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I THE SUN strn SWEAY Htb v F FEBRUAILYL BRUARY 1810 1
MEAT IBATBY BY NO NOMEAHS MEANS NEEDED NEEDEDCUKESK NEEDEDt
CUKESK t FES1 NUTS AX A INII it VEGETA VEGETABLES VEGETdIISLES 1WTJtilLES ¬
ISLES WI11 TAKE T ITS PLACV PLACVThe Plntl PlntlThe Pr1iCIThe
The Right Blllt rJrmrnt Itmmtl of a Meat 1tDI Accord Alnrt AccordtflE AccorilIHK
IHK hit to Science SclcneePIc clCnePIt Pic and Rnt lee 11 Cream CreamAnd Crran CreamI
I And t Donglintits Jonclmnta Kubstltutr Hnbttutl for forMeat forMcatNntrltve forMeatNutritivo
Meat McatNntrltve MeatNutritivo NutrltUc Value alue of Soups SoupsA SnUII SnUIIA
A restaurant rturnt is i being bing planned by the theNational theNatonl theNational
National Natonl Progressive Prglvo Woman Suffrage SuffrageUnion RulrK SuffrageUnion
Union nj which is I to bo b an educational eductonal insti institution insUj inatiidJon ¬
j tution ton teaching U g how to live economically economicallytod econmnicUyld
tod ld well el with Uh no ment or n little littleDoaslblQ HUl 1LtthnoiuIbtq
DoaslblQ lblo and the suffragists sufrlt expect expct to tohttabUab totbUdemontrton toiuetabllahdeznunatrntiou
httabUab iuetabllahdeznunatrntiou tbUdemontrton demonstration counters all al about abouttovrov obout oboutwher abouttown
town where wher suffragists Bulra i8t In caps cp and andaprons andwi andapoia
aprons will wi practically protcly demonstrate demonstrte meat mentless meatacooklnl meat1I
less acooklnl cooking and where callers cUers may be bepiled b beipllod
ipllod piled Ue with menus menul for a I month monthQ montbQt monthQut
Qt Q Qut t in Indiana Idiana saloon lulon men have hve agreed agreeds aged
s te do 0 away with meat on their free rre lunch lunchiIt lunchtn lunchowflra
owflra owflraIt
tn
iIt I is a far cry cr from suffragist sufrgit to saloon saloonkeeper 8loD 8loDk aaloouLeicr
> keeper k pr from New York to t Indiana but butnven butven butven
nven ven further furher are the idea and the practice practiceit prctic
i it f meatless meatess meals mels spreading Fifty thou thousand thouworking thousend ¬
sand working men and women of Colorado Coloradooecame Colordo Colordoame Coloradoflecarne
oecame ame vegetarians veietarhls recently rcntY A Boston Bostonmass B0ton B0tonr Boetonmaae
mass r meeting mectnR resolved rNolve to call cl upon upn tho thomeat thome themeat
meat me eating eQUIP citizens ctzns of that city ciy to abstain abstainfrom obBtl abatainfrom
from the use us of meat mot for two weeks weeksMeals weeksMelB weeksdeala
Meals MelB Without Meat is the inscription inscriptionborne Inscriptioni inscriptionborne
i borne bre by a placard adorning the front frontwindow rrontdQwof frontwindow
window dQwof of a Trenton Trnton restaurant rtaurnt and the theowner theolor theA
A owner olor says 1 he is doing an al increasingly increasinglyflourishing Increalinglyfoushlng increasinglyfiowiahing
flourishing foushlng business bulneM Eat No Meat Meatposters Mlot Mlotptr Meatthe
posters axiom the West Side from Central CentralPark Centlrk CentralPark
ptr aor
Park rk to Riverside Rveride Drive Drve from Seventy ReventyMcond Rventy Rventycnd Seventyaecond
Mcond cnd street Btret to 125th street Meatless MeatlessMlads Meatess Meatessfl Meatlessalade
fl Mlads are ar announced anno nod for a Bayonne Bayonneoclal Byonne Byonneeiat Bayonneocial
oclal eiat affair affairIt lalr lalrIt I IIt 1
It Is I I to ob be noted nole that tht in most mlt of these thesejVaried the theJftreknd these1varied
Jftreknd jVaried and various activities aotvlle a a semi BomleseriflcJal Iml ImleIO semieacriciI
eseriflcJal eIO atmosphere otm0pher prevails prvais prvaisque The Thequestion Thequostdon
question que n with some is however h9wfver whether whetherthe
the abstainers btlnef are ronot not better bter off 01 than thantheywere thantbewerebror thanthey
theywere tbewerebror they were before tho sacrifice sacrificeTUs scrilc sacrificeriio
TUs T question hinges bln upon upn whether whlthfr or orHot orot ornot
Hot ot the te energy energ given by vegetable vepetblo foods foodsIs roo
Is l asuervicoahln bin as that t ht given by tot tott meatj meat meatfoods
j foods t o in In eqCa developing the system stm Rven Food Foodas o
as l scientifically ientfrly defined defned is material materialWhioB ratena ratenawhot materafaIol
WhioB whot when hf taken tken Into the body by serves servesto Sert8 Sert8o servcto
to o forar fotIUe formtisaue tissue Qyield a yield energy en rg or to toi do dobotlu d d1oth
botlu bth jSome e interesting Interltng figures fgunsalongl along alongLhta alongLhtaline ihts ihtsI
I line i8 are a given givtn by the thed domestic mNto science sciencedepartment Idenc scienceclepirtlilent
department deplent of TeachersCollege TeachersCollegeFoMiYalues TMcher Teachers Colege Colegeo College CollegeFoc5d
FoMiYalues Foc5d luN are ArenesurQ measure by the calo calorie cl cjine l lr ¬
r rie ne o a heat h t unit nit which whlc is s the utnount Imount of ofheat or1t ofbeat
heat 1t teguired uo Jlo rnlsfl Is the thetmpmtur temperature temperatureof
of e oPud ori1 on4potind pound of ocater water 4 degrees Kali 1ah 1ahlee Fakrenhelt Kalireahdt
lee reahdt The energy cnerg given glv n by bY foods ros is isnaeaattfad IseairM s sI
naeaattfad I in terms ters of this unit detcr detcrmined detorb detctkied
mined kied by the calorimeter calorimeterIt
It I 1tIe Is 1 b the protein cloFmetor cloFmetorI in I meat meat which as 8 ft fttissue i itlu
tissue tl builder btlder makes make Its It value Vlue Yet one onepousd onep0uD4 n ntu
pousd of beef bf taking a I cheap cheapeut cut of the theshoulder theol theshoulder
shoulder tu ol et costing Ctlng 12 cents ont gives dQI only 1 1Ot 1Otcalories 00 00calories
calories mlore having 20 z O per pr cent cnt of protein proteinwhereas prow protehiwhereas 1201 in inberlone
whereas berlone one pound of r wheat flour costing costingS cotng cotngj coatingcenti
j S cents cnt gives alve pund 1000 10 calories clorl J1vlng having 13 13per 13pr 13per
per pr cent ont of protein protin Fresh Frsh fish fh compare comparevery cmpl comporaityell
> Yf very favorably with wih meat meotbthha both having havingweight havingureIgIit ng ngelght
weight for weight from 18 to toQ 20 Q per cent centof ont ontof centr
of of r protein proteinIt prottlnI
It I is to t be seen n that the expense expne or meat meatlies mtut mtutle meatlice
lies le not only in its IU greater ratr original orgn origiretibut ° co t tbut tbuttl
but buttl also in I the comparatively low per per cebt cebtof Cb5 cebtof
of food fo value Meat tlat as n n most mOlt consumed consumedwill coneume1ivIll
will 11 be b surprised 8ur Pr1 d to tOle toIarn learn arlIIIIrgelY is largely waters watersThe waterThe awr awrTeanlyses I
The Teanlyses analyses of l the United Unlt States 8tltt Depart Departraent D 1iparIment p
raent metot of Agriculture Aghulture reveal rvealhat that anaveragj anaveragjof an nverag nveragof
of f over oVtr 60 e per cent cnt Qfvutr pf water In 1f found lond avorr Ili Iz the theedible t theedible
I edible eble part pr of beef br This ThilllIVl ThieIeavat Jeav l less a th that tJia < rtV
39 per pr cent ct each ech of protein prin and lnd fat fatChops fatCoP fatChops
Chops CoP at IO 0 cents Lnt a ppupd Pupd p upd mons means five fivecents fve fvet fiveeenta
cents t for a four ounce ouno chop lop Take Takoaway Takoawaythe away awaythe awaythe
the ounce ounc of bone and onehalf the re remainder reJnder r rmainder ¬
mainder Jnder which i e fat and which few people peopleoat p
oat et and about abut an ounce and a a11lf half of lean leanmeat le leanmeat Po Poet
meat IMt is I left t to cat ct and over 00 1 per cent centof ont onte ce t tof
of e this tis Is water waterThere wRtrTer waterThere
There Ter is much doubt about about the nutritive nutritivevalue nutritve nutritveyaue nutritivevalue
value yaue even of the old time meat broths brothsA
A strong Irng broth often oren reveals relall over oVlr 93 0 per percnt per1c r rt
1c t cnt t water It I is I the bread and other otheraccessories othlr othlraries otheracceasorios
accessories aries eaten oten with wih such suc foods fos that thatevidently thutevdety thatevidently
evidently evdety furnish the food fo value valueXJheeae valueCheoei aluefhee
fhee XJheeae intelligently Intlhenty used say thcuufood those thot thosefocd
food t scientist eentst is one of the best helt subciti subcititutes luhat siihtItutes
tu tutes for meat In fact cliccne chO is onlyoJ only onlyonethird onlynnetldrd
onethird oJ thr water while whie meat is twothirds twothirdsIt twothln
It tppUt supplies double nutritive nutriivQ agents Rlelt The Thevery rh rhe1y he heT
very T e1y r concentration concntrton of cheese chet In It i what whatmakes whatlnk whatinkkrs
makes lnk itlndlgeHtiblo ItlndlgCthle to t some tom organiza organizations orgoniMtoand organizations ¬
tions toand and it must then bo grated Kmt melted meltedor meltd meltdordlute
or ordlute diluted dilutedSuch blutedSich
Such 8uchcombintioM combinations as warmed crackers crackerxtopped cmcketpp crackerstopped
tpp topped with wih iv I sprinkling tprnllni of grated grtf chflI chflIa dices dicesare cheeso cheesow
a usually looked as rellshon rellshonjC
w are e usualy looke upon n mere relehol
jC c to t be b served IrvNI with wih soup or naiad slad but they theyhave teyave tieyhave
have ave a definite defnll food fo value So lm IIII n grated gratedcheese IrW IrWchelsnd gratedchse
cheese chelsnd chse and naiad llad dressing fllled fll into the thegroove thea thegroove
groove a v of a celery cler stalk stalkGrated Htale HtaleOrlt stalktrated
Grated Orlt cheese chQ in cream crem of vegetable vegetablesoups vegtahleItp vegetablesoups
soups Itp or In soups BOUp made of hominy homny or corn cornmeal cor cornfleal
meal mel make for nutritive nutrive value Cheese CheeseAlices Chle Chlet Cheesesti
sti Alices t c ts made with wih milk mik with wih or with without without without ¬
out flour four may be poured pure over vegetables vegetablesover vegetbles vegetblesover
over tt toast with wih or without a I poached egg oggincluded egl eggincluded
included include or thickened thickene and combined corhlned with withcooked withOke withj
cooked Oke j rice rce or macaroni macronl be b made into intocroquettes Intocuett
7 7croquettos croquettes cuett and fried fre in fat fatFor rator fatFor
For or tho calories clores to bo b gained gaine from meat meatfati met metft meata
fati ft a substitute s bstut is II found in those thO in milk milkand mik mikand milkand
and butter buttr In fact the free uso of cream creamin crm crmin creamin
in c coffee Iee and cereal crnl obviates obvlnt almost if ifnot ifnot
not fast fastThe entirely etrely the need ned of meat for break breakfast brek brekflt breakfast ¬ I
The markets mrket nowadays furnish vege vegetable ¬
p table tle fats fat and seed 8 and nut oils ois as well vere veretle as asanimal 81 asanimal
animal amml fats fa Olive Olve oil oiiB is recommended by byphysicians b bphylclan
t physicians phylclan Servod on a vegetable eletble salad saladtogether slad sladtogether saladtogether
together with bread or crackers crckef and andcheese amicb andcheese
cheese cb It fulfils rultls all al the requirements requirement for forono rorono forceo
ono meal mel Fats at when concentrated concntrt Into Intopastries Intoptries intopastries
pastries ptries are admittedly admitedly slow Ilow of diges digestion dlKestloQ digeetloii ¬
tion but the open air eater eatr the laborer laboreror laofr laofrof
or of the picnicker opn can cn well wel substitute substtut pies piesand pieean piesand
and doughnuts doughnut for meat meatNuta mot mot1utl moati
i an Nuta ute say the te dietitians dlettanB ore ar not half halfappreciated halfp haltappreciated
appreciated p 1utl r td tut a a food fod They bey lend them themselves themlve themselves ¬
selves lve to t cooking coking as a a well wel as n to t raw eating eatingIndeed eatng eatngInde
1 Indeed Inde better bttr because bcu as in cheese chee the theintntt them theI themeat
meat m value v lue In thorn thor lit I HO 1 concentrated concentratedthat concntrted I Itbat
I that it It should Ibould be diluted diutd and combined combinedWith combined1ltl combInedwith
With other oter foods foodsThe rodB rodBhernch foodsThe
1ltl The hernch French chestnut combined corbined with withprunes wih wihpru0 withprunes
prunes pru0 and nd onions seasoned Iasoned with wih butter butterpepper buttr buttrPMr butterpepper
pepper PMr and salt 1 and the whole thoroughlycooked thoroughly thorughlyckd thoroughlycooked
cooked ckd furnishes fumlhel the requisite reuisit elements elementsfor olementfor
A for the heavy part of the meal meal Sub Substituted HubtttuU Substituted ¬
stituted tttuU for meat meat In nut croquettes crouetes nut nutloaf nut10t nutloal
loaf 10t andUiock adulok steaks stakl it must mUIt bo b remem remembered remembr remembored ¬
bored br that nuts nut excepting excptng the chest chestnut chOt choett ¬
t nut average as 11 much mich protein protin as choose chooseand chol cheeseand
and more than half us a much as butter butterOn buter buterOn butterOn
On tho whole they are arebter better used as asadjuncts I iualjunote
adjuncts IdJinot to t increase IncrMI the nutritive nutritve Ule value valueof
5 of rlinple simple dish dishUround dishOround disht
t Uround nuts nuU combined combinec with a starchy strchy
