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THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15, 1913.
"THE WOMAN OF IT"
13 MILDLY AMUSING
p eme tlio Old One of Wnywiml,
HiiUirtiiil When Wife Is
i riNU IS IT TO MARK
nwit Infused by HhvIiiit
I 11 4 Jrtfltlnh! f lullill ftn I
find Then Hepent.
Unninn of II" t ,lh 391 h
W meA .
John I' Cainpb"!!
n The Woman of It." which William
,1'idy presented last night ut the
ninth Street Theatre, there was
i who hiul gone to Lgypt because
. 'hotiKht her husband rather bored
mr Shu stopped away from Knc
I ' r three months all the play wus
, ied to take place In modish Lon
f ii iet and then to escape the. at-
:-s "f a too exigent suitor, returned
r h. inc and husli.md.
- was a surprise for her In a fact
- e .uvldntally learned over the
me n the night of her arrival.
' is'und wus tn tak supper alone
.1 lady In their Hat.
is the age of retaliation In kind
cage husbands and wives dts
. So the lady Invited a friend to
r ! Aid her after ordering that meal
- four ltiBtead of two. It happened
the man she asked turned out to
' husband of the woman who was
b eptltlously with her own husband.
- ;!te of the shock of this discovery
iietttrss was enough a woman of the
.1 to explain to the particular mnn
'avltrd that his wife was also her
t-ttvlerlck Lonsdale, who Is the au
- if the three act comedy, has com
il this complication In the familiar
vl of the theatre. The wives treat
faithless or nt least their frlvo-
i 'Mih.inds with contempt and later
dl.-c.pllne them by nbsence. Then
- 'w m'n, still In the Htyle of the
ayhmise. win back the women through
r ame process.
.- t'-n author ha ralsel the old
i -Am lllon" theme to the second power
. nl mad two pairs of lovers where
r were In the p;ut only one. He
"i Ilrst to bring the neglected cou-
! the second part Into the action,
"'Mere was no other particularly orig
a! note In the proceedings. The ec-
1 net contained some mildly amusing
ene.v At one mlnuto the piece sug
- (1 "Ho and Pox" and the next It
merf like denatured French farce. It
ery harmless In any cac
!. ald that under the title "The
People" the play had been seen In
don and Chicago. It Is not possible.
Tpver, that It roujd have been very
a different In any place or under
actors played with animation and
gence. Josephine Ilrown ap-
"'1 rather unkempt for an refined
.tidings, but .Innet Hrecher sug-
- i 'n manner and appearance the
nrv smartness. They all played
irlety and Intelligence.
Scott and Da 1 1 its Anderson were
r n iMe as th" adventurous husband?.
THE OPERA NEXT WEEK.
iln..rnrf "Mnnon" to Br Heard nm
',rt. , -Jianon" will have lt first
this mmon at the Metropolitan
a House next Wednesday night with
I n-Knrrar In the title rAle.. Mr Caruso
' 'tn'ur. Dnili Hilly as t.mrault, .Mr
the Count ic ilnrur and .Mr
' ' 1'oln am Ii' Ihrtionv Others In the
ml be Minns Spurkes, .Mauhouri; and
' e and Messrs Iteiss. Hecue and
jtinn .Mr I oseanlnl 111 conduct
Meuierliiirer" will bn sung on
s uUht by Mines, (iadski and Matt-
I er Sleak, (iorit?:, Weil, (iris
' Itetss, Hlnshaw, Murphy, Hughes,
. nnnin and Kreldler Mr Hertz
' Magie Flute" will he given as an
perfortnanen on Thursday after-
if neit week. The east will include
- I'f-tlnn, Hempel, Alten, Kparkes,
Ma'-feld. Curtis, Mulford and llobe-
I Messrs Sle.uk, (iorllx, l.nnkoe.
'I. Iteiss and Murphy .Mr Hertz
. r J.,. I
"-'Ihv night "Tristan unci Isolde"
sung by Mines Kreinstad and Homer
Mehrs llurrlan, Well, Witherspoon,
ii i mid Murphy, Mr Tosranlnt con
lnrher of Seville" will be heard
' ' 'lay night of next week with Mmes.
snd Mattfeld mid Messrs Mncne,
I'e hegiirula, I'lnl-C'orsl and lies-
a'- Mr Sturaiil will conduct
'oionda' "ill lie next wepk'sSatur
I'inee o(iria with Mmes Destlnn,
'- 't.ninr anil Duchesne and Messrs.
