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THE SUN, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1913.
14 VIOLINIST SAYS WIFE! HADE HOME "HADES" Sknlnfk 'IVUs Woes in Court in riylitinir Application for Alimony. SKKS PKIMI, TO Kt'Tt'HK Pcclnrcs His Maritnl Troubles Threaten Success lis (.'on eert Muster. nn R. H. Maer Co.'a Atticllon Ar Thlr Low PrioM. Herald Square B'way,34thto35thSt. BEGINNING on TUESDAY Next, OCTOBER 28th Wc shutl plncc on S;ile a very remarkable lot of 1,000 Suits made ex prosty for this season's sellitiR by the very well and favorably known firm of Alfred Benjamin & Co. Details Will lie Announced To-morrow Monday Ajicrnoon R. H. Maey A Co.'a Attractions Are Their Low Prie. U W HeraU Souare r Q B'way, 34th to 35th St. A $39,811 Oriental Rugs The woes (if "chip cif the world's llft violinists" unhappily married weie re cited before Supreme Court Justice Pendleton In nn applU'iillon by Mrs. Clara Skolnik for $"! ii week alimony anil I760 counsel fee In u suit by llrigor Skolnik, tohccrl master nf tin1 Chlengo Opera Company, fur a separation on the ground tiff ciilelty. Skolnik Insisted that he ought not to pay alimony because his wife him thou sands of dollais, i 1 1 II f hi illiln't have a rent In htft pocket when he li'ft her on August "0 last, and has nothing to look forward to but lilt) salary of $175 a week for seventeen weeks during the opera season. His wife had him arrested re cently and kept him In Ludlow street Jail until ho gave a loVI of K'.OOH to pay any allniony ortlcicd by the court Justice Pendleton au tutted HO n week and counsel fee nf $125. "I inai'llttl the defendant In 1907 when he was ;: I and I was I'.i," mm id Skolnlk, "because of li piomlse to her when she seemed on the point of tleath that If she tiled 1 would take can- of her nine-year-old child by a former husband she had divorced and that If she lived I'd marry her. "At that time Mie was living In squalor In a single' loom, but since our marriage I have maintained her In nn apartment on Riverside Drive and have given her expensive clothing. She has denied me even the small change 1 had In my pockets, miking a piactlce of taking ray money while 1 slept. Sum, Ilium. Vh llHtlea." "Throughout my inatrled life 1 have not had one bit of happlmss The honi" 1 maintained was a veritable hades and t w.is cnnstantly nagged because of my wife's waton caprices. She toitured me and nagged tne to give up my violin be cause she didn't like music, although I told her I would be the foremost violinist of the world If 1 devoted a few je.tr.i more to study "I'or four years t drifted t ntlrely away from my music ami went Into a business with my wife about which 1 knew abso lutely nothing. I lot every penny 1 had. went Into bankruptcy, and my wife liquidated the claims against her with my money anil kept hers Intact. "I left her on August 20 because I couldn't tolerate any longer my miserable existence In my Klvrislde Iblve Inferno. I took up my residence with my poor trugsllug mother In modest quarters so that .lcould tind a retleat from the course of the defendant's vlkiuts. 'liven the suit of clothes 1 year was bought by my mother with money bor lowed from her cousin. 