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"Boss" Warns Suffragists !
To Shun Partisan Politics jYiiaa Hay, at Luncheon, Tells Women to Watch City Hall So Money Will Be Spent Carefully?\X Tiitman Will Be Asked to Put New Voters on Charitv Boards 'Doat roah into politics. Women, rtmemoer you're only four days old politacally, and you can't know every tking at once The eyea of the world gft npon New York City, go keep neads." This aaa tha message delivered to the ncwly enfrar.chised women cijizer.a ai New York by the "bijr boss" of the Wornan Suffrage Party, V'.sg Mary Gar rett Hay, at a luneheon of the Wom ... : . Hay hus "oss" ever "'age Part (MBBBBBl - - ago. and now that ht B - l looks aa g to ha busier than ? i rather tell you what l - . becan. "i . . ? t to *.et-p our hi ? Don't b> away by -.^-.ons ns. Bjaa* \w..d l'artisan Palattca -i out of partisan politics until you are at. Ba r.ice ? eiaaa, but - -.- *.o join there- Above all. do not accept any rommittees. Wa t aa lor.g er "Our Brat worh must be to or. ? .\.ch women the pra ? ? . bat tha rank nd;f ferer.t - pub es. and when t] ea to ? - ?:h the City Ii.; that, no: because Tammany B : ower. i be th* same :i a Repol - - bb had oeen elected. Watch tte budget. It is your money. women, es into tha ."d the offi l I ? i by more -?d women speak. they tnanked her for her a g tl r Xew York with a tumult of cheera ar.d aob*. ar.d tritfa VBOtag of napkina and mer.u card.. Praiae* Diatriet Captain*. "I don't deaerve that," sa:d the hr-roine of the hour. "It ia the cap tams of t.he Asaembly distr.c:- who de serve Mrs. Eraaat Poole, president of fhe Womc ? -ib, preaided, and the tpaalran were Misi Mary MacDowell, cagn, and Mlt cai."' Women'a Club. who came -1 I the N'ew York Bt to do t new ' bi MaeDowall, who has been the " ?s Jar.<> Adda for rr.ar.y years. dt?crib?d -ien in the - borhood ot" IIu 11 Houae became intar Itioat of ?r:rhaj;e re nnd keeping thi 8J d waalad to get acquainted i ho held the position? ? b<ieome soc:a. t partiaa - your Human welfare :? ? Mer.. nppeal to you for ipyetu, not alor.p | - oving itrtsts. ? welfare.' Miss Hay Ends Wood* Boom .?8 a char er luncheon ia eomf ar. emergencv whieh called again for ttlag oi the ud An ? woman arose in a fl n? o( j rooa. ar i lagaTJ the Cil ? - " I ?1 ?? - room.and Misi Hay itjmped to h< i . I I ? ? i op we eai l were ". women memberr of the tchool ? ? ita eharif e of il The womi ? ' ? as citizer til_ | BONW1T TELLER C^CO. flFTH AVENUE AT 38? STREET SPECIAL FOR MONDAY Extjraordinary Sale of PH1LIPPINE HANPMADE UNGER1E L'ndergarmcnts Distindivcl]; Bonwit Tellcr & Co. This PhiHppine handmade iingerie is made directly under the supervision of speciai Bonwnt Teller ex Co. representa tjvcs_from selected matenals?in the Bonwit Teller & Lo. workrooms established in the Philippines. Xightgovm ... /.95 2.75 3.45 6.95 Formerb 100 4.00 6.75 10.75 Envelope Chcmise*.. .-1.95 2.50 3.95 Formerly 3.00 4.00 Regular Chemises-1.85 2.75 3.45 Formerly 5.00 4.00 t.75 FOR MONDAY ONLvi SILK ZENANA HOUSE COATS 16.50 Lined with a.lk aad tTflB-UBW. aritJl vMde s-tin libboa. emb'd velvet tea coats 39.50 Formerly 5 9.00 I ,nj? taaajta str^htiine ajodd with aatia brocade Iining. SILK VELVET 110LSE COATS trimmed with fur 49.00 Formerly 8$J$6 Uajj, M drapfd house eoa's. with hamcaek ttaa Ibbbb| aaal alurred waist !mr. SPEOAL FOR MONDAY Exccptional Salc oj TAFFETA SIIK reTTKPATS Formerlu SM & <>?'