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Washington Irving Girls Kindle First Fire on Hearth. WASHING IN FELINE FLING Mrs Thomas Churchill Answers Some Frank Questions About Her Husbands Hair. ' M ' *-* ' and Washing, Ik? W 1 H B family eat. ?mixed Up the BSflw I ' h?n pipe ?Otherwise the ksasawarmlng si the Weehlngton irvins B ?"! for ??irif. yesterdaj sfter the flrst Hr.? kindle?! on the heartJi Of the new school building, and "? ? ' made great prepare? r the o remony, The log waa from ? which Washington ?Irving is IV< Bat at any rate, they ?g from the Bchermerhom Isle-on-the-Hodson, ? here ?? ng ??it. ?i \ Islti i Mi ! H" r n Ouilch ?same t.? ths hei Campflre ?iris. tume, snd they hnell be? lore I earth h great comfortable nd went through th? bj rut.hjn? dry sticks ethei Bui it waa Mi 1 ??? '? of th.? president of the ? i . ilion, arho lighted the Bre In the Are] did it with ihe ? Ing, handed her bj ont of th- ' n Irving glrli - ?? -?: and ? omfort? ? ,;s present *i p short V B] co tume, snd Dutch coal and sailor costume?that was the ?.?Thai?.- Si not place n the i amme, butted In snd Th< ' islnesa 111 class wl seled ;T; tj pewritera ,in?i ' ".'i\ ? exhibition of tha ? ; log Thi ? l in ees ing nu hlnea snd e. six girls ? ach madly try , eat- with strings m the fewest number "f minutes. ?One unfortu? "kf her thread and fell out <>f ? lallt; ??f ? ? ?? ,,?i the ; ..'??? bU) S f?T Ii . M e ,,r heralds annoum ? i ? ? ? Th? ? ? .? Hating Mrs Churchill a member of ? liad m? art ?Bo 'letj of th. tout tun Irving High ?Schoo Dr. High, i" '. . three gli lia? k, Will OH their ? Mi Churcl mai I ? ? o : ?mai ? ' ? ? ? of yout husband's "**?? T ? ' th? v had her s bt n e, but ah? ?came , ? ith th. f ? "He hasn't . ? -aid. Th? n th? . Mrs. < hurchll l ? ? th? ??.ikinK t - ? gave s practii U?on bj ' ng refreshi m prepared bj them? ?. PRESIDENT'S DAUGHTER PLEADS."SAVE COLLEGE" Executive, in Letter. Joins Miss Wilsons Appeal for Funds to ? Prevent Goucher Closing. trap? lo The Trtbw ? March tl - Cheered ?on i y egi | and women, Miss Jessie ???v\ Wilson, dsughter of the Presi? dent, mad? rrtof ?al for Goucher ? r??rd .- ?Opere House this . B. fl ? bt r> to aid In th? ?soHac? I ? ?? fund '???? her alma mater. Be read s letter from the ?President, In which be ex? ed reur? t ;.t nol being ente to he nd sa:?! he wuuifi be verj h'-**1 ? '. if any wo:d of hla could tix thi ? of liberal m. n and women upon the net ' i ? lag that this- iv tion should not pass c?ut ?' existe! ? It would be an evidence thru our great edu? cational public doea ?not fully understand . esta If an InstltuUoa which . h distinction it, the ??' womai s ?education should be I ??.?-i'i to break up lor laek of money i bopsd tha funda would be forthcoming In l!!,?ra, . i Wllaoa then mode an addrei n sh< dwell on the great work lou? I ge had done am] dec?an d it mfe'N gitlt bOttei Clt Isen Of ? it'.' and ?Mate. I ? each, and when ?ho eoncludi i waa sccorded an ovation, svealng a dinner was glvm In h?er honor by I?r hilllan Welsh, and laier ?-?lie attended a the.itte ?party. CITY BANK'fEARS A SHAVE Protests at Removing En croaching Wall St. Columns. i?.o.-r Ideal McAneny re stved authority from the ?Board Of Estimate yesterdaj IS remove all encroachments In Wall atn ?Broadway and Pearl ' in Heaver i-tre? 1 between White? hall aid I'e&ri atreet and Bxchaaga ? Broadway and Hanover Piece Jeiu, a (Server, repr. Mntlng tha Ne ' n?? Bank, protested against the removal <,f in.- pedestals supporting the ? ittful monolithic coluaans' ol that structure President McAneny replied | that tha columna arouli not be touched,] but the |,ede8tal-? encroached upon the I ? fei four feet and ouKht ta he ?hav'd to that amount -s NEW NAME FOR OLD CHURCH West Park Presbyterian To Be Known as the Washington Heights. seting of membera of tha Waat-Park 1 r? il tallan Church In tha temporary .'. r>! roth atreet, a alght, decided to "an." the new ?eg built in Wadsworth avenue, MS 17?Mh an?l I7..ti? streets, the Wash ? ? Haigbti Church ?>f How r?srk City. Ijrs. Anthony II Kvans and gnsoa P Att? rhni ? . Chosen a ?fSW weeks rt^?, b) the N.w fork Presbytery lo or gsitf* a new church, had eharga ot the ni?-. Unit Henry M l'lxon and James Calder were elected ieaooas. and formel COagreosmaa wniiam ?& Bonnet, Wil-am J laakasa and ?Waltai H Isaph won ? ?*. ? ;?l?:t Thi eeraeratoas oi the new church, ?Thick -a ill ?SMt more than IBM*, will be ?-??j on April it. Th- Mttdtag la sapsosad t?j b<- ready for usa "" Wov?bsr ? A NEW ONE IN* TYPEWRITERS. I "mi Th* < lirmllan I ? ? M I '??"''' ?"' a ?, . am?, i m been laeeeted i. -. . lypg w* ? seed os '"' be kam Me tha? f..r ?teenaMersfehj un?" at'?' lie anafe iiiinii*ni i.it in,- ?jingle type hoe Hi pieraUef ?t r?