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STRAIGHT TtUK FROM
Invited to Speak at Suffragette
Meeting, Erstwhile Listeners
Unload Warm Truths.
PERTINENT LIST OF DON'TS
Innovation Planned by Miss
Mary Garrett Hay Provides
Rare Entertainment at
the Hotel Astor.
tbe "presa girls," as Ali*?* Mari
'! H fondly ?calls them tho "press
fjrh get !?:.??? Innings yesterday. Prees
know, isn't the same as paper
. ' A paper Kin is a poor little thin?*
e . Bells papers urn! r ti" Broohlyn
ge nt nddnlght and Is ot*esadonalfy
Bd b*f the I th? Prevention
i niritv to i v.i, n thai or
Itttle time on* from
f-iettint; ? v || t ;. trdsh!pB of
\ one ?'?- ii" gOcs ? round
At with ' ? t * ? ?? ii g? ttlng t? ms
. ?.-i th, to print
In tl ? er the
| 01 I.er pi...
Ii -V ? I lay who. at a meetl .
. t the Hotel
: ? ? . Man . tlm? and oft have.
? - ?.-?t In a meek r..\v at Mise
Ha) b feet, a sii.?*it rrew, nil rare, no
' . I .,-? , r ;
? ? I of 11"- W'ot.iar
But ? spoke By Misa
.n\ Itatl? ? .1 .*i orna
I sat not In
f, ton a? an.*- fe. I l.nt in two
?Id? ol her on the pl.it
\...l IhV Thej told 'he
? erythlng th? ?? had I ?? n
?1 them for v ? ??' - I lb, they
. ??and time, th..? ? press ?.-iris"
e Ha: ' :*"r' teoh It? **'1"'
ol tiie mv id to, of
: ?. clock until
i u. i al th? siiffrat;
iB tt ;,i they mich; get
Doesn't Mention Her Troubles.
? ? Taft, ol Tl.?- Tim? *-. ci,me
That was lucky, because "Ths
let the i
laooking very feminine In pale hine.
Tin girl t?
s'iffr; c? qu?rsttc t . id bon logical
? he suffragists' demand, und neu >
?a word about h?.\\ ungrateful it is to
to thO edit? don't like
siiffrapists *at back and purred and
??ai?? how une it iva.-, and why Hadn't
and th? sera to <.?iw i"
Mies Buuno de S?euche, "f The World,"
?.< t and "rhe \\ ot 1 ??an:?' i"W n
. . Not op? nly and not
? ... gently, igsred plll-edl . as
..-..'. \ ... it liv " irin
rjoem u p
? | 7.? .i thai tl ? ? km vv more
: newapap?r ethics ha
In penlt? nt nun mura
. rj to ? .->? h ether lhal no matter
?? jMitey a ii? ??.ii n? vva ? they
ever ... gain
ro or i: woii.iti t go
I c I. r, Hoffton ? ? v tneii
?raa on the ; -
v?..r.i rha; - story
? on thai platl e to
i ? egss] . the ? :nK
i ? . ? ?
. : ' I'm -uni. f
. ? Tribune'
I : ? ? able, bran ? rolling irn
for --; iff li?
? :i out
- ? ?nd don't
;. ??. i : . . ? ? . , . . .
So;i?e ' Don'ti" <or Suffragettes.
? i fie?
ld m< rely
? i ???? t. ??? auffi age
..il- late In the ?lav that
re Ii irtera that
d 'H"t com?
? id? and foi gel in t.'l? phone
??aril? i m the d * and then say
ben iIk-v . omplain next m?
.i i"t thenrnet ?cooped, "v\ by;
i "?? ? be doing duty
in t e o;.'.? i oiin ?? ? rag? head
i ?i lera ?rha ask for
? . ? i liie organisai on ? Ith, '. ?u
f- she'i v. i y bus? ' We
? .- ? * > \\ e know she doean ?
??in?- (lev, n. like the male pol?tica] lead?
I her f. ? t on th? desk and
? ... time. "A ?? bnOW she s but v,
t U'i Importan! to ??-t trie new.?? from
i ?i i a a. 11-. ' i foi h? r a mi for um The
?.i?',- in t.m.-, officer ;.t;t into iii<? battit
sav lag thai rallj one naid
RELIABLE AIDS TO
HEALTH AND BEAUTY
D l'A- HONED sv.-'i l-.vi TONIC
The old tin.? ?carden? tonic It Nature's
reguiHtor ind strfenfrth-gtver Thts i
b pfl II ng 1 ?>iine. kai'd? lie in '-j,
v. i um v? hlwkj ?, then 'j
?nl hoi water to mak?. s
i. . , tablespoonful before
! !?..,. is ?? title, | ? t positive,
a fh it- bMod-clcenslnai
I nd energy to dl
'i ?,?? ka''i"tie tonic l . ?
silent I nd liver troubtas and
? -- k i n of pimples, blotches and
v.? il a? I'loi?eta tbe ho?lv
IONAUL1 i im: shami'i? i
h ol m. ru i an he mad? bj dis?
? ixpoonfni of i nnth.ox In a CUp
"? hot watei 'ina lather It produces ??
? tin t , ?.-< :,?- oi! and dandruff,
'"avilie ???? -i up refreshed and In a ? ? irk
on H rinses ? >a*lh . drl? ?*
.i . v. i,n it mak?*a the hair
' I tloffv ,-ti ,1 easy ti. .are for.
iv i't. ?o th, scalp and
^??ke?. |hi o -..' good and does not
? V|? 11 ,\|, ? i ,,,|| infliamed ? res ?an he
?a? cleei strong and sparkling by the
fol low inn simple tonic: l>is
?". ?? crystos tn a pint of cold
..... drop a few drops in each eye
?hi. . and sir? ?iKih? sing
hing rniwolee, while for granulated
"ea end ? . - ? nerell** thg results
? n r? inarkebl?
?'h.-' I* M Mr-' QUICKLY? ??? t a
i ; .? kaye of d?later *- ai d
?Us a Httls WMt-*? ? ;;ik" ?saoiii-!' |.i.?t*' r?.
?seer th? l \r, ??irface Aitnly ???to In
*??' or irr?-,, ?ji^iufa.a r>n> ?.ff. *.-.-?ali the
' ? nd ir -,viU ',,0 ;f.f< SMIOOth ?i.1 ?aaSlr?
