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WMT SHALL WE WEAK?
STYLES THAT PREVAIL IN DRESS
AMONG WOMEN OF FASHION.
Tho Bridal Trousseau Bewildering in tlio
Multiplicity of JLts Garmoats and Lavish
Display o I"ino Iacos and Hand
What a multiplicity of garments are
needed nowadays to tishor a woman of
i ashion.suitably on to tho shores of matri
monial erdsicace! Two dozen undergar--menta
of all kinds chemises, drawers,
nightdresses, each mode of cambric pre
sent a bewildering array of lace and
work, tho needlework all hand wrought
and of surpassing fineness. Stockinette
bodices in many cases replace ordinary
long cloth petticoat bodices they fit so
much better and tho white flannel petti
coats are all embroidered very deep with
The white lcngcloth petticoats for day
wear display, a reptn or emDroiuery wmen
would have Deeen
suitable for dress
es so m-o years
since, while for
evening they are
made of thinner
with lace flounc-
A BRIDE'S GOW.
in? carried up the back and forming deep
trains when intended to be worn with lontr
gowns. The silk petrir oats are altogether
charming, mude in black silk, with pinked
out flounces of.p.ile blue accordion plaited
merveilleux, with Valenciennes lace and
Tea jackets in pale blue silk and pink
crepe have puffed sleeves, high collars and
a profusion of lace. The mublin morning
gowns show the same lavish display of
lace, embroidery and ribbon, but there is
no very decided novelty in the make.
The bride's dress depicted in our cut is
of white satin duchesse and is ornamented
with bands of white ostricii feathero.which
are carried over the hem of the front of tho
skirt and down the right side as a chnte
laine. Tufts of o.-trich tips aro combined
with sprays and trails of orange blossoms,
which gracefull' loop up the folds of the
skirt and cross the bodice. The full front
is in China crepe, with frilling of whito
laze round the V shaped bodice, wrists and
oval shaped train. The buttons ; nd ear
rings are pearl. A coronet of orange blos
soms, jessamine and myrtle is worn with
the long tulle veil that falls at the back.
lolasbes Sponge Cake.
One cupful of moiassrs, ono egg beaten
rcry light, one teaspoonfnl of soda in one
half cupful of water, two tablespoonfuls of
melted butter, two cupfuls of sifted flour.
Mix in given order and baku in shallow
I'ho nuznbar of blind people it? tho world
is set down at 1,000,000.
In 1S33 Boston contracted for sperm oil
for street lamps, ninety cents per gallon
for summer oil and ono dollar for winter.
A meteor ihnt fell in Washington county,
Kin., recently has been sold to the Kansas
State Univorsity for SG00. It weighed 144
The experiment of tanning leather with
pr.!n:etio roots has been successfully tried
at Apalachicola, Fla.
In 1S20 a psiir of rubber shoes was scon
for the first time in the United States.
They were covered with gilding, anil re
sembled in shape the shoes of ;i Chinaman.
A newstjieof mourning paper drops
the black band from the edgu&of the sheet,
and h.is it drawn diagonally across the left
hand corner only.
If the salt held in solution in the ocean
were spread over the earth it would form a
layer of more than thirty feet deep cover
ing the whole globe.
According to The American Geologist
the largest gold mmo in the world is in
Alaska. It is lighted throughout by elec
tricity, and is worked day and night.
The invention of two new musical in
ttrumeiits i- announced. One is a bass
iiddle big enough to make a little catboat
fourteen and a half fees over all and
eight and a half beam.
A weak galvanic current, which will
sometimes cure a toothache, may be gener
ated by placing a silver coin on one side of
tne gum and a piece of zinc on the other.
Rinsing the mouth with acidulated water
will increase the effect.
