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TBI I7ININ0 WORLD, MOKDAT, JAHUAKT 10, 1918.
WIDOW PLANNED TO KILL : SWINDLER EDGAR ! BEFORE JACKSON (Cob tram Vint Pa afta la Jaateaaa'a etaearaenl tnat ala Mttwr OUa waa raaklnc pmflta i m ft-lnrtrfa f-alanlaatlon e 'h'ne la flarilml o . and would ae-tile all olalma aa4 quaah the eoart prcetinaa hara. 9mm asma anoroo whlnh in never ; jaafcatai to atiae wnon. aba. Bamr id a month aao that Jaolion waa to ba a-aveed oa trial and wo iW blr be oonvlrted. It xrae than ahe I tha aVoellbre revol-ear wnioa rtaioulea aa a toat, Jne want out of I ar nM wttim aba that Jarkann waa really, to ' and thara waa no chance of aet ny at bar money baok," aald Mia to-day. "Sha name to ma one I after I had ini to bad and triad a with rh Utile r vulvar. ; aha waaaad to MM ma and . klR haraaU. I took tha revolver y from har anil rtad It. Then ana aaraaeeteO (bat wa turn on tha aaa and i 41a together I tanked har out af that arujact. but watched her carefully GOT LAST MONEY "ROM JACK SON TWO WEEKS AGO. "Mr. Jackaon came up and paid ua our laat anoney for expenaea two weika aaa. Ha atlll Inalated tha lie woulJ nerer come to trial and told ua of ne atlatlone he aabl ware under way look. ln to a erltlement of the Caere aKalnet blia. But he had loot hie power to run- I vtnce MM. Barry; aha knew the rnU , tta near. "On laat Monday morning ahe eluded aaaj and left the liouae. Hhe win font four bOWl While aha waa out I found aha had taken tlu from the boaeeheep taf fund I have alnca learned that U went downtown that aiumlna end bcacht the revolver with which ahe allien hrraelf. Uri. llrrry, contrary to cuatom, he aaa to look at the papera laat weak, and on Tueeilay aha learned that Jm k aoa waa to he called for trlnl the next Oay, Hhe telephoned lilm and he aetata an appointment to meet her at the Vaaderlillt Hotel for luncheon on Wadneaday. "Tint iriomtna while ae ware aat tin ready to ro to lie Van lerbllt I heard the anund of a revolver -hot In har room. Tha door waa locked. 8ha wouldn't let me In for a long time, and at laat eald I had not heard a revolver anoi dui me eounrj or a trunk lid i Attorney! alamminx 1 know now that ahe fired 1 atartea of tha revolver to ee If It would work PrON'T SHOOT FOR FEAR OF KILLING OTHERS. rr mi a Jam of people In the Vandril.lit. If Mra. Berry hiid attempt aa to ahoot Mr. rlarkmiri ahr mlcht aavs killed o thara, x.ixv,,. dian i uae har revolvri and Mr. Jaafcaoa haataned away and went baok to lila trial." Mra. Berry read of Jaekaon'l ronvlo Haas In Ihe mornlaaT paperj- of Hnturdav TIM lie! mterly aruahed her. Anil raaterday (he waa found dead In her Ith a bullet wound through her SHE SHOT HERSELF JACKSON, WHO GOT FORTUNE OF WOMAN SUICIDE F!aaaaaW J 1 -"V zJr' At W ' ' a km mm f Am E. ,R-dACK-SON lontma of MiMm to aatiaff n hoard bill of H.M. Arnone the artlelee be lonalne to Jackeoe. now- In lha hotel nre I.IM alMriea edltlona. it lai(e oil paint ;na of Of hallo nl Oeaderrxma. five enfe. plhown. wonien nata. i Ao arwfnS inxe, ff-ntv pietiifaai two ' rw -ker )ara. t" alaelftt lle lainp a home plftol. two ohl .mill, no BUtumobll hat. three ..pern hat a p.i'r f huffhlfl herae an t n Ftwdet Ml APPRAISALOF ESTATES. rrww.le Ifeadrlt-h. I eavea fropertr Kattatatea ta He Worth fi.'lt.ata. Iippulr eftate 'o'nti roller trmiatnltt"d (he fialowlna aiirlaale wf e"tnt. u"dr the lahaftthflM T.tv law 1o-do.- to tha Tranarer Taa irti . of (he Mut oaalva Court: Julia A trMeill idled atarnti MSVn total aetata U.'fcv; tat eataU after ta- ducdoin for ePnae of admlnlitratlon, ni J. II DaaMal of California idled June W. PMtl araai eet&te in Vn York. IJ4.