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Kyiiii Mftfl ' ; . . THE WORLD; MONDAY EVENING, AUGUST 29. 1892. I
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Hjt' ' ( . Fit Julys.
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B0 1 TOTAL NUMBH OF
Hr,' " MONTH. 4't0LB"rillNTED.
f ! July,' 1884 2,314,113
j July, 1886 :.. 5.876.328
M; July, 1888. 8,427.731
H.t; 'jru'y l89o' 9.35200
Kr .July, 1892 11,779,529
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k ' MONTH. EACH DAY.
Ri ; July; 1884 74,648
ft': July, 18861 189,365
K , July, 1888 '. 217,861
Bjf, July, 1890 301,619
Wfc July, 1892 379984
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BaKi. I datajd PrBM NWB.
HKK'" . It l reported that tha Uttan of accspt-
M.'t i! BObylh DBBoenkUo nd Htpublicu
H(' f cBBdldaMa for th Fraddanor ra now
;' Mdy,(or BbUeUon and will ba laid ba.
Er forathapaopla within a Xaw daji. They
& vill b raad with latareat aa girin( voice
K , tovtaraaiUauealnTolTed in th campaign
B$. -, and talliag how tba prinoiplai aanonnead
H ' 1 .iBh pUtforaia ara inlarprated by thoia
HKt: who will baoaUad upon to aiiiit in put.
K;i tine, than iatopraotiea.
R .. Iha pcopla hava raeently baan diipoaad
K',. to look mora to tha candidatai tbin to
w tba platitndaa of convention platform
K for tba prlnolplaa tbatwUl ba likely to
E I BuldajBa adminiatration. In tbli in.
fp ', alanca both candidate bare ollad the
KJt . X'raaidantiat office, and botb ara there-
Hf- fore known accordinc to their marita.
N Uut tu'r r inationa on which there ia
K' aoasa anxiety to hare an explicit atate.
Kv went from the nominaea themaeWei.
BlA' How far will Mr. Ci.rtbi.amp ho in hta
M&i wclt-known policy of tariff reform? 'Will
f ha edhera to hie former conaerratlTe and
K&k , aooeptable poaitlon which 'made tha
Bfcf K)lltical MTOlntlon of 1890 and 1891. or will
Btfc v- ''ldla y degree totha radical Um of
B1! - tha Henry Wattereona of bia party ? Will
KB'r Harrbox dtatinotly ' ' unload " the hate-
c(7 i fnl Force bill, which cannot ba hidden
Htw wnder any platitudea about a "free
B&V v ballot)" will he indoraa the meaaure
, fully aa ha did two yeara ago. or will he
Msw1 .repudlata it aa an laaue altogether?
?i'"' The lettara will be regarded aauuusu.
W . ally Interacting, and important thia year.
H& I Their publication ought not to ba any
Pjfl D ADVICE.
K.-- r( tieeretary FoaraR. in a politico-reUgioua
gf j 1 stnmp apeaeh at Aabury Park yeeterday.
Ki ' j expreeeed the opinion that the General
H): ; Ootetnaaeat ought to bare complete con.
Uk-j'' ' trol of Quarantine mattera, and deaig.
K'' sated tha local control of Quarantine ata.
. ' ion aa ' a relio of the old State'e righta
m idea." The people of New York at leaat
HjjJ? will not indoraa the Beeretary'a auggea-
Ht!;' ' tion. The General Government took
Kf . control of immigration, and tha emigrant
Hii , , depot here aince the trantfer from State
KL to Federal autboritiea bee been the' acene
HVt t, acandaloua frauda, wnile the iniml-
HfcCi Kranta haTe been tbamefully neglected.
BpJt.i' Tb BtaU baa more direct intereat than
KgW the General Government in keeping out
aV difeaae from the city, and the duliea of
?' 'Quarantine are better performed by local
LaaaPt ,. ihan they would U likely to be by Federal
fc-V- V offlrtaU.
brrrrrrrrrrW .. a
BtM' . 5tW YOU'B BEODBITT.
bbrrrtcM: ' ' tUe B8lcot ' precautionary
Kp-'1" - tneaeurea to prevent the entrance of
I cholera into New York, the worat folly
K( r"x tliat could be perpetrated would ie the
V production of cholera aeare in (he city.
Bj;, rtu " roe of the acceaaoriea of the
Kf' l , diataae and would aid in apreadlng it in
HkR '' caae It ahouldmake ita appearance on thia
, ' Aide of tha Atlantic.
BBRRanfr 'Vk There ia no occaaion for any pani;.
HS" ' The people are aaaured by the authorltiea
BBaaaaW'K tl t precautlona bare been ao wall taken
E&l, '"-Rndaolborouchly that not a alngla mi.
BBbBb; i robe caq hope to get a landing bare even
BB 1.;f. tl Ahould venture to mane tow attempt.
bbrrrrrrrrrrrVhT-0 "!'' nx broucht into ibaporf.
aaaaaaaaaaKW J' tfc HeaUk 'PftlBeat, under tba
aaaaaaaaaMalfi in' n1taifii i i i it'-1' '
capable and enertetie lead of Health Offl
'oer JRHiiAa. will aee that every veeael
haa a clean bill of health before a panes,
ger u allowed to land.
It a no, ao, certain that propor quaran
tineueaauree'have been adopted in arrlr.
al,from Canada, but the Canadiana are
actively guarding their own porta of
entry, and no doubt our own .autboritiea
will take all the precautions potelble on
Kature promote tha city of New York in
a great meaaure, and with careful watch,
ing at the port and cleanhueaa in the city
we have not much to fear from cholera.
TBC HEW BaVOI ABD FTIHUB.
There haa been a aort of Damon and
Pythian caae in Cincinnati, although
Damon la known aa Thomar Com.ax.
while l'ythiaa nnawera to the familiar
namo of " Fat." Thomak'h brother.
An enemy of Fat Comlis was one day
knoeked In the bead with a ahovel. Ha
did not know by whom he wai at ruck,
but Fat waa arretted for the offenee. Aa
a matter of fact he waa guilty, but Thomas,
the elder, who waa much attached to his
brother, atepped forward and claimed to
have been the assailant, whtreupon
TnoMia was found guilty and sentenced
to four ycara in prison.
The facta have now come out, but Fit
haa gone away and if not dead, be at
leaat cannot be found. Tbokar has been
o convict for eighteen months, and some
citlzena have taken up his caae and sought
hta release from prison. They are met by
the objection of tbe.District.Attorney that
aa Thomsb confeaaad to tha crime he can
But what waa Thomas sentenced for ?
