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CHARGES WIFE'S SUIT
TO SON, A MINISTER R. S. Masterson Says Young Rector Pointed Him Out to Process Server. CALLS "OTHER WOMAN" A GYPSY'S FABLE IVnuriousness ?Charged Against Ro.nl Estate Broker in Action for Separation. ?t 8. Masterson, ? real Mtatc brok i-r, who ?.?s i'i.l.Mil by .Instile Pftillbln rday to pay .?"??> .1 week alimony and . ;? 1 ?t 1250 to his wife, Mrs Kate Masteraon, who is ?suing bin for a Ktlon, tine tiled an affidavit chartins ?on, in- Re* Robert Coolldg* Master? of All 8*lints' ?Protestant Episcopal h. with nniiii.il la efforts ' ? -m ther m her wilt. .Mrs. Mas asked foi 1260 1? wsok sltmonjr and ??????- - Sled with her ? ? .vita made by ?bet ?son and lughtero, Mrs Amp ?"race Dnsenbury d .Miss 1 on?! ?' ten on. Before his wif? 1 Mr Master- ? ?v'l"" was on -?rood termi with all his hildren, of whom there are foui Under tenes that be wish.?: to confer with father, says the defendant, the Rev. ' -on made an appointment with ? nd then pointed his father out to a eaa server, who aerved the ?papers in aparatlon suit. ".My son's only ?rea? tor wishing to aays Mr. tgoa, "was to point out his father to process server. I ior.s!der this out if-eons conduct or the part of a son tow 1 his father, who has done the ve:y ? be OOUld for him for twenty-eight n Thll Is the son who has been Or nned a minister of the Gospel." Mr, Mast. 1.-on says that he and the ? : iff have hem married thirty-eight ra and that for thirty-seven yeara th?s ved happily He Mames his present mhlaa on his children, who, he all?gea ave Influenced their mother against him. Mrs Masterson allege* that her bus . has treated her cruelly .and sayi ho has failed to account for moneys b she I over to him and which * n 1 -??a as legacies from rela ahe t? Us ?shout a 1? tter a?l -? ,\ to her husband which she opened. ? waa iron, a woman, who begged? Mr ? tuse she was in 1 dl stress. v .* [mal ai ? ?' '?? ' denied all knowl ,,f the le* Mrs. Masterson truth and asked to forgive him " fh for man; -c. Mr? Maater - - her husband has spent 110,000 a for HI 1 1 ? did not properly : |j -: ? added : "He has |i ae .n ' penurioua with his family, ? t atinted himself. He even ? my daughter and I used ream In our coffee. 1 am now compelled . on an Inc itn? of 1250 a year from ther'a ? I te, with assistance from ' ren." Mr. Masterson denies the allegation wife concerning the oth? r 1 the letter which she sa* - . and explains that she con rypsy fortune teller, who told ? 1 "dark haired woman." "-?he ibt?dly has confus?! the lettn- and I says Mr Masterson. Rev Mr. Mast? submitted lid.mt in which he tells about his 111 treatment of his mother er su pi?? . t ?/ILL FILE BECKER APPEAL MONDAY Counsel Says New Evidence to Show Conspirators' Meeting Was a Fabrication. ??.tor* Whitman will drop Willi m? Bui w* 11, Si '.??iiis Kid. ' ? ho ? 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Vo Al?mati $c ?I0 On JUNE 15th the following schedule of business hours will become operative: June 15th to June 30th: July and August: 9 A. M to 5 P. M. 9 A. M. to 5 P. M.; Saturdays 12 Noon On Saturdays the Store will be dosed all day September 1st to September 15th: 9 A. M. to 5 P. M.; Saturdays 12 Noon The following Summer Sales will present Exceptional Values: For MONDAY and TUESDAY, June 8th g 9th An Extraordinary Sale of MEN'S, WOHEN'S AND CHILDREN'S HOSIERY has been speda?iy prepared? affording ami opportunity rarely en countered to purchase Summer Hoscery at much below the regular selling pnces? The following selections will be offered t For MONDAY and TUESDAY, June 8th & 9th A Special Sale of Household Linens, Blankets, Bedspreads, Comfortables, Muslin Sheets and Pillow Cases suitable for Summer use in Hotels, Clubs, Yachts, etc., as we3? as in private residences? These household necessities will offer unusual inducements at the following How prices t Women's Black Lisie Thread Hose, per pair.3gCo Women's Extra-size Black Lisle Thread! Hose . . per pair 38c. Wommeo's B]ack or White Silk ?Hose, with cotton soles and cotton tops, per pair.52c. Women's Extra-size Black Siflk Hose ? ? . per pair $ LOO Women's ?i5k Hose, im [black, white and a large assortment of the fashionable colors, per pair ?... $1.28 : Men's Lisie Thread Half'hose, in black or colors, per half-dozen pairs ? ? $1.25 Men's SiEk Half-hose, in black or colors . . . per pair 3&G* Men's Imported Silk Half-hose, In a wide range of the smart colors, with hand-embroidered clocks, per pair . . $1.75 Children's Rilb?sed Lisie Thread Hose, in black, white or tan, per pair 25c. Children's Fancy Socks, in a fiarge variety of attractive designs, per half-dozen pairs . $1,10 ] ?nen Damask Tab?ecioths each . . $2.65, 3.35 & 4,25 Napkins to match per dozen . $2.50, 3.25 & 5.00 Hemstitched Lineo Sheets Single sise, per ?pair $4.25 <& 5.50 Double sise, per pair 5,75 ?. 