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BUDS OF HIGH SOCIETY
ALL AC?1H PROPRIETY
Annual Entertainment of Junior
League Given at the
FOR BENEFIT OF CHARITY
Uncles. Dads and Even Aunts,
Go to See the Debutantes
in a Play, and Then
Vor * ' ?H SIS m Hi*,*) Sr, .
11 a> I with propi ?
I r??-.rrlei Turkey Trot.
??is i ushlna a. but
? un ' ?? dadi .
? llllonalrea .
Ni '? York's Rttrh 8o<
was th?? apoiogls i? *,?..! ;?s the
?**psning ??imi-.is of th*- junior Lacagu?
i- isJnnsent reit?rela.?, sfternoon at the
Hotel Pisas. The- pink snd *?\ !ii;.? and
^ Mea . uri.-<i sspWtsntoe esnslnly aeted
WltJi propriety Th? re was no "turki y
tr?it" that the snoot ? .u.1?-. y. ,| ehaperon
'?iule! detect, and the height of the rmciety
WO! un-jiii stmnaMe.
The fsJrest hnds of Mils year's crop of
debutantes snnici ?ad swayed and san?,
ihetr pi'itie-st pink and I in- fro? u?.
'Ii" ? ii tumi.h .1 "V r Ins chair.
bellhops rambled orer boxes of r. ?.?a aa
' ' '?"I the i.ucle's. dads
? ' .-.iii- beamed fondly from th. audl
su.-h was the premiere ot "The
Dren Rehearssl,'' tit?** thirteenth annual
: t 1.1 the Junior Lesgue.
?pU'f which ttrroi .is a vehicle
for the? .\hihlt ? .!? butante?
?iarnis and arm-.*.-.- was the- atory
play within h play. The leading lady of
Hier play doesn't ??how tip St the
tir??- rehearsal, and Confetti ?1? Bmythe,
a rosebud "f an und? r.?tn?iy. bSJ to as
?ssm h?r role, which sin did with ad
ntrabla coolness. The. company I .?
tremendous thrill when the star wi t?*H
an't take h"r part '? ? has
? marri****] luer ?**oachmsn. Two or three
? lint awnv in the hn\. -, but the
systems of the others are spared
by the revlaticii of th. "hero" that the
tama h) a real BngHsh nobleman In
? \ ? ? ? body is happy again,
Th*- play pro?'-"!- merrily, with Con?
,-,Hi g hiith? ly with th? "hero."
There is a love story, <*?f course, which
II tangled up. thanks to the .
..- i lull?, the ?"iiK'dlan. who nina ?"'if
? us,. ,,;i.i Parmi m phono
\ hehl!..I i s.'l'e'eii When I ?
trying to show ' '? *i etti ho** I es M fully
? mnndi ? ' solo nfettl Is
only res. -tied from the villain count at
point of the pistol
All ..- wi :? h is quite beaidf the point,
? i ? ? ? produ? lion
If the bUdS themselves ''In \
dance.i in th<ir llrsfly pink f*rocka In ap?
ed Broadway style, and they sang
?? li'tle .suites about love and
Qeoffrey Taylor and Mis- Kleanor Tay?
lor iiiaei?- r Rroadway hit in
Bitty ?.?-alt/ a hi'h. ?f it a
' ' '." had th*
? | e ?f.r.i-j, reel
count? i ?''! '*
Pat sont. siso
much appl ? ? ? lly In the
? .' Which WSS n hit lit the folliee i.f
I re voted for 'i
1 .'] to psy lnr eh? Ul : p. is.
I | .-- go* loan up in the
. ara 't m* si I ? new
?: ? skirt" ?me in??? style; but nothing
disturb?***] hti equanimity, not even
fr?mi th" bsld'hsaded row,
. grand bs ' the Pisas was
.'.iw.ie.i, in spite of the dlssu**reeshle
westlt-ei For th" e***enlng performance
house had t??? ri sold OUI long SgO
MtSg Margar? t Oveinm announced with
(lee thst BM.SS had been taken in just
the afternoe." and, ol ?*ourse, H ws
for s gallant friend to crown her
,..? by rashtng It an eves f?"M The p.'"
ccf-e]? of the three performsrttces srlll bo
nptttioi on th?' *?**veral ehsiltles in
which the ju? or Ist sg ten otea,
i esst wss a-- follows:
Y:?- ? t. Illa M
'?onnellv. Mi?? beutst '''.i'^
' ?mf?"- the. . ? Mi-? T. (
njrtbe.Misa Mur' Jone??
: rater?a van spe.r? . paal BSnatrr
.'i alboi i a,) 1er, .u.
a . .Mi?? Unitee ciihpi.'II
? ? i ? . . r.lama? n Keen?
.Walter M.??' ri
EtTlII eie-r?'?-!;' ?< ????
? < ? .? :'.:<?. .Qoottt y Taj lor
liai.. * m M ?? N'. BtrOOtM, M M 1
M a r -
Mi-? M?rie,-.e Wiegln, M Im
1 ?nor Tarler, Mi??- Marjorte Lamoad, MIm
? Te.?).). Mi?? Cornelia Cammann, M m
leteneoa, Mlaa Helene tr:ei< r v ?-... j n.ei
M ?? Mai gal '?: Ai '.
Seciei ladlce, ete MIm Helea Hlu
v II.. i. Miaa Vrlne-illa null. "
? i?*?-. mi?? Marcar? l ? i l
Muritaret lie^irit an.? M ?- i rkaon
The e-.fflreis- of the Junior T.ean'.ie for
ISl] are Miss Pauline Clarksofi, pre
'.?nt; Miss Margaret Tievor, BSCTStary;
Julia Kdey, treanur?-i, and MISS
Margara! ?.??.ert?n. aFsl?tarit 1 roa?-;urcr.
