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10 MINdN NEXI ??General" Jones Hopes To Be at Capital in Time for Wilson's Inauaural. ROCKET HITS OFFICER ?Surgeon General" Is More Startled than Hurt?Cupid Languishes and Bonner Goes Home. , -?. N I Dec -**- "Oa n nal" Bosalle Jonea. leader of the auffraga I marehinc six t-tr-'iiK on iced to day thal tl pn gn had beea ??. au?*ceaaful th;,t ihe a nt< mplatlng march ? thf ll-a-:c ' ' ? H 1- nal del altely aettled <????' 1. "but the plans eompleted thal 1 don't min.i I li ; Hi if w. <*?- go, e to leav? N> 1 Tork iih..'it the bruary. Wa Bhall take om l ? c rorid. \\ - bave had many rom prom1n*-nt auflfragettefl In the -?.-n New Torh and Waahlngton who a*aentha_fleat!c oarar tbe biea Tbey r-e makir-c p'ans already fr<r muslntr r. - ;n Philadelphia and Baltlmore. al Itttla flBareb oa Albany waa I ?! ?-. Ii8*tiiy that tbfl frienda ? B l] baven't always had t1m? *. na wlth the. reremony they -1 bava liiie.i. Howev4W, we ar* ko ed with tha reaulta tl ? w< have dedaled it i? the only aray lo con eountry. Comparatlvel* f< a H ad snffraKe meettnga or aub* ? ?? 1 rTraga pubUcatfona, i><it when 1 band .-f woaaafl march pn.st tbelr homei ruah '? u to tako the leafleta and II ah a.':.out us after wa ha-.- . ? -,-. 1 aea ?! to gi' pa 01 ? ? this aueetlon. .'>ur opponenta hrli.K it up aflalnal us ? wommi ran't go to war Wi ii8\o proved ihat w. ran march vVi ?mowatorma, ? ? .1 k.. to \\ aahlngton, lf *a 1 shall. d her Uttla ai m) I 1 ckx I. this mornlnK an-l wera fl ? ? Itockpoii before tba .ted ? ?? ataal the t-un of ? f Deca?mbar daj roao biilllantly '? ,-f Kra'-'. and before riOOtl thfl 1 a ??? a - meltlnfl puddle of iah and mud "Qeneml" .inne., z ui bar t al ber bi iota agaln . nd h?/r army picked Ita waj envloualy b. ? Two Sufftag.str. Go Coast.ng. ? . . e ti avelled oad, -. ~ . thi gaten ' nd - nough ? '-.-astinp. sn-i rlcht merrl . . . ? ...1 ;tr,d ? \..|- Kathetine Stil^s nnd Qlad ara - ould n.>t re t tln 11 to "tak< aat eaa travel doubl ? Iding 011 Btockporl ' :i.i- .i for . ? ? ataal t the ata| ? <,,-:?!... to welcome the 1 rockel naaed and aputtered nv*r thn ?" a ehah*, thaa II darted atralgl 1 Lavlna Before m? stanled pllgrlm could . ? ? ry thlna atruck. Fortunately, I -. ...;.? cloak a -<. thlck th it atruck It a ell to 1 :; aputtered a momenl and dled "Little Doc" trudged en Bcereely had the armj recover*d i anotha r wainlng that enem) 'a 1 - wiic-nx Bred a pilgrtm jumped hi I dents made a dash m-d : tne lad. \\ h<-reupon he ?? . ? ha had meant the sh..t ns a aa le 4 honor. He waa fotglvan and ai lewed tO K>> lree. Al tho j,torkport poatOfl jaM tbelr raapflctfl t-- mi>? I M Van Wbo 1 as he?n p'.'-tniiatresB for -.,'?. Mlaa Vfln Hur?-n Is a dla ... or rr<- Ident Martin Vaa I ? v. .? h.-nn- w.-,?. aboul ten milee ? 1 ai out vote*. for womei , al fl Baai: "VA iik?- to aaa tha ttnaa when iihterate ? bl dafNia ? d ot* the vo'. I'm WM Mul'e sure whether 1 WOUld Civ?- it 10 Tr.ere Is on.- BUIW thing, tbOUgh t R;'.-.,. . .????-?? btfl WIK ti ..d 1111 puhlic posltiona better than nv I arouldn't aaant to ba Pn j nv *-, > ? Take Factory for Hotel. irmy waa maH at Btockporl bj Mra - aad Mra w f< Barfcar, of wbo eacoited th<>m to whal ? " t wa* their hotai. -. barn, ?q iare building next to the vlllagfl atore. They otonaad tha door, and wer* met i,y tn amaz.d peraon, who lnformed them thal thlfl * *a a tactorj ? Ote board* . waa J -m around the eornar. rter theae pariloua advent i flCked for the nlgbl MO miles t though ?ore of foot. ?'. thfl marc.-?' - ? *ch fiti* I trtm ihat thag Bpenl pflrt of the "...istingr down nearby h\\\* rrowed from the 8to,k|>orl nd h buga bonflra to ? raneo ? Bgei - rn 9 were made . oa Uie Btdfraga movament ? Ol war WiH ba b?M lo-nwirow inotninK at 9 o'clork t.. i- tfll mlne wheth tO make ? f'>i"d inat.li an-l taptur* AJbaai unprepare.l. Thi army . | . much barttor tline than the canpalca plaaa laajulred and _ la ane* ,,i ronitti'.n after reattofl Chrhrtmafl Day thal Onerai Jfl ild mak'- JJbanj aa Batur* ?Jay ir ... | aiood that a larga delea - t:on of albany ymp?4hlflara couM oaaai t- m^et them oa Baturday a-ftatnoon. On r,,|. il'tieral Joii.-m thinks 11 wouid ? ' .< tive ta arrtve at the l .. moaaeal New Year**. aara ?ri.i hav. thaaaaereai fraah hn Oo*/4amoi ' ? ? mlnd Wbea he makea his inaujM ral apei eh on .lanuary 1. ' upid iHrtKuinhed to-da> Mlai Oladya ? .. ii. roine of iu* little Chriatmafl flhliailah. hlked along iik.- a rrK.iiar auf fragetfu and Oriffith BJonnai wont haek i- Poa**hkea>parle en an aarij train ? -,i the fronl lhal lha youag man's fath.