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Sleetlrs of T3wasbi Itoard
First VVtHliiesday alter first Toes-
day In April.
First TueAdtt)- after first Morulay
Third Honda r of Nowmber of
eaenyenr atoUSce of th iifcalQ
trrtcT of music on Mom..'
EnQlltH Ctimposar Buys En
Trash Cu Harm.
A dlsftple of ToMeVs theory that
fminlo majr nrt the morals has com
forward la England in the pwmn of ,
Elr Walter Tarratt. Hs has praotkally
pmpo4 a censorship of inujie, which
ia the far of Us urowln btitemesg
ttnlost the !rainatlc censorship err.
tstnlr shows him to hs a daring If
somewhat mlsnnlded peraon.
V'Iimi mi considers the atyl of hal
14 crerwhfilnttr.gly popular In lrmdon
to-flay, with Its trashy, remlnlseent
melody and Ita everlasting refrain ot '
toe "wounded heart pierced by Cupld'e j
dart" or "the little bird sblch atnga, j
sings, tings," thetr name la legion j
ens can't help but fee there la method
ta Sir Walter'a madnss.
n emrhatlcally denounces senti
mental, weak and washy musie as
There Is very pressing need." h
aaj-a, "for the weeding cit of the manr
oo-ciJled musical compositions on the
market to-day. Many are written in
a sentimental vein which Is most
objectionable and 'deteriorating; In
"Even In our present-day bymri
booka there are many tunes which we
contd well do without
"I ahonld not like It to bs thought
that 1 object to all forma of emotional
mnslc. There Is a certain kind of
'emotionallara' of which I am an ad
mirer; the other kind I would do any
thing la my power to suppress,"
PARSON LOOKED, BUT IN VAIN.
HI Heart Grieved Ovsr Fashionable
FoMtta sf His Wife.
A typical parson of long ago, the
sternly consistent man who sonnded
eonsclences regardless of cocas
qnenees. figures in a recent book ot
reminiscences, "Old Schuylkill Tales."
by Mrs. Ella Zerbey Elliott
Parson M., one of the early minis
ters of Pottsvllle, Ta.. waa never more
sarneatly eloquent than when preach
ing against the lore of dress. Kls
wife, Mrs. M., who was a handsome
woman, nevertheless wore very elabo
rate gown a, and openly avowed her in
terest ia such frivolities. The parson
expostulated against this love of dress
la private, but although she waa an
excellent wife, and obedient to bis
wishes In other respects, she pursued
her own way. ia silk and lace.
One Sunday morning the minister
preached a sermon on humility, and
bore down npoa the vanities of dress
most powerfully. At the conclusion
he leaned over the blgb board of . the
pulpit, his face pale and determined.
"Yon may think." hs aald to bla
congregation, "when 1 preacti against
the love of dress and the sin of It
that I ought to look at borne. X want
to tell you. dear friends, that 1 do look,
aad look until my heart aches."
Cold Bsdreoma Maks Rosy Cheeks.
A beauty doctor, pausing to change
the roller ia aa electrical massage ma
chine, said with a sigh:
"tt la true, madam, that my art
brings to your check a transient flush
sad bloom, but I can do nothing for
yon. really, till you stnp sleeping ia
aa overheated bedroom. Won't yoa
change to a cold room?
"The secret of the English complex
ion is not tbs moist clluiste. Ws bavs
district as moist as a wet sponge,
an 4 In them our women go about with
faces like old leather. No, the Eng
llfh s?ret la the cold bedroom, la
England, with the open fires, a heated
bedroom la unknown.
There they sleep all nltfit, nnder
heavy blankets, with open windows,
the body warm, the head cool, the
lungs Inhaling the purs, cold, winter
air. As a result, they awake In the
morning with shining eyes sad rbecks
The beauty doctor turned on the
cwrrent and began to Iron out an ere
'So should we awake," aha aald. "If
ww removed the radiators from our
bedrooms. And then our skins would
so longer bs dry, opaque and yellow,
hut a clear pink like the petal of a
Costumes Sf British Officers.
Casn missioned officers In the lliitlsh
army are supposed to wear uniform
only when In barracks or on duty. An
officer on furlough, and when sot en
gaged In military duty, Is supposed
to wear civilian clothes or mufti.
There is no bard and fsat rule laid
down by the military authorities, but
the unwritten law of good form, as
upheld by the officers themselves.
tdiIm ft Imnpratlvs on all mrmlwtrs- 1
when attending private functions or
otherwise enxogod la non military
nrsults, to wear civilian clothes.
Lsrg Lived English Family.
HsT Wye, for many ysars clerk
and attos at St. Mary's church, Lon
don, EntlsaC died the other day at
the age of fi as (he result of an acci
dent. II bHonjrea to a family wlib a
reuiarkaUe rewrd for longevity. Two
of his brothers wars 17 snd 5 respec
tively when they died, aad two other
brothers, John, sged 7, sad William,
S3, end two sisters, irged 11 aad 10,
r stiil living.
B.fore and Behind.
