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WITH SUFFRAGE TALK
-Week of Rest" for New York While Equal
Rights Convention Is On?No
B.T 1(1- Huslrd llaritrr.
i and N. w York are to
!; the former heoause it
have .1 whole \o<k of woman suf
fra_. _] th" most cminent
Tl(,. ' the eonntry; Wew York because
r/aole areeb af real trom j
-.... rva llm
|.; ? hopi araa ahattered at :
ifTrace luncheon Tuesday at
t woman" is to k.e;.
o longer. Heretofore men. it ia BaUL
In bel_| able to find one :
who wtiiild let them do
,H tt,, talklng, but now. alas, even these
h?vf decided ottkially that "it is higa
un ? ther* ahould i>e aa aDest weaaeav."
in fact, knew th.re bad baaa
an> for a long. long while. n< ?\>i> ,|.i\ -
of anti-suffragi^ts sp-aking
ln public at all sorts of places on all
kitid* of anbjecta, bal it aaaaaa that it
,ral . talk'' when lt ls ln favor
of suffrage, and that ooaaea pretty near
btiiig U ?' N";v OI the "anti.s''
i_ to be. "Bore th.- menf" Well. they
co'i'.dn't do lt more effectualll1 than tO
.eg them t.ot to allow New York women
my volce in the government of citles or
stdte. A maa who wouldn't be bored by
that Wod of talk ls not much of a man.
It waa a very tlred lot af women, that
advance g_ard. who moved on to
Phllade'.rh a from New Vork. In ten
,.ay_' tlma they had managed nnd par
:ated ln a parade of _0,<X>0 a*_-_--f-et8;
th* > had I ? .1 one mass meeting ln < a. -
n*gie H_:i 10 celebrate the enfranchlae
_Mnt of another million wpnien ln four
more atati -. and a eecond to welcome
hotne their lnternational presldent from
havlng '."?ganized the women of the
wtole *T?rld for suffrage."
There were a few score imaller
.-.-?- ? hlch they do not stop to count
the*e buay days, but all were forgotten
when thejr unfolded thHr morning papers
and read the accounts of the antl-stiffrage
luncheon at Sherry's. They were llke the
llttle boy whose teacher soolded him for
liughing out loud ln sehoo)
"I didn't mean V>." he aald, "b'.it 1 was
Kniiling and the pmile bursted."
That le Just what happened on the
attd aaa been happenlng ever sim e.
a_ they have passed these reports around
eadqat-rtara at the Hotel Walton to
>y the other delegates There
b_ beea mVMJOt Indeed that they would
the aertaaa buafneaa of the con
?s ha\e a Btrei-f *<nse of
hunior: if they ?li<in't have lt at the be
M .-n developed by the
Thlnk HeO Itoeh wiii
Itad-dtr-g up in the excluslve pre
-niid all those ari*to
atl-l iffraglFt?. and polemnly dc
!.. rot ?rm men'a pantataeni ?
? |f i - frerfl II I -hades
the women notv
avoreat tOt yuttrHg" do not
? ire ever wa* a tlme when erery
he ndVenatflrt it ?ai. taui.ted with
__nth_| l__r_y am ie of j
reL But ICia. Wiillams is atill
? iai <i;..'i, ?_? aad ber aaaartlo
? ,i wlth loud appLaiiet
. ? dwellera
>\ tmutn.** ah<
allcH than to be a trapeaa per- r
former or bateback nder."
'I'aK.' < d?. Ol :edu uvian and j
' and se?. what exe.-ll? nt :
iw.ik women are doing la both tl
lt wlll l that women
'he physical _trer_ftk even if
haven'l the huaaaa rati
National Suffrage History.
I is the forty-foui tli annual OOBvea- I
tioj. of UM National Woman Suffrage!
Aa*4> latlon. whleh was a_aa_ded by Su.-an ,
v lirthaaj and Bttaabeth Cady stantou
ln May. i.t>9, at what wa_ known a t ?
V\ooian's Bureau. n l..t _M 8l
K*w _?rk, where the Metropolitan Life [
Buildlr.g now stands. Nineteen ?tatps
?ere :eire_ente<l by delegates who had
come to a conventlon of the Equal Et-fhtl
Awociation. formed after the <r. il War.
? nders of the movement for woman I
?uffraRe declded that this organir.ation
tt?d entirely too much latitude a<i
tO -peakers and subjeds and that they
WOtlM fbrm one for their own speoifie.
ObJect This was drne with over a hun
dred Charter members and Mra. Ktanton
?a^ made president and Miss Anthony
fhalnaail of the executive committee. In
tlie forty-three yOOra arbJCb have fol?
iowed the assoriation never haa missed
holding its annual convention, always in
Washlngton until Wo, when it began go?
lng to different cities.
Mra. stanton was preeldenl aatll UM,
at* '.iid doara the gavel at the age
nf BOreuty BBTOn. Miss Anthony held
this offlee until 1900, when she celebrated
her elghtleth birthday and aaked to be
relieved from the piealdency. Two wom?
en were regarded by the association and
htrself as equally capable of fllllng lt?
