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f. RENL SU1TRAGE HEU
On Eve of State Crusade for Cause He Shows Wonder ful Necktie Courage. TAKES OFF PRETTY GIFT But He Gets Many Other Things to Hearten Him on His Way Among Opposing Saracens. ?U'hlch requires more courage?to ipurn 4 suffrage necktie or to wear lt" VaHent str Alfred! Ha proved hlmaelf .ward at i.-ast. when righl before the very blue ayea of all those aapeastanl aaffragettea he tora thelr levety blue .. from his collar and atuffed It into his pochet Ii ehtvahry dead? WeH the BuhTragettea dtdn't mind, after a niinute. for Sir Alfred smiled and said: -Dear ladies. i pray you, think lt not iii that I do not wear your tle. 1 am MVtng H to WOar when I dlne with the nor Bul maanwhlle, i aeeure yon, H still rests ln a Bptrltual four-ta-hand ? my neck. and will always be thera I aUI never fOTgOl vou. and 1 will COBBB baOb wt-aring my tle or ln tt"' This was at the national woman BUf headquarters. where Alfred H. | am, the suffrace kn<ght. began his ; of \1elta before starttng on his tour. .. state Iftaa EUnoe B\rns anrl Mrs rrancee Maule T-iorkman dld the honors, ln the absenre of Pr. Anna Howard Shaw. and presented Blr Alfred with a blue ? for women" flac-blue Is the ro'Or o' the "Natlonar'-and after the fla.g B suffrage flowarr for Ma buttonhole. and then the tie. It was of B 'ovely pale. blue. 4, ?,- the color of the "Natlonal" flag. The hero'a banda amre fall of Bag, ao there were loud calla for Mrs. nrown tO nnd tle her huahand*a necktie. . ;th! What la this world a-comin to? Mrs. Rrown refused. ,.j . . . .aid "I n^ver tled his neehtle in my Bfe." MU* Byrna came to the r-scue. for tahe hM practfaed on a small nephew and _noara the c.irioua mysterles of four-.n hands. , From the "National" the party went ln motor cars to the "State" headouart.-ra. where Miss Mary Garrett H..y anl Mra Carrte CTu?pman Catt were waltlng for them with a yellow hatband. a pir. and a cup of tea. Bverybody made uttle Bpaechea, even John Sherwin Crosby. who beard th? marry voices and dropped ir*. to see the excitement Tham they went around the eorner Into Madison avenue. where Miss Harrlet May Mllla all dressed up ln her college. eap nnd ro-n to do honor to the nrst man cruaader for suffrape. presente.l hlm Wlth a polden key-"the key to tha situation - and aasured hlm of a wakome ln I one of the tWO hundred suffrage clubs upstate. At the ? rmon." Iaat on the programme. S:r Alfred's herolsm BgalB was giv.-n the necktie test. This time n waa a ajargeoua i.-reen tle. wlth hands ot purple and white. tiie "Union's" col-.rs Mr p.rown gallantly dur-ked hts ha-ad. whlle Miss Heatrlee Brown. Mandlng on tlptoeat, knotted it about hlfl throat anl baed lt wlth a purple. green and white Tha llttle green car. wlth Miss Kleanor Ervlng. the only llvlng auffrape chauf tt irette. waa ready to drlve Mr. Brown and R C. Beadle to New Rocbelle. where there was a meetlng ln the evenlng. There nere. fond farewclls all around. and con fetti fom the merry hands of Mlaa Lllza Aldrich and Miss Rose Sandcr.-on. Mr Brown took account of atock Just before they started and found hlraaeU possessed of: fme blue necktie. One green, purple and white necktie. I ellow hatband. Str. Buffrape flags. One key to New York. One button bearlng the portralt of Dr Anna Howard Shaw. rina yellow suffrage roae. Or.e purple pen.-ll. Two hundred "votes for women" but tona. Ore thousand Buffrage leaflets. The flrst eight articles he promlsed to cheriah throughout his trip and to wear ?Aher.ever the occasion warrants. The last two lt Ib his miselon to dlsseminate. Hla ltlnerary haa been left more or less elastlc. ln order that Invltations from local cluba may be accepted. Any one who wants to hear a real llve Buffrage bere Baay write to hlm en route or to A. aadle at the Men > Laargue, Na 11 Uroarjwav. No invitatlona wlll be ac? cepted witnout a promlse of an automobile rry the knlght on to the next town The achedule to September 22 18 as fol 10WB. Mondav. August H New Roehelle. day ? Yonkers. Tarrytown an.l Peefcahlll. _ ,, . iv?Wappinger'B raiie anu Thuradaa -Rhlnebech