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HOW NEWS I? BOMETIMEfl OFFERED AND ?BOaiETIMES REFUSED ?HOI l.r> TOt SO QlsU-fl DIUMX WINE AT D1?CNER8 AM? I'ANi '??..*.'--rAXOERS O? A MlF'""X m ACTION LEIN'i I't'T ON mon BPiRrra It is th? fi?-hlon Just now to abuse the papers for the publicity given to evi the so-called personal comments made on I happenings, v.h;.<? reportera are spoken ? :' a? "a race w Ideratlon and srlthoui If the Inntr hist irj of whal la ci were written, however, these m?ich-mali>rn??d mea ?rid women WOU ?who mak.? the ?greatest ado about having ??prtvaca?.?' ns they call It, Invaded are ?? who tb-asnstlves bava furnished -.-tails, and In many cas- s have aven written the art',, . - to regular news verde.- ? A prominent society worn i n in Ne?--York, who talked loudly ?r.d oft? "Impertinence" of the reportera hsd on th? I a Isrgs nnd elsborate dinner dan-- : In th?? morn? ing, as eras her custom, aha waa "interview. her own request, by a woman reporter, ?Mra S was. as usual, a? suavity and grariouanass. "If you will come again Ulla afternoon.'' sha .all finally, "before I dr?-ss. || will give me much pleas? ure to show yon tho decorations of the table, arl Way own gown, which 1 am expecting every m<'m?:;t fc. .-i"1*. TT^i^J?SCXUm^/ W1N1OW PR? ITECTOR. from tag ?" When the rrjwrter ar? rived In the afternoon Mrs. B happened to I?? enssK'-d with a ?iarttor, snd tha former !?? i? ar a novice In her prod hi B Myiag at the sime lime to the .-?er,. n was expected. The m< age and tha telltali were dellv? red, the felt, somewhat Whereu) w-10 was a woman lltti I to cope with emergencies, took the bull by the horns. "Show th? young peison up. lames," she *?''. Is deep, commanding i - I Then to hei guest, "1 am thankful for this opportunity to spesk s i ? a of rr.y mind," snd when lbs teprecatlng and timid little ?'(..ir ... appeared at th?) door she exclaimed, t., ?ra-ftc utterance, to th? tatter's bewildered astonishment, "I? there no privacy In our lives' No ?cape from these Can 1 r.ot even give a quiet little entertainment wlth out ?being o\?'iu\ by i?r?or;ers ?nd made of for tha curiousT' And so she went on, aril givlnp Misa A. lime te aay a word. The latter was. however, qui k-wltted; she began to stand the situation, and si,e fended, moreover, that the great lady atrtually winked at her, and when Mrs. IS. paused to tako breath alia had already taken her < ne. "I am very sorry.'' aaid she. apologetically. "Ton know it is my profession; it is disagreeable for me to Intrude, ?nd of eOUTse, 1 do not know how p-o p!e leel about It Soma? do no*, mind. I hope you will pardon my intrusion." "I know It 1? not ITOUr fault." sntd Mrs S , ap? parently ?joftenlnK. 'bur please remember In fut,ire that I dj not l;ke thsl sort of thing. G??o i after? noon." And a. the young woman disappeared, "I sm afraid I was ?rather ..ros. to the poor thing, but really aucli people ahould have s lesson" But when her visitor depart? i aha ?sat down aril wrote an ?apology to th? clever >o>tn?; woman who .iad ?helped her oat ol what .he called a dlfftV-lty. AK Wl ?1E1 BACH OTHER. "I)on't you dread people ?ffl-o me.r.der on In long drawn-out deiaii about then- own ?r-anc-erns?" ex? claimed Mrs. Eg* "1 ?at next to Mr I.an?