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Ju?lL i?HARLB Inmates of Daughters of Jaco Home Visit Site of Their New Building. ONE OF PARTY AGED 10 Mischievous Youngster of 10' Sits Up Late Talking of Gloriovs Trip and May Yet Get Spanking. ], the front Datii H x" ' - Baal Broadway Ule "Aunt! her young nepbeu I.. I. nlneteei other young whom climbed Into fo ? ; thai Immediate! down ami p rred the ray part oil ? and Finis p ? . ? n t !" ?1 '.lit Nlipp, I \ ! ???? ' packe j oui g nephi t< bed, and bb p BB) Lit? n .' ,,'ciock. Bui when Bup? i tend? \!?..-.-? Ki ug< ? ipstali f?t i" o'clock I rial \\tu:t> T'?,! . Bert I rho is older I ting bo let ? ? ? bed and eg The; Bd a? Bt t" Mr. KniRcr , v ed I opoi 1er tha Bar? silvermar. had more than one tempted some rounj otaj u< late, wklck ?- ? ) - "!l r' al tting UM Old iol BIN I pranks. Little "AuBtjr" Ettel, thougl <>niy eight reara older than Bert one threatened to ?.r^nk him for gsttlng hi ? new hatO \;n'.f. BttOl || t ? fss aientha ? rara old, hi ItepbSW Is onlv < ighty-six years old an? Hert IS M BO H OSfl " BseSi OS whs pohated out that Hert 1: getting tar too to lead jrsauagsr ehapi astray, and a ? dose, of cours,? h, ? All Over Sixty Years Old. i home are eighty men. and IS. ??.en, each of whom If over sixty yean Of Bga. The place Ifl like a boardnu school. Rert Sllverman is the dandy o ?lient aial also the cut-up ?trolling shout the halls with a pinl tonnlere la ids frock coal lapel, per Bdkerchiefa and polished booi ? ? gn st?rbe the pases of mind ol lb a x ?i irtteularly youna. Ct ;ia Tucker, who la the prettiest vu: ther.- and only ninety-tive years old tendent Kruger took the i*an.> for the ride tor tin- reason: A lot of th? folks In the houa? want 10 have some ol i frlsnda 01 relatives COUM and BOMd ihe few reaaalnlng reara with them, and iv can't he don?', becsuss there isn't any mor, room. So. ; l. ? and girls who want BQtnOllllllg real badly, the] ea? I Bight ?et down on their knees and They prayed that they COUld Boon move uptown where their big new be built; they pray? d ! that UM house WOUld BOIUl he built Vfl'i Waiting >>ars aod years ?rlthout anything ?ver bsppenlng toward that joy end, they persnsded Mr, Krugsi al Uast to 1st thorn go up and bare a io,.k at the ?round upas flrhlch the house is goiriK to be erected m<?i of them wore afraid that if some areaithy people didn't hurry up and subscribe t ?usugh money With which to build, why, they would 'ire of waiting and die. And so they took tin ii<i. op there and looked wsaaderfngly al the empty Iota tii rty-six of them. At Bret Mr, Kroner e ?dared rery hard and fast just how srsa going to g? t enough money to four int.- tOUriag Cars He asked Max ?chwarta, ?>f "little Hungary " who said "I'll send 'cm around to-morrow noon." Grow Wsary from Listening. i^ast night In the great ban sa the ground floor, where ali the folks gatbei and exchange the gossip of the day?how the affair hOttTSBU Miss ?'?'(ilia and Bert la llk<]> to terminate, what particular devi.:-' ,,,w' prank young MaSOB was aav,,i tiwn by hi? aunty?there was only a quarter of the usual gath?-rlng. You see, wh?n "Aunty" Ettel. M OB OB. Boat Cecilia and the others returned from their ride, had their supper and Joined the gath? ering, the news they told was so Strangs and exciting that It tired out the folks that listened. Most Of them went to bed ??aily, or sat around In silence and turasd BBBT In their mln?ls the wondrous Isle they just heard Mast of them agreed that it was BSton? filing how "Aunty" Ettel could hav. atoo th? reaponolbUlty of having been in charge ?if such a mischievous CTOWd dol? ing Kuch a wild, wild tear. And there slie ?as sitting in her chair over I,y the grSBI fir?, hands folded In her lap, and looking for all the woihi as if she bad merely spent her usual quiet arid peaceful day CALLS FLIRTS USELESS Radcliffe College Head Says They Are Despicable. ' Ky Teh-graph lo The TllbUB? . 1 tun. Nov. 10?I.e Union K. BrtggBt lent of Kad< liffe ?'orltge, IB BUS labst book condemim the girl lili t. though he does not use thai term. 'The delib? ?rate, oyateaaatk and indiscriminate use I of personal fascination- the use of BOWet for the pleasur?- of ex?i, Isinn it and for no good end." is the way he puts It. Tersonal charm." writ? s Dean Hriggs, "is one of the great and unexplained flit* of heaven. Personal ?harm, self? teeogniaed as part of one's eapltal lbs po?ei to fascinate man consdoualy asad to give zest to life, bOOOmsa aliuost BSS> Blcable; at tb/p vry least it tsndl to mak?