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Lawyer Pays Two Fines in Harlem and Is Held in Jefferson Market. DENIES HE'S RECKLESS Has Driven 20,000 Miles and Has Yet to Kill a "Chicken," He Says?Magistrates Skeptical. : Blnney, who converted tb avenue, 02d itrset ami irea Into a racstrack . m Chriatmaa w? ? rterday- In two barged arhh ? laws in three par? ire Mr. Blnsey had hardly left ?ourt, where he paid tines f?". " ? i out his muffler, a ha s ' ikea to Jeff? rson Market court and hi id for examination Tu i fur - moring traffic rej ? Marh m ??ourt Motor? - I .man i Howe, "f Traffic B_auad i '. aald he ??aw ??' ?-' up I-lftii avenue past -????-. last Wsdnoaday night at high i and with the exhausta cracking and roaring. Hewe caught the R< ? lawyer at Bah ?-tre?'t and Instruct-?! In court Th :rsd i] n lng. Mr. Blnney dil BOt ??h<?w up that <la\. ?? Magtatrate ippleton lasued a warrant for hta rrssl In the mean time Mr. Pinney apposas! yesterday morning ?>f hla own ar-corl. knowing nothing I tat? warrant. Se said he had telephoned ? uraday nat he was ill at the Mot. i n. A court attendant oonftrtr,?-1 ? ? wirrant was i ancolled. pr. far as tl * ipsedlug oharge waa con Mr Bans? aald be was driving and that therefore the tw? four-mMrs-an ho-.ir rate the policeman I | ?" waa not II ???:-. sutomobllea from pv ? racsra down to '-hen powei than twenty thousand miles In al. 1 guesa and I've yet to kill it hi k< even on a country M I'.': nay, stoutly. The i ' ' hosrsvor, was nhduratt ryer $"'. whi h he pala ? ? ; r?test The lutorno* ?ew 1 t the law prohibited un ij noisea 01 lutomobllea, hut he -., u was ? i for him to ?re ? ,\, |ii that night, as his horn - 1er. Magistrate Appieton ? thai wsy, and Mr Btn ? ther BO, end again he pro tested, -Mr Bintiey, it ? ., : oral come ?. i .'.-le. .! with going more than n hour, and with having muffli r cut out, and the eviuen?-? ? you ar.- guilty, I'll send you t I nous? csi make a teal ourta in the world M tlcall] said Magia it ? ? ? ? . leaped to his feet and cried: "' ,i .\ ?;? on to the remarks ?.f the , d mo\e they be Btflcksn from the ? va? manted, and the re? it il? walkei! irtroom t?> a large limou '. I? h a young wr?mar? ng for h ' ? he ? nt?-: ? Patrolman t'ary, of Trath m foi reckleaa drl g the traffic 'aw- at Fifth t \\'.l.i?sda> fternoon I rreeted by - ? away the limousine and ? nt t" court tant l ?Istru-t Attorney Dl ? ? menace to humi :hc ourt to fix : Bin repli? Dlckinson'a remarks - u daloua ' snd the ai-sistant . vttori to mak< The - > nd Mr - . w,.it"<l until a rep ? ? : ? . HANDCUFFED BY "DOCTOR" Mrs. Le Compte Says Worth Did It to Blackmail Her. Ma || wlfi of Edward i 1 'om| rical ei glneei. and living ? . . t"l'i ? ? . te hearing In ? (fed in her ?.v. n . . . ||, laid ,'-? ? i pur i lighten hi r tograph and ? ? ? eased h?r. - ? Joking." A suii '.'. oi il., ??'it he it Worth called eeka a.,s'j. bsj .n? be I aband to Inq lire ?I ...- hei .-? v< ral !.? ? ?rnpte Bald, Worth ? ? . l a lettei and a .??: i,v. n to \\ alt'-r nid chauffeui ? both f"i V'?'. W hen el i v. orth plac? d the . ."iin.tttd ' a small i .tun of Mri- Le , bureau .it home it was e said, snd the endatlon which ?u - L had given him ., t< . w ho undei ih?? bond on a K Ids wife last month. un H. and Mra Le Compte ?. affectionate toward SON SHE FLED WITH FOUND ??1rs. Hevenor, Who Da.sh.ed from Court with Boy in Auto, in This City. ? i ii.v. noi. N? s Voiy mai i snd i -mi'? i contest n wa : to learn in the Supreme ?'ourt m t wnereabouta oi bii ;' rvo) M lle\enor. )r . the yean ' mother, Mis fjraoe D. m. vo? te who? Hsvsnor is suing for divorce, ? v last Wsflnasdaj at tot ? n in i.ik.w.iod, M. J.. I away with lilin In an nut?. lia is now s,,f.. and BOUnd With '???i..' i at No. 4.', Ptnehurst avenue. ?til? , It Mevsnot ?.i.tauie.i an ordei in tne ?su ?. t ?in?-' im? Mra. Hevsnor to causa wbj she abouM eat produce 0) ?1, court and ,-ive him into the 'i.ofth? father. Justl? ? (?u-enhauiu <i Mi s Hsvsndi ??? nava bei son in I on Molidas, when the "??lilt will d< , on id? custody of the bo). SOUTHERN WOMEN ASK BALLOT. I'.ililKh. '-' ?'. Jan 'T. A r?solution ntiouui.d In the HOSSa to-day In sassad the itate constttutlon ho that SOmsn Blight ratS This ?h the flrnt measure of the kind ?