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nant at Assumption "Sex" Seeks Immunity in Court. NO PRICE ON FREEDOM Attempt to Please Them by Shielding; Miss Wingate from Punishment for Perjury Fails. attemt l t.. pleeee the to ht\- tnllei moat algnallr. Suf f-sduts and antl-fn iffragtste alike de? nounce him f?*'- hia a??tton in shieidinp v c. Wingate from prosecu? tion for perjury on the ground that "if 1 and charged with ... ? ?? ??? ? u th. ? dlgnation a \ " ??I wa.? furtoua when i read tlda morn? v I," Mra Arthur F Ton ..- rar of th.? Women's I last . | ? "That i ?-? i the ?'??urt of i should dai?? to ?assume thitt women ?rant theli sea to have im? munity from punishment for crime! The iuffi ? want and tare d? al more, no leae w a don't want our *,\ to bave i it la Insulting !" " |j? 8a I Mi i Mar*, ',' a ? Paaaa v of the National Worn m fl aociatlon, "ought a pitv that a e a on - * nr,t hi In thle state. <-.ui ? ie it Her- ..- , taring from the . that .Miss Wingate'a fais? tea mon y sent Joeeph Raho tei Jell, and I ?were she a man ehe a ? th-* Tombe without furti.r ado' \*.?1 sea't tgpe .... the law ?men, would ? nea Mllholland, law) er . o and Judicial ? - ??j? ? . und? r g i aaid, "If he ; ? we v. aex to p m from puniahment. Howevei te i ? effect eometlmee h* to make those ?gho ii.t- i ? . ? . atch de ..i Union, ?laughed when ? i "The lea ; n women, ; ; sita somet.:-.- - ??Th; if ;, toan b rested he ? to app? ..r In cour: if 1 had him an That I t one I ? a way the law doesn't :. - ? * t . ? . at Jf Misa iVii sate broki l !?-*?* she should b? Lawla toi and ant ?ai ffragl I i vlctton, at i ? ffrag? ? ? ? ? not | re la a woman In N?**- Vork - Sa . n .- . WAY TO KEEP BABIES WELL Guard Against Heat and Bad Food. Experts Tell Mothers. ? *.<? 4- The : has sent out M a ?sleep the Baby *?'- ? It advli milk you , - Ulf, ' ? i thor eaghly; i tube i ttach? : waf?-r as he ? Keep the ? Bed to the aun'a bot i ? ? - ? I be three ? r. ? m. improper food combined with high tern are the great deetroyera of ; ? r eei I r'f th? <i. athi m Y0NKEK3 CLERK SUSPENDED Postmaster Asks that Accounts of Trusted Employe be Probed. Ian rphj a ? < ? ?? In th? stamp tOffl? ?*. wan I War rday, p?-n'ilng an a? oounta ?:?-d for Inapootora v.! at appeara t?> i.?- a to state bow much phy hus been e ? mploye in * I for several !??'? ADVERTISEMENT. WINNING THE RACE FOR BEAUTY Tr? HAVE ATTKAi'TIVK BTEt Ing, ri? h colored strong -s anil ?^ilamn,. ? from the uae of thin ml? i?i i.- ?tonic, . by man) acti aaee lo re? t? beautify th? I ? ? Mix i ounce ?,? a ,,itit of water, drop . e whenever . wat'-ry, tin d, I'd or In? '?"' MAKE HAIR GROW Uee this fine it will -remove the dan ,,uff. *'? i, ,it trout fallniK and b healthy growth of brilliant, r Diaeolve I ounce ?hol, adding nain?, ? -i hia will deetroy i stlmulete the acalp -ti.s. produ'lt.? fine, V '?i,N,; I'iMl'I.KS AN!) KAl.M'W ,,,! blood which ,*a ** pui-Wed and toned by takm? ba n tablwpoonful of ? ' ? Vt ;,",rn",|> - ?,.- mad? al bom? bi ....... *a pint alcohol, .*? ?'. pint? t.oiilnK wal'-r. ??Ia r"r yellow blotchea, h Un erupUon? (Jives healthy "dor to ?-??ekln. ;>''?NK.M; REMOVER a formula i- en found abaolute in I'* ?***_ ?*? ? nd cheapl) made al ,unce of alrooaoin with ; r .,? ?i adding 2 tea HI ? and let Stand mena ?i-,-. ,To remove or prevent ?arrin ?.?"?H'ly this vegetable cream-Jelly JS "?>? i, . . , |fht th? ? tr,,,.? . "'? more of the cream m Nothiriu equala almoaoln remove wrinkles ami keep It .?, nia, us no lall *..... *? '???< ? i. ., iKht promote *t>wth of Z3_' J?* . notice by it? uee not lar??. ' *"' i" artng, but ih? Hi? entire face : VtlVtt^"'""??' and tu?- ?kin very BOft and SUFFRAGE WAR IN YONKERS Rivalry at Fair Threatened Out? break in City. h hitter reeling iras aroused by r.'aiiv between sufTraglsta and snU-auf. '?atleta at the Induatrlal ?position and Par? rood show of ths Chamber of Com? ""?'"? m the Armory at Tonkera thai 11 " ,s fortunate for the geuceot the community thai the show ended last ni?ht Opposition booths ?wer? establish" t by member? of lb? rirel organisation? who iimd- things lively for th? visitor? with ?argumenta and ?pi>.-rIs t., sign membership cards Th?- r-onken Woman Suffrage Association gained in new mem ," rs. making s total .?f MM. Th? "antle" sen! fron ths New York stat?- ifModatlon Orpeaed to Woman Suffrage obtained ttt ?signatures ?and purpoee t.