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E ?IM FOR T. I
But Mr. Nam. Merchant, Denies
Any Campaign Contribution.
COLONEL "GUESSES RIGHT"
Declares "Plenty Bad Judge"
"Ohura-Chums" with Big
Quan Tlek Sam, ?wealthy merchant ar.d
frlend of many national and local officials.
i Mt er-ee-leffe- npon a $1,000 Ba_-*a cere
nwnial um ln a blp Japanoea store at No.
?) Weat Honatoa street yeaterday araa**
I? and with a copper bull moose Ifl
n(s buttonhole damM that he had con
tributed any money to tho thlrd term
rarty. A name, however. striklngly siml
lar to hls uncomfl-Oa on<\ w.is on the list
of eontrlbutora to the oa_op__fn fuad "f
Xhei-e aeema to ba a arhole lot of thlncs
go'ng on in both national and local poll
tlrs that <J?'an Yick Nam ahsolutcly dls
ajc--OTea of. Also tli.ro are a lot of
sjoyetnenta and BuraeattoM spoken of by
rt eartaln ex.tremeiy -a-toroua man that
Mr. Nam most thnroupMy appn-ves of.
but. ali in ali. it was gathcred that the
men! mt beUerea this country had _*en
bett.r daya by far. ln ipaaklBB of the
itcall ? ( judgee ha aald:
?Tiiat's welly smnrt man etnnt of T. R.
]i ali aame* roeea ali time rlght Kveiy
Vhera had judge who no b'lonp on chair.
H? te* plenty Judge who pet whole lots
had money. Just samee llke- a one Judpe
here. He ali tlme mix up wlth Chinee
He Het hlm house plenty chock-full
costlv Chlnee ornament. He chum-chum
ali tlme alongslde hig Chinee. Ali time
Chlnee gRmbler come before him. Chlnee
gambler he no mlnd Judpe Yause Judge
him set free and go gamble 'pain. Him
plentv bad Judge and no b'lonp on chair.
Recail of Judge flne flng. Other Judpe,
him lock up Chlnee gambler ali tlme.
Melican p'lltica too plenty sttnk."
Before contlnulng Quan Ylck Nam medl
tated and tlcked out a tune with the tlps
of his very long finper nails upon the edge
of his Samsu aeat.
?Wilson man. him no good." he sald
?'Him got big scheme. Tnrf. he pl-niy Mg
man ali rlght, hut no 'lonp slde T. K
Tarf lack courage to act like T. R.. but
ali samee great. But hJm not win back
chair," shaking hls head with guch great
conviction that his llttle cap nearly tum
bled off. "Bime by Tarf he topple over
ali his votes to Wilson and mebby, p'haps
beat T. R.
Mayor Gaynor. hlm fanlt for Chlnee
gambl.np ali time. He no 'low pollcee
man po ln Chinee place lf haven't got
warrant. How can pollcee man get in
Chlnee gambling'' Vou get ln Chlnee
gambling? No. Derery he one time call
lnspector lnto hls office and beat desk
?You got to clean up distlict quick. If
police* man can't get in then you go
Chinee pamblinp and bang-bang rlght in.'
That's what Devery say. Now can pollcee
man get in Ch-BM pamhling? No.
Devery no here now and m> Judge got
him house ali chOCk Mll swell Chinee
Quan Ylck Nam lat-M issue with "Bill"
FUan for remarklnp that he> has spent a
fortum- In supporting hls party. "Mebbie,"
said he. ? ?BflT Kllnn spend whole lot
money and meol y he got some yet. T. R
him oin?ht to make *BIU' Flinn show over
ali his hooks and records and papers
Mabbtfl him spend whole lot money an>l
mebbie not ao."
.Mr Nam sald thnt he had Intimately
kaoara Thaadaaa Roosevelt ever rafaaca the
colonel waa Police ("ommissloner. He
also quietly confessed that he had fought
many arordy hattles with the Chinese both
here and in the West f'.r not appreciatlnp
T. R. as <lid he "Chinee man he no ean
tindersland T. It. Hlm too many," quoth
Whll-Quan Ylck Nam is walting for his
new BtOf* to M opened in Chinatown he
Ib makinp a llttle money on the slde ln
Wall Street, he sald.
SHOW FINE FALL APPAREL
J. M. Gidding & Co. Display
Many Parisian Models.
All of the aix spaelotia floors of the J. M
Qlddlng & Co. Hulldlng, ln Flfth avenue
at 4Sth Btreet, are requlred for their splen
dld dlspiay of neweBt fall apparel for
There la a broad and most lnterestlng
assortment of the lateet cr.-ations of the
great Parta artl^ts, and many adaptatlons
too, of their depixns made l.y our own
maatem, to ault the indlvldual style of the
A wealth of excluslve models from more
than thlrty of the most widelf recognized
of the Freneh creators makes lt peaalbl*
for practically every woman t.. lind ln
this great gathering of models one or
more that seem to have been lnspired Juat
Oo**nB and furs and MflBflM and sulta
and coats for every concelvahle moment
In a woman'a home, soclal and outdoor
life are there?all exquislte and practical?
ly defylng descriptlon by prlnted word.
One garment of whlch this house ls
maktnp u specialty thls beaaon ls the
llmousine coat. They are showlnp a large
Beleetlon of these speclal wraps that are
aultahle. too, for afternoon wear.
One, by Cberult, ls of black silk velvet.
trimmM with ermlne and draped as all
tha new coata are, to be full ln the back
between the lower line of the lilp and the
ahoulder and tlght below.
An ex.'Uisite costume hy I'aquln ls of
cream .-olored chlffon velvet embroldered
ln a delicate dealgn of wlne color and red.
Panniers are somewhat ln evldence, but
the\ hld fair to be aupersede.l by the new
drapety whlch ls all ln the back and
makes Its appcarance in coats for after?
noon and evenlnp wear as well as ln the
gowns. It makes the new allhouette very
narrow below the k&eea nnd ver>' full
DRUNKEN TRAMP AT 16
Trinity Trustee Takes Charge
of Homeless Boy.
A -ixteen-year-old boy, v. ho says he
only knows that hls name ls Frank Hast
Ings, waa ln the West Kide police court
yeaterday before Maglstrate Krotel.
charred wlth lntoxleatlon. He waa found
ln that condltlon aaleep on a hench ln
the 96th street aubway atatlon. The boy
*ae commltted to the care of Kverett J.
