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TH1 IKIlfQ WOBLP, 8 ATTTBD AT, f AITTJAKT 14, lt!4.
HILL IS STOLEN;
Dcifiueut Vanishes From Han
of RMoids After Bdnf
Fated There, . .
He Wu Cited for
Contempts and Not for the
Knowledge of Paper.
imttHnwh iONri u4
wa alia is
, a hash. It wm HaooTSMd yes
kM lawml from wm Mm
i &0I of Rocorde. Two wwh.
iVeir Hairdressing Modes, Neck Chains,
Waistcoat Girdles Are Season s Novelties
April Mi tbs
4 Kay . Tho second will
nmn' Lom and Trust
oa ssooutor Tho fata of too
fur for la I eerrtoe would
ai ths ala of tho estate to
tho hears, tho four brother
mood of rtahar.
wtU. Mr. Walabon waa
la oourt by Jostles CohaJaa
uatu o'etoeh, aftor a
1 bssa made out
with contsmpt of
I At hia hoato, No. Ml Edge-
arsaus, Mr. Wslsbsrg wrota
sUuwIng atataoMOt. by way of
as that nobody had charged
wtth knowing anything about
aaaajaaraa na of tho wiU:
r aaaftaietloa with tha will of
labor la almply that of a wit
Mr. Wetsberg and myself wit
i th wtU drawn hy tha above
i whteh waa flld for probata
aaual mannar and which waa
r loot or at olon front tha rooord
Tho atattar can up befor
Cehalan Jan. II and Inaa-
aa my wife's condition la aueh
ho eoutd not attend. 1 ad need
al that It wna lmaoeelbl for
ha priaiat and thoroforo did
nan It naaaaanry for mo to an-
tint no nil would
oaaa poatponod unUl lira,
could b praaaat. ,
AY HB WAI TOO ILL TO A
fCAJt IN COURT.
carrlad ovr until
it and w warn hath ssrved that
dag. Mr. WaUberg could not at
I. having been served, waa pra
f to appear, but waa takan III at
tor. '(Mr. Wslsbsrg la a da-
it upertntndsnt of H. M.
A Co.), whor I waa under a
a car for tbra hours.
court waa advtaad of this fact
ananhana. hut wna much angered
hi pay abaane a ooaunltinant waa
ma wnan i m appear th
committed ma to aarv
In Ludlow atraat jail.
ho rooonaldarad and dcldd
a hold mo In ala offle until 4 o'clock.
. fact that oourt waa hold at
hjf raaldanc In tha afternoon waa
a aaaar th taatl atony of Mra. Wsls-
far tha purpoaa of quae
ooaeeralng tb dlssaDsar-
of tha wfll. Tha raaann I waa
m tha riufnta'a office a prle-
n on account or tno dia-
of th wtU. but baeauae
failure to obey th subpoena
. tha urrogat decided I was
aid that th missing
at us hoot by Mr
tha course of a social vlatt
ho dM not know whether or
w been drawn by a lawyer
fee a partner ta the tnv
inn of NiaataHter Brother
Shi waa wealthy, though tho papers
m ffha case do not lodlcat the sitaot
AJlTfMHIfMIPR fllLl DFkD
f pwm O aawIUWnpee wssaeweow aaeareae' w
jyyaVVralVahVVVVaTVaruV rirmnrmrnrnfTrii,Vl'trmTmTmm eaoeaoaai awai mm mm aaaaa mm
. Jjm ar a
f? & BURGLARS PUT ON
MK WOMEN'S FINERY
I rV aeWZaW JJ smsr . , . ty X I I -
i i ar i
vi aa nw m am
NAME ON NOTES
CALLED A FORGERY
Father Points to Harry Jacobs's
Will, Which Surrogate
Threw Out. .
QUEER DOINGS OVER IT.
Herod of her duties aa administratrix
and the wUl rejected by Surrogate
The will, according to testimony at
the Surrogated heeling was found by
Dr. Jacob In a deek, which the deed
gambler hnd In hi room at the Cecil
Hotel In thi city. Th dek was
ahlpped to Dr. Jacobs In Chicago and
upon opining a drawer the will waa
found and turned over to Ma alater.
