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SOME OF THE PROMINENT EXHIBITORS AND THEIR PETS AT THE POMERANIAN SHOW. >
Lett to right?Misa M. Kcimc.lv, with Wat. and ?ce Butterfly; Miss Anna Sands, with Lulu and Mayfly; Mrs. K. Carlin, of London, with Parknenk Victor and Olilcy Dairyman, and Mrs. nc Rtiyter M. 11 ollins. with Eastncy Elf and ic ens.
ADORING DOG LOVERS
PAY TRIBUTE TO POMS
Mrs. Frank Smyth's Banner Admiral, Straight
from England, King of Them All in
the Astor Gallery.
Adoring wphiTi and envious i
thronaed the \?to> Qollery of the V
dorf-A_tona yesterdav, wh??re the <
and dignified darlincs of Pomlnnd g;
area 10 entertain their admirers at
thlil annual show ?riv?n by the Ho
mu?an Club Of America. Dainty in
pati'-nal champions were pett*?d ?
hugared. and they tried to look as tho<
they were not enjoylr.gr it, w hile
' " t.? of the fair sex were deciding
'.hoir minds that leading e dog's life \
no! such a bad proposition after all.
The big honors went to Ifiugland.
? ti or, te its repreacataUvea Mrs. i-y?
Sm.v th, president of the club, showed
en! Importation. Banner Admiral,
th? flrst time in America, and he oarr
things by storm. Under the name
Afori Oinger Admiral was a big winner
his nathe lnnd. and it would be dlfflr
to flnd anything that would beat him.
? M mont wonderful coat of a brli
orange ShSda pnd Is on the qui ?
every minute. Mrs Frank T. t*lark
little Aahton Was Oliver bore hi.0 0WB4
colors proud!.." to victory in his class
lut when he bad to meet the mighty *
mirai he conceded defeat. Mrs. Clark
ehamrrion Is ?-pilte flaavle.?.?, and while
h -a beautiful black. Admiral's color is ?
It came to pasa later In the ?lay th
Baner Admiral could beat anything In t
shoa-, regardless of aex, color or size, t
he was chosen a? the winner of the prei
??rts trophy for the best in the ?ho
Ai?hton Wee Oliver, the reSOIVe to the A
mira), carried away the secretar;?
ttophr. Which was offered to the better
the two reserve winners. The vice-pre?
dent's cup went to Mm A. ?le b KeUs
rhampi"n, Liu!? Sally Lynd, and this an
? ?weeping victory for the American <o
H'igent. P-a?v w;ts bred by her prese
"w-rcr, and abe la the ?laughter of T-itt
Rilly ?nd Q leenl? Lynd.
Mrs. Ralph Stewarts Afoti (.Irlie at
Mr?. Clarke's Fairfax Wee 1". ? ? i;
?ere quite overlookeil In the Anal roun?
up. Fan hon would no; behave heree
In the ring, and h?i rlbbonleos conditir
was her own fault, but Afon Qttilc wi
t-C winner at the Philadelphia ?how. an
S\ery one looked for her to do big thin?;
There was fault to be found, how eve
~'iih the jodga'e d? faMean Rauhe
?"laike, the famois ?agUoh .?'??ike, mai!
hit debut in the American sh'iw i?iik, an
?eJdom In the history of the ?lub ha
any one adjudicated so saiisfa.toril}
Even the looisrs aihnanloflged th<- fait
u"Df of the dotlseo?s. and If the fancier
srs allowed to choose, th's will not b
Mr. Clarke's laat appearance wearing th
Misa Maul Kennedy brought out an at
tractive voting lady called Hoi wl'l
Beauty, by Siht and Henrich Oalga Hoi
wich Beauty wa? chosen as the reser.
to Mra. Kelm's homebred Pallie Dynd. It
lh? ODen class for dog? bred b> exhibitor
Mra. Smythe had gnotber vlctiiry win
l??r Banner Moreno. Mrs A ?le B. Keim'
i Saille .aine to the front aajain in th?
??lass for bit? lies t^red by exhibitors,
During the twelve hou. s that the dogi
w*re on exhibition every 0M WhS bar
.? Ibe Sllghteet intereat in Bom? raniaii!
c*me to view them. Amona; those pres?
ent were Mr. end Mr?. .James BfOWl
''otter. Mr. and Mra. Barclay Warliui
?on. Ml?? Anna .Sands, Mi>. Kalph Stew
*n, Mrs. F. W. Vanderblli. Mr. and Mi-.
Samuel Wllictt?-. .1 Miff-lin Wharton.
??1rs. Hartley Williamson. Mis. W. M
? ?ter Wiederseim, Mr. and Mra M t?
Harby. Mr.?. Henry Jarren. Dr. and Mi?.
h. H. Beilr.dsohn. Miss D. B. l'hampiou.
*???? G. M. Cornachon. Mrs. i'liarles W.
4 napln. Mr?. Frank T. darbe, Mr. and
Mre. Frank Addyman. Jules l'eioni.
?Vf?. W. Sheppard. Miss Mat.lorle Suivi:?
?Mrs. n. F Mayhew, Miss Lydia Falten.
Mr?. A. Il Haworth. Mrs. Charles K.
?DurneU, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Doran.
