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LONGER THAN IT
OUGHT TO BE?
If So, Mr. Le Jeune's New In
. vention Is Exactly What
WORLD, B A TURD AT. MARCH 80 iStY
Why Not Teach College Men to Be Husbands,
Vi-mvwifVinnnnnnn i -
Not the Kind, However, Avail
, able for the Use of
Tucksd on page 1.021 of th
current bulletin of th V. f. Patent
Office I the modest . yet aatoureVng
rrorl Ihn Landry John I.e Jeune of
Welcome, La , has patented a leg
pulling apparatus' And that le Jtiat
tihet he ralli hi Invention a Leg-pulling'
Apparat"' It lie been passed,
rsr tilled, O. K.'d tod swarJed aerial
No. liM.Ma. Inventor Le .Isune s prno
slly turning them out now for an ex
petaat tnsrket, and the time may not
he far distant mhen the lovely devlre
will he available In even the moe'
Of courie, tlie patented sppar.fis
WJU not appeal o the professional leg
puller. He or ahe. aa the case may be,
H. not work openly with approvod
and certlfltU tools. But for the
amateur It aliould prove an enormous
boon. There are millions of H i Who
would, be deMghte.l to atrttch hubby's
leg an :noh or two if they only l:ncw
how. Thit eminent anng writer, author
of the Immortal ballad, "One of Hla !
Lege Was linger than It Really Ought '
"----- - - - -rrn-u-inj-uxruuujT.-.
as Well as College Women to be Wives ?
vwsevvvwwww,,,,.,.,, humm arnrirAiirLUUU..
Miss M. Carey Thomas, Head of Bryn Mawr, Say
Domestic Science Is Unnecessary to Greatest
EWictency, and Feminine Instinct Will Take
Care of the Future of the Human Race.
Women Will Become Scholars of the Hiyhest Rank,
With Lives Devoted to Research and Inven
tion and the Development of Science,
A'ou Almost Restricted to Men.
Some New Effects in Easter Hats
In 1912 Fashion's Wide Variety
som,. very prrogrenHv one
BY SOPHIE IRENE WEB.
T Bryn Mawr Orrllege I attend
ed the devotional exercises In
tlie chapel. The majority of i
the girls wore cap and town, thin be-
in the on college where tails form
of dreae la genersJlj adopted.
A notable feature proving the rapid
at r Idee made by the higher education
for women wae made evident that
here, In thla younfeet of the colleges,
the dean. In her remarka to the etu
denta. eet fort the advisability of the
glrle making plana for public speak
Ing. which she said the young women
of the country would toe called upon
to do In the next ten yeara.
After thla I beard a lecture on phtl
oeophy. in wtitch the professor arnre ,n
a large body of eameet. attentlte, gtrla I
the doctrine of Rene Desesf.. tk
t ie aeiusj exlatenc of a Riiprem Being
" ' man were mere
ly automatons high-grade machine.
Bo that the founder's Maes of the '
h la-beet academic tratnlng. aa well as '
those of President M. Carev Th..
I form the underlying principles of the
institution. Mine Thomas, though mod
eat and reluctant to express vlasva
where women ore concerned. Bh i
to Bo" (ungrammatlual but elegant . "rat prominently into recognition In her work affecting a large fund ror the
thought). the right dope, and If he : Johns Hopkins fnlvecalty on condtttm that women ahould be admitted to the
Is still living he and Mr. Le Jeune mdloal school on the game te'm w mm. Utrr later efforts for woman.'
might to get togetiier and forn a part- ; "dvancement err well known. While she exemplifies MM progressive women
net 'I hlo
LEG-PULLING INVENTION IS
The Welcome, La.. Inventor does not
describe for the Patent OflW the my.
