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"P?ES TO IHE FRONT/'
Nil BE PARADE ORDER "If Your Friends Won't March. Cut 'Em Dead," Another Stern Command. HUSBANDS NOT EXCEPTED Suffragists Appeal to Weather Man, but Word Goes Forth That Even Rain Wont Check Demonstration. '1M ths spirit, th? faith of Jeanne D'Are lead us on." 'i i Is woman suffrage parade to-day Is a serious affa.- Thfre will be no attend t at deeorathai or gaiety, it win he (( ?film. : h..? t, marching to impress the voters of New Tort with its determination t" s In the vote in Ml. The order has ???ne fon)-, I to the front. N" talking or laughing "K' OP Step 'II. ul er, ft and shoulder?? beck. ember >o'i are mar.-hing f?r a prind 'I lie marchers are not allowed even t>. OTS On the ?ide "if your friends me mich ?i p that thej wmi't march tii.-y d?EServa 10 I" ths ord' r. Hands Not To Be Waved. ar Will he hardest on tha women WhOSS re on the grand stand in front of the Public Library. No matter how prolonged or hoe personal she ?< Is the i se her lo hubb). mu? h less wa re I ? r hand i ilfpiit) anil ? most im ji.i-t?.tit iti front of the reviewing si ' ? ? ' Mose men - Ihe fate of Ihe women i-uffrage bill r Tl \ an- membera ol the Albany 01? ?als. prl" a ???? rs, mil ist ? 'id memb? ? n of fra? ? i Isatlons, The para?le will tstart ? k from the ii??nh side <?f w si ton B ' At .'.7th Woman's I'olitieal j liiioii will turn and crt Hi i ere they will ha? ? ? I i. "f Boston, an I Mrs tun Blat sera Fri ? ave? nue to th.- Plasa, whers s monster - mee: - I, with four speakers ??elivj at '????-. from the f'-?r ?Jifferent corners of the oik. - Woman r- th? National Wl ? \?". -..ti.--. the E<*< tal I rs BOCk iv and ti.e Men?! LOftgU? operating In the Plasa meeting u is Ii progress flower siria button Birla ?\ tee" girls and "Woman's Journal" ?rl? i.?- \? hi wander thi - se)i- ; lag their warea Estimate is 30,000. Tl stlmata that thirty thousand women and men will be In line. It ?do? - not BS ape their mind?, however. thai at the lust minute many thousands' of new re.-ruits may sppear as a result ??r the enthusiasm of lasi night's meet in'; at the Metropolita? ??pera House lat" comers will he wel? Whether they i.rioi:? to suffrage societies or not The committee asks every ?>n> who ran t?i wear a white suit, or at least a t ?die aralat, but every one will be wel? come, whatever tier attire. Neither does it *M*sepa the suffrage mind that it may ram' "We march, ram or shine," said Mrs Harriot Stanton Blatch, the last thing la' nl| ' "Ws have ha 1 f '?}.??? parado We ran only P'?,y e??d watch the skies all night. The old weather man used to be a friend to us I,et us have faith 1n tho new one. "However, if It rains, girls, we get wet. that's all." 'Ih.- antl-suffragista have arranged to hn\e official counters keep tah on the ?umber of n.archers who pa*-? their head? quarters, at 4Mb street. The suffragist? will have counter? at the grandstand. If counters disagree-? The I'o'ire Hepartment, rememberinir. the aftermath of last years parade, alao the occurrences in Washington on March 3. has promised ample protection. Ten officers to a Mock, a mounted squad to preceJe the marchers and a tnounted rear guard, rm well as special officers at necessary points?this Is what the Police Department ofTers. and the women are satisfied that everything will be aa proper as for a "real (men's) parade." Inez Milholland to Lead. The leade?- of the Wbols parade will be Miss Inez Milholland. Aftei*? her cornea the first of the thirty-*!-.e ha*Ss. then th ?sfTWrs of the National American Woman Suffrage Association. l>r Afcr.a Howard Shaw, the president, sails for England this mornlag, an/J Miss Jane Addams. the vice-president, le already abroad, so the "National" will he led ty Mrs Stanley McCormlck. treasurer; Mr? Mary Ware Denivtt, Mrs. Susan Walker Fitzgerald, ' MOCK COURT FINDS THE MAYOR WANTING City Has Not a Single Virtue, Proves Prose? cution, Guided by Mary Coleman? Stenographer Flees. "gweai that th? ?