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glory of parad Meetings Fail to Rcplac Thrill of March for Fair Throng. BRIGHT SUN SMILES ON WORK OF "CAUSE VVashinRton Square Gathering Quiet but Enthusiastic Display of Strength. a ama; 'ov v f" "?"*'' !l|s way I in. rrowd ? Of the sp< akei jrtfnobUf? Si th? suffrage mass RiSCtlTI S*HsliinRton Bquare yesterday at ranted himself before ;? woman with ?vptesioi won en' sash across her hreas . g4J-i miss:.-, he queried, "ain't th?' ?? j- be m> suffrage p tai?- this year? t * x Hid him I . ? i ,? i . ".nut that too hai !" Ani that was the feeling a good man ?tonle had r'nr while suffragists bowe wisdom of ti?- leaders who decide ,t,at n was better tu have small ?[??mon aratJona in varioua parts of the city thi pgftrage May day, and wait until th urisf of "?'? ? ?" have ?mo ureat. record Mtking parade toff"? winning the vott ?i.r? was a "let-down" senastion ever) ?here yesterda) Ths electric spur; wiiiP)] : T-riiiisK that wstched th Sjassandi of women msrch up Fifth av? ?n Ma ':,s nowhei ?? evident There were many perfectly um?!, orderl; itreet meetings ail over New fork ? "it v fret was all. Msthing could havs heen moie fortunai fr,,-n tl ?? rondltlons. Ths aunahli .? tin, in a/aahington Arch ami the grass h is. square ?> spsrkling shoved thai tin Weather Man. as usual, was on the sidi of the auffrsglsts. Tin- police were rnost polite t?i the ??'if fragists. If a motor ?'ar ao much at r.urzed tie ??liver was? toM thai h<* muM ??move on ii' i qui! disturbing the meet? ing." A fi ?J socialists- of whom th? "suffx" had fear?"! that they might causr trouM' were on hand bul ?ti., nothin". ?orse l'uni to dtstrihute "The Diary of a ShiiUui ' Striker" In pale pink royera Hi. square ass almost deserted except for Joint PurrO) .Mitehel and a few nursf maid ami babies whea a trifl? before 1 octock the vanguard of ths fifty-four au? tomohiles In which the Weenen's Political I'nion deiegatiea left their headquarters ?t :,'? West idth aL came down Fifth ?%??? (Thla John Purroy Mitchel was a alt s bulldog. ;ui(i the woman with him s.?'<i hei name was Mis.- Campion ? Autos Flock to "Cause." The w i' U speakers' automobile, in which .-at Mrs Norman Whitehouse, Mrs. Oasen .Mills Raid, Mrs Frederick Haz? ard, of Syracuse, and Miss K"so bander* man, the suffrage bugler, took ?tu stand -? nside the arch. Soon the fifty cars of the Woman Suffrage party, dying their yellow bann rs, Mr? James Lees Laldlaw*a csr in the !>ai. came StSag and pre ?mpted th? oust slds of the square. Bis cars with the pale blue banners of th K-ni.-il Franchise Pocietj rame m \t. and thee ? gathered around Mrs.Fred? friik Nathan's car OH tho south Bids Of the s?iuare and started thai dignified ami itional araton arhl h m th i orgsn? ' " .rit ' M" Haars \ lard, h a white auil and ?ith a white bat < rowi lag i at i si j 1 M f- cam? i -i w Ith h >. ige "Will? Lloyd <;.!?: It bsck Il was rumort d for u omsn Bufl i - - a ? ?.>. tl ? ito "" MM and BPSSJ? ? B , ,u,r j revealed only Alfred Brown and i rederlch Nathan standing in the lee of a ? a, bearing the bannt ra of lbs Nal Woman Suffrage Association, easing wistfully at the crowd that listened to Mrs Whltehouse, across, ths square Mrs. Herbert Carpeatt r, carrj Ing an American Bag trimmed ?>itn a inn?.- of suaTi-sge rslkm the bag aht carried in parade laat ,asr wa^ m one of the Ne? fork Btsts Woman BuiTrage I riatloa cars and .soon attracted a crowd a oro of the sid<- streets stood a De? partment of Correction automobile with ' ?'"?'