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THE SUN. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1914.
F. P. EARLE AGAIN
SUED FOR DIVORCE
mis jjiHWhEooo a plate. MRSj siEGEL WINS SUIT FOR
.-...me iiartit nt In run Fnrni I2rn
Found Another He Culls
swift ronn'siiii' told
Ho I'll tn "m.t.niin.
One rilntirr I finally rrcnrdptl at which
the kuoMs ouM.uruUuMd Ir. Lueullusi of
Home himself. Tlio wnntonneo.1 was on
thn M it (Iia ..,....,.. ...... ..
7,t(( Wife ClllirgCS 'Ik IfllS ',t. "l for ' lnllvl.lunl cxtravnlwH'o
iMiniuri i iiuiory ( qujilK It. Tin-Mntcmi-tit
tha- tlio illntirr com from Mr.-!
mm to 2;,.nnn ,,i.it,. tP tit Mury a
hntlilliR elm. can. I
The dinner tvan jrlxn at the Yanm 1
limix. inn. tin the state. t.nt nldil lni
the ku.s.i went there on n tri-Hiil train I
How to spend een ju.oou on jour own
dinner? Listen. twin ..i i... ...i i
. oonilder what It menu to P;, ()(. waiter i
'' thiMlrand dollar tip. A mle wax ninunl
K,,..N V.. Nov. !.- Vnllnand Pin- u,, night aBalnHt KlvlhK !,V.n nX.VThM
r. K rlc, widely Known heianxe of hln that And still K0UK hackunnl, ...nr
virl lit experience III feleetlrut ioul '"Jte, JllM merely a ilcniltiiMc.' i'hWm 1
. r ... . .....I ..... m. S?.-.(l til 1 rt,l. .tl. ...... . ... . ... I
nJ i ..tut uciore .iiixuee .. .-. i n:np- ,, : " ' 'Kin to ko Willi
K, ., ., M.ei-ul t.rm of the Supreme' ' ' " "'J; ' "iii.e i;.nn to 20. aoeordln?
. v, ,. i.,l.,v an the il.f..iHl.t,l ? "r water at :,,
,, . sj I. I -d.i.v as the ilren.Linl el...inp..Rt,o nt T.r.iiO. p.in rldKe at 2.25i.
,,,., f .. ahMdute divine l.roUBht l.y v-enl-m, at JS.non and terrapin at Vs.niiO
, , -i uitv. Helen Thef.dqni Sldford do not allow much leewav for table lu-
l,r. tries like, bread ($lon.' or wl'h'but.
y- I e (Mdeiitly did hot eonie to put .
,,' , ,n far an the divorce wha '"'V'" .""V1 tnJ M,mp of ,ho
Z.:- X ho nnulo no denial of the MV!' JET ," ZTlTJZ
e!un fll'inilUil by counsel for his wimbling was allowed. Two hours of
u,fe, 'i-. Ix now III Dm:liinlt but hh KaniliiR before dinner decreaxed lortuneii
r directed toward Keeping ..' B,1L or "'created them to n quarter
ai.iount to be determined by """" i wa only tnrotlKh the cctier
DIVORCE BEFORE REFEREE
a:.mon ,,ud to r.taln tho Wn, 3" eX "t
,t Ills riilUlU'li.
llir IHtOP illHl llPfflf nuintll.itu ..... it...
i r ric i ifJuiMiun. nr inreTiiirn in uru iu nnr D.iiur or rnamiuiKlir.
a loi.k iUivttln!i ty lur !n Uic Wlmt? Nu. nf courci' tho money wn
,v nd oouaty of 0.fut1, England, JaI- ,te;,i onlim tlmt the Yama
J,n rt,e o. live, tn .1,1. de,oSmon J"" r'luu"": f"",,,,-,U-r
of her ,l.,t ..cualn.ame w 1th ,, , Junncy m!
H.irie .-on r:iji "" i '" imna rarniH name ami mark.
on Jiro 1K. ""i "J spcci.u license .11
SOCIALISTS MOVE TO END WAR.
Deleantex Prom Nentrnl Nnllonx
Will Meet In 1'iiiienlinceii,
ouco was rfcelted jestenlay bv the
...... ..ti.. I.. nrA..l
i in.! r .IKe rcKlnj umvr in vivim.
l w s iIumi "I yars of hbo. whlto
Ca . . J. ,lll,,i M'"t
t,r. i:;v '"J comlUR to ee her mother.
-Iri i,lford, to encase a room while, he
was Hi'end.".- FPeal lectures In Oxford.
i .i bjn ime (i hit ui.i'.uifcc. iiiiii in ii . ... ...