- a girl useless and leads her to making men useless by ?llstra? ting them; at the worst It breaks homes and happi? ness ' NO OREGON WOMEN JURIES Law Says They Must Consist of a "Body of Men." lu Telegraph to The Tribune. 1 Portland, Ore.. Nov. 10?There will be no women Juries in Orsgsav Now that tha right to vote haa basa ginnt? ?! to dornen in this state, discussion already ha? beer, start?*d as to th I activities, p,,. "tica! and otherwise, in which they may fSUtldpati Jury duty, at leaat, la de i,l,-l them, the state code ?xpressly pro? viding that all Juries shall consist of a "body of men." ?jtieBtlons also iiave boon rals?d as to tha eligibility re'iulrem? nts for women *oter\ and iBOJUlry at the BBS6S ?>f the t'i'te<J State? Attorney ?lev? lop? that fine ?*a?i disuaetlona srs tn*#oh d. GABY DESLYS. The French concert hatl singer, who got into trouble with the customs officers. GABY DESLYS RETURNS Immigration Inspectors Ques? tion Her and Dancing Partner. NOT MARRIED, NO, NEVAIR Before Trunks Are Sent to Stores Her Attire Is Described as Electric Blue in Tone. Milt- Oab) Deelys came to town yester? day from i.iv.-i;.ooi ob the Cuaard liner ale, sad was greeted bj ? greater van? ty of persons than evei to meet Richard Croker. Practii ally i - r t-ntirt- company, headed by Melt was on hand to do homage. Han car, her dancing partner, has cot u family, and believe me, Mawruaa member was Bilaetnt Beeldee Mr. Oreaeker, of the v Garden, who smiled twice during th reception, then- were groupe ol local friends who warned to lik.- Oaby muck ;., -t -canon. Tti<- Immigration Inspectora, too were not backward in spproacMng bei who had chat tied the on-tun. Kin?,- of I'ortu 'rii-ir greeting, berwever, was a trine confidential Tin- boarding ofl from Kllis IsUml bad a subdued talk With tin refl-Upped dsneer and in reply to their questions she exclaimed: "Oh, merci; No, no, monsieur Married to heem i sm not No, Beratr.'1 Mr Pilcet also had a f.w queOt wafted to bim, snd, tilling his chest to capacity and dutcaing tighter his Tedd) beer and a big American flat? that draped it, declared that he was not marri- I to his dancing compaatoa Moreover, be an? nounced hi? rlttsenshlp All possibilltv now of takln? Oaby to Island, where Codger Nutt spent s pleasant week, had disappear, d. but, alas! there w-ue more rn<-n In blue ciotb?.- snd gold lace to ?<reet ),,.r Jt W(lS warm Work this answering official questions. SO Oaby uncleeped her cloak, a happy thought Indeed, for It gave Mr. Kllis sosspl ?te opportunity to gtvs Is a tail rspori i perfect description of the dancer's attire. Thin is what M'-lville Kills unwound to the Shorthand man as if he had conned the tale by not?-: "<;aby Daslys has on s general tone of electric blue Tb?- ma? terial is velvet and couldn't be boiiK'.t St Paquin'e for a wall lefs than hi fraa yard Observe the harmony ol tic- chin? chilla trimming, which masks so well with those cut?' little marmoset's she tal? lies In her arm. clever, is it not? The ?if Mark cloth, laced on the B and interesting, don't you think" Harmony, all harmony' The small helmet - of .black, with four plume tip? of blai k, and withal there Is a dash of groes and blue to sustain tin- general ef? fect of this eiset tie blue " Mr KHIb gave this out amid a buzz Of talk about him. Here and there one could bear above the din p.-rsoriH talking niiin One could.almost detect d>illnr signs ?'it ting about the dancer's OOUtOUr BS she talked dollars and cents to the customs mspectors She could not t? II Just what gewns in her trunks were for te gtagt ami what for the utreet or drawing room They WOTS nil mixed up, but. anyway, all told, she hud brought over |gt,t00 worth As she w?-ai s less on the Mane than BhS dOSS on the street, it might be sal?- to ?h ? .m? that the heavier trunks held In-r Street clothes, ''ireful appralmment, she confided to Mr. Oreeeker, showed that she had brought over laBoAM worth of gowns and Jewelry "This Is no plats to examine your trunks." nald the Inspector favored With assignment to the Detdvs baggage. "Ap praleer*S Stores. Kxamlncd Monday. Carefully. Good day." Thus did the government dispose of the daicr's duds Peered, Indeed, was Gaby when flu- could not even extract from one lone trunk a little devic- she BSSS "> make her halt Stand up in front. Uader the ?hubert management Mile. Daslys will make a tour of Amerita at it salary of *.r>,0)n a week. lier company for "Vera Violette" Is ready; she Is ready, Sad all will be ready, to entertain the good folk of Trenton, K. J-. on Sal unlit y evening, W ?MAN WINS IN WASHINGTON Ft attic. Nov. h- Tl..