>'> 3.25 Uaaaaual aiylea with Batactni Jaaaaaaj 0. sh.rrmg and plaitrd ruffln more auch honora. Miaa Ada Clark. of the Women'-, City Club, deelared that' ivom'-n ahould u.*e the unpaid appoint- ' ?' ?trpp:r.(r <:or.e* ta the - 00 ttata corr,T,:< h*p age of mer. or, theae voluntoor boards is no*- I ?v ?.x and: ;-'," ika sa:'d. "We ' if then. ta resigr. ar.d --er women do their work on th.- boarda of institutions of whieh women are ir.mates. "There :* not one woman or. th* board af directors of the Stat? Tuber rulo*is Hoapital, of arhlch a majority patienta ar* women. There are "fteen irsane asyluma in the atate. The law protlaai that ther* ahall be t.vo woT.t n - -i ?arh board of seven mem bers. " iraaf to ap i aaaaa oa *ach of these .... | comni'i the appoint hraa on each bi Th<- : ?? jmen non-part; san in their ro'atiir,* w.th nrae,:ca were seen in the fact that many women are alraad I i with po itioat Mra Jo raaaa of the New Vork '?'?. - - Com praaenl who ? - advice. "Wa f in..-.,a: v women have alwaya the men." ahe sa-.d ?? rjtk i tig deleg -- ar.'r k'-i p ef Tammar,;. ildn't rota now. \'o* Well, If Tammany had been ajra.r lt it '. | >uldn't ha--. 43,000 East Side Women Will Be Naturalized With Suffragists' Aid g a)f arhe th" S< ? be one ( . a'rage victory of ? iays nearly 200 women have applied for Bal* izenakip papera to the Naturalization Aid League ot the Socialtit party, 1T"> j Eaet Broadway. it was stated ye*terday a*. a aaaaciag ? tha asaaattva eaaui l tee. Th* Lad.e.' W?;s?. Makers' orzar.iza ttaa 888 25. 188 wom*-n. BI881 ' a-e of ?otmg aa?e ar.d aaaataw The taiiormg trad* has 18,8)88 women. most of whom ar* jr.r.a*uralized. the capmakers have 8/>00 and the r.eckwear makers 1,80*0. About 11,000 of these will now become citisens. Larger headquarters ar.d a >ca' aid branch for the benefit of the new eitizena are planned. Mrs. Belmont Says Arrest Of Pickets ls Scandcdous "? baa told cf *.he arr*?#. of Amencar. women yesterdav for attemptir.g to ap peal to the President for a V88M1 frajr* amer.dment. >!r*. Olrtar H. Bolotont, m?mber of th* National Ex ecutiv,. CaauaHtaa of tha Nationa! Womar.'s Party and chairman of tha* rgaa - raach of newly en franc!'.. I : - ?.". of N*w York <aid: at have *e rome to - fuaariaa trhaa "p'.e-d:d women. '.o: .ng '. are arrested for ask-.n^: "Mr rttJl I ta jour 8t8888g8 to C( naKsaj: ? nfranchisiag woman T "I aai proad 'ha*. Kmat caa -, tBOagh to far* impriso"T.f I ?rarida!o-:v ?ir.prer*der.**': paf88C I ? rtj I cheap." -#-. Mra. Wilson To Be Patroness Cf "Hero Land" Spectacle Wnodrow tTilaaa, - wi tatareajr, arill head tha -.:.- patror.e?a*s af "Haro war reiief mprc . ? ,: Pa'.ace. bogil b?r 24 i eaid ta be the firat larita tion of the kmd aceepted by Mrs. W ? ?? . sl ?? ? Ona r* tha aai tpoetaela willaha 'amed la her hor.or Suffragists Delay Their Selection of Political Parties Attitude Will Be Decided at Convention Here on November 20 Antis Appear Divided Republican, Democratic ar.d Dry Forcea in State Seek Women's Votes Rep il T.ocra*:e ar.d Prohibi? tion orjranizationa in New York State ara 1 loar - | -? open : ?.. -. roin Tl ? - laats J ster > i-Ts inc | - ? tOgil .