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e 1 THE 1w WASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAY DECEMBER 22 1907
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BACHELOR GIRL CHAT CHATTHE
I THE MADDENING MASCULINE ATTITUDE
By HELEN I1ELE ROWIiAKD ROWIiAKDIve nOVLANDIye
Ive been thinking announced tho theMere thoM thoMere
Mere M < re Man lazily blowing a smoke ring ringand ringand ringand
and gazing dreamily through It into the thefire thofire
fire of getting ir Jrtrled JrtrledThe rrled rrledThe
The Bachelor Girl started and thon bent benthurriedly benthurrIedly benthurriedly
hurriedly to take a stitch In the glove glovashe gloveshe
she was wuS mending mendingFor mendingFor
For how long she Inquired sweetly sweetlyglancing sweetlyglancing sweetlyglancing
glancing sidewIse through a curl that thathung thathung
hung over ov r one eye eyeWhat OyeWhllt
What The Mere Man put down his hiscigarette hiscigarette
cigarette and gazed at her In surprise surpriseFor surpriseFor
For life of course courseI
I mean how long have you been think thinking thinkIng ¬
ing of o it explained the Bachelor Girl Girlturning Girlturning
turning faintly falntl pink beneath the curl curlHas curlHas
Has it Ithas has It become a habit yet yetThe et etThe
The Mere Man reddened and cleared 1115 1115throat his histhroat
throat throatOlt
Oh he responded resonded trying to speak speakwith spoalIth
with Ith careless eaae of course cour Ive known knownthe knownthe
the girl for several years oors but butOf butOt but0f
Of course you havja hu hayo broke in the thoBathelor theBachelor
Bachelor Girl snapping her thread with withan withan
an Impatient little jerk And meantime meantimeyouve meantimeYOWV8 meantimeyoiive
youve kept her guessing guosslnJnd and waiting waltln waltlnThats
Thats the maddening masculine atti attitude attItude ¬
tude
Thewhatr ThewhatrThe Thewhat r rThe
1 The T Ii e YoustaytheretillIcomeback YoustaytheretillIcomebackattitude YoustatberetUlIcomcbackattltuf
attitude > explained tho Bachelor Girl Girlthat Girlthat
that men assume toward women from fromthe fromthe
the time they th y are old enough to leave leavetheir 100 100theIr
their sisters sitting on the front doorstep doorstepwhile doorstepwhllc
while they go 1 > 0 out and fight makebollevo I
Indians until they th y are old enough to leave leavetheir leav leavthdr
their wives sitting in the parlor perl r while they thevgo theygo theYgo
go out and do makebelieve work at the theoffice theomtt th
office It was as Antonys attitude toward towardCleopatra towardCleQP
Cleopatra CleQP tra and Antonios attitude toward towardPortia towardl L LPortia
Portia l > ortia and Hamlets attitude toward towardOphelia towardOphtlia I IOphelia
Ophelia and andancl and werent they UIe all sur surprised surprIsf ¬
prised prIsf > d and the Bachelor Girl gurgled gurgledWith gurgledwith
With malicious dellght dellghtIf dell ht htIe
If you are going to revel In the fall fallings IaUings failIngs ¬
ings of your our sex began the Mere Man Manreproachfully MImrproachrull L Lreproachfully
reproachfully reproachfullyFailings rproachrullFaU1n
Failings FaU1n s exclaimed the Bachelor Girl Girlin GirlIn Gir GirIn I
in scornful astonishment astonishmentAnd astonishmentAnd astonishmentAnd
And their disconcerting habit of al always a1wars siways ¬
ways turning up where theyre least cx expected cxptCted cxpected ¬
pected and engaging in battle trouble troubleand troubleand troubleand
and sudden sudd n death when a chap fancies fanciesthem fanciesthm 3 3them
them safely at home mending the family familystockings tamllystlkln faxnll3stok1ngs
stockings stlkln s or feeding the kitten kittenYes kltteny kittenYes
Yes y cs interrupted the Bachelor Girl Girlwith GirlwIth Gir I Iwith
with a sage nod of her curls falling
to be there when a man happens to tothink tothink t tthink
think he wants her hi I the greatest sin a awoman awoman m I Iwoman
woman can commit commltexcevt except being there therewhen therewhen i iwhen
when he doesnt want her The masculine masculineidea maIICuUneidea i iidea
idea of love is a hitching post where whereman a aman 8man
man can tie a woman and leave her h with withperfect withpertect wIt t tperfect
perfect security urlt ag he would the family famn
horse ho e But she isnt to blame if her hu human human heman ¬
man instincts of curiosity curto lty and impati impatience fmpatlnCe Impaticnce ¬
ence nCe g get t the beter of her If Adam left t
Eve E < > standing by b the forbidden tree whllo whlllhe whili whilihe
he went off to dig root roots for f r breakfast or orto orto oi r rto
to take hit IiI morning bath he shouldnt t
have been surprised 8ul1 > rIsecl because she got hun hungry hungry hungry ¬
gry and curious and plucked the fatal fatalapple futalappl 1 1apple
apple appl And if a man leaves his wife at a I
home while he goes out to clubs or stag stag1parties stagparties sta staparties
parties he shouldnt get excited excitedBut oxcltednut excitedBut
But Im not leaving leavinganybodys anybodys wife at a t
home protested the Mere Man plaintive ¬
ly h and I dont see why w11 I cant stop to tothink tothink t L Lthink
think before I choose choo e my own wife wifeAnd wlf wlfAnd wifeAnd
And leave her waiting on the doorstep doorste
f matrimony while you are thinking thinkingitid lhlnkhlbmd thinkingnd
itid nd going about amusing amusl yourself with withther withther wit t tther
ther women to make sure that you ou cant can t
lo to any better interrupted the Bachelor r
Girl sarcastically sarca ticaU And yet she added addedmusingly addednuslngl adde addeuuslngly
musingly nuslngl Ive no doubt youll expoet to tomarry tomarry 1 0 0marry
