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Enterest *? boomen
To Sa*Ve Orchard House
Concord Women Will Restore and Open to the
Pviblk the Home of 4*Litt!e Women/'
, i Hon
a Little W< mt to be rw
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have c . '?? '
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gea s ug tht
and i "Not i lo i
there, sre de
who ha fieri
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which ratelnj i osei l?
v ?? "Little V
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t Is hoped the
ntry will Joli
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pers," the Con?
< .?r.l Women's ?
< ouse. or "Apple ?
? Di '?'. '. Hs :
Ihat er ved i
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lion might ?
it it. or
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ye, "il n '?
, , , ,.,.-. ? rigl i h md ror?
. i' ? ? ond gtoi i ? Uw
. ,,., n the a hi long
k ..ut into th? branches
,. i sgslnst
? r | . \ ter 1.ai? t ami snd
? | in t ? ? ?
,. ?- i . ivai alwaj.- h lot ei of
-As t > ?! the : ??i mg
thst i - Ii wen going lo
? . _ t o ? ?>(?".
me, : '?m know, n?;- Mi ? ?
:. n : lhal
? . ? away.' i ** ill mak?
si ? that can't ' s, tid May.
her paint bi ueh? - and ael
? -n the little ?panel of a ?ood o? i r
drea a big on I, that yon
day. If ; ou ? ou?d enter the
painting - Hre faded t Ith sge
now, but w? ..ro hoping to ! ie them ?res?
wi can i i he houa-e.
in Am?, '.?- friii. in i en sre ?sevi ?ral
charming things i?\?i the lio;i,i of her ?bed
; of the rising sun. 'Time to gel
up,' ah< aIWh? asid that it meant. 'When
eward II; ' la palntt d upon
th< ? Ii -? ! door In ?strong, . lear brush ?mars .
" the i?< srer ?wallows and tiny
paint 1 flying f.?r ?behind.
"Dos - ? ? the ?Hi Ing ?room la a ?paint?
? ?i -??'::?? n?i-iinHum
? ' ? r* ? ? ? . ' . one ds)
?hi \ . : i. Bcfon ihej faded
s of t win.
'' "'? ?? I id however, nol onlj U e
prlvil? go of seeing A i original pall tinga
I well renii . . ontinuee.
8 e was a Isl man, s hom
every ope I Bho wai .retary
? ' ' ? ? I \> oman'i ? liriatian Tem?
I ? ' our records she wrote
?n her ?".?.ii hand, snd we hntr* them now.
i am hoping that thi on -? ?? i ? tx in re?
?. i ?i. n i care
how much they ?give, n Ihey ?_."??.ly ?i
? ? an "????- r ten tho issnd
them in I alone, ? nd think how
much w< would get from Ius1 the pcnni?ea
if sill the m? n tho a hole i ountry
"W< ? ?_ d of all on I itions,
t we sll thi smsll
n get, I hould love more than
Ing elm to collect tl ? ? from
ersot i illdren
' ? ?? Miss Alt-Ott, snd other
I give t<
? ? nnles i?? oui fund,
-i ..- good a it ? rer
? ? .- anda of chil?
dn n who ws l ? ? some! ng foi 'Jo.'
? Wh ' ? f the four sisters?Mel
jo, i ? ' An ? t " rompt ?i an :
cried thi - thi pagt ? of the
hook ? '.'?<? brown house
the mecca for thoussnds <>i tourists? Ev?
knot ... mi of Mi -. fur
n Brooks, whose ?real name ;
and whose ?grandchildren '
I. ing In ' ?... "i'?i to-daj Bi Ih nevi r
\. the hi ? for she died ?before th" '
to O .?i ! louse snd ?l? -
i ? nd? i upon the s iccssa ol 'Jo'a'
writing \ ? ame art artist, aa she
sha did n??t marry .
a 8t Isa artist whom .
