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THE EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY
JANUARY 24, 1918.
LOSES BIG ESTATE
SHE "SAVED" FROM
Mrs. Von Koenitz's Transfer
of Property to Her Sisters
The ll.niio.onl and more la rl eetat
in.l Ihe more than SMO.MO In stork and
on - that Mrs. 1outM E. Ton Koenlts
turned over to h r sisters, tho Misses
Mm M and Carolina Kaon, In WO,
10 keep tlir ratal from falling Into
the hends of har rsparlous younf hue
hand. "Baron" von Koenlts, ere to
remain the proirty of Mri von Koan
Its's aiatara. This In aplta of tha faot
that Mrs. von Klantta obtalnad an an
nulment of taar marrtacr in tha Supreme
'"oiirt of Queen t'ountr on May X,
111. so that Mr, von Koenlta'a oriainal
motive fir placing- bar fortune In other
hand than bar no longer exist.
Such 4a eXiprem Court Juatlr
Osrard'a disposition of the property of
the elderly maiden lady who alliratad t lis
romantic wiles of Ihe youthful es-ron-vlct
to entire her Into the matrimonial
fold. The deolalott aettle a anlt whlli
M m nia Mwen hrnuerht for an SO
.ounlln uf tha property and for l'i-li-.r-lal
settlement of the exaot atatus of
rthe deeda which ninde over the fortune
'to hereeJf and her atster. Mix Carnlln.
Mia Ewen ii represented by Ar
thur C. Train and neorce II. Olney,
attorney In hi opJnlon to-day Jae.
tlce Gerard (tigresses from the Immedl
nta consideration to Hki merit of tha
rase ltestf to comment upoi tha aotlvl
Has of tha attorney.
'Thar ta on aspact of the caae which
mutt not pass unnotload," tha Court
writ. "On Sapi. X, 112, tha attorney
for Louise (Mr, von Kaonlta waa rep-
aiiniirf Sr Iav Rnhart T Ifahon)
rota mo a inter. Incloalnf a copy of
charei mad to tha Bar asportation by I
htm ajralnat Train and Olney, retrutaMe I
attornoy of this city, In connection with I
tiielr professional i-onriuot In this oass
at bar. The hsrae. I am Informed,
bad bean dtamtaaad at the time they
were sent to me and appear to ma to
b absolutely without foundaton. A
mere Inspection of th esslarnment af
judge and of th calendar would have
convinced any ona that thla action was
I'f.te likely to be called tiafora ma for
trial. And although th fact that I had
aaassd on son question affecting tba
conduct of ecane othsr attorney waa
made ihe eacuee for ssndlitcc ihe pam
phlet to me. it was quite possibly sent
for the purpose of prejudicing ma, and
t therefore call tha matter to tha attsn
t'on of th Bar Association."
MARRIAGE TO ALLIQIO BARON
The wooing aad winning of tha aldarly
Ml a i,oui Swan af ex teas! ve astatas
the young ea-ooavtot. Von Koaalta,
who peassd himsslf off as a baron.
rooted a furore in 10 when th public
lo t wind of It.
Hardly had tha ctorgrynian eoanptd
the ceremony before von Koenlti man
ated to spirit hla bride away from her
fajstln elate r. and then began a aarle
.f iiitlmldtlona by wttloh he ultimate
ly acquired 145.008 of tier money. The
slater mad every effort to reeous th
unfortunate woman from the olutohe
of the adventurer, and finally, In Ma
effort to elude them, he took Mm. von
KoenlU to Florida la ItIO. By this
time Mrs von Koaatta had become
heartily atok of her grasping young
j turban d and determined to outwit
Ha began to urge her to Journey to
New Tor, accompanied by a Mrs
Brown, an aeoompnoe of his. and there
draw all her bonds and stocks amount
ing te more than half a million dollars -from
the aaf depoelt vault In th Firth
Avenue Bank. She agreed to do thl.
waft before leaving ehe wrote a letter.
giving Messrs ntnry and Tialn p .
of attorney over r.Ii property, so tf.ii,
when she ap;-arrl at the. bank, (ha j
officials there would refuae to five It at j
Shortly theTenfte' Mr, von Kgwhltl i
deeded nil her reul and asfaofsal prop
erty to her el.tera, sin! they. In ttitn
created a trust fund Of 11 Tha Income j
of this fund ana to ro to Mrs. on I
Koenlta. with pTOVlawtn thai after her
death th trust tM to end, and the
property be spporttnned siii'ins; the
Mlaaea aTWW ami STM fffalM DMsal mi r
John Keen, her deceaaed brother.
