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THE EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1912.
BACK TO PRINCETON
I'M'I'M'I'M'M'M-I'M-I-M'M-H'M'I I MM I I I I I M I I I'M-H'I MI 'M'M'M-M-M-1
RE BASHIONS BOR IVJOMEN BARBAROUS?
FOURTH ARTICLE T
OF A SERIES X
WEDDED TO LITTLE
IhsJftTJH MH MM assesses
Woman Is Instinctively Mercenary,
Due to Her Natural Love for Finery
Carefully Laid Plan to Kill
KiJ Bilker, ex-Cianjrter.
D. Herbert Hostetter's Chum's
19-Year-Old Aunt Smashes
a College Career.
C "pyrlg-M. 1911. by ttie I'reu Publishing Co. The Nw York World.)
' W i Writ' A n ,7 airman AlfrC
FROM WINDOW AND
HIT WRONG MAN
MISS BROWN? NO!
TRIALS FOR ELOPERS.
Joumey to Providence, Ports
mouth, Then to Kittery
Before They Can Wed.
afhe was little -Mm Marsarst Brown
when ahe left tho Waldorf two 1ajra
t to "visit friends In Jemey." but
when she came bark to-day he was
blushing- with the new dlirnlty of be
In1 Mm. T. Jlerliert Ilostfitter, and
the rnyal suit'- wus wnltlnir for her
And wou'i you believe It? up to two
weeks ago Miss Brown hart never
heard of D. Herbert Hosftter, much
leas seen the name of lila wealthy
uncle on the bitters bottle.
Mrs. Hostetter had been living In 8t
(jouls with Mr. Edward F. Ooltra, wife
of the Democratic NaUonal Committee
man from Missouri, Mrs. Goltra beln,f
bar slater. A fortnight ago business
ailed Mr Ooltra to New York and he
brought along hi wife and demure als-
ter-ln-liiw Krtwiird I' Ooltra Jr. Is busy
with menial Improvement and things
M Princeton, but he managed to ,ret
time to come up to New York to ate
Miss Brown, who la only nineteen, but
very Inch of her live feet his aunt
Juan the mine
So young Mr. Ooltra caina from
Princeton, and. by Mm way, he brought
along his clasaniate (claawmate'a name
D. Herbert Hostetter). Now do you
The eld'.T Ooltra wna Intent m th
Wlfron roily, lie listened inrreduloualv
Willie Mis Brown sa.il ahe would really
nrefer to go over to Jersey and visit
Wsme perfectly dear friends. He couldn'
mm ).w inv one who had a chance 10
Cat Sn at that meeting could Want to do
anything else. Hut Miss Brown wild ahe
wiiv th aunt of u large MBOMOB MU
dent even If ' he was only nineteen and
r aoaat r, feel tall, and ahe o:iht
know- bar own inind
PLEA FOR FORGI VENE8S COMES
r. Herbert Hoatetler, the frlenda In
Saraev thouahl 10 send ths mesaage
to Mr. t'.u'.tr.i yesterday:
I havi mnriicd Mis- Brown. We wi.
be at the Waldorf to-morrow morning
to .ik your forgiveness."
And, .-'.ire en I oh, b was at the V1
dorf tola morntnc and, ur- MatMWjhi
na had marrlel kMss Brown. They
b,,w'. 1 lp to the hotel In a llnious'n..
thai mlahl well have aarvaj on a bunga
low for thorn, Mr, D. HerWl lloat.it.
belli;: r. 't mu- h lurger than his hrl.lr.
n.e royal auMe, hallowed by meaoorlea
of JotWl V. Hates un I ll Hung OliaM,
pr.ri es from (Ham, and all soi ta of do-men,-
and Imported potentiate. w;ia
SawnIM ror them,
A Mra, l1 Herbert went traaklnllor
the eieyaror v. .is asked to tell f.ome
more about her Vlilt with the Jersey
"Oh. dear. oh. dear' I'm too happy to
talk i ." she bubbled, and the elevator
gate . . tied be Hind her.