Dr. Anna Howard Shaw and Mrs. Carrle
Chapman Catt. Aa there never had been
a salary attaehed to the position, and
Mias Shaw was entirely dependent on
her lecture work, Mra. Catt was per
suadrd to take the offlee. In 1904 she
gave it up to undertake the organixation
of the International Woman Suffrage Al
liance. and Dr. Shaw most reluctantly
ptod it At eai h convention a few of
1 the dlsgruntled. who are alwaya ln evl
, dence in all organizations. talk about an?
other eandidate. but the deiegatea stand
alinost aolldly for Miss Shaw. Thla wlll
undoubtedly be the case at the present
meeting. With Ita past record of presl
dents the aasoclation will never have any
but a "natlonal" woman at Its head. and
it wlll want this woman to be one who
eonsecrated her aervice to tha movement
in ita days of defeat and discouragement,
rather than one who would come in at
the hour of trlumph to take the rewards
of the long conteeted and dearly bought
Partiian or Non-Partiaan.
What promtBBB a very spirited discus
sion is the resolution of Mrs. George
Howard l.ewis. of Buffalo. requtring ofh
cera and members to remain non-partisan
in politieal carnpaisins It is prohabll
that the word "membera" wiii have t.. >.
eliminated, but there will doubtless be a
atrong aentJaaenl in favor of putting on
r. ? ord in laapact to offtOOTa what has al
iuls been the unwrltten but carefully
red pollry of the asao. iaton Th. ?
? minns often bubble and boil in dis
on, but aearer faii to elrnmer down
at the end. for these strong rnlnded WOfXt
en have sense enough to know that at
this moart <rit!'al period in the movement
.nman suffrage harmony and unlon
HETTY GREEN IS 78 TO-DAY
Will Celebrate Her Birthday by
Hard Work, as Usual.
This i* the birthdav of Hetty Oreen,
araaltlrleal woman ln tba
Cnited Blatea She was borai in 18JI in
Now Hedford Mass . and ? onsequently ls
tj-cight \ears old. The newspapen
prrsistenly BjtMted Mrs. \fre>r. ? -
,, aeventy-elx, "?< ahe ^aid jreetaralaj
that Bhe was seventy-sevrn
If nothing happens to upset her p ?
i artli be found to-day at her
? raasewood daab m her prlratt offk-e
dwav. where. on the atxth
? ? ,!:< aad ' ? r son. <"olonel
ESdwai IH i; Qre* n. manaxe tbeli i rop
lei 'i e t ama of the uraatmlalatei
laolsed by 1 am about three
?|,, gjj ;,;. .. ia *;?""! i;<? ; ah
, ? dMnei Oreen. arbom ahe ?
ait.nding to th< ir cot r< -
adenco and maii yesterday aft'-rnoon,
? ? they that they demed
themeelvee to reporters who called during
th. afterfMOfl to get mterviews with tho
aajt d b iBlnaan afoanaa
Tne . krrba in the llttle offlee th
n ai. l the OOtonel wouldn't be
to got into their new automobile
anl ride away to their hom<-, No. .". West
Mtk street. until a late hour. Aa for tlie
programme to-day, they arere Bara Mrs.
B arouM a<cept no Bubstitutiou for
ffOrh ivfti on her seventy-eighth anni
.\?!-ary. Still. it may be that the colonel
will take his mother 9or a "llttle ride up
town" about H o cloek in tbe afternoon
as he did lact year.
MISS ALICE AINSCOE
th# daintv Uttla comadfrnr-*, who reeently eupenntended the re
Vnal of the -w./ard of OW In Roston and New- York. wrltee:
1 weai tbe KLOSFIT Petticoal becauae II haa superseded all
other petticoata In eoraf???i. conirenlenea and st>ie
lt i? ? ertain tn.-c th
j KLOSFIT PETTICOAT 1
haa made lteelf verv popuiar with ladie* of the thcatrieal profe*
Ltoo^wllo ara often'recoBoixed as the real leaafara of style in
The Kloatlt has patoated
featur*K of elast ? araiatband, and
"V ' ahaped gussett*. arhl< h Inaera a
perfect tit wlthout the alinhte ?
teration. HavluK no old-raabtoned
knol oi ' ome looae,
KLOSFIT readily adapts Hwelf
to any farm, and fita mntAgly, per
fectly, gracefully. It not only en
harn-es the beauty of a good figui',
hat poaltlTely h? lps to htde the d*>
..f a poor one. Snapa fast be*
huid with a thln alove cfausp- Con
venlent, < ?onfortalde and extremely
-tvliah Made ln all Petticoal fab
iri all the uajal slia'les No
bigher ln prlee than other PettiOoat*
Cottoa 81.50 to 83. 841k 88 aad up.
AT DKALER8 BVEKYWHBRB
SUFFRAG1STS FLOCK TO
Hundreds of Delegates in Phila?
delphia for National Asso?
ciation Annual Meeting.
'?BIGGEST EVER," DR. SHAW
Notable Men and Women Will
Make Addresses ? Open Air
Demonstration in Indepen
dence Square a Feature.
