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Light Drill for Yale Before
Game with Lafayette.
VETERANSTIE THE VARSITY
Former Harvards Also Beat
Substitutes in Hard, Fast
[n.v Telegraph to The Tribune.l
New Haven, Conn., Oct. 11-Howe or?
dered very llght work for the Tale foot?
ball squad to-day ln preparatlon for to
morrow s game wlth Lafayette. All
acrimmage work was omltted. although
the line took a short turn at charglng and
breaking through. and slgnal practice.
The second team. composed of "subs"
who are likely to get in to-morrow's
game. trailed the 'varslty ln a slmllar
slgnal drill. The long rehearsal Included
evervthlng that Yale has ln hand. It ls
thought that some of the lack of smootb
ness apparent is due to unfamllianty with
After thls drill the team was split into
aectlons. Scully taking the tackles. Mc
Devltt the guards and Howe the quarter
backs and cent*---* rornlsh will not play
to-morrow. owing to hls Injyred ankle^
Cornell will start at quarter instead. and
lt will be a good chance for the coaches
to get a Une on hls work.
I The following have been selected to start
ln tho game to-morrow: Gallauer. left
* end: Talbot. left tackle; Cooney. left
guard; Ketcham. centre; York. rlght
guard. Warren. rlght tackle; Avery. rlght
end: Cornell. quarterback; Phllbln. left
., halfback: Spalding. rlght halfback. and
Flynn. fullback. _
'Bv Telegraph to The Trlbune 1
Cambrldge. Mass.. Oct 11 -The Harvard
?varsltv team was played to a tle to-day
and the regular eubstltutes were beaten
* tev a score of ? to 3 by an eleven eom
prlsed of former 'varsity tAAFOtB. *!??
regulars had the ball on the ?*"?*?
yard Ilne once. but could batter thelr way
down the fleld no further.
The aubstitutes were easler. for after
Tom Hardwick had fumbled on hls 20
yard Ilne the heavy charges of Jack
Wendell and Don Minot were sufflclent
co tear holes ln the substltutes' Ilne.
The second team recelved the ball
twelve vards from the veterans' goal. but
could not score. although allowed twelve
- coneecutlve rushes. At the end of thls
aerlea. however. Holllster made a goal
from the fleld by a drop klck.
Two former captalns. Bob G. Flsher
and Lothrop Wlthington. played for the
reterans at rlght guard and rlght tackle
respecUvely. Both are now coachlr.g at
Harrard. as are Deary and Bud Smith,
who played the ends; Hann. left tackle;
Stow. left guard: Paul Wlthington. centre.
and Wlgglesworth. quarterback. The
backfleld Included Handy, besldes Minot
and J. Wendell.
The Une-rp agalnst Williams to-morrow
will be Weatherhead. left end; Storer.
left tackle; Pennock. left guard; Par
menter. centre; Wlthington, rlght guard;
Hltchcock, rlght tackle: Coohdge. rlght
end; Gardner, quarterback; Hardwick.
'left halfback; Wendell. rlght halfback.
and Brlckley. fullback.
Drlacoll. the rlght guard, has a bad
shoulder. and whlle Felton waa out on the
fleld to-day he wlU not play t/)-mon*ow
unless the fleld ls very dry. O'Brlen can?
not play end and 6raith ls ln the hospital
with Jaundlce. _
IBy Telegraph to Th* Trlbune]
Princeton. H. J., Oct. 11.?The Tlger
eleven took things easy to-day ln pre?
paratlon for to-morroWs football game
wlth Vlrginia Polyteohnic. An hours
llght practice at signals. with a llttle
breaking through agalnst the ?crubs, fln?
lshed the afternoon's work. Captain Pen?
dleton was not ln the llne-up to-day and
lt ls likely that he will do no niore than
atart to-morrow's game.
Cunnlngham plans to rest both Bak*r
and Pendleton whiie giving Earle Waller
hls flrst real workout of the seasoa.
The clever punter ls ln nrst-class shape
now and should be a valuable addltlon
to Prlnceton's speedy backfleld. Stewart
Baker will be ln at quarterback In place
of Emmons. whlle F. Trenkman, who has
been trled out at rlght end, will probably
aupplant Wlght ln that posltlon.
The Vlrginia. Polytechnlc squad arrlved
here to-day twenty men strong.
To-morrow's Princeton llne-up is as fol?
lows: Left end. Andrews; left tackle.
Philllps; left g44ard, Shenk; centre. Blue
thenthal; rlght guard. Logan; rlght tackle.
__ Trenkman; rlght end, F. Trenkman;
quarterback. S. Baker; left half. Pendle?
ton or BaJter; rlght half. Waller, and full?
back, De Wltt.
[By Telegraph to The Trlbun*.]
Philadelphia, Oct. IL?The Pennsyl?
vania football players were out early thla
afternoon and Andy Smith ordered that
the gatea be closed. The "secret prac?
tice" conslsted of new formatlons and
slgnal drllls and the men worked with
the forward pass untll late in the after?
