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Doctors Announce That with
One Week of Rest He Will
Be Able to Resume
yGER TO TAKE UP FI3HT
finds That Bryan Has Misquot
ti Him and Wants to Answer
and Nurse for
TelcsTSP*" to The Trlhutie 1
Ovster Bay, N. Y? Oct. 22,-Ex
prwident Rooaevell went to sleep at
g-ramore Hlll to-night without a
chyslcl?n nenr hy for the first time
r I'AL M A R
?9 1>Beat Btreet
Cross Bill Folds, Wallets,
CIGARfTTTE CA3K- R*-1. Green Mv:
IhaMa Frame; Vtry I" at ''a-*-. One Com
partmtnt for C'lrar'etK-*. BBBJ eo (\(\
Buttoti Fa-tener . %pO.\J\f
WALLKT I'lgakln; 3 Coiv.rartrppnt- for
Paper*, ??.? ; 1 C<- .-? Jo 50
BILL FOLP?Pirakln; 1 I.arire Blll OBBB
**r:rr.?r.t. 4 Kxtra Po.keta ano *1 Cf|
J g-amp Pockats. ?pi.UV
Catalorue Sent t'pon Reque-t
World'a f,reate?t I.entlier Store*
1* Flfth ATeaue 253 Drondiray
Boaton?145 Tremont Street
It is another name for the
United States this year. For the
first time in history this countrv
ii expected to practically feed all
Bld crop* there,?reeord crops
here furnish the cause. Good
buiinesi' Yes, not only ior the
?armers htit for everybody. The
enornious shipments of foodstuffs
mean the employment of vast
?rmies of men in the transporta?
lt means good waRf? for work?
er*?and money tor everybody to
ipend. In short, it means good
times and prosperity.
New York City usually gets the
lion's share of national prosper?
ity. To start advertising NOW
in the N'ew York City Surface
Cars means appealing to a buying
atidience exceeding 1.8fKj,000a day.
N'ew Ynrkers have many wants
and money to satisfy them. They
know from experience that none
but honest propnsitiuns are adver
I'sed in the Surface Cars.
Cet yours in the Cars without
delay?rjet your share of the com
vVe have the exclusive control of
?11 the advertising space in all the
New York City Surface Cars
Fifth Avenue 'Buses
Study the Cards
We hjfoe a Standard
New York City Car
225 Fifth Avenue
Telephone 4680 Madison
162 WEST l*?fTY-B<?iTH .'JTVCT
Only two suitea on
a floor. Each having
a atreet frontage of
over one hundred feet.
since he was shot. He felt so well
fifter hls homecomin*- this forenoon
that he dlsmissed the doctors a few
houra later. Even the nurse was told
that hls presence during thr- nlght was
The wounded man. once h? had as
cended to hls sleeping room. on those, -
I ond floor, was UUdrosaed anrl put to
bad. He confessed that the Journey
home had fatigued him, hut |-e goyly
a-serted that with a little Heep he
would soon be feellng "as nt av ?., M*
Sagamore Hlll was qoitC trans
formed this evenlng. This morning.
npon the arrival of Colonel Roosevelt.
wlth hlt. immedlate family and hls four
physlcians. the house was practically
in command of the doctors, while the
entrance to the Sagamore Hlll grounds
was guarded to keep all strnngers and
curloua persons at bay.
No sooner had Colonel Roose\elt's
physlcians taken leave than the can?
didate issued orders to have tbe guards
withdrawn. At dusk the only guard
was Jamos Anios. Colonel RuoseveK's
colored servant. who is every Inch as
devoted a "bodyguard" as ever kept
wateh over n klng.
Hapny To Be in Own Room.
From James the newspaper men.
learned that Colonel Roosevelt was i
trllle pale, but as game as he i ver araa
in his life, when he cllmbod the broad
stnirs leading from the maln hall t?>
hls aleeplng room above. Ho eank back
Into the easy bed with a sigb aml a
smlle of almost childlsh d^llght be?
cause he was under his own roof, the
place where he has longed to be ?
since he was forced to go to bed at
the Mercy Hospltal ln Chlcago a week
After he had eeten a llght "mipper"
the colonel dosed off and raught up on
some of hls sleep lost on the Jolting,
swaylng sleeper. His wound was ooz
Ing serum almost contlnually, but this
was not weakenlng?only ? hopeful
sign that dralnage was taking place.
and the physiclans were satislled.