JUDGE GERARD HOLDS DEEDS
Mr, von Koenlts -w as nwnrdd :ui nii
n illment of ner manias In Mv, Iwtl
f4oon after that Mlaa Kllra Dwwg I ?,-men-ed
the present "lt for n ariiint
lug and a Judicial Inlet pretnt ,m uf the
deeds of conveyance of the property and
a. .J " .. as I In a dlvor-e petition filed to-day
2, i V . -"' the court of Chancery at Jsrssy City,
sued to have the tired of con evim I , " . ?
set s.lde. on the ground that tl ere I ' "",' a?!"? ,n ",,n '
waa an understanding that ahnul.i her I ewtlfejjr plearcd hy her l.urband s as-
msrrlsge be set said In any wny the
BIGGER FEES FOR O'CONNELL
SAYS JEALOUS HUBBY
CUT UP HER CLOTHES
TO KEEP HER AT HOME
He Also Broke the Furniture
So She Couldn't Entertain
( a nnpany, Wife Alleges.
fcaleer tdtleed n4 to Tern Over
Tbla I'orl to Vi . Health Oltlirri.
AtAANTi Jan. J4 -After rtcelvlng
tsaa rknosi frotn Dr. .1. ft fTCatinsll,
Health Kltl M of the Pari of .ew N 111 ',,
that lite feett of hla sdlOl ronld tie
raiaed so to uuike it eatf-suitatnlng,
Ihe Itatgai InvewtisWIIial t'ommlttos haa
decided not io rauumnssnri thai t -
office be t'irned ovei to the Ke.teial
Movermnenl, I)r. O'Connell sdvucatMl
The lommlanlon r'commended to t't
Ooyernor laal night thai the feea of the
Health officer be Increnaed luffclently
to make It tinneresnary for Iht Stats,
to spproprlste a large sum or money
each year to support the ishai tint-nt.
LOTS OF BEAUTIFUL GLOSSY HAIR.
NO DANDRUFF 25 CENT "DANOEBINE"
Hair coming (Mil P If lry. Inittlt. thin or ytmr sculp ItehcR
Md i full f In ti I ff I 'se "Dandcrine,"
deeds were to be nullified. Iloth eulta
were tried at the aame tlms.
Juatlee Oersrd holds that there ana
nothing In either the conveying deeda
or In Ihe truala atlpulatlng that they
were to be dlsaolved In tha event of the
dissolution of Mra. von Koenlts's mar
riage, and therefore no oral agreement
rsn he resd Into them.
The deeds of ennvsysncs to the
Mlaaea I. wen and the trtiat agreements
muet stand, he decrees.
LEGAL AID FACES DEFICIT
President Arthur vnn Brlesen In
formed the directors of ths lgsl Aid
Society, which helps the poor In court
esses, yesterday, that they are facing a
deff.lt of IW.nflO for Ihe year In their
budget fur ete.aio for expenses. Treasur
er Ius Wlndmullrr waa Instructed to
try to get subscription for th mony
from benevolent aourcea.
Plsteen patrona who bound themelve
to contribute 1100 a year have not paid
for two or three esrs, forty-two .-.it-ly
members fslled In their I Ml last
year end eighteen rncmhere tiled In Itlt,
Tlie society hss msny rases from Itsll
sns snd needs in Interpreter for them.
One of the Italian aocletlea will ba
Vol In f.irnlsh a man ss Its contri
bution to the wors.
sertlon aha was "loo pretty lo be al
lowed out," tiscauss hers la a hat shs
aje he did to keep hsr In ths houas:
tit up all her co.-svt stilngs.
Cut up her shoe strings so thsy
couldn't be made to go the duty of
Cut up her best drsssea so she
couldn't make herself overly attrac
tlvs. Cut up hsr old dreaeeo ao l
couldn't eaolts a' -mpa thy by wearing
And then broke up the furniture,
so she would be ashamed te receive
irlenda at home.
