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f TO LAND OF CZAR
HL wOlpt Puts It, She Win
jmStUTD to rTlson off btran
lll, fced Ambitions
fILXJ SAIL THURSDAY,
yal Charge Consents to Plan
After Talk With Friend
1,. From Washington.
P'l'm going back to my prison
paneled e-rbitlons. Probably I'll Mil
r'aday or Saturday for London. It's
my wish, but I'm going."
Princess dga Oolltalno, who came to
mcrloa to he an actraaa but waa In
lad to Co home by the Caar, (laahed
la brief tale rvlew to an Evening World
porter at the Holland, No. M Waat
Brty-slxth street. 8lie waa going to
y more but a meddling 'phone operator
uriced the line out.
Whan the runaway Prlnceaa reached
Holland at 10 o'clock Monday night
om whence no one acquainted with bar
111 venture to aay, two men, presum
ably dalectivea, were doxirlng her steps.
ha young woman left a taxlcab which
r up In front of the apartment houi
walked In. She carried her grlpa
'gafde, darted Into the elevator and wai
upitalra to the third floor, whara
sStiaa a room In the rear of the houie.
V detec-tlves walked into the house a
sWtuta after ahe had ascended the sle
LsSLtor. One took a lent In the lobby and
other went out and camped on a
srstep across the atreet. When morn-
ag came he wai atlll there, with his
yea faatened on the Holland entrance.
rhe other man had left.
Manager Banter of the Holland Apart-
aenta admlttixl that the two men were
(etectlvea. He added that when he
found one seated In the lobby laat night
ordered him out. and the sleuth 0f-
to exhibit a badge, which Baxter
not wlah to see.
According to a guest In the house
ho became acqualntted with the rov
ing prlnceaa, ahe eluded her guardians
rly Monday morning and went out
king an old acquaintance, who had
crossed tha Atlantic with Princess Olga.
FRIEND ARRIVES AND RECON
the atory told by thla newly-
aoqualntance the Prlnceaa heard
htr old friend had come to New
. from Washington on Sunday r.lsht.
avlng learned through he Russian
Embassy that the royal wanderor'a
Itntlty and hiding place In thla city
Tha friend stayed at tha Aetor Hotel
londay afternoon and night, and It
Nh there that the Prlnceaa went In
taxh-ftb. A reconciliation. It la
, waa effected between tha two.
Both had quarreled when the prim ees
forced to leave Washington and
no to New York In search of em
ployment on tjie stage.
Thla morning about 10 o'clock the old
' friend, a middle-aged woman, whoa
name could not be learned, called up
tha princess from the Astor Hotel and
aald goodby to her.
Tha chancery of the Russian Consulate,
It No. 22 Washington Square North, waa
aad to-day. It waa atated by attaches
they were leaving the offices that tha
; Consul had been called out to at-
od a reception In his official capacity
would not return for the day. It waa
atated that the Russian Govern-
ant usually return Ita destitute subjects
Russia from the United States over
North Herman Lloyd or Hamburg-
Imeiiran lines. Tuare la a Bailing on
kuraday and one on Saturday.
r. Oeorge A. Campbell, examiner for
State Medical Board, which deports
Inaane and Indigent aliens, said to-
that there waa no question but that
princess waa a real princess, as the
pg Consul had called him up In her
tlf laat week, explaining that ahe
liss Annie Kenney Gets 18
Months and Mrs. Saunders
'LONDON, June 17 Mi of the moat
nlnent leaders of the militant Suf-
(ettes organisation and one of their
la supporters were to-day found
at tha Central Criminal Court of
I racy to comlt malicious daman
property. Tha trial bad lasted several
ho woman were officials of the
aen'a Social and Political Union and
nda of Mrs. Pankhurst. They were
Harriet Kerr, Mlaa Ames Lake.
Rachel Barrett, Mrs. Beatrice
unders, Mlaa Annie Kenney and Mis
ra Lennox while the man waa Edwy
avion an analytical chemist.
Jostles Phllllmore paaasd sentence
tha militant Suffragettes as fol-
Mlas Annla Kenney. eighteen
tl Mrs. Beatrice Saundora,
months. Mlaa Harriet Kerr,
live months, Mlaa Rachel Barrett.
months; Miss Agnes Lake and
Laura Lennox, six months each,
Edwy Clayton, tha analytical
a 1st, twsnty-oae months. Ail the
HOW TO BE ATTRACTIVE
"While Women Are Pro
greeting They Are Los
ing Their Charm, and
When They Fail to
Charm Men Look
Out!" Warn a Woman
Who Signe Her, elf
Mr: "P. R. F." Make
Herelf Attractive by
Giving Her Husband a
Powder the Morning
After He Ha Had a
Drop Too Much,
far , A iTtNOMAfrWw., IT Wff NOT tflNw Tr DAY tofT Mf, I f f fifAA, .
