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THE EVENING WORLD, TUESDAY, OPTO BE B 8, 1912
American's Chinese Wife Solves Problem
Of the Ideal Combination in Marriage
Kindness and Gentleness
of the Husband and the
Home Loving Qualities
of the Woman Astute
Mrs. Ah Yung Kwai
She Incidentally Tells of
the Chinese Woman
Who Is So Big That She
Was Made a Member of
Parliament for Fear
She Would Lick a Lot
Marguerite Mooers Marshall.
-I think that the Ids oomMnt
to In marring la ths OMiih
wtf and tli Amnions hnaband.
Tli latter la no kind ul good Uint
h will not impose on any woman.
And th OkJnaaa wlf la ao gsntl
and such n homs-loTsr tan ah
would nTT think of Imposing
npou bar husband. Bo of conn
thsy will Uvs happy as-er attar."
That la Ihe very natural belief f Mr.
Ah Tung Kival Dronibarier. Aa you
gather, the Dromberger manage la a
living axempllflration of Mra. Dromber
ger'a quaint tlhoory. She la an attrac
tive and well-educated young Chin
'woman, whoae father la head of the
guetutna department In Shanghai. Her
husband la a rhlladelphlan who aalla au
tomohllea. There a picturesque tsJa afloat
bout Mrs. Ah Yung's doing a aort of
Oriental Pocahontas stunt and affecting
a personal rescu of her future spouse
from tlie ranatlcs of the Boxer rebellion,
but .he truth of their meeting, though
less highly colored, Is more favorable to
Thin as a proKrt'HSlve nation.
"I met my husband Just aa an Ameri
can girl would meet here," Mra. Drom-
BT JWH Bk ' I
IgBriB . 4 gBBBB
ST li rw i blt z uMm
berger explained with a prtly dimity,
"tlecause of my father's position In tha
custom house he was broufht into con
tact with most Americana who came to
Shanghai. And h liked them vary
much ,md rtl.l all he could to serve
them. He wns particularly attracted to
the young men In the navy who aeemed
lonely and homelk.
MKT HER FUTURE HUSBAND
AMFRIC AN FASHION.
"Mr. Protnhergsr waa one of the,
inrdly mor than a boy. My father
asked hlrn to din at Ma horn and, of
course, to meet the members of his fam
ily. And so I was Introduced to him In
my own parlor, and ao " Mrs. Drom
bergar stopped and waa date ted In th
act of blushing, though aha haa bean
married eight yeara.
She speaks (lawless English, by the
way. nnd weara strictly Kngllah, or
rather Parisian, hats and frock. Hh
Is at least three inches taller than the
average Chinese woman, slen.ler aa a
read, and she walks lightly and firmly
on reet that have apparently never
aspired to be "golden lllle."
"Ar you not a college woman?" the
"No, I waa educated at a private
school In Philadelphia," ah replied. "I
stayed with my husband' people before
I waa married. 8lnce then we have
bean travailing nil over the world In
dia, Italy, ewiuarland, nnd, of courae,
through mv own Munlrv I hs.l a home
In China, but only for a little wMle.
Wc have eotna back to Am-rtc be
cau I ndd n rent, and wa ahall
atay In Philadelphia till Chris-roes "
"But do Chinese girl usually enjoy
such aoolal freedom aa you had before
you married T"
MOh, aver ao many of them In theee
dsys'" she replied, enthusiastically.
'Particularly In Shanghai, which I
think ta tha moat nllThtend and pro
gressive place la the -hole republic
Thar th girl are educated, thay alng
and play and dance, they five parti,
thy go out and. therefore, they hare a
chance to meet young man almply and
naturally, aa Western girls do."
CHINESE WOMEN WAKINO UF
"I do not fl that there I so much
difference, after all, between tha women
of tha East and Wast. We have been
I .uleep. mow we are waking up. The
average Ohlneee woman la ami oevwieu
to her home and huaoand and children,
but (he I gradually infusing more In-
telHgrncn Into hr devotion. She I less
independent, a yet, MM ready to think
ml dc!d for herself. In opposition to
t.. hMllv'l w,.Aa fill 1 ill, fWlt tlS.
lleve that she I naturally las clever
than the Western woman. She la Ilk I
a child that must learn to atand before '
It ran run.