> start organisa? tion In Tonkera. When Mrs c. a Arthur Dunlavy alerted to make a suffraglsl speecb Tues? nlghl she found th? eaaembly r????in occupied by "antta," with Minnie Bron? ?ton, Of Washington, lecturing, It was .111 h'.ur before the suffragists ?could I room. Mrs. Dunlavy'? bus'ami, ?t win j dealer in Manhattan, ?u so sngry st the ; Chamber .?r Cominero? letting th? "antla** I hav? the room thai hereoisjned yeateriuy, WOMEN IM MEXICAN BATTLE ' Share with Blanco Forces in Capture of Matamoras. B on navUI? Tes . June 4 Matamora an Importanl boi d? ? port pi enti r, ;? U Into the bands ol Mexican conetltutlon* ? ? ?ai ly to-day The fed?rala ?Hppe I ?? aj iul? ti-. aftei ha?, Ins ueed 11 ? Is? Tin- ? onetll il analista did not ol the evacuation until thej ol U n pted i?- t?u ? ? the eentn ol l lie . It] at ;. o'clock tin- m.?! : . Durins most ?.f the lighting the federal troops were i ,?>?: loi i >?? i:.,: :. ??an, Ma?? ..: of the ell y, wl i waatn. slj repoi t?ed kl ? i, the tmeiii an side this afternoon. Five women In Blanco'? camp t"?'?s ? pan In the ti?t ting, At the light plant, furthei up the : ; ? :. ? ? ??!.? I 'astro, -a it coii>: its fc ighl fi?m l" M i? m to i ?.'?lock this sfteinoon befo Bighl ol corn were killed end ?!.*? T e t??t,,i numl ? oimted I ? ? i ound? ?I. forty. Mea June 4 \ f??i e of 1 Hi s artillery, li to ? ? ? , : ? ?'in/ I ng to W'f..- : ? it hoi Itie* I ? a r? up) th?- town w'.. - ? i une m ' ? ? ? ? ire of Matamoiaa ? the ?son i si.- Th? rebela i"w ?ha? ? a gal ? to accumulate munition? .f ? At ti.. .- ? :.: to-day were ? ? ? i thai i he pi ? _?? n ? . : -, i luei i. si?v< it? ri.- -n? ? < hnngw ZIONISTS HONOR S0K0L0W Brandeis Deplores Criminal Record of Jews Here. Lou li Brandeli B<ietoi ra ths principal ?peakei giv.-n n honoi of Sahun Bokolow, in 'I \- ... Hall, Ma - - 1 -. i :.. n of Am? Mr. Brand? ? ? s ai ? ? ? -ii to intraet? ?i I ? ? v.- in ?li?- I!??'?. Land a Ith 1 lundlnga In * ntry \\ ?? .1. us sh?.pil?l l,,.?k t?-. pie t? i ? red Mr. ? I- '*\\ ? t th? criminal rec<?t<j ?,f our ?people In this ndeed fell ? I ... I Zlonlat \a*-?n \ dit Ion? in Pal? p. ; ? -, . i t her i ? i ? ? How can we ex me i ? iiKi.'h in tl In the Holy Lend* In only on? wi i. th? Id? ils ? f ;. in n i H? ??? i i? re the J ? PARK GAMES FOR SCHOLARS 10,000 Lads to Compete in Ath? letic Contests To-morrow. rail . - moi row sfternoon ten thoui Iboy? w,A tak? perl ?n ? etl exer ? - ginning si . '?'? .??_, on th? i sntral i'.?rk playing . the Mall m?i th? ?Weal . ? ?.??? Ml. et Tb. i ?is Athletic i.?-1. n hav? charge of the event Thi Board "f Education has given to ths b\ don ?to lean I ? ?jChOOls In time to Ku to the park Th.- ?programme Includes a two-mlnut? drill, in wbk fa .-?u ol ?the boy*? will ? r ttdpate it. unison si n lignai; ? ibuttli race, In which ? hundr?**d teams ol fortj flv? boy? each, divided Into two i t back and forth over a ? h of 100 ? ? runner ca? i ? which be ?Ail! pass to th? on? v. bo continues ?lb? race; a ?landing Is .. imp relay; s combination relay, in which a team of twenty-five boy? from each bor? ??iiifii win tak?- part, each boy running HX) . jumping a hurdl? ?n.i pulling bin?? ?elf up Ove tin.,m ?.n ? horlaontal i"'?r. and games of beeketball, baaeball an.i soccer football. Tbc connu.tt?.- ?f the league Which has . ?arcs of the saerdses conelats oi Vin? oenl Aator, Luther Halaey Quitch, Bd ward W. stitt, general Qeorge W. H"ln? gate, s R. Qiiffgcnhetm Ouetavua T. Kirb) and C. W?ard crampton, -? WIRELESS MEN VOTE STRIKE ! Operators Here To Go Out in Sym? pathy with Coast Men. I. I, ghrtmpton, organizer of the Wir??* i. dlvloloo of 'he ?Commercial Telec? raphera' Ualon of America, ?who Is n..w in this city ennounced yeaterday thai th?- taking "f the ballot on the quosUoa gi oarai strlks ?f ths srlrelsas oper? ators "ii the Atlantic coeel and ths GoH and Kieat Iskss In sympathy with th? sink?- of ?the ?wireless men ?on 'he i-sci'ic ooaei has been practically completed Th? votss. be Kahl, Is so overwhelmingly In favor of a strike that the few ballot? \,< t?. be counted could not In any ?ray ?11 In i ase the Marconi ???.tupan .* does not seltl? with th? Pacific ceaal Ktilkera, h? ??.i.l tb?- strlks <?n the \i tantic cons? and tin- Qulf ?and great lakes '"-in he started sarlj seal week He ^i?i that s?