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'MRS. A' & 'MRS. K'
NAMED BY THE WIFE
OF BANKER BISHOP
Women Other Than Mrs.
Gwathmey Mentioned in
Divorce Suit Papers.
SAYS SHE WAS CHOKED.
Maid Swears to Hotel Astor
Episode in Which Tall
'A mfttertoaa "Mn A.." described as
an Undtohwooian of irnt social prom
inence Id New York. Newport and Ion
eon, and a "Mr W.," alto known aa
"Mra. HL," are mentioned by Mrs. Abi
gail Hanoocfc Blahop aa cauiei, add!
tloaal to lira. Leila Oalnaa Owathmey,
whleh broke p the home of the mill
ionaire tanker. Jamee Cunnlwtham
Bishop, who la being aued for divorce.
The banker'! association wltb tht M
lnltlatlad woman aa well aa violent i i
taaka en herself are deaorlbad In a
Treat etack of affldavlu now In the
heads of Supreme Court Justice Hen
drtefc Thar war died by Mra. Blahop
abroach bar counsel, Loula 8. Poanar,
la eupport of bar motion for approal
aaataly 0,000 a year alimony and the
a aa tody of her Jive daughter.
la thaee affidavit Mra. Blahop telle
at the "polite" method adopted by her
husband of beetoarltig financial aid on
"Mra. A." by the secret purchase of her
paintings on exhibition at a Fifth ave
nue art gallery. Borne hint of the Iden
tity of 'fire. W." la given In a letter
written by Vary Bishop, the eldest
daughter, In which alie refera to "Papa
having apent a night at Mra. Wlllla'a
borne In Long Branch."
TORY OF EPISODE AT THE
A atory of .Mr. Bishop's stay at the
Hotel Aator laat December with a "tall
bionde" who came and left the apart
ment Heavily veiled, , and how Mrs.
Blahop played deteeilv to trail her
huaband and Mrs. Owathmey, add ln
The affldavlta were sworn to by Mrs.
Blahop and her witnesses In refutation
of her huahand'j cliarge that she Is
habitually addicted to drink and drugs,
and also to support her allegation that
her action for divorce Is based upon facts
Which came to her attention In a posi
tive way only quite recently.
Mra. Ulshitp tells of an occasion wli in
her husband seised her by the nock and
tried to ahoke tier while the Blshopa
ivero living In the summer of lH at
Irvlngton-on-the-lludson In the AVorth
iagton House with iov. Merrlam of
Minnesota and his wife, who Is Mrs.
Bishop's suiter, as their guests.
Mrs. Hitop then recites how she at
tempted to leave her home one night
hy stealth, but was frustrate.! and
forcibly dragged Into her room by her
liueband and a Dr. tafia. She alleges .the
wss kept a virtual lulrwner six wk
as tile result of the efforts of her h'n-
and to provent a disclosure of his re
lations with "Mrs. A." Hhe saya th.it
many hypodermics wore administered to
her that night, and tnat as a result Dr.
Flaroa Bailey and Dr Charlee L. Dam
were called In by Mr. Blahop on the
theory that she was eufl'ertng from hal
eucdnsLtlona In charging her husband with
intimacy with "Mrs. A."
Mra. Blahop sailed for Alexandria In
Jaauary. 19011, an. I returned In April.
(Ihe Immediately en-rigcd detectives to
watch her husband after receiving a
latter Informing her that Blahop was
frequently In ths company of a blond
woman known as ".Mrs. w." and a
"Mrs. K ," whose full name Is well
known to the defendant and whom he
visited at Wast Bnd. ' J. and at a
residence on West Seventy-ninth street.
Where she was known aa "Mra. K."
'When aha remonstrated again, he an
seaid that she was suffering from an
other hallucination. After a month's
separation, she says, hor husband came
CO her home and "on hi knees begged
ma to forgive htm, and actually wept,
swearing that he loved me devotedly
sad admitted that while he had been
In the company of this u-oman he had
committed no wrong with her."
FORGAVE, BUT FRESH QUARREL
Mrs. Bishop again forgave her husband
hut a fresh quarrel broke when she told
ths banker that she hsd discovered that
a suit wae about to be begun by "Mr.
W." for divorce.
