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BIG CROWD HEARS
MRS. PANKHURST Carnegie Hall Too Small to Hold Admirers of Noted Militant. PROUD OF DAUGHTER, WHO SHOWS MEN UP Says Cabinet Ministers Are All Afraid?Defiant, Insists Work Will Go On. it nlghl mot to tan : !.. Ifmdiaon | :ltl!lf* -f it WOUld ' ? much. row m tii?' ? in th?' topmost gal I tii?' ll ' ? ' ? - ;iii?l ni, the t thi ! . I * ' ' ' ' ' ill had t<> Inter ; :' ? kin- Oilman, th.- chair if th, platfoi m "Und ? | dlkt 1 Mi I Lei strict ad the i It. * h and t the leaders w< re ab t Mrs. H gtai ' '? 'I by her ; i Blat? ti - Political ? rcow, Mrs. John I Kofi - ! Miss miaabeth K l'ook. Ti.t the in 8 iffrage party : wert the tr< as- ; tarei the hall. Mrs. Boissevain There. Mr?. In? f liberty In her white low: Mrs. 1 I and roads ' % tor snl>- j ? \ "k?'?l t-? the j ? ? .? in j ? ? rid royally j th? \ i ' applaud- j ind again whi i \ ? lllman , ?one "f thi ? the great est women of all I ? Mi - Pai k hurst ? I ? ilngu- I '.fui ?u ?i very tired. \ - IMtltl .f milit suftr ?i. Then - on ; trail and Plain i Fa? t| h Dr. leer o? ? Ik. thing in m & Pankhui il ? ? "it is ol ? the ? ? ? ? in thi world to? day." . h was in alluded to ? ? . . ? ? i u- ntli men **' haps, mill last T ?wing the a, ? in t m i for .i burglai or I Cat.net Ministers Afraid. . ? ' the tern. Without line! Minister. ? it, v.?? bave so fright tlemen that U ey arc ??l II? '1 th?'lTi 1" turro inded by | we .... theli ? ruin*,' I try." P.mkhurm had lately ? ? Rev ? *>? ?: nek liy the 1 ? that <ma im of hm" tlon : rie honor of beginning th? tea chest ?private n the harbor, and Providence ? ?.nor of hevllining bj burning \?i now . danta ?if the pi * not stand r that w< g intll yon ry and disturb i> ud ? ? f ttentlon to - ou. ' -? BODYGUARD TO STOP PANKHURST ARREST ... Militants Warn British Govern? ment Miss Forbes-Robert? son to Jail. -p. f?h ? ? | to da) ! Social and P? ''mon the militant suffraKrtte society.] Dncro-Foa warned the government j *t if the police attempted to arre? Mrs Bmmeline Pnnhhursl when ?-h? ?i n? England on her arrivai from the United States they would have their ha? ils full, 'I'h?' '"??-' of ll . mill! ml leader, the lared would not be allowed. ?""''? **it < odyguard I ad be? n formed slreadj for Mrs Pankhurst with "<'?? i ''?'?" ' ,"'-1 th immond ;.t lu head, and us forces would be suffi? lent effectively ' i oppose any phj afi al ? oli m ?? attempt? <i ? y the poli??- if bludgeons were used, ?he concluded the bodyguard would have to d< fend Itself. Bin n ham England, No* ii Miss ? ? ' on, ? sister of S r John- . ? . 'itol ertson, the nctor-n I I ? ?! to-day ? ? nions ? 