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ttVIJNlNfl HUM.tiTIW. UUNOMhU. T H.iATVHDAN MAHTH in 17
"Li "JL. I-T
When Billy And Bertha Fought
iiv annii: am,I:s
Mil) wns seven )cnrs nil ami his sis
ter llcillia wnB twi wars ounnei-.
'I ho) liml nlwa)s pi I oil in the greatest
(.'(Hill hlllllor tOKClllir. ilrh giving up
lo k or IkiiiImuik to Hi oilier In tlio
most loving mil s'liyioim iiuuincr
Hut mio da) n .Highly Vulio whisper
til Into Illll) 8, cir Take nil I lie
apple mill map from llirtlm Von
ii ro big mid stfjiiij nM (tin do It "
Tlii') wcio pli)liig In tlio wnrm sit-HiiK-nioni
whai lli Naught) Voice
vvhlspcKd In fllj'K car 'I hoy liml .1
llllle table rpo.ul fur lillike-hcllovo
illiiner, 1111 npiio cut In halves mill two
blocks n( tnfl Ilerthn was plajlng
it Ik'Iiik hofins mill lllll) was her
"eompnii) " (Hill) icachcd across lho
Inlilo mill tipk both blocks of tuft),
putting Dim 1) his 11 until mid the cither
into Ills llttV ti misers pocket
Naught) Voire mill heeded what It
tnlil "I'lBht!" It whispered In her
car "Scratch, bllo mul pull hnlr "
llcrtha n strong little pudge of n
Kill, till list hir hand Into her Ill-other's
curl) hnlr before Hint fellow knew she
h.id mi) Intention of retaliation She
pulled mid scratched, hurting lllll) (III
In- began to i out Hut hu fought
like n little ntiliunl, scratching Ills sis
ter's wrists mul pulling her Ilaxcn hnlr
iienru ore her licuil
How Ioiik the flclil iiiIkIU have lusted
thero Is no way of know Inc. hut It
would prolMhl) have kept going till 1
one or the other had cried "nought '
lor the Naughty Voice was whlBieilng
first In Hill)' car and thin In Derthn's
car, urging them to "fight like soldiers
mul necr glvo In" Hut the nolso of
the conlllct tho crjIiiK nnd shuffling
'of feet caught the cars of their mother
EtL. z' --
01i.o-o.oli' Vou look nil 'u can'), 'mvn) up gtnlrH, mid hunting down to
4 Ull IV
lire," ill 1
oti any 1
raid little p-'rtlia, looking shocked at
her Kiiest'HJrir) iiniull conduct "Vou1
imis'n'1 do nit wn), hrucr. Vou nun
pin) nlie "
TheNniulil) Voice again whlieicd,
nnd Hilly fiuc)cI Kb promptings. He
1 1 at lied o'er and took thu two pieces
(if npplo, (jumped up from thu tublo
mul rnu ijit of the loom, looking had;
thru 11 (lick In tlio door to make a
wry fncunt Ueithu and laugh nt her
lutirt .1 lllll l-ll-tl lid), HO )OU
Id Ilirtha I'll not p'ny wlf
fmoie I don t llko sou so 1
don t. ljle me hnck uiy cany mi
apple 11I rilo tell innninia "
"VouJI better not tell miinimn," said
lllll), tirvatcnlngl). "I'll smuck )our
enrs lf)ou do."
Uertlli begun to ween loudl). mul do
dined lu ns 11 had, hud braver. Hilly,
tearing' that their mother who wns In
tlio tcwlng-ioom up stairs might heur.
run lulu the sitting-room mid clnppcd
hl.i hind over Ilerthn'n mouth. Tlio
Naugh) Yoke had prmupted him hyv
10 net "Shut up this nilmite," he
(oiiiuttudt'l, his fut (1st crushed against
Jlorlhf s mouth
Nov 'he owner of tlio Naughty Volcu
whs In his glor). All ho had to do
har a light started. The situation
wns inline for Just such u thing
Hertlia, helng now very angry with her
had hnither, listened lu turn to thu
thu sitting-loom shu beheld 11 sight
that nt. flrst quite took nwuy her
After shu had sepilruted the chlldien
she led them to her room, where she
plaeed them on rlinlrs In front of her
and lint down to question thu cnuso
of shell mi iinusuul mid shocking sight
ns she bad Just witnessed lu the slt-
tliig-rooni. After tlio ilnlnc of tenth.