0 I ?jj-iii rstfruns fr?>ir. rms **r?-kt
it to eeriaH, ,.,.pf>r,rl. (?1(, other ?lav. and
'?''"ii slit insisted on breakin?? into the
Inner office there .vat the boss talking
t?? H bunch of reporters.
1'on't. If rom>ethlng amusing happens
In sii*frHU,. nnaj tnu'r- In. think you're
disgraced by ?being featured in print. If
you at?- In the work with h?>tli feet you
can i afford to hav?- t-orns-eir to mind il
th. v ar?? trodden upon
Plnslly, don'l ever sa v. ' I don't trust
newspaper pe?.pii " as a matter of fac?
there an few newspspei people- who csn'1
be trusted t?? respect your confidence. You
have only to sav. "This isn't to be u?,-,|
Bow." The leaders understand this; it Is
onlj the litt la ?v?, who announce thai
the-'.- dIStrUSi re porters, Or who get excited
and think that It's an evidence of the
total depravity of the press when throut* .
s misapprehension something they didn't
Kive for puhli.-attoii Kets Into print.
Then after th. press trirls were all
talked out, that nice Miss Hav ?*ot up
and said how BWOel it was of them to
THE STRIKE ZONE
Auto Load Invades District to
Talk with Idle Shirtwaist Girls
-'Cause' Leaders Surprised.
Mr? Jam? \jaoo LaMlaa think?? she
caught th? Pollee Departnri-enl -mpptag in
the middle of the afternoon yeeter?tay.
She asked f.,r a permit t.. hold a Street
?meeting In the .?-tiike distii.t, .<t "?lal
Bt*re?p| snd -i\th .ivenue. and th? polite
Bald "Oh ..-. certalBly, Mrs Laldlaw,
thai s 'M be all right"
She called Heg*lqnartora again, bocsnsa
sh.- was still tlmld. She realty did not
vaut to run afoul of a policeman
"Could the suffragists )ve suie of poli? e
"Oh, v.-s. certainly, Mrs Laldlaw '
S.? al I 10 oYlo.-k firmly e-onvineed th.e'
n- adquartera was Mcrasy**te let aaffragists
have a Street BWOtlag within hcarinc of
t)i. girl shirtwaist strikers, Mr?. Laldlaw,
Mrs. Helen Hoy ' ire? ley and Mis. Anna
<?nnc. a visiting suffrage le?.let from
I'hilaeleiphia, aot into their SntOTOObile
no arrived on the scene Just at th?
Uvelieal bOUl of the day. The strc.ts
wer*? iilh-d with r-ioups of shoutlnr; strik?
ers and ?.t rlk.- hnnkeis Mont of the
Striken im>i-p too busy keepinir moving at
th? commands of the police to listen t?i
th? suffraf-lsts, but the e-rowds whii h han:;
about that neixhhoriii-iod the^e day a look?
ing t"' amu?sement quickly gnthered :t?
tl . sUtOfnobile stopped at Sixth a'.rn ,'?
and lid stieet
Mrs. Laldlaw said she was there \,, ....
mind th? shlrtwais-t workers that the suf- i
fraglStS were with them-that thai wsa
what s-iftratre meant, the larger slstCI
"Women B'ho have homes and mm,? <?.'
she sad 'don't believe these da \ s tha; j
the a;.? eh.Ins their whole dntv if they
keep the! h"mes clean and theli chil?
dren happy, s.t lone as mn woman Is
being exploited in Industry, so ! .ne as
tha police r?-f isa proteetJoa to tin- in.?
Cirl OH th? slreets. set long IS Won.,
place not merely the home hut the
Btreet, to?? We want th?' vote
we Want Justice for all women. W . want
to make sur,- that when th.s.
receive a pitiful little increase iti wagea
i., stop (he|r striking thai Incraaae won't
i.e cheated awsj from th? m m penalties,
and tli.it when a cre.wd of glris aJ>s< tn
blea anywhere thev will h,. protect**d
from th?? tonghs and procurers, who at
present make it a husiness to frequent
th.- sjtrlkers' ineetinga The suffraglsta
asked the Mayor for special p..hi.
? r ?? t.?. i the- girls at thes?? mei-tiiiKs but
h?' refused, That is why we suft racists i
have ha.l to patrol those halls OUreelVOa
Those nun. who ap-n't afraid of a hun?
gry, discourageel little strike). dOB't lik?
te? meet a detersnlned suffrage n-.Tk-.- on
guard at th?* doot."
MINORITY TAKES A WALK
Majority of Good Health Club
Has Case of "Cold Feet."
Three enthusiastic members of the GooeJ
Health Club, which is composed of e:?tiit
well knOBTfl women of Hichmonrl TI i*B T,
LOBf Island, apiieared on time lor the
"hlhe" of th?- orgnalaatlon yeatei
day. They walled four and one-half
mil's before ?hey quit, out of breath and
exhausted The five other member.?--, who
?.?.e n- m? most enthusiastic <?tt Mondsy,
end i,..t t.tke part m tin walk The)
WOUM not admit thev lied "cold feet" or
that it wa too toi?) and stiK?"'. underfoot
It was B ?ase of other engag* ment*- ?'ne
had to \ i sut her dentlKt : another shot ?
now servant the dlfferonce between a pata
? ut meat chopper and n ?offer grinder
and another admitted she had to tl.un
Ti;? mcnl-e-rs orgBUlStMl th?- club for ihe
benefit of their health, and not because
in. . bad any Intention ?if training for ths
suffragist march to Washington Thev
ar? Mis lohn M Keator. Mrs Rlljst,
Kuh. Mr- E. C Moth)', Mrs William ?
1 \ ,n Mis?- Aii'-ila Murray, Mrs tleorge
Bmlth, Mis. C. K Smith ami Mrs. .fanvs j
Koi./.e-r. They deelded to walk five miles
,, day, tain or shine, on the advice of i
i . t physician, their aervea having ??n??
;i-i<.-w after one ?if the gayast so*dai sea
Hone Richmond mil has ever known. The,
. Who walk-?! I'Mterdag w*re Mr-.:
Kooser, Miss Murray and Mrs. Molhy ;
1 They declare they will do the full five
i mile- to-diiv. Th.- dellnnucnts promised]
I to loin in the walks when the going la i
Letter to Czar May Herald Dis?
