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LftLOUSB OF TUBQUOI8E BLUE FRENCH FLANNEL, WITH BLACK DOT8.
Tho rhrmlKPtte te of Vnlenclennes nnd Swlaa Insertlon, revers fan-d wlth whltS morle BBd Msch.
l.ral.l.-a wlth hii.r-k aud whlte silk l.rnid.
SOME WAT8 OF THK WORLD
A LACK OF THAT "MICB BBNBB OF
HONOK" AMONO WOMEN.
THK C.TtF-AT nirFKHKNCF ItKTWEEN A BBACH
PI'.FPS AND A 1'ATlllN'l Bt'tT -fUVRM
Ptrlct boneoty is a rare virttie even among the
clnss of people who are not txposed to temptatlon.
lt la a well known fnct thal not a few flne womon
do not pay thelr btlla unb-ss forced to do so, and
that mnny a smail BCCOUnl remnlns flnally to thelr
<rt.li: (or, moro properly it mlght ho sntd. dis
crediti bSCBOBS thoso to whom thoy owo money
haVS not tho means or tho power to eolleot whnt
ls due thom.
'What do you .lo wlth your blll.?-* asked a fash?
lonable woman of one of l.er friends. "I always
put mine la the fir.- "
"Oh, I throw mine ln a drawer." said the othor
?1 ahraya Btlck th.-m in and shut it up sgaln aa
fast as possllrle. for 1 hat- tho slght of the ao
cumulntion When the people got troublesome 1
aend them down to my husband's offlce.'"
"I mnde a gown for Mrs. A. two years asto.*'
aald a BtTUggltag dressmaker. sp.-.iklng of a ocr
taln rlch woman, "nn.l she hns not pald me yet.
she takes no eagaaaaaes of my accounts, which i
aend her every now an.l then. I BUPPOSS she .sim?
ply do<s not Intend paylng mo. for she knows it
would lnjure my bostnesa if 1 put it ln tho. handa
of a lawyer."
"I have liad somo eurious eaperteacea wlthjb'h
women in regard to tho selllng of ti. kots,"*Te
roarked .t l.hllai.thrcplc woman who had ralBSd
large sums for dlvers charities by organizltig
various eatertalnaaenta.' "I flnd lt is tho har.lest
work to colloct the money. nnd nomotltii
tlcketa nre never pald for. Only last year a frlend
... ? t ? . mr- for twenty ttekeU at 12 each for MSM
. frteala we were having: for the beneftt of a
?* 'I will have a .linner expressiy." she said gon
erously. *anl brlng my people on afterward,' and
ahe chose the beat sr-ats in the place, 1 thought
it aafully nlcs of ber at the tlme. but was not so
much pteaaed whon the treasurer wrote me she
had nol collected the money for the tlcketa from
my llberal frlend, not has she pald yet We sent
her th" blll, t'.t we heard nothlng furth.-r. and as
nono of us felt like dUMting bet personally we let
the matter drop."
Many WOian BW rn rather to enjoy a certaln
apecles of cheatlng. from getting the better of the
Government l.y aauggltng thelr wnplrobos through
the Castom House to dolng s corporatlon out of
a flve cent fare. All almllar trnnsactlona aeem to
thom QUttS B-OWSbte, nml ev<n comnien.iable.
"A woman has BOt a man a nl.e sense of honor."
afnrtned on.- of the latter sex wbtla oommentlng on
the above pecullarlty.
"How- about thnt iiloe aenalUveneea when a man
w.mts to sell a horse?'' queried a female BUdltor,
and the counter question waa Bnanawerable.
THK BEACH DBBM.
Slmpliclty seems out of date thls yar, an.l tnth
Ing suits, like everytbtag Slss t.'.is summer, hav.
boen touehed by the wnnd of fanh!on and ure
hsaallBsd saossdlmlj hy the most BBaboratc tucks
nnd stltchery, whlle any oojor or style aeema per
mlsslble. Nevertlxl.-ss, there is som< thlng Ineon
gruous about too much elnboratlon in a bathlng
auit. The ro'ixh drying process certnlnly does not
eult the dainty M .-.11.-work, nnd ln r-onsequcnce the
up to date costume has to be taken home and
BfSBSSd ..ut before lt Is ready for BBOther dlp ln the
ocean, an Innovatlon whlrn Is altogether novel.
The testlng of a new bathlng auit thls se.-.s..ti ls
a serlous question. It mny seem perfect when fresh
from the hamis of tbe dresasaaksr, but what wlll be
Its condltlon when wet! Many dlsappolntments
have been tba reeult of the tlrst bath, as a dressy
\ young woman experleacad t<> her cost tho other
f day wben she fo.inl hor beautlful gray and blue
confeetlon was comph tely rulned by li'-r riishti.-.s
tn glving it B aoakti.K.
'I .11-1 not intend to get It wet." she exclalmed
niefully and nslvely when she found that tha
coloi's had run Into . a.!. other in the most dlstrcss
But 1 thi.ught that wus what lt was made for!"
exclalmed h?-r huaband, n.'.re than ever eonvlneed
that lt wns linposslble to understand a woman.
"Oh, do. ri.ar: It was my beach dreaa. I m-ver
lnten.ie.i to let the water come up over my kne.g
ln lt, but a great big horrld wav. caught me un
axpcctedly, snd n..w- it ls cotnpletely rulned."
'1 hava irled B m-w bathlng dr.-ss, and it kssps
Its cplor perfectly." si.u another young woman.
"Why, yi.'. sai.l this morning that you had not
cornirj.-i.r'i-J bathlng yet," r.-mnrked her frlend.
"Nelth.-r have I. Mit I pttt It SO and took a bath
ln the l.ath tub Just to be sure It was all rlght,"
whl' h wns not a bad Idsa by any means Perhapa,
on the whole, the amarteat looklng bathlng dreaaea
aro those made of bi.-.rk or ditrk blue taffeta. The
walste aro "bullt" wlth all the dalntlr.es* of p well
mude shirt waist. wlth innumeraMe. tucks and pleat
Iflga nroimrl tho Blseves, whlcli mny be either simrt
or long, according to tho wlsh.-s of the wearer. The
aatlor collnr ls never seen wlth these bathlng suits.
the ne.-k l.eing encircled either wlth a short whlte
atock, which has a very smnrt look, or the llyl.
turnover collar worn with a stock of the same ma
terial as the waist.
