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HE SPURNED GIFT
That Col. Parker Left Princely
Estate to Mrs. Richmond
Disclosed in Contest.
Contest of the wltl of Col. James
Vanderburgh Parker, social arbiter
"of Newport, disclosed In the Hurro-
gutt'ii rourt to-day that Mr. Kvelyn
Kimball Richmond, n beautiful socl-
' ely woman of Providence, It. I..
Jrpurned his princely bequest of "Bans
i.Boucl," Parker's magnificent Newport
villa, T ltli all Its treasuto and a
string of automobiles.
!iL Why Col. I'nrkor mentioned Mrs.
fnichmond In his will Is a mystery.
7 After her renunciation of the bequest
jJCot, Parser tore the pago referring
jf to her from the document and a
jf search (s now on to locate the missing
t:ol. Tho contest revolves about tlio
jJP destroyed pare.
2 Col. Parker, who died In his Sinn-
piattan residenco at No. 25J Madison
fAvcnuo Jan. 11, was for two genera
Jftlons one of the most picturesque flg-
Vurea In Now York and Newport so
'ciety. Ills estato Is valued at moro
fthan $2,000,000 and tho bulk of It
-'trail left to his nephew and executor,
laohn Harleston Parker of Boston.
V Mrs. Richmond Is tho wife of liar
, p& A. Richmond of Providence. The
'twill wa signed Nov. IS, 1912.
f The contestants, chief of whom are
'IrtUls C. Wtldbank, of New York, ami
,'Uouls K., Harry 8. and Martha S.
' ,j Vanderburgh of Rochester, Ikimj their
objections to the will upon Its mutila
tion. They arc cousins,
4 A member of the firm of Miller,
Inf. Lano Troflonl, rounMl for the
Executor, asked why Mrs. Illchmond
.lipurned such a handsome gift, nilili
"Because she knew It was not intended
J(rr Men for Stair Cominlaaltin of
of John B. Kennedy or iiroowyn ana
illal II. Tierce of Qouverneur a mem
libers of Oie State rommUalon of Prlaons
'were sent to the Senate by Gov. Whit
' man to-day, succeeding refpccllvely Dr.
'itudolph I Dledllng of Knugerlles nnd
'James T. .Murphy of Ogdrnburg. The
vnomlnatlona. Which lire for four year
terms, were referred to the rinniiro
, Fall to Drnlh In i:trnlnr Minff.
s, 'James Flttlpaldl, forty elicit, of No.
May I The
140- Illehmond fllreet. Brooklyn, while
ftftor of a loll
.Uleecker Street. during the noon
,-raiked . into the open
and. raiunr 10 uie vo
purer on Ilie fourth 'Pany
building; at No. 1UJ against "
Uie noon lionr,
ttom story, was In-
RED GROSS APPEAL SENT
OUT TO 30,000 BY M'ADOO
Secretary Urges Every Treasury
Employee to Contribute and
Asks Work of Women.
All officers and employees of the
Treasury Department In this city to
day received a circular letter signed
by Heerotary William O. McAdo,
asking thnm to cbntrlbuto to the lied
Cross. Tho circular saya in part:
"1 like to believe that there la not
a mnn or woman among the 30,000
employees of tho Treasury Depart
ment who la not willing to make any
encrlflce, evon If It bo the supreme
sacrifice, for the service of tho coun
try. "Tho question Is, what specific thing
ran thoso of us do who cannot enlist
In th military or naval nrnf of the
Covermnent. We rwn do this at least:
We can all contribute something to tho
I ted Cross.
"I should llko each employee re
ceiving ifsalary of $1,000 or less to
contrlbuto &0 eents. oaeh employee re
ceiving betwoen $1,000 nnd $2,000 to
contrlbuto $1, each employee nnd of
ficial receiving a higher salary than
$2,000 to contrlbuto $2, This will
create n fund which can be used for
the purchase of supplies and mate
rials, which In turn can be made Into
sultablo articles for the lied Cross
work by the womon of tho Treasury
Dopartment, upon whom I should like
to mil for this service of distinction."
Tho fund will bo ndrrdnlstered un
der the supervision of Reeretary and
Mrs. McAitoo nnd n roll of honor of
the employees contributing will be
kept ns a permanent record In the
department nt Washington.
RED GROSS URGES WOMEN
TO KNIT SOCKS FOR ARMY
Not Enough in Country to Supply
250,000 Men for a Three Days'
March, Say Officials.