The United States government commis
s'onor of patents estimates that from six to
seven-eighth" of the entire manufacturing
capital of the United States, or 6,000.00V
000. is directly or indirectly based upon
Few have any idea of the terrible waste
o bird lifo t hat the fashion for birds as
trimmings involve. Forty millions of
humming birds, sruibirds. orioles, gnils,
sea birds, waxwings, birds of paradise and
fly catcners .ire annually immolated to thit
i hick and lilossy"
"THE PRODUCTION of an abundant
I growth of hair, of a silk-like texture
xnd of tbe original color, often results
from the use, by those who have become
bnld or gray, of Ayer's Hair Vigor :
"I was rapidly becoming pray and
bald : but after usimj two or threo
ottles of Aer's Hair Vi:or my hair
jrew thick and glossy and the onei
r.al color was restored- M. Aldrich,
Canaan Centre, N. II.
" A trial of Ayer's Hair Vigor ha con
vinced me of "its merits. Its use has
not only caused the hair of my wifo and
daughter to be abundant and "glossy, but
it has given my rather stunted mus
tache a resiectable length and appear
ance." It. Britton, Oakland, Ohio.
"I have used Avcr's nair Vieror for
the past four or five years and hud it a
most satisfactory dressing for the hair.
It i all that I could desire, being harm
less, causing the hair to retain its
natural color, and requiring but a small
quantity to render tbe hair easy to ar
range."" Mrs. il. A. Bailey, 9 "Charles
St., Haverhill, Mass.
Fd 4 fE QUI
Or. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass.
?ld by DrugzUta and rerfinner.
Lowest Prices in the City. Largest Stock: in the State
CHAS. T. CHAMPION,
WHOLESALE HEADQUARTERS FOR
fe- BOOKS, ET-, STATIONERY,
Office and Typewriter Supplies. Summer Sporting Goods.
118 East Douglas Avenue, Wichita, Kansas.
G-ETTO-McCLUIsra BOOT AND SHOE CO.,
BOOT : &d : SHOES.
All goods of our own manufacture warranted. Orders by mail
promptly and carefully filled.
135 and 137 NT Market Sheet, - - - - - Wicliita, Kansas.
GLOBE -. IRON -. WORKS,
Steam Engines, Boilers and Pumps, and Dealers in Brass Goods, Kubber and
Hemp Packing, Steam Fittings. Etc. Repairing of all Kinds of Ma
chinery a Specialty. Orders promptly filled for all kinds
of Sheet Iron Work. All kinds of castings made.
A. FLAG-G, Proprietor.
The Stewart Iron Works,
Jf AXUFACTtJnEKS OF
Architectural, "Wrought and Cast
Iron Work for Buildings.
South "Washington Avenue. J
W ichita, Kansas.
KASAS SPRING- BED CO.
Feathers and Manufacturers of "Woven
"Wire Mattresses, Cots and Cribs.
Canvas and Upholstered Cots,
Spriug Beds, Mattresses,
Pillows and Bedding.
S. E. Cor., 2nd St. and Mead Ave
WHOLESALE DEALEU IX
Pianos and Organs
Khcet music and books. AH kinds of musical
goods. Kr.iss baud and orchestra music. IS) Mam
Mreet, Wichita, Kansas
TriinMcBros. & Tlirclkelcl,
Special attention to mail orders.
110 E Douglas, - Wichita, lx.au
AREY FURNITURE CO.
"Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
2SJ and 257 JVortfi Main Street.
D. AY. STALLING & SONS,
STALK'S PAIMOLE TOILET SOAP
11 1p mtifTes tho romplexion and keeps the
tkin Mlt, smooth clear and healthy. Tor
b.ilo by drugsists and grocers.
52(i Chicago Are. - Telephone OO
L. M. COX,
Manufacturing -. Confectioner,
And jobber in Figs, Datns. Cigars, Foreign and Domestic IsTuts, Cider,
Paper B:igs, Paper Boxes, Candy Jars, Trays, Etc.
235 and 217 South Main St., - Wichita, Kansas.
THE C. E. POTTS DRUG CO.
(Formerly Charles E. Potts & Co., Cincinnati, O.)
Goods Sold at St. Louis and Kansas City Prices.
233 and 235 South Main Street, Wichita, Kansas.