t ad uses to which his leg-pulling ap
peratua may he put. Hie description In
a cold selMtWs exposition of lb In
t'.lceejee of the devlre, to wit:
1. A lea fnill'.n ipcaiatin. crantrllnf a
etaml, a verrlrallv a.linauble pmt usMmI 17
.aid attwl, piuj.'-a ..nrnalel at tha nsser ffl,t
..f live tit. in ira aittnai.i.le as lit pn and
-arr:lat a j.ullt lleaitil .vmnailon paat
tna rer the .aid ..v..;,.,, n watsbt atiaeai I
to oua end of rhe Mil .iiiir.iu.n. atkd nc.
ttartlnas liafln ita nther rn.; arra icad for rw,
iiactloe with tha Ing t Im iwlliil. ami n ar
aiilaly adjnatable anu fu.,,aliua one M aatd
niifirr pr.lfva wti,.reto tn tienalt n tba aJhiat
itirat i,f the pulley t.nverl and awa fruai 'I
ttaue al tlie puat and to vary th dUun
atwasn the i,t and the .uaendad viht.
The above merely explains the physU
cat poaalbil'tles of thin elongating nppa-
ou are nt mi. e lniirc, divlth her d stlnctlv r.minin. .
ELIEVES DOMESTIC TRAINING . wlth. frr 'I was a relief to And thla '
FOR QIRL8 UNNECESSARY.
Minn Thomas bellevev-donH'stlc train
ing Is unnecessary to the greatest of.
flelency for girto, These arc ,ome of her
"Bryn Mawi- was blessed by a bit of
sheerest good luck. Our founder, llko
1 many old bachelors and old maids Who
'know little about tihem, glorified do
mestic duties It ao determined by
him that future Bryn Mawr students
should make their beds snd wash their
M!M like the Wellesliy students of
' Tiie first President of o'.ir Board of
Trustees, ehe accunipnnietl him on a
Journey to s-e how domestic service
1 worked in other colleges, has often told
ratu. If your legs are ;iot mates buy me of thv shock given to Donor Taylor
a leg-puller and do a little home work hy the chluu niched In turbulent waah
with It. If you waat to get on the po- ing by college girls lir.pa'.lent to ge:
nc rorce or pnj me rire uepan- to ,hi:. .tMit,s r the!.- .norta. and hla
siibaciiuen: dcoieion to lesve his misters
mem and you are .in Inch or no short
buy a Le Jeune llmh-stret -hcr. and tn a
few daya you will have attained the
necessary noble altitude. There are
' ndlrates and specialists by the score
who advertise tr.all order left-pulling to
day, but the majority of those are fak
ir, so fsr aa physical results are ob
tained. They pull your leg all right, but
Ttielrs 1. the subtle method that lit. J""l"- " " training
salasrt the hnr.1 who rni "lit.. f i.i. commensurate wltii tlio lois of tlms
lg Was Ixinifer thn It P.rsllv Ourht
YOU MUST BE CAREFUL ABOUT 1 exercises.
rue iMrmuTS prtnciplo with us
Toutllis WltO aspire 'to beocne generals
la our ar.ny and sdmlis's In our navy
are ready v.ctlms of lb adveitlsing
leg-piilllng siHclallats. The re Jeun
device will be a godsend to t.em.
lteadlng the Welcome man's descrip
tion closely you will see that the appa
ratus Is absolutely sure. Tnu only need
he careful about the weishts. If you
are careleaa 'n that detail you may loss '
your leg altogether. I
The de !?c Is s iprerneiy simple and ,
can be attached to any bed If you are
g busy man you ran hitch It onto your
pin at nlgfit snd gradually grow taller
and taller. If you am a But? lady, dit
to. If It rtoulri Interfere with yodr
sleep, why, watt until your summer va
vatlon. In two or three weeks one I
should be tble to do wonders In the leg I
For those who never heard of Wel
come, Louisiana, let It be known that
the town Is a very hotbed of Inventors.