Mra Fryer, who la the mother af six
rhi.'Jrcn, thlhke all of thla entitles hsr
to a dlvorca In her petition she al
lege, some pieces of furniture that were
not broken up were given to ths butcher
snd haker and grocer "In trade.'' al
though her buSbund. h aaya, has prop
erty valued at IfAOno and make be
tween t:,.0uo ami tio.ooo a year.
leant Novomlx-r, Mrs. Fryer, abandon
ing a plM to make use of a Intnl. bor
rowed tt:u clothing from Ihe grocer's
wife sml went before Juatlee Butler in
ths First Criminal Court 'of Jsrssy and
proleited ag.ilnst ths cutting up of her
hushund. He whs ordered to pay her
110 a week for the support of the children.
e light Work for Wesea.
AIaBANY, Jsn. H, TIM rectory In
vestigating Commission has prepared
a number of factory reform hills which
will be Introduced In the legislature
to day One of them prohibits the
employment of women dmlng the night
lime. Another compels fsctory owners
to supply stools for women operative
working at machinery or bennhes.
Witliiu ten mtntilei. after an applica
tion of llnmlerine tun iwBMl ''n. I s
rm Irnce of Dsndf-tiff or a tonne or
falling hair ami your srglp will mil Itch.
I ml what a ill plcn-e mi iiio-t will he
after a few week"' ii"". when yon wi'l
actually ee new hair, fine anil ilowriv
at first yes- liul Naif new half
growing all over the aialii
A Htti. Danilerine will IsBlcdlgteJv
double Ihe henulv of your liuir. No
ilifferenre how full, failed. Iiritlle sml
scraggy, ju-t nioiiten a cloth with
Danilerine snd carefully draw it through
sour hsir, tnking one small -Irand at
a lime. The effect i amti zing your 1
hltf will he I kIiI, fluffy anil wsvy, and
have an appearance of abundance; nn ;
incomparable lualre, aoflneaa anil liitur- i
laBCa, the beauty and shimmer of true
Oct a .' crnl rioitle of k'nnallon'aj
DafMMriM from any drug "lore or toilet i
coiinler, and pnn e In ymtraelf 1 o -nigh t
now -that your hsir is as pretty sad
aofl sa any thst it ha been orglectril
ir injured by carries treatment -that I
nil you surely can havr beautiful hsir
Md lot nf it if you will juat try a little
5.00 Coat Sweater Free!
play in the
snow if their
Children and grown folks who escape sickneee, do
so because their bodies are equipped to meet all of
the dangerous exposures of life.
It is the body that is run down in one respect or
another which is susceptible to dangers of cold,
draughts, wet feet and germs.
The first aid to a strong, healthy body b good food,
properly prepared for complete digestion.
H-0 Oatmeal is always that, after you have cooked ft
twenty minutes only, because we cook it over two hours at
the mill. You have to cook other oatmeals over 2 hours
on your own stove to make them digestible.
H-O is a rich, nourishing food, furnishing the needs of the
body in almost perfect balance. It should be on every break
fast table every morning.
Have ft on yours tomorrow. A package makes 36 dishes.
the only etm-cookexl
I Tho HO Comoany. Buffalo. NY.
Mkr of rrO.Forcw.strgr Presto,
Men, Here's the Opportunity
a Giant Sale of
for Winter and Summer
More than 1800 Undershirts and Drawers
On account of retlrlnr from the Oenti Pumlshlnj j
business in my Boston store, I was compelled to take
twenty dozen sweaters which were ordered earlier in
is) season, I am sfnding these to my New York
iters, and to each customer ordering; suit or overcoat
we will include a sweater with the purchase.
SPECIAL! 1(voa-fin e Blue SerK- c"-
i not be bought in this r.ity for le?s
than $25. 1 am taking orders. Suit to ha
order , 1U
A thousand styles of Worsteds, Cheviots and fine
Tweed suitings, to order, In all the popular shades.