thu ndjiistincut of collars and shoo
luces mid smoothing of hair, lllll) mid
Hcrtlin told their stories
"Hut why did )ou tnko nil the ennd)
and apple from )our sister?" nsked
their mnmina, addressing Hill) "Dld-
nt )ou know that was selfishness, and
that selfishness Is wickedness?"
Hilly hung his head, but mndn no
answer The mother turned to Hcrtlin'
"And .Mia, llttlo daughter, should hnu
loiun Ui mother about it. Instead of
fighting with jour brother in or It
I teen ti no hu was naught) was no excuse
for ou to ho so, too."
"Hut luiuer 3pollcd tho play," iout
ed Ilerthn. "Ho et up our play dinner
an' .Hindu mi ugly face nt me. I Jus'
had to light, mnmina."
While thcic was n smllo lurking in
tho mother's tender c)cs, her oUu bc
caino very, ury 'serious. "Well, in)'
lwrlktlr-Pon nnrt iJaitRlltt'r'rTiiirhTo
but one way to nvold fiitmo quartets
and Mghts between ou. If I bend
Hcrtlin to her great aunt Mnry nnd
Hilly to his grandmother, lu tho conn-
One fine morning, bright nnd earl),
Teddy climbed up In tho ha)
Of the barn lott, big nnd checi).
And lie found there, bid uwn)
The small kittens. twicnts- wetnts),
Spotted, black, and gra) and white.
Curled up fluugl). sUeplug sounill) :
Oh, the) were 11 pretty sight!
Out run Ted to (all his sister
In to mo tho kittens new,
Hut Just ns ho leaihed tho ilnomn).
lie heuid Bomeone s.i), "Wew-uw!"
It was their old kitchen Tahb),
And shu tried so hard to sn)
To )oung Tid, who loved her gentl).
Tin1,' thoso Ml tens In tho ha).
Wcro her on iiv trrasu rs, tin).
Ho ime'il uicw mid (hen t'.e d purr,
A r'H' 1 !')' '1 irnl-.xl I1I1. slorlilng.
Huioothlnt, lulv l.ir n.ri bti, fur I
Ah," said 'led, I 1 mlei.itai. I 011
They'll) VOUIt klillet'' Hull gci
Well, the) iu (Undid -like their
And what iiioiimts they will ho'"
THE SALVATION ARMY
Mci lings cery evening, exit pi Wcd
nedn. In tlio Hall, coiner 01 King
filed nnd Nuuanii arnue, loinmrm
Ing nt 8 oVloik
l.nster Sundn rmlces Prn)cr
meeting at T 11 111 Holiness nieetlnr,)
nt II n in Hund.i) school nt 12.30, 1
nnd Voting l'eoplen legion meeting'
at C p in Hpcdal l;nster senlio hi
S p 111
Kerlres 111 the O1I111 penitentiary
nnd (ouut Jail m I.' .10
Meetings al, the I (panose Outlsist,
158 N lleretnnhi im-nue ecr lues
di, Wediicsda), Ihursda) nnd Hai
tirda) comnicncliii. at 7 ; in Siniila
school eer) Hiiiiih at a. 30 n. 111.
Meetings nt the Korean Outpost, 194
Kuktil street, even ruesda), Ihursdn)
end Halurda), loniuieiielnj; nt C p in
Hundn) achool nt 9 .10 n in , and Snl-
ntlon meeting nt 3 p m , oer) nuu-
Sunda school on Hrluxil street, near
I.lllbn strict, ien Htmday nt 2 30
Meeting nt Cnn Mill, (Korean Camp)
Wrdiiesda) caning conimeiiiliig nt I
KvcDliod) U (ordlall) Imlled to at
tend tho 1111 clings and to send the
children to the Sunl.i sihools.