The condltlon of the Injured men does
' not warra_4t thelr startlng ln the Swarth
- more game to-morrow. Crane, the for?
mer Lafayette star. who was sent to the
hospital after the Uralnus game, will not
be able to play. DUlon's ankle is not
in the beat posslble shape and Harrlng?
ton la alao on the Injured 11st Cralg
will start ln the halfback position and
Hellman wlil probably get lnto the game.
A TEST FOR DARTMOUTH
Football Game with Vermont to
Try Eleven's Skill.
[By Telegraph to The Trlbune.]
Hanover, N. H. Oct. ll.-In preparatlon
for tha gitme wlth the Unlverslty of Ver?
mont to-morrow, the Dartmouth eleven
went through a llght practice thla after?
noon. There waa no scrimmage. the tlme
belng spent in slgnal drlll and klcklng.
Curtla, Morey and Whitney got away
with come long klcka. Thls is to be the
flrat severe test for Dartmouth thls
season. Laat year tha Green sllpped away
wlth the big end of the bargain, but lt
waa only during the last minute of play
that the game waa won.
Captain Bennett ran through slgnnls
to-day, but will not start the game to
The following men will start the game
for Dartmouth: Whitney, left end; En
glehorn. left tackle; Beer, left guard;
Wbltmore, centre; Glbson, rlght guard;
Esiep. rlght tackle; Barends, rlght end;
Llewellyn, quarterback; Hogsett, left
halfback; 8now, fullback, and Morey,
Don't loa* your vota! Thia will be
an important election. if you put off
regietration you may fail to qualify.
Don't dalay. Regieter! Register to?
day. Refliatratlon plaees ara printad
in the rtew-pspert.
Sol Metzger to
See Harvard Play
8ol Metzger. former captain and head
coach <>f thr Pennsylvania football eleven,
??III see tiie Harv_rd-Wllllam- footlnall
game at Cambrldge to-day and write ?
rrltiral aual.tsls of the play for to-mor?
row'. Trlbunr. It wlll be the flntt tlme
thU >ear that lie ha. had an opportunity
to M?e the Harvard rlt-vrn lo action, and
with the his: gamea approa'-hlng hlt lm
nrrasions will be Interrstlng.
LEADS FED ON LINKS
Mrs. Lindenmeyer Retums an
MRS. ROSSIN ALSO WINNER
Captures the Gross Prize in
Women's One-Day Golf
Wlth a card of 108-20-83. Mrs. T.
Lindenmeyer, of Rlchmond County, pasily
led the fleld ln the one-day women'* golf
tournament over the llnka of the Dun
woodie Country Club yesterday. The sec?
ond net prize went to Mrs. T. H Thomas,
of Hackensack, who returned 104?15?89.
A surprise was ln sti.re for the regulars
when Mrs. A. 8. Rossln, of the Century
Club. won the gross prize, making the
round ln 93. Her card showed nothing
worse than 6s, except at the two long
holes, which cost 7 each, while the elev
enth, a matter of 270 yarda, she made in
a Une 3.
Her card read a* follows:
Out .6 B5B47466-47
In .4 8 6 4 6 6 B 6 7-4B-B8
Mra. J. 8. Irvlng, of Scarsdal*. was
awarded second gross honors, wlth a M.
The side attraction consisted ln an ap
proachlng and putting compeUtlon, whlch
flrst produced a trlple tle between Mra.
M. H. Frayne and Mlss A. Duff, both of
the home club, and Mrs F. B. Ryan, of
Cranford. On the piav-off Mrs Frayne
won, with Miss Duff second.
A special prize of a niblick waa offered
by Jack Mackie, the club's professional,
for the person takitig the greatest number
of strokes ln the bunker during this com
petition, but the comestants were not
aware of this until after they had flnlshed.
lt was then found that Mrs. F. L. Brldtje
man, of the home club, was most ln need
of thls sort of weapon, as she took no
less than six strokes in the sand.
The scores ln the handicap were as fol?
Gross. Hp. Net.
Mr*. T. I_nd?nmeyer. nichmond..lo* X 83
Mrs. A. Sv Ilos-ln, Uentuiy.m o
Mr* T. H. Thomaa. Uack. n*ack 104 II II
Mrs. J. .. Irvng, BAar******.W 7 M
Mrs. F. ?. H\an. Cr.nford.104 '4 BB
Mrs. A. I_ Cahn. Ontury.100 f 91
Mrs. A Duff, Dunwooul*.109 1*? 01
Mrs M. II Fravnt. Imr.woodie.. 100 8 f_
Mrs XV. Perry, Baltusrol. *>"? 6 92
Mlss r?. Fanellv. Knglewood.1<?? 1? M
Mi?. W, C. -hll\era, Mahopac .. 100 7 M
Mrs. N. P. Tyler, Wykagyl.115 21
Mra. J J H-mtlton. Dunwoodl* .114 18 90
Mrs C. F. I7*_tl*c?*r, Hatken
sack .100 12 ?7
Mrs W. 8. Bird, nunwood!*-.M7 9 0S
Mrs B. blm, Hollywood....107 9 I.