, , fnu- it interview asked to see her. n tne SorlullM party that an In-
w". L t Mudent at the time, and 'T'';'' ;;' onferenc of Scs-lallsts from
1. , rer..tl.c lcrMf to be an Instructor. !' u'" I "i fh.as 'T" ca,,f,1 for
l'rl b d taken a tudlo In Oxford, and ' nt fopoiili.iBcn to con-
off M toplvc her Inllructlon In her work. 'Irif . he Present situation caused by the
' e ic.'epted hl offer Jr 1,1 '-uropo ami to devise the best
Mrs Karle says, she accepted '"n f "citation to brl.m- the war to
h. nun's offer ot marriaKe. KnowinK . ' : "."""i"11 ew iorn
exchange market is
Lack of Sfcimiers llcfort' Xc.xi
Saturday Caiisos Addi
Kxchnnse rnte on tondon and I'.uls
weie enrxelnlly slronw ye!erday for Sat
unlay, which Is usually conldnred an (.iiy
da. Some i-nther unnsual coinlltlon com.
NO USE FOR BIG COTTON POOL.
Kroner Will .eeil (Inly (Ine-lltlb
of fl .-.(1.(10(1. (Hill, ., nier(.
f'ntcAOo, Nov, Iteportn from the
cotton states Indlcitn that not more than
20 per cent, of the $iso.COO,0".S rcitcs
pool raised by the bankers of the coun
try will be tillllred by the cotton Inter.,
In the mil month conditions have be
cimv more prospeious In the South, and
the fnct thai the pool ln been raised
and can lm taken iidwint.it; or khvh
Iho 'Kiowets conlMence. ncconllui! to N.
T. fllackwell. editor of the folfon onif
I'nltnn Oil .Vmi'4 of I)alla, 'Vx. .Mr.
Hlackwrll wad In ChleaKo to.nlKht, after
a trip thtomjh tiiol of the cotton States.
The price of cotton has recovered 21
WHITMAN TO AID RACING
IF CONDUCTED PROPERLY
Will Not fiifprfpro ns Inner RH
llcliiKMit and Saratosra
blued to tnakefhe exehiinpn niarlet lake on
anthliii but a Saturday tone. The liners t'r 'f"t- In th': tost month," .Mr. lllaclt-
i Imports mill Ciimrlr, of Mieelr.
T. Impoitx of nude ut the nori if
arc the lust that will li;ie for nltlier
I I'rench or Kncll'h port until ,n.xt Satnr-
day. This means dint priU Jiis Imvlnn olv
llen.tlons faltlmc diK- abroid between now j iVr '"m" 'ijn fijo'''''1 m'"','!'1'? i,0!"'' k,r,,, rnJ""f
ind tlm arrival of llnein salllmt on S.itnr-! f HT.rT. ' maklnit a" totai' of "isv iuii ,ln ""trntiKern
day next will conipelleil to meet their j rm.iliiM a total of trT.33! In the pre'eed
Wllttn Sft.fiit.'li Srr.t.vas, W Va , Nov.
2 cjovernor-elecl Whitman of New Tom.
who arriMd here with Mrs Whitman on
ThatiksKlvlnft mornliiB for a rist, changed
his usual dally programme this inornlnc.
Aeconipanled bv .1. Hmval.l Sloeum he
tool, a lor.s Jaunt throiiKh the trails In
(he mountain They stopped nt a num
ber of farms ami cabins, and Mr Whit
man, who was unknown to bl hospitable
yed the rhatiKc of chat-
who had no offlecn to
ohllp'tlons by cable tr.msfr. An a te- Iiik wik ami S 1 4.' 1 .1 In the correspond
suit sterlliiR adatieeil i , cent, while cable, " ! Miipu Ifttillary 1
only advanced con-. In the pound. Th, rZUV t'h'e Vo
advance In Paris checks was also more t ,., ,,K),llnK ,,roll ,,t Pnr
owHdenible than wn the. i.Sta in cabin). ' n,.. exixirts of Mucle from tho noi t
Mr Whitman has made it plain here
that h1? does not Intend to Interfere with
raelm; at) It has been eonductnl for sev
eral years at Itelmont Park and Sara
toga, as lie approvis of the piea in sl.itun
' Afl a further rcnlt it Is Udlev-.l In
some foie'trn exchin.'H circle that a ron
olilerable accumulation of checks will
vemti-r 2t were. Sliver. J39... 1T2, and
(told. S14.J72. a total of J 110,1 1 1, against
i total of tl.lS "'fl nl,l i.rul vll,..., l.w.
