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iiuii aii'l I ! u't . t
.M.'.l th!. U tin- f 1 I y of
wiiu, an who "did" t;i a
all.-New vk Tiino.-i.
""y,I':,,s un !rEACHIN(iTIIi; FILIPINOS
Tim Nenril Tint.
gray U tho newest of the
now tints pf this
color. It i-i not so becoming as It in
novel, for there Is not a hint of cither
rose, cream or fawn in tlu tdiado.
I.lltl Things That Count In I)r-tnR.
Tli'j skirls llils season are dee'd d
ly shorier than they wore last.
l.uugh nnd loosely woven materials
are tho most jugular for the time be
ing. Tiny range in price from scvonty
livo odils up.
Linen collars are from two Inches
nnd a quarter to two Inches nnd a
half wider than they were last sea
sou, and the turn-over designs are pre
ferred. l'.lack velvet belts are quite fashion
able, and will be Avorn with both silk
ami cashmere waists. Leather belts
should not be worn with pill; waists.
The uew sleeves are made flat and
tight to the elbow. From the elbow
to the wrist they are slashed, puffed
and pleated into many sorts of full
ness, but invariably finished with u
snugly-fitting buttoned cuff.
Collars and stocks. The little turn
over collars are this season edged
with corded linens and are made in
every possible shape. Stocks and col
lars are made with double bows, which
are lined with contrasting colors.
Ladies' Home Journal.
., )n ,,,, without Cn'. llal
The worn:. n piloted in thU clurnn
ye itof.'.ay has finrgostlons a.i well lis ,
complaints to make r.propts of the j
w.su'e i aruiug women and the woman I
win) wishes she v.-as a wag. -earner, j
As tlio women who don't lave to
work are not yet haiilt-lii d from the
Held, other way of relieving t lie i,n- ,
geMed condition of th. labor market
must be t .oiihid.Tod. One remedy is
the extension of ' the profitable fields
of activity wholly suitable to women, j
"Many suggestions," says this worn- ',
an, "given to me from tlm.. to time a?
to new openings evince a singular i
want of common sense and practical
foresight. The other day I was urged
to recomim ml women to Make up archi
tecture' as a 'paying profession. T.ut
apart from the difficulties and costly
nature of the training, rendering it,
like medicine, Impracticable for any
woman unprovided with an adequate
income for the first five ofslx years
of her career, surely architecture,
which involves the ascending of scaf
folds, the inspection of drains, under
ground supports, etc.. Is not particu
larly fitted for women, so long as
skirts remain their traditional gar
ments. "No such objection can be raised
to artistic dressmaking
wide and varied Holds for the capa
bllities of clever women of taste and
education. ' There is scarcely a single
HARD3H!P3 ENCOUNTERED CY THU
IUiiHjo!iitmpiit unit l)l'ciiiiif.irt ...i-lurrd
Tim OiilcUiies of thr Filipino - lH-
ilrtm to Learn llui-lul AreU of tho
Situation Nutlvr Churmtri ltl .
Itei.ortH received at the War Depart.
m,.ni in.i'fitL tint Hie sending of
American school-teachers to the l'h.l-
inohus will Drove a very Interesting
rvmiliiieiit. writes the AVashlnutoii
corrcfpontlcut of the New York l'si.
Many of them knew little of what
thev wore nolng to; but, hi the wlioie.
they seem to take the discomforts and
hardships Incident to the life there
cheerfully. Ono woman now in the
archipelago says that she was 'swin
dled" Willi tne PhilbpIneK-taat tliey
are not what they were said to be.
She expresses herself as disappointed
1 that she Is not. able to have the cum
I forts that she had last year In a col-
', loito dormitory.
i One very sad thing l:t the teaching
I force has been the death from the
: effects of an operation of W. S. Davis,
: of Colvllle. Wash. He leaves n wife
r.e- n j j
;i 1 on a
lUi to go to work f..r l.'.:ut
i-t- a 1 arrair.'e will) a "h"- ."
commit 1 hi for so lutieli la-
v the ri.ltl.ejno Mil:Miiti:le
TILLAGE IN AU 5TKALIA.
Nc Soutli Unlet l.fiini I n I r'
The Importance of iigr.cmuire as a
factor la the material prog.c-s or a
Kla.e poseilig tin abuiida nee of
suitable land Is beginning to be recog
nized In New i-ioutli Wales, where the
area under cultivation shows not only
a steady annual increase, but al-o Im
proved production both In imintlty
and quality, a result, in some measure,
of a mae scientific treatment of the
soil. In this direction much assist
ance has been afforded by the Stat.
