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TBI EVElfIlT WORLD, THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 1913.
20,000 GIRLS MAY
nrr nan in mru t
LI I kflf AX III V
im I I p I rj I IIL I
lists With Sixteen Begins
Widespread Mo w in While j
D. E. SICHER HEADS IT.
V Manufacturers Do Not Aid
Voluntarily He Will Seek
tidier C, Sitter. president the
Cggton Garment Manufacturers' Asso- I
edition, who has started a movement
sswong ths white good makers to In- I
esWae the efficiency of tins';- workers ;
Sgtfl decrease the likelihood of future '
tribes bv educating the Illiterate
Ml the girl employees, eald to-dav 1
at if his a so !, did Ml Ml tn4
th the scheme, he would seek to
IssVe it made their duty to do to by
"I would rather havo tiie manufac
tsrert Join tho movement voluntarily,"
Mr. Slcher, who Is a member of
firm of I). E. Stcher 4. Co.. No. 51
; Twenty-first etrcet "I tlilnk they
WIS do to. But I t .Ink the carrying
eml of tho antteme important to the
trade both to employer and workers
Sstst t will advocate legislation, enm
awlTlng the employer to give the girlt
fttw months schooling."
H. Blehtr hopes to extend the tchemo
W that not only the 20.000 girls In ths
white goods Industry, hut the hundredt
Off thousands employed in other lines win
beoome part-time ntudenta In great
Shool to be established with the SO
operation of the Board of Education
IB Industrial centres. The Board yes
terday raglstered It formal approval
of the plan.
IXTEEN 5IRLS CHOSEN FOR
THE FIRST TEST.
Tor the purpoas of eiperlmentlng elx
teen girls iin -' been selected four from
feh of fou, .art shops and eight of
sm will report at Public School No. 4
Rlvlngton street each morning Instead
Of at their, machines. The scheme will
tart to work Itself oat either .Monday
Of at the beginning off ths new school
Tho first eight wMI study for one week.
Wasp will bo asked to do no work dur
.lesj that parted (or their employers, but
y enr steps containing the amount
trots out week's earning a at
will bo waiting for them.
it wUl be tho turn of th other
Hilt, who win have six days of school
SBSJ at the expanse of "the boss." Thus
hey will alternate until vacation tlroo
well moan th end of vacation
"Tho Idea came to me when the
Met was on." said .Mr. Slchar. "In
or workrooms t'.icrs wan an unusually
pareantage of irwa-AmarlOM
Is, uarman-Anierlrans and plain
The girls etuek by us
sent a committee to aaaure ths
they bad no complaint. But the
iris, who came mostly from
to pasture lands of Russia and Si
beria, marched out the minute the
trlko was declared.
WKfJOUCATED GIRLS SWAYED BV
"ft girls had been treated alike,
dSBlouab the strikers, perhaps, had not
feoan earning quit as much at those
Who stayed. That was beeauso thry
were not .so efficient I found that the
girls who walked out did so because
thaw War undeveloped mentally and
took their Ideaa from the mouth of
"Moat of them could not read or writs
r make a simple addition. They were
poorly nourished because they know
nothing of proper methods for prepar
ing food. Poorly clad because they had
never been tsught to make cheap,
pretty drawee for themselves. They
had no Idea of fhg right sort of n la
ttemhip between employer nnd worker
baoauae thsy lived in a hot bed of
"I recognized that I owed n rlnty to
those girls. A certain ammin; of edu
cation. I fait turs, would Increase their
oornlng capacity and decrease the like
lihood of future 'blind' strikes I went I
to other manuftirrturerM with my plan i
and three of t iem are gggQOlhtad with j
me now in this experiment. Th Iloarl I
off Education approve and lifts of-
ferad Its hartlest Moparatlon.
"ttventuaJly 1 hop that every sirl
In the white s;ood trade anil in every
othor trade In New York, when; ignor- j
asieg la prevalent, will have an oppor
tunlty to go through the eonraa wlth i
out loolng any part of her earnlnta.
