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Qollfj Madison Breakfast Pro?
nounced a Great Succcss.
"SWEET." VERDICT OF ALL
jyjr?. Clark, Mrs. Bryan. Mrs.
Mack, Mrs. Harmon and Mrs.
Littleton Prominent Figures.
[From Th? Trlbon* Bu
Vt'oahlngton, May 80.?lf ihe promotew of
tr? Thomaa Jefferson doiiar dlnnera thlnk
fo, a moment that they ael the poee for
tba Dolly Madlaon breakfast they nrr mis
taken and left at the poal bealdea There
rr/? have been more polltlcfl Introduced,
. -.ine ?=lpr"d. more ^torics told, bul
( of it could touch the flral Bupreme
tH... ' the Democratlc women of the
,md the country in thi*. th-ir
? pffnrt. The affah commemorated
the MWb annlvaraary of the blrtb of Dolly
Every one of the four hundred and fifty
1 IhOUght the breakfast waa Bweet,
e, i thej aald ao, and many of lhara de?
clared 11 waa "perfectly eweet." MoreoYer,
?j . Democrata who thought thal if
s dlnnei waa goo.i enough for Jeffer
, : oratora it was koo.i enough for the
Madlaonera were aodly mlatoken. U
they IhOUght U lncongruous for them to
on thr publk floor and OTgue about
I off the rats in the Trrosury wlth
BO meot at all. to urge the governrnent lo
c.it down th* ferd of e.ats for ihe pe.ver-.i
mulea, and to anlp a penny here and
? there, ard then for their wlvefl
: M for a aingle broakfast. they dldn't
know WhOl they were talkinn about.
That waa the way lt looked al flrst. but
from the tlme the egfljulaftely arroyed
women arrlved for th" liarmony breakfast
tintll tbe last one Ungerlngly departed the
l --fakfast was such a succcss that each
one we.ndered how lt wh.? done for so ;it
Of courae. there were mlatakea on tho
port of the gueata, su-h as drinklng Ihelr
erril' claret glaaeea of iced nnd pepper
romted tea wlth the breakfast. so that
when Mr?. A B. Burleson propoaed the
t^aft 'James Madison'" there wa? not a
drop to pledge hlm ln. But then \>"-'
Madlaon. Thomas Jefferson and all the
other suhjects of toasts fared as badly.
Every on* regretted the bl-ind^r ard said
Mrs, Clark ToastmiBtress.
There was poltttca ln it. too. lt was not
d:ffli ult to tell whlch of the women on the
programme had in mlnd eertain mere m^n
whom thej thought would make ideal
??ntial candldntes. Mrs Champ <"'ark
waa tooatin|i_re__ and pooaeaaed e.f reavdy
T. it. whlcb brought forth many a laujrh.
?When i* nar time to Introduce Mrs. Wlll?
lam Jennlnga Bryan, flral to -espond to the I
toa?t "Dolly Modtoon," Mra Clorlt remarked^
that she would Introduce her, though she
herself had never had Ihe pleaeure of an
Introductlon. Mra. Clorli woa ereetod with
lea g ar.d luoty applaus<\ Mrs Bryan with
applauea an.i Mra Judaon Harmon
wlth atlll !ong*r applause, and th?n some
cbeera were thrown in
." - ?. vT. Ralston responded to "Dolly ,
ion a Snuffl i ? ' reproduc- ;
ton of whlch was a aouvenlr tnkm away j
by each guesl She quoted from the oM '.
passace Yoj are aw'are that ahe snufTs.
I - her honda the Bnuffbo- ve^ome? only
a gracloufl imp'.emenr wlth which to
B ' Fhe fiptly brought In many other
crarming OjnotatlOBJ and a few t*!l!ng llnea
of her ?0WB poetry.
Mrs. Korman E. Mack tnasted the, women
cf the White Hou.c. quotlng, ' Be to her
Vlrtuefl ^*ry k'r-d." and Mrs. Olark added.
'And to he- faults a little bllnd. ' Mrs
MflCk told how she was a Httle disillusioned
as to Presidents' wlvefl when out West
aome ^aar? aro ?n* wolted for Mrs. Harrl
?on to arrpa". fh*x a re<-ept;on 1n her honor
I - co on. Flnolly. exhausted with walt
Ing, ahe aske^i the Irlah ehambermald what
ahe thought the trouble woa "Why, ?he'?*
Varh'."' hei feet, ' wai the prompt reply,
whereupon Mr* Mack declded that at 'aa??
? t Uft were nol r-^de of day
Mra Harmon Reoliea to Toast.
:!rs J.dson Harmon wa? to reply
toaet. Women of the cabtnet." hut, nke
Mrs f-Olne: who took the rla^ of Mrs
m Randolpb Hear** and replied to
--?The Natlonal Pteea," she faiiH to h't the
i-w heing women, it was as
< - | they merely aimed at their aubjeets,
a-o .to n 'c?:<.o r . re re\i*T<\*<\ ar perfectly
Mrs, T M Owen brought many a pood
when sh.e re?ponded to "The I on
greasmar ' fe." Mrs Owen followed
through his .-ampalgn. with credit t0
?|f and his family until they flnaliy
' : i tha rapital. where the wlfe bon
i onfeaaad she was no* half so Im
| nt aa OUt ln Pod'ink. and she ?waa
got ^juite eertain that "ha' waa
Martln W. Littleton inade a hi? hlt
:n her o,uaint Dolly Madlson hat and Dolly
Madlaon frock of sof* blue, as ahe invokert
the ahadea ol f,r-' j c frieBd, Thomaa Jef?
