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BALKED BY JURORS.
Judge Swann, Angered, Sug-j gests Moving Picture of Crime for Their Benefit. WOMAN PLEADED GUILTY "Worst Cas<*I Ever Saw," Says Court, When Two Former Jurymen Said They Be? lieved Her Not Guilty. "This is the w-.rs? 1 ever saw m my Ufe," exclaimed Judtrc Swann In < ?en? ral I etont | ? st? nia-, w' en two trial In the case of the mysterious "Mm Ran h Fltahugh," who plcade.l guilty to Dor ?.thy Flak, daughter of ?Pliny Ptek, bank thoy would A f- w ?la.-.s ago Creed Pulton, s laeyer, of Washington, advised Mrs Pitshugfa ?-" chang?- her plea t.. "not guilty" and yee )erday was sel for argument of the mo? tion. Judge Swam: was strongly opp to open th- default and give Mrs. ?Pita-j trial. Thi of the 1 Il r to say thai it would ! e moving i.- ' : < rim? for the hi m Hi of w t re Infor anca of crime it? order that they might I I .-.uno to >? "The evidence s?. med to my nvnd to l-e OVenraelmlng against the defendant." s-aid the ?oi;rt. "I saxv a note she had written i?, her lawyer (Abi Levy), m which she said that the evidence against her v m.?.-lining a:-..i that the w.i perfectly willing then and tii.r.- to plead guilty, and asked her lawyer to -p.a '.4 '.?? jiir?L'<- and ask II -f he would not suspend sentei ? li r told me thai her law* i r had !.?r that it was Ion that the jury would convie! her. I! ? ? m?- that shi had a desire to . .rt IntO d' what l and I declined to allow h? r ? - - t only pleaded guilty t?. th for which she ? --. plead? to another Indict) After shi h.-?.,! ?.-.idee' guilty t.. thi Iwo indictmeri' Ihe detectivea stepped i.p to m-' ?and sard. 'Will you pleas? ?a hat -he did with th?- third bar stolen from another church.' ? ? at was if the detective It so -m-.rt let him go and find it.' To my mino by Implication, thai t'.at hand l win further state that th?- penal of twelve Jurors drawn in her ?as- are SI 1 : :f ! oil would like t icli opinion. Individually, as to the ? or mnoconte of the defendant and what their Impression waa i regard 10 . vnt I will b?- ver) m ich phased 1 never consult- d xvith them '.?i an; They are right here now ;-. I think the! wasn't overa h fend ' ?rill . unser.t that she withdraw her plea, otherwise 1 a th? motion." "is ther? any .'--imr her? who feels that i ? would have found u verdict of nol ^uilt ? in the case?" Jud~e S warn ask?d. Ten jurors stood up M I Korv. cloth? aleaman, of No ??. ?Yes! '-)4th street, and Kmil Ackennan, of No '??1 Ms ? ..?ii ? forward and Bald they would have done so. "This is the worst I ev, r life," said Jud?e Swann. We will have t" open th" .. - ilnsl my wlil and mv sens <>< justice. Is tin rase tried within the last ten y?ar the man couldn't get the tit fault i "If t. - got to be ?.ri. tve ought to have moving pictures of th." ?rime, and I would sugKc.-t that Juror? re notified 'hat a crime we? about to be committed so that they can be present and see It." GARRICK PLAYERS WINNERS Will Get Educational Dramatic League First Prize. The prize winners in the competitive rej formante ..f "Pygmalion arid Gala? under the auspices of the Ed tior.al Dramatic League, are th?. ?;,,r Players "f Stanton House, <t was announced yesterday at the headquart? r? ? ai. ! Thirty-ciKh'h street. Tr.e Gar-ick Players. who were coached by Miss Marttaret Crawford, will r. presented with, a bronze tablet end *-'"> :. of all the dram.i !? SgUI s fall. I pr.ze. a red ribbon and *?-?. went to the ??rccnwich Hois.- Children, bed by MIM Marlon Curtis, and tn?