Witnesses testified thst before the
drawer hsd been cleaned of all pspera
"Thla la not the first time.". aya
Widow's Brother Appears in
Some Relation to All the
the affidavit filed In the caae, "that
the aelfaame Dr. Jacob haa appeared
In the matter of thla estate aa hav
ing tho posaeaalon, control and Im
portant knowledge nf a document
bearing on a signature asaerted to be
that of th decedent. Harry Jacob,
which haa been questioned In thla
court aa a forgery.
"I have compared the algnature to
the typewritten will that wu aub
mitted by tha widow to the Hurogate
and the algnaturea on th note, and
there la a great resemblance between
them. The notes sre s result of the
failure of the widow to probate ths
will which was rejected."
In sppport of th affidavit Mr.
Freeman submit a letter purporting
to have been written In 1911 by Dr.
.lacoba to Miss Florence Jacobs, a
i slater of the slain rambler. From
' I - . I ...... I I V. nM.hU Ulfl
( II I IVIIVI It (JpTnin in.. i i.i. .iiii .inn I I" ' "
DESTROYED BY FIBEHUt
Place He Bought for Cultivation
of Vloleti and Orchids
Burned Last Nkjllt J '
wrote that he waa "going to take
hand In this gam," and "I'll ahow
you people how to deprive the widow
of her Juat rlghta."
'Retrial Tha Brash Want.)
POt OHKEEP81E, Jan. It. -Tha
greenhouse recently acquired
Vincent Aator In pursuance
plan to enter axtenalraly Into tha cul
tivation of violets and orchids wrf
destroyed last night hy Are, appar-j
sntly of Incendiary origin. Mr. Astott
auirered a money loss of more than!
110,000. and his violet culture plans!
have been halted.
The horticultural aspirations of Mr.
Aator led him to purchase, a abort
Utme ago, a plot of land equipped with
greenhouses adjoining hla estate near
Rhlnebeck. He bought the place from
a florist, who employed several man.
Mr. Astor, In order to have hla own
care of the plant, die-
Domain of the Strictly Tailor
Made Now Invaded by the
By Mile. Lodewlek.
Tho Evening WerM'e Fashion Expert.
Juat aa In manners, It la not offu-
alvsnsss nor . ovor-cordlallty, nor a
superfluity of Words that marks tha
woman of admirable demeanor, so
la dree It la abt th ottravagant
number of gowns, tha omatanoaa of
tha wardrobe, me striking combina
tion of colors, nor tho expenditure of
monoy that marks tha well-dressed
woman. It la merely th Intuitive
touch, tho Indefinable art. wblch she
knows how to apply equally to tha
covering of a fault or the emphasis
EVEN l Mr, CAP WITH 'HCAO STRAj
OF PfaAW l-Ss
Two promissory notes for $l,M each
purporting to have been signed by
Hsrry Jacobs, former partner of Her
msn Rosenthal, were declared to be
forgerlea In an affidavit filed In the
Supreme Court to-day hy Mahlon A.
Freeman, attorney for Jacobs' father,
Isidore Jacobs. Harry Jacobs, a book- i , tl ... . . .
maker, w.. kiimd in . Harlem pool- j Declares He Was Assaulted by
room in 1910 and hie estate which is j Editor and Son in Former's
being administered by his father was I
sued for the two notes by Dr. Ellxa- I
halh lnunhlnii M f I Will I A m f'tlloavn '
physician, who Is associated with Dr.
H. Leonard Jacobs of No. (OM Ash
land avenue, Chicago. Dr. Jacoba la
a brother of tho dead gambler'
The matter cam up before Justice
Olegerlcb on a motion made by
Charles J. Lane, attorney for Dr.
McDonald, for a commission to ex
amine both Dr. McDonald and Dr.
Jacobs In Chicago. The Justice de
cided that both witnesses would have
to come on to New York.
I Two years ago in the Surrogate's
Court, Mrs Jacoba, then sdminlstra
I trlx of her husband's estate filed s
will for probate, but after, a hearing
I st which It wss charged thst th will
i waa not genuine, Mrs. Jacobs wss re-
EN6INEER, IN SUIT, SAYS
HERMAN RIODER BEAT HIM
Otto Luytles, a civil engineer, filed
s suit In the Supreme Court to-day
against Herman Kidder and Bernard
H. Rldder, hla son. for 110,000 dam
ages because (of Injuries alleged to
have been received when he was ex
pelled from the Rlddera' office on
dept. l. loot year.