Louder! Loudei: Loudar cried the
- omen at the furthest tables, Whereupon
ytr* Littleton. small of atature, tlptoed and
at th? lop of her voice: "Juflt he
e < ? and J will steam up."
Mra Bryan, Mra Harmon, Mrs Mack and
women were there to compenaate for
the aboence of Mra Orover ''leveiand. Mrs
row wiison and others, and there
yrert dlatingulahed women enough to nn tne
af anv hooteflfl wlth Joy. Tables were
Op'i.jtloned to gueata just to suit their
| not thelr rank. wlth the- exeeptlofl Of
?gn* or two tables reaerved for the desrend
Brils of Tresident Madlaon Kach round
Ugblfl hore an old-fashtoned honquet of plnk
r-ronie* nn'l b'oomlnE laurel from th< hlllBi
. na?i no erfort Mt 1'emorratii I Tl |
pllclty. other thnn thc abs?nr* or w)n*.
thc breakfast belng qutts as Blaborata ne
good tast* permitted. Thcrc was mualc,
and thc women ebeered luatlly for "Dlsle,"
My <?m Kentuck; Home ' ami oth<- ?on_
of thc South.
Wee Visitor in the Balcony.
Whitc thc breakfasl un- in progresa ona
w*e vlsttor sat enjoylng h<i oarg f*ast ln
thc balcony, attended by a dslnty, whitc
capped nurse. Thls wbk the llttl* daughter
..f Mrs. Robert C. VYIckllfre, who concHv?d,
promoted and broughl th* plan to a buc
oess Wlth the ain! of ? number of oth<r
Democratic women. Tbsre were many
splendld old mlnlsturea "i people or < o
lonial tlmea snd rare and quaint Jewels,
Slmost every wtnan having on som*thln_
to ellcll an inqiilr;.- from h*r neighbor. Mr?
l'ho?le Hamilton Beabrook wore a minla
ure of her great-grandfsther, who was Se<~
retary of lha Navy in Prealdenl Madleon'a
I'ahinet. M'-r uncle was I'aul Hamilton,
v.ho danced with Dolly Msdlson.
Mr?. Mary <'. I'raig, the grandnll ' '?'
Dolly Madison. was there, a"d wore a
quaint turban <iuiic after thc _olly afadi
son type, as well a? s.>in* okl hetrlooms ln
thc waj of Jewels. Thera were breastplns,
oairir.es, necklaces, llne old ia?-*s nnd em
brolderles, and even aome of the rarc old
brocadea whlch graced the anoostors of the
gucsts al the Madlaon functlona in the
White House. There wsa n rlcb gown worn
by Dolly Msdlson in one corner of the
receptlon room. made ot heavy rellow bro
cade, wlth s front panel of rlch embroMery
and much ..Id laco. This ealled for worlda
of "ahs" ami "ohs" from thi guests.
Among the Interestlng featurea of the
menu and programms were the blographlea
of the Democratic women of the House snd
Benate, got up by Mrs. Cbamp Chvrk, a
plan that she has been talklnf over for
several years. lt has heen auggested thal
thls feature be extended to tha Republican
women of hoth branches of Congress and
be appended to the regular "Congresslonsl
Dlrectory." it would hc a convsnlent feat?
ure tor WashinKU.il people, espedally for
th.- preas, and mtght afford mucb matertal
for the humoroua pres.,
The women all declartd thai the Dolly
Msdlson breakfast hnd come to Btsy, and
it . ertslnly looked hko it.
PLANS FOR CHEAPER LIVING
Schcncctady May Open Cut Rate
tel, araph ie The Trll
Bchenectady. Mav .'.-The clty suthorl
tU_ have under conslderstlon plsna for a
munlclpal cut rste RTOcery store f.,r the
beneflt of all clty employea lt ls reported
that th* M..-C wlll be ready for bualneaa
by June 1 snd thnt in r.ddition to gro
Ice "l!l I"- sold in lumtner and coal In win
ter at a savins to purchssera of aboul _
per cent II la proposed, In order to re
? the hlgh coal of Ining to the Keiicral
puhlic, to opei ' ? ?tora to all patrons as
soon as the detslle for auch sn sxtenslvc
undertsblng can be worked out. The etore
:<i to he opcratcd on a cash bSBls, withoul
profit t>, thi cltl ?
Troy. May 20, Thc munlclpal atorehouee
establiahed by Mayor L'ornellua F. Burna
of this dty. wh*r* euppllea for ever de
rartm<Mi' of the ^lty sovernmenl and every
dty bulldlng are k?pt. m*an?. lt la said.
a laving to th* clty of $3,000 i yesi 11 Ip
ln charge of Patrich Petere. wbosa islsry
ls _?oa ? ua'
In former yeara ths euetom was to I
euppll's in a mere or less haphazard man
-ar, and theaa goods were dcllvered 10 tha
various darartnients. the employea of s hleh
uaed them with sppsrenl dlsregard for
economy. Now euppllea are bought st
w holessle and <???!*<) to \ar!ous departments
on requlsltlona Under the new- arrange
:,^ni th? conaumptlon of gupphes he? been
reduced about one hilf. whlle thelr cost ls
materlally lessened compared to prleaa
WOMEN FORM POLO CLUB
Members of Long Island Colony
Call Themselves Meadow Larks
TVeatbury, T,ong Tsland, Mav . (gpeetall
Th? women of t,,e Meadow B-ck colony,
? h^> bav_ b"?n quletly playing polo "i tha
varioua flelda near tn_ club, ?pnng a aur
pr4M ,.., rvcrv rmf this afternoon, wh?n
they imi?*d all thelr frlenda to come to
the new fl_ld of the Meadow T.a'k Polo
nn i, || -"-as aubeeojuently learned.
ir o~ipos"d of all the women who hav*
been playing polo for th* lan vear. Th*v
ha\A acqulred a section of land ?oi]th of
the .lerlcho Turnpike, n*ajr the Weatbury
Road. which thev have hsd msde into a
r.oio fleld withoul any one'a gettlng ln th*
a_Tet. and thli afternoon thej plajfed ?