THE CURIOSITY SHOP.
tlcr.v Perfumes Aro Made at Xico In tho
Zand of Perennial Flowers.
Those dainty, delicate perfumes which
thosuperfino and the vulgar alike, enjoy
ate obtained in a very prosaic way. They
aro produced in a land where the flowers
are perennial, but the processes of manu
facture include not only distillation and fer
mentation, but even boiling in fat. A gen
tleman writing from Nice, where the man
ufacture is carried on extensively, de
scribes tho process. In distillation the
flowers are boiled in an hermetically sealed
copper vessel. Tho steam as it condenses
in its passage through a spiral coil exudes
the volatile essenco drop by drop, and it is
collected in a small glass vessel. The wa
ter in the copper retains a small portion of
the scent and becomes the rose water or
orange flower water of trade. All flowers
are not susceptible o this treatment, and
these that are produce but a minute quan
tity, the orange flower, for instance, giv
ing but ono gramme of essance for ono
kilo of flowers, or but one-thousandth
The perfume from flowers which do not
contain the volatilo essence is extracted by
two processes. In tho first or cold process,
cassie, jasmine, jonquils, tuberoses, vio
lets and some other flowers, freshiy gath
ered, are placed upon a layer of pure lard,
a quarter of an inch in thickness, spread
over glass trays. The flowers are changed
every twelve, eighteen or twenty-four
hours, according to circumstances, until
the lard is sufficiently charged with per
fume. Jasmine aud tuberose are changed
at. often as fifty times, and the other flowers
from twenty to thirty times. Whoa tho
hot process is resorted to grease is placed
in a copper vessel together with the flow
ers and tho compound is boiled. Addi
tional flowers arc added from time to time
until the fut has absorbed the requisite
amount of perfume. By another process
tho perfumes arc extraoted from the fats,
and by blending these with tho different
essences tho numerous scents are obtained.
Certain perfumes which are of great use in
the manufacture of scents can only be ob
tained by the fermentation of fruits, flow
uris and roots.
Caution in .Sailing.
You have had an agreeable fair weather
saiL But suppose the weather is a littlo
stormy, or tho breeze fickle and squally.
Then you mustpail under reefs. You hava
notioed thoso rows of liulc cords sewed to
he sail at intervals, parallel to the boom.
Those are tbe reef points, and arc used to
tie the scii down when it is necessary to re
duce ctnvas. Nevor fasten them around
the boom: that's a landlubber5-, vny, and
provokes mirth among bailors and yachts
men; butac them unaer the lovrer edge of
;he sail. You will also perceive arope f ast
jued at the outer edge of tho sail and lead
ing through the end of the boom. This is
;o "outhaul," or stretch, the sl and is
She reoC pennunt.
Nowi then to reef yonr boat for a hard
blow first set the sail at tho nronar faHgKr.
wnoiesaie ucaiers in
F. GK SMYTH & SONS,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Farm : Machinery,
Fine carriages, huggies, carts, etc. Genuine Glid
den barb wire. Corner of Douglas and Lawrence
Saddlery Hardware. Manufacturer of lTpper-3.
Leather and findings, hides, furs, wool and robes.
127 Douglas Avenue, cor. Water bt., WichiU. Kan.
SWAB & GKLOSSER,
And Jobbers of "Woolens and Tail
115 JV Main Street, - Wichita.
WICHITA BOTTLING WOBKS,
OTTO ZIMMEItMAXX, Prop.
Bottlers of Ginger Ale. Champagne
Cider, riada Water, Standard iNerve
Food, also General "Western
Agents for "Win. J. Lump's Extra Pale.
Cor. First and WacoSts., - Wichita.
B. VAIL & CO.,
CLOCKS AM) SILVERWEAR.
100 E Douglas Ave., - Wichita.
JVI. A. McKENZIE & C O.