cauti . i decline from presnt flmires, Willi... , wt.tk, .,u, j ),os?,i.t the corresiHind
nihles, Kn'.i terllnB and fr.iuc, nuy be' lap wek last ywir. Since .lanuarv 1
upected to soar. tlio exports of Kold .imounteil In $I2S,-
fVrtalti other features of the Interna, i . .'iiw-r. j: ,t.i i..ivi. aK.iln:
of New York for the week ended No- 1,1 the sport and will do nothltu to stop
It as Ionic h III" t-anu polle continues,
A number of ptominnt Msltors heie,
IncludiliK William K. 'niiierbllt. Oor-
lloral money ni.i.rketH, however, are such
I that the pritci of chocki and mM may
liot be o siTati.v in, va.-l.mco. .Money rat-H
In Iiondnn nro fry o.is and call mone i
i In iene cases is loaning us low as 1 per j U iirt
t Kni.llh b.ink nee s.n'd to l.e triad I
Mauilce I inches, tefere u the nut don menu envrta imik f iciiinniis, and in loin tlmlr surplus cash to . merle m at
'of .Mrs. Mane V.iuehi Su sel for a dl- 1"""H f .wri bv Quet n Wxjinlra .n.-what hltrhur In nrot rat.. In many
Mrs. Henry Sicgcl.
,P12 K"ld and $01.r.'.".',2k3 silver
In the corn spondlnK period last year.
WILSON AT HIS DESK AGAIN.
on Ills MfssnKe fler I'lnj-
Wahi'N'.ton. N 'V 2i - President Wll
llidlits Vanderbllt, .Jacob II. Srhlff and
others ar- said tt keinl.v Intertstivl In
the (iovi-rnor's attitude of a broad, liberal
Mr Whllmm announ 1 lo-dav tint hia
mefai!e to the State Legislature has al
teidy b.en prepard and that the Public
Service i 'ommlxsioli will r e th
greiter :-han of ld attention
ro'h'nc of his past history or reputation. -J" ' X'1 ',,c, 'Prirsentatlve of tho
lie told me he had been married be- P'-lallsts in the t'nltcd .states at the con-
in tier deposition, tnai
ihed Into marriage with a T,lc ,;,nr countries which will be rep
,en be was a mere boy. resented at tho conference Include Italv.
was dissolved by mutual Norway, Spain, Sweden, l'ortucal and
Oreeoe. The conferees will discuss the
. . ...... .. .. irrriir.
fore' rne !.'" ,,cr neposiiion, inav
in hid been rushed Into marriage with a . her countries which will be rep
Krcn 'a itlil when
.ihif'.i marr MKC
, i.reece. The conferees will discuss the
iome t me after their marrliiKe. con- n""J'u, or ,Mc Socialist In the countrl.s
t't'ties Mi Uirle, they went to Kurope which arc at war In taking the stand
arid sti- tb'-n for the first time learned nat '"' nro Justltled. In llKhtltiR for tho
t'-.r l a'le hail had a no orlous marital t'overnmrnts of their rcsp ctive countries.
,ircr Thev came to America and ltvrd Ploinlnent member of the Socialist party
nt K.irb e home at Monroe, Orance reRardltiR this vont.
. ut tj In I'-'H t"" tn'tlced that her hu- reallr.e now that In any sreat cata-
banils atte.iil n was attracted by a youne ""lysin su( h as the" present war the most
umiuii n..med Miss Charlitte llernnn, .'Vel headed people, whether rlchl or
and after a tune her husband Krew cool wrong-, are carried away by the popular
tewtrd h' He wrote her a letter. he b'ea in spite of thrlr Judgment. The war
. u tt'ilch he said he pafslonately In Km op,' It, the most tremendous event
loved Mi.s Herman and that bis affCtlou In all history and the hysteria which It
fer ti.s wife was only that of a brother has caused and will cause In the countries
tonarl a sister. .nvotved will be all the greater, ns all men
In aer complaint Mrs. K.irlc accus-s her are human and men otherwise level headed
hnslian t of Improper c.mduct toward will succumb to the. popular feeling. At
tari'ius other women whose names she the coming conference the delegatis. who
i!oc rat m ntlon. and asks the cour for come from countries not Involved In tho
n absolute dlorce. , war, will be able to look on the situation
Justiej ronipK.ns roervcu m.i oecision. . irom a normal standpoint.'