? -- ?? ? ria\ is and her at i retsi Mlaa Kinn, in it. The Commlasloner said araa oui on department buMneaa and ?topped to see how the demoastrstkm Ing Then she bought two suffrage ints from a vendet "I eu] mustn't By these, ' she Bui Misa Finn flew hers, though John i urroy Mltchsl stood right there with his stump of a tall cocked questioningly at Prompti> at ! o'clock M -- Banderman st'.od Mfi and Mew her bugle, and In a surprisingly short time that quiet square produced s largs crowd. Mlai Alice Car? penter, the Progressive lesder, trim In a w hite tailored n??w n, ws ths Brat apeak? ? Then came Mrs vVhltehouse, In a purp'e hat, and <|nit'- cspl ired the crowd with he, spirited denunciation of a "democracy" which left woman weapon? less while butchers and bakers poisoned the children with cold storage meal and poor bread. Bhe made ? brief plea to the mon for the Briatow-Mondell amendment now In fore the Senate Mrs Mary llQBHl. of the Congressional Union, followed her. .Mrs. Hssssrd Introduced these speakers, win? stood ?n Mrs. Raid's car, and reprs aented the ITth Senatorial DlStriCl ??f thp Women's Political Union. Rally at Grant's Tomb. Mrs ?diver II. P. fct>imniit wa OH the side ..f the square with three cars flying Political Equality association ban n? is. In one Of tin tn was Mi I Maude Melons, who mad?' a apsech, The whole demonstration aas a dlssppolntment lo Miss Melons '-Suffrage In tins country." she ob aerved, "ta tame, its Hke a Biacra?caai that Bases and doesn'l go off." Mis. Belmont's deleggtlon lefl early ami started foe Grant's Tomb, where the p E A aras scheduled foe a meeting at . o'clock About 2 o'clock the reel of the auffragtota ti"t under wsy, and the procession <?f moro than a hundred dc " rat .j automobiles moved np Fifth ave. While the w? man Buffragc partj opened iBgS along .''''til St and at the eil trance to the Polo Grounds, and the Women's Political Union Invaded the Mali, ami other organisations scattered themselves over the city, Mrs. Belmonl erected her bsnner at the fool of Grsnt'l Tomb. \ huge crowd uat1 end, for suffrags open air meetings aro a novelty in thai part of the city; but a dissppointrnenl t?d them, it had been snnounced that Mrs. Bslmonl would make her ""maiden open air speeih." Well, she didn't. Those who spuke a/ere Miss Lucy Munis, vice-chairman of thp Congression? al Union; Miss Makme, Miss Florence Harmon, Mrs. J. Remington Charter, Charles Edward Russell, Mrs. Msude :ALL CARS TRANSFER T0= 59th to 60th Street Lexington to 3d Ave. Out of Town Orders Promptly Filled. The . o' venletice of an :? 0 sp| ?? ted bj those ? ho telepnoi ?? their orders from the country. Our .Mu11 Order Dept. nils orders vtirr* Uj ai d forwards them promptly. p. pi of Account? M ? I ' ?? Cold Air Storage for Furs, etc. lurs repaired and remodeled, also. in workshops on the premises. Write or phone. Plut, $900. Announcing Second Week of the May Sale of White cmhraa-R many thousands ol desirable items in muslin underwear, corsets, etc. household linens of everv kind .oui White Goods from allied depart? ments. THE MUSLIN UNDERWEAR includes in exceptionally .road and complete selection of dainty and practical garments, at eut prices. A Few Suggestions in Summer Needs: Couch Hammocks Window Awnings ?M 73 g?o QQ Slid 3 feet 4P 1 7Q MaKQi ?PO.?JO , ;.?. sflsft? Miki canvas hammocks, titled with John Boyle's awning stripe, blue and ? > led "Pomelink" spring and brown, including curtain; mounted on ?wit tufted mattress. Complete, with galvanized Iron trames and fixtures, ai ,1 hooks, 5 v s ready tu liant;. Dexli gton" outfit, hammock, ?and and canopy, $10.00. Window iwnlngS, made to order in workshops <':i the premises. 119.00 ?59th to 60th St., Lex. to Third Ave. Your Last Invitation THE TIME in which you can en? ter the Game of Quiz and share in The Tribune's distribution of $7,150 cash is growing short. Begin to-day in the Ben Franklin Quiz, and win big money. Details on page 2. S bwarts. Dr. Isa a Ola p ? I Un f.. ' t'Hti'i stayed Iretwesfl dldn'l fnrii.fili h*|f the ?...r_,,n tij^eJ when Mr? IneZ h I ? ? Mi- ? ristoa "?? ? 