I'hiladelphia. Nov. 20 -Enthusiastic ln
the belief that their eause will trlumph
and that the privilege of the ballot wlll
he granted women throughout the I'nlted
Stateg wlhin the next few years, hun?
dreds of delegates from all parts of the
country arrlved here to-day to participate
In tbe fourth annual convention of the
National American Women Suffrage As?
sociation. which will open ifs sesslons
to-morrow. Headquarters have been es
Ubllshed In a big hotel, the lobby of
whjrh ls liberally decorate. wth large
yellow postcrs outlning briefly the con
vetitlon programm*. and flass bearing
the suffraglHts' war cry: "Votes for
Among the. nationa offieers here ar*
James Lee I.aidlaw, secretary; Mlss Jen
nle Aahley. treasurer; Mra. Mary Ware
Bennett. auditor, and Mlss Susan Walker
Fitzgerald, recordlng secretary'. J- "
Braley. of the t'allfornla Men's Tyague.
who ls refcrred to as the "father of
woman suffrage In California," and one
of the few men delegates to the conven?
tion, said to-day that the men of hl*
state are lntmsely lnterested ln the strug
gle being waged ln ths Kast ln behalf
of aniaan'a riKhtF He predicted that the
efforts t>eing exerted for the rause would.
before manv years, prove successsful.
Will Jolt Philadelphia.
Pr. Anna Shaw, national presldent, de
Hares thal this convention will KHe
Thiladelphia a blg jolt In the rigtrt fdree
tloa and will help materialK tha 8U_tra_8
earapatga ln Pcnnsylvania.
?This i* the biggest conventloa areee
ever had." Dr. ihaw aald, "?nd I think
lt vclll be the mowt cffe-tlve. New York
_n_ Petmsvlvania are runnuic close in
the rafbata -fhl which la being araajed
?II over the country. uattl oor membrr
- taereaead te i?o.ooo "
The convention. which Wlll CO_ttaue
untll next Tuesday, wlll be beVd in
IVitherahaon Hall. with twe se.ssions
the afternoon meetinc* betBff de
... buetneei mattera, while the nlarht
rtati win ba oi.en te the pabtte.
Dui ag the week thera will b? talk* be?
tween acta al many thcat^ hy prwrat
nent Ipeahera from dlfferent ser'ior.s of
ti ?- couatry
Precedlng tba opeen-l aeaetea to-mnr
,..? litemooii tha delegatea will man-h
from their headquarter* to [ndependence
Square, whera aa epea air aweilng w-m he
addressed by diMintruish-'i advoeatea or
aaval itghta tor areaaea
l?r. Anna Shaw. pnafldOBl of thr na?
tional ? aat lafJoa, will preatda ?t Um Iral
ataelon of tha eeervaattoa. Mayor ni?k
Mibora a n welceeas the ialaaaiaa te the
dty, ?nd Mra Btaa H PHce, praatdaataf
Ibe Pmaaylvaata ialfrage Aaaorlarlon;
will tatettd ? wetoerat r<o hehaif of that
otaaataatlea. Te-raerraw night has rwe-i
deaisaated M4arapat_rn night." arltb apaak
from ten mffraa* atatea Jaae
___, of Clrleaao, artll prealda aad Dr
Bl hw win eetta r bei aaaoal ??> U
Frlday night ha* been *n Bparl toi the
A Night for CoMegiam.
A feature af tha ceneentlon layaxpected
to i-e a dlarnarff on Baturday, "< ollea*
Night.'' of the merits of WOfBaa'S rtfhl .
|| M ''arry Thomas. pi'.-ident >>t t* e
Brya Ifawr CdUafe. arfll be m tha chair
an<l oollaga women will _j<*>ak both for
and against equal Mlffl-f*. Sunday after
noon there will be a massmeeting at the
Metiopolitan Opera Efeaaa,
N'ext Monday evenlng the *evsmn -.ill
be addressed by women of note ftc.in
foreljrn eountries who have been <on
?pleuaea ln the suffrage c-une. ln< ludlnt;
Haroness von Suttner, of Austrta, uru
versal peace advocate and wnt<r Mi>
Cariil Ttflf?* ratt' rresident of the
International Suffrage Alllan-e, will pre
The convention will close on Tuesday
wlth a butdness se*sion. Kollowing this
the Pennsylvanta State < onventlon wlll
ba lield ?nd l"1 two (1av"' ar,d many ?*
the preealaeat women suffragists win atay
over 88 the (tuests of the state associa?
Many men of piominence wlll address
the suffragists during the dlfferent i
sions of the convention, Includlng Geor?e
Koster Peabody, Jesse Lynch Wllllam^.
Iteglnald Wright Kauffman. Wtttrr By
nrr. the Uev. James Oratton Mythen, and
Krederick C. How*.
HIS HEART WORTH $2,000
Plaintiff Valued Husband's Af
fections at $50,000.
Mr*. Annle Zimmcrman recovered a ver
di< t for I-.0OO ln the Supreme Court yes
tnday ln her suit for lort.000 damaKes
against Mrs. Clara B. Konselman for
alienatlng the afTections of her husbniid.
Adam Zlmmerman. The suit ??? a fmn
tlv affalr, Mrs. Zimmerman s daughter
being marrlcd to Mrs. Koneelntau's son.
Counsel for Mrs. Zlmmerman asked
I Juattoa Giegerlch to set aslde the ret-tet
because it was Inadequate. The _C*Urt
teserved de< Islon. In case the Justh e
aeetaea against the motlon, counsel for
th" plaintiff wlll poshlbly move to aet
ahlde the verdict on the ground that one
of the Jurors was partlaily deaf and
could not near certain t?."tlmony that was
material to the caso of Mrs. Zimmerman.