... ... . . ... . . ... . .. . .. . eoo rei'imu i'i nninirron io.o.iv. Artei-
vorce fiom Henry SieKel. Illed bl, tepoi t , ,lr"rn '' " " f,,pf ' "mcr-, .mh-h wrnom wmrtiy i-ome person liorc-1 nrrlvllll ... ,-.,., s. ; ,.. r. , , .' ,',
in the Stiprime t-onr. i'lXy !" i
wo otitis w..ie Miss Smith, n trnliiisl tr n few months aftr Hi., f.-.ilnr.. nt . - . .'.. . ... : i " U'ceivinir tne new
. , .... . , . . t . 1. . . V. .tti - l-e.'-S. n .-( .-...-. ,.r. 1.11.-. nn .tflll
iiiji.i iiiui .urn. r.no, mi were aci n-"i iht mir.ii.iini r s.uirn. .iit iiiiok inM m, f..lltl. fop cable
ui uiiscoilillici 111 ine iioiet .rineriail'l .nm. .irsrt rti' om . si.i (i-iiieoi 111 w men
and at th Slegl country place, iJilft- i eh.- charged that Megel li.nl cpou lart;
military nttaeho of the HrltMi Kmbassy,
.Mator Miirrouch ti'llr'er ''',- f"in
HAMMERSTEIN MAKES DENIAL.
.MiiMnner nsers I luiriies In llr
unril fit l.wise of 'liitorlti.
t'eear ll.imi 1 rstein t'- , his answer
: riia t 1 1 lie suit brought bv tin
Kipill.ibl i Trusi ('ompni charging him
wi:li tlimliclal Juculery In obtailiP g a
decree of foreclosure on the l'a-e of the
Victoria Th. atie, although the lease H
wood. .mounts of mmey on women, and that
Counsil In the ra-e would not dhh'Uts thli t.pttise ar.ount.d for some of bl
the rcfiree's rpnit ye:erday. and since
It is sealed in the County Clerk's olll'j
Ieses." She said she had learned several
ear ago incidentally about the dealings
It Is not po-lble to le.m the ch.uge. V. ' v" ' , . , "'"'" iieposiieu ... in.
...... .... - . .. S.egel nrlvate Innk and that she lemon.
straled with him.
ngajtist 5.101-j and
ri.oi'i. .Marks -re unchanged nt .S', I willlninslown back to Washington whs owned b th Ilaminersieln Ainuement
for check.-i and SS's for cable-. I without nn ' Unusual Incident. Co!,.Mn. i ontrolled bv IInmineisiHlii. and
Kncniraclnif slcns In the money market j ... has been ilepijti;d with thi trust com-
were offerings of new call loans a. I'- vr , TTW MONTHS DT Tl TIV WTTTITTTTQ innj .is security for tie pa.xtnei.1 of J'MI
cut. Time monev ruled o( fmitn I 'i per! UL1'- WillSlLtS. m. mi,,t,,lmlir,. f , ,.lueh.
upon which Sbscl was found gullt It
Is undei stood tlmt the carespoiultTit is
not named In the report. Supreme Court
Justice tiny will be asked to confirm the
report to-morrow '
Mrs. Slcgel was married twice She
was born' Marie Vaugbati. dattghrer of
cent, to 4J4 ptr cent, for nil periods, wl'hl
some nlliet day money offitwl at the
Next she AM two stilts to recover her
alleged rlgatx in certain real and personal
pf petty, which she sajs she was In-
ilu.'rd to -Ign nwa). She Iso asked that n.-lt
I'rrn I'nees n Defleil.
I.I.MA. Peni. Nov 2 Peru fares a de-
if Id una emi w..l ft una mini i.
iree,,,,.,,, 01 separauoil. wnien nie ,h, injKel f ..-, U,.L,.r - .g .p ,
was born .Marie augliin. datiKlirer or ,;l made with her husMnd sev. ral cars ps,,i,Tv of rr.-.cng i , . Mu
Judg.. .1. C. Vaughan. and afurward mar- ,0.ori. .u-clnrorl null and void. I ill. f , e I
rled a man named Wlhl' She was mar- -,,. t... iiaratlon agreement .ho'! .. .
rled to Mr. Slegel on April 21. is;... .Mr. aV"o ', , while erhusblnd fr "" r"""t'" f
Slcgel and she ciitertnlned lavishly In , i, veil, and ir.,0'n a yen In the event of
this clt. and thev were ptomlnent In i his death. She also sought to recover
certain social circles. c. Js. amounting lo about U'T.Oua, which,
Mrs. Sl.gel spent much time abroad, she u lb-fed, lrelude, wedding present
nnd In 1 &C 1 she was conspicuous In lem- and p.-rjonal property.
