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?Vi \ ? sj 0|f?. -.- (faVg\V '.^ ?.fi', *$-^a-M$/ # , *- '**?? *** -*N-_ k iV . ivi_-\' Li il ** " I i_^'*_*_/_i>* -?iM' #>-P l? * 1 Jg* % llllllll A DRESDEN SILK GOWN COVERED WITH MOTS&ET.IXE DE HOIK. ADDRESS OX LINCOLN. DR. HUNTER BPEAKfl IN PLACE OF DR J. MAX HARK. . TNTEREJ-TINO REMINISCENCES '-F A MAN WHO ACCORT>.V<3 TA 1*IIF* SPEAKER HAS V, ?T BETTS WQUAIAJBD SIN''K -vs Rt'USB Ol' THK NATION Qalt? a inrgo sudler ** assembled yesterday siter rcxin in the rhup. i of the N irma! College to ll ti s li tl ira on "Chara er Cull ire In Education," which ?w.15 to hav* been glv, the Rei I >r ,t Mas Hark, principal ol the Moravian Betnli !'cefnr\V(im.-n, in Bethlehem, Penn Bul made lt Impossible for thi itet 1 and President Hunter snd M le. '? ented to ?ak* his place. The Rev. Di Qi *1 r of the M ravlan Church in East Thlrtletl meeting with prayer, and then Dr, Hunter made ti ? . ri address on Abrahai l lt wa* a flcnlflrant fa -t that Amer! . - ?'.-?? . hal never been to liege Washing! i f he education of a country - rvey r. Frank life with the three r's, nnd Lli that. Pat hs -?? ?' hooka thal hi r< ? ar.d that gave him mental muscle to rule thi * I a* lt hai never bees ruled i T>r. Hunter i I to the Immlgral n pr ?'??? lem, anl laid thal we could only make An citiseag out of the children of these forela leaching them, in ihe schools, love the .-a- men of ti-.e country. "As sooa a-s the children in our acboola can read," he eaiii. -tho biographies of the great men who malo thi* country should tx p l fore them larly that of 01 ea teat of nil, tbe ora n: birthday we celebrate to-day Lincoln." Mlle Lei '? r said lhal fifty y< ar* ol < xperli i - * in teaching had laugh! her thal all learning mum tx sui rdli ? ? -. -? i Thi n she l ls story of a certain French teacher, who wished ru ??;.:h character In ta*- school, and, thinking thal the beal way to <io so was by giving Ihe children a '."ti** face to look at, lu- i hose lhal of Llncoli Fonrip one n?k'*fl Hm why he had selected sn Amer* i n, and he ri piled thar he had look, d all over the world for a face sultabli for ht* purpose, and Lin? coln's seemed lo him Ihe "honeste*! one In lt." ?'?' - I.- lei though! thal Ihe greal faull of a- ertcan education was thru it went loo faat. The poor little oneu wen- overfed and overstrained, - e rei t waa 1 t when thej ame to fa ?* fe they had no strength to beai a* burden* "There should be nol r ry In a child'* life," *he said. "All should be a perfec! calm." They maa> ? ? ? " ii i. Ian ric beginning now ??? see Ihe evil of cramming, ; ? nome i.r their greatest men, mr-h ns Pastern Rnd Fe] s Faure, had never \ron subjected lo th, ? ** Mlle. Leclerc concluded with an appeal to ihe ? r<- i.rf.sent to !??? proud of Ihell pi- I Tv enjoyment of ll aha said, sn I dignity of lt carmal tie sui pa* ? I Tr.o audience wa<- composed i ritjclps'iv ol I 1 41a and gradu il a of Ihe ? ollege, TBE BITER A\h WAGES. trills GRAHAM BROOKS TALKS ON SOCIAL REF. ?RX1 If any ?eeptlc thinks that women have no n I I*.'- r. ?? !-.*<? vi ? i n ' ; ? .'.,',?. ' ' and wag<? ta- ?] lld hai e sei n thi idlei ? mo. t i> women, that went to thc Berkeley Lyct im ye< ti r i v |n ? be heavy storm to listen to fc'irfs of John Graham Brook* on social rel ' m ordinary occasion* the private cai up 'ho siic-et would have Indict some i iclal f-r.c-ion, ard no one would have Imagined th" oe t a pa-*-; ts wera Intently listening o th< Inlq the "truck store," or the white slavery ol labor In the mines and store! Tn the interim of walting, r.r.e indy remarked: "Could jrou And a* many people In n church or, g*jr-h a day I Her neighbor replied: "Nol unless Mr Brook* wa* preaching," which seamed ;j Uti e hard on he mir.! st er*. Mr Brooks rhnr.R.l his subject to "Tte Buyer ar d Weakly Wages " nra said >*??< I ave no righi lo ui-e the oM i-hriise supply nnd demand, for a rordine to the most advanced social .moml ? w 'rrare the world of product* and eslre is thi only thiner thu* Riv I value. Tr.*, speftk.-r thinks every phase of economic de veJopment gives ua Infinite )."i" thal the old i ? i of thing* ran be Improved, and the widespread In* uron in thia subject would Indi,ar i tl I nature la gettli s: 'is m i ?'?: tn a ni w duty "Every greal social wrong, ssld 'he speaker, "has been defended by the cry thal I i I rm* are Institut.'! t.?:*-:-.. <?? m..I Indus'i hs. will hi ?lesiroyeil, I il the tina- ls coming when Ihe 'can I si all grow into tne "can" and the Impossll I* Into th* ot t>**auF'. we have aroused ourselves Th*- economic question of lusurj ws* taken un, for on the proper distribution ot w<ji"i depends the well-being of the community a brief account teas given of what England a* ? Oovernment had dona to rn is* th* standard pf ir.?* ri* a na in ox iimhh- ????- ?- ?? . ?. ? , ?"onsumer*-' League, If wisely ? aiTl* o- t. In cloalna M Brooks inrmrkwl that h* could rr.ike no a^ro.Jer pl-a for 1-,.l;M'l"a! .fT.a a quoting tia, words of an ...a.,-nt eeonomUi of beg verse Every' one with hOOCSl work aral though! mSV fin to dean his own little corner of Ihe uni QUA E Eli BABIES. To th* Editor of The Tribune Slr. Apropos of yo-.r dis, usslon "f Qu .ker i hil dren, may I ask U any MM of four reader* evei 'aw a Q-iak-r baby, nnd what did ll leo* Uki DM n wear pUln clothes, snd s?si ll demure snd kell-behaved mxi prim, a.