-\er iir?c?'iilfj in the North Carolina L? ??tUiui ?. SUFFRAGISTS FACE CRISIS IN ENGLAND Government Franchise Bill to Be Considered Next Week, When Fight Will, Be to Apply It to Women. By l<ia Haw-ted Harper. with the coming wet k tha w? t? ovement In Ora at Bi ? hat been ?ain.?i on without pa mon than fortj years, will reach crisis If the presen 1 psi llsmentarj fframmi is . arria .1 oui and il ? ? franchise bill ? 01m s p for us 1 reading, it will h?- remembered more than a : ear ago, aftei Pi Ima later Asqulth had given his promit allow a final reading of the conrtlla bill (1 compromise measure which a fully enfranchise thoae women who have municipal suffrage), he sudd Introduced what was then ral ed manhood suffrage bill U propose? remove all th?- qualification*, now ??* Ing for men, which, sii-ht as tha deprive about 2.SOO.OO0 <?f a vole, u de ? ] ?vli Ion foi enlai : ighta "t" ? omen This r like ,1 bombshell t?? those who were l? Ing tha aui aga ent, and In to 1 he -?..rm ..t Indignation Asqulth ra newed hla pledge i" ? ? ? facility t.'? 11.n? Illation and also to give full opportunity amending ins proposed 111 so tha would Include w? The suffragist* were greatIv disc? ? . . ? for 1 hej knew how II chsi ??'? ihera was l >i an amendment a ;?! ?i:iii' member loi (i menl a hl? h had 1 In fa <.,,- of ' - ? con -.?i.?- Ion me ? '-d at the thoughl of ad ? only oil ?,f thosi' men, I Ul .1 mass women ai?.?> to the par!lamentar?, re This caused disaffection amoi 1 ti a ipportera In the Ho ise ? < < 'otnmi which "as int? nslfled hy the the "militant" branch ol tha nuffragli who had come Into existence d last five yeara Their demonstration! ? - iar< and at pul I iiiKs ptiM. f\, use t.. those a ho ? ? ? ? ? 11 strong in th?* faith, and when bill can-.e m ? vote, In March. IS12, was- defeated bj 1 majorlt) ..f 14 < of lit This could liai- be ittributed to l "militants." however, for among tha who voted for it were Mi Balfour, B01 Law, Qeorge Wyndham, Alfred Lyttleti H .il, Sir K lv.,1. f. . seva ntea n ...ihn,. 1 Minist? 1 - Il coi have been saved by th?* Irish 1 wh" heretofore had lupported the nrom luffrag? 1 111, but bj dire I ord? r of Jo Redmond thirty-five voted "no" and m? of the others did not At t - ritl? ai itage of their Hoi e Rule 1 they considered it expedient 1 the women rather than dlsph A ilmllar exigency arose last Noveml when Philip Bnowdon in"., I ? ?? n.ent to th?* Hon,., Rule bill which wot give a vote : ?r ths proposed nea Parll ment to all who are now on the 1?,, government 1 ? gist? ? in Irelai d, Ti ide about ;???.???> women, 70.1 of whom own and manage their farn Is roca Ivad 111 aj ? ra, all from th? 1. ... party and Co.iaervatlvafa; Sit noes, t ? - ? rals und rty "whip* " Tha > wera , t? ?.?th Ha me Rule ? I Ich would pe e to rule tha Tl ?- auftrage ai a Ith th? e ceptlon "f those In Ireland, had nol mai ? ? ? t f'it tins .im' ndment, iIthough, ,. id t'l M it adopted. and thej wera disappointed at the failure of tr. latlon '? III Tl e "mllltanta" had, In fai ? tterly All felt that the r - .1 "i* their struggle should be .1 larg? ? ?., ire of 1 iffraga Line of Cleavage. A1 thii t- '' the line of cleavage b* t-.' 1. n the two gra ??' of tl movement became more than evei uated "n th?- night the amendment 1 tl . Home Ru 1 i III waa defeat? d tl "militants' atarted "it with hammer The "conatltutlonallats" held .1 ma 11 es Ing in Albert Hall and rai*?-d I ? I bagln a campaign for an amend .,. Qevernmeni Pranehlse bill, rremi? t,...i given the most ? - w hlch lata - confli med b Lloyd 1 ;f'' r, thai eve opi w,.i!d be afford.^) for amendlns to include women ; that ? ' v.?,'?id be .,;:?iw?d foi ' ill ?? 1 UMion; thi no part) pressure would be exerted, bu every member should be frsa to ,. rsonal 01 Inlon, snd thai *o amend ?hlch mighl be ?adopted th? govern menl would accept without question so make a pari of tha bill Th?.- National Union of Woman'! Buf iraL'.' Social ?d?rl Henr -eaW), tt |i tha head eald "We realise al the dlfllcultlas, bul thli H oui o;.'