Luytles lived st No. 646 Fifth sve
nue, Urooklyn. He ssys be visited
the editor's office to confer on busi
ness matters st Mr. Rldder'a request.
The conference ended, the engineer
says, when the Kldders "assaulted,
struck and held him. Inflicting bod
ily Injuries upon him" so thst he
wss "compelled because of these In
juries to seek medical aid." Luytles
further alleges that he was disabled
some tlm. and was forced to re
main sway from hla work for several
chsrged tho workmen of tho former
owner. HI action sroused consider
able bad feeling In th neighborhood.!
A wstchmsn on ths sUt reports J
that he drove a man from the vicinity I
of the greenhouses shortly before thai
(Ire was discovered last night.
Mrs. r. D. Otbsoa Coaasaghl OseetJ
OTTAWA. Jan. K Mra. Charle Dansl
Gibson of New York, wife of the srtlatj
I the gueat at Government House of th
Duke and Duchesa of Connaught sad
tMmm I l ... - . J I.TTT . V I
I aaiat tell . u four Ridsiv'j H I. Bsltet a)
U bt r-mr.l fir ruin it.it thr i Is ta
Slarkrt tn !;. I h linn family of SBSP
rMVlrvn mil It m. mil m many a d-irtn-
hill. K r ra throM. It la aim or that. My
llttla rrl haa nnlnnl har ankle and (a roptia
around flnr without anv ottiar dortot thaa aUd
waa'a ftaaitr Maaf. "
A Household Remedy
HAUWAY H HKAIIY KF.I.IKK at all dl ISQlV
RADWAY S CO.. Xrw Toik.
shown th faahlonuble high arrange
ment of the hair, which at the side
front la dented with a Jewelled comb
In a becoming diagonal line, which
makes tha hair to puff on the top.
Rather an exception to the rule of one
comb la the spreading comb or pin
on the top of the head, which serves
to hold the spray of feathers which
form a charming headdress.
In tho framn at the rUl.t Is shown
lag of a virtus. Woman hare gone an artistic ..'.aulng of a pair of tor-
from the cradle to tho grave without toiee ahell plna In the colls of the
Bj.iiji.w1m aha ikafeLm sd tha dsv and hl'th hairdressing, which Is suitable
following tha fashion of tno day, ami , jjj u jjjjj jj BVf)nnjf wear And
yat have gone down In the blatory here I might mention the cap for
of their day as parsons wboss cos- , strictly evening wesr which I have
turnery contributed to tha pleasure ahown on tho large centre figure.
' i spa have liecome very popular
of nations j wltn tne )ow hslrdresslng. and this
But, alas' too many woman con- one. Instesd nf covering ths top of
elder that the art of being wall the head to reveal the hair at the
dressed Ilea In tha amount of may gfL'SS 7no,e
: . . . . the lower port of the head, to reve.il
apsnt and tha nuitbar of clothes pur tn ,,, of httlr on to A
chsaad. Tha elegant l'arllnn know string of jewel, which might be a
that neither of tbeaa things count, chin strap reversed, connects the enp
a. kaows th.t It 1. th cut of a ?-1 acn iue. .irapping ine lop or me
"7 H . . . ..... : Bead. In the front from a large cu-
collar. tho pes of a hat. the addition bochon two epraye of paradise tovvor
of a Jewel -In fact, th details, that gracefully up and back,
distinguish on womhn from another.! The waistcoat has become so popu
So the rrsnchwoman I. far from be- SLSSLSSlSiJ!'.
lag a liberal buyar of olotbaa, but j ton, are vised. and It I such a
rather aha la liberal In her expendl- , pretty fad. and has furnished us with
RICH USE THEIR AUTOS
AS COAL CARTS BECAUSE
Of BIG LONDON STRIKE
Sudden Frigid Snap Drives AJ1
to Yards for Fuel, While
10,000 Carriers Rest.
10 ENTER HOUSES
Man Caught Wearing Corset
Had Full Wardrobe in
LONDON. Jan. 24-The fact that
10,000 coal carrier are on strike in
London was brought horn to tb cit
izen to-day by a aevere cold wave.