* ona mighl caped tah thia in all ?' i lousness, having bei ti ral*, d among Frlendi .i associated with them "' "? Hf* ? . ? ait| ??[? i hav ofti n pul ihe - ime que lo ot hi ra i ha -? ? ri.mswi wi In i ' " ? .. | .. | .hal g ker chi ar- n - n i"'"1 /"' growi . and i evei ry i r are i ros* ?? " ??' " father* walk Ihe floor o' nights, though when n areolar \i,, v can bess llvelj aral active ai o chlldrtn. lu.pectfull.. ,?.,,,,,,,,,. CHARLES I W '-V"V . Consulting Sanitary Bngtnei i Ko. Ui Pearl-st.. Kew-Vork, Wh. U. wt N^?^T*ift*fr Ht To Bunahlne Society: Think* f,->r your kl).il In. ;.r. *i in mo i hsve received .1 letter from Hrs. Broome offering to send rn** "McClure's Magazine." whl ' the re idlng of very much. I tess - irpr ?-? ?! on opening our Semi-Weekly Tribune ? , 1 my .- irel< sa note In lt. I ought to hsvs lakei rn re pains with lt. Now sbcul tracing the designs, I lay the paper .- ihe ?- gn and tak-* a pencil and tra ?? thi : par's and lines aa!.! . ahow quite plainly ..-'?l the paper, Ths tracing paper maj l?e f stened to th* paper containing the <Vr.:n;i v. li ? red, ur both the design and tr... Iml: pa pei might ls laid "ii pasteboard and secured by aorr. - rn I ; bul I have noi f iui ri thai n* 'es tracing paper. Tracing paper la cheap; IO cents' worth -.a v. last a good while, [cut oul ihe s ippear In Thi Tribune, whether ol v.. or In some Instances, dresses, snd k'-.-n ? icm aa 7 ti mv tracings In bia.' envelopes, my object '?? Ina thal fli.me lime 1 hope 1 1 learn designing, and .,- these design* I* .. help to rn*. 1 would lik?- r.> irr.iulr.- if the m.-.klr.K of Batt I* trying 1 1 I he < j es nnd if lessoi - are given by mall. O. I.. NASH (Invalid). Bo ith ll. dley, Mass., Feb. 1". 1897. Note.?Lesson* in lacemaking will soon be civon Column. A few more Inti ?? ll finish that atudy, then the lace? making \a 111 begin. To Bunshli.e Boclety: I would like t.> become ii membei f tha Sunshine Boclety. Good health does not allow me to be numbered among the "shut Ins," bul 1 .'-in vera- much Inter* *ted iii them. Among the suggestions f..r "scrapbooks" 1 I cen none quit.- lik.- some I helped my ??n arrenge f>r Christmas. Pictures wera li.k.M) from the daintiest of advertisements and 1 rees, very closely snd carefully trimmed, together with choice bits .if verse, treated In the nu.- wa*.. Belectlona were then made tri.m these, ng plc res and vt rse ll ustratlng 1.. rh ol her, ? ?' ;n perfect harmony thi one W)th the other, and pasted la .. conventional manner on the page, The booka were aboul eight bj ten Inches In Bise, ?nts : -ni! some iwenty-flve pages Library past, was used A letter of apprei lat lon v mj daughter, (V-\.ii vt-a ra -Ul, will give un ;?!??.. of Ita possibili? ties. Sij Dear Mlsa Helen: Allow me ?,.. think you ol on j f ?. th?> pleasure which youl Xmas remem? brance t--.i-..- me, bul for the beautiful 1.k Its. I harming. Its ni 1 tn. - Ita method and Its last. WOUld .'??? creditable lo .ina- ?.r,.- Finn little 1..od Rusiell on the flrsi page u. elfin Brownie* back lt is a work ol in lt ls a bes iflful wa j lo go ' irough 111 selorl ng everything charm? ing and lovely, and laying li -af.-,a m one's ..? in 01 mind, >ir in some album or note >o scrap u>..k There If .. )???.?? deal 1 irei mri and adorn us al ways .itt iat, If we will only catch r l love to think of you, orderly and dainty In your habits, aa thi* little book ls in its aeli 'ttoh and execution, The pxampl. j of sacred sri are noi ' istli d I j anything else, and each subject ls clean and definite, ilk ird) ri -I mind, rn lil. ,1 ha* Itself In hand Anything *a a sun 10 give ;??? a sun . s.> 1 thanh you again for thia beautiful 1.00k. i enjoj and admire it very much. With nuich lov< AUNT A WV v ? f thc rt'om in'a Page \ erj truly, The Bev, a vV lt. 1, ?-. ? rsvllle, N. v.. Fi b. IO, 1897 Note The ? iggestl ni senl In by the Rev A \v R sre gladly nccepted ai Inlt itlon fee" foi mern p In 1 he Sunshine Soi lety A ? ? u T 8 B pin ? - lered nd the presldenl of the Boclety beg* nil now membei ive |i tlei cs; Ihe result will be known verj soon JOPT CUSTARD AND RICE PUDDINa FOB INVALIDS. Sofl custard la n nutritious dish, made <>f the rolks of eggs and milk, Bays Mary A Boland In ?TV Uandi.k of Invalid Cooking ' ll la fre jix ntly used as ;a saucs for puddings bul ls de Ictoua eat.-ti by Hr-, if for one who ls confined '.. :cht or liquid 'He'. S. 1 CT CUSTARD RECIPE One pint of milk, yolks of Man *>,?!?- two ipoonfuls of sugar, one saltspoonful of salt I..,. ,1,,. m| k Into a saucepan, and set li < n thi ,,,.? .,, boll Beal together ihe a ..Iks of rh.. . ?.. h., sall omi I he ?ugai 1 bowl, and whi ntlk Just 1. ' ? '? , .... mtn all I* mixed R< lum lt lo th. .,,,,,. j,,,, \\ ti ai 1 coos foi tl ree minutes, ,., ... *) .g lt iwlj ? . ? ? . ndeavi r ,,, tri *ithei overcook 01 indero ?k 1 ? custard, or ^ jr |9 noi rooked pnough ii will have h ran l ? "eggy" taste, snd if ll 1.keal loo much lt Tvll] have Ihe nj-penrflnre of \?