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THE EVENING VORL Dp TU E S'DAY. OCTOBER 3, 1922. ' . . , , l' YSMRS RAIZEN PLANNED KILLING WHILE IN R DA Testimony Taken by Com- ( mission Down Soutl Piled in Brooklyn To-Day. y Mrs. I.llllnn nalzen. confpsqod layer of Dr. Abraham Gllcksteln, ( planned tho slaylns In Klorldti after a had trono there In nn effort to heraeff of Ollckstcln's alleged In fluence over licr, according to tcstl mony slvcn by Albert J. Ulcliardson, oao of the proprietors of the Semi tele and the Royal Palms Hotel, Jacksonville, Fla., before a commls Won sent from Iirooklyn to tako the testimony of various Florida wlt- a avot?w v J-r lull i t. v vui ti--j w w .j v. i ' V. Qallacher and Abraham Kcselman, counsel for Mrs. Ralzcn, were the commission. They took the testimony three weeks ago and their records were filed In County Court, Brooklyn, to day. Mrs. Halten was in Florida In No Tember, 1921, Just prior to the murder of Dr. Gllckatcln. She was living nt tho Royal Palms and went to the Seminole to talk to Richardson. "She asked me If a woman could buy a pistol In Florida,' said Richardson. "I told her I did not know. After she had gotten some ln- formatldn at tho desk, she came back io my desk and told me that sho had gotten tho Information sho wanted and that she would leave Jacksonville l IWueoday mornlntr and sot Into ,fi 'Savannah in the afternoon and would reach New York on Friday, ana wld kill him on Saturday, and flimrlav It came out in tho paper. "But eho told me that she had gotten a pistol while she was standing there. She stood there arm lamea with me until 1 went off watch, nnd I, walked home with her. Sho oicne p the pocket-book and showed mo ?o plrtol. Sho told ma what she was rolng to do: that she was going to walk In his office, and she took this thing out of her handbag and pushed it up against me like that, and said 'I am going to stick It up against him and kill him." Among tho witnesses examined were Miss Alice J. Richardson, lira. Selma J. Andrews and Mrs. Mary E. Rob bins, all stopping at the Royal Palms, They all expressed tho belief that Mrs. Ralzen's talk and actions indl oated sho was Irrational, at least ro far as Dr. Gllcksteim was concerned Four alienists havo declared Mrs Ralzen Insane, but two others hav given It as their belief that she ! aane. It was because of this conflict that County Judgo Martin appointed the commission to tako the testimony of the Florida witnesses. It la expected Judgo Martin wilt et an early date for a public hear' g, at which ho will formally decide. whether Mrs. Ralzen is sano nnd tnust bo tried for tho killing, or that she-Is Insane and must bo sent to the asylum for tho criminal Insane Matteawan. orsets to Aid Women's Health Not foe Beauty, Are Coming Back Display at Brooklyn Health Show to Be Important Feature Will Make for Better Babies. Corsets arc coming back. Not since tho edict from I'm Is that to the skirts of the modem Ainer- can woman must 'bo added suverut Inches of material lias fair femininity ccelved such a shock. For the past few years corsets "have been pine- Ically unknown, and It Is almost Safo to. say that ,tlio flapper has nuvei known the ;-cstralnlnir Influence of the boned nether garment. I lie lumci. Iiuut-I. fiiuiMn 'm i SIXTY YEARS MARRIED, LUDWIGS TO CELEBRATE Lraoklrn Pioneer SllTcrmlth t Wire to ne arreted by -l oi Their Proarnr. Sixty years of marital bliss will celebrated by Adolph Ludwlg and his wlfo Wllhclmlna at their home, No. 3 Westminster Road, Flatbush, to-mor row. They will bo surrounded by thcl three children, nine grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. 