' mdtoanll DeSegiirola.Mr I'oImcco
in ma Butterfly' will be given at
s.leiny nt Music in llrooklyn on
-enine, JHiiuary !', with (Jeral
' s r.ir and Mine 1'orniu and Maple-
i .Messrs Martin and Scottl. Mr
- 'm will conduct
V l.mmy Dehtlnn and Mr. liiccnrdo
'ii i will bn among Mm soloists who will
" 'ii next .Sunday night's "Operu
'rami Opera In KiikHsIi" OOlcera.
anmiHl business meeting of the
ii .society for the Promotion of
"iiera in Kngllsh. held yesterday
Reginald iln Koven was re
i reident The following oftleers
.ed Walter I.. Ilogert, treasurer,
tegler, secretary board of ninn
Urivid Hisphaui, Walter Dam
rilmr I'arwell, I'utiiain (iriswold,
M Melter, Trans X Arena, Tali
' 'fgaii. Lillian Nordlca, Mrs. Jason
' .rimld Voljie, Oscar Hammer-
i l.oiid'in (i cliiirltiin
I n sum lire OMHhI Inillctrri,
n hit. K . Jan. 14. I,ee llainp
r. i r roiiiity limner, wm Is a
iiHinaiici. iiiiiinls.iloner, was In-tii-ilav
by the Franklin county
iiitv on live (ounta fur embezzle
. uik-icgatlng y.X)ii in Mie last ail
iiU'ii. ending on Jaiiuaiy 11, 1 ti 1 2.
"lilted of i (illei-tliig money froni
ciiintianles and tailing to nun
' I In- Slate
iler Html in Salr Itlllcera.
bin 1 1 on ami Mis, Suler
I ..t dinner Mm rvrnlng at thn
' M.iiihIiiii in boiior of the State
ml then ieH, (iimts were laid
THE WORK WE DO
There are certain concerns
in every line of business the
quality of whose work is never
Rather, it is a foregone con
clusion - one takes it for grant
ed as readily as one might
take sugar with tea.
To-day the Thompson
Sta rrett Company may be
classified with the kind of
concerns referred to, for the
quality of its work is too well
known to ncedmuch comment.
FEARS SHIP DRIFTS
HELPLESS IN MIDSEA
t 1 1
t'edrie Thinks Armenian Prob
ably .Missed Abessinia in
The White Star liner Codrlc, In yes.
terday from Atlnntlc tumult, brought
word that the steamship Armenian
probably Inst the disablisl llnmbure
Atnerlcan fndghter Abcsslnla in mid
sea on Saturday night In a fog
The fedrlc had fallen In with th
Abcsslnla and had reported her plight
by wireless to the Armenian, a White
Star freighter bound this wn Tin
Armenian said aerially that she had
the Abcsslnla In .ight and would soon
be alongside her and that the t'edrlc
might go on. She proceeded, and later,
as wind and sea rose again, the Abcs
slnla and the Armenian hail a hard
straggle In the ferment. A calm fol
lowed the gale and a fog shut out the
Abcsslnla from the view of watchers
on the Armenian. At midnight on Sun
day the Armenian sent a message to
the Cedrlc, saying Mint .he was still
searching for the Cerman freighter.
Then the Odrlc steamed mi: of the
wireless range of the Armenian
Capt Carter of the Cedrlc fears that
the Armenian may not lime found the
Abcsslnla, which was 'helpless with
broken shaft and rudder and "Imply had
to wallow In the trough, or If she had
sea anchor out, to let the combers
smah aboard forward, t'apt. Carter
says he never saw the barometer, and
newr heard of it for that matter, going
so low as It did on the Cedrlc on his
most turbulent trip H got down to
27.30, he declares. In the m hours
when the yea and blast were worst the
Cedrlc ea-ed herself by taking the
waves broadside on rather Mian in the
usual wny. on the bows, and she came
out of her mighty rolling undamaged.
The Hamburg-American liner I'rc-;-dent
Grant, from Hamburg and Itou
lognc, also had weather which forced
her down to three knots nt times. Her
coal supply ran low and lie put Into
Halifax and replenished her bunker.".
Among her pa-sengers was Lord Mur
ray, a former leader of the l.ibiral
party He said he had been In America
twenty ears ago and would iicwt "tile
again if he had to endure mi mush
Jolting bv Capt. Neptune's wb.te tunned
horses a he got on this trip.