I would rather have this hrougM about
toy H voluntary agreement among the
oatnufltcturars, hut If this cannot be
I shall try to have it aocompllphad by
loilslatloii eomptlling ths Mnployor '
give his n orketa 4 fear month g1 Kchool- !
ing and psy for it from h.e own
OlrrLS ALL PUT IN SEPARATE
Or. Wmtiirep Tatbot of CUivolgut,
who calls himself n "human ntinesrV
ago whose buslbsss it la t.j f4lM H.e
fBotency of workors, ie working it!i ,
tho white goods roanuto'iturori hod
wHl watch tno progtoti of the eperl
toon tat slxti-cn The girls wUl be In a
separate c4asarom ti ths FtlWngton'
trot oohooi und M il: im undsr .1 tptplgl ,
toaohor. Thy win stouv from t
o'clock in the morutnif until In tko
asftoittoon a :,wim iipprontmatloii of I
tholr workinu honri Hun (lie regulgi'
Oohool day. Tltt olght lm ar mil In!
will hg at thalr gMtwtoinaai
in tha iio;i until tnoli'djturni
to take in too liooka usoln
Ha) in ui til ti a. houra ollj be i. . 1 o
teajNttjr tl ggdlUfi writing, aag. fiav.
tsrLr're vfeer X WtM wt 'KCW ZiS " T WHO
Ate TMiJ taiw AfXJOT J ( ' I
U TAgttOr'J ANf WCOMC TAX I A V
win ltuii i ruri rritn m neir employers Because JW gm , w i
They Are Lonesome, but on Account of Flat- U " W -V r- U
teru Which Theu Don't Reali " I is . T K
$100 IN PRIZES FOR LETTERS
BY REAL WORKING GIRLS $100
Cash prizes amounting to Sioo will be given for the most help
ful letters from REAL WORKING GIRLS on the subject dealt with
in this series.
The money will be divided as follows: Two prizes of S2S each.
Five other prizes of $10 each.
The seven letters which, in Nixola Greoley-Smith's judgment, are
best and most helpful will receive these awards.
BY NIXOLA GREELEY-SMITH.
Tho high cost of llvinn prevents
early marrlaseo promotes Immorality.
the poor poorer under our system of
) rnxoL, boeEL.t:v 3NtiTHy
Jf-JM mfM nn """T'-stlng annlysls of tho rea-1 -- 3aSUZiaVjBaV sKlM
9 JH "omr KlrN work and win ewV tftSsOTM Lri
y fa 'M W For wl,h fr(' wotI an(l f'""1 "ifat th ' . JaaalKTggg 'rTg: I
beset us we all are by thee perplex
ing problem we have very generally Improved upon the morals of that
torrid locality. As u matter of fact, a great many persons are not married
simply because they don t want to be married. If all the men who could
support wives would take them the problem or living would be considerably
simplified. Women exist also who do not'wish to limit what they consider
their opportunities by a public choice difficult though no lonKcr impossible
Pew wosasa will accept tha
statement that "many girl unfor
tunates, If they could have mar
ried remap, might have mads good
wires aad mothers.'' Wo acci
dental goodaass la real goodness.
aTo aa tasted metal is proved to be
Hero and there, of course, one finds
women who are accidentally bad as
here and there one encounters otlx-ra
who are merely accidentally good. But
real goodness is positive and Incorrupt
ible. That Is why women have iteen so
unanimous In repudiating the Huagestlon
that a minimum wags could have any
effect on morality. It la generally be
lieved that women am more SOVsrt than
men in their Judgment of other women.
If this Is true It Is only IstoAUas women
know as men never can how Hightly a
normal girl la affected hy so called
temptation, how llttlo temptation IMiptS
l.er unices It Is eupplerm nteil by th
things for whkh aha often really and
tiulv baa n paasMMI letr . --111 -ty
Clothes, becoming hsvtt aid Islsurs for
If there la anything la nature
mora oold-bloodsd than ths tnrtle
which Br. Prleduiann sslsotsd for
his ssroai becaasg) of its frappsed
character, I am sure it Is a normal
woman, sfsn may lovs bocaus
thsy can't help It, but women are
much mors consciously rolltional
In thalr emotions.
In the nature of every goefl woman
there Is always a cyclone Bgllnr to
w'.io i ths can rctrc.nl in safety Whllti '
tho tornado hurtbs by, Aui
mtxy woman dWvl parpstuailly
lemperale zones of tne bCsOtlOng un i I
wouldn't know a tornado If they saw I
This In not my opinion only, but thai
ef practically all physicians and arb-u-Mats
who have ttJdled the feminine '
nature. The letter of Kvenln.; World
FLIRTING GIRLS DON'T REALIZE
WHY THEY FLIRT.