Mr?. A. de B. Keim, Mrs. De Ruyter M.
"olline, Mr?. Whitney Warren. O. W.
?Vdntard. Mtss Kitty Barber. Oeorge H.
*aro\ Mia? Mildred Holme? and Mis?
Kvelyii Burden, The awards follow:
Yuppie? I?*r,?ri?; black? ?Kir??. Bo?oia K?n
'"* ?'-oHota Jack Hprali; ae-on-i. Ml?? (?o'?1
?'??t Palrlea AntLoni; third. MU? I M <\
""il? l.aiilv Mateo Bo?; fourth. Mr?. Wal
< !??.!?.> ? ?Af^Mlbury Mlle
W;.?. ia?|M; blut-k? ?ira?, Mr?, w. Wylle's
.".'? ,, a ; i (-.. K?rond. Mojot? K.-nr.el?- Bogota
?'? r. si.tuti; third. Mr?. H tVIIH-im'a H*niter
Hal- fourni, Mi?. M. K M?rh, ? Non???
'? " U pe; Mack) Fir?-. Mr.? R r m
'"??'? lltaiightv Bo-, ; aV?on*. Mr? II. H.
? urry? Hamilton Utility Bo>: third. Mr? W.
*rWa tiimdliu ?lj>; fourth, Mis? I. V. I
I Open (daps: black) rn*r. Mr? frank
Harke'a rhamplon Aahtoo W?a Ollvw
Mr? n F. Maybew*? Haaphty bo? ibl
Mrs. R. ?I Cttiry'? Haiiiilt'in Hain % !..
! fourth, Vi?? I V Hunter*a ?.-'?!lath
POpple? Kleg? bTOWB ,,r .'hoc..?at. I Pll
Mr? Krank T. ?'laike? FSirfas ? ho? ofate h
! op.,. Mas? C B. McElroy'? <*,!.nkirk ? hoioli
i P |
Novice id?-?*?: bmwn or rhccolatei fir
'? i*wlss Mountain Kenn?-!*' Hann?r Mor??n?-?. ?i
1 "nd. Mie? ? ll McBIroy*? Olenklrt? i
j Kl> . third. Mr? M ICeorlla'? ? no oiate Fud.
Limit (?Jog?: und?r r? pomda: drown or <-h?
Mat"? Kirxr. Mr?. A M l^gan? Anil?
; Prince; ascend, .-??i?? MooaUla Kennel?' B?
j ner Morono: third. Mis? I>-na Bcblllln
' Ifs.rght. ?hori^ia?? l'rlr.?-?*. fourni, Q,
Q tard'? ;!i.;ire?..?\ cbeoolata Kin?
Open ?'?.?a?; un.lct 8 potincu-, t.rown <?r ebOt
laie? fir.??, Mr? A M Eagair? Ash.?
Prince; ?<<-ond. swi?? Mountain ICoaaola' H:<
ner Moieno: third. Misa I>*no Schllllni
?Haughty ?ho'oiat?, t'rlnr*. fount . Q, \
I Qulntard'? ?'.Irtgrway rho'olat* King
Puppies ?dos?, ?ahl? or ?h?ded ?all??) Plrt
, B)enn?i-ha??et Kenip-la' nunr.?rha*??i Puff
Lln.lt ?dein; ?able or ?haded ?ahle? Kin
i Swla? Mountain Kennel*' a fon M?iulnn> . .?.
! ona. A W, Freeth? Ofrluv Mite; third. Mi
???rlley Willlain??,n'? LSktWOOd Tom.. four!
I Mian l? B. ?-harnplon ? Firefly.
i Osan ???'?es, mm? s pomMs ?-??rie or ?had
? ? I .??. M,s? Ma.nl Keanod* - Porno?
Wasp: aeOOOd. rw ??s Mountain K-i.n.l?- At?
l&qulnny; ihnrt. v w. Fr*?th*i oaba Ml!
f? ? Mr. Krank T. dark? s Athlon' ?'noc
Puppte? tdofa and bitche* white) Urs ? ?.
Hill KennelS ?.?-.s Hill Piar Flower; ?ocoa
OeOCPI H. 'Vis luiipai.... third, ?Jeori
Ford ? Viol<*tta.
.N'..vlce, ..?os? and bin-he?, white) - Fir?!. Oj
Hill Kennel?' (?an Hill Star Flow or; he.i.n
Mr? Theodor?- Laugher; v-g 'lean- I *
| (Lin,li .dog? an?l bliche?; ?lit*, Firsr, Mi
Uhltne> Warrtn's Whit* lie- ??.-?.nd. os
Hill Keaaela' Oak 11.11 Srar F!>wer: thlr
Mr? );<iitii Btoao'a Baowbatl III fonrtb, Mr
Tboodora D?iugh?-rt.v ? i'l.??.',e snos
Open .dogs ?nd hitch?-?, whit'? Pint. Ml
IVhltnei Warreri ? WblM l;??v , aaCOod On
Rlil Keaailo* ?ial< Hill -la- |*l0W?l '!>'.'
'???'?i- ?I I'o.d'? Tuhpano. fourth.
Foid? A ?olet:?.
Puppies ?do??: hin* m Paaren Pint, "?