The advisory hoard consists Ol Miss
i i an? <s Br?ese, Mrs < 'bar?es Llndley
ami iiiai Beeti It >? ?Pratt
Among those in the and,en?.- were Mrs
erederich Vanderbllt, Mi*. William D
Moan?. Mis. l-Mwin Jonen, Mrs It I..
perry, Mr? Moses Hopkins, Mrs i; i
I'-rii.-k. Mrs ?j r; Haven, |i.. Mrs.
John B. Trevor, Alis. Henrj I? Taylor,
-Mrs Ralph Pulitzer, Mrs Charles i:
Vlexander, Mr.- w i: Anderson, Mrs
1 tuerbach, .Mis .' .' Auchlncloss, Mr-,
I August Belmont, Ah- ?'h.iib-s Bradley.
i Airs. Andrew Carnegie, Mrs, C Dana,
! Mis- C. 'I. Dawson, Alt- \\ A l?, land
and Mrs. Louise I?avenport
TO RAISE ' $4.000,000
Y. M. C. A. and Y. W. C. A.
a campaign t.. rates U.tOD.tM is being
j planned by th.- officials ?.:' the foung
Men'a and ti,.- Toung Women's Christian
i-v^.?tions ..f Mea fort Cltj Mis
?ira?-?- Dodge, president ?>i the national
board <?f the Young Women's Christisn
I Association, when asked yesterdaj II ths
report were trus thai Ueorg? w, Perkins
had promised "*i.''?.."??. toward ?i.-- fund,
gaapi d and said :
"Oh, r...' Nothing Ilk? that. I have
taik.-d with Mr. Perkins. He is Interest
? <-?i in tlie woi k ?.f th.- asstx iatlon. ?i<- has
; not y,-, .-n anything yet, but ha win. I
don't know v iiat it will be, but i; is a
bis mistake t.. say t1.(?s),oaa, ?i,. is in the
WmI n?.\?i mu? must si?-ak for himself
v. hen he returns."
The $t.000,060 is i.. be divided betwtscn
th.- two associations, <-.......>?.. going f.>:
' th?- work foi ?iris, and tl.OC^W for youriK
I men. Th?- young uson't aseoclatlon al?
ready has property valued at |at,<Wl,000,
while t'e young women have only tZt?fiOO.
The nattonal board of th.- young worn?
Ien's association recently motad its ..f
flces n, Creed National Training Bch.
; li:^" a hn.*. neu building ..' No, 100 Lex?
bul th.- Neu Y"ik ? Itj
work i- -till !.. ? | i .,- - - : on in th?
cramped quarters on Bast ISth street.
When th- ? ? sv? ntuat? s ths kteal
I hop? to I iv? new quartet * ?
? N?-w York city hoard of the Toung
! Won ? ? Itlan Association held its
: annual mtfottng yereterday morning. Mb s
I llary A. Btimoon, Ihe newly elected
I rr.-sMent. pre Ided, Mrs. Ctarenee E.
n?-. !.<-. her pn i- essor, was on th?- plst?
I f?.rm ami mad? a brief val. d|. lory. Miss
I Maude EC Miner, of Waverley House,
nrped the women to help In-r in her work
w ith wayward Kins
WOULD PENSION WIDOWS
Boston's Mayor Urges Aid for
Needy Ones with Families.
Boston, i?'.-!. .. A g? n? i.ii economl
pian which would extend th.- benefit ol
the present Irai ren ilon act to all
rxced* Midowa wnii families iri th? city
was recommended bj Mayor .l?>hn i-\
Fitzgerald m in- a.idt. s at ihe Mui
i-ai Inauguration lo-daj
Mr. Fltxgerald wished more done for
i ilm iini'oitunat's, d?H*larlng "it Is non?
se t.. my that -.h? poverty which ex?
ists In a big i-ity like ?cus. for which the
I individual who ;...' r.-s|.slble,
r thr ?? trol ..f society, ami
j w ?-, as public n mus? i < ' ogn '?
our obligations i:r the matt? ?
lie suggested th? ? ? ? lion -.f twelv?
..' . entree, In dif
ferent pa'ts <.f the city, which should
house th?- cltj officiais and be -
'als., bj pubii.- employment agenciei
other Instil it una d? t*ot? d to the p
LEVY WOULD'AID WIDOWS
Bill Provides Home Help for
New York Dependents.
!'?:.-;'< ?'-'?> ."<* I
Albany, Peb Aseemblymsn Aaron ,i
Levy t?.-nicht ?ntrodirced s Mil In I ?
.... dependent widows with young >*hii
?. th? I 'It ? "l N< O York it is
,,.i ,i ;. p..it .! the special committee on
rnmental aid ?.f th.- New York ?'I'
Conf? ? ... .-.nd ? "orn ctlon
?Th<- committee found, said Mr. I.?\
"that th?- relief societies "f Neu
w? r<- unable ??> ?finanes their r? li? :' worl
adequately, and that pra*.-<- and often li
reparable Injury t>. widows and their i
<ir?n 0'-c\?rs becauss of thin fact Th?
? committee further expressed th. belief
that deserving widow?. Should be relieved
In ?h. ?r own I.oui? s rath? r than that th?-ir
children should be placed in Institutions,
,-n .i that it ?h legitimste t<> apply m
pal funds to f>nppifment privets charity."
The bill provides for a bCrBfd of ?