Fine Carriages, Buggies, Phaetons and all Styles of Vehicles, and jobbers in
Carriage Builders Supplies. Buggies, biugle or-in car load lotST
Cor. First and Wicliita Streets.
tie the'rtr points as directed, outnaunng
the sail v.j.h the reel pennant, and then
set up the itlyards. The easiest way to
reef a boat is hen at anchor or fast to a
mooring; but jou will often have to put
in a reef uua..r less favorable circum
stances. In that case, slack down the peak
lalyard and lower the throat halyard un-3-.1
the sail is where you want it; then reef
?; before, aud be lively aboiri it, too, or you
uivy get into trouble. Reefing a small
yacht in squally weather is dangerous at
all times, and a man alone in a boat finds
it all that he can do. Make it a point to
know how to take a reef before you ven
ture out far upon the water, for the task
f reefing requires both a practiced hand
and a steady nerve.
Should you be canght by bad weather in
nch a fix that you cannot safely take a
reef at once, lower the peak of the sail.
This will reduce the canvas and still leave
your boat manageable. It does not look
pretty, but it is safe. F. W. Pangborn in
Sounds I.iko Fiction.
A lady entered a down town store, made
her purchases and departed.
"Do you know who that is'" asked the
talesman of a friend, who replied that he
did not. And then this story was told:
"She is Mrs. . She and her husband
had a misunderstanding soveral years ago.
They separated, but neither applied for di
vorce. She applied hertelf to a business
that was honorable and remunerative. He
followed his business as before. They did
not cros each other's paths during the
separation until the event of which I am
going to tell you occurred. Ho sickened
and became delirious. At one time there
were doubts as to his recovery. The wife
was in the city at the tSae attending to
her business. She heard of her husband's
illness and called. He did not recognize
her. She attended him until her business
called her away.
"Soon after her departure the husband
began to rally. As he recovered he said to
a friend that he had thought of his wife a
good deal during his sickness; that he had
fancied at one time that she was near him
and attended him. The man said this ten
derly. Tho friend to whom he related it
caused it to be communicated to the wifo.
I don't know what the details were. I Only
know that a few weeks ngo I satr in one of
the newspapers that the husband of whom
I have been talking bought a handsome
residence on one of the avenues, end not
long thereafter he moved into it and she
went with him. That's all." Chicago Tri
bune. Green Peas a la Franeaise.
Melt a quarter of a pennd of butter in a
saucepan, then add one and ckalf pints of
yountj peas, penper and salt to taste, a
couple of small onions (whole), -a small J
bunch of parsley anQ a Kilt heAd cf let- i
tuce, tied up togetaer, and & pinch of
sugar. Tcss on.a slaw firetill tkepsas are
icoked, then - rotaove- the p&sBltv, lrstuce
rnd onions, anssrvsKwith a lKtic- finely
Cigar Headquarters. Cor. Main and First Streets.
W. T. BISHOP & SONS,
Send us a Trial Order or Call and See Us.
WHOLESALE AX'D RETAIL
FURNITURE, CARPETS, ETC.
The Largest Establishment in the State.
ISTos. 119 and 121 Main Street, Wicliita, Kansas.
J. W. HAWN & CO.,
"Wholesale Grain and Commission Merchants.
Elevators, on A. T. & S. F., Frisco and Missouri Pacific Tracks.
Wichita, - - -- Kansas.
CORKER & FAENUM,
S0TAL SPICE MILLS,
Jobbers and Manufacturers, Teas,
Coffees, Spices, Extracts, Baking
PoAvders, Bluing. Cigars, Etc.
112 and 114 S Emporia Ave.
Manufacturer", Wholesale and Retail
SADDLES k SADDLERY HARDWARE.
121 E Douglas A ve, Wichita, Kan
BURR FDENITURE CO.,
Wholesale and Retail
125 East Douglas Ave.
FOREST CITY COAL CO.,
Wholesale and lletuil Dealers in
C O A. L!
Weir City and Kick Hill Coal
110 y Water St., - Wichita, Kan
E J. FOSTER,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
QueensAvare, China, Glassware, Fancy
Goods, Plaited Ware and Decor-
arted Ware of all Kinds.
