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SI 8f 000 FROM SON
Sues John W. Young to Re
cover Judgment Granted 15
Years Ago in Kngland.
HPS HAD VARIED CAREER
Lost Fortune in Shipbuilding
Trust Smash After Living
n Lavish Style.
Unusual mystery l msd by the Isw
ver of M a-ttnn brought !n the Su
nrem Court by Mia Mercedes Ms telle
Woodford ags.nai John Wdlard Young,
win of Brighen, Young, tht ilorawn
w nww a juagment u sis.imi i
obtained In an Kngllsh court nfteen '
r ago. Miss Woodford, who I sad
to be a nis e gl the late "Oom Paul"
Krugsr. on time Pre dent of the
Tranavaa: Repnsi::. la an Baallaaj mtt
aem th dsugtiier nf Mme, Susanna
Helena Woodford, wag owned much;
property In Soith Africa before the
SSISS VTosdford. t.nwugh her conns!.
rirr M Brown, haa inrt'l! i.. Juetle
Oreenbatim for an order directing Mr.
'ung lo alga certain IMtl nor,. M'.l.ri
tw years ago and also for aa order !
mat an open lommlsaljn nsu to fake '
th tmitmony of four london law yer j
appeared in tne original Nil when
It waa tr.ed In the High Court of Jue
Ue. Queen Bneh Division.
XeiUher Mi. Brown nor Alfied J. Jup-
r. Young's lawyer, profeed to
know for what rSadgn the Judgment
waa rssdsred sgalnst Mr. Young. Mi
Jeplliig Intimated that Mira Woodford's
soother wa th original complainant
against him and tha'. MM RMtkCf had
assigned t!ie dslm to :h daughter, who
la now travelling in the I.' tilled State
- Biuwn saio me juogniant whs eent
to him from a correspondent abroad fur
MORMON LIVID IN LAVISH
STYLE IN LONDON.
Th London solicitors hn i, I
examined are aorg Twynan. who rep
resented Mr. Young, and Horace (J
Harwood. Waiter 8. Hudera and Robert
C, Wl. who appeared for tha plaintiff.
It wae learned that In INT, whsn t .e
suit waa tlid. Mr Young daughter
and Mia) Woodford war attending
school In Bruaaala. Whan t'.ie two
girl returned to London, where the
Mormon waa than stopping, calls were
ohangd and In una manner the
Tong aad Woodford baoama lntl
raadely acquainted. Mr. Young at thta
use waa living In expenelve atyla and
entertaining levtahly. Mra. Woodford
had an elaborate traits In a Iondon
The only hint ai to what ia back of
the auM eawi fro n th ofilce of one
of th lawyer In tne rate, to the bCmI
thiat Mra. Woodford had bean pereuadcl
by Mr. Young to Invert g certain Amer
ican acurltlee, Ine latter de:lar n hat
tne mveetrrent waa for etock in a com
paay of which lie waa only an offl ir,
that he never rtiered in Mra Wood
fwd'a purrhaee o.' gtOek, a'nl that he
waa never ecrved While n London In
any action elmllur to the one b.ought
!n' th New Yor!; Supreme Court. It l
to queatlon the lawyer on t.ie agrvlcg
that th comtnlatlon I now eought.
HAD VARIED FINANCIAL CA
RIKR SINCE LEAVNO UTAH.
Mr. Young net had a varied flnanc.al
l aaoer alnoe he .tbandonod htl ggllva
I'teh. There. It ll aheaed. ha !! - I '.!
ia lnta of MorUtonlain. rVhan th ion
of th Prophet cam to Nen- York he I
IKiml HettUMlJ With the MPWIIIalng
t uat aad promoted ite projtel bbroad,
In Ma financial operatloite he met Llllun
.ludec. ah helrea Although be b
ininv veara her eentor. It waa reported ;
i hey were ciixagetl to wed. bU M!
Judge aoun niarrit I a young Kn!l.i-
About thta tUB M Involved In H e
collapaa of the ehlplml'dlng trut ;nd
!Oft many thouranda of dollar Sin.'e
that time Mr. Young, who now la re in 1
Xgw York, ha been interrti in m'iy
iitrprl. from ihe financing of Broad i
way ahow to t.ie dev e'.ul:nef of rail ;
road and mines in gKIM and the
MURDER AT CHURCH FAIR
FOLLOWS A CAKE AUCTION.
