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THI IVININO WORLD, THURSDAY, 0 0 T OBlJtl 9 1 3
SHOT HIS WIFE
V FOR A BURGLAR
OF A SERIES
THE GIRL WHO MAKES GOOD
IN HARLEM FLAT
Beauty Made Out to Be a Liability
Instead of an Asset in Business
Van Pelt, Suddenly Wakened,
Thought He Heard Intruder
WAITED WITH REVOLVER
FJred as " Wife Appeared In
Doorway She Will Recover,
Ovpyrlsht, MA by Th Press Publishing Co (Tha New York World.)
Mistaking her for a burglar, George
T. Van Pelt, a aslssman. living on the
tatrd Hoor at No 308 Weal One Hun
dred and Elovcnth atreet, blaiert away
Ml wife. Marie, early to-lay, and
eae of the bullets, atruck her In the
mwu'h ani PB,Pj through her n ck.
Mrs. Van Pelt was taken to Ho!
Weight II. vi,.. , The doctors say ahe
Van Pelt was locked up at the Weat
One Hundred an.l Twenty-firth s'.rast
ton and rater arraigned In Harlem
0urt He was nearly proatrated and
sssoaared the shooting was accidental.
bout 2 o'clock Mrs. Van Pelt had o
essrlon to rise from bed and ahe en-daa-vored
not to wuke her husband.
But aa aha waa paaslng through the
bamboo portlerea betwen the bedroom
and the sitting-room the beads rattled
ad Van Pelt awoke. Unaware fiat ahe
roused her husband, Mrs. Van Pelt
"It It Very Hard for a
Pretty and Well Formed
Girl to Make Good in
the Business World,"
Write "One Who
Knows," and She Adda
That Her Beauty Cost
Her a Job in an Office.
J D FOR WOMEN
ENNG nivnftr.p part
FU.F. A. CLUB'S PLAN.
---K'n-Art Hub n-
la .si... .
-"""i rimiimnFr, ene m
ilutlss Mill iw. te give
"Have Ideals; Read Po
etry; Give Up Fudge;
Each Day Perform Some
Duty of Importance;
Look Forward toa Home
of Your Own Construc
tion; Work, Work,
Work, Saw Wood," Ad
vises Sensible "Sally
Mr z .
I 4 . I
first B) the Woman riinfamt.lltlM a
'"y0' n"mbr of our luh I con
ttnP'ta dlv..r -e. - sa.. M, T
Petef No ;u.rM,. )r)vo, tn(
comBStt ckalrnu.n. -,, ,-sr, send for
a mfbw of ur ..nnatt.-i. an.! p .ur
nut Str '"art. Sn mlv n-r Jilr help,
ad vie t ymiiati . and .,f
someOm 'tw. m) be able through the
eomajltt'ei efforia to pi up a tew
marllal -tie. , t .
.Mra ra?i i no selecting t.sr rm
uiltt savina heen tn ide .-rmlrman
yestsfaav II th.. club's first fall meet
ing J;;',l"r II. .use. The President,
Mrs. Msnley Ksston. snd ail
the oSK' m believe the nev committee
will eOV ,.,, success.
TMg BOU mimIIVJ- HAS SHOWS
mtimct siM( or Arrrcnoei
) mi sswr
BY NIXOLA GREELEY -SMITH.
Of lata tare have been several bur
gasriea In the district which have
been mentioned by the police and Van
Pelt had provided hlmaelf with a re
volver. At night he kept the weapon
under his pillow.
He fancied, he told th police, that !
Use noise that woke him waa made by
1 bunglar trying on of the window,
se be seised bla revolver and lay lls'en-
Ms wife crept silently back. The
Joiiierit Van Pelt saw the form at 'he
pertlerea he open.-1 Tire. He told Ike
police he had ben sure Mrs. Van ie;t '
waa In bed and iial mistaken the ro'l of '
Mas turned back bedclothes for her. I
At the flrat shot Mrs. Van Pelt
creamed, and at the aecond. which fol-
lowed Inatantly. collapsed. Van Pelt
prang from bed and waa horrified to
find he had shot his wife. His shout !
brought In neighbors, who, at his re
quest, went for the police, and Patrol
man John Ryan sent for an am'julance.