Waa hie offense' lying, or an assault? If
the former, he may be kept in jail. If the
latter, aside from the sympathy his action
commands, he la entitled to release, his
innocence being proven.
A E00IALIBT rAKADOX.
The Bootallata have met In Convention
and nominated a ticket. Their candidate
for Prealdent ia Simok Wimo, of Boston,
a tailor by tiade, and for Vice-President.
Cbarlzs Matcbxtt, of Brooklyn, a car
penter. A ticket with only one wing cannot be
expected to fly to victory. -Yet Bmox
promises that if he were President be
would give plutocrats and monopolists
fits, and Carpenter Matcbxtt would cer.
Uinly be useful in holplug his associate
to make up bia Cabinet. ,
Some points of the platfcrm of the Bo.
clalista are decidedly good. A progressive
income tax. exempting small incom'es.'is
one of their planks. But tbey .want a
paternal government to take control of
. all telegraphs, telephones.'rallroads, Ac,
and desire the repeal of all pauper, tramp,
conspiracy and aumptuary legislation.
In' one of their plauka they demand the
abolition of tho l'residsntlat office. This
would seem to confliot with their nomina
tion of a President But a member of tbe
party explains thst they must have just
one President to approve tbe Act abolish.
Ing tbe Presidency..
Ia not 'this a hazardous experiment,
though? Would not President Wwo, if
elected once, fly the way of all his prede-'
eeisors and lay pipea for a second term?
1 tbe ruTDairr extba.
Headers of Tire Evriuno World Hport
ing Kxtra on Baturday not only found out
that Morello won tha great Futurity, but
that the dashing two.year.oId also made a
new record for tho event. And they got
n'good story of the race, told briefly and
pointedly, u that they, could see tbe
struggle in a mind picture, though cir.
cumstances kept them from the track.
The 'Extra was' gotten out with that
despatch and in that ueatneis and com.
pletenea becoming to a daily journal
which lives up the motto, ''Above all a
Newspaper." Yet it was but an iustanue.
Thr Evr.niNo WoRin ia always "on
An unfortunate passenger who atepped
on au ' h " road guard in a crowded
train waa huatled off at tbe next elation.
lie will aue the Company, And the next
thing may be that the guard who was
atepped on will also be sat upon. It la
fortunate for tbe public patience that
there are really many guards on the " L "
roada who know bow to be civil and efficient.
Three women are under arrest at
Tlfton, Ind., for demolishing with axea
a couple of local aaloon fronta and the
fixtures which were in the places. In
one cue they ruined a costly sideboard.
Plenty of earnest temoflrtteea'' workers
will admit that thia fo$ni of'e'rusade too
strongly resembles mob law to be gen.
The painful death of tvrentr-tlve horses,
who were roasted in their rauiahacMo
abeda in a blaze near upper Broadway,
yesterday morning, cnlla renewed atten
tion to an old question. Why shouldn't
it bo conaidered juat as necessary to bouse
man'a beat friends amid fireproof Mir.
roundinga aa to ao lodge man himself ?
Nineteen-year.old Hiciukd MiNrnixT
died lu liellevue Hospital yesterday from
tbe effecta of a atab wouud inflicted by a
seventeeu.vear-old tough, from whose at.
taoka Mamubext ae defending an old
man. Tbe dead boy's name goet on the
hero list. For his murderer, tbe electric
chair fairly yflwus.
A policeman in Williamsburg who,
beine drunk, assaulted a crippled man
with his club was set upon by a crowd
and pounded. It Is almost tad to read
that he waa not much hutt. But it is
cheering to notice that bis ledge waa
promptly taken away from blm.
Quite a romance. It at of the male and
female aeronauts who plighted their troth
while banging from a trapeze bar under a
balloon. 11 u'. tbe woman was tbe one
whose fall to death at Detroit was noted
the other day. and tbe vows have euded
where tbey begau -in air.
Iho lateat Cinderella cornea out of a
hotel instead of a chimney corner. She
was chambermaid at a French Lick
Springs hostelry, in Kentucky, audesrea
so faithfully for the eon of a rich lumber
dealer, who was injured there, that now
he baa got well and married her. Now
let the tale end tbe good way : "And they
lived happily ever after."
The Irish-American Peace Commission
ers have returned from Ireland to report
their Inability to patch up a peace between
factions. Yet oow Is tbe lime if patriot
ism is ever to prevail in the green 'isle
when it should prevail over factionalism.
" Robbed in a concert aaloon " might
refer to the faottbat somebody's choice
new composition had been knocked
down and bad its melody taken away by
the pianist of the resort.
The directors of tho tMctroiolitau
Opera-House arc men of energy aa well
as means, and tho muse who wore wont
to haunt that palatial establishment will
not long bo homeless.
The stsrtling Intelligence that the clam
is disappearing relates rolely to tho salt
water species. That aort hirh cxiMa
in every sea of humanity still flourishes
in a mysterious way.
The nation rises up to congratulate Dr.
Oljteji Wendell. Holmeh on this, his
eighty-third birthday. A pretty halo old
" Autocrat " he, and may he remain so to
the uttermost limit.
Certain epithets employed in the Eng.
lisb tongue have becorao so common as
to utterly fail adequately to describe that
man in Peterson who smoked a hiludred
cigarettes in eight hours on a wager.
The German Ministry has acted wisely
in deciding that regarding the cholera
epldemio in the Empire, it will publish
the whole truth each day. ,
John It Buluvam bas some promises to
make good ten dare from this date.
Among others, that this shall ba his last
Thia should be an amazingly good foot
ball year. Tha country will be full of
kiokera alter eleotion.
August hsa a couple of dsya In which to
relent and not part from us so coldly.
It is not at all paradoxical that coal
should rise in the Fall.
Plenty of kindling-wood under tho po
Now that tbe choler epidemic 1 standlnc
like lUunlbal, " before our gutis " tbo Health
authorities, who are doing so much good lu
tbo vr&j vt relegating tainted meats and tout
nab and fruit to tho oflal dock, might al&u
take into cona (deration tho advisability of
lmllarlr treating candy ana ckea exposed
to flr-blow.H and other Impurities on moat of
.a cant-side atanda.
