Charles Edy Munroe Savin Disinherited
the and a at p. Mrs. of GILDED CAGE New York Millionaire Broker Locks Doors Of 93- Room House. , NEW YORK, April H v --MiirioJ Elizabeth Wiitnell Savin pictured herself as n bird in a gilded cage. Almost twenty-six years' she li\ r od in Winchester Hall, the maffnificent nlnety-three-room home of Frank Savin, millionaire brok'er, who adopl- cd her when she was 0 months Mr, Savin nnnoucod yesterday'that the doors of his homo, .would he closed against her forever, and against his adopted son, Charles Munroe Savin,58, and that neither would share in his will. Tells of Clash. . "The poorest child in Now York can run around, go to the theater, have freinds to talk with and do things she wants to do," Miss said. "I never hnd friends like that. I couldn't talk to anybody. Hut I have my friends. Now I'm Miss Savin was speaking at the home of her brother, Leslie TVhit- nell, in Rye. She told of tho differences'.that differences'.that arose bcUyeon. her nnd Mr. Savin last Monday, which resulted resulted in 'her leaving his home on Tuesday. Mr. Savin said he objected to the number of parties she attended. Â· Miss Savin 'asserted emphatically she was not ordered from Winchester Hall. "Can Keep His Money." "I'wasn't put . o u t ; I left," said. "TVo had 11 warm argument later I apologized to him and asked ihs forgiveness: But T am not to try to get back." ' " Â· ' ' Â· : Hep "only comment on Mr. Savin's expressed intenton of ' cutting her off i his will was: "That's so dear of him. He can keep his money, I don't want it." Mr. Savin refers to his . adopted son as "the hoy." \ . "The.hoy," he said .today, too much of his parties, women liquor." "The .oy" at present is at French Lick' Springs, Ind. His former as a sort of purchasing agent for Savin household will be filled by seph Shapsky, brother-in-law of Mrs. Savin. He, like the adopted will bo allowed .a private automobile and a chauffeur.