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TO M "HIAWAEHA" Encamp in Heart of a New York Sylvan Forest. Where Poem Will Be Staged. MIWNEHAHA NOT IN LOVE Instead She Scorns Her Noble Red Man Swain and Would Take Another Job if Paid Enough. _\,, ll and un nj more nol even the Indiana *, .a ?has Just <*?" undei - up beyond Van Cort i E Moot, who mai anea ? real pagan Iro ? by the standards of ? Mlnnel when a f she'd like ? i t.?- an a I >'? ' ? ? . - - mplna : .*.? I ' ., rest of 1 .... . . f then rev? squaa ? 1 from I ? ? r-eeei ration li | rrir month's ... the i. ms wert ' d*e.n tentf . i denot t not a ? Whites May Visit Monday. ? Fla f'T ? ag(.?= plejr on s of t ? t th? work aas cry? N"t s bit of it ? of them pond ' * i ? hair and ? ? ' ' . ' urai rathn, at th.* ? ? i i i?, have . ? on to ? - - A'most Ideal for the Play. - -, rring the 11 ... ? ' ? - .... The sie? I * ' II ?ys thero I . ? ? ? ho - ' ? them wlthj Others la this work they are of valu only when they are perfectly natural." Minnehahs will have to dlmembl '"ward Hiawatha, for .?he d< ? :- '?'??' ? es toward him. Hlawaths ! n.. ,,w.r there In lei l "?'? Indifferently "Me bo lovei N... no." Kdther Is she Interested m woms suffrage "Woman raffiage? What? thatr ?h '"? when it was mentioned. The first p.-rformance of -Hiawatha ??'ill be atven neat Monday afternoon n from the subwaj Vs 1 "ttlaiidt Perk station, to tin- groundi ? ' i" ? tearoom, In ? iihik?- >?f Mis i \ Ivian, of the Ben Greet i ompany. , WOMEN TO HAVE OUTINC I Athletics To Be Feature at East ern City Conference in July. Encouragera? ut i> being given to youm sromen to ipend their vt ?t the Kaetern Clt) Conference under th. if tb \ tional Board of th. foung Woraen'e Chri?Jtlan Aesorlattons <? IB! tes of America to be ?held a B) On lake Qeorge, New Y??rk from July i t?> 11. The afternoons wll ? i given up to aquatic si>orts, tennis, baaket - el ?... * ? : ; dey sports, swimming fu ing .-.tul welkins Tht athletics a ?? be under the leadt rshli of a trained Instructor ami the confer ence itself will be led bj Mi?s Helen All< ? i Davta eaecutlve secreter) for tbe n .nl of ?Pit m v. ?u k of the Nal Board Rome of the teachore end l??cturen whs , wi:i take part in the conference an* th? Ret w Hilara i Hutchlns, professor u( homiletlci ..t ?berlln (Ohio) College; Rev, ?. I K. No ire? Hi rtford Theological Prol \ ? ? ?? < Kit id? n, ?: nlverell bar?es 1 K.h.ir.i i .ni? el' N. a V"i k. Mi.-- Annie M ..*- tl ?? National Board, formerly try of the Young Wo ? hr'-ilei \.letton, Miss Mar? ? :.. the Rev. Samuel Hatten, of V \v Tork; Past? Le s.-ur. of n-tp.n. Qei man* ; the Rev Harris K. Kirk. Bait! Bhantung. i'hina: Professor Kdinund I' .S'.p'T. for * I , ,*' 110W profesen! ,,f inl-Sl.UlS in Ohio i nlverelty, and the Right lit? Breat, <'f Manila, R ? ' !? T e [ala vis suffragists' in boycott East Orange Women to Stay Away from Jubilee. i. Telesrepl I ? '. Ibum I East Orange, N J, June 1?Ai gi ? ? action "f ti.mraltti ng them I In the seml-cen? ? ads hi :> t..-morrow, tht i if? ?tS Of this Cltv decided to-da ; , ?? ??? '..I?ration In honor ui th > ? f th? neat weeb ? ? Political Union, tl s '.??ai?ue and the Or.inKe ?political ei? the t* ? ?? euffi that want?-! t>? marctl Th. ?' plan- | Showing, Including a fl until tii' . talked t?. Col rg< I' ?? ? ? ?rrar'i marshal, shout .? ; ,t tirmly he told th. m I t raarcl ?rere ?civic bodlei w. <? to ? ? Tl?. - . ' Idn'l *-??? t from the on< i . ? Me it fr* m thi s iffraslsts i olm . ? end ' - ? Wouldn't tak>- ;nt K.utht tt I . ? : ? ? . ? ?? egists to daj ol STONKS IN BLOUsSE; DROWNS Man in Prison Crans; Commits Suicide by Leaping Into Psiver. ?"