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N 'S SCHOOLS AND
Always Most Intensely National City of Ireland,
Her Teachers and Clergy Work to Encour
age Industrial Development.
This to Ua iUtt of th vita
WatM to give rta bsjssSbsTS
too at th aseaMsrsUd tele. grooeee
BY MARY SYSON,
Special CommUiioner to Ireland for the Gaelic League of
LIOO, Ireland. Aug. 1 There it no city in Ireland to-day an plo
Mr ana aa Bllgo, but tba reason for Ita ptrtiir"n,uness in not altogether
the oaa that baa attracted to It for yean the nntlqimrlatis of Kurope, who
cosjs hare aa they go to Aurar. In seair-h of tho prehistoric remalDB of
which Sir Harauel Ferguson wrote wllh exactitude and teal.
Tha calrna of Queen Maeve and of tbe morn mythical giant, located
around Lough QUI, atlll attract partlca or spectacled men. carrying atone
hammer: but It li Sllgo of the atreata and of thn echoole that preaente
(at of tha moat tnteraatlng epactaelee In the Renalaaancn of the Irlih
nation, presenting aa It doea vivid phaaea of the rebuilding of a country
on the altn of bar anctent rulna and
on a national conactouanoaa.
magnificently altuated where
the meuntala jut out Into th end
ag th finest harbor on th wet
of Ireland, although on that I
new unfortunately employed In tha un
loading of Import rathr than the load
ing of exports, ha alway bean uti of
the moot Intensely national oitla of ire-
Th monument la th sajuars to
aero of '(" atand to th Irleh
that baa kept ebvs throughout
county, deaplt the terror of th
from which SUo waa a fearful
and of th rarti.rent day whan
tk gtlgn landlord wore notorious of
feadaia Evan to-day In Hllgo one leel
tbe latenelty of national feallng more
atroagly thaa In any other Irleh city.
but night there waa a Unionist
Haling In on of th hall aar th
riCaa f tho old Hllgo Abbey. Th
masting waa not largely attended, al
at !aat two hundred men had
gown on th vning train from
town, la Ulster to tha promised
auatlon. Tha gathering itaati
mora heated as th avanlng pro-
altheugh there waa not a dle
volce raieed. A t. w men In
tba rear of th hall wr arpar.aur
t of sympathy with tb speekere. as
the took not. and apparently a count
tha assemblage. MM le perfrrvld
oratory of the Untenlst pakcr failed
o aroua thani to commaul of any aort.
OftOWN gtQAN TO BAIT THI
Aa th meeting dpered. however,
the Ofvwd In th tret below began
to halt the ap.akara and tb visitor
to Sllgo- Tha i. .M ;i waa gooU-tiA-tured
until one of the etrangars grew
ugly umVr It ah oBcred to nrht any
one wlio would me him. In an In -
thr were a hundred oners.
he ohoee to Ignor. Th crow-d
gat Mm go, entering and cat-calling
after him, until the gathering outfid
n... . miI.Iiai NAttmiallat u . I h-
Orlag. where the threat uf what would
Saaaaa tha I'laier men aho.ml Hiiim1,
stale fall to pass grew Into menace.
The climax of the imp.oniptu meeltllg
saxes when a big man traped up to the
nt I ha ,,M AhhMv .Mm nil. Tti.r.
la tbe gray twilight wlic-it the lla-iit of "'shop t lancy t about making over
a bondre tiered end nickrd over th..'!h educational extern f ),la dloca..
y packed crowd at men and j trtl CVX oil
women he stood, a heron.' iujui In k Mc In the schools of Hllgo wax none
hsrete anting Had h poken In Kng- tin- leaa difficult because OaeU hail
tlah. bis words might nave Souadsg ' virtually remained In It purest form
commonplac enough. Bui he save
greeting In Irleh "Uod Mesa all here
this svsnlng," a woman translated far
me. and In Irian tha crowd gave back
hit greeting, "Wish, Ood and Maty
tils words, rushing slong Ilk tha
mountain torrema uf tHlgo, had all th
frethnass of a languaga not tou long
her reportsd. They had vbjor, snd for -e,
and a certain alaahlng awing of thlr
ewo. end tbea who did not undrratand
might cstcb mut'ii uf hla meaning rro.it
bis InOaction and hi gesture aa well
as from tha emotions that b alojyjd
In hie haarera
Afterward, while he atrmd on tha
wall, telklng to the enen who preaaed
close to speak wltb him on aom. plan
H mmaam to . Wy .
luecsss for tb neat Unlonl.t meeting
the woman wo had translated the
phrase gave the conUxt of Ml speech.