and Red Hook. F>hia- I and Albany. rday Troy air! i 'oboa ? .. Aupust a?Bcbenectady. Sunda\. September 6? Syracuse. T.ienday?Rochester. Wedneaday?Nlagara. \V?,: -. pti .'iitier 16 Llmira Wed lepti mbet a Arnst. I'lam. MRS. JOHNS LOSES SUIT Separation from Ex-Head of Asbestos Company Denied. The r-uit for a separation and support brought hy Mrs. Katherim- S. Johns apaln^i Hantry Ward Johns has been dls t- Toinpkins, in the Su Preme ('ourt at White Plalns. Mrs. irg'S, which lncluded < rue! traatment, were sald to be of ? Beaaa tlonal nature. Pending the outc.me of the suit sh. reoehred $1*9 a month ali B Mr. Johna Is a son of the found'r "f the H. W. Johnr-Maiiville .'ompany. BO bestob manufacturers. and was one of ita heads until his retirenx nt, five years ago. HELD AS "WHITE SLAVER" Brooklyn Man Accused of Transport ing a Oirl tc Massachusetts. I'ttsli. hl, Mass . Aug. M. -< hargxl wlth truni-porting .aih.-rlne Y. Uickmg from ?nuublya t.i Caiiaanllriil and th. ? i le *Pringfl.lrl. ln vlolatlon of the Mann a< t, ??M'liiir, Hlonzo, Bf Hrooklyn, was held la BUBJI bonrl.., to-day after a hearing b< haa the iiiit.r) Htut.-s Commlaalnner, Ar '.hur h a/oadi Ha aill ba trled la ?aa ?on na-xt month. Tl'* glrl was held in $>X) as a wltnesB. aUBBBB wai-; arraated IB Bprlngntiial on laturOay. ALFRED H. BROWN, SUFFRAGE ADVOCATE. mcMS ? 4>. STATE OF m Y[ At right Miss Bettricc Brown is rrr<:rritinc; a "Votea for Wotnen" tit* tn him. OF URGED 8T C. W. ELIOT Should Stop Brecding Human Beings from Defectives, He Tells Hygiene Ccngress. HOOKWORM A GREAT PERIL As an Indircct Causc of Death It Has No Equal, Declares Rockefeller Sanitary Commissioner. Riffaio. Aug - I antlata and cdu eatora from all i,arts of tbe world aaa. ra bled bere to-day for'the fourtb Interna tionai Congreaa on Bchool Hyglana. Ihe delegatea numbereal about laro tliouaand \\e\i ome araa extended by Kpreaentatlvea of the nati'in, Btate and eity At a aeneral publlc meetlng to-nbjhl ad flrtaaaa arera made by Dr. Cbarlea W. EHIot, prealdent emerltus of Harvard 1'nl veralty, an,i sir Jamea Grant, prealdent of the natlonal Canadlan organlslna mittee. Bchool Uf? Ib tha oountry, Bb James da-clarrrj. ofTern a p< rfe. t aafBty valve for the rlatng aaneratlajn, and, no far as poaalble, the Inlluence of the con? greaa should be exerclaed to .our.tt-r.nt the rush from country to rity. Dr. Kiiot. \.ho is preaidenl of the con Breaa, aalai thal the progreaalve < iniiza Oon of the last hundred years haa worked frrlbly agateat the heaith and '," -rpetulty of the whole ra''-. This. he aald, ls eeen in the reduced vltallty of tbe multltodea that inhabit elosely bullt < itl.-s, ln the diminishlng Blse of famiHOB, bl the ln capa.ity of niany woni. n 10 bear and Burse chlldren ai.'i in the dlapropor tionate Increaae In th. number of the ln aana tha defactlva and the crlmlnally in cllned. ? Su. h < iti- s as Paria, Loridon, Berlln, N<w York and Chleago bear arltneaa to the fact that modern dvlllsatlon la all the time prapaiing and promoting Ita ovrn deatructlon," he said. Urges Segregation of Defectivee. "It is a plain duty of tl.e sl Ita 10 pro vide BOgregBiiOn Of the defectiVO, the ln? sane and the babltual crtmlnaL In order to jirevent tha breedlna ef human balnga from BUCb Btoch. lt ia not yet clear how good breedlng can be promoted among free men and wom. ri. but it la dear how bad breedlni van and should b? pTO vented. "The out' ome or thla mternaUonel oon greaa ahould be the enllghlenroant of ao eietv eoBMaenlna lha niaana of dafamdlng i iviiizatiori agalnat Ita oarn tandeaclaa of decay and dlaaolutlon, and tha Btiength enlng Of tl.e mhi.i1 nsoluiion to put into execution all the me.ism ? -s aYbkh Chrle* tian ethics and the medical aits and adenci s recommend. "Among defanatve mooBurea agalnat tha evils arhlch aUOarded .itifb and tha fa> - tory systern have broughl OB mor.kln<l. tba ftubje.t of this eomparatlvely Baa aort of cjongreaa achool hyg1ene--la of Brat bnportanca Tha evlla nhteh reeult from ba.) heualng, overcroardlng and on wholesi'ine BZCltl?infiit ln cltlca and from the fa'toiy ayatem which prevalla bi many important knduatrlea lahe th.