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PALEFACE MAN AN ALSO-RAN; REAL GUY HAS A COAT OF TAN
18X1 hi: i'.i.mtifil: n? ii w. ?i ok i i y HEN you read this it will be - / the day Of wi ; water Mis If y ou have slept late and at enjoying a seasonable br? that 1 the beache?. For sunburn is thi ? and red corpuscles, k ligni? te the MaiihoUanitc all that life does i ot during flft) when the :-tone of winter confinement il lifted the white grubs from the tall buildings crawl Into the sun, "print out," like solio paper, and rejoice in the ultra-violet rays. A peeling shoulder traosforma the ?irygoods clerk into a ?lac- I don sea hero, and squab-like muscles are forgot tin when sheathed in pink-tinted cuticle. The psychology of the craze is worthy of Itudy. i. ?low Peril is hated and feared and negroes have never been distinguished for social grace, tut a captivating umber won 1 J loatitig in a bath? ing suit II fully as effective with the opposite sex h? ?word knots or brass button?. The healthy bronze produced by grilling has not Infrequentl) resulted in canopies and bridal veils, and the odor of zinc ointment merge? into the aavoi i orange bio THF PALE PACE LOSES oil WHEN THE BBOXZE ?DOM? tPPBABS. ? i ? ? . who or? attending to th< Jobl I I chance boeide the brawny life The fact that 1.; - forch.-ad it low no difference whatever. No nur/lber ? ric with the negroid appearance of Mi ? ? - ran like o i ? tdonii . m as though ti-. mi. the coin. a suitor with n complex On like a cucum? ?hing to do. ' a? tin rooi the memor) ? i< from .,'u. nbei thi I rill b? ' i.an he. I . from ? .jntil furtl ' on a ? ? . in at a \\ " ? fact that ? with 1 . . evidenced on I "If link?. ? lldorlj man of . ..?. to ? ?,gany lustie ?.. , ,? ?,?j m\\\ ? '. ip and f" ? ? ? ' . . ??? ?,f the fre? kl? of I '?'. ? i i ? ?'!... a chompion. He assumes the ?I a ?I bold, moot frequently to l" r ? - .? ?? to retoru /- ,.it , - ? tod i ? ' ? ?i 'I attaining ' HH:t flj,, be us lerg W lack flies or , _ The le rubbed upon the skit in the ":? ence of compon o th? better for ;'.'' iucky in a nie value arid bake, fry or 00 yourself into a counterpart of a well colore?! ? chaum, you will have the satisfaction of rea.!,. ? ? ? ?on in the latest popti ?ar novel a- "a mai. of the Ope . 'aimed by the and winds of the big. wide hardened truggle with the elements." A ' II youths at Lotir* Beach went a cup!? abo-..- the Boardwalk some time sgo n qui ' o i pu minary sunburn that ws! t.? be B compl? te as it was gorgeous. When a rom th? ? ' '?> stripped capered into the surf. The i ihining brightly, bill the ?lay v. a cool and the atino pherii v., re go peculiar that non? of . bui n. Hence they vv. i ten the process and lay like lizards on the sand dune*. They rubbed their ? beneath thi zenith. Finally a luspiciou commenced m min..M I tself ai d ? apace, Sol until then did th ime theii clothei and return to the Siaunta of men. By the time the) had reached the \a- au Hotel the pink had become red. I'.;. the time they were in the train the red had turned its and their bo u ed as though the) had been la l???i with cactus plant-. Inen . then thoei informed them that their e iwelling, and pains In the hone . ,.,. rheumal m told them that the sun had bit - ten well In. Bj the time that th?y reached then m lint and liniment, ami sfl m bed they resumed theii rari rhej reported for work with pleased ? . because the evidence of ?uiiburn vas ap parent to all the world, but their pleasure was hat diluted when their vacations were ?I. eked m ?on lequenc?. The change in regard lo iun and wind that has nade itself manifest among the lailies has gone hand m hand with the politics! upheavals in I bore figured' Our grandmothers would ?re have allowed themselve te ineur a .