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THE EVENING WORLD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1911
BRILL AND HIS BRIDE
GET NOISY SEND-OFF
Merchant's Brother) and His
Friends See to It That Hon
) eymoon Is Started Right
CHASE AFTER WEDDING.
Jewly Married Pair Lead Long
"Auto Pursuit Before Going
Aboard the Lusitania.
The salting of the Lualtanla to-day
iff quite the merriest and noisiest the
JBelg boat had ever known. The racket
flWaa all mal .or the honeymoon de-
ON TRIP TO EUROPE
jfJKtrtMra or S in, i,i Prill, the merehs.nl. I
4nd hl V-tsS. the daughter ef Alexander
J. Wsytr ot c'o. 22 Bjggl Seventy-fourth
O t. a retired Wall street man.
Ths, fuas was male hy Sidney and N.
IV. Brill, brothers and associates In husl
nees of the bridegroom, with several
friends and their wives It was a run
. -fCttiuatl'in f a travelling Jollification last
flight that covered the central pnrt of
Jha city on both sides of t'eniral Park.
After the Itev. I r. Wise had per
j formed the cerennniy at Mr. Mayer's
home, Mr. and Mrs. Drill started tor
'''the Lusitania In a 10 h irse-power car.
I'jVfha brothera and the friends piled Into
?UiTi " horse-power car and trailed them,
, . fusceesfully throwing and attaching tin
.nan strings to the rear of the pursued
tar and blowing horns and making
t "sVnesraphoned explanation! to people on
nr, CHASED TWO HOURS BEFORE
The bridegroom ordered his chauffeur
o forget the speed laws in getting away
from Ma tormentors, and there was a
two-hour chase across the park and up
and doom town which ended at the
Cunard pier at mllntgtit with a racket
that aamired all the people on the ship
that a bride and bridegroom had come
- t Ttyt brother and an even larger
rty of friends were on hand to-day
with quarts of oonfettl. rice and old
shoes, and the chase went up and down
tha deck until the bugle sounded.
I Mr. and Mrs. Brill will take a xlgiag
trip across Kurope from Paris to Monte
Other passengers on the ship were
Thomas J. O'Brien. Ambassador to
Jtaly. and Richard C. Kerens of S:.
Louis. Ambassador to Austria. Mr.
O'Brien did not care to comment on the
Turco-ItaUan war except to say he did
not think It would last very long. Mr
O'Brien was formerly Ambassador to
Taper Mrs. O'Brien Is on her way
from Japan to meet him, travelling over
tha Trans-Siberian Railway.
W.-lter rhelps Podge, whose domestic
troubles were made public recently, also
jklled on the Lus'.tanla.
CATHOLICS MAKE PROTEST.
Itaa on Prises at Chnrrh Raehre
r A stnrm of protest from ",athollc of
OEUsftbeth, N- 'm has resulted 'rom tn
rder of rrosecutor C Addison Swift
f Union County forbidding the dls
"Trlbutlon of prlres at a euchre at St.
Patrick's parish hall. The rrosecutnr
''Was ordered by the Ornnd Jury to atop
tint euchre, but the committee modified
' fit uaual euchre arrnnKements, ao that
prizes were distributed.
Other euchrea planned In Kllxnbeth
have been nbnndnned. Itetnllatlon la
promlaed and bridge whlat la gilnt; tn
134 tabooed, If those affected by the
i.iHrand Jury'a ordera can resent It.
The efforta of the Cirnnd Jury art
lliirapld to have been Inspired through the
.1 Jtoody'a failure to get evidence agutnst
real wrong-doing, that prevails.
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This mtn Is Intotlcated with joy.
Just look it the load (of profit-dollars)
One sip at The World Ad. Fountain
- Ot "Results" is usually enough to turn
any person's head in the RIGHT direc
tion In their search for
Why clip the wlnps of your advertise
ment when The World will circulate it
Into more New York City hornet and
offices than are reached by the Herald,
Times, Sun, Tribune and Press COM
BINED? ' Why Rare Into desert fields for op
pfjrtunities when The World prints
i more want-filling advertisements than
;..th Herald, Times, gun, Tribune and
Read World Ads. lor Variety
rUse World Ads. fur Results
Q (ittX0 Q) vtitf (Q)
Men at 45
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Youth Quickly Develops Into Fortune Hunter, Seeking
Bride With Money and Passing Others By,
Says Dr. Hancock.