To show how women havs devel
oped and how th feeling toward them
haa changed. I may tell you that we
have a number of women physicians.
And In our nation a physician Is re
garded with th very highest honor
and respect. We have many women.
teachers, and even som business
women. And we have eomethlng that
you have not women soldiers in our
"And you bava suffrage?"
"Not yet, but w shall surely hsve It
before long. The very day that the
President of our Republic wa Inau
gurated a delegation of women, some
of them from th bet famlllee In the
late, marched up to the headquarter"
of the new government and demanded
th ballot. Oh, that wa a wonderful
day! The women wer mint cour
teously received, snd the President told
us frankly that while he could not give
us the vote now h would surely do
so before long."
"But. according to cable despatches,
there Is a woman In the Chinese Par
liament. Did tha men elect her?" Mra
Dromberger waa asked.
"Oh," she said, naively, "I think she
waa allowed In tha Parliament to keep
tha peace. I don't know how many votes
h received, but aha Is a great, big
woman and there might have been ever
ao much trouble If she had not been
allowed har way."
Preaumably one feminine "heathen
Chine" ha discovered the superiority
of militant methods even over the smile
that la chlldllks and bland! But desplts
the success of militancy In this par
ticular instance It ta not In general
favor, according to Mrs. Ah Yung Kwal
Dromtierger. "We do not break win
dowa or try to burn theatre or any
thing of that kind. We do not want to
throw atone at our man. We think the
beat way I to ask them politely for
what wa want.
"China haa really changed," she con
cluded, earnestly, "although you In tha
West may not realise It. During all
rhea years of education and prepara
tion the change haa been going on. The
Idea of a republic, a free government,
lies close to th heart of th people.
We are firmly on the forward road, and
we shall not turn back."
ui ulumu Lummuu
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ImP nei ami Loss or Sua
MSI , rat Sin SiSigitttt of 1
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MAZA GOES TO PRISON
I Charge n" Affaires, haa been
r-rtn iTTiei nil nine All I r" iwg en a a n,i inipnaunnsasi..
run A I iOI un UIDOUri. This Is not th extreme penalty under
I the Cuban law. but waa considered by
HAVANA. Oct. . Knrlque Mate, a the Court as a fair equivalent far th
Cuban newspaperman, who recently I penalty for th ama ana
j assaulted Hugh B. Olbsnn. the American t'nlted Btatas.
otltirifll ;uul Household Uten
sils Brought Hack by Ste
ranssofi Also Shown,
The American MunetMi ot Natural
History placet on tkhlMtlon : . 1.
everal c.-ises of Rsqu mau weapoill rn
utensils which Prof VUhJal nui ttsfaas-
on brought bach with him from Coro
nation Qttlfi W'here he claims to hav.
discovered a tr!le of several thousand
blund Esquimaux, who many kalian
o be descendants of the lost trfbl (
Brio the RgS'l Norm men. lw wi re
driven from thf shores of OfaaBlaM in
th fourteenth century.
Th exhibit consists of clothing, m
plament of hunting and tls'ilng and Hie
simple household utensils Used h) iht I
northern tribes. Thii clothlnir Is all
made by hand from the skinn "f CarlbOU
and aeal. The hunting w.mpu.is ..
made of spruie, picked up along the
ahora and flnlsh.-l off soffAatlmal wltt,
pieces of caribou antlers or copper.
Knives, apaara nnu nnrpoont are
made of copper, except r.ir an occa
alonal ultratuod-ru In-truni. it, which
Is fashioned of Iron. Prof, Stefansson
found no musical Instruments IU10Jg
th tribes atotpi a few ilruma. Mi
says, however, that they sine well gad
easily pick up our ragtime and hymns.
Ha thinks the most Interesting tiling
about hi collection Is the use nf nop
per wherever metal is requited. This
th natives mine themselves and then
hammer Into ahape in prlmltl.e fash
Ion. Many of their knives and we n'mm ,
are aald to closely resemble tho,e of
the Norsemet . rror wnom tney are
lleved to bt discendiMl. No other
qulmairx arc known to use copper.