.r. i-ni, ...II t li'll'i-li tMl.lllI' II ll'SSOll
p;Jll I llini ill, ill....,, .... ..
from the Viiited States, has oMab-
llshed a large central agricultural col
lege, a few miles distant trom Syd
ney, with a number of experimental
stations In various parts of the Slate.
The college accommodates a hundred
students, and the applications for ad
mission are always in advance of the
number that can be accepted.
The work of the students is divided
between their class room studies and
) ' ' '
1 ..l,0,liT.n lto Trent out at ft
. ' Another man went their practice in the field. The course
' J J..- -mnn MrrrfT fi wife and of training extends oer.twy years,
four chndren'; another a wife nnd the students of cadi year forming a
hree chlhlron. When It Is remcm- .INtluct class In the class rooms and
itvi there are laboratories the prlne.pal and the two
"J1: ! fif y po -nt. hlcherhan here, It will science masters lecture on their spe
whl h offers, '"J! . much lnlfislouary zoal the clal sets of subjects, and every hmg
discussed Is afterwards followed out
Ins within a counle of years. The "OUI x.u
mian who Is
1k seen how much missionary
It Is remarkable, all accounts agree, ny pracuea. .uuumi. UUB .u .Uv
l.-lllnlnrt r I i Ullll. JUie lailll luuiiiuiius a iui.ii v-
x it.;""" ..... m
00 acres, ana tne aiversuy or
crops Is so great and the branches
... . j . i ,i
a jinrtnnl bo numerous tnat mere is uiwajs uum
-j " " hri,v nuirklv tho lTlln no Ch ldron uem. x
town, country district or suburb w here fo Ql th, i
a really expert woman would not be J JJ ,n tho crop
welcomed and assured of a good li- ; hA'L ,uu0," ' ., . R0 nunu
v , t -i,1 ti-H ftri nt-
,i,,. ..i,i,n 1 r.h-itln.,1 l.v nn'SCnooi nas ueeu u.uuvu ......
i i. timii 'i i ri ill .ii'iiiil loo a iiii.u' -
enslve dressniaKcr geiimg ner , - . n,
c -.i ir.,l m n err pnltlir 11 COl-
models from Paris is well catered for, r.1 . , 7
Mi4!i l IIU I'lrnt l.ovr.
Wi,";:i til t uc !oc v.v m Mom
' I'll VW 11 'in h i, III)' I s it ll'TK,
I" i '.vim- 1 1 f lir Wulilil nil 1 I' old
1'hiollll to be o,T tlinlliiTt
-Clii",l,'0 li' e..ni ll'T ll'i.
Th Soureo of I iif inn nt
"How are you feelUig today?" aske4
the personal friend.
"I don't know," answered the mon
arch wearily. "I haven't t't nd th pa
pers yet."-Chicago IP-cord Herald.
111 Fl-r' l'.ipi rlon. "
Photographer "Look pleasant. (Jen
crr.l. lP-meniber this picture is for
The Ceiicral "A sohlier should
lave no friends, sir. This picture is
for my enemies to look at."-('hloago
A Cull-Down I'or ?Ir. .
Mr. Marmaduke Jeiikyns "
old bovs will be old boys, Mrs.
Mrs. Marmaduke Jenkins "Oh, no;
you mean that old boys will hoop on
trying to be young boys." Detroit
1IU Wonderful Courage.
"They say lie seems to have no fear
"Well. I should say he hadn't. Why.
he goes up Into the northern woods
every year when the amateur hunt
ers are abroad. Sometimes I think
he wants to die." Chicago Post.
One AYoinnn's ATorli.
When the firm failed every cent
owned by the family was gone and
the young woman, scarcely within her
work In progress to provide for tne
daily employment of fifty students.
Lach evening, says a recent visitor.
the principal posts a notice whereon
the students find Information as to
which class of work they are expect
ed to perform next day in cultural
sections, but In connection Avith rou-
s table and
to n,.tn,l nt tho Similar UUlieS, Uie biuuema an- iw.v.
mean a demand off in gangs ior u v,ceK m imauou.-
. I i 1 1, Konn ctrtnil Ml those
to-day; but the avcrago woman with ; "'go u.ru ua,v D ' " " m
good taste, willing to pay a fair price movements have goue on 1th ei j , I -....
