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PARIS MODEL ?GOWN-FLOWERED GRENADINE OVER LIGHT-BLUE SILK.
PATRIOTIC LAWN PARTY. EARLB CLIFF. OR "?JUMEL MANSION," OPEN TODAY TO VISITORS. A CViRM.lL INVITATION ???????? TO ??G.G? ONE INTKKKSTKD IN RBVOUCTIOWART RFUCS-MV.-M?. ANI? ?GGG?G.??????.?'. The jtroat day of th.? Washington lawn parly hns come at List, and If only the clerk or* the WiBather l? propitious the patriots ?trill assuredly have ? ? me, Tho differ??! committees hav? boon busy for tbe laal two dsye arranging the final detail?, and l'ari?? Cliff has born in such a state of conf U ? ? if the accommodatlnirr; lady of tho manor waa du : auetelned by her patriotism she would suioly hav.? taken leave of her aenses by thla time. Almost the whole of tbe lower floor of the historic naanalon haa boon turned into ? museum, and Mrs Earl?? lia? disposed of her household p., -is aa best she could to make room for roii-s of ail kin is, fr m portrait? of the Father of his Coun? try tO the curling Irons and "COTSSt briards" with w .. h tho women of Revolutionary times wore wont to add to the charms that nature had given THE FAMOUS DRAWIN<3-ROOM. Tho drawing-room Where Aaron Purr married BUBO. Jumo] is filled with furniture that once he longed to Napoleon, and was bough! by the jum?is fr.'in the Comtesse de la Pagarlo, ? i.iece of Jose? phine, and .'in inumato friend Of Mm??. Jiimel. The most Interesan? of these aro Napoleon's bed, his c\ ? k and his trunk, tho last t?? ine a massive leath? er Ir ?-bound receptacle^ which carried his charts. lettera and other important documents through nil his great battios an?! through the fire at Moscow, where It was badly damaged. The clock repre? sents Minerva approaching Apollo as ho goes to the war. and still keeps good time when allowed to do so. The bod la carved in designa symbolical or the heroic deeds an?l wisdom of the conqueror and has acquired additional interest by the fact that Mine. Jumol died In it. This collection is loaned by Mrs. Julius H. Caryl, nie Jume!, and the Daughters consider it a great acquisition, as it lias ? ver been exhibited before, except or.rc a: a church benefit. Mrs. Caryl, who la chairman of the Exhibition Committee. superintended the ; ing ,?f ti.? alitele? on Ti.'ir-,lay af:? moon, and allowed tbe ladles, a? ?? greai favor, to hand:?? thi great key of the army chest, which fitted into a secret lock and nevf-r left Napoleon'? person until he sent it. through General Bertrand, to Mme. Jumel tbe day before h? embarked for St. Hf-lena. ??? COUNCIL CHAMBER. In the "council chamber'' hav? been placed a number of gtaaa cases, la which numerous smaller r- . s bave b? sn dlapoeed, while the walls are hung With old portraits, deed?, I Ther?- are portraits of Washington and Alexander Hamilton by Bharpless, loaned by Miss Beulte Evans; ? miniature of Cenerai ?. ??'. White, painted by Archibald Robertson, and ?? a loaned by MM -. .-.nd portraits of Margare! de Peyster and ber husband. John Btsgg, Washington'? privato secretary al Vail y Porge, painted by Peale and loaned ly Mrs. Henry Gallagher, nee Btagg, An! autograph Of Washing) ? was eent by Mis. George F. WHdman, of Brl?dgepo?rt, Conn; an autograph of Jonathan Trurnbuil, by Mra. George Eugene pooio. There is ? ease containing th? autograph? ef all the PreaMente. from Waahlngton down, and aiso a lock of Was;.;: ??? ? - hair, all loaned by Mrs. Jam?- K. Kranklirr. Some old Stratford deed? r.r.d a ?.ic-s?mile of the Declaration Of Independence wero sent by Joseph Clark? of Greenpolnt, A bit of music written by J,,h,i Qulncy Adam?, In Imi? tation of the quail and cuckoo, was secured through Mr.? Le Hoy Sun?!? rland Smith. IN THE BILLIARD-ROOM. In the billiard-room, on the table, lies a curious Old gun, known in its day rs a "Long Tom." It Is a Dutch flint rifle, hrought to this country by Pater MarQuarta la ?"??'. and used In the French and Indian wars. It is loaned by Charlea P. Wll klns. The curling-Irons snd "corset-board," or Mr ? I earved ivory placed in the fronl of the bodice to ? shi ?me so often Men In old , t uree, .?:? I ?aned ? ? Mr- .? t ?? ,t Nor? wich, who haa eleo sent : nei - ol 1er relies, among them a knocker belonging io Governor Trum? bull o? tlcut: -'m Indian relic from the Mo? hican ; ri f... .,nd an Immense iron key that belonged to Cleveland'? ?t??,p ?father. OTHER VALUABLE EXHIBIT?. Other exhibit? are a *up :- ughi over \n im by j; hard Eventi a.? ? loaned by Mrs. De Volney Ev? erttt; a Dutch lestamsnl loaned by Mrs Henry Iher: nld shoe.? and buckles, Fen: by M.ss Bellita Evans; ? sui; skirt snd McklsM worn by a Btratf. ? .? 1784. and seni by Mrs Janet te Booth, ol St'Rtford, Conn.; a spini-dm; irheel and carding comba, loaned ; ? '?ir-. G-sorae Busen? Pool? ecPon of dolls drcsred ???:? Mi - Avery t Wa Revolu? tion?r) ron ;. - time aril] also h? ? exhibi? tion, together with the fsmoua picture. 