'Or., ut and a -ke,| for a I ? ? BVei hand in the crowd was II area eupposed thai the Phafroth riment nos .i:-', before the B?sate 'K-' I '" read at some sf the nasalisai yesterday, Bin?e at-#ia$rista shied with ?i-Motiai nnd atsti i rffraga a - See BSpportlrtf that. Bal for some res on ?iiora the en tow-Meadell sisead' nient didn't bSVS the floor a perfl onmitsl do? irrie.it wan -end So the fiKht which |j saM V) hf. r^n(j|nt; f!v fl rf.nks ii ? a esrer the two BJnsndtneStS didn't OOCSS to spoil the dcsa ?: ? ? sUen sere MISS KlizHb-th Freeman appeared at' Grant's Tom? for a little m <> t. ? didn't -I .ah She said she wan tOO I bj her psdestrtss sssrdse a? one of the "mourners*" hand outaada of Mr. Rechs feller'i oesea and her rohaequenl h and thirst and Bleep strike in lall. ?--e CITY PAYS HONOR TO SUFFRAGISTS ( ..m mu.?<! from pace I ? in not remiro thr- suffrage to achieve ?m entrence into puhlte iif<*. Buffrage fur women iu ;< question that mon win I decide sccording to tii<- dsmsuds of women. When enough women want it and want II enough the) win g<-t it l'util then my experience doea not lead 'm., to believe they will Buffer materi? nil' fur th" link of it. "Whatever the outcome of the suf frai?e movement, Il 1$ the trend of af? fair? to-day to brins worn?-., forward to positions of Influence in publie end social matters, it was my privilege to take the first radical Btep in this direr- I tiun. For a woman to be appointed I tin- head of a Kr. at dtjr depsrtment ! now Hc?ms natural; four months ago it was revolutionary Praise for Leaders. "Soiuiv ami government pn'tr' ^ under the atlmulua or leaders of Ideas and vision. If women undertake our great social problems with strength I sad courage, the) are hound to tak the leadership of affairs and no oppo? sition of men will keep them out of air- fit-id of the world's work.'" Miss Casey, at the rcqinsl of Mrs. BlStch, tiun came forward to reply to the Mayor. "The Mayor thinks everything will be done If a few leaders do things." ehe asserted. "Well, they will not. Keeping tin- ballot from tin- working girl la lik" keeping a 11 f * - preserver from .i drowning person, mi the theoi Hint a perfect ISdy ought to sit in a lilYl.o.it even When there- ??n't any life bost." Later in the evening Mrs. Blatch SgSin referred to the Mayor's address, stating that she wished to rail particu? lar attention to ins statement that women mus? show their power of lead* erahlp, "Where would the Mayor be to-day," she Inquired, "if he had wailed fi r the nn n of the city to declare their leader? ship r With the exception of the dtsspprov ii arousid by the Mayor's speech the meeting passt d off smoothly and un? eventfully, crowning the many activi? ties of Suffrage Day in a fitting man in r. Almost 4,000 persons, 80 par cent of whom wire women, managed to Ret Into the liai), and after the doors were Closed an overflow meeting was luid on the Steps for tin- benefit of the thou? sand or more Who wire tmahle to se? nile entrance. The boxes were bung with the bSI or th" various counties, and even one of the Norwegian Suffrage Bociety. Boms of the women for Whom D0X< s were resSTVCd u.-i-e Mrs. MSTCUS M. Marks. Mr.-, i i-:,],ri Milla Re?d, Mrs. <>. n r. Belmont Mis. r. B. Breitling ami Mrs Themaa Chad bout tie. ir. du the platform were seated msny men and women prominent In suf? frage lines. Mis Blatch a*ki<" senator Bhafroth to ? \nlaiii the amendment he was champion? ing in Congress. The Benstor asid that the amendment provided thai If I per ci nl of the \oters of any state Blgned a pati? to ti.;it effect there should !"