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1 i IB .Hi at 34 OK ;st ns by rfi nil ei iy. by mm ipt an VA I cb, 550 FEE UNPAID BYWOMAN DENTIST SUES TO RECOVER SOG-an-Hour Charge Too High, Sajs Mrs. Mary Burtis in Reply. ASSERTS BILL PADDED. Wenengorovius Main ly tains He Worked 45 Min utes Daily for 65 Days. Ur. Willimn T!. WuncrtRorovlus, u 'Vntlht, of No. ,3 Wctt 42d Street, Manhattan, to-dny brought un action in Brooklyn Supreme Court to recover J3.250 from Mrs. Mary R. Burtis. a widow living at tha Hotel Bclloclnlrfi UMn Manhattan, for dental work. He f ,i , ... . . . , , ... 1ucun.i, oiiu tuniiuuieu to pay inI3 amount and now refuses to meet the Mil Mrs. Burtis replied that the amount was excessive, and added that If tho bill must be paid, it should bo paid by tho administrator of tho CHtnto of ner lato husband, Walter Burtis, who uica juiy 26, 1922. Mrs. Burtis said sho was Intro fllcyd to tho dentist by her brother. In-law, Edwin W. Christie, and claims that tho dentist did dental work for cnristle, and Chrlstio's wife, und that me cxpenso of this work was added t tno bill submitted to Mrs. Burtis. Tho dentist denied this, ami said ho had worked upon her teeth on an average of forty-five minutes dnllv tor sixty-live days. This Is at tho rato of J50 u day for three-quarters of an nour s work. A QU'remo justico Maccrato to- 'uay uujourned tho caso until Jan. 15 Yonkers Gets $2,000,000 by Forgotten Law -Pnly City in State That Can v Keep Fines Imposed on Autoists. Ti-.. u,i of Vonkcrs is $2,000,000 "lel'i r in-day than yesterday. Uy tin: discovery of an old law. r i...j uulluctcU for tralllo violations a.i be turned over to tho City Trcas, urcf liiste.id of to tlia Stato Trc.u 'lt or, as in tho past. Court olllelala dlscuvcrod tho old rtatut. . wlili'li exempts any second lass eUy udjolnlnt; any county wholly within n city from surrendering trallic jine funds to tho State. New York Clt's live cointloK are tho only ones in tt.c Statu wholly within a city, and Yonkers is the unly second class city adjoining any of thefe. So. Yonkers Is MQio only plucu in tho State that tho luw fits to-d.iy. Tho J2, 000. 000 collected in Judge Charles V. Boole's City Court was turned Over to tho City Treasurer to day. LETTER VERIFIES REPORT SMITH TO NAME BERRY Hruuklyii Mini will rre it Ailjut- -.1 mil rifiirrnl. '"-ujjsonllrmatiori of the report tlmt Gov ernor--Kct Smith will name Tlrl.-Gun. Charles W. Jlerry of Hrookln to, porvu as Adjutant ijenertil of the State -tlie olTlco he held In tlio first Smith Administration- wua iiimished tu- ay by tho release for puMli'iillau of n Ir-ttt-r rlt tn by (Jen Merry to Ilrlx-Oen. Jnmes W. I,sw uf Suratocu Springs, tho present rornMiundliia officer of the htate Nntlonol ijj.inj Th- iett. i- -.w.a written ut the request of the fiovirnor-elect. It asks (ien. Lester to il-Mj,-n.itis ten ofllcers from the ":omml!sione'i personnel of 'ho National "!uard to net :is aides to tho Governor after January 1 A 1'oi'ii.ah mm. ' (from tlie -Nw IIavLi: lli-glstcr 1 Shu (ivpru-iehfully) Your onu Idea Is I money, montj. He--well, it . an idea cwrjbodv is Irrady to ot pp'. I P AN T O M I M E J,l i (&fll& Brains and Even More Than Beauty, but All Three Together Prove Km n Ka m n "iromcn, bo coquettes I Thus may you, get a husband, Uccp a husband, get rid of a husband." (0 Mile. Sorel Gives These Rules for the Woman Who Would Be Successful Coquette: By Marguerite Moocrs Marshall. "Il'omcn, 6c coquettes! Thus ma. you get a husband, keep u husband and need arises get rid of a husband!" It Is tho volco of "La Grande Coquette" herself, ot Mile. Cecllo Sorel, who has earned tho tltlo during tho long years of her reign as a modern Queen of Lovo and Beauty on tho boards of tho Comedlo Francalso and In tho hearts of her native Paris. Many men have worshipped tit the :- " shrlno of Sorel. A President of France, tho lato Felix Faure. and a Ptimo Minister ot England. Karl of rtosebcry, are