-rifen*** you will <-i in thi*? ca?M shall i-? the? greatesi rab? cation of iirevarleHtjun ever eon? the nilnel of man from that original pni Hue ?onelltlnn of iiniliffcretitiaii?.! pro! plaamtc nnloellalartty up through all tl permutations nn<i *MNnbn*tatIOBS of Cha? and cosmoM to the? latest agitation of .i inosl en*?-te specimen of ?? d< .;? Bars civilization. .?e> help you Tammany Hall An?i thee *sitnsaaai awora It ?Tor it ?va?? th" Conrt of Municipal HI? ery. siuiiip: for th?- DOncS la*-t Bight i ; ? founders' ***rogrsaslTs Club, at N? .' ? l'.'lporonihr avenue, on a motion t 'punish th?* Mayor Of New York <Yy fC any old thing. After i!?<? witm? N h r.'.crn to thi*- <.?ith tlu-y p**ooa?d?d to te all they knew a;.??ut the Mayor and abOU , thil particular spot in a dagen<*"*ate ? Iv lllsatloa over which ha prosMai Mjij Coleman was ixranssl for the peo ! j i.? anil Walter R. itaininipii trteed to d< fiend tns Mayor. But tbers ?as little ..iii?i in? done for hla honor, fo every aitneas, m? matter on which sld? ; ted, alwa* i i ml? ?I. tinder Ih all n* ertng rroea aramlnation of Iflaa Coleman ealing that there really wasn't one virtus worth ?jpaaklng about In thi go* lit of tin;- wicked city The a ?sea were laaryera Boms ?>' them refi ? i to admit that fact, how I ever. of Incriminating or ?!? grading themselves b fore I e court Maurlc? Hihro, for th?? proas "Utlon. d? "ax afr.i il to Walk on i .??-.? . u be -.< i ?' th? polio were ? < -r Incompetent or unwilling t.. -. t him from the glrhi a*1 for ? ,ui,i found t h?m i .-).km?. In proof of t1 e New Yo -4 for ni? - of pa lamas and tor travelling, and it is his-opimo I il when travel aboul In thi I and t:.e east, not 1 Isldor Bi? geltuch ti led ha? d In ra something i-*"o?l aboul tin Mayoi lie .1? j lared thai since his honoi ? Im had ici .n Inci 11 Fifth avenue, snd that, whereas ths po go Into the saloona they ? os ? never k?> near them al alL And tlwn h? went Into what he called s famous I.. ! '.m., cas? that had come under his oh servation, hit he slipped up on that, ani WS - excused from th?- stau?!. M A. Clemmona f??r the ;>rosccutlon exhibited a series of drawings of th? Mayor and topographical charts of hi I cranium, rhowing that his honor's lov< of I'.-ai??? and ord? r dominated I | torj prt penalties for t' rpi I rhythm, which was no good sign. Tin? "expert mi domestic tranquil!? khowed by his drasrings an undo.- de velopment "f the Mayorlal cranium. How , could the Ms) or ?-"- Ibly hat s any chance aftei that ' K\.state Senator Henry Baient i" ? - slsted during ny in att? Ing m i-?? frivolous, thui breaking th? ? limit> ??f the -? ' ? ? ? lore ? lo ??.'.-.?? . ? -, t hat son .? ? ?' th'? legist i .lbany were nol ?II thej mlghl i"-. and that the newspapers told the truth. But no sane man could h.- m ide t.. believe such staten ent i thin. s,. Chief Justiere Walter 8. Hellbroti tin. d him sev? n cents f-r- contempt >f ?court. w eii, the Ma] w far? -i badb Hoa could hi fsr? otherwls? aftei tin Imp li? ed summing up ??r th? pi I i oved that not Ing in I ? is ought i" i ? thai ougl t not t" i? Th?- court -a. : kind ? ! '!?? \. -di' i ) ? expected I l. - than ihat in ? honor v. nul? be ?'. K?m? -l ? ? . drafl I !l I' loin ? rjharlotte Anita Whitney ati'l W 1 Tl a National Congrrttaalon ? cami ;? fr? n a api ? Repi esentatlves of tl .. where? wot el follow, each cart rt| ? ? and a shield -vim. the name of the ata the i?, reeenta All a '-;i ? ? w.th laurel wreathi and i--? Btara In t'ieir lialr. ?rill i-e followed I alegal ?if r?-.-ii women ? atatea The non?suffraga al l n? order ??f their nearn?*sa to victor New .le-r:-i-y will have :, large ?.. ? on, 1 aromen ?'omina; from Mont lair Mra Harvey Weed, daughter e?r e < on-crejisman Hill, of Connecticut, hi i.rpatii???(i a larga C?t*nn?*?ct.cut as tlo Maaaaebuaetta Maryland an?i t* e Dti tri I of i'oiumhia win v.e we]i roproaanted, to i Mrt. Blatch Heads Union. T. e second lariii* se t;<?.-; ..f the para? it the? Woman's Political Union, led l Mrt Blatch and the other oil The "Arm\ ? ( i be Hudsot march?*d to Washli ?ton. led i?> ? ? Jo ? - .-it i ? '?....- .