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THE EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY. DECEMBER t, 1910.
Club Women Are the Best Mothers
And Most Unselfish, Says Mrs. Bates
They Do Not Have Large
Families Because They
Arc Too Intelligent and
Want to Do Justice to
Dcdarcs Thai Mrs. C'.rrn
mi:igs - Jones's Charge
That Women's Clubs
Are to Blame for Care
less Rearing of Children
By Ethel Lloyd ratiernon.
Mrs. h a n n a
Cummlnji - Jones
lias In 1 1 a now sin
at the door of the
club woman. I.rt
llM fu'l irlory
hers. The achieve- i
ment 1 not tri
fling. 1 the past ;
ve.irs the cluh n o.
MM hns been I
hei.l rerponslble f,,r ;
everything from I
cold storage cges .
to crime waves, j
of on accus- j
Is no longer or I
It mint N 1
. u" 1 1
Thus the matter
tlon morv or less
any moment. However
admitted Mrs. Cummlngs-Jones, Of
whom little Is known other than that
aha spoke before on Interesting rlr- le
known ns the rhlropaan Club of Brook
lyn, haa accomplished a unique ar
raignment. "Without the faar of a con
science), without faar of offending
tha Creator, without the knowl
edge of Ood, and tn many cases
without the coneolntlon of a real
mother love, eo are the children
of to.,i j being reared," saya Mra.
Cunualrgs-Jonee. "And In n-any
instancca tho blame for thla can
be laid almost entirely to the
"The m-ml er ore too btliy, They
re too little of their chlMren. an I
when they do caress or apeak to t If
little MM It la In the pa-sen c of a
third peraon. usually an Illiterate O'
pother . afraid t
1 linrlr. t.'iiiulinn (.ls.- Hull.
t-haf stM I.. V.r.iirii.in, rpfHIM Tieagjlliei
( i ''inl!iienl.il Wireless Te'.-; ..-..
ltd Telegraph Cvimili) and Treasurer
tlie Columbia Pittance Corporation,
fiscal agent, m y eatefday reieaeod
:.,m ;! Tiifnhs a'lcr a oek It
icr". M '.WO bali turn I 'lied by t'i"
N.ninnai fltlrety Cornni iv. Vatlgtian
w.s arrested bargee' with having need
t'ie malle In a . leaie !o defraud III"
ABUNDANT, GLOSSY HAIR
You Can Have It by Using
Vmfa iT hftl Iftng twfn VnnTn ge, -V fn
PI m'k) if '.f hair i"ni, If itr the hr Hf
ml with life w i - tlif glM . ! .1 . of
in ptkfk : li-sslth.
rmM la rrfinf A r ilnm. It 0CMN Nefo
llOfa It-Thing nf tin Mtlp, rf'motfi Unlrii.f .
irrtrntt ih hm fr-m fal'ln.
CmM yniP ilnig M -1'rirTinrt :r In
ri !! tin l-thft Mc uriil .".ib 1trvt from
rHK CRrPOL COMPANY, tTTI Br &y, New
York. A Ural trml tut f r UK- tn itimi.
CftttM 4at1tftpUc BhAWpOO M dflufhtftil irlp
(ifwiijfr. m Uic hi) only.
I ROM TRAPPER TO WEARER
Huv I he "P AM 01 S
direct front Anu-ricn's
:il our holcsnlc
the in i il J 1 1 111 ;i 11 ' 1
KRAMER I URS
THE WORLD OVER
RffBIAH I'liNV OOATt (nnt
our wnairsaie iirsre .
MKVs n it I INKII
kV:KsiCi 1 1
Our H loili-
you bring into the world, why, I know
a woman a club woman who la ex "fed
Ink'Iy fond of children, an! who would
be made tlu' haiplest woman In the
World through the birth of a child. Uut
her luiHli.inl has eonumntl"n aril li i.-
oeiore wnom the hereditary In his family, and she rcai
bow her ri.il tMlallMt as an IfltalllCMti thinking individual
j that to btin clilldren Into the world
Metier Love a ccarcitv I !!2d.r "uch ol'eunntancM m mid
Kleiner bove a wcareity. erimlnal Can you sail that woroan'i
r hove loday la really a jnobla aaerlllc inck of mother instinct?
