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Goodies for Children
CooK?d in Taper *Bags
Many Edibles Which Little Folks Associate
with the Christmas Season Can Be
Prepared by the Soyer Method.
Bv Martha McCulloch Williams
? inen* ? <n n paper
w,kv j sooope the Msottoft
ng the children h pa?
s|tl er upora ?.'hrtstmrt.
i tin ?-icat day. With
I.'- - r, eg gajrly ?'''0
? : \ot tie ot one
g cooked In anotht bog
ambusbl % -. t-nt.
Ing, splotch lbs hags
libt-rslly ?vit -,.,-., out.' them
Stars, basted on the
? , M ??' 'ih goy ribbon,
rutile . f fringed crepe pa
octor. Tin ??ott
almost any dot oration,
. ts of red und black, Hack
? r all throe iti praper contrast,
th< ni truly festive.
^ - ruffles
them, friti-'-d *
. i>. t..r-- niiini it.
. '.?? edgi nd fold
M ich tl to the
ha?* and to the start
a bap should nouer look
"?irnal ?- t i ??"
to place ' s., thai th" tie rib
H - :? , , k. thus lotting
. i i pool from a double papes frill.
H u 1- thought bettor lo n*a_ve the bagg
asolihe :<>.?i the open sad
though for puttln* in tlie
.. a let gth of ri.bon oval t
dtp ?>n the nr.-t ?in.. Lay
? .- *. i ribbon the sane WO?) un ?
? Ul'. Be BUN tint Ollpa at? VOT) turn,
t ? ' ..?..-,. ribbon there will
1 ? -i In a I'-iopv km '
? .? 1 very
putting them on t b?; i?-.....
n?!l pretty fanOp cake.-.
? ?- rais'.n-, Htg of -'. Btslltsofl fiuit. nil
,. ?? ? ga? 1
rMum cake ?... tv*n r^tu?d rak?-. < u? rather
ting Tin little people wUl have
their coin ?
a . . lea table, from \? hb-h th< y
intrepi? It will be
' ? tot having lin;
bout il tor trece, en I a
I, clipped t?i abane, placed
.'??? : - dog Inside
- e. tairy, or Cir
? ? ? | dmother, a
dop nr ?ui|'i?|em??nt him.
? of si ? too large.
- growing" **ith the
li eery ?,
if on? i of lime and pa?
? oe :> ? od marked With
? a will make tb? oc?*asien ni*mu?
- ? mann- r ?i
? ot err if the
rely homemade a*?d plentl?
' fi nit ; Dd
? uve ?'f j
" ? | menu, lb-re |i
r app? al to hungry ?
? ?', ... ? , .
b t have
rled to BUlt individual
ovei ??? cov?
:" it, but put
? Iki oi
a hlch i
:? ? ..f butter in addition t<> j
??. i ag, atlU i
v ;f the
hn . ;
' fresh, j
- .it-, which ha-.?
I?, after |
?l : - mid ]
luik of hour ?
ml I ot be king
? ? aaeed bag with s
I ? '
: ida ni pape
1 it don? :
,c oi ud'l
Help Us Distribute
Some of These Gifts
. ? ? .,
i . .., ho that li
<- thousand :
i pooi homes,
dinner for each
i.,: .-? me
? i to a
: ntlal ?Im- i
app s 'i on
? .. m und
HHp Ua Fill His Pack Now
? Id Inn* 'mine
SOYER'S DIRECTIONS FOR PAPER
BAti COOKING EPITOMIZED.
?soled B bag that tits the food to he
QOOfced Orease bag well on inside. BO?
oepl in ?aso of vegetables or when
water i? to be added. When faod ?*
seasom.-d and otherwise prepared place
in hu??, told month of hag two or three
times ?and tasten With a ?ire paper
clip. Also fold and <?H|> corners of hag
! to make it fit food snugly. It bag leaks
1r. cooking do not transfer food to u new
bag, ?-?imply put the bag within an
? ?? I a_ In OVi n <c IS, con I or oil) on
grid t-hc.ve- yr wire broilers, OOVOT on
solid Shelves*. Place seam aide up al
B ???>. 1>,. not move or open bags, when
on?" placed tor cooking. Fut roasts and
entraos -n lower abelf, Bah on the mid?
??le. ?lasir?, otC, en the top. whore h?-at
i-? most iiiteii-e. Have Oven hot (200 dt
gress Fahr.) by lighting the eas elKht.
minutes, bet?re p .ttirg hi bOg? ?,ien
??lark heat one-third to on?-half as BOW
| as the bog corners torn brown I'o OOt
let bog touch sides or oven or the gas
\ i' t-r. t.. time _lv? n In IQUlPBO
then food Will be well cookfd.
TgJte Up bat,' by ?-lipping the- lid of a
tin Bot underneath It. To secure gravy,
It* out water, ?to, ?tick a pinhole In
bottom Of bag and drain over a dish.