St r.-tershurg. Teh 4. The autogtaph
I letter sent b} the Austrian Binp-ror was
proaented to Ihe Kmperor Nicholas to-day
I ,,t th? I'.ila?-?- of Tsarskof^Selo b] l'nn? e
I HohealOhe \\ aldcnbutg - Schllllngfuerst.
Th.- Russian Kmperor afterward conferred
will, S.-r^niw Sa/.?in"ff. ?Minister for For
I?enden, K-b. ? 1*rlnoe Hohonlohe. ac
cordlag to the Vienna correspondent of
ri.- Dally Tsligraph." is not only In?
tu?ste.! with the letter to the Husstan
ImHvior, but is also autliorlsed to <on
ducl n? potiHtlons for a better u nd erstand -
Ina between Austria und Russia anil the
? n armamento! the two countries
CZAR'S SON'S IN.JURED KNEE
Alf-xis Still Unable to Straighten Left
Leg, but Is Growing Rapidly.
Yalta. Kussia, K??b, 4?The Impenal
?low n Plinoa Alexis Is still unable to
at*nalghten iiis left leg a? the Brassa owing
to ti.?- injury h?- sustained recently, but,
m cfirdlng i" ihe physician in uttenelane ??-,
lir. |ienv?nko, this Is rapidly heeomlng
<;.r,?ral Inimba?!/.?'. the commander of
Hi. garrison of Yalta, who has Just re
lurned hate from UM Palace of Tsarsk?ie
Helo, to-?la.v furnished an account of the
haaltb of the crown prlnco, whom he saw
and conversed with repeatedly during his
?tay. Hel says the prince Is as full of
spirits and as happy as ever he waa. Ilo
has grown considerably taller and mo><*
muscular ?"ince last spring. He told ?.eti
eral Inimbadie that he had been alck. but
h.- now was free from pain and felt all
' Th? crown prince takes a drive daily
either In a earrlage or a sletsrh. Th???mem?
ber? of the Imperial family, accordln? to
Ornera] Dumbadze. are In the best <?f
Ki.irlts owing to the rapid and satisfactory
,,,..,--, of the tremo prin??e.
! As Much To Be Feared as the Tactics of the
Enemy?Fa,ffective Work in
By Ida Husted Harper.
winic the suffragists ?*.?< holding theii
servie.' ..i prayer n?*t Bunda] f<>i guid?
ance in the approaching eamptalgn, the>
sii.tiiiti i.ra? most earnestly to be saved
from the Munden "f their friends These
ai?? quite as much i" be feared es the tac
Mea of the rn?*my. Bvery neurotic wmn
an with a loi of half-baked ??leas which
she want to loirl on the public tries tr
?1" s., nowaday i In the p?me <>f suffrage
and as it Is hsrdl) possible for rhe pr?s*
or Individual i" t'tscrimlnste these art
..fien B<*cepted BS th? genuine ?1...trine.
This has been the misfortune of the
m remen I sine? us beglnnlns, half a
rentnrj ago, hm now that sumreei.M
n?-ai .it i..m.i it v? ui i..- ,t paierait)
.\ particular!] exasperating caae in
point has ni-I I.".-; . I plotted m the pul?
pit ami in th?- newspapers Dr. Btlmson,
pasior of one ol lh.' lergesl churches In
the city, w h?? always has been a pro?
nounced opponent of enfranchising worn?
en, read from the pulpH Isst Sunday
evening pan ot a magSBine article by a
young vv..m.m who lias been hailed far
and wide ai ;, "suffrage lender," wblch
? i?rrli d ..- "\ lie." and on the
strength ??! II !.. denounced the ?offre
ci .ii. of 1 h? h?une .n me
sain, manner as the Industrial Workers
?>i the World aie enemies ?.f property,"
and ?ieciaieti iii,n '-free love and t.'lal
martiag? ;??? among the wespons used
b) th. s. . i. mies " 'i'-. pi ove hh late
menta he read 'ron? the article ? \tra?*ts
upholding Klien K?v - nasa dis ?m monoff?
i?i.iv- and in,- central ? lought In "Hlndle
Wakes" that ? .t woman has p right t?.
Indulge a fsnc) of the moment, and
?...int "There Is no use hlinklni; tho
fact that we cennoi liberate women wttb
our tiiitiinK rmrselvea facing ..ideal
? tang? s In hei i elal loni wli h men .?? re
garda the two rltal metiers of prop-arty
and se\ "
A t ?.n. ? th? . lei c ma n ded i.? fi om
statement lo use hla own language,
"what lanipni.' railed the shameless
ness ..r i.loa.' This Inferen? li fer?
fetehed, >? ,t what th? suffragists protest
?tt:.iir>?-1 moel v . i? ihe mining
up "i th? suffrag? ?iu??stlon and th? res
question by those vin., pretend lo tard
as representa! I hla mot ? ment 1 bis
mattet wa? foughl lo a llnlsh right in-re
in N? w Totk ? ;t ovei fort) yeers ajto,
when .i coter!? ?.f prominent persons
kin.? n ?.^ i... |ov< a" a (tempted to
apeak from th? pistl.I lh? uifia
K i \..t ? ? to rjvocati uffia?,-, were
lowed I ge, and the) and
theli doctrines were etronslj repudiate*!