- o he M T77 . Jamea Mora i itiad vut x imki. ffMi eetate, mo dedu-tlun I'aiillne Vnn BlhrriW of I'aterwMi. ft. J. nil I May It, 19111. BBwetJ IB New York Stale t.o No Ueuotlotie. Albeit Halne wf liMro (dll ftepl. IB. IMS i neeta tillable In New York State iis.mo; net valaa 1 1 5. a i . ItoaaJli FrtentlaataT 'dii Jan 57, 1KID1 roe -taie 3,ii7: no dwluc- HetM NNhaaaitael llaiiko ilutwerihelwi (dletl Feb 25, 110. total retete !(.,?" net tt.H! Marr d'ltellly (died July I, 1911): liiial aetate T,tTt net fri.lot. Vi'lllimn .1 Murrey)- Itlat Mov 9, linim totM netttt.- llillll net 11.61k. Wllia Huenuui Myera f Callfornle (ed N.rv. 11, IKuPi. Bnew Yalua of New T.Tk eaweta Ill.Hlt net I1I.cU Framle Hendrlcka (died MarVh 17. lilt-; aroee eetate l4 .141: net llt. 151. Morrla Htrouee .lied Mett IMS total eetate l,7t Krancru m Hnlder of New Vork Ullf filled Nov in. IWioj f0tl iene MI9 tuilifllon" for dehta and epeaaii of eilm'.nlatratlon. tl.utlT. laari-ia iir)il of feat Amelle Atirahama 'died ec 190 tolul estate. W.0M net, HUM. nn liutanan of New Jereev idlni i. i 4, UUOi: New Turk aaeete. Iii.au Net. (U,M lataru' Hlalne idler May it. Illti croai eaUU'. tel.lM, net, m. WIHIani Maher of t.'nnnet twejt (died June 21. IM); New Turk eta, 21. aki ntt. iu,iw Hella A .Tohnarm Of Khrewehurv. Maae. (dle.l le- a. I90 ealafe M.W. net, tl.SU A tea bargain No 1 4tatu7 and lUenfth that foaa twica aa WiUe I At All 224 James Butler Inc. Stores Monday Tuesday Wednesday 'ose CEYLON TEA W,ia Rooa Coffer, Oa I y 35f. a Poaad It waa at flret fbouaht ahe had ahot hereolf twice tyeeauae two i hamhera of tha revolver were empty Mlae Wl. aoa'l atory of tha haptnlna of Wednee- 1 utloi day cnornla aaplalna the second empty chamber Stlaa Wlleon aaya ahe doean't know hoar aha la aolnc to bury Mra. Berry un- . kaaj Jackaon auaranteaa the funeral ei , ar aha can aell or mortaaae the 1 nllure. Tha eulcMe of Mre. Berry la said by 1 A B. Dennleon, an attorney who aided (ha District-Attorney In preparlnu aa oaaa a n Inst Jaeksnn. to be the fourth death due to the operatlona of the con earn known aa the Jackson Brothers Really Company, No (.077 Fifth avenue. Oharlea B. Clark, a Yule graduate, kiiind hlmeelf In an uptown hotel on Thanks- alvliu Day, Ull after loaina .- In the Jack si hi venture. There waa anulher ititekle, the clrcum atances Of which Mr Daaalaoa cannot recuil. and a ljo-t i i KhooUaai o r dropped dead when ana faiiail that ti.uiu aha hud entruated to Jacksn had been laat. Jackson waa convicted of induc.nv Mra. Mary UrlrDUi of Akron. U . to UV vsan U.SM with li ii It was ml lha asoncy she had. The iaCurtt) he aevi Was 'i c')iarty tn whlah he had no title Pela-ar .IsiaVaon and nil othera aseoclated with lilm to pr'son. Aftei aftoaaallml effort and the aa peiidllure af Kteat deal of monar lennlfion has started to make good. He hae furnlehe,! ihe District-Attorney with the naatai or J0 pnranna who say Ihey were ewliHlled by the Jm keon oulllt Many of these victims are women. I'Marar Jackson made a operlitltv. aoaordlng to Dennlson, of aell Ina hold of lha property of whlows Jackson came from filathe. Kane. He wan born on a fnrm, hut was aen eially collided to Im) loo smart to waste time In lllllna the soil. After fnahlai a raaafd aa a hustler In Kan eae he came to New York and want In woik aa a aaleaman for a real es tate concern opeiutlng in Long lUnl properly CAME TO SCHOOL BUT GAVE UP 110.000 MORE. Hlnce Jackson's conviction