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SUNDAY MORNING GLOBE GL 013E WASHL WASHINGTON GTON1 D DQ 0
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New N eWY01kOltJFanCy York City Fancy blouses with withbig withbig withbig
1 big pointed collars that open to reveal revealcontrasting raven revenlcontracting I IcontrastIng
contrasting fronts are among the lat latest latest latetfeatbres ¬
est etfeatbres features of the season and have
1 WOMANS W01UN S FAHor DLOCSl
the tbeadded added merit merit of suiting almost all allfigures allfigures allfigures
figures The smart May Manton de design desIgn design ¬
sign is shown la n Pompadour silk show showing showIng showlug ¬
ing a white ground with collar of white whitetaffeta whitetaffeta Wl1te Wl1tetatreta
taffeta full full front and frills of chiffon chiffonand chltrouand chiffonand
and trimming of cream lace and medal medallions medallions medallions ¬
lions With it Is s worn a soft stock stockwith stoelwith stockwith
with cravatte that matches the waist waistbut waIstbilt waistbut
but all silks soft wools and the themany themanycharming many monycharming manychatmlng
charming cotton fabrics are appro appropriate approprIate appropriate ¬
priate priateThe prIateThe priateThe
The The foundation tou dntlon Is a fitted lining that thatcloses thatcloses thatcloses
closes at the centre front The waist waistproper waIstplo waistproper
plo proper r consists of fronts and back backand backacid
i and acid is I arranged over the foundation toundat n
II I A SMART OUTING COSTUME
closing Invisibly beneath the left front frontThe trontTbe frontThq
The back Is smooth across the shoul shoulders shoUIders shouldera ¬
ders and drawn down in gathers at atthe atthe atti
ti the waist w lst line but the fronts are slight slightly slighty ¬
ly y full at the belt wjiere whet where they blouse blousestylishly blousestyllsh1y blousestylishly
stylishly and becomingly To the waist waistis waIstIs waistis
is seamed the big ornamental collar collarThe coUarThe collarThe
The Centre centfe centre front is soft and full is isshirred IsshhTed Isshirred
shirred across with tiny tucks at Intervals in intervals Intenalsand ¬
tervals tenalsand and finished with a stock col collar col colJar collar
lar The sleeves are in elbow length lengthTvlth lengthwIth lengthwith
wIth soft frills frills but these last can be becut becut becut
cut longer and converted Into puff puffed puffedunderBloeve d dunderBleeve dunder
underBloeve under sleeve of full tullIength length gathered at atthe atthe atthe
the wrists into straight cuffs of lace InceTo laceTo nce nceTo
To cut this blonso for a woman of ofmedium ofmedium ofmedium
medium size three and a quarter yards yardsof yardsof yardsof
of material twentyone Inches wide widethree wIdethree widethree
three and sneelgbth yards twenty twentyseven twentyjeven twentyseven
seven inche wide two and seven seveneighth seveneighth seveneighth
eighth thirtytwo inches wide or two twoland twoMutd twoland
land a half yards fortyfour Inches wide wideWill widcwill widewill
Will will be required with two and a half halfyards hnfards halfyards
yards ards of chiffon tor full front and andtradersleeves andundersleeves andundersleeves
undersleeves and fiveeighth yard of ofcontrasting otcOntrnstlng ofcontrasting
contrasting material for collar collars
s A Smart Outing Costume CoitnmcOuting CoAtnmfOUting CostumeOnting
Outing costumes mode with short shortskirts snortskirts shortaklrts
skirts and blouse coats are essentially essentiallysmart esse IAlJy tlpllysmart IAlJysmart
smart and have save the merit of being beingcomfortable beingcomfortable beingcomfortable
comfortable as well The stylish May MayManton MayMnnton MayManton
Manton model shown Ip the large largoIllustration largeIllustration largeillustration
Illustration Is made of gray Panama Panamacanvas Pnnnntacnnvas Panamacanvas
canvas stitched with cortlcelll silk and andis andIs andIs
is worn with a hat of Panama straw strawand strnwand
1 and a ashirt shirt waist of white linen linenThe UnenThe linenThe
The blouse is eminently simple The Theback Theback Theback
back Is plain and smooth without full fullness tullness fullness ¬
ness but the fronts while plain Across Acrossfile 4crosstIlo acrossthe
file shoulders have the fullness stylish stylishly stylishly stylishly ¬
ly arranged arrnnge < 1 at the waist line and anddroop andaroop andtroop
droop slightly over the belt The neck neckIs neckIs
Is finished with a regulation coat col collar c cbllax I IJar ¬
Jar and notched lapels and a pocket pockets
is s inserted in the left front The sleeves sleevesare sleevesare sleevesare
are in n coat style slightly sllghtJybellshapecl bellshaped at atthe attho atthe
the hands When the basque exten extension extensl extensiOn ¬
sion sl n is used it Is joined to the blouse blousebeneath blousebenotth blousebeneath
beneath thu belt beltThe beltThe beltThe
The skIrt is cut In five gores that thatare thntare thatare
are shaped to avoid darts at the hips hipsad blpsal1d hipsAnd
ad that thntwldon widen below the knees The Theflounce ThelIQUDCe Theflounca
flounce lIQUDCe is circular c circular rcular curved to be amply
foil and is teamed amed to the lower edge edgeso edgeso
so giving a more becoming effect e ect than thanIs tbanIs thanIs
Is possible when arranged over the theekirt theskirt theskirt
skirt The fullness at the back Is ar
r
rangtdln ranged in Inverted pleatil pl plat lt that t1i ttihtare ttihtarestitched tn ore orestitched e eIItltched
stitched Hat for a few Inches Inc s belowthe below belowthe belowthe
the waist waistTne waistThe waistTile
The quantity of material required requiredfor requiredI requiredfor
for the medium size Is nine and a half halfyards haltI baityards
I
I yards twentyseven indIes wide five fivethreequarter fiveI lirethreequarter