?Wendel. of No. 8 Eaat 88th street. who ls
a truatee of the Trlnlty Church Corpora
-peolal I'ollceman Frasure notlced the
boy. and wh.-n he awoke hlm found hlm
''' ba ni an lntoxicated condltlon. He
PliK-ed the boy under arrest. an(" teatlfled
In court that M had prevloualy found
"ttstlngi aaleep ln varlous subwuy ata
tloaa, _nd that at no tlme was the boy
*b*e -? give an account of hlxnaelf.
DANISH MINISTER SAILS
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Duveen Also
Passengers on German Liner.
[Bjt Cablo ;o The Trlburie 1
London, Oct. 2.?The White Star
steanishlp OrMDlC an.i tha North Oar*
man Lloyd itaamer KraaprfBi WH?
lielni left Southamptoii to-day for New
York. CoOfltaatfl. Hrun. the QOWly np
potntad Panish ministor to Washing
ton; -Mr. aad Mrs. Henry Duveen and
.loseph Duveen were on honrd the
Kronprlnz Wllhelm. The Duveens ar"
poing to New York for the openlng of
tliolr new nrt gallcries in November.
Among the paaflat-fari aboard the
Ocflaml- ara Piinee Braaa-xio, CBptaJfl
W. II. Harton. I.ady Bullpck, daughter
of Major F. M. Carl.-ton; Captain and
Mr.". N. S. Jarvls. Prof.-ssor Q. W.
Klrchwey, Captain R. i.i.wrcnce. Mr
and Mrs. J. H. llcCartar and W. B.
Iforaa, who said that the electlon would
not CflUM any commer. ial upheaval, be?
cause the country was in such splendld
condltlon that Um Pr.sldential election
could not prevent pmsperlty.
TEN PER1SH IN FIRE
Parents Witness Deaths of
Their Children in Quebec.
Pt. Dernard, Quebec. Oet '.'.-Ten chll
drea Were buriiad to death here to-dny.
They were the sona and daughters, rang
Ins in aa* from elghte-n months t.i flfteen
yaan, of Alexander QraveL
Cravel nnd hls wife left thdr home laat
evening. and. returninp e.-trly to-day,
found it in lanies. They were unable to
afd the children, whose dea'hs they wit
ncsscd. It Is IhOfljTht thnt nn overturn-d
lamp started the flre.
NO ST. THOMAS IMPROVEMENT
Scheme Abandoned Because of Lack
of Financial Support.
Ixmdon, Oct. 2 ? A dlspatch from Copen
lagen says that the scheme for the cn
largement of the harbor docks at St
Thomas. in the expectatlon that the open
Ing of the Panama Canal would greatly
tneraaaa the shlpping trade, has been
ahanuoned owlng to lack of financial sup?
port. only $1.'..'.-.0,000 of the $5,000,000
rraQUlred has been -abaerlhed. . .
GIVES SK1N FOR BROTHER
Girl of Twelve Saves Boy of
Four, Who Was Burned.
Surgeons at P.ellevuc Hospital grafted
five square lnches of skln from the back
of tw-lve-year-old Alico Schulboff. of No.
IBB Washington avenue. Vhe Bronx. y.s
terday BO that her brother, Wilfred, f.nir
yeara Old. mlght recover from bunis h
recelved when he fell lnto a bonllre on
August 23. At the end of the opcratlon
Dr, Camp Mld the graftlng was a success.
and that both children would leave th
hospital in a few days.
Wilfred had been ln the hospital fof
several we.ks with tums that would not
heal. and the surgeons de-lded that tbe
only way he could be eund was by gr.ift
ir.g skln from the body of a lualthy par*
son. Tues.lay night the llttle jrirl came to
the hospital and announce.i that she
wlshed to part wlth some of her skin BO
that her llttle brother mlght llve.
When told of the success of the opera
tlon Allo- laughed and sald that atM
would be glad to have given more to Wil?
fred. I'hvslcians at the hospital say thls
is the flrst case in their recolb-ctlon where
skin has heen graft-d from so yeattlg ?
SAVES WOMAN FROM RIVER
Robert Anthony, Who Has 8
Medals, Performs Again.
Kot.ert Anthony, of No. M W.st 2St!i
Btreet, who haa elght m. dals from the
t'lit-d States Yolunteer I.lfe Saving
i orps. added another rescuo to hls long
list yesterday when he sav.-d Mrs. Noia
Rellly, of No. ~.7 West 'S'.d street, from
Anthony was walklng alorig the rlv.-r
front when he cuught slght of the woman
a'-tlng ln a pecullur manner and follow-d
her. She walked out on the pler at itfd
street, and before Anthony could ffaack
her had thrown herself lnto th ? river
Anthony plnnged after her anl managed
to BShl hls way back to the pi.-r arltk
the woman. where John Kaffertv, of
No .17 7th street, Long Island Cjty, was
waiting wlth a rop*. Iloth the woman and
her rescuer were drawn up to safety.
Mrs. Kellly was taken to Hellevue Hos?
pital. She has been ill and was ralaaa d
from the hospital only three days ago.
W00S GIRL; WEDS SISTER
Rich Man at 78 Marries Fifth
Avenue Shop Girl.
Uke many a younger man, John Don
aldson Cummlna, who in his seventy
elght years haa armexed a fortune ln sec
curlties, and a tract of tlmber land in
Mlnnesota, could not make up his mlnd
tlll the last moment?and when ht; did, the
result was agalnst all rules and calcula
tions. For he courted Mlss Margaret
Nolan and married her 88?Bt*r.
Margaret Nolan was more absorl>ed ln
her rnillinery establishment than ln her
auitor; she did not aee that hls cyea
drlfted more and more to her slster, Mary
Fllen. who was a Flfth avenue ahop glrl.
and that aa he gazed on her he atroked
his long white beard reflertlvely. She saw
nothlng, for her heart, eo to upeak, was
in her mllllnery.
Tuesday night as Margaret sat down to
aa_a*-**ff the telephone rang and ahe learned
that her aged sultor waa her brother-ln
"Rlta," sald Mary Ellen over the tele?
phone, "I am Mrs. Cummlna."
Then Margaret Nolan wondered at the
ways of mankind. However. sho attended
a weddlng supper at Hhanley's and waa
lnfurmed by the newlyweds that they
would s.-il! for Europe on Saturday on
The romance began at Bea, as Mlss
Margaret Nolan and her sister were re
tuining from a wlnter sojourn ln Her
muda. Mr. Cummlns, who was on the
boat. was drawn to Mlss Margaret?at
least ao it aeiimed?rather than to her sls?
ter; he asked permlsslon to call at her
home, No. 45 East 34th street, and call he
did, not once hut many times. He made
trlps to Bflraflfl and tbe Weat, but ever
retumed to the alsters.
