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Scores of Girls Ready to Wed
OVERLOOK HIS 80 YEARS
jamaica, Long Island, Man Act
ing as Agent Has Hard Time
Reading His Mail.
Many beautlful girls are among thoaa
*h? lKVe written and applied personally
TARVjri i,. Hardenbrook, ol No. ;:'3 Tul
? atreet, Jatnalca. asklng bini to pre
JJ,t them to hia aged friend wlth H.000^00
wno wlahea io roarry a twenty-year-old
lrl He has recelved lattera froru varl
ous BOlntt of the I'nlted States. written
ln rtve languagea four of whlch he can
t read. Nol a few of the lattera benr
g^scUl dellvery atampa the wrlters being
una'j!*' or unwllllng to walt tor ordlnary
aj| iellrery, fa surc are they that th<"\
hav<* ,h? partlcular charma which wlll
M\e moal attractlve to tho man wlth
,he Ug fortune.
??.My mail is cutnbered wlth hundred? o
crank lettera from persons who could
not BBOBlbly have a chance," sald Mr.
Hardenbrook yesterday. "and from otlif-rs
who *re frl*oloua and from sti'l otherB
who do nol like- this method to find a
young adfo for an aged man. Here ia
one, for Inatanoa, whu-h &impiy glvaa na
jxith; well, Uaten to it:
glr I am a girl of foiartoen, but I know
what is rlght. lt la simply a crime for
two men llke you and thla rich old friend
of yours to consplre to get n young; glri
tn marrv an old man almost rt-aoy to
atas Into hia crave. If I were of mar
rlaieable age I certalnly would not thi-ik
?*niarrvl!ig an old fossil like tluit.
n ' D. H.
?Then," aald Hardenbrook, "there aro
lattera by th*1 score from lonely girls.
r>ne ot theaa says she ls ao lonely that
Bhe would marry any one wlth money,
?xcapt "a. iilcfcer.' Blondes crt the bl<?aohe?l
Baaeaty take up much of my time wrltinr
lattera and oalllng personally. t?f course.
aajga ajaotO thelr time, as well as mlne.
for 1 would not introduce them to my
friend on any account. Hc wants a glr'.
froin his own walk of llfe. reflned and
tulfured, although she needn't have a
etnt of money."
Talephorted Undertaker by Mlstake.
On Frlday evenlng about aupper time,
grbeo Hardenbrook waa out of town. a
young woman of prepoaseiislng appearance
called hls number on the telephone
Through one of those all too famlllar
tnlatakes. the central gave her the num
bar ot a locaJ undertaker. She aaked
|f he were Mr. Hardenbrook, and. seent
lng some fun. he admltted that ho wai;.
Khe wanted a personal talk, and he askec*
b?r to call at hls (Hardenbrook's) offlce
at 8 p. m. She called at 7.
Not flnding hlm ln, she walted untll
| o'clock, when she went to his home,
teaiating that she had an nppolntment
wlth hlm. Hls family. of courae. knev,
gethlng about It, but knew he wa? ln
the city at the time she stated she had
telephoned to him. She finally agreed to
call the next morning. The undertaker
jaw Hardenbrook, and twitted hlm -lbout
the matter. Un Saturday morning eh.
called. She said she was a Southern glrl,
daughter of a planter.
"What kind of a planter is you*
father"" inquired Hardenbrook, polltely.
"He is an undertaker." she reluctantly
A palr of inseparable twins, "perfect
ti'f." write as follows:
Dear Mr. Hardenbrook: V>> are trvlns,
twentv vears, very loving. sweet dlapo
Bltlons. blond hair, blue eyes, perfect 3?,'s.
io vou know we have some shapes. \\ e
hot'e )'OU take one of ua Of c*ourse you
kno? "vou would have. lo support tlie tw,,
of is as we cannot be separate*!. wa
wlll make his fireside pleasant. \\ e are
hlghly educated, as you can BOB by thla
letter We want the man, not the money.
B. & B.
A Long Island Clty glrl incloses a pict?
ure and ls Bure sh? wlll be the one
ebeeen, for she possesses all the requlre
A friend of Hardenbrook's, seelng the
artlcles in the newspapere, write?:
Dear Dave: l've got an entry ln the
blonde handlcap that ought to cep first
money sure. She ls a cute littie filiy
twelve hands hlgh and can work in slri
gja or double iiarness. If thls santa
Claus who ls looklng for alfrau c an -how
an honest-to-goodness $8,000, thls chlcken
wlll not lose any sleep trying to c-ount
the rcBt of the 7.992.000 Iron men. If.you
can got Methusaleh to bend an oar, steer
hlm to yours truly, * ?'?
Two lettera come from a mother and
aon. The mother applles for a job as the
mllllonalr?'B wife. whlle the aon wrltes a
Btrong letter of recommendatlon for hls
A letter from a wldow is a testlmoulal
to the poBHlbtllty of an old man and a
grirl gettlng along together.
Dear Mr. Milllonalre: T am not eligible.
having a heavv growth of black hair, and
ViAtng past twenty. 'when I wa* aeven
i?en; a nelgbbor of scventy asked me to
marry him, and we wcr* unlted Ar.d.
belng both people of common sense, we
KOt along well. because he was to me as
a father. That ls apt to t>e your fate lf
you marry a young glrl: you wlll have a
chlld to brlng up. not a pal. V. aa.
A "True" Blonde Applioa.