Homo people are ao Impervious to annoy
ances tbat tbey will let half a do? en torn-cam
vocallie tbe midnight air beneath their win
dows without making any effort to chaao
them away. I exhausted a battery of thirty
pieces of coal last night to quell uuch a con
oert going on In my neighbor's yard, while
llorphtua kept him and his whole household
Indifferent to tbe cats' unearthly yells.
Jaiit V Pirrtnt, tba Foatmailtr of Utlca, hti
bMB !lr abiiut bftjrtMa In Unci Sam'a pott at
Mff let. II waa born In 1814 and ia attll In Ttf or
A nphw of Cardinal Manning haa Latu llranant
toyriach th B(tlit doolrlur Uavraa race at I j
bapllaed In a Lou In till ahitrvh.
Agonaa btgun tolall ou thaono vlgorntn fraiua
of (Jan. Uanjamla I B-itler, 1U U nun Ttnlj
funr and la beginning to btnd ton oath th weight
of ytaie. But InUtlactually n U aa actlt a Tr.
HirCfcariM EnanHnitb. whoa raaolul defiance
f tbe Morocco Hultan waa th aenaatlou ofEug
land a brief while ago, la a ehort, tntckaet man of
gtnlal andrn lolly bearing.
It waa at 'reburg AoatUinr, tn'Malne, which re
ceutly oelebratodUatentennlal, that. Mania I Web
ater began th alndjr of law.
n Had No Buoh Intantlon.
Tbarongiegatlou aang, "Wo are going hum to
lahook thelpj-hadU lad with all my mtg.tt;
lUrubbad hleejee; tben drawlad, witbonta paug
"You're ear you ax? tluoU-bI I'm going
Vetif la H t flrmiH in Vurk,
This la Offlolftl.
There waa a flafaernan polite
Whoso mannera wr ao An,
Wbera'er ho weut to catch a ttab
lla'd drop htm tint Jin. JtHti.
In tha Flald of Olovar.
Batabla-b) booming, honey-he hovering,
Puipta ana whit Mroaotna hue lly over,
AU tb falrmaadow-Und with their wealth rover
What growth teewtetero fairer than clover?
M'rry rain falling, aweet Hummer ahowerlng,
C-uat our full eeniee over a id orr,
Down by th madowland with their aweet flower
ing, (Mover and otover, and everywhere closer,
Kweei vm I'll of boT-daye, in inetn ty lingerlua,
Kuihhig our bualer, later liven over;
How tbeaweet fancleeuur aiilrlta are fnxnrlng,
Hearing the humming abovotbeewoet clover,
'arl JiirtW, if itottun Jratturtfl,
BENEFIT AT SARATOGA.
Master Cornwall nnil Ills Friends,
Rnlse a40.ee (or tha Babies.
At) entertainment n ax held In tlio ballroom
ol tlio (Irand Inton Hotel recoutly In uldul
the btclc Iiablcs Kiind. The orlKluator ur tbe
affair '.tas ltkharrt llather Curnwcll, a brlgut
little chap, who hIso lb n incuibcr or Tnr.
World's IJttle Iictonders' Koclctj'.
Ihs programing c-3ii;lIM ot music, ocal
ana Instrumental, reflations ami Bklft
I 1 he rntcrlalumont realized tho nratsumrt
I So.n(i, nhlch has bctn duly added lo tho
Thow who aesbtfd Master Klrhard ncro
Ooldle White, busle Lougblin, cinlrti (illroy,
(ieoiroUauchle, T. C. (luidon. Madellr.v (11'.
roy, f'lortnreueonetti.iu, Alice Uilslu aud
I Mr. Woollcy kioaly cao the uso ot the ball-
In llir nri'k ur flol
irr, riuxil in. trrilln
luOrlwr, tail I ment an
ni!iuoiin amount of
ntouvy lor luMlcinr la
Min. I I .KM) lo Ulo
Hood'. Hr.trllln and
in s fe mU I found
tb. .lltnt: .r miirh
reduinl. sii.l ! lonkl
llrrnlhr wlili IVrfrn
Mri. Iliurlux. Ifnr. which I had not
don" for jr. I roatlnurd with ItOIIII'S
HAKHAI'AHII.I.A ami am I'rrmnnrnlly
Caraal." llaa. IIioilow, Frrmont, Mk'b.
IIOOU'H ril.l.Mi-ur, liver ilia. rounllrr
on, btllouinoit, Jsuadic, ales hcadsch., Ujo.
VERY NEAR $15,000,
Tho Sick Baljy- Fund Moving
Rapidly to That Mark,
To-day It Reaches tho Grand Total
Fairs and Rntrrlntiiinfiits Held nt
.Summer Ktsorts (or the
All Irllers rrntnliilnar mnneT lor lh
lrk Pnh Film! ahaalil be udilrcused t
I he Cnahler nt Ibe 1v rk WarlJ,
Ilonmlnn of rlathtna;. Scr.. should he
Hat to .tin. listeria. 3 IT Weal I'orO
THE SUBSCRIPTIONS. '.
Mm. J. v. Coruw.ll lo.sr,
('. W. II , , 1S.0U
( I'ark aT.nLu .btertalDni.nt v.... i0i)
ftlilldr Lawn gufat. 3 00
Chlk'rtn uf l.aat Milj-nlnlli alinf . . '.'.HI
Fair lnt'rnfulil l.U)
The llaby Kuml M lurthcr curlclicd tr-dny
hv$nn.&ill tho greater pari (if UlcU is Iho
rojult ofi'MorlalninfMits hild In I his illy and
a', wasldu and inouutaln resorts.
Tblsnmount brings I he tttanrt totnl up lo
ai:i,ft?l, which will dotf oudcrs towards im
proving tbo condition nl tho poor babies In
Kvory dollar received w 111 he put to Its best
possible use, aud thoso n ho havo contributed
to Ibla Fund will hmo tho sal Isfni tlon of
kDOHlni that their chailty Im been well bestowed.
THEATRICALS FOR THE BABES.
Aabury Parle Children Olva an Inter
This nolo was left at Tun i:fnimi Wonm
omco by Us writer last baturday, aud with 11
Tiir. hand' or amatkuhm.
To IA rJilir i I
I am directed to present lo your fund tho I
proceeds of an cntcrtnlnmeut given at :10K
Seventh avenue. Abbury l'ark-, N. J., amount
liibr toCll.TS. This enter! nlnmeiit was pro
moted and conducted without nxslslnnco ot
adults, by younR elrlH and boys not over
fourteen yours of age, JIPss Kdlth I. Harris,
Master Pert ram Illchsrdbon aud .Miss I'.dnu
Moreenroth assutulnc the business manage
ment. llKxnT I. IUhkis, 71 llroadwaj, N. Y.