/|u1r. ?I o.,, SSW h ?l?"' le hunl .il? ih? ' <*rl . Hewevi r, tfee ble? ? ?. i>-v.in*, i.,*-, im.. Bsssethlag scetptafele t? *-l?i in tl. wiy of a keyfeeSfd. 10 I "liliniiNI from Hr.1 ?page, ?w? of old labels vin be preva-mted. ***** Kate Brennen, head of the d**-**earoaklng firm of Mrs ?? ?Dohovan <??. Co. appeared real May before John A Shields, United BUtes Commlaaloner, "after having confeea? d to participation 1,1 thi gr?ai amuggling scheme, and was held m K.OO0 i?-,n for examination Oil April J, While Miss Brennan's .:..> feaaion did nol involve directly ?any other lar?. Importen <?f Vans t;n<'r>. her story fur? nished the authotiUes with auffielen) Information t.. make r?r.'i.;?t>i?- ,( num? ber of raids on faahlonable dreesmaklng 'atabllahroente in the larger cities "?' the East Her account ..f the ?manner m which ih?> smuggling waa done show<ed tinn Bhevlin, former), a deputy collector ;?'i?i now in a minor position, 'ii<- brains an i th? strong-arm of id" s\stem. Bhevlin .-uiii lus v.r. Anni? W Bhev? lin, v.? i-? arrested yeaterday m if" charged with conspirac] t" defraud the ?governmeni bj aiding m th.? ?smuggling rchandls? * An Inveatigation haa been begun into |the buslneaa .?f several large firms with ? ' llahments m or near Fifth avenue m h.? for some reaaon, thus far unknoe n to th?? cuatoma authorities, have mi ported gonna .im! milliner) thn ?Boston since th?? great "aleeper trunk" ? o ns piracy m N. w York waa ? xpoaed in l?*1.' a?' a'.i chargea appear to be equal, the customs authoritlei iran? to knon what Induced thoee importera '?? gel tii-lr supplies through ?Boston, ?is it would have bot n more convenient to r?ter ?them through th?- port "f Neu York, Tin? proaecutlon <?f this lateel smug KimK was ?put int.? Hi?, hands ?.i ?carl Whitnej and Addleon ?Pratt aaalatanl United Rtateg attorneys They said yeaterday thai the ?nee frauda were .?. continuation "f the <>i?i "aleeper trunk" ? i ? nd appeared t?? Involve finer3 worth l?verai millions of dollars. Old Business Revived. The practl? i ?? ??? - In vogue y? Miss Brennan aaid yeaterday, and waa revived m 1905, when the late Mrs. Den ovan ?...is head of the (inn of Mr 1 ? ? ,.??. n ,?, ? '" After her '!? ath Brennan became presiden! ol th? ? : prise, ami fill? made trip I ? ;..? t " ?,.?? a?<. ? \, ar, each time bringing In merchandise free ol dut) bj means of thi arrangement whicn . ! v it 1? H... nr- |i?, ,, ?<?; ?don ?ahlch led t" the ? ?... me, Mis- 1'rennan a*as returning from ISurope "ti ths steamship Carpathia, and landed In Boston "ti March it Bhe trat ? under the name of Th*>maa, and h?*r j nal ?baggage waa declared under that name, Blje had another trunk ?... it h her ' iwever, which boro the name EHIIson, though there was no paeeenger ?-?f that nnitic on board. \\h? n by ? mere chance ? trunk ??a as discovered by Deputy Bui?? Mann and was <i?*taini*?l. although ?Shevlln l?-? ?-i ?managed In the meantlm? t?. have an in*' ectlon label paated on the trunk, ?gowns, aalats ;.n?i lingerie. made by the beat known firms In !'? ris, ? ?? fourni In the trunk, repreaenting a purchaae price of more than IS.OM After the ownership ..f the trunk wae ertalned, the eatabliahmenl of Miss Brennan in Bast 56th street, was ? i by E R. Norwood, deputy sur r, and books, papera and ?? conald erable quantity of dreaaea ami lingerie thought to hav? been smuggled were B? .; <"i Ion, Mar? ?fl Ter? ? '?? Bhevlin? erh in the local cuatoma offices, for? acting depul I ir, and his Ar.ni" vi Shevlii were arrested t'. day, charged with baring conspired with Kate A Brennen, ol Nee York, and ?.th'r.. to defreud tha government or ?cue? terns duties OUmi ?arresta are expected? The Bhevllna we? arraigned and held In B,000 bondi aa? h for e hearing tomorrow Tr.bune Story Stirs Tre.nsury. ! .-. wan Washington, Mar.-h _, ti.? Tribune's exclusive and remarkably circumstantial dispatch from Boston ?regarding the sys? tematic smuggling, "n th.? trail of whi h tii?* ap?ela! ?agents ol ?the Treasury ?De? partment have been working f"i ?some time, 'treated eettaternatlon In the Trees* ur'. ?Department to*daj ?Early this ?morn? ing Jam?' y Curtis, th<? Assistant BOCT? ? ? in ' harp'- of customs, sought the ?leeretary of the Treaaur) end he an?i Mi M< Ado?, wer.- In oenferencs for more than an hour Vor a time the forcea of th? Tree which hav?- been devoted to uncovering the * muggltag system described In The Tribuns were diverted to an attempt to discover tha authority foi The Tribune's Mapatch, and ever.?, effort ?as man?- 10 aacertaln ?the source "f The Tribune f'.rtnatio.*. Which, ?t was admitted, was so accurate aa te ooovlnce Becretary M? - A'loo that it ?an?'