- nes. It is probab'.e thal ie of .r. . . .... whieh bagiat la Naw ?'?-.? ttlc and Re . But r.ot the ta. t to captur>* the fan -? i ?hey are pr^ meo'a TOtot i . | on thit ar.y otheT political question. Meaning tha: thev will nt*ar!y a'.'. vote dry Albany Politicians Buay ALBANY, Nov. :?>.? The ieaders of both the P.epubiican ar-d Democrat"* parv.ee in this city are already pre panr.g to make ? oid for the woman vote, a'.though r.o deftn.te acrion has ?* Leiia V. S'or. head of the taf frage organizatior. h*re, aaid to-day that the womer. shouid ho!d themaeive* free from party entanglements aatfl *hey have i.ad 'me to exanrne the taimt of the Repub'.icans and Demo rrati Sha said. however, that *he men ?ve supported 'he auffrage cause ? Ll bollarot to be the men the womer. want ia peraona! life, for hjman wel fare ar.d for the protect.on of women d re a Onondaga Women Bar Boat.es STRACUSE, Nov. :0.?Onondaga 8188 vo'.t-rs d'.d not wait for rtfl from po!:tica! Ieaders, but ser.ed notiee tha*. they want nothing ?.o do w.th ar.y pohtieal boises of any "The women arill aaa thalt 88 aea ia vot.n.g," Mrs Man- Hyde | r hairman of the Piftfa Saf frage Campaign D.'trict, told a Tribune -.-.e in the midst of a suf at the courthouse to "Thara are not to be any po tall tkaai ? aw ta I f thii raaaff bafaro that Democratic and m are piayir.g a wait | | Thev be'.'.eve the sufTrage go.r.g to be ab> I vided m go.njf on the theory *-.at >. ote aa the hj?bar.d. ? ita, however, have a - - ua oaign among the that thajr car tret an almost lolid dry rota from thaai ? ipi tatioi ."? jusf.ried. A Factor in Broome County S v. Hor. 16 Far . ? I in Broome County have waged war for - . af the organ;zat:on. Formar Senator Harvey P. BlaaUaB has kerj*. control of tha party. attaoagh al the '.agt prirr.ary'ca.T.pa'.g:. B - M . niarg:.--.. v. .:h the Baaaaaet aaoi woman suffrage had preva.led " state. Senator Hill promptly mformed local worr.an suffrage lead would i:.tn'd..ce ? hill at 'he oper. Bg af tha Le.f.-iature provid.njj that woni er. could r.o'. o::'./ re(f/'.?t>*r for tha krCBl option alactlaa Ifl Apr:!. but that, at tne same time, they waaald be permitted to e-roll for the Call primanes, that they they flalght have a VBiaw ifl r.cra matir.if the cand'.dates *h.ch the law gave them a right to vote for in No? vember. Tr.-s -..< be'.ie\ed to have aiigned a majority of the women'i votes on tha Hill alda for the fall pnmariea. It would aNo make certain a dry vote in BaagBBflataa r.ext April. Rocheater G. O. P. Get Buay ROCHEaTIt, Mat i1 Ww& haa been b*ir;r. - * prel rr. r.ir;- way by P.enublican laadora te latroataei -ewiy eafiraflchl-ed elaaaaal to the party orjraniration. A BtaaaBBBaat by Mayor Edgerton or. Wednesday indi? eated that the Repuhiican le.?d?rs would loie no time :n maaina over.ureg to the WOBBBfl ta join the Repubi <-*i party. _ Troy Ia Anti-Suffrage TROV, Nov. || w ? aaaaaa having the right of guffrsgo. the gitua ?:or. :r. Ifelfl c:ty :? pecu'.iar. Th'a ia a woman'* tOWB; thoi predoai nata i most thre^ ta aaa SflBTragja '*?? beaten here by a Iggt ?-??