? b vote on tin* Question of giving the \ote to w omi ii. lie ssid that tin women of the country wanted to vote, ami asM that if as many tuen as women were in favor of $SJUSl suf? frage members of Congress would be fail? ing over each other to pasa the bill grant? ing that light t ir. Davis, Commissioner of Correction, w.is Introduced as the "ofBclsl mainsssl disciplinarian." There le no argument againsi suffrage, she maintained, ss she explained that she had bees lorn a suf? fi.mist New York is Koitic to he a suf? frage slat'- nexl year, she predicted, Her peroration contained the following deduc? tion: That as there were many excep? tions) mes who were dressmakers and - >,? might finie he an exceptional woman some day who would be President ,,. thl ' i..!- d .States. i'thers Who made addressee were Miss \ .? Paul. Timothy Hesiey, Mrs Norman WhitehOUSS, Miss Lucy Hums. Mrs. An toinette Funk and Miss Carotins Lexew. I MAKES PLEA FOR WOMEN Suggests Special Department in Free Employment Bureau. Mise Cornelie Bryee, n rhtsry of the Conference on Unemplcytneal amona Women, srrittag to Msyi r Mltchel :??? day to congratulate him on the steps t..K. it tor the estahlishm<-nt <if n free municipal emplo>ment bureau. BllggSSlSlI , s omen'e department. "The phase of the SUhJej t iti Which this ? retire is especially Interested." she ?Trots, "I'ln'erns women and children, and s., iirrportsal do we consider this uuestion that we venture to mee once more that it I?- gtVSfJ your most important consider at.i'ii. The wide raille ef woman's indus? trial SCtiVlty in faetones, offices. BBSTCBn tile rMtal'llshmer.ts. iiomestic service and I.,,,,,- work, together with the seasonal nature (if many of lln.se trade* and eon . b< n regulsrlty edseBPteqrassnt, makes tl.e SUkdeei a most important and com? plex one \Ip. Peler CeeMBSff Hewitt is <-liairman of the conference. Miss franc?s Keller M.e-ehalrman snd Mrs. J. Sergeant Tram tressurer. 3,500 HEAR PLEA FOR "VOTE" ON MALL Suffrage Speakers Prove Charming Spellbinders for Many Men. -? o th? nasvemant in thla Mate f< i in s (trage a gTSSt tribute ?a? gives yessardai afterneoa at the Ma TbtatSgneaM nearly three rswd of LMt perso;?---there w. more aasasa than m?n. and there Were socns cldldren-re,naln^l to listen te -r>?e ?has on the causa at a meeting staged by the Woman's Political I'nicn The great Interest In th? qusSttatl a n earl? The hour ,et fas begin? ning the pent ssdla|s aras -? ? o'eksck ThS BpeSCSrSS were t-i | ?? getJVtr-\ and Stand, to th? east of Which BIS v>re- or benches Half "f Ihess bet sccuplcd by i?M ?During the aesi naa, Ult ether, r? l?-?J and asrssns ?In cam. later had to stand ?lose to a thojsan?! p?rson- were stand? ing when the meeting was under a .< Hundreds of others looked at the throng from the canopied t?'ra?-? rising tow.r i Fifth avenue ln Its weather it WS1 -'.i ? a May da Between ca<h address the band p I but th?- andlenie appeared to CSntTS it" latereel "ti the apaeeass ami asi 01 I music, Mis. Norman WMtssskuss was intro? duced a? a woman who was not a puNn speaker, had no desir? to be, but aaa urged to jt by the asosasM] of the i ?< ? She was very successful. That statement means nothing. She Is so pretty she COUld talk, d al ?. it the Income tax and made a hit Bui her suoeess was quit SSlde from that. She told the women of how tae ballot in the hand? Of B*S8BSn would affed features of dome?tir lif. that women ?lo not orjinanly consider. "TOU, huatfeand," she asid, "may blame ysn for not having dinner on time, hut yOU an- tied responsible for that ll< I protest that the vegetables are not fin but you are not responsible for that. He muy kiyk about the meat being had, but >>>u ate i.oi rssponsfbta for that. "When women vote our liome llfn will in- so mm h better. Wo shall be able to bring up better ehlktren. i think rhii dren are a very important issue i:i this battle. Every womsa shouM be raarried and have children, and every aomsn should think of the features of the ballot that win ?h, more for children. They plsy "ii the street?. That means v <? w:ll :? ?1st that the atlOOtS be kept In gOOd eon htion. They play In the parks. That in.ans we shall insist tl.it the parks I? kept m good condition ami that they ie proper!) policed. Ami there ars lot-? of "!,.? thst to be thought of " Miss Helen Todd. of San FVanCieen gave a talk that was most entertaining Bhe toid how t: fight wss won m < '.