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GESTIOXS TOR AFTERNOON BLOUSES. v Teas, tVeddings and ■ ■ • ' AT ■ ■ ■ ■ -•« • -'-■ • r.i— :;.!*:• — . : »:. ■ and tasti;; ■ SOCIAL INTEREST ■ 1 : h . c I ■ ■ Mr*. R. ■ - ■ - I ■ Idaraa, •y i.'as- I ■ ■ - - i ■ Kr.ox ■ - ".v. B. I ' ■ ■ ■ r ,.. naettßg of J:-«or kmrtttnj No. 10 of : tit the home of . ■ son. So. IO West Feventy-frnirth f b, fifty —haw have No. ». The I ""> work for a •• . girl at the Stony Wold Banal rtam. ■• • 1 tana the Brat chUdren's auxiliary was -.- by Mrs. Oeorsa v. Bhrady. and • ■ :k for the taaatectam. The . ■ . ■ ■ ■ . nr.d will consist - - • gfoam-Qpa. Mrs. Walter linn, Miss Evelyn Bolt, II -s Elizabeth Whartan Mlnrtilsnn »C«>wcomb was present and ppoVe • ror Stony Wold, three • the life of the .,1 of the gain th. has 1 been opened. Auxiliary No vr. Mor.roe BxnUh. Pehuy :r.m Van Voorst War ; . Crutaley. Umlsa K. i'io 1 ■ ".'1 i-- '«• Robert H. Daa • I .,s . Krr.i.rick, •-. r ■ ■ tm M. ■ ■ ■ ■ . ■ alhoun aad the Mfaw I - Hr aafl Wn S*mm FMw. Of New-York. ar« r a V..use at V too. l^r.R Island. ,rb«ro they have for seveeal years spent tbetr rumnen Mrs -Trrnes Batdßaß. Jr. fWinerty of Nrw- Tork. has removed to Pltec-sU Ormsntown. Phll ■ . . .-ertslr.M by Mr. . , - BI 1 ,h,:r many frleads. n <>r ■ I of ft »W ■ NEW-YORK DATTA* TRIBUTE. BUNDAT, FFRRTWRY 28. 1901. • vo.. entertained Mrs. Uflgrd at luncheon on Hot) day. The homr of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas (Mm, i: B<llevil]e-ave.. Hooaafletd N. .1.. *-i!« Urn SCaM ■• a BMBS. and brilliant recrprion on Tue.day nirclit from 8 to 11 •'ckKk, which v. .is attandsd l>y Rvi hundred people from ni! ;i:Tts of Xew-Jrr?rv ;t n< 3 New-York The p.irlors w^re prettily doeorati ■' for the oceaaioa *!?!• petted palm*, DUci and E I Hah ivy. together with ro*«-s of ml} coll Mr n:id Mrr. O-ikrs were :>«;si--t.?<l in rmMll *y 0 • <]..-:rhter. M!rs Mis Oakes, :in-l 1\ M;.-s TU!i. Pnr-. of r.T=to n . Peas . Mis* \\ nfc Bennett, of K..rt H.in-.i'.ton Xew-Yorlc. nnd the Mil if Ju!i<-r Q .\:A Ndljo '■:-.•■: of 1.,, .rr.'l ' nieces of M' Oafcaa. Arti' ■ those present werf Mr and Mrr. TtHHHJI IffOoai au, Vr. and Mr« W.-ils. Mr. niM Hi Horn.". Kljijt. Mrs. Charles H. HmlMi. Mr. and Mr*. Robert M"<s. Hr. n..l Mi«. X. 1,. i\ n ry. Mr. :m 1 lira. T. 11. Jotmsott, Mrs. Qeocge \V. Co.>k. Mr. Bod. Mrs, <;. ". COOK Mr. aii'l Mr- .1. A. 1..-v. • r- : . •». Hr. ;iid Htm ton P Dodd Ur. sad Urn. Joseph M M.-vin. Mr and Mra Joseph «'. Morris. d Htm. John Nrwton. !>r :u .1 Mm I!.::'' B. Richard. It and Mr* \v l! Hroughton. Vr- S W. DuffieM, Ker.neth Q 1 mf7i -I-l A B. V*l . T.l' v . Mr. and Mrs. .v >'orv John*on »:'••• Helm Newton, the };■ v <;..«n-. L Curtis. Ilie. Rev. J w ; -V 11. N indlello. Mr. :.n.! Mm John W. Dun rr.v. tl " M: ' - Duncan, Marry Womter, William J. iVor?t<r, Edward O. Ward. 1r Miss Jo*»phtne IVnis. Mr. an. l Mrs. William Scant. Dr ai Ncl?.-.T, Chlttcrllnx. Mr nnd kli : • ■ v. I>r. :tnd Mrs. Charles H. Balk*) Utan Bailer. Dr. Edward M. Ward. If nnM Mr> \V H Whit.