3Iarrled thrco score years ago by Pas tor Schramm In Manhattan, both are In excellent health and well preserved but no festivities will mark tho eclcbra lion due to tho ccrlous illness of a son Iri-law. , Ludwlj came to this country In 183 f.rom Weimar, Saxony, Germany, on ; nllinr vpskpI thiit took fi.l rlnvH In I'rn.u. 1 the ocean. Ho was apprenticed to learn me iraao oi eiivertmun, nna later fx tabllshed himself In Brooklyn, w lie id Ii was succexsfii!. He .retired from active business twcnly-olx years ago. Ill wife, nco Slraat, whs born In Ontario, "anada. mrcs oi mo live ciniurcn mat niessea he union are mill mivo--Jlrn. l.ugene Dillcilrrcic . Mrs. Emma uuccl and Wallln Ludwlg. Ill Ills younger days Mr. I.U'IwIr w pioneer In ihc N' York Turn Ve rein, a fharter member Of thn Uobokcn 'ruin Vereln, an uctlvo member of th ' Id Maenhcirehor of PhlludolpMit and forty yeHre a mt'inlirr of Pytlagora Lodge, No. S6. F & . M. self unneceHmirlly hiiVoip tnivull In childbirth. It menus-then thai her contribution to the human fnml'y emlnj with her Hint baby, for she will not koi thiotlgh so palnrul ii n expcrii-nci' .incond tline. "It Is not for the slim waistline. tho silhouette or uhy'.oC 'fashion's die tutcs that 1 advise , tho wearing o' 'orsots," she c(nclulaV"m,t 'cniiMf jf tho fuct that the lower organs o' the femalo body icUlre their support. Therefore, as n.nt of the health edu cation, corsets will play nn Important art." appearance not as an adjunct of tho curefully groomed Woman but rather us' a guaruntco of better health, per fect physical posture uiid ua an In- surance for belter baud's in in? futuic. " As a sponsor for the coitet Ash Marjorio Martin, Executlvo Director of tho first "Natlonul Standardized Health Exhibition, which will bo held In tho 23d Regiment Armory, Bedford and Atlantic Avenues, Brooklyn, during tho week beginning Oct. 7, JEST STARTS ROW THAT ENDS WITH SHOOTING OF MAN Crowd Wntehincr Funeral Sees Young Husband Seriously Wounded. Hundreds of people were lined on the sidewalk at Second Avenue at lOCt.i Btrcet watching n funeral procession pass through that section this morn Ing, when Domlnlck Vlgglano, twenty four, No. 20S5 Second Avenue, came out of his homo and started to his work as a, longshoreman. Four rrien stepped from the- crowd and stopped VlgglanD. Tcrsons on tho sidewalk heard heated words pass between them". Suddenly one of tho four drew a pistol and tired twico nt Vlgglaft). He fell with bullet wounds In his fleck and back. Tho men ran People carried Vlgglano into shop. Ho was taken a fow minutes later, in a serious condition, to Re ceptlon Hospital. Meanwhile someone had telephoned tho police and re serves under Capt. Ixionan and Detec tive Ryan came In automobiles. They found the neighborhood quiet when they arrived, but learned, they said, the name of Vigglano's assailant. Tho shdotl;ig, tho police eald, grew out of an argument and fight last night when Vlgglano Is reported to have beaten n man who twitted him about not being a father since ho married two years ago. GREEK TEMPLE ON SITE OF OLD COCHRAN HOME Dtincraggln, which tho lato William F. Cochran, millionaire carpet manu facturer, Vtnllt at great cost on North uroaoway, onKors. nearly fifty yeara ago ana which Is now part of .Sumuul Untermyer's ostate. Greystone, is to lie demolished and a Greek temple, built In Its place. Thoro Is nlrtady a Greek temple, a Grecian garden and a Grecian amphi theatre on the Greystone estate. announces that there will bo on cx hlbltloln several makes of cortTcts for cvury. possible kind of feminine. Ilgure. Miss Martin has had unusual oppor tunity for studying tho physical con struction of members of her sex. Ah u result sho Is ono of tho most ardent supporters for tho proper girdling of the feminine form. 'The corset, 1 am convinced, will have u direct bearing on race suicide," suld MIhs Martin. "A woman Is sv constructed that tho vital organs re quire tho support of a proper fitting corset, wncn sue discards that sup port sho practically assures for h. i- TO-MORROW'S FEATURLS . AT AIT1 MN si i: in' I Ml JAMAICA RACES $3,000 Belgrade Stakes The Eldorado ,M 4 OTItr.lt frLTKUII COThl" 1'lltST IIACI". AT .: I'.. M. SlT.t'lAL. ItACn TrtAINB leave renn. Blatlon. 