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THE EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 1915.
New Judgment of Paris Gives Golden Apple
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NOTE TO ENGLAND
LIKE ONE TO BERLIN
To American Woman, Most Beautiful of All
HE GO! STORY OF
KOENiG TELLS HOW
IS BEING PREPARED
Niece of Brewer James Ever
ard Sues for Separation,
HIS BROTHER- HIT HER.
Gave Her Only Two Dresses
in Ten Years Bradley
Mr. .Mary Frances Urmllcy. nlere
of tlio late JuiiH-ji Kvorard, iitiKIun
Iro brewer, told Supreme Court Jus
tice UrcenlMUin to-day that alio mo
mentarily expected death at th
hands of her husband, .Michael J.
Brudley, an Inspector of customs In
tho Uarso Olllce.
"I havo lived in caaitant fear of
him," the court was Informed, "and
I expect death at hi hands. He
keeps a loaded revolver at home."
Tho couple, thouKh separated, axe
living In tho same apartment at No.
137 West One Hundred and Forty
fifth Street. Whllo thsy see each
other almost every day .nnd their two
children, draco Olivia Kvcrurd Urnd
lr.. ased seven, and Vincent Evcrard
Edison Uradley, aged Jive, spenk to
their father when ho comes home, tho
couple aro Incommunicado.
This mods of. living1 was unsatis
factory to Mrs. Uradley andx she
brought suit for separation. Aftet
Mrs. Hradley's attorney had outlined
the charts of cruolty against her
husband Dradloy told the court that
his wlfo need have no foar of her life
because tho loaded revolver ho kept
At homo was necessary to his business
aa he is continually cruising around
the port of Now York in thoso parlous
times looking for smugglers and
violators of the neutrality laws.
Ins toad of being cruel to her, Ur.id
ley told the court, his wife had
treatod blm brutally. On one oc
casion, he declared, his wlfo slapped
him in tho faco In the presence of
Iriends. Mrs. Uradley admitted the
lapping and said sho was provoked
to It by a vile name which he had
On another occasion, Mrs. IJrod
'ey tfoclarcd, her husband stood by
while his brother, J. 1. Iiradloy, who
la described by Mrs. Iiradloy as a
alz-footer, weighing 190 pounds,
punched her In tho eye. Her hus
band, she alleges, did not resent this.
N Bradley admlttod that his brothor
punched his wife In the oyo, but ha
declared ho did resent tho punch and
fought on tho street with his brother
And then barred blm from his home
Although Mrs. Bradley Inhorltod a
largo sum of money from her uncle's
cstata and her husband received a
good salary from the Govornmont,
nhe told the court that during their
ten years of married lira tie had
bought her only two dressos, and
these on tho Instalment plan.
Finally Mrs. Uradley declared her
husband told hor ho had no lovo for
her and bogan spending his tlmo with
other women. Sho found letters from
them women In his pockets and put
them in a safe deposit box but ho
ransacked it and the letters aro gone.
Uradley doclarod that ho told his
wife that her conduct was enough to
kill any man's love.
Justice Qroenbaum awarded Mrs.
Bradley $18 a week alimony ponding
the determination of her suit.
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Has Glorious Figure, Lovely Face, Free Spirit and
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ixnowa now 10 wear Her Clothes, Declares
Pauline Kruger Hamilton, Royal Photog
rapher at the Austrian Court.
By Marguerite Mooers Marshall.
Who it tho most beautiful tcoman in the toorldr
Wo aro told that threo Oreck goddesses onco aHked a slmni shimherd
boy to award a prlzo "to tho fairest."
years has been the specially com
missioned royal photographer at tho
Austrian court In Vlcnnn, should
crown tho American with tho distinc
tion of being tho world'n greatest
beauty. Hho did It within tho llrst
ten mlnutcH of my call upon her at
Stratford House, No. 11 Kast Thirty-
second Street, where sho Is now stay
I confess that I have smiled cyni
cally at this statement when It ema
nated from Homo professionally po
lite, foreign tourist. But Mrs. Hamil
ton has not merely seen tho women
61 America and ot tho Kuropean
countries: sho has studied them with
threo artlBtlc eyes two big blue ones
of her own and ouo belonging to her
"The American woman is most
beautiful," she explained calmly,
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Hut In this ago ot sclcntMc special
isation, mo judgment of Paris would have llttlo or no
weight, Wo should argue that ho was not qualified to
Judgo beauty cither by artistic education or by expe
rience. Since a prlnco Is supposed to havo hoa plenty
of tiie latter, If not of tho former, wo aro willing to
listen to him on tho subject of pulchritude. Never
theless, the modern Judgo best fitted to award tho
golden applo to tho world's most beautiful woman is
'neither prlnco nor peasant, but photographer.
