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WHO'LL BE HUSBAND
TO DR. K. B.DAVIS?
( Direction Mead Issues
SOS Call at Suffrage
LUCKY ONF WILL LOSE
JOB AFTER 4 YEARS
Ms" He Must labor at Desk
??*, hile Commissioner Hoes to
Pinners and Teas.
Ksthe enl Pavl? ?rant* a
Not a p? r m ,in ?**?,* one. ?????
?gage Mm to ierre
? her term of off.?-?? a?
? ? omrr.i?:.?rlr,n?*T mad", th'? ro-?'??
. - the roti-r-o of her speech nt th*?
"'"?i Of the *.<-acu?> for Polttteel
satlon st the Hotel .stoi yi :^?-dnv.
.ething In tha sir made most of the
*? *. :ts effet or?, h?r. But U :nvt really
akecaed her to the durability of h
?band wpj? tl the wires nf
..--?.or (?iynn. Mayor MltChel and ' I
*? Attorney Whitman si th?? luncheon.
I think of !? nor, the Mayor
i District Attorney Bitting at their
<* sreehlni rarri and at th? earn* time
? mMv represented here," aha ?aid.
i prr?-?*i\(? thai t ??-ri:? t in hare a
<i>ar.d. I hare alwaya thought that it
?id be nice to hav? a h ? - va
?ir'^n?, for playtlmea now *<*?*
vCa*. an ' onUBlSSloner I need one. Would
M be pooslhls in engage ?ne for th<? com?
ing ' ir reare?"
r? Man v Barteline *rhe prestdea
grapr tha "*OUrt for Pellnquent r.lrla In
*2_feagC Bl d that ehe hed Rlwayn felt
that a II isband would be a good thing to
.ve. pul thai the troubl? was
?.-i?* | ? '!k??d mon too well.
" v?av<? n?v??r hean able to ron<*?ritnite."
UJtU i port Frskine r.'.y BSM talked
abc.-t huSbanda from the point of V?*?
ef or?? concerned aa to the place the**
?Hi ,.,-, --y ?- tn(? feminist reign that
?eem?? orertaklng th? world.
T^ere are elaborate arrangement? for
tjiki-r ears Df bal the fen
BpfU-tmenl houeea and other thlnt:? that
?re being plann thla dawn of
rr-fman'a age." she i a ge
trr te take r;>'e I I
D, Big n R. ? ?? led al you
lerda: ? ? ? esides
thoae led re? Dr Henry m
Ugar the Re* Dr Henry M Bai ' ?
?ho found? ? ? k;,'ifman
Ar. ?-pa--her. Mra knapacher, Katheryn
Ki idei Hi Woodhouse? editor of
*-.-?-c un ? _<-. '"reel (Blanche
?ate*-? a-;d Mary Antln.
WOMAN IS PRAISED
Man Say?; She "Nagged" Court
Pleased When Widow She
Sued Is F \onerated.
? >^r?. been any othei rerdlel i
? g Crane yesti n the
f.r-n.? Court, In Bn rned s
HEU PROBLEMS SOLVED
?K? hue ? 'Cfioni of
Bmaftl-- k-"? - the
It or a < ? -
M?- Colonial i Ik etoeh
r kid cloves, :i?-.r al
| < KB "AUtO*
tourist ' fi
tl'1' ri*r ? ? ?
i $'-irtetr I,, a; ,- nO t HOW
IS] tr. i '- ?'i -i Hau ??
-iv i r.? I
widow, slaty-two year* old. defaadant In
an action brought by Mrs. Isabel <_?on- I
'tab'?? to recover tlO.-vv? dam*.*??, for the1
alleged alienation of the an*?- tione of her I
husband, Thomas c. a printer.
Mrs BUckney f?-*rrnerly whs dreaemalt?-*
foi Mrs, Constable, and lived at No. 100 i
Mrs. fonstfable testing that after being
n arrle-d twentr-rlght year? she had
found her husband to be a model man
until ho becamet acquainted with Mrs
Bttckne] Then, she said, he heran
drinking whiskey and wajs cruel to ><?r
In March, Mi, when th???-.' lived at f?lA
?Lewis ave, he left hor Sha declare?*
Mrs. BUckney kept him away from her
"with offers of money and other 1nd'i*?e
Ml Constable testified:. "I left my wtf?
becauae f could no longer stand her nan
King." he said "I stood It for almost
thirty years, and 1 think I'm a hero. Mr?
Btickney .letted our hous? quite often
and I escorted het to the car. Then ?
usuallj went t.? a neighboring saJoon and
played cards with friends.
"Afi'i l left homo T went to the room
N k.?pt by Mrs BUckney."
