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OOWN <~>F PFARL fJRAY <"\\.^TTMERF. CLOTH.
Trls-.med w!'h hand* of fiir-ve?t and BBflb of rh ffon?valval hat and muff.
ADTHOKOF "THE BOWERS."
MRS. MACCOr.D QIVjM A TALK ON MER
RIMAN.
a wrttr who nmnoB "arvjflBflM t-n-otable axd
LT.A.Pl.K TV J-EASB bitdhvlt tk
LITCBARt ErTDRT"
Mrs Cbarlaa W. MdcCord ireve her a?yxvnd ralk
0. ;-. wrlttnga of rhe r..r.->m:iHnt authore of the
fiav' a: rh* Aatarta IBBtafday mornlng. Har.T
.... B m ^,k.? w?re the Bu^ertf
I Mrs Hfl r a nrter.dor. to tha bl I
. . j. ? tba I laakHa o* the day. Mr.
,.... .-,rv caj-eer as & Jourr.ftllst.
_ . . . - >????-" ehe -a '..? a rea'.'.rT r.f
rba aaalytloal ratbar thaa the aymtbatleali achooi.
?r3 flnda rr.uch ba bfl WTtttBga that r.ige*?-s
laa fcer&j wtth aa aa f OBBaanatth, Whfla tba
gKra rltJ mlshl aafe, "Wbal new aahjaot-aaatter
djet il - wrttafl grra aar the raadar is plaaaed
to Bad '.r. rhe sbara tata put before hlm counter
partt> ot per.: - "?"' and kr.own
DBaaaa aa **' aagatbaa aay aaHafanlaay ble*
BTaahaaal lata Mrs MaeOata appeuied to Mr.
yt:z - .----' tr.d baa raaataad from tum moat
:r.:err?v.-^ Bttera UvulgtnB much of hls :r.di
?MaaBty, wr.;-.v. bowavar, he hae eaid la for h*r
lr.fanr.^oc a ?r.e BB tbal ln lmpartl:.* ary of lt
?aa lacaared bsraalf :o tcal lik* a eblld with a
<??: rat ?:.e aagbl la irut could not, keep. A? Mr.
M'Jf.rr.ir Bttaeda coming '.j Amerlra r.ext 3?IB?
tambai tr.* Ivai la feax of the conseQ-encea of
0*aflBjhBj wbaa ahe kr.-.w Tr-.rough hls ebarao
?*r* tbb maa Ballka Btaaaiawteai aboara hU awa
fxnmMimMtr- rr* :a eevre ln hlfl Judrmmt and
UaotmaBl o< -woman aa voikert ln tha lltarary
Baat il ?r-!n?: them to be unstable and llahle to
Baaa lu }":> :?> ? ?? ?ffort or arabtt'.oii.
Mtb. BfaaCord ->v..-d M-rrlrnan ' a sentltive psy
ebaiagi i aaatra ' whlcb deflmuon, she *Hid.
aaaM I ?- 00 ' -' d -n ttr> dlr-tlonary. BOfl even the
med to her to b? aeacrtotrra of
... ....... . motto li to ft-?- tho world a.< 11
M tu, ? . :. - : ? -e on the suchr.ess of th!
- try to al: - _ ,..
' ^ ... . . ? were Mra. A H.
Mlaa Mary Proctor
? .. - -- ? ? Joeeph I* Daly, Mra. TJ Ullara
;;?'?.. ,r Mra i De Ver VVarner, Dr. and
?r Mra X W Blahop. Mra. C.
f i. v7arran, ragenl of the
apter of the D. A. R of Bi |
reorge 1 irryugha Torrey. Mra.
.... rter Le Duc Mra. Jefl
I?v.a m:m Davta MU B bettler Mlaa Cockcroft,
Mra Danlel Lamoot, Mra TMMs
? i-. rry MIm Campbell
..,r.. aa. thi Ri C W De Lyon N
-,- - 9,'arren Mn
reai eni I
<!?) m" b and o< thi W -
.. of Brldgeport; Mrs. i arrle B.
: -.? -. - ? - "'? K^rHm. Art,
- ?> Mra Arthur I'arron,
jjj, -.. Mn l ? ka ar.d Mrs :?>.?>?
rr.j-r v- - ' of X-w-R(-r- -
>jr. ?? . .:>? ?..:- evenlng I
tt> p- . -.f the Alumnw Ai
? .? ? ? .r. na.:. :r. PbUadolpbia, or. "Henryk
.- ? ? ? v z.'
_ -a
THB DATB Q088IP.
7> A roi - ? ''?>' Wffl hold Ra ar.nual meet
trz bi tl ? .-* ball of tha Maaaum of
M taral Hlatoi raath-at and Oaatral
Nrfe Waal tl raooa h'c:.-.:.!n?T at .1 o
Tr.e Rav :>r R Heber NewtOB will mak" an fi'l
cr-.~ n . ?. ate of faatben by arw
T:.e puUlc u- ? ????
Tr.e CMfl ar.d }?',:.? ical BojaaJtty I'n'.on of the
Ctt] Bf Baa ??? rl ?? I v ? I Ita Bral pubU i ? ? I I
b-. ;.-? ] . ? -. aad Ma
Oabaftan i a'doch Mra UlMa Devoraua
IBbBi v h:A addrefses will bt
aba Ka tord. Mn OBraa la k Ha d
ir? Mttk : rrletta A Kagraaf Reports af
rga the aJvancem-- I
??iartu af tht amplayaa af the elty, the
lha aamaj aaatlBg of the Aiaarlcan Aatl ra"
Baha am aaaal at B --?' v,'fe-t Flr: ? ' '
? . * ....... u . , Tbe *' ?? Bfti | ? aalaa
tiont | ? .. . ? ? ?
...... ??<;? Baral
Oraai ' .. ? v- * v\ard
? ? Qeneral Lew w>
" :-' ' ? ?? ::.
.
.\a. ... [,? | Iward p.
Scrlbner. Raatua B.
?ai Di . Hflua i-Ji.n K:.p.i-h
Mra. i aaa C. fl maa wl laetara this oaaatas
Bll , M BlOB Hall M ?>r.r-!^;rvdr.d
' ' '
arl . r ra rhe laal of aar a
. ,.f Mr- J..:.:t* ? Kl-.-.m. Ma
? thk BBoralBg
H--j Aiala Raakla. .??.-utioi.i.-t. aad Mlaa Aaaa
h. B*r!es of olx eiiter
... ... ? rl< rn Of Mr" K. A.