It Is thercforo particularly significant that Pauline
Kruger Hamilton, an American woman who for five
"became she hae a olorlous fin
urt, a lovely face, a free aplrlt
and the knack of wearing her
clothes. Tho ensemble is com
plete. As for the physical char
acteristics of the American, I lm
anlne they are so admirable be
cause they are derived from the
blending of many of the natlona
of the Old World. No one except
the French women can compare
with the American for smartness
and chic, and I think my country
women have a trifle the batter of
it. Finally, the expression, the
glance, the carriage of the Amer
ican are all her own, are perfect
expressions of her fine fearless
ness and independence.
"I believe, you know," she added
with a smile, "that bonuty Is much
mora than skin deep. I believe that
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It Is simply tho outward reflection of j
mo spirit within. Just by looking at
a w6man' baik, as sho walks along
the street, I can toll what sort of
character sho has."
And in all hor work Mrs. Hamilton,
llko Sargent, tho Dortrnlt nalntnr.
trios to oxpross tho soul of tho sitter
as well ns tho physical characteris
tics. She novcr photographs more
than ono ponton In a day. Sho was
an artist buforo sho was a photog
raphor of temperament, und sho la nn
CHARMING VIENNE8E NEXT ON
"Who comos next to tho Amorlcan
woman on tho roll of beautlos?" I in
quirod. "I am suro It Is tho Vlonnoso," sho
smllbJ. "Tho women of Vlonna nro
Blmply lovoly. There, again, you
havo tho mingling of different racos
which is likely to produco such happy
results. Austrian, Hungarian, Dal
matian, Italian blood aro so Inter
mixed that the types of beauty in tho
city vary almost as widely us in New
York. It's impossible, you know, to
pick out any ono coloring and say that
It Is tho Now 'ork typo.
"There Is, however, ono combina
tion which seems to come to six:clul
perfection In Vienna. It consists of
wonderful rod-gold hair, a skin which
toncu In with It und lurgo brown
oyes set wide apart under arching
brows. The women of Vlennu are
deep-chested with rather full bosoms,
but they havo slondor hips. They
wear their clothos beautifully, uro
always well groomed und their man
ners aro charming.
"With them It Is cdrtalnly true that
tho beautiful faco Is but u reflex of
the beautiful soul, for they uro tho
kindest, most unselfish folk in tho
world. I am nn American and proud
of it, but I must pay tribute to the
unfailing courtesy and generosity
with which 1 was treated during my
years In Austria.
The Viennese of the better
classes do not paint their faces,"
continued Mrs. Hamilton. "I am
sorry to see so much rouge and
powder used by American wom
en. They do not need cosmetics,
and many are on the way to ruin
ing their naturally lovely com
plexions.,. One sees young girls
on Fifth Avenue whose faces are
white masks of powder, and it
seems a pity,"
Although .Mrs. Hamllton'n work has
been mostly In Vienna, tliat cltv 1m
one ot Kurope's cosmopolitan capitals
and women of every nation have vis
ited 'the studio of tho American court
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Sho has also travelled extensively.
no wo talked about tliu women of
"Tho Uermnn woman can rarely be
called beautiful," I learned In answer
to u question. "For ono thing, she
doesn't knuw how to dress. Hho hna
pleasant bluo eyes und n rather
pretty color, iillhough there tho Aus
trian woman surpasses her. Hut her
hair Is not notably effeetlvo and alio
Is likely to bo too stout after tho
llrst years of girlhood uro past. Hho
Is not beautifully made, uh a general
thing; even tho shape of her faco
tendH toward heaviness.
"The Italian woman la beauti
ful but she dresses abominably.
The French woman has exquisite
taste in dress, but the la almost
never beautiful in face and figure.
All the features of the Italian
woman are classic) she has a par
ticularly good nose. Her eyes and
teeth are wonderful and she has a
tall, majestic figure) it's a pity
she doesn't know how to put on
her clothes. Tho French woman
has a sallow skin, a scrawny
neck, small, snapping eyes and
thick ankles. But her hands and
feet are small and herchlo la
"There uro soma lovely Urcek wom
en. They aro tall and oxtromely Blen
der, with abundant hair and piquant,
chlldllko faces. The lino from the
base of the ear to the point of tho
chin is particularly fine. The Polish
women have splendid profiles and
Bkln llko porcelain. 1 am very fond
of tho Hussion women. They aro ul
ways tall, slender, beautifully dressed
und slmplo In their manner. Homo of
tho tnoHt perfect blondes nrn to bn
found In Hussla, nnd, on tho other
hand, thcro nro chnrmlnc combina
tions of blue oyes .and black hair.
