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1 5 COCKTAILS A DAY
The Butler In Banker's House
Swears He Served Drinks
Constantly by Stealth.
RESTRAINT ONCE USED.
Threat to Sue for Divorce
Made Irrationally, Alien
affidavits filed with furm
Jastloe HnditjU by Janlea Oun-
hana Bishop, millionaire pertfisr m
th ksaki Doom of Redmond Co..
la aewr to Ma wtf' ault for a dj.
MM end alimony approslmatlng ICO.1
peer, war mad Mblla to-huy. r.
taadkag the Una of th beaker's dfn.
a ate affidavit three neurologists, a
. a butler foi merly m-
by th Bishop tall of larg
of aleohel ooneimed try Mr.
th form of whloker, ry
as mk, and oooktaals.
Da. X wamear Hunt, aaooolate prc
kaser mi nrvou dlsssass In tha Col
la eg Phretslaas and Surgeons, ewure
kl Ma aflMarlt that Mm. BUbep'a oon
Catlea waa anoh la April. 110, that it
waa found neeary to have four
trekked nor la charge of har and t
hst her looked la har apartment.
aetetaar amdavrt waa that of Dr.
Paarn Bailor, a enoultjng physician for
tks Manhattan Stan Hoapttal tor th
Sanaa and attending pbvetotan of th
Kamloalual TnatituU. who. with Dr.
Chart Lk Dana, waa oallad '.a to con
citation on Mr. Bishop's case. oeord
tac o th affidavit, on May tl. 1110
"la view of Mm Bishop' soltmnt, i
anger and rlolono," h ewer, "and In I
vw of hr charge of cruelty and tn
ftdeltty against hor husband, for non
at which charges could I find reaeonebl ,
boat 1n fact. Dr. rtn and 1. on Dec.
a), IM, signed Hi rr.d!cJ certificate
for a epeclal commitment to At vtn
oaat'a nmreat. at Harrison. N. T, This
Institution Iim a npe-iiai shSTtSf for tha
iaptnn of women who mind have
become iiibliin?ed ilirouglri Inebriety.
Dr. Dana atd In hi afflduvlt ho had
toon Informed that Mr. Blahop drank
twelve bottle of br a day, be i
gin and oooktall.
Dr. Dana aim wor tha In hi nres
enoe Mr Bishop had spoken hltterly
f a "certain lady to whom h re
ferred a a bleokmeller" Farther on
a Ma affidavit h eatd air. Blahop
had told him har husband waa trying
to gat har to U hr atook in a water
aompaay to ft her "mor In hi
power," and that Mt Morrow, th
trained ntir who went to lOgypt with
har la not. had "entered into an agree-
wlth Mr. Blahop to look for sign
nental dtaordar whll wavelllng
Udfth Morrla. the nura. deaorlbad M
kar affidavit allad halluolnatlona of
wMan Mr. Blahop waa Hi a rlaBm. She
aaw Imaginary people In Mi ronm, o
rdtng to the aura, and would bt
aa h wall with eho or wMle ealU
hag a thm.
Jam P. Munro, th butter, told to Ma
affldarlt of servliig drinks soeretlr o
Mrs. Rlahop, sometime sdvanolng th
for bottled gooda from Ma own
"Mor to th Urn th four
wr ensjagad. b swor. ah had
drinking aa mnoh as a bottle of
wMatuy a day.
'Viotn ttaia to tha n would grr
as erdera to ssnd drinks op to hr,"
k aopnaad. "and would ay "flv that
tlaklg la thr.' or for m to as that
the oapoard was all rlgtht, or oemathlng
Ilk that, and I would ng up a glaa
ef krhlak)' to he. Ah always told m
aet Co lt any en that I was
brtagtna whlaky to hap,
arreeN oooktailb a day,
J left Mr. Blohot) In th fall mt 111.
I earn back again nnertly hafor her
daaghtw want ta Burop, In April,
nil. 8h was drinking a great deal
at hat Mm and daring tha summer,
he did not drink aa ataoh whiskey
rha, hot draak Martial oaoktatl.
Soanetlm sh would drink as many Ma
faartaea r fifteen oo ok tall a day. I
ugas 4 the, for he. Sh would tall
to eat thm hshlad tka eern or be
tween the hatraoka or oan plaoa whr
ksr aopi would not natloe It. r ta
put tkn m Ui bathroom.