A "descendant of Robert Vulton" write?:
D*ar Sir: When I flrst read about the
ll.iyr.ow widower I laughed; then 1.read
lt agaln and here I am: A "true blonde,
tV?Mv-flva iit mav Kound egotistical. but
thev aav I could pass for twentv.
atralght blue e>ee. ar.d a color that 1m
mv own and stavB wlth me all the time.
"ve been Ueaaed wlth a good name <a
true Sendant of Robert Fulton). edu
catlon. and altogether I m thankful for
W? these twenty-flve years. Most te
spectfully. & ?'
A Nawarh girt writes that she is not
what might be called a "ravmg" beauty.
but has been called "cute" many tlmeB,
8he l.opes Hardenbrook's friend is hal!
as nlc a' she is. aa she is very partlcu?
A .Manhattan girl deecribea boreatf ^
having all the vlrturs and attracttOM to
BBBka an tged man happy. and adds lhat
ih* - ? tha real cheeeo."
Another Waw Vork girl, who does not
I,- aapedally alow, -
Dear Hn?: I am the kid for you. If J/ou
havi K ? 10.000, why, we *-un hlt
.? j tog. th'-r ou that,
l am just ninateen und as aweel a
onoptned nui. have baael eyee and hair
and well turned anhlefl no Bllnkera a
t!i<- kneea if vou aea me you wliinui
at once." I am employed ?? a llffiffg
v Hardenbrook sios that among the
rrtvolouB appllcatlona are many from ni*.
yoi-r,^ women. He haa .>n< from '? friend,
a profH>y|.,riai rn.iii. who haa given hlm
a photograph of a glrl arha be aeya
he would lik.' to aea inarrled to a man .>f
eaalth. This is th*- only photograph
ainoiig all li<- lias reeelv.d whnh Mr.
Hardenbrook \\a> told could he repn
eaeed .f he wlahed. The >oum- weanaii
aaonsor deacrtbea hfr aa tbe ''heiidaoineBl
glrl iu Pennaylvanla" an.l her plotui-o
Bliows a fa<?'? at .'\ce,'>llonal beauty. Bjr.
Hardenbrook says she i? among thoaa l.?
has arlectad to introduce to haa a^' d
SUNDAY'S NEW YORK TRIBUNE
Mailed anywhare in tha Un.ted
?tates for %2 50 a year.
COLGATE HOYT REMARRIES
Bnnker Weds Mrs. Katherine
Sharp Cheesman in Greenwich.
Colgilte lloyt. senior member of the
banklng and brokerage tlrtn of Colgate
Hoyl A Co. NO. 68 Wall street, and di
rector In many iarge corporutlons, was
marrled on Saturday to Mrs. Katherine
Bharp Cheeaman, of N'o. in Kast Wth
street. daughter of Judge Sharp. of San
Prandaco, who dled some years ago. '
The ceremony took place at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Bdward w. Packard,
Wood Manae, Qreenwlch, t.'onn. The
Rev, l>r. K. ij. W. Meury. or (he Dutch
Reformed Cburch, of New York, per
formed the ceremony. Only Mr. Hoyt's
family and a few intlmate friends wro
Mr. and Mrs. Hoyl started on thelr
honeymoon Immediately after the wed
dlng. They wlll make their home lor the
rent of the summer at Kastover, Ojster
Hay, '.Jr. Hovt's summer place.
Mrs. lloyt was attended by Mrs. Pack?
ard, and Jamea lloyt, of Cleveland,
hrothcr of 4'olgate llo>t, aotod as best
man. Some. of those at the wedding
were Qeneral Nelaon A. Mllea, U. B. a..
retlcpd; Commodore B_ C. Benedict, Pro
feaaor Oeorge W. Klrchwey, of Columbla
University i.aw Bcbool; Mrs. Bdward
Payaon Powler, of Pelham Manor, and
Mrs. Bplckera and James Barnea, of this
Mrs. Hoyt'a flrst husband dled several
yeara ago ln San Frandaco. Mr. Ho>t's
flrel wife, Miss Uda Bberman, daughter
Of Judge <'harles Sherman, of Cleveland,
dled at Oyater Hay ln tsos. They had
four chlldren. al) of whom were present
at yeaterday'fl ceremony. They are Mlss
Annio S. lloyt. Miss EUaabetfa H. S.
Hoyt, Charles Sherman lloyt and Col?
gate Hovt. .ir.
THE $50 LOST IS FOUND
Scotch Matron Shows Philo
sophic Temper at Wharf.
Mrs. rnmoan MrWhoeble has had a blt
of trouble ln her llfe of flfty-four yoars,
and she has been able to put most ,.f lt
by wlth phlloaophy. she came in from
OlaagOW yesterday on the Anchor llner
Caledonla, with a rallroad ticket to the
Weat aad $o0 for spending money. It
w.ts all she had. The purOOT exchanged
her Engllah money during the voyage and
gave her a $f>0 MU.
When *he landed on the pler the hill
dlaappeared. Tt was lost in the boggage
section marked "W." The Wataona atid
the Wallaces. the Purdys and the Prlnglea
and all those wliose ha?gage was grouped
i loea by dropped everythlng for a wec
blt of a search. Buslness on tho pler
stopped and phllosophy _poured from
Scotch tongues as kecri eyes looked for
"Weel. the groond eud nae ha 6wal
lowed it," observed Mrs. McWheeble. "Its
a lot o* money, but l'U no worry."