> far the Marconi com? pany'S officials hav? i*i-.?-n no oflbiil notice of tiieii dealr? t.. ?etl ?? oi srbl? and h? < xi-?-? ts a lei ter of ?nal i ??>?' ilon from Proaidenl B .i Konenkamp ,,i the Commercial Telegrophera' I'nlon _ DIE'S AT 103; WAS NEVER ILL. I By Telegraph te Tb? Tribuns | Plalnfleld, ?'??tin. June 4 Mr? Hachel Bmlth, oldeel Inhabitant of ttonlngton, Conn died suddenly to?daj In the home of .i. B iplcer, In Mystic Ehe was IM ?i ai a old Mr?. Hnilth ?vii>? a nalivc of Kew London Count] born and brought up .,i? ii?,- aesahorc and during her lung hie ?Aas iiuver seriously HI. i Father Gets the Custody of Three Daughters. Mother Retains Two. MURIEL COMES TO COURT Agreement Makes Childs Choice of Guardians Unnec? essary After Goff Sum? moned Her from Virginia. Th? guardlanehlp of Muriel uishop. th? ei.-ve,i-v,.,ir-.,i,i daughter of Jamea fJun? ninghem Biehop and Mra Abigail Han OOei BlebOp, has t.een setfl?d She wMI remain In the ear? of her father. Tbte d-ecialon waa reaehed on Tueaday m?ht and Mr* Biehop agreed to the arrange. ????tu. demanding only that she he permit? '"i t?? see th? iriri at reaeonable interval??, M ? ?Peelfli ?i .. - to be Included In her tecrem ,,f divorce it was aleo Bottled ? ? '?'?' tl al Mra Biehop should r?* ? ' " " year alimony and thai her huaband should pay her couneel fee, amountlni j ,?-? ,,. , ;,,,,? ?\KU,.,\ the lut? rloCUtorj decree of ,11 vor, e \ ester - day afternoon > Justier ?'off had Muriel summoned from Virginia, where ?she ?as u, the ?are of a paternal aunt ao that he might pereonail' Interrogate he,- ns lo her preference of ? | guardian Th? *)ustl?*e had appointed yea terday afternoon for the conference when th.- ?ill waa lo ebooae between her fatbei J and mother The pr?vete agreement, bowevei m ade inneceaean the Indicia! j ?settlement of that question Bui Muriel was In court yeeterday There sh? mel her fatber, whom she ?nt* i.rn? .?.i affectlonatel] Mr Blahop w*n? a?cnmpatiie.l by his two Bldei da IghtOTB, Mit- and I guata, ovei whom he alea .'.,-. ? i ? i i?. wh?:.- two ? : ? r dauf btera tkbli th? BI i! Natalie, Wll n -rain *>?. ith tl ? Il mother. M-^ Bishop ? ia not in court ? ,11.. ?j ! rtefl) ? Ith Muriel ..!.?i ?ith Mi Blahop, after which the l ? | - .*. om I ? la ?????: ai; automobile ! ..ii.i rode awe) It wat eat? rdaj that ti'?' chol? e of i ? ? ? i -..'-,-? - ? ?d h? ?? [rom Virginie and ahe d< .... -, : ? ? ?Thereupon M : - ) '* - '.-'i' gave her ? 'i be Una I di roe a 111 i- I *? t three njonl on sppltc. tlon of e. ne? foi Mi s Blahop SUE MRS BISHOPS COMPANY Creditors File Bankruptcy Petition Against Spring Water Concern. ?. gprina " ?? Com?, ? ?ganlaed by ?Mra Abigail H. I from lam? - ' * ' ? ' n rupicj ????? ? ? - .- ? gel, }. ' 1 -,t" : : . ' tCI Karl li l?. i ? , I !'.? ? i ? ? -n ??: - 11 Hai. - ? and in assigned cli ein 1 at ih? compel I ? In ent made prel ? .' that | . ? r real estele Ii W est< ? -'? i ' ' ' . ? : ? ? ? . ? ?flee furnH shl ?petitioning ?i- dll ere an f ? rompons waa li la 1111, pita ? ? I ' ,. i wer? thlgnll 11 B ? ? I i .,?, . , ' aril li l ; ? ? ? Mi Bishop BI? -l ? : ted mall ? ? . - ompan? I ild waa in th? Mra Blsho] orgai .*? . ;?';*? t.. ?how that a woman - ? ? I In ? huainesi enlei rii SAW MRS.HOUSMAN'S BODY? Woman Believes She Caught a Glimpse of It from Ferryboat. i 'aaa? . ..? ? m i Ca?an fi * boat wen startled yeeterda] afternoon by the ?creama oi a woman who declered that she had <aik*iit sight ol .< bod) float ? ?? in the water, The ?poaelblllt) that the i ody mlghl be that "f Mis 11 ?-., Mo i ? man. who disappeared at ?Plum Beach ??n Baturda ralead the excitement on ?he ferryboat to a high pitch. Although Ihe ? aptaln stopped hia reeeel and sent o I ;? small i "nt. n?? trace of the bodj ?*'"iid be found Th.- farryboal waa th? Prank and Melon MeAvoy, which pllaa between i*t.,\ and ?'anniHie \t about I JO p m.. wh?*n ?h., waa two mllea off Barren inland on hei waj lo Cenarela the womar.'o acream waa heard The polio? "f me Canarata pre? it.'t f-.-u? a boat to continue the poercb. PLANS MEMORIAL TO STEAD Woman's Congress Favors Hotel for Working Girls. Paria '"n?- i Official attentlona are ihowered upon the delegate! to ?the Internatlonel (Vomen'a Congrega, bow in session here. M Pich?n gave ? i.riiiiant r.ieptif.n in their iionoi at the Korelun Office to-night The women will t??? re* oelved by Preebleat and Mme Polnoard to-niotr'UV find ?ill also he the ?lleHtl of th?, Beaate. The rarloua aectkina dlacuaaed to ? educatlonel, ???