Lamps and oil a specialty.
210 Douglas Ave. - Wichita, Kan
THE JOHNSTON & LAEIMER DRY GOODS CO.,
Diy : Goodgj : Notions : and : PnrnisMng : Goods.
Complete Stock in all the Departments.
119, 121 & 123 N Topeka Ave. Wichita, Kansas.
WICHITA WHOLESALE GROCERY CO.,
OFFICE AKD WAKE HOUSE 213 TO 223 SOUTH MARKET STKEET.
Keep everything in the grocery line, show cases. Scales and grocers fixture?
Sole agents for tho state for "Grand Kepublic" cigars, also sole proprietors of
the "Koyalty" and "La Innoceucia" brands. d5
ALL AROUNO THE HOUSE.
Dainty Special NapTllao for OUres, TTln,
Hot Corn, Etc.
There are special napkins, says Good
Housekeeping, which are the delight of
A doily for hot muffins is made of a
square of linen abov.t 18 inches, after an
inch for fringe has been allowed. In each
earner is outlined a plate of muffins in yel
low silk, which is the most serviceable
color for washing.
The olive napkin is a nine inch square of
linen, hemstitched and fringed. In each
corner an olive sprig with a couple of
olives and tovo or three long slender leaves
are worked. The leaves should be simply
outlined and veined, but the olives 3houid
be worked solidly in a silver shade of gray
green. This is a pretty mat upon which to
place an olive dioh.
A napkin in which to serve boiled eggs
is fringed like these other doilies, and in
three corners some loose straws aro out
lined, and upon them some eggs are scat
tered, worked solidly in thite f.oss and
outlined in gold. In the foarth corner is
the appropriate motto, "Various are the
tastes of men." This is a pretty way of
keeping boiled egg3 hot.
The corn nankin, with ita ears of corn
worked in each corner, is so wall known to
all necdleworkers that it needs no descrip
The potato napkin is more of a novelty.
This should bo about eighteen inches
square, and have outlined insilkr as near
the shade of a peecbblow potato as possi
ble, a couple of potatoes. This napkin is
a convenience as well as a decoration.
Cake basket and brtadj)l3te doilies are too
common to need special mention.
A wine napkin is a little larger than an
olive napkin, with a cluster of grapes in
the corner, and leaf, spray and tendril.
The leaves are filled in with fancy stitche3
in green silk, and the grapes are worked
solidly in crimson shtdes.
Kovel and DelichtTulJDesscrts of Bsnana.
The banana is not injurai in texture or
flavor by freezing, and as it retains its del
icacy so well can bo used in various creams
and custards. The flavor of the banana
also blends nicely with other fruits. Fine
ripe bananas, cut in disks and covered with
grated cocoanut, with a dash of nutmeg,
are delicious. They are very good when
sliced with sweet oranges and spread upon
any delicate cake, with a nice custard
poured over the whole In the Vesi Indies
banaccs, before they become fully ripe and
Era-still firm, are cot in leStawise slices
and fried to a delicate hrvwu in batter
Quite a rich diah-confcta a' sliced ixmsriAs
served with a heavy sfxa&erry sirup,
while sliced bauscss wrth.sajpr andeream
represent a popular and delightful mode
of using bananas fcr-Cht-table.
Bent Ire 'tVorfc.
Bent iron work is now a recognized and
favorite work among; amateussin England,
nd may be Dracttied .by.ls&Ir2. bar and
The quickedt, strongest and purest
Dry Hop Yeast on tho market. Will
keep ti year in any climate.
Price, 5 cents per packago of 7 cakes
For sale by all -wholesale and retail
" Manufactured by Corner & Farnum
factory ooraer Kellogg and Mosley
J. A. BISHOP,
Wholesale and Retail
Paints, Oils and Glass.
ISO 2T Market St., Wichita, Kan
Photograhers' : Supplies!
102 E Douglas Avenue.
Wichita, Kan. Telephone Connection
BUTLER & GKRALEY
Manufacturers and Dealers In
All kinds of cans for shipping purposes, fruits,
baking powder, etc.
