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THE EVENING WORLD, MONDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1912.
HIS TRUE HEART
GOES WITH HER
0 A CONVEN
Scnorita Maria de I.os An
geles's Admirer Will Never
Give Up Hope.
Two sad fared yrune; persona, one a
beautiful lrl ami the othor her a I mtrer.
Iid1 ovr the rah of the promenade
de of th lapanlsh eteamsfhlp line ninm
hlp Montevideo a the vcaI sailed
away for Cuba to-day and waved cood
by to tavaral of their freJnd who had
aaaemhled on tho pier.
The younf woman. Benorlta Maria da
lx Anaoiea, haj determined to beooma
a nun. while her lover, Ran or L.ula I'aja.
a proaparoua phya.' ian, la follow Inr hrr
to Die tropic In th of dtisuidtna;
her. The couple rams all the way from
( ailla, Spain, together.
According to Senor Paja, the pretty
Kpanlah girl saw a vision about a yrar
ago which OMMaM her to enter a
nunnery. Her father, It appeira, la a
raptaln In the Kpanlah army, ami It waa
while shi waa nursing one of hla skies,
who waa deaprrateiy HI In Madrid, that
the vision came to Henorlta Marlu de
"I ahall alwaya care rery dearly for
you, I us," ale la said to have told her
admirer, "hut Ool haa called me Into
11m eervlce. and my father's brother,
the cood I'.i I e n Havana, haa Qdvieed
ma to go there and take (be veil."
Hut Henor l.i euuhl not hava It ao.
CASTOR I A
For Infant! and Children.
The Kind You Hava Always Bough!
Ha implored th eenorlt to change hi
mind and beoome hia wife. . Hllll ah"
ref-iaed, knalatlng that ahe could never
make him happy becau ah f. t In
her haart that aha ahould renounce aii
thing worlskly and enter the convent.
' My mind Is fully made up. Lull," she
aald, "and nothing on earth can change
"Then." aald Senor Luis, "I ahall fol"
low you, no matter whore n I
Whether I may M permitted to a5 yo i
matters little, since you have deter
mined to take the veil. Hut I ahall
alwaya be near you, and that will bo my
And, true to his word, (tenor l.ula
sailed from Kpaln 'with th beautiful
aenorlt alanl the Montevideo. Cther
passengers declared the two wrt to
gether a great dea-1 of tho time on the
way H New York, but took part tn BOM
of the entertainment aboard anl sel
dom oke to their shipmate.
'IBenorlta Marie de Los Angeles
seemed a one In a trance," aald the
purser of Ihe Montevideo, "while Uenor
Luis appeared as If he hsd lost the
lean frlnd he had in the world. Only
once did I see them emlle, and that waa
when the hlp reached port a few daya
ago and several of the enor' friends
(the one who came M bid them b ri
voyage to-day) came to Ihe pier. But
even so they were forced ainllea."
THEY WERE SWEETHEARTS
SVnor Lule haa given up his practice
In Jtpaln and will begin anew In Havana,
If the senorlta rrmaln In th i'uban
"We have been sweethearts since
childhood,'' tod ire. I H. n"t leils, "and
It I too lale now to think of iwillng
altogether I ah ill watch over it 00 rl la
as long as the good Lord will let me
I am sorry, very sorny, Hint she ha
deli rmlned lo enter the convent, hu. I
know now ah) would never he happy
unless stic ill become a nun, and mi I
am going to accept It philosophically
and make the heat of things. "
Kcnorlta Marie de l.oa Angel, a Is not
o,ult twenty yeara of age. Mlie has a
maaa of dark hair and large ilnrk even,
and her saddene d cxprev Ion gin s her
a Madonna like appcirancr.
YOUNG SPANISH GIRL
WHO SACRIFICES LOVE
FOR DUTY'S SAKE.
REFUSED DAY OFF
TO SEE FLEET, HE
Younj? Dclicalcssen Clerk
Shoots Man When Waft
Increase Is Also Denied.
SJii llllea r.ipeeteil.