Bullet Meant for One Bidder Hits
Another Slayer Storm Build
ing Seeking Enemy.
TRENTON. X. J.i Jan. 13. At the
. 'o of OBUrOh fair lieid In n llAitlt
church of KlgHtStOWDi 'XttOll mllM
'im her, early to-dny, Nlofi 1'aylor
hot and killed Obadiah Miner In an
effort lo uni charier Wsrauto .
Th ahoollng took place vhi'.. til
cake were being auctioned .n at :l.e
clota of the f;-. Ml thveu mull. re.
groea, were bidding 0(1 a r :.t cake
. Tnvln. arl V- t - ! H V Al tO
luarrel. Tajloi lre a revolver ind
flie at Wdrtnflajr, lh uu:it en'."rln
Miner' brain. Taylor fed. lu' i
i i rood a fee mlnutog later and at
emoted to re-eme: thf huliding I
acb Warxa.ev. bul Wag Prevented
by the don. t'ng barred, tne occu
pant of tne Church .ieoom ng pan. -
tlaylor eacai.ed, end Maie..al Lawien e
V. Clark and a potie ai no n p ir-
eult. Th rii ll ld to l ev leeil
piiraarlly cauaed b" foglougy btn
Taylor and Wnimale ovr n vo'imn
There had !ien ba l !! between
th two men for h long time.
reidrr Rrrnnnn Hae laieil.
JT. PAl'L, Jon. II- William Prrnna'i,
umpire, to-day llgnad Hml mgllad I 1
PreeWent l.nr i uf t'ie N'atloilll ''aac
Mll Lug i hie coi'l ant for 113. It ia
.mderatood ll'it to oni u'i pioWdea
an goiiii Of r uiennap
alary gt VOr
ThayCure CMtli in (mi Day.
gad Ceael 0ua Oeeu at. eat ku at.
OF MORMON CHIEF
SHOULD THE WIFE BE THE BOSS?
WWWWWWwWwH innrii-ii-irnniinrij nnnnnni .uijuuiijnji rw
I HAVE WOneo HA l0
AMO LOST StreP HMIOMTi"
UNCLE SAM PUIS
HEAD OF "MOVIE
President of Motion Picture
Patents Co. Testifies as to
Wor, more than a week the operation
nnd ratnllcallona of the "Movey" Truat
have been under Inveetlgatlon by two
apeclal acente representing Attorney
General Wlckcraham. In the Oovrn
nMOt'g "lt to dUan'.v the Motion Pic
ture Patent Company, and a maae nf
f.lence ngalnat tiiat . nrporntlon and
tta ranilflMtlOn Is M t have been
accnmulsled Edwin tlroevenor and
.losepn laillng. th pe.-ll sgents. are
the men whoe work lad tajth emnah
Ing of th Psthtub Trust
TgllmonV befire Spct'isl I'nited S't.s
Examine: Kdward Hckf al hearing-
In tn Hole; MoAtpIn rttdgf and
Tburpdajj tends to bear oui the atan -merit
of Saoiual I'nlerniver. who ohar
ecterlaed the Moving Pioture Truet at
the most atidaelmie cnmhlnatlon In the
More than tlOD.Min.Ouft 's Inveated In h
moving picture business in the United
Utile-', according to figure .-ompllad b
Manas tlrosvenor ani iJarllng. whn
have ir.ivellwl all over Ih countrv In
their Investigation, tinder the present
eupply and leasing svstem the Motion
Pict'Jie V'af.'nte Company. I onslstlng oi
i ine loading ingnufgctur! aontrota the
A three-dAr ev.imlontinn of Henry
Marvin, President of the Motion Pic
t .i Patents Cnntpaiv. wa MMdhldod
esterda.v. Mr Varv'n. wl Is peirha'"
the mo' Impnrtonl figure In Mie truet
amtttad 'bet of the lf.0 fl-ns that aj;-
pli,l .n 'exaid li.Tis flee vears ago. ntll)
one Mintpany rh tl't frW Com
jam iieganld iv th Motion Wntur
patents romnanjp) nUt to4ay.
le lell"d vester.ti Mll, gll ''
the 0'nlntln n( ibe (eneri II m
Company, which iii.euunt!y 4Urd
neariv nil Mm eiclisnge in this coun.
