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DOGS OF BLUEST
BLOOD ON PARADE B. H. Throop Carries Off First Honors with Herta von Ehrengrand. PHILADELPHIA SHOW COMES TO AN END Bob White Lena Gets the Call Among the Setters?Line-Up First in Terriers. , : ?..-.' e? T! e Tribune 1 .. March I 1 he parada of ihat. : wl V clcasd the show of the rhe St 1 l.-rtn ultural 1U?1 ? us BOt in the least like the ordin-i ? ? i a parade Is aupi osed . bul these champions stood The only parading they did vv ? . the ring. then iv ma, |emi to miike this parade ? f variety rdsuss, and thh t IS thl re W? re BO UB ? Chami " B all breads were in the '"Pton strode into the the difficult tasa of ting half a dosen of the bey. apecl ' mop showsd his wonder? ful i ird d'^ir. i lei ta vos BJsispgrtiTrfl, art'l the flrst special which Mr. Hopton handed ont went to this Bares lookr I contrast t?> Herta was the ? |i i winch Mr. Hop ,on , . r si enta Misa h h rarlett'r- chSBIplOB Kosemat y Little Pal I v i.'.ui. ti. her and ? s il O Van Hsoaen's sinpion I ri.uine, was re er. logs cl smpton Drsani rentaiir a I '? ntaui wai only. I'or reserve Hnptun chose AllsOB M. l-ed . harnplon Florence Brtnnda, the ?il appearing only In the mm Lais. ???:-!?-? Leeds Une-Up wss first Ijiie-T'p Is S si'letidtd little wire ha!r?.i io?c terrier, which won the ap< ? ( the i ?? ? 'i He la Ow prop A. Zooa -'. i Leedi ? and Ten ? rks Ludwig brought his two splendid ' inss into the ring, a hen ? ?er?- Trina von Weisman, a big fawn, was Freeman b chotes when he Judgi <l the breed, aii'l he placed Piedor, a gorgeous harle? quin Mr. Hopton re - in the biial round-up, chc the VrlBBei ?ian for reserve. This WSS 8 popular - ;?? ctatora pre : the brnilaal spotti d coat of 1 natura had e.| tl <* [>: - G, Taylor, who judged setters, re for those who fol ISVed ' by ehoos I I every on< ipposed ? ? ? v..,.. - g. the dogs for their ktng qualife-. ting a I tih called Bol> White Lena for - I and l^ena U a decld.< iW f pe William Bavory, who did tieid spari - ? spaniels, pronounced the colleetion an extremely good on?'. MrSL 8 BOW Belcl spaniel ed Ll i Banker, and ted him for the winner in ?o Mrs. E. E. Marshal!'?) I Rowland. Banker Is a beautiful dog. with pedal sztrtunltles thai IW the ? His i at is bla'k roe] wav thai >? of the female contingent Hopton told a good p.tory on I .. only prov?s? he, .?aid, how la *"or any one who Is not to realls a In? Mr, Hopton placed the EngUsh bull ? '.im? was < '?ion'. ?hampion Beaming Belle and Thomas BhOCh Now Mr .Hopton had conUBeated on the dogs re ? ited a d'oidcd pref Mr. 1/awson's bitch in all of I ^si reviews Ui ? In umatances, be 'or..* M ' .vardon a t1r:;t clas;. sport - bet?re him, and, to hts own UBS to examine th?? iwe matronr, lie found that he mm h | re? };? rurdi g I ?'?> to Bhorsbaa * Beaming Btlle la a little Amerhuan-bred S8M C t. <*, b?rt of the get of charn pior. Baro:i Beaming. Beho eomptcted k?r rhSBifdonshlp before sh? wa? b tut of L.fe puppy c'.asa. fcihoreham Shock ?n I Lsatherbread Perfeefon and Bt v ?' rtne'B Electli r T. Stern captured SVerytl Bg i Me early hlni ? De ???"'? Troubadour, which won at the Pal? I ? . as he 1 I ? I srhsswvar ha i*> h h own. Troubadoui I Batpt'.n Nonnan Earns Bymi ' which Holland Btl ? In the matron di ? Mr. Mc*Ca-?r4llSh'S choi -e ? H ->el . |ub ?how 1 ri '..- :,re r. ei ni Importa*. ?? I th.? BS Si ' t their ? ^OR COURT TENNIS TILT officials Chosen for Gould Covey Title Match. ? '. ? ? agi tents ?/otid championship court tennis ? and ' i i ? sring, of I lbs nid'' I . l.'Jgar . a II ' Sil the ta'.llH. '..ins Will .'<? ' Weat Side Wins Odd took the odd gasBe ! As ? < !..i, Bowlln : ? ? ? . pin ? - ? ?/ it l?4 ITS '?2J ' ' ! '; I ? - . - C-aflin Harvard Hockey Oapt.un ass ? i.i ' ? ? i ad cover | ' fi ' ~~ -1 Hummel May Join Yankees "l^ina Mm** Hummel, utility Inflrlder of the Miprrbas, may play ?Ith the ITankeo? this ycur. It ?leirloprd ?esterday thai waiter? had BSM asked by the llrmikl?n rluh. but Trunk I bailee de? lured Ht the ?amp of I he *?iiiil,rrs ?rsterdiiv thai he could iiv ?'I^iiik John" ami had refused to waive. B? Hummel mir b? i??v?d from n life with the BStaora or the outlaws and IB? to help put the lankrc? back on the ba-. Lull limp, CROWDS HEAR CALL ?OF GREAT OUTDOORS j Vacation and Travel Show ? Sounds Note at Grand Central Palace. W ' III pile? of th? "beautiful snow." severs! day? old, piled high and alowly redoclng Itself Into puddles of Blush made one ?render fuel why is winter at all, the lovers of outdoor life had another chance to step into th?