only two ot tho distin guished adorers credited to her by public opinion. In tho little time that sho has spent in America those who hao met her lavo recognized not merely the great actress but tho gra cious neat lady, complete mistress of tho art of charming. So it seems most natural that for her llnal public appearance lit Now York, to-morrow morning, sho has chosen to speak on "Tho Art of Coquetry," as illustrated in literature by Moliere's Cellmenc, tho classical "vamp" of "L.o Misan thrope," and in life shall we not con cede? by Ccello Soiel herself. "What is It, then, to bo u co quette?" I asked Alllo. Sorel, as she sat at lior dressing table. "What MAKES tho coquette beauty, wit, grace, charm or what?" "Tho great coquette," sho rr;illpi, her big eyes opening wide, "Is aboo all elso tho woman of brains and the woman of will power! If, In addition, alio has beauty and grace so much to tho good! But there Is mt'iiy a beauty who does not rule the hearts of men. "Tho coquetto must havo brains. because sho must undcistand men ami sho must understand herself. With every man her methods must l.o filf feront. To cery man must sVs shrw a different facet of her personality. One does not plcaso tho matuio man of accomplishment as ono pie uea the youth: ono charms tho business man In a dlfterent fashion from the urtlit. "But though tho methods 'if the coquotlo must differ with the objpe'n of her coquetry, her aim slfiuld h. tho namo. She should strive to brlivj out tho best and llnest and Rreatest qualities In a man. She should be the all-but-unattalnablo Lcauty, to at tain v Inch ho will strive and climb and mount to the stars!" As sho spoko tho last wotds Mil Will Power ta mi n m "The great coquette is, above all else, tha woman of brains and of will potccr." She must have brains. With every man her methods must be different. Flattery is a valuable weapon. Variety is another card she shou'tl play. She must "keep him guessing." And, finally, PROMISE IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN PERFORMANCE! Sorel's stipplo whlto hand lifted' higher and higher, tho fingers open ing and shutting In the gesture it one who reaches for fruits almost iK-youa tho grasp. "Hut Is tho modem woman as much an adept in tho art of coquetry as tho woman of other days?" I suggested. And Mile. Sorel shook her head, de cisively. "Tho woman of to-day," she sati, "Is losing the art of coquetry, and to my mind it Is a great pity. Tho rea son Is that sho becomes Indifferent to men. No longer docs sho deslro tr. in. spiro them, to manage them, tj bring uui uicir ntauen greatness. Sho Is In terested. Instead, In her politics, in her business, in her social work. In t'.o fulfilment of her personal ambitions. Sho Is less and less tho coquette. And romance, beauty, lovo suffer!" "Hut can tho coquette lovo?" I u t rjeeled. "I thought that eho was supposed to bo a rather heartless In dividual." ii is only when loo Is joined to uuqueiry inni eitlior reaches porfeo uon, ueciarcil ,MlIo. Sorel. "It Is coquetry which rouses lovo to Its final paroxysm. It is tho coquetto who knows how to keep tho heart iliac sno lias won. "That is why coquetry Is even moro Important after marriage than bofoio it. For It Is a much more difficult job for the wife to keep her husband than for the girl to win him." Then I asked for expert advice as to mo iccumquo of tho successful coquette. "Flattery," declared Mile. Sorel, "is a Nuluable weapon to tho coquoltni proUded she uses it with discretion! If a woman allows a man to see fiat she expeclb great thlngs'of him. thai Is ono way of making It impossltle for him to disappoint her. Variety la another card which tho coquette should play: a man must never know just what to expect from her. Sho must not boro him must, as ymi Americans say, 'keep him guessing.1 "And, finally, uur true coquotte Nnows that promise is far moro Im portant then pcrlormance. A men will accomplish greater things for