Pea! Mulim: In toy opinion girls !
pie srtthtnetin. Pot the sftertiooa ho its
Mi . Si' he;- heS piautitt.l threu studies
HOI in tho ustia! etri iculum-nenliil.
sj t.j uhyslasi hygiene. The IffngBi i
ul tllu urs" has not hc-ti decided on, !
but Mi. Ml- l.ef thinks it sliould start!
and end with the school year.
I the experlmai.t is u'suocess thsae ;
making it hope to Start In M girls tn '
two altsinaifiig alaawes of too each nest i
IIIIIIIIIIIHH I 'I t I'M W-;-v
WHO WORKS AND WINS
Copyright, ma, by Ths Press PuBllshlng Co RM New Tone World).
Laid to High Cost of
Because It Prevents Early
kau mini inr to M PLAiTffco Let 'VOX r So iAlTS!W?
Write M. C. W." II 'jjtFr '
early marriages. The prevention of
Meantime the rich grow richer and
benevolent feudalism and class legis
Such at least is tho view of an
Evening World reader who supplies
an interesting analysis of the rea
sons why some girls work and win
and others fall.
If this In right then there Is surely
light ahead In the new tariff bill.
For with free wool and free meat the
cost of living is expected to come
down, and then everybody that
hasn't been over to the .Marriage
License Bureau will be able to make
a rush for It. I am afraid I don't
ngreo with the assrtlon that moral
ity depends upon the cost of living,
for morality Is lowcxt where living
coats the least. No one In Central
Africa, for Instance, is tho least bit
worried bv the nrlrt nf miinmnkiioa
or the rent of an apartment, and yet
don't flirt with their employers be-
MUM they ;,re kmSSOOlS, as meat of
the letter. I have read seem to Indl-
ate; hut they ac.-cpt the attontion.s
of tholr employers almont without
.eallzlr.K th..y arB jmnK t
they are au flattered that they rtre
rea ly about twenty miles ahova
earth. Working girls must under
Stand that men in the position most
men are who employ secretaries are
not "foiling" for that sweet Innorsnt
tttle girl from the country. They
jnarrjr .r!, lhe,r own p,,,,, ,
fe, hut they arc men. and all man
n to be "altered snd to have
turn made over them. They seem to
thmk tiiat 1 kiss thrown In now tod
then doesn't make much difference
A man iio takes a ulrl out to fine
Ulnnara, theatres ami for rl.le. n
tuxia in my opinion haa a Vrrlble
fcrv. -it only spolli a girl for a
IMOd, honest chap who hasn't got
means in ao all this lor h.
gin meets Many
B man w 10 la arasy
hut hold vff Is mu u.i.......
nnn tie m.ui .,,, tr.
1 1 SB jr
u! you. 1 o0-t b4,, ltl mmMn
suirrage, but I do believe thai womei
mould put themStlVM ott the same
platform with a. man a." far aa huai
Mtn Is vono-roed. and If glrlls didn't
iillov.- men privileges Just for the
sake at hoidinn their positions they
WOUM tOOtl find out that it paaa'l
.1 ill. i.e- essary und r, aluu how
foolish tiiey would have batn to ai
low It u, c. n- "
MN GENERALLY wait for en-
Uenr Madam: In the first pia.
the Mas 'hat girl, SJ wroBg u
lute ux-iut ? of Insuffl.letit WAgSS Is
rroneoua As they grow 1o ina
tarlty Uhey are naturally aitra ted
lO the eppOSltS sex.
They y.a.tit the attention and com
pany Of n man Just at men aa..;
the uompaay of ihe fsjy sag, n 1,
a provision of nature and is true
or all normal human he. Thsy
want a oompaoJoa, a hiftband or
nl'e, ami 11 home, hut as time
goee on the io.ip'.h being, agr
hap.'i. unable to marry, btauause of
SOOUomle r Olhar reetuns, the glri
may finally iapae froui virtus. At
first tho alrl nevaf thinks of money;
all a'ue WMta a companion,
amusement, tuea'.ret, dances and
Is very taw cam de girls aib-
w - x - X - : - K - XH - X - i - X - X - t - X - r - X
- im i i ii asssssi assssaa st 1
erately start In this life r.lth nier
Oenary motives. Any girl who bo
gins by selling her virtue for money
never hi 1 ony real virtue. If a
girl is naturally Inclined that way
neither high Sjaget nor a oomfort
able home will al"P licr. A consld
rraole portion of the slattaoStUM ele
ment comes from cooifof table nomso.