<??>?? i philanthropie im?i hjr? i/.?m?- queetlona An aepeelally importent diecueeton waa thai on ti,? t,est mean? of promoting an International moveeneat for tha better houalng of worktag people A resolution was adopted hv the con ?,'tem? in faVOI ?>f "i gfl iil/.lni* it .sent, in of hotele for erorfcing women it, a.i tiie Mg cities of the world as a memorial to William T Ht;.,!, ??ho loot hi?, life In HiiikttiK ?>f the 'i liante "GEN." J0I\IES__ST0LEN" Rushed in Auto from Suffrage Meeting to Primary Rally. i By Ihlegreat t> Iba Tilliaai i POUghke?*palC, N Y. June 4 "( ?.?nernl" Bnaall? Oardinnrr Joaea waa kidnapped from a auftrage meeting at Newborn to uny>b] a delegatloa from Pmighheapele ami i ronghl m an automobile to tht? city. where i??*i rea ntatlve ?'handler, stat<- Sen? ator Roblnaon, of Colorado, mid .?-Mayor ?Hague were ?peeking far fJovernoi Bui? sera primary hill \ doten nngrj follower? pui lued lb? automobile party m It hurried out of Newhura crossed the Hudson ut KHhkill ami ?.ed t?. Puughheopeia TEACHING THOUSANDS OF CHILDREN TO PLAY It Is a Task That Calls for Higher Standards than Are Now Demanded, Say Educators. TWO acre* Of children! Two thousan lively youngaterel CtonaMer, >e dlatra?*te?l parent.*?, wh prav for WlodOM to control vour OWn tni Chlevoua two or three little ones, cor Bid? >?"ii own u.?ll horn, well train. iittii- family, bow naughty they hth. an then turn ajame I he Hi ayea upon tboa who have the kuI.lance of BO UM two thou f.ind such naughty ones, if It takos wis ?loin to ha O parent, what dOQB it take i he h playground Inetructort n la dawnin?; upon th? nlnda of thoa who have eharge ,,f the dtj s publl? playgrounda that tha peroonnel of th? playground ?tuff la worth) of careful eon BlderatlOn. What manner of peroon i* thin t?> whom the happlnosn and tin m!nda ??f two tbouaand futur? ettlaeni ere lntrunted dally? Thla OjUCOtloa 1? t. ba dleouaeed at a puhiic bearing to-mor? row afternoon before Commlaelooer Bto ver at the Areenal, In l'entrai Park. T?o Commiaaloner will lleten to tin? nr^i ments of Mlae Mabel Macomber, pn ni lenl "! the Ot) Playground league, bereelf a Brooklyn playground Instructor, who b endeavoring to ralee the atanderd ??t re? quirements f-.r the?.- poeta \ slmllai endeavor )? being mad? bj th? Public Beereation Commlaelon, of whtcli Jamea E Bulllvan '..-? president tJeore? W. Vflngate rlce-preaidenl and Johnson executive Becretai \ "We bellev? that tbeec playground In atructora," b-n? Mr. Johnaon ireaterday, "are reell] m mor.- reeponaibie poeltlona 'n.,i. public s? iiuui leacbere They have ??'? ,t? i opportunity t?, Influence th? n Inda and mould the cbaraetera ol the children, bacauae they some m contact with them during playtime The* one make ataiid arda of fair play. ?-?-.t control, gent eneaa t?? litte oneo and learn arora ind tbeee ? ? . ?a die .rdlna la th? : ? ? . -' :.,! i bei? peraone m thee? poeritiona t?,-j.-. who are ??itit for tbia reeponelbllit) Thej havvn't ?? i ? ,? ti ? m the 'ialnlng. That la ?i?> thia Bomrolselon in in f,.\.?r .?f t ..t.-;;,?; th? civil aervice require (oi playground Inatructora Bi the wa>, it -.?..!? we who waet reeponel ? for ? ?;i,e inati... tora Fot mm iv th? l ? ? ,r ? ption of tr.?- i bars? '?! the i t .,n ? ? n from the name, nhould i?.- more than pejp?iv? attendants ? ? ? . | | g inda Th? ?ho ild be lead : ictore?who would In ? . .,. -, ? ..f the plaj The civil aei i ? ? old lie . ng? d aa to requin I ? I - ? : .? atioa from ca? did tit i la ?ad j ? ?to ?that th? ?had ! epedal training in this pertteular wort sosas training in physical Instruction, organized game? and athletics and t theory ?if play. Such courses as a driven at the Teachers College and pi vuto schools. Then, too, a candida should hav?