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KS BAPTISM OF FIRE (pjovices from Mrs. Catt's Suf frage School Try Out Their Arguments in Parks. i/ETERANS NEAR AT HAND jried Speakers for "Cause" Rushed to the Front When ever Green Recruits Waver Under Massed Attack. With Pf ~ " ?'' rarrio Chapman Catt'a ?r, ? ? with a last reaoumllne: Bjamoniti^n from Prof*.-*sor Marjr Garrett ?a>' t? "UM >our common sen.se, gfrla," ?yith flnal Instructlons from Professor *A>at-i ? Forbea-Robertaon Unle on how |0 ma>." one'a vok-e carry into the next BJock without crackin-' lt. flfty-three ?oplla from the School for Suffrage florkera went forth to make thelr malden gf?eches ln flfty-throo city parka yester dav. The reet of the one hundred and fifty P ? w< r.t along to flell litorature nn.l | n? Il w?s "Park Day"?planned by t?. (offraglatfl for last Baturday, hwtpon* I ' ui of respect to the dead ex grutlve cf New York City. lt wai- a Mg ordra! foi th* I of whom are fr^m other and smaller pla es. "My knee* are Juat kno klng tegetber mgtb fi . l.t." tnurmurt'd a fair-haired -flrl from Houston. Tex., a* the aoapbox jjricat." .'-?.? rted out. "W-wili the aoapbcx hold me?" chat tared a plump woman from Ohlo. "Oh, p-pleaae don't make me- speak ln Jtew Tcrk." lmplored a fawn-eycd South ?rn fArl "1?I could rlo hetter at home. where I know the peo; le. and I'm aure Jci.n wouldn't appro\t, of my speakins; here"?. "Now, now," sald Mra. Catt reassur fll?!v. "The gTeatest spcakers baae fltac fr.i-iit before Fp^k'.i.c ln fa.'t, lf 0 apenker doesn't feel afrald IWoro he gi- ? - i showfl that she. or he. Ib not gr-at. ' The fifty-three perked up a bit st that BT.d went forth a trifle lesa reluctantly. were not unaheph* rded. Mra. Janipf Leefl I.aid^aw-, Mr? Marle Jeticfy How? Misfl Winona Marlia, M.ss Alberta B:'. Mlss Ellzabeth Frccman and many gtben of the experlenced apeakera for th- cau^e went along. One of theae ex pt-ts t?rk charge of each mo.!i];c, an.l Other txperta wl.isk'j from park f> park ln ? Bfl ipeaklng whcrever they we-e needejd?whk h araa every where? for few of the n.ivi^ea were Kood for BBore tlai five mltiutes. The experta wara alao aar.dy to ask questions. Whcnever a flr.a:>- voi ed citizcn from the erowd jell'-d out. "Aw, say. women votes ln Colorado. an' tl hild labor there"?the BOWlee ct ? gently l.t.i.- away irom tne aoapbox. leavli | i rt to stagger Ui*- hoarse-voiced citiz' n wlth Btatlatlca Tt.e meel lOCk lt: the a ;iiid la.-ted as long as aayaody [would list ? .. Blghteea parks ln fltanhattan, wer* Bg 1 . - .-;??.??. Beward ^Park. Battery Park and Columhva ' Ci . .-?.-? n ot t1 ? .'ered were ln Brooklyn, tne r .:nd and Thi Bronx. ... Ii puplls ^ al the Woman Buffrage party . ? strct. and I ? ?? irry was afraui I 6 p*t raaaalsh if i ca:r;- t*> a Buffrage i hool." contlded oae, .-iFta artn t maanlah. Why. 1 Wai i - ? ?? park to another aith - - L-eea Lakllav aaked could I Btop In at a certain toy t-'tore.' fh" had lefl her little pirl's dr.U. to be mended; John'a arm was ira^tur."i. and hii young niothtr thuught he was at the bospital. at.d w< ? ?"1 M ' " me t.'iat nlght Mrs. Uildlaw Went to tbe n<xt meeting with the mend < doll under her arm." Th* moal nctttag adaeeiluie the nov bad was when three young m^n, paffdng the be-bannered automnb1l<? ln Whlch they were ridltij,' up Fifth av.mi' flur.g Into thelr car a handful of YounR Men ? Chrlfltian Aflao<*latlea i amphiets ? tltled. "How Men Buceeed." vlth the Btroafly undTllned. MUSTNT DISCUSS 'SLAVES' .So Says Teacher to Fair Suf fragrists, but They Rebel. Touaa and Btatty BaaTraglatfl ***** aat ta-x - the whlte alave' queatlon la thelr apeech* - ' Bo i iiinr-lpal CSan ? Chaproan <"att of the Bchool for SuffraKe "Work* Tha polnt came up yestcrdav. when one ef the pupflfl aaked what abe should eay wher, -ome one ln tbe aodteaee at a . Btreet me-tlm; rall.rl out that there were l"w r<. in Denver, and aaked why the womer votera did not ahut thena up. ni put tr. a apeaker must be BBBwered." said Mrs Catt "but -jaee Bom relating to the 'whlte Blave1 traffk tfAoOM ;? ni way to cloai . not prolona lt This la ee I >e If 11^ M-ak. r Is yeuag and |rett> and all young tiyjfraglflta are Pretty. "There ia a feeling in the min*1s of moat *-?