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SEX APPEAL" MUGE
Mrs. Arthur M. Dodge Says
Some of the Marchers Wore
MISS MILLS MAKES REPLY;
Spectators and Paraders Assert
That Demonstration Was on
Plane Above Mere Criti?
cism of Clothes.
\ et te 'upit.ai mua ??'
Bl?hton Platch wan'? Mr?
a ne Boston anti-sulfragtst,
nd consider whether an- worn- l
? set of women would po sbOUl mak
l a ? ?e\ appeal" in that way.
??link? tbe skut.? we
were to?? tight snd < alls
parade a s-x appe es i B?
? ?? m v i ,, ? Pnlon
m en ihe resd aira
?leorsc's criticism sent out front the
Waahington headquarter! of the v i
ASM ? t? Woman Bufl
"Funny Idea of sex appeals Mis ??eorKe
thousand women turn out
on a hot da-, thermometer registering
>?' degree? and march up Fifth avenus "*
ihe blaring music of thirty-five bands,
-?ht to th* from from
the bot ?un; and our anti-suffrage fi ends
call ppeal'! I can i comprehend
If It had ->een mellow moonlight ri??w
- ire bad ?trolled a Ion?; to Ih? tinkling
Bi of the mandolin!? But a - -
eaT Ml to hi la! That eertalnly
Mrs. Blatch Saw Nothing.
ir.'l see all the
parade, a.? she marched near the head
wen! Straight on to ?arnesle Hall!
cood man; of the march
?pon none of them did she dis
Ihe shea*h cow n, the -
? low-necked ?town? in the broad light
th? generi bissrre effect s hi? h
t.- calculated to uiake 10 tnen a
nctl? v.. ..man ? appeal ' (all tl
quoted from Mi*i George'! statement)
It seemed to me thev won 'he ?ame
Vcmd of cloth, s one aeea aver) day on
PIP1 vei ? : Brosdway and the side
s .lohn Pian.} Ml ''.".
'"Wha' i 's perfect nonsenw
Mr? Mary w etai y ?f
the Nation., Woman'a Suffrage Asso
tion. thought It a great pity -i a
lid talk of other women a- Mr|
.<??? L ? in ? he ui i ieted King
|| Oke more In Sol row
than in ;?
'The antis must have grest Ml COB
sclousnesa and Mil coi aciousnesa to be
th1nklt.tr of such thing!," she observed.
I w a.? fui - rhen I i ead Mi ?
? ? orge'? remsi ki MIm Portia
"' lltS, one of the he:, .1 ei Of the cause.
"To think of thoae tine strong, spendid
women who manned' Ob we!, tue antis
. an't call ui homelj after Saturday's
. have to think up aome
| r\s? -., ging at li- '
Mrs. Dodge Shocked
Pv le e?vaiia Makan, sos of Idmlrsl
^l..*sn and lather or the w- |.,w iiaired
.?. ? .hild ' In the suffra
re, f nt lion of "L
- -vere "in StrOClOUS '
? - i. ontsmpt,"
' sae th? - ode this yeai I
marched and there was notti
Inc in it that was not tine The attitude
of the antJ-SUffragiatS UI like that of the
man who throws mud on hi? neighbor'!
white pre . ail "wn Isn t . lean.
or uke the defendant w im .-ao* the plain?
tiff namea heran?*? he haon t an) aiRu
meiv H la fei the anti-suffrage sdy
?ver, to decide whether li?
are in good last. i considei then
? What waa the antis' lad) out for?"
demanded Henry Butterworth "1 hope
?he had a chaperon I didn't Observi
the clothes of the women who mai.hed.
for i w; v ? .,,, bus) msrahallng ihe men's
at '.on of the w p. p . and wishing the)
had hobble f-kitl? to make their Mini.
Mrs. Artbui M Dodge, president of th?
National Ass.. stiOn Opposed 10 Woman
, | esti rd,. ? that she in
ot ft worn were dls
-.???'. ? I >f rout ?e. ' B 1 *".
eiothea like them on Broadway every day.
hut the an Ifrs gists who aie going to cure
.. . ? ? ?. . ?. - ould eschew
think women'! clothes are dread
now, I don't see bow men can be
Boms ff 'hose women who marched
bad absolute!, no petticoat", and ' ?
v? nite skirt.? duns well It was dreadful
"Then was "ne womna who had ? very
prominent position in the parad??, and
w r .. dress ind h?sggsring
tearing ma?le mr think of that atrocious
m Markhasa, who used to tie on the
MlM Harri" May Mill?, premdent
of the New York P?ate Woman Suffrage
Association, declared to The Tribun? r
?Marter that '"people ?end their own
t^ousht? Into thlnc?
of the best
Regularly in the
Our readers are invited to
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Sanitarium or Health Resort in
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"SUFFS" RALLY ATMANTIS,MDOORS
Taxifull of Speakers for "Cause" Defy Law to Cele?
brate Closing of Headquarters of Their Hated
Rivals in Fifth Avenue.
Th? aatl-SUffragtStS had a party thru?!
upon them v esterday afiernoon P was
th?ir last day at the beadeuarten the)
r?nte.| at No fJO Fifth ?venue, for ^:f
ftaa* parade month and It was to help
? ebrate the oocasioa that a taxi ful
of ?uffragis's appeared uist at the hour
when the crowds "f BhOpDSra were thick
Klght at Pie antis front dooi the
?topped -the Impertinent things there
?as only one frightened little "anU" in
charge of beadquarteri who ?hut the
doQI : ?' 01 i' bonnet and went home
a? ?oon as she found out what the
troubif was However, me Buffragiata
had a beautiful time hatanging the post?
er? in tbe "anti" windows and finding
that well know n coupli I
The 'antiS* <ie the home > woman'!
