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in divorce suit nr Husson Gets Stuck in Window While Trying to [scape Arrest. LOUIS ZELTNER DRAGS HIiM BACK peputv Sheriff Saves the Day. but f)Cts His Shins Kicked by the Corespondent. at So, IM trest MM .. Deputy pro Louis Zeitner Pr In Ludion itreei Jan . r , snted from Jump? i .: trtment on Bherifl Zelt? I . isly by * ho wa? in the ,. ? ? of Dr. Husson, " he is -.ulng sllenatlon of her thing |E .?? dam '?"_ ?,. :? ? counter ?'?. b? d was preparing _> itar? ? lion of the ? ourt, o . -* tor th? doctoi ? of her $_6 a ??ved at Pr d ?or was opened , i that Dr. Huseon '? Van Nest, b ll I - p il ? led th? tl ? . . - cried Zeltner daab? h grabbed Zeltner I while aha held him ,? h .?? ? l to the 1 athroom. Zelt? Jer fte, followed, and vv ru n room i n Husson wsi I | l . ?? _ a big ' '? ? of '/?? Itnei to sei n Nek to th? , Il . I ? Hu? "n had 1" en Ulf t< rs. Park w? nt to th? .. complaint ____n_l ? t Bherifl arifi nbagen ? was m with an orti ?ir I? ?ira Pai h di pos? ?tHj j,... . Dr. Husson and I ii? took to Lud? .?? itn a l obtained hia csleass. MRS. HEVENOR WINS SUIT Her Storv Outweighs Her Hus? band's arid 19 Others. given in favor o'' M-s .;-_<.? i ii Hevi nor in th? Bupi erne divorc? ?-'lit of . r. it wa? tii?? the I ' ? ig in dis? agree!:: Mrs. II altneaa for ? | n Itneasea sp* ? a the i'i? ?on, Harvey. ? her, ? 1 ? with F. C that waa 1 m by Some of ? ? ? certain about the .'? -, nue to with li : ? . S1.078 FOR CHINESE ART Two Medicine Jars Bring $52, the Top Price at Sale ? ? -- lo'sFll ? and old brought ? ought by G ''ha:t. brought lop prie I extensiv? ?lin fur-lined "dt I ? , ,,: ,,.r Di<|. ' *? ? argent, '"? - ? * ? wley, I.lov.1 1 Ut i? y - . . of th?? ? ' .: ???? Will t.<? sold ? ? . ? Ing. TEACHERS WIN ASSEMBLY Mty-Lockwood Equal Pay Bill Fiases Lower House. . T h e A ssem I r*"''?*,? ' ? quails? ... in the in the N.? nen in those ? - of J.. ? the present _4 ? A En . ers' As? ? Hi- draft ked bard foi u - the '? ' th? '-?.-. ^LD UP ENTERING HOUSE ^e Bdndits Rob,Then Black r*Ck, Edward Hart. home ... . snd two * striking '????'? ' ? III? .. ir.r box? ' ? tlbule ? Hart obed -??i tb4 . . . . ? ii .rl ...'. the ' ' i mar. ? ? ? H? <ll?l ' ?I 1,111k . . ? ' ? . w.,1! . |H?k S-l | , n , ??,,?, ,,n ?era wi.ik..i ?sut n.r il.?- n.m . ? ullfd tpitt. ' ' ?bl n l'I K, , , ' Hospll wm ' *?'. ...... SCENES AT THF. SUFFRAGE FETE. riOrVTO-t?SSt CH'LD WOA'?>?<C Cf= T/r'S ' ? V/O t+/.. SUFFRAGE BREAD RIBBON WON BY MRS. WM. VALET Mrs. Robert Adamson Stood Second Because She Used Whole Wheat Flour?Prizes Also Were Awarded for Biscuits and Muffins at Fete at Armory. The "heiter bread" contest was th great event of the afternoon at the won an BUfl ' ' Which opened yesterds "lei Regiment Armory, interest. the smooth. brOWB loSVSS took precedenc ? ngo, mo?Ion pictures or e\e the aftabilitiei of Nicholas Qrabbyrhed who eeto money M?*- ? ? Cl pman ?Jett, preeid? ni o the Internat onal tVoroan Suffrage Aasocl ation. forgo! vot.s for the moment an. manifest? ? a rial feminine interest i Mra Stanley M?cCormick ami Mn ea H. ?vhiiman assisted Mis. Cal n Judging th? entries. The prizes award . were: Foi bread First, Mrs. Wllllati Valet, end, second, Mrs. Robert Adams?.n For mufllna Flret, Mis? Marion Cram end second, Miss Anne Kmiz. For bis Bt, Mra Kate l-'enton. and second Mis. I'.