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WM TELIS HOW
ILIOlffi WON WIFE
Says Happy Home of 20 Years
Was Broken Up by Coming
ol Benjamin Adriance.
EARNED ONLY $14 A WEEK
james P. Berney, Suing Head of
Sava?e Arms Company, Says
He Still Loves Woman
Who Left Him.
; ;, . i h i With all m\ heart and 101)1.
. i ft me i loet all hope; i was
,.,;,., |y cTUshed and humlliated; all my
With lear-dlmmed eyea a?iej uaeertaln
? oice* Jidnei P. Beraey spoke these words
,,n th. aitnesfl stand in the gupreme
l 0i\ reeterday, where in- ia suing Ben
j.niilii Adriance for allcnating the* iitfe.
lle, Who i.- now Mrs. Aelii
iTlnfl obtalned ? divorce froni Ber*
Bouth Dakota. Piraey, who is a
ui_-.-hint.--t. ask*- for I3MM damages froin
IdrtflT****- 'l l"1 '* Preeldeal of the Savage
Arms i'ompany .md of the Adriance Ma
Counsel asked Berney whether he still
oved the flflrlll who left him, but who, the
nlaintlff saaerta, ia still legally bound to
;,im imoiafl of the aUflfljed IBecattty of
\h" South Dehota deeiae. H was a dra.
tnatic mome.Mil ln court. Berney half rose
iu tht attaeee chalr. He stretehed his
irma toward hla wife of nearly twenty
\ears, the mother of his two grown sons.
,,ne of whom dled from the 8hock of
learnlng of bls mother 'fl actlon. Then
weakly the wltness replied that he- had
made futlle e fforts to lnduce hla wlfe- to
return to him. He sald that he stood
rf__y to welcome back hls wife at any
time. In fact, without her. Uie for hlm
would be a dreaty waste.
Berney appeared as a man wlth a
cruahed spirlt and heart as he told of
the breaklntr up of hls home and hl?
formerly happy Hfe wlth Mrs. Berney.
He broke down as he prooeeded with his
narrative, and he could not restr.un tbe
tfars that welled up in his eyes and rolled
down hl.- cheekfl,
Coming of the Millionaire.
The obaass ia the happy home lifc
that he enjoyed arUh bis wlfe came in
iUCC. Bern.y testilied. This was after his
wlfe had BMt the milllonaire defendant
The* plamuff continuf*d: "The-n it was
th*t ihe i-K-an t.. negleet my hoaaa ?vd
my 1hildr.11 She- Btayed out nights. I
eefldrrrer, t-, deoporatlon. and soon aft> r
I had to give up all hOPO. I dld STOIT*
tliinjf p.).--ibl- i" ?et ber lack. She WOUM
Ml return to me, and whea I heard that
Hvins in WesdcUff. N. J.. and
diTorce in See.ith Dakota i
-aid that bifl Wlfe s treetl
Um eompflled him to Icare Ihelr home,
l?th atn ,-t. and take a turnlabed
I Ifth av.-nii. He took
? t -. fl itii him bul b ft
t nralture ai flhe *- wt*
A few daya lat.-r hai rlre
her home and taken the furniture
he .-an', The flooa, e be arere
,-- ,.i,i. reepee*
- , ut wlth thelr moi
.... el< lil.-d
. hlfl ?i:<- oi had
?*.. . Neltber
nadc an. improp. i adehaoee
,,, y. ... Be raej fleld tbat he bad
| H4 a w.-e-k whlb- hhi wlfe
,,,, as machlalet f<>i ? type*
llntlff dtapflltOfl thfl \alidlty e,f the
South Dakota divorce- whleh mu wit\
, n the gTOUOd thnt hc never was
preperl) aenred In the actlea. it was
? | ,i, bla t>-stimony that three
,.,1 oi, hlm and that on.- of them
had left i paper e.n a manti-1 in hls room.
Adriance Tella Hia Side.
,in Adriance-. the* defendant. was
-.-? iat.-r iu th., day. n, teeilfled
that ;,- and hta Brel erlfe ha.i not live-d
for more than twenty-des years.
lle mani'.l Mra. Beraey four days after
Uiede-ht', of tbe lii'Kt Mr-. Adriance. e'e.un
sel aeked tbe defendant: Vou were niar
:ied t(. Mra HerneyV" 1 ? crt iin!y was.''
he repll.fi ? ounsel for Herney objected
to the question on the ground that the
teatimony of tht- defendant was not ihe
Juttlc. Blanehard smiled as h< said:
"What: Object to a man tcstlfying to his
own marriage ? lf a man doesn't know
that he Ifl marrled. 1 don t know what
k*md of proof you want."
Adrtan.e sald that he went to live at
WooelclilT, N. J-. after Mrs. Berney had
bought the property on which she llved
?t that place. After repairs had been
made to th. house he llved there as a
Cbsilefl ivte-raon. a carpcnter. and hls
*on te-atiiied tbat they dld some work ln
?fl Woodcliff house. This was in June.
l*S, about a year before Mra Herney and
Adrlanc-e- were marrled. Petereon sald he
M up a partition from th ? floor to the
't-illng betweea tbe two rooms eOCUpM
h5 the defendant and Mrs. Berney. He
?aid that the furniture had been moved
into the room before the c ompletlon of the
PRETTY NURSE SENTENCED
Woman Who Robbed Mrs. Dev
ereux Sent to Bedford Home.
Ileleu |_Mitflfl Uatson. tbe youiiK traiiu-e!
"''ra*- -tho baa b.-ei, In thfl county Jail
??**aitlriK sentence for several WOflhS, flTB
*e**teneed yeeterday by County Judg*
?VVaam p piati to Bedford Reforaaatery.
- ns wemaa, who flerved a s-n
??"?e on BlaekWflN'fl Is-land and was ar
^>iki e,n her reteaae nnd tahea ta v\'blt<
r*~ins. recehred hei leateiioe ,-almly. but
hyateriral anel tln-eat'-ne-d le kill
bfl-lf wli.-n she- WM taken to Ihe Juil
I ? belng cloeeljr watebed hy the
"?'ard-. Sh. wlll bfl tak.n to B. dford In
a '< H ,|; ,
Hr-. Mllea tUodlah and the Kev. c. V.
T|;'k.-r. the forruei ebaptala oi' BlacK
*'"* l*-b,;,l p. iiitentlary. inl.-.e-lteel
?m ii, the girl while awalting
"?? -. heping to And some one who would
*** r,? - . ritence was fluapsaied.
-ai.l that flhe wi - a kle pte.nianla".
''M ???in. .rimin.illy ladlaed onl/ aftef
'"*? iflturned fre,,n Um; patiodfl of hard
*""<. an.l uaH in a hlghl. ne i ve>us state.