Mill Kennels' <>*?? till '.?ainiv Mlu??te
, Novlc? o?os? hiid Ulche? bits oi - I et
t'n?t. Mr? .inn.?-? Qlennon'? ''.'..uxm --v..
.-'?? id Mino:a Kenaols' l.i.* BlU? of M noi
Limit icio?? arid 1f.lt? h*? unde: I? pOUado, Mil
i "i beav?r) First Mrs. M n Har-by'i \?.un
Visea; aaet nd. m?. Bvelyn Burden - Pon?
I worm p.iu- imp; tnird. Mr? Jame? Glennon
Olonsan ?-well, fourth, Mis.? MUdrod Holmei
1 rue ? K' .11 11
? <i. n ?<i?,i(.- ?nd bltrhoa nndet I ???-?.in..? Ma
? ?? b ? ??.-? :-';i.-;. M's M g i.?.. ..-.->. Nowai
,'.??-. ?? oni Mi?- Evelyn Burden'? or.?;
w.-rne BllM Imp. third. Mr? lame? Olennon'
?Mangan Bwoll; fourth, Mus Mildred H
I- I . . Ki.ilh.i
Claai 91 ?put p> ?las? aid M tehee; nni^?' <
rream) First, Mr?. a_ .? Albud'? Pon?as
k< m "???i. .??-.?i.? Mona .
?.??i? ?Sonner Yellow P.?.??. third, Mr? M
Ko.ic? .-J?.?? ai.d bini?-?. ?rang* <,, eroaw
Flr.i. Mr? g > nilalrd'a Poinland iivii.e a
l.rir, ?ecOQd, Mrs R II .'urn > Little Iiollv
third, i-v.it? Mouniatn Roanel?' Hatutot Veil?,-,
Pc?., fourth. Mn M Hwward'a h???. i'?-K?ie
Limit ..lor? ?ii?i Miebao, wtfoi s imund?
oranga ??. < roam) Wrat, .??.? i: i" Uayhsw'
hiv Milla i'ii?ehu?. ascend, Mr? Bortram ?;
? riajse; Udi-d, Mrs. M K Hgrmf
X?M?ata Pomland Pu*m Willow; fourth, A. N
I J>OOtli'a .?l.i.Jh.i Mis h.*f.
Open '?J'-gs ami hl:?l:e? aadei s pound?
?rasp? ?r croaai) First, s??i?? Meuntala K?i
nt-It.' ' Banner Adni'.ia!. *?'<?ii?l Mr? ll. K
Maybew'? Fo* inn?. j*h?e?.j?: third. Mr?. A
i>.? p.. Krim ? harnplon Util- Sallv Lvnd
fourth Mr? 1? "H CUil ? Linie DMIy.
, PupflM "!<??? hmiI bltcbea; ?rr. ?olor. P" t r j- ?
M.? Krank T. CtarkO'a Falrfux Mis? ?o:is.
q ?es ??
I Kovlee .?I????? a.,?l M tesos ; in? eoktr) Klrsi
Mrs. Edittt n. .-'? Iiwai I - ? Alfonialno. *~
Limit (?log? and 1,1?. he-: unlei I p0SB?a
any oth.i ?oh.M First, Mrs William ?'an?.
wicdMki-ini'i At.m Honor'a M::?-, m und M.*"
MarVirte Bm-dte'? Bwoel .ioar? of Mlnoru
tblrd, Mra '. M hla_rno'a Bcautif Mastei
Mik-i'ie; fonrth, Mia?; ?MarJoTla BmyBa"? n
Peop of r>ov. nsl Ire
1 ?.pen ?do??? and hit.he?, und?. * pouBda;
';,., Mbei lOh.i? Kirs: Mi*. A. llolme?!
Han.? Marco; aeeonoVMlM ?Ma**J*Ml? fcayll?'?
.-.veil .lu?n of Mlnoru; third. Mr?1 I. ?
Mayno's Boautit Ma.t.-i Mapple; fourth? ?','l!??',
M BmyHo'a Bo I'??-|. of Downabtro.
l.imi. '<lner aun Mt.'h?-?: s pound! and over,
anv color i.ut whltoj i'h-t. Oak HUI K?-.
nei? Oak lllll R?Sd ltllliihlei; OOCOnd, Mrs. ti.
Barnott'a .'oik ?-hap; third, Mlsora Kennel?'
I.u? \ Ml .e <?f Mlnur-i.
<?P': (?fasa aii'i Blickes *? tHiunt* ?nd over;
an?' ?'?lu: I : Shit? ? Kh .-i. Mis Uli ' P??' -
n?tt? .(?>)!> ?'?.?p. saeosd, Mr?. Rowan! ?h?|?
iiiHii Millar*? ilonev llo? . ihlrd, Mlourtl Ken
l el?' L? \ Hin? -il Minoin
Opoa i?i<iB*. .'? pound? ?ni und. i. an] color) -
i'i:-i. Hwis? Mu.?i.tai.. Konnots' Bannoi Ad?
miral: ??cotni. Mra R. F Maybew'? k<?. inn?
PhWbUSi third. Mrs. lVilllam ?'?ner *.VI^,l?r
?elm's Afon Hon?)'l Mil?.