- wlldernesa when the Travel. Vacation and Bnortaman'? Bbow opened it Orand Central Pnia'-e yestar? sftl moon. Thousands Of silver birch an.) pine - tur:...; the building where hist week pich of the canine s ortd yelped and barked to Its heart'e content, Into a ?rll derness. The mini,.tur.? ponda, tha abira if ths ?rater ri Ible through the un dergrowth added to the illusion, snd on? felt ready to step Into the canoea which embark In pursuit of t he nooat, bear and deer, not t" menUon th? preclotia blach foxes, valued at M5,ooo. These trophies of the cha.-c. mounted m realistic p.iscj, w? re ?hipped f-mn all tors of the globe Many were s.i re? alistic thai they seemed read] toll tin roach of man or apring Into battle, Invasion of their domain. ?r? . ? c w? re tl ? i irllng wolf, the ?linking mountain lion and timid, liquid eyed deer. mount, In which a timber wolf, gaunt of flank and iron of Ja***, tear? savagely t the I t of a w hit? tailed buck, sp? ed to man] and wai a c< ntre ..-i throughout the afternooi Stretching aro des of the build ? the ? I rand on of the Colorado, and BOCtion? of the anota peaked Blerras, the Adirondack MoUl I . d other p!ac- where the lug game 1. to 1? fourni arc depicted. al exhibits of canoes, troul rod-, al itgut and ? amp . |Ulpmi its W hlcfa ate so W4 11 known to all lovers of the outdoor life. The champlonahlp trap ahootlng and fly ? ng competitions begin this afternoon ? m the roof. Fifteen teams each of five m< n, engaged In practice ?hoot The markanten Included it- I* Bp its, th? amah pion; Keaf Ap? ear, the provisional champ:"". T,r. Saner. 11 ? - and many others. The ihootin? t on litlons were pro ad far in advance of those at Indoor ?s. ti a light was perfect both in lay and evening and the air absolute? ly pure and free from powder smoke. I?r. - WSJ high gun, with a run of forty ota? Aral twentv .- without s break, tha flrst time alnce the Madison Bauare Oarden show in ltffe that fbe feat has !re?i achieved -? CALL FOR ARMY NINE Strang Takes Charge of Squad and Orders Indoor Work. West Point N. Y . March i> Sammy Strang, former Utility player of th.- Ci? ar i . antved bore today to assuma charge of the Military Academy BBS? ball squad He will instruct the candidates In ths " until favorable weather per mlta th? uro of the academy diamond. The flrst gam? of the Army schedule '* Bet tor Baturday, Mar?-h 28, v. ith the Rit gers College team. Edward H. McBride Dead. Buffalo, Mut-eii ?- Bsjarard K. MeBrldo, ?two yaara old, aidel ? known throughout the state a- a sportim; writer under the namo of "Hotspur," di-.-d here . fo lowing an opsratlon for a throat on HUGS AND SUNDER IN $10,000 SUITS Mrs. Baumann Alleges Henry W. Nicolai Tried to Kiss Her. HE DENIES CHARGE IN COUNTER CLAIM Both Live in Brooklyn and Are Well Known in Dog Club Circles. Hearj W Nicolai, chemist, of No. 464 77th street, Brooklyn, trcasurir of the Maltese Terrier club, is suing Mrs. Made Kauinann, of No. 1 :> 1 ? 7:<th street, same borough, and .secretary of tie- club to re? cover |10,6*86 f"i- alleged slander. Mr.-. Kaumann has brought a COUBter suit for ' ? s.tna amount, in which she chargea Nicolai with plai in? his arms STOUItd her atid attemptlag t<> kiss her during th.- ab? sence of her hlBSban i from home. Mrs. Daunsann Is arsll known a? a dog fandet and i.- a member "f many kennel clubs, and her petM have captured a do/.' n blue ribbons si d-nr show-:. Their latei'ssl in canines cause.i them to meet frequently as Officers of the Maltese Terrier Club. Ml?. Hautnatin aUsgBS that in the spring Of 1911, whlll her hUSbaad vvas away on bUSlneeS, Nicolai came to lier home, to consult h.-r on buslnSBB pertaining to the dub, and while there threw his srma nd her and tri-d t'i klSS her BBS says she >-i,i?.;..,i his face and ordered him from tl ? 1 ... ? Nicolai denies the charges, snd In I complalnl allegei thai Mrs. Bauatann told ti.e story "f the allegad kissing lacidi el at a dinner k?>?'i by Dr. 'William Hi.ok bun s snd r> psati d it at a nrieeting "f tin Maltese Terrier Club held at tin honte of i '.