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THE WASHINGTON WA S i I N G T ONHRALDSUN HERALD HE It A L D SUNDAY D A YN NOVEMBER NO V E MB E R 11 1506 1 gO 0 G
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A WIDOW wiDo W WORDALOGlfB WORDALOGlfBMans WORDALOGL1IMans
Mans Ideal and Womans Deal DealBy DealBy DealBy
By HELEN ROWLAND
Who is the WaU womanT asked sked ked the thewidow thewIdow thewidow
widow pensively toying y down Jt Iter hbroIdry r em embroidery embroidery ¬
broidery hoop and clasping elllspl g her hands s be behind De Dehind b bhind ¬
hind her head headThe headThe hedThe
The bachelor b cltelor blew a smoke ring 11 iin re reflectlvely Ii IilIectlve1y rfieeUver =
flectlvely and sj squinted through tlIr agh it at the thewidow thewidow thewidow
widow widow4t
t tYouve jYouve
4t Youve got powder on your nose oee he heremarked heremarked heremerked
remarked disapprovingly disapprovinglyThe diappr gt gtThe
The widow snatched up a ftlace diaphanous diaphanouslace dtap1laaou5lace
lace handkerchief and aa began 1Hp rubbing her hernose herno hernose
nose no 7 7Have
noseHave Have I got toe much on ertr she asked askedanxiously aekedanxoueb eel eelnxoUIIIJ
anxiously anxiouslyAny anxouebAn nxoUIIIJAn7
Any An replied the bfttiheJar wHIt ate dlgnifled atenl dignrned
nifled nl ed scorn Is lz to too nwdt IUdtIa IUdtIaeyes ta a e mans manseyes maa maaeyes
eyes eyesThe eyesThe >
eyesThe
The widow laughed aad stepped top robbing robbingher rubbl rubblher rubbingher
her nose noseBut DORBut nosel3ut
But it isnt in his eyes she pro protested protested p ptested ¬
tested if i it is s put on so Artistically that thathe tbathe thathe
he doesnt see it It Getting GetUD it on straight straightis
is such an art and the widow sighed sighedBlack sIbedBlack sighedB1aek
Black art you mean JlHlltft exclaimed the thebachelor thebachelor thebachelor
bachelor disgustedly dl8t tedl UA A madeup woman womanis womanig womanIs
is like paste Jewelry jewel y and imitation brica bricabrac brtcabrae brieabrac
brac She looks cheap and unsubstantial unsubstantialand 1I8
and oo as though she woudut wear well wellEven wellEven wellEven
Even granting that yon arent baK baKc good goodenough goodenough
enough c for forWhat ue ueWhai noWhat
What WhaiAnd WhatAnd Whatied
And that you dont come up p to oar oerstandards oarstandards Oitstandards
standards standardsThe standards standardsTh standardsThe
The Th widow dropped hr embroidery hoop hoopand Mopand hOOPand
and sat up with blazing eyes eyesYou eyaYou eyehYou
You flatter yourself Mr Tnwers TnwersNo TraftlSuNo TraversNo
uNo No I dont retorted tbe tbehIts bachelor bachelorIts baCheI4WIt
hIts Its It s you who flatter us Mo when he you ou think thinkit tldnkIt thiflkIt
it necessary necessar to platter over your delects delectsand defeetsand 4efeCtSand
and put additions on your figures and androuge aJIdrouge
1
rouge on your cheeks and nd frills on your yourmanners yourmannen yourmanners
manners As a matter of fact fact be added addeddecisively IHIcIecIdecisively addeddecisively
decisively a a mans ideal is z a natural naturalwoman naturalwoman tQral tQralwoman
woman with a natural tural comptexton and andnatural and11atural andnatural
natural hair and natural ways and nat natural Datural natuial ¬
ural selfrespect selfrespectThe seICresJeelThe selfrespectThe
The widow Idow sighed and took op her em embroidery eMbroidery embrokiery ¬
broidery hoop again againI
I used to think so too toosbe she snfd sad sadly 8dh 8dThe ¬
ly 1
lyThe
The bachelor lifted his e eyebrows in inquiringly 111quiringb inquIrln1y ¬
quiringly quiringlyBefore quiringbBeCore quIrln1yBetore
Before I discovered she explained explainedhat explainedhAt explainedhat
hat it was Just al a often a woman with withbuttercotored wltbbutt withbuttercolored
buttercotored butt reolored hair and a tailormade flg flgure deure 1Igure
ure and a past t and a manufactured manufacturedbloom JDiltDutacturedbloom nsnufacturedbloom
bloom of health Th The truth te she con concluded concluded cmieluded ¬
cluded stabbing her needle ne very el carefully carefullyinto careiuUyinto carefullyinto
into tbe center ce ter of an unhealthy U h 31tbY looking lookinggreen lookln looklnsreen lookinggreen
green silk roee that no two men admire admirethe admirethc admirethe
the same woman and no one man ad admires admires ad7nres ¬
mires 7nres the same thing in two women womenNow WOIDMINow womenNow
Now theres there Miss Gunning who wears wearsa
a sweater and soys 78 damn and Is per perfectly perfectly p pfeetly ¬
fectly natural and selfrespecting 8elfrespecUuNo < and andNo andNo
uNo No man gets ecstatic ec over a a bad imita imitation imttation Imitation ¬
tion of himself elt expostulated the bache bachelor bachelor bachebr ¬
lor lorThen
Then why wh gUd aid the widow laying
down h her r needle and nxing tbe bachelor bachelorwith bachelorwith bachelorwith
with a glittering eye do ye 7M spend speDCImueh so somuch somuch
much time on the golf links Uoh and out driv driving drivIng drIvIng ¬
ing and hunting and walking walktr lktr with her herBecause herBecauae herBecause
Because exlained the bachelor bachelormeekly bclIelormeekly bachelormeekly
meekly she sometimes hits hit8the the ball and andshe andshe andshe
she can sit t in her saddle without being beingtied betatied beingtied
tied there and she doesnt grab the reins reinsnor relM relM110r reins11cr
nor call a a hoof a saw aw But But he added addedfervently addedf addedfrvently
fervently f rvendy Id take my bat and run it ifshe itshe Itshe
she asked me to SDend my myHfe life with her herOh herOh herOh
Oh well the widow w tossed her head headindependently headindependently headindependently
independently She wont Miss Gunning Gunningcan Gunnt Gunntcan
can take care of herself herselfThats herHltThats herselfThats
Thats just it Darned the bachelor bachelorThe bacbPlorThe bachelorThe
The very fact that sUe can take care zu zuherself of ofherself ofht
herself ht > Tself and get across gutters ten1 alone nlo e and andpick dpick andpick
pick up things for Jtenetr Mre and handle her herown belown herown
own horse and beat me at golf and tennis tennistakes teDDlstakes tennistakes
takes away that gratifying t1f1tDc sense of pro protection 110tectfon protect1on ¬
tection tectionAnd tectfonAnd tect1onAnd
And superiority interposed the thewidow Olewidow thewidow
widow softly softlyThat IOftlyThat softlyThat
That a man likes to feel toward a awoman awoman awoman
woman concluded the bachelor ignoring ignoringher Ipcrlngher ignoringher
her u Muscle lu cleM and biceps and a 22inch 22inchwaist ZIncbw 3Inchwaist
waist w bt he added are refreshing retretlbia but in intime Intime intime
time they get on your nerves It may not notbe BOtbe notbe
be Immoral for a dear little thing to say saydamn saydamn saydarnn
damn but it affects a a man just as it itwould itwould Itwould
would to hear a canary bird squawking squawkinglike squawkiaclike squawkinglike
like a parrot When n a chap Is going got for fora forn forIt
a walk cross s country he may pick out the tbegirl thegirl thegirt
girl with the stride and the strong stlOl1 back backwho backwho backwho
who can leap a fence and help herself over overpuddles oerpuddles overpuddles
puddles to accompany him but when he heis heIs heIs