They don't neisl money partieu-
lariy, hut crave esoltameat. Many
gO'id men and Women seern to be
obsessed with the notion tht there
is a eonslderablt body ' men who
deliberately Its in wait, so to bp tit.
and endeavor to lea.l
There are such men, 1
their number s v.
aggerated, An- ; .
g.rla ISI '
.' oourae, ul
,.'i -Xt'V UXg
MM cs. If ah
herself, except In rare
wants to, atid very gefclom Will Sn.t
man make advances to her unU 1
by her words or ii';lions she e.;
cou ran cm him.
The ldoa that women aa a whole
arc natuially hi tter anil more moral
than men In nut susceptible of
proof. Sex has nothing to ! With
morality. Women, perhaps boon 1st
they are physically the weaker sex,
arc more inclined to falsehood and
deceit than men. Any one alio ha
had mueii experience with them in
business or social lite knows this.
Many unfortunate itirls, however,
if tin- oondltloai of life had been
such that they could havo min i led
yonnir, would have made jtood wives
Tiie hiph cost of living, large!) 1 11
lestilt of laws made to benefit tho
rich at the egpenss Of tho poor 1 on-
umer, renders marriage Impossible
In many cases, and the result Is
thousands of Irregular unload '
every year all over the country, n hits
the rlOh grow richer and the poor
poorer under our system of h. nev
ont fe.nla! .m and cla.-s legislation
When we consider that, eOBordlng
to the ei nsus, thefS are over four
m liinns of unmarried .''en In Ihls
country over thirty years of jie,
and n sorreepondlntt'i large gnmber
o? unman-l d women. It If to he gg
pected that Immorality would be
prevalent. BUffh a condttlon '1 fc the
same effecl as laws that have at one
time or another been pnaeted in
Rnropean countries forbidding mar
riage without a certain Income, i' i
der such liws illogit mate olrths al
S'a 1 s tnorsaaad, Whan there is a
fair field and no favor, and 01 oil
t'ois .lie SUch that aaffl far: sg .
am common, then, atxl BO till tie 11,
mil tiero be any Improvement ' .
the situation. O. a. if,
Holilieil Ihe DogS)! Jail Warden.
Inoe Paul Stein ohanged h n ilden
I from ii'" Tombs lo tho Hudson County
J.ill iictott ihe river last Tuesday t .,
Jersey city polios havo ooonootod i
with half doteti robberies Inert.
James Kelly ( the dapul ea.-den of the
Jail, came out to UShOf -teln to ins cell
on his arrival and recognized him at tne
man who rented a room from ills grits
las'. November and toft trlfb u n " dls
nutnd Pln aofari IhO week waa up. The
police believe that Stein, who Is twenty
SOVsn, iind gives his address as No. id
81. Mark's BlaOO, Minhnttan. gut more
taau I."J In a tsilee of BeOffdlag houas
tbefu la Jvisy City.
- X -
SEES PROMISED LAND AFAR,
DIES NEARING THIS PORT.
Plre Island Ugrrl Last Sight of Son
Coming to Claim Mother Absent
for Twenty Year?.
Mte. Qentlle and hi r son PansjuelS
came hers from Palermo, SlellPi twenty
years ago, to tempi fortuns, They
went to Ounnleon, t'olorndo, They left
I behind their tlx-ysar-old boy, Lttlgi,
j a Ith relatives,
faafinals prospered as a trooar and
bei ims an Influential oltlasn, lie
Is 1 mall fortune, died and left
1 his mother, The mother elghe.l
Hlclllan SklOS and her LulgL She
1 Wrote to III ill to come a lei take her to
j her old home. LUlgl milled on the
1 Wiute Star liner Cadrle, Which arrived
In port to-day With one paasongi r lesa
than had embarked
LUlgl died last night. He h id bsOT
one of the happiest "ti board, He talked
gloatngly or his arospoets and or his
old mother, whom he was so anxious
10 see. On Hunday he was taken 111.