"There ls nae wlnd ln Amerlca the
day," rernarked Tammas Davlaon, "or I
should say lt were blawn off the quav."
"If ye'll gle me the name and address
o' vonr relatlves in the Weal and agree
to let me hao it back wi'in a fortn'ght
I'll let ye take u flve poond note," vl
unteered Rlchard Macphee.
Tn o'er sorry fur ye wumman." in
terposed llalcoltn Campbell. "I hope ye
find the money, fur I can sympathUe wl'
ye myael'. 1 dropped a saxpence at sea
"Th-inkee." responded Mrs. McWhee
blc, "I'm not allowin' mysel' to worry.
Retter lose the money than to ha' ma
beirna ill wl" a fever."
Just then a trunk bumped up Bgalnal
the Scotch woman's umbrella, and she
opened lt to see If the rlbs had been
broken. (mt of lt fell tho $".0 blll.
TAILOR SHEARS TAILOR
Crowd Aids Injured Man in
Williamsburg Bridge Chase.
A mob of men and boya lolned yeater?
day in what tvas at flral ooppoaed to be
a thlef chase aeroaa the Rroukivn plaaa
of the Wllliarnsl.urg Hridge. Patrolman
I'app beard the rumpus and headed off
and captured Morrls Strahl, a tallor,
twepty-nlne years old. of No, SSM Thlrd
avenue, The bronx. In close pursuit of
the fugitive was Arthur Stein, also n
tailor. twenty-eight yean old, of No. .1.
South Id street, Wllliamsboag.
An i'app selaed strahl, St- in, who was
bleeding freeiy from cut.; In the fa e,
neck and ri^ht arni, collopoed. He waa
carried into the waitlng room on the
plaza, where he alleged that Strahl had
called at hls home and BOCUaod him of
knowlng the wh?-reabouts of a mlssing
relative and attaeking him with a knlfc.
Whil* Stein was telllng hls story Pa?
trolman I'app discovered that an artery
had been aovered ln BtoJn'a arm. Wlth
the aid of the leather loop and hlfl club
Papp Improviaed a tournlquet and stopped
the flovv of bloo.l. In. Blffar, who re
moved Stein to the Kastern Diatrid Iloa
pitai, ?aid the pollceman'a actlon had
probably aaved Stein s llfe.
ATTACKS TWO WITH CLUB
Mysterious Assailant Assaults
Men in Williamsburg.
Ralph Malbone, of No. 45 Taylor street.
| Willlam;-burg, was on hls way hoinc earh
j yesterday. whrn he was attaeked by a
1 strange man, who struck him on the head.
The assault occurred at Wythc avenue
and Taylor strert. Malbone dropped hv
[aenalble, but revivcd Bufflclently to stag
ger to the Clymer street polico station.
While Malbone was telllng of the attack
, to Lieutenant T.yman he collapsed. Dr,
! RelbOteln, Ol the Kast-rn Ulstrbt Ho?
i pital, found Malbone had recelved a scalp
wound and a rrocture of the akulL The
I man was rcmoved in a crillcal condition
1 to the hospltal.
, About an hour later Patrolman William
j I_ott saw John J. Thomas. of No. 2j Ilu-h
street. Btaggering along Wythe avenue,
I near Dlvlalon avenue. Thomaa told the
? patrolman he had been attaeked by a
' atrange man, who bad beaten him on the
head. The attack was made within IhrOB
' short blocks of where Malbone was as
I Thomas was gaatoted to the i>oliee s',a
I tlon. where half a dOOen BCalp woiinds
were aitiaoad by Dr. Etdbeteln. He de
Iclined to ^o to the hoapltal. and was ee-l
slstcd tv> hls home. l'rom the sliKht de- ,
Bcriptton of thelr aaaalhinl glven by both
'? Malbone and Thomaa, II ia bolleved by
Police Captain Boettler that one maa a**
tacked them both.
STRAY BULLET HITS CLERK.
Nathan Hill a clerk, of No. io. IVeat
l.'.tb atreet, was atroek ln tbe left arm by
a hullet yeaterday mornlng while walkrng
, tn Beventh avenue. between Mth and ITth
str-.ts. Tbe wound was Miperflclal. and
HIII walked tO Hellevue Hospltal, whcIC
he was attended by Dr Bryaon.
Tho pollce Beld I h< bulb-t c.me from ri
0r< ?! BC4 id.ntally by some one tt'
a tenemenl bouae ln the avenue.
Ballot Not Only Thing for Them
in New Constitution.
VITAL LABOR PROVISIONS
Six-Day Week and Eight-Hour
Day Proposed for All Wage
n.r flarenea Krile-.
Mrmt-pr Eiecutive !>,-,; 0f wotn&n's Polltl
On September .1 the voiers of Ohlo will
adopt. In whole or In part, the proposed
new constitution recommended and sub
mltted by the state Conatltutlonal Con?
vention whlch has recently adjourned
aftl r slttlriK for many we. ks.
The inatrument now under dtscuaeton ln
every i?oinmunlty, large or small, urban
or rural, in this great Bgricuttural atid
Industrial state. contalns more than forty
if adopted in toto it will. f,>r the rlral
time, glve to a state Baal of the Ml.-sls
slppl Valley a COnatltUtion almost a.
modem a.s that Of any Pacfflo state. lt
contalns no provislon for the r<-all of
Judgea cr deciakma, and its reatrictiona
upon the Inltlatlve are greatOT than ar.
found m the < onstilutions of the Facillc
states. Hut comparcd wlth that of any
Atlantle I'oast state th.- proposed consti?
tution of ohio is modern Ind.I.