Adjutant nml .Mrs Hamhcrr) lu
charge, asslrjled Cniitalu Armstron
mid Lieutenant Unig
1 1 1 ; 1 : : ; ; 1 j , f I ! I1
i S ! i S ! i i tR W UdJ 1 'Vtttt
fel;.,. iii"V SS
. iti- J"rt
. "-" . avwj
the pulled and tcratehe d until Billy cried out.
There wns a email ho
Krom somen here
Who had n menu snarl In
He brushed Willi bis might.
Hut II stued 11 ii-al fright.
And the Ihi) stamped and said
She Clmni;cd Her Opinion
Queens Of England
KatllHIiln IIiiwhiiI flflh wife ot
llenr) VIII ol liunlHiid was Ki'ildi'l(
10 thai nionsu r of tukiuln privnith
sometime about tl. middle ol Atiguxt
IAI0 noon alii 1 Hu uniiiilmeiii or
llonrj's nmrrlHK" Willi Anne of Clew
KrIIibiIiio was In in 1 1 Ightienili
eiir, hrlghl-cyrd, sjKirkling tint and
lawlnatlng llctore her adwni nt
cou it ns n inRtd-lii-waliliig to (b
(Jikcii she hud lived with her grand-
mother, the downger duchess of .Noi
loll,, who lieglecKil her )oung Krniul
daughter In thu matter of projiei hotu
training Tho maid, who was ever or
an ox( liable and Wvaclous mind o
allowed to assmiato with persons o:
Inferior birth and education often
making thu woniui servants of her
gruiidniother's l.oiibo her cotindaiitc
1 litis It will he teen thul Her Uowntai
nnd death wcro due to tho gross neglcc
of her grandmother
riftven months after her mnrilage 10
Henry nn incni) went to her old homo
III Norfolk mid questioned the former
hervants of the Dowager Duchess con-!
ccrnlng Knih.11 lues former life lie
easll) Rot what hi wanted, for theu.i
as now, ell tunnies weie over lead) to helpless Kainarino lvho denied tho
tell tho truth, mul then trim It up wlln lulsehouds ( no avail, ulthougli alio
Kathcrin Howard, fifth wile of
mwcr to dinu 111
Iwns in the loom to witness what ho
Agents of the underwriters board said 'I he hiw)er, with pencil mid pa
have been giving (ousldcmble uttcn-! per ill hand, told O'llati) to begin
Hon to tho wiecked (J rial Northern "Tim 8ulllt mi owes me lift)' dollars.
Line steamship Dnkotu They mo oI'miIi! O'llara
thu opinion that salxngo work ran he "(Jimii),' snld Hie prospective widow
done If weather permits Considerable
H1110 would elapso before proper gear
could I mi landed at the wieck 1 ho
position of tho wink Is open to iqul
lioethal gales at this seatou of the )car
.111) ma) put n stop to 1111) work of j
mat uaiure. a uriver vvuo mis tisiirn
tho wieck leports three largo holes 111
tho side ol tho Dakota
Fine Job Printing at the Bul
try, to Ihe, litem will bo no ehniito of mamuiii." -" t
jour falling out ngalir. Ofiuili-se-.ToitJ Tlio inother'folrleil hilth little ones to
eminol bo nllowed to lslt eneli other, her In east, ssytng: "It was tho
again after the separation " jVolm that whlhperidjn ) our ears It
Hertha's ftieo grew seilous mid her') oft pay Knv"ncd lolt-lawlll himo
lips trembled as though shu wcro about again nnd again, inch lime whispering
to break Into team. "1 don't want to louder and bolder, urging ou to do
go to gient mint Mary'u," she whlnnier-n'cry. very nuiight) things until nt lust
ed. "I want to stay wlf 111) niamnu you will become a wr) wicked boy
and " Hero thu little miss brol.u and bring grief to thoso who loe )ou
Into Hobs, umililo to complete her sou,t,o ilcurl) "
tenco. Tho mother turned to Hilly Ullly sat very quiet, meditating a
"Well, son, wluit bnvo )ou to sa) lu CIIIU)Ui:."8 l'AOi: Wlicn Hill) nnd
regurd to going to live with grand'! moment Then li(ibroku,out wltli:
1111111111111" shu nsked "( tho Naught) Voho whispers to
Hill) hung his head In 11 shunied mo auv uioiu I'll make 11 raeo at it
uaj, hatting his e)eH fmloitsl), an I and tell It to get a move on Itw If, 1
though hiiih thing wero In them "I j will And now, 111511111111, nut) sister
I want to slay at home," he Mid In nnd I stnv al home with )ou mid
tremulous tones I pap?"
