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Star of "Panhandlers'' Will
Soon Be "Working Boobs"
Along the "Pling."
OTHER BEGGARS ON WAY
?Jim" Forbes, Discourager of
Mendicancy, Issues Yearly
Warning* Against Giving
Money to Them.
tbe near future. if a gink with a
- havlng lost a peg and with
. battcred skyploce. dllap
. u ani looking thoroughly
.-ither a yreg or a member <>f tbe '
:ld breeae along and j
pull the dummy racket !
arlth yon 'is yoa wola along tbe Pllag,
wot i de a service to hanaanlty if. |
him or thnmptng him J
t OU directed him to Jlm
? N'ati.mai AeaoriatloB for
ihe Preveatlon ol Mendicancy and Char*
ii;1i; . at No. 48 charles atreet.
,iim frOrbea knows u!l about bums.
. anbandlara and other
- I'iation that is posi
ai - Wt rk of any so.t.
leatarday Mr. l'orbes told a law rnter*
>ui those paartleular m.-n
uat about now, there an*
reda and hundreds of begsar chaps
(lldlng IntO New Tartt with th? idea of
takini: adraatage -f the cit>s good ehaar
and Chrlatmaa Bptrit .)im is "on to
then a - II were.
Moat peraoaa think the proper manaor
? tei Ing thla emptre city of the Ne**
World la either by motor ear or trolley
,m- traln ai d ataaaaablp. Not so. There
ara hUBdrada of men coming late tbe city
i ity roada. the tracha or la*
Of freight cars. "bllnd baggase" and
?aiae. WaboflaM Fatty. Penver Hop.
Bllaa the Ruffalo Baah and others
. * ., axpa t'-d any motnent. The po?
lue plan to oartertata tbem before Jlm
Parbea aeea them. There is one partteat
lar man?and a ilever individual be is.
too?wbo ls known fiom one tnd af tba
< ountry to tlie oth* r.
?Ware Hard Luck Stor.es
He i Wblaperhaf Smith. The young
man is slight. graceful. dapper and thor
iv im to d ite ln dress. He is hand*
-onie and has a slight and eleennt Uttle
muata* he, whose ends turn mischlevously
up. ii.- eaniea a cane aumetlmea
weara apata and _- much adadrod By
hla ***anpaatoaa Whlpperlag Bmlth is e
". laasy" beggar and a panhandler. He
I 'iollar or so ftom Bl-MWl every
? tO WhOBI he appeals. WhisperinK I
knowa ,i whole 'ot of the most
hard lueh stories.
In the winter when the canajs are froz
p, hundreds of men emp'nyed on the
- ta lead and oaaaad freight are
n oot e employment Thaaemen, hy
I , ;n- rather scorn. tl by th<- ragO*
? thay ai'** "rnurb, rC
' trampa, :>">? aaa. in the
"good" tranapa aie known
-,,ii=.'' Whea they meet
. i wi !i oth'T as BOCb Th* n there
i s< t of men known as "hard
. tboaa who are "r* ?*ular I
Ol more prospeious thun the otherts. |
whea the sumnier ends hundrada of
who have beea warbbig in tke etraw
ad hop Belda are throwa
ba They nlao worb their
way Ini Vork.
All "Work" the Pling.
AaMe from their fdctaroaqaa "moniek
- ehapa have a Uttle languagc
of their own. When they apoah of
they rafar t<. trooaara; *>k>
i" aie hais. "brogaaa" are, of
<'?. ahoea, "s^ps" are crotchea, a "peg"
I ? place when
. , f then geta a rhave.
Bometla?M th* j a tl i ? Ity in a
,,?? ?? groei ' ? ? oblaf
-round in Si i i'otH la tha "I'ling,"
or ttic main btim. I roadway. Whea thay
?pui! the dummj ?' .4-'' thej are hand
lng om earda that dedare the i>er?a' to le
inddumb, _a tha aaaaaaer the "daaay
, into the "Jun-le coun
? irbaa towns?and foUow
"jlm ? i orbca la tff__| hii beal to do
with mandieaacy. He <ioe_ noi be
-\- in havlng them arreated and sent
to stn.e : i tn-.nth< in some workho'is.-.
what ii* atteanpta to do la to try te ob*
i,.in work for them or to cducat* them.
Oaa of bbl many ideas ls to permlt only
ind erlppled men t?. bave newa stands
ii th** atreeta, j-ubway* and elevated ata*
lions. Instend of \oung nnd healthy boys,
who ought, be ay*, to bc doing real hard
TWO SHORN OF SAME WIFE
Bigamist's Three Husbands Re?
duced to One by Court.
[By Telegiaph to Th.- Trlhaaa I
Albany, Dec. _.? Joseph [_ Tracey, of
nd George H. Raadar, of
this dty, aief each other for the Brat
time to-dny ln tbe chambers of Justlc*
i beeter, ot th*- Bopreme court. They are
handa of Vdvn L Partar,
ted I er? two weeha ago
lat btgemy, attempted aaklde by Jumplai
.,* an aatomobfle, Baah wanted
naatrbnonlal bonds aevered. Juatloa
i beeter aanulled Tracey:- marriage, and
,t>-d H. ader a divorce. Min? 1'ortcr
r.piesdit.-d by attorneya, but made
t'. th- complalnta.
?d*r told *.f hi. manl Iga to her la
Mareh, BUI aaytng that he Bred arlth
? ? "on and off' until last .July. Tracey
nlad her last Aug.ist. and
??:. __*j weeks later. He
? . i ? ahe toid is-tn h<- wns gettlng
| rl" ItMl before the marriage.
Bdward ! Baraaay, *>t tiiia city, who is
twi ? one \ears ot age, is an
Of tbe woman, havlng mar
ber in Tr.,.. twenty-nlne daya aftar
ahe married Readei Ha has taken BO
uctlon for an annulmei t
Ifla Port* ? ? bed aa an attrat -
No rlnanre for fltli-r*.
d >i!i. : .iti'.i k dur
BTBWt -?TH Mltf.KT.
CHftlgTMAfl 'Mr-TS 1N EXQUlflTB DB?
? lltns and nidiue m*?lelB direct from tlM
in of the ifi-niiine l'srlal-n -ClstB now r?n
nion at our Btore. W'? sre ?ure tn i.|e?M.*
aaraan of ragaad i-ate., aui*t invlte inapec
ii r. of in? "i*iat erltlcal All our ___<ls ?re
? ted with SltnlM Dlami'tidB snti JVrJ^B
ESIectra. the n.-nra-n aoproach to real gfrna
uu-.nablf. JAMMtS. ti% Mh Ave.
