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THE EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1912
MARRIAGE A JOK
SHE THOUGHT AT 1 3, OF DREAMY HATS
WHEN SHE ELOPED, HUBBY BOUGHT HER
MRS. DUDLEY TELLS PRISONER IS ESCORTED
HOME TO SEE HIS DEAD
CHILD FOR LAST TIME
TEACHERS TO COUNT VOTES7
SINKS $4,500 AUTO IN BAY;
TIRED OF REPAIR BILLS.
"Naughty Justice Shouldn't
tlave Performed Ceremony"
Court Thinks So Too.
LOUM Whit" Pennine-tun. a hrntrn-
Tells How Wealthy Suitor
Helped Her Get a
eye1. tl"k-h iln-'l ls. who I now
tweaty-nn. face.! J Mtle ni.kmr In
t!i eruprerne t'mirt, Mfimklyn. to-day
and lolfl hnw she run hwhv in I .it
married when kIh' wiis only I h I rl n .
elaht rar ailu.
.The (III. slrlelntly beautiful, tol.l lir
Mnry In her aull to have her Rtarrlagf
to Arthur Pcnntnftton annulled brinmr
of Bar ettreme youth. Tha alrl totae
wtiat n trll.-l tha Court when hr Mid
that aha thought at tha tlma of her
elopement that har i.lln wa inly
"I we only thirteen whan I flmt met
Arthur." aha aald. "Hf waa then twen-tjr-tsro
yaara old He u a tall, hand
aoma young man, and i ltKanl him, but
I wma too much of a child to think of
marrlaae. a ahort while aftrr ha he
0OH i-alrtnf at my home at N'o. JX War
ran atraat. firooklyn, w iie-re I atlll live
With my mother. Mr John Una, who
ha married asaln. ha klaaad ma and
Mid I w.'ik a pretty child.
"I tried to box hi er, but I miliar
llfced him. Then a lew day after that
ha came to tha bonne when mother win
out and aiiageKtid thai ne gel married.
I lug:,e,i and thought he waa fooUnff.
But ha Inalated and I went out with him.
Ha took nie to Jeraey, where we were
married by a Juatlce of the I 'care. I
wa allll In hoit drees and my lialr
waa banging down my bark.
"Any one could aea thai I waa a
iSsre child: t don't unileratand why that
nought v Juotlca of the peace let me
"Afttr the wedding Arthur brought
ma hark to Hnmklyn and Inatailrd
me In JuM tha cunnlngeat Utile flat.
01 y hIx blorkH awoy from wiainma
tVo were there two niontha before
mamma dlarovered ua, and then 1
told her of nur marriage. Hhe waa
not angry. Arthur Beamed Ilka a
tea boy and lie waa rood to me.
Than three montha later ha dlsnp
poared and I haven't aeen him Mince."
Mra. Hroa, tha plalntlh" mother.
eorrnb.ii ated her dauffhtei atory.
Mho added that ahe had made dllllg. nl
effort to find her son-lh-law, bu: had
' At the time of tha elopement, nindam,
did you aak tha police to look for yuur
.'No, 1 dlda't worry about her. I
tinuffhl probably ahe hod married
Srthiir M oa we all liked lilm we
didn't rMnk any harm had fallen l.il
lln. I retained a lawyer who eventu
ally found tha record of the marriage
lo Jaraoy sty. and than wo traced my
Justice Blockmor annulled the mar
rhga on tha ground that It a void
able, which, however, doea not mean
vld. The dlffaraocc that a void
ntorrlagr uuld never hye been legal
matter row long Bie couple ra
ined together, while a voidable one
old only ho an milled by the artlon of
.Mr. Mario Xlulock Dudley took IM
e'an.l In her own behalf In the trial of
her and her husiaml's mutual ncllon"
for otroTM kofoaaj ftu OnsSflHf
rltevrnson In Jera-y lily tu-slny.