is ready for a walk to the altar he natur naturally naturaUy naturally ¬
ally prefers somebody somebod who understands understandsthe understandsthe understandsthe
the art of leaning gently on the masculine masculinearm JWa CUUnearm masculinearm
arm and who hasnt t any rough edges edgesor
or orSharp Sharp points of view 1e awggosted the tbewidow thewidow thewidow
widow widowOr widowOr widowOr
Or opinions on the snwdlty DC the thesexes tilestxes thesexes
sexes added the theOr bachelor bachelorOr bacheior40r
Or on DoHtics lOlttJeLI DoWtiCoOr DoHticsOr
I Or the higher r mTe fffOr lifeOr mTeOr
Or on anything but the latest way to tocurl tocurl tocurl
curl her hair and make over a hat hat fin finished AD ADIshed InIshed ¬
ished the widow Isnt it funny tumayadded she sheadded sheadded
added thoughtfully twisting a French F h knot knotinto kaotinto knotinto
into the center ter of the sickly green rose rosehow ro eho rosehow
how ho many men idealise a aThe fool foolThe i6 rTbe
The bachelor started startedI startedII
I II I beg your pardon he stammered stammeredAll stammeredAll
All 11 a a woman has got to know In order orderto orderto orderto
to wear r a halo went on the widow widowcalmly widowcalmly widowcalmly
calmly fastening the French knot with a aJerk ajerk ajerk
Jerk of her needle Is te how to keep it on onstraight onstraiSht onstraight
straight All a man demands of her is the tbenegative thenegative thenegative
negative virtues and the knowledge of ofhow orhow oChow
how not to do things bow not to think thinkhow thinkhow thinkhow
how not to argue al how not to nag how hownot bownot hownot
not to theorize tbeol1 how not to be athletic athletichow athletichow athletichow
how not to spend money how not to take takecare takeCAre takecare
care of herself hw not notYouxe ootYou8 notYouve
Youxe got t your ideas into a French Frenchknot Frenchknot Frenchknot
t knot broke In n the bachelor desperate desperately desperateYoure ¬
ly Youre all tangled up U in the thread threadof threador threadof
of YOUr argument It isnt how 00 not to todo todo todo
do things but how 00 to do them that te teimportant IIIjmportant IsImportant
important to a woman It Isnt what hat she shedoes shedoea shedoes
does but how she does it that t matters mattersShe naaUeraShe natter natterShe
She may commit a highway murder or orlow orlow orlow
low down burglary and If she sh does d it in ina Ina Ina
a ruffled rumedsktrt sktrt and a picture hat any man manwill manwn manwill
will wn forgive her Her Hermorale morals may be as ascrooked IUScrooked ascrooked
crooked and dark as a lane at midnight midnightbut mldnilbtbut midnightbut
but if her manners are smooth smooe tb and an gen gentle 8mtIe gentie ¬
tIe and guileless iand and tender t nder she can de deceive de decele decetve ¬
ceive the cleverest man alive into believ bellevIng beueving believing ¬
ing her a nun It isnt what she says but buthow buthow mithow
how she says it that counts There are aresome aresome aresome
some women who could read your death deathwarrant deathwarrant deathwarrant
warrant or repeat the multiplication table tablein tableIn tableIn
in such a confiding conft4ln Yoke and with such sucha
a tender tenderglance glance that you would want wa t to totake totake totake
take them in your arms and thank them themfor tbeqt the thefor
for It It isnt what a woman wears but buthow buttow buthow
how she wears It its not her beauty nor norher norler nora
a her ler talents nor her h r frocks that make her herfascinating rt1SefnaUng herfascinating
fascinating but her ways ys the little ear earmarks earmarks earmarks ¬
marks of femininity ffmlnln1t that tied put on onory o ev every evcry ¬
cry creature cr ture born to wear petticoats tIcoat and andif andIf andIf
if shes got those she may be a Lucretia LucretiaBorgia LucretiaBorgia LucretiaBorgin
Borgia or a Bloody Bloody1lary Mary at heart she shemay Jhemay shemay
may be brown or yellow etlow or pale green greenshe sreensbe greenshe
she may ma be old or young big or little littlestupid Jltt1e Jltt1estupid llttlestupid
stupid or clever and still wear a beauti beautiful beautiful beautiful ¬
ful halo The trouble he added nicking nickingthe ftlcklncthe Ihekingthe
the end of his cigar thoughtfully though l1lIly is not notwith notwith notwith
with mans Ideal but with womans deal dealShe dealShe dealShe
She holds al all the cards but she plays playsthem playsthem playsthem
them badly When a twwspot of flattery flatterywould atterywould flatterywould
would win her point she deals a chap chapthe chapthe chapthe
the queen of arguments when the five of ofsmiles orsmiles ofsmiles
smiles would tak take the trick for her she sheplays sheplays sheplays
plays tbe deuce of a pout When heR the ace aceof aceor aceof
of sympathy or the tea of r tact would w ulcl put putthe putthe putthe
the whole game of love ove into her handsshe hands hAdasite handssho
she thinks it is time to be funny and andiilngs andlngg andslings
slings a man the joker jokerThe jokerThe jokerThe
The widow 1 laid W her work ork on the table tablebeside tabl tablbesIde tablebeside
beside her folded her Hands In her lap lapand lapand lapand
and smiled at the bachelor sweetly 1 et1 j jThats JuTlt1 jThatl
Thats just what I said she sherempk sherempked remark remarked remrked ¬
ed gently gentlyWhat geut1t11t geutl geutlhat
What hat you Ou said saidThe saidThe a
4 The widow nodded and rubbed her hernOSE hernOSEleMlnlsctntJr nose nosereminiscent
4 reminiscent ly with the end of her hand handkerchief h handkerchief nd ndkerchief ¬
kerchief kerchiefYea kerchiefl kerchiefYOe
Yea l YOe B se s replied it isnt putting pow powder powdel powder ¬
der on your OUI nose or rouge on your cheeks
or perfume on your petticoats or a broad broadA1 blOtLdA broadA
A1 A on your accent that shocks a a man manbut maDbut manbut
but putting them on OIi IimrUsUcally It ItIsnt ItIsnt ItIsnt
Isnt the th things you do but the things you youoverdo twoverdo youoverdo
overdo that thatoiTaMls offends masculine taste Its Itsthe ltathe ItSthe
the overdone woman that a man hates hatesthe hates hatesthe batesthe
the woman who is overdressed oerdr overdres ed d or overly overlymadeup Oelymadeup overlymadeup
madeup or overly cordial or overly flat flattering fiatterln flattoting ¬
toting terln or overly clever or overly good or oroverly oroverly oroverly
overly anything JaY thing He doesnt want to see seehow seehow 1 1how
how the wheels go around at the toilet toilettable totlettable toilettable
table or In a womans head or her heart bdartand hartand heartand
and its the subtle illusive little things thingsthat tllinpthat thingsthat
that he doesnt notice until he steps on onher Ofther onher
her and finds her looking up adoringly adoringlyat
at him under his nose that he idealizes idealizesAnd JdeaUzesAnd idealizesAnd
And marries added the bachelor con conclusively eonlustvel7 conelusively ¬
elusively clusivelyAnd elusivelyAn4 lustvel7And
And then forgets sighed the widow widowwhile widowwkDe widowwhile
while he goes oft to amuse Am himself with withthe withthe withthe
the obvious person with peroxide hair and anda anda anda
I dont know
a a straightfront figure
The date of the Washington concerts by bythe b bythe