CHICAGO, May 1. -.'Vd Cross offl
clals lo-duy urged tho women of the
I'nlted Htatcn to knit woollen socks
for the American Army. They said
millions aro needed, hh there are not
enough rooks In all tho factories, mer
cantile establishments, commissaries
nnd Ked Cross supply ccutros of the
whole country to lit out for a three
days' march half tho men In tho army
of 500,000 now being called.
The Great Lakes Naval Training
.Station hnvlng' been designated as
tho mobilization point for tho entire
Middle West, the Nuvy went In the
open mnrket here to-day to spend
more than $1,000,000 for clothing to
equip thousands of recruits. Uni
forms, blankets, shoes, sweaters and
other articles are needed.
Ilrooklrn Itratnnrnnt In Troable,
An Involuntry petition In bank
ruptcy was filled to-day In Federal
rourt, Hiooklyn. agalnat tho Plaza
Iteataurant t'ompany Inc., of I'latbtiah
Avenue mid l'lillini Street, the peti
tioning creditor alleging the rum-
owes iitwnru miiu.vuu as
HCRI11PI axnrin in ..duu, inn rcatau
lnni; filled up In moat ornate faahlnn,
opened on lieceinber 27 last, liula
It. Haltman la one of the proprietors
of the reatauranU
l I 'ii.,.
ATTACKS MILLIONAIRES' BAR.
Kthlenl Cnltare Sorlelr Rack Mult
Aajnlnat Century Thenlre,
Legal proceedings to cloae the "mil
lionaires' bar" In the Vanderbllt suite
of the Century Theatre and to make
oeoanut drove slop the theatre "bone
were begun in uin nuuremn court
(Horse w. wicaeranam
behalf o( Ilobert
l Kohn, a wealthy
Architect. . . ... ....
Although Kohn makes the application
as a taxpayer, the Kthlcal Culture
Hchoot, which occupies the gray stone
building at Hlalythlrd Btreet and Cen
tral Park Wett. la backing the move.
The chief allegation la that liquor la
aotd within 200 feet of a school con
trary to a mate law and the regulations
of ths i;jtcis utpanment.
PIMMCO HACK TflACK, Md., May
1. The entrlea for to-morrow's races aro
HMHT HACK For imttr1A: four fiif.
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The New. York City
Goes to Press
Thursday, May 10, 1917
All changes or additions in present listings mlist
be arranged for on or before May 10th in order to
appear in this new issue.
Any of our business offices listed below will be glad to give
you full infonriRtion. Just telephone, write or call
VEGETABLES FOR A VERY
SMALL PLOT. R. II. M Korcst
Hills, h. I. Is a plot 10x12 of nny
practical value for vegetables? What
could I put In It? Also In n strip
12 x 2. I'lcnty of sunshine; good con
ditions. Most assuredly theso "bits" are
north while. If the smaller strip la
against n fenco plant tomatoes
(eight or nine plants well to thq
buck and train them ngalnst the
fence. In front of theso you could
huvo a "continuance performance"
with lettuco by sowing n pinch or
The Evening World's
Home Garden League
"PLANT A PLOT"
TUB nVUNINU WOItLD'H Homo Garden League has been founded to
encourajfo vegotable growing ln naclt yard9 antl vacant lots. Its
slogan Is "Plant a I'oL" To become a member you havo only to put
a pleco of KTound under cultivation.
.Mr. K. K. Itockwell, consulting agriculturist, haji been engaged to
WTlto n series of authoritative pardoning articles, whloh aro printed In
Tho Kvenlng World every Hatiirdny. Any special gardening InformnUon
you doslro to aid you In your pUnting will bo supplied through this "ciucs
tlon and nnawor" column every Tuesday ln reply to your letters. Write
also to The Dvonlng World telling of the progress you are making In your
carden. Your experience. If published, may help other gardeners.
Question and Ansivcr Column
'. F. Itockwell, Consulting Agriculturist.
Thcro buvc been a number of In- oughly you will get tho benefit of It
.... t n . . rt ... ...ma
nxl.l - - . I. .. I .. f ..MtlltrV 1 J 11 VUltig.
or chicken manure as garden fertilizer
and how to handlo it nnd use It.
Poultry manure Is the richest of nil
the natural manures, and is especially
rich In nitrogen, In an available form.