- i; H B? hn ndsohn, No. 104 H? Plac . Brook!] n HurthiT allegation is made by Nicolai that tli?' storv reached the last sh'iw of the Westminster Kennel Club, held in Grand ?'entrai l'ai,ne. ami that his repn tation Buffered severely, He assarts that the atory tin.illy rea. lud the ear.?-: of Ins wife, who left him because of it Mis. Baumann alleges that Nlcolsi cir? culated atorlea about her, stating that -^he had fall-d t" **a] her dues in the Maltese Terrier Club, when, as a fact, she owed 'not a c.-nt, and that because of her n serAing his sttempted fanrlllarity with her he refused t" swsrd a prise, won by her dogs, which had h. ?n offered by him. TJie papara In both actions were Bled yesterday in the nfu.n of the County ( 'hi k in Kings Count] . WOMEN ON WOMAN'S NEEDS Will Discuss Them at Meeting! of Robert Collyer Men's Club. "What Woman Wants'* Is to be dis CUSSsd at the annual "ladies' night** of the, Robert Collyer Men's Club, to I ?? held Tuesdsy evening at the pan. h bouse of tin- Church of Hi?- Messiah, Hark ai nod ;;itli stn . i Speakers win Includs Mi' Mary Jenney Howe. Mrs. .lames Leas l>aidlaw, Ml I Ines Milholland Bolssevaln, Ml American, Henrietta Rodman, Blorani M. \\ li ?? snd Cilr.?rt I! Hoe. The dlSCOSSlon will consist of lath of ten ralautsa or less guettions from the nee wi'l be answer? d by Mrs >' vain. The meeting is to be open to the publie. | FOR OLYMPIC SOCCER TEAM Football Association Plans to Further the Work. The Olympic soi t committee of Um United BtatOS of America Footha" I ? elation organised for business yssi ; t s spsclal tneetiag called by Dr. O. n. Mannli - V nl "f the r s. a K. a . at the Broadway Central Hotel for the purpose of discussing ways aid i - for siraaglng to havs an American team take part in the ?'lymph: Sanies a? Berlin in (glf. The tnenftera of the trasmitios trutllned a plan to obtain the necessary ??;-,.; tin,na o ths trip. It Is also proposed to iiold preliminary trial Rames througboul tli?-. ."'lnir.v '..r tl..- purpose "f weeding out tie vari..;.- candidates t"r- :'? the < ?lympic team. tl the . i" '? "f tie meeting anriouBce roent was made that this country would placo an eleven in the, intern itiohal I I W" ; ea r;i ),? Awards on Last Day of the Philadelphia Dog Show .a, March 5 -The award? th? wtnnen ? i aa al the big dog si i'j-liy wi ro an follows; '.'? . ? Bwma ..?.?Won , n't lM ?? ? rvr, Jk ' ' i , ? . ? 'A or by Ch? I.udwiK'.s Prias ?. n vv*l roan; r???rv*1 Ch? . .... i itches) VI ? n Ki nnela' Kiaa M ?f Wtet bourn? . ogi, Won by p I .? * - hM BO] . r? ?t-i n i i ?a,(, j- s. Lauiadown? l? odora Hi dogi ? Won bv Hob Wl I ? "A nit? Rifle; r???ji r*. I.. , ..i... ? V. on by 1 roe prim, r??*nr*. I ; . h ? ins Vail? -,- s ? losa) n i m ?.. m . ;:.? Il; renn *, i ?.; . ...,l. ? tteri t Itcbe?) w on ? b ^'- lit? l.eu.i. !? . i | ? I . TfVoti by Pt Re? oui? Won i , . kuati Narr ? '?' ? t.. ra er .;?, tla.k.?W by 11 i ??? i i". raaerv? . *r i other H' irrett'a ** e?bour ? ,- Ri ?I anUll . I P he?, bU-Hl % i.. ? liarl** it? t> Ai'ii-a of r.-i 1. Ix-Mv ? Prln. -i ? I < Inks ?i i it I..-W i la? ; ... ? . I | i ??butant? ?... ,,i, by T. 1 ? ? ? r ..-, T I' Hot VI.? ?Mai . 'A on I ? VA ..! ? . : K< ? ? ??>' llalnor Tell) Ho; '? ?IP? i id?*?Bte** " ? |i h,-., W?M Ml* II-.i ... ? liirlul? . -, ,i,,,- i n ..i i. Mrs n r M< ? i h i i-.- I - . i>.ri \>.ri Park. ; , ? r. bit? ii""? We* ? .' it i v. - r . i 1?re v..n K?nig?' ? t Wen iv fmii ? i m pic . r- amina B*H*i >? i rr r? ' vv i,*r , ?han il ? ibull i? rrl?ri -, i.t i. t . ? < ? ?-. . i ? \v Pagi in VIM i .. ? laaa HI fbtill ?.-??? i I ten?* I -'?'. *n I ? . ? ? t i lartol dog?; w.,n ir ? i | i ? ? lohn ? ? i. Mec il ? t>...,..?? a--. 1 ' .. - f l Bm - tanisrs; Utabae) won bj M.< On I.-' ?' ; ;? ?.-..line J. ??'. lo"'.?, Siilu u t>ofai Irla. ?Claafl 411 nox i-rri-rs; ?raOOth; dw i-f.on by ?;-<i-L?. i' i ?Jab?n? I;..' ?.?..-. u...rt?b r Brown'i nabln* Rexonkui Cl??* 417 . ? i' ? ? ? r , .-:. ? | ? I -Won by Ueorg? i I ? ? ; .- ,t :< n?; i ; u. it ii.KHi-r?. n'a Viola Praii I Ciaba 4-! (fox terrleir;; Wlr*-balr< I. dogsi? Won by C A. B, Zook'a 1/ in Una I P '* ?i' H Hiker*? :.>.mti. ; R< ? laaa 4.r? ifox terrien; wir?-haired; i.it.h*?i? Woo by i>. ::. Rlker*i < aid? r Ban? i Inderella; .-, i?. c RHcer** Caldi r Ba Ctas? i'..' iSeotti h terrier*; dag i ? WeRor T, Btarn'a Early Bird Troubadour* ro ?