-.-?? k \\.. "I! most be the of eel coffe? rean . said Mrs Catl in d? m.' perfect loaf of broad "if there h ; nythlng I dislike it is these ana?rr,ii, half baked '??aves. Perfect bread must i.< sweet, of fine texture and baked II a tmooth, regular shaped loaf." Mis Adamson received the apologie? of the fodgl - because they had not award id her Brst prise, I it her loaf was cil whole wheat, Instead of white Hour, she ?aid ene ?li'lii ? min?! That was th?- k nil of bread sh?' "f?.? her Aroman bueband." if h?-- liked it ehe ehould worry about ?< prix? The ,-? i - person in ti,?-? armor: ? bear, He tango? <i with tii?' children, obligingly drank hla cup ol tii'k. is whin? ver so demanded and apolo? gized politely to the etepUutdei wiun he ? tumbled over it lie was led on a yellow cord by Mis Mimes COX, and in spite of LEWISOHN IS AGAIN" TABLE PRIZE WINNER Dinner Decoration Contest at the Flower Show Attracts Society Folk. Competition foi the beet decorated din? nei tf.hie at the international Flower i m the ?".land Central Palac? yester? day attracted eleven entrants, f?om which Adolph Lewlooha, of Ardaley, emerged the winner, repeating his feat of last ?ear and carrying off th?' pnze of MS Thomas Atchlneon, a gardener sa a pri? va:? ?'-t,i??- at Mamaroneck, won the sseead pti/.e of me, ?|*h?- .'??.*? it ?i,try In th<- regular ?lasses foi pan*-n s ?*??'? from Mr. Lewlsoha, ami ? ? ?? greateet ?ii-iiav ol peneiee .1 ri.j vio? let was from the gieeaboueee <?f William Of C itt'.ri'lal?-. Mas- , president Of the americaa Sweet Pee Society. Kur me .,1 . laaw s of this sodet) th? . ?: ?? vv . .? brOUSjbl :?' \ n oBg t he wtnnera ol ftrel pi Is? - '??? 1 ? 1 , Hsrvej a Sons, "f Bl a ?.?I * w in?* John m Barker;' Morristeara, N .1 William Sim Qeerge T. Behune man, ol Rockfille Centre, Long laland, lehn M ?"..ok?-, of Tarry town The visito*-** included Mrs 1 W. Vont 011 bin. Mrs Amory 1 ? ?arhert, Mi H n Headricks, Mra M 1 Moronsy, Mrs T 1 Bouttsrl Mrs Hsary ?'lews, th? ? Slice Snd I" ' I hm.- 1 ? ? lot man. Mi .,? 1 Mi - ' o ?i tlandi Ooda In? Ml 1 \ Ballantine, Mi 1 ?aklej Bhlm Ian? ?i. r. M.* M Bouvier, Mrs. <; \v. Wick? arabam, Mrs ? M latag, the Mi-sea . Mn- M I l-lhii? h, Mi- ' I... I? Ineheaoi.. Mn 0 W ft? id. Mrs Win? tern < lothOUt, Ml and Mi 1 > m Look, ill, IV?, re. Mi and Ml '1 ' ?< Hop , Mi - m \ en All? a, Mrs t r m - m .,. he? ."?'' j ||i ? n w. Hail j ?.,:..? sympathie? expressed m-? dis? plesaur? at being in ?hacklea The white mice received In ? corn pop per'. thi? being rhr- instrument that best combined safe keeping with exhibition purposes I'hi-i'lii. the Intellectual mon key, disappointed ins friends Whether 11 la thst Chl-Chl la en antl-auffragist ar I ? a : : and preferred jumping Into ? real !..?? rather than suffering the frying pan ordeal ar id?- s'iffr.<:??? t.'-'? hai not been learned. Hi? mistress, Mrs Ethel Watt? Mumford Grant, laid the Idea was plausi 11? . ' At any rst?, Chi-Chi yesterdsy morn ins threw himself upon the hoi atove snd burned hi? paw- ?c that hi had to be taken to the doctor ru,.i was uri In - om] 11 ". if he is w< II ei he will be prissent to-day at the nurse?' bootn. where ?killed sttendsnta can watch over turn The women of the Turkish villa created a sensation by appearing in real **ii.-i ? .-?i.? bul they did no? live up t?