_?? rai terlr - . | tha aoroa a:* healed. The general op:r to be that they will gplit late tne twe domiaaat parties, fo'.Iow.njf to a tfr^at ? the political fi males Tribute to Suffrage Pioneer tUrCRESTEK, Naw. in ahoal ? ? tiaaate ftfeaaa ..r.d co th? U:e Baaa I. A Bope Caatotorp ? moraing and laid wreatha of Uower* upon tha graves of M'.ss Anthony anu *ter, M?ry B. A: thor.y, who did ? - .-. :r -itter. : waa made becauaa of the victory of women at the polla. . C. Cannett, o' - rga Ma?v. adniataf ementua ?arian Church of thia city. An thor.y sistera worthippad. Ctwdttrtad tha br..f ?ervicea at tha graves. * Senator brown Will Aid Women Voten Former Foe of Suffragiiti to Ask Legislature for Action in Their Behalf \\V. Nov. ;i S.T.a'or Elon R. Brow laaaar of the Senata. aanaancad to-aight la a staf-ment Aihnnv from hia home in W'atertown that now that tha *jm?a bava won the n>rht to vote nothing arill be rermitted to atand in the^war cf their exercieinjr that r.ffht. ?ana tor Brown whi'e the ?oman au Traara amer.dnent waa in 'he legislature had alwaya been one ?.:' its mo*' oer "To plaee women on an eqaolitf ?nen at e!*etors,'' he aaid. "letria ?08 ?? r*ised c.jvnrr two at 1*1"**. Iha tpaclal alaatiaa m Apnl en '? ''j! option i I a pri ... n No ? r. I shall f'avor let latiaa oro I - ? roejil ia for th* i Bttaaaaif. .vor a law penr.i'tinr the eariy rejfistration of women v->tera i irticipati t the --... for ti* nomination of candi tha fa 'Bol 88 beat B'Com diag for r"ri?tration the \pril bal 8 omen have the .:'. tO -.? ?.??.- o' th.> Mrforauaca of thal FOR MONDAY ONLY Women s Kid Gloves Shotl Kid Gloves in white. ivory and tan shadfs. Also one-clasp white chamois gloves, 1.50 The pa r Special Sale Monday WOMEN'S WALKING BOOTS Execptionally Priced nt 10.00 Featured are the new lasts and Ieathers, emphasizing boots with Cuban and Louis XV. heels. welted and turn soles and colored tops. Included?Mahogany calf. tan kid. tan Rus na calf with natural buckskin tops, black Russia calf with dark gray buck or matt kid tops. Also black vamps with white kid tops. Simplc Handmade FRENCH BLOL'SES 10.50 to 79.50 Lnusual and exdusive style-themes empha -izing the reftned simplicity and restraint of Bonwit Teller & Co. French blouse modes. Blouses developed in handkerchief lmen. batiste. crepe de chine and Georgette crepe. IVomen's Unusual DAY & EVEN1NG FROCKS 6k GOWNS 25.00 350.00 Exchjsive and orixinal modes in simple tai lored walking frocks of serge, satin and velvet. Afternoon, calling and theatre frocks empha tizing -mart silhouettes and divers treatments. demi-evening toiletles in veiled decolletape ttyles, sumptuous metallic brocades, black gowns in tulie, pajilettei and jetted effects. The Dcpartment oi SPORTS APPAREL Highlv specialized types in exclusive modes have been developed by this Shop for every sport function. For golf. trap shooting, ten nis, hikini/. yachting, and camp and eountry i lub life. Smart suits, topcoats, frocks. jack eta, waistroats in various cloth. velvet, cordu ...\ and Scotch knit fabrics. Leather is bm. iallv featured in coats and suits, mcluding plajn and fleece-lined coats. RIDINGJTOGS Side and cross saddle habits for cross-coun trv, park. polo and exhibition nding. Ridmg fiaK shirts. wai^tcoats. stocks. puttees. boots, <ravats. crops and ever>- accessory necessary to the outfitting of the well-appointed eques trienne. iMARQUISE DE SEVIGNE Toilet Preparations OF REFINEMENT AND DELICACY Perfumes. Toilet Water. Toilet Powder. Face Powder, Sachet. Bath Salts .al F' b Avi.!.: a?bonwit raxiaEB * oo. BONWIT TELLER &,CO. tl/w cSpeciali/j cS/io/b oT Onamationd fflFTH AVENUE AT 38th STREET a^-v-HV-r^ - ~ v v^\>>*-v- Ja V *>**?"