Black satin la abo in favor for bathlng frocks,
and even f.la<-k bro-ade. Only fancy these twenty
flve years ago!
"Wo BfOTS blue flannel bloomers, wlth long
trona. rs and big farmers' hats tled down over our
eara." exolaitmed a fashlonable dame the other day
oa the beach at S?-. "What frlghts we must have
Bouth. rn BOCtStg women often unite in th.-lr
charmlng personallty un odd miature of the atately
manner- Ufittlng the tradltlons of thelr race wlth
an occaslonal froodom from conventlonallty which
would be Impoaalble to our Northern soclal leadora
who generally ln evejy day llfe are far lesg formal
ln thelr Ideus.
A rather amuslng Incldent. which lllustratea
thls dec-ldt-dly attractlve quality. happened not
long ago at the rallway atation ln B-. Mra. X
the wife of a promlnent Bouthern etatenman and
miillonalrc, who ls herself famoua on both eontl
nents for hor beauty and charm of manner, waa
about to start north In her husband'a prlvate car
wlth a large party of Invlted gueata
Pa.sirig through the atation. ahe waa attracted
by a tempflng looklng array of frult for sale, plled
on the counter of o. booth, inaide of which an old
woman prt-slde.f. Bhe atopped and bought llberally,
but found on reckonlng un hor purchaae that ahe
had nothlng hut a ten dollar bllf, whlcb the crone
waa unni.le to change.
"(.'on't you get It changed somewhere?" aaked
Mra. X. "Tea," aaid the frult vender nnxloualy.
"but I cannot leave my shop"
"Oh. that wlll be all rlght," exclalmed the greut
lady, "I wlll take care of tt until you come back
Only tell me your prlcea, how much Is thls, and
that, and that?" ene contlnued, polntlng to the
different artlclee which, besldea the frult ln aea
eon. Included clgnra. clgarettee, and a verlety of
other amall wares. After recelvlng the lnforma
tlon Mrs. X. llfted the entrance through the
counter. and, laughlngly pnshlr.K the old woman
out of her booth, took her place, nn.l wlth greal
composnre l>egan pralslng up tba goods for s.-iIh
to her frlends.
tfeyersl oi the men .'ntered Into the humor of the
Bltuatlon and began. buylng dgara an.l candy.
Thls start.-.i the crowd, which rapldly eollectea,
whereuj.on. not nln-.: daunted, the beautiful Mra
X. .-.ntlnued. the sale, audeeloualy ratalng her
prices as the'demand Increased, and pralslng tht*
qu.llltle? of her merchandlse.
"Look at thls paach," sh>* aald smlllngly to n
rich cotton plantcr of her acqualntance. One alde
ls perfeit. but because th.r.- la a slinht Imperfec
tlon on the other you can have It for 2S cents.
This.- oraiiges _r.-' partlcularly fine." she ron
tln-l-il to another vlctlm. "1 hoi.e you wlll glve
m<> 10 cent* npieve for them.' and so on. atrangers,
frlends an.l aoqualntances, nll were cajoled an.l
flattero-l into buylng.
The old woman returned. hut wlsely refralned
from clalmlng her place and remalned a d. llghted
apectator of the scene. In ten rnlnutes Mrs. X.
had dlsposed o,f nearly All the frult and small
warea. and the tln money box was full Of colns
and blll*. Then tho beauty pald her own account
to the happy old merohant frnm the change of
her blll, and nml.l the thanks and benedlctions of
the latter prooee.lcd to her car.
"I never saw anythlng better done," sald one
of the spectfttorr* afterwnr.l. "An.l wlth her It
was only th* ?t>ontancous klndly act of a sym
BAHIE8 NOT FORGOTTEN.
Rables may not have n reeognlied place- In the
driwlng room, but thls summer they have not
h*en forgotten on the veranda.
A swinglng hammock or rather rope basket has
heen provlded for thelr comfort and saf.-ty. It ls
A HAMMOCK FOR THE WKE ONE.
both plcturooque nnd practlcable. The botfom 1*
an ovnl mat, constructed of rope, upon whlrh is
placed a halr mattreaa mnd<- to flt, and covernd
?wlth a sllp cover of chlntz. The sl.les, whl.-h nre
very hlgh, are made of hammock eor.l and ar.
tlnlsh..! wlth a thicker rope ftt the top, while a
gay little ruffle glves a toucli of t-rlghtn.*ss at the
bottom, nn.l conoeala the aldea of tha rope founda
The satin stock Is stendlly crowdlng out the use
fulnea*j of the llner. cullar. Double faeed satln rll>
bon ran bc washed and troned at home without
cost. and thnt fact nlone denls a death blow to the
lin.-n cuiiar, with its ueceaaary laundry uin.
Few women exerclse any mental nblllty over the
selectlon of thelr stocks. If they know m a vague
way that plnk ls becomlng to them tney often buy
at random _ny shade the sal.-sman offers. Any
shade of plnk for an entlre gown may have tho
deslred effect. v.-hile ??' small strlp of the same colo
dlrectly under the chln would have a very dlfferent
one. Rlondes wlll Hnd the mornlng glory plnk, a
plnkt*-h lavender, rream whlte, a golden yellow and
cardlnnl the most becomlng colors for stocks
lirunettes cin best wear dead whlte. deep rose,
plnk, turquolst* blue, blulsh hcllotrope and burnt
Black stocks should never be worn except wlth
black shlrt walst? or flgured wals's wlth a black
ground. Illack accentuates the llnes ln tho face,
whlch adds agc, and tcnds to rrakt* most sklns look
aallow ruther than whiti-.
Stocks should bo (Iniwn tlght about the throat.
The lof.se, untldv way In whl.-h many women wear
thelr rlbbon-- is'anythlng but corn . t
Three-quarters of a yard ls enough for an or?
dlnary stock. The rlbb. n should bo about three
Never was la*e ln such demand ns It !s to-day;
every klnd and descriptlon for every posslble use.
It Is the k.-ynofe of a young glrl's attlre, and she
never was daintler than she has been slnce tha
avalancho of lace deaoended upon her. Kkirts, aoam
leaa and nllovcr lace; bok-ros ready to put on,
paraaol covers, tunicii and gulmpes, as well as lace
bought hy tho mllejapolonalaea of ezqutalte Imlta
ttona of Venetlan polnt and "j.oint da Piandre,"
ready ahaped. are among the la.*.- concoctlons of
the 'dav. t'ulpure has Been revlved. Lecea nre
mlxed regaftlleaa of th.ir partlcular era.