It waa a Welcome man who Invented a
device for making champaarne out of
potato skins. Another Welcome man
invented a set of false teeth for bltlne
otr puppy aog tans. Htm
eloome man Invented the
graduate tall and handsome and dressed 1
- orner women. When, Ave year I
aim-, 1 want to Lelpslg to study after I
bad been graduated from Cornell m
I mother used to write me that my name
neer mentioned to her by women
of her cnua!ntno. I waa thought by
them to he as much of a disgrace to
my family a If I had eloped with the
: COLLEGE LIFE CANNOT CHANGE
"A great deal la aald, and a great j
inuen, or the marriage or non
marriage of college women. Will col.
iD.. 1 . . 1. .....
women disinclined to 1
marry? Do aa many college women aa '
other women marry? Do they wish for
children? Will they consent to bear
inemr will they be able to aura auch
children as they may bear? Will mot
college education make them unloving
wive and mother?
"The very aaklnc of such m.
shows our lack of perspective. Who
that wou'd b ,ooIIil enough to suggest that
lour years of normal college life roM
given hy the students to profoundly alter the natural Instincts '
tsatantlal reduction In rh Of "OHegej man a to harden hi heart '
la un- alnn nurrtage, deprive him of tender
er., ror children or of power to beget
them and cause him to deeert or mal
treat wife and family?
"Tb eolleg rrseltuat. who a
Joia upoa oe to teach women wom
anly virtues aad edaoate tbaaa te
beeeme wive aad moths eaeejg
egl by edaoatlag theU own ool.
lege men to beoosse huebaaga, a-g
U!T T W"" o4" e.
allarly woaaaaly virtus anise,
w edaoate tham la eo-oaUeg fasau
, "-tie.. tiZZZ:
ympatby, reaaoaaUeaeae. sare both
woaaaaly aad aaaly vlrsaee, au
happy are ear men's or woatsa
Jiilnstrurtrd In respect of dotuvstle I
"Bryn Mawr has always hsld
unlens ttwll n-rrice as at Mount
cost of the:r College COUTS. U
valuiihle for study, snd It r.innot tsks
h p'.ice of Crash air or spons or gyni-
It is a matter of
to have everything
poggjbl done for our students towaid
POWER OF SURROUNDINGS AN
INCENTIVE TO LEARNING,
w have ooms to believe that
the power of a college to laflnsnos
He st.idsnts for good 1 vastly to
creased if It gathers them to
gether for four Unpreeateaable
years la the midst of beautiful
'arronobliig In buildings bollt
aad furnished tn aeoordeaee with
ths beat arohlteotaral sad decora
tire tradlttoaa aad admialetered la
accordance with the olvtltisd tra
diuocs of well-bred boaaeholde.
Alao that the good taete embodied
here will be lattrodaeed into haa-
dreds of heeaes. Although It doea
act appear la oar oarrlonlum of
tody, thla la Brya Mawr aot aa
Important ooatrlbutloa to doateetl
"We are living In the midst of great
and, 1 believe, beneficent social ohanges
another wnean are preparing the way for the
musical coming economic Independence of
ii.''iiLCMi Wom''" ,U9d prlmr
l to be wive snd mothers? I do no'
enow I have never met a woman whu
did Ktiow. I have
voted wives and
stove that played an entire opera while ) women. In seven of the largest W eat
yon were cooking a leg of lamb. He ern univeraltlee women already out
died before he cold any of hla stove 1 number men .n tho college department.
hU.1 S-aaft? S j ,0 hu I "L-ntll all women become elf-aupport-
patent right. Mr. Le Jeune was cr- . , .
tataly reared In ths light atmosphere, i 5S SS" f 1. 1U 10
Long nisy he live aJ f turn ouj "K 1 00,1 lw f8r cultur, the
pulling maohlno. Xullltudee of sawed-1 We- an1 u women will select the
off and shorties salute htm with Viva .Croat disciplinary studies which men
I Jeune' Vive l-e Jeune de ha srllle. j neglect beoauss they are intrlnnlcully
reico;ne. ia.: viva: viva: .more difnrni'.: and teem at first
ELF-GOVERNMENT CHIEF PRIN
jatsa 1 . 11111 piao Jtrej. .:is on
ajet(fgov?aoijt of itvdentg and ori-
thsrs ' sinated Hit plan which hag be ..n ndop.eU
exited many de-
moth.r. w4... a.a-
laughed at the prenostsrous Idea. What
reciulrs the mSJZfZl , . ' IfT
powers canscarcely be .cht to women
COLLEGE WOMEN TO OUTNUM
BER COLLEGE MEN.