M r inac m ear e gone Dy wnQ "i in rrnicumea ncsuntr d In tho
Ireland has to wait for ths dole," Oho I w,r ,or ,h hUpeOTOtaoal of Irl.h edu
deolarsd, hsr own face lighting with ! I,0" r,)r tni year pf prralatanoe
lh glow of eotbuslaem caught from Dm ifSHS. iVSSS r"fU". ' V" ,,n
a a a. .. t . . I QttirM to afuri every shaUista lint h
ru sp-lr. "Ireland U . nation oy,r,w.ri n.Any knnw'ee thi
In grace of dod. and It la in ouroelves the Nagonsl flchool of Hllgo hav. a
lo make her a nation to the wurli. greater cop In tohlng than most
fits Isn't the ags of battlee. be say of the schools of Irslandi although they
U 'twas back lo Ninety-eight -may ttvi are far from the atandard desired by
Lord havs merry on them who died
then- but an age of work and deter
mination and pareeverance.
ALL TO STAND TOGETHER IN
"And ws'ro all U otaod together In
trys epeeklog of Irish, for 'tis the fnr
feiaiag of tbs Irish that has made Ire
land more English than gontiand to
fay. And 'tis true for html"
"Who I nr'
"Johnnie Kerochaa. Ho llvee In the
liouoe behind you." It was one of the
kid heusee la the old row, a bit of the
slums Rut Johnnie Kerochan, up on
Ike Abbey wall, had ahown greater gift
Ibai. iuu who dwell Ut castles, the gifts
tf aloqueaoe and of lesdsrehlp. For the
trowd had taken hie tuunsal end let hie
words sink Into their tisarts ore they
lifted htm down, from the wall.
eVftsrward. aft.r visiting lbs aeb.V
1 VZlll! I
OF HER SPEECH
of arttci arranged for br Tho
tb fall kcnwiedg of making
which te prodaolng tr aurdlnerr
meretnre of thst country.
by menus of a national awakening
and thi aaiiagag and m nmn or tie,
I rlxrd how typical of th spirit of
""go wss that meeting. Th. nark bark
ground, ha ..pp,mtion. th. Engri.h ele
ment, all wvn to bring Into relief tha
high enthusiasm of Ireland and Irl.h
thst Is Sllgn a to-duy.
mio has .tru.ru th. hl(h note of th.
MM Hevlval. A psychologist mich,
And that th. old aairM of the hero.,
hid made ti,o older history of Ireland,
th. dm. al her splendid triumphs, m
real to h.r scholsr tba t thy had ro
Invested Krln wtb th spirit of h.r
conquest,, r.naln It I. that th
Uacher of 8li. hv. revived th old
Ir1h spirit by means uf th language
The credit for the. Hugo iplrlt mii.t
JI K to th. Hllo clergy, and Lhlef
smong ihinl. lo i:iav flancy, th
lVrd Dl.hop of El:.lnn, who may 1
gone (a bja roward bfor th
word, conio i-'o prist r- n . dy
ing in hi. palaea on th emw at th
hill across from the splendid ccliedrsl.
man not old in yar. out tM in IM
experience of a I f ..v-nt In lh irrt
of hi ga, The rejict jf ihna, ,vh,
hv,. aaowa rtioi Lrt i thai u may
not see the crowning of th greul work
I hat he baa a n npl'shesi. Ym HNhnp
Tuncy haa bean the heart a il soul of
,n "'" ln el In the irlnh Kenalisanr
ISMOP JOINED FORCES WITH
lie found Kllgo a county devastated
by Poverty, by rmlKratlun, by Industrial
dcpieaalon, by Ignuranc. of any meana
Jf sliewatlng evil condlllona. Ha atudltd
the existing condition carefully, and
then h eougnt Hie remedy, ill seek
ing In ought him In aaaaah win. n.. -
'T " """" -gue. juat alerting ,n
! "uh"n' W" b i.det of that move-
i itiitnl k , i ...... . l . . . .
" "aa io remcay lay in
i w i i wm awwanat conumun and n
fh reatoratlon of Irlali - nationality
througli lbs nitrdluin of tn. (tawllv lan
guage. Probably n-.tiun cuauTw ,
n.f.,.., . i 1 . I i . ....
'r,!h' !,1,n n "' '"en t
""en.- oniy aa
language movement, for hi work hud
urn among men, mlnlaterlng to t!i"lr
With the realisation that .duration
H the Oil 1 V f,. ..!. I. . , , . ....... -.