\\ alt i o ? K< Mnci'; Wi 'i tare ? DGl (BcottUb terrier?; btteh?a) won by v tcr '? Stern'i Baptcn Beryl; reaarr?, Mr 'i'lirolore t ?fferinan'? Wt.ln I t*l* ?- MS (W?ai Highland ?/hit? terrier*; doe**>?Won bj Or* wwich Kenn?!?' i airo ivrn. r..--.i\r, Mr. ahefflold Pbelp*'? .aim J'.. ??i.u-i. i.'.'. ?Wert HlghUn >?'?-. ?rrler*; bitch? . va on i v. i. | . ? Row bud '?-?... Ml r .1 , . , i 1, Wnlpole Wttl CI* ' terril Won I Mi P 1 v. > '., ? :: ? 1 ;r din Bonne! and ?; d? Copptt - ? I Wlndmar* Winaod?. . ?, ? tai (Datadla Dlnn?ont?; dog?)" Woe by i- ..'??.. . r> aflald .-, Alpin !<?? ordor < ? , .... (Dandle Dlnn ont . bib tiaa>?Woa by lyincwoo 1 !'? , . ? - . Uu HI 1 Bodllngtoo l*n Ii r> tin-he*)?Woa by Mr*. Guggenheim'? | . at? . ?1 ? Robert Ouggei I'.r.-- ?? Ulv*i ?i..-, :. .i :... ? and t?n M ? arriara* doga) w..n Py Alf. Delmont' i-. Impara ti.. ? lai IS fM ".? h? ? ?? r fu ? -T". on bj lit rary P. Mi Kaan, Ii '. vv n . 1 I'?. Imp? rvlon.H. do* ?-- ". 1 .: I y VV . I '. ; | ?'. .... I ".I - W "II t-v I ra - 11 Add) man'* Wall? nd'? W. >g?>? Won 1 II 1 ; Pariott'* 1 1 am.pl. n i:- - ? Pal; ? ;n-< n . ??? t.. ? ' 'naiKn i'laaa ?? (ruby ?pan 1*1 . bll he*>?Won by Mi ? liarle? II. Kp ???" \ hton Mor? I ? ? , Min II I null II < i. . I 111 VV M,, I..-..1 Mai Lood I 1*0 ? ., s ?.i i (to) poodh i; bitch**) Won b N 11 .i ; . - P ?at*??. ? ;?!!-? 1.- . le; ? ?erve Mu? Fletcher? rietcber*? Baby l?o:i. . I? ? ... - (M ilt*?* lerrii Won bj v ..... il. P*rrln??'? P? rrlni ? Mj I Mis Wwtn II PerrlB?'? I'.-rrlno'? Tin? a (Malta** I rlai bll ? v on by i . ?.. . .,-. v . orfcl :. - ? ? : hill'i ' ? , 1? ... ? ? . . ? ? ? 11, r >. ?lofs j,,i in....?? Won by Mi- D McNebb'a Prt? i in*i ? i , -?. i ? ??? ?I*; do? ? Won bv Iron City K?nn*lff !??"> City Hoi il? ri??rva Mi . Howard Clarki i i tapthorn? .i Iffon* Bi ? - ? ttnri i i ' ' " ' ?''?" . Hallan nr?". Iioun I?; dogi "n'l mi, i,,., u.i. b) Mi- Jam** it. Wllll* ...,, Vivian; r? >?rv' Mr* I ?" ??? ? ' ASK $2.07 TO SAVE GIRL Women's Meeting Held at the Home of Mrs. 0. H. P. Belmont. *i meeting for the purpose, of Infere ? women in the bill providing for women Judges in the Children's i'ourt was held yesterday afternoon at the home <;f Mrs. O H. P. Belmont. No. 177 Madison ave? nue Tho meeting was called by the "Women lawyers' flub. Mrs. l>an': t'othren. of Brooklyn, presided. Addresses were made by Professor George Kirch Hey, of Columbia University, and letters were read from Judge Holt, of the Ih!l dren'B Court, and from the head probation Officer of Chicago, testifying to the need Of women officials to deal with the girls who ,-ome before the court "There are 2,M0 girls arraigned in the courts of New York City each year. The Coal of two women officers will he $?,,000, making a cost of B6JV to save each girl," Mrs. i ?otaron said. Mrs Inez ayilhollsnd Bol ase sa In vouched for the Mayor's rympathy with the pro? POSal, and quoted from a letter he had written lift- recently replying to lier ap? plication for an sDPointmcBt In the court lof Special Sessions to succeed Judge Ryan. The Mayor replied that the only I reason he could not appoint her was that, I owing to the* pressure of public opinion, j ho was reappolntlng Judgo Ryan, as It j was his policy never to dismiss a good pubUi Bsrvaat, whatever his politice. Repr?sentatives of many women's clubs were pr. sent, including Miss Una Gano, of th<? Interborough Association of Women Teachers; Mrs. John Fowler Trow, Mrs. Costal Eastman Benedtct, . Mr?. Harriet Johnston Wood and Mrs. Eugene. Raye Smith. Hettera and teh grams will be aent to the Manhattan representative? in the legislature, urging them to vote for the bill. NIGHT VIEW OF GOWNS | Extra Showing Due to Inability to Accommodate Crowds. Owing to the impossibility of accommo? dating the visitors at the Faquin "Kxi>o fcitlon d'Art" in the Ritz-i'arlton in the afternoon, an'iouncement was made by M,me. Jo:rc, Mme. Pnqu.n's sistcr-ln-iaw, who has brought over the Faquin gowns, that there will be a display to-night from 0 to 11 o'clo'U The afternoon "salon" Bill he at Ml o'clock. The PaCfSin Exposition at the Rltz <'arlton will terminate, to-morrow. "MINIMUM WA GE for WOMEN $12.00 per WEEK" THOSE WHO ire interested in iniprovini, the conditions under which x great throng of women work in New York can help that cause without cither expense or inconvenience. "HOLLAND'S," at 30 West J4th Street, is a delightful tea room which was opened lor the sole purpose of denionstratint, that a business of that character can he lucceiafully operated la New York and still pay a minimum 8/age of ? 