-w?HSs at the Us' dinner last night, and I never was so bored', a clover aaliMra'?ag1st la bad ssjough, but a atupld cne 1. ur.e:idi:rau.t-. His whole conversa* tlon consihted or ?elaborate saplanatteas of tn. why and the wherefore of iin'mporiant events and nip penln*?? t;, M.? own faaail] Her listener luiighed to himself, for he had Just A. Simonson, ?3.1 U'waj, Slat & 2*2<1 St?. HAIR GOODS of every possible ?descrip? tion, an unusual fine quality ! and superior work? manship 1 HAIR DRESSING, , ,;,' , rh?/lt?, b> ?ssllglaa artla's t?*-*jualad In ?hi-lr pi ' HAIR ORNAMENTS, ^y^aTSTA. ? laav? hai-a, j?ir ap*<-laity. -4. Mino^noraj, IC3 CHOAUWAY BUR a.?;;? ? BTB ToimaUu? call, MOI 18th 8u . _1 ? e from his club, where he had happened I Mr. Lrai'Kw? Ulg. 'I am .'.- going to Mrs Ego's," he had ai ai , "won't ) O'J com? along?" "Mercy!" v\ ia the answer. "I sat next to - a! ;. a Cs last evening, i am aura ?lie must be talked out aa far .is was on? ateady stream about h and her family, from soup t.. coffee I asaur I < ild not gel In a wot ! edgeways!" "Did you heat ti a; Ja i; IV. had married ag i frien is. ? frail looking utile wh .. ? ? tii" ?hado? of hla ?tout i ' irtlons, looked "k? a pigmy, lady fair la a widow, I am told," he continued lous of the parallelism, "who la as tall ? and welgha considerably over two t with Jack, who Is a man i- they ?ay, Irresistibly funny." "il'1 '? Il mu t be;" | ild his compra ? "Yea." tittered the little man. "and th? ami pari of it la thai Jack ia serenely unconscloi ? cannot fall to n ? a? proud as a peacock." W1XK FOR TOUNO GIRLS? I youni piris a' dinner.? tnk<? champagn ? ?c lal question - relative to l?buti which has been more or 1er* disc isaed this wl and Mra Orundy has decided thai it i.? In b form ti refuse the sparkling beverage, not bee any barm In taking a pia?? ?it dinnt 01 that there is any r?Hi danger of spectlr.g i luni woman taking mora than II ; of unkind orr.i>:sm w be to its Influence unusually hits'h %\ or the nati r?i extrav igant gayety of excit.-d y< "Of coursas. If you are Known never to t? win? " laid u woman of the world, admonishing ? -, "yo i . an be aa f ill of fun and froll you choose, and no one will criticise natural spirits, and even what you would call larklnes? make you popular, but If it la once augg '? l Ihe Jollines? la heightened by champagne at per c. remark I have often heard made, by way, ?l certain girl?) yoj will be always U to misconstruction." "The facl of th? matter Is," ?aid an old c man and friend of the fair ly, who waa list?! to this exhortation, "you girl? get tipsy any ?on excitement late houi and perhapa twirling around ?ike so many whirligig? u 1 had bettei no! add champagn? to the Hat. I h women al ri lal? dance, who I k had noi , ? ' . ,i a tiling, ?how all tha aigna t Intoxication r a! ibi what would called so ii. .i y ung man aimllarly affected -gll looking eyes excited demeanor, meaning spei i, etc of course, an old stager Ilka my ? how easily .. ?ensltlv? natur? may overea omltai is of a ballroom - heal thi atmosphere, the unwonted excltenrv But young men are not bo reaaonable, and i girl .ii ink ?? aha is api to talk, bo mi dear child, thai you mother saya and let wine aJot G< ?LD PLATINO THE RAOE, ?:'v. ?? i;, : be | Ii ? r? to b? faehlona thing must have a coating of gold, and g all of 1er brushes, combs, min and other to arl