The men left work on Tuesday de
manding an Increase of two cents a
ton for loading coal so aa to bring
their pay up to twenty cents a ton.
Their absence from work, however.
ba. not been generally noticed, as tbs
The mystery of the man arrested
at One Hundred and Twenty -seventh
Silent, uud T'uiid avenue utt Jan. 13
and found to be wearing a corset haa
been solved by the discovery In
room he occupied of a full outfit
woman's wearing apparel and a com
plete set of burglar's tools. Inspect'
Fsurot la convinced thst bs haa
custody tha "woman burglar" who
has been robbing flat after flat In
the Washington Heights section.
The prisoner was arrested by detec
tives Conroy and Unrlght of the West
One Hundred and Twenty-sixth
street ststlon. They found in the
pocl.ets of the man wearing a corset
green coupons that bad been
. . m . iirti flAllvtil rill ii vara nna thla winter.
eansa awr snvavrwa. ,. . . . . tlmt in rathar warm
.. UB nai we wouiu ariaaiy retain 11 tor wibui " " ViT
tAUTV Of A TOUCH O THI aprlng fancy. To-day the pinch was felt end
WOHT COLOR. WAISTCOAT GIRDLE DMIRVM I 'WJ"?JS&
of' niaTlhlCTItg POaiTIOM ireceni wsaiiipiv i mo Maeaassa
DIBTINCTlvt POSITION. . Laaate. who durlnir the strike of mu-
The "waistcoat girdle l nave anown nlcipal street -sweepers, gas. electric
Notblag la prettier than a touch
tho right color of cryatal about tbel
neck, no matter What Ita monay : wouia rorm a uisuncuve pa or any uy una water empioyeea voiuniariiy c, that he was often out at night.
entire bead chalna are - .k ki. rL-k, '"T S. 1 Conroy learned yesterday that a
ii . . ...... ......... - nun uiuaru, woman wam v BIHn M.nn ... .v.-
stolen from the I nlted Cigar Store
at One Hundred and Sixteenth street
and Third avenue a few days before
and also three pipes stoleh at ths
asms tin iv
Edward Mann, as the prisoner called
himself, proclaimed that he was an
honest clerk, living- st No. 104 Kt
One Hundred and Twenty-aeventb
nv. b.iu ' io euppori nis
spine. His wife was found ut the
One Hundred and twenty-oeventh
street address. Khe didn't know any
thing about her husband's business
always to ba had; but thla season on atrctly vet fashion, and at
aaaany novrny najoa taaina aara anraaa tnacn araa napn ui uiwa iiiuiro ucuiiar . caus, laimaua, vara, uaiiu uuimm . bliralnrv Th n-nman wa tiallaH
Introdiiosd. Unique and somewhat the email pocketa. The are In . I and vn perambulator were drawn J" ,4 eSHtoSEmtlSi
black astk cord which droDS lta taaasl I baaaalaa. nlaor. tha tlnv aTaatlaaavthtaf , L.ia-aa' loadad tham with coal with I th owncr ' a roomlag house She j
from a triangular ahaped Jade or may be tucked away, and the small
---TSSrb-l Tuajb-, Whar. IM Is held on a charge
fjBlTg fljetoaUst Widely Kiast aaS
' - ataaat Waa Xtaar Baa re.
ZAXrOON. Jam. M.-tr David QUI, tha
ta his aavaaoy
colored cryatal. However, for
woman to whom tha ahort chain la
not becoming and Indeed there are
many whose lines of ths face forbid
It ths long chain of tortoise shall
shown at th right will achlovs In
dividuality worn with any gown. It
la distinctly asw snd haply suitable
for the acvoro styles of tha moment.
Costuming should begin with the
bead How recklessly women wear
combs snd Ustr ornaments! 8hll
atrriims pssew, aaaa wj aaaaaaaaaaajvaaava aasvea aaanaa. wnaa ajjaaaa ,a.. ak.a U.- a..
which to repienisn tneir ceuara. aiST ilaal a .