- Whele Republican state ticket, except Governor, was elected by substantial pluralities In Washington. Mrv .lofephlne. C. 1'rentoii, It.-publlran candidate for Superintendent of Public Instruction, who was at first reported de? feated won by H large plurality. Tin Legislatur?- is Republican, hut man) of the Republican inembei s .elect bave been Identified with the Progressive move? ment Th.- socialists hnv<- i?-- Represen 'clubs lure farm wom Uncle Sam Regrets Passing Old-Fashioned Farm Wife I i-'r m Tb? 'i rfboi ? Bun as i Washington. Nov. 1". Oone, or K' are th? good old-faahloned women f -.arm. who were wont to can fruit i use, Knit and da' n I h ti,- cloth? s. Btake th? Ir own s : Im the milk, make the butter, Ent? r the latter daj mi.-ir. - with their fashionable - i.il notions, av, i Blofl foi the kit fondness for the touring cara ol t ? ? ? 11 > s i - era Uncle Sam has taken BOtice Of I transition, aod 1b a report, sighing a the fun? ? ! the farm worn, i ol th? r? ?"' i is < leoi gi K Holm? Department ol Agriculture, who lame j the dearth of "I : Mr. Holmes aaaatl i the th? l ha I f;, ' 11f? - has been thi among woi lye tl la bo f<> ' dation for th? i lalm He I I in conn? ctlon with hla r? poi t on ! city of women to perform I woi h on the An 1 poit itr, it i ' 'ountrv rn 1? a a ell a I to regard household hire und? Bit le ,i" ned arlth thla facl is i othei one, 'lut n,, women ol th? fanm family ar< neltbei abt? noi ??? repeal i) manual labor perl ? i heir grandmother?. . I Etoet? this, the f.irtii-i '.- stand.iid ol : nly on the medium soi t of fai ma In the North i?nd '?'? in a pen ? ptible degree tin the farmer'a famll have engaged In i Incompatible w ith th< , el foi n hous? bold i id? r without the a sei vain Tl : tak? n by lb? m are foi the the women th? Ma< i. m i sa? ? i 'nn i the kx .1 church th? farmers' club?, a ? a list that might be much eat? The oldtlrhi domestic Industrl? I bul forgott? ti The women ol I be fai ' mak>- ? lye, a II , ..n with a long list of domestic pro 'nets ol former days; it is rare that o loi the younger of the women ano i h? to knit Throughout Isrg? arass th?- pn Iol tin- bouaewlfi In " k;--ki atore of pi ser\'es drl? d and pickled fi uita, berrl ana vegetables esleta chiefly In hlstoi uni dependencs is placed Bsostlj upon t ? loca i Btoi a foi tm ?a oducts of ' ? ' 'c n? iv and the evapoi atoi it Is protested thai the frequently pu Hah? d ? tatemen! that farm Hi? liai bi i Ith? women of th? farm eapedalli uroi , io insanity is a column] Th i i statistical authoi Ity for tb? ? tlon, ai I t?a- author of thla bulletin ha? endeavor? ; tor nearly twent) years to discover tl I originator of the fabrication, witi Ind I cations that th? Irresponsible authoi wi ? for many reara a populai wrltei on d? | meali? ?-ut I? cts -. j UP TO FORDHAM FACULT' ?Meeting Called to Confirr Father McCluskey's Acts. j Tin- strife that has recently been agitai ing ths staff and otudonta of Pordbai University is likely to come to ? boa I November ?9, on which date a meeting 0 I the fSCUlty has been ?ailed to ratlfv th action ol the Bov. Thomas J. McCluskej ' pr? aident of the nnlreratty, In reorgsnJa Ing the medical school teaching for,.- u I the extent "f abollahlng ths offtes of pro ??ban. a procedure whlcb was followei by the reatgnatlon of i?r. v. ? lorapura the pro-dean, and of I?r IgmOQ -I Walsh Ule 'han. as Well BI BBSBTBl BthSI BTS i feasora Father McCluskey, In discussing ti" I coil, ?late situation, has Bald the offioe o I pro-<iean was superfluous, but lo o otate I ment Issued yesterday from the secte ! tary's bureau of the university it Ih ed< i Butted that a BOW otllre, that of r?-g> nt I is to be en at? d, ? The Btatembnl from the Becretary*i ' bureau, which may bo taken to repreaeni I the irlsws of Psthor McCluskey, aaya thai the [?situation of Dr. Walsh and the Othei professors has In no way Interfered win the routine of the school; and thai tin students as a body have '^esoanakted th? ben,-lits likdy to result" from the cbang? in the constitution of the Institution. The statement continu?e: Th,- reorganisation of the facult] i bsssd on two clauaes of this bow con? stitution presented and adopted aftei tha BeV. Hector Thomas J. Mci'luskej. S I , ! had made o length) studs of the best mcllcal schools in the country. It Is a eop) of the on>- In force at ths University of g| I.outs mi-dual school, which is one of the oiliest and most Influential Institu? tions west of the Mississippi and which is recognised ?s a t'lsss a school h> the American Medical Association. Th? adop? tion of this constitution continues the I'oidham Medical School In the same claaa and do, s not Interfere with the re? quirements of the American Medical a* so, latJon for the establishment of s clin lo ?it Kord ham, a minimum of M\ full tine I professors and the expenditure of Bo.OOO I a rear abose receipts. It Is also predicted that 1 >r. William P i Mealy ?ill !