1 hail to bonow money from my lawyer to get out of Jail when I was sent there by my wife. "I lespectfully call the court's atten tion to the lac, that to hold the position of coiiccrtin.ister such as hold. Involving great itsponsibillty, the duty devolve" on th conceitiuaster to coutiol the whole orchestra anil he must be keen anil alive te the most minute fraction of a second. Ills mind must be alert to the movements ami intuitions of llftv or sixty men. Seen Peril In II In I'ntnrr. "To hold such a position 1 must do so verily by the sweat of my brow. It Is hours ami hours of labor and m"iital en eigj and It Is a common fact that many of us rttiun from a tour physical wrecks. "Within the past few ye.us there has been an influx of the finest violinists to this country, and even if I am one of the world's bst violinists I will be supplanted If my nerves and faculties continue to be worn out by my marital tiouble." Mrs. Skolnlk denied f.at her husband married her under a "deathbed" agree meiit, but said that while Mn was at the point of tleath of pneumonia he wanted to biing in a clt:rgman and marry her. She lef used and when she got well he told her if she didn't wnl him he would commit suicide Collection of Superb to be sold for $26,540 HIS Sale, beginning tomorrow, and continuing throughout the week really strikes a high note in Oriental Rug history in .this market. Two conditions contribute to the Sale. Briefly. (1.) new stocks are coming in, and (2,) we regard even superb Rug of the Orient as merchandise, and our inviolate policy is for clearance after merchandise has been in our stocks a certain length of time. ,,,, noor. RARE VALUES FOR OUR CUSTOMERS. On former occasions during special sales of this char acter, dealers have purchased from us and have sold again at a profit. The more expert the dealer, theinorehehoucjit. We shall endeavor to reserve these Hugs for actual Users. The collection consists of Coroiam Kirmanshahs Mahals Khorassans Shi'ar Sultanabads and Asia Minor Rugs in caroct si:cs IN THE SMALLER SIZES. In the smaller sues there are SWrvans. DaRl'.est.ins. iMossouk Ka?aks. IMoochist:ins, Kirmans Anatolian Mats, Kelims, Kurdistans. and Asia Minors. There are alo Anatolian Kelims Ki Mini?. Cash mere Kelims. These are rare, of unusti.il quality, mar vellous in the beauty of their depth of color. The MAJORITY of the RUGS v are in their NATURAL STATE, unwashed, UNDOCTORED Tlie have not been "lived up." or "touched up" in order t'. deceive the ee. but sou will find them in their ordinal condition. Followinp are sugpe.-tions of the lines and price.-: Rftib Beautiful FURNITURE for Your DINING-ROOM .tat .. t r ...1 .1. . Pl-W items chosen almost at random to illustrate the breadth of choice and the substantial nature of the economies that are an every-day matter of course at A $39,811 COLLECTION. In this S.W.M1 collection the majority are Antique Muss, some are semi-antique. There are only a few of the modern carpets. The majority are in perfect con dition, beautifully blended in color, beautiful in design, and typical of the sections of the country from which they come. A FEW USED RUGS. In addition to tins regular lot of merchandise there are some Hups 'that have been Used throughout the Store temporarily during the alteration period, and these have been marked at ridiculous iigures, While the have been slightlv used, thev are rc.ill.v in perfect condition. There are Hugs for even, room m the home. Rugs suitable for homes, apartment Iioums and hotels, and either city or country. Macy's. No Furniture, remember, that is ni sterling in material and construction and worti in design is ever to be found at Macy's, and prut are emphatically "Lowest-in-the-City." Slilh Floor "Sheraton" Mahogany Dining-room Suites ?Z49.00 Illustrated. Richly inldirl. The Buffet, 54 in. x 30 in., hai (our drawers and two cupboards. The Serving Table ii 34 in. it 17 in. Thi China Closet is 59 in. high x 3b m wide x 16 in. deep. The 48-in. Table extends full 8 ft. The five Side Chai'i and one Arm Chair have cant backs and genuine leather slip seats. Any of the Following Pieces will be Sold Separately KIRMANSHAH CARPETS. ASIA MINOR CARPETS. $259.18 Mari'o IT Ice was S.vW.00 (. 