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THE DATS GOSSIP. NEWS OF CLT'B MEETINGS, I.ENTEN' RE? CITALS AND CHURCH GATHERINGS. W< U Of *G???? TXCHAMXTt ASSOCIATIONS?OOI.? I AVlTSIXAE HE *T"T7?'">.YS AVD mnnkp.?? '?^AtS AN7> UTERART CT.AS.-5KS M ? Wasblng*l on ?"olonial Chapter of the '^?rs of the An*,<v*ii-flri Revolution and the r *? Heights ("haptor, both or this city, l'ave ? . tX.IBO toward the ?*re?-iion of a The Washington Height! cha;?:? r Mrs. Ba'Mr.gtrr* Bxi'.h spoke last right in the :-< Congregational Church, Brook? lyn. At St. Joseph'? Academy, in Ftashtag, 1,-or.g Is'.and, the Feast of St, Joseph was celebrated, ani ? yo'^ng w-.rr.rn re.-eive?! the white velL, ridrr.iis them a.? novices to th?? communitv. of th-ua were from Xew-Ynrk. Tho oth<?fs ??ere from ?-???** Island City. Kali River, Corona ar.d Lirr.tjrick, lrela^i. ??afm Cor* Curran, of Concord. K;?., la ?un expert ?aper-har.ger, and does her work so well she Is In -.-r?u_-.?. Mrs. Ar.na* ?T. Johnson, the evangelist, ?p*?ke ye?, terday afternoon in her home, No. ajas "West Fifty, ?over, ? h-?t.. on the subject. "Rej.:rrrctlon. Morning, ?the World's Caster." M"ss Beatrice Herford, asmlste** by Mi?.? Augusta O'.eee, the young Am?rlcan piai.:- ??. ? U cive se? lect re.iClr.gs :hla afternoon and Thursday after? noon at 140 o'aslaMk ;? the ? at the V'a. i?.r?. Miss Herford will ? ?fcy giving her own original monologue. SI e '?? ?return to "Loni?on In a few day?,. Tnli a'?.-noon's ?programmo 1? as follow?: 1. Rhapsodie H?*>nKrol?e. Sfo. 13 ?Liszt ?. Misa ? New-England ??Dressmaker." Mis? Herford; ". ft x? tun.ho? ?in>, ?,bi Gavotta, far ia,ft hand only (Bach-Joaeffyi, Idisfl iGUasee; 4. (i) "? Lad) i rain? tites' lnterml3i!oi*u?(b) "A ?? ml r," Mis? H? - 5ord: d. Va;?? l'apr! -e fRublnsteln), Miss Gloat ?Tho Shop Girl," Miss Herford. Tor the benefit of the Metropolitas ?School ?if Tine Arts a spectacular representation entitled the ?"Evolution of the Earth" will "** "Thron this even lag. 1 ?f,"..'.'.!r.g at 8:15, la Carnegie Hall. The en? tertainment will tie opened wltl m . u from the ??r*rea"i-.::" sung by Henry Clark, bar I perfori ? ? . mng rapidly an ! It to be a Fr';1* ?.??.?.? ? k? ? t.O-te? ;.-.- Mil ' >? 'I'C?' ii '?' Id Mr? J, Warren Ooddai . Ml ' . Mr* a Rev. Ab Mr Mr an I Mr? ries ? Ward, C. Tiffany Mr? F \ Mr. and Mrs. ? Haas, Mr snd Mn? ?i- ? *?-. Moaler Mr. and Mi ?. A, l". u attson, Mr. i: ? |fn ? ?? *. t:.: :? eri : tore " ;= evening ? Protestant 1 - ' ... ? There e r ' ' ..A. Johnson, and m . : Mis Arri* Bt ?.? ttei meeting - , . ... g at 1 ?? ' ; . ? ' ? ' ' The N?*W-Toi*? Av la! of "*rr, 'h c*o?!oe? ??on al ? h ? -.?? ? - .. -? : and l'r . - store f or 1 m ... .... ng Mai ? S< -"" Weet ' " ? ...... ? g\ >n m ai?! of Mver ? ' Henry T. 1 ' " "' rn">rin . . '.. Kri?n-!? S ' - ' aenth l-en." I . . gave an addrees yee ty-thlrd-at. ? ? ' Weet End - nd Seven! ....... .. ' patlona r Little Boy 1 ? i? gi? gantic ' ?rat? : r ,? ! '?." ? ... of ? - ?' ? '.! ? The ? ? ? ? " " ' M ; ' M ? . : last even? .- ? lare* V ' ' ? - "Hila*-. t-orXX ?*}** Society win give Its third concert of th? aeaaoa next Sunday evening, Mar-**-? 3?, at Fark sve and Flfty-nlnth-st. Mis? Maid Powell eri Mlaa Oertrud? Maystein trill he the sololsta A ehsrity eaehre party will be ?riven next Friday afternoon, March *>',. a* the home nf Mrs. K. Morn. ,? Ha-nll'o:-... No M Leti ix-ave The n.irtv -? yiven hy the Women'* auxilian Of 'h* H.T*'?ni 11 -m ..??;?.? ??,!- Hospli -? Dispensary, Mr? Hamilton is president of the auxiliar] Mr*. Raymond, the mother nf th? president of Vaaaar Collega, hai given the Foreign Missionary of the Eplphnnv Baptist r*hurrh. at Slxtv fourth-at nnd Maaleon-ave., $11.?????) for the Mura? tion of heathen women. Philip Tliie. 0f Boston, trill deliver his fifth lecture in the Columbia University ?erie? this after? noon nt ?'arnegie Hall. The ?uhjeet will be, "The Development of ?Opera" The woman'* Branch of the International Mod? leni Missionari? Society held a soein! meeting on Saturday afternoon at No is En?? Pajrty-tlfth-st. The president, Mrs. Margaret Bottome. presided, nnd there wer? adilre.sses by some of 'he mission? aries of the society. Miss Clara Wilson win giv? nn art leeture on Wednesday fiftr-noon ar the etudlo of Mrs. Alien Dexter, No. 139 West Beventy-nlnth-at M'.ss Fanny M Bpenoor win giv? h?r ?bird organ r'?'!:al on Tuesday In the Fourth Preshyterinn Church, at West End-ave und Ninety-first-st. Sh?