I threequarter yards fortyfour inches incheswide Incheswlde Incheswide
wide or five yards fiftyfour inches incheswide IncbeeWide incheswide
wide for the blouse alone three t ree and a aquarteryards aquarteryards aquarteryards
quarteryards twentyseven inches wide wideone wideone wideone
one and threequarter yards ynr 8 fortyfourInches fortyfour fortyfourInches tortytourInches
Inches wide or one on sfaCL fiveeighth ilve eighth yards yardsfortyfour Jtlrdsfortytour yardsforty4oui
fortyfour Inches inches wide wI e for the skirtalone skirt skirtalone 8khtalone
alone eight yards twentyseven Inches Incheswide IncheswIde Incheswide
wide four and threeeighth yards fortyfour for fortyfour tortytour ¬
tyfour inches wide wId or two and a thirdyards third thirdyards tblrdyards
yards fiftyfour Inches wide wideA wideNovelty
A Novelty In IQttlCIAt PottleoatsA Pottteqati PottteqatiA IQttlCIAtA
A novelty In petticoats Is the DollyVarden Dolly DollyVarderi DoUyVardED
Varderi It Is made of printed lawnwith lawn lawnwith Inwnwith
with one two or three graduated graduatedflounces graduateddounces graduatedflounces
flounces and Is pretty and appropriatefor appropriate appropriatefor
for gingham pongee pongee or other thin dressfabric dress dressfabric dresstabrlc
fabric that Is not sheer White skirts skirtsare skirtsare skirtsare
are in greater demand than ever ever and andmay andmay andmay
may be had In the trained style with withrich withrIch withrich
rich and pad elaborate trimming for even evening evenIng evening ¬
ing wear w ar or In the handsome walking walkingskirt walkIngskIrt walkingskirt
skirt variety or the simpler styles for forordinary torordInary forordinary
ordinary service on dusty days daysThe daysTbe daysThe
The Lateet In Shirt waists TPaUtiThe WaJatThe waistsThe
The newest thing In n shirt waists Isthe Is Isthe Isthe
the glass linen This is nothing more morenor morenot morenor
nor less than the coarse whlte linen linenwith linenwith linenwith
with crossbars of blue or red used forpolishing for forpolishing torpolishing
polishing table glass It makes upprettily up upprettily upprettily
prettily and is s Immensely serviceable serviceableA
A handsome Skirt aklrtLang SkirtLong SkIrtTong
Long trained skirts make ssentlal essentialparts ssentlalparts ssentlalparts
parts of correct bridal costumes cost mes The
exceedingly handsome May Mantot Mantotdesign lIIantordesIgn Mantotdesign
design is perfectly rtectly adapted to that use useand use1lnll useand
and is both absolutely new and grace graceful gracetul graceful
ful bpi becomes oocom suited to simpler oc occaslons 00cRslons occaslons
caslons also aso by curtailing its length lengthAs lengt4As lengthAs
As shown the material is white sllfl sllflwith sllllwith subwith
with trimming of Duchess lace It Itbands Irbnnds itbands
bands medallions and butterfly bows bowsa
a full ruche of chiffon finishing th thlower the thelower thilower
lower edge edg but all white whlt bridal ma materials materll1ls materials
terials are appropriate te when the gowc gowcis gowlIs goweis
is to be worn upon the most momcn momontous momcntous momentous
tous occasion in a womans life aV aVhandsome ala alahandsome 11 11hnnc1sorne
handsome dress materials for the thrtrained thetrnlned tiltntrained
trained skirt designed for other uses usesThe usesThe
i The original includes a circular fiounci fiouncion fiounceon llouncton
on front and sides but can be mad madplain madpaln mathplain
plain it preferred preferredThe preterredThe preferredThe
The skirt is cut ut In seven gores twc twrof twcof twcot
of which form the train The flounce flounceIs
Is fitted to front and sides and can b be blw <
w
A SKVENGOHED SByZA OOfED TRAINED SKJUT SKIn
applied nppll a over the material or the latter lattercan lattercan lattercan >
can bo out off at the Indicated depth depthand deptband
and the flouncd flounce seamed to the lower loweiedge Ioweledge
edgeTO edge edgeTo
To cut this skirt In n the indium size sizefifteen sizefitt
fitt n and a II half yards of material materialtwentyono mllterlnltwentyono materialtwentyone
twentyono Inches wide fourteen yards yardstwentyseven yardtltwentyseven
twentyseven inches wide or r eight lght and andi
i II halt yards fortyfour inches wide will willbo wllJbe willrequired
bo required
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UNWRITTEN UNWRITTE f LAWS LAWSThe LAWSrho LAWSThe
The Next of the Barber and Giving Givinga Giving Givinga
a Smoker a Light LightNext LightNext LightNext
Next the timehonored barber barbershop barberilhop barberchop
shop word is the audible evidence of ofidminlstratlon oftdmlnlstratlon oftdministration
idminlstratlon of one of those unwrlt unwritten unwrlten unwrlten ¬
ten en laws which are enforced more moreitrlctly moreitrictly morestrictly
strictly than many engrossed statutesNext statutes statutesNext statutesNext
Next Is part of the fairplay fl1lrpl fair play y code codeind codeLOd codetad
tad probably was incrlbed In Invisible InvisibleJilc InvisiblenIt invisibleank
nIt on imperceptible parchment by byhe bybe byhe
he patrons of the first man who whoicraped whoJcraped whoscraped
scraped chins for hire hireIt hIreIt lureIt
It Is first come first served crysalized crys crysalized errsallzed
alized The barber who Derails any anynan I1nyDan anynan
nan to break the law of next is ispunished lISunlshed aspunished
punished on the spot as an accessory accessoryifter acoessoryitter accessorytiter
titer the fact and the criminal who whoslides whodldes whoalldes
slides Into a chair before his lawful lawfulurn lawfulurn lawfulurn
urn is looked upon as a worthy can candidate canJldate canlldate ¬
didate for penitentiary honors honorsA
A man may step ahead of the one oneBefore oneDetore oneoetore
Before him in tho line leading to theoox the theoos theoox
