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ff l l f I V i wouu MONDAY MTEWINO j1r1rr 1
BOOTH SAYS WOMEN
ARE GOOD CONVERTS
Repentance of the Fair
Sex He Says Is Here
Lasting Than That of
S Men
The Great Leader of the
Great Volunteer Army
I
Tel oi the Grand
Work Women Accom
plish
In the vt nurabtr rf cmei which
lure com under my ptr onil notice my
npnllllto hu been that ti rep ntinr
of wom n hai ben more laitlni than
ttfct of mca and ll ruull haia been
mol firrttchlnt
Woman tii hr quIM ptrvlitrnt u > 4
patient mr oou much It not mart
vootl than the over eloiiicnt and hay
Yoked man who xoj nlout lcclurln r
pnIt ihortlni the peo > l > ivhn will PH
hp flntlljr 11ft lOOI11 tn rrllwlon by
the uttpkn lowvolcul SOPHII My
own mother Cnlhtrlnc lloith l > a
itrlklnc xzmple or this Ohc hal far
mure laflucno on my life in a cniM snd
al n youth than had my fMhrr She irn
railed th power h hlni I he thriiu
and ytt ftfr vole on the platform TIF I
low her irrtturti tow bu her wlnnlns
athetlc wurOa carried convlllnn to
e eFy heArt who heard ttirm
Wooun uJiqucatloimM In tin ral t I
power on tht irth n ttit Ktvrn iuit ail
ntasf Ihfld a llbrral rdifitlon hc fur
iurpari s iiidti In htr nlraora It Is
a sirang hut novorthtlojH n irno fan
that women touio In m < II the Orrlrp for
repentance and ClirlriUnlty uiillf men
can mere railly brine uomnn U > n n
ot her ghortromlnrn thnn rin one of hr
own set
J Each I ex teMilm tlr othr In orter
t that all things nay work it well nuJ
st to the final uplifting of l Mh
I Look at woman on the JIE Wiy II
1 the on an avorare rn much more f < ir
t
cwful than mnn In It her face In It
her voice In It her form No II t
none of there It It hrr nwtrhlcM jipr
iiiaxlvt power which brlnw an au Hence
j f to Iti feet anl rllclin v xlfcrou npplnuvv
whkh rincii trim the nroh Mm to Iho
gJlery
And 10 It la In religion A womann In
nt < enco II > o much more piruave than
a mart Shi hoi a way nf convlnclnc
I hrf listeners of the truth of liar utterl
I alicia which It a iperlal lilt of God to
women
AH In the hrtrnainr nod the Father
Christ the Svlour and the Holy OhMt
the Comfort IIoCh filled n n ce sarjr
I Hi1 1 I > Mlfle nfllce to complete the whrie
l inc daythe man flu > hli ipberi the
BALLINGTON BOOTH
I woman flhla hen and toxethtr they
untie tn form one perfect whole
To ay the whole of our rnovcaenl
the ttLlIlIflrd U rlriRlnic with the ref
u urination from eln of n man who hu
1
leI for tlftytwo yean an Inflldl Think
of II After Ilftylwo year of fonihtcnt
nIl leilty hv lmi > rome to the foot nf the
UruM unJ ttii1 oK n arm uf lIe Satlour
I ir there r > uily ta lift him up nm aiy
Thou art org ven1
The ot > nveri > ion of an nclrem on who
liai for yearn lived a life of fnAhhJl
i frivolity iiinl illlHhiiiA thbi ha i
dine about altioujli icu hit tln Notl
inO lIttle tun tiicjinc publi hjBrlIn
II Hut I douht not that IhU uoman who
In wrlllnR etlTi vlrlllng ilsntri talk
Ins pcmuaiUelv am yet rulttly lo ninny
vhn are not < t Kitlurod Into Ui fold
ulll ucconipllfh < u mile If not more by
hr word nMl work than will the man
Tluro ire thro > Will oprn for n
woman fn life They are the family
public life and MX life Of the thre
octal life It the Ifaat iatl r 1nc and
leaver meet heart hunger
Not long ago ther eat fct on of our
mNtlnp a woman corertd with jewels
and p < > thM In raiment of tnonnom Coat
Rh e had rtnrthlnir that Bicm y could
buy xnd yet fatforn the mwrtlnx oloMd
hj cried out wearIly U there nothing
mon > in life than I hart found 1 i
Tee there II InOftmUlJI more that I