Pietty soon there tarns down a break
fas; order ol serial ; natli and a coun
teisiun to bi' used by the waiter ae
elgned t.i carry It upsialra.
YOUTHFUL BRIDE TELLS OF
After breakfast D. Herbert and Ml
bride exe.-ut. I a detour nd CalM
downstairs. They were found etrolllng,
arm In arm, In deserted I'enc.cK Alley
"V.s we," began 1. Herl-t boldly,
Thei he loo'ed at the new Mr, llns
tetti - Mid forgot what he had started
sloped," flnlahed the bride. "Toll
aee, I wen! to Pntnoaton and w e ba I
a Htt.!i party there and then we etaftod
for Providence, R. I. Dktn'1 we,
D. II. I'berl swallowed hard. Hla
yes were still CaaUned on her profile,
Be atr-UKRl d. hut the vole, was lost,
apparently, and lie nodded a red-faced
"And there was trouble there about
aaaddence. so we hurried
Bench, N- 'I . went
Hoatetter "Didn't w
After a desperate
Vocal apparatus th
ban managed t
Even the Most Grouchy '
of Wives Can Be Made
the Sweetest of Dar
lings by the Price of a
Hat," Writes "J. W."
When Women Wear
Gowns That Are Sug-
gestive of an Indian
Encampment It Is
Little Wonder Fashions
for Women Are Deemed
BY K1X0LA GREELEY-SMITH.
Tlicro is one way In which Wi
BUIt admit nearly all fashions for
WOflatn am barbarous, anil that Is In
the effect, of envy and emulation !
which they produce. It only those
Women who could afford foolish and
extravagant gowns bought thvni
fashion would not be a central nor
even a serious concern. But because
io many other women wives and
dam liters o( men With moderate in- !
comes buy $2" and $50 hats and
$ 1 gowns, their husbands must
work harder rind longer and always
tor other men, unci their children
must grow into similar pawns on
the great chessboard to be gobbled
ruthlessly by the marauding
yjlVOLA CRELE.V3MITH aTnlajhtal and kings of our industrial!
Poor, overworked, overstrained, bespectacled little Mr. Consumer gets
35 cents' worth of value for every dollar be expendi for food. And Mr, !
Bullion, who control! prices, has the reel to invest In new ornaments for the j
signboard of his prosperity, and Mrs. Bullion buys a gown that first para
lyzes poor little Mrs. Consumer and then sets l;er to figuring upon the
very least amount of money required 'o duplicate it --or at least to achieve1
a long-distance Imitation 04 it.
1 J i m
CLEAN irso'-. iL
-Th6 AR.ABIAN TEsT DRESS "
on little .Airs
ntllct with his
eye-locked I. Hr-
suy. i n-nun:
"At I'ortsniouth they said we'd have
to establish a Bve-day residence before
we could be married. Then what did
ar. a., Harbart"
vitiert 11 he luarieatad In a burst of
atl.tii oe e
"Yen Indeed! We went across the
river in an automo die- on a- ferrv-boat
or eeurseto Kittery, Me. There w.u
. mlniatar named Churotl there ard lie
BiarrUd us. Then Herbert that i- 'r
Vol,.it r Helit WOrd to hlS parents at
i ... huul ii ml his mother n'el
aunt hiu-rled to Kittery in automobll
TI.ev took us b.usc to Htverly and
avarybody 0oi save us and nra had th
nlc. si dinner party."
"l Mr. Hoatetter f.inr to finish his
last year at colic. .'."' was asked.
nil, no!" said the recent little at lei
"Oil. NO!" erled l Herbert In a
soupd baritone leatored by the excite
mint of looklni at Mrs Hostetter's
there yon are except tl.nt Mi.
roltrn Mid that 'IB II "'' Her s father
iviis rhi Ute Judno William Hruwn of
Of the Law!