A week or two ago he stroked his beard
more often aml Mary Kllen began to ac
quire a trousseau. Then Father Donohue,
aaslHtant pastor of Ht Ht.phen's Itoman
Cathollc Church, _?th street and Thirrt
avenue, lecelved a call from Mr. Cum?
mlns, who Inqulred lf a speclal dlspenaa
tlon was needed for a Catbolic womati to
lft&rry outaide the fallh. He was told tl.e
marrlage would be san.tloned only If th.
liUKband agreed to brlng up the children
as CathellOB H* demurred, bul, Hfter
making Bevetal more . ulls. he gave way.
And so th.y were married, aa the atory
Husband Relents, So She ls
Permitted to Land.
ELLIS ISLAND INCIDENT
Austrian, Here Two Years,
Gives Woman Chance for
Sake of Their Children.
Joeeph Sldoafl?y, an Austrten, came to
this country |WO yeara and n half airo to
make ? homf* for the wlfe nnd two clill
dron arbon ba bad lefl in Tries*e. it waa
hard for hlta to Kain a foothold lien', nnd
then lt took B Ioiik tlrnc to aavo enough
money to pay the passtttro of the three
from tiie far-off Adrlatlo port. He hnd
snved enough by tho middie of the sum
mer Just paOflOS, however, and through a
BteaOlablp rompany purchased tlckots for
thfl lored oncs whom he hnd not BOBB ln
.'-'.> loiirs B time.
Sldorsky had beard many thlngs from
Austria wlthln a year and a half. hut ho
refbaed to beHore than. becaoas the per
sims who wrote to him failed to slgn
tbelr names to th** fflaagrOBPblfl letters.
Ho was prepored to reeelve hla wlfe nnd
thelr children without UJUBBUou, and had
lltted up a llttle home on the Kast Slde
tO which he was to take th'-m.
The famlly nrtlved last week and yea?
terday Sldorsky went to F.llis Island to
meet them as they boerded th.* ferrjrboot
Bfl aralted ? i<>iik time.
Board Starta Inquiry.
For some reason. the nuthorlt'es nn VA
lis laland had 00?M to BOOpoot that every
thintr waa not rlght, and the Board of
Bpactal Inquiry was called to sit upon tho
woman | case before ahe was admltted to
It was a hard duty for the, men oom
poslng the board, despite the faet that
many times each year they are called
.?ri to decide upon oa.sos that nre full of
pathflfi Solla flldorsky was not lncllned
to tell all that had happened since her
husband left Auiatrla, hut under close in
torrogalion sho finally admitted that an?
other man had OODM Into her !ife wlthln
the last two y.'nrs, an.l that ln Austria
there was b intie, grara the lacioory of
BThteb would clincr to ! er as |00S .'IS Me
Joaopb SMuaahj was araltlag oo_fl?e to
^re.-t his f.-iiniiy. anowara of the confoe
BtOfl that hls XXrtte had nmil". The mem
befa Of the board Stood between their
duty and a dNln.llnatlnn to make Btalfl
to the hushand the mlsstep the wlfe had
nWoiatjr BnOltjr was called and told that
Btoriea had oowaa t?. tbe aeau-i nnd th.it
the board arlebed to know his feoiinKH Ib
the ni:itter-!t dld BOl Orleh to t.-ll hlm nll
Of tjie tiuth nt flrst.
Hidorsky had li.-ard the storics. ]!<? did
not bellera them. He had loved BoflO
Hirice she VTOfl 11 llttle Klrl. and she was
now forty yeara old. Be could not brlBS
himflelf to erefl-l Bll Of the thlngs that
had b'-r'ti wiitt-n '?> him. nnd bfl would
not ref?ae to are for the bfobmui and h r
Husband Muat Know All.
And then came the ajooo-on, arould Bl
? loraky I B?Bfl thfl woman to bS008M
eharao upon tha ei mmanIty ahoold aii.>
OnfflOB to him. lt was decided that bt
should know the tr:tl..
At flrat tbfl man d.-clared that he would
Imv BOtblnO IO do wlth hla wlfe. Bfl
uould . ar. f-.r the children. of 8*0888*88,
for they arera bla ^--ii oern, bul sh-- mlght
|0 bOO- to Austria. Bfl was nsk*-d to
thlnk the matter orar to try to moke ap
Bifl mlhd to l.-i Mrs Sldorsky have a
banOfl to re.l.em the past. as BBM had
i.-.-lar.-.l thal sh" wished to do ao. Hi.l.i
.ky was s. nt tO ? 1*000 in thfl b itlding 10
thlnk lt ov.-r. and there for 8)8)008-1 bO-Tfl
B? flrreatled arlth Ihe pfoboaaB.
I>ate fflOt?T?BT aft-rnoon Sldorsky fla&d
thnt he would Kive lus wlfe a OhanOS ll
oeod her, b? raollaed thal arlth __a M
'nr away the lomptetlonfl had BOOB
greater than ahe couhl bear, arid for the
oaha of tbe ehUatreo he aroadd forgrri
GEMS BACK AFTER YEAR
Woman and Two Men Held as
Two diamond earrlngs. \altied at $1,
088, behnaajfnoj aa Mrs. Ker* oal v..n __-*?
batk, ot NO fi! Bt Nlcholaa avenue,
turned up ioatorO-j in the afeat side
?itiirt after they liad heen missing for
more than B year, and, liitlderitally. BBOBe
I good deal of liouble for three, persorn
who were h< Id without ball on a charge
of atealtns them.
Dot4TrCtlra i-"it/patri. k, of tha Weet 47th
itreel ata'tlon, told MagiHtrate Krotol that
bt rofl BO_88_o_ed oa T-aot-f to l-llon'fl
Mmnebop. al No. III TflBBth arenaaij and
(o_ad tba propatetor ni uaaaMBBiliafl with
CbarlBB J. Kush, of Me. 181 Baat 184
Btreet who waa prlclnjf th.- dlamonds
Oblcb bfl bad brovS-t in.
Kush BOtd bfl Bot UM fOBfla BrOBfl Frnncla
Pertk'en, Of BO. X,2>> Weat 4?th Btreet,
win., in turn, B?Id bfl Had jrot them frorn
IiIb mother-tn-law, Mrs Mary Monahan.
of No. 141 ffflflrl 01th atreet. The woman
first sald fhe found the dlamonda ln Ninih
avenu'-. Yteterday Bhe went to Mra. von
BurteSCh- house, where ahe tloes work.
and sald she found the Jewela on the floor
Mrs. v<m P?rbaeh was a iol_alont wit
DflflO iiMilnst the pc_ro_88_
JEWELLER HIMSELF HELD
Richman's Story of Robbery
Doesn't Satisfy Oreditors.