ESOept m ca?-e of nie., no dish should I I
bf- us.'J in paper bag cooking.
i?? the goedneea "f the product. But for
salting peoOUtS and all other nuts, by all
! means tifo a hag. Turn it once or twice
While th? nut.-: are browning-you can do
It ?aft-ly by the USS of two trivets. Blaivi?.
the nuts, of course, th" .same ?.s almonds,
and let them dry 1" for? putting In the
Mince turnovers, which explein ii?em
Mr? small Make the
original round Of POStS about four Inches
i- ? pp]? ??jipoonful of i
fold over very neatly and
ph.di the edjie.- erell togoth?w. Flotten sad
cook Inside h buttered bag Tb?>- can be
frosted either plain in lattice work, or in
i i attern, aging the
tu!"-. But they ara good enough JuMt a.*
Ihey ? -i the h??-', i rovlded, "f
. th? minoeme ? |ht sort
?For the Ice cream eeadwiebes, rut veiy
tbin siloes from a thick leaf of '?
? t r. upon one t-id?- an?i j
]?> ib, m t . ?v? md two, nek? d i
?'S Ai ?erclnp- Mm?, cut n Very]
' deftly be-,
? two ,.f the frost"d eHi\._ .-hces,, and j
B to be eaten at en. a Thus you save ,
much tron?le both m serving and in WOOh? |
Ing up afterward. Indeed, ih<- whole menu
wiil fgtall lew dis-i.wathing than a nlngle
cour-e requiring platee, spoons ,-in?l f??rks.
This second menu may pifase some house?
ted io eti' ? noon ? ? rv?
?i t ,-atl er than ? v njnr
Peanut Brown Bread Sandwich?
i ? 'up "i- T<--a Lemonade
?raster Patties or Minced Chicken Turnovers
Bread and Butter SaiMv
? Broth, ?-?mall ?up?
Sli.-ed ' v.iiii [frosted individual
Spou?:. ' '
ft u:? Xut- Candy
Direction! bov? been given for <-ide> cup
monade (November -?' Roast
rind grind the peanut-, season lightly '"'th
salt -md mix with either melted butter or
mild French dressing to a rather
Miff pas'- vry thin
of buttered brown breed and keep
bake ihella of pull
poste Inside p.-?i>er baga cool, and fin with
????r oyster sands I
A drop of i? ilion Juice after filling and a
i grated c aeee Improve tin- flavor.
? ctii ken ? ' chicken biscuit.
'. ! bake it in tiny I Moil the
with .-? little fresh a il? i y and
? tomato ' tiding
' knuckl? of veal if h lar-?? amount
is needed ?Cool, skim ?ban, season and
oder. **< rve very hot.
cut mgea carefully around, re?
move the peel In two sections and :
. thus wishing prettj ?
BUi e i':..- frul1 t1 n,. taking away ?
bite pit!.y rind, arrange in the
? ? i, but a hub i hn ?! .' d
crystal keep cool
t.ii wai ??
low moi id Lei it gel cold, cut in ?small
?h tinted I
1.1 a basket lit i 'i with paper
(I 'opj i - ted Lll
NO SOLUTION IN SIGHT.
. ? clothing li b> -
? ?? a? u mor.? complicated in !
? ; na... -in.- bar ses
ti.at . t..i ?- .n Immoral In other parts oi
Ib.. World ? ..,!l oi
tie I.ai- n. -..li I prodUCl ?1 .: ? 1> V-.-.l
Immoral ? -n- nothing
for it bu? f..r ;,u *..?, . ? n bed foi
? ' i i moi
ORPHANS MM HAPPY
So Was Miss Dressier, Who
Brought Forth Laughs.
SEE "TILDE'S NIGHTMARE"
Thirty.five Hundred of Them
Entertained at Theatre?City
? Tillies Nightmare" is a dream of joy.
There are thlrty-flx-e hundred little orphans
In Nexx York ready to testify to that to
i a? Thirty-five hundred little orphans had
the '?n" Of tlmir lixes at Ihe Manhattan
Open lb.use ycst.-rd.-iy H?Urnoon, if Marl?
Dressier Is an orphan thirty-five hundred
and on?x orphans liad the time of their
lives, for Miss Dremder told the children
from the stage, between tere acte, that
nv.i bad aha enjoye?] herself half as
"I'm dead, but I'm hapi'V down it '
Bt*iaa of my feet." ."he said afterward in
her die sal ng room "i worked hard to
m,ik<? those kids laugh, I'd have UtOOd on
?nv head t.. make 'em laugh. When 1 saxv
'em ail Bitting back la tJtrsJr seats in the
beginning, sorl of scared and strange, i
.tu-t luni to go down front and make faces
till the people srho wen with them had to
laugh, and then the kids thought. "Well, if
Miss Brawn langha,' or 'ir Mr. Jones
laughs,1 'guess ?are can': and they let loose,
poor little things."
if ever an eutltence Beaded it laugh, "'at
one did. Wistful fa.1 little children,
Whose only father and mother is an in^ti
ti.-n; little children who couldn't see, but
Who looked forward to hearing "TUlle's
Nightman''; little children who couldn't
h-iir, but looked forward to Feeing; and,
most pathetic of all, tiny creature? with
twisted limbs and crooked harks, ?ad-io were
carrie?! in by the theatre attendant? from
thfi wagons that brought them, and sat
dnxxn In the best seats in the hoii'e.