See r t Thursday's F.i en ing World
Fr That Sweet Note, Clear Your
111 u , Ouucu U.u., ,-.
And this Is whoreln wo;:sn'n
fashions may be barbarous bar
barous In tii.ur temptation of Mrs.
Consumer, barbarona In the effect
of Mrs. Cononmer'e extra sng-ancc
npon her bneband and her home
and has children' l'uture. And
aometimee ahe hna no children and
no fntere, ell because cf Mrs. Bul
lion' epleuder. A:i'i yet, of OOttrse, ,
eplendcr elt r n i y upon Mrs.
Balllon; envy porches by tho merest
ohnnoe on Mr. Cor.snr.it r's shoul
der. Sach In the othei-'a plaoe
wcnld hr.ve the samo flliny ambl- 1
tlono for i owe . and hat. Each
belong to the new barbar'nu 0-
in ii. 3. Wells's Interesting and em-.
strtii-tUi new novel, "Msrrlaae," a his-i
bind ami Wife who have seen the alow
wall of cltleS gr. between them, woo;
bavu sacrificed the bUfher values of life,
for the very materialism that aoparatss
them. Bad peace ani understanoinji in!
the wilderness. Losing thentSSlVeS in
London, they eeeh new SOUiS In In''-1
r.idor, where In cold and diaaater and'
long wintry darkness they imd the lost
rapture and the foraotten s,.'is The I
wilderness his all the real values that,
exist else where, ami none of tiie false
What does It mattor If we K.iln the
whole WI lid of bsrbarts kowiis and
radiant Jewels, and roaeleaf skins and,
lose our own souis anil the s nils of i
those dear to us In the prooeesr The
only way lo withstand ths barbarities of I
fashion Is to learn how SUBerflUi US they '
are to bSPPini SI
In New Yo k t'lty It Is dltTleiil for
eotnen not to bel eve the ancient witti
cism that the consciousness of being
Well dressed Is worth all the console.
Uons of reliKicn. if the average woman
on Broadway v Plfth avenue knew u.'
this aphorism I am sure siie iviii 1 ac- j
1 ept it a a personal creed, Homo of
tho more striking m inifestatlotts of
barbarous fashion as I took a brief
ylaw of it th" other dy an- pictured
o Mr. Johnstone,
One yo.in: woman wore a tadlor
mad gojvu of a gray inattrlal, w.tb
n itvaiige let -like Uesign v.hrch
taggeatoU an Indian rncam.iment.
Tbi kirt wa not i 'Timed but
laahad In a davp fringe that alio
una an Indian ugi;etlou SMa wore
a turban like that of a Hindu
Mahatme. a colla.- of flaming Orien
tal embroidery. The turban bad th
Mahatma' ahavlng br..s i tucked on
one siil- The whole etloit a ludl-
crou, nowever, not barbarous.
Here ale SOins very tno v , gt on
barbarous wunan uppllsd by I mgaCU
Una reader. W bat do women thlnlt of
his icathlns denunelatlonf Hs wrltesi
CYNICAL VIFW8 OF A GLODE
Dear MsdSHll Having had con ld-
srahls si psriencs both as a baohel ir
and a married man" an. I having
travelled eatenslvely In aii part of
the world, I bavu seen Woman at her
best and at her worst In all parts of
the globe. And the sum total of my
observation and caperlenue i as fol
lows: 1. At lor rxst woman is a mer
cenary. At her worst she Is a cold-blooded
I. -..o la Inaluctlwly mercenary,
iVie tn her natural love for finery.