-ir wors't effeet t,n elul.lun njol a/OUttg 1 ' "" ple. it is to the rlalng generatton, there fore, that 'lev.ntiM and remclial ni.a.-i uraa may be most be<pefully appued." Greetings from Preaident. -Those who angage la tha avorh of hu man upllft" Becretary Wllllam B. WUaon of Ihe Pederal Labor Department lold the delegatea on behalf of Prealdent w.i son aid CrOngrasa, "ara l*rOQUently looked upon as dreamera but the dreamera of t?.-day ara tha practlral men of to-mor ,ow Vou have your dreams. and OUl of those dreama arlll cotna a more perfect nianhood and won.anhood tor future gen ?ratJona School hyglana Ih one of the graat problania of nuuihlnd." Bchool l.iilldlr.ga an.l thelr en.ulpn.ent was th.- ganeral tepk of tha M^onal ?neetlnga la the aft.rnoo.,, and over Bfty addraaaee arera bmm* bb thla aubject by the representatlws of fCUf nations. Dr joim a r.rr.ii. of the Rochefeltar Banltary Comnuaalon, of WaaWiigton, In n papai on the apread of bateetlnal dle oJmg through th.- raral achool declared ,,,.? tba awb done la tha s..uth m con nectlon wlth the imokwoim dlsease ln-11 ,?,e.i thai its prevaleoca had mada II a real world problem Hookworm Grave Peril. I? thr..- and on.-half v.ars the Hocke feller <omnii-Mo.i and heaith boanls m eleven .Soulh'-in states had made tfl.M mlcroacopk e*amln..tl?ns for parasltle py, ,,,. >a?j ni this number of peraona ?,-*>ilk were found 1" bUVB hookvaorm. Prlvata phyatclanfl ireatad Utt-JOl addl tional peihoiu. Aa an indl.ct caUBB vl SUFFRAGISTS 1GN0RE "ANTIS Declare "Cause" Is Making Rapid Headway in the Senate and \ louse. |'"rnni Tlie TrlMin" Bar (Vflflt_ngton, Aug B Ignorlng tbo etxargta ma dfl bj Um "aatifl" laal fala* .1,-niii.- wort b< Ing 'ii- ni.it' -i bj Um r' aentaUvea of tha aroroan auffraga afllvo* catefl, 11 ? ? ? ? i ' il "? ? ' ' " National Amerlcan Woman ButTragi A lUoa gave out to-daj nt ln whlcn lt i lad thal ti-.- vot< i t*ir aromen can > la "ra; Idl* . round in thfl Bt ?? nd H t ther* la itfltlon-arldfl auppoii for thfl amend** manl te thi i oi * tltutl tho gaatlflr nas: th< rlghl te Um belloi "A potl just . ompl< l< I of ihe i '? ino* <r;itn- mambarfl of the Houae fr-.m Illl* nms th** nflweat woman Buffraga fltal ahowa nlneteen o .t ??' iwenl auch mem* bara have promlaed th.ir Bur*port,*' tlnui s iii. ? "Th.- tarcntJath Democral nol "in Ifalna, wbflra -?. *-i l m is t.. I . : i M alu.rtly tu Bll thfl death, Dr. Ferrell aald, th*-- '? loka probably ha ..... achooli hava bean found lo hav* . aa* 'i hfl Infi tad ?? make 10 | cent <>r IflflM piUglflMfl than Ifl mfldfl by i iioim.ii. haalthj I?r. BugeiM " Porter, > omml Hea tb of lh? BtaU of Ni ? 1 ** . lar* d that o n Byatem of phllanthn ? aflflfl ntlally ta: ? ?!-1 '" Um earlag ol dlfleaflefl flrhlcb mlght ba .axi-.i Lf a li - iaa a*flr? api n' f,,r pravrmUon. Ha adeeoatfld tba pualahnMtat t.y laat uf Bll arho paratatenUy refuafl io culUvatfl baMtfl of bealta, ?-??-? SLIT SKIRT IDEA OLD Coming Foretold by Scottish Xnight 200 Years Ago. Cornlah, Col., Aag. II Arrlv?l <.f ti.. bobblfl and Um aill aklrl la lha ful* BlntM nt of u propbecy ?f Blr Charli Puyater Ooldwln, ol Bcotland, arho llved t\x.> bundied yeara ago, ?ci ..idlng lo ?' manuacrlpt found to-day by Mlaa Falth Coraon Bmlth In a ttrunb ?Th.- Uma ii .'ii *????'" ??'" savs "'" ' Hcri|.i, arhleh la datad November 10, 1704, "when i thtnA therfl la mw i. to l - re vealad t.. my i hlldn n'fl children In < i<>th Ing th<* human foi m. i i annol b< llev? tbat men aill forovei xx..n arlga, flworda and kni .ir.. i b?M and i u< h llk? fop* pai k i "Ladlea flho .i'i nol b? bo ? <? ln th* ir dreaaea, arhlch flra cumbaraoma, and tha long tralna arhlch plaaaa thelr maJeaUefl of this x. ai of oul Lo to ma naughl but a di ilgn I.net al that whlch th? Creator meanl ahould bfl r.\ taJed "perbapa poaterlty arlll learn thal thera Ifl naughl to ba aabamed of ln tbat wblcb ?i."i bath created. The Cr?ator never meanl men and ?.n t.? bfl ? o burdened xxith velvel rlbbon -. lai <? md powder thal hlfl bandlarorh ahould be ,,,,,, ealad oi dlatoi t. .i Tha Roman . ll si i-ins to ma arerfl much mora aenalbla than xx-- ara to-daj. and ll may I ? lhal Iu ., .lu/.