try. (HflOlnll df tie P.ttent OOWUMin)
had lnvtlftd the film Schnjl
,1 eatlmalMl the vtl II of their prop
ertv at "..'. Thl amount was ex
nendert In geglrtrlng 'he t. i.iness of
The second irltn at waa
WlliUnt tviscr. Hecralary of th.. MoH"
Picture Patent ConiMfiy. and Treii
irev of Ihe Cener.il Wlgl Conip.uiv. He
la on "f 'he defendants nd repraaanta
Inc. in the Pwtent
i The H I
!.e .le etrtpe.l a lind rgn
-.1 IgnAenne n' nfll hi
' - - . - I a
asin o r- ' r
i ,n ;.. s'r.wing tTte nnenomei-ai grown,
nf the fllwi lnmnnv T ie entnga aV w
nrgapld M"- ''" s,x wontli t 1
' 't wa doing ner -ei.t of all lit BHti
rantlni 'n IW roiintry v veai fti ,
: '.is oeganlialtnn it wa doing pe
I Tn.. hel 'ng will :.e 'onMn;in nelt' ,
LA SALLE ALUMNI TO DINE.
Mar. I avellr tn He I'rlaHpal arnk-
, rr at Dgnigli
l.n -nil Awdomy lumnt AaeoolaUon
n .11 hold lianqul a; th 'Jroad vr..
Central Hn'e; r.es- Monday rlgh'. 'ive"
CO'i uienibers a '.! b n gttendaQU, M '.
Lavellt of Ml. PgtP-cK'l vnriral i!
be f e pilni .pal ipgal,
Othtri nie lll talk lnoi4d gup. eu.a
Courl J little V ct )! I. I'oa.ing. Bishop
Mm doi 1'ne -' -nokl.v i. and Mgr.
llnye. llrot iTj" forinoriy pfn
..nH' of Si. Pii .''s d ami u :uiri.
A I gehooll Ml a I ' ev nuj ends
art hr th gli mnl IU h gva ho.ioive4
StiXA J fl NAMfc aaaaaaael
i r., . . Jai a ggajj
Opyr1got. mi, by Th. Pre. Publishing Co. Ths Nnr York World).
A Married Woman Informs the Girls
IT A wuioVJb'f riACf
TO gg THE MB
or MIS owe
4 Do Not Marry Until You Have Some Property of Your
Own That Brings an Income," Writes "C.H.B."
That h Better Than
Some Man and Beg for
Our Home and Other Real Estate Are in My Hus
band's Name, So That
From My Children if
He Is So Bossy,"
I BY NIKOLA GREELEY-SMITH.
Perhaps the moat remarknule rlrcuuiaLince relating to tins dleoug
islon of the headship of the home I that I have yet to re ctvp a Ittttf
from any woman who make the claim that wive are entitled
i ! ' "
Tnivola qpeelev mitm
tie In the la ss affecting husband and wives, snd pleads for the eatabllah-j
rnent of a community property law here such as exists In many atates of the j
South and West. The moral aho drws from eighteen yoars of the partner
hip of marriage is not parttculnr!y encouraging.
"BUSINESS IS BUSINESS, EVEN j ten ye;irs and elshr months aa a
IN LOVE." 1fi i waa twanty-two years of sat
It la this: I an(' my husband was twenty-aevea I
"Oirta, do sot marry uUl yon
have aoaa property of your own
that bring la aa laoom, bowvr
mail. That 1 better than bavin
te tag soma us aad beg for the
Utile yoa eaa get. Baala 1
bnatn, even la love."
The recognition that "bualnesi I
bu!nrs even In love" Is at the bottom
of the whole Continental view of mar
riage, With its dower and contracia.
Sentimental youth 1 revolted by the
suggestion that conolderations of
money should taint the bridal beauiy
of young love. But the noble young
man who scums t.'.e cash and take
tne dowerione girl may grow- Into the
huaband whusi wife haa to beg Mm lor
money and who places the proper!) 1
accumulated lo their Joint efforts In
hi name alone. I don't know whither i
the injust'co compla'ned of by thli wife I
for eighteen years Is general or not. 1
know of many homes .n w.altli .he (
property is In the wlfe'a name alone. ,
Hut whether "O. H. Vs" situation Is
general or exceptional. It ought not to
Ik- possible. If marriage la a partnei -
ship. U.1 so many n,!n nve urgedi the
profltS as well as the work should be
divided equally between the partners,
and It should nut be in th power of
one legally to defraud the other of her
Just ha.-e. If marriage is not a pa-t-Msahln.