Tragic Results That Follow Lack of Proper T raining by
Mothers Bachelor Maids Don't Realize Loneli
ness That Comes With Cray Hairs.
IJY NJXOIfA GRF.F.I.l:.Y-i M1TI7.
y old maid.
New York and
day,'' she ssys.
ease. The symptoms la woman arei Dlseatlsf action with the responsi
bilities that marriage entails; fear of becoming home-makers and home
keepers; abnormal ambitions for money, clothes and social position.
Thev scorn to marry a man la average circumstances, and so become
bachelor women, shop girls, or worse."
"In man the symptomi of ap
proaching bachelorhood manifest
themselves In a desire to cultivate
the acquaintance of wealthy girls,
with a view to a sordid marriage
for money; loss of a man's confi
dence in woman's abiuty to cook
properly, ,'ieep his horns tidy and
to b satisfied with tha slim hon
orarium that Is his.
"A man ceases to he ellglhte and be
comes an old bachelor at rorty-flve. A
Roman psjaaaj definitely out of the
ranks of the marriageable at thirty-five.
LACK OF TRAINING OF BOYS
RESPONSIBLE FOR IT.
"Hut don't Imagine 1 .blame the Wi men
for the Increasing number of celibates
In New York. It's the training, or
rather th luck of training, of our young
men tiiat Is responsible. Courtesy, con
sideration for and appreciation of
women la not taught to the young boy
by his mother as It shoull be. Very
often the mother cn't help It. She's
downtown earning a living.
"But the first thing the boy thinks
of as soon as he leaves school Is to go
to work. "let a Job" Is the watchword
of his earliest youth. Oet a Job an I
keep It at all cost to honor or honesty
"itew York, like all great oltlca.
Is merciless, and the mala product
of snch a city la apt to be cold,
selfish and moroeaary, particularly
If he Uvea to bs forty ysara old .
without getting married.
"Think of the enormous number of
young men In this town who plan de
liberately to marry for money. (
"The lack of right training St
home Is proved by the development of
such sordid snd selfish bleos In our
young men. To marry for money or live
In material ear" In oil- of Ihe bachelor
apartments that take the place of wives
to so many New Yorkers Is the for
mula of quick success for thousands,
rt Is said, of course, that young women
as well as young . men shirk the re
sponsibilities of marriage. That Is trut
of a small class which prefers the
drudgery of a Job downtown, the pretty
clothes and small luxuries their salaries
buy for them, to a real home ond life
with some youmr chap whom they might
help to greavr success than either
could ever win alone.
THEY FAIL TO LOOK AHEAD
TO AGE OF FORTY-FIVE.
"Such girls don't look ahead. Now,
when they are young and charming
they And plenty oflRen willing to take
them about to dinners and theatres.
But I, as a physician, see the end of
all the good times. 1 see them at forty
or forty-five, gray-haired and til, yet
afraid even to take time for their Illness
for fear some younger women will push
them out of their Jobs. Men don't care
for gray hair In their offices; they want
young, pretty faces, und, the young
women, stronil and efficient, too, push
their elders to the wall. Some of the
mlildle-aged bachelor women I know re
gret bitterly that they have never mar
ried. Often their Uvea have bean de
voted to caring for ageil parents or
young brothers an 1 sisters. They are
noble, self-aucrtfl ing souls, and their
loneliness, their fear of the future, la a
tragtc thing to contemplate.
"They apeak of snob woman aa
competing with men, as taking
tbalr Jobs away; but it la usslssa
to tall woman to-day to go back
to their homes. Where ars the
homes? Nearly every old bache
lor moans a horns that should
have besn, bat that never will ba
because of his coldness and self
ishness." SHOULDN'T 8TAY AT HOME AND
"You don't think a girl should refrain
from getting a Job and, stay at home
wilting for a husband, do you?"