The note and tho money do not tell tho
whole story, though. And It is an Interesting
one. Tho cntcrtaliimont was a theatrical
performance, given In the Hani Theatre,"
on Mr. Kranl: Mcslck's premises, liotl seventh
avenue, North Asbury l'ark. Tho " llnru
Thoatro " Is really Mr. .Mcslck's barn, nt (mo
end of which a Hinge wr.s erectod, and which
was filled with chains lxirrowcd Irom tho
residents ot 1 ho nclghiHrhood. Somo bouses
lent lut'iiiy-mc nr thirty ihnlrx, nnd alto
gether tliern wero seats for about tw n liiindi cd
persons. Many hsd to stsnd, of ccui-e, as
there wcro fully thrco huudn d people lu tho
Tho boys and girls did ill the work I hem
selves. They rlkgcd up tho stage, made foot
lights out ot candles In clgai-boxcs whose
backs woro covered with led paper, nnd he
cured scenery fortlireo separate acts of tho
comedy, ' shoddy and Wool," b stripping
tho surrounding residences of their screens,
curtains nnd wall and crlllng decoration j
'lhey bad no dinieult.v In obtaining a loan of
tiujlblng tbey vtuntcd, as everybody became
deeply Interested In tbo rcrlormnneo und
wanted lo sco it n iucccss. The pi ij' was east
Mr. HkMatutlo Artlmr Dlcfa.tril.nn
Atlgtifctua lltgtilalutiu,, BcrlratQ Ulchariliuii
Mr. UumoM llitik S. Mt.lik
Ag.ut VVaalttuiiu Ilcury MrifLurtrif r
Hrant , Mlltuu Moraruintli
Mra. Illahfaliilln . IMrs Morsonrolh
Maria Ifiililalutlii May I'allaiihaii
i lara IllnhUlutln Aeix! ('allaulioii
Mm. Kiitl (Ir.i. Morirritruth
kttl.lliifticll I il.tl K llama
Aunt llorutlty ,,, , J, it'.a Ui'liulham
Theto was no painted sreucry. but ns tho
three nets call".! lor Interims, tbo i-crecnH,
clintrs, sofnHnijilruitrliiN tbo little folkH had
Ihii rowed lllled tho view and mnJc .leiei'tublo
at ue pictures. All Ihonetori'wi'ro rnpcrlv
cistumcd. 'lhey know their purls, too. und
aitedlhem well; ntwl tho gronn Mlks ulin
set out tho piaycnjoj edit fully m it liwiio
trlven lu u Urourtwoy thc.uio by n i huili-,
1 rohniau cr . M. I'aluur or Auguslln Kaly
I'luoinuun'crs of Iho cnleitiiliimonl li.idn
band of Uiuonado on iiitnd una this lino
appealed ul Iho botloinot tho pilnted piu
uiammo: "Tho pb'k llnlnes hope that tho
Vmuiiado Mnii'l v,lll bo Ireeb palionUid hi
thilr fiieiida. '
Yolnndit (r.J Polln Did Wo!.
idanCa llayirsaorf and Hello iisdcroi
Ranlred a. nni'lenl ai.d Iltcrarj enti rtalnuieul
Icr tho blek lliibhs' Hum, which w, 13 jrlwii
last I'rlday nvci lugln tho tl;io parlor.s uf
Mrs. Analo Iliyds.toiTo rcsldi'UCi, Idil West
Thlrty-.ouith 1,11m, onu bundled tkkels
were told at -." iciits each, and tr.eauioutil
leallzcdfor the luod was '.',, Uilcli Muse)
l'aiirsdorf and Miyder himicil in to 'jiik
KvKMSb Wiihi.u laat s.iluriln.v. 'iheywcio
usslsied lu dlspo'lng nt iho tlcu Is and giving
tho enti'ili Iiiiiiiiii h) Aunaldu l.)nsdori,
.Miriam Well, i.r.u-o tsmplt'll, .Nellie Hull and
ll7(k Cook, ,iis. a. h. hul vvtis iliisich
Idireaoi. '1110 pnrlt,m wriii iiicjinted wit!
bunting nnd numerous lanterns, and the tw
I joung luulesMl.0 (.rlglnnltd thernli rt.ili
ment und litmithrd 11 l'iihI piTtlou oi It. in.
were piv.-umd with oihkCtaoi itouers uu
iiouijuois by iiulr friends. 'ho pro.T.iimui
was as ii lions.
l'lauoiolii,Miil.mi Well: recital lon,olard
Iliiyrrriioi'ft in.ii.di'lin toio, viis s.nd-i ;
comic sougiii.d Jig. lolands lierfdoif une.
llelle Mi j di r; uihiillon. Nelilo null: (ll.i
logue, hvening call," oianda Ituvirsdorr
as Mr, 1'oiisonbuy and urero I'miiplvii nno
Addle la crsdor'i "A ItooibUik, ' tharu ler
bl.uieh in t"'uuif. hj Hi lie Mijilir; .si in
dancf, Yolunua li.s)erwor( end lirllo miji.ii-,
lu tlaik and cllov dnsics wllh belli mid
ribbons: (.011110 song, .Ne.liu Hull: lunjo nnd
hour. Jotiph Loceuilarnd l.vstcrand Hani
Four Uttlo Wnlders.
Tbli Is the best w'e could do. Four little
maidens, AUcu llatc?, Olhi; Wyuun, Mabil
MeKgana'and Florence lioburt, held a fair
at 4:10 eleventh strsvt, nrooktyu, on Thiirs-'
day attcrooon item 1 till r. Mr. u'brlcn was
kind enough to let 11 hat u tho use ot n room.
'Iho irocttds arc lit
tOlK l.UtLt. Millll;NS.
Dramatics t Hunter, N. Y.
To ll fitllnr t
Inclosid tied r:o, the procoedsor an enter
tainment given ut Iho West Knd Hotel,
Hunter, by Ibe Writ Und Dininiitlo (Tub, on
baturday, ,'ug. t'U. The members of tbo
(Tub arc : MPscJlt lilouinlcrj,', P. Uoodmsn,
11. Itejinsn, if. Ucltlnger und II, Telrhtnan,
nud Messrs. I.'. A. Alsxander. ,1. Alrxandir.