Involving equal duties and
qua! pioflts. then those persons who j
' argue that wives should be pal l sula.-.es
are entirely right. I
The truth abont th marring ;
law 1 that, being exclusively
man-mad, they are th natural '
product of a being who eaa him
self only in hi noblest aad moat
w.. leave every nun relating I the
.division of propei y to th Individual
I hUlband to perform or neglect excp: ,
I In ti-.oe countries whloh recognize' tha'
I Wlfe'l light -n BOmmUBlty uroperty I
nsmll of mc priil.s of the ma-r.a;;e
Iter 1 'he story of s wife who haa'
g.ven !ghtn earn lo llttplng a man:
aecumulat propeiu. which si veil
1 i: uhfnly says could u willed aw
from chlWratii oi bos to wed upon
tha offer- g oi a second wit, should
(ha die b(or nw n .aband. It i fol
lowed b) cheerful llttll rhJSJM ffuai
a more conttntsd woman.
SHE DOESN'T THINK HUSBAND
Heat Madam &AVI spent n-
WUKLU, HATUKUAY, JAJNUAKY 18, ltfiU.
Even in Love,
rnii i n Jj
Having to Tag After
the Little You Get.
He Can Will Away
I Die -That's Why
to more than an equal footing In
family life. On the other hand, nun-
herleg men have urged the necei
ity of th" absolute rulerabtp of tha
huaband. There cannot be two bead,
they gay, and, only one being pos
sible, that, of course, should be the
one that keep the barber shops
busy. Not a solitary single woman
has put forward an argument in
favor of the feminine autocracy de
clared by Mary Oarden to exist tn
every American household. No wom
an, apparently, seeks to be boss. Man,
on the contrary, has cited everything
from Genesis to Chesterton to sup
port his Inherent belief that he
should have dominion over his wife.
In a most unusual communication
which appears to-day a woman who
has been married eighteen years ,
calls attention to present lnequall- i
when we married; I Held a business
position that averaged me l"i Pel"
month, while he at that time was
making 46. We are both college
graduates. I waa taught how to
sew. Cook and attend to housework
all the time I was growing up, llttl
by little I really do not remember
when 1 learned this or that. It
nnw by degrees. Nothing waa abso
lutely required of me. aa my father
wa Very comfortably fixed finan
cially, and We always had one and
often two inald.s In my father's
home. When I marrird it was
against the wishes of my pireuis.
not on a.'count of the young mat.
himself. bUl because his income was
rot sufficient.. But I married bint.
My father-in-law Informed me. th
gay sfl.-r our wedding, thai if my
husband ever amounted to much It
would ba because 1 made him so. I
thought that would be eay. because
I had many goo 1 resolves made unto
myself. Today my huaband a re
ceiving per month salary end
tin over a hundred men under him.
I started In lining all of my house
work, even to the laundry and
cleaning everything, and tnis I kept
up fdr fourteen yean1-. I am the
mother ol four children, two ns
ami two dUghtrBi but one ll dead,
so at present the family Constats of
one son and two daughters. We own
our home and It Is entirely paid
lor, and v have other real estate.
I say "we." but I hardly feel j,jjl-
Ited In ssytni that, as th lltli
stand in my hUSbSnsYl na ne only.
And '.ills ,b where I lb lo speak of
some of Ul wrongs Inflicted o.i tua
w'fe by tiie huaband. It I. a vary
far eaampl of the ai.-i.iaH family.
11) bUSbgUd i.ud I stdrttd '-i in -!fe
you might a. eve.i n Worldly
goods I issd tn nioiiej tu buy th
table linen shins t and set .'f
comm. i i J'.snra. bedding, lowtl, my
own lotblng aim th many odds anj
and thai it .a generally !... i
tha br;d 'o furnish. He .ad lo
look tu the rent inj household fur
nltuie. A: the tune .,f our gsddlng
my parent ggv m tiio and ha
pgronis gsy hliu fM.