Mrs. Roosevelt dld not allow her vigi
lanco to wane ln the close wateh she
kept over her husband since he entered
hls home thls forenoon. The .-olonel
was feellng 80 bappy over h's home
eomlng that he wanted to talk with
('eorge Emlen Rooeevelt, the rolo?
nel's cousln, who has OCtod as a "buf
fer" for the colonel since hls return,
said last nlght that the patient was in
better splrits and health than he bad
Leen since he was shot.
Colonel Roosevelt has expresatd
sire tO recelve the newspaper men on
Wednoaday and to re-eatabliah as
much M posslble the routlne of his
buey campaign life. Ii la npparent,
however. that he wlll not leave Saga?
more Hlll for at leaet one week.
Wouldn't See Hotchkiss.
Wilitam H. Hotchklss, Progressive
chairman of New York State, called at
Sagamore Hlll Ihis afternoon. bul he
did not icet to thr- leaders berlsldc.
Colonel Roosevelt said he would obey
his doctors nnd see no one on strictly
offldal business?not even Hotchkiss.
Avoids Greeting st Ststion.
The Roosevelt special pulled Into th*>
Pennsylvania station at 8:02 o'clock. two
minutes ahead of time. thia morning. lt
was a matter of less thaji half an hour
before Colonel RoOOOVOlt'a prlvate < ar
Ideal was shunted to the tunnel track*.
and the train. wlth a comblnatlon bag*
gage and COach, was started for ?jroaaet,
a station four mllea aouth of Oyster Bay,
where Colonel Koosevelt was traasferred
quic-kly to a Umoualna and hurrled to Sac
ainore Hlll -"olonel Roosevelt walked
to the houae and waa naalsted to hia bed
room, on the second floor.
The crowd of several hundred perpons
at Oyster Bay was greatly dlsappolnted
over the failure of the party to come Into
the station. About balf an hour before
the speelaJ traln arrlved at Syoeset some
on? Rot wind of the ehangt of Ibe plana,
and automobllea were at a premlum in
the vtllage. Newspaper photographers
who had swarmed down to the bay, aoon
were raclng over the smooth road ln
swlft automobllea, atid many of them
reachi-d Syoaaet before Colonel Roosevelt.
While the candldate was belng asalBted
Into hlB automobile the battery of cam
eras otlcked rapldly.
To lessen the dieappolntment of the
crowd at Oyster Bay the followlng bul
letln was sent to the Btatlon master:
Coloptl Roosevelt has atood the trlp
well but we belleve him ln no condition
to stand the excltement of recelvlt.g hls
frlends at OyBter Hay. He deeply ap
preclates thelr Interest ln hlai welfa.e
We rerret the necesslty of avoldlng land
ing at Oyster Ray. but Aoom It hjtterfOT
hlm to go dlrect to Sagamore Hlll vilth
out eomlng here.
Thls was slgned by Dr. Joseph A. Blake,
Dr. Oeorge Brewer, Dr. Alexander K.
Laambert and Dr. 8. L. Terrell.
The flrat to greet Colonel Roosevelt at
Sagamore Hlll was Willlam Bayllss, the
gardener. Soxt came Ralph Amoa, the
?'Hello. Bllly." "Hello, Ralph.' the
colonel crled ln a fairiy steady volce.
"I'm feellng bully."
May Speak ln a Week.
As Boon as the colonel was taken up
stalra the physiclans who accompanled
him home from Chlcago made a careful
oxamlnatlon of the wound. At 1002
o'clock they gave out the followlng state
Colonel Rooeevelt must have one week
of abaolute reat. If he gets lt we hope
he will be able to make several speeches
from then on to the end of the cam
nalun If he doesn't get II he cannot get
Into the campalgn at all. But lf he gets
the desired reBt he should be able not
only to make the Madlson Square speech.
btrt several others.
