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Continued from rage; One.
li-ceptlan was given to the visiting dele
gates to the United uaugniers ei mo
Mrs M. L. Garrison was attending the
convention as alternate from Warren
Ttlfles Chapter, United Daughters of the
.Mrs Johnson entertained at dinner Fri
day evening at Fort llyer. Va.
Mra. McCarthy entertained at a bridge
whist party Friday evening. Evening
was selected so that the husbands could
The male members of the congregation
" of Et, Matthew's parish will give a
"smoker" in the Sunday school room of
Plnkney Memorial Church here Monday
evening-, November 3. A musical and
1t-.... nwummmtt hilM hMn aTr&nSTed.
and refreshments will be seved. It Is ex
pected that the meeting win resuu m
t... fnMtatlnn nf n Tl.miinfnt OrCanlZa-
tlon to promote social Intercourse among
the men of the pansn
VTM. tiiMlInn "BrAAfm. 0th WAM tlOSOlt
ably entertained "Wednesday evening by
Mr. and Airs, ueorge xu iuc&cj. ct-u.-
lln Avenue extenaeo. xne nrsi mcusa
. atrantaH Mr Jnsenh It.
Owens who scored one point more than
Mrs Charles H. Clagett who secured the
second prize Mr. Harry W. Dorsey
w. firm MntUman's nrlie while
Mr William Howard was awarded sec
ond prize Others present were .air. ana
Mrs. Harry Howard. Mr. and Mrs, J.
Lee, D. Clagitt. Mr and Mrs. G. Sher
man James. Mr. and Mrs. Edward A
Nellie' F BrookB. Laura Howard and
William Howard. Dr i;naries a. o.
Mr Charles W Clagett. and Mr. and
r!aH. t tiioLm TViiinwInp the erames
a dellghtul luncheon was served The
next meeting of the club will be held
Tuesday. November 27, at the home of
Airs. iNeuie i urooKs.
The Afternoon Five Hundred Club
was entertained Tueday by Mrs. James
V Rogers. Johnson Avenue. The prizes
were awarded Mrs. Franklin G TIngley.
Mrs Thomas E. Latimer, and Mrs.
Charles O Appleman Prior to tho be
ginning of play refreshments were serv
ed The next meeting of the club will
be held at the home of Mrs. S Marvin
Peach Shepherd a Subdivision.
Dr and Mrs. Andrew Brown, of Wash
ington, have been visiting Mr. and Mrs.
J F R. Defour In the lower section of
Prince George County
The ladies of the local Presbyterian
CJiurCi entertained several hundred
guests at a turkey supper in the dining
hsll of .Masonic Hall Thursda evening
The occasion was quite a social event,
and a handsome sum was realized for
the benefit of the ciiurch.
Mr A It. Holden. of Washington, has
been visiting his brother, Mr. John G
Holden. of Ralston Avenue, here.
Mr and Mrs. Jackson H. Ralston, of
Mar) land Avenue, will remove to Wash
ington next week and will spend the
winter months there
Mr Franklin G TIngley, of Owens
Aenuc Is in Memphis. Tenn , on busi
ness for the United States Weather Bu
reau He will return early next week.
Mr Thomas R Brooks, of the United
States Weather Bureau, stationed at
Mcunt Weather, W Va. Is visiting his
mother, Mrs. Nellie F Brooks, of Frank
lin Avenue extended
Miss Minnie Chew, of Elleslie, has been
vlmlng Mrs Drajton and family in
Washington during the past week.
Mrs Fred W Wilson and children, of
I pper Marlboro, ore visiting relatives In
ashlngton The) will return early next
Invitations have been Issued by the
Upper Marlboro Cotillion Club for a
masquerade ball to be given In the town
hall at the county seat Saturday evening.
Mrs Mlttie Plummcr Bowling has Is
sued InTltations to the marriage of her
daughter. Kathrjn Hill, to Mr. Claude
Highfleld Owen, of Prince George Coun
ty The ceremonj will take place on
Wednesday. November 17. at noon at
Bowling Heights, near Upper Marlboro.