> theii i iri tc the extent of having cigarette? Mis M i. Ogsn, chief Turk, asid the? didn't ap prove <->r them Th?? heroine of th" booth wan Le -nah Barnett, sged three, a wee Turk in red bioomeri beg pardon, "hsrema ' Leonah divided bei attention between th? dancing bear and a el of Montessori educational toya in th? Italian villa in the evening three companlea ." th? Mat Regiment, commanded by Msjor Walter l.. Dclsmater, gavi an exhibition ?ill They had volunteered timr ser? vice? but they did noi co unrewarded, for after the drill they were permitted to ?lanr? with the beautiful Japanese Turkish end Colonlsl maidena The guardsmen mad?- themselves doubly p"?> uiar with th#? auffraglets b) buying up all thf white mice. LEGISLATORS ACT ON MANY BILLS Appropriations of More than $500.000 Part of Day's Work in Both Houses. n relegrai _ to foe Ti n Albsny, March B The s.nat?- snd I - ?smbty plodded throm-h long oslendera imril way aft?-i th? ?upper l.our tiiis ?VI n ine. In the Kri?t of Mil? that K'?t thnjugh Die? f? nat?- was thai <?t* Senator Simpson to In? rea.?e from BO to '.??? |h? B imber ??f trafii?- policemen In New fork City In spit ?if opposition from Majoritj Leader Murtaugh, th? tenate ales pea ad the Boylaa bill, prohibiting bootblecka pi niK their trod? ?fter I p. n on Bun? ?lav - The i".*.. tltlotM r? ol i i Irepi actl? ?? mi t with better aueeeea in th?- Bensti toda* than the] did in th? ?.asembl* Isit Moi day eight The bill lleenaiag them,whl t. in.- A-s.?ini.lv defeated, passed the upper home? b" a ??>?<? ef 1U i" It, Th? Md ilel i.m?i hiii. licensing naturopstha, waa a'-" passed. unit? hiiiK sre ..?.?.???-??i by the mi di? ai profession Several lar?.?- ai propriatlon bill? also got through the Senate They Included ihn? -_tor Saini'T-s pill which vi,m , rg i by governor Ulynn, appropriating pU.otX i" enable the 3d Dlatrlcl Publl? Bervlc? om? mission ts sppral ? the property <>f the New rorh Telephon? Company In New v?,\, city; lb? bill oi B< n.?t?.i iia rley. epproprtatlag MM-5 tot th? espeneea In , urred In th? ? ffort le k? i Han t K Tl i? Link l?> Il'ir? State, and the Hlaiiwli Mil eppropi latin? >."""' f?" Immi d at? ? ,? ?.,. ,,r the He? Hi * "'?l< < "' ths Port ui Nr* Vork. $700 ..VEN WIDOW AFTER SEA BURIA Olympic Passengers. Led by M Brooks. Aid Woman Who Lost Husband. Shortly after noon on Monday tbe Wh star liner Olympic westbound wee al ??**. (??-?vv n to mete stf-erace v ,?-, while a ] on ?vornan from the steerage, sccompanled *.er five children, Stood on d?-'i; and si her huebend s bod* ? ottalgned to the sea The retarding of the ahlp'e speed i traite.i the attention of ail ?u, board, a when ?he reaeon became known many the sal? .?n and second ?alun paSBOngl went aft to attend the tun. i .! pel flCC. Mi- Alfred Vernal, of London, ? widow, --i.i aobblng beside C B Ls caater, the puraer, as he read the hurl service ovei tii>? bod) of her hushan Her youngest Child, an Infant of s mont hs. w as in her arma Her pilch? eroused the sympathj many and Mra Reginald Brooke, i stet of Mra Waldorf Actor, went to comfo her Mra Hi....' - it.^.i a rollectlon for tl woman snd within two hours recelv? |.? This was augmented by IBM from Collection In th?- s... "ii?l caMn and the $7 was presented i" Mrs Vernsl. The woman said sh" and '? hUSbSl were on theii ws; to Pittsburgh, whei he h.