-. .Mr. nnd Vr« <\ V. H:i-ri-..;i. MIF« VircUii;-. Har \nnftto Elftrrfavm. Mr a?") Mrr-. Pliny Bord. Jnbn F\ Capen, Loul*. Bernard an.l Howard Cantn. Mr. and Mm Collins Hiss \lt.. If. Dickey, f"i Mr. and Mro. Wilson Lynns, nil of Hli>.»nifl<Mil: Mi<-s JnlH Ooe^.eck*. Mls« X !.-••»■■ Thfirr^ \Ti and Mr- Ho»ard M Thoma<«. Mr and Mm. Edward «; Howe, Mr an 4 Sin Ellsworth Donne. Mr. an.l Mr-, A. J. Lock wood 1. P. Fireng. Ml?* •.!■!■■:.. )^r..T\rr antl Mr. i\>vJ Mrs. K. }• Mitchell nil of •■:••' EUdxe. and Mr. and Mr? rr->^ is- !>• I Mr. nnd Mr-; H. X Rcerrtt. >Tr. «n«l Mrs. >:. I". HltCbdl ar.ti Hr r>nJ Kc.\n. of Sewark. A rereption to th* Hey. sir^l Mrs. r. O. I-.ivey. of CjPPCf Jlont'l.iir. X. J , m.i? ionilcird by ttM mem bers of Th^ Chriatlan Cntoa r"ortcrf»rrnti<i!Tal •■'iiir' % ri on Tuesday nlshl in honor of th.^ lir^t am>l**iinj> rf Mr. lATvoy's pastorate. In the club V.i'l on Mot Mr. nid Mr?. Ctafisa Winters, of It.nre.yt.. mnrwnfklJ. X. J . relfbratrfl their stlrer -w-ddtnK anniversary on PHday nltrht with n rcceptloo to .1 Targe ■■r. :•■ <:" friends from Xew-Y<>rk and N- ■ - Jeraey. lira ".imifi 1: To-..m. o* CaMweti. • h annl-v erSM ' ■ : . ,'my. Mr a.-sd Mr«. QtSZta H. Jocobua, of •U'!l!lam« hridtre, gave a dinner in Monday evening- Tlie o:-.ii,?r room 'vas decorated with the Batter! OOlora. A haxd^omo trot loaded '■''■ ''■• ' •"a rr<l > ".i*rrles gra.~- .1 with a picture of Oeorge Wash !:is:ton. and with the proverbial hatchet at Its root*. w.;s the oetitroplei-'*. The favors were small batch ets tied with red, white and Mi;* rllibon?. Those, r>re«<-nt ■at. Mr. and Mri *'har!eß B. locobus. Mrs. ' mm* E. Haflett. Dr. >; Cr. Palmer, Mr an.l Mrs. Oiarles WHson 8011. Mr. and Mrs John H.Uiott. Mr. nnd Mr* Frank Edward Joeo b M, Ml«s Marjory Mi'.r. Ml?s Daisy Mac Cue and Miss Knana Jocobus. Mrs. Milton F>k Frown, of No. 135 West Or.» '-twenty-rlnth-st . gave a reception resterdajf In honor of her f'.aushter, Mra. Arthur Milton M^riiiis. of Providence. R. L Mrs. M.-- C*rt!Us t« a* one of the autumn brides. Mrs, Brown ■n-r>s nr«:?ted In receiving »>y Mri. David Rvarts, >:rs>. Francis J Fcrnald, Mrs. Abraham Quacken b..s and Mips vylyn Howell. The iymphony Club, an iaatkm cnmr >'"I'l" I 'l solely of musicians, held Its Brat annual ball Thurs day evening at the Harlem Arcade, In Bast One v::r(!rrd-ar.d-ficenty-fourth-?t. Preo^Jlnß th<* ball the club p:-ve a concert by the com. Ined or-hestras of Profepsor f^orge C. White end rr^f^s?"r Morris May. Mr?. A. A':frod T)irr«" *& v » a reception to the Ivy facial Club at her •-.». No. V» Wiest One hund"Nj-ani-thlrty-yecond-st. on Tuesday evening. The bis decorations were vlo'.ets and ivy leaves. Those present were Mr. ax Mr?. Joh-.i D. Mohr. Mr. nr.d Mrs. P. Fred»r!<-k Altman. Mr. and M;s. John Xerrttt, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Dal>. Mr. f>r.d Mrs. f.ecrge WmdeSl. Mr. nnd Mr?. CTUI'.Sia <-} QlWl— . Mr. end Mm. Morris Pioii. Dr. ■ "' Mrs Welzmlller. Mr. and Mr=. -■jnklyn Eddow«B Mr. and Mr? Kur<*r.e P. Colilna. Mr. and Mrs. .lames T^nwience Clarke. Mr and Mrs. Hubert J Barker. Mr and Mrs <"r.arles Utnsrow, Mr. and Mrs. \\ lll iam H lluj* Mr. and Mrs. Fiemir.K Day, Mr. and Mrs Eugen^ Vaksttne^ Mr. and Mr?. MeivilU "louse. Mr. and Mrs. WlUtam Gib^?. Ml?