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Odd Mixture <>f Medievalism and
Modernity in the Old College
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STfM-d. March HT..- Hilary Term is Uie tune
Oxford Is most it.elf and can Lest be s^n
„ th* dreaming city of tradition- In
almost a» other • ajnerlca. of course. f«e
frOTn fV?rv country -America, of course, fore-
JUt-and given o-.er to cosmopolitan tivttie*
to Hilary Term it is free from any pageants or
rreat vlsitora. and is really the gray, dim town
of the Middle A^s-br,athin«: the <ar.. a.m-*
phere that Erasmus rode into in 14. U. TIM
little crooked, medieval rtreets are dark, f r
the dav F are very Bhort and th, Btiwt lamr^
not too plentiful, and the ■ reni and turrets
are shrouded almost always In a mist, al -' 1
through the fog that creeps up from the *»=
j-o^ ccc th? black i^bed undergraduate ittling
io his fireside and his books and tea. VWtow
do not care to visit the coUe^s in this bleak.
tfark time of y«-ar. You ■■ b«rdlj persuade a
friend to sp- nd a w.-ek-end with you. 'I gh-h.
Thes* univer^iti.s in winter'" they say with
thiverF. mindful of the tireless bedroom, the one.
raudk, the Mack iron bed. thf. cpJd tin bathtub
urdrr the .>•-<}. Bu^ nevertheless, if >,, can
once give mer shnenng. snufllinc and hanging
to the fender and sally forth to se; what can
bf seen, there is much in Hilary T< rm to repay
There K.af. for instance, ihe other day a
eplendid at-adem gathering t-> celebrate the
eer.tmar> of the birth of Charles Darwin.
Though Cambridge, as "Darwin's university, will
of course hay* a jrreater commemoration of him
—to last a whole week of the spring term—Ox
ford, it will b<- remembered, is very aely cbn
nected with Darwinism, since it was in Oxford
that th? then strange and startling ideas of the
origin of species were most bitterly contested in
IS»J<». It was at the Ashir.olean that Huxley,
keen gladiator and prince of debaters, measured
himself against th<^ ablest bishops of the day.
And though last month Professor Poulton. the
chief biologist '» Oxford, in his address to the
assembled guests, assured v? that "these differ
ences are now forgotten." I am not so sure.
Th*- dean of Christ Church crew h little red
when Huxley's contests with the shops were
brought to memory. Still be applauded all the
fine thinps that were .said of iiarvun. and so
did every Churchman there; and it was alto-
SJlher a cala day for science. Phe three biology
professors, with ort-hids In their button Ik* and
Liandness in their smiles, stood al the head -.f
the grand staircase and received a brilliant
throng- of deans and provosts, wardens, master.-.
procto.-s and d<»etors— all in th resplendent red
of Oxford gowns The ladies were there, too,
of course, but wna] is a professor's wife beside
a professor, especially when he g:-ts <-n his
FOUR OF DARWIN'S >< N>
Four of Darwin's sons were present— Mr. Wiii
iam Darwin. Professor Sir George Darwin.
X C. 8.. F. B S.; Mr. Francis Darwin and
SJajor Leonard Darwiti (president of the
lioyal Geographical Society ». Among the ushers
Tv»re two grandsons of TlMsaaa Huxley, now
students at Balliol College. ' '!>■ of th«» best
things in Sir iJeorg;- Darwin's little sj^eech of
reminisceno*- the account of h.v . as a
small boy. he i:sed to help his father in some
mathematical calculations, and host naively de
iighted the great scientist was svitfa the same;
for it p«-ms lhat Darwin was no gic-at hand at
rniitbematic-s. and regarded the schoolboy's tal
cii'atior.s as litt'e short of Bafanactdoas
There- were no undergraduates there, except
two. j^i^sed in a? ushers liy the bribe of orchids
to wear: and even then the] grumbled at being
kept out of bed t«oyond the proper hour, for they
\:i in training for "torpids."
"Torpids"^ consume ■ large i art of an undcr
gTaduatf's lime in Hiiar> Term — or rather I
fhoijic say "toggers" do— for "toggers" is the
fashional'ir diminutive for "torpids" (all Oxford
slang tends to "er"— such as "br»kkei " for break
fast. "lekker' 1 f'«r lecture, etc. l. If you ask what
"togcers" are you will be told "they come be
fore eights. "' and all the world knows that
eights are the spring boatraces. Toggers are
a ret of test races to enable the coaches to pick
out the best oarsmen for eights, and since they
are held in February they do not offer much
Joy to the outside ■norid of visitors. But Febru
ary weather means nothing to the English boy,
and every afternoon the college world leaves its
books ana trots down to the riv"er in •"shorts."