I.. II. OusliUttd, ('. Urern and I- l.tbmau.
MI'ses .1, llnmbtirger, V. Ilnllln. jy, lorn, I.
oolner niul I'. Casuland and Ml. I. lelch
mini also lent their aid In ontcrtalntiig.
Wn are lintlier llulehled to Mr. K. Hell
muu. Mrs. (. Horn, J. (Kldimllli and C. K.
cnhlniid for I heir utile asslstsncr.
Hi. I Ing that yu may over nnd numerous
supporttra lu your f.ob.e work, I am
for tho West hnd Utsmatlo club.
An Impromptu Concert.
To Hi, Ttf'r
Inclosed pleaso nnd draft fur f'J.i for Iho
Hick Habits' I'tind, the net piucccds of tin Im
promptu uincerl given at tt nlkt r Hall, Mon
tliillo, N. Y.i Wcdm-Ml'iv evening, Aug, -'4.
I hereby wlh lo llianl: tbo following ladles
and gdmiemeii for kindly voltintcerlng'lhelr
mm vices to mako tho tciiLeri 11 success: Will
Istncnvvan, William . 1. cowan, jr, of I'uter
on, rs.J.; 1. II. uud II. C. NewUik.lt. C.
Mrong, .'..onllcello, N. Y.; -James V. Has
broiielr, nf 7,ew York t llv; 'Masters Klrhard
nnd llonrv sclilppeu, ot llouoken, N. ,1.; -Mr.
A. Irono (iumrter l-o, o; Now Yprk city, und
Mrs. H. colcord. of Mnnlkello, K. Y.. und I
nlw wish lolliankvour frlmds lor Hiding sui.li
n worthy cause- Yours respoctiullr,
, A. 1'. JCKSCIIl'N.
:i;j: West Hillelli etretU
Earnod by the Cnlldr'on. '
ou wlllpleusollud Inclosed $10, Rtut by
Anniiut.d. Mamie sbcrldsn, James and trod
I.sro and Ada and Wllllo Urnssc. T heso chil
dren havo earned tho money by holdlmj
a fair, picking ben les nud' dolnir errands. 1
wlsH II were possible (or you to know how
earnestly each child has worked for tbe Hick
HttbleH' llund, us tin: oldest. Is but twelve
nnd Iho youngest Just pv on jcars old, and
nil but two'of tho children nre here In Liberty
tor ilietr Hummer vacation, not orgctllng to
lielpthe sick' babies left lu tho hot uty.
Would you kindly send a copy of your paper,
so tho children may sco I holr eflorts In print T
Mrs. Eo ClUMi'l in,
Ultrly, Knilivan county, N. Y.
Collected by Mra. KlrLland,
Inclosed plcsse Ilnd aid collected by Mrs.
.1. II. Klrklund Iroin tho following residents of
ltoseland, N. ,1., for the Sick Dablcs' Kurds
ltev. Mr. Kalrlelgh, Mr. Jobnllyer, Mr. White,
hou-c. II. C M. V.. Mis. .M. v., E. W. f.,
li'ilend, l each : W. w. Uo Cump, It H., A. W.
II., fiO cents each: Mr. W. Bush, ao cents; W.
(I., I), c. W. I!., Mr. P. Williams, W. Heaeh,
I'rlcnd, W. Hall, Mr. llndalph, J. F. Kenny,
an cents each; Mrs. Uoromus, 10 cents;
Hillside cotlngo. a.7.". Total, J to.
Tn fA. rdttor I
Tho children of tho Itevcro House, Arvcrnc-by-tbo-Hea,
gavo somo tableaux Thursday
evening for tho benefit of the Hick Ilables
rund, from which they readied JU.tlO. Tho
children who took purl are:
i:ri.t.N MRLii'y, Ai.tr Koiin,
Wahik imvi-oos, Mtiscv Dkyhicb,
run: 'inn, Jinosir Koiis.
. .NtriuN biskiNP,
Madison Avenue Party.
Ada M. Mnrchant, liebecca I.covvenstelu,
Henry rammers nnd l'rank f. Murcbaut, all
of 10.0 Madison avenue, held a small party
nnd sale, Inmi which they realized .' for Iho
Mck llablea' t und.
Fair and Collection.
We. the undersigned four Uttlo gills, send
you ."i.mo, tho proceeds ot a fair and collec
tion held at 7 West One Hundred amlMx
tcenth street last week, and only wish It
wtiumt.ru for the dear llllio Mck ehlloren.
Tho first two uro Kluu's daughters.
V west One Hundred nud MMeenth street.
. . , ,, ,, SUlHIl'Fltllg I'F.MIKII,
u West Uno.lIundredandSlxteenthstrivt.
T tt est Uho Hundred and Mxteeuth street.
u tt est one Hundred and Slxtetuth so cet.
A Harlem Collection.
To II,, filllor
Incloscil )ou will nud n clieclt for .".:i.'.
collected by Ida Hock nnd tndlo Keller, of
llarleiu, Irom tho following people: &odle
Keller, r,o cents; A Friend, 40 cents; Mrs.
'levy, Kinuia nnd Waller Kedciiburr, Ida
I llloek, Auidu uud l.uey llthl), Dleklo aLd
I Hoysio Murphy, II. Uuschniejei, A lri"nd, A.
ll.irber, I), cwmallll, Hubble utid'Alllo
lloBiiidus, L-." cents each : lllancho helter, :!0
1 rents; Doctor, l.'i cents; H. chw.lu M,
. .in Con, (.. Altlielnu-r. A Cnufceiluner,
1 Dageiuilj, (I. i.oveliiiu. itHtnis each, und
fieri., (. lllbbsnl, liubuie 'lyadall, j. iitn-
nild, (i. llainei and A. Israel, .-, cents men.
A Kind's Da'jjrhter.
to I'" Ultor
I liirltniil please rind 1 for flick 1'alles'
l-vrnl -In blsnniue. OiheV. I'
A King's Paughter, llniuklvn.
South Hlvor Workers.
lnil),.d nud chick for $l.l.i, rr.iorcd.s ul a
fn.rhcldnt l.lausci's Hall. Iloplur It bclpj
tlin sKk habits with geod wishes
I.IT7IH Kl.AlilkN. I.IS4 hlir.MUrK,
Four 1'iiBsn'c Qlrlr.
To it, r,nir
Inclos-ed please nnd ftl.ia, collected by rcur
little glrli of Passaic, N. J. vAo bu e it win
; bemnt somo pocr sick baby.
