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♦ T»t i.ty-fiv r Ctittt • Metth ♦
v Ml Malt at Carrltr •
When the A'oluntccrs Return
THE CITIZENS OF ONE MIND
All of Them Declare in Favor of
a Public Subscription,
FOR FIREWORKS, MUSIC, FEASTING
3layor Humes and Other City
Officials Approve It.
SOME VERY NOVEL PUNS ARE PROPOSED
One Contemplates a Mock Battle at a Lake
Washington Park, the volunteers to Storm
and Capture (^alumpit—General Feel
in That the Preparations Should
he Commenced at Once.
"Let M h-rve a bis celebration by all means when the Wash-
Ington volunteers come home," said Mayor Humes trm m«>rnmg.
'• The thing t<> do i> to secure many small subs, riptions to a fund
and then buy enough gunpowder and bombs to do the celebration
act up in pood shape. The people of Seattle will all contribute.
The volunu-ers can probably Irave the Philippines soon after peace
Is declared. There is every indication that the boys will be here
" Take up a public subscription by all means. Hvery mer
chant in tiiwn, every mechanic, would contribute," s«ud Jmmj
Goldsmith of Sch» jba^hrr Br<». C*. "This thing should not b.
done by a few. Everybody should M that they had an hat MM
In the affair. St vi ral tliousand dollars raised in small amount-,
among the people in sums of five cents and upwards, would do the
business. The brass bands, fireworks and cannon could easily be
secured by a committee of citi/ens. Let The Star push this Mm
•long. It is the best idea that has been sprung in Seattle in
(Dany a day."
" Of emm, I am in favor of giving the Washington boys a
hearty welcome," remarked Thomas W. Prosch when asked for
his views in the matter. "It is the duty of the people to evince
their appreciation of the bravery shown by the boys at Manila.
When they embarked for the Philippines they were here such a
short time before the steamer sailed that the people of Seattle did
not have time to give them much of a "send off." The Washing
ton boys have been in the thickest of the fighting, and have been
good soldier.. They gave up their business, homes and sweet
hearts and went away to fight for their country. To give them a
proper reception, money will have to be raised, but that will be an
easy matter, as everybody will go down in their pockets."
•Capital Idea, that of celebrating the return of (h« Washington
volunteer* with a. public ovation," ciclalmed «'h»rl«* tl. Lilly. "Those
boy» are built of the stuff of which the old Romans were mad*. When
ever there ha* been fighting In the Philippines, you ran bank on It, th«
(Washington regiment was at the very (runt If the bora were anywhere
#In reaching distance. Who won the moat battle* The Washington
Volunteer*. Then let us up and at them when they reach home. In a,
way that will ba a sultablo recognl-tlon of their services. lam In fa
vor of * big firework* display and • red-hot time."
"In «m In favor of a rattling celebration that will shake th« >;,„„.
try from <h« Caacadea to the Olympic*, Of course. It would b« neees-
Mr* to tike up a aubacrlptlon." remarked J. ltorn*teln. My Idea
Would bo to publlih the namee of donors to the fund. Have acorn
raltte* of prominent citizens to take chance of the money when collected,
and purchase the firework.. It Is htich time that tha matter was taken
op. Wo can Invite all of the P*)Q|ll along I'iikci sound M come here And
help as celebraie. Heattle ihoul.lTe thrown wide open to th- h.,y«."
Rev. M inch W. riilrhrlit presents another plan, Said he: "This Idea
of Klvin« the Washington volunteer* ft reception In Seattle should be
trashed on a magnificent ac.ale. I^et the people of the entire MMI of
[Washington bo asked to come here and participate. Take one of the
park* M LalM Washington, fix It up for a miniature battle, and then
let the Washington boys storm and take Calumplt Th" town wouldn't
t>e big enough to hold th« crowds that would come from near «n I far to
Krltnem aoch a spectacle. Have the ladles as well as the men Interested
B In making '!■■'■ arrangements, and Invite the most prominent people In
I Ibo stats to bo present and participate.
"Then rive the boys a grand banquet In the evening, and have the
ladle* serva th" supper with their own hands; then take them to MM T.
if. (', A. amphitheater and tender them • concert with WO voices. Add
on th" fireworks a* an adjunct, and make the affair of the greatest mm.
f)ltu<la. It trill develop Into the most Important celebration ever held
i - - - . I-. ■...-■.»'