Th? | . ki ? ? lirai out of this
n,"V cm, n? evei Inc? and at? out of It
new. so fa ? l ?? ??? ? hd? leadei? ?-an
keep them oui bul It hita become so ?arg?;
that it la rrholl) Impossible t.ntrol
evert Individuel wl.- lo declare
? ? a c" ' of it
Thos?. ho? ev? ?? consecrating
their livea lu lh? pose ,,< oi.
taining th? * bi ? i I... ? one? n lis v. a
right '?. protest, and thej do piotert,
aga tal an) alllanc? with the sea prob
? . ? . . - ?- To ?lo this
aimpl; pu! nio il bandi "f the enemy
i . . . ? ? ? Inching;
ami it at*-.- i ii,,? been don? b thos? who
?t se ??f tu?- word be regarded
radei f th? mo? enu m In an-? l?>
. aiu n lia taki hsll a oeutui of
a i-, end dis? eel ? cm k to srio
Ihe v.n suil ? "? ? m*ml tl'. i?
sped .?no approval whk-h i non enjoys,
and this result I nol s del 11<?> ?d by ,
?the ahiiorma! utterance? of lireeponslb
persons. One has only t>. atudy the COB
ditions in these states where aromen hav
exercised the suffrage for ?ears to i
?onvinced that it has not in the- ?elij-htr?
tagten impaired the sacrednesv of mai
riage or lowered.the standarels ejf person?
purity. Those who are striving to secut
the further enfraJichiserne-nt e.t WOBM
should lose no opportunity for ?ailing at
tention to ?ids record ami for condemi
ing those who try to ?.how lli.it it WO?I
be any different In other states
Two Methods of Work.
The Kings Poimtv Woman Suffrage A?
sociation. under the pi tatflenil * of Mn
Talboi I'erkins, lias written t?. over ..n
hundred BMB'a clubs of VsrlOUS kinds !
Urookivn ashing peimission t?? prtotn
the subject at one of ih.-lr meet inf.?? -.,,,,
it ha?- been gemerall) granted An biflnli
amount of quiet work of tiu.?i kin<l la be
ing ?lone?, neii only in BjfBBtSr KeW Yorl
bill throughout the state. It is not 8P0C
tacular. It furnish?? no headlines, but i
is the sort that will count r* hen the rjuee
tion flnallv sues t.> the vot.-r?- Nothm?
has the effect of a personal appeal to ?ht
Individual man or le B ?mall group n
men. Mr* I a r..llette, who di?l ?u?*l
spii'iidhi wttrh lot the ?'iffr.iK?- amend
mint In W i?e-e?nsin. "?aid in h?t sunimini
ut? of th>- campaign thai aron smong ''"
Oermsn voters and In ItBcatttlBs domlnst?M
by the brewimc Interests wherever t''l
personal appel was mad? a large favor
able vote ??as the result
??f course, the i>ra?.s banda must pia?,
and the r?-d lights must hum; there mttSI
be street parade ai d "hikes'" to )',,?
capitals ?thil la the onlv way to keep th?
subject in the Bswspapera hut the reaiiv
effective work tha' which will carrv Hie
Bmsnalmsnt, wdi consist of heart-to-heari
talks with the rotara by the women of
f'eir own j'otnmunit.v. whom they respect
??mi nansa h.?c m pl(*ase, h, the ?itie*?
the so.-iaiisi idea e.f groups ??i centras
m,f. weil i.e adopted \ suffrage dub*
room, proper 11 roaditeted, aleraya op? n.
With talks. iHei.itiire pap.-r.? and . K 'I)
refreshment? if possible, can eoBvert a
whole aelajhborhood II is to i?.- Imped
Miss DoBBell) Will suc?-ee,j with Ii.?r pr??l
??? t f??t ene of these clubs In the itth
Assembl] Ii'sirl. t. hut slie ?lionld he p'lt
ander bond that it srtll sol he us,-d m
the* interest either o' Tammsnj m tha
Proajreeslve nan? "Our Mary" sesmo
t?. hav. diviu.d bet allegiance between
Hie tWO, an.I ?li? annot have the? fi:|l
confidence of ihe suffragists natll aha ra?
f .? ? ? Ihe liai 'I "f ? a?h
\t ti.ai big Huffnig? banqaet in ihe Ha?
te! ?\stor on Monda', night with six hmt
?Ired prr?rnt, the liemo'-iat- aeemad In*
Cllnod ??' 'iro off Hie hen.q ic*? TllO
tOBStarnSter and founder of the Mens
Suffrage latssgus, Ooargo PVwtor PcBbody;
the g'iest of honor, S? natot ThOfBBS, of
''olor.ido, and one ef the thief oiat?>ts.
Jttsdes <5' y, at the goprsma Oaort were
liemoerats. sod they made I pldtn that
tie- wnruan auftrage itiov-, ment in New
York liad tust been araltlaa fee tha Detmo?*
era tie- part )?? e.l ,e I n lo |,,|?.| Ttle'lt
the) propose., a loa t to Mr iulsei m
i'1-moir.it the oalj dm. si Meu
^ ,,ru who < e- t. connu end? ? sub?
mission of an smsndinent ?o the raters
The mminin'l n this ?t..te slB'aya has
been kepi absolutely rien-partlsen bj the
wem.? ?i i ut th? | win tr\ to m-, ? pi the
pie-ent situstlon if th? hepublksni Inatai
SUFFRAGISTS WANT GUAI
Run Gantlet of Doorkccpt
and Lay Request Before Taf
Washington PVh Thi ? ? vv om< ? i
n a*' I? ..?:? ? ran the ga
let of dooi keep? l the White Hoi
to-da and ctrnfronted i'r? aident T
?ni-, th.ii requ? -t foi a guard "f soldi*
.'??'- .nal m..i.! ? foi th. n parade h<
on Ma 'ii I, and th? i I ? n t .n^ >.f ;. hj
hoNda) t" v? otni n ? mplo* ed In the gi
ernmenl departments rho ma srish
n ..t K. lb? mar? h to the i lupltol i
I'M - .1?. nt pi.I Bed '?? dis? .'-' th' ni.it
vv ith Ins i alnii' I
Tin ,-nffi agis) ? a., mad? lh?
?vi- Mi.* Helen Usrdn? t Ufa \.
Paul .'mu H Isa Olynn s<nnto. Buth?
land ?.f Utah, Introduc? ?I th' m to t
TURTLE JURY SPLITS
Leaves Transportation Methc
Still in the Air.
Tl ? :.i? n turtle? Which have he. n w8
in? snxtouBl) to beer whether bereafl
the) would travel from Havana on th*
beck "i on theii bellies will be <hsa
pointed to .... T!u mie hetore who
Cleveland Downs, lormei captain of tl
steamer Baratos a s .?*-? on trial in On
?rai s.'?? nie- foi 'i iell lo snlmala h
eausi i?' brought ilxty-flve turfes to Ne
York ..n tin u back with their Rlppei
pieu'? <! I ltd Ii. .1 loeeth. : .11 BgT?j 'I ] I
terdfl v and .v h di1- ha i , ?? I
Til? Jurj ia said l<? have stno?! seven (t
bccj ilttal ami av?? mi ? on? Iction. Ill
.111 r ? ? ? ? ..tie.-.i in.it the piercing ami t > In
were painful, let thej 'lid no? tao\ ths
it was an a?t ..t unjusttftsbie cruelty o
the pat i ?.r ' epialn 11 rent*.