> It ie n.amf iy a:i« Miss Marie Pilot. The tenth anniversary of the wedding of Mr. «nd Mrs. Reuben Stone was celsbrati at their home. in Woodlawn. or. Th ITSday fvonlng, by a pithfr ir.K of their friends. Mr« Stone wore her bridal cc-Ftume. The tappet at mldntpht was enlivened by many toasts. Among the quests were Mr. and Mrs. Jam's MrDowil, the HteSM M^Dowrll. of Mount Vernon: Mrs. D. Hssster, Mi?s Marie Mess lar of Tonkcrs; M'ss Basis Voorhess, M'ss ramp- Wl'l. of Kew-Branswlck, X J . Mrs. Thompson. Miss Conklln. Mr. and Mrs. Wililam BortOT, of En plrwood X . J . : Mr. nr.d Mi «. «iarwo.od. o* Brook- Rev and Mra W F. Brash. Mr. and Mrs. L Hewitt. Mr. and Mr-. Weigand, ; ■* M ■ Wel car.d. Mi?n Jennie M< Xalr. O-orfeo Ail* r., Jlifs Dan netta I'opt Msks Harriet Ray and Mr. and Mrs Frederick Corwln, of Woo<;iawn. Th*» tMrtr-firpt anniversary of the «"Thapln Home for the Ap<*a sad Infirm. No. 151 East Slxty-slxth et . will be held ne-st Thursday from 3 urtil 10 o'clock p. m. Th°re will be addresses by promi nent ministers ard a programme of mostc and reci tation ha« been arm- nod. I.ieht refreshments ar.J a cupper ft la carte will bs served. Attractive funcy and us- ' articles will be on sale. TV« unrasJ election of lbs National Society of New-England Women, held at Delmonico's on Th':rsdqy. resulted in th»» election of the fallowing; offlce-s: Mr-. T'.icooore F. Baward. second vlce ant; Mrs. Albert H. iii-kmore, assistant SW retary; Miss I.izzto Woodbury Ut, assistant treas urer, four new members on th» board of managers, Mr*. Thomas H. Whitney. Mrs. Dearborn Adasis, .".I;- Charles E. Qolniby and Mr... Leroy Bunder land Smith. By unanimous \otf> of the society, th<» brancbea will hereafter be known •>■ in. : -me of "colonies." Km Hesalßa ilnrn" for ci-.ildrpn fill ben tly ;it •it. Mrs H II ■ the Church of Ihe Mea ,- a. ami Tbirt] -fourth it., are I - os. Ksrcfl v - . f'-r the v ford monologi ' ■ - ■I he ■ ■ ■ A "costume reading*' will be given at Delo r United Btai ■York. Tho toctoi ■ ■ ■Tosaea Lai ' Xew-T«M ■ ■ rlub. will * ■ ■ • ' ■ . ■ ■ : ■ ■ No. #11, Palter Building, Tnv-pty-third-at. and Kifth-ave. Under th* ansptctS of the ••'*-op<-rative BBtsTtab> rent Chlb. -\(!t;iir! ?rhley will give n dSSertpttoa •>f personal expertcnea ol • • ■• r-'..-r o\ pedltlon at u ■•■ WaMoif-Astoria next Tin iiaj atgbt it S.."^> o'clock. *l"h« ;nl»!rc«s wOl ba foDowsdl by a . t-. th» Arimir.ii and Mrs S<-!;1< y. No tickets will 1>" on nit for Admiral f^hley's ."<tiir'>. but non -members <>f the r!uh wlahinp t.> ni;,v write ff.r cirds <>f admission to the ' HJtrbcock. •<( N •■ I Ni'i ty-1 iurth-st., >>r to tl • rW-preuJdent. !■!• lertck Pierson, of Ko SO West Fifty • u-si. ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ Th^ • of r v ie nursi-s of the An entertatnxnent for thr bencHt or AaOhn No. !