? from insi.ie BOUl M and of tin; hlgheet authority. The charge whs flatly ?made thai The Tribun could not nave procured such accurate and de? tulle.l information in Beaton, a.ei thai in? story must have come from Washing ton, t'Ut the SffOfl to dteeOVOT thwSOUl I of Information w?- flnallj abandoned it was admitted thai svery detail given m The Tribune was ? c?rr? ? t, ami II wir ifiiimat?'! thai forth? ?and Mnaattanal dlsclosurea would !>?? forthcoming, Whal theea were, all officlela declined to say, but one of them aarcaatleatty renmrked thai i' was rather a superfluity for h raprsasaitsttTi of The Tribune to ask for ' news regarding a mutter Concerning Which It ObVlOUSly hail bettor Informa- i lion than the Becretary ef tha Treaaury ! himself All requests for further light on the j subject m?*t with an emphatic refusal to say an.MhinK whatever, accoeapuaiatMl byl tii? bastetenl explanation that further i ii-.?tosures al this Uma would balk ?the onds of ?taetlee bj giving warning t?. the guilty on? f. Who. it is earnestly hoi" .1. j nlll'ba Implicated beyond tha posslblllt* ? ? ? ..??? ii ? obvloua that the ramiflcattoM ofl n.. lystem ?lis? io-e,i by The Tribune thtal morning ar?? eatenslv? and are the occa? ?loa "f BonMderabla analatj to the Treasury ofltatala. win. art ?betidtag sverj ? <n ik' to <iis.o\.?r theea Implicated and t,, | r... ur.? evidence ?hi h srtU tutntra Ih? .. '?<?iiv1' lion? PUSHCARTS A NECESSI1 j Greatly Reduce Cost of Livin : Says Alderman Committee. i i -_ MARKET SPACE AVAILABL Tax of $1 a Week for Ea< Wagon Would Bring City $75,000 a Year. 'i he special sldermam committee a ?????? to Investigate market! bs fov thsl "pushcarts" are .,n ..-,,,? ?.?, ,,,.,.. -;l aa the] tend gn .?:,, to reduci l high ?cost ?>r living ?Cof'S-*quently, t committee favors finding i*ermanent mn keti for thrp] Owing ?to the length time ?required to ?acquire land and en ?market buildings, Un ?? immltti ? ? '? ?i open anaces In th i eil In whl< '" "??agr?gate ' the i <? temporartl >i?i? are the sites: Th.? ..id Esses Market Couri iio.s?- tl -:;- nd Alle-. I* Ing tween the <?i?i i: ?Mai ket si d thi a endonad schoi house; the available ?portion <?f the o Union Markst snd the .-;?.?? ?es und? i tl Manhattan Bridge, bounded b; t*hen and Monroe atret ts Thei ? are man) ?push? i n men sin s? the approa? h to W illlamsbui I Bridge, s ho are ?paying t) a p et k to tl '?it>. but ? lontroller ?"Pre id? I lj gel i I ?? ? ? ..i complaints front thei licenst holders against pushcart m< w h.? si.m,) ?i, o,, adj i icnt street compete with them without paying ? ? ? t to ?the city. ? f ??'?i the ?push? art i>? dli ; s on tl ?-est Bide wen scribed, the rommltti ? syi the] woul turn in from ?S5O.OO0 t.? yeai 1 committee think ? ? ng undi in?- ?Park avenu? tracks <?i the Nt s 1 ??? 'entrai g Hudoon Rlvel v . . p_ v. . foi i ishcai ? ' -. bul thi '?>i poration i *ouns< Rndi that the ?aldermen ban it th powi r iimi.r the cltj ? tuutei t< ?pi ? ?mpt a publli hlghwa] ?i anj part th.-r. of f"i a mi ?et; there! ; - to th.- charier would hi - to ? S.-llll ? ,) T'n? commltti ? ?? ? ? through tl ? Bide on i????i last sumn ? . ? ; .... . 'i ? ? ? found ? ??h?" km precautloi P" ?it. ie?l foi sal* were often ;??a ?? I on th of garbagi i ' : ? ? ? dren played among the fruits and v.-..-. . ? " . ? . red ?. sal?. The drippings i row thi si I caused ; tagnai I ,. to form, tnt? which the refus? si ts w.i thi os n Indlscriml it? ? ? left to U . ? ? ay until SU ? !? anei i ? ould .h In mo* ' ? i: would ' -? ??f Ore for thi engines to I hell wai through without a ' b) th??-? o ' ? trample upon I the i??i.m. ? ? i iiv.- ?and six tho ; . ? tei city. About I.SO0 ??i thes? an ..,-' Bid !*..'?"?' on the ipi ? i ;' ? \:.?,ui ;.? per cent are ..???.-? 1 > ? ? - ., ?? well organised and Improi ? theli condltl -n T i | ? ?f The Brona Ri? h mon i i nd <-." ? ? fronted by the put icart pi In i Irooh lyn ' hi s? ? ? oni ..???>. ? Siegel, :?' -? ? treet and ? e I i avenue and tl ?? Brownm lile ?' ? t ' ? are moi ? or i< -.- ? ongi ted pedl? ra -? WOMAN FOILS DETECTIVE Has Man Who Was on Her Trail Arrested, Then Escapes. v. i ?n. n's wit prove i mi ?re I f'n the aagai .; ol . Bui na ?!?? ? .est? ? da an I ??? i.-...e tbi ? I ii.? slip aftei i" bad ?tracked ?her through seven stat? ? The woman was wanted on a chargi ??f having violated the "white lavi a? t, i -'? ?Insti .??i ??i i?? Ing pis? ed ? ? arrest hi r ?<?.!, the womai . . ? ha ng th< rat? letectlv? I;? fore ) ? Vga ?.. -? barged In the .;. r. is.,? m -v. t m i the w man bad mad? bei ? s? ape The u oman. w g Mrs n. \ Pun ell and '?? ?? ? left Klmlra, .v y . Bcv? i il moi I ? nhi n ? w..r rant wa ? lo.? l Por two th?? Bun trailed bei mini ?Sew York, at the Ulalre spartm? nti 1 I IVesI :.. i r, vi," t the an f thi necessar) papera, t'harlei F Kirchner, ??? iliirns ?i? tei Iiv? 0 g? h? ; t to Wl.? bouse Klrchni i h:?i Ii th? ?... 