? ..- ,,-- borne assist?t,, e t<. be appointed
by the Mayor t.. ?have charge "f the work
? nd gives tb< leading ?har'iahl? s?>. el
of NOW Volk tb<- HKllt, if they d?-Sire. 10
. . st th?- DBBKI Ol I" rSOni I" It ' on
BENEFIT FOR "BIG SISTERS'"
Entertainment To Be Given in Home
of Mrs. W. K. Vanderbilt, Sr.
There win be an entertslnment n?-\t
Tuesday afternoon in th?* home <>f Mrs
William K VanderNla, ar., No ?;?;<"> Fifth
a-.enu? fot the benefit <?f th.- work of the
Big Miters" ,n '** Chlldren'a Court.
Alms OlUCh and l-'ulfl.i I.a-hun k . will
sing, and Jan Kubellk, violinist, will plaj
Tickets may be obtahwd from Mr Ralph
Banger, No -- Bast ISth atreel
ASK 150 PEr'cENT RAISE.
Wlllesiafsd ?uta. ao, r. I I -Th?
strike of dOCh labor.-is. .it th! pOTt :
rapldll sxtendlng. The men demand -"
cents art hour Inetead <>f the t-ustomarj
I aymenl ?.t ? ? ente an hour. The steam?
ship compsntea ar?- firmly oppoang ine
A Hsl ol desirable rooms may be found in the
Room & ?Board Register
of The Tribune This Resistor iv issued
weekly atifl is arranged in stach s tonn that
jrou may find a suitable room with a minimum
of effort, doing away with needle-*? tramping
Free Upon Request
at Advertising Agencio an?l at the Informa?
tion Hun an of The Tribune, Room 320,
Tribune Building. If more convenient, write
or phone for free COpy and it will he sent you
bv return mail.
Phone Bcekman 30?!J
REIGN OF SUFFRAGETTE
TERROR; MAIL BURNED
London Museums Guarded; Women Try to
Close Post Boxes with Plaster of Paris
?Mrs. Pankhurst Exultant.
11;?- . able io Ths rrlh um
London, Feb. I. The tresgurs houses
Of the nation's art ist i?- and tar.- p..s
sesslons were yesterdsy closely guard?
?.i as a result of throats thrown nut
by suffragettes lint thos?- institutions
might form s possii.1.- field of opere?
tioiis in the ?campaign sgalnsl public
The Nation..i Gallery ha.i been sps?
clflcally mentioned as .1 place In which
destructive protests may be made, ami
the suthoiitlee of thai institution
msd? vrery csreful preparations to do?
f?at sny raid upon the prl<*el?5ss pos?
sessions hoiia?'.) hi t'ne building, a close
guard being kepi upon the ggllerles by
special officials and every person who
'enters the building being carefully
I scrutinised. Sticks and umbrellas have
Islwsys hsd to be left si the entrance
and this rub- is stringently observed.
N.n\- en) receptacle which might hide
I such * weapon bs .1 hammer, ha: ? ? '.??
i surrendered for examin?t!? 1
The T?te Qsllery is also being rs
1. gusrded. Officials are posted in all
th" prlnclpsl room? ?.m) iai?-fiil plans
bave h?-, n laid t" prevenl any outrage
Muffs, bags and umbrellas, or anything
th.tt might harbor sn Instrument for
Inflicting damage, muai be surren i?*rr.i
In the vestibule. The gallen arlll not
b.- closed, however, unless the authorl?
ti-s ar.- driven i" adopt this extreme
spe. lal measur? are being taken si
the British Museum, the trustees of
which ere fully stive to the possibility
oi danger, snd everj effort Is being
marl?- to safeguard ? xhlblts at the Nat.
ural History and ?'Ictorla and AlbertI
museums, South Kensington An ?f-j
fectlvg guard is being kept on the de?
partments containing rare specimens or
ohjets dart, and bora also all women
must siirr.nfler their muffs, handbags
and ambrollas before entering the main
The custodians Of the nation's treas?
ures at the' Tower of London has DOW
? more than evor on the qui vive since
the outrage on Saturday, and although
! it is admitted that special srrangs
inelits hav?' boon made to pit-vent a.
' recurren ?? of such an Incldsnt, sn"l?
I rials are ralttctant t<> dlacl?se their
Postmen rlt**arlng mall boxes asar
Friday street la the City snd at the
Corner "Of King street, i'h.'apside. last
evening dlscov?**i*ed that s quantity of
, brown fluid had hot/0 poured ttir??i 14ti
the apertures and that kg g t*onr*e*
quen***e the sddressss on a number of
1. ti.>rs were und<*ctph***mbte
Newa 'f lui; her mail outrages '?>n)<s
from Croydon, Surrey, where forty let
ten wf-re destroyed by lir?-. E*1a*ne**
broke out in the mail bag us it was be*
ing .luri'ii to the ' hlef postal ?ortlng
offlce. Nothing uns hfl but a tnaSS "I'
charred paper, Attempts have been
I msde in Croydon to close the letter
box apertures with plaet**r of pari?.
Mrs-. 1.uini'iltne Psnkhursl last nigh
said sh. had every reaaon t.. be gratl*
lied at the progress made, adding thai
up t?? date the results were highh- sa*.*
Isfactory. Voty little damage, ha
noted, had b.<n done to the lighting
force. That was Just as it ought to be
--to pla) as mu? h havoc as poSStt.lS
with the enemy with as little damage
us possible to themselves.
SEEK VOTES BY PRAYER
Suffragists Ai range to A.sk for
Guidance in 1015 Campaign.
-\ sen Ice of p ? ? ?? .. ? ., \
Ins f,,i KuW Ihe l>l. - ?
'? . been arranged I rl na Rosa
Weeks, of the Woman Buffrasje partj It
arill be h? Id al ?t.. i "hui h ol th? M
Part a* ? ru? ..i trcet, a.,
Bui daj afternoon Buffi - in?