??? "leen. ? - ??. . ? . ? ? ? lay b j er, BvBi . - , term CH Me i ? refuaefi to givi ? himself ami I I,, , . Im to ?ii.- ?? ! : - - ner, he nt Hi v ? the river tenc? ? ? ? ' i,. , mo hl? r >ed Into th? ' The Woman in the Home keenly alive to the comforts of her family, appreciates CUBUrTBAlN 0 NEWTOPIC Price 25 Cents On sale at any newsstand, or at the offices of Zhc M (')lnl.r ?Ji*m?Mmt-i!r-fSl>-'r- "" 73 DEY STREET 12 WEST 31,1 ST. Gentlemen: We wanted to cot a Suburban Homr, but not being acquainted with the surround? ings of New York, we were in a quandary which way to go. Howevrr. as I read The iilobe every evening. I noticed vour adver tisemenl about SUBURBAN NEW YORK. "That's just what we're needing!" I ex? claimed, so the next day my husband brought me the book. I was more than delighted with it, for not only did it describe the various home locations, but it gave so much information about decorations, furniture, cooking, etc.. that especially appeal to the housewife that I consider it a perfect "mine of information." I heartily congratulate you on this ad? dition to the library of the home. HENRY SIEL SS IB PAST RECALLS I Brilliant Pageant Brings In ?ans. Dutch. English and Quakers Back. TRIBUTE TO MISS WAL Crowds on Roofs and Fire E capes Enjoy Celebration o? Settlement An? niversary. Henr; street ? ? ' n ated m Ith r.-,i lights laal nlghl the tw< versai ol th? rounding "t the Surs? s. 11 .m.-m. it was 01 m,?i i marks ble spi rt icli a Sea . ei a Bt ? ?\>r see Thi pageant, In which form r? nidi uts of i teni j sti eel csn ? Indians, Dtneh burgomsstera ?i?'t rol niel dam? s a ..s i.lui ed In the mldd <iC the streel Ths i rowd ? i - so fi ?? thai :. ? ???? ? -its of police had to ' ? ni <-.i se? ? i ni i n Tha .i ocrai of Henr; ireel had tx a? ata on theli ni.pi a, which wet hung with bunting sad dowers Tt roofa ?h? a ed an unbi oken Una of beei . i- .iii. ctlon until dart ness swallowed them up ""-Stage" Well Liqhted. Thi ks which were devot? t.. n,. - * ?. were hum ? in the shad? of t on? litt Ire? hlch la the pride of Henr atreet the band was stationed A le? had aeati on i ; ?? i illy cor structi ' ' ' The :?'-?? ant Itsell wi i aborate an beautiful The Indian ??lit.''-' and D il mllkma li were n id? doubl) plcturesqu by their beckground of teeming tern m? nt houses and dark skinned foreigner! ? atoed. Th? the ; Rge - red the S las li Irangers -a Ith slfl ? ?' nan ; un and > ?? ? ? Ivlng In re turn bright trlnl et (4-. tl ? : ? ? ? . I th? ?nd thei the chief ti ? ? ? .:' i tl gramm? ? ? i trawbert The 1 treel en ?not? : * ..... | | . r ,( . . ? on the street I Dutcl v , | ng gli ? ? ? wer? - ? aresh In tha brook. Lit i bloomers and atria with tuelnl Bfl ? : .ri tlio while aii.I the .... trip ? Younn Colonial? Dance. inte dai i . ? their Ma lota II lowei . ? i . ? She was that i ill I nlty end i ? and ? ? i . ?? . ? , Ml :? ;. ? ' l? The mill th ?,, * Quakers Come Ne?t. The Qua i who att? the first publ ?and pla) ed In Hi eel rlftj -. the meeting pla* for I lover* of "hefore the war." wh" m? t In I and frock COStS to dance stately iuadiill?ss ?and sing balkids ?on the etoops ? , was -? ml ' '?' of the ? ? t ,-r.i. 'i"ii.-r.- were folk ?iai.? > s .?:' all the nations which ?contribute t?> th life ,,f Kenrj street t??