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HOME AND SOCIETY.
AMERICA IN FOREIGN KYM.
. Ol" lAXXTB REIHNISCBNCEg nF THK KAN -
wgm BRIDAL OOWJt THI LATEST I" .MINIM.
KM> -AUTISTIC rfRNISHIKOS,
oite sf tts i ' ? ilttera end coan ppoill in
2-Jtunltlei eo<:'' '? New-York, we are told, sud
ppP .es a foreigner as dlatinctly commercial and
,mpr""or less haphasard In Its
1,1 lenee for example, which in the old World
lairs social 'thies or accord.*, to men of dis*
rrt" , ,t,Pir proper pla - in th- fashionable ranks,
usallr Ignored In Washington. Where official
|L teUoesupreme, etiquette receives du- conaldera
*fL o.. , diplomatists, to whom such matters are
S-linportant. take their proper place.; bul la Sew
v k lt i--1 n? uncommon thing to sse an accredited
sseesntatlve ot ? hl"K or emperor sn rmi. between
I debutantes, whlls a man of no offlcl il
-aktskei in the host.
-Are Ihoee gentlemen on eliher side of Mrs.
0f great dlatlnctlon?" Inquire ! the newly arrive,l
a witty woman of the won,I. at once ap*
let- ' . . .., ... ,,.,.t ,,,.. i.,.,..ii i_?. . . ,i...
,, i?ter trom of hla neal neighbor al a I
\r nt a well-hnown hois- in Newport, The
elated the situation and the bewilderment of the
_ .? _e ? wh , found himself placed between
rot. t? o1 ,
Mscbarmlng young women instead of occupying
ni.ee of honor n-xt his hostess, which ins
?? bv eaVial right
-\"o but the) ere very rich." she replied gravely.
?"Then lhere is no precedence tn this country -
Iv a money basis? But that ls so very fluctu?
ating, hon ,i" you menage that""
,(.h' th.it is our puzzle." answered the lady. "It
h gs ., ai say. very difficult."
?Tmhap* :' m'shl even b,. necessary to chnnj-e
itsMe." continued the offended dignitary, dryly,
'.nd Mr. A., who al soup mighl be as far removed
f-.m the lady ef tbs bouse se 1 am. for instance,
'cht find himself at dessert st her elbow."
""Or thew mighl be a ?tock ti 'ker on the mantel,"
t,[Pl Misi X. enjoying ihe Irritated amour
'ropre ct Ihe ' ttle niau, "and as values went up ,,r
over, pest* ' -'?' ensnge places like the children
? thtgsi 'ch*'"
?j, y ,..-; ? nil very odd to nous entres,** mur
jr'r | the dl| ? it, "bul ? ? urious cus?
tom* pb ? ? " '' ;: yc'"" ntaitemelaelle, I have noth
trf to regret." _
??When we were children.** remarked a delightful
,. m4ji nh-, csrrli i her seventy yesra with aria
-sciatic |l?ce, "little glrle were slwaya taught to
carn" * tan when they wen! Into the drawing-room
?Alwayscarry your fan, my .'.ear.* was my mother's
[sstinjunction when I went out. 'It will keep you
from fee-tag awkward and looking conscious'; end
I here often I whel sn excellent fashion it
?as and -".'hat B pity it l< that the Importance of
Us fan bsa -' greatly decreased In my day to
?msg* s fsa properly was conatdere l e distinct ac
sssaHslunent. To unfurl it slowly and majestically
0-a-JnBS might; I ? Butter it vivaciously; to wave
? .gr::. , ; ? ri snd shut it meditatively ell
thu we were expected to learn by instinct and ob
???with a fha i i need never look III at ease.'
iras another ef my mother's maxims, and we girls
quickly four.. 'ruth of thie f-r ourselves,
erl I Hi wei grand laughter! thal they loee a
troodly tresses when they lesve their fans at home,
cr consider th<-m merely as an adjunct of their toil?
ette*, In us.- merely to cool theil heeted fl
lt in high time f- \ r. li s to think more sboul the
I ' . , eddlng gown and less
about conventionality, for !: ls und. n,ably a very
tning cestasae, and lt la only the Intereat of thc
..... u weil as the lovipg aympethy of rela?
tives ani friends which n...k ? :t a young
n-arnan at s time, that her to be con
ndwedheentlfuL The truth of -h.- matt-r. frankly
Meted, i> that the maj ? won en never looked
worse bl tl
tar. ran anything b > more ti
than the HSV bodice that
encases a fair young girl, posi bly "ti a Bery hot
day in mi isumn.-r'.' Kier, in winter the < rr- t li I i
tum a blond eomplexloi ike a bru*
,.-? ... . and dark; and in summer tl
ipeakably ugly ar.l uncomfortable. Wh le
necked gunns are not eons.'.-red _ro,.l form f-r i
wi ? '??: ?-' attire I ind certainly the not
f ,r bread deybgbl), Ht seei ? promise
mighl he arraaged between s ball-cut bodice aii'l
the high, .?tiff collar now In V ? A y pui R .
throat ls generally too pre) I undei stiff
"Wetla" and i ? ? - itln. rr.m n .?? ?
nch as crfpe-llsse or n le, ar.- far
pettier sad mon I i than .-:;k- or satins a
pretty -firl -: eociety who was married the other
day venture J to be original, and became charmin-?.
Eh. wore a Metre sntlque skirt cul short, wltl
ihe ilme-h-nored train, ard a most lovely soft bod
Ice of cream white it waa i
Ugh in the neck, but with .-hort, full, pun slet
leaving the : _ nd banda b ire, t ?
WM without gloves A few bowa of i ?lni d'Alei
lace tastefully dis; .sed "ii the gown were ti,.
trimmings, while a I ill er veil, edged w:;h the same
lace, waa iw:s;. | n isl artlstlrall; around the knot
cf bright chestnut hair, glvini thi effi * of the
' ? ?-' fi mt, when il a ia bel l ir. place
*.lh t.r.y sprigi . i soma.