"Most certainly not.
"Tha girl who stays at home
baan't as good a chance of mar
riage as tho girl who works. To
day vary often a girl gets a job
and a husband at the same time.
Naturally, It's the more enter
prising who ars downtown, and,
whether deliberately or sot, they
take thslr plok of the eligible
young men during office hoars.
No. lbs fault Isn't with the girls,
uptown or downtown It lies In the self
ishness, the lack of courtesy, the lack
of appreciation of a certain type of
young man. I don't say all young men.
The man I mean Is the cold, calculating
fortune hunter. And only the poor girls
of New York Unuw how numerous he Is.
Yet even he Is not altogether to be
blamed. Ills mi' rlallstlc Ideals show
that he did not have the right sort of
mother. And the mother he did have
was probably ths prottuot of oondltioni
she could not remedy."
XaVertheleSSi old bachelors, when you
t'OI.Bs) CAI'MK II h All At UK.
LAXATIVK BRUMO Q'llnlfif, l rld wile
Cold 1 lilts rcoidj. retuio ctuM. n.i tor fall
saJkk Us let susstine Ik W. uftOVfc Us, v
Years, Women at 35, C?ase to Be "Eligible
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Into the Confirmed Bachelor and Old Maid Class
wh$ is an old Iwhclnrf
Aio, WMMM ii hef Ltnrirftr, uhy and when U a
Doth these natural phenomena have no excuse for
being, according to Dr. Eugenln Hancock, who supple
menta her denunciation of the state of celibacy by speci
fications as to the age and qualities which determine
when a man becomes an old bachelor and a woman an
is a well-known woman physician of
is the wifl of another physician.
She practlsna matrimony as well as preaches It.
"Cachslors ara becoming more pravelsnt every
Bachelorhood for mas and woman is a modern dis
cross the forty-fifth pirallel of life, re.
member: "All liu.io abandon, ye who
WIFE'S PLEA FAILS
TO KEEP BIGAMIST
Mystery Back of George Scott
Miller's Second Matrimonial
That there Is some carefully concealed
mystery back of the hlgamous mnrrlnge
of Oeorge Scott Miller, the thirty. three-year-old
son of one of the wealthiest
residents of Mount KISCO, N. Y., to Mlsa
Frances Jameson, a former telephone
operator, was the report made to Judge
O'Sulllvan In the Court of General Ses
sions to-day hy Probation Officer Kim
ball, who has been Investigating the
case since the young man. whose flrst
alfe and their children live at No. 229
Cooley place. Mount Vernon, pleaded
guilty on Monday.
i Kimball found that Miller, who had
' courted Miss Jameson While they were
both In the eimploy of the Consolidated
(las Company, had given her $1,500, and
ha,l spent as much more In luxurious
living nt the Hotel Imperial and other
Hroadway hostelrles, and In buying her
Jewelry and Imported gowns and milli
nery confections since June 22, when
i they were married at the Little Church
I Around the Corner.
Miller has steadily reftised to talk of
j his courtship of the former telephone
i operator, or of the Incidents of their
j honeymoon, which ended abruptly when
I one of her relatives dlecovered that Mil
ler was visiting his Mount Vernon fam
ily nnd had attended the funeral of one
of his children whlcih had died after his
marriage to Miss Jameson.
Moth wives were In court to-day. Mlas
Jameson was extremely hitter, but the
first Mrs. Miller, who was Mlas Elisa
beth Tompkins when he married her
eleven years ago, pleaxled with the
Court for leniency,
"lie his always been devoted to me
and tn the children, and he made the
best of husbands," ahe told Judge O'Sul
llvan. "I am sure that he stl.l loves
me, and I hope that you will let me
take him home with me," she ssld.
"What explanation cm you offer for
your husband's conduct?" asked the
"I don't know of any, unless he Is
out of his mind." she declared,
Thla opinion was reinforced by a let
ter from Ir. William 1.. Miller of Cro
ton, N. Y., who Is not related to the
prisoner, In which the physician de
clareil that In his opinion Miller was the
victim of Insanity, Inherited from his
maternal grandmother In addition to
Ir. Miller's letter, Judge (J'Hulllvan an
n.uncod that he had been written to In
the pplsoner'a behalf hy a number of
prominent residents of thLs Stato and
of New Jersey. All of them spoke of
Miller In the highest terms.