* third ellow ribbon and 13, went to the little players from th? "Do Ye the Nest Thing liuu.-t," whose p Miss Sarah White. The league la hoping to have some little plays r. ady to produce in parks and recreation piers by the middle of Mi August Belmont, the pr.-si deatt, xvill have returned from Europe. 1 ?ring the summer two club will b? instructed in the art of the drama by Mrs .lane YVallack. "SUFF" PARASOLS ON WAY They Will Draw Attention to "Cause" at Long Beach July 4. N leer and white "Votes for Women" )'.4i-jeol? are the lates;. They are the ? leation of the National Woman Suffrage Association, and they ?.rtive) noisily ?lav afternoon. Th.- parasol are made of yt ??very ye!l?.w. to put it mildly?and ahito SSCI r.ng In no uncertain the word? "VotOS for Worn, ri " No, they are not for privat?- or garden party " ? ire tor parades, push? .?if,mobiles and all public cea "t auftrage w ..rk> They win make their debut <>n the ?h of July at Long Beach, w Miss Harriet May Mills will ?It on the yellow ?and?. In the .?had.?"? of the yellow parasol, and watoh her yOtUtg en? thusiast? bathe In yellow lathing suits. There will be a picnic lunch Under h ?loztn uf the parasols, with a <?.mplete yellow menu, from egg? to ?ponge cake. The picnic In by Invitation of ex-Senutor H-vnolds. of ly.r.g Keach. who Invited the "BUffa" last yt-ar, and liked them so weil that whin they Invited themselves this led a m?>?t cordial Invita? tion. ? pi? ni. party will leave the "state" at !??;'. OS Fourth of July morning and ?I th? whole day. All good suffrafilsts are invited. HER $15,000 CATTERY PALACE FOR PRIZE PETS Mrs. Clifford B. Harmon Starts Work on Home (or Toms and Tabbies. I By Te'?>er-ipli |? T> I T ? H in* 1 Greene/tch, Conn., June 26.?Mrs Cllf? B Harmon, dauchter of Comm? E C. Benedict, lifted the s-padefu! of : for what is ' ir cdta in this country? Mrs. Harmon, a noted cal fan? cier, is bent upon having a ??ub for four kit? many of them th?* greatest prize? winners In America i ? I ?? ? the .. ere sel al work on th? lei on of the new n&Cffl dub this morning, Mrs. Harmon broki the nd in the presence of s large com? ? ? Including Commodore Benedict and Thomas HsatlngS, of i'ari.'re ?X. Hast the ai ted ol the building. over mon than two acres of ground, will be on I Commodor? t's property at Indian 1 Harbor. There sre to be eight room? with nineteen , ;,t ruts Hot and ' '"'' water, electric ii?ht?. ph? for cooking, a kittens' nureery, ateam heat and nth.: Improve men ta win b? Installed. In stMl? ti.m th'-r>- la to be a cottage for Mr? F v. Mathls, who ha.*- i"1?-'! asreoelated wit h Ml*. Harmon for thr*e v. m 11 ! breeding 'enroua .'?t*3 f,,r ahoui r s Mi Hsrmon'a rat roii?ehoid ;?r?- the f..?**i.>ait ehampton Lsdy Bonis, who has never be? ted; champion Bweel Jette, broughl by Mr. Harmon from England; champion P?-?er K, Mat? thews Silver Ray, champion Bussing sti? ver, Silver lieue. Rarteefleld, Bla< >? prince and others in her collection of trophiea ar? twenty? challenge '-up*- ami a case of altneei a hundred gold, silver and bronz?* mod? ?ni blue ribbons The new cat club win be kn -w1. sa tl e Greenwich ?'at Ken? nela, i.% which nnme it baa airead] be? come famous all over America and 1 i1 ida wher? ?.it* ar. shown. Mr. Harmon win cive the r*ats ).?r personal tlon, and Mrs Mathia sill be in BRIDE 10 WOULDN'T KISS GEIS $30 ? WEEK Asked $300 from Husband, but Judge. After Reading Letters. Strikes Off Naught. TWO MONTHS OF TREMBLES Mrs. Arthur S. Hoyt, Who Is Being Sued Here for a Di? vorce, Says the Spell Suddenly L ft Her. trthur 8. Hoy! sev? eral ci tloi ?a! I ? thi At!. ? ? ? . ? rday to ihe appll? Btlon of telle, foi week and ? .; of :t for a '!iv.,r-.. e and h?