-*->opl?- tl.j-t a young v r.inan BbOUM not ln..w much aboul the aes aaeetton Meat giris. ,n the country. are knowlna moch ab.it ? 4 There ia a aenera) f? ellng that it ? - ce for th* i ? ? i ? '??? . "."t i'. anal aa aare**?heei >t;s i atl aboah bee m tho on*. haadiel an<i titty Bttptlfl b" f?>i?? her?"be >> .r*- thal : *.u will do no a?>o6 to the t-aus*- lf you laun< h into dla ? . ' traffl. . They an ; ..;ti'uiariy unasutud to atreet meet pra, with mlxed aedk-ncea ol taea and -**>nie:i trmii all ranka." i ad Bl* w;,\-- found .t anawared when audtencea d what ' olorado women had dotw t?. clean up moralfl ta rrf*-r to the w*>rk af Judge Llnd?ey In proteetkaj the young. A v oman fron i ? .. I e'd hke overy InqulrinK audlen-*fl t<> kaaa that th- women of i.er stat* iiad eeae Baaeh pupll ln th. room had Boiaethlng le t.-ii audl. nc . aii'l Mi- ( Bti a aa k "fl'.rdtl'.n had*. fair lo he foraattea ? ? ALLEGED BLACK HANDER HELD. p?4, te, tawarty-tht? yaara Ot<). an all*-K?'d inemhei ?.( a llij. k Hand ga g wah mr' flted Gonnan. Tl.- I t >"nt-i * arried fl iaz..r, and Maplstrat. i.'-ld him In fc.iOO Ball tor violating tlu- Sullivan law. Mar H Bpot where 11' writ?r of a Hla'k Hand letter liia^l ' UTected A. ftlhhla, a lcatl.er raa*oOBaat SMILING DAHLIA WINS NAME OF "tJEE-LIGHTED" Visitors to American Institute Fair See Latest Flower Developments. "riee-llghted: ' ls the welcome that groeta tha rhBtora to the atghty-aecrajid anruia.1 falr of u,e Amerlran InetltUte, Which opened at S o'clock last erenlng on the flfth flc.r of the Khgirwcring Boilg* Incr. No. 2T- t>> 33 WeaB BJth street. N'o. it waan't Colonel RoooeraH. it wa* only the neweat dahlia. named 'I>,e llghted," ln hls hnr.or. becauaa there is aoaiethlng ab ni the Bower, wlth lts rawa of whit. petala nke teeth, that retnlaala one af the- colonel'g arlda amlle it is al* moet as larpe as a n?ederate*al8ed chiyaanthetnum, tiu.s dahlia. which cornea from Californle and la ezhlhtted by -lohn LewLs Chlld. of Plowerfleld, i^mg laland Aaaong the priz.- ainnera were WlUlam J. Mathaaon. of Hunthagton, ixmg Itl* and. who reeetved $:.", f..i abowlng the baal collectlon ?.i tifty rarletiea of ilah ^<a-- H Darllngfon, ,.r Mamaronesk, S, Y., ahowed a Mk>- oollectlon, ao good that the jBtlgea touldn't cl. .1.1* whlcta n?.s boat, so they gav.- Mr. Darungton a 515 priee, too. Thoae dahltaa were Blngtea Charlea B Oall, ol Pati raon, N. J., gol a prlae lor a. coilection of twenty-flve vau-letiea, Wllllam aher. ot Baaea Fella, N. J George s BtHlman, ahowed aome ine pompon dahllaa, which won tirst pi a are John W. McXicoll, \ . i., nder Maekenste and Petpr Duff. Th? Bhow wlll be open i.ntii the evenlng ol Beptember 25. WANTS ARMY-RAISED BEEF Packer Says Soldier Cowboys Would Prevent Famine. Catoago, I it la the duty of the Unlted Btatea to st.,rk Ma Bxnrernmenl lands in the Wead wlth cattle, put the army to work as oowhoy. and BVpply the packcis wlth thls beef at eoet, so that the prlcea wiii he lowen I to tbe people, nnd a threatenod meat famine due ln slx or elghl reara i**ertedL aald A. M. Pubin. of Sam York. a to the American M< at Paehera' lat tion. to-daV. "I'i.'. >s ...:??. BVCh .o'tioi, ls taken there wlll be i>" raaal on th. tablcs of American worhlngmen li oezl 6 American houeewif* araa taken to task for waatlng meat A fourth pati of all the meat kllled for th- | .??:.- i vvast.d I'oor famlUea refuaa to be eemtent wlth ehu k and ronnd st.