. .pi In gO "1 faith th Offer , ? ' from Lloyd Oeorgl Mr. Haldane, Blr ?Edward Orey, Mi Blr rail and other Cabinet minist? ,f members of the House. We aril do what wi can to creat? a pul II aentl menl for amending the bill " The Worna n'a Political 1 'nkm, m^ i ist - organisation, sa d "A pri vate amendma nt Ii impossible, and tbii will snd In another betrayal; th? ?? be one hope, and thai la for the government It e|f to Include woman suffrag? Ira thi i,iii. and wi will tari i? 1 ampalgn 01 In tlmidatlon." Thli bagan with the bra ak Im ??t the wlndowi In Bond straw! an Piccadilly, ""'i h>c* progreseed alons . stages t" tha present attaa ka oe mad boxee, telegraph and tel**phonea On the dav the Political Union da clared civil wai the National i tiion formed a jomt campaign < ommltta ?-. consl II |. ,,...,, latlon, which has HO affiliated ,, ', ,],,. - pa] 11?? 111? III i?,?. the tV-oman's Litoral Peda ration. ..,;,!, ,,,.,., t*a,ooo members, auxilian of ti,. Liberal party; tl"- National Women*! i.ai.or League, the People*! Buffrage Ped ?i.itioii. the Women** ' 'o-op. -rativ i- ?"wild, tt??- Men s League for Women'! Buffrage. the Pablan Bodrty, the Scottish Women's Liberal Federation and many memtora ..r Parllamenl Blnce then the National Council of w ?iii'-n of Oreal Britain and Ireland has .nii?-d s special meeting and hy a vote of more than Ihres to ?.m '...iiiun, i us conviction of the necessity for tlM suffraxe. and called upon th?- mem i? r- of Parllamenl to amend thli gov? srnmenl franohlsa i?iii All Organizations United. Practically all the organisation! ?if woiiii-i? in <;r?ai Britain bava Joined la this campaign the physicians, nursa , r? .?< in rs, writers, .?ni-ts. a'ti ssea re? form in" humanitarian so letiei Ol all kinds. B) public meetings, patltlons, p?r s<n?i ?canvass ami appeals through ths pi.us tlnv have carried on thli vast wTk, lar?;er ??nd mon- dignified In many r? ??,??t> than that In Ih?- United State?, and yel s'-arc "ly an SChO "f it has reach-d ' llila country. It haa heard only the bound "!.'n ??lui"m s- and Been ont) the re ? ' the polli ?? curt. -N- " ' : ; " ' li <-? ntr. d In the amend? ' ' ' i gov? rnment franchise I ;ill,i ' ? '? i- ?n no chance rot that until the Home Rula hin u.-,s 0U| .,r tin disestablishment well id? ?an ed l. do. ?- ? ,,? toara probable thai 'he end ? ? ? resent w? ek v ill sea I !" ' ompllaiicd but the dis. of the Iron* * heduled t.mn nexl .\; ?? i ,? Th? ? . ,,? this bill begins: "Every male person shall i. i "tli d to be ?? gist? ?? d .is a Psrllsmentei '" ?' ' onstltuency, If that i.? rw i iv 'ii.aiiii.'d in accordance wll ' ed, ' etc The qualll la m> i?'- resid?. foi I h i Isst months, thus . Mmlnating the pr< -? i i propert) owning or rent paying require? mem, u d making t ikmsiI le foi th? re? t ? W.-.I , :.i oi men t" \ote, bul exclud? ing all women i i n tbos? who foi tl ?? Isat fort . hav? po s? i d tue m i l< Ipal auffi Thia la the answer ..f the Bi Itlsh -1 ? ' ? t to the demands of hi tidreds of thousands of representative women, ror? through i" v? r ??? touch of "militan until a I th? last f a yean The discussion ol the governmer.t fran hlll is t.gin on v ? ' ? - toi? , i w i Prelim Ina \ to an) amendment to In? clude women muat he one t?. Kiiik?< out ? a word "male" from th? of the bill, m that it a ill read "Every n shall be ??!.titled tO regiltel ? Psi Ism? ntsrj ? le? tor." etc. ? ?ne a suppose that a ??? Iflctei but the courts have decided that In re? spect t i \ lalng th? " ge "women are not persona Bii Edward Or? champion thla amendment, und. if ac? ept? . .. a? ond a i I ?? off? i ? d for adult ill men und ill women This has verj llttl? ?uppoit and could not i Bibly be adopted Th.? n...\t ,,|, m,. Hat is called the Kor? w<. an am? i dn ent in i provides for ? is known as household B' " ??? ? \"t" foi ?v. r\ woman who ?a\- ratea or r? t of even a shilling a s eek, a hlch would include all who now have t,",. muni ; fian I lae ai; I bJbO the wiv? <?', hUBl wh?> h,i-.e thi-; quaHncatton Thli hi ' i, . Lloyd ( looi ge ?md most ist r? sort is the "concilia amendment almplj the conclllstteB bill whloh wa i ? acted 1 i -?nd is nol to any one, as It ?Iv?s t?.- Parliaments i only to th*.?... Women DOS On the munt< Ipnl rei(l?ter, about a million "conatltutlonal" suffragists hav? worked for thla plan in g"?.?i faith, as the] hsve ? pledged majority ef at least 13'? from ai? pari ? I it rotte d'ffer?nt in the government programme, sir Bd Ward Qrey'S amen'lment In to he defeated, and. of course with the word mats' left in the hill any ainendm.