7 in. x S jt. II in. SsW-'.OO 14 jl. .' in. x 10 jt. 9 in. fMJ.OO . In. x 9 jl. 6 in. $457.(K) .' (. in. x 9 jt. 8 in. J48.() 14 Jl. in. x 8 jt. 9 in. 5S2').txi IS Jt. 8 in. x 10 jl. I in. .S5-H.00 14 jt. i in. x 9 jt. 10 in. yt).M.0U 14 jt. 9 in. x II jl. fb'.8.(H) 18 jt. 8 in. x 12 jl. 7 in. SILK RUGS. Marv Price W.is S'W.SO t jt. 4 in. x 4 jl. 10 in. JMO.Oi) 8 jt. 2 in. x b jl. SlrO.OO i (. 7 in. 4 jl. I in. Jl 74.00 i Jt. 8 in. x 4 jt. 5t'-'4.0O jt. 10 in. x 9 jt. 4 in. Iff) s sale I'rlre Price Wns ' Price $246.00 yl.M.tx) 14 jt. S in. x 9 jt. 6 in. $91.50 $262.00 Si5uh) .' . 2 in. x 9 jl. 2 m. $106.00 $288.00 S174.0O . li Jt. I in. x II Jt. 8 in. $116.00 $306.00 $lt4.m 14 Jl. 8 in. x II Jl. 6 in. $111.00 $326.00 jioK.oo 16 Jt. x 12 Jt. i m. $132.00 $354.00 SJ4O.00 20 ft. 6 in. x 16 ft. $164.00 $354.00 S4O.0n IS ft. 4 in. x 9 ft. 8 in. $271.00 $416.00 JS48.0O li jl. 4 In. -x II jl. i in. $366.00 $599.00 i 51-'7S.) 19 jt. 8 in. x 16 jt. I in. $852.00 Colonial Suites of Mahogany The BuJJtt at S82.!0 is 66 in. x 24 in. and has 5 drawers and 2 cupboards. Wood pulls; gallery with plate rack attached. The Sertlnt Talle at $21.74 is 36 in. x 20 in. and has a large lined drawer and bottom shelf. The China Clostl at I4l.7i is 61 in. high x 48 in. wide x 17 in. deep. Bent glass ends and front. Four shelves. The Table at $i8.2i has a 54 in. top and extends 8 ft. Large base. The SiJe Chairs at $8.49 each have shaped backs and slip seats covered in leather. The Atm Chair is $12.49. r Golden Oak Pieces Buffets. $16.89 to $102.00 China Closets, $10.67 to $132.00 Crystal Closets, $19.89 to $69.75 Chairs, $1.24 to $13.34 Extension Tables, $4.49 to $146.00 ! have shaped imaia JUUCS OJ t97flQl aTvea ullcs. tf100 QJ genuine black j Circassian Walnut ipaClU.171 i of Golden Oak plOOl7 Colonial outlcs of Golden Oak i?OO.04 The Buffet at $22.49 is 48 in. x 22 in and has three drawers, one lined; two cupboards, wood knobs, and bevel mirror, 40 in. x 1 3 in The China Closet at $19.24 is 60 in. huh r 36 in. wide x 15 in. deep. Three shelves aud bent glass front. The TaUt at $20.24 is 42 in. and eitenls 6 ft. Large pedestal base. The Side Chairs at $i.24 each have slip seats covered in genuine black leather Th? Arm Chair is 55.67. Carted Suites Ten oieces. beautifully finished; the chairs covered in rich brown genuine leather. $224.19 $65.75 $99.50 $108.00 $116.00 $416.00 Macy I'rlte VVh S.'J4.tH S.MtvOn 5Jt8.(K) GOROVAN CARPETS. . 8 in. x 9 jt. i in. 11 jl. 9 in. x 10 jt. 2 in. 12 Jl. 7 in. x 9 jl. 8 in. lb jl. 10 in. x II Jt. 8 in. KHORASSAN CARPETS. tale I'rlte $149.00 $161.00 $164.00 $259.00 MAHAL CARPETS. I fJ7K (M , (, 6 fl. , s (. 5 $186.00 lk"vs Prirr. $SH () 10 ft. 10 in. x 8 jl. 5 m. $212.00 51HJ.OO I) ft. 7 in. x 10 ft. I in. $122.00 ?.J4.(W jl. 2 in. x 8 Jl. 10 in. $216.00 ?-'4(.0O 12 jl. i in. x 12 jl. I in. $164.00 $.vx,.o 12 Jl. 10 in. x 10 Jl. $264.00 S.M4.00 12 Jt. 7 in. 9 Jt. b in. $163.00 . S484, 14 ft. 2 in. x 10 ft. ! in. $323.00 $J70.00 14 ft. i in. x li jt. $186.00 ! S7J4.00 17 jl. x li jt. I in. $483.00 J.98.0O .'. xU jl. $332.00 SSM,.mi 19 jt. 8 in. x li Jl. 6 In. $592.00 468.00 22 jl. 9 in. x 12 Jt. 4 in. $312.00 W8o.J 17 jt. 9 in. x li Jt. 9 in. $658.00 Colonial Suites of Mahogany The Bufjtt at $32,50 has three drawers, a liquor compartment and two bottom cup- boards, and measures 6b in. x 24 in. Gallery, with plate rack attached. I The Crustal Closet at $54.25 is t1 in. hiih x 40 in. wide x 16 in. deep, and has four glass shelves, all-mirror back and bent glass ends and front. The TaHe at fj.25 is 52 in. and extends 8 ft. Large pedestal bae. The Side Chairs at $6.74 each have slip seats covered in genuine leather. The Arm Chair is $10.49. "Puritan' Inlaid j,-- Tcn-piece Suites pyJlVV Ten pieces, in handsome, antique design. .