KILLS WIFE, BABE AND SELF
Father Chloroforms Ail, but Sparcs
Two Older Children.
worcfstei, afaaa-j Nov. an.- John wood.
a grocr _ clerk. killed hls wlfe and baby
four months old. with chloroform while
they slept during th' night and ended
his life in the same manner. A note
found by his daughter. Oladys, thlrt.di
years old, when she awoke led to the
discovery of the bodles.
Gladys and another chtld, ten years of
age. slept In a room adjolning their par?
enta' i-hamber. After readlng the note
they attempted to enter the other room
and found the door locked. Nelghbors
forced tnelr way in.
Wood waa thirty-elght years old. and
had been employed by one concern mort
than twenty years. Family trouhles ere
llWiaahl tO ha\e caused the crim*.
POLICEWOMEN IN QUAKER CITY
Female Member of Los Angeles Force Convinces Public
Safety Director, and He Will Urge Councils
to Provide the Needed Funds.
IRi IWaaiBBBj to The T'dbune i
Philadelphla. Nov. 30-Director of Pub?
lic Safety Porter, after hcaring an ad
dresa by Mrs. Alice Stcbbins Wells, the
woman member of the Ix>s Angeks polhe
foreOi annouiieed this afternoon he would
request at once an adequate appropria
tion from Councila for the employment of
Mra. Wells ur?ed a higher general mo
rallty and more tender tare of the young,
saylng that this could be promoted by
oolicewomen. "We have gulded their
feet alnce the world benan," she Baid,
speaklng of the "strays" of the city
streeta, "and why shouldn't we do it now
in the day of their greatest need?"
Waahington. Nov. 30-Mrs. AHee Steb
bins Wells is In Washlugton aiding in the
agitatlon for policewomen here.
"One or more policewomen should B??
connerted with each police department
for the sole purpose of receiving i-un
plalnts from women, lf for nothlng else,"
declared Mrs. Wells ln an addresa before
a meetlng of prominent wornen lnterested
In the movement. "Women hesltate to
go to a pollceman for information and
Mrs. James J. Storrow Tell:
How to Do It.
FIRST AID FbR THE HEFTY
If You Can Imagine Yourself
Hanging by a Hook Your
Girls, >ou who are called "our very best
glrls" >es, yoa do you know what you
are doing DOWadayal Vou aie making
perfeetly pltlful exhibitlons of yoursehe.s
as regards posture. Vou dool know
any more boa* to star.d. walk or run
gtaoefully than u >oung ralf does.
And fathers. motheis, uncJ8B and aurits,
do \.mi haoaa tbai ><"ir ebneo bi abaa
lutely aaUMWT I?" yao know that your
kJeai af what is beautiful are Rrotesoue.
Inaoaaoeb that if the Veaana dl alllo cailed
nn >ou and BtOOd b. side foor own young
farnlntna fry the letter with th. ir beada
Bl ., | f. n ,.., and thrtr feet equeeied le
pobrtad hoea and tbai imrloni modernj
wiccle-w aggte iti their BMeementa ??''
aroold them aad thlnh Venui
lath, ? |oo baaaby toohtmi fet aww
Ltnaa J. iteerow, of rjoe
tnn. cba.li men of the . omn ??
? ng of tba NaUenal PI ojrot ndi As
,.? latlon, teM a blg roomftol ef aron
? ,,nd a lot more at ?< ronfen
i ttng bouei of tba Bthlcal Cultun I
'. |etj So . Weet 94th
. i the |
mittee on Amnn ma nl n> oun i of
I ,, the asomen
aranl ceii tlnl) b< ird < nough to ??
.... ??. .<
Hut. i beer up. M
ti.at u naa oev* r too late to teari
lt araa 1 b hat nn old aroman could
do not that she w a. Old
never Intend'-d IO 1.W bul B043M Of h< t
? ? ?? mporarlea were ? Then she j.-it on a |
btoomer eoetunaa and did the iirelleel Ti^h
Jir >ou ever saw . al?o some hl?r?< ki kit.tc.
\Amt betireea braathi she icioramanded
tbeaa irttta alraratocai to tha oid and th?
fat and the | oung at. 1 the thln but espe
the fat and old women before her.
And Everybody Did It.
And would >ou beHere l m re
willing tO try. and they did r.Kbt tbera
After Mrs Storrow bad dOOO 8 Hlghi.i-ii
ning and Maa Bartha B<ibedler, wi. loobed
rklhulously fOOiag for the Welle-dev
it a tba i ard s.tid she ara . bad t rb I
out in a flame OOlored gown and dona
-one exqulsite daneitig iti Vhlcb Bha
look.-d like an autumn leaf borne Bkmg
by the wind. and after a quart.t of d. BT
llttle glrls had gone through some Morris
danees, then Mrs. Storrow eaJJed on the
audlence severally to 08809 out OB the
Baor and be taaajbi And ever so many
,...,,.inded. They Bttrely were game, thooa
iromi B. Put do you BOgpaaa a fat woman
who nc>. rr trled lt before knows how abl
looka when she does the mountain .">lph
BavnOOf That was one BaUBOB tha vnlun
teera attempted under afra, Horroar*a 61?
recUoa But not Just at flrst. She beean
mildly, by showlng them how abomin.illy
"Haidly Bnybody knows how to stand
Btralgbt,'* s1 e said. "Have yo i rvr i
watehed a gr<>up of people when they aie
suddenly told to strnlghten up? How
ugly their attitudcs are-and not one of
them knows they're not doing it nlcely.