oox office of a theatre and every per person per30n persea ¬
son In line will feel a personal griev grlevtrice grievance grlElvnce ¬
trice ance against him but no one holds the theicket theIcket theicket
icket seller responsible for this infraction In Infraction fnrraction ¬
fraction of the first come first sere sereed served serYedIt ¬
edIt ed rule ruleA ruleA ruleA
A hurried depositor may reach reachover reachoverhe reachoverthe over overhe
the he shoulders of those who lined up upbefore upJefore up9etore
before him In front of the receiving receivingellors receIvIngellers receivingellors
ellors window but no one feels that thattho thattbo thatthe
the man behind the plate glass screen screens
s a subject for a agrand grand jury Investi Investigation Invesijgatlon inveatlgatfon ¬
gation gationBut gatlonBut gatfonBut
But in a barber shop next merin meaiinext means meansnext merinnxt
next It is the basic principle on onwhich onwblch onwhich
which the constitution and bylaws of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the > tonsorial profession are founded foundedIny toundedny foundedAny
Any ny barber who will wll permit the wrong wrongman wrongman wrongman
man to get into the right place after afterDO afterl1e afterho
DO l1e has called out Next loses the thepeepect thelGipect thereapect
peepect of his customers then and andthere andthere andthere
there
No Standard In Language LanguageWant LanguageWant LanguageWant
Want to standardise the pro pronounciation proDounclatlon pronounclation
nounciation of English do you youqueries youqueries 1 1queries
queries a scientist of the bureau of ofethnology ofstlmoJogy ofethnology
ethnology Well you ou will not suc sueoeod succeed succeed ¬
ceed
Language will not standardize un until untIl antin ¬
til it Is dead It is constantly chang changing changIng changIng ¬
ing We are going to lose the final finalg finalg finalg
g from Ing iu n 200 years We are aregoing areolng aregoing
going olng to elide and attaoh the negative negativeto
to Its verb We shall drop the apos apostrophe npostrophe apostrophe ¬
trophe from dont and that form has hasalready hasalready hasalready
already displaced the singular form formdoesnt tormdoesnt formdoesnt
doesnt Speech forms and changes changescome changescome changescome
come up lap p from the unconquerable mul multitude mulmude mulItude ¬
titude The educated educate few surrender surrenderor su render renderDr
or get run over Even Even now now written writtenEnglish writtenngUsh writtenEnglish
English is a different tongue from fromthe fromihe fromthe
the English of colloquial speech speechThe speechThe speechThe
The strength of our tongue Is in inIts InIts InIts
Its wonderful flexibility Place slae siaeby slaeby slaeby
by Aide a scientific statement of the theprecision theprecisIon theprecision
precision of the equinoxes a milliners mil milliners millners ¬
liners description of a new Parisian Parisianhat Parisianlat Parisiantint
hat a baseball reporters story of a adouble adouble adouble
double play at second base and an analsotrlolana an9ltotrlolans annsleotriatans
alsotrlolana account of the burning burningout burnhlgout burningout
out of an armature and you have havetour havec havefour
tour c ur different languages tncomprohenslble incomyro incomyrojenslble incomllttenslble
jenslble to the general reader yet all allIn aUIn allIn
In this wonderful English of ours oursPersons oursPersons oursPersons
Persons of ordinary Intelligence Intelligenceicnow Int intelligenceItnow jlgen e et
icnow t Itnow < now the meaning of 10000 wards wardsThere wor wordsThere lB lBrhere
There are 260000 words in a iLstacd iLstacdIud stand standard stand standand ¬
Iud dictionary of which then then 240
300 00 are In an unknown tongue to theaverage the theiverage theJverage
average man It Is not possible to tostandardize totandl1rdlze tostandardize
standardize a spoken language languageThe languageThe languageThe
The Merchants Decision DecisionSir DecisionSIr DecisionSir
Sir said said a lad coming down to one onepf 0110f oneof
pf f the the he wharves In n Boston and address addressing addressIng addresslag
ing a wellknown merchant Sir Sirhave SIrhl1vo Sirhave
have you any berth on your ship I Iwant Iwant Iwant
want to earn something somethingWhat somethingWhnt somethingWhat
What can you do asked the gen gentleman gentleman gentleman ¬
tleman tlemanI
I can try my best to do whatever whateveram whateveram
I am put to do answered the boy boyWhat boyWhat boyWhat
What have you done doneI
I have sawed ana split all mo mothers wotilers motiers ¬
tiers wood for nigh on two years yearsWhat yenrsVhat yearsWhat
What Vhat have you ou not done asked askedthe a8 askedthe ed edthe
the gentleman who was a II queer sort tortof sortof sortof
of a questioner questionerWell questionerWell questionerWell
Well sir answered answered the boyaft boyafter boyaftermoments boyaftera f fa
a moments pause I have not notwhispered notwhispered notwhispered
whispered in school once for a whole wholeyear who whoyenr wholeyear
year yearThats Thats enough said the gentle gentleman gentleman gentleman ¬
man you may ship aboard thlsveo thlsveosel thlsvessel thisvesset
sel and I hope to see you the master masterof masterot masterof
of her some day A A boy who can canmaster canmaster canmaster
master a woodpile and bridle his histongue hIstongue histongue
tongue must be made of good stuff stuffTheatre stutrTheatre stuffTheatre
Theatre Gallery Galler Repartee ReparteeMr ReparteeMr ReparteeMr
Mr W Pett Ridge tolls In the Eng Eaiglish Engllsh EngIIsh
llsh Illustrated that the best repartee reparteehe reparteehe reparteehe
he ever encountered was in the gal gallery gallery gallery ¬
lery of a theatre An extremely stout stoutgoodtempered stoutgoodtempered stoutgoodtempered
goodtempered woman contrived to towedge towedge towedge