Than ah returned to Mow Terk ah
eaflaBd to drink, hut drank than prlo
atpally ry wklakey, I rmmbr, lu
AawB, mt. whan Mr. Blahop oraokaii
to pea! as Mr. Bishop' room. I had
served t Mrs. Ulshea a gr 4al (
spa wiUky on that day."
J. f . H. MEYER DEAf.
waor mmm rlarel
Uw 4-iwtvw Her.
d. W. H. Myr, a manSbe of the firm
et ICunoardt AOa gamaral agent of
tha Hamburg-vAfnartoan I Jim from 117
Id ilM). i fi to .iv at .i!e bofng a Ho
bakda Afr. Ifay( .a ben "t asTSaaSa,
UerraaJtr. In HIT, II hSSITIS astllSntSi
M'd'h tlie K'trihurdt t!o, In 1W Tn
loV Mr. fl r ,.;nv hS 'tret 'Jl.mr lif
thf H'i v-AniaHoatl line .-nter thi
port, snd Walter arot ''naviaRJsfsnssi
of Rjirlj Sts4ushli Imy." He radrsd
In js.., ,.n account "if ..I lialtk. lie .a
ssirvivsd ky two daughter aad fow
eon, on af wknni, kfr. ) vJeTr t
vt- director of "he HnjiaVaas-Ajnarleaa
Line In KfW Tork
Red Cross f Court. Drop
akin Mt.tr toe threat, a. p be. Ai
WAS WIFE'S HAB
"When Your Girl Is Willing Is the Time
and the Salary Part
"At Twenty-five a Man'.
Ideal Centre on Love
in Marriage, at Thirty
He No Longer Think of
Love in Marriage, but
of Love AND Marriage
in Hi Opinion Differ
ent Thing," Write a
7 Should Say in New
York $20 a Week Iff
About the Least on
Which a Couple Can
Keep the Body and
Soul of Love Together,"
BY NIXOLA GREELEY -SMITH.
T twmty-flv a rnau'a Idea, la
thirty ho no lonnr think
mnrr1ar. In hi opinion
theatre once In awhllo and gave an occasional dinner to our friends which
she cooked herself. The. problem of marrtagn in New York is complicated
by tha fact that the average girl who worked for a living or helped her
mother with the hotiHework before she was married wants to hire eome
one to cook and sweep for her afterward. She looks upon marriage aa a
retirement from irul oroupatloni,
not a flld for batter work anil iratr
efflclenay. Th greatest of U iervant
problem I that of th wlfa of th
I2f or Sm e vti.li man who feela that
he la abov doing rei- own, hoiuork.
Th ramark ar fr.unlnd mor upon
my wlfa'e obaarvatlon of hr frianda
than upon original research by m:
hut I Indorse rry word ah ay on
th -rbjot. Th Ml ag to marry
la whan you have found th Idaal slrl,
and ah 1 willing to tak you and
marrlag la potalhle whenevr h n.n
OMETHINO fOR THE MODERN
OIRL TO EXPLAIN.
Th remark by a iniuiuuiine rarler
aontaln an aroi.aatlon agalnat the uin.larn
girl which than t oin , v,(letic. to
Thr ar a great many poe maa
la Maw work who households
oeaat la two woman, on to do tha
work, tk eooklng and olaaning,
aad ska other to gossip with ths
aast door neighbor a aooompaay
hs to bargain aals. Aad of th
th former at gia a month 1 by
far th more asfm mmbr f
I have often trlert to nnleretand the
state of mind of the wife grho rndr
a nulvlnt for trie enjirxv' and pr
lection given Her by hr AUShand aioent ,
in rrt iniaugim onin of itriVtloii. 1
1-av trtd to aualyau har faallndV for the
men wh'i buy liar porterhouxc stsak and
har tailor-made eulta. And 1 have net
B It nndrstoed that the womaa who
bears a ehlld and give hr time and
thought and effort to bringing it up to
decent eltlsnhtp Is fully a irlf-irupport-Ing
a any man that ever lived But
thna wlvee who don't huve ch.ldren and
who employ oihar woman to uare fur
GET THE BEST FOR YOUR
SUNDAY NEWSPAPER MONEY.
