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BIG SUFFRAGE FHHDE
Tramp of 7,000 Marchers Un?
der Yellow Banners of
Cause Wins Applause.
ANTIS FLAUNT COLORS. TOO
Neither They Nor Cold Winds
Daunt Loyal Men and Women
Who Step Gayly in Line
After 15 Bands.
Brook yn p I Itself on the auftrage
msp yesterdsy with the tramp, tramp,
tramp of 7.<nmi merchlng women. Tel
. ? flags Bushed along Bedford avenue
for almost four hours, and ths victory
marches of fifteen bands thrilled 7,000
hearts and sent a glow through \.,i??
that certainly would have fronen if de?
pendent on the protectloa of mer<
t> H.-,] things
\s it was, there were 7.<mmi nd noses
nnd 14.<HH? chapped lips and several
hundred sore throats offered up In the
cause of suffrage by the nine the last
of th- paradera bad turned Into 8
wh< re the friendlv
lights of the Haitis; Temple Iwil
a well ome t'> them.
Old Boreas came out of the north to
I ? what all this nolM of women va =
about, and what he saw evidently
roused his manly wrath, for he raged
and beat down the Votes for Women'
banners, he shrieked at the prett;
till their ears grew red and he picked
up torn banners and los: bits of yellow
sashes and dashed them OgSinSt the
Oh. yes. he was very angry, was old
Boreas, but he couldn't star.- the suf?
fragists. They tramped along with the
watchword, "Victory. 1815." ringing in ?
?? ears, and they swept into the (
Baptist Temple a jubilant throng to
hear the words of inspiration from
their two leaders, Mrs. Carrie Chsp
man Catt and Pr. Anna Bbaw.
Prendergaat with Them.
A surprise greeted them there in the
form Of a suffrage declaration of faith
from William A. Prendergast, Con?
troller of the City of New York. Mr.
Prendergeal has long been suspected j
Of being ? Mend Of the "canse.'' bul
never did he speak from a suffrage
platform before. When he arrived at
ti o'clock, breathless from a campaign
meeting, "Suspender Jack" IftcGss, re?
peating history, popped up. waving his
red bandanna and calling for three
cheers. The women rose, waving yel?
low banners, programmes and even
their white gloves. Mr. Prendergast
I was invited months ago to address
this meeting, and I was glad to sccept,
because I wanted to stand up just once
and publicly say T was in favor of
woman suffrage. My heart has always
been with you. J am not hen for
electioneering purposes?there la no
necessity for any further electioneering
? and 1 am not here to ask your B|
favor for any political party, as I
understand perfects that you intend to
remain non-partisan. I am here simply
to tell >"U 1 never could understand
why women should not be ellowed I
vote. I have seen main- women in
public positions, and I will say that
their work was done quite as well as
men's. That isn't saying that 1
couldn't make it stronger.
The value of women's services to
the city and state is quite as pro?
nounced as men's, and their general
attituds toward their dutj is .?uitc as
"I am going to vote for your amend?
ment in 1915, and I am going to sup?
port it publicly in every way i can.''
The parade, it must he confessed, did
not get under way promptly at V>
o'clock, owing to the fact that eeveral
prominent New York delegations got
lost on the wav over. The starting
piece, at Bedford and Dean avenues,
WH-- remots from aubway, elevated or
Tommy Tuckers Impeached.
Then there was a little discord
among the musicians. The Tommy
Tucker band, which had been engaged
to lead the parade, was persona non
grata to the other bands, all of which
belonged to the American Federation
of Labor. Tommy Tucker was then -
f< re ordered from the ranks by Mrs.
Kr.nk H. Cothnn, chairman of the
parade, and it departed, jangling Its
trumpets w rathfullv ami vowing to
bring suit for I1O.000 against the fed
The parade was headed i,y the silent
Libert] Pell, on a beautiful white tloat.
This is the woman's bell, and It will
never ring until women gel the vote.
That there might be no possibility of
its ringing by mistake yesterday,
Mrs. Cothnn - ut the tongue com?
plets!) out and left it in suffrage he d
quarters?the bell i? mc. therefore. 7<">.>
i ounda oi ' ronse, lifeless ami
Miss Mary Smith, carrying a big silk
flag, stood beside it <>n the teurel-hung
float, and at its side walked six young
girls in white. They were Misses Doris
Hancock. Margaret and Mary Walsh,
Kathleen Keelan, Gladys B. Peterson
and Anastasia Knight.