* had some practical cxpei ?nee ?before he |g put In charge Of larj City playgrounds like oms. "The difference between plav on pla: grounds ami plav In the streets sliou be more than u dlttsreOOS of a f >-?i? ?.. She .hi bs the dlfferenes between makln K1 ?? "1 dtlsens and making bad one Parents no longer give their children an training In nierais or stnad?erds of con duct. That Ib left to th?? psopU wit Whom the SbUdren associate ?in the on band It is tin? aesuciations of tkS .Hire.. and the saloon, on tb?. other the associa lions of the playground. Wt- b.ive a bb respoaatt) 111 ? > w ?? need big peopl? "Under the present ruh-s," said Mia Macomber yesterday, "ths applicant tot playground Instructor is required '<> pas: tb" .sain?, sort of ssamtnatlon as a bath ? bous? atten?lant. A factory glil, a StOTl clerk, or S Cloak tiindel may. With a llttl. coaching, pass tb? civil servios examina? tion, end be a?ppotnted ?to tak.- charge oi I a playground snd build up the character* of fruin ?if) to :,?Xr> children. ?Opening more playground? will m?ean more un trained attendent? ? '??? talnl) II I i? ??! . :.- mora Intel I p nc< ?? nd ? ?p ?' lene? ? i'.?r playgrounds than foi batl bouaea '??; ti,, i syground ws are building character, creating either criminels or good citl? /? Dl The requirement? suggeetsd bj the city Playground League Include ('??rtiticate of character, high *-- I.I diplomas <?r ?equivalent, normal training, . sperlence. The esaminatloo ?ball In? clude a tMhnlcal paper In peychology, pedagogy, writings of Preebel and Mon? -,. ? en? ?i.iin.-s. dan? ?S, first aid end diKlpllne, and * practical teat, ting a ?tor? t-? .1 group ?>f children, directing ? gam There shall be three grades A Instru tora I i lot eaatstanl director, with .i salary of WO s year; ml dire? tor, MOO t.. 13.000, snd head P.QOO to 12,000 ut!?. Indorsed by tb?* ?it- federation ?-r Women's Clubs, and will bave the backing tomorrow ufter i.n of promt m U workers snd as Ui* Les Hammer, ?>f Tb.- Sag.- Ko? in. I.it ion, .lohn Collier, of ' I? r, ople'i Fanny Bell Curt?a Superviso? ol Kli lergartens of Brooklyn, Mis Prank Cothrea Dr. Jan.- Bobbins and ol ' WHEN ACCIDENTALLY POISONED Every I lousehoM Should I lave in ?i Convenient Place a Px)()k Giving Brief [hough Comprehensive Direc lions for Dealing with Poison Cases Before the Doctor's Arrival. .1 ??r . ?Il .,.1 a ti v ... ence and u t? ovei u ? g.i i a", ? ... *? . ? ' Hoa? ? John H' the el ? i i"- ?sea Owi ndolyi 1 ' ?r gO ?li ?H ? ka ?)? a re- ?-. V**hat*i , ? ? ?i. John ii'-tii- ''.-'i? ? .UK hm beton di?o? r i< ? too aatu'I* f i but' ?taauaered '"Un Henry. r,. .--.. .loi,ri dear, ii--t t?;i after din pli .ii, i ? iwendolyn Ai,vi.?mV dea.!'" ??nturisd lohn Henry, N i iron'l ten inn anything until ? .i.i " \,i iigbt. i ii try to b? Hood," meekly : lohn A? I 1)1 ? r Iweodolya trie4 t?i te f. stive, but. of courae John Henry saw through her attempts, and aftei the coffee be put his arm ai??.iini lo-r gnd ?aid "KoW, d?-.ir, Nil IBS " raid <',f,'V do.j n. "I was at Marjorls Dawsoa's trvdi-.. and the doctor bad given her laudanum for b.-r h.?\ .?: | ?hi.i, he. ard little Ja?-k. ?thinking .1 looked good, t""k s long drink ?>f it while bis mot?n i Wasn't looking "' ib. K""?lns!?tt!" J i? ??? . .- ;.:.?!? -.,??? moment, I can ?, Poor v. ? rjorie I ind ? aa ., n i i i hadn't been I think -laek would have died " "What did M?u do, dear, eacept wear Vo .; ?a'.f OUtf" "Well, |uat teal night i happened On view of a.i th.- racenl poiaon caeaa m the I iperel to r? ??i ip poison antldotea m 'llarpe? b H '? Handbook.' and i mbei? ?i V?hat t-? ?? ? ind '.';? r, exdtedl\ asked .lohn. '"Then I tried t<> treat th. child accord and aft.-r ? "t??,- and horrible . .? responded t., the treatment ? u h) under '.')?<? nemo "f heaven didn't i ? phyal ? We did, I* I n Henry, r'"?i he j-j?? said Keep ?.n With the t re.I Huent ' Well, atl'. ?.,?., ti.? child */lll gel w.u. and It'a all ?l ..- t.. Mut I eased handbook ? ! ? ?i .-?it ?;, Mai '"ti- about it'.'" Indeed i did, and ?ion Bhe Ret* ,.v.-r I ..- , x- tern? nt ol to-daj aha ? 111 l . ipona '"" ' II \ M.ll.ioK < Ol ION. ! ??? i |s Coupea ?nh ' <-. ?*. oth??r!. ?? I V. .fin? at Hie ufTI.f Th? N? u, V'.k Tribuna on th?- groand it"?->r, nn?i i H ? ? Kotisebold Haadbook.*' i mind mmabi i Kb B) mall 42 Postal Card Departments All communications (and they .ire welcome) should be made by postal as far as it is possible. Recipes Tested and Found Good. au recipe? aspearlas in tbees ?aasauM h??? b*-.-i? o ??'? i latve\ ni?-a?iirfment? ate i?e?1 unie?* olli?*?> uIm Mat? i n, Sasaftasaol v.in t?. gmi to ?newer sai Culinary (|Uf?tl<>n* SUbOlltt?d bj re??,'.?,?-* und um i. ? i > recipe? Ail.li???* ?'ullnarv hlulir. Net? ?toi? nil-une. No u,i Nassen street I Tin? Sisartanal will n?>i be reepeeatbl? tor manner tlpt ?