-it flcoraa of yeara paople. of :tie xm.i |d "in kh.xx wt ii ? ol thi M late changea, a*bl< h ?<?>? only aorae than thoflfl whii ii wort tht lr liaiafldlfllfl i>re cl. ? Bfl BOTfl." m PAPERHANGERS STRIKE Union Leader Predicts Com plete Tie-Up in the Trade. An order for a ?aaeral aUikfl of W.000 palnterfl' ?ad paftat-hangi r? Bi thlfl dlyj f.,r ahlcb Um International Palnterfl ?nd pa-perhangera' Union haa been preparing auring th? lasl -nonth, wom laaued ?*?***? day b) lha *xt euttVfl - ooualttflfl ?r um ,'?!??.' T)?. gtrlkfl nrlll b? called by fll i?,K,. cflflnmlttflfl, arhlcli arlll fltart oul at I ,, ?, to-day and dlatrlbuta rad elrculfl ? r-ontalnlng Um fltrUu order. v i ordlng i" the a-aaeuUvi commlttea | ol taa ui.mn. thla **trik** xx-ni ba the larg- i ,.t in Ihtfl partlettlar iraih- Ui ti bfl - flv?r I t,.k. n plai ? ni this dty. rtM dflinandfl *>f the fltriaara ?r? a xxorkint' xx.-.k of forty-four bOUTfl, I mlai* niiiin aragfl -'?''?' Of *M " ?,rk H'"* '" auranaa Bgalnei seddflatfl arhlle at arork. gympathcUe atrlkea ot th. <.ih?*r buii.i iiur tradaa unlona wa not flflpected The union la alBllatad flHth the Unlted H< - i?..\v Tradaa, bul it Ifl nol aflHated aiUi th? Bulldlng Tradofl Ceundl, t-onatattug Of ih*- unlona In the bullillnK tradeB, or th. \ni.ii';in K.d.r.iiion of I>ab<-r. Phillp Rahaaray, ??afltanl aflciatary of Um union. -"i'i it ***** uwU ofl-ganJsfld aad bad beea preranrlag fo* tho atrlke a loogl tlmfl Hfl ?add thal the fltrlkfl nrouM ti up tba ?ror* "f palattng *ad papflrbaag* Ing ia bundredj flf iiotj-.es in tba nftb | avaaue dlatrtet Rlaiatdi Drlve aad otbar raflldflntlal i^ita of Maabatlaa. Icatieod by the death of Representative <;i?,iiwiii. all thraa of the leadlng candt ,i,t, have pledged thenuelvea to w>rk for .mr amandmi nl ".loini a Petere, the nepubiiean candi? date, aopported aroman BUffrage BB Bp. iker of ibe Ifalne Houae, art w B, Pattangall, the Detnocnttc candidate, woman suffrage as a member of thi " ? ? l*H lalatura. B. K. . ence, tha 1 ttdate, la iffragtet, fi il t1'" r.ti ... .... . rty ? \Vh<n a sui . . :s.,r !?> t'.' late Uepre . . .' ..f M.,r\ 1 mai, ls ehoseti ti,.. ? .? . inl th,- , anspalgn, ,;,,? ... ... prtmarlai ln Maryland? for i f of '? i.'-'ii I, r th.- I.- ? ' ?' .;ii ba aenl to Balthnora and into the riir.il ? -.- ? ?The i ? ? ?? Ittea ls also IU ? tion ln the Ilt West Vlrglnia Diatrict, where a vacancjrla ? ? ? reati ? ; . md ln tha Ka ? y.,rk I'. tr, t. when tha ? ? . ? .ri-.-'- Har ? | CRUSADERS AT YONKERS ?Suffs" Hold Mecting in Getty Square?Due Here To-day. Mi - i riel .'? ??:.I r rt Jenrta, Blatch Da Kon t ol Near , york, . ruaadi ra of th. I u I cal 1'nioi era laal nlgbt on baeh t.. St *t _*ork after a . I... k tottl through < tranga, Sullivan land Weetcbeater countlea. Rool and Pankhurat, thelr naounta, d!d not hmk vary "militant." but My **ni hold OUl for the trip IntO this < Ity to-day. The cruaadera aill leave thr Oetty Houae, at Ifonkera, at I .loch thla morning At the clt) llne thej i tpect to bc mel hy an ? ?? ,i t ol mount. I : al Central 1'a.rk b" who wi - t thi rn t,. Madlaon Bquare it tiiok the cruaadera an hour to nnd ? ? aah for b permlt to meatlng In I k tty Bojuare last i.i. t Ha bad no p< rmlte, i-ut aald ha ao ild telei ! "??? ,: ' ! ef of Police Woirf. The Mayor, boarever, huatled away to tbe Damocratlc gathering thal dealgnated him aa a candidate for Mayor and forgot aii about tba i oll. '? cblaf and the auf fraateta Cotnmlaaloner Pletnlng of the Yonkers Publlc Bafety Departmenl Bnally araa found and gave the auffraglata a pen Miss Beatiice Brown and Ml i Roae Ban deraon, ol Men \"rk, Jofned them and ? ited ti.e i tu aupplemi nl the ar gumenta made before a crowd "f a thou aand peraona. HAS OWN TROUBLES NOW Wife Sucs Clerk of Domestic Relations Court. ii, nn P la* >?"? ':' rh of tbe Dotnai tle i;, | itiona Coui l arho ha ? Ustem d to the domeatlc troublea of more couplea proh .iiiv than an) other man In New fork, la belng sti.