"When a child is naughty we tnke lt to
the doctor, and tho dortor removes BOmi
BflCBOaia or does aomethlng like that. and
often works wondcra with the ehild'n
manners and morals. Put we don't thlnk
of consulHng experte for bad BOOtaree
and yet flatfoot. bad nervous traoblea
and many other 111s are frequently due to
? Now." added Mrs. Ptorrow with an
encouraglng smll?, "don't eorn* of y u
want to go thraejgb a few exerclses with
They were a bit hashful at flrat. but a
fOUUg woman in lavender brok- Ihe BM
i. rJatrajb and then a plump airl 80888
forward. and then a middle aged person.
adrice. Thla la aaetlj andtiislooa. and. as
a rrxuit. it bahoorea tvery nuatetpaUty
to provide WOCUail ofhVcrs. who can ren
der help in many \\a\s Where 8 man _
ah_aat aatlraly pewer___a?M she add-d:
Tbe polleewaraan is particularly ad.ipt
ad to prerenttv* work she i_ tl
Btted to handle luvenlla offeedere, for _
woman has tba avotherly instinct that
enablea ber to accompiUab wonderful
taaba, I belleva that every city ahould
have a wdmati attached t.> Ita loel per
iot_ buraau, Bbe n ..r greal value in
tracing mlsslng persom who bav* become
aeparated from th.ir farnlllea. i have had
coQslderaMi .xpertencc in thla Haa la
l>os Angeies as head af the lost peraona
baraae. and kaow fuai what can b.- dont
Mis. Wells tol.l df her experlences in
pieventlng in Los Ar.geles the sale of
tlckets to moving plcture theatres or any
other public amusement to chlldren under
I'omrteaa years aadaaa aeoaa-paaled by
adults. Many arrt-sts were ma<le as the
rcsult of bar Invcstlgations.
Mrs. Weiis said that tha poBeeraaa'a
work and that of the policewoman is
greatly hampered by the refusal of many
paaaeaa te appear in police eoanrta a? wit
aaaaea, she aevaroly criticised weii-to-do
paopla who Bhtrk going into the police
i court to a.'-si.st in stamping out crlme.
wlth a towerlng erection of puffs. bound
with a scarlet band on ber head, got up,
and after that they volunteered wlth a
"T.>e the cra.-k!" ordered Mrs. Storrow.
yi><* woman toed whatevef < ra.'k was in
front of them. all hut one matron, who
was so pl_ap aba really eoulda't see lt.
"Up with Your Spines."
"Now puii up your aptaea!" ad-aeatahjod
Mr*. Storrow. "Draw la >our chlns.
T>on't thlnk sticklng your chlns out ls
sending straight. lt bm I "
They all ob. y. d ord.tm as to chin*. ex
eept the plump tni.troii who had three.
"Imaglne yoursclws haaglBg by the very
top of your head freen a laoeaV* puraaed
Mrs. Storrow. A puzzlrd cxpr.-sion ap
pearad on tbe faeee of tba rolaatei
tbey mentally iroped around for tbat
book. Mr'. Storrow explaln<vl.
??if you can tntagtna youraairea depend
tug from a book." ihe said, "it wlll be thi
t belp la atandlng atralght m
ttaaa yoa win attatn ao good a earrlafi
that yoa ariU bardly ha coaoclotia i '
^ronad you walk upon. N>w, ha
foui estn i v. ? ;i hoohed
Ti,. voluateera aought to hnagtne it.
At tiifh polnt a ehuchle aouaded from tha
rear of tha room. lt u.-.s an Irrevereal
male pbotographer. Bul Mra Btorroa
.. | her voronteera were too buay t.. bear
, -,.,-ki? i or can if thay rjeard. rrom
?Impll , ay ?-? d on to dan*'
Ing, IIra ?torro~ ? aelleally aa
plalnlng what daneuaf bad doae for bet
i the tea y< a ? ia hegaa I
l v .i the matroaa and the plucap glrli
B(MI tt ? .???.- tlrne of their
, mi na ba her w;.k*, tba matp.ns
eoetderlng* hetweea atapa if doiog thU
WOUld mako th.m M graceful tl >t |
d i. ii. *j thi compltn
II . | , . iietny israeis. rhalrmaa of
oaainlttee oa ama i bm nt reaoureea
Of wmking Kir's. watch..1 tha danclng
with a regTetful arnlle. Mra Laraela ha
j.ist had a i.riiint.t but btief e_reer aa
j,.,rt owner of a daace hall o\er la Weu
ark, and she bad to rlve it ii;. I ?
? ? nfaelb-g buahM ? ? who fenned
npaay looked on the
refortna she nruihed to hatroduce aith
I ard, hard baataai ? eya Be danch i ;<
rather a sad eubjet I w.th Mt* Israeis
_o*j bul ? UII aba had aufaV leal aplrit
.;. t,, make h plca f"r tl |
Ing t.f sodal dandng In the public
?choola, and to deaoun e "tba abortlona
on daat Ina that are aeea In 100 many
B I Ifra, Btorroa was the ch;--:
eatarday. and lf any of tlie rna
belonglaga of the nerabera of tbe Fed
eratloa tof <'iuid Btudy oi ibt eoaamittee
on amu.-ctn< nt reaoureea for worklog
cIrta area1 heaae i? l n^ht to tind tbe
wlccs <.f tb.-il !? t I > 111K to t.... | ||
;|. to Mi ? Jataei I.