'The Hiith ??.Our ?,,?. ?'? Flag," loan? I Qulncy Adams. OUTDOOR ENTERTAINMENT?. 1 "r tbi outdoor entertainment ol the guest? a ,: rami irrsnged, the . ??:. .??.?..? on? p by tbe <stn Regiment I'.and. For thla : .? : ill wing pro gramm? haa I ? ???. arrai '????? !____?, .**~P ?;'* . ?.'.?.'.'.'.?.?.?.'..'.'_? . ?? . . -? ?. ' .Beyer ?? k?r Miauet.... .......V .,.? ?? ? . .? ? - - .u, . ...:. 'J':? al Thet '.'.'.'.'.". CHILDREN TAKK PART. The children are to tal?;.? an importan! part in the Mont?ale? Tbey win be drssssd la ft ?. o] ittenary costumes, and ?a?i; mea totat pretti dan? ? and a ?glut? to tb? gag, and Will sin?, patriotic sours. a larga par. of tb? prograaMte haa also been ar tooKeti for ihe ap?ete] smusomsnl <?f ihe children joey whi b? treated among other thlngi to ? ????aere of ih- ii nocente." ihi "Innocent?" h Ins in?.'!?; ?"?;-" : '" '? Preeem th? rellow Kid and other miere-tin?; character?, and the "msssacring" to ?sn ?? m" ,1,irl!;K, ??"? ?fternopn ? moulted post? ?aa win appear, dress? I In Revolutionary Army all?? ? ?,-,,r;''K? *?"?_? ,0,d?*- >" ?*?? old-fa.hloned P-* ?"?cb be will disiribut?? to tb?.? comnany The?* mmOtMO wl.l be copi..?, of letter-? by \V."Vh1n?: ton, Jefferson and other distinguished people of by? gone tlm. ?. Amene those ?? ho hnve promised to be present nt the f?te li a ?.ir?.??? French contingent, including the French Consul, M. charpentier; Vicomte Rossolln, Mme. ?le Leger ?i?? la i.uerlviere and the Countess de Norl. These Invitations were sent In recognition of the services ef th,? French during the Revolutionary War. Which "1 don't think we half appreciate." Baya Mrs Berle. "We never would have ?rained our Independence without them, and my chapter heartily approves of the suggestion to make oc? tet er ll?, the anniversary of the Battle of Yorktown. a holiday, Bl a token of our gratitude, to France." Ti,-k? ts for the lawn pnriy. at $1 for adults and G0 r?nts for children, can be secured at the pate or at tii?? Hotel Normandie, or from any of th" ?ommlt tee, It is v.o; n, leasary to lie a "?Son" or "r>augh ler" to BOCUre them; any rltlzen will he wel.-nmo. The ground?? can be reached by the sixth or Nlnth ave. elevated to One-hundred-and-fif I y-flf th-?t. Katie cliff is nt One-hundred-iind-slxtieth-st. -*, /-???-?_?*?*? ?t? ?4-tJ. Letters hnve heen received from Miss Fannie Hellyer, Miss Florence Bcboen, Matti? E. Gam? mons, Mrs. S. V. White, I?. La Rone, Hattte Evans, ?Mrs. B. W. L. Miss Dorothy Bedford, Mrs. P. W. Marat?n and Miss F. I. S. Beautiful lilac? w>r.? received this morning from Mrs. C. A. Faac. appio blossoms from Mrs. W. H. V.. and lovely pensine, daisies, nasturtiums and lilies of the valley from Mrs. M. C. F. The (lowers will bo promptly distributed, and tho senders may know of the threat pleasure th.-v have conferred upon the re clpients. At tho request of Mrs. S. \. White, a T. B. S., pin has been sent to Miss Mamie Crouch, rf ?NO. IS Ashland Place, Brooklyn. The poem "Not Shut In" has been received from an un? known member; these word? have slready been printed In the Sunshine column, but the clipping will l,e f irwarded to ono of the new members. The beautiful composito picture cards ?ent by M. ? ?. have been forwarded to the little sister ?of A. K. Bhe is nine? years old. and one of the young <st members of th?.? T. S. S. The reader? will re? in, ml? r that her contribution was "Helen of Troy." The little poetess will please acknowledge !??, ? Ipt of cards. To the Pr. sldcnt-i'.eni ral of the T. S. 3.: Your column is eagerly sought for every morning, and we always lind something bright and cheerful. I will send you a selection. No doubt there are plenty like myeelf to have something to worry over, but the smallest tritle often gives the great? est anzi? ' THE SILK QUILT. If any on?? of your members would care for ? pattern for a rilk quilt 1 will be glad to send It, for one ear use (be emalleei piece, thereby using odd? and ends of ?Ilk and ends of neckties. 1 will send a tile, k showing hew they are kilned, and size for cutiim;. .md <?n rainy day? l generally employ :; nl fancy w>,rk ? * some kind. Neal sew?;?; is the main thing to observe in pat? tina a quilt i??ge:her. 1 havi sympathy for all Shut-Ins. and perhaps they find that Bome Ughi employment Ii better than bro ling over one'i afflictions, Ii occupied I f rg't _ll srorrle? In ? short time, l hope my selection la a suitable Initiai ? fee. Tours truly. F. I. s. MOTTO FOR EVERT LAY. "The world Is wide III Urn. and tide. And <;,? 1 r.- | li le. So do not hurry. "That man is blest Who does his ? ? bi And leaves the r'-c. S ? ?;?> i;,,( ? rry." These are words quoted by Dr. CharUs F. D^rns In ?? ?m "Peace." Vhai marvel of workera and prln,?.? of Christians ? xpr, - . ? ... truth and revealed the seere*. thu = . F ? s DIRECTION? FOR MAKING QUILT. The patchwork ?ample sent by Miss G. I. S. fur? nishes a beautiful way of utilizing ?,1k scraps. Tho cintro square should be of black silk or of the dark? II ? '?