I :ie Min
pa t?H s
lha -v .. ,!'.-.h..-.i* wi.i Uatara at tba Motl
Hanof m M idlBoai-aaa,, tbla an
or; -j Prtaelpk "
Ti* BJelMi .:. will mett at Ilelmonlco^ thl.i
?hati rea "'? " ':ll5m''
a,-. ? ..,. ,,, ,... y M ... aaatta Btaia Padaratlaa
fl ? 1 BB-day At Atr.
"T . .. . . wtU he dh ad aa
I ?:?- I ? - B ra
Baa | -rhe Waata af Haaaaa I
ti,t r. Bpaaoai "Ti"
? infant l Ifi Dr La ira V Ma kl
I '
b N ?
l- ., ; , :\ .,x+ ot Anln
- ' Th* Ped
I ....... v. .r ? -;? r Tu* i ?
T.iM Club 01 Attle
Baa'a a. laa * oi tba Mj ta
aakauiDtotrl al at tba Charcbof aa?alBtar
I ? . ,_ . rt BiKi>t>-nr*t.st. oa l i
?v*^- K l . braary U, at 3:ii- araiaah. The gaaarai
? for eonatderatton win he ""What Has con
trtbated Moal ro Human Progresf"" Amonir other
Bpeakera, Mra Cornella Btewaii Roblnson wlll
apeak on "Waa tl ? a Coi trll itor Thla ls the
flrst evi nir.g me*-- ng thal 'he AlMance has held -
1. ? v made from mornlng In or<W
that men may atr. i I
Mr* John Ei'.iott Curran wlll lecture on "The
Prlmltlve liuatc of Chlna, Qreeca and Rusaia" this
mornlng, at the boma af Mra Dwlgbl Arnen Jones,
No. 11 VV'eat Flfty-thlr 1 I
John Oraham Pr.oka wi'.I arldreas the Ctvltaa
Club nnd its frlends this afternoon at 4 oV.oek. al
Aaaodti Pulton aad Bm_ ata-. Bjeoklyn.
irlll be "flbafteabory: BociaJ Sympathy
? irg.it ?
a gaaeral Baeottng of the Baatea BaatJaei councii
of Jewiah Women wlll be held this ev.-r.ing :n
B -ror. al Temple Ohabel 8f??*inuUB?on_J^LlX]
Mr- f M Bollea, of Provldence, R. I 1#wlll apeaa
oa "The Kvolutlon of the. Modern Jew.
The wotnen of the Bea CUff Llbrary Auilllary wl-1
, . i dramaa aatertalaaamt for the benent of tbe
-. , brmry thta evenlng The fa.rce "Thank Ooc-1
; the eurrenl expenaee of the nbrary.
Mlaa Kathleen Matbew wl'l talk or. "Teplea of the
1 ii?v" this afternoon at the home of Mrs. Dar.le! P^
1 Ine-rahem, a; the Btrathmore. Broadway and
1 Flrty-aei md-at. _
TBB arlll bo a speclal "day of serrtce" for the
Daachtera of the Ktag of th* Diocese of Lor.g Ial
and. The Mrvlcee artU be held at St CBaaaatB
. __?, b. ,k vn at 11 o'clock a BB.. anl at 8. 3 3U
;r\- i y*iTm Theee aervtcee have beea ar
; raaged ks a preparaMon for the Lenten season. and
1 are opcn to ihe publlc. i
Chaxie:. T. ''arke and Dr. Iaatao A. Horwich
' wlll lecture on "Industrtal Compeiltlon of Co-oper
? atlon" thla eve.ninar at the Educatlonal AJllance.
| No. 137 Eaat Rroadway. _
Tha meartiara of th* jamai^a rhautau^ua CtrcJe
' wlll anaw'.r to the rolleall this evenlng with ltems
? .-. Joatlntaa. Un. R- B aTrtgbi wlll read a
r on "Domeflt:- Llfe !r. Andent Rome." anl
? wll be a dlacuBBl n, opened by Mlaa C ara
Hurlbut, on the qraeetlon, "Are the preaent
da in thla rountrj' supenc>r to those of earlier
tlmea^" _
Mrs. Foster. the "Tombs Ange'.." wlll addreaa. the
1 Youtig People*a Mteetonary Aaaodatlon of Bt
! George's Church th'.s ever.ing ln the ehapel of th"
! Parlsh House. On Sunday mornlng M'.as Km-ry,
j of tbe BToman'a AaatUary, addrer-sed the a.?socia
! tlon on the work of the Laongford Meraorlal, the
Rev Mr '''!'? told of his work ln Chlna. and a
..- f the ?. ' preaented the .-laims of
.......... to whoae rellef a part ofttae
??-?.- of the Sunday-school wi.l be gi\en.
The Olrls' Friendly Foclety of Bt. George'e Church
I . be church with some flne llnen for
the com ? aervtca
Pr Bdnent aatong the eandldat** for preetdent
general of tbe Natlonal Bodety of the DauKhter*
. Atnei ?' Revolutlon ls Mrs Daniei Man
.. ' Albai i Mrs. Mannlng waa elected a vlce
.... . it tbe aal ngreaa, and is ther
Olllar Wltb the work of the Natlonai or
II lt aald thal ktra Levl P M ?? ?
tnJamlB L. Chnreb, of New-York; Mrs.
john W. 1 Mra Btephen J Plel
..r.d Mr.-. FTye, Mr- Palrbanka ar.d
a ea of thi Unl ? i Bl '? - B< r.ar^,
... . - . .; rt Mr ."? r ag*8 eandldacy.
Clara Bar enl of the Rei Croae Bodety
of Araerlca, aatb I from Tampa, Pla, for H
M ndaj nlght Mlaa Harton goes to mveetlgata
:. . Dfertng tbat i tlate i ?? on the lab
. . _ ?\i ? gn u ?? I 8] ea h, Miss
V ; .......... .: tbe cauee of hu
? ? .;. .- .: ii..,- .".- ' ? ?' BT whether
gpa . n proflted by bar * rk
The Boraea of rhe House of the c,oo<i Shepherd.