-aks. deaplte tbi that thea oaa he made oellcknia by i orreci OOOkhtg, end thi ~:-at Anv n< mi famlly of m,-a- ? i falla to prai momy In H john T. Roasell. preeldenl of the Ma Butchi ra' Ai Boclatlon I ea TOWERMAN WEEPS IM JAIL Asserts Innocence?Railroad Officials Begin Inquiry. Offleiais of th,- Long isi.ind RaUroad eetei i began an Inreatlgatlon of the hcadon eoUlaloii Monday of taro all-al trains on thr- WhlteatOBM hran- h of th. m'arhlch three employea of the road killed and siMv-hv. . b In Jured. They met in the BtatRm al I h-a. Meanwhlli Walter H Malae, the tower man. wh i was aald to hava -*tven a wrong i which ratiaed Ihe arreck, araa held without ball in tha Quaana Oountg Jaii. J. B. AuetJn, Jr.. penersl anperlnteitdefll of the railro.,.1. was ln d f tl* which was held behind ckaaed doora" Thr interataB Connneree Commlaalon a*aa repreeented at th-- heating bj A F 1'nffv, Joaeph Broarnlej aad Jamea ? Hawley, whlle tbe Puhlle -? mnBa* Bion of Near Tork an ? ented by i;. ?. Huti hi. aon and J I n eman, La ? ra Many aaapaoyea of tba road were rxamin-d. but It wa? BBld thal 00 an ItOUncefBOBl Of findings would he made ? ;. tll the toejulry araa oompleted roroner Alberl feV. Ambler, of College ? who ls in eharge of the Inre. tion for Querns County, Bxed Wedncedaj of nrxt week for hls heojrtng in the Jamaloa Town HalL John Mat;.- trall dispnteher. in eharge at Jamalea, yesterday Batd the .r'M.nt aiiaed by a rloUtloa of ruh Malae, the f'werman Be aald that it was the duty of Malae, when ba kamw the . traln araa aBIII on the atretch of aLngle track io ,-aii th<- offloa of the traln dlapatcher al J?amalea for ordera as to whethei he should loi the aaatboond traln . . ,. . be Bhould have heM op the easthouri'l tr.-.in untll he learned from the .ondu'-tor whethcr hc had ordera 10 ? ad. oag Malae'a Msitors at the Jaii m Laland City ytatoraaxa araa W te*. Mra i-ank Plerce, of No. 288 Weal S2d atreet, Manhattan Malae yeaterday tearfnlly BMorted lhat ha ira. nol ro* apooalbla for the eoniahan. The dortors aald yeaterday thal John TTa.kman, of WMteetone, who recelred an Injory to h!s splne in the <"]::->.n. may not recover. 11- is In th. 1 Inshmg BOB* prtaL Workmen yesterday hegafl the construc tion of two n.-w algnal aUtlotu aJoag the ime arhere the eotlkdoo occurretl PART TIME PLAN OPPOSED Pubiic Education Association Wants Five-Hour Day. The PnWk Kdueation AaaorlatUBi of th< City Of N'evv York has s-nt ni.inoianda to tbe meanbera of tha Board of aVlncatlon upon tha part time altnatlon ln the pubiic ? (joola In n.w- rorh Cltjr, In whi.^ tha edvantagee ef a tive-hour day for pupUa ol the tirst grade orer the praaent f<>ur h'.ur day are poMted out. The aaaoclatlon beHerea that the part time plan adrocated by the Board of Edu catlon hai been .'oir>pted under a BahBto prehi nsion. Th.- Baeorlatr*n aaBtea that "for first r, ,- tlaarr- now on part tirn.. whi- h al* BMintaln practlcany a foa^hoor day no BBaterlal ctaange effected, ex ,.?,,,' to ,.iovi.i. h douhle, rnther than a SJla, s-ssion. For Bral rear riaaaea on full Hme. which maintain a flv, ?., tbe propos-l Plan Wlll redliee the vhor.i day to fou, beura In mher words. Ignorlng Ihe change Ir. name. part "Sohttm been ellmlnated In the Brat grad* i , ^ | endlng " Ti,, efleociatkm argea n.e .rd to re* ,.,?;s,,rr the l.-olutl.u, ftOMOrd at its h.-t , h* Whk-h *' 'apiuoves of the ;;.?,,:.?? >.? -<*? , ?...,. Bchool day provldlng ;; i;;;.1,;;-.-j-*?* ,.,..,,.,,,-.'--.". r1''",';?;:'; , . k?a l,een ti.ed and full'r ternathre ptan haaM*aen^ rxi,,ri,I(,,. ' ii.f.rmation as tO P>-" ? eleewhera has been ohtalneo* WANTS PTV IXMWT AT LYONS. a U^nrglngthe ^J**?Z%< it,, favor th, lartanatio,, ef New York . i rn*t ..nol l i ort? .?"? "? ?*? ?':"' ':? . ... ... iwt, wi li-.hiiit.ona. Crona ? ? . ? I recelred yealerdaj' '"'" ., . . i f*ii E TO IOB LMNG COST Brocklyn Plans One, with Aid cf Long Island Road, and So Does Staten Island. _______ I EXPERIMENT PROVES MUCH Seeminor "Failure" a Great Suc cess-Closed Because of Lease -Manager May Be importcd to Continue the Work. Prooklyn may have the coat of potatoes and BPfllefl t'< ducil by one half before next wivter if th* p'.anp for a t'-rmlnal | markei in Long leland <Ity ara * arri.-d out by the Loilg lalfll? Kallioad. BtatBB Isl? and foik, with thelr usual drie progres* Btveaeea, ar.- plannlnt* to hiilld a simllax ' O-OfM r.itiv. :iiark<t Bl St OOOrge'fl t'Tr.v. P. North McLean, the leading aplrli la thr movpin* i;t. Bald lael nlght that a larc* nnmber of people had already sub Bcrlbed. Tl.