"Not in th- least like a bride," aald a severe
"No." nail ber companion, a much-sought-after
keeMer, Tts." he repeated thoughtfully, "i I
SS .ia. the eonventional bride, I admit; only like
tht pt rf Mt ly enchanting g.ri tha*. shs IS. I wish
?he had a iw:n slsterr*
A new I. give private garden-par
?k trie loee'.) !. ii I Oardei ?;-.-- .'a y ,,v,
w*CSwiMi ,-r Gall >way began lt. an I her ei lei
Uinment was e. ... Ungi) sui reesf il. i'-rbaps ? -me*
Mig el tr.e sam, sttn-J ma) be done In _few-Y .rk
ssas ms seta up her Botanical Garden, Td rem
privileges for ar, afternoon a-, a r^und price -i ...
BR mat-ria'.iy to Ita :
Another i; , , | .-. ::; .., H, ;l - r ? ,.r.,. n ,__
?ib.iihn.ent of pretty and refined "tea-rooms"
J'-hers'ise ja ..- . ... , .-., R .. r.- only women ere
admitted. .;,; whereat Ihei can procure the most
Jeiicwui it?hi refreshments, served In the daintiest
"?sew ty p sr i u well-bred young girls, wbo ari
?ul m tm my, . eomfortsbls a. y ?
'After ksvtag k' 11 house for rn .re thar: s di
J have finally learned bow to wash flannels aatli
J toriiy," remsrked a young housekeeper Iheother
?? "The way i (slued thc knowle quite
?little story, snd aa ll helped me. i will tell lt for
?h* benefit el others. Every one knows tbe mad
*sssjghectloni thal 'experienced housekeepers'
? wont to sive f-r this most puasllng problem;
?"?* t?u you ,j1(. wnlet i- to be boiling bot; i
?y1 ii li io ki almost cold; Ihe soep la lo be pre
j ^lo'ehai.;. or not used si ali; smmonls en
,er* "?e Hw ir., i , ia* Irons are to be of n certain
'*?P?ratar?. ?.... And ,? ,,,?,. ?f all and every
?"?'caution toe flannels grow beautifully less every
eme ihey tr. Vl.h(.,| VV,.M ..Loot a year *?.". I
"VPtMdlsle Mopping with som.- fri.nds in Eng
" *ho ser,- immensely Interested ir. a little
? "m whi.h they had establlshsd for household
tiff *"'*' Th*y !""k "'" K,rl" ?'"'* sdMC*te^ th''Tn ln
l^.*r'nt '?fsstsssnts, and th.D found eitu ?
?l_-_h'm a " ,vt '? :'r v,k' ,,v ,h*' w*Fi
ti hejps d,,. smployi r ns areli as the employed.
? luck would have it. my visit occurred on
,^*dsnd iroulas) day,' ana we were t-.k'-n into
______!' la,Jn'lrv" everything "spll and span.' and
n? wan neatness Th.- members <?f Ibe little
^ Wfre JUJ*t receiving their butructlona before
^?mencinK practical work. 'And now, girls.' said
.^apable. dl**nl_ed-lo..kin* matron, "iinat will
j^wen if fwp rub flanriol ,oriK a|)d har,,; ,,,?.. al)y
k__Ui2r*k,,.r A ChorU8 of ****** r.pikd. 'It will
Mien 1'? f*"' ' '"'"''" '" Prich up my ears. How
uni av"1 rn> flan'"'!' >" ?y Borrow turned Into
"*tich ,hro,-"<-' 'be little lecture I received hints
j^^ w'r* wor,b remembering, bul nothing so Im
lg. r ,*"' *" hOHol SS thal little nmark about
Uv. " ,h'''' :l" keynote to flannel washing
M n 7 '" rU>> or wrir'K': and lbs other eond ?
COM- ,"? a ' ""? "' T!'" ^""r '"'?? '"' kOl or
?houii ?,1S' *h"h *** r,,,r' ,,r *-* lubbers.
theres'* ""^ "'" ",,arl"Kl>' ;>H POSSlWs, and should
?K>t _, f"i * ","'1 V"ry ho'- Om soap must, of .ours,-.
* ?Iii* ""; *** ' '"' "'" WhoU ,nal,"r '"'"
*ni th " ''"' tk0r* '"' "' rubbteg oe irringlng.'
?^wm be .... thickening or shrinking."
kngZi^r Fa<1 S1"- *No- seme, don't take thai
h'"?th?. ('a,Hk1""" * *?'t want to go to the
" "ns summ. r.
^UnTt'T"" ***' "Iy 1"v"- >"? have not
She ,, ' ,h"" h-art """"rir.K? latelyl
*? hicT(\T ly>~<>h' "'? 'l u ?? w^nt of
m m. ""I1, ,wh"'h '* ,h" only thing that gives
roads P'-axure now. and I must bave level
moBU* l*??ri-Jobn, dear,'if you can get
that hons, In the Catskills you had better take lt
I Sm sure lt will s,m ,ls
H? Hut your bicycling, my love. I thoi.-eht
you objected t,. th,- mountains,
Bhe (tragically) l have given up bicycling for?
ever. 1 an, noi a bit thinner, and Mrs. A. says she
I has gained liv,- poonda .-inc,, she began to ride li
?' hateful fraud:
evelina f,,r women is sven ?,,,ro fsshlonsble
abroad than ir is here Tu .Roma
Ducheee^Oraslo'.l Lante and Donna Giulia ??.
led th,- other day ;. ?oup ot blcycllsl
tnm Naoles to Pu ito end Raia and bach.