Miller was sent to the penitentiary for
one year, and as he was being led away,
his flret wife declared that sewd
take him liack wheat he was released.
WIFE SUES G. H. TAYLOR.
That a matrimonial action of some
sort has been brought by Mrs. I.ydu
Taylor agulnat George II. Taylor be
came known yesterday when Taylor,
through his attorney, A. n. Morrison,
of No. HO Nassau street, fllert his an
swer In the County Clerk's office.
Taylor enumerates several paragraphs
In his wife's complaint, the contents of
sll of which he denies. lie does not
state what the action la for, hut savs
he was In Florida for Ave weeks lat
year, having gone there In January,
1910. The' nature of the action Is not
disclosed tn his answer, nor Taylor's ad
dress. DISMASTED IN GALE.
The fOUfstnaStOd American ship Ed
ward Rewall was towed Into iort by the
Itlg Ialzclllne last night, lmrtlally dls-
1 mastel In a sale outside the Iielaware
Breakwater, a wtrelesj from the iireak.
j water, whloli had been notlfled by a
pissing vessel, went tile iJalz. Illne down
Ihe coast for lier.
I The I-Mward Hewull was laden with
I I'lgh grade "e Oil for Han 1'ranrlsco.
It was tho first time within recollection
thai a ship ever loaded with such
ell fox tn Facia o eoaat.
0 IT OF PR f1N 1 1 IMRRFI I A RONIMPT
wvfi wi i ii wi l UIIIL j 4i.lln U lil:'
with et-icietcs Jfc.
IkJ i'tv ff ' L - "- - a v J
PRESS A BUTTON, DESERTS H!S WIFE MEMORY GONE,
PRESTO! SHE WEARS I
Montchir Milliner Startles Na
tives With Her New In
("perlsl to The Irenlni Wo-1,1.)
MONTCL,Ain, H J., Oet. lS.-Mlle
Flltterby, the fashionable Cedar Grove
milliner, who startled the womenfolk of
her town a short time ago with the in
vention of a hat that buttoned up the
back and could be worn fore and aft or
on beam ends, hurled a torrent of thrills
Into this model community to-day when
she appeared on BlOOIttflald uvenue wear
ing a mushroom hat with an umbrella
attachment. Merely by ton -hlng a but
ton In this creation It was converted
Into a nifty little umbrella that kept the
trim and slender Mils. Flltterby ss dry
aa a bone.
The hot Itself was of attractive design,
purple In shade are! garnished with a
wreath of hollyhocks. There was abso
lutely no suggestion of the umbrella at
tachment until the, little milliner touched
the hidden button. Then the hollyhocks
vanished beneath the spreading circum
ferences of the automatic umbrella
Two old gentleimen from Verona, which
adjoins Cedar Grove on the north ami
Montcletr on the west, were so startled
by this transformation that they gasped
with such volcanic energy they lost
their false teeth.
The little milliner sprung her Um
brella lid llrst as she was getting off a
BlOOBtflaM avenue car at Valley Itoad.
Hy ths time she had reached the gas
office, a few blocks down, several curi
ous Montclarlons were trailing her, ut
tering "Ohs!" and "Ahsl" of a.nazc
rhent. rbe very kindly tumad her um
brella on and off a doten time to show
the throng how It worked. She was fol
lowed Into the gas office, where she took
three dosen orders for similar lids. She
expects that It will become even more
popular than her tOQUd which buttons
up the back.
Although a native of Cedar Grove
Mile. Fllttery Is thoroughly French. Her
futher played a French horn and her
mother took five fliM prizes for her
French toast at the Esse! County fair.
DIX REMOVES FOUR OF
WINGDALE PRISON BOARD.
Ousts From Office ThoM Members
Who Failed to Resign After
Award of 131k Contract.
