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THE EVENING WORLD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1911.
AUTHOR CHESTER HERE WITH CI ACCUSED BY WIFE Women Aviators Who Will Fly pDERAL JURY s a" A rl Jhti Jw1 i in I'jtAiLu uiu a iivii ussluii. niwru ninrnnr wvm tviumut ITECASE Occupies Stateroom With Lil lian Deremo and Says They Are Married. THEN MAKES A DENIAL Finally Makes Another State ment Declaring the Marriage Took Place in France. had dlvor t WM r liter 'On th pxasenaer llt of the Kronprlni Wllhelm of the North Clerman Lloyd Una. arrlilng to-day. i the entry "O. Chester nd wife. " The persons who oou.ilesl the etatcrnum indicated were flco-Ke ltanli:ph Chester, Mill Of and i'itTi rlKht, ami a tnlcnted youmt wornun, n'ho formerly n.adc II Mint ra ti o r . (or hie novels ami atnrles. which ere siirneil by the name of Lillian Peremo. Asked when he win married Mr Cheater replied: "Oh. Juat o oon a. I sot the cable telliric nin that my .f divorced ma." then esplnlned to the younx author, whoae apeclalty In wrltlne 1 If show how shrewdly the fine points o' the law may be uaed to defeat the rea spirit of the law Itaelf, that the derrer Jch Mra Cheater obtained from Jus Frlanffur on net. 12 was merely fterl.icutory decree whloh could not be made complete until ninety daya had atapaed'. Cheater grabbed hla coat ovtr hl rtea't aid tot tared. 'Hlgamyr' hr aaaped and ran for the nearest telt nhnne. When he came oui if the booth he wu:- to'.d that bigamy we not an International rime anywn and that a marriage mitllda the Juris diction of the I'nlt.'d Slites would not trie aa a practicable hasls for blgam ptbceeJInga here, lie waa slightly com forted and visited th telephone booth again. Me mint out with an alrnna vplhle halo of gloom over his brow. MOW SAYS HE IS NOT MARRIED TO THE ARUST. i"t only wlah to say," lie aald, "that I may have been itulliy nf an '.t MM Indiscretion but that I have Oommltted X crime. 1 am not married. I w is rely trying to protect a wuman' name." But before the writer s baggage wa Arsaed hla attorney, t lor Ion Uordori, ap peered. Urn had a lone and earned con isrence wnn air. i neater, who ran briskly to the reponers aftar "It a or and said he wanted to muka statement ."After talking with my counsel," h aald. "I And t.ml I have om : :. i n crime In marrying abroad. 1 wlah t etate finally and for certain that I mar rlad Mlsa Peremo In Parti aa anon a I got word that my wife had obtained a divorce." alls Peremo. who was a highly re garded member of the pavintlasf class i Itoliert Henri u;ull wlth.n a few montha waa named b Mra. letter aa the o respondent In her suit fur divorce. Mtt i 'heater put In evIOenoe trie fact that bar husband had iti.no abroad In th aftlst'a company. Chester was until five years ago .. Tgry etpaMe nrwarwiu r reporter li Cincinnati. Hla fresh and up-to-dati studies of modern business III. brought him sudden success With tin magatlnea. SAYS HE CHANGED WHEN HE BECAME SUCCESSFUL WRITER At the time she surd fur hU dlvurc hta wife said: "I think wrltera In a certain sen' are the moat easily Hd of all person Ana they an be led the wrong way jus aa eaally aa the right way. At least thla waa o of Mr. Cheater. Whan he live In Cincinnati and he was a new ' pane man. ate were aa happy aa could b Hut when he suddenly became a succeaa fill writer of notion he changed. Ill Imagination became his asset. He ova fed It and It became dlaeasad, Living aa he was, In thai thuuglitless. dreatn fashion, he waa just as ce.iy sway to hla fall as h nad been kept analgia by the people who were uruiind him In his simpler daya. "It waa too urn it) New Y..rk with Mi Cheater too much money to spend, too much leleure. tuo m.. it llatlery, fruin both men aim women. And ulso