The chief marshal. Miss Adela Totter,
led the marchers She aras on horse?
back, followed - four mounted : Ida,
one representing each of the CO-OperSjt
ing Brooklyn societies. Mrs n. h.
Bee bo, of the Women's political Union;
Mrs. Alma Xrebster-Powell, of the
Kings Count} Association; Mrs. S.vivia
Loin* s, of the Woman Suffrage part
and Ward Mslvlll Jr., Of the M -i's
Las go* ?
Dr. Shaw in Line.
Dr. Anna Howard Shaw marched at
tin head of the National Woman Suf?
frage Association. Tea young women
in white, currying yellow shields with
the names cf the States where women
vote, wen- her guard of honor. Iftel
j;rio Pbyfe repreeanted Kansas; Misa
Fourchette Foster, Wyoming; Mr?.
DR, ANNA HOWARD SHAW
LEADING BROOKLYN SUFFRAGE P.ARADE.
Welter Quackenbuah Arlsoi ? Mrj
Bmerj Brown, Wash, net on: Mra R, D.
Wolterbeek, id tho. Mtea Gertrude Mon?
roe, Illinois; Miss Mildred V Bernett,
nia , M las i ?orothy Bi hindler,
i . io, nd Mlaa H< l< n Maurer,
Mi - Cai rle ( "hapman I !att, pre Idi nt
Of the International \\ . niaii Suffrage
tlon, marched at the head ol
;'? ? presentatlves from the countrlei
women vote, it was it,- Ont
time Mrs Cat! ever marched in New
York, and thousanda on the streets
: i. ? ? | her with appteui ? At the
Baptist Temple, however, Mrs, Catt
said In lier addresa that It waa ? bast
Blander to say she had never marched
in a parade before She did march In
Washington tea i March, and she van
;?? va It V'V the "movies," she said.
(?ne who really never man hi 1 bi fore
waa Miss Mary Garret! Hay, chairman
of the Woman Suffrage Party. She led
party" over from New York.
"1 don't like to walk, she explained,
[Seen my duty and I done it."
absence of tho two prise beautlea who
had always led New York parades
Mra I-h - Mill ollat H evaln and
Ml Mberti mil wer. nowhere to be
seen. Mra Hill, her mother, however,
marched as a "voter from tuatralla" in
afra. Catt'a International guard of
I ? ? Then i.pi ? ntatlvea in
lorod native costumes from all
ountrh --? w hi i ? women vote.
Next in position Of honor were the
i - of Proi klv n. In f|o ? i COV) r ???!
sutomobllee Miss Adelaide smith. Mrs.
.i i'.-rry and Mrs Elb - Br ek
? ay mi ml pi ol the Brst auftrage so?
ciety, founded II 1869 with them too,
i Mra P. M Buekman, the fir-t
worn.ii. -h Iggtal in Ami r i B
Whili the moat Impressive feat i i '
? he long, regular Une < t
dark coaled Agurcs, relieved with vel
low, which filled the atreeta In either
'direction ai far as one could see, th re
?rere ap?ela! groupa that drew in i h
applause. Mrs. Charlea H. Wiris'o.v
led a brlgadi of alxteen horsewoman,
? ah yellow aaahes and yellow
Arthur Roberta, aged three and Dor?
oth?e Roberts, aged four, helping Mrs
Roberts to carrj a big banner, drt a
Of dellgh* from the women along
the line. There wen no babies, oil i r
in fsthers' arma or- in perambulators?
This cauaed comment, because "?'- a
York parad?.' usually boast ee vera I.
Nor was the answer- found in the pa?
rade day nursery established by M:--.
l. B. Cbllda at headquarters, for only
three infants aren left there to content
themselves with blocks and slumben
?west white the mammaa went forth to
march. An anti-suffrage sign, "Who
will rock the baby?" hung from one
tim- auffrsgl la giggled win n
they saw it.
"Will Do Him Good."
"The poor 'antr-men." they said
"Hla wife has lefr her home and la
down there now -waving a f 1 a?-r at the
ante headquarters JP- wants us io
stop and rock his baby for him. Nol
SO. it will do him good "
The Girls' High School sent a larcre.
di li i i' Ith a huge yellow Hag,
earned tint. The pnh Assembly Dis?
trict of Brooklyn sent a "Red Cross"
group. Eight women carried a flat n I
cress, in the centre of which walked
Miss Alice Bowen, with lbs legend
"Caere Barton was a suffragist"
The Men's League, numbering about
one hundred, vas led by a mounted
group, With whom rode Mrs. Viola
Aguerra, of Bradley Beech, N. J. to
-, that tha Men's Lesgus is free
fiom that prejudice against women
which characterises many men's so?