Sir George S. Cooper and son. of
Washington, have been visiting Mr and
Mrs John G. Holden. Ralston Avenue.
Mr James F. McIIugh has returned
home after spending several months
Mr David White, who has been visit
ing friends, returned to his home In
Miridan. N Y
The Junior Five Hundred Club will be
entertained Monday, November 23, at the
home of Mrs Caroline T. Julllcn
Miss Emily Hetfield is now at home
after spending Jive months with friends
In Canada and Northern New York.
The Brookland Brotherhood gave Its
first banquet on Wednesday evening at
Lodge Memorial Hall, after which offi
cers were elected for the ensuing year.
Miss Sophie Hall, of West River, was
the guest during tho week of her cous
in. Mrs. Mary Brehme, In Main Street.
Mrs. Edmund Pendleton was a recent
visitor to Snowfien Hall.
Mrs. Faucett, of Montgomery, visited
friends here Tuesdaj.
Mr. Richard A. Johnson and family, of
Overlook have closed their home here
and moved to Baltimore, for the winter.
Mrs. Hugh Fisher has returned from a
visit to Baltimore.
Dr Jesse C Coggln attended the pub
lic health conference he'd In Cambridge.
Miss Parran, of St. Marys, has been
visiting Miss Hazel G wynne
Miss Virginia Hopkins lias returned
Miss Susan Evelyn Putman. daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. William F. Putman. was
married on Thursday last to Mr. Fran
cis Wlngate Bcaler. at the home of tho
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All Complexion Ills
(From Woman's Tribune )
I'll tell you my panacea for all com
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sallow, muddy, over-red. If It be rough,
blotch, or plmplv there's nothing that
Till so surely overcome the condition as
ordinary mercollxed wax. The wax liter
ally takes off a bad complexion absorbs
the dead and near-dead particles of sur
face skin, so gently gradually, you ex
perlencs no Inconvenience at all. A new
complexion Is then In 'evidence, one so
clear, spotless, delicately soft and beauti
ful, sou look many years joungcr. One
ounce of this wax procurable at any drug
store- will rejuvenate even the worst com
plexion. It Is tmeorod on lllc cold cream
before retiring end removed mornings
with warm water. The mercollxed wax
habit Is a healthier and more economical
one than the cosmetic habit.
If the skin be wrinkled or flabby, bathe
It dally In a solution made by dissolving
4n -ounoe of powdered saxollte In a half
jjint witch hazel. This, acts immediately,
affecting even the deepest wrinkles. Ki
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MISS DORIS DRAIN,
and Mrs. James Drain.
Phots by Hurts TArlsf.
will make her debnt
bride's parents. Mr I. H Jeffries, pastor I eluded Mrs. Conrad Johnson, Miss ChrlS'
of Centenary M E Church, officiated. I una Kemper. Miss Cora Jones. Miss Julia
After the ceremonj Mr and Mrs. Bealer Nlcol. Miss Sophia Tackett. Miss Linda
left for a trip through the West, on I snow, alias lseine unier, ana aims cmny
their return the) will reside In Laurel j Johnson.
Mrs. Julia English, as returned to her Mrs. William B Smlthers has returned
home after a visit to her daughter. Mrs. from Baltimore, where she attended "The
Miller. In St Louis.
Miss Cora Jones entertained Thursday
night at a five-hundred part) In hon
or of Miss Pauline Nlcol. whose mar
riage to Dr Benjamin Iden. jot Man
nassas. will take place nexT" "V ednes
day evening, and Mis Emily Johnson.
one of the season's debutantes Among .:
those present were Mr and Mrs Con
rad Johnson, Misses Pauline Nlcol, Em
ily Johnson. Christina Kemper. Eliz
abeth Herbert, Julia Nlcol. Lola Ash-
ton Eliza Douglas. Hattie Douglafc,
Mar) Snowden. Georgia French. Sophia
Tackett Esther Greene. Nellie Uhler,
Alice Anderton. Liza Deane Anderson.