lea to be plated with ? meta For the table, also, ? ,. ; ?;. er cri." Vegetable dishes, soup tureen, fc bon dishes and ?ven th? forks and s] be "Ga . I, ... .. right, yellow, hard and co er. at :. ? evei sllver-gllt. Bren the little ell . ng-room tablea and on ? changing their hue. Phot? gr n, ibi I i all I? r] io ho tashloa able. - ? guiar K ondlka fever thai I is ^* the Mldaa touch l? eateeme? l not a ? ai -, b) the servant?, ? ho ; easier to k? -p bri .. ... ? mel il, while the lew? Hers .i. ? ? irveat. The foi m? : dis f,,r" gll irer-gllt artl tie? h is given p! ?o th? i :/? for (hem which waa alwaya area pe than i I le of th? ? ater But, ti r> la not goi.i. neither la law? i a- a (?ertaln gran : to her cost the other d iv when look val labia ruby pendant, one of her wedd ,,i. nts. to ? ? r s to I?- ' "I wain oil" of 'i use r ibles to ne set In a r ? irroui dod with in nds." she ? ??plain ?j i man lo >k< ?1 at the ston? ??Do you think they are worth it?" be asked, I lath a j. "What do you mean""' exclaimed ihn woman ; afraid ' h? s ild, "thai tb?y ?re not lh? fin The owner of the Jewel? tool at him ?a Ith scorn In her ?i i a. "I should Ilk? lo ?c? Mr. B ," she demand mentioning one of th? hea is of the esiabllshmc young man, lo'.king relieved, hastened to < hlef "This gentleman." she ' egan, in great ?rra "evidently does nol know hla business. Th rubles were given to m? by s connoisseur In jew? who told me at the tima that they were rema ? ? ? ? "1 in. ifrald thty are, Mra, X " snid the k??< eyed expert, aa he examined tl". ruble?; "reraai t h a t I a In I i r fi am ?orrv to tell you, ar? nol real I wl submit.?*! to the teats for your own satlafactl but I fear then Is no ?loubt thai you ha be*n ileoolvcd." And bo ll proved; for year? ? ..-; ?ind ahown her remarkably, fine rubi nave*' dreaming thai they were other than th ?eeaned '.<> be and what had been repres? her. And non n question 1? troi.bdng ? r Did I donor know tha true worth of r.is gift, ? ought ah? iiuw to mil him of ihr dlaro? i "l hav? some sapphire? thai I would like to ha re.rt inarod In some way " ?aid a aroman who w proud of her Jewel?, "but I positive!) do nol dai I got them lit n bargain In Pari* and th? idea l. ? ? urred to me. Who! if Ihey shou i n real? And yel i paid for them sucb a -um th I canie * make up my mind to fa a th? owe,.very the* should prove to bo ful?" In a caa? Ilk? should . all it folly to be wlee!" WlNI.'iW BCRKBN. In Frame they liave a slmide arrange nient f? th?a windows In winter, which i? both ?Jeeorath and aaeful, and which might ba a?lopted in Am??r caa country houaea with advantage, it u call? u window ?creen, and conslat? of a padde elongai d aq tara i f velrei oi aatla elth? a.luln or decorated with 'inbroM. rv which I I In front <?f the lower huh ol a wli (i..\v ?.. keep out the draugbta n la h?M I pku.e bj mean? of small ring?, oovared with " ' '?'? ' fastena ou ?mall hook bcti w?d mi ? a. 'trina" of the wli flow ? if coun afl ids ? pi.. : (unity for < h ?free?.? in the way of needlework, panieuiuriy ,. there la no Meat and tear, aa in in?, ease i loi ?.i tr>i.i cloth ?o thai ih>- moel delleal ell ts ma) I out and the bris?? bla? ? gir? i eald? - . to a i nom w hlch In wlnte weata Ii n ? attractlvi ? TOBOS TO FAVORS WOMEN. The firs! woma. hold tha office of preal n th? Toroi to ? ? ttgn E ?:?