the IHetrlct- ifflce has been Hooded With Is opctntlons Wlilch deacrlbe htm as one more resourceful nnd un aarapaaaa than the "Ul lUch Wulck" W .,1 ii cionl of Action, one Incident re lated t the I est-Vt-Attorney be-day aancraaat a number of people who came down Imii (liens Kails lint summer to are Jar! .in. They had Invested a lot of motl with dim an.l one or thorn brouahl alone -i revolver Jncksnai met them In his olllce Thai told him lf he didn't irMlui e Ihalf money they would kill him Jaohaon beauu M talk and he tallti-l teat Within an hour he hud ihe Hi. n rails delega tion in H bin lour Ina oar bound for (larleri Ott) He Uaik them oxer the around on wetSoh he had aptlotll ant explained btO plans Before tin (llrna Fil1e aVrtfll wini hOnM they had given h'.m an additional contrl- iiiiioiinUim to i-. The liirli 'cl-Attirrney has also hoard how Jackson weixt over to lloa ton t meet the tnetnbms of tha Olng lev Rynth te 'mm Maine, wrhoni he trlnune.1 out of nearly l,000.000. They rt rt'lni In a hotel room and locked the door. Jaoaaon I nh i lot. af aanafa out ol Ma paahlf. ah ad his frok coa.t and hint, hat anj I gan la talk After a few tnlntitna ha aaotatot hiaaaalf nmi tipped Into the bathroom. Opening the undow he Btapaat iil to an ex trnelon. gut Into annthrr room and ranta! at tttorniXI for lie fadlllae Hotel Com pnny to-day aalted permission from t ie Suprafni Cajlfl to sell the personal be- WATERS PiANOS Foundod IStl) A tweet musical tone is the vital thing in a piano and the special excellence of the Wa ter& Pianot is their wonderfully sweet musical tone with fine sing ing quality. Waters Pianos differ from other standard pianos in being high-data and not high-pricaa, also in that easy terms of payment are offered without interest. Examine the Waters tone and quality and com pare the rVafers prices and terms and you will be convinced that the Waters Piano or the Waters Autola player-piano is the best value and the most attractive piano proposition possible. Send postal for catalogue. Horace Waters Co. THREE STORES 1.14 l ift h Ave., near 18th Street. 1 1 27 W. 42d St., near Broadway, i Harlem Branch (Open Evenings) : 254 W. 125th St., near 8th Ave. S. Altaian $c (Un. WILL PLACE ON SPECIAL SALE TO-MORROW (TUESDAY), Several Advamce Models in Women's House Gowns & Negligees at the following exceptionally low prices: MOUSE DRESSES of Albatross, with lingerie collar and cuffs . .at $5.50 MOUSE DRESSES of Challis & Lace at $12.00 NEQLIQEES of White Lingerie, lace trimmed, at $12.50 MATINEES of Crepe de Chine, with SKIRTS to match at $22.00 ItVeifit l E a HAY'S HAIR HEALTH THE FAVORITE JACKSON ARKAIUNED ON NEW INDICTMENT IN DIN C l.EY SWINDLE. Bdaar .t.vkaon. ihqwtna "o trace of amotion oyer tha su Ida of Mrs U-rr,, waa arra.Kned blfori Jus. up lioff to day In stand trial on an Indict nent char gii, r him with defraud ln Marry at. Dlnalev, a eon or (01 par 0 eV areaaman Nelson 1' Plngliy or Maine and others out of nrirly II OOt.OM AailsUtnt 1 Htrh !-Atloine Moss aabl ha wane I the Dln(la indb-t meiit let dawn the calenoer haaaoai of ,-w Indictment, fouttsl lee. Kn-U, Tha laat In lbament harsi s K lsr jaokeoa. Oahvaaea I. Day( who is under a i rest at tiprlrkttlrld. O. ; C. J. ('. Clark, tto waa erreated on Friday us hi. was leavlntl the w tness stand after testify lag to Jackaon'a aood char ac tar and one other man of ilafraudtiiK Mr. OeurKe f. Iaede of Tonkira out of t.n. It ta ttie Intention of the Olitrlct-Attorney to push lha trial of this lndb-tment B. B. Uennlaon. a lawyer who