ALBANY. Oct. 18.- Gov. Dlx removed
four of the five members of the Htate
Committee on New Prisons whl h last
December awarded to the p. J, Cariln
Construction Company Of New York,
for over t2,)00,ooo. the contract for the
eonstructlon of the new Harlem Prison,
at Wlngdale. The committee was re
cently requestnl In resign, but only one,
William J. McKay of Newl.urgh com
piled Those removes! are Kllsha M Johnson
of Olean, President. John c. West of
New York. I)r. George Skiff of Gains
vllle and former Superintendent of si its
Prisons, C. V. Collins of Troy. They re
ceived $10 a day when actually em
ployed. The Governor prnpo-es to appoint a
new committee of three, wh will abro
gate the contract, the prison being un
necessary In the Goyernor's opinion.
ANO CHILDREN TO ;
Happiest Family in the World
Until a Month Ago, Says
Mrs. Agnes Fenn, who la 111 st hte
home of her sister. Mrs. Albert Cres
slngham, No. 42d F.ast Second stro't,
Brooklyn, declares that her husband
has left her to mnrry another, l ittle
Agnet, her ten-year-old daughter,
stands by the bed with large, wonder
ing eyes, anil five- enr-old 1 a it le 1
keepi asking for his dad ly.
"Our PAarriad life wit a happy one,"
she moaned to-day. "Until about a
month ago we were the happiest fam
ily In the city. Then Lan began to
stay out late at night ami acted cool
inward me, hut I did not suspect that
he loved another. Even when I eaw
the marriage llcen.se Issued to !an
und another women I could not realise
that It was my husband, but now I
know thnt Han ha left me and mar
Daniel U. Fenn, the husband and
father, has bee i missing from his h one
In llrooklyn since Oct. 4 Fenn. un In
Dector for Ihs Hoard of Health, Man
hattan, kissed til : wife a id children
gnndby on the miming of his disap
pearance. He Stopped from the little
home Into the wi le, wide world. It was
fftly yesterday Mrs. F. nn discovered
Unit Daniel H Finn and Miss Knthryni
;ille ha l been married on Oct f by Al
j dci ninn James .1. Smith. The license
gave Miss Gllle's age as twenty-two on I
her address as Urges Ci urt, No. EtSB
West Twenty-third street, coney Island
I.lttlo Is known of her at that address.
.Mrs. Mary Sypher. who conducts al
boarding house there, soys Miss P
left on Oct. 5.
Mrs. Fenn In her search for her
band visited the Hoard of Health
found that he had taken an unllmlu
leave of absence.
HUSBAND FOR SISTER.
His Discovery Lends to Divorce
Action by Pretty Newark
Her love blighted tiy her QUO band's
many absences from home, and her
ugptclotia confirmed by her bpoihor1i
capture of her husband In a Valley
.stream hotel with a Strang i woman,
pretty Frances Duteher Abbot t. a
former Newark society holla and heir
ess, came before Justice Oreenbaum In
, the Supreme CoilN tn-dav arid asked
! for an aliMilute divorce from Joseph
1.. Abbott. Justice Greehoautn re
son e.1 decision.
Miss DU tottCr, w' I n daughter nf
the founder of a shoe concern In New
ark, we IdfNl Abbott tkreS years sgo
after a brief courtship, Tfssy came
to live In New York. When the young
husband began to stay away from
home the wife's brother. IMward M
DutehOTi went on his trull and on Aug
0 found Abbott And a woman eOm
panlon rayUctered together,
"oh, go away, Bd I m all In nfter
a long auto ride,'' was the response of
the bulbars! when Duteher confronted
Duteher returned In New York nod
Instructed Lawyer John ' atoOovorn
to begin an action for divorce.
WOMAN WITH BOY
WANDERS IN RA N
Child AHe to Tell the Police
Only That Home Is
in the Bronx.
Mary S'.van, fifty-two, w o se sddiess
Is not knoWn, and her four-year old
son, Hugh, nere found Wandering about
In the niln at I o'clock Ibtl morning at
Klngsbrldge road and .Heath avenue,
the I troii x . by Policeman Adams of the
klngsbrldge station. The woman was
clad In a black skirt and bud a shaw,
ove her load. She had no umbrella and
she snd the small boy were sojk.ng wet.