In that pro ft DOn
suai mar hill CoUaga, which has be
come one of the flneat OdUOatlenal In
stltutlons In Ireland for the training of
boys, has marked the change In Ire
land from thoae ttmea. Tn-day it Ig
an inatltutlnn whnee atandard la proven
by the fact that It numbere among Ita
Instiuctora Hadraltt t I'Liomhnsllaln. th.
bt language teacher In Ktiropr, and
the Hev Th ma tyKellay, the young
prleat who has written grand opera In
Irlali and whve work la declared In
Ireland to lie the true Inspiration of
i-roi. raraer a oper.t "Mona " The
iiurcito. ..r Katlier O'Kellev. operni
rsvssl uultr as high a aoitto quality
as Brian Hookers snd th mualral
world of tendon b taken keen in
tereat In hla work.
Th. technical acl-ool whl.h nnetmted
by the National B. ar,! ,i order t arrSv,
at the aUndurd of Hoailtnoa It hse now
! reached. The struggle bag been tvplcal
"" Beaap arm ni saaoclstes
TENOR CAME FROM SCHOOL IN
One of th reeult of Rrhop ('lancy'i
Interest, snd a vary Important one for
the duel! League, was hla loan lo ths
League of on at tis youag priests, of
his dlocase. Father Mlcheel O' Flanagan,
who Is run Amtrlcan envoy of tho or
aanlsstlou. Father o'Flanaaan wxs lit
charge of the school In Sllgo where
John MeCorfASOhi th. famous n;
ram Into his first fame, for It was there
that he was lifted to th table to
for the Ixrd Blahop of Klphln. ant
where he he ang himself Into the
good grscee of the Dublin snrty that
aided In hli muslaal education.
Mcf.,rmck's gift, hardly nolle j t
first n a county where nearly all th
children are gifted with wonderful
voices of rare wetn uf lone, grww
under the encouragement of the ayatem
tit rnmtetlti.,iB utl.U.i.l .... - - .
u, so Ikaifj. .lon, .tasvi.
THE EVENING WORLD, SATURDAY, AUGUST
LttCg Makers and
0ne Remit 0f
to-day as a proof uf what thn children
of Ireland will be nhln to accomplish
under the new system of education that
gives them thn flrat chance they have
bad In cenlurlea. Hut If th art of Mc
Cormach has advertised the taVMit In
nate In Ireland, the work of hla teacher
baa dun tag tritely more for Ireland It
self. Tather o'Hiinngan, who waa nno of
Ih first men In the Irlah revival to
raasllxe the Importance of Industrial de
velopment. MHrtiKl a campaign for th
encouragement of Irish lauc-maklng In
the HIIo district.
Her In flats where Father O I'loni
gan niliulHm ha had It reward In
Die Concrete prosperity or hundreds .,:
homes where Industry ties been eM.th
llahed In the form of collage craft, vhe
Irleh itevlval I not only one of aplrlt
but of auhnlance. For th money that
accrue flWI the sale of the work of
loonia and hMS franit go toward th
education of tne younger children of the
And with the priests of ftiimmrrhill
end of the other schools nf Sllgo fight
ing to make that education aome hlng of
true value, th Irish Revival la lighting
the Hrea of the hllla for all Ireland to
and to follow.
Treatment of Mentally Defi
cient Children by Elec
tricity Called Silly.
There 1s a slorm of protest In medical
circles against ths proposal of the Hoard
of Kducntlon to equip a room at an ex
pense of eUa1 of the I Ity's inonwy for
the tfen'ment Of 01 SO tally deficient chil
dren by eleeirlcils . lr. U, H Humph
ries, neurolnxlst for the Msinhatt.in state
Hnprkl and Vamlertillt OttnlS, who haa
made it life study of the siiliiect. de
clared to-day that the proposition was
en nsslnine op and uould limply be a
waste of the city's funds.
Many other prominent neurologists
hare the same view, It Is said, as Hi
Humphries, nnd it la prohahle a meettnr
will he called at an earlv date to enter
a formul protest against the propnaed
action of the Hoard ..f Kdueatloii Held
"Tne people's Interest In the suhject
nf mentally deficient children sectna lo
have been aroused In the last year or
so through the eftoi I of snino plivslclana
who have been applying themaelvea
specially to tho subject Ullt It must
not PS thought that these dOfSOtlvs Chill
dren have not 0000 the UbJao Of un-
aarg and study by physlotaaa, utgis.
letors and toasberl for ages Tho Board
of Kdinatlon Is tj b eonipllniented on
Its slforla to specially Instru t three
children and to aufeguard them, both
for their own honofll and tin- aell beltiif
of the norntal ohJIdren from whom they
havs been separated. Hut the hoard
shows extremely pimr Judgment In nt
tempting IherapOUtlC measur n ita
own rponlblllty The Idea of having
itimi defective children In a ronni aur
ruunded by llO.onu north of electricity,
and others In a room not en surrounded
for the purOOO of noting the nvsntsj
condition nf each act nt the end of a
stated period, la absolutely liy. It
how an utter lack of understand Ina
of tha subject.