It was at* old, old hit of story that flr-it
got the children's risibilities. It xvas the
scene In TUIie'fl mothers boarding house
when poor, hard-xxorkei] Tll'.Ie Is trying to
button her Stylish "aajJST ?- g.xvn. and some
one calls, "Oet a h-.r..k!" That, accom?
panied by M:?s l'res-br's best grimace,
to..k a x\eUZpn.i] little chap in thr fourth
row rii-ht in hi- funny-bone
"Ha! Ha! Har ran? oui hla piping
treble, and from here mid there atmet
other tentative little "Ha-hs?:" and before
long all over Ute house voice.? unused to
that kind of ?-vereis.? wen "Hn-ha-lim" fl!^
hard as they could.
Maybe the D*>*i*r*rw<***ked Tlllle'i ?veea in
her boarding hoTSJg recalled to tOWet Of the
children som- of their own experiences in
their nx? n homes Anyhow, they seemed to
Ftppreclate this part of the play. H wasn't
until TlUle's dr'-am of being the mllllon
alre'a wne began thai they naUy "lot
bowei?or. and lb? more blaarn TU?
lbs adventures wen, the more the ehii
Ir.n loved ft.
Tillie's "champagne lag." when Tlnkl<sr
ipened tha eoM btrttle on her mini?Mia*n
liu-band s yacht to euro h?_r of her sea?
sickness ?lelighte-1 on?- little cripple .v. that
be lad to grab his eratcb from the untren
\\ ho had it in Charga and pound It for ap?
plause. Incidentally, he paid Miss Dressler
.< compliment on th? truth of ii?r imper
'?flha nets '?Hat likr in' mudd*r did when
she'd been having beer.'' h? informad the
? final disappeannci ol Tilli? and her
husband backward over the yacht railing
in an ecatasy of seatdcknesi ' rough! out a
.. .i : ol treble laugh? One tiny child
forgot her shynesa and sluieked. 'Do it
But this pies x' a? loel In a gen*
mand Toi a sp ech ft. Miss IM - ?.-? ?
i. r, a demand lo ? i ? edlly at -
? Vou're n-'' it.-i- bled i" me th? leas!
little bit. ah? told the children T an
Ind? bted i" ou for the happiesl Christmas
I ever had. P"oi once In my ||f? ! m
in good company, snd I'm v? y gnteful to
All too fa.si fot the ? mini, n the . lay
moved on through th? extremely gay
.n Parla which they loved; through
the voyage In tha airship-that a.xxe.j them,
ml ? r, and to 'iiiiie'.- awakening te thi
realisation that bei gorgeous ? sparten ?
. - ? ..n .i ?h- um. When thla cam? I ?
t.ii - cripple who b.oi applauded with hla
Crutch l-'axe B great Mai t.
"Why, poor little Till!.?:" be laid, gaslng
at the broad back ?.f the vaniahlng actresa
"Wga it ju't a dream? Didn't it never
ba] !?? -r.'"
Among ti.. ; who took boxea wen
lin Bi lyveaatti FI b, Mrs. Onne WUeon,
lira lames sp.-.x.-r. Mrs. <;. arga J Gould,
lin. k. n. Harriman aflea Helen Gould
and Thomas R Clark. Th" Woman Buf?
fraga party, the Equal "franchies f?c?*iety
?tad several other organlsstloni had boxss. i
Frederick Townsend Martin srss there aith
a part) ..f woman Mayor Oajrnor x-.a.-.
? ot? i by ry, Robert
A.ian..--.:. Montdgnot Lavella oocupied a
box. Coremlsaloner ?Valdb of the Polie?
Dl pcrtmeiit and Commlmloner Johnson ot"
th? Fil Dep ntine.it arete tliere. Tue
ant extra detalh of roen, bul Inen
v., r- no ...< i?i* ??' ? guardlana bad
Among the charitable insUtutlona and
i, ? .,..1- n presu nted won the Miiadon >.f tha
Sr?en in the Shop i
. Heu.- wri An oui '
?1 hav? Rad Riding
? ? *'
\ ;?...!,.. Hl ?? I.'
child* en up '" :"'-r ?????
? :, . ? . iAca
.-, wool old? ,1'1';'"
witii white, ptak o
Ibbon. Tb? littl m ? ? i? shaped
-?Vi-, n cape, wll Ing b I i
., wed op at the hott ?