''" i*j-na\ie,, t,,etii i. t? and wben p"
irreated In New rerh *"11> in
^I'tembe-i, i:>ii, has been reflaarhaasS '"
JhM ah. oiarf,. ,,? attempt to eieny h>*r
(?'?IH. Hhe was inu.-h affee teel at the tlmej
ail<l eried hltterly, but refUSfld to say
*h? h,r r-elatlveH wer. other than that
** llve/1 in e'hle-age,. Hhe la BISBflB
W** Htii mpa and playe weH Durlnr
r ktay m the county jail she was e>f
2**f saaUtance to Wililuin J. Meyer, tbe
A" W.ysi. lan, and help,-,) niin ln ibe care
*} ln? prlaoti.ts in the Jail hospital.
SM _JR CQRRUPT
BT. SAYS DR. HOWE
Director of People's Institute
Asserts That Vice's Big Profits
Make Supression Difficult.
STATUTES TOO SEVERE
I Speaker Tells Members of City
Olub a Policy of Control
Is Solution of Civic
i So prosperoua ha? the City Club becomo
j ln the last >ear, wlth a olear pr4>flt or
j *4._?^ .'_>. thut thr- trustees at the twentieth
j annual meeting. held last night, an?
nounced that plans were belng made to
'. enlarge tho club bulldlng. at No. 5o West
1 4.th .street, by adding several storles to
\ tht- bulldlng Tht cffk slde of the club's
[ activltles under I'resldent Strong have
\ been unii_ually varled and productlve of
, IflflflUlfl, notably the work on peUflfl ?_?
i fairs. under Frederlck H. Whltln. ln ex
tendlng finger print Identlfication ln casea
?f dlsorderly conduct among 4vomen.
: Under th<- head of achooln. increased ap
j proprlations hav? aat-n urged upon the
i Board of Kstlinati- for bflndtiag lhe prob
[ lf ni of thfl sub-normal child and the pro
! inotlon of evening rccn-utlon centivs dur
1 in_ thfl sanumr
Credetlck ?' MOWfl, dmctor ol the
i PflOptfl'fl Institute. addresscd tlo- club last
night on "The Kxcise. Vlce and Ganibling
Situation. The Cost of State Control."
'i beUere," said Dr. Hawa, "the
I trouble wlth the pollce altuatlon. wlth
vlce, wtth gambllng. lles not so much
| wlth the pollce, not wtth Commteeloner
I Waldo. not wlth Mayor Gaynor. a.s It
| does wlth the inflextble state laws Whleh
' control the aaloon, vlce ?nd gambllng. I
do not believe that Mayor Gaynor could
enfflree the laws he has sworn to enforc.
| If he could. I doubt whether he would
recelve the support of the communlty In
his efforts. I am certaln his adminlstra
tion would be broken. thal h.- would be
illser.-dited and that he would not be re
W? oursel\es hflva created a condi
| ;-..n arhleh has corrupted the police for
1 twenty years. The atate Ia4vs will con
' tlnna to eorrapt the police so long ns
j they remaln on the statute hooks. It ia
| impossible to avold this, for the privi
| legre ot evadlng these laws is too valu
.11. |f i.s like smuggllng. Kvcn the
rich -tnuftgle Wfl have tried to .stamp
"?it .mugfllng for firt. years. und it
: foee on Juflt tbe flfl-oe. Tne open sun
! day and thfl other evils Wfl have attempt
! .fl tiy IflW to flZtlrpflta are no valuat'le
tbal it baa been stated that $_.0"0,oou a
I year flre pald for their pvaaloa And
eoloasal njmi like this will eorrapi any
pollce department. just as high tariffs j
?Iwaya corrupted people and oftliials
"!t i- the untvemal experience of _?-_-,J
i hi'i every eountry thal when Ihi i
DTOfltfl tO "4- tnade from lawhreaking are I
I i rru n aill r 11 Bih . Im
Iprl-onment, eren llfe, for then.
?in addlttoa to this. the queetlon "t ti-.
t oi Mborfl- enforcemenl of tbcoe iaw_
the "a'o 'ii fln_ ;.i ? under world lnto
?olittc They m flctfvo in every ,! ?
! tlon; thee _??_ lo eontrol flaeyote, yedgea
| and potto. appotntroeata Bvery maye*
who haa tackled this preMeni has been
j broken by it. There is tpparently ee
?cape. H U_ el.-et H reform admlnistra
' tion that really flfl___-_a the law, tl"
work of that admlnistratlon. even while
! in < rnce. i ill be ?m eked y this >i ?
: ti4.ii ??
l?r. Howe said deliidt- i-i Of r:\mnv-y for
: control ot the evtla u>-r<- not neceeaflry if
: the city wen _fee le handle the prohleraa
! at win. H< said the -SCtflfl question
! should hfl a matter for home rule.
"I am sure, ' hfl said. "the tlrst thlng a
! Mayor would do. had Wfl tbe flflfldflafl In
tbeae matters, erould be to call a eenfer
euflfl el a flooM of leading ettlaenfl te help
; him work out a programm. of control.
I Wa would flVfliVfl a programme "f onr own
for the soclal evil. and probahh tOWarf a
complete -uppreaMoa of gambtlaff. We
would work out a saloon programme ? ill
iihle to the needs and COUdltlOna of a
I great city. where more than half hei ln
1 baMlantfl are foreign born There would
l)e no prlvllfges to sell Only iti this way
could graft be wlped out of our pollce ad?
The new board of truetecfl of the City
Club Includea Oeorge W, Alger, Hhbard
s. chiids, Joeeph <;. Deane, Alfernoa s.
.visseil, 1-iiKoin CromwelL Baerard rt
Finch. Hflflflar PWh* A. L? "Ju'tman.
Krank S. HustlnajK. UoOo11 T. McO-flty,
Jamefl C. Meyeni and Willl.un A. Shortt.
All were re-locted except Mr. Hflflflngfli
Hfl |fl th'- l-t-rlng i-oiimiodore of the
Seawanhaka Corinthlan Vacht Club
PLAN VICTORY BREAKFAST
Women's Democratic Club to
Entertain Mrs. Wilson Dec. 21.
Mr*. tfeodr-U Wilson has ronsentxl to
tliH _1vtag of a receptlon and hreaktast
in her hOBOr by the Wornen's Demoi ratic
Club on PflCOO-bar -l at th<- Waldorf-As
toiia. and for that reason Mis. .loiin
Bherwlfl Croeby, president. and the mem
hers of the ciut> yefltorday were the most
trlumphant persons In ri-tM-Om. Mrs.