.v..,,, iiirir, iiiiu inr uciajutives
of tha most widely
jSpPwVTst wmwmwmm. w. vm uvw
wa-s-s- PMtwtit of Um Brlttob JUmcu-
; ttM Mi ImM cWnUftc dwrM from I comb. lHal X vltlbto Uwtroy th
' ualasialt''- Mm avmst m mamhsr ItnUlU CUrvv Ul IUO DMU ana CUI1
XZJ T - w Taab ii a it i Db laJalalal.
ad ateokhalm sad a correspond
a bar of tho French IsstttuM.
aatreaemsr. who was
tha i change may be kept handy. For wear
wltn a spring sun ims sjirure wouiu
be pretty constructed of heavy flow
ered silk, with buttons and pocket
flaps of black velvet.
This winter the domain of the
tailor-made hun been Invaded to a
remarkable decree by the Oriental
waist. Everywhere one sees loose
fitting costs, like Orients! aohemlse.
or Russian blouses, drawn into a sash
of velvet or satin, or where there is
no aaan a band of embroidery en
circles the hips to give the same ef
fect. on the flKtire at the extreme right
Is s delightful variation of this popu
n.. . , ,,,. k lar moae. a wine niinii or wrieiiuu
ever carefully It rati be arranged allk U draped over the hips, being
TLtmlt IBsf ara ofUttLT us7 deW-' gl with a deep fritute of beads or
2tu.Vy or'otSirwl'di 1Sm mte&.&j&MT
women Oil up the apace, of their S ltaa !-Mll-k2
coiffures with them silf tbsy were'r," !a.ih-, VJ1 .?VI
j ... .... ., ra. ..,.i... below the lower edge and form a
atlas adward Is UK. wss
ar of nuBBaroua anlsalllii
sad geodetic aurveys inj studying before the mirror
of the world. , In tb frame at the lei
la usually all a coiffure con atand. i lu" ' . ' .V- , v'
. x ,d.A. m as a. aa.na.U ' allsWaVaWI VU a nJri miMm 'a tux-
""" '" awawes - wur.u .,,,. It tu the irlrdli
left I have
WSm TONIGHT! IF BIUOUS.
HEADACHY. CONSTIPATED 10 CENTS
man aaali tira pea in tnis in. inn. t
would havs added effectiveness with
a trimming of black silk fringe.
VICTIM Of TAXICAB DEAD.
I ra ek a
yoa feel bully, they
c snd swrctsD Uie
from the liver aad carry
wssls assttrr sad
puisoh from the boweU. A ( sacs ret to
night trsightsaa you out by moraiaf
s IO-cnt box (ram any druggist keeps
. . .. . . . - .
your stomach regulated. Head ctesr snd
liver sad Bowels in fine condition for
ths. Don t forget the children
S VslpWteCARtTSWORKVILEWUSLEE C
I Crtulsi sad kamkril
H Waa Morlallr Hart.
Domlnlrk Kiiriiy. fifty-six yusis old.
of No. ii? West Kcrtl.th i reel, died
to-day in Polyclinic Hoapit:.! attar he
had been knocked down by s taxi ab
st lSlghtb svenue and Ki,i Uetli street. !
Kueny was urosslni,' too ivt-nu.. and
s policeman who wttm-puid tl..- acci
dent report that lis walked n nin;i the
rear wheel of a passlna taxi Joseph
Fltsslmmons, th chauffeur put Kueny
In the cab and hurried hfn to the
Jsw fast-OBre la '.. I. blt9
WAHHINUTu.S. Job, .4 Calvin Me
Knight and glouart tllrslimsn uf New ;
Tort saw Assistant bacratary ot thsaa
Treasury Newton to-day snd urged that 1
IB euneins oa a new poai-omca ei
A lu.ui ..na niimlra.1 mailli.al atll.