4 foundation foundaton such ns mashed mahed potatoes potatoesvouked pottfI potatoesouked
vouked Ckt cereal or broad and milk mik the thacompound thocompund thecompound
compound compund variously seasoned Ined may ma bo bojnade bone honade
jnade value valueThe valueThe valtiurho ne into Int croquettes crouett of highly hl hly nutritive nutritivevalue nutritve nutritvevalue nutritivevaltiu
The vegetarian vcletlrlan realUea reale the food value valueof valueo
of nut nut and uses U8el nut nlt cream on his cereal cerealgrated cereaJl ccreajgritted
o grated d almonds nlnouds with oatmeal walnuts walnutswith walnut1Itl walnutsth
with 1Itl l th wheat or any combination cOlblnalon fancy fancyand lalCYand fancyaicl
and taste astf dictate dictatePbrliapn dict tictatePtrliapN te tePrhapl
Pbrliapn Prhapl tho closest coAt xubetitilte Iubsttlle for forflesh rorteslfood forflesh
flesh teslfood foods IK II to t I II be found fOI1 in the tho legumes legumespeas 1lpltes 1lpltesIil
peas Iil e i and beans heanl and Ild l lentils mtll more ear eartlcuulariy par particularly ¬
tolrly ticularly in p pea a und ald beau flour four rar rartolrly Flue Thoflour fheour Flueflour
flour our is h used Ild in f1 thickening thickenili soup and added addedti lulhd lulhdt
ti t to > soup p stock ltk not 10t n coHHurily ltcelrly toUI meat meatraakCB lat uuuatnssk
1 raakCB 1 nssk ono on of the moat nUHt nutritive nutritve of nil nilHoilpa ni allwlup
Hoilpa Dry p IWII peule iue as al purchased plrollHed average averagefrom averagcI
I from MJp 20 2 to t 21 21 per cent clnt of protein proteint proteiri
i 4 A j Even ve vei1 in tho rise 1 of legumes 1Illllel nay the thndietitians timF
t f F dietitians ItUan cost C01t Is greatly frcitly magnified magnifiedbyv fnlnlfCi
1 byv by the he houselwpors hoUlkePr unwIlllngtwH unwiln I to tofaiM tosft
faiM sft tIme and trouble trolbl to prepare the theM thome
M j 1 rfrjr J Iegumea ti Rumes me Bought BOliht dry and nd care careLU careV carefitMy
LU V fily done ne they aro better oter und cheaper cheaperttlttft chelpercne choSIerUias
ttlttft 1ha wmen canned cannedr
I e r r WMb W WM tbe tk cne legumes lmell as witU WiU witiot > ost 0t artfelos arUM
4
h
of food fo they to add ad the to cost ct Is greatly lty In Increased Incf Increased ¬
creased by b t the te ever eer crowing w In demand demandfor demd demdror
cf
for food out of <
ro products prut season lun People Peopledemand Ieplodemd Ieopledemand
demand demd froab string strng beans oan principally principallyat rlnclply rlnclplyat
at tho time when bon fresh lrh string strn beans bn are areout ar areout 1 1out
out of
Benson BensonThe seasonThe n
The common cmmon white whit bean b tho white whitepea wblt whitepea I
pea bean b the red r kidney kdney the yellow yelow eye eyethe eyete eyethe
the fea te black blak turtle turtl the te white whto lima lma the theimported theImported I
imported impr green gn flageolets fagelet these thes are areROine aresme aresome
some sme of the te varieties varetel any Iny grocer grr can canshow cn cnshow canshow
show There Ther IB II the te whole pea and the thesplit te teIpl thesplit
split Ipl pea pa the te green Irn and the te yellow yelow pl There Thereare Ther
are or many types typ of leguminous plants plantswhich plant plantewhloh
whloh are nlmoit unknown to t Now Ne Yorkers Yorkersbut Yorker Yorkersbut
but which Japan Japn has hl found to t bo b of great greatnutritive greatnutritive
nutritive nutritve value valueoup valueup valueSoup I
Soup oup up is by no means mennl the only method methodof metho
of the to legumes 10 umo preparation Bke Baked or orbroiled orbried orbroiled
broiled bried alone alone or in prpmtor combinations Cmblntonl appear appearing appeartag ¬
ing oa 1 salads or croquettes oruett the the legume legumeof appr apprIng
of large protein protin constituency cfttuenc is il ii a com comparatively cm cmprtvEly cornparativehy ¬
paratively prtvEly cheap substitute lublttut for meat meatTho meatThe
The peanut pnut ia Ii the te richest rcheBt in fat of the tholealimes thelelumes thelewumes
lealimes lelumes As basis balis of cream crm soup sup as asfilling al asfilling
flnl filling substance Bubstnc for sandwiches Mndwlc11I as salad saladdressing Mtd Mtddrtlng saladdressIng
dressing in combination cmhlnaton with wit oil 01 and andVinegar andVh1fjar andurinegar
Vinegar Vh1fjar tho food value of the te peanut poanutmay pnut pnutmy peanutmay
may my lie 11 well attested attestedAt
At the th wel correspondingly crspndingly attte high prices priceewbich priceewbichprevail which whichprevail whichprvai
prevail prvai for milk mik and ond eggs it is 1 somewhat somewhatdoubtful somewhatdobtul somewhatdoubtful
doubtful dobtul whether their elgs substitution lubstltuton for formeat forUat formeat
meat Uat makes for economy enomy Yet only a avery avery avery
very moderate moorte proportion of milk mik or egg eggserves eg egsrvts egserves
serves srvts to place plc prprtion many combinations cmhlnatons of ofvegetables ofvgtahle ofvogetaliles
vegetables or of cereals Lrall nutritively nutrively beside besidetho belle belletho besIdethe
tho steak Itek or roost roostKeg rOt roastEgg
Keg 111 and milk mik compounds cmpounds rich ric caramel caramelcustards crmel crmelcustrds mmmclcuetards
custards custrds should Ihould not be used as a 1 supple supplementary supplementry supplemetutary ¬
mentary mentry dessert detrt They use are Ir worth substi substitution lubet aubstitutlon ¬
tution tuton into tho t tb place plc of meat mlat The Te same sarnnholds snll sameholds
holds holdl for ice Ic cream crm or mousse mon The Te eight eightor eltht elthtor
or ten tn egRs t18 ignorantly i nrnty used U81 in many manV a acake ackl acake
cake ckl recipe rcip are ur equivalent euivalent to t a pound of ofmedium ofmedium ofmedium
medium fat meat meatCereal meatCIral meatCereal
Cereal CIral foods fo08 and bread bad though tough contain containing cntln cntlnInp containlag ¬
lag Inp fat and ant protein prtein are ar not meat met substi substitutes lub8t substitute ¬
tutes tu s They TboY contain cntin too to much starch starchwhich strch strchwhich starchwhich
which Is valuable but must mut be supple supplemented lupplmfnt suppleinented ¬
mented mentedThe inentedThe
mfnt
The Te onion turnip carrot rnot and egg egpolant eg egolant eggplant
olant combined cmblle with wit bread brad crumbs cmbs and andbuttor andbutter
butter buur or o cream cm furnish furish fuel rel value and andBO ond8epkC
BO 8epkC replace meat mputHorace mlt mltI meatHorace
I Horace HOT1l Fletcher Fletcherl the masticator ftctor while whilenot whUI whilenot
not rot professing nrBllng to t lie a vecetarian vegetran in the theatrlrt theJtrhit8C thetrint
atrlrt Jtrhit8C trint sense en e says 8V8 that in n the te theesent jrewnt lcnt site sitebfliurrkd all acebfhtlrrjed
bfliurrkd brblrried oatinn ott and ad overeatlnir overtnl the thevegetarian tl thevegetarian
vegetarian vpetarlau tage tageArchbishop undoubtedly undoubtly has ha the te nvan nvantaJe advantarc advan advantage ¬
taJe
taJerchblsh tarcrchbIshopTreland Archbishop rchblsh rchbIshopTreland p Ireland IrlR11 attributes atrlbu s the te hUh hUhcorf hhthOt highcoet
corf Ot nf living Ivlnl to t the te Ignorance htnornc of the theAmerican te teAmtIOn theAmerIcan
housekeeoing houlktEolni American AmtIOn woman womn and In cooking matters nltr relating r1tng to tohousekeeoing t tobotisekeeolg
Americans Amfrcn8 do not know how to save saveto svo svoi saveIn
to i cooking ooklnq he nays lay and what wht th tey thsy y do dooook ro rotheydoJ doopok
oook they theydoJ dont t know how to t prenarn plIln plIlnlmanntr preoarnin preoarninamanner in inu
u manner lmanntr to t make k it palatable platable and health healthgiving1 holt healthiving
giving1 giving1The Klvin KlvinThedepartment iving ivingThedepartment
The Thedepartment of foods tos and ooolcery ooolceryat ololer
at It Teachers T achrs College Cl4l bears r out this state statement stw stwment statemont ¬
ment saying sylnl t that housekeepers r today todayuro tdY tdYar
uro ar not wlllinc wiin to t prepare prnr the cheaper cheapercuUtrf clper clperCUW cheapercutaof
cuUtrf CUW fr mcatwhJrh mt wt h would be in the tht high highest hith hithet highemt ¬
est degr degf degree s nutritive If i adequately dequa ly pre prepared pr pronamred ¬
pared But UuVastho utalQ s tho big hil call ctlsforthomol is for fortho tho more moret moretta
t 11r H d tta r cuts chitf th supply Is not equal eual to toth t tothntlomand
thdeDnr thntlomand th rtemand and the prices prlcl scar sonrWhwi IIr IIrltWle scaryttet
ltWle Whwi u I fowl ro1ls is bought boujht the t breast and andJoiApi al aloi andjneiureuac4
JoiApi jneiureuac4 oi aro rt nscd but the the nutritive nutrltlvf upsets at of oftlxi ort oftbs
t tbs nok k and foot fot n nd lees Itr are nr not drained drainedirndtht drlle drainedmcvidtbe
irndtht Jd Jb less II ved 1iMof isedof of the bought article articleIhvhttrhor artlco artlco1Qhthor articleUiJtehnr
Ihvhttrhor 1Qhthor ia the price paid paidInto ohl ohlI paidIntoTho
I tn IntoTho Into o the e question queton pr of institutes IlbltHuts for meat meatmativ mplt meatinabvfactors
mativ mt inabvfactors factors fctl enl1 cpl Th T The fut fatatid and Td protein proteinnompdnenfa protlnOprentA proteinodnppenfn
nompdnenfa must mua be fqiuillcd IUe the te asatmi asatmitatlntr Jimi Jimi1rUnlquaUil asalmi1uitItgquaU1te
tatlntr 1rUnlquaUil 1uitItgquaU1te OprentA qualities must mut lx 1 HS s r rfadv ready > adr and andrompleto amirmrlet andcomplete
complete rmrlet and Indth the form npH arr ar the t smell smel and andthi RndI
I thi ti i towtc ttmulc rnrntnpiHia Iplal to t tle ti e nut t In like llkodecree liketmii ie ieI
I decree tmii c no at does dos i lho the e oripiml There Tff is inovcrv isovcrrIikuIhnd
ovcrv ovcrrIikuIhnd r Iflrpilhocd that tht it is the flavor favor of ofmrit ofmct
1 mrit rt thit t1t is ISmore more k keenly mly missed nis il d than tm Rt Rtrutrtvo nov novnutritive nv nvnutritive
nutritive rutrtvo quality qual of flt it Yet Yot even In this thiIlpn thisIlpo
1110 Ilpn the t VoToUblo pqetblo kingdom klnedom is I manifest mnlrelt manifestin t tin
Iln in < r popsilIHties popsilIHtiesIn plllte plllte1n
In vegetable etblo soups ups and ar4sauicets sauces a lightly lightlyburned Ilhtly Iightlburned
Imrled burned sugar 8rca caramel almost afc8lc matches mtchs th thlnvn thbron
lnvn rrwit mf1 flivor fvor Browned Brwne brood breidfor bnd bndLM1 brooderhtone
LM1 erhtone for f sums IIM ooase OIP crumbs cumbl for forvcrethlo rort foro1lnt
t o1lnt 1e < vcrethlo hlesanr and fine fne ones for forsusfnit fol forcoqm1sugpeat
coqm1sugpeat IIn 11 susfnit WJt animal tissues tllue in th tllr tllrI thir thirfiuavnr > ir
fiuavnr lvo trans senses 8r11 can tt be sufflHently lumlenty
I riecolvtK reCv decv4vcKiho < th thf greatest troat > 9t problem Irble In fln Indini Indinia ling
1 iitibRtitutes a t tb fAibstUut r tu s w wIll 111 I be bl b solved 11vod and fnlh vege vegemayabound vegeuis veganahoUnd
mayabound anahoUndiItSTEflIESS uis mayaboundr mayaboundMASTEmESS m r oun ouna
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MASTEmESS 1STFnlFS PACKS PACKSWltil PtCJ PtCRWtIloics S SP SWld
P
Wltil Wld WtIloics IOK Uo of ffrlciltleh Africa hlch tnlte te to Hunt Huntnml It ant untnntll antnn
nml nntll nntlll nn Kill KillHunting 1111fluru4g
Hunting lunn gw where bef and dlnWhtevercountr in whatever country countryho
l ho ht llk llkea without wl lout thout leave 18e or license Icle the theCape theCphuntlng thecipe
Cape Cphuntlng hunting dog d g or wild wid honden of the theBoors theBr theBodra
Boors Br becomes bem6 a terror terr to the te game ge in inthocountry inthocountry inthcountry
thocountry he hunts hlnt not qnly on account accountof accunt accuntof
of the bucks he destroys but because bUI ho hokeeps hekps hokeeps
keeps kps ell the tll game in the district diltrct in a astate aBtte astate
state Btte of unrest unrestHe unreBtle unrestlie
He le IK admirably endowed endowe by nature natureytith ntur naturewith
with wih all al the necessary nor qualifications qulfctlon to toenable totmahlf toenable
enable tmahlf him to find fnd hunt and kill ki his hisown hison hisown
own on quarry qlar without help Once Onc afoot afootwith aoot aootwith afootwith
with his game g me says Hailya Ball ° v Magazine JUagatinta Maaline Maalineki
a kill ki becomes bomt1 almost alOOt an ni absolute ILh1t cer certainty cr crtainty certainty ¬
tainty taintyStanding taintyStnding taintyStanding
Standing Stnding 25 i to t 27 7 inches Inchel high hilh with withgood wih wihIod wit witgood
good Iod good galloping aloplng quarters quaref rather rther long I but butvery butver butvery
very ver muscular legs leg with strong feet let and andtoe nnd nndto andtoes
toe to the ears Mm are very vcr large lrge and erect erectbeautifully erot erotI erectbeautifully
heautlfuly beautifully formed lorme to catch ctch the faintest faintestsound ralntel faintestsound
I sound when working worklnl in thick tick coverts covertsAdded cover covertsAdded
Added dde to this ho has ha a very ver keen sf sense
of Hindi HindiThe Ilel ututellThe
The jaws are wonderfully wondertulY strong stlong with withIxnutiful withhcaltlfll withbeautiful
beautiful hcaltlfll white whit teeth tPth toot they can break breakhone brek brekbone breakhones
