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THE EVENING WORLD, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 29, 1918.
TO NO. 2 HUSBAND S
R OF DUPUCITYl
George1 H, Taylor Had Two
Homos and Two Wives tor a
Year, Secund Spouse Alleges.
13 BETRAYED BY HAIR,
Wife No. l Discovers It on His
C(Mt, Finds No. 2 and Dis
c!oes Deception to Her.
T 1. 1 i.ert Taylor, who ha j;iet ,ated
l.'a sl:.th I'lrtlil.i;, wen't know for arte
thouaxj of eouree ha '. hardly old '
enoisfll io ;,..;.. :."U . 'iiiuuma- jut
fthBl lita status i In society n.;.! tfttl
Hm rediom macbtaery ur the laiv has
I round a whllt for Ma lif-neflt. Alt'
''Marble'' knows or earrs u that aa la a
oii.i. little boy tt .io wvm to ran end
iumUi about utt.i iviumi the rear cn.i
' i " jsoiu an Just benliinlng to !-ohl
v ' i lolber ... na Mats Ru?s
nttr. 'i night:- o; ii wealthy eon-.
' N" ITS Baal ttlghtlath street. ,
thai .a present Herbert's right i
I n;i-itt fathers' aatatai and svsa
'i h'a lil. 'Nan', name, nil! remain'
. 'j!,..i.ii ii-n i jin" im-.f .luatlve of !
Sttpremt Court liaa take,, t.iu younx-'
'' 'c i ndr.- acrloua advisement an. I
a a .-ender, I s Indicia I deeret M to j
w aether llcrbtrt Tai lor Herbert Tay- !
Ion lorn! ji ot .S..rgc Henry Taylor.
AuoerdiiiaJr lira, Taylor toe:, he son's .
to th tta Couri t. -.!.! aM
'ha waaeia af hi ties too lhair met
iura on tlerbert'i aooownt,
iI''iort' fatnrr : atorgt llanry i
iaior, an engineer. it;, ,,m, , ...
i lorJ & Tartar llulldln. .. nak
avenue anj TMrtjrMnth e-.roet. The!
"fllco Still heart his name M the door, '
though Mr. Tartar la absent ana :
tlkaljr to continue so. lie la tlio dot-I
ctadaat "t an eld BagUsh family, and'
me iw mi. ountry nrteen years .it
to prnc; P . .,...,; Along r.lth
he ordinary .... lal talent nusuesrd by
tha average englishman o.' miiy, Mr,
Taylor wai .... ocoomptlahad amateur
WED AFTER FALLING IN LOVE
AT "THIRD SIGHT."
In hla capacity ot anflnaar, Taylsr
net Mr. Wagner. The contractor took
the tonng Bngtlihman to hi home, and
tberd h Brat met Mies nose. On both
..lea It Wat a case of lore at aho.it
ilrd llelit. Til parent! offered no ob
actions, a., O ' Dec. ;i. !W5, M!; Wiut-
er baOatnt Mr. Taylor. Ihrottft tha
. ood mtaittrntloni ;' Paator Mohotn'ald
of the Lutheran i-hureh at Eighty-
ightli atraal an.l Levtngtoii avenue.
Tor a ve.ir no home could haTe been
r.ore .deal.; :. ..-p;.y t an theirs, ljvery
tlilng went smoothly until Herbert
ame. on lie.-. 'JO, MOt, but almoet with
otm oanie the wre-l; of Mra. Taylor's
On thr .lay folloartng Hafbaft'g birth
iromati eallad to see Mrj. Taylor
after the proud Ruahand and father hn.l
Kone to big offloa Acoprdlni: to t ie
ale unfrti.i,) hy Mra. Taylor la the s.i
t,ieme,i ouit to-day. lvhen that wo.nan
left the apartment the young wife and
-notlier prottratad, For the strange
v"man had told her an aotoundlng story
of Tavlor'H alleged duplicity; of a
t'.euble life she charged he had bcjn
.eadlng bines the day of the wedding, n
v ear before, tthe learned, too. that her
own right to call Mm husband sw aa
liOUaly In .inettion, and, worst of all,
'ha baby lioy COUld not claim .o he his
father s hgal son and heir.
"Is tJe'TKe Henry Taylor your h"s-
ssasa me sirens woman wnen
bd seated Renal t by the bedside
of tha young mothor,
"Why, yrs." Mre. Taylor replied.