marry a a girl whos never been kissed Tciasedwhile kissedwhile bsed bsedwhile
while she waited waltodor or had a thought or a aentiment antIment 5 5entiment
> entiment for anybody but you youOf youOC youOf
Of course retorted the Mere Man I
Ill make sure that I am getting a nice nicesweet nlcowept nlcciweet
sweet girl girlTho girlTho girlThe
Tho nicest things remarked the Bach
lor Girl acridly acrldl as she put a knot in her herthread be r
hrend can become shopworn It they theyire theyIre the I Ire
ire re left on the shelf too long longccn oven you yo I
for instance instanceI
I beg your our pardon The Mere Man Ma a
dropped his cigarette cigaretteEven cigaretteEven cigaretteEven
Even you OU repeated the Bachelor Girl Girlquite Girlquite I Imite
quite unperturbed are getting g oting tlng a little Jlttloworn littleworn litti 0 0worn
worn about the edges of your our hair haIrs and an d
frayed as to your our morals and wrinkled wrlnkJ d in inour Inour I a ayour
your our disposition dlspo ltlon and faded In your Our on or
huI Ct1 B H
vlll 11l keep forever under a glass case
They are Just natural flowers that noed
he sun of love and the breeze of oCUfo life and a d
he good gardening of matrimony to keep
them fresh and young oung and unwithored
Yet nowadays the average man expects oxpoctsio oxpoctBspend expectsspend
io spend threequarters of his life as a
lolly 011 lly bachelor
and ten years more con conemplatlng conemplat1ng < on onmplatlng
emplatlng matrimony matrImon before he takes
the plunge plungeAnd plungeAnd
And then put In the Mere fere Man I sym sympathetically s sympathetically m mpathetlcall ¬
pathetically pathetlcall hes likely to got the cold
hlvers or a warning chill and never to toake totake
take ake the plunge at all allyes allYeti allYes
yes agreed the Bachelor Girl Love
lke pudding or coffee or anything else elsegets olsogets elsegets
gets cold and stale if it is left standing
too long outside the window A man fan fantIt
d tIt IPS k he has only to light the fire In a agirls ngirls agirls
girls heart hf > art and it will keep on flaming
while he wanders nders off to Amuse himself himselfand himselfand himselfand
and think It over but its tho foolish foolishreckless fooUshreckless foolishreckless
reckless impulsive people who marry marT In
the first flush fiu ll and enthusiasm cnthu tnsm of ro romance romance ioinance ¬
mance who got all tho real happiness out outof outof
of lifo lifoAnd UflAnd Ill
IllAnd
And have all the matrimonial indiges ¬
tion afterward added the Mere Man Manwryly 1110wrjh Manwryly
wryly wrylyMarrying wrjhllarlIng wrylyMarrying
Marrying a n girl after ten years of ofcourtship orourlsblp ofourtsIiip
courtship and andand and contemplation went wenton wentIn wenton
on In the Bachelor Girl ignoring tho Intor interruption Intorruption intorruption ¬
ruption Is like buying a doll that has hasstood hasstood
stood tood in the showcase abowca o too long 1ong ong She may
look just the same at a glance but her
faith in men is apt to have become fly
sprckttd sJ > fCk and 4ier her 1er ideas Ide s to have become becomestiff becomestltr becomestIff
stiff and her opinions set and all her
fresh sweetness Is gone And marrying marryIng
a a man who has been a 8 bachelor very ory long
Is like getting furniture or a coat or any
old thing at a secondhand shop
Secondhand Secow hand cried cr ed the Mere ore Man
protestingly protestinglyYes protestlngbYes protestinglyYes
Yes declared the Bachelor Girl with witha
a toss of the recreant curl or four ¬
teenthhand for that matter Its hard to tomake tomake tomake
make him oyer ojer to fit the new situation situationand situationand situationand
and the satin lining of his sentiments Is Isapt Isapt Isd
d apt to be motheaten mothet1t motheatenand nand and you OU may be beperfectly beperfectly beperfectly
perfectly sure that no matter what you ou
do you ou cant give him
a new thrill or a anew II IInew anew
new sensation or a new experience < perlcnco Liv ¬
ing in a bachelor fiat for five or six years
has dulled his interest in domesticity Al All
the dear delicious little incidents like
darning his socks and pressing his nock
ties and curing his headaches and mak ¬
ing him sofa pillows and crocheted slip ¬
pers and fancy waistcoats that are so sonovel sonovel sonovel
novel and thrilling tb you are an olt oltstory old oldstor oldstory
story stor to him You are only a n hundredth hundredthrepetition hundrodthrepetition hundredthrepetition
repetition or so O Of sweet sympathetic sympatheticwomen sympnthetlcwomen sympatheticwomen
women who have pampered and spoiled
him A seasoned bachelor always
ro reminds rominds rominds ¬
minds mo of an old wardrobe I once got gotat gotat gotat
at auction I neveV nevr hung a frock In It
that I didnt wonder who had hung some somethIng ¬
thing on that particular hook before beforeStop beforcStop
Stop cried the Mere re Man rising with witha
a shuddar and Hinging the cigarette into intothe Intothe intothe
the fire Youre spoiling my Jt1 satin lining liningand liningand liningand
and pulling my theories out of shape anc anctearing and nndtearIng andtearing
tearing my illusions to tatters and andThats andThats andThats
Thats it sighed tho Bachelor Girl fGIrlbaking IGlrlhaldng
baking her head ruefully Its the lllu llluions 1lIuions Illuon
ions on we lose while we are waiting that thate
e miss afterward Love is nothing bu but butl
l bundle of Illusions anyway anwarrcm anywayLoie
Lore ii just u8t a I cobweb w wet t with morning mcrnfn dew dewan dewunt
an Is just a rallY spall iBrf h11fI inI41e l lo to Ttar Ttartroul TlewI ylewtrved
