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1Y WORK FOR FO Sl Much Cash Is Gathered in Office Buildings by Mrs. Fack ler's Busv Band. NEW IDEAS ARE WANTED Women's Good Government League Has Day of Oratory in Republican Club?Marks for Appeal Board. Iv,,, org latlonf Ol women are work hn Purroy mu._el aad iv. While the for (Jood Oae* , oratory at ? re* thfl Rep ibllcan Cluh, No. H Weal loth atreet, thlrt) other women. marshall. .1 bj Mis Fannl* T. tht hler, ? ? atartlng out from the Mitchel ;,rtcrs. Ko. ::'.'? Breadway. ? tor the caao*palg?< Mis. Packler'fl Btunt was a kind of an 1: door tag day. K-membering how the ?a *)f Ua Progreeaive party who tried to h;.ve a tag daj ln Jhe Preatdeatlal | . last fall were stopped by orders from City Hall. Mra rVchler armed ht-r young women arltb a circular lctw- to ind auparlntendeata of hu.idings . ted them to use their wiks - insde revoh ir.g doors and not ? o: them. Bach young woman ? i a M^t-: el eo-ectlon hox. and so ble arere tlu auperlntendenta of the llnjrfl thev vlalted thal thev collected. Mn Faekler aald, a ?ooUiy sum. Bha ceuldn't tell how much, becauaa it was )?? ked away hv th* Mitchel beaguea as ame ln. Dl home to the McAlpirI Hotel after It was all over to think up a i .r money ralaing atunt for to-day. Bbe tbe Mltchel Leaguea had asked her at work coUecting lunda for good gov. riiiiu'tit, and she planued a rl? tor each twenty-four hours tlll Election Day. The Women's I-usioi. ? araa anxious to get in toucb with Mn Packler yeaterday, but it didn't aue* ? Tbfl reeeptloa at the Repuhlican v'lub fllled the big front room on the second ' ui the platform were Mrs. John Mltchel, Mra Charlee Whit? man. M:s J. Jjord* ii Harrlman. Mis. John l'rancis Yawgei, Mi*s l'lmence Cuernsey, Miss Ann.- Rhod*s and MlM Helen Vatkk U Th*' one mere man was Marcua M. Marks. candidate foi I'nsldcnt of M.n Bupported by the encouiaclng ty* Ot Mis Matks, wlio BBt near the rm, Mr. Marhfl nobly overcame hls Ifl in the prOBtnOfl of so much and toll all about what he would gaj if they'd iast their Influence for hlm sml got blm elected He won his audi b] proaalalag to work for a griev ? board to whlch every municipal em jlove who had or thought he had a grlev 'mght appeal "That is good." Mra Ralph Trautnu? told Mr. Marks. Had such B board ex 8 fr vv years ago Mr Uaynor's llfe In'l have been aaci*_a*ed if the rr-.an dallagher could have gone to some d and poored OUt his feelings when ? is dropped from the city payroll :'.st?ad Of broodlng over it in secret. he wouldn't have 1?come Insane. It's a great thlnq; to I'f allovvl to tell jour troubles. and if the fusionlsts will creatfl a board of officlal li.-teneis thelr ticket shouid be ? i." Mrs. Harrhnaa mada a speeeh. teiiing tb. 11..aid of Bet?natfl haal cut down the d*ath rate by fl_B?Ing It posslble to ?etabltea mllk atatlona Mlaa Boawcll pra* ridfd Mrs Louifl Manley an'l other women of the West Knd IVmn ins Republlcan Club arere boateaaaa f. \"hh Veehtea Olcott, dent of the Republlcan J'luh. made telling the women that hv at trndiiiK Ihi ' ? ihey Wer* BhOWtng "the kind of political Influt-nce that MRS. HAINES MUST WAIT Divorce Refused Auto Man's Wife Till He Is Heard. !: tfl The Trtbune. | .. r -jj Beeauae JudJre Monroe dld n<d like the gound of har itory to-day, a divorce waa refused Mra Maybelle Mallma, wife of F. Ar? thur Haynea, an offlclal of ?n automo any la New York, until the court could wmmunlcate nith the hus? band Mr.- Hainea teatlfled she waa pul rd a train in New Vork by her haaband, atarte_ Weat and told not to v*r:'. or CO?imunlcate with hitn for months. If at the ond of that ihe arlahed t<* ? ume ba*-k she oould hi iaid, but he refused to accept her agaln. aha teati-od. The court wlthheld Judgmenl until the depoatttoa of Haln. s < *>uld \*> taken. SON DROWNS: MOTHER SAFE Woman's Rescue Leap Into Water Proves in Vain. Tfllflgrepb to 1 he Trlbun* I , N. V, oct :* A mothe . see ing her four-year-*ild hoy drowning. jumped into the rlver aJ Rockland I.ake to-dav to aare hlm. She reached the Bnd Claaped him to her breast Betk sank fmm sight. and two men bre icht them to shore The woman was not in dancer when reseued. hut all ef? forts to save ber son falled The boy, Stephen S*iuas. was playing lt the dOCb with some other chiidren. H< graaped Jhe strlnRpiece and leatud over th* water and. losing his balance. fell Sr teams brought the mother to the eeene. and as her son reappeared on the surface she rr]?d loudly and leaped after htm ?