1 1 s only naceeaary to dlsguss the
go I woensn. I., i us take the caae
or the wife who hn no affinity but
her huaband. Perbapa shi married
Mm tor rh nt I mental side of ni.it-
rln oii which are call love. Hut that
is only pi'ihspe Anyhow, according
to her iio'elons, she would ralhf-r
Mv wit i him In a o.g cabin and
ue.r a eallCO than to wear Silk In a
mansion with any other man. all of
Which Sounds Vry good. But soon
her mercenary inst.net begins to
Crowd out sentiment, and h-r love
becomes a tin rmomster, going up
end down according to the state of
the family tina s. Kveiy husband
knows that even the most grouchy
of wives e.in be transformed into ths
sweeteal ol darllngi by the price of
a bat. And What husband does not
know that klsaei ran be purchased
with chocolates and bonbons?
Indei-d, the husiiand must pay for
each little act of affection. He must
even pay her for doing her duty, for
If sin sews on a button or darns a
sock ins usual tip is espseted, vet.
if the good wife were told point
blank that sb.- is mercenary she
would be Indignant. Sio Ilk. I to fool
herself and others Into the belief :'ia:
she is pr doiiiiuantlv sentimental.
:,ioi aivea never consider it their
duty to do any tiling (or their hus
bands in r t n n for Ids Support and
The a are more trilles which every
woman Is entitled to and have noth
ing to do with appraising a hus
band's value. The Wlfs'S I lea Of tho
Ideal husband is one who will make
toe grocer wait so that s'io may gi
Shopping, And not.- l ow rapidly sb.;
d.x-s her housework when a shopping
tour is In eight! To-morrow that
ami b oi . UVork may go undone all
day and "hubby" may return home
to tin.) bis erlfe In bod with un lm
aginary lltnsss brought on by too
much gossip with the neighbors. Bui
let him suggest the theatre and she
Immediately recovers, for here again
tin ides of being bribed le do seme
thing appeals to her mercenary In
stinct, even though the bribe be
This mercenary Instinct In women
has developed rapidly In the great
trend toward the material and ha.i
b one- so prominent, even In the
nest of them, that men are dlsgustsd
and are losing respect for the sex.
Boms men would prefer to pay the
w'fe a given salary of so much per
el k, with the privilege Of hiring
and ftrlng a occasion might Justify.
This would lie more honest on tae
part of the woman, and certainly
more economical for the man, who
1 not quite as big a foul a she
thinks he is. J. Wi
MISS HILTON WEDS IN PARIS.
I In n - n l e i of MOW lurk Jllllice llrlde
of un l-liiallsliiiiuii.
LONDON, Nov. 1.- Miss Jenny Hilton.
granddaughter of the lata Judge Hsnry
Hilton of New York, was married
yesterday to Illehaid Owen, a well
known KngKSt) art dealer In business
Mo., Hlhon has resided In Paris for
one time. The honeymoon la Lelug
peat in Loudon.
SUIT GOES TO TRIAL
A sudden revival of an CM feud be
tween gangstors fl.irod out In a fusillade
wl'h ishoigiins In the dark of West
One Hundred and Thlrtyoeventh street
it IfJSJ a' alOCl this morning. A a la of
ten the case the tmnr man In this In
st, i Charlss Welseelberg, of No. Ill
West One Hundred and Th'rl -sev. Til h
street rsostved part of the charge ds
signed to murder UlS ObfSCt of gang
Charles llarles, nlla KM linker.
rung leader, was the man whom the I
i.'sasaln designed to slay. SSMiSS
lles in the bouse next door to the one
from winch two heavy charge of
buckshot were rtied Into the slieet. ho
never rot urns l.umn until after mid
night and he Is of thS SSRIS b ill. I SS
the Innocent third parte w lio i
a levers though not dangerous wound
In the arm when he walked by at the
11 m Ki.i n.iker was aapectsd.