, m .. tedl aak ghrl le I ial Batarday
.-;...;, f D Honttngton The party
ptroned by the anperintendent, Mt.-s Lena
.. | -u; ? rtntl nd- nt, M:-^
Lirzie -..-. _
A Ruaalai t< and i de of ptetarea foi -he Hoiy
- M --^:'>n win I-" he'd to-day and to-morrow
at the home of atlaa M A. Latlmer, Be n
Ri lney-at Brooklyi B. Oal beln
..... ?-,-? ted are
E A Abbej 'l iml i >n w G br m, 'harlj - Dana
Gii.son. Howai e and W 1 Bn ? dli y. Thi
Wlll ? ? f: -iu JU/i. ?, ,...k;k in tbe atrTnoon
VBMAV CLUB of BBOOELTB.
Thi rearalai tfteiaoea meetlng of tbe Urbaa Clab
of nro.kiyn wi,.? !.- i yeeterdej al "?
Andrew J. Perry, Bo :*? flrat Plaei Mra
Biaan rae < I thi jrofrramme arltb a
TJnder the Itoee" Th- buHetJn of curreni
.... ?- a f.aturr of tvery B/tern i ?fl Biaetlng, waa
given by M:s.- 1 iwaw aad Mtss Jaae Dole Mlaa
Adrlenne Da Pevolae read I 'r.ter- stir.ar
; ,i t;.- "' 'onfctltutional Am.-radments," and
. twthorna gave a kei f the llfa of Chk f
? . aa tafeemal atacaaalea braogbt
tha aaaetl ?.- ta a ? ? aa
On Monday evenlng l^bruary 8, the ITrbaa
riut, trll gave i rge n ad eetartaln
B . . | . ..... ? ?-. ' Mlaa B ? Ha :?o Ben
.; othera
N iRJflXH TO OLOYB CLBAXERB.
_ . r . . haa uiaaarvad the palr af whlM kM
..... al ber bei ttfe - fea iapa
tham up as . a I ta fltrla who
,?k aa weUaa
; ,?'. K ,.:. - a r.n. llttle dgarette gtH. wh ?
.UPI>orta her orphaned brather and abnar latbe
. ... ?.ie for them ai Bo M Baat >'-,
,..:..K the bappy owner ef a palr at
. ., ,, .... dectded tbal ahe wouid take
? ba
- ? , r ?'? ?''''"
.loVea far ?vl laaal iour w?m to com*.
BEAL ELIZABETHAN RUFF&
NECKS OF rJOWNfl ARE (TT LOW, AND
PRONTfl OPBM OVER VESTS.
BKUtTl HAVE WAVEtJKK ROP.I f.r TBIMMIBOB
ast> ncflflp-aTiniflu roflflB or chn
tkasti:i> BATEBIAL
An oddly Bhapod little Jaehat, arhleh has nt.talned
vti^tie hy appaartag on aavaral waawa who are
kr.own Bar balag w*:i (araa "Ut. ta cut at the hot
tom In four pnlnta. or aoaUopa, one on each hlp
jutt a tttlla bolow th" walet, aad a aaepar
fron? aad hat-k, th* r>p*n'.r.i; betag ooooealed uadar
flat trlrr.mlntr at the >?!<!? . whl b r>;nt from the
Bbaaldar BOWB nround th* frort polnt. This R-lve*
a hiouse affad to the jaehat, anhl b ta pratty aad
extrerm-ly BtyM ia,
A bla^k broad<-Ioth cnsfimc of giaat slmpllrlty
and alaganee aaaaa ir. thta aray b ta th* jnrket rut
as already deocrlbad. the trlmmlnK UOUaattbaS of a
flat baaa baad f beaek atta; the tiKht-fittin?.
fllns-lrfl skirt of the bBaOb Ctotb a>.>iit a foot and a
half abOVO the ham is cut ir: a WBVB Im- aMghtly
? - ? -,p taJd aaar
a hand <-,f ! lai-k BBtlfl .it->:' .: fOOl daap, WBVBd llke
the cloth ,tt the top, cut Btratgbl at rhe botton
and Inserted ln a deep bam of tba broadcloth ?n
this black t. | . ?: on two flat : .rr.wer
hari'is nf the black braadetoth, ? ':??? wavad, but
altaraataly, wltb rt... ?... .?. and aJs<>
with f.a-h ???:.. r Thhi rjvea u hrtajular . rr?-t to
the satin. wblcl 1 gulsbed-looklaaj.
Ruffs are BaffOWlBg BBOra pTOBOUBOed. They no
longer Meem "llke old-f.i.-:-.:?.r.e*i ruffs," bal are ,
actually the | ?:.-..!:-.? tt.bag, and are hc-omlng to
flonre facee aad :!ir:r.s A newty Importad U'.ouse
wnlt-t, t<> weat va.-:. > | .- h .-kirt. B rt-ally ar. ex
c,-.j!?:r* creatlon ln p'.nk and y?-llnw tliangOBhlB silk;
th<. binti-.<-. :': ? ? ? !?- nf f,:.* aecordloa ph-ars.
ovar whlch, below the r* k ;?? a necklace of white
appltq ...?:?.?? than hli : .: '. the Beck
and dlmlnli -? tha wa'..-'.,
where the two end the belt. ta a
wirt-ii r.rf ol \\\. te ?.- .'.;?;:? tranaparent and llght
looklng, but atlll undei ? i ruff, covcrlng- nearly
half the hi ? he ba k
<>w-r ihe shnui.:. I . *.- ..tr?! epBBhBta of
tt.. Itlk, fl hlCl " ? as tO
atand atralght ? ae allk of I he ;ppf r
part ? ?' the aleeveo. I ? ll ?r- if
greeu vetvet. ? :.avinK "rabbttaf
ears" hangtng dowi ? ? kle.
I*OW-CUT OOWNBL
Eew pTe*i*nt-c ;. a ? re tbe rr.at*rlaj reach
Ing tt,* r bodtoea n st lavarlabty cut
more ai ? - w, arltl II ? rm nt of a differ
en; eotor. pnnu- ar* Bl ??;?? n down the frrint,
ahOWtag a strlp Uk- ? BJ al tti* n?ok, and
othere ar<- CUt sTalir; I Qd fas:*ned under
:?.. in | ? . tna i I paaeaek*
Mue po| ? ? I low to tba top of rhe
Bleovea and then < thi penlng betna
... ... ? ? a . rhli la I ?
over a fltti . whlti ??-. over the
neck ? ? ' froBt,
wbli h ta alao I ? all apptlcatlooa
of eraamn
The blouae ??: :?? blue poplln Ir Inreraected
wlth two rowi ' ... .i';ure ov*r
trblte aatli alao of tba
opening, | ? ' doyrn
and around the 1 ? ' "?' d< -1
opauletB of I i wlth rhe
aaa e api rhe aleavee
b a allght fu ind ara then.