-td,-h li ikM si i nnipen!?! uy ttampa f??r retara Kiadlj m? loss stamp? with queeneni requl Ing ?o SMSwei bj .?stt>-1 Write ??n onl\ ?M ?MM of ?li? l'iil'i r gad ere lli.it tiainsi ?sn?*p ?MlM j.i-m' ?SCfa Item. RIC1 son? with i:?ni DUMPLIN'OI ? Put two pounds of |?am beef into X StCWpaa, rover ullb tWO Unart? of ?>ol?l ?Water I.?-t It caSBS to a boll th? n add on? sliced onion, on? carrol <-ut into .11? ?-, one tahleajioonful of chopped celery, nil? tabtespooafel of shopped i?ai -ley. two tablespoonfuls ?>f washed rtee, Then ?ha? ms? "ue hour Have reedy to drop In egg dumplings iiia'i? aa lolloera m si on? eii? and nd?l one tableSpOOBfu] of in? lied biittrr. a grating >>f nut mug, eeoagh <ir>-, llinlv rolled ?with rolling pin 00 bread hoard? brea?! crumb,* sllir?-d Into the egg Sad butter to make I stiff d" Kb. WtA the hand*? and form tin- dougb '"to small, round balls, and lay each one on a ?lieh, until all htm nid'le. ths-n OSrsfBlly put them around the top of soup, eovof and j rook tcitf mlii'itea They will be Hghl iin.i > ellow as gold -1. H. sri.T.WA PUDOM. Put into n granit? j saucepan two eupfuls ?>f granulate?! sugar, one-third cupful of molasses, a I rounded tebleapoonful "f hutt.-r and hu" a cupful of n?rM milk, the richei the better, Let II begin to bubble over Ita entire aurgaoa and. then boll |ual four I minute? i'?? not eounl the four uUnutee until the who!.- ma??? i.?? fairly bubbling. .\,!d two BQuaree of chocolate broken tato bita und hoii |uat three minut?e longer. Bemova from atova a?id ?>ne teeepoonful ot vaniii?. quariei of a cupful of RneU* chopped cuii.m.i relelna and hell a cup f ii of ebopped nuta Baal for h minute or two. pour Into buttered pan and cut Ir, BOUetea ?hen BUfBdentl) OOOl If time foi boiling i.-? accuratel) followed Ihla re. I p.- never fail- to bring ?fond r? ?ults H. J n I ORANOI I*K?>STIM; -Orat? half ot Ith?- riml of on?? orange, taking care not I to grate Into the hitter White llnlnK I 'III. n a.I.i on.- table*P"Onful of orance Jul. e, one taMeopOOnfUl of lemon Jui?*e. ? Let statiil ten minut?e, then strain and a?l?l I pow.lei. ,1 white BUgar until ?tiff .-nouch to spread upon eake wbleh has partly .iled -II. Useful Household Tips. Tt?l?? <tei .11 mi?-nt will pay f.,r hoiiH^hnUI ?ll<* if found available tar He purpoa?. K?Ateam "ireful Hoaaekold "TJna DspsrtaMat." N>w \ ? .,. frlbsae, .**>??. MA weeeau atreoi CARING F->I? IRONWARE?(By re queat) New Ironware kettlea should he boated very gradually al tirst to prevent cracking. And even if they .1.? not ao? tually '1.1'k th.y will. It Ih said, lone mole or laaa Of th? ir power to retain h.-;:t If th.-v are not first tempered in tin- way The eoattag that ?.o often envera new Ironware kitchen utensils pioves annoy? ing; eepeciall) that on dripping pan? ami Bptdera, where direct contact with the Seal '- apt tO mnk<* It scale off th. ??"alea aometlmea clinging tu the food HOW IT BEGAN -TH?Y say the first public * savings bank was a chest maintained by Dominie Henry Duncan In the Village of Ruth-bell, Scotland. The chest had three locks and the Minister and each Elder had one key so It took three people to open the bank. No ?interest was paid. It is a long step f ram this to our Guaranteed first Mort? gage Certificates bearing in? terest at t'-j'h and guaran? teed by the Bond S Mortgage Guarantee Company with its capital and surplus of S9.000.000. TiTlE GUARANTEE AND TRUST C? Capital . . $ 5,000.000 b_-plns(all earned) 11,0*23,000 170 B*wsy N.T. 175 Se m se m t.... B*Myn. 350 rr?ton St., Jamaica. fried or baked la snob v.-sseis. Boll some water containing ?"??la In the men- ! ?Us sad tb'-ii, after pouring out ?the S it.-r, brush off tb.? coating with a stiff whisk in but ,i few second's time, it Is well t., use a good handful of soda?, though it Is -a;i that a taUospoonful I t. a ?ijiut of water has done the work. Ah thin kIhih does no harm except When I? ?somes Into contait nrtth fo?>?i, it Is not neeeoaary to remove it from tbe ent? ante of the kettle it la supposed to give en attractive appearan?ce to the lion. Sometimes iron , ,,,,kiiii; utensils be? come, to aii sppearancea hopelessly ruety. One csnnot ?rub tbem with that wonderful rusi remover, kerosene oil. ?Sweet lard ... other fat used in cooking will, however, do Just as well if n?.t bet? ter. With B SOfl piece Of Cloth or tiesue paper, rub the fal thoroughly Into the iron and waah In b?.t ?oapjr arator, ?which will take ?pff th? Superfluous Kr?