Ho said once h'.s wlf* struck him in th?
faro wi'h her nsts Mrs Btickney denied
? the allegations
MISS WILSON MAY
WED ON A 13TH
family in No Dread of but Rather
Is Partial to So-Called Un?
;Fro*n Tbs Trthuno Rui??su '
Washington. April 7 Even to trving on
her long tralnod. white satin wedding
gown, with Its relief of tullo, the work of
fitting the dozen and more ?-ov?,'^ which
form tho chief pnrt of Miss l.leannr Wll
son's trousseau wa? accomplished at the
whit? House to-daj
The announcem? I I of th? engagement
was made on March 13, and In tho r>
ma__ably short tlm-? s!n?-e that day
M1us Wilson has not only ordoreii hor
trousseau, but she has ordered her wed
ding Invitations, mad- oui th? list of
guests and. be^t of all. has Bel tho gate,
?von to the day and hour for her wed
TI o wei dim date was decided upon
positively within the last few days, but
further than that It Is to take pis? ? |
May nothing has been made known. It
lore lurmlse *hat it will be on one
a of the month, for it might
still be on Wednesday, May l] and ro
main true to the tra?lltion "f the Wilson
partiality for "unlucky" number-.
By some ?me who got a peep al MISS
Wilson d irti c the trylng-Oh periori at th?
White Mouse It was said that the Bhort
<? h g fi???? - dainty _s flowers and th?
trotteur costumes were far more
becoming to th? bride-elect than the
more elaborate dinner gowns, evening
i_?.ivr?s and even tho wedding gown ils? If
Fot a fact, Mrs. Bryan, nest to whom
MISS Wilson will rank as a Cabinet lady.
Will have to look to her laurel- In the
?? a Of COStumea, or th? newest little Cab
Inel lady Will Walfe away with all th?
Mrs Bl ras s taste runs to Soft grey and
black gowns, rich in material and often
? . but even those tilings must suc?
cumb to the approaching change.
'Die flnal fittings for all the gowns and
hats and other things requiring adjust
mont will be rr.ade In .Vew fork during
M;-s Wilson's five day-?' visit there before
g) Th?-*-,, ?re r-a'd to be only one
or two suits with tho adorable little fancy
them being- constructed to
?' ? with the dele? table Bofl blOUSeS and
ri-lit? un to-date eoats
Mlee Wilson Is wearing in tho Btreel
here S cnwn of modish cut, dark blue in
color, and a morlish hat of pink straw and
satin with a rose on the brim
DULL ELECTION DAY
Suffragists Are Welcomed at the
Polls and Permitted to divo
Out "Cause" Dodger??.
specr?: ? estei day Bonns a lio
i-- ,??< ? : th. polla But nol
??'iti the BUlYragista Threescore of I e
m?.' ! he >'? "?"' i ? Poli ti ?cal i nlon
'?v ?heir i.o.is ?t drwn and
gUlpe of coffee that thov might h?
outside th? po!is handing suffrage liter
.,.?., men who came to voto.
"Wo weio tO)d off for oa.?h of th? thirty
Assembly districts In Manhattan and '11
rected to move from voting p!ao? t., v?.t
't g placa wherever they could do tl -
--?I mind." ?aid Mrs Florence Maul
, as she girded the nurp?, green
? 'it th? breasts of the
.. ? -?-it them forth from
Women. Political Union headquartim
w?-t _lth st, "mind you ?ion'* ??
n a hundred ?? Hi'I- Of a P0
in r get arrei ted
? ? hadn t passed b? ' <t ?
ni handing out literature n? u ?
... : ... ? ,,?. bn ???- - Did the i ?? ?
.n< a ' Ko
They and the polltlris
t ..,. ;,?? :,? ?. el omlng th? m ?
[t WS dull around th? p..
to vote, i
mad? .i ? tion
I rom Mrs. Th? ? !l
lt|i m, Rose Band? i
I | one o I
Irish Linen Manufacturers
f ut over h c**ntiiry and a hall Walpole I.inrns have
U? n - elobrated fr,r ihrir r?i;r;'y. Irr-h quality .inrj
Ion** durability. walpole linens are woven on nur
own loont? and sola direct to tl:'- consuma strictly ?t
UUntUifui turan ftri' I
Table Damaaka Bed Linens
Tov/flr TowdinRi Bedspreads
Kitchen Linenr Pantry Linen
ftttstrsis? I is Pott Ftts.
Si?>rr C'lo?rd Good Friday.
373 Pifth Avenue? ?New York
?i tftlMl '? BSLPABT MKi BOf*ft! I
? . - ? i.t. ? i
,-i *.i t .?<?
