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THIS EVENING WORLD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER , 1912.
FAT UNCLE FOILED
BY ELOPERS FROM
Tropical Romance That Bud
ded in Costa Rica, Flowers
in New York.
"BLESS YOU, CHILDREN!"
That's the Way It Ends, After
Rich Cousin and Angry Dad
I Are Outwitted.
frwtty, clark-syccl Dolorss Ruts and
Emlft.nl Leon Qarl -m children to
(wttitr In Costa Rleo. Thft banana
plantation! of thftlr fathers adjoined,
ami thft ohlldran were much thrown
together. Under the rocottnut palm
tTftft they clayed. They walked to
aTftthftr to achool throuitl) avenue of
ejrtmd-frult treat and tnnirlel madrono.
Thfty (raw up aa sweethearts. The
parents of each made no objection.
They thoufht nothing of thft boy ami
girl love affair. But with thft young
pople the love which had budded In
ahlldhood flowered with later youth.
Ltkft Paul aad Virginia, they grew
n all la all to each other and know
Do patai. until Dolores, thrae years ago.
U taken o Madrid by her mother
Ttie girl waft then a little mora than
flitMn years old. Her beauty charmed
th heart of her ooualn, a man many
ssaara herr senior. He proposed to her
another that they should be married,
bat the girl would have none of hlni.
Ho waa wealthy aind In a high elation
of life In Madrid, but :.. aheknla
eonpked with Mie stMoltles of marriage
dtd not appeal to Dolorei, who thought
only of her Leon, who waa waiting for
her under the eoeoon.it pakna In far
away Costa Illca.
AHA I THE VILLAIN APPEARS
ON THE SCENE.
More than a year was eDi:nt In 8naln.
Then the girl and her mother returned
fft their home on the plantation. The
wealthy cousin corrcaponded with .
Henor Ruiz and proclaimed hli Inten-
tlona. The girl waa too young, the
father thought, but he encouraged the
smithy suitor. Dolorea and I ..-on did
not aee aa much of each other aa h
for the trip to Spain, and two years
hftset with trials to them rolled away.
Some month aaro word w:ui Tov!vod
from Madrid that the cousin waa sail
ing for roan Rica. Then the newa waa
broken to Dolorea that ahe waa to
marry her ooualn.
Threa weak ago th coualn arrived
and tawk tan aua anode at trie Rma plan
tation, twnii waa to .lav no say In
thft itinu tfhloh tiad been arranged
for ban). b) flow to Ley a and I.eon
got busy. He was bis father'a only heir
and the fattier losked nith encourage
msnt on Ma love for Dolores. He knew
nothing of the cousin. I. 'on one dark
night was driven in the family ear.-yail
to the plantation of s r RuU. Dolurvj
escaped the vigilance of her duenna.
A priest was ready and the good ship
Prtnz Slglamund was aulllng for New
Tork on the following morning. Thft
young lovers were married and got aafi
ly on thft ateamsr.
As thft vessel was pulling out of Port
I.tmon next morning Henor Ru! and the
eoualn appeared on the rickety pier. The
father was frantic and Uie cousin danced
up and down lUte a harlequin. Bennr
Ruls demanded that the steamer pui
back, but (lie captain waa too busy steer
ing his vessel clear of the treacherous
rftstf that gusrds (ho h trbor. Father and
coualn yelled and cursed In vain. The
Uppers waved them a fond fare-well.
Ranor Ruiz attempted to follow the, a in
a boat, but the boatmen ebnigged their
shoulder and told him It whs too dan
jersna, AND "BLESS YOU. MY CHIL
DREN," ENDS IT.
Senor Ruiz bad a brother, a wealths
fruit merchant. In New Orleans, and
to him he cabled to capture and hold
tut runaways The l'rlnz Slgiara md
arrlvad here this rn n!:ic Manuel
Ttulx, the New Orleans merchant, also
arrived tills morning hv train. He
was lata. 11a emerged from the subway
at the Battery while the ship pa
songsrt were being landed at Pier I
of the Spanish Line. Over 'ha cobbles
id crooked lanes the linols made his
.ay to ths pier. He la llorhl and (at.
