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THE EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, lflS.
KIN OF ZIEGLER SEEKS
TO KEEP FOUR MILLION
FROM THE ADOPTED SON
Hilf-Brother Asks to Inter
vene in Suit Over Ac
V Ttranrtt, nm of four rait
weea who would aliara n IwS. eatata f
tii lata William Zlaclur tn ha INK or
Wlllla.tr, Zlaaler jr. 'a daatli before II
Wn In Mm unrtar tha will. aouKht
pern n yesterday to lnterrMie 'n
toe litlRBUrm Bttort the :;ur- M
' curt. lite objaet la to prrvrnt William
T.:.t jr., Uio fotai-on and prin
Btr, OtlHlBlil( PUMKMlOD of boii I H.i. -N
of U aosrutd Income, whloh would
la thai eves, beoome part of toa jroiias
man 'a o n ratal and to to hta wlf in tha
avast of kle daeta lattead of remaining
part at tha elder Klefler aatata. Tha
voiirsj man ta to reeeive ona-quartar of
the aatata when twenty-five and tha Ml
hi a-rr'trty laaaalmanta at thirt.
tMfiyIra and forty, ll'.a petition Nt
an aecounltna by tha MMMMI Mayor
Oftynor, William Champ and Mra
Matilda Ztaclar. Wan yoilponad until
SrauHlt. a lialf-lirothnr of llM elder
7lalr and a well-to-do rltlxmi of Chl
clt, la ona of three relaUvee not rro-
v:d.,i for with MHratlM In NM mlllleo
b'hs will. Tlia otliora htp Aithor '.
JJundt, hlf-tirothr. of Kalrport Id
an I Mm. ) 'r!i -e Zlr-tflcr RhltldS, a full
ttatar of ZlNtlar, of Aniraln. y. n M
an J Clr llrandt of Havenporl, la. Ml
haif-elatera, reielve ainultlaa and. with
tha othara, will ahara tha aat.it. elioull
It not pact Into you of Ungtar'a poeeea
alon bafora hla daaia.
Aft! net Uialr lntaraett ara arrayad
rouna Zltflar't and tha oontlnrant In
tareet of hta hiida, who waa Miea 01 .
Virginia Watvi. Al'.ho'ifh young RlSf
lar la practically tha aula hair to tl
aatata. valued at upward of IIS.''.''.
It la ao tlni up that lia had at pi SSMt
Inixvn of Iota than s.'i'.'J'W a yciir, an-1
SwSVM ha dl wStoT hn la t e:i". -n .a
lua yojnir widow would receive only I
much a llN and l a rould aava In tail
that, fl Vt aai a
Th will proldaa II. it "tha la'ji. "'
Ilia In. oinw Inry (thd aMCHton) nn.
vi al In aafn aat urltlt a in I Ici'p With 'ha
t-orpua of my eatttu until my son oomra
t antv-ona veara of ata Aftar ha MRMd
twanty-ona yaara of ana i.a aha I receive
tha nntli nat Inoonie " Tha rxaiHura
hold that tha MdttMdl Imonie Ibotlld
NfMla Intact 1 1 a trail "far now would
rrrtucn tha txecu'.ort' feat b many
i no. .mm it uf doUane.
GUILTY OF VIOLATING
THE ANTI-TRUST LAW
In'v luiil bai'n SUhtr eoilaual ,t or
fin id i.ui i EttVJ bwslneOa' of man .f. -lurlni
i .iah PMlMtrtj that arlthln a a ii
gta tn .nti 171 rival rrglotara had bMfl
"1 n-'Ckad out." that tha company It opt
a "griiva) aril" PMfll In which rei-ortla o'
dafuhit rlvala ware kpp! that tha coin
pany an. ployed a regular fo-ce o' ntan
whoaa whole duly waa to knock" tha
machltia of rlvala and crowd them off
(he market by fair tnrana or foul, and
'rat aortio ye.ita ago Oleic method had
been ao IvcuaMftll that thn N'ailonnl eon
I pall ad i'i p: tan I of the t$n tag UHOt
i it ladd of tiie fulfill Utgf.
uint uf tha daftnddnid were John ii
Pdtltrton1 ii.iv.on. 'i. PreMdentj hi
wanl A lereila. Da. tin. ii, V ie-I'real-
dent fleorgt ll ltd (iter, Dayton, O.,
aefelary; William k. Hlppui, Traggttferi
Olkflaaj A. Snjadar, Klldbth, N. J..
Jonathan B, HajrWgrd patanl attorney.
x, w Vor and Altunm w Maolalr,
Tha pinnlty la a fine not rtd!njr
1T.,alh or by 1 npi iaonini nt not tBOMdlllf
imp ii 'ir, or by both.