-t had arlrad him fram yittBfi'-id. Maai la leava the army, nnd Mn,' Cauraen lairlated abi wai nol adual* ?>' ?agHgHd to him. WILSON HAS SOCIAL PROBLEMS TO SOLVE Not the Least Perplexing of His Duties Will Be the Selection of an Official Ar bi.cf of Etiquette. R W ai . Thal Ihi ? ? |i> i |.i. tlng of i hi pi mfrontlng J'i .>atdent*elec1 Wilson is the aelectlon <>!' ;.ih.'iai arblter ol etlquette, who muat keep th> admlirietratlon ..n.i thoae aaao* . lated a Itb it oui ..f thi pltfalli thal He ! in the aa) of mlaplaced dinner gueeta ?nd eatabllah thr order of precedence liVaahlngton'i ofBrial wortd, and eapa clall) the f'-maie pertlon ol lt, is longing for ;. . ode i.f state ettejuette. and the Btate Departmenl nnd aoclal iicretariei .-.-? wlahlng for the num thing. that they may not be ki id awake al nlghl and Interrupted everj hour of the day bj polnted an-) perplezlng Queatlona ? Kner" who conn to vl asiiington fi.- that there li not . well mtab* liahed aoclal code, aml m m] ol them ? :..). nroceed to eopy Old Worid cua* whlch, while worktag well in many waya, tepectally with th< wealthy prr arho llve much abroad, brlng con* a ter nation untoM to the aimpler dtlaene aho mual alao n.. the riiittng nnd m* ilng ? ire a as an Idea thal "" al i ?? t?d of rdnk leaa, dinner partlea, :. few daacea nnd a day al bome Tbat l .1 eed, and io Important has becon ? thi subject ln Waehingtoa thal th. Btate Departmenl tu.s equlpped it s<-lf arlth tiumerous aoclal secretarl^s. at ti- head of which ir Chandler Hale Hli mbti aesistants nre Miss Mnrtt., th>- ao ciai lecretary of Mia Phflandei C. Knox, wlfe r>f th? Becretary of Btate ni"1 rt whom revolvei thl WhOll pocial code out* Mdl nf the White Houae, and Mr C. l< .o.ikp. oti whom devnlvee the carrytnp OUl of many of Mr Hale'l Ideas Wltb Mt. i!,-.m reoti the taak of iwathig the Preet* dent's p.;csts at a .ilnner in the ^ Wll iio'isf- tn auch a manner as r>..t to <-r.ste a social - ai ai ? . ? illy mual he avery rare m aelttna tbi gueeta nt the PreeMent'a dipiomatir dinner Mrs. Wilson's Secretary. The newi fiom Trenton Ihat Mi wr son i.-.s nlectfd MIm laat* la llagner fo ha hei *>.ciai lecretar ln 'I'0 whito Houae ims been recelved wltb wide m ?? ; hen Mlaa llagner la weU known, as sho was ncretary foi Mn Theodore Rooeevell f? eeven yean Bhe li now connected with the state Department. Ba Involved is thi aoclal lubjacl thal ? regular i.k of forrm n* tt thestate Department, d.-noting how an ambaeaad. i a fonlgn mlnlater or other dlplomal us t.. i-< addreeaed. Senator Rool ordered lhal the book i** prepared for uae in the de pai tment a ? waa Bi rei i of Btati This littll work placed the Senator high ln the opinion of so.IhI leadere, vrho ha I l.ef.ire then wondered in raln how t-> ad eet Invltatloni and notea to higher diploi .'.t- r. sotiif queei colncl i .,. toi Rool went three*ojuarten of nn hour late t<> the dinn"- p: .- . ? th. ? . ii. nrj "f i ? -p. nnd w hlll t! .. . ? oked, .....).tt an>! waited the guests watched thl m ?-.?'? who was to blaii..- The Sec? retary of Btate walked in Maurely, took hli place tn Ihe draarlng room and ?t th. dinner, and. so far ns anv one knows. it li j ??! ? n v aterj ' ?? ? him lat. tea ? to thi *-h 11 it.K .... . ni> t>. the dayi of 8.etary Mi* Ha] had the .-. rat;.- to s.ttle th>* \s tde wife of the Ba retarj of -....-? ma.ie tbe decree without offendlng any one, and it holdi co...i te* .ia. Then <ould be no . lataki n the viali of i now imbaaaador nn'i his alfe ?? White House. aa lhal matter w-;<* all ai ranged by tlM -? ?? ; ?? ; ??? - ? i ? aai then ai outci wher it was at. lo the aml ? ? hli aIfi lhal thej mual ai*--. call oi the riee* ;?? d Ml W tt . bUl there the alffi pllrlty of affairs eeaaed Cabinet aromen <li.l nol Ml wl y they ahould call on the wivea or ambaeeadfai. bul .Mrs H.iy red them II wns eorred she also thal thi .vr.es of memben of the reme Court ahould ca.i on the trrret , t j mhaaaaden ai I that the women of the -'enste sii.."!'! f.l?o mahe IhetM ntts: ? ? .lama, tl e bride ol tbe J'm zilian Anibnssa.i'.r, If Just now comlng In these flrst vlslts nnd her drawlng roomr look each day of the weel< Uke for mal rereptlons SoA only are the Cablnel women ;>a!r.K their roapecta, but Sena? tor*' v.i\.-- Repreeentatlvae' wtvei nr<i aociety in general lt is espedaiiv d* . reed that nli the memben >.f the dlplo rorpi should call on h.