..... .,'.., ,r- i,.ntiv t,i tie noise. It would have Iwen much
.i 00rtiaa innmtnnt easier for our educators to establisn
mi- niviupi.. i.vnu.vn.T, 1....! i , i ,,i miioro. dnro the crv sections, nut in cunuoeuuu im
dressmaker, whose sole notion of the High J ' jl. n d coll f J l J. tIne k BUcU n8 mUkiug, stable
are of dress is derived from the fash- edi cn ionfrom the rocaJ le 11 cad
ion plates, who knows nothing of the , 1 "'i""
twenties, had had no practical educa- ' f auJ colop aml fitncRS aml ; War Department to mean a flomana u . '
Hon. She was an exquisKe pianist. I , ttu-mnniitv ,n,t ! for high schools, so that they will not Miangnai .ncictir).
Music lessons she decided upon. The harmonybetwecn dress and wear- I obliged to send their children into
only trouble was where to get the nr ... . f. of i,pautfui ! Manila. In the past, higher education
scholars. llrcss There are hundreds of women ' lias boon obtainable only at great ex- Unles9 a person has learned how to
As usual, with tho falling of the for- . ' . .,, iha harA tjll1nr. 1 pense, and the so-called "educated cather un his powers and direct them
tune, there was a rising of the family f, ,, .11i,i rUMr nnd class" has been an exclusive one. The forcibly towards attaining a single pur-
pride. None must know the true Kratefuily sce evolved a graceful, femi-! American plan has been, reflecting the I)0se and uns he can control them
state of affairs. In time the men . spwiceable workaday dress theories of a democratic government, t0 that t,xteut, his work, whatever It
Avould regain tneir ieei, auu UUW1 for ;i5 or $-10. There Is simply an hn- to iook out umi ei-u u.u.u .u.u u... ng, will never uo saiisiaeiury uiu.ot.i.
then there must not bo an miuing mai moRso c.01jtilieut here. but tlie artistic rio has its i-mgnsn eiemcmary - 0r to others.
there was embarrassmentso the men ,,'mn,... ,11Iiaf ho n wmil!,n of real- This starting at the bottom and build- 0-.Ptinn whloh has to bo sun
ly artistic Ideas and feelings, with an tag up Is a much harder thing than a &n Qah ty() ,s a crlpple
The voune woman decided tnat me . , ,. nnnnnv the reverse process vouiu no, suiec .-,.,nni.in nnir of onitohes. ant
men might not regain their feet 1n flml mUBt be traint,d. i there is a question always as to wheth- t( haU bpfore u reaches evcn a lame
time; also that she did not imenu .,Then , mogt of the sugges. or the upper classes are pani.uuu , couclus5on
burdening anybody, and mat now was tloug fQr emplovment or women ne. anxious tnat tne lower classes u.u
her chance to show of what she was ce,sitate too u;uch capital. In nine be Instructed. The Filipino Tresl
made. She hinted at the scheme of , . - . n ihn .vmllliho Wfl!r. dent, returning travelers pay, always
earner has no canital at all. and. hav- promises to do Just as he Is asked but
int no security, can tret none. So all , falls usually to do what he promises.
Ik, j i
giving music lessons.
There must be nothing like that,
ehe was told. Where would you get
scholars without all creation know
ing that a shoe pinched? The Idea
of a woman in their family earning
her own livelihood was more than
the men felt called upon to endure,
she was told. With an ordinary
kinds of excellent little enterprises
have to be left aside by capable, re- 1
Still there Is much, according to de-
All troubles have two handles; a fool
takes the hot one, a young man the
long one, and a wise man neither the
one nor the other.
Nothing renders the mind so narrow
Poor Lo's holiday. Life.
l'uttlng Ono at ICuse.
"An indefinable sense of danger or
of something dreadful about to hap
pen is pursuing me," said young Mr.
"Oh, you're all right," replied
Spatts. . "Laws for the protection of
lobsters will be enacted this winter.
Cheer up!" Detroit Free Press.
mrimmt..l Advices, that is hopeful In and so little as the want of social in-
. - . ... I. 1- f II . 1 I -.,:-. .mill,.
ill laiujiy nit; mis cauuiu
is,i.t. .nf o fn,v hnn. 1 tlie SltUfttlOn. '106. fUiL Ulim:uiiiro teiwuiav;.
dred dollars. It seems to me that if seem to be insufficient municipal funds be remembered.
the or-anir.ed charities can get thou-. I and a hesitancy on the part of our Eadl mau c!m iuam something fron
sands yearly for the purpose of in- 1 Philippine officialdom to take the Ini- hls neighbor; at least, he can learn.
immo nf f-nses ' tlatlve, and way down at the bottom, t0 have patience with him; to live and
young woman that would have been Qf djg theK Qht to be a guffi. I perhaps, an indifference and a feeling let llve.
enough and she would have done as clpnt numbeP of rjcen and vromen, !-that the General Government ought Instruction ls a teacher, but exam
advised. 01. ludeed of women only, who would , to do everything. The American Gov- pUj an a.tist auJ our eiuoti0us are
Wrhaps it was her ignorance of the create a loan fund and n-ake it avail. crnment has done a great service n tje cQlpra be mixeg ou tbe Lcart.s
ways of the woria ana ci uus-ns i gQ faf fl8 t woulJ g0f for enter. , giymg mese peopie me one "s. " palotte.