PARTY BIAS A BLUNDER
SAYS SUFFRAGE LEADER
Republicans and Democrats Made Hostile by
Partisanship, Asserts Ida Husted Harper
-N. Y. Outlook "Fine."
Br l-Ci Hn-led Miarper.
Bpondtng a week ln Waahlagton bfl"
toediutely aftei the nattooal sul'fi.iiji eon
ventton ln Philadelphia, i had an appor*
tUnlty to see t)lt. inst effects of Its action
in defeatlni thfl propoaed conatltutloofll
fliflondment that ??th. ooacett ot thi flflao
iiathm ahall malntaln a non*>partlflafl at
tiude toward polltical pattba." The mat
ter had been so wi.h-ly explottfld by the
nowapapera thal Um umnbaia af Cungifl?
were w. II awarfl of if. an<l all who ex
preaaed theniselvi ,s declared il to be ? serl
oufl hlimdur, aaytng th?.t the great Btrongtb
..f the flulfrage movflmenl iiad heen its
rtrlct Dflfl*pflrtiaanahlpa so thal tnt-n of all
polltlcal afflilatlona could help 11 wlthvut
the certain know ]>?<!_<? that they were
flddlng votcrs to an OPPOfltni part)
The RepubUcaafl w.-re eppflclally Wtter,
and nothing could be said lo convince
them thal all the BUttragtetfl Of the cOUfl*
try bad nol foUowod Miss Jane Addama
into the Prefljrflflfltva party. H may bfl
said tnily thal thfly had the first chfltice
tfl pul ? woman BUfltragi I'latik Ifl their
iiatiou.il platfortn and flTOUld DOl d0 Ita
bul II la alflo trufl that lt has been largeiy
thrnuuh Rflpubllcan leglalaturefl that suf
frajft- amendmentfl have i*-. n aubmlt ted to
tba votert and alao tbal Republlcan itata
coavflptlonfl la rii parts of thfl country
havi m ithir. tne last six mOfltbfl called for
auch flubflnlflelon. Now. for the flrai time,
this party haa he,n dtreetly ?nt..goni-ed
by auffraga Iflfldara,
Demo.ratic state cOflVflfltlflnfl hflVfl taken
similur action, and two o; three of the
states. wh. re the lUffraglfltfl want to make
the next contests have DomocratlC IflgUV
laturea, t<> whlcb they must appeal Why
should th.se help Ifl giw- rotflfl tO WOlflflfl
who hav.- shown thfll they would use them
for another party? All of those women
who took side.-. politlcally duttng tne laat
oajflpalgfl showed thelr handa ln thfl ndd
dle of the game im.1 rlflhfld it fo: th. ir
partaflra aa orall *? thamafllvea
All Parties Must Help.
Tn not a sinrle atfltfl whi.h was car
i ied for woman auffrage < an it be rlaimed
that tbla was due to anv one party. and
iu the two where lt was laat the Pn.gies
slves were just as conspl.-uous in opposi?
tion flfl were men In any flf the flthflT
partice Ar. amendment can never be i ar
iie.i nccepl by a eomblnatlofl of friends ln
Miss Addams is an ideallst and not a
practir.il pollttcl.n S!o> BflJd in her
Oh :it Phllad.-lphia. which so Iflfgflly
defeated the resolution for non-ra- t's.m
ahlp thal it was aeveral daya after ahe
had eaconded Ifr Rooaavlt'a nomlnatlon
before she rememherod that she was first
vtoe-proaMaBl of tha National Buffraga
Association. Th" t.'-otid vfee*preflldflflt,
Miss IlrcckenridK'', dean of WOflBflh at
Chlcago T'nlverslty. must hav.- >>ad a
fllmllar lapse whon Bhe organlsed the
parade of women that marched int.> tbe
Progreaalve conventlon with Bull Moeee
*nd "Votflfl for Womefl" bannera lovrngly
eommlngled. And Mra Dennett, tl e cor*
responding secretary. and Miss Aflhlay,
thfl treasurcr. must bflVfl lost thelr
BMflflOry alto?ether. wlien they p_f the
appeais of tho laduflttial Workera <?f tbfl
World on all thfl lettera and literature
that went OUl from tbe natloflfll BUflJ
headquarfeis In NOV Y..rkl
The reports wri- entlrely wrong in say
ing that thi.rentlon rahukad Miss
Hr.-ckenrldpe and M;.-s Ashb-y by not re
electlng th.m, flj both had dflClfflad tfl
stand for election weeks before lt mct.
RICH, SHE WEDS MACHINIST
Girl's Parents, Angry, Seek
Bridegroom as Perjurer.
[By 1 -.
BflVOlly, tt. J.. Dflfl. 3?Ineensed beeause
their daughter. Miss AlbflaTttSfl Mldwell,
one of the *..<IhI favorltaa of this town,
eloped wltb and married Charles B. Rob
erts, twontj'-four yeara oM, ? machlntet,
Mr and Mr.-. I'rank Kidwcll bave asked
the police io arreal Um brldegrobm, Thoy
thfly win pruflfl a cimrge of perjory
foi flllflfljflfl ndarepr?flfltatlon <.f tha ilrl'fl
nga when ha obtalned ? maniagfl Bcanflfl
Miss Hldw-.-ll, who her parflfltfl say I
oniy flflvflfltaflii yeara oM, left home
Thanhaglvtng Day, flaying she planned to
,.p?nd a t< ifl flaya with relutlves it. Mount
Holiy. Not until sh.- fulled to return and
tho mother flOUgbl her at Mount llolly
did Mrs. BtdwoU leara yesterday of her
The Rev. Dr. W. Et Uulse, paatar of
the Methodist ChUTOh here, told Mrs.
BliWflU of the weddiiiK. lle said the
young pcple flfljflfl to the BfllflOBflgfl
Thanksplvlng evenini?, had thfl prop.-r
Hoan? nnd as h<- knew them both he tied
Rotaartfl, who? raal name the Kiri'a
father says is I'urtls, was asked to leave
the ghTa home and discontlnue hl? atten
tlonfl tO her several months ago. lle Ih an
Kngllshman and scrved in the Krltlsh
navy ns a lad. The girls family ls on.- of
the hobflflI in BflVflfly, an uncle owning
the Heverly Textile Mills.
After thfl Wfldfl.Bg the young eouple re
malned Ifl hidlng in Heverly until Kriday
morntni?, arhflfl t<> flocapa dete. tion they
madfl an exeltlng run for a train.