! place Then whai are antis ' >\^ ng
hete?" . ,
11 oniv sieov s ' i ? ilnesi
sighed th" lone little ? mil
Mri a ?' Hughston who wsi commo?
dore of the -..v k. ,,t ,, weathei >?>. oui
for | policeman while her craw went ?
I through their speeches in douhle-oulck
t,ni<-, becauae ths part) bad no permit to
Speak IB Fifth avenue.
Thi? officer on the bea' was nowhere in
sijfht. however, when i 1? sa ing down
Into position in front of th? ' anti annex
I ? mlri ite lie nove in sight down
popped the orator from the ba< k seal
Mis Hughatoa took little M'ss Klat'
schlhsn almost by tbe naps of the ne.-k
and pulled bet ,,i,t ,,f t(,^ crowd in which
she was bi'ssfull? eiicuiatinK with a col
.ti.ii bOS, and they flew before the
astonished officer of the law bad time to
? .'? ate
W ell, If the. ain't 'he ".mi' ' '
The suffragists ?ho spoke al the
party" were Miss Portia Willis, Misa
ah.ma Hill, Miss Gertrude Duncan, Mis
Plora Qopen Mrs May Helio Morgan
Mi^s Martha Klatschlken and lira, A. C,
Tbe arm suffragtata earliei In the fiav
had i Kpr? seed then
mu. h please,! with the CBU t Of thl
mouths campaign on tbe street Th?
would k< to keep th? rooms ongar, thej
said bul t h> building a as to be toi n
URGE HEALTH MARRIA1
Clergy to Adopt System.
... : . ,.k !
Philadelphia, Mac ?, The convenu?
j the Pi ..testan: Episcopal Dio
Pennsylvania adopted to-ds) a resol
1 urging t'n? neeessit) of a health .??
.ate before*marriage. The reM
Mted th? .i." |. ... safegusrd th?
; isgritj of the ra? i and the home v.
?its th? powei lies with them.
Ing e>l national matter before theli
grsgationi and to Insist on th?
! tlon of a health certificate from a iep
'? - physician le t1 e effect that 1
I whom thej sre '? msrrj have neltbe
Incurable noi .? communies ble dlMs
The clergy m - mi i Ii s com
lees sis ir? ged to aMist In the m
men) fOI Mrfsl hiuI mo.al h?1termen
Initiating snd encouraging special |<
latlon '..'..king t.. i ilea t., pre*,? nt
Ing of licenses b) ihoM who
morall) and phyalcally unfit to wed
miss beldem" learns a
No Guardian Needed for S
Against E. Clarence Jones
Tn. .e were Mvera ?\-\<- ... menta
i) in the suit w hi n Misa K?the
Cecil Beiden has threatened to bring
$100,.ich of pi omis? . .
?Tat. . of the banking *h m 0]
?Carence .lone? <v Ce In th? fl It |
following me innouncemsnt of cou
for .lot,.-? i h*I he would mot ?? to h
'?'?i t he ot de- signed b) JUSI
man last I'rldav SPPOintlBg AUgU
lardlsn au liten foi Miss I
'den. her attorney appeared before I II
? Psge ami n ads I he appll a) Ion,
'that he tu?.i been ni error when be I
lice 1*< hman that Miss !'?? ?
I onlj : . . , . | . .|
I The Iswyei ?ubmltted sn sAdavli s
iiiK that Miss Baldea was mistaken vv
sn?- lud her age to I un .lusllce P
granted the order vacating the appol
.ment of the guaidian. so ?hci Mis- I
' den get? ready to bring the suit ?he ?
:hnve to bring It heraelf So far ?he I
not filed bei l omplaint
i ;.... |i \v Whlteside, who li
with Lloyd Paul gt *'.Ml for II
Beiden hM yMterdaj "It hi Immatei
m tni? issue whether or not th?
ii or is not a little over twenty-one ye
' of age. v\ ?? sh.. ? ? s to | rova tl
' her reiatloai With the defendant w?ue
gun "nd weie continued while si
I infant in th?- ev?s of the law, It Is not
I ? ?-. that Misa Balden li sfter, bul I
i ; ..t.-.-! ...?i of bsi good mi me
MAY LOWER HORSERADIS
Customs Court Decides It Is N
Waahington. May ?? With 'be cost
living constantly aoairang, herseradii
the countrv eVSf as a ? on'llmei
! mav b?come eheapei to InereaM tne a
1 p?Ute? ,,f the American people, a? I
tesuil of a decision to-dav to the ? U
'. ti - I'miu Overruling .*.*- Tressti
Department'i pleading fot i ? pel ,-e
ad valorem dut) on horaeradtah too
? ling to its version of the |
and in the ?conomie ?nteres! of the pa
;, | i be 'oui t decided t hat tbl i M
shouUi he admit?.-.! ft'.' of dulv
The deportment contended thsl i hora
radish mot wa1- a vegetable, but t
CeUfl ofTicialP named it a "vegetal
?ubstsnee ' Drawing a distinction b
iw.eii horseradish and '*moea
mentioned in the tariff act i
vegetable bu batanees entitled to free si
tiy ihe government suggested that mo
land seaweeds MUld not be used as foo
The court <ame La< k with the ?tat
| m. lit that mOM ami seaweeds frerjuen
I y w ere eat? n
* DEATH FOR CORNELL CLUB
1 Seniors Strike Fatal Blow t
I By Telegrsgb to th? tiiismm
Itiia.a. May & Agitation which latel
fTTStSltaad in a strong sentiment again?1
the ?o-ca'led ?o.iai .lut.s at Cornell n
?idled to-day In the two ?enior societies
Quill and Dagger, and Sphinx a Mead
I i.??ning an ultimatum notifying all ?en
1 lot? and undei classman who aie nrn
?member? of Majura. Kappa Met? Ph
? Beth LVAmed ?n.i kindred club? of th.