"Hut how inn I allow )oit to lemnlul llerllia hud dried her o)cs during
hcio If ) 0111 slsler ht.i)B'" nsked his her brother's nnd niotln r h (outers.!
maiiiiua "Vou don't want to lio with ' tlmi, anil was 1111 Interested llsliuer,
her, do jiiii'" IWIlhout waiting Tor her mother lo an-
Hill) nodded Ills liuid Wgorotisl) "llswcr her hiother's ipiestlou sho said
want to have sister lit home," ho ad- vehemeutl)
milted, "'lho ole Nntighty Voliu whispered
"Hut (hlldrcii who fight don't lou to me. too, niumnm dear. 1 doss It
0110 another," urged lho mother
"I love sister," said lllll), thinking
Hint hu wai about lo loso her forevi
"I was vcr nuugbty mamma, nnd I
think I need a whipping," ho pleaded
"It wns nil ni) fault, for I took tho
phi) dinner and ct some of It and put
the test In in) pocket I don't, know
why I was so bad honest I don't,
,i,i.. ...,.1 t r.. their own w liked Imaginations. A confessed tin 1111th In every lustaiKO,
up a will. Ills wlfu hl," wn ,,M'1' ' Katharine's hulls- She hud Invnl and phdgid her trolli
ereiious wneii tne was u cuiiii 111 iter 10 jouui, iiqwpei (ins sue uni rnu
thlltcelitli )enr 8I10 had then fallen denv, but the slaudiroiis ttorles shu
lu loo with her music master, mul had elicinenlh denied
scereil) iilcdged her troth with I1I111. ' Katharine now saw her impelidlug
He. being more than tr;lie her ago nnd doom She fell III through fever, blio
n most unscrupulous fellow wns free was baulJlied from the King s presencu
with her inline when In the company nnd made a roval prisoner Many In-
of tlio servants I-aicr, while In liei nocent iiersous ami some guilty one
fnuitienth )ear, sho had nnother nlfalr ) their heads in connection with tho
of thu heart, htlug still a susceptible nlfalr Katharine was condemned to ,
and unsuspecting child In fait, death on the most lllmsy evldciue.
throughout her short life she wns cei Hut llenr) needid onl) a fragile thread
nunc sinned against than sinning 'Iron1 which to weave 11 tangled web
The stories gathered about llm hlld tlbout his victims On tho 13th of
In her carl) teens were whispered to Kebruar), 141, Kutliarliio Howard was
Her nirli (tieui), Craiuuei, who lu turn cxiuitcd on the senlTold and Henry
enllghtenid his gross lord and king, wns free lo loutracl another iniirriugc,
thu monster llenr) Al once lluirv, to ensnare auotliir victim Into bis
who wna doubtless glowing tired of his spider's web '. ,
llfth bride, had an Investigation niade 'I he da) before her execution Katha
Into the girl life or his queen I'lenlj rlnc had the block broiighl Into her
of persons of low birth wero found lo aparlmenl Hint sho might pructlco
vcrlf) the stanil.ils now being wills- plating her lie.vl ujkiii It In tho right
peied against Katharine. Sho had en- osltlou to reiclve Hid liiadBinan'a
gaged herself Ion certain )ouiir gentle- stroke she went hruvel) to lior death,
mini of noiiiu til. Hiding h the name ot guilt) perhaps of many Indiscretions,
t'tilpejier before sho enme to court hut of no crime On tho scaffold sho
This had been kept secret fiom tlio tald "I die 11 queen, but rather would
King siilllelcul reaeou for llenr) to I die tlio wife of Culpepor, tho man
he rid of her Other mid mnro duiuei- I loved and who loved me."
oils accusations woio made against the MAUV GltAlIAM.