The bulletln was glven to the press by
Oeorge Emlen Koosevelt. He assured ths
newspaper men that Colonel Rooeevelt
v.-as much better than he was when he
left Chlcago. "He wants to talk wlth
everv one," said Mr. Roosevelt. "and he
ls full of hla nldtlme spirlt. too. He
ke,,,* asnding for me and .isks me to
talk with him on a hundred and one dlf?
The erowda of e.irloua peraona had ex
tended to the very gates of . 'olonel
Riroa-velfa premlaea Ihis morning. They
were there when the rolonel's limouaine
sped up the hlll. In order to lnaure the
,-roteetlon of the house from the Invaslon
of the morbidly curious the family had
Ollver Roosevelt, son <>f Mra. J wefg
RooaaveN. statloned at the entrance W
.,... grooado, aad until nlghtfall the guard
waa maintalned. Not even the liewa
paper nien were able to got by It.
Wante to Tackle Bryan.
Aa aoon aa the morning newspapers were
handed to Colonel Rooeevelt yesterd_y
the speech of Willlam Jennlnga Bryan
made at Canton. Ohlo. caught hls eye.
AB goea hh the story was read to him
i-olonel Hooaevelt aald he belleved that
Mr Bryan had mlsquoted him. Two eec
COLONEL ROOSEVELT'S HOMEGOMING.
_ . 'f'rio'oirniph ropvrlBht bf Henrv 8t?ff>n.>
1 rogressive candidate leaving his car at Syogf^t. Long Island. He wore the overcoat that he had on
when shot. I he cross indicatc-s tho bullel hole in thc parment. Rehind him i* F.lhert Martin, who
captured Schrank. To tb.- left ?\aU<h Cecil Lyon, of Texas.
retarlea w,.-i<- oel at work delvtna Inte
Roo terell Bli b
nel hnri tha aatlafa tlon "f knowlna that
; .. loaa n aardli g Mi
One of the fln I thlni I lai tl ?
more Hlll waa to taki
with Mr. Bryan An early b ill* lii ? ? *?
oul by the r ' "? ",A~
tlon In Nr-w Y.,rk, IndlCBted that '
Rooaevell probably would not ?.??
lo vvait v?-iy long before he takea up the
iK-ht witti tbe I'.n.i.r DaMnoeral
date. Here is tba bulleUn:
!' ? ? ' '?
tt Ii ni'.iniiiK aft4M a B.I ' ll''-' ' "'"? ;
He atood the lourni ??? II 1 co onel
arr.se and dreseed htmsalf i.cloca,
afif-r whlrh he Bte I
fa?t foiitftlnlnj- nnirh m>' l
ikhh Bome bacon, rolli and |
There Ls BtlH BOme Bllpht <"?? h K 'roi
wound, whlch ia an ? n< oui i'
lt Iri4lleate? thnt if Ib l-allnjr nl<
ALEXANDER E LAMKKRT. .
s. n;i:v i_. TKI.IU'U.
SCHRANK SAYS HE'S SORRY
Tells Prisoner Hc Regrets At?
tack on Roosevelt.
Illrwa akee, Oct - John Schrank haa
anlveri al the staj,'.' of beina aorry for
hiH attempt 4.1, ih?. lif,. of Colonel Roeae
velt, accordlna to the Btatemenl to-day
of a prlaoner on trlal In Munlelpal Courl
John P*rey, oa trlal r<.r wife murder,
wii", lodaed In tbe Bame tlei of rella ?Mth
.-,!(. He pl* ? ?? i ' ????? > ? 11 wltl
wotild-be aaaaesln, and durina. ?"?? aame
Schrank. accordlua to Ftoy, aald
"I r-oiiHl'l*r?-'l ii my duty al th.- tlme i
*,red to rid the rountrj of a tblrd termer,
but I um Borry nOW
WOMAN LOAim'sHARK LOS?S
Technical Point Overruled by
Oourt of Appeals.