?"he headquartera of the antl-suffra?
?.ist - ? ? crowded with the faithful.
srsvtng rose and black banners. These
gave i>r Nona Shaw a text for her
i o,.. h aii< r the parade
?Red stands for anarchy u d black
: for piracy," she said, 'land thai Just
It represents the kind of literatim
! tin sntl la are sending out
i They have distributed a circular SCC1IS
m of militancy. Wouldn't It be
}uat as well to wall until we have d? ?e
? something militant? Th.-most militant
thing v\i hav done so far la to mat h
behind ? band."
Mrs. cothren offer? d anothi irnn -
laiion of the an'i suffrage color-,
".Red is for anger; black, dcapiin, ai 1
whit.-, lurrender." ehe said. "Thai
where they will be in 1915, if wi do i i
duty. We must meet bysterii in
fslsehood with fai la and delta i
it eosti little trouble snd no n ?
, ahrli k si oui vot< i foi women
? monej to cal ry on a greal educal Ion ?
? ampaign auc a?- we sre - nt< rlni
CHAUFFEUR, NEWLY RICH
SIGNS OVER HERITAGE
Fooled White Light Wise Ones
Once, Now Ties Up His
Simon D Padd I who c?
Inheriting giiO,<rli? from th? ? ' '?
Ids uni le In Syi e In
1012. itarti H among d< ?
s>r\ing auto mai facture) nd arl t<
bunt' Bolom. and then aud l( nlj tui n< J
around and di i ld< I nol to do ai |
of th< aorl ? ? -i i-'- er '
of the ? ? ind given I
v to Nathan J. <\ Ho - - Pi k?
ard, brokers, "f No. '.''.' Nssssu s-tr. -t
Bui this was doi to si n
loan of about $1,000 sdvsnced by i ?>e
Packsrda, for the li gal pit
? xp'- !' ?. to b? v.m! up < .it I) ;i. \t
w hen all the mom
?l.">tH( ?,r,.| the $2,000 thai i
1 an am i ?
I er to him.
When it v at I? arm d I : rm? r
' < hauffi ? ? ?Ul intic Highl; nda ha I
uilgned hla int?r?t t to tl P
it WS! |h.. ighl I
over l. thai little "f hti
t Nuthsn .1 V
-Li- tin la not ? .
' Th? i- me di la in ? I
Hing the ? I Mi. !'.,? ;
"and. in t ? ? n.. anl Ime ?Urnon
'.? .mi. d to IIvi ..- in- thought hi
? ntll led t ". Tl . I ? l r:n?i
decided thai $2.411.1 , ? ?
enough uni il ?.-. ei i thing
? i out.
"But, j ou i? un mix i. Bum
rled i" Miss Lillian Marie Wirth Util
Jsnusry, snd thi csre "i .? bousel.i
n.? anl added ? up? ma mi hi - ame lu ua
and we de< Ided to help him until ho
gol ' \i;d nos thai lilil? i*
ahowing w< th< ighl 11 wise, snd Mr.
.?.i< k did, i"", i" have tb< loan ?
? i ? J I-, tin proce? ling we hi ? ?? |uil
Mr. Packard laid he believes dlmon ?
? hare will nol fall i? loo $50,000, and
: n .i .in."uni t" $00,000.
Paddock li now living with h i wifi
and mother-in-law a< No, U.'.l Rutland
Road Pial Befort hli man l?ge
hui audden rise from running sn suto
mobile i"t somebodj else to the op
tunlt) "f running hut own provoked
a mental whirlwind, bul he n overed
quickly, for, as John D. Rockefeller will
make clear, you can'l itlr up mu< h es
rltmenl on $2,0011 a yeai
Purthei mor?. In iti ad of lifting In
m i-iiiiv? national mu?s trimmed
with Ji"1? bills rllmon bustled sround
m search "t .? J? b with work attach?e
il. has found II and In noa In Ihe em?
ploy ni i concern that makea pnono
graphs, or graph? ?in ne?, or whatever
rm call them ? hi n j ou can'l il< ep
And, jual to show thai Simon aras cut out
for aomething better than a chauffeur,
n-- haa i" ?n ao attentive to In* dutiea
and clear eyed In ln> aearch ("i oppoi
tunlt) thai be hai invented something
m other thai u ? ipei ted to prove val
usble on those phonographs, "i graph
;AUT0 DEATh'rOLL GROWS
j 36 Children Killed in October
?102 During Year.