soda) type, that membership m ?in
club? on and after MB) IB WOUM nuik
ilifm Ineligible foi election to either ?>
th? senior Hocieties
The indictments against the?e BOCtotlei
include charges of breeding BBObMshnesi
and an unpleasant distinction m Pie un
dergraduate h<?|\ ?jth'r evils fot Whlcl
these club! aie ?aid to be rasponslbli
have been thoroughly investigated pend
ing the action of the senior socleti?-.s. and
their action to-dav practically end? th?
life of the club? with .?.immeneemenl
WOMAN HELD AS SHOPLIFTER
Handbag Search Reveals Goods Taken
from Broadway Stores, Say Police.
A well dressed young woman who de?
scribed herself a? Margaret *?fc.MHh<>n. a
stenographer, twenty-seven year* old, ?if
Bav avenus, Huntington. Pong Island
was arreated yesterday afternoon in front
i of a Broadway department ?tot?, charged
Women? stocking? ?Htirl other wearing
(apparH to the va,ln? of IP' ft belonging
to the ?tore. ?? well a? several article?
bearing th? ?tamp of another Broadwav
??tabhuhment. were found In her handbag
th? polbe ?a' The woman wa? larked up
in the West 30th str?tt elation.
SENATOR'S ROMANCE E!\
Engagement of Mr. Brady,
Idaho, and Ms s Daly Broke
H ?an rrlbui
Bl Paul, May ?5. The , ngagi m? n
\i -- Alice Lorraine Dal) of Bl Ps
L'nlted State? Benatoi Jame? ii Brad
I. has '" en broken "bv mutual
sent," accordlna to an a nno
... ? -teiiia.v Her aiStet.
Mai i Deli la nlghl d< i It a sd
the cauae ,f the break Miss i?.,i> be
lie at pr,s.-ni ?tudyina In Boston,
The breaking of the engagement l,r
to a lose a romaneo which began
'?.,i~ ago m Pocatello, where Mlaa I
>i i- i. achina BCbool P?cete o
bom? >?' Benatoi Hi.nl>. who wai it
lime i lovi ! rtOI "f Idaho Tu. , :...
w,, - announced In it Paul ..si i '???
WANT NO CONVENTION NC
Suffragists Will Ask Sulzer
Veto Bill for June Electioi
,\ of w oui;, ri ?? iffrs t
will call or Qovei noi 8 ilsei next s
t.. s sil him : ol to sinn the McClell
l for s special ?
lion 'ti i un to decid? th?
? msi tutloi.nventlon The aorm
[.???a will be thai the) haven't time
attend ? convention usi no? when ?
rlth < he v oi
' The women hs ? .b e? I ion t<
, on- entloi
Blati h aal I yeat? ould a
Baal Uni n Xovembe
of In lun?
Anon* a ho all! ?rtsll th? Q
vi r? * k Towns*
Mis .1 u Brennen, M?as ? Serol
Leaos Mr? Edward E Hale, Mn P*i
erl? k r. Hazard Mr? Hem ? Bui lingai
I Mrs Nora Blatch d? Poreet Mlaa i-.i- ?
I-;, ring and aft? H ot Stan
Mlaa Eleanor Krvini to b?
ff? ,i to
? to drive n.-i "w b ' ?i painted di
and '?? a ?-., i s mlfoi m in
? : . \\ i,...r ?? I ... i ,1 Uni
?en and ? I
she wi'i toui th?
.. c .m.
from hei ?? ton ? ?
' , ;,,. be Induced lo Usi
APRIL FOOLED* ON WEDDIIN
Model Wants Marriage to Oh
j stlce i lei srd i es. ? rod de? laion ? ? t
' ?ja o,. -,,. appll? ??' on of Mrs Ba
i, r, Bead to hs ? nan lags lo Lie
< Read, a ...? ? of Akron ip lo, annull?
?| ,,.i w?M- mai i l?td In Ptttebui -
,i:,,l a half ) Sara Old, on w h;
,., the court to undo ?
| Apn fool
* Thi mai i ?<-;?? was a ru ? i
IT,., cObple fir si wenl lo a pi,est in Pitt
burgh, who refuaed to marr) th?m ah
the ?iri ?? v eaI? d hei .o:- Then I
1 to the City H ' ? ?
Read acco ling lo Mn i>.td she ?a
' ?he was twenl ' one years old The
! mani.ii b) an alderman
Mr^ Read was Mi-s m il .n before h
mar- lane t?, tbe \ kron laa i si
? node foi magasine Illustrators Si
characterised be, elopement esterdaj ?
a ' freak of fane)
when the suit w.iv filed Read
h?. was noi the man who married Mi
M'.lien snd thai he would ..une fro
Akron to straighten thin?? oui Mr
, It? ad was sol.- she knew hot own iiu
I band, e en ,f the mai liag?