tho promlso of favors than after thoy ,-iro conferred. Tho dre:'m of a kiss Is always moro bcautllul thau tho kids Itself." Then I put a question to Mile. So'-el which I had had on tho tip of my tonguo from tho very beginning of the Interview. "If It were not for the coquette," I Bald, "would not tho vanity of men become quite Insuppo-lablo? Don't wo all owe her a debt of gratitude on that account?" The French woman binilod ard shrusrged her shapely tihouldors. "Rut assuredly." she said. "And what right have men to bo viln? I hav nover known ono who hid any thing: to vain about. Of rourso" another shrug "if I had known Caesar or Napoleon!" Nobody else, I gathered, need apply not oven Clcmenceau. Moliero'll coquett", ( VlumtllP, tho rolo Mile. Morel has play id o many times, ta a widow. So t nuked he why willows were so particularly successful' In tho art of coquetry. "Th6 widow," gmllln'ily explained the actreeu, "has had so much js. perlenoo with mn! She 1ms had prnc- tlro In iitin;r lfr brdiid on 'hetr. THE EVENING WORLD, Make a Great Coquette, "7 he woman of to-day is los ing the art of coquetry, and U is a great pity." Once Allowed Diplomat $100 Monthly, She Testifies al Trial of Divorce Suit. PORTLAND, Me., Dec. S. Mrs. Madelino Masters Oron, testifying yesterday In her suit for divorce from her husband, Niels Gron, Danish dip lomat, said sho had often como to hls rescue when ho was penniless, somo times giving him amounts as small as ?10. At ono lime, tho petitioner said, sho put Gron on an ollowanco of U00 a month. Two months bi foro their final sep aration, Mrs. Gron testified, her hus band camo to her suite in a Chicago hotel, hungry ad without funds. Slis gave him money for his immediate needs, sho said, this Including a sum necessary to pay his dues at tho Har vard Club, New York, whero he had been po&ted. Mrs. Gron yesterday completed In i fifth day on the witness ftand. Sh" showed signs of the strain and usrd a bottle of smelling salts frequently When ono of tho attorneys for th. respondent referred to her daughti r as Kmma Louise, Mrs. Gron appealed to tho court. Instating- that tho daugh ter be called Mrs. Uouvler. She is tho wlfo or William Sergeant ISou vler of New York. Tender passages from letters writ ten by Mrs. Gron to her husband In 1917 and 191S wcro Introduced yes terday. In ono letter Mrs. Gron acknowl edged receipt of a chock fur $1,000, and in the letter dated Immediately after this sho wrote: "1 went Into a cathedral to-day to say a Hltlo pray. i for you, my darling. I thanked God for our sreut love and fnlth In each othor." Sho wrote how sho missed him in his long absences, saying in ono let ter dated in 101S, when he was In Kurope: "You know, my darling, that wherever you arc I can bo pei feclly happy." In nnother u-tter written In the same year she said: "My lllo without you Is Impossible. Anything Is bettei than separation. 1 want to go to u tiny house and llo o simply Just you and 1 and our darling tittle boy." Writing in December, 1917, from I.akowood, N. .1., Mrs. Oron said: "I havo told Ilttlo Niels over and over of all yoijr caro and loving thought for lilm nnd for your littlu wife, lie thinks you are tho best father a child ever Imd." Mrs. Gron was asked lo explain this letter, In view of tho fact that sho had accused her husband In her bill of specifications of many acts appar ently unbecoming to a parent. Slit said that when the letter was written sho might havo considered him an Ideal father. Asked why her 1918 letters wore so affectlunato, Mrs. Gron replied. "thero was always more harmony when the ocean was between us." Sho testified that her husband had spendthrift habits and had fulled to pay his personal bills and their house hold expenses In Chicago, Now Y,ork, Princeton, N. J., and othor places. coquetto par excellence. Although, In SUPPORTED ORQN OFTEN PENNILESS HIS WIFE ASSERTS America, I must say that the youn;; girl Is a fur moro finished