"Nothing will b» too good for tha volunteers v hen they return," sold
i, Itadelshelmer, v.ho Is usually one of the foremost <lilzcns In tha mat
-1 Ur pi celebrations, "I would su«'»t Unit they ba met At tha dock,
THE SEATTLE STAR
SEATTLE, WASHINGTON, SATURDAY i:vi:mn<j, aimcii. '_m», is;»!>.
and ■<i li and pvcry one i. prevented with » aouvenlr. Not aomathlng
worthleaa, but m , ihliiH of valu* to allow th« ealeem In which they
are MM by the rlllavna, aomethlng by which they can alwaya rem«m<
'■• i th* i .tit ii.i.. of the Seattle peopl*. Of couree, a aultabl* irl.hia
Ih.n would coat I aum of money, but with th* Healtle "I'll It aroua*4, th*
peopl* would rea|iond moat liberally. From th* atreel-urchln to th*
banker, every on* would donat* hla a tun*, and by an .1 i,n« *v«ry on*
wi.ul.t hay* a heartfelt lnlrt.«i In th.- .. |,|,,«n..u llava a. a^nrral
riiniitiiKco appnlntcil, not c-pnalatlnc of mm only, but hay. aom* of Ilia
promlnvnt l.i.iim of the town a«rv« with th«m. I>nn't by any meant
r-rei i Ih* yuung pi>ot>l« of Hi. clly, . -|..-. tally (ho ymniK ladlva, Th*
(■">» havo bran away from r«fln*d elvtllxaUon • ■ l.mi, that nothlnn
mur* would in- batter fur iti.ru than to (M In-arty «r.i-lin«« from th*
l«.|i,« Th.it- la not it p«raon In town who will not aa»lat In »urh •
celebration, and '»>•• Star ahowa th* light aplrlt In flint arouilnc (ha
latent . hlhual iam." ,
•Th» horp .h.'iilt l>f Kivrn Hi.- l.l««rat kind of » reception," Hid the
member* of in.- firm of Cooper * l.r\y. •W. ahould chow that *•
appreclalo (hrir «.hjl work*. r»o|.l» throuchout th* *(at* ahould li«
Invited hrtf. mil • royal welcome eitended, not only to the Seattle boy a,
but to th» wil.llcra of th* «Ut* a* w*ll A big d«mon*tr»lloa n»i.iiia
I- r«ti»-.-l tor, mil a iraiul rhr*r to up for th« .1.-. .1. of th* (olilUr*.
M.-iiry for Hi- r*Ubr*tlonT Why, (<t It th* Mm* »> u«u«l, by publla
»üb*crlpilon. Thi« will \m ih* moat Important rrltbratlon Hvatll* ha*
rvrr bad, an4 you woul4 nnil lhat lh« |.«-.».1r w..u1l tumble ov«r iliem.
Mlvrl 10 Bivloa- th« 111,.n0r to Iho proptr comrollt*«."
•C.lrlirai^. well I should aay Nothing la li« good for th* Wanh
'"«'■■» \ tiiuni". r>! They bay* mad* lh« nam* of ihta (tat* famoui
throunbout the world. Who did Ih* fl«httn« In the I'hlHppln**? Why.
th» wraurn troop*. What rrglmrnl *«■ usually In th* thick**! of lha
frayr Th* Wa*hln*ton. The** boy* hay* don* ih»m«rlvi-« uvrrlaatlnc
rrvilt •ill 1 think that |b* lead this city can do I* lo civ* th*m • »rl
ram* that will Ik- « hot on*. T»aa up a publlo (uoccrlptlon and |.'i«h
th* thing for all that It I* worth." Thla »a» in* view rote*4 by Major
.Itiiiriiari. prt*ld*nt of the. city tm.unill
"Ilrtn* •xcuralon* h»r». m-un. Ih. l.tui band*, and MIHM th*
Waahinstrn boy* who fought »3 bravsly in Ih* I'htllppln** L»4 ua
»'»• thrra a big day. It will at b*it b* Hill* for the d*bt w* ow, th*m."
Tn»*M *>ti th« a«ntlm*Bta *xpr*u«4 by Councilman Crawford.
1 IV. l«r* a public holiday, and l*t ua r*Ubrat* th* return of th*
\Va*hlna-toa volunt»«n a* •• (<>!.hr«i. our national holiday." remarked
Councilman MrArdU. "I an in for aMi time, and will r«rtainly ut« my
iiidii.n..- toward* maklos Ib* affair a *u<t-*a*. L«l th* »ntlr« city
and «tat» Join handa." «.