Btorrow, of r.^ton.
AR1Z0NA SUFFRAGE MENACED
Southern Pacilic in Court Attack. on
Phoenl?, Aiiz.. Nov. _n ?ti e legality
aitaoaa'a Ihraa eaat fare law, adopted
__ tl... votera on Nmcmlior r>, was at
Laeked te-day ta tbe Daltad Htates Dla
trlet Court by the Southern Pacit'c II.ul
way Company. Bhould the company be
.- . tataed iateaa*la_i measure* provMrag
f.,r equal suffrage. tecall ot fud|
?taEte laduatrtal vaataraa artll ba threat
Tba raUwey atlanaaya eonteaded tbat
the law lequlrh-g the full text of refer
endum B4Muajraa to be scnt to vatara
njnety daya befare aaaettoa araa not
eoaaplled with. otii> B_rtyHhraa daya hav?
lng alapead from the Brat Baalltag untii
the vote was polled.
EDITOR CLEARED OF MURDER
C_ua_aaraj "kia, How, ft.?H, 0. irt
Mea, edltor of "The Nowata Advcrtlscr,"
wuh aeasttted tt>day on the charce of
lUUldaflng Mrs. Ire-M tloheen, nn ad'. cr
tlslng fiollcitor employod by him. Bfl?
Jeffrbn, who managed the papST Whfle
JcfTrlcs was In lail. falnted Whea Ihe
verdlct was announced.
Mt*. Gobeen's body. wlth the skull
enuhedi araa fonad m a pasturc last
Aprll. J'ffries, alTeated on ctrcumstan
tiat ccl.hnre, filtrlbutcd hls prosecutlon
to political ?nmities.
The National American Woman Suffrage
Association Convention in Philadelphia
November 21st to 26th
Articles by IDA HUSTED IURPER
wlll appoar every day
EXCLUSIVELY In the
The Careful Housewife May Avoid MuchTrouble
and Expense by Observing a Few Simple
P/ecautions When Closing a
House for a Season.
By Jacolyn Van Viiet Manning, M. D.
U/ben tbe reatdenco la eloaed for the
auranaer or duriag tha CamBy*a abaaaa i at
some other aeaeoa van. ua pracautloaa
are taken to preeeal tba aatraace of
thie\es, and! nsually the parlor floor Is
bo.uded so etTe, tually at d>ors and wln
dows as to exrlude liKht and duat as well j
as hurglars. The hygiene of this barrl- ?
?Matbl ia questionable. for the antlseptU. j
BCtJoO of the sun's raya ls Inhibited dur
ina that pr.eise p.-riod nt the year when
it ls most aaJtltary. Ha do not value aun
light. We build caves to shut it out, and
in them breed atwemic chlldren and tuber
To Exciude Sewer Gaa.
The nieiu-ures taken to exciude p\ wer
K.is from the house during th- elosed
season ahould lnolude the eoaapteta drain
age of the water aystem and a Mplace
ment of water in the water seals by
glycejine or by kerosene. These llqulds
are used as they do not readily evaporate.
Kvaporatlon of water during tho hot sum
mer, especially, proceeds rapidly, and with
the seal unguarded any noxloua vapor ln
the pipea would tind ready entrance to the
house. Traps should be sponged or sl
phoned free of water before the ftlllng
with glycerlne, and, of course, no water
should be permitted ln the ptjMM after
the seallng la accorapltshed, The easlest
niethod of scaling the entire sewer system
Il by plugging the main house sewer with
a testlng plug. but this cannot usually be
done, for ln most city houses the raln
water leaders connect with this sewer.
If the famlly houses domeatlc pets,
either cata or dogs, there is a posslbillty
that tlay may have carried fleas Into the
house. A f?w fieas left ln an empty house
during the aummer have been known to
Inerease to great nurnbera before the
house Is opened in the fall. Burn or dls
itifect the bed of the aninial and dlsinfect
the llooriiig by a cover of naphihallue
eryatalBi vMeb may be swapl up tasajea
baan after it ls applle.l
Cloaing the Summer Cottage.
The open flreplace and the coob Move
are the usual heatiriK sv-!.-:n* inatalled
ln the tummer cottaKe. so tavBte 18 BO Ba
volved ayatem of ateam plpea, OtC, t,. ba
ronsidered in preparing for the etOBOd
son. Most cottages are. howevr. aupplled
artth a water and a sewage systeiu. It II
Beeeeaaary that thia water ajnatean aboald
be gatarbtd f?r tba etaraJng of arjntet; and
all water removed from the tlxtur. > li:- -
may 88 draine.i free of water bf OgOBjlBg
atrary faueet and eacape after ahuttlni off
the main water supply at tbe <utoff. WJnle
the fani eta are ooeo the araata otpe al ta
intake ehould also be opened to allow a
water which eannot es.ape at the t.iuc.*g
to drain away. One should be sure that
the attlc tank Is empty. The flur.h tank.
of the water closet, the kitchen boller and
waterback should be carefully examlned.
and the clean-out capa of all water aeals
and traps should be removed. cleaned,
sponged out and replaeed. lt la better to
dlsconnect the water closet bowl than to
run any rlsk of Its freerlng and breaking.