the S s ColeridgeTaylor Society is an announced annouDce announced ¬ I
nounced nouDce for November 21 1 end 22 tt 2 The so society SQdet society ¬
ciety det will be under the direction of Mr AirColeridgeTaylor MrColeridgeTaylor MrColeridgeTaylor
ColeridgeTaylor himself and will sing singThe sa sarhe singTbe
rhe The Atonement Aton t awl jwl The Quadroon QuadroonGirt QuadroonGlii QuadroonGirl
Girt on Wednesday Wed teaday evening evenln November NovembfraJHl
2 3 and Hiawatha Heawat I on the Thursday Thu dlY fol following follo fellowing ¬
lo lowing The soloists will 111 be Mrs Irs Kathe Kathertne Kathertae Kathelne
rtne Skeene Mitchell soprano Mr George GeorgeI
I Holt tenor and Mr lr Harry Burteiffli Burteifflibarytone BurIeICItbarytOne Burleighbarytone
barytone barytoneThe barytOneThe barytoneThe
The second meeting of the Students StudentsClub Stuc1entsClub StudentsClub
Club of the Washington College of Music Musicwill Musicwill Iusie IusieWill
will be neW at 1228 i Massachusetts avenue avenueon aven avenon avenueon
on the evening of November 15 15 The sub subject subject subject ¬
ject of the meeting t1ng will iN b be Haydn and andJudging andJudging andjudging
Judging from the attendance att ndtUlCe and enthu enthusiasm enthusiasm enthustoma ¬
siasm at the last meeting held in the thecollege thecoUece thecollege
college drawing drawl room a most most Instructive Instructived IaatrucUvead Instructiveand
ad d enjoyable joyable hour will be spent by the theudents thestudents thestudents
students udents and their friends friendsMr friendslr friendsMr
Mr Oscar Franklin Comstock gave his hisvemher hwNev hisNevbmber
Nev Nevbmber vemher studio tudlo recital last Wednesday Wednesdayjad Wednesdayand YMlleMaYaucI
and brought out one of his 11 most premis premising proaatIng promlelug ¬
ing piano pupils Miss Helen Calhoun Calbounwho Calhounwho Gabbounwho
who played with 1th excellent taste a a Beetho Beethoven Beetboen Beethovon ¬
von en sonata the Reinecke ballade and andseveral andseera andseveral
several minor pieces Mr Ir Clarence H HChiMs HChUds IL ILChilds
ChiMs tenor was heard to good advan advantage advantase adrantage ¬
tage In three songs by Chadwlck ChftdwlckNoc ChftdwlckNocturne ChndwlekNOCtame Noc Nocturne ¬
turne The Lily and Before th thDawn tM tMDawn theDawn
Dawn Mr r Comstock sang a group of ofsongs ofsongs ofsongs
songs delightfully i btfuIlY and with Miss Cal Calboun Calhoun Calboun ¬
boun ended the t he programme by playing playingChopins playiDChoplft playingChopIns <
Chopins Rondo for two pianos pianosThe plaDOSThe pianosThe
The first meeting meetla of the WilsonGreene WilsonGreeneopera WilsonGreeneopera rn cmGreeM cmGreeMopera
opera class was held last Monday night nightat nlhtat nightat
at the new home of Mr r and Mrs trs Thomas ThomasEvans ThomasEans ThomasEvans
Evans Greene on Sixteenth street A Ashort Aabort Ashort
short rehearsal showed that tha t the members membershad membersbad membershad
had not forgotten their tr training of last lastwinter aattnter last1nter
winter The class will present a week of ofopera otopera1iOOut ofopera
opera opera1iOOut about the 1st of February The Theoperas Theoperas Theoperas
operas to be presented presente are Cirmen CirmenRigoletto C CarmenRigoletto rme rme1UgoIetto
Rigoletto and II Trovatore with a aspecial aspecial aspecial
special matin ma matinee at which time The TheChimes TheChimes TheChimes
Chimes of Normandy will be sung sungOwiner SUUCOwing sungOwing
Owing to the government engagements engagementsthe
the concert by the Marine Band for last lastSunday 1astSunday lastSunday
Sunday evening eve lng was omitted and the theseries theerlea theseries
series will begin on November S So with tth > Mr MrJacques MrJacques MrJacques
Jacques Van Va Poucke darfenettst as asoMst uMr asminim
minim Mr Saiitetuuum the tender of ofhe ofthe ofthe
the he band Intends to sjeieet e1eet t the aotefata for fore fortJte forthese
these e Sunday evening donoarts os s from 1WIIt th thmberanip the tllemembelllldp themembership
membelllldp mberanip of the organization organizationAn
An excellent concert was given last testonday lastMonday lasttonday
Monday onday at Trinity Pariah Hall when Mr Mrrohn irJohn MrJohn
John douse gave a programme of piano pianomete pianonaWilie pianoinsole
insole mete which whteb he performed with good ef efect effeet etfeet
feet ect especially the familiar second Rbap Rbapxtffe Rbapsedle Rhapsedie
xtffe by 14st and Griegs Au den Freub Freuhiing Freublinc Freubhag
hag linc Mrs Mary D Farrar was AS very suc succesful succestuI suecesful
cesful in O Divine Redeemer by Gou Gounod Gounod Gnunod ¬
nod Mr George B Bullough sang well wellStuarts wellStuarts wellStuarts
Stuarts Banddero and Mr O F Com Comstock Com8tOCk Cornstock ¬
stock sang in good voice Nevins Nevin O that thatWe thatVe thatWe
We Ve Two Were r re Maying Drink to Me MeOnly IeOnly e eOnly
Only with Thine Eyes The Lord Is My MyLight MyLight y yLight
Light by AHItson R and Del BJegos RI 0 ODry 0Dry 0Dry
Dry Those Tears with 1th violin obligate obDptoXr by byMr byMr
Mr WilliamRose Rummel Mr Rummel Rummelshowed Rumineishowed
showed fine technique In Arts Runes by byWienlawgki byWIenIwl
Wienlawgki Wienla l and it is not too much to say saythat saTI su suthat
I that the playing of this young y g violinIst vfottafetforetells violinIstforetells Iolhtl t troretells
foretells a brilliant and successful succe 8t ul l future futureMiss futureJa futureMiss
Miss Mary Helen Jeer mezzo soprano sopranowho opraJlOwho sopranowho
who is a member of the Washington Con Concert Concet Concert ¬
cert Choir and also a teacher of singing singingin
in this city will give a studio recital at at1l4
1214 F street about bout the 1st of December DecemberMrs DecemberIra DecemberMrs
Mrs Ira Emilie Marcon will v I play severalpiano several seTralplaao severalpiano
piano selections ti0n8 and will also accompany accompanyMiss accompanyM accompanyMien
Miss M Leefe LeefeMfee LeefeJ1J8s LeefeMiss
Miss Irene Ir e Dieterich the coloratura so soprano soprano soprano ¬
prano received a splendid welcome at the thepublic tilepuhllc thepublic
public concert given by the Harmonic So Society Seclet7 Snclet3 ¬
ciety in IS Baltimore On Wednesday last lastA lastA lastA
A musical Jn l evening with the Morsel orHII Vo Vocal Vocal Vocal ¬
cal Club Mr Ir Herndon Morsell director directorjtlise dlrectJrii dlrectrMISS
MISS ii Dorothy Dor6th Houchcn accompanist is isannounced IsamIOUneed isannounced
announced for Wednesday evening No November Xov Noveanber ¬
vember v ber 14 IL Beside a a number of choruses chorusesby choruMSby chorusesby
by the club cl the programme will 111 include includesongs Includegs Includesongs
songs gs by Miss 111 Emma Houchen Miss An Ancelia Ancella Ancells
celia B Fichtuv Fieher Miss Carolyn Smith Mr MrOwen llrOwen MrOwen
Owen Mr Ir Kenneth W r Ogden Mr r
Charles W V Moore a 8 male quartet a la ladies ladies 1 1dies ¬
dies chorus and several songs s by Mr MrMorsell 1IrMorsell MrMorsel
Morsell himself himselfMiss himselfXI8s himself4ias
Miss Bertha A Mori daughter of Mr MrE 1IrE MrF
E F E Mon director of music m at Concordia ConcordiaLutheran CoacordlaLutheran ConcordlaLutheran
Lutheran Church has accepted the post position ition posttion ¬
tion of teacher of music and languages languagesat lA ge geat