-a.s?- all the greaoe thai has not been rubbed Into th.? iron. Kin--- in .bar wstor and let the pan become dry. it ?will then t.- a? Smooth and Mack as if it were new. In races of extreme rust, the Iron, sfter greasing, is sometimes i"it into tvi?>, OVen to Stand f??r halt an bo :r or so In such .. ?a-.- th? grease ?hould be need <iuitt- liberally After removing the k> t tle from the oven II should be washed ?.- usual, witii boiling hot, eoupy water ro gbl) dried When th? !?.tt>uiis ?,f ron kettles are covered with ?ool they may need a thor ough spplli stIon ??f w?ashlng soda, dls SOlved In holl?n? hot water If the e'--?)?^ ar.- esceedlngl} obstinat? a soiu Hoi potaah have to be us,-,i gome hotuewlvea who have tri-rt it my thai ??.-hi?, rubbed over the bottoms ..' iron pans that must be used over a a.>l fire directly sgalnsi th? dame, ?will pre? rent sool from I turning on the bottom. Porch Pillows T a plllOW? from i he ?summer porch, be 'S'.B'? they w?j*re ?ueh Rood Mend? to the fan.il-, last season, were pul away ears? full) wh<en cold w-rether ?ame tor no one imd th.- heart to throw them away Bui wh-n th? v w .??-.. m,;,, k,.,i tbl- spring; What t? dingy, forlorn looking lot they ?were! They ??.?re torn In placea the puppy had ?shewed cornera and ?a.u.? w? re Jura "Impossible " s., nee pillow com,i mer? must h When visiting -h?- -.ops h ssarcb of coverings for them th? ?hopper? found all if good looking materlala Tbe ?? perl In ? certain well known anta lieh? ment informed ih??:n Too inusl ehooss mnt.-rinIs v,) endurs aunllghl ami rain aithoul fa.img nn.i spilled lemonads --Thout apotting." Fr>.m another authorltj the* heard: "Linen ai -i .nesp m cotton? ?.re beat ' Th?s?-, slip add?*-, one could get for s mi re ?on? " "Or," sh? w ? i ? on, I ?? ou i tve i.i luck, rou cas pick 'i?. Import? ? r?' samples of English mint? with ?lus'.nt patterns, ?r homespun fsbrics with odd design? ?wov? n or ?tamped In Nothing is mor. effective for pillow.. ?? ? ft is? s? ei sah, prettil] -* i II? ?i or i:i??no.:ranp d la better," -aid the third expert, because it make? s smooth, c...,i ?arfisc? comfortable to lounge on of a l o: afteri oon. Unen tow? liu?^ han-e,i with ied nn?l blue makes exelient cove ,, Mo. and If |TOU want effectue o!d-time looking; cover? have n-im.? woven of ?Mue a* d whit? COttoO ?trips, resembling ratt ? rpel " Th. family, In conference, dleouesed ail th? ? I heme? and almost deride.? on brown cushions seeds of coirs?- Mnen to harmonisa with tin- tan wicker please furniture AI the last minute, however, .., | heard of the 'bes; set " Taking the ;d'-a fr ni the monogram "f th.- later famltiM on lb? automobile, they asada cushion rovers of heavy, unbleached mu |in ?Ith th? monogram in lolly red nd Mm '.?-tt? r5 The Woman About Tow TKK LAST WORD--Two deaf mu? in an elevated train. Apparently th were husband and wife and wer?? havl an argument. As you may f ma trine, t poor man ha/1 little chance. The worn: would throw- out her hands and daza him with them an?! when thr'uigh h BpOQCh would look out of the win?!?? The action.? of his answering han?ls wet of rourse, unseen hv her. and In this wi she always managed to have the la word. fJOOD ?Qf DBPARTMRNT bTORCR Th?* Woman About Town was on the r?*? of h large department store Having I g<? down on the dusty street se? m?l hai hick in??ec?l. for instead of bein? like a otdlnary roof It wits like the ,le( k of large steamer. There was a sun part*) too; larga Wicker armchairs with comf evshions, all the ear real maRHzines un awnlr.gs to soften the glare of the sui <;iris were playing bail, other? reotlaef I rending CUatomera? Certainly n??t They were the employes, an?l for the benefit thousands of dollars had boeu ??> pen?le.| upon that roof. Patrons were n? permitted to use It Around II o'cloc and I ?-clock the cage, girls are allow?? up fot fifteen minutes t?*> have a run or pan;?? of hall I in they enjoy It? Vn ought to see them ' The consid?-rat<? an InconOtderetO publie entirely forg?,tten Who claims the w.,rl?1 isn't growing hei lar? ??r MODERN ICINBTRBLgJT. -"**0I cried th<- woman who had incite us to ?orne, aee and admire her ne? a part meat "it eeeaaed vo lovely ag ?I'llet. that's whv I took it Mut HetML Listen'' Vou didn't have to do th;?t You were compelled to' A ph'inogtap! across th?