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TBI IVIlfllfO W01LD, THUESDAT
FOR A MEAL
WUDam H. Reinke Consumes
'tight Repast of Hen
TOES IT ALL THE TIME!
It Awfully Hard to Eat 'Em
Soft-Boiled With a Knife,
Atildiilffct last night WHllarat H.
SSjgek cHiaibcd out from under a pent-
laC tastcab In the Wmt Fifty-seventh
trt garage of th Mason Seamon
Co. and remarked he mi coin to have
only a light aupper. for he had planned
to eat a large break fa it later on.
So for the midnight (upper he had
only eight "ham and egg" aandwlche.
two ilaba of Indestructible pie and two
quarts of coffee. This frugal repaat
loft him In splendid shape for his break-
' Just eight hours later, "hungry as a
'fceor." ha said, he walked Jnto Chili's
reertaurant at Fifty-ninth street and
Columbus Circle and ordered break fasr,
t was aomej breakfast, too; it was a
Whan Tteluke, a a properly hungry
man. gave his order Mies Weir Jtatner
atedt, who Is something of a "chicken,"
gave a cluck of rurpresa and shrieked
Horn la wftat the hungry Mr. Reinke
had ordered : '
"Fifteen acranihlad eggs.
"Fifteen soft-boiled eggs.
'Fifteen fried egg.
Vrfteen hard boiled eg.
nialMmiin alaaeea of water, pww
ieaae don't laugh. That's eggs-elhtly
what he ordered, and that ll what n
got. Manager Adolph Monhens. who
saw Ma day'a recelpe go soaring up.
merle a break for the kitchen. Ha was
going to oaa that this valuable customer
got Ma money' worth. Personally.
Manager Marthena selected fifteen nice,
candled eggs and had them scrambled
to a queen' taste. They were aet be
fore the hungry Mr. Rein, all In one
platter. Ho added aalt him .. ier in vae:
quantities, and then kJU upslMaMI.
FOURTEEN MINUTES FOR "IF
TMN EGOS TO DISAPPEAR.
'Bring me a spoon, " he oidernl, after
several unauoxasslul atlempte. "how do
you think I can tat scrambled eggs PUS
Mr. Bsnk went to work on the
scrambled hen fruit with a teaspoon,
and In fourteen minutes fifteen eggs
Mr. Reinke celled for the soft boiled
agsa That's no eggs-aggeratlon. They
cam, oaoorted by Miss Hamerstedt, In
three large coffee cups. With eggs
padltlon the hungry Mr. Reinke opened
the attack. When he had devoured half
the ens with a -noon ha hit upon n
novel Idea of completing the soft boiled
serge, for he was hungry.
H simply put the cups to his Hps and
Inhaled them. There was some eggs
ltemeat during the' course, but it was
soon allayed when Mr. Reinke called. In
stentorian cackles, for fifteen fried
egg. The cape tnraw up uic joo on mi
apot and Manager .nierinnm u.u insert.
. r .. ... r. .l
ni. in inree ruate. m im
e. with the yellows glistening.
v..-" remsikeii tne nungrv sir.
r, "hating laid a proper founda
i. you may bring on the hard-boiled
etd- Ah," h continued, a eoup
turson of hard-boiled eggs glistened
Into rlew, "Ihere'a nothing like a liurd
bolled sgg lo mi u up "
But why go on? It le eufnVlent to say
the fifteen hard boiled egg followed
th. forty-five that had before.
Then h called for Mm chock 60 eggs
at H eggs tor ' counts up to M. i
and Mr. Kelnkr paid his reckoning with
oul a murmur.
NoW I'll so horn In No 101 Wel
Toty-lxtu street.'' he ..aid, "ind get
some sleep. To-nlglit. when "get up.
I'll b hungry again '
"I don't drink, chew or s.uoke." ne
aid. "My only dissipation it eating
eggs, whan I want to go out on a epree
I sat four or five doisn."