: \prii fool lark sin- -.,, .?. "All thl? tsi
I of M' Read being Imperaonated I? a
rubbish He is noi a bad fellow-, hi
; Akron is I kron snd New vmk is M?
| York. I aeten hastily. In Ihe spirit of
ark. and now I'm s,,, , v
?FOLK DANCES FOR" PARK!
School Girls Will Show Creste
Hen and Seven Jumps
| .Indeed simp!\ by their names Create
. Hen, Seven j imps and les .?f Dtamondi
? the\ niiRht be deemed contributions t
,th?t school of lerpelchore In which on
la "more danced .u.i.nsi than dancing
; tint ?a a matter .,f fa.t tbay are item
? In the park fates lor school girla Al
j thie,. ore Dan.Mi folk dunces Othe
dances an tin- programmoa i<>r n,e f?t
davs aie CarOUBC our Little Qlrlfl Kirs
I of Ma) i'oui Das ?? Ribbon Dance 'lot
land Quadrille and th- Mav pole K?me
j Tin- rirai ?.r th.- ratea win be held ii
Central Par! on Ms) :?.. with Mav || sj
an allein;,i?. ,iH'. u, , ?s.. ,,f unfavora? I.
eeathei The second win be bold it
Preeped Park on Ma) M or Mav n ii
ol a poetpoament staten lalam
will have the third ?rlth Ma) -T or :'.
as Ihe da?
The f?Mes aie the eiilmmation of th'
f'.r the ?ms Hf,er s.'hooi athletiei
clubs in *M elementary public BCbOSlS.
The daadng <<f the ciri?. i* directed bv
I teachers who gttead free instruction
tlass, s , o,,,lu. ted bv the Qlrla' Branch
Kach BCbool Will have a Ma: po , dOCC
? i ?mi n, vara and straaatera, and the
band fnmi Public School .1, Manhatt,,n.
will furnish ihe munir for all three fitOS
Baj Smuts win assist m keeping th.
fl.ld? clear for the children.
In ?'entrai i'ark there will l?. ,,... c,r'..
ASBSSJl these will he girls (rom Public
School IT. Manhattan. Ihe school fee the
deaf. At the PrOSpOCl Pa,k fi?te ?.?VSi rhll
dron aro exported, and in Slaton Island
wh?re Bornush ?rosiri.nt Cromwell has
i Klven ?he u?r of \i? est?t? Palrvte? BB
will take ..art.
Committee of Eight Organized
to Assist Enterprise.
$5,000 ALREADY RAISED
Members Anxious to See Plans
for Improvement of Home
A woman.? work In the world II the
care of the ?hild If she has children of |
Bel own. tuen the t,,?k || | pl.asant "lie
If she has not. then it I? heis to make the
World a better place f.u the children of
other aromen. Be wi iffraglat ??? antl
?uffragtst, we aii have t?. agree when we
come to that point.
p? rhsps m is jii-i th: spun thai has ;
brought together tin- woman * commlttse ?
of the Newsboys' Horn? i lufa lis mera-1
bera are Mra Ralph Pulitzer, chairman,]
Mi- Hector p Havemevc . rice-chair-1
n,ai.. \p ?.?-den .Mills Field, secretary;
Mr? It un,.m a M Puni. n. tressurei , '
Mi Ogden i Mills, Mn W Hard D |
Btra ghl Mra ,rth ?r l ! I rain and Mi i
m .i. "iu: p Whitman a-uv any ?.n" "f
'!?-?? woui.ii wh) ihe II giving h. r time
and w .u k t., serve upon such a committee
an.) sb. will tell .. ,
w- have organised oui womsn'i com
mitte? i ordei to bi rlsl th.? men m ral -
? the i essarj fund i foi the Ht s -
Ibune ? 'lui, Th. , ?un || m actual
n< e,| ,.! J.,,,.??.! |t has h. en |n ? v It
? ? ' ,p t.. now in. expenses
t,.. v ?? i,.. u met bj I to dlrectoi srtth v. i )
little outside sMlstsnce a ihort timi
? srevi t..? i int. ? n i
.1 - reached mor.- than tWO too.-and. It
? :? i.Mr) to move in?., a larger
"A friend bought Ihe house on tn? cot
n?'i of nth street and Beoond avenue
This was preVteUSlj the home of ih? New
York H . . goCtet] Though built
mote than flffv v?ars ago, the exterior I?
still m good condition Immediate alter?
ation-. .. ; o ??'..' ?, ? ? however,
are nece?,?arv If th?- I ?? to rem.im
Th.? fib'id who gave th- property
.?,, || t. ? I- th? . tub Itself should
? for the rep ?
ill t, inti ? ? ?
nut th? woman s committee i?
of the opinion ih.?t here i? an institution
"At the prest i . ? m? ? am
? ? ? ? n- 'i.m
committee in,? >,'-??! ?:'??. ..f the
Mi. fund if Ihli ? ran be
, online- .1 '? ? Mr tl
.. . I
e||d !t I?
it? members "f I *
? ...,, . Who Will ?? ?? h give
HI . . in nddii.o ? ' rtaln
. w .1 give ? ghl -vil li?
mit ; ging 1 tl? ?n-elv e - ? I | ? ,1
Probabl fully than
do men the It - ? I
ment for I
. ? ?,
lorlum and |
! spiend d g which Is to be bu!ll
I In th? ? ? ?
Ing tl ... two
. ' . .-vv pi imb
.., ..\ ,,. d ? ? I ,, ?
I. tte? '
. ? ..