TEACHERS AS LIFESAVERS
Dr. North Would Have Children
Taught "Clean Living."
[Pt. m Ti.- Tribiir.. Baraaa I
tVaahlofton, Dac I Dr. Cbarlai *t
North, Of N. w Vork Clty, in an article
on "BfllllfHOFI Ifl Ilural Communitlcs,''
Just laflued by th>- Cnlted States Pureau
of Bducatkm, urgea "a oourfla la pubttc
1 ealth" ln normal schools and eoUefta
for prOflpecttre school tcachers. deetatlng
tbe iilnmat. re.-ult would be that the
preaenl averaga ?t forty*flva yaan of
human lif< would he prolong.-d to .-dxty
Dr. North aaaerta that th.- country
ol teacher should be a public health
educator, an.i pcrform the same aervlce
in rural communlliea ns ih<- medical "ln
Bpectoi and oohool nuraa are dolng in
thfl citv. Hfl says thfl <ountr.. achool
teacher should "point the way to clean
TEWKSBURY GETS A DECREE.
Juatlce KeoRli, of the Buprem*. Court.
ftled an Interloeutory gaCTOfl nf allvnree
yesterday at White Plains ln favor of
Charles If. Tawhflbury, af New Vork
iit>, from hla wife. Qartruda ?, Towha*
bury. He also denled the rflfltlflfll tliat all
of the papan La th- aaaa ba BflaM ?. tiie
clerk nf thfl court and flled in that man
ner. Tewksburj waa married in White
Rlvi r Junction, Vt., ..n September 4, lsw.
The jtrlnclpal teatlmony ln his belialf was
given iv l.i- aistrr, Mrs. Maud. I<u.?ell.
of No. 136 k-aat 138th street, New Vork.
what it dM, by a vote of li ta 1. a
I give the om.-. ra eatlre Bherty to make
j any party nguiotlOM thay ebeea. 4baoet
tbe aame *iav that tt took thla aattaa the
American Federatlon of f.ahe.r. at its
annual convention, rated ly a large ma?
jority for a i ontlnnanoa of tbe raon
Dartlaaneblp of its ofhcial board. And yet
the aaffraglata ar. abaolntely dapendent
for the aooeeea of their aauae on the favor
of .iii polltleal parties. old*-r raCragtita,
wbo reaaembered the uacomproanlelng
J atand for prlactple and the spirit of fair*
neaa, toleratlon and comradeahlp wiii.-ii
eharaeterlaad the coriventkma oi the \m:t.
fyund much to aaddea them irt the ona
Whleh ended la.st we-k, but tbe cbaiice la
perhapa Inevltable a~ a meaaura aeara
auceeee, and many neaa adharenta come
in wbo hava not hnown ti ? dlaelpllne of
; uiipopulnrlty and dl-appointment.
I Sure Thinrj in New York.
: The movemeal far woman puSrage In
j New Vork la In iine condition Bveryhadj
want*- the aubinlaalon of a eoaatltutlonal
amendment 411 the partlea hav.- ealled
fai it In th.ir atate platformai th.- 4ntl
Baffrage aaaoctatloa ean hardly wa:t for
it. th* Pederatlon ol Women'a Cluba, arlth
0 m. mbera, erlaa for II. that ?r- at
and good friend, William Bulaer, arlll aoon
be in tha Governor- chalr. 411 that
awalta now u tba electlon pf ii* mortal
<-ii* my, Mr. "Ai" smith. a- Ipeaber of the
4aoembly. and the battlc will be oii.
llra Dedge, chalraaaa of tbe "antl"
cxeeutlve committee. denies vigorously
that the federatlon was "brought late tbe
j euffrage loid" at it_ recent convention.
I The preamMe t?. tiie reaoluUon Indoralng
tiie ametidnunt. it .-eems, declared thal
"ballotlng is a more dignlned -nd eSae.
' tive method than beggtng." but "tbe As?
sociation Oppoaad to Woman Buffrage
atrongly objected to the praambla." Mra
? Dadga aaya, "and it was rajocted by a
i vote of two to one, and the reaolutlon
j then paaaed by a large majority." So the
I federatlon is on record as practh _lly dc
I elarinB tli.it it conslders beggin. more
I dlgbihcd than ballotlng!
' The Anti-Suffrage A:--ociation bar la*
| sued a Matement from iih gga. enteenth an?
nual meetii g that it "favor* tbe mibnits
slon of au amendment " Thla la all Ihi
j auftragleta evar bave u?ked <>f the Laajto*
llature, .md y*-t for tift.-.-n ar tarentj rean
I the "antl*" have appeared regularly he
I fore that body w:th oiv pOOBlblO aigU*
1 ment that eould b<- made a.ainht lt. N- w
that lt ls apparently Inevitable, they aad*
jdenly \*ei aroond and a.-k for it. lt li
I to laugh.
I At tbla BMettag thej docldod ta atarl
lout organizer-. aad speaker:- at OMCe "ta
Beoor the state." As the mifTr.igi*-1 . ?
I already very bu-y scourlng the staie lt
I looks as If there would be ,t general
ip ifaanwhfle the Leglalatura, ii -t
,n> polltleal aagaelty, aill dtapeao of
U queetJon aa aoon aa II roeeta thua
? rea-aatag tb** lohbylata to tak- part la the
irlag and a:>o mlbrrlng ItaeW af the i
I It really seems a pity to Iim\.* -..I thl
work and worry tO get the auffra*;e. as
jSvefetl P. wb.eier ha>- diaravered thal
(Ven if aocceaefnl "the whoie revetutlon
On movement will bi 'bad and bnb I
thlrty reara from n< w, aacaoao it la ep
paaad te ti.e fmnlamaatal and nataral
law that the mothers of the maa I
not hear Ihi? burden. ' Bwa ib H BaaBM
? plty to bar <>ut the splnsters. and thlrty
ye-.ts Is a long tlm?* for gettlng ba< k li a
fuidamental and natural law
JOHNSON WEDS WHITE GIRL
Gets $5,000 for Moving Pict
ures of the Wedding.
? 'hieago. Dec. ... "Jaek" .lohn-on. negro
pugUlet, ti.is afternoon married MfM I_a?
. ,i, Cbmeron, agad rtnetaen, Ihe white
? K;r) ..r Mlnneapol ? who reeently appeared
I U B arttneii against hlrn before thr fed
,.,;,; -rrand \ajy arhleh lataraed indiet
menta eharglng him arlth vtelatieaa of
' tba Mana a-i Tbe ,-,,. raoay araa per?
f.,rt:i"i al tha bome of lobaaaa'a agad
1 mother, an the Booth Ndi, b} H A Rol
lerte, a neg i preacher. la the praianee
.,? ,i _OOen ...irrn.-s.