'ihi killing of i in.iiii -, by lutomo n
I New York'! !treet! during October was
! in.- most appalling month'i record of the
; Und in the htstor) "i the city, with tho
.. aptlon '-t September"! record, a<.i
lng tu th.- reporl Issued yesterds) bj the
National Highway! Protective Bo let ,
Thtrty-sta children w.ie killed during thi
month, ail bul three of these death! \>r\n<.
due tu automobile!
Por Um real IM children were kill, d by
sutocnoMIe! and B7 by all chasses of tra??
ne m New Voik City, l-'oi person? Of all
.a-.s killed b) automobile! Um total for
rear wsi -?"'. sn Increase with t \"
months ysl t" come, ut llover UU
With respect t.. children killed kt tbli
I city, ib.- reporl point! '"it thai while the)
I mad! up M p?! cant of the '?-..iths m the'
r- t <ii th. stab the) make uji oaly u
por cent of th? fataliUc? due tu treibe. '
GAYNOR FARM STOCK SOLD
Ali Goes Under Hammer bu
Pony, with Which Daugh?
ter Refuses to Part.
lit. ndi d t!
? d i) of tha i ? rsoi a ,
? : v? . ..- \\ lliai .1 ' ; i ? noi .it : -.
i was undei the d ?
??.-?'! ( i- . I
? . s innoti
i . .
farm, ?"it II te stripping of ti.
-? thst th
. . Il
. > ited f
? . iyli
- . . tern eat
CURRENCY BILL HITS
Senate Committee Discusse:
Amount and Distribution of
Reserve Banks Stock.
? :. So? 1 Aftei
ttee r ted to-daj
thi ? rve bank -.-? au "? a
11 nd place It undei thi con
? II Federal hoard i ?.. ? .
m el w uti 11, ? i
: 111 ItiOl KU| pol :??? i on th?
i ommltti ?. it arai rejected bj .? roti
? ? . i ' : hen laid befon
! ? ?? ? |
amount of thi .. iltal "i the four re
. .? . |l anka at 10 pei ? nt ..i .,,
the lilt..' J i rsl v.iilnr
the d i 11 ? t ? - t thir s. bent I hi t"
i. i apltel -t.. k oi the roui banlu
? ,.|....--. mi. it. I . |1 90,000,000
bul ti'. ea .n.i ol the \. m y,,, s i .nil.
would tha total
.. t i. ? ? 11 \. - , , i.,, j, i,, -
. ? ? bin -a l< ption -
"in-, tii.it it ehould be offered to the pub
.. ? i -, - - n'il i nea111 as i ossi
il 11m o thai th.- i??
denti would hold at? ^ In Ihc banks
h i hin thi u dteti U t. tha other thai hall
locli ii iahen b) the bank) and
. the liiiji. Both plan i pr?vida
? ii bank? ?1 ill hnve repre? ntatton
on th? regional board as provided b>
?wen i m h di i- Ion was
. .1 on 'h.. ? npo I
BANKERS OPPOSED TO
? THE OWEN-GLASS BILL
Th? National Kuretj Compenj baa made
i canvasa of national banki and truat
companli ol the I Inlted Btatea to secure
their viewa on the Owea-Oteas (?urrene)
lull The letti r area s. nt out on Octi.r
n and so in i i..i.'7 repUes have been re?
ceived abowina i aentlment overwhelm
h,ti in favor oi aasendlna the hill In Its
present (niin Tin .(:ii stilus prepa ed
with thi replies, follow
i i'o.s your bank believe that eur.*?nc\
legtetetion la arte? at the present time.'
v. ? s, MM bo, m
i' i >o von bellet e that ths present bill
aa a whole la s attp In the right ?iir?"<*
tlon ! )'? s. Mi rio, "<7J
' \re yoil in favor- of the hill !ih It
atanda, oi would i.m prefer to aea it
amended 1 v.-, Wl, f..i the present bill:
i,."..:1 for ?amendment
i i", ron believe that the gov rnmenl
ahoukl aaauma absoluta sontrol of ths
federal reserva ba?as uitbou! living
membei which contribute tin- capital ol
the reserve banks representstion "ii the
Federal Reeerva Board? fes,a; no, l,U6.
i> ho rou bslteva thst there aboold i>e
one central liank with branches, or that
there hIiouIiI be a number of Independent
? i..ii banks under the general aupar?
vision of the Federal Pteaerve Bosrdl res,
av i... in
*i. Are rou Battened arlth tha proposas
acte i.r refunding I per rent bonda
: p. r cent bonda without tbs ? Ircutet?