dent dreased In white smocks losded ; aearc neu tne room,
end carted many ton of coal to the' Thy found woman's wearing ap
various hospitals, while hotel em- i parel. Including a very well made
plovers In gold braided uniforms, 1 tailor muds suit of brown material, a
chauffeurs, fatigue parties from sev-' fashionable hat. a wig snd a brown
eral of the guards m-k intents, trades-, leather bag such ss nurses carry. In
men snd even women were among , the bag waa a Jimmy, a brace and bit, '
those working In the coal yurda. ,a screwdriver and oilier tools used hy
The strike Is not expected to be a flat thieves. There was also found In
prolonged one, ss some of the em- , the room a package containing 49,100,
pioyeis have alresdy yielded. il'uited Cigar Siores green coupons
Two hundred thousand men em- that were atolen from the One Hun-'
ployed in the building trades In I-on- dred and Sixteenth street store,
don were threatened to-day with a 1 For severs! monthn a woman
lockout by their employers who de- dressed In brown has been seen In
mand that the men belonging to the Washington Heights spartment
trade union sign an agreement to houses Just herore the discovery that
work without question with non- apartments had been robbed. Home
unionist worklngmen or quit their ' of the complainants told tbs police
employment. they believed the thief fus a man dis-
The men refused to comply with tbe gUtMd as women Inapecior Fau
employer' demand and when they rot Intends to make Mann put on the
i-eoaed work this afternoon for the female toggery' found In hi room
week-end declared that the employer and confront persons who have seen
would have to withdraw their demand the "woman burglar" on Washington
before thev took up their tools again. Heights.
FOR DANDRUFF. FALLING HAIR OR "
ITCHY SCALP 25 CENT DANDER!
(.iris! (lirls! Save your hair
Make it grow luxuri
ant and Iwautiful.
ssg island City be expedited. Tt
so appropriation ofltM.OOO for
irpose. but th at apartment has
am ahU ta elct aastskli gits.
If you care for heavy bair. thst glis
tens with beauty ami it NadftSl with
life; hat ua incouiiuiu1!r loftUtH sail is
Duffy uud lutl reUt, tt ir.ie'inr.
Juat . ne !i;.iic.ition uouble) la
hranty I your I lif, uasjdss 11 intra it -te.
iy tlissoivea ovn , tarticle of tlsailtiuf;
you csnn I hav nice, heavy, healthy
hair if yoa have daadraff . TMf dest ruc
tiv scurf rob th hair nf its lustra, its
sad it vary Ufa aad if not
OV rOia .1 produces a fevrrishmss and
itching uf the scalp; the hair roota faiu
ih. looaen and die; then th hair falls
If your hair hss brra aealecleil and
is thin, faded, dry, srrapgy or too oily,
5 Ft a so-ccnt bottle of Knowllou't Dao
erin at any ilrtie store 01 loilrt cnun
trr, upply s Utl!e ss directed and ten
mint 1st after you will say thin wss the
oet iiiM nient you ever .mule
We -iiicerel believe. .eirs.'dSru of
everytUni.' c.ae ndrertisrii, that if ysh
desire soft, lustrous, beautiful hsir sad
lots of it ao dandruff no itahing scalp
and no more falling hair you must ua
Knowtton's llandsrias. If sventualljr
why ast aawf
YMWJmW MRS ;y''i-w-rvm
'At Hi MJKAI. provperity only comes to those who by honest llj I 'g
Vf ml MM deeds wield a prosperous, happy influence over the Ii' jKflt S im
vL ojlfl comniunity Prosperity of inaniifucturer los not tt jSi- j JtI
sTm-waSM exi.it very long if QUALITY is not first, last and all the U JHR- if
timr tne c'"' ,,jei't of hiaaiibition. ft
ft ttQPj For over forty-seveu j ears it lias been tne policy at i'r:Jf
WSSnH the Jacob ltu;-; rt Brewery U brew us jood beer as xtfSMtfl
IB IIWLailBI human -kill mid produce, and, judging from the fim A
.flUM MMRljxkk enormous yeairlj iiicrensc, we feci that the policy has Y y
SfBRm llmKvwalV proven iv benefit. We thank all customers for their II (
f9Bwi appteciution A our eu'ort. past and present, and wish H I I
flHPlilfl Iftlftlt M ln"nl ,1,Hliy Prosperous hiu! happy years JJ IA
kKiiii Mw.lli i a rtr niinncnTV
koEWDfttf The beer That Satisfies 1
CTll JL ItiA ion SALE BV ALL L1CKN8KD DBALKRS. I
PtWfrb0niTjOT up of Greater New York FREE I
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I ?Or TOMT?r"f21J wlth vour nam. and address, and we will .end you a fine lltho- I I
I - iT --"-Tl ,a,.hlc iii.u of flrealer New York, diowuii; it. Imntenae lrrl- I I II
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