•". S;,.ny Wold Sanatorium, will be given at the auditorium of the Horace Han School. -hun dred-«nd-twentletb-st. and Broadway, nest Tues •j.iy afternoon, ;<t 3 o'clof-k. Miss Paatiits Her f'T.l w;;: give som" monolr!Kue<«. anti Mix J>.->." i?;>;iy. ptaalst, and Huns KronoM. Ve'.iUt. will play. Tickets may be had fro;-i hhil check* made piy.i !■• ■" Mrs. Prank J Bwsdroo. No. 'i»> Riverside Drive, or Mrs. Jam. s j: Wheeler. No. 433 West One-hundred-and-seventeeath -at. Seats nro 51. balcony BO ■ ■ Auxiliary N\>. :S is composed of women of the Columbia roiJrpe circl". and hi sopportins in the sanatorium .■ yoaag jtlrl si.ff. rl from taberra lo?l<=. Mr:;. Monroe Smith I 3 chairman of this auxUiaxy. The tri' nstel convention of the tMsraatloaal Order of th<> Daughters of tjj^ Klnt,-. which was to ba\.- been held m Boston in eonjaactloa with the General Convention of Urn Episcopal Church next October, will not go to that city. There arc • I ry j. : m chapters cf the order in Boston r..n.1 thr : 3* found it Impossible, to cope with the task of enter taining the four hundred women who UMi.Uly at tend the convention. X*>w-Haven n.is made a bid frr the convention, and according to presmt arram ■ rr.. r.t< it will ko there. Connecticut fas more chapters of the order than any othrr diocese, though the various dioceses in thta Btat< altogether number nmrr chapters. Mrs. M B. Brsd>7 ( of this elty, ta t lio jresid^nt of the c."d?r. The Mothers* Circle, in connection with U i Ds6> ford Park Public School, boM Its regular monthly meeting Tuesday afternoon at the sch'-'olhouse. The Rev. A. 11. M- Kinncy. who delhrered an ad dress on "The Adolescent Period." made an ear nest appeal lo the mothers to study their children carefully, and to guard thoir word* and actions, so that the child should Borer doubt tli»ir affection. Mr. r>avi«. the principal of the school, said: "I have to tell the same story rvory time I a-Mreys you. and that is the -it help th» Mothers' Circle is to us teacher? > v - c have no w vof measuring it. the lielp appears In so inai... ways." Mrs. <ieorge < amerori siinK several Scotch ballads that were • joyed by all present. Mrs. Frank Vander beck the retiring president In :i hort address tliankrd the women for t:ie<r support anri peneroim help durlnc her term of offlce. Iteports were read by the secretary. Mrs. -George Bchmitt: the trfas urer, Mrs«. Thomas Hedtey; the chalrmnn of com mitter?. Mrs S. M. Balser. and Mr*. W. X As • The. snnual election to.'.k place, and the [lowing w^r^ elected: Treoldcnt. Mrs. B. M. ivilzer: vice-president, Mr?. T. W. Thompson; secretary. Mrs Charles Graham: assistant secretary. Mrs. William Mac Knight; chairman of the. reception committee. Mr?. 11. Weils; chairman of the enter tainment committee. Mrs. P. O. Jeffreys; chairman of th.