,,,... about I ' nd ? trimmed with
ribbon re no
alcoves, but the i ?a U roomj enough a o
irii a "
, ,, . apott ?? l tret nald?
Quilti '*-'" snough
.,, coma up to th? bn< ? i ? boughl for
til,-' lots at II Id ?? i
li , ,.n?i"ii "i , .,, : he ? omfori
.. int!. un tal . i ? for carfare,
, |t? I; I, in. .11 -I ||< ? I' ? ??!' ???
-git? nod lo ' n. lit I - i
,, ,,..: . i . ? ? Will
f which it ?' ' ?
in in - n.-? ? 'i ndth
tb?i ? ?? .
,;. p|a< ? '"' ? ' ' ? '?"'" ' "'r' ,:,
A t landl In a box, tied -.?*.???**
gilt **o**d and occompanied b) ?<
?painted ? aid, on a hi? h i pi tab ?I the !
method "f securing good luck
? .1 , . i-m.u kind of candis,
Bight fl " ' ' , BW001 'liir;
Th? litti? pa? kagi w? ir ? ?i? -
llghtfully holiday sxpresaion, with its ?-.-lit
and bliebt colore, and mema just the thing
t serve as a bearer oi Christmas greet
from th- one h ho bus little time t??
tbii k of such small detaili aa the prop...
v rapping ?'f
Specially pn pared ielll i re pui up m
glasses,'with pretty roffls coven, which
aie ornamented nith bit? of odor appro?
pri?t? i?? the ?? intent, of each parttculsr
glass. After a glas? bn?? b?>eti emptied the
0OVOT will serve Juxt as well for some ot! . r
A handm."'.b of an BUtlq le n.
any aMebonrd, In lha form ?>f ?> t"1
six or aoven lachea lith, would mrv?
,, eptacl for varioui small articles, and
,.ilM be boughl for P
.m "g .nui l- .'?ii are i ? log shown
curiously shsped ba b? I -. m ..i>- i. th
i,, ,i ,mis of Brtttsu Th
ii,,,,- ,.. a?? i "i folding up "i.ii . mptj.
n ,,. .i, ,ulaingl ?mall n o. ? hich make
. i ... | iravelllna out
?n They are w?. ota? or? >.
U ron s -1 ? oroe? ',.,i ?u, i lh< mann,,
, right, and
Maine. I tent
' . n, ,.,. i
n .n i, should '"
Tnnr 1-10 will give a whole week
?if Hospital care to norne one seriously
111 or injured who mlgtu die without
it. or become ;i permanent object of
charity Please ??end your gift, large
or uni.ill, t<>
fill Ml I.AMII1, ViOOBh 11 ied?r St.,
HOSPITAL OATUSUDAT ?\ND ft'NDAY
or MR*?. SAmWS HPEVKH. Ml Madlaon
,\... Treasurer. Woman's Auxiliary
Immaculate Virgin. jOft; the Hebrew Or?
phan Af-ylum, M??, tbe Children's Aid Ho
etsty, ?'"1; the Hebrew Sheltering Guardian
Society Orphan Asylum. W, the Sheltering
Aims, 1"'': Orphans' Hortii; of the Protestant
Kpiscopal Church. MS) New York Home for
Homeless Boy?. HO; Half orphan Asylum,
: i rippled Children's Pchooi. i?; Bam
York Horn? for Dcstltut?? i.'rlpplcd I 111
drcn, K; ?-hoir boys of tlie ?"'ath'dral
Church of Bt. John the Divine. 35; New
York Asso.-latlon for Improvlnc: th. ?v,;..
dltlon Of the Poor, lui the f'ity rharltlei
Dtpartmant. -v>; the Dogottaoni of Public
Charities, ??.', nn*J the Department or pub?
lic Bchoola, 2"A
MOTHERS TO THE RESCUE
Woman Saves Her Baby at Fire
and Dog Dies Trying.
Bvtdeace of the n**other Instinct was die
ployed in two motoaooa yootorday when
(?re threatened the Ihres of occupoata at
No TBS Third av nue. The Urmix.
Piiromlng eenfiised at the cry of "Plrer
Mr? Ethel Belbert twoaty-twe yeora old.
threw her six months old baby from ?he
third floor ot her apartment to the street
and then Jumped after tiie Infant Harry
I Rothstein, sixteen yeHru "Id, who li\fs in
the house, caught the child and saved him
from Injury, Then b? tried to aove Mrs
s.iii-1-i. bm only succeeded In breaking
the fail. Bba waa taken to Pofdl am Hos?
pital whore it waa said lute last night that
-in- was in a serious copdltloo.
