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MF.S. NELLIE NICKBRBON. Hfcc tmeamt Ma -woman from drownlny on Sunday. A WOMAFS BRAVERY. Box Mrs. Xickerson Helped to Save Tico Girls' Lives. "My crew hc!>^ed. "She's a hero.' when I came up with the two pirls. ■-Here: I said. 1 don't know where the hero ccrr.e* ta— l only did my duty. I'd have dived after th* do& If he'd f •■(• over.' '• That Is lbs «v Mrs. Nellie Nlekerson. of No. €5 Etrong Place. FrAokl\-n, who on Sunday caved two f".r:« from fevwnii off Hoffman's Island. In the lower bay. iiftcr hiring; to save their four men conspanJor.s, winds up her story of how It all Opened. Sire Xickfrpon is n small, frail woman, who probably does not weigh one hundred pounds. Her l»ce 1? of the tyi* dear to the pre-Raphaelite jatt^rs. her eyea ar*> large and blue and the raisses cf r.cr dark hair are parted Madonnawlse its a broad forehead. Ordinarily she is so deli- Hi she cannot lift a air. •1 am the owner of th.-» tug Sarah E. Wetherlll. £ which my husband is the engineer." she told a Rfflwae reporter. "I had not been out in her for H months till last Sunday, when I decided a day 2 the water would do me good. About noon, as r« were towing a four-masted schooner to City :iacd. that storm which caused bo much loss of tt a!?r;p the coast, struck us. The schooner, UCh v\is uvQer full sail, swept along at a rapidly reaslTis speed, and it was only by cutting the sjser sad reversing the wheel that we escaped a? broken in two by her. As it was. she rammed Me in our bull, bo that we were really in a dls- M Ftate ourselves when some one, glancing; out ■fee engine room, where we had all gathered In (hon« of keeping dry, cried, *Why, there's a boat ;ez«J * 1 rushed out to find the 23-foot cat boat A boating turtle only a .short distance away a Ds. while four men and two girls were floun- Sg about in the water, holding on to her hull as 2as they could. The pirls were nearly gone. I •ii Ef -0, especially one of them. She was black the face and the blood was gushliag from her » wiJ mouth. "Eushi!.? to the bow, where lay a hawser as bis By two wrists, and co heavy that I should not ftarfly Orram r>t lifting even one end, I flung it the girls. But it fell short, dropping close to *2>.en. I paw that unless help reached the girls B they would go down for the last time. "Tor God's sake, don't let those girls drown 1' rleij to the crew, and running to the point near t. them. I stooped down, one foot over the bul *As, arid stretching; out my hand to -them, cried, a you mich?' Another second and I should have •td in after them, when the two. brought within teh by 2 wave, .-•■' my outstretched hand in ■fcth prip, pulling me over end down. "TV? cnrri.3 up as easily and <j\ilckly as we went i"*E, rising to tlje surface between the tug and kfspslzcA catboat. When our men saw us they ; i>d a pr*-:it shout and dragged us in over the ft side-. Hoy, my little dog. helped in the rescue 'ten he could, running up and down and barking sr.ecly, end when we got the poor things into > engine room, he worked as hard as any one to ~4 then to. The men gave a cheer for Boy." fo. Kickervon can't remember, to save her life, I » sh« f pit while all this was going on. jlrj^Fs I didn't icel anything," she said, simply. Ml things were happening to me just the same, Mrbea I came up my body was alt black and :*.: *. Th^rr- v/«»r« no open wounds -only a mass of V-s*s. I could not afford to collapse, though, not 'flat early ptag.j of the game. I went through of dothing for the girls, and we poured '-■ coTTee (inv.-n th^ir throats and stimulants, but '-Twere too sick 10 take much, having swallowed -ialot of salt water. For the most part we just jT.tojreth'-r. sitting huddled in a heap as near -^t-girje tire :*« we could get, .".« didn't r-ach , oklyn till Monday morning. 