troul a I touch to toe henry lIeaTTnd the cobweb bb is not
there tkcreA theredill
Ii A j sigh sigh toe loagaad l a d to 1IJ tic spell Itai ba ranbbcj lot lotair 1utu I eta
ak airnd aknd aknd
nd she laid down her work and gazed
into i iI nto the fire resting restlni her chin chin pensively pensivelyin
in I n liar hands handsThe handsThe handsThe
The Mere Mer Man sat down thoughtfully thoughtfullycrosed
crosed c rosed his knees and sighed as he lit a afresh t tfreah
fresh f resh cigarette cigaretteAh clgnrettoAh
Ah well vel1 he t ie said after a pause if iftho Ittho
tho t he illusions mus ons dont go before marriage marriageiioy marriagetho
tho t hey go afterward afterwardOf nClorwardor
or course they do agreed tho Bach Bachelor Bachelor ¬
elor o oh lor Girl rousing herself and taking up
her h er work again The maddening mas masculine masculine ¬
culine c uline attitude drives them away awn The Theaverage Theavorngo
average a verage husband keeps everything wait waitIng waitIng
Ing i ng until Its cold He Peeps eeps his wife wifewaiting 1te 1tewaiting
waiting w aiting dinner until the steak and the thecoffee thecotreo
coffee c offee get cold and nd waiting for a kiss kissuntil ltlssuntil kissntil
until u ntil her h r heart gets cold and waiting for forilm forhim forim
him h im to tome ino home nlghts until even her heremper hertemper heremper
emper t cools down The youwaltthere youwalttheretillIcomoback ouwaltthoretlllIcomobnck
tillIcomoback ti attitude is the source sourceof sourceat
j of o f half the domestic troubles In the world worldJut worldBut
But B Jut ut thank heavens he vons Its going out of offashion offashion
fashion fashionYou fashionYou f
You dont say ay so The Mere Man Manumped lInnjumped
umped j and nearly burnt his fingers fin gars with withite withhis
his h ite is cigarette cigaretteTho clgnrottoTho
Tho Bachelor Girl nodded confidently
Oh Oh yes she said cheerfully cheorful1 Worn Uomon Women ¬
en o n used to have to wait there untlljius untlljiusands until untiliua hus husbands
bands b > ands or swethearts came back when whenthero when whenthere
there t was nowhere olso to go and nothing nothingelse
else e lse to do but nowadays there are bridge bridgemrtlos brJdsepurtles bridgearties
mrtlos p and womens clubs and society
flirtations fl and even the stage and journal journalism journalIsm journalam ¬
ism l am fnd and stenography And when a wife wifegets wUegets
gets g ets tired of sitting on a rocking chair chairand chairand chairnd
and a nd cultivating patience and wrinkles wrinklesshe wrinklesshe wrinkleshe
she s he takes up one of those Then when whenthe whenthe
the man comes back ho usually receives receivesa
a f t shock that breaks his heart and upsets upsetsall upsetsnIl
all n il his theories and gets ets into the morning morningpapers morningPftpers morningpapers
papers Or If i if Its merely a sweetheart sweethearthat sweetheartthat sweetheerlthat
that hat lies keeping waiting he doesnt find findthe L
the t he same woman at all when hen he returns
Instead I nstead of the shy adoring girl in nifties niftiesand rufiJesand
and curls who looked no u m to him as a asuperior Asuperior s I
superior being ho finds a v selfreliant selfreliantcreature seltrollantcreuture t tcreature
creature in walking boots and a a tailored tailoredskirt tailoredskirt I Iskirt
skirt who looks him straight through throughand throughand 1 1and
and clear up the back with tho first firstglance firs firsglance rst rstglnnco
glance and has him all dissected dlS8 Cted and laid laidout laidout lakout
out in labeled packages in tho second secondThats
Thats right exclaimed the Mere Mer lere
Man promptly If Ir a chap wants a wife wifewho wlCewho wifiwho
who hasnt already acquired an uncom ¬
fortable gait and can be broken to liar liarness harn6S6 barness
ness and made to stand and wont need needa neadn neo I Ia
a curb In these days da s hes got to catch catchone catchone I
one before she gets her second mental mentaltooth mentalteoth mentateeth I II
tooth I wonder he added thoughtfully
I Iwonderir wonder If Id better marry marr after afterall afterall r rall
all allThe
The Bachelor Girl dropped her glove glovewith gtoOwith gloviwith
with a little flutter and llung back her herchin herchin be r rchin
chin and laughed laughedYoure laughedYoure laughedYoure
Youre getting tho cold ftlvors hlvera she shecried shecried shi shicricd
cried tauntingly tauntinglyI
I I have got a sort of chill agreed the Us ci
i More Man Its tho shock I suppose supposeThowhAt supposeThewhat
Tho ThowhAt ThowhAtOt what whatOf
Of coming comhl back backAd and finding you OU like Ulci C
that 4 4Like
thatLike
Like what Mr Porter PorterOh PortorOh PorterOh
Oh different returned the bo Mere Iere Man Mannonchalantly an annonchalantly I Inonchalantly
nonchalantly and llyanecked In your you Gur GurilIuelontl r rilluaions
illusions and sot in your opinions oplnIo opinionsI 8 8I
I bog your our pardon pardonAnd pardonAnd pardonAed
And faded in your enthusiasm enthuslasmtl enthuslasmtlArchle enthusiasmArcimle
Archie Porter PorterAnd Porterud PorterAnd
And ud frayed around the edges of your yoursentiment you our oursenUaDent r rsentimnemit
sentiment sentimentWhat senUaDentWhat sentimnemitWhat
What on earth are you talking
about aboutAbout aboutAbout aboutAbout
About tho girl I thought of marry ¬
ing replied the Mere Man calmly
The Bachelbr qirl rose so suddenly that thatshe thatshe thatshe
she nearly upeet the studio kitten killenIm kittenIm
Im sorry sorq sorr she said in a voice that
trickled down the Mere Mans back like
Ice water waterOh waterOh waterOh
Oh never mind he replied quickly