11 w a -. ?>f ths , . . ? i whll? ' ? ??? waa srn ted I Patrolman Plynn, ??f the W-est '7th atreel station Klrchnei protest? i ?riolently, but Flynn ild a a ??man h.i?l t? lephoned to ti,.- . ? ? ? ise a fea ralnutea befor?. Baying a bUrgUU was tr;. Ing lO ?'nlir the pie ? PI] mi ?look bla pi h ont i t?? apei I lie :.l NO -i. Wh? re the . ,. 11 h.vl - from, and tha dooi waa opened b ?? ?i. w oman At boos as aha ? a Klrchnei tl a won.an (-.???i "Why, Huta the ?burglar, dill :ei and KJn btn i w... taken to tha poll!,. pi itlon charged with unlawful , ,,i ? i :>j,:i told the woman, w ho? n st Kirchner Hercelj demand?ed to ap? n < oui i ?and proeecute tha <i? ?tacti -?, ?She promt-******- to be In court, snd amUed gi eetly i" Klrchn-ar'a face a? be w.,* led away At the police station Klrchnei *?'<?' Into communication v?.ith the Hums agency gjK* was discharged by Magistrate Preach!, who refused to sntertaln say other charge than that of dtsordsrly con duet ?against him Ffheb otbei detective from tha Burna sgencj wenl t?? the Al? lan?- apartment?, they discovered the woman they wante.i ha.i ?ii appeared. _.-? SUICIDE WILLS $3,000,000 T B. Dale. Who Had Been Ar? rested, Left Hospital $10,000. Theodora Brodald Dal? ?? ?tailor, who committed aulclde on Wedneeday, Just i?.;,,r- he ?waa t?? spyeai In eeart m ?ut sw?-r t" a charge of being a disorderly person, ha?i a lawyer draw up a will nn March V,'. dSClSriag that he was worth nearly IMMK " In the will ii- appointed bla uncle, Maurice Brodskl. of ?London, h??!.? ex? ecutor Ma left .. bsqaeet of ?lo.nuo to the Mount Blnal Hospital Nr two free boda, la aismory of bla grsndfsth?er and mothei Ha mentioned that ha wanted to be buried In th?- Temple Israel plea la Mount Hope Cemetery Ha nsk??i al1?? that ?his mule claim th. $', 'jtO bail under w\ ich he waa held Hal?- told the lawyer, ?William **A i.? jioitit. of the Loagacra Building, that he \>as bslng bothared by Maekmallera and that it was .? ?tam cither of gotag to Jail ,,, sui? nie ? i won t ?go ta fall." h?? added ?INSPECT GERM PAH - ! Dr. Friedmann Examines Thirt ?Treated with Vaccine Week Ag( ?U. S. SURGEONS PRESEN All but Two Cases at Hosnitr for Joint Diseases Said to Show Improvement. An ??sommation ?f thlrtj persona wh *?*?'? treated with the turtle germ vaccin for tuberculosis a week ago at the 11 ? ?;? pital f??r Deformities and Joint Dises? was tinidi yesterday b] Dr prledrtc - ? ?i l?admann, in the pr sene? o i ? Arthur ii. Btimsofl and ?Dr. P. n Lavei der, ol tha Unlti ?i B?tati ? i*.y u Heall and Marine Hospital s-' v.? ??. ,ind man ihj -!? lam it was announced ;ii ?the I. ?h.-it ties.? cases wen not to be ii eluded .-i m. .nt," th?>? und? r tha governmei |aurs.V-' ??'(;? i i observation t"" thi inn. a? ? epted the invitation m !>?? presen through n - neral Interest In thi poeslbl progr ??< of th? patl< nt? it could not b learned a ii.?t their Impr? sloni ??f th, ei b mlnations u? n . Besidea the physical Inspection ol ii? pstlents ih? ' were asked questioi on ? nunit-.?r ..f point 'a he h resulted In fs rorable i ? plli ? ti an Instand m th ?. of .? schoolboy, wh.. iaJd he fel much better since th? treatment, but 01 further questioning Bald he fell nil rlgh "?? da] h? a*ai treab I According lo nn anno ?n? < men! '?? M?nr- \\ ?'..ii.?,tinii. the head ?? thi Hospital f?-! i ?? ?formitfc and Join Diseasea al the es es excepting tero bat khown i | ement, and -'?in?- o them ? marked pi enl ?wevei i al thi ?suit? h ? ? leven patients a ho ? ? ?? In thi s -?'?i ??? the Ii titutlon wort mtn h bet) lator s sei Borne of the 11 ? ? 111 :s had i hos n in tin l ? Injection of th< turtle gei : ? fi ii? (?.?in an?! Increased rs ige >?f motioi in loin) ? Ti. m ."<??' .... twei n ??..p . ? ., ? ? . m ? ? i, . i ?i Krauenthal said, showed the greatest Im .-m ftei thi ? i ?mu?.? tion of Isj1 w ? ? ?? ' t?.?t.? ni < .1 lai? ? num ? I en -.?.??? ? ? Most of th? ectlona wcri ? ? r mi ? ? ? ? ? " ? ni ; . .?i.-i 1 " Hrani Hi'llevu? ? . ' ? . ? I? lans i?i'? ? ' ?? ? ? l?i Mai ..m. I >r \Va< hsman . nt n(]| l i ? 1 '. - ? Thai i ?: T ' ' Rmlth, ??! ? -, , |... . ivilllai ' ?! .1 .1 ' rui ?.mai Hin ' ?? \ N !.. . ID I ! Ii -?'. ? . I " I ? .... |i) lo t Hospital I ? th? hund? ? ts to Im ? ? ? on Momia; su per v Islon I.. st nigl ? thi doci tuff went t< ? Yrox FLAW COSTS WOMEN VOTE Word Or" in Bill Delays Suf? frage in Jersey. ?. .?n ? ion. N. J., Merci v ? lay that th? i rent n a providing I ? ? . ;| have (frage I New Jersey, a hlch i \ bot h housi ..... .,..,. ..... :? ? ? ? . of the n have to i?? made all ovei again bj the w . i.e : .:?)? man Bgai ol Hud ? ? ., tted hi ? ? of the stsl told him tn .i ii ? ? ? worth ?the t apir II ??? ?? a ? tten on 'i he ?Senator i:v? n n ' '??ii?' ?and w a ? ?? i in th*? -? ?... toi l ' ? 