Illai Cameron were a taflor-iaada grav
'suit of ahepberd plald and a inrge blaefe
pletura bai arlth purpie phtraea Jobneoa
i had a Huit of tbe aaaa matarlal espe
I made for the .>. -..slon.
a earloaa eroard af nearly a thousand
I i.. n and woman xa'hered evtatde the
l,,,;j ... and a squad of police was kept
busy malntalnlng OffiiT.
The msrrlage will pot affert his case
bifore the ted'ial <ourt. according to
I The prlaefiRh'er said a moving pieture
concern bad aureed to pay him ?S.*>?j to
I make B flhn of the Woddl-g.
chi*.f of PaMea MiWaany dialarad that
if legai amana oaaM be found he woaM
not peraalt public exhibition of the plct
"The whole nffuir is aniagonlstlc to
publlc policy snd moralH generally," aald
<';,i. i IfcWeen).
- . e
WILLIAMS TALKS AT YALE
Says Day of Individualism in
Journalism Is Past.
|!l>- Tel*-?l-ph to The Trllun- I
New Haven. Dec. i?Talcott Willlains.
Hreitor ol the PaUtaar Behaal of Jour
iialibin. dellNere.l to-day tbe llrt-t ot thi
t...? loetarea on journalism aanoally pro*
ridad fer by tbe Pramliy endowment at
Yale Ciilveralty. I>r. Williams spoke ou
''JonrnaUma and tho Htatc."
Alter paying a tribute to the eareer
and work of It-aac 11. Hromley. the
toundar of tba aaabaamaaati he nuid, in
Kducalion, legi.--latioii and public opin?
ion ara to-dav each concernlng them
jaelvea not with e.lltors or newapapera,
I but With the whole fabrlc of the periodl
I. al pre-*-, dally, areebly, monthly. Laws
reeh to regulate ltM advcrtlsements und
! ii, aecura publKlty lor Its ownershlp and
[clrculatloa The pnhllc has awakened to
?tbe publlc relations of Journalism.
JouriHli.-m and the state hav. lak-n
tha Dlace of Journalism and tbe Individ
ual tournallat The publlc of read.-rs nas
rrown. Publlc knowMge of Individual
Journulista is leaa- Journalism began ln
the utteraace of the individual lt is
social (.-n.-'-lousnesa of the c*>mmunlt" ns
? whole ln our government the state
knowa itself an a Republic able to aet
as (,ne ln tbe newspaper tha atate
knows itself aa a publb. ?Me te feel, t<?
he Instructed, to ba* led and, ln tlnic, tO
reg'ster tbe opinion end will of the pub?
llc la the laws and election*. ol the state.
In the flrst sixty years of the nlm-teenth
ccnturv Un edltor or Journallst was the
newspaper In the last flfty years the
newspaper has had a life apart from any
jvjun.ubsi or edltor.
Lederle Says They Use Millions
of Pounds of Bad Food.
CHICKENS IN ONE SHOP
Factory Board Told Health
Department Can Handle
Ifintena <.r pound- 01 fr.od untit for !
human consumpCon are used In bakeri.-s j
ln N.-w York i'ity, accordlflg to Ur. BfOflt ,
J Laflderle, Health Commiflaioner. wbo wsg I
called bflfflaTfl thfl Nea ^ ..rk state Factory I
itiv. sti-ation CommMBlon yesterday iti ita I
Inqulrj Inty the hflhwlfla hen The ses?
sion was I'.el'l ln th*- COttnty ''ourt Houso.
Dr, I.edr rle made it fllflflt that he would
hav.- tlie DflflflUrtflWBl of Hflfllth alone
I.andle the situation Ifl regard to unsani
tary hfllurl? His department mai year, |
hfl Bflld) Ofltflfld _'l.'?*?? '-"> pounds of oad
fOOd. ln flPOflhlng Of thfl proposed bill
which would pflrmll the Iflsuaocc of eflr*
tUtoatea to bahera and prohlMI eallar afl*
tabUflhmenta the Health rommlssioner I
decUurad H wouM hav. somt dartlnct ad*
"Meat of thfl onderground baherlea i |
hav.- aeen ara naaatlsfflctory, not bacfl i"r
they are und< rground, but bOflflUflfl the
people won dlrty and careleafl." hc said j
in anawer to Abram L Blhua, counael for j
the '?..iiiti.issicri. "lt would he a good
idc.i to ltisi.ui rnacbanlcal m?aa for v.-n
tllatlon, _j auggflflted m thi Iflglfllatlve
Mlla for baherlea, and as to tha guqtttoa of
,1 Ugbt, ln my opinion, theoretleally
g, artlfi. :al light is Just as good.
Practlcally, it is net
Dr. l.ed.rle. Wlth Dr. Walur Bflfl?la
Banftary Bflpflrtntflfldflnl al tne Health
Depart-aeot; Rayn.>i l-'os.ii?-k. ax*Com
mlasloner of Acoouata, and Harry M.
Rice, one of tn. t'ommisfllonflrfl of Ao
ountfl, tflfltlfled thal n flrould ha moal
Inadvlaabla lo enacl into law proposed
Ull No. Hi fram.-d by Ihfl ? ommis.siou
whi.h provid. s foi thfl transfcr to Ihe
state Dflpertraett! >.f Lahar "f tsclufllvfl
JUlifldlCtlOfl Ifl tli'- rafUlflUOO Of bakerlcs.
?i,;, ogreed thal the oupervlflloii ol bahe*
?hopfl, n In aii Kindw of fltmlUr Indus*
trial afltebUflbmentfl, abould ba central
i,. d to avold cnfusion flueh afl preirfliled
nora or kflfl al fcreeent bul thej IflflWfld
tbal it wa.- tha regular proelncfl of the
Hflfllth lxiartni.tr tfl rflgfllfltfl them.
chief iBflpactor for the
commlaflton, flubenittfld I report ihowlflg
that OUI Of s.xtv-on- hah?hopfl hfl had
BBefl bfltWflflfl November ... flfld U tOMT'
tflflfl w-rc 'extr.-m.iy Blthy." tWflflty-tWO
v. duty, ' BU ' f-ir"
and two "escellenf ' Tl ?? eomi.i ""'ttl
?d nt rentilatton !'? modl cellar shops.