Votea for women are grant?vl on tlie
same terms as to men. Wape earners
flnd in a -ingle propoeal a whole new
cbarter for tbemnelvea, for I'roposal No.
10 reads as follows:
Lawa ma) be pas3ed fixinsr and reKn
latlng tin- h.>urs of labor, eatabllsblng
a mlnlmum ?'??.?" and providlng f"r the
comfort, health, safety and general wel*
fnre of all emplov.d; atid no other pr?.
vlslon of the constitution shall Impalr or
llmlt this power.
Tf this propopal ls adop'ed. the e!t*ht
hour day for women and i hi;<lren wlll
come in Ohlo, as lt has aiready come ln
Waahlngton nnd Callfornia. The men
Who work !n mmes wlll get the .!x-day
week and the- elght*hour day.
Whether wagea are to be llaed by the
Leglalature or by a commleaion and
boarda, a* recommended by the Massa
chusctts State Commlarlon on Mir.lmum
Wages Boarda Ui not clear from the
wordlng of the propoaal. Thal wagei are
to be regulated. however, and not lefi
to the unequal bargalnlng power of tu>
llttle CHsh girl on OltC hand and tlie im-i -
chant prince on the oth-r, is tnanlfeat.
This propoaal concerna every woman in
Ohlo. For every weman buya gooda, arni
every purchas-r al ar.-s tin- X'lilt arhlch
stains the whole communlty when tlw
men, women and chlldren who mak
rociIs and diatrlbute them are pald a
waga upon whlch they cannol llva ln
health. decency and Intelllgent enjo: :n< ot
if, moreover, votea are civen to women,
it never can ! i| gain lu Ohio that
women wiii be debarred from votlng upon |
a mattet ol such vital concern t?. them
as the propoaal r.iaiitiK to labor ln this
propoaed conatltutlon of 10;:
fouid anything be more Irratlonal than
thelr dlafranchiaemenl :. :n prai I
the present occai Ion ?'
SAM, HE'S A TOWBOAT
East Side Swhnmer Tackles
Hell Gate in Harness.
Sam Plnkelman, better known to bla
cronlea as "Battllng" Bbea, becauai real
Aghtl rs are a!l "In ? ? ? ? '1 an?
other feat of awimmlng yeaterday. _ n
ls the guy WbO put th "swlm'' ln svvlm
mlng. He is the boy who awam (In the
papera) from Manhattan t-. Norton'i
Point, Coney laland. He got the flrat part
of bla 11 -1?-? .?. name from the '???:? I ? burns
his arms about wben battllng wlth ..?!
v?rse currtnt-. il- a reglai ?n). Bam
ln talklng aboul hla tt t1 t Bwlm to
coney Island yeaterdaj Bam becami ln?
volved In hu argumeni wlth four friend
TO prova hla proweea a thi only 01 1
Hebrew flah he made a bt ? thal he co
take bla four friend ln a rowboat, hai
neaa hlmaelf lo II by .1 roi ?? tled a
his body and low thi whole outfll from
Jackaon Btreel and the 1 River t"
Hell Oate. Thli la onlj ala mllea, .,
Bam'a friend accepted hla wagcr, and
tho towlng party waa ael foi yeaterda]
afternoon. Bhortly before 1 o'clock, there*
fore, Sam appeared al the Jackaon street
pler in an emerald green bathing ill
When Joe Wllllams, Oeorgi Uallagher,
??Ja'-k" Charlson and "Bamey" Bebu
mer, Bam'a frienda, had taken their
placea ln the boal and tha rope waa en
twlned aboul Bam'a wai-t the start a 1
Aftir battllng wlth the adversc '-'ir
renia for aeveral mlnutea Bam managed
to tovv the Imat IntO tl e middll <?f tbe
river, and the abora llne began to allp I
pai 1 like a movlng pl< ture fllm < rthi r
harbor crafl in the rlvei haetened to I
dodga out of the way. When Bam had
gona about a mlle a atorm crept down |
the river, maklng a choppj iea. The boal
began to take ln water and Bam'a frienda
brtfan. to get Wl t
When the water was i.-\ei wlth the
boat Bam'a friends begged him 10 deslat
Sam would nol llsten to them nntil the)
promiped to pay tha arager Then Bam
turned over on hla back and towed thi
boat to ahore, after Bwimmlng ni"r ? than
a mlle and a i . r
DETAIN A SCOTCH LASSIE
Immigration Ofticials Find Giand
mothcr Is Not Her Guardian.
BecauM h,-r grandinother ?uf- not h*r
legaJ guardian, Miss laabella McLennan,
a Bcotch ?_iri ten yeara old. wa.-: taken to
Blllfl Island yeetarilay on her arrlval
from Cllaagow on tbe Ancbor llner Cale*
The child'a parenta died several yeai
ago, and she was cared iur by ber
father'a mother, who ;;, co.npanied 1,1
to this country. The Kirl and her grand- '
mother came here to Jiv .> permanetitly
wlth tin- latter'a daughter in Feraclllf,
N. J . bui wheti the Immigration oflelala
aakad Mra McLennan for hi r documenti
nf guardtanahlp Bha explalned that ahe I
had never had any. Bha was told tbal
aifen chlldren under riiteen could not
b?- admlttod to tbla country iinleaa ac
, ninpaiiied b) a parenl or legal guardian, |
and tne granddaugbter wa.s taken t"
Th< alderl) woman wepl and tbe ehlld
wept, and altbough Mrs. McLennan was
teleas.il she ChOBB to a'lnllipany lna
beiia to tin laland II la probaUe that
both will ba releaaad to-day.