Pneumonia followed and last nUht the
ship's doctor told him he wan dying. He
was toftd i'iie Island light was vtsibti
anil bogged 1 0 stosfards to carry him
to a porthole that hs mlkht. at least,
see the friendly Ughl. Ho saw tiie llgh.
thai flickered mar off. rhen f"ll ba:k
: The body will be hei.i at Quarantine
tu til the mother It hoard 1 in
i STOLE FOR HONEYMOON,
! MNsTOI'S 1 I'lcLi-d. Me llu de
QOOS 111 IMi-Miih lloas's Pexlct,
tteoause he did not want t i disappoint
a bride by not taking in-r en a honey.
noon It I I, Slgmund Bhgol of No. IP,
Suffolk aire, t si, ii, his emplo) ert watch
and chain and pawned them, Rngol
pleaded gUlllF to-day in thn Cmtit of
Upeelal keatlone ami was remagslt-l lo
The theft to, I: slac I St PI. II last at
No. 7IJ Ninth avenue, nn UpIOsteriij
shop owned by Isaac Olnaberg, IBngel
notified hit employer that hs was lo be
married. Qulni home thnt night Rag I s
pocket waa ploked of lie, which he had
saved for hit honeymoon trip, HathM
than pot ptsp toe nssrriaga Rnael took
Oinsberg's watch om or ti. a-alstaoat,
whloh bung In a looker, ami ran away,
n w in caught recently.
AUTO THIEVES SENTENCED.
Poetner iinr niutiit-rs nn si,,K
for Veil lliirraliuaa.
laOUls Kaplan and Abraham Rogul
niembers of ,a:. :. . stolen
s n"i won i of
plies, Were to-,1
ntng pr.'-n i .r
ml imoblles mid sup
tenti need U Kir,tf
om one year and s,: i
months In three year', by Justice Scn-
bury '.n the gupreme t'ourt.
TltOy were oonvlcted by Attlttahl Diss
trlci-Attornoy Mom ol oiitainlng an
automo-blie, valued tit 11,100, from thi
Kit ei "nr Company, No, is; Broadway
ib-gui paid fdfit eaah for ths ear , j
gavo notes, Indorsed by Kaplan, for the
remainder. Kaplan assured the nnn
that he tied v,,,i in the Fifth National
Hank, he bad only ts there. Hoth wore
tnemberi ot a band of "g p" horse
dealers driven out of business by Ills-
tjtrb-t-Attornty Whit-eati's prusSssillette
i rrnp nninno
lunnv n nrnw
Hiiuni! n mm!
IT'S A k'AN LIE
PoOtbtll Hero Plvnn's Chorus
(iirl Wife Denies Sep
NO THOUGHT OF SUIT.
Says No Annulment Proceed
ings Would Be Brought by
His Wealthy Father.
Mr" "l.efty" I'lynn. who was dainty
Irene C'lslre of the chorus before she
eloped with Tale's rhamplon fullha-k
Isst January, leaned bsck In the cush
ions of her elaborately appointed llm
onelne motor car to-day and wated in
dignant. Mrs. "t.eftv." In fact, quite
lio-t her temper.
"I'm to mad I can hardly think, much
I leas talk," she assarted.
And all because of a telegraphed re
, pari from New Haven that former chums
of the dashhlng young athM had heard
the father of "Lefty" was going to begin
proceedings to annul the wedding or his
. . an. I II I I ' In I r . ., hi. . n I i ..tin
l.eary back In Holyoke. Mass.. the
daughter or Cornelius lary. a llven
man. before she responded to the lure!
of the footllxhts.
"It Isn't Intel It Isn't true!" cried Mrs.
"Lefty.1 "To sav that Mr. Ply an and
I are separated Is a mean, nasty lie."
Mis. Klynn told a reporter ror The
Kvenlng World to deny toe report ap
strongly as he pleased and sav ahe sa d
an. Hhe had Just entered her motoi
car, WhlOh stood In tho porte-cochere
of th hlg apartment building at Cen
tral Part West and Klghty-slxth stieet,
where the Klynns have resided ever
since Mill : on .fohn M.i'unn made
them one In the "little marrying room"
In the basement of the City Hall.
Mrs. I'lynn was wearing n handsome,
gray fur coat and a i hlc. lavendnr ve.