and aft< rwa? d d ?td si the
: . . : ? i .?? . .:;,tr?r is
r??w ',. -?i ? ls!t< ?1 M? -
? hlldren, ii.? children ?.?f Mra. Fred
Mrott 1 rstt '
ed freely I I -
. ?? they are ?; ? ?i;
good To pn " ?-? table ??ro?? ,
? ? ? ? lanched lu i old
water after boiling, it;' 11? ot done, they I
It la much
? - ? ofti n used,
. ? i
i bum r or
? li'h?ti is.? I
Orchard House, Concord, the home of Louise M. Alcott, snd Mrs. Henry C? Rolfe, president of the Concord Women's
Club, which proposes to restore the house and open it to the public.
Wulf* Three Women Found to
Bring in Many of Them.
A ?? onian whose ' ?'tur i.? In a small toara
li. Western ??hi?? cleared 009 laft y?ar rip?
ping, cleaning and pressing rarm?nts ?-?ho
did t! ? work m hrr spare time, snd it did
not in any Inttsrfere, ?-li? says, with bef
bouse * 01 h
"i had been working over some ??' my
"i?i dresses," she laid the reporter, "when
som? of m? neighbors admired my work
hin! ssid Ihey wished they could afford to
send their old dresses to toam in r? <lv?l
and mad? over. Though r wat onlj half
?- earnesi when i offered to t:ikf? the work,
glad to undertake it when ihey t?>?>k
: ? ai my word.
"With tir.it beginning i Just kep! on >;?t
t nc work. Borne was for ripping and
cleaning, some for dying. ,\t Ural my work
aas confined t<> women's and chllden's par
ments, bul ?gradually men's ?l,.-.!,??- ?,'t to
li . m; way, and as i iia?i taken ?ate
"f mj husband's clothes for a c? >???i many
they ?li'i ii"t glv4 me any trouble,
'li:- ii are no! man] rich j eople in our
town, and even tin?1-?, are not above scono*
mixing. When 1h? men f?'l!i of our family
wear their clothes out we are i:; the habit
of cutting them down for ?'tu- af th? boya,
? lead ,.f throwing them away, ?nul if t?i?
garments are not much worn ami u., work
Is carefully dons the cloth l?">ks about as
good as new and will <J?> the average boy
a- well a- a ?nit made of new cloth.
"All <?f tills work is <l<>n?' on the ha-k
i ?'i'!i or ii the laundry? I don'l know that
I M'OUld be ?'o Willing to till about ii if
ail the peopli who bring me t ?? ir old
? ? ?- to freshen were no! personal ac?
quaintances, which makes it quite different
from doing !.. for strangers if an ob?
lectionabl? person should bi ng me **,"rk.
ti?'t being ;? professional, i could easily re?
fi ? ? ,,ti i),?. plea of having all l c?,ui,i do
airead) "ii hand. The money i earn Is ;?li
my own. and makes ma feel that i can
npei I 11 Jus! n< I tak? th? notion. Thir
\...-ii i- '.-?s paid my expenses East, and
?i, later ";> ?t msv lake me a'-p^s the
Anothei woman In a Weetern city earn?,
i ? r.iii.? anii'ijtit laiin?leriiii* la,-?
curtains. Het horns Is on ti,?- outskirts of
th? city, ami rh? has a sunny backyard.
"i wanted to parti some money for my?
self, ar.'l .is lace curtains were th? Ural
r m.- ? .- were offered m? l t?>"k 'ein," sh?
va ? i had dont m ?? v\ii curtains for a
?good many years, an?) thes always looked
as well as, perhaps a mito hotter than.
my Daighhora'. Anyhow, it ?was ono of mi
neighbors ?that ???fftrorl ?to pay mo fur doing
her curtains. Sho said 1 ? 1 i? I my own ?SO
well i?h?? wanted me t?> ?!?? ?hora. ?She offarad
to pay mr 71 cants ths trlndosr, ?and ther?