I1 t among the women of tne : Why, a point of view an sane and inti III
1 lower ClAMMi hut aniung gent as hers would not have been DM"
v . ire lurrounded by every s 'i'.o btfort womon were taught to think
wnoM CTCrj whim becomes a I i"tn
.I Who Bras mcn.ber i i:f seven
Gontln'jed Mrs. dimming.
"What bj even moro objection.
is tl.o fa -t that many of the
1 a omen will Dot have children.
If Will in t bejr the palfl and uf
rinf motberhood InvolvMi
"Hi- a :.:i.i, take the avci.ige winian
e. ho r.H two nr three children and
who does betonf to several cluba. It
is a caso of continual 'go- from morn
ing till night. The child goes to
BctlOOl at S.iln 0'OlOCki usually before
tlie mother nrljes. Krom then until
3 o'clock It remains under the ciro of
a teaciier. Returning home at 3 o'clo.'k
It tlnda the mother out at a club meet
ing, a luncheon or a hi blue part y.
Sometimes It becomes reticent, even
morbid, and develops a melancholy
nature. Sometimes it confides In the
servants, who, In many cafes, are
Illiterate and untntOrMtod."
The Club Woman's View.
Now at Central l'ark rVej and
Seventy-first street there Uvea one of
the very llnest and most ch.irmW.:
women anybody ever knew. She ha
fojnd time In the curse of a busy Ufa
to marry and to bring up a child of
her own and several other persons'
children; to wlte book! uji'l to boioni
to cluba and to make a great many
people love her. Her name Is lira,
Margaret Holmes Hates. There coul 1
not be any one better to comment upoi
Mrs. Cummlngs-.Ionea's opinion of the
club woman, so I went utralght to ber
"So the poor club woman la being
blamed for something again!" Smiled
Mrs. Hate. "1 am afraid you will
have to tell me all about It. I have
been ao busy I have just finished
book, 'Paying the 1" er' that I fear
1 have not been healing everything
that Is going i n."
"It la about children this time," I ex
plained. "Mrs. Cummtngs-Jonei so me
er bgt parodoxl -ally says e'.ub women
will not have (hem, and when they do
they will not cars for them."
"Now, there l lust one thing," said
Mrs. Hates rirrmy, i notloa Mrs.
Cttmnslngs. Jones speaks or lbs club
women a belonging to ths 'luxurious
ciaa where every whim becomes a
law.' That g Whers she I wrong l.i
j-e is 'gls of bar argumsut.
r'"t Mean Society Vomen.
"he - refilling to so-called 'foeiety
women,' und ClUb women are not ie-
cruiie i from tint Ural u
"Xho club WOmtU are f.:e lr.tellt-
gSttti thinking womon of Iks '"ay,
7ho nro aaoomplUklBg tbli.gs.
They aro net the women who
s. sad the:.- ti ro at receptions and
pbttllMSi CluVs are for the uetter
r -n'. cf Wma loyally, lntallcc
lUSllj r.r.d pbytleallr, end you cna
: i.'t UoucSt R WOlnaa alonr thane
111 ei, WltkOwt ldlroctly bci'entlnif
I .r BgfeMd 1 OklldrSn I her ou
r:ro homo Ufa, In fact."
"Then clubwomsa do have oblldrsnT"
of course they do wbtl nonsense:"
exelatmtd Mrs. Bates, "I will tell you,
t'.o.r.Th. what tile averngo clubnoaian
does not do: hc dees not have a large
fam.ly. A Woman "0" belongs t i -ev.
eia! slUbs Is M IntSlllaent to have a
number of ohlldren, 'She realizes that
do justlco to each child a id to her
t(i at least three yeurs, and poiiibly
live, should eluiisM between the birth of
each of her babies. Hiie knows that a
faml.y of four children Is, under i rdl
nary circumstances, all tli.it a woman
should have, and that In most cases two'
clilldren are uulte enough."
"And you do not call Unit lack of the
mother Instinct'" I asked.
Tha Proper Instinct,
"1 call It the proper mother Instinct,"
replied Mrs. Bates. "It Is unselfish. It
la not considering what you personally
aaay wish, but what Is ost tor the child
'Whit of the cluh women who neglect
their clilldren w hen t'hey do have them?"