< ? fornls ui;i? the question how thai win,Id Mile was put he/on- sonn- foreign? si out there, she said, thai told bei thai couldn't read or writ? or \ot> i ^ai'i th. ? eipected to learn to reed and write, and, when the) ?lid. th.;. d '" ?Nor " "In one town were a iiHiinn r o? fo ere who were voting. Ws hsd si" nt con? siderable time trying to win them over to is, but BS they mirked their ballots they'd t-i] us that they had voted Bg&lnsi us. line mar., who had been interested in um- campaign, ran over to me an', pointing out a man who was headed 'm the street. asM that he had voted for u i asked that tin- friend be called back, so we could thank him. lie came bach "He was a barber, he aetd. Three or four week before his wife had run .>rr with his assistant. "'Wir. did yOU vote for us." I eaked "'Well.' he said, iir. wife she run av ay \> Mil Tony Yerv bad I hslPS you holies Mite ami you ladles Bti au? i ' oolia I "Hut it was not from BUCh motives BS this thai men came to our aid in ?rj: Bghi for auffrage, snd our victor) ws by a large margin And 1 am sure that when you men get >our opportunity m 19]g to de nie whether or not worn? it m this Mate ar? (?? be enfranchised you w ill give us the ballot." The fear by men that women, if per? il.*ttod to vote, will loss their effeminacy aaa taken up m the .speech "f Miss Elizabeth E Isw.uth "Are women going to chinee over? night?" she asked. "Is the ballot goincr to take ti Min woman he, bSSUty, her grsce, hei 'harm.' Won't she really be a better wit" a batter mother, when she is- empowered with the vote?" Some of the sptsken referred to Iks assertion that motherhod would bel less aaered if woman suffrage wins " 'Motherhood must be kept saned That is the .t v of some men arha dS ii"t know precisely what thev are talkinc about. When they leave their offices at night they step over some sa?"red mother who is scrubbing the BOOT for 1. rents an hoar." The meeting wound up at i *?'< ovio<-k. \\ ben the opening speech was being made ;> number of donkeys, attached to carts m Which children are drawn along the walks, made , nnsidi table mise. Un? doubtedly thev were applauding the i^er, but Hiere ?raa so much human encouragement on tap thai the four? rapathtaers were not needed, so ? they were removed from the Baghboiiaood. SUFFRAGE'PIGEONS SPEED TO CONGRESS Bear Message from Brooklyn Mass Meeting Demanding Votes for Women. The celebration in Brooklyn yesterday of Suffrage May bay brought together ?noie than five tho isaral women advo? cates of votes for women at Prospekt lar!: pla/.a. Where speeches were ma?le by the RSV, Lir John Howard Mehsh, of Holy Trinity Church; Dr. Lovejoy Kl llott, id the Hudson Guild. Mrs AttcS ?.'arpenter, of Manhattan, an?l others. The speakers' stand was ln front of the Sol? diers and Sailors Monument, where the members of Um various? ot panizations tethered. A feature of the gathering was the re base of two carrier pigeons, r-?rrylng Is Washington a resolution passed at the lUSSilllg Calling on Congress to give wom? en the vote. The resolution will be trans? mitted to the President by suffragists in Washington, w no will receive it. Prior to the meeting there was a parade of fifty automobiles, starting from th-- headquarters, it R Lafayette ave, headed by Mrs William a Prendergast, wife ?if the Controller After psaaing through the Hedford dtetrlct, thsy gath . . i .?i ti.e pisas -V concert by shan? non's Z8d Regimen! Band, assisted ! n a ? imrus of more fan ?ne hundred voices, was given after the meeting The automobile parade aped to various parts of the Itorotlgh. after the plaza, meeting; was ov?r. visiting the gather? ings entteh aere hehl during the after j noon and evening DAY OBSERVEDJN STATE Buffalo. Rochester, Albany and Syracuse Have Exercises. KurT?.o m, . N.Mjint-.iie BsTah from the base 0f the McKinley Monument m Niagara Square, were the only f-at? ures of the suffrag.st demonstra':"!! c re M ? .'