2* *«■ dro-.e to my bouse, where I laid the • •6* out in my hospital, while I fixed them ••■* J .th decent clothing. /*•»*♦•' Mrs. Xickerson smfled sympatheti <-r "Ch, y<^c. but they w(tp too much shaken •■*? mnch. Thi'v just raid, 'Thank you.' " toM (a Tuesday"* Tribune, the occupants of ,£,'-wf we J,vman W. Wardle, V.'iiliam Bei •-• Frederick Stetter. Frederick Kookagey and jf **o tisH •,-.-, Alice and I^ouise. girls of eighteen j -^'•»!n-r, • -ime Mrs. Nickerson has I -'■^f ™ not t!le firPt time Mrs. Xickerson has -M !:>. s?or.i.' y< :irs ago she dived in after her ... sa<J his .viinpanlon. i, it the latter died two ■wri after h<-->.i:z taken from the water. . l learn**! to swim before I can remember. I j gj always been f<<nd of the water, and used ; :. <>".tlr to si..:ri<3 three and four boars In It %«Krftrh." the sakl. by way of explanation. CTC T , a ? h *r lovf of and familiarity with the water ;^. j*i her to Ko ii n to the gate find harbor towing 2? &ru * *° 5-*5 -* hor own manager. Mrs. Nic.k ~«i a Euniilar ■■.-.- down in Rroad and South ■[« for «be does all her own collecting. ,■. no, 1 npver p<=t boated— a bit of It!" IJJ» nailing aFs«-rtJon. "And lam always »y *lth the finest courtesy, too." ££J? rot te*"i tor an attack of appendicitis. JVv? TJn>r a st!! >' of f.ve months In a hospital, j EL*!9F«r«>n would have been her own pilot j '■S tlJs - ■->■ R;y weakness has kept me from taking g<gnnnitfon.**.;ghe said. "I am ambitious to ; ■* =r own wLee!." KXMEIt SUGGESTIONS. DISCIPLINING DAUGHTER. «g7* ***<<-' vacation was Inspired by a domestic j^^The which occurred in a family comprising ttJ'V* botuemother, isiaeM engrossed father. trcthcr. dauchtor. aged seventeen and the ■*•*• v - said vacation, younger brother and n**^ s """ m ' '"""-'■■""■ "»»■ j..i ■■■—■— 5> ©F BEEF l! >r forty ;.<:ue ■■ th« most concentrated «.- form of be«f. *« otter beef extracts came later, Jj» # do not approach the great in efficacy, economy and '«ac flavor. fsrfect Purity Guaranteed. f[ not approach the great I in efficacy, economy and vor. rv Guaranteed. ttM'JST have THIS 3<raat*j» *° 'we. or It's not cent** £rfu« T ,° f h0 fam!ly £pec!es of Eiala - clec^a. by virtue of ion*, faithful service, vico-mistress of tho household. On one of Annie's day's out the mtetrew token with a su« en illness which Boon auocumbod to treatment, but necessitated rest. It seemed selfish to send for Annie. Therefore, when the daughter returned from hi h school, a daughter r£« h , ad^ b€en 1 reared -wording to modern stand by ml «f U °hi °«n« n £ nd or nainentation. she-a verlta mum I ntVr i Plams - after wh!ch » h « collapsed ff^K,?".""^ «,t£ 7. r * a Btern Qu«et«« from father and a traitor. r " from the dau * «- checked the little An c , 1 1ay a* bre £ Wa6t the mother had recovered. An unusual fervidness In father's rrace, a pre ?,?^!f d<>t<>rmin «tion in the mother and an In 3"^*.1"5 from Annle - ths returned; gave Aft^r b;L kkeyk w cv i d !I? cc of the P«vlou8 meal's fiasco! vo^t^^Sv^ce 1 " 01^ WV « *"' « d aEp S s U l^" 15 kitchen! An earthquake and sav nfe eß a,f°d UU alda Id tTcIJSV?^? 01 * meM! " Wl " t- " thl h nighr 88 k refl le°r1 e°rt 1lon:1 lon: Cr ultimatum - deducted from haw*a 8l f nri« to Y at Ome thls SUTnm «-. Annie shall ourtno t? rl °, u? J- and dau Pht e r and I shall spend h^.4^r n n s^ kl nfotU OU s r^LT king le88On " »* ♦»il i s W S S d . one ' with and rebellions on £m«£L* h Hy 8 part ' at flrst; wlth lnfin "« Patience. rhT«f m P™^*, 00 the mother's, as .he Btrove «ii»iV F , u^™ cr to deem her mlntaken guidance of ie £ d ? ficl T ent chU i- An enjoyable vacation? No. a Inasmuch as "change" constitutes rest A success? \es. the daughter sraduating a model housekeeper; a helpmeet to a possible husband N. G. It WORKING IN THE COUNTRY. I have been much Interested In reading the dif ferent suggestions of how to pass the summer comfortably if one has only small means. We for get the Master did not