■ sJanss; osuli better illustrate the straight
forward directness ef the Anajo fiaTm language
than calling rowing trousers "shorts." They are
short. A Highlander's kilt hi a monkish robe
compared to Oxford "shorts." But nobody but
an outsider sees anything to carp at in the sight
Of a dozen young gentlemen str..ilmp down the
etre*"t st 4 o'clock, Pr*ft*Hfj their way bj "shorts"
debonairly through a crowd of shoppers, «utnan
tea drinkex* and fashionables.
This is one ol the ways in which Oxford still
hows itself to be a mediaeval town. There is so
pouch that is grotesque and uncivilized preserved
aiong with ihe aspirins; stones of the Dfvinity
Bchool and th*- chimes of Magdalen Tower. You
feel it best in the High street. Even If" you
"never lifted your eyes to the spire of St. Mary's
or the turrets of All Souls' you would know It
was Oxford by the people streaming over Mag
dalen Bridge— Cowley Fathers in their long.
dark skirts; soldiers up from AJd«tshot; a Fel
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' j! American Ladies visiting London to inspect cheir original
• designs, each produced r.irrrjlcaneously at the London i
and Paris Salons. .*--
Attractive and exclusive toilettes for all occasion*.
| Jackets. Waists, Tailored Garments. Furs, Headgear
I and Lingerie always on view.
Si . T t£ RENOWN-ED PAQUIN CORSET.
|J j L.QURT AND EVrIMNG DRESSES. !
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•■-■"■ .— Wl < iiihb iii«ii ji in ii •'" ' 1 ■^-*--PSSsaß«nssp^a»asnßw-a t
lotv strolling absent-mindedly, his torn gown
dapping at his n?els: a herdsman drivins balls
to market, cheered on by kicked little boy, in
Eton collars; the Magdalen choirj a few nuns.
some undergraduates on bicycles, their gowns
tucked up around their necks; East Indians in
turbans and American "pants." some hansom
catbs a drove of I -lge. ■ judge clad in scarlet
robes sitting in a gilt coach srtth outriders, and
after him motor cars containing bsjTlsters in
silk hats. You stet» out of the »ay of a load
of cabbages an# run into the vice-chancellor,
preceded by the macebearer with his silver
poker and Infinitely solemn air. and threading
through the maze of traffic at this time Of the
year you see a constant stream of barelegged
youths, all making toward the river. ..
CROWD? WATCHING THE BOATS.
Torpids" have been almost as fashionable
this yeai as "eights," Certainly crowds of
people turned out every day to s»c the races.
The barges— those gay. old-fashioned galleys an
chored along the river sKle. according to the
sporting precedence of the colleges -Christ
Church first, then Balliol. then New College, and
bo forth —were full of blutt papas and tomboy
sisters, who came to see bow brother Bob pulled
stroke It «a$ a more criticaj -"d less orna
mental audience than the "eights" mob crush.
The Btodents themselves supplied, most " the
dashing about In sky colored socks or
Bcarlei Mazers or In the royal purple jackets
of Xew College There was. as usual, a great
crowd of runners on the towpath. and. in spite
of the fact that from an American point of \iev»
there i« very little noise or sheerinf during the
race, you < an never fail to be tniilkd as you
see the first boat appearing around the bend of
the river and the molb?ji mass of runners pour-
Ing over the 1 rklge and sr^ed" 1 ? along beside
the crews wrltli shouts and rattles and bells and
pistol shots-pistol sfc :l<= as- signals to ci th
crew know how near they are to the nest boat
how near they aro to making a "bump"— tl:e
great j.oir.t x ..f tho race. The to^path is un
doubtedly a blessed means of expression, it •*
a fundamental Joy- to run with the crowd and
cheer on the victors. The same instinct that
makes the ana boy of the slums run seven
miles behind :: fire engine causes the stately
Fellow of Queen's College to cast off his mas
ter's gown, don -shorts." pick up a watchman's
rattle and make for the river with a yell.