"I'm aorry to hurt you," the woman
ontlnuod. "hut you had batter know
now than later. Qeorgo Henry Taj -'or
la my husband. He haa baan my
luaband for til years I waa M'fs Roao
i.'Nelll be fart Jan. II, IfW. when he
ook m be for Pastor Hlerr. In the
ljthi'raii Church and we were mi -l"J.
DECEIVED BOTH WOMEN BY THE
"We have been living together aver
Hlnee. That is to My, we have boon
together whenever his bitalncaa could
apara litan for I a fool enough to be-
Pimples ami disfiguring ikln affections
arc uol to lie cuduic.l one day longer
than L'uc chooses to endure them.
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What Is the Ideal Age
Don't Be in a Rush, Warns an Unhappy One
MOTHA DAUGMTCR faVTM " OtJ HARftV
.B,. VOUNO VOU HAVE Ytu NCgpNT waffT U .
M Bk A CMAAlCt TO 15 0. U 00 'U a BW MAOJAY LATg TOO
rnW loutn ana strengtn," nme "A. l,., i i , a i
yr j Who Married Young. j YW J J
ilove It waa l,;il!,es tluit kept htm
gamy from ma. We have a home neir
Stamford, Cmn. Ho h:.s been tellliK-
ma thnt new work kept lilm In New
York ! daya in tha w.-olt for the lint
yaar, but ha ha sp,.nt hie mteyg
with nid and"
"Vaa, cs." cried Mrs. Taylor the
second, "and on thoso Sundays, he told
me his, work tuok lilm out of town."
"A few d:i: u." Mre. Roao O'Neill
Taylor went '! grew suoplcioua. A
liatr on hie OOal collar und some letters
1 found in his P'.ckflte msdn me ao. 1
Inveetlgated. couiLis to New York for
t'.ie flrat time In months. And then 1
learned the truth. He can never cotne
back to ma now."
"Nor to me!" exclaimed the woman
on the at ok bad.
When the engineer returned to hli
.-econd home that night he ITM not
allowed to tot the mother of the balbj.
Sha aant down word she was too 111 to
aee blm, and she was. The next day mi
automobile carried Mra. Taylor and He -Sort
to tha homa of Mra. Taylor's par
ents. A note Informed Taylor tha trutti
For Ova yeara Mra. Taylor waa ao
busy rearing Herbert that aha cava little
head to the legal aide of hla oaae. Than,
a year aero, the father chanced to aee
his aon for the flrat time since the boy
wai born. He took a 'ancy to the little
fat tsw that look. J so like him. And he
bafflfl the mother to let him take the
oy out once In a while. Mrs. Taylor
could not find It In her heart to re
fuae. and thereafter the father waa a
frequent caller on the aon, taklatj the
lad to the "movies," and otherwise
amusing him. At the aame time, Taylor
began to contribute liberally to Ma
A month ago Taylor uggetafl It
would bt a linn thins If he took the boy
for a trip to Bntltlrl If Mrs. Taylor
.'used, she feared the father might
Kidnap the eon. Then Herbert's legal
predicament oooured to aer, and she
dtr,rn,inwi to appeal to the courta
Through her attorney, Pamuel Brand
I of No. 44 Cedar street, she filed suit for
an annullment of har marriage to-day.
I in addition to her plea that her marrl
I age be declared null and void, alio be
1 nought tha court to decree that Herbert
la the legitimate son of hta father, with
: the right to inherit hta father'a or hla
motber'a saute, quite as If the father
' had been legally hei husband when the
hoy was horn. Furthermore, aha asks
that she he given the sole custody of
, the child, and that Taylor be ordered to
1 The papers !n the suit were served up-
on Taylor In his offices day before
yeeterday. He toov one look et them,
; then peaked up. Informed the supenn
! tandent of tbo buttdlnff that he would
i not return, and eallad on the nest
! steamship for England.
Mrs. Rose O'Neill Taylor dlvldea bar
, time between the borne In Connecticut
and the home of her mother, Mra. J. 9.
fotten. In Weat Flfty-alxth street. Man
hattan. Mr. Hose Wagner Taylor and
Herbert are spending the inter at
HAVE TO BEAT SENSELESS
A BURGLAR WHO BITES.
Ex-Convict Who Whips Two Sinks
Teeth Into Policeman's Arm
and Won't Let Go,
William Esche waa awakened at 1
o'clock thla morning at hla horns, No.
, M3 West Twenty-third street, by n
1 burglar. He closed In and was being
badlv beaten when Hi st n Den'oe. ivhn
lives In the house, went t& hie a.d. The I
' burglar whipped them both and ran to I
j th'e street, where he was caught by Pa- '
trolman Nathanaon of the West Thlr
I tleth street st salon. It roqulred the
combined strength ot fhe three to over- .