>- Long Island Railroad ls und-.t'Oi \o have expnareed Ita wlllingneaa to erecl the type of terminal market deetred by thi 'Farm te i*iimii\" rmthaataata, The only thing in the waj la tbe laeh af aome 01 e ? ith --afflek nt ? ti iBto abtllty to or* - teh b mark* t and guarai 1 rallroad the Intereei on Ita money, t-ut man igi r of the Hous. wlvee' League "Farni to FBraily" experl ment Btation at \o. Kt Atlaatlc aaenue, aaya :t Ii belleved tbal aucfa a manager win be found. Thp Atlantlc avenup station ?a? opened 1 month ago i*s a fralt an.l vege tabic rtor* it was flnanced by William Church Oehom, the M<>?ieeerhTi 6* League ci\ Ing it ita name and petroaaga. tiip women of Platboah aad the fanaera of . lalai d i.t ;.t It rtutnlag. Seeming "Failure" Proved Much. tor* 1 ir.;. ?! terda I reply ini; to Inquti nlng Ita "ffl M Bruci ild h* ba I leaaed th* tor* fo- only oim montl waa rery well . w Ith 11 ?? re tulta bl hi.-* 1 \;.> rt* ment "We dido*1 ttll B'n our lt W;is smiplV ar. experlment" he said. "for, "f couree, nobedy woald bangi from thetr regular :,. ui j. t for ? ? They thought we arere a pen aai "Wo have learned ln one tr.? * 1:11? what w< wanted to know that lt la perfectly to flhlp ge ? Hy from the farm to tbe without the aid of COmmil ??nts <*r mlddjemen, We ? intelligontly . r.it. in an ni di rtaklag, ? - th. ir exp* nai - .-.t leaal ent I "We hnd tO mai ? the rule t! ..t ? should b* ? meant a he 1 '? "Ul.l order only ] on.'p In two daya, Inatead of h.-.if a d ? . ? erly did ever tbe t*!< !'h..nf "Tho . oat of d< Ili ? ? ??ii-"' j r< talli r li ? wl 1. ii maki l of food bo great. Been >f you go to t?.p | ? ? B tl y..u ; 1 h bi the peraon who is f. baae a m parate ? "Phyalcal dlfflcultl I are ln the way of conttnulng ihp market for th. ?? eflt of Brooklyn. Tbe pn leat q iei '? ra 1 ? oM \ flmple eaoagh far a penaaaent n*arket| ;*nd the eaat of trucfctng geodfl la gri iter than altrulstk taveetlgateia ean I ? Wants Co-operativo Association. "Even betti - tl an hai tag thi 1 ereet the building." Bald Mi Braee, -would be tbe ft rtnarioB ?' Mve market aaaoclation of prodaoera aad l ndet l New York Bt ' which 1 wai taetrumental bl ha ? d laat ainter - ui h ;> compaai oould 1.. formed, givfaag e ich eharel rote, ragardleai of boar mai ? TI.,. wo ild prevent Ita bt ink tr'.ii<-d by 1 few eapltaMata ?? h a * ? ? ? I .apltal ? would mean ." ?8 Bhan "l think wa could get eaoagh 1.1 tak" Bflarea lf we bad ;.n OTganlai r Probably v.<- ball have te v> I ? aglaad Th< y uaderataad tl om things ever there. They .1" " re-opem* tiv, baalaeBB of taB>.Baa.88l a reai jikI pay ? u por <ent pati Ideod, ta ad diti'.n to 1 per oeat Interaet ?. o-operatloa la really tbe enly aa r. .... * , f food, I.- eataaj II capl* ? j fhe market of COUTB* tl ? ' could r.Kuiate the prioofl in a ea-opera t ?*? eaterpriaa the people m I the beaefli la Olaagew the eajabaldera boM the aetawa ao Bgbl lba4 Ibej pay the rnafl nr\>r r.niy DI b week aalaryi Long laland aa Food Centre. "Tliaie ?'??? ' "il good |ito*iuitiv.. acrea in Loag isian-i Juat waltlng for 1 t,, ,,,,..n ap t**aaeportatloB and markei "acllltice, when tl.. y ? aald yii Id 18 - . worth ef f.1 ? rear Apptoa rot aa tbe treee in Long lalaad bacaaaa there is no market for I ? ??what New vmk needfl t- a ehala ol twcaty greei tenalnal marketa. with twe hundred ratal] BtOTOB in diffcT'nt BOCtlona ,.r the dty. laatead ef tbe SJN bbbbJI latall mefchaata we have to-day. the mark* t w..uld dnve thf small retaller** out of bustneas, but that ia ncver an argum'nt asalnst prog resa" Mr. Hruoe l.-t planning to approarh Mra K. H. Harrlman on th?- subject of ter j rr.inal marketii. as he haa heard bhe is | iiitercfltcd In the rost of 1i\dng problem. The lat st market quotationa at the More were: Kour-quart tiavket of pntatora.14c. Tao aaail floaflfl* of t'.rnatopis.w. <.n. .:..z..-ri ?am of corn... .?? TB bla ffl .*?? to ?*'? lettaw .t~~ ".v.c ffiBftfl <>f flwael -jeoaaflfla. Two qoarta <>f ?a* Bm*m. 'Iv... bunt-haa *'f i-arro'i. KgBP-M . ? ' ""' \t ltum-ri of oyswr planta.;J* K.'Ur-q.iart teUMmti ?. l-PPle* .;.f* Twe-ouaii b-ialwl nf pemelata."