Im sorry you OU must mu t go Mr Ir Porter
Im sorry too sighed the Mere Man Manas Manas Manas
as he rove and languidly picked up his
hat but I will 111 if you insist In Insistand l tand and if youll youllpromise youllpromiso oull oullpromise
promise to be here liereHere hereHore hereHore
Hore When inquired the Bachelor
Girl frigidly frigidlyWhen frigidlyWhen r1gtdlrVhcn
When Vhcn I come back backYou backYou backYou
You neednt ever corns back ox oxclaimed oxe1l oxclaimed
claimed e1l med the Bachelor GIrl desperately
When I 1 come back repeated repeat the
Mere Merc4Man Merc4ManYOU Man ManYou ManYou
You neednt needntTomorrow DefldntTomorrow needntTomorrow
Tomorrow night and he laughed laughedsoftly laughedsoftly laughedsoftly
softly as he descended de cODded the stairs
FROM FiOiJt1 WOMANS WOMANSPOINT 110 WOMANSPOINTOF M 1 S SPOINT
POINT POINTOF OF VIEW VIEWNote VIEWNote
Note the difference between the mas masculine mascullno innsculine ¬
culine and nd feminine definition dc nltlon of econ economy e eQmy econemy ¬
omy A man sags 8 1s that true economy Is Isbuying isbuyIng isbuying
buying what you OU need when you youned ou I need It Itqnd Itmnd t tqnd
qnd proves it by b accumulating a fortune fortuneof1 fortuneof artuneor
of1 or more or less magnitude A woman womanwith womanwith womanwith
with with the same sized Income will practice practiceevery practiceevery practiceevery
every economy cconom s1ie o knows mows waste money moneyIn moneyIn moneythe
In Ins the operation and wonder why she sheseems sheseems sheeems
seems s eems to be falling behind all th the time timeS timeA
S a 0A 0CC
i A man buys clothing when he needs It Itand Itnnd itnd
and a nd pays pa s the price I > rIee without trying to toboat toboat tooat
boat b oat it down Sometimes he buys small smallartlclos smallnrUclog smallrticla
artlclos a rticla in quantities to save time and andtrouble aldtrouble androuble
trouble t but he has no hoards h rds of articles articlesthat articlesthat articlesat
that th at might come Into use or might not notas notM nots
as a s the case may be When his clothing clothingJos
bas h Jos as done donelts its duty dut it is passed on and andhat andthat andhat
that t hat is the ond as far as he Is concerned concernedThe concernodThe concernedhe
The T he pressing and repairs are done by byexperienced byO bysporlenced
experienced O < tailors whose charges aro re regarded regarded roardod ¬
garded g ardod as much a 0 part of the th wardrobe wardrobeexpanse wardrobeexponse wardrobexpense
expanse e as the purchase of new gar garments garments gareats ¬
ments mentsThe mentsThe m eats
I SC SCThe
The average person has a curious idea ideaof fdooot Ideaf
of o f her duty to the matter of economy economySho economyhe
Sho S he boasts that she never buys bu s till she shehag shehas sheag
hag h ag made the rounds Of tho shops and anddoes anddocs andoes
does d oes not pay full price prletwhon when hammering hammeringwill hammeringwJll hammeringill
will w ill boat it down She wastes Wllstes her tune tuneand tlmean thusnd
and an a nd strength and pays pa s ono or more car carares earfar carares
far f ares s to save two cents on an article artlcleShe articlehe
She S he saves her clothes till they become becomeoldfashioned becomeoldfashioned
oldfashioned o and make thorn over or orthe orhe
the t ho remodeling comes after shabbiness shabbinessms
I has I ms set in and the outcome is not ox oxactly oxactly oxctly
actly a ctly what one would associate with the thotCrm thecrm
term t crm well dressed dressedThere dressedS
I
S C C C CThere
There Is rarely a clear ides Ide of the result resultto resultto resulto
to t o be b achieved by those economies economiesWomen economtecYornen economiesWomen
Women with 1tll elaborate wardrobes have to tomake tomake temake
make their th lr gowns smart but few of ofthem orthem oi oihem
them t hem undertake the job the tt work being beingdone beingdono beingone
done d one by dressmakers with good ideas or orclever Orclever emlever
clever c maids well versed In the art of re remodeling remodeling remodeling ¬
modeling Of course these garments are aronot arenot ar m mot
not n ot shabby whon changes are made madethereCore j
therefore t the effect of new clothing is issecured Issecured Ii Iiecured
secured s The Th ordinary woman gives her herclothes horclothes r rlothes
clothes c hard usage and there are no noways DOwaj mit mitways
ways of disguising the marks n arks of wear wOareen I Ieven j
even at a heavy hoo outlay of money moneyI moneyCCC
CCC CCCI
I have aeon madeover clothing that thatcost thatcOst tim t tcost
cost more than new and deceived nobody nobodrI nobod nobodn
I in i n tho end That surely surel is not economy
The purchase of garments at midsea midseason mldlleftson midseasale ¬
son sale is not wise wis unless they are for torImmedlato 10 r rmmediate
immediate i use for fashions 8Hhlo IJ vary var much muchfrom I Ifrom
from year ear to 0 year In clothing not con controlled COIatrolled costrolied ¬
trolled much mu h oy fashion it ic wise to buy bu r rudicloimly
Judiciously j when price are lowered One Oneof Oneot On I Iof
of my m friends believes that she secured secured I
better results by patronizing one store all allthe allthe al I
the time than It she divided her he trade tradecertainly trad tradcertainly tradecertainly
certainly she saves sa yes time and strength by b r
her method methodI
S S CC CCI
I do not believe that th t it is economy onomy to b 0
do or attempt to do everything for ones onesself one onesel a aself
self sel I have been told that there are arewoman arewom8ft ar S Swomen
woman who recover and repair palr furniture