While Dr. Dickinson was working over
her Mrs. Van Pelt came to for a few
moments. She said she had had no
quarrel with her husband and knew
when the heard the first shot he hail
mistaken her for a burglar.
HETTY GREEN'S CAR
KNOCKED MAN OVER
We have discussed beauty aa
possible asset to The Olrl Who
Make Good In the bualneia or pro
fessional world. To-day we encoun
ter a point of view which seems to
be common among young women
that, far from being an asset, beauty
Is a distinct liability to It possessor
who seeks success In the downtown
world. In fact, a girl writes to me
that she has been compelled several
time to givo up her employment aa
a result of the undesirable atten
tions lavished upon her by her
"boss" or her fellow employees.
I wish that other young women
would send me their views on this
The writer of the letter expresses
the conviction that she Is only one
of many girls whose personal pul
chritude has hampered their success.
I confess to having hantoored a certain eceplrlsm as to conditions such
as this letter Indicates. I have known a number of young women aha
represented themselves as possessed of a ruinous beauty, I it unfortunstely
In Individual cases which have com under my observation the surprise,
pain, grief, Indignation. c., be rayed by these supposed vi. tints of their
own charms were about as plausible as though a fisherman surveying the
squirming object on the end of his line the reward of much patience, a
stout line, several hooks and a most attractive fly should exclaim: "Curses
on my fntal a'tractlons! I wonder how that fish got out of the water!"
HOW TO REMAIN UNMOLESTED
IRCIM TAM TtSl)
I ) OlCTAl-ION.'
I ' -SI I
to sve c ceo
eA0 rormv-6vc uapuo- am fimo thv ecus. eo,
vshits eiWAo. "iau,-svor)K.rove.' vssiTrs
ERLANGER TO SIGN
tiro thtr nrm many more whu could
"rite the Mine
I iVI.' 11-11, i I - x , . l I .
s iin - iirni iiij " i i ii . on t ii i ns i I It re
nvrawi wouiu rema.:i UnmolOttM :
BUT DID NOT STOP
When Hetty Oreen took to rldlne; to
and from her b.islnese In an automobile
It was close to a 100 per cent, cer
tainty that something waa goln? to
happen. It happened to-day, when
Hetty Green's car ran down and In
jured James Miner, an agent of he
Soolety for the Prevention of Cruelty
to Animate, while Miner was Intent upon
arresting Kred Si hiimun, a huckster of
No. s20 Columbia atreet, who waa driv
ing a lame horse.
Some combination that Hetty Oreen,
huckster, a lame horse and an agent
of the 8. P. C. A. Broadway and Worth
f street waa the scene of the hsppenlng.
Miner, walking south on Proa. 1 way.
saw Schuman ililvlng the lame horse
north. The poor unlmal as having a
hard time and S. -human waa psmiadlng
It with a whip. Unmindful of the fact
ttuit he was a llttl ninth ot tae riosa-
lng of Worth street Miner stepped off
the curb bound toward riclitimau an.l
the lame horse for the purpuse of ar
resting the driver.
Mrs. Hetty (ireen'a car, driven by a
chauffeur and conveying Mrs. Green and
her son, Col. E. II. H. Ureen. to their
office, happ. ne.l along, hound soutn,
Just aa .Miner tapped Into the gutter.
The forward mudguard of th. ear
truck Miner and knocked him down.
Ill fell against the OUrb an.l a mi ..i
had pick..! hlngssll Up lie automobile
was arroSS Work street anl on its wa
Willi. ml lulling bis nilml from tie
lam. bOfSS and .Is dflVSf .'iner Rassd
that th nuntbsr of th rm wus IS.kfl,
Then hs star ! llftr So.iuiiian ..nd
piace.i him under rrst.