Hero are aaatg of th big npnolala to
go forth with ooioaa of neit Hun la; a
Coupon good at any World ufTVe for
an old war-Ume pi ture of I.lnaoln :uij
Anolhar t wanty-fur-iag Magaztue--slsteen
tfi In colois !ror,.d ''llh
lllustratad artlala of ztraordlnnry hi.
W ord i and music of "ffympaMiy," ng
Mt In 'Tl Flrafly" at oho :., u
A alxteen-pag Joke Book witty say
ings, funny picture, droll torla. rid
dle, trick, puulea, Ac.
Some of Uio til's M.igaaln artlclr arai
OfAciial pholograpli of FstkBS, favor It i
wa of tJia .Sul t:iT' . and ator.v of life q
tn Turkish liarem.
liow tirinoi-H. dllkei, ktnfS and STllI
'full lu bshlod Tony lrxl, t':
The astOllndmg eras for gum'. I Dgj
aondrful nw dihe a prepared ugi
Ntw 'rk'n e""rni vrealeaf iieln,
rMji'lety' nfxt ilaji.e the ne 't,-p.
"Ikunusl MarrlaBd sfsnss, i; .
Th Patriotic Mmuggter." a aho-t a: r)
ky . herle.- h'omervl'le
"C lu The Wlreli
I tragedy br
serial story of
Tll your rewadeeler fn advenoe tef'Lit bodj m taken ta the Harlem
v jau a toj. i sell ataMstf a World, il ,g .
THE EVENING WORLD. TUESDAY. FUEETT JTRT yyBg
THE IDEAL AGE TO MARRY?
SALARY IS MARRIAGE POSSIBLE?
Copyright, WIS, by Th Pre Publlehlng Co. Th New Tork World).
FWK Jpf"" "'SHpafJl BT.."t tMie.tY ffe. 'Oo
BB C aaaaaVLaaaam 3
antra upon leva In marriage. At
of love lu marriage. But of lava AVB
dlffereat things. For he baa Been too
nuoh of lite. The Ideal age for a
young man to marry It whenerer he
oan, whenever the girl ha want will
have him. It I for har to de- lie
upon what salary abe la willing to
keep house for him. I ahouM say
tht In Now York ?J0 a weak Is
about tha least upon which any young
coupla can keep the body and soul of
love together. If their love has no
soul they oan manage on less, for
they will not need the soul food of
books, pictures, theatres and lecture.
There cannot be any fixed minimum
lnooms, however, for the reason that
the antecedenta and environment of
esh couple affect the cost of Hying
for them. My wife married me
when I waa twenty- vn years old
and I earnM 2u a week. On that
sum we lived well, bought current
rnoks and ptrturos, went to the
their homehotn how nd why do thy
WOMEN ARE DIVIDED INTO TWO
Wo-nen. g If SS, .mother and eplnetere
may h dlvMed into two elaaae th
eir-nppxirtlng an'l th x-upportd.
It em to me mat tha wife who haa ne
roua for being save to fill a tea gown
or iad a hotel bill of far, hleng In
th ratter most unenviable olaa. And
so too dnp the woman Who, marrying
a poor man, rfun to meet th re
ponIMllfl te do the work of a poor
If maa wenld only aadarataad It,
tha o-olled movement to rmanol
pate woman is rlly a movement
to emancipate maa from that
thralldom of rt-uppor. X give
woman rights is to ooafront
them with poaslMUtle, and
the woman who says that she
deslrsa no right Is la variably the
womaa who refnsaa rpoalblll
Ms. The woman wio 1 an aetlv houae
keeper and a mother arna her living
honestly and genarally mor arrlu-
ad. I. neither -how about hrt M..
ar all too ohlvalreiis to tall tha truth
about her, but women doa't hae t h
ulilvalroua end fhev know
If I were a mtvii and aih-h a won, an
loved m I wuld vJue Vir rTenton
nn mure, I would hold It ne hlinier
M.an r do that of my dun who luva
me perhapa a little for mvelf Suit
mainly ,,,, ; euyply thalr breal'.
faat and illuners, their o11t and
leaah, thalr bedding and htr kermola.
