THE EVENING WORLD, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1912.
DRAMATIST WHO SAYS
Jolly oonoHted. nd the M w have to
cHy .i -ii ihr esjOBItf " "
Cosmo Hamilton Declares
American Women Never
Marry for Love.
AN APOSTLE NEEDED.
So Is a Thunderbolt and the
Dramatist Hopes It
BBsarries for lore.
The eelf-anpportlnff American
woman nsvrr mirrles at all.
And If ahe marry aha nev.r
Taas any child-tn.
All or which are the cheery conclu
alone of Cmim Hamlllun, the young '
English dramatist who wine further J
claim to ronM'T4t!nn throuRIi his new I
and hotly dicrussed novel, "The Out- '
pott of Eternity " Mr. Hamilton's tale
U a. vigorous protHi against the disuse
and dlaelu hantrnrnt Into which the food
oM fashion of marring'' l' lapeed. Ann
Mr. Hamilton himself la a, walking,
talking protest aitalnet thU particular
laxity. He wears the Socialistic blue
hlrt and unsttip hfd collar, Ml heir la
8octa'.lstleally long, he has the Fabian
trick of taking himself ierloualy and
yet he roundly deiuuneea H. O. Welle
et at, as "talking through their hata"
nd "worse than foolish raail!"
"I'd Jolly well like to etart cruaade
for marriage!" ho exclaimed, when the
Interviewer Baked him how he would
Improve th decadence he deplored.
"Something's got to he done. 8ome
liOdy's got to wake you people up. You're
not really a country yet, you here In
America, and you never will be If you
don't call a halt and realize how you're
hlrkliig your Jobs.
WE NEED AN APOSTLE OF MAR
RIAGE. "Really some great apostle ought to
rlaa among u. some apostle of mar
riage as It used to be, marriage aa It
ought to be, simple and sane and In
evitable. You ought to have the Idea
of It hammered Into you. In your bookt
and playe and political speeches- It
thould he taught 111 your schools, aa
little children you should realise the
dignity ami beauty of the estate. I
would gat hold of yotif sreat bodies of
women, of your suffragists"
"Hut don't you knpW," ke was Inter
rupted, "that one of the rejoicing paeans
of the suflraststs is that woman has
discovered that there's a great dea-l in
the world for her besides marrla-gaT"
"Isn't that rot!" he exel timed frankly.
'"Tho glorification of the old maid!
That's what we're onmlng to, that's
where we already are. Of course there
la work which can be done by women
who are not wives and mothers. But
1st the superfluous women lo It. They'll
alwavs exist, the women Who are not
attras tlve. not desired, (live them their
chAnce at the 'business positW-ns.' Don't
force these on the women who might be
doing something better; don't let these
women themselves mistake their real
duty to the State."
"But would you have women marry,
willy-nilly, without love?"
"Of course not; hut with a natural.
normal education and up-brlnglng. why
shouldn't love come? Will you tell me
what on earth Is to prevent ltT
Wo-nn are not marrying for love
nw When they take husbands It Is
tan get away from home, to get their
fingers into a deepr pocketbook. to bo
able to give hither dinners and dances
The obvious proof that this Is true lies
la In the fact that the self-supiortlg
woman who his olresdy won her way
oat of the home to Independence rarely
marries at all.
"She sees nothing In It for her. And
If by any chance she does associate her
fortunes with some man she floes lit
.-rally that, nothing; more. There Is no
true marriage, no true home, for ahe
will not have children. She and her
eoual'.y business-like partner come to
the conclusion that if they pool their
salaries and their efforts they will 'get
on' faster. Hut children would hinder
relher than helD the 'getting on.' At
a mother the woman would have to give
up her position and her good aalary
while the money that might be spirit In
dining Influential pe -pie and paying the
rent of the expensive but fashionably
located flat would go in baby olothe
LBSS MOTOR CARS AND MORE
"All this talk about not being ftble to
afford children la such absolute hypoc
rkw!" Mr. Hamilton broke off veharn
emtly. "What does It actually meant
That the father and mother must go
to the theatre lest frequently, buy fewer
nw clothes, give up a motor car Some
times the particularly specious pretense
Is made that deprivations mult fall on
tha children and therefore It would b
better for the poor little things not to
be born, or for one child to grow up
without the Immense, social discipline of
brothers and eristers. But It's good for
children to straggle and give up things.
It snakes the right sort of men sod
"women of them.
"The trouble with the ootnparailvaly
few American children of this genera
tion Is that they liava too much money,
too many udvantages. And how does It
affect Utaml Iok for the great figures
among your sons of rich men and you
will not And them. And their daughters,
on the avt-nue, the painted, bejewelled,
sumptuously clothed little girls what Is
there of greatness or goodness among
them? Oh, it's the sons and daughters
of the poor who cume Into the richest
heritage of life!