Vet hat. trimmed Willi an aigrette, and
looked rrdlant until told of the report
from New Haven. This report had It that
young Klynn's father, Joseph A. Klynn,
head of the Hennett Construction Com
pany ol No. 2 Hector street, hsd sent
him abroad while annulment proced
tmrs were brought, snd that on tils re
turn he would go hack to his studies In
the SilettloM SctSntlSC Schisd lit Vale
"Mr. Klynn's not In Europe he's In
Canada." aald Mrs. Klynn. "I was with
him Just a couple of daya ago. I had
to attend to some matters so I came
b.ick here, but I'm going up there
again right away. i
"W.iere is he I won't tell you be
yond thnt lie's In Canada. He's doing
civil engineering - that's his business.
And we're Just es happy sa we can
lie. It's cruel for those had hoys up
at New Haven to ifart eueh a story
SIM nieatie-1 for the newspapers to
"I only wish 'Lef 'Mr Klvnn was
her". Then I wouldn't have to make
theso denisle. It makes mt so mad."
Mm I'lynn ssld the apartment -.was
maintained here because New York was
t!ll their home, even though Mr. Klnn
might be detained away from It for
months. Her younger sister, All e
l.n.irv, who Is eighteen, and a thl-d
sister, a child of eight, are with Mrs.
Klynn In the apartment. And she as
serts she and her husband are on the
beet of terms with Mr. I'lynn's father,
Then tho former show girl touched
a button Which tinkled a bell over the
head of Ihe chauffeur. The engine
started throbbing, Mrs. Klynn pulled
down a window and called the reporter
lis sure and say the whole report's
a He, and aay I said so," she shouted
the machine rolled away.
Josehp A. Klynn, rather of "Lefty,"
refused to ten a reporter. His secre
tary said Mr. Klynn would offer no
imeatl upon ths report.
GIRLS' BIG VACATION BALL.
I'entorr or II Will lie a Play
They re lo Present.
All It shout In readiness for the trend
vacation bill which the depositors of
the Vacation fivliiua Fund home
: n.iiOii working girls in this city will
give at QffaAd Central I'alaee next
Wednesday night for t ie last six
weeks of tha young women have
been rehearsing for a piny, entitled
what Your Vacation Can u." which
will be presented at the ball.
The dmmatlc entertainment consists
lamely ot mus e ..mi daasliig. Among
the scenic effects it be tun four sei
sons. Those ghu tieva beea ranearaln
tiie Ki'ia s.iy they have uis overed aom.,
fsmarkabls dramatic taie.it.
A now leal .re of (his , ,r'K ball will
b'l tae "Vacttlou Poke." t .la win ro i
SOmUlS a M.iw., ..t a olroUl or fair.!
onlt there gill Be no freaks or bark
art, But thers srilJ "atovlda," for I
t inn telltfl i. fti-'
FIRE INTERRUPTS SHAVES.
llarbrr I'alrmis flee frills
Ulnar In Hsieisrsl.
hardware stare of bonis i'an
U 1 '"ff.
n the baso.nsni "f No Us Third I
eat practically u,( oui to
y fjrt rhe proprietor baa been
II, u: several Weeks an) his wife has
boon isn img store wmia was
. o rklllg her lunch on a gaa stove one
i of the ohlldron rolled her to her home.
two lours away
Soon smoko wsj seen somlng out t
the DaOO re eat, It made its way into the
barber simp of Nicole Domino, on Ihe
ground floor. Whert two men were bcl
-hand. They oi.lu't wait to fin
grabbed their coats and ran out
the shop. 11 took the Hremen half
sn hour to ettlngidth ths fli
damage was tM.
'LEFTY" FLYNNS BRIDE,
WHO DENIES A REPORT
THEY WILL SEPARATE.
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JUSTICE FORD TOLD PAT
HOW TO CLIMB A LADDER.
DrmtlsM His SI. ,h)o Suii l.r
Damages BtCSUM Hi WlMl'l
( oiutit his,
Patrick rtart, a Ugsorer, lost a suit
tor at ., ta damages against his em
plovers, Kldllts ami Son. to day.
Hart was going up a ladder from I
baeetnent to the sld. walk of a new
biilidlng when ome hmli eomirrO down
t tapped on I'al's land. Pal let go.
falling nmon; sou e le legs, cutting his
lace and austsln ug a fracture of the
skull lie rod for damages on the
ground thai there should have bean two
ladders one tor the "up" an i another
for the "dawn"."
