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FEMINISTS TO BUILD
APARTMENT HOUSE
120 Model Homes Will Be
Compressed Into Pro?
posed Structure.
TO SHOW EFFICIENCY
IN DOMESTIC SCIENCE
?Main Idea Is to Advance All Op?
portunities for Women
I oca.ion Not Certain.
v i months green
mtnlsl apartwteni
? , ;i? GH
n?*ii ? USA do ns || The lionne ?
bath h> ! r- ii \ manco, or srhlen
ei:>? Redman (Mrs, Hsnaan
Dsfiwg) la ? aetnaas
ihm thing ?;N.v.it which
\ besa talaiaf bul vrhlch
no! define, ims cryatalnaad Into
? constitution .?mi
.- dl | .? '!tiC
The platform Ig simple \\ ??
aaaad th? rsmovad si g I godai polit*
teal, oooasmk sal other <i gerttntnatlons
hased tjpos gps, ?? ,i the award sf rights
ami i'.t-.tles m all fields on the hasis of in
rMual capacity ?lor
Plana tor the house have io.?n traer?
Max lit ' v eral
;s have he en . on War*
Ml lahlnaton
M s? R
th.it t? I 'o.m
v ? ?f it
?11 is "the se ' ? ? ' r pt itni
tf**S lad women clothes, ctv.l
?*?*. food and the house "
I kitrhen. In which
meala will be prefMrod by experts sad
s sort of frelcss eOOkSI h"-rnnp**
-.! SP the dumbwaiter tu the tenants
i a'ill be a lana are tbr? fines!
hnv i bed
? v? .' l?e a corps of dress??
:.-..! SlSO
i the family m< inta
1. there will
ton and a : den.
.chers at I I
V big
lb to
The l have sb*
*.vith a pi
lien. It is estimated
that a e caa 11 vs there
I I a asoi ?'? Mr !>. from *?
than a hur I <*en
received from famil ? a I be?
I tenants
? ?-?use. The c< |
the alliar a ide one on the
learing lv
? ?rtai defectives, is chairman. This
? rial won I
c ? ally Infet gg Robsi I bawls, i -
re curato- of a: ; the
?. an ' N'sl .r?l Hiato on
. , .? ?!' '
'
las
?? Kounda
.,
? ?? heads of
? .
?
advaritai: ?'.?11
?
law
No i-iv ?1 or
per?
alii*
ort
-
fclKE SAINT, PARDONS
DAUGHTER'S SLAYER
* ?-niinued from Hr?.t page.
te admonish the world to love and
bjr what ho termed
heroism of crime-' and to display
rolsa of faith.
? Her Death Waa Martyrdom."
' My daughter.? death," he rej
ts own lesson. No credit is
? merits
it is only
Christ make? easy for those who
rest upon Hint And 1 have been gUS*
I ? ra of the h ?mir? ils
thai thejr would seek
gra? e for me
M*. er. was doin?
? had
i been
Killed coming homo from some gatX
or I'thcr frivolous nmusemon. the
would have been no inspiration for n
? rid m her murder. Bui bbe drat
was .1 nun iv nli-.in. gUCh ns Qod is COI
tinuolly requiring of us. t<> gave U
w orid
Her paStOff tells inr tl'.a! onlv ll
nicht before her dsath sin? atiende
Rg end h d i he serv les, h
? thai he shall never forgot hi
heartfelt words."
ta he talked, Di Bescher amigad; g
filos: with Joy, and his old Mue eve
lined about with g perpetual exprei
aion ??: cm eel u bled \\ Itb ? ?
Bui -was pale. Snd when h
. breath caught in
sigh.
Within the last year I>r. Feechor'
ivv,, gtatarg and ins brothers, the itev
Willig .1 Bescher end the Rav. John f
? r. have all dud.
? If] d tughter*g death? however, Is th
heaviest loss," he s.u.I.
\\ h? n asked how it was possible f.?
him !?? feel pity for .lean Gianlni, h
repHt
"Influences" Made ? Murderer.