-? CELEBRATE TIN WEDDING Commodore and Mrs. Smithers Enter tain with Dinner and Ball. ''fiinmodore Charles Smithers. of the _archmont Va**ht C??? and Mrs. Smlth en rglabiated last night thelr tln wed? ding anniversary wlth a large dlnner and bnl'. at the Gedney Farm Hotel. ln "Vl.ltg Plain* There arere hfty guests for dln? ner and Ul more * ame for the dancing, whlch started at U> o'clock. Dlnner was teretd ln tbe grlll room, whlch waa deco iaJ"d wlth ehrysanthemurne. A rotlllon wai danced by Ollver Harri man aii] Mt- Bmlthera After ihe <-*>tii ?on Mipper was served ln the main dining; reorn New Vork and I.*>iig Island ao *leljy wan well repreeented, more than orty gueati l*elni, entertalned at the lio ?** by the commodore. MAY LESLIE, MITCHEL TAG GIRL "BHE" IN GRAPEJUICE I. P. 0. FED I. C. I. U. Scme "Obscure and DepravecT Persons Tampered with Suf fragists" Refreshments. "STICK" SOON DETECTED And Then Uncontaminatcd Bev erage was Sipped as Praises of English Militants Were Sung. lt was grape julce, yes but?um' Wha1 gave it thal come-egaln lite. that uaae* cuetomed rellih. Tl.e international hends of the Woman's Christian Temp' rnnce I'nion. cn.wicl heads. so to gpeak, from Kngland, Aus tralla, New Zealand, Canada and ti.e Unlted States, were gathered as guest last night at the headquarteri of the Womcn'l Political I'nlor:, nt No. II Wefll 4.d stre< t. P.hetoric was broa. hed early and flnw'd freely. and later. along with refreshments, the grape Julce wai fa;.;,,,] There had been conslderahle heeitancy amang thfl officials of the Woman's Chris? tian Temperance I'nion befOTfl they ar eepted the Invltation of an organizatlon that had entertained tlie chleftalness of the Kngllsh militants. but when th*v were assured thelr preaeiMfl would not place them on re ord as appTOVblg "f plllage and rapine thev came. only 10 I ? regaled with potatkma lmpregnatid with an insidious aleohollc st;. k It must be stated in all fairtMflfl tO tiie hostesses of the occasion that the - wa.- not th.-r. l.v concerted acUon of th.ir organtaatioa On thi contrary, the instant the insidious lngrerlient was <!? tected the bonorabli boeteieti were as Indlgnant as the guests, and it was efltab* Ushed beyond all pooMbll .avll that the objecUonabli la.-ing ln thi grapejtneo flrai due to fl plot Of persons unknown and preaumably as obscure as th.-v were <ie praved. a carboy af uncontamlnated Julce was orened and all thought of the slight mis chancfl was soon effaced. The militancy of th<- Knglish suffraglsts was the , liief topic of rli.s. ussioti. "Woman suffrage was dead as a door naii in Bngland," deelared Miss garankie Cameron, vlco-pcealdonl of the Woman'a Christian Temperance I'nion of Bngland. "The militants rev ive.I it wlo-n nothirig else eould. The National l.'nion of Kng lish Constitutional Suffraglsts flCCOm* plished very little. No one can help ad mlling the splendid courag! and indom Itable spirit of the militants " Mis Harriot Stanton lilatch explamed that American nillltan.-y went no further than the adoption by the Woman's Polit? ical UnlOB of the colors of the Bflgllfltl militants. She also thought that no one COUld help admirlng the . ourage an 1 lelf* sacriflee of the militants Among the guests were I__dy Holder, president of the Au.tralian Woman's Christian Temperance I'nion; Mrs (Jor don Wright, head of the i anadian or? ganlzation; Mrs. Anderson Hughes l>r.-w, the New Zealand president, an.l Mrs. Mibs U Allen. Of the American organ? lzation NIECE WEDS; NEPHEW DIES Relatives of Isaac Stephenson Meet Different Fates. [Bl T-lcgrnph to The Trlhure 1 MtnneapaMa, Od Ml Miss Oeorgi.ma Stephenson, grandnlere nf Senator Isaac Stephenson. ?f Wlscorisln, was secretly married yesterday to Joaeph Hambuechen at hls offlce ln thls clty. Mr. Humbue.