It was not easy going, but he re
doubled his effurta and sagged and
swayed and pulled and pedalled alung
the tortuous path. He arrlvud on the
wharf as Leon was handing hit bride
Into a taxlcab.
The uncle talked volubly In Spanish
Ion remonstrated. The bride e,.it
softly. A crowd gathered, but the little
trio paM no attention to anybody, Lrn Is
Manuel Insisted bis Hl(S go with him,
T.ton, hla dark eves llasliii.tf, dugl I
1:1a bride Should DOf he taken from h in
The uncla thr.Henrd. Leon dove Inlo
hla dress-suit MM and drew forth I
letter from the prist! hu had iiiurrl" I
them. L'ncle Manuel riad anil sorSjtoh .1
his Stead. He loogsd M the room and
than at the brhle. lie shrugged HU
shoulders and sa.d in tipantSh; "What's
the use?" He took pretty, weeping
iJoiore to hla anus anil Imptsntsd upon,
her sweet Hps an avuncular kiss. lis
shook hands wiih LoOQ and Invited
both to breakfast.
"I will Intenvie wall my brother," lie
1 will go to irlt," ssld Ie-on
aTftuit made (he uncle laugh n1 h
playfully dug hll I th -In-law In fie
And whs.' Will ' ' I " ; " '
ottos. "You will I lo Now 11 loans
with nie and I will II Its IN l yo'J
totli until nveryi 'In l aallofnotory ...
(tntne. Thsn 1 1II 'lld '0M ' k t-i
Coata Rico atel m l.rulhtr wll .
juu an l all olll -:. "
'OBdlllel Vlilk tor Boklog "I "
CBICAOO, Oci H i. e. Iimidretl and
tu cases Of I olid. 1 1 - 'i i III f' Itl read
(or uss in 'he faotoi . a munui .
i ntr of liifnnh loi d an n lanini i
as unfit for human I'onaumptlon b;
health dcpai tnjvlit lurpa.'lufl 111 yet
It s the Inside of the
And Not the Outside, " Says
"Because I Wouldn't Dis
cuss Fellows and Dances
With the Other Mag
pies My Fellow Em
ployees Kidded Me and
Thought I Was Dull
and Spiritless," Writes
a Girl Who Has Made
'But My Beauty Would
Not Take Me Very Far,
and I Succeeded by Be
ing Zealous in the Per
formance of My Work
and Doing All I Could
to Learn the Business.
BY NIX0LA GREELEY -SMITH.
t ' afll
, ' jj
-NIVOLA GR&E.LEY-3MITH mor'' Indeterminable than those popu
lar conundrums, "What Is whi,.ey?" or "What la beer?" For no two ex
perts agree In the analysis of beauty, and one man's Venus Is another man's
I shall not ntrempt to define beauty, but, whatever It Is, I would Use
to know when and where the possession of it ever did any womsn any per
Th slrsns of history ftzftrted
thftlr tremendous Influence becanaft
they war slrsns not bftoauaa they
war beautiful. Many of them
war not. Sirens have power mor
bftoansft thfty are morally minus
than bftoauss they are pulehrltu
dlnouslv plus. Bftanty la lta ab
solute perfection Is tbe most spir
itual thing In ths universe Thar
la real truth In thft expreaalon "aa
ugly as sin." Sin la ugly and sin
ner ars ugly.
Aubrey BftSrdslsy and the other
decadents drew women who are abso
lutely unbeautifui from any standpoint
and tbty ha4l to do It to produce 'heir
QUALITY OF ATTRACTIVENESS
PASSES FOR BEAUTY.