A plumber wlll have to be called to mak<?
the disconnectlon and to reconnect the
next seaaon. a emall expense cornpared
with the cost of replacement of the flxt
ure. It ls not essentlal to do thia. how?
ever. as a careful worker can. by spend
ing a little time. free the fixture from
water ln the fiush tank. bowl and trap.
Tlean up all aurroundings. Bee that tha
foundatlons are vermin proof. or much of
value may bo destroyed by rata ln thelr
endeavor to flnd food. If any ataple aup
plies are left in pantrlee be aure that they,
are incloaed in tln or glasa so thoroughly
that thay are inaccesslble to insecta, ory
cockroaches. ants and weevlls may taker'
posseBSlon of the premises ahead of next;
season s famlly.
Postal Card Departments
All communications (and they are vyelcome) ahould be made by poital. M far
as it ia possible.
Recipes Tested and
HI retapaa arr'arina; ln theae columna have
T2\el measurcmenta ara used unieaa other
* Tbla'Tpartrnent trUl U B*B9 to enawar anv
rultnary queetloa aubmitted by r^aJers and
../rXnarvKdltor. N*w-T?rk Tr.te.ne.
No. 154 Nasaau street.
Thia department win n?t ba lesBaaeiMe ter
naaoaerlot arbleh i* aajt aecoaaaaMlea ?T
aunpe for retsrn. Kindtjr incioa* atampa
with queatlona requlnna; an answer n> l*urr.
Uttte o*j oal* dm iMa of U*a aaoar anjeee
Uaat BBaae and address a<.comi>*n> each !'?"?.
OLIVEi nVFWKD WITH CHEBM
Many BOOpla know how -xcelletit cream
Bjld oIi"? are together ln a sand
wi.-h (iditig. They will also like a hors
d'o-uvre made af BtfgB 90080 ollves. The
olives should be eut in half. the stonu
ronaeveal, both **aea Biled with ereaaa
ebeeaa and tbea part tegatbar, aaadwteh
fashion. loBBnn tbe ebeeaa with papriba
atid minced paratey. A little an.hovy ee
aenee n add.d. If dc-i'-d v ?
raaga tb* m prettny upon a amall 11
tal piate or eul gtaaa alde dlab. DeeoraU
with poreley bafora serving. A rtcb aal
Of Neiifchatel may be used
ln tba place ot craara ebeeaa
HI.KI'STICAK AND KIONKY PUJ>
DINO -Thla genalne oid Bngiish afah is
aaay to prepare and la very appctizing.
Va? a puddlTal BOWl Bfltb a capacity of
about one guart Make a plaln suet
paurta Brttb Bour and water and flnely
cbopped suet. I.ir.e the bowi three-elghths
ol aa Ineh thlcb arltb this, u-avlng enougli
10 ?T1 MJ over the top. Peet a raw potato
,... half "f 't hoety Into the bottom
of the bowl. CUt one and a half pounds
,.f |.l round steak and half a pound of
08 kldtle) IntO pi.I BbOOl threp-,,uarters
of 80 Inch BQUOra and place 18*888 ln thel
bowl wrap tba paate eeer the top and
plnch the edgea togatbaB to baeg out
water. Tta tbe irbele la a cioth and put
lt into B laige pan of bolllng water. BoU
for three booroj ?araa had in bowi, with
napkin around. The ineat ls then tender,
and tbe dlsh is full of rich gravy thick
ened with the grated potato.
Neo Vork City. K K- N
an ATTRAI Tivi-i way TO MBtyil
HANANAS A very pretty and effectlve
tirst coiirse whlch the woman who is her
own tnaid will flnd refreshlngly simple
and in??x.p.mshe ls bananaa "8 la peapod."
loUot perfect pale yellow, plump ba
Danaa af 8 unlform riao. Allow one banana
for BBCb peraoa CW a lengthwlse lid ln
the Btdn of the banana. and with a potato
? 80P make four or flve balla of the fruit
of each. t'arefully reroove all the fmlt
from the skin. then put the balls back la
M row in tba skin. Flll each skin wiih |
Uinon Jolea aweetened with augar. Cleea j
the lld and aerve on platea garnishe.l
with leavea. When opened at table tha
...ffe.t is that of a great yellow peapod.
Naii Vork city. N NV
OINOBB SNAI'S.-The ingrediente nec
aaeery for these ginger snapa are half a
pound of granulated augar. half a pound
Of btrtter, one plnt of rnolaasea and flour
aa naadrd Craaaa the butter and sugar
well. then add the molasaea, beatinf con
Btantly. Add) enoua;h flour to make the
mlxture atift enough to roll out very
thln. COt lt out with a blacult cutter or
tumbler. Hake in a quick ovcn in largo
JfOw York City.
Useful Household Tips
Thla department wlll r?r tw houaehold tipe
If found avallable for Ha purpoee. Addraaa
?fseful Hou*?hold Tlpa Department," Naw
Tcrk Trlbuna. No. 154 Naaaau atreet.
TO CI.EAN'SB THB FOOD ORINDER
?A quick and effectlve way of eleanslng a
food grlnder before Insertlng another ln
gredlent to be ground is to put in a few
cniata of bread. The bread crumba wlll
flnd thelr way Into the crevtcea and take
with them tracee of the matertal previoua
ly ground. Where stufflng la to be made
the cruata so ground can he utlllxed. or
they can be put away for uae another day.
