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The Sun and the New York herald. [volume] (New York [N.Y.]) 1920-1920, March 14, 1920, Image 9

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Gliicngo Judge in Decision
Snys 'Pride in Nnino' Fig
ured in Merchant's Will.
Family Admitted Parentage of
Child in Marshall Field
lid's Trust Fund.
rptcial lo Tub Si'N New Yoiik Hcnu.n.
Ciiicacio, Mnrch 13. "Tho evident
pride" of Marshall Field In hla nnmo
xtM cited to-dny by Superior Court
Judge Denis Ii Sullivan, In n decision In
which he hold that Henry Anthony
Marsh, natural son of Henry Field and
I'oBsy Marsh, former chorus plrl, now In
London, England, could not inherit the
money set nsldo In trust for Henry Field
nnd his "lawful Issue."
'The will shows an ovldent prldp In
the pe.-iictuntlon of the mime of Field,''
tlio rinding reads, ''and this could
scarcely be considered consistent with
ihe evident Intent lo havo the name and
the bulk of this fortune linked, and at
the same time a fund be created for tho
support of chlldern who could not legally
hear the immc of Field."
The decision ends one phase of the
htliratlon In behalf of tho Marsh boy
for a share In the Field millions. The
a?c hlntced upon the terms "Issue" and
ietral Issue" of tho Grandchildren who
Tero to slmro In the trust fund of
J5.000.000 set aside by the will. The
iko phrases were used In tho will and
fortiier (Jovemor Edward F. tiunnc, rep
jcentlnff the Marsh boy. held that the
1 n hnd a rlsht to share In his father's
f state on the frround that Marshall Field,
"Minis to provide for every contin
gency, intended to malio provision for
t'Vgitimato as well as legitimate chil-il-en
of his prandchlldren.
An Interesting phase of tho decision
; that the nuostlon of Illegitimate Issue
.f the grandchildren Is considered and
treated at length. Judge Sullivan speaks
ilcsevvutions now being made
nt New York olllco,
402 Madison Ave.
rhono 0372 Murray Hill.'
able delinquencies of these children
when they should approach manhood
nnd womanhood, which would make
them parents of Illegitimate children,"
but denies that Marshall Field would
havo provided for chlldron born In "vio
lation of the law."
Judge Sullivan mentions "the feeling
of sympathy naturally evoked In any
human breasts for the three-year-old
child. "Hut cases must bo decided on
the law as It exists, and not as any one
may think It should be." ho declares. In
ruling thnt "Henry Anthony Marsh, the
minor, Is not In the class of persons con
templated by the testator as heirs of
his estate."
The romance of Peggy Maish and
Henry Field was m:idc public through
depositions filed by tho former chorus
girl soon after the death of Henry Field.
In them sho declared her child to be
tho son of Henry Field. This was vir
tually admitted by tho Field family
when Marshall Field 3d established a
$100,000 trust fund for her In settle
ment of a contract made by his brother.
A suit is also pending In which Miss
I Marsh claims for her son a part In the
tl "not only the possible but the prob- residuary estate of Marshall Field. ,
jjf "The Broadwau Shop Where Fashion Reigns" ' j
firosdmy, (Corner o6JSJfStree(
Insist Upon Style
Be Certain of Quality
Demand Values
Hagedorn is out oi the high-rental dis
trict and their small overhead charges
make this an ideal shopping place for the
woman in quest of Stylish Garments for
Spring and Summer at Moderate prices.
For Monday and Balance of Week
39 Daytime Dresses
Taffeta, Tricolette, Foulard, Georgette'or Chiffon.
Sold to $115.00. To Close Out 39.5(
38 Eneninn (inums
Sold up to $140.00. To Close Out 48
26 Georgette Dresses I
iVjodels for afternoon wear, Beaded and EmbroideL
Sold up to $135.00. To Close Out
12 Black Lace and Net Des
For afternoon and dinner wear,
Soli up to $135.00. To Close oJ'&"
1 9 Duvetyn Dresses 0 rn
Sold up to $185.00. To Clo? f1 OO.DU
The long CosjarJc model so da
to wear with
separate'skirts is featured irf thy ' nr fifk
uut &o.vv
Sold formerly ai $65.00
Of Georgette, Voile or Net.
Soli up to $22J0.