hone bone which few animals animls except excpt the hyena hyenacould hyenaculd hyenacould
could culd crack and the strength of the thelatters thelattrs thelattorejawa
latters lattrs lattorejawa jaws Ja W8 and andteoth teeth tth are ar proverbial proverbialTheir proverbial
Their mode moe of hunting huntng is II very ver clover cloverHaving clover cleverHaving
Having found and ald started Itr a buck some someof Bme Bmeor someof
of the fleetest Oett dogs dog gallop glop forward forar ahead aheadof ahe
of the main man pack pck keeping on either eiher side sideto Idet
to t prevent prev ent the buck turning turing and doubling doublnF doublinback
back As them the dogs dog tire tre they fall 111 back backand bck bckand baa baaand
and others other take tko up the running rnning in their theirplace theirpla theirplace
place pla When the quarry qur tires tre the pack packcloses packclones
pck pckCoR8
closes CoR8 in II and all al their thell energy Is devoted devotedto devot
to t killing kilng by b tearing tring out energ the viscera visceraSome vllra vllraSome visceraSome
Some writers wrtr say the pack pok takert tke the theform thelorm theform
form of a 0 crescent creen Mf when running their theirprey theirprey theirprey
prey gradually Irdualy closing conl In as I the game gametirert gametire4 me
I tirert tre All Al agree that the short time tme taken takenin tken tkenIn
in running ag down a buck Is simply 8mply marvel marvellous manJlOlS mnarvelIons
Ions lOlS a 0 quarter qurer of an nn hour being bing the theestimated te te61trnte theestimated
estimated 61trnte time in hunting buntng killing kilng and andconsuming andconlumlng andconsuming
consuming a buck under ordinary ordlnf cir circumstanced elreurstnc dr droumnatanecs ¬
cumstanced cumstancedThe eurstnc
The wild wid dog in il not nt all al fastidious fatdious an anto I asto
to t what food fo he shall Khal take but blt he levies leviestoll leviestol leviestoll
toll tol on any ony sort of buck or antelope nntelop ho hofinds hefnds hofinds
finds fnds handy Gnu Onl sable Kble and waterbuck waterbuckare wlterhuck wlterhuckre
are re mild Hld to t be b his favorite favort food roo but he hehan hohl hehas
han hl been ben known to t pull pul down a buffalo buffalowhen bulalo bulalowhen buffalowhen
when pressed for food ro Nolf Needless to tonay t tosay
nay when attacking attcking a powerful powerul animal animallike anhnl anhnllke animallike
like lke this some Bmo of the dogs dog meet with witha wih wihI
a I sudden death deth and these tl are consumed consumedby
by the surviving members membr They Te cnume always alwayaneem alway
seem m ravenous rvenous for food fo and their appe appetite appetitee ¬
tite tito nearly insatiable Intble There does dol app not notHeom notIm notseem
seem Im to t lie any Iny record reord of their having havingattacked hving hvingattcke havingattacked
attacked attcke a white whie man manTho mn mnThe manThe
is sometimes sometimencalled sometimescalled
The Cape hunting huntnl dog smetmeR smetmeRcle
called cle the hyena hyena dog dol on account occunt of his hislikeness hl8lken0 hislikeness
likeness lken0 to tho hyena hyeM The likeness likenesshowever Ukene likenesshowever
however Is l only superficial Buprcal and the fact factthat fMttht factthat
that tht he runs rn down and od kills kis his hil prey
fin In a sporting sprtnl manner mner entitles entte8 him to a nBmal asmall
1 small Bmal share Ihare of our respect respt which a scav scavenger scv scven cavunger ¬
enger en er like lke the hynea hyno could never com command commnd cornmend ¬
mend mandPacks mnd mndlackR mendlacks
Packs range rnge from fifteen flteen to t forty fory in innumber Innumbr Innumber
number numbr Tho note not is belllike bellke and rather rathermusical rther rthermUllcl rathermusical
musical mUllcl One writer wrlr Sir tir Andrew Smith Smithlikens Smithlkes Smithlikens
likens lkes It to t n Hohohoho lohohoho sound Bund tend tending tnd tndIn tendin ¬
ing In to t run rn one into int the tbl other It I is I a a moot mootpoint mot motpomt mootpoint
point as a to t whether wheher they tley ever bark rk In the theordinary theordin theordlnau7
ordinary way
The Cape Cp hunting dog seems 8mB incapable incapablenf IncpabJeor
nf thorough domestication dometcton They have haveboon hve hvebeml havebeen
boon crossed croled with wih other dogs dOg but the thercmilt therult theresult
result has hll never been satisfactory stsfatr the theyoung theyounl theyoung
young retain rtin tie treacherous trMcheruR nature of oftho arth ofthe
younl the th wild wid parent prent The 1h hunting huntng dog la laminierotiH 18lumero isnumerous
numerous lumero In East 1Ast Africa Arro and most mOt sport sportIng sprt sprtIng sporting
Ing parties prUe account for a few fewThe fewTl fowTire I
The Tl Only Onl lldlrf 111f 111ffrlm Jieltefbrans lldlrfFrom i
From frlm the Ih London indo Acadrmv AcadrmvKhali JtednIVIhal tcadcr tcadcrSluall
Khali Ihal no e have prayer for rain Thomas Thomasnskcd Thoru ThoruKIle1 ThomassnkeI
nskcd KIle1 the vIcar vicar of the clerk cerk during a pro protracted protmeted protracted ¬
tracted drought droughtOh rroulh rroulhNOh
NOh Oh Mir Ir you do exactly eXRcty as al you please pleaseBut plfalelut pleaseItuut
But lut dont dOlt you 01 think It would wOlld bo b a I rood 100d 100dt goodthiui roodthlnp
thlnp t thiui Rain IK I badly Ialy wanted wantedon
hinl on 01 do H as you YOI plenso 1le sir Ir Voud old better betterai bter bterl
ai l ii II If MO 0 be as i you YOIlo do want It it13uuI
Hill ImtniiH Thnlnl I you dont seem sfem 1 to real rlalZ realize realizehis IO IOtlif
his 111 nereindty nlI 11 for having Inl the Ih prayer
Hltws Il you Ut sir Il you YOt av ace that ther prayer
If the you YOI moon bo 14 so 10 do 4 sot lot rfc cA5 on It Isbin v bit It wont won rain till tillthe It tillthe
doi
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F THE TH NEXT SUFFRAGE RGE STATE STATEW
W IIHS RS S DK YOU oi 1 THIXKS TIlls THAT IT ITWILL 11 11IIILL
WILL nL UK WASUtXOTOX WASUtXOTOXTwice US1IXiTOV US1IXiTOVTwlc
Twice In Territorial Terriorial Das Da Women olen There ThereHad Tere TereHad Therehad
Had the Right RI51t t to Vote and Twice Twll1 the theCourts Ihf theCourts
Courts Took It I Away way From Thrum TlirmThey Tem TemTIY ThrumThey
They TIY May Ia Win I catn ln In November NovemberMrs NoaernbthMrs
Mrs f Emma Smith De roe Vo who was WI one oneof oneof oneof
of the two delegates dellgaies representing rprsnUng the theState tbeStte timeState
State Stte of Washington Wnhlngton at the te recent rcnt national nationalmeeting natonal natonalmetng nationalmeeting
meeting metng of the Civic Federation F erton In Wash Washington WuhIngtn Washlngton ¬
ington Ingtn cams cme to New York at the clone C0 of oftho oftho oftho
tho convention conventon and spent Bpnt several Beverl days daysin dasin laysIn
in consultation cOll ultton with wib suffrage lulrge leaden lene con concerning cn cncring concorning ¬
corning the suffrage utrgeoendment amendment cam campaign campig cornpalgn ¬
paign pig now going on in her State StateMrs Stat StateMrs
Mrs Mf Do Voe Vo is II tho president pre pr ldent of the theWashington tMWlhington th thWashington
Washington Wlhington State Stat Suffrage Bulrgo Association Associationand A8olaton A8olatonand
and that fact taken tken in connection cnnecton with withher withher withher
her presence prsenc as 1 a delegate d legte at the Civic CivicFederation Clvloeeraton CivicFederation
Federation convention says a good deal dealconcerning dealconcring dealconcerning
eeraton conventon goo
concerning the status of the suffrage suffragemovement lulrge lulrgemovement suffragemovement
movement in Washington Washlnltn Governors Ooveror of ofEoutem ofEtr ofEastern
Eastern Etr States Stats when hen appointing appintng dele delegates delegats ddegates ¬
gats gates to national conferences conrernC do not seek seekthe sek sekthe seekthe
the presidents of tholr State Stat suffrage sufrge noise association MSCheaton noiseclations ¬
ciation eaton The 1Ie other Washington WlthlnRton dele delegate dle dlegate dalegate ¬
gate Mr Todd Tod both bth voted votand and spoke spokefor spokefor pokefor
for the suffrage sulnge bill bi when it passed p8 tho thoLegislature thl th thLegislature
Legislature Lgislatur last winter winterOther wintr wintrOher wInterOther
Other Oher straws trwI show which way the wind windblows wld wldbtowl windblows
blows btowl In Washington just now fOV Ther There is isIn I i iin
In that tht State a lovely region rgion called cle the thePuyallop thoPuyalop thePuyallop
Puyallop Puyalop Valley Valey It I is the land land of big bigred bigr bigred
red r apples aple those tho apples that weigh a apound apound apound
pound apiece People make tSOO S to toSIO tosltxxi
11000 SIO an acre ac from berries brrie in the Puyallop PuyallopValley PYRI PuyallopValley op opValeY
Valley ValeY One man pays pys an annual anual expretM expretMbill expf1 expresimbill
bill bU of 10000 6l 0 just jut to t send nd his milk mik to tomarket tomarket tomarket
market marketPuyallop marketPuylop marketPuyallop
Puyallop Puylop Valley Vatc has ha a fair every evlr year yearto yearto yearto
to which whlchpplo people go from frm all over the theState theStt theState
State Stt State Stte Senator Smltor Paulhemus Is II proud president prei preident prouddent ¬
dent of tills tbll fair At the lest lat fair ho asked askedMrs ake askedMrs
Mrs 1f De Voc Vo to t be b president of womans womansday womns womnsday womansday
day Among her vicepresidents were wereMnt wer wereMrs
Mrs lr M E Hay lIlY wife wie of the llepublican llepublicanGovernor ltpub1cm ltpub1cmOoveroror ItepublicanGovernorof
Governor Ooveroror of Washington Walngn and the presidents prealdentHof prident
of all the State Stto organizations orlDnlztlons of women womenin
in Washington Wnshh1gtn The women had hd a prams procession proc procIlon pramssion ¬
sion Ilon through t1rough the tht fair grounds gound with wit floats floatsThe toUU floatsThe
The fair CalraBocaton association presented prEent the suffrage suffrageassociation sltrlge sltrlgeWolton suffrageassociation
association Wolton with a booth botb and ond Senator SenatorPaulhemus Snntor SenatorPauthemus
I Paulhemus Pnulhemu decorated doorat it at his own owt ex expense expnse axpense ¬
pense penseThi pnse penseThen
I Thi nlm Then > n the dlreo dlrtrgenerl directorgeneral torgeneral of the Seattle Seattleexposition Sttle Sttleexpiton Seattleexposition
exposition expiton asked aske Mrs Ir De Yea Vo to take takecharge tkochrge takecharge
charge chrge of the first frt Sunaay meeting metng on onthe onte onthe
the te exposition explton grounds Iroumls last lat summer Mrs MrsDe lf MrsDo
De Voe presided prde nnd on the platform platformwith phtor phtorwith
with her aLt DirectorGeneral Drtrener1 Nadeiu Nadeiuwho Naeu Naeuwho Nadexuwho
who is president of one of the big banks banksof hnkl hnklor
of Seattle tte He Introduced Intruce the president presidentof prldlnt prldlntor
of the State Stt suffrage lulrgc association oluton and andmade andmde andmade
made mde a speech Judge Ben Lindsoy LlndC was wasthe wasthe as asthe
the speaker speker of the te day dy and there tber was WI an anandienoe unaudienc anandienoe
andienoe audienc of 3000 3000The 30 3000lhe
The bill hi for th tl the suffrage Iulmle amendment amendmentpassed amendmlnt amendmlntp8e amendmentpassed
passed the Legislature Lgllture last winter vintr by
70 p8e to IS in the House Iou and 32 3 to t 12 In lathe intheSnate latheSenate the theSenate
Senate Snate This proportion proprtion seems Iml fairly to torepresent toIprent torepreent
represent the sentiment of tbo voters votersThe votersThe otef
The Stite Fe lerationor FPer < tonlf trtborand lbr and thoRtite thoRtiteGrange thehteGrange theStteGrange
Grange both btb voted vot at at their last lst meeting meetingnot mltlng mltlngnot
not not merely to indorse IndoTe suffrage Bulrge but but to totnako t tomnaks
tnako mlke it n 1 part or their teir local lol work vor for or the theyeir theyer theyour
Pr
your and to t invite invit suffrage sulrle speakers spkef to toall tonil
all 01 their local lol meetingThe meeting metil nucetingsThe
The Te Washington miJTragists urall t have or organixcd or organisod
ganixcd lhwd WMhlnjon u camralgn unlqtio in the his history h htOr history ¬
tory tOr of womens womenl organizations orlaniztonl They Theypropose Tev Tevprps Theypropose
propose prps to t ascertain acertl1 by personal prnal conver conversation cnver cnverIUon conversation ¬
sation IUon how every voter in Washington Washingtonis WMhinltnn WMhinltnnIs
is going to t vote vot ever on the suffrage sulral6 amend amendment amendment amendment ¬
Ilnp
ment next net November Novembr This Thil tank t is ismade II ismade
made possible JMlble by the organization Oflanlzton of the thesuffrage tliasuffrage beurle
suffrage forces fore In the State StateThere Stt StateThere
urle There Tl1er in I not an te election eleton precinct princt in inWashington InWahlnltnwhlcb inuVashincton
Washington Wahlnltnwhlcb which is bigger blgler than Maine MaineNew MaineNew hlnpNew
New Hampshire Connecticut Cnotcut Rhnde RhndeIsland RhndeIslad RhodeInland
Island Islad Hamphir New Jersey Jer Maryland Mald and ad Debt Delaware Debtware a awa ¬
ware wa together tgeterhch togetherwhich which has h not noUt its suffrage suffragechairman lufroge lufrogechnrman suffragechairman