-. roi U.n : Ml "?? i IVIgi i.;. who ?us unanimous!) an enthualaal i .... tu>n o alia '1- la Id a f| .? .'. .; ? ,,,? ?,., form. i. -?. r< tarar for the Union, an offi? ?? ah? bel for three years, doing th?- work to faithfully tha not a dissenting volco waa heard flow tho clgli thousand m?<n.b?ra. W A\ A r as ART IN DENVER ?SCHOOLS. A f-Hl'isTUA.-? NEW8PAPTBH NUMBE? PUBLISHED TO ?RAISE THE ?NIKES? BARY ITM'S W..P.K Of "TUT. ItOCKf Mnl A'TUN' NFWS" ? I 1)09 ?'I BAKED, AM? \I,t. TO UK SPENT ON ri'T! RES in order to ralae money to buy for the public Bchoola of I'mhv ? worka i ' arl with which to dec? orate lh" buildings and cultivate In tha mtnda of 1 do youtha ,i true and high appreciation of art. the Denver Woman's Club took posseiwlon of "Th- Rock) Mountain Neu laturday, De? cember 13, and brought oui the Chrlatmaa number, which la Ian ind fulleal Issues ever f?.-n in the Bt ite. it if i wide nine-column sheet, of proportionate length, nmi with prof use cuta Tho ilr**t pag. repn I he cho il children of 11 receiving i;lfts of pointings ;ird itatunry, and ?>n the l.i-i page la n ?'roup ol - representing the work of po?no of Denvei I known women smona wh mar? H ? iw Hayden, Ida de : "ti Cherrjf an,I .Mm,- !'??! lita Ma : . The managing ? lltor ,-. i - ?. inanimous requesct, Miss Mlnnl. Reynolds, j member of the Woman's chit? and -i newspaper womnn. Ml ? Reynold, la a native of Oi mge, N .'.. ? h rs 1er mother now liven. On? Istcr I it? ?" In the Orsnge High School; another, Misa Helen Reynolds, la s? retarj of the Organisation I'ommltl.f the Natlonsl Buffragi A ?? which has Its headquarters in the Worl I Bull II i?r. Accustomed Io n. wspaper work and to the routine of the editorial dcpnrtm nl Ml Minnie Reynold, enter? d upon the m?h of editing the great Christ* m.is numbci Id. tei m n ition to mak? it a a - ? r work i he \n\ i i BBsi.tsnce of Mi Mar? Holland Klnkald, known ss one ol i.???? m? - i mnetent new.pap r women In the country Ii w ? found thai o .-'iff of women could !?? oil? ted a io would coyer the local news of the dsy. Th - atsff was msde up of the following name Mis W M Klsller, Mi* B. 8. K<?hr. Prof?asor ?Ji re i: Palton, Mr* Frederick n< .-.-. Miss Virginia McMeehen, Mlas Clars Bnteh elder, Miss Clara Oro.smayei Mr- M. S Craw? ford. Mrs. C H .: ? - (?.on, Mr J T. Wallace, Mrs Robert .!. Colvman, Mrs. A. M. Welles, Mra A >'. Wile an I Mi Kord. A number of amateur, gave efllclenl ak and wrot?. art Idea so good thai n ?arv cutting to p. rmil ... ? newa io have a place .tecame i euro trial to the ed ? (Tort mnd" to have the entire paper made up by women, and any nralstance r? ndered b men In -'iny rapac ty w,.s gratefully received. The tastes, ne??d way a "f ni-.ii were n t Ignored, either, and aeveral ? ??;? giv. n up lo t!i??m t'ndcr the tl le M n'a Department." there were "Hint, to Married Men." "An !-. say on Man." in verse; '"I he Sew M in," ind "I for Men," so tha ? t he at? i n m wa not n< -? le? i. d. Prlsea had been offered In the schoola for a Christm i tory, md n <-.???? thai n ceived publlahed In thla inimt'? r. :,<? wer. Ian I i dosen boj a and ? the authors of the wtnnlng stories in th? schools, i ?lorado ?a ?m n have been among Ihe i acl vo it. efl ?? to ? ure offl lal recognition and h;i\.