to much showgirl bus.n Mra. Cheater haa in her ouatody her two boys, who air f.. urn en and seven yeara old. Hhe raoetvi a 1 1,1V a) a yoar personal aliiuiiiij bad U'.loli for tlia sap port and t-ducaucin of her sons. iV, l n aummmmmammmmKM i 11 i bmp i , ji i BLIND POETESS, 91, WRITES VERSES TO HER FRIEND OF 94 Both Sightless, They Meet for First Time in Twenty Years. wTimfs Mathilda ANOLOuibE. moisant' Harriet QUlMYCAP.T?'DHeWti;TOH ' M15S'.M'C.l,ONO'. presslon I fear I didn't present as good an appearanre aa 1 might, be cause I was so ex'dte.1 I read her sev eral of my later poems and one In par ticular which will be pill lis. if I In a few daya. I call It "Thy Cross' he. a use II la my own story of my affliction. "When h'annle was lnvln.g I prom ised to write her a poem In commemo ration of our meeting and the hope of greeting her again next opting. That Is what I am doing to-day, and I find that It comes Just as easy to rhyme aa ever. "When Fannie romes next SBrlns we tire going to talk and knit. I always knitted In my Rpare time, although I understand that girls growing up now do not think they whould learn any thing but how to .lance. You see I nin still In favnr of reserved things, much different from Fannie, who was iilwaye giddy." Mlas Alice A. Holmes, "the mind oeiess of Jersey City." although crippled and In her ninety-second year, i to-.lsy compvlng n cm to her i nd. Mis Familo I, I ..!. the hymn I rlter. In commemoration of their I neetlng yesterday for the first time ;n I sTOtsty vein. They were scho.ilmalea Ighty yeara ago In th- New York In stitution for the HUnd. Throuarh the four score yeara since caving school the 4wi liilnd poetesses lave kept up their friendship, and they ere frequent visitors at each other .lilies for sixty years Twenty years go M;as Crosby moved to Connecticut nd then Utelr visits had to cease. Yesterday Miss Crosby, who for all ner ninety-four years Is "giddy.' ac- rdln t. M i Holmes, came to Jersey i deliver a lecture on her life at the UtnpOOtl Methodist churcn, Central ave- ue, and lead In singing soma of her o'ume of r ymns. After the lecture she .as driven to the home of Hill Alio- Those who wltneaaed the meeting of he talented nonagenarians lay It was ffocllng and beautiful. The blind hymn writer entered the room with out- irelched arms repeating over and over gain, "Dear Alice, dear Alice." For a ong minute they weie clasped In each ther'a arms. GETTING OLD AT NINEY-TWO. 8HE FEARS. How are you feeling, daarT" asked Mlsa Crusb). ' I'm getting old. I'm afraid," was the reply. "Then I'm aorrjr for you, dear, be ausr I feel younger than ever." smiled the hymn writer. "Po you remember the time shi n I wrote the little verse about you In school of oourse you don't, hut It went tills way " 'Oh. how It grieves my poor old honea To alep beside this Al. c Holmes. I will inform gmal Mr. Jones' " She paused, not remembering the rest, while Mlas Alh-e with a laugh supple mented "I cannot room with a chuix-h-nian " It was the missing line brought to life after eignty yeara "You see, Kautile, It Is you who are Kctting oid. Your memory ts faiUng," said bUM Alice. The litWM referred to the fact that Mlas Alice was an Kplacopallan and ner strict nieinod of life sumeumea Jarred in the lighter spirits of her roommate. Keforu they paiiMl. Mlaa Cruaby promlaed to come again In the spring. when they an spend a few days with their knitting. A rejeirter for The Keening World ,lil ed at the home of Mlas Alice, who lives with her ulecv, Mra. itudolph Kolb, at No. 2flu .luckaon avenue, Jeraey City The blind poetess was dictating to her niece, and her co:utsltlnn was rapid and clear. After bashfully declaring that she did nut want to get her HUN In the newspapers, the delightful old lady