01 ?ut on .? iharge o hlnf a n Indo* on thi i ? |ul|h't visit t.. B ? dgi of!.i the of I ,::i". but *" . . . ?1RS, POTTER PALMER SUED Mrs. F. D. Grant. Also Defend ' in $1,500.000 Action. II < ? ? t Involv . i ' . ? i :? ' 1 . : ;?. i Hor.i leathed It H ; ? n Honore, ins h? In, i ame up in cot rt here to-da"f, wi ? k. i ? Mrs. Ha ?v - Harn H. Hon? one of six ? hll dreif ol tin i? ?t. i Hoi i ?? five i named : ? defendants In ! de Mis Potti i Palm ; Mrs. 1 Gram widow >i > ? ? ? Dent Q n ( a nd ' t*roth< i. ? Ku.I, Adrian V ?ml ; niel Hone ? ? Ider Honore Is still alive lali thai Inasmuch as H n ? ? ol i"- called an heir, ami ? | m nt'j iiis ? ttott. the plaintiff, i (th of thi estate has no .i m to It GARY ISSUES DENIAL Says Steel Corporation Not Planning to Close Down Plants. ? ?? ? ? i ports In the financial die? trlct yeeterdaj thai the Qai y plant <>f the i' iltcd SI '? Steel Corporation would close down In the near future, B. H tlrman of the ex? cuth ? and finan? e committees, said "W't have no plan for closing any ot I i ' fun bi temporarily closed from time to ? b ness conditions < ompt I, bul any suet estlon v. ill !>?? consider! d and decided if and w hen 11 ai ?| hope business will Improve, but 1 ' Information on whi? h i ? n opinion lK< (Ja try ? !> cllned to i omti the advert ?? m? I of Thorns W Lawson comparing the Steel Co*T>oratloii In Its 1 t to thai oi thi N? v. Haven ? i < ?r? lea, howei er, it "as ? d that the Moi?.m bank? rs hav? ? m '.he i:..i t of the coi i ora ? ... ? ; t was said, is 11 ? . r. cutive i ? ad and he sllows no dt< tation from any i I ir< e. it . that th? Btei i i !or o lntent}on of n dui Ii ,. ii.i on us ? ommon ?t? k .i* loi ? the pa) nu nt of it. RAP WILSON FOR ANTI-NEGRO ACTS Women at Ethical Conference Score "Southern Administra tion" Policy. ?i i ,. | ,.i.. ,i m - Hem t Vlllard called th "South? i n administration ' st Washington toward department em i a t o are n< groes was one of the ? ? ? ?.il the Women's t ' i e S ??? for Ethical Cult ? \ . w. -i ? tl street Mrs Vil? ? : m ,. ? w. ' ?vlngton snd Miss i -i "The Negro Proh ? pi . negroes in the ? srious departmei t ." Mrs. Vlllard said "Il . g t. ? rlbli ret? trei ? thai the administration of Mi Wilson the?? ]?.,; i. should I ? ' - Imlnated against radually thej ari Ix ng In some Instances i a ork In sei arate i ?"toma, In oth? elvi ? In one i ornei of root ? 'i'i ? negi o a runt n '?? ing forbiddi n thi ? -? of the restaurants ? the negro women say that i not mind' this discrimination, thai they prefer to te by themselves Phi v wild that i" hey are afi;ii?i of loslnt* theli ?\v? ? ? thai Ihe next step will be 111 be !? '? ilred to iIde ? ? : ? dis? ' Iml? nation was most marked In the Treasury .in ni ter Mr. i Inauguration," she said, "bul l t so bad nou In ? ? pear not long '.re last N 'V' ml ei 'a ? lection i ? presents the Na . foi ti ?? Advancement ,.i i'?] r< ; Peopli made a special i>le:i for the women of thai race. "There are man) wl l ng hard to build up ?.I homes, to he good wives and mothers," ??;. said "They work under difficulties, ?,,, thei ? ?. against thi m almost ... ., Walton, of the Bocletj on L'rban *\ r 11 ? ? i ? (Ni 'i Bhe i ii'i to bn ak up ?he trafile In i ? t,i;,, ,. . practised h agents who | travelled througl B -them states and lured the girls from their home? Mi i Hem y Olleahelmi r pn ?Id' ?' Tes was si r \ ???! ymemmttmattmmmmmmsm^?emmmim^^i^smsmmmm^^^?mm^m^m?mm^s^^m?mmm?^assmi^m^m^m^^^^mmm^^^ The BEAUTIFUL C?jrt?tmao Werter ON SALE EVERYWHERE 25 CENTS ?**-??