- visitii a; committee. Mrs. .Tohn HotaUns; chairman of the decoration committee, Miss M. B. Stout, and advisory ir.othT. Mrs. John Haupt- Over twelve hundred JnvitJitlor.s T\ere sent out by tho women in cnarge of the Architectural L-eapu tea, lic'.d yesterday afternoon from 3 la ''■■ It ■«>■' the first departure of the kind evr attempted by the leasrue, and was In line with many of the "ther innovations instituted during this, the nine teenth annual exhibition. The patronesses were Mrs. Robert W. Gibson. Miss Myra H. Martin. Mrs J. William foSdlekk Mrg. Kenyan Cox, Mrs .Janvs Brit-». Mrs. Charles FT. Israels. Mr?. John De Witt Warner. Miss Greaves. Mrs. Woodruff ly^ming Mrs r>*derlck Ootthold. Mips Eli*»beth Pinler 'Mrs Frederic crowninshleM. Mr?. 1-: P. Bperfv, Mrs <^h irles Lamb. Mr.-. «;for~e W. Hreck. Mrs "Warren K. Friggs. Mrs. Frink Pu Mond, Mrs William Cooper. Mrs Frederick S [Jj-ri l . Mr« J 1 (ingdon hr >»ler. Miss B;idd. Miss Arch bold Miss Bturgl*. Mr- Henry HornbjwieJ Mra L ?. Hoiden. Mrs. J. If. Preedlander Mrs. P. £ Wald. M;»s Alice Jones. Mrs. Frail; E. Pallia. M»-5 Alfred Meyer. Mrs. Bryson Burroughs, Mrs. Frank Millet sndvMlssJ«netßcudder. Th-> tea was hul in the galleries of th- Fir° Arts m h id In t n* Arti Building No. ?U West Fifty-feventh-st.. the wom^n receiving in th'j VanoerbUt Gall- ry. The Ladles' Flkur Chollm Society bastrlal School will K)\e its annual Piirim festival next Wednesday afternoon at 2 O'clock. In Its new rooms. No. W Fors J th-st.. n*ar Bwcano. A musi cal pfosjatum* wm bs gtven telbj. HH ' J^ f ,«« Mack secretary of the •ociety: Annj^ Merritt. Mta Elta Bchwarts and Julius ttccV;. Th. POpUa of the school will perform miscellaneous c\'r:ses. William Uutler Teats will address the members of th« Women's Fniverslty I lib an l their guests on "Poetry in the Old rime and In the N>w." next Thursday^evening, at S:U o'clock, at the souse. No. W Gramerey Park. \ pretty scene tck r\ac» a few days ntro at th« CoUegtmte School, Trtotty Bcbool and Matty r-.r l?h School, when Miss Mary Van Bven Vanaer poel. in her capacity cf rtSCat of Miry Wa-sh in=:..n OoloaiaJ Chapter, Daughters of the Ameri can Revolutloo, ptesented lo each a bcautifntly fraaod fac-atadta of the Dectaratton or Indopeo dmce. The CoDegtate School i» probably thn old est in the country, having been established in con nection ... old CoUegtata «.T.ur< n n ICD, or ..., i n before Harvard ciiepe was founded th.--h-.ir. <n tablets, la Ibe roU f the beadmas »«■■ ard u\o t.upilJ rr< m its foundation 4 1 FSS'J'ws&waisS who accompanied her were cordially rs , . -;.i: Vr the ■ Slle'gtate 8. hool.the boys K^y. the public. Th« pictures wore flamed in <!«! "ak. The pupils of the Music School Settlement will Five a benefit concert for the school on tn« after noon of March M. Nt » o'clock, m Mmflifnhii Hafl, No. us West Fortleth-st. They m ill h»v» th- m .- of Mme. Brhumann-netnk. M. Pab.o SSa^andMrTMiimeir. mini orchertm darn Th" board of managers of the J i Tort Home f,,r Convalescents will meet to-morrow at 3 o'cLick at the Buckingham. At it^ regular mcaltni jrest«fd«J f.-irenoon at the ilotn Bncktogham the Women's .\::Tiiiary to the American Bccoic and UWorlfl Preservation BoeSsty voted to send a letter of thanks to President Cas sldr of O-ieens f"r his courage In standing by hi* convictions on 1O matter of the Fraunces Tavern Park and speaking and voting for n at the public fore th ['■■ > ani of Estimate and Appor tionment on last Friday. A n-unin itlnc cummltte* was also nj inted as foUows: Mr* Oeorce Bte .,> . -!