A prominent figure on the towpath this year
was Mr, Temple, ) son of the famous Arch
bishop Temple. The son is ■ Fellow, a tutor,
and a great influence among- the undergraduates
in religk-us and socialistic matters. ?! was hard
to realize that the stout, galloping, muddy legged,
bare kneed shouter with a dinner bell was «ne
gnv orator who liad been speaking the night
br-fore <at thf Oxford Union. But so It was.
Oxford prides itf-H* on giving a uniform develop
ment "ii oil sides.
If th<* Torpid* are a good lace to see "the
vourj barbarians at play." there can hardly be
a better way of feeling the intellectual temper
of Oxford than to attend a Union debate The
Union, as most people know, is the famous de
! bating societ> of the undergraduates, a son of
j Doll's House* of Commons, from which many
i ynung men go to the real House a 1 Westmin
ster. It vt«e at the Union that Istone made
a that brought him almost directly
from college to Parliament. The walls of the
Union are covered with pictur<>s Of past presi
dent?. amon» -which the nob>h forehead of I^ira
Salisbury takes the eye at once. In the presence
of memories like- these s young and ptrugglmg
«ratH" ni3y well feel nervous ss he ripes to Ed
fireF? the house, even if he were '. f t already
conscious of tho pen and scornful students
seated oj poEite him— readj to lei loo«e a
>!eli< ate ?.r>o fiery shower of dartp.
ENGLISH DEBATE BITES,
Vor to send this shower of darts, to cnvcr an
opponent with ridicule, to scar him i Ith light
irony, S« or.c of V.,? great exercises In English
debate. It is noi eas; to do. really, certainly
lip.rdf -! to coinniaii^ than an array of brute facts,
dull and unpcTsuasive. or the flapping of \i.inss.
"appeal to higher method*" «s the rhetoric books
call It. with which .i speaker often tries to spell
bind his audience Barcasm and a nv»st rx
quisite politr-ness form the t>pual tone of a
young Oxford orator, tho sori Of "well bred
cruelty that one feels everywhere in the writ
ing« < f sfatthe* Arnold.
i 'n the night that Mr Temple spok* the debate
was on the question of offering scholarships f^r
workingrnen. who might become eligible by are
senting a certain number of papers on economic
topics and passing an examination in history,
sociology and kindred subjects. Mr. Temple and
young Mealtets. (octaliata and radicals, were
for opening >xfnrd to th£ workiac class— the
new great factor in society rhidi has been ad
mitted to thr House 'of Commons and [s Influ
encing ali institutions. Oxford once van for
churchmen atan« and opened its gstes to the
nobles only when the Renaissance made them
eager for an education. Non another great
inovoment has brought ti-.e srotaUngißea clamor
ing for light— and Oxford must give it.
At this a beauthTolly thin young aristocrat
aro?e, quivering with scorn, and denounced thr
idea as Isnpeesible. There were ptcnt] of col
leges where ■ working man could be educated--
Bristol and Birmingham and so forth. An Qa>
n»rd education was not useful for a working
man; it was meant for the professional classes.
A pvior minister's son merited an Oxtord schol
arship far more than a working man. Feu
•jrcre so unhappy as people out of their own
place. A working mon at Oxford would be as
pathetic es the honorable president — address
ing the elegant stripling in the chair— would be
as a railway i orter.
And after him a marvellous child in evening
cloth*? and a little bob-tailed bombazine gown.
and having a head like Shollej quoted bitter
words from Ecclesiastos and said that knowl
edge was only a burden, anyway, and we had
all better not i>e educated. As the sprightly
editor of the university newspaper said. "We
could forgive the speaker for saying such im-
sew-vork: daily trtbuxe. \DAY. APRIX^J**. : ,
possible things if he did not WH tkem in such
a beautiful voice But. at all events, it won*
do to doubt the use of living before the Oxford
This debate on workingmep's education was
carried far Into the night after the students had
gone home to their respective collage*, and so
excited everybody that only the severe disgust
of the roving coaches, who pounced on fueir
men and carried them off to bed. could bring
the matter to a close.
THE 'FROGS' OF ARISTOPHANES.