chairman chnrman Precincts Plnct contain cntin an un average averagenf uerge uergeor
nf only ICO voters voten each tach Blanks Banl havo havoI havebeen havobeen
been en supplied IUppJe to t all al chairmen They Theygo
I go to the te poll pl books bou and ad list Jst every ever voter voterIn votr votrIn
1
In the te precinct princt name ne and ad address adfOn adfOnth On Onthe Onthe
the th blank blk they also al add the nationality nationalityand uatonality
and occupation of the te voter and ad then thenthere thenter thenthere
there ter oupton la 1 a space left ler for remarks remarksAfter rmlrks rmlrksArer remarksAfter
After Arer the te voters votrs stand stnd on the te amend amendment amendment amendmeat ¬
ment line 11 been bn ascertained erlne he ls i listed listedon lsted lstedn
on n his own blank If I he ia against agalnt hlsro hlsroon his r ro rouron
on 1 is il written writ n down under Keinarks KeinarksThen Uemarkl llemarksThen
Then Ten they the see If they can find fnd some Mi ono onowho onowho onewho
who con ra answer 11wtr his objections objIton81ld and con convert cn cnvet convert ¬
vert vet him If I be In It a u strong Itrng suffragIst nuffracUtand RUlmll t tad
and ad willing wiing to help hlll the campaign campign that thatgowi thatgc thatgoes
down under Remarks or
goes dowl any anyother anyather anyother
other gc information Inroratlon that might 10 ho Ira of use useat 1 useat
at headquarters headquartereThese
These lee blanks blak as a fait as 8 they the arc ar filled filledgo fle
go o to State SUte headquarters headquarer The he cam campaign ear campaign ¬
paign plg committee cmmite known from rrm them thlm where whereto whf
to put In its It work If t a 0 neighborhood neighboihoodis neigholhod neigholhodII
is II found opposed it tries tres to t find fnd out tho thoreason thore thoreason
reason re n opp It organised orRani a meeting mtng and ne necurew socures r
cures curC local worker Fhmdly Friendly localities localitieswhich loclltes locllteshich localitieswhich
which hich need no work are ar left untroubled untroubledMrs untrubled untrubledMr
Mrs Mr nl De D Voe believes helevf that before eke election elo eketion ¬
tion ton the suffragists Hulrglst will wi know how every eer
county cmIty in the State Bthl is going goinl on the ques question qUMtlon quetstie ¬
tion tie that they will wi have a good god idea Ide of ofits ofIt ofits
its It majority majorty for or against and ad that they theywill thywl theywill
will wl t he > e able to tl forecast rOrnt pretty accurately accuratelythe aurtly aurtlythe
the result rsult in every ever election ehton precinct even ovenThey evenThey evenThey
They will wi also al have acquired alulr a nines ma of ofinformation orInror1aton ofinformation
information Inror1aton which will wi make very Vfr in interesting Intr intereating ¬
teresting tr tnl reading rading if ever published publishedIf puhllhed puhllhedI I
If I the measure moaSUf Is defeated dofelttd they will willknow wi willknow
know kow just who defeated defete It I Thin Thll form formof fonnof fortof
of organization orlnly ton is in Inr1lty reality just what whatMrs whatMf whatMrs i
Mrs Mf Carrie Crrl Chapman Patt att tt has hashen boon es establishing 8 ortablishing ¬
tablishing toblsblnl thin thi winter wintr in Now York al although nlthouh a athough ¬
though worked worke out Independently IndependentlyThere indepndenty indepndentyTer
There is good reason for tho Wash Washington Washington ash ashInjon ¬
Ter
ington womens Io determination determinton to have havethe Ilve Ilvethe havethe
the Injon suffrage lufmle said Mm Mrl Do D Yea Vo and andfor nndror andfor
for the way they they have kept at tho endeavor endeavorto
to get It year ytar after aftr year Ylar They had it itonoo itonc itonce
once onc by the will wl and gift git of the men of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Territory Tertor and it was wal taken t1f from fromthem fromthem fromthem
them by the court purely on a technicality tchnimlty
by judge not COlr elected eJect in the Territory Tertor
but appointed appoint by President Plldont fleveland flevelandomen rlevelandWomen
Women omen first flt voted vot in Washington Wl hln olln ollnlM In
1881 < having boon bol enfranchised enrrnchlsd by tho thoTerritorial thoTerritral theTerritorial
Territorial Territral Assembly of the previousyear previous prviousyear
year They voted voto in 1 1885 185 1S8 and 18W J8 In Ingreat Ingret ingreat
great gret numbers numbr and the result result was wal that thatmost thatmOt thatmost
most mOt of the thugs thuls and gamblers gamblef In the thefrontier thefrontier thefrontier
frontier towns tOWI of that day da found pressing press pressing prl ¬
ing business businell over tho border in British BritishColumbia Brtish BrtishColumbia BritishColumbIa
Columbia So real rl was this condition conditionthat conditon conditonthat
that the women of British Brtish Columbia Columbiawere Columbiawer
were wer enfranchised enrrnchl at that time tlno and ad the thomen themen themen
men who WuO introduced Irtrouc the bill bi said Ild In Indoing II indoing
found themselves themselvesobliged themselvesobliged
doing so 10 that they thlmslves thlmslvesobile
obliged obile to give plvo their women the vote votefor vot vetofor
for Holfprotectlon HolfprotectlonThe tlrprtclon tlrprtclon1be
The 1be women of BrItish Columbia Cullrbia htlll htlllhavo Itl stillhave
have the to ballot bal t but in Washington Washingtonalthough Washingtonallhoulh Vashingtonalthough
although allhoulh the woman suffrage slfmge law was wasnever wa wanever wasnever
never repealed the court cour took it away awayfrom awn awnfrom
from them Harry Harr Morgan was back backof backof bac bacor
of that action actionMorgan actionMorgan
Morgan actol is still Iti remembered remembere by old oldtimetx oldlm oldtimers
timers lm as ns the boss bOR gambler of Tncoma TncomaA Tconl
A henchman of bin nmed named Harland Hlrland had hadbeen hld hldbn hadbean
been bn convicted convloto of felony and sent to toprison toprison toprison
prison Both Bth men melund and women sat lt on the thoJury theJUr theJury
Jury JUr which convicted convlote him and Morgan Morgunchallenged Mor Morganchallenged n nchalhmge
challenged chalhmge the right rllh of women to act acta actaJurr an anjurors asjurors >
vsTerritory vs jurors Jurr Terior It I IK II all 1 toldin tho case cle of Ha Hrnd Hrndvs Harand HarandvsTerrltory rand randvsTerritory
The he right rght of women to sit us 11 jurors jurorsdepended Jurof jurorsdepended
depended dpnde on their right rght to vote They Thoyhad Theyhad fheyhad
had been ben voting volnK and sitting Bitlnp as Jurorsunchallenged jurors jurorsunchallenged Jurr JurrulchalenRe
unchallenged ulchalenRe for three yearn Morgan Morgantook IforJn IforJntok Morgantook
took tok charge charle of the til case clI and ld punned It ItHe ItHe ItHe
He was WB defeated defeate In tho lower court courttook und undtook un1tok
took tok It I higher hllher The higher court curt decided decidedInfuvorof decidedIlnruvorof decidedinfavorof
Ilnruvorof Infuvorof Harland Harlnd JudgeGcorgoTurner JudgeGcorgoTurnerwrote JudgeOorgeTurer
wrote wrte the opinion Flue he opinion was that thatwomen thatwomen thatwomen
women had no right rght to IdtOI sit lt on jurlet because Iwcautethe I > aue
the law granting gmntnl them tho privilege privlego did didnot didnot didpot
not have a proper title titleThetltle titleThmotItle
tte tteI
Thetltle Tletlle of propr the bill bi was An act to t amend amendAction amendspton amendsection
I Action spton 3030 31 of Chapter 238 23 of the Code Cde Of OfWuMhington orWIhlngton OfWashington
Washington Nineteen Nineten other laws had hadbeen hindbeen ad I
been bn panned by the th same Mie l eg8laturo > lllatur under underthe underthe underthe
pJed
head The bill authorizing authorizingt
the samo me Te very ver bi authorllll
t he sitting slttnl of the thAcurwblch court which howled ludo down downthat downthlt downthuunt
that thlt deciolon dehlion was one of them Not one of ofthodo orthosl ofthose
those thosl nineteen nlnetC1 other laws LwI was wal ever clot challenged clli cllilenfelet clotknged ¬
lenged lenfelet yet the suffrage sutrRe cuffragelaw law wasdeclared wasdeclarednull IS llard llardnul
null and an void on this plea plo by u court courtsitting courtsitng courtsitting
sitting sitng title under u law lw ixissed flSle with the snow wimutltl Ilme Ilmett snowtitle
tltlThis tt This Tbildcsion 5 decision W was made by hyo a divided dil dili ida
<
i
court cur Chief Justice Justo Roger U cr S Greon Grn and andJudge od odJudge andJudgoJohn
Judge JudgoJohn John P Hoyt both bth held tha tt th suffrage suffragelaw autlJ uffragolaw
law laW to be b valid vald but Judge Hoyt was wasdisqualified wasdisqualified
disqualified dilqu1fefrom from sitting sttng Judg In the te Hot case c be because b hocansuha ¬
cause csehe cansuha he had been bn boentho the te trial Judge Jud in the tholower thelowr thelower
lower lowr court OUJt v Had he heb ben qualified to toact toa tonOt
alfe
act a th tb validity vnl lY of the law taould would have been beenupheld b bonuheId n nu
upheld u held but as 8lW it was two tomen men Justices JusticesOeorgo JUlto JusticesGeorge
George Oerg Turner rer nnd William Wllam LaBgford LaBgfordboth Lngfor
both bt appointees QPlnt of drover Qfver Cleveland Clevelandwere leveIn
were wer able to t deprive Qeprvlai all the women of ofWashington orWuhlngtn ofWashIngton
Washington Wuhlngtn or the ballot balot
t tmFour Fou VT year years earB later latr Judge Judg Hoyt 10t with wit the thefull th thefull
full ru full n bench bncb concurring cnc rng reversed rverd rever d this ths ruling rlng
In the case C caeaof of Marstoa Martn v va Humes ume After Afteran Ater Ateran I
an exhaustive exhautvo8urey survey of the cases ca cited citedin
in support 8UPPOr of the decision deilion in Harland Harlad vs vsTerritory v vTertr vsTerritory
Territory Tertr he made the comment cmment that if iftho i Ifthe
tho learned lenled Judge Judges who made that de decision de dochslon ¬
cision cliol had read t the to cases Ce which they thoycited theycit theycited
cited cit they would nover have declared declar as asthey 1 anthey
novel
they did and he went on very dryly dr to toexcuse toexcule toexcuse
excuse excule thorn on the ground grund ver that that there therewore therewor therewere
wore wor then thenrew few ow books hk In the Territory Territoryand Tertor
and Ind digests dlgel ore or often rtn misleading mhedinc
But nt this thiawas won all I toolato to lat to affect alect the theHarland
Borland Harand decision decson I That Thlt decision deilion do depriving doprvlng dopriving ¬
priving prvlng the women of the ballot blot was WI made Ide IdeIn madein
in February Febrar 1887 18 Tho To Legislature Lgislatur did didnot didnot didnot
not meet met until unti the following folowlnawlnter winter Then Thenit
it immediately immediatly passed pd a now nw woman womansuffrage wom womansuffrage
suffrage surrge law law with Wth a 0 titleframed In accord acoorddanco
dance dalc with itbthe the court tterame decision decilion A acr second secondtime sond sondtme secondtimetho
cour
time tme timetho tho men of Washington enfranchised enrrncblsed
their women and ad a second Becnd time tme the courts courtswero cur courtswere
were to t knock it out outTills outnll outThis
Tills second end suffrage lufrge bill bi became becme s staw r
law early In 1888 Women voted in the theState theStto theState
State Stto at the April Apri J8 election elcclon In Spokane Spokanemany Spkae Spkaemay Spokaneninny
many may women voted votd All were wer permitted permittedto prmitt
to t vote unchallenged but ono
This Tis unchalenl was WIS Mrs Nevada Nevaa Bloomer Blomer Mrs MrsBloomer Mn
Bloomer wan W not allowed alowe to vote votBhe votBheImmeiatly She Sheimmediately flueimmedIately
immediately Immeiatly brought suit Blt for fo 5000 5000against O O0O O0Oagainst
against agdtt tho election tlcclonofcala officials for rorlnjures rorlnjures8utno Injuries Injuriessustained Injuriessustained
sustained 8utno in being blngdeprve beingdeprived deprived of her vote voteOn vote0n
On April Apri e 1888 188 George Gerg Turner Trer re resigned r mesIgned ¬
signed from the Supreme Suprme bench bnch and andbecame ond
became bo an attorney attrey in this thl suit defending drendlng
the te election officials of als The Thec case was waspushed W8 waspushed
pushed puse ahead ahea Four of the five fveJudg Judges Judgesconcurred Judgesconcurred
concurred cncur in the decision dt lon that Airs Mr
Bloomer Bomer had hd not sustained sUltlne Injury Injufln In being bing halo
deprived deprve of her vote because becuse she had hadno hadno ha hano
no right to t vote vot The To Legislature Lpllaturc it itwas Itwas
was 1 true tre had hd conferred cnrerd this right upon uponher uponher
her but the court ur decided deide that the Legis Legislature Legialaturo uln ulnher ¬
laturo had ha no power to make mke such a law lawThecose lawTheCe lawThecase LiB LiBlaturo
Thecose TheCe was wa pwer decided decde in II August AUlt 1888 1888The 11 1588The
The Tle reason rn for haste hat in trying it was wasplain wasplain wasplain
plain Tho 1ho Statehood Stteho bill bi trng was wa rushed rushedthrough rushedthrough
rse
through thrugh the next ne1t winter wnter Women were wereto wereto er