*? - ;,-?i?ted bv Albert Gerard Thiera tenor. und the protrammo will eomptls? ???ertlon? from Dussek, Van Eycken, Qullmant, Bamherg. . ? - R 'ssinl. Mrs. Reheora TCofcut will addre?? the Women'? Guild of ?he Manhattan ? 'ongregatlonal Church, st F.icht v-third-?t. and the Boulevard to-morrow g ? ; 1 . ? The Training ?.f rhll drt-?) In Reverence In Jewish Horn??." The tYoman'? Auxiliary of the T"n!ver?!ty fUt'l?. ment will pive ? tea to-morrow afternoon at No 2<\ T le'-?-j-ey-sf. The Auxiliary Will hold It? next meet. it.g In the Charities Building on Thursday. Miss Harriel Mason Denison, of the Emerson ca\ lege ..f ? iratory, Boston, )? giving a coursa of lecturas ? Woman'? Ex. hange. NO 13 Baal Thlrtleth The aubjecl to-morrow will he "'America in 1812." Each lecture 1? completa 11 leelf, and I? II ?.? .?! ? II I A ?er:? s of tl blea M phantasm.*? will he given Fri? day evening in eld of the Qerman Ladlee' A Miss Olga ! - ai Hebe si I Oa :?.? M ai \ < erle Ta isaky ? m - Mari ha K lempffa ri - M hood, Miss 1 riacbei 1 rutl M:?s I.ulu Ell Miss Berti ." ? g and Mia? .1 Bi Bei . end Neon M ?' ? M - Medea Mis.? Harr ; - Tollei and Misa Ja ibi as Bappti ? Prof.?r m Quckln, of the University of New York, will addreea th? Clio Club ??. - -? ?.? ?t ,?,. ? Oi ' nd-twent* -fourth-at. ? ? will t..? The Qcnesia and Evolution of I <-,-.? of the elaeeea of the T.er.ten Sewing Circle Mrs Frederic Branson will meet mini al orne of Mr-. !.'?? : ? .1 NEW CLX Ii OF WOMEN. MRS WILLIAM G. BHAILEB IB MAM?: PRESIDENT OF THF. HOUSEHOLD I?;?''>Ni >MIC ASSOCIATION T? c Household Economie Aaeoclatlon of Now? fork Btate ha? been laun-hed upon the ? human effort end ff'ighted with a -*argo of precious for the Improvement of humanity, Mr?* Bhaller National t/iee-preeldent for the Empire Btati ' ??' the helm si rirtua presidenl of the ai " ? tion < m Friday 'he onTkers who u commii I tl . Uaat ship were eeleeted, foui in number, all re] tative women, who i-? tha ??? ome, when properly managed, is 'he mental principle ot rtlvlllxatlon Pint vie... president .Mr*-. Elisa Newcomb Alexander: second ? vlce-preaident, Mra William Cullen Brewster; u .?.? Mr n .1. Tansley; recording secretary, ! Mn '" gemann; corresponding aeere? \i??- Caroline I Btr? ud of no 10 East Thir i ? - gh1 The following : lute the Hoard of Man Mr- Lowell Talbol Mra !'.'??, E. Currier, ? ? Mis? Helen k ? ? : ' rnestlc Bela nee L>epa ? ima t of tha Mra l ? Dunn, president of Dom? ? ? ' he Brook I j ? Insi Ituie. and , ?]?:. ne Bennett ? ? unmli?.** ; pointed. ???? ? Marguerite Und le) Is ? ehalrm in In e vet the Siate e ? ? ? , ???.??? li ganti ? forward a 'irk. Mrs, ? ? Larned. ari Ione auch efficient ? w??rk h ?? ?.? on.,m?- Bo? letj of Byre ? be .???,.? ? mon i iga ? ? mu erahip fea Is on I H. end then ? to mei ? ? mina life members of Ihe ? ..ft he associa tion Is to ? that knowledg? of hotieehold science whk-h ? mpr? . ? " eh old archlteci ura + with es| ? ? - tat ion. t In ? ter mie und hi .? ? ? ? ? food? and fu? ? re sdentine ? ! ? Im endea? or i syi satin I ? higher ? ine, to eatabiUh : ? ' 'r. ... p be , :. ? \ -??.?.? ? m ployer and ; artmeni ..f hum? and noclaI .?? Increaee ? \ , nee We lira I to lai particular ? ??.. and while ? ' ???<? ??? to ? ?tabllah > ? Bid a ? plan of I ? girls | ropcrtly Instructed In ?dj organit?,!. a? Ii being ? v.. also hone to educate housekeepei the rich to k. o* ind ???. lisa ? ekeej Ing trill m ike ? ?slhli the ' ? ' 'il un?! the p?umaiient ? tha homa " Mi .Ived letters from Maine is asking foi regara-Una ? -.n.? m ??' branch organisations, *??, h ana luiming tha be? own particular m?> ?? ? ??. I md misal ?? ; h - ?a ild ?o-tn 11 ?? ? K*-ti"r il awakening among the importan.f m m.,r. ?a-ten tille lousekeeping and if .. , ?;,,. ,[,,,,? r\n\m !. nt :he puhll?? not one I? nf mich , e a? the ? ? ? ? ? (fousehol 1 ,. ,?? \ /,?/.?>/;// ir t??e white hoi se ? .'.-?: ?? he given to Mis? Ella Rueeel' by :,.! Mr? McKinley at the White Houi? ? ? ?. Wednesday evening Mnrch U, a' a ?viock Miss Russell herself Will ?Jr.?, and Frans ?, . -7k a yowt Austrian violinist, wi.)Iplav The Sueicai U unJer the direction of Henry Wolieohn. "WESTMINSTER ABBEY." ALFRED M. roLLETT IN HIS LECTURE GIVES THK HISTORY OF ITS ERECTION. VARfor? rNTEllFTSTINTJ AND ?????? IJC'T-EXPS RF.t.ATIVn TO THE K A TU, ? ????? OF THFOREAT STRfCTt RE. "Westminster Abh'v" wa? tho subject of th? Il? lustrated, lectur? given on S.-iturrlay morning hy AlfrM M Collet! at th? S.'hool of the Sisters iff tho Church Although Mr. i'ollett modestly ?aid that he? ?ras able to present only a tithe of the in? teresting fSCta .-????.?<?