SLANDER SUIT IN WOOL TRADE.
Isaac .Mllllrrioi-r sUs 1 00,000 tar
l.naa of Credit.
Peering. Milliken A lo. wholesale
dealers in woollens, of 7l Leonard street,
are the defendants in a cae whit h Is sched
uled to be heard this ruornlm: before .lu--tice
Cohalan in Mm Supreme Court in winch
Isaao Mittledorf. a in.iniitiK Hirer of cloaks
and suits, asks for Joo.is damage-, al
leging slanderous statements Aliraliam
J F.lkus will appear for them
Henry Maxwell, one "if the eight mem
bers of the firm who are named ns code
fendauts, according to the complaint flb'd
by Miltleilorf's attorney. Max D Metier,
had a ipiarrel with'ithe plaintiff over a i-liurt-age
reported by thetMerchaiits ami Iaip
Sponging Cniup.lin' and Is alleged to haw
made the defamatory titement Max
well Is thus limit. mI in the complaint
"Look here. Mr Mittledorf. on i heated
ine out of 111"' I want that (money, and
If I don't cet It you'll get the same treat
inenl all over the market as mil ill! got
down on Worth street Don't make your
self so cute and pretend tlnU you don't
know anything) that Is going on We know
w hy you get sponging done so eheaplv
- To this alleged i-tatement Mlttledorl
directly attributes loss o credit with Faulk
ner, Page A Co of Mils city and other llrms
and dealers throughout the I mted States
In their answer the ileiciidants deny the
speech charged to Mr Mne.
Thev say, however, that they were in
formed that the Meichunts nnd F.ellp-n
Sponging 'Company was onlered by the
Plaintiffs when receiving goods for him
from tlm defendants to tlaim shortages
and defects in amounts small enough not
to warrant a protest from the woollen
firm's adjusters 'I h aggregate of these
shortHfes paid ninounieil in -ninet hint:
I'laya and I'lajera.
By arrangement wlMi ( hnrles I'rohninn
II. 1' Keith has engaged F.thel Harrymoro
for one week In vaudeville at the Colonial
Theatre, beginning next Monday afternoon
Miss Itarrymorc will present J M Harrle's
sketch entitled "Tlio Twelve Pound Look
She will bo supported by Susannn Sheldon,
David Torrence and Frank J MU'ov
Leslie Faber, who Is appearing at the
Liberty Theatre as John Rhrmi In "Mile
stones," will on Friday afternoon, Jan
uary 21, give a reading at the I'hua Hotel
of the "Itubalyat, with music speciall
composed by Christopher ilnn
A "milanf irii? rnnfi" of tlm llnlL-nn wn.
AaM wns vosterilii v iiftprnoon tn.iHn t,.,rt
of the performance at the Carnegie Lyceum,
wnere i ue diluting oi inn raimma i anal
unil Wtllul Scenes of the lliilLtio VV 11 r '
are show u In kinemiicolor
Sydney Hosenfeld has announced as the
next play to be produced iinderMieniisplces
of tho National Federation of Thentie
Clubs "Tho lluiidreth Mini," a comedy
drama by lliitehenun lloyd Tho prin
cipal memheiH of Mm cast of .Mr. Itosen-
feld's hist production, 'His Wife by Ills
Side," will appear In the new plav, with
several additions I he llerkeley 'Iheade,
where, the last play was seen, will be aban
doned for a lli'oailway theatre which run
better limine the production
Charles Cherry and Marie Doio will make
their first joint nppcnianie to-morrow
night In a now comedy by Francis tie Crols
set entitled "The New Sccretim"' at the
Apollo Theatre, Atlantic city n. p,.
is a tlirriii act comedy, the llrnt Mint has
coma Iroin Its author since Ills detective
play, "Arseiie Lupin Ferdinand (iott.
schalk, Claude (illlingwatcr, Mrs ilium, is
Whlffeii, Frank Keinbln-Conper, rinln
Lsinoiide and others will siiipoit Mi I herrv
and Mis Doio I lie New Secielarv" will
have three peifoiinances In Atlantic Cilv
and afterward begin a tour before its pies,
untatlunln New York tho present season.
MUSIC BY LOEFFLER
PLAYED BY KNEISELS
Quintet for Strings Revived Af-
ter n Silence of Over
i Ten Years.