"Tlira I no nistbod of oiupuriaon
In sll our scientific experimentation mm
have what ITI term control, with
which out' results are compared Here
howfver, there ' n"nr There mu; of
nscsslty h- a digrri if th ohlMrsn
are lo it in ilffsrent rooms. Sum.' are
bound to Improv morn than others.
Th agy ahuuld long have pained s hen
electricity te thnuiriht tu have inai velluus
Basa. lb -atatl
I aVV VriTal aM bfti gsaeat
QHUUHK. IggaaW L' attkaU isW a ttlaM
I R I 5H l - rw, a. M , BBBWaaBaalat"jnw
r? ' IM COOKING RfSP-tl
BCNADA, AQ8EY leaF&itltS ka
. . ixjfT. j-2jrre- ,
A PROPOSITION OF
Members of Cookina Class
tne Movement for a New Ireland
"JUST LIKE J
10 OPEN THE NEW
I Bessie Abott Makes Her Light
Opera Debut in "Robin
Hood" Monday Night.
ANKW playhouse. W. A. Hrady's
Korty-elghth Street Theatre, will
h opened on Monday night with
a farce hy fleorire Rroadhurst and Mark
HWiui called "Just l.lke John." The play
has for Its scene it seaside hotel, where
a secret service man is striving to break
up a circle of anarchists. A member of
this group is a fiery young woman who
falls In love with the sleuth, believing
him to h an anarchist. This brings
about an embarrass. tig situation for the
reason that hu has a wife whose friends
call her attention to John's entaiiKle
ment. Aiming others In the oust will he
Walter Jones, Wilfred Clarke, Wallace
Wotsley, Iouls Maaseii, Helen l.a kaye.
Florin Arnold, Lola May and Helen
Mrsal Ahott, the American prima
donna who won liar luurel at the l'arls
opera llouu, will appear with th De
Ivoven Oaara Company a Mold Marian
when "Holdn Hood" Is brought to th
Knickerbocker Theatre on Monday night.
This ll be Mlas Ahott' first appear
ance here In light opera, other new
comer will be Ktliel Kaeatner, a young
American oprano who has been singing
at La Scale, -Milan: Herbert YYat.rous.
basso from tho Metropolitan who will
be the Will Scarlet, and Aubrey Yates
In the part of stir Guy. The remaining
roles will bo sung by thoe who figured
In the recant revival g the New At;itr
"OITkei Uos. ' with the original caat
except for Douglas Kalrbank. who re
Plaoci Wallace txldingar, will on Mon
day evening resume Its run at thv (ialety
At the. Manhattan Opera House the
stock company will give "Th Suuaw
The Lion and the Mouse" will be
the offering of I'orse I'loton's atock
company at the Weal Knd Thestrs.
The Columbia Theatre reopen on
Monday afternoon with "The Oolden
Harry rlastlnga'i nig show win b
seen at the Otymplo, bogtnnlng to-nlxht.
The J'aui J. Kalnoy African Hunt l'lc
tures are 10 be taken to Joe Wehrr's
Theatre to-inoriow vniiig and will l
shown there ndennltely.
At H.iminersteln's Roof Qsraan and
Victoria Theatre will as Alda Overton
W alker In ' Salome," Houdwll, ths Hand
cuff Klngl Hon, the talking dog,
Visions d'Art," Marshall Montgomery!
Vntl'ltolUlSti and other ffatufas,
Ameni 1 1 - entsrlullier, at th Madl
fnn OgUare Hoof llarden' will be Kdnl
Fins, The Ducheas af Dubtlni" in irih
songs, and Margui rlte Hernard, a "baby
The Mil at the Awsrltap, Thaatr will
: Inrlud lha Hon Air Trio, the Fullea
Bergere Trio, Chiulea Dueblsy and com
piny, John SVrf, and "A Night In th
Mltiuis of Paris."
Pro tor', rifth Avenue
have t'yr'l ("hadwlck In
Malcntn Scott, inono'nxisl
"My Krror. "
;: Girga tri.
st In ICR IS, Rii'ty Norton and 'titintr
Lee. the 1'rlmros lour and other
1'iiatures at tli Twenty-third htreet
TboVr 1!1 be Thomas Hyr In " The
In ian." Agnes .-'cott in Wail
BetWSOtti" and Hrunelle and Petri a In
"TlM Manicure i . isie 1 xUo UU1 al tag
cross A.-r -r-tM Pi.es.