-i. Uncertainty in Official Set. It never haj= heen much of a blbll witn the women of Ihi CongreoMonal iil to .aii on diplomata wltb few exceptions, ? nd onlv when the Amerlean bai lota of oney bt then much of nn irnhingo of hoepltallty. it is in the ofldal Ml ven erally thnt theie seenis fo be a mlx-Up Tha social season was BUppoied foi merl] to open nfter the first Inrge enter talnroenl iti the t\'hite Heooe, and <"*ahi net women then opened their doors to the otfi.ial world and re. eived visits from all who thought lt a duty or pliaeVM to call Now onlv a few of 'he Cabinet women recefVI visitors before ,Tanunr\ W'h'ti. however. those doors nre opened the I'abinet women wlll have called nn the wife of the Vllie Plltadllll When tb?>re Is ;, \ ln rieMdiml and the wiveo of am? bassador*, Suprem*- Oourt Justhes and thl Speaker of thl Houae There Is a decree that they muat nlso . aii on Sen at.ns' wlves. but this they seldom rio. On tlK-m. ln return. wlll call nli of those for ? e om thej ? .. ? ?? fl ? ardfl nnd. ba of auch Bm it-irs who reall) wi i, th'-ir accjufllntance whether the Cablnel women have called or not?whrea of f..r. Ign minlatera repreeontotlvca and en ol tha offlclal and merely ao Ial ' world g, ?.:.,,..' wlvea havea much more oner j oua task. for tbfl newer women of the , Senate must call on tbfl WOlMfl WhOBa huabanda outrank theli own In paidnl of aervlce Thia antalla on tha wife of a nea Benator a call on the entire Benate Beatdea, th.y must make the rall requlred of th? ' aMnel aroraen and call .ni the Cabinet women themaelvaa unlaaa tl ev mak?- tOO mui h Of the ol.l and mootad polnl of whlch sha'l call Brat a Itot*t*eeentative'fl wife haa ? taak ba fote her If Bhe 1 Ifllfl the law'fl dl ? TOO, f.<r not only mual Bha roaki all of the - .iUs requlred of the Cablnel woman at") 11 . gei ator'a wlfe, bul sh" mual add to theae i on I wlvea of foreign adn*. latora and thi wl ea of taembera of tha Houae wi - - ? gth of Benrw 9 0 I IfllflB thal of her 1 iiebai d Must Make Six Hundred Calls. If ? nea ber*B a lf? l? not dead be? fore tbe a la falrly over aha a 11 have mi " l tO six hundred calls. Women are yel iMn* who eccompllahed thla real Mi - Jamefl it Mann, a Ife of th? leadei of the minority; Mrs Henry Klrh Porter, wlffl of a fornier memher ..f the Houae from Pennaylvanla, ?nd v"rt"' Other* When one t?f 'he ao< ial arMtera of tha stato Department fofortned a rjueationer a f??w daya aaro tl at ahe mual never leave ... ho*.te?*i until the rank Ing gtMat, or gnael of honor, had gone plled that that a ? : ricin. bul tbe Rii*?t mlgbl k->ep her up loo fnr beyond her bedtime The anawer Th-i you had better aol co t<> II - dlnner " BUI all the tro ible II - Btati 11 j.artin. nl Itaelf to aetl poela ? emalna a rai queatlon, and euch women aa Mi I ert fIlti ?- aband waa <*1 aii man of Ihi elfln aMTalrr. - 1.ltt? ? of the ? || ?. ,.? m - thal arhen pueyts ere 'tuited t-. one'a homi n . h that Ina Itatlon ? reeted equal, .- ,-,- j -. cedei - ? iM nol e: ti Into the subjecl M -?. C'larl wlfi thi - ? more e: r-mpt froi I re evi the Cablnel 1 will havi made all the - lalta requlred of fore t1 ? ? opa na lai ua ri a 1 - n her receptlon -in> la the sami ..???? ?- . PractlcaMj ? . entli world, altri - ? 1 ? -.- thei ?re pa) reflular da>a ? "MISS KATE"'BRiNGS SOBS She Calls "Biggest Game" Human Problem. Not Money. Mlaa Kate Bai nard, - on li Charitlea and CorT4?4*IJom In the St:.*" of oklahoma. whom they ra'.l oul ate and ' <>;;i Kat. ' and hete "Mlaa Kate' and "1 Oklahoma Kati ' told a compai of two and women In < at thi 11 Cl 1 laat nlght ao a of 1 terril a thlngi ??. ? il the laboi of drea and ol womi n an-i even of 1 1 .n and women who "dreaa for' dlm. ln the hanlt of I for 1 mon ? 1 ? 1 Uei - ?? wept, t 11 ., . ihe aat d ?????? ..... damed aod her ha Bl rui o\et 1 .-; emotloi ri it 0 aee ol ln ngth. - ,- mada I ar p ea 10 tba bualni ....-, of ti.e Unlted Btatea a ba 1 ???? -? ? 1 ne wll ? ? >.f a - ahbra ti. aolva tha "human problem,'' ?in a it waa too Mg for pWlantbroplata and ao :a. workera "Tba Mggeat gama on tflrth," she labelled 1 b work aa aithacl from Ihe **monej game,' wl leh ahe called "tha llttleal n.m,* on aarth." H?-t father, aha told tbem played tl.e DMHM y gain.-, an.l when ba dled he told bei with bla laal breath lhal hia Hta had i"-en a f.. . waa the aubject aha wag s, heduled to dlaeuaa but ai,e <i> ait en ?;-. vith taduetrtal arteena, wbl - relop ommercfl and deetroy humanlty. lf onb tl e buatoeaa maa af Kea *i - k would and ber tbetr baeklng, ahfl aaM, it.., the bualneaa men of Oklahoma would lollow ? II "If yOU COUgb," Bfl . ? ? .v m,<- ie Oni of the bualaeaa 1 aa praaanl tip;.