Yet there ar sueh maim and they
contribute te mJr marrlag mar dlf
floulL Anollier ntascu.lne ra.1rr oontrfbiilni,
th following letter on the M1 age for
LEAVE IT TO THE YCUNQ FOLK
TO FIQURB OUT.
Dear Madam: I'eara to m that
thar hna bn a who lot of dla-
"""Ion about a few
i .i iti. remark i
i. by a Nrairvllie pro:, and aa I
view the dot. tie. being nlirh on'o a
irtmrter cfntiiry old, by goh, It
ai.ould b left to tlh neighbor'
and daigtitr of that age te com
mite. I myself an unbridled, but I
ain't a-goln to be nueh loriKer, by
oiiokatr. I'm luat hankering to lay
liold of torn dark lady with Mint
eva, and a velvety skin, and I ain't
a-goln to wait tmtlt I am thtrty, not
by a auh ditrn 1ght. Th way I
calculat In that f a man be a-gol:i
to tret married, and he don't at
twcnly-fiv year. .e noir grill.
MofAti cauae avSfl he'i. rSSSlbsd thlr
ty years hu'a s.-n SQ iiiuob of HfS
iimt he j " t naturally ain't got
Biiough gel -up m nlm to gel ngartird.
'tiiU be a Kaol J(tH SIMI'KWNS
Vlitrn llriiii. 11,-inl tn street.
blrunerls M nor, iMnty ve.ira oi 1.
rjrr-ais. dr.ippi-1 ilea.l at ' e'rleok r,
on the street at the sorawT 'f mi
Hundraf a.i I I'wency icxtlh Lret and
1 Morsuigsfci avenue. She waa on h
1 way to her pto ef sauployroeot a a
ervnt from her home at No. Mt treat
I One aklaakll and Tajr-a!xth eire-'
Is for Her
READS THE BIBLE
Capt. "Jim" of the Florence B. j
Getson is a Praying Man
'"irt "J!m" fletaen ef Tinenhnrw, H.
.. reached her to-day en the United
rVitlt Oenipany'a oteamor rflitaola, fro-n
Weet In1ln and Oanrral A marl oan
Porte, nreroared to etart life all erer
again. Cmvi. "Jlm'a" Tittle eohooner, th
Plnrenoe M. Qotsr.n, Ilea at the bottom
? th aea aSo.it .vV) mil amrtfi ef Ilor
muda, and the aVtyiper 1 on Irk) way
home to tall h wife how the dhtp ah
rhrlatenoil and wh.uh wa named ffr
her ank on her maiden voyage.
The iklni-e- la a typloal "Muevneer,''
nd for many years h wilted en and
ooimmairded email eonatlng le-h
the variety known aa "arrl-trer,"
frnm rh fe.ot that ther taVe their hear
ing from landmark along norw. if
o7H,p" ,ar"'n'' kaoaiud
-it . Tm!'r 'I
I f hT' T"""1 "", W
1. . 11 l!
" 1 T r-it nvwrvi vi r Will t w II 11 l rtm m.
HE OOITLD TAKE
AROUND THE HORN.
1 Hh wa fltiiahed U Oatni.er and
! ama deplored to he about na trim a htt
of a lirkssatl .is the maritime folk or
Itinnliurg hd ever clanped thlr y
en. She had two taparlng maia, and
although ah wa only ins ton register,
Captain Mlm" declared he'd tak hr
around tli Horn tn .inlv If need he.
Her bnl'dcr nd owner hustled around '
nd rtlsad a (ih.ir'rr II was for St.'
Marin m th Danish wt Indlsg, aadl
ctilted ef a Look nd lamher. He I
got a cargo of salt for th hnmward
voyage, which baaran n no. II Ut. 1 I
Th day after New Var'a th Hainan
nKun to get in IS trouble The -argo
I had. hA,i i .. I ,lnu,..l ., .1 !. .