-nt for woman suffrage w? d be Impossible. To this ?nl an apparently authentic report Is cir? cul?t? I tbst if the Mil t? amended f"r worn i Premlsr As'iuith win rs Bign, and the downfall of the Li ? T.t will folios 1 hla w< lid nati? uralt) alienate both Mheral und Ni tionallat i ot?Ba The Laboi part] i ?.?; enough t" earn It. and th?- ma lorlty of the Conssrvstlvei are opi in ? "man suffi - if, however, by some chance the word got out then the i.ill d? t- mporarily foi other bualne a, snd a gnat deal of importance h pn ? n| i esently th? announcement will be mad. tu?t the time limit tor the ? n will not permit Bufflctem dU sioii ' '.? bise i? form Mil, and it will be repla ed by a plural vntlni; bill which will give no chsnee for amending, ; i ed and i? real)] the reform m manhood suffrage thai is generell) dealred. Ac ording to th? veto bill secured ? year or two ago, the Lorda can rete a nu ai ure twice, hut when it is passed b) tti*- Houae of i ?mmona a fiiin-i tun?- it becomea las a thout the consent of the upper h?iU??' This will I.? the -ase with Hi.- Home Rule bill if the Liberata rsrnsln In power, but the time limit of th? pre* ? m Houae esplrei In two yeara All hills which aie not ready to K" to th.- Lordfl by Februar) 10 therefore, will be too tat?? ?,, receive the benefll of thia reto oi f^r Hament id if a measure for woman auftrage can ! e postp<med beyond thai dat" thl " !" ' 0 Chance for ysai* tO eome and the betrayal "f th.? women by the ,': (ai i) will he eompl? tfl BRIDE-ELECT IS 105 Wealthy Widow Obtains Li? cense to Wed Man of 80. \jOt Angeles -I.? n IT Mra Manelms. Ellsalda. 108 reara of age snd wealthy, con?rurred rseterdai m in application for a marrisge license f"i hsrsslf and I ? antlno l-eon, aged ?-lahtv. Th?- Ucensa was Issu.-d Leon aald fo-daj he would attempt t.? ;, recent court order appointing Mra Claudia Lugo, i gianddaughter the ap.d woman'a legal guardian, set sslde Mrs Lugo s m conti at the notion TO NATURALIZE WOMEN Upstate Suffragists Favor Such Provision in Amendment. Albany. Jan i" Mra Joosph <;a\it. win la looking after the progrsaa of suf? fraK" legislation her?-, I? ft t??-day for Sea fork te confer with suffrage lead era m determtn? whether the etausa ro? iatlng to the eltlaenahlp of weeasn who are tn.'uil'-d t?? aliens shnll he reinsert-d the woman suffra??.- aui?-ndtn?nt DOW pending In the LegtokUure The pravte? Ion In dispute would rsqulrs women to he naturalised the same as men. I ;,(.,), Laving Mis Civil conferred with BenstOT Wagner and Senator Mui laugh ?halrman of the Senat.- .iudlclarv ?omndtt". Qovornor Sulzc-r and Sen? ator Wann?! hail inform-?! Mrs l.avlt that the lUffrSglSta ran "have what they SSnt." Un ?iH\lt nays the opinion of m,,s; of the up-tat?- suffragist? is that the naturalization reipiirement should he ?restored to the msaeura_ BARS HUSBAND'S NAME ON TOMB. ChjUleotba Mo., torn 13 Mrs. ?Una sihert. aeventy rsare ?id. ?was granted a ?leoroa from Ifoary sihert. ssvsaty-avs, here to-day OH I BlSS of non-support and B contention that she "di?! BOl ?ant Ihm name on m> tombstone.'' Her maid"ii name K.lna Wiley, wa.s iesto,ed The Blberta hud been separat?^ twenty-eight ?cur?. ENGLISH SUFFRAGETTE AND WARDRESS IX HOLLO WAY JAIL. Miss Elizabeth Freeman and Miss Elsie McKensie in fancj costume ? the Socialist ball lasi night. HUNGER-STRIKE GIRL QUEEN OF THE BALL Miss Elsie McKenzie, Real Jailbird, Who Starved Eight Days in London Cell, Appears at Socialist Dance. Th? ?v* figura ?.est attention last niaaht si the ?octsltst eoa ? ?II ;il Ih. " weie an English Buffraga it? In pi the t guard ova tor ?. ? bid kept t ? . ? ?it .m mitt? w "rk"- Ifi ? ed tha wai ?"h. I kn -.? ? -vi. cried "It's that fi t" lad* st M ; - ? ? hmom " ?" i m II s ii '.i Elsie M Kensle, ... . , '? .;.. butt ms th? ? Senats In bat m h?