The dramatic coaches, too. were indignant.
for a great number of good students have been
in a performance of .the -Frogs" of Aristophanes
-a function for which the Dons turned out n
great numbers with their wives. You could
call on scarcely a home in Oxford without see
ing „ copy of the "Frcgs." which the lady of
the louse was affecting to read.. The men. of
course, knew all about it without extra reading,
though at the play I did see a tutor, when the
footlights Were turned down, edge gently tow-
Club and Social JVotes
The Clubj of the Normal o»ege Alumn- Settle
ment will give a bazaar on the afternoon and eve
inK of Priflay. April 16. a, the Ea* Side. House
76th street and Easl River, for the purpose of
ausm<?ntlng the building fund of O»e Settlement.
The Institution Is In great need of an extension to
It, present buiidins. and Jl.6<>o Uaa already been
rai;=eri for the purpose Bohemian laci aw em
broidery." ..... work of . lub members, will be on sale
at the bazaai. In Hip evening folk dnn.'p« will be
giver,, and a? B p m. th< national Bohemiai dance
MISS PEGGY BHIPPEN LYNCH AND MASTER SIDNEY BREWSTER IN THEIR D^JCH
DANCE GIVEN IN A KCRMEM AT LAKEWOOO FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE OCEAN
COUNTY S. P- C. A.
irlU b* given in costume Th« Bettleirtfnt Is located
in a llstriit woe •* there are from 13.('01 to SfyXW
Bohemians, ?! -i It has become a kind "f clearing
hou.'; foi that r<u-e.
Th* National California Club elected the follow
\ns offl en al Ita annual m'elliig. Held last Wed
nesday at th» H'aldorf : A»torla: President, Mr«.
Thomi - .!. Vlvlnn: vice-presidents. Mrl William U.
Itewart, Mi*s Jane Seymour Kiink and Mrs. I>iuls
\V Butlc r-cTfling «ecr» tary. Mrs. George K.
<i*r<\'' •orresponding secretary. Mi«s Ruth Mit
chell; treasurer. Or. Beatrice m lln.klf; recorder,
Mr- PMward w Hill Memben of governing
hoard: Mrs. Alexander Delmar, Mrs. <_'. n. Mit
chell, M ■ A. A. Neumann Mr?. R bard Burr.
Mr? Edward W. Mansfield ar.l Mrs. A. 11. ; >n?er
A* the Oiamplaln Assembly, popularl: known
us the Catholic Sunun* (school, is i- «ed 01 the
shores of Lake rfiamplain. Ht 'Iff Haven, ami
th» >ear i:« 3 l c fh<? thre? ndredtn anniversary
of t^, disco en •''■ 'I-? lake, th« annual reunion
rf the friend? and patrons of the assembly, Which
la "■> be held at the Wnldorf-Ast'ir la. on Friday
eveqjng. April 16, uill be vailed ,Uie Champlain
Ttrcenienan Reunion and the programme will
he arranged |o bring thi*. historical event before
the minds of the guest* \ rrangementa have also
been made to accommodate ■< large numbei .>f
euchre player*, and prpvlslon rill fc« niatl* for
thote, wno prefer i<> play l>"ldge whist. Main >"alu
able prizes have been contributed ■■' 1 ' will '■■■■ given
to non-player?, as well hs to those who participate
In tho card plryinp. The offl.-eis In charge of the
nffair are Ceoffcj .1 «lilles;>le. president: Kt.*n.
J. i'.'i?,..: >eeretar> . 1-" i; r ! X P. ':;mii«ir:. treasurer*
The Kljjht K«-». Mon*ignoi M. J. Lavelle «r,.i the
Right Rev M<»n»ignoi r>. .1 fcfcMahon. presldetn cf
th?' fumir.tr (C\\n6V. a:« members <>f the i-o\ com
The annual meetin* of the New York Exchange
for W'inan s Work will be held •" No 33t Madison
avenue, to-morrow. at 11 a. ni All members are
cordiall] invited to attend
The second Dienr.ial convention "f the Vpung
Women's Christian Associations of the United
States of America, to .be held rtt St. Paul
from April .12 to April .s inclusive, will be In
reality the first convention since, t.:e union of the
American associations under one national board,
and the thousand delegates will repreyni ever
one hundred and eighty-fQur thousand women.
Among the speakers will be Bishop Charli I*.