**i orei tba heavy <-ak tablfl aupportlng *.?-r pttcher ..f eotd water ln blfl eagerne?? to flflaurfl hei of his Bttppofi aft.i abo had Bnlabed apaaldnfl MRS. DOXEY MARRIED Acquitted of Charge of Murder, but Accused of Bigamy. Bt I-onls, Deo M?Mra Dora V. l>ox*-y. who was Bcrpiitted bera threa yeara uro i.f a **harge of murdering wuium .' Drder, has baan laanied to Prai Whu ney, of Oroflno, htnho, a*soordtng to iet ters recelved to-daj Th- trlal of Mra l?oxey on a oharge of bigamy m naarrylng Krd.r has baea OOOtlnoed eicht tlmea at Clayton, Mo., becauae it wns r>-p.>it---i that she waa aariouMy UL Dr. Ixreti B Donoy was found d--..ii ln a river near Cllfton, Tenn. WARNING TO AMERICAN BOYS Dr. Schaefler, Pennsylvania Educator, Says I oreign Born Will Outstnp Them Unless They Take Full Advantage of High School Courses. ByraOUM ->??. 0?k warning to the Amerlcaa hoy to take tafl advnntaau ot thl hlgh school cotirse of education. lest his foreign born broth-r outstrlp him. was utteved by l" N C. Bchaeffer, Bmieilalendinl of BSducatlon of Pennayl veata ta aa eddr-oa to-nlght betore the members et aBVOB stat. edUOatlOB aocie ties aOW ln stisaion here He said Thare nie te*day at least fort;. voca tiotu whl h nouln a hlgh ichoo educa ,, -,\ aay of preflmlnary training. and ti.e bOV who qult* school hefore tinisl.:m< ti,.- four yemrm hi>:h icbool curs. ah < I against himaelf tn. door of opp rtjinity ?f.o makes it Iropoaalblj foi himself t-. enter t b> M-catiotis w hi< b as|.:i. 10 be ranked arlth th- profeaalone and whlch havi within I..., -anks the leadcn >.f tincrlcan rlvlllaatlon. The European school .-ondemnn tne chiitUcn vt the .-.aeuiit- and mi<idle ci;,st,.? to ordlaarj trad<*s The Amerl an ai-hooi meana equal ..pp-utunitj for e\?-r> boj and ererj glrl regardleaa of waalta or aocaal poaitlon ,\t the rate ,.t whli fon r-ra ;ue comlnfl to our ahorea, that thei chlldren may havi Ihe benefll f tbe free a h.iola ,,f , country, tbere li bul om poeelble outoom* ?if th, americaa hlgh BOhool bay arlll eoatlnue 10 waeta hia time upon frater nity ftineti.-is, aoctal plaaaure and atu , dent acttvltlea whlcb merely aim at gratl* flcation "?' aebt arhOa fcrelga t???> ** ato*ly wlth inprea ? ?"? ated 7..-hI at achool and in I tbe neaalnfli al bome," Dr. s--ha>-nVr , ,.n, i,i,i. ,t "the outoemo wlW bc thal lan 0) taent) ? -'- hatiara the fotelga born j boj ar boj born of foreti i taga 'will till the placea ihat might ba oo upled by boj a of American iraaoaflflV ISSTl School Board Members Decline Her Resignation?Charrje Is ??Gross Misconduct." WINTHROP SUBMITS REPORT President Deplores Rejection by Estimate Board of Professor Moore's Findings on New York System. M:* Bthel MeMaeter Bibee, ? teachei ln Publlo Si hool ]>>4, Manhattan, was dl' missed y.-sterriav hy a unar.iino-s VOtl I f the Board of Education. Bhe was i harged with "grOM mlscnduct." Thl cliarg.-s prew out of ailege.l mlsrcprcsetitatlon of facti i i Miu Bli. when ibi becami a teacbi i it ?ai on I" I''"r -'tt II'-. lhal Mrs. Hishee Wai appoliited ns a teacher nt Publk s.-hooi i'i. bul lln recelved tho appointmeut under the name of r.thci MeMaater. On November i the appolnt* menl becami affectlva Then, it u charged, Mii Blabee ta'isht untll No* vember M, a I > n ahe Informed th< CII Buperintendenl of Bchooli thal ihi marrled and her name ?;n Mrs B, s i tiabee i >?! a rwejui M of thi a !-' thoritlei to know the date, sl.- gave the "oflletal date," II la aaid. as Novem? ber a, Ifli An Inveatlgatlon followed arlth the ? aull thnt ehargae were preferred i Mrs. Hls'. wh<t. 't was found that ahe was marrled on Augual '?.. ? two '? mthi befon ihi aai ? i \ dnl a t.-ach.-r under her i len ? and ?uppoeedly ns an anmarried won.. -. The chargei wen pr.f.ned by Dlitrlcl Buperintendenl MeOray. Mra. Blabei i ? toM t" appeai al ? hearing later. Bhe ? .ight te neigi oi l>ecember Ig bul the ? :t> Buperintendenl was reQueated by the committee on elementary arhooli not to f..'-. ;.t hei reaignatlon The board loel no IIhm ? -'? da] '' . Mi Blabee ,. ore ihe s< n k t Mr. Winth.op Bubmitl Repoi*. - . I ., t ? Boi of KA itlot ? ibrnltted hla . al reatei ? i ot i'i >f< ?? ?? Kdwatd | I.f Yale l.*i tatlon ..I Ihi Boai d of Kt local si Ir. . ? take" waa ma cl ? 11 ? ntii .. . Thli . i ? : llat. ? ? ?. ? but It wai ? formed. not lt ; ln ine opln ..n of the ofl board, with a I ... ? . , ? ? thl a nl th. rn I d - rntln Ite* on I ???! ln . ? ? nmei ? b ? gra :>??-!.* ? . that l I rd ol I du ition ha* li ?:?! ef ne anereaehmenta nf thi ate ? n its power. 