OLD HOME WEEK PLANNED
FOR GREENWICH VILLAGE.
flrsenwlch Village Is to have an Old
Boms Week. There really are native
New Yorkers, and many of them were
born 4B that devious, wandering, old
faahtonad part of the town where a
street da no scruple to run at rig. it
le to lUelf. The Inhabitants actu-
are nelgnooriy aw
i. 'iat In tiers on.
I'YdW Monday. May 1!. to Saturday.
May . the vllage will be on exhibi
tion under the auspices of the Green
wich improvement Hoi lety. There will
'be opaning agsrolsaa on Monday eve
ning In the auditorium of PuMlO BoJwol
No. i. In OlarkaOO StMt Tuesday
!s Msrohants' Day. Wednexday Social
'Service Day, Thursday ObUrOB Day.
) ndayy School Day, and on Saturday
aftersoon there will be a children's p
IIaBttll'Hulu Park, an I on Saturday
evening there will be a dinner, As tni re
is n hotel or rostauranl III th 'U'
jtrli't large eaougli for such gatliar
1ng application has been mad lo me
authorities for ptrmlss lu ue a
j AU gradualex of schools III lireen
LloS tillage, und all Its former rssl-
. . l ....... i ... j.iuI ihel. n. lines
I aenos are iu
and addresses either 10 Augustus nanai
tt Wall streei . m. ent i rope, no,
raahliigtou square Huuini ira
akhovitci. Uretwlh Uou4 no,
Jonas-HIHei . o; vrinur j. mud.
alrm.the Local School Hoard,
WHY IS YOUR MARRIAGE
WHY IS IT
FhH4H4j i i i i : i ; i i i i i i i i
There A re
e SasVJ BlwawVSbwaBw-1 Mm B) SJ aSJ
I!''"! H I ' r.irai -SMawwa - f keasa' lsWe aTl
JT, i AJ
the If Oman's for Style and the Title 'Mm.' tW, J CH
to Keep Up Her Social Dealings and in the KLN- JJ- SarJT
Endlo Be a Cute Little Widow." WJi YjmW
Social Optimist Writes: "My Husband and
Who Love Each Other and Are Happy Try to Be
Thoughtful of One Another, and That Is
the Secret of a Happy Marriage."
By Nixola Greeley-Smith.
A social optimist after tr-lllng us
tot aevonteou years contributes these
peoplo should be very careful of the
I wonder If by any crian.o It la true that men to-day marry maluly
for money? It seems to tne more llkly that they refrain sometimes from
marrying without money.
Atul U must not be foiKolten thai by
far the greater proportion of hmo inlty
la necessarily untouched by such an
aOeUSatlOn, xlnce nellber the an not the
woman In the average marriage hii" any
money at aii. the man contributing to
It a very moderate cnpui lts for malilnii
n living, th woman a vurlairte taien
fur rnablna a home, a'i.1 neither able
AMPItl all lhlr effoits. to do more than
draw nttoh with "rldo, the
The philosophy of the ordinarlh well
to io young nn is expressed most fre
quantly In the phrase, "it is iut s aaaf
lo full ill one w in a re n gin . i"M
a iwiii- one." Of course, this Isn't true. I
Oesaaloiially a ood-tooktag, inicll
vouna man Inherits ironey nia
But X have never seen yet the
aslf-mads millionaire who did not
aoad every seat be had to make
him palatable to the least fas
tidious and most mercenary wom
an. The imanoagde law of com
pensation gives the millions to the
wan wltb a face like a aaet pud
ding and the Oreek nose to th
penniless youth at ths so '.Is foun
tain. It gives the gold hair minted
in th treasury of the gods to the
shop girl, and presents th hslrsss
with th pries of th boat switch
at th hair gooda oonnter and calls
It even and It la even.
