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I t4 THE SUN, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1915. III IIIBggJUIMI MRS.Jffl. REVELL, JR ISJOED BY A NURSE r Ell.v riuiiitiff To!tlflPS "hut sin- vs Brntalb Unit mill kicked. IY8TERIA. sVs DEFENCE A -i ii of .1! tf' l It-nil. il t t.ilimnl ol woman u y;i? old ;ii lh handi Ol Mr. Mnri(Mi rrn II K- s It. ;. f Vlmlng m. Row 11, Jr., who Ii ftMocIated with hi fattw r ;.i Ihi publlahlni bilil nKH nt 1 . Kit'th mi urn . WtU toM lo Supreme Court JUfttlCt Dovvtldoff and a jury poottrdoy In iuM brought i MIm iviia J. Cronln to rtoovor t900 dam aac.--. Mr, fltval f, w.ni had . rtputatlofi aa a HHflntai b( Lnwronci ii Acadamj nn I at Tata married Mfm Cornall aw avtfaaai in Auavat. Itll. iut the marrlaaa i.i tint bacotna known acnarall) until ih foiifiwmK Juna, attaa Cronln hNtlfled I fmUt rda) thai on M itvh II, 4. alia I araa anffagad an nuraa for tin- atvetit.! monthaold llavall baby. tfht wntends thnt alft i - dlavharffa'1 k itfti and brutally laatan i Mra. Revel! at the time, Mra, Havell Inalala thai tho elderly nurae merely became hya tei leal whan if la urged for eauae Mid tmaaned ail tho thin alia aayi hap ftanad to har, Among the urraune who win taatlfy for lha nurx when ihe trial in continued today an Mra. Stewart M. Brio , widow of lha eon of v In J. Hrir. . who mi t rnltad Btatea na tor irom Ohio, and pollcaman who wee aitedjln. MIm Cronln teat I lied yeetertlaj lhal Mra Kevall had round fault wh.i the manner in which eha hi looked aftai th baby, a dlapute then arom be tween mlatreae and nurae, In the courei "i Which aomo comment waa made on MIm Cronln! relink' n. liotm: on wiih her, atoi y Miss fronli tald : "Mrs Revell it rue h me on the hemi with her flat ami called ma . name She grabbed my hair end pulled out a hand ful I wae wearing glaeeei and whan ha threatened t etrtke me In the face I aaJd) 'Pleaae doitt break my glnaaeai of I may go blind1 she than twleted my wnst in both her iiandi and while i wwa my krtffs sh kirk-tl imp In the alnl -aaen, Bhe aajMin atruek me on the tide of the head, Then she eelaad coal Which had heavj watchte In Ihe alee ani swujik it asnlnat my head.' Mlei i. on in aald that siu- got to her faal and made her way out of the ipart mi t with ttiooti streaming front eute In her foteln.nl. Mrs Hrii- ami hrr m;iil. who occupied an adjoining apartment, Came Into tin hall whi n they heard the Bjotee Mlaa Cronln paid i them, "Don't let her kill me.' Mra, Brlce aa oii : til the nurea the would pi oteel her Und (pok Minn Pronln into her apart mant. Ghe bandaged har head and aum mpned a policeman. WEDDING REVEALS DIVORCE. lr, I llriiin Hi Mi-I nlliim Hi o BpMc bI tint hap. Kiiciids cir Mm. BIlMtMih Rf vail Mo- lAltUm liavi- JUHl trtirtifil ili.it nhl fju murrltd hist Malurday la M;ix Mhupfi ;i njtiK taWJfff of lhl rliy. TliN im h ih Brm Intimatlnn ihy hd pp im.piI Him .Mrs. Mrt'ailum and Iwr hit--tmntl, Ofom Bllw McCallum, had baan lllVOfCVtfi Mra. m' 'altuiti ivani In Buropt tarl) lha MitiMtHT, oatanalMir i" liikr up nuraliii amoni ih anundad r. Branca ii McCaltuini lcapraaldnl "f ii Item ft ooinpany of wnloti