11" de . . amphaeta on II t i lle aaye further: i DM that thl dli "OM ;?. t. a rdch baa now commei to good results and to tne fi ? ? : , ol tne r ?rd of Education from t ? ,. b tbe 1 pportlonmenl L*3 *-uUe_,vuj'ed to ? ? Sarcasm for Eitimate Board. John Meri n er.-.in mllvened the meel Ing w ??? nn irh-. ibo il tln Board of Katlmata Hhi dlei et ? ' ? reeaM obje. tlon by Mr. ?' ? i.ti 1 i i I f a reeotuk Itted by Mr Martin, calllttg on ; I I I ol I I lor lnformatlon regard ? itter ef ?alaitt-s for J.inltorv, w 11 I > ? ll r P, e sl.'.. ? lllt. 1 " I ??" oUje. ted to laked if the Infuimatlon a forthi omlni prior to the t t ot the termi of ofllee of the of Um Board of Bitlmati ?? ' ^pportlonmeal ai aoa > onetltuted " Mr. Chun bill thought I ? wl tt of i >.i ip al the Board ?' i li and that u thhi waa thl tli " tot d reelli ? wai I ? ' aai aot entln '?? .I.. remtnd Ihi mei i of the ,.. , : ef Batlmate thal their lenui of ,tti..? wai f.i ? ? *n end Mr. . | , , ?. ? ; ? ed, and thl raeolutloa *. ' "-1 ienten< * -I dl.i Ihe Board of Ratlmale " Mld Mi Mi rtli t 1 dp nol thtnh lha board I in I mortal ? I Dlden tlmea II ? | dlapl rd a it,.. r,.,. -. i nv n a hat thi) ?.u ...tlrilie' I" Mr. Martin madi plea lo i rkeleton al thi I.i I ef E tlmi ti \toyo, bUl he sal I that \..MS had lUCh EUriow wajs of dolni ' Ingi thel II " Igbt mm i.i aattM to '? ?' i d the memben of thi board th-.t thi aot getutig b;, h ? Bata STAGE FOR MRS. EASTMAN Brooklyn Playwright to Become Professional Actress. Word rearhed Brooklyn rer.terd.iy' that Mis. Babeeea Lam Hooper Baitman, laughter ol Profeeaor Prankltn W, Hoop tr. dlre. tor of tlie Brooklyn Inntttute of Arts and 8< l-nees, has deti-rmined to become a professional Hctr?ss. Mis. Eaat* man u- now at Cambrldga, Bua, nkeen Ing wltb a stock company Whleh wlll pr? lenl her play, "The Hespictablllty of Kdicemere." |)r H<?'l?r said yest.-rday ihat his daughter v-ould BOI follOW a per manent stage career. Mis F.astman has WritUfl MVeral plays thal have been presente.i at rarioui the* ntr.-s wltb 1000000 Bhe formerly was prominent In amateur theatrical rirelea She is .. traduati of Radcllffi Collegi aad i- prealdenl <>f the BToaiaa'i LTatveretty lub. of Manhattan. She marned William K mat man. af Mantiattan, on Julv _'?. --? SUFFRAGE PIONEER DIES Mrs. Anna C. Field Started Women's League 40 Years Ago. Mrs. Anna C BWd, MUdlted with beir.g tha origlnal snfTra-rlst of Brooklyn, dled reoterdey at tha home ef her ooa, B. C. lVdd. Ne IH Hicks street She was ln her ninetieth year Her death resnlte! from a faii doam a Blgfcl of italn i week i Tbe first orgaataatlen to flgbi for the rights of women was formed at her hou-e f..rt> yean .-..>.'.. Bhe *.. Iti BM preri* 1ent. Besides her club wotk Mrs PleM eoadUCted a number of lil.-arv .-lasses .nd did some wtltiilR. She leavea three MM SEE SUFFRAGE IM 1915 Women Prepare for Distric RBd Borough Conventions. "A : ? nnj aavi -i earned," 1 Miss Marj Qarretl n ? partj ? appl - - for th. cnetll i : ? ? _ae Laal vear tha ?, . through the mall hundreda and I of poetcard notll I i annua tlona tbe Blxty*tl ably dla trid conventlona tl e bor ? igh conventlom and tha general - onvi n! Thi Womai Buffrage part) ba coal aboul M00 to Inform thoee memben whoai pr< en ? wai i aquin -i. This year Mlaa Hajr i ? < r mlnt that 9i". ahouid be aaved and the meel Inga arranged for by word of mouth. Bhi aet the maehlnery going, .-. A la tha bu aighl daya, wlthoui tho expendtture nf i cent for clerk hlro or poetage, the ptaci where each of tbe aaaembly dlatrlct meel inis's will be l ? ti found and m.i.l' Itnown to thoee who ahouid attend. In cludlng the borough conrentlonfl and ti" general convention, Blxty-nlna meetlngi hav been arranged f r. The dlatrid conventlona win take place January u the borough conventlonfl January ^1 am thfl city convt atlon lu February. Por tho laal -? Bloi Mlaa Hay baa cr out tha raingnuniafl they have alwaya har! ?re, and ir lead of Bpeecbea frorr th* ; itfi na it aill be J ial b big talk feat for the women .?n the II -. Imaglnt ono thousand women?thafa the numbei thev eaped bi tbouaand ivomeii, all to ?.?? iher In ? balL with liberty to ? Ihetr on how to convt rt the i It] t-. auflraica before | be tl < ?;.- am! all wiii be weli - -.ii think tl a roa ' of the hall wil f' Mlaa Hay waa aaked "lt arlll,** i . "I*H be thei ONLY WOMAN CGP HERE From Los Angeles, nnd Visits Night Court in Uniform. Iflea Allce Btebbl Wells, | ? . poltc ? ln this Rountry, who la on of Loa Angek ? paid .1 ? ? ? . . . ? " . whicn ? ' ' ? \br- Up. 1 of the ' I It Im I. - .