Mrs. Hlshnp cited many Instance,
giving date and hours, when her hus
tiand met Mrs. Uwathtnty and went on
drives In Htaten Island. Into New Jer
sey and up the Hudson.
vt'iien he cuuld no longer oontaln
herself, she says, ahc asked her husband
to ronfess to her.
"You are an evil minded person and
I now propose to bring Mrs. O. home
so that you Hlirtll entertain her at din
ner." was his answer, she charges.
When Mrs. Bishop Insisted he rtiuld
not he forced to entertain the woman
she charges the banker flew Into a
i'.'eat rage and sa'd:
"This ends It. I sm going to leave
vou to-morrow morning and ynu and I
arc never going to live together again;
I refuse to have anything further to
do with you."
The following morning Mr. Bishop left
the house after directing his valet to
pack his clothing and send It to the
Hotel Belmont where he has resided
since the parting
One of Ihe element! In 'he divorce
action Is the affidavit made hy Anna
Save Your Goat, Cure Your Throat.
Had (.'lot I CeiSli Dsapi fir. rr bol -AJrt.
a new aerial Stcirr of l.nve and Trasedy
br Arthsr Train. of the beet-knewe
sseseat-dar writer ur tnriina sdteatare,
how runnms la the Maseslne aud Slur)
Mciloa ul the sundar World.
How to Live Nicely on
What Is the Ideal
Age to Marry?
On What Salary Is
"My Wife', Good Judg
ment and System En
able Us to Get Along
Happily and Comfort
ably on $15 a Week,"
Say "Louie M. R."
"It All Depends on the
Wife' Disposition," De
clares "Mr: 5. A. B."
BY NIXOLA GREELEY-SMITH.
i ao not neea. a pnnoaophlc reader of The Evening World offers j
this exclamation which he reports was made by Socrates In the '
9iyXQUf CSRECLEV SMITH
they did not know the diabolic art of window-dressing and counter dis
play which makes a shopping tour In New York with any, save the self
tilling purse of Fortunatua, a temptation, a torture and a snare.
FIFTEEN A WEEK ENOUGH IN
I really don't see what anybody wanted
with more than tlu a week In ancient
Athena. The men all dreaaed pretty
much alike and a blanket bathrobe at
K.M would have looked aa well as the
toga of the beautiful Alclblades himself.
Also, the elderly 8ocrats's wife, the
long-aufferlng Xantlppe, who hears an
undeserved reputation as a shrew, could
not have sighed very deeply over the
unattainable luxury of other men's
wives, for In those days even the
goddesses wore garments that you caa
buy to-day at any white salu for ninety
eight cents apiece.
Sa Mew York la lfia a young
woman cannot go la to any shop to
boy a pair of Bfty-nlns cent rub
bers wlthoat encountering and
overcoming or being overcome by
tbeTJragoc Loiurj. The temptation
to apend, spend, spend, calls to bar
from every counter, or else she
stands fa slag Into shop windows
where laces aad brocades amd furs
weave their spell of beanty, like
vs oatslds the gates of Varadlse
with the difference that there Is
ao aagal with a flaming sword to
bar admission to a Msw York shop.
Coming down In the elevator of a
Fifth avenue place yesterday morning
I heard one young wife Bay eagerly to
another: "Have you made up your mind
to buy those furs?" and the other
answered with a droop of lips and
sag of slreulders: "No, I have decided
to do without them. Ilut Isn't It ug-
Probsteder, a chambermaid In the Hotel
Astor during December, IMS The maid
swears she saw Mr. Mlshop come to
room No. 623 on the sixth floor on a
day shortly before Christmas.
"About ten minutes later a woman
came tn that floor by way of the eleve
tor and entered the same room." fays
tho maid. "Shortly Before H o'clock the
following morning I received a call.
When I knocked at the door a man's
voice cried Tome in.' 1 entered and
started for the bathroom through the
sitting room, but Mr. lllshop said I
should go to the bathroom through the
vedruom and 1 therefore entered tlie
bedroom and went to the bithroom. In
th. bathroom was the woman whom I
had -seen enter the suite the day before.
She had Just taken a both and WSS,
undressed. While I wns In the hath-
room she w'ent to the bedroom and re
turned wearing a dressing irnwn.
"Mr. Bishop and this woman left their
looms about lo.w o'clock. Tho woman
came out first, heavily veiled, end BO
ecended by the elevator nearest the
suite. Some minutes Ister Mr. lllshop
left the room and descended by a dif
ferent elevator. The woman had blond
hair, fair complexion, was of splendid
build and was slightly taUtf than Mr.