Mia. Dudley Khowotl the greateot
cotnpooure na alio, ahlfled the fOtdl tt
hei embroidered black akltt. Kittled her
Happy block lace hat and leaned back
lo fare Ilia Vlre-t'hancollor and her
lawyer. Vntll he ungftn deecrthlng the
tine hat and gown her hiiabnnd bad
given her when they vlalled Pari she
poke with bored Indifference then ohe
brluhtetied up and grew really enthti
alaotlc. Her emmeel, Allan II. Strong, tried
to put off her leatlmony. fSytSS ho
wished to take depolllon. but Vice-
Ckanoallor Stevenson aald that the ee
mut be tried continuously and refuaed
"When I met my huauand at a tao
In Naw York city In US I wa the
wife of IM word Warren. We w a
great deal of Mill other and later Mr.
Dudley Introduced me lo a Mr. Paul
Cravath, aaytng that Mr. t'rnvath could
get me a divorce from my buahand. aa
"Mr. Dudley Joined me In Naple. Daly,
late In I8. and after a few daya we
were married. We returned to New
York In June and went to Mr. Dudley'
eatate. the Orange, at Dudley atatlon,
"A the gale were opened a lot of
dog, eighteen or twenty of them, wept
down on u. They frightened me and
Mr Dudley wa Irritated. Wo found
Mra. (.'alter. Mi Dudley's Kilter, at tha
hnuae and her huahand. Mr. Carter
waa In charge. Hhe waa consistently
and etiidlnuely dlaagreeohle ond rude.
So we moved to PbllodelplAo.
"At my borne there I entertained the
Dorrancn. the Wldenara, the aenlor and
Junior Oeorge llumea, the Waterhnuac
and the McClure. We travelled around
to Atlnntlc City, Newport and Nnrr.-i-ganeett
Pier. It I not true that I ever
rurscd my husband and accused him of
misconduct with a friend at ten or that
I made a aceno over hla attentlona to
Mra. Tillman at Narraganaelt Plar.
"We went to London, I'arla, Uaden
IBoden. Me bought mo perfectly bootltl
f rt thing In Pari hat that were Juat
lovely and dreamy gown.
"We met Mra. nilmbith Bottle Van
derponl of Haugrrtlo abroad. Kho kept
che-Klug arter Mr. IhHlIey nil the time.
Hhe I ravelled on the some ateumar
with UK. Mr. Dudley hod It arranged
oo thai though I ait on na aide of trim
ohe aat on the other. She forced he -oalf
oral Arekllart aaa afrlaeera.
The twentieth annual meeting of iha
Society of Naval Architect and Marine
Bnglneer wa opened to-doy In the
anglnenng Hoctetlea Building at No.
Weat Thlrty-nlath atreet. The nel
tng will loal two daya. to-day and t
morrow, aonoludlng to-mormw irtght
With a banquet at the Waldorf-Aetona.
The president of the Society la Steven
raadlldatr Opeat Toe Cent.
Conrod H. Palmoteer. Prohibition
eandtdite f r Congreaa from Klnga
County, apent but two centa oo hla cam
paign, according to hi certificate of
oxpenooa filed jreoterday with the Coun
ty Clerk. Mr. Palmateer expended thli
amount In aendlng a letter to one of hla
Father's Moans in Cell Dis
turbed the Tombs Till His
Plea Was Granted.
The Heap of prisoner In I he TofllBI
wa bmken, I na t Plight, by the muffled
crle and eohs of pvlsnner Oil Tier 4,
Not thai the Brief and sob In the el. II
hmrra of the night are unu'iial In rii
prlnon . or rldor, but tier 4 Is go upiod
by mn who are uaJtlmx examination In
the Tom bg I'olbv Court nnd the llgjifgl i
ognlnKt I hOWl are leVdoTT OOrVrOO
John CioHhy, a driver, cbarKoil with
t-rand larceny, wa the prlaoner who
t imed about on the narrow bed within
hi cell ami WoOfO. aolia (Uaturhed the
other prlioner a alrep.
"Tell that guy to cut It." gruml.bd
the Kleepy occupant of n nearby coll.
"Don't bother him." replied the man
In the cell aOrSM the way. "MM baby'j
The prlmner complained no more.