Ma f.ithrp in ha haadi fnflowad hef jiohh aftarward In Join Itrr In hflaajIMll w'ik. frtatldl ! Ihivtd.' ConiMquantl) the nawa t tlia tllvoiva and marrlana came ap .1 double sin prlaa. rrtandii haYr laarnail, too, lhal Mro MitUM rather, naming 11 Ravall, .1 piibilahari wns da -mIi'iI in hi oppo aliion lo hia dauvhtai n dl vorca and huh itaqucpi ramarrlasa that ha ahui n aiu hope ot in it' rltanca. An additional louch of romanaa hall baan addad lo lha oaaa ity h raporl thai lha format Mra, Mct'al !u ". racanily mada 1110,000 in n fur tnitiitf ppaialallon in alocfcai tin faihar'a raportad action wai laai of a blow than it hdkIii otharwlaa hav, baan, Tho Mct'alhimii were married Rfteen vi-ai's noro .mil have a son r 13. s,,ini lima 11,11 Mr. Met ' ilium lult a 00, 000 Mimtnei1 homi al Northampton, Maaa . wriiirh, 11 is reported) .m Romettmefl the si'i'ii. uf actlvltlea by Amharat sri dentii 11 as there ihm Hhupe wa preaentad i" Mrs. McOallum, It is underelood thai Ht- Phil pea live in "6 Weal Twelfth atrawt. Mr. Mefatlum is wnii iii father, Alexander MrCallum, at 1 Raal Thtrtynlnth siiwt, WIFE SPIED ON PATIENTS. LACK OF MONEY MAY ; CAPITAL AND LABOR SHUT NIGHT SCHOOLS BARRIER IS FALLING No PimiIh in siuiit to Keep Si s"s Jnrlee Gnrfn Honln Them Going Till the Rod le, Who Deelares Hoelil of the vir. Inm Is Outdone. reatllra la HafaadlMa Dr. Rlrah . Hae I'lMiriitinii Mailli wiiiTt: ri.AixK. x., Oct, 31, -De, franc Ii Abbott Birch, a prominent ih- elclan of While Plaitm. , in :.. :K Ved fur x Reparation bv hla uifi. Maude Kimball Birch, irr,irr Joatlce Morarhauaar in the Supreme Court tonu the siatxl ItHlay 111 hiit own lieltalf. Mi Birch had ten I Med that her ims hand itajted Otll uniil ." o'clock lit the morning and on returning would awaken hir anil tin haliy, whirli ehi- s 1 ,1 n.iK 'i ll. I. ir. Birch saiii thai after the mar riaae. Mrs Blrch'a mother "niiin't eai with him at Ihe aama table. nir would ahe aaaociaie with htm, lit n!n aa aerted "nit his wife deeenad him. lah Ing their Utile hojf with her m Jtew Tork an. I thai tin- only wa he COUtd ail hie eon hack was lo ekirt habeae corpui proceedings, ir. Birch told how hi.- wife had rpled in. tile pattente. "Onca," sai'i he, "i found her hiding behind my ofll'-i rtnnr Anothel time when 1 opened tiie iioor. I found in-r getting tip n(T tin' lloor as though she hat) bean peeking through the keyhole, Bvery nighl evhool m ilroater Baw Tork nniKl rinse nexi Mnnrtnv Hlghl, according t" Thomne v. churchllti prf-- j iii"nt ol ihe Board of Kducationi unlette the iiiy approprlnten 1370,000 t keep them running until Chrfntmas, Thi mat irr comae nn before the Boaril of Ba-1 tlmate this ntorning, and it is i,y nn magna pertain lhal the money will be voted, tomplrollar Prendarggel, Who h:is aid mora than once lhal less money 1 ought tn in- iipani on nlgnl echooti and other iiftns of eoctal aarvlce, can iy ins optmaltlon alone completely prevenl t1'' vol Ing "f the mono) . Mayor Mltchel, who han hitherto been rather liberally dlapuaed toward voting money naked foraohool purpoaaa, nhowed h more critical lemper toward the praa til emergoiM!) yvatardgv afternoon, Me