Fifty-Eighth street Theatre will Include
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Thorne In "An
Uptown Flat," Pewttt, the mysterious
mechanical head, and Lew FltzRlhbona.
xylophonlst. New akctchrs at the One
Hundred and Twenty-fifth Street The
stre will be "A Million Hollar Wife."
presented hy Joseph t'onyer snd 'The
rbopbOtrUil Hank Robbery."
On the bill at Keith's l'nlon Square
Theatre will be Ida ..rook Hunt and
Cherldah Hlmpson In aongs, Jesslts Bus
ley In "Miss SIS," Olive Briscoe, a singer
from the West, nnd Felix Adler with
PARKS AND BEACHES.
At the New Brighton Theatre, Brigh
ton Beach, will be Louise Gunning, tha
.-.mile opera prima donna; Tim Mc
Mahon nnd Edith OhgnpOtla In "At the
Railway Station," Pat Hooney and
Marlon Bent In "At the Newsstand.''
and Ltda MuMlllan in "The Lair Mr.
Henderson' Mulc Hall, Coney Islend.
will offer Tempoet and Sunshine. Maude
Hall Macy In "The tlray of the Dawn,'"
Trovato, viollnlet; Morrie and Allen,
Walter S. Dickinson and others.
At Luna Park the automobile relay
races In the Motordrome will take place
every Saturday and Sunday for ths re
mainder of tho season.
Newcomera at Pallaadea Amusement
Park will Include the Three Bennett Sis
ters In an athletic novelty, Ward and
ailfoil, comedians, aud Harry Sauber,
The Steeplechaae Park honses, one of
the pioneer attractlona of this Ooney
Island resort, is proving mure popular
than ever alnce It bas been enlarged
The stock markst displayed strong
rising power to-day nfter overcoming
Irregularity at the start. A number of
festurea opened fractionally lower, but
an Influx of buytng orders soon had the
list pointing upward. Reading, Un on
and Northern Pacific, Steel and St. Paul
wore in good demand, v.lih gxln of
obout 1 point. Consolidated Uas con
tinued Its advance of the last several
days with a further jalii to 118 l-l.
Pr Yea held strong l,i hg subsequent
The upturn increased In vigor during
the final hour, closing gsjog being
around th highest of t;ie da..". The
market oa-ed Its strong appearance to
further sttoourssflng imp wig from th
crop country Stocks like St. Paul,
l'nlon PaVlflo and th H II shares re
flected tae Improved crop oondll ons with
large slsed advances.
Tli statement of tho Bieel corpora
tion for July showed an Increased busi
ness of IM.W tons for the month,
The t'loeltia Price.
Te day's htfhest. Uiisest
mk. suit of utt I'Muisi
and last rines nf
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FOR GIRLS WHO
DRESS IN STYLE
Loud Warning Voiced by H.
h'dwin Lewis, Editor and
THE CASE OF SCHWARTZ.
LVCry SUggeSIIVely Attired
Girl in Peril of Ruin
To Mi chortu of clergymen, civic re-
formers snd city msftstrstoo. condemn
Ing in no measured terme the !mmodt
dress of the modern women, haa been
added a new vo'.-e that of the physl
dsn. In the current number of Ameri
can Medlolne. Dr. H. Edwin Lewis,
managing editor of that periodica), dle
cusses o hitherto unemphaslsed danger
In 'present-day fashions
"The lengths to srtilch many young
snd Imprudent females havs gone. In
the effort to be up-to-date and chic, are
dangeroue In the extreme, declares the
doctor. "And this is not alone because
of the constant invitation to Improper
advanree from the wolves In men's
dlothlng who srs svtr seeking their
prey, but sleo be.ause of the possibility
of Inducing crimes by degenerates. Ws
and svery other experienced physician
know thst the risque styles of ths
present dsy have a psychological beat
ing on a good msny susceptible men
CASE OF SCHWARTZ CITED AS
"Only a few days sfter 1 wrote my
edltonsl." Dr. Lewi xp.a!nU, "It re
ceived Strang confirmation right her
In New York. Do you remember on of
the last message of that degenerate.
Schwarts, who killed little Julia Con
nors? it wrote that he had been driven
craxy by the beautiful makeup of
women. In his untrained way he was
undoubtedly trying to explain tbe effect
on hlmielf of the euggestlv costumas
worn hy so msny New York girls.