-Mahogany Pieces i China Closets, $21.74 to $90.25 Buffets, $24.24 to $82.50 Extension Tables, $28.75 to $87.50 Chairs, $3.96 to $14.24 The Bullet at $49.50 is 52 in x 23 in., has three drawers and three cupboardi, and i 'bevel mirror 44 in. x 14 in. Claw feet The China Closet to niatch is $26.50. The Table at $12.25 is 48-in. and extendi 8 feet. Pedestal base and claw feet The Chairs at $4.49 each have claw fret and the slip seats and backs are covered m genuine "Spanish" leather, The Arm C hair i $8.24. ClaW-foot Suites of Golden Oak The Buffet at 55.75 has a 5b in ten Mirror 48 in. x II in. China Closet at 5.75. Table at .'.75. CAai'rj at $1.14 each The Arm Chair l'Jft !' .$155.79 High-grade BED COVERINGS In EXTRA LARGE Sizes fsSfjjl'GGESTlONS that will give you bonie idea of the magnitude of the Mac -stocks Comfortables. Blankets, and Bedspreads. Prices are in eer case Lowe-in-tiie-U'j 1 1 t. , n , ttV-. n. n.v,i Aiivrl rf r- rm u uuc-mm iu uuc'iuui in, ui mini. These SMALL RUGS Great SAVINGS Fhe savings are never le? than lljitrmrnt. Ilrnr. STATE EMPLOYEE INDICTED. Nnme ln Onl l lull Ntivr l Stniuhl fisr Fiil.e lleKlttlrtillon. An einplnvee of the New York office of the Attoruey-iiener.il l Imir.K moukIU ly .leteetlves fmm tile election bureau of the Dlntrii't'M Attorney'!" tftlce nn an Inillot iiient llleil .iK.Onst hint Friday charjrlnc faUe reniftr.tllon. Arthur Train, In chance nf the Inire.vu, who hecmeil the Indict ment, refus-eil to tell In what part of the tity the man lived, but did h.iy that he hail been KUlltv of the name offence last viar In the e.tme dlHtrlct. When an officer called at the office of the Attorney-Oeneral and ai-ned for the man he wax told that he wan at lunch. Later he wan Informed that he would re turn in a short time and then Informa tion was Kiven that lie was 111 at home. At his home It was .said ho was out and that he had not Mept theie Friday nlRlit. It was said that the man had reu Isleied twice In tha same Assembly iIIh-trlet. Twenty Indictments a day arc now looked for until t lection. No arrests on forty live indliiments tiled have yet been made, A publicity ascot has been added to the staff of the District Attorney's bureau, lie Is Abe Itachofsky, from the Honefct liallot Association. FRENCH HUSBANDS NOT MUCH. Connie's tie llil l.ne.v Prcfem the I'lnlii Amerlenn llrand. The Countess tin Hols I.ucy, formerly Mis. .lulla llachelder, widow of a wealthy lumber operator, arrived yesterday from H,i vie by the Ficnch liner France with opinions of French husbands of the titled diss She mid the American husband was much Hiiiierlor to the French. She was ilivoriiil recently from the Count and Mild nothing about him. but Intimated i-tronKly that he came In the cateftoiy of undesirable French husbands.' "They me ipille iharmlni.' before mairliiRe," she said, "imil in public afterward are like wise, but In their home life they are, nulle different. "The trouble is with French wives to Mime exit nt. They penult their husbands , to do thlnnH which nn American woman would not stand without resorting to the divorce t ouit " WOMEN AID STARVING NEWSBOY I'tnmil Nenrl I iieiineli(U llnek of llie l rlr TlienlrJ1. A Flower Hospital iimbulaiice stopped In I'm IN -thlnl stieit back of the l.yrle Theatre last nltiht iih I he theatre crowds wtte leuvhiK The doctors found a ten-vt'iir-old newtdioy