College women will probably be more
jgjy?' coll men. If we may
Judge from the nonttnuous Increase of
women 'eachrs In the echoole during
the pant thirty years, the collage
women of the future will have almost
SI 2? SfSff nd ondary teach
ing of the country in their hand and
they w.ll compete with m.. ...
feasnrshtps In colleges and unlverslttea
a an taiai ta
FOUGHT WITH BURGLARS.
In Battle la Room.
Two burglars dltcoveied that
was at leaat one more good debt In
Charles Thompson, fifty-seven years old,
a cloth cutter living at Faddrl 's Hotel
at No. 50 Ninth sveniie, when they
tried to lib his room at t o'clock thla
morning. Thompson found two huakv
youths whose faces were familiar to hlm "" "H for
raosacking his room.
Seeing they were co.-i.errd they
.lumped on jtliu. hut he feoghl deeper,
ately and th.oir.l one of then, toet'or
tlioy finnllv heat him into lirlpleasneas.
and after trying uhgUOeeMfllUy to gag
aim threw him across tho bed and left.
The tumuli had been heard hy the man
in the uevt room and he slephened
the ofli'e. but by t;e time the police
reached the room the thieves nad es
caped Tit unpson bad l,en so sell
itusiy in'uied he had to h taken to
Nw Verk Hospital.
In nearly a., or toe Am.tr. Mil
colleges. On Ih'.s s 'hj'ect ah 1
Th- rrrsidrnt of Harvard
whun !.e :a.ted Htyn Mawr . f
sftef ;t jpen'ng, and found our
de:.: te;e gov ern tig t le.nselves,
I'll. i s cmr.ii in 0 to 14 oav.
1 Jill I-S.fi Mill t.l.ltl.l Ul.La. tf C.V.. IllM. ... ' .. .h. . . ..
ran, ... r,,... .... ,1 iwhfss, Bitse, iuMaue i
at Id lre tea 1 s J " aa sttuatatea
Dlgbt, or for the
wree-eno. AS t.ie. saw nt, s.:j to ms:
Tf IHtg contluuss 1 uill glvr you two
years, and no mure. In winch to clos
Bryn Mawr College!.'
"FrCM tha'. day to this Bryn Mawr
College students hsve hsd free snd un
restricted self-government, and have
proved thgl women of the g our moth
ers were when we were hunt ate old
enough to govern theniselv -.. gtudenll'
ttltsgOVCI ttment Is no wot:;ix ;! ; T
thlrten Kastern eeHlgM Hfhr wotnrn
study, and is, i believe, destiued to
spread to all other collegra for women.
"Before 1 hreitl t eolleg i had ren
but on college wouiaii 1 had h lard
turmmwi isaoa, aevotxag tbssa
sslves e reeeaeett aad Uvsatioa
aad erlgtaal InvtstlgaWea, a there
nasi w mu w w vranaejei StMMsJVTW BbsM ShO
trssess. aad pocte, aad sovsllarts.
' in addition to teaching snd library
work, as st present, tile college woman
tf the future will have found certain
trades md profession pej.;;larly suited
to her. tn which shs rsn succeed sn
well u f not betlsr than men I pre-
diet thai architecture and medicine will
bs t,. of Iheee.
"Certain divisions o' buaiaaae win
tend 0 fail Itrto her hands, as 'ipa.
writing and telegiaph - hav alindv
hr 01,11. the professions or won-.en .sho
have no; been to 1 oJlge.