In those melodramas of life where
the wicked unole or the wicked mini
Set aw.N W"1' ,h" Inheritance ot th
orphaned bora or heroine, r ate will I
take that orphan by the hand and say, j
Here is beauty, her in aowr, here la
Health, here are love and liapplness; 1
ijlve them to you. What does ll matinr I
Utat the wicked uncle has the inheri
tance'.' Let him k'cp It Ills children
will need every cent of ii 10 keep oul )
,,r iba poor nous, th asylum or thai
Jail." And ii l all perfe. tl fair and ,
Ol old Paris s.ne ih golden apple i
liiwi iue.l to ba lairoati" 10 Venus; I
hut lo-ds. 'elUH Ih lUoSl if she can t
afford an ordinal') pushcart appla. "Slui i
wv should Wie .are'' Slki Is Venus. I
What are golden apple" to bar TV Now I
tlie Bill Sltll the gulden apple has Hat i
fgal and IblU hair mat looks as If ,11 1
dktn't ul1 'ome up and needs anoUier j
I sowing. And she has eloows and ollar;
. bonai ami dentists' bills. All of Willi .1 j
it nerelv by a o. warning lite yutnig
man woo lb) baa 11 ' J'"" us caay o
U in lyvi Willi a rkh girl as with a
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Copyrlght. ISM. by Th rrm Publishing
Few Marriage for Love To-Day,
Is the Opinion
thai she has boon happily married
words of wlitdom: "Young married
first drifting apart. Kacta should be
willing to make sacriflceg and the
attentlnnn vhould come from
wife as well a the husband ."
A social pessimist who does
not Inform us as to whether ne
is married at all has this to say:
"From what I've experienced and
from what I've known to be trwe,
I can my that there are very few
marriages for love to-day. The
man's idea of marriage is for the
'money,' the woman's for style and
the title 'Mrs.' to keep up her social
deallDgs and In the end to be 'a
cute little widow.' Home ought not
to be called home any longer. To
day the servants and nurse girls
have all the pleasures of home
while .Madam is out to a whist or
a tango tea. The Hmall family Is
the main reason for unsuccessful
Poor one. It isn't. But It can tie done,
auo: la done, t hunch not, I think, to
the extent one of to-day's contributors
would have us believe. She write:
Or CHILDREN BLAMED
FOR UNHAPPY HOMES.
Dear Madam: Krnni what lea
experienced and from what I'v
known to he true. I can ay that
there are very few marriage for
love to-day. The nun s idea of msr
rlage a for the 1 money." the
wopian's for the stvle, and the title
"Mrs.," lo keep up her social denl
InaH, and In t i. end to 111 'a cut
"llnme" ought not be railed
""if" any longer It ought to be
called a residing place (a resting
plsc. and sometimes It 1 not
ven thatj. Marrlet women of to
day have better times than th
Ingle girl of year ago, compara
tively. The servant? and nurse
girls have the pleasure of the
"home," while "mudam" la out to a
"whlt" or a "tnugo tea." The
"small family" Is the main reavon
for unsuccessful marriage. Why
liould a in. in be deprived of as
many children as ue desires'.' Do
half of the people know that de
moralisation comes from this sim
ple yet complicated fact?
-M K. 11. K. Jfl.
BACHELORS ARE COMPARED TO
Dear Madam: I think the typlcul
New York Imcnclor represents a
class who, like the butterfly, be
lieves In drifting lastly about 111 the
kiinshhie, nieunwlille sipping the
dalntlex from the flowers of the
(linden of Life: In fact, absorbing
all t'ie good thinks of life and rail
ing, ao far is tile World I con
cerned, to be of any material value
to any one but himself. My udvoe
Wt to many young, avoid the sow
Lug of tlie so-called wild oats, se
lect a Kill of your own station In
life. She will glow In intellect and
bieadlli of character Just a read
ily as you will and will be a help
meet and an incentive to greater
thlnga. T.ien one Is living a
healthy, normal life and accepting
one's lull responsibility a a mem
ber of society. Mrlng up a family,
accept your shsre of (he world's
responsibilities. In t ie beginning
sacrifices will bo needed, but your
i i i m ; i i i i i i m i m t h-h 4-t-;
Co. (The New Tork World).
of a Social
later years will be crowned
loving ties of companionship.
