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K E. CLARENCE JONES
Miss 13elden Wants $25,000
Fron Banker She Says Failed
i m to Keep Promise.
COMPLAINT IS FILED.
Lawyers for Defendant Insist
She Must Tell All the
.It a at In her room at the Narrr
Aawtmtnli. No. 16.. West Fifty-eighth
In V.in Inner part of July. 1111.
hat I-;. Clarence John, the millionaire
tubman and banker of No. 100 Broad
15, asked Miss Kathrrtne Cecilia
eldrn to become hie bride, according
1 the young girl's complaint In a
e.onn breach of ornmtai action, form.
dy placed on file In the County Clerk'a
Attached to the complaint, which waa
dfwn by Whtteeide Stryker of No.
William street, le a notice of appear-1
tab stating that Solomon Kanford, the
patonal friend and attorney of the
11 Jamee R Keene of No. 41 Wall
tret, haa been retained by Mr. Jonee
ta gontaat the action. Mr. Jonea'a
Mar to the young woman's charges
ha not been filed aa yet. In all prob
swAly, according to an associate of
Mr.Hanford. bill of particular will
aa emended of Miss Betden at onca In
whin aba will be aakad to itate with
Mr deflnltenees the daya and tlmee
ef ta day on which ahe claims Jonea
sake bar to become Mrs. Jonas.
11a Balden' complaint la brief. It
abate that Jonea proposed marriage to
bar Jid, "at the request of the defend,
alt, the promised to marry htm" at a
toe "to be mutually agreed upon and
eatah a rtssouabls thne after the de-
It's wjnsses to and return from
he further alleges that. oonfhHng In
Jones's arotnles. aha baa always since
rsniainad and la bow willing and ready
to marry Jones She says that Jonas
baa "tatted and refused to agree upon a
data for the marriage, and haa failed
to marry plaintiff, although
a rsasonaJUe time Hat
. Cct. 80. MTU, on which data
la ronaluaton. alias Be Wise states that
abg haa suffered bodily and Mental In
Jsry, and baa been bald up to ridicule
aaal iswmmst. and haa bean da mag SI ta
toe aslant of eV,000.
When the action waa first 1 nought Miss
Balden petitioned the Court to appoint
iugusrln Derby, an attorney of Rye.
t. T.. aa her guardian ad litem. It being
aw Impression that ahe waa stBl a mt
sjr. Ths petition stated that she waa
Bra Jan. 11. UM. Her attorneys then
ad occasion to refer to the minutes of
atrial recently held before Judge Oave-
sa. at which Miss Belden's mother,
bs. Katharine Belden-Sully-Ballou-
In an action brought by Dr. Joseph
IBIsssU against the executors of the
kta of Alfred Sully, the railroad flnan-
who died In 101. Dr. Blssell sued
medical eervlces rendered Miss Bei
ge's mother. It was testified that Sully
Ws the father of iMIss Balden and her
to brothers. Reginald and Cecil, and
cat Miss Balden waa born la 1M la
tyer Stryker thsn had the guardian-
Last aside, and announced that Mls
did not need a guardian to pros-
bar gallon against Jonea.
Aakad to explain the discrepancy be
ween the SS.000 asked in the formal
amp) tint and the 1100,000 damages
aught by Mlaa Balden, aooordlng to first
(ssssrt Lawyer Stryker stated that the
(gasstlon of money waa of little lra-
-This young lady la suing for the pro
of her good name," eeid the
KlSSLESS RACE IN 2013;
ALL WILL WEAR TROUSERS.
Vjrecast of the Doings in Future
Years Put in Suffragette Play
by Society Woman.
WASHINGTON. May . Sktrta will
. discarded by the time the year I01S
lis around and both sexes will parade
Oriental trousers, kleslng at that time
HI hare gone th- way of the skirts
a sentimental couples bent on matrt
nby will bs compelled to approach the
air armed with personal health certifi
ers. These predictions are made In
atoms written by Mrs. Christian Hem-
gal a local society woman and suf
frilat whtoh. It waa announced to-day.
Ill a) produced here this month for
Cisbsasflt of the suffragists' cause,
la .naectlon with a morality play, also
win by Mrs. Hemmlck.