but what is tho sense of it when one OMQa onec aa i
hire hlr a man to come to the house and B do dosuch doaud1 d S Ssuch
such work Grk neatly neatl and quickly for a small smallsum IIID ama Li Lisum l lsum
sum of money mone Carpenter work paper ¬
ing and doing over ceilings ce hatrs are not tasks taskssuited tubsuited S Stjfted
suited to feminine strength and DCl there thereare tlterearo ther therare
are plenty of other kinds kl 8 of work that thatare thatare thatare
are suitable and have to be done One Oneneed Oneneed Oneneed
need never be idle 1cI1eyou you know knowIt knowIs moVo moVoIt
It IK III a better kind kindof of life lit todo to do whatever
we put Upon and aJI l give the rest t
to those who can Lft do it Save Say the money
needed for new De wall paper by looking
after Ole kitchen or sacrificing act1 dag a bauble
It is line to be clever enough to make makeones makeones makeones
ones own clothing and trim hats bat but It
I Is not healthy for a girl who works all
day da earning a 8 living lI IQg to spend her even eeDIS
logs IS and holidays In such work lk The Themoney TIMmoney Themoney
money paid to dressmaker and milliner is isa 18a aa
a good Investment because it gives her
time for neceeaeary rest re t and recreation recreationKeeping reereatJoaKeepln recreationC
C S C C CKeeping
Keeping Keepln ones settneat seittneat and sej wholesome
is not easy eas when tile tHe best hours of o the t e
day da are sold to somebody who has the theright ther1tht theright
right to ones best efforts effort by virtue of ofthe ofthe
the sale Ie If one has plenty of o time and andstrength aDdstrength andstrength
strength there need be no limit to use usefulness u utulnoal ¬
fulness and that is just what women fall fallto fatlto fallto
to realize We Ve are all ambitious ambittoafJready ad adready andrady
ready to save where we can but we need Jleedto needto
to take a few lessons esfO S from the masculine masculinemembers macuUaemembers masculinemenibers
members of our hdusehoMa hdusehoMaBETTY b hduanholdsBlrrr ulehoida
BETTY BRADEBK
A SM SMART RT LITTLE RUSSIAN BLOUSE
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The Russian blouse style of dress is as aspopular asPOPulur aspopular
popular POPulur with little girls as with their theirmothers theirmothers theirmothers
mothers for while hlJe the latter find such suchfrocks SUC11frocks suchrocks
frocks f rocks easy easy to make and to keep In or order order order ¬
der the small wearers like them because becausethey becausethey becausehey
they t hey are easily OIlsl put on and are smart and andstylish andst1lIsh andstylish
stylish The dress shown in tho sketch sketchIs sketchIs
Is i s a new model consisting of a blouse blousethat blousetbat blousethat
that fits easily across the cheat and andshoulders andshoulders andshoulders
shoulders and Is prettily full at the waist ¬
line l I ine where it is attached to a straight straightgathered atralgbtgathered straightgathered
gathered skirt A strap of material or
finishes the left front edge where wh re
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the closing is effected and a similar similarstrap similarstrap similarstrap
strap is used for tho belt The sleeves sleevesare sleeQSare sleevesare
are tucked at the wrists where they tbe may maybe maybe maybe
be finished with or without a band of ofmatorh otmAtorh1 ofmtoritl
matorh 1 or braid Any An seasonable ma material material matonal ¬
terial may be used for making the dress
5 yards ards 27 r inches wide being required
for the eightyear size Sizes 4 C 8 10 10and 10and 10and
and 12 years yearsThis yearsThis yearsThis
This pattern may ma be obtained by In Inclosing inclosing Inclosing ¬
closing 10 cents cerit eIi in stamps and addressing
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cutes Agreement with Owners c cthe cotbe cthe
the Premises in Georgetown GcorgetownCer GcorgetownCertlflcntcK GeorgetownCertilicates Cer CertlilcateH
tlilcateH Will Be Issued to Sub Subscribers SubcrlbcrsTcrm SubscribersTerms ¬
scribers crlbcrsTcrm Terms of Agreement AgreementIn
In the last two t o months the board of oftrustees attrusto09
trustees of ths theFraneis Franols Scott SC t Koy Mo Memorial Momarul Momoral ¬
moral Association have been engaged In Innegotiation InnegotIation innegctiatlon
negotiation with tho owners of the old oldKoy oldXDY oldXy
Koy House In Georgetown looking toward towardthe towardtho towardthe
the contract of tho purchase thereof thereofMr thereotltr thereofMr
Mr Charles Weisgerber of Philadel Philadelphia Phtlad Phlladlphla t tphla ¬
phla has boon conferred with relative to toa toa toft
a contract under the terms of which he hewill howill hewill
will assume auumethe the management of the finan financial 1111nnclal financia ¬
cial cia affairs of tho association along lines linessimilar lInesatmUar linessimilar
similar to those he used in preserving preservingtho preservingtho preservingthe
tho homo 4Jmo of Betsy Ross in Philadelphia Philadelphiawhen Phlltldelplt1awbe Philadelphiawherm
when wbe tho first American flag fing was made madeThe madeTho madeThe
The result of the negotiations culmi culminated culminated culmlnated ¬
nated Thursday last at a ameetlng meeting of the thetrustees thetrustees thetrustees
trustees in the office of Hon Henry B BF BF BF
F Macfarland at which resolutions were wereadopted wereadopted wereadopted
adopted authorizing the execution of a acontract acontract acontract
contract with 1th the owners and also with withMr withMr withMr
Mr Welsgerber Welsgerber3Ir
3Ir MacfnrlnmV Contract ContractMr Contractllr ContractMr
Mr Mactarland as president of the as association assoehttion 3 3soeiatlon ¬