- nil I f??r the k ? ? makes no leeret f the I t l I been in a laondon i ? Isofi i nd hold i sn a ord foi hui -???? itril The other was Ml i Elizabeth Preemsn, who hai been In Jail three tit. ?iK of rountlei i an esta wl h neva ? Their fan ?? di - ? ?ouvsnlra of t-1 ? BOTH SIDES OF SUFFRAGE "Antis" and "Pros" Heard at Montclair Club. Montclalr, N J., Jan 17 Buffraaiata wir? arrayed en one ilde ol the Mont laI Club hall and sntl?suffrag1st on the i to night ? en Miss Pols I ? Pollette, ?laughter of Benatoi i>a P? i ? Mn \ .1 Qeorge, of Brooktlne, Mass., ipoke on the woman - iffrage q te tlon ,?' a Joint ni.-.-tina? of the Montclalr Equal Bufl lacagus ami tie Montclali branch of the i Kew Jersey Btata i-... ed to u omen Suffrage Mih-- Lo Polletti apoke In favor of Urn extedalon of the suffrage, and Mr- George argued against women betni given ths right to vote Tl?.- suffragists were dis? tinguished by th?- ?lafToiili?. they wore, and the emgletn of the ant ? ? Ameri? an Beaut) roaei The luffraglsti wen con? ducted to their seats by om -'-I Of U h'lS, and the antis by anothei aet The ushers wer?' men Qeorge Welwood Murray, who is rma of the personal oounoel f"r .inim t> Be fpii'-r. prestdsd at the meettni As the dlscua i''ii vva imt ? debate, Mi M vas not required to at? ?? ?< da? Iston u i the indien?- WS! hit free t" form .m opinion a? t" whether Mr? George or Ml - i-i Koiiette preeented the i?-t argument m ? ? LAWYER CLEARED OF CHARGES Aviator's Attempt to Have Robert L. Moffett Disbarred Fails. The Appellate Division dismissed ya I ?i.-,- the disbarment pr.Ung? i ? ? < ? 11 ? i ? ?. agalnat Roba rt laesUe Moffett and de? clared him not guilt) Of conduct iitih. ??omini' a member ?>r the bar. The chai ware brought t<> the attention "f the court by i.aditt Lewkowltra, an aviator, .?ft. r the Bar A sands tlon and the Mew fori Coun t-, Laaryers1 Association had refused to lake up the chargea, Laswkowlei aua*d the Qi.ni Aeroplane I Company, a ? llenl "f ?Moffett and ob? tained iiidcinetii in i?,? raass One ??f I thesa lodgments was reversed, in the ,,th?*r ease, ?aid th?? aviator, the laaryei i threatened that ?miesi Lasarkoarf-ss aan ept ?>d tvj) he would keep the oasi In court two vear?. Prseldlng Justlcs Ingraham said in dtanMsalng ta< caargai that th.? ?i? ti??? to diabai Moffett vv.is apapre?tly in lad faith ami s"l-lv for th- p irgOM 4 ?injuring the lawyer JUSTICE HOTCHKISS BETTER. .Justice Henry t?. 11.. t ? * 11 k i - . srbo was appointed last ?-,?, u a memtor of the Ap> peltate Division "f tin- Suprema Court, ih recovering from a r?-,-ent Illness, and it was reported yesterday thai to would ba ?hie (?i.take his scat n?Xt ?ok II? has . . ti .? m fined tO his tomas, No. Zli West Tali street. IcK? nata ,? ni * h? . little English curls severely bai ' ' '?! kCh ?' IP m.nie hea\ t age m i bo round roi i ? heek-, conned II ' ginghan | ? bun? ? ? :i Of plal rn gingham, marked with broad n tows, which are the dlatlngulanlng mar ol woi n im-rry Bnglan? The hitio white cap and kerchief wei ? garb, and 't n. ?e whit given h* r for a hand kerchief In fit-? n n-r luur hung in ? i prison trad1 ' "We never dressed our hair," ehe ? ? ? Ight "In t ? i u,. ? rtj Hin a? ' ii ildn t. \V? I id no mirror < inc ? lui" we would look in our pall 0 refli ti n and s< e hov mu h r grown. hat wa tor did la It wss a n't dMnk It." ROOF GARDEN FOR HORSES ATOP ANIMAL HOSPITAL Women's League's New Home U Full of Novel Features. f garden in this dty foi si k horses snd ?ions win be stop th? . ? hosi Ital f"i -u mala t< be bull) in Lafayette street b) the Worn ? n'^ league for An?mala There win h< an elevstor to csrrj the animals up t' ? they win be i romp ah.mt if strong enough. The building sill t>?- known as the In mal Hospltsl ?n?l will have a frontage ol I feel "?i the westerly aide of Lai lyett? ? between Bond afreet un.) ?h nbon? An- ? Its depth will he n 2 feel i'in a di i.i' brich m the rjolonlal ; ' Domestic an?mala and bird? of nil ktndf ., . ? a treated there The plan- were Bled resterday with Bujldlnga Superintendent Miller Th equipment will be is Rae u that of any i? ?rular hospital, there being a large re ceptlon spa ?? operating room, dlapen Bsr) officre ?md stalla on the Brst floor, with stalls for horsSS and a large oper attog room ??n tii.' second Hoor, and a bathroom for horse?? and animals un the ?an ? Boor ? ?n th?' third floor sin be a larga Bpaoo for dog kennels n kitchen, tw.? ro"tns for dogs wi'ii contagioua dleesaas. a room for , ats a room I'm llnls. a st.dy and meet In.; room, a dining room and a parlor in ih" basement will he a m.?m for <iis poslng of the asad m?mala and refuse from "i" ' sttoaa At one snd "t the roof will be a small pent bouse for autopetea Mrs J .?m?