Wilson put a proviso in bfll fl_CflP_U-__i
Mrs. Croeby saw tha wife of the Preea
dent-eleei iasi flreek and anhnUtled her
'Oh. Mla, Wilson." she said ' lf >oull
only accept we'll make it the giatMlest
affali ever ^lverl hy women.""
"No. please don't.'" unswered Mrs. ?il
?OD; "Just have it ttttaAt and dOflflM ratic"
So the plana were ahorn oi flflfl_e of the
Krandi ur, hut deep down ln their hearta
Mrs. I'roshy an4l her Ofl?llttafl are re- ;
aolved tliHt the affalr will be such as lo |
COflflpnre wlth the best. This shall tx DO
paltty afternoon tea. It shall ta- a break- J
[fast. followed l?y a r<ceptlon. Wlth musie j
and apOfleheo, and the name of It shall be j
the "vh'tory breakfast." About flve hun?
dred Invitatlona hav. already be'ii flcnl
out, Including thOOa 10 Mrs. (Jrover
Cleveland, Mra. Willlum JenPlPga Bryan,
Mis. Wllliam BtthH r. Mrs .loim A. _>'".
Mm Jodflori rlannon, Mrs. Baaaaa s
Waat, Mr?. willlum j. Oaynor, Mrs. John
I'uiroy Mlti-hel and many otloi piomln'iit
Democratic WOmen. Mrs. Taft and .Mf
Theodoie Hyo?ertl -hav.- beea Inelled,
also, though they are not DflflBOCntta
Thfl <ommitt-e !n charge of th.- "victory
brenkfaet" mel-dee Mr?. wuiiam Porter
J. nklns. .halrman; Mrs. John Sherwin
Creehy, Mrs. Bhnoa Itaruch. Mrs. Wllllain
A. Swectzer. Mm JaaMfl Morfl__ M'ss
Mary Hart. Mrs. John Kobert Mlller. Mra
Kmll BhOOf, Mrs. IVank A. Ahrahall.
Miss Bleaeor BalHran, Mra James tTourt, |
Mrs. Wiillam 14. Smliii. Mt*. Madge Mt- i
lOt/Tfl aud Mr?. H. G. Hollenbeig. ' |
Miss Carpenter Resigns and
Miss Rhodes Is Chosen to
BUT HOTCHKISS IS BOSS
Meantime, as Slogan of "the
Seven Against Rhodes," "Our
Mary" Says: "Cry Havoc and
Let Loose Dogs of War."
Dld an. body say that the MBoeettei
Well. they're not. At least they ma.b- a
noite- very llke live ones when they guth
*red, one hundred strong, to holel a meet?
lng at the old state headr-uarters at N'o.
lt! Kast Wth street, yesterday afternoon
Thev had an electlon, too. They flteetfld
Mlss Aiin, Rhodes to Ml. eee-d Mlss Ab??<?
Oarpeater ao* ereU, nohody kaew what
exactly. because nohody ever knew Just
what Mlss Carpenter was to he oalle-d.
Sometlntes lt was state leader. anel
Eometlmes It was state organlzer an.l
MmethneO BS after the little row at
Syracu.se -it was just u woike*r in the
laaka It at] depend.-d on how tbe
Meeeettes Ml at the- moin.-nt about a
woman from Boston having s<, mu, th
power in Xew Vork.
Come to think of if. though. they eii.u, t
have an electlon yesterday. They ie
membered that they had no pow.-i io
elect, because thfl state e-omiiiitt.-.- of tbe
National Prafljl'B?It/fl I'aity wlll flaaflfl
Mlss Carpent.-r's MMOaSBM at Its confer?
ence at the Holland House to-day.
But they dldn't remcmhcr that untll the
end of their meetlng. and they had ?
lot of real politle-al fl.flt_flii.nl thlnklng
that they wer,- havlng an e lectlon.
The electlon whlch wasn't an election
WBS qulte a surpris.- party for the WOflaeO
Eaity ln the day Miss <'arpenter had a
cynference with a few Mooeette leadflffl
about whom to reioinme-nil (to Will?
iam B. Hotchkiss as her eeeeesOOr, flhfl
havlng de-cid'-d to r.-sign to beeome na?
tional organlzer unde r Miss Fraiic.-s Kel
u-r, and Miss Carpenter tbouahl it would
be more democatle- and Progressive to
have lt deelded at th. afternoon m.-.-tlni;
Hut the afternoon me-. ting elidn't lake il
"Sprin-;lnK an election on ua without
notlce: I call such a t.ro.e-,- llng most un
eh-mocratic!" trled a MooOette ln a I'.-aih
? n ,1 hat.
Other Moosette* were on thelr fe ?t nll
over th.- room. ami protceti wenl pop*
ping off from all qua-ters.
"Most un riogresMve!"
w.- thouKht w.- were just ***frnlni here
t,, dlacttafl efltabUehlns chlldren'fl bureau*
and things. like It lajrfl ln our ptatfonp,
and HOW Wfl have an el.?, tlon forced on
us!" walled a plump Mooflflttfl I ?> bol
MIm Carpealfli' tiie.i t,, paur oii on th,
trouble-d waters by statln-; thal flbfl oal]
kl.ew flhfl was seiinK ti, i >? -iirri a da] ST
IWO ar;o. and then she gol out -,,ii,< nl ?,?
iittie baliot box.-s sad bellets, aad the
?tabt of these dld parify ih, maleontenta
Thej 1,-ok. -I .-.. polltli :..- llke
"Our Mary' I'e>nii?vy kepl on rafiBg,
beeaasS Miss CerpeatOr reslgne.l the chalr
to Mii-s Rhodes, anel "Our Mary'' dldn't
want her to.
' 1 rals.- a point of order!" flbfl sho,jt<-,|
?'Oh, well," as a dozen ve.ie ,s ebJocted,
"sit down on my point ol order. if you
want to. but I hope; it will hurt you, I
lu tapid sucession a lot of flfllW
offered. Mrs. William Vanain.e- nomlnal*
e,| Miss Rhe>de-s.
others nonilnate-ei were MbM Mar.
Oreler, Mrs. William e'rant BrOWn >nd
Mrs Helen leeor Tonjes. nut Mrs. \n,
ainee- s noininat Ing speeeh so paral'/.-d
the backe-rs of Mlss DretOT anel Mi-.
Brown and Mis. Te.nJ..- wltb lt-- ail-p. i
vading eloquene-e that Ih.y hastllj wilb
drrw tb.-lr < andldat.--- and sat down
"Well," sald Miss Rbodce, brlflkl] . "..s
long as I'm the only-as long as there i
only one candldate, WO mlght as well
have a viva eaee rote."