-hcn I:, a travelllrig salesm.'in. The couple left for Milw.. .jkee on thetr honeymoon and were in Chippewa Kalls, Wl. . to-day. Tin- brlde was diVoTeod from Noan Oagnon, nf MarlaettOb flaveral vars ago. (By Telenraph lo Th? Trlhm.e ) Miiwaukee, Oet. 29.?Isaac Stephenson, jr.. nephew of Senator Isaa'' St.phenson and son of Robert Stephen-on, was found .Iead ln hls berth on n Chicago A.- North w.stern train vvldrh arrlved here to-.lay fr.m Menominee. Mich.. on the way to Chloa .". yir stephenson Wflfl flfl.v-four y?ar.. fltd. Heart fallure Is flupoflfld to have been the cause of death. _ FORM COLUMBIA ERASMUS CLUB The Krasmus Hall High School men at Cotumbtfl I'nlversity have organl.cd an Kra-mu? Club. The ciuh wlll be run on lhe Hnea of the Krasmus clubs of Hart moiith. Amherst. Pennsylvanla. Wllliams and Vab. Twenty members of the fresh? man class at Columbla Wl r< graduatt-d fr?,n Krasmus and there are approxl mately one hundred Krasmus men in the uuj .-*-"'?*" OPERA SliMGER FAILS TO DROWN LIOM'S ROAR Miss Hempel. Whc Arrived on German Lloyd Liner, Tells of Berlin Experimcnt. The youngesl member ol the Metro* poiitan Opera Companj arrleed from Bu* rop? ? aat. rday on th? Kronpi Cecille. II- is I'Utl. Miss Prleda llern pel'i riorentlne apHa, who lakea .* promi* nenl perl In Richard Btra laa'a Dai Roaenkavalter," In wblcb hta mtetree" Binga tha Maracballln Miss Hempel vvas nol n !\e*i up in tha dhjputfl which ? ? p iaaei rera had wlth th? cuatom .... i algrettea i nd i ' ar prohlblted plume*. sh- said Bha wai a lorer ol birds nnd anlmala and told a Mttle story ta 5 IllVr- it. Sh*' .-aid that wi.ii-' m H.-tlln this sum? ner an Bgenl "i one <rf the mu* haUa gaked her Jo Blng In tha eaga aith <* group ol llona trained to emulate ? band. Hc wanted te proee, he aald, Jhat llona really appreclated good muale, With thls Indueemenl Mlaa Hempel Bented to try the eaperlment bul pat aa Bhe entered tha eaae Jh* Uon vvfb the baaa drum began !*? beal u wWi auch fury that In i few iwomenta il waa re* dneed lo flplintera, and when he found that be eouMu't make anv more rajtaa with hls Inatrumen! be atarted te At this point m - Hempel lefl Ibe tua precipttately conelnced thal the llona would rather mako their own nvis.c thaa Hflten to her Qioranni Martlnetll a new tenor f"r the Metropolltan, arrlved on Ihe same vr r-sei He araa * ngag. d by Oal aft.r he bad heard blm ?' Coe. ": '??? ?'? "? London The young Ita to play ? m ,, band, i al ona da] tb master. heai ? I - !','') l" uiuseppe Mandellnl lo deeekm h_ ? He attracted attentlon In Mll?n la '?'''?' (. n ? l later rreated ti .? r.i- ut Dtcfc John* ?Otl ln "Th.' <J;rl -f tha QotdaMI WflBt' when lt was Brat preaented in Retne. He eelebrated the twenty-nli tb am of his birth "ii tbe < 1-1 * itber board wen 'i Itta | iMffo. tbe CTitoa\go-Phlladelphla barytone, an*i Amadeo Baaal, a tenor of Ua aaiw company, arho leart hla trunka between Parla an<i Cherbourg He and hla aife arrlv*-d in borrowi d dd WOMEN'S NOSES PUNCHED, BUT $30,000 WILL STANDS Jury Agrecs to Break Document in Daughters' Suit, but Court Says No. [I'r. ';?'?; OH '? Mlneeta, Long laland, Oei II Throw Ing tl itea ai tbe bi ???'? of hl? how ekeep ers and pum hlna I wi n ai eccaatonally making loee to them i poalng marrlagt ? ef Jbe thinis*. charged agalnal Henrj A Abrama by hlfl daugbtera, who aued ln the Supreme Courl here to-alny tO break bis wlll. Abrama, who wai ??? i rtb ' 8,000, died ;,j Lynhrook on February 16 Hr- i, ft to his two daughtera, Mary H Cornell and Lydla Ann Norton, ? llfe Intereal in |I00 aach Mri Norton alwaya auppoaed flhfl was her fatlnr's faVOffite chlld, and o paeted to come Into Jh'- ma)or parl of bl eatate Th? remalnder of thi eatate w? left in erp.ai Bharea to th* two aona, John H and m huj b i '"? Abrama When Jhe daugbtera learned or tbelr fatbei- will they proteated and tried be? fora Burrogate Qraham to bare the wili aal asi'ie That action falled, and th? action In th*- Bupreme Courl lo-day f"i lowed. Mrs Alfr.-d White and Mr.? Barah Ben nett leatlfled Ji.at they were houaekeepeni for Mr. Abrama ai rarloua tlmea Mn White said that OfM mntnliiK hei . inpl"' Bl aot up from the table anrl "punched m? iii the nose." .