Mrs M. (I. McDonald. Dunwoodl*. 1" 20 lOri
Mrs y T, R_d*T-?_l r**-nwo__a.lB4 2", 1 *
Mr?. P. Alms, Dunwoc-li*.134 . 2.*. 100
The followlng romp.ted. but dld not return
cards: Mrs. J. C. Barclay. H*'Ken**-k; Mlas
O F Wood. Haykensack: Mrs XV. W. "Vatt,
Hackei-sark: _l*s Edlth Hllller, Cranford;
Mrs. Kv 3 Bayer. Deal. Mrs. H. F. Ournry.
Hackensack and Mr* XV. A. Holman, Hacken?
-. ? .. a
CROSS EASY FOR BRITTON
Leach Makes Poor Showing in
10-Round Bout at the Garden.
?lack Brltton. th* remnrkably clever
Ilghtwelght from Chlcago. had matters hls
own way In a ten-round bout wlth Leach
Cross at the St. Nlcholas Athletlc Clut*
last night. Cross showed that hls enforced
layoff haa done hlm llttle good, and there
was not a single round ln whlch he held
the advantage. In the seventh round h<*
caught Brltton with a rlght to the head,
but although the blow hurt It was too
hlgh to do any great d<*gree of harm. ani
before the round ended the same old
game of give and take was belng played,
wlth Brltton dolng aii the giving.
ln the other te-n-round bouts Pal Moore
shaded Johnny Dundee and Tommy Houck
beat "Young" Wngner easlly.
Had Craaa been aaked where Brltton
spent most of the ten rounds Taeach would
have been at a loss to answer. H* had
every reason to know that Jack was
there. At tlmes he has admitted that
"box flghtlng" was a buBlness. but this
was not one of them. In the second
round Brltton caught Cross wlth a terriflc
right on the Jaw, and Crojss was dazed at
Hm DalL As far aa the bout was ron
cernrd, the Chlcago man played with
Cross as a eat would with a mouae, and
Cross never landed ten clean punches ln
the whole bout.
School and College
Tale ra. I?fayette.New Haven
Harvard vs. William*. .Cambrld.a
"r*tia*ceton v*. Vlrglnla Poly... .Princeton
Penn. v*. Hwarthmor*.Phllaalelpbia
Dartmouth ra. Vermont.Hanover
Carllsle lndlan* ve. Byrarti**... ,f4yi_rus?
New York . nlv. va. Cornell.Ithaca
Arm* v*. Rutgrrs.Weat Polnt
Navy va. Lalalgh.Annapalla
Brown va. Wealeyan.Provldence
Penn. State vs. "***___ _ Jeff Htate C*I.
Pittsburgh v*. Knrknell.I1ltstwir.li
l rslnns ra. Gettytburg. < ollegevllle
fieor.etown va. Wash. A I.ee Waahlngton
Havrrford va. Ntevens.Hsverfor.
Amlier*t v*. Nprlngfleld T. H .. Amherst
Trlnity va. Bowdoin.Hartford
Colgate v*. Ifobart.Harnllton
Kochester vs. Harnllton.Cllnton
KOITH AND ?_f*T.
Mrglnla va. Hampden Hydney.
Vlrglnla M. I. va. Oallaniet_Lexlngton
Vanderbllt va. Roae Poly .Naabvllle
Mlnnesota vt. Nehraaka.Mlnneapolla
*>*. Uronatn vs. Arkansas.Madlaon
Mlehlgan vs. Mlehlgan "Aggloa".
Waahlngton v*. Illinols.Crb.na
Mlanouri v*. Rolla School of Mines ...
Iowa v*. Cornell.Iowa Cltv
Haakell Indlana va. Wllllam Jewel_
Kanaaa Clty, Ma.
Oberlln va. Witteaherg.OU?Ua
Ht iinui GAMES.
Commwre v*. Boy*' Hlgh.
Morris Hlgh va. New Korhelle.
Curtla va. Curtl* Evening H. -.
f'ommer.-lal v*. Manual Tra'nlng.
Poly Prep. r*. Montrlair.Poly Prep.
Adelphl v*. .reoeort.Adelphl Fleld
New Piping Rock Course a
Monument to the Sport.
The mo\*ement to revlve -raclng in New
York Btate- taken deflnite shape to-day,
when the new couiae of the Piping Kock
Raclng Association will be opened for its
three-day meeting. It Is the last word !n
the rerfection of arrangements for the
conduet of raclng for sport's sake.
Prompted by a desire to see the sport
conducted on a hlgh plane and wlthout
reference to proflts, the members of the
association have spared no expense to
make the lnltlal meeting a big success.
That thelr ef-orts will be crowned by
unqualifled success ls assured by the in?
terest shown in the meeting by persons
ln many walks of life, whose allegiar.ee
to the greatest of all sports has not
dlminlshed by the temporary suspenslon
of raclng In the state. The demand for
reservatlons has exceedeil all expecta
tlons. The list of boxholders represents
persons promlnent In soclety and busi?
ness, many of whom have taken llttle or
no interest in raclng heretofore.
One of the pertlnent featuren of the new
enterprlse ls that it has made many new
friends for raclng, whose lnfluence will
be felt in the re-establlshment of tlie
Not alone have they shown tlielr In?
terest by patronlzin-; the meeting. but
many of them have purchased horses,
and their colors will be seen for the tirst
tlme at the meeting. That thelr Interest
is not a passlng whim ls Bhown by the
fact that many of them are Bubscrlbers
for a renewal of the meeting next year.