><? eonflrmed to BBjesssd Dr, ' Walsh at the faculty BBBBtlaf of Novem? ber Ik ?O In This Way Mrs. Littleton Hopes to Establish Permanent Jefferson Memorial. LEGISLATION NOW PENDING Purpose Is to Create a Domain Similar to That at Mount Ver non, but Congressman Levy Declines to Sell Estate. The campaign t<> nationalise Montlcello, the famous horn?' of Tilomas Jefferson author of the D?claration of Indepen? dence, which has been waged for the laet rear snd s half, has n.rved s gen Im? petus with the formation of the Jeffer? son Montic ib? Memorial a sociation of A merit . With Mis .Martin M Littleton, Wlfl of Congr? -sin, in Littleton, ss prime mover, th.- association, which has been newlj or? pre] .. ing is.ooo petition- to be signad and s. nt to Coagrees within the next feu weeks, urging that bod) to buj the estate for the ngtioa as i permanenl , m- mortal of the famous Presldeni Airead) the asaoctation h.i> a I membership of leading dtisens through?. . oui the country, and man) mou- grt ssked for, t?. bring their Influence on Co i ani the present owner of the property, Congressman Jeffersoa ht Levy, of this city, to secure tsx governmenl ownership of the estate Up to the pressai tune Mrs Littleton has been working Independent!) to ? sentiment in the interest of the purchase pssssge of s resolution In the Ben ? slllng foi s - ors B-rrt r t eommltti ? lo Ire into the pun base I t- be< n s. - cured anii this reeotutios has been unanl mousl) upon.-i b) the Hoam Commlttet on Rules to coma up In the Houa dur? ing the lust w-.-k of 1 'i i i-nil.? | The object of ike sssoctatlon list general public latereet la the move in. nt. to uic?- the sprovsl <?( the pun I on the members of congress, and to se? cure action b) that bod] during the ioni? um Owned by Congressman Levy. The est?te of Moi ticsllo has I. n? nod in t be famtl) ol i nan Le* f steel its purcbasc from s former owner m list Th?- sssoctatlon hopes t.- prevail upon Congreemnea Levy, who has ex? pressed hlrasstf ai mrwiUtag t.. part with the property, to do so, al i moderate lig?te Tin- association declares that the prop.-ft ? Is Of S n itioiial i atl'l lid be open at all time?? to t; - public, - t he case with Mount \ ? i son, I be ? nrasrdngton Ai, propaganda In the campaign Mrs Littleton wh.. la managing -i? ? I an ? lab?rate!) Illusti tti giv ?ng the bi.-tot \ of the ? l ? m tin- booklet thai Moni o should be removed from pi vate os ltd sel 'ii' -i- -i shrine foi the ? tati in In explain!) wi drs Littleton said "Then on as i ^ > would I ? ; the horn? of Jeff i ? rblch Is upon '? private!y owned thej ire net do i ' ii tatton of I ?nei The plot "f land whli h ci m?-r President's sravt ramity, bu! Il Ik i In I of tl.. I.mil own. -I b) ' '"' and until ' i-v a railing about 'be gisi? or a monument "As tot ultra who wish to . m? i it an limit .1 to a ata) of tarent min iti go on atlon of the piIvate own? It m a abami t-> tiunk that the American g ? m. lit has ? long nei ? property honor aad preserva the bom- of Thomas Jefferson, m bo eras ons of t u.? n of our lilM' Mrs. Littleton's Booklet. The hist-.ry of the SSl >'? SI r< Mrs Littleton In )?-1 booklet is an int?-i asting one it ? saletas im p us proper!) Into the I indi i f itrsngera after the great statesman's death, B ' made ti'-'evsarv by tin- low tillan, i, tion of the Jefferson SStStl Bubacr Iptiaas were rslsed ta i survrt Ing dsaghter to i>- imll) home, but these proved Inadequate, snd ?he was finally forced to s.-u a valua? tion of i7i.'i"'i w ih placed on the ?rtv at the time. |fl is:?',, but onl) 5 aras paid I?? .fame- 'i Bei la). the pur ehsser. a danse un the deed of salt . srved the family bei tel plot to "-? l< t fersoB family Par several fears Mr Barcia) owned o.-. then i" iy:< i offered It foi at auction, after having left '.t abandoned I for n oar or mor.