?ari,o for th* beneflt of the mcinbrrs of th*
. lub and thelr frlenda.
Th*> women were aomswhst pussled for a
tjrnp a? to what nani* thev ?hould give the
club, and as they uauslly plsy ln the esrli
mornlne. lt was d*' Ided to call the club
ths Meadow l,ark Polo I 'l'.ih.
So far as Is known, this Is th* flral wom
en's club for playlruc polo that has ev^r
bean formed wlth groundi or ita own. i?
ls; ihe intentlon of the membera to oro ?! a
rlubhousr. whlch will he larR* enough for
their demande, whli* ea,-h end of the fleld
wlll have aheda for ponlei The n*id la
the reuuiation "iz* demsnded bj tbe ssso
ciation and the women wlll so,,n apply for
admlsslon to the Polo Associstlon
Tho games wlll he held exclualvely foi
women until th* fair wleldera of thc mallel
become proflclenl enough to compets wlth
the men, wii*n the men wlll be permlttedto
rntcr lnto competltlon wlth the fair sex.
Th* Kaines whlch wlll follow wlll probsbl)
be worth wltni i ? I In -'""
fatii*r wlll be pi"*'1 sgsinsl dsughter and
ulster against brother
TblS aft.-rnoon Mrs ThofflSfl Hli hcock,
Mj!,p oiestine and Miss HelCB Hit-h. ... k
and Miss Bmllj Randolpb opposed Mrs
Thomas Hsstlngs. Mrs. C C Rumsey snd
Mrs. i B. and Mrs. Howard I'hiti- The
nrai foui won by a amall margin. Only
Ave perlods were played. f.ames wlll be
played Monday. Wednesday and Fridsy.
m9Wm9mm*9m*9mmmFO\JNDED lSShlMlrWI lliPMtWjj'
MENS & BOYS'CLOTHING.HATS AFURNISHINGS
Clothes for Sports
not for men of sporty tastcs, but of sporting
Proper Norfolk Jackets?back gatbered in
witb stitcbed belt?inverted plaits at front
and back?plenty of arm freedom for golfers. Im?
ported homespuns, Tweeds. and hand-loomed Donegnk
Knickors and trouscrs to match.
Suits $22 to $30
Blazers?in all the College colors. English
printed flannels. $10
Riding Breeches in all materials from Khaki
to Fine London Gaberdines.
Golf Caps, Golf Hats. Stockings. Neckwear,
Shirts and Accessories for outdoor wear.
Astor PIac<? &l Fourth Avenue
SUBWAY AT THE DOOR-ON- BLOCK FPOM BSOODWAY
Husband of Richard Croker's
Daughter Makes No Defence.
SECOND TRIAL OF THE SUIT
Woman Testifies That She Heard
Groom Tell of $50,000 Offer
to Make No Contest.
The aecond trtal of the ?ui? brought by
Mr? Kthei croker Breen. daughter of
fiirhard e'rokrr. formerly "booo" "f Tam
many Hall. agalnat rt*r husband. .Tohn .1
B ''ii. v. as called \esterday ln the Su
pieme ??'iiirl. nnd on the wlthdrawal of
Ihe elefen.e and fhe aiatlnff of ihe onse
for the plnlntiff the uvy brought In a
\ erdict fi r Mra Brei n.
Th*- defendanl waa ln court, bul hia
reiun.iei. former Judge Olcott, announced
lhat he COUld not ro on with th'- frlal be?
eause of the abeence of hia prinripa) wit
r.o** and aaked an ad ournmenl untll Mon
[day. Francla i,. Wellman ?bjected to the
delay !n behalf of the plalnttff, ^aylhK
j thnt h?- had rnKimed paeoage to Europe
for to-morrow The courl declded that
ii ?? .,-i?e would ha\e ti. proceed, where?
upon Mr llcott. nftir . i.nsultation wlth
in<* rllent, aald lhai the defence would
withdraw. After the verdlcl waa given
Judge OlCOtl lelinoiinred that he WOUld
move to have the elefnult opened.
The. rnu,i]a never Ii\ei| tncether (,n
the first trial of the suit b) Mrfl. Breen
agalnat her huaband, formerly a groom
nnd litrr a rldlng maflter, Whom she ee
L-retly married in Jeraey Clty In Aprn.
1910, Uie- Jurj COUld not MRre.-. i n lh.it
caae Miss Maude Dlebl, <-i lelegraph oper
nte.r. of Toronto, Canada, teattfied that it
waa true that she and Breen drank to
gether and thnt ^he \lsiteei him In hin
room, bul denied tbe allegatlona made by
Mra. Breen. Tiie dental "f Miss Dlebl, a
pretty young woman, aeemed t.> Impreaa
nt least some of Ihe uiryni'-n. and they
refuaed to find that ah*- aml Kie.-n were
guilty i?f any mlaconduct Miss i>iehl has
mnrrled alnce then, and on thle accounl
she decllned to come down to New Vork
t,, be preaent at the aecond trial.