told about tlio meeting yeateiday READ 8EVERAL OF HER LATER POEM8. "It Is twenty y. ais since Fannie left New York and when 1 met her again yesterday 1 was too overjoyed for ex- f'nhan tiets hlealio Theatre. Cohan (t Harris announced this af ternoon that they had taken a Ion i time lease on th" Orand Opera House of OHtasafOi Whldl Wi'l he remodel , I. alled the QaOSBJsj M "ohan's Qmtsd pera House, and be devoted to the Cohan A Harris productions. When you don't aulvwtlge cobodv will know that you ar doing bual ncts. and It won't bo long bofore you will not know It yourself. WOMEN AVIATORS TO FLY IN THE CITY OF MEXICO. They Will Show President MiKlero and Then Tour Country Be fore Coming Hack. Four women sailed to-day "n the Mal lory I.lnn steamer Impnsas for the Oty of Mexico, where th v are to give avlutlon exhibitions at the Inauguration of President Madcro, after which they plan an extended tour of M. xlco, cover ing many long diet an era tiefore the;, aeturn. Miss Mathldle Molsant Is to pilot one machine, with her elster, Hate Louise Molsant. ar. her passenger. -Ml- Harriet yulmby took with her Miss M. C Long Both young women have frequently been aeen In flights In the New YorK section. Copt. I'ntrlck Donald Hamilton went on the lAtnpusaa as escort for the yourg women. ttlrl, itl. Is Jouriirymnn Painter ami Member of I nlon. Mlas Alice Devlin, twenty-one yeara old. of Columbus, Ind., belongs to tha union and does painting regularly for wages, often having to spread the color ing over tanks high up on buildings. While at work she wears black bloom ars, a black Vault and a big atraw bat IN DYNAM Indictments Apainst McNam aras and McMltlifftl Soupht in Indianapolis. INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. Nov. 1 A Federal probe of t II dynamltelng charges Involving .ljhn I. McN'amara. James It. McNnmara mi l ortlc MrMan lgal was assured here to-day when the Indiana aHMt Courts t lined over to the Jurladlctlon of the I'nl'ed States Oran.l lury bo .ks and div unn nts of the Inter national Asaoclatl in of Bridge and Structural Ironworkers. Following the hearing of argument yesterday and tu-day on a petition filed by Cnlted States District-Attorney Charles W. Miller. In which he asked for the documents of the Irou.vorkrri. asserting that facta Bad been presented to him which led strongly to the belief that the Federal laws regulating the transportation Of exploalves had been violated, Judge Markey Immediately surrendered the evidence. Indictments, charging criminal con- splrncy. will he he object of the Fed eral Investigation, wnlrh will lm.ncnce hero jn Nov 7 with the convening of 'he "tilted mates Orand Jury, ao oidlnn to O.ati lct.Atto: aey Miller. The Fed eral iftlelal ss.ys tliat facta presented to him IndlOgtad tliHt James H. M-iNam.ira snd Orlle M' Manlgal violated the orlm Insl lawa of the United ttiates by tha al legad transportation of explosives from Indiana to Illinois, Missouri, Penn rylvanla and other States on prssfnger trains ngaged In Interstate traffic. John J. McNnmara, secretary-treasure, of the Iron Workers, as the reputed "man behind" the alleged dynamiting plans, also would be liable la Indictment, says the District-Attorney, In case the evidence developed hears out the pre liminary (ndicatlona. A Satisfying Sweet Lindt Chocolate is the smooth est, richest, and most delicately flavored confection you can buy. fTnctt Chocolate You'll i eel lie Its . superiorly at first taste. Imported In Cakea and Wafers at $1. per pound at the best stores everywhere. All Sises, Sc. $1. Chas. Salts, Mar. 18-20 W. 21st St. New York DIES AT 100 YEARS. BORDEN TOWN, N. J. Nov LWU)J latn Mitchell, w ho waa lOu yeara old I July L'l last, died at hla home here lute Uust night. He had retained