Ml:|. M . . ? ,, ,,.
noun? ing the m ?? tins, thai sh? bad
planned simply for ?? group ol . n il
and pray for the
but i ? ?i le had
sur? ai i.,, i.i- ? thui ha
to make t h? ? M
>;..: i. tt n.iy. Mil 'i .1 ? ? ' Ma] M
Mi ..mi Mrs. -l.'i i- - ?.??? ? i- ..'..? a- -i
othei ed Mi
\\.. K.- of th?
'l'ii? it?--. John ii
of the cl ? ldr< tl Buffra?
- ? and the chui ? . . >fl ? .
t.. . -.; tribut? to th? i ? Mrs Wi ? w t
sh? had ...n?: felt s? ths.re
of tl i m
"Nu? ?J'ai ?I ' ..t
she ?' .n worn n
can do Is to
. - - :
tl it OUI I - ? '
We ai ? ? ?
? .-?.t ... m i ?ng In thH i ?? >? nl moth?
it i- not :... .-. t'.
,, I* . i fii mljr br II? -?? In II ? the r? , ?i
praj ? r. snd l '?? ffragista ?Jo
I vou t tin f stat tin.;
smpaign without it. Mace t ?as a
llttl? ?Ctrl t have prs ? i erj thing i
tvd i n- i ? ? kht of plannlni s
pi? i ;. without
w?rathei an.? mon than I thought of
11? nie a Ithoul aanda i 'hi s. i alws* i
pleasanl weather, tot? II ' didn't i knew
It ws ? a th? farm? n wrpr? praj \ioi
for ram and th? | ROl II BO? IUS< tl.
-, it mors than i i ? d?*tl .? picnic."
BAILEY WILL UP AGAIN
Sister of Showman s Widow
Asks Court to Enjoin Executors.
Vnothei ? I ..i t? ? was sdded t.? the
Baile) ?ill ease when Supreme ?'?nut
justice Tompklm In White Plaina fas?
ti ds took th? pa p. .. od . i ?? t v,-?i ?i,
??isioii ...i ths application >.f Mis Anna
I?jabetle llutchlnson, . sister of the testa?
tiix i??i- an injun. n..:i to i. sti,iin n,.
\.-< i.t.ns from making ai.\ disposition ?'
li.-i slatei i i ropert* until the i ult whl? ti
?he hai bl ought to hav? the will set ai Ids
is ?i? -i-Kb-'i. A .i?.isi..ii .n in. ai.|?ii. ation
li expected In ? few duys,
'i1? catate ol M>v l-oulse Bailey, widoa
.f James A. Ha.:. . -.t Barnum ?v- Bailey,
li ?? tlmatsd b* Mrs llutchlnson to ?>?- at
,., t *ii <??..>?. ?it the present time Mrs
Ball? y died In bei home, The Knolls, in
.Mount v*< in.?n. on March II, Itll "n
April 1 h?i will waa rtdmltted to probate,
?n,.i th?-n several nlocea and nephewi
brought an action t" bave,il s.-t aside,
but the) werr defeat? d.
Mis. rlutchlnaon, who undei th? will
waa btBqu? athi ?i Mfito a yeat waa i-?>;
i. ft any psrl of the reaMiiSary esteta
Boma <ia\s ago aha brought soli t?. bavs
the ?Aiii of bei ststei ael aeMe, setting
... .., in ?h?- papera that at the Unas Mrs
Balle) tna?i<- m-! wilt she was .t unsound
mind, She asks thai ths will b? ?).?. lar-??l
Invalid and voi.i To prsvenl her brothers
snd sist? ? from making snjr disposal ?.f
hei sistei i propert] Mrs. Huteblnson yas>>
ta-r.,.i\ made the sppiteation f<?r ?*I.? - in
iiitxtion r"'"'iii.c the resuli of th? suit
has brought to bri ?> ? the a 111.
THE ROSE TEA HOUSE
R*- tiur.nt fa- Oentif ?*??-. k Gant'e?o?*?n
Bra-aWf-.?- laaSachsaa, Aftornnon Taa.
IHnner. Oupt?! ? lub cr a la ?art?!,
?moktn?. I'er mirlad. Routti?.rn hoina
re,.kin?; h. Si.iii?i*rn colored eooka
Pr?vala ?linn.? ro?.m for 1-in? h?*nn?
and r?r<1 p?r?l??a "llf.2 Madiaon Sq
81 SAN C. < tliHOM . 44 W. SSd Hi.
COSEY TEA SHOP t'SSLt I
UIUU?UTAST, UVKCplMXMt, XtA ft DUWS-S.
600 DINE FOR SUFFRAGE
Woman Party and Men's ?
League Join in Feast.
SILENT TOAST TO SULZER
Appreciation Shown of Gov?
ernor's Work for Cause Dur?
ing Last 20 Years.
? ? liundri ?1 bra? ?? and enl ? .-. i
i ? ?? ? ? ? *
?! : .... ,.f ?I .
tended 'he- je,!Mt dinner ?-f th.- (Vornan
ige Pan - s.? ,..ik
the Ifen'i lacaans f??r Womsa But
' ;'." lb.|. I \. t?r last Bight. Th?
men snd wo ? ? ..:??: .w ? ? i.,.- ?
it.salon tog? ? ? . . there wsj ? ?.i
i d< ntlj i s mmplslnt from the nom? n
i ? i" u ti?* man, e" at i. um ? notl?
quantlt) of tbem, Indulged Is then .
?! ' ? ? ? ...,?-*
Th? i ? sere two toast mai lera, M
Hai ' '...??' . ehsirnuui ol I
? ri siiiia?. part) organlsst n
,i ,i .;. ,..,-, Poster Pi
the m? u I? ague The
???r- ill? dh Id? d, thn r. and tinee?