SUNUAY'S NEW YORK TRIBUNE
Mailed anywhere in tho United
States ror $2 30 a year.
ONLY RABBI UNINJURED
Broker's Wife Hurt When
Auto Skids on Merrick Road.
Morns II Rothschlld, a cotton broker,
who llveg at No. 606 Ilfth avenue, hia
wife and a party of frlends were Injured
:<st*rday afternoon In an automobile ac
cldfflt In the Merrick Road. at Hprlng
lield, l/ong island. The car skldded as
the chauffeur was attemptlng to round a
sharp curve at I'lcasant avenue, and the
<ar was overturned. AH of the party cx
eept Mr.-. Rothschlld escaped wlth sllght
Injurlea thoiigh they went to the Jemakw
Hoapltal, where they stayed for a t|me
g?tting petched up. Mrs. Rothschlld's
riRht artn was hroken, nnd ahe was Other
wls<: hurt, but It was belleved she would
bo able te leava tho hospital to-day.
ln the machlne baaida Rothschlld r.nd
hls wife wera Henry I'ohen, a rabbl uf
Qalveeton, Te?., hls wife and their daugh
ter Ruth, and Mrs. Ida Ilart, seventy
fl\e years old. the mother of Mrs. Roth?
schlld. llugo Hoffman was the chauffeur.
Thay were on thelr way to Kar Roek- j
away to vlslt frknds.
Ifra Rothochlld was ptnned to the i
?round by the top of th.- machlne an.l !
waa nol able to move untll her huabandl
and the <?liauff.-ur had llftod the ma hin*. '
Ifra. Hart was not badly hurt, but owlng
to her ag<- lt was feared tha shock mlgnt
prove sertous. Only the rabbl fell dear '
of the machlne as It went over, and the |
otht rs w-rf> aaved from belng eraehed
becauae of the heavy eonetructlon of ihe |
nivr of the car, whlch waa of the tour- ?
i'iivsi.'ians ln ?plingfleld Httended the
party, and they were taken in automo- (
bllea to lha Jamalca Hospital. The,
Cohena returned t.. th- Hotel Martlnlajua |
Wher.' they are staylng. Rothasolld
atsyed In Jamalca to ba near his nifa
Iforrla II. Rothschlld has an ofllc- at No.
n Beaver str*?< t
AUTO GETS ACCIDENT HABIT
Brooklyn Doctor Just Cant
Make His Car Behavc.
it was b bad afternoon for Dr. Wllliain
Wi Aten yesterday. He was urlv.ng lita
. .ir ln the vnlnlly nl Atlantic avenue and |
St. J.iims PUice, when he ran Into Louta
McQueen, <>f No M Atlantic avenue, i
who |a an Itallan deaplte hia lllbernlnn
name. The doctor ??.>'*. ii>at McQueenl
bad .* releed umbrella, whlch ainaahcd
thioiigh the ^.ass win.; Bhicld, and thel
? I.. tor thotlghl that tue car iiad been I
struck by llgbtnlng.
An ;injii > crowd of Italiana aurroundedj
the machlne, and Dr. Aten took McQue*
who dld nol appear to i>< Bertouely ln*
Jured, inio the toniteau and started for
the Cumberland Stre.-t Hospital. not fai
Bway. ?ui DeKalb avenue mar Waahlng
toai avenue Oeearge Betta of No. i.&5 llai
ui'ii .stie.'t. got in the way of tne car
and was knocked down. Th.- doctor
turned lha ateering wheel auddenly and |
wreehed h.s autoinohlle against a tree.
ii<- anl McQueen wera ihrown <>ut, an.l 1
Dr Aten had to call an amhulanc" to |
take the Itallan to the hoapltal, where lt
was found thai be bnd Internal injuriJ-s
and araa Miff.-ring from nerve ahoch, due
to bemg tn two ecaldenta ln such a short
BettO walked home. and so dld Dr.
Aten, B*ho llvea al No Ti Oatea avenue.
AUTO KILLS C0NTRACT0R
Hartford Man Dead and Four
Others of Family Hurt.
Hartford, i.'onn., July il P.errc A.
b i .un ... tor, of thla dty, is*
dead; h!-. wife, Mra Amanda Johnaon, haa
aeveri acalp arounda and may *li?; hia
da ighter V'lctorla fourteeu yeara old, has
a br.ik.it leg; hia h"m Walter, altven
>..i;.s old, Ini. a iuok'-n arns, an.l another
aon, Cart, aeventeen yeara oM, has mlnor
inj'iil.'S. as th.- r?-NUlt of an aulomoblla
accident i.-ar Nawlngton to-day, when
ih. itomoMli In whlch they wera r,.iing
tm ii."i turth
The machlna Bkldded on the allppery
truck an obatruetlon and then
Mi. Johnaon ?"??ia almoal
HETTY GREEN NOT THERE
May Bc Receivcd in Jersey City
Church Within Month.