Onplete reviews of both plays are to
be Iven at a meeting In the Chamber
of tmmoree this week. The author Is
to sBlaln the Inspiration and object of
srVo efforts and Mrs. Harvey W.
W1U wife of the former Government
pu reload expert, also Is to speak. Mra
W ile, is ta lake part In ons of ths pro
ductha FEE FOR THE COUPON.
Tw Beautiful Photogravures, copies
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WHY IS YOUR MARRIAGE
WHY IS IT A FAILURE?
H I I I I I -M M H 1 1 I I I I 8 1 1 I 1
Admits that He Was a
rr VS WINS, mm - UajllMCti AM TNC -
"It Was Wine, Ugliness
That Did the Harm, and All on Account of
Being a Good Fellow, Good Company and
WeU Liked," Write "jV. O. More."
"Girls Don't Take a Liking to Sensible Men, but
They Pick Out a Swell Dresser Who Spends His
Money on Himself and Leaves Hie Family
in Rags," Says "W. C. L"
Bs Nixola Grecleg-Smith.
la Kansaa. where many strange things happen, a book has appeared
recently called "Let's Civilise the Marriage Laws," In which the author,
Richard D. Kathrens, advances the extraordinary theory that divorces
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Maybe "Kictiard u Kathrens" is merely a pen name for Mrs. Psnk
hurst or Mrs. O. H. P. Belmont. It Is certainly difficult to believe that a
man Is the author of a sentiment so supine. The Kansas sociologist hss
what he thinks Is a reason for his singular theory, of course. As nearly
as I can make It out. It Is that a man's sentimental preferences don't mstter
particularly, but that woman, "the mother of the race," Is entitled to abso
lute choice of a mate, and then If she doesn't llko him she has the right to
AN OPINION 80 REMARKABLE IT
This Is quite the most remarkable
expression of opinion relating to mar
rlags that has appeared In a long time.
It la so extraordinary that iri-ny of us
will find It funny. To ma it Is Inter
esting mainly because It le euch a com
plete reversal of the age-old theory
that woman aa the mother o' the race
may have one choice only, but that man
la entitled to be a moral rreebooter
because his actions have no rffect on
racial Integrity. No womsn worth con
sidering would claim divorce a spe
cial privilege of lier sex, and among
men I am sure Mr. Riohard D. Kath
rens stands alone In hla opinion. In
the course of this discussion of the
succeassa and failures of marriage aav- .
oral unhappy wives have written me of
what they considered unbaaraole home,
conditions and have asked for advice ',
as to whether they shuuld our.tlnus to
endure or should seek relief through !
divorce. There are many pur.uns whoso
rsllglous beliefs reject the Idea of dl-
vorce under all clrcumetances, and It Is
csrtalnly not the province of a writer
to recommend to any one a courss of
action contrary to his or her religious
faith. But there are thousands of
others who have no religious sam
ples against the severance of the mar
rlags tie, but who nevertheless hesi
tate on the threshold of divorce, whleh
Is really a sort of bankruptcy, a publlo
acknowledgment of failure.
BTevertheless a baakrapt, what
ever yon may say obout htxa, Is
baakrapt. Me eaaaot pretend to sat.
veaoy very loag with any sort ef
saeeaag, sad X east see way par
sons who Sad their hearts baakrapt
of love for each other should earn
Haas to atacrlags whoa their sssits
have entirely disappears.
To me divorce seems to be social
surgery, nothing mora It Is like am
putation to prevent blood poisoning or
an operation for cancer. But last as a
doctor now and then advleea an un
necessary operation, a lawyer here and
there recommends and sffscts s divorce
which should never be at all. Perhsps
in esses which do not Involve Infidelity
It might bo poaalble to refuse divorce
to couples who had bean married leas
thsn Ave years.