Vells of whlte end cream colored and plaln tulle
Without dots tuke the lead.
There Is n fresh rage for whlte gloves The popu
larlty of thU artlcle bas dfmlnlshed so very Httle
that the eudden demand Is scarcely ItOtlCMbfe.
Orchlds for hat trlmmlng ls a new idea thls sum?
mer. When comblned wlth a df.rk. r shade of velvet
they are striklngly handaomi
Pornsols, narrow tucked from the centre to the
edge, Ib the greatest novelty offered In any one llno
of sunshades In y.-ars
Flque, llnen, crash ond duck skirts are elaborately
ombrold.'red and appllqued.
A Parlslan fancy la to be a one flower glrl. A
atrlklng bmnette who Indulges ln thls llluHon
wears all the shndes of vlolet, from lllac to royal
purple and green. The vlolet ls her flower, of
course, and ladens her hat nnd her corfage, is the
flgure In the cloth of her gowne, and Itsimtgranoa
on her person makes her a very real vlolet glrl.
Silks wlth blurred deslgm are eomblned wlth
aome vtvld hue, usually lald under lsee Insertlons
t?r llning ruff*->s.
Bpsnlsh turbana, wlth jetted brlms and pompons
of tulle, glve dashlng nnd dnrlng effect.
A CHRISTIAS ESDFAYOR RALLY.
A Christlan End.-avor mlly wlll be held thla
afternoon ut the fetit s.tvIcob at Uroadwuy snd
Flfty-sixth-st. Prealdenl Frands E .'lark of the
l'nlted H'x-lety of Christlan Endeavor wlll address
the meetlng. and Ira _> 8a_key wlll slng.
ONE IN ARIZONA SAID TO BE THREH
1ILNDHED TBABI OLD.
ri.tn W..MKN DMCUABB ban xavikr BBL BAB
TO IIR THK MOST IXTriM'STINO IT
IH wi-.i.l. BBBBBBVB--,
In tho stinly of ths Mptorlc rhurcho* of Amorlcn,
which a number of ri.ib women hnve taken up re
rently, tbey have found nons more Int.-rostlng than
tiie Chareh of -Ba Xavfsr dsl i>..c, which is said
to I* one of Ihs oldost h.nises of worshlp In the
country. Aconllng to history. It wns coniplotod ln
MM in tho valley of Baata Crua, nii....t t.-n miios
sotith r>r T.tcfon. Arlx. Servlce ls no longor held
th.-rc. The Btructure is r.f Bysanttne nnd Moortab
archltecture Thr- frfSCOeS nre soetn s from tho llfo
of Cbrtol BBd tho Vlrgln Mary. It Is tho BSCOOd
bulldlng "f its klnd hi Arlsono. Both wera orort.-d
in puraoanca <>f a achi me lo eatsbllsh sotrels of mis
slons from I/WMto to Monteroy. Kath.-rs Klnoand
Jnnn S.-.lv.-i Tl.-rr.t are s.ild to hnve |.n the orlgl
n.i'ors They wera preaeni sl the laylng of tho
corne-stone of the flrir-h ..f S.in Xavlor. It took
thlrty y.-ars to l.irll.l the church.
Tho foundnllon walls are of llne brl.k. covered
wlth b saaooth, tblck layer of cement, The ..utsi.lo
of Ihs aralla are of the same materlal; on tho in
si le they nre of bewn cobbleatones, nlso ameared
wlth Ibe cement .md hsndaomely atuccoed.
Of .. eastaUatsd slyls. lha biili.ling la surmonnto.i
l.y a .lome .ind Iwo mlnareti of Moslem srchltect
ure. Tb.< front is de. orated with tbe coal of arms
of tbe rrandacan monka a coll <>f rope nrui two
arms. Ono, bared, la tba ..rm of riirlst; ths other,
clotbed, ls th.-n of at. r**tancta of Aaalst, the founder
of the order arhlch beara his n,im" And a bu?t of
th. s.iint appeara t.. ths right >>f the coal "f arms?
!.t leaat, whal th.r.- is lefl of the bust. Al each
tinglo of the fadng are tbe remalna of priflins and
dragona. Orlglnally forty-elght, many of Ihese flg?
ures bave ir. .ri t..i4.n away l.y slghtaeera, an.l those
that remain ar.. in a s...i condltlon of decay. Bur
roundlng the llled roof ls .. baluatrade -.f brl.k .-.nd
cement, looklng down upon tho old portlco when
?0 many morning prayera were brcathed.
In the form of a huge L_ tin . r..<s ls tho lnt.-ri.ir
?.f th. church. i-'our inr_-e palntlnga rover th'- Im
in. nse celltng, and esti nd for aome dlatanca down
the arched aldea They repreaeni the Annunclatloo,
the v'isit.itn.ii of th.- Viridn 10 BllSabeth, th.- Na
tlvlty an.l the Vlaltation of tii< Magt The celllng
itself?.7. f.-.-t from the floorlng?la 1 ipportsd by six
The Chapel of tho Mother of Borrowa ls to the
rlght, and th.-r.-, lirmlr Imbeddet! in tho cement, is
a large crosa <.f Ironwood. it is covered wlth ln
acrlptlona an) rharaetera. tn.. I .-f whl.-h may barely
b.- made out. Io taro of thi anglea ot tba main
archway are two Imagea, auppoeed '<> repreeenl
archangels, According t" tin- Iradltlona of tho
church they hav.- th.- forms 11r..i facea of two daugh
lera "f tbe artist and dealgner of th. dscoratlons,
Ovor th.- doorway leadlng t'. tho vestry ls cut the
name of the buflder of the church, 1'i-dro itojar
It Is said that th.- monka hid gnthend a colony
of workers around them nn.l thal rtneyarda tiour
lahed snd fanna were frultful, when, wlthoul wara*
Ing, the mi'sions were declsred conflscsted by tha
state. Loath !.. believe th..t such was the .-.-ih.., ths
tiionks recelved the bad newa wlthout a ahow of
feeling, Hut when a courler arrlv.-.i telllng th>-m
that aueh waa the fact, and thal even th.-n an .-mis
aary of th.- 1 tate waa on hls way to take poesesslon
of the mlaslon properly, tbey began th.- w..rk which
has lefl tl.e church B rulii". Kverythlng portable
waa taken from ihe walla, the nltnr atrtppeu <.f its
gold and allvor; even the heavy gold leaf was takon
from the atatuea palntlnga w-r- cul oui from thelr
framea nn.l rolled itp, the rlneyarda f..r mlles
around wero uprootol, orcharda were -ut down and
th>- gnrden tli.u had bloomed ao isreetly was b thlng
of tne nast.