ahe had not found Her tout mu yearn
Ine for omethlnir th IOMW uot what i
Out wa all yearn for that aomathlnic
ooner or later
If a woman hai a talent a gift an
r EVELYN BURDEN MAY
r WED CHARLES WETMORE
I
IlJ A ipccUl train will be cent lo SlaMs
q fcurt N T tomorroW to bring back
r here tht private car or the Vanderbllt
It will be ueed by the family of the
Oejden Mill i at the breaking up of the
Hew Tear house party which Mrs
Hill hu been giving to bar frlendi
Aeaotaf th guests of tbe Ogden MJllii
ar Mm Bvvlyn Burden the dasfhter
ef I Townatrd Burden sua Mr Charles
Wettaare of IP MadUon arenu it baa
teen rumored for torn time that Mla
arittn and Mr Wetmor WIN to be
HuUtlr taarrted at the houM of aa oat
mm LOVERS BI PROIT
vltk I Htm DSE
W a Ows tjrttrtsi f Mlee
PtUatBtleT
All the good 4id brtstptople of Mar
a aa upState hamlet are I
I With Intmn lbs ocurtihlp of i
WIIJIa HyihaiB of Red Rack Iowa
and HIM Bua Palmstler a go look
ii Ing iptautar the vllUjcc
i
Hythaa wrot a mt minthi ago o Or
I hut a Je41r taMal M4
ii tlt
u
F
II
uftown frlerd rhortly after the begin
ning of the new year In spite of fre
quent denials of the engagement by both
the parent of Miss IJurden the report
of an Intending marriage has gained
wlJt circulation
Uln Burden left this city with her
maid on Friday afternoon One ef bar
moet Intimate friends Miss Alice Bllgtit
of 42 Bait Klftyserenth attest followed
her lo the Ogden Mills country Mat In
BtaatAburi on Batunlay afternoon
On Saturday evening Mr Weimirt ar
rived there wtth several of his friend
Tin re art rumors of a wedding
0 = =
roajerou raBohnan
Swart picked out Miss PeJnutier Bht
was wining Leltn were cxchanfed
and laat week Uss ranchman came on to
IH about It He prograteed to finely
that Calvin Redmond Mill ralmatleii
farmhan wo bad bOMJ hIntlt c
lip his Job and vamooted
Ilyiham a wiaiwcr Mlai PalmaUcr
1 baa a valuable farm whlh he rum
profitably I
Her Br Hte r Hewten III
Te Jtev Dr llpixr Nrtrtoa 1 INI
fqs is bit hvM wKfcamMMttla Its
we IlII lt w sfMk hMt eight before
z WUkis1i M kd Mea an
I uUlluJc tin public life she should be
jIIon01 m follow her Inclination for
I UITC It nn lilllnc whnt grist Rood she
mav ilo In the world
It Is hard to say whether men or
Omen arc mor ouslly oonvertej I
ibouM nay hoHrver Hint In the long
run Anninr In the more akin to the
illvlnr iluiio more auae pttbla to ror
reive frlrlfi She I r < He > tlve th II
earrr to KTI II ht higher lomethlnK
HM b hts kLt Inlil JUSt underneath
the surfiio niib 11 pt1nf Into life
In Mir VoliiMeiT movement we are
bl4 10 atipnmch our peopl no dlf
frrpully tn attain Itiv ends If I am
i jrlnfr A uittnrinr of rust aide men
alii nnmen I adopt their lariRtiaco ap 1
ptnl tn thorn in th Jilinuts to which
their fin > are most oecuitorned and In
that wiy reach their moet susceptlWt
f < ellnrs for they know and feel that
I am one with und oae of them TM II
the only way In which you can reach a
t mani heart Make yourself hi equal
Inutko him feel thxl you an nowise store
I hln simply a brother who tua reacted
the higher llrht and gained the hlgitr
I knowleriKn which I a every oWl by ngtt
of inherltanci but to some It come
I early to othr late When that itt
truth nl nxth HaahM acroe th dark
clmidi which hare to ton ohecurei bla
spiritual 1Ir11t he will tall on hll nee
and lot In hcartfen hrnlllatlon anl aor
ruw IxjM havwmrcy urion me a alit
ner
nerVomn continue In your mtrrellou
ao1 KreM work Too llttlt knof what
power you meld over the doing ot th
imlvrntl Yours for God and cotjitrr