Ing pnvili fi " V. >, '.7?. im, MM
7 I'o rou belleva tii.it it la wise sod
.?? to place such vast powera In the
handa of the appointed Federal Reserve
itoiirii. the parson nal of which need not
? ? asrtly be composed of alther bank?
ers or bustneaa men? Tes, af; no, I m, |
k Aie >ou sattslh-il with the rediscount
. .? had the ap
I ? : a ? 'Hint \ fslr.
The !..t" Ma-, "i s favorite driving fa
.1 i,.- ?:... ?. ? ? i ? I. In her ) outh s .
arsi boughl b bl? bob, ?
N'ui ma i J - '.:i | no . for !.; The prise
ponj .dr Bohr, de? ; ed b) Ruth
v.i ? ? ; ouag da igh
i ? d swn irotn lin- ai ?? be
abe - ould not bear to pai t with I
A i 11/.w a anl : i a Mi Broil
Ba for Ml The farm team wai
i Mr W >?' - f I en- Bport,
* County, f.'t J-"?? The fu...- pout
??.gb1 ?" lead,
which ?? ? "I b fair pit a, bul
the priai ick SO cent!
? :i. i. -.. : .-.\ Thej looked ro bl
are of ?
et) known a? the Little Brown Run?
: ? .??'... ?-.:..i ducka.
Corn m the Held waa bought b Melville
r Si ' th! ??'?? Mayor*!
era of th? od thought the
assure? ?ei 8)1 no,
I i nssmui h sa you would b - ?
??v. ntusll). undei the pro plan, to
.ill \.>?ir i. ^. i \ ?? eit : ? .. h "n
; .a in regional banks, would it not
be necessary In "?? course ol business to]
with other I inks? rea, j
in Do you believe thai regional banks
? the functli : of cli .ring ?
, undi rtske t.. collect domi I
.n... other cash iteme rre< fea, '
il i... ? ..-, believe thai i>.inks In thel
. ital of UM ??
or ru?."- Bhould "? permitted to estsbll bl
.?i til- n (---p- cUvi ? Itles ' 'i an
HI; no, ?
12 it th. t resent bill pa? ?es, ? 111
I ? UnUC as a nSUortSl bank" Ves, j
FALL?N GUITS TOMBS
Veteran Prison Official Retires
John .i Pail?n warden ??( the Tombs
aha will c?l?br?t! hi! seventieth
birthdaj this month, wsa reUred rester?
dsy on i pension of v..'**> a year. Mr.
Kallot a . pointed a be? eper In thi old
Tomb In 1175 tfti r -? reral ? oara there I
.is keeper. h> became sn attendant in the I
Mupi .-m. ( '"
HI nexl " Itlon wai warden of Ui<?
- ol H' llevue snd Alllsd Hos?
tel ? ;? ? . esi ago !-? became
ward? i of tu" penltcntlar) al BlackwetPa
lalaitd, vvti.ie he remained for twelve
year? Plve yesra ago he wss assigned
to the Rsymond street kUI In Brooklyn?
.i- wsrden, snd b year snd ? bah ago
made warden of the Tombs. John ?'
Hat.i? v. warden ol the Boys' Reformatory
;i Hart x Island. BUCCeeded him ?is war
i|. n of the Tombs
The chargi wa mad! a few daya ago]
by John \ Henneas) thai Pail?n acted!
ia referee In i dispute over monej mat
ti i betwei n Kdward a\ McCail and W.
W, McLaughlin, former police Inspector.
Mi I'.iiion empbaUcall) denied th! atati
m. nt tl.- declared thai t.. th<- beat ?>f
his knowledge in- had never met Judge
Mr<'all. snd thai the tail Umc he aae
Mi McLaughlin was abtteen or seventeen :
yeara ago, when he wss i Jaii.-r ami Mc-I
Laughlln b prisoner, as a resull of the
Lesos im i BtlgsUon
HOTEL CLARIDGE OPENED
Innovations Seen in Former
Rector's, Now Renamed.
Thi new n?>t?-i Clsrtdgs, until recently
tii>- Hotel Rector, was formally opened
last night, when gal guests mm down to
dinner The hotel has been radically
changed both in arrangement and policy,
It heim; the indention "f the new lessees. |
Mesera Hill and Crsndsll, t<> make the
Clartdge u atrtctl) fsmll) hotel, a Ith
none of thi bohemlsn stmosphere tor
a hli h Bector s v... noted
To thli end there has been a complet!
reconstruction of the oM dining room, th?