IMUMUr WO aiAJ mir l UnVK, TO Bi LxMataTaW 1 Sx3 a'a ,aT!Ie,la.
By Wrote Greeley -Smith.
"I am an old lady, and while I believe that the world la getting better
and women are progressing, still they are losing their charm. And when
women tail to charm men look out! When a man agrees to pay a
woman'g board tor lite he must get
twexl mr u
ssssV ' BSsKaY'BSKeKaBSKaxBsl BSSSSSS
marry. One might as woll abolish
temperate weather and decree that the whole year should sizzle with
it present fervor as to insist upon a race without cold and unemotional
members. They are needed to strike a balance. But If our very inter
esting old lady really believes that brain power and charm are Incom
patible, she should study the Uvea of women most distinguished in the
arts and In history, and I think she will
Five hundred yeara ago there were, aa
there are to-day, some charming women,
some Intelligent women and some worna
who w ire both Intelligent and charming.
And tho last were the women who made
history. Those who were simply charm
ing lived and loved their little day anJ
ware forgotten. Those who were simply
Intelligent, im a rule did not marry and
achieve the vicarious Immortality that
comes to every mother of children. Tney
were In the main tha glory of convents,
and their namea died even before the
memory of their good wnrka
Whenever the asms of a wosaam
has ooaae down tha centuries It
la necauae ahe had that combina
tion of brilliancy aad beauty
which the world has always found
aad will continue to dad Ineslst-
I believe there are more of such
women alive to-day than ever before,
becauae charming women no longer find
It unnecessary to ba intelligent, and In
telligent women no longer disdain to be
WHY ARE THIY iETTER OFF
It la difficult to understand tha point
of view of a paraon who aaya "women
of the mental tamperatnenta are belter
off single." Tha brilliant man who mar
ries an Inferior woman deliberately cuts
In half the Intellectual Inheritance of
his children, and tho masculine tendency
to prefer bruins to beauty when both are
not attainable In a wife has of course
a deprecatory etteot oa tha Intellectual
There la a good old tradition, of
course, that woman Is merely the after
math of creation; that such brain aa ahe
has should servo merely as a sort of in
tellectual chaser (or the heavier, mora
stimulating mind of tha mala. Our In
teresting Vice-President put this vlaw
to some girl graduates the other day
when ha aaaeunoad to them that
I to as ordinate ike
Copyright. atU, by The Press Pabttablag Oa. (The New Tex WeTwX
nnn m um - n -
Better Off Single," Says a Reader
-Jew m - l i i a v irniaftta
1 0 Set Tne amount
I 0' SrJ6tl MfHWHO
iW fm au LonKHn
t swm I tACrltlOftj"
I I warm arr Inrrr
out and hustlg, and a woman should
be lovable, charming and his 'pal.'
Unattractive women should never
marry. They are cold, unemotional,
deficient In charm. This applies par
ticularly to those of the mental tem
peraments. They are better off
I trust the old lady who signs
"Past Sixty" to the views I have
quoted Is unduly pessimistic as to
woman's waning attractiveness. And
I think she is.
"When the sun grows cold and the
stars are old and the leaves of tho
Judgment Book unfold," women will
cease to be charming to men and
men will cease to monopolise
woman's attention. Neither can I
agree with the view that cold, une
motional persons should never
change her mind
An old Question la revived hv tfc -
of another reader, a widower, who de
scribes the wife ho haa loat aa his lde.il
of feminine attractiveness and who pro
claims his belief that "true love comes
only once In a lifetime." I really don't
know whether thla Is true or not. From
the frequency with which bereaved men
and women remarry, one la led to
at oa the other hut, lore
seems aeeaattally a youthful fi.
lag, and It may he that persons
who have passed out of the tram,
ulcus twenties never eaperleneo
again aa exaltation equal to that
of first or early love. There
seems to be a widespread ana well
founded belief that a woaaaa never
loves aay one else so much as htr
first love, tat awn, on the con
trary, are aoansed of aa abiding
preference for the laat love.
The letters of Evening World readers
to which I referred follow:
VIEWi OF A WOMAN WHO
SIXTY YEARS YOUNG.
Dear Mudam: I am an old lady,
and while I beklivo that the world
la getting better and women are
progreaslng, atlll they are losing
their charms. Wheu women tail
to charm men look out! When a
man agrees to pay a woman's
board for life he must get out and
hustle, and a woman ahould be
lovable, charming and his "pal."