Mra. tSlisabeth J, Kinr. of Peterboro,
Ont., where Breen has ber-n llvlng, fur
nlflbed moal of the evldence yeaterday on
whlch the jury n.-ted. and whlch Involved
the ilefe-ndant nnd n new coreapondent, a
woman nomed Mra Reeee. Mra. Klng; said
?he heard Breen say he hnd no affectlon
for his wlfe and also that Mr Croker of?
fered hlm 150.000 not to contest the divorce
and thnt he refuaed lf The wltneaa quote.i
I t. bb aaylng: "When ho givea me
1100.000 I'll Hkn a ree-eipt wlth h..th hand" '
'Ihe tiiM ?in.r?s a prlvate detecttve, told
tha aame Btory ,.s e.n the flrat trlnl nboui
1 the- incldent that Involved the name ,.f
Miss Dlebl and that of Breen To this wns
ndded the teettmony "f Boberl P i.vie, u
polirrinan "f Toronto. who said he n reste-i
Miss l>;-hl and a male COmpanlon ona nlirhl
last Btimmer, and Mi?s Dlehl waa flned f- -
V |o Mra Reeee, who !s ar Engllah
woman, Mra ki-ik said tha* ?h* rented a
flat to ber. fine e-\enll'fl; Breen r-filled on
Mra Reefle, and they drank irln together
and Invtted Mis Kinp to Joln theni lf*
answer. she an'd, waa thflt Bhe dld not
drlnk, and lf she dld lt wo.ild not be
'Breen'a k'nd ' Mra, Reeae p'a\'d tbe
plano ard Breen e.ins; I.a'e- *h? wltnesa
heard th.e two ln th*> lnnm oceupled by the
Tbe COnVerSBtlon n-Muderl tn* ?'ate?nr??-,
by Breen ?H*f he had a atrtag of twenty
or thlrt ? girls In Peterhor" ' M--s Ret-je
asked to be remembered when Breen got
all hle money. The j.ej* ?jay M'e King
? ude-eyl MrS. Reefle out of her hO'Jfe
The Jury rematned out "nlv a few min?
Breen and Mlse ' roker became acQoatnt*
ed at a rldlng a<-.i1emy. where Breen ?n
employed and Miss f'roker was *_kin?;
I In horsetnanshlp They mef aften
and th" ] oung woman OCCepted the effer ef
niaTiaire. made by the riding Instructoi
They . irefully kept from M!sa '"mkar'a
fan1'!,- tbeli Ii 'ention to g?* married, and
went to Jeraey Clty, where the ceremony
was perform?'l by ? Juflflce of the POOC*
Mra Breen left her husband at onee, ,-,nd
ii*\?r Hved wlth hlm
Poi aaveral da>e aft?r th? weddmaj den al
.ih> made that the\ had 1 e?n marrl'd. and
er . n llr I OUng Vlfe BOlled fC T 1/lfOpe
Bri-en blamed bla wlfe'a famih for Inter
Ferlng, a He- *mb?r he hled ault f"r
00 "? apaiust Richard Croker and hia
?ona Rlchnrd ' roker, Jr., ard Howard
Croker, for tbe niiege.t allenatlon "f lm
PAPAL TIP IN BELL SUIT
Gift to Cardinal's Secretary Ad
duced as Sanit}' Proof.
Monaignoi McCready, poator of ihe Hol
Cross Roman Catholic < hurch, ??? a "it
nean yeaterdaj In the Bupreme < nurt in 'h?
aull whle h -Mrs Maiv e a: '.11 b.ib brought t-?
set aalde the wlll of an auni Mrs Barah
Bell alleglng thal the tesiatrix intended to
leave her tbe bulk of h<r $12.'.."-i eatate ?!
though only one-thtrd <-f the ri--?i.iu. ?
actuall] bequeathed to her. The contentlon
is ihat Mf Bell woa t m .-f aound mlnd
when ahe died, in laW, al thn a?re ,>f ., . ?
? alled to prove thal the -e?*.i a*oman waa
of ratlonal mlnd, Monalgnor McC'ready told
..f ? bleltfl he made to the hon.I Mn
H.-ll "itn t'ardlnal Loaue when th.- latter
visit-.i ihis .'iiintn. In lloi, The Cardlnol
and Mra. Bell both < am.- from I'ounty
Tyrone, Ireiand and the limei eapreaaed
ie Wlah tu talk Wlth tl" Church diRnltary
Aftei a i<>iir iiiiive-rsntii.il Mra Beii handed
a banknote n> the aecretary "i tbe cardi
nal. aaytng Hei la ti111 Aboul a. week
iat<-- the Becretary recelved ? letter tn
whlch Mrs. Bell apaloglsed i"r kimiik hlm
a |M biii and Incloeed .m-ither IH Mll The?
wltneaa aald he had long known Mra, urii
and he belleved hei to l.f aound mlnd
Wllllam K BleVln, "he e.f the- witiie-t.f.ea '
to Lha win. said Mra Bell plaeod ber maik'
on Ihe Inatrumenl whlle her hand waa '
gulde-d by EMward II Kelly, Ihe e.thei seub
acrlblng wltneaa. Dennla Qulnn, ber att-.r
ney woa ln Ibe houae, and the t^statrix
called hini t" ber and said. -Vou dldn't
especl in' to 'i" much f'.r you, dld >ou.'