Albany, Oct BL?Tha Courl of tpp
to-day iipheld the convfetlon of Kinma
Rlomberg, ot New York. f.?r > -riarjrtiu"
more than tha Issjel rate of'lntereal on a
loaa in vi4,iation of th, banklns lha
The defenr-e COntended Ihat an aiii.-ml
m4-nt to 'he law ena< led ln 1811 forblddlna
the taklng of more than ?> per eanl m
ter.-nt ln couatlea contalntna an Im-orpo
rated dtv waa uflconstltutlonal, ns it ai>
piu-d to only tblrty-sls eountles and waa
SIX GO~DOWiN VVITH SHIP
Tramp Vessel, Caught in Gulf
Corpua ("hrlrrtl, Te* . Oet. U The tramp
staaaasr nioata&ae, which aalled ttsfct
from Tampieo, M>-xiro, Ortober t, fOT
Port Arthur, T? x.. was raujrht Iti th.,
etorm of Oetotoer if. B_d sank ofl Padrc
laland, in the Gulf r,f Mexico, bu <.f Um
cr.-w were drown.rl laptalri Kctu-verra
arid twelve others ahonni were renenerl
hy the Port ArBBjBBS llfesavInK crew an'l
hrought hire to-day
The Ulearafna araa as? tr,n? net. arid
waa owned hy thr. Madera CoOBBlldaMd
Company of T.-xas. ?
OLDEST POTTERY BURNED
Pire Sweepa Philadelphia Plant Cov
ering Four Blocks.
Philadelphia. Oot B.- The tlre hrick ami
pottery srorfca of the Richard C, Renuney
?ona Oompany, Hadlep atraai and neia
ware avenue, were deOtTOyed by flre to
The ballMlBflS chiefly of frame, OOCUptod
I ?par-e equlvalent to four clty blocks
The lons Ih estimated at 150,4X10. It Is Haid
the pottery ?4>rkB ls the oldest buslness
eoaecrfl IB the 1'niterl ritates.
ADVICE ON FIRE PREVENTION.
Itaikleta raaped by Tantfaiaai Hnusa
CnllillilBSlOBrr .Inhn .1. .Murphy on how to
prevetit tires wlll 1 e dlstrihuted In a cam
paign for flre prevention to be hegun to
dav at 1'ubllc School 2C, Mulberry and
Kayaid str.-ets. The hooklets. whlch are
lntended t4> r?-u-fi the pareotl of ll,e pu
pils advlse against tl.e accumtilatlon i f
riifii?lf-h. etoring tlrr wood in non-flreprr>>f
reliare, urR.- ptiitlnc tlre escapes ln good
order aecaTt linlns: where the nearest fln
j,ox ls ami .let.-rmlnitift in advance what
to Jo in va?e of a flr*. i
ENI VERA CRUZ
l oiitiiiuril from flr*f p?*je.
gi.ns of hls vessel trnlncd on ihe |sl
nnd of Craoa to preveni the prteonera
88 Bplng from the JaU
Non-Combatant? on Wharf.
W'hnrf No. I la a neutral BODO fOT
the aheltor of forejgaera The ware
ire under COtnmand Of Captaln
h ighea The Dm Molaoa h at this
nrharf, and anch moaour* aa are con
sidered uacue?17 arlU ba taken for the
prow tlon of forelgn Intereeta. Ad*
mlsslon to tha noutral "tone is obtain
ible only by 'anl frmn une ,,f the for
elgn 1 utiMilates.
The Ward i.inr ategmer beguranoa
nnd 1'ue German sten.nrr :*t|egewnld
nloo ar'- UHdor UM orders of Captaln
Hughea and are taking forolgnere on
The eity ls qulet, bul merchants and
storekeepera have bolted und bajrrl
caded thelr door* feartng plllago, al?
though pollee protection apfhaara to be
lufflclent Tiu- local Board of trade
haa voted $10,000 for the rettef of the
irharfmen thrown out of work bjr ihe
tying up of Ihe port.