Mlsa Prohgteder says ehe knows tho
m.iu wns Mr. BlShOP hcauso she identl
Oed him In the building at No. V. I'lne
street, WlllOh Is the ufnr- of Itelmond
A Mrs. Willis Is mentioned tn Mrs.
liishop's affidavit as the ranso of a
quarrel between herself anil the finan
cier. The name appears in a letter
written by her eldest daughter Mary
following her discovery, she says, that
he (Hlah"o"p) "had bevn overnight in the
house where Mrs. Willis was living at
Long BfSnott," Mrs. Blahop lubmlti
the letter In support of her lalm that
her husband sought to Influence the
ehltdrsn to a neiut tint their mother
A dsOlslOD awarding alimony and a
dlsponltlou of lite Hie pllttdren is ex
pected this week from Judge Heudrkk.
PVy??,vP.AtS"..UBAJ,ACH AND OMIT
LaXaTI VE BBOIIO Uniuiss motes ike ososs.
Bf U (MOJ OU JBIOIU UUININK.
ea atgaatan at a W. aiOVa Ue. J
THE EVENING WORLD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1918.
Copyright. 11.1, by The Prese I'libllehlng Co. (The New fork World).
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Ml i v 'Al
THE migfr OP A OOH MAN SNOOU)
CtAlM with SOCSjATes, IN 6LAD To
LEeltN THE AKA SO MANY bonjrr UK
.THS WORLD I DO JOT NEED' 'J-S '
presence of tempting merchandise
for the motto of all young persons !
who consider marriago on m small I
Income. "Limit tho horizon of your I
wants and your Ideal will conform
to the real," he adds.
This Is of course excellent advice,
but I am by no means sure that :
Socrates would be able If he were
alive to-day to take n trip through
a New York department store or
even flatten his none against the
window of a Fifth avenue haber-1
dasher's shop without wanting to buy j
f 4 neckties or a dozen shirts at $5 j
a piece. Philosophy went a great !
deal further In ancient Athens than I
It goes In modern New York. And I
probably the merchants of those I
days did not have anything especial
ly luxurious to sell. Anyway, they
gravatlng to come here aud see things
that you can't afTurd, yet I can't keep
WOMEN CAN'T HELP WISHING
FOR PRETTY THINOS.
There aro thousands of wives of poor
nion to whom the temptailon of luxury
Is similarly poignant. The more thor
oughly feminine a woman I, the more
She feels the passion for '.othe, Whtofl
is really the passion for b-anly, and It
is stronger possibly In those women
who do not yield to It than to those
No young woman, however, Intelligent,
sane and sober-minded, can po.slbl
look at the merchandise of New York
and exelulm wlih " rn ' - "I am glad
to know there are so muny tilings in
the world 1 do not need." She need",
or at any rate wants, every single
pretty thing she sees.
The only way to be tSocr:u! aimul
olothes Is not to go near the simps. If
I were going lo Undertake the task of
living on l . a week I think I should
live In a suburb fur from the madden
ing shops, or I should make a vow
never to visit them, save twice a year
The beat way to appreciate the
real values of Ufa la to stay away
from ths srtlflolal ones. A woman
who has her owa little home, the
mas she loves and, perhaps, a
charming child or so, knows that
whether ehe haa (IS a week or
(1,500 shs Is the happleat of wom
en. ut she kaows It less la a
STew York shop than anywhere else.
A very Interesting letter from a hus
band of twenty-four follows the com
munication of the reader who recom
mends Socrates to those thinking of
marriage. I'oor old Socrates, who has
never been shopping in New York I
DEPENDS ON THE LIMIT OF
Dear Madam: Tho amount of sal
ary necessary to marry on depends
entirely upon the kind of wunts you
and your wife consider necessary to
gratify. There Is no end to wants,
ao everyone, even the multl-mllllon-alre.
must set a limit. There Is al
ways enough money If one will only
cut one'a coat according to one's
cloth. The really essential things
do not cost much. It Is a foolish
question to ask whither a couple
can live on J a week, when wo
consider that the avunije wage Is
only Hall a day. Millions not only
can but do live on less. No matter
what salary a man gets he could nl
was live on less If he nad to, so It
fs always pusslblo to save by living
on a little less than ynu earn. I was
left to my own resources when I
was sixteen, and I saved money on
to a week, and also Uu a week, and
I saved mora In proportion on t.
than on HO. yet I never larked any
tbllM thai was really essential, such
us pluln, wholesome food, clothing
und um laemeat and good books.