Mine.- had I i ipeotsd lhal h was pret
ty badly bun l nun the start. Tau po
llcemu.i's Information nttds him s ire
his Injuries were mors than isrloui
Limping Id conetii with th hmse lis
made his way ti the Crttlllnal Courts
llulldlng. whore lie arralsutd Dohuman
In Let ri.iii . Polln Court and naJ
him lined fa.
wish il 'ass sf eruslly tf anlmsli
"lnoi . . " 1 1 . i
doctor Armed with a complete descrlp-
1,011 in . a.- .i. ui'ivs, v. nich
ln -la.i. a lacerated Isfl arm anl
tu u's. a snd c ntUSioni and uther In
juries tu I lie legs ami an M ui-r w ent
to see a la wye;-.
'The i-.i. d!dnl ' vsn stop aftsr it
truck he it Isred "As I vas
lying on t:-.- ur nmd 1 ssw f e t'hsilfl ir
turn arouuu ;n I Ii I . 'end 'u i-u-if
even '. 'i- m run r in lo'.vn f .V: -on
Bi ani . iv i.- th entertalamsnt of
tsar shauff. ur "
They Cure Cold in On Cay.
asd Otoss 1-VJ4II Uivjsj. &c. vsr boa.
New Turk office pruv.ded she WOri suf
ficient and appropriate clothes, attended
to her own business and let si be gen
erally undeiwtood thai she was there to
work and not to philander. Put I must
be wrong. I Insist, however, that what
ever hippens in the way of unpleasant
SUrSUll nd nut happen If a girl un
derstands herself thoroughly and understand-!
Tor man Is loosed a towsrtng
and timorous i aoatie whsn as U
doing or trying to do wrong.
There 1 moral conrags which we
hear a grat deal of sag Im
moral courage of which Ws haar
nutiila,- at all parhaps bacauas it
Is so rare men nevsr have It
only na oocaalonal womaa sins la
th grand manner with oonrags
So when you encounter a man trying
to do wrong and we certainly must
place the employer deacrlbed in the
letter sistned "line Who Kaiowa" In the
class of serious wronK-doers you are
face to face with a coward and can
deal wlin him accirdlngly.
A soft answer may ton away
wrath, bat thsra Is nothing aquai
to a sharp tongue for turning
away mashsrs. Boms men fsar
dsath, but all ma fsar rldloul.
In love and everything relating
to It, nnd to Its shoddy Imitations,
it Is the last laugh, not the lsst
word, that proclaims the winner.
In othar words, wssp, and the vil
lain If triers be nob a thing
langhi at you. Laugh and you are
left ni u:s.
IloWeVor. read what "One Who
Kii'.ws Ins to relate of her eaperlenrr
of baUty as I liability What do you
think about It? She write
DEAUTY FRIGHTENED HOME BY
Dear Madam: In every office In
which I have ben employed me
yoting man "r t ' ROSI himself haa
IbOWn me ver e'stinct signs of
.ft.- Uon. Og DAI DCcaslOg the boas
pall Rt au'li excessive attention It
aa ne -. -ssary to f rfelt my posi
tion. On anither MeaalOB the liead
I gitail bsglg by sending nwers
and oandj lo nsv bom address,
whl' Ii h fousni u. looking up tno
iec.nl at th ofTlci;. Then he raised
my salary, as i wnuid m no way
encnurage his attents thinga wsnl
from bad to worse, until I waa
forceJ tu leave that position. It I
very hard for a pretty and well
formed girl to make good In tha
I have a rather and mother snd
we bav a home of our own, so It
Isn't necessary for m to hold a po
sition under unpleasant clrcum-.-siiii
!(, but my sympathies are with
the girl who haa nobody to look af
ter iter or a home to go to. This la
pnl) M iiirl whu wiiu you. 1 am
Is a leiter written dlrectlv to
Miss WOUldMak-Qood by a girl wh
has mad- good. I do not know where
the work.iu: girl wll! Mn.l wler counsels
GOOD RULrS FOR BUSINESS
GIRLS TO FOLLOW.
To Miss Would-Makr-Oood:
Iesr l'rlend-You . ften chanted In
your kiddle day "do j.iu remember?