nAIUNOTON BOOTHS
The Volimteer Aloadea
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MRS n COlT
L n VANCfLISr
S
Woman Moody Begins
Her Good Work Again
in the City
Mr Marfls Van Cott ho bun her
tTanvellxlnc work In thU city aoln
Pwuity yer ago ah ia a ataotar wow
la what Moody was among men lint
It hai been a lone time tine abs
waited in the viorrud of tht LoN
In this cky and thotutnd will no doubt
be happy to know titat she It hire again I
Mr Van Colt bat been acroai tht
cantlntot tU tlmm and hai scored tile
eonvvrtlon of moo r than 7JW p rtona
She was the first woman llctnted by
the Meihodltt church to preach In thli
But Tint wa tUrtytwo yeu ago
liar work bM put a creak Into her
oleo but abs U till able to raaob Ibo
I Inner on the bank ttala with It And
laat Saturday At the B oond Utrttt
Utthodlit QpUoopal Church near An
IIU1 he made many tam Utalr btaru
to Jod one lUi Mr UvraitouM under
whose luvlcen at Vltnlham Grean
County ahe proaohtd her brat sermon
II nor pallor of the Second attest
church
What wouM you Mr wed Mn
Van Colt If Brother llorthoua and I
ahould hire a Ulaatre and Inrttt roaall
10 denci theriif Now what would yet
Uilnk 7 Oh my nay my I You cant llrt
a lila of sin Ilka tbat and be bleall4
with the real ttlltf of ChrUUanlt lou
cant get sweet and bitter water from
the cams f > imaln > head Oh let ready
get readjrl tont wait lonrerl
A girl who had lltd what aht
thought au the Christian lit went OBI
night to a Janet In a public hall Think
of III The young man who danced with
her Jilt hia arm around her and em
raced her If he bad done that In her
mother hones he would havt tj n
Icked out Tit yount man saId M bt
ilnol ulth her that < iea like to mttl
ier Chritian sister of whom he had
icard aC much She suddenly became
flint and went with her iMort to a teat
Ht aakwJ what was the matter lbs
ad situ wished to so horns Tben its
asked her alJn If she would IrHroduca
him to that ho17 pin her litter Bht
it UM acid abe wa aihanvtd Si aU
i tit had no shier Site Mid ah wa the
ont to whom he referred as tilt ChfU
Ian holy deter She felt tbat ab had
criiclflol her Iord anew and then afc e
vent home aahamed
At the roicluiUn of the sermon the
congregation knelt with Un Van Cott
and rrpeatel aloud word for word after
her a lonf prayer
WEDDING IEPT SECRET
Kdsa Wallarr flsppeV Meeker
Hal Nn JInrrl 4 fr Twrtrr
Ve SrU I
The mMh r of li vVlM Ifor r r
IIH aetna la a lrhle Hh nrafTtnl
Aleuuder OweVMlr In Oakls4 ral
twlvI rear ago TV new bag jut
I eeei mad pubir Mrr Dvmmelr an4
her hut 1 a e noir In this cltjr EeW
T I f inert Mn Josephine al1Aoe
c Aiu I am l seO
Mr luaondr U sivld to be a mllltoa
aim and II known 01 Jh CaB
cout ae the oeal Idle m M ft
c4abUm wa
MANY MOCK WEDDINGS AT
I HUNGARIAN PEASANT BALL
One Qny Patron Vas
Wedded 19 Timc and
Also Divorced During
the Early Murning
Hours
Quick Returns for Pa
trons at the Joyous
New Year Event at
Hadison Square Oar
den
I
A very reapectAblelookltiK elderly
rmtlcmaA with hli tie JUM a trifle at
ktv walkr4 toward the enit end ft the
Mo < l > on Square larden ampMUientrt
at I ocOock thl mornln A youjictr
rrrtn wWi him was trying to penllllJ
hint to co horn
Oo homer b9 lclaJmed JItuaJr
never ray boyl Im color to cat mar
riM aninr Jiwt then he nple1 a
young girt dressed In it very short red
klrt htr Uafct brrUded hair tineri
over her shoulder and her eye dancnc
Ttar she kl lie shouted And run
niiur across tbs floor he kIssed her
rodftrouatr
In an Inttaat two your men very r
ltadtrt u to cold braid crabbed him
Cam to Jail f they ihout 5 and the