please Himself, but always considered others. If we would bear this In mind we would not think so much about the little dis comforts which are sure to arise, and especially if we are not busy. I found this spring I would have to leave my husband in the city and remain In the country with my mother, who Is an Invalid. While I am fond of the country. I did not like the thought of being separated from my husband. I fully under stood if I was to be of comfort to any one. I must have something to keep me busy I chose- a SSdS? 1 S it*£ house^with lar^eTard a£d Vegetal,* garden- It was such a neglected old place that I cot it very cheap, and I set to work to make It not only look attractive, but to be productive It did seem a hard task at first, but with a good strong man. whom I hired by the hour I soSn *saw signs of Improvement. I found I gained In strength by working a few hot , each day In the yard, so that I assumed the whole care of my mother and £»« fiii*S by navln ff the laundry sent out The air £ a l£ 11 ? d wlt £. sweet f° n *« *" the^ong day. and Slvta? Ml would , pour *>«■*" their tnknks giving. The days passed very quickly and I was ft° rde< V )y , inß theftlV **** send forth fttV™ ' and « lo! my «* rd *». which looked so barren, was soon covered with green and we are now enjoying the sweet flowers and alec 7 fresh vegetables, and have , plenty to spare for our neighbors. We can truly say our summer has been beneficial; my mother has lmprovedlrrfteinh and w!,^!,.' d i W for * et the discomforts, fof our blessings have been greater. Mrs. C. F. P. A/f\fSHINP GOOD CHEER. Hire yon had a kindness shown— Pass It ob. 'Twm roi Given (or you elona— Pa«« It on. Let It travel down th» years, Let It wipe another* tears. Till la heaven th* deed appears. Pasa It on. THE RAIN 6OXG OF THE ROBIN. Oh. the rain eon* of the robin! How It thrills my heart to hear The rain song of the robin In the summer of the year ! How I long for wings to Join him where his carol poureth free. And for words to beg the secret of his magic min strelsy. Does he sins because he revels In the fury of the In the thunder and the lightning does he find a hid den charm? Or, with prophet eye, enraptured, does he see the darkness past, And the beauty which shall blossom when the clouds disperse at last? When the rain on me descended and Thy clouds about me roll, * Grant, O God, the power of singing to my tempest shaken soul! May I Bee Thy mercy shining far beyond the outer gloom! • _ May I hear Thine angels chanting! May I see Thy lilies bloom! —Kate Upson Clark. MONET RECEIVED. " A generous friend at Flushing, Long Island, has sent $20 for the emergency fund and $30 for the outing fund; J. R.. of New Jersey, $1 for the out- Ing fund; M. S. C, $1, and a dime, from "the one In the mountains" who made the dime suggestion, and who wishes many may have the privilege of enjoying country air; Miss McCoy, 10 cents for fund; Mr Brooks, 35 cents; Miss Whiting. 60 cents for badges, and "C. and E.," Vermont. $6 50 for the outing fund. REQUEST FOR GO-CART. President of the T. S. S.: Will you allow me to appeal to you In behalf of a little helpless child? I am a teacher in a summer school of the Children's Aid Society. Every day there is brought to my kindergarten a lovely little three-year-old girl who is paralyzed from her hips down. Ido not believe that ehe will ever walk. «__^_.. If some kind Sunshine friend has a comfortable co-cart or carriage that she would send to this lUtle helpless girl it would bring much sunshine and comfort Into her sad little life and her poor mother and I would be PERSONALS. The T. 6. 8. is glad to announce that Mrs. George Perkins L*wton, president of the Saratoga branch, who has been seriously ill for the last three week with heart trouble, is reported better to-day and hopes to be out in a short time. Her sister. Mrs. Walter H. Hanson, who has been visiting her. has returned to her camp at Charleston Lake. Canada. The Misses Minnie and Marguerite Walker. daughters of the president of the Elm City branch. N Sr 'SK? Bowl""* 1 wlll^e' Son th!. J& gjffl gweLfW* ?