On the way to the station the prisoner
suddenly faatened his teeth In Nathan
son's right anm. Two other patrolmen
Wit ,nJ 'he man waa beaten almost
InsenslDle before be would re. ax Ml
In the station the man tried to che v
up a plere of paper v. Moh -.hoe ed that
' o i t i Itcotl wat paroled from fng Miig
recently. He ad.n tu-d i-e wan Boott.
He arat ijeked us charged .'.th bur.
CWi0i. m$, m The FW lUisiaisBj Oo. tTTa St Iort Tjrtd.
in Life, Urges a Happy
J "la You Have to Face the Mmic of Life Some Time, I V;, v
I I You Might as Well Do So While You Have ! ; ;M:M
"The Ideal Age for Marriage When a Girl Has
Seen Something of Men and the World, and
That Means Not Younger Than Twenty
five," Saya "O. W. L."
BY NIXOLA GREELEY-SMITH
In the ruh of men of all agoa
professor's selection of twenty-Ova aa the Ideal age for a husband, the
young women have been a little bit neglected. To-day young wives present
"the Ideal age for a girl to marry Is from eighteen to tweuty-onu." speaks
with Ml the authority and confidence of personal auccesa, early mar
rlage is not always the heat training
whose mind is out of school Is more
Unless we aooept tha theory held
by some persons that la tha long
ma It makes Uttls dlffsrsaoe whom
eas marrlss, every yomng girl
ahould have tha opportunity of
judging and comparing as many
man aa possible before she makes
a anal obotoa from among them
alL Maybe the res alt wUl not ba
e aanged by greater stagy aad ex
pertises, bnt she will have the aat
tsfaottoa of knowing ghat she haa
okossa the boat, or, at any rata, tha
It often happen a that tha flrat hat
or tha first suit or the first material
shown Is the one moat admired and
ultimately sent home, but few women
are eatlslled unlesn they have looked
at everything else likely to plesse them
before making a definite choice.
HOW A WOMAN BUV8 A HAT
A vary good milliner who has made
you one hat generally knows your type
well enough to trot back to tba work
room and bring out something at the
very first guess , which exactly suite
your face and style. But haunted by
fear that hack In that unaeen vortex
of millinery there may he even greater
miracles of beauty and becomlngnosa,
you send her back again and again
until you are quite sure that your real
affinity rests upon your hsad.
And so It ahould be when fate brlnga
out her line of posalble husbands to
show you. If you are a widow, of
courae she knows whether your former
purchaas waa a permanent satlafaetlon
or proved ultimately dlaappolntlng,
but if ahe la showing vou her goods for
the first time you are very foolish In
deed to take the first thing that she
brlnjn forth with
a true salesman'
or chsractcr lines on a mature face are
disfiguring. It is the hard lines that
VELOGEN gently massated into the "Beauty's Guardian"
face twice daily, isjteni the lutes, and lenrit a gentle, pleating dignity t.
the face long after the passing o youth-beauty.
One apphratien makes an impresemen t
a wask's ayalaniatic use a 'taialernislioi.
BITT1K THAN COLD CREAM -USED THE SAME WAi
At your Druggist's.
to agree or disagree with the Boston ;
widely differing views of the Ideal
Me at which to become a bride. It
la Interesting to note from these com
munications that, though one of theae
young women married at sixteen and
the other at seventeen, they have
opposite views as to the advisability
of early marriages. The happy wire
attributes the success of her matri
monial venture to the fact that she
married "when the mind la easily
trained," while the wife who feelaj
that her marriage was a mistake
warns young women "not to wed be
fore reaching twenty-flve" aa "a girl
who marries befora aha has aeen
more than a dozen men will surely
be sorry- she ahould postpone mar
riage till she haa seen something or
the world and of men."
While the wife who urges that ;
school for the mind, and the woman
apt to be a successful wife.
emlle, and an ecstatic exclamation that
never, never In the world was uny one
oo well aultad befora She may be
right often she e but "'It's no trouble
to show jjoods" end no wise OMtOflMf
wants to take the first thing offered
until she la assured It la the best thing.
These remarks apply equally of comae
to the choice of men and women.
It la area mora f ootlah for a vary
yooag ansa to marry the arat girl
that fata brings out of bar work
room. For la ad dittos to Jsopardlt
tag hla personal happinaaa ha aa
aomes tha Ufa obligation of sup
port. Ba may take the article back
to the workshop, bnt be cannot
under any possible clrenmstaacea
gat hla moaay bach.