practically alt hla faculties until a week ago, when I then- was a marked falling off In hla I atrength from what It hud been for I twenty years or more. He had never suffered a real Illness. He waa a pros- , parous farmer and hla life waa moat uneventful and pladd. Korly In life Mr. Mitchell waa a Whig 11 became a Republican upon the for- nuitlon of that party and maintained ' hla Interest In politics until the last 1 On of Ida eapretaed wishes within the . year was that he would like to live to 1 aea evnuther Republican Oovi-rnor of I N Jeraay. air. Mitchell La survived by three daughters, seven grundchtldren, aeven graat-grandehlldren and one great- i sarrat grandchild. Particularly the Ladies. Not only pleasant and refreehgii the taste, but gently cleansing and tweet- eniog to the system, Syrup of Fun and Elixir of Senna is particularly adaulcd to ladtea and chucaTen, and beneficial in aD caaaa m which a whofraome, atrenuth- sanina and elective laxative should ba uaed. It is perfectly safe at all tunes and oapek cokla, headache and the caused by mdigeatioa and cooMtpatian protnpaV and etf ectrreJy that it is the one perfect laoaly Laxattvo which nvei aatav- faction to al and it reconirocnded bv tnaaion of f anuliea who have uaed it and who myc petswiil koav,-lc4gc of it ex- lu wonderful popularity, however, has led UMcrupulouj dcaleri to oBet kmjta- bont wrtich act unutaafactorily. There fore, when buyiae, to set it benefi etftctf , ahvayt note the full name of the Corrpaoy CaWornia Fig Syrup Co. plainly printed on the iron! ot every To teetars to Hunkers Here. Siorman fenny, Librarian of Devon- ehliv jioon,-, Loudon, which is headquarters of Frlenda In Ureal Brit ajjj, win lecture to-morrow nignt at me s- i s i s . . no rtfrnds Meeting House, No. 1M Kast . rogsastebyU lca (Jfrstl, ITICO ToantiaUi atreeL , i jVmtpmbOlM ' ' pavrkane of the genuine Syrup of Fig sod Ezir of Senna. at 34th Street Suits Broadway flRS cC0tttani Extraordinary sale tomorrow 74 Women's Smart Tailored at sharp price reductions 65.00 to 75.00 Suits 43 only reduced to 42.50 85.00 to 110.00 Suits 31 only reduced to 65.00 J Taking a quick survey of our Women's higher-priced tailored suits, we find just seventy-four that we are unable to duplicate and which we have therefore decided to discontinue. They are the balance of that great as-" semblage of Pans suit styles which during the past few weeks have been so eagerly absorbed by the smartly-dressed women of New York. J Every single suit has been taken directly from stock and reduced 22.50 to 45.00 in price, in order that it may find a purchaser and reverse the order of waiting for ope. Such a limited quantity, of course, contains only one of a kind, and whilst every size is included in the entire collection, each suit is obtainable in only one size. IJ All of those style features which are now the reigning vogue in smart tailored apparel are here represented, as well as the various fabrics and color ings which are the prevailing preference for Autumn wear. And the opportunity thus presented for you to acquite a higher-priced tailored garment at such a wide margin of profit to y ourself is one requiring serious considera tion and a prompt decision. Women's French Untrimmed Hats a special sale tomorrow f o de values 8.00,9.00 and 10.00 ) J It seems incongruous to offer an imported Paris hat at 3.95, no matter what the circumstances. And we ourselves are free to confess that instances are few and far between where Paris untrimmed hats sell so much below customary prices. (Q In this case, however, the importer had his own special reasons for facilitating the disposition ot these smart untrimmed effects. As a result of this, we have here at 3.95 each untrimmed hats such as are selling elsewhere