?,.'.',.? 1'eart of raatHlewer.'* lo ?_; Tw? noartfl of llara i?ana. , ... i_ .# _..... .i-*7. Haaket if gnpaa ,88c. l.v. ISc Twe aaarta a< Mrir.K aaaafl.'?. Thrw rammbefi ..'. ? Tl:r..- tmi-k >,<?!,>n? < ar-c..... Flt ? muskmeloni .>niaiii lu>k. < r.t ? hit* onlonn. Tio i|?ui baakei af aaa* BUFF AND BLUE WIN Erasmus Hall High SchooUStu dent Body Elects Officers. The tbirty-etx hundred atodenta ef Eraamua Hall Hiph School. Brooklyn, bald eleetiona yeeterday to detenaine who should head their gencra' oi-geBtaa tlon for the oomtag term. To sa\, Magte trate Bteera and those dolag bualneeB at the Flatbosh poUca .ourt from belng dl> t irbed, f'rmnpal Gunniaon refttaed to i>er rnit -deetloneertag under tbe archway la Platbueh avenue. There wer< two tickets in tli<> field. The TtufT and Blue eaadMataa were: Jamee . f,.r preatdaat; BMaaheth Haat for -*jce-pi**rfdent and blarloa Baaeett, for s.... i. tnry. Tbe Red, Whlte End Blue eaarJMatee were: McKemde Wllllama, fer preaident; ii,;. n Roberta, for rice preetdenl, and Imbelle Baaeett ior Beeretary. The rat* Ing began at tbe flooa reeeea and the returai were Baaeeaeed late la the afternoon The Baff aad Nae ttekei waa by .. narrea inargab, there beaal leea than three boadred \otca baiaraea any ef th*. aadldatea. WIFE DIVORCES C. J. QUINN Granddaughter of Mark Hop kins Charges Cruelty. I ,, aa, ,,,, ,., o, s.: t .: Mabel Hoi Quinn, granddaughter ef Ihe late Mark iir.rUin . a ptoneer rallroad bulldei and ler of the Mark Hepfctna Art in-ti tutp la thla . Ity, ebtalaed a dlvi rea te-daj r,,..,, , i Qotnn. ;* LoulmrOle turf Tbe - harge araa extn rae cruelty Jooephlne B Hopklna, metber of -_ Quinn wai her corroboratlng w.t The defendant was net repreeented Tl.uplo were married ln tMs dty ln t tlie ? aa Of tbi Hopkln" llTed :n N'-w Vork untll .,srn ?-? CONFERENCE ON CHURCH ISSUES \ eooferen ? bb vttal Iflaaaa wtthtn tbe pai Church wtll be held October ;?. i ;, in the charck ?f st Mark'a-ta Ihe-Bouwerte, New v-.rk Cltf*. Tbe refav of the < ? ch to ao* taitflta, chfl ? , ,.-. the Btatua ot women , : many t indami ntalfl of . -j will . om? un ioi dlec laalon a RADIUM ;; REMARKABLE WORK Encouraging Results in Treating Malisnant Growths. ? .- | n Robei t Abba'fl ? ? ? ? ? i ? p..rt ofl the rooouraglBi reealta from the u.-c of radlum ln n.e uaataaefll ef vflHaaa ? ? ? rjeereji I ; uritirik- in Thp Amerlcan 1'i.n?titi-.ti. r " taUa pf son** of lus aae . gaaal groartha I t. i ??? .ii aajfl . | |n * !?" I. th- *-kin ls MM ? ? i gtvo e?'x\ reealta, the . | iracter oi tbe dleeeee, af eoaree, bemg ..r. rrtaag ihe mucoue ? > ? moatb do n?t aa a rale do weH Thi tongue helonge to the doubt* tui Ust tboagb l hflve obtained oae good r<-iiit in an ulcer ef the tengae at'par ontly r-pitbeUeiBateufl The ktrjma la ua* certain Om e*ue ef funKatins ?j>ithp r.f tbe Pnlnk' niPinhraiip of tlie n*..sp InvolVlng BB ;>la. ni.*d?- a rnnark ... ?, ? ? '. pithelioma affecting the . ? an.l miijii* t:\a <nd exooedlngly well fthl Ifl two 4-ast-s *>f lupus vulgarifl of tin faee aad noee tbe n tlafactery, bal arbetber they BrtW i ..- t >.t i bib Bflaalo to aaj Rodi nt ulit-rr. ln my hatids OOCOlTlag la . j.-r-fii4 ha\e not douc w?ll. hut . : . ogi t they have deaa bi tt* r, bat th* curee have not beea ao rapid as 1 v ;*?- Ip.1 le hop. "I;i a rar-e of osteosarcoma Bf tha bfl murua i apppar le have eNabied aa bb> tontahlngly food reeolt The s.itn*. re n.;.rk appUee to one of myoloid sar.-oma ,,f thp lower Jaw-. hut too short a UBM haa ?lapaeil t>. ?.<? vara ef a tin^j resuit to juHtifv orip in pabHaatflg dptaiia. Tflber . ular glandfl in children ajaaaaaar raptdly i wtth rdeaty of aereeatng materlai Ia my (as.s the jlandBlar en . nta were ef reeaaf Browth Te sum up i bellevei an thp roaull ef my peiaonal experteaoe, that radlam la b therapeutle agent ef peruaaaeat vaiup and thal Ita UBB aill prow and extend aa we BOt further BXporlOBOfl and as a l.irKpr quantity beeowea aVHiiai.ie at a reduoed prlea I am ooavtoeed that tt will bbiuo tlmea effeet a eare where X-raye fall be oaaaa *>f Ita greeter peaetaatlag pawar, I pf lts peeUlMV lnharent i,ualltl*-a aad beeaaee ef thr hm*; perleda Jarlna whleh it eaa b.. u?.cd without lajary to the --kln " PRODIGAL SONS, BEWARE! NO MORE FATTED CALF Meat Prices Will Continue to Soar, Say Packers?What We May Have to Use as Substitutes. Will the modern prodir.il BOtJ <ver re? turn when he knows Ihat ln will br- r? galed wlth a feetlTe bean loaf r.r a n".t aalad, Inetead i,f the su.