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HOLD QUILTING BEE gtjl New England Women Vm:! Patch Up Novel ( ontest To-day. ,l4Ny PLANS MADE F0R ENTERTAINMENT Cdltei-OB Opened by Procession ?Delegad View Morgan Art at Mr.seum. a?, ?gathered In New et annual oonventlon of ' N'w En^and vomer.. ' resterdag Rt *-*?-* ??-* ao'ii:tlng bee felony Club to-dav. They ?svon't ? | '.: g put together "y expert? ?ilrad for the purpose But wfl] bars * -r of patches > ?? guilt. *"Q 'he who comes nearest mbex will ge*. the quilt. tha?e are seven tn. ?je e*r- ?lapeeed of many small , |0ggj , was mr.de by a BsWmbot of ? s Tbers ?re -.?ver.ISSI "B' **? t**1*'* h ?art to be ?UtilT patohea Hoe) to make seven t??n patebss Into a square cjiiilt Is up to ____ Hred expert?. There will I - ? luncheon before the quilth* So* ' ?*?*? nin f0',0~ u i',:T" Irj the afternoon there will be aoms ?snees for the entertainment of the Frli ptiaa The s-a!r ttt th" ^^'ony Club Is* by th? ocuf.eey cf Mre. Henry Clark Ooa, BStMBl mestdaat general Very pretty was the procession with whl<_ the <?? HTOntlon openM yesterday It tttbObtA Into the Mg bauroom at Del monlcos, bSSdetl by two pases. **ho car ?tf tr? the ?society. After thsra SOSne M:e. Co*, wttfe a ?rest tmnoh cf re? ?'? I !t* carnation?*?the oo'orss cf the ?ot.efy an?, then eighteen -ushers, rrstty gb_ IsT PHl ' nies The r-'hs><T* playeo MAmsrtea.M and then th? liaseatlOB bfuran. with an Invocation _r the K ? ' "" Bwaaer Plreh. Bishop Belnragan of Wow York. The morning was taken up with-husl ties* In the afternoon the ?relegate? w*r.t to the Hassans to vie-A* the Morgan colleo Pae A theatre party at the Playhouse, auto mobile ildss a: 1 other gayetie? will li torsper?? ths WOtb of the convention! whV I ?? breakfast at Del monlffi'i E SOB. ?--??.fee sind seventeen al? ternate" are here, eomtng from as far away M Ban V.rpo, ("hi ago, Toledo and Buffalo Tl ' la said to be sjrrow !? sr | ? ben There have been 1? Htpllcat1.or" ts r membership Bin?*? P?s < ember. Amone the pr?sidents of colonies who are attending are Mrs. William 8. >San born, of Ifontclalr, N. J ; Mrs Charlsss of Ratharford, N". J.; MIm ? :>, of Brooklyn: Mrs. L_ Youns?, of Toledo; Mr.?. FVan go; Dr. Julia Mo :.y, and Mrs. Harrison M. PaW ". tOrllBgtOB. hospitality eom Bhote Mra man ef the ? TOUR FOR LIVING MODELS Voyage on Great Lakes Is Planned for Next Summer. -A "cargo" of 'v K mo*.?b ?: the latent rreatlor.s ?le stigBSd t>3 ? ? .'o dressmakers, will be SrtttM I thll sl?nmstr at the principal '*"-*? A T.nkea, acco?fdln.f< to sa am ? "/?y by th? Cb ?ago Dream : ~"v* ?-? '?*??rs srh> n trip p'cin ?*?* ?mer about ? ?troit, Tolsedo, ' WRIGLEYSk SPEARMINT Taste?*) like a mint jtileti withorrt the julep. Chew it after every meal. It's 85 cents by the box Most Dealers. The BeconH inrnt of The Voice in the Fog by HAROLD MacGRATH ? illustrations l,y A. B. WENZELL ? I in thr* < unday Magazine ? : the TRIBUNE CARPET CLEANING Ws H. Hank.nson" ? I ', moos ^^^'''"^??sv'aasB^aBss?SB^aaa?Bsi? DAILY PARIS FASHION DESIGN BY BESSIE ASCOUGH. TV/0 requisites of a useful country suit?style and practica? bility?are qualities of this model of white corduroy. The skirt is three piece, hut full enough to allow for the free, swinging motion