from 8.00 to 10.00, the shapes being those now popular in Paiis and here. J Mostly all black, made of the finest quality silk velvet and of hatter's plush. Bctr.ht Monday, delivered to us yesterday, and on sale to you toinorrpw. MARSHAL IS ARRESTED FOR ELECTION FRAUD. Lodgtflg House Clerk Says He Was Paid for In.iorsing Nine Names. Joseph Kther, a city marshal anl Democratic election district captain, of No. 34 First street, was aiimmone.l to the rltrlct-Attorney' ofllce to-day and nrreste.l on a warrant Issued by Maalstrnfe Murphy for violating the Election Law. .lohn Ilany of No. Bnwerv. seeking a reward which has 'jeen of" farad for HI act Ion Ls rlolatlotk, had tolil Assistant Dlstrli t-.tt'i noy Elll aon. In ihantn .if the RlVCtlOni IIu renu. that Rther had psVld him 1 Id tll tlie polled that nine names enlercl on the registry bOOlM we;e the Mints' of actna'. lodgers where Hennoy was night clerk. Henry Shart, tha chairman of the Klectlon Hoard of the illetrlct. taatiricl that the nine men were hro'iaht hefnre the hoard Ity Elher and ldentlilsd ;y him as lodgers at No. 283 llowrry. None of them actually lived there. PRESCRIPTION FOR BACKACHE One cf the Beet Xnown In Martloal rrofeealon for Kidney and Blatldar Tronhle. "Half mines fluid eltrs t llurhu: h!f v!-i.- Mums eempamnd; il ounta good puis sin. Sh.iks the bdtll saeh lime and use In dosss of one or two teasronnrula after esrh meal and at tool time." These Ingredients can bs tnlstd or supplied by s:iy druirs .t. Backs 3hi frniuent or highly catered urlnstlon and rhm-natlc piiis are .mp f.ms or kidney and bladder disorders thst OSUatl) terminate In diendtd itrieht s dlaeaa or dlabelea Th. an pre.' rip. in I kn-'rn I uH aulrlt sad permsneut res. ills. Advf. absolnlcly no word to expreu the eK:eac7 of Scott's Emulsion for breaking up Cough; Colda and .7n Grippe Symptomt. Franlen, Steinberg . 54. 56. 58 West 23d St. A Sale of Women's & Misses' Coats That Define Fashion's Every Whim & Fancy sr Remarkable Values! The coat of the hour that every fashionable woman U wearing is the two-tone reversible coat. The superb models included in this sale show hundreds of at tractive types in beauti ful color blends and combinations of soft, exquisite fabrics. This coat department is win ning a well deserved fame for its exceeding power in giving the ut most in style and value. m "But Value at the PHcet" 3d Ave. 121st Street Thursday Is Wearing Apparel Day Here, Hence Extra Special Reductions To-morrow. Women's and Misses' 1 O EE Suits 6 ,00 The illustration (hows one of the handsomest and most tunning man -tailored imported all wool storm serge or broadcloth suit of the season. A selection of five different model in the following colors: nnvy, black, coronation and brown; sizes 14 to 46; regularly marked from 15.98 to 17.08; to-morrow at the lower price, 12.55. Women's and Misses' A A A Polo Limts. Made from strictly ell wool polo cloth, in nnvy, cut loose and full with wide belt all around, double breasted; large auto collar, large deep cuff, double patch pocket, shaped round in the front, can be buttoned to neck ; another model has belt pn back only ; four different models, tan, light and dark grayandnavy; sizes 14 t-j 42. Women's Persian Lamb C CZE Trimmed Coats, Black semi-fitted coats, 54 in. long, made from American broad cloth, half lined, very wide shawt collar and deep new style cuff; collar and cuffs are made of Persian lamb; this coat is marked at this remarkable saving the usual price i 9.98 for Thursday only. Sire 14 to 46. Women's Kid Cloves 8 U'orssssn'd Ratn Coats Tan and giuy with plsid back, patch or side pocket, military collar, new i i...i, antocuffs, cemented scam; izcs 14 to 42. others .tore O yQ ask 2.98 and 3.98 &.f& Women's Marabou Scarfs Excellent quality marabou, in gray or black, alo gray and ortnch mixed; 4 and 5 .trand. IH yd. O flQ long; worth 3.98 4.US Women' Petticoats Good quality black silk taffeta; soft finish; sizes 38 to 42; J QO special X.O Women's Shoes T.ji calf, button cr blucher; sizes ti mH: also ratent cu'.tskin, velvet tops, short ormcJiuiiivar.ipa; sizes i (jT lUteftfsaT, 9.M ,ZJ Women's Shoes Gun metal anil pf.tcnt leather, button or blucher, new raised toe; T A fJ 2'. 