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THI EVENING WOULD, FRIDAY, JANTTAEY 24, 1918.
WIFE STILL WED
TO ANOTHER MAN,
Wealthy Drug Manufacturer
Thus Answers Suit for
a decree of divorce from Mra Pterry
tan year agn. that M h nine re
married anil thai M MM -eral 6hU
oen by hi present wife.
Complication In the Hiorrv iilt are
Ml 1 to runlHlnoil In fBTtOlM '-om
mftaelona leaue'1 to pereona atironii nn.i
which are under ei In the I'ounty
APPRAISALS OF ESTATES.
Jama W. Merry, millionaire nim
bar of the drug firm of Wearer A
tarry, wheee beautiful wtfe. Mra.
RllawiMlh Stiver. Starry, daue-htir of
the 1st rn. ntivr, la anin for a
aettaratlnn. "nil In papara adder! to
hi ault to-day that Mra. marry had
no licKt lo brlna aurh aotton aralnet
him berauee, ha aald, aba waa tha
wtfa of ammti J. Kannle, a wealthy
Chicago marchant, whan aha married
hrm. Tha trial of tha eaae waa marki-d
by Juatlrr N era burger for Monday'
An Indication of tba Intareit tha -tloa
haa occaalnned m aoclaty circle In
whVh tha yoong couple rc wldrly
known and alan In Kuropean rapltale.
here NSSf apcut much uf their ma"
rlad life, waa revealed whan It waa
atatad by Mr Hterry'a lawyar fhat a
London narwapapar had arm a apactal
rorraapondant lo raport tha trial for hi
fltcrry- brother, varal yeara ago.
hocked Saw Tork bv entering tha
Aire of hla father, an aged former
Oanaral In tha United Mate Army,
huotlng hiwn the okl man and fo!
lnwtng the Inaana art by en. Una hla
iiwn IWa a fiw momenta later.
FORMER HUSBAND TO TESTIFY
HE GOT DIVORCE.
Mra. Mterry'a complaint charged liar
huaband with haetlual drunkanneaa.
.allure to provider Tor har properly and
with otfandooitirnt Hhe further elated
rhat ahe lived In ronatant fear of her life
baeauee the ,,. r.lle. Hon of the tragic act
of her hueband'a brother eever left har
terry replied indlgnantlr to hla wlfe'a
'iiargaa. rharacterlalng them aa ti n -founded
and .1. i.iruiK that he had al
ly a ya maintained her In elaborate hn'r.a
and at great expenae. It waa orly
recently, he aald. that ha learned enougn
rf Iter life lirfore he married her to
warrant aflmavlie betiig marie that aba
waa etUI Mre. Itennle.
Rannle haa promlaad Mra. Bterry'e
lawyera. May aV Jarobeon, ta coma to
.Saw York and taatlfy that ha obtained
lleamtr nte mmptrvller'e Neporla
ta Taa Office.
Iepiity ftate Comptroller Wallace .
Iraer tranamltted tha following P
pralaal of aetata. under tha Inheri
tance tax law, to-day, to the Tranafer
Ta Office of the Hurmgate'e Court:
Ellen R Wooater ej Hep Itivrr,
Conn., died Nov. , Itio, DarMfMl estate
SSI.1W. net ranie V m
Honor O'Malley. ritrhinira, Maa ,
dlad Nov. . Vt0. entire peraonal a-
tata. IJ.W net value. II, M
I'lar Kttekar, dir.i t;i ".. mil. ti
ratal e. HMI; nt aetata, t' .'
.lane A. HhIIIvvi or Jcreej r.tv N .1
died April I. IJ11; entire pereoral
tate not llalnarri.
I,m.el I'alnc 'Ir.aw.irld af betl it
Maaa. ft June II, l"ll entlte pr'. II
t-Yank lllwarda of Newton, Ma- .
lied Aprl; , nil; mtlre par'inal
tale. HB,Ma; net rajue, Bfi.M
Allmrt Initer, tied Marrti . I'n.i
I-. il natate. afiahJf mtereet In lege,
hold nf No at Klrat elreet, ownwl n
the Amur Ke .ite, Ti'l. net valiia afti r
. u I , U II
Mary IteUiy. Mad Keb 1, lfwa;
langlliie Maefiia tocVitaw by the apiiraltv-.