of a day's 'cross-country walk. The coat's novel features are the strapped ?sleeves, belt to match, and the braided. rolling collar. The straw toque has a braided brim matching the coat collar, and black wings ornament the side. This suit would be equally serviceable made of Scotch tweed. Hats which may be reproduced at moderate pnces follow on Saturday. VIVISECTIONIST ON STAND IN DEFENCE University of Pennsylvania Pro? fessor Denies Charges of Cruelty to Dogs. Philadelphia. Arm 1ft. ?Many phyMclans ?m?*, several trustees of the University of Pennsylvania were in attendant to-?1ay on the trial of Dr. Joshua E. 8w??et, a member of the faculty of the M??dica: F ?V'ol of the university, who Is charge* 7.1th cruelty to ?logs aftor vivisection op?rations The eoeti made It plnln thnr the case h.-vl nothtng to do with the law fulT.es'? or imlawfulnSSS of ?VtrlM " I S!i?>* Her.r1?-tra <?*;<"en. one o: the prin? cipal ?AftnrRs??'?, ?JOUtlmiSd h^r rtrH-riptlon the dOgS IDS l.n?i ooer la tbS ajiimal ' the university during the ts**m* :-.- "iv* moal n oh ? bad visit?! th* y\*ce to ??;- .-?? ft to prissent them from .- opyrsted ? ? I evidence. Bhs toi r eeeh i <!"* sIth s ???p"? ? ; and str' ? -? li ?t fi ' m II The dogs operated on I :"i tieen fed with food '.?".?? ? htiii was sour si n Misa Berths ? ?? rrob rated much of her sisters testimony. Pol '?? tlfliBd tvIII th?y ... the kee| r of the kena? la f?*f?i fick dogs with (enasntsd food that ap ? i t.. lo ?garbags One witness said ? the kseper told him that the dogs to "take thai m gsl aotl II g." J>r. ? C. Corlls, of Newark. prenMent of v- Jersey Humane Bo?ctety, laid ?he treatment given the ?Iokm at the unlvertdt? op d?*sci bei bjr witnet???**, waa foi i" Bsreet declare?! that . ? i*m I t srere ?aren : - . ' ? et. The strings by a wit ??? from ;? wound ? together a pari rere not the I bee? w? ? I, the ? ' ? . i, . ?. ttcr 11 prop. ? r i ? ? t ws Ft rdbam Law School to Dine. i r ni v? i ? ? ? ?ad at th? PHYSICIAN GETS PRISON SENTENCE Dr. Van Horn Denounced by Court for Traffic In Drugs. Dr. John Van Hem. who ha<1 sT_eea at No VA W eel 1Mb at , was sentenced yes? terday by Justices O'Ke^fe, Moss and flalmon In flpetfal Sessions to one year In fling fllr.g and flnei ?~W for the Illegal ssale of ?"hiss. Van Horn, who was once an assistant rapsrtntsMtdsffit of Dr. Mar-Arthur's Sun 4ay Khool, la the fl-st I1r?n?"*?1 physician to h? conetotod of anlSWfnl traft!" hi co .line and morphine. Ha *bs d?nosme?! by tbe courl w> h meaace to society. Ths fact that hs "ai In th? habit of supplying drug Bend ? m Istained through th?* trio, tlmi them: elvea According to the rej-or? mads yesterdaj in- ?Probation Officer Rstrich Crlmmina Vaii Horn had n larpp and l i?*ratlve hu?i i e?is. Among his clients wore many wealthy persons, 11 V ? ' ? .. '.? probatll deer 1 ? *' a ? ? ? an stopp led n'imer ous drug distribu? ? ? ? ins Ons of bli places, at No VY< - I st. was rs era] days ago snd nine prisoners Van I'?->rn. it appears hid s large n'im i"*r of "patients." He kepi their nam^s In a book, which Ik? referred to when they op- ;'f?; r?>r dm**. Wh*n on tne ? ; hs testified thai hs icave out ?nor* phlne In cases where he was trying to ??lire a i?"r.s??n of the h:?bit. Ilia plan was i does each tim-. h? said. t'nrter ;in SSSUmsd nam*. M:'?. AdSlS Pi ? B, B potiOS matron, wnt to Van Hon ' January ?