"Happily most men sre dominated by
Innate decency and the respect thsy
feel for womankind. From such our
daughters, sisters snd wive havs little
to (ear, no matter bo they dress. But
experience knov only too well the fire I
lr I nil ' t-, i v the n: n t ! rm mm nf tintmue
voltiptuou femaie. t her Is no doubt hour's diversion with It at faro In one
that immodest dress Is responsible for of the fortlaed art galleries. It would
many a young gin's downfsll and ruin, furnish an education to an ambitious
"It's all very well to quote "to the oo. i am told that a genuine Corot
pure all tlungs are pure." But we have was secured for that amount In sn
to fsce the fact thai there are punty auction room yesterday. You could mora
of Impure mind In the world and not ' to a New Hampshire town and live
the pleasant delusion that everybody Is respectsbly two years on it. You couid
endowed with childlike Innocence. Just rent Madison Sq tare Harden for one
aa a man puts locks on his doors he- evening with It. snd lecture your au 11
caus thieves exist, a woman should en-. If von should have one, on the
put limits on her choice of drees or un- ; prscsrlousnsss of ths profession of btlr
dress because there are those who i presumptive."
are sure to lake advantage of her It "People might Ilk you. Old Bryson,"
she doesn't. ' said Ctllllan, always unruffled, "If you
"Personslly. I don't see how pure ' wouldn't morallss. I asked you to tell
and modest women can adopt faehlone : me whet I could do with a thoueand
that suggest sjonolustona concerning ' dollars.'
their morals au at variance to their "You?" said Bryson, with a gentle
rea. character. I don't believe moot of -laugh. "Why. Bobby Clllllan, there
these women fully understand the sf- only one logical thing you could do.
feet they produce. I am old-fashioned You can go buy Mis Ixlta l.a irler s
- ... ..... . . , i -n with the monev. sno
riiiiiHii in in. is mm most women are
good; in fad, that they are a peg high.
,r than men. And I feel aurn that they
n-lll refuse to wear extreme and Im
modest stylea, once they fully realias
the conatructioti placed on their bravado
or Imprudence or plain Ignorance by
mankind in general.
"A certain class of femininity will
slways go to th extremes of Immod
esty and indscency; It is a psrt of thelr
atock tn trade. The rocottes of Paris
will doubtleas continue to flaunt now
and shameless designs at .ace-courses
or along the boulsvards. But Why
should our nice, modest little American
girls follow In their train?"
Then you don't agree that the aver
age man likes to ye a woman wearing
AVERAGE MAN DISGUSTED WITH
"I do not!" Dr. laSwlS asleveratsdJ
with emphasis. " I think thi sveraie
men Is disgusted and dlslusrtened hy
the re.ien!. startling changes In the
dress Of wornec I know I never came
to a full realisation of the pravalent
abominations until one day :st spring
when 1 had to meet a frlsnd at Forty
IgOgnd street and liroadway. It was
Just after doling time for the big
ahops, and 1 saw a perfect ivalanch
of the alrl employees. Kven little girls
of thirteen or fourteen were dressed In
a way that was ccanda'ouj. Apparently
none of tliem wore any pettloests, snd
thslr short, narrow outside skirts snd
tightly drawn bodloe outlined every
curve of hip and torso In ths most
reckless fsshloti. Alao ihey Wers pslntesj
aa If they had just stepped from behind
"I know women never usd to dree
like that! I know plenty of women my
wife I one who to-dsj would never
dresm of putilng on such clothes. It's
not that I am opposed to women's wear
Ing pretty thiogs I don't go In for
bloomers or oven the bfto of corsets.
I think the white, light, frilly garments,
thn ribbons snd fsathsr and ruchlngs,
which women have worn for cehturle,
are abeolutrly charming. It la th un
due revelation of the figure. th accent
uation of sex characteristic", to which
"There Is so much that Is sentlbls In
modsrn dree." concluded Dr. Lewis
"Th reaonally short walking skirt,
th looser corset, th abolition of
th I Igh faUSTi or sll ekcellsht tea
lures It teems too bsd that ths gsn
eral effect must be condemned be
cause of ths unseemly exaggerations
and distortion copld from the deml
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Une rhoiASand Dollars
The Story of a Rich-Poor Man, a Poor-Rich Girl,
and a Fortune That Wouldn't Stay
Where It Waa Put.
(Ttu t the $imth of a serts of 0. Henrtft bett thort toret. One of
thti $tofie will be printed edch Baturdcy thoughovt the tummer.)
(Conrrlfat. ISO by
M thoussnd dollars." repsstsd
"and here Is ths money '
Young Gillian govs a decidedly amused laugh aa he finiercd th
thin package of new flfty-doller notes.
"Ifs sufth a confoundedly awkward amount." he explained.
genfblly, to the lawyer. "If It had been
with a lot of fireworks snd do himself
been leas trouble."