It Is a complelo fertilizer In Itself,
but not an evenly balanced one; mj
that while It can bo used nlonc, t Is
bettor to use with It eomc nmtorlal
containing potash, such ns unlcachcd
If you can get enough of these two
mnlnrlnla fur vnllp r-nrflpn VOtl Wt-1
not havo to worry about the matter of ' seed every ten days
plant rooos. Tho vaiuo ot poultry "
nuie, however, depends vorly largoly
upon how It has been Kopt. If It has
been allowed to collect nnd remuln In
a wet, lumpy, pasty mas-'. It will be
difficult to uso und of less vnluo than
If It has been properly mixed with
road dust, dry noil or somo similar
absorbent, und been kept dry, so that
it can be readily spread over the sur
faco or distributed In drills or hills,
If one has a sultlclent quantity It may
be eprcud over tho siirfuro of tho
garden after digging and thoroughly
hoed or rnked In. If only n limited
amount Is uviuliiblo, It will bo bettor
lo keep It for tiling directly In hills
of polo boons, cucumbers, melons; in
tho tows where potatoes or corn nre
to be plnnted, or when potatoes, let
tuce, cabbage, cuullflowcr, pepper ot
other plants aro to bo t.'t. In the
luttcr cusc. l.ulf a trowelful to a
plant will bo sulllclunt. When using
It in rows, open up a furrow, spread
tho manure along evenly, nnd covei
again with hoII beforo planting.
PLANNING SUCCESSION CROPS
ln unswer to Uioko who havo uskod
concerning succession vropn, nnd win
ter vegetables, from the plans which
have been given In the Baturduy
nrtlclcs In Tho livening World a
second plan of each of theso gardens,
showing tho arrnngomcnt und the
amount of space for all litter plant
ings, to succeed thu earlier things u
soon ns they uro out of tho way, will
bo printed In ample tlmo for thu
sowing of theso crops.
GARDEN CHARTS-l. II. C, New
Jersey, wiltcs: "How can 1 tell what
arc tho best things to plant when my
early vegetables havo been Used, so
as to get the full benefit of my garden
nil HcuHon'f In a 'gurden cliurt' uny
real help In plunnlnr; for these au.'co
In answer to the first question, the
"bust thing" to plant depends as much
on your personal needs or likes as
upon nnythlng else. It should be,
however, of coureo something which
will havo lime to mature in tho num
ber of weeks thoro may bo left beforo
freezing weather a llttlu later we
wilt give a tablo showing tho lntost
dates nt which It la safo to plant the
various vegetables In this vicinity.
Also It must ho u vegetable that will
not occupy moro spaco than will bo
avallnble for It. It would bo foolish,
for Instance, to put In New '.calami
spinach, which spreads nevcral feet,
whero you had taken out n row of
onion sets or lettuce, unless tho crops
on either side of It would bo out of
tho way In tlmo to glvo It plenty of
rutin. Tho spaco required by most
of the early garden vegetables was
given In tho tahlo printed on April
21, A similar tablo for tho Inter vege
tables will bo given n"xt Sntunliiy.
A "chart", such ns you mention, Is
of very practical uso and great as-
lalatancn In planning your garden no
as to keep every squnii' foot of It
(busy sll summer long, especially If
I you havo not had inueh experience.
Hach vegetable should be irpresented
und the chart should Indicate Just
how long that pnrtlculnr crop will oc
cupy the ground, so that you can tell
, what other vegetable, or vegetables,
might bo used to follow it up with,
nnd make your selections accordingly.
A chart of this kind will enable you
lo Increase tho output of your garden
i nough to pay for itself the llrst sou.
Ing the small plants as you used ma
turo ones from the row. In the larger
pleco thore Is plenty of room for
Swiss chard, beets, carrots, onion
sets and several other things. Bee
the small plun In tho "Handbook"
of Tho Kvenlng World's Homo Uardon
RHUBARB AND CUT-WORMS.
It. L. Moitlstown. N. J. "How Is
rhiibnrb grown? What can I do for
rthubarh Is a hnrdy plant which
grows ln largo clumps nnd comes up
year nftcr your. Hoots planted now
would not give you uny stalks for uso
until next spring. Tho roots can bo
bought nt nny seed store. They should
bo plnnted In very rloh soil In nn out
of tho way corner or at tho edge of
tho garden, so tho top or "crown" Is
about level with tho surface. Kor cut
worms get n paekao of the specially
prepared poisoned "food" or bran and
sontler It about before setting your
plants. Search In the soli near every
Injured plant early in thu spring nnd
destroy tho worm, which Is brownish
and about nn Inch and a half long.
SHAKESPEARE OAK TREE.
Representing the Ideals of two democ
racies, the Hlrntford oak tree, a gift
from the town of Stratford-on-Avon to
New York City, wilt be planted In Cen
tral Park at 4 o'clock Saturday after
noon, Mny 12, by the Central Park
Shnkespearc (larden Committee.