6.75 Hemstitched Linen P5I3ow Gases per pair . 95c. <& $1.40 Linen kluck Towels, hemstitched, ^ per dozen $3.00, 4.50 <& 5.90 Turkish Bath Towels, hemmed, per dozen . $2.75, 3.50 & 5.40 White Blankets per pair $3.90 & 4.35 Crochet Bedspreads . each 1,25 Satin-finish Bedspreads Hemmed . . . each $2.90 Scalloped . . . each 3.25 Comfortables Cotton--trilled each $11.65 Wool-filled - each $3,65 & 4.25 Miaslin Sheets (plain hems) each 50c, 58c, 65c? 72c. to 85c. Muslin Pillow Cases (plain hem) each He, 16c, 19c <& 21c SPEC]AL SALES FOR TO-MORROW (MONDAY): Women's Batiste Corsets (sizes 18 to 28) in a very desirable model, designed on the fashionable lines (low bust, extremely long hip), will be placed on sale at the remarkably low price of . . $1.35 Aiso a Selected Number o? French Corsets ?'sizes US to 28) variously made of tricot in m and light weights, twill and peau de suede, and especially adapted for walking, riding, motoring, etc., at the very special prices of $5.00, $6.50, $7.50 & $8.50 A Clearance Sale of Colored Dress Hatenals of this season) will consist of S?k-and wool fabrics in plain and fancy weaves, plain ancy crepes, fine serges, Bedford cords and gabardine?, in a large assortment of desirable shades. These materials will be offered irr. Dress and Skirt Lengths only, at the following prices : Dress Lengths . at $3.50 to 12.00 . Lengths . . at 2.00 to 6.00 being one-third to one-half less than their actual value. The New Bath3ng Costumes and Accessories are shown in the Department on the Second Floor In original, piquant models (many of which are exclusive) and the fashionable inmate rials, colors and coDor combinations. The following are in the regular stock at the prices quoted : Silk Bathing Costumes at $7.75, 8.51}, 9.75, 12.50, E5.OT to 50.QQ Mohair Bathing Costumes at $3,25, 4.85, 6.00, 9.75 and upward Ar ??t.portant Offering of Women's Summer Coats & Capes for Sports and Travel wea?1* will comprise the following wanted Outer= garments, at unprecedented!}' low prices : Mil'tary Capes, of black or navy blue se~ge, silk lined . .... at $18JO Sports Capes of white serge, silk lined, 17,50 Imported Dust Coats of pongee at 15,50 Travel Coats of silk ... at 10.75 Travel Cor .s of tan linen . . at 3.75 Final Reductions have been made in the prices of all Imported Coats and Wraps, These ?j :e now marked, irrespective of their actual values, at $38.00, $48.00, $62.00 & $125.00 A Reduction Sale of Girls' Washable Dresses (sizes & to 14 years) will comprise both Imported and American-made Dresses, at attractive price concessions. Imported Dresses at $3.50, 5.75, 7.50 <& 9.50 American-iFc-v-?, Dresses at . $L3-?9, 2.25, 3.00 <& 4.50 A Sale of French Lingerie will comprise the following, at special prices: Nightrobes . . *t $2,75, 3.75 & 4.50 Chemises . . at 2.10, 2,75 & 2.95 Pantalons . . at 1.10, 2.75 & 2.95 Petticoats .... at 2.25 & 4.25 Important Reductions ha* e been made in the prices of a number of sty^s in fine hand= made French Undergarments, mostly in broken sizes or single pieces, all of which have been marked at decidedly attractive Women's Ready-to-wear Dep't (Third Floor) Unusual values are besog offifeired 5n 1 Cape Suits ... at $25.00 <k 32.00 Summer Riding Habits ... at 10.00 Linen or Khaki Sports Suits . . at 10,00 Also Children's Riding Habits 'sizes 8 to 12 years).at $10.00 A Special Offering for to-morrow (Monday) will consist of Women's Black Silk Taffeta Skirts at $7.75 531k Taffeta Parasols in all the fashionable colors, in black or white with plain or hemstitched border, and in smart black-and-white striped effects, will be offered at the extremely low price of $2.00 Also Hen's and Women's Twilled Silk Umbrellas With natural wood handles . . at $2,00 With plain or carved handles, sterling si!ver= trimmed.at $2.25 Several Thousand Yards of Imported Cotton Dress Fabrics in plain and novelty effects for Summer wear, will be placed on sale, commencing to-morrow (Monday), in Lengths adapted for Dresses, Skirts, Coats and Blouses, atone=third to one-half less than original prices. The House Gown Department Very extensive price reductions have been effected in a number of this season's importa= tions of Paris Tea Qowns and Robes d'Int?rieur. These are now marked at prices consider? ably below "their cost to import. FURS, RUQS AND DRAPERIES STORED IN VAULTS ON THE PREMISES. _ ?r??j?>w-?MrLJ*~i-?ri_'J""-_r-|^^ "***"*'?' ??????.?? XSgoWtSSsSS ? W at?aa??^^|i^S-^^^l?i^V^*,-'~'-r^--'>*^*** ~* swg-Mt ?siwrt - T~ ?- -TO to, ? w fork - T&? V- "XiMrtH-fiftii ?*j?