Hi l.l . ' Hail... i. died April .'. 190, total
aetata, dapoelt In bank. I W. net eatai. .
after dedurtnna for delita and tfjfjejllai
of admlnlatratlnn, lull
Juathia I'roban. .Med Per. 7. 1 901, total
leaute. I1T.M: net value. M ,n
i llllaa M. (Iraen. died Nov. 1 1M. ag
I tanKtbl aaeeli located
fefs The Smoothest Tobaccd
ThlrtK-fourthdr StrMt Wgt
Will Place on Sal Saturday
754 Women'. Misses' and Girls' Coats
Very Much Below Regular Prices
2S0 Women's Coats
Variouft modVIn and mutrriftl
$12.50 16.50 19.50
Actual Value. 26.60 to 42.60
150 Women's Coats
Fincat qunlity Enftlidh Coating
$22.50 26.50 29.50
Actual Values 36.00 to 68.00
189 Misses' Coats (14 to 18 yeara)
Lurfff variety of ityle and fabrics
$12.50 16.50 19.50
Actual Values 26.60 to 42.60
165 Girls' Coats (6 to 16 yean)
Wool mixture Chinchilla, Cheviot,
Meltons, Corduroy, Velvet
$6.50 8.50 10.50
Actual Values 13.60 to 26.60
22 to 26 John Forsythe 34th St.
Of Hackett, Carhart & Co., Inc., Retail
Every garment in the four Hackett
Carhart Store must g o.
Preaent price prove that thi it im
perative. The counters mutt be cleared im
mediately. Thit meant that 1 5,000 finr ovcrcoatt
and tuitt will find wcarert within the
next week or ta
All are of the kind that moat appeal
to well dressed men men who know
food style and appreciate fine tailoring.
For each one of these garments it
to $22.50 Suita
to $28 Suits
to $32.50 Suits
to $40 Suits
to $45 Suits
made up in fine quality fabrict, in thadet
and patternt of the latett mode. The
tailoring reflect! the Hackett-Carhart
reputation for tupremacy in fine clothe,
now more than half a century old.
At every price the assortments are
complete. Fach embrace garmenti for
every ter vice -for Business, Dress, Col
lege, School, Motor, Travel and Storm
wear. In tizet for men, young men and
The future scarcely holds as great a
clothes opportunity as thit one today.
It't yours to grasp-now.
$15 to $22.50 Overcoats
$20 to $28 Cvercoats
$32.50 to $42.50 Cvercoats
$45 & $50 Overcoats
Are now '.
$50. $60 & $65 Overcoats
3,000 Overcoats that are regularly $22.50, $25,
$28, $30, $32.50, $35 & $37.50 are now
f I a II .2$ Laundry .proof. Service.
guaranteed Shirt 65c
$1.50 a 12 Hackett-Carhart Mamoui
$2 a $2.S0 Shirt. Hackett-Carhart
$2.50 ta $4 Hackrit-Carliart Cut-
tom-tailored Shirt and other
farnoui make $1.85
$4 a $4.50 Silk and Linen Human
Cord Shirt .... $2.35
$5 Luiuriou Silk Shirt of eiclu-
(ive deiign $3.15
$6 a $6.50 bright, luttrou Silk
Shirt. Custom silk alitrticuja,
Children's Suit &
(At 841 Broadway,
Harlem Stores Only.)
$6 a $6.50 Children's Suits and Over
coats. All models (or tiles .". t to
17 yeara $4
$7 a $7.50 Children Suits and Ovrr
coats. All models for sixes 21
to 18 years SS
$12.50. $15 a $16.50 Children'.
Overcoats. All models, in sizes
7, to 18 yean $7.50
Imported Valour Hata
J8 Imported Velour Hats $5.25
5 Imported Velour Hats $2.75
Silk and Opera Hata
$6 & $7 Silk Hats $4
$6 a $7 Opera Hats $4
$5 Imported Stiff Hat . . $2.65
$)Famou Advertited Still Hats. $1 .65
Panamas & Bangkoka
Entire slock of Panamas and Bang
kok. $5 to $10 values $2.75
$5.50 to $5 Pf C ap $1.65
Near Chambers St.
at l)th St.
Near Urn. Square
119 West U St.
154 East 125th .St
Near 3d Avenue
$. Altman $c (Ha.
for Sale To-morrow (Saturday):
10,000 Yards of
Fsiimcy Cotton Dress Materials
(arranged in Dress Lengths)
AT THE EXCEPTIONALLY LOW PRICES OF
I2C, 24C. 35C. up to 65C. per yard.
Atso Scvcra! Thousand Yards of Plain and
Fancy White Fabrics, in Waist and Dress
Length, at consideralvily below usual prices.
In the MEN'S FURNISHING DEPT.