All the women wlth th.- CUte llttb- I...I .
lots looked disappolnte ri. ei.u M.u>
was so niad that she a.-tually b.st bei
voire- for a ariaute, Bul saly fat a mla* j
"That's the most onperUamentary Iblni '
I ever heard of!" she explodcel. "Mis
RhOdOfl belng voteel on for offl,-,- when
?bO'fl ln the r-hair. Bhfl ought t,, get riKhl )
out-of that chalr and ?be calllng lie-iself j
"This ls a packeel meeting. this Is! Talk ]
about Tammany Mail Murphylzlng this ,
city! If this meetlng letS Mlss e'lara B.
Morrlson and Mrs. Robert H. Klde-r put |
through Miss Rhodess electlon It'll bfl
WON than Tammany Hall."
Other angry women de-clare.l tlat ibe
proceedlngs were "most Improper."
But Mlss Rhodes sald soothlngly:
?'Well. well; what could you e_*.,eet when
they had no bylaws? Wh.-n they had by- j
laws they would be orderly," she- sald.
Amld considerable e-onfuslon the yis j
and nays were called for. inel it wai j
tinally declared-no one appeared :.,\
know how the conclusion was arrlc.-,, Bt?
that the vote stood 70 for to 7 ngain't
The Rev. Miss A. J. Allebaeh labored I
hard with her not in.-onsiderabl'- rolec to
make lt 70 anel 7 for Mlss Rhoeh
"I,et lt be iiiianimous," she rieclaln*.*.'.
"I.?t lt be unanlinous. It is a disgra??<? to
womanklnd not to make lt unanlmous."
But the seven stood d.-iiantly out, and :
lt was not unanlmous.
Miss Rhodes made a speeeh of BCOept* i
?net, ni which ahe said that it ahoflred
VttJ Ihnlted rlfltflfl flfl] the part of tha
~"iffra?ists not tfl have -een th>- opftO-"
tnnity sflTflced by the Pragreaajra party,
hut that Mn ' arrie l'hai?man <"ntt "av
it. (Or. witii the beehgreund <>f a wrid
iiip bobind ber, she declared at lhe ooo
-.i.'n.ii flf WOmflfl)- dUbfl in Albany Ihflt
thfl ProgrcflfltVfl party women had ca"'
ured ti" V oiid."
Mra Catt, bowev?r, wb?a Thr Trihui ??
reporte oalled her itp laat eveeJaa to ash
her flbool it. .-aid thal aha '"never rw ???
thmfld me ProflTflflfllva w.mi.-n, eltherpub
llcl] "i prlvately, in Albany."
She sai.l sh- _u.'HSed Miss Kh?de.
""must have evotvfld that from ber lnn< -
Well, to go back to the election. it v.as
:.-.il!v .h Hcjoush exciting. even after sum.
oio- said wlth a jump. "Why, Wfl haVfl i"'
vi.ht to hold an ,-lectlon."
"OUI action will be a recommcndatioii
t.. Mr. H?>ti hkls.- ,is to whom the women
WOUM llke for rtato chairman," Misst'ar
penti t uaM.
Rumor has it Hat Mlaa rarpenter never
would have rvalgncd had aha not felt thaf
the New York woui.-n resented havlng a
n?tell woman in authorty among them
on thfl Other hand. rumor has It that
th^re i? a slrong feeling a-ainst Mftfa
Mi-- Carpenter has many Bdmlrera in
Nea 1 "rk fct i'm- hard work she has
done here, at.d Mr* Amos Pinchot de
daied that flhfl only vedeed their feeling
when flhfl off. red a voie of thanks to
Mi,- carpeatflr at yeeteriair'a maattutj.
Mlss <ari?enter made a Uttle speech. m
WMch aha snld that flVeryhOdy bad been
ver\ fllCfl to her, and she asked the
MOOflflttflfl ti. raise all the money tlvy
rould f..i ii..ir ponaaaaat organization
?nd its work
Mlaa Donnelly sa>> tba Bftrl eeer s,il??
ICfljdfll lhe refUflflfl to recognlze Mlss
Rhodflfl eVflfl II Mr. Motchkiss naliief. h.-i
is not ..vcr: it is just hcfiun
"(tur Mary" omnalonallT rendfl .si-.ak.
?pflarfl when she Isn't engaged ln war.l
polltka and as she Wflttt awav she flhot
thlfl 'iiiotatlon after her:
?i;v haVOC, and let loose the dogs of
ME! Mnnrr keep
1 ..iiiiiiiint from flr?t pagr.
when l.e waa dlapatcbed by his pov
,-iiini, nt t,. the London C___ma__e,
where he was rhnnceUor fot ? time
Later be went ta Bnenoa A>res, ta
illl ;. fllmtlar p"st, and according to
frtendi In this . ity. who know ahavl
the rnmance that i.eg.m on flhlpboard
Ifl lilid-Atlalltlc. the couple kept Up B
? ..rr- .-iondence during lhe years lhe)
... i. apart After the Central Araer
i. an rei.ui.li. gav? DonflagUOl hlfl dl
\or.e. he began to pay .-ourt in < urneal
t<> th<- handaeme Ohloan, who la t.-,i
? ii? ; ounger lhaa i"
Preparet for Hurned Weddmg.
i.a.-t Thuradaj week bf' ob_alnad her
. ..i .ni foi th. weddlng, and the fol?
i.witig mornlng waa a bnay one for
iail) pla< fi I'lii.id... flrat ha
?v, ,,t to hl ? onaulj BaBoi I". Ifcbeada
and _"! - leava of aneehca. and then
, ibi ilned Um conaanl ol lh? eonaul to
,,, t ;iv i?>i man. Nezl he called on
lus fri.-nd. Dr. VTctertnno i>. Agoatlno,
al Ne LB Weal Ti.-t fltreet, and a.?k<-d
him to g" alona aa -Itneaa t.. the care
And flhnrp al i o'< i">k the wi Bdlni
,, i ,..;? ared ai the 4'it> Hall In
record ttflM ?' marriage 11. .use was
mued, and then, bt it- r-ekelter, in a|l
dtrccttona, meaeengora wara aenl te
nii.i .ii Alderman
one meheenger Narned that the oni>
Atdermen in Ihe bulldlng 4\.-re the
membera of the Currnn graft Ineeatlfa
thm comniltfe. And one of them w.is
, ,,i. other iin.ii Jamea \ Bmlth, "th*
marryini Aldennnn" AMannan Bmlth
..ii hearlng lo1 waa amntod on auch tn
lm< ortanl matter a-; n marriage, ea
cueed hlnuiall la hM colleeg--, and.
niahlng down to Um baeea-oat, made
s.-ii.ii- Domlnguei ?< benodkl for the
.H.i tim.-. and the Bachelor ot Ar's
Tbe part) then adjourned to the
Aator ii- use for a weddlng luncheon
i ,. i. graph le Tba TiIbaa. l
Cnliiinlitis. iilno, Nov. |K. Mrs. Her
ii.ii.l Siniili said to-nlght she arid ber
htwhand knen aothtng "i their daugh
ter'i marriage and refuaed '<? belleVfl
ih.- r. port until COnBlB-Od by the girl
beraelf. Mrs. Bmlth said MMO Kathryn
wai ti"' -Dggged to agj ena la Naw
NEW YORK FORBIDDEN HER
Shoplifter Oets Light Fine on
Mra, Si.muei Laa, al n.w Bedford.