But you have been more than an attorney
to me?you've been iik- a s..n te. ma \<>u
have alwaya taken .-ar.- e.f mj Intereota,
and Ihirs is your r. v.aid
Dr. Martln Barke, who attended Mrs.
Bell, aold ah< woa e.f aound mlnd.
COBWEBBY HOSE BARRED
Rcformers Want AJso Tcachers and
Pupils to Tone Down Their Attire.
! H\ Telritrarn te RW TrtbUB*.]
l Ineiiinat). May .0.-Thej low BeBCb dreOfl,
abort aleevea .en.i cobwebby Btocklnga we-re
placael under a ban by mon- than Btxty
BOdOlly promlnent women, inemhers of the
Home Cconontlca Aaao-tOtloa, whe-n at a
meetinc: ln thl? eity ^peak'-rs fldvooated a
wldeapreod 'Iress reform niovcment fe>r
aomen ond niT\*.
Chargoa wore maeie thgt tha achooigiri
of tej-elay ubes paintfl, coflmetlcs. wears
c-lotiies io achool that ?hould be wurn to
a party. an* alao tiuta flowf-r." ln her halr
'?hen atteneiliig BChOoL That the teacheta
ahould set an example tn ihe srhoolglrl
T.as als" Btrongly advocated. thal they
should, if bk ce-oary- aaerlflee iheaMetves,
| i ..I of .!re?-sin- h do BOCiety w-uiie-n
,),,,! the ihcuM dresa lo correepond wlth
ii.di- colllng. Thi one-plecc dn
fr BflverOl >earj., v.Ithout e.'.-llar, if de
-ired, Jwl M?t _t gagBife -B? S___8_t_-t___
SAYS SCOTCH WOMEN VOTE
Glasgow Official Addresses Pro
fessional Woman's League.
Wh*n Mrs Krcderlck N'athan ahowed 8
.collection of flags from th* various coun?
trles in which wom*n are sllowsd to try
thelr hand at votinp-ln a srrnll wa) or on
''b* same foottng wlth tn.ii ln the eourse
of an address heforc thc l'rofcr>?ional Wom?
an's Lragu* yeaterday afternoon h*r *\hl
bition won th* most notlceable spplausi at
an unespected point.
It was when the Osg of HcOtlsod was h*ld
up that masculln* hand rlsps csme from
the back of thr room. proceedlng evldently
from a single Indivldual, but rxpresslng
rarm f*el!ng Th* mvst*rv aurroundlng
th* Pcottlsh enthusiast WSS dsared up
wh*n Miss Anielia Suruniervill*. th* chalr
man. IntrodUCSd the n*.xt ?n*aker r-s ' Ih*
Right Honorabte Coondllor" Frank l
Cohen. who. sh* told th* audi*nce. held
| somo very lofty offke in th* <-ity of (Jlas
igow. Mr. ''ohen sdvanced to thi piatform,
brtnglng io view an unmlstsksbly Hebrew
proflle, but haatened to correcl an:
rert impression that mlgh: be glven by his
"Ts ken i'm Bcotch," h? -.u.l. with a pure
Hebrew SCCent. "I have a go nl old S Oti H
Iname. Co-hen. My faytber and mtther
| were born in Seotland. und 1 can aolemnly
Inssiire you that I am a BBember ot the ?t.
Andrew'a Boch ty."
if there remalned a doubt in any mlnd
; that the apeaker hsd a rlghl to csll hlmself
!;,. countryman of the poel Burns. whom he
| found occssion to quote more than once. it
I was quickly dlspelled,
Who hut a trii* Beoti hninn could 'ave
i hia apprectatton of the vlrtuea of the people
In that cltl everj man lives for the good
of his feUow man The city counclllora s*e
thal it la th.-ir duty io mski ihe chlhlren
Ihealthy and happy and to csn for the ln
terests of all the unfortunate si.d op
pre-red-snd, of course. they do their duty.
Thev provlde pure milk for the bsblea sl
B cent a bottle, lf their narenta can afford
to psy f"r it. and f-.r nothtng if thes csn't;
th. v have Instituted old age pensiosa and
one-cenl tramcar fare?. and hav,- glven
to th* children more than a hundred play
Moreovei ihsy permll women th* m inlcl
oal franchlse, nnd Mr. Cohen h!ms*lf ls a< -
customed ln working for the good of - ie
clty, In ? onjunction with i ommlttei i ot
These .ir- r.nlv a few of th* IhiliRs they
hsve done AH the resl Mr. Cohen would
he glsd tn tell fi* league In a "set apeech"
al any fim* they cared to appolnt. Mls
admlration for Hlasgnei is equalled only i"
ris horror at th* bsnlghted condltion of
ihe Amerlcsn mstropolla the fli ?
trnn'car fnres glv. hlm thr gl*ate?t mentsl
nn* thlng slone he hsa found to aonro-. *
that ls the Ma"-' Ma' ot Qsynor has
entertained me. ' b* ssld. "he has enter
rslned me well and I bellevi he has the
Interests of the . n ..' hesrt
oil er apeakera of the afternoon were
Mrs. Ilarrlson Oray Lsmson, Hans L
Preece, Mrs Msry ?'. g-honberg. Misa MU*
dred Ilolland and Bydi i R< nfeW
Th* aubjecti d cui ? I wer* Ihe welfar*
of , hiid cripplea thi growth of Mormon
lam. the protection of women wag* *am
ara. movtng DlctUl-B I
ptratloni of 'he re ral of Thi ??"?