-1 Ids - I w? arini; their pilgi Im'a ? loaV shoes, wll ? omi next, aa a gv : honor for the Rev, Antoinette Brow aad Misa Emily Hoe i two suffragists, who will . ? groups of the W? ? Political I 'nio ! win have ??presentativ? ol everj 00 1 | pation in which women ate engaged. After tt-.e Union comes the VVomai i Suffrage Party, a \?-r> large aectlon, wm 1 repieoantaUvea from a 1 II ttrict 0 ?.-\e-iy borough of greater N'.'.e \ ? .1 H Hehind the "Party" romea the ?. witi, girla from all of t - 1 ? be Kqual Prai ? u-t ttie New v-.rk State) Woman But frase ASSOCiatioO, ar.U last '-f all th? ?Men? I?f*aKue. w.tn a uv?:rj brigad? ; all Its own TORN FROM MOTHER'S SIDE Detectives Find Alleged Navy Deserter Aiding Parent. By Tdleitrar-h ts The TrlbuM ' Minn?apo?ua, May t.?-Thomas Brown, one Of Uncle Sam's bluajaekots, is at ? '?"?tral police station und?*?** tin- shado? "f n term in a federal penitentiary, charged with doaortlon from the navy i for the? sake of a mother who la critl? I cally ill. Mrs. Marj Brown, the mothei call? ing her sun this morning, ask?-?) for Bel medicine. Then- ??as .-? knoek on the ? and Brown 1 auaed. The kno? h repeat?*?*] and he opanad the door. Defectiva atood at the threshold. "V.iii at?? waiit'-.i for desertion from the United states navy," they said. At the word "deoertion." Mrs Brown 1 fen bach on her pillow, sobbing, and blagged her 8??n not to le-.iv.? h? 1 FORMATION OF THE WOMAN SUFFRAGE PARADE THIS AFTERNOON AT 3 O'CLOCK. Wathington Square North?East Side. I Nstional Board ? Enfranchised States. Ith Street?East. Women'e Political Union. Profes? sional Groups?College Profes? sors, Public School Teacher?. Private School Teachers, Stu? dents, etc. 10th Street?East. Women's Political Union, Business Women?Managers, Tea Rooms. Buyers, Shopkeepers, etc., Secre taries. Bookkeeper. Stenog? raphers, Telephone Operators. Department Store Clerks, Indus? trial Workers, Millinery, Dress. White Goods Workers, Laundry, etc., Domestic Workers. 11th Street?East. Woman Suffrage Party. 12th Street?East. College League, Men's League 27th Street?East. Political Equality Association. Women's Political Union, Division of Uptown Department Store Clerks. Washington Square North?West Side. Women's Political Union Board, County and Senatorial Groups. Pilgrims, Suffrage Pioneers. 9th Street?West. Womer.'s Political Union. Profes? sional Groups?Doctors. Lawyers, College Women, Investigators, Nurses, Writers. Musicians, Ar? tists. Actresses. Craftsmen. Li? brarians. Lecturers. Social Work? ers. Civil Servants. Foreign Na t.onalities. 10tn Street?Webt. Equal Franchise Society. New York State Woman Suffrage Associa? tion. 11th Street?West. Woman Suffrage Party. 12th Street?West. Non-suHraqe Slates. 13th Street?West. Carnages and Automo? ? rs. SALUE PERO CHAMPION Proves Heroine o? Barnard Col? lege Field Day. . i 'ollege he ? ! noon, mu< h to th? light, i ? lesve 1 fragtats m a bod) ? . t ? : : 'I he : . Mill. is held, was present . ? \croon the * ' . ? ?? ?us Columl id I ? ? -i . . . | First of all ? ' ? ? Th? ? ? i . . MarJ' lie 1 ? Ti ? hlgl forth "O .1 ?. ? ? .. ? fa? t that one lump? doe ? after ea. ? again In tl I - - I i ? laaamatea. I aulln? Tubnei 1 ? i d; i- ..'i Ah.hi-, ii. third, and i. ? '.!.. i ? ': rtb. 'l he i? .: feet 7 Inch? ? Bailie Pero won her third fii st place In ? ni dash, .-? it hough V'iri Britain, I, pi oved s.nd 1 ill >i pis? ? ? ? nt to Kst Williams Aft.,- the dash th? crowd separated to make room for the discus hurling, dons la ma athletic fashion with the single turn First place, Marione Hlllsj '11; ?.nd, Sleanor Mayer, it, and third, i ??. or Hadsell, '14. in the baseball throw, Jean MOhls ?on fli st i :,,..... ihe did last Fear. Mai lorie Hlllas |iii.\ed second i? st ?i it. i:i.-,i- or May? t third. All thronged to the east side of ? t eld to wati l els Amid rhsers ot , suae from the sealoua aophomorea i .u ns Marks ell, '15 touched the rope i.? hind i.? ? '. n,.- Virginia Britain, M. and 8al I? Pi ro, 1.1. The i.-,st events on the progran tn? ?? -.