- profit, ? by the llbenl? ? I I en lh? .e are I ?? t: "?" ' he conduct of onlj ... v ?mai ind not me of t!, ?-? mo ? dceplj tlon or ad? -,..... at tl - Prei entlal el? etlon, made th? Ion tc Journey from Boston io Weatern i r:olo merely to ca.l the vot. allowed her A woman was for 1 re. yeara at th? read of edura* MINNIE J. REYNOLDS. Editor of tho Wotnan'a Chriatmaa number of "The 1'. t.ver News." tiotiHl affslrs In Denver, Mr?- ,\ J Peavey was the first woman toi elected Bt ite Superintendent of it truel lo - ? : - ' te Mbrnriai Bne ft;?-- been 1 . , Miss Ora e Espy Patton, the professor of Km-'' ? -. and Bo ido Agricul* i ? ? ?? ? . B. the an of 11. w ?men i thi r J. purtm? ha -. ?? been appoint. . ?unty .chool - iptrlntendent- aim*?.! t hrous ' ? Twentj -seven In all hat ? served in thla rapa til y durl and woi ppear ...-, nearl) every achool board in ? ' dorado, Ail the women", club, of Denver, which were apoken of at length aome w k? aa ins, were ol the powerful and eager asst.tanti of I In w om in Ul la Chi Istmaa Issue of the p ip. r, and I two entlr? pages de rotcd ??> new of t1- bowed how much their efforts were appreelsted Mrs Sit i!i ?- I'latl .- pr?.-s|?l?-nt of the Woman'? ? >s .: |j haa l:a departm? I x i d Litera? ture of 8 len??c and Philosophy, of Philanthropy i f Mom'-, of Education and of Music, with alii. orfl? era In charge ol ? ach The New Century Club haa ,i? its memben a omen of Ind t tl icht and action, Thi Colonial Dames and the Dauarhteri ,,f the R?volu ?? m ire organlx itlons lorn i ly A in- ? ? it, heroe w oi k- : - and ; loi ?? thei nd In t with ?arli ??? i r'a effort?? io itl m Thi Woman's It- I tl ? ??? ? - tlonal All? ;.!.?.??>- .1 I ; ng girl: of ? h>- rit . hat ???-. 8',,I have lio.ii ., I abroad ,ti many <> II ; ind ra laur. It would 1 ?tice to d? e to all tl thla big ? 'hrls; mai number of t"h< Korky Mountain Newi bu noi well re elved that re havi amounted to o ' aum will be a .? . . ? i of In thi ' to givs ? ,i, I one of thi ?Is a nrl . I ? .-.it a ' olli -tlon ? :?? Mis.? i: i work t .,.,,.. ,,i ,.; . ? ,,?1, a u, ii i ...., ? . ? intry k-?n erslly 1 ? nay be tskei of adding t. u.o fund requii d will i -, ? CLUBS AXD '?lirih' PROGRESS. The w'om,.!.'- i ? Cot ration of Boston Mas , Is busily enga I in ea ?-. publl? lni<?rf>'t in Its pi iposed v\,:k of Mtabllshlng ? clubhouse. The fundamental purpose Is ro hive i ?ultabls building sa a r? nti al rallj log platte for th? ?lub ?nteres! ' ' ? Btat? Boston ! ke ol er larg eitles, !???!? i'm- need of ? creditable .ng ., ? , meeting piare for women ind men who aie inter estsd In Inf. II? ?? ual, artist) . ph . in? ii pi bustnea . ... ilta i ii ent? rprlse is a largi ? d r? .? rtrea l4 libera smount of cspltal Itl ?ted thai the land sni .- I . I $300.000 The organisa) i ? ". >? i |. es ? -^1 to fair Interst to itr.<-s'o"-s. ; nucleua for the fund r?-'?s been I I ted arlth th? Uassachu etl I ai and Trusi Company, and thi ? ?' "?- ?it |S? ? i . ble ira fo iy i be din ? ... ? n ? h ,, ollowlna well-known ;.?I? Air? Julia v\.ir, How?-, president; Mra Is? ? , \ PotleT, first ? ? pr? aldenl Mi 111 Ivee I - ? i ?? oreal dent; Mlaa Plorenc? Everett, i ?rk. So i; r Doi he.t. t M ? ?imai da .\l I - ;.;? i in a Prsnkll . ? ' l iton Chapman, Mr. Mari h Cwnver* \? - Bailey Cran M ? Maria O Hill, Ml - Mary ?f Mrs. Hsra T. 8. 