"Don't you think it's a man's duty
to be a little helpful in his home?"
said Miss Maggie Zeen.
"Oi. course, I do," answered Mr.
Meukton. "I am 'now engaged in.
studying stenography and typewriting-
so as to be able to take down
Henrietta's speeches." Washington
that prompted her and in time secured 'g th geem likel to be success.
lir. onnnnaa Tint the W.TV tO Pet. KOllOl- I . -. .... . n.. 11.,
her success. But the way to get schol
ars, she decided, was to go after them
Also friends must not know in that
ishe concurred with her advisers.
She said not a, word to any one, but
left her home to "stroll in the park."
.When she returned she confided to
her mother that she had her first pi
ano scholar. Nothing must be said
to the men, she cautioned.
ful. So much Is done to-day ior tne
Industrial classes, so little, practical
ly nothiag, for the educated middle
class, which cannot easily ayail itself
of 'the same advantages. Without
some capital the artistic dressmaker
would have to compete with the fifth
rate dressmaker working for low
prices and able. with a different stand
ard gf life to live comfortably; and
It is strange how often some people
make an excellent
Next day she returned from another . . . t man dlsadvaut.
"stroll ana naa rounu uuoiuer
scholar. Thereafter she strolled daily
for a month, at the end of which time
she had an income of $15 a week, and
every cent of it picked up in a field
open to all.
"How did I. do It?" she said, "why,
easily, with a little patience. I
thought when a person wants any
thing the way to get it Is to go after
it. I went into a section of the city
where I knew people lived who could
afford to take music lessons, and there
after all was plain sailing.
"I picked out the first house I came
'to and asked: 'Do you want a music
teacher here?' They said they did
the shape of English Instruction, which
ill O V.-v r nnl. rlnr. .nfl llfltlPfl
Will, Ol lie-en, u. a u-v-jinfc -u. fi-lic-... on,, rut ll.iv.-
Abou.ns much English is now spoken
... hnr was Snnniah in the Spanish " suowieuse uj. h.
The poorest man is not me one v. uo
has the least, but the one who wants
Many persons believe that the Amer
ican physician may yet become as
great a factor In Philippine develop
ment as the American teacher. The
trained physician of
ought to contribute Something Impor
tant on tropical disease, especially
ages even to be a successful rival; ; am,emc dysentery, wmcn now seems
. ..hi, 1. i,nnri,.o.ia fm- 1 to be so fatal there. Americans say
, n,.,t waoa n wnvit,- Rhr, onnld I that It is surprising to see the lgnoi
.rpt hpr market and. I am convinced. Unce prevailing among the foreign doc-
Innnmn Ww I tors in 1110 iroincs; iu;u tut- ai-ii;-.
Ttr, -e. FROM TI.C r-
Filipino physician never opens a book
or makes any special study after grad
uatiou. At the age of about ten the
Filipino begins a so-called medical
course, which ls nothing more than ele
mentary In character, but because he
studies something for seven years he
believes he Is superior to the American
doctor, who has a course of only four
The Filpinos, as a class, the return
ing War Department officers say, are
In a certain sense cleanly; they bathe
Everything in nature goes by law
and not luck, and what we sow we
this country reap.
Advertising other people's faults Is
a kind of advertising that does not
All that is human must retrograde
if it does not advance.
Everyone has a fair turn to be as
great as he pleasvs.
"But," said the English visitor,
"you have no titled people here."
"Oh, haven't we?" replied the man
w'ho was showing him through tho
stockyards. "Wre have 'em in droves.
Nearly every other man you meet Is
a colonel or a captain, not to mention
the landlords and landladies we have
to kotow to."
Long, dark-red cloth coats for little
White grosgrain cloaks for little
not At forty-six otner nouses tney ennaren.
said the same, but in one place they pur muffs made almost half again 1 frequently, but they are not very se
gave me the number of a place where tbe usliai length. i lect in their bathing place. Their
they thought a piano teacher was Norfolb 1acket suits for outing and housekeeping and home sanitation are
wanted. " vi-nlkirt!? nurnoses.