... ., ,
If. to the iilg seek 'liat began to rull
I down on her. all that night It bi ar
. hard .i.l at daybreak on Jan. X the
ietaoa wa taggr!ng along a best
he i-juid un inr paekstahsndkergslef
I at a besdsalli
i Hy dtlsk the wind 1st P a t.ttl atil
j th iktpper thought ho n:ld pass his
"raft by ..:.. , u a tersaj of th main
aa'.l. But hgrdll bad the sail la-
i raised a few feet befor down aweat
th gale again and In a trice both lb
Oatson's tticka had ben whlped out of
'Ptolh "Jim" la a 'faying; ,I!P
pr and go a rtfularly to chnrrii at
hews bill Le wasn't thlsklsg of pray-
log than, for bi ths to: of being flia-
nastsd he learned tuat toe Qi an v i
THEN CAPTAIN "JIM" GOT OUT
HIS 3IBL& . I
I-'or two ,l-i-.a the ,en tf elx epetl. I ,
. a oi'.er a ik i"itnp- eut thg katrl
kepy sa'nliii; an theni arid Captain, ,Il:u i
got out iil.a Bible and read tham a, rtrag I
or two lfe 'd today that he sella' sd
mvr fl-rulr than erer In oe'ng a praying
aklppr sine the loos of th 1ion for
he n irtHI holding forth, 'nil his ei
hvitd "rw kpt the p ,'npa biMrtng
eoai. up or in run (he
rT C aaaaV
H I 'ofir7..
AND IS RESCUED
horlson came the ohoonr fucri. -othr
'hlue-noeer," hearing hanij dowll
on th oton. Th aklpper hovd hla
! Blhl tn his pocket, got ht papera and
ahronometer and tlien waited with hta
crew while a oat from the flucea
up Into his i.
On by on th orew got Into the
boat, Oapt ".Mm" atandlng by his ship
till ths last, whan he oarafully hauled
down tha red analgn whloh had baon
ftned, Jck down, to th attimp of
th main mast, and whloh hs carried
with him en board tha guooa. Aa
heid away the leein
-7rW w 8--ay,
"the wife, ahe bought that ensign her
self for th new ship, and aha thought
a heap of It, and It's all that'a left of
tha Osteon now. But that's the way
of the sea, and I'm lucky te ha alive"
The fluoo ess took Oapt "Jim" and
hie crew to Han Andrea, a small pert
In Colombia, from whence thev rnhd
Onion, where th British Cnna.il sent
'hem north on th Mlsalola. One of
the gregi however, Ukd th Success
so well that ha staved by her, algnlnr
on aa an A, n.
POLICE STATION WITH
"VOTES FOR WOMEN."
Then Drop TheFr Pal Bni"rif9 nd
Walt to n Arreted Given
a Week In .Infl.
r.n'ffnnv ij.k a in.... - w
'.ort armed with kaeket f saals
'g hr,.l,e. BlSStSred th. fa.-l.
of Marlhmnugh Htreet Folic Station
with "Votes for Women" poster and
Women' Honlal and Political Union
pronlamatlnna to day, and 'hen atood
1 by and allowei fhemee'vea te he er
Arraigned in How ttfreet they refueeyl
to give their names and war given
their choice of 16 fine or a week In
Jail. They oho Imprisonment
ALSH NEW MAGISTRATE.
llaranr Telle t-'ormer Pallaa ftepnly
" w-rr"'"' 9metr.
Mayor Oaynor t"-day appoirrled Third
Deputy Polio Oommlfslessi John J,
Walih to ui oad thl lata Mag'.awata
I Harris, who dlad luddsaly lam week.
In a letter
u the new Mag.e'ra'e, Vfayer
'Ton w.li help in !i c.irry out my
purpose an I ..!y o nQI looking up
HiUla for !-i.al ofT.,ri.M In ..Itrutin.
1 tri1. ta that way psoal. ecap bain.
taken by furs tnd leaked up er hailed
In ailvu'i-n of l ri u :
"Instead of worranU being issued
aira1t:t j.r.-ont of fnlr atandlnl -ho
an- aocud of mmor offenne. the better
our 1 to mmi-non them er notify
ff A J" fUL n M"itTt r.
Owing to the Death of
Mr. Frank A. Merrall
-r hi Store Will Remain
fVn WadneaUst! . Februar,i
Acker, Merrall &
FAILS TO MIX WITH
Tennessee 5chooljlTl Adds
Matrimony to Studies, but
"Nell" Spoils Course.
GOES BACK TO Pl.ATO.
Hepeman, Dashlnj Young Mo
torist, Woos. Wins, but
Soon Is Divorced.