1 ' ? rsh B? ????' W Ind ? r .,1.1 Mi. Ka ? A university for women la r, be ea iblished si Toki'?. J..]mii Th? pian hsa the auppori ?o thi principal off ils and noble. s am ra and th? Kmperor snd Kmpi ? | ?,,,?,.. toward II It s . ? . ? ? .,, ,,,.. shoui .*i7;.? ? to m- . An affori lo u? ' i ,:. ? v,.?, v t , . .. - Woman - B illdlng , .. ?? i.... l'nlvei -11 > of Mi. m.- m i i n IB'.> md ROCIBTY. ? assartlBB 't lh. Ken fork Bran h of the Vaasai 81 ?'''? Md B. del) au h. Id yesterdaj ? ? woo . at i... horn, ?.f Mis K.th?. Hermum El WeBt rift) sixth al Mi II race il.,i reaident, failed lbs rateting morder Aftei 'Ii'- routine business had been l s ken up Mlaa Adi 1 i ' ?? i number ?.i a,,,,,, and lb? n M Helen i ? i,. ??> tiro? i, Vassal - V1.." J"." ," ? 1:??? !: ?lAlyat of .ir K'hay brofc. up ail ii o'clock. dev?nt>-nvs a otn.a war. torasauC S?tM??9?9??ft^??W^ ?5?> ?i ?) ?? ?"' ?1 I S ?i I Je ?i I Cleveland's Baking Powder does the work just right every time. That's why nil the leading Teachers of Cool use and recom id it. ?^?aaa^aVta^^ - "?-/?-,'?-;.-. THE DAY'S (Hiss I F. The B<araml Ahhedfi tai :' ?rill sp ik at " II Mi moi ial Ha No M M ul on ivs ?t | o'clock, on "Karma a? ga The BrooUyn Ethical A? oclatlon meeting a! the Pouch Mai loi i!..j evening, at 7:1 o'clock, will listen to an addr? ? on "The Bth i Edwin D Mead pn Id Ontui y ?'lull l'. ? ?? ;.. it..i Kdll >r of "The S< ??? - England M ig isln? Miss Vaughan Lewla ?.f h ? Pi po, mak??? a profession of taming hon* -'. ind d?a It ill a whip or rpur, The observance of the Russian f*hr1 ti is ? ' New Tear '.v..- made on Thumdaj i at the bom.- of Mme Neftel A number of young Russian w ?men and girl I d ? ? ? ? la ? i ind lug ii;,. i and cak s. M u'.v promli R of i Ington wer? imong ?rhom were noted the Rush! ? . . v-York friend? In view ol i ither gu< si pri -? nl w< re I? I, Mi ? i; h m v ? i llelol ??? Du Freni h ai d i- Pou? r A co- ? of ti n fr.?" leetui i rated by I be ir.v n " Louis.? Bol lend n at Prat? Institut? i Tnesd ly aftei Januar n to March TI gin tvli Ft.ii ?i0 II. ?'.. wl arhir?ii Ion down to The publi ?nd A Paris ?*oi "?' v '" 'at* ment i ha* Sarah It? fifty rive . ban I ? ?? was at thirty, a Terry. On Saturday, Jai ttor from Broa n l*i V Rad cliff? an i cues the qu In the present i ?? ? i i ?? ? At a rree- of the 1 ird of M ina t? i of the Bast En I Ch of Brooklyn, he: i on vV< dn< ?lay moi !'?? lerlck W v. I. Mi r. ?! : erl (Jullck offl :e at the en?i of tti of home lui o' oncers will he hel l on ihe ifteri ion of February S at the Long tal There are eighteen young Komen In the llomi - pathlc Training Class at the Homcxopathlc H In Buffs 0 The first of a series of brilliant entertainments will be giren by the Young Ladies' and Oentlemen'a I^eaxue thla afternoon it .'? o'< lock ai the M mti Home. One-hundred-and-thlrty-eighth-st. and the Crand Boulevard Borne of the best talent in tl ha* t*?:i enlisted, and an exceptionally fine gi imma of m ind recita , harlty ball ahlch Carnegie Hall Mai ?h 9 and ?on.%i Bupervlaion of Luden N Hoi ind more i.-..i. on? hundred aromen of the 1? ig ilrtady promi-?-.l t?i le - rm? patro ? ? ? ? SUNDAY SER] ICE IN CAIRO. Th? church accommodation f ? th? E ? sp.? ikli ,? p...; ... wh . rl?lt Egypt, says "Tl don Graphic," ha- not k. ;? ? increahir.r numbers who flock t'a- .... ?. i As a con??q i< a a ?enrl e : h< Id ? r .