Lida McLaughlin. Mar) Phillips and
Messrs. Edmund Hunter. John Steph
enson. Cecil Sherman. Milton French,
Richard Chichester. John Barrett. Ar
thur Herbert. Julian Burke, Walter
Foster, Ward Eoswell. James Roberts.
Edgar Nicol. George Anderton. fatanlcs
Blanton, Wallace Llndsey. Beaudrlc
Howell, Dr Vivian Berr). Dr Thornton
Ashton. Misses Efhe Young. Christine
Wagguman, and Mr Ralph Graves,
from Washington. The prizes were won
by Miss Effle loung and Mr. Walter
I ostcr Score was kept by Misses
Delia Phillips and Julia BoswclL
Mr and Mrs. Benedict Well last faun
da) celebrated their silver wedding anni
versary at their home. Ill South St.
Asaph Street. The house was profusely
decorated for the occasion, and music
was given by an orchestra under the
direction of Prof Leon Cohen A large
number of guests from this city and out
of town attended Mr and Mrs. Well
were the recipients of many handsome
In the morning the members of the
Hebrew congregation called on Mr. and
Mrs. Well In a body, and an behalf of
the congregation an address was made
by Mr. Isaac Elchberg, president of the
organization, who presented the couple
with a handsome sliver loving cup. A
response was made ay Mr. well
In Ihe afternoon a number of out-of-town
relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Well were
entertained at dinner.
Among those present at the dinner
were the following: Mr, and Mrs. Weln
stetn. Mrs L. Alexander, Mr, and Mrs.
L. Well, and Mrs. A. Well, of New York:
Mrs. E. Schafer, of Berlin: Mrs. Haas,
Mrs. W. Lev-. Miss Clara Haas, of
Washington: Mr. and Mrs M. Jaffa. Miss
M. Jaffa, Mr. B. Jaffa, Mr A. Well.
Mr. Sidney Well, and Miss Minnie Welt.
Miss Laura Pallant and Mr. James L.
Zmimerman, both of this city, were mar
ried Thursday night at tho parsonage of
Trinity M. E. Church by Rev. Guy A.
Luttreii, pastor. Air. ana -Mrs. Zimmer
man will reside at SOS South Alfred
Judge J K. M. Norton and Mr.
Bathurst Dalngerfleld are spending a
week at Judge Norton's farm In Fairfax
Miss Janette Spinks and Miss Louise
Prlchard. who have been -visiting Mrs. F.
C. Spinks. have gone to Linden. Va.
After SDcndineseveral weeks In Dan.
vlile, "Va., Mrs. Albert Do)Ie Brockett
has returned to her home in North Wash
Invitations have been Issued by Mr.
and Mrs. John M. Johnson and Miss
Emily Johnson to meet Mrs. Conrad
Johnson at a reception Thursday, Novem
ber a, from 7 until 10 o'clock at their
home, 614 Prince Street.
Miss Beulah May Sleson aqd Mr. Will
iam. Clarence Coombs were married On
Tuesday at the parsonage of St. Mary's
Catholic Church by .Rev. Father L. F.
Kelly. A reception at the home of tho
Mrs. R. R. HIsey and daughter Naoma.
of Harrisonburg, Va Visited here this
The Afternoon Auction Bridge Club
.held n meeting Tuesday with Miss Emily
Jtilinsoa as bostcn. Those present In-
World In Baltimore."
Miss Frances Robertson, of Columbia
Road. Washington. D. C. is the guest of
Capt and Mrs William B Smlthers at
their home In North Columbus Street
Mr Marshall Doble has returned from
Waynesboro, Pa., after a short visit.
After a visit of several weeks to Man
nas&as Miss Lily Evans has returned to
her home In South Fairfax fatrect.
Mrs. G. N Bennett and sister. Miss
Mary Kavanaugh, have returned from
Snunton, Va., where they visited friends.
Miss Martha Strother, Markhara, Va..
v ho has been the guest of Miss Delia
Phillies In South Washington Street, la
now visiting friends In Washington.