Open ??log?, o.e. .', pound? Olid no. rac^rdlng
ft pounds i Firm Swls? Moon lain Kennel?
Banni-- Hi? !.<?: i-hij second. Mis? Lena
Kchl'llna's Mm Khi> . i.? oint?- Prim*, third
Mr? I. M Mara?'8 Hea-.iUf.il Maeter Magpl?*.
fouith. Ml?? M.ta l'on Hernutl,-. I'omcrla
Wtnnora .?log?. Fll-at. S?vi?? Mountain Ken?
nels' Hanner Admiral; reserve. Mr?, i-.ank F.
Clurke-? chai'iplon Ashton Wee Oliver.
p.ippleo idogs, Am.rl'iin bred; hlaik, brown
or choeolal.) FlrKt. BOSOM Kennel?' Mogol?
Jack sprait; ??cond, Mis? ?' I:. M'Klro?'?
Olenkirk Oioeolafe Fly, thlid. Ml?? 1. M. C.
Lutton ? Oandv Mar?-o Ro>.
Oi^n .do??. Anieili.??? ??re.li Kh?t. Mi?. R.
9 Aval*a r??lr?ty Mite. ????Trnil *?? i?? Moun?
tain Kenn'l?' Bnnr.er Moreno; third, .Iule?
PetOOd'a Mllnaha?? Masher. <r. ; rourth. Mis?
?? ft Mcllroy'a ?P?nklrk f*hocol?te.
Puppte? ..?up?. American bred: anv oilier
.?,.(,.1 |-|.?i. Mtf. K. 8 Aller***? I'oinlaod
ink. of Kent; aecjnd. "H Hill Kennoli
BUI ?'tar ?Tlewer? ihlid. (J-MSaS Ford? 'lull,
Owes .dog?. Amerhat. bred any oih'r ?olor?
II.?t. Mi? ?; .?". Aliaid'a Pomland Prln.*.
I'hsnipion 'dog? and Mtrhe?. Fir??, Mr?
Fr?nk T. ('.?rke? A?hton *A> Oliver.
Veteran Mot?; over ? year??? First. Oak Hill
Kt-nnelo Tom Tatch Tufu?ll; ?econd, Mr?.
Ou?, -hraett'a Jeth ?!?p. third, Mra
Rayter Holl?n?-? l-;_?t'?v Dickon.
I'uppl? I iLti'h'.?: blarkl First. Mr? It
Curry's Hamilton [Mint] (Mr!; ?e. pad. !
Qeodair? rairie? i.in ii.init. ??; third, Mra.
.loi linen ? ??hiev
Nov. In- .lit,,,. . Markt First Mr? A A
Keim'? Marietta Lynd; ?eeond. Mr R
? "itirj ? llai-illtotl !',?!ii:\ <;?rl. third, Mra
R Harby'i Mownta Jodjr; fourth, ? mi?
Kennels' <>nk n.u i lelil??.
Limit tiatf.? nu.;., s pound?; hi*.
First. Mra, Ralph c Stewart'? v ?'?'
M'-o.iii. Mr? a de n Kclm'i Marietta It
ihird. SwIm Mountain Kennel?' Baaner L
Xi-ra. fo'itih. Ml? R 11 t urr. * llaail
Dalnl ? <;iri
Opea (tdtelne; andar * ponn?!?; Ma^ki v
M:s Ralph Stewart'? Afun 0-11?; ??? ,
Sw i?? Mountain Kenncia' Panm-i Prie
?Un? ti,' '. MIm M n i ne Sn - - -
?' Minorai fourth, Mia? Paulin? ?... ?
I'm,; ? brown or rhocolete) Fi
MlM Kill) lit net 'a Kit! Dei III _
Mi - m John on - Ulli? u onA i. third, s
.. ? ' ?ait? lient .
Novl ? (bitches; brown ,t c-boeolale) PI
? Mr? M Johnson'? Little WonSei ??a oral. v
T. J Letton*? Little Clayton Paner; Il
Mn a il ? Brown'? Mtn fourth, *?
K|,iD?v Batan'i . ilrfas Delnty Bunt)
Umll ?i ii- ;?" . under 8 i ndi Pint. 1
! Maud Kenned; llorwteh Brouty; ?? ond, I
i ix- ft,.-.-, ? Hoi Ine'i ! ?. Elf; third. *?
Prank 1 i ?ir, Pslrfss Miss Consequent?
< ?. ? t iMtchei ndei I pound? brown
chocolate) Pirat, Mis? Maud Kenned) ? n
?Ich Seoul Mcood, Mr? l> Barter M n
in.-- i Baeme] i::r. third. M,:? Mat)
Si t'a Bo Peep cf Downshln
Pappl?? ft.lt? ea; ?eble ,r ?h?''?ti Pu
Mm n v. Kir-land'? ?.lenkirk Wot
Nymph; ?ecam . Mr? Man?an? ? Sohl? MIM
Norte? ii.ll.l.?, lirai. Mr?. H W Kl
land*? Qlenklrh >v ? >? : i j N . ,,i in aoeoad. M
Henlang*? Sebl? Mite; ihlid, Mn K
L i. aro Baby Plrofly.