< morning In oi ?? of the large draa fJhealreh Pal ice. A i ... ry on? I I**-?? i d, thla very gorg? ou.a palace was t ill) bj Ismail Pacha and ua "CINDERELLA" PERFORM INCE. THE OPERETTA OPENED WITH ENTH? ?? ? l. \\ AS PERFORMED WITH SL'f'Cl - afi . m the re ret ta "< 'Inderella," I that th? perform i ..f mu. h of I ?? in? ri ,t M ' ;? i ? y v. and re .- ? to a ithdraw OANCE ANO BONO-"COME TO MY TEA PARTY." As ?,-;' sn by Cl n Inda De Co? i "C i." i. ... S ? ? - ap? ir.m. ... .1 ? . . large a gun and fternoon se? m? d bb ? - .". ii ni to ti; ike II ' i i house i .--? nt appeal wt nt up . . Hi tpproval < ? a il kind, sh the : ty story ?o deal . ? v<.". aj mpathlzed ? ? Bveryl thneaa ind in feet?; the order prei v.,,:..? rful w h? h H as as r? mem i bei ;: trained for the pai t ? divided Into con ? ? . i' g to ? ?? w ? r ? IIat In tho p< rf ind If Mr. ?'.? rry did f iTv nr-Tjf F. BOOSS & BRO. rtara aad M - ? sf FINE FURS Am: -, t Midwinter Sale of Balance of Their l-ar^e Stack Great Reductions Sealakin Coats. ?13.-, .,?,, ?pwairj Pera an ?' ?n--. - . , ?-.,. Senl t ollar, ii ..?. rl, I, II?,I?,, Beat. *'..". i...<| Bga ' ' ' "' ? Mil? M I lit ? ,,ll,ir. II.-,. ? -, . |^_ I Persian ? ?.iiiii-.-i?.?,. si? i,?,i a MliiL < lu??, r |.o;ia. si, ?,,,, |fl A spec I a ? l I . ONT: TfllKI) LE5S III \N 1)1 RINQ Till: BUSY SEASON, F. BOOSS & BRO. 449 Broadway. 28 Mercer St. <;? o l -? PARI, vri i,K. ?BOOM u\ii.i:i? <?\ MTU? .Ting. Shoes. ANNUAL MID-WINTER Clearing Sale < oiiiiiirit?-?"? .1.11111:11) loth. \ largo ? snd w ?!'.-. n *2.50, 3.00, 3.50 & 4.00 25^ io 50 from regular selling prices, n or?1< out ili" Un? i qti A large I Misses' dnd Children's Shoes, $1.00 and $1.25 Boys' and Youths' Shoes (Bu ? n ai Ladies' Colored Slippers and T?os ,V1 ..it 72 West 23d St. .1 BtlLLl WP sil DIO All I RNOOy Mr. and Mra -I " ?? i > ? v i ' ? - i i,??*-.!- I the rooms. A ? >? .- - , ? - i ? . (M \i?\Y MORXlXfl SERVICE IN THE UHEZIREH PALACE, CAIRO. i ? ?? t. apt ion and entei tatnrm ni ol : of th?? 8 si M th.. mill ' on 11" ??? ? to ruin I . id w?-re th? Pacha' ' ? ' i . i. i ure and earn? . i their gai lab colors arc not i i pr? ent-daj i 1 ? for Botn<< i there h. an the yell iw ? d??r???l ? liaii I. P to the ? 'hui i. ..i ii ?on ||/S> DOW, t I FTODI \ \. Mies ' 'on ella M. Do? fund ffii the pn bongs ?rill i S! -? VA Interea Nail?'n ll pi Mli I ? ' ll? S, i i aruina . of well kn?i? i ? i 11111 ? i . ? \, | boa, and i ils bon mi nia latei hl lov.iI m hit? i Ibbon? r h i liiRlii-ki esteem and r? i.ird ol n connected with Iba m.o. m? i.?, ind It I a . ..r ii..I agrei mem ?m, Mr* t'ar?. and at the i quest ol mi?-. \\ nurd that ana has acoastad tho foregoing trust. ?arisei Th<? n ? In Hi" w ? As It ? Lummis Mr. II ? . ;. i i. ?i m? m w. ? ? . .'.lie I' ' ,| ., ,: ' . Ml ?. J ? ? 11 I'r.k. i h. B. J. Yol ?' c ?'..i. .1 I. I! -. .. I i ; I A CI RFEW ORDIN l\TJ li l- 1.1. .i :? d thai the i if Ind lis, that passed i rfea pro hlbltlng children under fifteen from usii after a o'clock p m. In th? n s p in in the winter, ?.ii see thai ihn ordinance la enforced, bigarlnnlng with th.. new u?r. ?A Chrtatmas Memorj ! "'. \ - Hitty" IK mill" v.?, ?Ame. - ' X ' M I' a ' : ? ? ? ffPI\ VIVO -?" ? ? .J. 111.. M /?.. vor vi >?' "v ;r ? a doll i ? ild m.iku n