213 South Main, Wichita, Kan.
The Hyde & HumWe Sta. Co.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Books : and : Stationery,
Wall Paper, Wrapping Papers.
114: JV Main St., - Wichita, Kan
WICHITA STEAM LAUNDKY.
Malces a specialty of doing work for
outride towns and cities. Agents
Avanted everywhere. Write for terms.
Best Work in the State.
C. Elsenmaver Sr. Milling and Elevator Co.. of
HaMcnd, Kan., carry a full line of hard and "of t
heat llour at their njjency In thld city, bend for
prices and samples.
OTTO WEISS. AKcnt, 253 X Jlaln. Wichita.
ciris. Uecorator ana rurmsner aescriDes
1 it as possessing the advantage of being
j noiseless, inexpensive and clean. Of mu-
FIRE OR WIDOW SCREEN.
t terials, three widths of hand cut iron strips
are required one, three-eighths of an inch,
for the parts that hare to give support; a
Eecond. three-sixteenths of an inch, for tho
light decoratrve carves and twists, and a
third, one-eighth of an nch, for clamping
the parts togathftr. These and wrought
iron hooks, about teven incht long, can be
obtained through any ironmonger.
All the tools wanted are a pair of round
nosed pliers, a pair of long domxJ pliers,
a pair of strong fkit nosed pliers to bend
and twist tbe iron, and a email pair cf
shears, called sclpa, vihed by tin men, to
cut the iron. If larger or finer work is
intended the pliers must be of corre3-
j ponding size. A pair of thick gloves to
; hold the iron strips, a tape yard raeasure
to obtain the required knhs of the strips,
and & bottle of artist black to paint the
, work when finished complete the outfit.
"We illustrate a fire window screen in
An Inirpxring Utile 3Ilod.
A qaaurt speech was that made one day
by the latle daughter of Lord Ecsebarry.
Her nurpe told her ttll she wotrM think
less in Use dsy she wsate dream -lesn In the
night, "Bat I can't nslp thinking," an
swered my la4y, "for yon know I can't
make 'raj mind sit down."
A "Good took."
Much is said about ''Hibernidsms," hat
it was not in Ireland that a story was pob
liihed in which the hero thus describes tha
dreadful results of an accident which oc
curred to mm:
"Upon gatting to my feet and taking a
good look 11 aroand me I discovered that
I was stone blind. Youth's Companion.
Little Soy Sloe.
Under the haystack littts Boy h
Sleeps with his headaa Msann.
"While voices of nwa wtd voices of msids
Are calling tin over thenna.
Sheep in the muttdows are rannicjj triM
"Where poisoaoos heffaae grows.
Leaving white tufts of davay neeco
Oa the thorns of Che sweet wild. ros.
Out hi the fie&fe irbers the siftea com
Its ploraed head nods and blows,
Where goJstea ptnajfcics ripea below.
Trample the white faced cows.
X7XDEE THE HAYSTACK SAST ASLEEP.
But ao lonttteVrt on-the shining hora
Cafis hscktk?trjiBC chaop.
And til cp$2SAy tracdef ta Hay-and coca
'While the keeper b asleep.
His rogrfsh eyes are tfcrhth- shut.
Bis diamteersail at rest:
The chebby band.taofcd under the head,
By oaeras3cfceek.fe. pressed.
Wakehfmf No! It down the bars
And gather thoktraa&t sheep ;
Open the bam ysrti end drrrc to the cows,
But let the UttJ-rboy sleep.
Tor ytsar after year recaa sheer thefleec
Acdcdnxoia always be. bowb;
Will not case-Boon i
Polite to a Fault.
A--Have a cigar?
B Thanks (takes one).
A (disappointed) I thought yow dSd&t
moke? Journal pour Rire.
Jinv-Jack, lend me a fiver, please?
Jack Certainly. Lend me tho fiver I
last loaned you and you can have it Bos
A Complete Success.