For Inflmts snd ChUdrta.
The Kind You Have
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
tm ' it. mwm vsm vt.
(Art VOniG KwaQ
D(ne In Our Restaurant on the Eighth Floor Popular Prices -Quick Service MuSla by Orchestra -Sintfina
IV . CVSN f!. 11 antaw ' Tnd supplied by Reteil Liquor Ueel.t nnd Orocrn. Firitclu. Ben on Draught
In New York's Shopping Center Easily Reached from Everywhere
Patrons here, as elsewhere, are quick to
appreciate the individuality and tonic quality
or Blatz. These products are recognized, at
once, by that snappy Blatz fragrance and body.
Good to look at and indescribably satisfying
to the taste. Order a case that you may all
enjoy its benefits at home.
ALBERT KRUMENAKER, Wholesale Deafer
508-516 West 166 Street New York City
Now in Progress with Another Array of Stirring Bargains
$40.00 Handsome Royal
Size Oxltft. Made of the finest wor
st, d. Variety of new $ fj A(
pittr-ns. Spc'ia1, at MiJ.OXJ
$24-50 9x12 Royal
In rich Oriental pattern and attractive
allover effects. Kug $ 1 r C f
Week. Price lO.U
9x12 Seamless Brussels Rug
One of the handsoinett ruga woven in America
1 1 are practically indestructible, on ac
'-','int of Itrin't WOVafi -n one niece.
neric.;they ) Kr
tr Foortb Klnor.
9x12 Seamless Velvet
An extraordinary vitliic. Wonderful
aasnrlmcnt 'f liund- $
some ilcsigns. Spt-cinl
Triple Weight Cork Linoleum
The colors are new, bright and clear
cut in wmul, Ilnur aul
tile effects in a great a a C
variety of pattern;
squ re yard at
32 9x12 Seamless Axminsur kul'A
rom the Sandford Mills. Altractivr uu'iulli. n and II
-II It 3 ,'. ... I
anover run -is; huiiiiihc lur iliiiiiiK-nintiii. i . m,
rooms ami chninbcrs; nrver unii
1 . 50 Quality Inlaid Linoleum
Ultra heavy quality, not to be con
founded with the ordinary sale
goods advertised at C
similar prues; squaic
vard al W t
Nairn's lamou . Inlaid
Made from pun' llnsnan1 oil ami r rl
is very durnlilr, larg sn mt '
range of brigM new
r.l Bs w
Noteworthy Sale of
Fine Lace Curtains
Tonofrv at 3 flf '1 iie I huI
at the special i II D v , kii iio and
priienf fVV 7. mi crude.
AN' unusual achievement in value-giving a sale
I hut is mo t (itm iy nrul bdpfttL The fJkt W.OO, if'
hardly enough to pavfor thf st of mutt-rial and making
it would DC Inpouiblfl to Imy SlWtllSf lot to m 11 at this price.
T hen. too, wr want f o impraa upon you that thine curtain
are the finest made good and in the bait pa' (erne. In.
eluded in tha lot are liandiomv Itith Point La" -trtaint,
white only; elaborate, y I raided ftenaieiance '. urtuini,
whita or Arabian color; very eiiowy corJed Arabian Lace
Curtain; Arabian color only; beautiful nfarie Antoinette)
Lace Curtaim, white or Arabian color. They are 40 to S4
inchet wide, il'j and 3 yardt iurt(f.
V- w ish Wt liail molt HMCO to toll you of thi. gale, hut we
will let you lie the illile of the value IT I mirth !.
7.00. $8.00 and $9.00
Including Marie w mnrtlel irrCur-
tain Renaissance I, ace (.'urtuini,
1 rem h I, iirei r li in t urlsin., An-
t hi ue LmM ( urt Una, Iri n '
( urlains, Imw u i i I
Krani lisn.i nude
Laos C irlnins .
$10.00, $11.75 and $13.75
IneJudini these liuiidsonir styles.