//'?#' ?Ut |??^| ?%?^ PRETTY PATCHWORK G')!'- SII.K QT'ILTS. est shade of ?Ilk use I, and the diamond? are of any pretty ?Ilk : rap? oa band. Th? pattern? ar?? mad? ..? atlft ? a-?? :.: ;, an I ibea ,!?? Hlb ?> ?oat* I ? paper pattern? cui from t???? paateb ard pattami THE SQUARE, liu; mamo.ni>. ' mm im THK TWO PATTERN! KBCBMAST. turn the edgt-? of the .? :k down and baste each one Into s beautifully aha_ed disown.- <_'_*e *__i_d l_ taken that the edae? are kept true. When ?-verni do?en of the nap. r pattern? are covered with the silk BOW them all together a? Indicated In the ?ketch. The paper lining? can be pulled out, only bavin*. the outel le diamond lined In order to keep the form? Ul shape until the quilt Itself I? ready to b* lined. MCA/3C HOLD tiik r.iRTvs-KYi: ?pineapple. The Inexpensive strawberry, or bird's eye, pine? apple is now In market. It Is not the proper va? riety for deaeefl or for preserving, but It makes a fair breakfast si lad and a good pie or puddlr.g, be? cause of it? suh-aeid flavor. One small "pine." which should not cost over five cents, Is sufficient for a pio ten Inches In diameter. THE PINEAPPLE PIE. Select ripe fruit and dig out the. rather deep eyes that give it the name of bird's-eye. Cut the pulp In ?mail slivers und mix half a cup of sugar with It. Some housekeepers prefer to tear the pineapple In ?hreds with a silver fork, and It Is always a mistake to cut any kind of pineapple With anything but silver. Put the pulp and sugar In a porce'.nln-llned kft:tle, and ?Mr for one minute. Line a. ten-inch tin pie plate with plain pastry, nil It with the prepared pineapple and cover it with nice puff paste. Bru.'li It over with the white of an egg. nnd bake from fifty to sixty minutes in a rather ?juick oven. Uee a pie plate at least an inch deep, with straight ?idea, rather than the shallow pie plates with eloping sides, which seem designed to allow the contents of the pia to escape on the oven bottom. Dredge tho pie with sugar when It Is baked, and set It back Into the oven until the sugar melts and forms a glaze over the crust. tutcm no. a. Another way to make this pie Is to stew the pine? apple for about tr?n minutes, when It will be tender. Bake the under crust, filling it with rice or appio ?sauce, until It Is done. After this, ?crape out the contents and put In the cooked pineapple, covering it with a merini;ii.> made of the whites of two eggs, three heaping tab'espoonfuls of sugar and the jirl???? of half a lemon. Bnko the p?o until the meringue Is done. It wl.l tako about fifteen min? utes In a slow oven, at the end of which time the meringue should be but delicately browned. AMBROSIA. An ordinary ambrosia consista of grnted coeoa nut. mixed either with sweet orange? or with pine? apples, pe* led and sliced In thin slices across the fruit. The oranges should bo freed from their seeds and the pineapple of its core. Put a layer of the fruit in the bottom of a preserve dish, then sprlnklo sugar over it and add a layer of grated co.-e.mu?. Continue In the same manner until the I dish Is full; then drelq-e the top thlekly with sugar 1 and set It In th" oven long enough to melt tho ? sugar. When lr ts cold SOI It en th?? lee to be~om? ; thoroughly chilled. Blip It carefully la the pyramidal shape ef "the hollowed dish it was made In onto a lew crys? ,i dessert platter, nnd serve It with whipped ? r? am. Sometimes both orange and pineapple are used, and sometimes a little sherry' or maraschino Is added to the layers of fruit. ??? ordinary :hree-pint bowl makes ,a good form In which to prepare ambrosia, nnd It can easily be slipped from such a dish onto a dessert platter by sin,ply loosening It, invrtlng the platter over It and then turning th? two ??,-r together nnd lifting off the b iwl This simple preparation of fruit nnd ooeonnut may bo made m?ire ornamental by surrounding It with a wreath of Whipped cream. This recipe is given In response to a special request frc-m a reader of Household Talks. WOMA X'S PA (?K A PPRECIA TFD. To the Editor of The Tribune. Sir: The ehnnge made In the position of The Only Womrn's Page, us suggested, |e more than satis? factory to myself, ? trust it win be permanent M. L. ? . Member of tho T. s. s. To tho Editor of The Tribune. Sir: The Tribune patterns I find most acceptable to my friends as well r.s myself, and would like to know If there will be patterns ?oon of bathlnj suits for children, so they can be made at home. I tried the Scripture e.ake. altering tho quantity; and will Bend my idea of Its construction, which I think Is much better. Th?? articles on Mothers' Congress have Interested me greatly. Hoping tho Woman's Page may long continue, I am truly yours, E. M. V. New-York City. -a GENERAL HIGH CAMEROS" S TOiX. Heavy showers lnterfer??d with the usual at? tendance at the West End Club yesterday, but those present thoroughly enjoyed the parer of Bertha Welby on "The Naturo ar.d Meaning of Patriotism." The best definition of this quality WSJ said to be that of Bolingbroke, that "Patriot? ism must bo founded on great principles, supported by great virtues." Particular emphasis was laid on the mother's Influence In moiling the charac? ters of men. The speaker thought that General cirant proved his greatneee in his speeches for pea?e and arbitration :is much as In warfare. The discuss;,.!! was participated In tv Misi Phillips, Mr.