Anderson, of ihe Proteatani Episcopal fchurclii of
Chicago; Professoi Walter Rauschcnbusch, of the
Baptist Theological Seminary, at Rochester; the
Key. Dr. Francis J. McConnell, prealdeni of the 1h-
I'auw L'nlverstty: thy Rev*. [>r Batnuel I. Zwetner,
of the Sti;<l-iii Volunteer Movement; the It«v. John
Douglas Adam. " tlie First Presbyterian Church.
at Kes; Orange, N J.: Walter M Wood, secre
tar> ■' of the foun|f Men's Chrlatiaa Association,
Philadelphia, and Hiss Mary K. Wooley, president
of Mount Holyoke College A conference of am
plov*-1 cfiicers will be held Immediately following
tli» .ijrntnerit of the convent ten. when the chief
topic fqr discussion will be "Tho Young Girl." and
the problems and conditions which surround her
in clt>. t.v. i.:«h school kikl business lif. Mrs.
Florence Kelley. general secretary of tl.e National
Consumers' League, will be one of the speakers.
The Post Parliament Club. Mrs. J.il.ri Fowler
Tn.» . president, will hold its next regular (neeting
on Friday, April 10. ai the Waldorf-Astoria The
programme * ill be fn charge of the Political B. .- i cc
1 "oinmiitfe. Mrs- William Grant Brown, ebalrman.
The "fcestion will* close wltii a drill j n presiding.
conducted by Mrs- Trow.
The .Vat:->ria: Bociet} nf Patriotic Women of
America wili msct oi l dn-«-iaj . Apiii 7, at the
Waldorf-Astoria., at - p. m.. after tne bust
ue&s meeting, ai 'which the election will take place.
ard his .\ife and look over her shoulder at the
English translation she was humbly ieaw'ng.
The undergraduates c^d not have to pretend
anything. One of them buttonholed a memt>er
of the cast and said cheerfully: "I say. this is
a terrifically funny play. isn't it? We've fixed
It up to laugh every ft\f minutes, is that about
The play went off with a fine boisterousnesf,
particularly the "rags"— English- for "grinds"—
on Torpids', where the passengers in Charon's
ferry across the Styx told him how to row and
exhorted him from the towpath.
There are other things always going forward
in Hilary Term— too usuaUto mention— but such
as give Oxford it? air of Old World beauty. In
every hour of the day there is something quaint
and strange, and rven at nightfall it is still
Oxford wtTen you hear from your study window
the pleasant clanging, ringing clamor of a hun
dred gentle bells and the sound of horses' hoofs
as the clean-limbed Boys on their i lean-limbed
mounts come i antering home from the hunt.
C. If. H.
There will he addresses by Charles A Towne.
Walter M < 'handler. Adjutant (Jeneral Hiesland
Ev« r! Janson Wendell and Burr Mclntoeh.
Mrs. Klmer Ellsworth Black will give a musical
this afternoon at her residence. No. 4S Bast 7Sth
street, in bonoi of Miss Flora Wilson, daughter of
James Wilson. Secretary of Agriculture, of Wash
ington Misa Wilson has been studying for tha
las< four years In Paris under Sabrlelle Krauss
and Juliana fln.-1 Jean de Reszke. She will give her
- I in Ameri.a ■•n th» evening of Apr.l
!4 a? ihe P HTotel.
Tlie eonferen on lummei >»re of bas>ie« will
meet to-morrow at 4 p. »n. in the library of the
Department of Health, over fifty private cbarlt
able *areni-ie?: will be represented besides the l'e
partnient o*f Education and the Department of
Health I >:■ J. -I Cronln. secretary at the con
ference. will describe the results of last summers
work, nnd Dr. Walter Bensel rhalrman of ihe
executive >nimlttee . will outline plans made by lh*
Department of Health for Isitli newborn babies
during the mor.ths'of April iii.d thereafter. n W.
I!ru^r.» will reporl fnr the '•iiimltt** on private
agencies. In .-■• pile of the late nrgcniziition of the
i-oiifi-renoe tit IyOP. ii- wqrk aroused Interest in al!
parts «.f the i nited States and stimulated action
b% Departments "f Health In man other large
WORK FOB ANIMALS.
Lqkcxcood Children Raise Money for
Ocean Count tf S. I*. C. A.