"Ti'e n.?> is no differ* ni and no
than right m In Bennot nni
boya In * ige and city in tiv
con:-' ? i physleal health la a
amoklng an?l othe
- ?uni whose lmaa*inatlons are In?
? .i b* mot tures of crime sn*
by cheap novela v*? i looked ai th*
boy, I gaw behind I ?
v.hi.i' i have alwayg fought, and an
still fighting; mi.! I held them, not him
r* -??"? ?
Th? irbanee la
the v ildo th* hurcn
?nil'!. The daught'T
tried, the father I sa return ?i to
\t Bundaj i germon an.i
ordinary routine of the household
ila w erg pit ;
? | .?-. i*.- . . h. r's r. nialn
illg dl
- 'S at precisely the
: bo ?!-. The tJd-fsshiened borne
I model of ordev ?1?"? p*
At fieridmer, ?.?.herevAioan oianinl is
to be tri'-d, t)i? flither ?s prepar
fi f me sav ir.gs to
' sloctiie ?hair.
?
snd ? ? Citizens
?? the hule
ton i. lonal atmosphere.
Bennet these < mei
am sbseni A country
? aping it: h.s heart th?
? of the Last .
I.iit tpril 4 Monday,
? andoi f, st
Horklmer to-dsy, for the opening ?
U. lbs murd*
? ? bsr? a young gebool i?
and? N I . when he Is charged
.- | I dssth.
TO BE FIELD OFFICER
Captain Pheian Will Be Elected
Lieutenant Colonel of 69th.
efftment, N '?
N v.. will t th* to-mor*
? . t to fi"'i a lisutsnsni colons!
incy caused by the rsl
? - Hesly. it li
i Phelsi. : agi menta
-. w ni be the unsnimo ta cbo
tain Pheian la regarded aa "tie of
? ?
been nfflclallv
i times. lie Joined the
'.- in ' ompsny ' ? on
.T'ine ' ? i." effort to
? it* nani < oiot ? i and it u as
w in.i i v t.. tbe wish of other offlcsra tl si
59th to 60th Street
Lexington to 3d Ave.
Condensed Budget of Easter Sales
Women's fl.2?
French Glace K i d
et,
$1.00
Women's 24-ln. Mi?
lanese Silk (jloves,
$1 value,
68c
Women's $2.OK (.lace
K i d .Mousquetaire
(jloves, at
$2.19
350 New Spring Suits $-1 ^50
for Women & Misses at
16
The true story?We have 350 suits in stock, consisting of samples,
and also a great lot of our own materials that we made up early in
the season. Not one of these suits can be reordered. 1 omorrow
is the day to buy that new EAST ER SUIT._
Girls' Dr ?t st ei ot
woven stripe earn as;
sizes 10 to ii?, at
$4.49
Women's Sill? and
Shadow Lave Blouses,
at
$7.98
Boy's 2-pants Suits,
Nortollc & I). B. mod?
els; si/es 7 to 17, at
$4.95
Men's and Women's New Silk Hosiery
The foremost makers at home and abroad have?contributed lib?
erally to the splendid showing we have assembled lor your taster
selection. We stand back of every pair of stockings we sell and
have laid special stress upon completeness of stocks, I .very
fashionable new shade in silk stockings is here in a range ot prices
from 79c to $3.89. _
Women's Cleopatra
pumps of patent u?ll
or black calf,
$3.50
Girls' fc K?ss' Smut
Easter Shots,
$1.69 to $3.98
Women's English
Laie ' Ixfords, ?white
imbu.k ?>r tan Russia
colt, $3.50
59th to 60th. Lex? to Third Ave.
UIO^^KkKKIN?. EMPLOYMENT AT SIMPSON. CRAWFORD STORE.