11 it provided ? . male or femal? I i nit? - ?? - id hat e r hi ? i ??r" Is the stumbling; block WIFE NAMED YOUNG SISTER Referee Recommends Divorce for Mrs. J. M. Todd. v ! :,ki ahem Riad - rep 11 as ? ? ? ? thi Bupremi i irt j Mterdaj. In w hli h he n ? : ? nd< d th? i ourl grant Mrs v lois Vh ?.'m Todd ad a from Madison Todd Thi wlf? mentioned hi i >t tei. M ,-? i ?' bsl I Ivtsn, spondent T..,id . al merci I le manii lalntiff :?? MU. Bhi wai one ol I i ? v ? . ? the old ban* ol Mrs Todd In ? alumet, ? ? ? ? Todd m? ? ' srif? ?una ,t ??? thi Bret 11 - ??.., then seventeen reara out end In h private -, i., in ?Detroit, nd "ti bei ?..? came t?? ?visit thi Toddi In theli summei ?home si Mo?ti 1st ?e n N i vii- Todd ? BUll for ?ll v ! ? ? s?"?n loll >WI SUNDAY SCHOOL ROW AIRED, Mr. Littleheld Seeks to Expkun Judge Willson's Resignation. The Re? Milton I Llttl? '-? Id .-f Br< ok? 1 n, who prepon d Ihe Intel medlati I . ??us which the Presb) 1.1 Ian ?.???nil Aaaemhl] ? ommlttei on graded -,?. r. ? ? ntl) ordi i?'i w Ithdraa ? Bued i. Btatemenl leal nlghl In ? ?xpl Uoa ,,r th. ?? slgnation lai ; T esdaj ??i judge Robert N tVlllson. ol Philadelphia, i,,r twenty-live years (?resldeni of tha i'i. sb] ti r?an Board pf Publication At tin? um ?assembly, Mi Uttlefleld ih<- board of pul Ik atton'a commit? ?,, took up iii. mattei <?i the attack upon the ?graded lessons snd voted it to I to approve lham. Tha minority threatened to make ? report To avoid ?? debata a ompromlae resolution was presented to the sssemblj providing f<?r the appoint? ment "f B ?onunllte. to SCl with the board In ?eonaldering the wholi mattet <?f the ?graded lessona The reeolutlon wea asm n?i<"i bj th.- ? Umlnatlon of the board from tha committee and thi ? ndowment of tha latter with powei t?? act The eommlttse Mr UttlefleM asya wsa over* ? helming!] parilssn, and thi k - ? were condemned Judge Wlllson II is be? ||e-, d witinli.'W lor this r-viM'li - END MARRIAGE LICENSE GRAFT Thrifty Italian Couples Refute to Pay for Wedding Blanks. Tha thrifty ?abjections ??i tiro Italian couplsfl '" paying M eeata before being eilpwed to got tiinrik marriaga aertlflcatea i,.,i i,, the arrssl yesterdaj morning "f Charlea Halprin, a salesman, si No II East Itk street, wh.? stood, the ?polks any, I- the hallwaj "? Ihe -Icones Bar? ? with a ?pocketful of llcansss, peddllni them si a half dollar ape ???? Th? marriage h??iv-? clerk bounded out from his cagi and ran Into ti.all He ,,,;,,!, ? dash t?" Halprin, who sprlnti ?1 ,,,,, ,,f the door snd ?screes Cltj Hall Park m the pouring r.?m minus hal .i over ,,, ,t v ??raffle offlcei .?t Broad ?ray .?v?l Park I",..? caught the fugltlv? and took ?mi to thi Tombs poilci court, where he wss ?arraigned b? fore ?Maglatrate Camp i, u and locked up on a charg? ol straltm: dftj blank certWcates Halprin was held m ISOO bai1 laar ?_____?I tun to (tag, UNDER THE PINE TREES i AT FARMINGDALE l _ [Children Grow Fat and Strong to Fight the White Plague at Jersey Pr?ventorium. Thret months ef Pr?ventorium la worth ear of ? '?re.. Given sx sickly, undsi sisad 'hud. s father m to? ?-.-. ..mi stag? of consump? tion, three dark tenement rooms for a family of six. and piles "t artlfl ia? flow? ers i?. be pasted each day after school, j th.? problem hi i" determine the number ! "t reara before that child will develop I t iberculosla himself, it Is nol a haul ? " m. l'n.!. ? ih? pivt n . ondltiona th. ! end is Inevitable in tins? wonderful daya when the 'civil consciousness" It aarakenlng, il la :?ossi ble ? to hangs th? i ondltlons. Presto! ?Some fine day a "teacher" tak?'? iit'ia? Peter bj the hand and leada him swaj Th? probl? m i- changed. Olven one little ?boy gaining flesh at the ? .'? "i a pound a week, a hit; open sleep Ing porcl ,n a pu..? ?grove, "ii?- hundred and m:, happy children t" play '???n plenty "t nom I ng food and i"t of avh.it . hail'?? has Uns I hlld '?> ?flghl "IT th?' Win'? Plague? Mar?'; Mai h?- president "f II.? Tuber? oali i '.itorium for ? 'blldren al Parmlngdale, N ? ? solved these simple problema and some harder ones put to him by Interested listeners yesterday morning at a led en at 1 be if?-. k>? ?? 'i hi atra und? r th? . ipio of lbs ? ;??! Pol it I. al Edil? ation. ?Oun lirai Institution m the world i'i'iii of chlidri n of tub? parents I taking 11?? m from the Infection before ths germ baa bloeeomed Into open tuberculoala,' Hi Mai ks Oui et i la In pit - thei ? ? ?and abtroad to und? i Lake ... v ??? 1? 'II? ' li?'.irii lue ii'lt-of TlIi? ? ? al ; ai ?. tudy In "p. n pavilions, wrapped when necessary, m many thlcknw ? ol aroollen blankets in t! ? ? Ines ti..- pieventoriuni ?.'.. ? , .. :? ? him- . .ii.?.l eiiil-ii? n and hav? i ? ?