TUB riMn -AMMBM"
i Tmm urn OarlaUaa HaraMJ
Ona of tha effaeta of tha Ufa of the
American people on the lathtnua hna
bean tha daTalupment of a new type
tha "Zone-Amerloan." Flrat, thla type
will be Identified by Ita aterllng moral
character; then, by lta Independence,
greater even than the Independent of
the tm American. The niellliiK
together Of dlfferont Htnndard of Lift
ha tnnght many of the 7one-A werb an
famlllea that the fine art of living la
to be found In the home and In the
family rlrule, i at her than In tha falaa
Ufa that aeema an attractive In the
greet American cltloa "bach home."
jjoiin Hi Patterson and Twtiv
j tydgtH (fillers ConvicttSd
by Pederal J m y.
OI.M'INVATI. KeW H John It. I'll1-
i aoit. PratMaiii ,,r tilt NatioMl Cah
rttallgtat CaBlpaPFi and lw, ntv- Ight
othti ptagtwt or forme orovieie of the
concetn. It Oft pajUIld gi lly laa: night on
thu-e counta of I ha Fade-al Indlt-f 'uenta
ihargfng tonaplt.i.y la vlo'.e. the She -an
A uf - I t net law
T.ie Court Iglpftiaad otj ti.e J.irv t'.
aaoattlly nt r' illllng tint tha Hliarmi'i
law InclHded the charge of attemotlox
to mnnapulKe aa wall aa tha actual
Tha rate trii brought by the Depart
n.ent of Juetlre under the criminal aec
tlon of the Hharman act.
The petition In equity, whtoh marked
the rliat atep of the Oovcrnmcnt'a prn
raedlnga nglntt MM ompinv, waa filed
Dec. 4. 1911. but owing to a crowded
docket and varlnua logal obatarlet Itv
terpoewd by the daf(.-ridanta' lawyere It
waa riearly a yar to-fute the caae at.-tu-ally
came Into t'ourt.
In the rourae of the trial the Govern
ment offered teetlttiony of various for
mer competlt :a of the .National to iliow
To Relieve Rheumatism
the hoJy-wastc producing uric acid mutt be
gradually arrewted and the blood purified.
Correct diet is essential. Abstain from tea
and anything containing ttfeohot; e.it meat only
once a day and take SCOTT'S EMUL
SION after every meal.
SCOTT'S EMULSION is rich In hlood-
makinff qualities and makes new blood tree
from the poisonous products which irritate
the joints and muscles; its wonder
ful powers relieve the enlarged, stif
fened joints; and more,
SCOTT'S EMULSION re
places body-weakness with
sound body-strength by its con
centrated nourishing properties.
Phyaiciana everywhere prescribe
SCOTT'S EMULSION for rheumatism.
ScoTT Sc Bown, Bloom6eld, N. J.
A. T. Stewart Co.
Broadway, rourtn rnu
tightli to Ttath Street
Broadcloth Suits, $13.50
Women who wish clotlioa of flood materials a hit-oiit-of-tlte-ordiaary
will bo immenaelv pleased with them. Eat-h one in
different, but many have the new draped akirta and waist coats.
Blue, brown and dark green. Made to sell at $H0.
New Worsted Suits, $13.50
Medium-weight winter material fashioned on Spring lines
the coat shorter, the cutaway rounded. Try them on and aeo
how l-coming this new shape is. Winter suits of this material
sold at $18.75.
All Our Winter Coats, $7.50
Every coat in the Store on the Subway floor for women
whatever material, style or trimming is now priced $7.50.
This means a splendid opportunity to get cosy ulsters for
next season at the lowest price of the year.
Subway floor. Old lluiUtng.
Six Opportunities to Oct Better
Underwear and Hosiery
Men and women will find this an excellent chanco to get
bettcr-than-usuai kinds for small prices.
White ribbed tight, 50c, originally $I.S0 Mottly medium weight
half wool, knee or ankiuleojrth.
Combination aultt, 65c, "acconda" of SI qualities White ribbod nier
trltad liala thread; low neck, tleevrl-aa. lam at knee.
UMrC. "aaconda" of 35c quality Sea mleee UaC thrnad with double tops,
high pltced horla and double colet. Black, white and tun, aitat V to 10U.
70c, usually l Ian. pure aiik, with mar can led top and aole; iiaet U
to it) ' i
50c, made to aell for SI Combination uit of white or ecru, open mmh
cotton, abort tleevra and ankle length.
15c each, "aeconds" of 50c quality White gaute cotton iWrUb aleeve
Usa or with ahort (leave. Drawer to match ia knee or ankle length.
Subway fluor. Old Building.
Boys' Bloomer Suits
at One Dollar
Special purchaae, or they would be
priced Sl.to to $S. Hut of ah. tbey
are auit email
barf will need
Una auitimi r, fnr
the nrcki are
nut high and
hain and per
aldy yet prettily
trim Mint m-llh
color a. Hi t
to 4 year.