(Krom tb Detroit Krt I'rve.l
"You don't seem very 'heel fill aholll
"I'm not. You see I'm going with a
fellow who haa promised to tOa me
where he always OOtt hes lliem."
SRNORITA MARIE. DE U3 ANfitLCi
FRANKLIN MATTHEWS NOW
I rinkliu Matthews lin. been appointed
nssoiinte professor In the Hc.hool of
JourOalllrn, Columbia I'nlverslty. He
will take ehOfft "f the course In prac
lC In news gathering. reporting, edit
ing unci rewriting In the third year of
th r Ikool This Is one of the '.wo
claJaWi 00 the general subject of news
paper writing In this year.
Mr MattheWI has been a newspaper
HIM for twenty! years, beginning on
the Philadelphia lYrss In 18'.. He came
to New York In IVXl and was on '.ho
U.. ....III .. (F. ... 1SN ivhan h.
Mil WHII " " "I .-
tolned the Sunday atnff of the Time.
He I a graduate of Cornell, class of
Tired of slaving, he said. Ofleen hour
day In a delicatessen shop, 1011 (lelh'r.
a recent arrival from Itussla, asked for
an afternoon off yesterday to see the
warships, and when the replant waa te
fued he shot and fatally wounded hi
employer, IMvId Hi hwnrtr, at No. IBIS
Third ii venue the Hronx.
Hchwart hired Ueller. who 1 twenty
two. aa a clerk and errand lioy on Kept.
.1 nt (11 a week. The itusslan had not
mastered Bngllsh nod he hud never be.
fore served In a delicatessen shop. I-'or
a tlm. according to the neighbors, M
was a Patient sttcer of cooncd bam and
bologna, nnd then grew restless and
pined for some occupation better suited
to Ids Imaginative tonporolROtet, He
wns fond of jiottry and was OOSOf to
tuily and to learn Kngllsh.
one by one tlehnr's dreams vanishsd
as he worked day ifier duy from .1 nvn
tin after dark In the delicatessen shop
until finally, he said, he grew to hate
Kver since the great war fleet gath
er' I in the North Illver Qeller had
tail ed about them and had zpreed a
desire to ee the stirring potacl.
Hut he was refused time off.
Oiler begged, but It waa to a deaf
ear. At Inst, In angr, he demanded hi
wage, aaylng he would quit then and
, ther. hchwartg. It I ald, offered him
only a part of the wages. The two then
! quarrelled until the clerk, with a hout,
pulled out a pistol.
The shotikpr yelled and tried to
i. l ut he waa too late, for Ocller
brotllthi him to the floor with a bullet
In Ihe shoulder. According to the po
1 lice, (leller then ran out of the ahop,
I apparently In almlesa terror, but re
turned a minute afterward while
Behwortl was still yelling and groan
ing. This time fleller shot hi em
ployer In the head, the nutlet - au-'n.r
Instant unconsciousness. The clerk then
ran out of the place, pistol In hand.
Patrol man Northrop of the Alexander
avenue station pursued and caught Clel
ler, who had thrown away his weapon.
Northrop hustled the shooter back and
made him find the pletol and then took
him to a cell.
Meantime Schwsrts was removed by
Dr. t'hllllnn to Uncoln Hospital, where
he died on the operating table. To Cor
I Onr llealy the clerk admitted the shoot
I Ing. saying he had naked to see the
I warships and had been refused and then
had been also refused hi wage.
YYORI.n WtSTI WORK WnUDKRI
OwtHaOJ lll,n located.
il'rem the ritirltiiiall Knipilrer. I
rthe Is lie n cultured man?
K Well, be I what you might term
A MOTHER'S LETTER
Medicine aavrfl my
hahy girl. We all
use it, my huslmml,
lathy and myself. It
our colds nnil keeps
us trotiK" Mrs.
llarrv Sperling, til
7th Ave., Ueovcr
J ails, I'a,
$ 1 .00 Monthly on SI 5 Worth
52.50 Weekly on $200 Worth
$12.50 Weekly on $1,000 Worth
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if you prefer
to Pay Cash
Sliding Couch, $4.35
Makes a i'ouch and a single or double
red. Spring ol the new "Lincoln" link fab
ric, uuirameeil tor to years. iVultres
holster in plain denim or
Very substantially made.