Bald the Inapector, ' la I > flflflflfla of small
wlndowa whi.h opefl to gratin^s laval
with the yard or fltreflt Thffl pflcflirtn
large flUflfltttlflfl of dflfll <" OBMw the c. I
,,, ,,. i ... ,,i, ta Ihfl t" -i rne practlcfl
of alftlng flflhea Ifl baheahopfl where eeal
,. ,,..-,! t.i fflfll Ih tfl?Ofl. Ihfl dUflt
ipreadlag ?? i avet thfl food and utapflttfl
,1m t!. prai U ? "; flUltewaah-ai ?? ?
edllaffl Ifl bid, flfl UBb B**M i'l' i"1"
\t ,i Bhop i" ?? lenemflfll bouac in Oflfl
itrefli inmi"" wa? ueed ln tha ? ahe m
m.kc lt rtflfl. Ar.-th. r ahop, m a dllap
loAtfld threfl -'?"> tfoma buildlng, ta Mer*
,.. . tha laepector - laaaed ns the
mthiem i lacfl hfl ha.i flvat aaam. i^s*.
..atK aad ehlcheafl waflflorfld aboul at wlll
Mrs JolUn Heath, i.r.-sid.-nt of tlie
Houaawtvflfl' Uague, Announced to tha
commhwloB thai lioflaflwlvflfl bfllletedthw
bad aoan rlghl to Iflflhrl on th? moal
Btrlflfenl reg-latloaa for home indufltrtea,
...,, tbal tbi aronU anj* tbal thelr ba*
,. miii of health, Just aethey
. i cleaa blU af hflfllth &***
.ba r. Ihfl klt.h-n MrE H-eih had
,Kv,r aeen a aanltary eeliar bahery, aad
aparovad the MUfl <.n.r..i hy thfl **?
Although th- bahera Ifl thfl fludlenca
mIi sevrrai attempta 11 lampa un
Heath ?? ammotoi e-ery BooatMo
l.iptl I t_d that ertlar aal?le.
wi.. ... ii ilthl il _
PLANS 2-CENT LUNCHEONS
Woman's Health Protective
Ass"n to Feed .School Children.
The ?reman'i Hflfllth Protectlvfl aaae
, j.,1. n permtltfld Itflfllf ? rnoi?eBt to
ItMif on 11 ? bflcfc" f" navlni :1.;
pUabfld the "fltepleflfl car" ln the la* v-ir
*nd tben plui - I Inl ? ? ,;' v benefactlon
at lt- annuai meeting l-Ofltflrdfly afternoon
al the WflMorf-AatorU lha new under
taking wm bfl two-cflot InnehflOflfl for
? i.o.d .h.ldren. Ti.e UM gtvflfl tfl thfl aa*
Bodatlon by Ibfl latfl Mra Bflther Herv
,??,, Wlll he avallable fOT Ihfl WOTfc.
though thfl flf?m?? ?'" '??',-"" ,"*' i""h
couflten Wlll bfl aluvst entlrely flfllf-ehp*
Two cents ll the llmlt of hlgh IMfli to
whlch amt IHUfl Ba?l Mder ?" *?_-_!?
mav Indulge bllflflflH or herself.
... ago in ni" flununet ochoolfl thfl
Mtodatlofl atrvfld p larf* glaaa of mflh
and thrflfl largfl <-ookies for this UflOUfll
just whai Um wtetfli ?*??? ^t1' hfl flc*
eflftonad bflfltfld dlflcuflfllon yflflterday.
The probl.-m was tabl.-d. The work wlll
,. Bflflfl flfl Iblfl UtUfl matter of the
,?.,?! and Um flthflt ?'"'??'"? ,,,Jt "f ?
Mheol to fefld, ahall hatm '""?" **t?1'"'
The wo.nen have Ifl obtaln a permh from
thfl Hoaid of Kducatlon delegatlng them
to a'rertuln s.hool. The Tltheradge com?
mlttee has taken mOflt of tbfl mo-t needy
Manhattan s.hools., so tiio Wflflflflfl RMU
they wlll have tfl go to The Uronx fflff
benellciarlflfl al thfl PflflW lunch plflfl. M
Wflfl voted to flflfld a dfllflgflttOW to prote-t
tO the Mayor agalnflt the budget reduc?
tions .spei-lally the cut for medlCfll BU*
pervl'slon in the flthflfllfl, The Health l'ro
tectlve women were Instrumentul In ob
taining the Irst laws aflflflfflWflg medical
Inapectlon, and they do not purpose tfl
have thelr work wnsted by any Board of
Mis. RfllPh Tiautman. thai president,
wa* re fllflcttd a!* wer* ,nft ",her (>m('t>^:,
c.f the association
XMAS SALE NEXT WEEK
Work of Crippled Children Will
Be on View at the Waldorf.
A Ibrlstmas sal" for tbe h.-niflt of the
Free ladUfltrifll K> hool and fountry Home
for Crlppffld ""hlldren, of whi.h Mra. Ar?
thur lilllot Flsh ia proaldent. wlll be held
flf the Waldorf-Astotta flflfll Dflflflfl-hflT 9
to 14. The holiday glfts Ifl he flfl sale will
include many artlbtie PflfflNtflfl ln tooled
leatha-r and brass, hand carved furniture.
s r.-ens, Obflflflfli llnfcrle. kimonos, hflgji
..f ull kind*, dolls. in.nu Oflrdfl and aprona
madt- by pvpUfl of the school.
The ofnrers and mananers nf the society
will Le In dally att.MiflOOfl Part of the
rflOflfptfl will go to the chlldren, ua they
are pald for their handlcrait wurk.
Krlends of the school abd the publig are
invitcd to attend thia sale.
Family Believes 'White Slavers'
SEIZED IN CENTRAL PARK
Assistant District Attorney
Reynolds, However, Says
Theory Is Absurd.
! olloaaing a statement made yoaterday
by Jam> s Leea Lald I.i w, the hankcr and
aoclal bettermeat worber, timt aa nfrlead
of the Arnold finiilv BC knew thay were
conrineed that thilr daaghtir, Dorothy,
who mysterlously illaappeared almoat ex
actly two years ago. had be. n kldnapped
by "white slavers" Hnd >ubse,|iiently madu
way with by her abductors, John B, Keith
tba lawyer who bad charge of tha Baarch
for the family. said yesterday that Mr.
I.aidlaw had prc.vntrd cxactlv Mrs. Ar
oold'a beBef In the matter.
"Mrs. Arnoid poaltlvely bellevea thal her
daughter waa kldnapped. probably tn Cen?
tral I'.irk." aaM Mr. Keith yert--r<lay.