-.:■ chnlrman; Mrs. l^tm Marl*. Mrs. James Blanchard Mrs Samuel Milfor.l niar.-hfnrd and Mrs James Ramtoll The anm.:il m»-etir. k - will ■ on th>- flnrt Tuesday in April. Xo definite step was taken with •••^iri to tho PVaanesa' Tav rr:. I'ark ni;>tt« r. Mr an.l Mrs. H. W. Mil la will b« the guests of Mr- I B Stone r\Ti.l Mrs F F. HuhUfff. Ncx U0 West ;"ifty-nlnth-st.. durlnt; th" week. • . .- ■ • Who intends ■ ..f the • i will at ■ ■ ■ WITH BROOKLYN CLUBS. - rrssi 'II ' • »tay. ~ . , ,-. - tS I the .-.!. a"..l ' him at *■••* - 'hat tr;.«ts ■ • The rt ? j!ir ■WOtBBS of th«» F. ■ , ■ • ■ A was hi Id on Tuesday afternoon, at the hume 1 1 ;■.•!■ :.mi. Kb, n OMwDat, Mn. f .:. »; was chatnoaa of th»> day, aad Iba pr^ Kramnie was fb> thr- in- st part a musical on<". Two sliorr '^■r rr.i,;. The first. "Tht 1' • ' tht ICblO teenth Century." by Mrs. Fraal Avery, aad I other by Mrs. flodiTini. "Tkausportatloa b] am! Waterways." The m-.i<:<\i! Bumbrra on lbs programme were surf? hy Mi^-s Sandir* Mtxa Clarke and m:?s Welkin. I. •■-.:: \! ■ pave several violin «otos. Tte prei C. K. Donne Son. occuple-1 the ch.iir. Th- Pros pect Will hold Its annual bi AprH 13. th»» Moßtauk «'!ub. Th^» .innua! n and election of officers will takr- place on T March t, at the> Montauk. A luncheon will follow. NEW-JERSEY SOCIETIES. Waahtagtaafa Birthday was edsbratsd *"*"t*r In Xew-Jersey by functions la which many prom inent clubwomen took part. A naaafcss a " I Morrirtown tn attend tha asoaal etsshrattaa j* tha Washington BMdQnartam In i"'rar«:» ■ large i - sjat was piven m t!:e ever-.ir.? at the E.-»sex ■ Countr: Chso bama, r"y Ocasgi 'hapter I Of IbO ROVOtßttoa. < "overs »p« laid for ci^ v ■■ bwhwtlng nsmghnitl a^ well as) g«aa an.: f .-•■ BMff Sfen r.lso fully r>-'pres>rit<i.l ;it the large recep tlon which preceded th" dinner. T:-.>; after dinner speakers Included Mrs. Di -aid McLean, regent of Nes ". - : ■ hapter of the r>nt:zhters of th*» American Revolution: Miss Adailn- Bterttafe rr»s; rfpnt «:'-neral of th» Danshters of tbe R-»vo!i;'ior, utA Mrs. Henry P. Battay, ifftfMtnt of tha Wom an's Club. The annual entertr!nm»r.t course of t v » WeeaaaTa rinb <>? orange was brought to a close on Wodatta* * s y nfrrrnoop, -gritri a reading by HaliafaJ IMni of two selections frim h"r pQhOsbsd works, m ar'i cle entitled. 'Th'i ■half ar.-i ■ ;*h.nrt stor:-'. "l'-.» Immediate J^wtl." Mrs. I>-la::i had expected to delrrer a hwtora as 'Vodcrn ii-tion." but a pr^f erence was cxpn^s^.i for o-.-i^nai askfctlona "The Shelf represented the unenviable position to which the yoooxer generatloo consfgna the elder, when we have learned to :ivvr' h»>n>l tho yoonfl pie's p«ihit f view, thoQgb hnaglnation at:>l rym pathy, then." she said in f-losinsr. "we are no ' get on the shelf; we are of t;-.e elect! For the ■ the dad I - the poir-sii'illty oi growth it. IdaoiSL^ A special BBSOttl of th« Le^al Aid Association of N"ew-Jers*y '.r,is b*W on Friday afternoon at the Tourar Women's Christian A^scclation roorrn In Newark Plans sran rna«l>: for a faupWOß to be gtva aft^r F.