MAKING MARRIAGE MORE DIFFI
CULT. The Baal hopeful outlook
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Coprwgat. UU, by Ths Press Publishing Oe. (The MMr York World).
and the Same Old Grouch
bouid be granted only to
"The ends of Justice and of society
would be bettor served," be writes,
"If a divorce ware granted to any
wife who would be willing to ask it
She should not be required to subject
herself to the shame of detailing for
the delectation of a curious and gos
sipy public ths Indignities she any
have endured, or of confessing say
of her own frailties or mistakes. In
cases where the wife sues for di
vorce the decree should invariably
go to the-plalntlff, and In all divorce
notions instituted by the husband,
but contested by the wife, the Court
should always sustain the contention
of the defendant, especially If she
sets up In her petition that she loves
her husband and sincerely desires to
continue as his wife."
future, however, lies In making mar
riage more difficult. The present wide
spread movement among the clergy to
refuse marriage without a certificate
or neaitb Is the best weapon sgalnst
divorce they have ever held. When
this practice becomes universal It must
nave an enact on the number of mari
great oeal of auperlor cant la
talked on the subject of divorce. Per
sons who denounce It without reaaon
seem to forgot that It Is practically the
uuirersai law or ths United state and
" reiormsr who holds himself
above the law la In precisely the aame
voeiuon or anarchy aa the criminal
who places himself below it ni...
surgeon's k. lfe. shouM h
SOUSht onlv whan !! nMU ,. - mi
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Rvenlng World readers follow
HE WRITES HIMSELF DOWN A
Dear Madam: This Is just . tale of
the unhappy aids of msrrled life,
and may the cause and effect be
ths means or regulating the mind of
soms reader who Is nesrly as big a
fool as I waa The old saying, that
wine, woman and song sre the ruin
of homes does not apply In my case.
I "aa wlas. ugllnsaa and the sams
old grouch thst always goes with it
that did the harm. Tou must hear of
a very cute and ounnlng habit I had,
and that was to take an exceptional
ly good load of intoxlcanta that I
bad aboard around the neighbor
hood, so that all our friends and
neighbors could look It over and see
how near a tank a man can be. My
wife atuck. pleaded and begged tor
twenty years until i wore the last of
her love and respect to the breaking
point, and thsn came the smash. It
cams so quickly that I am actually
dodging yet, And It wss all on ac
count of being a good fellow, good
company sad wall iiksd. and not
having sense enough In thta knob of
mine to atop long enough to think
that there la an end to everything,
even love. To-day I have plenty of
time to reflect that I was sn ab
solute fool, para and simple (very
etrong on ths simple). To-night I
am writing; this on my knae In s
furnished room in place of being
to my own home, with a wife and
two children, who ware Interested in
task husband and iataar, X
1 1 1 h 1 1 1 n n t turn
M 1 1 1 1 M M M 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 H M
Up His Home by Drink
r -i-ri-ri-rr i'i'ri-iirvirrnnnrinriirrvrrinrumrLajiru
Fool, Pure and Simple.
-SAHC OtS QftOUCM Mt MWST ITCS MP HIS SUCfVTATIOM
that oio tm ham; A jwcu. ostitis rrero .
tJ- nts torse am csMte uvave mom
N totofe f ssovtx y
I -fna ovl --cr
orlea of what la lost are bound to ap
pear to a man In my position, and
the bast I can sat la regrets. To-day
I am living a good, clean, temperate
life, making the beat I can out of
It. getting all the good I can from it.
and In aplta of all my real and
fancied troubles I honestly and sin
cerely am thankful that morally my
vow waa not broken from the day of
my marriage to date (of that I am
proud), and that I have come to a
full realisation of myself ss seen
by others, and that my sacrifice wllf
be to do sll the good I can. In all
the ways I can. and by so doing will
be a help and not a drag. Now, boye,
take warning and say
N. O. MORS).
WANTS A WIFE WHO CAN MAKE
Dear Madam: When I marry I
want a plain, every day girl who
doee not seek style and paint, but
one who prefers making her own
clothes, which should be neat and
plain. That le the kind of girl a man
can feel proud of when he Introduces
her to hla friends and be can have
the honor of saying aha makes her
own clothes, but the only man who
can win a girl of this type Is one who
can't appreciate her. The fault of
such girls is that they don't take a
liking to the right man. a man who
would love, honor and appreciate
thorn, but they pick out the kind of
fellow called a swell dresser. What
becomes of this swell dresser after he
la married? He has always been ad
mired by the girls and therefore
must keep up his reputation on hla
small salary, though he lets hla wife
and children live from hand to mouth.