??>' pa da? it. of all i rss the l.-ak-- This after? noon the ? t IS N'.i. I t . . Rsehi ter, "? g .:ra--e ? a in rsa open-air nie. r | . ? ;i... \\ ,)rr!. Club, i the \ ? . . atiss Hsr t Ma Mills, of B) : Me- I '. w IP delivered prominent pla< ea by meana of pla?ai ? gas di , -. iTtnK i For a otSH s ce ocsl suf? fragist?' contribution to the nation-wide s iflfi .m- di n B racusi Me - I bera of ti ? Pe I Equallt bti d a- i ? ad i ..?? ten a; Ids s do ? night and msfched to Clinton gquara when n oMss meeting area held. Bhort Sddrr s---.-- ? , r. made h>- a sen;, e- s'ifr.4 After the meeting petitions favor mi.- a ? tlonal constitutional smendmeni ?rere circulated GREAT PARADES IN OTHER CITIES Breach Between Jane Addams and Mrs. Bowen Mars the Affair in Chicago. ? :-? age - .'frase daj ? as ,-eie |.rater! to-day by the largest parade of ?a.mi.' aver heW In Chicago Thoussnda or aromei *? ? of t m past s. venty, mSB) Sf them not \ el twenty-one? marched down Michigan ave. In ten 41? ViMi'tlS Formally the psi ida arsa a mi thanking the state Legislature for voting suffrage to aromen end sa Chicsgo'a psrt In a nstloasl demonstra The sbesnea of Jsnc tddsms, acting president ol the American National Suf? frage Asso stl o and Mrs Joseph T Bowen, another of the national officers, naiie.i the hsrmon) ol ? Bonstra ti'-n Boston Mas - (Vornan suffragists to the niin.i. ? :'"??i marched lo-4lay through streets crowded sith man; more thousands of onlooksn it was the great ea| parada of a omi n In the in toi New England. Buffrage leaden declsred that II compsn d fsvorsbl sith th< Wsshington and v ?* The route sas hue.i by spectators esti? mated to number 300.030, main- of whom wore the ellos (lowers and banners of the Buffrsglsts, while man] other :.?a ad the red rose, a) mbol of sntl fragists. TM- !,i" of march broi ghl th< pai i last the State Mouse, where they were -..i. v.id lo ikrvernor Wal h Baverai women's colleges Bent d< ega among them W< lleale) and Mounl Holyoke. Of the several hundred men who joined in the demonstration In favor Of votes for WOmen most were ? ? students, Including Harvard snd Masse - chusetta Institute of Te hn MRS. BORDEN SUES AGAIN Would Divorce Milk Man Charges Desertion. ;i \ ;-e>grarh '1 The Tubun Log Ansjslaa, CaL, Mat I .-?FWeow? in? the deahaJ ?>f ? Been.f <ii\o?> ? It th?> !? <*a! courts three >ears ago and ar appeal to the Buprssns Csart, tvalel s.istained the jmlgnnvit laal year, Mrs Helen M BsgtJen IM another suit to? day for rUVSSae from Gall Horden, the millionaire SVapSsatsd milk man, al? leging iles.rtion. Tim Pordens were BMUllSd in New York Daeaaal er 5. IBM and asaaratad in Ji;!>. 190? An agreement was mai!?1 between the B' rde s andar the tareas of which she ?sas ta roasts?, $lt,#af a year for the support of herself ami her daughter, llamona. SUFFRAGISTS MAKE BASE HIT WITH FANS Flying Squadron Waits for Root? ers and Scores with Vote Arguments. AS a Brtsd-Up for the e/teraOSa acttvt? ties of the suffragist-; s B) bag SSJSfeadron of eight big touring ears, n led arith rasa and women isadars and speakers, w up to the poio Grounds where Brooklyn was bOWltng over the ?liant--. ati?l lay in wall outside for the tans At inst ths crusaders took . es in flight h avenue betwt an -1 and the entran.' to the grounds, but half a dosen policemen at once hustled "\er and told them the-. COUld nit stau I >?? the) deployed, some takuu. .