T . ... ...^Kai. Bouch Whlte, a l
nf ? r'.? Call of th* ' a*-pent*r. trled to
. ? , brtefly ?-r ?? n ,- onl; t> rOUgh
aeclsllam that th* auggeel a of thoae
who hid areceded him could be csrrled out
-,.. their shna resllsed
Y. W. C. A. ART EXHIBITION
Fartory Girl's Lace Collar ?
Feature This Year
One of th* moa? bssuHful tl Inga ti the
annual exblbltlon of the art a^hooi of the
Toung Women'a r hrletlsn Assodstlon, to
b?? h*id to-niorrow nt th* sssociatlon'B
bulldlng. Ne I r_?i IMh Btreet. '.? a laoa
cdlar drslgn'd and mada r 8 glrl who ls
s*w<ng BPpUques on 'heap rurtains In a
New York fsctor for M s week Ph* was
a lareniak*r ln h*r o* n COUntr] Ireland
but when sh* ctm* lo Am*rl*a s*? could
flnd ro plac- for he' handlwork. and th*
factory ?"allow*d Buasn 'Jartlan up.
\V( qulte up I"'"'"'. Tn eplte of th*
numbing worli of |usl atltchlng awav al
eppllquee, c'usan retslni i enough smbltlon
to ent?r th* evenlng cIbbb In deaign al l
?rt ? hooi ln lMh atreet lf sh* could
mak* more original I - * f-r her lace,
sh* thought she mighi I? able to mII H
Th* - ollar of Can ckmscrosa to he al i
?. the sshlMtlon, alde bj ald# wlth l ?? di
aign drawn for II bj the mak*.. ahowa
plenty of orlglnallty and th* la.e rouldnt
be made more perfect; hul Buasn - dsya
?,. ppanl ln ihe fa. .... atill However, ia
the exhlbltlon Is yel lo op< i Ihi pu llc
haan l Been that collsr yel
Thls ls the Isrgest exblbltlon snd th* beal
that the -eho,.l has yel > ? ? Mlaa W alker.
I of tha arl classi - aald ? alerdaj
goni* fine e,,p|es of well known painllnas,
done in black and whlte are ahown b> Ihe
thlrd-yesr puplla One hj Miss Mlldre.
i 0, .:. done aftei a Troyon ti.wa
?tsndlng oul im bokl rellnt la ?en atriklng.
There sre aome charmlng deslgna In coloi
,,, Misa ''ar..! n B Msnley, daughter ol
the Interlor dei orstor of thsl nsi i?
ti, holsrshlps. as usual. ar. awarded for
ti,.. bei I work In Ihe firsl snd m.?1 ? *? -
Mtea Dorothi flchlller ls the flrst Near and
: Mlaa Henrtetts Delaeroth the aecond year
wlnner Klral year pupll w _ i honor
|abW mentlon are Mlaa Msnlej, and Mias
Kathle-n V'onte. Those who get honorable
? nirntlon for aecoi d >eai work are Mlaa
' May i. Baker and Mlai Marguerlie Tun
?., , i; 'ad.- Pardei Ihlrd yesi
! W|na tn* Marlon Jennlnga prlai Mi^
Pardee ahows. smons othet ihini , a tra
wlth sn embroidered liottom coven I
glasa an.l wlth a i irved ?.I rl n aome
i ,1,,.,.^ ,,f Italian CUI WOTk. and ti.vef
: ?f ti,? calendsr publlshed b the national
i,.,ard ofthi Bssoclatlon. Ml-s Pardee won
thc prlae oflered b) th* board for ti, |
calendar n,'.rr. ahe is also the alnnei "f
the etnbroMsry acholarshlp llonorsbla
??,,,??, jn thla dspartmenl wsa glv. n Mlaa
Oertruda fllmon and Misa Emma Gsllal e(
Mlaa M.n'i Rand I* the leacher of Ihe em
broldei i i lasa, suci sedlng Miss Man Ba on
,,,???. who retlred lasl yesr l i give her
time lo palnting.
Though tha --iiitiltiiui Isn'l until lo-mor
ro? the commsncetaenl eserclsea of th* J
asooclatlon'a BChool were held Issl even
Ing ln th* diapei ?>f tha bulldlng. Diplomsa
w?re bandsd oul bi Miss Btlnason, thi ilce
president of ths SS-OetBttoo, to aeversl hun?
dred pnplls in all Slnds -'f h.anchcs from
?rt to nurslng, Bhlrtwalsi maklng, aienog
rapby, booklaa^ptng, fsather curttng, Bng
llsh, French and ijciman
LOVESICK. TRIES SUICIDE
Athlete Uses Bullet with Probably
Fatal Eflfoct 111 Widow's Presence.
l ii\ Talagraaih i rl ? Hrl aaa l
I'levcland. Mav IB.?LOVS for Mrs. M.iude
I.cwls. twenty-four years old. S nretty
wldow. whos* aunt abjeeted to iier engag
ment. drove Alphon-e RoCSjOi uueleln, elgb
te*n, a BBSSBber Of the noted Irish-Ain. ri
can track team of Toronto, l<> ahOOl nlin
self through the risdit side at his bOCfl . I 8
_? Saranac road. ColltaWOOd early tO-day,
ln the pres*ni e of bla nwoexhenrt ll ? la
dj-lng ln r.lrnvllle Hospltal.