"Old joii know which man stepped
on your hand?" Question od the Court.
"And sure I don't. Your Honor," re
turned the witnesa, "When you're un
Sornosthi they all look alike OODSlng
After the Cotirl hsd ropriae.1 his
laughter he mildly Informed I'ii I he
would haVS to dleinisa his complaint.
When he was n hoy, the Court satd,
there were no I iddeis for "ups" and
"downs." Justice Pard avoided danger
10 his limbs, be said, hy exercising
due care on the rickety old ladder be -
neath his falhrt's cherry tree. Had
Pal been oautloui he wouldn't have
The London Feather Company
offers for this week only beautiful garniture band
eau, 52 inches long, iiiuslied at the ends W'th two
smartly posed French ostrich plumes.
Price for thia weak $10.75
ij'vxubr VShfd MN.7S)
The b.ind is unusually thick' and full ;nul is nuide
in a wide range of delightfully xJil shades or
With this BsTnitlira ou can trim your hat frotn time to time
in many dMfdwil ways, giving variety of iMcornina efftjeta.
Another Spacial French Ostrich Pliima.
lb inches long. $2.4$
21 Weat 34th Street, New Yorlt
LONDON BUENOS AIRES PARIS
Women's Oxford Shoes
Tho perennial demand for" Oxford
At Nineteenth St.
FED FORCIBLY, IS
Doctor Declares American
( iirl's System Is Shattered
Suffers Great Pain.
Iisnov, April lo-IV. Mngel.
Moutlln, the well known suffragist
medical man. to-day. In .1 -cisslng th' '
health of Mis Zrlls Emerson, the
American s iffragetie of Jsckson. aflefe ,
"Mist Zelle K nn son's nervous eyo
tem It completely shattered. She le al
most unable to sleep, and even Whpn
she Is sle-plng Khe does not rest OWfpg
to horrible dreams. Her digestive syaeigji
tern has been ., rinusi" '"inn red an I
she sufT. rnt nnln above the unpen-
1 do let care to s.iy more about
(this feature of the ease, hut there esi
be no question is to t.ne existence Oi
"N i ioil t the doctor and th
nurses ore permlt'pil to have a-reee'te
the patent ll.r in it'ier h een her
for a few niinu'ra at a time, hut only
eh. n a ni i or phj u lan haa been
in the room The patient's pulse Is
"I would not sa) that Miss Emerson's
reason Is t"ttiln. lint she Is s ifr.T'a
from a severe . .i-e of nervous prnstra-
tr Matisell-Moulllii refuses ti ills
eo,. the when i.n, jtr. of Mist Zellg
; Kmeron. and ln address is kruwn
I only to net mother and a few eloOr
WIFE SUES HUBBY BUT HE
j IS ONE WHO GETS DIVORCE.
A wife's confession of her ligldellty.
aflet she had Instituted a suit for a
limited divorce from t er hua'stnd, flg
urs I In Ihe short trial of the differ
ences nf Mrs. li. u i M. I 'en in- and her
spouse, I.ouls K. Penare, a salesman.
before Justice Hlegerlch to-dsy. Tho
Court gave the hustiaivl n divorce
when Mrs. Iienure fslled to appear.
H o time after Mrs. Denara
brought her action, th, husband eti
gaged counsel and counsel employed
detectives to Us ate the wife. Hhe tree
found Hi lag on West One Hundred
and Fourth street with a flaxsn-halred
youth named Uonlon. After the dm
eovery Mrs. pen, ire was perauaded to
visit her huMband's lawyer and there'
she sua confronted wirti the evidence
Mrs. lienare wrote a confession Of
her relations with (lordon. the hsr-
I rled awsy and sines that day has made
1 no further effort to press hsr suit
against her husband. When tho oaae
'was called to-day only the hutttsantf's
I counterclaim was heard.
A NERVOUS WRECK
inodi-Ms finds us unusually well
, prepared this season. Every
' I ,,l,l i'.ieiri I .. .,11,1 . ,,)ii nnT
om laiui itr uuu raiuti.- licet
shapes in kid, gunmetal
calf, patent leather and
$3 to $8
548 Fifth Avenue