"He Is sensible to the last.'
"Murphv ov.'S me Iwcnl) -shell, dol
lars," mild O'llura
Hlcss the man," said thu prospective
widow Sensible to tho last"
"To l'atrlek Kell) I owu three bun
dled dollars, said O'llaru
"lluvc pit) on niu soul' ' cried tho
piospcdlvc widow "Ho Is raving at
BULLETIN ADS. PAY
tolii me lo right braver, Uiuso 1 Jus'
fought him as hard as I lould, but all
tho time I was not mad wlf him, I Invu
bruvor an' don't want him to hu sent
nwny ,lo tlruiiti) s,
loda) when tho wicked promptings
come to their tin'"
"Ves. Indeed, niiimmn," promised
Hill) "I'll not foigel Unit I was al
most sunt to llvo with Oianiiy, away
Irom pip.i, mamma and llertha, 1
would Just huvo died of liomeslekuess,
ho I would "
"An" I'll never, novel link of quar
reling wlf hruver again, nor biting hlui
mid pulling his hair," decl.ntd llertha
"An wo'll play at kieplng houro nni.1
having dinner, too, won't we, Hill)?'
Hilly stinlghtcued up, taking from
his jHiekct tho appropriated pla) din
ner, holding It out to llerllia 'Here,
llertha, take It an' go and fix up Hie
dinner again I'll tome down lu 11
minute and knock nt tho door I'laj
I'm (iimpim) Invited to dinner Will
"Ves, hi liver, an' plav 'nt I'm a great
lad) llko mamma, an' 'at I'm bavin 11
part) Olo Towner an olo puss) -( at
ran hu liver rompaiiv They don't llko
tuff) 01 apple an' will sit at tho tahlo
vcr) unlet "'
Then, with Hie apple and tuff) In her
apiou. Ilerthn ran, happy and laughing,
fiom tho room to piepaic the feast for
tho oxpieted lompan)
And it is t.i fe lo a) thai never again
old lho Naught) Voho find listeners
" ' " ' ' ' "' ' !
I lien my little son and daughter 1 In Hilly and Ilcithu Their one ex-
won't ever, over again listen to tho perlcueu with lilm hud almost (ott
Nauglity Voleu?" asked mamma. "They Ihlm their hnpp) homo and each other'a -Mr 1'otnlo Mndam Clock, I've got my o)es on joii, so don't ilaro to strlk
will nlvMijs remember what happened 'toclety, and they never, never forgot II I Madam Clock Sir If you don't withdraw I'll sound tho alnrm!
guage 'I he entli eeremou) was very things of the past. It Is no longer
iuteiestlug 'file hrde and gloom stood eoiisldered good foim to appear In u
beneath an inch 0 feniB and palms, now 0110 nnd in Now York It Is carried
A reception was held at 1167 Union to far that veils are greatly favorwl on
street direct h attc't, tho wedding, and Hint particular day. An long as tlio
lho guests sin vo)cdv he ninny presents, ihureh Is la decked with flowers mid
danced and supped Cntil a Into hour, I tlio music brllllnit, what mailers what
Mho worshippers wear. If tho spirit of
The prett) bildgo e given by Mrs,
It. do II Uoard on Satutda) afteinoou
Just was participated ai by sixteen
guests. A prize was given for the Img
est More at each table, mil Mrs. i: M.
Easier pel widen their bonis.
'Iwelvo lovers enetielcd the nautili -Hum-bedecked
tnble at tho dinner giv
en b) Jitdgo and Mrs. Stanlo) on Mon-
Watson. .Mis Stanley and Mrs. rockcjml) ovonlng Tho dinner was original-
",:- "" " . " - "- uy uuenueu in nonor 01 wr, ami .virs,
Chlneso purses nnd Japanesn tray. Tho, .i.i,..,.., 1tu,nimn 1,.,. ,i,, .., ,
gticsts weio Mrs. Geoigo Cirter. Mrs ni t0 ho rcBt,nt, AmoR the guests
4 m nt.tiiij , -niu, ..iij uvuii, ,mr, ii.