Raid, as In left the salary cutting ses- alon of iii- iiinliii t Rubcommltteo ! "it 1 had 1 n at th.' he. hi of the Board of Bducatlon 1 would have ieen t.. thai affaire were ao conducted that theri WOUld have he, Tl no lle.'ll to elnse anythingi nor any need lo ask for apac lal revenue bondi for anything, Tlia matter or cloning tin niahi evliooli 11 Wholly Willi the llo aril of laltle.ltiull " lleorge McAneny, Preatdenl of the Al dermen, saiil he wnnhl vote lo Issue the iioniis and provide the money, The othi r membera off the Board "f ifrtini it. are tkeiy to concur, arllh the poealni 1 ekct iti.ai of Mr. I'remlerifast. althotiah Mayor Mltvhora remarks forecaRl some sharp crltlclem Whan Ihe matter comee up today The money can ie granted onlv hy die leeue of speeiat revenue bonde, Mr. Churchill ':ii thai he would ap pear tins morning with nguree to ihow tiie evening sehiiois' Importance, it COata llo..''!" a IllKllt 10 keep them R.w na. The night ochooli could reopen after ChrlattttOj In any i iiRe. he saht, for the Itll money will then he availa ble TWO BABES KILLED BY AUTOS. Hun Over n TrifWl In l-ruiit uf Thole H antra. Tu 1 1, a 1 r i.cif 1 , rt. 21. K W I'mim- belli i ha repreeantatlee of i ha llllnoH Rtael Company ami h aonlnlaiv of B, H Qaryi chairman of lha ITnlted st:i to? Bteel lorpo ration dlraetorate, tohi iha National Bafat) Conaeee to do) thit a humane Ideal tranacandini that of tin Hoclaliata i now dominaiti ami proajraaalee In all the tteat Ameri can eofporatlpna, 'Tiie m jitern in ml," Mr ( 'ampbell atdi "la m wa ni tin elimination of ill inequalities between tht employee and the employer f there ware no men willing 10 lidi nioiiK on other men'e work, if there wne not st many blrh era, if it were poaolblo i K't each man in ihe employing ami employed dlvlelom aiikf to give hit baati then eociallem would be poaalble, ami i ehonld be ana of tht Oral to preach eoclaliant "it la eeaentlal to the nation that the friction ietwrtn the two dlvtatoni be eliminated, and ihe onl3 barrier t" the realltatlon of a eoclallatle Idoal i lite Hociiillet le the Lfoclaeiata thamaalvaa, "The ih'thiitf aim of urea t corpora I lone in thin i.i'. ia to acqtilfa the active Intereai ami nooperatlon of their man. The t'luHB rtmrit hai to lc wiK.tl out. Mani to do the beat with the raaotircea of th.- oountrj . mual itand ehouMer to boulder, the rith with tho mioi, ami the employer with hit workers in cverv laatia that com up. in a continued iliac uaa Ion of aafot) yatemi fr worhmen In all linen f tra1i t ho COIiaenatM nt the National Pafety Con areas araa that by formltuj if ? jM'i't ioi 1 .uinifiittf -o aniotia th work men thamaelvea and giving Iheee com m It tees the authority ueualli given lo the boaeee t here arouhl in th i- -t remedy 't at band for the eiimm.it :i of pre van table aeddenta, Theaa "aafaty rommli te-!," aa they are rallad, are an actus I Ity in tin- mid die Went, and thay noi only obtain bet ter rultH in thi object aimed at . greater t.i ft , bui ralee the morale ( the workers thamaelvea, t wai dactarad, The 1 inart !