? ? n 'i'h." w? re ludgt ? hartes L
? ; ?. Bcnstor ? b?ties s Thomas, ??f
? ?I", and Asalstanl District ?tto ?
W iiliaiii a. i?, i ...| Mai i Johnston, the
Mis. Philip saowden, ?.f Los
don, snd Mr-. Csnie Chaprasa L'stt,
honorai . | .u man of the ktcsJ ?..man
suffrage pa?t' a Large white bsnnei
i. nii; tttmck ol the dais proolaiming* in
I biiUlsnt yellow letters the propbi I
an "FSqusl Suffrage Vlctorj In WI " Ten
?e'le.w stars, representing the luffrsgi
itatu ..No d< ' or?n..i u a banner
An Innovation for "poUtlcsl" dinners
r.. .Mired \? h"li, at the SUggl tton ?'I M
peabody, overj ans arose t?? espr? ? their
appi ? . hiihin that Qovernoi Sul/. r
m u believed In womss suffrage and cos
tinned to work for the CSUSS a he had
l?eme, twsnt) rears ago, when a member
?if the Assembly, it arss ss Impresvlve
UtUtS for the usual toa I diali,?. h\
mere nmn on such o? i tatous,
The ?peak?rs all msde a niionp p at tot
the eau**' tie an si the heSTtS <? f th?'
women preseat. Mr Pesbiidy sstd that
tin- number e.i roes in th? equal suffrsae
party WS1 ISSdll) lucres uu*. ami thai
ever} ielf-respecting man who believed in
.lean DOlltlCS l"r the fUtUfS lltOUld IUP?
imt' the ?.ms?' Judge Oui argued thai
the vute belonged to woman ss a divine
light, an?l that all Hie .?phcie?, of .i.ll\lf
in political, industrial and so. lal lif.
wouhi ).?? raised to a higher plane when
?he i njoyed the eaen lie of universal sufa
ASSlStanl l)i?tri?t Attone'. lie I ..1.1
aid that while he hud bSM a m llet advo
.at" of wontan suffrage for a \>>r\n lime
It was the lust tiin? thst hs hsd ever
besn ?? suffraRlsl "out licni." 11*- CSU?
toii'd the WOmen mit to I >? deluded into
the h'lief that thsj uadentoed rnost of
thi- import.M.i gov?****mnental problem?,
and v. h.'ii they did gSt the \ i !.? to i .?
eoiv. it humbly snd prayerfully, and
with full realisation ?>f the grsal respon*
?Ability n iiiHced opon th? m
Miss Johnson BSM that th" woman's
liKht for Suffrage Was being made on a
platform Which would mean clSSBST,
nobler and better thlagS in life lbs said
that tia- peopi?? had lugged Into the j
woman suffrage risas-tlon almool every<
thing that ?i"i sot botos** there, Bhe|
Pleaded for the .o-operatloii of tl?. men .
in s.curitii" political cpiullty for the
'?l.et il? ?'lean house together " lh< said, j
"I.et us era? k the riddle of th? anlVSfSi |
Isgsthsr. it ?di tak. all oar strength I
ami .?uirane to do It. but We will suc- |
?red. and make for u new uiiiv.|?e, h
lowlier life ami a stroiixer hope"
Those who sat at the speak, is' taM?
were Mi-s Ids Dusted Harper. Miss llar
i,.t Hay Mills, Mr.?. ?? m i', ii. imuiit,
Mr. Do I'ornst. M ri. ?att. S. nat..r
Thomas. Miss Hay, Mr I'eahody. Mrs.
?Snowden. Judge and ?Mr?. iluy and Mls
MISS GILDER OPERATED ON
Miss Jeannette L OM?sr is at th?' Man
hattau Bye, Kar and Throat Hospital !??
SSISIlllg from a slight opeiatlop em the
hue k of the rieht OfO,
The operation was pSTtSTSSSd \V. dne?
day g) Dr. I ?oui? A ?'iliiii, and Mix?
??l?der i? convalescing rapidl>. She il ex?
pected tu tx. out m a few days.
CHURCHILL ELECTED TO
HEAD EDUCATION BOARD
Choice of a Successor to Presi?
dent Egerton L. Winthrop
OUTLINES HIS POLICIES
Should Have an Open Ear for
Suggestions from All, Weigh
All and Choose the
Best, He Says.
Thomas W, Churchill was eie(-ia?,i prest?!
dent ??' 11 ?? Board et E*du< atJon rest? -
?lav afternoon. There eras no opposition.
The retiring president, Egerton I. Win?
throp, jr., snnounoed some time ago he |
... -1 raras
?? .i b) ?.ni t .-?? Ih? board
? le. t ? a. Th? "pro
s?m . :? ?!?? i i i nos In control ..t I il
.' Mr. C irchill I a lawyer u '< a -.
In th? - fourteen
'??'?? .I vie.?- |
(leo .. teed Mi l |
nsi -? ? re th? hoard, .?? d It are - ? |
si I? d b) ah , !? tnh i ' vVll
Uricfc it Man, II i". Morrison and I
' ?-,..! si i pi m.-.- Ml Church?
ill m .1 Mr, M h Ihrop had Impart d |
U? the ..fit. ? ? an .?in Ibute .uliai I*
? " irl utlon the atti II nt? ol a rar? ?i ;
'i h * nt mil
? ??ere thi | I
snd must I h? .|e- '
rlered ram . thmit. inti
? ? i ? : . ?.?ilr..| ..f
the public edu. utlon ? this Ity. Th? re
? Ol i i:-..ml ? ? 1.- i
Of S< ? 1 ?>rk bul thlr
demai si other
? i" V,. pi rleai and in
? ...? pro?i id? ?i I th?
i" i of I Mr. i 'hiii-.-i.iii ...i.i ?I.
there musl bo no ? oi Indlr? I
i .- oard* communication with ?