* courtyard was playing a dea? march. In the next apartment a i-'irl wa painfully struggling through ' l'h*> Maid rn'a Prayer." A violinist was soothing hi i soul with Handel'a "Largo" Th-.t pa thetlc ballad "Sw.-et Sixteen' was i?eim warble?! hy an aspiring soprano Iti th eouii mi imitator of John AlOXande Dowte wag exhorting the apartment ?iwel 1er? t?> foilow him and he save,l from p??r dltlon. A fox terrier was len?!ing ?fUrtOV lw. ik." to the COafUSkML We advised th, woman to h.-nd for a member of th<? antl OOlSC BOClety and bave her prescribe foi those worse th:m bloodcurdling noises on?- ?,r two niight be horn*?, but the i otn bination oh, parhaga you've heard it! OH, BO MODERN The ?lay was close We ha?l h*-? n tramping long and If was th? Idea Of resting rather than M spend aettl change that ceueod aa to drop in th? COM?] tearoom A couple directly be h in?*! bed been so quiet void ne'er know fhev w.-r.- there Soon fh'-ir voices began t<* buzz At first the tones were in'iudihli an?! fh*n we beard : "Hut, Oriirp, *?h..t t? th??re In the world besides true lore"" I'm sure we could be happy. What doei [money count?" "N'.?t much th?*- first ' month." '"race answered in a firm b?it gaatle tone. MBat aft'-r'' Whv. th rk, BrnaetT Tenta getting ti*. while in ! getting $3- I've h;??l to work v.rv harl to get It. I've never had a renl home h?!t when I marry I mean t.? give up iMMtfieaa and bave a real one. You're a nice boy, bur I don't believe you re the kind that n,.iv ,?ik?ht to marrv. Ernie Tu o h?it letale i,rea<* may aoom very moist, but lq ' ? ottage i? 'a aarfttlly try " -a Daily Bill of Fare -- FRIDAY. BRBAKPABT Berrlea creamed fartn?% [omelet with ?hives, toeat, oodfee LUNCHEON?Raked beans. ch?-??*?*?, i rdead Macult fells roll, tea. DINNER?Baked mackere! with bre-td ? BtUfJIng and cress, tartar s:? ?c. poodle?, ?aaparagua, fruit m?cedolne, .-??iTee FASHION FAVORS WHITE WAIST. According to "The Dry ??.-?o.is Econ? omist." the waists which are takln*** the lead in retail departments are the wh'.ta modele in abado- leee and ne?, also the garments made of crepe de chine, ?'hi?a i silk and meaaallna, In the BhedOW and net waist?: man*/" | fichus are being used, also the surplice ! designa which ehow the de,.p pointed vest 1 effecta Many of the ndvanc.? fail modela made ?,f theae lacee have law ?:e.-Us and '. three'quarter aleevea As the s??a-^:i ad? I vaneen, however, manufactur?is plan to ! m.ikc th? full-length sleeve and the high. j ne.k finish for the larg?*r prop?.rtl?n o| I th.-lr line?.. In silk numbers the fall models ara being made in manv fasten-ln-front ? styles, novelty Mil effects and hlousn , styles, the fuln.'ss helm*; joined to a nar? ? r<?\v yoke across th? back To a ennsid? ! ?rable ext?*nt th.se models are being ! made up with low necke and long slee?.-?-?., ! us manufacturers draw attention to th? I fact that the high n?*ck can" easily be | effected by the use of a guimpe. The Greatest Business Convention in History Trip Annual Convention of the Associated Advertising Clubs of America will be held in Baltimore, June 8 toi "i. Delegates from 136 clubs in every part of the United States and Canada .?rill be present, as well as representatives of clubs in Great Brit? ain. Germany and other foreign coun? tries. A remarkable program 9? meetings, with addresses by the most famous and suc? cessful business and advertising men in the country has been prepared. Every branch of advertising and merchandising will be discussed by men who know ?men who have successfully con? ducted epoch-making campaigns. Open i'orums will give everybody a chance to ask fjMgtloal *nd draw out information he needs in nis own business, and a great exhibit of advertising wil' show exam? pies of the latest developments in all. methods of publicity. Baltimore h?>s pre? pared a wonderful schedule of evening entertainments for the thousands o f guest? who will visit this Convention. The occasion will be one never equalled in ? American business annals. Every business man will be wel ! come?go yourself or send the man responsible for vour advertising. j Write now for full information as to program, hotel accommoda? | tions. etc. Associated Advertising Clubs of America Convention Bureau I North Calvert Street Bald more. Mi