Wlmt often paasftt for h.uuly, what
praetlOSlly all men artists mla-
Ink. lor lenut. ;.nd Whal in.itiv urtlsts
prefer to beauty, is B QUSllty of at
IMOtlvensas wlileh ever) woman po
sesses in some measure and some
sroinen posssss to ths versa ,,r carica
lugs. B 'f lit in v - the beauty of the
Venue of Mllo (r HaoMonnles' Iiiana
la aa spiritual si S VftspSf h' inn, as
Incorporeal a benediction. Just ex
actly how such a quality may assist the
possessor lit the prosaic world of t.usl
nesu 1 fall to fathom, though un
djybtedly It la the most taUsfSOtOry
nSury any wotnsti may airy about
Charm of a sort does help The Olr!
who Makes Oood -perhaps i should
say churm of the bSttSff sort.
But hor vsry best asset Is, as thft
department store uianajtr anya, lo
Id her hftad. "Men don t Uke
clever womon." "If you have a
brain about you conceal It In deal
ing with men. The allly woman
wins ovsi th clever wouian," Sir.,
So run the .latitude that many
women snitors ssom to h.iv. conspired
io kelp alln".
Actually the Intelligent woman finds
that u man RtftfttS lh.- fsmlnlM poosSBs
sor of a real brain With dagsd 'rat
Itudft. There Is just one of o-
-ailed Intsllsctuul woman that mtnl
disiik' snd so do intoliigenl womon.
She Is Ihg SSlf conscious pru- who
cackles svsry Urns sh hie an Idas as
though, no one ever had one before
Heauiy, in my opinion! is .. delightful
luxury to The tiin Whs Makes liood us I
rare a. i lu'lhint an I usel.-in as t
string of pemis. A brain Is u grSAttl
ssl iifce.-sity in tie profssslonaj oi
WHO MAKES GOOD
Copyrlsht. 112, by ths Press Puhllshtns Co. (The New Tork World).
'v hJIO Mg F0 vsStM roe Mass
awe not talwimo With im OTNga
maopies . M.r.
"A handsome exterior may be of
some fleeting advantage to the young
woman In bualneas, but at :he last
analysis It's the lnalde of the head
that counts and not the outside."
This quotation from a speech by
the general manager of a New York
depart mont siore haa been sent to me
by a New York girl as embodying her
own view of the advantage of Brains
over Beauty to The Girl Who Makea
(tood. My own opinion Is that Beauty
Is the most overrated possession that
falls t the lot of femininity, and I
say this with due appreciation of the
i.iet that a woman can't make such
a statement without Inscribing her
self aa a Gorgon In the reader's mind.
"What la beauty?" la a question far
I business world of women, though un-
lortunately It la not yet conldered
essential In the home. When It be
i onu s neeessury there, marrlaga will
beonne much more successful than It
Is at present.
Here are the views of the women
reader of The livening World:
li.-ar Madam: Apropos of the ques
tion, "1'oes beauty count moro than
brain In a business career?" I re
member that In a talk before thn
"School of saleein&nahlp," conducted
by the Hoard of Uduoitllo.-i about a
ysar ago, Mr. Sylvester Byrnes, the
general manager of a large depart
ment store In New York, was asked
that very same question at the con
clusion of his "talk" by one of the
b holur. and hi? epigrammatic reply
Impressed me, and 1 remem'aer It.
"A haa dooms exterior may he of
some lie. tlnB advantage tO the young
woman In business, but at too las'
analysis it s the nslde .if the head
that counts, and not the outaids. '
HARD WORK HELPED THIS GIRL
TO MAKE GOOD.
thai Madam: The way to thft top
of the bxddsf of success it vet-.
Meep. nn.l only the greatest pers-eran.-e.
togelh.-r with build )g deter
mination, will overcome the obstacles
e.hlc.1 ou will llnd In your as -ent.