wedge herself Into a space that would wouldhave woldhave wot ld ldhave
have accommodated a person of ordi ordinary ordlcl1ry ordinary ¬
nary cl1ry size to the unconcealed annoy annoyance annoyance annoyance ¬
ance of a smartlydressed youth nextto next nextto noxtto
to her She began to peel an orange orangeand orangeand orangeand
and the youthwith youth with a gesture of com complaint complaint complaint ¬
plaint removed his silk hat fussily fussilytq tU8Sl1ytq fussilytq
tq a safer position hI I suppose said saidthe saidthe saidthe
the goodtempered woman that thatyoud thatyoud thatyoud
youd rather have a gentleman genUeIDanslttlng genUeIDanslttlngby sitting sittingby sittingby
by the side of you sir wouldnt w uJdrift you youThe youl youlThe youThe
The youth replied snappishly sna plshJy in tho thoaffirmative thonfflrmatIve theaffirmative
affirmative Ah said the woman womanthoughtfully womanthoughttully womanthoughtfully
thoughtfully so would If IfStepped UStepped IiStepped
Stepped the stones AwayWhen Away AwayWhan AwayWhen
When the New York stock exchange exchangegave exchangegave exchangegave
gave up its old quarters lead than a ayear ayoar ayear
year year ago In n order that a a new tI1W structure structuremight structuremIght structuremight
might go up on the site It took temporary tem temporary temPorlUY ¬
porary quarters qU lters in the building of theproduc the theproduce theprodl1C
produce exchange There is a shortflight short shortflight shortfilght
flight of stone steps leading l dlng to the ex exchange exchange exchange ¬
change floor When the thetook stock brok brokers broItera brokera ¬
era went in these thH steps were practical practically practically ¬
ly unworn In less than thanllx nix six months monthsmasons monthsmalons monthsmasons
masons masons had to be called In to remove removethaeo removothQ removethese
these thQ o stones stones and reset them tl1m the otherside other otherside othersIde
side up Deep furrows turrdwsll had d been beenworn beenworn beenworn
worn Into the surface by thtithoua thtithouaands tile > thous thousands thouaands ¬
ands of brokers clerks and inpsenger inpsengerboys iupsengerboys 2n ssenger ssengerboys
boys rushing up and down tho flight flightThey filghtThey flightThey
They will have to bo replaced altogether alto altogether altogether ¬
gether before tho end of tho year yearChicago yearChicago yearChicago
Chicago InterOcean InterOceanI
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the c he Cooperative Co o7erative Nurse NurseAn NurseAn NurseAn
An employment for young woman womanthat womanthat womanthat
that ha has not yet been b en exploited Is that thatof thatof thatof
of the visiting nurse This novel Idea Ideawas Idenwas id idwas
was the remit of a chance meeting of ofseveral ofs6v o oseveral
several s6v rnl matrons in a a suburban town townfew a afew atew
few days ago agoOne agoOne agoOne
One of the number replied when whinreproached whenreproaohed whenreproached
reproached by her hostess for thelong the thelong thelong
long intervals between her calls that thatshe Ulatshe thatshe
she could co ld not leave eavc her little boyalone boy boyalone boyalone
alone with her one servant Theonly The Theonly Theonly
only time that I can get away Is oc occasionally occaslonnUy occasionally ¬
casionally on Friday l < rlday afternoon she shesaid shasaid shesaid
said saidThis
This plaint led to a comparison of ofexperiences ofexperiences ofexperiences
experiences in that direction A second sec second second ¬
ond caller had three children and andonly andonly andonly
only one servant eb so that her case was waseven waseven waseven
even less hopeful and a third said saidI
I have had nurse girls and nursegirls nurse nursegirls nllrsegirls
girls and they never never know enough to torelievo toreUeve torelieve
relieve me of the responsibility of ofmy otmy offmy
my baby They seem to take up this thiswork thisworc thiswork
work worc because they have an idea they theydo thoydo theydo
do not need to know anything in or order order order ¬
der to do it itA It ItA itA
A happy thought came to one wo woman woo wooman woman ¬
man as they thus compared griev grievances gllevnnces grievacces ¬
ances Why can can we not get a nurse nurseon nurseon nurseon
on the tl e cooperative cooperative plan alto asked askedI
OC I mean an educated young woman of ofrefined ofreflned ofrefined
refined manners so that she would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be a safe and desirable companion forthe for forthe torthe
the children If we could find such sucha
a person who would come one day dayevery dayevery dayevery
every week and when needed at atother atother atother
other times It would relieve us ofmany of ofmany ofmany
many embarrassments embarrassmentsOf
iOf Of course we should have to pay payher payher payher
her decent wages We have to givean give givean givenn
an ordinary scrub woman 136 a day dayso dayso dayso
so we w we could hardly expect such a a woman wo woman womIlD ¬
man as we want to come for lees than
150 For this she might come from9ainto5pm from
9 9ainto5pm 9ainto5pmIf a m to 5 p m mIf mIt
If we wished to have her services serviceain servicesIn rlc98 rlc98In
In the evening to permit us to go to tothe tothe tothe
the theatre she might come at 6 8oclock 6oolock 6oclock
oclock and stay as long as necessary necessaryperhaps rieceesaryperhaps deesaryperhaps
perhaps for 60 cents She could couldeasily coudOO811y couldeasily
easily find enough to engage her regularly regu regularly regularly ¬
larly and so make the work pay her herat herat herat
at least as well as sewing or many manyother manyother manyother
other occupations occupationsAll
1 All present pre ent agreed that the sugges suggestion luggestlon suggestion ¬
tion was an inspiration and Im Immediately 1mmediately Innmedlately ¬