-oi hoped to procure employment in COS] mine A shot t tin I ait. i* I. avin Southampton, Vernal contracted pnei mo ila. The family wa? taken in Kll yeeterday and will most llkelj be or beck t" England -? ALLEGED HUGGER FREEC Many Testify to Worth of Mai Whom Girl Accused. ilfred Orlando, of No. ill] Weetcbeete avenue, who was found guilty in th Night court on Monday of having hugge? Bather Qrossmsn, ? stenographer, all th. way from nth street tc iK-th street m a Lenox avenu.? SUbWSJ train, went fro, i i night Magletrate Marafa believed at array of character witnesses produced hv the prleoner, snd suspendsd sentence. 11 developed the! Orlsndo was employe?! a- ;. landing Sgent for Immigrants by th? Bleuie Americana Steamahlp Companj represented In tins city by Pierce Broth? ers, of No it Better) Pisco Theii Iswyer, Bdwsrd \ Ellis, ?.f No .V. Liberty street, was in court last r.Kiir Others wire ihe prisoner s wife, the Rev. lu. Antonio l'ai..-i. a Tombs < hiphil: end aaeletanl la Father liver? at Ht. In? drew'e Church, in Duane street, who merried the couple aeven yeare au..: Mag? nus Kahm and Frederick Hot he inter? pret, is at Ullis Island, and Frederick O, Boffy, prestdenl "f a paint company. All gave Orlando a clean bill of rhara?* ter Father Paliel said be knew Orlando's home lit'* waa happy, snd believed the er? reel wa.-* an unfortunate mistake a FIRST WIFE BURIES PECK Widow Not Present at Funeral or Burial of the Professor. i Bi r? ? ??? ph te riie Ti Isaae l Stamford, Conn?, March 8 Two ? ar rtageo, n vviii.ii were Mra ?'ornelia Daw born Peck, his divorced wife: her daujh t.., Mlea Conataace Peck, aid ?iv friends of Mra, ? ornelia P?a k. fniioweii the bod) "f Professof Merry Thuratoa Peck to I'll i-t Church Cssnetery is Oreenwlch tin afternoon from the noms ,.f hi? former I IfO, ?" BalWOOd fl'.ail, Bound i k ?i? I. Mi- l.ii/.ab. m Du Bole Pack, Prof es ?or Pack's wldoa ws not emoag tae : ,1, ., i,, i .-. She ?H'l not ai'p? ,u* ? ith? i at the bOUSe "* ??' the ?'i met, r? *i h?* Bee m Osergi Tbompssn rector ,.r chrinl Church, ooBducted tin Bpl ??? p.ii en."* .?' the house and al th? come lerv Flow? i* were >?? ?it b) Proteeeoi peck'e ? " !? se i! i to, ?lolumM i ?'. b Ihe Arts sad Letten Cl ib and othsra BLAMES MERE MAN FOR WOMAN'S FORM Better Sex. Says Mrs. Gilman. the Feminist, Changes Figure to Suit Masculine Ideals. Th? debutante ?touch, characterised by th<? lecturer a? "Bllnky," was roundly scored bj Mrs Charlotte Parida? Oilman in her talk at th.? Hotel _e! esterdsy ??n "th? larger feminism." the '.as- or her tsriea of six. ?n this talk Mr- Oilman got aroun?l to woman's figure, which Is as over-sexed. ?tie declared, as woman in every oth.?r respect Is BOW. "Wnmen." she said, ".hange their Hg? ?ires In a cord with men's ideals Once the correct type was Pu Me.urler s Duch? ?s? nf Towers, terse. Oi it Then th-? <!;hson girl hecame fashlonahle Now we hav? the siinkv. ?loppy, curled?up ??d bouette to pleas.? th? changing taste of men. ?Tir?? reason women ara smaller than men la thai email women are more i ? . aptur?-?d by men The hit; ones ran get away. The *?ma!l ones nr.? eaught, ard ?nat?? their kimi There i? no other ? .'till' reason why women ?hould be smaller. In th" animal kincdom the fe? male is ?fter larger n? ?n th? n Giving ?lolls to little girl? had th? of ??'