"Moreorar, ahe bollovoe thal ahe waa kiue-i
wlthln four araehi aftar her abductton, ba
cauaa the abductora became alarmad at
the huc and cry rais.-l OVtr ber dleai 1" ??:
ance. Eilnce her dlaappearbnca are have
never bad any clew or Information as to
what happened ti ber, but the loglc of
. lr.'umstances drlves us to the conclusion
that she must have been in the grasp of
abdoctora Bba caa't be aUva n*>w. sin*
waa i gtrl af too mu.'ii aplrlt to aabf-lt
for this length of time to any form of
ooereton ar phyetcal raatratal without
innklng her pllghl known."
Mr. Lnidlaw's stat* BM ffll ..une vcster
day aa aa anlargemenl upon a paaafng
mer.tton ba made of tli<? Arnold case \lon
day nlght durlng ;>n eddreaa on "White
tflavery in Chtnatown" al the Metropoll*
tan T< niple
"sin.-** mahlng thal atateaaent," said
Mr Laldlaa yeaterdayi "a repreeentatlve
of the family has ramtmrnlcated aith aie
ad uthorlzed m< to m.ik<? it for the
family. Tbiy bolte eaheta d?*.td and that
befora she died tha woral fate befeU her.
As is only nature! Mrs Arnold. 1 ke any
mother, bellevea that death for m aaa
i.-tter than life under those condltlona
"Although they bave no j roofa. the."
think she must have been taken out of
Oantral Parh late on that last afternoon
in a taxtcab farclhly <irngc*d into it.
Vou can sea- ynch cabi In the park any
Mii. Arnold, ha aald, nlthnuph she
ahanned newapaper puhtlolty, wae aew
artutng to hava ber beHef known. aa her
daughtet*- eaaa mlght ser-,e as warsfagto
r ther girls.
This theory of tbe Arnold fannlv was
aeaatad reoterdaj "t tbe oflke of Dtatrlct
tttorne] Whitman. Docuaaeata la the
,,, ? w. 'r pi i r,\ iu hla hande al the time
the aaarch foi h*!a_ Arnoid was at its
hel?ht and his a^sistanee was songht lt
i that h:*- cfTorts were bampered
by the fa. t. an lt was helleved. thal all
mntters Mlating to tr.e <as?* ba.l not been
conflded to him.
"Thi 'white slnve- thenrv do.-s not Bl
aalth ficts n: all" said James M. I *.<?>???.
oUa, Aaalitanl Dtatrlet 4ttorney, arhohaa
charge of "white siave" laveatlgatli
proeOeUtlone. "No .nse hn* tttot eem< tO
my nttention OT th*- BttentlOB of t|M
Rockefeller Inveetlgatera of a k!H ba ng
kldnapp.d b\ 'white slavers' ln the man
ner auggeetrd in Oanti i Parh W< bave
ronferred with the (..-.msei for th.- fUmtly,
bul they aever giv. aa aay information in
di iting it Tbe best we did leara waa
thal then were Intlmnte relatlnr.s betw.*.-n
her and B errtain min
"fn the natur> ef th!r**s 'white slavers'
wuild not run the greal r!sk of ftbductlng
; girl of her fami*y and promlnen- e It
wonid be too daagaroua They can get
glrla Just as gaod leohlag and arlth i*--s
Intelllgence and no family wealth bai k of
them from the tenements It Is ln th>*
lanementa that they pray, not among thi
r'.eh I don't heliev.- that DOTOthy Ar?
nold'* fl!*. ippearnnee r,,n b.> explained en
'h!.? b.isls "
BIG SISTERS NEED MONEY
Fear False Report of Gift from
Mrs. Vanderbilt Will Do Harni.
Mis. Willlam K. VoWtt rbllt denled M*
terdaj through bei attorney, Erneet _
Coulter, the report tbal ahe Intended to
...,- |sa .?? -,, help the Bla Blatera buttd
g c.untry bOflM fnr their Uttle and un
ta ilitif-. Mr < ?? ilti: aald, arhlle
Mra Viin.ieri nt would doubtleea eontlnui
to ald in linanelng the HU Slster*.. and
while it waa true ti.e association hoped
to estai.iisii a iiome in r 11 - - oountry for
frlandloM and aeedj glrla, II a*ai nat
tr;e al all that Mrs. Vanderhilt was ron*
templatlag aay a leh eaortnoui gffl
?Tr is moal unfortunate," aald htr.
Coulter. "that this story should li.i\
boea apread abroad just now, beeaoee
thla rary day al Ita annual meeting the
aaaoi latlori la laaulng an appeal for funda
i..r tha work. If charitaMi paraona gen
erally '<? IIOVB B I OntrlbUtlOfl Of
Has about te be made to tWa weel H
would deter muny nf them from glvtag.
"Thi very nature of thi WOttt Of thi
Hig Sisters r.-qiiiit-.s that there M>.. Id be.
as much individual help la the way af
Bodal aervlci aa I alao i" haan
port as possible Tha Wlder the , i: '!<- of
paraoaa if gaod win wbo win ta
Individual lnterest ln individual eeoaa or
children coinlni* withln the BeOpB of th<*
Hig Slsteis thi stiong.'f and niora effec
tive thut work will baaMM."
At thi annual met-ifng of the Blg
sisters raatirdai aftanMa-B. at thi ad-oaa
..f thi Blg Brothira No. -oo Fifth avenue,
the following offl.ers were ra Oloctod.
President, Mrs. Willlam K. Vanderbllt;
secretary, Mrs. l-ilph SanR.-r; treasurer.
Mf. Wlllard I'arker; dlre..tois. Mrs. Van*
derbllt, Mrs. Stepben H. Olln. Mra. W.
D. Straight. Mrs. L?vv|s _L Morris, Mrs
Wl'.lanl I'arker, Mrs. '?'. C Hav. ni.->. r,
Mra. Kulph Sanger, Mr?. fl. S. Saii-is.
Mlss Haia H. Moiin*e and Mrs. Ogden V
Mllls, and general secretary, Mrs. M.ole
WOMEN FLOCKJTO POLLS
Nearly Half of Oregon's Ballots
Cast by Suffragists.
I'ortland, Ore., De.c. 3.?Women exer
clsed their newly tfitJOttoi right to vote
ln s.veral Oregon clties yesterday, and
in all places piayed a consplcuous part
ln the reanlt.