Hub) I'niiiiot t'neUer for 'I one, liol
I'nti lliilertnln lleiirers.
I.ii.misstki:. Mas N.w U. True
An .1'. lo months oel, w' s'n. e tlv death
1 if his tn ther at leilinh 1 is live I here
w.th h.s a idninilip", Mrs W Plant True
his le.iiiud to whlti Although r. it t
i to foil 'W a to e, he w sties
i leverlv itii'imli o ,initi '.'ms if .ml i
I I.unmei -le!n dealer that the moiigagi
be has foredosud lias been pild, but.
a.Imlts tii.it he owned It until Augiiit,
vliei, br .issigmd It to bis tin. mi l. tl rep
tesenl itlve. I Ale !. Andiews. lie asks
that the mist coinpniN s Mil! to i. ".train
he site if tin V i 1 tor1 i 1 .im !n the
' r:ig ' irl"sti'e Im d'sniisv.,1 neap-
e ll.V.s now OWIIM til moitgago
L 1 b- ull bi a i utv "o ibr suit
llns llml Three Wiles.
Fer-l land Plnuiy llirlc'i nrM wife
EGAN TO LEAVE PRISON.
e I. .is had three, besides atltultles"-
vii Mmc Kinnio Klschbarher, daughter
el a ImoknUir In Paris, whom he mar
rleil i U'Oi. tine son. was the result of
re u ''on.
In l'.'O", as they were crossing the At
U' . Karle became Infatuated with Miss
JM..I Kultner. a prepossessing young ."," ... .... V ,l
..f ,. .1irrri.t ivi... from the 1 ttle '". . '"-'i ui-su.iy anil lie
runner lliiilsnn Coiinly (llllelnl r
rnnued to I'ny 1, 0(1(1 fine.
Tbbnton, N. J.. Nov. 2!. An arr.inee.
nient has been nude for the paymint of
the fine of $l,noo imposed on former
County Collector Stephen M. Kgan of
'.! i oi a oiliereni le iiuni iiic . ,., . . - , - . -..
Kren.a woman, and Uarle confessed to ' . ,h TSVLJ- h.." C0,.,.
i.. ' that Miss Kuttner was his "soul
orker C V. staying at ' ""I""- ''V Suptme Court
use in Moio-oe. when thV anlst cc Sw ay.e ,or Illegally lending c
it the Slate prison since .tunc 20
His sentence of from one to seven
rr.itf or "aftlnlty." Miss Kuttner was
tttt . r it
,.no;m..t'th;.t I,m and his fu'-rt v,"'" commuted 111 Jul)
- - I'lttfimllt'kt ftn (n
LET NEWSPAPERS PICK HEAD
FOR POLICE, SAYS DEVERY
This, He Thinks, Would Soon Right All Troubles
---Calls on Gen. Bingham to Prove Ex
istence of Hired Murders.
When ask d at bis horn.
i away last night what lie
In Kar K.,. k- b.
m fear of their lics
knows of the I "It is a bit surprising tha the net get .
. r ,.-...-,!. ... .i ,,ir,l,.r ,,.' uiiii'i iK.r-eiei-i anu piceni insirici M-
county ''' . .. i torn.y. Charles s. W'hliman. has not
last, the , in .'i' "" "'" I e.i ... (1,..,. IIme h.im before the Cr.in.l
if. h .1 aureed to senarate. and that winner, lormer pome v.n.-.. s...u
j'trr s .' had obtained a divorce he would ,.'' ,, . . , "You como to the wrong person, young
nurrv Miss Kuttner. ... 'T.Z .V ' " ' ; ' V " .'".Vc ' man. I know nothing of such a Mifcm
s.m.min. i nf tlni vfir Tirln nmn ltn"tr during Ills term of service at the ' ", ,
September I of that ear Earle : came of hlrIltf nmrdercrs.
... .'"""..V.... .t.n.tn , most of the day and Is probably one of I "Why not It.tetvlew Ren. Theodore Hlng-
Wn he retumfd to Monroe the natives ,,n causes for his good health. ham. former CVmmlsbloner of the Itepart-
nut h'm In mass, ujis t hi' buggy and
TO CHECK CONSUMPTION
inr'y mauled him. .Miss Ku'tner went
Mo i' ding for a time and then she nnd
Kar'e sailed for Kurope together. Mrs.
Karle got . divorce li France and In the
f l'.owing March Karle and Miss Kuttn r
wrf married. They returned to Monroe
In April, lifiu, anil on July 31 of that
'-.ii- Mrs I-rle No. 2 gave blith to a
T ouble was not long In coming. Karle
e') ted to his wife nursing her child and
mti k :nr, she said. She had hlni coni
"d to the county Jail at Cioshen, and
vte in his cell Karle spent much of his
t.m- writing poetry.