at the th < Noble le Institute ln Utute Anniston Ala AlaMrs AJaMrs Al AlMrs
Mrs George GeGI1 e W r Cox Co soprano praao has be become becORle become ¬
come a member of the choir of St Mat Matthews Matthews Matthews ¬
thews Roman Catholic Church ChurchThe ChurchTite ChurchThe
The Heond second concert eon t of the Hakemann HakemannConcert RakemaJlnConcert RakemnanConcert
Concert Orchestra Assisted by Miss MteFranceska MfaFraneeaka MissFrnceska
Franceska Kaspar Ka plr soprano will be given givenI giventhla giventhis
I this evening at the Betesco B Jaseo Theater The Thefollowing Thef Thefollowing
following f llowt programme will be rendered renderedOratm rendereclom renderedOreTtafe
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a Aatede w rridUwtkre Iri fbi W Maw Memra 1 ItMeLaeM ItMeLaeMArfa Re teLa teLaria Laedie Laedietrfp
Arfa ria D Dell Vfc IeItI her r Marriage e cf PfeM PIwaI PIwaIt Mount MoaartSites MountMhe
Sites t 8 Ka tar ItqarSilts tarStlite tr trStfte
Silts n The Kings < s Bat Mo 3Iaq 3Iaqa I rat Bemfe Bemfea
< a lie Derrtahea DerrtaheaW D Dervl es eshi
DhMttta
W BlMfcMNl hMttta Patiap Patiape FadRp1I1DtJoo
e UfaOoo PrieaU IrieIdI Irhasdl
dI 41 The T CMMeks c ks ksOW J I IOU
OU Pafta at BMM BMMString nnck nnckStriDg iluneSring
String Qrebeatra QrebeatraIntroduction OrciMM OrciMMI Or mira miraIntadsetiss
Introduction I Carmen 1arnesiWelts BiaK BiaKWate BIaetWaID
Welts SMC Item UCItIM sod HIIJ JtiHatf JsaiCasual JsaiCasualMM W G GMd GMdl1H na l lMtes
Mtes MM Kaspar KasparSefeetfco MparIIuNIIIatlllft KagurSdeticui
Sefeetfco IIuNIIIatlllft nuMka Rer Wagner WagnerOlwr VaIIC010w
Glow Warai IB Idyll < MW MWLItcIIe MWLItcIIeMOridIreR Lfaefce LfaefceOriOnm
OriOnm March MarchDedhated IMMMUM IMMMUMDefeated
IareiDedIe8ted
Defeated to the Qndtraa Chtfc ChtfcThe tJ tJThe clw clwThe
The second musical entertainment of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Washington Saengerbund will be given giventhis giventhis giventhis
this evening at the club rooms The TheSaengerbund TheSaencetbund TheSanugerhund
Saengerbund under tho direction of Mr MrHenry MrHenry MrHenry
Henry Xander will give the following followingprogramme followingprognu followingprogramme
programme programmeCfconew prognu programmetmsaa me mefa
Cfconew fa < State thi H VoWn Mnga7TMiidtz Mnga7TMiidtzb 51ngeTAldtzlit sins TNWItZ TNWItZbl
lit < b bl No Nash afed die Ta nile The e dec Rese RMIII fleaasSiiICkt fleaasSiiICkt1m Snicker SnickerMaw Spkt
Maw 1 aofcw ta Is a Btadt Bmde SeMtxacr tW V hI Illgawkm IllgawkmRaff
Raff RaffBaryteaa Raffnameue flafBtrjtea
Baryteaa Kites a 1 LMgbK fMaoiserneinrd Richard Stews Sua SIflOslie
0 lie N Word fiwa The TIKe in Gladness or orMr orSInow orSunss
SInow Tseitalk t tIr
SunssMr
Mr Ir Stonor Lfej L1JIII WrrgfctsaH WrrgfctsaHC Wrfhtstico tH
C Cello 8o sate mi W JCaetenw Necturnehi rDe Owpin OwpinW
W Oaardas Ir4S s A A FfcdKr FfcdKrMr cr3Ir FlecrMr
Mr Fritz Fri A MMltoc MMltocSoprane 311H11t 311H11tSottrane 3IsdbaSoprano <
Soprano aria aria OMbra LtsRi Ltiaxa a frau Dhawafc DhawafcMdvrbwri DkhrabMeisrbser raa raaIbfe
Mdvrbwri MdvrbwriVtoHa MeisrbserViolin Ibfe IbfeYtoHa
Violin solo solo Air Vane VarleiR fe D rater minorMr Vtexteaps VtexteapsMr JG1I5Ir
Mr Anton A Kaepar KaeparMr KaetllfMr KaesrMr
Mr William Clabaugh has been selected selectedto
to sing the bass part in tho Messiah Messiahwhich MessiahwbIch Messiahwhich
which will 111 be giv ot g1vn n by the Choral Society SoclttyJ
J
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she she eh added tentatively that Its much muchfun muchtun muchfun
fun being elng an Ideal woman womanWho womnnWho womanWho
Who said you were demanded the thebachelor thobaDhelor thubachelor
bachelor suddenly suddenlyThe sudd suddenlyThe nly nlyThe
The widow Idow started and turned pink to toher t ther toher
her chin chinOh chinOhnebod7that chinOhnebodytht
Oh Ohnebod7that nebody tliat is several severalpeople severalpeopler people peopleMr
Mr r Travers TraversHad Trav TraversHad rs rsHad
Had you ou refused them asked the thobachelor tncabachelor thebachelor
bachelor thoughtfully thoughtfullyTlie
The widow blushed a deeper pink and andbent andbent andbent
bent over her pale green rose so so lOW Idwthat I lOWthat w wthAt
that the bachelor could not see seeher her herWhythAt dyfes dyfesWhy 4bsWhythat
Why WhythAt that to 181 I dont see what that thathas thathAs thatban
has to do with It ItIt ft ftIt ItIt
It has everything to do with It re replied replied replied ¬
plied the bachelor positively positivelyAnd JM positIvelyAnd sltlvcJy sltlvcJyAnd
And you havent told me yet ot con contmuedthe continuedthe continuedthe
tinuedthe widow suddenly 8U denly changing the thesubject thesubject thesubject
subject whom whom you consider the Ideal Idealwoman Idealoman Idealwoman
woman womanDont womanDont oman omanDont
Dont you know asked the bachelor bachelorinsinuatingly bachelorInsinutltJngb bachelorinsinuatingly
insinuatingly insinuatinglyThe InsinutltJngbThe insinuatinglyThe
The widow shook her head without wilhou lift lifting Utlug liftbig ¬
lug her eyes eyesWell eyeWell eyesWeIl
Well then she sheisbut is isbut but so many of ofthem orthem ofthem
them have told you youYou yo yoYou yOUYou
You You havent persisted the widow widowThe wJdo wJdoTbe widowThe
The bachelor sighed ped and rose to go goThe goThe goThe
The The ideal woman he said as he heslipped hesUpped heslipped
slipped on his hi gloves Is Isthe the woman you youcant youcant OU OUcant
cant get Is that the firelight playing plo lnC on onyour onyour onyour
your pompadour he added lookIng looldngdown lookIngdown lookingdown
down upon the widow through halfclosed halfclosedeyes haltclosedeyea halfclosedeyes
eyes Do you know knowror for a moment momontI momontIthought inomontIthought I Ithought
thought it was a halo
= MUSIC iUsIc IN WASHINGTON W WASHINGTON A SHNG TON
Christmas Chrl tmaa week eek The other soloists with withthe withtbe withthe
the exception of Mia Clara Drew have havenot hllvenot havenot
not yet been announced announcedMiss ADDOUDCedM announcedMiss
Miss M Margaret Veitch soprano has beor beorengaged beorengaaecl beerengaged
engaged as II soloist at the Westminster WestminsterMethodist WestmlnsteIetbodlst WestminsteMethodist
Methodist Church on Capitol Hill Mr MrHarry MrHarr7 MrHrry
Harry Campbell has also been engaged engagedas
as bass bz soloist in the same quartet Both Bothatiss BothXJy BothMiss
Miss Veitch and Mr Campbell Ca pbeJl are pupils pupilsof pupilot pupilsof
of Mrs s OMberg OMbergMr OkJbergr OldbergMr
Mr r Johannes Mterscn leraen who will be re remembered re remembered iemembered ¬
membered by his excellent work with withthe wIththe withthe
the Veitch MJersch Close concert or organization orpulzatloR organizatlos ¬
ganization has been n appointed conductor conductorof onductorof
of a large orchestra in Plttsburg PlttsburgMr
Mr Harrison Moore has engaged Mrs MrsOMbergs MrsOhtbeTg MrsOldbergs
OMbergs studio in tbe Belasco Theater Theaterfor Theaterlor Theaterfor
for Saturdays and will 111 coach her pupils pupilson pupilsOft
on the interpretation Interpreta on of songs Mr Moore Mooresome Mooresome Ioore Iooreome
some of whose verse has appeared in inthe Inthe Inthe
the columns of this paper has published publisheda