^'fr, at which several ptasßtasM sptak'-rs wU bi heard ard the objects rt the as«o etatlOß bro-'ght into vim. Thta wl.l ba Iba first social mef-tin* held by this society. whi~li Includes rtmons Its officers and eosMhotatl agnM si the heal knows, clubwooien aad philanthropist?. Mrsi S-oTrirt Hnrrshcrn Is djatffly lntTerteJ In the legal a.d work, ar.d was one of tho founders of the asso ciation. Its o^e^t is to :.v •;-.( aaatst ir. ••• |a persons unable to employ an attorney. Bad miry of Its cases are puttied out r>f court by its lawyers, who Include both men .ir.'i »f,m»::. On tho board of directors are Mrs TlMNimt T. Kinney. pres:<i-r.t of the Colonial Pam»* of Xew-.7»rsey: Mrs. Thomas d. Henry, preatteal <■>' tha i.jtlc Clb prest d'-nt of Philitsdpoma; Pr. Mary T>. Husscj'. meia. ber of the e\ • • ( the National aiiffra<e Association; Miss ' v - rd. head worker at Whittier Hoo» . ;r* <"■■ rgi W !'-. -- tof the 1 r.ouniTS 1 League; Mrs. C. B. AJes.in !t. n«*istant r rnJ ~-it' or i officer of Hud .-on County, and other pron!re:;t w^rr.^n of the State. irk. rr»: - on Drj r*owl« - ■ ■ The TV'om.in> C\::b of : a meotfsaj iv st the Mrs. BsSWf . ■ ■ - S. S V The N»w ■ - THE RELIANCE TORSETTE DRESS IJnlr.js have liirhf -orset stay* and laces, giving support and comfort to the w-ar-r MasMffcrnr-sa by V. K. I^.iw» * Sons. No. C!! to tSt Rodney- st. Brooklyn, and on sa!<» :it first c!«ss "d-oart m«r.t at^r**. ' cA^. SwruytiAxyn 933 BroaJwajr 21-22 Sts Beautiful Hair Goods :■ : v r:nj»i '- ' -. • -' <-ir>»rr-. !.1 T.3W qtiaittr ". 7'rin r.-- T>.r xwmmm !s fr><> large - ■ :n I;! <X< ■.',.. 80l I »-ri ■r. . k • i v> J^r? J*vT BMrten 1 * Brnn.la aa<l Myrrli +m*9. \ \\y tMVS Br-s. y ! • . M-ic; s ■* m '.'■' n-tu..:i- I^l>uratory. Drtlforii farh. N. . S. CASOii. LADIES* TAILOR. . , % . ■ , • «-.snn;e»«l. I : ■ , ■' - . fTTa.'-* £\ . . ■.!->•,!• W'.-I • . ■« AMM : .:- .. .- •' ■■ . ■■■'• ' f>. N. ■>. L- •. s r\i>. '•» ■'■ VMHsd Oowa ot xi :::■ ■ Mnr.rtrt.l. H4IR ON FACE stitut!o-i. A per e-iplta asses-men*, w!'.; b« tho ! ;idnpteit la m»r.y of tie iocs! crcar.lxaf.ona. Htsa LOBDM Fi? ■ v -.-r >'a.» .t<t lecture- on "Hans S.. ba, the Cobbler P > -. M t>.» open tneet'.ng of •t Hour n:;V> cf M.^fi. hen. N. J.. at ho.-nr> cf Miss Mern-f. :.ist Tnursdar. Tho dra^tnc room sc**i-<i abo'ir ese hundred «pi»sf » Mrs. ilc ■rh. Of X-w-Vork t fy. pianist. afa*aa\ and 11 r»txon. >f Xew- Brunswick, wlio.i* I as Just b»?en announced to Mr. Edgar. of M- lichen, OS Tb«» Women's Political St .*.y Clut) of XTyonrtrg. N. J . whl meets every second Tuesday at tha> horns cf Mrs. Hartshorn .snwi In lnr»rest- If* member* conttn:;" to rtudv wi?