mediately a C N Club was W S organ organized organIzed organized ¬
ized the initials meaning Coopera Cooperative Cooperathe Cooperativo ¬
the Nurse Thoy succeeded in find finding findIng findlug ¬
ing a young woman who had studied studiedkindergarten studiedkindergarten studiedkindergarten
kindergarten methods a 0 little but buthad buthad buthad
had not been successful In starting a aschool aschool aschool
school in the town which already had hada hada hada
a popular one oneThus oneThus
Thus far the plan is well estab established establlshed estabUshed ¬
lished and the members of the club clubare clubare clubare
are convinced that the problem of ofoutings otoutings ofoutings
outings for them is solved by the thevisiting thevisiting thevisiting
visiting nurse nurseNew New York Tribune TribuneAncient TribuneAncient TribuneAncient
Ancient City In Mexico MexicoLeopold MexicoLeopold MexicoLeopold
Leopold Batres conservator of ofarchaeological ofarchaeologloal ofarchaeological
archaeological monuments in Mexico Mexicohas MexIcobas Mexicohas
has exhumed an ancient city of the theZapbtecas theZapotecas theZapotecas
Zapotecas In the State of Oaxaca In InIts InIts InIts
Its center id a grand plaza plaz and rising risingto rlsngto
to the north of the plaaa are terraces terraceson
on which are founded two great tem ternpies tempies templea
pies while in the center of the plaza pmzaitself put7c1Itself plazaitself
itself are two massive mausoleums mausoleumsin
in which the priests of the temples tpmpleswere t templeswere mpleg mplegwere
were burled On Ox opposite o poslte sides Aidss of th thpublic tIle tIlepUbllo thepublic
public square there are also twelve twelvesmaller tweh twehsmaller twelvesmaller
smaller shrines six on either hand hnndnil handall
all supported by heavy columns ofbasalt of ofbasalt otbasalt
basalt covered with hieroglyphic in inscriptions Inscrlptlons inseriptlons ¬
scriptions In bas basrelief rellet In the tem temples tempIes tornpies ¬
pIes the history of the people poop IE was wasfound wastound wasfound
found inscribed In the language ofthe of otthe
the Zapotecas upon fifty tablets of ofstone ofstone ofstone
stone So much of the surprisingly surprIsInglyrare
rare historic import has ha already been beentound beenfound
found that Mr Batres will ask the thogovernment thegovernment
government for more men to be put putat putat
at the work of exhuming and fester restoring festerIng eatorIng
ing the buildings of tho longburied longburiedcity longburledcity longburiedcity
city
Horned HorsesProf Horses HorsesProf HorsesPro
Prof Pro Woodward of the Natural NaturalHistory NaturalHIstory NaturalHistory
History Museum of South Kensing Kensington Kensington Kensington ¬
ton London who has been engaged engagedfor engl1gedCor I
for some time past In excavating excavating at atPikerml IIIPlkerml atPikermi
Pikerml near Marathon has recently recentlycompleted recentlycompleted recentlycompleted
completed his work One of the themost themost themost
most valuable discoveries Is Isn a a collets colleotion collentlon colletstion
tion of heads of horned horses They Theywere The Thewere Theywere
were unearthed at Huborea where wherethe wherethe
the professor carried on some eiperi etperimental eXIIfrimenta
mental excavations for palaeonto palaeontological palaeonto10glcnI palaeontological
logical remains In addition to the theheads theheads theheads
heads of tho horned horses the heads headsand beadsand headsand
and shin bones of rhinocerlsand lhlnocerl nnd other otherprehistoric otherprehistoric otherprehistoric
prehistoric animals were discovered discoveredIt dls overed overedIt
It Is curious that out of tho six sl places placesin placesIn placesin
in the world whore the remains of the fhorned
horned horse have been found threuare threu I Iare 1are
are In n Greece and a fourth hi Samba SambaIn Samba1n
in tho Greek archipelago archipelagoThe IIt IIThe
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The First Actresses ActressesUntil I nUntIl
Until the time of Charles II then therewere
were no actresses tho womens parts partsbeing partibeing t tbeing
being taken by effeminatelooking effeminatelookingmen b bmen
men men or boys A good story is told ol 0 tl
certain play at which the King wa was e
waiting a long time in spite splt ol P
frequent remonstrances remonstrances At last fl
became angry and the manage manage P
obliged obll e to tell the truth An u
please you sire the Queen in sbav a
It The King was so 0 tickled that t tc
spent the rest rest of the time he war
to wait In laughing merrily oJ
mentions mfilnUona in his Diary that oc
3 1661 he first saw women qr qrq
stage but this was not the first firstIme
Ime they had appeared for in De Deemb8r
1660 a woman had appeared d
IJesdemona 01 01In 0
0In
InFeedIng In InFeeding
Feeding Elephants In India re reElephants rEElephants
Elephants In the Indian In lan army an ni
twice a day When mealtime m lt1ml ar fc
they are drawn up In line Un before bet r w
row of piles plle of food Such animal si sllreakfa8t
> includes ten pounds of 0 rat ra at
ddne up in five two pound J und pack In
The rice is wrapped wrapped in leaved Ci c
than tied with grass gra At the th It Itommantl t
Attention eaoh elephant of otalBe
alBe its trunk and ud a package ii ot othrown
into Its capacious mouth B BI Tl T Th1s
h1s method of feeding not a II singii ur U11rrdn
of n r rind t A IB s wasted j I er e
In In
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SOSTOFFICE OSTOFF1QE FACTSrigure FACTS FACTSricure
I
ricure if ShowInK towing thu tb tha4Orowth Orojrth rawth of Ullj tlIJtJllm tlIJtJllmt giw giwtty
tty t and of oftheMalt the the1IlaU Mall Service ServiceAstlie ServiceAs Serviceps
Astlie As the result of many requests re reeived roehedllt noelved
eived ehedllt at the Postoffic PostotllQa e Department Depattt llmt the theItolrfl UleVblrtl