- At that time the amount neeeaaary for the purchase, some It.eas, was gsthere<l together by sub Bcrtptton in tin- mterests of Mtm Jeffei son. and a BMBBBSf of the family sent to ^ bid in the estate An Bafortunete delay followtng the in tesJeatlofl of the sassssngsr made ins sr> rival too late, Coptata Uriah P Levy, an ??n.. i,- of t Tungiesemen Levy, baring bought the property. Including it"- 111 ores, for $?.',:T-oo befare the day set far the eta tion. Him??? that tltm- thS estate has be? ti in lh?- Levy family, passing to Congre sinon Levy from Ills uncle AJthseaSh ? ':, i -t. i i ii Levy left H clans?- in bis will b? .peat hing the estate to the nation, tin- gXOCUtOrS Of the w-iii. acting in Ckmgrcesman' Levy's minority, had the will set aside on various other legal grounds within the last f?-w yean the present own.-r ha? roatored the boose es nearly ae possible to its original condition, hav? ing returned to th?-ir places man) of the Jefferson furnishings. No figure has been placed on the estate within recent reara the hop?- of the association being that the present owner would offer tax -state to lbs government, provided sufBctanl senti? ment favoring Its purchase bad been aroused in the furtherance 'if the essocistton's | work. Mm Littleton will have g large number of its members at s conference at her home, No I 1 :t Last .".7th street, to-' day when the first petitions will be given Ottl snd plans made for making the cam- ; pelan coiintrv-wid?-. f'ongressmari 1.? vv said last night that I M.mti.. iio was opea to the publie from SllflM-e til SlltlS.t. dOSPttO til?- IfpoilS III th. contrary. He sdded thai there was absolutely no restriction ragardteg parsons rlstttng the Montlcello estate, and said th-v COU Id visit tin- house by merely requesting the guhtsacs of s keeper, who would be found on the premises for jn^t such s puipoee. In reply to a SJUOStlOB I 'ongressm.nl Levy said that be would nut tell the property, under any OJriHIIBOtaiHOS, s'ni piy b?casse H had besa his boms for many yearn, and he wished to retain It. Household Plumbing No. VII. How to Prevent Disastrous Bomb Explosions in the Kitchen by Proper Care of the Range and Boiler. II.? Hr. farstya Van \ ti<-t MnnniPi. The explosion ,,r collapBe of some par ? aaory of the kitchen range inter rapta the domestic regime, involves ron alderable expense, and may endanger hu? man life. The Ignition of Gas Pockets. Tin- small gas stove of tin apartment hOUei is often installed \?iih no outlet foi the products of Incomplete combustion, n the h >us, wir,- de Irea to have ? pipe al lache,1 from the oven to th?' chltniicv flu? sin- j.? told an ordinance tori,ids this eon i.tion. Son,,- municipalities have al i oasaed an irdlnance forbidding the in stallatlon of gaatogo ta Breplacee. Thli limitation, which al lirai appears arbi? trary, araa made necessary by th?' (In list.s incurred from carelessness in band - coca -. Many i gploi lo have oc , ui i ed aa a sequence to ' be accumi In i ion and Ignition ol gaa pockets ta un ventll it,,i chlmni Many accldegts may bs prevented t>v ?ful touting oui of all gaa stovi bi a, .-i d inaaonshlo eare in their it la ?i,-, baps srell to ha\a one n ? Bi? ber of the bot Ible for th? pi op i closing of ail bitch? n and basement gaa cocks al bedtime Th? burners of many old gaa stoves an closed only with the ? rabie for? e, a bile with the bi n ' ? ? Id? nl ?! touch may open a burner aufllclently for It is u. ?I at Bight tO shut oft the L-a.- supply to the otoi b) ;to l ..l ..n io Mi, MM | n e pip? The Kitchen Boiler and ths Water Front. The kit, i.< n bol Bat? net? d ol galvanised non. moulded In the shape ol .? ? v'in,i,r, witi. ;t hemispherical ion. This .? lion baa i" ' ?? found to '?? resist?an, and tin- holler maj bo suddenly i to great external ami tat? i Bal The name boiler to misleading, as k i- only a reoi rolr foi the arater, arMch Is heated in the r.ai boiler, known as the wate, front (or bs? k i. 'ii.,- ??ai i front la merely a hoUon Iros . oil ntt, ,i , Iom t., the tn - ? ? . ? rba heal from con? tad with tin. firs ''old arater entera the ?.?.???i front through ?> pipe at the bottom '???v and pa sacs, erben heated, to the bollei The hot aratei conduction pipe from water front to boiler -ho ild he of ?OHM What D '. io ;i,', ,,m modate the aratei expanded by and should ext? mi .it an uparard I I i.o mtate i Irculation The application of heat, as it expands rater, sets all of its many particles in mol ; I lie i ir? culation of aratei through th? wstei front illabed a - boob aa the lighted, and continuel nlng if :'?!?? ??..t, r is hard the m it? r front may become tilled arlth deposits of lime, lime forn ta the floor of the t. , k. ttle. If .