^ with that great historio pile. ?Thick ha? heen not merely a .'huroh. hut also a city nf no me.m dimensions, a home at time?. fr>r royalty SBd tho scene of miny a mngntfWnt pa Rean,. ?un pvn those of hi? hearer? who knew the Abbey rame away feeling that they had before ?'?rn it only SS in I ?ria.??, .larkly. Mr Colteti rhSfSrlirlStld !h?* Al,hey a? "a hofero gon?'ous ?fracture'*' 'hat ran only ho pnfesrStOOd Ly ?..mo kriowl. diro of th? history >.f It* erection. On the yi?. ,,f .?-, Abbey rertnln Roman remain? have hern found that afford ?cmo baols for the theory put forth hy Sir Walter Hesant In hi? latest Look that a Roman city once Stood there. Al though tho thoory I.* Interesting ami ?ocms to t,?? supported hy certain tacts, Mr. ? "ollett believe? that It !s only a creation ol Sir Walter Resant'? brain. There are various ancient legends relative to tho e.ir!|e?t history of th* Abbey. The most ac? cepted ono |s rhal of the Saion King Seherth, and 'ho fisherman. It was uuoted I,y the monks throughout the Middle Ate* In support of their Claim that Westminster was a? old and honorable ns St. Paul's, f,.rnv-r!v known as Kistm.nster Th? story mas that on the ovenlne; before ?ho ehlireh was to ho consecrated by Kins; Seherth and Bishop Melltus, a certain fisherman named F"..?.r*? waa DOlawfully following hi? trade on the Holy Sabbath day ?Then a stranger apponrerl on tho river hank .ini b.-nrre 1 to ti<* ferried Hcros? to the J 'huroh. When they r.a h-*d the Abbey Kdrl- saw. to his amassment, that heavenly host* cam? and assisted rho Mr-,-.ger *o .?????. rate the churn | The stranger then declared that he wa? the Apos , ? I Pater and told Karte that he should on the next I day Inform the King and tho t'.lshop of what he had seen. Ah a proof of the reality of his vision. the cons?cration .rosse? ?hould he left and Ihe drippings from the Was el 'ho anpeile candle?. St. !? ?- next enjoined Kdrlo never to fish again on . him offer te Ood .?. tithe of ??? tho fish forth catch. ! ? ? ? ,. It r* ? \V?-rrrtn?for Abbey ?TSI -?'tenth or ?tghth century, j altho . rrable Be<le p-.akos no mention of ? it in . hlstort li :j *'G? it?' how? ' ever, that In MO Bl Dunstan brought ihlther twelve ? monk* and eetabllahed ? monastery. Tn 10GO Edward -wr rebuilt ? - ?- Norman ?tj le of archttei ire ? ? ?re? Ju?t Il h knows now '.hat the- ityls ? Norman conquest The ties I ge In I tbbey was be-cun ! Henry ill. who lived in the thirteenth century, a hen ? ? ari eras fell through rut lied w .? ? t? Ba - ? ry and Lincoln cathedral? , ?? re : Henry tn conceived the Ides ? ' remodelling W< r. He sent to Fran.*? for . - .i-.i ?[...re] ?-? expense in ???> ? : iborste WOt tbe work, however, that it could ? not ho . mpleted In one generation, and si ine -.ime ? Henry \ II : waa ?till ??..ins- on. Mr. Collet! thinks :hat no church of tho M li'.' \. - r that la q ulte ??" mibtla ari ? a? il amok -.f London gradually llsln? ? ^?.???i the ? ? .- if the ? ?y, and Sir Chrtsto? i I'her Wr.:i was employed to restore them. The .? ? - ? \ rbey now presents the appearance of ? ? ?? m -? wonderful patchwork in Kngland. but In ihe Interior a great deal nf the ;ovel>- work of thu . ? . ? la etili seei ati ng thi ? ereopt *on view* shown by Mr Collet ? ?rere several Interesting '?'?A reprints 'hat ? Westminster Hall a.? It ?:?<??? ta be Th? '???? irer pointed o it the change? that have -i "re ejre-na! app<*?.ran.?? of the n.rt.i rranse;,r H red ? ? old Solomon'e Porrti of the -?-nt iry, Wren'? changes made later ar.d the fini? es put ?? by Ollberi Bcott. Hew? ? ?? msy erti rise the detsll aork l nc by Sir C riet ?? ?- v7ren, Ir mu*f ho acknowledged, ?? ; the speaker, that h?* always oadorsttiod proportion. and na? ?ucceed? I admirably In giving a gen-rsi ? ffe.*? by ?rep rh?* lecturer eondu"-?d h ? he-ir?r? ? - ? - , '? hi: I lapel? of the Abbey, pointing oui the beauties of 'he sa-esm'-n's ? ??- the a|'.??*. r.-io chapels, rho - tines, 'he tombs, the moi im>-nt?, rh? ambulatory, the chantry of Henry V. the cloisters, the deanery S?d "he many other characteristic features of that ? tressure?! itise Th?? lecture was enliven??-! !sv many lntAr?*ting ?tor!?? and gleams of humor th? ?rl ; m.iko those wh h.arl Mr Collet! r":n'"ii ber hi:n a? a rety er.t.-rralntn;*; as ???!: a? Instruct lv? lecturer. ??/5_ HOLD Household ? ilk*.? I bave !.. ?? much Interest?.! p?rimants In .."king with. gasoli - in all tbe accounts I have ? to determine ?rhlch mak.? la 'be ?..??*. If ? iid Inform ? t h.ir ? oui 1 I would bf obliged Alton me I - **?-??-' thai it |?m ? ?? \ ?? ? man'? . loting prices recipe*. ?.'