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THE EVENING WORLD, TtTESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1922.
4K, r- i It ? MILLIONAIRE WED IS IF. COL MAN SECRETLY IN MAY IBride Narrowly Escapes Bear ,t on Alaskan Hunting f Trip. ' . (Stxrlal to The Kvonlne World.) J. OMAHA, Oct. 3. E. John Bran- Ttlela. a New York and Omolia young tnjllllonalre, returned to Omaha last Slight from a four months' hunting 'trip for biff gamo In tho heart of Alaska nnd announce1 his secret vmarrla(;o last May to Mrs. J. F. Col- .man of Now York, former wlfo of J. F. Colman of J. & J. Colman, irnustard kings of New York and jLondon. Mrs. Brandcln accompanied her tjiuaband on tho Alaska trip, shooting rbear, caribou and, other game. She Iso made moving pictures of big Opinio and came very near being killed Jtiy a bear while (liming It. 1 Two bullets Intended to stop tho "5xar when the animal got close failed to kill and only a fusllado by her j-husband and tho guides saved Mrs. fUiundclH. r Beyond announcing tho wedding tho iBrandcls will say nothing of tho mar ttlage or whero It occurred. They galled fuom San Francisco a few days &ftor tho wedding on their private SSracht Sliver Screen, visited . the jyallfy of Ten Thousand Srnokes and Shcn went Into tho mountains. They brought Kick a carload of trophies. ,i Mr. Urandcls announced last night Rthnt they will mnko their homo In ibmaha In n cottago cm the top of 4lho lJrandcta ten-story department tetoro. Young Urandcls Is a .son of ftho late Arthur Urandcls, former gjicod of Stern Brothers, of New York. ifHo maintains an olnce In. Now York aknd much of his time Is spent In Cthat city. fjGAS SERVICE EXTENDED TO HOWARD BEACH .Brooklyn Union Will, Mcnr Full 5 Cost nf ImpruTtnicnt. f Somo 300 residents of Hownrd Dcach Snd Aqueduct, Queens, will have a sup- Aply of gas without any expense to them Fnclves 11A the result of voluntary notion ftby the Drooklyn Union Gas Company In extending mains In namblersvlllc. More pthan u year ago residents petitioned the Public Service Commission to compel ,Cthe Woodhaven Gas Light Company, a 'ftflubeldlary of the Drooklyn Union, to text end mains.- After negotiations the .consumers offered to pay hall the cost. IS Acting upon "the suggestion of tho 'Commission that all holding companies, .proceed fo consolidate their subsidiaries, ''iiltio Drooklyn Union has offered to make -the cxtentlon and pay the total cost of 188.000 Itself. The district Is rapidly .belng built up. 4 Goldenrod9 Brusts9 'Ford a Day 9 Prize A Source of Delight to All Astoria Mrs. Brust Won Evenine World Daily Award for Contribution to "What Did You See' to-Day ?" Page, and Whole Town Is Happy. "Goldcnrodl" That's what her friends and acquaintances, now call Mrs. Amelia Urust of No. 576 Seventh Avenue, Astoria, I,. I. Kvcn her husband, John A. Brust, and their slx-yrar-old daughter Ethel, arc called "Uoldenrod." All becauso Mrs. Brust has won a Ford touring car In Tho Evening World "What Did You Seo To-day?" contest with a contribution In vhlcli goldenrod figured In a subway train. Also, perhaps, they call them golden- rod because of their good luck. Anyway, tho Qoldenrod Brusts camo over to-day to take possession of their prize, and it was dim cult to tell which one of them was tho happiest Airs, urust Is not much given to words. "It was good luck," sho said, smil ing. "Tho best kind of' luck." said Mr. Brust, grinning broadly, "Little Ktliel'a black eye danced happily. "It wns the only plcco I ever wroto for a paper," volunteered Mrs. Brust. "Wo wcro talking about tho con test," said Mr. Brust, "and I sug gested she try," Llttlo Ethel snuggled up closer to her mamma while, mamma smiled at her and the world. The nr was delivered to them at MR and MR3. JOHN A.. BRUT and daocm-tgr. THE1.. franklin Simon & C6. A Store, of Individual Shops IFTH AVENUE, 37th and 38th STS. Daytime Gowns Of Silk with Fur Every QmartWoman tJktitst 3ave a Qown with jTur , 59. 50. Fur is more than a trimming it has become. an integral part of the gown. Of course Fashion finds new ways to use' it bands on the wide transparent sleeves or the narrow strips applied like fringe on the crushed girdle. TZenee Cr'cpc m "Paris 'Brown, Cocoa or 'Black f Other Daytime or Evening Gowns I wnn i'u.R AQ SO OAC 00 y- Women's Gown Shop Third Floor the salesrooms of tho llcllman Motor Corporation In Long Island City. "Isn't' It fine, daddy!" exclaimed Mrff. Brust as rfho stood off and ad mlrod tho bright machine. "It suro Is," agreed Daddy Brust, who, by the way, Is a mechanician whoso duty It la to repair Fords for the Sheffield Farms Co. "it sure Is," ho said, running u practiced eye over tho machine. Little Ethel Jumped on tho running board In anticipation of a ride. "You'll have to run It," said Mm. Brust to her husband. "I won't mind," ho said, grinning And then turning to the reporter: "This Is really good luck for us. Wo owned ono not long ago, an. old model, but I got sick and was laid up for flvo weeks and we had to sell It. Now wo'vo got a better one, and for nothing, too!" Mrs. Brust smiled at him. Ho smiled at her. Little Ethel smiled at both of them and got back a flock of smiles In return from every one In tho vicinity. "I don'.t know how to thank The Evening World," said Mrs. 