chins Assistant Assistant PoBttiinsterGwieral PoBttiinsterGwieraliae ro PosttxlaaterGenera PosttxlaaterGeneralea L
lea Issued Uld a 1 pamphlet pnmphletentitled entitled Pos Posml
I
ml Statistics of tho United Mates MatesIrom ftatesroD1 Statesfrom
from roD1 J775 J776 to 1002 It contains muchthat much muchthat muchthat
that Is of Interests InterestsA particularly a aIhowing ns nsihowlug a8hoWlng s
ihowlug the remarknble remarln lQ growth of the thelountrj tboountry th thountrj e
lountrj since the Revolution RevolutionIn
In 1789 there wore wore only onl seventyfive soveutyflvepostofflces seventyfiveostot seventyfiveostafeos
postofflces ostot ostafeos ces established the length of ofthe ofbe o f
od i
the post routes being 2275 227 miles and andtho uncItho andthe d
tho gross revenue of tho Department Departmenticing Departmontelng Departmenleing t
icing only 7010 The expenditures expenditureslor c expendituresor
lor 01 the same year were 7500 7 UO and of ofhls ofhls ofthis
hls only 1057 were paid in salaries salariesto
to 0 postmasters postmastersThere postlUnstelsThere postmastersThere
There were In 1001 11 > 01 76504 7G 04 postofflccs postofflccsn posto ilcos ilcosn
n operation 511818 miles of post postroutes post10utes4661400011 postroutes466140Oi9
routes 10utes4661400011 400140050 miles of mall service serviceperformed servIceperformed servicperformed e
performed The gross revenues of the thoDepartment theDepartment theDepartment
Department were 111031103 the exaltures ex exflltures exdltures
flltures 115030007 l1l omGOj and 10113590 10113590were 10113 19113590Irene 30 30Iere
were paid as compensation to post postMasters postnusters postnasters
nastersFrom Masters MastersFrom nustersFrom
From June 30 1847 to tl > June 30 1851 1851t0032oo
1003200 postage stamps were Issued Issuedwhile Issuedwhile Issuedwhile
while In the single year 1001 10014320278 4320278 4320213IO
500 IO stomps were used by the people peopleof
of the United StatesIn States StatesIn StatesIn
In 1853 the year oar In which stamped stampedmvelopes stalDpedmvelopes stampedenvelopes
mvelopes wore first Issued 5000000wore 5000000 5000000wore OOOOOOIore
wore used while In 1001 the total was wasr7281I
172839000The 172839000 172839000The r7281I > 000 000lhe
The first years years cars Issue of postal cards1873numbered cards cards1878nurnbered cards181Snumbered
1878nurnbered 31004000 while hlle in n ntool
1001 050014800 wore IssuedThe Issued IssuedThe Issuedrho
The registry r glstry system was started in inIS55 InlSli5
IS55 and in that year the registeredpieces registered registeredpieces registeredpieces
pieces numoored 020822 G203 2 In 1001 they thaynumbered theynumlJere1 theynumbered
numbered 20814901 20814901In
In ISm money orders to the amount amountof athountof
of 1800122 18 O122 were Issued while in
1001 the total amounted to 274540
007 007The
The number of pieces of matter of ofall otnll ofall
all kinds mailed Increased from G00
000 lu 1700 to 7424800820 In 1001 1901Londons 1001Londons 1001Lo
Lo Londons c1on Old Clothe ClothesWhat ClotheWhat ClotheUWhat
UWhat What becomes of old clothes is istho Istho isthe
tho latest question set tOt solution by byour byour byour
our entertaining contemporary the theTailor thoTnllol theTailor
Tailor and Cutter We were not aware awarethat awarethat ware warethat
that the old clo do man had almost dlsappeared dls dlsappeared illsappear
appeared appear c1 But so tis said The style styleIn styleIn styleIn
In which his modern motIern successor does doesbusiness doesbuslnoos doesbusiness
business is to leave a card or circular circularintimating cIrcularIntlmatln circularIntimating
Intimating intimating Intlmatln that he or she will be glad gladto gladto gladto
to wait on the lady of the house to toInspect toinspect toinspect
Inspect any castoff clothing for which whichthe whIchthe whf eh ehthe
the highest price wlirbo wUlJ will be > e paid etcOccasionally etc etcdealers et etOccasIonally
OccasIonally these caftott calf off clothIng clothIngdenIers clothingdealers
dealers do o the business quite genteelynot genteely genteelynot genteelynot
not only leaving a t card in advance radiancebut advancebut ndfl1nCbut
but driving up In a cab when the the busi business busIness bustfloss ¬
ness call Is s made But what do these thesecastoff thesecastot theseenet
castoff enet oe clothing merchants do withtheir with withtheir wltbtheIr
their their purchases To that question the thesartorial thesl1rtorlnl thesartorial
sartorial sl1rtorlnl organ replies Well some somefew sometew somefew
few are sold by the dealers others they theyexport theyo theyexport
export o port and nd others other they sell to otherdealers other otherdealers otherdenlels
dealers who dispose of them in such suchhaunts suchhaunts suchhaunts
haunts as Petticoat lane and so on onIn onIn on onIn
In most of the jumble or rummage rummagesales rummagesales i
sales now so popular with the churches churchesas I I I
as < n means of raising the wind thereis there thereis theroIs
is invariably a lot of old clothes cloth ea and andwe nudwe andwe I
we have hoard that certain garmentsfind garments garmentsfind gnrmentsfind
j find a ready sale on these occasionsLondon occasions occasionsLondon occaslol1sLondon
London Daily News NewsTorrlfjlns Newsrerrllrta NewsTerrlfirn
Torrlfjlns PiesNot Pies FlatNot PiesNot
Not the least quaint and Interesting Interestingway Interestingway interestingway
i way of celebrating cel bratlng the coronation ofEdward of ofEdward t tEdward
Edward VII Is that which will prob probably probaby probably
i ably be carried out at Denby Dale Dalenear Daleneal Dalenear
i near Barnsley For over 100 years yearsthe yeursthe yearsthe
1 the inhabitants have baked large pies pleaIn piesIn piesin