"sugar an" spice an' ev'rythlng
nice, and that's what little girls ar.
made of." And doisn t H seem a
poor heritage now that you need
alrength and fortitude In filling a
man's position? With thete resources
every tiny baby girl launchea her
craft down the stream of life Whit
have you added to your cargo? If
you aee your little loot tossed a Uuu.
by the tide of time are ycui going to
shirk? Are :ou going to drsft?
Don't. Kvery girl Pan be great
woman In her own sphere if she has
answered tu the heck.uiliig finger of
Opportunity. Opportunity has cjIIim!
to you. Opportunity will call to you.
Hut not twice to t'ae same girl. Ami
do not sit at home with folded hands
awaiting her cumlng. 8he la like a
man In as much as she goes where
sh- is least expected. Work, worrf,
work. Take yuur mind off sweet
hearts during business hours. Kusne
of us grope our way tu the top frm
the depth of a great sorrow Do not
hunt for BOrrOW, she COBIS to all
Have Ideals. Read poetry, (ilve up
fudgt and find the recipe for light
while bread. Back day perforin some
duly of lm: ortan e. Look forward
to a hums of your own construction.
No, ou need not buy the actual
furniture, but you can be a pillow
of comfort. RMOlV tu tako to the
man who will some day be yuur
husoand. something SSttSf und nobler
than a knowlelge of unhealthy
books and a passion for chewing
gum. Yours, with beat wishes,
UNCLE MANUEL KISSED HER.
An elkhteen-year-old Coata Rlean
brine nrrlved yesterday on the Prlns
Hlglsmund. with her hiutband, Leon
(Jarcla. twenty-two years old. of l'o'i
Th. I i : le. who ws Toloraa Ruts,
and iier swe' lhcart lived on neighbor
ing plantation. Her parents wished
her to wed a cousin, but sh. stealing
frum her home, woke up Leon one nlgat
and they eloped. Hur parents sent an
uncie of the girl, Manuel Hull, a fruit
merchant of New Orleans, to Inter
cept her at New Torh.
Th uncle reached the pier lust as
hla niece and her huaband came off the
atfirp. Uncle Msnuel tried to be very
stern, but when the girl wept and the
brldegruom pulled out a marriage ear
tin- ai.- he Juat kissed the brlds, snd
they went to lunch.
Ta-maerow Is the first das af realetra-
Hon. If you dn not register sen eaauot
Promised to Pay
$2.S,(KX) Rather Than Let
Wife Hear of Scandal.
That Max D St. r farced from Abra-
ham Rrinngar a contract iviik Miss
Kdllh S. Clair for i'..cssi. to ba paid In
tin yearly instalment at $-.MM each, un
dei the threat of exposing Krlung'T's
friendship for the actress at tin moment
when Mrs. Krlanger was returning fioin
a trlji abroad, was the .-liars;.' made
b William T. Jerome to-day In an ad
dress tu the Jury in Justice Page's past
of ike Supremo court.
Miss I . Clair eat With I group of
Women frlenda In th rear of th court
room. Mr. Brl anger was at the counsel
labli across fro. n Mr St. u.-r. who en
trusted the trial of the cuse to John
V. Boustsler Jr. The trial, which prom
ises tu be sensational, cuius Intu four,
nn Miss Ht. Clair's effur. t enforce the
ton tract, hki&nge admits inducing hi
partner. Mure Klaw, to sign the Instru
ment, but charges tha h .11.) It under
teller's Coercion and in fear thai Mr
Steuer would bring a suit which would
claim that meretricious rotations ex
ist. .1 between the producer and the
Mr Jerome, at hu best, rehearsed t 1
the jury the conversutluu between ir
Krlanger and Mr. Steuer un Aug. T. Mil",
when the theatrleul man . i 1 1 mix Iks
lawyer oomgelled him to sign the s.
Clair contra, t. Mi. Jerome i.-a.i from
a ewurn bill of particulars attested to
by tils ollent.
The producer claim th: ttoust
opened the negotiation wish ths earn
ing that Br longer was a married man
li.e has since been divorced by ills w-lf.-.