I Kit:,, .irvMx.
Wliilc every joy that glads
our .splieic C
I lath still sonic shadow
Not o it is to tlmsc fond
WhoKnapp's Root Uccr
Krani'allool Racr Kilricl, jlld.il. r.,;.
Tho Modish Gypsy Tie.
Tho "KU'sytle" is vciy fashionable Ibis
Simon as nu nccompauliuciit in the tennis
btoit'C. The tics arc made ot Iho large Chi
nese tilk handkerchiefs that come In new, In:
dcscrlbsbio colors ritlberdiniciilt to classify
palo gticus, lor Itistsncr, that aro nearly
cllovv, udsclo-.lly Lordcrlng on terracotta
or deep urangr, crushed tnspterry, looking
very inueii like mnslicd lobster, aud so on.
These kenblefs envelop the throat, very
lightly or lake up very llllio room If .laid bc
uealiutho turn-down collar, und It well se
lected imuuj of Hit so nondescript colore piove
tmliiditly becoming, but without dlscrcliou
lu scltctlng tlui "gjpsy ll" the wearer's
complexion may look nothing less than
ghastly, i'laldcd kcrchlofs in two or more
110I0.-H nre sometimes preferred to those In
' mouochrome, nnd there nro also lancy shot
and dotted neckerchiefs.
A Servicoable Gown.
A plain black China or India silk Is a delight
to the owner. 11 is dressy, cool nndoomtorl
able, nnd, wjthnl, not nn txtravogant dress.
it can 'bo as slmplr made as a tailor gown,"
and jet the material will jlcld luelftouuy
amount of shirring, puniug, runilDg, Ac. it
can bclrlmtned slmplr with Itstlf, or a tiny
lint of color lutroduccd as a rest, and cuffs ot
a shot Mlk, showing blsck nnd cardinal, bluclc
and palo blue, black nnd heliotrope, kc 'ihls
makes a rcall dresy gown, aud the color
1 can remain lu for ono seasou, the next season
removed and another trimming substituted
and you have' unothor gown.
Styles for Stout Women.
His unfortunato that tho present styles
nro Illy adapted tu stout ngurcs;'bul, un
fortunately, a fashion vyrltcr does not and
cannot mako tho styles, lly using n llttlu
Ingenuity and taste, however, many ot tho
present design's may bo well adapted for'
stout nguies. Hut I mint Impress onmy:
readers that it Is not really the manner of
making tbat Is as important as tbo material
selected. Ko pov.-cr could mako a Myllsh
ctstitmo tcr n largo weman out of a dress
with a huge pattern upou It, or one with wide
stripes, but a matcilal with very narrow
slrlpo and plnln surlnccs, or delicate ngure
would add greatly to tho appearance.
This One Whistles, Too.
Mlnqle Henry, of this clly, Is a whistling
girl who Is not on tho stage. She bvgau to
whlstlo throe years ago In emulation ot airs,
bliaw, and although sho Is1 not as coed a
whistler as Mrs. Hhaw, sllll she whistles
charmingly nndha3 won admiration at pri
vate and public entertainments. She Is young,
tall and good looking. Her repertoire leans to
' popular music, and tho pieces Bhe renders
1 mostwblstltngly are "Heart Throbs," "Tho
1 Nightingale," " What's In a Kiss?" aud " Tell
Me Not." It nn) body getting up a Mck
Ilables' rund entertainment wpbes Miss
Henry lo whistle show ill do to wllllnglj.
Improved tee Pitcher.
An i:iigllsh llrm has In ought out a pitcher
uf glass designed especially for a claret r!up ;
It H mtcd with a movable Ico receptacle,
whloh cuols tbo punch without decreasing Its
slienglh. This teems 11 t-ctislblc Innovation
which might he adopted for jiij sort of Hum
mer drink Including water. ITItcred and
boiled water are ecellent safcguaids against
levers In tho laic hummer and o.vrly Autumn,
but ihelrenicioncy issptllcd when Ice, which
may contain any Impurities, is melted In such
lliiu'd to tool 11. A plcturo arranged on this
pilnrlplc, which docs not bring tho Ice In
niiecl contact with the water or other never
uce, would have a distinct sanitary value.
If the top of your 01 uaiuihtnl mantel forms
a deep shtlf, arrangu II lu this vva : lu tbo
centroof thoihrlf set a small palm, lnliont
and ou inch sldu of Mils place smaller plants,
reins, ktiauluuis or anything uu prefer.
Hank It Into a glow lug mass of color. Then
around Iho edges, f 1 ont and sldu (lulu Miial',
dalnt) vines to diuup over thnmnntcl minor
ir to climb upward ou Invlilblo wires. Tho
effect Is ono 01 vvl.lth yen villi never tire.
A Hibj-ioa'.id hug on 11 dlhilnutlvo (-old
toru busk (s the design u, a lato arrival lu
bll&btl 13 .
1 thtll and uj bier. sbaptd tiljil.et trajy, with
loi'oui hoidi'i and Mini designs, arc tho
huh est lu that Um.
teal leattur plsjliig-cord easer, with facili
ties for n glilei lnr Iho number 01 gamisand
points made, urr gi ncrallv lavuied.
silver 1 Ur-bo, iupail. ct holding luu
ilgars, piuvldeil nlih an nkohol luiupaud
.ok 1 mil ivllb llgiirtseiitagtd ll. huutluglsan
! siouietliing u-f'UI ns well as prrlly Is the
1 fetn dish, Intended solely lor tho iiiiurl.hlng-
! ot that plant. 'Iho Intcilor Is arraugid to
U111II1.JI1 bo inktn nut cuily. T,io ouier
silver work Is ojcu uii.1 ei.ibusid. Mlvcr
flowci-poisare mudo In tbe samo s'.yle.
Afphonso Oaudet's Wife.
Mine, Alpluuse DauCet Is Hi her iiulvt
irry (juIlo nj Intcicsilui; a personality ns Is
her 11 0 e lamtus huobai.d. The p ilr are said
lofco iho nnsl i.nliid (ouple lu Kr.'iuh IP
erar.v ilicles, nud mltbcr tan worN wiihout
iIiogiIui biltijnt liiiiid u ci hlckc, corn ctor
piilse. us 1 ho dis 1 may be. Uni.dcivvas still
on the right Mde of nve nud twenty when ho
met his mure v 1 c. lie hai a rticai di3llko
foi womiuwhoicc.tcd poeuy, and Milt. Jtill.i
vTumiulti-ieleliairdln her uvrncliclo lor her
itcltatltni;ualti:e. It was, bow ever, a caso
of lovcaillisi alghton both sides, and tho
auibtr of Tarlarln" has ucvtr had lesson to
rcgut hit choice. 1
Mm.. Hamlet la the authoress of some very
lovely dfkc.-lpilcusr.f child lllc and'schsalton.