And tt.'-n tho toars of the Jndl.-.ns, whom they hnd
befrlended and were lonving, mlngling with thoir
own, with all th.-lr earthly poeaeaalona woighltig
down the burros, tiie 'sorrowful monks left
thelr chnrch nn.l ih.> acene of th.-ir arooderful work,
and thelr pack tr.-.in atarted f..r Quaymas, where
the m>-n or God bade f.r. w.-li ;.> thls country nnd
returned to tho 01,1 World, whence they had come.
And to-.lay tho n.lns of the Btructure remnln as a
monumetit t... thelr pati.-nt endeavora.
VIEWS ON WOMAN'S PROGRESS.
T. M. PATTERSON, OF "TIIK DEVVElt
NKWH," MAKES A IPEECH.
At th.- Texaa-Colorado Chautauqua, beM recently
nt Boulder, Col., tiie addreaa <.f welcome was jjlvcn
l.y T. M. Patteraon, Edltor of "Tha Den-rer News."
ln revi.-wlng the progreaa of th<- laal half century
ha alluded to tbe advance poaltlon whlch shoul.i bo
accorded to women, and BaJd:
It was only yrsr.rd.n thar woman was recog
ntsed aa tha equal of man before tbe law;.not yet
everywhere, bul hera and ln s..m<> n. Ighborlng
Stat.-s. It was but tbe atartlng f.f the ball of ?-.i.i; 11
Juatlce fn.m th.- mountaln topa whlch ls gatherlng
apeed -.nd power ga it rearhea lha plalna and rolla
t<,\a;tr<i tl.ceana lt wtis tha reaponae ..f Colo
rado'i cblvalroua m<-n t.. the eameat app.-nl of
woman for a falr, fr..- (i.-i.l t.. women who. driven
by neceaalty, must enter irrt.. tha itruggle wlth
hand and brain f..r dally bread. The m.-n said:
"Women bear and rear the chlldren, they contrlb
ute th.-lr equal ahare of tax.-*. th.-y do the g.-ntler
part in war. bul lhal la a< vltal to victory ns lha
poatlng of battallona for attack and defence; they
ar>- the weaker, and are handlrapped ln llfe'i strug
gle Wtth tb>- bonda).'.' tli.-y have born.- through all
the agei and prejudlcci begotten of weaknesa an.l
.!? p- ndency. Ther.- is but ona royal road to woman's
mlaalon, and that i* th<- ballot.
And the men of Colorado gave them the ballot.
And now. wlth Influence an.l dlgnlty as th.-lr hand
malds. they are swlftly an.l sur.-iv wldenlng th.*
tiei.i whlch women may occupy with men as bread
wlnnera. Th.-y are learntna thal labor Ih dlgnlty
As this splrlt rlses. the walks nf sln are avol.le.l.
T'h.- ballot by Its strengthenlng Inllu.n.e givea
women .-..!ir,.k;e. ,,n.l the courageoiiB woman ls a
beacon ilght >.f sweetnees an.l virtue. ln the hands
of the more fortunate alatera- tboaa who nee.l not
work f..r bread or who llve In nffluence -the ballot
is a pow.-r for K'.'.d ln aocl. tv. nnd Ib a means of
tlon to all. Wlth It thev destroy rhe monop?
oly whl.-h ttiT.n bo cheerfully arrogated of all th>*
comfortable and money maklng calltnga ln nf.
th.-y place ln dread the publ.Itlrera who would
aurrender our towna and dtlea to the cunnlng ele
m.-nt of the crlmlnal claaaea; th.-y stand for laws
and cuatoma and obeervancea whl.-h inalal thal f-.r
tb.- aame aervlcea women shall be pald as weii tis
m.-n. they ar.- wearlng away the obetaclea ?.f con
ventlonallty and Belflahneoa thal have ever itood ln
the pathway of women.
A BOUT EI EROREE V TREE8.
IF TOO think THEY NEVBR change
THEIR RAlilBNT, roo ARi-: not
IT' IM BOTANT.
Whether the Bummer Bojourner In the mountalna
thlnka of It or not, tha botanlal knows that all
the tribe of evergreen tr.-.s really have a change
of ralmenl al leaal everj thr*r yeara, though tho
change i- mada ao gradually as not to attraet at?
Though tl..- . hange la nol mad.- often, th.- white
plna ls frequently found with parta "f the branchei
bearing needlea ..f three yeara' growth, whlla the
last jrear'a growtha ar.- alao to be aeen at tha endi
of th.- combe, n.lies ..t. the whlte plna grow ln
cluaten of llv.-; on th.- pltch plne thej appear In
ihr.-.-s. and th. latter tt..* drop* its needlea soon.-r
than th.- white pine. Pltch plne conei grow two ..r
three together ln a cluster, and hang on th.- tree
as long ai thr.-.- yeara, even though the aeedi rlp.-n
Bcotch and Auatrlan ptnei hava only two needlea
to a ciust.-r Tb.*.- treea, n..t belng natlve to thls
cuntry, are found only bi ornamental follage In
parki and gardena, The Norwaj spruce so g. n
erall) llked f"t Chrlatmas lreea haa needlea that
do nol grow In clu. t.-rs. bul Blngly al.mg the ahort
Btema, and ar.- nol more than an Inch >>r two long,
Thelr great t/lrtue la In >>< iiii-r alow t., fali; often
the needlea hang on a growlng tr.-e for six or
Nol unllke the Norwaj apruce ar.- the black and
tbe whlt. apruce, though they have longer needlea.
rhi t.-d apru e haa .1 .l.-.rk yellow tmge In Ita
green, and tha twlgi are heavier than in tha two
ol h. r rartetlea
Tln- h.-inloi-k end balaam 11. ulso short leaved
evergreena, and every one knowa the arbor rltai
ir- ..f iif. wltb Ita 0.1.1, twtated leavea ?f in
deacrlbable ahane Thls tree hns exceedlngly
amall conea ..f few acaleo. The whole famlly <lf
evergreen*. and thelr many collaterala nr- all ?.f
gr.-at beauty an.l of real Intereal t>. th.- student
OVEB THE PBE8EEY1NQ EETTLE.