Btted tlght to thi -1 *T*
...... . r ??? - f ha If-lB h
black hrntd, about ?? Itl ' ? sarr.e
brald edgea the k of t anO the ?l*-*s
o( the ?? aerl i li Itlrt to plala and
is trtmroed wlth . ? nta of Inter*
aaeted a e aatln ai whleh go all tha way
around the aklrt
T- .. pr*! ? ? -. of the
sam* eoloi fl Into vog^ie.
ar.d *??::.?? f tha '? v rftr_
rie.i out. Por Inal i prettj l wt pf two
shades of hellotrop, wtth front of
laifeta flathei f up and doa n.
This ls held dr.? ? ? ? .. ' valvat,
whfh also fo.-ra tl ff< ta Ifl out low
A BaeOfJBE WAIST TO BTBAR WTTH A BI*ACX
SKIRT.
n the n< -k aad tho na ' " " : ' '
^.::ar of th. - -
sred taff ta llke I
Ikirtta ? - , '
L-ut :.-i wlde ;- Inl ?? beiow wi
-?T'Rri.E VEL 'FTT EVENTNO CLOAK, LlWBD
WITH WHITE SATIN.
v , t. nVLg *ictr' ;?' ? ? '?? and held down
rtth lonar hoopa of brald w I e thi wn out ttke
hi tendrlli ''?? on
I.* ,.](;,? ..." ? ara flat ?
. , *?ta of the aklrt
tOXEY FOR TBE COLOXIAL CBILDREX.
Tba taflawli b raearvi
Ir Banann.
1,-honl ?:.- ': S'" ?"
:.- m? ? raaae
M :?: rj B
(.'." y. ma M '? Twenty
?
... .. ? In mi nt, I ?r
;.' r
,r ' t v ? ?: ?i -? B;
't; i- ? - - ? ' laea ( i I ? .
. i'r ? ? ? - - - -
?au ? ' ' ?'? ! '-?
r ? ? Iteratun ?
. ? ? , _
gXYOU TIOXAR. PICTX BBE.
Tba New-1 i Daasbtora af
ba Aaaarlean B BabaMtlaa,
t th* Avarj '??< ?
lon of H evolul ' '
rlgtaa] draarb ? ? - trataaa
r s tor ' '"*
jnnli 8 ln 8 ? . ? ? - u?
. o\' worl ' latraton
nd alao ol
'her vvlll r- r, .' on ? 8*. f?
Ba remali ?? ' '
Tl .? ? ? ?
,!?' II
niler the a ' ler of
S'ewliavei Hartl ri Vro\ len ? ind Portland
iat-r( pxnii planaad foi Baltlaiara BM
braahlnstea,
Juns^ifXjgciETY,
|>i daj
Laafvn
v kjK >-,. Bar* you ha*! a ktr-flneatahownT
'_ j jRl - Paaa It "n.
V^<? Twao aat atvea Bar yoa aionrj?
\> / Vi^v" ' Beea N ?
a, | /j Latt lt travel 1 4TB UM r?*r?.
/-a^fe;. L*t It wlr* an<.fr.cr'a tears.
Ti.l ln t,??m tt.? <ie?S api>e*rs?
Paaa It on.
Commnnl'-itlins have been reeelved from Mrs D.
R rTflfffff*?. 0 K. Taft. Ahhy I.. Wolts. M. R Bf.,
aflllla Merrl'r. J. Oim?ted. the P?v. Dr. Loekwocd,
Mrs. G. A. Thomas, Mrs. G F. Shr.idy, Jr., S. H
p., Mra m B McCleary aad H R
A"er it was annour.'-ed In the Sunshtne column of
Fer.ruari I that the (feograph!-al pu/.tle cnntnb
uted by Mrs CoddtagtOB was too ionjr for puhll
eatlon, rhe letr.rs ("im merr.her= asklng for a copy
her-ame so numerous that it has been found im
la to respond to rhem. The Prealdent-flen
erai, alwaya anxlous to do wharever wlll add ro
the pleaanra of the memhers. haa desMed to pab
liah "Th* Tour." at the earllest poasiMe dnte that
-;?-. 8 *'ll .>errnlt
A VF.l.I/iW AND WHITE FYMPHONT
The cuahlon oover, or dolly. IDoatrated 1? a veri
tabie symphony ln whlte and yellow, shading from
a canary *o a deep orange. Fnur hows of oran^e
rlbbon fasten the petal-liks leaves tojtether. tfvlng
a Callfornla p'ppy effe-t. This pretty de?lgn is
AFTEKH00H JOURXBT TO JAPAJT.
THE FROKP.EI. SOCIFTT VISITS THE EABT
IN SF.VKRAI. NEW WATB
Members of the Froebel Soclety of Brooklyn
yeaterday. under the dlrection of Mrs. A. E
Pahner, rhnlrman of the Commltte* on Art. took
an Imn-lnary Journey to Japan. and spent Mon?
day learning of the art snd ednrntlon of that
rjoailtry The walls of the aeademy were hun*
with Japaneae ptetnrea both the orlKlnal works
and reproducttons. the property of Mrs. V. I.
Shlnn. who opened the suhject for the afternoon
with a talk on "Japaneae Pietorlal Art." Mra.
Bhlnn sald:
"The eolored prlnts of Japan bear the same re
lation to the Jxpanese as do the palntlngs of our
srtlsts to us; they are thelr most serlous form of
art. T'ntl] the last three or four years. exceptlng
by the Fren.h. Japaneae art was llttle studled.
perhaps the (rreru?st authority on It In the We..*
hetr.ir Profeasor Edward Fenaloso. formerly of
Pratt Inatitute. Brooklyn. No doubt the Chlneae
hav? ex-rred tbe greatcst lnfluence on Japanes*
art. though the traces of the Greek whirh are oc
? tlty found in lt were Introduced by the mls
trlee from Indla.
"Th? mrxlern Japanese school rose ahout the
seventeenth century. and the character of tt waa
m;rh tffected by the overthrow of the then reign
Ir.ir house. and the rise of the so-ealled upstarts.
whleh deveioped n clasa known as artlsnn arrtst?.