Neither Csptaln Downs nor the turtle
wort in court yesterday. The .-h?ra
Bgelnst Ihe rep tain Is only ? m?s?ie
meanor, end he bed Judge Bwsnn's i??r
mission lo i.un n t" 'us bonse In Mann
it ia unttael) thet be wOl !.?? tried a-rain.
INSISTS ON CITIZENSHIP
Woman Who Married Aliei
Wants to Remain American.
San l'-iBtic|s.,>. I . I. t_l.the! Macken?
zie, wife of Msekensie ?.onion, a eon
rert v,,ioi>! and member of Han Francisco
elube, who h .< British subjeet, has begun
prt.i eedniki- in lh' State Hupieni?' I 'oiirl
t?? fe.st tlie int? rpretatlon ,,f th,, federal
law thai a woman who marries an alien
loses her tdtlsenshlp thraugth hein* com?
pelled Is taae the poMtteal ??atus of her
Mrs. Maekensl? . *?-h'> wa*- one ot Ihe
leaders In the UuBJrnUjt rSIOgUlgB Which
resuiieti in the enfranehifasenent of ?'ali
fornla woman, recently BfUB refused rea;
Isrralion hv .? ruling Of 'he H.?;,rd of
Kleotioli ?'oiumis.loners In her petition
Mrs. Mackenzie ?sks for a writ of man
damns cUUsOelltng the hoard !" allow har
Th.- act of ?'oniriess hv which she was
prevent??! from refjisteriiiK was prtssed
In March. I''"" Bb* "intends lhal n does
not app!> t?. h.t. as she has not lived
outside the Untied ?ef?tes
-ASKS BUTTONS DOLLAR SIZ
Missouri Bill Hit?, at Dresse
That Fasten in the Back.
lefferson I it'. M?v I'. n ? RsprSBSBtl
the Hav. of Mutier Count'. latroduci
in the taSatfaleture to>day a Mil pnthlbil
; tnc women from weariBg dress?e thl
, buttoii up the back units? the buttona b
SB large as B ?lollai
Tin- Mil Impones a "in. ,.' from ?' to ?
With a jail seilten.. [.,? pel ??-t.-nt ni
; WOMEN AS GRAND JUROR!
Named in California Bccaus?
They Won't Gos?sip.
Radareed City, ?Cal., Peb I -inn,,.pi
lag the qualifl..ilion e of aeventeefl womci
for the San Mute.. * "? ? ? j ? 11 * Grand Jui*?
venire .1 id?, ???-ori;?' Urn | in i ftec| place,
at lea??- ?, BomiO ??n the ?jtati'l Jui v
Onl) thirteen men were named, and th
membership of the grand Jurj la limit?*?
t t f.ineteen Tins will he the first iBStane
In this stat? of women se-i\inK em a gran'
fury. Judge Buck accepted mauled nom
en, most of whom appear 88 "house
wl-es" on the \otlng Pt-gtStei
f've ,-iIwrm) wanted to ?,, t ;, mr\ tha
would!) I gossip" ?aid Judge Ru? )c
'There never bSS hern | grand J? 11 v Ir
.-an Mate-.. OOUBt) that COUld keep ;
secret. ;?nd -?ow well g\; c the women ?
PLANS CHILDREN'S BUREAU
Levy Bill Places Incorrigible
Youths Under Its Control.
I H?. i rlegrsph I? The Trtbaae I
Albany, Feb. 4 Th?? majority leader,
Aaron .1 Levy, fo-inorrow will IntTOchMB
a hill creating the Children? Bur an o(
the City of New York I) WB8 ?Irawr
after a conferencie on the New Vork ?hlM
prol'lem, attended by leading cdliena md
P?ibltclafs. Speaking of the hill Mr. I?svy
It creates a bureau of the directora
who have eiclusivs Jurisdiction ov.?i all
children between the compulsory .?, i..?.|
ages charged with habitual ruamv. m
corrlglhlllty and Juvenile delinquency, and
over all cases of improper gUSrdiSBShip
and violations of th? child labor law.
Tha Hoard of Kducatlon Is direct? d to
estabhah truancy schools for |l ants.
parental achoola for Incorrigibles an*i ju?
venil? dollnqiisntn ?nil guardian ?hoois
for children not having proper guardian*
ship Thus there Is a complet?- ??eparjtlon
of the various ?-lassos of ,chll?1ren. and
they are not permitted to be .-onfflieti, H?
at present, In the same Institution or
There la also a compl? le remodelling
of the enforcement of the truancy laws
along th.? line? suggested in the* Hanns
report by t"rofe*s? r MeMurry. Last year
the H-.ard of Kducatlon sent out over
l."af-0,')?"K) absentee poatal e-ards and tTUBBOy
notice? The e-ost e>f ?lie pei?lals und no
tlOOB, for printing, writing. ?I?', was
more than li'.O"?*'. and little result ??as
.Mr. I?ev> SAvs be is "convine?-.! n,,,t
this law vests the Jurisdiction over chll
etren where? It ought to be, In the Hoird
of education, and gives that department
all the power It needs to properly | ro
vlde for unfortunate children without the
necpsity of bringing ihem to court and In?
flicting on them the Indelible stigma
whle-h thit practical carries with it." I
I Illinois Lieutenant Governor
Wants Whipping Post.
| TU- T?la??raph re The THtanie |
Springfield. III., Feb. 4. -Whipping
posts for "white slave" traffickers was
the remedy for this evil proposed to?
da y by Lieutenant Governor Barrett
n'lfara, a? he entered on his duties ;?-*?
presiding officer of the stau? Senate.
Ho declared It wouhl be his effort !??
eradicate "white slavery" by legisla?
tive enactment during his term of of?