"More nonsense," answered Mrs.
Bates. "Again, club Women are much
ton IntsHlgent to neglect thalr children."
Complete Assorlmcnt Iron in. SO to S,7l)o.
KRAMER FUR CO.
Ill M V VOUK,
IS EAST lTli ViKEET
Ilr. Hawaii! Wl M J mill Rth AVfe Nrw Vir!t.
T:iUt r)iltir 1i hi ..i.-iulr -nil- -nmiii.
CHILD BITTEN BY RAT
14 TIMES IS DYING.
WASHINGTON, Dae. 1 With fo ir. j
teen rat bites on her body, Idobe Lewis,
the two-year-old daughter of M. Lewis
of this city. Is dying fr oi blond poison- !
Ing. Mrs. Lewis WM awakened by tha
child's cries. Lighting the gas, the
mother saw a blr rat disappear.
A physician os summoned and tne
WOUnda were cauterir.ed, but the child
did not escape Infection,
We can fit any bean with
That comes f being
Headquarters for all the
The "Arrow" you like
yonr quarter size your
particular style is bound
to be here.
Whether it's high, low,
standing, folding, or wing.
Our witlc variety i-, wid
Have you seen the new-
I est "A r r 0 W s" "iunbs
Club," "Clifton" and "Bed
ford"? all have the "Ant-
Any "Arrow" collar, 2
LEX. to 3 &LSB& ro GOVS
Our Greatest Holiday Club Sale
of Renowned Walters $550 List
1911 Puritan Concert $li)
Grand Upright Pianos, 03
Here is an opportunity to purchnse the Finest Piano
manufactured in the world at 1 o value. Don't wait -buy one
To-morrow, before the great holiday niah sets in.
REMEMBER There is Only Four Weeks to Christ.naa.
A7IL it J
i 3ua m i. 1
mmm urn i tn
ir-M'-v I ii eseawSaSSi n e i I "f"!-!'
Any One Is Entitled to Join This Club
'n, i f r? i s idrif yu to di m at mm o Dm itM v t U N atoUMMd i )u MMM
Uattl), fof c are niir.e tlu club ulll Le ottfaMnttfOMq wltbtu u man liMi.
We Charge Nothing for Joining
Have yon seen them
The little unseen tabs on
Everything m e n and 1
Roobbi Peet & Company, :
Thrcr Droadway Storfj,
Is la Si
lir. H, B. Wai tis says:
"Ke iioitnr wlist in i nnr Mfl
sas '.f.,..t "ii'uitt i b it. r pisae ih.
. Hut tlie n lli i I'unt.ni rijriu. ll li,,ld tbrlr rl ). mrll n I
uci i ..in 11; ntuei 1 1st." wi Iran if. In tart, the Wilier. 1'itrtlan
i, i-si ii ifttlaw, aiei hi ut.e purehailai ais swkea Ini i i tu3
tut ret in 1 lie WH.rlil.
West Wonderful WoWav Salt of
i nii ii. ii oo t; i it;?
$i,uuu yvuui'ts oo noie mas-
-,.(... I'.',. ,r P', rw r ft. f
ttrfivr iiiyi-i I .tiKU X sffjs. '
Uuthts, .... pJJJ
Finest player piano made, with
twelve rolls cf music, chair and
COVer, $10 Down and $2 per Wtek.
Free Extraordinary Offer Jjjj
morrow n bagutiful
will civc free of chafga to
very rnirchnsri of h ninno to
,ilk embroidered scorf, u i-l.nir with back, and cover.
Other Walters Pianos in this GREAT SALE
Walters 1373 LUi Btyle B
Wnlteri $4r.o List
Bgottalor Pinii j .
Walteri s-7". Liu
Walteri 1600 List Btylt e-nnn
Lexington Piano . . . ?lt"
Ann ! W.-.ltrri $6S0 Lit St vie tf-o'ir
''- Hudson Piano. $060
Style tf.971- Waiter! (1,000 List Celr- cevr
?ci.i brated Baby Grand Piano poiO
I'l.SKST IN Till
K iITION lei TUB UIPK
'K.ATINO ACtlONil HICM 1 Ml
nuUI.U. i.l lit Ml. Uli I '(Jit ;
CONTAIN, Alt I,
11 flsno tnr ( n .1 ttit.s lieslllifill BSW asttstl PUSO
eai ale i iiiui in irt parmest "..'I sou iniy iv tny bsli
s rr,'rrtiiUtitr n ii .all.