cji;uetii. than the 'Jeuno flllc uf Durope. I think most American women are clover coquettes. "Tho male coquette? The Don Juan?" Matn'fccllo frowned over tie question, and her exprcsBlvo nands mado tho gesturo of dismissal. "Tho malo coquetto Is no Kood," who said. "Throw htm away- neve: think of him. Ills fato Is settled, in any event, when ho intots tho ff mile coquette. Tho woman wlnt! "Coqtu-t ," hIh fllllxhed i. n : 11"' Uf N'll ir inline f(, .!.', I. FRIDAY, DEOEMBEB 8, 1922, nuoiiniiaiiiiMi It is only wlu ii lovo ii Joined to (oquriry that cither reaches pirti Hon " MRS. MADELINE M. GRON. JEWELS OF SEIZED BY SHERIFF Wife Gets Writ in Suit Started Over Husband's 'Cae Man' Lover Letters. On tho order signed by Supreme Court Justice MorEchauser, Jewels and silverware wero seized to-day from Mrs. Marjorio Hawkins at her home at No. 1 Court Street, While Plains, b Deputy Sheriffs Charlos Lout and George C. Donnelly, on a wilt of at tainment in connection with tho alien ation suit brought against Mrs. Haw kins by Miy. .Mao Hackelt, of No. &t Itrookfkld Avenue, also of White Plains. Mrs. llackett Is suing foi JiO.OOO. Ilackett who a State trooper in l. i Whlto Plains district. Ills wito. in lici complaint, said that she was mar- in 1 to him ut Yonkorx in l'.U l, und tlmt they have two children. Mm. Huekett alleged that, knowing Hack- dt was married, Mra. Hawkins :ll nated Ills affections. Mrs. I lack -ill Mild that Lluut Kugenu Hubert.', li" is in charge of the State Itooptis in that district, found letter from fl.it Kelt to Mrs. Hawkins, In which Ik described himself us "tho cavn in.iii lover." The Jewelry seized from Mrs. Hawk in: consisted of a dlauroiid pendant, tlin" dliunund rings, a gold watch, u pe.ii I brooch, and u quantity of allvcr win'. It was put lulu the safe of H"Hft Georgo F. Werner. Hnokolt P Mmiod as n State trooper Inst night. WOMAN CALLED ALIENATOR e.iiiye It brinit) out In men their flnev qu ilities ana their supreme power o." tu miplishmeiit. Only when It seels t ileirrado them, lo mnko them us'y in n'quotry ovll. The truo coquette, in M e phraffo uf your own S' iiI.'i pi.in . 'Ik tho star to cvory wanjo'-ln" Uiil;.' Sho Is tho Inspiration .jf mer Tiny adoro her becauso sho is the only Interesting woman. And aho Is of aluo to all sociloty bccaiwo she m.iUea of lovo ft charming, a be utlful. u M.mantlo .comedy. Instead or elding it in the too long list of tho world 'a triLi'Iiea. lee I i i !-' '" i " Says Mile. "Coquetry is even mora impor tant after marriage than before it." HAYES 3D DEGREE, SCHNEIDER SAYS Youth Who Found Bodies in Hall Murder Alleges Trooper Threatened Him. Raymond Schneider, on trial beforo County Judgo Peter F. Daley in Now Tlrunswlck on a chnrgo of perjury in connection wit hhls statement accus ing Clifford Hayes ot having mur dered the Ilev. Kdward Wheeler Hall nnd Mrs. Kleanor .Mills, said to-day taht tho statement was mado tinder duress, ns a result ot "third degree" methods used by tho authorities. Schncldor, testifying In his own do fense, said that Corporal Dlckman of tho Stnto Police told him that If ho did not tell tho truth he would be beaten. Thnt wan on Monday, Ort. Schneider said. He later admitted, however, that at that tlmo ho had already mmlo n sltiteniensl accusing Huyea of tho murders. "I was sick and they kept at mo It tho time," Schneider said. "1 hud to do It to get away from them. I was kept in tho Prosecutor's ollleo until midnight that Sunday and lh y used imru-uegrco methods. I was given no food Sunday or Sunday night." Schneider told in detail of the finding of tho Ixidles of the mur dered rector and choir singer, ami ;i nlntnlncd that his statement of Sept. J I In which he told of the murders hut made no mention of Clifford lluycs, was true. N. V. (illirH I1KM.S NOT h1()l,l;.Si ntir.N'n o.v i,i.m;u iiaii tiii;m. r'lli;itl)Oi;itri, Dec. s.