Miss Marlon Low Is visiting relatives in
Ne ' York.
Mr. D Moxley Low. jr. Is visiting rela
tives In Culpeper, Va , where he will
srend two weeks
Rev William J Morton, rector of
Christ Episcopal Church, has returned
from Norfolk, where he attended the
MIssIonay Council In that city.
Mrs William Lewis Packard, of Geneva.
N Y , Is the guest of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs William 11. Brooks. In Prince
Rev, and Mrs William J Morton.
Mrs. Casslus F Lee. Mrs. John Lead
beater, and Miss Helen Norris Cum-
mlngs have returned from Baltimore,
where they went to see "The World In
Miss Mar) Lee, daughter of Gen
Robert E Lee, was the guest of Mrs.
Philip Yateman during the week.
Mrs. Charles A. Cogan spent the
Week-end with her brother, J. L. Rob
ertson. In Catonsvllle, Md
Mr. and Mrs Fred J. Ljons have re
turned from Harrisonburg. Vs.. where
they spent several days.
Miss Dorsay Ashton spent the week-end
with Mrs. Berryman Green at Seminary
Mrs. Louise L. Armlstead and daugh
ter. Miss Marie Helen, during the week
visited In Lynchburg and Monroe, Va.
Mrs, Angus Crawford, of the Episcopal
Theological Seminary, end Miss Bailie
Stuart, of this city, were chosen delegates
to the JVew York convention by the Vlr-
Va., Is the' guest of Mm SUry Jo8.
Mrs, William SoriW. et BWHswrs. was
the guest last eelc ot Mr.' aaa JMr.
WnH B. Sssoot t tlwr M te Prtoe
Stmt . .
Mrv B4wra i. DaUjerflsMB rtotec
at th Arllwton Hotrt. Ho Brta. Ark.
Mr, Henry CB. Ceopsr as4 irlls.wera
reewt guests of itr. and Mrs. 8. I .Coop
er, ot CUlpeper, Va.
Miss Fannie Wilson Is the guest of Mrs.
Cummlngr at thU MtVa home In' Canj.
eron Street, for a few .day.
Mln Ida Foots, of Catletts, Va., Ii tba
guest of Miss Mary Johnson, In Prince
Miss Lola Ashton entertained the
members of the Five Hundred Club t
her home In Duke Street Wednesday
evening. Those present were Mie
Christian 'Kemper. Juli 10001, Pauline
Nlcol, Com .Jones, Esther Orees. So
Pbl Tackett, Emily Johnson, Mry
Glenn Uhler, Homy Ashton, and lew
Aihton. Messrs. Beauderlek Howell,
John Barrett Ward Boiwell, George
Anderton. James Sidney Douglas. Jr..
Walter Foster, Edmund Hunter. John
Stephenson, and Dr. Thornton Ashton.
Dr. Richard Blackburn spent Sunday
with ,hls aunt Miu Mary Watu Blaclc
hurn, -who Is the plttl this winter of
the Misses Mayre.
Miss Hlldersrd Lubbe. ot Chemnitz.
Germany, Is the guest ot Miss Anna Bar
tels at the latter'a home in North Wash
Mr. T. F. Ellis, of Mount Vernon, hat
returned from a visit to Virginia Hot
Sprlngz. Ohio, and Kentucky.
AMONG THE CLUBS
National Catholic Woman's Circle.
The National Catholic Woman's Cir
cle held the regular weekly meeting In
the Public Library on Monday evening.
Mrs. Frgaret L. Coope presiding.
The sneaker of the evening was Miss
Olive Gibbons, her theme being a. "Bio
graphical Sketch of LeonardaT). Vind.
and His Works in the Field of Art" Spe
cial attention was paid to "The Last Sup
ner" at Milan, which, as the speaker ex-
pltlned, was the model chosen for the
"Passion Flay" at ooerammergau.
Mrs. Cooner distributed a Urge num
ber of copies of masterpieces showing
the various arrangements of the apostles
surrounding "Our Lord." In the scene of
the "Last Supper," giving the name ot
the artist the material used and the
place where the original is to be found.