10 ! rat 1.98 Black, white and tan; lambskin. EQ, two clasps, al' sizes; value 98c iJZC Women's Silk Hose All pure silk; deep p.arter top, high spliced heel and toe; all Q, size; val. f9c Tr7C Women's Underwear Heavy, blenched ribbed fleece-lined union uits; extra sizes; worth 59c OZfC Boys' Underwear Hecvy Jreger fleeci -lined shirts and drawers; sizes 24 to 34; special aw cC Window Shades Size 6 by 3 ft., gcod quality Holland; mounted on sprint; rollcri;; all J "Jrjsi coloi; val. 2--; complete J. C Door Panels Fine quality real Scotch lrce; a choice iclcetion of dciign; J Qi. val. ltd , Meister Piano A Maslerpioce oj piano building, st $175 Sent to Any Home in America on 30 Days' Free Trial We Pay the Freight If the piano proves it worth, and you decide to buy it after the month is up, you have Three Years to Pay at the rate of $1 a Week or $5 a month fvo cuih payment dou-n. No in terctt. No txtrat. Piano afoof and tcarf FREE. Sold under Rothtchild A Co.' definite 10 year guarantee. ThQ magnificent instrument is liuished is Hccuine muhogany, gen uine walnut or quarter-eawed oak, aa you prefer. It i beautiful enough to ornament the finest home in the Wind, and it action i the work of the most aeientifio and finished piano artists that money can secure. To the very last detail, the MEISTER Is built of the choicest material the world produces and the ill) DAYS KKKK T K I A I. OFPKR Is dealened to lirovo these statement to your satlafae (Ina before the question of sale 1 dls- laisseil. The Meister haa full iron frame from top to bottom which Insures dura bility has snnulne Ivory keya ts beau tifully carved haa aeerlal patent doubf.-levsr repeating notion la dust proof and mouse oroof ami the entire effect la standard and artls.lo to a .It-tree. Seven ether fradet, rusjing in price from $195 la 1350. Tea may try any one of them a month free of cost or freight chart;. Tbe Mel.ter Is sold direct fsoea factory to you, mus savin you two extra and ua.lee profits which srare Sate 1100. Make your lnveetltatlona at onre as to Hnthschlld a Conipany'a fine fluanolal and business alandine. and send In your application tor a 30 uayr trial or in. nistio aoee not obll cat. vu a reniiy's worth. Mend to-day for our haadsotne free ulano rntalu. It shows th. uTanos In their colors and slvea aocura4e i u.i.neu ui'scrmi ion. or conatruu l Ion swiiisnun m . oilman n resources are In escese of I4.0ou.ooo. They sail nior. ;'..!. in... . .a H e ii ,ui. man any . r housa In the world. Prices $175 to $350 We Pny the Freight No Matter Where You Live. The Meister Piano Co. iRothachlld A t o.. Hols Osraera. CM- caao. 111. I Fast.rn Dranch, New York Cltv ' lar-tndon Bids. s. n forner Kth 8t. n .ill A... Tel. Stuyvesant SnS-IBd. .alee elevator to ttnih floor Grand Kcp.d. Maaaliclarcri Best ihidc I urnllurr WHE . YOU FURNISH YOUR HOME VISIT 01 H ESTABLISHMENT Wc Guarantee Saf sfactiott ON ALL rURCHASES CASH or CREDIT i.EST QL LI! IES LOWEST PHJCES The Most Comp!e!e Mocks Furniture, Carpets. Hugs. Betiding. Etc. a Week Opens an Account. Open Eveninns I'nlil 9 P. M. HAT I RDAVS I STIL lO. 26-28 E. 125th St.. near MatlLson Ave. WE TRUST YOU FURNITURE Rugs. Carpets, Bedding $1.00 DOWN Opens an Account Aak Ah. .ot Our Near MFIKHM. 4.KKIUT BtNTttM. Open Nsturday Rvetiints. World Wants Work Wonders 0