In a half conscious ton- Oltlnii IiiikkIiik a bundle of papers. After a hasty examination Dr cjuaclla decld'd that the boy was starvltiK. Hev rml women made up a pm e for the boy iit.il ii hat was pasticd aninm,- the men, linn a policeman took him ton restaurant, The boy said Ills name was Hector Manny, that he was an orphan anil lived at i!M West Thirty-tilth street, He said The?e Rug consist of s,een etremel interesting groups. ONE-THIRD and range from that to ONE-HAU;. Group 1, 29 Rugs at $4.96 Group 3, 76 Rugs at $14.48 Average Size: 4 ft. in. 2 It inJ Average Sic o ft. , in. .5 tt n in. .Miicy's price o $7.48 to $9.89 1 ;ic 's prices were $17.24 to $19.89. Group 2, 52 Rugs at $9.89 Group 4, 132 Rugs at $19.74 Group 5, 42 Rugs at $24.74 Average Sie: 7 ft. 4 in. t ti. Atncy's pnct'i were $15.50 to $41.50. Group 6, 18 Rugs at $39.75 Average Sie' 5 ft. ' mi. .t ft. 4 m .Aver.ige Size; r ft. ' in. .5 ft. 'i in. Average Size: S ft. 5 ft. 4 in Macy's prices were $12.48 to $14.89. 1 ,ac 's prices were $22.89 to $29.75. 'Macy's prices were $44.75 to J6S.75. Group 7, 28 Rugs at $49.75, averape size 8 feet t inches. b 5 feet ') inches, for which jac's former prices were $74.50 to SS4.75. Fourth noer. Macy's Red Star o oq Comfortables I.a"minatel cotton-filled, and tovered with an evtrn tine flcured sllkoltne l.inht floral anil -lark Persian deslirns Cut sie, hi a lJ hit hes Winter -Weight CO CO Comjortables Coveretl with strons flKUred cambric in I'er-iHn tlesiiens Best white tottnn fllllni! htitched all over. Cut sle, M in ill, hc Sateen Coccred Comjortables l.vtra Heavy and in novel rerinn desik'iis llortler all around Hi plain color sateen to match Cut sie, M x w Inches Fine White Down Comfortables $7.79 Newest Down Comjortables Kxtrn well filled Hctired both sides antl with two rows nf plain in-ertion to mat. h Ihe newet Persian tlesluus. Cut sie, 6 feet x 7 feet Fine Swandown Comfortiblcs Covered with liich-sr.tde cloot'.w oven nainsook. Cut sie, e tt 7 feet $10.09 i " Amana" All-Wool White Blankets (pair) Kvtra he.ivv, -leain !irunli, and Pink antl blue borders, hound In silk ribbon Sie 7fi w lie he welKhl 7 lb- 'Hie 711 !M in. ll -vvelKhllli.- s III-, Is pilitsl ll i'.i $9.33 $4.19 $5.84 Covered with best floured sateen on both side-, (,'tit sizes, H ft x 7 ft With plain border, 16 si. "Red Star" Wool Blankets, pair very sott in nni-n, ann noted tor tiura bllltv Finished with a wide colored silk ribbon to match Pink, blue or yellow- borders. Kxlra lare, 7 x 4 inclies. Fine Crochet ( . . Bedspreads (each) $6. 1 4 Wide variety ol attractive ij..-. M.inil-knolted fringe all around i cut-out corners. Sle !i t iim ui' lie $4.79 1 Marseilles "S'itin" . Bedspreads "t Medium vn'iitht, two pattern- It all around antl with t ut mil - Mc (i lo Inche- ,-,itin fllil-l'i California Wool - . Blankets, pair J7.Z4 Macy's "Hod Star" brand of extra Ion staple wool. I'ink and blue bor ders. In llfht shades. Witle silk ribbon bindinu Sie 7s x M inches. Domestic "Marseilles" - . Bedspreads $5.84 Finest tjuallty, -alin fini-hed tti. ' oi metlallion entre-put H, . frinued all around, ami w'l ' corners Kxlra larse, Pi v ins ALIMONY AFTER ANNULMENT. 