After the (ire had been ? xtinguishrd tie
charred body Of Daisy, the f.-init!*.''? pet
dog. was fOUOd shelt'*rin?r ti.e body Of one
of her two weeks old puppi?.-.. AnotlK X
puppy was fOUOd alive mm? distance away.
it Is though: that the dog, when it recog?
nized the peril of the lire, carried one of
her young away, and In returning for the
other was burned sa badly (hot She did
not have th? strengt li to take it away, and
gave up her life attempting to shield It
Just what started the fjpg in the shop of
Abraham RotbMelri, on the ground fOOtf,
coul'1 nut be as-r-i rtalned. The blaze spread
rapidly and by ?he timo the firemen ar?
river) the store was enveloped in flames.
The tenants iti the house were ranb?.
?tricken and it v.as with much difficulty
?hat the poll? ?. and the firemen ?rot t!.*m
out without injure-.
Adjoining the burned store is the build?
ing of the Bronx Department of Health.
which f?r a time was in ?reat danger, but
the hremen made guieh work In e-ctia?
gulahlng the "re after they got the boos
on It. The dunnge was estimated at about
CENTRAL BANK DESCRIBED
Assistant Secretary of the Treas.
ury Lectures at the Waldorf.
iti the abeeace of P*-ran__ln MacVeagh,
Secrc-tary of tbr Treasury, hta asststaiu.
Platt Andrew, leetured on 'Tl.- Treasury
Department and It. Anuir. ' Ol the Wal?
dorf yesterday ???ecretary MoeVeegb ama
detained in Washington, ow ng to a eoO
for a Cabinet meeting by President T.-ft.
TV" lecture was lb? third In a ferie- on the
deportments o<. the f?derai govevnmeni hold
under the auspices of th? Bremen's w<
division of the National Civic Federal on
,fi-r ;? brief r?sum? of the various de
pert aten toi functions of the Treasury De
partasent, Mr. Andrew eonflned Ma remarks
t., propcoed monetary legislation, and told
what the non nu notary legislation iboold
be. on tht lines incorporated In th? report
of the National Monetary Commission aoon
t" be mad- to Congress lie pointed out
defects in the balking system, and de?
Bcribed th< National Rooorvo Association,
which I.- proposed by the Monetory Com
? as the principal r- mod] ,
n ? - entlol thing was to ftandardlz?*?
an.l lentrallz.? the BfOOOOl baliklir-; aystom,
throuf th? ?;'ration of the National R?.
serve Aasociatlon, oi so-called central bank,
The principal aim "t ?he prop? icd n<
ayatem ?woa to svoid flnauc.ai panl?
to relieve tiiofp tmanciai stringenclci which
ooeomponled tht moving ol crops With
twenty?flve thousand banks through?
oui the country and th? reeervca widely
ited among thee? Institutions tin
? ayatem to-day i*eoembied ti.e eeb
t., m ? : Bei Un, i ?
"In Berlin the law require? that there
.-bail slways be one cob ;it every eob ata?
be said, '"it,in i- an unfortunate
circumstance to the man who may want
to hire a cab for ? me urgent purpose and
,1. bit at the stand, nhlch,
of courte, cannol leave It. Bo with i ur
honk reeervee; the laa provide? that they
?t -? m ad under any circum?
gumming up the thn i prim Ipsl d?
In the preeent banking system, Mr. Andrew
asid they wen-: Pirat, that banknote? were
really not ? part ol the credit ayatem; aeo
? tid. that th? bank reserves were unavail?
able, Inflexible and not sufficiently mobil?
ised, and third, thai th? system incited a
common bond between banks which would
form f-ome ,-ort of a eeatral institution.
SAYS CRITICISM l-TuNJUST
Chairman Declares Recreation
Commission Waits Appropriation
Tamos v.. Bolllvan, chairman ?-f the i;
creation rnininlaaana. wMeb ua? nomed
last July by Mayor fjoyaor, said yeoterday
that he knew then had been critlci-an mode
about the delay of the commleeloa in get
tlng things start"!. bUl it was tinwat (ant?
ed. When the bin was poseed providing for
?uch a conimi.-Bioii. which was odVOCOted
i- !? den in pteygroond work In this city.
Mayor Oaynor Immediately nem**l th? p-i
lowing moanbers of tue eonunloolon:
James B. Sullivan, cnalmson; 0?
? \\\ Wlngste, <lusta!"s T Kti,? .
Qoorgi D Pratt, Robhina OUaaaa. lira
Vladimir Wmkovitch and Park ?"ommis
sumer ftover, the latter an ea?on.cle mem
Although Mr. Sullivan said yeeterday that
do tanda w.-re available to begin work,
persona lotorootod hi the purpose of the
commission had eritlctoed th?* alleged dllu
lorv tactics fit its m? ml ? i I
?*We win be aneblad to begin active work
?m January l," said Mr. Sullivan, "for the
appropriation will then be available. To
day we will m? ? t to dloeusa numerous
project- eonaoeted trith ?he work of the
"As b Btarter, Borough ProoMenl lie?