W. C. L.
OR. FRIEDMAN'S "CURE"
IS HIT BY HOMER FOLK
IN TALK ON TUBERCULOSIS
"One of the Adverse Factors Re
tarding Prevention of White
Plague," He Says at Meeting.
WASHINGTON, May d "One of the
adverse factors that ars retarding the
prevention of the white plague." was
ths characterization applied to Dr. P.
P. Prledniann's tuberculosa vaccine by
President Homer Polks in his opening
sddress to-day at the meeting of the
National Association for tin, Htudy snd
Prevention of Tuberculosis.
"Nothing like the eerie of events."
said ths speaker, "which followed the
announcement of the Prlsdmann 'ours'
in Berlin has hitherto occurred In the
tuberouloels camp'ilirn. Only thoee
who have bean engaged from day to
day in Inducing state and local author
ities to approprlata funds can appreci
ate bow vastly more difficult thle task
baa been made In the last few months
by ths extremely effective prss sgnts
of Dr. Prledmsnn.
"Thus far, It has sot been evident
to ms as a layman, that any of those
who have had to do with ns subject In
thla country have won much credit.
"When the Prledmann 'cure' haa
taken Its legitimate place and as.
chance, has 'bean forgotten, we ahsll i
remember those processions coming
from everywhere whom the announce- !
men; of the 'cure' summonud to our ;
A SAD BMW.
tVYaa the Detroit Kite Vnm.)
"1 know I'm not very attractive, but
I had no Idea 1 wus beginning to look !
old as well as plain." site said.
But you're not."
' Tss. I am. A man offen d me his
seat In the strsst car to-duy. and toad
tss tist time that's aaPbgngd kg eea
hi nun . ; t.
of a Series.
I t I'M IH 1 1 1 1 1 1 II M I H I I M
PAIR LOSE 4 CHILDREN
BY FIRE, BUT PRAYERS
BRING THEM TRIPLETS
Louis and Rebecca Isler Are
Happy Again, for They
Have New Family.
On the last day of January of last
year, when Uiuls and Ilebecca Isler
were living at No. El lingers avenue,
Ilrooklyn, a sudden Are swept about
them and consumed their four children
two boys and two girls which waa the
sum of the whole family and the pride
of a father's and a mother's heart
To-day, three sons were born to Re
becca In thenew home at No. 7a) Pros
The grief thst descended upon the
rather and mother, after that appalling
calamity of a year ago. had left a per
manent scar In their hearts. They
themselves were burned, terribly burned.
In trying to bring their tittle ones out of
the flames, and when, with rhelr
scorched bodlos and seared hearts, they
faced life anew. It was under a great
weight of travail.
But I'Ouls und lU hecca arc very pious
folk. They attend the Congregation Ovl
Yltzchok In Brooklyn, and Louis Is. be
sides, a member of the Congregation
Beth Israel. Constantly they prayed fur
other children to till the place in their
bosoms which yearned for the touch of
hnnds that were gone.
During recent montiis ths msn and
his wife were happy, for the. know ths
wish of their hearts waa o bs granted.
HUrly this morning Dr. Harold Rablno
wlts of No. 64 MrKlbuen street, came
to the house on Prospect plaoa and he
was there many hours. In ths snd he
took I 'OUls isler aside and spoke a worl
In his ear:
"The great Ood kSS listened to your
prayer," said ths doctor. "You have
three sons." His syes lighted with en
thusiasm. "Much eons, I-ouis: They
sre each six pounds snd lusty as young
Next Tliursdsy the-e will be a great
feast In the haSSf of Isler the fssat
of the christening All or ths aslghbor
hood will bs there and wine will flow
to the honor of the three sons.
PRESS AGENT MES FOR PAY.
James foetus Jr. Aake SSMW Proas
James Pooton jr., filed suit In ths
Bupremu Court, to-day, against the ex
ecutors of the estate of Edward I'.