Through the efforts of sonx young people of
Lakewood N. -I . the Ocean County P<»ciet» for
the Prevent! of Cruelty to Animals has suSeient
funds to carry ■ ■ii its worh until another social
«;ra«o:i Is at hand. For ■.-.:.' years th^je , hii
dr n have dar.ced enough lars oul of th» pockets
of tlieir parents and friends to make '•his N>»-
Jersey county one of th<- niusi humane in the
Th society Is b ■!!strni branch of the New
.1. ■- State Bocletj but It Is practically without
endowment A considerable sum? several thousand
dollars, mus: h ■ raised each year to carry on the
work through the summer mouths, when the weal
thy subscribers H e elsewhere.
L'ndei the direction <>i Mr*. Jasper Lyuch, of
liakewood, them children have successfully un
dertaken the burden. Toward the clom of the sea
son ihe ballroom «t one or another i;f the H< hotels
Is turned o\er t<> the children, who have been
working tor weeks infamy dani.es aiul other forms
of entertainment. This we>) of raising money f*r
the protection of animals was found preferable to
the usual charity bazaar plan. In that the training
vvhlcu tin> children receive In prepetring for their
dances Is of creat benefit to them.
Although tin programmes are varied ap much
as possible, the fancy dance Idea seems to give
the me satisfaction. At n recent enioriattniifnt,
at which many hundreds of dollars were raised,
this series of dancea was given: The Maypole
dance, by sixteen boys anil girls; the rose dance,
by a quintet of youngsters; the dnnce Pi the Indian
braves, by nine bi>yn. bet>veen the ages of seven
and ten; the Russian dance, by Miss Hope Ham
ilton and Miss Louise Lynch; the Irish dance, by
Miss Minna Pach and Master Everett Hall; the
folly dance, by Mis«. Rose Bush; tli" pickaninny
dance, by Sllss Dolly l^ynch anil Harry E. Ncr
ton. and the Indian moon dance, by Miss I.ouiie
Foster LvnCO. i 1"i 1 " '
Chaperons were i-hosen fr.u:i among the patron
clles to COndui the rehearsals and take charge
of the dances.
The socletj Is one of th» rnc»t active district .
hraru'.ef! In NY» Jersey. It. a large section of
Ocean County, particularly the outlying, qr bacK
equntry, districts, crueiti to Hr.im-ils was' particu
larly prevalent until tho vAciety's paid agents be
c:mie active. Some of the cases in tho society's
records* are shocking beyond belief. Many men.
persistent offenders, have served. terms in prison
as a lesult pj tli- prosecutions, which are . ,<>n
ducted under the personal direction of Mrs. Rachel
A. Lynch, the president of the society.
Wealth and position have proved", no Lar i"
prosecution whenc pronounced cruelty has be'grr |
detected. Prominent New Yorkers of wealth irere ■-
on •.■ii<- occaakKi prev^Dted from h'.uiin^ a f >>■
chase. Just a? surely d| 'tr« the crowd ol unlo-
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PARIS EASTER NOVELTIES
IN SIMIII IEWKIHY AND PEKI.K«> MNO>.
Black M0lr« >nd fsnry Velvet Umrat>etM cbalaa. « Ol
»rV N-aeklsiees. Collarettes. Watch Guards Necklet,.
HimltMi. r>e(t CoHan nire:tes. Combs, Holr Orna
ment*. Hatpin, and Corae«« Ornamenta. I'blsim ar.d
ticlnalva <1»-sl«n. of n«r, Importation not 10 t"> found
r!s*»here in \«if Torlc.
Real Paris Jet Creations.
We ol»av» carry in »toek the lat«H midsls from
t!-e Parisian artl«"t.«. an.! all 'he »uce?*ful ayveltles,
adopted hv the mo»t fash'.or.ablo ••m«n of France,
n.p.lrln* "' all Je< Jewelry hy French axperts ai
prompt nr.tice tLr.A \ery r«a»nnabl« Ciiar«»'
ia9t!nlr!odor"et% buncli'of r fr"esh rloleta.: Extracta.
t odor mt * bunrli of fresh <rl«»et» Extracts,
S."»rh»«!> Toilet Water Veloutlne and Soaps j
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liR^niATE AMI NDERIiRADI
MISS FREEL'S REGISTRY
I 4« WwfO4THW w fO4TH «*T . St. V. TF.I. 0 RI\IK
(tuenttal rarss«an«a »he uttd t« "hunt" at Cran
The horses si t>ceaw Oountj. thank? le these
chil4ren, are perhaps th« b* «t cared fr>; of any
horses In New ierses Every winter blankets are
distributee] 'ref r f rost te drivers utio < ant .iff«r<i
to pay. In ati"ther month there will t« a rvhol*
sqje. rjistrlbutlon of *tra»" honnet.« foi the horses
not fortunate enouaTh to be in the sex*ic« ol the
'•I'm Kaining in wfiKi.: ever>; day," said the
plump woman, as she a Lf'.ittU another cup of
chocolate from the* hosteaa. "Positively. I must
tnark out v course in g-ymnastlcs for myself."