Teddo was then the arttstle and soclal rentre of
Jr.p.m and prlnts comlni? from there affected the
manner- ar.d customs of the mlddle .-laas of the
who!? Ijlard. The maklng of these eolored prlnts
A TTDY MADE OP TETJ/)W AND WHTTE TrTREAP AND TRIMMED WTTH YET,I/>W
tha work of Mr*. A. OBflMaBBjtaB, FluBhlnf. Lon?
Island.
Pev Preeldent-Oeneral of th* T. 8 8: Th'_s
verse. wh!:h appeared !n rhe paper of Febniaxy t.
Go wir.f tby Btght from srar bB s:ar.
Ptwi wor'.d 'o lamlBOua wor'.d as far
A. v,., ..-.-..?-?.. ?preadi l Bamlng wall,
Take all the pleasuret of a:i rh* BPh?f08.
And multlply each through end ?/'*"*
r>ne mlnute of Heavea la wi rtb ?rn aii.
ir from the po*m of "Faradlaa aad tba ParV from
Thomae MOOfWa trory. "Latta Rookh " V*ry tru.y.
New-York -ity. * B TAFT.
Gop KMOWVTM Pi'ST
The rares of llfe sw'.ng: *:*h*r way
<m notaeleaa .-.inK*s nlirht and flay
Oaa er.:*rs throuRh the open lo.r.
On'- leavea ua to retura bo more.
At1 which la happ:er, whlch more b.est.
(Jod k-.oweth best.
We areet wlth eml>8 tba one who -^mes
Uk* aunahlne to our bearta an I riomee
aad reach ou? longtng hi i '- ?ntb taara
To hlm who ln hlt rlp- ni
Ooes e-ladly to hls heavenh n it
God knoweth best.
}Je a-:ards th* >rat*s W* need BOt dTBBd
Tb.- - ath theae little '? et ro ibi -
v r fear (?r I Im who fn-m our sight
p ... lgY ma of llght
ng care we reat,
i; i kr.owerh I esi
(Mary Wheaton Lynn.
Boat by Mrs Thomat B Morrta.
THB PRBBIDENTB IB BHTMB
Prom Tha Minne
i-'-a- Waahlngton, -h* trulj areat,
jror etgnt yeai ' atata:
Johl , netl then ? ? rson,
? ? ~ - - ? -.\ termi i ma w
?*? ?. -.- ? ? tl ? fl iBTOe,
rja h ??.. , termi aet ? fOM kr.ow.
Th^n J Q Ad ima aerva l four j
Then J for two tern i api
Vaa i ' V*aa-j
?' -
,. Taj ,r (txtoen n. >-rv- ? ??? way.
Flllmor'. the vlea. succ**ded hlm;
Th, ? . ?? ;. Lme ln.
?
rar but juat begui
?-. r*d IJnc..:- ? ted a *
.....
Then \ ???? Joi i ior the r
Then Orant, ta. ' imeth
NVx. H ....... thaa Q "
Boon fi ' '"? " ?
Tl bb Arthur
Y i ?:*v. ' ?? ?' *
n*n Harrti m tba boxI wa fl
The- ' ',:T1??
fleKli ' l?.
Th*
narh-'? ...,.
?ucceaalon of Preeldenta of l Btatea
Mva ceriMiittfl r. BTaita, Brooklyn Borougl
Mai a warm e aafort - Mra. Bbei
i | if Btaaaford, Coaa , aa ea for II
WU ta Morrltt ??' Bshraalenburg, X. J aefc
... f the falry atoi i Cno."
... , oi whlch ho hl
re _
A RPAl'lN'i PLtTB
A raJuable auga mea froi
- ; I X Y. ?
;.. t,T, .- . .,.,-.' ? ? ' ' ?
I from drculatlflg 11
? u> aaa aajra. "a readlm
ol twanty-slx mombera I - ? '? ' - ; ;
...:- ,:.i aeada tha tltle f book and
- ?
booka A 1
? ?? aa ia: B ? ;
booka . -
?*li lat Of tl
? v
... . .!.? ,,rr ? II
. -
nieniti^r wl
;. . ... - ? ? O al:
.-? if f:
. proaMent-Oaaeral of tba 1 H B: as my
. . .... ... Page
. tftu LH 1 HuBter, I 1
? ., nrood, of Ruth. X Y
, .>.,...?, .b* T B P coluinn. If th.
. ' ? ra membera tl H
? .. ; , BDWARDi
N . iv* . x- wart x 1
Mrs M ? BtoClary, bI Malana, B v. bai aaet
(Bar Btarapad aavalectaa, twa af which c0ntair.
aaauttfully palatad card* and rhe othera h*art
., ......d plnholdera for aatanUBea Each va ?
approprlate ver?e I ? 8 ? at l
. ? g| \ ,
lunflhlna ch
Anh.ir LaaBfl TIBBtaaa, Oaa N v. would
tke to esehaaga ahapBeata stamps with any m-m
? r WbO ta maki- ? Tbla li a |
eneflta
? .,.-.. B. I Klndl] ; .:?
>h in your dall Bobi i requeal for
,if ? p....!Ti called Hello! w.th th* naav ~t
ha author Truiy yaara A M fl
X*w Tork i'lty.
Can 8BJ Oitnitter lurnlaM ti.o veraea reauaaiaUl
has been generaJly untucceesful ln the Weet
The dea:a-n ;? flrst sk?tched with a brush on trans
parer.r paper ar,d fasiened face dowr. on a hlock
of wood The r)n*'.gn is then foilowed with a sharp
knlfe, thu- deatroylng the artlst's copy; the paper
? next dampened. aad ln dampenlng lt to just the
rtghl learee iies th? sklil of the worker. and with
th? hsr.d ir ls ther. r'ibbed In'o the wood."
il-. Bhlm Hnlahed by aeytng rhat what we
d from Japaneae art was that a really great
srt n-.iarhr rzls< r.ased on standarda of beauty dlf
. ie we Inherlted ar.d approved.
B ? Bve-n ll ite papers follow-i The Sehools of
Jl : b) Mra Ju!la Hal'ork, "Internal Daco
rationa of J. ineae Homea hy Mrs. R. Tsylor.
ine*4 Bronsea and .'an-ings.'' by Mrs. c.
and Clotaonnd. by Mrv R. W.
:?? Japaneae Pondneea for Flowers."
by M ?s E Hollr, and "Japaneae Muslc." by Mrs.