35d Ht. bi1 7th Av.. alo n.tbuHi M:, llroolilya, at 1 JO, ami Ht frcilutnt Intera1n mi In t.W I . M. lrtlal rar rrfrru for lJtair. TlfKiilar trBliis leaUnii Pcnn. Hlallun ul 2.00 and Tlatbufh Av. at 2.00 I. M. Ion at courir, Aloo reached by Let Av. to 1UUIH St . Jamaica, thviiea by trolley. tlllAMI STASH S3.H1. IM'LUIIIMI TAX. ONE I , I the hef less I qfMioYork. Wj I Sptat drjntled by m allien oAff.r Ydtk. irmsriN m , MIIROCM lunfiten Lampt our Warn Rag. Prlti 10' TO (SO ,8fl 2.1 inn MTno i.on .ts Evry itylt Bud tin prapartlonttaly rtductd nur Prlcti n Llghtlnr FUturei an lowiit In ha oltv. Metropolitan Elect.SupplyCo A W.06,KST FITZR0Y345II VISIT OUR SHOWROOMS n Originated by & J' Horlick's HORUCK mi aw'alillaaiwa' .Tfafl Old Reliable Kouad Packase W Ttic ORIGINAL Malted Milk Usel successfully for oVer 13 cchlury. Made under sanitary conditions from clean, rich milk, llth extract of ouc specially malted grain, 'the lood-Drlnk l prepared by stirring the powder In er. Infants and Children thrive on it. Agrees with the weakest stomach of the Invalid and Aged Invigorating as a Quick Lunch at home or office. Ask For and Get HORLICK's , at Fountain. Hotel. Restaurant. thus Avoiding Imitations SUBSTITUTES Cost YOU Snme Pric 'WYVVlWalajli.-.. -. m.imi VP fp RPOOrCI .VN - t&ntriocCi, Ucremoit Specuitik Oppenheim.llin& FULTON STREET-BROOKLYN rHE FUR MOTIF THIS SEASON RECEIVES DUE EMPHASIS I N THE COATS ON DISPLAY IN THE SALONS OF OPPEN HE1M, COLLINS & CO. THE MODEL PORTRAYED HERE IS A SUMPTUOUS CREATION IN PANVE LAINE, WITH LUXURIOUS COLLAR AND CUFFS ,OF RICH PLATINUM WOLF, THE WRAP SLEEVE AND BLOUSE EFFECT IS EX CEPTIONALLY CHIC. 98.00 A Special Offer Tomorrow. Misses' Fall Coats Coat of Verly or Bolivia with gcn erous collar and cuffs of Wolf. A most unusual value at the price. 59.75 MISSES' DEPARTMENT-3RD FLOOR 750-752 8Ave. fllBc 0: r. Corner 46 St. pur Easy Payment Plan Applies Everywhere Within 1M MMea of N Y We Furnish Apartr-ents and Home, on Weekly or Monthly Pnvmrnt, n - it. 3 icwe u w. .c in m.ihogany finish in seats: 3 pieces; as Illustrated iPholsteietl; Indestructible springs 9 cL COLUMBIA GRAFONOLAS from J30 Up on Our Easy Payment Plan. October C o -lumbla Rec ords on Sale. Motor Truck Dillverles Free Within 100 Miles of New York. .50 Km VANITY TOILET TABLE FInlshert In Ivnrv as llluctratcd $25.98 Comrlcte t me of NT.W HOME SEWING MACHINES on Cifdit up lo J110 Open Monday and Saturda Evenings. 46th St.750-751" AVE- 8th Ave. fen? mvtt w ltl-theUtV trices Wimtmsm- - - "-m uaiancemiwumonms 7- -p e, . , ... i ... YjvtM- rit- . s V- Titr wu-uiuu, jdbi uirer uic same con- CWobcr Occasion makMtts debut with KSJU Se-jF HmfM fe-Gjl venience u Ciual. in very liberal Credit M very uniuual values To male a pur- AJf - ' -Z 'If:. - ZTZ , .! term. You can pay o cash and the I C your rme4 w"lv furnurTof"' cftt -M-- - Bifr A" Tslti"' " Ivi ' baknce t0 ,uit Vour convenience, within I tinction and reliability, but to enjoy $3 -.J-fe'iW - .Inlffl empnMaedut youUit TSler oneof U large vmgs as well, (or Spear s pnecs flkfc - M the Spear stores early, tomorrow monv are guaranteed the lowest in the city J"--- .. rr : ..: ffi ing ifyou can. akr y?r mac mimjvewper msrm ii'Hj HOOSIER Kitchen Cabinets BY acclni on of ihcie libot .ivlna outfit, vou can apcreciatc how iRirotiant a riff, it would play In )our homr. alio tihi will be delighted when you fend out how eaiy It Is for yuu to own one, foT you ran hsvc a Itoovier Cabinet delivered to your home for at little as lo lull your SI WV dcllCTS AYourl own con venience LfturHoosiERN FREE! with Hoosier42 in. Beauty Cabintts, this $7.50 Set of DEXTER CUTLERY Dutmg (he October Occaiion Speat'i