I hsva worked bar all these yesrs,
many sight have lost sleep all
night snd tbea have to continue
my work Just the asm the aest
day, aa sal, from tb family lit
what bar It Wot a dollar ot
property Is la my name.
i IV gin iaug.it tbe children
t love .n father Juet a asy lose
ggr 'h gaj r
PrVTWtt W CHm SAtO.APTM Oult WFDONO,
t ey HUSBAND Gviei AMOOAf TD TO MVCN
IT wOULO Of SCCAUSC I MAM MIH SO"
me. and be haa had ss much oppor
tunity to lisve comfort from Ms
family ties as 1 have, nnd lie haa all
the property bealde. Of i ourse h
cannot sell any of It without my sig
nature aa long as 1 live, whlcn
shows that 1 do really have an In
tel est In It, but If I die before b
does, what have I to leave to rtiy
i hadraaf Lav) oil, ys. they wor
ship mother. If li die h csn will
the property pretty much a h sees
fit to d. If 1 die flrst and he should
marry again, vould iny own children
stand a chance of getting much of
what their mother worked so hard
to save and accumulate? There Is
the point protecting the children.
Thla all could ba aet right, If hus
bands and wlvss would alras
put every pleo, of property In both
names, have the deed ahow th
property to be In the name of, for
Instance. John O. Smith and his
wife. Mary II. Smith Then neither
party could squander toe property
without the conaent of the other,
and eaoh one could will the Inter
est he or she has aa be or sh ees
lit to do, and all through life th
couple hav each had something
a-orth wlill to work for. Now
her I am raising three children.
Ty son, sixteen gears of ago.
ay b wtU a aver treat a wife like
dad baa treated as la tb way of
moay aad piopeity. (I aaa sup
posed to ask for whatever I get la
money.) atg two daughters, four
teen aad twelve, at this early time
most positively declare they will
never, never marry.
Should my aon continue aa he
now beliovea. aome futur wife will
proHl by my experience; but how
about the glrla7 And yet (he men
wonder why there are so msny, snd
an ever Increasing number, too, of
unmarried woman. Place a man In
th same situation for a life of suf
fering and hard work and see fiow
msny would hold out ss well a the
women have for counties year.
I wae ery economical for years,
until w aecured a home over our
heads and a little extra, too. Now
I would like to commence to fix up
fnv home with an occasional new
chair, r.rw rUg, perhaps window
hanging, but I find that year by
year It 1j hanlsr to get my hus
bsud Int.,, . .ted In having thlnea
better now that toe children are
getting larger. I find It harder lo
get what la needed for tha cl lldran
than I do for hi wine. Th chil
dren not this, and a a result my
sslvtce lo tiiern alway to love and
honor their fat ler doe not go very
My hnatNtnl has alwsys han a
great "eraon to talk about tha
"boss nf the family" and "the head
of the family," and la growing
mor "boasy" aa he advances In
years. Wlien I .have a few mo
ments' time lor reflection I gener
ally come to this conclusion' (Jirle,
at least remain alngln until ynu
have some properly of your own
that brings ip an InOORI. howeve.
small. Thst I better than hav:ng
to tag some man snd !g for Ihe
llttio you .-an get. BuSlnea la
h ilne. even 'n love. W.iy, be
fore 1 was i rrted I always
thought mat If l'f I had any
proper::' af( lo me. one-half of It
anould at on be ny huaband s
Wiy do you lappoi I have
changed my mind? C. H B
THIY LEAVE THE QUESTION
l-'or iwei.e ha-py yeare ve been mar
ried to Ned.
The quMtlon Of beaslgg never emend
To tne iroa II or a uioi a: li
Tne a antra Of lOVS n gll el t.ei da
Though liett, is right -y Ned .
and aantaalad a iba daai
We si ' s
our hum. ' k th r. .
dn its i !e it's a f
e ii ttion.
oth at . I oss
Tu a i,
o aa tc woo la
ths ttost, ELitAgBTM 9.
MADE A $10,000
SAYS (6,500 WIFE
Court Sends Divorce Suit of
Alexander Schafer's Wife
to a Referee.
WANTS TO GET TRUTH.
Says Affidavits on Hoth Sides
Hint at Reckiess Swearing:
Cecilia ha, r and Ale.endtr H. ba'e .
whom sh la atdng for a divorc roa
Juatlce Urxenbautn In the Bupteme
'uurl, urprtaed the Court by their aft I
daVlta and coiinur charges regarding 1
her request fo, a ,l mm , The Justice
to-day sent lite malter of l.ucluj I,. Gil
bert of No. 4& Cedar street, ss referee.
with the comment: "The effldevlt on
both sides Indicate mat reckless sweat
ing and del. ne ate falsification and sup
pression of the truth."
Mr. Hi hater, who I described oy her !
husband as Ine leading ehlrtwaiet de
eigne; of the trade, and commanding fur
herself a salary Site a week, asserts 1
thst tier husband came a salary of I
11", a Nai, whlcit N altogether due lo
her advtc, BsaMSsal h p aivl work.