-?? the Odd-Even baseball gams and the tennis finale which took place at the ?? time snd kept many of the anx lous on!??.ik<-'x buey watching how ... h coming along." Muni of them, however, thronged to the finals bstwssfl Helei (Hllaudeau, '16, and i;.ina M?sH. it i.a'-t year, too I ? prere between Hum. end, sa then, Helen . ..lean carried off ths cbamploi , ? up, ii i ..-? st? i had done Ihro .. in i i ollege car? ? r The w ore ? ? oi ?? to .? procls the Event vlct?orioui and the lunlor class h winners of Ihe da With rousing cheers Islmed thi Field D I snn? snd . marched around the campus to hold cele? Oration oi t-i- an I in - and cheeT for 'ii. Sain.- r.-io, .i. iN.-.i ths eup <>f plonshlp : ? Dumber of p? : soiiai pointa Marjorie Hiiia?, i.'., aras 11. tented s H h the eup f"i nsst i... . number of p?*i sons] points i total number of points wss i'?:i. M I .. IMI M i I r.. --.. Mi i ?nal i t:. Lucy P? tri, 'it. . Naomi Hdiiis 11. I..I11.1 H?MS, 14. Char? I lot!? Lewlne, 'it, and Jeanette Ferguson, '14, were i>.Imed "winners ??f ths B" m baseball Bdna Anti ick, i-. aad Katli receit ad trfs B foi basket? ball i?ia.\ Ing. I , m baseball Uni ?up ??as Kveni !.. Ms ei L Petrl. M Rm I Aaronson, ?' Jacoby, i Ferguson, C. ? 1.. ?m.. ?'. Btralton, .1 MOhls and 1. ; Hadsell I ? ?d?is ft McDoaaM, I Astro? k, M, ; un?a.-, it Goldstein N. Harria, H. Dana, F Markw? ?1. 11 Blumenthal and B, ? 1 raen. PACIFIC COMPANIES MOVE. Ths "in- es <?f the Bouthem Pa? lue Ral road i Steamship Compam ami Pad tic Malt s t.-ill-slap Company, for more than twent) years at No 1 Broadway, leen moved t" No ?'*? Broadway, one u.? k north ui th?-n COnMf location. TOUCH Of MUM AS FEDERATION MEET! But Women's Club Member; Assure Reporters That There Was No Row. ANNE RHOADES IS PEEVISH \ Threatens to Have All the News paper "Girls" Discharged, So They Turn Back the Free Lunch Franks. The ii?*?*p,-ip<?r wotne-n wh" t ? ;??>! t.-i th? | annual convratton <>f the New v ! ed? ration of Women'a < 'lui.* al th? Hotel '.-?'? resterday ?ii?l not hare luncheoi with the clubwomen, a cording t?> Imi. mortal custom, They ?ere presented arltl lun? h ii' !.. ta, a usual, but the hospltabl? chaii mai : ? ? -. lira Emma Kip Bd? wauls, but events ; ? In the route? ? ? programin? erhl? h mad? ?n? m feel tii.it the luncheon would nut ? ?il With mingled solerni Indignation the) ?av.- II I eta be? h m m i i ' rm* ? oni i nl Ion, and mada ><?ii think of in?- ?,"?>.?i ?-M days bsfora . united ?aromen and when rlufa m? etlng j lelded a roe .1 .i i |. Hardl* ? '? olutlon went through pea?*e fully. Mis, Herman ?le Premery 'n?"-?" Hodman) made sn Indignant speech n? ? .:u.-. tin . . turnad dowa bei il n| 'in- ?Board ?>f Education i., meml its bylaws so teachen could haTe ?... 'it:..in prejudice to ? .>r. aslonal pi oape? In Bhe " 'hal ? n.. judgment" "f c<- f? ; .-mil m e Guernsey, the i?r?.-1? bj poufi II ? nking her alt dot? ? ? , ne?] h> i.. Crow? n. "f Hi" R - ????! ... .-. . ? ?., it mm ?i t tars .i will ? ?. anil a ,i , ' ? ' ... ? ?ry*i f, i ? - ? ' ? ? ... ? ? / last i i ? ? of tl. ' lhat ? tha ? ? ? I ' ? ' ? ? "ors '?t* a you dls .. letter from ? "Oh, y? le 1 auavi ?i e A i "V : i at - ?. . : ? , M- ? ? .. I | ft Mo ? ? I, and told e thai ? I pre . they I a 'i. ., lohn H : ? e mor? n? ?the ? ? .?: work in which wornea . ? :.l. lit? ? . ?ore .. ? ' Itol . I : ' ? 'ommlttes "ii i sot I rm favoring s ? ? ' ? ? ai; i tutiona In thai thai auch .i station was much Decoded Mr.*?, a at. Palmer, Introducing harseif .i-* "tl ? n. .i? lady." told how much had ..... .? ?( boa much m.-re ought t.. he ?lut,?- t.? K? t |. .i? tul k tti Ne-.s Veirk ?City i fteew i.?-!' clnba were recartved into the "!?'. il" ..ne with the CUrlOUa title <>f ' I n?- i: ..:.x i:i.??k an.I 'I h'tiih!.? ?'! b." NO AMBULANCE CHASING Lawyer Disbarred for "That Form of Criminal Practice." Brneat II. Welch, a lawyer, ?raa ?i..* ii.n red -. ? st. i da) bj ih?- Appellate Division. Ih? referee who beard th? chargea against Welch had **ecom ni? n?!?-?! ins dtsbarment The teatlmony at the hearing before the referee 11 ba < -l Wei? h went in l'riii?