To-day the pliaimer'a wlh to look
once more on the face of hla dead child I
wa granted. Croaby wa taken to hl
homt at No. Ml Water etreot by a keep, j
er from the Tomb ntid rhrre remnlnid.l
for a few mlnutea belde the tiny coffin
The child, Mireo yeara old, died yester
day of aplnal menlngltla.
Michael Delagl, a lawyer, want lo
Maglatmte Houle, alttlng In the Tomha !
Police Court, to aak tbe Court' permls
alon for Crooby to vlelt hla hmne for a
few minute. He wit accompanied by
Mr. Crosby, a little woman In a ruety
black shawl and veil.
"It means o much to him, your
honor," wept tha woman. "I know yon
won't keep him from a laat look at our
Magistrate II., use told Attorney
Del.Ki It waa not In hlH poWOT to grant
uoh permlalon, but he ayinpathliisj with
tbe prisoner and showed no objection to
hi lemtMirary releaae If Cnmmliwlonor
of Corrections Whitney would cuneent
The Comtnlaalonei a consent was ob
tained and the prloner In tier 4 saw hi
Frisco Man After Piyfflg Out
J?2,000 to Keep Car in Order
Has It Hurled f-'rom Boat.
SAN 1-UANrlsrn, ,,v. ; -Obeying
orilar of hi eniplover, H. II Hart of
Oak Hindi Jane bitg, a chaiirfeur. ran
a HitOO automobile off the rear of a
ferrybuHt Into rtan Krnnclsco bay yea
lirday. Hurt dtili to "diuwu" the
automobile wa because It bad rolled gg
a ispalr bill of liiXifl. Yvatatday bo
culled I.lti Into his library.
Take Ibat car out and I oft it,
"I can't Ins It." n ;,llcl Mil
tiai well known: fOflsfbogy would find
It and brln II back again."
"Then sink It In the middle of tha
bay." 'iild Mart.
Knr the first time In week the mr
ran smoothly to the ferry station und
was grlveg abonid tbe boat. Lltl naaed
the mute to show him the deepest , pot
In tbe harbor. When the boat reached
the dc.'lonntcd place I.ltx ran the ear
to the veasel apron, pulled wide the
throttle and leaped to the deck. The
automobile went Into the bay.
Aproaatont saggrili Hie. Hon
f'hanae to wi?nor.
Thos. P. Bnrki. o public arco mtrin!,
WbO I liibulnllng for the County Hoard
of Canvassers the vote cast oMotldg
day In Manhattan and the P.ronx, has
iiKKeated to Mgyor Oaynor that school
teaciers be employed on election nlsrht
to check off the vote when the hitll.it
boxe are opened He ays the many
mistakes which occur In tabulating the
olea are not rauacd by ctlmlnal t.ie
ttrs by Inapeotora In nil ease, but nre
due to Ignorance of figure and to fa
tigue The latter element la due to the fact,
he add, that Inspector arc required
lo be on duty from I o'clock In 'he
morning until 1 and sometime t o'clock
the following morning. Mayor (laynor
aked Mr Hurke to convey hi plan to
the Commlloner of Account as to Its
YOUNG HARBURGER HURT.
Mccl In Konndry.
MftWICK, Pa, Nov. 21. -Buried be
neath an Immense pile of ateel ends
when a aupportlng beam gave way,
Benjamin llarburKi r, son of the New
York Bheriff, serving an pprenUeehlp
In tho local American Car and Foundry
plant, had a narrow eacape from death
It w.ia neceary to pry up the heavy
teel end before the young mn was
released. Ilarburger's right leg waa
broken, Mf left ankle sprain, d and ho
suffered cut and brules on his body.
CALL SCHRANK FOR TRIAL.