-r ...lint?' - . I lustlce Gieg? eu v ? x- -a pa't ??: ?-? r.o m tie- alimony I matter several I? ? ; his wife them Hoy! hope?! to prove ? ? ? that i . rife a In hi r a? tl H..vt has mail? :? ? !!"'? t '"i w i,', - ? for a divorce. Hoyl has prop- ? ? f the H Sethi 1 - -.? m rried Febr - ? left ban.) April --. afl Europe. Hoyl says while II abroa?! 1rs Wife WSS I Old toward ' Il - ' ? - kiss him. altr. him tu ki.- - M -, Hoj t m ii- : api . all i mony sa.vs lier husband ha 180.000 a yea main- ? Ir home ai th? 1130,0 ? . F - Hoy! mdoi her, Hoyt, In lus sni a*er, sa; I the -a which hi ? a month alimony fro bus. ami alimony from him because ol Hoyl sav - he reluctant!} rev? court the "uni lation, ' but he dld - e hie wife's allei ?'ions. | ? alimony | Hoyl the following - - from his wif? talk ov et the t? "My .?tar Art'- I talk :..' to v : t It occur to you thai - ?-o by we find less and Ii to each ? -.her? I hat- i-, aay anyl un* kind; bul you should, !?? Ing far ? than i. aei that tins sort of thing ?an i so on?wi Im] other ami 1 lannut stand the strain. "Last - ? ifter I got In be : i .-topped trembling lb? end of b sp?n that ? : hat i- not the worai ? : i . coming affect? d x\ ? butii been i w. might as wtii consort with the dead it is better foi you t-> write Instead >.t Bg up here. | shall expect you ' "ESTELLE ' in reply to tl Hoyt says b< -.v rote M> Deer Wife Estelle i ?at.not agre? arith you on all pointa 'I tie mo t ? Ins part to i trembling. Now. dearie you must know I lot md pray you ? i| to m? ? ? even s line, telling me how you are. if you do not, I am unfit for anything and . r??lise? Don't be cruel to me." Hoyt says his wife then Wrote BJ fol? :..-.v.-. "i hevea t written yea simply i.. - 1 luv. notl Ing to sa)*. Wa bava bad loo man;, talk i The thlnga we .lu. ?1 aot have the outside world knoe have proved too much for us, showing tha- tie Ideals "? all er? about the san., in the long run ' -m VENTILATION BOARD NAMED i Will Study Question of Improv? ing School Buildings. Albany, Jane 26 A commlaaion on ventilation was appointed by Governor - to-.lav to BtUd) the \ .-n t i la 1 ion of school buildlnga Mrs Elisabeth M Anderson baa ? so to the As? il on foi in-i'i... ni? th.- Condition of the Poor lor SUCh an Inqulr) and the Governor a. ted at th of the aa* ? ion Professor Charlea C E, A Bflnalow, ate profeesoi <>f Motogy of the ?'.?lleve of tie City ?.f New York. Wais name?! chairman The other members I of the commission are Kdxxard Lea I Thorndlke, professor of educational pay? ! cholorv- at Columbia I'nlv ersifv , .lame.? Alexander Miller, professor of clinical m??Heine. Columbia; Predsric s Lee, pro? fessor of phystology, Columbia; i-.ari n. Phslps, professor of ?-hemlcal biology and lecturer <>n sanitary engineering at the Meesaehusetts Institute of TechnoJ? ?-.?.?%, and D. B. KimbsJl, a mechanical ar.d electrical engin<<r WOMAN TO BLAZE HI ?O CANADIAN PEAKS Professor of History in Normal College Plans 400-Mile Trip in Rockies. INDIANS TO LEAD WAY Miss Mary L. Jobc Will Take Along Two Guides ? To Climb Unexplored Moun? tains in Alaska. tVhei to charn ? .1 Lav not laid hand upoi th? ? worn ? Hi. mountain? Bp< ?m r on th?; hotel pia '? Ing TI,: L ..?'?? who . ?;. on .i lltl mile ? limb uv r th?- ? .1 Ml< ' mak ins no woman ? Ml) Jo t will stsrt s ' t1' luml .... - ? 