RESULTS OP AN
Dear Madam: It is a generally re
ceived opinion among mankind thai
of all the temporal evils an unhuppy
marriage Is the greatest. It Is tlui
source of confusion, misery mil vlci,
of u bad education of children, of
d cltlxens and of a viols' ion of
every duty. No one, therefore, ought
to encase In this contract Without
the most mature deliberation and a
virtuous Intention. One marries for
love, which lie Imagines will be per
petual, but this feeling la soon etrh
dued or extinguished If rounded on
beauty or other fsding qualities. An
other enrbrare this stale for fortune,
splendor, title, and so on, and lie,
too, will, in general, be disappoint
ed. Most persons expect happiness,
pleasure, wealth. Ac., but disappoint -in.
n: is the commonest result. Mat
riaxe, unless based on religion. Vir
tue snd nature, Is seldom happy.
Nothing Is more dangcroits man
great contrasts. I'nsulta'ble mat -
lakes among persons of different
ranks cause dissensions among tam
III."., and are generaly unfortunate.
Again, a iiias.ullne woman disgusts
a man who compares her lo himself
In like manner, an effeminate man.
In place of being preferred by wo
men, 1 despised Th best means of
establishing ardent lov between th
exes I the similarity of tastes and
minds. a. M.
Dear Madam: My mat .age. begun
seventeen years ago, la not a failure.
I love my husband and lie loVOJ me,
I am sure, more to-day lllgn wjtt.i
we were mat t ie I We nave two chil
dren, a comfortable home, and, al
though we both have to work to
keep this home together, 'ie !n bul
nesst 1 at home, we are very hupp.'
and have much to thank (lod for
every day. Our children are obedient
and w.- all try to be thoughtful ol
one another That to me ii the whom
secret of a happy manure. 1 rea l
"V. K.'h" letter anl crrtaihly sym
pathize with him, but inlnk Home of
the fault Ilea with him. He does too
much for his wife and gives her no
chame to do anything for him. I
think yoong married pgqsta should
be very careful of the ttrl Stilting
apart. K.i h should be willing to
make some sacrifice, meet I a If wa.,
and the attention ObOUld tobta from
the wife as well as the liuaonn I.
.lust be thoughtful of one ouolhei.
Let the Inmjian 1 feel tJiat he can
talk to his wife about tils hnjgbjagg
troubles and listen to her uggns
tlons, and the wife feels she can tall
her husband anything that has been
puzzling her about the household
affairs. Very often my hueband
helps m out this way by soma
simple suggestion I had not thought
of. And meet him itr lien with a
smile Mmlle are rnn'.ogiou and
breed only good. AUTOCAK.
M fLSASuftPS 0f TMf
' ' ,,..2 HQMf
of a Series.
h H i r i-:-!-:-M-i-H-w:-!-:-;-!-H-i-
ALL ILLS WITH SLEEP
MACHINE AND A GLOBE
His Practice Lands Him in
Court, However, With His
A Kl gkgbi warranted to one all
Ills of the human body bjf It" applica
tion, a sleet, producing machine, con
structed Oil the order, of a fly catcher,
and vsrlous hooks on cures by hvpno-
tlsm were exhibited In Part 1 ofalpOOtSl
rieesdnna to-day. In the cave of liomlnleo
Car.liilo, forty-vne years old. a shoe
maker and "doctor," COnVftd of
ora 'tlclng medicine -wllliout a llncense
Stephen vntano an agnl for th
County Medbal Society, told the COMTl
he had gon to a snnnm.tUrr's shop at
No. Ml eleventh avenue last month
, and there aaked for a Dr Itusi, whose
algn was hanging In the window of th
I shoemaker's shop. Thcr he sayo he
j wa told by Carjulo that ne was Dr.