'tinner llnahianit CtinlentU That the l.avr Should Hellevr Him, .The rlKht of a woman to tolled ali mony after her marriaKe has been an nulled Is to be decided by the Appellate Term of the Supreme Court in an appeal by Etlicar J. M. Hart from a decision by Municipal Justlte l.auer. who upheld a ilnlm by Mrs. MarKUente Y, Hart for alimony. Mrs. Hart has been In the HlootnlnKdale asylum since January, l!H", She sep arated from her husband In 1909 under an aurcemcnt by which he vvim to pay her tl- a week for life, no matter what might bo done In any action brmiKht to dissolve the marriage. A year later Hart'a marriage was an nulled on the ground of his wife's insan ity. He paid his wife iillmony for two v-enrs. and when payments teased h sued him. In his papers on appeal be-, fore the Appellate Term Hart contends that he Is In the position of havlni; to pay iillmony nlthouBh Ills niarrhmo Is an nulled, and ho Insists that th law onssht to relievo him. In decldlnic iiKnlnst Hart Justice l.auer siilil he knew his wlfo wiih Insane when he signed the agreement to support her for life and that her right to alimony Is not based on her marriage but on IiIh contract. WANTED TO JUMP INTO SEA. An Mttiilenl IteltirnlliK From Ktiropr I'll! In (ore of NtrtnrdF., i Miss Maltha Mitchell, an art student nf Mllvvauket, who has been studying In Holland, became demented aboard the W'hito Star liner Italtlc, In yesterday from Liverpool, and made about half the trip 111 care of ,i stewaidess. She talked with olllcers and passtngeis on the illlcacy of Christian Science to euro all human Ills. She was sitting on tho ship's rail In front of hrr steamer chair on Thursday and a tleik steward suggested that the perch was dangerous ami that she should step down on deck. She remarked that she was thinking of Jumping overboard and "swimming tn tlm horizon," mid the steward swiftly assisted her from the rail. Her mother, the widow of a Wisconsin politician, who was notllleil by wireless of her daughter's trouble, nut her at the pier antl they went West together, 94 BODIES TAKEN FROM MINE. .No Morr I, Is Inst Men HellrTeil In lip III ,en Mt'<'ti WiirUlnitn. Dawson, N. M, Oct, "i, Ninety-four bodies weie lecovcrctl to-duy from the Stag Canon coal mine, where the ex plosion look place on Wednesday, There is no hope that any more live victims win '.be found III the winkings, antl the tleath list will he at least W. . r,,. ., t(, , ; lint ill iv ii itrtint. '. d .a. ihn tlrst mm mi When ih bodies were recovered each ll Mis. Kmmellne I'allll- i .,-., ,., ,,,, Kkbl. covered with OHIO GREETS MRS. PANKHURST. Heul-fiov. lireenllllltl llilroilnce. Hrr I'll e "SnITrHKCt t r" Soltl. t'LKvm.ANn, fr recognition which Mis. r.mmeiine ra mi-. ,.0r,wi, WK8 pu, ,, Hkl,Si ,.f,Veretl with hurst, llrltlah militant sufTragettu leader, i.l.inlielH ami tar paper and dragged out has received since lief arrival In t,.cjhv muWx. The underground passages United States a week ago was given when i-leis i lstfT. and, iih there are no llres l.leut.-tjov. William A. ureeiiiunu intio- nmVl o rescuers are making progress. tlucetl her to-night to an audience which ciovvded the Grays Armory. Sim was en- .-.-cui-p vtniUflVVV nTTTT'R thualastlcally iipplauded. j FATltJ-K MClLUHltJiX UhLltiH, flov. Cox was Invited to Introduce mis. l'ankhurst, and expressed his willingness to do It, but business prevented and ho as signed I.leut.-Oov, (iieenlund to act In his stead. ' t'p In to-day Cleveland suffragettes olll- llx-l'rr.lilriit of M. I'rnneU Xnvler HecotrrlMK From llpri'nlloii, It was said hint night at St, Vincent's Hospital that tho Hev. Tlioiniis J. M& chilly nail terused to lecognue Mrs. I ana- l.,1sUl,j.i Si ,,r,.Hi.nt of Kordham huiHt, hut this afternoon they Invited her I it,Vcisltv, who was operated on for to attend a luncheon at the Women's Club. , rl,., .', ,yi ,0n,B well and will She tlccllneil, pleading fatigue. 'iccover, The Nuffmorttr, the l.iiKllsli mllltanls' I'athe.r MiCluskey entered the hospltifl muiuvuiiU X1JVUA I Ui japartnuMit of Nun.