(rur curdled. II there |s nn unnecessary delav In pn'irlng the milk intr, the -rt:, so thai not mn-h ot Its heal ls josi, nnd if it i- returned Immedlatel) to the fire tn ree minutes exposure tr, th* hem win usually ne long- enough; |,?, ,,r pours* the tim.- will a.ira according to th.million <.f th. rir- nnd the km.i of Pan used, wv r, done, strain lt at once imo a cool dish, snd flavor '? with a teaspoonful of vanilla Bofi ... turd i. slso he ila rored a I . sherry wine, almond extract cinnamon hark, cara? mel snd nu*mes. li * hou ld v ol smooth nnd even consistent y and sb thi. k na rich en am CREAM OF RICK PUDDING. Ona qusri of milk, h ill i upful of rica*, two tabb spoonfuls of sn is lt spoon fut of - ill Put the m.Ik. -?: ir ll I *n|1 log) t Ii. r in fl pud dlng-dlsh, -f.r until the sugar !a dissolved then i'1' ' the, dish In b pan of water and bake In a slow ovei foi three hours, cutting in the erusl vhi h form- on the lop once during the lime sh."ihi th. pudding i.ime dry pour over lt a little mare milk: bul thia will no) happen unless the iii" i -? to ? hoi u h. n done !? ought to be creamy Inside, with the grains of rice ilmosl dis? solved In the milk The long exposun io heat changes hoih the sucar nnd the Btar h, and gives th. tn sn agr. eabl. flavor Snn'.-hino Society: I send s little contribution t--r your Woman Page. The Idea ma) be new; Indeed, I think lr la and ma] I len K some nf youl Bun si In. members UNIQUE AND ATTRACTIVE ENTERTAIN? MENT. A very pretty snd popular form fur a rhurrh ? Mertalnment Inlet . ladl. - ls s candy sale In color* The booths can be decorated with the various college colors, nnd mnsi striking and brill? iant effecta can i.btalned The ? indy v>\-'? ie di 'orated with the appropriate color, and In the ???nrr .ii the hall there might lie a pm riot I "r booth, consisting ol red, v. hm- and blue decorations, snd representing r- glmeni il oloi - Thi .void be e- p. dally Hiting i,. i ;,., entertainment on Lincoln's "i Washington'* Birthday, and would i.irm a rim centre for the coll'.g. displays, We understand thai the enterprising ladles of ('alvan Presbyterian Church, between I .enos and Fifth avei . .ie htindred-Rnd-ialxieenth-st., are planning such a populai presentation for rh.ir practical and be? nevolent work 01 Februar) t2 ano 23, nnd po* I m me of the readen of this column mlghi lind ths Idea worth working in their spheres ol activity. Yours truly, JAMES CHAMBERS, l> I?. Pastor's Btu.ly, Calvarv Presbyterian Church. No, 2)1 Lenox ave , N i'., Feb ll, 1887 Not) The Rev, Di Chambers has unconsciously become a membei ol Ihe Bsnshlne Society, snd, while thanking him for his "initiation fee," the presldenl ai Ihe same lime wishes lo express a de? siri lhat thi reverend gentleman will noi think of withdrawing his nam. which waa added thia morn? ing to the club list. ? ZEAL AND EARNESTNESS. WOMEN REPRESENTATIVES FROM EIGHT CHURCHES ATTENDED TIIE IINIVER BALIBT ALLIANCE MEETING YESTERDAY. That eighty-five t'nlverssltst women braved the elements yesterda) to attend the regular Alliance m...rink.' waa fl tesl of their seal nnd earnestness 1 he ma i ting was held In All Souls' Church, in South Nlnth-st., brooklyn, and representatives from eight chur hes were present In the absence or' ti,.. president, Mrs E. C. Bodes, tha vi e-presldent, Mrs Charles II Eaton, presided. Dr K itherine l? Rurnette read a witty paper on "Curr, nt Event ?' h Incl id. I tl-, arbitration treal ? 'uban que*tl .-?,, . nd I len she re marked V etlously that the*.' were minor details compared with the Bradlej Martin ball. However, "the solar system ^<<t back bit., running order ai.ont | o'clock of ihe following day." M ?s Mary A. Hawley, In the "Denominational Notes." gave manj Interesting facts ol Iocs I In teresi Mr* B K Mn Vey, the chairman ol the lay, asa im< ? ind presents I :..r consideration "The Tendency ot Modern Liter ,i'ur.- and Iiram i Mrs Charb-i Haxen Russell presented the first ; . ?: ol the subje rt In a pa| s i she said r hal ti. ... i ? i -.i lit. nit ure ls ai broad ind om pri ? ? a* modern life and the little leaven ol thc vainii., ll tiara ry loaf is i len ? This ls an age ol .... quel Honing, .a lil h '--rids to tVe ir. not sa eking ' hi oi les, bul facts, :? itu , - ol knos lng ?hal ls In m in .it a ri in our last) nd lon i nd i Never was lhere au h a universal )*onfesslon?of sins and Vat. too, without expecting absolution." Th* Herman realism wa* de hired crude, and thai ot the ir.-n h, after holding -. ? for two ; hil; v. ay lo .. mon imagtnal i. >' a n.l r .rn.i nil? : m Ttl of arl Mi Rust t a good sign ol the times . , nay lair- are ba lng apprecl ir. d. as he ?: she writes for the thoughtful ind cultivated, and If the product of .. I i era ry Impulse, a pp. il'.ng to the . lui i?? d public Mu i prals. was given to the short stories, ss ths e*t young writer*, who hsve c night the spit ? ol the timi - The rr olives and alni* nf th., men lettet iver, never higher than t,.