??M/V U /*A0e
DAILY PARIS FASHION DESIGN
BY BESSIE ASCOUGH.
THIS mf-jini?.! dinner gown is an effective combination of
changeable blue and yellow taffeta, draped with cream Lierre
lace, held in place at the waistline with Nattier blue and gold
galon, the long ends of which are weighted with taffeta roses and
blue and yellow tassels. Roses also finish the flaring collar, invisibly
wired to hold its shape. The stockings worn with this gown are
changeable blue and yellow silk, while the slippers are made of the
same material IS the gown, and ornamented with small rhinestone
Thursday*;', fashion will be an evening wrap of embroidered gold
gauze, which harmonizes well with this dinnei gown.
? he ? i ? - i en fcui tha tit
?i.| the o.-ra-'lonal
. . ? -,
?nine awa from the polls a
Bve., beai I
m sure tl
\? t:, Wus\ r
Julia Tan lor, Ml Helen Bernajra
Mi?;? Henrj ??????<-?? ? I pari of Ihe
afternoon the 1 placed tor 1
right In front of th? place ?*? b le 'h.? po
'I' entail looked o'1 I ffabl'
One of the polltidani held the sufl
dodgers for Ml while ah
diatrlbut? d them to ? md prt
? ? ? ? ' ?
er? . M
,..'?? . .
?a 0 lid I"
FUNERAL, NOT BETROTHAL
Girl Whose Engagement Was
Opposed Falls 6 Stones.
. o in eng gi n enl pari > there'll
' ? | ? ir.'-l ?.
in Hi" ? .1 irl ,.i?l of
T sl . undei the windows of h'-r
' ? ?-.' Bll -tori?
Rose'*? engegemenl bad been vigorously
e_ ?.- ; _r f. n,. - and aho hai
;. friend that sho didn't caro to ?!vo but
nun? Mrs .-'ai.ih Shof*man nststed
laal night thai ?bo girl hsd fai?n from
?rather and daughter earns from Russia
? rear age They planned to ?vork
and earn enough to brin? o< o, m-? Gold?
.... three ol er children Rose met
... i i live In The Bi
and - lugl ' wo d be mu< ii nicer
: ? . t m with at aunt oi th.
h -? ? bia '
f il RAGIS1S AT THE POLLS.
I,,],., i ?.. il.? m?. lavlur, Miss lulia Ia,)lor, M iu?rac? acholas and Mil? Doro
th; Henijfr ^
Kail to Provide for Two of
the Largest New York
Deaconess Movement Will Be Re?
vived Under Direction of the
Rev. F. F:. Johnson.
AUr.?i'1-h rMii.ot??-?* of fh? flr?t grad?
mero hro-;-*'t t" !i?? citv f',,m a-' I
Ohio, the Mori- erence
adjourned saving two of the
largest If? rehee, St. Andrew.
??il ftth ? ? I the Metroi Itan T? m
pi?, with'.'.? pastors, except by ?.?-.ectdi
arrangement Search aill be made for
.???_? notlgh to hold ?
7-...n pom .latiiel supe ?? ndents **.er?
named, Dr, W ' Crompton, for the
Pougl koepeli t, and F>r. t m.
Far.i.- ?? the Kingston district
The urch wss left
tra?ai was *na?ie to eon
sol?date St 1 "i tii" Janes ( !hurch
?,.?,.. ? \
Methi 1st d? nt In N'?w
direction of tl ? R< ?? f. Ernest Johnson,
-? Paul'* who UK? put In chargre of
be I .-.;?? rdaj.
made feoterda; b Bishop Wilson at the
? lose of m.f? i ? neo:
? . f.. H. ?Carr; Sa?
i'nir, j s Btone; Duane, f. it. Tra? ?;
'. Hn-her: PlvS
Point l Bel - ? ; ?'? dham, Q W.
? ' ?-, strct, i Ernes!
?? Bi Paul's;
'?raco. . ?- i;. ??? ? Madison Avenue,
?v M Head late of Baltimore; M<
i tan i ? mple, <'? W, ?Downs placed In
tempor?r) charge; Morris Heights, T. B.
Mount Hope, k. h Buchanan;
I'aik Avenue, Arthur Jamleson; Bt
A 1- Ball"; SI Mark's. U. II.
-'.?iok^ St Paul'e, C !_ (.oodell, ?' A.
_l Stepl en's. ? ' \ I ?ana; Tr? -
n E. Hell Twenty-fourth Street
.j j. Blllingsle: . Unloi J [_ewle Hart
?vio ?_..??<? back f-"- his eighth year,
Bat In ? ontlnuou ? ser?
vice In the district,
Waehl gt? Heights. J. F. ?Trice; Wash?