wars ?-!* windows, so you know the
amount of my first earning*. H?r pries
was a quarter toss than she would have
had to pay at ihr? regular r'a' r- bul aa I
waan't pit to any extra expensa i wai
willing to take idem. Mow I ?have about
all that I want to ?lo. ?ml it dogsn'l Inter?
fere with my work gt ?boma. For a ion?
titne neither my hushgnd nor my daughti r
i knew about my d-otng n wiifti my da igl -
1er found it oui she was .? little worried;
f-aiii it ssmed as though a woman past
fifty who ha?i rained a family shouldn't
nor-il in do extra v,?<n k I told ?htf I was
?fire years ?younger than iior father, ami
just as i-ti >ng ami h?ealthy, and lines he
worked regulsrly I ?li'in't sea why i
shouldn't gel something ?congenial to put In
my ?spare time on. As fur my husband,
when the sumar time ?came around and he
?-r?it hi> mu weeka ?off snd i was ai?lo to
pay our way on g trip out the Jakts he
saw the Use of ray washing.
"t charge sccordlng t?? the style of th??
curtain snd ?the ?length of time I have been
working for the custom? r.
"People a ho have One ia<? curtains aro
always sble ?to !'.??>? more than th-ose hav?
ing the cbeapsrktnd. My ?prices ranne from
.'??> cent- s window t?? 11'."
A third woman living In g small town
reports that she ?has ?earned ?ISO a ..?-??ir ?by
using the ?surplus milk ?from ?one ?cow for
Ice cream, which she ?sella t" the ono small
?Imp st?>re of the town for use at its soda
"-'?hi sea, there are t-o many propio who
keep tli.ir own ?sows that It. la next In
?Impossible t,, ?ell milk," sh<? explained.
"When v.? Urs! began housek-eeptng ' used
t?? --iv?- aii tho milk i couldn't ass t.i my
negi.<>k t?. take home ?to h?er family.
i?tio day when ? saw her throw nut the
milk i had ?given htr in order to i-hit- a
, lot of crooked vegetables h?'iiK? in her hit!?
' tin bucket, i stopped Pfol coring to was!,
milk. I l"oke?l ?around for some wsy of
using it. snd after trying In vain to sell It
by the pint or quart. I hit upon the'plan
of makj**g it into i , . ream and selling it
t?? thi drug ?Store, where they h.i'l installed
a nnall ?gods fountain not l??ns before.
"Rince thon i have been makine up all
th" milk I could spaio :nf?? cream and'
delivering it to him ?laiiy.
"My profil h not very large, ?being only
M ? ?-tits on ea<ii .-a)'?? of cream, but l?e?
cause it is :-<? essy to mak? <in?i gives me
a wa' ol disposing of my milk si i pries
i could not gel ?ion by hauling II around
i am aatisflad. In several ?sma.i places
whert i hat ? s-cqugfntanceg woman with
extia milk aro following mi <: sample."
iMrs.flowfirri Takts Eddy Role
in Suffrage Pageant,
The pa-? of Mary Baker Kddy In t,ie
suffrage Pageant of Protest on Tuesday at
the Broadway Theatre arlll be taken by
i Mi . winia Bwanston Howard. This an?
aotmcamenl .--fives a grea! mystery, snd It I
is hoped it will settle a ;n-,i! Mntroversy.
When it srai proposed to repreaent the
mother of Christian Science there word
great differences "f opinion snsong those
Interested. Bome though! 'he act would
be construed to mean that all suffragettes
were Christian Bcientlats; others that all
?'iiristi.iu Scientists believed In votes for
women; others thai II was no! proper to
have, Mrs. Eddy in a theatrical perform?
anee ;?'. ail. In view of the tempeal raging
| the committee of Christian science suffra?
[gisti which had the rcsp-oiislbllity of the
affair have been trying to k?ei? dark the
name of the woman who will represent
Mrs. Eddy. Mrs. Howard, however, Is
lh< to i"- persona non grata t<? all, as
she i s Christian Sciential herself and has
BOQUlred fame by translating the writings
of t .?: Swedish authoress, Selms Lagerlof,
ii is announced ai.-?? that Mis- Arties
Mill? r, daughter of Henry Miller, the
actor, will tak?' the par! of the flfth suf?
frage st it". Washington. This is Miss
Miller's first appearance upon any stage.