-. C. Irwin, Misa Moore snd Mrs, C, s. Robinson. '1rs. j. Piere?, d,-lined patriotism as the union of, those qualities whlcb make g.? citizenship, help? ing to creat?.? tho greatest good to the greatest num? ber. Mi.-s Emily Waters, of Syracuse, was a guest, ns was also General Hugh Cameron, of Kansas, a unique chara iter, who Is making a patriotic pll grlmage en foot through the country. His face is ? . r-'r..-n ?. ri. bis hair Ion?? and pr.iy, and, 88 be his mad?? a vow not to cut It until his sister can vot?-. ?*, ?. braided on one Bide and carefully arrangisi In a rosette. He wears the Kansas badge- a graaabopper over th?? National This eccentric character reached Washington In time for the Inauguration, climbed the monument, and writ? a speech for the D, A. B.'s. whl,-h they declined to use, and therefore nre. he says, teo aristocratic to suit Ids democratic ideas. He visited the Washington monuments at Baiti? ire;.? and Princeton, attended tbe exercises ,it Philadelphia and win remain *n thla dt? till th unveiling of tr.? Peter Cooper monument. When asked why he came to the women'? ?? liticai clubs. hi replied tbat "he should vlsll all organisation? Interested in th?? elevation of women and th.>n ?eq icol elevation of man." The Suffrage Assoda? tlon win receive special attention from him. Next week it Is expected thai Coli nel Waring, of th- Street Cleaning Department, will sp-ak before ::.?- club. TBE SHUT-IS SOCIETY. Th? quarterly meeting of the Shut-in Society was holt yesterday morning al th?? Home of the Friend? less ani Female Ouardlan Boclety, no. M Eaat Ti.lrtioth-st. Th? object of ?he society, which Is not generally understood, |g to roach the "abut? Ins." or those confined to tlie house from Illness, for the purpose of giving spiritual but not material as rrtsta ice. This I? a**compl_bed by bringing them Into tou?h with each otlier throuph on lnt.-r of 1? -::era or Ideas, of pip. rs, books, etc., t>y means of th? Correspondence Committee ami the mags? zlno. "The Open Window," th? orsan of tho so? ciety. There are about fourteen humlred members and some eight hundred a?JSOClate member?. As yesterday*? meeting wa? a business one, re? ports Wl re ral and plans discussed for the summer w.irk. Mrs. I.. Hsstinn Arnold presided. The r.-port ,-f Ml?? Mary 11 idley, Mcretary nnd tr??.,- irer, ?howed the s.-t.-l? ty to be In a prosperous ??bndltlon Several Intereatlng ie;t?rs from mem? bers wero read, one auggestlng the format! in of a visiting committee to Inaure ayatemstlc \? !?- :?i t! ?? Invalid ;.;? mix ?.- The officer? arc a.? fill,.we: Mr>. J M. I? Conklln, honorary prealdent, No. 317 Bummer-sve,, Newark, ? J ; Mrs. I. Hasting? Ar? nold prealdent, No US Hlcka-at., Brooklyn, N. V; Mlaa Mary Hamilton Hadley, ?ecretery and treas? urer No '.'? Lincoln-it., New-Haven, Conn.; Mrs. C T. Buxton. Editor ?rf "The Open window," No. 8 Perry-et., Morrlstown. ? ..'. vice-presidents?Ml?? I.. 8. Appleton. So, M East Thirtieth-.?., New-York City?New-York, New-Jei ey, Delaware and Mary? lai ;, Mlaa H. ?"? Wetmar*. No. tot Weet Seventy New-York City Maaaachuaetta, Connecti? cut and R! ??? laland; Mlaa Mary Hitchcock, Han? over N i! Ma ne, New-Hampahlre and Vermont: M. i_ ? I Btone, No. IU North Plfth-at., Read? ing I'eim -Pennaylvanla, Virginia and Ohio; Mrs. 11. G in-, ?SVh? ,? ?n, III, -Illlnola. Indiana. Michigan, Wlaconaln and Minnesota; Mi.-s Adi ? li Hopkln?. No. 1.977 ?'"ra Place, St Louis. Mo. Mls ,,...]?? Arfcsnsas. Kansas Nebraska, Iowa, and \ -? : ? Uh Dakota; Mrs Lucius Baker, Fresno, ?'il Pacific Coaal Btstea; ??^- Juli.? R. Dalch, No. LUI Eleventh-at.. ? w. Waahlngton, j, ,? ?Southern ? talee; Mlaa ?.izze- Howard, No. I _7 ;? Toroi ' ida and : irelgn ?unirli __,_._, ir??:,!?- theee, there aro ? number of !?*<?.??? au? . member? ??f tbe rarlous commit- , :,.,.: , r B :j not In any way con? nected urn Tn? Tribun? Sunshine Society, although ? iti memi ? d? : U? - im -_f-, AMERICAS PCRITY ALLIANCE. Tho Bae uive ("ommittee of the American Purity , Aliai:??? bold ? meeting yeaterday afternoon in th?- I'nlted charities Building. A DMssags of fra? ternal gn ting to tho forthcoming National Chris? tian EOdeavOT Cnvcntl-jn. to bo held In San Kran- ? was adopted, a ?otter from Mrs Josephine ? I I? nt of the International 1 ?,-partine Usiuuiore? A LECTURER FROM ICELAND. MME. SIGRIDR E. IIAOZfUMOM TALKS OM THE LIFE OF WILLIAM MORRIS. A r.RIKF OUTLINE OF TUE WORK OF THK tttMJP MIOI! BCafOrjt, IN P'l-ll.AND?Kt'ND.