- I, -?-_________________________________________________ MEET TO DEFEND TEACHER-MOTHERS Men and Women in Cooper Union Denounce Ruling of the Board. CALLED A PREAIIUM FOR UNHAPPY HOMES Mrs. Hale. Norman Hapi*ood and Others Declare Children Increase Efficiency. * i'''"'st '? against the attitude "! the !'? ? '?I ol I :? lu? an, n In th. t. ? "?? ? h? id Issl nlghl at Cooper I'nlon, in th? . of which ihe bosrd ' ? ? i ? rerj Ihlai from i dodo :" ' lo the ' apable yovna ? oil? -?- gradu its a ho, v ?i, n i - ih? ?;m a about ? ' ??? ?h. grot thii I've dis ? "The boSrd l?. Its poll? > "f dlsmisaing t? " 'i' rs Who I,.-(-,.????? mol p ? - ,i pi ?? mi' tu ??n dorn . Hi ni?! ippln? BB," aid K?l * nd s?". ion "if the husband is s?. ml ? rabl? thai h? i um awaj. the wife Is ? 'i i" teach In the public scl.Is If the ? . , fflcienl thai the home la ha pp.? nfid the man stays tigere, she .? II e is so < osa 11 si ah? drives bei husband t.? drink or Inaanlt) ?? i ildde, shi Is bui poa? ?i t" make a ui'i.'i teach,-i. An? nromsn may ?secure a i?: th? N"u \ ort. public If hei hu? i,., nd la Im pa I ?? ?! t,, earn a oi has ab indom ?! h? i for Th.it is s i'?- -law of the Board >r i-:.ii,, atlon." TI.hi? f buslnesi iccompllshed bj the meeting vas the paaaage ?>f reeolutloni urging the Board ol Education t?? change Iti b) lawa bo that . woi ter will i "t be required t" notif) the board of her ? thai i? ave of absence i"i the pi ? i"-.i ?bearing chll Ii en shall be (ranted to women teachers, and thai the possession "t s husband shall not Inter? fer? with ? ?.an's r??_ht i<? teat h scho ?i ,t she -' Mrs ?Beatrice Porbea-Roberiaor Hale, If salent ?f the l.-ai-.u. for th.-?'i\'l S-t - rlc? of Women, under whose auaplcea the meeting u.is held, answered several ob ??? tn.?is which Mr. ?'hur-hiil had made to ploymenl ol t? ach? ? mothers "A young child," he said, "need >.?i ol Its mother's time." "I saj," ensw? red Mrs Hale "thai th?' mother kn-.ws bettei than any board "f Im atlon how much "t hei time h? ? i ab) i?" i- is it iik. ly thai the Int? woman of tods . olng t" neglecl hei be wh? ? i ? natlncl of ni"th?'ih'>'-i i n th? ravage and In the bes it ti- Id Is igainsi s ich negle? i ."' 'i ' ? "th. - obje i oi ? ontlnu? d, irrled v*. ? ?? ii.-i> >\ ho a lah I - I ? t>- actuated b -freed.Is answered in the ?ame way The woman snd ? ? knot* more s l l p li me than the ?ducal ? -I!?!.- that the two agree I il lh? no] ?ill"*.\ th. se same ? hlldi ei : i In tin) 'lark rooms ? fts; l bal th? beal the moth? . i?. Increase the family Incom? kj that . i > itthv. hapt? ____ : ?? llg? ? i. fui m? ... itead oi mes win, will be a bordei munit) ." The m?? ii: led ov? r b* Mai ? it? lohi i i l's, hi, a li.. .?i? nlng ? thai he b? lie ed I aroman who had children waa s bettei leach? r I ? ' ?? IS* Ol ' ' II I Othei si".iK>.