-??? h?"i a ...? of pi.? urnoi ' I ? ? old not of any in- ? .',' ? ing would In un.,. ? lay?m1 with onth u.'? l?ean ?t - ? ??I gtad? 0 ? '" 'hat their ?' not i have the Ber*roua strain nhlch falling ht hind th'ir grade would entail. "We therefore ?constructed twt open-a, ich'txdrooms, whl?*k have been in charg .f three teaehcra in rainy weather, boa aver, them looms are reojutood for pia.? ano vi<? Had it neeeaaary now to construe a mod? i open-air school building, in wide! ?"Hi' ..!' th? rooms ran he BSSd for In dustrial training. Of course, wa de na eiperi to teadi any tra'les. hut we '1' desire t<? aUmatate a taste in the dir?*c Uon of handiwork which may in futttn reara develop :nto a trade. We nov teach housework, the chlldrea dividing u| various light tasks m .?or?n-';i"ii with th' ?amps, th.- kltohen and the service. Dur? Ing th?? summer months the children ar? instructed in farmtag. i\> have sewtai ? alao. We n???d PMM lor the n?*w ?SCllI ol "We need aleo $.'?".'?" for two naei campa, with capacity for rtaty-four ebll? <lr> t.. Dur waiting Uet, already passed upon bj the tuberculosia clinics, is now so long that ii is from three to fix month before a chUd ?an be admitted. There ar? forty thousand childrM living witii tuberculooa (taranta In Mea Vork ? ity to?day." Mr Marks deecribed In d?tail the daily life of the ?hildren ander the pines at Fa.mu,i*?.,ii?? The order of avente le ?ometblng like this. 7 ? ?,: Rielas hell H . m BrWkt-tJt: ?"??real, milk or coma. ?? ? ? ':iiii iT".?'i ..i. i ?.' 1er B ., n? ? [eat 'alles :.n! make l""fla i? m ,x m - School p. ?:. n n Luncheos of era-ekecs an* milk 10 ??:. a n to 1- '" R<aeeaa and play In the Heidi "r in the pine an?! laurel grove l_ ?;<? p t.. 1'ini.? r M,?_l. tab or eg?*??, po _.c-i] ?. ? ??<? tal ?'? ? : Min?, milk and I 30 '" - JO I? "i He-?? In bf<1 .no talking) _ t.? ?.. 1:30 p. m - lid-. >:SQ t'? t :;.. i m s ,..>0f a 30 to r..;;o p m :?. ;? m ?Juppei Onaa rg, gUntut fruit. ....?i batter, i i ?'? ?...?'!?? with mill? Ing the iprlag .?? . rammer months the chlldn .... I ... do tarm work In thi li h ri loal litt le gard? M 0:30 ;? m Retiring during ?xin'er momhi t :.?? p n. Rfrtlrtng during mmm rooaths? Th>? membera "t the ?League ?for ?PoHU? il Education ?are ?irranging nu excuretaa t?. th.? Pr?ventorium on April_B Ti.-kets, a? ?_ f?.r the tup. may t"- obtained at the "f the Pr?ventorium. No t7 We.t ' ,?i itr? ? t WORDS "TO CONJURE WITH" "Ihr Cook Book o? Left-Overs" Is Full o? Them? I hev I rarttiorm Odd Bits Into Delightful Dishes. . : il 'lk?? a It l too snd ... ? '"1 1 t'ifs Of : r:i"k?"l ? - ? a delight) ? de ??? * ? luncheon P I . nd it is ? . ? r Book of ?Left KEDJEREE. ... |< H ?.?. . ? S'? ikl I ' I. tWO hf."l cook. i ....k? d rice, two t ? ? ? ird. or il" air.' soft ? "uk? ?1 . ? ?ft from br? akfa il at? am ? t.ik?? oui th.' bone? ? :t up with the j Bgg Reboot e,,..K?-d re-?? havine it a little moist M li'ii It i?? very hot put In Sgga bti'I h?itt??r, and heat all up together, Add paprika, salt if necea? Bsry, and ?serva very hot Smoked ha?i do? k or white hah recommended for this Th.re pje "W other valuable PSStpsS in ? ? t?nok. t OOK BOOR ((HI'OX. Presea! this Ce upen ni-h two alhees snd ?'??'? ceeta ?t the oitire of ti?? New v ?rk Trlbeae, on the ?round floor, mi receive "The Cook Hook of Lsft-Ovsrs," i ?:nd In wahliable cloth Py mall 4?) centj. Postal Card Departments AU corr.mt.n1cat.on5 ?and they are welcome?- should be made by postal as far as it is possible. Recipes I ested and Found Good Aft reclpei app?ts ring in them ."i.imnii have been l? ? ? Level tmenti ??* used sstass ether? v ?? led ? glad to si sww ?n? ? ' ? ? ??..? i??_?'.. ri sad v :. "??.??..? i. I *. f? 1.". I N. ? .? . ? ? ? '? *? ? .!-! '?:? aril ? ? I I ? ; ;. : l . tot .??!? le not ? ? ;...i b itamps , i ?. ? -. .? -. : Write on er and -*?? thai same -i :: pan ? ea? t. item. HOME SkZW BAlNDWIt'HEB To r? a daily luncl.n t" pul up tot ?schoolchildren th? ubjevi "i sandwiches | . rennial interest Those described below hat ?? ill be ? ? i ?? the ' ? u unusual _ i CHEESE \M' S.M..si' '.N BAND 1 WICHKH Bpr?.... loin tnui all. ? >! i.i ad a .th . i ? am i he -? and salmon . !. .pi ?.. lin? Pile them up, with bleed ! ... i bottom !?'? xt* logelhet | ..? . u ..i In wax? intll time to m ? y,. Then trim oil ind lice Ii to ? ? ?? i. ti? i Tl ?Mil B ?9 \M?\'? ICHE8 i 'I op the j tongue a ht? h haa be? aalt?ad water: u?j?! ? llttl? awecl cream, melted butter and mustard ?Stli until amo ?i h and i'!-."i "n breed aiXQKB B.