-.uUiii fatted .aif.' raa, th.-.t s tie fate m Btore for him. for fatted caleea are gotng out, and ,-ve.. emonf Ihe "beel famlhear* i ?eldom aeen any ar-ere md..d. II one ? i,, beHer/c tha. AnMYtcan Meal Packei*' A>:o, ..tion. now BOaiamhlaal ln eewOCB* tfcm ln Chleago a I???? fateah arlll aooa be as extravaaunt :, U.x-.irv as I |.-., aatffa'8 diet af pearla ajaaelaail i" vm.-cai Wlthln ti,.- nexl few jreara ateab will be n I. poemd, at kaaet aBd after that* w.ii after th..i tha ??oral p?hlfc arlll probably bara f-.r^.t'en arhal II ta* ag Mke and won't even mn-" H Th.--. wiii be aoaalaglng on tflabea Uko tbe foiiow?ng. wi.hh re lauuniinaaiil to all far aeeaag ho.s.wive* wi.o areeh to be r-jady tor the .."'.'' famine \TT I'l'TI/l'TS -*Bta 88884 88 of gromul ,,,'ms (piivi beraet* and BraatD, te-eooaaaa ??,-?,. ,hree.,nd B hall 04818008 ******* u,in,-,s brown bread, a Bfll aad a hai nBlh rtoclt, two . kk* 88M BbbbBbbbM i parslev, on? tablespootifiil tomato saue-, browalac aaeoonlng Maj-'gi's raaajteMe iiBounce. drled bread uumha. plaaaaan Method: Wtuth the pfeaa k-n.ls thor oughly in boOIng arader, aag paaa theta with the Braatl nuta twi.-e throogb a lae mln.-er or nut mlll: boll the onton for a rew ininut.s. then drala lt and min--.- It M.-II two oun.-.s of l.utt.r in an 0884lh t paa nnd fiy tha 86UOB and nut.- |anttg for t<:i minute-. stiriinK fre.pien.ly to prevenl the eauon freea beg^oaalng too brown POI thO brown bniid. sleved. I.i.o ii Boueeaaan with ihe nnik sto< k, end str over the ilre untll n thick paate la fornied, Ih.n add OfM and a half 088*888 Of bat* ter. pound ln a m-rtar for flve mlnut.s end pul itidde r,n a aaatte. Ti.rn the Wed n,its and onlon luto Ihe mortar and ponn.l w.li. then add ihe brend paate by degroea ipotindlng BteadUy eJl the time.. and ajhen 11 ,. thoro.Mhiv Duxed arlth the iwta s.-ason wllh BBJi tre*hlv Kroi.nd bla. B p.pper and BUtaaeg. BBO ^ -? ,he >'arB kry ...rnato BBBBia, ona. 08BJ (not beateni. ?uflli i.-,.t bioarnlng to color the mixtiir and a ft*w drop* of hUggTa ??""" Dl* v.,|.. tbi mixtu.e on a floured board and form It Into neat cutlet.*; dip them Into baaten agg, cover ihickiy artta eiwha BDd plasmon powder li" ?ft* rr"Por" thBBBk and after allowln* time for the agg ta.fr? f.y the an-tJete am* a^rree them uitl, frl.d bananaa or any aull.ble vege-1 tahle. ON POIRET LTXES. lB>- courteay of J- M. Glddlna a Co., from a drawln* by P*vd Polret ) PARROT IS POIRET'S IDEAL I Splendid Color and Simple Line the Foundalion of Smartness? Immorality and Practicability Don't Count, says Paris Fashion Maker*. The pairot la the mM< iecordi.rg to . fniverslty In accordanefl wlth hls plan M Paul .Miret. ,.,. ereatoi of the mliiaret of rttjdylng A-nertcaa womee and faeh* loi [? -.t haa rteited th- newlj en ,,- i bobble ahirta, who bad a mornlngI im-ge-j departmenl devoted lo the dlaplay at the Ptasa yeateiday for mr-*ortera ar.a of *???t"f?0WM "*??*? ?* R A!,',,a!' fash.'.n writera. I ii.fi tn.- parrai arlth slmplp llne*." nHi.i i'l.ii'i t. ' to tbe overdecorated K"?n covorod over with rafflea, peaaipera aad ?Ten lf i acb detail !"' a marvi i Thi huh'- of the gown is t ?.. furtx low." Eater Mbm P ?ln t, tatrodueed aa "my b.-st model Ihe won Meh ex aetlj ? Kprn aeed i - Ideaa ahout dotbei it wai ilmple "f an amaalnl wlth a round h-.le for the head to s<> through, lrj.m Bhouldera t.