- w - i ? *.'t'i.? Hapg.I. Dr Ira B v\ ||<. Bdwin Blosson, Mis ' ? - i.. ? i. ildls w, Dr. J. P. Wai the Re* Waldo \?r.'" if ?!.??. i ; il i . Wlae snd Prof? aaw Raj I Things to Conside the Thanksgivi lirst, the Bird 11.?. Hi and Its Clair o? ."Muffinf* 1?) Be Ingrtsdiei . the da i ? hi n even the house* k-', per who shops ovei the telephone ast? il? s f.?rth with her mark, t bask? t "' In hei limousin, as ihe case ma. he lo leleel her own Thankaglvlng turkey. To ih,,-, ? ho are doing II for the first time snd to thoae who have heretofore trusted i,, luck and tha word of the market man the following sdi Ice may be of use: 'I'm k. ya an i onaldered In th? i ahen from one yesi t>> two years old. and foi the leal few years thooe rali ?-?i In Mai ' land and Rhode I Bland -??? m t?> be the moal popular and ? ommand the high* i.?i pi id i in your ??? I? ctlon i boos? ? bird iiiat is short f") Its arelght plump, small boned ami symmetrical i" form, and be sure that the breast is firm and full, while , . . ?.,, oi the ore istbone is bo ti nd? i thai it will bend essily. Avoid a long, loosely i??.iit. thin limbed i-ana-.? which would Indicate the Imma tun male Mrd and In which the propor? tion of bono la t.... large for the quantity i ,,? meat, foi apt? u*ea all agree thai the iii..-st Bsvor cornea fn?m turkeys that have ison ?well snd thoroughly fstt? n< d Preparation for Roasting. fortunately nesrlj all markei men now "draw the lurk?*.," res ly for roasi any pin I" ath'ts |. main SftCT the plUCk ?i . in, y ?h?,nid i" ' arefull) removed withoui breaking the ski" Then singa the turkey over s quick blase; an alcohol blase la beat, aa there is no danger "f ?jcorchlng the *:^!n ?" ?ll" ??lightest un? pleasant "?lor. Rinse the Interior of the Mrd with plenty of cold water, wipe the with B ? han. dsnp cloth, till with any preferred dressing, aew up tha vent.? with ?ttoiu* tin.a.i snd trusa it oaatl) Into shape. The great vsrletj of eacellenl dreaalnga ,? "stufBaga." aa oui grandn-othera ;?, ,| to ?Hll them- ai' 1" 1 haps best ??*? mpllfk ?i In th- ?avory ??> --t. i ami i ht si nU| for- ?-meat, r? ? lp?? f? win, ?_ .,,,. L-iv. ir Chestnut Dressing. AbOUl l?"l> <h<Mnuts ?>f tli?' Ki-.-mh rsriet) or three pints of our American nuts may ??- otlMssd Prepare the nuts i,s making a **?? '" ***** UI,M ? ***** ,,,,.. Then pul l?k?sm In ? Iwttle, cover with <??hl WSter, tritu 10 a bOll and boll exsctly two tnlautes. R?rmove rrom the water, drain, "?", >*** * *** ***** *\ ht'tle btttter and shake .,ver the tir?, aller this the shells iitnl skins may be 1.111,....I ?together ,'?*<'i' ,h" n,j,i*- *** * ,-rg'* cupful of grated bread erumbs*, four table-1 Bpoonfula of "i?*it?.i butter, tat laW?** SERVIXd WAFFLES AI WOMAN'S EXCHANGE. . mond Musa M Pin i Kii cha n | and oup of \ oung Barnard l'ollege girts acti il as ushi rs MRS. PARSONS WINS A ROMAN VICTORY ?Converts Warring Youths from Belligerent to Agricultural Pursuits. Mr?- Henry P oi who has rl ! of the si h< i of thi Park i?epai i ment, tins won .1 Roman vu-tory. Por , week ? icon of Italian boj 1 In I j borhood of Thorns : J< ITer. Pai .. "ti the uppi 1 1 !s si Bldi hum Arme?] with stonei and 1 1111 m gni bage ran ? n* en as shW Id thi s agi ?1 war in the paik. Bevera taken to hospitals When force fa ed to ? ni.I.-. Mrs Phi-soi ti i?