It was no inter than last April wtMfl
RarleOi or Baker, was engage-l la ft
de ape rata revolver duel with Vlnesnso
Moron,, at One Hundred and I'our
tceflth atieet and Bscond avenue and
the detectives look upon this earl
morning attempt to murder as the nat
ural result tm that occasion linker
and a friend, Joseph PollSOT, WSTS al-
tiwkii by Moieiio, a nvai gnngeter,
and before the rattling r Change of
shots wa over all three men were at
the point of death from their wounds
WetsMelherg, n young man of twenty
raven, lio Is nn auditor and who live
with bis parents at No. ill t one
Hundred and Thtrty-sovenlh street, eu
. cl. ilnod a few frltnds at a little Hal
lowe'en party at Me I nana last night.
The party broke up with the Ileal Jolli
fication at mldn.gM. and WoiieaThorg
SSCOMSd 01 f the young women to the
comae, sliore si'ie board, -it a Lanog ave
nue ear. Me darted to walk back to his
hosne in a leisurely fasti loo, asaistUag.
KNOCKED DOWN A3 SHOT
STRUCK HIS ARM.
Just as he was opposite the slx-storv
; apartment house next iloor to hi own.
at No 111, two explosions In rapid sue-
cession SOUndsd so dose to his ear thai i
I the wind from the discharges puffsd
i against ids cheek Instantly he felt a I
stinging bite In bis right arm .m l the
I blow of some hidden BStSSils knocked
1 him to the sldew-alk.
The roar of the double explosion
I roused the neiglioorbood Immediately
and head wire thrust out of every
half ii block clthar way.
A rare combination of cxr.uisitc
hint mess and dashing style
Wonderful new Drrsd-n ('htr-
meus: dark back ground with
d-licate floral figure Jaunty f
Tall collar, snd smart lung I
$22.50 & $25
Winter Great Coats
Do not ro elucwhcre and pay mure. Every
atylr and fabric that heart coild wish for
Some showing two colors, others solid colors
w,th inner side of plaid, also used to trim.
Ilesidrs these an elegant assortment of dressy
black Kersey Coats, richly braided and velvet
trimmed or superbly plain-tailored.
$I5&$18 $ Q.98
Gaimrnts in which the Bedell tailors have
revelled. Soft, light weight woolens in the
stunning new colorings snd color contrasts- -some
big and loose, with wide revers ; others
alashed and draped others simple tourist
snd motor models.
SALE AT ALL FOUR STORES
member of the ITolvorslty, New Yorl
rgicht, Hiding and loyul l.eg. n club w indow for
of llanhathM, as arel aa ths sfstropoll j When startled f I k saw a man lying on
tan Ckrb of Waahlngton,
WITH SOCIETY AGOG
Justice Lehman Seis Monday
for Cnse in Which the Co
respondent Is a Mystery.
Justice Lehman today Bsjtd Monday
fir tho trial of 'he ult for divorce
brought by .Mrs. Lucy Dressl Dnhlgren
against Brio It, Uahlgren, Hon of the
late Admiral Uahlgren. Mrs Dahlgren
Is th" daughter of the late Jouoph and
Uuc) u barton Dreg i of Philadelphia
and i-i a well-known aoctety matron.
She does not Ideirtlfy the corespondent,
but charge-, lor husband's ellegad lu
ll. I. Iliiea occurred on March 111 and II
last yogi i
Tne kUll SMS on the eel ndur of Part
II of the Supremo "ouri lo-d.n. bUI
owing to the absence of Juror?, the
Coin t s, t the trial over. None of the
parties area in oourt, the plaintiff' a
lawyor eppsaraJng to urge the ad
journment. Mrs. Dahlgren nioi her suit within
t iree hours after she beard of her
husband's alleged mlsbeuavlor. She
motored to her law) rs ofHoa snd
caught him Just as he was closing hla
door. Ths stenographer v.. is dleinlessd
and Mrs Dahlgren compelled the law
cor to sit down and write out In lour-
hand a complain) against the admiral's
son Suit yas bled next morning.