The Homan la Ilea of rank w' n this
_ amuse:,:. nt .1 , ,-,., sppear lu r!.- ;
?he .-nil m irnlng they may be leen rn the
!j of a vc, . ns! le tl.- a illa ol tl
!!>::?- . rout; | ,, pr, .,. r, | ;.,,,.k vi tht lr
ABOUT lill ri.iy/i.
CHAIR!., TAllI.ES, BRTTI.RS wu t r-"n |, \...
Tl:.- days ,d ,i?. ^b, .-tntr baie , ime with mid?
summer eve, un I from now until th- autumn
breezes blow, this article ,,f furniture claims sped r,
'?ration. No- Bll th- sjlurementi ,,f over?
stuffed Turkish lounging chairs ar, i upholstered
divans can compete with the fascinations <>f the
piazza rafa:) ,,-- ,.,;,, .h;llr. j,, rece?, year< lt
has takf n a multitude of f-rtns. M"c li ,???? :':., p] -:.-\
"common-sense" chair, with i's ample Beat, broad
arms, snd American rocker, on which so nv
pie insist; tb- plain, broad-seated, amp'.i armed
vi .-hair, .md the Oriental ratl n ? ialr, with
Hs graceful f-rrn. making lt tbe favorite i I
. Bach of tb. s- ?
se. ins to have t's day. Now cornea ti,- bamboo
cnair, arith irs bail seal and rustic finish, and the
squat Moorish chair -f rushes. Fully as effective
' nr-d picturesque as , Rbi r of these Ihe -:?? at Eng?
lish student chair of willow-ware. These chairs
hav,- a de j, seal an 1. like Ihe i ?rl ntal sn I
? bi " chairs, th. y b 'ie br bul In
j addition to tia-- they have a pouch at Dv "-ii,- to
, hold papers and books.
I On.- ,,f the most atti. the modern
piazza with Its cosey ?"iver. vu:, table for papers
:,- | n la the vei :? ry v hlch ls nos
ethlng fr wi ? v ? ? f the esrth. 11, re I;
a South Am. r,, ..ri war- r v- ? :vi r- ,
where water, coole l by ? va|
th- flavor of a mountain spring, mav alwayt be
found. The rut; al "!?? 'a feel is fr,un Turkey ,-r
India, th- 1 ? ' ?
th- r ? may be a teak Woo I foots! _ , little
; ? lo rest a
book "r magaslne when there ls no i
ht; i -ib urette, Illustrated herc, tc.-- adi
plasza uee T ' lea-t the way,
one of the most eonvenb ? I ;
ls ss comf ' Ital
their lanni:.! hour
. to call the Chlni
fond of picturing 1
i '? '
' ' '
. fl " I __?'
; ' '
it lt s
lons unless i
pie use tht ? - ?
1,, Bl fl ,-r for a j .7.,-.,
!-? I .ii n ? ? ? ?
-arv ? ...
lea I palm
because the paint
pap. red down to I
i plasza I
tba . itnmi i.
TUE CANADIAS WOMAN
ANECDOTES OF HEH i"i l:\vi:
Canada i lt ls o
Kori.-1 in li.-r household dui she la; aside
hi r music snd othei m.ir- j
rlage, snd does not
There ls truth in tb, crltli Ism. I. ,
many r< , ?-.
' it, on the ? some Canadian
ai ?? notably bo m! houaek.
Canadian girls i. in sttend I
The ' 'an i Man w oma n
I trlbutlona I , Uti i il ii ?- The works
i Ma" liar, of 8 P. ll nv .n, ol Dun
lean, author of "A Social Departure" and other
j b , iks, snd of Lil) D
? ar. I "Whsi Necesslt) Knows," bave earni l repu
1 nations bej md thi f the Dom In Phi
i "-in,! , permit te i mot - frei loi
i ? -,-.. than her Engll ', cou In, an I, Ilka ivr
Am-rican neighbor, she uses thia freedom wlthoul
? i lt.
The native Canadian li generally a faithful uer*
vant. Such servants often live man . ? ii with
one family. A woman had beei.k In s family
f ,r ra in ' hat twei ears, Bhe v. t-- ?;, im* in
Toronto, her old mKtr, ss wss living in Winnipeg
"Are you happy?' .u-k- i b- r nut i
for table; you have been very kind; bul I Iv.; to
e..- the .'-" '? ,.f nu di ir Mn P i el .re I die." i
? . ,:u n.is se.- : , **, nnlpi g snd lhi n
eel out si once to give h. r ol 1 i ilthful sen n
last cona ila Hon.
Tb.- canadian girl ar homi knos iw to
h< !?-?? If. In winter sh. ?? ?? lo skating, snoa
. Ighlng an i !??!. igganlng pai I -I
llKhts in dancing, music snd private theatricals in
summer ahe r ,w???. rldei i elm ?'?.- ipend
inuePi timeout "f doors .it picul.-s and In "camping
| out." a married woman mual ., ? uni my the
. imping parn- a* ch ipei in, b it, li p
j Kiri-* choose one whose spirits bay-- noi been mu. i
weighted by household m.r.s. The fa':l thal the
: Kiri must sometlmea do l- r share ,,f the work ,,f a
household doea noi Interfere with her srau
.-'.',.- disposes of her work .md is free for ber play.
Bbc can often ".-wini like s fish " a young mari
snd bis betrothed wer- on a vessel thal I iok lire.
While the girl look) 1 for mi mi of escape ru- her
ind others, ii,,- Minn da ihe I past her and le ipi i
overboard, as he sprang he exclaimed, -
denly reminded "f hla responsibilities, "Joan, .i >u
csn swim!" Josn swsm, Hhe struck oul boldly for
: ti,.- shore an I an - ins a.aa mel
her and offered hi i ngratulatlons. The) were re?
ceived coldly -s,. <oi,]:> thal he weni hotelward lo
'? warm himself. Joan is Billi single, The man * i
aol -i Canadian.