to t be b prevented prvente from frm voting votng for members membr of ofthe orto
the to constitutional onttutolli convention cnventon and woman womansuffrage womn womnsurl womansuffrage
suffrage surl Government GovernmentWhen Oovlrment GovernmentVhin was y to be b left leftoutot out of tho new State StateGovernment Stt StateGovernment
When tire constitutional convention conventionmet
tle
rnsttuton cnventon cnventonmet
met Henry Honr C Blockwell Bakwel personally pOrnly can canvassed cn cnvld canvaed ¬
vassed vld it and found that thatonly only two out outof outor outof
of its 11 seventyfive ventyfve members memhr were suf suffragists an antragusta ¬
su
fragists frgists In view of the fact that two twoprevious twopre10us twoprevious
previous Legislatures lgllatur6 had passed suffrage suffragebills Bulrge Bulrgebl suffragebills
bills bl this tiB seems 8mB to Indicate Indlcte p a I concerted concertedmovement cncr concertedmovement
movement to t prevent woman omn suffrage suffragefrom Hulmge Hulmgelrom suffragefrom
from getting gettng into the to Constitution ConstitutionTho Cnttuton Cnttutonho
Tho ho women were wer unorganized unorganiz and In Inexperienced Inexperienc inexperienced ¬
experienced experienc In those th0 days dy They Tey scarcely rly
knew what wtt had been ton done to them They Tey
have learned leme it since lnc and they are ar deter determined detr detrmine determined ¬
mined mine to t have bavt again the te right rght which was wastaken wa wastaken
taken ke from them agn on technicalities thnicUte As Asfor Asfor Asfor
for the men the thl old suffrage sutr sentiment sentimentwhich Nntmont Nntmontwhlc sentimentwhich
which caused cau the menof men of the te Territory Territorytwice Teritr
twice twic to t enfranchise efrchil women by statute Bttut is isstill II isstilt
still sti there ther fortified forife by the new progres progressive progresaive ¬
prjs prjsIve
sive movement which has h sprung sprng up in inrecent Inrent inrecent
recent rent years yearsTho yors1he yearsThe
The 1he suffrage sulmge germ spreads Ird You cant cantexpect cnt cntexpot cantexpect
gr
expect expot a 0 Washington Wllngtn woman who lives livesnear lve livesnear
near ncr the Idaho border brer and ad can cn acquire acquirethe auire auirethe
the veto by moving half a mile mie eastward eastwardto etwar
to BOO 0 much common cmmon sense sn or justice justc In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the fact fac that she cant cnt voto oto in her own ownState ownSttc ownState
State Sttc Idaho Idho is Illong i going to t send nd us a woman womanto womn womnt
to the State and all her
t stump ftump Stt pay 01 ex expenses exjn expenses ¬
penses jn J Judge Ben Dn Lindaey Llndy the te kids kidsJudge klc kidsJudge
Judge of Denver has h8 promised prmfl to t give giveus
us Ul the te last lat month of the te campaign cmplfn cmplfnNew gve gveUl A ANew ANew
New York woman has ha given me 500 out outof outor outof
of her own pocket since Bnc I come ae here hereThings her hereThings
Things Tlng look bright bigbtlor for a new equal eul suffrage suffrageState suffrageState ulmge ulmgeStte
State Stte In November NovemberTflK Novembr NovembrTJ1 NovemberTJfl
TflK TJ1 Kl KVKVKlS KVKVKlSTribe K KTrlbf
Tribe Trlbf of Cannibal annlbI 1Uio flhoieSlembers hOe e Members Ili n Are AreTroubled AreTroubltd AreTroubled
Troubled With I I Ner N rf rfThor rves rvesThere > es esThere
There Thor a few native natve villages vU gel around aroundKerema arnd arndKeren1 aroundKererna
Kerema Keren1 Papua all friendly frendly lo o tho Gov Government Goverment 0everament ¬
ernment erment which they the regard rgar as their theirchief theircief theirchIef
chief cief protection prtoton from rrm the te mysterious mysteriousand mYlterlou mYlterlouad
and ad much dreaded dre Kukukuku tribe tribeThese trb tribeThese
These TO Kukukukus Kuuk Kukuk ku kus sound loud more mor like likesomething lke lkesomethig likesomething
something somethig out of a mediieval mel val goblin goblinstory gobln goblntor goblinstOry
than modern and meal ioalThey mealThey
story tor t anything moem od lI lITIY
They TIY are ar cannibals cnnibl says ys the Wide Wie WorldJlagazf Worldfcgaz1nc World WorldMcgatfnc
Mcgatfnc Jlagazf and lve live high up in tho unex unexplored unexplor unoxplored ¬
plored plor ranges mngs one con o see 8 from the shore shoreTheir sor shoreTheir
Their neat yam and a taro tr gardens gnrel chock chockthe cek cekthe checkthe
the uppbr peaks pk like tho tiny tny squares squareson Rua1 Rua1on
on a plaid pladct coat suggesting Buggetng that tho can cannibals cn cnnlie cannibattu ¬
nibals nlie are ar Indutrlou industrious and ad orderly orerly and andfond andrond amidfond
fond of u re rlshwlt relishwith Hah with their food foodAt to foodAt
At times tUftbey they descend deond in small smal active activeparties acivo acivoprl activeparties
parties prl upon upn the tribes trlJI of the thecst coast and nndstalk nd ndtll andstalk
stalk tll them from rrm the shelter eltr of the bush bushuntil bu bushuntil
until unti an opportunity opprtunity occurs or of cutting cuttingoff cuttingol
off ol one or two alone aloneThey olonoT aloneTh
They T Th y y are orltto little quick and ad cunning and andthelrVjeuth ad adthelret andthelricath
thelrVjeuth thelret dealing delngrld dealingralde raids often oren take plc plcwltl0lt place plaoowithout placewithout
without wltl0lt exciting mcltng any an suspicion 1lplclo on the thepart thepr thepart
part of the victims victm friends until unti gaps gapsnmoiig gal galIlmong gapsutmong
nmoiig pr the ranks of familiar ramlar faces fac tell telltheir tl telltheir
their U silent siont tale tle tleU
Not ot t long before bfor the writers wrUrs visit they theymode theymnde theymade
mode a descent dolont down don to o the t very ver beach beachlikldon bch bchhidden beachhidden
hidden by the th forest fOrlt darted dare out cap cp capttired ¬
tured two toof of the children cidrn playing on the theKhore thoshor theshore
tur shore shor and vanished vanise with their prey pry be before b before ¬
fore for any ono In the village vioge had time tme to totake totke totake
take tke alarm The Te other children chidrn told toldthe toldthe
the tale Weond and tho Magistrate Magfltrt went out outwith outwih outwith
with wih u 1 handful of native natve polios pl0 to ambush ambushthe
the murderers by night on their way wa wayIacic
back murlrf to t the bills his and ond capture cpture them if ifpossible I Ifpossible
possible possibleA
plble plbleA A volley voley fired f in tho dark was W8 the only onlypunishment onlypunlhment onlypunishment
punishment punlhment the cannibals cnnlbnl8 received reClve how however howCVfr however ¬
ever for they discovered discver the ambush ambushand ambusbRnd ambushand
and CVfr got away In n their usual uluat mysterious mysteriousfashion mystrous mystrousruhlQn thysterlousfashion
fashion before bfor the police polce could culd follow followup folow folowup
up their fire fre Traces Trc of blood blo on the thopath te tepath thepath
path showed Ihowe that it had ha been bnelectvo bnelectvobut effective effectivebut
but the wounded oune or dead ded were wer spirited spiritedaway spirte spiritedaway
away with It tho rest restUntil rt rtUntl restUntil
white and few fewnatives lewnathes fewnatives
Until Untl last year ear no whltmali man
natives had h even soon n a Kukukuku though thoughthoy thoulh thoulhthoy thoughthey
thoy had been bn the scourge surgo of the ditrlct ditrlctror districtfor district districtfor
for years yelr One or two however howevlr were werecaptured wer werecaptured
captured captur at last lst and taken tken to toPort Port Por Moresby Moresbyjail MorsbyIal
jail au to t serve ne a term trm of ImprisonmentI ImprilnmEnt ImprilnmEntrhey Imprisonment
Ial I hey proved prove to be b email smRI active actve ugly uglymen uglymen uglyomen
men very wild wid and uncivilized uncvized and so sonervous 1 sonervous
nerous nervous ver that that they tremble trmble all a1 over when whenlooked whenloke whenlooked
loke looked at A Government Goverment official orcal bald baldto saidto Id Idto
to the writer writr in all al seriousness seriousnessBe rlousnes
Be sum sur you dont frighten the can cannibals cn cnnlbl cannibals ¬
nibals nlbl they are ar very ver nervous nervousCLASS nerousl nerouslCIIS nervouscldIss
CLASS IX HOOtt ltl MAXXEItS MAXXEItSSt UtPlfS UtPlfSlt
St lt Paul Iall Traehcr Tralh Teaelmeritctsofl r Art Alt on the theof tht ulKrtnn ulKrtnnof ugestIon ugestIonor
of One no of Her leI Pupils PupilsFrom IupllsJreum upl
From frml the fit Paw Piont PiontM PionrPr PionverIresMiNis
M MiNis 101 s Margaret lanrnret Lcnnon principal Ilrlnclpl of the thnMoKlnloy thf thf1CKlnly theMcKinley
McKinley School agreeing alrtlnl with lh 7x 1Ard Lord > rd Clues Chestprfleld ChMterfeld Cluesterfield
tprfleld terfeld that thl food mannnnt manMI are to par particular pr prtlcula particular ¬
ticular tlcula societies loclele > what Rood KOo morals are Iro to toHOP tosociety
HOP 101111 society let > In general1 their trincnt and their theirurotirlty theirCUtUY theirseeurity
urotirlty CUtUY and realizIng Iallaltbe the Importance Importnt of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the subject subjec han hl Instituted Inltute1 an Innovation Innov lon In InHchool hichoollltrlction inschool
school choollltrlction liiHtrnctlon by devoting devothll a part put of the thetime thetme th thtime
tme time usually lllly uisuallyspezit cpent Int In classroom the clrom to what whatthe hat hattho hattho
tho children chidrn call cal good 6od manners monuer clans clansThis cIB classThis
This 1hl daM Includes ever evprtlembr overt member of the theftchool tb tbfwhool thechool
ftchool which hftH hA an average averll attendance attncace of ofbotwpon ofhotw1 ofhOtWS4i
botwpon hotw1 MO 1 and nd IOOO amid amtl U held In the theiisKcmfolr tbemhly theassembly
assembly mhly room roomnon on I ho third floor foor floorat itt Irrrsrular IrrrsrularI Irrclular Irrclulart
t I mica 1mI and without wloll notice notce Here lere the children childrenare chidren chidrenare
are nllottnd to ask ciumttlouR 111110UI pertaining prtaining to tocood togood togood
good manner mannoi Kach JAlh ach child chid asks alkl a question questionand IIeton IIetonand
and then thcl nnnnera AnlWerl It himself himsel The rent ret of ofthn ofthl ofthe
the thl pupils pUlIIIHhm listen and make correction correctionMlt rorMcton correctionsImlhs
Mlt t lennou lolnol lay no claim cllim to the th honor honorof
of HtiKBCNtmK Klluretn the I new Idea Itla Hlio the given IIve8 all allthe al alltire
the credit to n flftrrnyearold ffernycnrold hay named namedAlfred Ilmld IlmldAlrod namedAlfred
Alfred Alrod DArcey lArcey Arcey Alfred Alfrfr Wil vain u born bor In Ant Antwerp Antwerp nt ntwarp ¬
werp Delirium lellllm where he wa was asldlctfe rdiictacd under underprivate undorrrlvate OnderprIvate
private rrlvate tutors tulon to speak four langunKM langunKMHe hmKUagHe
He came to America merla a year and anl a ahalf half ago agound a0 a0and agoand
and entered entertt tho McKlntey tbelcKlale school schoolOne schoolOn hool hoolOne
One On day he startled tarted his hil t anchor teahor by risingla rblal rising
la fluiM < 4 and deploring deplorlnl the Illmanner Imanler of tho thoAmerican thomorican themuuerlcam
American children clUdnn an compared compred with wih the thebelter theLUtr thebetter
better LUtr clou cn In I his hi native nltvllund land and nd by riskier askloeAh Lklul
whIP Ah lt wood manners manne were wer not ot taught tllaht In the thechoolH th thholl theahoos
choolH holl Miss Ml III JIM I tnnon fknn > nn6n n heard hurt of his hi remark remarkand remarknrl
and M ann nrl Isitnsdlatply MMW 11 decided MW W to t try lw his idaI4on 1 1M say sayMkiou M MI
Mkiou I I4on
1 1
1
ODD ODDTHINGS TflINGSABOUT THINGS ABOUT PEARLS PEARLSOVK
OVK o SHELL SI111 WITH WITJ A LlXAItn LlXAItnE3MBKDUEU 1IZAnDfqnDIJI LIZA ltD ltDEiIIIEDILD
E3MBKDUEU fqnDIJI IV V IT ITPerfect ITPerfrtt ITPerfect
Perfect Perfrtt American Amtrlao Pearls Pea l as Good GOOflal an Per Perfect Perfeet er ertett ¬
feet tett Indian Gems Gtmstiard GemsIlaril Hard Work by byPearl bYPearl bYPearl
Pearl Ojstcrs OsttIINo OetcraNo No Way of Artificial ArtificialProisRfttlanTTost Artlntlal Artlntlaltrollslaton ArtiflelniPropsgattonCost
ProisRfttlanTTost trollslaton ost of Pearl PtarJ Necklaces NecklacesSome Neklact NeklactSme NecklacesSome
Some Sme jewellers Jeweler refuse rrue to handle t hndle art arl artificial artificialgems flclal flclalgems fcnl fcnlgms
is illus illustrated 111mmtratod
gems gms One of their Uielt reasons ron iu ¬
trated trate by the case c of Mrs Mr Asters Atrsperl Atrsperlnecklc pearl pearlnecklace pearlnecklace
necklace necklc in which the inheritance tax taxappraisers tox toxopprleef taxappraisers
appraisers opprleef found some lome artificial artfclnl pearls pairlsBefore prls prlsBeror pearlsBefore
Before Beror the transfer trnrer ta tac law made madonecessary madeneo8r madenecessary
necessary neo8r the appraisal apprI lor of jeweLs jowel along alongwith olong olongwlh alongwith
with wlh other assets aets of an estate jewelry jewelryoften Jewelr jewelryoften
often oren passed pa from rrm one dn generation n to toanother toanother toanother
another without wihout coming under an ap appraisers apprisers appraisers ¬