? ho. ' ? md or. Ming ? oonu
will te, i ai leinn! :
chsraci . ? ? i ??' .
m- nt i? often
,, . ?,,
(.!..?. .... i . nee, a I
are I? frai fa
,,w i I his own chars
i Qovi rnoi Bulsei Disti I v I 01 ns)
'matt and JudgS Hen R Llndse) Ol
: ? '..i..! ,?d. ? i mosl Km I
the wnik the Newsboya Home Club It
i b?m< mpl ih na
PLEADS SECRET MARRIAGE
But Woman's Tale of Ceremony
Here Wins no Allowance.
Bai u Me. Ma I.? 1 ' "'a secret
In New Voi h told b) Mr-,
it Sp. a '. ..f Boeton, , a : ??,) t,, com
Pi m ai-' .1 lldge JlfflM I LOWCll tl
mai th.- woman w.,. tu.-, widoa of Daniel
Howard Bpeai ??< vv. ait ,i\ ih pi. i ? and
tot mei Ma) 01 ?..' thli ell | and hei p. I
tlon foi an .i owance foi 11? raelf and Net
? ?:!.! ! SS dis.n.ou . U She w a - ci
t.. p.n.p.? >? a marrisge certificate 01 othei ?
??.11? filar ) ev nieta ?
Tl c petlttonei lestlfl? rl that she
.. .1 ;o spe.,i n n. w York M?
., month att. i t.leath ot his
w |fe, : h. ,i. mon' being pet foi mm
,i ,\p McAlllstei. w bo she dt scribed n !
an aldermsn ?.. eon.thei sort of %\
Bpesr wish? .i i ne rosrrlaga kept a?n ?
? ?? a IM II w a - .. soon aft." his
tust wife'? death, ..."i aha wa? admitted
la th.- Bpeai home a? Miss Cllnkard, hei
maid? n 11 ? n.*
WIDOW SUES ELISHA DYER
Mrs. Sarah J. Cook Asks Hus
band's Securities of $14,500.
Rllshi Dyer, eotlUon lesdei and former?
ly a member of me stock brokerage Him
of Cutting & ?'o.. is Ixing sued in the Su
preme Couri bj Mr? smati i Cook foi
?ecuiItlea rallied Ht 111 ..""
Mr? ?'?.?.k originall) brought her action
against flitting V ? '?? On tue appiica
tlon of th.' plaintiff .lutie Page signed
an oider yest?*rdav making DySI and his
wife eo-defendanti Mra Cook is the
widen of Frederick i Cook, who died m
New poi I. P I
a? admlnistratrla of the estate "f her
hUSband she ha? til-'l t?. e, t an BOCOUnt
ing from Cutting * Co According to an
affidavit bv the a"oin?v of \P | Cook,
based .<n Information and belief, tbe se
IcUritlM wen given ... the Mini ??tul weie
I turned over to Mi Dyer snd hi? wife
MRS WILSON AIDS HOSPITAL
Washington, Mai I Mrs Woodrow
| Wilson took a hand to-dav lu a public
j hospital fund campaign She attended a
I meeting ?f the Hospital Ientra' Board
a' th? fund headquartera "snnalssd lo
md the movement m every waj aha
could, and drove h.i'k !?? the White
House with vfu..? pennant? advertlMng
the campaign Battering gavly from Ih?
wni'lshb'ld of Ih? automobile
Mra Wilson carried a bun.11? of the
pennant?, promising to see that all of
the \\ hite House car? were decorated
w it ii t hem
WOMAN CANDIDATE DEFEATED.
Mi- lohn V. Parnet a candidat? for
school tint.!?? was defeated in Taiiv
town la?t nlghi In one of th? hottest
election? ?ver held there. She received
||3 vote? to IS! fot f S Pa vison Th"
woman mad? a campaign, canvassing
from home to hou??3. i
ON THE EAST SIDE
National Plant, Flower and Fruit Guild Is
Distributing Largesse in Other
Ways This Year.
The,? i, mourn re fUBOBg the toncm?nt
house dwellers who love flowers Few
window boxes ate to be distributed thl'
year. The New v..rk City Branch of ihe
National Plant Plowei and Prull Qulld,
whl, h does a largo l'art of that work,
has nnl.v so much money, ?nd if they ex?
pand in ?ne direction they have to re?
trench In another This vear It seems
beat to enlarge tbe children's Karden on
the Rockefeller lar.d at littii street and
the Ka t River, and this will coat sonic
thine so Instead of giving out HI window
boxes, as last vc*r. the guild .annul dis?
tribute more than *M
"You see. a, pox costs US 11." Miss Alice
h . h. Mis ??eoiRe Pauli1 assistant in
toe New fork offlcs of the guild, ?aid
reeterday, '"ihe whole cost is |l?g, and
the family pa>s K cents So It costs u?
something to distribute several hundred
boxes. The Brooklyn bian.h of the guild,
though, Is giving out |fg bOXOB, and I ?lo
wish we could. They do give the people
-o mu ,, (.leisure old people, who can't
--. t oui to the paiks. and sick people. I
remember one consumptive man m -
looms down on Hamilton stroet '??
whom we itav a bOS ?Ve went to see
him later in the BummOl bOCS .so wo
?Ive prises for the b?ai boxe?, and SO v ?
hav? to Inspect them Well, his box Bras
th?* prettiest thins: he Brass t well enough
to do anything ?",t 'end it. and he
watched evirv leaf and Sower The roomi
arara miserable Bad filthy; his wife went
out t. work and there were three little
children; everything was awful to look
at. ??ut ,,,,,i poverty-atmck; but those
flowers tnado a bright cpol and how that
man did love them'
I lemon.her his telllnK lia to toll evory
io [:uf t?a ?eaves on the earth
around the planta He tnsiateri they were
.1 tiptop fertilisai I
Then there was a woman who ?ewod
a'l <!., Bl In hi I dingv little room?