"In my judgment the most vital
problem for this body to solve in tho
interest of the people of Illinois and in
a f-cneral way In the Interest of th?>
people of the worl'l." Mr. ??'Mara said,
"Is that problem that has to do with
Ihe chastity of our women and th.*
sanctity of our homes. No observing
man car. fail f<> notice with keen alarm
j the grow th of an lniltistrv that thrive?,
: from the greed of men UPOU tlie purity
''Personally, i should favor for he
punishment of a man guilty of ...jpg
a party to tlie "white *inv.' Industry
lh?' Institution of the "id floHginv; posr.
I in lleve any man who will be so low
as to engage in this Industry should >?
lashed publicly, an the) laahetl them In
th?i Colonial days. And that law Inn
racently gone Into effect in the enlight?
ened country of <"re.it Britain."
ITHACA WOMEN AWAKE NOW
Learn They Are Suffragists,
Even in a School Board Election.
"When IB a sufYra'.Tctte'" is th? lines
tion Alts i.iuv (fewle) ?-alklns u trying
to solve. Mrs. Calkins is prssldnni ?>r the
suffrage K,,n?t) m Ithaee, ami aa ?n. h it
has been lier prlvllcjre to lamh in her
sleeve ar lh?* spectacle of women Voting
and not knnwins I hey were l>etnr* suf
Ithaca iv-iiik ? railage town, si.r ?v
rh.Ined y?SSterday, has alwnvs looked Hak?
an.?- nt 'those awful suff ragci t,... ? *.,,t ?
?lioir time oro there was s desliahle nom
an ?>n band to All an Imporrnnt post on
the school hoard. It was a reform cam?
paign, and the women of the town w.re
determined t?. pu? the ?.id offirisi our of
ofhc? They all tut nul our and woiked
for their candidate. Mrs. f-.e'trnde Martin.
Bife of th? ip an of the i'ornel! Architect?
Hit tue rever rheugjbr of Uiar I.-ing
auffinge work ' Mrs ?'alklns aald "Thai
was Just rrolntr out an?! vorlnn With 'heir
Inubands Th?? iike.i ir i When on
I mentioned ?-uffraga- to them, riemgh. they
n ei e horrified.
""n anotlier occasion w? had g'eat <??
eitemrnt about abolishing ?he fraternities
In the Mglt echOOll The vvome?; we.e
ver. n.'tr ? They all went lo tlie meet?
Inge, end then vou would Bee litt!?* <om
ponies "f ho? s and girls lobbvltip fOI the
'fiats.' begging the women to vote their
w.1 nut ?iiose children would giggle most
dlsrsspectfully if you aald "suffraglsts.'
"All fins taught rhe town a lesson, and
now Ithaca BOCtM W he ?V'tkl-i?; up There
la '.?ik ?>f forming ??? mens langue at the
university, ?nd about nt'ni. of the pro.
feBBore* wives heionc to our suffrage ao
REVOLT AT PARIS STYLES
American Fashions Society's
: First Meeting Declares War.
No m'ie aie we to ie t.'?l ro risi,.'h
fashions Xo m.?r< is na- I'ar.-e to ?He
tat? whal \tn?*ii..iii women shall vvear
Th? BOCiet' "i Am-ii? an l'a liions for
AmerteeB tVeenen decided this at a men
i in? hei.i yesterde* si the Motel McAlpin
1 Custom tailors, garment makers ?lies
. makers, mantlfSCtUr? r1- of rjrett goods and
th? people who write .??...mi dren In
p.?'*? and mags tines were there In force,
an.i a second revolution a bloodless rev?
olution against European control ove? the
, .nt of gowns akirta and la'k-t? ?rai d?
Alexsndei M Orean na temporary
chairman, end sise mad? lit? chief sd?
.ir> as Mi Orean s.?id ?liai fashions were
a inattei oi adjustment to environment
and ?.ut American dransmskere, know?
Ing the ' nvorintn? m w. r? bettei quail
n..i io catei i" Americas a*on*ten than
an' foreign artlsl could be
Mi s Harnet K. Kahya lamented the
?trange propeneit; of the American pub?
lic t-. demand Imported ' -o.nis and on
ported" garments ft..m th.- shops, tu?'
public mus? i- educated, she satd, to Ihe
knowledge thai Imported productions
? , r? n'? i? all* bett? i "it. n ?pur. th?
v < rue
LIMITS CHILD INSURANCE
Total for Sevcn-Year-Old Can?
not Legally Exceed $168.
Albany, l'en 4 A parent BM) BOl
lri;aliy insuie tin* life of a child between
?lie nijes of seven and eight ?ear-, for
mote than tltt, the Court of Appeela ?i"
Mrs Minnie K|>nn had s??veral polii.?
on rhe life of her Infant daughter, atnl
when the child died one of the companies
refused t<> j'av us pottc] en ihe ground
thai the child was insured bsjrond the
limit of the Insurance law Mrs. Flyiiu
claimed the limitation wns ?>ri the amount
thai might he issued hv on?- cnmpnnv The
Appellate Division upheld thi? contention.
but the I'ourt of AppesiB reversed the
lower court and ordere?! )u?l?-menr for
ri.? amount of premiums j.ia.id i>?. tbe
mother tO Ibe companv
"Th?* evil SOUgthl to he guard??,! BgSiOSt
hv rh? statut?'," says ?'hlef Justice <"ul
Ion. writing Ihe opinion ?>f the court, ' wa?
the nsglnrt oi sctual maltreetment of in?
fants of tender reera by those liable 1er
their support for tl.e purpose of makliui
pseunlan proal oui of the infant's death.
This result could be ??ffeeied only hv
limlrliiK the amount of insurance per?
il irted on the Infant's ?tf?i. not st all bv
limiting the amount of a single policy, If
other policies were to he permitted"
AT THE KING'S LEVEE
Sir Edward Grey Presents
Members of Embassy Staff.
London. Teh. 4 -The first levee of this
season was held by King ?leorg? at
Buckingham Talare to-day. when Hlr Ed?
ward fjrey, the British Foreign ?SOrO
lary, presented Ihe members of the staff
of the American Fmbaesy to his maj?
Hoher! Alexander Gardiner, of New
York, and Dr. F. ri. Pearson, president
of ?he Mexico Northwestern Railroad
Company, were also presented.
PRENDER0A8T TO 8PEAK.