MILWAUKIUB, Wis., Nov. Jl. The
trial of John Hrhmnk, rhnrged with
attempting M kill Col. Theodore Roose
velt, will be proceeded with to-morrow,
according to announcement bv
Judge A. c. Itackus In Municipal Court
! to-day. Tha commission of allenlata
which has been examining Into
i Hchrank's mental condition will. It la
expeoted, be ready to report at that
Eck man's Alterative
A Vahiabl Reined; for Tfiroal and Lunp
It M rvlly tf btlftlrt IflAI ranjiMmntln
tH'ffru ffom furv 'ithfr fliRfi' in not rt-
iutrlna th u) of any mp'Hrlnf1 for !!
ir'ett mnt. Fr a nirnhrr of frtj nn
normnuf nf - 1unt ,r v Mrxl ihnkfnl
ffnt lnionll frnn pArtOtll whn onuidur
that ihv nwf thtlr lin to KCkftttol't Al
mr nt Ivf, a mrii'lnt for Tuhv t uloal. ha
bfpn at ( un ittlrit. W'irlv ixpntv of tlm
lo 'ifiin't-'r iip laMlnir V oil 09 Toi ran
write to anv of ihpm. Urt la ono:
o2:t Olrard AVI,. Phlla.. Pa.
"flpntltPK-n : Jn thf winter r 190$ I hn l
an at tack nf 0ttpp9, hv Pneu -mnnln
and Inter hv t'onnummlon. 1 Mrew
ataailllr worse. In the winter of lf)'4 I
had ucti night awaata, fever and rnlae l
quantltlea of awful lookln tuff, and 1 u- r
! had manr hamrrrhavee ; at ona tlma
three in thraa au.eaiva ilava. Milk and
a1- liPtim no d lata Tfn1 I could k
nnthlhif down. I'hrte physlcl-tn1- treated
me. 1 waa ordered to tha nuajntalna hut
dll not t' Kfkman'a Alttratlva waa reo
cmmaniiad hv a fr'cnd. After tuklntr n
email qunntltv t had the fn-t unlet nlxht'a
Blftt) for week a. Mv Improvement waa
marked from the first. I .mined atranB?th
and weljtht un 1 Hppetlte I never had an
othar hwmnrrhaae and my -ouarh rradu
1 1 1 v laaaenrd until entirely Rona. t am
orfM.v wall. Rvarythlnc I aav hara oan
te vrrlflad hv mr f&mllv and ftlenda.
(stworn affidavit ANVnr. tvUrOHHATf.
-kman'a Alterative la effective In Bron
chi t la, Aathma. Hav Fever : Throat and
t.ung Trnublae. and In uobulldln the are
teni. Dcwa not rnntaln pnliona, oolatea nr
hahlt-formtnir druae. For aale by Hiker
llefreman Irua; Htores and other lervdlna
druffKlata. Aak for booklet telllna of re
coverlea and write to Kckman leaboratorv,
Philadelphia. Pa.. rr additional evidence.
"RAT" SAVES WOMAN'S LIFE.
lad Now Mho Wore Hair In Fash
taper!! le The KTWrin YV.ifM I
KM7.AUKTII. N. J.. Nov. -.'I. -When
"rat" hrot come to be worn by women
folk Mr. Jeaalo Kunxe or No. (jfi Itroad
wny ua loath to put one on. and only
consented when her women friends
told her 1. woo "old fashioned" to wear
the hair without a "rat."
Mra. Kunae woo riding In a trolley
car laat night A fuae blew out. Hhe
jumped off the back platform and
landed on her head on the pavement.
Instead of being knocked sAnsriless, he
escaped with a few scratches. Hhe
j had landed on the "rot" and It aaved
ONLY A FEW DOSES REQUIRED
TO MAKE YOU RIGHT AGAIN
Jut a little Cooper' New Diarovery,
only a few doses, and your stomach
ditres, indigestion and diffineis will
Cooper' New Discovery will aid you
to digrst whatever you eat and over
come tbe sour, out-of-order stomach
before you reolife it.