<1 accumulate tin im ? !? ' of th. : o that not only I.nt it h. .its mote - ? Phe Inn- must '.. i I, aned ? ? I |U? rill ? foi rn, d In an; Burating of the Water Front. ? la I fre? sing of the a ; unexp? ? ted cid a pel I w hen the arat? r In th? ? si? d, ?? < \-, .m.is the : . 1 M ,,l,r in the u at, i front, and, '. th,- i,. imlng water teal i ? r bai k to btta with I an explosion that ruins the -dove and Bsrioust) Injure any one near by. ! To prevent this accident o continuous tire ihoi id be maintained in the range omrlng ' COM weather, the Bra may he carefully ; '. anked. tint should not be allowed to go OUI at Bight. If tlie house has BO heut . ing system, or there are badly exposes i water pipes, it is BOBBStlmeo ne?:essary to ! op? n and run off ail water from the pipes, i and turn off the supply in the eoUST dur : Ing thS extreme weather of midwinter. When this is Beceasary the trap Of the I sii:k drain must also be cleared. When there is a suspicion that tiie water pipes , hi the kitchen are frosted it Is abeotutefy j me, ssarv to thaw out the connecting pi pea n, for, startlnK the fire In the range. j Water should run freely from all taps ? i,.-lote the Bre la lighted. Bursting and Collapse of ths Boiler. galvanised iron boiler la acte?i on by certain waters and may rust out In a ' few rears, while a copper boiler win last ) a lifetime so far a^ chemical action Is I,. Bcsrned. The galvanised Iron boiler has come into common BBS because of its preat strength and reetetaaoa to strain l W h, n the aratar supply to th<f holler Is di [ rectly from the water main, and the I .-tie. t Water supply is drawn off without Iwarning? the'suddea creation of a vacuum I in the boiler will cause it to collapse ? W h'-n tin- arater office glvaO notice thai : the street supply is to be cut off at ? certain hour, it is nasssnarj to close the Intake pi;1?- and draw the fire in the raiiK?. Th,- holler ma) eollapse from external pressure if the hot water has not beer? | drawn foi some time and has become very hoi Opening a WOtM tap suddenly will draw B large amount of OOtd water into th, holler ?und th?- immediate condensa 1 Ihm of the steam to Water results in S tUasstroua rscuunt being eetabUastaM. The galvanised iron holier, arblla not proof ; Bgalnsl these accidents, will realst much hiifliei decrees of strain thSB the m?ire durai le cupper tank If the water front has a greater rela? tiv, besting capacity than the holler has storage, it may generate steam in su tit - ! nut quantities to ?aus.- u constant rum biuiK in the pipes ans ovan Luther surft cl? tit energS to burst the boiler. The Bteam sat".', ral ?? which is provided With the toiler- may unfortunately stick at JUSI 'r>- time it is BlOSt needed to blow oil" steam If the holi-r la supplied i tank preasure theec dringen are large') obviated i y the Introduction of an kpension pipe which opens ov,-r the attic tunk The Sediment Cock of the Hot Water Boiler. The I,oiler is subject to deposits of mud , and sand which must be drawn off occa? sionally or iBoruatsttona win form, a I WBShOUl or sediment cock Ifl l,rovlded at the lus,- of the hoi!, t and the accumula , ti..ii BbOUld be drawn off at regular pe j rloda winri about to empty the botica lor th s BUrpBBBi tust open th.. tap of the I kitchen sink ami have it open. Opening I the second ta[> permits the entrance ot I atmospheric a,r into tin otherwise a.r tight boiler to replace the water which Is pr?venu the formation Of a vacuum which mli-'ht result In the collapse of the holler Before opening ths taps a hose should le connected to th,. draw-off or sediment . cock leading t., ths refrigerator waste or a cellar sink, it is sometimes attached to the wast? of the kitchen sink, but any ; direct communication between water pipes and waste pipes ahq dd never be countenanced The Cold Water Cut-off. Tiie mid water intake pipe of the boUei should be supplied with a cut-off by which the wafer could BO Inatantly turned off in ,ase of the bursting of tha holler. Postal Card Departments All communication? (and they are welcome) should be made by postal, aa tap as it ia posbibU. Recipes Tested and Found Good ?:!??? ? I ??? n teamed. Level maasureineata ar?? w-ed uni?-" ? TB i I- i .n tineiii ?III be, glad to anavver any ?1 by readera and win M recipes ? . ill I nary Bdltor, New-Yoik Tribune. i .. ? -au atri-el Tt la gagertmsai vvlll Bat be r??p-iniilh'?i for in nut accompanied by ? 