..: give tlie full nddress >.f .?urn deal. ??? ,ir?? few ;? .... -?me to look il iter New-Yorh lo find them. In ri, ?? ? u 10 know where I get t ? rloln? for M centa a end tome othei -, ? ? cut? of meal of wbieh ? ise s grp.it many, ? I ire h;.r.i to ?? In the ??" ? ? ..m a constant and devoted r?i.i.r <>f ?\\<- New? ,: ? ? truly, ' ?. ? ' ' R Household Talks thinks all the si ?t?? thai ?. E I C. It saw racominended by The Only Woman's Page aere ? l gasolene eteree ''.as stores ? ??! from tho companies who supply iralty Interested in th? r ?:..-? r. ..?on. it I? for "Wr , int.-re?? to ? a beet et ?- a* lowest pri-?-s, ?hey are the - I lorlty on rh? subject. ?ra r... ." -, r.mmended by ^ ? | ??? ? of the prejudl.?? which ? si- - sgalnst tbem or. sccount of rho ???. f l he f iel. in practical u?? rhis del v.? r Is r iu.?.! with ? aro to a minimum These ? d do ???? ?moke or lea ? therefore In even s prefi ible to ? ken A great many housekeepers in luntry who Uve et ? distance from s supply pf gat, ne stove. In spite of the po??it.!<> danger of explosion, h ? mpanles, how ever, Increase theli rate? on property where ^ | ^. olene ?tove la used, and ?onie of our larg?*st .om? ini ni?*? ref tk* The various agent* of the Standard <M1 .'omoanv ind fuel to burn In them. rmatlon about them c.m be .1 from one of I h?*ee 1*he New-Tork Beef ? teak ?'?uh .i?e?. ?. ?p?ciai ? rnik?? of ??'? ?tove, which Is furnished, t: la said, j l.v the lieti Oe? ?'ompanv of N'ow-York The hes? sto\e? for broiling or masting aro un- ? doubtedly tt?-? ga? and the gasolene sto\es The ? roasting I? don? In the?? stove* under .> ?he?t of ils tlon of frosh air which prevents ? ??>?? of the meat imm dr?lng out n? they do ' in a close stove oven SPECIAL GG?? OF MEAT Tn rc^ irl to ?pn rial cut? of meat or special arti el*? of f.....i. these msj ? aayi be obtained by writ? I Ing to the - !? rk of Wsshtngton <>r Pulton market?, j They will re?**ommend butchers In their marketa ? ?rho ; ; ? "?-???!..! in leles del I id Tl ?- m.r " In meat aro lomted in Washington Market, though th-r? ar? several meal Brm? abo ? ? ve their stalls ? ?l Pulton Harkei Pulton M..rk"t ;,iso retali old-time reputation a* th. leading m.irkct for for- : .-inri fruits, and ll - ? to fsmous for It? flsh stilli?. , I?? t-g.-.rd to cheap \\.--..rn" tenderloins of '.eef ? th? y ..re ont to tl o market In the winter from weet? ickera of "tinned" com d beef, snd therefore . .inner i..? I ea Mia al ?.?* prl.-e named The clerk of Washing! ? Market will no doubt give full Information on this ?ubjerl if .? |r.--.-r I? ad? ,tr> ????-.i to him Thi Tribun? cannot publish In these columns (he ??i ?. : ii sddreaaes of business firm?-. -**> FOR LVD AG \l\sT H FIFTH. H.irrk-t Mirtir.eau In "Household Education" "?V.? ?*?:.?!>? ?* ? ::i>c nn.l fh? ??? ? Si nil IHM, crnmrvo't position of th? body while the neadls l? being ise,) ? ? f .r the health I - fr?-9u?nt real ?? ? g, .,r position sr? neee?iary to keep from real inlur- ?p?,\ This I.? ali \?r? well f..r the ?romeo who toot because thev ilk? if but for those who Im\>* t., mike their living by their needle th? a.i.l?? i? i.imost Impossible to fol? io? Af-er being en one's feet for anv great length of time, th? shoos should SS remove l and the tired foe| should I?? ?riven a t****a**Oasjh r??t It I? a good plan to lie down on a lounge, put ? cushion under tho ankle? at,.I l?-t th? f??t hang over, ?o the musei?? of th? hods ran relax. If the balls of th? feet ore tired, lie on the face end stretch tho fee, .. || ?-r.ilgh? on 'he c.;?hlon. Mir.e Marchesi known tho world c? er n? a ? teacher end trainer cf prima drnnas. do?? not ?!? ? ,ow her pupila ta rid? a who?:, gn* contend? that the bent-over position ?r.Jurra th* cheat and lung?, i and, consequent ly, affecta the voice Btll!, moat of j the noted slr.ger* are devoted bicyclist?, and Calve, Melba and the De Resskea ar? ?specially goisd ' ridera. 3 -F r**9*?, r ~BJ f,"G. Punshlne Enoulrer?Suhsrrlptlon? to the Society f.T fteamen ?hould be sent to John Jewe:i Smith. treasurer, No, TT West Houston-st., New-York. The work among the ?eamen is ?nie of the most la? I terestlng In the eit?, snd the creara of the various \ea?el?. though they may he in por: only a few dav?, ?eem to And piSeSUTS In attending the reading room.? snd club? whl'h the society ha? established for them The men frequently give very creditable ? mu?i.*al?. ?he crew of the I'mbria having given ? thre? during the last few montila. PreaSSent-Qeneral of the ?. ? ?.; Having b??en a Shn?