Adulalde Krlanger) and a man of pubis
note. Stealer told him. he aatd. that
Ml-s SI. Clair claimed he, Krlan jer. had
been providing for her. and sta'id hat
1 a woriiin on the witness stand Is given
, great latitude In court. The auhatanct1
1 of thi nversatlon. a.s reail by Jerome,
Krlanger 'Hut Mr. Htenrr. Mrs Kr
langer Is sickle. She Is just returning
af er a lung trip abroad tor her ftealth
A suit agaliv-i me by Mies St. Clair
would .In her grcit harm and hurt me.
What can It be settled fol ?
Ste.u-r -Miss St. Clair wonts llnn.imn.
I I but I think tint it can lie settled ami.
! ably and privately fur leas.
BrlangerHoW much do you figure?
ACtreSS 1 ateur .Probably for f.nw.
Krlarurer -Hut what aaSUrano have I
1 lhat ibis nisty s.-sndal will not be ulrisl
j and thst Mrs Krlnnger will nut hear
I 11 ft his?
I Bteuer- Votl an pi ute. i yourself this
I wsy. Make the conlra. t a firm contra. 'I
1 Btrotck It over len ..irs That will aa
! sure you of Miss Ht. Clair kei ping con
fldentlal her psirt of the agreement.
"Ttie contract era drawh on thes.
terns." declared Mr Jcro lie. ' It pp ,
vldcd for paymoabJ of t'.'.vsi each yeut
It was sinned by the firm pi Klaw A
Krlanger, and Mr. Hieiier well knew
that Mrs Kr langer was due home and
tuny ...i. i-isi in- moment was op-
portune to hold the tiaety scandal.' as
he called It. over Mr. Krlunger's head.
'ertalnly In- slgni-l It "
Miss st. ciair win be palled a ,n,
first w.tnese. Both member of the
producing Arm win be witnesses.
To Hfl Clogged Nostril
Your nostrils rtch tho disease
germs and gin th.tt ire m the air
you breatge, if your nostrils are
closed th fsrnu 0f 1.,. , collect
In your natal passage ami set up sn 1
irritation, mis , calli-d catarrh.
The Irrltntlan produces si discharge.
The discharge loaded with germs.
Your nostril, henK ri0(tK,., Pi you
cannot blowout the dlicliargn In the
natural wy. The annoyance of
choked-np ftsitrll rsuies you to free
them In an wty you c an. You find
lhat you cu draw the discharge
backward Into your throat This Is
called hawklag, Md (s , disgusting,
unnatural un unsafe practice, and
gives the brwth bid odor.
. .,"mri"fsl,",un h"" ' n-'Hs hsrk
II' 1 JtSil M JMf.ua. tlm..! SUM
T1. Iu0! WVS ,! sli.arthtr SPSS
list .rt sf , p.. ,r,m lmm no-IlU
int.. jM.iir Ikn-stsiMr ,t... ,u . ,.tt,.,.
In see Ij wtll 'ja, n , ,r. ,. , ,r , ,
RSSa -- J'"rh,uui'f iais. no's
IMnsl disssse. a i,r,n.tui ln ihrr
;.neuia..nts, anH a Mill ,rlwr luher ittnai
Most ease of deafnns nnd lung
disease itart from a closed, dry or
discharging wtrll. Mere is the ren
on. Your nostrils are supplied with
perfect air fillers These structure
strain all thidust and germ out of
the air you tur If jour nostril are
open and hetlthy the dleaHc germ
are caught ud entangled In the
natural ecrtUon of the nose, as
files are caifht on sticky paper.
Once caught in the nostrils, the
germs are blown out. If your nostrils
are dry and Nfe, the disease germs
are not Canute! t all. but pass right
on to yonr can and lung
Mt. rtf" Uwel asst rlli,
WaUaS .Irefses. M . .1 ...a,, ...I h silllg
M idsess is t la ,., s h.
Hilrtj j.snr a.i.i a. it. n, t ,i j
.sn few ths n .sill. .,.'...,,. .n. kl
lions of the soar. hsilns las anstrtla ir, ist
lanwrtaat stnrtuia th,- ..- -. , . i . nsiurr
sal aasa nut tin sir.