41th street si'!?- being now a louage, much
on tie ?tyle of London hotels, ?sparated
frutii the dining loon, hv g wool and
gUMS partition In addition, the Hm.ul- I
w entrance has given place bo ? plate :
glass window and the color schema of
the room has been changed to one of'
much mors ?ubdued colora
It is aniioiini.il that Uli Hotel Clsridga
i- to have seither cabaret! or thel dan-1
am bul is to be rua ?>n eatlrsiy coo- '
>??< \-.iii\'- lines. The n? w managsis.
mil and Crsndsll, wen? formally con?
nected with th.- i'lar.-ii.lon and Toiiiain??,
in Brooklyn, and the Lskes.i. In Lake
wood, N. j.
75. WEDS DESPITE PROTEST
Aged Man Marries Housekeep?
er, Though Sons Object.
i By Tetesreph u> Th - Trtbuse. I
Orange. N- J-, Nov. 1.?In spite of the
efforts Of l>i* children to prevent his
wedding, John Hanson, seventy-five
years old. was married to-night to hi?
housekeeper, Mrs. Annie Sherman, at
-, h.- paraonage of the First (Herman
Presbyt?rien Church, '?range, by the
Rev. Herman C. Gruhnert. The bride's
a^e is sevonty-sev en.
His two married sons took atepa to
dissuade him from having the cere?
mony performed. They said he was tn
Cgtuated and would regret the Stan.
Mr. Hanson declined tO be turned from
his purpose, so the sons appealed te
the registrar who had issued the mar?
riage license and lo i hief ut Police
William H Bagford They were told
that thS only way was to appeal tO
some civil SUthority. The latter action
e\ idenl ' was no) tski n.
Mr. Hanson'a first wlfi died three
years ago. II.- Hied housekeeping
alone for a while, but soon had to ap?
peal to his next door neighbor. Mis.
Sherman They got hotter aCQUai, .???!.
and the romance foliosed.
CITY'S NAUTICAL SCHOOL
TRANSFERRED TO STATE
Formal Exercises Are Held on
the Newport?May Become
a Mercantile Annapolis.
The state oi New fork assumai eon?
toi yeaterds) ol the New York tfsutl
cal Sehool. which had heen mrr hy the
i- rd of Education of this city atnee
IK' About ISt persons wat. he.1 the
ceremony of lowering the city flag and
the brassing to the wind of the stat?
flag on hoard the Riinboat Newport,
vvhi. h has for Home years been the
Thomas W rhurchii: president of the
Board of Education, formally transferred
the school to th?? state hoard of gover?
nors, and it vv.is received by ''ommodore
Jseob W, Miller, of that body.
Commodore Miller expressed the belief
that the school would lee?.me an
academy for the men bent marine such
as the academi at Annapolla la for the
Many graduatea of the school were
Present, among them the first, Charles
Williamson, win participated in the flag
eersmony. The new commander of the
.,, bOOl, CsptSin James R. I'rizirs. who is
on his way hen- from the Philippines,
area graduated from the school in the
In a statement Riven out yesterday by
a rri-rrin, r of the h.aird of governori?
If w.is ?minted o'it that the total expendi?
ture of money sin- a the founding of the
school was tl,.'MS..'7o and that *>.' atu
denta hsd been grsdnstsd. Th- average
yearly coat was placed at U4.57", for the
last thirty-nine years.
SAYS "DOGS" MEANT SONS
A. C Dodge, Sued, Asserts
Wife So Referred to Children.
Justhe NeWLurger awarded $2? a week
alimony and J10> counasl fees yesterday to
Mrs. Orees Iteichman Dodge, known on
the stage as Dorothy Richmond, in her
IOperation suit against Arthur C Dodge,
a member of tha arm of Cunningham fit
I'm!,;.- Mrs Dodge charges cruelty anJ
says that her husband threatened to kill
her. i'od.ie his msdi a counter claim for
divorce, naming Wells KnlblOi an actor in
th.- same company with the plaintiff.
The couple were DUUTted m UN m Call
fornia and separated last July. They
have two chUdrsn John, eleven U !