A good test for the right conalatency of jelly
when i-oillng la to lel lt drop from a apoon. If th.
laal drop sti.-ks to the apoon it is Huffici.-ntiy hard.
in eotlmatlng the comparativa coal ?.f jeiiy and
marmalade. Jelly wlll bo found to he worth twlce
ns much ns mnrmaln.le, the Jelly costlng two
thlrds tba prlc- of frult nnd the marniahnle one
An old Catsklll pres. rvc Is made of plums nnd
maple ?ugar M. lt the DMple sugar ln a little
wnt.-r a'1.1 eooh with the piums. allowlng pound f..r
pound Thls glves n fart sw.-etuess especially
igraeabla t.> man) palatea
In cnnnlng Mackberrtee, alloW half ? cup ,.f
wat.-r and a cup of sug.ir to each qunrt of berrl.-s.
Allow tha syrup to co_M tO I boll, sklm. and ad.l
as many beniea a* wlll o..v.-r the aurrace Cook
alowly ten mlnutea; sklm out aml n.ld the others
untll all Tin- rook. -I ll. turn to the k.-trlo. boll up
oi...-, tin the heated, aterlllaod cana full to overflow.
lng. and aeal Immedli.t.-iv
For eannlng, pi.-kling and preoervtng, k.-;. .
supply of apeclal elotha nnd holdera to us.-, tm th*.
Hti.ins cunnot be renoved,
In maklng Jelly lt muat ba bome In mind that
?he !>?*.* Htlrrlng th.-r.. I* the better. If stlrrrd too
much tbe Jcll) Ih not t-lenr. While th. lendonCg Of
augur lu gruiiult-t*-. ? Uiucuuvd b) ?tlrrli__.
RTV.U- SOCfETY IN LONDON.
BOROSIfl MAY WELL nE JEALOT'S OF HER
BIKTKR ACBOM THE WATEP..
OVER TWO intNIinKD AMEWCAN WOMEN E*
JOTED THE I.APT LUBCBBOB OIVEN IN
HOTF.t. rEflt^-MRH. OniKFIN
The 8ocloty of Amerimn Womon In I.ondon
has boen orroneously called the "I.ondon Borosls"
l.y mnny Amorlcnn* because It wns thought thnt
Mrs. Jonnle .luno rroly nnd Mrs WshStSff Olynea
(Klln Dteta I'lymer) woro Instrumental In form
"It Is true," said Mr*. Hugh Reld Orlffln. the
president, ln oxplalnlng tho matter, "that while
Mrs CffOly and Mrs Clyn.s dld not tako part tn
th<- Inltlatlve work of tho so.-lcty they woro ln
flted to tho flrst luncheon, nn.l hnve slnce I.e
como l.lontlflod wlth us.
"The club Is formed somowhnt on the llnes of
ths Borusfa tn New-York," she rontlnued. "Its reg
ulnr moetlnKS tnking tl.e form of a soclal lunrhonn
ths Irst Monday >'f each month. Tho Idoa has
been .. bond of sorlal followshlp among the thlnk
Ing Am. ri. .in women in London. Tho true pur
jr.is.. ls to k.-.p ln touch wlth what U? truest and
b.-st iii AmeriCB, reallStBg that the force of mnny
ir lorsata in incrassed i.y _nlty.
"Tho socl.-ty stnti.ls for soclal culturo, and lt ln
deelred to mahs lt ?u that a oentre of dlgnlflod
femlnlne Intellectoal tatereat ahould bo. The eom
ralttee reaervea the rlght to Invtts as guests <>f
honor womon who hava achlevod dlstlnctlon in
llterature, ;<rt. musto, phllantbropy?all thnt in
tereata women snd lt has i.n a rare pleasurs to
liBtsn t.. many of the gpreohes made nt the
"our . ff->rt has proved to ne a charmlogBUCCeSB.
We already have one hundred in.-mb.-rs."
Tba otBcera aro Mrs Hugh Beld I'rifun, prosl
dent; Mrs. Lafayette de Krl.-s.-, Ir.-asurer; Mlss
Beld flrlltln Becretary, an.'. Mrs. Frank Mattox,
chalrman of the Bxecutlva Commlttsa.
im .luly *" ti..- aoclety entertalnsd at luncheon 230
guests, Includlng a Isrge number of th.- delsgates
... tha Internatlonal <"ongress, beoldea many othor
notabla womon. Ths apeaheti Bsated at th.. presi- I
btRS. ^RANTC VT. *.._TTOX
Chalrman of tho BssCUttVS,
MRS. WF.HSTF.R GI.VNKH.
Member of tho Baaeuttva.
MRS. BUOH REID GRIFFEN'.
MRS. LAFAYETTE H. DE FRIESE
MRS. ARTIII'R FAY
Member of the Baseattve
OFFICERS OF THI*. SOCIETY OF AMERICAN WOMEN IX LONDON.
dsat'S table who responded to toists w.-re Mrs.
Jooeph ii Choats,ConntsssAbsrdssa.BasanB. An?
thony. Mrs. May Wrlght Sewnll. Mrs. Wostov.-r
AMen, Mrs. Charlotte I'.-rklns Stetson, Mrs. Jennb
June CTOly, Mrs. J. Loakr Bnd Mrs. Webst'-r
Glynes. Lady llatnllton brought gTSStlngB from
Taamaala, Mrs. Henschcll s.mg snd Miss Lsonorn
Jackson gav ? a vioiin solo.
Antflttg thi OthSf guests w?-ro:
i.i.iy ituni .ir.ii .'iiun hin. IBaroaesa v..n Hoeet
Lady taebel Margeeeea. Mm, rrwunbertaln.
Miaa Oenei|,-\,' Ward. Mr- Maltln Harvey.
Mr- A-hf.n Ji.hnsi.n. 'Mr* I N -"Ocd.
Mr- Crelghton Baroneaa von uittwiti.
Mlai l-'miu s.rtilti. Mra. Arthur Fny.
Mr- Meynell Mr? B, I Um
Ml? Mary Bhaw. I Mrs. <*_rtm Thompson.
Tl>e Mai. hlonoss i.f Iiuf !mm. F. A Johnson.
f.rln. Mi- M. Amlrewa <>ril.
Th.- Ci.int.n* ef Warwl.-k. Mme Vnn .lor Veer Gsron.
Mrs llumpriry Ward. Mr-. Ho.be.
I_i.H Roberta Au-t-n. Mr,. Charlea Hnnr-.K-k.