The bov met Mrs l.ewla shortly aftSt
cam* bsre, four niontb. ago, fiom Toronto,
and fell madly in lovs with her. He pro
paesd marrlage and was .-..icpted. but
atrenuoui obte-tlon to ths rastcl. was madi
i Mi- l_sw_.saont. Mrs. Cora Ooitseblck,
of No. ITU i_a--*. iJfi"' Btreet, Cailinwood,
l with whom tho young woman lued.
250 Beautiful Oriental Rugs;
That Were Taken in Exchange
At Prices That Mean Sensational OpportunitiesII
Persian, Turkish and Indian Weaves, Hand-Made Vegetable Dyed Rugs l
We aav exolicitlv HAND MADE, VEGETABLE DYED RliiS. beeause the prices are so remarkable,
We hav3. cl?S5 and SSrVd these rugs' also repaired them where repairs were necessary and prepared them
for thi- lale, which we anticipate will be our
Greatest Spring Offering of Oriental Rugs
aa far a> nrices are concertied Plettc notice that theae rugi will bc aold "as is/' They cttowtte re^rned
?. r cre.lit1 or rxchange-1 again for other Plft. Sutnmer homes. hotel*. instltuUoni and duhs, where Oriental
rugs of good quality are desirrd at a s.nall cost. will find in this a great opportunity.
ANTIQUE RUGS are rugs that have been used and
nated, just the same as these.
A Partial List of Room Size Persian and India Rugs persian Hall Runners
Many other piccc?, not listed. at equally Rreat r
\i. h .
B> i aple,
K * r ni?
11 __?.$ .
12 -?x<. .1
1 I.BxB s
! -' eix-.i fl
. $4-* Oi.
Kermanahah, 12 4x?. 10
Sarouk. 11.10x? 8.
Parouk. a.loxfl.B .
Mahal. 14 0x10.5 .
12 4x10 .
I 1x0. S .
11.4x3 5 .
M ti h n I.
lt .1x8.9 .
; Vame. Sixe
I Mouaoul. 9x1 9 .
i'am*l Halr. 11.8x18
I Mouaoul. 14.1x1.10 .. .
Mouaoul. 14 5x1.10 ..
1 Mouaou'. 9 4x1.9.
1 Mouaoul 9 7x2 0.
Kunllaf-n, 14 0x2.1
Mouaoul. 9.8x1.3 ....
I Kutdlatan. 11.2xl.fl ..
? Mouaoul, 16.5x1 6
j Mouaoul. 12.0x1 8
i Mouaoul, 8.7x1.1- ....
I Mouflou'. 10 8x2.0
I Mouaoul, 10.7x2.0 ....
Kurdlatar. 11x1.9 ...
Ilran. 14.2x2.1 .
j fran. 14.4x2 .
I Mouaoul. I0.flx1.10 . .
I Kurdlstan. 10.9x2 . . ,
I jlhiraa. 18x1.11 .
.. .838 00
. . .$.18.00
. $40 00
. . $45 00
. . JSIS.OO
.. 340 00
.. $35 00
. . $35.00
. $45 00
. $55 00
. $49 50
These Oriental Rugs Selected from Regular Stock
, .,_1- .... _____ t.,,- rronlar <tork several lots ol ?mal! and medium size Oriental Rugl
hia sale we offcr trom our regular *tock severa
.pecial reductions trom our rrgular price-:. as follow* ?
PERSIAN HAMADANS. KARA
BAGHS anei BELOOCHISTANS,
- Id rrgularlv hv us at these low
prices, $8, $12, $15 75;
orhtle ihev last.
'ine? of $2'*7?
S. [RANS and FERA
taken from our regular
$3175 nnd $45 rugs.
from about 4 feet
width by 7 to 9 feet
Mail oreiers filled
feet. value $75 to $Q5;
ORIENTAL RUGS, of vartoui
ktndfl atnl weaves. ino?tIy Beloo
chistant, ahout 3x5 feet: Mottsonlf,
h"th modern and anti<-|tie, about
^:.\5 lo 6 feet: Kazakjias. sizes
3 to 4 ffet in width by 5 feet in
length: -old regularly by us I
$18 to $35: 'n clean up
KIRMANSHAHS, <izes 4f,_x7 feet, ,
\alue $75 to $88: spe- j^Q ***? A
F.xtra fine [RANS and
BENDS, sizes 5 ft. x 7 eon 71
ft.. value $95; special.. ?pO?7.# ?
ROYAL BOKHARA RUGS. $ize* 3
to 3T_ ft wide by 5 ft.
length; value $65; spe
i bv cherk. We expres*
Oriental Rugs, prepaid, anywhere in the U. S^:
CROCKER KENNELS MAY GO'
Heirrss, Soon to Wed, Is Likely
to Sell Her Dogs.
?p- relegrspk ta Th* Trlbsna
San .rsneisco, M?" 2? -Miss T*nnl*
Crocksr, II ls stated to-day, has d*--tded to
diapose of h*r Woodertand k*nn*is. wiiich
Include aome of the most noted Fr?nch
b-,l!dogs and Boston terrlers ln the fntted
States Miss CreC?_f left here for the Kast
a few dars ago to mf?? Malrot.m Whttman.
her flan. e. to whom she wlll b* marrled ln
.Inl-n Cswkwsll, manager of the k*nn*!s.
refused to ,fflrm or deny the reporf that
Miss Crocker had deeldad to bsII tha dogs
before b?r niarrlag*
Mlaa i rocksr has ons hundred dogs Ths
kennels ar* the rin*et on the Paciflr l isi
and are known all over the country. Their
value has hean estlmated at fiso.rvm.