(t emieii ;tn three da) eaaelon to-mi v RAILWAY SURGEONS CONVENE. I ; 1 New lurk ami e KnalniMl i rlttlfg nl Hotel tutor. The tWanty.flfth anniiil si,sloii Of ihe New York ami New Rgigland Aoooalallon of Hallway Rtirgaona bognn yoaterduy at Ihe Hotel Aslor With I'r ft. II Ma. v ' preol ling, Among 1 hoe attendlgg ihe meotlng a 1 ' 1 ' . 1 leorge 1 'haffee .mi 1 h J, M. Wnlnwrlght, ehiaf lurgcon Ijaohawanna llnllroudi Serontoni Pa.i Dr. William O'Neill Nianmani chief Rurgeon United Stales Steel plants. Pltlaburg j Ot C A i:i.nis. Milwaukee j Dr 11 M Brarhen. eecreliiry of ihe state Board o( Health, st I'nuli in a r Johns, chief aurgeon I'nion Pacific, Dmahri ; lr C, W Hop kins, in- 'Oeorge l Moynen and thank jV Whlllng. general rlainw attorney Now Voik Central lams j, r uv. rh ef i'Ulm iw iit Penneylvanla Rallmnd f?onv . HaiO) . W Will in, chief ctalm agent Mtcadwnnn.i compunyj lr. v, 1,. Kelea, Suit. i llethleheui, Pa. Ol f. W. Hnp- Ihlna, chlaf eurgaon Phlcago and North, reetc n llillroud ; llr. Donald tluthi le ami in- liouli Hartman of Detroit, Mtah La, Mm B B B B B B 6'. B tying in front ot were k , !!! by Two children, while Ihell 'lollies yestertl.iv aulomobllea, I're.i ttoldman, a, of tot Jerome rtr ef. Brooklyn, w.i struck b) an auto truck 1 run by John Roach of 101 Rati Nine, tetnth street The child ilieil on Its way to , Me Bedford Street Hospital I'artnella ..preta, alf.i I, of 111 Went Tenth etreet, was Inatanll) kill ii whan run ovi-" by an auto uuek driven by 1 Jacob Meletet of 101 Lowla street, and owned b) Morns gplelman. No arroata were made. tVlatoe li.-ler r'ree on Welti W-.liian. B, Atwater. aviator and Inis- band of the lata Senator Thorn ae C Platt'a WldoW, was released from UudloW etreel Jail yeeterda) on 1 wr.t ..r habeae eurpua elgned by ,lude aubusiur N. i Hand In the United Rtatea Dtetrlct I'oiir' Atwater had served almut sj weeks for contempi of court in rofualng lo turn over to hie truetee In bankruptcy which he is sn; Md to liave hail .eft ,,ut of ihe proceed! from his recent European flying trip. r ylf y. Otr 52.3537- 32 323.1-32-52 0J3MSS-T- V- '252-3232 32.32 32 3? VI 32.32 32 32323232 VC3U, 32.32 3? -"i: 32.??- 32 32 32 32 3232" M The Before ami Who USUALLY a -tore eva-'es the question of comparison. Most stores have the idea that if you ko elsewrheiv to look you won't come back, the theory bein.u- that salesmanship instead of value is wnat "sells" Clothing". We invite comparison in thit Men's Store. We even urge it. Our service, our merchandise and our prices on clothes for men and young men will stand the test. Even day in thi store we find that the man who shops around is enthusiastic over these suits and overcoats at $19.75 7 hat Equal Average $25 Clothes In fabric, in fit and in workmanship these garments reflect Macy standards of qualit) and Macy influence in the best markets of the countr) . If you want the tyle and the quality which yu reasonably expect in the Ivm clothes at Ui.so arid 5. we invite you t" com pare them with the clothes that we specialize af $19.75. Others From $14.75 to $38.50 800 Fine Suits at $1 6.75 Many of them are equal to Clothes priced up to $20 around town. Knottier typical example ul buving influence and