-mgi?' ".mild have worn au \-ra? al the court of Queen Victoria Salvel and lotions i. the hundred- were "Id at every ehemi to ? erve the interesting paleness thai woi ?.' in? purest ? ?? . ???-. Chalk and picklei were in profusion for the same purpose I?'.,, ? were put to bed in eompoata of reel ami bread erumbs, reili were '-vorn on all conceivable occa? and parlor? were discreetly darkened when eligible caller? were expected. 1*5 in now tne v ? men -eck out sunburn *< ar?l?uli; ii.erl) avoid nd lace insertions in thirl ? are worn on the tennis courts and ?on attractive patterns upon neck ami arms. Tin? furnishes amusement during the sum mer and a topic of conversation at the dinners and dances of the autumn. Certain dres.-makers ?r, i ?' even considering the production of attractive silhouettes in tan upon tiie bare white .km Openwork profiles of distinguished ancestors ami the most ?esthetic of ceramic designs could be produ i ' le tn uble snd would .var for n o There are mai on? in modern -, ;-...' give hope to t.. ? mates who have raited ' ime to acquit e i . - inburn. The X-raj v hen i-eii judiciously peel? off the the 1 , ' of th?' ocean in m Augu ' og A quart lamp has also a power? ful actinic value, and sunburn can be produced by ?t- use in the Course of S few hour-. Men tlia'. work perp?tuait] the violet bars of mer? cury that are in u*c in certain printing offices can .iu re inburn with little effort. There aie also various chemical preparation* that will blister the ?km when applied to it. The seeker after adventure, then as ha- a' : b) a professions! vender of plot*- to popular novelists can have an eav time of it All that he ha- to do ifl to announce his future absence to his friends, retire to his ? ."in with an electric fan and the latest thriller. turn ?'n his ?unburn machine and return from the tropics some weeks Ister With account- of A TAMMANY FOURTH IN QUAKER CITY 100 YEARS AGO r?? n il il- i-i i i? ni ic JOHNSON, FORTY-EIGHT guns, not cou luctory aalute, in a Fourth of elebi But this was exactly a hun ? iterday, when there m the Union; so ; hat ? aan'i tin rea on for the number. No, the gum te the post-prandial n number, not to mention .. number ??:' additional volunteei I ? u - it wai tnai Tammany, lo noted * >i long talks am?. ci Day, celebrated th< .. century ago in the I ? Brotherly l ? i a bre nor ;, ?ok?. at ; The \V>'.' i' ad? !f'hia ?nil I ?ml if you have been thinking it wai exclu ? m glected th? ount ry. Por Tam -.illy not a local but a not organization, ai eption belonged to anv Penns) Irania rather than t?< ? New Volk. Mon '?. the legendary lion.? of th? famou chiefl of the Delaware . is In ? ; ri??m Pennsyl bul the i ? .*? | hilli of the Ke ? toi ? iated ? ih i unman) ' '?? i . i . end' am? l' was the Penni)Ivania ? on, "?". -?? hi, Aral adopt? d 'i .nun, ' . pot.. .:. .1 ? ? of America to d's St Georg* Pennaylvai ? i ibed t he name of i. mu anv upon theii bannen and Used upon Mav fa i ci.?, it. I he cu!? : da I 'ollovv ing 81 I? than a month l'i? ? him Up. Ports were named ??i hii . built In hii honoi, deck? ?.? arapum ami and on May \~ ?> much iir? eonaum? I oi ei. to mi i and ' ? ?.? .? i. ??' Im? eel? Illation I? . ? i uaed also te de? i 'hei i ?.?i1 and i ?I I a , pow-wow, with a speech from toma of then' comrades impersonating ? lachem. After the ??hi these tradition? ami observances were earned 'soni the army into civil life, and Tammany soci eues were formed end Tammany wigwams were built in many placea. Bot gr??tes* ol all BfSS lb? lammany organization of the eit?, <> Philadelphia until Aaron Burr conceived the notion of making ih?. society a political machine. Hamilton ?raa identified with the Order or Society o.' the Cm cinnati, a close corporation. Burr denounced the < incinnati a- aristocratic and monarchical, sad put forward his friend and most obedient servant, \\ illiam Mooney, to exploit tue Tammany organ, ition a- its Democratic rival. Mooney borrowed th?. general icheme el fa m man y societic nnd ?? < I ? I ? - ? i thereto a lot ol i mm i,g ilsterer by trade! II?' wanted t.. discard the name of rammanj and call the Columbian Order, in opposition t?