-day, Ihe skili more diffusive imr literary sense moi ? dahl) developed The drama s ? - considered by Mis Agnes Bally inin-!.<f. Sn. believes the drams k< rature, ls along the line ol the realistic, and, while m.rn ud.iptatl .ns from for. Ign plaj ?* ar-' Ignol le and un? healthful, oui os n pt ma depl - (under ,, nd sweeter r* in ? pl lon of life. |.. isslon on the first paper was opened ?;. Mrs, VV l> Parri* wbo reganls n-;r modern literature with tl.ye ol an optimist and sa the result of rm t ur ? 1 evolutiol The inn-!, al numbers were furnished by Miss Mai ?.1.1' I Miss Ida lt. Weyers. i . ?.. ????.. i ai : o'clock in I he cha pel, aI?i rh. social ? s/aa great!] enjoj ed ? R \TION l/. VII Him IN RE \DIN0. Dj; te G. WARD ADVISES MOTHERS Td HOLD THEIR CHILDREN BACK RATHER TUAN' I'RIIK THEM FORWARD. "The Rational Method In Reading" was the aub , | 0f ., |e r ir. ? i yesterday afternoon by Dr. I-; ,; Ward, Asslstanl Superintendent of Brook |, n h hool . I- ri.:y Ihe Public Education Associa? tion ;,. Moll Memorial Hull, No ?'.! Madlson-ave. lo. Ward began by emphasising the Importance I ? lilli] learnli ?? to ri I with facility .-.- rh before other studlea are begun; and then he proceeded t" discuss Ihe methods by which it sh..old 1..- Instruated Several had been tried, hs nld, with 'mi. i.i.i degrees ol - ? - bul ? ? had been free from serious drawb The Hrs! ol i'i..-.' aaas ihe old fashioned spelling method which cultIvata-d the habit of reading me chunlcally, but, nevertheless, possessed Ihe advan? tage of fm v..I with a key l.y ? i it could lind oul words for Itsell Thu second ?.>J thi phonetic method which ' , ,.v. r i timi Into ga*n< ?? and the third was the celebrated word method, in which the greal ; ' stumbling-block wu - Istake ol separating ; , Ideas ba teach! iral. word ? . 'an 'ul st id) ol I hes. I I had led him lo what I* kima, ii .-?? Ihe "rational method ' j ' ,\l,i, I: teaches the child lo read thoughtful!" ? ? ? m. -i .?? -;.. ni In the ? ? rnli hes a k. ) to rh.- j th.- vo ry ol the pupil ? an . i Hy, l7ii.-|'.-ii.l-tit of a-sist The m. hod . ? the phoni word n?? ? ? entencea m resl ..r ; hi I ls swat, ned This ? ? ing , er. going fi ira th. to n .r mm ,. ore an; phon. il re idlng ls > ittempti . v th. ire! gi I III g ol I ? -?? v. I . - ,,,,, . ,. ? .uti i.i-i. i.i n Into - ? ea and v *epai? ? "' " "'"' I" li I 'i 'l ll, included bj ? nmm. I . '.:??-. , . : ia ck rai ? ? than irgi I fora ird tn I lave six vi ? ' : ' ? ? ti. ? ? they had kept In th. ? ? ? ? ?? ?? . ? n ? ? . ? not m ike iln.it in- n and saan ' - i mlsi ? i uni 'I . mind ? e of th. I do no ttle bral lt is not inder riv . ll. ? eat and e?p and p'.ay, apd If he does ir he should q , ? - things." 11. il] r j \V\\\l\ . i I 11 j* ij * ^".'.^ 9 - ^ rf ' SSI t, SSL r. ^l i lil ... ".1 i ? i ': a _ top !| ?.1 / ?-?? -TURNED ULT??- A PUP AX UTI VS THE EAST SIDIa YESTERDAY. thi: book of joh. THK SEARCH WOK SPIRITUAL <"KK TAINTT" THK SUBJECT OF MUS. HOUOHTOX'B LECTURE. A TALK i iN tim-: timi: WU KN nu: "\vh-ki:i> PROSPERED AM' THS RIOHTROL'I KW ll.Kl!' ? JOB*fl TRL*S rntKNDf <>niv :i sninii proportion of Mr.- Houghton'! usual audlenci bravi I the snowstorm yesterday morning i io hear the ninth lecture In her course on "The Literary Study nf the Bible." bul those who ?1M vi utan- oul fell well rewarded for having done so. The subject wa*- The la?.k of Job; <>r. il"' Search for Spiritual Certainly," and the lecture waa per? haps, the nm*! fascinating one yei given "We I.av. seen." said Mr.. Houghton, "thal lha Hebrew* believed firmly lhal <'.'"! always rewarded Ihe religious with temporal prosperity, arid In the ? irller ,ia\s of Mair history circumstances mast hsve been such as lo confirm such leaching. L'nder rh.- simple condition* ut primitive life, lt was doubt? less tm.., in ihe main, lhal rlirlit.sness did lead t > worldly prosperltj. bul as time wenl on aral their life t"',-nm<- mor.tuples, Ihe wicked began lo prosper snd Ihe righi.ii lo suffer. They could nut understand thi* ai first, nor reconcile ll with the be? lief In a jusi Hod, ii nd :lie walter of the Book of Job la trying ',. work oul Ihe problem ".loh's three friends nr<- ara that he tin*' I n be. n guilty nt aecrei sin, for they cannot explain his j affliction* on anj other theory, and they express this opinion, al first very gently and courteously, snd Ihen with unconcealed severity snd ron', mp' If thou wi rt pure and upright,' suv* Blldad, 'sur Ij, now. He would maka the habitation "f ihy rlghteon-ii' ** pio*pi rou*.' "Bul Job knon- thal 1 ' ia ra,* sinned, and all rl.e argument* of hi* friends only maka him essen his Innocence more vehemently, He ac use* them of speaking falsehood In Clod'* behalf, and My h.-ar? alli nor upbral 1 aa ' "Thia belief in his innocence leads him to an awful fear I.leep io trouble hla friend God i* ii"' a moral J "l,a . It seems to him thal 'He destroyeth Ihe guilty aaa the Innocent alike.' and he I.a*, no hope of ii waria lhal sets I his right, Ma,'irii on "i.-easton he cal lea i mo mentury glimpse of thal truth tl length, goaded bi the '.v,,r.ls ??'