/? and a?i;?*?! him for mosTphl tfl ? . ting his ? n i lair dram and n?' ? d a n ru-ked Mil in paynistnt Shortly after this h? The real name " said the pr si " ? r ?i, his n poi t, "li join*. Jas b Hoi Me tates that be 1 i been a physician for flftees reai n-.d that he waa grad , ? ,i; has ?Ines had Its I arts r revoked Tl ? see? mtj Pi inns sutl ? al Bo lei Inf? .I me that the ne B .. repreosntettvs <?t . and ?ro? k< d among physf ng ta s tbei teni mi ?n? Inea Hs Rayn ond Htreet ? ? ? ng d?sntlstry in ? Fire Coats Slit: Offer Reward. ? * prii ? n '? I.rd . reward , .. ? ? i ? ils sign li ' to bave iiisuUmJ Lisa *??bmr. PATCHED UP HEART BEAT FOR CARR Amazing Hxperiments Dogs Shown at Rocke feller Institute. SURGEONS PERFORM VARIOUS OPERATIO] Now Method of Closing Incisi and Other Specimens of Skill Exhibited. 0?perat*4 ns dei nstr ittng v- their ? the !??^ im? inri na 1 asa re e\\<d ? affr year lo the ?:r?-.?; Europasn am theatres have not been foisjotl witnessed rssi ittlng i gooaa of ths In! rgjlesl soclatlon At si ala dl were held by la and li Instance one of 1 e f relgi trodu, d ? t?? ? met! ?>i el It th< Use of S''.t;r- s ? ?? ? wsa Roinr on mi of the visit?n Inte si , where i ma n" I Of th< ? l w.?rk ??' Hr. Al<= ,wn, ie e\: lblt?td to na Bva ?'? ? ? : .? I ?r.'lTtr' ?? - the val? "f tli?? hcj .-.,| ?? ...... no picns of having i <^n op?araU : ! - c ?. operations the of the ? ?pped f? r t and ?sns-half minutes, Dr ? r* es in the vslvea 1 f""'t. atid when th? op?vation waa v the dogs r'-\?"?'.i aithotti ?i!;*; i ^I'nor opsrationa for t-imor up, doga ?rere ?.?, ? t.- thirty of the mem> at ' a ssso Istlon, su i sfter thi?i h -i r?essela In glsaa 'ar* *?-e*? pas? around, wi,i?ii ??.itated t?> have n* nd?srfuily r"":,*'v. .i thai they wi ring it wsa In the i eren! the ki owied i to human i vslvol ? troubles thst, I ? ?tra?'.' Several of "', ? ? Ho pita] f ? i: ? -.pl-vi, ? ? ?,-,-, ne? Dr J I li Bruesels, l Ind ? i tg ? ' ? parties] operations, the ? eedi d ! the e Ie?-.; r.f t'ie r ona .-??i'i hold 11 g thei ?Ith >. . , iluralnui tv e turgs wing machine, but is which feeds and ? Vslde from the novelt; of hla i ths i ty wl hi the Brussels eurg?eon w<?: ked t\ ? ?teritv of manipulation of the ! atrumsnts ex?ite?i much favorabl? ew me."it. Four operations for hernia we rerfuim^d !n rapid succession ?two 1 Dr. I>-irthtolr, en?? by Dr. J. P. Hog??,* of New York, snd ona by Di C ?; Bti dick, of Bellevue Hospital. Two of ti .. . ,.... , podally dlffleult, ns the r ? ? -.?.-? Igh?6d mora ths n -'A poum - . i??g, ona worked ?ide \ ?? ? ' ? ? _- and tic other t e Blake ?, the Preab] I. H pltal I ?? Ell ???tth ! Hot, |r., perform?*d sev< al open ? i exhibited con? slei ent si operationa recently !"T*"rme? fin? of the latter wsa n ?case ? ' boi transplantation, ihs bons aubatsnea ha-, I I ten taken from the tibia of the !" and plp--ed above the eyebrow to remed a. defect from a rf?r;':,: f^a't'ire of th tk ill An operation en fho Isrynx fc cancer snd a ma?or operation for car^ noms ol ths 1 rssst wer? sIm stiiuini? i th* ?--1< 11 * or H ?'r perl featerdsy wsa the last d f the coi al m? Ung waa h?