Miss Genevieve Johnson, having been
snubbed by her rivals, determines to maka
a sensation in Coonville society.
ATHLETIC CLUB GOSSIP.
Tho gift by Mr. Henry L. Higginson, of
Boston, to Harvard university of twenty
acres of ground for athletics will make,
when all other land given for the sumo
purpose is in condition to use, nearly 100
acres. All the plots are within a few
minutes' walk of the college square.
The general feeling among college ath
letes is that the recent carousinc of tb
Harvard studonts will act as a death knell
to tho already enfeebled plan of a dual
league between Yale and Harvard. This
league was Harvard's plan to bo rather ex
clusive on account of age. social standing.
I etc., but winning tho intercollegiate cup
for the seventh timo this year proved to b
too much for the exuberance of some of
her ardent students, who have caused evere
criticism from other colleges and the prejw
by their recent vandalism on the collega
grounds on tho night of the mtercollegiata
The rejection of the entries to tho bicycle
race of the recent eastern championship
meeting of Rich, Clark and CampbeH, now
of the New York Athletic club, will bo a
good teat of the rule of the Amateur Ath
letic union which prohibit men represent
ing one club witbdn three months of wear-
' ing the colors of another one These tnrea
j famous riders hve worn the emblem of
the Berkeley Athletic duo lor many
months, bukbofore they can wvr the N.
Y. A. C. colors they will either have to get
a release from their old club or wait for
three months to elapse.
Captain George "W.. Jordan, of the Olym
pic Athletic club of San Francisco, renifcned
as a delegate from thiit body to th- Pacific
Coast Amateur Athletic association on
account of the refusal of hi club to uphold
him in his effort to debar an athlete named
Little from competing. at th Paano-coast
championship games held May SO.
An effort hi being made by the Columbia
Athletic club, of Washington, D. C, to
have toe date for the regular championlup
games, which will be bdd on the Cohzrabia
A. C. grounds nt AnalonUn Inland, couoged
from Spt. 13 to one .eek later. The
patrons of amateur sport in Washington
expect it will be one of the events of the
season of tbe aty.
E. M. Vandervoori, of the Manhattan
Athletic club, 1b enjoying the hofcpitlity
of the Olympic club, of San Francisco. Ho
recently gave an exhibition of hurdle
jumping: which wa greatly admired by
tbe Caltforni&ns, for tley had never leore
teen sach form. Jfcdjrfntc by Vuider
voort's record mad in the east, ha can
give Purcell. who recently won the hurdle
charapionfchip of the Paafi' couvt, about
10 yards' start over tne hign obstacles m
the 120 rard race.
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ENTERTAINMENT AND INSTRUCTION
FOR BRIGHT BOYS AND GIRLS.
A Short Chapter About i&e Sacred Xotas,
Which "Was Rerdd as a Sjrafeel of
Ufa by the A&dent KejTptisas, "Wba
Carved It Upon Their Temples.
If yon hovejover seen a hsjght piakond
Ely then you knew how tho sacred lily,
or Ibttts, of Egypt looked. Some one' who
wrote about this lovely flower nxaay years
ago called it the rose-liSy'
Tho flowers of the sacred lotos were,
offered to their geds by tho Egyptians and
its lovely form was painted and carved
upon their temples.
They made- gat nsoof tho lotos Cowers
at their festivals. Each guest wtw given a
lotos, juSb-as a-rosebud is sometimes put
in a finger fcowL The walls of the room
TDK VOTVS OK ES-VTT.
where (the feast was giTcn were decorated
with them. Eancy one of our rooms dec
orated and Sfied with our lovely whito
pond lfEesthaa yon can have seme idea of
the beauty ofthese Egyptiao-fcaCarrals.