-?i ? The pro ?gramme ended with s btrthd-ay song t" the Settlt ment. Miss Lillian D Wald, foundst ?and bead ? >f the houee, mt In ?the eeal of honor under the tree, she was pies d and ?touched, for tnie pasean! was the ?ift ..i th.- Settlement claaeee t., t.. ? The executive committee In charge ol the celebration included Mis. M. Moi ? ?? , , ? Miss a.i.-.- Lea leohn, Miss ii, i,, i., .?. leol ?? Mlee tllce i tannt tt and Howard Bradatreel STEP UP TO ENSIGN RANK - "Middies" Receive Their Diplo? mas and Promotion. Annapolis Jui i ? The laet of the offl functions ol ?Jum W ??? h al lbs Sarg \, idem] wes held to-day, when ?the rraduates aftei being addn 'd by itoi John Waltei Braith, ol Mai dot t "i the Roard of \ latfore, and ?i.phu? Daniela Becretarj of tun Navy, received their diplomas The young men i win Immediate!) .nmleeloned as ? | signe, and after s month'e leave ??t ah? | tena will report fur duty aboard tho to v?. i,, m thej bave been aaalgi sd ?Secretar) Daniels whi distributed the di plomea urg?sd on the gradu ttes the need ol clean living, sobriety snd tern perence. The whole trend of I fe to?day, ? Id, wns agalnet e do ible itai dard oi ? murals, lie called on the mldehlpmen to take the lead at one? I fnplns out Mr Daniels paid I ?trllwte t?. "the men behind the guna. ' "i ou will ? onus ind lie Mid, 'n ii" ai e a< tit s snd , body of young me i . iltlon to into-, ??rt every whit your : ? ? ? ? . | ? rt unity a hlch the country I ai git et UNION TO WELCOME 800 Alumni Dinner To Be a Feature of Commencement. n- Ti leei ipl * B enertady, N Y.. Jun ?a? nt ?d tiil'pti thle ? ??? ???'* ?.? Itb e latlni nicht wl) the \ Rich? i daj .... : soon Tie ? th a big ? linner In thi t?te an ???-,. At l all! ? . 11 . . ? . ,. . . , * ?ill i.'im.i and nfen.ni grees ?Id In I ' ?...;.. Mtlvttb WEST POINT'S DRILL DAY Graduating Class Shows Its Skill in Saddle st. 1 ? : t n-1 .*, * ? i : ' nd day ol t the M event* ? ere followed ? ? this evi ?'?in?:. inlon? ' ? celebrate Its juv. . llenera . i ? t ? ? . town. N. J . ? . ? ... ? the bat ? i ? '. ? ?? end G. F. SEEBECKJLL ABROAD Brooklyn Amateur Actor in Se? rious Condition at Naples. K cable fron ? I en BOU ?need thi ? ? ? ? I ;? ? .-nan hoHpltal m Ih? t city of Oeorge P well known In leedei In : TI t i. .?tt i M .,: i c ?t t? . min'i i ?ei i- the r? . ? lions ? ? h ?and i?i u "ti" t died for ,.-.. foi ?!! extend? ?i trip i ? took i a . Berlin, of the North German Lloyd Uni and were four I - .. ? el the ? " m,- man I 11 , ondltion rapldl] grea wi -, ind a... n ihe '? touched at G i lann? i to have him t.?ken ashoie, l.at? i .t wi? 'i ? i.?. u t.ntlnui to Ms p?lee, end tin re he wae pieced In ?? h i Kai Kor the last eicht eari Beebe k bee done much emxteui drametlc work and ?bowed exceptional hi trt?onl? talenl He u.? .. member ?>f st Peter*? I.utii? ran ? h in h, ;u y.ki?n. and took pai t m awn) of it? ?nt. t lalnme t ? PARK MUSIC NOT GAYNORED Grand Opera To Be Heard, De? spite Official Iconoclasm. Mayor Oeynor*i contention that tarn persons understand ?grand opera music is not shared h>* Path ?Commleelonet ttover, fudging b) the programmes prepared fee the next four concerts on ths Mall In Oea t r hi Park The Bret of ?theae w 111 h.- ?held this ati? in????n. vi?, n Arnold Volpe and his orchestra win bs beard Among ?thenum? bers an- selections fp'iu "Ph?dre,.?Prat late," "l.ohcni-iin" and "I'liillii'li." Tin- ?Commlaskmer smiled when bs was a?k."l if this wa* "simple DBUSil TtMBorrow "Oberen," "l?hengrtn" snd "Knust" win be represented The pre gramme for Baturdaj ?seal Includes aum? hem tn-tn "The Prophet," ' Mignon." **Ls *i-,.