"For the woman who Is at ,0
gland iheulder to iiou:uer : , the
11 ati I he io.e In the n pport of trie
femlly t ier rlll ton in- cert, and
no lunger the M pet seat, o' inui.'sue.
8h wl'1. Indeed, be the only (SOHnVI
tit mnn of WOdtrgte Income can s'
ford la marry."
Suarrr of Ilia Mlel.es.
r.i.m Uia V tauli oeDlaisi
"lie is a gtHfionatre, isn't he
i ,2 W
BaBBaaTBa xaaaaVgal gaV VBBal
Uatr. mmamssmti v" sm m
WILL TRIM THE
Fashion This Year Is Particu
larly Accommodating; to the
' ' ' "TgafMfcBaMLaBh
nds strikers' kiddies mmumm
BY THE NEW Un
SING A FAREWELL
Commuters Stop to Cheer
Lawrence Children Return-
ing To-Da) to Parents,
Many a girl trill trim her own Piaster
I bonnet this year. The new fsshlons de
mand no much handwork In the form of mm .t.'i.r. .
Two hundred and fifty youngsters,
hlldren of the Lawrence knitting
passed through the rlty
puffings, shirtings nd draperlr, tha! ,hUj. on tl,.lr wxv ,n UwTMlia, For
hat has he. ime an I nearly t bfe weeks they had been the
which the geenowtloal I gneele of friends of the strikers here.
I f laf, 1 i n M )
nuuscwnc wun irayror
tainer at Food Prices Un
der Net Weight Act.
the trimming of
Item of expense
womsai will a old by doing the work
Then. too. the present tnodea msks it
possible to nee up many of the odds and
ends almost every woman has hern
saving which she feels It would be use
less to offer to a milliner.
In selecting both hat an.l trimmings
the Ml? girl has a wide choice. It la to
he presumed sh I selecting a large
shspe, aa with the sdvanre of the si
son these will undoubtedly be the f t
vored types. The prcesad shapes seem
I to b preferresl to the pliable hat that
wor prominent last year, though h
latter era still In good demand, and
alnre they are so practical for travelling
and motoring will not so easily bs rele
gated to the sliolf.
The draped taffetas snd the mallne
hala that have been so popular for early
srprlng will now he replereal by braid
and atlk or chiffon covered shapes. In
the former the hemps, mllana and leg
horns are ths favorites.
As to trimming, ths dictates of
fashlnn are, "plenty of It." but a hat
In real good teste, will hsvs this abun
dance so applied as to preserve the sim
plicity which una been and atlll ia th
keynote of elegant millinery.
Although all faahlun predictions aver
thst ostrich Is to be the favorite trim
ming for thla season, a profusion of
flowers will be ussd. In fsrt It Is safe
to say the Heater parad will be a ver
itable flower show both In quantity
and variety. Flowers are used lo cover
the entire crown, they term the edge
of the brim or they, are gsrl.tncl.-d
around the upper brim. A new fancy
arranges thetu upon a bsmleaii under
the brim or tucks a cluster Inya fasci
nating way un the underbrtm to droop
over the hair.
TENDENCY IS TOWARD THE OLD
Th uprighi p.umea anil aigrette type
known as the "stlok-up" will form a
popular trimming In overy conceivable
No special preference for uny flower
Is shown, but the tendency leans to
hard the old-fashioned blossoms tn the
small varieties. Tuose who hava saved
flowers from dlavanv-d hats may now
select ss many kinds as taste dictates
and aew them on a loop of ribbon wire
to fonn a "stick-up" or use them to en-clr-l
crown or hrlm.