> aUppera, arlth LOoee ?loovee it waa ?.f oyst*?: rory thlck and .?t Hada only ornameal waa a i.4ri--? peaii I neek with a ?. ,\ green cord aad laaael Mpr little aattn flllpp* ' I the green eord. . the amall l aneeth wblcb paepcd oaly a wei carl or tv>.. ..f dark tr.tw?i ball Potret ' ? I BaedeP' ia aiim aad takea naturally to thp "lampahada ?loocb" Hei oflve attn la gutltleaa ol raugl Aft.r amiluiK at the BBsemMage aad ptrooettlng ahout to Hhow <.rr the ? ?. af hei ? ?' ? madBBia aank 1 ishiv upon the ptle ef i rp* I.n and uo\,\ cuabioni In the corner beeide Ihe ? ?BB and the I I nri nl.la. ? ; bave t?<> prlm Iph ?-." cootiauad bbob tfa.n n for the greateet alm* plldtj mj Weal is the gowa of gotdea , dt. rta wttl ? di. ? .''??' and Ihe :. for the one i- raonal touch wblchi gown Into tha coatume. ln the cootum* which htme Foiret le I the Impleet aad ... ,,,.. poraonai decoratlve toai b, the peari ?Th- woman ahould cbeeee her ror>e juet m rou (turnlng te a blUahlng male ? Jour' . to met* ? ? *?l Tbe rot.e J matchea tha mood, thp immor of thp, wearei aleo, tbe temperatara, the laad-j 4. j.. ?>. bour "f tbe day, tb.?aaleB. Tho rabe I thi expreaoion of a state or j .... rof Ufe, eataatro* .... gawaa that woep, gowne that are fall *.f rayati ?? a : goe na t * tbe Bfth aet " |f. Polrel I "pn BolriK about flln.-e ha arrived ln New Terh Btudylag Ihe Amerlcan woman and ti.p oray ehe weaia his modefai He Bflda aflaa Ham York ,.Mr., iclj imart aad "well eeoatrocted \ . riean ladk a doo'l look f.?t. Tea <iii! wear any orlglaal model that ploaeea yott," sald he "I am BUrprlBed t<> aee 4, -oany amarl womea. Tbe only criti )lMI) [ havi nr taata in eetont whleh is not alarajra bb - Aaked by a Loud choraa lf he approved of the Bncoreeted Bgure ea aii eeeaateaa, bo aai i ? ? rtalaly not "They muot wear coraata when they are f;it." aald hp -Whal Bhoal tbe slit eklrt -d.. you think it eaeouiagea baiaarallty'r*' waa the n.xt i|'i. -tion MoriMcur reo.uired the as fllatancfl ol th*- mt. rpreter al this peial ,,1.4,, of the reporten te ? Bplaan tbe sum iiier's exdtetfleat I ??I AoB'l carB arlth imuiornlity." sald I'olret. N.ith.r deea ba eare with pra.ti<ar.ii itv. pitior. it dev* koped. ??Tpii yeare ago, whea I laveBted the ticht skirt." be Bald, 'the women Bald: ?i.ti. it lea'l practieal Ifa qalta Bbaord.' Now averybedy weara It -A few dajra ^o i bad ray raaaiklna tn en Bmaa ef thi old full skirts. They fouad it uapcaalble to war.-.: v*t if that Biede comee t.a.-k it win Bgalfl ta praetleal ah, I Had women v, ,v illoglcl They artab to have aome 1111111* new aii th*. tlma, t<> be in the mode. rei when oup createa the naw nunie they aaj; *Ob, aa; thal is qulte ahaard. We eaa't wear lt ' Two inonths lattr th-y wrar it as a BBattCT of LOUIOO." I'olret isn't BUra \>h.it tbe t','v-t rnode wiii i.p. ii? uaver eaa tell whea it arillj hit him lt tomea t<> him as an Inspira- i tivii eemaa t.> th.- paet -unprfltoodltatod. | Certaialy, bowever, it aH be orientai. i?e- j caus. the eyee of tho Brerld are upea tbe Kaat to-day. and, Pai"isi.-n MM 1><tag IhB moot "aenalMe" (af ooaraa, he maaat aea attlvi'. people redect la their uress the w< rld'a mtereeta ?\\ h>n Bonaaarte was la Bgjrpt" be ex ptataed, "the ladlea "i Parla wore tur baaa IVbaa he waa la Italy the Peea peHaa atyle booame tha mode. Mana <ie TaUtev. arere oaaauaaea BaeaaUed aft*r the Etruecan aad rawiaalbiw Th.' whole Dt* laeteire peried waa infiuenced by itui>. Wben Napoieon in was ln Algieaa the l'ren. h women took up thfl fishion of larga atriped Bbawla. To-day tbe Rbbbb Japenaaa war has hr. raght the eyes of the world to the Orient. The old art of ?'hinal ls the rhiiiK in I'arls to-day. lt will he' influ.-nt iii.i.n UM BBB) stvles." M I'olret will glVO B prtvate vlew of hla pieturea ,to-morrow evening at the I'laza, Hnd later will lecture at folumbla MANIKINS, IN NEW MODES, CHARM HOST OF SHOPPERS Abrahara & Straus's Display of Latest Styles Proves Mag net in Brooklyn Store. ,\ crowd of Intereatod apactatora looked on aii day yearterday whlle *erenty-Brel manUdna waarlng the neareoi gslraenta ,,n i hata, bb pped thelr way akrwly oeer the long llnen path that wound in and out on tha aecond fl.mr of th.- Abraham & gtraua atera m Fulton atreet Urooklyn. .. Q th. < ustom of thls flrm to bB* patrons at th'- b.