-, a ' and "Luda 'ii Lammet moi i ?Opera mas1..- will be continued at the concert "t. iunday, lune '?'?. when selec Horn from "Rlensl" "Hansel und Oratel," ?The I'r.iph.t" ariti "William Tell" srttl be .ti ?the programma COMMENCEMENT AT MONTCLAIR. Mont? lair, n. .i , .lune g Commen? !n. nt oseraisee of the Montelslr Academy mera bald this afternoon, ? class of dt laen receiving diplomas The commet. men! address eras wads by ?the Re? Dr charles s Mille psator "f the ?first Con? gregational ?Church, ?h?? ?spoke en Mas terful Manhood" John C Ma?\l?iii. the ?head munter, presented the diplomas, and th.- onze.? were presented hy OSM'fS H. Jewett $7,000 A YEAR ENOUGH, SAYS RAINY DAISY Mrs. A. M. Palmer Thinks a Woman Could Manage on Judge Noyes's Salary and Have Something Left. Mra * M Palmer, presiden! of ?thej Rainy Day C"lub, *?;?>? aha can't t*-u whether Judge Walter r. Noyes, ??f the United states District Court ?being ;i ? ?uKiit i?? ba abls t" support hla arlfe .-nul tin.laughters on .1 aalarj of R.OOII a year, bul thla ahe does know That ?'? woman could support s husband and nee children on thai .-?? rr?.?*irit pei annum and do II elegantly. Mrs. Palmei a gl ed a hug . . when aaked to M.a.: her opinion ??f Judge Noyes's resignation from the bench on the pies tti.it hla m ,*? waa too small !'" ins faml to Uva on. "Humph!" she remarked, "I'd like 10 have .*? * henea al 17,400 .?< year. There are :i good man) people wh ? woe 't Most of ua have to get along on considerably u-ss '?r course, 1 don't knoa what the ?J?* da an ? Judge ?ir?.- Polltfc il position, Isn't itv Well, that ?sometimes means sa , ? : ses "Men." pursued Mrs. Palmer, "do seem to need monej Be] .? men smokes Hv.? or ?six ..v.-nt dgara In a day that makes some Inroad on hla Income. n>* f.-t-is that hs must keep hi.*? ?-mi up with othei men, and there '?<<? I 1 forth, 1 11 do yon h , ?? il? think 17.01? ? ? ? ? ^'itlt ? family twlci . ? r ..I ' ? that Jud/gc Noysa hai i 1 ? homes Nee fork si ?i one ut 1 i.? t him do with ?in' h" . ? ?* "y of a d happy 1 ? >-. I know ? hat ;s s?? '?" that it Is the sxtravsgant demanda <>f aromen thdl en to kill l In the pursuil That," * ? ' at, "Is s loe d? ? ght to ? ., ?'.- ?j to hide ?behind It. A woman y um..' allow? her to do, ? a ? ?squanders h?*r i t Is beca ? I live ? . : Wit und bo? ..... Be with I ions policy uf our national ?government, h?. said? "From the Supreme Coui judges down to the letter carriers nun ni tbe publie servants ere Inadequate! 'It is | si.ami- thai tha t'nited Stale doesn't give proj ? ilarlea te the bm ? ?ml* responsible ?positions, such n Judge Noyes ?occupied ?aad was forcsd t? . from. These are mea of gres abilities; they give the beat years of thel to the work Aft?*r tan year.-. "? a "n ths bench H is herd for ,? maa l up h y\actlce ?if his own; his ??ne. "Consider the Injustlcel Why. a ?-it* magistrate In Neu York i.Ives 17,000 i Supreme ?'<>urt i?isti?*.-s in ? i? i ? Bcelve I ? ?Judges In the Ciy Court have sn annual ?salary of SUM and ?the Judges of the ?United Btstes Dis tri't ?'.Hirt only get 17.000! i: la ?abenH t?. expect a man to keep up the dignity of sui h a position on that amount. A I ludga can't bouse Ms family in a tbree i i ?.?'ni Bet "i if course," added Mr. Coulter, "the cost of living is higher than it ought to i possibly oui stenderda lent. But thai la the fault of the 1 system." ' : ; ment ?