H'riae ponrferiiii ofer fee i
Dliloni" of PUito, tl"- Oefia nf
Unmir unit th PPSMtwM if
V kfl 14 as a mtidrnt liwdawf uf ir
rxrluttrr rjira' flnnhirio n hool in
MmiiMsOHPS, afist tefwIM Vag
ryrrv, of fil ."iouHiern hrnu. h tf
the family wMek hrlprd tnsMiM
dMtrtcflfl Mafon, afyie flmr fo
fieiMrt"- awld mgtu Ct9HpHh0t
if he ii in e Itnmtm to day, in a
Trllnijti of i.'iftitd, il nlsTf mil
itfiotty on tti nrodi'tn f i iirtiV
rulum. THt triloov nrrt thrrn
ifycly (rfirt'iflo i hafitrr whtrh
may h uppropfnfeli htuded "A
Spring fistiy lloom," "A Summer
flm rfgTf4aM -mrf "A IVInfer
llm' PrPtfOS." H' tiirs fnr hero
ins and fiero fhere i th' till'titter
In fne prrton of .Veil rVAnriofsr
(jfi'Vt n-noton bul itnfered'enf
inintn Thr end came fo-doy
ichrri Sipiem Coutt Justu r Vstp.
horgrr ilan'd a d""ree irhich
mod Iff. Perry i difon e nt
thounh a $rhool girl still
Chapter I. Springtime.
In th fall of 111 Komanso Nelen
Prry of Memphli, Tenci . one of the
State'a leading cltlien. who -raoed hi
family tree hack to the trunk that
gave Oliver Hasard Terry lo his coun
try, aent hi daughter Lorcna to fin'ih
hr studlss m New York and absorb
sum metropolitan atmoaphere Hardly
past her seventeenth year, I .orei.it was
tall, lovely and a-conipllt'ied, and eoon
th favorite of the aeademy
Oay, debonair young men about ton
found easy accaia to the danoe and
reoapdona given at th aohool.
And eo It happened that Joaeph Lar
eomlbe IIgman, daahlng, hundanm
and a Lcohlnrar, met Ixrena. Tie aald
th tender heart of the schoolgirl pelird
nr rib furiously the flrt watts they
had Would ana tak a apln In hi new
raoart Why, wU, r ys, th first
time aha could make up an aav-u to
set out. That wae the neat afternoon.
They whirled through rntrl Park, up
tn I.arohmont, along tha Drlv and
bok. Ah eft tn oar near the aohool.
lu ah left her b'arl with th aulotst
Until spring drov th I'ngerlng hrd
of winter away, lorna' report weekly
forwarded te her parent had been
marked "e'.lnt" and "vary good" by
her teuohera. Now they henam "peer."
har aya began to sai far out ever tha
lludeon an I ah wae o.mslantly getting
loava tn visit "girl ft I n. la" In th ally
Of on u rce, th render know Ixirena
va with llvgeman In hi lew gray
eprodvr. And llnainiaii proved e
apeedy a wneer li wa a driver
Chapter II. Summertime.
The chooi trtn ws nearly ended,
I Tirana luat paasM her elaa arid, aad
to add, she had ne prlae er awards
te show potant relative. Hha would
return, yee, teaouer, aast fall and try
to do hetler. But unknown to the taaoh
er Lorena had panaed her first chapter
in the Trilogy. That flaturdity aha toek
up the eenond drama ef Die eerlea. Hh
flitted Ihrougli th" galea at noon. Hard
by war Joe and nla racer, the ..hugging
engines Inpatients laiiindliig.
Thcr waa s I"" llageutsn fhraw
the high ied nn and away they gl ded
to ha Mty Hall. 11111 wrot herl(
a a "nurae" and Jag eakl ha waa an
"arttel." and lived In Weat Twenty
third trt. H admitted thirty year
and lerena hravly siiioiinod herself
twenty, although an wa tsee yaars
ymr ger HegHtnaa gav hi falhr's
nam John N Manner lltgeman
and tils gktthei aa i 'Urn Hobby liortoii
lenena aerrgoUy ntitted her fntiir's
nam and BSsd her Mktthaf wae Mary
Nenl PaadcrSOa. from .-, run.