The girl la generally bra..-, snd ? tnetlm< reek
me. a Kiri of sixteen years ? -? ?-? -Ii?-1
sa an oarss rroan One -in her father, returning
from bis ..111" ?. sm ? crowd on the bank of the
I.U- and weni lo ascertain 'h- cause. In the dis?
tance wai ? dark line thal suggested an outrigger
cutting ns way through the rough water.
"Why did .'vu let hei have it?" naked an excited
young man sf tbe builder, who had boats for hire.
'?.-he s... i she must have n. and every one knows
Upai whal Mlaa Audrey says she will have abe
"_g_BI Audrey!" Th- father shuddered Was it
possible thal his vonni, daughter, Audrey, wai
two lillie* from shore in au outrigger?a frail abell I
In which a prac ,,-, only would be com
psrai ii ifi ia that inch stater? Audrey
reached thc sh >r- lafejj .-*.,. wa* dlaturbed bjr h-r
father*! anxiety, ivr greet. I bim with apparent un
? meant. "1 had no Idea thal l should cause a
sensation." .-:?? said. "Haman's lister rows an out
: .' a, in can u hy shouldn't
I"" Bul the spirit of youth ls now
subdued ai i transl rmed t,. a force which often
.rilli,--- the late matron !? cope with man
In th- .-arly spring of tv- year of the Northwest
c. .1 young in ve i i\ ,111111. who had been
brough: up in a luxurious home In 'ia:..:.--. wss
al ine In hei prairie cot tag* -?? ??li two babl. Il
was necessary for her r> convey some Info rn i lon
to a hou dd I y. and there w ii not
a white woman betwet ihai hous*. Bhe
: out ii Rh her bald, I.
There was , bridge over , small Iske yr pond, hut
an Indi ti Iii h irae would
v pond, sup
Ice u ml l b ii the w Ight. Ab iul the
middle ti,., nor . p.. ,.x.
himself, oi ertui ni I thi p ?l I??? and ran
, ff. Carr>'lng both children and wading through
snow walsi nigh, the young s iman male her way
lo her ,1. limul, n.
Far from being dishearten! I by her adventures,
about the hoi ie
and the children, ivr I had io - I ri wn In rh- snow
and I [ :; my fri. ri ls ar
home would think If they coull Bee me with one
baby hanging ronni my neck and ll.th.-r tucked
- k rt a."
Desplt ira >.f winter sn lt t ot Bum?
mer, th ? u idlan woman has generally a good
constltutl >n. Sh > suffei psla th in
r l ? ?? in ne|| ? f, r mure outdoor
exercise and lesa pie and hoi bread; bul sh, ,
noi -. roi i ? In appearance is her British cousin.
As ii rule, au,? she .- personsll) Interested in
n it it. -in I- she takes little Interest in politics,
.ml I*" ii.-: as well iii*Vrme| .,n political questions ss
the El in ,,r the American Rui though
famll) it ment to the mother country an 1 to ex?
isting ri .? .a an) aug.
n of severance
VICTORIA MELITA -i*v Mix OF HESSE.
These portraits of the Orand Duke and Duchesa
of Hesse sre iii" first that have been taken
their wedding. Thc young bride is much prettier
than tbli -? n reems I > Imply, When sh*
ls animated and Interested In conversation her eyea
and ce i ll) attract Ive, and tr-..- , ,: |
I rautlful. 'i. may 1
her I Whose f
|; . ?
Aile I. There are i
nu. : uti : '.?? ; ' .
a roi ?
Ti ?? cl lld -, i- ? ?
1 . Ite round!
lil lcd up by a i
i most del '
lr, i, ?
me t" ihe
.1 PINE ROOM.
Of " - n in all tb
ri alor.,1 wood OT of ei
? ? I Ihe
: il ll lo
pa| ' '
f testing the | to pi
? ?! misti lhere are
so many pap r hou reputation li
.i ." -rein in', ,- of tl
msy i,"i alu.ns i?. i cheap
wall pai ? I - b'-ar ? ? , IVI these papei ara
t,is-ii ? harming peart gray
,, i natural bronss si I olive, where pale color,
? pink red lt I necei .ny to
Som,- ,,: the ? ? ?
A i -? ? garland trell on Ivory s bite
preti) fi i" ?/?? i room The
' ? c. ,lk, d DUI
in quatrefoll with p ile, i - hue I i on . ot
i,a,-1 u ith i. i " lal - All the p.,h.i of the room
should be i. be s bite
enamelled, and completed by a bi ead; ,,r,
If the bedroom l a double room, ll ma) have
twin bed ol s hit. enam ? i s.I, cai opl i
Ihe i" ii i ? ? ; that are now
Imported for nh purpot ?
In arranging the i ai opy, i | lur< t ie si I
graceful a perl of the bedroom furniture of Ihe
.nv, :: should i" rememl-ered thal ibis is no lon
ip, nd i :? -ii lf*t ?-?? i. bul !iom s hook or
frame permanent!) fastened t" th. wall, This
the I, : itead to l? mot ? I aboui without
the weight ol the i mop), L es, pi 1111 - - ? I
With rose patten,-, make cool, igreeabl ? upi
f,,r ihi ? ? - imm. i room . ind th. re a re th, |
I Iks, which come in .. variety of rose tones snd In
tv in psi greens oi n ti in gi ens shlch har
M well with Hos,- pink shades. The pref.