a new song son which he calls In a Garden GardenThe GardenThe GardenThe
The affliction of Edward MacDowell MacDowelltee MacDowellthe lacDowelltbe
tee > composer Is one of tho saddest re results re1t8 resuits ¬
suits 1t8 of overwork known to the t e artistic artisticworld arUstic1fOt1d artisticworki
world in this country Just at the tIm tI tIwilen tImwhen r rwhen
when it bad become plain that MacDowell MacDowellwas Macfloweliwas IAcDowellwas
was the greatest r8t composer that this coun country eoootry country ¬
try has produced just when it was clear clearthat clrthat clearthat
that his whole bole future should be given to tocomposition tocompoRtlon tocomposition
composition and when he was young youngenough youngenough oung oungugb
enough ugb to have a reasonable expectation expectationof expectatJoof
of thirty cr forty years in which to pro produce produce produce ¬
duce the ripened rlpenedftrults fruits of his genius the theman theman thetnan
man broke down as a the result of the over overstrain overrain overstrin ¬
strain rain of teaching in connection with his hiscomposition hiseompo hiscomtIoa
composition eompo lUoa It is beyond question that thatMacDowell thatacDoweU thatMacDowell
MacDowell will never be able to work workagain workagain ork orka
again a tn while the possibility of a long longphysical longpbyatca1 longphysical
physical life with impaired mind Is be before before before ¬
fore him himUnder himtncIM himtatter
Under these melancholy circumstances circumstancesthe drcumWLnceathe
the Mendelssohn ofta dub of Manhattan of ofwhich ordeh ofwhich
which deh the composer r was once the con conductor cond conductor ¬
ductor d toc has undertaken to raise a a fund fundwhich fundwhich fundwhich
which win make him comfortable In Inthat Inthat Inthat
that worthy object the club asks uk the co cooperation cor cooperation ¬
r operation of every person who is inter interested latersoled ¬
I soled e ted In MacDowells music and it should shouldreceive Mouldhe shouldreceive
receive he such ph ich aid spontaneously If Mac MacDowell MacI MacDowel ¬
Dowell neb written half a dozen ragtime ragtimesongs ragtimeSOIll8 raglimesongs
I songs which hit the popular fancy he hewould heI hewould
I would oukl have placed himself beyond the theneed th thI theneed
need cf cnee assistance Because he sought to toput toput 0 0r
I
put the visions of a poet into the highest highestand hlghelltI highestaM
r
and a most perfect J forms onns of which musical musicalart mvslclI
I
I art rt Is capable he is poor Because B6C U118 he heneeded heI heneeded
I
needed the leisure for composition compo itfon he has hasbroken has1troken hasbroken
broken himself in trying to secure it It It Itis ItIs Itis
is a story a ry as old as as the arts but it is a astory astory astory
story which should not go on repeating repeatingItself repeatingItself repeatingitself
Itself indefinitely The world has grown grownintelligent grownInt grownIntelligent
Int intelligent lH and it should appreciate the therkrtty thearlty thererlty
rkrtty of genius eDlUB and especially musicalgenius musical mUlicaJgenius musicalgenius
genius clearly enough to make sure that thatwhen thatwbeft thatwhen
when such a genius appears It should lOt aotwear lOtwear notwear
wear itself out before the real work for forwhich forwhich
I
which it was created has been acoom accomplished acoompltsbecl acoomplisbed ¬
plished pltsbeclYears plisbedYears plishedYears
Years ago when some one asked Pade Pederewskt Paderewskt Paderewskt
rewskt what use could best be made cf cfmoney QtmoMy efmoney
money to further the interests of music musicIt musicii
1 ii It this country the pianist replied By Byendowing BYeJtdowtng ByehdowIng
endowing MacDowell so that he need do donothing doncthla donothing
nothing ncthla but write rtte Probably the advice advicewas adviceas adviceuas
was as considered con impracticable or even evenfantastic evenrantutle evenfantastic
fantastic but if It had been followed followedthere tollowedthere fOllowedthere
there would have been no such tragedy as asthat uthat asthat
that which this call for a fund reveals revealsMacDowells revealsMacDowell revealsMacDoweUs
MacDowells case is even more pitiful pitifulthan pitifulthan pitifulthan
than that of Schubert Chopin and other othergtfted otherKttted othergifted
gtfted musicians mustcllmswhom whom it suggests They Theydted Theydkd Theydied
died too young you g but to have finished ones oneswork oneswork oneswork
work too young and not to be able to todie tocIIe todie
die that is the deepest tragedy The Theleast The1ta Theleast
least that the nation whose musical musicalstandard musical8iaacbrd musicalstandard
standard he has raised and whoso recog recognition recognitton recogalden ¬
alden in the world of music abroad lie liehas hebas liebaa
has secured can do d for MacDcwell is toplace to toplace toplace
place hit remaining rei a1n1ng years beyond be nd the thereach therMdt thereach
reach of want That is the purpose of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Mendelssohn Club subscription subscriptionFelix sub subscriptionFelix criptionFcllx
Felix GarziKlia Gnrzl Un Assisted AssistedIn niisted niistedIn
In yesterday mornings Herald in inspeaking Ins Inspeakhsg
speaking s klug of the Washington College of ofmusic otm ofmusic
music m Slc concert at the Columbia Theater TheaterFriday TheaterFrl TheaterFriday
Friday Frl aJ afternoon at rnooD a statement was made madethat madethat madethat
that Miss Drew soprano soloist was as assisted as9Ittted assisted ¬
sisted by Mr S M Fabian pianist This Thisshould Thissbould Thisshould
should have been Miss Drew contralto contraltowas contrnltowas contraltowas
was assisted by Mr Ir Felix Garziglia Garzigliapianicu GnrzlgJlaI Garzlgllaplanirt
pianicu
I
GET DISCARDED CARS CAKSSan CARSSan I ISanJuan
SanJuan San Juan Has Many Formerly FormerlyUsed FormerlyU FormerlyTJSCl
Used U see1 ill Washington WashingtonBEAR WashingtoiiBEAR TasIlingtollBEAR
BEAR THE SAME OLD SIGNS SIGNSSome SIGNSI SIGNSSOIUe SIGNSSome
I
Some Lnbelcd 4F P F Street and Other Otherdonn OtlleraHConn Otherseonn
donn Avenue and Advertise Advertisemenln AdertlNemeni Advertisemens
menln mens In Roof Tell of Superiority Superiorityof
of Same Old Brands BrandsTreasurer BrandsTreasurerWilloughby rnnd Treasurer TreasurerWlllouKhliy TrenurcrVIUODJthby
WlllouKhliy Talks of Progress ProgressHom Progrc ProgressIlomoswest B BHomosweat
Hom Homosweat swe t home Is the rhythm rh thm the thestreet thestroet thestreet
street ear wheels pound out on the rails railsof milsor railsof
of the San Juan Porto Rico R QO street rail railway raUway railway ¬
way system systemAt systemAt gystemAt
At least that Is what a Washingtonian Washlngtonianmight Washingtoniantnlght Washingtonianmight
might think when hen he sees a big yellow yellowtrolley yellowtrolley yellowtrolley
trolley oar swing around a corner with withLincoln withLI withLincoln
Lincoln LI oln Park Capitol and uCon uConnectlcut Con Connecticut Connecticut ¬
necticut Avenue and andothor other familiar signs signson signson
on n tho front of them themAnd themAnd themAnd I
And tho illusion Is carried out when he heboards heboArdS heboards
boards Ui tile car and finds the same old oldsigns oldsigns oldsigns