The fourth annual meeting of the Wid?
owed Mother?' Fund Association will
t&ka place on Sunday at 3 p m. at I'el
monlro's Addresses will be made hy
William A. Trendergast, Robert M Heb
berd. Mra. William Orant Brown and
PSdward fasu tor been.
WHEN IS CHEAP FOOD
When It Means Decreased Efficiency and
Doctors' Bills, Says Miss Flora Rose,
of Cornell University. '
Willie r,-on?>mic and agricultural sp*?
i lallSta .11? snouting that th?' era af ch??ap
f.i la past forever' or until we estab?
lish i mon permanent Bgricnltural Bya?
t? in oi ?oineilnng <lse mure visionary
happens along eeeasp Miss Plata Ross,
v.hu Is ?i professor Of dornest!?: science at
Cornell University, to tell ns that cheat?
foenl Is not really ?'heap at all?that is.
"The price p.'ii'l f"t food must not be
measured aolely In tenus of dollars and
renta," ahe saya In *? re-cent bulletin pub*
llsbod iiv ib.- university. "Food par?
chased si small ??ist is cheap only when
i? Is capable of maintaining the ho?iy in a
high state of pnViency. If it foils In this
i' ,- .n . stravagance far more subtle than
the ?.pen. carelooa apendlBg of money, for
i is bard to tr;i..' Increased doctors' hills,
lessened power of eccompllshtag work and
c;itl> deterioration t., sa extravagantly
. b< ap dietary.
"This do?? not inc.m thai food procured
nt |..w COSl niii.v nut fin-ilsh .in efficient
dietary, nor thai the purchase of es?
peaslve f.? artll lasara iiaiu nutrition
it merci? Indicates that tbe roomy ralne
of a feie.d must not be ?he- ,,ni\ determin?
ing factor ?n th? Inclusion sf thai food In
th. .it? i.ti i '
The erhole dut] ??f tt.e housekeepei In
regard t?? supplying ti??- fanailj lardei Is
one thai calls for the employment <>f nsuch
Intelligence sad requires a certain .?mount
of tralnlni w atud- .??- Mlaa Rose out?
"if the real COSl of f- ??-?.I is to he de?
termined' st..? naya ?h.? food must he
put in the wi?ni"s 'mx and ?picstioned.
The h.nj ..k.-. p.t mis' ISBTB v?h:it Is the
pin pus.? .,f each fond, in nrhai way the.
fOOd meets ?he body's I:'?'!.. wh?'*hnr It
Is necessarv to the welfare >f toe f:< ril
II? . whether mini' Other fool COUld sup
pi' the same needs al * lowot moaey
?ost. f?h?? must kt^'w- both food values
sud humen needs, and must ->e al la to
Interpret one In terms ??! the other and
to keep expenditure? within tbe family
Ilnoofne. it takes ao mean Intelllg?
and no Util?* thought t?> provide SB ??111
elent dietary on a bbbbII l?cente, P? ?
ton and <?OB88BOB BBBPB I?) 'he e hole?
fooeis for the family table bave ?? do
commercial value?. In that tln-y not
reduce the cost of living, hut also d'tnin
ish the risk oi lowen-ei eoUdeac) throui
The ahmt) t?? pnrcbaai f.?ods art
and well, te? pian parais that aha I
! iff one. grallt'vlug, satisfying and til da
mentally right. do?.?s not come by insti ?-t.
nor is it to he acquired In ;? atoan
Like any good PlSCO of worn, i' raOJUlre? ?
time and atady, thoBght and aaTott, to
make It successful."
When all housewivi a Mane to Mlaa
Hose's way of thinking th, r.- will be .
either chane'e f??r th.? application ??f tha
"higher sdut*atton" which was auppoa -l
In the Dark Ag?s to uniit vve.m? n tor bSBBBJ
duties A.-coniiiiK tO th? PtOBOBi oUtle...l<
the "higher" th?? sdu title.n the t?
Btted Hu- woman is t.. .-..???- with the m ?>
or less formidable lei.,kirn, tablee of 1
cenlag?'S of nutriment ate., Which aie
of su creat assistance to ti.- bousskeoperal
Instea?! of saying to heis.it "Well,
pruBOS are clnap to-d.iv i" ?_? t some,
in., trained house w If? ?v-.i ..-; <?> i t '.?
accordiBg t>? Miss Kose -lsj
. cheapest an a bout a of rue i M
which as a soiree ,??" prOteiB, Iron, inn*,]
??i some one e?f ?he- olh. .-?.t ,. ,m
needed by the b...l?. Th.' <<i-> per |H>!.n?ll
w?n finally take its right fine in i**
mind as s??methln?; with which to reckon,
but not as something hv wMcb '?? ?
ovei wlielmed. She will tlnd thai .1 fe.o.i!
which Is a decid.'dl?, OSpSBOtVe sour??' ?-t
Onstgy may on anal vus prove .in In
pensabls source ?if iron eu ., lime; theti
a food which Is an expensive source ? ?
1 rot. in may he exceodlasjly cheap 1 - ,i?
souri:* of snsrgy; m thai <? food whlcls
.?????us ezpsnstvs us a s. urce of tx iv
protein and anargy is stiii .( .1,. .y foo4
le.-ause nf Its supplv of Iron 01 Inte e*j
1 . ospborua And r?.> mi ?? ?.-. m t.-si .,
f.1 and arake bet Baal ehoi ? on an ,'i
teiiigent baala "
and I heir Cure
II? Wlnifrrd Its. ????nd
Ab B general rule I ?lo not recommend
nnv drastic treatments for facial blem?
ishes a*- the] may be the results of vari*
OUB .ansas, and What Will serve as a
euro for one would prove harmful to
another. A woli known physician asserts
?hat ? two weeks' triaj la ? sunMsnt test
for anv form of treatment, and foiling -.
Mtteable Improvement at the en?i of that
time a chars?, -hould be made to another
mode .u treatmenl
if to. texture of th.* sk n Is naturally
aubjeel to enlargemenl ?>f the pores, a
harmless lotion which Will tend to de
..'..???? (hell .7.' I mad.? as f..Mows:
Boras .', or.