Lei? n Street, and sewed up seams In
?:i?r wo put in a window-box we
! that ?he had turno.1 h> i sewing ,
machine from Its old position an ?he faC4
[ the window and could look at the flowet
as she sewed (Hi, and I remember an "1
I lady who lived In one of those dingy ter
emetits on West 11th street; sh? wrote i
a letter of thank- for b'-r window-box.
I don't mind not being able to go t
Coney Island now." she wrote I've g>
the Sowers to look at. Everybody wh
passes along the street looks up at then
too It's the only ?rtndOW?bOB in thl
\ good many <>f the Ma boxes to h
given out this year nrill bo concentrated
Mlaa tvalah said In Bast -t<h street cal
vary Parish HOUBfl has petitioned for this
it wants to see what can be don" b'
making one tenement street hea itii'ul. ;
-ilent reproach and model for Others BO
beautiful to see.
.Jewish people don't," Mis? Wal?h said
"mind not having window-boxes, foi thOj
don ; love flowers as the Italians an?
Germana do. you can alwaya toil ar
Italian sticot hy the flowers In the win?
dows Some Italian?, though, nnmedlateh
upon receiving w imlow-rioxes tak? r,.
flowers out and plant them In totnat?'
cans and raise onions iri tiio basca Da
the) CUt themselves OUI from the prtSBI
hv that" Not at all, the prize? are f,,i th?
care given the boxes, and It matt, i s ,-,,,,
whether geranium? are In them or
Oeranluma, Miss Walab ?aid are the
ben flower? for window hnxo? The guild
bai ?ri?d all kinds, and settled ?in gera?
nium? a? most satisfactory. Tbe tana*
mont house dwellers cad them "rose?
all flowers ar? roses to them and th?y
love them. A scarlet geranium brighten?
up a window wonderfully, but It Is a little
ga v for a cemetery.
"Yes, aoaaa of th? window?boxea are
taken to cometen?.? by the recipients
yanked right OU? of the window and taken
and put op a grave.
' I rh nk That s very s?nsible. ' ?aid Ml??
Walsh, "tf th?v wanted flower? for a
grave and couldn't buy them."
LUNCHEON PROBLEM SOLVED
I wo Energetic Women Have Rented an Office in a
Downtown Skyscraper and from It They Distribute
"Homemade" Box Lunches at I 5 Cents Each.
Two . ro rsetlc llttl? women hav? ?tart?d
.- of th? biggest pror,;?m? of
rslna downtown oftte? building.
"'Homemade' bos lunches prie? ia
cents," i? their ., > ? the question
iBked with mon gulartty,
?i. ,.''? r ... "When and whal ?hail i
The llttl? stenographer who la too
proud lo earr) a i..* lun? boon from home
Or who | house Isdy wollt put
It up ? - . wered bv the neat
poo) i \ ?rlth h '?tor- of
The ?.w?'? i.ov of the man who
to s.? . .m dash to the
? I o women have the|.
- md gel hi? bnsS" a whole.
? ' sing luncheon. The
won,.; editora ol th? magazine publiahod
In the building have a little electric r.>-v
?? ? and "ti rainy daya the?.- sKr,.t ? ,.
'? ?'ill S," and ha I ?? a
? r pli inc."
i-..-,, u i incheon comea done up ? .
its own pasteboard box, in?d wi'ii i white
Phper napkin There are two meat snnd
!w!ehea wrapped In paraffin? paper, two
mot? saadWlchca of peanut butt?r, jam
or some othei I? ' irly wrapped,
a generou? slice of home-mads cake, sama
fruit and a surprise, "featerday th? ?ur
p, . -. w a - a -..it. foi cream p? ? ? ?
Sometimes SB or salto,.? p .,?
on? or th? attractive feeturaa of theae
?onus ii thai the) need net be "r
<!???? ? ?rid, and one n?e.l n?.?
pleds? himself to buj them every day or
on certain days. The room is piled high
i with them and the) are sold t" tue rtist
Kve?, for ll!?.?? Who hav? Th? timo, the
Inclination an?! th? money to SO 10 a tir^t
restaurant at noon, the box lunche?
, have proved s bodsend Divided an
the several occupant? of an onVe 01
cent box win do away with that tat?
afternoon hunger which many office
worker? provide for with a bag of BV
Business Is trowing rapidly, an?1 the
, two ambitious women, who staited in a
' ?mall way, ?erm to ?rand a go..,1 . hanCO
Of making a respectable IIVlBg from the
i proceeda of thou -.
PROTECTING THE SKIN
Unless Proper Precautions Are Observed, the First Warm
Weather May Do as Much Harm to the Sen?
sitive Skin as the Hot Sun ol July.
At this time of the -cason every ?vomi
Is taklni m?o account the fact that t
ithei i? likely t., burn n
-kin. thai ha? during th? winter mont
, ? . pereensltlva to me heal
the ?un idiv There are , ases wne
the m.?\ sun baa basa altnoai as rlola
effod is the Intense heat of .fu
ami August. An ounce of prevention
- worth a pound of ei,,, an?! tl
?minier weather can be
with a m nd ?Blrl) m signed even by U
woman possessed "f tic most deiicai
compt? ?i"n if her droaalng table la sui
ldie,| with a fen Judiciously
otlons and heal Ina i reama
Th.. complexion shoul?i at all tlmei
when un?- ;.? on of doors, be protects
from lbs direct effect of sun and win?