-.NDWICHES Chop pr? s. nred Canton ginger rerj Ane and add an equal quantlt) ..f ?finely clrapped nul n its ?i.'i .half tha quantity <?f finelj chop] ? .1 candled orang? pe? I. Add a little j of m? ginger syrup t>> bind tha mixture an i a lea drope ol i In? gsi Bpi ? ad be tween rers thin ill? ? s ol ?butter? d white bread M i: H, \ SIMPLE RICE Pi DDINQ S simple boiled rice pudding ia made b) boiling hall i cupful ??f rice until soft, then add? ing a quart <?f miiK until that ?bolls tdd a few raisins, sweeten to taatej pul a ? little grated nutmeg and lump of buttei In .t. and just before taking ofl ?add two j v.. ?I |..a?. D i'KiVH M i- C DESSERT FRmU LBPT-OVBRB la attractlv.? desweii for luncheon was made ; from left-overs In the Icebos I madu tw??iv.? tarts from s bowl of lemon oorn? I starch pudding sauo ?? mimar <>f iii?i?i?* . sauce and a aaucer <?: cranberrj Jelly I mix.?.I I lnieil small cake Una with pis j cru** ?and Mied the little plee erlth tiie ? above combination and baked them stowlj until the crust was dona and wa had al good da -it. win. aerj little expenae or I i... ibh ?' I. B Useful Household Tips ? i- ' ? j..' .i.i ia-n t ?III psy for l.nuifliold tip? || (.mil mallMl'l?? for its i'iirt"i??e. A.l'lten* ??i wf.il ii.ii?aii..id i H?? DeparWseat," Neav York THbUae, Ne IM Nan.au ?ire. t. ? ll.\ lt.'? IAL IN THI. I? KB' i\. The refrigerator may b? i" 11 frei from ??dor by p?laclng .1 piece of charcoal about two I Inches long on one ol tha Bbelvea When cleaning ?the refrigerator rinse the ?har COOi i;. hol water and let It dr.'' ?and <"nl ? replacing ll In tue |< pbos A A WHEN THE JUICE OP LEMON II REQUIRED.-When making lemon ??? or anything requiring tha juire ? ??f lern M, if tha lemons are allowed t?> stand In hoi ?eater for a few inimit?s I mucb more Julee M .1 ij TO THREAD A FINK NEEDLE?For I all sewing when .? Une needle is r. . '??i use n long-eyed embroider) needle as it is much eaaler to thread than th? ordinal ? round-e) ed ? ?? ? V, B . ? ? i'i.? ?i.? ?NO THE rsi.l'i I.NKSS , ,| NEQLIOEE SHIRT! Many men wear 1 negligee ?hlrtS'Wltli ?-urrs attachsd, hut , illara detached Wltn each shin a ?iu ;?lu.it. ?pall of ?lifts should he ordered. tha lowei edge ?being mad. nnd stitched SB usual and the upper adgS whirl. Is to be stitched on tha aleeve lefl open Tu? idea Is thai the shirt Will outwear two ;?;?tis oi CUffS, and when the tlist (?air are i . i' ? ..ti ???? ripped off and the ..th.-? pair Beared In their place, with snip i 1 fee momenta' work \ half doses yean ? ?i . (p?riment with this plan baa prove?! n a ..-r- practical one, and It can i<?>? recosB?Maded to the boma *?*,?>, ?y 11 Daily Bill of Fare. SATURDAY. BRBAKFA8T .Malt?.sagsa <?gs en cocotte, sweet potato paneskea ooffee LUNCHEON ?Baked mscarooj ?sad cheese, water creas aande'tcbaa tsa DINNER.?Consomma pol i".is? ..11 beef. ? reamed parsfdpa lettts e. almond hi.iv? -ntanai ? cog? ? RARE POTTERY FOR YALE ! Friends Present University with Qrt?k and Etruscan Vases. New Haven, March If.?The university baa eonivteted amusements for the pur . tins, of valuable contactions of snetanl Orssk and ??truecan ranea <?n? sense? 11011. ni.nl. bj ProfoSSM Arndt of Munich. ??m-lsts ot M vaso, ?Sating fr 111 Ml B, C. 10 ti ? Christian era They Illustrate the history Sf the pot- j tor's int. ami aie < xi-.|>tlonall> VSlUSMS j for the heautiful patntlnga of (Ire.-k m> - thOlOg] ai ?1 dally .if.? Their ?SOSt tnore than ISOkfftt, araa mai bj a friend of tha unlverslt) Another friend baaauaacflhsd 1 he amount seed d foi traasportatios ta New Haves Tin- aacsnd collset?on is of sh) pieces Of potter) tolloctod m I'alestine. ami la tha Kiff ?'f Mrs Francis Wayland, widow ,?1 th. f, rmer ?Iran of the Yale L?w ?School. The Woman About To THE NEW ni.YSir.M If during MX! w.-.-k <?r PS the men SO IbS Ionic bOOad trains notpe women looking Hie la-t rOSSS Of summer that luv, mained ?m the hush ?,!l winter, they n worry and ofTer ?lolling Halts The dears have only he?>n huylng their sprlfitr suits and bonnets, and If the will only ?glee up their <e?ns on this ticular occasion they'll have heap blessings bestOWSd upon 'em. "Why i they come home before it," tired bnal man'"" an Inquisitive one asks. ?Te men, ill?! yju ever pay ?::. for a suit then next day, in hunting aiouml s to make suie von had ?got a ban ass the salf sama thine f..r tattsi course you haven't, but worn? n who I once undergone that experience n again will take ChanOSS, so ev.-rv ? OB the Htreet and avenue must he rll before the suit Is DOUght Th.? wo spent yestsrday getting her outfit. after she had ? Ilmhe.l the elevated st and crawled Into the car, resemblm dripping seaweed more than an?, tl ease, a good man (rave her hi*? Baal hopes he will .-e?. this, tor at that ment that sent was her idea of Byfll SUBSTITUTES POR WAR.- Si littl" war has a meaning of It.?