£ines. r *oV fiE l will t Uend th two M week. at Woodstock. and Atlantic City. Bpnnotti O f West 91st street. *:% JKffi; Presby to IP**** <™«* —" « IHvSSars ssts swaps K Mri IX Pheb?Han is bavins a delightful •umm.r at "&&%*%; Pussier, of Brooklyn. spent b«r vac, tioa at Gardiner, N. T. FOB A LIBRARY. Mr. Brooks, who Is to «-taWtob a aonsWae £=Z33 ContinentavKle, N. T.. received twenty . ii.J book* ii'"» the KH.-n.l V'S-e jresierdaj'. so | NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1. 1006 SPECIAL EUROPEAN COLUMNS. European Ad\ ert'isemcnts. - REMOVAL NOTICE. Kindly note that tho European offices of Th» New-York Tribune have been removed from No, 149 Fleet street to the modern office build- Ing. "Danes Inn House," No. 265 Strand (over, [poking Aldwych and KTngsway), London. LONDON SHOPS. PETER ROBINSON Ltd. 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Autc«afss«. Motel Prinz Carl. SBSill^S^IJ £ Ilic " llSt beautiful and E|^ U li a tU Si % modern In Germany. Ssi Four Seasons hotel NUREMBERG } ?ssssr WURTTEMBERGER-HOF STRASSBURG nSI WIESBADEN, Kote! de Luxe. Hotel WIESBADEN } S,™^ Palace Hotel * Bant. WIESBADEN FURSTENHOF HOTEL HOTEL HOHENZOLLERN WIESBADEN d&S&B&s^ On a mlmernl »(Wina" tin bath*. WIESBADEN I (ipi>ositk Ki-R-pAHc IMPERIAL HOTEL Foreign If r sorts. >»»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ Tho Best Hotels aro;;; PALACE HOTEL. HOTEL GARNI.; ; SAVOY HOTEL HOTEL MUCH, MOTEL KURHAUS. I HOTEL O'ORANQE.| SEASON 1906 Polo Matches, Races, Grand Knr snal. Concerts, RnyalYiaitora, CLUB PRIYJ?, Perfect >urt Bathing, Splendid Hotels, Beantlfnl Ills? Postal Cards seat free. Address- Sscreiary, Ostend, P>elgianu AUSTRIA, HUNGARY <£ SWITZEELA2TD AUSTRIA) VIENNA "Si * HOTEL BRISTOL Located on the FnshTortablo Karntherrirtj, and the favor. resort of American*.. Per fect French Cuisine arjd.cholc* v. me*. BUDAPEST GO HOTEL HUNGARIA First-flas* Hotel with Panoramic \i«»w o. er tha Danube. t>er> modern comfort. L\ctusive Ameri can A tnqlish patronage. trtAßlt»» J. BLKbtK, Manager, formerty of Imperial Hotel. Vienna. aUSTRIA.— The Tyrol HOTEL I',,- Tyrol HOTEL TYROL MMSBRUCK l>rii*[itrui j plraaMtaMt Mil lan K^- Wjaa fort. J'horonghlj a.io.i.ri.. CmaS ?tonntiLn ■TW brochure trrr Orounds. Wslto tar iUn^Uatea ■ m hroclmre, free. a - CARLSBAD }*m L BASLE. HOTEL £UL£R Opposite Central Station GENEVA. Grand HOTEL tfe !a PAIX ■NTEHLAKEM.-r^' S?sEfllNfl.-HOTa JUMaFRAUBUCSC ™:I)ILICMTTT;i VIEWS OVER ,GLACIE3S AND t AKC3. J. OESCK-inrLIXH, Pro>r,«/or 9 Utuii;: LA USA Sy £ sroxor: cae.\C2. L GRAND HOTEL Lid., Co., Hotels Beau Site. & Rche-Moai. The Modern Hotels of f..un.inne. Superb Tim of LaJce mm* Msstauii. Vest American and English Iteizonaji?. m^EVEY f 6rand fiotel **i ml I Palace hold Xkf OPEN ALL TMS SEAR .SOUND/ V leading Hotels, prlvsta baths and «!] modern •Improvements. MICHEL. MO T £U X ,«v,rzrßu.x D . Gd ! HOTEL BELMONT lU-rlt fjulet location. Gr.nil -vie it of r-alc M 3lonntu!n=. Garden. Terrace*. Teaoi» eta* Proprietor* I.M.KK-llHMllSii.N r^"r*on»l jnaiujer' TTURICH (V( V , o ilY^ D ) ** The Baur au Lac. ITALY AJJD SOUTH QF FRANCS. U "EDEN PALACE." GENOA HOTEL. ;'.s; SA¥OY HOTEL. the Li.Kin\r. Hnrti. of rrvn< 'i- Also Hotel do Lor\dres. * HS3H AM RaI T lwa s rTlcl " > t»- Tel CKT »pli. Hi» LAPfI Lu^»K« ReKlnered. MILAN, I-tft. Electric Tl-'ht. If] HOTEL DE LA V'JLLE NAPLES HOTEL BRISTOL •■I //. >//!<" tram Home." (and Imperial. Chasaonlx> VENICE. "-5-^- GRAND HOTEL. ""I LUST* ll*. . Kr.tit.ii.. of .« i —, A. PIANTA, pa tho tlmml Osn-tt. Ma-»i» r ENICE. U n tp| 1 Cm-rtCkn.o. * Royal Hotel -"™- Royal Danieli "_™ - * Steam Heal. Al I MUDKKV COUFOKTS NEWLY' KUintU.- KaOiir^ Ticket*.