-. n ; of tha ?trcel alde the rail When hei ird ?? tdki ? ? , t . nn mm h c \-. ? t g .it ? in I.,, ? ? ' at ol ll y. ? BRIDE WON'T RETURN Aged Stcphen Bcutt Told Slic Has Left Him to Stay. ? ? 1 . 1 - ? up i.ll hope of Ind n .ns hia d ? . 1 II, ol , ? .... .iet.-nr a wlth him / 1:..- .-? :..-?? ta are nif** ? ' ? t quarrel. thal ick to r tru ? , from hli ? 1 longer. JURY WOULD HAMG WOMAN Ready to Inflict Death Penalty if Murder Is Proved I -? --. M Tha death 1- aa ty arlll he aaked in the- caae or Mra Harriel M. Burnbam, who w.is placed on trlal to-.hiy ln Judgfl Kei rten'fl OOUIt, I aith kllllng hi r huaband, Herberi I mi leted In two ?. they v ild ni ? death penalty lf tbey tho I I . rarranted 11 Mrs Burnham will li ? -.t h^r :. bul will pl. ? 1 ?? f-di - ? 1 . m Useful I iousehold Hps int will 1 I - - I : r : r Tlpr, I i.-i-in tment," .N'? * - 1. ? 1 rVll ? Na IM Naaaaa t-tr..--.. POF THH I"". BR OF ORIl JaTTAL . iiin \ T ? i:- >vv but 1 ' iua poi !p . ? tntoa .in 1 other China warea .. t.-t r.ea a rough aurfaoe around the bottom tbat Boratehaa the aurface of tba tni,... An tutist who loveo theea faecln* aung 1i1t.es in graana and graya aad 1 lu< s ruba < -.lUt-o aundpaper over tha . of h>.- plflltera aad plati - ^!--' hafl ;?-> faar of future acratchca. aTORIKQ household bupplieb. - F.-r tha bouaakai i-er of moderate who pereonally atteade t<> ber marketlng f..r Baturday an.l rjun-l.iy, eareful con phlt-ratlon mUBt be glven to tho proper -.t..rinf* of the auppllefl on theli from the tuaik.-t. Tho meat al Immediatelj reraoved from the 1 whirh it haa baan wrapped, wiped a th a ii.imp cloth, and placod on ? granlte or ?tonewara dlah, upon tb? lower flhelf of ? ,. (. ebox. Ri in-tui er alao 1 t aa ?a-eetbraada, kldnaya llvar and nii interaal orpmna ot anlmala q rapidly, thej bI p ild ? parbolli -i al on ??-. an-i after anrlnkllnj wltb a UttaV placed m a coM place untfl wanted Bul ter a bi h tb< proi Ida ol hoti th purcbaaa la four or flare pound cro ka will retain itn BWeetl BM lo&fler U with ? moist cloth, over arhieh lfl aprtnk led a layer of laMfl aalt* after whlch the cover of -11" 1 rock is adj .st. d and thi r.ptadfl Btorfld in a .-.id place Look carefully over th.- greea *-? tt their arrival and Inatantly renum al] gead ..r wiltod portloBO, then aprinkla Uberally wlth 00M watar aad ei paper baga ao that thaa* may retain thf-ir ? - Celary, bowaaar, may he K on ?? aad otood m a jar af ,,,1,1 w..t'-r Bpedal attention wiii of eoatae ba gtraa to tha bread flnd - ak.t boaefl oa Baturdaj aaoratag, when they Ij araahed arith hoi watai grywA aad placad oul 0 daa ln the aualiflht. where thej will be nlred readlneea '"r 'he broara loavea, eriap nlm, eooklaa and caki that wttl aa r.ecded o\er th* wcck'fl tnd. THE GREAT WASTE IN SLIPSHOD SHOPPING How ihe Careless Shopper Wastes Her Own Time and Other People's Money by Her Disorganized Procedure. 'The largeel parl ol ? ?? ipplng should j.. rlen. ed pun haalng agent Tbi Informed, mo iopper is th< ? 1 bei self f..r th> ?hopplng trip. Through the faahion pagei of magaelnea and -, ihi has In i t'. pnvi Bhi bai declded whal bIm wams Bhe hi r prtci limltatloni ?nd .aha knowi from advertlaementi approi ly what !-|i>- aill hav- to paj "Bu. ? ihopper li alwayi armed win. a notel.k And sh. is rerj llkely to do hi r abopplng I thlngi uke n>> tlona, underwear and materlala, In one store. when ihi ktiows her way about. Tbe woman who arould ibop arlth tlu- best ihould copy tiie methodi of the . it-of*town ihopper, who knows thal mvi mlnutM of ber week ln t > dolng n oal >.f her b lylng In one eton. I. the CO ITM of tl.at w..-k sh <!?'.?< ..li thl Wlnter or summer ootflttlng ..f hei famlly, bealdea fiinng num-rous immlaalom p.r her m-lghborB. "The woman who can get to tlie str.r.'d at an} t l alwayi beionKs to the l Carelem Bbopm r. She tbi time of the ato.-e mployee, Indlrectly she keene up prtcao and contrlbutea t.. the high cost of living, ? ..> !,:? ?terloui t .r.j. :i whlch is oj . nitt B] >.f i . ?? 'Wi.. re nn the waleti? I see yoq are ;L aale of waleti,' Fhe says to the fer. And that functionary, who baa anawered thi samn question for two hundred wom n lhal aft.-rnoon, acarded coun 1.1 i straight i ? fore her. "'Why, 1 don't like these at all," ehe romplaina'to th- <'.,:k after she has ex amlned half a doaen wallta, Th' y aren't good matei d ar.- not weii made.' ? ? good value for tiie money. I find th<- i.m. > wa ltl at the slde \t,<I ti.. uneoneriOUl t'areless ,.. - :? ? . thl >-\ ,.t 'f tue best ? .1. tbi' Ity. Hut Qenluawean ,..i. in department itorei u is ., . i ? and stou:. ai t ter tl ' eleai I aalata of ti.e f.