sociation and as its attorney attorno ttorn onteted Into Intocontracts Intocontracts Intocontracts
contracts on behalf of the association associationThe as associationThe oclaUon oclaUonThe
The result will be tho association will willtake Willtako Willtake
take possession pos eulon of the iold old home of o Fran Francis Fmncis FranScott ¬
cis Scott Key shortly after January 1 1and 1and
and it is expected by February Februar 1 the thehouse tilehouee thehouse p
house will be open o n to the public publicThe publicTho publicThe
The association was organized a little littleless littlethan littitlees
less than a year ago SO through the efforts effortsof eftor eftorot effortiof
of F S Key Smith of the District of ofColumbia oCColumjla olColurnJIa
Columbia Columjla bar for the purpose purpo of acquir acquiring acqutrIng ¬
ing tpis property proper and preserving it in a asuitable nsuitable ii iisuitable L
suitable way After sending out a num number numar ¬
her ar of Invitations to prominent mon monthroughout menthroubout momithroughout I
throughout the country requesting them themto themto thento
to join In tho movement by becoming Ing in lacorporators incorporators Incorporatorim
corporators of this association ns oelatlon Mr Smith Smithsecured Smitheeuredtho Smutsecured
secured eeuredtho the acceptance of sixteen amid on onFebruary OftFebruary ov ovFebruary
February 2S last at a meeting of these thesesixteen tbeHsixteen thes1xteen
sixteen in Washington City at the Uni University UnIversity Untversity ¬
versity Club the organization was per perfected perectecl ¬
peii
fected in the U adoption of bylaws and the theelection theelecUon tluelection i
election of the following olfcm1nS officers officersHon officersHon officersHon
Hon Henry B F Macfarland presi president pr prdent president ¬
dent Admiral George Dewey first ATt vice vicepresident VIcepreaJdent Victpresident
president Rear Admiral W S Schley Schleysecond Schl SchlDd Scbieysecond
second Dd vice president pre klent F S Key Ke Smith Smithsecretary Smttheretary Smithsecretary
secretary eretary William D Hoover treasurer treasurerJustice tre treasurerJustice surer surerJUee
Justice Job ob Barnard and Stewart Mc MeNamara McNamara McNamers
Namara forming with president seers secretary MCrttary seerstsry ¬
tary and treasurer the board of o trustees trusteesTerms trusteesTcrm trusteesTerms
Terms of the Agreement AgreementThe AJtrccmentThe
The purchase bue price of the property propertyunderstood fe feunderstood Jsandenltood S
understood to bo 1 SG3 and the thetkm associa association newoclation ¬
tion under uner the terms of its i J contract baa baafour baafour I
IL
four years yesm ta which to pay the balance al L
Music and Musicians
The third concert of the Boston Sym Symphony SympIaea Sympheal ¬
pIaea phony Orchestra will ill be given v n in the New NewNational NewNat10Jtal NewtIona1
National tIona1 Theater on Tuesday TM day afternoon afternoonJanuary attemooDJaaaary afternoonJanuary
January 7 The soloist olo1st will be b the Us dIstDp1shed dietinguishod < Ustinguishod
tinguishod pianist plald t Mme Mm Teresa Carreno CarrenoLast CarrenoLut CariesLast
Last Sunday hi the parlors of the tat UnJgiven U UveIIdt7 tatemtLy
veIIdt7 ot MusIc amid Del DramRtIc Art Artliven was wasiven
given iven the second of C a series of young YOUR < < pee peoples pe0ples peepies ¬
ples muateale m At this meeting which whichwas whichwu whichwas
was attended by many J Jty young music musiclovers muicmera musiclovers
lovers Mists J I8 Duncan played a Beethoven Beethovensonata BettboveaMftata Beethovensonata
sonata which pleased greatly eatly Master MasterBreeskln MasterBreeskin MuterBree8kln
Breeskln a a young OUftK violinist vtoIi scored a sue success suewith sacCe ¬
cess Ce with his d de Berlots Concerto Mme Mmevon Mmevod MInevOlt
von vOlt Unschukl wilt 111 give the next young youngpeoples youngpeoples 01iD1 01iD1people
people peoples musicale on January J m ry IS ISMr 11Xr IL ILMr
Mr Oscar Franklin Comatocks fifty ilftysecond tUtycoII4 fiftysecond
second coII4 studio recital took place last lt6t Mon Monday Monday MOM4AY ¬
day and proved a a deflghtful occasion ex except except cxcept ¬
cept for the absence ab eDce on aoeoilnt of 0 111 111of IIIof Illnese
nese of Mr T Barton Ruby The Bong
cycle cIe by b Chttsam The Heeperideg He perk1es was wasrepeated wasrepeated wasrepeated
repeated by request Mr Cometook sing singJug slnglr singjag
Jug Mr lr Easbys Eub part partTOME p partMies rt rtX
TOME X Harnden Miss Bane and Mr MrFletcher MrFletcher lr lrF
Fletcher F er formed the th rest re t of the quartet quartetand quartetad quartetand
and ad their work Grk in both solos and nd quar quart quertate
t tate te showed the result of much careful carefultraining carefultralnlllg carefultraining
training trainingMJss tralnlllglJsII trainingMiss
Miss lJsII Hetai Calhoun played I Iaed with Mr MrOomatock MrComatock MrOomstock
Oomatock Arenakys write for two pianos pianoswith ptanoewtth planeswith
with line ne ensemble on emble and nd exnrossion cxnr S8ion Mr MrComstocks MrContetocks
Comstocks contribution to the programme programmewas programmewas programmewas I
was a group of o songs consisting of ofVerrath urVerratb ofVerrath
Verrath by Brahms Am Bache by byDvorak byDvorak byDvorak
Dvorak A Rose Once Grew by Von VonHammer VonBiunmer Vonhammer
Hammer and When All the World Is IsTonne IsYo IsYoung
Tonne Yo un by Noyes NoyesMrs Noosrs NoyasMrs
Mrs rs Josof Krfspar KsparlaZt left Washington yes yestaruay yostDrilAY yest
taruay t rday to t spend the holidays hol1d 3s in New NewTurk NewYork NewYork