merchaikiihinti in genuily, kihi m;irt new wits m ikm fnbricb imU ver ucceptulile ulti Nin;irt or conservative tic- ui $i6.7S, Men u Store, Plfth Hoor. Entirr Broadway Front. Spetinl Men's F.ntrame 34th St. and Broadway. R. H. Mcy & Co. i Airrction. Are Their Low Pnc M, Herald Sq ei. square, tf Bioidm,.; 4lh to iM SI J 55 I I 1 I A i Ml -r i a m $m n met & & a a & s ;- mmm? m m& a a-joss a u msBM a m o m& v&yc 'JW II raiii mtuarv. W i 1 1 h to ar.tti t The Overcoat in the p. H R I i E I K Expe thoroughl) p.r that we take the occasion t' call attention once again t" the fallacy of judging an article atone 0:1 the liis 1 if price. Macy's advertising Ji e a tre mi pnct and sq cin 1 u. hat ;i tlmii; c)t i always im portant to you. ' But. what 1: is worth is even more important. Hence tin sermon on iiualitv. as Often the Highest Villi Ii I tll.lt til: have never losi sight "t the impntanceof o,ualil 5 . ( )ur "i W price" is ;ilv.i ii the result of merchandis ing ingenuity ; it 1- never in .1 ii ! h y Ixinipni l.ll.lllV . The Mac) for "lowesi built "ii the dependability ;iiikI we el utisfaction Ik iv i iW the pri We ell at "I theCityprices,' n reputati pike-. im i-lul rock "t , fur the must 'ie no matter e. lull e Slight Quality a.cy s Accoomt M('l men have al ready , or soon will, -I vikl a part of their expense accounts for a winter overcoat. I he question comes up, a here to buy it. Last week an other wise worthv New iorl store advertised over coats at J9.7S and one of our G unpari-hi IX-. partment expert- bought several coat. riiese garments were 1 'A 3 I I s k I a i a S' I 1 I I i i 5 'i -. I 1 I I I '3 A i i 1 he price in itsell is never .1 safe basis for judgment, An overcoat at S'.T5 maj be the best bargain you ever had: or it may, be a rank extrav .1 .'11 ice. I or ST year- this stire has had Ihe reputati' n fi r it'llinn deptnaaHe hum chandise at price- lower than an) otfier store in the city. A 'i. i The MAN'S STORE, Broadway at Ninth W e Know the Clothes Wants of New York Men and How to Satisfy Them We know men. We know New York men. We know clothing. We know how to tell good cloth from bad and indifferent. We know the utmost present possi bilities of scissors and needle and brain combined. For the making and selling of good clothing for men was the beginning of the Wanamaker business 54 years ago. The manufacturers whom we have chosen to make Wanamaker clothing make no other clothing just like ours. They are asked to, for every one of them has built his reputation in a measure upon the fact that he can make clothing for Wanamaker's. But our way costs a little more, and well, that's too serious a proposition m for most clothiers to consider. Fall Suits Are $17.50 to $40 Topcoats and Overcoats, $18.50 to $45 Full, fine assortment Today in all sizes Hurlinirtim AtVadfl Hour Nrvv BuilUltiy 1 ssjj i; a IS o Get today your golf needfuls for the week-end games; clothes, clubs, balls; in the most complete Golf Shop in the country . Might mean a lot to you if you were to take a half hour's lesson from one of the 8 instructors in the Golf School. JOHN WANAMAKER ;'! l ii Mai a I'u litraetiom Ar. 9 S Herald