Women are mora fortunato In this
respect. Early marrlaite ma. bring
them to bankruptcy of the heart, bu:
It la haunted l.y no hovering speotra
of perpetual alimony.
IT IB WELL FOR A WOMAN TO
Now the woman who marries at
twenty-five or even a year or no earlier
'haa had a nhanee to lenrn and to com
pare men. She la not so spt to be taken
with a showy and cheap nrtlc'e. For
the choice of extreme youth Is too apt
to fall upon those Individuals who are
llks the cinnamon tree rn that the,- hark
la dearer than what la inside of It,
whose entire value, In fact, is or the
surface, their Inner endowments being
small and worthlesa. But let the rival
advocatea of earW and late rnarrlager
I apeak for themaolves. Here are their
GET MARRIED VOUNG ANC MAKE
BEST OF IT.
To my mlod
in collapsible tut,,
rati . wu
of a Series.
-vuarr Tm, YofftG it awo navie
5wtASOMeTeiisj6 OP MCM--0 Vb.L.
beet aire for a woman to get mar
ried is from eighteen to tweaity-one.
Th. Ettlnd can bo morn eaedly trained
wli.m (c.ith-. and aa you liavo to
face the intieic o' life stuns time,
you might aa we do so whlls jou
have youth and sticnfTth.
Your liainiiiicft Will dorend on
your liusuand. My husband was ten
years older tlt&n 1, and hotter edu
cated also. For Ills: aake I tried
hard and advancrl In mualr, deep
reading and rhemletry. We ware
married on love, nerve and VM a
week. I was aixteen, young and
giddy, and can honeetly say that
what I am and what I know to-day
I owe to my husband. The first
jeiir of married life was hard,
everything seemed to go wrong; but
under the guidance of a good man
you will come through, Wvery one
thought I would be a failure, a reg
ular case of "poor John""
I never attended a. ay bulla and
partus and never sighed for an'.
vYhal the heart do -s not know ex
ists It will never wish for. Olrla
who wait till twenty-flve or thirty
have a cl.sji ;e to go around and aee
too much of life and sxpeot
too much of one man. What you
Irani from aoolety wtl' never help
)'OU In married Ufa When you have
Jour family when yours you al
ways look young and feel young
Wh.-n mnrrle! young you also
a.i.ii.1 a Kooa ananas to aee
famllj grow up. Tiiat la
Th.- man ahould be at least twen-
ty-rtve. Alen are Idoa! then; have
to.alns snoutrh for a man, yet are
soft enough to manage. At thirty
or thlrt y.flva they ar aelf-entred,
.md might make very good hus
bands. fiL'T hate lived on life'a
spray diet loo lone to g.-t down to
Hat plain fare of married life.
At twenly-iivo or thirty a couple
will figure out too much what they
can afford children, furniture, Ac.
Half the joy of life la w.thout flg.
urlng. We have had five children
and we never atopj.ed to figure could
we afford them. Hau I waited till
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Don't rl.k Oeafneee! Oet a Me or Ms."
tub nl Koudoa'o. the orlglaal and gesMae
c.i-'.s.i i v. t. m Ii Jr.aMl hnesewlae
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10 DEATH IN WATER
Swimmer, Loses Finger in
At lean fort; :ren g ..eneral Va-
, atone to-day stood raady to batter Pa
KOHOtUItVi Jan. . -In a battle with quale Pollartt after they had heard
a gUnt -1 ten feat underwater "DJka"'0arry Society agenta tell Judge Ro
Kahananwku. world'e champion abort Mdjft. huw the prttoner had brutally
U1.a..er dimmer, nail a narrow '-pe
from death. He killed the eel and In
doing to lost the Index finger from hta
right hand. Ha !e BjejtM left blood
poiaonlng aeta In.
Kahanamoku, k.ioin aa tha "Duke of
Watklkl," a roeort r.ear Honolulu, hat
been practising for the Australian
champ! .nal.lpa, an! situ companions j
was going through I. la dally aver las.
Hla frlenda wsio paddling about and I
d'd not notice hla d'sapptarance until
cr es from the shore aroused uiein.
They soon were diving In desperate at
forta to locate the champion.
After the "Duke" had been under fully
two minutes hta companions noticed
furloua ch irnlng of the water fifty i
yards from them. Suddenly one of the
swimmer's legs shit up from below, and
MM Mailt 1 about in the air. Indicating
the' he was struggling to release him
.!'". I V ifter one final alok vs
grafted b -neat h the surface agaf.n.