- - - lex! i ' hem, Mr ?, ? ; "ii is not deci ut. norme! at heslthy?mind ed for little gtrla t.. ahow traita of moth? erhood 'I'M- notion .>f giving them ? ? - lasting baMea to p ? with ?ornes from the old BOX idea It Is forced, premature development Mothers don't train th? little boye to aseer? the paternal instincts before nstur? ssaerta itsslf In them Wh* .io n settle ? - MAKES FINAL PLEA FOR MAJOR KOEHLER TO-DAY Court Martial Reconvenes at Plum Island to Hear Ad? dress in Defence. rrr-?pi i 5-aT Cerreasesdesl of Tie Trltmae.] New fjondna. Conn. March !?.?-OtBcere of the court martial, after a?IJournment of nearly two wr-ekf. assomhled yesterday at Plan? island, Intending to resume th.? trial Of Major B? njamin M Koehler to-day. They de? ld?ed not to ?tart until to-morrow. Captain Jamsa J Mayea Judge advo ?ate, prosecuting for the am.', aald "All th.- evidence is in Nothing re mains hut the piea by the defence and the verdi?-t. Probably II will all he ever in ore da? Mejor Koebler ?bowed plainly the ef fei't of the strain he has undergone. His fai ?? wa- tbln ami ?Ira w n Samuel II Hudson, a Boston IsWyCT, who ha.s assisted Colonel Harry .1. Haw? thorne. Major Koehler's militar**' counsel, spent th? day putting final touches to the address he will deliver In the morning in the hope of saving Major Koehler from a verdict of guiltv The enlisted men a? Fort Terry held a full dress ball to-night Many ofRcetra jolnel them ami pertlclpeted in tl.- on ?r.-p snd tsnge (?thcr ?ifti?-??rs came here 1.1 a th? atrtcal pi 1 formance ROCK RILES ROCKEFELLER Water Board Now Objects to Hauling It Over Aqueduct. .???in D. Rockefeller has encountered further trouble in moving th?* ISO-ton stone from Long [?land to hi? place -it PocantkO WssMkaStsr village hoards re? fused to |.i him use the streets unless be furnish? ?l ?? bond?, and the city Water Hoaid now demanda Mint h.- huild a steel ?tructura over ?he old Crot?n Aueduct on Bedford Road Instead "f horses, huge tractor? win he used t<? haul Hi?? atone, which is to i>e cut Into a fountain an?! pie ed in front of Mr R01 kef? Her'? new mansion BEAUTY AID TAKEN FROM DIMPLE FACTORY TO COURT She Promised to "Iron* Wrinkles Out of Woman Sleuth's Face and to Restore Babylike Charm to Skin, Is Charge Made. Having heard that her skin could be made Ilk? a baby s and her face ?is an angel's Mrs FVancee Bsesscr) caiie?i on MIm Irene Hoheon in her beauty suive? ? at No. -"? West MSI street As a result Miss HobsOB whs held yesterday in V**) ball for trial for practising medlcin.* without a ItoSBSS For Mrs. Henzecry paid her visit to th?? dimple factory as an agent of the Count*.' Medical Society, and went to put a wrinkle on Miss Hobson. Instead of to stet rid of any of 1er own 8he admitted to Magistrate Blmma, in 'he west Sids court, that her beauty won n?. compli? ments from the expert beauty euttur le! This is how she dos.-rlbed ihe lu? te? view in her affidavit: What . an 1 do for von dearie?" aski 1 the specialist. "'I have wrinkled see here SB my BSCk end Up; and there are recular bags under my eyes; snd last h ok at nn neck!' ex? plain? ' --archer after the beauty culture s.