•Th«. v.»lunl«T» bar* f..u«ht well and <l«a»rva all tk« pral>* »• ran
rt*»t«w upon them. " >al 1 Councilman tMIIrr. "Firework*, hraaa band*
•"•' »iff.-hf» by prominent clliarn* »h..u!.| 1— a f»a«ur* of th* program.
IM v* Invite ih« entlr* «lal» ki join v* in a drmomtratlon."
' Th.-r». •h'Ul.l !■♦ » big demnnat ration." r'markrt Councilman Bud*
"W> .houll all bay* a hand In wttcomlox th» boy* back. A public
ration ran lit »a*lly taken up."
"T»». btv« a l.lir etlcbrallon. and auk »»ery man. woman and thUd
to p»niri|>.ti<>. Mak* It a atato affair, and run r«rur««»n« from all
■>ih#r ■ iiir« |.i tnla i«int," aaid <'oun>ilm*n Taylor. Th» riming
bom* of th« Washington rolunt««ri ahould t>« mad* <h* |itil«l cvrnl
in th» btatory of tba city."
-Th» \V««hin«i m bay* ahoalil «*( th* «<r««l kind of a w*lr<im«
wh#n Ih^y rsluin." rwmarkrd Counellman Na*ln. ■Think of lb« bnl>
Hani NHH thai th«r haw mad* far tl»ma*l*«a In lh» f*hlH|>pin»a.
Tb» ftal* «f vViihlnHiin ran well b* i>rmi lof aiHh fl«hi»r« lam in
favor nf m piiblto *nbacfiplloß an I a big »itra Four* of July when lb*y
r»arh ihia elur." ...,.,_ .;..■..._..„„„ ,Z. - ■ ■ . •,
M«*»rybi«ly trim Main* to Pug't *-ui»4 know* about th» Washing
ion b..y. In ih* Phl!li>pln»a." remarked Council man Hill. "Emperor Wil
liam ha« h.ar.l .»f them, and would Ilk* to ft au<-h n«ht*r* In hi* army.
fn- C**r of MM know* all about tIWHn. Everybody In th* «Hi wortJ
h«« h»tr,l of ih».r dartnc *«plo»ta on th» «*'>• around Manila Th»
Washington bey* h»v« l*d th« nrh'lng from flr»l to laM. I*l th«ro hay*
■ h .m.-f«.mir>* wrptloa that *UI br »<-hn«l around tb« world.
•Xafa have a spe*ch by the mayor ten minute* long and a big
handshak*. plenty of r.rew rk». as* * buj time generally." aaU Council
"Thafa a capital Idea of re|.»,raiii>B- "»• re-urn of the Washington
volunteers." nMJ City Kn«lneer Thompson. The h-.y. .''V* n .TrZ7r
Still -■ - to be true Americans, and should b« received In a patrloUc
manner. I*»l'a five them a routine reception" m . r .^, fm
■The crttbratlon project Is the best Idea that has been advance* In
Tt;' Washington bays deserve all the honor we can bestow upon them.
"The plan for a rousing celebration on the day when the Washing
ton troops return from Manila Is an eicelletil on»." remarked Councllm
an James. "We ran afford to split «>» town •*•• -pen on that occasion,
It would. |.crh»(. 1., a good MM to have the children In th. p.iblir and
I private schools contribute small subscriptions toward* the fund Toe
young patriots MOM Uka nothing batter."
•The rlty «houl<l tender an «najilmou» welcome on the return of the
•oMlera." Mil OMaMI J«me* Hamilton Lewi* The nation Itaelf ehould
jdliplar m appreciation of the noble manner In which th. volunteer*
ei.ir.ple ..t ht o.hor ...... in .he 1n...n I. la tttlM Itol WMkIMT
,n *h..«- Illimri h.ve kfMajM *v- h di.tlnrtlon ui».n th* *tate,
■hould r«"*rnli* their valor In a *uitaMe manner. 1
■It la a very meritorious project," MM Attorney John »i ll«rt. 'The
boys have distinguished themselves, and I am In favor of giving them a
warm reception upon their return. Seattle Is a good distributing point,
and th. v ought to *• brought dire, t-ly here. I don't think there would
b« any trouble In raising ample funds, a* every patriotic cltlsen would
be glad of the opportunity to show his appreciation."