*!? After ?? - ? tS I ' Of th ' ? ? ? a tour i .. Baltlm? ? ? ? ? NATIONAL STEEL AND WIRE TANGLE UP AGAIP Knickerbocker Trust Joined a Defendant in Hunting-ton Suit, as Depositary. \r. It.? Iss'ie of April I?, 1114, The Trlh ur.". referrlr.K to a still brought by th Right Rev. Francia Mostyn K.-id othe Ei gllsh lnv?estors ? a < mrnlnst Henry F.. Huntington, rslstlni to ths ?<"'.<\'k of ?he National Btesl an Wire Compai .-ition of th? ? the Knickerbocker Tm ? Cora : ? ? - is olne I ss a ?i- fei 1 i I he cl ? fraud In I liai actioi er True ? ? ?. The ;? ? ende i ? omplaln ?tati ?? the "Knl ? ? Tr is Is a pa respondent ??> this i. n than in Itary" ? f the commoi ? ? red ks of the National >.nd Wire < -inder ccrt:?:r ? : :-, the bin ?.f com? rther statsa that "no re : for agslnst aald responden) [er Trust Company ex?'cpt, entail y, i r1'" prayer*1 to ssi aside .- tha exchsnges of their se crrltle.? all?- ad I ?-e been male tv Inanta and ts restore them to th?lr r!p*'?a at atockholdsra In the Na? tional Steel ?nd wire Company for the ?Ma of the suit against Hunting? ton ?. m? Uoi I?? tha defendant to dismiss tie sraended bill <^f cowplalnt has been IBs ?e and Is return > * lay for ar*ro? Federal 1 " tet i_,o?jrt. m-1 Hol well Gets $4.000 Bridge Job Holwell of *o Oakland at, ; i yesterd ppointed ssc? to tha !:-!'lRe l>epr?rtmenr at a aalsry ' *? ' >, to auccesd Bdgar E who rr^lizr.ed nome time n?o .? ? la a p?s****ona] one of alonar Kracke. Mr H>1 well 1<? i? l!cpuh!1?-an. He I? ae-o? lated with hla father in maaufastsiing eound ? PEGGY AND FAITHFUL BOB. The second adventure of "Peggy-on the-Pulse" depicts a moonlight scene, where j beautiful \*.oman in a glorious gov?n ?s listening to poetic phrases from a Frenchman v.Ho admires her BjrSStly Peggy, accompanied by faith? ful Bob. is enthralled by the scene. She is Keeping her finger on the pulse of humanity, von k***SW? And then there ?musing Surprise at the end. See "A Moonlifjh; 3on.it?.' occupy?, ?J -;?? ent re pa |e, most of w??'" is a p a*4irs by Jos-'?'? Cle-n ni Coll, ?n tl,. s^x?. S'.n.i.iy M.ijatire of T'ie T-ibuna . DRUG BILL SIGNED BY GOV. GLYNN Measure Regulating Sale of Cocaine and Opium in Effect July I. BIG STEP TAKEN IN CONTROL OF TRAFFIC Crusade Supported by Mrs. Van^ derbilt and The Tribune Ac? complishes Purpose. The Boj ? bill reg ilal ag the sals of ??".--? -1 h- OOV? ernor G iterds The i .??asme ?rill . ar.,1 ends a <rusade for more efts Uve egtslatlon, In which Mrs. William K .'anderbUt took a I nan Idei l "? d ??? ith tl mot/ems nt to con) si 1 tei '...' expressed appreciation ol the supi rt v h The '!'? | _ ( ? er. dsavors " he hill, which S I ? Based on March 28. after the ? ; sent i ? : - rgency n .... >, ?? . . .???.. goes further prs venting the Mega] sale of drugi Ii provide an f?sctlve method ol rt? and punish? ing those ei " ? ti ?' Cnder Its i ??? ' i ? ? fa as cocaii ?? oi lum, or 1 f e ? ? ? ept ?on the i> ? ??? ? tli .i" Is '-? bidden. Pre? '"sir grains of morphine, thirty - opium, two ?rain.? of hs?: I sVjralBI of idni fo :r drams of chloral mast be veril efoi delivery to persons prSSs ntlBg orders It Is also provided In ths bill tha* each package bear a labs its si stins the name snd nddress of the physician pon abose pre? r ptlon the sals Is made, dats "i ths sale and ths i une ? ' 'v ? pel n 1 rug. In w Ism I i the responslbllit; snd to assist the .ti thoi Itis rs lolators of ths law, all di tig dealers ai : nusl use ,'..'