25c to $1.75
Wcro SUc to SI
frock - latx-y.
owibroideTed and be-ribbnnad yea,
even tome of the lit' one.
Miaeeliancous rollectlnB, in which
early ehooeing I advlaed. alottly
white, but a lew colon In the (mailer
daaa. Meet to 0 year.
Third floor. Old Rulldlnf,
Another email (hipment of thoae
pretty printed crepe kimono( which
old an quickly laat week.
One of the prettleat dedgna w
have aeen at the price. They fairly
bloMom with lovely wiatari flower
one ran aim oat amrll their fragrance.
Subway tear, Oi l Huildlng.
65c, were $1
Hurrying out tliroe atylee with
quare, V or blfjh nerka trimmnd
with embroidery and lare. H of
nainanok; aome (how alight algn of
hubway floor. Old Building.
Chocolates and Bon
Bons, 25c Pound
I'ure, of rourae, and good too
take a bo lmmr anil Irv them. Killier
plain chnrulatei or rlmrolatea nml
Chocolate covrreil raramela, nou
gat and ilellrHoua mrabmalloa
all tie pound.
In waled boaea, all chooolatai or
chocolate and mixture. Every lover
of iweet like tbam,
Huliway floor. Old Bulldlna.
Capture of Many Blouses All
Far Below Regular Prices
This Blouse Section in the Store on the Subway Floor will forcibly prove
tomorrow, Saturday, the economies it makes possible to its customers.
Because one msker had some ood madras he wished to use, because other
manufacturers had samples, because we had odd lots here arc astonishing waists
nt 50c, (15c, $1, $i and 4.85.
Sample Waists, 65c, regularly
$1 to $2
Tailored wtiiat uf waahable flunurl, pun- luieu,
poplin, mudraa, pique. SoBM frcubrr lliau olln-ie,
one or two of a kind, sample aiaca.
All nm In waabablr gray flannel aliirt and
freah linferie waitta trimmed with embroidery and
lace, at 65c, regularly SI.
Sample Silk Waists, $2
None Worth Lew Than 55.
All aanipl.'. Sizca XI) and UK only
One of thv moat aurpriaina ptlfclUMH have
ever uiadi'. bsCfSSMS it ineliulea ao many SOIISSrVa
tive model of fin twill ami taffetit nilka in lick
Aim chiffon and ineutlin waiat, or drrta, aoiua
a little bandied.
Tailored Waists at 50c
Made of atriped madras- we have never aean
a good material even in dollar (hirt.
lilaca or colored atripea on white; pearl button,
Sample Waists, $1, regularly $2
One or two nt kind, aitra 89, 4( and 48.
Lawn and voile, ome with lace aud embroidery, lome
with rufflea. tircat many atyle.
r g I sip
600 Silk Waists, $2.85
Kailicr in the Season, $5 Upward
Our own aurplua waists, one or two of a kind Taffeta,
cliiffou and mea.aaliue, iuelinling white and col Oft. Nearly
nil aitea in the lot. Subway floor. Old ltuiliiinK-
Sample Waists, $1.25
We have never knowu any like them
at leai than t and many nre worth f
All aorta of lingerie it y let with high and
low necks. N curly all lacy and more or
Itst trimmed with embroidery. Some
would lie bettor for a tubbing.
New Waists, $2
Spring etylea in voile nnd lingerie
waists, all fresh and attractive. Low
and high neckt.
Third Floor, Old BuMia,
Men's and Women's "Seconds" of $3 and $5
All-Silk Umbrellas at $1.75
A thick place or a slight fnult in llio weaving of t he silk,
caused the maker to put these umbrcllar, in the) "second quality"
As far a wear goes they will give as good service as ever,
and one will have a perfectly good silk umbrella for the price
of n cotton one
Not a had lime to buy the "extra umbrella" always needed
in the houst.
Hotii men's and women's styles have attractive natural
wood handles. Subway let, Old Huilding.
To transform an old evening gown,
Tn be used on the new tpring dancing frock.
May be had at tht untitutt peine of
$8.50 and $12, usually $12 to $24
They ara of white or oalortil net mid chiffon. fcn wllh alltterlna
rrysttl Imada, and to emeiiletely mt!e lltal on haa mi'. to allp tiie lunKi
over a allk or satin fouu
lion In have the prutllett of dlnutr Snwna or
Hubway r.ntranre, New llulldlng.
Girls' School Dresses
$3, Usually $5 and $6
Our good fortune and yours that the maker of these dresses
found himself over-stipplied becsuas of the lute winter.
All of navy blue serge with snilor rollars, silk ties, white
veatees, etc. Well mndo with good hems nnd full pleated
skirts. Sizes (I to I t years.
Younjj Women's Suits, $11.50 to $13.50
Made from short lengths of fine materials such as the
maker puts into his tit and $81 suits. Models are for early
sprlnit nnd each suit has been made over our own patterns, so
that little if any alterations will re necessary.