Limit in:.!..? under I pound?) Pirat, M
M. K?nt!. t- '? Wee ButterS). ?? end .m
Qestsvts SentT? ?'ffl?-? Sue?- m?ij ry; ;t,i
Mr? William 1! Tu. ; ??? : ?. ItannT La
Or.??n il llene? nd'r *> pOUaOOl l'i??' M
Maud Kennedy'? u <? Butterfly; aecend, M
Gustarle Benff'i OflW Bweel Marjort? Ihl
Mr- William ?t Imker Jr ?. B.inner 1
i)w n (Ml ?. .'? t" Mda end indoi
???"t i ?Tirai Mrt v .; ? g, i<. lui ? < i.. al
! i.itt:- Boll) ? a ? MIm Ma - : Ki
nedy'a Hon Ici Beauty; ihlt.l. Mr> liai
Stewart'? ? ?
Open fMtchea erat I eeundi und ? ?i
reodlna R pound?) Fini. n?i?? Moun'i
?v n ? ? 1?..? Princesa Nina ?eeond. M
Mnrlr.tt? Smy'l- . ?.?.?t .loan ot Vit..or
third Miaa Msrjori? Bmyllo'a Bo Peep
Winner? (bliebe?) Pirat, Mr. a d?
Koim'i < i.ji-i-i i- n Little Lynd notre?. Mi
ai \ Kennedy*? H ?t niel mont]
Puppte? un.? A merles a >r?d Mac
brewa or ch?olste* Kimi. m,? m lohnooi
Open t> ?t. la ? I ni ? ? in t red t'i?
??r rhocoleto) (-"?ru: Mr? a de l< Kela
Linda Lrnd; ?eceud, Mra l?e Ruyter 'f"iiir
-??. i:\: th -i Mn r: h curry'? Me?
llton l'i.int- ?
Pupple? iMIfhe?; A?nerl?-an bred; ?nv ?.'h
rolori Plrai Mr? E g Mlard.? )? niai
t?' Olrl M ?? Mr? Il v Klrl i i I
?;i?,n- h - W ?H; N- n,; : Ihlrd, Swles Mo I
tain K? rioel? l..u ? ? ? ? lt,.;
Of-r. ?l-ii. h'- It merles n bred a- ??
rotor. Fint. Mi. H lt ' an, > Lttti? PoU]
??r?.:i I M r.- 11 ,t | , lli.,1 I I loti
Veteran rbltrheoi ?Tirai Ml?a Hyden'a l*e
i i Plysws) ?? ?ond, Mn Hertle?. ?VllUan
apn'i Lekewood Sprite; third Mid c*ha*nplon
Opee "i?,??, it? i i. eshll lloral Piral, iwli
Mountain Kennel? Bannei Moreno ? i
M i i: g Allard? Pom land? prlara ?it?..!
tl.l..,, Mi? llaita>j WUIIenaso* > Ijil.e*.??
Open ?Kit. ?>??? farad by ??falb.??
Mi ' S? n K-im ? champion little hjii
I. .,.- ?eeond Mn de Rnytei Hol II n?*? Fa?
? Ihlrd. Mr? I! II '"? ,. ? Hanllt?
Open (Soge; ?wnod In Manr???t?irii ?Tira
Mi? Bertram >; Work'? Mervyn t. ond MS
Bvelyn Rueden'? Plugwerne Bin? in
..; . g,.: ? ...- ?
? >? ibltchei .? ni 'i In Mannst me) Piral
?.? Onetsvla BautlTi OlSe] .???.??? \i . >
?eeond, Mr? d? Ruyter Holl?n?'? i:.-?
third Misa !?:? Ulm ?: yra'a Bweel Molli/
pielllnc clan .d,.K- and Ml >? nrUt net t
exreed ?lorn Pim Mn W Wylle'? n_irndh
Mlme; ?eeond, ?i?i-. Hill Kennels' <>?U Hi
Loci?, third. Mra R M Cum - n?m:tto
LEAVE IT TO THE MEN
Women of Repose Oppose Alii
anee with Progress.
The village of Repooe and the viiii.ee 0
Proj ea hud a joint town Bseetlng at tb?
Waldorf-Astorls rest erde j t<? dlaenn
whether the) wanted t?. ooosolidate. Al
ti?e oflelala <>f imtu planes were thsro
risalden! Belle de RlveN of the viiiae?
0* RePOOe, I'leahlenl l'loi?n?e lluetiimv
of the ?Wage of Proareaa. Tlglitwa?]