Magistrate lln-cn, ln the Tombs court.
hoM 0BOl80 Ilhhman, of No. 111 Seconl
avenue, y.sterday in $1,000 ball for ex
amlnatlon Saturdny on a charge of grnni
laneny growlng out of the dU-appearance
Of a QO?ntlty Of dinmonds from hla Jew
.dry store on SOptembor 18.
Richtnan was found BJOSSOd and tled ln
hls atore by a woman who OOBBBrOi hla
plnco to make a purchaae. He told het
that two men, one of whom held a gun
against him, had bnund hlm and clearie 1
.-ut hla safe, escapln;; In an HUtomobllo
in slght of several hundred persona.
On romplalnt of Solomon Sllberfeld, of
No. 35 Malden Lane, f_e_BBOn was arrest
ecl yeaterday. Hbhrnan, BflhflTfflld sald,
vlalted hlm on Heptemher 17, asstired hlm
that he had $750 on deposit ln the Mutual
Alllance Trust Company, and received 210
small dlamonds valued at $1012 50. Th?
aftidavlt went on to say that Itlrhman
dld not and could not pay for the gems.
'GATORS IN WINTER QUARTER8.
The 'gator famlly ln the N<-w York
_OOlflfljdOBl Park was BlBBOd Intioors yea?
terday because of the cold weather. Thelr
retlrement to wtritei quarters wns three
oeehfl aarttef than h year ago. The
I_ril1 liad BOOOflBfl 80 OOOd in thfl park
that thfl BBUrlana were deltghted when
DOOlfld lodoora and plaeed ln thelr lank ln
tbfl npiiie hon'... rfteani beat Ib on ln
many of the huildlngaln the park becaUBO
-( t__ nailw o?ld waa_nar*
Active in Rebellion, Washington
Believes?Many Rebels Killed.
[From The Trlbune Bureau]
Washington, Oct. 2.?Julian Irias. known
to offlcials here as a professional agltator,
who mysterlously dlsappeared from San
Joae, Costa Rlca, recently, ls belleved to
be ln Nlcaragua taklng an active part ln
the rebellion. A diapateh to the State
liepartment to-<lay Btate.1 that lt waa
thought that Irias led an attack on the
government troops near La Paz yester?
day. when 2,000 rebels were repulsed by
It was reported that many rebels wero
killed In tho battle at La Paz. The rebel
troops were from I.eon, and It is belleved
thai there was mu.-h dlaorder there last
ninht as a result of the deelsive defeat.
and that the troops may have turne.l
agalnst their leaders. General Vlquez was
ln command of the vlctorloua federal
Kefugees from Masaya report that con?
dltlons there are frlghtful and that the
inhabitanta are not only practlcally starv
Ing but are made the vlctlms of other out
ravaa by the rebels. The bombardment of
the town has ceased temporarlly, but the
sltuatlon is grave and further attacks
troafl the revolutionlsts are expected,
The State Department has recelved a
report that I'resldent Dlaz has been treat
Ing wlth (Jeneral Zeledon, tho rebel lead-r,
for hls surrender, and has offered him
humane terma. It ls belleved that the
revolutl'.n would come to an end wlth the
surretiii.r of Zeledon, although much
trouble Is expected from Irias lf lt ls tru*j
tbat hc ls in Nlcaragua.
Qanaral Asnncion Macis, who was re
garded as one of the most ahle oflleers ln
the Nlcaraguan army, was klUed i.t Jani.<
pote, according to a niessage re.-Mved by
the State Iwpartment The death of
General Arguello, a Llberal lead.r, at
Kivas last week was also reported to-.lay.
l>etermlned to prev.nt foreign lnterf-r
ence ln Central Amerlca hy cxt.-n.liiig
protectloa to fntelgnera aa well as Ainer
lcans In Nlcaragua, and at tlie su(."ges
tlon of the Nlcaraguan governr.erit. Rear
Admlral Southerland ptirposea to use hls
m?rlnes to-morrow to drlve the p'bels I
out of their fortllied pnsltlon on I'.arranc-i
Hin, lf they persist lu oMtfuettac fraa
iv.mmimlcation between the towris of H..r- I
i.ti. .1 and Managua.
Thls step has MM deci.ied on as a re?
sult of the protest of the Mrillsh Hlol t-T
al Managua tliat hls famlly, n?.w In Itar
ranca, be aaoortad to the c*pitai througk
tha rebel llnes. There la a chinee that
Zclednn, the only r< h.-l general n.w In
tb.- tl-i.l, wll! ac <pt the governrnenfs of
fer of amnesty and lay down Ma 8MM
otherwise a hostlle claah betwe.-n his
torrf. and tbe American marlne* aeeiM
niuefl'lds. Wuragua, Oct I Tbe f..r
m?r PraaldaBl of Nlcaragua, Oaaaval Ji ifi
IStrada. rea.-hed here to-day after a vl-.it
tn tl.e i'nited St.ites. He recelved 11
warm vatflflflM from large crowds whuh
gatiier.-d to arttaeaa bla artHaL Baatt ? ts
Waa iractlcallv MapaBdfld and the . Itv
took ..n a festlve ypp. ita.i'??. wlth pr>>
oaaatoaaa, baada aaal flrearaate OaBaral
i trada win leave for Maaaa*M Ifl !* taw
Pasaiiia, Oel f Ooaeral i.uis Maaa.
th* Nh-araguan rebel l.n.ler who aur
rtndered t" tha -paairlran f?ree?, was so
111 when he arrlved here last night on
board ihe crulser Clev.-lund that he wi'
taken dlr.-ct to Anc<?n Hos|i!tal, flr_***j ba
I*. conflacd ta bad.
MILK MEN FACE PRISON
Ten Dealers To Be Prosecuted
by Health Department.
Criminal action agninst tafl mllk d.-alers
ln thla clty was ordtred yesterday by
H'-aJth COinmlssl'.ner Ladarli fur vt.tla
tlona of the new mllk regulatlons of tbe
Fanttary < ?!??. Tho maxlmum penalty
for a vlolatloi: et tha code Is a line of $.'??)
..r a *..iir Ifl prlson, or both. Ample
warnlng, CommtBaloner Ixd.rle sald y.-s
terday, hud bflM given all mllk dealers.