*i *>.» prlnelpt* in ■i.xt "am ounce of fad b aMstß a ton of ry." Th«» X'tghborhood! Association of Wyoming. N. J. has begun Its work among the eiek by m> - or:* district trained nurse ar.i fitttrig h» out w;:h evsrythtßgj aocsaaarj fir h*r wcr!t tLEAN^ • pht:csop* > Ts har^« said about aiarriafw ■MM BBabs a fairly !ar*"> book, but these sayings ■fgßl not alw.iys be ra a'.ogTied ** "philosophy" It Is recorded of best Spencer that he rejoiced! at aajtlaa n^ver rrarrii»<!. Bacaoai so many of fcis ■ •a ho had 'ior.e. so came at lencth only to tol • -ir wives and Montaigne compared mar -r> Ida '■Hig'qgj to yet in and the tin'.s within lor:j?:n;r to get out. "Of min<* cwn wijd'tm." wrot« th" «reat Frer;'-hman. "woulrl m h^r^elf have, hai me t should hare re • . ared ner." Ho =nr.jpl7 'let himself b«» 1 '. by 1 ustomw" Yet ho admitted on another n thai tha company of falre and the so ciety of h""r.e»t ... :=< 1 BaMOt eaasflMgca*" Th« Bfaaasj 3arah B«rnr.:irilt wears tn "I* Sot m '.o';*'.?. Wat tapoaafbll •> deserl"be, says an observer. Th»y ar«i • ■-rrtpose'i of softly clinging anJ ex(v;is!te!v embrridered materials that tad flitter mtth all t;ie charac;-rtst!?s ef Baotrm maj a tri-'.e belt of precious* stones enzonea bat wa'.st. giving t>.at e!orgs,ti»ft :.;o alcfeVcce to which Sarah has long ac ■ i r.er almirers. rcwa and rows of oll^<» skaaeoj uqber ar.d other barbaric beads of many • ■oinrs festoon from r;»cic ;o n•»t^'•r limbs. whll»» ets encircle the wrists, and arms. Upon Creely Sowing satr f.ow-er'.ilie orchid* :'■>.! i;po;i e'.rlier side of fho faue. a^xed t» "■ , caa of antique sold embroid ery. The s;in<*a:s j:.--> of ?.iid. ar.<i (as f:n*er<» ani thirr.ta-ev'ry ore r* thtm— are j'e^?! decked. A Fr.»:ch re^lp* for a ha*h sa"Set calls fbf tu-«*t v -«* pounds of bran to one of powdered orris root, w!t>i a pound of starch, a pour.i anrt a half of almond tr.eal ani twelve wa>-«» of gr>c.l whit*, soap. Flr% ounces may be put m oaeh w^;,-h shoold b* mad* lar-ire <»r.o!i((.h si that tha mixture will hare picTty of roea ••• *-x»:i. asd w'.;: asrvo only Pit on>» Aprcpcs cf * v - modern methods of trafalng eRJI- Iroa, a w:;t<>r hi Tfcs Lady's Pictorial" remarks that, although ah* "bell«»rea thoroughly In the ln nueace of love and patl-r.ee, the m ssn child h« r.ot % brilliant example of (&| sew mctnod. It I* to^ often past, t.i OMBaapafi alv^. seli-w'.Vjed. and no re!»pect"r of persons. It is ncaser.se to maintain ■ I'.r.eci. mentally and .^hysl caily •■ - ,r- -an be treated Vka m. rrown-up. E\«rythi.-.« yo^g, whr-th^r It b« » i,P£Ppy. » colt r>r a tree, wants dl^lplia*. ar.J ti.3clpllr« Is r.ot to o« asatataaad by theories." I* hi saH that the recent suggestion of "TUe Uict" 'hnt your.ff men should undergo an rntel !ect-al test before b*ir.g sßbsml to marry has) : among ETr.Kllsh slrN. As cond't'ona now srand. rh.« gentler sex are in i<» o-erwhelraln* majority, anri soch a reejSßMatent. they declare. w- uld rrtiinly sweU vhe ranks of un-narrtew women to a considerable extent. Pr far the gr.\a:e r part of the centenarians wh<» ■M were women, aad nearly a!; of them w«re. rrarnrd. One of these , men* of longevity bad not slept out of London for sixty years which : he Lady s Pictorial' takt-s as a proo: Of the purity aad tnviKor»tlr.«r power of London sir. B 4NGS'