?? ' inks uppl d bj the B1 ite ? ? ? ith. The order*j ?111 be nut i ::s duplicate one to i a retained by the druggist and th.? othe ? ? way lana srho abuse privileges can i?o .'? i.. tssd, meat K i ? a*ho has acted as < ouna? I for Mrs V'anderl l the Bght against! the di ig evil, de ' ? ti rday ?? ? he had learned of the sigi Ing of the bill with greal satisfaction. The law. be said, eras onl its i, however, and brought matt?!" to a point srhere an camps n foi federal legisla! ? ? mlsTtsl h?* ?i dssi son* and organi? zations to a'hom thanks are due at this time," Mr Coulter declared "We are ??? i?. -lady grateful to rhe Tribune, with? out Its support we would not have been able to ao-ompllsh much, ?'redit is also due to the (Jovernor himself, who, while Lieutenant Oovemor, prevented the bin from being buried; to Jostles Edward Bwann, of the Court of General Betslons; fustics Cornelius Collins, of the Court of Bpeelal Beaaiona AI Smith, the mlnoi . ?? in ths i1 tuae; Floyd H. Wllmot. tant i Had I v' loi ? ? Iflaths irry, s - lunes's Chun h, Oliver st; Dr. tatb ? Dai ? , :..?; ' ? I ? : ? ?Association^ the Woman's Municipal Laagus and ? numl ei if c luais ?and so (?sties ? bo at! in I? d tin V u II a conference - few months h^" Through that confer?, nee Governor G apprised of the true situation In the stats ? ThS bill may be fax from perfect," M> i'oulter aald. "but b> next year It ?111 have had a practical test, and If it .-ds amendment steps will be taken to perfect^ it. To my miad, "ne of the most prala?> tvorthy features ?a tho provision for cur Ing or caring for persons who have be oome asldn-ted to the drug habit. The law bis for a drug user, upon application to a magistrate, to be com? tted to s <-ity hoi pitaL" ? .i of national legislation. Mi ter Mid, srtts a.s imperative as ? u the Boj Ian law. Bverj year tnere Is manufactured here or brought lato ths country tSt,0S0 pounds of opium," he declared- "It Is known as medlclaal upithii. but 80 per cent of It is used Illegitimately. The present annual consumption of cocaine Is Ns\MI ounciea, of which M per cent Is used illegitimately. In.portatlona should be CsVOfully regu? lated.1' ADMITS HE'S FALSE HERO Patrolman Said He Made Res? cues to Get on Honor Roll. ?Ever since he's been a member of the Police department Milton OrsenbaoD ha* h 1 a sincere ambition to do some daring a?-' snd get on the honor roll. Always. It seems, he has been willing, but the opportunity has been laCsking .\ re,-eut (1rs SI t'j'J BSSt lT4th st. Bronx, tempted bin After ?ear? lung it filiad rooms for poeslble ?i I of the flamas he ?-ame out, to find I three children had been carried out by _. neiRhbor. Hil intentions had been grso?l and he had smelled the smoke at close quar? ters. His report to the Tremont sta? tion raatatned the information that he had rescued thre? children St the f.re. Investigation Showed that Henry __, 1 sck, of ?ii? L._sX 174th et, had done the actual work. Much to the surprise of the Third Deputy Police Commis? sioner, I>eon G. Ctodley, the patrolman pleaded guilty yesterdav when arraigned on the charge of turning In a false re? port. sireenraum ?aid he thought heavy timenl was coming to bun and ee? ? .'