. hi*' friend* la Ihe las) extremity u. enduran >-. la- becomi defiant a* Prometheus, and openly arraign* the Justice of Una. Vi-t tlit- unimpeachable le*tlmonj ,,:' hi* soul contlnuall] ris-s up against thi mom ,.; fact* He is sure lr" he could only Hud Hod and plead hi* cauae belora Him, thal ll* S'ould acquit him ??aa,, thai l knee, where I might find Ulm" he exclaims, 'thal I might ? "i.>ven to Ul* seal I would order my ca us* before Him, and till my mouth with argument* He knoweth the amy thal I take; *hm He hath tried me 1 shall come f..rth ns gold Mi root hiith held HI* Btcps, iii- way hat ?? I kepi and nol deellm d ' "At las! Job's prayer la answered God apeaka tn him oul ol the whirlwind, . id though the problem remain* unsolved, .1"!' Is satisfied for he perceives thal si.lute goodness must no with absolute power, else the 'wreck of matter and the crash of world* would come Immediately.'" The lecture aa* given al tha home ?>' the Rev. and M's Anson J1. Atterbury, No HS Easl Eighty* sixth**! Hr Atterbury look ni pe of thi* clrcum dani - to ask If hi mlghl hear ll The pei -.?,i- granted, and throughout Ihe hour he nat hnmlilv In a corner and coneldered him*. If a hlahlj prlvlli geil li ll lu ?: noLD STALK} CUCUMBER BALM FOB E. F 1*. OF BETH? LEHEM, PENN Tl ?? milk or Juice of i ucumbera haa ? waj * I ? ? n highly esteemed by French women - balm for the complex.' i lt ha* been sclentll proved that tin i ibly .ler ? i - th* - irro indlng atmosphere ll maj be tl ? the efflcacj ol the Juice In cases of sunburn and affection* of Ihe -ki", may be due lo Hil* coo , . Hy. Tl fal cn am "f cucumber* i- cei tnlnly most efficacious ?* a cosmetic In Otr. true Orei x *en*e of thai word, which means a healer or balm that restores th* skin to healthy a Hoi prep? aration to coi er up di I Almond "ll I* Ihe beal foundation fer I i ri am. Purchase of a g.'? druggist four ounci * of slmond ?ti and hair ..a ounce each of spermaceti nnd white wax. Pul Mas. Ingredlenta In a cup and set Ihe cup In a amoll saticpan of bolling water When ihe wax and spermaceti melt Into thi a... A SNOW! DAY SOCIAL. REPUBLICAN WOMEN PROVE THEMSELVES NOT AFRAID OK COLD WK.ATHER. Tho Wont End Auxiliary of the Woman's R'publl a.in AssoclStlOfl held its nsinl monttily social mc?t Iiik yesterday afternoon nt No. 2 Wesi ttgbty-eec ? ?rai--t . uni nearly every one of the I-V members were present, showing thal Republican womea gre nol afraid Of :lie snow. This l.irge attendance wa* egplalned by the following exclamation* made by nearly all tbe members as they r-ntered "Why, yon her..1 i only 'ana- because i was afraid Mrs. Rums would have to do thc honors alone If i d In'i " A* .1 result th>> room w.i* slmoit iir,comfor:.irily crowded, bul this did not detract fiom ta.* eo,.l iiam,a aral plea* ir,- ,'f the o -easton. The >.:..-sr ,,f n,,nor wa* Mrs Cynthia Westover A '?? ? , who read a coupU of chapters fr >m her latest bo ik. T ie other numbers "f the programme consisted of rome redtattona by Mrs, Mercedes Leigh and Mr.?. Morn . ? num er "f songs by Miss Helen L. Nt? buhr, snd the reading of a letter of Lincoln by Mrs. ii.-.,r^.- Eugen* Poole The tetter was addressed te a member of Mrs. Poole's family and ran as fol? lows; My Dear Bli I wis very partial to rtie iatp and nos lamented General Bayard, ii I hi* father ima calls -,:i me, being von anxious that his nephew, Gi ...- i> Bayard, ma] find a ill tatton, and thinking thai you probab ould and would t'.:.-l ont for him, 1; you were apprised ir,a' ll would he agreeable t, me fur voa to do va. If you can do ll without In coni nb a ?>? ,,! itu natl '? I i mv other person l sha., be very glad Indeed, four* truly. A LINCOLN Exi un ?? Manalon, Ma-, ij, un, Another letter, read by Mrs (Vents, was from Ml** Helen Vari k Boswell, who ts now in Waah MIs* Boswell said sh,- wsnted ell members of th<* club who Inti nded t>. visit Washington during the Inauguration to s?-nd their Waahlngton addresses lo her, ,,t No ir. Tenth-st., N W. Sa,- and M.* J. Ellen Poster, president of the Woman's National Republican Association, wa*'-, to pa) all possible at? tention io visiting Republican women?Including nam in all reception* and entertainments to bu ;? a during the w.-k. Jiu* will be easily sceom plishsd :: ihej know the n.int> * snd ado;reuse* of i hose ; hu I ar* coming, I".- cream and rake wer.rved al ihe conclusion "f tin, programme, and were partaken ot with a* mu.-ti gusto a* a ihi thermometer had been l'"i in the shadi Among (hose present ar th" reception wi-r. M' M.-,ii>;-- I'homson Molter, Mr* Chauncey V Crapo, Mr*, Kn nk L, Nugent, Mr* Claren ?? Burna, Mrs Paul Me) row I tx, Mrs. .1. ll. Moran. Mr*. Edith Mooro, M:*.* A, Moore, Mis* Edith Allen, Mr* A A Pettenglll, Mr*, li. n Bolles, Mrs li K Tagllafer ro. Mi*s K. M. Caldwell, Mrs. .-;. <; ftwenney, Mr* A C Parker. Mrs Oeorge McAullffe, Mi-* El - Huthrldge, Mi*- J tl Phillips. Miss America Phil? lips Mrs Jeroloman, Mrs .M."han.* Marton. Mia* Helen I'halmers, Mr* Florence Morrell, Miss Bessie i'..