- own. the real meaning is probably thl for exeitement. Every now and then people of every nation need to let surplus steum and whoop it up QOVI ments ought to provide lively oelebmtl for us once in ho often, and bring en battleship*? and let us piny with th Then, perhSjpS, ungodly wars, strikes i other unpleasant agitations would ee forev er more. To display the wisdom of her sn charges the teacher said: ''?Children, v was the first war I're-ident of our co try?" "Pefpr Minuit." promptly r??pl ?me lad. However, If ernwn-ups had ti take some of the publie school examl tions. even in the grammar grad?\ t hut they'd be "stumped " Kolks shvjl-1 be allowed to go to school 'tt',1 they twenty-one. then they'd realiy remem all thev didn't forget RKTTKR LATO THAN NKVER-L night the woman spent half an hour t Ing to figure the Interest on ?Jo that 1 been owing this many a >ear, hut had give it up and amplOJ SB expert n?cou: atit. i\Vas tli-r.? ever a w??man tl could figure?) i-he considers thai Wlllli Jennings Brvan OWea SST mat ?V Y see It was this WSy When W. J h\ ? running hi? SBCOHd I '? esilentlal '.a; paign. on? da] ii'" aroman was burryl to catch a tram Ih a Jersey t"wn At t BtatitM th? re ?waa nn ?MOIUMMIS <T??w?l, the centre of win? h a man was bei PulU-d hither and ?thither. ?Ural tnoiig w.is that a suspect v. is being tahl n u custody, but no" It was tnere'.v a demo stration in honor of the PSSriSM <>t gfter getting through the ni?>b th? are fOUnd that her brand new MM silk ui brelU ha?l been DttUsd from her ban I ? course William the I. II Bad III ?lilt actually take It, bit it was his crow and now that he has got a -?.? be ought to make good, so a bill ??" ' to he sent him! Anvw .?? | ? ?? BO bal in trying. Is thcte" WOMAN CANDIDATE LOSE Get3 Only 409 Votes for Mavc of Topeka, Kan. Ifrx T?-|e?Ti?;ib ?IB " I ' ft* ?' ? Topek.i. Kar, . Mar-b R The m, ?woman srhe ever ?*k?d te '??? elected an esocuttve office le Topeke went <i?>\. to defeat in the noa-partisaa etty to manes on Wednesday lbs ?wsa M Kay Taylor, prominent m local who has sapoussd the eauaa ' 'he ??< cialists P:.e was a SandtdatS for M.v? and received less than * DOT ??? at '? ?Votes cast, falling short even ?f th- RSSJ BorlBllBt vote, Mrs Taylor had persist??ntlv k>:?t b CSUSa before the public h'.nee nt.. I her campaign, two months BgS Kansa has tried a few women Mayor?- I ? li? the Mayor of Hunnowell, Kan . succeeded In ousting all tha bet City Council for holding meetings i places whera, as a woman, si?, U ko S ? Topeka took on kindly to a worn ans candidacy, and *.n casting neari :in' v.tes for ih>- *!x eandldatss for th ? til-.? pave her only I ' I fact that wom.n ?vote In Topeka, es we\ sa m? n. nii'i that Mr.- Taylor ha?i tat ? . eppeeled to tve woum n ??f th ?city for ?support Mrs Taylot aays ?h? will ti> again CONEY ISLAND BOARDWALK Estimate Board Approves Com mittee's Report Favoring Plan Cone) i^ianii will have a boardwalk Tl ?? Board of Estimate yesterday ay proved ? repori ef ?? siieciai committal which r.i:iiii?'i, le?l that the welk h?' buht Htivi the eoei sssassad epos the ?u Joining propertj ..wivi- it is likeiv th??*, there ?will '? ? ? pfytesi on their part es t.,?" bsd : ??;?? : to got tha ?walk ?? ?tha ? (pense ??f the leenral ?pul ?te Th?? committee ??.intended that th?. Corporation Counsel t.?k? stepa b some tweni ?eeven i trot ot load that Is now Bobmerged sad thai a sumbei ??* charitable Institutions thai have boeaoa along ths baaoh from be ssked to jiiac? that? at Roekawaj ,; ? I it is auggssted that U ?? w???ik be ?-*? feel In Width fl'itn West 7?7U1 stre't t.? Wool Mth stie.-t end ih.it tha propsrt) ?ho twsso tha walk end the or?ssn be tdded to the Dreamlaa4 Park Bita WILL JUST ACT NATURAL Real Reporters Will Show in Play How to Get a Story. New ape per ? ? i si b 11 ?ft om ihe Ci ? ourts Building w III :..k> ?part In tl formence of "A Mans Prienda n' the AStOr Th.-atre t??ni?ir low night The reportera stti nd? ?i thi f?rmanos sad t ?? wed with critl the scene in 0 kick I I I ? - ?. I A toi ne Bummona the reportera t?i Ms r???.in to he.ir a Story llvea SUl by Boss Wh,? i? !? Ta. tha ? ? porters found ' ? w itii th.- work ??f the ?stage "? I m???. >o mi It array, msasgei of u,. theatre, ?nvit,-?i them to shoe how *>. thing should be done BRYN MAWR ALUMNI TEA. Tha N?-* York branch ol the Bryn Ifaerr fUumiMB Association, el its lea to i?e held this aftsrnoos ..t the reoeddhct ?Of Mrs I, ESBBMti ll??li M \\'.?st ".'?in str.??t will i.itiiiu't .1 -ale of women ? new spring fiats. spr;,?.; BoW?S?ra, plants needlework, books ?n?! beaesware Tk money raise?! will bS 'urn.l ??..?i to th.? Intercollegiate Bureau <?t Occupetieni lor Women. Among those win. will bav? charge of the varioua tahlsaara Mrs Arthui ?Scrl ner. neefllework. Mr? iTHartes KdWai I KnoMaaoh, ten Hra Ham iiihb_r_ Weist, plants and flow n?. Mis?- Fran? Browns ami Miss Katherine ?Eoeb, hats, and Hra Frederick I Vase, braa*.