** NI'.KDRD. Mme. Magnussen'? lecture on "The Home and Social Life of William M?*rrK" Riven las; night at i the P.erkel.-y Lyceum, wa? well attended and proved most enjoyable. Mme. Magnussen appeared In h-r native Icelandic costume, and, as ?Mr. ?Morris had HIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. Reykjavik. Iceland. taken two long trips through Iceland, the lecture Included some iiuen-ttine. Information about that lit? tle-known country. One of the sketches shows the priest's house at Thlnsvalla. Where the poet w.? a guest for a lon_ time. ThtngraUa Is the most MRS. aCAGNUSeON In the Costume Known ns the Church Drr^t of Iceland. famous spot in Iceland, es it is the piac? where the Thlnp-, or Parlliment. met for hundreds of years, ar.d where the country was declared a republic in the year aja. The pr? sent capital of I,??-land Is Reykjavik, Srhl -h Is also shown in the large long buUdlng. In the background la the Latin College, It provides a splendid education for boys, and efter graduating from It they can go either the Thi igi al or ?Medical colleges ia Reykjavik, or to the university at Copenhagen: but the country haa entirely negl to make any such provision for girls. Hence Mm? Hagnueeon's preeence In this country. Sir- has , itlful collection of Icelandic ornamen ?, which she wish??? to dispose of for the benefit of her coun? trywomen, and on the advice of alias Francis Wil? lard she brought them here, afoot of them vain?.? ?7 G 1'; " I,??*1*''-*** -/t?!a?59??G Tin: PRIER*! HOUSE ?? thingvalla. ICELAND. Into her possession as the result of two terrible ? calamities that befell ? ? ?:.i tri 187S and 1882, th.? crops and fisheries being destroyed, firs: I y ?. eruption, and again by masses of floating lee Which came down from the ?forth and blocked the cos the northeast and northwest. The sUsnd eras saved from starvation by th- aid of the Klag and people of Penmark, and by the elTort* of Mm,?. Magnussen and h<T husband, who started a ret!.?: fund in Eng? ?and. but many of the women were compelled, In I their great need, to part uith th"ir ernameats, ? REYKJAVIK, CAPITAL OP [CELAXD I cherished h-lr-oms Ot centurie?. Th?-? brv.r-h Sen, to Mme lUgnumon. aaklng her ... d^OMOl th.-m in EngUnd md wherever she .??*??*. ?te boughi them herself. Intending te gire them to Iceland, either te th? ?tii rauesum tha dsuahtsra of the aromen who aoM then U bui ihe haa ->?'? ttecld? ? thai abe in .. torhtt ,. into by aellteg them and Um money te aeeompltoh lb? lesln t?f bef hi trt, namely, the pwrtaloe nf suitable educattona. ???? portunltlea for the girla cf Iceland, With tbe h-ip of her English friends, and under Mm patronage ol tbe Klug of ?Denmark and the Princesa of Wales. Mm?? Magnusoon baa airead) , , ,.... ,? trtetlag ?? high school building ai Reykjavik, and In keepteg H in operation <?n.? year ???,? -'.?'?iire.i tbe basi teachers, and arranged ? eur rieulum Including, beide?? tho common branches, sewing cooking, Boyd, history, atagtag, Kngllsh. Danish, literature aed eaBathenle?, At the end of a year funda failed and tho school ha,? to be closed. This was several ?..mi's 100, and. although Mm? MiiKiiuason ha- been d.-votln? all her time to Its Interests, she Iras been unalAt to rOOpCS It. Her lecture last night WH ?Ivon ?0C Ibi? object, nn.l 0? Ua conclualon ?he told tho audience what ab? was trying to do. She had been aaked, ahe added, why ?he appealed to America Instead of to Kngland, but she b??;_ed them to remember that England had done all that had been accomplished a? y-t, ?md all that could reasonably be expected of her. Mrs. Russell Sage, under whose pat*'0'1'1'''* *he lecture was given, has become much Interested SB Mme. Ma^nu-son and her work, and has received I the following; letter on thu subje-t, which she wishes to hav?? published: Pear Mrs. Sage: I duly I Stair? ei your letter of I Apr.! 10 on my ml??icn tr:p to the Weet, and I shall : be mos; happy, us far as my knowledge ,,limite, to tb, statements of alme, Magnusson. rhe High Schjoi for Olrls?"Vina Mlnnl"?waa huit and founned by Mine, M tgnus-on and her frani.?. Mme. Magna.-;?,m has wuik-d h..:d for the ( ?? ol her country, and. i???!-? fully .1 ?piilnt.d nr work through Ufe, 1 caa state tn.: she. ) d ?erv<? ::.?? name <>f heroine. She has had to con [ t-:. ? srlth and aurmount difficult.???, ?au I by the , pposltlon or some of her countrymen, even of the I .- is; class, who In time toc?me ???? feel ashamed of the.r malice She had the ?chool worked cue yi .: w:;h ihe b<st ttache-?, ????? getting ?n the r,8l yd" teachlni from Sweden, and pr?.?.