The revolutionary troops have made
preparatlone for the defenaa of the
city. The hlgh polnta ln the suburbs
bave been provtded with artillery and
outpoata Btatlonod stin further away
gave tbe aiarm as bomi as ti?e federal
troopa began theh* advaoea,
Laredo, Tea., Oct tt. Tampleo, Mex*
Ico, wai atlll In the handa ot tho goforn*
m?iit troopa to-olgbl Motwltbatandtng
thelr ihreata, the rebela made no attempt
te da] to take the dty by aaaault
'[??r.,ni Thr Trllmm Ruraau. 1
Waahlngton, Oct S Although the nd-j
mlnletratlon is bopeful thai naval and I
mllltary Interventlon In Ifesico by thla J
government wlll nol eome to paaa, pee-l
cauttonary pfeparatkma have beea made j
by the War aud Navy departasenta to re
Bpond ipilckly ln the event of auch a crisla.
Condltlonal orders hav.- heen In readl
neaa tn tha War Departmenl for weeks.
snd th.- Wai College bat ptanned a proa*
pactlve eampglgn for Amerlcan troopa
ln Mi rtco should the neceeatty of inter
? sntlon develop Llkawtse the Navy De
Iiartnir-nt la ln a Btate Of 'preparedueas"
to moMtee araraMpa on both coaata ?f
the dlsturbed republlc wlthln ? fOW daya
Reflectlng the detdled vlewi r,f iTcsi
dent "Jaft. offlclala of the Department of
Htate strongly aasert that the non-lnter
ventlon poliiy of thla government wlll
prevall atrhtly until lt bOOOBBM evldent
that the llves and property of Amerlcana
nnd other foreigners are endangercd and
that the Madero admlnlsiratlon la help
W-ss tO afford protection. There la no lm
medlate pros'.r.t. they deelare. of Inter
v.-iitlon. as It ia the determlnatlon of the
adminlstratlon to glve Madero the fulleat
opportunltv lo restore p?a<e and protect
forelgn Inter.-ets. Secretary Stlmaou Is
returnlng from New York on Saturday
in advance of orlginal plans.
It ls rerngnlr.ed here that a crlais has
developed In the Madero government. and
that Madero muat cruah the Dlaz revolt or
aulTer the collapae of hla adminlstratlon.
Monterey. Mealen, Oei B,-Tldrtr-tve
federal nffleers. Including the captslna and
II. ut. nants of several reglmentB Btattoned
here, daeaitad the army to-day. They
left eaatward 1n autonmblles. carrying
arms and ammunition and checrlng for
Eellx Dlas. _
A SHORT CUT.
For a list of furnishsd rooms in Nsw
York consult The Tribune's Room and
BOY DIES FOR LOVE AT 15
Forces Way Into Home of Girl
of 13 and Shoots Himself.
Totty Tyaon, flfteen rean old, when re
admlttaaee te Um bema of hls
Bweetheart. Ah-ah ROBB, tblrteen years
.t No. II 4 AUanUc avenue,
Brooklyn, fnr.-ed hla way In and commlt
I ted Butctda bj Bboottng blmaeU yaaterday
[morntng. '!'h" boy w.u* t.ik.-n to tba Holy
Famlly Hospital, whera ba dled a few
i ,.y,. ne ii.. ,1 with hla arldowed
mother, Mra Hilda Tyaon, at No. 144
Voung Tyaoa reached the home of
Alvah Hobs at 1:88 o'clo, k Mrs Ron
t'-ik.-d hlm for rnlluu "What do you
-..,ti* here' I toid you to kerp away from
my daughter," .-h. aald .- aha attempted
? the door.
"I want to ??c Alvrih." replled the lad
*oh. let me ?ee her Just once'" Toby
Btood there a rnoment, and then paassrs*
hv ?aw hlm fOTOB hla way ln. There waa
.. rei rt "t ., piatol, snd when they rnshsd
into tiie houae to s?,- arbat had happened
the bo) wai i>ing In the haltway and near
bv was s ptptol Ha w?? stlll breatbtar,
bul 4lled a-everal hours later at the Holy
TounB Tyaon, who wm larire for h's
ir"- met Al'.ah Roes Uiree years ago, h
lm<- Introduced bv hls Bister. He worked
j In an art shop nn I Boped some day to be
i an artlsl
Hia mother. who WBS BIU4 h affected bv
1 hls 4leath. COUld BOt <\plain where he
[could ha.e obtalnad the r.-volver.
t>n the table Mrs Tj son found a note
arhlch Bald "I went to ronquer the world
Oh. Qod! Thal ls niy dylng wish. and I
want mv Alvah, too'* N'earbv waa au
open volume, .ntltlerl "On mpflres of N'a
poleon," whl, h was opened at the page
whl'h toid of \'ip"l.on rontemplating
NURSE AGAIN UNCONSCIOTJS
Miss Harris, who Gave Patient Fatal
Dose, Probably Will Dle.