-z urx! h.iM Uj. hiii'P'W.l , TVVWV Avarv-vwvv litllUllt!IHil, UHU llllll hlif UP HIM, dAio (JULUMB1AN s LEVY GAINS IN FIGHT ON DEADLY MERCURY He Tliomrlit She Was Siii"lc, llit Ifor llnliaii(l Now Siiivs Him fop Alienation. ' nouiiiaii, iioiirictoi to tne simp wi Isi IV I rill lV 'V 11 V V'V I VII I"1" lii.inlilllt' was emplojed, made IMciuUns: as n Victim of Con spirni'v. He Asks Cnurt to ltelonsc Hint. deceiving Nunc Into believing that he was her toother and that she was-un-mairleil The .voting woman then sought another meeting with him. Nunez said, but he told her he b.llev.,1 she was married and re- Doctors Hnv Swi'ntPll Out Poi fu.sed to see In i again. 1 hen came lilts an est, Nunez has a wife In Colombia, who Is wondering why he Is being tie Mined in New Vmk, The MatciiientH of Nunez were coi rohoiattd by tin. Interpreter and Peter Hoffman, proprietor of the shop where alli- 11c said thai Smith posed as her brother on occasions when he came to the shop. NO ESCAPE FROM SUFFRAGE. Augustln Nunez, a wealthy commission merchant of Hat ranqullla, Colombia, who was ariestcd a week ago Just as he was boarding a sleniner foi home In a suit hiought by I'' Allen Smith for alienating the affections of Hie plaintiff's wife, ap pealed yesterday to I he Siipieme Court to be released from I.udlow street Jail on the ground that he is the victim of a ton- splracy, Iim ernor'K Unutclilrr Cnrrle. ('mine In White Millibar. WlllTH SlM.IMM'R Sl-MNUR, W. Vll , Oct, L'.l, Harry Walters arrived In a pri vate car this morning to upend the week end at the new ilrecubrier, and late to night another private car arrived with Mr. anil Mrs. T Hewitt Cuyler of Phila delphia, who have come tot a fortnight's visit Col. .1, ll. liana, who has been enter taining a house party at Tuscawlila, mo. toretl over and give a luncheon at the new Ureeiibrier for Mr. anil Mrs. DeWItt C, (inllaghcr, ami ollui guests, Miss Wilson, who recently relumed from abroad ami has been converted to Mm anil I'aticnt is Able to Sit Up. NOT Ol'T OF DANG KH YKT Family More Hopeful Mer I'liiint Sure He Will (Jet Hotter. Nunez said lie nrihtd heie on business from Columbia on Scpli inbei' 1 1 mill went woman's miffraKe, will give a talk In tho to the I'nllasco apailnn nts, tbl Madison j hall loom of tho new tireenbrler next (.tibial organ, and Cliilslabel Paiilihurst's iKiok, "Plain Kacts." which weie declared llilliiotnl hv Anlhoiiy Comslock, weie sold he had sold no papers on account of thelat tho lecture hero to-night. No attempt mln ami Sluri .u,.n tinthlnw nil .lac I . . . . . l . . . . . . -.. ' wis mimi io pr.veni ineir iisiiw. on Weilntnlay, The operation mis per formed by Prof. Patrick Walsh of the I'Virdham medical school. Father Mo Cluukcy vvas formerly ' president of St. Frncli Xavler Colteia. avenue. He engaged nn Interpreter to as. slst him In his business transactions, and with the Interpreter went In a barber shop at in Kast Twenty-eighth street fin a shaye. He said that a manicure In the shop ieiuested an liitiodtictlou In him thiough his Intel preler, and she gave him a caul on which was pilntcd "Mls.s Mur ine Agnes Smith, manlcuro." The inanlcuie then suggested that they go to luncheon at a llroudway lestauralit, Nunez says, and the Interpreter went along to expedite the cnnveisatlnn. In com be of the dinner with wines the sup posed Miss Smith said that If Nunez In tended to take her mil much she would need new gowns, so he gave Ihe Inter preter $50 to buy them. When the gowns woro given to tier the young wonnn said (he lived with her brother and wanted to take them home henelf o he wouldn't be week ill an effort to gather new lecruits lo the cause here. She is Ihe daughter of the late Ctov. Wilson of West Virginia, Mis. Henry M, Klagler after a month's visit here Is leaving on her private car next Wednesday morning. Mr, and Mrs. John Clay entertained at it largo dinner In the Tudor room of the (ireenbtier to-night, Arrivals nt tho hotel to-day Included H. W, fowler of New York ; William T. IMxou of llnltlmore, Stewart Shilllto, Misses Shllllto ami John .Shllllto of Cincinnati. 