Irish Point l.acr Curtain. Ilruxrli
Lace urt ai ue. Luce Arnlii.in Cur-
. .. . e ,
tain.. iiciiiiiMianre i,n
Marie Auloinrl te Lai
( nrliiins, special, per
puir at . . . .
usee i htt"hi .
It makftH 111 tie difforenct what you
tl--a World "Want" will go got It.
In New York's Shopping enter
Final Clearance of
All Used Pianos
HlHiiiiiiid. piirt hunt-d from lit run be rx-
rllk.DK' M fill) VKllif or relnrnnl for cftali,
Um lo " ' !)( within una xrar.
To-Day and To-Morrow.
a. to .111
I 1.7 00
w 1 11.11 1 . rnitE.
2 l-A lurala -
, ,.a mt
T-m ul a Carat
It. 1 7'J
CI " " "
3- urn an
I.n-1 week our piano hu
decided to niakfl trcnien u
il' Diiid UWii inuo- In onl
inonts now on the way Uo.u
Vc. will place any of these
piano m your honre m
iti win 11 extensive t:iat we have
reductions n 't' hundred more
r to nink room for the new instru-
Ladles' and ..entlenten'g sues
Wlien bulng Otsinuods. aa In oth
tlilngi,, inie uuts ihr best talue ter tli.lr
rniiiu j. I lie lael iliai "A lllamoud U a
blsiiHin.l" ilue. out n.eo thai it Is une at
1 nnulilv ur a fourth ur tlfln grail
iannuiil. W e liae lllainunii. at liSyU.Op
ser (mat, other, ul Sa f Carst.
It ion iu ore .lioun a lllamouil at our
i Jr. 1 our .... lr..iii.ii of many ears'
siiirrirnir in the lliuinond Iraile will rs
iilsin mill Mini rau the ilifrrrrot grade.,
.in. 11 out the bud a. uell as the muni
lualllii'M of each. It e hue sold lllamoml.
Keel I" "'e iiiihlle for ossr thlrtr-oae
.,. , and tn-dni are the largest Hlsniond
initiiirtrr telling direct to the nubile In
tin 1 n't' ii ilstsa.
Sre our window display of over half a
Bullion dollar. worlh of diamonds. All
Ji! ml) marked IO to .I.OOO.OO.
CHARLES A. KEENE
jsB aO aTTk Importer ef IMasnonds.
1 SO Broadway, New York
'i ben, if yon detire to keep
it. make Davrrientl a-i low a-
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Our Tumif art VdeeK
C ALK which is (XnUnuing all this week is one great success, proving beyond dottbt that
we sell furniture of superior goodness for lower prices than any other store in t lie- world.
The items below tell their own bargain story, but we want
you to bear in mind that there are hundreds of others
that space will not permit mention of in these columns.
Come to-morrow and share in these wonderful savings, together with the many others wlu
are benefiting by our low prices.
All lrn. with imir ved ln'iiier, the
jiusts are he. ivy IbcL tlockl I he tillers
arc 1 V-j inch, witb a littik on em h filler;
pret I ier bed you will not see for H I or
rtu l urnitiire We. k Krlc, (20.00.
$85 3-Plece Parlor Suite.
lias loOaa iiisliiofi seat, uphohtereil
b.iek; your rhoiee of tbf bast grade
of panM plusb or lapeslry; has to
extra heavy frame; eg.
rrplionally well finish I at fx
CeaitttlBi Braai Bad, rVovgg Wire
Spring ami a good Ma' tress. Over
MO of these were soll the opening
.l.i it he sale. Just Hill
left to sell at
Large and full site, solid oak, for Wed
nesday, at less thancott to
it rnih i
To-Morrow's Great China Feature Is
$65 and $75 Dmn r Sets
Special for $50
REMARKABLY xd values, too! Due to direct
buying at the potteilSS Ultfosd nnd at home, and also to
IT Mi IS fleer.
In this particular tot we
have Thco. Havihind,
Limoffl. Old Abbey and
Austrian China, every
piece of which is treated
w ith coin gold ; moreover
these seta are in open
stock patterns, which en
ables you to replace or
add any other pieces de-
No housekeeper who wishes a dinner set of tbe better grades
an stfi.nl to overlook thil ehanie to save.