\v\. Mis* M. Jebb. Mrs W. A Jebb, Miss Emma Bates. Mr* Cornella 8. Roi,inion. Mrs. Young and Mi*, w Kilara ll. Trafton. TBE HAYS QORRIP. The management of 'ta- Willing Workers' Home ,,f Brooklyn has si-nt the following appeal, ntl dressed to the public, with a request thsl lt ho In rn rti d rn The < inly W iman's Page: How man) parents having well, healthy children would nol willlngl) make a thank offering to Mv* l.uro. however small, perhaps a penny for each foi the aid of i ore who, being le** fortunate, are hungry, cold, ?lck and Ill-clad? A Herman pastor, making a similar appeal for a home for sick adult* ana children, received too.flou pennie* from grateful parent*. Are our American pi nple :? -- ~r Refill far their bli iring The work of the Home la philanthropic, edu a .in 1 Industrial. The preseni location of itv Home, So Kl Putnam-ave., not being desirable on ml "f tl ?? distance froni th-- pi orer district* of th.- ? Ry, wi desire -a pureba** In a mora central 1" calif y i Our building fund, although small, I* air. adv be? gun, aili can we no! I gh the generosity of friend*, to soon own i building properly appoint? ed md equipped for M.;* moe! necessary w,,rk'? Offering* may ba ?en! In the farm ..'. sr.mi^, if nv,r,- convenient, to the preside it, Mr". J. ll Fara? day, So, 1,821 Bushwlek ave . Brooklyn The mem bi r~ and student* .?' the Metropolitan ' Fine Ar'* will Rive their monthly recep? tion and ?k- ? a das* thi* afternoon and evening There will be a loan exhibition, music by the Man? dolin ''lui, and recitation* by Mrs Mercedes Leigh i irlental tea will ia* ?erved, and in Mo* evei ari* there will be data lng A ?f.o<*inl meeting of the ladles' Health Protec? tive Association will be held thia morning al 1030 ,ck the resldei ?? of M -* M. Phillips, No ll \\ i .-? Thlrty*elghth-st. The Po?t Parliament l-.eld Irs regular monthly meeting ye*terday al Bl Bli ? ? - Parish Hall, Korty-slxth-st., weal of Flfth-sve., at 10:30 a ni II.KHJHIXt; IX L'KXTHAL PARK i'KSTKRDAY ill. so tha ? form h uniform tr.-iss, remove Ihe cup to the back part of the atoa ?? I ? ? tv argo, almost ripe, cucumbers, ' 'I.se 'aa th I ...a.- int .-.. ? h come ?. ? lion but are on i he . v.- of ill' lng Choi lh< in fine a nd squeeze out tin lui i Thi re shou tl * ? sb or two I ipoonful' "f Ju ? ? !?' mea mn Mix this Ju ? s-li he melted oil and other Ingr. diem K> i few Irops nf French spinach green. The grei ??ir. hi sed of .1 dealer in i onfectl ii i ? ? es at ants fl hoi I.* lt n i. I prepared from i ? ly published i.i Tin Ti To look dalntj rt rn should be merely tinted i |,..v gre. 7. hardly m ire distinct In color than the ir of the cue ? nnd. r the i Pul 'I.n im Into little porcelain Jars as fine in nnterlal is you choose I pt then | n ol old wat) for theil ? ? I Tl ls reel p. - ? ildlshed bj ape lal req lesl ' nest loi lhal Dru ??;??? ead i I 'alka ire cheerfully ai wi red I j i he wt ... imn DELIGHTFI I. I"l fi IORI RECITAL. The studio ol I. Chai ? Artei No IO East d yesterda; ..- braa ed the I rd to be pi bj Edwin Star l'- Iki Isled by Mm ? 11 I gtot messo i ino; Ml - (rsc* Oreg rj contralto, and Harvej ' m I.,, md progt a mn ?? s I Iii tori ? '' "" ?" w '- - . ? :. '. , ? \ .. . -? -.,' ll.-,,.: ip ... . . , il., *j W la n ls ?a ii; . ?? Qr*i "Cwt pindar" ii. ., - . Edwin Waugh ? - ? ir -? ' ? . . Arthur F> "> - ... i i. .1 ..? r ".'?trina,- a pastel In mtltte <)lt. 1 lan< . . H Vi, V .Trans .'??; in'. ?? rd? l-\ KdWlfl B BelkDSp.1 l. la ? ? .)' Ita** - ml* ?. "Msehtlgsl - .-? ., |. || t. SI* lal - '? I l?-.i I Dr lt- ? ??'-?. 7.1/- -i ?<-,<? I.- Barra* ll I ? vi -? ? I . . h. "I 'a'hr . i l^n. rmap I I ' hn Al ' Haney Vi I,... ? ?. v. - ? ?? , \- -r.-.-vM a ? Plunkett ' . ? i . .. ? ' >r1'^ Hat I. Th* Pr td* of th* Bi a*. I. . . M "A t t he Ps n I ... 7 a . . , E. I aa I ti s ? i ? i ? . i. 11. ? .^,>S,:,V!");,"M [(Tyrol*.. :\- - ., , Burgtoi Among tboss present were Mr* i Egmont Bcher m.rh..ri, Jameson Cot ting. Mr. and Mrs Arthur < i . im h...m. Mrs, I'. C Peck Mrs Blla* Wright a ir -a-' .r ^ Mi ' h. I'attell loomis Mr and Mrs A,i.;. Hullus, Hm..h.. Martin Ml-- Alice Owen sird Mlsa iv. .;...:.? ..i I'liUfsmia; Mn. Dr I'recll M: li Dion I'ercj Atherton, Mr Albert. Mlsa Msrtha Washington lr- kV Mi-s e.r.,,. sm...' Mr i :,..,.im. connoly. Mm. ll W hunger. Mi- m M Kearney, Mr- lullan de Pteauvs. Hrs. Hungerford, Mrs Candie, Mrs I'anlel i.oldschml.tt thf aflssea Hutchinson, Mr. mid Mrs. William V. coffin. >lrr< Jerome Bern hei mer. Mlsa Falconer, Mia* I.-.-, Miss Tracey, Mrs Ijvutue Murry Tr.i.-.y, ailsa il- i er, and C. Lamar. -* na* made hy th, len! Mr* Hardin Walworth, and the following question was pre* ntl il for deb li "Resolved, Thal Mellon h. lng considered a* ? ? ii ? i one novells! ol the lay ):.>?* had i perma? nent Influence upon our tlmea Dr William H. Tolman will lecture to-day at ii o'i ock "ti "New-Vork I'lty B igical labo? ratory" ' the regular meeting of the l<eague for Political Education, So 23 Wes! Porty-fourth-st. \ na' ''ng In the iia> -a**' "t -ta- temperam a ? lu? ca Donal ? impalgn n iw being carried on In thia city hi Woman's Christian Temperance I'nlon was i .' I yei teni iy In '' i '? n j Ba pi I i arah, i-'iMy *. y. ? ir Blxth-ave . the R-\. 