Miss !.. Lira Burl swill be "Our Cause Mis>
Oave Oliver "Columbia" snd Frederick
Burton "Uncle Sam." Other Important
characters participating are Enlightenment,
Miss ly.tt.i Lint! Icum; the Law, Sheldon
ILenris; Average Man, Hall McAllister; Toll,
Miss Carlotta Xlelson; Maternity, Mrs. i.?i
Iwln Arden; Opposition, Miss Percy Uaraell.
and Indifference Miss Pola La FWlette.
Mrs. Paullni Knlghl ??ill read the prologue.
While suffragls! actress? ? have volun?
teered t.? ti,!<>. these speaking parts in the
pageant, tha charaeters In ti??- tablcgus
are Intrusted t" amateur.?.
Amonii Hi?- patronesses ar< Mrs Clarence
W. Mackay, Mrs. William J. Shlefflem,
Mrs Bsmuel L'ntermyer, Mri Henry \ II?
lar.i. Miss Florence Guernsey, Mr John
Winters Brannon, Mrs. William Tod Hal*
muth, Mrs. Simon Flexner, Mrs. .'"hn
!?' ''-. Mrs. Vladimir Simkbovltch and
Mrs. Archer Huntington. Those who have
bought boxes er? Mrs. Clarence W. Mac?
kay, Mis .i. Hedges Crowel!, Mrs. Henry
V'lllard. Miss Bpense and the Woman's
Equal i in .hi?. League, of Qreenwlch, I
Easter Parties for Children
With Rabbits, Chickens and Eggs It Is a Sim.
pie Matter to Amuse the Little Folks.
ChlMran are so f"n?i of the Rastet rah?
bits and chickens thai the giving al sa
Bastar party for children la g stmpls mat?
tor for th?* boataas wi??> Is willing |o sceept
the aaslstaacs of thesa smiabls animals.
Such affair?? range from the ?simple hunt
for Easter ?sggs to the slaborate dan?clng
parties, with fan? J ?Iross and ?foflllons.
One Which Is bolrifc planne i this season l?v
a woman t?> whom expanse i> ii"tliin? will
provide ?simple games for tho youngatcra
in quite an elaborate stag- ?sotting. ?OtM
hundred children are to bo Invitad, and
this moans, of orarse, ?_n?-tertalninenta
Which run themselves, a.- r?.eu the ?most
dOVOted helper.-: rotild not BtSOT s<> largl S
oompan.v through tho maze?: of new games.
a ?zoo-d _td.?faabloned Punch snd i ?
show will be the? first number on th" pro?
gramme, an?, thou mu? come danoinf* to
lively m ist'-, sa children have to be kept
aetlvo. The musidsns will not ?be in uni?
form, M man;,- tots who ?have an unfortu?
nate fear of ?policemen bave ?bean known
in times past to i.<? frightened by the
baunemen in Una -'i"! brass ?buttons, a
?picturesque darky with ?<*. ?banjo win elim?
inate ail ???nil;??! "f h???.'.? at this party.
After the dancing, "Going to Jerusalem"
will ?be ?played fot i short timo, ?ending
with a -cakewalk,?tthe .bit-dren in i
headed ?toward th? dining room. Judgt ?<
tho floor will I o ?m th? ?sratch ?or the
clavares! performers, to whom, of course,
priz??s uni ?have t?i awarded later.