Woman ahould cultivate charm,
for It la woman's greatest weapon.
It la surprising to see the amount
of single men who ere confirmed
bachelors. Some unattraotlve
women should never marry any
how. They are cold, unemotional,
deficient In charm; thla applies
particularly to those of the men
tal temperaments. ' They are bet.
tar eg single.
Should Never Marry;
rrvinriTirv on mnruuujuifs
men by their cbarma, but they do
not let men know It
MAKES HERSELF ATTRACTIVE
BY USING A TYPEWRITER.
Dear Madam: If you cire to hear
the opinion of happily marrlsd
woman on how to be attractive,
you may peruse my oftiring.
I have baen married aeven yeara.
My husband la a darling. Hs gives
me practically full charge of hla
finances meaning that I know hla
Income and how It Is spent The
amount I spend on clothes hs
never questions, and I have a
beautiful home, with nothing to do
but what I choose.
Now, here Is what I choose to
do: I devote my tlrfN to my hut
band and our home. I mend hla
underwear, cook our breakfasts,
attend to the buying of all hla
clothes, with the exception of hla
suits; and aa he haa a rather ex
tensive business, I asked him lo
send a typewriter to our home that
I might have the pleasu-e of hla
company on daya when the only
demand on hie time was the writ
ing of letters. Tes. he has a
stenographer In hla office, but why
not spend the day with me, and
dictate to me. since I have a Rood
education, and am only too glad
to he of service to mm' In re
turn, he has banked all our sav
ings In my name, thereby proving
hla contldence In me. He la a golf
fiend If aver there waa one. but I
do not begrudge him hla pleaaure.
and when he cornea loine at S.20
P. M Instead of P. at. I have
dinner ordered and waiting for
him. If he has had one highball
too many I give him a powder the
following morning. We are happy
beyond worda. I. R-
ATTRACTIVE BECAUSE SHE WAS
A TRUE WIFE.
Dear Midain: 1 nad the good
fortune to be happily married to
a woman who knew how to be at
tractive. I have not known before
nor will again experience per
fect happlntue, except during the
Hve years she was left with me.
Though only a few years In tho
country, ihe made III a week as
an expert on Infants' wear, Ac
whlcn position she gave up to be
my bride, although I huh not mak
ing near that amount at the time.
She conililned all the beat quali
ties of BOf race, with none of their
fallings. A true wife and devote!
mother. The longer alio is dead
the more I miss her, and the more
1 realUe that It would be linpoasi
ble to repla.ee her, as true love. I
believe, only comes once In UfSl
and If either one of the lovers
die the living one ahould bear his
or her cross during the remainder
of life, no matter how hard that
cro3 Is to boar. Devotion, "tho
last love of woman," I hud on her
deatnued. What more can any
man ask for? Ho long as the
world produces such women there
U no tear for the race.
Oat of Work, Ua kinds Hie Life.
Despondent over his futile three
months' sear.-h for work as a knltte-,
Morris Uottesman, twenty-six years ol I,
ol No. llli Attorney street, shot hlrnacir
through the heart early to-day He wag
eiiuu r wim -ooni
be lodged, when shs went le see
FOR BERLIN AFIER
He Contends Claims Which
He Never Made Were
Attributed to Him.
Dr. Frlederlch FTans Pried mann, who
came to thla country In January to ex
ploit his method of treating tubercu
losis with a vaccine compounded from
cultures taken from a turtle, aallad on
his way to hla homa In Berlin to-day
on the Kaiser Wtlhalm der Orosse of
the North Oerman Lloyd line Ha gave
cut to reporters a typewritten state
ment which was In part as follows:
"I originally Intended to leave thla
country much earlier, but circumstances
kept ma here. A great many exagger
ated and extravagant clalma have been
Imputed to mo which I never made.
The actual claims I make for my rem
edy and treatment are contained In a
report submitted by Prealdenl Taft to
the Senate of the United Statea (Wash
ington Government Printing Office, Jan.
"I repeat those claims word for word
and I have no doubt that the medical
fraternity will acknowledge and recog
"I am thankful for the courtesies
shown to me here, and am only sorry
that when I first arrived, not knowing
the language and customs of the coun
try, I came into bad hands, but I am
pleased to slate that I leave my treat
ment here In the beat of hands, In the
h- 4c of those who will follow the
work from a Mtntlfld stnnlpolnt.