12.00 per week to the women emploved. YOU CAN ENCOURAGE this Commendable work by lunching at HOLLAND'S, 30 West 34th Str?* Midway between Waldorf-Astoria and McAlpin. Good Features Good Reading Gotham Weekly Gazette?F. P. A., Editor. I lie Last Wo*,] m T'rovincidli<Ti! Read it You will feel ( u!tiir'-il and superior. Briggs, Sporting Cartoonist. II e Days 1 I :' rt A Tale of Blood and Thunder from Mexico. rhe <?????? I graduate l:\mg on a cotton plan tatii 11 ' " '? 1 "? that surpasses fiction. Ad? ture, starvation, murder, nuke up it-, sum total. A Reporter, His Nerves Shattered, Returns from the Treasury Building at Washington. He B'g8 piloted through myateriotta van'?- reeking with money, rot on? ing momgnt he clasped a pack? age conl $4?V He's bo g.! for anything now. Laying the Panama Sea Tracks?Great Expecta? tions in the West Indies. If tin greal ships that pass through the Canal touch at thee islands former glorie-, are 1 mfidently looked tor, -* vi! I? pre tige and commercial prosperity. Cecil Rhodes and the Historic Bucketful of Dia? monds. ? pire maleen are >l item ?tuff, snd no incident in the life Cecil Rhodes better illu trates ihr- fad than the episode i.t bucket snd diamond Is Albany to Become a Seaport? \" apparatus has been devised which makes |.ible the navigation ol frozen arateri its u?r will transform \lbany In the Sunday Magazine: The Cost of Wings Bv BICHARO DEHAN \ powerful storj "' aviation II portraj th< ... tb< i:.,,-, i" constant fear, .ding to ai ' -., opi n ri iw ' - ?-"? and ? oil ". ,-r'' l?g |n t , streets, rosy \>o I . ,. , , ? ? I ? d wliat . about it Sylvia Marlowe, Privateer By CAMPBELL MaeCnJLLOCK. - ' , daughter of s eai Irj hafl Inh ? somi ? ? ; ,'",i!' nan! trait , a you 1 no ? from :. previous story. v\ 1 at Bh? did t" rail'.-.'.' manager , pol? iticians and Judges in ths .,.,,,. of atontoming I ? forth Bntertainlaglj In thl ; tOI in srUcls shout Dr. S. JOS ? tic Mot?n rs" Lea M tli? ROBERTS. The Army of Achievement By WILLIAM HARPER DEAN rtoa prl " for crop raising and for t'ruir canning, award? . Department ..1 lg 1 Iculture I a.v.- i-t imulati d .1 .'1 1 owerful army of indu il 1 :? 1 fonoi s to be he stii\vr-,| Iri tli. ' ? tal. aWail t he v. in. ? Tales from the Road By TRAVELLING MEN. gts mor? p?-iz'? .-.torle? -all el "'it real expert* ncaa They aho* that < omniprctal trav? eller?* can f?-ll koo'J stori?*? In ? as vv ;i as ' ? ? ball . Love Insurance By EARL OERR BIOOERS. ir of ???-, ?,..[ icfiv .1 to Baldpate" Is living up to his reputa! Ion 1111 new story moves swiftly toward a dramatic climax after the kidnapping of "ths teal Lord i ' rrowl EPHINE BAKER, orfrnniz?*r of CHARLES O. D. In the Woman's Pages: When Is a Mother in-Law? (Mus.) The result of ths Woman's l'orum Investigation ifins to show that "ti ere sin'l no em-h .,.,?? . i ? Can thi I '? .i" ?' How My Work Led Me to Think That Women Needed the Vote By LILLIAN D. WALD. Th?* "Jane Addsms ot New ?? ? !i<-\. - that v? ..men 1 something to contribute ??i tin 1 t that men vvh.it M . Are Women People? By ALICE DUES MILLEB Bparhling comment on th* Baylags of ii,pt\ and women ? r nee ps??? The Fashion Cat la Out of the Bag Lui ills ??lan?er. ? h0 ' noa I woman hhouid t-il- how the new spring f.--hi in- can be adapt? ed. Striking illustration? by V. T. P Also "Tin; LO'i OP THE LIGHTHOUSE." "LENTEN MK Nl ' ?NP i:ia 'IPES." "AT I- \ST A BOLUTK ?N OF THE la ?MES TH' SERVICE I'ROlil.KM " In the Children's Pages: Puss in Boots, Jr., Has How Nations Tell Their Another Adventure (lllus. ) Troubles on Stamps (Illus.) II- res 1. s ths - thai nan Tomroi dropped down th? well Ldie and Eddie Are Better y cat ' ; '.. ri (1 Tin Ir little pleased to see their nrat .liv us. ) ?.?ill be vv U11 :? Bpent M o BtSrriSS bv Voting Read ? ;. . I ...?!? snd 1 "ut ?? nit.?. Order To-Day from Your Newsdealer The Sunday Tribune A Complete Newspaper Important Notice P-AQU1N Xa DE PARI5 deep y regret that so many visitors were unable to obtain admission to their "Exposition d'Art" and take pleasure in announcing an extra special exhibition this evening from 8.30 until 11, at the Ritz-Carl ton Ball Room. Collation w ill be served. $5.00 Evening Dress -would be greatly appreciated. Tickets may be obtained at the Ritz- Car/ton also at Ptjr/uin & Joire, j?S Fifth Avenue SUMMONS. BUPRSMB COURT or THI gTATI OF N?w \ork, i:.