Ths supper's the thing, always, at a
child's party, and this ho.-toss baa expended
most of lui- ?efforts in m iking the dining ;
room an Kaater paradiaa. There are to be
five tables, ?each seatiriK twenty children,
and ths --pa'-os between ths ?tables will be
trnnaf-ormod int.? ?groen Raids and barn?
yards, l.arco t?,?? horse will i ?? ,.i. tired
there, a- wen p.1-- real live ?"?its borrowed
from the farms in the neighborhood ??f this
country house. Milking stools will ?be
?placad for ?s?e?ats ?ground th<? low ?tables,
which tea to ?be built especially ;'", tin ^
patty. Tie ?mormoug ?gtas-?incloeed \y././???*
sdjolning ttie dining room win be used for)
soma of the tables, :-?? that they need sot]
be too close together, in far corners under l
I email redai Irai " Il s ? ?v-ps wltk re.
hens .--mi th ? rhickenr R?ai ducks w.
bs swimming In the basin of the founts1!
.h the ronservatory's end. ?ana.;,- Mri
will be lei loose, snd n i- hoped thay *?
Bi ab? .' and sing Th? only animate gg
real will l" ihe t?jy horses and a m?|tj
i,?!i?\? cow, cleverly manufactured tTv,
rugs snd a horn rack found In the a-airrt.
The flve tablet ?".ill be d???ora??d ntf
::, ft- animals, though here no attempt!
to be tnade to have them alive. At th ;
? ?ntr? of one table s large papi'r mat!?
rabbit ?ill hold a large pink ?and;? etn
filled wltl presen) f"i every child at ti.
party, and at each ilat? -?.?ii be a ?.^
rabbit to match, with s chocolate egg t>
eat. T?,<* second table will have a tovafc
fat hen in s spun sugar r.?*-t. with we'
, andy chicktafll In groups n?ar her. ani all
one at each child's r?'at?, .??tanding on
pi card The third a i hi <? a du k ?-.;
:?? edged around <? ? greea ?.put
? -.-. i- and looking ju.-i like a tiny po<j
.' v. Twenty small candy <-i. ks at
hi ?u t!.? pool, and ?,ih onr. aril* y,t. |?C)
t?, a s;,, on :n froat "* ?? chtld'g placa, ai
I SI II ?ill Sail toward I.im v.hrn th,
: ring i pulled, a .-pun sugar aeat ma
t lining cand ? ggi ai be ai each p;a. t
The fourth table ?Ail! have anotar mimj
lake aith . i at the < |ggg am]
, andy I Japanese dragan fii?i
disporting ' emselv? apon it a ptgip.ii
mini snake rill be al each plate to f?-i
th,- < ari'l - The r * ii tabl
' i.i nave an i "n?1< Hem :s cr? : ?* ,
' ' ? ' ???..,
Brer F ite a ; . | ?
The : upp4. i rdrnple, fnriui
Ing en ? riches and leet
Th?. latter will i ? |n .,,.. ahnst) ?* mu
chicken, and I bo egg . h?r--'
with fronting -. ferrent ? vr i
supper a lit! ? ? dancteg ??in i ? ,tj
lowed, prlaea swarded and animal seava
Bin distributed. ITben h i? ail ever it .
i, nun? ntt; ' ?? ted that en r- Rttle su?ai
even the m< ? of the < Itj ? ,tidr?r
i time ind" n?t ha?*
the party s i!: ? marred
Some VfaytS of the World
Ti.c girl alia has lost her worldly wealth
.1, ?r stil (Indi time ? hile ? anting h< i ? s ?
living to keep up her old friendships
sometimes has lo put up with ?advici I i
these friends, or rather scqualnnju ?
frien-ds would not ?be friends If ?they ?rom*
mltted su? n indiscretion? v.... ,# , Ifttle
I short of Insulting. After ?the lia?i inherited
| a let of lovely old china ami furniture, a
young woman arho ;.;??< been very succ??ss?
fui at the business of earning ?her living
! ?met one ??f these m?eddliag ?acqualntanee?
mi the train, snd the latter'- first question
was "Did your aunt leave you aaytl i
?On learning the character <?f the ? ??