WHY ENGLISH YOUTHB MARRY
"The Kngllrih women look an If
thny were tho healthiest women In
the world. This Is probably dun to
their devotion to outdoor life. They
always glvo the ImpreBilon of being
frr.jih from ho lull
"The English woman's complex
ion is excellent, her hair and eyes
are good, ner leaiures regular.
beautiful face, bub she
beautiful figure. Her
feet are too bltuand she le short-
waitted and MaTwhere aha should
be curved. Also she seldom haa
much vivacity of expression or of
spirit. The Englishman Is the
most Immoral man in the world,
and one reason Is because he is so
bored with his respectable wife.
I should think English boys vould
want to marry chorus glrlsl"
Wo had followed the frail of fair
femininity over the world and back.
And Mrs. Hamilton ended as patrioti
cally as she began: "In any beauty
competition I should have no hesita
tion in putting America first,"
Secret Agent of Hamburg
American Line Declares Stahl
I'aul Koenlg, In charge of the
llureau of Investigations of th Ham
burg-American lino, who procured
from Ountav Htnlil tho affidavit that
there were four masked guna mount.
rd on wooden blocks on board the
I.usltanla when sho was sunk by n
Clerman submarine, came Into the
open to-day. It was Koonlg who sent
Htahl out of tho city when this Gov
ernment set up a claim that tho affi
davits made by Htahl and othora wero
perjured and It was Koenlg who
brought Stahl back yesterday and ad
vised him to glvo himself up to tho
Koenlg talked to reporters In the
ofllCA of Kdward Handford, counsel
to tho Hamburg-American line, at
No. 27 William Htrcet. At the re
quest of tho Hamburg-American ofll
clals, Mr. tiandford Is acting for
"I havo nothing to fear from a Gov-
ernment prosecution," said Koenlg,
"because I tiavo committed no act
in violation of a Federal statute.
Whenover tho Government authorities
want inn I shall glvo myself up and
t am at their disposal any tlmo they
want to question mo."
Through a sourcn closn to Koenlg
It was learned to-day how hn ratno
to meot Htalil. Koenlg, It Is said, was
hunting along the west sldn water
front (or a man who hail dono some
Investigating for him. In a snloon
ho met Htahl, who heard him asking
questions. Htahl Introdured himself
us ono who know thn mini Konnlg
was Inquiring for nnd volunteered to
Htnhl's quest was fruitless, accord
ing to thn story told, but hn suo
reeded In convincing Koenlg that ho
hud scon guns on tho I.usltanla.
Koenlg asked him If ho was willing
to make an uflldavlt, and Htahl
agreed not only to submit an ufll
davlt of IiIh own but to get others.
How theso affidavits ranched Ambas
sador Von Hernstorff ut Washington
nnd were by him transmitted, to tho
Hlato Department has not been re
vealed. Htahl Is In tho Tombs under $10,000
ball under nn Indictment charging
perjury. Mr. Handford to-duy re
tained Harold H. Denting, formerly
an Assistant District Attorney, to do
Tho Grand'Jury heard but onn wit
ness In tho Investigation Into tho al
leged false l.UHltanla allldavltH to
day. Hupcrlntendent Offley of thfl
llureau of Investigation of tho De
partment of .lusticn questioned others
In his Park How olllce.
"An Old Man
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Wrong food is the big cause.
When one feels old at forty the first thing
is to correct improper diet. The main fault
with the dietary is often a lack of the
vital mineral salts in food. Without these
mineral elements old age steals on rapidly.
To meet this very condition a food was
devised which supplies those mineral ele
ments such as phosphorus, iron, sulphur, etc.
That food is
Made of whole wheat and barley, this delicious
food retains all the nutriment of these grains, together
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One can avoid this
Official Announcement Made
at State Department That
Work Is Under Way.
(rwll from Sl.ff Oonwrooifest J n.
WASHINGTON, n. r . T.,.
Hlato Department officials are work
ing on a note to Great Ilrltaln pro
testing agaltMt the selsue of Amnrl-
can ships nnd cargoes. It was ofncl-
any announced to-day that compila
tion wna being made of an accumu
lation or grievances.
Just when thin -note trill be sent
Is uncertain. Much er ( ki
tnken to Insure ahsolutn
statement In tho note and each caso
In being Investigated In close detail
so that there wilt be no misstatement
Department ofllclnln imjllrtmA iH
stato whether the note will be held
inick pending reply from Germany or
go forward when completed.
It Is understood that thn nnl. i.i
slmllnr firm stand upon tho rights of
nmericnn cituenn under International
law as was act forth In tho German
note, with tho difference that In ono
case It la human rights Involved and
In tho other only property.
air. imnsing attended tn.,tnv. cm.
not meeting by specific Invitation of
President Wilson. Hn wa nn
opening of tho session, taking the
ground, as It wns expressed at the
Htato Department, that h hn,,i.i ....
attend unless Invited, In view of the
aa interim nature of his nppolntment
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