-,i,'\ Count) Bally 1. ? ?.?irn, l ... Cohen. Mary Cohen, ffiva I v?.r. Frederick ?J. Cohen, also kneera ?a Pre? ?nek ?'?? Coon, plaintiff?, ?Kamst John T. i. i hMiig, tii?> hatra ai law, d*vl*o*a or ?:? ?I ? f kin ?f ?ali Hall. If any, and tlielr respective ..i husband?, if mo. all <.f whom and ? , i.iikn w n ?o plaintiffs. i rtanderakot, widow, M.id i. daught? i" ardaley, ?l*o ? ? lerka Beards..-. de.i'd. a??rg? in Ira ut lau. d< ? - grant**? i ?a or seat of kin of North, if ?iiy, and tlielr re aada if any, all ot i unknown to plalnilffa; Thu Mutual Li(* Insurant?* Com? pany of New York. Willi.on W. Broughton, Guy H. Spraguo. A!?i?n SpragU?, J*UBl* M acid ml. n E. Broughton, lun? Burdl? k. th? m if? of J. C Burdlek, tti?5 name "Jenata" hetng Sett iiam* of to plaintiff*; Ed . and ?11 other having or claiming i<> have ipon th? premtae? derrrlhed In th? complaint, d? fendants. Trial desired .,f Eaa? ? I above named defendant? ?nd eseh of thorn Vou are hereby ?ummonod to answer ?hs complalni t" ? to) ?????? a aop* of your answer on th* plaintiff?' attorney* - v. r.ry I SO I day? aft?l the s this rommona, txcluotv* ..f th? ?lav of per i la ca?? of year fallar* to appear er anawcr |udgm?nt ?rill b* taken agalaat vou by default for thfl rcttsf dernand'-'d la mplatnL Dated, January SO. 191 I n \ 11 h .?. . t.! ra Plaintiffs' Attorney? ' . 100 Broadway, Boi ?-. !.. N v I Ity. ? danta, John T. Hail, if m ins. th-.- heir? ? ??' ? ? ' "i- a?Zl of V.in of ??aid J..'.,u T Ba I, if any. and their rasnoctlvi i i.u?iiaiid?i, if , ? ? . ? .? ? i ? ,- are un? t., pliiintlffL,. Anna .1. liend.Tshot. widow, and Helen <'. * .?.'nor of B also known ?-. Charle? Bc-araslee; George ''? North. If living, th* hi 1rs n la?. ? grant***, ? or i " of kin of - - ? ' ' North, II and ' -r . ?p? stive ? Iva* ..nd hue Il an), all of whom und ?h I SHOWS to plaintiffs: William W. ton, Alden Bprague, Jeaat? M. Moi : ? -i E, Brougl ton, and all other having or claiming to hav? any la aa upon the prembwa d**crlb*d The foregoing summons in ??rved upon vow bv publication, purauant t" an oni-; <-f th? Ronorabl? Henry I Kf-llogg, a .lustl?-? of the Bupram? court of th? State of New York. ?bruary 6th, l'jli, and Sled with th?? ? on the 18th ?lay of K'-brunry. 1914. in thu o?8c? of th* Clerk of the County .?f ? the C - ' - art Houa* in Etlaa vin. New York. Luiou N?W York ? Ity, ???bruary it mil. HATCH a CLUTB, \ttorri*)S for Plain'lf.?. Orhee and PaatolBce 104) 1 H . N?w York . -ti'Kl.Mi. COI RT OP THF. BTATa* ore ^erk ?Fernanda Ktaud Ximen?z, Plaintiff, - ? Stay Robblns, \ f Bradford Bobbins and K<,b??rr William? EVood, ij. t ndanta Summon* 'i rial de?lr?:d lunty of ?uif.iik. ?? nami d Defandaat*: "? ; alnt In in, and to ?*rv* a copy of ??" ir j ...i the Plaintiff*? ittornev within wenty da\? after the **rv1 - of thi? sum , . . iy of servie?; ?nd [ , i ir fall ir* to appear, or answer, -. will be u i !,v .'? , . -, fi r th? r*ll?l . ? ' ' )lnlnr I, July filth. ' WILLI ' U HE v ' ?Ace and 1 In n. No. 108 wi I troot, Borough of Manhattan, Oltj of K?W York lent. 1 hemaa Hinckl-y In? ? ? mon* 1* **rv*d .pou >ou by publication, pur*u?nt to aa .rder of Honorabl.i .tame? ?'. V?ri be low, no of thi JuatlCi i e' ?he Punreina ?'our', at'd th'? 11th dc / of Decembor. 181 tha H."h d?y of December, 1813, In i of th? Clerk "f Suffolk County er :.?y Court Ho.is- Rtv*rh*ad, N*w fork, th* original ? g b?*B lied tn th? said OfflC* SB th? l?i day of vugust. IS1 ' ruary l*ith. 181 i w ii.1.1 IM BHBA, Attorney. Office i Mo 108 Will lern street, Borougi of Meabattau, ?'It/ of New York. I PRKME COURT. NEW VOKK COUHTT? -'.erg. plaintiff, agataSl M I d .^ridant. Hu.": To th.) i ant: You aro ni toned to a ? i th? complaint i this action, and I ? - ? .-? . of >-jur new?r on t1;?, plaintiff*? attorn?) within 20 ? s .if?..-.^ th? ???'. c? of I Nntaoaij ?a f the day of ?arrie?, sud tai - ' our fillure to appear or answer, )udgm*nt -ken against you by default, fur th? ?lief ??mandad in thi tary rth isi I. BKRNAkU !". NATH VN. lalntlff"? Attornay, Out? ?> and Poatofflc? a? drue No ;;08 Broadway, N?:w Y-.rk ?.i?.. To Max Ginsberg: The- forrgolrig summon* ? bervM upon you by publieatl.jji pursuant ?