,i pei for au ii > room i ? ru . in du I
i I',,- j ipon. ?- in il. of elton. Tb- crimson
irpel la loo bi vb-. li require! th. dull ah ides "f
t< rra cutta red thal approa. li the bu wn, and have
I In ihelr c tlurlngs ;
01 T "I'S.
The artistic ru,.- i- thal Ihe carpel should bc leasi i
i iui and dark, si li, tone, i he v. all a some
s hal lighi i ' "hu. ihe fi Ip se still lighter, and
. ? of all ll ll possible to ?
lhl idea out even In very dellcali lints Tbe same
, ulol I N lr- ? h he , ? lilli . than ll ,|,-s
on .i -? le wall; Iherel re, lo ubta n thi effei i of
? be i a.ie tint, .i s.. lt. ll 1 ghtei ..l-r mu i ,
used overhead, This fact :? liol alwaya recognised
bi p. opl. t-1-, ,n. noi . henci rhe fr>
quetM'i of heav* looking celling! thal apparently '
have a tendenc) to rome down as bright, gay -
, i|oi ? i th* Boor hav* a tendenc) to rise up snd
Milk- the beholder Now, ..ll these thlnga ara ?
l?, rilli to i,e abhorred in a pink room, when I is
slightest use "i loud i fatal to lha u<
' the scheme. 1. wsi ra bro*
. '. i un ? nea ..:, i ? he pale apple gn ? na and i ?
si.-m greens is nina.- ni ? - ? ii i ludlcl
selected pearl gray ru-; iii.il.? i a tasteful cirpet for
a pink loom, but ii la a rery delicate one. iu:,j |
docs not wear so w>.U as thu reddish-brown rugs. ?
A BSXiON OF .!' >T rOR ll ILDEBfl i ?F BANK
RI H 'KS.
OOOI) NiTrm. IN" TUB I.INIV-CH1LDREN COMB
TOO-A TIM'. KM.IN s PHII-OSOPHT.
Th.- last few dayi haa been 1 busy time f i
, downtown saving banks Th leml-ani uti
' tris i? -ri j nv it,;.- and i r is I
I either to draw the money ,,r havi it pis. i i on theil
, bunk-books Perhaps Ker" srere more worn n than
men In ri." crowde, hinting of thar srlae feminine
llghl of tl ?? finn winch la i , ,? q.
rfMC^x m fm
? / 'a \-M7'
THET <".MI" Td DRAW THEIR INTEREST.
dudve ? , "i rldlj pi perttjr, vi .. my of tl ?
worn ri hail children with them, for lome unknown
!? i usually little gtrla, perhaps thnt the) may
tv ? m. whi ?'. thi ?? ihall i ?
Bul lt was not ?
hand with < Irei \ re wa
a ii- ii ? ? I man with a m ill i :?. a hu m jr
have bet ii ,!> or v m. The
-I I gi ntll van ??:? ! In rb
keep nt least one eye , ,,;!,.
"1 ic re 1 > be .print In Ihe i iu
ai I Wiggle- ti|
said tl I man to the I'nl ; m i ',
? li,'- a l "??.''
"i: I a fat *
itUIS ll "s
a b'y. Did you never be i
t are ni made of,
"I ' "But
?, .rA,> !. r-l a, i , r
~ J . J
v. i: . ? *.-; rilEIR "
. . rle snd kai
sir! I ? pa tn nu which a
"Fi lt lu," I . . .
Ar . " t little gyr
M ,-. tal tl med In thc
. n >r
p ' I
. i \\ i
at PATINA Ti:i.i.i:i: s WINDOW.
t r he i ,,,k to the nomadic tent thrifty
ii lentil an I . ,nvi ntlonal li achers thal
should i"- ri '. rae I, Ih il he liould
ititi, i.-l ;, penn) wvi ! I -, penn) earned, by In*
we thi lie nd extract lt a Ith -i
sad reliietsnl feeling ns an unfortunate rn ?
and willi the r11 iii resolve to return ll ? on, with
Cut be never could bring himself Into
I his cop) -book n,.I un . ' ntlnu. i lo i- ?? In draw?
ing and grieve in ,;?;-? liing, y I
till si ii t hi i ii ?? uti banking
li, sin .a despair Rm * all the -? ?
bunk- Ii. kr iws tb ll every!* -ii ls tb il u I) n, ?'??
or lesa, and ll would noi surprise nun now to find
the man who made th* popy-book drawing mon .
with a rakish mr iii ar li lp it li n ol th ? . iln I
. :.,- ? . . with lt. For the lines of ;
wb.un I,- san draw lng in mi - all the we. I*
ii,i.rn tb ? moi ? t-rc. ami llghl hearted than I
ri, ,i it. r- di i osltlng. Smiles lui ? um \
perte.) places on theft faces, and the laughed and
i,,k.s| with one another; the old mau and Ihe fal
w,,inaii were drawers, not depositor! The deposl
tors, -ii Ihe other hand, In iw lal iel I l
air of Bligh) bur unmistakable gloom i
not, nelthi r did Ihi ??
i , untti ' Ingli In ? n. -- imong them ??! ibo ?? i u 1
d. n friendships and . j.lan, nus exi hui
ti,|,-n.,s nbic|, were s, numerous arnon ll
thrifty drawers Not thal the Irawei ? u ? i ? nj
together >? ia) In thi r mindi . rar rroi * pre
e-.pt. both oral in I ?? rilli n, till .hackle I ile m.
i ni -his ver. !?. um .1 ? ? icm m wt .: n, i ilrew
lb.-in together and m ide them bro! ld dla
i fort) i. I'vi had mom i
i: ,n rj " n mark*.! ai i incleni man
h mh ng, ' an I th. nne iolm. I li I've ha i ll n
the Emlgranta' arid lu ihe ll ker I th< Dhry
I ...,'k. Say* I i - meaelf, Th. . - ri
If f ftei bo ul ig, | . a n'l
lose a'.l.' So 1 dona "
"You're b en h re i the I n
"From < '"uv- Kllk. nj n Ni a rork ii; 18-to. t
t'snk ."ii. Folve weeki and i i ??? divs snd fo I
nm nt fer a hor*e iii wh il? ioim< <u>\ I'vi
ton i ck i tall Hod h ? ind! 8h< lu n
bil il it I'll'.i a" . "Tilt..- Of
, i . gintl men thai have m ni ?, ? ipen i
:iik of ll In Fi inc* and Eye! ily in I Hp iln an 1 them
nUcei. .-Ulead of at hoiuv, puarr Dir.and has gone |
I The New-York State
I Analyst Says:
\f The Royal Baking Powder is superior
? to any other powder which I have ex
^ amined; a baking powder unequaled
?; for purity, strength and wholesomeness.
ti the dlvll entirely. She nei is home rule, and
lill' , - time."