"I seem to xee you Americans," Mr.
Hamilton sdded. half dreamily, "hurry
ing helpleaslAulong, like a procession of
mutes at a 1 Vieral. Ther. Is no gayety
or laughter isllieauty about your inaroh;
wllh set. drawn, gioomy faoes you
eaSBSBSBk.H&, - "3fS
rave about Individualism, tne i
name for unreetrained selflshnesa and
laelt of self-control. We mutt have
new names, new fashions for everything.
Including religion and patriotism.
THE NEW FASHION OF AMERI
"There Is this new faanlon of Amerl
nn divorce I am marrle-1 to a wnmsn.
and because 1 do not like the way she
wears her hair, because the tings out
of tune. Semite sh - 1I not go motor
ing with me, I say that the Is no wife
of mine, that I will divorce her. Trifles,
nothing but trifles, yet ever gaining an
grtaV.rie Importiarev n the chadless mar
riage. The niTrsitf divorce Is simply
an exhibition of the most deplorable
lack of self-restraint.
"When Rone grow rich and nver--enary
and p'.rnsure-loving, when she
forgot the si'. .-titles of the home an I
of virtuous llvtrvr, when the de.1ed
.Vature ai.o the mne. normal hu-nan in
stincts and impulse, when she became
mass of greed and corruption she
was smashed! 1 think." Mr. Hamilton
coniiluded seriously, "I think that Ood
will wait and look on only a little wthlle
longer, and rhen He will send His
UrundtrbOtt- and I hope to Ood He
TO WED IN DAYTON.
DAYTON. O., Nov. . Booth Tark
Ington, playwright and author, whoao
wife divorced him last November, la to
marry Mrs. Susanna K Robinson o:
this city. Announcement of the engage
ment was made to-day.
Mrs. Robinson, who Is a pretty
brunette about forty years of age, Is
a daughter of the late Daniel Klefer.
manufacturer and banker, and the
widow of an Kngllshman. Temple Rob
inson, who worked as a newspaper man
here and wrote aome fiction. She has
considerable means and no children. The
wedding la to take piuce within the
next few days. It had been intended
to keep It secret.
Mr. Tarklngion's first wife, whom ha
married In :!, was Miss I.aura Fletcher
of Indlanapolla. She accused him of
The polls will open to-day at 6 A.
at. and oloss at 9 P. at. Tote early 1
your business, your material prosperity.
No one can atop to give even five min
utes' serloua thought to any ethical or
spiritual problem. A woman mum not
think because It might make her less
beautiful. A man must not pause be
cause he might lose a tip going around
ss to the next failure In Wall street.
"Oh, you're not alone! The same thins
It going on In France, In England, alt
over Europe! There's this Insane glori
fication of false values. We're all to
DIED IN POLLING BOOTH.
llnfTnlo Rlrrllnn Clerk Drops Dead
FtKFAT.n, Nov. r, .Tust as a long
line of voters tiled into his booth when
the polls opened early to-day Henry
Moest, fifty-seven. Republican elec
tion clerk, fell across the table and
expired of heart disease. The voting
was Interrupted for several minutes
Moest was a superannuated firemen.
FATHER JOHN'S MEDICINE
In a recent letter the Mother Superior
of NsssrrUi Academy, aava: "I have
nothing except praise (or Father John's
Medicine. Several of the sisters have
been taking it and all have been benefited
by it." (Signed) Mother Antoinette,
Nazareth Academy, Concordia. Kansas.
It it worth while knowing that Father
John's Medicine it a safe medicine to
take at a tnnic and body builder, because
it doet not contain any alcohol or dan-
g rout drugs but is computed entirely
, of pure and wholesome, nourishing food
elements, which build new flesh and
strength. Children, aa well as older
people find- renewed health and strength
from its usiv
gjf VflK Bssflt-' assassggaa asaST? 1 Sh
rJS aW 'jL& ia- bssbbbbE;: 'Asr
Get a Gillette See what
a Difference it Makes in
Shaving Comfort and Ease
THE Gillette Safety Razor is the
most efficient shaving device in
It has the smoothest, sharpest edge
the most lasting, most uniform
It is made in four countries. It is used in
all countries. It will shave you as you never
were shaved before.
You can depend on it. It will save you
time and money. It is safe.
Get a Gillette. Shave with it.
Get it today or as soon as you can. Buy
from the alert and progressive dealer who
shows a representative assortment.
Keep your eye open for striking displays Standard sets.