■'A good OilliK if you keep to It. but," SBjid tM
retired physician, dispassionately, "wo^nei have
such a tendency to' slump."
The hostess lmpi;!si\ added two mi re slices
of. lemon to the te,a she was handing him. .\I--n
don't. 1 suppose?" she Inquired.
"Men ar« srsier, or Uzier— l don't know wbicb,
cut in the spinster in ti!? corner. "T.iey won't,
except in the case of a professional athlete or a
Dempsey & Carroll
have, from the beginning of the business, for sixty years,
made a specialty of skilled engraving and die cutting.
Only the finest work is produced.
Their wedding invitations, announcements and caMinfi
cards are of the best workmanship, best wedding paP er
and correct forms. Mail orders given prompt attention.
Dempsey <&» Carroll
2? West 23 Street N 9 r riiih ay . n ?w Yor*
LIDA A. SEELY | Inc.
MALE AND FEMALE
23 BST 3&TH ST.. NEW TOKK
Tel. 2134 2433— Brjant. B'kljn Offlce t.",4 St M»r:< aS^
A 1.1- REFEnEXCfcS kRE STKIV'TI-T INVESTIGATED
AND ON Fft-E.
An F.i<lii«tie Market for Fa<ti<il»a« r^'-"«a«*
SHERMAN MARKET CO., "<■
Bon Voyage Baskets, $1.00 and upwards.
•jlf> MADISON AYE..
Telephona |SJ riaia. \F.\R 3f»TH 'T
J. ANDRE LADIES' HAIRDRESSER.
Hilr i.tynd". as* '♦■' W. «4th St 4 t". W. •-'"t* S«-
MILLERS BATHS,,,, =£h st
Separata department for lad!«». • *• ■ la i V- "*•
college chap proud of his jTsition on Ms ts»sa.
undertake anyti:in«r har«l In the »a> of ling-
Weasen are aiwajra ■ajesartaAtsaj th» jmr» sa ble '
and. of course, they fal! »lowa My r.se;«. N*?«
b«ing (HsjsSjUes>ed •ith her flcure. worked "'~* *
regimen that would h^\e taxed a 3p*rtar »ra»
it down, and *et out la*t month tq follow it. 0"
course, in leas than a Kees sh» was back ta osr
old wa: «
Precisely." said the 01.1 .[...:■■ "It «tM •• jr
of wuHaeii •■• undertake a harder climb than tJ>«£
c-vn make, and then sink down »x!iaust«d * n *
decide that csssbMbs| i« not in their ItD* •' j
.ii.lnt want another tlo.k of suk*? m my t? *
tnlyht take issua with our hostess on the, com
parative capacity of mea an<i women for »ti<* rtt
io a given line, bat under the circumstances ' J
merely say that women have an amount ''' *".'.
thusiasm which sometim*s blin.ls thflr judsaient.
"You don't deserve them, hu: here ari t» 8
blocks." said the hostess.
•Thank you." said Ibi old ph>siiiau. "-*» ! j
*as ia>inx. l sacej ha<l a patieat »:»" *•"
from Insomnia. I BUM -• •■ • vjlktni 3«t "■'
dlately laltl out a Oalljt prugr r,nuw '•< * a , ,j*
whU-Ji «oulil tako twic« ilie i:v.« a'tl ireoSW « I
haJ to gi\e Nui>.rall.\ *l.c grew tried. cs!«a«> j;
siipt worse th.io ever. an 4 S 'a\e up the '" ur ® ( '. v
tibgust. All my arsuments couldn't convince •:•
foman thai tf i.r- engtb snil her duties *^"4" 4 I
only perm I of her taking a half hours "*'*■ ,j
half hour's walk she should de.lde to take. *^ :
having decided. «!ie shoulU take it-unless \ a
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