Th husband I the secretary and
tteasursr of the Parisian Otstg liin
broldery rompnny In Weot Twenty-1
third street. The wife aaye he . ontrolsi
a majority of the stock. Mr. Scheie, '
aya ahe provided the upii.il which put
Mi Rchafrr In bUadnaM and that ahs
IbM conatatitl)! helped tils bualness ' '
sending buyers and manufacturers lo
bias ami tidltrvg hlin how to deal with
QUIT WORK. BUT HAD TO RE
TURN TO IT, SHE SAYS.
When he oecsine pi m iktoub, ahe
Says, and tnry no longer had to depend
on atf slsry for the support of their damages aanluat the Inter oorougn
home ahe stoppesl work and they moved, Rdpts Tranait I'omiainv from Jury be
to a home in the Hron, where she d -'fore Justice s node- In tne So..: erne
voted hetself to caring for t.ielr lg I OaUtt HiiKSklMi.
year old boy. Rhe says aha has son e In Kebtusry. tHI, Miss Oobbe suasht
Deen obliged In go to win K to npportln
aeraelf and her son.
"Hi prosperity. ' Said Mrs. Schaefer
to gg Kvetilng World repo'lrr to-Uay,
"waa tag ruin of our ...ippi.es Mo
long as I nas the aupport of IBS family
we wero happy. Rut aa anon as he be-
come a IIO.cOO husbind he began to ng-
led us. lie ran after other woman to
apend hla money With. Many of them
acre buyer and model to whom I had
introduced him. On buyer to whom
Introduced him Is named as a Bgs
respondent In my suit.
"After I Introduced him he turned 10
a. .. ..i.i -ivh., . mi
She looks Ilk a model for a Chicago
packing house.' Vet when my dele 'lives
broke Into a hotel room the next day she
ua with him. Hah' No more tlO.omi
huaband for mei Wf ahould hVg d
pc.or -and happy."
Mr. S -liefer In hla atTldaWt Sgyg he Is
ajaoh less able to pa)' nllninny tlian hi
wife Is sole to support herself, lie cills
ner a llo.fKO ivlfe Ijgngllls of her salary
ot S,S0Q a year and her hank account.
rVTrJDING QUEST HURLED
THROUGH AUTO WINDSHIELD
Car Skids on V(nker Avenue and
Crashes Into :i
Itetumirg from t Wedding In I lust
IllgS Oil lllwalljll early to-day a party of
New Vorkei-a was in a had automobile
amash on Voukers avctiue. I'aul INigti,
of KlM.aide Drive an Hue Hundred
snd iviuth sli est, a liuliiler. a as se
verely cut oy Ih Ins thrown sbrOUgtl the
wind hlld, lie whs l iken home, r
fusliut to go to a hospital,
Th other III tha iar were Mr. anil
Mrs. Joseph T. CaiUbSsI anil Miss Ill
ale Ins ton, who live on Washington
llelgiits. Tne cur was driven in Henry
r. Brown of Hasthtajs-nn - Hudson.
While making n turn, the i-ar skidded
and sradhall against a poie. All cscepesj
injury gspt Mr. Pugtl, and they re
mained win nun until another car oukl
he Obtained, and In Ithat the, came to
BRITISH DOCTORS IN LINE.
aiaa opposition m fasaggjgj
l.as and Will Serve.
LONDON i Jan. I. ThS n.imbers of
the British Medical Association io-.lay
deoided by a majority of III against
ote., -n release tin- Brltlah doctora from
the pledge they had given not to serve
under the National Insurance got, which
provides a nmnetsr. sllOPanOS and ine.1
:cal attendsnce lo Ihe working claaaea
The op,jl lon of tf.e gootors to the
scheme of stale insi-nro ,' was n.ia.l on
the amount to lie paid to tn n for hll
fler' e to in.- insu-eu irit wh.c
they declared was too "nail li i m.
pe, .d. hoWVf toa- potlttr has muoh
to do With tiie doo oi rs stsnre -ij..,-gtly
in Ismdon. The nilnorlt; ; lo-lav .
mtlng i" com posed snllielj if i.on
dstl practitioners mid the campaign
aga inst ue set con. nues ,n tne
! rnlroD,i "
"CORPSE" HAD AM APPETITE.