-ii for a dl' ? puty BherlS Lee aerved tbe aumroona on i.euis yee* t,-i.iay, the Brat dai Lewla waa baeh from hl ra. atlon Mrs Lewta mentloni aeveral unknown ajromen, tlm datea aa from Augual I t" ii, an.l the place as MaeAlllater'a Hotel at Hollanda, Long laland GIRL SPEEDER FINED $5 Says 15 Miles Is "Just l Crawl" for Her Racing C.ir. Miss St.-lla. \\ . rlngSl b I T, "f W'.o'lm. BB, Long ish.ri'i. who. although oniy nlne i..ii yeara old, drlvee a raclag autoaae btle aith ihe abandoa ol a Burman or a i,.. iviiiu.'.. waa bawfore Juatlce Bprague .'t Lawrence laal evantog lo eaplaln ?hy it took Motorcycle Patrolmari Kenyon threa naiaotaa and a raaa of a atdle o'"1 ? half lo catcta li'-r after ahe paaaed <i"?** n lha poaceful \iiiaK'- street two daya ago. Cttlaena wh.. _aw tba atari <>f tha race nnd aoateinnly avowed thal under the \<.iing woman s nuiiii'iilatioii her car left tha ground satlretj for atretebea of Bf taen nnd twenty yarda ,.t a tlme were on hand arben Mla Welnaartner. elad n ? fetrhlng automobile unlform, drove up in ironi <>f tht.irthouve, kicked home the brakea and bvpped out. Befora tho .luM cleared ahe v\..s ba-fore Justu-,? Bprague and gattlng a lectura <>n tbe evlla "i drlarlng a car faater than Bftaaa mllea an hour. **Why, ludge. Bfteen mlka an hour la simpiy a tiawi," proteeted the falr ait "Then you'll have to erawl." replied juatira Bprague, aternly, "or pay the pen a'-'-uh well. I 8U*pposai I'm guilty." Mlaa Welnsartner confoeaed, and th.- Justice ImuoMd a I'. Bne. Immedlatah thera waa another hltch. however, for tha priaoiier "came away in Buch .. hurry. Bhe aala, that ahe forsot to bring any money. Upon h-r promtae that rhe would pay in the morning she was p.rmitte.l lo g". and l.-ft town. burning Bp tho roaal ln tne dlrectlon of Woixlm. re, I IN 1 One-Sixth of City's Total En* rolment Must Stay Home or Roam Streets. BOARD IS NOT BLAMED Consolidation of Classes, Trans fer of Pupils and Utilization of Armories May Be Urged as Remedies. When tho fltaMIC ?ir-riools of New Tork cltv. whi.-h has Just .ontractfld to Bpflfld |2S0 000,000 f'.r siihways, opflfl next month 100,000 boya Htd pir'.*-. or one alxlh of thfl t..t;il rnro'iii-nt. x.lll ti*> oMIged lo Btay al botna or bo altowed to r*.am the Btrectfl bflcauaa enough nwney araa not proxiiii-i! t-? bultd Bcboolbouaea to ai-.-i->mm*.<lnte them There arlll br 'I1'""1 U per cenl rnort* >>f theae "part Umara.'' as the "st-hooii.ss" children ar*. called, than ther.* flrerfl laal reer, and ther* flrerfl aboflrl I i ?'? cent inotra then than thetrfl W**r<* ln 1011 Bvery irear In Beptember th** prlnctpala of the BChOOlfl tak.- B CfltrnflUfl of pupllfl who am c-roa*ded out of th?lr clflflfli-ooin* hut later oti thelr numb.r Is r**<lu.-*"l ? Httli hy **conflOlldflUonM or tho ?v?nlng up of th" lar-r** anl Bmall da?flfl The rtior moua and aleraya Indetennlnate groarthof populatlon In Uie areatar dty, ea*peclally i? Brooklyn flnd the Bronx. la refl-*ioi?.blfl for th.- dty*? inflhlllty to furntoh enough Sfrits to p-o arouad Th** Board of Efltfrnatfl voted IMOOata of oorporatfl fltoefc laal Jaly Ux ?*? Bf-flCttOII of BchoollMuaea That ought to hiilld thlrty modflMTl t.iitl-llriKS an'i houae eajam hoys flnd KirN ln th? fllflmflrntary .. I. ola fllona To pr*-pare the pUnfl, l?et them flnfl-flrovad and put uP the erhooi i.aaa r. gulrefl two yeara, Itoarever. an*i by tho tlrn** UM hulldlni**" are rradx- there wlll r-e at leaal JO.flOO more "part tttners." mflklng 11,001 in Hli. if th*. dty, for ln Btance, dedded Ihen to apend PO.000.000 more to put up Bfty more buiMlnKS to ac ,.,,??: -.. pupllfl, the ln.-r.ase In popul.it'..ui WOUld furnltxh at kflflt ?A0"O mora t.. claraor f..r flaata. it would take flfty new bulldlngfl aeatlnr* M00 each or ona hurn!rr,i arlth a eapadty of 1.000 each t,. grvfl fleaU to all the rhlldren who wlll bfl nr. part tlme n**xt month. The l'oarri of Kducatlon eariy laat f-um mer api olnt.d thrp?> memh?*rs to thi- <*om mlttec nn Part Tliae to atudy thla depior ,,!,;.. problem. John H. Haar**n. at present B tlng dty flUp. rltitendent, Dr, Willlam I* EtUnger, flflBOdatO superlntemlent and Miss Q| .. . Btrachaa, of Brookajra, are i! .? membera Mr. llaarrn ls chairman. an BXlMUettVfl InveatlKatlon laatlnaT immar the rommitt*-* arlll be ready to makfl a r< p'.rt to the board on Septem tM - 10 "Al! that ran be aald at thla tlme ls th.it xx.