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I MODERN WOMAN
I STILL ROMANTIC,
THE EVENING WORLD, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1911
WHO His PRAISE
ion NEW WOMAN
BUT NOT SILLY - sm
Louis Tracy, English Author,
Rejoices in Her Hxp.tnJ
CUPID STILL POPULAR.
Explains British SufTraRCttism
and Shows How It's Difierent
With American Women.
Marguerite Mooer Marshall.
Tha tnld-Viotorln womil, that
tarfact ssaaapla of tha farlnacaoua
faamals, ahrlvaUad np ana psrUaag
baaaatn tha whtta light of mod
arnlty. But with all bar fault,
aba poaaaaaad tha quality oonunoa
to woman aad tha phoanla, of rla-ing-
rlurin.a from bar aahaa. Aa
ta woman of tba Twantlath Can
tnry, aba la fraad from allllnaaa,
halplaaauaa and bjpocrlay. Baa
la baautlfnl without baiag brala
laaa. romantic without ruing rldlr
aloas Or ao niiprau io Ixmln Tracy, tha
Rngllri romantic n wlim Rrhoajl ninny
Amarkan hava fblloWa SaHatMfBlly in
(or on) The Wlncn of UM Morning."
a tltrllllng tnl .f lovr an. I tulvinturr.
Mr. Traiy only arrlwd yrilrr.liy frivn
Iondoh anl wrnt illrrotly 10 tlx- horn
of hi pUbUahajr, K J. OlOaa, In llack
naaik. N. J. There I fnum! dim more
than reudy to (Wrnl tlie modern womiui
a survival or .ill that wa bSgt "iil
iwmral In Uit ulil-faalil'iiird ilfg and
"The woman of to-day annta the love
of a Miajboftd ..'ni eMMrasi Jum M Bin
a aver ahe rllil." he oVi-lan-d. "t 1 1 l.l
it the god behind the machine
whether Ita more BbVtoug deallny la
tha ronatnirtloti of IrMkl or of fonn
letter. Romance In-day traveln In ail
tomol.llea Inatead of on cuol-hlack
chargrra. To-niorow It may mount the
alihtlcaa courlera of the alr'--ln ario
pUnea. Hut It will rem.iln Itomance."
And Mr. TrMJf nuin-,l hla already
square ahotihlera with BbVtOttl gglWpfcl)
tlon. He la of medium lidirht. but
the muscular tinadih of him easily
All an ai on hair and the ruddy glow of
hla akin tclla the atory of tha outdoor
Ufa, which runat Anierl' ms prach ami
moat KiiKllaiimrn preitlce. Aa a mutlrr
of fact, bealdea writing niivH. he Iiuh
long Bwrvr.l .18 volunti'i r .-oaaf guard In
hla native town of Whitby.
ENGLISH SUFFRAGETTES IN VIO
llaucvei. I had a queallo . for him.
"Do uii think the praSSnt hehalor
of the KiiKllah aufTragrtti'N ahnwi their
' "'"f aUll to be runtime.' and dumea-tlcity?"
"Hut there you r. I an entremely
intere.illnn point." cried tho author.
leaning forward and raising one tinker
In a qui k and charactertaUc gttur.
"A woman ia alwaya a Woman at heart.
Hut Jut now certain Knaliaha omen are
In violent reaction from tha mld-VIc-
0 Ik I
torlnn female l'lfty yenra ago thev
were painfully aiipprexxed and clrcum
' rllud, both by the Mate and by o
clety. The hypOOfltl and lyranny of
tka latter wna partlOUlarl) odlOUf In Ita
ffeets. Now, wllh the liexliinlnK "f
graatdf fretl'im and Independence. It la
only natural that thene ahould bo car
ried to extreme An in tin- Krem h llevo
lutlon, lliuftty la CODfttSSgj with license,
by the victim of ye.ira of oppreailon.