Hroaglll '-Mack lu l ife" by I Brier
laker, lie trie loss Breakfast.
('ORNISH. N. V. Jan. IH. Aa an
undrtahf waa prangping to snvhalm
his body tosdar. Harry llnrhaiu. s
I long time ice, dent of lllv.sin. Ia .
Khook iff Ills shroud, straightened up
in 'i. d an I akeil for hreakfasi Aftr
atlnf Hiig.ieui SSld lie fell bttr
than lie n a I in several days
Hrigheni, who bSI heeu ill
tune, was found dead" b) nig
w . i aft:- two ho i ' sffd ' i
hi. 'it. i m monad sn
T O S
, first sailing a phelea.
BRANDT IS HIDDEN
IN WASHINGTON BY
HIS SENATOR SPONSOR
Pardoned Man Departs for St.
Paul, Minn., After Nelson
Shields Him From Publicity.
WAttHIN'OTON, Jen. lS.-roulk R.
Brandt, pardoned ynatarday by Oor.
Fulser of Now Terk. left here to-day for
l. Paul, Minn. Henator Knot Nelson,
who haa been one of Ms sponsors In hit
long flgbt for freedom, refused to rral
Brandt's ultimate destination.
Although llrandt was enjovlng his
Aret absolute freedom for five years
he kept himself hidden hi to-day
The format valt arrived from Naw
Turk earl) to-day with sfenatur N.
eon The two tei wblSd away from
th etatioa at one and Brandt disap
peared At Henator Neieen'e home Ue
housekeeper denied that tbe s-oavtrt
wa thre Bleaafor Nelson refused to
ay wnr hi protage aa hKioen r
to comment on Hraudt's future plans
'I do net want any publMty about
Brandt now," he declared "l appre
ciate the fact that The Wnrld lie helped
free him, but nevertheless In view of
his new start In life I cannot tell you
where h le nor give eu any Informa
tion concerning him."
GIRL BEATS INTERBORO
N SUIT OVER NICKEL;
GETS $3,000 VERDICT
Marie Dobhs Also Establishes;
Her Identity, .Disputed by
a Minister's Family.
Mile Dobt.B of .No 11 'la-aiMi place,
Urooklyn. got a velsiiel to-dsv for t-XOi
ticket at an "I." atatln i. Mh re-
celvnd a nickel change, and the nickel
fell Into th Copper with Sh tl.-ket.
Hh sakesl for the return nf the money
. and tie ticket agent eald the best he
I COUM do wae to give her a latter to the
t .ompaiiv. She suggested tlut ll return
, the nickel hhnrelf and that he uo the
vrlUng to the company,
j Ticket Agent Itnrlght slipped out a
gMtl change lo another paxsnger. The
raUM woman tliouglil It was for hti
! Hlie took It and passed through tile gste.
I but Knr lit rsn after her nnd had hsr
"r, . J .TJi . "J V
",rt ,or iSllllia, ami there Ihe
ne was dismissed. Then ahe brought
Ull against the company for false ar
rest and malicious persecution.
Miss Initios wu left an orphan at the
age of four. She was sent to st Paul'a
i 'on vent, where she retnslned until sh
was sixteen, when she went Into the
world to work as a stenographer. The
railroad aouitht to discredit her test,
muny In thla regard, and had Rev.
QSOrgS W. Mitchell, an Kplacopallan
minister, hla wife, and Mrs Sarah K.
Covin In court o testify that ahe had
gone to Ihe Mlf iclla when she was
three yearn old.
All three were satisfied In their own
minds tint she was "Naomi Mil, hell,"
and during a recess of 'he codrt UtSl
questioned Miss Itoftlis.
They had hit lernove her gloves
hat. nay examined her hands and hr
hair, and were more convinced than
Hurt I.. 111. 'i. attorney for Mlsa Do ,.,
look lila client to the convent. There
the sister affe tlonalely greeted the
girl aa "Marie." Mc returned to court
and told Ihe good peuple of their m. fl
uke They said that Ihe likeness was
marvellous, but they did not take the
Itand m the face of Mr. Ilicli's proof
And so the verdk t wss rendered.
Killed I aider I alllna Marble.
A han, thirty vears old, and whose
nnme was orfly known as Martin waa
killed while at work st the foot at Aleg-and.-r
avenue to-day. Martin wa load
Ing a truck with marble Blabs, with
Frank Bonn, twenty-one years old,
w neii two slab fl il from the truck and
caug it Martin, killing flint Instantly
and injuring Bohg'l rlg'it onkle.