York where she bas gone to be In at attendance 3ttalM1ance attondance ¬
tendance at the opera operatr oporaFellowing operaPellowing
tr f i
Fallowing the concert of the Philadel Philadelphia PhlladelphtL Philadsipia ¬
phia Orchestra Tuesday Tuesda evening Mr MrPohllg MrPohiIg r rPobl1g
Pohllg was the host at an informal din dinner dlnnOl dinnor ¬
nOl his guests being Mr Ir Josef Jose Hofmann HofmannMr HofmannMr IlofmannMr
Mr Josef Jo et Kaspar and Miss Francesca FrancescaKaspar Frnnc08C8Kispnr FrancescoKttspar
Kaspar Miss l S8 Kaspar will bo the soloist soloistwith soloIstwith soloistwith
with the Philadelphia Orchestra on Feb February Fe Fermtry Febmary ¬
mary 13 1 at Wilmington DeL DeLDirector DeLDlrect9r DeLDlroctr
Director Dlrect9r Henry Russoll announces a arepertoire aropertolre arepertoire
repertoire of grand opera to be given by bytil bytllQ bythe
til the San Carlo Grand Opera Company at atthe atthe atthe
the Bolasco Theater for ono week comI com ¬
mencing on Monday night night January J JNo 13 13No i iNo
No seat 3M at the Belasco Theater will be beover beovtr beover
over ovtrThe 53 53The 3 3The
The San Carlo Grand Opera Company Companyhas Companyhas Companyhas
has a repertoire of sixteen operas peras They Theyare Theyare Theyare
are Faust and Carmen In French FrenchLohengrin FrenchLohengrln FrenchLoliengrin
Lohengrin In German Aida Don DonGiovanni DonGIoannl DonGiovanni
Giovanni Cavalleria La Gloconda GlocondaMarta GlocondnlIlatta GioconduMartu
Marta I Pagliaccl La Traviata TraviataIi
1 11 Trovatore Rigoletto Don Pas Pasquale fas fasquaJe 1asquele
quale Barbiere UgonotU and andLuciaff andLucla andLucia
Luciaff Lucia In Italian ItalianAmong ItalianAmpng ItalianAmpng
Ampng the artists of the San Carlo CarloGranQ CarloGrIUltl CarloGitntl
GranQ GrIUltl Opera Company the most promi prominent prominent pronilmint ¬
nent are Mme Lillian Nordica the lyric lyricsoprano lyricsoprano lyricsoprano
soprano Miss Alice Nielsen Mme Jane JaneNortn JaneNerlit I INorta
Nortn dramatic soprano of the grand grandopera grandoxirft I Iopora
opera of Paris Mile Tina de Ic Sane a ayoung aYoaDg ayoung
young Italian singer lyric soprano who whocreated whocreated whocreated
created the part of Santuzza in Mas Mascgnis MasdftgDls Mangnis
cgnis gnis masterpiece m erplece Cavalleria and andwhich undwhkh andwhich
which she has liassung sung in the theprinclpnl principal opera operahouses operahou operahouses
houses hou es in Italy Ital Mile Rosa RoSa Olltzka the thoPolish UlePolfsk thePolish
Polish mezzo soprano formerly rmerl with 1th the theMetropolitan theMetropoHtan theMetropolitan
Metropolitan Mme Maria Claesssns Claesssnscontralto Claes Claessenscontralto sns snscontrnlto
contralto of La Sea Scam la Milan mnn and Buenos BuenosAyres BuenosAyres BuenosAyres
Ayres grand opera Senor Florencio FlorencioConstantino FlorencloConstnnUno FlorencioConstantine
Constantine the great Spanish tenor tenorfamous tenorfamous tenorfamous
famous on both continents Carlo DanI DanIlyric Danl1y11c DaniIyrk
lyric tenor formerly with the Metropolitan Metropoli Metropolltan ¬
tan Opera House Dramatic Tenor L LdAubigne Ld LdAubtgze
d dAubigne Aub lle who is known the world over overas overas
as the best San Joe of Carmen CarmenGhiseppi CarmenGiuseppl CarmenGhiseppi
Ghiseppi Oppezzo dramatic tenor of ofBologna ofBOlogna ofBologna
Bologna Victor Maurel the barytone barytoneRamon barytoneRamon barytoreRamnon
Ramon Blanchart barytone of the The Theater Theater Theater ¬
ater Royal Ro ul of Madrid Rodolfo Fornari Fornaribarytone Fornarlbarytone Fornaribarytone
barytone for many years with La Scala ScalaMilan ScalaMilan ScalaMilan
Milan Adamo Galeprln another famous famousItalian fumousItaJian famousItalian
Italian barytone discovered by b Director DirectorRussell DirectorRu DirectorRussell
Russell Ru > > selI Andrea de Seguroln bass whose whosecreation who whosecreation e ecroatlon
creation of Mephistopheles In Faust Faustmade Faustmade Faustmade
made him famous In America Glullo GlulloRossi GluUoRossi GiulioRenal
Rossi bass of La Scala Milan 1ilan Lingo LingoTavscchia LingoTawcchla LingoTavcchia
Tavscchia basso who sang at the Met Metropolitan 1etropolltan Metropolitan ¬
ropolitan Opera House under Mr Graua
A contract with Mr Charles H Welsger Welsgerber Woisgerer VoIsgerbel ¬
I
ber b er has been made He will move to toWashington toWashington i iWnshington
Washington and inaugurate a plan look lookIng lookIng lookn
Ing i n toward the preservation of tho his historic historic hisone ¬
toric t one home of the author of the Star StarSpangled StarSpangled Starpangled
Spangled S Banner BannerThe BannerThe BannerThe <
The plan provides for popular p pular and nat uniform unlfonn natorm ¬
form f orm membership certificates certl s which wIL wILbo wiLbo wILo
bo h o Issued at such a ri nominal sum that It Itwill Itwill Itwill
hp will be possible for all people to partici participate participate particiate ¬
pate p ate In the movement movementTho movementThe movementThe
The names of subscribers are to be berecorded bencarded berecorded
recorded on the roll of honor and andpreserved andpresoned andreserved
preserved presoned p reserved In the archives of the asso association association assolation ¬
ciation ciationSEOTJLD ciationSHO e lationSHOULD
SHOULD SHO LD BUY BIT PENINSULA PENINSULA4mcrIcn PE1NSULAtmncrlca
j America Could CouldUse TJ e I Lower oivcr California Californiafor Cnllfornl1for CalifornIafor
for Strategic PurposeWere Purvo Purpose PurposesWere clf clfYere
Were Yere the United States ready to buy buynew buynov buynew
new territory probably it could at this thistime thiStime thisime