? ; ' ? i in?-.<->.. uz
? amphoi water . .1 pint
Apply with I lit ?>f -?.ft linen after the
face has been thoroughly washed Do
not ruh it m ? ?t mop Kentlv mer rhe
m?.st aflueted parts and after altoertag
H to remain for possibly Hv? minutes,
then tins? off with warm wstei
Steaming tho Face.
gleaming ihe face will k??? n ?he skin
auppi?* snd open the pona so thai the
vai of blsckheeds may he aecoiu
pllahed wthonl aqueeslns. Undo? thera
rondltlona i ? erretlon may be elected
by senile pressuri A ?\n>\i <>( spir:?-? ,,f I
ramphor, peroxide or pure slcohol must
n. applied .i' once ?<> cmrra.-i the ho?.->.
N..; onl) Is this ?? eessr- for this latter
-, dlnfnf? ctanl Ii la even
Sever open an? eruption eithoul aoak?
m t fo it leaa i vs mlnut? ? to --oft? n
tii.' akin, ..ti?! use only .. nee eambrls
in..til.- for the purpose, which haa tv??n
sterilised either In boiling water or in
Rtesmln? rsci .mid not be dona '
<?i than once a week i Ifteen sr
(went! m l'i n i ?-s -in m hi he devoted i" i he
process ami the . i. ?? ahouid Is red
.-. ., fes minute, with a soft linen
t..".? Fold water should be <h?.-<hed
..?..-i ih? i.o. ?ft? i?.im!, and then a
Kood ?"id .team rubbed in. if ti?!- lei
repeated n-eokl) the complexion will be*
Kin t<> ? '? .ii up ivond?rfull v.
To the ranit) of the v??uiik mil, next
t.. pimples and blackbeeda frecklea ate
i .? ireatesi source >.f irritation freck?
lea are not apota on tho skin but sra
pigment forming ? ?u sndsr th.* skin,
therefore ?in renn-d.v tu remove tins?!
. ??tlonahle spotfl must he sufficiently I
?Irons: to co thrOUgfa the "liter laver of i
skin. Thete ate a number of freckle I
lotions to be had of m.>r?' or leSS effec?
tiveness, on.- of th.* rnoet simple for
h?.ine treatment being th** foliowine:
laSCtlC a?i.I I OUn. .?.-. gl) . ?-I inc. 2 ounces;
!? se water. I ounce Tins abOUld bS ap
pii?-.i several tun?- a .lav with sheorbent
There nie .na'iv blemishes Which ere
I parr of the tissue and cannot be re
moved, suih as birth tr.nks and ? r?i
I.tit they COB !'r made If s (-oaupleueUBJ
I.? perseverani'e. \pplv ?. ire ??II -is ti?-*J|
as cm he comfeirtahly borne, ?**1? | u
csmel's hau brush. ouch morning sftsr al
h'.t bath. The improvement will requtna
time, hut eventually one will he ie'..t d
by .1 decided bleachiBg of the
I wish ?o state here most rinpha ? I? **!-(
ly sapsiflBIBia hair cannot ba p*>rm.?nc'it--J
ly rem?>ved at hevin?. 'I'e? have this don?)-,
by an expert with an ele? trie good I
the onlv reliable? means of removal,
then one mi.si he careful of the f?pe BtOT
or scars will he the result The bait
may he- made less coospic
bleaching with peroxtd? Iwt ?
Eventually the. hair wi'i beconu
it Will l>rcak off close to the skin sad
when it grows oat sgaln the aame ???
ment may be repeated. The el?
die Ik the only treatment Which should
he applied 10 unties unless another ll
renom mended by a phyalolan who bes
examined the location mi t,\tu?-? .r
the mola This la niso true of a
Ru? theae blemishes pan undoubted
removed by the aid <>f tii? slectrii nee?
There Sr* COld .reams and sk n f.
at mod?rate prices to he had for every
texture .,f phlB. Tlicrefor.? the B ?
tion is ni.t .-? flifl'" ll on. sad OB
should give th? sacase af Ignorance fee
the? negier? '.f ihn f-et-e I i mv ne\t ar?
ticle 1 shall teil juu hov- *.i properly
maassge II a face.
Straightforward, common senne
advice about the care if to? bod/
will appear iri these eo'umn? tvery |
Wednesday and Saturday.
Daily Bill of Fare
BRBAKFA0T Qrapefi. ? rfp
eeramMsd etus. p- p?-?ax
l.l'N'i "M*BON llattoii la ?*?
marmalade. relSSd muihn , t- .
DINNER T'.niato sot,p. . . xpie,
apaced pluma, roashed potato?
plant Baute, lattuee, rice pudd ig, ce
MUTTON i.oAr-Tl,*? h a poeA ? ? *,
to use up Scraps of meat t:i,- ctli . |o t <y
bonos of Tuesday's roset n?..ii. ?- tas
s.iy. the bones themselves m , ? ?
in the- making of te>*dai 'a soup
A way T<> PREPARE 0Y8TEI
PLANT. Toss up in huttr 80ISX w "1
drain* .1 and asaaon? d oyster
ii.is i.een boiled till ten.lei When thor
oiigllly heated ??eld BOOM p ? ? I ,1 *J
few drape of lesson rt< th ?
saut?? ut .?me
RICE PI DDfNG L'as the left? ***
b"iie.i rice of Wednesday's diaaar Ii
pnddlag. Hi.e puddlBg proper? d fr. n<J
bollid rice usually t ?*.j 111 ?r. | tl.e us.? atk
egg polka it is n.?t aecesaary to pul ii?.
the wbjtea Raaarve them for a whi'?*,
CUStard ??l b*i!?lay's dinner. Keg?. sr i
cheap?'*- at present than tl ,?v have |.i?
and may n?iw be use.i naore frequentlN
For nearly a ?century and
a half we have ?been engag?
ed in the manufacture of
household linens in War
ingstown and Belfast and
have built up the largest as
well as the oldest linen
business in Ireland.
ations are under the per?
sonal direction of members
of the Walpole family, in?
suring the continuance of
the high standards which
have made the reputation
of the house.
Our linens are sold direct
to the consumer at manu?
ItlmrtroimO Hit pn,t fee*.
Branch?*?: London, Dublin,
Factories-. Belfast and
Warlngstown, Co. Down,
373 Fifth Avenue