$5: Pocket editions, $5 to $6: Combination and Travelers,
sets, $6 to $50.
Gillette Blades two sizes of Packet, 50c. and $1.00.
GILLETTE SAFETY ' RAZOR COMPANY, BOSTON
"Better Goodt for the Same Money or the Same fToorf fftr . ygg Monty Than Lltevhere"!
As many sets as
are reasonably re
quired for books
unfilled will be
tion in Ladies'
Floor, MAIN Building.
Only 100 complimentary
stamps good in any one book.
Meet Me dt the rbuntcJn
GREENfflJTSuWEl COOPER G.
.J. B. ORE EN HUT, Pre.
1810 19 Strt
For Tomorrow (Wednesday) Only
for Men, Women
Great Sale Tomorrow.
See DetaVs in Today's
(MAIN BulMlnf, Mtln Floor.)
Or Bleached Shaker Flannel 27 A
inches wide ; only 3,000 yards; yd. xC
39c to 50c Cornet Covera em
broidered or lace-trimmed; "I O
1,500; at 1.6c
$1.50 to $3 C B. a La Spirite Corsets
"seconds;" new models; medium,
high or low bust; garters at- yQ
tached : only R00; each 4tC
(No Vlsil, Tphon. or C. 0. D. (rd.rs Will ho MM
75c All-Wool French Serge
black only; 42 inchea wide;
1.000 vards: vard
79c Bed Pillows sire 20x26
inches; only 600; each.
GREEN HIT BUILDING
15c to 40c Roasting Pans just in time
for that Thanksgiving turkey; VSffcrVU
sizes ; bring oven measurement ; Q
1.000; at Oc
on ths akovi Blra Ssoclslt Qstsili,. I Irslita )
H and $5 Foot-Mould Shoes for Men and Women 1
In a Special Sale Tomorrow at $0 OF 1 3
Our own famous brand of high-class footwear- known to thousands of JUmjJtJ 1
people for its excellence. All of these slices are new- maue ror mis scasun, uu
taken from our recular stocks. LVEN AT THE REGULAR PRICES, $4 and $5 A PAIR, THESE
ARE THE BEST SHOE VALUES IN NEW YORK.
Absolutely the Utmost in Slyle, Quality and Workmanship
The Women's Shorn at least fifty ttylea
The Men's Shoes a score of styles, in k.
sia calf, patent leather and dull calfnain, hulton
or lice ; every aiie and width ; $4 and (a q
IS grades I tomorrow, al a.0J
NOTE: Arch-supporting nnd cushion-sole shoes not included in this aale.
( VAIN n mj tV asttsal Moor I
oatent leather, dull calf, tan Russia calf, crav
snd Mack suede; ciotn or uuu ata tops; bum
or lace; every alt and width ;
and $S grades ; tomorrow, at ... .
'GREEN HUT BUILDING-
Spl:A?JT" Oriental Rugs
We have devoted a portion of our Main Floor to this special exhibit and sale of fine medium and
smull-sized Oriental rugs of every known weave. The variety of sixes, designs, and weaves is most
ssnsrying: una tne prices are the lowest that could possibly be quoted.
Caralaugh Hugs--with a soft.
deep pile, in most plessing de
signs; values $10 to PJ f
$12; tomorrow, at ... . I .OU
Shirvan and Dagheatan Rufa
every piece of selected quslity ;
values $15 to $17; J2 50
Mosul Rug. - one of the most
serviceable of the Oriental
weaves; values $25 $1 Ct
to$2,50; at lO.DU
Kurdistan Kuga a most unusual
collection of choice pieces;
values $25 to $29 ; $a q ja
tomorrow. 1 if OU
(GREENHUT Buildlai. t-lrat Floor.)
Royal Iran Rugs rich, lustrous
rugs, of exceptionally fin. text-
Kermanshah Ruga choicest of
the Persian weaves; valuta up
Tomorrow, Special Sale of
25 Pullman Baby
Samples and ad
vance styles I Tha
maker mad. a con
cession In price, and
we'll do tha same, to
morrow. Better come before
the 25 are ion..