praisers eye Jewels so I transmitted transmittedwere tmMmlte
were wer worn wor without question qlostonor of th Uer Uergnuinene thur thurgenuineness lr lrgenuineness
genuineness gnuinene Today Toayte the jewels be belonging b belonging ¬
longing to the estate of deceased
longng a deease person personmust peron peronmUt personmust
must mUt be b appraised apprl1e by itn rn expert exprtT1 Thus ThusIf
If I the gems are 4r wholly wholy or partly prly artificial artlfidrlthe artUcrl artUcrltbe
the fact becomes bmes known knownIt know
I It Is not because baue I want to discourage discouragethe dilcolrge dilcolrgethe
the wearing wearng of Imitations Imltatonl said a jeweller jewellerwho jeweler jewelerwbo jewellerwho
who refuses rfulo to handle hndle imitations Imloton or orbecause orbeae orbecause
because beae I believo b1evl that selling lng Imitations Imitationswould imitationswould mlatof
would lessen IClen my sales slt of real ral stones stonesbut Bton8 atonesbut
but simply for selfprotection selfprotectionNo lprtoton lprtotonNo
No reputable jeweller jewelernojoweler jewelernojowelerI jewellerno no jeweller jewellerI
I may mlY say yver ever soils sell an imitation Imiaton for Joranything foranything foranything
anything but what it is The customer customerknows cutomer cutomerknows customerknows
knows she is buying an imitation Imlaton So Sofar S Sofar
far all al la i satisfactory etsractof But what wht is I likely likelyto Ikcly Ikclyto
to happen hppnht happenwhat what does dohppn happen often oftenThe oren orenThe oftenThe
The purchaser shows her ring or orbreastpin o obrtpln orbreaatpin
breastpin brtpln or whatever whtever it happens hoppf to be beto beto beto
to her friends rrends tejlinnwhore felnc w er the thing thingwas
was bought but refraining rtrining from rrm merj merjtionlng me meJ mertiotilng
J tionlng totn that tht it Is l an imitation Bay Sy that tlmtthis thntthi thatthis
this thi house hOUE for example should sell sl an animitation anImiaton animitation
imitation Imiaton ruby rby t Home specimens s clmen of o which whichare whichor whichare
are or very ver beautiful butful to acustomer 1 cutmer who whodies whodie whodies
dies die three thr days or three thr years YOf later The Thebeautiful Theboutul Thebeautiful
beautiful boutul ruby Is among her heretets effects and andher andher andher
her relatives r1Uve and friends frendB all know where whereit whor
it was WI bought bugbt Coming Cming from frm Blanks Blanksthey Blnks Blnksthey Bbaikathey
they of it is valuable valuableIt
say course COUn I very ver valUble valUbleI
It is here to be
I brought her b appraised appraisedand appr 18e
and ar pronounced prnounc an imitation Imiaton Docs Docsthe Do Doesthe
the late lte owner get gt the blame Not Notusually 1otusually ot otuuly
usually uuly The Te dealer doler is Issuptc suspected of having havingsold h havingsold vng vngBld
sold Bld an imitation Imitaton stone for a real r lstne lstneTl stone stoneThis stoneThis
This Tl is I the reason ron why this firm fm does doesnot dos dosnot doesnot
not handle hndle spurious BpurloU gems Iems and refuses refusesas rru
as it did the other day dy to get a string stringot Itrng Itrngof
of imitation Imitaton points pni for a easterner outmer whoso whosostring whosostrng whosestring
string strng of ofrd real pearls eztrls rl is in our safety saety vault vaultwhile wultwhie vaultwhile
while whie she Is abroad abroadIt abld abldI abroadItisalmost
It I Itisalmost is I almost foolish fol h in these the days drs when whenjewels whenjeveJ whenjewels
jewels jeveJ are ar being bing appraised npprdso constantly constantlyand cntnly cntnlyand
and nothing is taken for granted gmnto to totalk totalk totalk
talk about abut one and another purchaserbeing purchaser purhlerbing purchaserbeing
being bing cheated chete in buying pearls rl din diamonds dl dinmonds ¬
monds rubies rbll nnd so on Where Wher the thecheating theChl1tng theche2ting
cheating Chl1tng comes cme in is when wearers wcrr of ofimitations orimialoM ofimItations
imitations imialoM palm plm them off 01 on their friends friendsas frends frendsas
as ruil f1 realn a practice prctc jewellers jewelors couldnt couldntstop coulnt coulntstop couldntstop
stop if I they tried tre This h11 It sterns is one oneof oneor oneof
of womans wonnB weaknesses weakneSea hardest hrest to over overcome overcme overcome ¬
come comeEvery cme cmeEver Every Ever time tme I attend attnd the tbl opera I see seestrings se seestrings
strings Itrng and Rndclar collars jof ot pearls arll npr worn wor by bywomen byomennot bywomen
women omennot not in i the wealthy welhy class clwhlch clwhlchwer which whichwere wiuichwere
were wer th thAV they y real would have cost Cst 150000 1150 1150000each 150000each
each ech The Te ra wearers wearr let their friends friendsthink rrlendsthink friendsthink
I think them real ral and adthe the friends nr not > t in informed infonne informed ¬
formed fonne as a to t valuru vaue valuesare ore a inclined inclnt to i lx helev helevthey believe believethey > llevn llevnthey
they app al real There Ther are ar not enough real realpearls ral ralpeuls realpearls
pearls in the te market maket to supply tBupply theauantty the omantty
demanded demande by women who cant cat afford afor to topay wpV t tpay
pay for anything nytln but imitations imitationsScience Imlttl imitationsScience ns nscenc
pV Science ha has done much but HO w far it ithas ithas
has cenc nok no nofound found out how to t force rorthe for ethe the propa propagation prp proptigatlen It ¬
gation gatnn of the nearl trl oyster ostror or to tclrtht coax cou the thepearl tbapearl
pearl pertoytr oyster family famiy in In anv part of the thnworld UIOworld theworld
world to t increase Incf its it annual contributions contributionsof pr
of perfect rret pearls Parls The anu older ontbutons ontbutonsof encvclo encvcloptedias encvclotxediascontain
ptedias Pllcntin txediascontain contain a story str about abut the tbearltrlat tbearltrlatroratn enevc artificial artificialformation artiticialformation
formation roratn of Cr pearls l which is ialeft left out ot of the thenew tQ tQnew thenow
new encyclopedias ec clpcdla and ad which 1blchcRutbe 1blchcRutbeverfe cant be beverified beverified
verified verfe by the experience eJprien of orladlng leading
New York Jewellers JewellersIt jeeler
It I is I in brief bref that tht a Chinese Chlne away awiy back backin bck1 bck1In
in the te thirteenth thlronth century tntul discovered dlfvlr that thatby thatby thatby
by gently gnty opening npnlnf the valves V VM r of > f the oyster oystermussel oYBtermUMI oystermussel
mussel mUMI with a spatula pawl and introducing introducinga Intdllcinl
a foreign roreig substance IUbtanr like lke a tiny tny mud pill pilla plf
a 1 speck spk of bone brass hra or wood wo pearl pearlformation peuu1formation
formation roratlon could culd l he > e induced induc When p ex extricated t cxtricated ¬
tricated trcat from rrm the matrix the cavity caviy of the thepearl thepl thepearl
pearl pl was wa filled fle with wih wax A New Ne1York Ne1Yorkexprt York Yorkexpert Yorkexpert
expert exprt in precious reloU1 stones ItnM declares dolll that thatnot tat tatnot thatnot
not only has hI he henever never seen stn pearls arls of this thissort thisIr thissort
sort Ir but he cover neve has ha mot any ayone one who whohas wh Whohas
has hl seen Bn them themItoughly tem temHoughly themItoughly
Itoughly speaking the pearbtnowin In the thomarket themarket
spklng te temarket
market are ar of two clksses cllsml prmow the artificial artificialmade artfcial artfcialmae artificialmade
made mae by y filling flng spheres Ipherl of thin glass gll with witha wIt
a silvery siver preparation which in Ismude made to toadhere t toadhere
adhere oer to t ppraton the tl inner wall wal the thot re rest t of the thecavity thecavIty thecavity
cavity being bing fllled f1to with wih wax and real realpearls ral ralparl realpearls
pearls parl of regular rlula and ad irregular Irn ular shape Bhap and andgreater andgrter andgreater
greater grter or less 11M value according acring totheir totheirshape tthelr tothmoLrshape
shape and Nlieen NlieenA hen henA
lap A first fftwlter water pearl arl tho kind kid that women womenwith womenwith womenwith
with large larle fortunes rorune like lke to have strung
into Int necklaces ncklacl must mUthave musthavi have u perfect rrlt skin skina Ikll skIma
a fine fne orient orent which mean men a I delicate delicatetexture delo delicatetexture te tetextur
texture textur it i m must < wt be babluttly absolutely free rre from fromwpeck rrm rrmH fromspeck
speck H k or flaw aw have havl an al indescribably Indlrbably
beautiful I autful indeHcfnt lrdflnt sheen Ihfu and Itd in in shape nhapemust shapemust haP
must be b a perfect perret sphere spher or like lke a ym fym fymmetrca ryummmetrical ymmetrical
metrical metrca pear pl These TbM conditions tndltons being Iwingmet heinRmet beingmet
met the larger lrrer the pearls parls are ar the more
valuable valuableSpnaking valuableSJklnggeneraly valuableSpeaking
Speaking SJklnggeneraly generally Raid fd the export exportthe expertthe
exprt exprtthe
the finest Inet pearls nll como cme from rrm India but butevery butever butevery
every once in II a while whie pearls of first frt water waterare
ever prilor watr watrar
are ar found right righ here her in n America Amtrlca and andrar BO BOfar sofar
far OB ll I am concerned c neerne and ad I believe bleve every ever
dealer feels tho the
deler name me way birthplace birthplaceof birhplace birhplaceora
of ora a pearl pl makes mlM not fot the slightest Ilghtt differ difference hiffer5u1ce ller llereuce ¬
ence euce I would as D noon In buy a pearl prl grown grownin Rrwn RrwnIn grownin
in New Jersey as a one ola grown grwn in India Indiawhat IndiaWhat IndiaWhat
what we are after arr what what we nil 11 are arehunting arehuntng arehunting
hunting huntng the world over for ia I perfect perfectpoarls prfet prfetpJs perfectpearls
pearls pJs Some very ver beautiful butful pearls prls pearls pearlsof pOIrJ
of exquisite exquisit lustro lustr ore now found In the theUnited theUnie theUnited
United Unie States Htt Many pearls of inferior inferiorlustre Inferiorlustr inferiorlustre
lustre lustr como from India IndiaHere IndiaHer IndiaHere rrls
Here Her the expert took tk from the recesses recessesof rss rssof recesseof
of a I big safe sre expr a case Clwhlch which he opened openeddisplaying opned opneddisplayilg openeddisplaying
displaying displayilg eight pearls parls each a perfect perfectsphere prrect prrecttphor perfectsphere
sphere each ecIt mounted mount in a linger fngr ring
The smallest ImlOt was Wa about about threeelRhthn threeelRhthnof tneihths tneihthsor
of an Brluch Inch in diameter diametr the largest larget about abouthalf Ibout Ibouthalran abouthalfon
half halran an inch in diameter No two were of oftbo ofto ofthe
the to same Mre lustres IUtn lustreThe
The mo most t beautiful heautiul the smallest smllelt came cmo
from India the next In 11 beauty buty came cme from fromthe rromthe fromthe
the United Unite Status Htts and the Irldescnt IrldescntIUttr iridescentlustre Iridescent Iridescentlustre
lustre of these the two had
IUttr a 0 warm tinge tingeabsent tingeabsent
tlnJe tlnJenb8nt
absent nb8nt from the lustre hlttr of tIm tIl other six sixall lix lixal sIxall
all al Indian pearls which were wer bluer in intint Intnt intint
tint tnt Tho price pric of the India pearl parl was
110 7000 tho price pric of the American poarl
0000 0 therefore therror It is I easy 0SY enough enough to tofigure tofgure tollgrro
figure fgure what wh a 1 necklace necklac made lado of pearls pearlsof pearlsofthl pearlsofLhiis
of ofthl this would
Quality qualty cost costTo cot cotTo costTo
To illustrate tho freakish
Ihlltrto rrkish disposition dispositionof dlPpOUon dlPpOUonor
of the pearl prl oyster oYltr the th expert e brought bruphtout bruphtoutthro broughtouit broughtouitthireti out outthreo
threo thro shells each with wih a prt pearl parl attached attachedTho nttche
Tho largest hell hel about abut 7 by 8 inches incheswas
was lined lne with ih mother of pearl parl of glori glorious glorious glenous ¬
ous tint so s thick and flaw nnwleI flawless leu that thlt the thocommercial thecommerlnlvllue thecommercial
commercial commerlnlvllue value of tho shell Ihel alone Is
215 75 Grown fast rat to ono side of this shell shellwas Bhel shellwas i
was a pearl plrlo a quarter ql1rtr Inch in diameter diameterof
of beautiful butlul tint tnt and Ind sheen Khen but but which whichRepurated whichIprlt whichseparated
separated Iprlt from frm tho shell shel would not be of I
highest blghOt value because bmul of orltl Its onesided onesldO
irregular shape shapeIn shapeIn hnp
In a second soold shell Bhel not more mor than 2 by 4 1
inches incbO was W a a loot 1008 loose pearl rl resting in a agroove agroove agroovo
groove and nearly half an inch In diameter dl diameterThis moter
This too was irregular in shape but of ofperfect orIlorrect ofjwrfect
perfect sheen all arolind haFe The bo third thirdshell thirdBhell thirdshell
shell about 5 by 8 inches In Indlamoter diameter
IniiHtrated a phenomenon seldom scon een
Hero the oyster oy ter had worked workodhard hard
At somo period of the shells growth
In Its younger days probably n tiny lizard
had managed to worm itself between the thovalves thevalves thevalves