I'oiko, Mrs, ltlchaid I vers, i'rs. Stan
ley, Mrs. Van Vllet, Mrs. (Icirgu I'ot
ler, Mis I; M. Watson, Mrs Aithur
Wlldei, Mrs. Traurls Oay and Mia. A.
(!, llawiH, jr Coffee nnd delleVus re
fieshmeuts were served
Mis. (iioigo Cailer will not "at
inline" on tlio !llsl,Vc'dl!esdu) of Apill
'I lie Caileis 1110 going lo Hielr new
villa, Knlkoo, arouiul Diamond Iliad,
'this pippeil) was liuiehased of Mis
Cllfloid Wood mniu lluii) ago, and bus
In en rebuilt mid nuido beautiful, lhe
lanal is paitlrulaily nttrncllvo, for tho
ocean at high tldo almost surrounds
it, and lho view of H10 I'aclllc lu n wild
mood Is ver) picturesque
Invlintloun Inn i) been penning In nil
tho week, for Eoclety will open her
door3 durii)f the next three months,
anil there nie prospects or 11 very gnv
i-eaion. K.ihlei Hunihi) Is now dovoled
to (jood musk, unci L'astcr Imta utc
burn nt Christ Church Cathedral, Vle
loila, llrltlsh Columbia, March tho
twenty-third, nlucli.cn hundred and
seven" Mr. and Mis. Cockhurn win
ott up) "Tho Kcdor)," belonging to
thu lisbotirucH, during tlio nbseixu of
tho faiull) on tour ahioad Tiny aru
expected to nrrlvo hero vei) boon.
Tho hop nt the Seaside on Thitisiluy
ovenlng vvus a very ga) uffalr. Tho
(Iriular lanal was iiniisuull) full and
thciu wero hundreds of speetatois.
A lomert wns given by tho band thu
first part of tho ovenlng, and inter
Mr Hills and his well known 01
chestra phi)cd hi their most brilliant
manner for thu dancers.
Tlio I In I let In's offer to send sovei-
al )oung women to tho Coast at lis
were Mr. and Mrs. Augustus Knudstn,
Mr and Mrs. It. do II. I.anid, Mr and
Mrs l.uuz, Mrs. Kdlc Knudeen, Miss
Oreeuneld, Mr. fhecnfleld and l)r, Wll
kliibon. Tho guests plucd bridge after
Tlio gills of tho Kunalii How Ing Club
uio having a sale ot delicacies today
ut Hohion's old Bland 011 l'ort stieot.
All Milts of home-made (ookln; will
hu sold and the sain in loudiieted by
liiimbeis of tho club The pioeeeds of
the bale aio lo go lo tho club,
Mis. Hicks and Miss llleks, who
mo guests (mm Hilsbano at tho Mo
nuu Hotel, 1110 delighted with the
phu'e They waxed very enlliuslas
Hit over Hi" ill h" over lho Pall.
rards hnve bten received as follows
Mis r;lllot Hnmmoiid King nnnoiinees
lho niaiilahe of hci daughter, VMM
VKturlu, uud Mr. Jaiuua Low lie Coilv
Thoy inovo today Mr and Mrs.
I.owtou-Hraln are still occupying thu
beach bungalow of the von Holts.
Hastei will hu a delight for thu
llttlo ones this mining ucclf. I hear
of soveral hoy parties alread) hi
Mr. I'lauk Winter's londltlon Is
voiy mudi liotter, so Mrs. Whiter ta
bled fiom Sun Krantlsio.
Mrs James Cnstlu is luklng Mis.