i su?- ?tactfully ?remarked, "Well, if It's worth
anything sell It, and don't ?gel on ths town
?as an old co win of mine did. -She has a
lot "f stuff, i ul will not ?sell, and the ?con?
sequ-snea is all bar friends aro supporting
Another recipient of unwanted a?ivj?-e
| loot i: r money soon after refusing t?1
marry :i very wealthy mi n SI ? took .1
'?'?ita?-'- near s a*ell known seaside resort
[and supported herself b* putting up
pickles snd jama snd Ly writing children's
stories. Eventually n? r erstwhile admirer
bought ill? estate her cott?age aras on, and
the ?at::. tlOUS* srSS I irned into an Inn for
motorists, Tho owner paid a houxek? eper
to run it. m he -had Ideas shout boa ?an
up to ?da te Inn should be run, and ? Id
i,.'t 'a\?. carried them out If he had '
the )>ia, ? in ?, hotel keeper. \ ter a yeai
or ?\mi too housekeeper retired ' ?
busines life, ai'.i ?promi tly th? offl ?
fi Isnda began t?. imi on \n* th< ? If sup?
porting one to ?apply for the ?position,
arguing thai t>he would svrelj ?201 \%t
"firm? women," remarked the
n man, after ?to <t her tormentors I id
taken leave o? ;,<;-. "seem rapal ? <<( re?
tine mar 1 of feeling ?only with thoss to
[and who are not In need ot that trat tytt
pal ? Ich. m su ? . ?,- out
'? ??? ? ? tat :;ns: tk
... : , -
a ?,' ing splnsti r has broken ? s..." frei
lions of h4 ? and, tantead ?.
going ?,, ? .?? country ptaoi i I r larenri
has i"!- the laal taro years taken a Btd
i ungalow and, srith one maid ta Massjtrgr]
has i un i' ?i? llghtfully.
B never took g c? ?akteg tesaoa in k*\
life," her mother told s very ctochstl
old friend u-ho atas criticising the break
away, "but i ? has taught her gYgsnuusI
Idt.'?? season md serve things bsbi
perfectl) than my h gh and mighty ch.
? an dream of ??"incr. \\'h?n I a?-k her hei
? svar fotmd <>ut all thai she know:-, -1
.lu.-t smlleo ,m<! replies, 'Why, f Jusr kn?i>i
I at's au.'" \ s matter ot fa?-t. tit
young woman in question seiz?s on? d,iy
?i-"-?' ft- m brlilge snd other 'livr:s,?ns .m
ir iii- s it ft r s penante! ei ah r ? r
via pis end s cookbook tyvet g rant?, '"'
-, ' | X suceees, she says. Is kno*""?\
how to manage the ing?, I ?
ipproves of Is I teady oM tai
range ths 11? ds on i H
? >? . .- San i oui t the cook
a s m s - ? ii -??? estai in si
furniture ?? en? confessed that A
her Hi I oped to Brad i m ral eng
partmenl with hMden ?jewels. Bhs --?h
he ?i- \?-i- s en: into sn old ' ? il
-,\ ,r ? ? th< , ? re ??? hunt fer a pasad i
i he s .i ? ?*? ' g ai ' - - !-">??? s treat
itoniehed owners Ph
slior? loo, allui m? ni ?. I ? ? ??1
mlglu ti"t ' res ?? .,-? . ahora? ^
fall ?? .' nltians t ;t
she f? els sure she a irai
r-, I . ., und.
Our Letter 'Boje
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my i ONO LOI i UNCLE.
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was. As I i.,.,?' ?! him when ir waa, he
.. nam?. S> hen 1 told . Ira h?
surprise, and said; "WI13,
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? ?? 1 Utile den ??'??] Llttl? .'. "in, n you
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going ?ai I ? ,11 the room. He
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I.KNA 1 ?;:' 1 s 11. rag? 1 Ii
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A WONDERFUL STORY.
1,. don t o il. ?i,,f,-; tell!
, .... hand 1 ..nul,
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' ? ' e land is large,
... the liveloni
rom?- ?in na
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A GAMt FOR THE CARS.