ftquare, ll'way, ,; 11 n to -ih i M a g Extra hon I H O ,'-1 Browning,Klng & Company Hosiery For Tall Figures 8 1 in n H 'a 3 I aj I mil no tall women ffii have had more or less g, trouble with hosier) j lengths. B Average stockings are r1 I r, ii n ' T Ii, 's m. -i i. k. Ii ui. i H and women know what 9 happens when stockings R are excessively stretched. $ Even 1 le bel ti ickiugs B v ill "run" i T "ladder" it II stretched ciintiiuiiiiilv. I S mid we have met the con dition bv producing ho siei '. .11 inches ! i if e ceptii ';:!!! good quality . Heav v weight, all mIU in black and white mh . I Reinforced heel-, soles $ ind toes; deep, double A garter welt. n inno vat ion which the sttitelv You can't beat a combination like this: When you think of clothes it's Browning, King & Co. , of course. Shirts mean i Time flies, but not our fast color dyes. Only day before yesterday a customer called for a paii of trousers to go with a black cutaway bought in '96. M 1 . . ci . Nineteen years means soim annaitan onirli. service, but what pleased us Hats are always most was tht" condition oi tne black it hudn t laded the least lie tie bit. i Same last color scandal totiav a.-, Wt'vii inniutpH ot full assortments of t '"an-' ve:,,s 1 , . tnougli fast colons mav noi models, patterns be at easy to get. and colors Stetson's. A 1 ..Ml f I ,-na vou n nnu f - - ---- a v. - mail will appreciate m Pair $1.69 m.m , Main I laui vnimoioi U liiivuon.i M cofuir ' jT'-X . uiiij ' fi K-A-i:'.'Vl !' ft, I mar m rvw s mi mi w :-2n...- . : ...r.-.-.-...TiTiCT5ji in our stores. Our Suits at $15 and $20 are wonders for style and value. Added Quality at $25 to $40. Overcoats up to $50. Everything nu n and bo -wear. Rogeki Broadway t 13th St. I Broadway I at Warrrn Pfc-iiT COMPAN "TIM Fouf '- OTIITi f iUh Avt. MlitH Will hut hack uhal 'i'r iou Jon't Ul(t. Men' Specially Start Occupying One I ntirr Bllildm Little khop.t can't comM-ir with u Broadway at 2g SI. Cooper So aau-c ol f Ih si. Wj Moakoltaa Brooklyn. Russia Calf Shoes Dark Malioxany $2.97 & $3.98 Worth $4 & $5 Hat l.aat Low HeeU . fi ii U Sji .u. it Iiu ii jLfiji iiTii ii fl ,. Automobiles Japanned n tii hffjj in 3 Days PICKLING ENAMELING CORP. Id & Wabatar Ava.. bong Itlund city TolwpHone, Aatni'ir. U'fl ItMgningCjl Evan Cr.araclrr. AlKutcu lll-.l I' M Kll I tlM.tl.E. A I ,T RATION K I TT K R 8 Arnold, CgwtgbU) gV i'o. rgquiro the services of alteiutiun litters for thi! women'.-, and misses' depart- mgatgi Only those having hisrh elgna experience need apply to Mr. Wat sou, I Sih Street enti aiire. alTl'ATIUNM IKTHO MAWK. ' Il.'.l I I Kl l; aWKUK glngli nun. ?''. iiimiiI ,'u .illnn, upp.,r : ancn. ileal i,iti,nt 1 privuti aartvi .iHr'.-i i ifrtvar anil a' ni.rh.ni Cordovan Shoes, 5.00 & $S iHorsehide , a Rich. Dark Ru .s'o by cu$tom boolmalsi t Mirh i ecomtiii n ir i DllSU.N, Why pay royalty prices lor .1 I Golf Shoes i Ihoft Sptki In 8oU and f W AM Kh Live t Ig. 1 ) V..11 inn Kour 'id--- m , nvu -Uiig kll0W ll tfl uf U v 1 .mia maior tMiiita nU ! a - nnm D041 ovnrM u uiii (errtMi f tn" qu ' ' I ' :-4t if 'on repreitant t$ foi4ftre U4URfl rnoINM Wt:m ' r,f . 98 I'.. t Iftlll Hi.