Twenty real good one!'
The good ue of pure tobacco--'
And the harmony of a rtal Htn4--That's
why you like
Fatima, Turkish-blend Cigarettes
Dtstin(tivh Individual ' '
OF YOUTH AND AGE
QUITS THE TRACK
Young Mrs. Levey Asks Court
to Annul Marriage of a
BLAMFS HER UNCLE NED.
Sued tor Separation First, but
Now Brings a New
Action . '
Tb roman's of etde-Iy Crne at.
levVSy and hi girl arid at less than l
year, wi.i h ha Men lumping tbe ilea
a'n la'. March. Is about gf g est tare-
iracae of do.naatlclly tltogetber.
bevev through a suit filed tn-d tn t
sopre ce Court, haa aakasl far aa aaat
ment by way of uttering hurry call I
tbe wreaking car.
Mra Levey waa Just twsnty-twa y
old when she sre married la Mr. Lear,
who is sixty-two Til brig wa War
rena Dodge, ghe Is baautttal aad aa
mated, a slender orunette gb mat Mr.
i.evrv. woo was a retired
tatloaer and a former Deputy
foiamlsatoner. through her uaeet. I
ward It Dudg. a lawyer. With Ua
Nd, af'er what Mr Lever d
aa a frantically warm courtship. Mr.
Levey took Mis Dodge to HebokM aa
Kb. M uf last yar aad wa married s
her by a Justice of the psao.
Th arr. t of Alra. Levey en tne nam
plain: of her t'nele Ned waa to Srs
Ititlinatlun of trouble. This waa lasa
'"'n,h "dd,"- "S"
Nesl at.l that Warrana quarrelled WlSh
her husband, carried a revolver and
most BfMkad of all broke Into his room
on hi lirldal night the bad lust mart lad
Mr Lev) a former housekeeper) aad.
j to quote blin, rateed Cain."
aJaalairal M.yuaid put liar under tlol
bond to keep the peace for els month
Mr LVy, ah eald, loed th door ea
liar, under thu influence of ITnol NeS).
i had turned againat iter.
Two muntlia later Mra Levey
f..r a separation. Now ah la suing tu
have the majV.ag wiped off the reeord.
dhe assart. In t. us? port of her gatldaS),
that Mv. I.erey's premarital ardor
with th wedding ceremony. He
her no .iffotln. He mad excuses far
hi Indifference. uch aa that her ua of
ordinary stamettes disgusted htm. tag
Mr Lavay waa dharoad els year aga
from Mr. Tronson. who waa ad
judged insane In Nw Jer)- when
iter tearoom In Urang wae burned aad
she was found in ths vard in her algett
dree moaning a queer story of
KIN AGAINST LUCKENBILL
Brutber Oae at Wllweas eaa
Te llsaeey Wife Oeiialass Oleeree.
IKliertsI tn Tb Sts1t-1 World.)
HKMPflTKAD. Jan. ll.-Kleanor Alts
Hpuoner I.uckenbtlt. member of ens f
thu oldest and beat known families of
Long Island, obtained a divorce to-day
In the Nassau CoiAsty Supreme Court
from William Lucksnblll of AlUntsssra.
Mrs LuakentMll Is the soprano sol east
' of St tleorge's Rplscopai Church, af
I srhlch August Belmont Is th senior
Mrs. Luckenblll said ah was married
I "" Nov' ' ' H'"1 on Au'
t.ucKenDlll ten ner siuiuui vsuss nsi
ley Luckenblll, a brother of the defend
ent. teatllled that In January, lMt h
went with hla brother to the Whwtaar
Hotel, Manhattan, and saw hrm regl
later With a Woman, Henry E. Cam
well Jr. aald ha had seen Mr. LuohwrhPI
drinking with a woman he knew
aa "Charlott" In ths Windsor
and later they entered an apartment.
Mr. Luckenblll Is well known la
ton and Allenlown. Pa
(ulaeablaa Hall I. a. si I alone.
Himjota, Colombia, Jan. II. Jasaas
T. Duhols, 1 nlled States Minister le
Colombia, returned here yeetarday
from Waahlngton and waa greeted
with a hearty reception. The Coleea
id.ii press unsiilmoualy elalma aaat
the Imltcatlnna point to a friendly aet
tlement of the dlapute In regard aa