signs that adorned their roofs when they theyhammered theyhnmmered theyhammered
hammered around Washington aahIDgt n curves In Infact Infllct Infact
fact ho has to look out a window and see seethfet seethtit seetbtt
thfet It Is a calle Instead I of a street he heIs heIs heIs
Is on to realize he Is not rushing down F Fstreet Fstreet Fstreet
street in the nations capital capitalTho capitalThe capitalThe
The cars are the tang ones that were weretaken vcretaken weretaken
taken off the Washington lines because becausethe bccau becausethe e ethe
the residents of Connecticut avenue venue and andother andother andother
other streets they traversed complained complainedthey complAinedthey complainedthey
they were so big they made tho earth earthshake earthsh earthshake
shake sh ke when they th y rumbtod by but they do doexcellent doexcellent doexcellent
excellent service in San Juan and they theybring tbeybring theybring
bring forcibly forelbl to the Washingtonlansmind Washingtonians Washingtoniansmind rashlngt nlans nlansmInd
mind the fact that he hi Is a long way wa from fromhome fremhome rcm rcmhorn
home homeWilliam horn homeWilliam
hornWilliam William F WllkMighby treasurer of ofPorto orPorto ofPorto
Porto Rico told his hearers about the cars carsat carsat carsat
at a meeting of the National Geographic GeographicSociety G dgraphlcSodety GeographicSociety
Society in Hubbard Memorial Hall at Six Sixteenth Sixteenth Sixteenth ¬
teenth and M streets northwest last lastnight lastnight lastnight
night
Progress in Island IslandThe blnndThe IslandThe
The theme of his talk was the remark remarkable remarkable remarkable ¬
able Industrial progress pro ress that has been beenmade beenmade beenmade
made by the Island In the past few years yearsHe yearsHe ars arsHe
He gave statistics st U tles of trade and other de detailed de detaUed detailed ¬
tailed information of the increasing pros prosperity prosperilY prosperky
perky and the bettered condition of the thenatives thenallves thenatives
natives at a t the present time compared with withthe withthe withthe
the prevalent conditions under Spanishrule Spanishrule Spanish Spanishrule
rule ruleOne ruleOne ruleOiie
One of the peculiar features e lures of the theisland thelS1nltd theInland
island as pointed lOtntedDU out by Mr tr Willeughby Willeughbyte
Is the fact a t that It is comaetled eom led to Import Importpractically Importpractically Importpractically
practically all the products it uses in a acommercial acommercial acommercial
commercial way Y and tbe Hoccseitios of oflife ofIfe oflife
life required by Its people white It ex exports exports cxports ¬
ports practically all the articles of home homeproduction bomeproduction homeproduction
production productionSugar productionSugar productionSugar
Sugar was cultivated in a small way wayunder WA WAunder wayunder
under Spanish rule rule but since nee American Americancapital Americancapital n ncapital
capital has entered the Island with the os establishment ostabUahment ostabhiahment ¬
tablishment of modern methods the in industry industry industry ¬
dustry has grown remarkably remarkablyThe remarkabbl11e remarkablyThe
The tobacco industry to also on the thejump tltemnp thejirnp
jump mnp and will show great gains gal in the thenear thenear thenear
near future It has also been bLneftted benefitedby bLnefttedby bLnefttedby
by the application of modern methods methodsand methodsand methodsand
and appliances There are countless acres acresof acresof acresof
of unused land available for tobacco tobaccogrowing tobaooogrowing tobeenogrowing
growing while all n the sugar lands on onthe ontheeoest onthe
the theeoest coast plains are being cultivated For Pertnis Fortnls Fortnis
tnis reason tbe tobacco Industry 1nd tI7 has even evenmore evenmore evenmore
more room for improvement improvementProduce ImproemelltProduce ImprovementProduce
Produce Fine Coffee CoffeeThe Co1reeThe CoffeeThe
The same 11M facts are true as applied to tocoffee teoftee tocoffee
coffee growing Mr WHtoughby Wftlouglt says saysIt 8RYSIt eaysit
It Is the tit best coffee grown far surpassing surpassingthe SlJrSInstM surpassingthe
the Wgherprtced brands on s sale l in the theUnited therllltfoll theratted
United Slates s4te today tod Fw tfeat reason reasontbe TeS4MIt reasonthe
the t be industry will soon recover from the thesetback t1Moetback thesetback
setback occasioned OC a Soaed by the hurricane It Ittakes Ittakps ittakes
takes the tn trees or bushes bushes from three to tofour tofour tofour
four years to grow and the people who whoinvested whoIn whoInvested
invested In tfCl in coffee are ju just t beginning to torealise torealtH torealise
realise on their investment investmentFruit Investment1zvtt investmentFruit
Fruit growers from Florida and Cali California California Callfornia ¬
fornia have entered the island planting plantingoranges plalltlUCOraft1eB plantingoranges
oranges grapefruit pineapples c c and andthis andtkls andthis
this is another industry Indu try that does not notshow notbow notshow
show full returns at present on account accountof ACCOuntor accountof
of the length of time required for the thematuring thematuring thematuring
maturing of the plants plantsBuilding plantsBulldlnl plantsBuilding
Building Good Roads RoadsMacadam RondllJ11acadam RoadsMacadam
Macadam roads will be built through throughthe UUOUSRthe throughthe
the better portion of the mountainous mountainouscountry mountalINMtScountry mountainouscountry
country that is cultivated and American Americanmules AJ1erteanmU Aperloanmules
mules mU automobiles and traction engines enginesare enginesare enginesare
are supplanting the slower and less ser serviceable ser1ceable serviceable ¬
viceable oxen teams teamsMr teamsi1r teamsMr
Mr Wilioughby also spoke at length lengthon lengthon lengthon
on the way popular education was being beingextended beingextended beingextended
extended in the island land under American Americanrule Americanrule Americanrule
rule on the public health saying that thatthere thatthere thatthere
there are no dangerous contagious dis diseases 118eases 115eases ¬
eases such SUC suci 1 as yellow fever t er smallpox smallpoxtyphoid smallpoxt3phold smallpoxtyphoid
typhoid fever and malaria and the island islandIs SelandIs IslandIs
Is as healthful for native and foreigner foreigneralike forel foreigneralike er eraUke
alike as Is 1 the city elt of Washington He Healso HeAlso Healso
also devoted some me time tln to the greatly im improved Improved Improved ¬
proved politics of the natives nativesUpon nathestpon nativestpon
tpon the conclusion of the address addressProf addresePro addressProf
Prof Pro Willis rOils Moore announced that the thesociety thesociety thesociety
society to endeavoring end lortnS to secure the pres presence presCReEl prosenco ¬
CReEl at the annual banquet to be held heldIn heldIn heldin
In December Decent er of Sir Wilfrid Laurier Laurierpremier Laurlerpremier Laurierpremier
premier of Canada PanAmerica will willbe willbe wIltbe
be the topic at the banquet and if USlr USlrlUrid Sir SirWilfrid SirWiltrid
Wilfrid lUrid attends att ds he will speak A com comrmittee committee COIThmittee
mittee is at present in Toronto trying to toprevail topresfl toprevAIl
prevail upon pon the premier to attend Ad Admiral Admind Admiral ¬