Newport. through the women'a vote, re
malned "dry,'1 but at Tlllamook the wom?
en lodt, the "wef tlcket belng success
ful. Oregon ('ity's woman candldate for
Mayor was ov.;rwhelmingly defe-'e*!
Three other clties held niunidpal clec
tlons, and in every .aa* about 40 per
cent of the voters were women.
Y. W. C. A. BAZAAR AT A8T0R.
The C'hrlettn-8 bazaar of the Young
Women'a Chrietlan Aeaociation will be.
held thla afternoon at the Hotel Aator.
Beeldei Christmas bargalna ln fine nee*
dlework, there will be tea and music.
Mlss Emily 11. Wilson la chairman.
In Spite of Discussion,
Home Hospital Continues
An Attempt to Prove That
Tuberculosis Can Be
Cured in a Home
Thfl Home Hoepital continues to be the
centre of fl botbed "f digcussion as to the
proe ..mi eoaa ot aetenttflc booeeheeplnfl
for eonaumptlr? in tenetnenta.
"Oflrroa Mow flbovt so in the wtod,"
flflyi th- tlmid lady who lives ln the
hoiUM opi.oslte, but tbfl employes of the
hoepital wlll emphatically asaert that no
germ, bfl it flver ao luchy, can a>capa Um
atrict dlflclpllna of the pla i
Then a skeptical la,J> who Ilves ln the
Junior fioagin Houflo, flbaoel .Hrectiy
across thfl an* In tbe otber direction, as
BflTtfl Miat it is BCflndhlfl M thfl way thfl
patients keep thelr flrlndflflrfl fllOflfld.
l-'oi turiat.'ty this astoundtug observation
Wafl made tO OOlflfl flflfl who knew tlie
nothodi amployed bj Mlaa Bmlth, tbfl
? r m cbarge, and tba acandaltflfld <>ne
Iwaa laformed how Um wfltehM mijs
I Smith hfld i babtl of going out Just be
l tote bedtlme and loohlag up at the arln*
j dowa to nahi Jur.- that her open wlndow
(laws were obeyfld. Later, the lady of
j thfl .lunior League House admltted that
?ba had i.n loohtng at the wrong houae,
| beinK under a mistaken impreaslon as to
whi.h w.im th- boepit-1
Tle Home KOflpttfli, v. I.lch occuptcs the
I house at the aOTtheael corner of the
croup known au thfl I ..nd. r'.ult Ter.ements,
| was opened last sumtner. It is an cx
i pirlmont in sanltaiion. int.ndcd as a
1 demonfltratlofl that tuharculflflfli can be
j cured at home provid.-d tiie home ls a
.i.an, w.-ii rantllatfld place Thfl a.tvo
catflfl ?f this doctrlne bare auch impUdt
j fatth In It that they COflflMflT the Bflaflflflfl
of tha aflpflrbpeal a foregone eoaclualon.
But its opponaatl rc-nard the whole move
ni'iit as one whicli may dlstract the at
| tflfltlOfl of the public from thfl cryln? need
for more hfffrftflI beds.
Until the N.-w Vurk As.soaation for Im
prOTlng th.- Conditiou of thfl I'oor, wliich
i- bflch of tn.. aaperbfloot, succeeds iu
demOflfltrflttBg its theory or ls defflfltad in
ihe att.-mpt. few periodtcals will h_ve the
temeiity to propbflfly a* to tha outooma
Announcenieiita were made flf the lnnova
11..11 when it Wflfl hagllll. and the Btibject
.-!-.ifflfld to drop out of print. as it were.
Thlfl is no. at all the same thing as
Blowlng up ita a.-tivit.v, bowever, and lha
care of th..- tweniy-tbrofl fflmlllta in ner
j > harge Ifcepa tiie Bupertntendflnffl hands
' and bram DUfly, flfld, it must be con
teflaed, frequently gtv.s exerclae to her
, nsibllltles as w.-ll. Kverybody engagfld
;i. BOrlal work knows ;bal for the Badfleflfl
and thfl mlflerr tha sociai workei eonaefl
Ifl ontact with she is> r.-vvard.-l and
tbi tflnatflfl is relievnl t>y tli- most
inexpectfldly funny tmngs. The < ase
' of tbe Btranflhy family is one ln point.
JThe asaociatlorr fo.-nts that the Home
Hospital is a genuihe example of ' ...!e
j quate rel..-f whteh i and fear
. prmrtlae. The Btranaky family came from
| aqualld, half furnlahed ! all
(their world ly poaaeasiona w-. r. not enough
j to make the home comfortahle. ln splte
J of this pnlnful lack of the luxurlca of
life tbe number of youthful
Kept n?j- faeter thar papa Str_n
sky could buy bi da to go at .und ln ner
earUer youth the _txteen-y?*ar-o
tl r had elept on -. ?? ot, ?
| M-endants of the houa* of Stranaky in
praaaM ahe ha.l been driven ? > -et
loomfort she could out of ii!?!its apej I
two ehalra The hoapital provided
j Iron beds. with mattr. r-eea and blankrta,
ii,, -tranakya, and wl.. i
arrlved tlir*. arera daaaled by the un _?
i??. ted luxury.
Tha magnltude of th** b
dawn upon them They thought it a
| loan which w..uid be wlthdrawn whea
their own belonginga I ading
the evil nlght when si. would i
! to r.-turn to the sola. e of two
! wiahing to make )-, ,y- boi
and when th- moon shone, th-- i
daaghter prepared for b**d at on<-.- ai.i
announced b< i lnt< ntlon of ataylng there
so long as tbe beda n-inained.
Lven arhea a gift of furnltura i? not
lneluded the wonder of the apartmenti
jthemaelvea laalmoet too grt*( t. be e.iBliy
graapad. Flwproof floora. a warm tan
j in color, curve Into the baseboards, with
no cracka or eornera for <iirt an.l garma;
i invltlng white pon elain baths in a *->lid
cement bas*-, havlng no apacc underoaeth
to defy a careleeB broom; long, broad
windows, dlvfded into three aaabea, allow
j Ing varled m?ans of regulatlng tl a
ient? of fraah air; walla tlnted In a va?
riety of soi't pastel ahadea; cement floored
; baiconies, w;d>- enough to nold a eeat*
fortable cot; metal lined. rentllated cloe
, ets, large enough for a, gartmge poll and
a few scrublng bruahee, Bat tnto the
kltchen walla-all th<mt thinKS are aj
iciated hy the fan.llies livlns ui tha
Their famllies' eagcr aceeptance of and
' quick adaptabiltty to thetr Changed BUP
'roundlnga are BOt at all what would be
aapeetad by those peraona who conatdee
j typlcal th*.- oft rapeated itory oi
family arhleh uaad tbe batbtub aa a re
cepmete for aaa). ta Kew York <ity a.
bath tub hi not to I.. bad io - reri taoa*.