Mrs. Hetty Qreen, who wa- beptlaed re
. ? nlly m tha Holy i roaa l*roi
Bplacopal Church, Jeraej <'!ty. *ii>l i.ot
appear yesterday at ti.? church to h?* cen
tiiiiu.i and recelve f^il memberahlp The!
Ui v Auguatlne Blmendorf, who beptlaed I
Mrs. Ureen, decllned to glva lnformatlon
about Mr: .ir.'.n'i church arrangementa.
i >r Elmendorf preached to ahow tiiat
tbe Chrlatlan aplrtl la on.- <.r Democratlc
.peratlon. A well Informed churchmwnl
sald It wa not usual tu i<<?lv. B in-in- '
ber into full communlon untll a month
,iit. r beptlam.
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,,?.,, juBl below arhere lha four-m hand
knot la tied. may be bought for $1 each.
. brown bamheo baaket, bam ahapod,
wlth b aquare hnadJe. may be used ror
fnilt "r for the satidwlcl.es of the out
doer lencbaon or lea party. >t coata
Il ta _
A tea set of .lapanese chlna wlth led
,in, and cftniint r*-d und green flgurc
may be bought for P. ln the set are m*
, uiis and saucers. a teapot. a sugar bowl
and a crcajuer.
A unhiue hot waler k-tUs of braaa.
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Addrese ''ullnary t'dltor, Ne? York Tribune.
.No. 134 Naaaau atreet
Thla department wlll n?it be reap-nnlWe t<r
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PICNIC PI*?Llne a deep plate or open
tart dlsh wlth pastry. F1I1 wlth a savory
mlnce made from on* pound of cold veal,
half B pound of boiled bam and IWO ????*.
wlth a seasonlnic of cliopped herbs. lemon
rlnd, grated nutineg. DOPPOr and salt.
Fut the mlxture Into the pastry llned
dlsh; WOl the edges of the crust and
cover in the OOUOl WO] , (ihi-c by bruah
Ing over wlth Ihe beaten white of an e??f*
and bake ln a moderate, oven for about
half an hour.
1CBD CHBBRT <>\KF.S. - The ma
terials nqulred ar? tw'o eggs, thelr WOlght
dn butter, BUgar and flour. reapectlrely,
an ounce of cliopped glac* crterrles and
half a teogpoonful of bakln* powder.
Two onnoaa of eonfecttoner*a augar and
a teaspoonful of orange flower water wlll
be needed for the lctng. Cream the but?
ter and sugar. add the teaten egga, then
Bhahe in gradually the Bnur, beklng pew*
der and ehoppetl cherrles. addlng, If nec
essary. a llttle mllk to brint; th' mlxture
to the proper conalatency. Bake in amall
fanej tins In a <piiek o- an for about ten
minutes. Place on a sieve to cool, tlien
Ire and place a 3inall piece of cher-y on
For the leing stft the eonfectloner*a
Misar. and itlr Into it t;.e orange flower
water, wlth enougli cold water to make
a paata whlc i can be apread. Cover the
eakea wlth the idng and ael them in a
warm nol hot place lo d
BARLBY UBMONADB.?Waah one
lar,f or two BmaH hmona, ar.d wit'.i a
Bharp anlfe iut off the peei la wafer
Uko plcc.a. ao that none of the wiilte skin
B* J-coIto Mi Vllet M?n_lng. D. n.
lc? water should not be dronk haaUly
and ln large quantllles.
Ica water should not ba portaken or
freely after great cxertion. BBhauatlOB or
whlle in a heavy persplratlon.
Ice water ahould be ImUbed w.th mod*
eratlon at meala. aa the tr.nperaturc of
the Btoteach eontenM must return to
biood baal tefore dlgeotlon and nutrlUon
Tbe datigora of the nae of ice water ln
but weather have been greatly exa*,'
nrated In the puMIc eyo by mlataklng
effect for 00080. A man or vvom.in BUf
fering from orereapooore to the ?.un.
thlrst. ar.d exhaOBttOfl dilnk- freely of Ice
water and Immediately beo.mes a vlctim
ol heal prontimilon. The bgaUader, not
|ng the Ice water Imblbed and Ignorant
of th- precedlng and deflnlta eauaaa "f
th- atta.k. attrlbotea all tha reaoltt lo
the cold water. whlch may here, la
reality. actually Boved the man'a llfe.
ln tbo modem boepttol caaaa of heat
eshauatlon wlth aleirattoo of teraperature
_,,- trcated by Ironlng the enUre body
with Ice or glring an ke ImmerBlon beth
and an enetna wlth ice water. these nieth
oda harlng been found to be the meet
efneactoea in dlffoalng and reduclng tha
hcat a-hieb la Uterally bomlng up th.
b-<dy eella ..
Ice ia one of the most vatuabU aaaeta ot
0^ phyatdan'a aitnamontartum throogh*
out th. >ear and ls tndlspensablc ln the
tn.~i.rn treatment of aummer dlaeaaea
Wlth fev.r l-et the country dOCtOT or
ti,.- tlred farmer, who with his Jadfd
horeea haa tmrelled all through the u ght
to obtaln a auppli ot tha abaenl loaurj
;,,?i noeeaalty of tha fever rictim, apeak.