4nn-m In Mvliimtoss County. Isaac Levy, the clothing manufacturer, who took bichloride of meicury tabids by mistake last Sunday night, was still ki ep Ing up his plucky light for life and holding his own last night at Ihe Sunshine Sani tarium nt Buy Thlrt.v -second stieet and j j Oropsey avenue, llrooklyn. His tempera ture and pulse weie normal and the physicians believed thai most of the poison h.ttl left his sistcm. Dl, Jacob Sarnoff of Ism Klghly-llflh street, Mr. levy's family physician, said that the patient's condition was encourag ing, Hmt he made It plain that the hope of recovery vvas very slight because of the damage done lo the kidneys and other otK.ins before the poison vvas got rid of. Mr, Levy complained some last night of a pnln In his abdonjen This was ex plained as caused by the water he had drunk, the physicians allowing him to have all tho water he wishes, The treat ment by hot blankets, causing continuous perspltiitlon, In older to absorb this be In much better londllion th He lift his bed twice . l l 111 a lecllnlng chair ami ,i' through the da he is i i pillows in the bed The dall.v consultation of I : repeated vesterdii inorti'.ug, C 1st, Including lr A I' '. ' i lug physician at tic L, bin discussing lh" i'iIm' w.tli li- .s two otlit r ph sb miis I 'r . alsiut eight visits to Ihe p.i- I Mr. 1.,'V.v, who ha.- bet n t v I since the tirst of Ihe vvtek. 1 t- himself In the last dn or s . liking the "ttisrlng" of liurs' and fanill.v, and as still "i" the whlspetiiig and talking n . which he hfars. In accoid.tiic,' wlih his w -come Into hi-" sickroom talk ' vole, s and liy to act a- ' believe tlli'V Wt re lit the I" 'Is I in.iu. The loom Is stackrtl w ' flowers as the physicians v ' ; 1 here are books and nth' ' i friends within call Now nn inner oi sir. i,evy s i.n'i for a few mluiit, s. ' patlint Mitiiks a won! o' i that he Is t ognUant ol all tb f mound him. I'or nmirlshment he u water, binlji and giurl H prt'tiaration of oiat water. The physicians u , milk, but Mr Levy dldn l m tt. Tho younger meinhets ol ' who were at the Levy lunm v second avin'ie, not far fr.m tarluin. la-t night reflected Pit 1 fill feeling vvhhll theli fatlitr tondltlim bad brought about " llieiiibeis of the f.imllv At 1 1 o'clock last nlcht tin nounced that Mr. Levy's lunpe ftS, pulse Ulid lesplration .4 The r. :tti o'clock bull, tin w lows. Temperature, !'s, pu' rcsplratlon, Is. Ml, Levy was resting w,1' morning. 'llllll to I I"' 1 ...... ..11. It .l.n t...lu.,H ,ll,...n.. Horn meruit, Oct. :'r,. Keveial distinct ' w '"' " ' shocks, believed by residents of Cak- Coii.clou. Xrnrl,' ill Hay. tloula and llentseo, Livingston county, to' Inive been an caithtuake, caused many persons to leave their beds and rush Into the streets shortly nfkr 9 o'clock last night. Houses rocked and -aoras' chim neys fell. ilie' llrnlls I'mi.Aio'i run, i ici I death of his nephew who t the w reck of the liar 11 it I" t I New Haven In Sepletnb, t i niir.ihsls. causing Hi, d, t! The patient was conscious all dav yes-. WIIMmn Sin lllnuer Mi t'iilj'i' terday except for two hours around man. ' ''',', 1 a 1 J x I U . "i V. 'w.'.'-"ai,' .n time, when h Upstd Into a coma. He fhlladclphlaus who lost thin' 1 Touted raln, however, and appeared to n reck.