> an order of llmi Nathan Btjur. Jodg? of 1 r New Toft "-'upri-iiio ?"oui;, N,, ounty, dated Februarv 2"- ?14 and filed ith tb? complaint la th? ofBc? of tl f New y.rk County, at Manhattan Boroush, *a \ork. HFRNAPD P. NATHAN. Atome/ f0r Plaintif! g Br..?dv?a-. Mou Y. '!t dt| PROPOSALS. >:.'? FOB CHAIN8 ior CHAIN PENDERH In the Panam? i ^n..! ? r, ?aled propoaala will : at th? oftio, i ' th? G*n*ral Pnn*ha*lng ?.f.nrr, i?ihmian ! anal Coniuiisblon, Washington, l) ?' until I :k? p. m . Mareh 17, ?tut. at ?hk-n ti-ne I ? y ui.l b* or?ned In public, for furnishing I i<- abov? mentioned tun loa, H'^nk-. and Information relating to thi? - \. Dtay b* obtained ri?.ni thi* otTlc? ? th? onTiee? of tl ? ' 1st ,- > i - .1 Mats ?troet New Yorl' Cil llng. N?w ? ?? : - Krigln?-. r Offlees'lri ring ? !?!??: Flttsburgh. p? . ; > -- . ' ?go. Il H ; .-? !.. sjl . \|.. | , ?' oga . m . |or, Corpa t | ?g aeara, t . .^ ,\ MMial l'ur.hn-in^ ? -.' ? - HANGE OF CORPORATION'S NAME OTICTE IH HEREBY ? ,\\ i ? rilAT BRI8KMAN ,v SALOMON, i.\... ? domeatle ' l nn Ipal ; Manhattan i ?W *iork ?nt BUI* of New Y"rk. ?Ill flPPl) at* of S ??? ork at a Hpeeial Term tb*r*vf, to be ?' I hi tb? County Court tloua?, Uirouah r of Now york. en ? ' f Marcl 1814 ?i ten-thirty o'iio.k In th? r- u.U.n of thai day, m a* v?.;i theraafter a? i i ?uthorlclue i' corporatl n ?? change its (-orp?irate nama i BRISKJHAN, KHAPP J (SALOMON IN' New Tm Marcl . mi ' s (IRISHMAN ? HAIjOMON INC ?4AMI BI. BRISKMAN l'r, o t.nt PUBLIC NOTICE. Bt'PREME ' OCRT, A iTlll.l.A I E Y'IvfPl?V ? FIRST DEPARTIS EM IN lilt; MAT TER o: i , . : i ol MANHATTAN? RAILW ?T COMPANY for the appointment of Ihree i.'oiiimi-ssionria to determine and r.-por? ? r additional tm-h? and tu mttea ea tha Ninth Aveiid? Lin? ,,r r.'Ut.. of it* ?hvatfl rrJlroada In th? Horough of Manhattan, in thw i ii. of New ?ii.rk, n? determined by the Fublnr Ser^i ... mml il n ? r tl ? Plrat l>tatrtet of the Bta . ? New foffc, ..light to I* cotiatruote-l* and operated S oui ?venue Additional Tra ki ail Fad ? lUea HL'BUC N'ofl'V IS HCREBT OIVKH th*'. toi .n'-i..ra of tli? Rapid Transi*; Ant, t(-ina ?Chapter * ?f the law? of i?si e?. Btn?j>>.i. Manhattan Railway Company will apply to th? Appellate Division of th? Suf-ratna the State of Mew York in and far th?. Plnrt JudSOlaJ I n ,,aj tuient. at a term tl,?r?e# to be h?-ia et the, Ai>i?:iati? pivwioi, ?'out? 1 .... Madlaon Aver ..? ini?l ...th Stree?, In th? ' Manhattan. < ltv of New York, on the Stta day of March, 1918, a? 10-00 o'cjoek, In th? forenoon of that day. or as noon th?ne ? after k> . otni'.-ei cea be heard, for the appoint. ??i ?tit of tara* commissioners In the sSevs ea-? t preceeaiag to determine ?nd rspert afte* hearlne whether en addition?! truck oi" ? ?nd fu littles on th?- Ninth Avenue Line .'?? of Ita ? evated riilro-uli Is the Ho? -f Manhattan. I:, New York. aa determined by fie Public Service commis ?ion for th? First Distil t of ?' a State of N?w Tort might to he oooetnteted sad or**r?te.i 'I he, papers np.it> which the aforesaid applle? lion " I? are tlie petition of r<al<l Man tattat Railway Company, .1.11.4 the ?th day ni* Pebt-aa**?, 1614, and the siBdavits and paper? .1 t*Ompf?hytSS the ?-ame. .<!l ..f which w.-r? In the oft-.-,, of th? Clerk of said app-i ,i? Division ?..a the 8th day of Kebrsery, ?fit, un.'. In addition Urerete, ajch other paper?; a? ?hah ? .?.e-l t., tho Court by ?alj I'oinpauv said additional tre.k or tn.-ks m.d fach IUe* are BaKOrmtned gj | a'ithort?,ed I,y ?he ' ? ?1 '->!..m tar the Slial i)? trtct ti Its cer-Moate. datad Maj?,! i:> |B|8 n . ?ire deecrtbed therein and in th? papers filed herein an aforesaid With th.- Clerh of tli*. Appetlata Division, and are described g?n?n?ii-, ?^ folles - iron the Ninth Avenue Une, additional' tracks hereinafter referred to 11s NINTH AVg NUE ADDITIONAL TRACKS ?? foUows: A 1 ' tract from a point si 01 11?,. Battei I Green wlel rest, tJu*eneS Oreen? wich itn St, Ninth An v^ ? to lost Street' thence through privat? and privat" proper,' na public streets, to Kighth Avenue ? thr...iK'- Eighth Avenue t<> the Hai ? \ I Stra Nial Avene?. In <n provide for orosalns the siiMi Aveeme el?vale.i rsllread ceavenln? v.i'i, the Ninth ? Uni at that point, the third tr.. !. . end srH 1 m *-*aa*y ? ? approa. h?