The lotus was steo reuarucdjM a symbol
of life by the acciiwic Egyptians. They
sowed itqed ywranping it In clay, anil
then throTriogointo-thB water. Thebeau
tifnl "ro&einy.i' or rsfrc&k&mvJU said to
grownolbngar fay tie Kile. tatit-may
still bevsecn t&rvcd upon its ancicntMcro
ptee. It was tho peonlo who -tired in tipper
Eiypt who l"ofc tho Iotas for their om
Meni. Tflprfa to. lowm- Egypfc, choso tho
papyrtB-taTeewlah.growS'bi fiho vnlhjy
of fha jjilo, Frona Its inner bark paper
was first made. Tha-h4?ifesil?b:c$dx9a
sntred flower by many ensrenK nations.
Little Men ana Women.
A Vacation Sonf.
I bavo closed zny books-and ctd5any tiiM,
And throtrn my AStchel aortas tan gata.
My school la out for a season- of refit.
And cow fortho ccbcoSroem 1 tore the best!
Jtty schoolroom lies enrinejwIOTr wide.
Whore under tho clover thc3ucbe3cv hide;
Wh ere the long- rfnoscSng'tpho inosrp bars,
And the dolxies twln21tf'likB!dnen stars.
My lessons are written ir deads and trees.
And bo ono Tvh-Jpars, except-tho brecin,
V.Tjo pomethned bkrcrs, trora a secret place,
A stray. tweet blossotivapaixisC-ciyXaca.
My cchool bell ringg in tbe-rtpplinxjrtre&m,
Whica hi Jed iCseif, like a school boy's drcaia.
Under a shado-- and out-ofrais&t.
But iauifhmg HtUl tor' Its otrn Udlght.
My Fchoolmates there are tho birds and boon,
And the saucy wjujitpI, lesu wi toon thoao,
For he only learns in all the mks
How mauy cbcxtnut will fill Uu chreJu.
The Totnto Orune.
reelect potatoes of average size and oV
long rather than rjund. Place them on
the lloor about a foot apart in two rows)
three or four feet apart down tho-uxkldlo of
the double parlors. Uf.ve two roup plates
at one end and two silver teaapcous in tho
hands of tho two who aro to play the
game. Bach of the two will begin by tak
ing up tho potato ftkrtbost from the plate
on the teaspoon, ufun-only one hand, and
depositing it upon the plnte at hla rad of
the row Then tho nxt potato moat ba
taken up and deposited in like manner,
and soon to-tho 'kwt. Tho ono wlo Rath
era all his potiiiaat first bos tho privilego
of chcosmgiiH MiiccesorH in thegsme.
The f nn of tho play In m playing it. Bays
The Christian Advocate. It tofcw some
skill to balance a potato on a teaspoon and
run tm or fifteen feet aj taut it one can
without spilling if Of ronrJthe Uovha
play monopolize .e floor, and tho resiof
tbe company an- v ii newexnympathotio
tnf.t Ilim Well.
Jonep (who had a great admiration for
rich men) And vou uwl to d business ia
Smith (a broken down merchant) Yes.
Jones Well, were you over acquainted
with any of th Vauierbilte or Actors r
Smith I had nn intimate acquaintance
with ono of tho Alters
Jones Which one John Jacob?
Smith Ka- disaster. Cleveland Leader.
A word to tbe wise. Before having new
dresses made procuro he best stays you
can from the beat makers, for particular
attention ix now directed to bodicci, and
no cut looks well unless th bodice flta to
perfection, showing" the figure n&lU bust.
Beautiful Rlcre buttons aro mndnof oval
moonstone with imbedded diamonds.
Next to fit the meet Important port of
the art of dnw Ik color
Lace and mutin fichus are to b a good
deal warn this minxzsur
Thfohl fashioned Mlk fringes are being
Yonng girls at present have a penchant
for giving one another small dier troys.
These, are very convenient for th toUt, to
hold sdftfaora, pint and tho nmnberloji
trllh that are wanted in a hurry.
One cf the oddest and turUart'colors Im
aginable hi in dsmaod tbi Macen. This-Li
Cambric, !fr Roems. h rather more pop-alar
than znphjr this year
Qujte rb-ap and very good looking frocks
are made of fcateea--
Vnlfi Stf.aa& d.' 307 Cu.it j5.,.Vrt