,VOHK 1M.KASKS AI'DIKXCK
nmlinis (' Minor Quartet ami a
I Oriesr Number A No on the
The third subscription concert of th
Knelsel Quartet took place last evening
In Aeolian t (nil. The programme com
prled three numbers, the C minor
.lonriei onus fit. N'n. 2. of Urnhms.
I Charles Martin Loelller's quintet In V
'major for three violins, viola nnd 'eclto
nnd (Irleg's (1 minor uuartet, opus 27
The assisting violinist In the quintet
was Samuel (Inrdtier of Providence.
As usual, the audience quite tilled the
house nnd Its demeanor bespoke the
Mr. Loelller'a quintet Is In effect a
noveltv, though It Is not new. It wns
played here by the Knelsel Quartet ns '
long ngo as March 2f, 1302, when ltj
was In very truth n novelty. ine
quintet Is In one extended movement
and the distribution or instruments :s
by no means Its least felicitous feature. 1
Customarily musicians make a string
quintet b adding to a quaret n second
'icllo The result too often Is that
while the high voices of th ensemble
remain the s.'im the low voices are
more numerous mid sometimes the har
mony becomes thick and heavy.
In Mr. (.miller's composition the bal
ance Is admirable, and as the coinpo'er
has written much of his work In th"
upper regions of the Instrumental scale
Mio clear, soaring chords r captivat
ing In themselves. The form of the
quintet Is pleasing. The movement Is
marked allegro commodo. but there Is
an episode marked poco allegretto. The
opening allegro Is developed from 'wo
contrasting themes after the method
laid down by the fathers of the sonata,
but the complete sonata form Is not
utilized. Thi' iirimlp.il them.' of Mils
par' 1" a most Ingratiating one of folk
song type i If not an adaptation of mi
estant folk songi with a strongly
marked rhythm and an elementary bal
ance of phtase width must appeal to the
least sophisticated listener.
The second theme Is llusslatl folk
song pure nnd simple and the episode
appear to l.c made of similar material.
After the episode a return Is made to
the themes of the allegio i initnoilo and
the composition comes to Its end with
a bentitlfullv made coda The plan
seems to have Is'cn designed with a
view tn creating the elTecl of three
iitnpnot movements without Interrup
tion. i Thus" who are familiar with Mr.
iliefllers cM'Utstons into the field of
'Debusslan tonalities and his appeals for
inspiration to the lugubrious dramas of
Mr Maeterlinck will bear this compo.
sit ion with agreeable surprise. It has
no relationship whatever to the new
liatlli mi iiimm mil i- it ii.-n, r"in-
' t. menus and delightful piece of music of
old fashioned fruuknes It vibrates
with nielish and it glnu with opulent
lt.iitti.iti I'li'iHilu!. Uncut and mclodl-
Ions III MlMIUltlc lll.lttil. ileal, Well llill-
anced and solid in I'.ut wriiing. it works
itself out in a lucid .-v imnetrical shape
and leaves the lienri r with a letreslud
I mind and a warmed fancy.
1 Music nf this kind Is entirely whole
some and Is healtbv In itelf It has
.sentiment, humor, tenderness, wayward
ness and Intelligent e It has no quar
rel with life and no sickness of the soul
to advertise. The performance of the
composition was on.- to demand praise
of the heartiest -ort. Clarity, beauty
ami balance of tone pervaded It and
there was a fine enthusiasm which In
spired the whole delivery with com
The minor quartet of lirahms Is not
frequent! v heard. It dwelt long In the
composer's mind, for he had some nf it
on paper In ISM nnd vet it was not per
formed In Its completed form till 1 S73.
It Is a characteristic work, replete with
the idioms of the Viennes-e master and
publishing continually his well known
instrumental methods. The playing of
It by Mr. Knelsel and his associates was
exquisitely finished anil aroused the au
dience to prolonged applause. The
warmest demonstration was that which
followed the allegretto, which Is the sub
stitute for a scherzo. This closely
thought out movement was so performed
that li became a striking feature of
CONCERT OF MME. BUTT.
Her Husband t'nahle tn Apprnr lie.
eanse nf Cnld.
Mine Clara Hutt was heard In a i oncert
given yesterday afternoon In Carnegie If. -ill.