-gnining of each aeaaon to a simliar display of tha Batweag ead i "st authorltatlea atylea Hut this aeaaon, Jijdglhg from the remarks of th-) onlooki yeaterday', the dkaptay ls mor? ?ate than BTOT The long line of tnodels made lt-< way along the pelflB and Bower decorated patn flrat 'ii mornhu dreaoea, aufeta and hata th. n In afternoon and etenlag Iroi ks an-i wrapa a great many of the ftm 1, it- w.rc freeb from aotne arell known Partetan ateUer; otb ra arera reproduc tiona of Preneh derdgna All the atyle teatureo of the aeaanu were well repretented the aouave .-kirt. tunlca, ered or/ersMrta, rieii tombuiatlone of fur and lai .-. and the smart bbjcg and whlte I S-jine frock* were draped up ln fronl to accen! , ,;.. i "natural OgBre''i others had that neweal of dra;,tK-3 all 10 the back to louk like the old-fi oatle. There arera ererung arrapa af veivet. baaded neta arocadaa and pluah; repUcaa v. irti fur. after PaQUlft, l-'ra... is. iht-rult. etc., le.eptlon and even lng goarna made by Malot Valaatere; bata by Oeorgette, LeaBa, Varon and Hcboux; Blany data Ing frocka faahloned after th? celebrated l'oiret "mtnaret" oua-tunae arlth B Wlred lampshade ttUatC, and there were for tha youngeet ehlldren dalnty and praetlcal oreaae* from Llna Mouton, and UM Mai-.n Tairv land. Even th. Juvenile mllltnery la reniarkable for its Baaottment af bnporti d bata and bonneta The ihildren:. party frocka were lnter esting One wa* of plnk bematltched/ chtffon ln three aceordlon pleated flouncee, with a Krench front of net and lae* aad a low glrdle of eatln rlbbon. Another Whlte thlffon model waa box-pleated. showlng a return to fuller eklrta. NoveP as lt was becomlng was a dre*? of Bur gundy velveteen, ehowlng o deep full hlcase of *cru batiste and a low rlbbon girdle. The exhlbltlon wlll contlnue to-day: the promenade, starts lr. the mornlng at 10' O'l lock and ln the afternoon at 2. SHUN MRS. PANKHURST Pennsylvania and *Wisconsin( Suffragists to Avoid Her. [Pv Telegraph to The Tribune.1 Phlladelphia, Sept. 23.?Dpposition to i 1ti\ itn.tr Mrs. Kmmeline Paakhur8t toj Pennsylvania exists among the suffragiBtB Of the state. Member* of the Co'incil of tel| bla Suffragists thlnk it would be ? for "th.- ,-aus.-' if she "dld not *tei foot ecroaa the state line. Mrs. Frank M. Roeeetng. of Pttteburgh. presi tbi Penneylvanla woman >uf frage Aaaoctation, dectarea there will ba n0 -,.. Mra. Pankhuret by tha iiion. ' Bl Tell iraph te The Trlhune.l Milwaik-e. Sept. 23.?No weleome for Mrs. Pankhursi is 80888] planned m th.fl city. Leadmg suffragists say they are opposed to h?-r methoda - m -' Daily Bill of Fare. THURSDAY. BRKAXFABT. Tears. tr-alloped ham and POUtOOO, toaat. coffee I.I'.N'i HIJ pN.? "yster crlmps, *Hce<l rjeaebea and b.manas wlth cream. wafera, tej. DINMSB ?l.amp etew **rith dumpllnga, baked tomatoes. equash, creamed carrota. ttme Jelly wlth wine. coffee. OYSTER CRIMPS.?llave at hand aome large scallop shells such a* come for bak Ing purposes Ra* the Inslde surface of ,a. li wlth bBttOT and line them wlth ttUUBbOd whlte potatoes. K1U the centre Of each wlth a few oysters and add a ttny phttch of cayenne. Pour over the suifare a little melted butter axnd *prlnkJe the top with powdered hread crumbs, then put the crlmps Into the oven to brown. 1.1 MK JELLY WgTH WINE.-Hare ready the juice of two llmes. half a cup fUl Of wlt e. one cupful of eugar. two cup fuls of boillng water. half a cupfui of cold WOter ond half a box of gelatlne. or ,-nough of onf'^ favorite brand to eUffea the Jelly. Prepare ln the aame way that lemon Jelly ls prepared. Aftd the wina, after the mixture has cooled. 6erve wlth cream. The Whole Problem of Dress?the Problem of Corset Every Avoman, what evcr her sizc, may possess the graceful lines and elastic poise of youth, by wearing the Warner's Rust Proof modeldesigned forherspecial type of figure. There is no better fitting or better wearing corset made. A Warner's must shape fashionably. must fit com fortably. and must wear longer than any other corset. 4 EVERY PAIR GUARANTEED Not to Rust, Break or Tear Sold Every where $100 to $8??