'Brust, "but I do thank It." And then Mr. and Mrs. Brust and llttlo Ethel went home, the owners of an nutomobllo won with just a little Item like this: , PRETTY FLOWERS. I taw in an "L" train here in Astoria how much th love of flowers may mean In the daily life of a poor city worktr. The car was crowded. At the Broad way station a- eomely and be comingly dressed girl came on. She caferUd a big bouquet. She stood bsfora a young man who was deeply interested in hit ' morning newspaper. Pretty toon the young gentleman sneezed. TJi.n he sneezed again. Then he sneezed soveral timet in a row, Jutt to tee him wai to be torry for him. He had handkerchiefs in every pocket. After one paroxysm his eyes retted upon the pretty ,floert. He jumped up out of his tejt and 3 BONWIT TELLER &,CQ S6e dfiaxafiy SAop gOfijwcttiond FIFTH AVENUE AT 38 STREET FOR WOMEN AND' THE JEUNE FILLE u R M O D 5Sf if?. Offering the Peak f Winter Vbgue, Variety 'and Value at the Brink of Autumn The Petite Fur Coat is one of the smartest fashions of the coming winter to be worn with the gown of velvet or cloth. Bonwit Teller & Co. origina tions of' the petite fur coat are in Ermine I While Caracul Brown Caracul Beige Caracul Nulria Blacl Caracul Krimmcr Moleskin Broadtail 225.00 to 695.00 NATURAL MUSKRAT COATS " 40iinch model, raccoon collar and cuffs. . CARACUL COATS ; ' . 30-inch, with kolinsky squirrel collar. ' NUTRIA COATS 30-inch sports type of selected skins. NATURAL RACCOON COATS 40-inch sports type of matched skins. PERSIAN LAMB COATS 47-inch, with kolinsky squirrel collar. HUDSON SEAL OR MOLE CAPES 47 inches long, fine selected skins. HUDSON SEAL COATS 47- inch length, with kolinsky or squirrel. "BABY" CARACUL COATS 48- inch, combined' with fitch. NATURAL SQUIRREL CAPES 47-irich, clear blue skins. MINK CAPES 47-inch, of fine selected skins. NOTE: HUDSON SEAL IS DYED MUSCAT 145.00 195.00 1 95.00 245.00 350.00.. 375.00 450.00 495.00 695.00 795.00 Very Special Offering PERSIAN LAMB or HUDSON SEAL COATS ZSO.QO 40-inch length smart box models of very fine selected skins with skunk'collars and cuffs. forced his wfy toward the door. The comely lattlo sat down. The flowers were goldenrod. His trouble, at perhaps you have guetted, it hay fever. AGED BROOKLYN WOMAN KILLED BY O & W TRAIN (Special to Tho World.) MIDDLKTOWN', N. Y Oct. 3. Mrs. Marlah Kennedy, IS years of auo and a cripple, whose homo la In Brooklyn, was Instantly kilted near Liberty this morning, while nailitnc on tho Ontario and Western tracks. Sho stepped from the notth-bbund .rack to the south-bound to avoid one train and did not notice the aproach of one on tho other track. She had been boarding In that section. S20 ,KOIt A SAXDPirEIt STHW. laul Gablor, No. C3 Hopkins Slrtet, firooklyn, paid J20 (Ills morning for a sandpiper btow. Ho and hlo brother. Jotcph, wero cauulit by u name warden on lnrrnn Island. Thty had u, shotgun and four birds, slain in violation of the game laws. In splto of Paul's plea that It wns merely a matter of "iomethlnir for supper" he was nrrnsted nnd hi tho Now Jersey Avenue Court to-day ho paid his $20 fine. , m $c Co. Fifth Avenue at 35 th St. N. Y. Ejtablijieii 1879 tyngW T aisted Dresses for ' Toung Cfirls Frocks for the younger generation that take a leaf from their mothers' Book of- Fashions and feature the lowered waist-line the smartest and the most becoming line that the in betweenage can wear. Original French models, replicas from our own workrooms, and our own designs show the smart long waist in dresses for every occasiorirrtwills, serges, jerseys, : -velvets, velveteens, and silks; in sizes from 6 to 17'. Prices from 19.50 to 79.00 FOURTH FLOOR t Our Special Order Department for Qirls is the only one in the city devoted exclusively to young girls' clothes. Heri m will repro duce French models, create special designs or develope your own ideas. And the cost is only a little more than that of ready-modes. Stern Brothers West 42nd Street (Between th and 6th Avenues) West 43rd Street The. FRENCH MILLINERY SALON cyfnnounles a SMost Exceptional Offering Wednesday of Distinctive AUTUMN HATS A wide and varied collection, expressing with versatile charm and dash the newest modes for Fajl, Priced Especially Low for Wednesday only, at $1622 HATTERS' PLUSH, VELVET, and kLT. Large or small shapes for every possible occasion, individualized in ways too numerous to mention, with ostrich, ribbon bows, . metal ornaments, feathers, and fancies. Third Floor.