COLUMBIA "FRATS"
IN LENTEN MOO
Plan Big Reformations
Kffort to Porestall
Faculty Rule.
in an effoii lo foi'"?i ?n fa? uli? ?eg
latloni lh_ tratamttlai ??t Columbia i
trying to put their houeee In ortlci l>
of nu.??! ..r ill.? landing frat<
boon meetlna In v- ? H I the. m
?\ foi lia last month, ami mi
much dis? mien have drawn ?n> ? tant
mi? agreement ?\hnii is to govern th?
n? O:?? future
The fraternities arhleh imw taken l
Initiative ?re Phi Delta Theta. ?VetaThe
Phi, Blgma .vu. phi Kappa Pal, Dal
?psilon, Phi ?OasBsaa Datta, i'in Sign
Kiipp.t. Mr.nui <'iii nt.?i Delta Tau MU
What Un? frateraltlae nill i??? t .in. b
caueo they believe it to be Impi
and linpinadble. are the setting af s pledi
?. re * hit n no Itwhrnaa a ill i
rue granting ?of h areel ? tin
-.. conaldei a bid f? memb-rahlp, the ?i
i;.? iiig ?if ti)?* Initiation \ ntll iati
. tnber, r< fuaing to bid high who?
i?.?\a while ?till n? ? bidding ep?
eiai students m the unlvi
The 'in?f ohji' t ,,r tl ?
? ti nim>nc lh- fraternities i to it
i'i? i .o Ion ?
ail propoolUone afTectln* them Th?
beta .?Im? feel thai > ?lUclara I ?
that til*- ?have bean recnlao In prontol n
mbla'a v>, ??! f.? r,? le found? .
t. ind they plan ?to n ?* to it In tk
future that their member, tab? ..
port In undergraduate aetlvltleo hh?! pla?
tii<? university ??n nn equal fo**ing v.n
the I i lath. : tii .n la ?'
third |
in order to li lolai ihlp arnon
fi?t, n Itjr ni' n Hi?? < 'lilunii
?. ?. d i" sU * oidj ti.
? i?? n.?
ng tin?? I " m their ??
iltieo Joining the agreement ar
t . i pf\i>.o ?uirtii?; Ion I
inefficient etudents who in?? unwilling t
v' ?H and the penara] .?w?-.??
ternltiea.
? un.ht i?'?
?jtudiee tl t? e
..i
? ii'.'.l mi :. i n .'i M il?, ?
of el
- until he i
t etai ard ?eat b) th?- frat? - Th?
* ; i *?*?k i? u ee alao plan a high??
?tiind.i:?! of Kbolarahlp for uppei
lem whl? h || ting ?1" n
That the fratarnlUci do ?"' Intend t
put :?l! th?
evident from the Cad thai the non
? ???-.. ? ? ? |
? >f latarfratarnlt) contenta, benojut
.?'.??? lal i ? f'if-n? e \.,
I km for the promo!
i.'. i aakethe;i and ?ithrr eporta.
Not ail the ?fraternities on Morning ide
Heights are la ;?. or.i aith the ?hns tbi
leading eodetiee have outlined, but the
suh-coinmittf?s "t ihr general conferen i
have been nemed, and thene commltteei
are workinK with the refractory fratemi?
nal 'Hrntlnc bod leo of the
various fraternities are working ?With tin
cleh-Katcs t?. bulM up stronger 'hapter?
an.i to :.ii?o etandarda.
The national ?fratarnltiee are forcing the
Individual chantera t.. adopt a uniform
m of bookkeeping, ?uvi will Rupervi?.
chapter h<"?uBe finen?resi fni more cloeely
than before. IlUUttnUch ?m? the maJO-it) of
college fraternities have debts hanging
over them in the form ?if mortgagee on
their fraternity i r account! foi supplies,
ii:*? national fratarnltiee feel thai ?inch .?
*t< p is Juatlflad
DOCTORS IN"AUTO CRASH
Their Car Hit by Woman Learn?
ing to Drive?One Is Hurt.
1 ironiTheTribune?Cbf itpat i.-nt |
Haekensack, H. t., April t Dr. Bd?