Tuberculosis WreU" Will Slnrt
Neiv Clilnpnlgii AkiiIiisI lllsense.
The Hoard of Kducatlon and the De
partment of Health have coopeta'.ed to
open "Tuberculosis Week" to-morto'v
with frte Uctuics on how to prevent the
Jur '.o make good or letract his etate-
H.g Hill was asked what he thinks nf
the Police liep.'irtmi-nt of to-day and he
replied: "All at sea "
As to the solution of the police prob
lem, the former chief said:
"I was in ver mo e h-'iiik Ii mv Pfe
wh.n I say this- The newspapers of New
Kidnaps Ills Son.
v - Karle No. 2 obtained an annulment
r " m.iii lace In December. HMO. utld
t .e in' a i time Karle bad found another! .
.. l-l ...... ..! I.. 1.A ...re.... jtf r-npll.ll.1 ! IH
Pur'1 Iitinn, an art student. They Hed
'o Kurope together In Trance the pair
' ui a violent quarrel, and Miss Dunn
cam. baek to New Vork no longer on good
lftl.1 with Karle.
I.'si than a vear ago Karle. with the
e or mim Charlotte Herman, iil-1
.rl..'u u..,. 1I.....1.I V,. hi flrkt '
ment of Police of the c'.tv of New Vorlt.
who at a bannuet at the Waldorf-Astoria,
while the corks weie Hying and r.t water . otk have alwas taken lively Interest
Mowing in abundance, made the statement ( In the affairs of the Police Department
that within a few blocks of the baniiuet i In tn opinion, If the heads of the various
table were the heailipiarters of a gang 1 newspapers In New York weir to gather
that would commit murder for a s'ipii. ! ln conference and sel.ct a man who In
lated figure'.' He did not -state the loci ; their opinion would be fitted for the posi
tion, whether It wa east. wist, north or ' tlon of Police Commissioner and their
couth of that famous hotilr. i recommendation was taken b the Iaor
...... ..vo '", i""r"i ""' "I know eviry uo..k and corner ot tnai and this man was appointed the appo.ntee
spread of consumption. Sixty (if the Ice- I neighborhood and I knew It before lhc,tli the backing of the .Major and the
imrs o. ..e uni.nv.i 10 mu ihii.hu i Waldorf w.w built and since anil I lin ) pu.n would be able to make the Police
schools evenings and in other tusti- J(.t u, hear of there being a murdurei s' ; I lep.irtment of the city of New York the
t'ltlons. I heaibiu.irters In that vicinity. I body which it should be but which It is
The talks will bo givin in all of the I - ),ellee Unit (leu. lllngham as a good. ! pot now
boroughs during the week by phyidclans , law-abiding eltlien should come to the' "Mu; heaven deliver us from the rcconi
utid nuisea of the Hoard of Health A , (rout and sa where thin- headiiuarlei s mct-ilation of a theorist. Let us have a
"THE BIG STORE'
both sides SIXTH AVE., I8IHTO I9U2 STREET
mmJlleef me ml
HrH: Green Stam ps FREE
With Purchase of $1 or More. Present Coupon
7775 COUPON GOOD TUESDAY ONLY' -a
UI lill'i; t.lll.l.N Tl: MUM
T VMI - III i (.1,1 I S 1 M.
I'll I er- i"i I in ii,i-e i' d .
I itelioon and 'M dreei. - ,11 :
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Cut out this Coupon. It is good for 50 (FIFTY) HW
Green Trading Stamps FREH with purchases of $1 or more
Tuesday only, December I.
These 50 FREE stumps arc of the same kind as those
which you would ordinarily obtain with your purchases.
Sunday Sun 11 29 14. J. B. GREEN HUT CO.
Notice to Charge
All charge purchases, made to
morrow will be entered on bills
rendered January 1st.
ANNEX BUILDING - HOME FURNISHINGS-
pamphlet on "Pulmonary Tuheiculoslb'
will be distributed at the Itctures.
This Is the largest concirted effort
nlult education in preventive medicine
ever attempted In this country.
are. Such statements as thl keep many iactlc.il man for that position This
from coming to the :tj. as tV would me story in a nutshell, joung man."