Hatch, a promoter, who had extenslvs
real estate Interests In Qusens, to re
cover P.000. In tils complaint, Pooton
r wears Hatch engaged Mm In July. ISM,
to act as prers agent In creating favor
able public sentlmsnt among Nsw
York's cltixeniy tuwsrd the purchase
if Ro-kaway lands for u park Poten
further svem he a as to receive .li
week and li.bM as toon its the city
authorities agreed to the SfoJSSt
Hatch died Kept. &, i r. and Puoten
alleges tli.it. though the city purrhaiod
ths psrii Unds, hs has never bssn psld
siuiar the steal ipaad er ths fMM.
UNITED IN FIGHT
FOR ANEW TRIAL
Counsel to Seek Stay as Soon
as Four Are Sentenced
TO TRY DUFFY NEXT.
Then Sweeney Graft Case
Will Be Taken Up, Prob
ably Before Goff.
While the four convicted former Po
lice Inspectors ars believed to hold the
key to revelations that will take the graft
Investigation Into high places, none had
made any effort te-day to make terms
with Ptetr Id -Attorney Whitman. Mur
tha la considered the most likely to ask
for clemency, but A. H. Olibert. hie Bt
The report that he will confess Is
absolutely absurd. He hss nothing to
When Sweeney. Hussey. Thompson
and Murths are arraigned to-morrow
before Justice Heabury for sentence the
District-Attorney will ask tho msslmum
penalty In each case on year In Black
well's Island penitentiary and UO fine.
Immediately after sentence thslr coun
sel will aak Justice Pendleton for write
of reasonable doubt. The chief grounds
alleged will be that no conspiracy waa
proved, and that all the witnesses who
appeared before the Orand Jury were
accomplices and so designated by Jus
tice Heabury In hit charge to the Jury.
While no definite announcsment baa
i been made. It It believed Mr. Whitman
will bring Herat. Peter Duffy to trial
on June I on a charge of collecting graft
for Sweeney. Justice doff will return
to the Criminal Branch May 28 and sll
for three weeks.
The trial of Sweeney on the strongsst
of the dosen or more bribery Indict
ments against blm Is expected to follow.
The srguinent hat been mads to Mr.
Whitman by friends of the convicted
men that to try them further would
savor of persecution, but such talk does
not Influence him.
Mr. Whitman Is said to feel that his
main hope to reach "higher up" In the
graft Inquiry rests on "putting ths
screws" on ons or more of the four
former Inspectors. To stop with their
present convictions might mean ths snd
of the graft exposures. Another thing,
It Is pointed out for him that It would
be unfair to let Sweeney off with one
year on a mlsdsmesnor charge when hi
wardman, Robinson, got from six to tan
years for collecting graft for him. Hence
It it likely he will keep after Sweeney
even If the graft charges against the
others sre never tried.
Of the four prisoners. Sweeney ssemt
most affected by the verdict. It It re
ported he ran hardly eat or sleep.
The wlfa of former Inspector Thomp
son Is prostrsted at her home, No. U
Charles street, as a result of her hus
Oeorge tlordun Battle, acting for Swee
ney; Prancls L. Well man and Herbert
Smyth, for Husary. and A. 8. Olibert.
for Murthn. were positive In their state-
menta In-day that an appeal would be
John IV Htanchfleld, counsel for
Thompson, wot out of town, but he
and Assoclste Counsel Arnold Davis
will have a conference to-day and de
cide on the next move.
There was a pers.alent report abau1
the orflcn of the District-Attorney. In
splta of statements from counst.. th i
one or more of the convicted Inspect"'
wctild not apply for a certificate si
reasonable doubt, believing It safsr ta
"taks their medicine" than to fac,
Other Juries on a more serious chsrgt
"I don't believe Murtha's verdict wl)
stand the test of the Appellate Divi
sion." Mr. Gilbert said. "I am going la
fight It through for him. You canaol
deny too strongly that hs has any In
tention of quitting.
It Is known that pressors It belnt
brought on Murtha to keep him fron
going over to the District-Attorney, h.
counsel's statement notwithstanding
Visitors In the Tnmhs yesterday encour
aged him. told htm ho had nothing t
fear, and advised him to "sit tight."
Murtha is a cellmats of Sweeney, th
two occupying No. I'd. and Sweeney I
doing his utmost to raits Murtha
spirits In cell No. 100 aro Thompsm.
and RusNVi who have be-u called th
two gsmest men In the department.