The nanies of the dealers who will be
prosecuted Ir.Mude the folh wlng:
The Levy 1/alry Company, No. .".30 Ave?
nue A; the Llbrrman I>_lry Company,
No. M K.erum street, Brooklyn; BoOOh'a
Pona, No. 1W Mdrldg,' street, Rrookly.-i.
Kdgar Shoemaker, No. ?15 East 134th
Btraat, The Hronx; tho Idaal Lalry Com?
pany. No. 203 20th Btreet. Hruoklyn; B. EL
Marks, No. 106 Weat 46th street; J. H.
Mullor, No. ? W.-Bt 61_t street; Henry S.
i "hardavoyne, No. 40t> Court street, Urook
lyn; Ie.iac Cohen, No. 16 Moore stre.it,
B**eak_ya, and the Kdwlsleln Oalry Com?
pany, uf No. 4? Selgel Btreet, llrooklyn.
The Ccfrp-Tivtlon Counsel'a offlce will
proaecu e, It was sald, on Uh ground
that mllk taken from the buppIIob pur
Vayad by the ten dealers showi-d that It
was ethae than that apet-lli.-d ln the per
mlts wl.loh they held, and not hearing tho
ip*oHall labels for grade* men tlon ed ln
th* permlts held by tlie d.alera.
According to the mllk regulatlons, the
caps et all bottlea contalnlng Grade A
mllk shall contaln the worda "Grade A''
!n large black icttara. Capa of tha bot
tlaa contalnlng Grade H shall be white
and marked "Grade H" ln brlght green
letters In large type. Caps of all bottles
contalnlng Grade 0 mllk shall be plalnly
marked "Grudo C" and "i'or Cooklng" ln
plalnly vlalble type.
GIRL APHAS1A VICT1M
Hazel Culver Found on Door
step in Mount Vernon.
Mlss Hazel Culver, UM young woman
who mysterlously dlsappeared on Tuea
day evenlng whlle on her way to her
mother's home, at N<?. ?10 Weat If.2d
street, was found groanlng on the door
ataf of Mrs. F.llzabeth Howe'a home, No.
XI South Slxth avenue, Mount Vernon,
Hb.irily after mldnight yesterday morning.
Ac.uidlng to a eurgeon Who examlned her
Miss Culver had been stricken wlth
Mrs. Howe waa awakemd hy groana of
the young woman. She glnnced out of
her bedroom wlndow and aaw a young
aroaaaa lylng on the d-MTfltop, Hhe ran
downstalrs and called I'atrolman Helling.
who summoned a surg.-on from the Mount
Mlss Culver was told of her daughter's
whereabouts and took a traln for Mount
Vernon. It ls belleved that Mlss Culver
had walked about for miles on Tuesday
night ln a valn attempt M "nd her home,
? . .?*
8IX IN RAID NET HELD.
8ix men arrested ln a raid made Tues?
day night by Lleutenant ? oitigan's squad
on a hoube at 11-th street and l'ark ave?
nue were held ye_teiday ln the Harlem
court by Magistrate Herrmann for exam
Inatlon on Monday. Ball in each case
waa fixed at B-.MI. The raid was made,
it was sald, through a letter recelved by
Mavor Gaynor telllng of alleged gambling
in *.h* place. _
A BOON FOR THE WEARY.
The Tribune'a Room and Board
Re_iater ia for your benafit. Conault
MGDSETTE BALL AGAIN
Miss Donnelly Plans Next One
for Halloween Night.
NO MORE SPELLBIiMDING
"Our Mary" Wrought Up Over
Way Dancing Was Delayed
The Marathon qiiickstep, dance.I hy
".lohtiny" Ifayes atid other athletes and
thfir best glrls at the Bfnooattfl ball, at
the Murray Hlll Lycenm, Tuesday nlght,
wlll he repeat'd at a Bjrand Fourtet-nth
Assembly District ball that BlBfl Mary
Donnelly Intends to give Halloween nlght.
And thls ball will not, like the other
one, he prceeded and put off until mid
nlght by a four hours' polltlcal mass
rnt-'ting-not lf "Our Mary" knows It.
"Our Mary's" feellngs were so wrought
up by the way the soclal occaslon she
had work.-d so hard to arrang.' wns
selz.-d by the politlclans for their flpoO*
bindlng that oven her lntenso loyalty
to T. R. and the Uull Moos? party
couldn't keep her from letting off ln
illKn.int remarks to offlee tittaches ln
tiie intervala of glvlng reporters?at the
liull Moose state headquart'-rs, yester
day afternoon?a glowing accoiint of the
Barkus Queared the Ball.
Her remarks were BOflBOtblns like thls:
To the oiflce attaches over her shoulder:
"That Vletor Barku; BOoored my ball.
I'uttlng off tho grand march until after
mldnight! It wns working glrls and boys
that took tteheta for that ball, and they
have to get up In the mornlng."
To the roportera:
"The ball was a wonderful success.
They had to have a llttle BMO__B BfBt,
as It waa the flrst giv.n In the cam?
paign there, and Vletor Harku.s, our dls
tlngulshed candldate for the Assembly In
the 27th District, made a splendld speech.
Then everybodv etayed for the ball."
To the offlce attnchea: "And after
taklng my platform IbOOfl old polltletanfl
n.-v-r offered to help pay the hllls "
"Cbfl_p skates!" mntterod th<- attaches
-0888 of them danced in the M.-ir.i
thon, and they w-Ten't ItlBBflrfl to have it
put off until 2 o'olo.-k In the m.'ininir.
wh'-n many of the pjlria and tbfl felloara
had irorie botne.
Many complalnts were heard from thOBfl
Orhfl had put on their "glad raga" Tuesday
n ::lit and gone to the Murray Hlll Ly- j
ri-uni at 9 o'olork or IhBIBO-OMlB.
"And th.n," Baid one pretty J>-wish glrl,
who works in f?,st 2Sth street, "when we
did get to 0?0fltng tho BoOt was horrhl.
Boaaeonfl bad just throara some araa on
h'-re an-1 there, and hadn't BBMOthed >t
down, and II stuck som.thlng Bflrce."
No Fights at Next Bi!!.
M o I'onnelly says there will he no
blarnlshea llhe thal on ber Balkrween
ball x. tt ii. r will there ba any Bahta |
su.-li aa tbfl one rhat was fought Tuea- :
da) Dlcbt over the Jarlinieto Mrs. Thao- j
Oore lt". ?ev.-it Benl aa u prize for tbe
mosi araeeft- <ian< er
?s isp.-ii-ii-i Jack" M-'iee's i.'. -. a atlas
Broome, aron the Jardlnlere, and M1b? Don.
n?ll\ 1" highiv Kratltl.-d that it Bhould Bo
to Boob aa appeoprlatt pernon. Bot bm ;
r?Ki ? ts tba row. , , ?