"You teem to havi proa] - I here In New-York,"
I thi N mad
"V- - .. ible, - ir, Fire! on the vi ry
iti ,- - and then ai trucking, which I'm sticking t?
vet, ' ? mgb 1 let ? the s rk now, while
I i' ? k the , r i ,--. F vc-. !? . gintlem inly
work ls trucking, when j iu .??."?:i yer oa*n .ruck
and I..ii,- two horses. I sayi i, n 'Sthlck
? ? '... ... mting to put on
drli ? i kerr'ge for ioma n ibob.'
Too many ol i-wai uk io
lo better "''vt, their faythera done afore 'em.
There'a too much unbelafe nowadaya People are
g if the Church and of th. Powers How
can paple be unbelievers I don't know, I'ld you
Iver ri->i:il the wak, ness of the works o' man?"
. ' >' !?' . srty!" railed a i- ink offl rial, as he
I a passbook, i "Si
up his city --it nirht. H-r- a light, and afrer a blt
? ? i?' ? -. "'i "And "hin In
? r er: ai of thlm little gUlu?
men do only |usl show you how dirk ii is. that's
al." ("Phelln ' >'I',_???'"' "Rut look at lt light
up In rh, maiming whin the sun cr,,,mes. Th-re ye
v ?? . -w. ,? man i i
? rks o'tne ("Phelln Q'Kogerty!") ? Bless ms
Rf aa la P i I'Fogi ri, sn I m ? bouk
is r- i li. Go . -v."
THE CAMERA AS A REFORMER,
A ' ' sc. WOMAN FINDS A SEW WAY TO ?? "?"' RCE
It ha ir I, app ir. ntly, f-r a man ro
is to When ed In Inl >rferli g in the
i ? r of another luau's ill usarge of bia property,
ll - wife "r bia ,-h 1 !r-n or his
beasts. A woman may remoi I although lt
, have her presence and en
I a few uncivil w"r-l?. lt is at
I ! ??.vu. as a tuan
I ? tile 1 the other man a
.- ? i man is big sn l strong
he ? , ed t gri
kn ' king down lt til*- abt^ee :.; not
l: il - rt <;. Ingi rsoll use I this mi tho 1 with a brutal
.' Ivi r In the di ; ? s hen ih,-.???? were b bl .1
.' : ??::;;??: r horse i lld noi
, ? ? m unu ni illy si ep
I : humane men ar
iee l':?? rel i
-.. . ? ?". hom ll does
. lo 1 k ui llgnlfle I. an I
who lui*- noi , ti in i horror of Interf a what
gs in the city,
llfl ilt matter to
\ ian who had
I a llttlt ? . lt lt.
,, "thal l *_*n n -r a fara': -.
I i' s mai f he takes an In
iht, snd I-: li erv m in a
rh m I rn iy thlhk
i :, ive nev nged to the Uu
re that I a irke 1 q i I
r of the fl ty foi P
, eorked. I was In
k. Th- rs wai _. ti im of
ii : ? , a b- ivy **> agon.
I siwa ard sa I l" ike l ar these I
b, an J
? iw thst under
. ls Of the hi
? ,;.;?: hap.
fa - .
. ?. fal ber's,' repll I,
I poln ting I
" 'l ku- v II
', ? i horse v. ith u ni k like
,' for such
: 'i with the ut
. - al every
?t, I , s.-,- ::. snd 1 ? -1 1
I !"? ? -h it lay. Th
ii, .-?.?.?nie l rather a ivs., | by
; , iol think thi-y wi re
, i in - - . them. ' inc man
about it. I - ia
r man nv- \ : '
i. ?. ry om |
. it no in.r gave ma any
. mei the young clergyman,
nd o animals?'
h. tie bu puzsle i sn l ??? iwi red:
" \" .1. , rly.' I think be .-1 . vi* ni
i pup| l might bc
tow upon him, Whi n he hear 1 my
t as I did II- ial 1. 'Try
Ht - i ? ? lld man. thli n
I fell it I w iul I be o ?llged to bully
him a llttli ll- . nltl i that tbe rc was a Law
? ? hind.
it lat* nfor ll' And
i ....... mtlce of my complaint, prom p i
.1 M ,
. - ? il . il lld abi
??ii int I wi t to Maxwell hln If i -l ??,- '
:. my way to bia house and I
il I fell br..-.?. ag lin ii hen 1 saw the
ni with an ominously
I ip ike ., ? .: i ?
vlth I . ' ? the law an'
1 . i i- I a little and "bing. . ,
i ?: I ii.m that out of --. rn pa thy for
ll ? \ ti ? me m- is
? it I iii-:, I at i case
i ail-l c intlnue, I appealed to his dignity
nan and a votei _ i ? -. mui ired
. ? then : ,. i arr' ,rd to 'I-.