The whole secret is not to cultivate
a champagne appetite on a beer In
come. The man with a small salary
should Imitate 8ocrales, who viewed
the tempting displays of the mer
chants without envy, but with Inter
est, and taught us all a lesson by
aylOfl "I um glad to bain that
there are so many thing! In the
world that I do not t: -I " f.iuilt
the horizon of yo ,r wants and your
Ideals w 111 conform to Ihl real. If
you expect nil your wants lo be
gintllled you will be ko the bride
wiiose huaband remonstrated with
her on her extravagance by asking:
"lo you expect me to give you all
t'ne money you want?" and wlfey
candidly replied; "Oh, aul There
Only $15 a
and Raising a Family
,v A ,'l
isn't money enough In lag world for
that:'' j, a,
THEY LIVE NICELY ON A (15-A
Dear Madam: 1 um a married man,
twenty-four years of age; my wife
Is twenty-three. We knew SSjOh
other for four years before e were
engaged, and after a courtship of
eighteen mouths weio maflhsi and
are very happy. My wife manages
our hoiawhold very nicely on $16 a
week, which 1 think any woman can
do by applying good judgment und a
littlo system, When I got married I
was earning tla a wmU and had
money enough to fu ratal! a home.
If I had hud to wait until I would
earn a week, at "Mr. H. II."
states, I don't think I aoilld be mar
ried now. 1 was with my pievlous
concern for four years, anil all was
well between us until a year urtrr 1
was married. The Arm made things
very disagreeable for me, thinking
that 1 would have to stand for
everything Just bec.ni'v I w.n mar
ried; but It wasn't so. I left thorn
because I felt that I wirs married
to my wife, und not to any Job.
The little money I hud saved helped
me until 1 got my preBOfll ihjsIUoii.
This Is a commonplace occurrence,
which might happen to any one. and
If a mnn's wife Is SCOUStOmod lo re
ceiving 2 a week aha will not be
uble to get along on UJ I started
with my present concern on 1U a
week, and had a wife and child to
support on that salary, and things
were Just the same as when I was
earning HI a greek, Toe right kind
of wife tun muke a little money go
a good way by a little Judgment
and a good system. I am now irn
Ing $1.1 a week ami keep a live-room
AUNT DELIA TORREY,
ON LAST VISIT TO TAn,
SHATTERS PIE STORY
President's Palale Not Tickled
by Her Cookery and She
Wants Public to Know.
Mii.Mit'itr, ataea, Feb, .". 4UI
Delia c. Toney win arrive at Ihe
White House to-morrow for tier last
visit with her favorite nephew before
he retires from the Presidency. Hhe
will leave here late this nttrniain. go
ing to Washington by way of I'rov
Ldsnce, Miss Torrev was unable to
say to-dav how long she would be
away, tut it is iikeiv that she win re-
fnaln in Washington during the rest Of
President TaaVa SUnl has been prom
inent In the public eye for the past
four years because of her devotion to
the President. Of a modest disposition
tin puflill -Ity with whh-h her movements
have been followed has not been very
well liked, but she has put up with H
for I lie sake of "Will." us she calls
There was a touch of sadness In to
day's preparation! for the trip, but Mlai
i Torrey was philosophise!, "ii probably
would have bon my ust trip to the
capital whether he had been reelected
, or not.," ehe said, "an 1 it U only be
i cause I have been earnestly urged that
I have decided to go at this time."
I On the subject of making 'Uiple piss
for the President M.sj Torrey is a little
f BSBsl BBBBr
" I DON'T APIOUS O Vbuw& MASnito
PeOPLC VT riMQ UP DrVNWUti ISJ rnflx
CAPGi ALL NICiHT" -'Vv B'
" I wa
MY WIFE HO
flat nicely furnished, which any
working man on my salary would
be glad to have. I do not deserve
any credit for this, It la all due to
my wife. I vrlte this to show tliat
marriage is possible on SI .. a week,
and a couple may live very happily
on that sum, providing it Is managed
properly. Mlt'IS M. It
THEIR INCOME IS $25 WEEKLY
AND THEY ENJOY LIFE.