! ment, and. moreover. tt i*> a lUXUry tha'
makes itself apparont ln the amouat af
the rent biii. Cfen-oquentiy, __oae who
.io not wlsh to use B tUb IB tl - _-_-! way
are not likely tO p;<> addlUonal ruit t*i
save tbe cost af a coal Q ?
In the case of the hfooney family, how?
ever, appredatloo ut. t-> an ext
They asovad In at I ? one aft.*r
noon. and kept tha bathtub the iirat
they ev.-r had-ln conatant uae, uklng
lt turn about. until tbe thi
night, when they a t'?r
further ablul on
* well earnad raet.
Postal Card Departments
A|l communicationa (and they are welcome) should be made by postal at far
as it ia possible.
Recipes Tested and
Afl r-rlpra sppnrlnB fn th-ae co'.umni hava
i.?vei meaauiwaeala we "*e<i aBBUA, mum
* rihlMlepartriifnt Wlll he alid to sniwer any
rulinmy qLst ... .utmlttcd b> r--aera and
* AddreaaTuimary Bdlter. New-York Tribune.
No 154 n.I.S.-.1 ? atraet
This (jerait^Tt win not be roaaeeeiMe 'j1'
tn.nt.?.-rir.t arhleh l- not e^ornpani** 07
ttamea tor return KlnPy Ineloa*<?*"*?
%ltl tj.uer.tlon*. r-i n'ln* _n *naawrj9WVW.
Wrltat OB Wl, I ae .Id. of the vertr anAote
thal aama aad !-_.J'r.yany ea.b Item.
PTTftBE RBIN1 uJjtOOrl -Take flve
,.r ala large, mealy, freahly hahfli Pot*
toe?., remove the flbfflfl ?ir"1 'rush the
poutoei lb wigh a ai.ve. mixing wlth a
llttle butter. Have ready some ttn.My
ehopped eoohed rabbtl meat mbmd wlth
h llttle atoch .md butur BMr this lato tbfl
ma.hed lOtatOflfl and dilite wlth the
Put it through thfl fllava agaln,
reheal " fltlrrlng aii tha tim.-. and add a
BpooafUl 01 two flf .r.am.
FRIED HAM WITH WINK BAUCE.
Boak flome. sli.es of raw liani Ifl flCflldlflg
water for half an hour. then lay them ln
,i frylng ran ln which has been placed ?
I teaepooaful of vteegar for eflch siice.
, llttle made mustard on each and
Ipopper to taste when tho attc-fl an
Cflofcfld, Ufl thtMii OUt and keop them hot.
| Add a BPOOnfUl flf wine anJ a t.-aspuon
i ,i ..f flugar to tba gravy '" t"c p*". huil
up once, tiK-n pour it over thfl flllcad baaa,
CARftOTfl AND w HiTK Trn.M Pfl. -
Carrotfl an.i wblte turnlpfl ooobfld uautJaUt
mahfl a nov.i and attra dlvfl llflh. C?t
them into large dlce and boii them in
salt.-d water until the epITOtfl are tend.-r.
th. n drain and pour over tliem some
er.-am sauce. Kse about one ,-upful of
BflUflfl to f.nir cupfuls of regfltflbl?, This
is very good to serve wlth cold roast or
t.oll.d 1 .-f. '?- P. D
BPANI8H BAKKD MEANS -Uflfl Oflfl
plnt of hflflflfla ' fl? Bflflflfl and one-half can
tofflfltflflfl. Iflflb l1"' bflflfld fl**flf night In
thfl mornlng fry tbfl ontcu in baeoa until
slighflv hrovn, nddll
! thr.-. large pepp* ra
peppar to eull laat t i >
thi half can ot
- Babe threa or foar I
i New York Clty.
Useful Household Tips
j Thla depertmei.t aill p-y for houa? *
I lf found aval'aHe f
"Uaeful Haoaahold Tlpa at," Sear
' York Tribune. No. 15a NjbWu m.rei-t.
Tu K-U-P n.i'M pr r>i?iv -
| puddmc.': ta be ke[>t property taa
I from BBOietUIB aad hung In
CA-t-dTI/TWCR WITH ROU '*'
AIBE SAUCE.- CauMBoarar brohea into
Boarirati and ballid UB tender is fre
rjnently eeivad aith a Helle
it makes a ehangi flreoi erefuned
tiower and eaaUflam ? toaaed up in bottet
sauce or brown butter.
to stitcii PLBATS KVi'.vr.v.?In
? iiing long pleata a gummed label th<.
aanet wt.ith of pie.-.t or ben* le.piired
hurfc aad on tbe v ar fool of Ua aoar.
i-i- m u nine, just ba* k af the n ? i
the tuck even. ?'? B\ &?
(WM atriier pl?.i^, BM ?
Daily Bill of Fare
BRBAKFA8T. Bananaa, < ? I ot \
eggx on to;i.*t. enffee.
LUNCHKON OR BUPPER
oysters on frk-d brown bread, cold tlaw,
flg cake, tea.
DI.NXLIt?Veg.'talle |OUp, BdM turkey,
stewed tocaatoea, bahed aweel poi
orange salad, ChOCOlata
rse six agp mv eupful of grafted
ohocolate, one eupful ifaugar, ball a tea
spoonful of cinnamon and a ! tth l
stir the yolks and _ngar together, adfj
grated eboeelate, vanllla, cinnamon .m?l
last the beaten whit> s. Hake ln a greaaed
puddin**; dlsh aet tn a pan of h*,t water for
about fifteen or tw.nty h.Iiiu--s in a mod
Handkerchiefs intended for
Christmas gifts should bc
purchased frum a house ot
recognized reputation to in
sure correct style, fine work
manship and a fabric which
is evnry thraad p?m linan.
We weave our own handker
chief Hnens in six different
qualities and make them up
in al! slzes for ladies and gen
The hand embroidery on in
itials, corner designs and
borders is from the hands
of skilled needlewomeji and
will bear the closest scrutiny.
Uce hindkerrhlefs ln VaJen
ciennea, Carrick Macross,
Point, Duchesse and other
Illutrtrated Hat poet free.
T*AM J MA?K
Branchei: London, Dublin,
Factories: Belfast and
Wtringitown, Co. Down,
373Rfth Avenue s?
Comer 35?Street j$