; to do better and I felt at
\ i ' ??'? - thnt, wh. ii I waa g 'lng out on a
little ph .tographlng ? ip litton, I mei th I un
I..-nibil._ im- i- ; had i.i before and
lh, necki of rh, hoi i wei In i n irse condition
than ever. The) weri Handing at the abie of ihe
i ,, i nlbblln ? . ind th ira ha i fallen f .r
uarl, ii., . ??. ile a' k, 1 Bl ppp* 1 an l I
:. I think In an Ins! ."ir i ,i [justed my
. . I b*fon my one came to drive the horses
,i? ,i I had taken f.ittr exp aurea Tba: waa my
i. ? stroke I pul orv ,,f the photographs In
In town, l Bent one to the , n-,,,- .,.
i: he .1 rote an edltorl il
w i - iu 'h a general 'howl'
i ? th ma [l?ti ate wa ? and I
I i. i can
?? ? ".soaper i
IT TR WELL lu KSOW rm: JUDOS
n ,. London Chroi
Fl It: k Pipe. Ihe 'rough ng I in" i'> 1: ' r ?
celled six i ? it Row-st. )
? i | ictpiainianc. with
if (he i 'a.mc ri i i , thal which
:: i prv; certain the boldest ,,f his profession
n. i knowingly attempt He tried to rob a
if his watch. Had ll L ? n Mr. Juatlce Hawks
Vi, waa , isuull) strolling homeward through
i'lure-mark-t, we dare ailinn the caae bad been
dilT.r.-nt Rill Mr Justice Kekewleh bas little, salo
In tin- n lo do with Ihe i lld H illejr, snd as Mr.
!? experiences of ii-- personal asp, ci ?>r the
? ? prooAbli limited to thst depart
? i lu itlo the mistake was
n,it anna u il Here was i pb leant-featured, elder
? ira nee ? iii rid
an I Mr. Pip ? .. went for h.m in
like Ignorance of his official position. Thus
all unwitting!) achlevi d fame,
l CIVILISING IGEXCT.
I'r. ni The Pall Mall Clarette.
Hr. Airy sums up his remarks about Rlrmli rhum
s* follow*: "I hav.n eighteen yean of Rlr*
, hool life, and I Hud lt difficult to belli ve
thnt the children are of the sun. class as those
i found here eighteen y sra sgo." Wnii this may
i inpaici Mr tfharpe ,,,i tb.- London schoola:
iel uaw liol passi l a > ear too .- -on;
n would h.,-,- i - ii filled mi!!) a savage popu
Intiun in the year i-''. if th.- nm schools built by
the I-nd bad ii"i ilone their civilising work." And
.,., there ire people bigoted and stupid enough to
deer) board schools as pisces for turning out
??clever devils," and even publicly to assert, ns a
well-known eccleataatlc did not long ago, that to al?
low a School Hoard to be formed was t- belg on
i! . ,,,'!? ? of Antichrist.
OTERBRARD OR TBS RITES,
From The Indlanapolla Journal.
"You are nothing bul a Mg bluff." remarked the
river to tbe oink
??Is thal r-v retorted the bank. "If I take a
n itlon io conic tiona on )uu, your nana, will be
A GLIMPSE OP AX ITALIAN FESTIVAL.
Naples, June 26.
To any one for whom a happy coincidence
in matters of history or literature has a pe?
culiar attraction, a visit to Nola toward the
end of Jut), is -.ure to possess a welcome slgnlfl-'
canoe. In Nola Olordano Rruno was born, and In'
Nola they celebrate on the hist Sunday In June thai
old bishop of the town, San Paollno. who Invented
rb,- church bell ther- in th- fourth century. It re
quirt - no gr.-at fllKht of the imagination to see ths
connection between the two, atitagi.nistlc as they
might seem to be at fl-st sight. On one side ls the
ecclesiastic devising the instrument by whose
brazen tongue the tidings of his fajth are to this
day uti. id all over th- Civilised world. On the
other ls a philosopher for whose J,leas the good
bishop could hav- had nothitiK but loathing had he
lived late enough to know them, but one whose
Challenge to the mind? of the Renaissance and of
ling tiger, rlnurs with even srreater clangor
from th- walls of the little Campanlan town. Ia
oth-r words, the one voa*- which ls associated with
.', i le Rruno's; and yeeterday, when the town
turned Itself Into a cl, .rna of thunder for San
Paollno, th- bells seemed t- speak alone of Bruno's
warfare against sacerdotalism and bigotry. Stu
denrs of Bruno will r-coKiil_e the Justice of this in
terpretstlon of the day's Jubilation. None of the
oth-r free-thinkers of the Renaissance, not Pom
pons gio nor Vnnnlnl, nor Rico, nor any of their pro
totypes had Bruno's magnificent sweep of thought
nor his invincible pugnacity. In thu history of his
presents an h.r,,|c figure and one follows
him In his tempestuous voyaging up and down Eu
r,,; ". to England, and finally lack to the stake at
Ron e, wltb something of the same admiration that
attends the progress of a military captain.
In Nola (liv tradition survives tn no obvious way.
The m.-diocre statue to Rruno In the public square
represent! a dapper lae/jrer, with sleek mustached,
countenance and an expression which reveals
chiefly the .sculptor's btcapedty to cope with any
higher tj ps ,,f in llviduallty than one might me*t
to-day In tbe heart of Phill, tia. The monks, who
.an I.e trusted to preserve m much In the Intel
i- ti.il history of their country, have, of course, no
love to waste on Rruno, nor have they any knowl
edge ,,f him. At th*- monastery above the town th*
I imored Inmates have only a shrug of the
shoulders t" ir rhe hero. But N ,1a ls there, and not
fir beyond ls Vesuvius, rising from the luxuriant
plain In a sea nt purple mist that fades at last
mt', tiie siiv.-r smoke curling from the volcano's
peak, i rn the terraces of the farm that slopes from
tbs monastery lo tlc town the lemon tr-es, heavy
with their fruit, shine like m-t_il In the sun. The
orchards stretch in gray, wave-like masses
the rery nails ,.f (Coln, and the ot4y flowers
. anywhere are the scarlet poppies
fll."kerina; along the ground like flam-. Not a. cloud
maiks the sky. lr is over a scone like this that
Rruno looked, with his gnse turned toward Naples
an 1 the outer world. The beauty of the vista ls
te, 1 ir lt is easy to understand, also, how
ti,.- remoteness and isolation of the place must
have fed the man's Imagination. It was precisely
the spot to glv* a restless thinker to the world.