Roberta of Weal New fork, .-* 11 ? i Dr
y C ?Hellatern, ??r ?Cliffelde, were thrown
mu of an automobile in Pal
late this afternoon when ? touring ear
driven by lira Clsrsnee f Hughes, gl
I Proapecl u\ enue, crai bed Into H
i ha pli- '? lane' ? si area wsltli
?I e Bide of ll" slier!, t he rsill ?? -."I
in?: ?.. n . in i-i-, d ,w n. w hen Mi a
Hughes, win, m Issrnlng to drive, -??rung
sround a oornei behind them, She be
csme confused, snd Mrs 11 Kowler, grha
wiiii ber Irled to ghai "T ihi
power. I.lit ei.iild in! *'"!> thg ' '
t line
in 11 ?? istsrn, who was aerlously In
vvi? tSbSS home \. itlwi of tin*
women u is la lured Th* pi il Isns*
, i tras wre* bed,
SAYS POUCE NEED
POLICEWOMEN'S AID
(ieortfe Creel Declares iNij*ht
sticks Could Then Be Taken
from "Ruthless Clubbers."
* ' g i?. <!.ga fTrsel, former Pe?
in* i- "i Den* < i". who loot?
ad bsfi a th* l-a ist'io f,.r Polltl si I d
? nt the Hudson T ratra ?
snf?- to tak? Hi.? '
nlithtstlcka gwsy from tie New Tort pe
? f v? ere vn-, i
? ?m m win ;.
?Ot I i . ?
'n I > fold tie ?i .In -* ,
'
? ? : Ivlng i .m sir Irre
. t.? uso i' W* ? m < : ibli i
to two
.'
t In S?d iii.nl?
I ?
? him
"In t1 e n del "f the n?*-:e/?
'?o| lure R
a lineal
? - ? m si hsmed
g top t hi)
? ? | ?
to th*
i they raised th<
?ni on a ?
Old them ?
Mr. Creel
. ?
I o he obi
e
asa clubber*," M i ed to
.-..?
bad lust b* ritrg
Sl Publl* I ?.n?l hk*d what he
?aw there eo well tha
. .
t ? . ... h in their
irteen hours ev* da In ti a
v- si be aa 'i
SIMPSON CRAWFORD
READY TO REOPE1V
More than 1.200 Old I.mployc.
Back in Places for Sale
Rush To-morrow.
The reorganised llmpson Crawfsn
Company, wltb Alefcaadei MseLachian
or the John Ctaflln torees, si the ne.-ni
vmii reopen the famous old atora to moi
nd the couatera end at tbi
itlve ?lersk?! will be asar I y all th
Old fores, 'lay was what mlKh1
be csllsd reunion dsy.
All the !.?>'*? who had he*n displac?*
bj Ihg ClC dg Of the atore were notificl
that their old piaees were ready for th*?iri
and to report for duty. Of that number
??I tepint and were gngSgSd by the
now corporstlon.
The msjoilty Of those ?.-ho failed tn
i ***! ni n h.r i than
they f hi Id, OthSTg h.?>.*? BigMd IP
"n Ufa contracts end others have left
i Of tl osa u no ratura* d, 1 ?
-,
I ba '? bg old boma anain,"
? ?seil I?.
in addition t-. the oi-i help thsra
? ' | "in? of the ra i nit*-?
?i Mr. MseLachian
ght vviih I ?u f oui other *-i".- .
i hold their
? ? ?iMi?i *. were BBSda ?? '
. tlmsrs? and all :? gstsrday
Ihe ?tarf w.m working full gpeed ahead
in.iki ? .r the openniK tfl gMWTOW.
Thiwighout the astabllshmsnl iheie win
an air of confidence that gesmed | .
. ; the leadership sf Mr, Ma*
I SU II Ian. the Old ?tote v?, ? ? .
bigger at.'i bustei than
?
\? many elerks as ? WSre
. gl To la i '
w || bg bus) arranging sad marking town
mpanj bad ,"1 band,
.11 .1 p HI ing In It i pi.o ?: lluW un
' bleb it is plan i ?
rush OUt *' CUt pi ? M WS8
eg off* r . 'I :
.... . .
? ?< gtOTSg .11 tl.
..'he
a ?