- ? in.?: ? ero Id givi wild edu atlon to young women; hut on luni ' srani of fun La she could not k<? ? ir go ng. Bhe la trying now to reopen It, and is making this a life work, ?rhich I hop?? Ood ?rill blesa. The ptet? ure of the building I? true and ex.? Regarding the ornamente o:' Mrs. Magnuason's eel? , l knjw personally thai sosas of them are genuine, ar.d l fully believe her statements as to th?? acquiring of tbe remainder, as she i? loved and . - ? ? m? ! by every ? ? r ?< reon la I ?elan ? v..-? whom she has com ? i.i contact. Th- statement ?>f her husband's and h? r own work In isslstlng Iceland in Its difficulties is true, _ni their names will be blessed In futur? time In the snnala of Iceland, In spite of undeservi i :.n..:y and opp iltl p ol som? contending parries. I am eery happy to see from your '?????r that you feel interested in Mrs. Magnusson's seti ? ,?, aad con? ? Il a sirjn of hope to her- life wish to get the .'roll id' ar.,1 on, not for her name. Lint for I her loving..?) j-!. aid n,y ?iah and prayer la that our God will blese her and those that ;:i ..ry was ? it her in her noble endeavors I ahall always be ready to give you Information aboul [cela 1, as far aa ? can. If wanted, being well acquainted with It ivlng travelled ov.-r the whole country, with my beet Christian wishes, vonrt nio-t respectfully. ?DDUR V orSLAS? ?N, Icelandic Minis;.?.- and mlaslonary In Manitoba ar.d ? VV. ?'-rriro.-v. Canada. Icelandic River Poet? ? fl ??. Lak ? w.iir.ip. ??, Manltol a. ? WHERE WOMEN HAVE A VOICE. THI PREMIER OF NEW ZEALAND Aft ADVOCATE OP FEMALE BUnrtAOE?EXPERIENCES i.v Big COL'NTRT. In Richard John Beddon, ?Premier of New-Zea? land, the advo itea of ?* man luffrage bave ? ?turdy champion. In Mr. Beddon'a far-away Island homo, women vote, and the Premier of the tiir, o Islanda In the Boutb Pacific aaya thai hli part of the world la better for thla fact Mr. s? lion, ac? companied by lii- wife and daughters, la to siil for ? i ,?.?) the Cunard Line to-day, h.-'.r.g the ape? rial repreaentatlve of New-Zealand ai the Qoeen'a Jubilee? On account of th?? disagreeable weather yesterday, he passed the time in hia rooms at the Waldorf, and received a few caller?. There la aomethtng about the Premier, In his rugged phy? si.|U.? and heavy feature?, that recalls Lord i bury. Ho is a true Briton, and ?pressed himself as much plessed with tbe cordial ?rays and freedom f this rountrj When th ? questi >n of woman'? suffrage waa .,?,] Mr. Beddon grew Interested. an?l said ?o far aa it went In his own country, he had found .' ' ; ": :. auccesa. "When the mat? ...r WM urei I." continued the Premier, ??I was lomewhal diffident ind doubtful about g-o ?:, ? with it. It was an unknown quantity, and I hardly knew srl u to ?y ? ?w thai we hav.? \ pr ,,?;; ,? demonstr iti ?n of It, I am ra ire than con? vinced thai II Is ? g ?d Idea." ,____,?, "Do you nnd thai aromen make good omciais? '.-.??.1 "Well you aee," anawered the Premier, "women .,ro it ? ' The? are eligible '. ', ; . ? ', g* ?, md ? ? vari ?ua boards. We find them ot great aaaistan?3e in depurtm nta involving charltlee, prison work and such lines. They ere entlou? officers, arid In many placea tr.? un loubi dlj better equipped for the work thaa n.-n woll 1 be tn n?,? same placea" ?Do the) :ak-.m iftivi Interi it In politica? ??y.-s ind?.-i. They ar- ?.,,; al .ill diffident about that. I think thai fui:.? ? at of -a- aromen d t?, V..I- cast their ?? ul us at the last ?lec? tion." ?Do th?) affiliate readllj srlth th?? parties snd rote .,? principle ? they rote f ?r on because ihey like hla face, or n gainai another :>. ?:,. \ ,? ?n'l like tie? ? ?? ?? ??( als necktie?" was naked further . , , _, , Tii- Premier laughed ia ;.?? aald: "l dont think ,?. ,, ,,.,- ,;.,,] feeling !? fai ?a much ;>> ?l? wltb the i/ote? of the \. ? ? li does with the votes of the men. Th? ? are Btralgbtforward and c-onecten? tlous In this, and VOU ? G? : ? dlOUl ? THE SACBED III ART JUBILEE. Many more ?tdtors were entertained yeateeiday, the ssosnj ?lay "' the Juotl.tebrattoa al the Convent of th?* Bacred Heart, la Manhattan? ville. At 1'? O'elOCk \-st-rla;. mornln,? a .? d .?riiu high mu?s whs celebrate I In the chapel by 1,1 hop Karl??) In the afternoon th.? pupils nere entertained in th.? ?choolroom, arhleh nad been transformed Into a theatre, by in- alumna? This morning Hlahop Montea de Oea, of Ban Luis PotosL Mexico will e-i- brate a solemn higo ma?? of reoulem In tho chapel In memory of dead pupil? 0f the convent. A PEEP AT THE MARKET. The market yesterday had s large assortment ei fin?? California cherries,. Trout and North Rlvei shad are still high In price. Vegetables and poultry fluctuate a cent or tao dally. POULTRY In the game stall Philadelphia white aouabe Mil for |3 25 a dozen; dark squabs. $2 a dozen; large yellow-leu snip,?. *e SO a dozen; tame pigeons, $'. 50 a dozm; irjua?l. ? a dozen; Kngllsh snip??. $3 a dozen; golden plover, U'.tt a dozen; grass plover. $2 50 a dozen: b!,i?kblrds. 