-in for the Us; tin months, recovering from a ?e\ere ?urgl-al operation. I have taken great pleasure In reading your Sunshine column. I h i\,e ; begun to make .'.tpping? for a ?crap-book to tr??.*? ? of all the holidays, their origin, time, u?e and , meaning. Kany cf (he?? I have tiken from four ' Woman's Page, a? Sr. Valentine'? Day. Wa?hlng hymens wedding torch design. ? in'? fil !.. n'a Wrtl laya Shrove Tuesday, Ash Woo - lay, Laent, Msrdl-Orss, el Aa ? ? iggeetion for o'her? -I heve ma !e ?om?? very pretty nta eb-hoidere by u.-.in*; 'he little por ???Un jar? in wh'.-h Uebig"? beef extract 'ome? Little Landscape? sn ? mow s.-.-ne? ?ho ild he ; around them, und t.'.nons may be tied in the groov* at the top. to si-pend them from a chandelier. Ol they ma>? h?? se- as an ornament on the mantel Tt - ? T II. If ? ? ?., s -'?' 1 her full name, a loctety pn tal : tie tent her II k? a pleaaure to know that you nnd the Woman'? Page m helpful. President-aieneral of the T. S. S : I have aim? books an! magazine? ?hat I would like to send to some Siin?hlne memi??*, alao a l>'-r a Of | ? try for th? Sunshine book of poem?. I would like to know whether this will suffice to make m?? ? member an 1 entitle me to ? pin Truly your?. I?. S. I,. B.?The poem entities you to memberahlp u I a p.? : sa ????? seni you If yo ? e ?- aid magasin?e ?> Mr- M E Toung Evan?*. Col . presidenI ' the Evana Bran? ? nf ?he T S S. ?he Will dletlibute them aming thirty or forty famlde? who bava very ?;*? ire, living .??? they do 0? ranche? f.tr f:.,m p -????! an! : ght aend ? bm of the reading ESraatua Andrewa Soda Hill, ? C ?,?. ? r.'.-. ien: of the Sd? lui: Brani .1 of the t S S . arid li? w;'l take ;,.-..? 1-- :r. gl- ,:,g them t , Bfty or more families, who Uve thirty .ml forty mile? from the railroad and ten mi e? from a poetofltee Mr? Y o ?rg and Mr Andrews bot.'i report that ? . mu ?v.- mor? ir? then ?-ha- h.i? been ? already ?en: -hem As -00*1 as these sta'l"? supplied ?' Idreaeea ?sill be furnished. A LIPE BTORT. He I.:-4- I? know It r.ew. Hit ?cm? OS] he arili kr."W 1 Flur?-? Field. Above her little, BUfferer*? fie!. With all a nioth.-r's grn e She ?troke.l the curly, throhhing bead. And smoothed the fevered face "He doe? no? know rr.v love, my feiars. My toil of heart and h .nd Bui som? day in the a'???! vean? Pome day he'll understand; Pome day he'll know I loved him so. Som? ?Jay he'll understand " A Wild lid pla>? hi? thoughtless part Aa fits ill? childhood'? lot, And tramili??? on his mother'? neart Ofttlmc?? and knows I? not. H? play? -?mona hi? tin;? mat?s NO;? know? hla trueet 'riend: Hi? mother Bighe, aa still she waits. Som? lu hell comprehend; The dav will be When h* Will ?ee. Ron-.? day he 11 c?>mprehend." Tne strong ? ruth playa hla strenuous part; Ml? BOthar waits alone. And ???? h.? finds .mother heart The mat?? unto his own She gives him up In "OJ ind woe. Me take? hi? young bride s hand. Mis mother murmurs. "Will he know And e\ ?r un lerstand ? When will he know I love dm ?o. When will he understand?" The strong man fight? hi? battling (lays, The flgiu 1? hard snd grim. fila mother's plain, old-fashione?! ways Have little charm for him The dimness fella around her year?, The ibadoWl round lier stand, She mourn? in loneliness and tears, ile'ii never understand He II never know I loved him so; He'll never understand." A bearded man of eerioua years loan ibove th?? lead. And rains the tribute o' his tears fi\ >-r an old gra ? head Me stand? the op.-n grave above. Amid the mourning band? And now h?? knows his mother's love, And now he understands. Now ?loth he know Pli?? |??.e?l him BO, And now he understand? (Bunt ffttttsr Foss. Sen* by f, S , a? membersh!.? fee F're?ldent-r,enersl of the ? 8 HI hope you will publish the Inclose,) poet? '.v Kila U'h.'?l-r Wlleox The sentiment bl s?, hf.iutlful. t feel that It can but bring sunshine to some Shut-In Truly yours 1- .'. W I?n rOU WISH E'iR ?I? UN ESS? De you wish for klndneea? He kind. Do von ask fot truth? Me true. WhHt you gi\?? of voiirseif voi rind. Your world is h r.!!?? of you; For life ts s mirror You smile. And n ?mil? I? your sure return. Rear hate tn jour heart, and, erewhlle. All your world WltB hatred will burn. Ret !p?? agsinef love; tVery deed Shall, ?rmeri ?. ?. tn:*. recoil. Ton shall gather your fruit frim the aesd You c*?t yourself In the ?oV Kach n> I is a separate ?Ink !n the -nain of wir wra.1 or your woe, Clips y?u offer anotha-r to drtnk. The -?ste of their dregs ye shall know. P. J. W.?The poem entitles you to membership In the ? 