The horsemen have done thelr part no
bly, the number of entrles recelved for
the three-day meeting far exceedlng any?
thlng ever known ln the past history of
raclng, either professlonal or amateur.
The entry 11st shows not only the best
of the horses known to amateur raclng,
but the best steeplechasers ln the coun?
The army wlU be well represented at
the meeting. There are two races ex
cluslvely f4 r army horses. and anotht-r
ln whlch they may partlcipate. An -even
dozen horses owned by army ofTU-er.-i
reached Belmont Park yesterday morn?
ing. Thelr Innlng t4>-day will be ln the
offlcers' army service cup, a flat race at
one mlle. Thls will be run through the
courtesy of the Saratog.-*, Raclng Associa?
tion. where it was Insiltuted two yeara
Other ars-vals at Belmont Park were M.
Daly and N. K. Beal. wlth several ateeple
Special trains will be run from Man?
hattan and Hrooklyn The track ls -tttlg
more than a mlle from I-ocust \ alley.
and arrangements have been rnade Wt
ample accommodatlons between the ata?
tlon ar.d the track.
YALE DROPS OUT OF RACE
Rcsigns Place in Intercollegiate
Yale offlclally reslgned from tiie Inter
eolleglate Basketball League at a meeting
of that body held at the Hotel Imperial
last nlght. The reason given was that a
complete readjustment of minor sports at
New Haven made It neeeeeary.
Yale will play inter<-o'legiate games thla
wlnter. but will not enter the league race
The E-ts flnlshed next to last ln tho
HU-1J league a-eries.
No new college was admltted to m?m
bership ln Yale's place. but Dartmouth
was given full standlng. wlth a plai-e on
the executlve commlttee. Columbia. Penn?
sylvania, 4'ornell, Princeton snd Dart?
mouth will compose the league
R. B. Hyatt. of Yale. reslgned as pres?
ident. and Dr. J. E. Roycroft. of Prince?
ton. was elected to aucceed hlm. C W.
(-uthel, of I'olumbla; Professor C V. P.
Young. of Cornell; R Morgan. of Penn
sylvanla. and .1. G. Gannon, of Dartmoth,
will be the othtr members of the oxeeu
tive commitue. a atmrixAe ot games vaa
made up but not fully approved, awalting
aition by the college facultlea.
The members present w?-r? C. W. FTvans,
of Yale; L. W. Doollttlo, Yale; W. I,
Mirkll. Pennsylvania; A. H. Kohlbusch,
Columbia; .1. O. Cannon. Dartmouth; C.
V. P. Young, Cornell; G. W. Hockwell,
Cornell; J. G. Nelson, Dartmouth; J. 8.
Jarvls. Princeton: J. E. Roycrotf, Prince?
ton; E. Parker, Pennsylvania; R. B.
Hyatt, Yale; P. Morgan. Pennsylvania,
and H. A. Flsher, folumbla.
TARS TO FLOCK TO ARENA
Big Demand for fleats to See
Navy Ohampions Box.
lt may be Impossible to MNMNfcN
all the Jackles who wish to attend the
boxlng earnlval at Madison Square Gar?
den next Monday nlght. Of the flfty
thousand or more sallora aboard the fleet
now ln the Hudson Rlver the majorlty are
keenly Interested ln the outcome of one
or all of the champlonshlp bouts. Bllly
Glbaon expecta to flnd room for between
10,000 and 1(5,000 />pectators, and alteady
Ihere has been a big demand tor seats.
Phll Schlossoerg, the navy'e heavywelghf
champlon, has defeated men of prom
Inence outslde as well as In the navy. On
the other hand, those who have seen Tlm
I/ogan ln action derlare lhat Schlossber4T
Is In for a rough voyage. I.ogan swlngs
hls hammock ln the battleshlp Connectl?
The New Ilampslilre tars are alsogreat
ly Interested In Jlmmy Galvln, who meets
Tommy Teague, of the Mlehigan, In an?
other ton-round go. The Klorlda's boys
are convlnced that Bllly Shevlin will be
able to defond successfully hls llghtwelght
tltle agalnst the asplratlona of Andy Klng,
of the Arkansas.
BOCCER COACH FOR COLUMBIA.
Francls Taber. of thls clty, has been
fngaged to coach the Columbia aoTer
team for the comlng season Mr. Taber
Is a veteran player and waa among the
flrat to Introduce the game of soccer Into
thls part of the country. Besldes working
wlth the squad for the autumn games,
be wlil act as 'coach ln the sprlng and
prepare the team for the lntercolleglate
For the last two years Columbia has
:ried to get along wlthout regular coaeh
ng at soccer. and has consequently fallen
from flrst place ln the league standlng tu
lear the bottom. but there seems to be
denty of materlal at Columbia. and
raber hopes to bulld up a strong team.
??EFE*REE AGAINST 'TOD" 8LOANE
The referee ln the -ilvorce sult of
VIrs Julla Sanderson Sloane, an actress,
or a divorce from James Todhunter
sloane, who, as "Tod" Sloane, was one of
he leading Jotkeys in this country and
England several years ago. has flled hla
eport. recommendlng a decree for the
vlfe Sloane has flled exceptiona.