-?'!''!! i. Conn., in .lui-., 1911, ?m the day following ??n ar?cidenl on tin? New York. New Haven ft Hartford Rail? road, and on tha representation that he waa a rela; ? a of .???in?- <?r th?- inj n. ,i si obtain? i admittance to two Bridgeport hoepitala, where he Induced path m- to algn ctontraota retaining bin ti? bring aulta f??r danuagea ?gainai tit? railroad t*oninaiiyl aasurtng the trlctlma in- would recov?r rabetantlal damagtMi Tin- Appellate TH^r?tion found th?? ac? tion nf Welch ?mounted t?? "drumming ni? Iltis ' on." ?nd add? ii "Ambulan? ? chaalng has brought d?es?erv?d discredit ?m i hns? engaged In that form of crim? inal practice " would^eTobtMs shoot As Storekeeper Falls Trio of Gunmen Escape. Three men entered tha Hah atora .f r?..i?i..;. \ n Buren, at n,? r. rj?. \?.e?rt street, yestsrday afternoon, ami da mended roiwie- when th.? fish dealer re i the? demand tin- trto anrang ?pon him. He picked ui? a h.-avv .leaver end one of tin. rnet? grea ., levotv**- and tit"i t?o HhoitJ. one "f which atruca van Itnien In the left leg The Other Went wild. Aa Van Buran f?*n the three tuen ran " It "f hi? i"i' I ?r. l?.-ivi?, of N'.i ii: Weal 12th atieet, treated Vom Burira, win? then went home, i ?. ? t, ? < ? i -. < ? -> assigned le th.. i ..-? ,.,.! .m ao urata de? ciiptlon ? >r i in* tin ri ?ne? from \ a? Buren WOMEN LOSE IN FLORIDA. Tall.ii. ??-'?. n.i . M.,, : \n equal suf? frage amendment was defeated m the Florida House to-da] t.*. h lui? ?if J6 to II aflu? a I0114" debate. FARMERS' WIVES GET TRAINED HELP Girls Taught at Bedford Reformatory Help Solve the Domestic Service Problem in the Rural Districts. "Ooodby, MISS I ?a i?, yes, we'll remcrr .ihoiit Washing ?mr hands before w tmlk the cows, find we'll rein? nil.er SOM srashlng itie glass..?- first. Ooodby. Cs we come bach soon t?> vteltT* Ami two eotssnobtlssb each bearing '? fainii-r's wife nn?l a girl from the Hcd ford Reformatory, ?-huKse.i off. Fes, ?hat's nn. . f th?- thitiK*? they do a tii- Reformatory train girl?? to do ef ? work m domestic service Bo pops Isr has thi?. custom become that than ;- generally a Hei ?>f ?abt?nt forty familia ?raiting their turn t<? proeurs Bedford gtrli for g? nei al housework. I' I th.- aim of the Institution tn plan ni many of the girls sa Is possible Ii families ?of w?sll?to?do farmers, where oni servant i- kept, atul where the girl is <\ i... t.-d to assist the housewife in her household dutlee That the ciiN havi proved ? tii' lent is shown by the growing rlty "f the institution ss an in? ? i bun an. I!, fore th?- girls me placed in ? family n- family is ?carefully i<>"k.-d up by the Irivestigators employed solely for that plir ?li. following 'l'l. ItlQ II a ?? < "II ? .! Will the gni he ti- itad M a human Will sin haves WSrm room, with n r"rk p z chair, etc., where she can have time to 'f. and ?*ati place around her little d things? Will ? ?ei,.-irntn hath.' \\ ill the famll) take her t?> church and give her a chance t.. have Interesta out? "?' Ma dall routine of hot* > hold Tii>- ,; Bt have at leset s ?h. y "ff ?.?.?!! month during their par"ie period rt to Bedl \ i ? ? ??. ? re ??|\ found for the ? i re the girls worthy <>f such v ? ? . i ' ? da) that 1h<- wrlf'-r v. .?< i i'- ? '.lomebll? ? belonging i ? ? ? i< aws v two bi Ight, ? hsd been placed on i a? I role. The chauffeur was not sent fur th? girls, h'it the housewives themselves cams ???-?? :. t.. ?_?? t them ul ml rabie facilities f"r tl ? I . ' - * of It.lH Il ? ?.tire!y on the go plan. I ' aple and ep-iii kitchen, in Whteh the gi can prepare regStablsS, cook, wash dish? etc. The UtChen Of ?me of the newly I quired farm cottages is a model ?>f claa lineas, light and air. The Mg ?rindo*! OB one side face out upon a lawn, which yesterday the pear trass were full Moon, and on the other side th? look upon a garden newly planted by ti girls. They Warn the history of the veg tables from tm? tiras ths s.is ai in ths ?ground until finally served apt th.? tabla on?