"With ATin ,u woman tb equ
ation la different. They came to
their Independenee earlier, and
that la why I have noticed among;
them a certain aaue auccaaa la
taking oara of thsinsslBSa which
my own countrywoman to a degree
lack. Sven tba manner of tba
American woman la tlnfad by tble
quiet and aaaurad oondenoe. One
can alwaya talk to her and And bar
reapaaa!. I could not mtlt Bach
B awiejilag Bbatemaat ftMa Xna
Hah woman. "
"1 do not t.So why any woman who
tiaa entered the economic field to de
velop a talent, whl h - le oy, ahoui'l
he BOaaanelad It end that dovelopme'i;
with ner iiianliuce. There could always
be an adiimtmetit. On the other hind.
I think there uin a ic'cut number of
women who httvu gi'ttu Into buatneaa
from the aheer, Mniile MOaBaity of
making u Ulng. It haa never entered
their lioadx that love and marrluge are
lower duties to be aooniod alid evaded.
The choice has not been offerod them.
When It la olTered the la nil queatlon
of the ,io. I'ptance. I bad an otllee In
London unco where I BfnplOj . a itrcut
numy young a'Ofawu. Dvtry ouo of
them w ne eatnlng etioiiKh to 11 VS on.
comfortably, bill I noticed that Iboy
often left to c. married
"ThS pity la that thny had to waltl
I ulinlt that the eatly imHUsX l
getting lean and lr. eofninnffh but thnt
Isn't the fnnlt of the women or of the
spirit of romnnce. It's bOOBBM of our
K i f ollnh Ideaa of the rout nf living.
THE SYMPATHETIC APPEAL OF
"Hut ennilng hick to the new-fashioned
pofnAn whom V..U gay 1p also -i i
f i ', hi d. do ii Bpprnvs of lo r mental
devalapmelltT" I askn.1
"Why not?" rtturnad Mr. Tracy
"I ' n I you think that meg like clever
"I think henutv wi n over brains
every time," I maintained.
"Ohi lint eonsldof the wman who Is
both beautiful and Witty!" i xelalmeil
Mr. Tracy. ' rlhc ha always a circle
of tnan arounrl lie- And shi 1 thw
tfite tve of the woman -it to-dwy. If
she fs clever enough to espress psrt or
her wisdom In tho appreciation of thnt
quality In others, she perhaps goes
furthest Hut then that .i no more
thnn hatUrAl. We nil like people who
are sytnpathetie and lauuf IllM our own
Well," 1 said finally, "If neither
brad winning nor brains tins Injured
our t'lmanttelam, what about tho dt
"Divorce in America s nothing but
i flu,' " hereupon remarked Mr. Clods,
; who had been listening io our discus
sion. "TOO know In Kngland 1 grippe,
or Inflnenxa, Is caller' lust 'flu.' It's s
spojsmo lb epidemic- nd so la divorce."
I "And I think the fondness Amsr
leaa woman have for dlroroa Is a
special slsn of their aanaa of ro
mance," added Mr. Tracy. "It abowa
that they feel that a lossless mar
riage I no marriage. Tst they are
not hardened Into cynics or they
would refnee to marry again.
"Thete .me pnrtliularlv silly ml-
1ike n certain BBS or people nre m ining
I noBSadaya." and Mr. Tracy bent forward
and ngnln riilisl an enifer, emphn'c
forefinger "The mistake l that some
prlmnl atriiBgle and aniaitonlsm exl ts
between men and women There Is
none! Kaeh belongs 10 the other, eaeh
Is neceasnrv to the other, each Is a part
of the same whole What biirtu one
hurts both, and both must advance to
gether. The relation la not even sup
plementary, hut i oniplementnrv. To sny
It another wny, men and women must
always love; tBarOfOTS they must always
And I earns awiy thinking thst the
most di htful thing alanit romance Is
Its dellnlleness The' p r realist, like
PontlUI I'M. ite. must e r he asking,
"What Is truth'"' The romnntb-lst has
hut to t his hand on his heart and
say "I know." a
OLD ST PETERS FNJOYS order of the MatM of Charity.