Traaaurer Mra ?'altan el Pragreea, Po?
liceman Mi." Tuttle. Foatmaste; Mn
,los?-|ih Wood "f Prsgiaas and many
other? Tley tilled the platform, and all
won- then title? in cardboard pla?ai?!? on
their b?taoste. ?" son oonldn*t mistake
it wss the i'liiniai playtime of the Po?t
?Parliament Club, ;?nd Mr?. -i?ihii Trow
eras in the chair The rlllagss failed t?.
eonoolldate, though so much ?a? eald
aboui it thai at llmoe ever] ene w???
talhiue,' a' once,
Mra William Qrnnl Brown, who w,.'
th.re ?a a woman taxpayer from ihe vil?
lage ?if Repasa ssannssd up 1|1" ISshngs
of the women of that community when
"The women of Propre*?." ?I" Cried,
"desire to mare the civic leaponalhllltl.?
of the men. Well. WO women of Repone
go not! We ?ay, deliver us from reapon
?dhintle?. We bel!? ve that WOOBga'S place
i?, ovar the dlahpan and the washtnba
w.- don't wapi ?" Bs sol 'mo the worin
ami eee that the orphan asylums are raa
right, w ? don'l n?ani ta an thai oui
ihiiiiirii eren'l poison i bj bod drlnhtng
water, an?l kiil.d by antomoMles in Ihe
atreet bocauoc then "" ?tnr1' i|,f*c?* f?r
them to play. We believe In leaving these ,
things to the men. We love the men!" |
FAI AS SLUM ANU?
?Solves Child Labor Probler
Says Old Colony Club Speakei
;LADY ABERDEEN ON ERf
I Pictures Illustrate Conversic
of Emerald Isle City Deserts
Hack to the farm for th? factory chil
A new solution of the child lahor pro
lem was offered by Philander P. ?'laxto
?'ominlssloner of Kducation. In his a
IraSS before the International Children
Bcbool I-'arrn I^aaue at Its meeting
; the Cnhinv Club yesterday afternoon.
The ?ehr.ol garden ha? shown us tl
way to solve the child labor problem
Mr Clastea ?aid "Jt haa proved th?
? hildren ran make things grow, and aro
ah-.ndnntlv. A tiny pait 4 by 8 feet, ?uc
as a child has in Ihe city farm, aro*
? vegetable? enough to supply a famil
of five with a different vegetable ?;ver
?lav for five da>s In the week " He cot
?hildren in the su!?iirhs and small eiti?
where lead .? svsllsbls could sssfl** gro
fvegetable? ?sough for the estira f.?rn?l
This would keep thorn out of Um fa>
i'it:>?. for children could earn much mor
thai their Vector) wage? by raising reg?
ta?il'* .Mid flower? for sale
I know I ysBBg bov wh.i go' a ?juart??
of HP a. re of laud to use gg h,. , pOOS '
the summer, lie decided en chicken.
His moth,-, agreed to buy his complet
e.'pplv nt e?;g?. and loaailng ?-lilckens n
the ?inn?- prh .? she would pav bei rogll
Ihi r.iH. kclman At th? end of the gum
inrr tbe i'?jv had rlrar?d 11?<? ll?- tin
lln- m?iiiev in Hie hank to ?av mithin
nf sisaaai In Ms hea.l and health |
I - . sd] gslsed from Us summer's ?\
In Hi?- S'uiih It Is even rnme true tha
in the North that the pla? e for the ? hil
I? mi tue farm. Tlhle vegetable? are e\
penslV? down thare. foi the simple tea
s?.n ilia' ev ervbO'ly rai.se.s cotton o: to
bo?eeo <?. <??.n Th? children whs lesi
la .ais.- tonsatSSS >?n<l besas can e?n
(v.. ?. ?- much a? they could in th
Mis. Henry Parsons, president of th
Internstioosl Children's Hrhooi Kam
l.".iiiic. inn oilii.-i'd Lady Abeideen, wh.
spoke bijeflv* of the s? houl Carden? Il
Ireland In which ehe Is iuterrst??!.
"Out children have raised only flower:
as >el." she said, "but they are lookir.i
forward t?? vegetable genleas soon."
Surr.e pictures wer.' thrown on th?
BOraeS showing desert? In ?Ities when
only tin cans and debris grew The au
diene? bsd a tssrtbts sin?, k when toi?
thai this whs the BSaUtSOSS BlBStSkl
Isle. They rt?i have ugly ba? k vard? ami
garbsgS eaas ?ven In Ireland!
Than srarybody che ?rod up and ap
pla iU?-d. too, when pictures were ?howr
of these name ha? k yard? "after taking"
Nine? covered Hie grimy fences, the rusty
esas and litoken ho tiles were replui-ed
by velvety xreen lawns on which happy
fac.-d lit lie ?iris wen* playing lag. l.ady
Aberdeen Ii'iuhI hii.I smiled her thank*.
for il.? applause
Among those pienenl st the meeting
v.eic: Mrs ?liarles B Alexander, Mis
.lame? I! Parsons Mrs. Jonathan llulk
l?->. MrS Johnston !.. de I'cv.mIhi, Mi
luid Mrs I. R. William?. Mrs. James W.
HsslSklirSl. Mrs. Joehua llaltleld. Mra
QaergS (?rant Mason. Mrs William R.
Wlllcox, Mrs. Walter P. Buss, Mrs. Henry
phipp?. Mr?. Henaaaa m. Big?*?. Mr?.
Jonathan Thorn?*, Miss Jane W, Tucker
man, Mrs. George Walker Jenkins, Mrs
Howard Van Sinderen, Misa Kmlly
Unit. Tinkerman, Mis? Kiii:ly B Van
AiarlBg*? and B. H Kldder
FOR QUEENS TRANSIT LINE
P. S. Board Will Open Bids for
Section 2 on January 28.