1 a;n a stock buy r, employed by one
of the largest lepirtnient stores in
New York, but at onu time I was a
poor, insipid girl, doing the honors
behind the notion counter. The other
girls would often "kid" me for being
too ziulous In the performance of
my work. Because I would not mis
With the other magpies In discus
sions as to "fellows ' and dances and
ine latest song hits they regarded
mt ai dull and splrltlesa. All the
lima I was muking suits In my little
hook, and at the end of six months
It WS discovered that my saleshook
overbalanced any of the other 1,-tris'
amount by a wide margin! and i was
transferred to the lace counter, and
1 tried 10 lesm as much us I could
,.f grades, qualltlss, prices and dura
:.;!:.;. or the stock 1 sold. The super-
Iniendsnt, rsohgnlaing in me a con-
I entlOUS worker and a ulrl who
eoul l he entrusted with tin' huslneaa
of the depat luieiit. made me head of
I tie counter, mid it was nit lung be-
: I gad attained the position
Which I am ROS hoi ling. I assUPI
you 1 have gohlsved my SUOOSSS oa
my Intrinsic alue lo the firm alone,
and not on mi beauty, which would
not take m fur, I am afraid.
MA It I A D.
Head 7 hat
llneujvmi iK'l-. '
eri.y Mt (io f
ITS fne iNiioe OS THE HEAP
THAT COUNTS"' -C.W.
WHACKS A MASHER,
THEN URGES JUDGE
Miss Oehler Makes Earnest
Plea bul (2ourt ( jives Greg
ory Tfahe to ( km Lawyer.
Bgrry tlreri.ru- Sfas not the aarne
dapper and debonair young man In the
Fifth Avenue Court to-day, facing Mag- i
latrate Hylan, that he was last nigh;
when Detecilv. llussey of the Central
lw It tatpc two tnaprpft
aw twnv ... w O
on what is value
the buyer and 0
the seller. q
rales were 18 million
last year. That's how
big the value is the
biggest value you
in COMl'KIMKKIl KIH IN
FIKIJ PKOOP in II., IV ,
t :s ii.i .i t- , i '-'i
... . , .... . , . .
TELIiHlONli 5567 COLI MUU8
OF A SERIES
Office, who liappened to be riding on
a fifth uvenue elevated train, arrested
him at the nsjuest of Miss Hose Of ti
ler, twenty-five years old, of No. 349
Thirty-seventh street, Brooklyn.
"I want him punished," said Miss
Oehler to the Magistrate. "It's an
OUt Hags, when a girl cannot rldo on a
train without being pinched on the arm
and Insulted a score of times."
"Did you Ineult Miss Oehler?" the
Court asked Oregoy-
"I only put my hand on hsr arm
"Vou had better not say any more
until you have counsel," warned the
Magistrate, and he held him In ") ball
fur examination to-morrow. The girl
wanted an Immediate prosecution.
"Something must be done, Vour
Honor," she pleaded "Ho followed me
on the train at Kulton street and sal
down In my lap pretending It waa an
aoOWesyt, although there were aeveral
va'-ant seats. He apologised lengthily
and rubbed his hand over my arm and
shoulder. When I objected he pinched
rue and I struck him across the BagS
with my luiieliiag. He spoke, to mo In
sultingly. Then I screamed Hnd a de
tective lrrested hlrn. Can't I have him
"lie miiat havo time for counsel," de
cided I lio Maglatrate, and Orsgory. who
Itvei at Mo. HI Uleven! h street. Mouth
Brooklyn! and is twenty-four yeara old
agreed to get a lawyer. He will remain
hi a cell unless ho can raise the ball.
AUtAMAO rw TO-HAT,
-on dues., u n.". s , ..-ts. n .10 II. i n raw . .SI
in.- , Water. Ixiw. Water
A.M. I'M. A. VI I'M
siotr it' a it 1 40 oo2 o.'u
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PIBH RI lOI' BTOH AC.R
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FOUNDED IN 1863
BEWARE THE DOG?
AW, NIX! BURGLARS
TAKE HIM ALONG
likewise, They Take Every
thiiiK Else Thai Is Portable in
Borough lTark Homos.