With the revival of the old-faehloned
nosegay these little bouquet are used
an hat trimmings. Small clusters of
flower., usual. y with a rose In the
centre, attached In 1 haphasard fashion
on ths crown or hrlm, often un the very
eaUe. are a novel Idea and onu that la
The blucli and while vogun will bring
out many beaut. ful o.trlch effects. A
pretty one I n loitg white Kreneh plume
overspread with waving black paradise
Veiling effects are Igalh very popular.
If last seaaon'a leghorn Is so yellow
that It really cannot be worn. Just covsr
the top with chiffon In a dainty Una
den or pompadour pattern, fao the un
dsThrlm with velvet, and there la a I1.1t
that is the very acme of style. Or, sa
shown In the Illustration. Un. whole hat
may be overlaid.
later promlau to be a popular hat
M limning. A strip of 1 air old lac. la
Just the thing (or In tin facing, and If
thsre Is enough lay it In pleats. A b t
of an old lace aha.wt may be usttl le
over tho crown or Ihe whole of a leg
horn hat. A band of lace over a black
velvet fncinir Is most effective.
An upward rolling brim looks well
faced wKh Isce. A strip of la.e msy
saelly be furnisd Into a butterfly effe-'t
by wiring It, llulh edgings and Inser
tions sre largely Wed, and especially
In comblnstlon with the legnorn, tho
shadow laces lxlng the favorites.
The home milliner niay follow her own
n-Aeet will for this year's slaatet bon
us!, slnse Fah!tm psnnltn thn trim
intngn to be placid anywhere upon tho
hat. The front trimming Is the newest
Ides, but the side and back trimmings
are Just as much In evidence.
It. c!i high and low trimmings era
squally In vogue, but the trend of
fashion Is tonard flat effects on the
low-crowneri large shape that will
probably be thn prevailing summer bat.
in llilladrlptila and other cities. In
order tha' wo-ry over them might not
In let fail elth the victory which the
sttlkers finally anhleved. Ihe otlldren
were sent frotu the strike soue.
While the oltlWren were all gathered
Housewives hava soorsd a dee
victory through the Legislators. I
after they will receive a fuel P
weight of butter, sugar. tuOTee,
ham, bacon or any other
without paying for the wrapper er 1
The Bureau of Weights and Meaei
m congratulating itself to-day ea the
successful psssjg of the Met
bill In the Henate, making Blab
AT DOOR OF THE
Vnd Mulberry Bend
Added lt Alarm
.Many Pistol Shots.
I Li A
on, ing and
rssUeilag riles la 1
ltd he Jo k?"
"lie is grant the) oall
gotn; iscpert on trusts. '
v -.,t u 1 .:"
"Well, hg shoes tbeni how 'j Organ
lae. nuil thus eats tlieon elssnlns,. II...
as ts lng t h haa h shows the Uevamment how li. kuai
went le gee her them, and that gala theas rang.
Tin- ggaioa of a bomb thai had
been p!ad near th tote fat the apn -n:ent
of florajfto Farlno. Janitor, on
the aepend Bear, relieved by the firing
if setrrul atotH from a: nlts by
fr.ghtsnad trnania, saniiuoneil isVeral
paueimeo early to-day 10 a ala-eiory might be mere readily gaiaed.
tenement l ;,t.j Mulberry street.
Ten fu,tnies iv ii i.vo there were al.
routed. Th, only damage done wua the
eoarehlgg ef I ha tiled flooring In ths
aoofadaiary liai: way.
1 " bomb, according I0 ,etes-tlves,
ooni ft. d of email paper eylindar rilled
wim powder a'.ii woundj Mth thin wir.
fgltno denied having received threat
ening letter, hat thought th. jm.,
ws Intended lo frlgntrn ,, mig
ceding iu deniaadi to. rnenej that
..ht be mad. la the future
1 lie rsiui.,,.,1, ,, ,.ej .
of the dM "Mulberry Bend" section,
t'Ppoei Col mibu I'ara 1 ., rolgtaa i
Hymlagloa oi the BUaabath m.-et -ta-1
nun ..as tn nrei to reach tnr tone
nr.ir. 1 nr tnanta crowded mto tb
nauaaya anu on ilr esrup.-a. They j
ue .. assured hy h, poll -em . . ;lt lM
irsferngl naehlae had vrouglil no teri.