old MtatlMMB lau hlnjr bully wwi led
actoM ths ball to a ranvaa Inrlnaure
ntsd to represent the bar of a prltnn
Ht wrai unotf aooJotalr thrown In and
looked up with a doMa other men and
woman
A few nXnutM latar ht MM Til mu I
fF n rr ° H I WM ltd acroti to a booth
NEW ST THOMAS CHARITY
Peer Wau te B Mien NsKerlal
te Mtak Cw fseVes Ira
aSM
lb ThoW t Church ttarta the new
rev with a new form of otartty which
hai teen made voaalbl by a dcmntltn
of two larie poam by Mrs Joseph W
Harper
The rooms hare jaR been complete
They adjoin the obureh anJ the put
poet for which they have been built Is
to enable tha wvoea ef the ooncrasu
Uoa to meet there and eontrtbatt all
otis of material to tie est op bjr them
SAto pattern and degna I
Taeee wW then be given to lbs poor
women of tha perish to make up into
toast aproet arrl other 9ilnts used in
hotpllali
Thee artldee are then to be tlven to
the hoepltali and to the neediest class
of poor
Rrnploymtut will In thli May bs riven
to i lane cumber of worsen who could
othtrwleo obtain oothtne to do and who
are too proud to ask for charity
Rer Dr John W Drown rector 4edl >
cat d the two rooioi mttrdajr
RICH EOT LOVES WAR
teal MarttBeeei Will J l leers
If Dlerkarael
levi
Rttolph MwttaMO lie mlUionai pet
vat of Ute fhlrd Oarairy at Pert mo
cam U trying to ftt dtochanced from
the United Plates army not because he
It tired of soldier lift but btcouat he
lIi1ta It ao veil He want to to to
South Afrloa and get In the ictlv QUI
paIfn thtM HJi mother TMUita hAm to
atari fir hen aMlb
ONE OF Till DANCES IN ATinCII TilE PEASANT MAIDS WEAR
BOOTS
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3ZANZ EERIER
° If 1 am dic3 > art d i tald ta te3ay
I prop M to 0 to th Traiuval an 4
Join the Holes I belltve they need our
trniuethy aDd I would rather aht an
KnilUhman any day than a TaaJ
Tilt new that Manlrfen ma y l vt
th Third Cavalry It heard with irreJ
regret by hM fellowotrootxri Million
air private are a rarity with th n
and MartlnMn ham erlaared bunaelf ty
hll lavish tipenalturi of money
A tip of W or tw to tba mia who tel
untten to eaddlt hie bores la not at all
unomiaon and h made Oirlnjnaa
prt rU erf IMQ gold otrrj cate to seT
oral of the nnncoermltMlfinaj offlcr of
hit regiment
SUED Bf RBI DRESSAIEI
Iks tb > tsrrfe WllltMi Walter
l 1ielt e tar It Befeatee Ike
Wa Crr > rra ge4
lira Uncila R Peabody niece of the
late William Walter Ptnelpa a hando e
oclty woman of SJ HIvemHe Xr1i Is
defendant In a suit brought Ky he
dretrrmaker Madam A Dell of r 2 Wt I
Tw aly lrth elicit to recover a bl ot
IS It wfll be bal la the Ceeond
QaHilet MunJdpal CoJrt on FrIday
Mrr laU < dy Jtclirrs that slit owe
but ITIlt being oveiciarfe lit on the
alteration of a worth > Irei Her check
for thtt amount wss foM by Mine
DIU
Wrs reabudr wtJ contest to tbt end
M saa net iy tM til but for the
t r
It
rr
HELEN BDfQVEaT
where men dressed as rttA sav lhe
xlrl it bras ring anJ chanted the old
gentleman a quarter Five minutes later
the girl went to another booth und de
manded a divorce A JuJxe granted this
for another quarter find tht old gentle
man after a salu > left the girl and re
Jolnl1 his rDinpanlon with
hardest llnrleesi TIff r
Ive married that girl nineteen time
tonlKM an1 If my mans holds out IJ
make Hrlf hum Toung record look lllte
an English general la South Africa
He wouldnt raid didnt leave until hit
muchmarried bride mother took her
horn
Now all this was perfectly Innocent
and took pIe amid the laughter ulng
Ing and music of the fifth annual Hun