-. rate, - ? I the e\p. ;*t, -t ItiCall* ? four neck le like e chicken -?." And, Rent:- | her face a I eyes "Toil need treatment i you do, Indeed. ' "is it painful."' asked the Inveetigator with a - mulet? d n luce. "Tee," fraakl) "admitted Mies Hobaon. Bui v? hen I am through your face wi'l -. I . an do oaly half your fa? ? at a time, beoBBBS ?f i ?n?? both halves one would pull the Other, and well, heaven alone know- i oill put planters on and you must weai a mask etghl days And if you doubt the wonderful result, just take ? peep as Miss EaatOJ here. I treated her face two ths ago. Before that II was awful.'' Miis Margaret Kasten, however, came ',.-r..,,l >_!._.? o?- ? -. ?? .u ? ?falsa her be-iutlfler. She said ?bS h?d paid Miss Hohson ll?*?'. snd In place of a dts? coloration blemish she got ?< scar when the beauty ???'?'"ter was taken off, V. hi!? the loveliness operation v?,i? on Miss Kaston. who went t<? live with tii>? beauty specialist during the ti?atmen\ summoned Miss Hohson lo court tot withholding her ?lothlng. Hut the ' tiff was then pat he?l up an?! the two wotneu continued to live together. ? e AUTO A JUGGERNAUT CAR Several Hit and Baby Saved by Mother's Action A? Ml ?, Mar- Bai I J . Iftl -ft? e >.. - old. of No MM Bathgate avenus, wa.? leaving Mev ? Shepord s drug store, a' th- cornbr of Weehlngton avenue gad 'Tirii atreet, ai ."? o'clock yesterday a' ternoi.n to ero?? the street an SUtOme? hile truck driven bj Hern v \ .in Kill, of No I SOS First avenue ntra, k her, in?l after knocking ber toara mil on to tiie ,-d'lew all?. The truck overturned ? baby ? irr ige containing t..? ?Is-months-old babj of Mis. Minn'e Lefkowltx, ???' N? ITS! Washington ?veau? 'ine rsrrisge wa smeshed, bul Mrs. Lefkoertts lifted her child ou' in lii"<> to ?1\?' it - |tf< Thi? collision did not halt ihe ?ate moi.il? l? -uiiihr m us oath Baut Wei? . i - ??id. .1:' No 1721 \\ tshington av?-nue. and Ma? Weiland, ?Ixty, of So 1150 Tiffany en eel. Thev weie t. iKiiinst the fence fronting the apart ment house -it No it.",* Washington SVC nue, nnl \'an Klti w ? |eos ! front hi .sear ?n the ma? ?/^zev?uo/i treres ISIABLISHLD 1723 Separate Coats I he original lines and fabrics shown in the I smart and serviceable separate coats of I the present season will cause them to be universally worn. We are showing Cloth coats for street wear on the new wide lines. Practical models in golf, moto** and steamer coats. Dust coats in a variety of I weights and materials. I I Afternoon wraps of silk, chif? I fon and the new cotton fabrics. Luxurious summer evening coats. Many of these very attractive new coats are decidedly moderate in price. 19 West 34th St., New York PARIS MONTREAL LONDON * -Some Select Shopsm Ael??thAvenueDistrict Along and above the street level in the many large buildings in Fifth Avenue and in the side streets, within a stone's throw from New York's leading thoroughfare, are numerous smart shops that cater to the well-informed. Announcements of some of the more important appear below. The hubit of referring regularly to this department will be interesting and profitable. TOILET PREPARATIONS BOOKS AND STATIONERY. JEWELRY NOVELTIES. A. F. JAIYIIY?ES IMQI g AMI I.MI.l i|\ g PAB-StaHI \?i\ lilil? in lie I DUmei ? : i i m El? '? ? N??r a ? ..;-, reei I Real ?;? au ebtali Exquisia Perfumes Mi stii w |, m. \r |*m r. TRUSSES. THE BUNKER TRUSS .? beolttl? I ? m> prtssurs on ?pin? ot kldne ? .v rhs all ?? . . i imfori ...... .,. '????? Ol ? l1 '-, ?. ? RUNKLR TRUSS CO. 110 neat .Uli ??!., New task, MILLINERY. THINK Of IT! 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