- of the beads of ths inst union wai recently Invited to a ?linn. party In s household where -i Bedfor girl had been employed for two years i maid of all work. The dinner was ? elaborate one, and was ssrved la pert??? from grapefrull through fish. <-n ti '???. roast, i ti . to after-dinner ?off.'? This dinnei was not only perfectly servo by th- ?jirl trained al Bedford, bul wa also cooked by ths sana- girl. it is a maxim of Miss Davtn who is g the head ?'f Bedford, thai you cannot rs foi in a j-rir 1 uni -ss ahs ts contented, and ! is the dally solicitude "f I ? i,am.- al ?.. dford to make ths glrti kiappi ami oontsntsd In getting tin it training there; and it is further the ein to always place g.tis in homes whew they will t.e tr.at.d kindly and where they wi i be given plenty <?f outside in? terests, that they may he contented and have no thought of or longing for ths Old life. Unfortunately, this wonderful Institu? tion IS In serious danger ..f having Its efficiency destroyed. At present it. has IK more gii-N than it can accommodate. it la a fundamental principle with Misa Davis that each girl should have a sepa? rate room M present ths girls are - Ing In halls; <-..ts are put up In '.he .. narriuma and In sewing roomi to acsom* modate the overflow. Miss Davis and her associates have drawn up an est?mate of the i led to alloa >?? dford to continue In its splendid work of reforma? tlon and training of ths gins, in accord? an? e with, this estimate, an appropriai of ????vi.?..) i.a.-i been ?u-k.-.i of ths l.egis iiiture. in ordsi that Bedford may not its work hampered. This bid Urlll * to the attention of Gov "NATURE'S SWEET RESTORER' ?Sofjnd ?and Dreamless ?Sleep Is a Necessity for the Woman Who Would Remain Beautiful?Some Advice About Induons It. t health canno axial and rest! .: In BtnOUnt In the . upon the individual. Th? ? ? . ? . : , .ii woman'a beauty thai t of 1 lion of hei ? w. mor? aertoua ? on. ud dri esa aleep la the ?-r? .it bop w i ereln tireii ? i tax? .... I .rat- ?I. Si... ?i that is und ao?t lahm? at to : ig that of vitality, the* cntlri bod) t.? s < ondltlon ??f ? .n Insomnls ?!oa ikefuln? 1 an ala rmlng de* . tha riormal ord? r of life, .? ?? .?. .| with bo grave i ?? ? ? ? ikt rec? ? ' ? ? ? if ad from long stuiHiing ?>r : g, bel. (-"hik' to h? ?i bath? ??.In?' mixt .; It I both aoothlng and refr? ?? ? I \\;1] it,.I I ?? Ble? p . 1 . 1 tables].nful . i ouncs . '.? pint rot t - . o i ture Into a 1 ttla an?i keep n t ghtl) i orked. \ warm bath, f??.;??w.??i bj spraying th? bod; with ?"ill water, will t??.? r<slaning and in man) cases in.luces slumber, a i rater that can be us? i fi-r th- san , ' ? the folio** I ? ? e (triple). I I Oil of mellsi . . I < < >d ?.r peppermint." . if wine (n ctlfled). Th-- . ? ! ? In th? spirits fui two weeks and !" | dailj Filter it not clear. This la most ? tii and win keeji ?' sh Arm ami smooth, it may b. : ? ted wit Lack - of tilt i . ? Ina ?::. i 'i ?-> in. ttlons <?f th? lid Work If not I and if ?... axed by natural and nor? mal tu- ti bancos of the entire m i i fol loe . Proper food, . ? ? ", ?it the I) ? elves t . perform these d r ;t ?ill be t" habit throughout th.- com* I rvous '?Ii.: . Ilavi i .?? bedroom quiet and restful, the i . d i omf? Vetl i. ..t..,i. Impui<? air la ti-.e patsn1 ei,.i throai tr ibles. N water should stand m t1 ?? room over night; ? .. i ??:.,. -. -, ?. always re? Id, and ? si ?.i. ? eathei ild be consldei ? - i ata Perfect rest, and th.- surroundings should be -" conditioned t.. favor complete, un? disturbed r? Tr er.- should be nothing upon ths mind, nothing to disturb oi : the sleep? r. I no particular hour I all should i ?? qui? i. peai ? ?: il and ? ei ? ne ' l ?? t the I hook of lira be ? loaed, even "ii ab ted paa*s. before sleep is ?ought." News of the Markets "?'??h i* simply aaimmlng to th? mark.-t. r..i"i?-.?e. buttarflsh, aea bante. ??.hita parch ?m?! aoft ahell eraba have ;.:i coma In thla Week, anel ??a trout la the only thing that hsa I? it BncoUl kglngl Yen, and dtiika are hrlni?;- | Ing mil- '.'."i cents Inatead ?if M cents and butter la two and three cents cheapei But sggs have gone up and also *?