-n>t ahe la aocuH -.??? pajs. ;. tlon on tl " tii take thla oi--.' ihi s".->. after th? .. doaen boxea 'Beod it . < >. ! i' \ I taki s down the that nhnoat ; . baga w.ii come back. ? ipmt all aften.> In ? itora a thonl buying any* thlng hai tt,,,,, wmy t,> thli new type t . ? Bometln m im ^. ahe is unwtll ig to i mleewoman. ... en eenaatloi ut havlng thera ln tb" houae and trylng 9he doem't i inl ? ? tlmi. bul - , |n*. Ited ' ? :? inagi menl t" t..i -.?? B of her ? .ir. . ? n lt in tb<- hands ? tn. : undle wrapper. Later "r >*? gaiu p by ? maa wltb a basket. wbo in the wall Mmewbcn aml ? _ | o t , (?::?> . f t ? ?-<-s of a lt At th." - d.'sk It . . - | earrlagi aad aml -.. .. chute, the paid pn-knges going in .1 ii parceli i i ther, ??Down itt ? i* iment when thi .... | ? ,.i and all day, th- t.-i-k..^^ ?U to the lnst thm let flt* I If lt li ll.lTSMa lTJ i leheck | me hntflfl aet of plgeooholea like tboae In a country poatoffli ? Tha . II is aortad an-i checkad tli packed aaoot*dlnfl bfl ? ttion iftai thla it la placed on * big rai * and thflfl lifted hy ,-levator to the aidewalk where it is attppad into bii auto* | moblh ti m k Armed aith his ?'. < > D abeet, the drivei areeaatfl the pachag) fll the door >-f tha carfltaaa Bhopper. if "he refueea to r-<>n?- it. almost as meat handfl are requlred to put n bflek tnto itock AU thlfl naeena time aad monay, for whlch tb* careffll as well as the care* Iggm ahopper eventually pays. "Kv.'t. th-- ahopper who re.illv means to aonratiaaea unwiuingiy makes ber taah hard. Pflttantfy ahfl goes ab?-ut amoiu*, tba .-h-.ps, looking lor Just tha gown Bha afledfl an.l ahe flnds It. 'i 'h t, - i tn aot praparoi to try it on ta day* iha aa* b. '*fl* eeon* i can't p?y a <j.?poeit OH it when I don't know whether lt W?I flt.' Next dag ehe returns: the gofm tt I 9 Bhfl Rfla not only was ted her time, but the thannaa are she will find nothlng flulte aa eultahle ?,s the vanlshed. gown. It ls alaraya the moat deatmUfl garment nall as the biggeet llsh that ls lorjt. "There 1s a Btrange aup^rstitlon aTnon*r women r-hoppers that taajf must r-ev*?r take the flr.st thing offered them. BhOflW f,.rm the single re*dy-to-w<?_r exropUori to thls rule. Rcalizing this. the exp**n en<-ed rlerk rever offers a COfltOflBOC the most batonrdng hat or coat at flraa. Sh* keepa it for the second or third Md for approval, and whlle, for BflflfltlOflBfl) sake. N i3 pometlin.s well to look through thr, sto.-k of several fltflfflfl when one has th* time the really open-mlnded ahopper U wlse eno-igh to take the thing lhat aulU her whenever rhe flnds It. Fhe ahouid r.ever hepin a r-hopptng t--ur unl*ss ahe |a in the frame of mlnd lo buy. The elerk-i are rjulcb to flngle out ihe woman Whfl I* ?only looking.' and she naturally fflBfllVefl lorrespondlng aervlce. ".-- metlmes thia amotints t^? pflBKhfl J Inclvillty, and the careless cur-tomer htaet-1 - i s to the offlce of the auperlntendent to comptaln. No msfter what the out- om*, tha ineident ls annoying. A letter wrttter, rr\t day would aecuro the eame rr?u1t? with less nervoue draln. Any ertual rudeaeee en tha rart of aaie-i people Id he r'porfd for Ihe protection of thfl public, but the f.ilr-mliided woman. . -.-r ht-r flr-t Irritatlon has rasse-l. la Uatially aHe to *?-e that the f.iuH ls large? ly her own. "\ n.,l^s?rlrl who has wattel flflflfl ? hundre.1 cust<>m?r*. at leeet tpn of whom have baea 'dlflkaalt,' is likeiv to h? rathe. ., , . ? ;(t the and of tba day. It is in that last trylng hour, between *> and *. ? most of the rotnptathtfl nr? made Bul len mlautefl with .-> reallj Irritabte . ., | take --ii the spirit o.tt ?.f the glrl fnr tba ' ' " ' ' matter the en-.-untrr oecaire II la ? l.I ldea. therefora to ahop in the rrtovnlttfl whlle the elerka are free* and before the ?ftertMKMl ruflh beglnfl \ rainv duv I elao s gotden opport-in't- for the woman ?rho is r--.t afraiii t" wear ? ati ??Th.- wi*.- ahoi p? glvea n lf t hn tj of time Th<? auburban r_atomei ivha ruahea into a store ten minutea before he train leavea and itanda Brat <-n ona feait . n on st other whlle thi i| pelng made ready foi bei - n '"| nol only for the mletakee In her own pui . , but ln that Of the sh'-pn-1 Who foi .,, be walti ' ? tke fltln nervoua sale^wom.in Postal Card Departments Recipes Tcsted and I;ound Good au reetvet aapeartag !n tr.e-e co'umni bave . J,.tt.-.c.en:s ar. md BBkU- other urvasa No IM Na_.