Miss Florenee Harris, the voung nurse
at Ihe Vonkers HOBTMBopatlilc Hoapltul
wh>> k-av.. a patlent nxallr- ncl.l by mls
tiik... SBUSlna ber rleath, telapsed Into a
state ,,f come laat nlght, ami, accordlng
tn tha <i"ctors, arlll probably dle. She
fell Into a i-4ima soon after she Irarne-t
4,f her fatal error Ofl Sunday, but re
galned OpnSClOUSBCSS twenty-foui hours
Tlu- only algfl of recallmg anythlng of
the past dlsplayed by Miss Harris yea?
terday was thut she km-w her father and
tu'ith.-r when tbey vtslted h.-r. She had
shown m> slgn of knowing the doctors or
the nurBcs. If ahe recalled the fat-il aici
dent she miule no mentlon of It.
"She ls stiH ln a state of amnesls. so
far us Un- accident and thoBO even re
motoly connected wlth tt are concorned,"
ls the way 4ine physlclan put lt yester
iiav. she iias apoksa eaaaaetadBy at
tlmes Blnce sh<- revlved from the coma
into whlch she sank after the death of
Tho funernl of Mrs Allce Haight, the
youna mother, whoae rleath was due t<?
Ihe *rror, t4iok place yesterday. As yet
m> one has learned bow the polson came
to be ln the medlclne closet close to the
CONVIOTED IN VIENNA
Word WBS recelved by the Idstrict At?
torney yesterday of the convlctlon ln
Vlenna, Austrla. of Joseph Flai-hofT on a
charge of grand larceny preferred by
Abel Hrothers, Jewellera, of No. 29 Malden
Ijuie. Flschoff was sentenced to two
yeara and six montha. He ls a cltlsen of
ln the fall of 1911 he atole Jewelry
worth 11,390 from hls employers and went
to Vienmt. They took thelr complalnt to
the Idstrlct Attorney. Flschoff refused to
teturn. James A. Delehanty. an Asslst
ant Idstrict Attorney, wlth the uid of the
Austiian Consul, sent to Vlenna affidavits
slgniil by all who would have been called
as witnesses had WschOfl returned for
Fischoff's convlctlon means that for
three years after he gets out of prlson
he Is deprlved of his <-1vll and pol'.thal
rlghts. and that If he BttSWiptB to return
to the l'nlted State* he may be deported
as an ex-convlct.
"WHOOPEFT ROUTS CROWD
Lion House, in Central Park,
Quickly Imptied of Visitors.
Mothers and nursery malds rushed j.ell
mell out of the llon house ln the Centrsl
Park menagerle yesterday afternoon wlth
the numerous lnfanta in thelr care. The
cau*e of the sudden break for the open
alr waa the presence of a chl'd wlth
M i:? riiung cotigh In the crowded llon
Many of the youngsters WOV8 from the
Fifth avenue section.
The crowd wsa denesot in front of the
cngf where the llon cubs are kept. While
Intently watchlng th.- antica of the cubs
no one seemed to notiee a r-hild that waa
coughlng at intervals. When. however.
the "whooper" gave vent to a spasm of
coughlng that could not lie mlstaken. the
cuba had no more attractlon tor the
mothers and nursery malds.
When an offlclal of thr- Department of
Health was asked lf lt were poeeible for
the other children ln the llon house to
eontraet the diseaee, he aald the warm.
crowded atructure was a flrst claaa
mcdlum for the apread of lt.