garian IVasant Dane at the Oardtn to
day It really began today tiaue
from Id oclock last night until roldnlcbt
ttte Tvenlsecond Retmeut Un and
Nahan Fmnkos orchestra alternated In
a very orderly and satisfactory Sunday
rrM concert
nil Garden was ot very much crowd
ed during those hours although the
programme rendered wet vsr > effootlve
but at midnight when afi a lull In
the murrto B valley r ituni waa fired
knd there > ame a Treat howl nrI1ipp
New Teal lbs vait anrphlh AM was
comfortably tiled
le letr lpreseSd
Nfarry all the boxe hart oooupant
lire Hermann Otlrtob and Mr Burk
Iloch graced two of them and la Is
long IIna were very man wellknown
clubmen of the city Over In costlier
part of tfls Oarden Xfr Tod Boa
and three ether rAil held a reception
This waea very popular point rand wttlle
the midget Jockey and Ills friend re
mained a special detachment of waiter
wr on duty
At the eastern sad ii the Garden
whets th marrying wee and anybod
was privileged to gtt married and a
moit every one did WM ixllargi painted
rd scans rtpTMenllng s HangarUri vl
lire There were the Inn the house
the villagt green and of courte the Jail
At tho stroke nf twelve rwvernl hun
dred Torn men and women appenrn
there arid for an hour and a half dancnl
aathydoln Uaeryar land hfcl soldier
visit i hem had s weJdlnc and anK
loudlY The dance wet new to most
of th crowd Particularly the
Ceirdae
Ai one young man described It to hla
Partner It appears to be a combination
ol every known dane from the heel
up and when Mfty men and women
stamping gMturlig whirling And thou
log performed It at the name time It
Bounded Ilk an artillery battery oroesJn
a wooden bridge
Out that all rtuMed and the rtdeklrl
ed girl and the flowlrvtrolxd Inn
mingled with the bUckoonlni crowd ii
the more familIar welts and twostep
Everywhere Jollity reigned and con
fettl showered an Inch deep on the floor
noldog JJ swathappy Nw Vearl
shoutrxl th men and although It wa
Anally twisted around to Ilulldotr
cremo de menlhe jy the crnmt the
answer Invariably was Mifonlot ken
nek The earn to you
Th first Hungarian Hall at Uadleo
ttqunre Garden was a tuccts
rtrLJ
NEWS ALL THE IN TUB T A RJ F
WORLD OP LrLJJL
V
It may come to put that the jnfor
tunate achooUteaohera who have cot for
month reaetved sag rsmunertin for
their terrier wlli soon bt orranlted aa
a union It rteU with themeelvis far
the Central Federated Union hai decIded
that they outlit to be and their case
has ben referred to the Organization
Committee It was brought alout by
the body receiving a Utter airai b
One of Them In which Comptroller
Oolrr CUll In for e ntM rabe abuse
lie wu termed as conceited and ai I
pluvlni 10 the nlerlet of capltallftipf
which he Is their ret > entatlvt TUtl
otter contlupe with asking for the M
detent of orpirlml lab r to do what
I It could for thKn tn securing their back
pay which I 10 Idly missed by their i
ramlllti I
Joseph MarondeM report l that
through a stranre piece of luck he lcI
cewjei In orcnnlinj the actors of three
of the lIeIrew theatrw In this city lie
aid that on list Thursday ntclll OM of
tht actors tot Into a wranirle with the
manager which resulted In the dU
Charge of tte player flubequmt event
mowed the other actors In a slat of
rebellion and then reftwed to iro on with
their part of the play utters the dlt
charged man was reinstated Rather
than dleoharpt the audience the man
Ir after po6ltlrt took back the
aetor he tit latter refuel to return
unless be warn paid noo which reu t I
was also compiled with Ilamn e thin