"Toil heard the .deA!n nt wmtr unci'
; f""nally dry In hi tones. I do not
.....i,- 4 uiuei rtmino you ui ware, ion are required to lender lo ua an account
of th. manner of expenditure of this SLO00 ss soon ss you have fllaaPlll of It.
Ths will stipulates that. I truet that you will eo far comply with the 1st ilr.
row may depend upon It." said ths
extra expose It will entail. I may have
to engage a secretary. I wee never good
Gillian want to hts club. There he
hunted out one whom he called Old
"Old Hryaon. wske up," said Ollllan.
"I'vs a furny story to tell you."
"I wish you would tsll It to soms on
In the billiard room," ld Old Bryson.
"You know how I hats your storlea"
"This Is a batter one then usual, "
ssld Gillian, rolling a cigarette: "and
I'm going to tsll It to you. It's too ssd
snd funny to go with the rattling of
billiard balls. I'vs Just come from my
late uncle's firm of lsgsl corsairs. II
Isaves me sn even thoussnd dollars.
Now, whst csn a man poslbly do with
a thousand dollars'"
'1 thought." ssld Old Bryson. showing
ss much Interest ss a bee shows In s
vlnsgsr cruet, "thst ths late Septimus
Gillian was worth something llks half
"He was," ssssnted GilMsn. Joyously,
"and that's where the Joke comes In."
"Any other heirs?" asked Old Bry
eon. "None." Gllllsn frowned st his cigar
ette and kicked the upholstered leather
of s divan uneasily, "There Is a Mils
Hsyden, a ward of my uncle, who lived
In his house. She's a uulst thing musi
cs! the daughter of somebody who was
unlucky snough to bs his friend."
Old Bryson rubbsd his glasses snd
"A thousand dollars," h ss d, " means
much or little. One msn may buy a
happy horn with It and laugh at Rock
efeller. Another could lend his wife
South with it and ssvs her life. A
thousand dollars would buy pure milk
: for n. hundred hahlu durlna? June.
i J-" and August and sav. fifty of their
lives. You could count upon a half
aiansonu bssissi - -- - - - - ,
I then tsks yourself off to Idsho and Ifr
fllct yo ir presence upon g rgSOb. )
adviss a sheep rancii,
particular dislike for sheev "
Ollllan phooed for a cab and said to
the driver: "The stsgs entrance of th'
Mlse lyctta Laur'ere was assisting
nsture with a powdsr puff, almost
ready for her call at a crowded mat
ins, whsn lier dresser mentioned the
"'Ee,0,. S. SNL T,.ur.re. "Now,
what la It. BobbyT I'm going on In two
mrnutoo " ,. I
rtubblt-ront vour right ear a lltti.
suggootod Ullllan. critically. "That's
better. It won t take two minutes far
mc What do you aay to a llttla thing
I nandsni 1 1 II . 1 i pari Btaii'i lll
1 clphets with s figure one In froot uf
'm." . ...
"oh. J l,t W you ' """
iJiurtsrs. "My rlgnt glove, Aoama. sa,
Hobhv. did ou st that necaiaes ueii
Htscry had on the other night .' Twenty-two
hundred dollars It cost at Tif
fany's. But, of courss pull my sash a
little to th lft. Adsms."
"Miss I an: -ere for th opening
chorus!" crlsrt th call boy wltl.oJt.
Ollllan strolled out to wh.r. hla '
" I forgot something," i said. "Y '.
may drive to tho law orn- s of Tolma
ti Sharp, nt Broadwsy."
I.swyer Tolman looked at him hostile:,
and Inquiringly through his guld-rlmniso
"I bag your pardon," isld Ulliia i
cheerfully, "but may 1 ask you s quea
tlon? It la not as Impertinent one, I
hop. Was Miss Hsyden loft snythln
by my uncle's will besides a sesl rlnq
and the $10?"
"Nothing," st'd Mr. Tolman.
"I thank you very much, sir," ssld
Otliian. and out he went to his coo. II
gave the driver the addr of hi la t
uncle s home.
Miss Hayden was writing letters le
the library She was small in I slender
snd ciothsd in tcs k Bui you mull
hsvs noticed her eyss. (MM, drifted
In with his air of regarding ths world
"l'v Just com from old Tolinar.'s.
hs ex plaice,! "They've ben golni;
over th papr down there. ThOJ
found a" Ollllan searched III mem
ory for n legnl term "they found i
amendment or n postecrlpt or axime
thing to tha will. It emd that th.
old bov looaened up a little on nerono
thought and willed you a thogsani
dollars. I was driving up thl wnt
snd Tolman asksd ra to bring pen
th money. Here It Is. Youd belt
count It to eoo If It's right." Otiliai
laid tha money beside her hand on bi
Miss Hayden lurnsd whit. "Oh '
shs said, and again "Oh!"