No Exchanges
Close Out O.ifU
No Alterations
NAME "BvftiK uin
Prescribed by ph for over ehteen Vears
' -1 i U
Ttw "Bayer Cros" " l?u
Ms means you a.e f1' tnc scnu,V
"Bayer Tablet, '"" Provcd
"fe by mlllion3H,ple- .,
rectinn. "Headache. Tooth-e0nLchCe7ura,la-
tlsm. Lumbago, Sciatica, Neuritis and
for Pain generally.
Handy tin boxes of 12 tablets cost
only a. few cents. Druggists also so"
larger Bayer packages. Aspirin Is tho
trade mark of Bayer Manufacture of
Monoacetlcacldester of Sallcyllcacld.
An advance Spring thrpment (showing
the very newet novelties in Women's
Colored Handkerchiefs) will be placed
on sale this week at
.15 Each
Women's Colored Linen Handker
chiefs with daintily hand embroidered,
Special .50c Each
$re Hours 9 A.M. to 5:30 P. M. Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention
i Contribute to the Visiting Nurse Service Fund
cAsireiuie at 40t6 tozcl
Beginning TomorrowAnnual March Sale
Men's Business Shirts
M Hair Nets H
W We make a specialty df real Human H
U Hair NeU in the bet gradti it it posi- U
j ble to procure for the low price Rf
M quoted. In a full range of the Fj
wanted ihadei tn Cap and Allover Wt
m i .oo Dozen
(.Yo C. O. D.'b) U
i ni 1 A .. V
Prenare f APnl nwers Dy uenamg
QuyAnnual March Sale of
gervable Storm Umbrellas
lot 1 Women's C
n Umbrellas 26 inches carved and mission handles with silk loops.
Regularly $3.00 2.25
Lot 2-
r, . Jox Taffeta Umbrellas with silk case Balcalite trimmed handles with silk loops,
omen s r n if
Regularly $4.50 ,45
ion Storm Umbrellat mitsion and Prince of Wales plain wood handles.
Regularly $3.00 2.35
p -Women' 8 Colored Silk Umbrellas :
Newest Nocelty Handles
Bakalite trimmings, leather side straps and rings stub ends to match these short club
handles extra fine quality of silk 8 rib paragon frame.
Regularly $13.50
w- ArnMs Standard High Grade Qualities in
60 Distinct Patterns
The first and most important item is the price,
which for this occasion has been lowered to about
H less than the regular value next.ve emphasize
the fine grades of mercerized and plain woven
madrases. ,
All clean cut, fast patterns and excellent qualities.
Only the most desirable of the advance Spring and
Summer weaves in this important sale.
All new Shirts ready to put on soft French cuffs.
Sizta 14 to 17 Sleeve alterations free.
Regularly Retailed at 3.50 Each
3 for 7.50
iVb Tax
New Cottons
assortment that will halt a eery
rite appeal to critical shoppers and
tttl prices are an added inducement tor
buying early ana in quantities.
?800 Yards of Novelty Voiles-tinted grounds
seve to feature a large variety of new designs
J-38 inches wide. Value $1.00 Yard.
Swiss Organdies in a diversity of
beautiful plain shades also white
permanent finish, 44 inches wide.
Special at 1.25 per yard.
1,000 Yards Cotton Voile (white only)
39 inches wide. Special at .35 per yard.
Dress Goods
Typical Arnold, Coniiable & Co.
qualities, which means the best the
market produces at prices not lo
be duplicated later. '
All Wool Dress Serge in Navy, Mid
night Blue and Black 41 inches wide
a firm, beautiful weave for women's and
Children's Spring Apparel.
Rciularly $2.75 Yard. This week at 2.25
Wool Jersey Cloth 54 inches wide
Specially priced this week at
3.95 per yard
Second Floor Specials
NEW APPAREL For Women and Misses
A distinguished collection of Tailored Suits, Wraps arid Dresses, rttcaling fashion's decree of the
mode in the diccrsily of noccl ideas shown in clcterly placed trimmings, the new long line silhouettes and
the smart effects achieved in notched collars and Tuxedo fronts. .
Tailor Made Suits for maids and matrons equal in every respect to the highest type of custom
made garments. Developed in Men's Wear Serge, Hairline Stripes, Tricotines and Poiret Twills
embroidered, braid bound and plain tailored styles ranging in ricc from
52.00 to 205.00
Women's suit illustrated at the left is of dark blue tricotine showing the longer dropped line at
the sides handsomely embroidered in silk braid.