1 :... i ? ? . the a] ? . ? vieil | Indtai ? befoj of the Atha i a Ifh ? Indian w? nv n I of th? ' ? ?, t/aluabl? , . Ii.i,i.i ? (:? ? ' ? the She? trips I Indtsi . Ill r? turn to 1 Into ' Yorp "No i m not carrying ai auffras< ' to plant on th told thi t.. ira.? ' llghl "ver | know l am \ > r>- much In eympi I t ? movement howsi > r. E ? who .--..-: she la hone l ? i i ? m i.. Prunes," aald Misa Jobs, "and i- ? ??'iff of life f.,* mountain climbers, you Know. To ? ? ? oatmeal and ? : eck? d "Bacon and beana an tl t il ipla dinner, with pru ford? ? : ... ...- ? to arry, too Malted ml tea an the only I trrj." Misa .lot..- v.1,1 be accompanied on the roughest psrl of the trip <>nU by 'wo indlsn gil ti?? :..| oi i' ism and .t in? mi - : o? ' o- ? 'a nadlan Alpine Club . Invited to a.ipai . ? Nome, vv h? it the ladl? ? are iltoi ? - able to do .??? ot , t ? i... ,i SUFFRAGISTS CALL POLICE New Bronx Shop So Popular That Crowds Need Curbing. Bronx luffraglsta had to tend a hurry call to the Tremonl Biatlon for th? police ghl to prote I then* from b crowd of more than ;i ti ?usand curio - lty-s? ? ? i.e?i their non votes? for-women ahop, si Webeter avenue ?-.. t The ahop, atocked with ? variety of canned foods end with auftrage novel! ? and Ht? i b ..... ?...-i . : terda y f the Bi oaa u ornan Buffrag? L ' : -.- 'i ye B. liulb. 11 dent, it i-.s tw., oi...-. u i,, Kiiffrai;'- and reduce the cosl of living Mr. Holbert, of the Bronx Men'a U ? for Woman Suffrage, la also Interested, ..mi the p .m ,,f th? a "v.. organisai to make the simp tb? nUCleUI Ol ' peral ? ? ,l foi Hie psRhaae "f ? ?? price* Mr Holbert atetad I.-ist night that other ;t?,re.?4 would be opened ?- ortly. The one si Webetsi avenue and itmi* -ir?-.?t la small, but with it.? yellow trimmlnga it proved a bugi attraction for large crowda last night gome >.f the women um will tin.- turns m Mi. n. Oreenwald, Mrs. i F, ?Dawarm Mr*-- ?; W. Hotch? Usa, Mrs. .) P, Blsck, Mrs C. P. Brick? ?OS an?1 Mr A. J. BurSOS Tlie inntits. if there ar- any, win be used for auffrsga work in The Bronx. GIRL IS CITY MARKET CLERK Philadelphia, Jun?- -..-Miss Achsah Up? j In-ott waa appointed ehi.-f market ?l??i it of this city to-rlay al a salary of Jl,i?ii p year She headed the elvll servir? ellxl I M Ils' with a higher BVOrSga than three men competitor*. Ml.-s Upplrruoit will b. aSStgSOd to Btndy market houses In other ?ItleH with a View to Improving market bulldtnga owned by th?- <ity of F'hilad? lphla. NASSAU FIREMEN WON OVER BY SUFFRAGISTS Long Island Vamps Promise They Will Throw No Cold Water on "Cause." CONQUEST COMES EASILY Knights of the Hose in Annual Tourney Fall Before Foun? tain Pens Wielded by Visiting Women. Well the Nassau County firemen mey be trusted not to throe ?old wafer citi the suffrage movement, if the reception thej ga* - to Mi i Bobei I I Idi r, Mi B ( ' T-.ih.'f Perkins, Miss Amy Wren, Mrs Minnh x Panehew snd lbs Brooklyn suffrag ! who Invaded Ibelr tournament Bl ?'..ll.-v Btreem '?? l? WJ Indi? cation what they rure going t.. .1?-? for tbe ""votes for womei This annual tournamenl la the ?ocla! event of that par' of Long Island. Pire? , n-.en In red shuts, firemen In gray jeckets, firemen In white suits ?come from every direction with their village engines and compete for pi i while the rest of the population | i.v the ws y side and enjoya th? delicious . . . ? rhile si! . still Tl > knights of the ? t- i.lav w hen the ?uffi - thr. e doe ti thi '? tOUl tb" villa-. ? Perklru ? first In her automobil? B e dree oui her lane fountain pen , . a thrust with It an?! frage | .1 red-shlrted gianl from Hempel : a ? "Will j . i -:i. plea i '?' . ahnly. Feared Fire in Her Eye. ile s gned He ? ward ? ti' knee ? bei .'