"It Is an eieellent Idea to arousa public Internet In the reception la
be given to the Hera hen they return from the Philippines," oil
Sutherland McLean, of the real eclat* firm of flparkman A McLean.
The ci-fcbratlon should I - worked up on a magnificent arale. Hut we
must slso take Into comlderatlon that all .if the boys returning will
m* be able to Join heartily In the welcome. Some have lost a leg. or
arm. or ItofeMM has brought them to their beds. Don't lose sight of
the fart that a separata kind of reception mail ,be given th.'m Let
the ladle* oriranlte and prepare for the ■Irk and wounded, as only the
ladles can They are our soldier boys. Ax to the money to carry out
a suitable'celebration, all the commute* will have to do I* to »t«t
their busmen*, and no one will rtfuae to contribute. Whoop fer up. It
I Is a good thins, and will almost puah It—lf."
•That'" a good Idea, and I endorse the proposition." said Judg* O.
Jacobs ''V-.u can count on me for assistance In getting up a rrlebra
■■t:\i- Urn \Vn«hln«ton boy. a fmt r..mln« reception when they
come home." *»ld Jame* Bpnrkman. "Tl. II I"■ pulillr will
certainly . ..plrllnlt.- !•> Ik* ISM to pi.Ml- I x-n.-rnl enlerlalnni. nl r..r
Ih". \ohiii'. r« Tfca a. h0..1 .-hlldren »11..w|.l al*o !>•■ alMWlal to «uli»<-rlhe
to th.. f.m I. n« H will t.-nrh th. hi i.iirlotmm The occailon (hould be
on.- of root and riijoyiw nt for the aoMtM lioy."
Miss Margaret rhlshnlm. »teno«rapher In <-onip«troll.r Tarry*
o(Tlc« at the City hall, was very enthusiastic over the project of a cele
bratlon for the returning volunteers. I >••••■ will not be a young lady In
ffeattli* who will not go and see the boys when they arrive. I, for one,
will help to organise, and we will do all In our power to make their wel
come most cordial." . I
■•The Wa»hlnrton volunteerii nhoiild bt received In a royal manner.
Have n lUIUbU pTOCTMn i.rei.«red,»ii.l »ho» by our w.l.oim- that wa
I ,|iey went and M l.mv. ly upheld Hie MWI* Of Ihe utate. and
lv.i ... Kind that they have r>-turned Tim I la my opinion of the welcome
that Should be made for tli.. h..y«." "aid It-v. F. X. I'ref.mtalne.
"I inn .nd'irne any t>r..|..mltlon t>- enti-ilnln Ihe volunleera of th!»
ttat* Upon Hielr r.tnrn." »»id .ludK' W. II Moor- • Th.-y have foiißht
i, and ha»a dlattnanlihad nmnaitT— . ni* only nttinn that «c
.|.preflation by »ome »ultable dcmon»tratloii '
"Ye«, the Wnshln*ton boy* should be royally entertained when they
return from the I'hlllpplnes," said ■' " Carroll. "They should bo
warmly received by the cltlions of Seattle, to show them that their
brave deeds are appreciated. A subscription for getting the funds nee
ratury for th* prv».iotl"ii of »uch a scheme should by all mesa* Us rala-
Otis Firm With the
ttiTSB TO «a.IVT ' kkjiim
(»*•!■ Ralvrn la * ( ulnildo to
Mat,, the H.port la In*
MAVII.A. April II -Th. »»c<.n<l
r«nf«r»nf« 1., [0.-r,, General Oti* and
til* l» nilplno rnviiyn look plac*
lhl» murnlna at th* pater*, and lax
»1 lhr»* .v'» Admiral l^*wtr and
I'rr.iicnt Mchurman, of Ih* |-hl!l[i
l-lnav r.iiiiinl».l..n. •u.-iij. ,1 th* par-
I lor. Th* rilli.,ii..« .uii,,l, r*n»w»d
ih« rri|<i,»i mad* |t— lw<M ror an
• rml»ii«- until th* rillplno <-..n«ri-i.,
toaM nun am) ,i, i,| r what •h..uld
»• 4on*. Th» »n»i>« ila!*d that
they knew i!,-lr p.. .pi. ha.) iw.;,
»bl|>|M»]. Their contention »<• thai
A»j|n«l,l i and Luna could not »ur
"«l" without "all" » i>f ini.ir •- ,
'in the filial of oil* to MMM*
*r their |>r..|.i,» thr two envoy*
took their ■!■ lur. for 'hr ruiplno
Una*. b»m« mwM to the front by
• *u»r.i of American*. The Imprea.