Swaiuy, Mis. (loodalo and Miss
I.ocKo to I. ale for a fuvv dajs this aft
Mr. Spindle, who wns so ill, Is
slowly ImptovhiK. Ills mother nnd
own expense Is attracting a great . ur( ,tll r uro wiu. lllm ut tilu jmea
will 1 .. . . ....
deal of notice 'lho cliaperono will
lyO .Mis, Wentriorred and over)thlng
Is to bo done by tho prominent men
and women at each plaro visited to
luuku thu guests enjoy themsolves,
Hawaii has a ihnuto now to fchow'
how superior sho Is In muiiucis, hlitli
mid education, by sending tlio right
soil of gills to ropiesent her. It all
depends on that, for they will meet
only lho best 1 lass of men mid wom
en dining tho lour.
Colonel and Mis. Gemgo Mncfiu
liino uro spending 11 fow dit)s ut Wa
liiawa with Mr. and Mis, Drown.
Mra Vv'. Tt Custlo has lelurncd
finni lloHhin, where sho hns been vis
lllnir liei son mid ntlioi lolatlvei.
Mi nnd Mrs. Pnxton linvo tnl.nu
lho ilialot lielouglug lo Mis. .Mabel
WIdk Castlo for u tenu ut moutliu.
Castle mansion, Kalualii,
Mis Wilkinson, tho vvifo of Doc
tor Wllkliiboii of tho Monna Hotel,
In still eoullliod to her hid with den
Tho picture of tho King of Him-
who was a bridge enthusiast and an Williamson, Mrs. Hugh McCall Wch-
ardent caul pla)cr, met death In a
ver) sad and deeply tragic way Sho
was u guest last Satin day tit u
l.iidgu p.uty given by Mrs. Arthur
Lord of Now York, In honor of Mrs.
William Pielitlco Moigan of Sail
I'latulsio, at tho Country Club All
of Siutii Hni barn's exclusive set was
gullieied for thu game, which had
cut) Just begun, when Mrs. Hnxle),
who had p!u)cd but 0110 hand, sud
stor, Miss C'aioljn Oliver, Miss Iles
fcio l'ulmei, Mlsa Vela Nicholson,
Miss IMIth Selhy uud Miss Alma
Among thoso present wcro Mrs
ticorgo do Holla, Mrs. l'nderkk
Dletkmnn, Mrs. Clifton Kroll, Mrs
1'innlj (Illhrtltli, Mrs. James Miiudy,
SUPT. BABBITT ON
Mrs. Iknjamln Thomas, Mrs Oruto
(lenly tomplalned of pulns hi her. Horrlll (lowing, Mis Tlmernian, Mrs.
l't ad, nnd, leaning baik, pttssed nway. ! lTshcr, Mrs, Ttisliclru, Mrs. Honiy
l.tind Jr, Mrs Clifford, Miss Klslo
Captiiln mid Mrs Hugh Hodman 'Cllffoid, Miss Klslo Ames, Miss Slo-
1110 txpceled 1111 tho next slcnmer, por, Miss Lillian Downey, Miss Car-
fiom tho Orient Captain Itodman rlo Nicholson, MIbs Hello Nicholson, (bltt appear tho following:
win iinii- uiimiii tin. llm- iii.ii. iii ilmMIss Maude Hdlth I'one. Miss Anlt.i, It mnltes 110 nrovlslon for vico mln
disappointment of his frlondB, owing 'Thomeon, Miss Virginia Van I.obeu rlpal, an Important ofllio in largo
Senator McCarthy, (hnlriunii ot
the Wa)S and Minns uud Kdncntlon- ,
I ni Comiultteus, ruelvcd 11 letter from
Suptilntendcnl Ilabbitt )esterday,
treating on thu subject of tho salary
schedule, proposed by McCarthy hi
In tho (omniuiilrntlon, Kuperlu- "3
tendent Hnbbltt stntes that ho Is ot
tho opinion Hint a llat-rate schedulo
will rcrlously embarrass tho Depart
ment ot Public Instruction. Among
tho objections t,ct forth by Mr. Ilub-
to oidore lo proceed directly to Sols, Miss Mmlottu Havens, .Miss
Washington. 1 JIn' Coogan, Miss Cortrudo Allen,
ii it it I Mlba (lineo Dawson, Miss Dtiinia Ma-
Tho dinner given b) Mr llruco bono), MUs Klslo Sinclair, Miss Ilutli
Cnrtwilght, Jr, ill Hie AlexiuiilorK'. 1IlbS It", K,IB' M8H n,,r
Voung Hotel on Thursday evening 'Aldcrmot, Miss i:vol)n IhikBo), MUa
was 11 (haimliig iilhili. 'lho lablu Kathleen Kutz Miss Juno llarr).