"Thure has not been 11 no to prove
all my claims, nd, of course, I do
not consider any of the caaos I have
treated In tnls country closed, thu
statements of curtain mombera of the
medical profusion notwitnaianUlng."
Dr. Kiledmann said that Dr. Mnnn
hi liner's report of the patients tieitid
-ndir his supervision tlnugh he sa'd
I'O did not cure to mention Ike physi
cian By name was of no value. The
Mannheimer patients, he. ..aid, had only
ono treatment out of Hie two ur many
nufte which were essential. He fin.
scrtid that every putlent wno had sees
inoculated would be treated 00 appll u
tlon by physicians here who had been
instructed In the r'rledinann method.
FATAL BOMB SENT BY MAIL
HI1KRUUOOK.K. Quebec., June 17.
Mrs. Theodore lillodea'i waa Hilled and
Miss Hllodeau, her astvr-ln-law was
wounded to-day bya bomb rSOtlVed
through the malls. Die house Has
T.ie paekaifc arrived about noun and
the two women BSOffl loading over it,
untylnK th SlringSi when II exploded.
Mrs. Dilodenu was the pi's of Theo
dora ii.iihIc. ii. a contrai tor The police
are trying 10 trace the ia -kalis thrmixh
the pnt-o"lce auihorllii-s.
A search of the room revealed piecis
'if a letter v.'hl'-h had evlden'lv been
isida the nackasa cnntalnlns the Bomb
! The writing upen mane pieuea Is la
01 rrniiin nriiiTu
ON PARK BENCH A
Richly-Gowned Woman I
Found Unconscious in
STUDIED FOR STAGE.
Despondent Because Penniless,
Says Woman Who Helped
Ambitious Gil 1
PatrleW Bramrlgaa. a laborer la Wkati
rnstoa Square park, stopped aad stared
ta open mouthed wonder at I efedoetl thai
morning at what he aww en one of the
benches en the north side, near Univer
sity place. It waa a beautiful woman.
Bramrlgaa Baa been many years tn the
park, and la familiar with the down-and-outs
who matte rt their summer lodging
apartments. But nothing like this had
he ever seen. The woman was young
and handsomely dressed. (She wore a
blank satin skirt, a blue broadcloth coat
and a little black chipped straw hat A
string of pearls hung about her neck.
The eld man was nonplused. He
didn't like to awaken the sleeper and
he knew that If ahe were let atone
some of the regular tenante of Wash
ington Aqoare'e out-of-door dormitory
might not be so kind. Bidding one of
the occupants of another bench to keep
an aye upon the sleeping beauty, Bran-
nlgan went on his way. But the girl
waa or hla mind. Ha couldn't fathom
the mystery of her appearance In euch
a place, and ha returned In ten min
VIAL FALLS FROM SKIRT; RE
VEALS SUICIDE ATTEMPT.
The woman had slipped from the
bench to the ground, and as Brannlgan
bant over her a vial fell from the folds
of her skirt to the ground. It had con
tained a I per cent solution of oarbollo
Brannlgan sent one laborer for a po
liceman and another to send In an am
bulance call to St. Vlnrent'a Hospital.
He himself ran Sir a milk wagon whleh
he saw Just outside the park. He
grabbed two botSee of milk. Without
ceremony, he opened tha mouth of tha
unconscious woman and poured milk
down her throat. He had, expended
nealry all the contents of both bottles
when rvilceman Rloh of the Meroer
street police station arrived and at hla
heels came Dr. Riley with tha am
bulance from t. Vincent's Hospital.
The woman waa taken to the hospital
where rhry worked over her for twi
hours before there waa a gleam of con
aolousneas. With a weary little sigh
and a wan smile ahe opened her eyes.
A little later they aaked her name and
she told the doctors and the policeman
that ahe was Margaret Noonan, twenty-
nine y irs old, and lived at No. Ill
Wmt Ninety-fourth atreet. She added
that If they rang up Riverside 72M and
called for Miss Ward they would get all
tho Information they desired. Then she
smiled again and closed her eyes.
WALKED STREETS ALL NIQHT,
DECIDED ON SUICIDE.
There was no Miss Ward at tha ad
dress given, but In answer to the phone
a Mrs. Cooper said that she did not
now any Mlaa Noonan. Then they gave
her a description of tha would-bo sui
cide, saying that sho was C foot 7 Inches,
with blue eyes and ltght hair, and told
her how she was dressel. Mrs. Ooper
grew excited, and said that the descrip
tion answered that of Mlaa Ward, who
had been living there.