Racall the ahteer of borror whlch con*
vuised the family when a brare phyalclan
rtr-.t ordered leea and Ice cream for the
tvphotd. and the, rclW wh-n twentv four
SK. Capsed after th. tooSltiS without
?ha expected demleo of the pattent
If tl^re could bc cltmtnated from Ihe
1,0,1 drlnkfl el <h" aummer all the ril
lanoua nerrlne cempoundo. all the ayit
thetlo fruit ayrupa and all the alkalolda
and ebemicala af one 8ort and another
which are retated under foncy namea
th.re would not bO found one perOM ln
one hundred thouaand actually njured
;:; t,,e u.e ot ^ rrtn***^ .ubautuf
for Bprlng ?ater, a.i loed drink.
Bu, noderatlon should obiabi ln all
lhThe**drtnklng fountain of pure iceirater
? one of the most refroahlng andiboneB*
owt of our natlonal Inatftotlono. rhe^e
trimmed wlth copper. costs <- Ti. The
.und for Ihe lamp h??ka bka llu kettle
Inverted. and there la Just a amall aper*
ture for llfhtlna the lamp and BOPpiying
air to keep the flame burnlng.
A cho.olat? aet. slmlhir to the tea net
abore deacribed, eontalntng bIb small cupa
and aancera and a chocolaU pot, alao
chlna bowla wltb red or Wuc dacora
t.ons. large anOUgb for BOrvlng balad. are
;n eents each Hmall dlshes to match for
?ardtnea or rellahea are the aama price
A slniple and attraCtlTB electric lamp.
*?ith a round bas. and a aleoder BtTOlghl
stcm of brass o< of bronze ftnlahed braaa
tt tiw Bhadee of brown bamboo im^d
witi. soft allh are H at. POr tha bronae
Bnlohod lamps a eha.io llned wtth dork
re<l Is ettractlva and for the brass lamp
a vf-iiow-llned ahade U approprtate.
Japanese mottlng bas:s in darlc color.
Wlth a dark green drawlnj? strliu? at tbo
top. ar.d J-st the right alae to can- B
plcnlc luneheon or some aewlng to bo done
on the beach, are Mi cents each.
Silk OACB or house couts for men are
eomfOftlng Ul the doj* days. They COBM
ln black. wlth a narrow Whtte strlpe or
ln cvi-ti stripes of black and v> hlte or ti.irk
blue and whlle. and OOOt to each
Smart llttle bons to add a touch of I e
eomlng color to the eollar of the summer
gOWn are tlnlahed wlth clasps of rows of
lipv iinltatlun pearls. They are H cents
Tourtsts' cases for carrying toilet requl
sltea may be bought for 46 cents They J
are rubber llned and covered wlth KJJ'
cretonne or chlntz.
Pretty handkerchlefa. with a centre of
80088 solld color. a white hem and a whlta
luJtlal ln one rormy. are _i nents eacx
Is taken wlth lt: put it into a pltcher with
. ten lumps of sugar and pour over lt a
[ quart of thin barley water, which should
I be bolling. Cover the pltchcr ar.d leaVO
I tlie ll.juld tO COOL Then add the Julce
! from the lemon--or lemons-used, taking
?are that none of the plpa fall ln. an*l
after stlrrtng the bev.-rage straln lt into
' k clean pitcher and place it on Ice untll It
WAt.Nt'T CAKB.--This cake culla for
t'-n ouncea of llne flour, half a pound of
sugar, a quarter of a pound of butter, ono
oun.e and a half ?>f drled walnuts. ono
teaspoonful of baklng powd.r, two eggs
and half a plnt of milk. B.-at the butter
and sugar to a cream, beat the (ggs wc'l
and add the milk tO them; sift the flour
and baking powder together untll they are
thoroughly* mlxed. Add half the eggs to
' the butter and sugar, and then half th"
flour, beatlng very llghtly. Now add the
reft of the eggs. flour and walnuts. Hake.
j the mlxturc ln four shallcw tlns for
, twenty mlnutes in a moderate oven. Turn
! out on B sleve to COOL Join the layers to
i gether with klng, and then ice the whol".
! Ornamcnt the top with a uttle chouped
platarhfe nut or candled frult.
! To make the lctng put the white of un
: ogg into a bowl wlth a litti.- lemon Jutea
? Slft half a pound of i onfectlonerV augnr
|and stir lt Into the egg wlth a WOOdon
j Bpoon, maklng it perfectly smooth but
' not too stiff. Sijr.au wlth a knlfe Olpped
in bolling water.
PRINCB88 POTATOBd .-fut cld
maahed potatoea into atrlpa two Inchea
long, one and a half Inchea ortda and t.alf
? un inch thtek. Bruah the s'.rfaee of each
strlp with m.ite.i butter. Bllp the strips
' ..n to a buttered pan with a knlfe and ... t
Ithem Into a hol oven for about twelva
mlnutea to brown. Berva at one.
PROVBNCALR POTATOBB Chop an
onlon no. and tr, it till ligiit brown In
h uMeepoonful of butter, Ma this wlth a
quart af maahed potatoe and ? i **on
wlth salt and pepper. Preaa Brmly mto si
Bmooth inouid thai haa been tvell out
tered. Pul the tnould Into the oven and
leava li until thi aurfaca <<f the potatoea
la browned. Then turn tiie mould oct
UPOBJ a small plat'.'i and BBTVe. ThlB la
un cxc.-llent accompanlmcnt of a ra^-iut
of cold mutton.
of a pure !ce should t ot :><* conf ised wlth
tho uie of contaminated Ice to the detri
ment of ao valuabla an o ? I
WILHELMINA IN WHITE.