-BLOOHmDALtS; Ltx. to 3d Ave., SSth io 60tn if.'
Above and bryond
all Bloomingdales' is
the family stare,
the ct'rry need of
every member of the
family doing it
beat and to their
I Transfers etwl fc rh n a II niehs. as s t- at wOr inr hsje, eUl ba hati'le.1 tou br our
iHnarure agrsi st Cehnafant drew, snHsg it ike smss as tasags
w . m B M JW MM m M m m mm MM Ar m ar mr tMf-
near Lexington Avenue
Open from R A. M to 4 P. M.
J q1 allowed on all special
" accounts. Receives
deposits subject to check.
A Specialty I Mad of
liMuint Draft on Ireland
Xmas Sale of Gold Diamond Jewelry at Bloomingdales'
Heir you will have (he opportunity of mnkinp votir srlrrtintm
from a hro;"l and rumprehcnsive collection.
Solid l.i.ld Hlinol K I n ii h Solid (.id. I la Valllawaa. tir.,.,iri
f..i tinmen ntiil ' il. -ikh- s" Hh iicirls. anietlK.is
... . ; , in - anil sii i-.iinr
inensn aasori-i effeeta sini line
in. 'in . specially I ol artisii,- nrk
.ri-. .i at priced si
I i n 1
(spii ntiid eariot) .
You can depend upon every piece of jewelry you buy at
BLOOMINGDALES' and price, the lowest in the city.
Solid (..,1,1 I), mil, lull Silk I oha H h s.,11'1 S'.l'l t rlin-
4 nil Hill Ions. A (rest
it t irl ,,f I,,' w
i si tarns
Baaaa but i obs tvlth r,i.,
ills nionils. $,t.9N.
Solid (.old (nil lliitfonsj. I)iimbt,ri
si ) le
rltli stiffened puMs
Collar Ping. In pairs 1
nil s,.,(l K.inl. tin
fi""" I1 Srarl Tills. lilr, fl,,r.. m, nnmil.r
st)lc Is nilsslna new ones In
' in specially pried QQ
Others si SI. J.I in s.sii.
them; mora than,
I nun pairs In,
stink a rich a
r,, 1 1 spi
(old I orkets.
All shapes and
styles fur pictures.
others from $V00
Others from 11.28 t,, 7.S0.
Claapa. U a ad so
Solid (.old Pocket Knives.
riiiin rancir: x bladea; St on
sperlsll) prlcer ,,t 1.09
Solid Gold llro Ilea. Undottbtadls
a larger aesortmenl than can ba seen
iinintt.r. else; iiiiiii,' p,,,'iiiir style
hi,, i imi'iy iiini nea 'n.'
specially priced in
Others st $1 h'l to $1 on
a:il etfe- .s. uf
il t.ers al S.S.00 to $15,110.
Solid t.ol.l I i". n Cutters
Kt.iiian or li..
priced at. .
ii hers at
Solid (.old Match Safes.
Plain fur m.tnoaram;
f ii I t era
lern snllil a. tl.l
In all cnltir
s peel all) yO
priced t I aC
faille clasps V il ll
diamond chips 'isi
( n her cl i.p at
l.s5 In S.75.
Solid (.old Snap lirnccleta.
I'hasnd or enaraved. slses e .
for tins,-, or ,mi"n, iM Cl
special!) priced at t.OV
Others at $0.00 to $25. M.
(;ol(l Hearts, plain
,,r fancy pe- gjQ
dally priced i lsL
( ii hers at NC o $2.75.