10,000 PLATES OF SOUP
ALIVE IN THIS CARGO
Forty Big Turtles Weighing 300
Pounds Arrive cm the Mag
dnlena. The steamer Mugdalena or the Ki I '
Mill I. ne arr.vtd this morning fro
3outtiampton by way of West Ind, i
i.rta snd Colon. n the forward deel
were forty mammoth turtles welghlnx
about M pounds each. An Kng.lsnin i
named Smith was In charxe of tie
turtle, and the pj'nengers dubbed Slut
the bosun's yeotnnn.
Smith wont among ths live ones In his
bars Isgt till one of the snappeir
snapped his shank, and It took lares
sailors to lar him Ioom.
A mathtmatlcal passenger on the
Magdalene flgured out that the c,rj
would make Just 1O.0UO plates of given
trallke Lawyer Men.
man the M.iberty alo.l Monitor.)
It happened In Judge Tedfnrd's ouurt
and the witness was a negro woman,
whose reply tu every uuery was "I
finally the opposing lawyer rose and
pounded on the desk. "Now. v., i lunk
here,'' he ruared, "you cut out that
thinking bue.ness and answer my
queetlons. Now talk."
"Mr. l-awyer Man," aaid the witness,
"Mr. lawyer Man, you all will hsve to
'acute ms. I tln't like you all 'temrys
i iB I tajik wrUMtu
14-YEAR-OLD BRIDE WWO
LEFT HER HUSBAND OH
DAY OF HEM MARRIAGE,
MASHER GETS 30 DAYS
IN WORKHOUSE FOR AN
No Use for Men Who Insult
Women in the Street,
Kor thirty daya at least Joseph Keho
of No. M Domtnlck street will aeoost
no young woman whom hs dues not
know for he started to-day In serve a
month's term In the Workhouse for
hiving tried to start a flirtation with
Miss Ada Miller of No. IT W. Tenth
Magittratt Krotel In Night Court de
clared. In pronouncing sentence:
"It's pretty nearly tlmu that man of
your sort learned not tn Insult rosing
women In the streets. Tha quicker rati
end your hind get a thorough Under
standing of this the 4sttar It will bs far
you. Mean time I'll gtve you thirty
daya so tfhat the knowledge may bs tav
presaed on your mind at least "
Mitt Miller wag supported la fear
"hang against Itaho ta win iUuj.
Wngatt. a Oovernment Investigator of
wmie slavery, tbjs young wotrtea were
patting through University Plate Whes
Itaho acooated them Whan they Mad
to pans on and not notice Mm at mads
Insulting- remarks and Mist Wlngate
wised him by ths arm. Miss Miller
came to the assistants of her friend
and although Itaho tried hard to gat
awav. .the slew liaU u- ju . iio.
for help, until PoUoemaa Hsfler of flit I
ssorotr street station, came op on the
run. Itaho had almost wrested himself
frse from the grasp of the young wo
men when the policeman added Ms
strength to theirs and Itaho surrend
ered. In court he Insisted that the women
had made a nilstaka and telatd tht
wrong man. Tht man who had ao
costed them, he declared, had escaped
and In atlslng him they had caught
a perfectly innocent man.
30TS TEETH WORTH MORE
THAN $25 EACH IN COURT.
Jury Awards Lad Only $5o for
Two He Lost and Judfe
Orders New Trial.
Twelve Jurymen, who failed to reotem-
ier that a twelve-year-old boy cannjt
tiosr nsw teeth to replace those ha may
avs lost, wtrt roundly censured for
over-looking thlt common knowltdgs of
parents by City Court Justice rineitta
-day. The Jury gave Kranele MnTague
nly M for two teeth knocked out by a
all from a ttrest ear and tha Court r
. ..tssd the veiulot snd granted the bay
a new trial.
Wltnrs.s for the lad testified the
inotormao started tha car at Twenty-
ulrd street and Ninth avtnut last Juiy
s suddenly that Utile McTagut wus
urled to the psvenent. A"nnie for
he railroad claimed Francis came by
UM Injuries while running Is catch ths
AT. Ths Jury he.leved ths boy.