Maaa, who plaadfld gutity to the theft of
two pins. worth $?;*->, from a dopaitmaatI
atore, waa Saed UM hy tne justh-.-s ofl
Special Bflflfltflflg yflatflrday, on ooodUltfn
that io atay aad af Now Tork
Thfl c.fi.lltioti w.is mad. flftflf lhe fltOTfl I
, , |. , tj,, bad i"i'l thfl COW t thal a vt-ai
i?.i Mra L_fl_ araa auapeeted "f abopttft- i
Ing in Um s.ime store. ihi huabaad is ,
.said t<> I? eonneeted wlth a department
atore in New Hedtord.
- DURINCl -
The National American Woman Suffrage
Association Convention in Philadelphia
November 21st to 2oih
Articles b. IIU HISTED HARPER
will appear every day
EXCLUSIVT.l.Y in tlie
i Cooper Unicn Audience Hears
About Striking Miners.
TREATED AS DOGS, SHE SAYS
I'Well Win Thig Pight if We
Have to Do It with Can
nons," She Declares.
roefded e'ooper I'nlon tiudienc.
j Uatened f.?- ,,Ver an hour last nlght to
th? sti,:iuK remarhfl et ? nuthiUj. white
; hafared little woman nrho told them stories
( of -ufferirig and mlQflry in the eoalrields
, e.f West VlrKllii.-i. BflCh tlm.- tliat she
?topped t., gain her breath tiie sudleace
i e.f aaarlj three Ibnaaand ,-heered untn
they aere blaraa ghe ?rai Mother Jeeaa
who haa Per years fought tbe Ighti of the
mlnei-s and nuroid t|,,|, u,,m,.n and ehil
dt-.-ii eluilng tlmes of trouble and si,*k
John W. Mr-.wn. reprflaeatlai oiatrtct 17
Of thfl l'nlted Mlne Work.-rs of America,
ahe came fr>>m the eeelfleldi of virginia
alth Mother Joaas, tlrst brtefly explained
th,- trouble- ln the Kanawha Valley. Me
s.ii,i tbat the Kanawha Rlver dfvtdod
th.- two great raaWeldfl ,.f the valley,
within a radlUfl of forty laOflfl ,if Charles.
ton. ?)n the east side eif tlie rlver. where
ruae the Kanawhe A Michigan Rallrsad,
the mlne-rs were- working uneler unlon
eondltloafl, irhllfl on th- ireat si.ie. where
Operatea the CheSBBOaha a> Ohlo road, the
, oa| ..wn.-rs i-efus.-el to treat wlth tlie
Batoa men atn! hael brought "scab labor"
1 ron N'.w v,,ik.
Mother JeaeS asM she went down 'to
see- my bejrfl beeaaofl 1 knea that they
;?;.nte.l me. The solelleih anl detective.
! trled to prevent my me-e-tini: them, but
by the Keternal <b..i 1 mud,- them stand
1 flfltdfl, aad 1 aaa m> boys and erganlsed
I them." Continulng, she said:
I "K< ni*- in her most iagndai iajn araa
ne*ver chargeel wlth flUCh brutality as can
bs eharaad to those daaorlnoB pirates -
th? Bperaton aad eapttaMeta America,
to permlt sich coiidltions. has arrlved
Bl flUCh fl stat,- as t.,e.k RoiBfl an.l li.iby
| lon thOuasadl of years. Vou people ha\o
ii bunch of Moedeuckeri snd rabbers
down there in Wall Street who run this
country. 1 here ao rospsct f,,r then; ao.
1 wouldu t .-ure- if the] baraed tn halL
Bul rou get de.wn on your knees and
I am l,.-i. *v 1 MKhtei trom thfl battle
Mdfl not as a glfted orator The condi?
tions in W.-st Virginia are unknown flleO*
where Twelv.- yeara ago I. an old w?ni
an. w,-nt there and sp.-nt Btghtfl tramplng
tbroUffe the mugh mountains. e-ne-ourag
iiii.- th.- me-ii 111 tbe work end nrgtna
them not to strike. but to wait. I organ
i/-,i them ou both sieb- e.f tiie- river, and
all was peace and pleaty. Bul now, .-,-,?
what tbe oondltlena nre. Thej ai-.- belng
?terved sad nrhlpped about as an sme
de.gs 1 be-bi meettoga th, re. No argan*
iz?r. for elght yeara paat, bad ever dared
te flntfl) the.s. li.lds BUl I have no mas
1.1 uid want noa* 1 knea meel of
thoee no n rinee they ivere Uttte boya -a
greal man) 1 bave auraed upoo my kn,,
and, bj th, Qod ebove m,-. 1 iwaar tbat
the) shall snffe-r ne, nieir.-. We- II win this
llgllt. If We hl',- tO ein It Witll e-alllle.ll ."
U beii sp.-aklng of .1 e-ominitt. ?? <'overnor
eilu-s,-oe-k liad s,-nt to blVOfltlgate eondl
Uoim sh< aald "He eboei ?. aohUer, h
lei-.be,p. ;, l.ew-.r .enel nll. othern who
!.,-.e nevflu done- anj work iie,? could
.11 evei realtse tha BfldfreHag of
mi boya whea the-v itagger bomei ecreai
tbe me.uiit.iln ? i.e tlie kenn.-ls graated
Ihe 111 h) thelr 'iiaBters''''
.--.eti.-.i 4,irtr,e(-e- fe.r flreesen
R,h! with th. tfi and tb.-ir honie-s f,,r
, at.- and iii..n>_ .enel feere-lgn RdSShMM
aad ..ii tb.et foldaroir flbfl dflclared,
Th? meetlng was hei.i undei tbeauepleea
of the Unlted Mlm WTorhers of Aawrtra
GAYNOR 0VERL00KS BET
Had a Grand Opportunity to
Write a Letter to Suffragettes.