.???uii as cept It srilllngly. The "Deputy Commissioner wasn't i-re . to decida itch an unusual ? nd, and he said lie'd Investlgats ths : l :. FREE WINE NO VIOLATION Manager of Healy's Dismissed for Treating Detectives. Wine on the house" la no vdolatlon of the ancles law. Two detectives and Pat sich Coyne, manager of Heal y a re?tau rant st Columbas ave. and ?th st.. learned this yesterday during s brief ses ln the West Side court with Magie* ron Cycle. *ns was arestad on April I by De? teetivsM Bolsan and sTiemlng, of ? ? tor Dwryer'e staff. They sand ths ? tars ihe bnnqustt room at Hi ? and were served with wins al Coyne's direction, ahile two vaudeville ? rfonners grstrs gtv ?????-?? ? srrested him. In court ihe ,i.i, ? ...... admitted ???]'.'1 p ?' '??? ? . j ,,,,., ? is "f John ws tei .?? i He was am : ire to be a ? sssller i loleUoa, Respectfully submitted The cost of Equitable sp.ace is determined by carefully measured units. The value of Equitable space is determined by its facilities and advantages. Tt isn't eight hours a day makes a man useful, but what he puts into them. Similarly, in considering the Equitable Building you must extend your deliberations beyond the unit rule. Leases now bring otarte from Ms* 1,1915. Tint baildtna, hew evrr, is due to he completed 2 or S months ahead of that date. Equitable Building Temtjsynrj Offle* 27 Pint Street ?3 *^=r& ALASKA BREAKS; UTAH WAVERS; SUFFRAGE THEATRE IS DARK Downtown Section Disappointed When Setting for "Guise Show Fails?Crowd Attends W. P. U. Meeting, I low ever, and Hears Woman.s Pica for Votes. The forn ? opei ns si the *r??t*>?"**Ss*s ? I to lake pla 8 ' ? BtSI day nt noon .?? v N issau at was p?,,ji potied. if ala k - "i. unfortonstsly ,?-,.?, trsi portatlon ?an be mended, and I'tali's make-up ? .in he tWod, and li the wire needed to operate them and the other characters strives, tha 0rsl pte) ? i given t??-?!:i The thcatr? . n I II ?.MU Cot) Mrs H.H-ru.f San!,?:, Hatch, Mrs .'"hn h "is 11,-rr? U use ttOM r, lira r. U**ttafstoa Hunt, Mr* "vn-rn.in ?!?? R Whltehouss, Mr? B*manual '" ?? stein, Mrs Mari-'i^ M Marks snd Mra -? IfaUte <\>?>l< I ??,:?? for\e of tha ??'??men ??h?> BMUMBffSd ths BBSStJag yes? tc-i!.,- Mi?i Hstefl Todd. MIm 'C?-?e Wlnslow, lllsa Pola i.a ivi.-tt?. Mrs. Rogers snd Mrs. White house arere the had sn i teal sudlei ?. WOMAN'S S?FFRAGE 'I HE.VTRE. Stahls with a hure pasteboard box. i eti of cardtsoard and .? wate ??: ? Inaction ? of attraction for the big crowd tl ered at f>> N"a.-.-.;?i al for 'he ? writ] which the n olitical Unloi siedi? atad its new he In tt < downtuwn district Bualnees me.-;, asea sengar boys and gl st?nographiera gasa an?! Rifled at the tl ?' ''? ? ? i " ? ? ?? and Invs atlgatec th? arorklnga f>f I ? ECONOMY THROWN TO WIND IN HOUSE Amendment Adopted Increasiog (children's Bureau Appropri? ation $139.000. 'from The Tribune Ruress:. ' Washington, April H.? The Approprln t;ons Committee, which trle?l vario is economies In the legislative Mil, was again overridden by the Ho'ise to-day, and notice wsts SSread that when the measure Is put on final passage to-mor row n iiea'.i vot?es srill be demandad on a half-dozen amendments Insert d < the debato over the protest Fitzgerald and Ms Indlgnaat ci eag is?S The House adopted on an Inforn ':3 to PL, an amendment Il re rig from PSbtfS to f!'