Berge, cheviot, mixtures nnd novelty suitings.
Hut one or two of each material) Slses 14, 16, IS years.
Bubway floor, Old Huilding.
Hemstitched Towels, $3 Dozen
Rsatllant quality f pure linen huckaback of unusually
! heavy weight, Dniitiisk borders, some with nicdiillion tn hold
; an embroidered monogram. All with hemstitched ends.
I Po Hau bailer than usual 111 towels that every house
I wife should see them. Mnen Hun. Flrat floor. Old Huilding.
are the right thinps for mission tablet.
The anft browna and reda and greens.
with their bright illuminating are very
pretty on the dark brown oak.
A special purchase in round, oval
nnd oblong ehape., to aell at one-third
tn one-half below usual price.. 00c to
M.50. Third Gallery. New Hldg.
Know all men by these presents
mm J kuL,
of 7 to 17 years may each hsve a
$7. SO an It tomorrow for $4. 75 . (Irav
or brown: Norfolk or doublc-breatt-
of 12 tn 17 years mi) each have a
l.ondo.itRilorcd overcoat at SKI. SO,
Inttead of $20 or $2$, the previous
riiiflington Arrade floor, New Rldg.
Saturday. 1,800 Men's Shirts. $1 Oracle, White and Fancy, Plain and Pleated, All
More or Less Mussed. 35c Each. Three for $1.
Rnhway Vcur, Old IlmMinn, BrMdWftff Front.
AT MITCHELL THE TAILOR'S
1 am the first to lift! United Garment Workers', scale. This
is in line with the tact that 1 was one of the iirst. two years ago, to
establish sanitary workshops
and clean conditions of labor
for my help, and I might say
that I am one tailor who is
doing his utmost to keep the
prices of clothing down where
With the new wage scale
it would be necessary for me to
make a slight increase in the
cost of garments, but I feel that
the customer who reads between
the lines realizes that my shops
are run under the best of condi
tions and that my prices, even
with a slight increase, will be
25 lower than the same quality
of clothing can be bought else
where in this or any other city.
I expect no kick from the cus
tomer at the slight increase of
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MITCIIELL THE TAILOR
Suit or Overcoat
to Order ....
I buy from the ussiguee the shx:k of C. A. PATTEN' & CO., 415 Tremont St.. Huston. In
IQOi C. A. ratten Hi Co. opened their place of business at :M" Washington St. Mr. 1'uttrn at
that time was u designer for Macullar Parker ll Co. and on going into business for himself rstab
ishtd u business upward of &50,000 a year. Through ill health, some two year go, Mr. Patten
old out to l is BUeoSSIOfSi who after a few years of high priced tailoring, sold out to me for spot
ash, each yard costing me about S0r,' of its original price,
This stock was most complete. The change of ownership B short time ago meant a cleaning
up of old stock and filling the counters with brand new merchandise.
This business, although prosperous, showed a heavy book account and money was the cause
of its coming lo my counters.
C. A. Patten & Co.'s prices ranged between $U and !?40 u suit, and the goods embraced all
the better grades of foreign and domestic woollens.
I want the mouth of February to be a hummer. Garments made under union conditions
in shops which were classed, by one of the union leaders, as fine as any in the country. The
greater part of these goods have been shipped to my New York torc. and I will make you- Patten's
Sj, $40 and $45 suitings at a price, suit or overcoat to order.
HflTriin I THE TAILOR
1V11 1 VsIlIiiJLljlj FROM BOSTON
1431 BROADWAY, Cor. 40th St. .nSiSW,.
VP1 He Clotc Evening at C. o'clock
awSv Open Saturttaui Vnttl 10 P. M.
February Furniture and Rug Sale 50 Reductions
Guaranteed lain. Post llrass Bodi with
lU-in. rails nnd S
JfSl 1-ln. ni
val. $25 14.98
Quartered Oak dolden
Finished Library Table, ti iicHly
AM OUTFff PBffi!- AVRR
Dutino tht sale we have reduced our eutliti OS follows:
3 ROOKS raft Qfl J I00VS ajain
Compitltly hH I a Complratalw MM
ruralUut Furalikifl 1 'w7
iiviii tor mi- . u n n., LinKi i (H A LIBERAL
KtttJKIIT rrmlMr.im 11 C t I VlUlll dUU , I, H , : rrK i to a t 1 1 II
fornlffoa ttgardinl sar RaUrAwjl I'sirt ' hlMt- "t ,"" ""U
,iufMi mad.i IH!F. ndlirOttU W Ul C ( onnrrfrruf.
Sunday World Wants 'qi1l Moiukj. Morning Wonders.
Now Appearing at Weber & Fields'
44th Street Theatre.
v a'so lo Lone H