Mayor Qaynot la .1 i-!.-at dIsappotntiaeBi
10 Mlaa Mary Oarretl Hay Whea flhe
r>.-tit blm .en lnvltatlon t.> attead the "w>-i
com< itome** te Mrs carrle Chapmen Catl
t.,-1 iKbt at Caraagfc Hall, Mis- Hay
litdn'l i> i.ll'- say?or, rather, she lsn't
?nything abeal abethei flbfl ??**
peetcd hlm ??> acoapl her lavttatka, bul
.-11.? |a dlaappolnted not to hav, laoelved ?
i,(t, 1 11,11, hai hoaor. ii areald iia*???
1,, 11 Auch -ui opportunity for one of those
eb-iie lems eptatlea!
Tbere- w.is parlial i ? < oni|.en.-e in I let*
t.-r from "IIIk Hlll" Kelwards. saylnf* bfl
flrOUld bfl v?-i") eslael. anel. pb-iise-. > etulel he
i-iIhk iwe, frthndsT Ceatrolter Preader*
^.1 1 snd Lawaoa Puniy also acsepted ths
lnvltatle.il. Tb.y wlll aii sii as Mrs. Rllfl
>., 11 Bsge'a gueeta In H" box whleh she
't. rt .1 t.i Ihe e-lty e.flb ials. Tlie re-st of
Ihe houae la se>id out. e?nly the two up
paf gallerlee win bfl free.
Thfl prograreme laeludea two-mlnute
s|.ti. s from atout Iwenty-live dlfferent
people, who must say the-lr little word
eef aeleorae to the woman*who put a
suffrage- glrdlfl round the world. The,
Internatlonal greetlng wlll come Brel
with reprvMntatlves of every county
ableh Mra. Catl vlslted They wlll be
arrayed In natlve coetuaM and win pre?
sent Mis Catt wlth a sllke-n flag of afl~h
country. The- national greetlng win i.e
?polMn b) i>. Anna Howard Bnaw, who
is coming frorn Philadelphia, ahewa slu
has been fe.r .< aeeh plannlng for thfl
National Buffraae Coaventlon, ahlch
opena on Thuraday. Varlous presldenta I
,,1 st.it>- BUffrage saaodatlonfl win, are in
toarn em thelr way to Pblladelpbla wlll
?p*ah alsn Miss Aii..- Stoii,- Hlae-kwe-ll.
,ei M<_eachuactta; Mrs. Harrlet Taylor
Upton, of Ohlo: Mrs. Btfward L_ Felckert,
,,t N'.w I,, s.\ and Mrs. Kll.-n H. K.
Price, of l'.-iins> Ivanla, will he- among
t li, 111. hlea Ve.rk suffrage sooletles w ill 1
11, rcpreflented b) Mrs. James Leee Lald*
laa Mi- William Warner Penfleld. Mrs
ei 11. p, Belmont. Mis- Herriet May
Mills. Mrs. Ilarri.,1 Siatiton Blatcb, Mrs.
e'haibs Tiff.en\ and George roeter Pea* j
bodv. Miss Mar\ tlar'rett Hav wlll prc
BEAT WIFE AFTER PRAYERS
Hindu Cult Practices Pleaded
in Divorce Suit.
"Wasblngton, Hov. is. -Cbargea that lier
busbend is k deve tea >?f ? Hindn cull snd ,
1.1 mlnatefl hta datty prayen b) beatlng
he-; an- iiia.le- b) Mis. l.aura Appold In '
? pctiUon for ? limli*<l ellveire <? from Al- '
bert Appold I'led ln the Ihsttbt Siipn-ii
Mrs. Appoeil inforineil the cOUrl tlu '
Sboul ti', jreara ago her bashaad, an
-iiiieio..e e>; tbe .navy yard, ~?>i:.*- ?-i tlu
\eei.int.i Soctety, whlch ibe deecrlbad "-'
"a reiigi.eii uf 1 ?'?''Ullar belleffl hihj prac
ibe-s.'- sad ibat alnce then ba tisul iu,..i>
i,, 1 ih, \|.tim "I .riielty foilowliiK .u-.
prayara Bnd Ineaatatlm ?
lt l> flhaiged Ibat Appold p?-rf?>rin-*<l tbe|
morning ceremony of tha cult ln icaat)
attire- by eloiug u daaOfl lu the parlor. .
Th<- wife gvera thal "a Maeh man ,-iaim- ,
ing lo be- a blkli Hinelu fumtionai y. ' wa?
brougbl tn be r i.ouie- b> ber buehaad anei
thal ahe wai eoaipelled i<> feed aad shei
Mrs. Appold told the eeart thal ibs bas
liie,l of the slr.-nuous eer^nioii... as she 1
,\ekbs pat) Blaety-llva poundti, BrhMa her j
husband welghs 180. and says she ls l.i I
fear of her llfe
Housewives' Leagues Make
Progress in Germany
The Country Members Raise
Produce for the Town
Members to Buy.
The iio.isewlves Ifl tbfl eeatera part >.
Qfll laany have orlginated an tn;;t nlous
lyeteni for suppljln^ their houaehoMi
wltli pure food of .-uperior ipiallty, flC
cordltig to a recent fltahMBcnl flf 4'onsul
. i;.-neral Thackara. in the Dally I'onsului
? Trade Reporta.
These women lorn; th< m-elves into
housewivea' as-oclatlon*. fl Inch BTfl .i
on tho prtnciph- of co-operatfcm and
mutuai fl_B_Nancfl betiflflfla Um houwe
kcepers of the town and th< QOUOtry.
The country women help ralflfl and mar?
ket the produce for thfl town ATOflM tl t"
buy. Both owners of large <stat< s nnd
peasants' wlves helong tfl thfl OOMtry end
of the assoclatlons. Trfc report 3ays ,n
"The rnoBt Interesting activity of the
housewlves' assoelatlons _ the mainten
ance. through the medtum of Mih-oi
ganlzatfons, of market halls. Thfl mark. t
1 hall consists of on?- or more reoiflfl et n
trally located; thlther th. counti.v or pi'o
duclng members b.ing tlu-ir goodi for
sale to the city or trwiflamiflg membera
They must pay yearly dues of from T'i
ivnts to 11 20. and must agree to sell all
their produrts through thfl hall, wlth
certaln exieptlon? as to perlshable good
or those which are very bulky.
" 'Inferlor goods may not be auppMei
under any circumstances, and mav be
sent back by the saleswoman,' the by
laws of one associatlon provide. 'Kggs
must always be clean and bear the stamp
of the seller. New lald eggs must be
stnmped wlth blue or black ink; older
eggs wlth red ink. All other artlcles
must also be stamped or otherwlse
maiked to show their origln. Prepared
nieats. Buch as aausage, ham, etc, muat
be accompanied by a certlflcate of the
offlcial meat inspector: fresh meat must
he stamped by the loeal veterinarian or
the slaughter house authoritles."