belpeil the lr.atrlct-Attorney cot evidence aaalbet Jackson, hae been the neineats of Bdetar Jiwikeoii for nearly two years. It la due to hie efforts thai the Jackson roacern waa broken up and Bdfar Jank aon waa ooovlc'ed In IX. umO and lldO Deniraon was , aaleaman for tha Jackaon tlrm, whloh bad optkone oti property all over leu. (aland. He didn't l.ke tl.e Jackaonien ipalhoda and aullt 1 -1 k Jaokson and his brother Ollri went to (he DialFlet jttlorney and aubnilttrd evUdence upon arhlch an Indictment was found aulnst EhaBiOano Tha ehararoa ware Inveatlaated and Ootind to l baaeleaa. Uenn.aon waa honorably dlacharaed. and ki once non- hiaeaalk w aha Mak l taudiM Rcf.retl Vt mr G ve Ih'.t Invignialirg Un If To, ic tha Piefa area. It'. Ibe lasrret i;r, to keep vour hair natural uloratl i ntl i out li(iil-loiikinR.aiii ' Bra vent (rota turning aaay, it, just iu I iiuuorUtAl ai kaapinH yottf ikia in kooiI coatiitlua. Baautitul, natural colutatl buir i more Important to every wniuitti than Mytbing '! Why take cure ( you. I'oiniilaxTon anJ mat act your liair? Tin i iiileit, aaftst atul raaleet aay ii to l i. II V ll ill; HEALTH. It'i liariii'.c. . and givi iti oliila ratltfaetiua. a ir apv atiom m roatora it to it, natural .oior frtaavtt all Iraoai ol Daad j rud ami fivi vitality unit life to grey ami lllcii liair Nature Inti adatj tli i' every our shoulil air abundant, yotitbful looklha bair Doa'l neRici it - help hat aiun-j. Baauti- (ill liair It re than anything else run- tribute i loan oman'i aiiod look,. HAY'S HAIH HEALTH will balp you liave it. You'll naVOI regret Inning il when von aa Ihl iiilierrnce it makes iu your ua- praranoa. Sati . (action guaranteed or your atflDI) bank, nn p 171. . in thii adv. and take it in r Ivrjli. any ol the (ollowina drua gi. ts. otnl t a 5th) ilia bottll of 'S II Mil III' LTH ml 1 rake of HAR- I IS BOA1 KHEE, fr Hue; r i boltle of HAYS HA I It HEALTH ami cake-of HA It KIN KOAPFREE.Iorll. 1 I 1 B 0 0 0 1 e I I 0 0 I I 0 B i B 1 1U Vt7V bftoca iOim Hali .1 i Vnwrv Clearance Sale Suits, Drees9 Coats Tailored Suits, $16.50, $23.75, $29.50 Formerly $25.00, $38.00, $45.00 Polo and Auto Coats, $12.50, $15.00, $19.50 Formerly $19.50, $25.00, $29.50 Misses' Chiffon Dancing Dresses, $15.00 Formerly $22.50, $25.00 Corsets 33! Off Gossord Corset, One-Third Off A large number of the most desirable models in this famous lace front corset at prices ranging $2.50, $3.50, $4 50. $5.75. $6.75 and $8.50. Keliclta Corsets, One-Third Off Fivt excellent models, made of fine Tricot cloth and French Coutil at prices ranging $3.50, $4.75 and $6.50. Valleda Corsets, $2.95 Per Pair We are disposing of our entire stock at this price. Values $8.50 to $20.00. Made of beautiful Satin Broche, Silk Batiste and the finest of plain Coutils, in short, medium and extreme lengths. Odds and ends in Brassieres greatly reduced. James McCutcheon & Co., 5th Ave. & 34th St., Wal?0rn'a7orl. r-Jrjj-Jf r-TirJririTirirJt jrJril 1 M; E E B B B E B B B B B lyjr At 149th St. Lntrance of Subvay or Elevated. These Specials for One Week Only SCKWeekly DELIVERS ANY OF THESE ARTICLES Combination Thii Outfit. Consist I nn ol a Solid Golden Oak Extension Table and 4 ltp Seat Chairs ol Golden Oak f row PERRI-WALLA TEA ROASTED COFFEE STRAWBERRY JAN CANNED CORN mmbm Complete lor 1 1.75. LIBRARY CASE In Solid Oak 9.98 NO MAIL ORDIRS OPEN EVERY IWWW, 1 H j i'.KMS ARE 01 R TERMS I f RANCI5 H. Lt6GETT & COHPAWY 149 SL iBAUM ANflf S 1 3' AVC. The Women's Underwear Department is showing an attractive selection of Women's