Hlgh rls work
in a n a h I p : flue
It iil plate
r n r , II
rty of dining
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The bevelled mir
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lis lies. others In
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tylo and price.
11,100 aq, ft of
bJMi beiUIIng and
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I I Lot of MaJrus i,l
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J M Imported French uMn
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ft BMOBOlon Table
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A very high class suite. Hlg, heavy mahogany
llnl.-h Irames. with carving and wide panels und big
luw In t Fin loose-cushion eeats of beat panne.
l'arlor suites to suit ever body. Single pieces, too.
tine Gas Radiator
heavy nickel trim
Jewelled light. K
ft tubing In, lu le I
Stands 5 liicha
Hurttm 5 tort
Kitchen Q fj
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Heat white enamel. All sizes
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Nothino bat qoodno ds, right p-ias
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ers cominu back year after ear.
We a-e now in our tObih year and
growing f astir than ever.
DUCK HUNTER KILLS
CHUM WHOM GRASS HID.
Finds Body When fired of Waiting
for Flocks and About to
John Bnptlat Alter, twenty-three, nf
Merrick. L. I., and Hhlnehartlt F. J
Oodlgkelt, forty-flve, of the same town.
went duck hunting Saturday afternoon
In the Oreat Houth Hay marlir near
They erected a hlln-1, an arrange
ment of pvultry wire, and lay down In
the grass ecven or eight feet from each
other, 10 await their quarry. Each
wa hidden from th other by high
Two flocks flew close hv to the Mind
and both men Jumped no and fired
Oodlgkelt us that both shots had
missed nd then lay down to watch
for further duck.
The ducks avoided the apot for the
remainder of Ihe nftetnonn. Oodlgkelt,
becoming weary, decided to go home,
lie walked towanl the blind to summon
hla friend and nlmost fainted on com
ing upon Alter's body. tret-hed In the
gra. He saw that the other man
had been shot to death ,
Oodlgkelt hurried to a telephone and
called up Coroner Nortr n at Wantagh.
The Inveatlgatlnn wa concluded yes
terday and fnroner Norton decided
that th shooting was accidental. He
SICK HEADACHE? TONGUE COATED?
IT'S YOUR LIVER! CASCARETS SURI
You're hiliotis! You have a throhhing
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your lips arc pnrchcil. No womlcr you
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waste not properly passed off. nnd wlmt
yoJ need is a cleaning up inside. Dnn'l
rnrtinue licing a liilioils, conslipntcd
nuisance to yourself and those who love
yOV nnd don't resort to linrsh physir
I hat irrilalcnnd injure. Ilrmemhcr that
your sour, ilisordrrcd stomach, lasy
liver nnd clofgetl howcla can I..- quirkiy
cleaned and regulated )y morning With
genllc, thorough Cns-nrcts; a 10-cent
liox will keep your liend clear and make
you feci cheerful and liully for monlha.
(icl Cnsrarels now wake up rrfrehel
-feel like doing a good day's work
make yourself pleasant and Useful.
lenn up ! liccr up !
- - Oral
It makes little difference what you need a World Want will go get
Vet's 's ''Cto
Being The Modern Adventure of Omar Khayyam, the Great Persian
Philosopher, whose Poetry on th Joy oi Lite made hi Fame Eternal.
The Joy-Smoke Captures the Fleet!
Old Omar pays a Visit to the Fleet;
The Roar and Smoke of Guns his Coming greet!
Ahoy, Old Fighting Top! " He hails the Admiral,
MThe Smoke goes up in Puffs when Old Pals meet!
"To me, Jack Tars, the Smoke of War is Strange!
"Here, try the Smoke of Peace, Pals, for a Change!"
The Officers light Omars and Sing out
"You've scored a Hit, Old Fort, you've Got our Range!"
OMAR is the new value in Turkish blend cigarettes.
Its price gives no Indication of Its unusual character.
mb upen Saturday Hventnps
LOWPERTHWAIT 6c SONS