Call Rockefeller, Jr.. to Testify,
aprll .n D Bo* ba
-I.MIl
Housa Mil
onditions m the
eld of .sd ? Mo
Th,. , - aid ?-??> ? 1 si
? ngg tO make plsni for d
tors in
!!:<? 1 'olorsdo Fuel an?i iron 1 0
the li ? " In the fi< Id. Mr
Rockef* ? !" ssksd I
the compa
?mw%M8?aW?*m*r*Asm
Central Park
West,
at 72d St.
\lak?> i his hotel your hom--. A f^w RESIDENTIAL
si [TES n*>w available for leaae. Overleoki beautiful
iVnlrnl Park. laixunon??. homelike
comfort. Perfect gervice. p-\
Magnificent apartinr-nts at ^ .^aa?*
mod?rate pricei?
?rRA*vsii-.vr OtmR*g
Hrtr.rn? S'.'#j>d m, Iteittanrin- a ? ? Ottt
Kuii infririaatinii epea regooet,
.1 CUABLTON Bit i i'.?-'. Ifeaagt
?*s
SALES AT AUCTION. _ |_ SALES AT AUCTION. ! SALES AT AUCTION.
(ffg Flints fiNE Furniture (ff?
FOUNDED 1040 'FLINT QUALITY"
BEFORE REMOVING TO QUR NEW ADDRESS
THE ENTIRE REMAINING STOCK IN OUR
23D STREET STORE WILL BE OFFERED
AT UNRESTRICTED
PUBLIC AUCTION
On the Premises
JACQUES COHEN, AUCTIONEER.
COMMENCING
TO-MORROW,
MONDAY, APRIL 6th,
AT 11 A. M.
AND DAYS FOLLOWING.
Catalogue on request.
GEO. C FLINT CO.
?
43-47 West 23^ St: 24-28West 24^ St: |
?J^ew lbr\\ City 1
$50,000 FOR TWO EYES
Miner Blinded by Explosion
Win? Suit. Against Railroad.
Mai i v.n'kante, ? miner, formerly
employed by the Lsckawanng Railroad
In Ita mine? g| Luseme, Penn.? who
hei! hnlh eye* and vas pUnfWlgg in
inred by ftn gaplOStOn While at work,
wan yef??erdn.v awarded .?,v>.<hmi gam
?gon, til? Imi'eKf ?in ter..rd ill tll'lf di?,
lil't for pnraofial Injurie?*, by a Jury
heffire ./iidr*o ('halflehj in th?? Federal
Court, In I'.rooklyn Me aued for
$70,000.
Yarkanl**, now living in Richmond?
f"Un?*>n Inland, la forty-two year? old.
The SSplOSiOn of dynamite g|| gaBesd.
he allef-ed. hy the H'-'iimulation of Ran
In a ? orner Of th*? mine, whl? h back?
in ? .i iiw in?- to faulty ventilation
Th*? railroad company contended that.
the breathing apparat ni wan properly
constructed, rarkanls ghowod that
thin appliance bad sol heen extended
to that portion of the mine where he
waa nt work.
? .i ??m? i i ii ??? ^?M??i
MURDERS WOMAN
AND BURNS BODY
Chinese Youth. 17 Years Old,
Confesses to Crime in Brit?
ish Columbia.
I '' , April 4 lnfK K'in_.
the seventeen?yoe>r?>otd ?Cfchnsat mv tm*
led of he, nurder <?r Mrs. Citarles j,
Milhu-l, .',iire???e<l to day th?t he ( on -
mltted the ?
Th" POllae SSjM the CkinCM "?life?"?.!
that Mra Mntard had r?primande?! hm?
SeCaUSe the porridge had he?n h irned at
? ? ? k?"-.?-t '/!,?? i.oy ntiA *h? ordered hhn
ike a freah rti?h of porr*i?0, ?Ott1 h<
i ??. ai he " ? i to km te :?"
Mri Mlllard m;?iie some remark? he
i, o-, effeel that ahe would hare >?