.ha i >? ?. i Ighl t<> the closes) scr
for th? . the *-,-??
eeoi r?mj In the expei diture ol ?ol
funds, W ?? ? hould ?jr. \ |te su? h
w ? ? ..? I i. - lut? all ' ..a. h ueul? m-?-. !
erformli I ? ?? Int? rd? pai Intentai d l ?
with cl? ? -i - ? Wt
open the dooi p> suggeatlons from every
aourc? lend everj one un ear, ash from
ever) lovei ol hi M d and take "i I? it
..,. - -?mu lbutton ?n the t..i - ..- .,..
Judsmi nt of Its b<
Mr < bun hill said the s bools ol
.it- Ilk? thoae In other places, suffered
from Infleslble .<n<i overloaded roui
"We hav? ten t- m hi add? d
i? i. !, the point ? h? re -i a ould ... :
the i-.- i save the i ule We know lhal
. o it..m la not a mattei ?.t tuschln? ri.
but prfmsi H> of api i it.
? The ? i,. ?.I criticism thro .nh which we
b,.\ i- 11 -i .s in oughl forth ron? ret?
recommcndatlona that musl be pond. red.
This era - I crttidam ihould be su? c? ? ? ? d
by an ers of construction, The trend of
public opinion ami professional opinion i? |
in one direction and Irresistible. Who
?0? i er i- ho tile to these nea Idros ? 111
iind ?>i>i??t?on futile All thai opposing
fore? can acrsorapllsh with benefll la to
contribute ths element ?>i rational ??.n
m rvstlam t.. the Inevitable resull
In . losing Mr. ? 'bur. lull s.ii.l he had ;
brief)) outlined to tit?- members what he!
fell should be the policy of the board
that it musl not d<M?**gats to otbei the
essential pot Idea of educathm, thai ?' j
musl K.. p m touch with tti? prMpnVa j
will, that it must a.law rb.- \v..ik ol the
school '.. the seedi of the children ami
do so with i.-ss machiner) end mora
The boar.I took B st.p ,>.st.j.l;i> it?
appointing ?? rommtttee ol Bes to con? i
f.-r with regard to the reoommemtatlons I
in lam ina.b- bj ths s booi Inqulr) .i
ralttes <>?' lbs Hoard <>f Betlmat? that
rutowed the tmard would tai<?- up ths
school Problems and m.t leave them to
the ill1 Siip.-ritit.-n.i'-nt and *>rtnciprda
The reaolstlon further provided that
the president of ths hoard Should '" the
chairman ?<; ths ronunlttee, end that II
would confer with the City Buperintend?I
? nt mi .. plan to enllet the co?operatlon I
..I |.i inelpals and tSSehSIS. All BUtSgSrB-1
tinns recdved bj Dr. Maxwell are t>> be
submitted t>> lbs esssndttss.
The ?oiiiinitt.-e on sln.lii-s and text?
books r??ported on cbsnges t.. be i?.-?.m
iii?nib-?l In ?to- .-ours.- of study adopt? 11 in
Dg] for el? m? i? t;ii > -.bonis
While sawing eras beartll) approeol,
and ?bat work consular, d pra? tl? abb-, it
*.?. i- .i? > i.i.-d that nosh ??f tin- t?m< hp< ?nt
.Birthing was urastsd It was iei-oiii
in. tub ?I that the tOSOhlng of imisic for
the tust six i/ssn be confined sxctustvs?
Iv |0 siiiKIHK
The ?-..111111111? e. in pn-.-iiBtlng the re
pmt. said tt bettered ths simplifie?!
(mu si- reoomnseodsd "win tend to
humanize the sySfSSI and make nior?
, ??l*r?--<j?*.e UM woik of the teacher."
COLLEGE GIRLS DRIVE
AUTOS FOR LIVING
They Make a Specialty of Taking Out Lonely Women
and Strangers in the City?They Know All About
the Bargains and the Shops.
A young woman sst in the corridor
S ' hicago hotel wondiritig what on SStl
she could do to earn her living, it en
s problem she bad never been up again
before; but now. with her husband dea
With her inc..m. cut in half, she sinipl
bad to do it And, like a thousand an
one* other tuiis. she nev?'!' had bee
She sear?-h? ?i bsr brstn for the thins
sh.' knew and tu!?l th.'tri off OS B4
Bhe knew soniothlng atout med?? In?
for her husband had been a doctor, an
she had often thought that she would ilk
to be a children's doctor, But herknowl
edge was fragmentary and tralnln
would take time aii'l mor? mon? y thai
?he po laessed.