Mie is a Cevoled mtthtr, andcduftitcd ber
two sons In a great measure herself, learning
In many cases over nh;b1 Iho Iissonsshc was
to loach ibein ncxtimonilng.
I'.v cry lino tiaudct bos written during tho
last tweno-scven years bss been revlird by
his wife, and lately she has taken down a
great deal of hts work from bis lips.
The Usudots live In a beautiful nrartment
In n iUlcl comer of old Parts. Unco n week
tbo Zilra cuno to dinner, fertile two novel
ists aro Intimate, and t very J car M. andMnie.
Hsudcl srend n few weeks at it. Zola's lovely
country house ut Mcdan.
"Bash " Was Jealous of Her.
Mile. Brcslnu, w bo Is a Swiss glil, will Inter,
est Americans lualulv bccntiso she succeeded
In aiouslng tbe Jealousy of that wcll-aatlsaed
yrung wi.man, Mnrla ItashklrtsefT. When
Mario went to Julian's studio Mile. Brcslau
was at work there, and tho most nolo a&d
adv anccd of tbo femato students. Her supe
riority wounded the Uttlo Russian, and when
she brought, ber luncheon, consisting of very
nno things to eat and champagne to drink,
Mile, lireslau was net asked to havo any.
Later when Mario " ISafh," as she was
railed, had her plcturo, " Tho Meeting," put
into the Luxembourg and wui becoming
famous, they wero reconciled, nnd "Hash"
presented Mile. Lreslau a very lino laco corset
waist, which she did not need any more, and
Mile, lireslau probably did a plcturo o( Mile.
HashUU tscrT, and ail was harmony. Eho still
has the dressing sack which Marie "Bash''
gavo her. Mile, lireslau wears it while she
works. It has perhaps a million paint-brush
streaks on it. ,
One of the young women who worked with
Mario Bash and with Brcslau at Julian's was
tbo beautiful Uttlo Polish Princess Terka
Jabloucsla, who has sluco become tbe wife ot
Sarah llei nhurdt's son, and who has dis
tinguished herself by transforming the great
est living actress Into a grandmother. Mile.
Brcslau is one of the greatest' portrait paint
ers In Paris.
Chairman Harrity's Family.
When at bomo Chairman W. P. Harrlty, ot
the National Democratic committee, laughs
and romps with his thrco little daughters
and ono baby son in the four-story brick
house at 148.01ard aTenue, Philadelphia.
At inch. times, ho forgets all about business
nnd his political cares, and thinks only vol his
charming wile and his happy family. Mrs.
Harrlty was a Mlrs Hose M. Dovlln, ot,l'hlla
delpblo. Tho oldest daughter Is Mary Agnes, with a
sunny disposition and a little ulr ot dignity,
acquired, she will tell you, by her advanced
age. ilefore long Bho will ba all ot syveii
years old. Marguerite Is only flvo and Belle
well, she In tbo baoy of tbo girls. Tbo young
man ot the family Is William V. Harrlty, Jr.
As for the girls, they think papa tbo very
best man In tbe world. This sentiment is
founded on the fact of Ida accomplishments
tho ones with which they' aro familiar, ito
tan play horse, better than any one they ever
saw before.' lie can build great big 'houses
with blocks and tell fairy stories, and storjes
aboutglants and soldiers, 'lhey all slr!ln'hls
lap at once, and tho thrco Uttlo heads some
times get a-hodptng, for papa knows how to
mako u story lend light straight to bed.
She Didn't Like " Jane Eyre."
Lllabcth, Lady Eastlako, Is ono of tbo most
Interesting survivals ot a past age In Kurope.
Although she was born In Norwich as long
ago aalHIOIbe plucky old lady Is aim a con
stant contributor to tho Quarterly Jlecteto
and various other J'.ngllsv publications, bho
Is also credited with occasionally writing
an old world leader for tbe Times newspaper.
Her most notable achievements as a cm 1c
was an urllcle in the tfuarlerlv llerlexe 011
"Jane Kyre," which' was supposed aMlio
j time to bavo completely pulverized Charlotte
Brculc. The criticism was not signed, and
I was attributed at tile time to ibe pen of all
kinds ot people.
Alter tho death of Sir Charles, Lady Kast
lcko wrmo a curious book spcclully addressed
KMvldowa, Th.s brought her mi autograph
leitrrtiom (Juteu Victoria, who, telug herself
lu that rud condition, particularly apptetl
ated tho volume and declared herself inoro
coiucled by Its permal Ibnu b.v.anythlngclsu
I Hint hsd leen tent ler. HirMnJosty has
I Unco kept up a friendly nnd constant com-
1 miitilcstlun wlthtLouiilbcrecs.
I.auy KlmIjU' lives in 11 leaullful houso lu
nn old-fashioned London square, whero sho
ictelvislur friends every Siindsj a'.ternoon.
A Fleur-dO'Lys Table.
1 his yc. fancy tablciiiic taado In all bona
I of oilglualli.iix.s -ua f mcoi.s, si ars, shields,
I Ac oi.ouitLe nil tt lest in this style Is tho
Iiiur-U(.1.VH. 'Iho tup ui.d thu sl.elf cf tho
labia aie cut ficiu a kjund piuo beard and
tovtrid with cl iur f-l'l: or chintz. In lliu
cxumilo given the material Is yellow sill:
' wllh a imnovv Irocjdcd stripe. This Is put
ou very really, (he edges 1 Ing ilnlsh'd wllh
biats-hetdcd i.aiK 'iho lojs aro covered
with plush In a ratlior faded Bliadeof blue,
which Is fastened with a Uttlo gill lacl: with
aflettr.dc-l.vufur abend. Aflcr all Iho pans
aro covered lhey ervyllted togrlhcr and held
In plate with stroni fumltiiro clue. Aland
ot ihejplush in the loner shell trimmed wllh
1 . - - - . .
gold galloon nnd n couplo 01 bands of thu
latter aiound tLo lop llnisU off this very (ay
ahdpiclt llllio table.