1 In commemoration of remarkable remarkableevents remarkableevents remarkableevents
events < As far back ns the recovery recoveryof
of < George III the practice prevailedand prevailed prevailedand preaJlednnd
t and another occasion was the conclu conclusion concluslon concluslon ¬
slon of peace between England and andFrance nndFrance andFrance
France in 1815 when tho pie contained containedhalf contalMdhalt containedhalf
half a sheep twenty fowls and half a apeck apeck apeck
peck of flour To celebrate her late latemajestys Il1temajestys latemajestys
majestys jubilee the Die le was baked bakedin bakedI
in i n a 1 dish weighing fifteen cwt It was waseight waseIght waseight
eight feet In diameter two In depth depthand deptband depthand
and the total weight was over two twotons twotons twotone
tons The i250 250 and It
cost was was wasdrawn wasdrawn I Idrawn
drawn by ten horses Unfortunately Unfortunatelytho
t the pie when cut was found to beuneatable be beuneatable beuneatable
l uneatable and another was aB made In Inthe Inthe inthe
the following toll owIng September when more morethan morethan morethan <
than 2000 persons partook of itLan itLandon it It Xnn Xnndon n non
don on Chronicle ChronicleA
A Chinese Farm School SchoolA ShoolA School SchoolA
A Chinese farm school where youth youthful youthful youthfun ¬
f ful Celestials can can learn how to becomentelligent become becomeintelligent becomeIntelligent
intelligent tillers of the soli Instead Insteadof Insteadot fastensof
o of crowding Into Chinatown as now nowIs nowIs nowle
Ii Is a proposed Innovation against which whichthe whlcbthe whichthe
the residents of Croyden near Bristol Bristolare Bristolare i iare
n are up in arms The buildings will be beChinese beOhlnesl beChinese
c Chinese In design and a Chlnesp Chines cametery come cometery cemetery
tery with a Chinese temple will 111 also alsobe alsobo
be provided for The cemetery will willtake willtake willtake
take up about fifteen acres out of forty fortyeight tortyelg fortyeight
eight elg 1t purchased The balance of the theproperty the theproperty theproperty I
property will De e turned into n modelarm model DlOdftfarm modelfarm
farm arm It is s nlso in contemplation to toprovide toprovld torovide
provide rovide a a school there where thu thehinese thuChinese thuOhlneS
C Chinese will be instructed in English Englishand BnJIJ h hand
and where every effort will be madeto made madeto mat1eto l
to Improve them The school which whichwill whichwill whichwill
will start with with fifty Chlnnmen is ex exciting exsiting II IIcltlur
citing a great deal of Interest among
lc local Celestials CelestlnlsPhllu1tlpblu Phlladlphln IleconL IleconLNew Recor L LNew s es e eNeW
V VThere
New Yorks York Printers PrintersThere PrintersThere
There are are 1700 establishments aStnbIJ hmcnts in this thiscity thbcity thuscity
city in which conversation Is s carried carriedon corrlel1on carriedon
on in ems That is s to say there arn arnIn arnIn areNow
In Now York 1700 printing offices rep
B Bresenting SI SIresentfng ssenting
resenting senting a working capital of a good goodmany n nmany h hmany
many million dollars and a working
of thousands of men and boys bo s
and girls On the lower east eJ
alone between Fourteenth street
Burling slip there are 800 print
offices where disciples of William
manage to make a fair living n 1
seems Incredlblo does doe it t not Many gj
t these establishments are in n attics
g
thors In cellars with little tent to pay ptl to
class of work turned out compares
with that of the Roycroft
l8 but It t Is printing prJnUugYktor Victor Icier Smith M
the New York PrMS Pr98st
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BUDGES UDG T Tr
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1 1003 190 lI bIODEL D L Lho
the ho rides and fences golfs and swim swimShe swlm1She
She humps herself and hustles hustlesTo hustlesTo hustlesTo
To bring perfection to her limbs limbsAnd limbsAnd j jAnd
And vigor to her muscles J JYet
Yet easier tasks she loves to shirk ahlrVAnd shirJ shirJAnd shirkAnd
And seems to have no n no notion notionThat noUonThat notionThat
That hands were made for useful work workAnd worleAnd
And legs for locomotion locomotionNew locomotionNew ocomotlonNew
New York Press PressNOT PressNOT PressNOT
NOT TUMULTUOUSLY EAGER EAGEREmployer EAGEREmployerAre EAGEREmployerAre
Employer EmployerAre Are you willing to workfor work workfor worletor
for small wages wagesBoy wagesBoyNot
Boy BoyNot Not vely vel willing sirrBoston sirrBostonPost slr sirBostonPost Doston DostonPost
Post Postv v
NO SURPRISE TO HER HERHe HERHeIt HERHeIt
He HeIt It seems strange I should bo boBO boso boso
so much In love with you when threo threoweeks threoweeks threeweeks
weeks ago we hadnt met metShe metSheoh metSheOh
She Sheoh Oh It itoften of otten ten happens that way wayBrooklyn wayBr9oklyn way wayBrooklyn
Brooklyn Br9oklyn Life LifeMAKES LitelrAKES LifeMAKES
MAKES IT GOODThat GOOD GOODThat GOODThat
That fellow makes I mighty good goodmoney goodmoney goodmoney
money moneyIndeed money moneyIndeed moneyIndeed
Indeed IndeedSure IndeedSure Indeed IndeedSure
Sure he works In the mint mintBaltimore mlntBaltimore mintBaltimore
Baltimore News NewsTHE NewsTHE NewsTHE
THE CURIOUS PAIR PAIRMrs FAIRMrs PAIR PAIRMrs
Mrs RubbaI wonder why that thatwoman thatWoman thatwoman
woman keeps watching me so soMr soMr 1 1Mr
Mr Rubha RubbnPerhapa Perhaps shes trying to tofind tofind tofind
find out why you are staring at her herPhiladelphia herPbUadelphla herPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Press PressHER PressHER PressHER
HER FINANCE FINANCEI
I heard a terrible noise in the thekitchen thekitchen thekitchen
kitchen last ast night Bridget I hope hopeyou hopeyou hopeyou
you didnt aldn break anything anythingSure anythlnISure anythtnSure
ISure Sure 01 did mum Me finance the thopoliceman theI911cemnn thepoliceman