ULUol.rLILn j LIIJJIS In a li'-tor. al -ermon nl the mornlnr
A DOUBLE ANNIVERSARY.1 "" " -Mr UOSAtl told many other
. I anacdotea of the church's caresr. Th
. , , . pehool attached to 8t. I'eter'a ChtlPOh
UnurchS ( .Mnsccration ;in,t Slart d ,,,,,i;,te, the pmic achooi system of
g ,-v Year hv Utrr M.-f .cm ' nn ell by many years
1 The one hundred and twentv-'Ixth i-i-'nlversary
of the consecration of ft.
l'eter's Kornan Catholic Cbliroh In Flar
clay street and the completion of tha
Very rigs', Mgr. James II. MoOggaVl
thirtieth year m Its pastor WBTB cele
brated yesterday. Two large mgrega
Hons attended tho memorlnl m iss and
vespers nt whbh FdUlgg MeOgfJI was
assisted by tiie llevs. .Uni"' B, Noonan,
Joseph 1'. Dlneen mi l Dudley H. Tlcr
ney I Bt. Peter's was tha first Catholic
Phuroh In New Voik City, and haa come
now, through fho enrroai hlMBU of bus
iness properties, to have tho smallnet
numher of parishioners In the dloeesa.
When the cirrnoistone Was laid. In lift,
', there was no priest to take i uirge of
I the work, and laymen '-arrled 11 through.
1 Tho npanlsh Amlasaior, Don fldlwOQUl
waa In charge of Iheso GOfSmonlSS. and
at tha banquet which followed tleorge
; .i. i wan a guesi. many oiner
dlstlngulslied iiersons were Identified
with the church In Its early da s, among
them Blliabeth Hetoii, who founded the
Pain in Joints
Don't wait, put on an
A I 'cock's Plaster and
see how soon you are
relieved. They have
cured millions-will cure
you. None like them.
William C. Freeman
1 mini-id New tpapcr Man
"One bottle of
in my home
is worth a
thousand in the
There's a unique, ailnptihility nhout
Vernas Lotion. It cleans a pn erves
the teeth, strengthens the umus ami
fiuriftca the breath. Uoctort prcsi-r lie
t for (ore throats. Smokers say H
relieves throat Irritation like muitic.
And ns a general nntiteptic It should
bo used in every home. '
Buy VERNAS to-day.
New York's Only fe
r 1- f Claa -S6L
vji cat vvcicucti uaic
1 Thousands of overcoats already sold thousands
more far under priei- for you to select from.
The number of models and extensive range of
patterns will exceed your expectations. All the new
models radians, box coats, belted eoats, convertible
collar coats, single anddouble breasted coats, in kerseys,
vicunas, meltons, chevitts, cassimeres, velours, etc",
Fur and lur-liiu l ( Overcoats, Kead below the values
and the prices, then a II and see them. All the over
coats from our wholesale department now in stock.
265 Broadway I 841 Lu aoway i lib W. 42d Street J 125th Street
Near Cauber Btfgat I r. 131 b Street I iear Broadway I Near Sd Ave.
jHARLtM AND 42D STREET STORKS OPEN EVENNGS
Lord & Taylor.
Tomorrow, Tuesday, We Will Off Of
A Large Assortment of
IV omen s Handsome Dresses
at Greatly Reduced Prices
(Including copies l the later ftirei-fii ino(iels),
in Channelise, Meteors, Chiffons and Velvets
$4. 50, $745 9 $,9.50
Former prices $7.5.00 to (175.00.
Embroidered Waist 'Patterns
for Holiday Gifts
White Embroidered Batiste, also white embroid
ered in colors.
ofs 6$ Value $4.30.
Wiiite Unnd Embroidered Batiste and Voile,
$3-75 $5-75 9 $6.95
Values $4.05 to !,9.00.
Sale of Umbrellas
An Opportunity to Secure Useful
Holiday (lifts at Less than Usual Prices.
Mens Sf IVomen's Silk Umbrellas
Various stylt's of handles, natural, fill. in and L t j
curvet! mission WOOdaV 'P JO
IVomen's Silk Umbrellas
Colored or black, plain or fancy handle.
Men's & Women's Silk Umhrellas
Of natural wood, mission, fancy triiiunrd, L to n"
born and sterling til vorcapa- I JO
Men 's flgf Women 's Silk Umbrellas 1
In a lar.'c variety of bsndleii plnin and $3,9d
On Tuesday and Wednesday,
Sale of Velour Portieres
Best Quality French Goods.