Tliese goods would sell regularly for $20
and up- My price, including 5 Coat tin
Sweater free .... , ,t, w lf
Genuine Johnson's Kerseys, one of ihe best brack ker
seys In the market, made up any style overcoat, with
or without velvet collar, including S Coat $1 ft
Sweater free. Overcoats to order "
! have 125 pieces of Wanskuk black and blue clay di
agonals. The- goods are as staple as wheat, and
have been sold by me at a price if $iS since I have
been in business ; but I have a great quantity at this
season, which I am nutting in at a price $ C
of, including 15 Sweater free, ts ostler.
Mirh.a.11 THE TAILOR II 1431 Broadway
I V I I IV I I W I I FROM ROSTfiN rflrnr iftf k Srwf
a swavavaa av vw ea waw
Corner 40th Street
OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL 9 O'CLOCK SATURDAYS 10 O'CLOCK
Regularly Sold at $1.00 to $2.00
AN immense floor stock of the largrst underwear
house in the world. Ro!:it Rc:s & Co., of
New York, purchased at almost cost
price because of, and just previous to, their recent
Removal to new buildings.
A great opportunity wc could not pus by sjk) of
which you should not fail to take advantage.
Included are Balbriggans, Lisle. Natural Wo j!s, Merinos
and favorite Summer Weights.
All sizes will be on hand, but not in every style, al
though so varied and complete is the aMortmsnt that
every visitor will find, in his size, more than sufficient
to interest him.
JM usxa sajsi SOMimMmxtr1 since w
MOAIY AT WAMtTJ
rtRTON ST.MT PLATSsll
I SI ISxW T0S1K -8 . AV., BE T. 27 T" v re'-S IS
si aai ten n n , ., . . . . . ...
"-jmiisuiraj at oturunu AV
Formerly $20, $18.20
Formerly $30, 527.50,
525 and $22.50
"The American Woman Has the Most
Beautiful Figure in the World"
"She is not only superior in height and proportion," Mr Alonzo
Kimball, the artist goes on to say, "but her carriage is most grace
ful." Correctly proportioned corsets have had more to do with tin1 de
velopment of this free and natural carriage of the American yirl
than any other one thing.
And when we say corsets, it is inevitable that we should think of
L. R.s the Best American Corsets
Best, because in addition to being well-proportioned they are
comfortable, and a comfortable corset brings about the "nymph
like" absence of self-conciousness which Sirs. Mussleman Carr
admires in the American woman.
The L. R. people have a representative in Paris the year round who
keeps them informed of fashion changes from week to week so
that the L. K. corsets are always to be had in new models.
Over forty different styles among which we might mention:
$5 L. R. which is considered far and away the best corset made
Excellent quality coutil medium bust, long hips.
$3,50 dancing COrtet lias no bones over the liips and is made of
litfht weight batiste. Gives perfect freedom.
$3 L. R. for short large women. Low under the arms and not too
long over the hips.
$1.50 housework corsd double-boned throughout and built to
stand hard wear.
BROADWAY AT NINTH STRKICT
Th.-.l floor. Old Building.
R . H. Mary ACo.'a Attractions Are Their Law Price, i
Boad ay ,31th to J i'h S
Domestic and Orient at Rug;
Va to lfa Ritductd m
l Hi sale prices mentioned fylow in soma cases iHfOH
as muck as one-half off Macy's regular prices,
which Wert already " Ijotcest-in-lhe-iJiv."
Tapestry Brussels Rugs
fVftfi r'.v Sssrial
Sie prki trail Nsw
Royal Wilton Rugs-
Mji v I Stscial
Size Iwkt RwJ Nsw
lit. 11 14 fn, $4,24 $3.09
Min.x6Jiii. i"J4 r S4.74
tftXUft. 1J0.M $29.75
The Royal Wilton Rugs are woven of wool or
hiah quality, and have a dense close nap that is not
only extremely durable and sightlv, but resists the en
trance and lodgment of dirt.
Designs are Oriental, both medallion and pendant ef
fects, and "all-over" Persian designs, in soft shades of tan.
olive, ecru and red. Choice of 10 to 15 patterns in
The Tapestry Brussels Rugs have a "loop"
surface which resists wear and is easy to keep clean.
The yarn is all wool, and the colors, "which are vivid,
yet pleasing to the eye, are mainly soft tones of red.
tan, ecru and green, in Oriental designs, with medal
lion pattern, and in modern floral effects. Choice of
and 4 patterns to each size.