"The producers or sellers set the prkes
j at whleh the goods are boM m monthly
I mcetlngs. which the city members are at
Uberty to attend. The prii-ea range, as
? rule, sllghtly hlgher than tn the gen?
eral markets. but, lt ls claimed. the
greater purlty and general superorlty of
the artlcles sold are more than an offset.
Producer and Conaumer Cloeer.
"The work of recelvlng and selllng thfl
goods at thfl market hall ls performed
by, BOJeewomen, who are dlrected by a
lommittee of the associatlon also charged
Nith the conduet of the oth.T buslness
of the market hall. This committee
usually consists of two city members and
one country member. The i ost of malu
lainlng the hall. paying Um aaleewOBMa,
.tc . ls met out >>f a fund lonsisiing of 10
per cent withdraw n monthly from th
?Tflflfl recelpts of the hall. The r.nmlnlng
N |>- i cent Is paid tO the countl> inem
bfltfl ror their ?ooda. in pr.>|s?rtlon. of
? ourse. as they hav. provlded tii.in. This
bi._:ne_fl, bot.i s.-lllng at.d buyii ?. WM
IdOflM entinly flitUll thfl lOiiltiie- of lUe
I member-hip ?< Um >? veral hoUMVhes'
[ flflfloctathMa Ouifl-derfl* are not p-redti d^
11>. partlolpatfl la any way.
[ "The oi.Ject of tbfl halls ls not only to
I enabh; farmers' atteca to hkve a ready
( rnarket in which lo fllapofla of tIt* li warea
and tbfl city wtVflfl ? Ofllttt- m which to
I buy goodfl of AflflUTfld value and punty.
but ais.i to tuiiiK tha tero cla?ae ?ptm
dueara Had __aaa_aerfl mta bettflr mutuai
iiiidaifltandliig Tba eaeaa aoaaa-l at
| taln.d through the meihum of tl" B___*
i ket hall la __ppoflad to aBabfa eaeh to
gain aa InaajM late cendltlepa of p?o
ductioii aad OBflfliumptloa. The membera.
both country and .? 11>." flflff tbfl by-law_ of
..II. flflflOl iatloli. should keep lu touch
wlth the rnhflWOflflflflJ and from thfcOi
laara for what piedaeM Ihere is at the
tnomerii th> great.st lflflBfl_-d and of wliat
, gaoda there is a fluporBulty.'
i Other Avenuea of Aaaocifltion Activity.
! "The a-U-IUea of .he hous.wives' asao
i eiatloiis are not OOnBaed to the mainte
! nanc- of the market hall.-. In Baal
Prussia. particulaily. they aie closely lB
touch witli the provlnclai Chambcr of
Agriculture. Membera of housewivea" BB>
japfllfltlona hav.- heen admltted to certain
of the chamber's worklng commlUeeB. and
certaln suhventlons are allow.d the asso
clations b> th. chamher out of the funds
which th- Prussian Ministry of Agrl?
culture places at the dUposal of all cham
bers of agrlculture for the promotion flf
that braneh of industry. The housewlves'
AflflOdatlOUfl are actlve in promotlng poul?
try breeding and vegetable growlng among
the country women, and to asslst lr. tht*
work the ("hamber of Agrlculture ln East
Prussia has placed the servlces of Its
travelling iecturers on hortlculture and
poultry breeding at their dlsposal.
"After the market halla the moat tan-,
gible result which the aasociatlons havsV
accomplished is in the way of educatlon.
As a result of their activity in this de?
partment the Kronprinzessin Ceclll*
Schule was opened on June -2 last at*
Metgethen. near Konigsberg, in Eaati
Prussia. The school ls Intended to pro
vide a better economlc educatlon for th*
young women of the country. A substan
tlal bulldlng ls equipped aith model
i kitchens. llbrary. elassrooms, and dormi
tories; ln the surrounding grounds ar*
experlmental vtgetable gardens, equip?
ment for poultry breeding, etc. The full
course requires one year, and includea
the study of food products. botany. hy
glene, aatural hl-tory. buokkeeptng and
1 eicmentary igrleultaral law and economy.
aa w.ll as practical work and experlmeii
Postai Card Departments
All commun.cations (and they are welcome) should be made by postai. as far
as it is poss;ble.
Recipes Tested and
All rc.-u-es afl*flfl-t-U bl t:?? I.?? -? '
. n IMted.
? -. -t.it. .1
\*\r\ _M?S?artin___ ara flaed H?? ??- "'""
rwi depertment arlll ba ?i--i to anawee aay
,ull__ry ?_eatt_fl MbaaltU- '
?lii im- redpea . ,f ,.
tddreas i.tlnarji Edltor, Ke- _ei- m-flae,
No i.">a nh-.-.... atreet
This ieD-tU-Mi "in nol i
tM-aacrtol whleh la w
naa-pa im retom. Ktadij h* o??
wlth aueetlone refltrlrtflfl an ifl-wei -1
WHta on oal> __a -Ma af <>?- flepeir aad __a
tiiat nutn. and a__l-.?""> "",l " "
UAITI.KS WITH P.I'K.-r-e one .up
of miik, one taMaapoooful of better, un
and a half cups of rice flour. a M_M "'
mmumeail reaal and a teaspoonful oi
salt Make a latter the flflflM as to,
hraad and set lt ta ralaa ever night or
early la lha B-amlag. Wtma llght ead
apoag) beat tba tnlxtur. well an.l add 10
it a teaspoonful of soda and half a CUP
Al wheat Hour; three agga beetea aapa
ratdv. adding yolks tirst, then the Whltaa.
Ilave UM -Httle irons well greased and
hor. pour ln the batter qulckly and bake
both sldes a llght brown
TOMATO JBIAT. Boah thn e-fourtha
r.f a DOfl Of gelatlne in one-half a cup?
ful of ?ater M.anwhlle cook one-halt
daaaa toaaatoea tor one oaa of tomatoesi
for ten minutes with half an onion. one
stalk of fletory. a bay leaf. two clovs. a
teaspoonful of salt and a dash of paprlka.
Then add to this two t-MeflPOOnf-Ifl ot
lemon Julce and the dlssolved gelatlne.
Ktraln the mixture carefully and mould
in fancy shaped moulds. Serve on let
taea bearta with naayonaalaa dressing
M'g. M.-riden. I'onn.
A RJBABONABLE CHOCOLATI CAKEf.