-,? their positions lower down m EUghth ave aid ih. 1 .de Btreets, while four of them ? wont over the lull l>\ way of the iSSth ' rlsd ai ."i on over I 1 the 157th st Ieubwsy station, where the) settled down , to wait for tin i tow is there la a !'. ,\ -'Lull. :i- th. hoi d? ' Of fans D to pour out of the grounds, hun? dreds Of them Btopplng a ?? the younger members of the psrty, gayly be? decked I "'"' w ? nt among ? iii-t rl but Ing ' ;? cul in ?v ere Mrs , I Mrs Mart! 1 w < ? twort h 81 1T1 t 1 d? 1 ?ck \ ttl an, Mai 1 W 11 sit 1 w ? II w ntworth, 1 ir. B. M l ? inn, H 1 John "U W 00d, Mi- William Grifllt Mr? Mari. ?> (an, Mil AII? ? ChOWTI ani M - \ da Butt? The ' a is m ' the National Me- - la i:ih. 14th and Hal v -? 1 I Dtotrd I Bull igi psi I org mlaatlons; the w 01 m s Buffrsgt party ol Manhattan, and 1 ; 11 i ?. ' 1 ? ' 1 y l ng the 1 NEGRO HAS $100,000 GEMS Diamond Rope Found on Arrest of Roustabout. s,, n it anci ici ?, May ' ol ? negro roustabout of a travelling circus In Berkels) reeterda) for rightins led to iite recovery of a roi.f die.ndi ..?ii at 1100.000, for which the police of t! a Pat IflC ''oast have been -. .?: h ng the ISSI week. The diamonds are the propertj ?if Mrs. ? Prank <; Hogan, wife of a wealthy resi? d? i of Pasad? na. B a los! : I ? e attending a circua ii Pasad? n i AUTOS CRASH AND ! DRIVER MAY DIE Taxicab and Limousine Collidt and Chauffeur? Head I* Badly Crushed. In a nasal With the limousine s Thomas II. Rodman, at Fifth a\e an< 55th St last nicht. F'igene F. A>mer a tsxicab chauffeur, bad hi? head baai; cntSBstd. tte arse taken unconscious ti BeUevue Hospital, where it w?j s, ? he probably would die. Mr Rodman, who lives at ?"> Tari a\e was driving down Fifth ave aM in i he limou In? s re Mra, Rodnsss m " Bimrall and .' P Osaswasv A) mer. Coming UP the avenue, tried ti turn west at 55th St m front of tin Rodman Tin two machines collided with si impact that sounded like the axploa of a ?annoii They spun around on the aides t,:. fion! of the Hoi Gotham and locked teajatber larri passers!" had narrow o$< apes .' women amone them added ttwl se reama to those of the women m tin limousine A> tiler was shot through the win'. she :d of his cab Hie head was st; . b) the limousins and he hUBg I pended serosa his engine Fifth svenue was crowded. Has Erst Impression was ""it a bomb had base ? X| ill St the home ,.f .lohn P Ro ? ' '. \\ . ^' 54th $1 . lire th. h w is an immediate rush thtthet Among tl' ins! t.i r each A ' mer Wi Assistant District Attorni \ Tieacor Murphy, who w,is passitiK, and Da tectlve Willlars Ward. Ward sji watching the me mere Is front of Mi Rockefeller's home, and he ran intoth* avenue, believing some one had been ?hot. Mr. Murphj ami Detective Ward re ? i v i met. w hue Patrc4gsaa Riley called an ambulance Then thev res cued 111? o, , (?pants of tin limousine and carried ?hem into the Hotel Qothsm. The women s? cul sbosjl i h.. face w it h flj Ing uias. In. Wright of Flower Hosptts!, took Aymer to Beltevue. lie said the In? jun t" Ho in.o? left httie , hence of recovery. Aymer. who lives at '?"?'I w t Uth -t . drove hi? own t in. . - TO CHECK BABES AT POLLS Mothers Who Vote To Be Re lievcd of Care ot Infants. Mothers of White Plslna who bring tin ir babies s hen th- ? rot? gt the i ?1 lege school election on Wednesday ma) ? in .'k the int le ones ^!i Ile . \> pi ism? i arn Ins.. A i OOffl m the High s. i.i building e ill i" resi n ed for tie o aines, who ? iii i . tsgged and kepi m ordei b) young soi let j | Por those women living iom< di 'anee from th*' polling plsi ? a nd foi I host too weak io walk to the High Bchool wealth', women of the village will s i itomohilea and i arn (fes, 3. % SBaSaaBBaaaaasaaaBaassaaal BROOKLYN 17 Minutes (irand Central to A. & S. Subway Station, Hoyt Street Store Opens at 9 A. M. and Closes at 6 P. M. Our Greatest May UNDERMUSLIN S/ALE Corset Covers, 10c to $3.59 At 10c. Loa neck Corset Corers, with wide insertion nt lace, rib