The Public ?Service Commission yester?
day instructed the chairman and ?e?re
tary to advertise for bids to lie opened
on January 2>> st noon fpr the construction
of Section 2 of the Aatorla-Woodslde and
forona rapid transit line. Thla Is the
first construction contract for the new
lapld transit line? In Queens to he ad?
vertised. It Is part of the elevated road
to he l.uilt from the Queensboro Hrldga
throuah Second and Debevolse avenue? to
I?iimars menu?, Astoria.
It w II connect with the line? over the
<JueeiiNhi.ro Bridge, ami under the dual
sj?t?m v 111 be Sp'srSled Joint!?, I y the
Interberougk RapM Transit CSaspaay
from Ihe Second avenue elevate?! and th?*
Bteinway lunnrl and by the Brooklyn
Rapid Transit Company irasa ?M HroaJe?
way-Seventh svenu? seirwsy.
i REAL MOI ?EKS?
Mrs. Crosby and Every One Else
at Waldorf Has Grouch.
DUE TO BREAKFAST BILLS
Women's Democratic Club So
Stirred Miss Donnelly Never
Got Chance to Speak.
What was It the Covernor of N'orth
Carolina ?aid to the i.overnor of South
Carolina? Well. BOVOS mind; but here 1;
what the president ?.f the Woman's Hem
!?>< rafle f'liih of New York <"!ty. Mrs John
? Bherwla Crosby, ?aid to the president*
general of the Daughters of the Americnn
devolution, Mrs Matthew T. Scott, when
th" latter Offered bet o drink *fter Mrs
Seott'8 eandfdate for the presidency of
the IVntnaiiH National Democratic
League, Mrs. Btephen b ayrea, hud da*
feat.?d Mrs. Croahf hi the election h'-ld
in ?gfaahington ia?*t Tbursdny:
"Have a etJn <>f tea. with you? Madam.
I had as aoon have , cup of poiaon with
Mi.?, ?'rosby atol home from Washington
v.steidav "all lut up" about that elec?
tion and the methods which, ?he gavs.
w-ere emplov.d hy her opponent?. BhC
?hadn't COOtod down when she took Up her
ignvel to preside at ?? meeting of the
Deoaoeratlc < lub at ihe Waldaif Satorls
in the afternoon; aini tho.iKh ?he didn't
allude, from the chair, ta the recent en
gagemeut, there irae sonething In the
stnsnaphere erhleh made the meeting, in
its ?am?, golfe S -.'""' m the annals of inili
i.int eluh dr.
what with disagreements ?.ver the bills
for lit?? Mi? Wilson .le.ikfast the club
?av. recently, and a tow other matten
there were generallj thirteen women on
Ihe fi??or hii talhlng al once. An hi?a <>r
the confusion mai '"? gathered from the
faet ihni Miss liar) Don nelly was th.-r.
all primed foi .? speech about Mayor
?laynoi and the rice situation in NOW
fork, and ilidnt net ,, i iiau? ?? to e.iy one
it .?eenied a pity, fonstdsilng the ex
\.einn?es through which lire Crash) bisd
fuel pas id. that everybody ?ame to the
meeting irtth a grouch. But ??> it eras
Mi,'. Kdlth Keifr.it w:ts there in a front
se;,t. Mis Reiffert srgS the speaker at
the Mrs. njiieoo breahfaat who was re?
minded b) Mi? CWnby, afler she had
apohoa lift?-.-n minutes, that five miimt.'s
was her allowance, it was reported thai
?he was ko,i,k in demand e public apology
from Mis. ("it.siv. nut she didn't. She
just stood up moel of the lim?-, an?! re
marhed after <..<:i oi.f Mra Croohy*s
ruiinKs thai as s lawyer who anderataod
parliamentary law she didn't think Mrs.
Croeb) was right, sti . sic
Airs. Lillian 1! Mrs added to the Ray?'..
by dOClerlag heatedly that thounh the
dub bad "iflnpeteen" ehairmen none of
them ever came tu the mootlagJB or re?
ported anything. Mrs, Crosby defended
her chairasen? Mm. sire reiterated ?er
statement, whet ?upon Mis I'rosby said
she was not act tiMoined tO be contra
dicted. lira, sire ?aid sin- wasn't con
UneUStlng? and kein on doiiiK it
But this was nothliiK to the breeze
when the hills for the Mrs Wilson
hreakfaft cattle up. The brOOhfOCt ?ost
the club IMsSj it w.is announced. <?f ihi?
a pail was spent by the chairman of
pre??, Mrs. John l'obeti Miller.
"I'fess work!" i Tied Mrf?. -ire. "I ?.pent
money 1*1 picM* work, and I coll?'? ted
nOthh-B toi it. 1 didn't think of belli?;
A t.imult' BOCCOeded OAa, above whijh
could be heard Mra Miller? voice pa?
alon.itel*. declaring that she eOUld account
for every cent, ot that presa bill.
A demure woman in lil.uk triad i?> make
everybody feel better by leading a letter
Mis. Simon liai i,. h had rOCOiVl 1 11 ??m a
woman win. attended the Mra f/Ueon
breahfaat The letter praised th.- sim?
plicity of Mrs WUeon'a drees on that
occasion, "as COOtrUOted witn the ball
rooni attire of many less c.lebiatc?!
wann n who were there."