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people s ? . ?
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; .1.: .'..'..' . .?o si?
derl) gentleman below an sdvertlsemenl
??. r baby's (.I, <?>? i? baby beneath s shav?
ing soap sd> ? i tlsetiM nt, or a verj bald per
-??a sitting unconsciously b?meatli a Rair
I tonli "ign, or .? tramp beneath s s??.?p
advertisement, it Is fun, too, to read from
one sdverti ? hkjui on lo the next, as
? . igh the? lielonged together Tou may
read, i"i instance, that s certain breakfast
f.i i- ex< ? n? ut i??' the 1 sir, ni that con?
drnsed soup, frequently applied, will mske
car m? i t i?.??k iik. new.
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR.
i ?. ., Edltoi Tou u li ? ? by m; ?.??? \r* i
t ? i haw ?been Ici and unable lo s i It?
0 nd than! yo*i rer? much for ? ' rhrck
1 receive?! for m; o? It wa s pleasstil
surprise when mother brought -.t to rate.
i pries it very much, it is the rust money
i ever earned. Fours trulj.
Si Jol i Hospital, Prooklyn.
Dear Editor: Thank you vary much for
t'i?. boa of paints you sent me, It is th?>
m -t pi..... i . ?.. i m on. rout verj i
rerel HELEN KEHNSTfKTK.
So, ?91 W?*?sl 17m h ireet, Ken fork.
i'rai Editor I received your purse end
? m verj thankful t" you for it V'ours
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, .i m . stn et, Ses \ nrk
Deal i ditor i am In recelp! of th? i,and
I ,,.in. i ,i .. whl? it .-?") ;,,?..?',.?,I in- as ???
THE ROACH TRAP PUZZLE
Mi I;.. , i hmI ni ?? il? ai, OUl l"i ?
nbl* .,')'! ha??
i ?i ne? com
? i und? rstand 1*1
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| at' fi ?1 USS lite -am? lei I?
. . , ? ,,,,. letter In ea? ? ??- I I
nom out spelling ol the same s ? ' ?.n?
.. 11 i ros<-h i > ? ef n ihi il s| ? ' ?
? - kind en nigh to pi inl the s si nlni lot
an in? ,.tii?i roaches Whsl does the r-lgn
- ' ' ,i 'it- "?i? i?ft-? la e*i'h won! .ind I
? "u ?.ai read Dm wanitag. i
i and thank .'.??u very much for same.
Ri ? tfully, FRANK ANDERSON.
\. ?it.' Wost? heeler avenue?
|i?i?r Editor: i received your book on
Tuesdai and wai very much pleased with
It. Thanking rou v?r\ much for It, yours
Irul EDNA I*. WAN'.M ? i. Rft
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I ?? ar Rdltotr ; i hank iou verj m fo
t!,< , heck jeu sen! nu It I the firs!
check i ever rr-relved
M.l'i-N T HOTALING
N.? i Quail '? ? el, liben).
i ?. ;?? Rdllor i 11,silk ) ou v ? i <? ?? . !"'
i lie beautiful prl se which yon t?eiil m?
fl U.TEH MEt KR,
? .. ?es i ..,??;, ? m. . . . Brooklyn
11 ? .fi?i 11? upon i,"- n<-??!
M ? OP II :> H'I I'.t ? ' ? ' ?
in.) ??"- . i1, colored i,.
\- .1 ., ;.,m and us! i " r ? '
\ :i,i iij him ran u|>on his feel
\ pupp]. , olor? ,i like I lie rose,
As sun . i ;, uador und Kran? ?
a - sure as i"" u . end ?.!
And you, Indeed, ma) see yourself
This m,,si extraordlnai ?? rHg .: ;
lor lilacs, child, ?and i"-- . too,
A:, \> rj often i lored >?? hite!