will give FREE a euperb act bf DEXTER DOMESTIC SCIENCE kitchen cutlery, Regularly actling for $7.50. Theat utenaila fir the iprclal corn pan men t of the Mooticr 42 in. Beauty Both Stores hoosier Tables & Chairs Aa a iprtiil October Occaiion ofTcr, wr Itat ' pricrd our complrte ctillrcllon of irnulfir Hooalcr white rlamrl porcelain lop liulien table, and while enamel chairs at tcry at. traaivc prtcca. TABLES CHAIRS 9.9J Ha Ruge play a very Important ; ffly F" n thij extra value op. I , Kl rortumry. An oterune Ifcj R tolltctionofroomanjodd I' (yt? tixt-i ruti In Wilton, el- p, ; BjU vctat Axminiitet, Wool IS 4 Igg fcbr,etc,otfrTfJtptke IJ htV that arc guaranteed the rV 1 loweat In the ctry BothSlora "Extraordinary!" DINING ROOM SUITE C.25 WHAT we aay of thla October Occaalon offtrlng will not impr eia you ai 3 muh aa a tingle glance at It. Of Queen Anne Dcalgn theat 4 plccca In combination American walnut are of aturdy conltructlon, the evpoaed pana being of 5 ply veneer. Tbt duat'pttxf draweti arc of rich mahogany, Tht aulte conalats of 66 In. buffet, china ctotet, oblong dining table HS x 60 Ina.l which cxtenda to fi feet and endoted aetvlng table, Other Dining Room Suitci from $235.50 to $1650 Both Stores Oftetof theae anttojt mahoganvor American walnut gate leg table will brighten up your home to a marked dctrce. During thla event they ate priced far below their worth. Varloua abc ftom 26 s 36 In. to 54 x 54 In. WINDfOK fit 1.50 TABLES Zvup CHAIRS Beth Stout ARMCHAIRS For this Occaalon th famoua Singer Uoholitflcd aim if chuu, wln chaira 4 no roctera at unutual mirklnfa, Varioua deafgnt in tapeatry velour, damaik and mohair upholiteringi. The model illuttrated Doth Slut 69" "A Value Triumph!" BED ROOM" SUITE $J Q1 .75 STEAK'S certainly Jo aft the record tot loweit.ln. the. city price, ry oferlni fad -J' JL thla cxqulilte Tudor petlod bed loom aet at thla price. Built hy maer trada men of combination American walnut, ihc 4S ln.drrner,chlrorobe,bow end hedatearl and vanity dteaaer are upcib.toaay the lean The expoaed pana arc of 5 ply veneer. The duit-proof Jrawcra aieof rich mahogany Other Bed Room Suites from $213.50 to $1475 . Both Sloret . "Marvelous!" LIVING ROOM SUITE $n Qfl.50 TO ADD thla torgeout ovetitufTcd living room tuite to your home la to add Jf lifelong comfort and beauty Simple yr diatiwtlvr. the diri v thla aulte tt the thokr of the mutt diiittiiiinatlng It h urholttcted In high giade tapturv the conn ruction through, out being of cacelUnt quality 1 , Other Living Room Suites from $97.50 to $2500 Beth Stora Dining Tables &. Chairs Avery aubatantlal outfit, very unuaually priced. Queen Anne dciign, finlahed In American Walnut. The amallcM depoait will bring thla fine suite Into your home TADLCS 39-M CHAIRS '8 S Both Slant Enolander Windsor beds Nattnally known. Attractively priced during thla Ouuber Occanon. In various finUhc. complete with Cnglandrr guars tv j a teed rust proof spring. Each f' Doth Store Dressers & Chiffoniers For our October Occnlon e orfer a col lec tion ul Clolden Osk Drrcra and chitfurobct at vfrv large saving The dengns will tm pftn yuu as fully as the quality .30 16 95 and 23 16th Slrtel Sttrt Only Bed Springs All alira for wood and metal beds Aa low n 6 4S 22-26 WEST 34th ST. ?rwo SPEAR stores 6th AVE. at 16th ST. Cotton All siira for wood and metal I'cdi As low as Mattresses 8" PONT LOSE MOTHER HAIR! 35-ccnt "Danderinc" will Save Any Man or Woman's Hair Delightful Tonic See Dandruff Go! Cnl, loiils lit luiir lull mil .ikI illtn lilllfl Nrvlril lili'iill- .1 li.'llil i pot -InirlK 1 1 1 1 1 I liMiilrnnr n in nr III! Ii "I 'I'.H llr!llil i III Inli.i .ni I lie i i 1 1 1 ul i i I i. Ii it li ul ii'mlrnir li I'm. I In 1 1 : 1 1 rn it puri ti I hi tl I - I I l'i i-i iIlIII illt i ill I 1 1 1 v it Ii ,i . il- ! 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