R i la ear 10 il.uk" hi rn obey \ tr het
fer, and he then sei?e<| n ?hair und etl (
her 'lown. loiter he omit a hi- fire and
au1 ?he hodjr in the f'irriae.e. ooccordina t-,
?he oonfeeaSon
Store Your
FURS
1 In our modern and safe Dry 'iold Air Vaults.
? Absoluta protection fro? damage or Ion by moth?-, fire or hurtjUr;
? Moderate charge, with the nest of care and service.
? Vaults on our own rri>?T1is**s. IntUtlnf delivery on short no?
? Remodeling and repairing at lowest cost during Summer months.
s Tei?fhont or irrite fot our un'jun or mentertqer to rail.
? 3M*MA9enmer
?mportin?j
?7uirier5
?I Fifth Ave. * between 35th and 3bth Sts.) Telephone. Greeley 2044
ART EXHIBITIONS ANO SALES. ART EXHIBITIONS AND SALES.
Important Inrestrictcd Sales under the management of
The American Art Association
At the American Art Galleries
Madison Square South, New York
ON VIEW BEGINNING SATURDAY NEXT, APRIL 11th,
and continuing until the date of tale,
Sumptuous Textiles and Embroideries
ofl the \V|., XVII. and Will. Centuries
Consisting of Beautiful Old Velvets. Brocades and Velours, Renais?
sance and other Embroideries. Antique Spanish Baldachinos, Altar
Frontals. Rare and Fine Tapestries, Gothic. Renaissance and other
Laces, Ecclesiastical Relics, Old Church Hanging Lamps, Ancient
Needlework Pictures, Fine Old Brocades and other materials for
Wall Coverings, Curtains and Draperies.
To be sold at unrestricted Public Sale
During "Laster Week" (April 16th, 17th & 18th ), ?
By order of
Vitall Benguiat
The Widely Known Expect, of 34 Rue de Provence, Psri?
'?'Catalogues mailed to applicants on the receipt of Fifty Cents.
-ALSO
On the Afternoons of April 28th, 29th, 30th & May 1st
By order of the
A. J. Crawford Company
WHICH MAKE THIS SALE BECAUSE IT IS DISCONTINUING
ONE BRANCH OF ITS BUSINESS, AND TO ABSOLUTELY
DISPOSE OF THE FOLLOWING PORTIONS OF ITS STOCK.
Original Antique English Furniture .
-a?_?_?_????_????????i?^?????????_??__?_____?????_?_?.__???__-_____.
IN THE FOLLOWING PERIODS:
Chippendale and Hepp!e?hite
Mahogany Dining Room and Library Furniture.
Sheraton Bedroom and Dining Room Furniture,
Adam Decorated Satinwood Drawing Room and I'cdroom Furniture,
Antique Jacobean Oak
Earl) \ ic orian Black Decorated Furniture,
A Collection of Old h'ng.ish Longcase Clocks.
Queen Anne Sofas, Arm Chairs and Cabinets in Walnut,
Chinese and Queen Anne Lacquer Furniture,
Antique Marble and Wood ? orgian Mantelpieces,
Old English SiUcr, Crystal. Antique Jewelry and many other pieces.
V Applications for Catalogues will receive prompt attention.
-AND
On Monday & Wednesday, April 20th & 22nd
ON THE PREMISES
BY ORDER OF THE SURROGATE COURT OF PUTNAM COUNTY,
NEW YORK, UNDER DIRECTION OF THE TEMPORARY ADMIN?
ISTRATORS, ARTHUR KNOX, ESQ., ATTORNEY.
The Artistic and Other Property
Contained in the Residence of the late
Mrs. Julia Lorillard Butterfield
WIDOW OF THE LATE
General Daniel Butterfield
No. 616 Fifth Avenue.
On View April 16th, 17th & 18th
Admission by card to be had free on written application
to the Managers.
V Catalogue which ?3 in preparation will be mailed free to applicants.
Ihr BSSSB ?rill !??? .?sasSMSSSl b> Mit. THOMA?. K. KIRHY,
Aor-iktfd l?v Fb Olio ISt-mrl at
THE AMERICAN ART ASSOCIATION, Mgrt.
0 i:?i?t 1?? Street, KSSBSMBS Sq. _oulb, New Yerk.

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