Ollllan half turned and looked oui
the v lr.dow.
"I suppose, nf courss." he said In .
low vole, "that you know I love you
"I am sorry," said Miss Hayden tul.
ing up hsr monsy.
"There Is no us?" ikd sfttltSSi si
"I am sorry." she ssld agsln.
"slay I writ a not?" ssksd Oilllsn,
with s smllt. lie seated hliBSclf at Ul
Doublelar, Pas 0 Co. I
Lawyer Tolman, solemnly and severely,
ten thoussnd s fellow might wind up
credit. Even fifty dollars wou'd ha
a III ' - -- - . n
know if you paid much sttent'on to its
young msn, politely. "In aplt of lh
big library tah'o. (She suppllel him with
paper and pen and then went back to
Ollllan made out his account of his
expenditure of the thuussnd dollars in
"Paid by the black sheep. Robert Oll
llan, tl.OUO on scioutit of the eternal
happiness, vowed by Heaven to tho best
snd dearest woman on earth."
Ollllan slipped hla writing into an sn
slope, bowed and went his way.
His cab stopped again at the offlree of
Tolman 4k Sharp.
"I have expended the thousand dol
lars." he said cheerily to Tolman of the
gold glasses, "and I have come to ren
der account of It, as I sgreed There la
Oult s feeling of summer In the air do
you not think so, Mr, Tolman?" le
tossed a whit envelope on the lawyer's
tsble. "You will find there a memoran
dum, sir, of the modus operandi of tbe
vanishing of the dollars."
Without touching the envelope Mr.
Tolmsn went to a door snd cslled his
partner. RharOi Together they explored
th caverns of an immense safe For'1'
thsy drigged as trophy of their search
a hlg envelope sesled with wsx. This
they forcibly Invaded, and wagged their
venerable heads together over Its con
tsnts. Then Tolmsn bscsms spokes
man. "Mr. Ollllan," he aald. formally,
"there wss a codicil to your unele's
will. It wss Intrusted to us private:-. ,
with instructions that it be not open.-1
until you had furnlehd us with s full
sccount of your handling of the 11.000
bequest In the will. As you have ful
filled the condition, my psrtner snd I
hsve read Ing codicil. I do not wlh to
Incumber your understsndlng with Its
legal phraseology, but I wlil acquaint
you with the spirit of Its contents.
"In th event thst your disposition of
the 11,000 demonstrates that you possess
any of the qualifications that deservu
reward, much benefit will accrue to you.
Mr. Sharp and I are named ss tha
judges, and I assure you that ws will
do our duty strictly sccording to Justice
with liberality. We are not at all un
favorably dlepossd toward you, Mr.
Ollllan. But let us return to the letter
of the codicil. If your disposal of the
money In question has ben prudent.
wise nr unselfish It Is lis nil. nns.-
I to hand you over bonds to the value sf
150,000, which hnve hern placed In our
hsnds for that purpose.
"But if-as our client, the late Mr.
Ollllan. explicitly provides you hsv
useil this money ss you have uaed
money :n the past I quote the late Mr.
Oilllan--ln reprehensible dlsslpstion
among disreputable associates- th..
180.000 Is io be paid to Miriam Hayden
ward of the late Mr. Ollllan. wlthen'
delsv. Now. Mr. Ollilsn. Mr. sharp and
I will examine your nccoi;nt In regsr l
to the tl.uOn. You submit It In writing
I believe. I hope you will repose ron
fldeni o n our declalnn."
Mr. Tolmsn reached for the envelop
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OQIIan WSI a lUtlt th. quicker In taking
, It up He tore the MMMt snd It
oovcr leisurely Into strips and diopped
them into his pocket.
"It's sll right," b said, smilingly.
"There isn't a hll of need to bother you
with litis, I don t suppose you d under
stand these Itemised hrts, anyway, I
lost the thousand dollars on ths races
Oood- lay to you. entlemen."
Tolmsn & Sharp shook their hds
mournfully st ca h oiher such Gillian
left, for they heard hlni .llstllng gsyly
in the hallway as he wsltrd for the ele
vator 1st tk Original mi tnariss
Tbs Food-drlnk for All Agss.
PtiwNmrfhon.up btiildmg the whole body.
Inviooratesthe mining mother and the aged.
Ricij milk, mailed grain, in povvdjg form.
A tskk ltrach prcpuratj in ainate.
Tsks so lubsHtote. Ask for HORUCK'S.
Not in Any Milk Trumt
The Army of
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