Since tlipn society here ind In Phila
delphia has been agog with ashtaper
as to the yniing woman Mrs. Iiablgten
may name. None of tho lawers will
discus the case and It wa Stated
when the OSSS WSJ brought that lbs
Identity of the 00 respond 00 1 will not be
disclosed. Mr. Dahlgren Indignantly
denies his wife' charges and will con
test the suit
Miss Prcxel's marrlaire to the wealthy
and popular br ker wa lmnlzol by
ihe late Archbishop r'nrriiran, Dec II.
''!. and drew to Philadelphia a great
gathering of the da! sleet 0rom New
York, Washington ami PhltSXlerpMa, It
was tho social event of that Season
1 luhlgr n is a Harvard al minus and la a
In her eomphaenl Mrs. Dahlgren ask
for the custody of their sigh) children.
Uuey, twenty f in s old . Miulellene. nine
teen; Catherine, slghtscn; Utrien, ix
teen; Okfa, fomeeefij Brtc, eleven; jo
sepli. nine. .inl Kva. eluht. No applica
tion f. r alimony has so far laen tTNade,
Mr- rMhkfren i wealthy in her own
right. S-lie has three slaters, Mrs. Marry
l.olir, Mrs. J. Dun. -an Bnstnetl and .Mis
Charles Bingham Penrose. Mrs. Uahr'a
tlrst husband was Kile iMhlgreua
brother, John Vinton Dahlgren, w no j
died ut Colorado gplinga, twelve yiar
go, Mrs Dahlgren la a llrsl cousin of;
anthong J. Ureael, w ho married Miss
Uarlorla Ooutd and Is a nle f John
Uric it. Dahigrsst's father, the Admiral.
onulrad fagne and u great firtune
the sidewalk tlley blew their polios
a blstlen and in a few minute Detcc
tlves lilrmlngham and Thonspeon of
the LeitOg avenue station were on the
The detei-tlie nolle,. I the 'rout Win
.low of the flat on the ilr-it floor of the
apartment house at No ill was open.
They entered the house and eneoun
lered a woman w no eallsd herself Mrs.
Harris, and WOO denied lnd;xnan.
that the shots could nave 1 u tired
from the front room. The door waa
opened and the apertmeat was found
to tie empty, though furm-hed.
14 and 16 West 14th Street - New York
460 and 462 Fulton Street Brooklyn
645-651 Broad Stmt- Newark, N. J.
12th and Market Sireels Philadeiphis
-A NATIONAL INSTITUTION
Browning, King &Co
- o r m g n,
FUKNISIIINGS AND HATS
BOTg AND ORILDIIN
tbioiigh bis Invention of tne Dahlgren
gun, a pi ad of ordinance wbl di was
liaed on I '" I and sea from Ihe Line of
the ClVll VV'ir
(Prom Hi'' iwloiirflirti Hur l
"What becams of our
Ve . ouldn't hire brius haruls and
megaphonea to puputariss it. without
FOUND SILK GLOVES
8AWED OFF SHOTGUN.
A few feet behind the front apartment
under the stalraa le-ellng lo Ihe sec
ond floor the detectives found a pair
of gray silk glOVSS and a double-bar-lolled
sawed-off sbo'gilli. The shotgun
had one cxpheled shell and one that
bail not te en Heed In the br. i.
lu a rear room, ovoelook lug the ba k
rears!, the deteotives dlsoovarsd another
Shotgun, a lso ibni ilo-b.tn aMsd, out not
aaWSd off like the tlrst. It, 00i con-
antl-iKdse tainsd on,- loaded barrel and one with
an exi.bslel Mholl In 11. This convinced
them that two men had Bred the shots,
for bad one done it alone be would have
dlsohargsd Uth bar rels of hla weapon.
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Special School Overcoats, Double-Breasted, Con
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Boys' Double-Breasted Suits from Our Regular
$8.50 to $15.00 Lines. Broken Lots of Our
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Double-Faced Fabric Overcoats, Belted Backs,
$12.00 to $18.00.
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