Put one pint of milk In tbo doublo tiiifr
with two lublcspooufuls 'of sugar and t
small tenspoonful of vanilla ; break futir egji
eoparalely; whip tho whltts until slut aa4
dry; then stir lu lightly tour tablegpcontulsoi
pondered, slfleil sugar. With n tcaiiioug
take up tho whipped whites about the Blo m
nn egg and drop them Into the bollinj milt
Put In as many as can bo handled convent
cnlly. tt'hcii they aro nrm onVtboMactars
them carefully and cook until 'nrm on lot
other. When all nro done, mix Alio neu,
beaten yolks ol thn eges with tho milt, am
cook (stirring all Iho lime) until tho custarj
coats tho spoon. Mraln Into a bowl to cook
When cold pllo tho snow eggs 111 a high f4
dlbh, pour tbo custard over and around them
aud serve. In making salt custard ilubot
allow ll to boll, ns that would can,o It to
curdle. If ll should ctirdlu pour In a Ittth
cold milk, stirring rapidly, and stra.ln qultkly
one halt pint cream, ono lemon, .one halt
glass noycau, ono half ounce gelatine, a Irtlla
cochineal, 'vjno half pint cherry Jelly, four'
ounces sugar. Pour some of tho Jelly in a
mould and IctV It bet: when cold turn It out '
and cut Into six pieces. Dissolve tbo gelatine
lu a Utile hot water, add It to tho cream,
sweeten and whisk till stiff ; divide ll into
two portions, Envor ono with lemon and tha
other with noycau. Pour Into two moulds to
bet; when qultb set, tuin them' out, cut Into
six pieces:, put ibe cream and Jelly. Into a
mould, till up with a llllio liquid Jelly ana
A Russian Notion.
In tbo dining-rooms of somo ot the urge
cafes Hi Itussla there Is a pool of freshwater
In which flsli ot various kinds and alios swim
about. Any patron ot tho restaurant wbo
' may wish a course of nsh lor dinner goes to
tho pcol, pl;ks out tho particular ono ho inij
dot lie uud In a moment Iho waiter bas cap
tured It with a dip-net nnd sont It lo the cbiL
.Spinach Soup. ,
Take a peck ot spinach, steam until lender,
rub through a collandcr, put In a kettle with
a quart of toup slock, a cup of cream, a table
spoonful of butler, Bait and pepper: kt boll
I ten mlnuics. When ready to lako up drop
' la a raw egg tor each person, fccrvo w lib dry
I MKKU. I(
( TCESD1T. AUG. 3J. '
) 1 Mjoaa 1
Boiled Ham Poll.d Totra'on
(' P-olla ' (Mftre (
S li'.tcn. 1 1
f 8ardlna carnlaVail w llh lemon and creaa
v Jotatu Svlad, . 1
1 -l'ruil 1 1
If. nir. " ,
', Tjrualo U.uil.m .
, Itoakted Lamb . P,ai '
; C Potatoes, paralry aauce ' I
' Salad of r.t'ture and cdcrmb.ia 1
t Wat.rtn.lon.tc. tn ni.loa baek.i .1.'
- r- .
. Veal Loaf. , - , .
. , , 1
Chop four pounds cf raw veal and a pound
ot hum very fttio togetber, mix with aplutll
bread cruraos, a teaspooutul of 1 salt, avtea-'
spoonful of nnoly minced onion, two well-
beaten eggs, half a itaspoontul ,ot qicppcr,
powdered sage, cloves and allspice. .MU
tboioughly and put In a square tin pan sail
weight down ; when moulded turn' out oa
1 baking pan, glaze over withMhe white ot 111
1 egg and bake In a very slow oven two bouts,.
and a half, basting frequently with n llitlo
hot water and butter; bcl to cool; Mite tula
. Chocolate Biscuits.
Tako a quarter ot a pound ot grated choco
late, quarter pouud ot powdered btigar, a'
dessert spoonful ot Hour, white uf ono or?.
Mix the Ingredients thoroughly; tako piece
tho bl.o of n walnut, roll tbein out,thlnly,
bako ou a buttered tin In a moderatoovea
for ntteen minutes. While warm shape them
over a ruler and place on a sieve to dry, 1
There aie nfty-slx women resident uilsMcn
nrlcs In China.
I Two moro police matrons have been ap
pointed In IlrcoMyu, N. Y., making In all
cUht? . ' ,
Miss Sarah Tucker, outhor of tho Btorjes 1)7
A. L.'o. 1-(A Lady (.f Lnland), U tcrluuslJ
111 In India, whero she went ns a mlbtljinary
ten yiar.s aso, tlrjuh then over fitly ycario!
I of the S'JOO.oou ceedet for tho eiectlouol
dormitories for tno woi.icti students of tw
new Uulvtiblt ut ( blcago, slis.lup vru
I raked In four weeks by tho Woiiian'i (Ttibo:
chltago. h.ai:r 1'ositr, widow ot the la"
Dr. Foster, ! avu .Mi,(lOO o( Ihls, nnd ilu.oW
was I'Ciitrlbuieil by K.l.'.ulxlu 1,. l.cllj.
.snrah llcruhardt glvis hor friends to under
Hand that she was oue of crchteen thlldrtn.
and In consideration or tho fact Tor uaUs
rally bcriuulherfoivms the particular jcarln
vhlcn this glllo.l daughter was uotu. MH
wnsLducatednta convent, four limes to tt
espclled anu four llmo tu bo taken luck lot
LtHijiB . tin .rtymtiurivLVJitm
A Blind, Deaf and Dumb. Girl.
Helen Keller, tlio Uttlo tb'rtfcu-ycarJl
Idled, cvui nnd dumb ouughter ct Mr. A. tt
Keller, ( t TuicumLla, Ibe wonder of Ito K1
and tho pride of Alnboma, Is writing a surf
torsi. Slctiulnr, tho proceeds cf which villlM.
dcvutul to the Children's; Building at l"1
CutiiniblJii Kxposltlon. Helen Keller liawsJJ
charged heratdt with llvi mBlnlennnco
cducalloii of n Uttlo blind boy, has, bypP,
B3UMI eftort, relied j:i,UU0 tor this purrs',
testdca which ai.'-'OU was the result ot anijj,
terialnmcntlhUlgatcd by her and rlr'"!f
ber name lor kindergarten tor Ibe Mji
and her wrlilnga' nl.-ouud 111 spcuttntsw
sweotnws and grace. v,