Aneny im? tuned ooet to th? oomtnlsoton
?MnniiHluins and liiihs. Tin y will be
placed In operation the drsi week la Janu?
,i ? Mr S'llllvali SOld.
Mr, miman, of lbs Universtti Settlement,
said there bad been manj meetings "f the
commission atnoe Beptember, an?i it would
i?. unfortunate if lb? Idea preavlled that
tin member? had bown a dlsposltloa to
poatpom notion. Part Commissioner sto
,,i,i i,, favor the ni... ol lb? R< i n ?>
m..n Commission and Its work
LADIES' CHRISTIAN UNION.
i ji p. ios i . sill i " ? Id? at the
.;. \ntion -i m- stieg ol th? Ladle
hrlsttan ' u1"" '" '" '"'''? ?" "
,? mina at ?*" " r| ",k '" ""' ?"boiiel of the
.,. . i, i i b i nib avenu? and ??th
? , ? i
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May Be Made at Any Time
Tribune's Bookreaders' Catalogue
Great Aid to Contestants
The Official Bookreaders' Contest Catalogue
of The New-York Tribune, containing a large
list of book titles, among which arc included
all of the correct titles to be used in the illus?
trations throughout the Bookreaders' Contest,
will be a great aid to contestants in arriving
at the correct names of the books and their
proper spelling. The price is 25 cents at the
office of The Tribune, or a copy will be mailed
to any address upon receipt of 30 cents in
1-cent or 2-cent postage stamps. If cata?
logues are ordered by mail, contestant? s-'nould
THE CONTEST MANAGER.
Bookreaders' Contest Department,
New-York Tribune, New York City.
they may ?Jo so ?Hhout lilun? out the entlra coup an.
Picture? may be ?ubmltted with the anawer? it cunteatant?
ao desire, but they will not count for th?-m.
0. Different member? of a family mau ? ?apata |tu
Contest, but only one onze will be award?..! tu sa) one fajii
lly or household and only pita (11 >?i! be
a.-cepte-l fur.i any in-.tlxi.iii.il cent? Itloa III
?ny other contest rioxv being run arlll not debar en; m f'?m
ent?rina the oompetitioB
6. All answers must be held until the entire ?ene | of
book Illustrations "nava been printed in ''ha Tribune, and
every aet of coupons upon which answers are written :nus?
le arranged in num rkal ord-r. fastened lecurelj tog> tber
and delivered or mall-d In a d-t packjpi. n
rolled, plainly addressed to the NEW YORK TRIBUNE'S
BOOKREADERS' CONTEST DEPARTMENT. TRIE.ENE
To Enter Now You Only Need the
Back Numbers of the Bookread?
ers' Contest Pictures.
?Sou if th" Hmc. and note If the minute,
ftart to-daij, and pet right in it.
Once you start you'll genfer SfOf),
/ n fry to rinin the prize nn fop "
THIS is just another sample of ingenuity and
enthusiasm on the part of a bookreader
contestant. Many interesting letters, like
the above, find their way to the Contest Depart?
ment daily. This contestant states facts plainly.
He realizes that to get in line for that $3,200
Steams five passenger vestibule type toy ton?
neau motor car at the top of the list there is no
time to be lost. And he is right.
Also we believe that you will agree with us
that the first prize, as well as the complete list of
awards, is worth starting for right now. You |
know that you would be willing to start and make
quite a long trip if a similar prize was offered as
a reward for your journey.
But this contest does not require you to make
any journey for the grand prizes, nor for the
more than a thousand other prizes which will go
?, Vl...,tJ- ? ? ??.?.. ,?Ur, rW. ?.a,?. ?? ??. ? BUILDING. NEW YORK CITY, ?rttula the tima ape -ifled
as rewards to those wno come nearest to the T jn Rule t.
To compete for these prizes you need only to
get The Tribune every day and solve the pictures,
which represent the names of your old friends
in the world of books.
Read over the explanation of the contest print?
ed to-day. That will tell you enough so that you
will want to read the rest of the announcement
and the complete list oi prizes. When you have
done that you will see that this competition is
open to all alike, young and old. without any re?
striction as to where you live.
You'll tirtu. ton. thai you do not battra to go out
.iii-i bother your friends for ?rotas or subscriptions
obligat? yourssll to pay oui .nix- money. It's
limply s matter that'a up to yourself alona AU
.e,i to do is tu apply your thoughts on the
?iH'ki eilet-' Pictures aa the? are published In Tl.?'
Tribune from day t?-. day, end If you hare applica?
tion and ??re sccurate there should be i"it very little
i>. tween you sad n thli contest It's dimply
tter of t fsw minutes' entertainment and In?
telligent mental recreation each ?lay.
T.ook ovar the condition! of the rontost and the
prise list ;.nd ssk yourself if you <!o nut think it
worth while Bach opportunities ?>f semrliiK ??? xalu
able reward ere not offered to one very often, and
you should bo! delay any longer.