. m 11
Can't Vote, but Can See to It
That the Men Do.
A- new deflnitlon of woman's sphere
was born In the storm and stress of a
Republican rally yesterday.
"Have you men all reglstered?"
"Yep," sang one audaclous youth In
the front row. The other men looked
foolish and sald nothlng. A few aro-*e
and left the hali-doubtless to fulfll thelr
'?Hurnph!" sald Mlss Helen Varlek Bos
well, who was the speaker. "l'm ashamed
of vou. Hut perhnps thls will show you
what we women are for. It ls woman's
mlssion to attend to the things you men
forget. Women can't vote In this state
y.t, but we can see to it that the men
do. Now, I want every one of you to
l-Klster this very day, before you go to
thi*. ball game; then. when Novemb-r
comes you won't be prevented from
<H-tlng your vote for the safest. sam-st.
WlemB man we ever had for President,
Wllllam Howard Taft!"
It was "ladles* <l.iy" at the headquar
tara ol the fomtnerclal Travellers' Hound
Money league of the L'nlted States, at
No. tti Broadway. Miss Helen Varick
Boswell presided over the noon meeting,
pnd on the piatform were some twenty
proud, patriotlc women, connlng thelr
notes, whlle the band banged out invlta?
tion to the Broadway pedestrians.
Mrs. Nelson Herrlck Henry, who wns
chairman of the woman's Titanic rellef
commlttee last sprlng and is now one
of the organlsed women workers for the
Republican campaign. was the first
speaker. She was armed with thes.r
"don'ts for voters":
Doa'l sul-stltute treason for reason
Don't confuse vindh tive speech wlth
'?f)on't exchange sane regulation for in
sane revojutlon. __.._
Dont forget Republican success spells
victorv fo: 111 the people without distlnc
tlon of race or creed.
Don't Interrunt the wage earners on
pn'sperity's hlgh road. .?_i
DoVt trust a tlnk-rer wlth the tariff
Don't meddle wlth the Constitution. Jef?
ferson and Washington would not ap
PDont fall to follow the leader the ln
vlnclble Republican, Wllllam Howard
Taft. President of the TTnlted Statea.
The herolne of the occaslon was Mra
Mabel McKinley Baer. a nlece of Presi?
dent McKinley. Kverybody rose when she
wns Introduced. the band played "The
Ptar Spangled Banner." and above tho
chorus of tnanly voicea was heard a
strong soprano, the vvilce of MabH Mc
Klnley, as she ls known on the stage.
?I never had anythlng to do wlth poll?
tlcs before." she sald. "but I llke lt very
much. ao, as I can't make you a speech,
2*11 slng yen a llttle song:
Oood old Honest Blll.
1[o*? the Blll to itart each mlll,
And -.VII have hlm. Yep. we will.
11.11 get In f"r the ntxl four y?-ar?
I et'i all glv hlm three hearty choere.
B-I-ilouble Ia? Blll.
Taft'? no counterfelt Blll.
Colonal la "in tha Soup."
Mrs. John Francls Vawger charmed the
offlce boys wlth her chol-e assortment
of funr.y etorles and eplgrams
"Theie ts a gentlctnan VhOM name I
thlnk perhaps some of you could giiess.
It used to be ln the headllnes, but It
Isn't any more. He's the man who thlnks
he's In the' swlm and he's really ln th*
soup. Really. about all I can say ?f the
thlrd term candidate ls what the colored
person sald tt his departed brother. 'Wall,
bruvvers. all I kin say of Samuel am, we
all hope he's gone where we know he
The followers of the lnaurgent can?
dldate have heen swept off thelr feet.
Tney don't remember historlcal prece
di-nt. Th*? flrst lnsurgent, however, was
the one who was helped over heaven's
hlKh wall, and has gone about stlrrlng
up trouble down here ever since."
Besldes the speakera and the mere man
on the platform were Mrs. Roy E. Fletch?
er. Mrs. I.. XV. Gay. Mrs. Harry Kraft,
Mrs. F. G. Anman. Mrs. C. N. Wllllarns.
Mrs Samuel 8. Ko.-nlg. Mrs. Horaee
Greeley Hart. Mrs. D. N. I*os* MacDon
ald, Mls* A. M. Turnbull, Mrs. Frederlck
I. Marshall. Mrs. Harry Blaff and Mfs.
Dinner Speakers Not in Accord
on National Policy.
Mrs. Harrlot Stanton Blatch sat in mo
mentary expectation of seelng the fur fly.
lt wa.s not a harmony dlnner?not by a
long siiot-that polltlcal symposlum whlch
Mrs. Blatch arranged last night at the
Hotel Astor for the purpose of showing
the political partles that the women suf?
fraglsts meant business in 1915.
On Mrs. Blatchs left hand sat Miss
Helen Varlck Boswell, who, when 'her
time came. told the women how much the
Republican party had done for women.
"The thlrd term party thinks lt has a
corner on soclal Justice:" she crled.