Gold II I'll I I S set with
I I IS.' III. I I I I. I I .
itiflie sle, , O"
dally prie d at .
others at II.M t
Voile & Lingerie Waists
'I lie Voile Waists art hand emlroidered and trimmed
villi eliiny inserting, back and sleeves are cluster
tucked; COUara and CUffS (ire tucked und trimmed
with i luny mscrtiiiii. Unuaun'lv k'0l 9
'I he l ingerie W aists nre tastefully trimmed with
yoke ol lace, eyelet embroidery and lace Inserting)
1 nek. collur and i ulfs finished ivith luce
Inserting und tucking, There arc ( new $ '
models to select from, at
Ar. nn extra nttraction, we will offer Allovcr Kyc
Ict l.mhroidorv Waists, with medal
lions on front, at the irresistibly low $
Women's Skirts Worth fro QC
Up to $8.00 at - - - $itO
A Great Three-Hour Sale To-morrow
I Friday) Morning, from 10 to 1 o'Clock.
This is one of the best opportunities of the season to buy
a real good skirt at a very low price. The materials are wool
Panamas, voiles, mixtures and broadcloths, in black, navy,
brown, gray, reseda grid mixtures, all r.ew and smart models
and very well tailored. Sizc3 23 to 36 waistbands, and 37 to
43 inches long.
WaSMs'i Skirt st.ire. Ittoat! Fleer, Mxa st. silt.a.
1 1 ;i wL
- ' I IIIIMIM.ll ills
Sale of Good Heavy Underwear
lirtsand Men's 1.M Natural Wool ShlrU)
rrg double front, double r-7 f
71JC ,.;'-" 79c
$ i . 25 Knot 'n Undam ar
ill ..v. e i ., in nut oral WOI
nil sires; leduced p
v.ei ! t natui
Ribbed Cotton Underwtar, also medium
ii wool underwear: in all siren; at
Womon'a Whito Sha I
neal'.v Pi'nmti!, long Of
short Itoeves, volute pun.;,
to natch i at
Womon'a Bhgptd VmU, Pnnta
and l ights, merino and grm
COttOn, all sizes j nil I f)
v a s
Friday Fresh Fish Specials
Our new department ol Fresh Meals, Poultry, Pish, Kruit and Vegetables
has prepared I variety Ol lisli firsl, from tie waters that would thklc the
palate oi any I pJcUfl These arc egtfg s; Bciall as to prue;
Luny. blgod Cod Flab, lb, 7c
Ntwporl Haddock, ib St
I inc HglibUt, at per lb I at
Logf lland Flouodtra, lb ... 7t
Fresh Vegetables and Fruits Special
Mmhroomg, Una s'zc Ib Mc
Choice CraobgrrUt, ii 9c
Onionii No. o Basket of white,
yellow or red, at 2?,i
V.iilnga (irtipis, very fine, Ib
Frgab Strgwbgrriei, flnesi
city i,t the lowest r it I
Grocery Specials for To-Morrow:
Ho Mail Orders tilled tor the Following)
64c Ptum Puddinp,, Harccastle's, No. 2Cana
10c Quaker Oats, Per Package
12cTcmatoes,Large Cans, 'ri
Gur 3!c. a La Carte Ccfl'ce, extra fine, per Ib.
Mixed Tea, sold elsewhere for 40c, per lb . . .
15c Maine Corn, our highest grade, per can ..
;.i .-ti ; it i fl
Our in . IIAI'.I.V JUNK P13AI
Our 1 Is. MAHI.T JUNK I'llAg,
. iUr 1 Bo, HIITTtiO l'i ' . can .
Dur e, UAR'IB 8IJ(1 tH PI! , '
our le, I'anc'v gal i.i. Pa. As1
Our Sc. KPINACK. lata eia.
in: i sa,
.'ur SOr PKAKft OILr-lre
pes i. iii ; stfatalaine i
Christmas Sale of Fine Furs
To-morrow (Fridayl we will offer one of
the most remarkable aggregations of fur bar
Rains riew York has ever seen.
Every fur sc' and every fur coat in the
'' ,!'' '' " ' ' 'i Iv If '.. 'V, I at, 1 llli.'a-
We cannot guarantee that the quan
tities will last throughout the entire day.