>i.I in?? vegtHablea, though cauJIJIower, peas .m.i ssparagus ahow ?-? 1 v*lit decreases Sea Food. n I'm. I'oun?! t . Porglea .i...? win!? . ...-ii .Lie ? is .t i ? . ?. ; null .i?u ? ,, i . i??.- ' . Hun Ira i tit? ,w ... i ... .i:,n... | Utile Neck . Hull -'5 s l .-i U .1?. , :? iftahell .tii?. .il .?' I i -i. h .lv llar.tr.li.-ll . 11 I'?, keifl .Ih.- (.'howdcr .?lull-? ? ill 0 i? i ?< i . .? ?had: i'|. lindera . ... lu n ?? *.*? hole . I ? : . ' .... ? '.It . ii,. i i.- aol?. SOelRoeeha?! .'?? >. .?'?? Kreall ma. ker. 1.gWo V. ..iKllMi . 1 l'air I .? trout . ??? Shad roe . ft Klnaflah .,. l>..?.-n ? i i.,m ."selCfewash . .i,i. meat .Me|a<?*tsbell crabe I Otft Poultry and Game. Pom Each. 1 . Be I .tumbo sejuaiM ra .SS? fair ? | Quines hens . ti r**flf" I null I K.I. ipOM .tft PtgSSSa .?I :,. ill ... Vegetablea. Huneh. ?'rate Parsley . '" Msntaaa potatsea Ht? . I - H . Itahea . ?"? Kasplsnta ... I?M*1 - , , i, | l . tl Ml ?'IK umber? 1". igua U'slj L'l./i'i. \ - Ill ??? turnip? 1 r. i?. 1 H? Id . he? ill . 1?" ? aulllliiv\-T . i.,, ,K?.ti . i ?? Roan ?me . !"?" i. Intime . 1" Mini . . IScjl ab >ai;e . 10 Pound e'uar? ?I '< la Paaa . Ktrina be*ana .. . llUtt? ' I'.ltl-, . ?4 peel? . :.i..i.i-i : k ?> Ha i , . . \ . Ilo? m,mug . S|.111.1. h .'.'.??; U 111?.' mil..Ii? Ijr \\ hita Mi'ia-i. i i. !.. i. "i ? Hllf.ini.i aril? hokea 1 ?e eiUr? .'.'? ??re-.ii .Ihii.lellnna ...lia ft Meat. Pound ! I'eun.l 1?-K "?! '? Round e?tr.?k . e I ..i.-.i let i^.- i t,i 11V ? ..i n...i tteef ILu. ks N KltouMei ..f * ??il. Ilk! lee i ?: Hrraal .?' mi?I . ISc 1'i.ik ? hop* , ? \ .,,i , utleti .. Iloaatlns !?? I ; .-..! . i ?.. t ?.-. :?.i ?, i ?? ? ? ?? in.n?.- ?\-hu :;iv I..IIM ?r |..irk. .. n.i III .,-? IU ..ii Prim-? ill? ?... Ha? . il Top alrloln . :.c I Tunsu? . . Dairy Product?. . , i? -?.i Butter: Pound Urn?' . '?? I'hlla print .tie i .-i ?ks* . ? ' ' aoaa nutter: Pound Mild sag sharp.Be suffi .n - - sa . li.-i tub . lad il-ilrv Fruit. Api i'?i? . -. ' ?' ? ' Pineapple? ( ?rangea . ??? ? ?'???? ilrapefi uli l.l-lliellfl . H.ii ir; ?? ; -itrnwheni??! - Tabla i ears I- ! ?Ill ??" ?? Bunch . liotiiouiia .II *>?? Ithuharb . te| Daily Bill of Fare. SUNDAY. BRBAKPAST Mixed fruits, broiled klngfl ii. Bally Luna, o> DINNER. Roast chicken, boiled nee, ssparagus salad, vanilla lee cream gai n;sh?-.i with strawberries, coffee BUPPKB 11.m,ma sal.nl, hniif?. tea or chocolate BANANA SALAD. Have i sad*" a dainty nest of imi into II slice some bananas of line Ravoi Spread liberally ?with minced walnut meats ami sprinkle with boiled dressing Mine..I p. ,units may he used In place ot walnuts for r change, hut they do not make as d? licite a salad. "CLEAN-UP" STARTS MAY U Six-Day Campaign to Rid the City of Rubbish. The "cleanup" campaign win begin m thlg dty "ii Ma) 111. and. omitting the I.Hi. the date of ll.ItJ parade, will cn Unue until May II This antmunc.'tuont was made yesterday by Health Oommls ??loner Loderls Circulars i?> the numb i ,,i i.mn??. .ne to i... distributed b) Ihres hundred nun at snoa The city Will be divided into six sec? tions, to .ach of Which one ?lay will be ^?t apart ThS refuse and rubbish- will be removed from each esctton aftef notifica? ; tlmi to get all Stich material read;, ha. ; been mad? OamerS Of vacant lots will he warned to I have all iiiLhl-li on their pre ml?., s pl.n-.il lin pile-, near th.- curb, Trade waste must ' he removed l>> owners ut their own SX? pense. The Woman _About To PITT THR mort DBKSgltAKBI one of the parten of a hin hotel women were telling each other of tr?ala and tribulations, cue of tl evidently ? dressmaker ?mourned "Why, she has had the nerve to ?fen twenty registered letters ?think ??t twenty!?saying the money ?.? one I got yesterday said she ten dollars,' bul the mon? y wasn't ?lot another to-day, Saying she h eent it b?cane? it aras ;.. ?? to ? $7". at "n-- tima i know I money for other tl Inga, but It me she lias nothing 1 Dt letters. ' HI DIDN'T KNOW HOW T<? PU The life of a poor little Its 1 i ea most pitiful, ami when taken the tvrstched ; tiled brought t?