1. ?' rl Muslc by Mrs. Grearory brough' the
mi tl e to a loae
| '? Man h 1 ln aJd Of the Froebe! Buildlng Fund.
rloffner '.Vood arlll read from Georare
Ellot'l - Oypar" in the Surr.!ay-s<-b.ool room
of th- .; uri b A buslness meeMng of the
soejety wiil be held on February 91, 'he r.i-xt af'er
r.oon meetlr.g to be held Marefi 7.
THEY WILL MEETAT XEWORLEAX8
CLUBB AND LSAOTJBB WILL DIBCDH IM
PORTAMT Points IN JOUBBAL
I8TIC WOBB
The Internatlonal League of Pre** <"uhs wlll hoH
Its elghth nnnual conventlon at N'ew-Orleans on
.iry ::, IS. 19 ar.d 20. when It wiil b* enter
ffaw flrlaana Preas ciuh. The Qor
f thi ;..-JaTue has he! 1 several meet
tet year at the rooma of tbe Mew
Vork Pi ?"???? -=:xth-st. Three w aaea
are noembera of thla Board rta Mra Haryet Hoit
? ? . of tbe N"ew-Y..rk W< -.'. u b Praaa cjUb;
Mrs. Marian I.one'- I '? BOgbue, Of tbe r...ag-u?
of Amer w Pea Woman, ef Waahtagtea, an.i
pla Bayard, of the Plttsburg Woman's
Pr ta Club.
Board meetlnga of rhe year rhe con
ia been revlaed ar l other lmportant work
has t ????r. aci.-ompllshed. At the conventlon to be
heid in Bew-Orleana the foiiowing topiea wlll ba
" ?
al ?!? partmeni of the
.... mprovementa, etc.
! Leavli pa ;;nd human- as
I, doea It | . i;.er t i
? ' "*e rime.
r ? ;re eonvhnlons of
ruai ; .-. ? | ? a--e of
v. w ?
there no "rre.it edltors" now? Are
: ge i. nu well a*
?
L Ca . b paper expe.-.
a ? ?' and Influenee of a i.ir'i
o.-j;
-.d ?ec
? - thelr af
' I ' -er- are :
I
1 An - to ordlnary ma'ter of any prae
?
? Ip or hlnder In Journalism?
' I musl - ? , -r,a" be
the mornlng aft<r a flrst per
ronnari e* I- it f.nr to ar'is'. auihor or
? ' ? ?.< ? ?- 'a rw>rareen
.
ttrat
f gi ttlng ?' nporary let
polltical out omea. cnn the
; ?? tlcal ::,rlu- nc.
of .. ? - ng type?
lat ny aense, a dub country, and arewa
i ? . . ,|
? ? -:need.
ph Howard, Jr . la prealdenl of the i>agtie
BB ! H W B i ii ;?* s r. ? iry.
TBJBUTE TO HBBLLA.n
; w i: . i, aho are in the hablt of tiavelllna
on the Huda.-,n Rlv.-r road. and who have mlsse.l
:> the falthful. kind and ur.a-?-.flalng w.ima.n
wh.. far i ? aara bad patlentry perfonaed ai'
the dutles f.i'.iint to her sh.tre ?? nir.jl at the Hud
aon Rtver aralttaajwreeeaa of the Grand CentraJ Bta
? ? -a:.; regret t. know thal l3aUa*> baa paase.i
<t\ | -.?.<? was s;ek or.iy a f?* daya Peaatbtj
: -,v r.:.* BByth i -' Of i' lla'fl lif- . a. ,|;t|. ,!,,?> r,n.
know cf tbe ' i ? loaUed aaaal
.-?.. bu-'iinc worM One bewaaaa, u>
ander peeellar clrcumatancea, "Betla" h*;
4 v,-r own a Htary aad beveaved
. trtbnte to her gotag benee
Beallatna ,i* greaU horrow ahe waa bearlriK
. . ..-., ? ? .r? ahe bad been falthfully doing h.-r
i tlng, 1 .-an bu- rej ilce thal
,- Eve, when io many mothera through
i were naerry w:th thelr i::tie ones
Bwahea wltb r.^i o?n in the
?
-*
FOB THF RUBT BALL FUBD.
The Natlonal Tralnlnat Bfabeel for the Woman's
kmarj Boclety of the Merhodist Epis
Cburch, at Waablngton, ha* <-ome to the
? t arhlch enlargement haa become a ne esalty
tO gather the funds aa rapidly
_ . ereet an adlitlonal bulidtng, to be
,. |; H Hali ln honor of Mr* Ellsabeth I.
tbe flrst and BB to this tlme the onlv OOtTB
r. ? ,ri f the Bodety Thla laehool af
C not >nlj to mlsaionarlee for the home
? aee There la now
. . Invested Ir, leaconesaea homea und.r
f the t lety, am! over one hurulred and
..re in tcttve aervice. A large
urnber of Indnatrtal homee are alao conducted by
Ve te, iet> in the rjouth. ln New-Mexlco, Alaaka
ju oiber paru of tbe oountry. I
aatHBiai inf ili ilaM
DBAMA AND DBAMATI8T8.
AKA WF.H.STKK WARP TKI.I.S WHO DfD MOST
TO IPHOl.P THK BMOLiBB PI.AY8.
"Knjrllsh Prama and Draaattatl DartBfl tba R*B
toratlon" affnrdcd the them* for Mlss A la Wf.->?ter
Ward'B flfth tootara yesterday afternoon at the
home of Mrs JaSbBfl ?/. PhaOl MBt, No 2 OlMBBffCf
Park QBrtSfl B Bjalah but comprthrnsive r*-ume
of the effects of the Revoliitlon and Prot'-.-r rar? on
the ??player-folk." who found their 8C*BpatBBg BO
BBTlaaaly lnterfered wlth. Mlsa BTaad -<H.d tna- It waa
owlnit to the fact that few new piajs BOBld BB p'O
duced th?t some of the old orios were pri-?'r\ ed
for ut.