\ l Bnother time, ahe aald, he ripperl his shlrt from hls ba' k and threw it lo ber, aaying "Here la aome thltiR to do; sew this shirt." Mrs. BeiUiett, WhO ts almoal sixly years old. said she also was Abrams's bouae keeper, anrl that he "wa.s .-, |.,t of troublfl to me." she said i.r- was fealoui a/hen she spoke to Other men. She said hr marie ins JeeJouay plain by hli actlona Al "ne time she went to fl prayer ine.-t inc wlth him. and when D" paraon eami down and ahooli handa witi. hlm Abramfl said to the paraon "Hello! H/hen dM you get out <if Ihe insane as. lum"" The Jury returned fl eefdlet for the piaintiffs, bul Juatlce Benedlcl Bd Ihe veidict aatde as eontrary t?> tha ovtdoia i and dlrected a verdii't for tha defendant! - a ELECTED AGAINST 5 MEN Kansas Postmistress Didn't Try for Male Votes. CornlnB, Kan., Od > Mra Minnie Weyer, a wldow, won ihe poaitinaaterghlp here over live nien opponents. A final count to-day of votes east ln an elec? tion BatuTday showed Mrs. Wever 1<M ahead of her closest competttor. The clerjtlon was held ln accordance wlth the pn aenl eoagata ta small towns ef allow leg the patrons of an offl* e to rote for a poslmaster. "Th<- men spent all tbelr time haggtiag over the votes of the men." Mrs. Wncr sal*) to-day. "I let the men'a votes tako cara of themselves and lined up my own eex. That made lt easy." TONGUE-TIEO BELL IO LEAD MEN. MARCH Clarion of Liberty. Silent Until Thev Vote. To Be Feature of Brooklyn Parade. 7.000 WILL BE IN LINE Carrie Chapman Catt, Head of International Alliancc, to Make Her First Appcar ancc in Any Parade. Headed i \ a dupllcatc of tn.- famous Llberty Bell, ipven thousand women wlll march ia Brooklyn'* nntragi parada next gaturda) Thfl ball wlll b* loanai bv Mi.-. Kaiherlne Wentworth Ruechenber* far, nf tu.- Pennsylranii Woman Suf fr.-ir.- party. flnd aill be carrled on a fio.it .y ?? r\ twelve yo nfl woman d ._-ei In v. hill Th.- inii i.ns never been rung Iti tled, and *.* - i'. i not be I until woman luffrage i ?< becomi K'nrrn! throughout thi- Uftited Btatea when, at a graal iuffrag< ?.-'.. i ratlon, 11 i ul< ? ? !l1 ie heard ln Independi n< ? Square Phlla? delphia, wh.-re the orlginal Uberty B. li wai heard In itt*; Mra L'arrle Chapman Catt, prefrtdenl of the lni.-nia.ti- r.al Woman Buffrflgfl Al Itance, wiii maki her r;: *?: ippearanoi in iffragi parade. gae aill have a guard Of l.o.ior nf llve young women. reprei nUng ."Inland, ic-iand. Auatralla, N.-w Zealand aud Nora i Jamea Lflflfl Laidlaw will head Um M.-n* League for Woman guffraga af which ho is preaMent, and thi Rev. John Howard Mellih, reetor of Trinity Church, Brooklyn, wlll hea-i the Klnga Couniy Men'i Lflflgufl for Woman guffrage. Be ond ln Inti r?sl to ihe ui flrty B< H probably wlll bfl?th* twe woman whaarlll ai. flotomobtlfl dtrecUy behind It . re tbe eali -irvivinB meml i ri af th. orlginal Woman gaSrage party. or ganizerl in UM, Whlck wa.- kUOWfl fll thfl Brooklyn Woman S'liffrn.e Aaaoclatlon on.- of thaflfl women lerved through th. Clvll Wai as a aurse, aad wanl through many dsngen ggt mu'h fluffering to pia* pei ?? thfl rn;.,!, Dr Anni Howard Shaw wll! head t'e National Americaa Suffrag- Association Hi. wlll I"- lurrounded by a guard -r i.i. ,.,, u guard r. preeenUng a Btate Wamflfl bave the I allot Kve.v member of the guard wlll wear a red. IThltl flnd blue "voter's sash." as a sign th.it ln bei bomfl state she has equal iuf? fragi wlth man Tbe Woman guffrage pnrtj wlU bi Ifld by Miss Mar. Oar.-rt Hav fll I .lamcs I. . !., dlaw. Mrs Hanl- I I I :n, h will Iead tl ? WoflW ! | nlon; Mn harlea L ti.e Celleglat. i'.\ < ? ?" tt Lee .!-,. || pn deal Othei organlsa* tlona that win ???? ir? tbfl i;i":i1 I , . | , ... Mr- Howard Man** f...;,i. president; thi Polll : u . . ||ri ,, ii p. li. Imoat, prei - tne Ni w T< ' ? ? l: the 1 '?? mti Woman Buf* , . )gn R. i Talbol P< *? ... ? .. Bioea in I iffi '?? i..klyn. whlck I berahlp of 12.0 I ' '" r' " ers. beaded b) ton Cbarlee Wlaalowand twenty v....iig women on lior?ei>_.c_.. Th.- | ira* w.ii itari ??' 3 p. nr. fron .oe _..