? ?? ^J% ? a 2 rsf-.^* > *-***? ^ An Exceptional Sale of About Tilo Hundred WOMEN'S TAILLEUR SUITS Formerly 55.00 to 85.00 REDLCED TO 44.00 Thi* collection of suit? has been a?sembled from the regular stock and features the season's smartest medes. Chic short coat models and medium length coats trimmed with Hudson sed, nutria or beaver. Also several <tr.ctly mannish tailored styles in velour, <iivertone, broadcloth. Rayonnier cloth and tncotine. An Exceptional Sale of About One Hundred and Twenty WOMEN'S DAYTIME COATS Atsembled from Higher Priced Croups REDLCED TO 50.00 Included are four or fi\e typicaily smart models in all the fa\ored shadings of soft. rich velour. semi-fitted. loose and belted styles, trimmed with large. full collars and collar bandings of nutria. seal, raccoon and kitt coney. A Luxurious Collection of BABY CARACUL & MOLE COATS FAQLISITFLY MARKED. PERFECTLY MATCHED PELTS Baby Caracul Coats Scotch Mole Coats 295M to 650M 325M to fijOM \ . jsive modes especiallv designed for this >hop after the mo<;t Mjccessful and distin :u!?hed Pans modek Individualized types ?there being but one of a style?whieh crys tallize all the elegance and grace of the sea ?on's fur coat fashion*. These coats are 45 to 48 inrhes Iong and are accentuated with various contrasting furs. rsa VWI^ SPECtAL FOR MONDAY Women s Silk Hose Superior quality pure silk in black. white and the leading shades for strrrt and fvening wear. 1.95 Formerly 2.25 ? pairs 5.75 Reduccd Prices?Monday MISSES' APPAREL Misses Tailored Suits Formerh 55.00 to 45.00 28.00 Sfnctiy m.inmvi and "loungf" faihions made of uhipcords burella, wool (**tae* and wool \rlour. Stxn 14 to 18. Misses9 Fur Trimmed Suits Formerl} 45.00 to 59.50 35.00 Featurrd are smart. youthtul modes in unusual tren'ments. Tnphasizing the newest ?ty!e notes in suits of %elour. duvet dc laine and burella Sizes 14 to 18. Misses' Winter Coats l 'erv Special Vahu 35.00 Modish alyiei in Yoaetajte dotk, .nour, diagonal; /ibelines. Fitted and bflted mod'la, Ulfll adjust able muffier coiiu?. contra?tin^ Angora s?ole cn' !ars, plaited backs and fur bandings. Sizea 14tc 18 Misses9 Tailored Frocks Formerh 25.00 to 39.50 20.00 Indtatied ar' f-orka in models appropnatf for schoo! nnd colUge wear. Developed on eimple linea ? rge, wool lersey and satin. Sizea 14 to 18 Misses Aft'n & Eve'g Gowns Formerh 39.50 lo 59.50 29.50 A collection of odd gowns in a diversitv of ityles and colonng*. thia season'a des:rable models in m 1'TiiIs approprntr for aftrmoon and evening .r. Si/rs 14 to 18. Iflourrting jlpparcl An Individualized Departmeni in whieh sc lectionma]; bemadeinScclusionand Pmacy Mourning apparel of distinguished refinement designed in accord with the silhouette of fash icn. ^uits, coats, gowns, blouses, neckwear and all the accessones for mourning wear. A Specialized Feature rcourning Ulillinery Exact reproductions of French hats in black and black and white models. made in the Bonwit Teller & Co. wa^kroomj.