'I he entertainment was not carried out on
the lines oi Iglii.ilb planned because Ken
nedy liiimford, barytone ami consort of
Mine liiltt, was to have sung, bill failed lo
appear. On th previous evening he con
trolled a i old and t esterday morning be
was so hoarse thai nil thought of signing
had to be abandoned In this emergency
the manager, Loudon I h.iilton, was obliged
to call in the aid of one nf bin other musicians
to Mil out the programme i his was
laloiuird Dcthler, who endeavored to nr.
ciipy the upturn left vacant bv the non-np-pearance
of Mr. liiuuloid
Mine ilutt sane the numbers set dow n for
her and a large audience lewanled her with
libeial applause Her piogramiue was
t haiacterlstn It hcg.m with two ,
Italian airs, continued n th two Merman
songs ol the highest lpe then glided gently
into an old llreton air arranged by the mi
nimi: I'oiiig.iult Diicoiidrai , next made an.
exclusion for two iiumbe.s into Mm famatic
hind ol liebussv nnd suddenly emerged Into
the placid and shallow waters of the Kiiiili-li
'throughout the i oncer' Mie trails of
Mine Hull's arl, iilreadv described in this
plate, were again exhibited She sang
" I C ( 1 1 1 1 I Sereno' from Handel's "Sosartne,"
however much heller Minn she sang iinj.
thing cle, ami in a style Id call lorsomc
1 1 1 i m ' 1 1 I ii 1 1 1 1 n Her delivery of
singhe pill i are" wasuiieven in tonal quality
nnd III some places mile In Hi vie er
singing of Schubert's "Die vllnmchl"
was ili-appointing. for she ought, wild (r
huge v illume of voice, lo have mmi,, a
sinking elect, whereas, owing to bad
iiiiiii.igemeiil of Mm medium register, I he
number fell rather Hat
She sung I he air of .in from Debussy's
l.'Lnlant I'rodlgne" wllti insistent fervor
i Inn her pieseniaiion of Mie familiar "Miui
iilnliue mis allogelher wonderful In lis
compendium of all the things that olll.
should urn do This mm UUe uom others
had In In- repealed, but il raiely escapes
Mils nlbiiie lo the Ingenuity of Mm coin-poser.
. , ' . ,
111 I '
WOMEN TRIUMPH IN
OPERA, SAYS NORDICA
Singer Tolls LenriiP That TIipv
Kvool the .Mon in Mor
ON AN KQIWL FOOTlXli
1 Would ns Lief Have
Woman for Her .Mnnnpror
as a Man.
In answer to a ierl"! of questions' '
asKed hy Itohert Hrsklno My. director
of the leiiKiie, Lillian Nordlca r.ivo a
lecture on the " I 'rnffref.s of Women"
before the LeaKtio for I'nlttlcal Kduca-'
t!on, which met at the Hudson Theatre
Although touchlni: on olher phases
of the life of women who have taken
up the profc.l.inN, .Mine. Nordlca dwelt
lomii'M on queiiea about women of the
stuKe, especially the operatic .staue, wllhi
whom (he N must familiar.
Women .ue nut ai u dlsaihnntar.e In (
opera," she .said, "Indeed quite the con
trary, up tile whole the public prefer !
to lien to the oces of women. Tell I
me what man has earned Ss.OOO a per
foiniame. which was paid to Pattl fori
concerts In South America, or $Ti,000 for j
a single appearance, which va? paid '
lo tho same artist In tins country'.'" '
"And women of the Hl.iue," the diva
continued In answer to another ques
tion, "are on an equal footlni; with men
ns they are In no other line rf work.
In fact women of the chorus In opera
work fur harder than the men. Al
though less stronn physically many of
them care for children nnd do their
ow n housework In addition to their
Touching on the mental status ofi
women the sinner would not have It i
that they am at oil Inferior anu ,
paid a tribute to Impresarios of her
own -ex with whom she has had to do.
"I would us Minn work with a woman1
Itnpre.sailo ns n man." she said, "and 1 i
have never lost any money throimh
sucli n woman."
"Hut." .she lidded with a smile, "per-1
haps they were nil too new at the busl- i
Mari'liiKc. Mine. Nordlca thinks, doea
not enler to any serious estent, one i
way or the other. Into the life of the'
woman who has chosen a career on tho j
stae. AltlioiiKli she cited the dlsad- ,
vantage to which the married profes-1
slonal woman Is often put, she pointed '
tn tlio happy mairled lives of .Mr and
.Mrs. Sidney Homer, .Mr. and .Mrs. Will
lam I'aviTHli.im anil others as
Hint sneh wnm..n m. ,i..i.
i "'' 1
In the Packard "six" carriages,
left drive reaches for the first
time its ultimate development
In addition to a positive electric self
starter, the latest Packard models have
all controls on the steering column.