- - Bpeyei is the president of the ? ? "in. n s League for Animals Kllsha II. .Iaii"s i.lei AUgUSl W ?'old.-s dsslgnsd the proposed itructura. AUTO KILLS'r. F. DAVIE Water Plug Submerges Dying Baseball Man. St LOUlS, 'an 17 RUSSSlI V, Pavie. ot Cleveland, assistant aac rotary to Mra Helene ?dritten, own.T of the st Louis National liOSgUa has.ball cluh, and Will? iam n Waltere, prasMsnl ?>f a local novelty company, wars allied in an auto mobile n?'? ident here to-day The automobtla In which they were rid? ing Struck a water ping at (?rund and OVsnuea TBS Impact turned the nil, thrsw the two men out and tors th?? cap off the plug, tloixllng the sir. .t hihI Mbmsrgtng Davta as he lay nsai th- curl? |ia\i" died a few minute?? after he had h??en tak.n out oi" the vater by a police? man. Ualteib wus dead when picked up. I CHILDREN OF RICH SHOULD STUDY TRADES Industrial Education for All Would Help Prevent Strikes, Meyer Bloomfield Tells Woman's Forum. "?Children of the ri? h should he com Ipelted t?, stud) Industrial ami taebnleal r, .t ?-? That would te one way t,> pre? vi nt itrik? i ? were the wonli of Heyer Bloom? ti ?id, dlraKM i "i thi I "? att nal Bur?.. i of Boston, who was ths chief ipeaker at th. meeUng of the Woman*! Porura yester? ? oi nlng at lbs v7aldof?^ata "Instead ?>t taking away from poor chil? dren ih?- prtvllese of studjrtng Qreeh. if tl ? want to," aald Mr, Bloomfield, "I would <"ini"-i the 11? h man'i child to M machinery oi learn i trade The -. ?,f the ri,h have no comprehen hoa lb? poor man work! or what The mlihandllng of men as a re? sult of ths '.." k of understanding between ind ' or? hai bean the , i isa ol all the itrtk ? m Ith w hi, h I toes bea n famili?r." , Th.-se remarka wen brought forth by ? itor) told by one of tha women present to the effeci that aha had heard of ? wash? erwoman'! child studying ?Greek in ? Brooklyn high school. The mother earned y ?' ' day, and thli clubwoman thought -,i very i? ?<*;'vii of the achool not te teach the child aoinething maire useful than Greek Ther*_wai much apptauai, heail? i in "..,?? the loom, bui Mr. Bloom? !?' Id dldi is" m to a? ?? l* that way "The child of the washerwoman <>r the tailor ??r the subway digger,*' he ?.-?id. as muck rlnht to Greek and all the other language? as any million? sire's child, it has been ths crime in unies past that only tin* rich **OUld '-nj'-y them. No advocata of vocational guidai would clou the aeon at the treaeerj el t!.?- agei In the fa e ,,f an) child. ? ?II the other hand, we don't believe In forcing tote th? m doon the tbouaandi of chlldra n who bave no In tersan la thoaa iubj< ti with them under th.- preset un it in lc or the itreet, and I'm nol sure that tin- street li the woi -? ? . i that child "Marat ehlldrei who have I r fourteen, of school life leai it ai moeb as th. ?. id y w? : k ai ter the) wera "< )i.i* "f tha ladl 11 i of a plea to keep children at bome until I ? - old That would i".- tine?it i.? beyond the wildest dres i- of ui reformers; tha New ?ork ten*ment Ii no | Lace for a child, the igh. it Ii better ??if In the reform school, if we could pension mothers la decent ha ? ? so they ce l ka ? dren with, them, that would A tenema s < ondltloni are to day, however, i am In favor of largae ? lidl. ;i Th?". shamM to in school all lummer, and for longer' na" Postal Card Departments Recipes Tested and Found I '- l recipes a; tearing In tl-.?se colun l?-"n tested. Level ii.-asur?.rents are une.? unlei itated. i hi.? il?iiartm?nt will b? glau to am .1 tel by reai ??.ill hiiv reclpsa Ailiir?.?." Cullaarjr Editor, New-York No. 104 Nassau atreet. T his ?.?partment ?ill not b? r??poni ? . Ipt irhli h i? not :i i mpai nan.,h for return Kindly Im in?-1 ?vit., v:??!l?-?nn requiring, an answer b ' ' i a ? It) oi;~ si :>? ut Um paper that name and aiMr?!-? tea rr.pany each i.M'V CAKE (By R? re.(iH triree-ipi.t't.