'ST retUta Kln.lly InclOSa stamp? ?us questions requiring so saewei by Inter. u rite ..n only un?- bMs of the pa that nun a an! I . <m< h Hem. I BONABUB CAKR Now tl and butter are rtetag In price, the follow? '?-.- ought to Sppe il to mam hOUSe || calls for I ut one ' : for but one egg I't ? Ira the butter and sugar In the usual way using s Uberal tabk -i.nful of thi , Thi n add the yoth of the ? g- sad two tall ipful t f weet milk. Immediately stir sll these Ingredients Into one snd two>thlrds cup fula of dour, siit..i three times s/ith ?> teas].nful of cream of tartar and half ? teaspoonful of soda. Whip the ctg white and fold ii tu ami th? n bake In < on Ver) shallow loSg tlBS i;t iva i, it !1NG i'"i i v i -, di I. ? d by many confi ? lom i - illow sa , | - white to every liberal cupful of ?on ? ' is' sugar. Put the white, without beatJag, Into i bowl and whip it with i lableei.nful of the sugar for Uve min? utes Tli'-n add an-nb-r t ihlespootlflll of simar and b.-at It for another live min? utes. Continue In tiiis ssay until it "hange from the si.n ' flavor with lemon or with soy estrsct thsl may be destred. II the Hint; Is nut in be used si once, cover the bowl containing it with g wet napkin. stir in more sugar, if desired^ to stiffen bel. spreading for whipping use a fut k not a SpOOO> \\ UNPAhllUAR WAV in PRB BERVB FRUITS' Boms bousewlvee like Htrve fall fruits, such as apples .n.ii i- ,n s, with grai ?? hilce, In phv ? of sugar. Boll six quarts of grape juice in an open preeervtug kettli until it is r> doc.i to lom- quarts, Have the fruit washed snd pared, sad, if apples or pears, quartered and cored. Put the pi pared fruit luto -i pieaeislng kettle and oover generously with th.- boiled grape Jetes Boll gently until (he fruit is otoai ami tender, then put it Into sterilised (are ,nd seal -is usual. Useful Household Tips This eapertmeal ?ill pay r->r heussaoM Use if found foi ii? purpose, address "Ueeful Household Tips Department," New \.,rk Tribune, We. IM Naseau street ?UPBRFLUOUg lu Ki.K .ui.'i: Th. Ilsjaof left In pickle jars after the Dickies have been 'ise.I should not he thrown on be osad again in put tlng up a fre>h supply. The syrup from spici fruit ma) ais,, he used ??Rain. Many Consider that It Is not only ecotionucul. but it produces a better flavor. \ DANISH WAV OF SERVING ? REAMED CABBAOn.?Houaewlrea la Denmark often add a ptaeh of antmeaj to abbsga if the cabbsgs is young and fresh and thoroughly blanched In cold water aft? r bolHngt It Will be found reaii? gOOd with I sauce so seasoned The flavor ,.l BtttflMg seems to tilde quite romplete ly whatever rank Hsror remain in the ? ,i.t.,ire after blanching. a NOVEL USE POR PAR8LE1 C opped parslej added t,, the minced onion used in making Hamburg steaks w ill enhance their flavor. Daily Bill of Fare TUESDAY. BRKAKFAbT.?OrapeS, oatm-al, egg nestB on toast, coffee LUNCHEON <>K Sl'IM'Klt. -OSM roast heart, baked potatoes, chopped pickles, doughnuta, cocoa. DINNER -Oysters on the half ahelt, corn beef, cabbage, boiled potatoes, mus? tard pickle, coffee ice cream, angel rake, coffee. Seen in the Shops. The names of shops where artlries ni?n-> Honed on this page wrre seen can be ohtAin?4 by sending a stamped and addressed envelop? to "IrVen In the BbopB," New York Tribune. Te insure a pioinpt reply tiie date of puhlkatloa ihoJlt) b? giv-n. Silver-plated and gilt lorgnette chains set vvlth beads and semi-precious BtOBSd are $1 each and $2 each. There are a num? ber of designs from which to BBSaSBS, Flat heavily silver-plated card casea and purses with a chain attached have be*'n re?luced to $??' each. Some are plain; others have a chased deslKn. ?'harming colored Krench prints attrac? tively framed in dull gilt carv-d WSSSBaa frames ar> Ji I!? each. One shop Is showing a large assortment Of rubber lined toll, t cases lot the trav etler. Some that hare plain linen aerara may be embroidered with the owner's monogram. The price of these eSSOf tanges up from 17 cents. Cretonne covered ooxes for the dressing table or bureau drawers come in many shapes and sizes, smaller on?-s for hand? kerchiefs and larger ones for gloves, veils and neckwear. Tiny are priced according to sire, from ?tt cents each to $1 19 each. HOW TO GET THIN. "I have often thought and said," aaySI Mine. Jeanne La Place, In a recent num-^ ber of Woman's World,'' "that thai world Is divided Into but two classes off people?those that want to get fat andji those that want to get thin. Honest. did> you ever meet a person who seemed, per?