-?l , She told th? ? srring it?"; : ?i to ife Iheli fik-i I 1 % m 1 t r i m 1 . t he soil I n 1 deni ;itnl 11 buildil ?: ' ' ? I LthB, I :-I? .n! Is snd wind "An?I that's hoe tl said Mrs Pai - ' TI ose bo s ? re . a,i Th? ?? ert chai ged wit tel ho ? om t '. ? t 11. ? 1 1 1 ? .it", whei ' - . ? ? out . ..,lC ?? NOTES FROM NEWPORT. ''? Newport N ?v 'i Mi M d Mi "1 G. Vanderbtlt and Mrs. 1* \ '.* *r ? : ? ? . i Ing the week 1 I Mi 1*1 i larboi \ i? Mi . ? ? " ? : \' ? I *. R '.i 1 1-11 1 .... PETERSON? HOLBURTON. Hai I '? l . Sot Of 1 I "Ii 1 . ' v.- ? h.: N?. 712 ? ? . New York ('II The ? !???? \ d v 1 1 - Ne? Y-rk r When Buying ng Turkey To-day ns to I f*nfl'*rn**ss, 1 hen thr Kind Used anil Necesnary its for it ?poonl il of shr? dded pai slej. half I 1 spoonful ?ii ground poull teasponful snd s hall of sail and paprika to last? This Ivi rather :i di j dressing and .-'?tin li ni 1 "t *at<, 1,, .,,,a ,,, ,, .,:iSt, I maj be sddi ?i If ?? moist dn m ln| Is ,?!?? , ferred Oyster Dressmq. ? 1 ?ne quai t of oystei wl required foi ai .?i?ii!i n \ si/..?i iui ki Orate Into ; 1 mixing bowl foui large 1 upfuli ol bread crumbs, add ?t heaping teaspoonful 1 il. .? --.ill poonful of 1 ell rv sa:t i ! pinch of pos den : n ai ??. thi drained 1 i" st.r - leithei 'i o; ped or a hole) a salt si.n tu 1 of *.?. Lit?- pepper, one tsblesi.n? I lui of choppe 1 ? ? ?? tsblespoonful of melted butter snd half s teacupful each ol sherrj and 11. si Mix I the Ingredients thorough!) before using Roaftinq the Turkey. I In roasting the bird be sure that th? n', 1 n is vei ?. hot *.*. hen It la Drat put in, so that th? heat aill seai bvei th.?t?i?l" I ??nt.01 .?mi thus retain ths Juices end ' M.i 01 A '1 excellent plan Is to turn ths I turke) o>i 1 m the pan aIth tii?* b 11 I ? iippermost during ths lirsl hour ol roast? Ing thus keeplni the breast moist and ! tender, then it tnas be turned over and the roasting finished In the usual manner. 1 Thin alices ol aalt i"'ii< ma* i??- laid ?uros? the breast and some housekeepers ? prefer tins, ??ith? ugh If ti?- bird ts placad I snd turned In pad as described this is not reellj ? ? atan Allow ?ii??<ut 1 three hours foi ? ' felve-pound turkey t<> ma t, and regt ? ',1*' ,"''',, otiai the ' first hall hour, sn that the meet will ? 00k ! thorough!) : ltd ;? rich, crtap brown skm 1 will result Baste regularly every fifteen 1 minutes .?mi before the gravy forms In j the i?;m a little melted butter and hot 1 watei ma) be poured Into the i>??n and 1 us ,1 1.1 the basting Sprinkle tha bh*d i with ??.it, when n hna cooked for ebon* 1 ?m,, hoar, hut if pepper is added, n should I be sparingl) ueed J"**' ?before the cooking K uni ihed In turning ths turhejf while COOklng never |?i?i??- it with :? l??rk. I tins permits the hiice to em ??!"' 1 muKTM\a i.iits. Tlic r<*iil I'm rl?. ?I) lev m. a? oui sel? ? '*?a n? 1. a .il i" ?.or 1 in. 1,1 1- .?t i'" b ? ' \, alwaye, aa a?lj keep lb? newesl moat nrtqu- snd escluslv? designs from lb? best 1 > t, 1 - ,,, .?rniiiii. m-. Haras, \?-iv? t nreklacas, tangs seta brilliant shoe . , tn our srtlcli - rs mount*?! Mlth Miniii Diamonds estrs reinforced brill ,,,,? Porte? Hi?*?-ii.