Tho tree Is nine feet IiIkIi and was
presented through Ambassador l'aao by
Mayor Flower of (Stratford. Muyor
Mltchel. foimer Amlmasndor Choato.
Major Oeorgc Haven Putnam nnd James
M Heck are expei td to peak on tho
trt.iUntu between Kngland and the
ata. . -jaaBaaaaai
Don't endure that itching
T T 1 . . 1 o
neai it witn
That itching which keeps you awake at night,
and forces you to scratch at the most embarrass
ing times, Is almost sure to yield to Resinol Oint
ment. Usually the discomfort stops and healing
begins with the first application, and thedistressing
eruption quickly disappears. Resinol Ointment
is even mare effective it aided by Resinol Soap.
Ir (lh6lor.J tail it tan ba
Iliad on tipoaad anrlactaotth.
out amictini onlua atlaatlun.
Contalna aottilaf UuttMlilr.
ritata tha laadarait akla. Raa.
Inol CNntra.al an! R.ilaot
Seap ira aald by all druiftitt,
U.a Raalnel Sap lor tho
SUNDAY WORLD WANTS WORK MONDAY WONDERS.
ISO Orchard St.
i30D roadway at
C3 K. 28th St.
14it n'way at iJdSU Brvant
T9E.42dSt. Murray Hill
9 K. iHtli St.
S Ofl? IVway at 73d 8t,
100 W. 12Slh St.
3T3 K. lWth St.
443 E. Tremont Ave. Trrmont
1104 Hoe Air. Intervale
34 Ninth St.
MO Noitrand Ave.
MT Flttbuih Are. FUthuih 17014
JJSIUremeyrrSt. Wllllamiburg K014
1030 Gates Atc Bunhwlrk 19014
1640 ntkln Ave. East Nen York 13014
8 Hardrnbrnnk Are. Jamaica 19000
TO Main St. Flushing 11014
614 Napier Ave. Richmond Hill 19014
LONG ISLAND CITY
Bridge Tlaia North Astoria 19014
Blrdsall & CentU At. Far Roekawar 19014
444 Tompkins Ave. TnmpVlnsTllle 13014
TO Richmond Are. Weil Brighton 130A4
ONION8 FROM SETS MISS A. M.
II., Ilronie. N. Y.: "I'lenho l II ma Just
how to care for onions gtown from
sctsT They (.eemed lo bo growing
when I net them out."
Onion "suts" aru vory smalt unions,
grown from seed sown tlm previous
year so thickly and so Into that they
do not havo n chnnrn to mature. Tho
fact thnt they had started to grow
boforu you planted thorn will do no
liuriu. Thoy urn ono of llio surest
irnps for tho heglnnor. Hot nut In
rows, nn Inch or two iipnrt. In fairly
i 'oh jxill. they will begin growth Im
mediately and ii rn iilmnst rertiiln In
prodiiro a crop. They mIumiIiI be
P Hiitcd. rg'M stdn up, Juki deep
enough to io roverod up to the
"neclt." No (urthor cam Is reuillrod
except tn keep tho soli betwii-n tho
rows siitro'i or I'liinvaioa ireinientiy:
but n lltllo nltrntn of sodu or ehU-kon
or shcop manure scattered nlonc the
low mid uorKixl into tun sou will lie
liennflelnl. They may lm used green,
when about twlco tho thlekliiTi of a
lead pencil, for eating raw ur for
Milad, or allowed to malum and used
for boiling. Planted In April, thuy
will rnaoh their full slr.o-that of or
dinary "Htoro" onions, in July or
, tarly August.
I LIGHTENING HEAVY SOIL.
WILLIAM M. II.. 95tli Ht.. Now York
City: How cm I make the suit in my
back yard lighter? it Is oiy heavy
If you can get stabln manure, nan
that rather than fertilizer; If It Is
' quite full of decayed straw and bed
! ding, so much Mie better. In addition
i to tho manure, or In placo of it, dig
! into tho soil well screened coal ashes
i a layer two Inches or so deep will
bo none too much Commercial
i "humus" described In nn earlier1
artlclo In this (.orles dealing with
mnnurea and fertilisers-should bo
luaed If you CAPnot get nny manure,
Boll ot this kind Is quite likely to be
sour It It has not been used for a
number of venra. A bsor of around
' limestone would bo needed In this '
case. HoII that has been long nog
looted cannot be expentsd to grow ,
vegetables until It has been put Into i
go&sLihape, but If that Is done thor-
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Chesterfields let you know you
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