The Velvet Rugs have a soft pile surface, closelv
woven and durable, and are patterned in fine Oriental
designs. Choice of five and six patterns in each size.
The Body Brussels Rugs are woven, like the
Tapestry Brussels, with a loop surface that is durable
and resistsdust and dirt. They are made of a very high
grade worsted yarn, woven in a method that" abso
lutely prevents raveling. The patterns are Oriental,
in typical Oriental colorings. Choice of 10 patterns.
Sias ptiuua Now
oft.xlift. $17.48 $11.89
11 ft. 3 in. x 12 ft. 918.24 1 3.74
f Body Brussels Rugs'
A lacy I Special
Sii prttt teas New
aft. x lift. $21.48
of the Choicest Weaves
Fine Mahal Carpets)
mocv i aatcial
price tt'J? New
iT7t.iin.x8ft.fiin. SIVKOO $88.00
lift. lOin.x.lft. Tin. $m.)0 $98.00
12ft. xsft.y in. tl 26M $102.00
Uft.l in. 8ft.lCin. ..-.' $104.00
iaft.7in.x9ft. W iiM $108.00
iaft.9inJt9ft.Sin. ttiiM $108.00
iaft.xift.4in. .', ikj $104 oo
lSft6inJt9ft.a In. $lfl.Ck $128.00
14ft. Bin. xia ft. tJ79.oo .212 oo
lSft.bin.lott.llin..'.V6VW $188 "0
21 ft. x 14 f i . sws.oo $368.00
22ft.9in.Xl2ft.4in.i.ft;9 $352 00
1 1 ft . 5 hi. x o ft . ttoiJOO $221.00
llff.6in.x8ft.4in. I2S6.00 $209.00
11 ft.H m. xi ft J In. . M2.00 S2S2.00
12ft. xoft. $226M $186.00
12ft. x9ft. 7 m. S126M $232.00
t2ft. Sin. xoft. Uin. $iu.) $256.00
Uftein.x9ftJin. $HIM $264.00
12 ft It) in. x 10 ft . $ '"..') $2 72.00
Uftx9ft. $29600 $236.00
Ufttin.xtoft.lin. $)79M $416.00
UftlO InjtOftSin. 126M $228.00
Macy's resident representative in Constantinople person
ally selected these Rugs. As he liv es there all the year 'round he
naturally can secure the pick of the market -the choicest speci
mens, the r.trest antiques, the most typical examples in fact.
Rugs of a quality that are not offered to the representatives of
other stores who only visit Constantinople for a week or so once
A Warning Note! In no phase of merchandising
are fraud, trickery and insincerity so difficult of detec
tion - so prevalent n New York as in the selling of
Cwrd aeaintt ;'ect'r. Buy where you are confident
of the ' square deal.1T
A remarkble Collection (in the smaller
sizes) of Rarities and Antiques, in almost an
infinity of proportions, designs and colorings.
"Averafre" si7es are given below. By "average" we
mean the " Square -f the surface." There are various
proportions, square and oblong.
Mossoul & Kurdistan Cabistans, Daghestansl
unu Kjuenaies t
Maty. trioM Ssit.a
A.rrs;n Mae;' pre.
sis. wi new
r.xa.lO SIv.04CtS14.74 $14.89
60x3.10 $74.74 &.29J4 $19.89
'is w:rs t.
(.X3.6 $24.74 & V9.74 $17.7:
Sr SIS '', i
Antique Kurdistan. rRich Kirmanshal W
Mai l , pricil Base
A.rri Mai l 's prittl Special
iisi VMtt mm
;.(,.x4.6 $29.7Htti.7i $24.74
.i te$rt r.i-v
6x4 iH.30 4iS$,30 Cli.a:
' .f.4.3 $. 00 A- $7 .) f,59 .50
-Rare Antique Hall Runners-
.A..... A. t
maty j price
Lsrlh Breadth were Scarisl Now
ft. to 17 ft. o in. A ft. to 3 ft. 10 in. JJ5.75oJ59.50 $24.74 to $44.50
HERALD SQUARE uswtwsMt NEW YORK