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DAN CUPID 1SJHE THOUGHTLESS ,FELLOW!
He Never pives a Fair Maid Her "Ideal" Not Eveli if
' " " . ' JShe Is av$15;000,000 Heiress.
New York, April 16. Here's the
most beautiful society belle in the
"four hundred" and the "IDEAL"
Dan Cupid picked'Xor ,her and whom
A (spoiled Child.
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Tom Great news! Dick What's
that? Tom Harry Brokestone's
won a prize of $10,000 by correctly,
Kubbish! Tpffi Not at all. The oflU
dating clergyman' askedlhimj. "Wilt
thou have tMs -woman' meaning
Miss Giltedge,"tfte" banker's daughter
-4wic) bethy. wedded wife?" and he
answered, "I will' and and that's
how it happened, you see.
she married Tuesday.
SHE isTkliss Lila Brokaw Gilbert, .
the $15,000,000 heiress.
HE is. Howard Pierce- Renshaw of
Troy, New York.
Ever since her debut Miss Gilbert
has been, anidealjst. A year ago, to
some friends, she laughingly con
fided her. conception of an ideal man,
whom she announced she would
marry some day.
"He must 'be six. feet tall and fond
of .athletics. He- must be. smopthr
shaven, a brunette and a good' rider.
He must be 'fond of animals; have
a .firm jaw, be an Episcopalian, a Re
publican and a money-maker," she
"Hp must have thick,- curly hair
over his, left, ear, wjth; no red in it; a
straight nose, large and intelligent,
but not stoulful eyes, and the must
have , decided ideas about RAISING
PGS and POULTRY.
"He must 'like lemon; ir) his tea,
eto ice. cream .with a fork-and must
wearhis, clothes, like John Drew."
That was the ideal she described
a year ago. Yesterday Miss Gilbert
walked happily up to the chancel rail
with her ideal; a man who is almost
wholly different from the one she de
scribed. He is fond of outdoor sports, horses
and motoring, but otherwise ft is de
clared he does not meet'with one of
the rules set down by his fiancee af
So much for the- plans of a mere
maid whenihttleDan. Cupid gets busy
with his arrows:'
Miss. Gilbert's father was. Hairy
Bramhall Gilbert,, who .died at Aix-les-Bains,
France, in 19il', leaving
her his fortune.
Renshaw is 31,- the sonpf ' Rich-3
ard Renshaw, wealthymanufacturer