0. ?., end the (oclety ia pleased to add niffl? tn Lb? mi IL four name to ipe roll BEAUTIFUL EMBROIDERY. THE WORK ?G MRS. CLARA KELLOOG, OF WESTFIEI.n. MASS. ?G?G.?.??????? THAT HAS TAKFN MRDAf-S AT the paris wxTonrnom, the tVomurM ra?a am. KaTW y^rk BXtttam. The recen* popularity of embroidery has given many a som.in s distaste for the shaded trifles one. And? -altered on all sides. The fad. Ilk? all others, threatened at on?* time tn he ??t?>' a ri/.??, and breaking through the hound* which mark the legitimate domains of needlework, embroidery came to be us???I for all sort? of ?- Stative purpose*. From hall to bedroom, dining-room to attic, on? found one's self everywhere surrounded with .?. eoa fusion Of BaaeSS, bird??. ?<t???* nnd Asure* of evry conceivable design, often so wonderfully and fear? fully made that It Is no world? r that ?.?Ilion was soon on rho wan?*, and that man-, tov . th || they never want to see embroidery again. Vet real embroidery is still In demand TT a differon ,? between the mass of Imi'a'On .it needlework that Is an art. for embroidery in Us I pel 'tlon I? an art. To !.? ?u? h Ir rivi??! fut only b.? fauiti.-ss, but each ????-*?- mus? .... , ?,? .?. - ? for tho purposi ? led The !n fact, ? t''.?? moel important parr o' the work, as shown bj ?? ?a of Mrs ''Lira Kellogg, of WestfteM Msas il?r work i.i? -akr-n rrclals ar tho Parts BxpOeltlOO, the World's Pair and at many Other exhibits, \et mull of th,? a * .il embroidery 1? dune bj employers who wore from Ihe piai h ph ? ? ..f ? ? erj * ? ?- ? i ? - r ai l :... 'wo are ever alike i ? ? of the design? represent particular age ? ?? ..;- are ma le t., correspond wiro rh. tone of the room m ahlch the) an: to !>?? used For inatance, In .. Turkish room, the portU-r..?*?. table? ?. er ani pillow? must, of course, be distinctly oriental, while in another, modelled aft? r the Renaissance, ????. ?*. luid "How the Ides or the de.orations peculiar to thai period In tbe selection of mat?riau and their arrange, rn? n- ble field for the display of last? and originality, ;:n<l In this [a the severest tevt. that of being able to follow oui the Idea f the architect and d<.ratoi embroider?*! | "es and overs Drill fit In with th?? furnishings and d?- making MATERIALS I'SED Moat of the portier.?, and cover? fir the drawing? roon or library were ?ione un eat In sheeting. This material is particularly well suited for rich Rei ?ance effect?, ??ne of th.? pi tient port re? waa in light bl?:?? gray. For the bedroom there were the dainties) ( h reai acarfa and table-i?overa ?? ? ?? linen and finish ? . w. h an open work A DESIGN Tn BE WORKED IN BOPT ? ?RIENTAL ? ? ?LORINOS border or insertion of botiiton braid ????? of the??? was a Beert wi'h ? border of r<>?. ?? worked tn old blues A tabl.--.-ovr was in t h.? Russian styl.?, worked In delicate jdnks .-?n.i crearne, m the peculiar en ;?> Buck da sii The Colonial design s ,?, ,?, ,| ?,,? everything, ami of these or, rather, of ?heir application '?> ?lus kind of embroidery, Mrs Kellogg is tn- ortg? inator. She waa the drei ?.. u?. in mus vork the .?id d.-vi.'.s j.uii.ir io th.? architecture of Colonial ?luv?. Ttu? w.?rk .i|i|."irs to ?r?- beat advantage, perhapa, on portlerea and taneatr es of hesvj ? ? ?? ? m sniin -??.?,.line, in? is need ms? ss frequenti) ??> ornament any ?t:<t ail or ??>? ?taint.?, triti???, ma.!?? of ilnen or silk, A few .-tits are given, showing some f.-ivorlfe design? -? OOOh WORK IMOSO THE EooR. At the reuuiar m?>-r.iig if th.? Hoard ot M?nagera of the Association for Improving tiie Condition ot tbe Poor, held March IT.. file relief department re por'ed for the month of February that 4.IK!? visi'? had been made among the poor The number who were relieved by the association. esetUStVS ?*?f the labor bureau, was 3.MO Individual? ? me Important function of a esetet) like that of the ASMCtatloa (OS Improving the ?'ondinoli of ?he Poor I? the amount ,?f CO operatlOS which It can render other Boeiefte? Th?? Charity Organtaetlos Society alone received |?M ?1 by wtil-h it was enabled to std 1'^ fBSStttea The two BOOSMSBS ? - co-operate through an application bureau and \ ntght office, which Is under Joint management Out of 1.771 tlcltet? presented at the Charity Organtaa Uob woodraiU 001 ware bought by the A. I. C P., and 157 Mok?fs. out of a total of ?V*7 used at the workroom* for unskilled women, were purchased by tho association. Though tho i'harlty Organization Society r**o*?lv?S the large?* amount of oo-op?r*M?