> the Or tier of the Cincinnati, and t<> call it- head the twelve councillors sachem . Its onies a lagamore ami it- door ?? wiakinkie. Buir ?naiated, however, upon i. taining tin name of Tammany, using the Oolum man Order s ;? ??b title, ami also upon tram arming t.reat rather into Grand Bacheta. So the organisation, made iu-i twelve days after Waah ingten was inaugurated the Aral Pr?sidant of ? I nire.l States. I2fi I ., i ago, wa* introduced i?, the public by "The i>. York Daily Gaaette" ,, follows: "The So? nt. of 81 Tammany, being a national ? ciety, con isl of Amei can horn, who till all and adopted "?m? ricana, ..ho are eligible to the honorai y po I si Warrioi ami hunter. It i.? founded ?>n lbs true prineipl? ol pstrletlsm and ',., fur il motivi ehsrit) and brotherly lave. It "in ?i ...i, ' ? .,i an? grand aaehem, twelve rhem . one tree urer, on? acretary, eaa daei kiepei it i- divided Into thirteen tribe*, which -. i. |ii. enl .. itate; each trib? r? governed I, .. ., I,? m. the honoiarv pu t ni winch ate BOS warnoi and one hunter." The legal Incorporation ol Mew York's Tammanj Societ) vu, effeetsil in 1805. lia rat wlgwon 11 Harden'.? City Hotel, on Broadway; tin con?I in s Brood ;. "ginmill," snd the thud in "Martling'l Long Room." otherwise known as th< "Pig Pen,** ?' drinking place ;n?l dance hall. Ai Martling'i the ??? etj remained until the Ural Tammany Hall, now the oflcei of "The New York Sun," wns built Noontime the Tammany Socie y m Philadelphia flourished, anil every year it celebrated the Fourth of July with much fervor and tire water. Whicl i- why we have recalled the commemoration of one hundred years ago; the quaint programme and .?. account of it-' rendering lie before us. "The society." we arc told, "assembled at their wigwam si Brother Smith's st 9 o'clock a. m. Be fore 111 o'clock the prOCOUiOfl WOI formed, and they proceeded to their wigwam at Brother Trot ter's, at Richmond, on the Delaware." Richmond, dcubtlei . wai what hoi ne? been known as Port Richmond, then a northeastern suburb of the city rhui the bucktailed brave? wended their way treel of the Quaker City. "The ar lirai of the lociet) at their Great Wigwam wai announced "?? the discharge of artillery. At ' o'clock 'l"- Declaration ol Independence wai read l.v the liriind Sachem. V ?' o'clock the Bociet) down to two tablea, of ItfO feet each in lengtl plentiful!' inpplicd with the best products of th? ?.. <?n. The Grand Soehom preaided, end war, aided in the dutiei of the table by Brothers Palmer, Strouee and Proboaco After dinner the (ollOWing tOOat? wer.? drunk. inter?[iersed with i me ?ot mu? appropriate songs and music." Query: Weren't tin longi music? Boms long are. The liet "i tooeti throws a eleoi light upon the political inelinatlani of the lociety ami upon the attitude of the Democratic party toward public i ui" of that day? ?