"Fifty dollars Is not sutficltat to pay
he boy for ths Injuries received to h's
iead and side and the breaking of lite
two t'eta." exclaimed the Court. "The
ury thould havg borne in mind the
losttmony at hit sgs as around twelve
t nars and that net ttuth do not grow
ut that ags. thereby the boy wtl! be no
doubt handicapped In futuro life y tha
ta of these two teeth."
ALLOWED LITTLE GIRLS TO
ENTER HIS MOVIE SHOW.
Switzky Had a Policeman Watching
for Low l.ifes, but the Cop
Nathan Hwltggy Is torry bt tvtr both-
red ths pollcs about tha low Uftt that
lung arounn his moving plcturt enow at
So. Mt Central avenue, Prooglyn, fo-
now Mr. flwltsky has got to go to court
on May l: and saplaln why ho admits
in nors to hie show.
It all came about when HwHsfcy kept
coin plaining to Cupt. John Uecker at
the Hamburg avenue police station hum
loafers blocked the door of bla abow.
Meeker promised to tea about It, and he
told Porictman Fields to ktop a tharp
watch ovtr tht plate.
fields watched aa aharply last nlgVi
mat ne taw in res milt gtrit euttr tha
enow unescorted and he promptly ar-
JsSse aJ ti "-'rfeflas mm
M afcvil if if
ratted Swltaky Magistrate Walali
ACTOR FOR TAKING
Joatft R9EE DMltaAttorney
t Take Action en Their
r star aid USlan Hats-
John m. Oaohran. a Bread a ay a -tor
inmasitte echoed. Jatttea Ooff, t
dar. directed Joseph If. Sebum, th.
CJrl't law ear, to etrbmlt the minutes of
trial ta Dlstrtot-Attornay Whitman
With a view of lodging; serious oharger
gainst the theeplan.
fist llamhro Is tht daughter of Wl.i
Ism llamhro. a diamond dealer, at N"
O Nassau street. On Sept. M, Itu Ska
and Cochran eloped to ths parsonage j'
the llav. Max Dletsrle of No. 10..I Hud
son street. Hohoken. where they wsi.
married. An alderman tn the Clly Hai
In New Tork had just refused to tie the
knot, deaplte the fact that the marrtag-lk-er.se
elerk had Issued a certificate. A
the rsoiiset of Cochran, Miss Hambr
had sworn faltely to her age In hot I
The chlld-brlde's story sxriied th
wrath of JaStlN (luff.
Counsellor. 1 direct j 0ii tn place th!
matter brfora the District-Attorney a
enct." ha said. 'This It a moat out
rageous piece of knavery. Not only bee
this defendant overstepped the statute:)
of abduction, but he has committed a
grave an offense by deliberately msklnt
good his clsbn that he 'could beat th
law of this Stala' by taking this Infan
ta a neighboring State Jo marry her."
Istwyer Srhntta told Jostles doff tho
last heard of fochrsn was at Chicago,
whence the husband had written several
letters to his bride's attorney, constat
Ing to the tnnulmtnt.
Cochran, In wooing ths girl. It was
testified, graphically painted the fularc
bt rainbow colors. He told of hla sk
cast at a matinee idol, hla bona on
Washington Heights, and hla home in
the West, with Ut rowuoyt snd It
When thslr wedding was blocked a
tha City Hall, Cochran, according la tl
"Cease, dear, ITJ abow you bow to
eat these stupid laws We'll run ovr
I Jsreey. wMoh It a regular Slat"
where we won't have any trouble."
TXrectly after tha ceremony Cochran
returned ta Ness Tor aad took Ms bride
Ma aaaaeior apartaatnt. There fe
rae overcame bar sad aba tried. ar
grlsf developed lata hysterics sad before
night she rushed from ths place, bai
lees and costless, into the street. Cooh-
rsn pursued her and bagged bar not to
tall her parents, tad above alt aat to
aay ba know aba was only fourteen
rears tad. straightway aba waat to
bar fatber'a home s tha Bronx and con
fessed bar marriage
That afternoon Cochran fled from aba
city. Three months' effort failed ta st
eals blm. The proceedings before Juadea
Ooff to-day wars tha raauM.
Colored Haa r.ssg Sbkad
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