The piayara aaakjad to iiv*. bataai tbaaMataaa ta
"drolls," taklng pmall blt* of old comedles and re
dresairc thrrn to rafl the BBCBa08B. These ir !le
rorresp.-tn )? 1 to the vaudevllle of the pre>*nt day
Sir William Davenant was the man wi." dld n:?at
towarl aphaMBaS rhe drama. The *on nf a \ . '.
he was st;!'. a BBvBttST of DBValtofB, and no- at all
avaraa to ht- .-nn?idfr*i the aaa of Bbal aamaaaj,
IFbaa Cbarlaa n came back from rraaea he
hroujrht some plays wlth hlm whlch Wi ra ? f
purer thar. tha BhagllBB B h> B t:.e Ihaatraa were
op*ne.l, however. it a 1-? ' .:.'. thar the Frc; M
piays . mM aai I'? appi prlai n aaiad ?? t^e
prlmltlve ?ay In whlch th<-y ha I B"
fore the it, i lutloB, aad la the first play By sir
John Bu k'.'.y.g Bcenery waa Introduced Chla ?aa
also the rlr-t appearanct ol aomen permaneni -. at
mem era of thi Ira m l The flrat I
acter taken by a noraan aaa P - I 1081,
h.it the nam?. .f ?-.. plarer baa been il Booa
a'rt-r thta tbe Comedy of Mannt-r- ara ad
hy Wllllam WT] eherlj
"Th* yraateai , ???? i this aa;*. bal or.e aho sac
riflced much ro money and faaaa was r>rv len tald
the sp?akfr. Although wr::tnif moel ?: tba tlme
for tr... itaga . ??? 1 trr^w
"weary of fliatraaa Rhyme," and idoptt I Maak
varae; ani be ^.t- atao t... father of *..
Congreve Mlaa Ward regwrdi t ? m ta
of hls t;me. Th- to.nhlnK story Of Otwai - i:re
aad tragte asd, aad aatracta from thi a Jdraaa*
at!s;* arere kIi i
Th* n*xt lecture will he a re~apltuia'l a ir. part.
wtth the tntroductiofl of new llghts, The Apocrypl al
Oospeis arlll b touched upon ln their Influt naa
upon tne M:ra -ie Playa
Amor.tt th aa preaeal ?ar? mi?s Cbarlotta L.vir.g
sron. Mlaa May Uvtngaton, Mlaa Cummlnga I?r.
ar. 1 Mrs Barel iw >!rt Joeepl Ja k- i Mra Colo?
nel Pwisht. Mlaa s.ii.ie Horne, Mr? Mowe ar.: M.aa
Kannle Moore
BMMAEFA8T8 8ERTBD IX XEW WAYB.
Th* protrresslve Lreakfast Is a novel fBaetBBB
lately bltraduced tnio Washir.atori BBaBBtJr hy Mra
Pavls. wlfe of Senator ('uthm.-in K. Pavls of M;i>
netota. !n honor of Mrs Pole. wlfe of the H-twailaa
Mlr.isrer.
The plar, of the hr'akfatt. whlch promtses BB be
come popular. ls much llke that of prorr*sttvo
euchre, proflr'sMon taklnir. pls?** st the aad Bf ?a'-h
DOaraa The sevcral tahles at this espeylal furctlon
were sraepad al.out tht* mom. ;he lar*. ?<? helng
oo"iipl*d durine- the flrst eourae by rhe booteee ani
?ru*st cf honnr alone. This taft four ptaoaa vacaat,
whlch weit fllled ln turn hy *tu*sts from th* otbflff
tat)l*s. so :ha; evary one ln the room dur'.ng tha
twelve course? was afforded th* opportunlty oi
chattlnfl wlth. rh* hos?<.B<- and gueat cf h^nor
Kach tatilc waa decoratad wlth a broad wtla rtr*.
bon laid .:,*.- i |y a Toaa tba ciorh, with -h* r,..me
of tom" Sr.tt* |n contrastlna; colors on lt In rhe
centre atood \ ryota raw of Amerlan P*aury
ro**s, wh;ie beelde ea< h pi?te iay a menn earl ? ri
whlca were hai l-palnted thi flaga of Amerlca and
Hawall. Souventr pennon? cf 1 roa 1 sarln rii.bon,
emhlaror.ei wlth the nam* of her rVa** ?*r? ?;:v?n
to e.ii^h arotaaa as the reach*d th* r^t> of ^ iror.
Varied to Bult th* occaalon, this functlon wot.ld ba
apprcprla'* for Washlr.gion's Blrth iay or St Val
entlne's I'av
TRFTA DELTA CBP8 COXTEXTIOX.
A GRE-vT att::>.-pan^e OF DEkT>-, \TFX ron THfl
rRATrrt.viTT'? BBBB47flBTBBVIAIi
The flfti*th annual conv*rtlon cf the Th*r? Pelta
Chl Fraterr.lry. wbleb will h* coattBBOd for twa
more day? !:. thla clty. was t+arir. ytsrerday rr.orn
lna; ln the Wlr.dsor Hotel. Mor* than two rruidr*d
d*:*,patt--? rapraaaattag taaaty-tara aVflfi raai coi
leifes and universitles ln varlous secrlor.s af the
DOUntry, w*r* pr*s*nt wh?n Pr**ld*nt r'arl A.
Hars'ron. of Hoharr i*o::*t;*. oiig*. of M eaOaal
th* cor.v*nt!on to ord*r Of th* s*ven foundt-ra of
the fratoratty or.iy two ar* bhrlag. Thay ar* At*l
P*ach. of Iowa. nrd Ar.drew H. fjreoa af X?w
Ycrk Both a -:?'.?''. BBatfl of honor at tba ope- mg
sesston of the conven'lon.
Th* aiaatom Bf tba convention are secret. Ir aaa
announced afr*r }-es:erday-s BMOtlBSa, however.
that the mornlng had he^n rflk*r. up by the
presentatlon of rn* report of rhe Coi i --
*?e on ClOdantlBlfl, and the annuai ad Ir. M f
Pr*sM*nt Haratrea Addraaaaa arara aa* l
b. BtahopOUbart, of afinaaaal Ft fi bm J fl ?
hrld* Sterr^tt. of Washlnifton. Ab*i BBBflh. >f
iowa; E D. InseraoO, of Bew-Tork; r>r j p.
': latoB, of Chli iga D. vThltaay, af x ... a
Fails. and Boward a Mmoaa f Buffalo Tl
:*rnoon BBMlOfl w is dOVOted to the anr. . -? s
af tba praafdeatfl af tba ebaptara Tba rai rt of
tba edltor and pubiisher of the frataralty'a i - i
z!r.? w.-r.> ataa roeelvod after b*ln>f pror.our..-fd
aattafBOtary, and cor.slderahle rourlna and new
bustness was traaaaeted th* r*[iorts of i rirr.nv-**o
leeapylBB '?? | part of th* aesaion.