>f ??? onomlcs at ?Joiunibla Dnlvsr I l ?? ):n' depertmeni tied never i fixed a standard of family expenditure. "M.,st ,,f bb," h? observed, "v irrj I a!"r4.' '?n considerably leas than |7,QM a year But noceda and Ideals and demanda fixed eatl , mete Moel people want aa n ? can net, or, rather, moel of us want more.'' The federal ludg ? ..tu.'.- Building declined I N ? n< tlon In '?? oa the bench "or the emolument- of b pi Ivati peered to ? i ved their ? i fron they had I i .lea that i ody for not ps I % more. MAKING PERFECT HOUSEKEEPER Mrs. \ an Splurge Despaired of Her "Near Treasure," but She Is Cutting Coupons Now to Buy a "Harper's I lousehold Handbook" to Help Her to Become Perfect. B Waa (Ing her fia aii?l th?? I * I ? ? ? ..- Aha to work, hut ah . \ dd I gri ...|v ? she sx? how to t erl (or SS ? m Her it The .. si Ol but, even . * * . a?!*, ert netl Ins Ilka that i t don't ??? ?? ;.-?-^ . book could ';?- p In thl - ?',??? (" t ha tal ; up a Mttli - ? ?a nil lettering In v. inte, and the only ??tnei on the cover the seal of the , little ? ? '.?timed ? w hy, It's i - ? : ? ? I Ike . regular book!" ?Itidfed. it isn't" Mid Owen. "Ifa ?like ? hi r I ook * . a 'i : is tw,> ???-? i and ses n think of anything that Um*l t your housei lira Vas Bpl rge ? I the hook carefully "Why, Gwendolyn, * .1 m't I Just top at a I i.om'k shop when I'm in t"?.? ,t." ? "Yes, if you like." answ? . iwen. "but It ?COSl ir that Wa) . and it COStS j . ?> '*:-l 42 r.-nts if you have it sent h* Mi .. ??*....? to save her tin ? . II \MllllMIK ? ??I I'??V i ...,,. there it I ' f The Ne? y rh Ti bune, ??-i Ui<? ground fienr, and ? ? Horn .n th. By nn:l 4'-' Physical Culture for Busy Womei et of grs nt rol of I boa) ai d In ? ultlvatlng beauty, ?>f wh*. ? ? omponenl part, it t? n> ?*? to li\ ?? and move neturelly and \? i ' 11 - - dorn f I rat, there must ?n fi ??ru tension tei tlnuslly ?pending vitaltt) and f tor? i \mi uns condition is ,??. ?. pitfall for the woman who wl b i.iii\:,t>- jouth and a lithe, Bgure. When the nerve force la und complet.r. r r ? .1 the ihm elemenl In s , tlvi - ga nsd ami \ Itallty i eins stoied awe) !?,i future uae \ ? rule, thi women is a recklei ?pendthi ** --t strength, and makes m ? ei ?lia fis upon n.-r\ a snpplns ll.elr strength and for?a uni the) are brok? n down and the nerve cap t?,i is , ghauited 'ri,.- ne? eesltj ??f bodll) actlvtt) i !.. ed upon th? und. rl ripie ? existence; th?- bod) la a working mi chine. Whers there la a state of Inat tlvtty tu?- results are dlsaaee, ?and Bnall degeneration li ths bod) Is not exer , ;>..,i n rusta out. 'I'll.* bua) wotna ...nil?.t und or take t?,. t.m.- i.? apem two "i th"'* hour" a day in outdoor e \ ,i, is.--, bul Bfteen minutes ?? ?lay or bal an hour can always be spared from Lb -....-: ,i routine, and tin- wonderful r? suits win prove t?> i'?* tbe well same? reward for any discomfort causad r,' rising s little sorites' or taktag "ff th? tiuii- from ?i pleeaentei teak Bias a inn.- earlier it*, th.- mornlni ?,.,*.- pleht) "i fresh air in the MMta ?pend Bfteen minutes in doing a lev? simple physical euitur?-- eserclsee, take r bath and rub down with the followtni mixture which i* claimed to i'?- a sura cure for tbe "bluee" ami can also be ns *.i the laat thing before retiring as a bun ..f wekefulnesei ?s,.;. salt . t "Ml- ?**? Bplrlts ?'f camphor. 2 ?.un.-e*? Spirit.-? ??!' ammonia. 2 OUItCftS I'm a elcohol . 8 inin?'