The young Queen of Holland wera whlta
every day during lier recent Vt?ll *o
Paris. When Bhe arrived al the ?tat:on
and allghted from tha traln her whlta **os
tume waa brlghtened by th*: eolored ilb
' hen of the Leglon of Honor, whlch waa
utrctched acrooa her breast; her hat.
, faccd with dark velvet. was trimm" 1 Wlth
B perfect rlOt, of white feathers und
aigrett.'S, and a long white teather boj.
hung across her shoulders. On another
OCCaalon, ln threatcning Weather. she
i wore over B white costume a long ,,'old
: embroldered mantle.
Some housewlves have an Idea that
fo<ds canned at home are less likely to
produca ptomalnea than factory products,
but any producl Improperly eenned la
dangerous Whether the work wus done at
home or ln the factory. T..e houeewlfe
has the advantage, liowever, of knowing
all the truth about her own cai-.m-d Btuffa,
Whlle she di.es not know It about the
factory products. Becauae of the p WBfr '
bllity of perforatlon along the aeamg,
there Ia aomewhat moro danger of pte*
malne polaonlng from fooda put up IO
tin than from those preaerved ln glaaa.
There Is alao the danger from eontamina
tion wlth s.iis often when the contenta
are expoaed to the air without being re
moved from the can. It Is worth whlle
to remcmLcr that canncd meala and flaH
are much more likely to proJuce pto?
BaalnOB than regBtoMaa and frulta, and
to lake extra precautiotis In the caae of
LArXGUAGE OF UMBRELLA8.
There la a language of urnbrelUa as of
flowcrs. For lnstance. place your um*
brella on a rack and lt will often lndl
cate that it wlll change ownera.
To open lt qulckly ln the street mea.ie
soinebody clse's eye ls golng to be In dan?
To shut it qulckly slgnlfles that a hat
or two wlll probably be knocked off.
An umbrella carrled over a woman, the
man gctting nothing but the drtpptnge of
the raln, slgnlfles courtshlp.
When the man has the umbrella and
the woman the drlpplnga, lt indtcatee
I To swlng your umbrella over your
| shoulder slgnlfles "I am maklng a nul
I sance of myself."
I To trall your umbrella along the pave
ment means that the man bthlnd you 1b
i likely to trlp over lt.
! To carry it at right angles under > our
I arm slgnlties that an eye la to bc Injured.
I To put un alpaca umbrella by the ade
of a silk one slgnlfles "Kxi-h.inge 11 no
[ To purchase an umbrella meana "I am
To iend an umbrella meana "I am fool
To return an umbrella meana?well.
never l.ilnd what It means; nobody ever
To carry an umbrella ln a case, may
atgnlfy that It ls a shabby one.
To Rie a friend half your umbrella
meana that both of you are likely to get
To carry it from home ln the mo mng
means it wlll mool likely bc a tinc day.
Tho metal to be treated ls ttrat b'l fly
immcrscd in a boiling solution of sodlum
or potaaalllin hydrate to rcmove oil and
ureu'.e. If rusty or badly tarnished. it -a
glven the ordinary sulphuric acld p.cl.l ?.
It ls then well wa-shed ln clcan ?atcr,
preporatory to the finai treatoaent
Tho rU3tproollng eolution corsists of a
l prr cent solution of piiocphorie acid,
mlxed v. ith ci >an iron Ulnga. It la kept
at boiling- U mpeiatur.. Tne article t.? be
tioated is prepared as uescrlbed, and then
Inuneraed in the boiling solution for two
and a half to three houra. The metal wlll
then have a greenlsh-black appearance.
Dry the article and oil lt with Uaaevd or
parafnn oil. The flnal color wlll be gray
WASHING THE EYES.
In a darkmed room one can always
reat more cot.ipletelv. and thougn you
will rlahtly say that lt will be dnrk In
any caae at nlght, you must bear in
mtnd that it grows Ught cxtremely c.-ly
ln summer. On flrst waklng the ayeg
should 1-e washed out wlth a weak so?
lution of borlc acld ia small teaspoonful
to half a plnt of water). This may he
elther lukewarm or cold as preferre,;. ln
elther caae It should be applied to the
eyes wlth an eye cup. each eye be.ng
ojened and shut. whlle the cup ia held
to lt, about a doien times. Rubbing tho
. yos. a favorite practlce wlth many. not
only dlms the slght. but spoll* the beauty
?,f the eyes, and when through weakn.sa
other auae the ^ycufibes a.ihere
together on first waklng they should never
I e roughly forced apart.
The Opposing Forces Fought Like Demons?Ovsr
the Intrenchments They Shot, Stabbed and
Slashed at Each Other with
the Fury of Fiends.
The pity of it all was manifested by the shocking scene on that battle
field the next day. This hitherto quiet spot of earth was devastated aae,
covered with the slain. weltering in their own blood.
Mer. in hundreds. killed and wounded together. were piled in hideous
h.aps?some bodies. which had lain for hours under the fire of battle.
beine oerforatcd with wounds. The writhinz of the wounded beneath the
deadI moved these masses at times; while often a lifted arm or quivenng
limb told of the horrible agony which the owner suffered.
It wa- during this fearful battle that Grant sent his famous dispatch:
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