•lon her* la that the Filipino* will
now aurrender at dlecretlon, hoplnc
to »ecure III* Ijeal terme |x<»il>l«.
STRUCK IV II CAR.
C A. William* »v »iru<k by an
ttrctrtc car of th» ri.L.n Trunk line
thl* forvnooa on North llroadway,
anil aerloueljr hurt, b*ln< Injured In
trrnallr. 11. •aa Uken to hla real
<t«nrr. «11 North HroaJway.
M HrnKbtMura ham commoner a
Mill In the •utx'iior court acalnat the
firm Northern rallmail to recover
l»"> iHnamt «v an allefed tfreaeß of
TNC CAMILLA ARRIVES
The ftihtn* Mhooner C«|*lU arriv
ed In port taut evenln* from Wranrtl
wher* all* baa been encair«4 In ball*
but flahlna* »lnr# laat winter. . Th«
Mhaoncr* Annie. Uornlnc Hiar and
Marx, left Wnnial atx>ut the aame
time ■■ th» CapetL but Koppvd
■ lons th» r.,a»t to f)«h The other
unfit in taW fleet ani> mill In Alaak
an walera, they art- the erhonnera
Pilot. Alrnla. and W. T. Ttrkle.
The Carella la lha < raft which
came near rain* to the bottom of
the North l'« • Ocean I .•• October.
Khe «a» bound for V>*ran**l from
Hratil*. an<l when In <"tiir<-n. ■ alralt*
a flerc* hurricane «a» encountered.
The achooner <•• rum. y !•
mantled, ami her raptaln drowned.
The frf»h water and moat of the
provldona wera deetroyed, and fnr
three day* tb« crew »hl<«lp!.-1 on
canned meat and fruit. the Juli■•
of the fruit eervlrur •• water. At
lha »n1 of thla tlma the arhoonpr
waa picked up by the «ttam«r far
allon and toil to JunraU, where
•he »< repaired.
The Aloka Cleoaraphlcal •orlrly
will hold a meeting at the t"nU<r
■ii M MM Monday at |}V', for
lha benefit of the «!iil.nt« The
«l>rakrr« will Inrlud* Captain nieen,
V. I* Am »ho !• about to leare for
Alaaka to r<>nlu-t r .v«rnm*ni <•»■
plorailnni. «n 1 will apeak on hi« pro*
poeed un'l»r!aklr.« Prof. Meemy
and othera will add In the program
with abort adirraa** I*reildent
Arthur Jackaon will prettde (I the
•i. A rommltta* abnvM h» >i 1 M I M Mfel OM —»■ <" hand at
onr« All the buftnva* men a| thr rily will contribute."
•It would b« a good thin* for fteattle to have the boy* mustered out
here." MM W. 11. Mlddlrton. (ecretary of the Wrili m Central I^abor
Union. "1 favor th* propoalllon to give them a right myal reception
upon their return, and am aure that the cltlien* of Seattle would be gUd
of the opportunity to expreaa their appreciation for the bravery
"I «m In favor of having the boy* mu»tered out here." Mid County
Aiwuor W. A Itali.y "I think the town* «roun<l Beattin would con
tribute and Join hand* with vii Inrecelvlng the volunteer* upon th. r
return The Idea of ral»lng money by « popular »üb«crtptlon It a good
on*. Everybody Ihould be Interested. Quite a fund could be ralaed
among the *chool children at a »üb»crlptlon of 60 or UN- each. lam
•ure all the old aoldler* of th* Civil War would Join hiintjii In » irrand
celebration. If there in one that wouldn't, hr ought to '•■ drummed
out of town. I «m willing to la anything In my power to aid In setting
up n. roualns reception for the boy» "
••The bravery of th« volunteer* ought to !><• reoognlied and appre
ciation *hown by the cltliena of Seattle." laid Judge E. D IHM "I
•m in f»vor of ral.in« money for a rr.nd celebration and dl.pl.y of
"Whoop >r up for the boy*, an<l give them a warm reception, MM
Judge John K. Hurophrlea. "I am "lily 111 favor of the celebration
Otis IKinainN Unconditional Surrender.