?! be pul ? ? start of you, and th? the latter kind v !N, - M X - . and Mi a T C || - ? 11 1 v ? - ? ' then by t? -XI P. I ? r -, ? . -in hi. ? ? I when I ? f of the I i.- \ i. ? ? lh< I. Cabaret for Vis tor?. It '?' 1. ? ? ? M? a a . ? ? dan? ed the tani and I It was s the .... :? It ? ? on to vol ? ird i I m the suffrai Ma Prl tes In the tiempst? ? , from M ? i It li? tten "ii the part of I ; . ont : it? th? par! to th? ? ? i allowed Mr Todd to a m Wren oi to a tal fi which . a? n said -i !? a word ' WATCH WOMAN BURN Moving Picture Audience Una? ble to Aid Victim at Window. The a ad m ?? In the ?Nli ki I? t. on 1 a I mont svenue, had ?? real thrill last ..- i motion 11? l an me of the garth n op? n a I ? ?? ? tl.luat ' Ihe i ." '-" ??; w ? i ? reman em ?i Harnea al a window at a house at Bo 7i! Palnnonl Place, thai backs up to the thr itr- It-!,? Ml Moi k i. agi d I daugh.f m - Gerl MOeller, ha ! ; gone lato the kil ere her clol . t'.ek tire from a I Sue iuehl d to the win i ? mother tried In rain to extinguish thi | s-'aul As. h end Mo ? ' 1 Uten managers of the theatre, grabbed .. -o. rxtlnguteher, ? iim?.?<i the tir?- aa ? ? n a vvIndow In t'.e Mo? Hi- hotrn x\ hen tb? i Mlaa M? ? ? waa unconecloua, lier clothlns and iiair lia? Ing been burned from her bod} They | . attngutah? d ihe Sam? a with Ihe i '?? cal When t'.e women Brat appeared In the window .-? general shout of Rn i.ighi ti,,, ggg i srsona m the open ill the itri to the fein e, where Um i mad? frantic eft t.. p?, til?- r? lief ..f the burning ?roman. Miss M.? ii. i was taken to Pordham Hoe? puai, w i ere si s wai ? eight t.? be <iv li - ? ?SANDWICH GIRL PARADER/? Coney Island Will See Procession of "Votf*3 for Women" ?Signs. The ?andwl.'h girls will be "on th? Job" this afternoon They wl'l cairv "Votes for Women" pleeerds announcing the big meeting which is t?> be ?bald .?t Seaside Pai 1. Sat inla?- afternoon Mi*s Mabel M? h"!i"l?l, lead? r of the sandwich parad?-, win carry a big dinner beii Thp paraders win leave the elevated railroad terminal al I o'clock and travel along Surf avenue until ih.v get tir? ?1 The pararle, which l? being organised by Miss ftoatrtrs Drown, ..r the XX'oin Peiltteal cnion. aril! ?mate! ..t Miss Beho? fleid. Miss Margaret McLaucbton, Mil - Lillian Walker and Mrs A M I>sant. WOMAN RUNS THEATRE WITH ONLY WOMEN AIDS Mme. Rosini's Venture Net; $120,000 in One Year. LOVE OF COLOR A FACTOF Successful Manager Not i Feminist ? Hobbies on Home and Children. "It is fifteen years sin.?<? I bought th? ? '?.-m Theatre In Parla and .-tart.. is director. Yau, I ersi the I rsi aroman t. run her OS ti tlu.itr... and 1 hav. remain?'? Only one." Mme l-t. Rasiini told til? ? ntatlve of a London dally. When asked how she came to make the venture of running her oara theatre, sh? "I love rolor nnd eolor BChcmeS 1 raya been In the bai.it of atud] h'?.' them, ami I had devoted myself to hit** as my special aubjei t. Wuan I want? <\ !?? . ..ni montry i thought ? "'as \ make us.- ..? tin talents i '.in. and I knew tin I could develop them In thest? management, i waa accepted in Paria at ?.ne.?; Bucceaa followed my first efforts, and within three years I ooul.l feel th-tf my initial dlfllcnltlea nan overcome, it waa no r?s>- task: I au? ceeded through hard i i ' N... ! am not a feminist." she declared emphatically. "1 do not see the ne.,I of . a r< mili.?-' 1 .?in certain I ? - ? I thro? rgiea Into i? and I am if the work? sa hard aa a man s|,.- will K.iln j-:st as much In rr?on.?v . . in position as he will. I do not s?