10 cents a dozen; rodhead ducks, $3V) a pair; eanvnsbaok ducks, $5 a pair; roasting pigs, 12 5?) each; reedblrds, Il a dozon. Kngllsh pheasants, *B|| a pair; German pariridgon, $1 a pair; woodcocks. $1 25 a pair; ptarmigan, tt n, pair; partridges, t; ?"-" ? pair; prairie ebiekeM and ?rouse. $.' a pair; Vermont ko.-so, frozen. 1<5 cents a pound: lionton goslings. 2) cent??; wild mongrel gofse. H cents; Vermont turkey.??. IR cents; roasting turkeys, M cents; boiling turkeys, ll cents; Pnlladel phla fowl, Ii cents; f>;ate fowl. 12 conrs; saiid fowl, M cents; venison, ?"> cents; FhllB?g>l|*?hll ? -apone. 23 ??r,!.-; Western capons. 18 confa; Philadelphia spring roasting chicheas, ? o<?.?,r?: Siate ??pring roasting ? hl?:<-r.s, || cent?; sprint: ducklings, 2-s ?"nt?; Ver? mont docks, iroz.-n. is f.-ntr-; f'iill .?!e!,,hia broilers. $175 a pair, and S'ate broilers. $1 a pair. ps?rr. Ir. the fruit line Olifornl.? cherries soil fr.r to a box; Porto Rico pln?-upple.?. ?V? cents e.ic'.i. sweet bitter marmalade oranges. 40 cents a dozen; limes, 25 cents a dozer.; G??.??, 15 sent? a pound: grog? fruit, II to 2.", ,,-?a.? aach, or ti" a hundred; dat? -. M cent? a pound; mandarin ?rani*??. Il rents a dozen; Mal? aga grapee, ? eent? ?? pound, na?.?.?? pineapples, 15 to ?j cents each, Easter I'.-ijrr?. pear.'. M c?nt? u donan; bananas. M cent? ? loon?; winter nelila peurs, ??? cents a dozen: strawberries, l?? to 30 cente a quart or $1 to IS a er.it.?; eoeeosmta, ri cents esch, or $7 a buadredi Ca|aOPba urap's. 2", cents a pound; WhltO crapes. $7 to It? ? k'K; navel nrnnil, OS cents a ?,,-? ?. California navel '-rai.?*, ???? .ente a dozen and .?.', a box; California t.id oranges, to cents a ?'. ?? p and Vi a box. M ? I ? ,'awha orangea, 20 Mata a dosen; lemona, U conti ? ?loaen, ,ir..i tua year*? ?r-.p et maple sugar, i? ..ents a pound. vkoktallks. in ths vsg?it ii'.?? market eavlMewer Mtta from 2*> to .V) cents a. head; soup celery. I ? < Ml I :?unch; table celery. ?".? cents to $1 50 a bunch; < rgpUat, 15 eenta ? ecb; herbs, IS eenta 1 doasn: U tura. 7 cent? a head, mushrooms. .?> ? ? St? ? po:in?l; oyete? plant, 15 c-nts each: parsley, I cent.- ? bunch; pumpkins, 2', cent? each; roma.? sslsd, I eenta a .?-.?!. rad? ishes. 2 ?ents a bunch; rhubarb, I? ?tenta ? buncn; kale, ? eenta . peek; white squash, 1". cents esch; yellow? ?quash, 12 eenta e? h: ??paragua, to ??.?? ? bunch; n?rw berta, I cents a bunch; carrots, I cent.-? a bunch; watercress, ?"> canta a bunch; mm'. ?? cents u bum !.. ni w green onion?, * cent? ?? bunch; strin^ beans, I cent? .?. nusrt; cranberrtes, 12 ?enta a quart; ? orn salad. ? <?<???? a quart; cl lecory. ? cer.ts d: dandelion sal?d, ;? cents ? ?pi.r?; re?l. white en?l savoy cabbttge, W ?en's a headj evi. white and ydlow onions, 12 eenta a quart; new potato??-, ii cents ? quart; ??'???? potai ?-, ?"? 1 ? nt? a quart; sweet |.otat?,.-s. s cents a quart; **ucuawon M ents each; nr.-.n pees. . ??. and ?pina? ...?>?? nta e (u ?rt. PUR. In tho gab atalia large live Iahet??- eaO for 11 cen'.s g pound; North River rie ?hai. to .-ont? e_ch; bucks, 35 cent? each. North ?'ai ?l.r.i ro? .?1. *0 cents each, and bucks. 1s cents; fre^ ? -,?-??? trou:, i?. r.-nts a pound; whltt Heb, M iti white bait. 11 cents; white perch, it cent?; crab m?.at. 30 cent?; crswflsh, ?; 1 . 11 lr< I; frogs' l .??. H cents a pound: prawns, ?51 H ? gallon; (had r< to, II cents a pair; soil eraba. M a dosen; green tir?.?. 12 eenta a pound; large bass, 12 ente medium baas. 111 ???nt/; blueflsh, l" ??'?r.ts; !..?-.? Island ? . I ? i hrj-lc trout, 15 ce.-.t? a pound. Canada brook treat; to conte; wild brook trou;. SO nts msrb ? 1 i:'.?h. ? : Uve codfish, ??? cent?; eels, 12 cents; il?>unders, )> cor.?.?; flukes, I cent?; i.tt?e?? freeh ?r.l Spanish mackerel -". and "'? cent? each; haddo ?. I cena a pound; obicken halibut, li ,?? nta; Southern km^fl-ih. nta: 8 sheepshead, 1* cent?; ?aluun, ? cents, and pompano, II cents a piund. WHERE TO 00 TODAY. A mus!,?.??.; festival as a beneSt to Mrs. Eleanor Gardner will bo given at Killing's ?'asino, < ?n?vhun drod-and-fltty-Btzth-st, and St. Ar.iis-.ive.. at 1 oviock to-day The celebration of the golden jublieo of the AOOtm emy Mount St. Vincent will begin to-day at 10:**) Tho annual meeting and etectlon of offlcers cf the National League of Mineral Pslntera win bo held to-.lay st the studio of Mrs. W. l'r:> s:m_n. The annuii reunion of the associate alumnse of Pack, r Collegiate Institut?? will be held in the gym nasium of the school to-day. and will make ths tifty-first anniversary of the founding cf tha Insti? tute. The pprlns reunion of the Asso.-l.ito Alumni of the Normal ?', llega vili bo held this afternoon st S O'clock Bt the college, I'ark-ave. and Sixty? tltjhih-st. -? ? SI SDAY SCHOOLS ANNIVERSARY. The Wesc Kn?l Presbyterian Church. Amste.