Many visitors were present
Women's gliytle Tax Clnb.
The Women's Single Tax Club met last
Monday with Mrs. Jennie L. Munroe at
her apartment In the Cecil.
Mrs. Munroe reported that all arrange
ments for the meeting to be held under
the auspices of the club at the Public
Library, November 3. isii ana to oe
addressed by Mr. Herbert S. Blgelow,
chairman of the Jate constitutional con
vent'on of Ohio, had been perfected She
stated that the subject of the address
would be "Old Institutions and New
After some Informal discussion as to
the best plan to further single tax prop
aganda, the club was addressed by Mr.
H. Martin Williams, reading clerk of the
House of Representatives, who had Just
returned from Missouri, where In the
late election over SO.000 votes had been
cast for the single tax amendment Mr.
Williams said that In his work of over
thirty years for tax reform, he never felt
The club will hold Its next meeting
with tho president Mr. W. L Swanton.
1444 Belmont Street Northwest
Among those present were Mr. and
Mrs. Charles X Metcalf. Mr. and Mrs.
Walter I. Swanton, Mr. and Mrs. L. P.
Shldy. Mr. and Mrs. C I.. Swords, Mrs
Gertrude K. Mackenzie. Mrs. Julia
Thompson, Mr Jennie L. Munroe, Mrs.
L. M. Titus. Mrs. M. J Arnold. Mrs.
Josephine A Rich. Mrs. Jessie L. Lane.
Miss Frances Crosby, Miss Ida Rhodes,
Miss Lily A. Ross, Mr. Charles New
burgh. Mr. H Martin Williams. Mr.
George A Warren, Mr. W. C. Wallace,
and Mr George B. Rose
Literary Clob Sleets.
The Cspltol Hill Literary Society held
an Interesting meeting at the home ot
Mr. and Mrs. A H. Frear. 223 Eighth
Street Northeast, on Monday evening
The president, Mrs Daisy Trauty. pre
sided The subject selected for discus
sion was "H)giene In tho Schools." The
papers ot the evening were read by Miss
Laura Bryson and Miss Daisy Allwlne.
The papers were discussed by Mrs.
Blanche Sanborn e. Capt J. E. Hart, J.
W. Davis. William Hunt Mrs Marion
Guild Walporte, and Mr. Kent The
musical numbers were contributed by
a trio composed of Mrs. A. It. Frear.
Mrs Jennie Benson, and Mrs. E. V.
Tho socletv passed a resolution con
gratulating Mr. and Mrs. Frear on the
election cf their son as a Representative
In Congress. The next meeting of the
society will be held at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. E. V. Carr. 711 Hobsrt Street
The Short Story Clnb.
The Short Story Club held Its regular
session last Tuesday evening at Its
headquarters, S22 Sixth Street Northwest
President L. H Wilder presided The
programme, arranged by Mrs. Wilder,
was participated In by Mrs Lida Lair,
who read the first story. "An Automobile
Wedding Trip Amid the Scenic Splendors
of Southern California," Prof. Wilder,
who read "The 8orrows of a Sympathetic
Soul," Illustrating by a most humorous
story; Dr. Thomas Calver. who gave
three original short poems, lines to "The
Automobile," humorous: "Sliding Down
Hill," a romance of the wartime, and
a seml-facetlous plea for "Woman Suf
frage." and by M. Metcalf, whose metri
cal suggestions embodied In "An Ode to
Woman." were read by Mrs. Wilder.
Mrs. C S. York read the opening chap-
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03 TO 614 ELEVENTH STREET!
- Tfce-?.re some t the acwest reproductions of French model:
placed i stock.
' LinicmSuie and Utility Coats of vicuna, heather .doth, camel's
liair aadrica imported fabrics, sonic with trimmings of fur.
Afternoon and Evening Gowns-depicting the new draped effect,
also distinctive foreign touches which are carefully considered by
Afternoon and Evening Wraps of charmeuse, velour, velvety ve-lour-de-laine
and other imported fabrics, in plain or brocaded' effects.