Freah alr. lt was polnted out, was the
flrst thlng to be conaldered In the treat?
ment of whooping cough, and many moth
era take thelr children lo the parka at
j auch a time.
There ls at preaent no way of prsveat*
Ing contact wlth whoorjlng cough.
Miss Hilda B. Matzner Married
to a Western Lawyer.
Mlss Hilda B. Matzner was married In
athlcal CUltttre manner ln the "marrlagu
ehamber*1 of the new Ethlcal Culture
Buiiding, at 6 Ith atreet anrl Central Park
West, yeaterday to Ixwia L Schwartz. a
lawyer from MlnneepoHi The weddlng
was llke others In that many gayly
drossed persons were preaent and flowera
and Joyful muslc abounded.
The brlde and brldegroom mar- hed be?
fore a large and enthuslastlc audlence
that crowded the big hall to the altar.
where Dr. John I.ovejoy Elllot performed
the meagre ceremony. While they marched
the audlence cheered. Dr Elllot told them
how aerlous a eontraet they were signing
Bnd asked them If they would obey each
other They said "No!" And that's
where the ceremony dlffered.
"Morallty, as dlclated by the enllght
ened consclence, la fundamental of every
relatlon In llfe." Dr. Elllot said. "EBpe
clally ahould it be so in marrtage. The
promise, to follow It ia made a part of our
m.irrlage ceremony. The omlaalon of the
word 'obey' la not new and not pecullar
ti, our aoe'ety."
JERSEY MARRIAGE VOIDEC
New York Oirl Was Under thi
Age of Legal Oonsent.
Albsny. Oct. 22-The marrlage of s glr
l un<*er the age of legal eons^nt contrscte<
I ln another atate may b*> annulled by tr.J
I courts of thls state lf ?h? couple an
| resldents of New Vork State. aecordlni
' to a d?i-ls?<>n to-day by the Court of Ap
I Willlam Cinnlngham. who boarded al
Ihe home of Anna Prell. In New York
('Ity. took the girl to Weatwood. N. J.,
1 on January 3r>. 1910, where they were mar
i rled. They kept the marrlsge s secrel
for three montha When the mother
i l.-arned of It ahe began an action to an
; nul thr? marrlage, but the complalnt was
dlsmlssed by Justlce Greenbaum. and hu
! action was upheld by the Appellate Dl
i vlslon. The Court of Appeala reversed
| the lower court to-day and ordered a new
Judge Haight. In the rnajority oplnlon.
holds "that the marrlage of the plalntlfl
to the defendant ln the State of New Jer?
sey, while ahe was under the age of
legal consent. without the knowledge )r
consent of her parents, waa repugnar.t
to our publlc pollcy and lrgtslation. and
in vlew of the fact that the partiea wen ,
and ever since have been. reeldents ef
thla atate, our courts have the power to
relleve the plalntlfl* by annulllng the mar?
Judge Werner. a_MBa?tag, takea thi
ground that the marrlage, belng valld ln
New Jersey, the courts of thla state had
no power to dlssohe il.
SHE WOULDN'T WEAR 'EM
Actress in Her Rights, Jury
Thought, Giving Her $959.
Miss Klttle Hose, an actress, thought
she was to appear In muslcal comedy
when she slgned a eontraet wlth Ma*
Splegel, a theatrlcal manager. She did
not know ahe would be expected to ap?
pear In male attlre. It was a shock to
Mlaa Roaa when ahe learned that Bhe had
been engaged to play ln burlesque and
also would have to wear?well, trouBers.
She Just wouldn't. Mlaa Rn** aald, and
lnslsted that Splegel releaae her from the
eontraet. The actress received s?v?ral
other offerB, and Bhe pleaded wlth tha
party of the flrst part, but without avall.
So MIbb Rose lost several months' salary,
wherefore ahe auel Splegel. The case
waa trled ln the City Court yesterday.
Mlss Roae tol 1 her story, as above glven.
Then Splegel told his slde. He said he
waa looktng around for another actress
te take the place of Mlaa Rose, tnd that
she was dlacharged.
After reflectlng a while, the Jury deelded
Splegel sbOUM pay Mlss Roae 1968 86.
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