Therefore, if you are interested in any of
these remarkable offerings we advise you to be
Men's I ur-l.lned Coats
S2 inches long, at
W o m e n
W omen's Hudson or ggj m g tg
$IS.(I0 Pony Put Sets. Chnpclle dye.
ra h, bin k Russian pony-skin sets, com
prise a large pillow mulT with bordered
edi;c, the centre of which is worked up
in Broadtail style. There (t f. f I
is also n stylish Paris ' SlJ
scurf at .. PfUM
Fancy Persian iaw Sata, beautiful Qual
ity; muff has It scollops and three
beads and paws; semi ghej A fx r
has f, scallops and 1 I fill
( ' - - .mmm
P o n y
neadi and paws; prici
Bhtck Lj nt Paw Scarfs, beautiful, flossy fur, worth up to $18,
Sable and Natural Squirrel Paw Sotg,
in hand scarfs, large ru muff, at ....'....
large, and four
Persian Paw Seta, large litfOW tie, with bat ends, 58 inches
long, large pillow mulf, at
MOCK LjrtU Paw Sets, Ascot tie. 58 inches long, fancy
rug muff, with heads and tads, ut t
m ,,oMiM.i,i i
China and Bric-a-Brac for Gifts
A Typical Bloomingdalc Sale
M-'' I -A';
SI. SO tin, orlcil
Sl.M) Jgfggggg China
' nJf,Vr"0-: '1 ClKicnlalc Set.
tii'.v ( ' Tea I'ul. SiiRar
XXwtOfil'V -rcam Set Jgp.Chii
at Very Special
V all s
SI. SO HggdPg(ggd Auslrlan Cliinn Wall Plaqueg, Vases, etc.
II.M Vase., re roduction of tbe Rcokwood pottery, ........
II.M Hcrry Sets, imported decorated china, 7 pieces
$1.50 COsgpgggfg' Heir teins, impcrted, with pewter covers.
111 DOMINdll l I
$7.50 Pictures Will Be $2.94
IN THF. BLOOMINGDALE ART
GALLERIES TO MORROW
Ju.t received, an entireW new cniier.
"on ol . -I i rrs, ' 'Pitt llv executed.
an iwn irl itr, and including a
vanity ol interior, cattle, marine
a j ',i iits..i,u lanuscapes,
HI ire in h ,v l.i-b.utv.he I frames,
V ':'. proti I. ,, bos .eel Ao gsk m
ti ureslsOx Ifiinehts, a7gf
' i' '.' i ii-iii hi
Jvj'cT . -,,-Jjjs7 i ' ' V at
, .,' oetssi' ". -i ,
IIIMIIVl.ll I I S-
$1 Kid Sale of $4.50 Svrian
Made ol good ipiditv ki I. in tan
Mid blown. They are lined, all sizes.
We bought a very lag,- quantity of
tl.( in; that is why Wg can I I I tbem
i i such a very low puce,
Mtft'l ti.IS sClss C0MI al 89c
I I1t , , , vk srtSSBS.
I.,,., tie i oi mi, . - - 's 1 .
Ca I ,, hl Vt
all sues, very spc
firms' and C rh'
Those for bovs
have star a u I
binge, while tl oae
for tbrii arc i ilain .
in black and tan; all sites.
Ecyi' a'id Girls' C'oves at 44
Lilted and unlincd, in tan an. I
brown , all si es.
" i,nitiirs, , ,
Wall Paper at 5c
MlsSUKre.'! 13 f!4 W miihII lolv W tM
i -ki. Hum t tiUtrvly, Tim p i "
uhsti 'i ii,.- tatty i w itrlfff. Iiuludttl tt
t'niu. ft . I id, l.i mil , nll'ifr ui. I ii ilftini
'-" .. t.t; it i u.l "ii, gim-ij lui-tu iii'i
Scarfs at $2.79
lave you seen
such n remark
able value in
car's as the one
wc will oiler
to morrow 'Fri
day!. They are hand
B y r I n
pan;;le 1 scarfs
in white and r.U.
ver tnd bsactj
and silver, in
I ym metrical
and various Mo
han medan le- i
r.lgns. One i f these would make
an ideal Christmas gift. Not very j
many m None C. O. 13.
and none to d-.u-rs
at the xccptioiially
low price of
lists 11 oar, siittvt Dept., It'roet. Cestre.
fA. M" TIT
ksr? -v.. k-
iliiif m '
The itre of Certain Satisfaction, BLOOMIN (DALES' , Ux. to 3d At., SDth to 60th St.
ism i ii faunas swam