"We had 8 htie lOTT of Jndges, she |
aald v-st-rdav. "liladaa liates, who is
ninnlns for Consresa, and Vletor Barkus
a . Ui 8. V ibi ami a, and otl ts I wns j
oofl too But every founs man thought
lits'airl was thfl preithst daucer. and
bo forth. and thov ai_ued und contra
di< ted and qoarrelled, ao I ?t ap and
madi a ai.en, and I aald To pol a
?top to thls <|UiirrelllnR ara will hav.- your
rouna ladlee dmai lots for Mrs. Rooee
velt'a prlsa ' Bo they drew lots, and it
feii to Mr BeOee'a Blece. Miss Brooma
..va- very much pleaaed. Why. that lar
dir.i.-re." said BlBfl Donnelly proudly,
?will ba an belrloom for her groat-gruno
eblldren when Bba is d< a.i."
OUR HOMICI_D_TrAJE GROWS
"Spectator" Givcs Coraparative
Figures Against United States.
In tO -_y*a laaaa of "The Spectatnr"
api aara aa artlclfl on "The BetnteiO- Bee
ord of AnaOrtnan Clttea," in arhOeh it B
BhOOro th.it the rate has Incrooaad from
an averaoa of nv t<> k?>.<?>o of pop-latton
during the tea roera anded artth BB, to
72 durlns tha ten yeara endei arlth i9H
Th.- Bastflm dtles of tha Unlted states. It
i ihoarB, oaa beoot tho towoot oawrase.
5..' to BB,8B of populatlon. while tlv
Boat-Ora cltt'-s IflBd ln thia form Of B80T
tallty, with aa averasa af s>. Thoae iig
arefl are tot Bll.
The flg-rea fornlaheo! by "The Bpeeta
t,,t" Bhear that the maaimam homtcwi"
nite In the Unlted States occurr._ lu _8T,
Um "p:uii?'" rear, arheo it attatnai to BJ
Im 108,080 Of p.'pul.itlOU.
In Maiili-iiti.n an.l The Bronx. during
th- foaro betweea iwi-'io. tho bomiel-e
rate to lOMBO of population was 5.1, flfhlla
in i->11 tuis rote bad rlaaa to BA The
reepeoliTa rntea in MeoaphB abosi tbal
tha aratama bai rtaan from 87.1 betarefla
luoi-'io, to bXi ln IB?8.
The last table ln the artlcle flhOWfl UM
comparatlve homkldo record of Kngland
and Wales with UM I'nlted AJtOtOfl f"r
tho yeara BBMB Tho llgurus ahow that
ln BOflteal und Wulea during that period
the homlcide rato to 100.000 of pOB-lattOO
was 0.!t, whllo tn tiie Dfl-tod Hiates, during
a wrreapondiiig period, the rate was BJ.
Tliejie llgu;es apply only to males
'1 ho llgur.-s for malea and fumalea dui
ing that uorlod are for Kngland un;i
Waioa U'J. and for the Unlted -tates, 4.3
Accordlng tw "Tho Hpectutor":
Tho comparlBon brlngs out ln startllng
OOntraat the dlsrogard of hunian UfS ln
tbe Unlted states at the preeent time.
Tho aublect la obviously one of tba mosi
aeiiouH Importanoe, not only to nre in?
aurance companlea hut also to th.. pubU
at large. and. grantlng the defects ln tBB
avallablfl stutl-tlca, there can be no QU?S
tlori of doubt that tho American homi
cide rate ts e-oeedln.ily hlgh and that tbe
rate is on the lnc.va-. A cond tloa of
thia klnd is not compaUbla with tbfl com?
mon aaaumptloB that actual progress is
belng made ln the Inlt-d SUtefl Ifl aJI
that ls Bummed up under the term clviu
zalion and natlonal welfare.
LOVE SPANS 40-YEAR RIFT
At 64 Man Weds Woman of 72,
His Friend of Youth.
Mark H. Woodruff, a furnlture pollsher,
alxty-fotir yeurs old, of No. 53 Harrlson
arenue, Williamsburg, started yest.-r.'.ay
wlth hls brlue. Mrs. Mary B Jon'-s. sev
enty-two years old, formerly of Hastings,
Mich., on (belr h.-ncymotm to Klorlda.
Tbe rnarrlage wai> thfl culmlnatioti of a
f-i, BO-htf started forty years ago in
Alblo-i. Mich. A quuirel parted them.
Woodruff came BOOt whlle the woman
w. nt to Hastings, where sho marrled.
Woodruff prospored ln the Kast and mar?
rled twice, both of his wlve? dying.
Itecntly Mra. Jonea. who also had been
an-rrlsd twiee, hut was a wldow, came to
I ', '.k.yii. staV.ng with frlenda ut So. 81
K__D Street Several daya ago Bho came
faV*. to fiicn wlth Woodruff on the plaaa
of the Williamsburg Hrldge. and the old
frlendshlp WBfl not only renewed, but
de ? m'i d Iflto lova. and Tuesday after?
noon the eouplfl wedded ln the presence
of h doat-n frhnds, the ceremony bein_
performed by the Kev. U. Grant_J, arren
pnator of the L'tUted CongTegatlonal
Church. ln hla luuuft, X_V.__. a?_____aaS4\
Katherine Dreier, Artist,
Wins Honors in Europe
A Stimulating Record for
Women Who Are Seek
Amerlcans, and especlally Amerlcan
women, are held ln such low esteem
abroad that it comes as an agreeable
surprlae to hear of the success ln Lelpslc
of an Amerlcan artist, Mlss Katherine S.
Dreier. The pathetlc tales told by aome
of her slsters ln art, ot dlscrlmlnatlon
agalnst them "because of sex and na
tionality" fade from the memory ln the
hour of thls woman's success. Can lt be
that those plclures were refused for other
naflOM than sex and natlonallty?
Miss Dreier has Just opened an exhlbl
tlon ln the Galerle Del Vecchlo, Lelpalc,
whlch, according to the cables, has met
wlth an enthuslastic receptlon from the
extremely critlcal crltles of that conserva
tlve clty. The collectlon of some twenty
plcture* ls made ?|ulte dlstln. tlve by the
deolctlon of aeveral American scenes.