NEWS OF THE STOCK EXCHANGE.
rr"'ei Karles son. Harold, bv his llrst
n'f. M'ne IVdibachtr, from a tichonl at
I i dottc-Heinron, Tuince, and both were
artt. p. I
M s f..ule No, H, who had then started
i i.t foi I'vorce, testified at the kid
i 1,'V'iic tnai ih.it Karlo had frequent
1 ii h- i Sh'- said she considered hltn
da ige 'ijs to women and children,
1' t vst M s Karle also testllled that
In-, w.- a consummate actor and not'
Chnunes In I'lrm I'nrt nersblps anil
The Stock Kxchange weekly bulletin
announces the dissolution of the firm of
Harrett, Hodewatd & Co. on November
30, Charles Sinn, has retired from the
firm of Herrlck, llerg & Co. Charles K.
Knoblauch's new addres will be at Hchuy
Ier, Chadwlck & Hurnham, 10a Hro.nlway.
and John J. Harrett's new address will
be at Hayden, Stone & Co., 25 llro.nl
J, !'. Plersou, Jr., & Co. have dlscon
At the trial Karle bragged tlnued their branch office at H7UU Hroad-
, s ' ,lli-,it" phrase s known when- ...... Charles K. Lewis & Co. have onened
Pie i;nglib languago Is spoken. ia hranch office In St. Paul, .Minn., with
T cini't awarded the custody of thuja, resident pattner.
i i to m j;arle .no. . iuer i; u ic
I 'l Miss lleim.lll WPS
wnnian, my real alllllltV"
FOUR FIRES IN PATCHOGUE.
lii'llinlli.ns Tlmt All Were of Iih'cii-
' ' 'ii" .11, I,, I., Nov. SS.--l-'otir Ih'")-.
.-1 i , b ive been incetiillary, made
v.ts fo, the lite and police depart-
m.! tn..-, in rn.ng. All of the tlr. s
SAID TO BE PICKED BY TRAVIS.
Kipecteil A pp ol ii I men Is In
t on. pt roller's llepm-l nieiil.
Kilgeno M. Travis, Coinitrollcr-elect, Is
expected to anu lUnce wltlun a few das
these appointments In bin department:
Capt. John Hoyle. Jr., who was as
sistant to Krederk'k C. Tanner in the last
campaign, to be attorney lo tho tiansfcr
i,nnr.iU..r of Thn tlron! William
ered in time lo prevent loss of ' it()1,i,.s,m to l.e transfer tax appraiser
i of SurfolU county, Jeremiah Wolf to bo
transfer tax appraiser for Nassau couniy
and John Kntwlstle to be. transfer tax
ppr.ilser of C-ueWlis county.
' 'vcrc iivi fires at the home nf
in.' Kn iiis In l-'urin m's lane, Tne
i s M-;rl in ,i closet in rubbish that
"ii siturated with kerosene.
't.- w..rd the garage was on fit o
Has i.'jrieil to the ground. Tho
" 'o the haise was fM0 and to
r"w i ll.es weie at the home of Mr.
' 'i ("int'us in .Maiden lane and John
ii Kui man's lane The odor of
' Has delectrd ut bolh of these
SUICIDE WITH A RAZOR.
Ilrn.irord A. .More, I'llisblnit Nlimer,
Kills .Mlinself III llatl.ri.oui.
Hradford Arthur Moro cut his throit
with a razor In the bathroom of bin
home. 107 Amity street. Hushing, ycsler-
. .. 1 .1 s.'..lrw.l ...wl .tl.,,1
I'liFORD RETRIAL IN JANUARY, before the nrrlvnl of a phyMclnn. He was
37 earH old. He was nass soloist at
.H.iriler I a,e Will Conic I p on the
V.- sr snv 2S.Tho second trial of
ii , ii'tford, Jr., on the charge of
" '"' ' u 1-rank J. Chile, the Albany
1 l'je. u.,ii .,,, .1,,, w.in, r,.iirliiv'
nnreim ( tll ,,ly
tr ii y .,...i
lT'i'l who was released on ISS.OfH)
vir ' ,'tteaaing Wllllblou Academy, at
on Mass where ho was ti pupil
1 ' T ten a year after the body of tho
" ' i 'as found on the Alhany-SclK'-
l'( I'U rti.iA
EM iUARTFR Of A CENTURY
SqUPVT CHINA, AND GLASS Rl
0 f Artistic
At Reductions of
'"THIS Sale presents an opportunity which the Christmas
Cift-seekcr cannot afford to overlook. It involves the
entire HIGG1NS & SE1TER stock of magnificent Chinese
Vase Lamps, with their wonderful silk Mandarin shades
woven to match the design of the vase.