valves and Introduce itself to tho oyster oysterwhich oyaterwhlh oySterwhich
which Immediately sot to work to cover covertho COVertho
tho intruder with a blanket of mother of ofpearl orpearl ofpearl
pearl Shining through the exquisitely
tinted pearl was the sinewy green body bodyof
of tho lizard Also attached to totho tho side sideof Bldoor aideof
of this shell i 111 is o small pearl evidently
In process of making whim the oyster oyaterwas oYKwrW811 oysterwas
was taken from its bed In ono on of Indias Indiasrivers Indiasrivers Indiasrivora
rivers riversA
A fourth shell tihellor of similar size illustrated IJIUlttra
better hetterthan than th the others tho thieexport export thought thoughtwhat thoughtwhat th tigttt tigtttwhat
what a hard worker the pearl oyster is IsAM
when hc w AM suSictoatty M n IiHUUni il I Apparently pr 0 ntly
this oyster had ba worked overtime tlvortimotbe tlvortimotber tho
tlvortimotbej j
>
ml fK r IiJiUJ
r
entire rim of one oneside side of otUme the thellbell shell belnk belnkbordered belnabordMOd bLnbordered
bordered with a high ridge of DMT pearliwIUm pearliwIUmprojections rJwit rJwitprojectlol18 wltfi wltfiprojections
projections hero and an there of bait formeq formeqpearls lonnefpearls f fpearls
pearls pearlsIf pearlsItths
If Itths this pearl rl ridgd was removed and andmounted andmounted 1 1mounted
mounted as a tiara commented an aninterested anfnterested anInterested
interested spectator the tboetlect effect would bo boglorious oglorlous o oglorious
glorious gloriousFor
For the present answered answ red the th expert expertwe
we w think it is IIIm more rointerelttil1gWhere rointerelttil1gWhereit interesting where whereit Whereitis
it itis Is >
IsWHAT
WHAT WOMEX ARE DOING DOINGIn
In the he recent Parliamentary pnrllAm mrflam utary arYelectiol election oi ctiod in inVictoria InVictoria inVictoria
Victoria Australia women cast C mor morthan morthan morethan
than 33 33per per cent of all the ballots polled polledTills polledTlII polledThis
Tills was w 1ll the first lllt election in which women womenwere womenwere omenwero
were allowed to vote for members of the theState theStlte theState
State Parliament ParliamentTho
Tho womens womenl organizations oWl of Phila Philadelphia PhnndolphL1 Plilladelplria ¬
delphia named twentyeight wentrelghtwomen women for forplaces fo foplaces forplaces
places on the sectional sccUonitschool school boards of ofthat orth ofthat
that th t city Of these o women niariy noiI1yhave noiI1yhaveBened have haveserved haveserved
served before or are now serving andtheir and tndtheir andtheir
their work Is well known knownMlsa knownMiss knownMiss
Miss Adelaide Nutting professor pror r of ofhospital o ohospital ofhospital
hospital economics in Teachers College CollegeColumbia CollegeColumb CollegeColu00bk
Columbia University has been plnced rt rtthe dthe atthe
the head hendor of the poetgradunto 6 school for forteacher fortocher fortea
teacher tea her nurses o which recently reoenUyreooelved received a alarge aler alarge
large ler e endowment from fmmMrs Mrs Helen HelenHutIey HelenHutIeyJthkhis Hartley HartleyJehkiris HartleyJelikins
Jehkiris Miss Nutting was rt r one on time timesuperintendent timeurl tImeauperititendent
superintendent url rif1tendent of the Johns Hopkins HopkinsTraining HopkinsTnhning pkins pkinsTretnhg
Training Schol for forNurses Nurses Nur es in Baltimore BaltimoreMrs ltllDOre ltllDOreir
Mrs Eva MacDonald 2lac Valesh Is at attb attbheld the thehead theiead
head of the movement to toestabllebn establish a u new newtrade newrade flewtrade
trade union among the working women womenof womenor
of America The object of this movement Is Isto isto isto
to get getrid rid of the socialist Influence which whichis
is alleged to affect the present Woman WomansTrade WomanTrade WomensTrade
Trade Union League I In In8D an n address addressdelivered addressdelivered S Sdelivered
delivered recently before b olft the Womans WomansForum WomanlIForum WomansForum
Forum of New York city Mrs Valesh h said saidI
I propose to start a campaign against againstsocialism againllt8oclallsm againstsocialism
socialism This shirtwaist strike may be beused betlsed beused
used topave the way for farming clean cleansensible cleani cleansensible
sensible labor unions and I want to enroll qnrollevery urolevtry enrollevery
every woman of leisure every clubwoman clubwomanin
in the movement The existing unions are arenot arenot arenot
not doing what they ought to stem titemthe titemthetide the thetide theti4o
tide of socialism in this country countryThe
The Womans Auxiliary of the Amen American Amencan merloon ¬
can Society for rorte the Prevention of Cruelty Crueltyto
to Animals recently established a aneW aneWclinic new newclinic newclinic
clinic for foriuiimal animate at 335Lafayptte 325 Laf Lnfayptteatreet LnfayptteatreetNew > ptte street streetNew tn t tNew
New York AW AtiUh11l this clinic crts dogs dogshorses dogehof8e8 dogshorses
horses and other animals will m b be treated treatedfree t treatedfree ed edfreo
free of charge Minor operations II will williteo willilso
iteo be performed there but rll U1MIl U1MIl8erlou ll really reallyBcrlouisTcases reallyaoriouscves
BcrlouisTcases 8erlou cVles will bo token to the rnimrl rnimrlhospital Inltnrlh08p1t11 rninmalhoeptrl
hospital At Cornell University Medical MedicalCollege ltedlroll MedinmiCollege
College Mrs In James Jom Speyer tp er president presidentof pre ldent ldentor
of the Womans Auxiliary Mrs Edith EdithWhcrton EdithWharton I
Wharton and Mrs fHQolvert CrJvert Calvertilreweritreiaid Calvertilreweritreiaidto lJrewertrenld lJrewertrenldto Brewer stre said saidto
to be responsible re for the founding 4f f the theclinic thecllnlo theclinic
clinic clinicMiss cllnlolJ11I clinicMiss
Miss Nettlo Podell has haabeeiappelnted haabeeiappelntedlIuperintendent been appointed appointedYork appointedsuperintendent
superintendent ot tile Woman Suffrage SuffrageSettlement
Settlement IJou House recently opened InNew InNewYorklUII8 in New NewYork I
York YorklUII8 Miss Pod FodPll en 18 said to nave sug suggested auggenteel ¬ I Ilt08toofhe
genteel lt08toofhe the settlement house to Mrs Bel Belmont Belmont Belmont
mont who liked the Idea so well that she shenot ahonot shenot
not only furnished rnishedthe the money to establish establishit e tbl1sbIt
it hut supports It Miss Ml Podell is agrad agraduate a a tmLduate grad gradHate
uate of the New York YorkSohool School of f Philan Philanthropy ptUlanthropy Philanthropy ¬
thropy and for two twoyerurs ye years n after her he gradua graduatlon graduation u utlon
tlon served serv as probation pr btton officer 0 ocr in IIPhila Phila Philadelphia PhIIadeiphia ¬
delphia delphiaMrs 1
Mrs t3 Zablo 7 blo wife of the 1e new n W Premier Pre Cr of ofDenmark orl ofDenmark
Denmark Dennmrkhas has been employed on the official officialreporting officialrepordng
I reporting staff of the Danish Parliament Parliamentsince p Parliam rllm oti otisince nt ntsince
since 1883 as nn expert stenographer stenographerShe tenogr ph r1 r1I
She Sii was the first woman who worked workedthere workedthere
there as a shorthand writer and WOrkedJ Got t first firstIn
I In 1 said sal tto < to have metwith mt With great gr opposition oppositionThe
The upper house was W11llCSPfoally especially opposed opposedto ed edto 1
to her appointment uippointnmentschich which was made J at atthe atthe
the same time that her husband busbandwall busbandwallelected was waselected waselected I
elected a member of Parliament for forRlngstoad forRingatcad I
Rlngstoad Iceland She receives s the thesame theflame thesame
same salary as the ptCl1Btenogt1lpbers men stenographers stenographersWhen i
When her huabond I made the opening pem g ad address addre address ¬
dress s for tho new newO Government abs sat satdirectly satdirectly 1 1dlrootly
directly In front of him and took too k down downevery downevery
every word wordMis wordMiss I
Miss 111 Martha Berry hood of t a B schcotfon schcotfonpoor schooformpoor h ton tonpoor
poor white boys noo n mierilorne > lomeOa Home Ga ha has hajWt hajWt8ucooeded jest jestsucceeded justsucceeded
succeeded In raising raIIlI Jt the e S OOOOI1 OOOOI16I1ry 60000 neces necessary neoeasary ¬
sary to secure an equal sum from rromRU88C1I Wars WarsRussell tra traItuasell
Russell Sage and Andrew Carnegie CarnegieThis CarnegieThis CarnegieThis
This school grew out of a little Sunday Sundayschool Sundaychool Sundayschool
school that Miss Barry JHr started in the themountains the1l10untaiM themountains
mountains of Georgia about ten years etU8ago etU8agofhe yrarsagoThe ago agoThe
The school now owns a thousand acres of ofland ofland ofland
land a large part of which ia under cui cultivation cuitivation cuitivation ¬
tivation and several good buildings buildingsIt
It has 150 pupils purUs and fifteen teachers teachersThe tea heraTIle tea0hemThet0O000
The Thet0O000 9100000 will wU be used as an endowment endowmentfund
fund
MibH MiiMFllzabeth Elizabeth Moore a Vpau V isaar grad graduate grAduat graduate ¬
uate uat huts entered the theag agricultural oultural depart department department departmont ¬
ment of the University of Missouri at atColumbia AtColumbia atColumbia
Columbia and has announced announ od her h r inten intention Int intehtion f1 f1tlon ¬
tion of becoming an expertfarmer experttarmorSho experttarmorShoIlia expert farmer She Sheis Sheis
is Ilia a memberof of several afubs atubilin in St Louis LouisA Loul1 Loul11ibr
A 1ibr library ry browsing room has just J uat been beenopened beenop beenopneu1
opened op nPd at t Smith College It Itm was lflttod lflttodup fitted fittedup fitterp
up p UH a memorial to Edith Chartors ChartorsGttlagher Ch ThartersOailmmgmnr rtota rtotaOlllaither
Gttlagher by her father In the now newlibrary nowIihrrY nowlibrary
library building and new tho browsing browsingroom
room there is a shelf devoted to publica publications pubUcut1ens pubilcalions ¬
lions by Smith graduates This shelf shelfnow IIhelfnow shelfnow
now contains cont lns books by Josephine Paskam PaskamEicon nl D lkam81tOn1el1hlne kam kamBicomi
Eicon 81tOn1el1hlne Xephlno Humphrey Oraoe Lathrop LathropCollin lathropC
Collin C ohm llin Caroline M Fuller Fannie P PHardy PHardy 1 1hardy
Hardy Edith Elmer ElmerA1U1II Anna Chaplri Ray RayMaude RayMaud RayMauide
Maude Maud Barrows Mutton Mary MaryCalklnll MaryCalklnllAlice Calkins CalkinsAlien CalkinsAlice
Alice P Norton and Florence Marritnan MarritnanBailoy Merriman11Iy MorrimaBaiiOy
Bailoy 11Iy
Miss 111 Pearl A Billings is said to bo the theyoungest theYOllnlt theyotinget
youngest YOllnlt t hotel woman In Chicago per perhaps porh perhimps ¬
haps h pll in this country Several years ago agoho agoIIho agosho
IIho ho Inherited from a cousin the lease fur furnlahiiigH rurnllhingK furnishings
nlahiiigH and good will of the Newberry NewberryHotel NewberryJlotelBy
Hotel JlotelBy By good goodmanagemont management Miss MlsaBillings tUMBillingl MissBillings
Billings his mado It Ita a success without a abar ahnr abar
bar a thing which tha hotel l mon of ofChicago ofChlMlo ofChicago
Chicago told her would be impossible impoenibjeOf
Of her fifty employees IImpl0100i11ess less than one dorAn dorAnro
are ro men Miss Nell 2 etl Billings her cousin cousinis
is the manager and there are women womnnbookkeepers womenhook womenlookkeepors
bookkeepers hook keepers and clerks clerksDr
Dr Edna M Day professor or o ci home homeeconomic homeeconomlc homeeconomics
economic In the Unlver University ltyor of Missouri Missourihas
has planned for the thewomon women student an anoleotivH anAleotlv6 anelectivi
oleotivH course pn on the rearing of babies babiesForty habOBForty babiesForty
Forty students have alreldy expressed expresseda
a desIre to take the course Dr Day Laywiil Laywiiltake will willtake wlUtuke
take her classes to the Parker Memorial MemorialHoHpitat Memorial1I0llpirol Memorialhospital
hospital where wherosho she will 111 lecture while a anurse anurse anurse
nurse bathes a baby Dr Day DaybolievOtl DaybolievOtlthat believes believesthat
that the university should run a nursery nurserywhera nursorywbere nurserywhore
whore the women of Columbia could leave leavethlr leavet leaveheir
heir t elr babies during the day dayBaroness dayreneIlllUchldawir dayBaroness
Baroness reneIlllUchldawir Uchlda TJchldawife wife of thenewJapa thenewJapancHo the new Japa Japanell6 Japanose
nose Ambassador to the United States Statesis
is a graduate of Bryn rynMnwr Mawr Since Sinceher 81nceher SInceher
her marriage mBrrlR o twelve years ago she boa boarettided baarelilded ha haresided
resided in Lckln L ekin and Vienna but she has haskept ha hakept
kept in touch with the condition c of tho thowomen thowomen thewomen
women of her native country
Women of Japan are becoming more moreand mornand morsand
and more advocates for higher educa education education education ¬
tion she mid In a recent interview interviewThe
The beginning of the movoment may be becounted bcounted becounted
counted from 1871 when a number of ofyoung ofi ofyoung
young girls Irlswere wero sent to o the United States Statesand BtattRnd Statesand
and placed < l in the best institutionsfor institutionsforhigher institutions for forhigher forhIgher
higher learning Of these girls one i iI U Unow Isnow
now the wife of Marshal Baron D ron Oyama Oyamaand 01amaland Oyamnaand