*e how a man could have ?lone better srtth ? my theatre then i have, and i cannot be? thel t-1 woTild have earned more I than my revenue of last year -?:y .*??* "The whole Industry ??f my enterpr!*-e 1?? I, \> Om< n. T ' elleve in p- ' in touch with my emplove?, so | I ? .... I pay my ? well; ?? tay with me and do th? ? ' ? e. for they know thai i ma le the < csn for and i tin-i ? mutual | Is ritual ? rk, si? t, ' ve are all strained to the utmost. I lift- en dsya before a production no i mus? apesk to me or coma turna nie ? e< pt on business ronrerr.ed with my tl Btrlesl affairs. A production in Paris i: different thin?- from a London event the same kind The public In my city ; on th<- qui vive; everybody is ciamori for sdmission t?> the Bdpdtltkm Qdnira We have a se'-tlon of the public w pride themselves on attendlm? all repe flops and on tiivln-j; their opinion on t plays as thev come out. Not to km What Is going ? n in the theatrical w.n o, Parla ?s >.. b? hopelessly out of m with artistic progresa." Tuen sin- explained how every deta however minute, passe?! through her ov hands; no small point BSCSpod her SttS Hon. nothiiiR was too trivial for h? r pa s nal i onsiijen?tloii. '?Ever) cqstume, for Instance, is ma' in my own theatre, an?) every ona com? fr..in the hands of women. My who business is a women's organisation. buy all my silks ami satins, as well ? my other fabrica, myself; they at- al! i j food quellt) because i must absolute! : hsve my .olor achcma as near in1.- Id?* las I ?an H'-t it. I buy '-very stuff I us ? In Its orhvrlml tone of white, and I liav ! them all dyed exactly to my orders i "Vou would tln.l us busy any day at. th i Ba-Ta-Clan. making tights, wigs, artiti I ri.ii flowers for decoration as well as f" ; wesring, doing thst dsllesta embroider Ion gsuse >.r on other msterlsls creetlni -' .?t rang? menta for dec ? and .loin?; ail th little hand! Cl lits of which },o many are nqul ? '1 i" ..1 pro.luction I uni alv I can to a perfect I realiiatlon of my conception of an su thoi's Idea. Just non res are working ?>i a Japaneee Idyl. Old printa and pictural have to be Btudled, w- must look U| documenta an-1 have them translated; in ever way we must **et as near the real thing a? we ran to mak whole Into a poem it la pteeaant work. It Is more than that It Is delightful 1 i am aa happy in my profession as it la ,, t., p. She was asked about her bol "M) hobbles," sh<- ejaculated, "they ar*> my home and children. My life is divided i- iw? ind my theatre, it convtci thai worn iperior ah? prov? h? t s?if in her <*h will rain nothing by n? to her child ? ? FADS AND FANCIES IN PARASOLS Filmy Creations of the Season Do not Deserve Name of " Sunshade;?' But They Do Give a Touch of Smartness to the Costume. mere ei n ? ?rtali : ,\.- I.e. r known for xrars ? ?ni fford ' whun. ?r?y do add ' throe ni ? ?? sur. 1- ? est para ably I te ? >.an - If i n of t tlx'e the manufact ? of white la . ? . kingdom ? n for Butter* ? , ira?ol. The low? r ipied lent their the middle i i ided xx in?:^ v ited frili .Ing the foundation ? . - In ? mbrolflerlng thea glo ? in s ht ni ' . edge wa '??'.. ? Ule sti'.i 1 '-me mahne an.l The han ?? ..?? ..f bla.-k bea All of ? rere 1 iloned wll many ribs ? .?if!' rei ? from t te -ilk c* v? m m i yh the aha | ? different*?*?, to be sure. | - - ?-? ? ? ? .. ? ? In 1 new paraaol the ribs ? th? m ? ? landing < n? -in- ?t T the ? or of miiline. i veil?tor the Ifect is v? I la ;--'.?Kht fuilv soft md i ? than ' -h etill outlli tha In the tat gei atlon. afosi of tha the s have i.. en delegated to i | ? to be shown at all - be itursl W' i ..