Ingtoi B "A Bell, who ?"mes
... Wood lawn, Ft M
to prln? '.ral charges out?
side ol ar.i as follows:
IV I 11. Fti.b, ?Charles P Mc
Clells 8l ?Pau B C Warren; Tar
rytown, Asbury, .1. J. Henry transferred
from Monroe, v '? . Tuckahoe, P. C
larding; White Plums. H. B. Wright;
Pan ? g, \ v V'andenburg; Hudson, J.
8 Tredinnick; ' A M. Kling;
? leading ( hurch, F B
Street M P Williams; ? 'at
skill, .1 W Tetl? I- T ' Wile;
p Ri ? Kingston,
ton Av? ' i m ' 'ranston. St. James
C. ii Cookman; Trinity, C. C. Marshall;
? rtles, l. M Cornish; Stamford, E. E
Harl v. ilton, T B. Toung; Cheeter, A M
Mm - If. Piper; 1 lepoeit
a F Lord;WestDonmsvtlie W H Wlnsh?
I .1 em ill?., W ' i slot ?.. ? n, ?'
? 'odd ngton Liberty, '?'? III n A? kroyd,
i; i Wal ???? i Hoi roe, F. BS.
Mont e ?. r m Turrentine;
rVewburg, Qi ire Q \ MacDonald; Si
John, Arthur i : Trinity, i ; E
Mite; Waiden, i: i.. Ross; Warwick,
Herb, ri Hessard ? 'roton, ' n I
Dobb ? V. A. < 'oons; 'i ?rlngton,
Hermai Katonah, A A. Walken
TO RAISE HAIRPIN MONEY
Tagore's Poems Will Be Read
at Nose Powder Benefit.
i-, for the V ? - ' ? ersil
.?? . trees II
of Its mem ?era,
? ? t..? fast? i
I f e ;i ? e
the left of I ? to the new
ho ;. ? it., because ?ho
of the I *n!v .?? -'tv of .
? ? ? room, spei I i
???/re for tvi? dressing
. i -.-??- ?. ? that i hej hadn't
:.nv left o ? f and-halrpln endow?
?' Misa or B] rna, "ne of the
i- of C.'s, d_ ' the overalghl cr)?
at . ne? called a meeting, and plans for
- --i t. nu endowment fund wore ? -
? ? r.. ? t'.n i-noki?. the
"? red her services, and it
led e an eni.
Ii ?? n take ? ifternoon
? I o'elocl art ' v?e clubl '
? the s? ng
m i ?=-?
There ?s some merit
to this argument
I f you are debating just how good a location the
Equitable Building is for your business, just re
member how good we think it is.
We regard it as the finest loeation in New York,
and we are building there the biggest structure
mi earth to substantiate our judgment.
Let us suggest that in considering the proposition
of renting a part of the Equitable Building, you
reflect upon the tremendous confidence we must
i have had to undertake the whole.
Leases now being made from May I. 1915. The bailding. how
OOOt ,s. due to be completed 2 or 3 month? ahead of that date.
Temporary Office, 27 Pine Street ?**-j
PUBLIC HEARING ON
NEW MARKET LAW
Mayor Invites All Interest?
ed to Meet at City Hall
Bill Passed at Albany Is Based
on Recommendation of
M lyor Mitel ? - si Ited p educara?
consumere, marketmen and transporta
imti men t?i meet to-tnorrow afternoon In
the i Itjr Hall to dla iss the law cstab
llsl -ni* s Department of Markets. The
bill waa enacted on tue re.onirn?n,|at.or,
..f ih.? comni || ? ??
and Ma 01 Ifltchel waa a menrt
The ?'lat? is io appoint Bra comml :hIo??
rrs. i ne for ? i igh, arho ?ill ea
??. boleaste and i markets in
? ?nuii. Tha commission la author?
ised to make regulations to prevent
monopoly, overcharging, th?? sal?? ol
?polled food, unreasonable transportation
costs ar-.'i tin? ?ith?-?- things that contribu??
t.. tl" Ugh COB) ?,f living and foi
forkera i" eat. unwholesome i"od.
The building of Iva huge terminal mar
the keystone of tha plan. These
markets ar* to be eelf-austalnlng. and
.-?h chargea as a-e necea
? them ara to be levied, if is ?re
- ?? --i thai no profil Is to bi raada
by th?? city
Ons feature la <'?<? reeommendatlon that
b trolley freight road nion*- the Manhat?
tan water front be operated .1 ? night,
that delivery of foodstuffs maj he prompt,
?- freshneea Tha capsrlty of tha
for handlinK it ??' a wo lid
?.'rally doubled In th'? war, Ii eras
Ths commission found that a large?
supply of foodstuffs of better ?yualtty and
?t. lower prtoea le seeded ami the, de?
mand i? Ineraastag, it slss joints out
that poor transportation and laok of mar?
ket fai-illties are ,-ostly to the rroducel
and that Improvement Will endurase th?.
production of hff??.r stuff in great"!- vol?