This doe? not mean that powders. rr?am
and past? s shoiild be allowed to stnv o
th? foe during th?- .-ntire ?lav < ommo
sense in such matters must h? at th
?out of th?- use of facial cosmetic?. I
taking a long walk, playing tennis o
golf, etc, th- skin ihould be thorough!
rubbed With a ?Imple cold cream an
then dusted over with some goad powder
i in entering the house remove the crear
and powder and ?lean?? th? ?kin witi
some aatrlngenl lotion or a good tolle
rlnegar This will remove all grease
Soin, skins are naturallv so very oil;
.,? the Una of cold cream a? a base fo
powdei I- unnecessary, therefore som?
powder that will ? ?tick" in warm weathe
must be used In it? place. To And ?net
., powder 'hit i" adhesive and yet harm
? - - indeed ? task. Manv of the ar
ti? l?s en the market are had for th?
skin and tentais mineral?. Here I? i
formula that I? <i*cd In Krnnce Th'
powdei is both a<ilie?ive and harmles?.
! Pure oxide of zin?'.1 OUBCI
Ol) cerina . I dran'
Hose water .4 ounce?
Bftsence of rose.16 drop.?
Sift tbe zinc dusolvln?; it in Ju?t
enough of the reee water to rover it.
then odd th? gvcerin?, next the re?
mainder of the rose water. Bhake well
and apply with a BOfl aponge or a piece
"f antiseptic gaUM The face must be
well wiped off befoie the liquid dries or
it win he streaked.
If powder? at? properly uaed and the
?kin thoroughly cleansed at night thev
will not Injure IBB most sensitive ?kin.
Hut great car? must be used not to
" ?! a powdef d'Y' ?r liquid, that eon
tain? InJurlOUB metal? The ahti?e of the
use of coHinetHs I? what doe? the harm,
allowing er,am?, paint? and powder? to
?tav on the face all night, thus clogging
the pores with th? reault that blotch??,
pimple? and enlarged porea soon appear.
I Powdered atercb, prefeiNablj that mad?
from uiowioot, may be used "'i the
-kin of a babj Qreund rice meal is
another excellent pow.icr thai Is Ines?
pensive and mi) t ?? USSd ?'ii th..|]
as well as the face It is very soothing
? in caM if heat ?' ritationa
i Powder? .an be eaail* colored pink
by adding a smell particle of cai
and mixing thoroughly "Kachel 0
brunette powder is made by the addition
' of S pinch of so\!'P OB
The following wash will ne eoTd live for
i removing blotcbea a condition tP..
I ?rally arises at tin? asasen of the year
lit Is sometime! called "strawberr) rash"
land is ni-.st aiuioying and rsther trying
is get rl?l of
Rosemary wstei.M ounce
Carbolic acid .20 drops
Mi? thoroughly and apply to ths fa?e
'with a ?oft bit of linen P? ' NOT GET
I IT N'KAIt THE KV gg
.V LIGHTNING artist .*, Ws,
dav, and th? Woman About To*
walking leisurely down fourth > **"
Th? road wa? thronged with v*h! ?W**
all descriptions, and at on? of th? i
streets tiathv wsi tnded; nom *'
had been kno. ked down and the
crowd had qulckl) collected. Prari"1
in the rear of i ? , to-go-f?-*
traffl.- was Su lu n ? ? -?
om of th?- axpn m con
ledge of the*-c ur.v Hs -??j (|| kMOw '
an in? itstlbte I? in th?. ,'^^J
boy t., bans on or to diaw hirnMff?Z?
so take a ride at the Ompiay*| ?-jJr
?hi the ha?k of Pis u v
a board with the words "Keep ?iff" -^ h
ed in latge lettet s
Just behind UI | trio of r?oy, ^.
bet thsl guy thli -^ '
e.| that!" The van Marshn
at, I tin- <b Iver R'U VI , >,h..l"*'
'iviiiiie-? with the drl ? ?wniit^
The c\c<i a:,.I u ml ' ?
ojul? k. He look? d al ?
elded that it wouldn ' m?i . n
snywS) ? ? ;,. rng| ,,
?ti. el w ?? wat. h. d
j"';*. he rain .. springibw
? the van. flung aw? ? : ap<r
ering sad revested r ? ? ?.?^ ..
painted -.v. ?!?...
not rr.att. I - ? ? ..,.?'.
tell that boy had .1 ?tv?.
a brilliant red ovci t
Ami he waa not ?
as he Jumped down ;'t?i fc
nii.'li ? ?! P vi: ,.
time of life th? '<r (j^
i a m|iant ?if a bar a*
?even year? pur? ....
ent? In the aft? I I
following offers \ \ i r .