Yes, there were actually hlsses from
the back of the room, but Mlss Boswell,
who has been ln politics since 1892, doesn t
"We belleve," she sald, "that when thls
llttle flury ls over the thlrd term's great?
eat clalm to a notlce on hlstory's book
wlll be that Jane Addams belonged to lt."
Ktglit on top of Mlss Boswell's speech
came Mrs. John Rogers, begglng the
women not to put thelr falth ln any
party, and Mla* Boswell got redder and
redder. Mlss Addams, beslde her, got
paler and paler with suppreesed feeling,
whlle the Mooaette ladle*. who had hlssed
before, muttered "Isn't that the llmlt.'"
"In 19W Mrs. Rogers sald, "we shall
need the vote of ekery man, no matter
how queer he ts. The vote of a Republi?
can or a Democrat or n Soclallst wlll
look lust as good to us as that or a Pro
KrMlssCJano Addams waa the last speak?
er and Mrs. Hlatch singled her out to an?
swer two quosttons. "How could a po?
lltlcal party really help women?" waa one.
And "How could women really help a
polltlcal party?'" was the other.
Mlss Addams rose to the ocraslon in a
way whlch made the hlsslng moo?ette
ln th. corner wlpe her eyes for Joy.
Nearly all thr- suffrage soeletles of the
clty wer* represented ut the supper. Mr*.
William Warner l'enfleld was there for
th* Woman _*_****?_? party and Mr*. O. II.
P. Belmont. Mrs. Jarr.es Lees __**-_.**/,
Mlss Kllzabeth Freeman, Mrs. Wllllam
Grant Brown. Mr. nnd Mrs. Walston
Brown, Mrs. Rsymnnd Brown and Mrs.
-f?jrl Blutch de Forest were among those
Postal Card Departments
All communlcation* (and th*y ar* w.lcom*) ahould b* m*de by po*tal, aa far
a* it is poasibl*.
Recipes Tested and
All rei-tpea appearlng In theaa columna hava
been teatrd. - ? -?*.?_
Lav.l roeaaurementa ara u_*d un>*? B_*_->
" TaaTtMatMMtM win b* gi.d to *_*-*__ any
culln.ry ?u**tlon *ubmltt*4 by readera an*
WAddrJ*_*rcHiRn_ry Kdltor. New-Tork Tribuna.
No. 154 Naaaau atre.t.
TM. department -M not b* r**TK**-slbIa ter
r-?nusrrlPt whlch U n^t irrscni-nW b*
afamp* far return. Klndly Inclos* * arnp*
wltt, questlon* requlrtng *n answer bylaWM.
Wrlt. on only one side of tha paper MM
that ntm- and adrlres. accompany *ach t.m.
APPLI AUD UHJC-JBN IAL__>.?
fhoo-e- large. sour apples nnd ****** them,
th.n enlarge the hnlea left hy removlng
tho 0C*l_- <"bop cold chlcken very fln<*;
season wlth thyme, s?lt nnd pePP-r. atttt
tm wlth cream or rich milk and mix wlth
flne bread crumbs. Fill the apples wlth
thls and bake. Serve cold on lettuce
leavea. wlth mayonniUse dresslng. F. S.
Walton. N. T.
A MTNOIFON DI8H,?COt one tomato
Into small hits, wlthout peellng. and chop
a small green pepper rather flne. Fry
them In butter untll they are very hot,
then adil abt eggs that have been beaten
llght, an.l stlr untll thlck. Season wlth
salt and pepper. The green p-spper may
be omltted lf desired. A. D. M.
Klmlra, N. Y.
BLACK CHOCOLAT1 T-riNO. -Mlx
three tablespoonfuls of bolllng water wlth
flvi> tablespoonful! of sugar and ona and
a half snuares of chocolate that has been
melted. Put the mixture Into a little pan
on the stove and stlr lt well untll smooth
nnd glosiy, then spread It whll?* hot over
News of the Markets
Whether lt IS becsuso the housewives
of the cltv have Just henrd of Washington
Market because of Its centennlal i-elebra
tion. or whether the word has been pnssed
around among them that lt was "perfectly
great' to shop to band music, the fact re
malns that the mark. t thls week has done
a thrlvtng business. The 4lcalers clalm
that the new customers who hnve come
to them thls week will "get the hablt"
,,nd keep on comlng after the band has
moved awnv and the hunting ha* come
down. "And why shouldn't they," sald
one desler. "even* any ls bnrgain day
wlth us. Even though the prices may
seem little cheaper than ln other parts
of the clty, the quality we glve Is excel?
iamh: *?lllL r?'?s
Hln-laiiirter ..-'? no-in-1 ......... ???????
IU-ki .24?e Hhoulder of veal....-0-i
btew ..'..,...I_?l5c Braaat of real.Vo
I'ork ohopa .}3t'.\l\aeon .UaS!
Pi.rterhouae steak. .82-5 Ham -.?*??*
Pol roaat .20?-iV Tonaue.j8o
2So! Veal ctttleta .82o
l*rtr*e rlh roaat.
feeet _ *%*&
n-.aatlng ehlrkena..280. Jumbo a-**iabe. ... . ?