-. ifl ? wTord area m, lo Ul " l0 ? '"" (,xf,,r.i itreet, to Hai ' mon, . . . Baptlflt Tei c ??? ? meeUng wlll ba bt I I irrange* ....... . I, - ? ? r -. b? I : ,. ldei.ee iloni thfl IIM ,,t aiarch te be dei .rate,! FIFTH AVE. FIUVT ROMANCE Miss Winslow Talks and Passes Hat While Picture Man Grinds. The luffi ifllits can ih ,.,, ?( , . ? ring picture ittow . . .....,? thi ? itenl of PO . . . | , . | plctun ? .,-i,i.. the PubHc I ?. ? ? headquartei of the V..? - P ? rn;,,.,. No ll W?al Bd itreet. Un FTand Mi iii ''" ? ' ?**? *** "*? , "movle" icenarlo entltled Love flnd guffrage." Coiurtderlng H ? ' ibject, 11 r*em**d approprlate to gel MMa Itoefl ,w, ., work.r in the unlon. who n , to embark on ? matrim inial vent* nr.-, to poae MIm winslow, uMng Mra OUve gchult-'l automobile for I p'atf'.rm soon ,?.?, a .rowd thal n.arlv llockfld Bd ..,.,, After talking for te, mtflUtl vv,man's rlghl to lhe VOt* she lllflteheg ir her hai and pass.-d it around. rne ,,,-,,! n poaded liberally. gulte uneon .p.us that tt,.- 'inovte" man la rne ,UDd WM le.onling th.ir gM. l ' a riik-hatted ettlaea with i gn mxt gwokfl to tbfl fact nret ... .?i? .,,. ?,.??? i,e murmured, "whal win ? wiffl ny if shi leefl me \- a movlng ,.?.,,?.. ,?o-i giving rnomy M ? ******* gi it,?-? He fled Oth-r cltlieni hestened ?way. bul Mlflfl U :ll ,ow ind the ?m.ivl." ...Ps. dMnl r,. Thi t had tne mon- v and tM t* ** i... ANOTHIEtTbOmFTeT OFF Midnight Explosion in Chrystie St. Store Is 171st This Year. T)l.re was fl bomb ? xil.i nm fll Na Ml Chryatla itreel fll mMnlgbt lafll nlght ??. mil s..?-e January 1. IMI, flUd thfl fourtn since CommuadoiMr Doaghntl an* ,??,,? ,.,i two waehfl ago thal h? bad ,,.,,?,, ,?, the BlSCh Hand ggag The ,??',,,, tore ..'it tbe rer,r door of Olimeppl r.rit ino'i grooi ry store. Thfl twenty-four famiiies living ln the ,,.?,,?. iu .UW up.-t.Lirs and thfl slxt.-n famiiies nevt door WOlfl runnlng ahout m no tlme Plfltol flhOtt wer- tired out of wlndowfl t., attrael the police. Neither Britano nor an) of the oth-r oeeupanti WOUld fldmll that they had r. . ? iv.-l anv . . ... ffiag i. tt, r. OT knew of anv r.a >n im Um esploelen. _ e BURNED C00KINO SUPPER. Young Woman Rescued by Parents May Be Fatally Injured. Mrs. Mlllan l?>olev. elghteen years old. of No M w.-st Mtk str.-et, was badly burned last night ta tlM apartment flf h.r .ther. Mrs. Matlldfl Coplfllgh, WhO lives in ttM sauie hOUee. Mrs Dooley was eooklng Buppflr nhfla kar ***m caught Bra She ran screaming throimh th- ap.it in.nt until caught by ber parents. wl., smothered out UM flames wlth a blanket. iShe was taken to lhe Polyclinlc Hospital. WORKING GIRLS ARE PRETTIEST Modern Women Surpass Stay-at-Home Grandmothers in Beauty, Says Woman Photographer. MISS PEARL GRACE LOEHR. Here'i cheerful news. Wotneo ar*- grow* i< in?r roore beautiful. No, M km'l ,h" hlgh J cost of livlng that keeps them fmm eat- ( Ins so much as they uaed to. nor the iub- < Jeetlon of man Wblcfa saves them from pettj tomeetk anaoyaneea arhleh gouged prematura Ilnea In ihe fair facea of our J -rrandmotbera No, the Oreal Beautlfler U worklng fo:- a livlng. ? The modern art.st goaa t<r the depart* rnenl itoree for hlfl modela,' declarea.. Miaa Pearl Grace Loehr. prealdent r.f the Paderatlon ol Women PhotoflR-phen of Amerlca. Miss Loehr la aa artist hereoM . and a ehum of artists la lhat prlvate ..f fenlueea, Oreenwleb Village?ao ahe knowa .- women began K"inK into Indua* try and th* profeeaa ..- adn aaya, "thera beea lha most iwtleeablfl cbange la thfl fltandard of femlalM beauty. Tha artlal ot0t* oM daya look for hla model tii.