The d'- iptlon over, I.orena end Jo
allow."! theiiikolvna to b ltd lo th
"ahurOh of all nation" In the baeinnt I
1 1 A' 'u"r
Ulll' e. 111." lit. ti tJnyr.,
en dMaamtaa, did the reel. Joe ai'coui
pan.'d his bride aa fu " .South a.i Mem
ahlg, lorehS lernainml horns two wka
while ..'ne h mg around a hotei and (hag
the newlyweda vent lu the aeaMhore,
nhe to hi 'y. she told ti.e dear folke St
nssne, wHh a girl I'hum for th tut .
hapter III. Hinteitime.
gflhssl riHipencd and found torSIIS
ready. Nnue knew h : r: Th
winter af 111 earne and the girts said'
Jo wme an ardent and devoted suiter '
and wa "deed stuck on Lento." Lo
rena aow prospered In her ctudlee, her
waskly reports being marked "perfect "
Th scaoelglrl bride met ker husbsnd
ss often sa sh got psriiilstssa to pas
wk nd and holidays With friend
ef the family." The husband worked
for en automobile coacana at Broadway
aad Wrty-tMrd alroet and had aa
abundanoe of fuada.
But a ealarrStoua rhkag ssiarrtd n
Whlngton' Blrnhday la lfdJI Jo
never even oallad hi wtf ag te wtek
her pleasant holiday. )h want te
Joe' uto etme end demanded to know
hi whereabout "TXeh" Hajrtl, a Van
derktlt dip epeed merchant, was loung
ing about the frloe end recognised Lo
rena aa ths "outs U tils trtrk" he had
reen in Jo' racer.
"Dlok" wee ignorant ef lorenas
course tn T Tilery, and whn she seemed
pertleularly peeved because of Joe's
I -hf . .honte rh rao pilot. In a spirit
' of rr.iachlarouen, answered that a
irueeMd Joe was oul with "Nell."
"Nelll Oh. deer, wkat shall I &V
ariilatd Lorena. Than eho want bach
to her cho)l nd wrote a fall and frank
eonfeaaton lo her parent Th first
train osit of Memphis brought evral of
Lorsna's relatives te Nw Trk.
ITnknown to Joe. th frry wtohd
hi vry move. Soon. vry oon thy
eapled Joe and the winsome "Nell." a
chic, clinkby life doil-facd girl, ta
getbnr In Joe' agf When dlotlvs
llrover1 that Jo and "Nell" want
aeav on a long trio loKctbar, tha Perry
." ,: I PJ. M tlarbe. Altant Dlstrlot
Attorney of Tuctimond 4'ounty. and the
Inwver brought suit In rh ttuprein
Cetrrl to dlaaolv the marriage
an- oi.y .or in. ..... we. eea. ana u
onKnowp to nr tutors ana .nee note
i Lsrsnk got icud to "d some shop
ping with a ralatlv from Memphis"
and hurried down te Justlc Nwhtir.
gar's oourt. Hgeraan vs. Hegemen waa
the first case called, ft waa seen over
with and Lorena was keck at hr eleaa
In tfm for th afternoon
KILLED BY AN ELEVATOR
IN THE P. R. R. STATION.
I Jectrician'i Helper, Sent on Errand,
Fads to Return and Body Is
Found In Shaft.
John Oramatteo, eighteen year eld.
of No. UO Kelt On Hundred and four
teenth tri, an Uotrlctan'a haleer
employed hi the Pennvaivenla Railroad
Terminal. SevenUi avenue and Thlrty
econd strsst was killed aariy te-day
in an (levator.
1 1' i en MoOowan, a foreman, aent
Ora.mtto upatalre to set asms sleetrle
light bulb, and whan the youth failed
to retura after flftssa minutes Me
do wan wnt up. ettrrirlng, he gsssii
an elevator, and aottoed stalaa oa Iks
platform near the ear. The polls nay
Gramatteo'e body was wedged betwssa
the elevator well and th ear
The police and r7eroaera men ar ta
vtlttng. SLAYER'S DEATH DATE FIXED.
Holroaer Will Ho
Sing Daring Week ef Marsh IT.