'liarles, ten years old. Mrs. Dodge said
that bar husband took the two boys away
and placed thi in in a s SOOl In ' 'atskill. In
l.er petition for alimony the wife said she
was threatened with iltepossissanii from
her pr.s.iit boms end had no money to
i ay her board. Bbe also asid her hus?
band was not a proper guardian for the
Dodge submitted a letter to the court
Which his wife wrote him while he was
in London SSUing BOUM bonds. The tetter
said In part: "TOUT doga are on the war
1 ath Let rn. tell \..u ii^lit h. i e that you
have ^ot to conn riKht home or sand for
them. There is no living i-i the kOUSS
wirh them If you can't sell stocks over
there you might as arsll tell them to so to
hell Bad i OmS and make your living. Stop
" sating your time and trying to keen op
appearances on nothing over there, as l
am do!n? here."
Dodge said that the tenn "daga" in his
wife's letter referred to their BOM
Mrs. Pankhurst Predicts a
Year of Militancy.
Chicago, Nov. i Mis. Emmellne rank
hurst ;iri!v<d bets to-duy. and will sp-;.k
;ii a th.-atie to-morrow ami remain m
I'hicagO several day a for a rest
Thi arrival or th.- English leader bad
the effect of pacifying rnlaundaratandinga
that threatened to break out among the
women's associations over the saie of
seats f.u- the Pankhurst lu.-iure.
Mis Pankl urst thought the attack to?
day on Premier Aequith bj women arlth
dog whips as in- was driving in the coun?
try "perfectly proper and another atsp m
the cause for which We are fighting."
Mis Pankhurst dsclarod that ?he
profits of her lectures were to be turned
over to the Engltah auftrage cause, and
arare to provide funds for next year'a
campaign, which, aha said, "will bt .1
terrible one. Bbe aid she oould set no
ocasi?n for mllttsnc) In America.
Four of the newl) crested aquad of
policewomen were detailed to attend Jlr\
Pankhurst, this being the (list special
assignment of the policewomen.
AWARDS GIRL $25,000
Jury Acts Quickly in Breach of
Miss Cera Maude Clarke recovered a
verdict for RMM in the Suprema fouit
yesterday in her suit for breach of prom
lee against .lohn I.con Martin, who is a
married man. living in New Hochelle. She
sued for ITAOOO. and Martin having admit?
ted on the stand that he made the promise
of merriaga in uWI, there was nothing to
do but assess the damages
Max I). Steuer, attorney for Martin, said
in his sumudnK up that his client had been
a mere child in tin- hands of Miss Clarke.
He r.f.rrnl to Martin as a -racetrack
tout," which he intimated Martin became
through bis association with the plaintiff.
?tenar said his chant was ? men "with a
brain that would not hold down a
f.-athe," He added that Miss Clarke had
avoided marrying Martin while he did nor
have actual possession of hla share of ihu
n,eh\eaj which his father left.
Greece Ready to Seize Ports in
Asia Minor if Her De?
mands Are Refused.
HELLENIC RESERVES OUT
, Sultr.n Counts Upon Bulgaria
Acting with New Ottoman
Friend Against Her
Ally in Late War.
i m cast? ;-' n ? i rib .
Pans Nov. 1. ?According ro advices
received here by the (?r. ek Legation
the Turco-Oreek dispute li expected lo
? (.in?? to a ' ead to-morrow with Tor?
key's reply to the Qreek terms. If thie
reply is unsatisfactory, the '?reek ad
' mirai. If. RoUUtOUrloUs, is to S'-iz?; o??r
| tain Tur! ish ports in Asia Minor, this
constituting in effect a declaration of
war. The Turks, it is known, have
' been preparing for eventualities for the
last two months, gradually augmenting
| th? Ir " -i-es in Kurope, consolidating
| their alliance With Bulgaria and Bragg,
ing Greece more and more strongly
for compliance with their demands.
Greece In reply has called h>r r?.
; serve! to the colors and ordered fifty
field batteries from the Creusot ttrm,
some :;?ni.??(M) muskets from Austria and
50,000,000 cartridges. She has massed
Ikt army, which now totals 280,009
\ men. on a line extending from Kavala,
on the /Kgean, to the Bulgarian fron-'
tier and made arrangements for the'
i purchase of the chillan Dreadnought
i Almirante Latorre and a protected
, cruiser now building at the VulOasj
The Turkish demands, which word
pressed on < Ireooe immediately after
| the conclusion of th.? Turco-Bulgirlna
alliance, provided for the cession to
l Turkey of the islands taken by the
i Greek fleet during the -war, and. bi>
I ondly. for the ej:tra-territorlal rights of
moaejOOB, by whld the Turks claimed?