Dear Mudum: I find from ex
perience that it mailers little
whether the age of the "oman be
eighteen (lr thirty, Happiness .n
marriage depends entirely upon in t
disposition. "Seeing the world" Is
all "bosh " Main women who "see
the world" before marriage ma Kg
the worst of nvrrytlilng In Ufa. If
a man tlilnka anything at all of his
wife and Is not of a Jealous disposi
tion lie is delighted to take her to
the theatre or a dance or make a
few calls upon friends occasionally.
1 don t aprovu of young married
people Hitting up drinking In csfes
nil night, but a dinner once In a
while Is nil right. That has been
my sjode of living for the past
eighteen years, with two lovely
children and on $26 a week. Can
you beat It? MHH. . A. 11.
sensitive. "I did not like tliat men
tioned." she said, "as there Is abso
lutely no truth In Ihe matter, and it
annoys me to have anything said n
regsnl to It.
"Tho story. I have finally found out,
started with Horace) Tuft, and he haa
had an article put In the paper at
Waterhury (Oonn.) explaining the yarn.
It was only lately that he confessed to
being the one that started II. II. spoke
to a reporter and the next day a
flaming article was printed about it
thnt wa far from the truth. I do not
claim to make any bolter plea than any
one else, and the story la on.- that 1
Jersey for Income Tax.
TIUONTO.N, N J . Feb. C.-The New
Jersey Senate yesterday by a vote of ,
t ratified the amendment to the Consti
tution of the I'nlted States aUtbeHslnl
Congreee to Impose an In'.ome tax. The
House had previously ralinsd the
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BABY AND HUBBY
NEVER KISSED BY
THIS PRETTY WIFE
An Uncleanly and Deceitful
Practice She Was Taught
SUCH A BLOW TO JUDGE
His Honor Nearly Lulls, Hroin
Hench When Osculation
HAI.TIMom:, IVb. R. ' I've never
klssl hi (. In my Jfr, and 1 don't in
tend to start now."
Thi esaphalle dee la fallen by a ittua
wotiKin In Ihe Criminal Cottfl was msde
In reply to ,i taajBttM el MIMrlct
Attorney Itreealng that Mrs. tleorgs
DeOtai kls. her hatbWkl Mel make up.
' What's Hut "' Inqutied Judge Am-
I bier. Woo nearly fell off Ills chair
'Never kaad your husband" tsars!
"I never did. .lodge." said Ifrg Deems,
emphatically. "I don't believe In It."
"lo you mean to nay thnt you never
kissed him before you married him, and
thit you never even klsn-d MM nft'r
I you weiu marilid lo him ''' asked the
'That's II " n!d Mi". Keen s.
W.e-1-l." sai l the .lodge, and he I
looked down fi i the bench ns If view-
ing a great
nrloslty. Iir -ms
'Inalh parole.1 on
ondltloii t hat lie pa I
PaeBia was arrested several sTasha
SgO for non-support and at that time
Mrs. Deems testified thit luring her
eight years of married life her husband
had only paid two months' tmard lor
her. Hhe also stated Unit he never
gave her a cent and that Ihe only gift
he made to Ills child was the sum of
'. cents On the day thnt tlO call xl 10
say goodby. Dogma hag only sern
hW child tw ice lnce It was bm n.
KI3SIN0 UNCLEAN AND DECEIT
FUL, SHE SAYS.
"Yot see," she said, "I don't recko.i
many glrs have been brought up the
way I have been. My mother and father
never believed In kissing and they ul
ways taught me tliat it was andean!)
and deceitful. They told me that U
klas was to contract and spread di
sease. When you look nt It that r.'ay
vou see there Isn't very much chsi n
attached to the thought."
"Hut people sre not supposed to
analyse a kiss beforehand, are IheyT
I thought II wss s eort of spontane
ous affair," was suggested.