ALTtAKT, rh. 4 -John MutraaakT, who
killed Petri, k MnBrn In New Tork
City oa Oot. 4, ItU, will be eMstiuuilted
t Sing Ssrag Prraea doriag the week
eg Maroh IT, MM Tft dad was fired
tn-dey ky th Oourt of Appeal
Patrlok MoBreen wae known eg
"Paddy ths PrUst." H owned a sa
loon at No. 771 Tenth arcnu. Mul
ranay held him tap at the point of s
revolver and when he resisted killed
of choicest and purest
tobaccos. The Turkish
blend of most attractive
IT y.nn Tott and Pound" ad. t
i New Voile Cky, morning or Sunday,
GAVE HER $25,000
Mapiate's Wife Admits Con
doning Offenses When She
Mr Bdlnh M. MsDonaM leetwead be
fore Juarto Oavegan, tn th gup gate
Court, Shis morning, thet she had Par
horns bringing a notation dor an aha
rot drvonae from Jamas P. fdWDtm
akL th railroad financier, larger ke
aaua of Ms ganeroaity la grrlng her a
present of raveo at the psyahollcal
Mr MoDoc.id held the nnealled
eheck for tost amount, dated Jan. K
107, dtawn to her order and signed by
her Lii.baiel bateeen hr dalntsy gloved
flngr. a she looked down from her
mrlnnne In the wltnsa obalr art her
h ihnd, Who smiled plarldly up at her
from hla aeat beeld hie attortaov. k
la eulng the magnate of trie steel rati
for 11300 for th oorrvereien of rer
nlture and awe stork on a farm ta
orange County all of whl'h. eha de-
elrs. Sh paid for wWh her
Mr McDonald hkd a. ten rh stand .a
hla own bahalf and had deolarod phleg
matloally that kelh th farnlksra aad
th live atook wore his; that he had paid
for thorn and that la fact, he had
gtvn hi wife large sans of sasssi
fsr her stspporl before af wan a asa
araitlen from him, with alhnoay of Met
a month, tn proof of hi gmsisallj ta
Mrs. MgDonald he produced a burst! Of
oan ol led oheeKa to har order, Inoiadaag
the ehaok for IB, OK
Mra MoDonald' attorney plaoed kar
spen ths stand to tell tha fnry the real
porp for whloh the ChsfJke kad kasa
'Early m IMT," sh sava, "Jasl aglet I
had kaarnad ef hta acta of iiiHiislagl
and we plonning te nbMssn aa ak-
soiut dlvoros from htm. Mr.
oaro to m centrttalv aad aefMd eat
h could 'sayuar hkmeek '
"I toM him there waa no war 1 1
or in wnaaji he osM ktraare
with roe. Thn. at na wwrd
he voluntarily mode eat that ah oak fsr
w.ww attd gar H to at. I
iX you mean, on
car ears turn or money paa at
your husband's orfamaesf" aha
"Yes," rosrled Mrs.
fane aeemad to think a
sh added tavstny:
"That Is to say. I
suit because hs gave ate the
oeiuatanir and becauss he
me taoo thing wouldn't
loved my husband than aad waa
to meks up."
Other ohecka, totsJUaa mor
tJ.ooo, Mra Of dDonald identtfled as
how thsy had bsea glvsn to kar,
to pay ths rarriar. the
modiste and shoemaker, the glower, sad
others to roy bob sleds far Oka Otagtjs
County farm, get food for the thea-
sands or skloksns. er taerwloe !
th Br etenk.
Ta st true thkt yon save
H te sae would net taring a i
sum asjakart your' xa
of One-Dollar Bill
"Hah Otsaaaw aMsawBaWtaawaV
wwJlt ttroalac ttroafh th oarA I las i
IWVJ UiemJ aWM I atoWsaTal WkJJ
dtari ok dean wtk
will roa eoT
wife, tn tstrg, czcMlmed;
The wjtrb. flft, was hlfhty prltett; kit
Jog gi widely (amen.
Don i cry," said 1, "1 think I knowbo wt
cm tot them back-.
All It require ii action, prompt and hjt
1 phonrd lout) Brtknian a TVbrtd "Lost
and round" ad.
A man returned the watch, ths dog wj
brought back by a lad.
prtnttd to Hm Work! It sakl a STfajtitJtkg
grttttr thas if
pamnwea is tn rlerskt
i Hies, ,in, 1 1, uune in.1 rrets cfnBirsii. . -