Hrollera .28cI Rlall fed plaeona
L I durkllngs...-25'* "
Brolling turke-m.. ..80o|
Butter, beat t-b. . .Sttcl
Steak cod .18c
Hra haaa .18c
Klngflah (U I.).20c
Fllet of aole.20c
Boflibell ... $U$1 -'?
llttle Neck .$1
Boftahell .. 80c-0$2 M
* Hardahall .60c
Benta . 8c
CarroU .? ? 8c
Romalna ........... 6o
l.ima or atrlng
Dozen I Each.
Oranxea .28-gSOo'Watermelona .60c
Oe*. rrunaa. ..10-***lSe|Qrapefi-ult .28*B.1*>c
Japaneae <-.80c Baaket
Peara (Cal.) .?**?<? | Cooklng peara .16c
T.?mon? .9Clc r.rarr. (Del.) .Jto*
Banana* .2.V! Orape*: Poiind.
' Each California .I8e
rine?jpfp|e? .25H Malaga .20c
Cantalotiries . ..10.20c |
Lamb: Pound. i Pound.
Illnd?iartar .20<: Top slrloln .^5o
Forequarter .lTr-iCorned beef ,.. . I64*2.*c
Rarks ._"<* Nhouider of veal_17c
Stew .lrvtrl."..- ftr-nst of veat.11c
Pork chops .21
Porterhouse ateak. .B.
1 Prlme rlb roast.UgjM
; ? ? ra*
\>al rutleta .32c
Quart. | E*irh.
Ktrlng be*n? .10>*| Homaln*.Bo
Llma, beana .10*I Cabbaga.Bc
Kplnach .10c Baaket.
Bouthern pea*.20c Tomatoea ?,.SOo
Caullflower ....20.2.V fel.ry. Bo
()*r pruncs. ..IOSISc
I ? ? - j
Cantaloupea ? , . luffiQc
Cooklng peara .15c
Orapea (Del.) .lfc*
Two Wonderful Store* for
Prices, as low as evcrywhere.
r.rms, as easy as any where.
All SIZES ? ALL RECORDS
Ltt Us Plav Yoar Fiborite Maslc
OPEN A CHARCE ACCOUNT.
SOL BLOOM, Ine.
366 Sth Ave., at 35th St.
1429 B'way, at 40th St
OKIKNTAJ, BIOH. *.'INK < ARPETH RK
HTOKRII to origlnal colors without injury
THE THOS. J. STEWART CO.
42 years' experienre.
Ti way, Por. 4?th Bt.. N. Y. Phone 3"0? Bryant
Krle. mr. Sth Uta.. .lersey ?'H?. Plmne IM.
The NEW and GREATER
The Fastest Growing Newspaper
The Only New York
But Not Radical
Special Features in To-Morrow's Issue
Much Prowling About Parisian Ways
Reveals Rodin in a House of Silence
Kate Cnrew flnds the great sculptor ln an ex-convent, eurroundw by
hls ghoStly creations, and marve's over hla hooded eye* and Bvdlha
esque presence. "Art ean never degenerate and 1* never degenerate.' h?
says, and a.lds that love of a woman does not in?plre an artlat, alnc*
love ls destructive.
Why Uncle Sam Says "No" to 25,000
Eager Would-Be Citizens Each Year
Here are explaified the detalls of the slftln. proceaa dealgne. to ex
clude ldlots. crlmlnalc. beggars, dlseased peraona and contract laborea
from entry into thls land.
Transatlantic Airships Can Be Built To-Day
Says Great German Engineer
Dr. Johann Schuette, whose name Is grouped with that of Zepp*ln
In the designlng and bulldlng of aircraft, belleve* all technlcal dlfflcf
tles opposlng the aerial passage of the Atlantlc hav* b**n ovarcora,
but atudy of wlnds ia stlll needed.
?? Sea Soldiers" Have Glorious Records
of Daring and Duty Well Done
When you read of Uncle Sam _ marine* c*lmly st*ppln? aaharaln
Nicaragua to face deadly machlno guna ln protection of Amarlea** *??
terests the story necdn't aurprlse you; they've been dolng au?k thlt
for many years.
Let's Stoop Down to the Anthill and
Study Civics and Soclal Life
Thls multltudlnr>us race of movlng dots ha* developed through*-*
hunting, pastoral and agricultural period* 11k* manklnd, and atudnta
find ideals of government exempllfled ln Its communltle*. In r*a*
colonle* the female not only haa the suffrage but rule*. andjueh
mlghty problems as food supply, malntenance of number* and p*)t*e
tlon from disease and enemies appear to have been solved.
THE WOMAN'S PAGES
Among the many lnterestlng feature* on the Woman's Pagea I* tieriea
of illustrated artlcles on Interior Decorntlon which give lnvaluable Ud to
those de. oratlng or redecoratlng thelr homes. Questlon* whlch arlse Mll b*
fUdl. nnswered hy the Kdltor.
TIEATMEXT or BADIATOBS, hy Bog*r "TaltoB, ls the eecond of thiJ?erle*
of Hom> Iiecoratlon article*.
OTHER TIMELY AHD I___!*ESTIH_ ABTICLES:
1 M*nna aad Beeipea for th* Week. i 6. Bich *_Ta_ln_ Wrapii (lllujrated).
Wlth I>es. rlptlon of Fablca and
? nlor fomblnatlons.