bi?:i beading and lace edging; others with nea: lace edging rib? bon run. Mure orders only. Others 81 15c, 39c, 49c, 59c, 69c, 79c. 98c, $1.48 up to $3.59. Crepe Corset Covers 25c to 98c Gowns 24c to $15.98 Al 24c. Nainsook Kimono Gowns, with cotton torchon lace edging ribbon run at neck, lace edging on sleeves. .More orders only. ( Uliers up to 98c. A beautiful collection ol exquisite Gowns, besutifull) trmmed aid beribboned, at $1.25, $1.48. $1.59, $1.69, $1.79, $1.98, $2.69, $2.98 up Ii $15.98. Extra Size Gowns, 59c to $6.98 Al 59c. Extra size Gowns, low square and round neck, yoke of effective open end embroiderv; others with V voke of fine blind embroiderv. ribbon run. Others at 69c, 79c, 98c, $1.25, $1.48 to $6.98. Crepe Gowns, 39c to $1.98 Al 39c White crepe Gowns, hi? mono model, torchon lace edging ribbon run at neck, sleeves edged with lace. More orders only. others at 59c, 69c, 79c, 89c, 98c up to $1.98. Camisoles, 49c to $7-98 v 49c. A beautiful collection of Camisoles, some of lace and rib boa, others of cotton crepe de chine, with lace insertions; also -hadoA lace effects, with ribbon iboalder straps; also dainty lin? gerie effect . prettih trimmed ?.?itli lace and embroidery, with lace straps ' ?t her s at 79c, 98c, $1.25 up to $7.98. Petticoats, 39c to $18.48 At 39c. i ambric Petticoats with ruffle of embroider> run with rib r-on; others with shadow lace flounce, finished with ribbon bow; other*, the Straight model, with embroidered d ihed with embroidered icdlop An exceptional) good assortment ol Petticoats, comprising all the newest effects, handsome lace .nd embroidered models, 79c, 98c $1.18, $1.48, $1.59. $1.79, $1.98 up to $18.48. Combinations, 29c to $13.48 At 29c Combinations with aliover embroider-, fro It, ribbon run at neck, lace edging on drapers or skirt. St??re orders only. ; Others at 79c 98c, $1.18. $1.48, $1.69, $1.98 up 10 $13.48. Aprons, 9c to $5.98 At 9c Small round crossbar Aprons. with hemstitched ruffle, others of lawn. Store orders only. Others at 49c up to $5.98. Crepe Drawers, 39c to 98c At 39c '.repe Drawers. Knicker? bocker, with insertion and edging of torchon lace; also culotte shape with daintv embroiderv. Others at 49c to 98c Princess Slips, 49c to $14.98 At 49c Lingerie Princess Slips, with lace edging ribbon run, lace edged ruffle. Store orders only. Al 69c Princess Slips of lawn, in pink and blue, dainty lace yoke, ribbon beading and lace edging at neck, tucked and lace edged rut tie. Others of white nainsook, wide insertion of embroider;, rib? bon run. with embroiderv ruffle at bottom Others at 79c, 98c, $1.48, $1.79, 1.98 to $14.98. Bloomers, 39c to $1.98 Al 39c. Bloomers ol cotton crepe ?c chine and ?.repL-. in white and daint) pm!- and blue, finished with elastic band at knee. Others at 49c ur to $1.98. Drawers, 12c to $6.98 At 12c Cambric Drawers, with cambric hemstitched tucked ruf tle. More orders only. Others al 59c, 69c, 79c, 98c up to $6.98. Extra Size Petticoats, 69c to $6.98 At 69c Extra sue crepe Petticoat--, with ruffle edged with lace. Others at 98c. $1.25, $1.48, $1.79, $1.98, $2.25 BB to $6.98. Chemises, 49c to $10.48 At 49c ChgsalseS of soft cambric, v.ith neat embroiderv edging rib? bon run; others with voke of lace and embroiderv. Others at 59c, 69c, 98c to $10.48. Envelope Chemises, 49c to $3.59 At 49c Envelope Chemises of soft cambric, ribbon run beading and Val. lace edging at neck, bottom "f Chemise edged with lace. Short Underskirts, 19c to $2.25 At 19c Short Underskirts of cam brie with cambric ruffle, hem? stitched hem. Store orders onl\ At 25c Short Underskirts, with tucked ruffle edged with torchon lace; others trimmed with em? broiderv. At 39c Nainsook short Skirts, with lawn ruffle trimmed with in? sertion and edging of lace; others with ruffle of choice embroidery. Others at 49c, 59c, 69c, 98c up to $2.25. it ??>?.