"How do you do, Mrs. Btorky! How
well yoa sre lllog! And, my! how
plump you srel Ixi you know. I'd
give all the world to look Ilk youT" i
And that nluU when ber hushaad
cones home she says:
1 saw that Mra. B'.ocky todsy. Did
yta ever sea suta a fat thins lit rcuf
v. " ' Ft Jr ( ' i.
RIDING THE COUTH 8EA RURF.
Author's Description Makes Oris tens
"1 sball never forgt the first big
wave I caught out thsrs la the desp
water. 1 saw tt coming, turned my
back on it and paddled for dmr life,
raster and faster my board went, until
It seemed my arms would drop off.
What was happening behind me !
could not tell. One cannot lock be
hind and paddae the wmdmiU stroke.
1 hrd th crest of the wave hlselng
and churning, aad then my board wsa
lifted and flung forward. I ssarcely
knew what happened the first naif
minute. Though I kept my eyes open,
1 could not see anything, for 1 was
burled in the rushing white of the
crest -. Put I did net mine. 1 was
chiefly conscious ef erstatio bliss at
having caught the wave. At the end
of the bait minute, however, I began
to aee thlnga aad to breathe. I saw
that three feet of the nose of my board
waa clear out of water and riding m
the air. I ahlfted my weight forward
and made the noee come down. Then
I lay, quits at rest in the midst of the
wild movement, and watched the
shore and the bathers on the beach
grow distinct 1 didn't cover quite a
quarter ot a mtle on tket wave, be
cause, to rrevent the beerd from d4v
Int.' I shifted my weight back, but
shifted it too far, and tell down the
rear alope of the wave." Jack London)
la the Woman's Home Companion.
ROMANCE ENDS IN HAPPINESS.
Chlldhesd Swssthsarts Meet at New
Orlsana and Are Married.
A romanee which begaa la their sa
tire land when both were children,
and long before they dreamed of com
ing to America to seek their fortunes,
culminated In the wedding of Antonio
llervatln and Joana Rumla of Pajta,
Austria, says the New Orleans Ftca
yune. They came over oa the Sella
Hohenberg. Antonio Is a farmer, aad
be came to look for land which he
could cultivate and later bolld a home
npoa. Joana esme to New Orleans
expecting to obtain employment as a
servant; bnt wbea the time earns foe
them to prt at the ahlp'a aide It was
more than Antonio could stand and
harder then Joana bad dreamed, and ,
ilea It wss that lo-re asserted Its rals
aad they decided to east their fortune
together. 8tephen Jotsa, assistant
reUry at the stats imm!. ration b
bean, went with them to the 3t. txmts
cathedral, wlwers they were mad man
and wife by Mong. Laval Radian
as children la their new-frond baspt
nesa, bride sad grown left for Laurel
Kill, in West Feliciana, where they
were taken by Miss Stuart to work oa
the sugar estats of Mr. Henry Stewart.
Preef That Oysters Hsvs Brains.
William R. T raters, the famous
stammering New York wit, one met
st dinner a pompous Englishman who
was "doing" the State, its had let
ters a-ptsnry attesting bis Importance
letters from Oladsten. Dtlke, Salis
bury snd Churchill. Hs had talked
everybody tired before the dlsaer be
gan, and Travers saw visions ef a
bad meal when h discovered the Eng.
IteBsasa te be hi neighbor at table.
There was sever a step to the fellow's
tongue. When the oysters were
breaght oa be began: "Now, It Is A
question whether or not the oyster
has bralas; scientists dispute the
Idea" T-t-tthey certainly have
some," retorted Travers. "Your proof,
air." challenged the Briton, eager for
argument "W-ah ah why. sir, the o-o-oyster
knows h hah how to shut up."
The seventeenth-century purlUa
preachers larked for two hours ft
more, not "by the clock," but by the
hour glass. At least one cf them
turned the glass to humorous account
He found himself no further tbaa the
middle of the sermon when the sands
l.J run eut. "Drunkenness" was hi
subject, and, reversing the horeloge,
"I-t's hare another glass." paid ha
Sir Roger IEstrange l.lls of a xarleh
clerk who sat patiently until ttt
preacher wss three quarters through
his second glass, and the majority of
Ms hearers had quietly left ths church.
Rising st a convenient pause, be
asked the minister to close the church
door when be had done, "and push
the key under It, as bs and the few
that remained were shout to retire,"
Eyelashes and Ey. brows.
There is reach beauty la long, silky,
curved eyelashes. Men are proud of
"beetling brows" fringed with Cre
bridles. They fondly bslleve thai
suT3 features indicate force of char
acter barked up by Immense brala
euergy. la Clreaasia, Persia and parte
ef India oos of a mother's earliest
csrea is to promote the growth ef her
children's eyelashes by tipping and re
Biovrng the fine, gosssmar-like points
with a pair of actssors when the
youngatera are asleep. By repeating
this every tuueth r sis weeks ths
lathes become long, close, finely
curved snd glossy. This prsctlcs is
said to be very useful in treating in
fUmniatloa of the eyea. or granulated
lids. Shaving will maks the eyebrows
thick aad heavy.
They were talking about the chil
dren In the building and bow they
played In the halls sed what a nuisance
they were. "My boy Isn't like that,"
remarked the tat dweller la the front
apartment. "It never makes any
trouble, lis cerer plsys In the balls
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