She had a knack for interior deco
rating, but sh?? ...nl'ln't set up a studio
mil the was uncertain, t?"'. how far he
knack WOUld carry tor without study.
she r*ould run ss automobile to portot
11? ?i?, she had driven her own little cai
all over the foothills around Denver
Which dty was her home during her hus?
band's iif? time. There was nothing shout
I ?ar, inside- or out, that she didn't under
stand. Bho ild ihe sel up a? the Rrsi
woman c touffeur? Bhe bsd never heard
Of a won',.m CBS iff OUT,
Bhe SSI Id!) smiling at the notion and
thinking ton que? r it would s.'.-u to op*
erste a*public mx? and i< hailed by mes
?he didn't Know sh? wt.o bsd always
i uch a sheltered : i f*
Presenil} a woman stepped out of the
elevator n ws th? dsy before Christ?
mas I?'icemi ?r -?. i.'ii. ?o he exe' t and
tins woman's arms motto loael^d with
pa? kai<i? tied with holly rihbon. The two
had a speaking scqusintsnes, and she ol
the- paeksezes ssplslned thst she sapested
a friend t" ''.ill and take h?-r to d. liver
these gifts to the rcipii nt?. The friend
came, the woman ami her paeksgM wer?
whliked sws) and th" loMess girl srto so
;..?? .1 ,i (oh s..t "n. i onstderiag.
y ii at once she sal ??*? 11 upright, tor
ning ^ hy shouldn't she b? cobsb
an automobile driver*? it wasn't poette
ssry to drive ? great clumi y taxi ?>r to
have men patrons. There must he- hcai?
and heaps of W6SSSB. Hks the one who had
just left her. WSSSSS who often had oc?
casion to use a car and didn't PoiUSSS*
on?'. Why. of course, there were many
su.h women, and tin v couldn't and didn't
want to dSfgsnd always on th?>ir Meads
who did own cars. Wouldn't sich women
no glad to hire a ni? e motor car driven )???
S trim young woman who knew her busi?
ness? ??.he belli've-d they would. Some.
Of course, would distrust the ability of
their own s.-x, but she believed SSCh
pre-judices could he overcome
She g-Utorsd up what capital sh?- had
and came to New York, which snpsared
to her a bsttsr tit-Id for operations. Sh?
had friends here, and one of thctn went
her surety for part of the price of a
nice, easy running automobil'' Part she
was abb- to pay down. The first thing
was to secure a llOsnSS In time this was
a-ioinplishe'd. ami then the young woman
? Sgaa quietly, through tot friends,
through the hotels, through women's
clubs, to DStShMsIl a clientele
It was slow work, but In the course of
four months she had enough calls to keep
her busy. ?'n?i woman told another. They
sent for her to take then, shopping, (lull?
ing It so much j,b asant??r to be driven by
a nice, attractive young woman who
se.med to know where all the shops wer?
and Just what bargains were on, and
Sitare malo chauffeurs never kne.w these
things. Then she succeeded in getting
????>.-ral hotels to tell their guests about
her?women guests from out of town. To
these sho acted a? guide as well as auto
tne?blle driver. She knew where all the
pISOSB of Interest were. Just what plays
S*srs ?>n and all about them?oh, there
was no limit to this j oung woirmn ?
knowledge! Sh?- worked hard enough toi
She paid for her automobile, she bought
another, ?md engaged a girl ah? knew, a
\ sssar girt, to operate it. She herself
is a WVlb ?le? graduate. Now she has
three car? and three assistants. She her?
self ?l-'es not ko out now. giving her time
tej managing the business she ha? built
up, Her f.'iid hop.? at prient Is to hav?
t clubhouse', where sto can ?uve instrue
tiotis in the care and driving of motor
cars to w< men, and organise rt.nB among
women drlrers, sad, In short, show th??
world what a healthful, easy, delightful
nmus'-rrtent for w..ni"n ?lrivtng an automo?
bile can to made.
Postal Card Departments
Al! ?-?munition, land they are welcome) should b. made b? po.l.l .. ?.??
as it is possible.
Recipes Tested and
All r<-?-ip??i< arr'artirr In rheae columna have
: - . * ?. -1
l.e\a>i .lia-nsuremrn's are US'*.! ?.nleas other
lepartmenl ?hi he alad to ssawsr an? ,
-, . ? na aubmltt? i by wsdtrs and
i - pea
.'ullnarv RdltOT, New-York Tnbur.e.
Na im Naasss street
int? Saaulnwai ?in nit ?>? r?wrn*'?ih!? fir
, ?- rtpl al ! b '? n A >.?? i.anla>d by ?t?'! p*
tot IWtSI -i Km. ' '? ? ? ' impi wn!i 'ine*- ?
requiring an answer b) letter. STrtSa onj
?Ida of ?ha. parrr and b??? that r.ani?
and a-.di'-s - .i. ..:, . - ? It? '"?
The following reclpM prill undoubtedly
prove >.f sei d? a to some ho is s lv?ps dur?
Ing the LentCU sossoi rhlch i .-uns to
CRBI M l IF LBNTIL BOUP -To two
riipfuts of lentils that .. ?? been eook?alj
? ? ? ? s..it add a quad .1 n Ilk n whl< b ,
there la s half grated onion, two tese
ipoonfuls ?t cornstarch, two tableepoon?
ol ? hoop? d c? ? *j or .half tes? I
a.nful of < ?:?-r\ salt. Cook for about
twi nt) minutes, press through a colandi r, !
sprinkle s tablcspoonful of parale) on the I
top and sei i ?
LBNTIL sai.ai? t - two eupfuls ?.f j
. old lentils which ha < ? Hed In |
plenty of w..t.: -. that they bsvs uotl
been crush? d. Place them on lettuce i
i and grata hsrd Lroital ???;?;*? over
iii-tn. Serve with m:.v mnaiae dressing.
CURRIED l.laNTit.s Beak s rupful of
lentils overnight. In ths morning cook?
them tnitii they are nearly lender, then I
add half a p?>-in?! "f I .?oppi-.l inat and
tWO lar;--e tomatoes. I?tt ?hem boil to- I
sjether until thoroughl) eook?**d. Then
make s brows ae.f Bou*; end butterl
.. separate dlah mis In hslf a ten? I
spoonful ?>f currj powder and'return ti
tin- dish wirb the lentHs. a.id pepper, sail
and a nit!?- paprika and seres on roamed j
bresd. i'. Nt- ' ?
N.-w- York City.