- round*faoed, cuptd*mouthod, doll baby girl Bhe hadn't an Idea ta her head abe .1 aaythl?g except aaaaplealon creai_. and ralaatlna poetry. Her thoughts ?er? bounded by hor tnothoi ? kltcben *and thu . : ? . tarrel la tba chureh cholr "Thfl olel faahloned gtri was pretty, of ..t h> r.i was tbe delicatfl beauty ???i Moaaom Bha Bowarad 1a ber own warm uttle home a.vi fadfld la a f'vv jraara ' Tl.e wrrfkin-r Klrl of to-day, however. lai IS WILSON FOR "CAUSE"? New Jersey Suffragists to De? mand a "Show Down." Bl Thr Trlbun* Jlur.nu I l\*aahiOgton, Oct, M New Jersey suf II wns announced yeaterday, aa* ; ' tO ask tlie Prealdent for a show - dOWO" ag tr, lus attitude toward the afotea*for*w. men cause oa November 18, when a larga delegation wiii riall Waal Ington Mis Abraham V_n Wlncklfl aill head tbe delegation. lt w.i^ also Btated thnt the BUffl_g_tfl from Nen Jeraey ptanned to make a campaign among lha membera of Con* gre I rrom tbeir hotnt state and urRe them br auppoii the constitutional amendmenl foi woman Buffrage Bffurta Will he male to exa* t pledRes from the Nea Jaraej delegation or pul them on reeord one way oi tha other at onea Prealdenl Wilaon wiii be asked to urjee Congreea to auppoii tiu aroendment and to lay Btraaa upon the I Hc? rrf ironian - |f| ,,-. |a hlfl ai nual Biea??gfl lf be dOflfl not t.ik" a. tion before thal data Th* ?cheme of the suffrat;lsts la to force thrt Chief i:\rr-iitiv,- tr, B?ik* aome itatemeat as t.i Ml v :' a Tbr' Nen Jaraej eotee-for*women advo catefl wiii be weleomed by the local BUf* fraglata with a mass nu'etinsr at a local th. ..ti ? 'AMTIS'MEEDDISHWASHERS Lack of Them Spoils Plans for Club's Afternoon Teas. wiu aomebody pleaae "tter to wasia dtahea for th'* Bntl-*Bun*raglata? The Mtuatloa la really Kettinsr serio.13 at thr lnw Outdon .'lub. at No. l.'i Baat Mth Btreet. There len'l an "antl" there wllling to wash dishes. "No," they say. "our plare is the home. We gel all tbe ,ll:*livv a. Iiititr we nccd there." Mrs. Roaettar Johnaon, prealdenl of the club, has b.rriKht B tea sit and several membera have rohbed thelr homes of cups and saucers, all ln preparat.on for a 80 ii,s of afternoon taag. Mrs Johnson tbOUght It would he so pleasant for the woni'ti 177**?J?_ from shopping to have a eup of t.'a and a little Ughl anti-suffrag lelreshtiKl.t on thelr way home. "Wholl wash Ih*- dlshes'" degMInded Miss Hartnon Browa, Jhe aaergetle < hair raan <>f the bouea eewunlttee, "Not I," cried Mis. Josephine Reddlng I brve to vvntr- a speeeh before dlnner, aiivwav. | must go . i?ht away." There was nrr tea at thr- iiuldon Club yeaterday. . " There was a BOW Aufiian flax. IhOUffh, and IWO littl*- MlM "luidon flaxs, which tbe "antls" are k-oIiik '" niin,*? from thelr front wlneowe, iust as the euffraKlsts acroea thfl atreei do. LEMONS DIVORCE GROUNDS Mean "I Have No Further Use for You" in Armenian Code. Ilostoti, <>*'t tS -Several dried 1* n."iis. a bundla if oli] clothes nnd a hou*iuet of faded flowers sent some time a?o hy Aflhken Bhooahaa to his wife rttuited uf f a sturdier type. She glow alth the rarn red ef knoeklng about tM world. ar hrow is broad and her eyes are deep nd serious. Instead of the round-.aced oil the modern artist cbooMfl Um girl rboflfl face is strong. with straight, firm I OOUth instead of CUpld'fl how curves. Tho nodern girl has a dashing. saucy atr, too. ii.it Ifl something utterly BOW ln tho rorid Of art. There are glints of h-imor u her clear eyee, toe The girl whe iorks for her living, vou s.-e, has to take M world as she Bndfl lt, and it daana't my, sl..- tin-ls, t-> take everything too lerlously, h she learni to laugh at roubli gM keepe Mrflfllf fr?flk and vhol'-some hy exercise at B gymnasium ind long Sunday walks Into the country. rhe free. outdoor llfi of tM American ,-iri while iM is a child wlll do much ln he next Keneratlon Of two to produca a ,till mon vivid aud wholesome type ot .roerti en woman. ? .\. present <>f courofl, unfortunataly, ;.o beauty of the ielf*eupportlng girl piickly fades. The stre.s of long houn md Mnan-ial worry drlve the color from Mr cMeM and the softness from her nouth. She ls. Mwevar, a handsomer voiiian than ber grandmother. Aee can mt .nnl the intelllgenoi In ber .yes nor Irlvi away tM s-uis.- of humor As WOflfl* IB'I int.rests 1 road. n, as she looks aeyond h.r own kit, lu n. h.r whole beiiur li rlcher and deeper, and thfl ,: _, ;i! ?-.. ? I tn her face." Mrs. Shooshan getting a divorce to-day on grounda >?f deeertlon. Hoth are Ar* ui.-i.l.iiis .Mi- ghooahaa told the court that she receiverl tM lemOBfl, OM cothes and Wlth* ?rod Bowen efter sh.- had ask.-.i her hus band to .-.