Underbodkes designed especially for wear -with evening costumes and made of chiffon, lace, net, mousseline and embroidery. IB. Altman & (En. will place on sale To-morrow (Tuesday) Men's D mm ported Raincoats and Dm pored Knotted Silk Scarfs at fully one-half the usual prices, as follows: MEN'S RAINCOATS at . each $10.00 MEN'S KNITTED SILK FOUR-IN-HAND SCARFS at . each The Men's Furnishing Department hasmade Large Reductions in the prices of Men's Fur and Fur-lined Coats, Cloth Motor Coats, Sweaters, Wool Vests, Motor Scarfs, Motor Robes, Fur Caps and Foot Muffs. Brk-a-Brac Department Extensive Reductions have been made in the prices of Art Objects and Bric-a-brac, including: Marbles, Bronzes, Mahogany Art Furniture, Lamps and Ump Shades, Carved Ivories, Dutch Silver, etc. Jifll) Awttnr, 3411) and 35tt) fctmta. Stan flm-. aaatl axear J w m aj mm m bbbbbbb ajajaiaaiBBra Granulated SUGAR 5 - 24c East View Eggs, rc New Laid Kvery guaranteed Si'IlICTLY J Mf.MI; aold only in aealed cartons; dozen. Pride of St. Louis Super lative XXXX; 24-lb. itR (ffj Burrel) Flour MOQdhaflC EssIe Brand California's t V4ltIHjS c-hfcat lemon elings in richest syrup; large can, aT arawSa arari Mt View delicious Cali 1 .IIPI I lifornia White Cherries in a-eaaaaxem m aVLf EssicPcars Liberty Milk Eggs Eggs rich yrUj); large can alifornta choicest Hurt let ts, luiciuus fruit rich ayrup; No. 1 can. Rich nnd fresh made; can. . . 69 IT IT 121 Sweet and Gocxl, EMPIRE BRAND, Offj selected, doz. in carton, m03 Sold in the Bean or Ground to Suit Full litxiie-J, rich blend of Mnrncaibu ami Santos ('of- Coffee fee of rare "Cup-Quality; in. 25 Crown Assorted, Royal Lunch and Grandmother's Cookies; n from best-,0,, shipments, 0lb9M best Government inspected; print, 10 Potatoes, Butterine, 12c 25c Peerless Cocoa, im,iuMv can 15 MlXed NutS. all sound and sweet; lb 13 WalniltS, from the now crop; lb 15 New Layer Figs, just imported-, n. i3 10 5w Stamps FREE S Butler's Borax Soap; 7 - 25c Best Laundry Starch, large box is Clenewel Washing Powder, llT 12e Azure Ball Blue, iw. box ioc Borated Washing Fluid, iottie ioe Strong Ammonia, e bottia 10 Chloride of Lime, 10 Potash or Lye, 1 cm s Teas 15stCP.FREE7; Coffees SOn"'"'"" 38 Maft 35 20?TbSf,o,JB-w,lh3a wtffer.rfi'eM1 Ideal Blend 25e Meat and Poultry Snecials At All the 24 James Butler Inc. Markets. Loin of Fresh Jersey Pork, ib . . 15 Fancy Backs of Lamb Chops," 1 2lA Plate Corned Beef, ib 10 Smoked Beef Tongue, ib i7 Sliced Bologna, Ham Tongue," 17f Sugar-Cured Hams, Kast view. u.. .. 18 Swift's Premium Hams, n. 19c Boneless Bacon, "net sugar-cured, ib.. & Sliced Boiled Hams, Kxtra choice, i. . 28e Prime Porterhouse Steaks, ib... 22c Heinz's Sauerkraut, crigp and white, ib. . 3 1913 World Almanac contain many rtfs f and renablc infornutlon intrrratinf relating to BENWACTIONS IN i92. II MUSIC IN 191 X LITERATURE IN 112. NEW PErlSION LAW Of PANAMA CANAL ACT OP 1912 1912 AND 25.000 OTHER FACTS AND FIGURES BEARING ON MORE THAN 2,500 IMPORTANT SUBJECTS The Price 25c. At All Newsstands. I At All 1428 James Butler Inc. Licensed Stores Old Crow Bye Whiskey, QCe H. B. kirk & Co.' it genuine Kentucky, bottle 7M Green Biver Whiskey, fiQc Kentucky's Ueat Bourbon, bottle, cut to Ot7 50 Stamps FREE tl Full Quart Old Cabinet Rye Whiskey, '1 Old Monogram Rye Whiskey, bottw... 75c Trysome California Fine Old Port, 50c Try some California Fine Old Sherry,;;;1; 50c Kingussie Scotch Whiskey, bottk 85c Superior Old Tom Gin, ertane,botti.. 75 Double 2Lc Stamns With AU Purchases Monday and Wednesday 3 aa -a