Just at the swimmers reached film i
Kahanamoha came to the surface.
gasp, .. fur braa'.h nnd sank again. Hta
friends dived, broufht him up and
dashed for the shore, where ho waa re
vived. One of Ihi party got t!o body af
the cel. Mb Ith the "Duke" had nhotood
to death. It waa tiie largeat ever asset
In theae waters.
"Duke" nahanatnoha hat been known '
abrOamhOUt the United States aa a I
swimmer for three years, and leaped
into International fame laat summer at -the
Olympic gnmaa in fltookholm. when j
he wdV. the 100-metre ewlramthg match.
He la in his early twenties, and got bis
experience as a "boaeh rHer" In the 1
Hawaiian islands. After the Olymplj
ramea ha participated In the Hamburg ,
raeea and there established the world's
record of 1 minute 1 1-5 seconds for the
lOTMnetre distance. Recently various
athlstlc associations voted to have him
represent them at the coming Austra
lian swimming ra-ea.
.itrtr. JlamtUes. leasts. Jarlssiitie.
Pxeter OVUj. .stu
Coaaw. nm Jess.
now I might have had soma Mortons
good times, known a lot of fsjtowe,
postponed my troubles, soon Ufa's
empty bubble, but I ahould have
known no real happiness After
eight years I can aay I have one
good man, four alee children, a
nsat. cosy horns free from debt and
a FUW dollars put away. My hus
band earns fhl to-day, ao marriage
neve, hurt him. I have lets ot work,
but lots of happinaaa alao. Oot mar
ried young, but remember your mar
riage vows "thl death do yasa part",
stick to each other and look on the
eunny side of the ell wet. A. L.
OIBL8. DON'T MAURY BEFORE
YOU MEET THE RIOHT MAN.
Dear Madam: Tba Ideal age for
marriage Is when a girl haa seen
something of mau and the world,
and tlvat means not . ounger than
t .venty-clve. One does not meet
many men or aee much of the world
under that age, and a rM who mar
ries before she bss seen mors than
a doson men, young or old, will be
sorry. I married, at the ags of
seventeen, a man two years older
than myself. 1 had hardly over left
my blrthplaoa and I waa young and
foollsb. Now, after a few years of
married life. 1 find what a trrletaho
1 have made. I am married to a
man 1 can't love, and I have the
disturbing knowledge that had I
only waited I would have met the
man. Xrls, don't marry so young.
I know It seems alluring before you
are In It, but unless you havs mot
the man you will often regret year
haste. O. W. U
have a bad taste in the mouth, coated
sum siem that vnur stomarh liv- .l
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Judge Rosatsky, Sorry There
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Prisoner to Penitentiary.
. Vea.r.ld Infar
Ona Hundred ar.d Hlxth street
women were In teat s.
Plllarti had pleaded guilty to beating
the child with a heavy atrap beeauae It
esied nnd atlasyaf Mm, An examina
tion by Dr. Oibbs. a Oerry Society's
physician, dlarl..el thirty-nine bruleee.
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Ml A , ' . . h. I hi.
mta.Av.,i sr. issb a-
:tn Twr.l Ai.n.io
ali yiiit.,11 Hn
tt I ,jih Atseilr.
.OS I. 111, .!,
est Stli At . ear. Illhl
Thlrty-even of them were aaada fer a
l.u-kle on the atrap. There worn Mew
.he marks of a bite upon tha cheek at
tiie rhll ' Theae, the mother aaM. were
caused by :ha defendant.
It waa aald In Pollartt'a defease that
he only beat the child and. Incidentally
Its mother, when he waa iateatcated.
The woman told Judge Roaaleby that
Pollartt was seldom sober. Dr. OlbOa
and Aeelstar.t Superintendent Moore of
I the Oerry Society declared that all the
I tnjurlee to the child had been InfllotaJ
i in r, day. j.ijg- iioaawbr wttmni
uiw in ice, urine ,a . h.iu-uiwi .
"If tlie whlppnlg-poet law were naw
in logue." lie raJd. "t do not think
I there la a man In thle court-room who
I would not volunteer to administer the
i laaMng that you deaerve. If that farm
of punlinment existed to-day averjody
ould rejoice In liittertag you as yon
battered this dff..eoe babe.
A eentenc of one yoar'a Imprison
ment in the Penitentiary and a fine of
tin was impoaed on Poltartl. If ha Is
unable to pay the flne tha ehtM-toraasr
will bt ..bilged to remain la the petrt-
I trnttarv ne dav for each dollar or tna
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