?? Water suAetsni to make a full Quart Dissolve the m.it in the water, which Should I"* hot, nii'l lei it stand until < ool. l'our the spirits of camphor ami ammo? nia itito th.- elcohol, ?add th,- salt water ami Shake Well, then bottle for use Wet tin- body with this, then ruh vlgorougly nut 1 li1.? skin ?low s Whether ?roe Indulge in the warm i?*u.?i or tin- morning's cold plungs is purely a Question "f individual taste an?! pleas? ure I ?o n?'t Wear heavy clothing vvlien SX? .i? Istng, n.? It Interfere* with the work ami keel's the air from the body. in ? ntlon t,o t to enel ted should sot I s la ? laht .-f for s moment The follow? 1ns simple movements ma) bs recom? mend! Take a small bai ? " I hroometlck will do, stand corractly, hold ? horl - 'ti* ii ;?" -;tion, palme down snd the erme an the body .. iible Now r.ii.-e the wend bs k? the head, bringing it doe n to ?nil as close to the ha?*k ss poMthle ltepe.it els times. Inhaling eltb the I i movement snd ex? ? n n? th?? arme are brought to Brat Ion. Hold the wand to the front and close i to the i ??'d) In an oblique poettton, the htghei ? the wand with the right hand Keeping the .bod) flm, swine the wand upwind ?is high ae possible; then to the left. Hold *.h< ' ? tlon step 01 er the wand with rieh! fool keeping the ereet and ralelng the kn??e es hlch as pooelble Repeat wltb the left Thte . [i riee alone will produce flexibility and suppleneis of the llmba Put the wend said? Stead flrmlv, leaning back from the waist line aa far ei poeelble erlthout straining Repeat three times i' mi forward from ths walet line with.nit bendlns the kneee and endeavor to touch the floor with the tips of the tingara Bitting ?.n s chair, leas forward and slightly to the ri?ht until the abdomen presaos the thiuh Repeat six tim.?s. Th. h bend in ths same manner to the left This exercise actO dtret?tly upon the ellmlnattve organa Btend elect, tie?, ths ruht le?, hiinsin? the knee se rloee t<> the body ns i? pos? sible by draw-in* tt up with the han.Is, at the same time keeping the body erect, i >o this three timee, lin leasing to nine. Repeal with the left lag. Daily Bill of Fare SUNDAY. I.UKAKKAST -i>>i?sh pineapple, minced lamb on toast, cotton. DINNER Broiled l.l.icktish with tnaltr? d'hote! Lutter, green peas, remains salad. strawberry les cream, soflSa BUPPKR. Roquefort mndakiliea fruit Haia?i. tea or ehoeolate ROQUEFORT BANDWICH. Prem Ho.pief?.rt tin ese into shretls with a fork. Add about half it? quantity of butter and season it. If testred, ?With S little paprika. Spread It over Wefeiilke slii'es of bread nml place every tiv.i together BSadWtcb fashion; or, a? is sometimes done, spread the mixture over small silt e of toast. The Woman About Town REAL DIPLOMACY, in tbe silk ?i? pertinent a woi agita?? ihm. Ihe ?had bought ? nVceat ?remnant? found she couldn't nae It and went? I taken ba.-k Bhe uma In fear and treat? bllng, aad feed) t" sel mu< h es? it?*?l if the; wouldn't But tii?-y did. "You w,,n ?i.-i e by ws ex? aaked the buyer. '?True, we ma) not !>?* able t?? sell it again. f< i she'a I ad II i week, bul if we dlda'l aha m ghl never come In th.? Btore again. Bom ? ?xslly offei i '.di. i you ses hoe pi? ased si ?? Bhe might glee ui a big order now. women are queer, ?B? me dey i m going to write a bOOk about ? B A I'SKKI I. MYOPIA The g.1 ?Id summer lime i- (??referred by many street ? "I of the ?lav - when th? wintry winds blow. If you're ?