I'or this cake use the followlng ingre
.lletits: Oafl or two eggs, one cupful of
miik. one and flnohOH cupfuls of Hour.
one-half t. aspoonful of baklng powder.
oafl teeapooaful of soda, aaa fourth of a
cake of chocolate and vanilla to flavor.
freatu tha butter and the BUgar and add
to this the eggs. which should bfl Wflll
beaten, aad ooe-half the miik (one-half
ctipf-l); then meit the ebocetflte ln the
other one-half cupful of mil- and ooe.
i, bflfora kddlag to the batter. MoUteaj
rh, floda Bbgbtty and add it at the Iflflt.
itake Ifl layera The RMMbfl niiing is aaad?
as follows: Uflfl on. cupful of powdered
flUgU- and two UbMflPaonfnla Of C.>?'?
creamed arlth oae laMeepoen-Ul of but-]
it flnd ni' ist.-ned WlUi coffee. Add tiie
vanllla Bav-rlag. Do aat eooh It Bpread
thfl MHng after lt ls well flttrrod. W. K.. ,
K.ienv'.llc N. V _
swi:i:t POTATO appi.ks.-HoU the.
requlrcd number of Bweet potateee, pe. i j
and maah them aad taaaaa arlth aall and
pepper W'hUa they are atlll warm shape ,
Ihcm IntO apple like form- and Ins.-i t a j
I i,,vc nt one and of flflflh apple'' to simu
i.ite Um _____ -*la aay ba tamt some I
ti,,,. before Ihey eae Lo ba aarved A rewl
minutes before they are haadan paai a|
Httle mllk over flflflh "appN" Oed place j
them la thfl ovfla la aroara. Theea taahej
not onty a deUc'-oufl vegetable, bul flre al
\er\ iittra.thc mrnlflh foi a ri-uri
,? M _,, l.rsey ilty, X J.
i u.vXHKRltY Pli: niXlXU - Kor this |
pieNllllllg use one cupful of etUabl-l-Vfl,
three-faurthfl <>f a <upf.il ->f sugar. ane
CUpfUl of iM.lling wat-r. thlcketied with
,,,.,? teaspoonful of cornstarch and two
ciipfuls of raislns 4"ook all th-flfl lB?
?redlenta together until tha ernnherrlea
ar> thoroughlv cooked Then flflfljl the
i.n\ture flnd idd vanllla. I'se this AflflflUUt i
of lllllng for on. plfl only, then put it ln
u ple plate wlth an undereiust aad aahfl
it in th.- iiv.ii. -J. W. I'
iWill arri-W flttflai 'end ml'lre-s?)
Useful Household Tips
ehl- .>pirti,,ent aill ,a. for 1,0 :?.?.io:,l ''P?
ir round a.uilal-lc for its purrnv A ?? "
??.. H.i __l old Ttpfl >'? i-'"' ? "?? * ?'*""
Yrrk 'I'rlt.une. No. IW Na-s ??< atraM
IIOSP1TAI. e'oi'N'!', ".g IN THR
HOME. My bm of heepie eoiiiiterpeiie
ii,,- been notlofld by my frlenda, aad they
are Imltatlng thi economy of the ^o-n
Tl - LuiiflBfllfl not so mueh In tiie- lower
prlea of the arttck as ln tb< asi
?trength ln wsahlng tla bed cevera, wMeb
.11. s.-ar.-ei.v bearler than sbeeta Haa*
;,ital e-ouiit. rpanes eonie- in ;>r,*tiy fltli|MS
and patternS "nd usually a: v. of rather
a erSpellbe aeeve. wbleb does awe) wltb
iroiiing. MR* J ?*?? "
?IMPLTPT1NG THB WAITRKSSS Dl
TIKS. Wh.-re tbe re is only one mald and
? u.utr.-ss must be hlred from the out
sieie- ,,, iie Ip v. itli ? liiiie-lieon oi a dinner
party lt ~?'i,~ trouble to wrlte* out tbe
in,mi. with any special comuients al to
partlculer ways tt eervtaaj, a:id pin ?
.opy in th,- kltChOB and another ln the
p.viitry. Then have the ptatea ready. la
1 elb-d With tlie- diff'Tent eOUMaa for
which tbey ai, intflndad, ami even an
lnexperienced waltress can manage with?
out e-onfiislon, sad the cook aill be free
lo devote all her attentle.n to her own
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Raais, n v.
A Ull POR BW1 OF SOAP. The
tollet soap aada <>f a household may be?
satlsfactorlly utllized if cut Into thln
sbavlngs and dteflOlTfld in B small amount
of warta water. Add to thifl soapy mlxt?
ure three tablesr.oonfuls of eau de cologne
and one tahlespoonf.il of lemon Julce.
Then iK?ur the mlxture into any small
mouleis. such as the tops Of baking pow
d> r tins Th.- MfljuM wlll hai-d?n inlo
sinall. flat cakes.
TO i'I.KAN WI1ITK BKDST_AD8 ?
Te cl.-an a flrhltfl iron bedstead. rub It
thoroughly with B elamp cloth and a little
cooking soda. Thla will leave the heel
st.-ail ,-1,-an and white.
Ti) CLRAN MAKHI.l?:. - Marble shoul.l
h, rubbed \!go:ou.-iy with a doth wraag
ii. uiy dry ..ut of eold water, eiust.e:
Whlte still ilamp wlth I'.uir. drled wlth .1
plaoa ,.;' whlte Bannel snd pottshetll wltb
ihainois -kin BOBp flbOUM "? I ? f Be BOfld
in CtCflaflllag marble-.
Daily Bill of Fare
HHKAKI'AHT. e'rapelrult nimt and
hominy naqaottoa rye brasd. eaffee.
|.l'Ni.'ll_i>N <>l'- St PI'KH. - Toinuto
oilielel. Med |*otato.H. _rJhaill LreaU.
?tewed i" mi, s. waft ra, lea
ihnnkk. Oysteta oa th. half sh-*n.
hn.ii. J cbtekea. ndotd gihaea, Preach
p.-as. *>otatoes with hflfWWa batt-r. ni.-kl-el
beets N> apoHUui BMuesa, eeSToe.
RIGHT WAY TO STEW PRUNES.
\\}g M i!,,- prUMfl and soak Ih.lii o\*i
nijbt in >"id flftUes; In th.* raerntng oov*
thi m ilowl) bi tbe water la which tla.
w.r, -oaked. aelellng .-mgar to tast,.- and
flve- el|- -J\ Sii, tt e,| btleeell
GAS STOVE COVER.
d> Thi- ahewa a aoval metho?i of hi-iiu.
th.- gas stove for one's eiresser. It is
*>aslly maele by moimtlng the bust aid
heael of a eloll on a lampflhade llke a
sbaped plee-e of cardboard. Make a slu.
about the slxc of the dlameter of the ga.,
tubiieg at Ibe bottom edge of cardboard.
and eeaaeet the tublng to the stove
through this aperture. The dcll ihould bfl
able to fltan-1 oi. the cardboard baee>