To enter now you need only secure the back num?
ber- of the Bookread? ?.-' Picture?, all of arhlch may
be had at I ? ofBce of The "jfew-York Tribuna or by
mail, as stated ri I ?? foot ?.f this announcement,
and then follow up the contest by securing s copy
i' e Tribuns every day.
Try it now.
Explanation of The New-York Tribune's
Every Cay far Seventy-three <Wt day? there win
appear in The New-York Tribune (Dally and Sunday
Editions. Txvo (2> Illustrations, Cartoons or other
representations of the nanas of books. The Tribune
ixxhiiI ten hundred end srety?seven prizes to
Tribune i*ead*rs sendint* in the naareet correct
-i- iwen t.. the entlra ?tStriSS of book illustration?..
r t two offlcial illustruvions appeared en Mon
. I.e. -.iii'.'.-r I.
The corre- t names of books to be illustrated and to
Berve ai i basis of swards are being selected hv the
Conteat Department, end xxiil be Included in the
New-York Tribune's Bookraa?ars* Contest catalogue.
which xxiil be published as ? guide and reference for
? tanta1 use T! ?? c<*r**eet list of names -arlll be
i under seal in th?? safety .iepo-it department of
,.,,,, ,1 p rk Hank, where It a?lll remain until
it is ? died for by U e .inupes at the ?dose of the con
To compete for the prises, (?enteetanta must
atvs the asms of the I.?> ?**?tly eccordiog to the
wurdlns spelling and punctuation .is published in
the Tribune'i B?*?okreadarB Contest catalogue.
Five .:?) dllterenl persons will rurni i the ideas and
t ill draw the book Illustrations.
uill not ixeti "?now the an.iwers to
the pussle pictures ?htP ?Jraw.
7. This tfme for re-"e!x?.g ar-r. ers xxiil have no ?fleet
upon the awarding of prizes, with this excepttor.. Ad
answers must b-.- deliver.d at the CONTEsT D':i ART
MENT of THE TRIBl'NE. or bear postmark of raatllBg ot
not li.ter than midnight. Saturday, Mar? h ?... IM1
8. Prizes ?ill be awarded to the contestant?. In order,
according to the number of correct answers aunt in to th?
entire ?seriea of book Illustration.?
First Prize?Steam? 'louring <'ar. to the cor.-eatant
eendtn<r In the largest number ot correct answers.
.Se.ond Prize?White Automobile, to the contestant
?emiing in the sec-rid laiges; number, and so on laatlt all
the prizes have been o? arded.
In the event of a tie between two <2) or r^ore per?
sons, the contestant ?ending in the largeat r. jmber of
correct answer? with th. smallest number of duplicate
answer? mot coupons? will be declared the winner. Where
two ?L'l or more contestants submit the ear-ie lumuir of
correct ansxvera and un equal Dumber of duplicate answer?,
the one usin? the Kast number of coupons will b? de?
clared the winner.
For example: "A" r.rd "B'" ?re two t"J) contestant?
? nd ?end in the following number of correen answer?.
?uplieatu answers and coupons:
Correct Ans. Duplicate Ans. Cctipons :?ed.
A . 180 IM 241
B. 130 IBS ttt
"A" win? the pr.ze because, ?l?h..-.ueh he used or.? Ctl
more coupon than "B," he ?er.t In only 18ft duplicate
answers ?>, "B.'e'' ISS, or - lese, end displayed ?r?-ater ?kilt.
In taue two t2x er more persons ?ubmit the same num?
ber of corn ct an-.?-??'? -1111 the Mme number ef duplicate
bn?x?...-i? for the Mttli lerlei o* pictures, tosethef with
the ?ame number of <-ou>>mi?, the rala? at the prize a?
tied for xvlil he divided SOB ticln,*.
0. A Board of Three ?3) Jurixe? will b? leleete?! br
The Tribun?.- from ?lislntereated <:UUena. ?he will tak?
tharge of the Stiowers and award the prize? strlctl** In
aC'-ordan. e with lh> eorroct eonstructlon of the title? Illus?
trated and a? six-n tu Th-j Tribune's Bookrea4ler?" conteat
10 U"her? a set cf anawers ts securely fastened to?
gether, UM contest.nit teil] be permitted to mmp with
rubber stamp or ..'.1 it*e? late his er her r.ain? upon th?
space allotted for s.ini., and omit the flail n^im and
address from the maJor:tv of cojpon?. prox I ted that mcii
full n;iiti? and full address ai. ? lalnly ?rrlttea upon the
laat ??x itti coupons of the s-.-t. ?raere ?pace for same will
be provided in due eourse.