> ths Chlldri n ? teacher told him to "i>iay." The i had no mealing for him. children were making s great n tlielr balls and blocks, and aft. : them for a time he srhls) ? It tl i.dant, "My, but won't dem I heatln' when they're caught doiti' tha JUST UKE ANY OTHER ?'Hll. When the social MTVlee worker g baaket of stai Is gi of a family that had BSSa bettet ?. the pn-tty inown-ey.-d danghtor?hag i. ? to and i ? ? i ..i ?.. - mother's circumstance- looked the th: over aral scornfully remarked: "I d see why she sends that stuff. Just lc Eggs, oatmeal, Hour, potatoaa it'i woii'ler sh* wouldn't SSnd oranges i... n.irias an' somethiag that's | : eat " When the good hearted woi h.ard this, instead of railing at the " grateful poor," she made a me note book, so that n>-xt time t':. be a package of "something good to ? for the brown-eyed maid. IHOUL-D BHBGET A MNDAL1 -Wl a mother was testifying in benaif of a n. who had 1 ? ? ' the judge asked h:s age. *'i/e*-'s h? siie began te i ount i n hi r Bug ? . it a i robU m that the pn said, "Do you itstn to ??y that yos flu know ti a sgs of your own son?" "Hhi I honor, I've had nineteen chllder it do he a bit hard to keep track of ' all. Hut I think he's about sixteen." NO SCHOOL BELL FOR Wll Girl Quits Studies When Ma riage to Athlete Is Known. '?range, N'. J.. May 2.?-Margaret QlSt, i:t't? ' tt yenra old. gtO| | e i going ? hool to d -?? ' that elm v?as inarrl?-?l, I'.er being "Hel" r.vans. . who was u schoolmate of his bride the High School. The marring?? ??.ark, where the talned then license by ngea and fais.- r.M: ;;n orphan ar.'l daught? ' I ' Rob? rl l'. ' llat, ?rho !? ft g * $100,000 to ? ? ?. r g her uncle, John W. Gist, of 1 une, Orange. Friends of ths : .- ir toi '?.s to bars ths m nulled, if poeaibfc ? ?vans is now playing baeebell in ti; Wteeonstn-IlHnots Li . URGES "WHIPPING POST FOR "WHITE SLAVERS Speaker at Jerpoy Club Conven tion Proposes Drastic Reme? dies for Social Evil. [Bj to Tha itl City, M p. st for t?eachlng ?*? x h\ gi? some of t'.- twl suggest-?.1 ton New- j?ersey State :1 ? ? . i at ths BI ? 1er, who ? of the i i ;? polntin? ' atlt?? SI 1 ?-. would be 1 t? '?? ' In the solving of this l'inhlem. "The only a- ?orate ItatlStl - '"' ?Object " sii" . ? ? I ' theeroman'ereformat ryet ,N.T They show that tiie SV< a girl strays tue h fifteen ; that U '?> ot th?-*? rates are daughters ? f lab? one of these girls out of fourtesa t*??? ranched the high school. 'Teaching of h?t bygtei s ta ? Ireaal both gasea," ?he stated, "?a or?? ? f th? remedien, others being ?'.?-?? ? amueereanta by women, ? 'm.;* Intseaaftg probationary nfti'-ers at houi ? '-'r tion. the appointment of an ? ... - ? . * horns for girls an?I the ?woman's re ??N*? v i pe ' i 'B* r.uei.i-e in t ' ?-f a lions and i the i cmsslon. Our present laws re * ? snd we most ss to it that bett effective ones nr. en.i t.d." LIMITS WOMAN'S ACTIVITY Bishop McFaul Sends Letter to New Jersey "Antis." ' ?I, N .1 . I ;' McKai.l. load Ol ' i?i.as was unable to .i'.1 annual meeting of tl a Men elation opposed to women's i in this city yMterday, he to Misa inns M in? seen tary <?f tti eta si his non-a: ? proclaiming hi? v lew s on '? question la op M Paul rtated tl it the ssaodation In Its pi h ? "t" h.-id Its do? ti Ines. Hs b? Hevea t?1*' women should have partial control ?' nu. h got srnlng bod - boards <?f management ? atltUtlons and th- lik?-. Ths ? thai ths Catholic Church wi pose?i to woman suffrage on prin**rlpl* The letter alee itab I thai ? ? was bitter!) oppoeed te I mi'' Hants NORWAY FOR WOMAN SUFFRAGE Chrletlanla, lias I Ths Constitution*! ??oiiimHi.?f the Storthing da/dtoi unanimous!) to?da) to Introduce s h"' bestowing Ihe franchise upon women tor all elections With . i. , I , ority m the Btorthlng ths paaaags of ths bill ilt'eil. CARPET CLEANSING baagSSl In I be World. Inn d? t*ll. 1:1 \eurn' experience. THE THOS. J. STEWART CO. H'uhv ,-i.r. Iiilli St., \. V. I'lione 'H??t riryant l-.rie i-iir. .'.(h >(?.. .Ii-r.rv ? ll>. l'houe SIW Menine \?< iii.iioii.e and Minim \aan\