Ev.ry oa It a
Sensational Sale of Seasonable Housewares
Tea Kettle, -with flat bottom and
wooden grip handle; 7- $ nf
pint size; regularly $2.40 ;st l.DU
Preserving Kettles lipped ; wooden
grip handle; 4-pint tlze;TA
regularly 65c; at OlC
Lipped Saucepans with long handle ;
3-pint size; regularly OCT
50c; at tOC
Cooking Pot. with long handle and
cover , 5-pint tlzt; regularly Ff fr
$1; at OC
Tea Spoona regularly
Tablespoon. regularly 85c
Sun Oak Parlor
burnt either coal
or wood ; power
ful heater ; hat
draw center grate,
nickel screw dam
per and fancy urn
top; No. II, with
10-Inch $ a f
fire pot 4.DU
No. IS size, with tj
14-Inch fire no tW
(GREENHUT Bulldlni, Mtln
No. 17 aize, with It-inch $Q ns
fire pot 7.0U
Waterman O I I
with 4 nibaa:
jewel front ana
top; at l.UJ
Six-tub. slz. SXM
Wrought Iron fire Set. consisting of
tttnd, tongs, poker and $ off
shovel ; 27 inchea high.. . t.OO
Black Andiron. -14 inches high;
copied from ih. ttyl. used In
the year 1775; pair, to- r)AA
Floor ind Bum tat.)
GarbagaCaaa IWata Pair 10-
tff anart ait.
raWtJC If 2 -quart tit. . . Xc
HUttonary Wank Tub Covers with
hardwood atrip; brasa hinges;
fit over two tuba; regularly QQ
11.25; at afOC
Foot Tuba large ait.; regu- Off
larlySOc; at OOC
lanwta' Shaped Bathtub.- Qf
regularly $1.25; at OUc
Now la the tlm. to protect your
homes against tb. cold wintry blasta.
Weather snips for doors and win
dows; made of wood, t m
rubber edge; at, a loot ICtoC
Pleilble Rubber Weather Stripe- in
50-ft. lengths; according $ a $
to width, hot I leas
Pleilble fail Weather Strips 50 ft. in
a box ; prices according $ $
to width 1 lo ail
Groceries of Unquestioned Quality
Largest Variety of Staples and Fancies in Greater New York, and at Lowest Prices
Prompt delivery service. Immediate attention to mail and telephone orders. Call 4000 Chelsea.
APPLES IN BARRELS
Flnost Baldwin. I
Itncy (jroonings j
1-arto Kins spplo.
Tollmin Svss. . .
APPLES IN BOXES.
Grlmos Gold.a. .
Roms Bttutr $2
Dotlckm. bin am applo. $J 25
APPLES IN BASKETS.
GrlnM. Gotdsn or Joottban.
I ir KISf
I ill Pippin
Freahlr roUwl vhlt. oaU.
10 Int., S Ms-
Cottee and '1 ea
10 Iba . J AO: ! Ih.
FAVORITE HI END C
GUADARAI.I COFFEE--wa asrvs this
dallcloua eotfat In otir Purt FooJ Rao
taurant and Taa Room: 'I7r
i , th '
in ik. tnr. IL. ... Si It,
FAMILY TEAS tha grada told In moat
atoraa al , Vlh caddy, tl.HS; -
NEW SEASON'S TEAS rram. bla.k or
mlitd to ordtr; S IK caddy, t2.7S; (111.,
M, raddy, It. t( lb uuv
I AM Y WIKIIE TOMATOU - Fountain
ual Ity ; naw pack Jaroay ISSjatSStl i "tt
4oi.. ai.75; larga can 9
FRESH LIIBSTBR Miphlilo hnnd, no
pack Canada lobster; doi , l,4( )U
U lb flu can SfwT.
Fraahly ground; compan thii cocoa with
any or tha advcrtlaad hranda at iouslt
tha Bflatl 4 Mis, net m caniiter,
lb., in bulk
IIMUN llINi, PBACHIS I - ..... I
brand, fancy California Irulli ) i,.
dor, 12.77; ,rr can
SANTA CLARA PRUNES largt alia,
twin fruit; ' "-. 7Hc; )..
3 Iba mmm
FANCY CALIKIRNIA PRUNES .,
5 Iba.. J,c: .1 Ibi "
Fancy Jaraay paara 'or labls usa; raady
to larva, doa., SI. 4b; 1 J I
B MEAT u Jaiiy a R.s brand; or.
4dc glaaa lar StV
FANCY SF.LUF.il RAISINS 1 9
I ... i ii r a i n .,ulw Aa. 4 I .U ' H.. V
rag. 4dc glaaa i
BOUILLON CUBES-BebranaVa buf OAn
takstl boa, li cuba. aatV
NEW SUGAR CORN Milford quality, xry
tindar and craaray; doian, II II, 0
NEW MACKEREL mi, naw catch fat
and .blta; Mi lb. pall, ).; nil..
S-m. pall ,ov
PURE GRAI'E JUICE Founlala quality ;
dium, $.Z5, 9Qe
regular 4Sc bottls
SmoAed Ox Tongues
HAZEL OLOafl MARCH
H lb. wcMiden bii, 4ss j h. canon.