"That is a p.ileclly awful letter!" ex?
ploded Mis Haniman .1. L-J-OOS? "Who
"1 han't give the name," saUi the de
mine woman In black.
"Well," chorused the club with Mr?
Lamson's ?I Sg vole.? in the l?-a?l, "?he
ouRht to i..- sahamed of bereslf. Hail-1
room attlr?. Indeedr'
"I odies*" cried Mra, Creeoy, pounding
her Kavel, " w. will BOW have a little i
music. Muele soothed th?- ewvege*rtbat I?
i?? ojy. ?'.'.._?? B-tltb *?<?_ sang u? -?
And Miss Smit'ii sang. Bot that didn't
atop the fra>. 1: ros? a_u i?i uiuJi clue*
upon 7 o'clock. ?
FIGHT ON FOR SUFFRAGE
Bill to Come Up Shortly in the
House of Commons.
Lor.dor?, .Ian. 18. When Ihe franchis?!
reform hill come.? un In the British Par?
liament shortly the members of the
II?.us?- of Commons will find all the ap?
proaches to the chamber picketed by
aetrsssea and other supporters of th?
tnovemetii in favor <?f votes for women
Thioiit'hi'Ut the entire delate, day and
night, th?' women intend to be present in
Mr engt h ami to buttonhole members ot
the House as they pass in and out.
The Actresses' Franchise League, which
is organizing tb? movement, has ?asllsd
for the help of all similar societies in
making a peaceful demonstration in sup?
port of the adoption ?>f an amendment to
the bill Intended to give the suffrage to
women They hope to he successful, al?
though the acts of th. 11 militant sisters
have gi.-ativ alienated sympathy "from
the cause in the I'nited Kingdom.
At ihe same time the militant ?section
of the suffragettes Is sai?! to be prepar?
ing to provide a more exciting time for
members of Parliament.
At present the suffragists have a bare
majority in the House of Commons if
all of them vote for the measure. It is
understood, however, that many of them
have at least temporarily withdrawn
their support because of the methods
ndopted by the militants A large num?
ber of Liberals who are In favor of suf?
frage for women will not vote for it now
or. account of Premier ?Lagslth's oppo?
sition to the movement and also because
Of the way he lias been treated by the
Should the members <?f the House of
Commons who favor woman suffrage
SUCCsed in having the woid "male" elim?
inated from the bill three alternative
proposals will be made to include wom?
en. The first and most drastic emanaieu
from the Lai.or paiiy, conferring the
vole on every woman in the? country
who Is more than twenty-one peers old
Tht? ha-? little cbaiMS Of passing, as it
would menu ailult suffrage, arhl h meets
much opposition. The second proposal
is thai Incorporated in what was known
us the conciliation bill and whi? h was
defeated by the supporters of woman
suffrage because it was ii.it democratic
enough and wouhl give the vote to
WSSltky and well-to-do women, hut not
t.? the working woman It simply pro?
vides that the vote should he given to
woman householder?; l?avid Lloyd
Oeorge and other influential supporter
of "votes for women" opposed thte, s<
it. too. is not likely to meet with fevoi
In fact, the only amendment whicl
will receive serious consideration I? tha
which proposes to introduce the Xorwe
glan system into England. This ayaten
give.*- the votes to women householder!
?nil the wives of electors. As most Ol
the women householders are of the well
off classes and all the workingmen ar?
electors, the amendment would, it la con
slderad, fairly distribute the vote anioni
UPHOLDS 54-HOUR LAW
Justice Blackmar Decidei
Justice Blackmar. In a habeas corpua
proceeding hrought to test the law 11m
I Hing the hours of labor of minors and
| women In factories, handed down a de
| cislon yesterday in the Supreme Court,
Brooklyn, holding that ft was a crime to
employ a woman to work In a factory
more than ?fifty-four hours in a week.
William Hoederlln, a candy manufac?
turer, made a test of the law covering
minor and women employes, and was
arrested, and then brought the habeas
In his memorandum Justice Blackmar
covers the so-called constitutional guar
antee of liberty, holding that "It ia com?
petent beyond question for the Legl?
lature to prescribe such limitations In the.
case of minors, who are wards of the.
state, and that It is to the welfare of
society to limit the hours of labor a
woman shall perform In a factory." Coa
tinuing. he said:
The ?levelopment of the Industrial llf?
of the nation, the pressure of women and
children entering the industrial field In
competition with men physically better
qualified for the struggle, has compelled
them t?. suhnnt to conditions and terms
of set vice which it cannot be presumed
they would freely ? hf'ose. Then* liberty
to ?(infract to sell their labor may he
bur another name for Involuntary servie?
created by existing industrial conditions
The law which reatraina the liberty to
contract may tend to emancipate them by
ensbtlng them t?> act as they chooee and
not ab competitive conditions compel. All
these considerations are for the L?gis?
lature and for the Legislature alone. It
ii, only where the statute control? con
<iu.;t in matters plainly and obvloualy in?
different to the welfare of the public or
any portion thereof that the courts can
pronounce the act vinlative of clvtl lib?
erties. Certainly tills ia not auch a caae.
The lawyer for Mr. Hoederlln announced
after the adverse decision that he would
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