"I called there and played for the
mother of the children, and was en
gagedtwo lessons a week. Next day
was a repetition of the first, except
that I got two scholars at three les
sons a week. Next day I rang sixty
door bells without getting any schol
ars, but the next day and the next I
got one each.
"In that way I picked up enough
scholars to have an income of .$15 a
week. In time, making friends with
mv scholars, they recommended me to
others, and when I found that my
time was likely to be taken up en.
tirely with lessons I raised my price
Peautiful boleros and entire robes
made of lilet lace.
Japanese silk in a full line of color
ings and combinations.
Slate-colored suede gloves, adorned
with buttons of gun metal.
Boas made of feathers so closely
bunched as to simulate fur.
Beautiful black peau de sole cloaks
for evening wear, lined throughout.
Gold ties of barathea silk in solid
colors, shown in red, white and also
Little ornamental bags of leather
i wretched, although 'the women are as
a rule more businesslike than the men.
The ordinary Filipino has not enough
enterprise to run a business success
fnlly. Whether the children are Inven
tive or merely imitative remains to be
.'en. An oicmeuiary course ui eienee
lef unct Gold-Headed Canes.
"The gold-headed cane is rapidly
going out of existence except as a
token of esteem," said Mr. Henry
Blakemore, a jeweler, of St. Faul,
Minn. "I have been in my present
line of business about thirty-five years,
and where I used to sell twenty gold
headed canes I don't sell one now.
The only time I ever have a request
for one is when some secret benevo
lent society wants to present some
thing to the retiring supreme exalted
grand potentate. Then they come
around and buy a gold-headed cane.
I am sure I don't know why, because
I haven't seen a gold-headed cane car
Distrustful of Oratory.
"You can't get something for noth
ing." "Of course, you can't," answered
Senator Sorghum. "That is what I
keep telling these men who expect to
keep their money in their pockets
and stand up and talk the people into
coming forward and delivering their
votes." Washington Star.
ThlnRS Not to Say to Baby's Mother.
Here are some of the things you
should never say to the baby's mother:
When will it begin to look intelli
gent? Goodness! I believe the child is
really taking notice! ,
Do you think of raising it?
Do you feel any attachment or af
fection for it yet? Minneapolis Jour
"My friend," said the very severe
person, "treasure the precious mo
ments. Think, with the deep awe'
which the subject deserves to com
mand, upon the fact that time Is swift
ly fleeting and stays for no man."
That's all right,
ried in the streets of a city for five j cbeery citizen; "I want It to fleet. If
years. I frequently see one in front tlme were stationary I'd be out of
i ... i.. ..i..-. T -i fnrti- inner nvpr. 1
nan iiai-rain-. m .-, u-u.
family has its gold-headed cane that
has been established to see if Filipinos used to be grandfather's but as an
article oi eveijuaj use it io m.".,
of the past." Washington Tost.
can observe accurately and draw con
The scarcity of labor through the
exclusion of the Chinese and the In
efficiency of the Filipino is a serious
It hs been observed that alternating
Inclosed arc lamps have the peculiar
work. You see, I'm a watenmau. "
pvihi.I-) l . ,
I , r F .onetrifT m M n rr Q n V THVT1 .
I r,,.r.-!.n T. l,n o1-n ,1 1 c OrOPUl L J Ul ..U-.--0 --. -v v. , -.- j
Ittllilrl l VI I i -r-. It lilt. ihou lti.71-1- - - -,.l, -
, . , , i, i . : ture to appear to be covered with a
nosed of the bugaboo that cheap Asia- lul- . ... ,
tic labor, in Its ability to manufacture blulstl e oust.
at low cost, would imperil the civiliza-
A HntVi nine mile? lonsr is to be built
got rid of all those that did not feel to be used as catchalls and in the tion of the world. All employment of ncar Kcrtch. on the Sea of Azof, to
iike paying the advance, and set out shape of mail bags wltli v. i. stamped natives is on the padrone system. No rai;e the ..lrface of that body of water
IrtQ fc!jh.cr Oilricii. TJiai la simpl? tU ?.'c?ji,-Cr fiepds Economist ' Accrlcqa pa wlk cu; auJ lare a four Ice auu eig'at incae. .
Taddl Was ElRht.
Taddie "Oh, papa! I was chasing
our old rooster and he got mad and
gave me a nusiiei oi uuns ou my
I Daddie "Why Taddie, what an ab-
I . !.! -, l.n.lml f 1,,,,!,
SUm lUiUSJ IO Biij a uusuci ui uuiiu.
I see just four little scratches on your
Taddie "Well the old rooster gave
me four pecks, and four pecks make a
j l,W5isU'rEI.r?ss -a -