nil daatags tnsl gradually returned to!
their gpertmeni 1
Detect! vet found ihw the leeji on ths 1
VSatlhule aa hrchen a id that it uja
impossible to -cute , The detective
JV the placing ot the hotnli ess douot-
! 1 planned ner ban eh go gnd
that the lin k Was bi .'rt. hy er,., of !ta
ii rs n- reepeatrbl for tit sgnioeUa
.n wiusi cnai sniraricv to in- ..u.nei.-
THIEF GOOD TO QOODSPEED.
geads Maria Watch By Messenger tn
To ths home of Karl Uoodepeed, a
moving picture operator of So. Ml
Willis avenue, the Bronx, came a fif
teen year old boy to-day. He toll
little Thlllp loodpeed, who rsn to the
door, that he wanted to eee Phil. 1 s
mother. When Mrs. cioodiapeed ceme
the boy tin 1 ' a small package Into
, her hand saying that s man had given
H to hint to carry to her. Then the
1 hoy ran away
In the package was a gohl watch
belonging to Mr. Cioodsperd which with
other Jewel: v hsd been stjden ffom hut
borne a rear ee in teiiing of th
, return of the wstcu 10 ftetectlvti
O'Neill Mr. OOOd pied said that three
years ago. aftrr his wire's eiigagrrih-nt
ring an I otner teaelry had been ntoien.
it 11 in returned to blm hy espr.-ss.
He Is In doitht Whether he In the tries
ttn of thieves or of frwnda with a
QSjeer sense of humor.
of ths outgoing trankn of the New York
New MavSn and Hsrtfnrd rallrosd In
the ilrand t'entral r'stlun. some of
them started the filar Hpaitgled Man
ner ' In a mnmrnt nil sera singing
and thousands rtf comtniiteiw, pausing
In their rucih to wotk, crowded around
slid JcSlned In the .ing.
The children loo-ti-l much l.-tter than
when they were on their wav to their
temporary hontee. They wrre fetter,
f, 1 cheeks were rrd nn d'.hlr eye
were hrhrht snd apsrkllng. Kvory Inst
one of them was dreeseil In new clothes
which hsd been given tn them by their
hosts. Many rarrlsd tug niinetvts of
flowers. The dill ren Ailed two coaches
which bad been reerrved for them, and
were In charge of i legatee eent on
from lawrence hy unions.
in ine temporary concourse at me md "s"'"'""" " "w tw. nnaiw
signing of ths measure by Oov. Qn
and he has announced that be will da) ee
the law will go Into effect.
Commissioner Welsh of the Parana,
who preaented the Mil to "Big Tha al
lies, 1. said to-day he wee prepared with
a staff of men to enforce the la ad
once. Notice will be sent be pasBsro
throughout the country that horeaftdr 1
wUI be Illegal to offer for sale In Wear
York City or the But any par hag nag
containing full net weight, 1 gggggg Of
th character of the package lueff.
Htatee would follow Now YTk
throughout the t'nlon the aha
fond packaare would be Illegal.
"Not only- food stuffs, but every ar
ticle of food that 1 old by weight
enmea under th new law. eel
miss:., ner Wslah. "We have
thousands of package purporting
contain a full pound, which, ea
n ml nn ion, were found to be
ounces short. Ths packags ae a whole
In every re put down th ecalee ta
th pound mark. Thla all meane that
rhe housewife has been paying feed
rate for paper, pasteboard and raawae."