- t y may h ?. . irt and Th. perfectly plain ? : .m tin? almpler pai i - ? . Ided with unit i' ?ire considered fitting compleme of chiffon, lace and m ill Th? ion?;, tranaparent handlea <>f nor ? .i bj one importanl Pren ii ugh the parasol itself i* almost STUFFED EGGS WITH VARIATIONS This Standard Sunday Supper Dish Admits of Much Spicy Experimentation?Wrapped in Waxed Paper, StuiTed EettSS May Go into the Picnic Basket. xx'hai is n Bunde) nigh! supper with Xnd What make- ? i, ,,et . wben Mary J? om In" for luncheon ? -v , ?e Ui?lei Is almost emptV With Onion and Lemon. Here Ik a vv.. ? .?! itulflug : ll I llttli from the ordinary . I/Oik v :': onion, ? . Ii mon lili ? a little mua? lard and some sail anl peppt-i The .??.-^ |l d Itl.I ?-V ? IV IVv.i : to.-.tlu-r and vv ia? |..- 1 in pap.??? i,,i it ? aerved upon i bed of ? :- ? ?or BUPper ii' luii'il.'l :?t !..??! ". With Minced Ham. sd onion may he oml'.tml if on ilili and minced h un. arith the addition ?.f a fe* dn i??? of W - ?hire s.u.. a or cats ip ma) be added For .vet another v..nation minoed pickle i.? used in plate ?if ttie ham. A Simple Stuffinq. I or another simple Bluffing, mix two teaapoonfula of butter, one of en two ".- Ihres drop.- of onion Juice an! sail and p<-|.?.???- ?Mtii the min.ed yolks of six herd boiled ?'?ir, Cheese or Chicken. Bomotlmea agga have a cheese ?tuff fn:* Mix grated chseea with on?- of the fillings .Just given or merely with the ti i ?bed Volks and plenty ?if BO-lSOIll Ig, and 1111 the CUSS ?dive oil Is often used In place of butter or ?ream to moisten the filling. Minced chicken makes a nice stuffing. After mashing the yolks mix them with an e.piai quantity <.r hashed chicken "ti the mixture with salt, paprika and onion juice and moisten it arith oil or melted butt, r A Sardine Mixture. Then again p.-its max be stuffed with a Sardine mixture. Bone ?orne sardines, mime them fine and add salt, p*1 end a few dropa of vinegar. Thaee mak. a very nica apring salad iiu each half of egg v inte with the mixture, - them upon ?laititv lettuce leaves and pour ma)onnslea 01er them An. hov le^ minced -las ? atufflng, VIlos an anchovy t.. each j ese Bone and akin the small Hah, . mince them fine with the yolks of the ,ii.| a Id ? PISCO of butter the si/e -. oik, ' tese] oonful ?*f i? men ,-ii of cayenne, ? little grsted nut? m< t, and *--?it to Um I I These ma v be hr.ii.-.l m th.- oven and nerved with ? risp. ?ell buttered to.ist ! at a luncheon. Almoet anj savory or aplcy contllment Is coo,I in a stuffed egg, ami it mav I ?? j iiastiiv luit together tor a picnic from Ian) ueaaoninga which may be conven ; i.-ntlv at hand The mash.?.I yolks iiii-i. I) mixed with a little chow.-how SIS very good, or for a .liaiis*?- a little i-urry snd onion flavor may bi need with the mash?.I volk.-? Daily Bill of Fare. FRIDAY. HR KAKI'AST -Cantaloupe, parsley omelet, wheat muffins. ? ? > ft ? ? ? LUNCHBON hUced vssl jellied, rslsed blseult, red rrwpberries, cup ?akes. tea. i.ivNKK Breekfaat with asuea tar? tars, bolle.1 rloe, BSlSd ?if tomatoes sad stringbeans, chocolate custard, coffee. WEDDING A SECRET 18 MONTHS. [Prom l*he Tribune Conoeposfleat. 1 r.elvi.lei??, N J., June ?.'.>.?Mrs. Koderlck j? Bcnenck has been leaohlni aehool at Ifldvale i..r i? montha and no one had an Idea ahe waa married. She waa Miss Viola Bearlea and is tti?? daughter of ex-Mayor Ambrose i> Bearlea Announcement of her wedding to .Mr. Schenek was made toila? Ik- is in the employ of the Lack aw.uii.a railroad at Factory ville, 1'enn. The Woman _About To^ THE UNCONVERTED "sPFf.T, Little. "Doc" Dock, of "GeneS?