j that all Turkish religious institutlona
! In Macedonia, together with their oa?
tates, be declared Turkish property and
the soil occupied by them Turkish soil
They further demanded that the profll
of these estates, over and above what
must be subtracted for their nmmte
nance. go to the Turkish government,!
and that ail Macedonians, about ?u per?
cent of whom are Moslems, be allowed1
to will their property to the mosquea
Both of these demands Greece imme?
diately rejected, declaring that tha
question of the islands could be equita?
bly settled only by the great ?.oven,
who had no immediate Interest m it.
and that compliance with the second
demai 1 would shortly change Grwek
sovereignty in Macedonia to Turkish,
as the Moslem foundations alreadT
poaseaBOd a good part of the country
BOd th-' right to increase their property
by private bequests would s"cn give
them control of the bulk of it: in brief?
that to a 'mit such properties to Tirk.
Ish sovereignty would be presen'ing
the country to Turkey.
The Turkish counter replv -.s expect?
Athens. Nov. 1.?Italy and Austria h.avs
I presented a collective nute bl '?"???o?
complaining that the delimitation of At
! baute by the later national eommlanoa te
I being hump, red by the BttttUOS if th!
populatiOB under Gie??k In "KeBBBBt,
li'.ree,-.? is Informed that b<Th lt:!> and
?Austria have instructed their r.'i reaWBBV
' tives on the commission tu rearard as Al
' banian all village,?; where SB* Btt* n ??
Alimony Fixed at Only $20 L)
Month?Wife Was a
I k. Telesiai?!' *? Th?' TraBsaa |
s- raeuss, Nov. i.- an tetetteeatory le?
, ice of dteoree imi granted to-day to
Mrs Maurice B Ptyna, the eborei siH
wife of "Lefty" Flyim. the former Ta.a
foot) ab star. In granting the decree Jua
le? Irving Ucvendorf confirmed t1
pot. of K W. ?iregg. an attotne.? of tniS
? i ', \.
TBS SUSAOBJ granted to Mrs r.>nn :?
only *:?? a month, but the costs of the
acttoa sre simost *'?>" Mrs. flyna'a lae?
?yon were unable t?? rind that 1-eftv'"
! h i.i sn) mesns <>f support, snd hen?* thi
1 small imount of the alimony urant
"Lefty" Plynn is stiu said te N la?
ployed .n Canada The young womsa re*
turned t" Kew Torh a few eapi age
after a trip through Kurope.
"Lsfty" Plynn'i romance began iBfl
New Veai s. when In? met Miss Heru
Leary, or Irene Claire, as slu was known
at th?- w mt. r Garden, at a rotlei ?aatlnl
rtnh. lu telling ot live tecldenl >*r*
Plynn told bon her skate came off ?*?
how "Lefty" was provident!.? 11} BMI M
save her lr mi falling.
Their (acquaintance ripened ao
tint o,, Januars "? bUJ? ti ? > w.-->t t.. t <?
Citj Hab and wer. marri??! S) ??!? Blear?
man "Lefty's" father, losopb * Pty< "
WhO is vice-president of th?' PldlUty aad
Deposit Ccmpany of Maryland at Mo.
Rector street, withheld his r.,rR?'ene*?
foa a short time, but afterward decide!
! that -what tus BM dbl was his own bum?
I ness "
I The nrst rift in their hOnoyiBOOP. at BO
I J \\ ,-si Hth str.-.-t came when "leSfti
I who had left eottege. ?rent t?. Csasdi to
si-i.lv civil enainsertog Hut aifi b?*g"
? nantiy denied that thai e/ere ??t******
hut soon after sailed for Kurope. 1" ?|l?!>
; abe bagan her action for divorce in 3>ia
cuse, naming several t??setts in tl"-- 'lt''
where her husband, she alleged, vielded
to the lures of Broadway.
?ENDS SUIT AGAINST LAWYER?
? on the motion of Assistant District at*
torne) DeueL aaagbrtrsts PtsseN aV
mlaaed >c?tente) an Bdada?lt ebe?rgteg
H.-nrv S. hoonover and I'erry Allen. 1**''
rers, wim osacea Is th.- (Voolworth H'i,d
bag, with att.mpt.'d extortion. The B?B>
\-i - arara aeeusad ?>f bstag implicated i"
the alleged attempt i>>- Cbro ll?rese o"
August II to blackmail Roberto Haham??a
son of a Wealth) South American family?
Moreno's CBM is pending In court.