Two-piece and Three-piece Suits of velvet, corduroy, velour.
eponge and broadcloth some having draped skirts.
Complete Showing of Winter Models.
- 'Women's amid Misses TaSBored Suits, Gowns.
Street Dresses, Separate Coats.
Blouses and Millinery.
Serge and Broadcloth Suits.. 519.75, 525.00
Velvet and Corduroy Suits $25.00, 540.00
Velour-de-lalne and Eponge Suits. 530.00, 545.00
Chinchilla and Polo Cloth Coats 516.75, 525.00
Boucle and Broadcloth Coats 520.00, 530.00
Charmeuse and Brocade Wraps 530.00, 545.00
Velvet and Velour-de-Iaine Wraps 535.00, 555.00
Serge and Eponge Dresses 512.50, 520.00
Velvet and Corduroy Dresses 520.00, 530.00
Charmeuse and Meteor Dresses 525.00, 535.00
Fancy Evening Dresses 555.00, 565.00
Crepe and Charmeuse Waists 55.50, 57.50
Chiffon and Lace Waists 55.50, 58.50
Handmr.je French Waists 55.50, 59.00
I Mannish Silk Shirts 53.00, 55.00
Hudson Seal (dyed muskrat) Coats 5150.00
1 Spotted Leopard Coats .5150.00
French Dyed Baltic Seal Coats 575.00
t Fur-trimmed Baltic Seal Coats 5100.00
2 Natural Brown Pony Coats." 575.00
Pointed Fox Sets (large) 555.00
ter of the composite story, which Is to
run through the season, written by her
daughter. Mrs. W K Houghton, and
entitled "The Lost Man "
Mrs f" A Thomas will try to locate
this missing gentleman In "Chapter II,
two weeks hence. II. W Selah wilt have
chart of the programme November M.
Mrs. York, Mrs. Reynolds, and Mr Selah
were appointed a credentials committee,
and Mrs. A. U Ham was made chair
man of the reception committee.
The musical numbers were most en
Jojable. as glen by A. C Wllklns. who
sang ' O Dry Those Tears " and "Happy
Days." with lolln obligates by Mrs M
M. Davis and piano accompaniment by
Mrs. 11. U AMlkins. Mr. Wllklns, Mrs
Davis, and Mrs. Wllklns played a violin,
'cello, and piano trio, while Mrs Davis
responded to the call tor several violin
Stratus on "Parsifal" Monopoly.
Trsnslatrd firm Utmturs NewtriDtr
"For me there Is on!) one point of
direction In the 'Parsifal' question, re
spect for the will of genius Unhappll)
In the question of the protection of
'Parsifal the decision does not He with
the people who have at heart the In
crease and refinement of our culture, but
solely with Jurists and politicians, whose
horizon does not exterl to an under
standing of the unll: I'ted rights of the
Intellectual proprietor I personally at
tended the eight dsjs' proceedings of the
German Reichstag, where the representa
tives ot the German people, with few ex
ceptions. In enviable Ignorance of their
subject matter, debated on the authors
rights and the term of protection I
myself heard how a Eugen Rlchter. with
shameless lies, trampled upon the rights
of 300 miserable Qerman composers-
Richard Wagner's heirs lnrluded In the
Interests of 3)0.000 German publicans
"Nor will there be any change in this
respect so long as idiotic universal suf
frage exists, and so long as totes are
counted and not weighed, so long, fo'
example, as the olce of a single Rich
ard Wagner does not mein 100.000 and
those of, say, 10.000 bootblacks but one
vote. Then perhaps. I should no longer
hear the phrases which are spoken now,
even In the Goethe Socletj. about the
rights of tho German nation, which Is
supposed to be Justified In plundering
thirty years after its death the genius
which In its life time was burned and
ridiculed, and In prostituting its work
on the smallest provincial stages.