Held for future dllvrr If
Club Plan Payments May Be Arranged if Desired
onsnlt our M.ire
secotlBtl on the basond I'lom
100-Piece Theo. Haviland
Oinner Sets 37.50
100-Piecc Old Abbey Dinner
100-Picce Old Abbey Dinner
100-Picce Old Abbey Dinner
100-Piecc English Porcelain
Sets open stock) $16.93
Electric or Gas Reading or
Table Lamps $3.98
I'omplctt, ready for use, reu
Urh -old ut $.5.00.
IS 2-Light Electric Larrps
Have leaded (las shades;
very artistic. Mwww
2-Light Electric Lamps
$18 Art GlassDomes. f 10.98
Measures inrbes in diameter nnd
traded in bv band into a beautiful
design in either green or amber; made
to fit any height ceiling; complete
for gas, with 100 candle-power in
Hand-Painted China. 25c
I'seful as well as ornamental, also
fur card prises; values in this lot up
On Wednesday We Offer:
A Pea-e Upright i fam n&
A Mozart Upright Lg P 7
A Decker Upright
A Stelnway Upright
A Chickering Upright
A Weber Upright
A Steek Upright
A Chickering Upright
A Gshler i p iglit
A Hainei Upright
Sad many others
A MoPhsil Upright
A Kranich & liiieh
and many others
17 Kourtli rlmir.
Our Annual Pure Food Show
buy your groceries here.
Is bringing thousands of thrifty housekeepers. Wc mentiou a few of the iiniiiy specials for to- I ( pKUNaaS
morrow. Do noL miss this event. If you desire to keep down the cost of liviiiL' vou can do so if s ou ' I a,tai 'n"
a! r, x ' . ,.l'l. syeil.1, ' W
I 1 . MJ
-.30 V. H
XTiLirrlnilv liv Thg- I. mite's Imnerial nrchestra a
C7 slsth 1 lunr.
11. to 1 1,0 p. y.
4 :iu p,
Moxley's "Spa'-tsl" or
Golrtsn Kula. ds.lcloua for
lbs.. 1 -id. print.
Te Ceylon, Oolong
or Ml. .'!. lb. tvt. . .
eMlMi rUOalna Kin
I si 13e full pound
,.1 s, 'till IO I d
rad rip; 4oi..
1.20; can ...
Huiar C'urad llms and
son! BrtkfMt Htwns
-Rnv.. BtUrt Urunt. d-
llolou sugar f
vor; cholc, lb.. , .
C f rs frosh rosi
4 tlnd. ib. t.
SALE OF FLOUR
Roral Stuart or (.old Medal
Your choice. 7c
bbl. aack I OC
riffs Ksphtha sr Prln
and p. a o. !aasi oe
chelc. IO rahe. . OOC
rS.olkS Tiii ler I la.
I I mil llalr. A rth 1 I
I ... I:.'.'. 10cf
WINES y LIQUORS
Hire Fancy Jsp.u
styl. 4 iti
Mun.hlnr HUciiIIh -rMy.
Macaroni- sp.-!!, 1
1 v va
l.ol.lrn W nldlng Ke
I inch Jt Co. . S'l.
- nr.; full qt. hot .
(ilu - llurntt's Old London
Ory ir Turn; bottls fiUc
Port or Hherrf '. t inia.
tit. pries . 94
aal . p. ll st . 1 ..t
lluli.iuoet -- Ul. bot- 7Q-
Fancy New York State Baldwins
with that elusive, delicious flavor that
makes you think of the old orchard,
and of the pies and durcplings of long
ago. They are worth a great deal more
than we ask here to-morrow.
Mail and Telephone Orders Filled.
IT Si. k nee.
Per Barrel 3.50
Lartfe Hamper 95c
5-Quart Basket ... 25c
-SIMPSON CRAWFORD CO.. SIXTH AVENUE. 1STU TO MTU STREET. IN NEW YORK'S SUUPPWO CfcNTLK
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