miral Chester In caarge of the United UnitedStates rnltedStAtes tnitedStates
States Xaval Observatory and Alexander AlexanderGraham AlexanderGrRham AlexnderGraham
Graham BelT are on this committee co cooperating cooperntlng cooperating ¬
operating with Sir William Fielding to tothis totbis tothis
this end
FROM WOMANS WOMANSVIEWPOINT WOMANSVIEWPOINTWhen VIEWPOINT VIEWPOINTWhen
When either malt or woman womim cannot be jostled on th the street without being beingcarried beingrled beingcarried
carried rled to the murder point of angqr there is good reason to question the state stateof stateof stateof
of civilization in W yblch bich lch we re live Everybody EV tjoody admits that we live too rapidly rapidlyiKirntng rapidlYlK rapidlyburning
burning lK rntag the candle at both ends till even the children develop weak v k hearts Crtsnnd CrtsnndAre and andre andare
Are re unable to b bear tr the tbes shock wck of a fright But nobody seems wllllngto willing to better betterconditions bcHercOndLt1oDS bcterconditions
conditions by bPtlU bypulling pMllhig g up and regulating regulatingindividual individual pace to safety and comfort comfortRest comfortRat comforta
a S SRest
Rest cures and hospitals are the anchors we cant to windward When nature natureretoete naturerebels naturerebels
rebels we seek eek whichever suits suitS our particular case case U we happen to be able to toexercise toxercl toexercise
exercise e a choice Otherwise it is made for us and the medicine we we would not nottake nottMce notthke
take at home when freely offered wo meekly swallow to the accompaniment of ofdollar ofdt1Iars ofdollars
dollar dt1Iars A clinic in a Inr large o city cft issues printed cards of treatment to patients p tlents with withKing withlung withmng
King disease and expects it to be taken at home Sometimes the directions are arefaithfully nre1ftltbeuU arefaithfully
faithfully followed with good results More often treatment is careless and andspasmodic andpaamodlc andspasmodic
spasmodic which of course amounts to nothing nothingFresh nothingS nothingFresh
o S SFresh
Fresh air ar and diet are the features of the consumption conSumption remedy and rest restregular restregular restregular
regular habits habit and nourishing food with a respectable showing of will power powerwould powerwould powerwould
would make removal froth home unnecessary unnOC S6atj for nervous patients Yet Y t the theinsane theIl1J8mt theinsane
insane asylums and retreats are filled and a greet army army of irresponsible irresponsible men men and andwomen andwomen andworsen
women are at large lnr e Nerve specialists are numerous and prosperous pro perous and mental mentalhealth mentalhealth mentalhealth
health is rarer than good strong bodies There must be remedies for this state stateof stnteof stateof
of affairs Of course selfcontrol learned in childhood and strengthened with withtjach withch witheach
each ch years rs growth growthOn growthOne
S S SOne
On One of the most beautiful girls I know is a a tall wolldeveloped blonde whose whosecharms whosodtrms whosecharms
charms are many but yet cannot dwarf the principal one repose repose She Sh does not notknow notknowtlte notknow
know knowtlte the meaning of nerves as otHer women know k ow th them n and nothing In every everyday eer eerday everyday ¬
day life seems tt tb tO > have the power po er to disturb her composure composureI comPosure comPosureI
S S SI
I expressed ed my m admiration of the girl one day d and her mother told me that thatshe thatshe thatshe
she had been one of the most nervous children Urn family doctor had ever known knownA J nown nownA
A few years of this Increasing Incrc lng discomfort was all llthc the maternal patience patlen e could couldendure couldendure couldendure
endure but being a woman wOI11nn who acts Instead of a dreamer she set to work to toadminister toadminister toadminister
administer the cure without wIhciut assistance The child was literally forced t tt take takelife takenfe takelife
life easily to save ae nerve force which she needed by leisurely leJ ure1y movements and andfrequent andfrequont andfrequent
frequent periods of root The struggle was terrific at first but a determined determinedmother determinedmother determinedmother
mother fought the nervous child every Inch of the way Way a + ay to health healthIt healthS 1 1It
S S S SIt >
It W ws JB quite as easy 9GS to strengthen the the habit ha lt of repose after it had been beenformed beenformed beenformed
formed as that of nervousness and irritability irritnblUt What one woman has done others othersof othersof othersof
of her calibre surely can accomplish Such a mite of a woman woman as she Is too toohardly toobardl toohardly
hardly bardl reaching reechln the shoulder of her calm cal n handsome daughter I I doubt if I ever everfully everruJl everfully
fully ruJl realized the beauty of calm nerves and a placid disposition till I met m 1t that thatgirl thatgirl thatgirl
I girl I have been he n used to women who fret rretnwny away their nerve strength who waste wasteIt WasteIt wasteit
It recklessly and do nothing nothln to repair the waste wn te till the case is beyond beyon their theircontrol theircontrol theircontrol
control And men are but little better off my friends r1 nds BETTY BRADEEN
WFAndrews FAndrews Adres1
1804 Fourteenth St N N5 W WPAINTER wPAINTER WPAINTER
PAINTER AND DECORATOR DECORATORNow DECORATOROW
MOW OW FINISHING the new Raleigh Hotel addition Our contract contractcalls contractcalls contractL1
Now L1 L1calls calls for all INTERIOR and EXTERIOR HOUSEPAINTING HOUSEPAINTINGWALL HOUSEPAINTINGWALL I
WALL DECORATION and WOOD FINISHING in the building from fromcellar fromcellar fromcellar
cellar to roof including wall papering of ballroom and the decoration decorationof
of the beautiful new diningroom This handsome large room the thecolor thecolor thecolor
color scheme of which is ivory and gold with a little soft tinting in ingreen ingreen ingreen
green was completely decorated inside of ten days This means me ns that thatevery thatevery thatevery
every bit of the color decoration decor tion in the room which is in oil oilincluding oilincludingthe oilincludin oilincludinthe including includingthe
the gilding and making and hanging of the silk panels of the side walls wallswas wallswas wallswas
was completed in ten days after the room was turned over to us We be believe believe believe ¬
lieve that this is the record for fast work done well in this city The Themagnitude Themagnitude
magnitude of this task can be appreciated only by looking at t this room
Interior and andExterior andExterior andExterior
Exterior ExteriorColor ExteriorColor i iColor
Color Decorator
r Wall Decoration DecorationHouse DecorationHouse J
House P Painting PaintingWood inting intingWood
Wood Finishing Finishin
STRICTLY HIGHGRADE HIGH GRADE WORK WORKPhone WORKPhone WORKPhone
Phone N 2092
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MARRIAGE IMAGE FOLLOWS SHORTLY SHORTLYProposal SHORTLYIroposnl
Proposal Friday Jorldai Xlirlit lgllt Bndx in Cere Ceremony Ceremony Ccrcinony ¬
mony Next Afternoon AfternoonA
A proposal at midnight Friday and a amarriage amarriage amarriage
marriage at 1 oclock Saturday afternoon afternoonis