LAST WEEKS PRIZE WINNERS.
l.'Ht Pi i7.\i- -Wh< n ii"- white holes In the
black strip at,- |,ia,, ,i prop? rlj over tlu
1, titos ,,ii the blackboard l! ?'Ill be found
li.at Willie Roach mu I no] sal randy,
, ake, , im, pie and k II) durln l-ent The
thnes prise winner an? their priaes ara
Loralno Sammons, iaed Freeport,
v v. a bos of water color paint?,; Albert
Greene, :j."i li n, ?So. S Hanson P ? ??
Je i ? I? .i N v . a stei Uni silver Ti Ibune
? ...II, m.. st..nt"ti r nnlng, eg? .i nine
r,n \. ? i i, i. Island, .,?, Inti rest?
im.. ? ? "h
Thin? l 'i -mi k \ ?? .: The two pria?
y , n? i s an?! their pris? i. i .mil tow ns,
.;.- ,' I ?.. 1,. i: i I i.' IO| :? . I.' I' I' : ,.nl. .
r,,,i nil?. I ., it pin, an I Samuel /.elger, aged
. . ,i Su I.'?. .'. .-I -.1?,, i. B..l'ii. a gold
tilled n. . Iii-p
? ?m i. n? r \ .-'? ? etl? by prise a in
i '.i A us til ; ? \
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\?. r i,,i,, Pagan ' i Helen Field - ?,?, .
vlevi i ? -ii.i -| ?, '. ,i ? i:
. 1 i., n L. K. ?..in! "i,, i?. Uaiii- i Ureen? ,
Things to Think About
M'.?li:?".I?'Al. i:vl?:.M.\ I
.\l\ I, i. '?. .- is small anlntaJ thai
often rery troubtaiome; mj t, ?? Is a use?
ful animal notisd for it; strength;
i, :?. :' i something II a' pi
fui m ?inter than In summer; mj I, i. is
i i?. unite ,?r blend. and mj whol Is ?
?i. ?n- nelghl.' th s count i j thai I ? I
Ing a rath? r unpl?et ml time lust t
One ?? ??.: ? qua re is ? m
each of t ;??- i loa ing , nteni es
i i?., ? ..?i m,? a limit - '
i en ii.o min Itself seenred te
Ing i?? ?!?? honoi '" iio? ?'.?
i im Ri an- Is going to p s >
i i. thought i heard fool ?
i ?Something that will srrlt the
little m?m and aromen ee another n
of t he gundsj 'ft Ihun?
_? a kui'i of turf which, when dried, ? n
be used for fut I,
.: A kn???k
i a ?pronoun
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t.y third is In i *
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My wholo | iiMjn when I
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ANSWERS TO PUZZI f T??
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Hote; to Win a Vrize,
Conte : Se i 11:,.-.. - pmp Pui
Cholee ot s i U rllng sllv? r Ti Ibune '
i sel ol ? attle ihlp poali ards, ., Qerm i
silver purse with chain, an - i ?
book, g gold riii.-'i i" it pin, g bos ol wi
" i ? paints "i u gold nils i He ? i
Hm isatesi and b*at three anaarera.
Conteet No. t (Drawing Contest) i
"i i ? same priai ..?; ai a ?Itere i In < tontet t
N.' i f"t- the i? ii two di aa Ingi
''? ?t? -, N ? .: (Tl n ? ? . . i : Ink .b tl
11 -? x sul any la.,.- foui p laal?
"" like, and to the . . .,.? ami bei
'-' " "'"?>' we off? the ? hoi ? > Hi
rise as In Contest \, i
I ???.!. i No. ? (Our i.. ???!'.... v , . ,
"' ?? ?? glv? n i,,) ever) lettei print? u
????? ?-?-ding Tl I, .,,.,... |nc|
,:' ' ".i Hf? "? ta loi ?.. pe? nove
"' ll"?,? ' M' ri? i. thing ... en In trav? i
I 'or!? ? Tlu . tori, rnubi be
orlgsiaial ai ,i musl be written on on?
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and write ? ta\ eat
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