RETURN CANINE LATER.
nut Kidnap the Foolish Pup
Aglbl When The) Make
Second Visit in SeigeL
Burlars of an eTeedlngly p-n-lleal
school, with a dlvsrslfled penchant for
poultry, parlor-ets mil pearst, have
been busy fof the led ten days pro.
viding getoetora ,,f crime In Borough
I'srk wtth a series of new and hafrilus;
mysteries. Perhaps chief ante- g 1
these la The Stlunge fsse .if 'he IMs
appearlng Wn. lidog, a slnlter out
rnire from which a Df Watson could
construct a Caaomlc,
Kor month the WatOhdog had guard
e1 the home of I'ranU Selael. A rather
eUtraoMlnary dog ho la, or was. with
the snuarn taw of t'ie bulldog, the long
body of the dachshund, the eurlv coat
of the siMTi.ei. the btlttlMi coloring of I
the Mciitch Plaid hound, sn.l the mourn
ful, ntsipisgnant bay ..f the Hound of I
thg lkiskervllle Hut with nl Ithlt he
ate and acte.1 like an ordinary canine j
and gave, no ovtdenos f a ipiallty of
vanishing or other melodramatic possi
bilities. CsSOg Thursday night snd all was
peace ill .No I4i MXIIetli street, which
I thft wlenel hoine. The plaldhound d.d
not growl "...Irdlv and crawl close lo
tho fire, nor did hla raln'ow hair
hrlstlo and his ey.i glow with an un
canny light Ha tint crawled ti hlS
houa.t In the backyard and snooted.
Ilku many another au.udiaii of life and
Hut when Mr golgSl woke up In
the morning the hound was gone. The
kennel waa empty, The chain held
inly an empty collar, Not a clue n)t
even a footprint;
BUT THE DISAPPEARING DOG
Mr. Hlegel might have gone to the
I'lathuah precinct atallon, where the
llorough Park myslerlea are solved out
of hand, hut he did not sens., the
horror that hung over hla house. Dark
lies fell again, and OnSS more the M.-
gel household Slum ho rod. The sun rose
on a scene of devastation. Where was
the silverware? The Jewelry? The cut
gi.uw? tiio hrtfj a i tanas T Hone si ai-
lenlly and mysterloualy a i the plald
BOISBd I A ease for the police n even
superior Intelligence, perhaps!
Niglrt fell again. A dark llgurs crouih
ed oil. side the threatened housea de
fective substituting for the I Mauppemr
Ing Watchdog. Wild barking arouaed
Mr. eielgel a familiar sutihd at day
oreak. He rushed Into the hack yard.
The collar waa ones more occupied, the
keiinnl again tenanted. Ttie plaldhound
leaped at him and licked his cheeks de
liriously. Returned but from where?
Ills SUhStttU e--tho detective . .inld not
toll, A cloud hud obscured the moon.
Vou want that erset, commanding ip
frarance t li a t 'tamp, you a', Mjunu,
vivacious and attractive, Prrhar n .
.here's only a lendsncy lo ItpOD, hut
whether t niere tsndfncy or a ilr.'i.lal
stoop you can correct t without 'lie
lightest discomfort by weiring 'he
fie On'y Biort Mulr with
bdomen Support unJ PadiltiJ Arm
EB0RN npandi lbs chsit, itralght.ns
he shouKU-rs tnd thlttby the
leiulit; gives women a (ssc natlng f cure
.. ilh or iii place i.t corset , jii.I fur chli'l
Iren insure'; fiitur.' goo I li lalth a".l form. ;
't weinhs only I Of., it washable, com-1
.rtahle anj works surely, bul without'
the iinpteuint effects "i otbsr brgcrs,
For Man, Woman and Child
I'usl I- ll.l,
M I I f I M.
I i.r salr ui Ml iv Ulker-ll ntaa
Biaess mill l-issil' limu sisrss
i 'i i firr, fill, , I sits rhrsl ineasufSOMOl
REBORN QO.m tSt.SI I8TH SI
Women Must Have
help at times, il the would avoid
heudiu'hi's, back u , l itiiile,
extreme learvousni . Tho really
superior remedy lor then
known the world ovei ntnl tested
through tlmw generation is
Sftld avftrrwatrft la Scot 10c.. lis.
Vow It was Sunday night and now
Monday morning. The Hsidlioumt had
v in "hinl again, between t:ie t-, days.