-...i her iome money. She ex? plalned thai ln the Armenian ?'"i-:> th? gift w,us Interpreted as meaning "Tou look like "l-l ragl to me nnd 1 have no THE DIFFERENCE There are two *ryllables in the word Delay?there is only one in the word Speed. And this aptly illustrates one of the sjreat achievements of this Company in the build? ing industry. We have substituted one syllable for two, or in other words, we have demonstrated our ability to acromplish in twelve months that for which a less efneient organization would rcquire eighteen. THOMPSON-STARRETT COMPANY Building Construction FLOWERS ON DRESS PARADE Rival Chrysanthemums Seek Presidential Favor and Name. (Krom The Trlbune Hurea*.u.l Washington. Oct. 2$.-_everal thousand chryaaatham?bm atandlng in briiiiant array ready for the eighth annual show of the Department of Agriculture. and while thousands of persons will crarte, th' ir necks to-morrow to see the "Mr*. Wiison," the "Mrs. Marshall." the "Mar1 saret," the "Jessle" and the "Kleanor'* towering hlgh above the other blosaoma, they will he disappointed. Several of the most gorgeous plants propagated are stlll deslgnated only by number. and after the vlslt of the Preflt dent and his family to the show the plants will be named according to the degr.-e of admnatlon they ex ;lte. No special invltations are sent to the Presl dent and members of the Cabinet. bet they ara expected to follow precedem and pay thelr respects to the arlsto crallc ^ilossoms. Tie Bplendld a.ray fllls one long house and repreeenta almost every known color ..nrl size. The President Taft." a huge snow whlte blossom, is seen at interval*". standing bead and shoulders above all Othe. plants along the line of beautiea. Bven larger and more perfect from the point of view of the floriculturlst i? the ? hrlsty Mathewson." a verltable giant. ? now white and n.mied for the ballplayer. Lending a aplendld rlasii of eolor ia the "I-Jdlth Root," of rich shades of old pink, and namrd for Mrs L'lysses S. Grant, third. arhea, as the daughter of the Sec retary of State and Mrs. Hoot, she held i sway ln official society. Beverly T. Galloway, Assistant 8ecre tary of Agrlculture. stopped at the show house to-day and selected one of the largeet and most perfect blossoms, cteam white in color, which will go down to pos terity as the "James Wiison." a memorial of the former Secretary of Agrlculture. There are many freak blossoms ln the col? lection. but most of them are notable for Biao and perfection. SHEARNSUESMRS.K. GOULD Lawyer in Divorce Case Seeks Attachment for $29,000. ' from lh* Tl??M Ban ii. ' Washington. Oct. BJ ? Mrs. Katherine I'. Gould. foimer wife of Howard Gould. was sued to-day in the District Supremo t curt by t'harles J. Shearti. a New Yorlt lawyer, who c'.aims that she owei him J^.^W 19 on a bill of J7J7.310 for profea sional servlces. from March, 1907, to June, Mr. Shearn sets forth that there is J balance due on 1ns fee and the rosts ln the divorce action brought hy Mis. Goull ccalnft her hu-band In the Supreme ."ourt ,,f New Vork in June. 1907. He says that I this halanoa amounts to $:i.633 4*r Boveral | other item- for professlonal flgrvtceg are mentloned in the bill. Mr. Bhearn states ln hla petltlon that he believes that Mrs ' lould is now a reatdent of Virginta, but does not know her cxaci addreaa He avera, however; that she has valuable 088*00?i propertv, Includlng rugs, furniture and tapestries. m storage In Washinktton. His attorneys hope to ob? tain a wrlt of attacl?aenl against thoae betongiaga. ro MAKE HOUSE FERNS THR1VE Plenty of Moisture and an Oc casional Change of Air Are Among Essentials. "Whal shall we ,io with our poor Uttle fern'."' Vou have heard it said often. per* hai'.s vou hav.- said it yourself, for fOW Indeed are the homes that do not flhelter aome btl of growing green during Um winter months an.l Ufllially the greflfl is ? ? ,i -ometlmei th.re li dlflleult) tn k. . plng lt allve .\ proper underetaadlag la the ..niy ?oorel ol iiicceflfl wlth ferna, according W a wrlter In luburban llfe, for. unie ? om knqwi the "wMne" snd "what-to do s. then- is little chance of BUCCflflflfUll) Wlfl* Ing anv kind of f, rn iu tlu- hom.- This j understandtng is slmple. an.l ts Bummad up iu these f,.\v wordfll Huv onlv from a reliable norist; hav.