7. Evening Qown* tlllustrald).
a Pictur** Of Attr-ctiv* DUh**.
t. An I_tera*rt_g Sld*-_ga oa th*
D*velopm*Bt of th* Th.'r.
3. Bal*? for Cleanlng.
3. Book Beview* of Vital Int*r**t
4. Her Wlnt*r Hat* (Illustrated).
5. Boudolr Hote*.
And Varlou* Other ZnUraatlng Artlolaa.
THE CHILDREN'S PAGES
TJtpxat the title of "Tho Junior Forum" the Children's Pagea _ the Sun?
day Trlbune have become noted for the excellence of thelr contefta. They
Ir*-*?a an ln?tr_ctlve and educational value whlch place* them ln i clas* by
theniselves. ' In all d.*partments The Trlbune 1* a clean, HOME pp*r.
1. Two r*iry Tal**?Jack Hlcka
thrlft (Illustrated). Thtunbkln.
3. Very TTnlque __*___.
3. How to Make a Bhoe Box and
Foot B**t (dlogramsi.
4. Toto'* Te* Party (Illustrated).
Toto is a clever monkey.
5. Johann, th* __*ph*_ _l_r*r
6. Stcri** by our Contri _tor?.
7. Editorlal* by th* Bdlor, whleh
are really talks wlth ?tr reader*,
and othar lat*r*stlng hinga.
Beautiful Pictures Given Free
for the YOUNG in Years or in Spirit
Llttl* dropa of wat?r,
I.lttle grnlne/ot *and,
Make th* mlRhty ocean
And the pleaaant land.
A besutiful picture ln color typlfytng the above Une*. which ir* famlllar
to e\ery child wlll he th* fourth ln The Trtbune's series of falry-etcry char?
acters which are belng glven FltEE every week wlth the Sunday Trfcuna
It was a llttle dlfflcult to fit a aultable character to the lines, Imt Mlaa
M I Kirk the famous palnter of pretty child flgures, ha* suneided a?
miraiily A charmlng baby girl. wlth lovely face and form. laughlnf ln gl**.
?lts on the beach near th?> edgc of the blue sea and Joyouely pours eand Into a
__t_r hole she has made with her toy spade? almply that and nothng rnor*.
vet the artlst baa put <o much Ilfe snd spirlt and happiness into the tmy
_lrl figure that vou gaze on it with plcasur* and enjoy ita every cetall. It
f? i, nio.st eharmlng ?_*_** of child life executed ln beautiful colorsand w*Ii
worth. of a frame, The series when complete (there wlll be a do_n ln all).
when framed or mounted in passe-partout. wlll make an exceedligly h*_a
some dccoiatlon ttt the nurscry or children's room.
THE HAGAZINE SECTION
I* going to he a number worth orderlng ln advance. lf you are not amonf
thoae fortunate persons who r*ad lt regularly. It will have storle* and lll_"*
tratlona by *ome of the cleverest people of the day. The leading article la a
Joy both ln theme and ln style.
"PUTTING IT OVER.*' By Glenmcre Dam
tells all about how tt in done. Mr. Davls Is hlmself one of the beat
known press agents in Arnetka. and he know* the game frora th* _*J_
of Harnum to the present. wlth all Its varlatlons. He frankly tell*
many hltherto unpuhllshed tales of how he and other* have made n*"-?
aensatlons by the yard.
HOW I EARNED MY FIRST DOLLAR.
By Vice-President Sherman _nd Senator Kern.
Vlce-rresldent Sherman earned his flrst dollar by leadlng a r,or*e from
a hav fork for two weeks?and spent lt going to a ball gam? ln a cltT
~~twelve miles dlstant, to whlch he walked rather than devote any P*"
of that preclous money to such an ignohle purpose as rallioad _*?_
Senator Kern of Indlana. who was Vice-Presidentlal candldate **_J
Hryan four years ago. earned hls tlrst money by bulldlng th* flre* a""
Hweeplng out the echoolhouse when a boy, for whlch he was paid *?"?
cents a day. He held on to the money for a year before he learned tht
rudiment* of the art of spending. TheBe two famoua men tell &*x>01
the lnch'.ents ln our next number.
THE JAWS OF THE PIER.
A atory of love and herolsm on the Oreat Lake*, by Morgan BoWrtae*
A SUFFRAGIST CONVERSION.
A humorous tale of New York politics, by Joaaph O'Brlem,
A thrilling story of an American glrl'g experieno* ln India. by *_!?_**?
NO OTHER WAY. Tha -jreat serlal by Oordon ?o*J_*-.
Theae are n few of the Special Features ln to-morrow's TRIBlT?*
which wlll also oontaln all the (Jable and Telegrap^ New*. all th* G?tn**?*
News, all the Soclety and Resort New*. and mor* comprehensive Sportttl
New* than any other New York Newspaper.
To b* anr* of g*ttlng to-morrow** TBXB.HB, ordwr lt of yonr a*****
d*al*r to-ttay. Th* Sunday Trlbnn* la alway* aold out *arly.