*n, ?he association also ?o-oporntes with other societies in th? city and we!, runes anv Information whl'h will ere hi? It 'O relievo ?ufrcrlng or mktery. In many Instances th* only r.li'T needed 1? a bit of kindly advice, while iho recipient of charity Is always made to feel s> m put h y ?nd encouragement. The leeoclatlon bata* report for th? ?nor^h of Pebruary ? total of Uta lather? an Inrreos? of ff| ?.??? the notrmetton?toM period of isss!. thu* proving thai there la ? conunaed f?opuin? demand for ! ? I-'arising baths for which a fe? may n? pnld. Th?? labor bureau found psrasaaenl ????1"?p? for 242 men. and O other? wer?? engage?! in ?ro-r-shov ; elllng for a period of thr?e da>> e;,ch. For th? ftrat 1 llm?? In It? hlst.rv. th ? bureau had more < all? fro.U ! employers than M <oul>l respond to Th?? Marti.*. Hou?? ? th? associations social ?*?*? : tlement. N'.. r. : vVeel (??.-??-?.???'..?? ? cookfof rlase, the homek?ep?ng de**?artment, lhe work . room?, the pcnnv Provid?nt Fund md th?* various) club* ore now In active ??.t,??? Th?r? Is a gr?*'. G??.?'? of old ? lothlne; and ifurminl* which may b* ? repaired a? rt,? ??wing room? an.? placed on eale in : the neighborhood, so that the ????'!? ma; have the opportunity for pur.' . . ?? ts at a small 'a ? AQUARIUM RECORD BROKEN. THOCBAXDI OP PSOPLC v*IBW THK HOXMI ?.? ?? '..??t I ? kit7s;m\!'..\-?." The re-onl at th?? AajuartSSg ?is broken by a large majority ysatarday. There were \'JKl visit?n?, against 11*20, the ...rg-?? ?umber on any previous day. From !" ?. ni till J e m th r.? w.re only 9,0m visitors After the latter huir men. women and (mittlren soeuatl la from every tfirecttoa. ???? long ime? wer.? foraasd la -he Buttery ? rays ei p*>o ?.,;.? ?i't.T,? ?.. gala . lmrtar. ?? to t.-i?- ?trang?ly 1 metarn.jrj'oOOOi ?? ? ? ' ??. .ir. .m waa ' closed, at 4 o'clock, there ?ere stlfl fully '..<*? r***?' son* m lin? ar. I sthets wer* arriving rapid!) The sightseer? w-r- .rbrlv ? ?:? -owarl the la?' they w-r?? soa*e*4ttled to otvrty '.rough th* straetawi so fasi ?h.?? they bad tim? oniv for a anort gianc? at tn? finny ocupan'.? of the tanks Th? off!, era of the Aj .an uni expr.-?s ? hop? that :n futur? visitors ?rill '-orne at an ear !? r ?\ . ;r ? :.er. pesstbfo, a? that w . :! ? eontrtbots to ths esaafan and pleas m ? ? ??? visitors tlwasselvea snd fa ta I ? ?.-?:'.ng ef the crowd? The '? room ' I If? risii r* was partly .vtributed to th* excepttoasalj Ur,-? w-a- ? I ,??-? | to the arrival and eshlbi! o.i of the .-hair.,.:.*?, he IVI weight lobster ahlrh li :.ie ?at-?t sttractlon added ? ? ita stock in tie tanks This ,min? ah *.i weighs ? bt and ha* era ta ? ? i mg. la -omfortat-l* Ijdg? ? In tbe ilr* ?Id? tank '.n tne lefl of the mam entrance It . I stiously ?,an. ? Pltselmmone, ind a wagglen mark-tmaa scratched on one of uis imm? nt* ?law? ? t??im? men?'* Left ' in the ?am?? tank is a young '.oo*ter on!) a fe? Inche* 1 m? ?h?? ? eer ? m-jar*'. s^iri, to lllu*ti -... ' th? new . aniblt. ? ?'??*. poli ?t?.,p. wtj ras on guard -'; I *t ta.ik yeaterda; ?eei.i to lerlve m ?iving the api latore: "The - le Pltaalmmone e la C irbetl ' Pe? of the ? leli ? tt ? ? to look at th? ? ? tie Dottora of tue tank ?? ?? the front ? ill ? lew on , tea weed Phi star was of a dirty ?p????? ? ilor. ahltfh teem? ? ??? ?orne rural visitor? ? ? een a Ive l aril eX;,. ?. i to be Of a bright re I I. ;.?. like a on?-. F tsa?mmona ?? ' ? ir pounda h?avi?r tnan ar.> ..? g? ? F .1 *".-. Mark??? .. g? ned ta tM ?r^m thirty to ore hundred? | EARLY l>A)s OF THE CHI R'fl THK REV DR BHAHAiri BCIUIOX IN ST. PATKICX'I CATHEDRAL. Th? Rar, Dr. Bhahan, of the Catholic T'niverslty f An ?!??.? -- Patrieft ? Cathedral on "Ch M Two Centurie?.?' Assoni o : Inge, h?? sail Tl-..? St.r? objected t, anv ?ron Its own recognised gods or lita -ri*g ti? trate? The s?ob of uncertain origin, the riffraS ? ? >r:-n'. rniK"? Sdora .??" M ' ?? M* . ?.iman* f ?tanu.ng aeri el ? take up with any of the :.? ? 0 ? ??.*?1?* Th?? private pt*> :vg-? ,,f -.?. .' risi .,-.? and rher ?^???G.??? wlthdra? aera * grave cause of offence, for voluntary aasoctatlfMi ? : altray? been the horroi of ? -, - ? ? i?/ t?iorii:."1 ? ? ..- of their polir:? ? .?-.eta. Then, a? tune aore on, the ?ed ilo - ? .?? ? by tre tens?les? popular bata ?? rt nata harmleei Christians ?rere s ? anxiety t the 'inp.r ors. ahose lympathles, ?* a rub aere on such ? n*ohs. otherwise most do. by them. The ?lander? ' tie .Jew?, wh-j ha'e.i the Christians fur break'*** -he impact of Jewish nationality ano f r ??,? ibandonment if a temporal Meeeiah, worked evil to the Chi stlaaa in high pia*e?. The **rowlni ?trengtl rletlaa eplecopate, :t. remarkable ir..-? ar -? - --?