- the eall used la re* potttng Of the rlghl kind, water properly. use the rlghl manure attd pl int foodfl, learn aboul tM effeeti ef gas. the danger t, of eseeeelve dry he.it. over* watei ing. an.l th.- r. producing of *****] planta "Wetering la Um moal important part tt Um car-* of farnaj and must not ba over looked flt anv time lt Is a known fact that nlnc out uf tin DOOplfl let their f.r.is .lowly <li-- f-*i vva.it of water The effect of this dryneei la dectdedly notMeabM upon the foliage, which turns a >ellow brown, beginning tirst on the tips of the lOgVflfl and later .?xt.-nding all along the stem go oft.-n we Mar peopie telling one another not to touch the fern leaves ,,.- ih.v will die; thls ls a fOOUflh idea. This condition Ifl not the result flf halld ling. bUl of the la.k of water or tt a very dry atmosphere ln the home. The proper Wav to water a fern ki t., itand it la a Blak of water for half an hour at a tlme. l.et tM water soak Up thTOUgh the Jar. and th.n .Iraln before placlng in the usual poaltlon. Do ""' ??* a lVr,, Mand ln wnlei gay after day. such tr.-atm.-nt will ,,,t ih.- loots off. causlng the bcautitui lciiv.s to grovv verv y.llow. ? Th- re ls no rule for waterlng plant.. but with ferns twice a week Ifl neees.ary. and M mUCh oftener as they re.|Ulre In hot w.at h.r, or in a house where It ll very warm. the earth drles out more qulckly. and the fern wlll want flUgUaut llght watflrtnga A glass of water once or twi.e betweea th.- natrtagi win carry m-st plants along ntcely. but use your own Judgmeat, flnd se.- to it that the soll ls alwaya gtart flfat than damp; never lit lt get dry. ? If losslble. keop a pan of water on the radiator or stove, as lt is a great help ln eupplylng moisture.to the air. Thls ls a very decided bcneflt to furniture and plants ot all hlnda. "liurltu; the winter months. or while tha lema are m the home, never use any ground bone or raanure. Odorleea plaat foodfl ar.- mtnufacturc !. aml ar*- bt-n** flt-i?I If property used Repotted ferns do not requlre maaure, and plant foodfl of anv kind must not ba uaed OverteedliiB prodoeea the same results as ov.-rwatet-' ing; the plant soon turns yellow and dies. y.-t any fern ta good oondlttoa that hai not beea tranaplanted within a year can; be fed to advantage "Wrth eaeaplng gea tn the home, suffl- . cienti> strong to be bo_ceable upon eecn* hlg in from the outatda, nne cannot hope to rio anything In Um wag at growing plants. G is kills qiilckly in fgi t. I have BOen a fern rulii'd In a Btngte ntght. lf 8 pl mt dropa Its leaves without chancing color or drytng up, II is sure sign af a fc-u.s 1-nk, and tlie same must be taken care of at once A Ina ter worklng prop erly, or Utnnilnatlng gaa uaed f"r ItKht Ing purposes. wlll not hurt plants if there is no direct leak. Howvver. do not try tO keep a fern In a room with B gaa log or sii'Vi'. is frw peopie have aueeeaa with plants grown under these conditions. "I'haagfl Of air Is important wlth all f. i us. and shoulrl b<- fffrr-ted as often as i oiivi tu< nt unleea Jhe bomi i.s egadsmed with apparatus to securo thls end. Alr ing out the home before retlrlng at night |a one of the baat araya af Bhaaglag the alr. The OdOT from the lights. if there be any. is ln thls way done away wlth. Take car*' to have the plants out of all cold drafts in frosty weather. By all means stand the f.rns in a light plaee. preferabty la a wtadow, but not close to the glass lf there la danger of frost." Daily Bill of Fare. THURSDAY. BRKAKPAST.?Dates. boiled rlce, cod dled i-mts, toast, coffee. LUNCHBON. ? Baked beans, cheese cake. gingered pears'. tea. DINNER.?Fowl biowned In fat and slmmered, garnlsh of fried tomatoes, Bfljaaab eroijuettes, celery salad, plum dumplings, coffee. _____ ? 8QIASH ritiOfllTlTTBl T_88B are not fried In deep fat but ln a frying pan wlth plenty of hutte.- or the best kind of butter substitute. Season the cro quettes nlcely and do not have them too soft. To make them. heat Lolled winter squash to a Rinooth mass. Add a llttle butter, mllk. pepper and salt. Form Into smooth cakes and treat them In tho usual way by "egglng and breadlng."