If your meal don't tempt you or
what little you do eat seams to fill you
up, or lies heavy on your stomach if
you have heart-burn, sick headaches and
feel all tired and generally run down,
that i a sure sran of a disordered
Go to your druggist just as soon as
ou can and gel a bottle nf Cooper's
ew Discovery. Take three doses
one before each meal and you will find
hero will be no more belching, no sour
risings, no stomach troublr, gas or heart
burn, fullness, or heavy feeling in the
stomach, nausea, hrudaches, dizziness
or griping. These will all disappear, anil
besides, there will be no undigested
food left aver in the stomach to poison
your breath with bad odors.
Cooper's New Discovery goes right to
the root of the trouble the stomach. It
mnkr nature do the real work. It tones
up the stomach, purifies the blood, loos
ens up the clogged machinery of the body
and makes men and women who have
been half-tick all the time sleep well at
night, forget nervousness and enjoy life
all day. I'or sale at all druggist.
NO MONEY DOWN1.00 PER WEEK j
Step into Story tt (Murk's, fclect any
Ortogby Piano, pay us not s Mnny,
a imply try it in your Lome st Story
L CUrVa risk. Price
TRY IT WITHOUT RISKING ANYTHING
An opportunity like this lisa never before been known in
tbe history of Piano Soiling. We offer you s genuine,
bona-fidc bargain s bargain that can't be duplicated.
We let you trst firat ami buy afterward.
COME TO MORROW AND GET FIRST CHOICE
Slwsya remember the foB neat. Leek S
this etgaotare oa every aba. He.
Ulkatiojida purrliased front un ran !
tin it km. nt full vitlue or rfttirnisl for caah.
laaa ten urr rant., within mm year
To-Day and To-Morrow.
Lsd.es' RlnflS Gents' Kings
YalUAtloa. Our I'nr. Vjtiatinn. nur Prtc.
SUftu.oo sitjn etioiHi g:i.-
iiUS.OO ITS ;iii.-,.imi SMI
17.1. Oil fM UIO.IIO 1TW
lan.iiu oa invito un
lo-.. on Tti 1UM.IHI MS
HII.OO 611 IINMNI M
75. on m.oo -in
no. oo till .Mi.no :tn
un.no In i.-..imi -n
ln.mi m ao.nn in
If sou are In Hie market f..r a lllamiinit.
now I the lime In uiaae your aelectlua.
Our annual v.itemlier sale of liiainnnil. I
kannn thruualiiiiit t lie I nit.-, I Males. We
hate same eri fine lltaiiionil Kin.- tlil
' we will offer Innn H la SHIln that . annul
h mall hell fur le. limn .111 iter eent
I I lime Ihen nur i.rl. f liv anv ..tall .I.IIm
loll ran finn nltl lulirseir li stenillnK Intu
i the nearest rellalile .leeller an.l I.MkUlna-
I , uver their IMainnnda liefore romin here.
i i nen a eoninarisnn alii .oil, kit ronvloce
.Tnu mil we are selling liiainiinn. nireet to
the eojuumer eliraiirr Ihl month taaa
ninnv nrian eneiier. ean Due inem.
He nur wlnauw illsnlav nf nver half
million duller' wnrth of diamond. All
naini.r niarsen em fo eJO.Uini.inj.
CHARLES A. KEENE
" Q-f Imnortvr of IMamnnrl,
loU Broadway, New York
(ll'KN I VIII. U O'CLOCK.
Nsw Player Pisno
rsss Mi an ROM...
OS TKIAI. WITIIOI'T COST. SMSOO.
THIS ORDER GOOD FOR
Out It out at onee. Hr--i-i- aavlna ou
11 on wa iiarmlt tha ". paymenta.
WITH OUR WAY
SIO Fit KK CKMIM llll l .
On of la., order. i.u.l a. t'lr.t
I'h mfiii toward pun h sue of on
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facial disfigurements dry skin,
pimples, muddy complexions
than the person so afflicted.
If you will make the use of
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of annoying feelings about your face.
It will clear your skin and give it a
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where know that it is a natural com
plexion maker. Tubes 10c, 25c, 50c;
jars 35c, 50c, 85c, 51.50.
When, you insist upon Daggett & RamsdeH'e,
you are getting the best cold cream in the store.
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tt 130. The top It highly
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