policeman wuz there and I wuz WU after afterhreakln atterhreakln afterbroakln
hreakln th Ingagemlnt IngagemlntYonkers IngagemlntYonkersstatesman ingagemintYonkersStatesman Yonkers YonkersStatesman
Statesman
REASSURING REASSURINGThe
The Music Teacher TeacherJohnny Johnny Is improving Im Improving Improving ¬
proving dally in his violinplaying violinplayingJohnnys vlollnplaylngJohnnys violinplayingJohnnys
Johnnys Mother gratified gratifiedIs gratifiedIsthat Is Isthat Isthat
that so We didnt know know whether he hewas heW hewas
was W S improving or we were just jlfs jtfstgett jtfstgetttang get getting getting ¬
ting more used to ItJudge ltJudgeGENUINE It ItJudgeGENUINE Judge JudgeGENUINE
GENUINE SURPRISE SURPRISETess SURPRI SURPRISETessI E ETessI
Tess TessI I told that old beau of gourd gourdthat yourw yourwthat you youthat
that you were married marriedJess marriedJessDld marriedJessDid
Jess JessDld Did you Did he seem surprised sur surprised surprIsed ¬
prised prisedTess prIsedTessYes prisedTeas
Teas TessYes Yes Yes Indeed He said said How Howon HoWon Howon
on earth did that happen happen happenPhiladelphia Philadel Philadelphia Phlladelphla ¬
Philadelphia Press PressSURE PressSURE PressSURE
SURE OF SECLUSION SECLUSIONI
I have decided to spend my va vacation vacation vacation ¬
cation at Newport NewportAt NewportAt
At Newport Why man I thought thoughtyou thoughtyou thoughtyou
you wanted seclusion seclusionI
I do and nd Ill be secluded all nUrIght allI
right I dont happen to bo recognized recog recogI reeo reeonbed
nized in the Newport set setBaltlmore setBaltlmoreNews actBaltimoreNews Baltimore BaltimoreNews
News
THE FLOUR WAS TOUGH TOUGHMrs TOJGHMrs TOUGHMrs
Mrs Youngbride YoungbrldeIve Ive come to com complain complatn coinplain ¬
plain of that flour you sent me meGrocer meGrocerWhat meGrocerWhat
Grocer GrocerWhat What was the matter with withIt withIt withit
It
Mrs Youngbride YoungbrldcIt It was Was tough tough VI VImade I Imade 1made
made a pie with it and It was wasasmuch wasasmuchS as much muchas muchas
as S my husband could do to cut it itPhU11delphla It ItPhiladelphia ILPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Press PressART PressART PressART
ART AND ANDAre ANDAre ANDAre
Are you not sometimes downcast downcastto
to think that you are obliged to apply applyyourself applTyouraeU applyyourself
yourself to art for money moneyYes tuoneyYes moneyYes
Yes answered Mr Stormlngtoa StormlngtoaBarnes StormlngtoJlBl1rnes StormingtonBarnes
Barnes but butnot not as downcast as I am amwhen amwhen amwhen
when I am applying myself to art and andnot andnot andnot
not getting the money moneyWashlngton moneyWashlngtonStar Washington WashingtonStar
Star
SELFSACRIFICING SELFSACRIFICINGMr
Mr Gumstiek is one of the most mostselfsacrificing mostseltsacrlflclng mostself
self selfsacrificing aacrificing men 1 know of said saidMiss saidMIss saidMiss
Miss Cayenne CayenneIn
In what way wayHe wny7 wny7He wayHe
He takes chances on on becoming uttarty ut utterly utterly ¬
terly demoralized in order to find out outwhat outwhat outwhat
what books he ought to prevent other otherpeople otherpeople otherpeople
people from reading readlt readingWashington readingWashingtonStar gWashlngton gWashlngtonStar Washington WashingtonStar
Star
ALL THE SAME SAMEMrs SAMEMrs SAMEMrs
Mrs Minks MlnksI I did writeMrs write writeMrs writeMrs
Mrs Winks WInksThen Then I suppose you yougave YOllgl1ve yougave
gave tho letter to your husband husb nd to topost topost topost
post and he is still carrying It around aroundin aroundIn aroundIn
in his pocket pocketMrs pocketMrs pockethirs
Mrs Minks MInksNo No i posted tho letter let letter letter ¬
ter myself myselfMrs myself1Irs myselfMrs
Mrs Wlnka WInksAht Aht then It Is in my myusbands
husbands h pocket pocketBuffalo Buffalo Express ExpressA
A FAMILY COMBINED COMBJNEDeacon
Deacon Jones JonesI I know of threo threobrothers threobrothers threebrothers
brothers in a neighboring town that thatwould thatwould thatwould
would afford excellent material for lora fora fora
a sermon on the theme of brotherly brot brotherlyove r11
love ove
loveDeacon
Deacon Brown BrownIlJ Ill make a note of ofIt otIt of1t
It It Tell me more about them deacon deaconDeacon de deaconDeacon con conDeacon
Deacon Jones JonesWeJI Well John the theeldest theeldost theldest
eldest is a physician Thomas the thesecond thesecond thesecond
second brother is an undertaker and andWilliam andWJlllam andWilliam
William the youngest Is a marble marblecutter marblecutterCh marblecutterChlcagc
cutter cutterCh cutterChlcagc Chicago cngo News NliwsFATHERLY NewsFATHERLY N ws wsFATHBRI
FATHERLY FATHBRI Y FINESSE FINESSEFather FINBSSEFatherl FINESSEFatherI
Father Fatherl I forbid you ou to allow that thatsapheaded thatsaphende thatapheaded
sapheaded Squllldlggs to enter the thehouse thehouse thehouse
house again againDaughter againlDnughterBut againDaughterBut
Daughter DnughterBut But I love him himFather himFatherI himFatherI
Father FatherI I shall disinherit you I Ishall IehaU Ishall
shall shoot him I shall shallDaughter shaJlDaughterBoohoooo shallDaughterBoohoo
Daughter DaughterBoohoooo DaughterBoohooooLater Boohoooo BoohooooLater oo ooLater
Later LaterFather LaterFatherSay LaterFatherSay
Father FatherSay Say wife be sur sure you YOU doubla dou double douIe ¬
ble Ie Gwendolines GwendoUnesaJIowanee allowance today and andgive andglv S
give glv It to her early I think she is isgoing IsgoIng s sgoing
going to elope with young Squilldlggs Squilldlggstonight SquUldIggstonlghtfSam SquilldiggsnightSan
tonlghtfSam tonight Sen Francisco Bulletin BulletinRunning BulletinRunnIng BulletinRunning
Running up bills la not the sort of oftxereise oteocereise ofexercise
exercise that does the most good
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