New Frocks at 37.50
An attractive assortment that will merit the attention of the discriminating buyer embracing
Taffeta and Georgette combinations, Foulards and Tricotines the effective use of-beads and em
broidery is in interesting contrast to other models of decided simplicity. A very unusual showing
specially priced at 37.50.
Duv de Laine Wraps at 55.00
This material lends itself gracefully to the mode of the moment which is all enveloping or can be
posed over dainty frocks and leftopen at the front. The large collar is also adaptable for.open or
muffin tn thr throat rffrrt Vir-anf ifullv YmeA with fiffured silk. Soeciallv Driced at 55.00.
tine fin " " ...
New Silks
that arc indescribably chic and delight
fully appealing lo those in search of sorri;
thing different, distinctive and typically
Gold Crepe, a new Spring material of supeor
quality on Black, Rose du Barry, Jade.
American Beauty, Heliotrope and other
effective backgrounds. 40 inches,
wide. Yard, 8.00
W 1 i
Smart Veilings
A representative showing of Spring's newest
styles in French Veilings, emphasizing colored
Chenille Dots and Fancy Meshes. Special .at
.50 per yard.
Made Veils clever squares in scroll effects
in Taupe, Brown, Navy, Black and Violet.
5.75 Ea.
Blouses Designed for
Wear With Above Styles
Illustrated Tricolette Over-Blouse heavy firm quality with
graceful design embroidered in contrasting shades of worsted.
Special at tf.50
Mignonette Silk Over-Blouses daintily trimmed with ribbon in
black, navy and the new high shades. Special at ,9.45
Batiste Blouses hand made and hand tucked with single and
double hemstitching. Special at 5.7.5
Novelty Sport Satin, the accepted
weave for various outdoor Spring ac
tivities self covered designs on Rosi:,
Taupe, Turquoise, blue and other charu t
ingly colorful grounds. 40 inches wie'le.
Yard. 7.00.
Printed Georgette in the new sea
rcn's designs 40 inches wide. Yard,
New Spring Foulards in a lovely
variety of patterns in light and dark
effects. 40 inches wide. Yard, 4.75
Silk Lingerie
of Crepe de Chine and Satin
lace trimmed or tailored models.
'tCAMISOLES.2.25, 3.50 to 5.95
BLOOMERS 4.95 to 9.75
7.50 to 11.50
GOWNS 14.95 to 22.50
(Tax not Included)
Radium Silk Petticoats with a flounce or
hemstitched. 10.50
Satin Petticoats with fringe at bottom also
model with a tailored hemstitched hem.
Jersey Petticoats with fringed bottom.
, 13.50
Some of the Excellent Values to Be Had
in the Sale of
Figured Comfortables
The low prices are made possible due to a late shipment
of an order placed last Fall and just received in time for
this sale.
Figured Silkoline Comfortables with a dainty all over design cotton
filled. Very specially priced at 4.00 ea. . '
Same gTade, with plain sateen border and best cotton filling. Very
specially priced at 6.25 and 7.00 ea.
-Extra Special-
Wool Filled Comfortables in figured and floral patterns on a
fine silkoline covering combining a maximum of warmth with a
minimum of weight. ,
Featuring a new-line. lf Summer Blankets in plain
pink or blue borders single ana aouoie bed
Attractively priced.
ichitc, or icith
New Modes in -
Women's Gloves
Priced Less Than Usual
Two clasp Milanese Silk Gloves a superior quality with
Paris Point and 3 row embroidery
Black Mode
rongee T
1 aupe
Very Specially Priced at .85
Women's French Kid Gloves a dressy model finished
with Paris Point embroidery in Brown, White and Grey.
An opportunity to purchase now for Easter at decided
savings. Special Pair, 2.50.
Pull on and one clasp style Cape Gloves in Tan,
Brown and Battleship Grey a limited quantity,
therefore early shopping is advised.
Regularly $3.00 and $3.50
Infroducingthe New
Couch Hammocks
In the Annual March Sale
At a Very
Special Price
Pictured at the right is
one of tbe most" practical
of the new season's models.
It is very strongly, con
structedmade with" a
canvas wind shield and
magazine pockets in
Khaki and Grey.
15.75 "
STAND 6.95 Extra
CANOPY .' .....7.50 Extra

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