-*. m? n? ii' -1 ?P ,,,,,.,. 1, m rrsi ?--?'n- Hoi? depot f?v th. . . I. t.i nieil Kxi"1?* iwrfuine?. -a. I at BOW? ,1. ., 1..11. 1 \?.ii**t?. rous.ft handkerchief "?tracts A F. -IAMMKS. ;,l:l lilil? Avewi n?*ar ISth St. ANCIENT WAFFLE IRON DOES DUTY AT MEETING OF S. C. W. Many Member? Do Justice to Christine's Interpretation of Mrs. Rusf-ell Sape? Recipe at Annual Opening of Waffle Season. The S. ?' \\ had Its annual buaineBB meeting reaterdaj st th? Sew v?>rk l"\ change for Woman's Work From '.' loci until -' '" the members, several ; .' "?? ,1 of them devoted themaelves arlth :?? it earneatneas to the business, which ?insist?,i of the eating of waffles. Of cours?. they weren't nit eating all the time. Members rame, ate aa many waf? ts they could aad departed, leaving the little round tablea In th? Dut**h tea? room clear foi other members, who wait? ed with their mouths watering foi the rj handiwork of Christine, the flwed-l iah , ool ''"i the s C. W. la the Bodety for the ? '?iis'imptii.n of Wafflea, and yea lerda) the open season for wattles ?began ? ?i course, wafflea pre baked snd esten in nth? r places, bul you urc not an B, C w membei unleaa ?";i repslr i*ellg ions!?, to tins ?Dutch tearoom aomewhen about noon on the la?t Monday In ***"-, ? ?"? k? 'i b* ? 'luis ; t". from a recipe preeented t,? the eg chang? M - Russell Bage, on ,. i I.on that la i.'-o years eld. This grand-1 mother of waffle iron*, hat? h??en doini* duty for the B C. W, for a quarter of a century, and i? quite their most precious possession other BOclStleo have gavels from th?? wood of historie trees, ami aO on. The B. C, W. has a waffle iron WhhSC very hol***s, the numbers maintain, con taln air that is sup? ri >r to the air that resides in the holes of other waffle irons. Mrs Helen ?'mild Sh? -par?! is one "f the .?"ti-.- members .?f th.- s C W, sad Mrs. .lohn Ast?,? is another. They couldnl attend ?nss meeting yesterday, so by sp?' etni arrangement with Christine, the-*ook, they had a meeting of their own last Sat lililay. and p?-i formed the rite of eating Well, Christine couldn't r??member h??w man) waffles it was. The s c, W. is not an exclusive OrgantSStton, and contains many typea of people, except, of ?ourse, thej are all hound together by a common lev? foi wafflea v??u <!,. not have t" pay an) initiation fee, hut it .usts _,*. cents I each tun?* you eat a waffle. Mexl to its at cent waffle iron and I r'hriatlne, the .o?>k. the s C W. prize? i the recipe-given by Mrs Sage It is very ???imple? the simplicity all truly fin" thinKS have, <'ne guar? of Sour, <>ne pint of cream. six e?gs don't tell Mr? Julian llsath Ol ihe Housewives' league?one plu? h of salt, one tahlesix'onful of sugar. Of course, much ?>f th<* secret Is In the mixing. It Is th?- comhinntion of Chris? tine'? twenty-live years ?if experience? for she has been UMTS twenty-five years? with the old waffle lr??n. the age-worn smoothnens ?