looked artistic with Its bin dim of hH M"lu l '),"llcr8; "" H,'111,1
beautiful ilovvois. Ainoug thu guests" " ",'" 1UU""'" "")",. .".
inunl'i Is ridiculously llko the llov. .v,.ru mi nnd Mis K. M S.wiuz). Mr.i "UKh "'""l'"", Mis II. 0 Tuft,
John llsbdiiine of St Clement's. In nud Mpi .las Wilder, Miss Wilder p'"1 ,"1"1 Yl1'. M's John Meigs,
fait man) thought It was bin por
trait ut Hist gln(o.
Mis l'attei-bon, ueu Stella I-ove,
has a llttlo hon.
Thu following Item will bo of In
tel ests, as Mrs. Jlitxjey In well known
Santa Haibam pncely linn hum
ileopl) shockeil by tho trnult death
of Mra riaxle), ono of llm best-
Inowii soetot) women of Hiu South
flu Cnlltui tilu town,
1 Mis Henry Itoaeniuid, auk. 1, 1;
Oakland, Mnieli H Mrs. ticorgo r.iinhnm, Mis T II. t'nghlll, Mis
I'ortei Baldwin's ten to Miss llcsslo I0I111 Stnule), Mis (leorgo S. When
('iiglilll and Miss Anita Oliver was niton. Mis James P It. Dunn, Mis. P
smalt event of jeslerda). It was J Van l.olien Scls, Mrs Wlcklinm
hold ut Mis Baldwin's glilhoodj Huveua, Mis Chullcn Pinker, Mrs. J
homo, Hiu IMoff place, on (Irnvo l.oran I'easo, Mis, l'lank Watum,
t-treet, ami was attended h) a large Mis Wlllhim Mcln, Mrs Hobeit I'llz
tiimpaii) HcsldcH lho two vlsiloin geinld, Mrs Whipple Hull, Mis Wil
of houoi, UHulidlng the popular )(uug Ham l.elts Oliver, .Mm Chailes Hates,
hostoBB to rerolvn wore tlio follow-, h , -Mrs Peter Allen, Mrs. Henry
Ini, iiuilrmiH nud maids Mrs Alberli Pair, Mrs Maxwell Tn ft. Mis Wll
A Long, Mis Sylvamis i'aiiiliam, lliiui Baxter, Mih HiiiiIsoii Cla uud
Mm, William '.Mia. William Morrison.
Mm, llaxlo), .Mm, Daniel UelJcu,
schools It leaves no room for lu-v ,'
(litcemcnts oflen necessary to offer,-
t ili tn In In inline a tcv roliinlu n ml ?
uninviting sections, It (uts out en-;.'
tlrcl) all specialists such as n
iilrit'tois lu iiiusle, drawing. Iiandl-
(raft, ctr In this lespect It would
abolish laio-mnlrlng that has proveitl
a valuable adjunct to tho edtlcuttoiTl
01 Riris r
'I lie Ma or of San J111111 hns estab
lished 11 sprinting iccord that will
stnud for man) a day. No olttclal time
was kepi, but thoso who witnessed
lho font sn) that it will never hu beat
in One of llenr) Miller's prize steers
got on 11 rampage a shoi l tlmo ago and
ran In ut the open door of lho Sail
Juun hotel lb met Mn)nr llndon
1 onilng mil Tho Ma) 01 at once exe
1 tiled a side slen hut tilt steer vvus hot
on ills trial Willi head down Hound
nud round ihc went tho Maor nui
lug miiIi good lime thai he had to
iilow up bo us not to oveitako tho steer,
'lhe animal was lluull) captured,