1 ?r R H Ma A ?' ir, pa -i"i. The Hrs! anni versa r) of Ihe consecration of Qrai i Easl Pourteenth-sl and Flrsl sv*., wai In the mort Ini '.i o'clock nnd an entertainment In the evening In tho large I, i i \'.iie B Shipley will give a reception In hei studio, So W Flftl ave., tl iftemoon from I t.. 7 o'clock Bomi of ! -a pictures, made from si idle* In Baeden and Holland, wll I.ti exhibition Ml** M irguerlte Ai derson will give a concert thia ? . al the Internstlonal Conservatory of Must No ;h l^exlngton-ave, beginning al 1:30 o'clock. Bhe vt - ? Med by It Wert helm, barytone; E ?. and membei? ,>f tia- Orpbe . I clety a Sr Valentine tea for the benefit of Mount Hol? yoke College avlll be given :...i.i\ fiori) ,1 mitti ?', o'clock it No. S3 w esl Forth th-sl ?Tha Modern Woman Portrayed by Women" will ? subject "t Mis- Ford's talk at the Waldorf this morning, ix-ginnniK st ii o'clock. Th.- New-York branch of 'he Vassar Alumnae ition will hold its anno;,! riveting to-day SI the Msnhsttan Hotel Luncheon will bs served ? I 1:30 o'clock. The monthly masting of tho Wellesley Club will he held t..-.l.y. at .1 o'clock, bi ths Women's I'm versify Club, So U West Fort| rourth-sl iftet i ? ?? airless meeting, Alpheua Hard] of iv ton. treaflurer of Wellesley College, will address ? ? H i snd rt'i n-a of Athens" n.,s ins aubji I isi Pi ifesa ir William n Goodyear foi li ire si thi Ts ? sera Collegs, Montii .. Heights and tine-hundred ind I went let -: ?..-.? la) "Colors ar l Crystals; or. Th?, Microscope snd p ? /??! Light." Bras the aubjscl of the it.--. j-.: arin C Bollea'a eel irs > . sn at ths Church of the Eternal Hope last Bvcalsaj. ^L Ti.- Waman's Pr*** Club w.i: give s Valentine Jinner Sahl- evening at the Windsor Hotel 1". nina al 1 a'ctaatu Both bodies Of th.- BOttth liakoia U-glalatnre have j made f.i\ ''able reports on bills for woman suffnge. I Tbs s*; rinterulints of tba Junior Christian ?v> xA 'aV mL /Eolian Recital, ! TO-DAY, Saturday, at 3 P. M. BOMMVTi ran. (.loin.) i.i:ii*ia>*, \ lui.:*- 1ST ritiM.it miiiki I nv. i-ture- '.lono- . P?'r?lla i i-ivii?tsAn lo Ute Dene* .Wet>r .? Bitsjisnr* in <; .... .Bsstfegsssj MK. SBA. I.KUM WV I il) Of ' . i g Tarantena , .Mills 4 ' i. Polka At tit Rete* . r?jT .*.. Kantad* for "r_Vi .Dut>ot* ii. rantssl* Pol naita * inti lin,'.- .PsdsrewsM J I " Seesaw i ... L-Uo ' ti Srhers |-??????? *****?*? Mit. URO. l.l'HM4. \\. a m ii nil I ii. ? Karel ' M inhatisn Bea . *<<*u?r 18 West 2.ld St., N. V. REED & BARTON, SILVERSMITHS, Broadway and 17th Street, N. Y di ivor I. il t.'i i hold their r<*?a!.ir monthly m.etiiiK al ihe Madli m Avenue Reformed Churdy Klft>--seventh-*l and Madison-*ve., to-day, ai i p. tn Bubje I foi isslon' "flunahlne and Shadow 'n th,* l.lf ? of a i - lendent." All lntrr??ted in work for i-hlldn > ? lia -.lt., a*t.-nd. Ta<> meeting of the Prsyer-meetlng Commlttas at the Tomb* yestei u ifternoon wsa Interesting to all visitor*, md ?a- ..- ? ijred r-y ' a tl -tv | ria and women who were io un fortunate a*- to be bi dnd the prison bars Mr*. Bentley played the organ, Mrs. Davis, ? 11 has charge of I ? ?*? Ki 11 fternoon meetings, gavs a talk Mt*-. T iy1oi led i and gave a sb n ad dre** ? ,, ,- !. nc lin T ie two ?... | ? -, ro-i near bj, wll ? mot hei nov eard every little while by the , ? mern er* Thu greatly amuses! Mle jflri-. an-1 WOim -i ia t ie prison ? I SEW OPERETTA C031PA VF. TWO COMBINATIONS AND THREE BTAR1 TO mk L'NITBD The announcement i* made of the formation of ?? new ompan) I >i the production of operettas, hy the uniting of two existingeompaniea aral nn idem Monal stsr The new company la io lie beaded hy Mi-s Lillian Russell, Jefferson De Angeli* and Msg Dells Poa Mis* Ru ?? now staging si tho ?'.islno. In ".\n Am,-ra an Beauty." nial Miss Fox ls on the road Mr De Angelia ha I a disastrous ex pertenee ,* i itar. st the Broadws] Theatre .arly in the season, snd a.is since ts ? .-, "Brina Horn " As man) a* possible of the singers In Mts*- Hus sell's snd Mis* Fos'a companies will be retained] for (he nea one \t -- Russell will flnl gagemenl a! Ihe Casino In twa week* mon* nnd ??' ll fill a fe* .... mg /.-uHni. in Harlem Ml** Von will continue her prea#nt tour [or two or ll ? ? ? week* more Rehear* ila will is *. ?- ; I the flr?t produ will be at the i'a ul no iboul April 1 lt will b? ? new om retta i illi I \ ., Day.' by Julian ' ' ' : " Knink Murray will be tho man iger of I toy. ? -. INCIDENTS l\ SOCIETY. Mrs Frederl k W Vanderbilt gave I d'nner at Sherry's last nigh! In i t her niece, M:*s Marguerite P ? tlaui iter of Mr and Mr* will? iam Tost. Mr*. V'andi '. g to hei m-'iirn I *.' waa nol preaenl Thi dinner waa -? .-v*.l in the large ballroom, which wi* handsomely dees* rated with growing plsnta ind ferni for the o? , aston, The gm st* >*.? re ne* ? i sai 1 ta* bles, esch board decorated with a different colsesi Bower At the i s id , waa decked wltb hride rosea were seati i M -- r t, John H Marje* lr., Mi-s Kv. lyn Blo M M - ii . ?, Ri ben H Va li Mia* Hr. ? nd Craig W idsa irth Th ran a with ;??? k i - ? s * o ipled iv Mr- Post Bra die) Martin Mn. Kdmund I. Baylies, Ogden Mill* Mle* Van At'-n, t.tspenard Btewart, Mi*- ijerry and Kr.mk H ll?r rlson The guest a - di ts ted v. i'h maui-* orchids and farleyeansi fem w< r. Mri .Wor. Willum I'.,*'. Mi** Morton Reginald Ron? alds. Mr- Bradley Martin Henry T Bloam Ml** Kitty Marri-,,, nnd Kdmund I. Baylies, Ml?a Josephine Brooks, 1 anson Winthrop, M:-s Bessie Davie, ii Livings! I tn ii . Mis* Hall I' i' Bishop. Mis* rai Rrnssi aer, Orand d'Hautevllle ?nd Hr Baldwin w? r, ???? guests ir the table or namented with gr?