When a houaekeerer la ualng a food grlnd
er for several ingredients in quick sucee_
sion thls mcthod of removing all trareg of
the former material ground wlll be found
much easler and at the same time quite
as effectlve as if the machine were taken
apatt each tlme and washed. When an?
tirely throuch it ran be thorou*hlv
cleansed as usual. II I H
Npw York Clty.
UflUB rrott rw/n'Tiv; PAPCR IN tiik
mnino Tt<?'?m--Ataraya keep a aipply
of freeh biotting papar tt> tbe itdef
I drnwers to BBa ln rns? li.|unls ar.' st.llle.l
|oa B eloth during a rrnal. Piuiapl apptl*
.eatiaa of aovetal aheata af th<- papcr be
tsreea tha doth and taMe, avei I ?
jwill absorb the moistire at oaCO, U_8B I'
laBaaevaaag a doiiy or _apkf_ abeva M tbt
tneal aaay proreed a Ithout ln<
and w ithout an unsigh'ly spot on tbecloth.
Wa; nr_hr.ro, \'a .1.11 ? '?
KEKPINd n_OW__tfl I bava ? iai."
chrysanthemum that I bava u< pt ? ateek
and a half. I simply claaaga t!.e wat^
night and niorninsr. cut one m.-h ..ff th"
_____ _ach morriins and .?!it the <-t*m an
iti< h tnd ? half. ?-<> that tha water mav h"
drawa "p into the bloaaoai. i pal " in
a cool pantiy at night Etoaai an.l other
ehotea Ekrarera mav be kept in thi* tmf,
Moitnt Vernon, N. V. Q P. C.
WlinN POMSHINO A STOYF- B*fo"'
pollshing a stove scrnpe the flnger nail*
over a cake a soap, aNo rub tbe soap w#1l
around the cuticle an 1 any rouch spot*
This keeps the blacking out and makes
washlng the hartds after the pollshing a
very easy matter. MR?> 11 <i. B.
Port Rlchmotid, N. Y.
The Daily Bill of Fare
HRKAKKAST - c,rape_, hominy *Hfh
.ieam, shlrred eRK*. raised blscult, coffee. j
l.l'NCHF.ON ?Ht BJUFPftB ? Maeeronti
with < hcvse, etackers, tadlshes. frlai^
bread with < innamon and sugar. tea.
I>i.NNKR.--Fish < howder, bolled sal
tnon with egg sauce, haked tomato**
bolled potatoes, e^carole s^lad, lemen
Cut shces af white bread about half an
in<h thlck and dip them in beaten egg?
and milk. then fry them In butter untll ?
lirown and ser\e with powdered sugar an-l.
HOME HELPS TO
HEALTH AND BEAUTY
FACK PO\YDF_R INJl'UIOrS-Women
who use face powder often wonder w-hy
their complezloaa aro rough and muud)
looklnt?. Thls ls caused by tho powder
cloRglng tip the skln pores, whlch eouaea
many cmplexlon 111s. Hy dissolvtng four
ounces of spurmax In one-half plot wltch
hazel (or hot water), then a.lding IWo
teabpoonfuls Klycerlne. you will have a
lotlon that not only affords tba rerj bt Bl
protectlon to the skln but doea nol rttb
off pf show llke powder. This lotlon i*
inexpenslvi and unequale.l for takin-.
awav that shiny, otly, aallow look. K
makes the skin smouth, cbar aad beau
WHEN F.YF.BROWS ARK TH1N '??'
a small, oriKinal paekag* of pyroaln aad
rub some on syebroWB wlth Hnger-tlp
Thls makes th?m irrow thlck an.l gloaw
Short, straight eyelashes will ootae ln
long and eurly merely by -pplytng pl -
roxln at laah-roots wlth thumb and for?
ringer. Not many appllcHtlon.- <r. p
qulred, but care should bo used ii?'t to get
any where no halr is wanted.
FJNB HAIR-TONTC-Tn BtlmUlate a
healthy condition of the scalp and pru
mote halr growth. no better tneens haa
been found than the use of the f..llowitu
ir.cxpensive tonic: Dlssolve an our..,. of
nulneoln ln one-half pint of alcohol (not
whiskyt, then add one-half pint cold
water. Rub this tonl. into tbe h_tr
roots twlce a week and wond<r'ul reault*
are bound to follow. Thls simple totdc
makes the halr soft and glossy wlthoul
any trace of stlckiness. and for removlnic
dandrufT and rellevlng Itching scalp. lt is
ur.equaled. _ _ ?
TO SAFKIiY REDtrcE WEIQH1 Bx
cesslve welght can be gotten rtd of safeiy
and quickly by using the pamotls treat?
ment. Get from your drugjrlst four ounces
parnotis and dlssolve ln one and one-half
plnts hot water and straln when cool.
The doee is a Ublespoonful before mcals.
The parnotis treatment can be discarded
wtthout fear of the fat returning when .
the wetght l* where you want it. Thi*
method of fat-reduction restores th*
graceful lln.a of th" tUrure and leav*s
the flesh and skln flrm and smooth.
TIARAH. DIADBM3, HAIR ORNAMV;XT?i.
Pflgne* casques, v*1v*t and tulle eoltar<>tt?*
mounted wlth Slmlll Krllltant*. I_ot_n?tt*_c
Bautolrs and all th* latesr Parlatan CKCliMlvO
Novcltles. JAMME8. 4.8 5th av*.