\t- Ar. hllinl.l l.lltlr. Mr* I.ln>li>ny.
Mrs St J. .lafTnev. Mr- Wlllls Thompson.
MI-* Le-.nora ...e K- n. Mr*. I> <1 lllllett.
Mr- W.nf >rd rt.llllps. jMiaa C. Edward*.
Mr- F-rncHt Ib.rt. IMrs. Htepl.en . *rane.
Mm.- Barah Oraad. Mra. Bkueley o.rter.
Ml - Ti reea wiih n. Lad) \\"ils..n
Mra Htant-.n BlatCh. Mlaa UM I^hmnnn.
Mia. Jenneaa Mlller, Mra. 0. B. Clarke.
Mr- l|ri(cli Bell. Mr- H'.rr iik!:
I>r Haefcetl Btepheflaon Mr- FVIIx M.ra.hoieg.
Mn>. bli. H.i-i.-I Harper. Mr*. I_ii><.u<-r.erf.
Mra Addleon Bybee. Mra, irrlatrWlllB.
Mr-. Wheeler Plerre. Mrs Intne- llum.
Krau Anna e.n-ron. | M.r?a lior.-n. ?? Hayward.
MI-h Li. v Anthony. Mr- Kller Hngpard.
\li- 1'? rt-r Phelp. Mr- Ir\ Inic Hall
Mra. Cn'g.e (John Ollver 'Mra. OOfdon Hall.
Hobber). |M_?B M..rita"merlrt.
Mrn iv-i-nk Nathan. iMra. w. Oeboroe,
Mr- Olelow IMIsa Fay Lank.-ata/
Mmo AntOtnett* sterlln*. | I_.dy Marl.in Wclbr.
Mr- o*.r Berlnger, I Mrs. Urnnvllle Blll*
Mn Bedford l-Vnwir-k. Mra I*".... Knaan.
Mm* ll..*rlot |Ml?? lt--* SlllfT.
Lad* Btenley, Mra C_< \\
Ud) Hanoroft JMra. Whllarre
Mlle. Kl ir,i U.- IMra Van H.-nswIaer. I
Mri 0 -..-i.i VV, Ilr.te. 'Mra .1. I, Taylor.
Mi- A I. M-rntt MlM f B "Wen.
M.x Rhat oaborna. Bra. ?' ? i'"i>.nar,n.
Mra I, BT, ...itnr.ir 1 Mlaa Y. '? ICmery.
Mr- Margarel Mr- M- nr.imie Morle.
Mra Oertrurte Walker. Mr? Rllej foortney.
Mr, I'ur.h Pecfc. -Mr-. .Iiime* Walter Smlth.
rfrlpenbanf. Bva Arthur Monisoa
Mlaa Hn li- Amerlcan, Mr- i.u-it.i Bnwen.
Mr- nara Cblebj Mr- John M i.nre Hamllton.
Mr- Nlela n Hnmllt-.n. Mr- J Mgll l'-nnall.
Mrn Shaf.er Jbwanl. Mra Bamuel U riemena.
Bai aeaa ae Knooe Mr? Da Oraaea Martln.
Mn nn.l MlM Wr.e.r n. Mrs W i-Uead, Jr
Mra. Bpencer Oanlella. Mm Trniple Keti.
Mrr Rnll] D, M.irtln. Ml-s .lera.-v illynea.
After the lunrheon tho BOClety beld an "at home"
In tbe grnnd hall of the Hof.-l C.-ri!, from I lo J
o'eloeh. an.l Bl thls re.-eptlon hun.lreds of other
hiindsom.-lv gOSrasd womon came and the scene
wai one of gr.-.-.t brllllanoy. In thls aame hnnqnet
hall whloh Is noted for tho bosuty of Its derora
tlons tho Ani.-rie.in men In I.ondon oeiebrated the
Fotirth of July next day.
WAHNING PX>R HOROSIR
Whlla eontemplatlng tho l.rllllnnt assemblnae n
promlnent Amerlcan womnn remarked: "Thls Is
Irulv n wondsfful gatherlng; women wlth tltlea
Bnd those wlthout, women who have achleved fame
In nlmost rver. walk of llfe. are i.resent. Our
H. r.,.?|4< ni.rst look well to her laurela lf ahe la to
hold ber own wlth hor Amorlcen slsters now resl
dent In I.on.lon "
Sorosls ba? often boen orltleiaed be.ause Its mem
beri ilr.-s^ so han.lsomely. nnd lf this bo a fault
th.-n tl..- Bodtotf of Amerlonn Women In I.ondon
wlll merlt o?.nd< mnntlon also. Mrs Orlffln, the
prealdent, nnd Mrs Mntto*. Of the Kaor-utlve f'om
i.iitt.e. aro noto.l for thelr beautlful gowns, and
nt th.- Inncheon th.lr tollets were oonaplonoua by
"SHOWFR" BOCQVBTB THE LATEST.
Inst.-ad of tho atlff "made np" bouijuefa formerly
i-arrled l.y BftdeS, sweet glrl graduates or dehu
t.-.ntea, tbe new and i.rettler .ustom Is for long
e'.-u.iiiod, li osely tlod bunohes of one variety of
flow. rs onlv Another Id.'i that comes from
abroad la B hl* bow of wlde satin rlbhon, to which
flowera nnd foiiagc ara attach.d, drvoylng loosely
un each ildo.
KATE HYI.AND 8TIU, aatYWE IN TIIK
QUAINT OLD LODOE.
Fon THIRTY NINE YEARH SIIK HAH MAI'E HER
IinMK ON TMIf" E8TATE-THE nrit.DIN'l
MOt TO M T'.kn* DOWR.
The old Gouverneur Morrls mnnslon, at OR***
bufidred-and-thlrty-second-st an.l it Ann's ave ,
ls st tli Intact and ll.ibb* to r.maln so, although the
outlet, aewer now belng put through Cypress-ave.
from the Southern BOUleVard to the Itronx Kllls.
and whlch tr.vo-s.-s Its grounds. gnve rlse to g
rumor that It w.is to be taken down and thrt
grouada eut up Into bUlldlrg lOta lt Ann's, Trln
ity (formerly Cypree-*), wuiow, RTatnut and Loettat
aves. and One-hundrcl-Timl-thlrtletli nnd one-hun
dred-and-tblr.y-flrst Bta all halt ;>t the grounds.
hut wlll be extended nt no very Infe day. Ono-hun
dre.l-an.l-thirty-flr-t-st. wlll cross the present slto
of the barn, but not one of the stre.-ts wlll lnt.*r
fere wlth the boUSO.