"We few will protest In aln. and in
two years' time the German PhtlllsUnc
will on Sundaj afternoon, between his
midday meal and his evening glass of
beer, be able to listen to Parsifal' for
GO pfennings Instead ot always goirg
to klnomategraphs and tne comic opera.
"And yet we are surprised that French
men and Italians still regard us as bar
barians In all questions of culture."
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OLD LONDON AET SCHOOLS.
both men and girls, there were Germans
and Italians. Scandinavians and Poles.
Australians and Swls there was an ex
minister of tate who arrived ever da)
on an official-looking red-enam led bicy
cle, and a 'lunatic' doctor of great re
pute, who showed little Intelligence by
drawing ancient Greek goddesses In a
book two inches square
There were a number of quaint old
ladies one spent the greater part of her
time wiping aw a) hjsterlcal tears with
her paint rag and lamentable results,
and another curious) testified her dis
like of 'mess) paints by working in
white kid gloves
Lelsh'a s.cRiteiny, W here Thacke
ray and Others Stnrted.
Uorothx KUTnLA in the Bookman.
It has been my good fortune to attend
an art school Immortalized by the pen of
Thackera and another where Sargent
gave Instructions to the student" The
former art school Is said to be the old
est in London and boasts of a long roll
call of well-known men and women
When Thackeraj studied there It was
known as Leigh's Academy. A descrip
tion of it will be found In the first vol
ume of "The New comes." There is a
tradition among the students that Thack
eray, being refused as an Illustrator of
Dickens, showed his generosity of mind
by asking his successful rival. Buss, and
a few other kindred spirits to an Im
promptu meal "to celebrate the momen
tous occasion" at the little Inn around
Fred Walker studied at Leigh's, a tin)
pale-faced little boy in a short Jacket
and round collar, a precocious youth
even for those da) a. when MUlals passed
his Royal Academy examinations before
he waa twelve years old' Charles Keene.
another master of black and white, and
Kate Oretnaway of nursery fame arc
a few of the names recalled at this mo
Leigh's Academy shifted Its quarters
several times, and on the last occasion
but one of the students caused some
agitation by carrying the smaller plas
ter casts through the streets. Imagine
the embarrassment of the early Victo
rian ladles as the little procession
wended Its way from one side ot Oxford
Street to the other.
Leigh's prided Itself on being able to
stipply the nsedi of advanced students
as well as beginners. It boasted of an
extensile wardrobe, over 203 costumes.
containing medieval. Stuart and Geor-! address, and I will tell )ou how to curt
Firm ropular Mechanics MasaxlDe.
When a big Are occurs In any section
of a large city, all the fire appaVatus in
that section, and often from adjacent
sections. Is called Into service, and fre
quently this causes considerable diffi
cult) In distributing the remaining com
panies and apparatus to the best advan
tage. In handling such situations In
Chicago the fire alarm headquarters In
the city hall Is provided with a map of
tne city, on which each flrehouse Is
designated by a smalL electric light bulb,
operated b) a switchboard, inese nulbs
are lllnmlnated during the time the- ap
paratus of each fire station Is in its
house, but ss soon as the apparatus
leaves Its house a plug bearing the num
ber of the station In question Is removed
from the switchboard and the bulb desig
nating this station on the map becomes
PILES CURED AT HOME BY .
NEW ABSORPTION METHOD
If you suffer from bteedtntr. ltchlnc.
extensile wardrobe, over J costumes, blind, or protruding-Piles, send me. your
BUUIcaSt akllU f. nil! IVU )UU J1UW W CUf
yourself at home by the new absorp
tion treatment, and will also send soma
of this home treatment for- free trial
with "references from your own-locality
If requested. Immediate, relief and per
manent cure assured. Send no money.
but tell otners or. tnis ones. Write to.
glan properties and one or two flno
tapestries. Many a time the writer has
seen a portrait being painted, the victim
posed on one side of the antique room,
with the artist hard by and an embar
rassing crowd of students gathered
Leigh's attracted a cosmopolitan stu-1 day to Mrs. M. Summers. Box 'P. Notrs
dentshlpv There were many Americans, Dame, Ind. "