The woman was unabia to answer
Policeman Adams's questions Intelli
gently and talked In such a rambl.tig
way that ba ouk bar tu the Kluga
!bildg station. Lieut. Delay, after talk
ing to ner for a short time, decided tnal
she was suffering from bialn liobbU
i umi notified Pordhan iinpiiai.
While nulling lor log ambulance
' LleUt, Dela got so, no coifee und not
food and the woman und boy a;e as
j though they had had nothing for a
i long time. The child said mat his
. mother look him out about 4 o'clock
I yesterday afternoon, but he could not
j tell Where he lived, except tllut It MUM
some pla 111 the lironx He said that'
once before, not long ago, his mother
took him out and got lost.
Dr. Doiiobue came from Fordham
Hospital lu an ambulance and took the
mother and on there. After observing
the woman he decided that she was
deranged, and she was sent to llelle.
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is always enjoyed by
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ffTlclaM of QleBSjfiS flOl IHsgll named In the
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Women's Polo Coats Women's Kid Cloves
In Tan, Polo Cloth and soft Mil shed Tu, ,,.,.,. . , .its.
J , ; . , 'I' "'"ltl backs; white, black and
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collar, iK)ks like c $12 9H tfyj no
coat .sues I 4 to 44 ; iirciiil 7 X - O r
Patent coitskin ami gun inetul, sisteen
buttons high, Cuban heels!
ItaotlHtO 7; reg. Si.A i 1 Q O
fa Si 'M w'O
Ofingolii bluchers, is J to 8; alsr
all black velvet or put. leather with
velvet tops, sixes 2 1 j to (J 1 OO
CukicI iiuali y black silk talle-tu; soft
linisli; sizes 38 to 42 . SPY fi t
qiri iul P i0
SIXTH AVENUE, AT NINETEENTH STREET.
caused i!w ir to rem oA'e th latt'
ChMM on (he leels o.' this move ca
UJss removes' of Remeri H ' iowii
th off! Engineer of the Topo
grap leal Department l f name lead
H l pi nn lv In i '., imilaaloner
Ordway's report. cMfford Moore, thirty
yers OKI, was sprxdntsd In his pMett,
asking this I PrestddM
i'. lolly .tar.il tint tie had never mat
the new incu nbe it until he bad sent far
him this morning, hut that he had been
spoken nf In the !-:shest tTmi hy tha
leadll ri and engineers
of Ins borough.
"Will you make goadf" Pre.en Con
nolly asksd of Mimtb
"live ms three months." responded
the yrnni sngtiteer, 'If yon won't be)
able to .iv that I . in i I.. gOOd at the
and Of Hi it period I will hand you my
iras ti maf i to another
posltlor In the same department.
(iMrriinii-iil I ba sjdTOTM nlt.
WAaIIINlTtX, . t. U. The floverm
ment t" i I kbsMtdSMiad Its legal flght to
raeovtf pasjalt) from the st imiIs
Natbmil Sio k Yards for alleged vtote
ttOfl of the t went y-flghl -hour law. regu
lating the faMMltSJ mi l watering of llre
Mt'"k In Intel state li ih-por tat n.
thm Lowest Prices'
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Teddy Bear Blankets
megrudeci IbblttOkgt. WOol fgp
limsti ; Siies3(lx4() in. ; vat. 49c
Dr. Wrights Underwear
The well knouti underwear fo- men;
wool, fleece-lined shirts and CTQf.
drawers; all sjgggj r.pecinl, nt ijJC
Women's Silk Hose
Purr irlli ; deep garter top; high ".oliced
heel; sires 8 1 j to 10; 7 Q
Heavy ribbed fleece lined vests; long
,,r short sleeves, punts to match
inkle or knee length; rctf. and
extra sixes; rcg. 25c
Tan Grained Leather
Full double soles clear to
the heels. Extra
Mighty g K d sho sfor
cold or wet d.iys $J