---Tho Jowc.iry whleli Mld.H Adelu Unci lund of New York thought sho had lost on board the steamer Majestic ytisterdny has been found and tho police hmo been re quested to abandon their seureh for tho Mippoaed thief. After tho nlurm was sent out Miss Knoelund rcuillcd having placed tho Juwtls, suhl to ho vulued at 45,000 francs. In charge of a friend on tho liner. ACCUSED N I Thai's yvhy Velvet Tobacco is Hue in your pipe ami lopnotcli for cik'arclle Cecile Sorel, Irresistible "Tho dream of a kiss is al ways woro beautiful than tho kis'j itself. ' GOVERNOR FLATLY P1DI UN lUiO UIIL Miss I3irkhead's Case Against Mississippi Executive Completed. OXFOHI), Miss., Dec. S. Jo M. Ilussell, Governor of Mississippi, took tho stnnd In Federal Court hero yes terday and protested his lunocenco of tho charges ot seduction and other wrongs mado against him by Miss Frances Illrkhcad, a iitonouraphor. "If Miss Blrkhoad was seduced In tho ofUco of tho Lieut. Governor, It was ny torno ono other than Leo Hussell, because I waa not thoro at tho tlmo. Tho ohargo Is as falso us can be," declared Gov. Uussoll. Tho Kxccutlvo was called Immedi ately after counsel for Miss Blrk- head lesteil her ease. Shu seeks $100,000 damugCH for her alleged wrongs. Ho denied heatedly tha ho had nought to effect a settle mom with tho young woman. Sho had teslllled that ho had authorized Theodore G. Illlbo, former Governor and othor friends to effect a ecltle meat. -Miss lJliklieud wus under llro dur nig iiiohc ot tno earlier session Sho admitted under cross-oxumlnu lion that sho hud received compen satlon for giving her "story" to ih New Orleans Item, and enabling It to pumisn tno story exclusively. In advance or othor newspapers. Tho plaintiff was asked roucornlng ucr uio in lexas nun concerning sev eral alleged escapades. Sho denied nil cnarges or misconduct. "Didn't a minister ut Penrsnll ro monstrnto with j on about jour con duet and drop you from tho churcli rolls" hIiq was asked. Sho denied this. Sho did admit that sho had consulted with (lovoruor IIuspcII'h mi ponent In the gubernatorial campaign beforo sho llled her suit, but said sho consulted him as a lawjer. not as an opponent of Gov. Rusaell. PflMTDAIllPTO OUmnriLj ACCUSER ON STAND AUTO SKIDS. KILLS MAN WHO WAS CRANKING CAR Urltrr .. MnrMnr prrl Arrnr Wtrr Accident. DOIIIiH I'KltltV N. Doe, $ jorm llcnnami, a wlinlow na.hcr ot Union--town, lIastlliB-on-th-Iludson, died lato yesterday In tho Tarryltmu Hospital 'rot.i a fraclurel Muill rwsiUed whtlsv ho wan era nk I lift hh, ear on 3 roadway at IVtinybrldKa. Atiotlwr car akldded and swuns usalimt lleriiiann'a car. Ha was thrown agaliwt t1is -.-urb and knocked down. The other machln. , which had com pletely rtivcrrcd tin ouurwi In cklddlnK. speeded back un he street without Ucpplne to set whit i image had been don. 57 Just right for two or a dozen A meal for two, or a meal for a dozen, is no work at all when Heinz Spaghetti is served as the principal dish. No need for much else it has the food valuo and good flavor of a complete meal. Skill fully seasoned and cooked, Heinz Spa ghetti requires only heating and serving. HEINZ Spaghetti Ready cooked, ready to aerva Genuine Bcech-IVuf Character For-25 years Ed. Schwndcs has superin tended the preparation of Beech-Nut Bacon. "Strict as ever," he'll tell you today, "about quality." The Becch Nut people arc proud of Ed. Sclnvades and of the bacon he has produced all these years. He has helped many n man lo start the day right. Beech-Nut Bacoii Sliced in tho new blue boxes LADIES' NEW MODEL M-K WHITE GOLD Wrist Watch JOHClftl .CILVU Value KS Ilil i.iuu. 'uu H.-lirt WMto Oold WrUt Via-h i tin.- taat woi-U In watch pn fn-Mun. Ilatidwjiuely tmnil carved, JoKeled. u(lj isltl and fullv t.uAl-ttnti...l. .iplililro t' row ii ir $0-75 Saturday Onb. fi only fi.ti. 'itila Hutch vim fivr otfirKt bvforu fur U tttnit 93. Nu Ucalura Bun-iltd. .Nu Mall Order. WALTER &.C0. 182 Broadway, N. Y. 177 Broadway, N. Y. Two tlurc. VM, $)t. Mi V, .J i 'I'll' I l I ' '.!. " 1 1 to .1 I' .