AFTER ARGENTINE TRADE
Woman Will Try to Sell Silk
Stockings in Buenos Ayres.
Mrs. Agnes L. Sa\*. of this ritv, sail*d
for Buenoa Ayres yesterdsy on the Lan.
porl & Hc.it llner Vasarl to s*il silk stock
Inga .ind corsel covera to the women of
\igentina Sh* ls th* flrst Ameiiran
woman to go into gouth America to com
pol* wlth the Engliah, 'Jerman and Fren.'h
manufacturera bul she is confident that
kii* wlll be BUCCSSSful. as the Bra7.1llans
and Argentinlsna, ?h* ?ay<s aie partlal to
Amerlca for ?l!k snd cotton goode.
\]. trip to Buenos Ayres." said Mrs.
s.?-.c 1a an experlment. if i am auccess-j
ful l ?hall eatabllsh a general eomtnarclsl
?gency In Buenos Ayrea I am taking
along onlj allk stockings and brasslers?j
thoae, you know. are i orset covers?but j
my assortmenl la a large one No. l
have nol trled lo tempf the women of
South Vmerlca with fancy colors The
ili here Informed m* thai th* women
;,,.nservstive and prsfer blsck hosiery J
l hsve taken along. howsvsr, a vsrlst) of
colora in the men's silk aocks, as l under-j
., , ,l me men don'l mlnd adorning their;
ankle i a Ith bitght < olore '
Mra Sayi epeaka gpanlsh, French and
DRINKS LIKE LYMAN ABBOTT
Roosevelt Says Story of Intem
perance Is an Infamous Lie.
ln reply t<> a r*qu.?.i from William H
Hatfleld. |r? a Iswyer. to deny a ntory
chsrgtng hlm arlth Intempersnee, Colonel
i; .? ell wrote thls letter:
r.n Route ruliman Prlvate Car Oeeanie.
My Dear Mr Hatfleld: Flrat lel m* ilank
you foi nn you hav. ?i..nc fot me. Aa for
ih.it intempersnee atory, i hsrdly knoa
\ ii. ther t.? notlce it or nol. II .isppena ihsl
i am. .is regarda llquor. en exc_edlngl>
temperste man I drlnk ahout as much as
lu. Lyman Abbotl and I aay thi:- with his
i never touch whlskey al all. and I ha\e
never drunk .. highball or a .ockiall It, my
lir* l douht ,i l drlnk a doxen toaspoon
fuls ,,f brandv ? \car. H la BUCh an in
famous lle thal it ls a little douhtiul in ,
know ivhal to do rcganllng l? r*attbnill>
",!?;. T. ROOSr-VELT
vviui in ii Hatfleld, Jr., tSsq., No. 1 Church
?tn et, Ne'A Vork
BACK FRCM STUDIES IN ROM_
Ship Brings Eight Young Women and
Delegates to Congress of Navigation.
F.lght young women who have heen
?tudytag art and muslr for fl > car in RoRM
airiv.d here ysstsrdsy on th.' Holland
Anieii<a liner Rotterdam from Rotterdam.
They went abroad scparately. but as their
BtUdlea In Rome ended slmultaneously all
airanged to com* home on the Rotterdam.
Th* \oung v.omen were Miss Mnrlan Al?
len, Of LOB Angeles; Miss Heien M. Rmil
tnn of Boston: Mlaa H B. Urlmm and
Miss Saiah HhII*>. af South Uakota; tftsa
.luliet Nelson, of Peorla, 111 ; Miss Wh_
frsd I- Taylor, of thtcago. and Miss Irma
ZlKaea, of thin cll v.
The Rotterdam also brought over thirty
delegates to the Internatlonal rongress of
Navigation. whlch opens In Phlladelphla
?n Tbursday Among them was I.-uus Per
rtrr. chlef sngdnsai of the Pu*z ."anal
SUNDAV3 NEW-YORK TRIBUNE
Mailed any/ hare in ths United Ctataa
tor l_?0 * ye?rt
and the Country
T ESS stately in its furnishing than. I
that of the Town-house may bc
the Country Home Dining Room,,
for more casual are apt to bc the
hospitable uses to which it is put,
Recourse, then, for its plenishing I
may be had to our Reproductions of I
the XVIII Century Mahogany fur-[
njture?the swell-fronted side-board,,|
the delicatc square-backed chairs, or
the round table with its tapering
legs?which owes the simplicity of
its line and the classic grace of its
detail to the impelling influence of
INCOBUa ? fl*. A T
34 and 36 West ^id Street
Between Fifth Ave. and Broadway
NEW JERSEY CENTRAL
Motive power ttiat makea poseible the
ONE HOUR AND FIFTY MINUTE SCHEDULE,
EVERY HOUR ON THE HOUR?7 a. to. to 10
p. m. and at mtdntght wlth sleepers?from Lth
erty St 10 minutes of the hour from West _3d
st. Dinin* car service De Luxe at dining hours.
YOUR WATGH IS YOUR TIME TftBLE
HARD C0AL-I6 SBOH. THE SOEfllC LUE