-? miy r'?e above th? ?xtftlns tra i- I at art eisest , IS* tWi l< -t at* ve theiu. I'roni a point on Kigh'h AveSHN at or near Street to a point at 01 near ll?'h Street find from a point at or near l.'l'nd Street to a M <r Beer 121th Street, the present , m? structur'M may ho widened six fei thereof and the present ti., ka ?? n be ? rmit the re? onstrai lion 1 n locating of the present int'T-track station-. Bui platf..- .--.d at atid known aa the 118th treat hiationn econstree? tlon may be made to allow the expresa an?l local ?rains to ?erve the<;e i-tsflon? from th?!" All the tracks aad ?-tation. niattorms. between I. pe?ste rssjr b? ? ?n struct. Tli? oblect of the nforeeald appllca'ton !? '1 ? appointment of three oomtnlsaloners .... - ifter a bearlNe of ait ?h-? Mid additional - tra^k? and facilities eue t te be ? ?iriHted and aperetSd, ?'id ?-hall report th? ? ? ti.ken to said App?llste .DIvleloa la gether ultli a report of t! eir de?, rmlnatton. which report, if In favor >f the ronstru.-tion -ration of es! i ad track er track* and facilities las fald Manl.ai'en Railway? %in. M Alii ask thai II '*!:'"' fj - ied by tl" *-<!d Court '-?? in lies of t*? ? 6 UBS BBS Sfi of ???id route. Dated v.''*' lork Ftbruery Kth. '?t? MANHATTAN RAILWAT ?'?MPANT ' ? " - U w' A' KENB1 BH. Attorr.?. ?86 Br-jtadwray, Slew Torlr city LIMITED PARTNERSHIP. _, . _ - . ? 61MON ASCHER * Ct36fPA8IT WK. ?;eori*e A. Harris. lallSS A. MarrU 4nd Simon Ascher, th? ? *? ' ?rete, having !? pursuant SB th-, strd t*??s of the .? ? York do h-reby '?rUiy i?r which said par' ? -. t.. t., eoadu ted te "Simon A- at ?*? ... 1 - - county where th*> principal mm la to be leosted h the '-'ouaasi of New v,.,K In t e Stan- ..f New York ??lierai natur? of the bue'-. n<rs?i Intended to I Uaaaaoted I , >????'? par'n?r4 ?bin Is 1 ture sad *-?;- i ' kwl gwH a- i n'A ?.'her kinds '-f wurtn? appar?! Thal theaameaof an the general a ret ^^e,?|al part . r^ Interested therein ?nd ?heK respective ?aa-.**. of resldei * sxe as follows Harrt.?, who re.-ld"? at NO. 81-1 West io7th street Horough of Manhattan. City el ? * York State of New Y'ork. Bas Jullnn A Harris, who resides a?. No. fit.". W. ni", street, Boroasa of Manhattan. Ctty ol New Tora, State of n-w rath, ? gt -...rai parti.er* and .-;?>,. o Aechar, who r??tdes a? lio?ei At.wnia, lh of Meabatl?:\. <"?'? it Mew York, State of New York. Is tho special partner. A!! of ?ai,' ptracn? are of full ag? Fourth That the ?all spa la! | -irtu? Aacher, haa contributed the ?aia if o/.? hurdred Bfty thfflisand ilKVi.cn>') dollar* In cash ?o tho k of tlie limited ; .-rui-. - Up Fifth Thai the tin..- ?? which ?aid limited partn-rshlp Is to Ugln la the ???'h day M .laiiuao'. 191?. end tli? time .it arhlcb UM *?' I ,:rutted partnership is to end is th? ?list day Of Dei ember, 1H18. Dal : thss j7-h 'i-, of fssrssry. 8M4 In presence Of; SIMON A?xJHKR OBOBOa. A. HARRI?. Jt'LIAN A HARl'.I? Stat? of New Tork, v Ity ai;i <'ovn<y of New York, ?>a. : On this 6th ?1?y *)f f*el*-*asry, ir?14. before me *:. ? i-, i ije'.rj;.. v llar"-,.? Juinn A. Harr's <\ Ascher, hi me known and known ?? ? ladlvldualf .'-?'nhed la sad who executed the foregoing inu'rumen', snd -raiiy duly acknowledged to me ?hut they *x- ? ? f r the u.es and put ? ?rein -xpres-.-.' [Seel.] .MAX BPITZCL, No?ary Pub'le New .. '.( ' .'jt.ty, N. T SUte of N?w York. City and County of New York. ss. ; Geotse a Hai ? belne duly asrersj. sevt I am on? of Use a?n?ral partner? rtanied In tha foregoing r-rtirl.at.' of United partnership The aura -: ;? I la said rUSeate to have heen COOtrj eited to tc.e common stock of the limited partnership of 6890001 Ascher t? Coi, . ?i tacher, the ?leelal partner therein named, to wit. une hundred Bfty la ,0-and (6180 OOOl dollar? has been actusll? and lu g. : ', ..? : .sh to ?aid ooinn?on ?lo. k by BSld ?P?vial parti, r ROB A HARKIP Sworn to hefor? mo ?his 6th day of K-brU try. lull [Seal ] MAX BPITZEL li lery rubllc. New York ? ? .. . NT aOVERTISRMENTS AND r>: U~. HIl'TIONS for The lrlhun? iecei\#.J at the I ptown Office. N., 1864 Broadway, between 8Mb and J.tn ata, until P o'clo- k p m. Advertisement? received at the followtas braaea ?ftl, ?* at the resulsr rilen until 8 o'clock p m . vi/ . ITS S'h ave ? ?lie,, l.'th St., IW Kaat Wh ??.: a.' \\ f?t i.A between Ith and Mh avea; 888 Weet l^">th it . ItS Kast liMh ?? , h'So J-l m? ; IT0S 1st a*B., n .11 ^.'th St.