-ver out ' _ ? id keep you open ) ou'll leei a the ares > wHJ be whispering i" his Mamie i: always holds court oa the back seat, if youth has departed and OU still remem ber ths follies and joys Of It, why. ? tbe Brsl glance you'll either shut ? : ' *.!.'-i* way. And because ?"*..- is bim<i 'tis often necesi fee a good natured publl? to s t a little neei Highted a NEW PERIL A prominent an was telling us that In the future ?hll.lien will no more be seen upon !'??* streets of MOW York, as all ?.?.is..- BWtll have p!a>' ground ?roofs and l?ren wir he reie ?gati d there) right ami all true, but i: ? - it' those ?to ?se) ghoul it. Tlan't well t" count ? the) re hatched. n? Il ? is ii wise i" bank on v? ! at youngsters are I ??? do, regardlsas of w?hat srown-ups think Why, when that cvstem preval?a tie chances are that ell m bin?? the (tarden wall of the r?,of and jumping to the street will b<* even more excitin?*; to the kid?lle*?i : ,<lg'.ng automobiles! News of the Markets Nou that I rel between the ?l?? ments has fli and they have dei Ided a n ?>f ?the year is t" r.iiin f?,r a ? - ,.f thinK* - *it'? their routine. Meal ? iltry, v c??ta itely of the Hah pri?*. s ? v higher, but fruit pricea ? hank'es. The iper, a:nonfc" them huckleberries, kber? ? nary sized plnt-a; ; '.?? sc.l.s at the same as last a irtety i th- smooth Cayenne" s* ??eiits. Tbeea average _ to 16 lnuh. I. s-, are really no more ?x;?ensive than th.- ?, according to tht .- deltcleua, Sea Food. I :* '. . g .^0? . laddock .lOj . . - . - ? M . S? * M Kr. ?h hdllhUt .. : :?- e.\ .. .. ?. . , ;. I ' -er .ii : II . Ilgf. .., ?had . I tan , ? r?ir Shad ?rae . Poi?ti .SO** ? eut Meat. p -i" ? ? - I? . .' m im . rongu.?. .: ? . Poultry and Game. Pew Tair * I roller? .tl Si I . - ..- ?iuin?-* hens ...$: . 1 r-?---n.? .|l ? Jumbo s<?\jubs ,.., Dairy Products. Vkc- ','?? Butter . .? i. print .......?M .- ' ? ? M ; .M . .. ? . - . H.s-; (Ufa . -i *n?IUb ?Uiry ... Vegetables. ?Bunch tiaesm j inley . ? ' ,: r"t8 . - . II .i.i? - , turnip? .. ChevTll .tO-" Tarraiton _ " ? ? ? ? ? . L, tl ?? i. .i ' ToMat-v? . ? '? '- . i, peck. I * re Y? loa nnlona .1>V UoxA ?? '' "r ''?llt^rnl? Ohra .IBc '? Fruit. ... ?\ - -. r-v. * ? s .. \? .... -?.-?? Banana* Huokleberrlee rab?,. |,.-?rs | | llun.'h. I l'ea?-hc? . Rhubarb , , ? Bla? ki.?rr^? .. Pineal pie? . I! I Alligator pe.?? ? ? 3*"' ti "s efi ult errlea .S*" ? -? LOSES HAIR TO HIS HEIR But Dr. Wiley Wears a New Hat for Consolation. Waahtngtoa Jane I .?Dr ?Herr?) W Wiley, ,*x-.*lu.f chsaelst of the Depart? in.-nt of -agriculture and "pure food" Champion, hi minus a handful of hair ne the re.-uit Of a w.iK". r made with a friend at the Coemoe Club To prove his theory that a proper ?tiet ?as essential for the Welfare, sepedally "f yo'in* rhildren. Dr. \\ lie) < Ited the case of his own baby, who is not v?-t and year o'd. *'l hnv.-n'l much hair to spare." ?aid Dr. Wiley, "hut If my youngJSter can t yank out a ?handful or two of it. just to Illustrate his strength, I'll buy y?>u a new hat." The scoffer, who happened t?> he a <-'."se friend of the Wiley family, accepted the wager. The Wiley baby "made K?>od." The denuded sp"t. on Dr. Wiley's pate now Is cover?'.! by the hat the Unbeliever was forced to huy. fjARPET CLEAt?S?WC Kl I,s AM? All. I I (?111 COYKKlMiS' \\,- araah. repair roweev? Oriental rugi - alan .IvelnK ?anv xhade? Moth proof, relay, etc., ?tc Bvarj m??lern niethn,). ?.'* voars experience. THE THOS. J. STEWART CO. ll'Min < or 4?th Bt., S. V. I'hone 3S08 F!, y ant. F.rle ,-or. 511? Si?.. Jersey I'll y, I'hone MOO. StoraKe "iVarel??iii*e and Moving \ an?.