Mrs. Cooper, after a short talk with
the girl at the hospital, said that she
thought that her right name was Mary
"I have known her for four yeara"
said Mrs. Cooper, "but I never knew
much of her history before ahe came to
New York. I have assumed that she
wa: ambitious for success on the stags,
and that she BM hiding from her family
becauso they opposed her.
"For several weeks until last Hatur
day she was my guest. She left then,
saying she wanted to live at a place
nearer to the theatres. She had been
studying manicuring, believing that she
could earn money that way until she
had gained a Blinding on the stage
which would pay her expenses. As Boon
as the hospital MOPtl wM ''"t her go 1
shall tike her back tn rny inn,, and
care for her. 1 l Hi ve now that her
reason for leaving
ass wa. penniless
coal her in d from
foollah of her."
my hou.e wnaj thnt
fjA wanted to con
BtS Whtol was very
t'arnrtilr Pence (.III to (irrmnnr
DBRLIN. June 17. --Andrew 'anigle
tOday cave 125,000 to the (let man Oiik,
tho or-an of the Merman I' a o Hoelety,
whose principal object Is to promote
good relation.! between Mrunt llrlialn
and Mt'i many.
-i Ht'i T..I-. tiveAJ ran
Csiiia and Brasses wim
-tn nil bohinjj a counts!
km v tin Bert c-i , ck
lag I'irliirc ( stoniauh
in. 'i, backachi mmI
luevi rj N.-w Jfi tk i lore
know thai 1 r 'opine
c. I qttli k n ii .ie n
.i M' i : i ii i i p. iuu
vl a proml
nialisl n ' ti
t N, , Y. i
Viiriar at Am nil.
Urnga) orcur l)ei'. Mure SCItJgVe
ROYALTY AND COURT
DRIVE IN STATE ID
Entire Course Under Surveil
lance to Prevent Raid of
Mary aad the entire
Majesties aad their sntoerasja
alx-mlle towrndy through
Or sat Park.
ly attired e vail era, la view ef
r -ri eaanatal use ul Hue the
tickets to aaspsrlnw awe
the possibility of Mffrasrette
raid, en the racing. She satire eoeree
rigid polios awvelllaoso
aad entrance to the BBSlaassa was rls
nothing so n agaves so a
may be worn at Ascot silk
morning coats being
person aa milled to the
to pass the scrutiny of two or
of the Lord Chamber Ulna, aa well
aa numerous Scotland Yard detoettvea.
K Huiton s Ahe Oen won tha Oatd
vase trophy, oarrrtna MM cash. H
. . l ss-a
tsWfDOSI i Jane TL 41m Aaeae gTaSaa,
the tiuse mt af the royal rease seeef
at Asnet Heath wee woa txas asttar
nooai by Um OmmmOM Ii . la
Marin a Junto i i"IM i a" ' Ta'sBiijVni
Asnot eeaeoa emBxnl te-4av assafl I
ortvrng ta state
lhrery and sou
gowned wosaea aad saw bob
Special Clearance Sale
Washable Dress Fabrics
Imported Shirting, in White and
Color Madras, Cfariots or Grapat.
At Printed Irish Linens (38 fax. wide).
Err Woven Colored Voiles (40 in. wide) m
Oy a large variety of Stripes. Japanese
yard. Crepe in White, Solid Colon and
Fancy effects. Poplins, etc. For
merly 30c to 65c yard.
A Fancy linen Suitings, Ottoman
" Cords, EmbitNdered Batiste, 36
3oC m- wide- Colored Dress Linens and
',B' n. s arvva . i , w at , saa.
DiacK ana vvnrte mixtures, for
merly 50c to 75c yard.
Novelty French Crenesin White and
7Cv Colors, Black and White Stripe Voiles
J DC and Silk Mixed Fabrics. 40 and 46
yard. in. wide. Formerly $1.00 and L2S.
Remnants of Imported Novelties, Ratines,'
Linens, Shirtings, etc., in White and Colors,
mostly in dress lengths, greatly reduced to
James McCutcheon ft Co
5th Ave., 33d & 34th Stt,
i4n exceptional purchase of
Women's Tub Silk Shirts
of the $3 variety
THs ii iust another example oi our aptitude for ores
new values in blousewesr. These tub silk shirts
regular three dollar value, but thanks to the BBBaB ti
on which we bought them, they will be orwred at the
siiecial price of two dollars during tomorrow. They are)
mude of fine tub silk, in smart blaser stripes, sad h, u
excellent assortment of modish ""Whigs, A perfectly
plain tub waist, with flat sailor collar, patch pocket, three
quarter sleeves and French cuffs. Yet made so well that
ii piuinncss is a imng oi beauty.
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