* fsctly satisfied with his weight? "Of the overfat and overthln people, per-* haps the overfat are tlie more to be pit? ied. At least, they se*m to think theyi are. It Is always possible for the thins person to pad herself out to appear plumper, but It is extremely difficult f?S? the poor, fleshy person to disguise her tn-4 tlrmlty. A good corset, a preference foS, dark and quiet colors lu dreaa, and -q strict avoidance of horizontal atrip?? wtlh do much to Improve the appearance of her figure, but even these are of littler avail If she once crosses the line between, plumpness and fleshiness. "Uke other beauty ilia, tendency to su? perflitous flesh must be taktwi in time, t?<s many women will go on placidly ami* steadily gaining in flesh from month ton 1 month and from year to year, until somnr day they waktj up to the terrible reallia? ! tlon that they are fat. Then a frightful i wall goes up. and the victitn begins to> scramble around wildly for something !?? 'reduce flesh,' and to answer 'anti-fat* advertisements and write pathetic IsllaiBt to beauty editors. While It is possible for a realty fat per? son to reduce her weight it can usually* Only be done by immense self-denial and excessiv?! and often painful exertion. Whereas, a very moderate amount Of self denial and exertion begun in time might have kept ln-r from over BOCOBBlng an u.i Bightly mass of fb-sh "In the vast majority of cases?in every case, i bs lleve, in which fit is HOt duo to actual dtseaso oso ssi\ a Seek Is csuaed bj to,, much food and to,, little star? ilse This may seem harsh doctrine to the fleshy sister, but if sh- Wish? s r,> Improve her condition she might as ?v,,l lieniri by looking facts in ths CaVCl "Therefore the woman thai finds that aha is putting on flesh at an alarming i it'. IshOUM start out to leglllBlS BOT dMM She is alasost sure to Und that aha la entlauf ? more than she needs, taking into consid? eration the amount of physical labor ahs performs Brain workere need leas ?.i than manual laboreis. and people who-" [Occupations keep them indoors should not eat as much as people who are in thi open air rnoet of the Unas "8n the Bashy woman will either have to cut down her db-t or take in reined SSBT* eise. or. more likely. BOBSSSS U may cost some effort to get back to a normal condition, she will have to do both, at least for a time. "The woman that wants to lose fleeli should never eat meat more than once a da?', and then should confine herself to lean meats, fish and poultry. ""She shoiila avoid starchy foods, and go very HghtlV on potatoes, bread and sweats. The bull? of h?>r diet should consist of fruit an-t green vegetables. This may sound like? Lenten fare, but I am talking now to the woman who Is determine?! not to h* fat. "Then, again, the flashy woman should" BOt ala op Basra than seven hours out of the twenty-four. Sht: should never 11? In bed late In the morning, nor Indulge In the rocking ?hair habit. On the othsr hand, she should get all the physical exer? cise she can possibly manage, preferably in the open nlr. The best all around. ganorai exercise?and one within the reach?, of all-is walking Most women?whether they be fat or thin?walk far too little. The woman who tends to be fleshy ahould walk for at least an hour every day-snd do it regulativ and systematically. As. ?he get* BCCUetOBBSd to the ?'xerclse. sh<* should Increase the number of milej ?ha wnlks a day. until she is doing five? miles.** A housewife not??d for her delicious salads usually adds a little chopped grsen pepper and chopped onion to her French dressing when serving it with green herbs. Their flavor seems to parsseata the -alad better than when they are use* apart from the dressing. 1&^&2&2&8&^&?2238G?8!??% NOVELTIES IN NECKWEAR The new small flat collars in finest French Embroid? ery, with or without bows to match. Filet Lace Collars, pleated or shaped to fit the neck. Collar and Cuff Sets In Filet, Point as Veniu, and Carrickmacross Faces. Large jabots and stocks in genuine Valenciennes and Irish Crochet to wear with tailor-made costumes. Irish a n d Valenciennes Motif a of original design combined with velvet bows. Irish Linen Manufacturers Branches: London, Dublin, Belfast, Melbourne. Factories: Belfast snd Waringstown, Co. Down, Ireland Established 1766. Picas?? *nt<? for HluntrMfil Hot g ? i 373 Fifth Avenue , Corner 35?Street ?a