You may purchase these Lamps now at one-third less than
the plainly-mark,ed, regular prices - in themselves extremely
moderate for such splendid Lamps. To illustrate S23.H
for a $35 Lamp: $33.33 for a $50 Lamp; $43.33 for a $65
Lamp: $52 for a $78 Lamp; $60 for a $90 Lamp (shown above);
$66.67 for a $100 Lamp.
the Dutch Heformed Church nf Klukhlng.
for several yerus he was i clerk ill the
II ink for Saving In Manhattan. Ho
was born In St, Catheilnes, Canada.
Mrs. More Is n member of the choir
of St. Michael's Koman Catholic Church.
There l a daughter. Dorothy, 0 years
District Attorney Alnxrinder old,
Tho Jury in the llrst
friends of Mr. More, say they know
of no cause for his ending his life.
W III lime II ii nee fur (lliilll).
The Miriam liottllrb Aid Soclely will
bold lis annual enterlulniiieiit and ilnnce
at the Hotel Knickerbocker next Satur-
!' trlet Attorney Alexander refused to day. This organization suppllm ibsenln
"""sht that he had dluwcrcd new poor with money, food and midlcal at-t-M'Jv.ico
in tho cane. . tcntton.
Bronzes, Marbles and Bric-a-brac
At Reductions of One-fourth
These are the unusual kinds of artistic things Gifts of per
manent value, such as beautiful Miniatures, I leads, Busts,
etc., in Bronc and Marble, Ivories and many other charm
ing art novelties at one-fourth less than the regular prices.
These Saks commence promptly a 9 A. M. Tomorrow.
Q) Urart Retail China and Glass Store in the WffldVQ
9&11 EAST 37 ST., NEW YORK
(H MO. - SpjaiM .TUfefv
Savings lto Off the Regular Prices in Tomorrow's Sale of
S3.C9 $2.95 S2.!)r
Worth of Rich
In preparation for it we cleared out the entire stocks of several large factories,
first, however, assuring ourselves that EVERY PIECE IS UP TO THE HIGH
The cuttings are the very newest, the patterns simply lovely, and the pieces
just such as will make excellent Christmas gifts.
We enumerate a few of the items, but COME TO GREENHUT'S ANNEX
BUILDING TOMORROW and make your own selections. You will be amply
repaid for the time expended.
$5.1)5 Cut Class Handled Wine De
canters (us illustrated) at
$2.25 Cut t.lass Oil or Vinegar
Cruets (as illustrated) at
$5.95 Cut Glass Cracker Jars new
shape (illustrated); at
$10.25 Cut (ilass Water Sets 1-pint
tab e tutiihiers anu rotlector (as c
$5 Cut (Jlass Ice Tubs large size
$5 Cut Class flower Vases -12
inches high (as illustrated); at
$5.50 Cut Class Fern Dishes full 8-inch sUo
(as illustrated); complete with so
fernery and renector; at
$2.05 Cut Class Tall Footed Com
ports at . .
JSc Domino Sugar Colder
Domino Stijfnr Hold
?l.!5 Oil Cruel",
$.r Oval Fruit lion Is
$5 Tall Comports
$2.'J5 Tull Comports -at
J5.9.-I 1-t-lncli flower Vnses ?
$2.95 Water Jms
-at . .
$1.50 Sliced l.emnn Dishes
St. '.15 linn Don Dishes
$1.05 Deep Howls
$2.50 Deep Trull Kouls
Crcnm - Q(
anil Crcnm ?2
i W.'Xi Deep I'ruil Howls
ivi, '.).". Deep I'i nil Howls
$5 Drop Pruil ItowK
$0.15 Deep I'ruil Howls
i .f2.'.)5 Sucnr
I $:.5() Stigur
(S5 Suk'ur nnd Cream Sel8 t'2 Cjy
S!2.1)3 Wilier Hollies
I $,1.!I5 Water Hollies -at
; $2.50 Celery Trns
$3.95 Mi'jonnnlsr Sets
512,511 .Miijoniiiiise Seis
in $.'1.!I5 Cou-rcd Huller
$1.50 Fern Dislies complete n nh
leruery anu reiiecinr, l
SI Water Sets with
Sl.'l Water Sels llh
,?2.!5 S-incli Flower Vnses $"l QQ
at J,.C. !
$:i..r0 10-imli Flower Vases SO rn
sl 89 '5 ,0lncl, low,,r Vasos s2 95
2 95 s',r' wi,u I)i,!,n,ers () 95
Win,. Decanters- "95
.uOUBLE i.-M: STAMPS MORMNGS SINGLE Mf STAMPS AFTERNOONS.