"Muvhs It Is to Home people, " replb-d
this extremely youthful looking wife
and mother, "but It has never been so
with me. I aaver eves had the desire
to kiss. When I was a child aad would
go away from boms I aaver klsssd my
parents either when I left or wbea I
"Ilut when you were it bride. Barely
you kissed lour hiisbinid Just ntlf
"Never," she gorlgredi "Al first hi
trll om-e or twice, but In soon .as
tout t didn't believe In It. Hut I reully
wssn't a loveelck bride. I was lust
fourteen when I married and I realise
now that I was entirely, too young
then to know what love was. Hut"
even If I had been lovesick I don't be
lieve I would have had any dealre to
"Why, my little seven-year-old boy
is dourer to me than anybody on
earth and yet 1 have never kissed hlin
I have navsr svsa kissed his little
pink beads. He sharss my dislike for
kissing too. Oas alms his fathsr klssod
htm aad as raa away. Whet I fonud
him he was waahlag ate Utile mouth. "
"Ilut you aay that your parents
taught you that to klas Is deceitful
Why do you believe that?"
"I don't know exactly how It i
deceitful. Murely though, the ma
Jority of persona that I have seen
kiss do not mean unytlilug by it. Then
Is generally some hidden object in tne
klanlng. liven though If pSOple lot,
eaoh other I do not are how they can
risk their health and happluese b
klssiajg. One thing I am absolutely
positive of, I havs never kissed any
body and I never want anybody to
EDMUND TEARLE DEAD.
Was Leading Hliakrapesrlan trior
of I : ok Is ml K no t o Here.
BMOHTOKi Hngland. I'eb. I . Kd
inund Tearle, perliajis the foremost
Hhukcspcarian actor in Miigland etaea
Hir Henry Irving, died bora to-.iav Ha
former!) was prominent on the Ameri
SAVES FROM NEED
AGED WAR NURSE
Mrs. Russell. Red Cross Sister
in Three Campaigns, Gets
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J . F-b. S.-rSl-lowing
a aaaor afovMaa. of her father's
will, Mrs. delaine Ititueli, who h'
serve, as a nurse o." the lte.1 Cross So
ciety In three wars, lias been tocatsd
here Mnd .i HW V...-S, an I as a re
sult the v-nera'ilc vvoiiian expe ts to n
hi rlt (..!. i to mike her last days mo:
then . tsafof! im
Tin r hsd batfl an est-aage-nent be
tween herself and iter en:. re family
since, at t le age of twelve ye ire, alie
ran away rrasj hr hotM In :cntlan1
Inspired with the motive of bosoming a
nurse. Hhe found wonen who en
coiirnired her tes gn and sh" wss en
tered for trinlng at the tlw'n lie I
('toss lnpltal at Henri s. Kor a long
time her family was unable C .- trace he
and win ,i t lis- ike had been rssbsd
lo i old s -ot -h lather rssjsjfited .-nr a
ing left his ho ne aTldhMI per nlm on
and later disapproved of the marr.ag.i
she h id made.
ll il some ti ne prior to his death, forty
yean ago, he faada a secret Investment
ot Mvaral ih loeaads si loiiara n
llrltlsh Colimba Iron and coil stocks
will h have grown largely In value, so
t mi the original Invest neiit no sums
U. tO In ClllllCll llf hl Srfll hr
Darenl nsavldel that H ...
to tie kept lo trun lor , , , .
' , " ' w" "
cond il m to ie ini l to ner unless she
,hould cjiifi poverty.
It itasan eventful life thnt the s.ui -
Itora had to t..llo.i. At seventeen sin
married w. 0, Russell, a IllllllV 1111:11
After the death Of the ait st Mrs. :n.
sell's career as nurse really bettan. She
siw service m "he Tur o-Ure.-o war
aa a Ited Crosi nurse, and later in toe
Hoxer uprising ill Chins. Afterward
slu. came to Atlantic City with her two
When Ihe Spanish-American wai Ac
OUrrsd She Ddle red lo enlist, but the age
leKuoiiions sarrsa her from accsptaaoS,
siie, nopever, bad been to Cuba and
acted as nurse for the patriots of Ihn
revolution In their rude camps an I tit
rilled she would 40 to Cuba unattached.
Hhe arrived there on a lilocknde-runiiei
of the Cuban forces, but In order to get
permission to bourd the boat she hsd
to protend in be a men. Hlis put on
mule attire, cut her hair short snd su -cessfully
carried out the dlagulse.