land and another the wife of Admiral Urlu UrtuMiss UrluMiss UrluMiss
Miss Yasul who studied in the best col collogon collCg08 ccllogos
logon in England was recently called calledto
to Slam by the Queen who placed her in incharge IncharRe inchargo
charge of a recently established d Institution Institutionfor In tituUonfor
for the th higher hlgheredueation education edUCR lon of Siamese girls girlsMme girlsMme girlsMm
Mme Anna Ilogstad Uoltfltadthe the first woman womanmember womanmember womanmember
member of the Storthing which Is the thelower th thlower thelower
lower house in the Norwegian Parlla Parllament PArliament Parilamont
ment was n teacher in one of tho primary primarygradon primafTtrooeltof primarygrades
grades trooeltof pf the publlo schools in Chris Christianln Chrilltl1onll1 Christianin
tianln when elected When asked for forher forher forbet
her reasons for believing that women womennhoitld womenshould womenshrould
should vote and serve serve hilegf in legislative Jativo assem assemblies 8811embiles aseembIle ¬
bIle Mme Ilogstad Mid saidThere v 1
Them are two reasons Many women womenaro womenaro womenaro
aro required to pay taxes and an4 an4taxati taxation taxationwithout LaxatlQnwithout taxati n nwithout
without representation is ISn not t right rightWomen rigltWome rightWomeq
Women should sli uld have haveuvolce a voloo In the direc directions directions ¬
tions of tho schools and all the other otherinstitutions otherinstltutlonlltlmt otherinstItutions
institutions instltutlonlltlmt that have to do with chil children children children ¬
dren I am n mother an4 was wait school aschoolteacher alIchoolteRclcr a schoolteacicr
teacher for many years ballave b U ve thatthPlO that thatthofto thatthose
those facts fac qualify mo mntor for 4me he duties of ofmy ofnlY OfToy
my ofllce So long longae an Bli I am in thn th Stor Storthing StorI 1r 1rI < ¬
I I thing tho thoI I nit my chief euro u reIM11 shall be to tol safeguard aafeiardL safeguardUwJaUMMt4 rd
UwJaUMMt4 of women wom and children
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iAlllSIAX WOMEN 9IiN 0 OX A t IHKT IHKTFOtt itr itrFOR
FOR THKilt CCSWIBYJOVS CCSWIBYJOVSA JLXI S SASkt
A ASkt Skin SldnThat That Can Defy Der the Hind Ind Jun JunMatter JII J JMiller I IMattelr
Matter Mattelr of Eating tlie tItiIKlit theRlghi theRlghiThey lllKia r0M r0MThey 110MThtr
They Drtlaie lJeNareUUTerntJlenu fletlaieDlfferent Different Menu st enus i Pro IroIded Provided ro rovlded
vided for torlhe the Blend and Ilnnioiir IlnnioiirIm
Im giving an aeroplane oo plane luncheon luncheonnext luuroh luurohnext
next week said a woman with a corn ocmjplexlbn oonaplexlon cornplexion
plexlbn all 1I rose rOllCan and l cream color colorIve and andIve lid lidIve
Ive been searching search for the right klndbf klndbffood kin4 kin4food
food foodI
I attended an aero meet In Pans tat tatfall lautfall
fall The ladles came dressed in aei aeitoilettes nectoilettis
toilettes but the distinguishing thing thingabout tImingabout
about them was the complexion Never Neverhad Neverhad
had I Been such skins skinsIn skirtsIn
In Chicago just recently I was asked askedto aslrLto
to meet some ladle who are Interest Interestin
in aerial navigation and here ngrln ngrlnI
I was greeted with red cheeks and andeo ann sk q qso
eo clear that positively you could couldthe ucn ucnthe
the color mount into them themYou thornYou
You must enjoy your good crii criipjeiion or orpexion
pjeiion I Bald to A woman who clmttM clmttMwith cluillsiwith
with me meEnjoy meEnjoy
Enjoy Itf it she excUlmed It Itdelightful itdelightful
delightful I Iain can take off my veil in the thedaylight t tdaylight
daylight for the first time since I MI waa MIa
a debutante d4buta to and I can face all kinds of ofevil ofevil
evil winds without quailing at the thought thoughtof
of what I will look like the next day The Theaero itssore
aero complexion is a thing in which to torejoice torejoioe
rejoice rejoiceAs
As I hod never heard of the aero aerocomplexion aerucomplexion
complexion I Asked her about It ItIts itits
Its the complexion we o get by th thaero the thesore
aero diet satire ealalie and it was discovered discoveredby
by tlie ttI women of Paris who found them themselves themselves ¬
selves unable to continue making M Mcensions iucensions
censions because pf the Injury done th thskin its itsskin
skin They made a scientific study of ofthe efthe
the matter find found that the fault VM VMin wai waiin
in their diet dietAfter dioLAfter
After a further talk with her and x xlong aiongocsmuitatInn
long iongocsmuitatInn consultation with i skin speciiUnt speciiUntto siidsitowhiczn
to towhiczn whom she referred me I found that thatnerolng mImiaerolng
nerolng like autornobillng oatys fdr 4 4peculiar apeculisir
peculiar menu menuAt menuAt
At first the Parisian women who found foundtheir fuadtheir
their complexions Injured by byto expure expureto
to the wind took upjUiQ bW fashioned fashionedorange tashiraiorange
orange cure They folDWeilthe folbiye The example exampleof
of the beauty oft o Itie ie court of Louis XVI XVIwho Xviwho
who lived uponoranfes upon oranges She took the theJuice thejuice
Juice of six orkngo three times a diy diyand thyand
and not much else dee Ilhut But these women womenfound womenfound
found themselves growing weak en this thmfood thisfood
food and some of them could not digest digestorange digoorange
orange juice at all Then they made other otherexperiments otlreexperiments
experiments and Anally hit on the right rightthlngtaeit rightthing
thlngtaeit thlngtaeittIfvyt thing to eat C Ct >
tIfvyt IC ou > u want a dear > iUve skin sup supposing I Iposing ¬
posing t you are a brunette y < pi uitakp Uko as asmuch asmuch
much spaghetti us will knit flHapaO and wulypu andyou
you cover ft with boiling bollin watefi vatet Then Thenyou Thumyou
you add OB onion and IctaHbollfcojgelher IctaHbollfcojgelherWhen letIIboil togetirer togetirerWhei
When pie spaghetti Is igdotie dona you mike a acheese acheese
cheese drejirag dr atng for It And eat lt itYoii itYoiivary > Yoij Yoijvary1
vary1 vary1your vary your diet with fried onions and andmusDrpoms andmushrooms
mushrooms It Js a good complexlon complexlondiejV cleziomdiej
diejV particularly If J9U odd ag14m gJ of ofred ofrd
red wlneJo i e W It It nikes the brunette brunetteskin brunettekincleitmaanrlet
skin kincleitmaanrlet clear s b bThe > h 7 jP jPTho4enormeo
The Tho4enormeo L jotaeTO food foo Isjthe lth oddest of ofall ofall
all At to aero asroluncheon luncheon glvett for the theDurpoae theDuirfioSe
Durpoae ot Inspecting ah en airship which whichwhenoompleted whichwheneomtrpleteat
whenoompleted might some onota day fly th thhostess timhoeteM
hostess hid a beauty menu which she shebrought b bbrought
brought from London She explain explainedthatlt explainthat
that thatlt it la followed by byQueen Queen Alexandra AlexandraUp
sn spr1ng
Up tJpmthetable < rtt etoble there ware pitchers ui uitMckeraB ofthfokcimasdat
tMckeraB thfokcimasdat > ajidteaoh eaoheoicer over were plates platesof
of 5 > remrH WBryeiWbcat ginger and andgmhajnTc andIrahawm
gmhajnTc Ateph plate there also was a a9UW adLMf
9UW < ef f jtesftfieAtoaple sugar Vermont VermontVdety Vermontv
Vdety v iely You YouFsread spread your bread with withcrwuu withqranm
crwuu K you want to be just like Queen QueenAlexandra QueenAliandra
Alexandra but if you have Down E East EasttendMeiee > it ittendencies
tendencies you use the maple sugar sugarThat sugarThat
That was the entire luncheon except for forsome forsome
some excellent tea served with slices of oflemon oflemon
lemon and a maraschino cherry cherryBeauty cherryBeauty
Beauty luncheons are a a fad in Lent LentEven LentEven
Even though you are not an aeroplanUt aeroplanUtand
and may not even know anybody whs whsowns wlrjownan
owns a flying machine machiinothe the beauty I unchxr luuehshTmakes unchxrmakes
makes your skin clear i fry r rYOu
You have bad the brunette luncbpta luncbptanow lhuicben8now
now Ill tell you what makes for a elm elmb6nd cletrbibnd
b6nd skin I I attended such a lunchwm lunchwma
a few days ago All the ladle adIesblondes warfl warflblondes
blondes and the menu was planned tanned for forthem furthem
them themIn themin
In the casserole in front of the hostfwas hostf irsteewall
was a great portion of spinach and In th thchafing the thechafing
chafing dish at her right them waa wiibnij wiibnijbllng bulr1 bulr1bllng
bllng water After we seated ourselvn ourselvnthe UrIm UrImth
the th hostess poached some eggs iii in th thwater iiwater
water and We were served with plat platof plmtsof
of spinach with a poached egg on top topA
A hoC butter1 butttmfsauico sauco was poured over All Alland alland
and that was our luncheon luncheonTlw luncheonTii
Tlw Tii eggs by bythie the way were of tire vftf vftffresh Cf Cffresh
fresh variety the sort for which you i ti tithe y ythe
the farmers boy 10 cent each wien wIrl 1 1cornea lcomes °
cornea over from Jersey with them themnested all allnested
nested in a padded basket and newly1 riewhluOl riewhluOlfor lutn lutnfor
for you The spinach was frejh and thi thicream fir fircream
cream right from up State brought knr knrnpedal li lispecial
special messenger So you se it 1mtnI 1mtnIa so I Ia
a matter of economy at all havine tnett
complexion lunches lunchesBeauty lunchelieauty
Beauty baths are temporarily taking takinga tahitia
a back seat What Is the use of scrubbing scrubbinga
a skin which cant be > > made clear Un Unless tTuiiess ¬
less there in a foundation of right rating ratingyou cetimgyou
you cant clear a complexion Co Cornmltict Cornmlticthelp m < ti tihelp
help but youve got to beginYight beginYightThe
The medium complexion la iatire the moM moMdifficult uimosdimcult
difficult of all to treat Eating one thlnt thlntand thintand
and nothing else will help th the median medianskinned miiiimqskinned
skinned woman I was tha tiiegucst guest of honor honorat
at a complexion luncheon where Jth Jthguests 3tlusguests
guests were all women with medium mediumhued nuedhrnnhued
hued complexions Our one article 61 61diet Ofdiet
diet was stewed fruit Wo had four kl kinda kindaWith mU mUWith
With the fruit were some crackers huh Imtthat huhthat
that was all This sort of meal taken tiUentwice takentwice
twice a a day will help the complexion to toIm soIm
Im told toldWomen toldWomen
Women who are nervous have a still stilldifferent stilldifforent
different diet I begged permission to tobe tobe
be a guest at a nerve luncheon not long longago lormgago
ago The food the table and the room roomwere roomwere
were all in harmony and the color schema schemawas schemewas
was one to allay nervousness The pre prevailing proveiling ¬
veiling tone was green All the food foodwere foodswore
were green and the table was wasdreaaed dressna in invines 1mmVnee
vines vinesMany Many of us have had hadtigo Ifl KO lacH M MFletchers toFletchers
Fletchers ways and chew This na ap applied opplied ¬
plied to the complexion calls for u Very Verylittle Vorylittle
little food well masticated f gave a amastication iimaatfcaUon
mastication luncheon a short time ago agoTba agoThe
The guests gmiestswere were told that the food U qpon qpontheir n ntheir
their plates was all they were expected oxpectwlto
to have It consisted of a i saucer of ofthick ofthick
thick cream with ten little cracHfers ar arranged atranged ¬
ranged around the sauoor eaucerThe t tThe
The KUesta were cautioned caut onedthat that they Ihtymust theymust
must chew Fiftyfive chews to a mouthful mouth uiommtbful
ful was the rule Chow until you can cant canthelp t thelp
help swallowing was the advice I 1on 1onbefore < one onebefore
before the ten little cracker were Hiewwl Hiewwlthe cl1ewe4lthe
the appetites of ofthcgueetawero the guests were Mtislled Mtislledand ssualltdandoh
and andoh oh the benefit to the complexion complexionI
I hare a few reminders for the woman WoflIQwho womanwho
who is taking to complexion foods foodsThe foodsTho
The first is that the complexion i imade ii iimarie
made of what whatyou you eat t tThe rThe
The second is that the way you eat It Itmakes Itmakes
makes a difference differenceThird differenCeTblmd
Third the th brunette needs a different dilTereatdiet differentdiet
diet from the thern blonde blondeFourth blondeFourth
Fourth the diet which dears a bLond woiulkin bLondakin
kin will not do the same thing for th the thebrune 4 4brune
brune t te teFIththore I IFlfththore
Flfththore is a special dietfotorvP dietfotorvPDies diet for norvc norvcnice
nice Throwing for Chatltr Chatltrbrain Ch rlt rltfrom >
from the London fflnniirtl fflnniirtlA i onde d dA
A singular Incident which lisa not notplace f5tII f5tIIplace
place during U the last thirty yearn occurred oernrrWat occurredat
at the Town Hall Oulldford yerte yerteIn ycsterlaY ycsterlaYin
In connection with the lnter interesting tlnit Aid Aidjnony er ermonT
monT of throwing dice for e emon IOSI4 IOSI4rnorrCyorjohn
mon rnorrCyorjohn yorJohnHowscl liowscirarit liowscirarit130th arlt arltUoth
Uoth servants on the first tn tnexavtlr xoisuIt11 xoisuIt11ezactir
exavtlr tb the mme total totalmo 10 t t on onth n nth
th dicebox for ihnseeeflo ho c < om tIme llmRete lien lienRscvetotaltoul
Rete Rscvetotaltoul toultcfl 13 arid nd Hors OonThe Patimr PatimrThe
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