-dam nve. an?l Ono-hundrsd-snd-flfth-St., will to-m,?rrow, Monday and Tuesday celebrate ths tenth anniver? sary of th?? organization of its .Su;; |ay?acb00Ji At 11 o'clock to-morrow the pastor, the Rev. Dr. John BalCOm Shaw, Will preach an anniversary sermon. ar. i at 3 .?'clack the Sunday-schools of tho church avili unit? in ? aervtee, a: which the ???. ??.-. Henry T. McBwen, of the Fourteenth Srr-.-t i'r, abytarto_ Church, will deliver an addr??-.?. On Monday avo?? Ing a pa!?;:,: meo;in?i arili ???? held, at which many ,f thos?? who were present at the dedicatory servies Mav ll, lf*7, will sp.-ak. Tuesday th? teachsra of 1 - ... la will give a reception to all former work? ers tn th?? ? .:. I.. ? -- rhool. The school from Which the present ?arse and ag ?jreaaive eh irch ha? irown \>.n begun In a modest fcori igst? '? Iron, at the Houle vard and One-hundred-snd-fourth-si. At the flrst . ,? n ther? wer? present aeventy-aeven iiersons. ? ie church 1 is at preaent ? memberehlp roll of i.25d. .,,. 1 ?,.. ? ad . riao: a roll of nearly eleven hua ?? i._. ov HOUSEHOLD ECONOMICE? Tho Housebold Kconomi,? Assoeiatloa beM Um last meeting of tbe season at Ko. M Carnegie Bal yee terdS) afternoon, ani a gcodly r? pr.'S.n'.atlon of , ' rt] meni ur? ?a? ,r.al Mi-s Parsons, of tha Yoaltsra laatituto, apoke ef the work accam? pltshed la 1 ?"?? - "'" ?*: tl,3; ?e??00? *nl mg) ..: 1 ?given te the tot tory gW? by establishing classe? In cooking and LWWlng. A labor bureau in conn?c? p >n with '-??? institution b?aa supplied tho h.ghar t:- idea ? ' Ind latilal w ?rko.-s. but has nor introduced oomeatlc lervlce r*nctory girls, so trained, make the best housekeepers. M ra ?ewc nub Aleaander echoed tho sor-.tlment of beroM nurae, who thought it would |??? a good thing for m rvants 11 r.ik?? .1 diploma and w<?ar g neat unl fi nn. which would no: IntsrfSr? w::h t.v.e:r ?e'.f-re ?I set. Mr?. \v. Ihaller admitted thai dogmatic adeaee ?? a study had noi sa,?.????de I at Vassar. and .1 had also been attempted at \V< ?U-sl? y, '., ?: wira in,'r?.aa?)4 knowtedge rr? true traina would be approda ?; Mlaa B. to iDjruerite Llndley snoke on the food naskers' relation to posterity, and said that the real home-maker was mor?* than a hoii????:??';.? r. is ah? considered the ?inlronment of the home in Pa bear? Ing on healtb and happiness. Cooking ?x;,??r's cou'4 explain proper fo de, bul if the atomach naa not m : 1 on to assimilare, the food la Ol no use. B. .:->.?. ? . |(e w , ?id Increase tbe stjy.ni? powers of r ?? American woman, wh 1 ihonld ;?.?\?t know [a n ?me nursing nnd emergency work should ?ughi In th? aaao rlatlon. Mrs. J. <?. Tansley, treasuror. urgo.j th.? necessity ? s .inng life memb?'rs at $.*? tutth. Th- plan of next v.-ar ? rk will be lectuiea for m?-mn?*re on, the Bret Ft let ol ? ich mmth. resinning in Oc to? ber. Third Pridsys ? II be pabllc ,-.in.'er-n.?es witi? noi d -,?? ikera Mlaa Vf, ?. Dunn ?j.? appointai a comm e to viali sen.;??.s in tha inter???: , \ djmea r. ? -? :. ?? Tbia esaoclatlon will have July 15 as ?t? day at Pont of Woods, when Mrs. Terhuno will lecture on "TO "Is." -?-. WOMEN TEACHERS AMONO THE MORMONS. In addition to tb? r?;ru'..?r ani,aal .?:;-.; ly meeting of the Woman's K\. tuti\?? Commi 11 <0 held at maona, ImL, yaotorday, mppieeaoatary m.etings : aapeeiel tetsreat win t.k.? ?dace to.,;.iy. Tue?. day nnd Wednesday afternoons. One of ths most Interesting facts which has be. ? brought to litfht during this meeting is that th? ?? me Musio-n haa sent to the following t.ivw?? m L'tnh nn.l Idaho women as tes'here .,n>.>:;?.; the Mormons An.,,?., ? I?'? rk Miss Panni.? T;.;,l.?r. Krlghim Mrs. ?V I?; Sullivan rind Ml-s ?aroivn H Sullivan'? Kphrslm, Miss l_ura ll. Wt?ik. l-'airs ? w M ?? ? I.. M??-!ai,? and Mis^ s j Or ay; QunnUc? Mr? M M. Qraen and Mi-s ? Oreen; Kayavllle MUa ? ? 1'.?.?.-??: Logan (New-Jersey Academy) Mi?a 1; M Bammons, Misa s. ?Sutherland, Misa I I* DeOn rr. Mlaa ? A. Dunham. Mis? .\ I. lUymond and M,ss 11 Jensen; Manti. Miss L)()la A WlU?? Mendon, Mr* w. R. Campbell: Monroe, Miss tot (.???kma?\: Mount ??? n.-ai.t (Wosstch Acadeenvl O?*orge M. M-rsnail. Mix 8. I. ??, I _ sa E C Herr?n, ??-?? I.. ? Allison, Mies M ll.'llvmeaarayi Nt uhi. Viola Kelly; Parowan, Mise L ^ M, Mon' u-.ti and m;sh j Curtis: Payaon. Ml ? A to IpeaE? ir'.t'i ami Mrs W. S Smith; 1 '!?--? -.. rjt ?'.rose Mlu Klorence Taylor; Richtleld, Mis? Maggi? O. .Vylllsi Balli ?. M?- !.. U Perley ard M las H Walker? Bmlthdeld, Mtas O. M Reed; Salt Lake (Coll?st_ta Institute), R. J. ?????key, l N Smith. Ml?, a f Hulburd. Mi s a ?* Zorbaugb and Miss ? ?." Smith; Salt Lake (Home), Mi-s Anta ?. Murphy: Bprtncvtlle ?llun?;?'rft>r?l A. .i.lriiv, ?. ???* o Oat?*? Mlaa Margaret Nelson, Miss ? ?' Stalker and Misa W?*rJ .?i"_S?: G.' _*_F_ Mrs (i M? ??my; W.1?SV?I-? M.ss Maggie Roberts. Idaho?Melad City. Miss I onrflth and Miss B. C Johnson; Montpeller, M Us L. K. Leonard and Misa M. Crowell; I'm?, Miss Matti? White; Samarla. Miss Anna Noble.