Tliib.is the second of the limited series
of sales designed to clean up our coat stock in
short ordpr. The greater part of our very choic
est models are included, consisting of such high
grade materials as
Chinchillas, Kerseys, Cheviots
Diagonals, Boucles, Whipcords
Also Many Smart Coat for Evening Wear
The linings, trimming and general effectiveness
of the ttylet are faultiest, and you will be quick to recog
nize the value o these coats and BUY.
Remember, these Coats 7
never have been on sale fjj
for less than double the
price we quote Thursday
SALE AT ALL
; We Are Now Permanently
245 West 42d St.
Bet. B'way and Sin Ave.
i... i. fiuu l . a. ArHiui. ta
lui.i.vt .a.i nl.w. ...n uoily.
trui. ilij N.rt I Ml H1.M-.
MIi'ms, III OLKH, ItVYiiNKI'-i.
ItlKI.KH. siluKS. lll.ANKICr-i.
sill Kl. I'AIM S II I II ,
IIKLTS. T t. T S, K II A K I
IIOATS, KiltKI TRitrtRH-i,
HA1S, HAUIII.'. SVIllH.KS,
I.EOni.Ng mil i.'.'iw uihst latei
rv'ing .ti. i laefnl anlelaa t bsi
. ,i .. ,,r...M
linen dslU 14 A. M. le B r. M.I
tiMjslifi Store Cs., lie.
ji'. veal Isi hi.
$5,0C0 IN JEWELS
SCATTER TRACK AS
Mrs. Kicks of Hicksville Family
Walkl Into Express and Dies
Mrs. f. sales HrYi rttSka a rich w.d
OWi STM killed bf a l.on 1 Stand exprex
tra.n In Massapeejua lata yesterday,
ai. I to-da.' her boily was c'slmed by a
brother, John Firth, of No. II Neiv
treat, Manhattan. She was carrying
$.'.i worth r Jewels when, in avoiding
aa eicbund train, she wss struck by
ore golna west. The gems were aoat
larod a oot aa the ground.
Mis. Blcka aaS slightly deaf, snd to
this la attributed her death. Hhe was
the widow of Oeorge Kinbree lllcks
and a member of one ef Ihe oldest Long
(stead families. Hhe was on hr wsy M
the post-office esteidav when She
raited for one tr.,n te sasa aad etarte i
aereSS the tracks, unaware of ths
Bthsf one, I h does nut stop at Mas
The trari did not stop sfter hitting
her, hut the body was found s fe
mlnutea later. Iler skull was fractured.
her left ahoiilde.lr
dlaln-ated and h.T
r.ght arm broken
Iler gems she errled In a chamo's
bag In her corsage, and they were
I throsn about In all dire -lions. On her
lingers were diamond rliws and a watch
on her r'j". was still running. Among
the parrotry plakd up were e rough goi t
pSadSat siu lde.l with large pearls, plst
1 r. 11 nt en-rliig set with d ainonds. a die-mond-stiidd.'d
af ent. sn Oriental pen
dint, and j black mourning pin with t
diamond in each end. Her b.other oe-
I lev eg ail her jewels ssra rered,
Mr. Bloke, who was dsstsaded from
the family from which Hicksville took
lis Raatadlad five years ago. an I his
willow went to soellltld, liiigland, to
Ihe They had line home In Oreat
.N'eek, and lived theie for nlxteen year
Two stents! ago Mrs. Hlcka arrived to
visit relatives about Ureal Neck, an 1
hail been 11 got -t of Mi. and Airs. Wai
ter K. Suwer of 1 Lean avenu-. Mati.t
peo.ua. Mr- Mawy.r Is a relative.
Mis. Hicks Innerltcd 4 fortVM fro 1
her husouti'l. Hh' was Bfty-Mvs year
old Her brother blumes ths rsliioa.l
for not having a watchmin at the
crossing, ami in indignant ' -a use tile
train wen: on after killing Ins sister.
TRAIN HITS WIDOW
tT For Coats that are
reduce u from $25,
$28, $30 and $35.
14-16 West 14 th Street (
460.462 fulton Slraot,
.64Sto6M Breed Street
Market cor I2lri Street
2 Rooms at $49.96
4 Rooms at $74.96
5 Rooms at $124.98
Homes Furnlshfe" CMstetC
$3.00 Down on $50 Worth
$5.00 $75 "
$7.50 " $100 '
lies Melnnls; Kvesiug I mil la.
WOMLU A AVI'J WORK WOXDi