The last member of the famlly to remaln a resl
ilent ..!' 'Old Morrlsanla," ..s th.- large estnte. of
Whkb the preoen! one ls bul a frngm.-nt, was
call.-d. Is Kate Ilyl.nil. She OCCUplea the io.lge at
tho antranca -ihe waa employed by Mrs Oouver
neur Morri-, jr., thlrty-ntne yeara ago, and baa
Jlved thero .-v.-r slnce.
The gable r..of.'.l sprlng house, half hl.l.len by
Bhruba and follage, n<-ar tha hodge, was bullt at the
requeal of Mrs. Morrls. t.. wh>>m tli- water of that
spnng wns an eapodal dellght. It wafl at one tlme
used ,is a mllkbottae. Tha wt.i.t la atlll cold and
deHetoua and vlsltors t.. the place .if alwaya
treated to a .Irlnk from lt.
The old vine ia.i.n manalon n.w itandlng c>m
prls.-s not rnorc than ..ri.--thlrd of the orlgln.il
atmeture, bullt from a model ..f t. P*ren< h ch-teau
l.y Gouverneur Motris ln i-'?i upon the foundatlona
of the house In whlch h<* was born. In Wrltlng to ti
frlend aoon after its r-ompletion, he aald:
"I hav.- ti terrace roof (by tbe by, I wlll s.-n.l you
a receipt bow to make one) of IM :>'.'t long, to
whlcii I go out from a slde door. anl from wh.*n.-e
I mjoy ona "f the fin.-st proapecta while breatblng
the most aalubrlouB alr."
That "ilno proapect" is now Intercepted by nat
buildlnga nn.l Bkyacrapera and his rlver vlew and
"aalubrloua alr" are aaaecrated by the steambont
tratllc and the tralns of the Rew-Toi_, N> w
Haven an.l Hartford Rallroad, whl-h <ros?es one
corn.-r of th<- grounda. Me would doubtleaa te Ied to
aay, wer.* be to return, as (iid irvitvg when they
rali the Central Rallroad acroea hls ' green bank"
at Bunnratde, "they would put a rallro.nl through
neaven lf they could."
The flrst pnrquet floors or wood cirpetlng to be
used in Amerlca were Imported from France for
thls house and one stlll covers the drawlng ro>.m
floor The cnerry walnacotlng an.l .eiiing of tho
llbrary were Imported from Holland. Tho hanglngs
of this room were at One tlme of whlte and gold
tapeatry, and w.-re eopled from th'.s.- uaed ln tho
bou.lol ? of Matie Antolnette,
I'ntll the removal of the famlly from tho house
Mr. Morrla'fl 'le-<k atood ln the llbrary In lt was a
aecret drawer, ln whl.-h 7I-. Ilvrea were concealed
at one tlme, havlng b.-en tntrusto-1 to hlm by Klng
Ixjuls XVI. to ald ln 'he eecnpe of himself and
II'KING Hol'SE, OOUVERNEUR MORRtl
famlly from Parta Mr. Morrls wa* uaable to ald
hlm, nnd the money was afterw.ird returned to tho
pucheaa d'Angouleme, daughter of th.- unhappy
In a letter to Mmo. de Stuel, hls old frlend. who
had purchnse.l a large tracl of land in St. Law
rence County, of thls Stat*. nn.l who OOntetnplated
vl?ltlng her property, he s.-nt an urg.-nt Invlta?
tlon to vlslt him and partake of what hlfl dalry af
fcrded, gath.-r peachea, tak.- walka, make veraes,
romances; In a word, to do whutover sh<> please.l,
and added: "Here, a* alaownere, people amuae
themselves wlth dlscusslons, hon mots, sland.-tltig
thelr nelghbora, an.l the like "
Mr Morrls remnlnod a bachelor untll ho was
flfty-flve t. ars OM. He then marrled Aunt Cary
Randolph. a descondant of one of the flrst famlllo*.
of Vlrglnla. an.l, It Is snl.l, of Pocehontaa They
were marrled nt ol.l Morrlsnnln on Chrlslmas I'ny
Among the famoua people enterteJned by them
wero Loula I'hlllpp*. Due d'orleans. afterward
Klng <>f France; John Vlctor Moreau George
Washington, Ilenjamln Franklln an.l Qeneral I.a
ln wrltlng to hls frlend Slmeon do Wllt Mr
Morrl* once sald "The I Ile proJ.-.-t for maklng
brldgos across th.- North and Baal rhcrs can
n*v.-r i.ccupy the attentlon of conslderato men To
Bay they are Impraotlcable would bfl rash. but they
-rcrtaliily cunnot bu bulll but ut un ?.-xp-'iise lu
finltely beyond any a'dvantages fhey ran offer and
what Is more. If they were nir< ady bullt, the Hty o.
New-Vork would tind ll h 'henp bergnln to aet
them takon awav for U.OOO.orn fl.ioh b?lng the faet
It follows that th<- only troct r.f country whlrh ls
easlly nnd ronsfnntly aorossihlo would i.e the I
county of West.-hosier."
The Morrls proporty ls now owned by tho foar
d.iugl.ters of Go.iverne./r Morrls, Jr.
WOMEN AS iNVKNTORS.
THEY ENTER EVERV FIE1.D WHER1
MEN' HAVE HEEN KJOCMfPUIai
KMOI tMAQfMM THKY HAVE I>I8r*OVHntr*'[> THF. BB
fRFTT 09 PK.nf'KTIAI. MOTIOV. FSPT KO
BOTKM IH TAKKN 09 TIIKM
Prlor to IM thoro woro soareely half a Ant*m
pateatS taken out by women, aml of the aev?
eral hundred mo.lel* now on rxhlbl'lon al the
I'at'-nt OITIof. nino-t.-nfhs havo hSSB iBVSated wl'hln
tho Inst twenty yo.ir-.