*en orchids The ira*** at th* r.it.).' decorated with .ai ' r rose* ino rartey. * fern were Mrs ll. 8 ian Perri Belmont, Mis* Rllaht, Winthrop Rutherford. Mr- nj."!, n Mills, Worthl ion Whltel isa ind Alfonso de Na* '.arru. After the dinner ther?> was soma dancing. The. annual Bl V lentlne's. kettledrum tn nhl of the Samaritan Home for the Aged srtll be lield In the ballroom bi Sherri - I ifternoon Bnd evan* lng. A* In form. the kettledrum will la K.ven under thi management of the women who compose the official board of tu,- Home, and who liav.. for pom.- w.ir- been Identified wl'h the lr--?1 - tntion. in the entertainment thia afternoon tho children will find much to a mum ii I int. rest them. Including dancing and n serb-* of wonderful piajl uren bj a cinematograph Among the wnimn who will I- In charge of the fancj g.ls table will hs Mrs. Oliver H P Belmont. Mrs John N Heekman. Mrs. William c Whitney. Mrs j.,,,,. Ren ka rd anal Miss Reach The Mower booth will be presided over by Mr* Charles I. perkins .n.i a number ..f yo a g woma ? Mt - rh. dor* P T. Rall! ind Mr-. James llurrj will he at the tea 1 le As at f kettledrums, there \m:i v informal dancing in tho evet lng for tl..- young men and women. The Baturd ly N il Club will hold Its .nd meeting thi evening i I ont* of Mrs, Freda ii- ?;.Irldge, N< ? IV Mrs Willi .ni Fred, ri k ki- g. of N 17 Ba I *?>? thlrd-st., nnd Mrs Oeorge lt l?rlng, <?!' No I ?t s tty third st., started on Thut i f- w u. sks' ta) tl th. Jekyl Island I 'lot , *. Ba., and ot hei . The thud meeting of the Bin-Bom Thenfre Clnn aa ga held last i tl ed 1 he |.er forman.t 'Secrel Service' at thi darri h I tr rr*-, all I ha ma mbers. forty-tv ; present for the evening was aa Oliver Livingston Jone* After thi I ethe .?lui. aa. s i-i,', rtnlned Archie M. (J - ? M id ?? e. Th. ri.tinac of the club Wll take u I'r Idsy, February M Mrs John Burling Lawrei e wll ^ the chap. I ?? per? r'..rn- ince thi members j* tan Metropo I ? /)/.' 1/ l) \ nm "\ DR. /,' llXSFOBD. To the Editor ol Ths Ti sir- I beg to ? pd to i tlfi two unit Ilona! errora In y< ir notice ol mj parlor l-.-r-ire . st Tuesday, ai Mrs Horton's, No 144 West Fifty seventh-Bl In alludli fl ? utteranceg . tl ?? Bradla | M rt In Festivity." bj ti... Rsv. Dr. i ford, of Bt George's Church, l said thal his splendid physical muscular mit) made him the Ideal museleman mr m mun af muscle); ii wa passing remark, butt ?* a Mussulman ls ? Mahometan, the > ? it g lady w).> v,.t- conscientiously reporting believing that I was peaking r M I in ..rd. i to I??? brief, 1 sui j..-.-, Mata I thal I said I .it I ir Ralnsford aaa- n.irlst N'.iw. althoug -.in that my distinguished] clerical brother has not so far Been thal the "prodli illly of tl rich ls tl proa Idet ? r of ths poor." I hiv the it... - r unfa >.? *d admiration for V-. magnificent ? nial record as s r. t.>r in New-York, and an Inalefatlg ? s rkei for thn . ,i nae of ' hrlst and Hi- i 'burch . >a\ icu t.? dla turi it isst aa Inter's parloi mat omplained, and un crisp ndmonltion la^' Tuesdaj av..- lo counter* bci this, ano ? rage a ' allem e" ihat is golden to 'li? seek ng Information, nt well ns ths speaker who is hoping to give li RIA MU l.\\l> MAYNARD '.) D. NV i>i Plfth-av* \. a Vork Pen rr ISSI ? I sn 11 \ Isl wo WI DDIXO im.. nf th.- li rgesi .-md pretilesi weddings li Wa*. Brighton In aome lime t.?nk place on Wa . i*s.i*y afternoon in Christ Church when Lynden} \-aa Renssa aer and Miss I xiii td Coffin . mt Mr. mid Mra Joseph Coffin, were narrie.] \: 'deacon Oeorge D Johnson officiated .i' tl.r.mony, which waa si I led v ah,.mi fifteen ti in i <! ?aasjta sons Thc . hm. h wss pretlllj decorated aanh j...im-. and t fl liridal part ? n is ppm*, al the chm . bj the brbleBmakfs snd uahera who i tmi from ths vestrj ta i. thean. Thc bride aa.a.- a.in'. latin, trimmed with point li.-.- end a tulle \>-if and orange blossom* Her boua-uel aa.is ..r lilies ol the vallej and orchids The in..id of Iioimm waa M1-- Haidee Coffin a* ho wore white moir, velour* with a white lace waist ind carried h showet iMiuuuei ol hyacintha Ths bridesmaids Mist i .m- Sa in of I'll... \i u Mabel Shan Miss Prances Archibald Miss |,UPy ?\ ellet ol Si inti n Miss I -.u.. ; Jama .? il Mlsa Florence Van R.-ns*elaei w.n. green moire \-c lour, aaluic lace waists ind large velvet hats ind ar ried muff* of green \Va.t The beal ??? ,.,' w ,? i.rtianii' Yan Rensselaer, ind Ihe ushers RealnaU Ronner, John J. Boyd Henri s Collin, li \>,J Yeehtea. Phillp T Johnson, EC Norman Nichols Krneet 'i'hompson atnl J Pivllnghuvsen. A rec.-ii' non followed ito- cersnasny. at wnicu only a Sm relatives warre present "