-i h of ?? Cupful i two cupfula of rugar, half a ?if milk, three CUpfUla of pastry .ites of all -giis one teaspoo baking powder and ranllls to i about one teas].nful Boat the and BUgar together until they f tb ' ? ? ira Btlr In the mil llavor?ng. fift the baking powdei the flour eeveral times Add the ore of butter, augar, milk and fla t" part of It Then fold in a part egg whites wen beaten and wh? I smooth add the rest ? dour, and then fold In, last of al der of the %gg WhttCS. Th,! make < irge ? ^ke. CHEESE CU8TARD1 Heat foui light at..i add to them a cup heated milk in which s tsss-poooi ? itarch and ? pinch of soda dlaaolved While warm, add tabtsspoonfula of butter, six tables fula of grated cheese, pepper and si tsste Pour Into greased custard and bake In a quick oven until brown. This will take sbOUl fifteen Ben e at once as a separ?te li eon coures, - ? Daily Bill of Fare SUNDAY. BREAKFAST Grapefruit rotted ai beef croquettes ? f.t? r?scala," coffee DINNER ROSSI duck, ? rartherry baked winter squash, ceieriae ?alad, t berry Charlotte risse, .'"?fee Bl/PPER Bliced tongus, French br peach preserves walnut cake, choro PAT RASCALS. "Fat ras.-als" at rite from ti." realm Of pancukes. pare a thick wheat hatter, such a us? '. for wsffiea and Bconea Add a hi ful of stoned raisins and a liberal portion of butter Fry ?he cakes on a gii.l.ile ajid H.-rve Imm?diat.'.'. RASPBERRY ?Ml AIU.? >TTB RUM Thm deaaert i an be preparad from served raspl errtea at this season an eai be prepared In mor.- than one v \ spoonful of raspberry jam may be i to garnish each little charlotte or whipped cream may be flavored with June from a can of preserved raspl ries A rerj easily prepared dessert r i... concocted from a h?\.-r of Hpong? en b dash of Bhetrry and whipped ere heavily Savored with rsspborry preset tie the aben*, not much or lt-<? ike and crown all with the flavo whipped cream. s Pictures in the Home. F.verv picture, that tin.Is Its way il the living room should have som? din tied and permanent meaning, says Hel Btnkard Toung In "The ?'ornell Readl Courses" The fact that poorly drai ?harroal pictures or areakly palnt??d wal color atenea have been executed by mei hers of the family or by near frten Is not sufficient r?. ommendatton for usli them as deoorattsn. Bach pictures oi Impart neither a serious nor an Insptrli messas:??. If original paintings are use th.-v must he h?-tter than most amaten ??un produce ST than most of us ci afford to own, Fancy head* are ah usually Insipid and meaningless. Betti a f.w neatly framed magazine pletun showing the work of good artists than bushel ?if poor home mad.? production The magazine pictures may be either ! color or in monotone, and may represer th-- work of old or of new masters. Amateur photography furnishes on noo.l source for personal, home made plot ur.-s. these should consist, not of s? groups of individ?ala wearing clothes tha will soon look out of date, but of view a ml hits of seiner?,' that are always ii fashion Hepla prints with tan colore. mats and neat brown frames, recordln, familiar ??renes or the memories of pleas ant trips, will prove a constant source o pleasure to the family. A mer? snapshoi having hl?h artistic value In composition showing sunlight and shadows, for In? stance, may he enlarged and become rsally a work of Une art. Family portraits should not be used in th? living room unless they have real artistic value. Photographs of persons are kept In better condition In a desk drawer, where they are at hand when wanted. If a few of these are to he kept In sight, they should be put under glass and arrawced In an orderly'way over the desk or In some personal corner of the room They are more appropriate In a study, office, "den" or rest room, If there be such a place. Ths use of white mats on pictures should h?> avoided when possible. In gen? eral, white is very conspicuous In a room furnished In tones. Pictures in brown*?, gray! ami colors, with tinted mats an<! brown, gr.iv ,,r gilt frames, will give a_ much variety as la dishahlo In urn- room. Pictures should n??t be hung diagonally in steps, hut should be arranged tvorir'ontAll*' or vertically according to the wall spaco in question Thi- final effe t ?if i ICtUTSa should he one of orderly, dignified ar? rangement ibowlng harmony of color be? tween th?j wall ami th?