This exclusive ' arrangement means
complete mastery of the car from
the driver's seat
Electric lighting and separate
high tension magneto ignition
This combination of features is to be
found only in the Packard. In the
essentials of convenience and com
fort, Packard carriages are the criterion
of the present and an assured standard
for the next two years'
Ask the man who owns one
Supplementing the exhibit at Madison Square
Garden, January 11 to 18, will be a special
display of Packard carriages at the Broadway
Packard Motor Car Company
of New York
Brooklyn: Flatbush and Eighth Avenues
Newark Hartford Sprlnefield Lona Island City
rVi - rrrn hItii irn'ocirnnri nmnnrmnmivnTmnitrrritrnrl
worlt nftcr marrl.iuo ..ml f"'l h.ip
happy horiiry I
"Vher the travi'limc num." .1k j
a-kt'il. "wlin firlK that npi'f..-.,iry all- i
m?iioi from hinno tllskir hlm fn.m ha - !
Turnips to other pliac of tln pub.
lie worUor'si lift" .lni! Nordlca oon-
"A profi"lon makes a woman Inilc-
pcntli'tit, anil Inilcpftuli'tirc l? far lift- '
tor than Indirect Influence, which 1
souniN to me UKo Intrigue. It ! that
very necessity for Ueeplni; hold of the
man on whom they d.-iciii for a llwns
that has made women suspicions of,
one another. Now that they are hide- j
pendent llnanclally l!iy .ire learning to'
ctand together, .in Hie so nnij Klrl.s out
on fti ike are duim; "
WIFE SUES MINING MAN.
i Ileuil of C'hnrlut lllnrs Tbrt'iit-
i-ncil in Kill Her nnd Cnut Her Off.
Many charfies of cruelty are made in
a complaint filed yesterday In a suit
of Mrs. Dace Melbourne i 'harlot nitain.'!
Alphonse rharles Clmrlol. piTsnlent of
the Chariot Mines nnd Smelters Cum-
pany. u corporation ca(iltall?ed at lo
nofl.OAn. with mines n Soiinra. Mexico. I
Chariot lles ai the Hotel Seymour. I
while bis wife Ihed until Nn ember ii
Mrs (.'hailot was 1" years old when!
she married Chailot In ,lerey city in
I I'll and he was .".". She charges that
he struck her a few ilas nftei their
marriage. Shn sa. h took her to his'
mining camp. LI Trlumpho, near
Arlzpe. Mexico, w iiire he rliiployed
2,000 Mexicans and Indians. There.
.-he as, he threatened to shoot her.
She charges that her husband gae a
pistol to his twenty-year-old son by a ,
former wife and tuld him to follow her'
up the mountain, shoot her and throw-1 Ml his decision Justice Crnne din
the weapon at her feet, i me shot was , cusses the mother-in-law problem as
tired at her, .-lie says, but It missed, follows:
She alleges that on another occiimoi, ' w
when she went out horseb.cli tiding her k0 , , ,,,, mohpr , V(
husband directed a Mexican servant t.i (, r(,,.(lc., ,,,, Iirvi(.K,(, M( , ,,,, lf ,-..
unfasten her saddle hi that she would emii-tancc ninke it mwarv. Ihe i,I..Im-
l likely to fall off anil probably be
Mrs. Chariot sajs her husband put
her out of. their apartment last Sep
tember and afterward pawned her
JeweL for fl'00 and on iiclober "fi went
lo Mcmio and cut off her allowance.
IOWA GOVERNOR TOR SUFFRAGE.
Alan llffim nils Sn,.
I llllll. h
Mm MoiNis, lima. , inn h hi II I'
Carroll In IiIh blenuliil mes-age to the
li:;;,';M,.t m,;,,;:!;V.1, "j,".,k;;r. tts.!!!.
i lulling these
' I lull women .niiild Mile, this being the
(lr-t lllne an lima l.oyeinor lias eei rei -
"' s,,,,, ill ill-. in....i;e
u.n .. .....
that Mai.. iii.,u. ,,,i i ..... .
ated 1 1 1 1 i t plitnls h as nen-.ai Im imblli
liiiitecliiin us .iitit i il ol piu.n.i roiimiii-
lions anil thnt il. liisi. iu,., l.y il. ,Mu.