NLW PAIM.R SHELL ALMONDS
.1 Iba , jlj lb
BM . H-bbl bag.
PREMIUM PATENT FLOUR
DM., tt 2S; t-bbl., J5N;
l l-h: bi
FANCY PASTaY FLOUR bbl , .S;
H bbl.. U U; tg-MI.-bag.
716 cottan bag
IMPORTED FARU 1)AIU
X-RAY PASTE METAL POLISH
rag lOo can
FANCY MIXED NUTS -
4H aw., t; Ik
LARGE WHITE POTATOES -now
lima to buy a auppf '"r rka
month.. IM-lb. bag, tl.04;
Mi lb baa. Blc :: IS Iba
C OTTO LINE Furbank'a thorraaMHI 'rgt
pall, II 4.1; m.J pall, .17c
IRFE i.oob R'tok with pur.bjir at
larga aira na I of Cottolenr.
TENDER SWFF.T PEAS fjuttta.n ''i'y.
naw pack Early Junaa; 1 7l
.as., tl 94; can 1 ,v
t Cakt. Filnr Soas I 4()
I Caa Polly Pr.m Cltanatr. I WT
FREE i-o n("lar S.' a of
Gold Dual Wailing I'oadar ith rur
chaar of thlg spac al.
PROCTER CAVf.I.E S COLD S04I'
boi. IU0 ban, 11.74 j " ...
(MAIN Building, Tb rd Fioo
Best Wines & Liquors
At Remarkably Low Prices
for Wednesday and Thursday
Old Holland Gin
la stosa lugs; said Marly
atrsry whara al tl JO ascb;
seaU this 9gg,
Importad direct from tha
brawary In Dublin, Ira
land; barrel of 8 dotes
bottlea, It 1.40; told in
many atorea it II i
doian boltlei; 11 IC
here, at .'l.tJ
Barrel of 10 doian apttta,
10.75. aoid in many etore.
at tl.30 a doi.sptita; $1
here, Ihli !. al .
Baii ft Co.'h Ale
Barrel of ft doian hot
Ilea. t!3 20; aold In
alher elorwa at .' a doi
boitlaa; kara, 1 KA
rhi. aats wl.T
Kaer.l of 10 doian splits,
tlO.at; sold in on. r
stores at fl.JO a do rati
t ha. kara, $1 fit
thia aal 'l.Wt
Sir Robert Burnett &
I xi niton Dry and
Old Tom Gina
Cass of 12 bottles, Id;
II bottlea, 14; Q.
Kntucky'a fnet J aillla
tion . J nrtrly vry -where
ai U Ml a nit-Ion
nd $1 a quirt; plIi1
full qusn bottle). . "v
DUNCAN'S ftPtClAL LIQ
UEUR IGOTCH whisky
sry old and m:- it
r e .
low; 11,11 roil,!
tan and Martini;
lb fintajt old
$1 25 quart
By the Gallon
PORT. .SHERRY, ANOEUCA,
MUSCATEL and TOKAY.
MrJa-.u from tl.U) tog 1 88
Reduced from 2.00 to 1.68
Reduce! from I 50 to 114
Reduced from I l to 8 I
Dotrloti b, tba Gratn
Rivar DlatHlary Co.,
Owanahoro, K. , sold in
othar atora at 9 1
bxtttlt; r Shim
Warranted Strictly Pure
By the (JaM.n.
Harnltaga rye.l.a.00 $4 35
Treadmill 4.25 3 Ob
Coldan Wadding .4 50 8 94
I .of House . J.OU BJ4J
By tha Ouarl Bottle.
Hermitage rye. II. VI $1 24
Treadmill IM U8c
Coldes tg'eJdisg LOO H4c
Club House . . tOc 71
SCHIEDAM HOLLAND CIN
guirmiej strictly pure
and of great medicinal val
ue; large bottle, more than
a quart, rag. price 1 1. SO,
reduced lo 11.10; 7Q4.
Oc bottls ' i
j. (j!. Mop ret &
Bottiad at thfl ditt II rfy
in France; auld nrarly
avervwhere it II. 7 a
bottle; here, thla $t M
aa a, at sfsaj
Zl.il.a.aJltjV Omm TrnAiwtm f arm n. Rmftvut Hn'C.ltwIr KinmUiSto
ral.sutMa UN SEW YOMM'X
thla aalV bottle
MAIN BuAng, Third Ploor'l I
Dalv's Old liish
Fo; -Still Whiaky
Imported diract f.om tS
diiii.Ur fn Tullimora,
Kmi'i Comiy. r4MJ
tktra ape. a far iiU.p
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