Clipped From The New York Times
CABMAN'S ROMANCE SHORT. Widowed Bahwaj Hackman Harriet ; Widow and loses Her in Three Pays. P.AHWAY. N. J.. Oct. IX Joseph StoIU the oldest htfckmsn in Rah way, best known aa the Mayor of Brick town, married-, last Saturday. Now he ia deserted. He is sixty-eight -years old, and a veteran of the civil war. In pursuing his calling be became ac quainted with a Mrs. Bunt, who lives with a daughter In New York City, and whose son is Capt Bunt of the Pennsylvania Railroad ferryboat St. Louis. Bust Uvea about two milea frm the Rahway Station. ana ols mother has come one or twice a week-to visit his family. - She has long been in the habit of using dioii tu. i nry iuus Decame wen acquainted and chatted freely. Two montha. ago stou's wire died, soon he began to complain to Mrs. Bunt Of his lonely life. She did not know the date of his wife's death, and supposed from what the cabman said that It was years ago. She sympathised with him, having been a widow for some - Just how th - wooing nroaresaed la nnt known, for the' bridegroom Is not telling and the bride is away. On Saturday last Mrs. Bunt came down to Rahway and entered Stoll's cab . StoII drove, not to her son s noma, nut t Elisabeth, where a cler yman maue tnem man ana wife. ...... i i wS?t. rNk:-bron i7r sss. fohl.Wh.hU "SS? According to- her friehda,, she had led to believe that StoII was wealthy. ' . found his home different from what she exDected. . and is also said to have kwii greatly surprised to learn from neighbors thst nor predecessor bad been -dead but a few weeks. Cape Bunt learned of hla mothera marriage and went to see her. . He found her dissatisfied with the bargain she had made and not reluctant to get -away. - Accordingly a business rival of Stoll's wss engaged, and last night, before Stoll returned home the hackman, Peter Peterson drove up to the house and Mrs. Stoll entered the vehicle with her belongings. Five minutes later she had left . Bricktown behind and was speeding through Rahway while her husband, waa slowly driving homeward. Her trunks bad preceded her. She was taken straight through to New York and had a good part of the journey accomplished before Stoll knew what hod happened. Capt. Bunt refuses lo discuss the matter.., Stoll Is uncommunicative. . - - . . 1 ' i m. To lastraet Warker Ama tk Pear; ! The Charity Orgentxatloo Society has arranged a course of five exercises for new workers among the poor. The first of the exercises will include a discussion on how to begin with a family. In need of a friend, which Miss Mary E. Richmond. General $ecrstary of th Charity Organisation Society of -Baltimore, will .conduct ' At later "f.'f1, Edward T. Devlne of thla city, VVi.Ham I. Nichols of the Brooklyn Bureau of Charities, Mrs. S. E. Tenny. Mrs. Charles K. JLowell. and others wilt be the speakers. Tha meetings will be held In Harlem, th first In the Presbyterian Church, In One Hundred and Twenty-fifth Street, at S clock-next Thursday afternoon, and the four later meetings on Friday afternoons In the Second Collegiate Church. One Hundred and Twenty-third Street and Lenox Avenue. - . .