-J.l -treet ths iMOrtmeM *m mtt he tetpanetMa iot tMED BICB. ?Wei eooked li i ih and water- "hall and , ,|lf ... i much more cereal Ier breakfaat eooked ln water alone. | i mual naiti of mllk .',,,1 ormter, 11 thi eereal arill not be U If mllk only is uaed. -.,.., ' r breakfaat it li ? good . r night in water enough I ,- [| wlll th.-n take |eM 0*0* to cook aooD ki i.i: f*OB wa. fi.k.s - ,. LfBei, llki paneakei, an very weleome tor breakfaat on wtntry mornlnga Have ready a plnl uf mllk. a icant pint and a half Of Hour. two eggs. two tablespoon ,, is of buttir, ?? tdaenoenful ol craam rtar ami half a teaepoonfal of i0da Mix thi >!? Ingn di.nts to* .,.. | | . on* beatao ttll llght, the butter ..ft. r meltlng ll ta lare tahle tpooafuli or boUing water, and Bnally the ,,,!!;. form It Into a imooth batter and it wiii be ready for frj I COBKMEAL MiFI'lNS. WiTil OKB I -,;,;, Hav. readj a cupful of flour. a ,,.? ornmeaj, half a cupful of ipoonful of aoda. it- large, well i;. ,, ega and half I cupful each of ,..,".??, ., d ol ittermltk. Mix the dry I . ,,:s, , !,. !, ,- ..i . i - nnd beat welL it the batter s.- au to be too atltf add .. little mon liquld and bnki tke mufltaa ln hoi mufBn ' i Daily Bill of Fare SATURDAY. BREAKFABT?Oatmeal alth ? mem, ii. ladelphla icrapple, ippli butter, ebeal ? Li'N'MiK'iN Maearoi alth cheeeeend tomato muce, graham bread. doaghauti, tea . DINNEB Onlon aoup Mlmon steaK with Hollandalai muce, Fnnoh fried p? tatoea, o lahed t irntpa craaherry p*e. coffee. ONION BOUP. -..-.;. ia but a dellcate fh.^"i of onloi Hav. ready aaa quarl of mllk- fo,ir enkmn thf.ts rotka three tableepoonfuhi e$ butter, ? kcnn labteepooaful ei Boar, a cupful o' aum and a _-a^uiiing of ?alt and pt-p ? ? Put the butter Into a fry Ing ran Bad add the onlons cut Into thln allcee le" 1 thl onlons cook ln the butter snd hrow-n. I bul i ot burn, for half an hoar. Mix fhe - ? with the ontMM and butter. Pat tha pan over the hot p--rt of the flre. Btlr tts eontinta brtikly tor time miantei, then add them to the hot mlllc ind cook thl soup tor flfteen nilnute*. rreta t tl rough tbe etralner and pat flKaln en tl.e stove. When hot beat tba e*g yol** IntO II and add ti.e cream. S?lr tha whole. for tlneo mlnute. and then serve Imrn* dlately wltb croutana. Mllk may he vtari tn place of cream if an extra tableapoon* ful of butter !a added. ^^ After Christmas The rery day after Chrlstmaa laat rear* a wtm w.iinan bought a amall bla_.*b*oV? ani wrote on the cover, "My Chrlatmaa Book." At the top of tbe f.rst pag-i |h* wrote, ".'htist.-uas. 0Lm He'ow lf, af thl extremi tafl, ehe llsted the n?m*? et those With whom ahe waa accuatomed tn exchange gifts The page waa than ruted into three columna, headed. respectlrely, ? To." 'Trom" and "Snggeatlona.** Opposlte each name she wrote tn tbo proper eotumna the articles recelved from and those glven to each Indlvldual. tha latter to prevent dupllcatton ln the future. Inder the head of "Suggeatlona" lha WTOte whatever ahe had gleaned regard? ing the wants and wishea of her frlonJ-. their preferew m as to ooloe* thm <t glovee, etc. or any item whlch she fati eied mlght nm iey beeemi belpfal ta tba letecttoa of a gift That tins llttle book wtU gio\v raora useful as tiie peotl pasw any one can prove to herself by attemptlng to mike Oal a similar page frotn memory as lo tbe dotnga of ? Chrtetanei a year ?ko Bhe Iwtll i'f lurprteed to nnd how dUBeall it la to lainember erhat Ki-ts were *x changed even to short a time be>fore. and will wonder bOW iftia ane haa du|i!t a'.-l her offering-. Thla same urtae womaa began Imme* dlately after the holldays to sa\e for tha neal Chriataaaa, and has kept it up ever Blnce Not necessartly mone\. but tho?e unpurcha-eable tliings whlch dtlft into every home. and whlch wltb a llttle ta* | genulty may be transformed into very ac . ptabla gifts. Mailing tubes. for insiance. whlch maka up into doily holders and vetl cases. w Iu a ' padded aud saih.te.l and fitted With env broidered or euactled covan and ribh >n ! t.es Sllditig boxes from the drugglsts. tht?e i of whlch, ..ne Rlued on top of the other. I [.rovi.led with gilded eollar button pulla and covered with rlbboti or cretonne, make aoch attractlve trinket cabinets. Typewritter ribbon epooti which, when gil.t.-.l and *llled wltb lingerle ribbon and tled between two heart-shaped plec. s of siik-covet.-d eardboard, maka pr.-tt> and uaeful ribbon hoMen ?;oid eord aml ribbon. which comes on rand) boxes. even the l.oxej. themselvea wh.n eapectally pretty. ttaaoe paper and - m fact, an>'thlng Whlcb may help |i the inevltable Chrlatmaa nmh, when ,\ei\ penny as, well ae every second counte.