is I Ute romance of Miss 1 Annie AZII Williams Williamsof Wllltamaof
of this city who bo became the bride of ofHillary ofHHtary ofHiflary
Hillary Payne of Clifton Forge Va Vayesterday Yay Vayesterday
yesterday y terday The ceremony took place at atthe atthe
the parsonage par e of the Second BaptistChurch Baptist BaptJaiChUfh BaptistChurch
Church and was witnessed by only a sfew afew afew
few of tIN Intimate friends tt of f the couple coupleAfter couplAfter coupleAfter
After the ceremony a small reception r rece pdoa was washeld washeld U Uheld
held at the home of the young womans womansmother wonanmother wonmnsmother
mother at 3K Virginia YI nta avenue vella vellaRev southeast soothearRev southeastftev
Rev B It Hex Sweat was the oOtctatl oOtctatlclergyman tcIaUCler oflieladag oflieladagclergyman
Cler clergyman n The young oun couple left on 011exteaded an anextended asextended
extended tour through tbr h the South and Will wWmake Willmake willmake
make their home in Clifton Forge after afterDecember afterDeeember afterDecember
December 1 1ARMY IARMY 1ARMY
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WANT FORRESTERS FRIENDS FRIENDSolice FRIENDSlolice FRIENDSPolice
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surrounding the death of George Forres Forrester Forrester Forreslee ¬
ter who was buried two months ago in ina ina Ina
a a potters field in Elizabeth City Va VaFew VaFnr VaFew
Few of his neighbors Del tbors knew he had been beena
a civil war veteran and that he had ap applied appUe4 apseveral ¬
plied several times to the Soldier Home Homeauthorities HomeautbolitMs Homeauthorities
authorities for admission They knew knewthat knewtJat knewthtt
that the oM man lived atone and was wasvery wasftf7 wasvery
very poor but since he refuse refttMII all aid aidfrom aIdfl8IIt aidtress
from them they surmised he had a small smallincome sman1IaeoIIw smallbecome
income Of his relatives nothing was wasknown wasJaIown waskGwn
known ag he never spoke of them but butk butk butIt
k was known that he wished to enter the thehome theboe thehouse
home In order that he might die among amonghis amongala amonghis
his former comradesSeveral comrades co mIdesSenral comradesSeveral
Several years ago it is said Sd he applied appliedto
to the home for admisekm ad lisloa as he wastlDg wasgetting was wasgetting
getting tlDg too old to care for himself ht l elf The Tbeauthorities TheautlllNtt1e8 Theauthorities
authorities refused his request claiming claimingit
it is I said that he had not sufficient proof proofof proofor proofof
of his army service From that moment momenta
a noticeable decline came In the old mans manshealth man manhealth manshealth
health and when his neighbors missed missedhim missedlalla missedhim
him for more mor than a week an inquiry was wasmade wasIe waside
made and be was found dead It was the theprevalent thtprevalent theprevalent
prevalent opinion among amon them that he had haddied haddied baddied
died of thirst and lack of attention dur during durleg ¬
leg his fever The burial was paid for forby fory forlay
by the town authorities authoritiesThree authoritiesnllee authoritiesThree
Three days ago the body bod was exhumed exhumedby exhumedby xhumedby
by the town authorities and sent to the theSoldiers theSoIdien theSoldiers
Soldiers Home Hospital to which the theold theold
old man had made application when he hewas heas bewas
was as alive The town people began to towonder tor towonder
wonder r whether Forrester had not some somerelatives somerelatl somerelatives
relatives relatl who would be anxious antlousto to know knowof knowoC knowof
of his cl death th and to investigate InesUgte the con conduct COR111ICt conduct ¬
duct of the home authorities and notified notifiedthe noWIedtM notifiedthe
the police policeIt policeIt policeIt
It was stated some time ago Forrester Forresterhad ForesterJo Forresterknel
had Jo refused ed admittance admltta Ce to the home after afterhe afterhe afterhe
he had been informed he would be taken takencare takencare takencare
care of there thereWOULD thereI thereWOULD
I WOULD PUT DEER IN PARKS PARKSDistrict PARKSi PARKSDistrict
i District D trlet Organization Han Un Plan to toLiberate 10Liberate toLiberate
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Liberate Game Here HereOne HercOne HereOne
One of the anticipations of the District Districtof
of Columbia parks game sam stocking com committee comI cornmitten ¬
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mitten Ittee is to liberate several deer in Rock RockCreek RockCr RackCeek
Creek Cr Park soon and they expect if the thefunds thefund thefunds
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funds can be secured to liberate water waterfowl waterfowl waterfowl
fowl in abundance when the work on the thePotomac thePotomac thePotomac
Potomac flats is completed completedThis completedThis completedThis
This organisation was established this thisyear thisyear thisyear
year and already has liberated many manyAmerican mAnyAmerlcall manyAmerican
American wild geese ducks and an swans in inRdek InRflrek InRek
Rflrek Rdek Creek above boe the Pierce dam and andfat andIn antiIn
In the immediate future they expect to toliberate toliberate toliberate
liberate many gray squirrels in the city cityparks cityparks cityparka
parks An act of f Congress practically practicallyprohibits practicallyproblblts practicallyprohibits
prohibits shooting shooting within the District and andthe andthe andthe
the police have cooperated with the work workso workS4t workSo
so that the game that bas been liberated liberatedhas liberatedhas
has nearly all survived survivedThe sunhedThe survIvedThe
The committee Is asking for funds the theacting theacting theacting
acting secretary secretai and treasurer Dr Cecil CecilFrench CocllFr CecilFrench
French Fr nch 71S Twelfth street northwest northwesttaking northwesttaking northwesttaking
taking charge of the work workFollowing workFollo1ng workFollowing
Following Is a list of those who have havealready havealready havealready
already subscribed subscribedFi subscribedFisk
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Five people were overcome by smoke smokein smokeIn smokehi
in a a fire In the home of Mrs George B BHagan BHagan BHagan
Hagan of 1219 I street northwest shortly shortlybefore shortlyberor shortlybefore
before 1 oclock this morning The blaze blazewas blazewas blazewas
was a small one and did little damage damagebut dnmngebut damage1but
1but but only timely Umel rescue saved the Inmates Inmatesfrom Inmatesfrom inmatesfrom
from death by suffocation suffocationThose sutrOcatlonThose suffocationThose
Those who were overcome were Jake JakeJohnson JakeJoIIoson JakeJohnson
JoIIoson Johnson Ruth Hagan aged three Noah NoahHagan No NoahHagan l1 l1HAgan
Hagan aged four Miss Percy Landren Landrenand Lnndronand Landrenand
and Miss Johnson JohnsonMiss JohnsonM1ss JohnsonMiss
Miss Johnson nad gone to the telephone telephoneto
to turn in the fire alarm when she was wasovercome wnsoere wasoverctflne
overcome overcomeThe oere overctflneThe me meThe
The suffocated people wore oro carried out outof outof outof
of the house by George Johnson and andCharles andCharles nd ndCbarles
Charles Bruce
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