The new offl. . rs of the fratt-rntty arlll ba *>ct*d
at to-day s aeea aaa a proialaeat eaodldata for the
secrftaryshlp ls H. F MaaafleJd, of Yal?. To-mor
row will be devo'ed ro the sernl-cntfr.nlai cei*.
hratton of the frataralty CoioBOJ vnillam L Srone
w.Il rrar* th^ blatory of the fr.vern!r> for th* f.rn
twenty-tlve yeara Of lt>< existen'-e. and Profi ssor
DaaeBB C. Laa, af i rm wl I pa aaar rh* p.-riod
of the lasr tWOBty-flVi roBTa I tba fra'er.-.lty'e
Batoteaea Tbe eetebrarJoa wtfl otaoe with a dlnner
it whlch more than three hundred gaflata, Incj^dlng
-ollesje prof-.-- : ar- ezpoctod,
Amonfl the egatet ? II x the cor.ventlon
ur- Bl?hop ??:?-??-i. ? ^ R*v i>r.
Mann. of kanaaa Cltj E l> Ingeraoll, of Danvar,
Coi Profeaaor Huff utt. '?'. Cornell; Jot.n H.
Moree ' ma. of Baw-Braaa*
arli k Marcui Bakei of Waahlngton, D C . Ai'-rt
Btettenbon of Buffalo Preeldeat Smith. of Trm:ty
rlea W Low, Bro k:o.-, Maaa Pro
feaaor E I VVard. of Amherai Pr feaa r J M*c
l?rlde sterrett. of Cotumblan Charlea R MlUar of
Kew-York B. T. Bleyei rp- C. J B .:;oc|t.
oi I'orneli. Beward A Blm na of Buffalo; C w.
rgeni nd r Adam Brigara nf i-t.rt.-a E A.
i... x of Baatoi Peni ,v..- Rei Ur Randolph H.
UcKlm, of Waahlngton D. C; IV, I. ii Ifi f
Mlnneapolls; C, M Oddie, of Eaet Oranga, N J.;
Jty H Covert of fl ra S. T.; B M \\ ator
i' ise. of Cacnbiidgc Cnlvoralt) a p Pp?-ar. of
iVa*hln*;:or. D. C C !i Buahnell, >f Kajuaa Clty:
Frederick H Cunnlngl im L'tlea, and Albari
p Bheldon of Weat X-wton Maa*
I^ast nlght the deleratea were >-r.;<-rtam*d at No.
1,431 Hroadway hv the Bew-Torb <':ty <irad',iata
Jluh
a
QVEBi 0EMP8BY TO re CBOWWWD.
The <-oronatlon of I^avlnia Van W*st,(rraB
Daaapaay aa Qaaaa of th* Hoi:ar..i namea af tho
ffew-Betberlaada ' tba rfrat* of Bow-Torb wiu
ak* place this ever.lng- :n the grand baUiaaai nf
t.? Waidorf-Ast>r:a Tba loors will h* c.oeed at
1:01 ocioi-k aad will remala ?o untll nt\or tbe
lueen ls .roaBad Six hundred Invltatlnr.s have
laaaad by tba Rollaad Paaaaa and a!r*ady
(,ur hundred peraOBB ha\e sent their ac-ceptancagj.
,? aaaborata aupper arIB ba aarvad
\- ? 31"1 o'cio, k ta aaorroa avaahas a i narh and
ir flrttl convey gue*n Ir-mpse^- from th* p<>rto>
OChOfU of the St. I'inu.l II t*l to '[.?' * ?r.? of
lHr ,-oronat.on <'ir,,nirc f.illpa BrBJ Bdota the
irldleai of tho fuur dark horse*. whlie iKith coach
nan and footmar. will waar laa of the
ame fl w^r The COBeb to b* us*d ls on* ,,f ar-at
K* Traditlon says that In lt TtjOBBaa J'fT-r>..n,
!..? aoal of I - - aea rode throuKh the
txaeta af ;-' '?' ra tba royal eoach two
,a*r?rs of rareBK nlee atll r:de in a *n.it ? h
rawn hy rw ?-?- ??.??- Bgail . j-^.f ?:th
range taBpa Tha eaaebaa wiii praeaod -.v t--..r
y.j?*fond-st and F"ifth-ave to their ?'. n
CniKhts and Pames ln full .our- .?: ' tho
ixteenth cen' :r\ wtll recalve thelr queen ln i ? **
t apart. At preclai ?
itun ' i'. '" lera, alout fn .r? r- in num
room. Thi f
be ballroom arlll he rhlefly ir. buntlng ? ? \.
rda of Holland imi of Amerlca numet
. tyed Btreamera of red. whll -i
- . ? ? ?? ?? 1
. I whlle a rolden ? i I i Btataa
.>at-of-arms ?.. ;? tbe i itmax.
7V) MAMl for EMOLAMD TO-DAY.
Amnna tl'.ftst' who will sall on tba Whltf Prar
tf-nier Teutonlc to-dav are th, Mar>i BB BB Ro
,, H p J'nolt'v I'nlted Ptatea ('or.-'il at 8t.
j.... , tbt !'?? ? btaaara T L PX End v\ ?i Pott
nd H K Wanam.ik. r.
Atr. nn tba pflBBBBagaaa on the Parla. of the Am- rl
aa 1'ne are Pr Martin i.Jivr,-la Memu. Mmitter
t tbe Xrnentlne Repuhll- to tbe Unlted States;
ames "'? Stowe, L*nlt?d Btataa Conaul at ?'a^o
"own Oeneral C R Wllllaaaa Captabi J. A.
iroombaad and (,'aptaln John Mtller.
r-ti DtBCVBB COMTBOl Of FlLiM BIBBBm
The next BBaaBaBaJ Bi BM Nmete-nth Cantur> Club,
o be BOM BI SherrVt to-niorrow evt-nlng. will ba
n* of no nrdln.try interest. The subject to be 11a
tiasa.l :>. IB tbfl ilrowltiK I'emand for Public for?
rol of Kranchlsts Jusllfted"' Arrttnfl thoae ex
,vted to speak ar.- Mayor Joslah Qulncy of Roa
on Henry P I.lovd. who haa wrltt.-n sevaral antl
v>nopc y hookt. and Profeaaor J. M. Robertaon. of
ambrtdge. the wall-known wrlter and leoturar 081
?cuil aud ooonomlo eubjecta.
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