WAHIIINOTON, April 29— <Jenernl Otla wired thl» mornlnir that he
had refueed to ce««i ho«lUtl<-» unlc»a the ln«ur«ent« agree to an un
conditional aurrender. It m 1..11.v .1 In admlnlitratlon rlrclea that the
nilptnoa «ill nubmll to tht» MMM of Otl«. and will bring the war to
an end without further delay.
Are Lieut. Gtlmoro nnd Crew Held Prisoners?
WASHINGTON. April 29.-The department ha* received M word from
Admiral Dewey re»ardlnir the report that Lieutenant Ollmore .nd hi.
creW from the gunboat Y..rkto«n are MM ai l>rl»"ii.-r. In the hand! of
tli<> Inauricntu at I'ulri mo.
Hcv. I>. C. (Jnrrett (Joes to San Francisco.
rOUTt.ANr>. April -Hiv. D. 0. Uarrett. rector of Trinity r-arlih
church, bu accepted the mil to St. l,uke'» church at Bnn rrwicljco.
Dr. ilii'rr.-it tendered hi* rr»l«n»t|on ycitcrday afternoon, to take effect
September i. Kjf
Scllinß Wreckage of the Kingston.
TAPOMA. April ».—The wreckage "< the CHy of Kingston will be
Hold to the hiirli"-«t bidder next Wednesday. The hull nnd machinery of
it,,. ateamer which ll«» at the bottom of the bay, will also ba MM, the
future owner taking til* chancel of ever getting It to the surface.
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Stit'll Hooks, pi i dozen... • ioc
Leaden sc, 10c, 25c
Silk Line, 2; yards . 25c
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An Easy Way jo Get the Best.
Comr In and look around: we »i«h you to are Ju«t what the
hill* back of Kr.ut!# contain In the way of rich copper ore.
Thin la the aort of «tuff that haa made the Suneet valu
able, and which will make the I»»t Creek and Hllver Creek
«!..■ ka rapidly appreciate: It talka more plainly than we
can. and 1* *ure to find It* way Into your thought* when you
go home and talk uv.r the matter of buying some Treaaury
■M with ill.- family.
Th. will hi many a comfortable home bought with the
proce+da of the aale of l^-at Creek. Silver Creek, and other
good, cheap copper (tock*. We ihouldn't be at all »ur.
prtaed If ■ ten dollar bill will cover the original lnveatment .
In more than one Instance.
Money rightly expended will do wonder*.
JOHN E. McMANUS & SON, 918 Second Avenue
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An old friend In • new gulst la Un
familiar willow porch chair with in
adjustable back, a la M arris.
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The new curtain*. Ih • MMI
my*ier>. are very suitable for the
summer home. They are made of
light-weight xi:k pongee and China
In lints of pink, maize, pale itr.-tn.
white, etc. Borne are elaborately
trimmed with lao« application.
They are always used In pain, »u-
pended from brims rods, and are very
in" and very popular.
The on. c universal blue and whit*
striped bed l!ckln«r la almost un
known on (he modern bed. In these
day* daintily striped or flowerej
cretonnes, linens or denims have
taken their plara aa mattress, boU
strr and pillow covering- The l»t
--ter wear quit* a* well and are In*
finitely more attractive.
One objection raised to the attrac
tive denim as a summer Moor cover*
liik Is that It will not wear. An x
prilnn.■•! dealer, however, says this
Is a mistake; that It wears quit* a*
well as ] tnen.
lit'Miiiftil color combinations, aa
well as original patterns, are distin
guishing features of this summer's
cotton upholstering iroodn. Bo that,
a* rottona uri' the most appropriate,
BJ well mm the ronlf-st summer up
hnUtory stuffs, there la no need to
■liH.liiln them for silk or wuolen
Tln«<>le<l-patterni«d jni>:»n<'»i> silk
sofa cushions are so light and dainty
they are. Just the thins for this
Ilurrnu covers with polka dots are
extremely serviceable for summer
wear, besides, the polka dot Is the
height of voirue Just now. They M
be lined with silk or i»titln, us pre
ferred, and ruffled with lace, vttltaf
hoiilion, renaissance or simp,*
In Paris and other large towns In
I'iMl • (■ '" ii ■ bootblack* are In
creasing In number. They wear a
peculiar garb, not unlike Unit of
Sisters of Mercy, which renders their
appearance rather :i- it and attrac
tive. Not a tow among them Attend
|.i their work with gloved imuJ*.