- an- pfrflflarfld to r?*i-ommeild an ? BOluUon ..f tbe flrbotfl probl.-m Ut !(.<* BZpendltUrfl >.f a slnule dollar abova whal wlll br ?..-t laMe froaa the .:,,!.. st.. i from Um* io Ume," said Mr. Haaren. '"There is to be ?*.> cHtldfloa ot th.) Board of Bdncatloa for alleged fudgmflBt I" tha locatlon of new ? lf." c.i!is..:tilatl.>n nf Clflflflflfl, transf.-r of pupllfl from aowded dlatrlctfl and the uUUaatton <>f armorlaa ind pubitc bulld? lngfl, !t is belteved, aill bo found among Un i. :i :i,. :..:.iiloi_ of the niiiimlttee. r. II J. -*n>Jer, Superlntondent of BehOOl Bulldlngfl, reports there wlll be OM ii. xx- bulldlag ami flddltion? to BflVflflal ,,|.| onefl ??:?.:.'! ln Manhattan next raOBth, Klxlntf UM nrw BOatlBgfl. Tho i r. nx xxiii K'-t aeata for UM flddlUonal pupllfl xxita ona now bulldlng an'i on.* ad* dlttoo, Iu Brooklyn Mfl more aeata wlll be provlded, i" addltion to the new Hush xxi. k Htgb BehOOl, ln ti..* Bflat New York BfltrUon. where overcrowdlng and part tlrn.. bavfl bflfln piavfllflnt Quflflaa arlll get no ln. n aaa RMbmond \xin got u new .. i.. s. .it ?.,. pupllfl Th? Bchool cenaua of 1011 Bhowed that Ifanhattaa bad M.0M on i",rl Uma, Brook* iMi I7J0C Th? Broaa Zhllt, Queena 1*200, and Rlchmond la. In addlUoa to I ' Brooklyn ln onfl hlKh acaool fllooe bad 7 .- "ii part tlmr, rnakinj,- th?- grand total for thfl dty ***.M7. aa Lncraaflfl of I B ..\. r 1011 Accordlng t.? Buperintendent Bnyder, i*-onatructlon work araa hamparvd thla x*-ai- by ? COngeflUon in the steel ln* dUfltry, the Ohlo Booda flnd tbe granlte cuttera* itiike, arhl h waa srtt'.oi lasl month. 'iii.- xxork of prapfliing Um plana and apedflflmUona for the thlrty or mora bulldinga th.it an- to bfl arected from tt..- I su.: of corporata atock laat month la golag flloag r.ipi.il>, hi- aaya GIRL WINS PLEA FOR DOG Government Lets Her Take Pet Into Yellowstone Park. Paroonfl, Kaa. auk 11. a Kanaafl pi ri and her pei dog, xxith tbe aaalatanca Of I'i .**?!.but Wilson, haxe brnk.ii BOWfl thfl fltricl rul? agalaat dogi beins par* mltted In JTeUowatone Natlona! Park. Miss Bthfll Probat *.f Paraoaa tacalvfld xxoi.i to-dfly trom tii*- Dflpartiaent of the Interlor that ber requeat to take her dOg l'aniil** In'.o tbfl park liud been ?-lanted, The glrl receaUy nrrotfl tx> ri. ideal tVUaon: "My father is mh.ii to lakfl thfl Hflfla* agembal Of a bOtfll Ifl Yrllowsti'iie Na? tional Park. Wfl haxe bfltn Informed th.it no dogfl in*- alloxxud in tho park conflnea Mr. rreahlent, x-ou don't knoxv how sorry I am to hear this 1 am <*ikIi tflflfl xt-ars old and our old dog laiinifx is tho Katne ax**. \\'** bflVfl nexer bflfln Bflparatfld, ami i cannot bear the thought ..i laaviag her bflhlnd, BtM i* rary ?M for a dog flnd WOUld "ot be ablo to h.inn any of the pai k anliuals " CITY HEALTHIER THIS YEAR Deaths for the Last Week Aggregate 1,324. DurlnK the week endul 4UgUal C3 there were UM deaths report.-d for the Clty of New York, wlth a rate of 12.00, af-ainst LSM deaths anil a rate of l.*!.J1 for th.- OflT r-*>spornllim' week of last year. Whlle there xxer.i fourteen more deaths than la*-t x.ar, there was a Bavin-j of thlrty-nine lives when the Inrrease In populatlon ls a<> COUntfld for. Th** mean t**nip.'iaturc for th<* last week was Ity degreen MgaMT than I during the jLorrespondlng xveek of last x ear. The death rate for the first thirty-four weeks of 191.1 xx-as 20 lower than that for the correspondlng perlod last year, the rates belng 14.46 and 14.66, respectively. NOW FOR WOMEN'S PARTHENON Louisa M. Alcott, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Clara Barton, Alice Stone Blackwell and Jane Addams Nominated as America's Great Five. "'? "^ VOTB for"w5miiT ?Why Not Build a Parthenon for Women?" Asks Senator Jones, Btatuee for women! Loud cheers from the suffragettes, who thought of it long ago and thoroughly ap prova They have started air. ady an ava lana*he of lettera to Senator Joaea, who made the auggeatlon In the Benate the Other day. He |nt*rOduead a blll Bettlng a.