?TRIED BANANAS The*?.. mshs a
nourishing breekfast ?r luncheon dish t?> ?
take the place ..t m? ->i oi Hah i i
shiMtld be taken t.. dip 'he slices of fruit I
into milk and to roll th?-iii in tlour beforo !
frying. They should )??? fried until rery I
rrown m order t.. be reallj good? At in? I
formal breakfasts the) ma) be ????ok??! ?>n
the tabi.-. In the chafing ?Ush, during tb?|
Orel course, .>i hominy.
Useful Household 1 ips
This dtapsrtmeni ?id i n> tor household tins
if f.uin.i a va I labia :... lis purpoaa. A.idra-s?
"Useful lions? ?hold Tipa i .?-i .?mu?. nt." .\.\v
*fork Tribune. No, IM Nassau strasC
STIFFENING ' 1,.\? ?!?'.- Wh., n hire has
h.-i-n washed and Is tOO BOft, neVST use |
at arch t.. stiffen it I ?atead, dissolve ai
lirrl.. until arable and mix ir with the
water In which the lace is rinsed.
INSTEAD OF BEWING THE F*OWI*?
When preparing fowls for roasting ?'tie
may use fine toothpicka to ?lose the rest
where the dreaalni wss pul In. Tins
sav?BS sewing with needle and thread
AN IRONING PAD FOR EMBROID?
ERY. Neediest to say. ?*-aandSo?ne doyUSs
and lovely lingerie with hand?srrooght
? nibi-old.-lv and laee ?houM not be sent
oui t.. sn ordinary laundry. It sh??ul(l be
done at home, under ths eyes or the
housewife herself, iht given r.> ^..m.- eon?
seientious laundress who takes pride In
licet laundresses, even the Mttsselen?
tious ones, do not know how to iron ein
! roldery. Tliey do not realise that t
must be pssced <.v?-r something a little
aofl ami then Ironed .u rln- wrong Bide,
so that the pattern a ill ' si ind out.' They J
ilso do not realise that the) must not
push the iron rapidly over it In such I
way as t?i pull It oui of siiiipe or tear t.'???
I lire.ie] .
An Ironing pad that has just the rizht
degree of -"fir ess?not too tun b an be
eaill] mad?' '''it ?ut a squsre of cheeie*
cloth sbout tin size of a man's hand?
kerchief or s trifle smaller. Cover on
half of tto squsre with s lay? r of thin
cotton wadding. Fold the other hslf or
the r*quai ? river it and sttti h It a* the
i ... opea sMes Befon Ironing pla?e
the embroidery right side down ovei
\- thi? Ironing pad will he.ome
i'i time unless ?'.\cred. make ., waahaM?
slip for it out of a man's large handk ;
Men Approve Them
Men laugh ?t s srotnan'i penchant for
bargain sales, but rar<? is the man whs
win P"t approve when his wife come?
With B mat Iltti?? tub dress bought for
M c.?nts or thereabouts.
, There Is nothing most men hate like
.: a woman look "slopp??" about the
house In the morning, and there is no
del | :n>? the fact that even a pretty dress
inr: sack appears anything bul t.Im un?
less the wearer hss nothing to go hut sit
still snd be ?sited upon by msJda ft
must be that sromes do BOt really care to
I '.as.? men or dressing sa ks as morn
Incr working gaiBlSHU Would have been
SSntshsd l ?mr Htrn.
l'util tab dresses in-aded the depart?
ment stores the problem of what to ?wear
in the morning was a difficult one for,
the busy house? mother. Dressing sacks,
S it'n flowtag sleeves, ar? frequently dis?
SStrous at tho breakfast table, aa th?*'?,
are apt to catch on eoffee pots, and flnw
" | ribbons ars to.? ft*sqoss*tty ao-n dang?
ling In the suds of the dlshpan.
Manv >oung women think it too much,
trouble to go to the dressmakers for th?!
S**emlngl) Ulllinpafftgnl morning dren, !
and as the time go??s by. and perhaps,
afte>r a bativ fas arrived, they wear fusiy]
bridal waists and soileel afternoon gowns.J
A trip t?? any reliable department stor?>]
will reveal piles of pretty, plain little
glngtem dresses In pale blue or fink,
with elbow sleeves ami telling collar??,!
costing about I", .lust such dresses a.*?!
these tub creations enable some women,
to keep the regard of their husbands.
There arts so manv lovely cotton ma?:
tsrlals used in the making ?if morning;
dresses nowndavs that the varieties to
sel.. t from are endless? There are th?
neat prints, dotted Of sprigged; there are
the Besteh ginghams In salt?ate halrlin??
cheeks, th.? ertaklsd sosfsuckera, the soft.
piques and **bSSSbt*S*f8 in light solid, un?
fadaMe ?olors, while some women are
WilUng 10 pay a tritio inore for the at?
A practical model and a comfortable
one has the elbow sleeve an?! the Byron
collar, which is .t hit BMfS be.'omlng to
the SVerSgS neck th.jii th.? round cut.
<"luti>- lac.? and evelet embroidery ai"
the prettiest trimmings, though many
WSSSSB prefer simple rolling collar and
Daily Bill of Fare.
imKAKFAST-uatmeal. a h* at pail?
eakss with eut lemon and sugar, eoltoo.
M'Ni'lll'^N'-Kib'd samp. I ?ms. tea.
DINNBR- Mutton, ??r Bsnndsrs, Hot
tandatOS mUOS! spl.'eel currants, ma Ii ?i
potatoes, French pea.?. Shaker apple pie.
BHAKBR APn.K pu: Ti.is is simply
an ordinary apple pie with s?ime raisins
Widest Range of Styles in Any Make