>4.6:') the appropriation for the ChUdrea's Bgieau The smendmenl was off-*rrd by Repreasntative Oood m Iowa Repol and was supported bj a s"ore of "lasoi group" Democrats and practically the entire RspnhllcaTi mem? bership. The largS lacrease In r.p: - tlon. approximate!, t ??'?? Is to he ?isel In the Inveetigation of Infant mortality and occupational diseases among children. The appropriation for the bureau, as pro posad by the ?Appropriations Committee, provided only for the salaries of the oflli'lals of the bureau an?l limited Inves? tigation work When Southern Democrats opposed th* Good amendment to-day Representatives I^enroot and Stafford, of Wisconsin, ridl ciled a poll*y which arooid appror r?ate hundreds of thousands of dollars to stamp out hog cholera and eattlS diseases and an inconsequential sum "for the babl?s " "Are hogs of more Importance to the gentlemen In charge of tils ?111 than the children upon whom the strength of fut? ure gerierat.ors depends T" asked Hef re sentative Stafford. When debate was closed on the bill late to-.in y ?"halrnian Fitzgerald and his Dem ?barring the clamor thnt i-i?, fro It veo . ?? ? , , ? : i, ,1 l,v all t ?i? ? ,e nk ? . ma? ?lay for ?i. i? ? f?,, ma - In ths suf-| theatre On?ce a anses a b?vy of prettj deb titea ?will ?i?<ri ,-, jmnopty ?,r, ind coll at Mi?- .-?1? o [hi ? ?' ol the ?IJstrlit witfi purple. ? penrfls, blottsra snd t?nu toi ??.Im '.fing ? ? ? ? ? ?. n - .a i - .1 to-m? a ?alar] ?if etarl? to ; ? ? .? ? membei re\ ilnlnsj Wool ?r,d ?i ? IWSI fnr th? ' tilla ?ir n'a Bureau NEW H0ME~F0R INFANTS Healthy Babie3 To Be Cared for Whi1" Mothers Are Sick. A new rh.rltv Ht Par RsckawS] CallSi tie Chlldrsa'a Hainan, la pr? - ??.,.?> care of bable?? v.hlle th*-, mutir.-j gig in ? ? al' s ent hn,r,.'> f < ?. stlt tl ? win he dtrsctsd by ths I a dei ?? ??'.? ?. t of ths Temple la eel. of Far Etoekawaj ?Only bsblsa I 4 ted to tha ha* la far aubacrlptlons i;<?;e ,.-,o;-<h t?> ?.ike ira ol i on? been re? ? ? airs. Edwin B>omm?*?ri< h n et are Ml | '-. >M Licht? .ries Hirsch Mis. 'f. B miner Bterntterg. Mrs. J. Koodell, Mr?. William Ho?tfman, Mrs -' " ? : ..-?! Stein. Mrs. Mra N Barns tl Mr* Walter Jones snd Mra D. ?**kmdnssii They f?rt! ar aid. Mr?. Ksrmaa i< - at [?.wrsnes, [*ong Island, 'u *jsbs> .,.-r Find Life Saver's Body. Amitj-vllle, I/onfc Island. April '?* The body of William Pennet? Of the lOOtg Beach f IfSSSSlllg Ptaticn. WSS * ?lay or; ?r.'i III GrSSl B> 0X9 R J'.urch. a surfnian at the GllSjgj station. Attar a leavs ?sf abasaos 1 ? home In 1 '' to return to hi? ?tntk'n. In spit? ? ' -, t>o put out over the Ice in hla .1ST Ths manhlna atas washed on ahora a fe ?r ?lays ajro. _ C/ yol land r ?OJO WesrJI^S^y , The foyer of our delightful tea room at No. 30 West 34th Street affords comfortable repose for the tired ?hopper. YOU are welcome there. Dainty Luncheons and Afternoon Tea Are Served The fastidious randy buys*r will he ple.ssrd with the selec? tion at our store. "Midway Between the Waldorf and the McAlpin."