- de n apaee in tht> propoaad paaaa be tween the Capttol and tha Unlon station for tha placlng of atal ? ? - and rnenraorlala to woin.T). The Bpace wou'd be known as th'? ''Parthenon'1 temple of avomam l ator .loiies. who comt-s from the State of Washbigton, where women vote, la bi earnest about hla blll. and ha-, in-reover. the Bupport "f the suffrage Benatora from otht r stutcs. "it certalnly is time some publlc raa**og* niti'ii \a,.- made or tha earvlcaa of women to this country," aald Miss Harrlet May MUla, prealdent of lha Haw Vork Btate u/oaaan Buffrage 4aaoctotlon. "AU over thla country there ara BBonumenta to nam, who fOUght Indlanfl, or liritlsh, or rebels, but never a mamtlon of lha women arho helped them tight not oniy thoaa batties, but tho bardar eaae of hardahlp and dh> aaaa ln tha bullding up of a bbw country. Th.-re ls only one nonument to a woman ln the City of New York. That is the fountain erected In honor of Mra Joee* phlne Bhaw Loa '.1. foundaw af Ihe Woman'a MwnMpal League, which standa la the p'.i/.t Puhllc Uhrary." Admittiiig. then. that this la a perfectly aplendld Mea Of Senator Jont s, the Inter aatlng queetlon nrlaan, UThoae Btatuea ahall he placed Ib the women'B Pa-thenon'l A list of the tive grOBtBBt Auierlean aromen was aubmltted by Mlaa Martha Klafschken. of the Woman Suffrage party. They ara Louisa m. Aieoit. Har? rlet Deecher Bl wa, Clara Barton, Jane Addams and Aii. e Stone Blai kWOll. "Loulsa Alcott-bless her heart! She haa Bja/ea me more pleasure than any woman arho ever lived. The capaclty to giva pure pi.asure is certalnly an element of greatr naaa Miss Aleott. however, created Or new school of literature?tho wholesome, Btmple, j-ivenll.) stories whteh are pecul lar to Amerlca. I "Harrlet Bec-her fitotve, of courae, wonr1 her tltle BO greatness through 'UncleJ Tnm's CabbV and her fervle.es to emancl-' patl'iti. .'lara Barton, tho mother of tho Rad 'ross, gave moro than her life to her country; she gave the lives of thousandB of soldi.rs arho would have dled but for her. It aron't bo only tho votaa of auffra Blata that wlll give. Clara Barton a monu nient. It will be the votes of the wivea and daughters of those soldlers sho aaved. "Jane Adii-mis ls tho greatest womajV Uarlng ln Amer'.-a t"-day. l'erhaps thnre <-. a ,;uestion whether we should Inelude iho statues of Uving women ln our temple, bit sunly every one admlts that Jane Addams will be there cventually. "Now. for a euffragist. Wo muat have at least one in our li>t. Susan B. An? thony? M-m-yes. No. I'll aay Alice Btone Hla, k.i:. She ls the leadlng suffra gist to-day." Miss Kl.tts.chken'8 "great five" recelved tho approval of New Yorli sulfraglata, Bngly, wlll be scnt to Senator ln Washington, with the thanks of rh,- N-w forh sibt'-rs. The only opposition haard yestt.-rduy cama from Miss l'lora Oapen, who wlshed to auhatltuta susan B. | _y for Alioa Stone Black well. "It is easler to be a suffrai-ist to-day," ...I. -lt r.'iulred real heroism forty ago. Susan B. Anthony bucked up agalnat a mueh moro eenous proposit.on. Bba had n."re upponents ar.d almust no Bupportara>M ACRES OF SCALLOPS BUT AT WHAT COST Many Toothsome Dishes May Be Made from Them, Though Price Still Rules High. Siaiiop.s for flfflryhodyt Why is lt, arben thfl fact Ifl heralded th.it there aia flome thou?nda of acres of scallops Bomewbeia at tho bottom of th.- aaa b?ttw?eu Btock laland and vir ainla, that thfly ItUI ??"?-t around 70 centa a quart? Thla la an Interefltlng problem tO BOlVfc Bcallopfl for averybodyl A fine slogan f..r tba flaherman, but, alaa! iiuitc dtflap* polntlng to thfl bouaewlfa Beventy eenta is fl Btrong barrter between the oaa* Daily Bill of Fare. WEDNESDAY. HKiiAKi-'AsT- Muah melon, orflaaaai fiah, toaat, 11 ffaa LUNCHBON -Haahad potatoefl flrtth peppara, cheeea cakea, Jelly or asanna ladi. t< i. DINNER Lamb ahoulder aith braad crumb fltufBng, Uma bean . aquaah, cu cumbflr aalad, blanc man);.-, x*>::.. PICKLBO WATBRMBlaON. ? For a watermelon pli kle cover paded and allced xx.it. rnn-i.