In ser-ltn?; In the unav era at the close of the conteat
It S important tha? contestant? a?-al all p-i?"ka.ge? coa
talnlng set? of ansxvera and see to It that pontage 'hereon
Is fullv pr.pald at the rii? of two cents 12 cents) an
nuni-c or fraction thereof Tell vou- Poatmaater that you
paek.iye of ati-xv.r;. i untalr is wrl'.trn n. .tter ar.l muat b?
mailed at the ?*r??
All communications - r letters of inquiry roneernlne
the Beokreadera? Conteel moat ho addressed to the con?
test M x v * or H KEW-TORK TKIBIWE. U4 Naaaau
P?re*t \rv York ntv
Beekn ad? rs
la open to ?u r,al?.r,
excepting employes and
-rilf BooKieaaera Contest
rf ?o\ D, |, ,ni Bundar Tribune.
ti en-t-rr? ??f tl-.cli f ..iilll.'t*.
? Contestants nta?? write the ti.mea of the booka rep
r a,*nt?.d i? tba illuatratlons upon the coupon providad
.'eif-.r and which ?HI appeal on Page 2 of Th?
?'(Dally and Mindiiy) every day during the period
of the eomneUtloa An?xvers may b? written with pen
??.-n? 11 or be lypewrlttea
t Each picture represents the name of only one <1?
book ?nd conteetanta ?111 Bed; Be required to ?jive th?
..am.'- of the author ?*I*J ?ha title or name of tne book
1 ill thai xv ill 1- .?'Hilr.'d. Where contestants are not
..Main of" the ??rie.t name m?y will be pennltl.-d tu
1,,, 11 Vive .:.. answrrs 10 mutt b.,ok picture, if the cor
reet aaiwet 1? *ix?'". lasiirsst sasarara win n?.t coun:
uaainai the cont.' ?tant
4 ?mix tw.? 12) answer? may be written upon a ?lngl?
rounon e*ua eOUpoM meat le need for additional an
>wera 'th-l nil eoupone of the ?ame number must be kept
r in making up ibe Ml Where ??oatastanta wish
rr.lt additional names ?o the sa?ae b-.ok Illustration
COMPLETE LIST OF PRIZES
1?j:..:ikl l"lve-Pa?n?t'iiger ??l.-ariiH Xutoino
bile. The F. H. Bteiuaa Company.
llrnadWHT and X'th M.
!?.$.'.'.'(Ml >\hite Touring tar. The Whit?
Company, Broad??* and S'-?l St,
(?4?$.?.100 Hiirrker Art Player Piano?. $1.030
each. E. Bueckrr. ?6 West nsth St
????00 I rum i. Bacon \rt lino?.. Karen
piano <.... Its Emet 1Mb si.
e?SHOO \.i,l,r-.i. Pla.xcr Pli.no. The Ander?
son Piano ( ?iinpany, |*n) I ullon -1 .
??S7*>0 I r .mi-. Bacon Player Plann.
??O?St.?OO. Two ?Ina- Plan..?, ?f.00 earb.
Hiiig X "?.n. Ninth Axe. ?nd i.it|, m.
10?11?$1.000. I xx ?i Hocker Art Plaiioa. ?600
und ?flu??, respectively.
12?BUS Dining Bo*m Batte. Lennon a
< ..inp.icx . 1.'. 1 Kant ""-1 St.
1 :??s 100 i-aah.
M?*-?? ???? Solitaire lliamond King.
S S?M??110 t lii.ter lliamond Prln.e?? King?.
Still mid *".<>. re.pe? lively. I.. Of. Mwee?
? < ?> . 170 llroudxxay.
18?1;??(?m (luster lliamoml Prince?* King?. |I3
ea?h. I- W. Sx* eel S ? o.
?0??9?glOll. ??wen Kodiiv leather Bed?, gift
en.-li. H 1. iiurn ? .iiiiii.iii? J4 I 4.1
?to?1|??'LI ? a?li. S.'.", raih.
:i??:!.*.?#ltl t-a-.li. SI? each
;oi??;;,?sunn, xi, n . or l u?mSt ??old Watches.
,?i???7?||S cash. ?"> em h.
68?lb".??>0D. Ameriian Thertnn?, I; enrh.
Ameritan I lu rum? ( ?nip,my. 'f, V. e.?
171 h Si
16$?287??100 Ladles' or ?.entlenien? Silk I'm
hrellu?. *:t eu? h. XI *>trln?<hneider. ?7
188?507?S7.XI1. \\ Ktrt mai-.'. Ideal Fountain Pen?,
$2 ..0 euch. I.. K. XX ii-Tiiini ? 1.?ipan.
868?1067??*"?0. Txvelve mnnth?' ?iil>?cri|.tlon (e
"IVaraon'a ?Inga/ine." $1 IS .. year rhe
|>ir?.i.i Publishing < <-ni|. tut. tit Kail
Place an order with your nearest newsdealer to begin serving yon with a
copy of The Tribune every day and enter the Contest at onoc.