At tho Atlnnta BSpOSttloa tho flrst dlapUy of
Btrlctly women'-. lavaattoas ovor mai.- m t(-.i- .-,.
try wiim arrangod by the Pateal OfBce Iri t>
c-rnn.ent <xhlt.lt. says a wrlf.-r lr. "The Ir, ]*.
pgpdent." Not leas than oas baadred and tarea
ty flve mo.i.-is, abowlag the Bchtevemenl y
women In the flel.l of laventlOB, were ahoWB .nd
many of tb.-'.., w?-ro hh jrreat a BUrpfflBS to tfeg
w'.nien of tho coantry sa to tba tne*. ,\ great
iirnount of tgnorat..-.- of 'he Ur.? rifI- ? . ,,f
women has b'-r-n ourrent In th.r past. owm^ partly
... tha laeh of Inten il <ho?n l.y wnm-n ln pateatn
early ln th.- preaent eeatory, and partly t>. tr,.- ,d
dennesa >.f woman'a developmenl .'.* an Invi ?? r
Ons Mew-Magland woman hni mada beraoM
wealthy bj bar rnventlons, ons akme sarnlng BBjtR)
a sateet an bulldlng blocka, with barallad onda
nn.l altsraata rt?wa of tongasa snd groovea for
locltlng tbem together, araa taken oui i -. /
Meyenberg, of Chleago, recently, Ahby ri. v.,?a,
of Provfdsaee, R. I., patented durlng tha c-.n?
month nn Improv. d buttOI Ittlng rr.a.-hina,
by which ths dlstanes betweea tha bal a
Butomatlcally measdred /Vn improv.-! ? i q <?*>
liifrli-ate nrashlng n.... i.lne. wlth the washb. .rd at
tho bottom. was patSBtCd bv CedltS A. I r.
n-vi ? water liitor by Mtnerva it Bucklsy; a por.
I ti#re rope by It.Tthn Cronenberg, and a fricttotg
Mngo by Emmellne W. Philbrook.
Tbo offlclal organ of the Fat.-nt Offlco <> il Mshea
tb.* iist of patenta granted every wi ;. and the
namea ..f aeveral women Inventora ippear ?
nearly every P'^ko. T.*n jear-. a^ i i- waa Impoealble
to iin.1 a woman Inventor Ii ftea
than two or three tim.s a year
Patenta are now taken out by women on .trl
cultural Implementa, mlnlng machlnery. < l< tr.. al
cobtrlvanceo, and even general rallroad and mill
The value of the pntents Invented by wotu-n d*
penda upon how ona i....ks _t tha queatlon. a n "n
d.t of women Inventora :ir?- maklng large ro i
upon their slmpl" Inventlona and oth. i
aulred fortun.-s upon more Intrlcate prod
thelr getilus. Seores of slmpl.? ho tsehold .*.r:*i dreag
articlea have been Invented by women, and
sl.los brlnglng In money to them they are leaaefllng
the labor ..f thouaanda >?f women throughout the
country. A woman knows Intultlvely What _
need. .1 ln a house, and her genlua has made modern
convenlencea that ar<- brlnglng In rich roy.illlea
There aro OVOT one liundr. -1 raluabla peteStl
tak.-n out by women, whb-h yleld I.I foctunea to
them Tiiiuiially. und mntiy othera Whlck ??? ?!?'
tlned tO sell w-|| when tbey li.iv.- bOOH pul upon 'ho
market. One woman InventOT ls drawirg
?'?'"' a v.ar f..r g atmplfl gtove button. r I I an?
other baa cotned money from an ad latabla
wT.ist aupporter. There aro many heaith devleea
i atented by women, sa.-h ;is water fllters. jrose
aupportera, ihoulder braeea aad eserclalng nn
In tlie matter of amall Inventlona for aimpUfytnfl
woman'a wardrobe, nea bava generally Ied "ie
way, an l avea to-dai they tatce out far moi
? nts of thls nature th;.n the women .1" Th<
however, are frultful ln Inventlng toya, puaalea and
gam.-s f..r young people, and aome of our most suo?
ceaaful on. ? ara pla. ed to th< lr i redlt Th. d. rnand
for n.w gami ? and toya la
..ur dtlea that a number <>f women Inventorfl make
i. btg Income ln oentrlvlng aomethlng new In thla
llne every aeaaon. M..i.\ >.f thelr Inventlona ?re
not patcn'ted in thelr namea, bul Arm* and dealera
ln toya an.l gam.s buy the thlng out right fr.-m
them an.l secur.* th.- patent Consequently the r.-al
Inventora do t>..t recetve the rrodlt due t.. them,
an.l the offldal re.ord doea nol tell the whol. -t-.ry.
There are naturall) many patenta ipplktd ror ny
women that ar.- rejected because th- Idea*. bave
already bean eovered by othera A conald rawe
number of the appllcatlona contaln Ideaa that ..re
..f no value whafever and they nre often r<
..n the soon* of abaurdlty. Mut In thls Nepec*. tne
women Inventora do nol differ from thi men >'""**
silly and lrrntion.il Inventlona are sent to tba i <t
ent Offlc- than can be Imagtned Mun ?**__"
companled by elaborate modela and drawlng*, but.
through the ignorance ..f th. Inventora. aome viihi
prlnclple of mechanlc* is neglected whlch stampa
tho whob crentton a* nbsur.l.
l.ne or two wumen bave aven sent in modeu ror
maohlnea dalming to aolve the royaterj ol i" *"?? '
ual motlon. but iih a rullng of the Patent < "tnce
has ex-Iuded all pntents of thls nature from ????n
sl.leratlon, the npplicatlons were natur.illy r. ] Clfla.
FOR THE EECOXCEXTBADO OEPBASE
It Ib expected that when Clara Hart n re nh*fl
\V:i*-htngton she wlll urge the clalm of tha reoon
centraaa otrphhaa ta Ooveeatawal iM Already the
Rod Croaa baa ajada pmvision f.>r twelve hundred
chlldren In th.- twelve hom., aacgMMfead M 'he
I*rovln<*es of Mivm. Matxiizn* and Santa Clara.
Mt*** nartnn aaya thera ara preeabty flft> thou
sTind orphans runnlng wlll In tb.- town* ?f Cuba If
Ihe people of the Unlted Stat. s Woul.l lend the B????
essnty ald to the work. ahe declared, all ol these
chlldren could be roscue.l fiom the eoadltlone un?
der whlch thev now fl-Stflt, BOd placed In a poeltlOB
to become uaeful members of the communitl.s upo?
whlch they a**e now but a h.-avy hurden
PAST THE FOI E8COE8 \lll.FsTo\E.
Mtss Flojren.v Nightingale. whom .ver> lirltlflb
soldler honors. celobr.ite.l ber etghtleth blrthday ln
May. a few days before Queen VlctorU reached
hers. Mlsa Mghtlngulc ls uow iu Icvble heaith.