' "People wouldn't b likely to go to a
I shoemaker for the cure of illness."
Carjulo Is said to have told Fontano.
' so I go under the name of Carjulo, my
tight name, as it shoemaker nud call
mylf Dr. Kose when patients come
to be cured I CUrt nil lllties without
the aid of mcdloine or a knife. My
I tile glase a).. be her is a wonderf il
I'ontano told the man he wanted lo
be treated for a headache, The "dot
tor" then w i tipped ttie crystal In a
handkerchief at d ru'il.ed it over th.- Of.
I SCOT'S head II. was told the trout, I,
Would vanish Immediately following
this treatment. Fontano grrsateo Ihe
Kttoemaker and he gg taken to the
In coin t to-da the prl nsi1 -aid lii
had taken a co urse in hypnol c irS
(rum art knatltute of Sclenco" i
Iti.i'hester, . V . foi w lii. h hg had p i ,1
"Tnli mn t not ih on win. should
p.n ihe nonalt) for this ofarnsa." ggld
Attorney Dyr ol iba L'ounly m..i .i
tfovloty. "He ha., promised to glv rue
aii the information that he tan KO Iha'
tlie societ can nroaooute lb peoiilt
who are givlns .nurses In tins
cur. I liliail pla.e the matter in
hands of the Kedeial authorities."
Hentence was aumieitiled on Carluio
I. olden Wedding Anniversary.
Mi. and Mis John It ek'ott of No 3.SH
Marion atenue. tne Bronx, iellirat' '
their golden wedding last nigtH Thej
r.ceited nisnv valnaole gifts, InvltidlllH
g rsmarkabl vtcdUlng cak.
AFTER POLICE RAID;
'Arson Squad' Destroys Struc
ture Near London and Boat
house With River Craft.
ARREST .MISS KENNEY.
eader, Followed From Paris,
Is Taken at Dover Mrs. Bel
mont 'Hits Coercive Plan.
fXNDON, May 1 Despite the Oovsra
ment raid on their hedqtirter and ar
rest ot leadar th campaign of arson
ennduoted by the militant suftraatt
no continued to-day when a largtable
at Hendon. a northwestern suburb of
London, wa set on flr and practically
s placard with the word "Votes!
Vote! Votes! Bewar!" wae found
p sated on the premise.
A boathoos on the Tbsmes oprolt
Hampton Court Palace, together with
number of skiffs, also wa destroyed by
the suffragette early to-day.
Miss Annie Kenney, one of jh most
prominent of the militant suffragettes,
wa arrested to-day as soon s he set
foot In Rngland on her arrival from the
continent. A detective hart arrompan
led her from Pari beating a warrant
charging her with conspiracy lav
she wss arralgnad In How street Coirt
and remanded without ball until to
Mrs. O. II. P. Itelmont of New Tork
left for Paris to-dsy Mefore her d
parture she said:
"The British llovernmrnl learns noth
ing 'mm history. The present eoer.'lv
mrusiires against tne eunraiielies are
bound to fall."
Mrs. Carrie Chapman Ctt Of New
York Intend to-day to attend a meet
Ink of protest against the pin ment of
taxes by the Oiirliess of Bedford, upon
whose property distraint was levied on
April '.'I and a silver eup belonging to
her taken by the tx collector to natlafy
the claim. To-morrow Mr. Catt will
make her first public speech In Knaland
at a meeting of the Artretses Kranchl
The suffrageltes mnnaged this after
noon to Issue their paper, the Huffra
aette. In spite, of the warning of the
Treasury eminvel yesterday. The num
lu!' . -I insists of el. lit pages, th fiont
page containing only th one word,
"llalded," In laige type. Most of th
London newsdral were afraid to han
dle the publication, and only a rw
women were (elllng It on th streets
Fuse gaOgtOOta Held far laejweet.