>ii rlnda xxitii brtna, uatni half a cupful of sait for Wflry txxo quarta ol water. Let the rlnda atand ln the brlM f..r twflnty-four bours. Then pn ayrup from a quart of vlnegar and three pounda of granulated augar. Bpioa thla ayrup witii ? UaMflepoonful of caflflta buda, a few ptflcee of flUck dnnamon and a uaapoonful of clovea i>et the pieo - of xx.U. ::n.-l..ii boil in the BPOCOd viu.-gar untll they bOCOOM tlansp.uent flttd ni.iy i... aadly plorced, but iio imt let them bol until thuk flnd gluey. Bottlfl them iu (mlt j.us.- (By rflqu?t from J- M. O.) ? > ONE HOUSEWIFE'S WAY. on thfl InflWfl Of tlu* dOflflt <l?or where bTOOBaB, dusters, fltC, BJflrfl httpt, thls 11st xx .is tackfld up : 1. Klllpty tvorp xxaste basket rr* r.v day Bmpty them on an OfJflB n.wspaper (and fold it up at on.**) la the room where it ?s_never ln OT flflflT the kttchflfl or dlnlng room. This prevents siatteiing of Bflflflll things aad saxes time and flflaflfgy. :'. ChflBgfl xs.it. r ln any xase of (loxxers ea.h day. Thls ls necessary for health. 3. When flWflOptng a rOOflfl BOfl/t la: dusty artlclflfl oii the bed. Du.*t first this hflflflfl that mUCh dust out of tlu- i.i after it la daaafld ami prev?nta the dust from Blftlng through the BWflflPlng dtHh underneath them on the bed. Cover them over well. 4. Never put brooms or feather dusters away before shaking them out well. Keep dust iioths claaa, 5. In setting furnlture from one room Into another for eleanlng don't put one pleee on top of another, and don't Jam them too flloflfl together. .Seratthes and mais eotaa more casily this way than ln a fopjra wear. 6. Never let a elgn of dirt remain on piano keys?don't wait for cleanlng day. anmer and the acallopa. but for thoae caetlng BaldB the barrier here are aome aoaJlop arays: Like the oyster, the loaa they are COOkad the plumper and more ti nder thi y are. One should alwaya waahj Bad drala them, as they are sold ln thelr own ll'pior, and. lf brought from a dta lanoa have rataer a strong flavor. They are dollclous aerved ln a cxeaxn sauce with B dash of sherry ln lt; and may be sent to the table ln lndivldual paatiy abelbBj or ln the eseallop ehella, Which COttM?real and lmltatlon?for that prarpotah or Just en masse ln a aexvlng dlah. w ;.en frled. they are beat rolled u> frtdlan meal, after belng seasoned. and browncd ln hot lard. But rreamed, brolled, frie.l or elmply Btewed. don't eook theaa long. 7^-? ". ' ' ' ? These llsts were r newed whenever they became aolled "r rumpied. a polnt waa mada In Bevar lettlag the list become too ? r the niald to remtinber. As any oaa lt. rn la the list became thoroug-hly part of tha mald*S procedure, this ltem was araaad from the bulletln and a new on-- was alded, lf nccessary. Wlth avery polnt an explanatlon waa giv.n to tho niald, if nocessary. Theaa llsta were a great aaurea ct com f, rt to the housewlfe who BBOd them. and although it may not be feasible for every one, it would not bo a great mistake to attempt BOBBOthlBg along these lines. la. tories and laboratori.-s make uae of ' such llsts?why BOt tha BaBBBOl NERVOUS CHILDREN. The educatlon and tralnlng af nervoua ehlldren offera a d-floult problem. From fjermany comaa a elalm that by a com Mnatloa of toachhag and aaedleal treat inent good results bava beOB ol.talned. A lady \ain. has the quallncatl ina Of both doctor and teacher h..s baaa very ?uc ceaaful in daallng with apeelBc casea. Her home lies ln the niidst of a great garden, and ln this qulet retreat noth? lng oeeura to etartle or exelte nerves that are easily disturt el. Taachlng la done aa much as poaalhla out of doors. ln summer the echolara wear BO stock hiKs or ahoaaa, aad they have full oppor? tunity of running ln a 1'ig rneadow, of playing tennis, and of practlatng ajyaa* na: ti.s By Dattently developlng and educatlng the ficulties. lt ts stated that much of the mleary of a nervous temperament, or e\en of a tendeney to weak lntellect la " \ iate.l- -I ?aily Telegraph. POPULAR ONE-DAY OUTINGS ATLANTIC CITY k HARD COAL NO SMOKE ' t-OMFORT TO MORROW Leave W. 2M St. 7.50 a.m. LeaveLiberty ijt.8 00 a.m. Leave Jackson Ave.. Jet> key City. 8.17 a.m.