VUIWIU 9 VII 7Oay
NEW YORK CITY
Will Kc Placctl nn Sale
Friday and Saturday
Values to $.10.00
Of fine briiiidrliitln anrl cheviots, in an ae
sortmert of coloring nnd mUMires. Plain
Inlloreil or stylishly trimmed effects. In sixes
for women and misses
Al'.ercJ frer if chirir jn.l inrant1 pfrfrct fit.
Week's End Specials
Street Dress Hats--nn assortment of
new designs, must attractive shapes,:
materials and colorings.
I I f 'r, at 5.00, 7.50 and 10.00
j'IL 4 Rep vtriUM 7.50 H).(H) and 15X0 "
er. U f t;nlrintniL(l t'.lnck 'elvs?t Hats
10 ilvlei la chooM from, at Z.ZJ)
Pile Plush & Velvet Combined 2.95
Children's Hats- simply trimmeJ; black, brown and navy.
C'lrdur-y.' 1.00. Plush. 1.95.
Fancy Feathers & "Stick Lps" e- cff a Qt
best vtli Irs over shown, at Owt, Out x yJW -
Mail Orders Promptly Plttfd,
I Bsn ,
DYNAMITE AT HIS DOOR.
1. r in- r r I I ml. rlspliialse Hrml, for
Dae Rear " "imp.
' Wllllutn LUtS, a partner with John
Wellbsrger ' a small grossry aiure at
No, Usl Seeond avenue, (hum I u stck (if
dynamlt with preruisioa sap and fuse
attaebed, ehea se apeaed iiis store io-
, day. The stl k if egploslvs was lying
..uisMe lh" 'l""r anil cl. is.- to the alilc
. af the store No attamnt ha.l nien made
j to llgrrt the fuse,
Poltoentan UcKee of the Kaat fifty.
; first street -t tlog Stepped softly a ie
took the dynamite stick to a pan of
! wut'T III tht station, letter It was r-
miivud to tin- Bureau of Conbuattblag,
ituth the partners deelare Mlemali! that
llicy have no eneuili.
hit OP BMHTi
1 t-Y.ui 1 lit HessUis r. it. I
I don't see much of youi sister these
Nn, she neither swl 11s nor wears low
ReSlstratlan bnatlis Kill
even ai T
The Chocolate Laxative
Keeps Stomachs in Order
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cognized by many stomach specialists as the SAFEST
and MOST HARMLESS REMEDY for CONSTIPA
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EX -LAX acts quickly; within 4 to 6 hours. It
causes no pain or griping, and does not irritate the
kidneys like most other laxatives. EX-LAX does not
taste like medicine; it is like a delicious chocolate,
medicated with a pure, safe, tasteless substance.
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buj al c- 'f rX-lX to-day.
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DR. J. C McCOY
21S Flatlrao Building
Broadway and fti St.. New York
Hours lluiiilai rt 'ia.li la PfldST, A.
M In s u ", . Tibial ,i.l -until
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CP2CIAL SALE FRIDAY nnd SATURDAY:
Suits, 22-50 ,
Far Vonwa. Mlsass snd Musll Woman
TAKEN FROM REGULAR STOCK AND
REDUCED FROM 35.00 37.50 39.75
AN UNUSUALLY good and timely offering.
Including newest Diagonals, Rough Weave
Suitings and Plain Serge smart, dis
tinctive models, beautifully made and embrac
ing the newer and more exclusive Parisian Ideas.
240 Coats, 14 75
Our Krtulmr 20.00, 32.30 and 23 00 Vau.s
Of Mixtures, Plain Serges, Chinchilla and all the
season's newest materials. Loose slip-on, large
sleeves and close-fitting models. Many styles
have no duplicates.
EARLY SELECTIONS URGED
No C. O. D.i or Approvals.
E. A. Newell I
I A Shirt for Men I
HI At a New Price H
1. (Made to Your Measure) H
A special model employing the I
same finished workmanship and fine H
fabrics that have cheated our H
high reputation as shirt mikers. ffl
Fifth Av. at Twenty-Eighth St., U. Y. U
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AN UNUSUAL BARGAIN
$1,000 Weber Pianola Piano
AS GOOD AS NEW, FOR
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THE BACON PIANO COMPANY
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