'ook at a .P>1!, . bn | Mi??,,
th" honor of CBI | th? ?,.,
where the game > ?- '"llnti
ride on roller ?kat.? The wi??U4g2
hold? 'he ball, and j- ? tAy ?*?>
tempting offer? will M
BLUFB-g THE 1 ~**?u
town were dull ?? ?o nhott s
(hang? that Mopping fta*ss>
turn. We .1 . .
on the oth.r s
?Mentally, gi I i i lteca>
on? ot the high
not d w u t.' ? en tl u
on to-day " When ?
| a "d.. I up" g
[almost hidden in
Of powder, hurried aftei ill
I intended to he l. re
slept. Any expert? '?'?rahl
o:'\ e l >,.] .> ' IVh
knew a thing about
thiee week? ago Now I know a tkt
lot. Let's go to B l Ksitsj
they're sla 1
we went Thi
waa suffi ?ent to tal
one. How. ver, more
table of ? ! w? -
alized the both. ? l s<
to !r | i: lOd? There? a boflk f"
1 In the bn. k ..f
.1 nutn' ?
. he. k. We limply i o ildn I ? ' I
until ieveir.1 muH? |
< butes" w?*r< ? -
not a soul told
?th i -
plush rim sround I
'C. O. D.'fl .
and "charge" 'u ~
we not to let a
.lut. n?'= t. .it w- : .
an.l told thai '
ot them a Waist \
B .1 Ved ' ?
g t bel?
li.! ihi I?
PPPAKI'AS'l - ?-'
pins mi: Lan "' '
fruit ?alsd. coffti
SUFFRAGISTS ASK REFERENOl
by the defel
suffragists from Bl ' ts el W
assembled h? i Tn..'
at?- to pasi
The Home Beauty Parlor
?y Bettt/ Dean
Mattie. ! cannot praise anv one kind Of
I ?oap, there are many g?"?l MOB
i Adda: ?OU are right in being ' rim k)
? .ii.??ni your hair, h |? f,ir nisi such per?
I tlCUlar people as voii tila! I always rOC?
I ommend ranthrox, Its use ?rill curs dan
I druff and mak?. your "straight, oily"
locks full of vitality and flufflness -much
j more attractive than artificial curling. ,
Make this shampoo at home bv dissolving
; .1 teaapoonful ?>f canthros in a cup of let
irater. If is the most pleasing and of?
I fei-tive shampoo I have ever tried.
Patricia: if ordinary taca powders]
morel) look artificial and fall to give
I lasting improvement, let me rwitimpini ?
a splendid liquid powder iba' von ran
east!) prepare al home You win ttn?i i
I great change m the length ??r time this I
'preparation slam on It seems a part Of
the ?kin [>i?solve 4 ounce? of spiitinax
in half a pint of hot ureter, add .' tea
I spoonfuls of glycerine, let ?tand until
? cold, then ? ork tightly This will not onlv
'give v ou a tlrm. healthy skin, but It Is
extremely beautifying, and entirely harm
Anne M Your rebellion again?! the
I ' fai-and-fortv'' Idea meets with my
heart! approval. I have often advise?!
Bgalnai the carelessness which allows so
mut,y women to lo?e the figure while yet
young und It I? ?o unnecessary. Just get
1 ounce? of parnotl?. dissolve It In I1?
pints of hot water, ?train It. and take g
tableapoonful three limes dally It r. -
ducefl weight ?lowly enough to permit a
I gradual lightening of the skin, so there I?
no danger of ?aggin^ muscle? and loose
tissues Exercise mlMly and hath? often,
I but the treatment reiiuires no vigorous
Alice M The ?ye-frouble vou de?crihe,
like most eye-troubles, |? caused bv neg
leci Cot an ?ni?ee of rry?to? a? any drug
stor? and dissolve It in'a pint of wat?r
Tut two or thr?? drop? dally In ?a? h eye.
You will be amar.ed to note how the tonic
. . ,o?ir *?*?]?
will brighten ?
add vouthi .
or burn. Slid
fui ther ?iMnm ss
worrv about l?is ? - ?
you arc wise, j**?0
? rece itlon a?reln?t ......
plexlon an?! th.- ?? n - 2L, v
vv, inkle?. K-. I? the ?>??' ',Hv?5,r
complexion ? leai ? :.",;,>
l'on, using tin- - ? . (tit****1
ration Mix tog? th. :
iwo teaspoonl - .
cold water St i sn.t ',i,,;Vr?#<:
hours ITiis vt ' . .
lo ollv cmiiti.it'- ' ' , ., ?t**
f'"' ?' ??>" " ' ' '" Sot1?,
agi s th.- natura . .
rtesh. Many hat
T. Y. T : lnd ' .- .
?tghtlv thing, besides pr-v? ^
growth a?id beaut) of the "am ,
the "dot.n the ma *? ', '*?. atr ?*.
helpless to Cine the ::? '" ', ml' *
you cm do wonders f "? yL,n,V?-?
and got relief from that ',''n ,* , "
the use of this ton;?. ?hl'Y*h?i'?'r"
eon prepare In ', i ? ?J? *'',"_,?, ?',
one ounce oulnzoin A?"?" ??rh'l?? ??
and rub well into the * all' *^|el **
drug ?tore for gulnspin ?'?"
canthrox for shampoo?'?;
Mrs Men : Your '??.???# rfS*<
I? probably only due t?> m; "nlf to??J
un.l all vou need is a ?"'"1 ' ??J t*Z
you up Here I? an o Id-.fa>?* 'f??l ?JJ
which will not only mak? ' 0ivt"*i
but make vou look better I -^^
???up of sugar and otic "?'',- i#S
half a pint of alcohol, adf?g*Z
pine water t?. make a !'^vVnf?' &
mixturo Take a t * hir^rV?* *V
each meal This w ill ?1.0*?
lion, an active liver, f ree eiin ? ^.
bv cleaning out the blood ?II
skin an?l brighten >our?^t ?*?"**-*
Hetty rvans BeBUtl HooK. ?*