- miVmlag JllIJ".'.!?'!. ulllVZ
. I IIIO IIIKII I
ingii a pcrcentaue of a luan'H eaiiiiiig
i, l i
I lit J:
NEED NOT LIVE WITH
Wife Has Riffht to Leave
liiisband's Mother Annos,
.lust ice ('rane Derides.
SEPARATION IS ItKITSKI)
lliilminl May Hnvc His Mother
Home lint Sho .Mut
K'oop Hor IMiicc.
Justice Crane In Hro.iklyn csterday
j "bsmissed the suit of C.ardner L Klel.l
I of IS 5 Itoners avenue against Adelaide
!' Field for a separation. The suit
, was begun on the Kroiind that she
,,, ,,,, ,, r,,.
The couple were tnarr.leil In 1'ebruary.
1!'0.". and had lived bappllj . according
to the wife's story, until no years
ago. when her hu..band Installed bis
motliei. Mrs. Ida M. iturlinghain. as
a member of the household. The
mother-in-law, the wife allegid, at once
started In to boss things, treated her
In a cruel and Inhuman manner, called
her vile names and finally questioned
Conditions, she says, became so un
bearable that she was compelled to
leave the house and go to live with
her. sister nfter her husband refused
to part with his mother.
till in this case has not Mifflclent Im ome to
maintain two homers, and the mother has
not the means or ability to support herself.
I ntler these conditions lie s Justified In
piovldlng a plnic tor lier In his imu hoiue,
provided she recognizes that plme and
'I Inn. she can lme no .iv whatever
leganluig the iiiiiiiiiiieineiit and eontrol
of the home, thi-- beluni'n to Ihe wife, nnd
If the liiisluiiid'x imitliei makes tllseoii)
( bere tlieie sliould be harmony, Interferes
with Hie wiles iiinitoi ami iiiauacemeiit ,
I even at the leuue-t of her son. or bv heron li
iinpioper iiiiidiiit and tliouglitli..s bin
Klmg,i makes Hie lionm iinple,i-.iiit and
. ... , i..viof.-...i..,,.. ,f
, would be .iiMillcd In leaving lin husband
i and icqulrimr support limn hlm elewheie
I , plalutllT is not entitled to a decree
,,f ., 1 1 1 ,l,.l'.,.l ,l,.l
sepaianmi, a ine u miaiii urn noi
'''" nl111 "Hi'iiHini lo pernin-
in'iilly iibiiiidnii linn, and ln li.is nneied lo
i rcturn under ioir 'oilu ions anil I Uh
1 !" "-"?' V" '"' ""! k"'
' coiuiiiaiiii is ineioioio inn-
missed without vobU.
has been arranged
by the Depart
ment of Tours,
Western Line, to
comply with nu
spend the winters
has elaborated on the
idea by the add'tion of
numerous special fea
tures lookinc to the
comfort of its patron.
This train will be
exclusively for first
class travel. The equip
ment includes library
buff et-smokine car,
table d'hote dinine car
ladies' maid, barber,
This train de luxe
will leave Chicaco Feb
ruary 3rd for Southern
California, arriving at
Riverside the 5th day,
in the cost of theitour,
if so desired.
All the principal
winter resorts in Cali
fornia will be visited.
A delightful cruise from
San Francisco to Hon
olulu is optional. The
train will be conven
iently "parked" at
night. Every inch of
the selected route of
travel i. protected by
automatic electric block
safety signals, safety be
ins; the main objective.
Write for beautifully
illustrated booklet "Win.
tor Tours," omlainintr
detailed itinerary and
complete information. It
v. ill be f.iruarded prompt
I., and with pleasure, by
tt&rft 3. A
Micjtr (lit- Drpttt
ni'.'nt ol Tcuri
C. U. P. & N.W. Lfc-
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N 11 I I. sin
t Hairy M .lone
i ioi IN i. ..I, li
., N,i ..rl ,
He will e i e Pi
m ii ro
I.I I '
ed nere 1 1
Hands and faces which redden,
roughen, chap, crack and burn
with winter's cold, sharp winds,
made soft and white in a single
night by these pure, sweet and
gentle emollients. No others
cost k) little or do so much.
c.tUi-w ttoap "wi Mnuuri.l nuW thrutuUrtiit IM
rortl. litvl nuuNn nl teti nuuita irno. wim
31-p. bnei. A'Mte MUir.M lit 7r. toffli.
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