> r muet remember that tin .late wa? near the elimos of our lOCOnd wnr with Cicat Britain, .lu t before 'hat conflict then been a lot of talk about the poi Ibilit) thai \> ? Lngland. or .. part of it. would ???cede and rejoin the Britiah Empire. So the Brat toast ran: "The Day The last ?Imp of blood ami tl ? cenl n, the nation in support of reedom and in? dependence ami the I'nited State* colonised by wolvea ami bear* rather than become the colonies o,' Greal Britain." This was accentuated with ;iin-. the largest number given to any t..a*'. n,e second toai i ? ??The President of the I ; ited States He ipported Bgainst all allies who may be ?on' : for tin- restoration of the Guelpha." The??? guns were r him, even in the minds <>t who look serioualy the "restoration of I Following this came: "The War? Jual in il eau...... though de? by tonte questionable in its policy: every lion?*: heart and sound mind ought to combine '?> give ii a ipeedy am! honorable end." Two gun- B " deemed ufficient; for this; ample, in view of whal 'a about to happen at Washington. Th? ? timent offered wa - : "The State of Pennsylvania Her motto ii 'Vii tue, Liberty aid Independence' May In-i Itepresentalivei sustain the motto ami ne- coi nirition." Two "tins .. . tin* obvious fling a' tii?' men, n tome of them, who then repre? sented Pennsylvania at Washington. Finally, on tin- regular programme, cime: "Th?' Fair Ses The) unit and they ?ball have our protection. They n ere honored with two gum . Ii might have been thought that eighteen toa?ts with forty eight gun? would b. -u flcienl '"i- ''-i. day. l'ut il e.. not to Therearo ? ? number of volunteer propos?t of toe la, vvit , "iiitn'v ad libitum (?encrai Barkei proposed "Thomai Jefferson, author of the Deelarstion si Independence Maj 'he apiril that prevailed that .lav be peed i); re. .ved." Mr, Mintaer prepo ed "The mentor) of General Plka Long I ? f ?* to In* I m.i <? i met n n to in , enemies " ?. W Rartram proposed "The Idol of Democracj N'ol i,, !,?? found m ths I land of Riba, not al th? eojit of Berlin ??> .. Bi n . but in the ?n tue in.l reason of ever) honesl American." * Kanaka.-. Providing that in ??? - I d the trou * trip to the ted. i harvest ie reaped ' . summer by th? doct White -red. the pans - ere feared, and th? - of various salves and unguen'- ?? ' fat of the land. For the benefit el th? I " ih ? brown without the prelim I bl ? ? , the I ing recipe is recomm? led, i b< in bulk ami made use ol any time. In it produc? .. ;? - .' ? at - equivalent to fui I polish and destroys the ........ I skin t.i such an ex' t ha 1 employed the user need never fear the .?' rayi of the sun upon hii cuticle. The i? ? pt ou - : ? part "? ereoaote te "? for color. ?; **I i desired with spirit Half B p ir cream :? ?* erve the .?km. ? r. I'?;. ? mplo) .ni? these eg ?? ti i darkening fa? to . nt will be avoided. It : portion to the dye, di k ? ' using the ' ? One pal ' ? ? ? ' drofluo diluted tan nie acid and i . . iS be add? I. if port * lye dissolved in volai COMPLETE DIRECTION'S POR JAMS" 1 SKI.F rHOROI ?.III.Y HISi R ? ? a compi the ingr? . ? the yolks ? ? ii.I.' o Smi ar on th? '??V ?veil 'P. 1! in the morning resul! ' ??* he ua? *S| spread admirably as t!> papei \ ? anee * liai com?? ?.?'??. ? adopt 1 he iche ?'?' ?hfl ? .: .m.; m ear a little p? '? held m place by a wire damp .?' ? ? to "**? rim? ? smoked igtfilM irancc thus attained will be valu.ih? for ?HJ those who are seeking to gain di?i os Hfl doing something .Inf?rent, and will neel "'HJ leas derision than ? , '"""jhI man who went out sailing o?i a tilouce?'. : ?aS'HflJ crel ?mack with tan gin < 'imflflj Ii.. puiasol can be perforated ;' ?J ?flH owner allow a ?ulRcieot amount of lighl te ???teep Ins ?km by tiiiigniiig m h s bathing .un .|'0B flH beech, taking bee.I to turn around often ? n'Up to action of Ih. 'OS Hfl ? in In closing there is little thai rt except that the love of lubui 'I to men ?u.l Women, having no.: IH graph) ?it In loi '??* lime of Runic ? I down i.. th, present ? .