In the aunadroom at lha station house
lha dete live got eloss together and
dlSCUSgwd the "Strang.- l is,- ,,f t ie I)la
ii'P'.irlng Watchdog' 'n low voices.
RllSneS fell oil the. SelKel hene Till)
am i i sigei boy aske.i , - nlastosi to
experiment to alt up In lha rtlnlngfSajl
all night and i-onf"tin.l t ,. rlmlnala
wit. i his presence ahoul l Ihi uprar.
His eyes closed a moment- just a mo
mnt He openel them Jut In lime t
see the back of a nolaeles. retreating
imira with a hag over I he loaktSr,
Ths sbdictors of the pis'innund had
leturnrd for what spoils they had over
ktohsd. Thft boy yellftd TlM figure
SMfSji more rapidly. According to thft
Values of $25 and $30
The Paris and the London of to-day
and the prcferencea of New York
women of faehion are reflected in these
wonderful productions of the ladies'
tailor and the grratett wonder of
it all is the price I
Continental Cutaway Suits
Military Jackets... Hussar Coats
Letpels reminiscent of Lafayette's
time, collars of the Robeeptrrre period,
brocade and velvet trimmings of the
resplendent French reigns and over
all the refining influence of New York's
unmatched workmanship. Suits in
drabs, tsupes, browns, burgundies
and the famous Besnard red, in
richest materials of the season.
The Brdt.l Line of $35 Suit ChsUtnces
Comparison Anvnhere in tht World
SALE AT ALL FOUR STORES
14 and 16 West 1th Street New York
460 and 462 Fu ton Stress Brooklyn
64S4SI Brosd Street Newark, N. J.
12th and Market Streets Philadelphia
Onr assortment of Handkerchiefs for the Fall
and holiday season is now complete and includes
every desirable kind and quality in Pursj Linen.
Two of the most popular lines are the following:
At 25c Ladies' Handkerchiefs in an almost end
less varkty Of designs ill Swiss. Armenian and Ma
deira Hmbroidery. as well as an equally wide col
lection of Lace Trimmed Koods.
At 50c. -In Madeira Handkerchiefs alone there is
a very wide rangfl Of designs. In addition we show
I large variety of hand embroidered and hand
hemstitched Swiss nods as well as Irish hand em
broidered and Armenian Lace Trimmed Handker
chiefs of every kind.
Coat Collars of tine hand embroidered Batiste at
2.95 to 15.00,
Lace Collars and Seta of real Carrickmacross and
Venice at 5.00 to f.17.50.
Madeira Stock and Jabots, a new and very attrac
tive line at 11.25 and 1.50.
Madeira Collars and Coat Sets, 2.95 to 6. St),
James McCutcheon & Co.
5th Ave. & 34th St. ireASSUs
Do not Fail to Visit the
Reliable pianos are r.rfered at the very lowest prices -here
.L- I ...l:-L ..I.. -- - '
sdv ine ncavy expense',
L I! I . I
ituf. are obliged to chaise.
$185 to $1000
Liberal credit Pianos exchanged
J. & C. Fischer
Factory Salesroom, 417 West 28th Street N:ar th Avenue.
Oldest Piano Makers lo New York
Ismail hvettMstSY he took thirteen paces
across the ),-,,, blew flame from hla
nostrils m n1 descended swiftly to the
howc'. .if t(. n, thg Dtsap-
r"" i-isiunound has n"t i turnma.
AND FANCY CHICKENS WENT
WAV OS- THE OOO.
Thoi., (lolien haa had his troo1s,
too. with the authors .if the Dfsiu
pearing vTatelMlof; Mystery, i pon his
home In the rssgi slock No i8t m,
tleth street their ev, ig r.-ll Also
upon the r v chickens I kept In
hla hennery. Tiny rstna and Iftft a
Jimmy tear she rront .loor, and thy
took the Bhktsss, even l the last
feather. Not oven an egg was left la
Nntf m nlr
vrnivn 3cjaiuiri) tuiiuucicu
$375 to $1500
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