Th? proposed markets are to r>? ^stah
l!f?hf>-i on t?-?? water front and the follow?
ing pla.es si?? BUggeSted: Gatisevoort
Market, Manhattan, Marlern River Mar
ket. The Bronx. WalUbOUt Market,
Brooklyn; Bl H'o?-^, Btatea 'sianfl'
Oreenp'.lnt. rroohi? n. er I/opg Island
FRIGHTENED INTO SPEECH
Woman's Voice Restored by
Sight of Stranger in House.
ROCkpoit, Mas??, April 7 The unex
pected sight of ? strange man m the
house fright? ned Miss Bophreatlg Lowe
to day Into the recovery of her rotee,
which sii.? had lost as the result of a
heavy ?nid last Thanksgiving Miss
Lowe Is sixt) -rive years old. Bhe occu?
pies half of a large house Bhe bed n??t
?eon the tenant of the other half until
to day. When she met him <?n hei i
tu tha sttle aha acreamed Since then
??he haa ta ked wltl out ?M'*' ulty.
GAVE BLOOD IN VAIN
C H Vosburgh Too Weak to
Attend Funeral of His Wife.
Charlee H. Vosburgh, vice-principal
of the Jamal? a High B? hool, n
... . ?? blood In h vain effort ? >
- , ? i wif? Ife, a a i ao weak res ?
terdai srhen her funeral was hei i tt.at
lie j | s unable tO alien.! the pen \rc i'>
their home, Central ave. anil ?'huren
?t. Richmond Hill.
Mr V*oaburgh m ! l ? < ?. l temporarily,
but her condition was su<*h folhiwint
aeveral mtrrnal hrmnnh.igee thai hn
?aerifica area without avail. The .-in?, w
?>r her death end his weakened pb) h ni
condition caused fear for his recovery,
S. Alimau $c (Cu.
Lamps and Lamp Shades
are being shown, at -..ocierate prices, ?m a f?v/
i n ' ?ntc resting assortment which inclu? ei
La?ums ?for every purpose ant In ic latest
?*.?-'. ost artistic designs. There Is also a
'arg? arc al_rat.--.ivc selection rc Caff le
Shanes, ror fooocjoir o* table ceco~ation.
Lamp and Candle Shades ma.e lo o pier : .
workrooms in the establishment?
The Leather Goods Department
splaying s.n. unusua??y "arge arc! attract
ive assortment of essential ariie'es, i^c'ue^-g
Woincr:'" ?Shopping ..t? /? :.e~*~o~ Bags a**-;
E_.ve.ope Purses rr. the > ccsi? - - .?j
most fast '" 11 b.Ie leathers and col.
having sterling ,::vr mou ris o- ;ewtc
clasps. Also La Petite Cases 'ro~ calling or
matinee use), ma?e of fine morocco in smart
colorings, with gilt fittings; Jewel Cases of
morocco; Watch Brace.e".s ' g - or sterling
Silver, v;"h strap of .-- or rr.c:~e; .7i_-;:,
and Women's Traveling Bags anc Suit Cases,
with or without fittings of celluloid or ster?
ling silver; Limousine Cases, with cei.u.o.d
fittings; and Motor Cases or cr. morocco,
w:v.h sterling silver or gi.t fittings.
Jifll) Awttnf. 3411) arii> 3511) $tr_tta. Xnn ?nrk.
Per MONTH UPON PLEDGE
OF PERSONAL PROPERTY
HitTPROVlDENT LOAN SOCIETY OF NEW YORK
M \MI - I I VN
Fourth Avenue cor. ..?th Street
fcldndiie Street cor. R.vington Street
Seventh Ave. bet. 4Sth and ?t9th StJ.
Lexington Ave. cor. 12 1th Stre.t
Grand Street cor. Clinton Stieet
last '/2d St.bet.Lexington ft 3d Avs.
Lasl llou.ton St. COT. L-.ex St
I? HO NX
Courllandt Ave. cor. t48th Street
Graham Avenue cor. Uebevolse St.
Fitkin Avenue cor. Roc ka ??ay Ave.
1. IM R ? B?T. CHARGED IRON
? LOANS R1RA1L) WITHIN
I wo WEEKS PROM ?MIL