New York Is popularly suppose.l to be so
ugly, "so commerclal," that vlsltors to
the Lelpslc gallcry are likely to get a
shock when they see thls tojyered clty
rlslng ln the mists It m New York seen
from the Jersey ahore, through an open
lng ln tho trees of some lovely garden.
It mlght well be a vtsion of some falry
clty of dreams. Such are tlie miraolos
wrought by artlsts and mlsts. Doubt
less, lt will do the German hrethren good
to see New York wrapped ln a poetie fllm,
and lt may be equally Ulumlnatlng to
some of the Jersey folk who patronlze the
tube. Artlsts are Just beglnning to "dls
cover" New York, and doubtless Lelpslc
knows lt very llttle. Mlss Dreier should
bo fhanked by both cltles.
The romantlc vlslon of New York ls
not wholly due to lmaginatlon, however.
Mlaa Dreier haa a techr.lcal Intereart in
atmospheric effect*. Thla characterlze*,
all of her aketches, such as "I>ondon ln
February, "An Outlook on Cheleea,"
"Moonlight on the Thames'' and a eym
bolic palntlng of the spirits of the deep.
Misa Dreier la not unknown to Ntw
Yorkera, even thoae beyond the exclualv.,
clrcles of art, because for years ahe was
active In soclal work. Her atster. Mlas
Mary Dreier, ls one of the most ener
getic of the women workers of the clty,
havlng figured only thls summer na a
delegate to the Bull Moose convention
It may be that the same type of min.i
which sees New York ln falry mlsta Is
necessary to tnsplre workers for aociul
upllft. At all events, factory Inspectlon
and worklng girls' budgets were not m
compatlble wlth Misa Dreler's artlstic
temperament. From her early chlldhood.
I her frlends ewT, ehe was dlvided between
f confllctlng ambitlons. She longed to be p
palnter, and a palnter she became afte.'
she succeeded ln banlshlng the dlffldetne
which a woman wlth a sense of humor
naturally teata at enterlng the llstfl wlth
Mlchael Angelo and Whistler. She was
successful In obtalnlng prlvate lessons
from the Amerlcan palnter Walter Shtr
law, who had censed to give instmctlon
publlely. After two years she recelved fl
commission to palnt the altar plece fnr
the etap*l of the St. Paul's School for
Boys. ln Garden Clty. Then she aur
rendered herself wholly to her art lnter
ests and hled herself to Europe. where
she studled in Italy. Parls, Madrld, Lon?
don, Oermany and Holland, copying the
old mastera and sittlng at the fee* of the
new on>'S. F.speclally did she berome In
terested In the art theorles of Gnstn
Ttrltsch, of Munlch. In splte of all these
Kuropean lnfluences Bhe rertalned a talnt
of Americanlsm, whlch ls her greateat
'dlstlnctlon In Munlch to-day.
Postal Card Departments
All communicationa (and they ar* welcome) ahould be made by poatal, aa faf
as it ie poaaibla.
Recipes Tested and
Atl rerlpis appearlng In theaa columni hava
'l.ev-t'i'n-asurernents are used unless otber
WThls,,*ep.rtment Wffl be Blad to answ-r any
c.illnary queatlon aabaaltlal by readers and
will buy reclpea. ??______
Address Cullnarr fMItor. Kew-York Trlbune.
N'o. 164 N'assa i atreet.
Thls departm-nt arlll not be responslble for
mannaerlpt whleli Is not awji^l ?*J
st.imp* for return. Klndlr Inelose 8**8B*B
wlth queetlens nqahtafl ?n answ-r bf letW.
V'rlte'oa only one Mle of the 88|8M?l?*
tbat name and adrtress accotnpany each item.
TOMATO iOUP.?Afl ?xeellent tomato
leup ta made arltb eorned beef llquor for
?;tock T.et the llquor get cold and re
raoro most r.f the Bat Iv-fore uslng. To a
.int raf tha stock add a plnt of water (un?
less the stock Is very salt. when more
water will be needed). a quart can of to
matoe* that have been put thraaagh the
press tn remove seeds. a generous tsble
spoonful of sugar nnd a dash of pepper
ThJeken sllghtly wlth a tablespoonful of
flotir rubbed to a cream wlth a tahle
r-pooefnl et ta\ r-movM from the Bt**,
Serve wlth crotltons. K '?
Newnrk. N. J
a tfatW way~tcTmakf totato
|AI _D -Boll. drnln and mash potatoes
in the usual way. but Instead of uslr.g
ptala cream blend a half teaspoonful of
n-fltard with the yolk of one raw egg (fOT
elght medlum *lz*- potatoes). two table
spoonfuls of butter. two of cream Utdtwo
of mllk. WMrt all together untll Ilght.
,!?n add a quarter cupful of vlnegar
from mlxed plckles. and half ^teaspoon?
ful of salt. Heat agaln untll frothy, flll
small cups or moulds and set on Ice. When
,-ea.lv to serve turn out on lndlvldual
aalad plaMa nnd garnlsh each wlth pars
!.?v and sllces of hard bolled egg. A
gratUX of onlon may be added to the
potnto ra-CtUT* lf desired. and nasturtlum
blaaaafl substltuted for the egg will add
a d.cratlve touch. M- ? s- "?
CRBA-OD LAMB AND GUF.F.N PFP
PKRS - Free a r?und snd a half of the
i ,e_*t of lamh, cut small from all OM-M*
skln nnd senr well In a hot ssuce,^
When th-> fat on lt is rendered out add a
Btje*d onlon or two nnd fry for a few
mlnutes. By thls tlm" there will be eon
?lderable fndea from the meat and onlon-.
!1T1d to thls add. llttle by llttle. a cup of
hot arater. Corn and boii atowty for ball
nn B-OT. Then add three BW**t green
HPPM cut smnll. ?nd cook Mr MfltM*
lifteen mlnutes. ThlefcM ? aa* "f mllk
wlth n henplng tablespoonful of flour. and
,f?r brlnfllng to a holl ponr it over the
;amh Cook a few mlnutes longer. and
Wrra very hot wlth Plaln bolled rlre^on
Hrooklyn, lf, T.
POTATO-M IN HALF SHKLL.-Waah
six medlum slzed potatoes. uslng avege
t ,ble bruah, nnd rut them lnto a drlpplng
pan. Pake In a hot oven for forty mln?
utes or untU BOft. Remove from the
oven cut a SatM from the top of each.
or cut Ifl two leogthwlse and sooop out
th- lm|,i? Add two tablespoonfula of
butter. from six to ten tnhjespoonfuls of
mllk and salt and pepper. Then mash,
putllnglnat the laat the whltea of two
e__s well beaten. Heflll the -klna. brush
the tops wlth egg or *Prinkle wlth grated
ebeaaa and bnke from flve to ten mlnutes
in a very hot oven.