>f Which Is imparte?! to the v .unes themrselvea Brown they are when the) eome to the taMs known and tsndsr and puffy, ami piping hot And. eaten with butter ami maple syrup? or. If on? prefers it. cinnamon and sugar?they cer? tainly make it seem worth while to he hag to the S. C. W. Daily Bill of Fare. WEDNESDAY. BM KKSf xsT < ir.ms" Jale? attained Hnmin*. i'rean H.tked Rausages in Crast Casts gptdei Oon* '*Mk?- coffee i.i KCHBOM <*iiii k?n Boullloa in Capa I'racker? i h ees? Souffle Ptraesto s?n?!?i?*iies i.? itu?e .-m?! v? ??I gated ?'l<l??r Apple Shu' ?' focoenut Jumliks T?a IMNNKP ? ild-fashioned V?C*tabl? Soup spin.i? n and ('bopped K*k Broiled T??n?l?-rl?>in gtMb with Paisley liutter l.vi.nr.il-, I "., t.? ? ?? I drap r Hit Sal.ul Toa?t?d ?"rnrker* Preach Fritters Vaallla Mortage? sauc? Coif?? Y.W.O.A. Members at Wedding. Alth'iueh Mis? ,re.?sie Woodrnw \Vlls"n Is actively Interested In Young Women's Christian Association wort she was obli?ed to limit the invitations to her wedding taai t.? mewbsta of this organi? zation t?i five of her most intimate frier 1s Miss Kltzab.'fh Imdge, chairman of the Northeastern field committee; mi?? Mabel ''nitty, general secretary of the national board. Miss l-oinse BrOOhg. ?ecr? tar* of the department of conventions and con? ference?; Miss Louise Holm'pilst, execu? tive of the department of method, and Mis? Hertha i*onde. national student ?e?" retary. These five will attend TAGGART CALLS ON WILSON. Washington, Nov. 24 Thomas Taggart. . National <'ommlfteeman from Indiana. WIM a U hite House caller to-day He shook hands with President Wilson and discussed Indiana appointment! with fee retarv Tumulty. $100.000 BEQUEST TO "TECH." Hoston. NOV. 21 An unrestricted gift of noe.OOO to Maaaarhiawtfa institute of Technology by the will of Krederick W. Emery, of Boston, was announced to-day ? lifts to the institute this year amount to more than MMM m MISSOURI MEERSCHAUMS. I ram The Buffalo Courier Missouri ?till maintain? her lead In th? manufacture of corncob pipe?. The out? put for the state last year was M.I71.tR </\> NOW 85 CENTS! Most any retailer will now sell you WRIGLEYSk. SPEARMINT by the box v F \ tor 85 Cents! This famous confection that's liked everywhere? that benefits everyone? that's constant delicious and inexpensive aid to teeth, breath, appetite ?and digestion ?is now selling for less than a cent a stick ?by the, box! Take it home tonight! Ws clean, pure, healthful if it'sWrigley's _ The great popularity of the clean, pure, healthful WRIGLEY'S ___5_ZE2_^ is causing unscrupulous persons to wrap rank imitations that are not even real chewing gum so they resemble genuine WRIGLEY'S. The better class of stores will not try to fool you with these imitations. They will be offered to you princi? pally by street fakirs, peddlers and the candy departments of some 5 and 10 cent stores. These rank imitations cost dealers one cent a package or even less and are sold to careless people for almost any price. If you want Wrigley's look before you buy. Get what you pay for. Be SURE It's WRIGLEY'S. We ?re inserting the above caution solelv to protect our customers, who are continually ?writinst us that taev have been deceived b>?* imitation? which they purchased thinking they mere WRIGLEY'S.