Deep Heavy Pile.
Double laced. Finished Edges,
A variety f Rich Jolor Blendinas.
. a. I a lai' !'
Id Styles IO select litiin. rer I'air
Latest Novelties in Great Variety.
$00 'Boxes at Special Prices
1 faiulkereliiei and il e Boxes Value ., al 'tv
Hair Pin Boxes " Sdc, " 96c
llurnlastad snd Sculptured Leather Novelties, Tabls
Scurfs Cuihioof and Topa, Tsblf Covers and
.Mats, Telephono and hlagssinc Cover', Disk Set.'', etc.,
(Of hOi 'lay Kilts.
Befrinnini; Today More Than a Month Ahead of Time
the First Authentic Showing of
Foulard Silk Fashions
for Spring', 1912
Patterns Absolutely Different Unique Charming Beyond Words
Main floor. Old Huildint;.
MAKERS OF WOMEN'S S.U1TS generally overestimated the demand this
season. With Christmas in sight, it is time to turn these over
stocks into money. Thousands of suits have been offered us so
that we cculd resell them at wholesale cost and less.
Some of these we shall present tomorrow.
Wonderful Suits at $10.75
One group is of very fine shadow-stripe broadcloth in rich dark
colorings, the ccat with collar and very broad revcrs of velvet.
Very dressy suits of fine cheviot have tiie same broad velvet
revert, but fasten with ornate silk frogs instead of buUons.
Plain tailored suits are of fancy material in pencil stripes of
white on black and colors; others of fine basket-weave cheviot?,
English tweeds and sturdy serges.
All are tailored in a high-class way an 1 ;ine with guaranteed satin. The firm
who makes them never expected to see any of its fine product sold for as little
a price as $10.75. For any of these suits, $18 would be a fair price. And many
are of good $25 grade.
We can fit all who come tomorrow in these suits. obray floor, oid Building.
Five Thousand Christmas Suggestions in These 5,000 Pieces of
Parisian Jewelry at 25c Each
Jewelry for which one would expect to pay 75c to $2.
Samples and surplu ; stocks turned in to us by importers who are ready to
sail to select next season's novelties.
La Valliercs, with artistic pendants on slender chains.
Gold-filled and jew el-tet frill pins. Ktre is one set with a number of facsimile
'Sapphire, each of Which . ould test 75c to cut in this country.
Collar pins, scarf pir.t and V elt pins sen e with colored enamel.
Gold-fi'led and sterling silver cuff links strcrg enough even for boys' use.
Sets of studs, r-iarl or gold-filled with patent backs.
Crosses of plain f illed-gold. Hat pins with individual pearl heads.
Trinkets that will be appreciated by many who are on your Christmas list.
Enough for two days' "e!'lrg,we believe, but, of course, early choosing will be best.
All at One price 2bC Subway Boor, Old Building,
Special Display and Sale of
The Wanamaker Store had the honor of introducing this new, chic, time
saving blouse to New York.
By means of a special purchase of silks, the manufacturer has suc
ceeded In producing eight styles to sell at tiJ.au, m.75, $5 and 53.85
Tomorrow these will be presented in the Wanamaker
Store and there will be some one to show how easily they
are put on and fastened. Two styles at $13.50 are revers
ible; very smart and distinguished. One of black satin
is lined with black and white striped satin, anothei of
black with plain green, blue or gold on the inner side.
Two styles at $6.75 of striped silk with a wide revers
on one side or with a round collar edged with imitation
At $5 three styles of checked, brocaded or plain silk.
At $3.85 a fancy silk in various colors.
The tie-on blouse marks a step forward in the origin-
ahty of American designed garments. It has no buttons, vs
no hooks and eves, it stays in place and is so clever thatV
a patent has been granted il by the U. S. Government.
We think every woman will want to sec what it is like.
Third floor. Old Building.
Ml J1 fiM
Formerly A. T. Stewart & Co., Broadway, Fourth Avenue, Eighth to Tenth Street
now frG funs at the bqoadvay
Broadway & 20th St.; 5th Ave.; 19th St.