^ lie Jones's suffrage errny otherwi ^ Lavlnla L. Dock, 'votea for woiW? or of the 2d Assembly liiStr?rt''h ^ into the District Messenger ?hnD'Br* Henry street Settlement, where y ,* " 'Johnny' here'- ?he asked, "p, , ' him as usual to h?lp carry bari'V'1' the soap box for my regular W^ **? meeting'.''' Wr.**ttj "Er- veS,' said th.- m,ln u desk. "'Johnn: >,- ?JJ b After an interval "Johnny1'" .J^ from the rear of t ie ?tore. He " pi' lOtialy ted-ev?d. *ai1 " 'Johnnys' been cryir,'." taid , ?behind the desk * &?? "Hain't '" said "Jo "('r-'ln'-" "? nd the Sea on "because he don't want l0 2 suffrage no more An he's talked r ^ other boys an' I . ^ '*> know what we'll do, Miss Dodr." **'' He regarded "Johnny" with a ?ye. in which lurkt.l s ? ertaln .-J** ... ...... D- f?D?l.. Bay. Johnny" ?poke up "Yy?mZ' been good to me. Miss imrk. m^. ^ youse'lf I kin l. f0rm ??< mebbe I wont I ,<*.?? ^ Five rrlnutea later 'Jctaa-y- ,a made-over-from-fath? -i Ja?k.?t ara**? era of his privat? <?o?a*easl__ Do'k to the street iceeting "ENGLISH AS SHE [S SPO_B*'J?M voices and a llv? ..,. 7*** the aubwa :.<>-?" stand up and era ? ? eke, ' "An Intoxicated . lu-d, .... ? 8 ?M B prim man ? ? Th? Wr~ , ? ' that condlttej or/ puhli' '?' man a man tb? ^ verse <-f prim stood on UiAoe a rsats-j . .n.'i thi n ?. . vr. ? Awl" he ?growled, de cop'? sj*g 4 : bloke fron No wonder foreigners are sonwtae puzzled b) OUT tenguage. THF: TIP. THAT i...\DS._He ?? , M? ! t, two hundred ptrtaabg ..... a th a - He boarded a Madison avenge car im sat twtdd - P* atth him ... sittir - ?M jfjQg ' liai ?.,-oppet .-? ? !""k. over the way waked a; fr,.m * moOS? s on tu Ihearin : sans r ? ? that n -xkti?, .,. \X'h;., ., ? :ruk?i ? arful of ?tin . -rout)?? 111?..!.- ' INDIVID' .-? . - -Has ? ' . ' ? thin and had i ? rithout It ? ? get m . Sleeping Car Apron If yi "' Bag While , . great -on * - upon when 1 an e \.. pract ? ? with a rubber I .?ray ? ?laaaaf t for uh,'n * ? are disclosed, ?'?' ,m* matter to sd.. t tire ? - ? n | the proci as of I ** li'"0, ill-bons ! er wir-, travellers Mesa the a - ?8' spn as, for her ? "'"tl. pliahed In other.-, wi? ly packed bag Th? : ca bought for $1 J7J. or old ne.-k tlxins. T rhoul.l that chip - ? the ? olor mue! . omplexlon, the aril? I? ' "^ t..:.,-.ll.,',.|4- I",.-?', lilil? . omplexlon, the aril? I? t(i mecutetely fresh, and ti-.. -? ???r'1' ? ,y mus? be .. com l ' ?let*' Inns are only two of I many m*^ Borles that maki ui I ' ?' ".^ w. n groomed woman, ? ?-' '? ', ^?jf jewelry, hosiery, foots. .?.???" a fee of the "f - ? Short Coats. Thete is a m.-st ?ielightful, in'-.in?te** ti.?I . ...it which lends ?attf and thus make.- the MV**'Xfi !? ronches ?asi 1.? low t;.h-?)? hue in front ?not more than <ti? ?? .^ straight end loos.? 'l he**-'* ?*? ai.- the favor. .1 mode for the * ? S?a ' rials. Some of them t ..,? '"'? *** ^?g, linee In the front, ext. nding ?' ?* ?a square tails m the back; other? ?*-4 godct pleats, wnlie ?1 -'V on the box order, loose and D*s? rf ? strali ht A partii'ularlx new rea? # the loose pleat In th. a? .4. ? ; -.te been created tor tin woman -?"u ?!*?" corsetless ?Inure F'lifortunateij'.g year? of corsets there Is an "'-'>; jt? the spine lust above th. w.nst un- ? ?.a this line thai these loose. ?xr*'k'? irr*> cleverly conceal. One ... th? mosx ^ ?tvle? ,., wear is the I a??.*'. '#?Tf ,ir* held In by a belt which encircles "^g ?ui the tall, slender girl it ???? w0tJu? charm ami lots of chic, but tne ^ ?vith S more mature figure m from It