Coroner Weinberg held a preliminary
examination ;o-ilsy Into the murder of
Jerry Malda, QtMMMHMI at ' o'clo.-k on
the morning of April at lu front of I'aul
KHIy's gstritge at N.x SAii W.at Forty.
Ilrst street. After hearing the testimony
of two policemen tht the four prisoners
before him had Lean caught running
awny from the scene the Coroner held
without hall 'or tiie lmiu.it on Msy II
Igntoa Jesto of No. I18 Molt street,
.losepli Viserta of No Ml Kawt One
Hundred and Seventh etreel, Frank
Padeaco of NV. '." Stanton utreet and
Sgntl Hsrbero of No. : West On
Hnndrrd and Hlxteentb street
FUR STORAGE REMODELLING REP AWING
HAVE ARRANGED THE
TAILOR SUITS Heretofore 75.00 to 150.00
At 30" 40" 50" 65"
AFTERNOON DRESSES flRjftS
At 35" 45" 55" 75"
BROCADED EVENING WRAPS
Four of the Lataat Model
Valuoe 85.00 to 150.00
Travel St Sport Coats
At 25" 35" SO" 65"
French Blouses Heretofore im$mm
IN WOMAN'S SUIT
FOR TAXI INJURY
Doctor and Another Witness
Are Placed Under Arrest
BOTON Msy 1 Fred T-amb of Wor-
rester. an srtlst ho has a studio here,
and Dr nichnl Wynn of thl eliy
te arteated to-dsv rhrged with con
spiracy to commit perjury In th sun
which IMrs. Nellie lrnt Ouerty of Bos
ton brought In lb Federal Court in
New York. They were released In bond
of $2,600 each.
Mrs Ouerty aoed th Mason-men
Transportation Company of New York
to rernver money for Injuries aliased
lo have hen received wlhll tiding In a
taxksMb owned hy that rompan. Th
lury decided against her following
charge 1r the Judge thst there had
tjeen much perjury In fhe testimony
The charge of onplrcy to nm mt
perjary on rli n Dr iltlehard Wynn
and Frederick Latin, were arreeted Ml
Boston lo-da grew out nf their teatl-
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.a..,.,., ii. wi.e i.im. i.ei...e .. imr in
th. 1 'nlted Atstle. District Court In Ml w
Turk ounng tne es.lv part ei aptn.
IMIss Nellie tlrant tluetlln, a Botnn .1-
tectlve. ued the Mason Meaman Tians-, decree of dlvora on th ground of de
portatlon c.rmpanv for tti.oK) damages 1 rtlon It. than remarried and went to
for an alleged Inhirv lo her head In
taxlcah avcklent In New Tork Mat
DOCTOR SWORE HE PERFORMED
Dr. Wynne tvatlAv.1 that he aloii had
performed an operation on Mis Ouer
tin s head. Ion I.'. mil for septic hema
toma, it conillllon which, he said, had
arisen from a punctui-ed wound which
lie . la lined had hern cnuwd by the taxl
ah Hcideitt He said Ihe wound wa
serious and tlireateneil to affect Ml
liiettln's mnntitl fsoltle
Or lames A Helily of Boston eon-
tis.licted I r. Wvnnc Dr. Ilelllv said
he h. assisted si the operatleo on
Miss OuOfllS agjd I'tst It was for a wen.
and nut f.u ti septic hematoma. He also
testined that tin- Injurv was alight, but
that In. Wynne had cut deeply with
his knife causing a hemorrhage that
when lr. Wtnne dropped hi knife he
i Helily t had Mnlvhed the operation.
fMher tetlmonv cnntradkttlng Jr.
Wt one iv ie given.