AN ATTRAr-TIVF WAY TO SF.RVE
PAKF.D AFPLES-Paked apples are
most nppetlzlng lf they are peeled, cored |
aad atflffed wlth a mlnced mer.t mixture
before oooking. Mlnce some Fngllsh wal
BUta and mtl them wlth equal quai.tlties
of butter nnd grnnulated sugar. Stuff
the mixture lnto the cavlty left after
corlng the apples. Place them on a pie
plate that has been buttered. Prush each
apple wlth melted butter and dredge
thlckly wlth granul.ited sugar. Let them
bake untll tender and serve elther hot or
cold wlth cream. Nutmeg may also be
sprlnkled over the apples lf desired. It ls
a good plan. whlle baklng the frult to
pour a llttle hot water around lt lnto the
pan so that the drlpplng will not candy
but form a delicate syrup.
OI.D-FASHIONKD YEAST.-Have ready
a cupful of hops bolled ln a plnt of
water for flfteen mlnutea. four or flve
bolled potatoes or enough to make a plnt
when washed, one cupful of sugar, one
cupful of flour and a acant cupful of
salt, three and a half quarts of bolllng
water and one cake of the very best yeast.
The hopa should be meaaured llghtly.
Mlx the flour, augnr and.salt w"4th the
mashed potatoes. Straln th* water con?
talnlng the hopa over the mixture and
heat lt ln. Then add the reat of the boll
in* w___r- __* Uu** and a balj auarte
mentloned ln tho rer-ipe. llst of lnffredlen't
Let the whole stat.d until It ls lukewarm.
Sometlmea four quarts of watpr ara uaed.,
Dlsaolve the yeast eake ln a small quan-'
tlty of the mtxture and when It la dla
solved stlr lt Into the rest and let the
whole stand. closely covered, for twenf
four hours. Reat lt two or three times
arfaOe tt la worklng. Tt ls well to keep lt
ln a stone crock or 1ug, and during warm
weather the mlxture should be kept ln a
U.eful Household Tips
Thl? department wlll pay for ho _ehold tlpa
If found avallabie lor Ita purpoae. Addresa
"t'aeful llouaehold Tlpa Department," New
York Trlbune, No. 1*4 N'aaiau atreet.
BOFTENINQ BBOI PASTB. -A few
drops of turpentlrie wlll freshen n can of
88)00 paste which haa become oracked and
dry.-H. M. F , New York Hty.
riaEANIN'G THK PASTRY BOARD
If the paatry board becomes dlscolored
or spotted lt may be cieaned and bloached
hy ruhbing wlth a cut lemon and rlnslng
wlth clean water. The same treatment
wlll remove obstlnato spots from the top
of the kitchen table.
TO KEEP EGO Yol.ICS.-W'uen only
the whltes of eggs are to be uaed the
yolks may be kept fresh for several dsys
by leavlng them ln the shell (after th?
whltes have run out through a small
hole). W8t paper ln a llttle of the whlte
and paste It over the hole. The yolka
may thua be bolled hard. aa thelr welght
kr-eps the Bhell uprlght ln wster, or thev
may be used as degired?K. D , New York
INDE-IRLE INK OR PEN'CTfa
STAINS?To remove mdla Ink or Indel
ible pencll atalns from the handa api'lV
wood or gTain alcohol wlth a eoft brueh
or cloth. and then wash the handfl In
-a ' ?
THE DRE3SY BL0U8B.
The blouses ln laces, brocadea and ehlf
fons ar<? more th.-n tempting this year.
The walata of whlte brocade are qulte tha
rage, and qulto rightly. for they ?**e won
derfully good to look upon. To appear to
the best advantage these brocade walata
should be kept slmple. They may hav*'
the low Robesplerre collar. or the moro
recent lmportatlon, the Medlel collar,
whlch ls very stunnlng aoftened wlth
friils of !ace. The front of the blouao ts
almost hldden under the blllowy frllla of
lace whlch form the polnted Jabot; tht?
Bleeves are long, wlth the plottireatjue
laco friils falllng over the hand. Vary.
often these blouses of whlta brocade ar*
devold of any color; again, the auggeation
of color may be introduced ever ao sllght
ly In the way of plplng or ln th? buttona,
The yellow of amher is sometlmea alr.ll
f_Ity Baod ln this manner, with tbe amher
buttons as the tlnlshing touch.
Laces of every descrlptlon are uaed, but
the favorltes are the dellcate shadow
laces wlth thelr falnt tracery, the Mallne
and the Misella. There are quantltiea of
bltick Ince comblned wlth creamy tlnta
wlth excellent results. One popular model
shows a blouae of the creamy lace wlth
revers of a black Mallne lace anr. t huge
bow of black gatln dlrectly ln the front
caught wlth a Jet buckle. The metallfc
lacea are llkewlee akllfully introduced.
and qualnt blta of Orlental embroldery, or
perhaps revers or collar of brocade.
THE HANDKERCHIEF'S HI9T0RY.
Our iiandkerchlefs have an Interest
tng hlstory from' the time they are
wavlng In the sunshine aa a lot of MflOB
flax flowrrs until we meet them on Uflfl
department store rounter. After the flax.
from the tibrous stems of flrhteh the Unen
is finally woven, ls flrst picked, It ls
packed In crates and buried In watrr to
be "water retted," ao that the ftbrea
may be the more easily detached. It !s
then beaten and combed, and a klnd of
Hnen yarn ls made and woven. som. -
times In a hand loom. The tliread must
always be kept damp through all the
proceasea, ao that lt won't break, and tho
glrls who hem and embrolder the hand
kerchlefs must work ln a damp cellar, be?
cause they use auch flne thread that lt.
too, must be kept damp to prevent Ita
THE SK1RT OF THE DRE3?Y 8UIT.
The lon_. flowinB Unea of the preaent
day drapery Burely demand the traillno
?klrt. In Parla lt haa been very Benerally
adopted, but the condltlona are dlfferent
in France. Cab hire ta very reaaonaMa,
and few women of faahton ever thlnk Ot
c.illlng or attendino aocial functlons e_*
rept in the cab. In thls country tha
Amerlc-n woman la not ln favor of tha
lono aklrt for the atreet: hence the eklrt
of eren the drssay tallored flult eseapee
tha s^0U8_i,_ -??