Commissioner Walah related a talk
be hat w.ti Congressman Mann Of
Chicago a few month ago when he
appealesi for th adoption of a national
"Go back to your own Slate and try
and get auch a law through. I Beat
think you will nav much succsea."
all the encouragement the Ci
gave. Turning upon htm. Walah MgdMl
"C'ongri man Mann, I obeli pi are t
you that Mew York Htate le capable ejf
showing you th way. Within a yaw I
hall he able to point out to yea em she
law book of Now Yorh Hint Just asjgtt a
law as I have asked yea ta tghJaO
national for the protection ef the ejgn
To-day Commissioner Walah
ropy of ths new haw to
Mann, who. coming from
eenls the grealeet packing eeatre ta the
ACTRESS AND STUDENT VOW
THEY WILL WED DESPITE
PAPA COMBS'S OPPOSITION.
Broker Says "Preposterous," and
Sends Son SI .50 Spending
Money and a Scolding.
RRinOKPOnT. Conn., March .
Despite tho opposition of II. ft. Combs,
a look. r. ol No. 25 llrosd street. New
York, bla seventeen-year-old son. Al
hart, and nlneiren-J ear-old Miss M. hired
linger, folder stngn beauty, reiterate
their Intention to ant married.
Miss Hergor arrived hero yesterday
In nn eutomoblle with her aunt. Mr. 8
J. Wagner -t N. 4 Wt Klfty-nlnth
street. New York. Bh seld ths had
come just to see Mr. Combe, who was
Combe I a student ot me Hargrove
school. "I have been Invited," he (kid)
lo-dny. "to spend Holiday with MM.
Wagner In New York, and I'm going.
Mildred and I truly are engaged, and
we are going to be married."
Young Cuttrtbs admits that ne'e hav
ing a hard lime with his father, for
when he asked for money the other day
all be got aii a check for a dollar
and a half, accompanied hy a scolding.
The broker ears the report of his son's
engagement Is preposterous,
WITH SPRINGLIKE HATS tempt
ittfc im on the one hand and Summorliln
ghoen cfallina us on the other, it ia aot
hard to realize that Spring ia here.
AT THE QUEEN QUALITY Boot
Shop you can already nee the advanoa
Spring and' Summer style charmiag
inudeU in white and t ml. I aaw a doaen
styles in white shoes alone.
' THE WAY, this promise to be
a great "white season." and every woman
who would tie lie hyuetirin dress needs a
pair of White Buckskin Shoes und a but
of White Suede Pumps.
PATENT LEATHER, of court, ia
alvvuys in vogue, and you will find
cnanuing assortment of these in b
of new models f t Spring and Sumi
ALL OF THESE SHOES have the
famous flexible sole which "gives" witk
every motion of the foot. That ia why
Queen Quality Shea need no breaking
ip. I don't think you will find any other
footwear half so comfortable.
PRICES RANGE $:V30 to $3.00.
32 West 34th Street
100 New Homes
; , South Ozone Park
5, 0 and 7 rooms; all improve- t.V
mentn. rnces 9H,aOQ to ,300.
$100 Cash, $10 Per Month
How to gel there: Fulton St
LOW EXCURSION FARES
SUNDAYS, MARCH 31; APRIL 7, 14, 21, 28
Oat the abuse .dates aoerisl tickets trill ee seld
In l ens Isltnd. .uelals. east el tlaehhsg end
.l.in.l. a. lurludlaa Ihe tar Ksn kr. Mrearh.
.... Ill lea ns frent H.OO V to 1.1) r. J..
, gued le return ea aas tenia sa date ef ail, al
ONE WAY FARE FOR ROUND TRIP.
SEE LONG ISLAND
(City Line i and "1." to end, then ; and st-lect u summer r permanent home-placf
South tr(.ne i iractioni car to drnoni ttv hills on the bound shore; along
tlu1 ocean .nore on trie ioutn. or in the beau-'
f it til ana picturesque central section.
aj Istsuil K. U. trains leave I'ma, tvaela Statta. t
N. W. Cor. I4tn t. Sway. .... KOUZ WmJTTS
David P. Leahy Realty Co.
N. W. Cor. lit St. a Sway.
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