act to work to ors aali the players and
lcnPdJ In doing 10 not only with that
theatre but wRit two other
Kiom tin Immemorial In the history
of organised labor there his been a con
slant walling of twoer more organized
bodltt of workmen of the same craft
which hat been considered a superfluity
ItS tacb body baa aJwayt born the In
lUna of the other There u now little
llkcllhona of such a thing exlstln In the
future for the National Airoelatlon han
been asked by the C T I to try to
almalcamale the unions and thereby
make union lira stronger
The action It the result of the firht
which baa xlitd between the Electrical
Workerr Union No t of this t rounh
and a union of the tame tradn In llrook
lyn and alto between the Amalgamated
Plumber and Oai Fitter and the Na
tional Association of number and a
few more too numtrev to mention Th
electricians of title cIty are a strong or
rani lion cornweed af our SVO Mfm
bate and for a long time have endeav
ored to cure a charter from the Na
tional brotherhood but tn nn avail only
because thty are unfriendly to the
Hrooktyn hMy which Is In thf big body
The New Ynrker have Uen told that
he only war In which they ran acquire
that whleh they want I In affiliate wid
th nrooklypltet which they refuse to
in
No I Union bat alto filed protests
with the American FeMerillon of Iabor
against the further recMrnltlon of the
IlrooUn ullf > n 1erauM of their 1olnll
< re1 r II M but their ffnrt In thaI dl
wtlnn lave also felled and IrrsMenl
omp < T > has written Ilirm n letter flat
I Inc why their demand cannot be grant
ed
As lo the pluml > erJ the amalfamAte1
tvlv H r pr wfltHl In the r F V rhlU
the rthrr nfKHriiiitlon ha txvn seated
in the llulldln Trad lounrtl lai4te
the Irowt of the former On thIs
Moount Detent VJnshelmer of the
amUcunitH body had r rrsolutlon
i by the C F f yesterday con
r eejttisj of the CouaorU IB lid
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tatttltut them to tfcetr OfIUIla Jon
But wtvat may eod eli Ut difficulty U
the committee of fire wnJch the C F U
hu annotated to ooDtr with the nv
lionel aeaoclatlon where such exist
and hare tItian amatgun ae all the
unions of th sea crafts The na
tional aaaoclatloca hart rpreeaed thorn
tilVM favorabl to suoh a toheta anol
tn tb Mute the LtssyK i nf peace
reigning ucrtea ti nktly
The Woodcanren Association of this
peat will hoW a meetIng Wednoday
night fer the purport of electing nfflceri
and cnntldertnif amenOmenti to the con
rtltuttfi of the National Afurlatlon
All msmbera have teen revjursle to he
prevent
I Irepuratlont art being malt by the
Cloakmxken Union to enforce a new
011040 scale M the opening of the spring
arvton lell mouth which It It feared I
will meet with oppoiltlon from the man
ufacturcr and lead to a sink Louis
Levy secretary of the union said to
flay that the Manufacturer Anaocla
unit which Went to pieces a few year
ago U elng reorganliwl and that
preparation are being maon to fight
the union The Cloakinakan Union hu
nearly III 0 member and a trill would
bring Idlemoi to u many more less
sklle laborer employed ID the factories
and In nntshlng trurments The Kieeu
tlVA Hoard Is now at work preparing a
prlo list for the Spring season It la
this irlc lit which It U u ptoCl lid will
rtuie trouble
HONG THE FEY OUTSIDE
Mr CamnMa Packard and her daugh
ter Miss Cora Pafknrd SMIS with a
studio at W Elirhth avrnui are myatl
fled over the IOM fri > T thdr room of a
tac containing eight Ojvemm bonds
a af > > Jlf f Insurance piMfy pension
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