Men's W 5 inter Overcoats
will be placed on Sale To-morrow at $17.50
Actual values $30.00 to 40.00
Th Mon'r Furnishing Department is easily accessible
from thf Muin Entrance to the store.
i. Altman Sc Ola.
direct special attention to their department
devoted exclusively to
Women's, Masses' and Children's
RfidlSinig Habits amid Accessories
READY FOR IMMEDIATE WEAR
Riding Eiabits made to order, after English
designs, at short notice. A special feature is
an Improved :iffety Skirt, for hunting and
park riding. This skirt is exclusive to
B Altman ft Co.
TO-MORROW (SATURDAY) WILL BE HELD
A Sale of Mosses Lingerie Dresses
SUITABLE FOR GRADUATIONS
These dresses, which are hand-ennbrold-
H ered and lace-trimmed, wiH be offered at
A SPECIALTY IS MADE OF GRADUATION
AND CONFIRMATION DRESSES
Advance Spring StyEes In
Masses' Qarmemits are now
f Jifll) Anrtutr, 3411 uuH 35tlj toitls. Knti Hurt.
f ranhltn Simon & Co-
Fifth Avenue, J7th and 38th Streets
Final Reductions Saturday
Boys' All-Wool Suits
Wjth rxtra pair of kalcfcerbockers;
Tn Scotch iwced and cheviot.
7 to 18 year. Heretofore $9 75
Small Boys Overcoats
Double-bregstcd, of nil- nol mixture,
navy, cheviot or cordvrty. wool lined.
3 lo 8 year. Heretofore $S.7S
LargP Boys' Overcoats
Belied hack, converiihlecollar model.
of all-wool (weeds.
10 to 18 year. Heretofore $12.50
Young Men's Clothing
Young Men's Suits
Custom tailored, of all-wool imported
a v serge, cheviot and tweed. a a a-fv
5.50 J2 to 40 chest. Heretofore $18.75 11. OV
Young Men's Suits
Hand tailored, of navy serge, cassi-
3 mm a mere or tweed. 32 to 40 chest. a r rf
.73 Heretofore $24.50 to $29.50 I O.UU
Young Men's Overcoats
Guard models, of brown or Oxford
7rn chinchilla, fleece cloths. a f
,0) 32 to 40 chest Heretofore $29.50 I 9.U
Misses' and Girls' Winter Coats
Girls' Chinchilla Coats
Full length, buttonto-nttk model, In
gray or navy, wool lined.
6 to 14 year. Heretofore $14.50
Girls' Chinchilla Coats
Full length models of highest grade
chinchilla, in navy or Oxford.
8 to 14 year. Heretofore $18.50
Girls' Russian Model Coats
Of navy, brown or Copenhagen blue
cheviot or ztbelines; silk lined
8 to 14 years. Heretcforc $29 50
Misses' Fur Collar Coats
Black broadcloth; Persian paw or
akunk opossum collar; quilled lining.
14 to 20 years. Heretofore $45.00
Misses' Chinchilla Coats
Seven-eighth or full length, in navy,
Oxford or black, (ilk lined.
14 to 20 year. Heretofore $29.80
Misses' Seal Velour Coats
Dressy draped model, of seal velour
plush; white brocade silk lining. a fn
14 to 20 years. Heretofore $39.50 aVT.iJU
Final Reductions Saturday
Junior Corduroy Suits Misses' Tailored Suits Misses' Evening Gowns
Tailored Suits of navy or black Hng
llth Corduroy, Coat silk lined;
latest model skirt.
12 to 16 yeara.
Dressy Tailored Suit; silk lined, Of Chiffon over charmeuae. alao i
wool Interlined, of broidered net, crystal and
imported wool fabrics. flower trimming.
14 to 20 years. 14 to 20 years.
FIRST SHOWING SATURDAY
Misses' New Spring Models
Of Needle Cloth, English Serge, Eponge, black and
white stripes and check. 14 to 20 year.
Of English Serge or Eponge, in navy, black and white,
alto Shepherd checks and atripea. 14 lo 20 years.
Mk Afternoon Dresses
Of Canton Crepe, Crepe de Chine, Brocade Channeuse
.. .! f ....... Mal.nr II ,n in ...a.
Linen and Cotton Dresses
OT Vaahable Eponge, Ratine, Crepe, Voile, Etemlne
or French Linen and Novelty fabrics. 14 to 20 yeara.
I BaateBBBaaflEail Hi
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Sixth Avenue, 20th to 22d Street
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from $15 you can pay upwards to $200, if you choose. There is a
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Style IV. $15.00
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brings you a $1.5 Yk tor-Victrola and $10
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Payments, 50c per week for fifty weeks.
brings you a 185 Victor-Victrola And $15
in Viet or Keeords of your own selection.
Payments BOo jhm- week for 50 weeks.
Style VI. $25.00
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