-. tne \ast network of tharitlea, tn? strana? coemopi in ?vmpstl ??? f the Christian? es pidona ar. I I ... -.= 4nd th?ir couneeUora ???\?? all, the infl-xib:^ s - s??n.'ii-> of the Christian ?earned to tue Homar t?? ritte? ' - worsr ef ?octal crime?. ;h* den -. of ?ne rlgnt of th? Btate to ? - ....,.?'?? .nlng .-?!l.*n.?? ani de? irt of .?..?->? citi 7 ? ?? ??? ,i vain '.-a? C ??.? ? . | -?- ka 9t_ ttin | -..? p im? ? ? ? - ?t- ?t ?he vileai Imputations and agi - - ..-h o? : ? m . ? "rom ? the Btate th? - ? a? ,:? ! to pu Tn-ir a; ? . gave ? the vie wa o f ander a - tab!? \ ie?d ij' lafamoua -rimea they de il and ed to the aan ? ? ?? ani ? ? .. ib? in oil et ? '-? ?t? of Rom in Btat? In genera ? the .? f*it b) the etter and ? tor rh? - Knowing the Roma -a t ? they demons!rated the extreme ? f the old Testato? nt, ? that the - - ? , . ?a Wl : . ' v. ??? -al. In tra? - ?tie : - ,: ? In th? writings of ? ?? ? ?; ind Roma? ? -?'.-? ? ? ontere i I he lom? ' ter? ? -? ? * ad v?r much r.. lufTer from the Btat. ? I won a slamai - ? ? adven* - _ ? ?lien ? and ? ? ippl itlon ol The per? th? emperor* I -ward ne of the mo? . ? Of the groa ? rugg?. ?Ike ??: .-?-.? .'?-. t ten I ? mie?, .Or the*) as a in It tbe deat i ? >da ? "i ? -r? r ? . s , ? ? ? ra Mk. ?'ommod i?. Car ,. . ?-? lispoaed \ ?r-aln affinity hetweei the id of s a ride Btat? nd a u.ir ? ? . ? ? amperora [adri?n, Alex* - . of leena Chrt?t The Bmperor Philip ?ori Arab ihelk - Hauran. la ?aid ? ..?.? ? ?- ? Chri?tla ' Il rooi nut th. --'?. waa friendly T a , ,m?? throng lout the third entu fi an Julis M ins? tp? a .?. ? Otta la Bevera to the ? . |, ,^??. ? - w?,?-? even mor- Irawn to 'he ?r spirit? i not but be art -a ??! by the ? ibi mit) - , ?a.?. ...?;?? ind ??.* r.^r sir a ? mated A;--rn.i'.e blandiahm^ni and -aa? ???? ?? the cm;.? .?" ? ie aetonlahed imp. - . . . until th? day came when the?, . ? . rn*g snt faacinattona of a religion that had proved ? to unlveraalit) by tbe ?ame mein? as rhe Roman rule itself ,.,- .a??B_. M?.y of an lnflnl'?!v high?- k:-il ClUTl? ls\l OF THF BIBLE. r.R. turro thinks rt ?riix ortaxornats, HATHKP. ???? ITEAKaW RKUOI ?J Th? R?-\?. William Lloyd pr??...'..'. in th? '>r*r?| .'ongreifanonal Church ???*?,t,!;,? on th? | "Will the preset? Criticai Discussion I'ndermlne Retigli Dr Lloj ?? ?aid. i"1.,? ?? "?>? beltef? once held a* BIU?MU*B?) *?# now shak-n by a aplrit Of -- ? ? ?'garl?n and BUM of MM ral ? rri.a>m i- ., ' . . ..-, ,ny oh.crver The sff*N ? and ? ' ?. ? . ?? ? -, sauit?, as the) are called spas srtht*-d?ss ?????'? ?? '?1 -lift- r -nt is bj disTereni peopj? \<\ some rhey are .'it.?-. ? ? . . ,| ,s | ... , k ft? ?he fouBtfataoas of rrilglofl M hers welt o?s them as Instrumentalities ahtrh \\.'i ria - ?anity o' -on?.,. ,,f upa .orru|.:iuii grafted on ??, aad ?o ttrengthea Inatesd of w. ,k^n rh?* hold of re'igion on th?? heart of mas and ?till others h.ni iliem aa agencies lhal will uttorl) break d< ? lestrop t*hrtatlanlt) ahich th??) r.-? . limosi obeo ? I would place m\?clf with rt?..* seco,,,) , ]as< >\-.\l |a . - one ?rho boil?*??* that the essential truths ss religion are not in ani w.u Imperilled l..- rh? keen? . - criticism of th? Bible Th?? dogma? involved m well-known cr.la are belna ? xamlnod .m?! ?ubject? ...I to ?evere enti, ism Then what is .alle,) ins high.r criticism of th,? i . irded by some as Imperilling the foundation of .ill religious holier? The old dovti hi? the Bible (a th?? inspired Word Of ib.'l .' t ' lerefore infallible is still Insisted In ,,rn.? quarter* ?* ? em? orthodoxy and tlon. ?., Inatead of ?a? ll >?? that : he Bible ?? the \\ ord ..r ? ?...?. li aay? th?*" tu? um.Us of th? BIMe contali tile Word of God Th. Btbl. he high??, il rode for the government of human lif? Th? valu? of an) Look in the lutile ? in ihe moral and spiritual truth it contain? The teachings of Jesus i-hrl*T contain th? high?*! developmenl of the morality which runs through al Hihi.? Iltoretttre ?'hrist ?* the only absolute an ihentlc teacher Chriatlaalty I? In the keeping ol Hi? sayings and striving t.. tmiiat? HI* life instead of rellgton uitig In am w??? shak-n bv I stripptd sway from It the growth* of human Ideaa, It will I?? strengthen??'. To? ri*aaitaas <>f ;he human mind which havsj '...-? bulli around 'he ?imple teaching? of Jcsui fhriat mnv be torn dow?? the proresa of disintegra? tion is going on bu? when th? du*t rai?ed by tn?tl fall t? ?l?ar?d away, the ?lmpl?. .ilvm? teaching ol rhnsi will app?ar In greater ci?atn?aa and heautr, und th? form of the Saviour of man ?HI be agaii seen by the eyes of men." _