- pictures. News of the Markets There are a few cha?ares In th? price?? of mutaH's at d dairy pnodtlCtO at vv ltiKton Market, but while butter and are both oonaidirably lowor than lasi week, lamb snd he? f, as wall as some o* the provision meats, show a lllght li - cii?a-.-. ?ir?-, n vegetaJMee, though a littli higher, nmy still t>- consM.n..i ias"i, able tor tins linn ??f ya*ax. California oranges are ran*** scarce Jus- ?? p- ? nt - ooneeqcently higa?but a plentll - of peaehea, peara nectarines and plumi from South At'- lehed ih.? mar? k?t, and this" fruit! are m, ? eenti ?-ach. South Afrtean i rtee about the alas of sn egg, bring $. ? quart Sea Food. V; .-. . Pound. M.ikarei . . -? - mapper ... Salmon . ? -jt . 3*. Whale .8" . Ploun - ? . tobsUia . **Oo|FUe< of ?>o ?* . 1 . .10 - ? pi n'?ak ,?,?. .16 - rlmp? . fellow percJj . K Pickerel . 18 Hailhut . Str.ped hua ...SO i.j- ll Butt? rflfh.Ififl dtamOmx W (Akflaril . is ?)>?ier? _ . ?. *,v!.!-.??h .We ?mad . .ii.? Meat. Lai b: Tounl Pound. Ia-? . 9?%?4* Round steak ? F^re^uartar . HO 18c Corned I ?? * ? .16 : Racks .. a***! -houldir of . Ft*,-* .I2<?l5c Breaat "f veal , .. le*-a Pork chops . 10o|Veal eutlarts .... I Rcajtln? i'ork I9?8_0i , V?_l chop? .2?:i?'?i lorttrheiiiae steak. .30c Loin of p..rk ?-, t r?-.t.?t. . . 2?>a 2.fc ' Rac*n. I'rime rib roast. 20c Ham . 1? T,jp clrloln ...24V-''' T,,r.if-:?? .'iMVmO Poultry and Game. Poun't. ' Besh, R.vaitirs ?tir-ken?? 2"* fsmbe ssaabs ? fot ?rollare .-. - t**'?' 1'U'ka . K .Rarrlts .I|?J Fowl?. .SOe (iulnea hens.II 6<1 ?Capona. [??an, Turkaye _.'if*. Rlicacns .|l .? Dairy Produa^a. Kaes _o?.e-n ?Butter: Pound, '"hite _.3*-o- Phtla. prim .4ii Brown . S-c?; Cha?-ie : Futaar: PounJ ! Mild and aharp.-.?-a bweet ._..4*"*, Swiss ............ ???m Ragt tub .loe -itirMuh ?airy-_ji Vegetables. Butvcn.| Each, ro.r?',*y . fc Esirrt*nta .I??*f_*-1 !<>?*?, .6C| CuCUmfcaJrS .*_#**0U Radishes .-. l>c?Y?41ow turr.lpu .. (V fry . Moj l Hoth. aspara???? .70c| raallflcwtr .M ? Basket. Boma Ins.tha Tomato*? .TOclLettuce .....??] I'outid \ CabbSgl .li'l Italian chaartnut? I/o Quart. M .eh rooms ... .TSc-?ftl Strtn? tJaana .V>i Runipkttia . 4c a'rarib<?rrU*.IBs Endive .,. ...23c.Bru*?ale aprou's_l*] H p*" k. lOnk-a-i ....... . l?Vj Rntatoea .?-2*"V Dosen. Spinach .2*.,*,Okra .10<J Ea-h.'carrtJta .T6j Whit.? ??luaah .lo? Fruit. I**/.??.. I Each. Arpi?? .4??y?v*> rineapp'.M .i*?**"***Ji Orannaa .4a>y'.?0- Craperr-jlt .\0<\ ParalnuMHM .Ha Quart, (Vmleapaars WV-ail L'*. ?'ookln* re*rs .. ]."i I-amons .2?X<jai'-: t-iuawben'. ? ,..| Raninas .l."a?,2?.ci Pound. lanK'-rlnas . Mr Orapata ....y, ..-. BENEFIT FOR 6RETCHEN8 German-American Friendship Club to Aid Working Girls. The?/-? are so tnar.y Minnas who find it lonesome so far avvav from the Father? land, so mam- Qratwhani who hav.i learne?! ther? aro mon- ??.id t .11 be?J. ?rooms than streets of K?Md in the land of tha Amarlcan millionaire, that "Mot Wtnkler's llttlo h.-arth is Bnootnfortah y crovvd?P-d these d.r. m The t/iertnan-Amarlcan Fihnd-I ;? ? ' . . has grown faster than Its pnchslboefc. That Is the reason for this |. : read? ing of ' i>a-s Deutaeaar Ma-r.-ii a i?> o held this afternoon and tO-BIOrroa ? s-. - Ing at the "Deutsche Helm-iti ans," N.?. 100 Kast Soth street. This Is a WOrfelag (tirl's dab With ? dif? ference Ml*-s M T.. \\'lnk!?-r , anv to America some years- rko to invest?-a the "white slave" htisiiH??, for tlie a;, r man (rovernment. Sh.. staved to ;n.,k. this home for hom? l?-fs Minn.is an ! airetchens. One aft?moot? ea<*h wa .-k tin girls who are not employed are taken ,?n a "field trip" to the various sir. et?- \? linas, postomces. exi?r?*s-? f?gra la - ai ?1 Other puhlic utilities of which for- il^ii? l n. girls especially, are so Ipnorant. Boj lesions are tangbt for II <?? tits an ROW and advice of all kinds given for nothing. An employment ?****"*??"* ?onnectcd with the Heitnathaus not only Riiarante.--. the RirU It sends to positions, but conducts .-a rigid examination of the smptoyer M Well, SHOK BUCKLE*. Hair Ornament?. Ia?ri/r,, mounted In Plmlll DtaMBaMldS' .-vra r-lnf.vr, ,-<l br1llian<-> . ?orktnanshii? of tha msmt Parla da ?Itna iiiilqu?*. ? x,itastve; not found clfeewna-ra JAM.MES:. 428 ^th Ava.