L.taib testified that he lied met Mies
OugfSla l the Ualn when h reaehad
lnt.ni after tlte taxlcah accident, and
that eh. wa In a hyeterlnal condition.
He slso testified that A. W. Oankanaw.
an investigator fori lie laslcah company.
bail Intimidated him by wiylng, "If ysu
testify iii N.w York for Mia Uusrtln w
will put tl all over you."
tankultsw. on the stand, said he
never had seen Imh before that day
JUDGE MACK SCENTEO PER
JURY IN THE CASE.
owln lo th great amount of conflict
ing testimony. Juilga Mack announced
fro mill., 'bench before the lose, .if the
trial that "this can. reeks of perjury,"
and he had AmIsImiiI t'nlted State
I Us til i t -Attorney K it. Hpence follow
The Jury, after being out a few min
utes, returned a verdict galnt Mis
Ouertln. and Judge Msok In receiving
Ihe verdict as Id
"I thoroughly concur In your vvrdle
Titer, has been otn lal lying In this
egg and somehisly ha got to pay for
It. I'rneectitlon for perjury will follow
the determination of this damage suit
It I nw utii to the Diet rrvt -Attorney
The Federal Qrand Jury her has been
considering the testimony In tlie Quel
tin ens., but h not a yet hand.d
down anv Indictment
5.00 to 1 35.00
At 7" 10" 12" 35"
No MtrstMMf. No C. 0. D.'t Dmmg Solo
HUBBY FAILS 10 MAKE
GOOD THREAT TO NLL
SELF IF SUED BY WIFE
Court Allowed Him a Month to
Do the Job, but He Hasnt,
So Case Goes On.
Sfr Kathryn OltUlmaa. a
nu milliner, derided to-day that ah hod
waited a reasonable time tor h
lnd to commit tulcld and this I
th necessity of divorcing htm. A
ago iMtterman. wbo I a wealthy
chant and lives at Hartford orlSa SSaa
(lit M man No. 1 sent word to Jogdgo
tMagerleh. through his attornsy. .
Harwwin that he would kill hlaiMtf tf
ths Stvorce action were brought to JSJS,
Justice Utagarlrh said he wouM tT
accommodate Olttetman. and
Mi oaa one month to a If th
war carried out. Th oaaa IT oi
Mf.' na lender again to-day
"Any word from the defendant" gs-
gulred th Court.
"No, Tour oaor." answered ll I log I
Apfel, th attorn, for Mrs. Oittaessaa
"We believe, however, that you hajr
saved a human life, lnaansueh a Mt
Oittclman ha undoubttdly bad tloa in f
think over his tbtaat."
vary well, then: we'll go ahead
, . . .
.T. "'"""an. we, , married la S
I nrieen years ago. Plffiiswoa
arose flve yiar aan. ...d th. h..M...a
, ritt ned to Vlralnl. n.i nmin .
"srrrora. where he engaged In i .net nee
.inpiiiima asre. Kllietman npeneo tip a
millinery shop in New York and aroo-
tered When ehe wihed to be free re
cently she learned the New Tork courts
do not recognise decrees such as OiO
telmsn obtained. Then .he started a
dlaorra action her.
Oitt.lmsn did not intend to defend the
action, hut told his- attorney the dle
grare of being ud with his wife as
co-respondent wen uch that he weald
he driven to commit suicide Mrs. Olt
telman will obtain her final dear in
three month, after which OHteltnaa
may be remarried to hi present wife.
Q Shr pays 70c for poor tat)
and 70 stamps; 50c for the
same tea and 50 stamps. The
moreehf pays the more
stamps she gets. She talks
in her sleep about filling a
"book" and kens not that a
92.00 chair costs $10.00 if
she fills the book.
AT VAN DYK'S
The Beat. 35c lb.
Very Good, 25c lb.
The Best, 31c lb.
Very Good, 23c lb.
and puts $10.00 In the
bank while the foolish
sister fills a book.
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Van Dyk foods can only b
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