Yest-r lay Nola was [n ., stat- of fr. uzi. N-apoll
tar.s end Nolans, with peasants from villages for
mib-s around, c imblned I i glorify the saint. They
began .arly, and until late last night they kept
Nola In an uproar, dancing to their own ceaseless
singing .is often as to th- tumult of the ten brass
ti - distributed through the streets, and setting
off fireworks when tbe nelse didn't seem deafening
h. The bells kepi up their sonorous obllgato.
i ? . - barked, .. sea brayed, children screamed, bar
]?: orga.ni added their Implacable monotone, if
ite iltur- didn't rise up as in Greece the
other day, it was simply because it was held down
by th- largest thr"ti>. that has filled the crooked
streets of NV * ? ? a >ear ego.
In the Piesse del Dooroo, a shabby square far
beneath Its rains, the people wer- inextricably
jammed. Once In, lt was almost impossible to get
out. Yt 'ni. -rs of chestnut necklaces, esler se^Beig
i I pe li,r- of fruit. Ices and "souvenirs" ha*'.
: dosena of th";r sr tn>!.** In the square, and
r-i!- I f..r above them were nine splendid towers
built for the day. film e Ban Paolina came from
over si a, ther i also a miniature chip > reefed, and
provided, as is each of the towers, with a brass
band of terrifying assiduity. These towers are
about tif: en feel square at the base, and taper
until thej como to s point at a height of a hun?
dred feet mac or less. Tht y ar- built stoutly of
v the framework of poles being covered with
thick pap.r m. I stucco in architectural forms, with
ali .-orr . of floral arid com -ntlonal .!> orations.
Gay col-is ar,- us.-d In the painting of the ?trust-'
k, yellow, blue and gol I pred m'ra'lng. The
back of each tower ls stacked from base to apex
with leafy luau,'hes that boya throw Into windows
an ! to the crowd In the street, i>it;:i>. .very one at
ti ?? lame time uah handfuls of confetti as hard aa
The sturt of th.se towers from the square In
Which they ar.- first collet t I is Itself a spectacle.
Al ma the ,,l I wall of the duomo filling one side of
the Incloeure 4 tremendous explosion t.f Iire-crack
era declares the day's festivities tonually begun;
and San Paollno's ship sails off on th- shoulders of
a- many men as can squeeze themselves and their
poles undi r its pedealal. The siup'a bane of half a
doz. ti musicians settles Itself as comfortably aa
ll cm. md proceeds to blow its hardest. The din
bas b ir,Hy ceaaed ivlien another volley of fire?
crackers li discharged beneath the wall, and the
Aral t"\i.-r leav. i the souare. A similar salute la
given the next tower, and so on until the square ls
emptied, it takei a large body of men to accom?
plish the clearance. No less than eighty nv n shoul?
der one of the away Ing tower*. Th.- weight of the
frames irk aloni muai i><- enormoua, and the band
and confetti throwers make ir beerier. Rut the
brawniest peasants .,f tli- country come to assume
the task. All the morning lon"? they enter the town
in band-, of fifteen or twenty, carrying heavy poles
and accompanied by a drummer. Th/y wear shlrte
and k-i, hi.r's of even conceivable color, and their
gaud) cape are of .-,. mani- shadee and shapes that
no tv\o of them s, ,-m alike. They are good-loottngj
men, Some of the bronsed fa 'ea, glistening with
pei plratlon, surmounted by glossy black curls and
s.t oil mu-,?ular shoulders that show clearly
through th," thin shirts, are positively handsome.
\ i.ii when thejr ... I If. Indeed, they
are ev. r fatigued on flan Pao'.tno'i i>i> are they
motlonleaa. When the ship at the head of the pro
ceaslon comes to a standstill and gives the signal
for a hall all along the ime. thi bearers fis not
r Bt Thej f im a circle before the tower, two or
three mount on the shoulden of their c_mra.es,
au! for a -pac ,,f ten minutes they dance and sing.
The men who are carried contribute their share hy
keeping time with their arms and shouting. From
ever) - !? confetti coom in hailstorms when
least exp. t.-d.
The da;,,-,- eontlnuee until one expects the men to
di ?-, from exhaustion but then the band begins
i new tune, sot the tower moves on. The
winding streets, alive with dust, broiling under the
v sm,, nmi cn-.- .it every irtndow, as weil aa
un the cobble, with people in their holiday cos?
tume--, presenl a sight to make one dissy. No one
ts cool and collected, no one suv.- the ,_r .i.inleri,
who remain aa they always do, and as they will
wheh Vesuvius llfti up .is voice as.un. as placid
Sn . polite a*- so many mounting ,lanela-** masters.
If you question a bystander h- .-hatters opaquely
tn the strange dialed of thc province. lt is a long
time before the revelling ends. L'ntll lat- in the
aft tt.,,,.11 the Streets are Impassable, and In the ev
liiere arc fireworks Kiil-re. Th*- bart train
laics for Naples while the fun ls still rampant In
the streets. Th- tire,! Neapolitan goes hungry home
nu.! bis wife tries tc smooth h-r crumpled holiday
gear and alienee rh- Inevitable bain at the same
time Everybody ls worn em and scorched three
times ov.r. but everybody ls patient and happ;.*.
This cheerful acceptance sf ti">iu>. conditions ls oom
of iii- saving traits of tbs Italian character.
.s*rc/f TiiiX'is nt1.1, HAPPEN.
From Thc Chicago Tribune.
Near-Sighted Old Qentletnsn Little boy, how
much does e i.lei- le like that one of youra??
Voling Woman iln bloomers) S.ri
WALL PAPER $1 ROLL, WAS $6.
Tills grWHE OMltt. BARDAH- UOlfE, 10 W. 23D-ST.