time t ime make no more valuable acquisition acquisitionthan acqulsltlonthan acquisitionItan
than t Itan the peninsula of Lower California Californiasays CaliforniaSft1S Californiaays
says s ays Colliers Weekly Aside from rom the thevalue theVlue thevtlue
value of the land Itself its possession possessionwould p01i5osslonwould possessionwould
would undoubtedly add much strength strengthto str nbth nbthto
to any an position whIch we might be forced forcedto forcedto forcedto
to assume in relation to International Internationalpolitics InternationalpOlitics Internationalpolitics
politics on the PacHW Padft and would do domuch domuch 10much
much to augment aUb 1ent our national muscles muscleswhich mU5ClesWhIch muscleswhich
which as the President has frequently frequentlypointed frequentlypoInted frequentlypointed
pointed out so clearly clearl must be ready readyfor readyfor
I for tho regulation and defense of the thePanama thei thePanama
i Panama Canal CanalA CanalA CanalA
A well protected coaling station some somewhere somewhere somewhere ¬
where within 1thtn striking distance nce of the thej thePaclftc thePacific
j Pacific mouth of the canal is a 8 necessity necessitywhteh necos necessitywhich lty ltywhich
which is recognized Moreover lIore or for forstrategic torstrategic rotstrategic
strategic purposes in case of war 111 that thatIssued thatl8 thatIssued
Issued l8 ued from Asiatic waters the Gulf of ofCalifornia orCalifornia ofCalifornia
California narrow 700 miles long and andpartly andpartly andpartly
partly fortined by > > 1 y batteries at Cape San SanLucas SanLucas SanLucas
Lucas and at advantageous points on onthe onthe onthe
the eastern side of the peninsula would wouldbe wouldbc wouldbe
be in its function as a harbor and as asbase a abase abase
base for supply supp and coaling depots depo in invaluable InIuable invaluable ¬
valuable Iuable to our forces orees on the Pacific PacificPuget PacificPuget PacificPuget
Puget Sound in the north is at present presentthe present presentthe presentthe
the most mo t available refuge for a L hard hardpressed bardpreaeed hardpressed
pressed squadron and is so far 81 away awayfrom awayfrom awayfrom
from the canal as to render dubious the thepossibility thepqM61b1Uty thepssIbiltty
possibility of assistance as t tance coming from fromAtlantic tromAUantle fromAtlantle
Atlantic waters The suggestion of pur purchase pureb purchase ¬
chase eb se is not new many years ago it was wasdiscussed wasdhleUMed wasdIscussed
discussed in Washington but the rise rSseot riseof I Iof
of Asiatic powers and the canal project projecthave roj t thave i ihave
have more than doubled the desirability desirabilityof deslrabUtt deslrabUttor
or the possession The purposes of Mr MrRoots 21rRoots
Roots visit 1 It to Mexico are not very well welldefined welldeSined welldefined
defined That his excursion was prompt prompted prompted promptod ¬
ed in part by h the administrations inter intereat Intere Intereat
eat e t in Lower California is not besond besondreasonable be beyojidreasonable d dreuonable
reasonable belief beJldTHE boikfTHE
k
THE THRIFTY CHINESE CHINESEOiva CHINESEOatt
Oiva 0 1l recent visit u to one me of the United UnitedStates tjnttaaStates UniteaStates
States fleet to Hong Kong one of o the thecoolies thecoolies thecoolies
coolies engaged in passing coal eo l was ac accidentally aeeteentall acekientally ¬
cidentally eteentall caught in tho machinery maehln and andhad andhad andbad
had his leg so badly crushed that It was wasdecided wasdeclded wasdudded
decided necessary to amputate It This Thiswas Thiswas Thiswas
was explained to the fellow tello and after aftermuch attarmuch aftermach
much persuasion uuIon he was Induced to sub submit submit gabmitt ¬
mit to the sleeping medicine and have havethe havetb6 havethe
the leg Ief taken off offHe 0 0He offHe < <
He recovered in remarkably quick time tinioand timoand timeand
and when able to leave the snip where wherebe where1M wherehe
be had been confined was given a a aLu hand haadul ¬
ful Lu ul of money the officers had collected collectedfor collectedror collectedfor
for titan amounting amouatha to about H gold goldIn goldIn goldIn
In lew than a a days tune the t e ship s tp was wasbeateged waslty wasbes4ego
beateged by an a army of Chinese CJalfte e all allefcunortaff aUetaIDor1Dc
efcunortaff dtiflOt1fl to have a a leg taken off a
management and Mile Gugiielmina Mar Marchi Marclii ar arehl
chi mezzo aoprano of extraordinary
beauty beautyThe beaulYTbe beautyThe
The operas which will be presented are arethe arethe arethe
the following followingMonday followingXODda followingMonday
Monday XODda night t December 31 as Henry Henryetts
nelrs etts first ftn t offering Ponchiellis PORCb ltts mas master master tanstar ¬
ter piece La 1 Qtoconda will be pre presented preHated pieseated ¬
Hated with ttli Mmee M Nordics MarcW MarcWCtaesaeaa 3tsrchIciaeesees tarchl tarchlCIa
CIa Ctaesaeaa and MM Constantino Blanch Blanchart Blanchart Blanchart
art De Segurola S On Tuesday Tue day night Jan Jannary JanUL7 Jannary
nary 14 Verdis Rigoletto will be given givenwith givenwith givenwith
with Mines Nielsen NteI eJt Claessens March MarchBramonia MarchiBraIDoWa MarehiBramoula
Bramonia and MM Dent Maurel and andRossi andROI andR
Rossi ROI R In the afternoon < Wednesday
Verdis VHdi popular opera II Trovatore Trovatorewith Tro8tore1t Trovatorewith
with 1t Mines iJIMS Noria Neil Claeasens CJae eos MM Con Constantino Constan Constantino ¬
stantino stan Uno Blanchart Boast Ro aI In the oven eventog ovenIDe ovenlug
tog Gounods Faust will be given In InFrench InFrench InFrench
French with MJ Mmes Ce Nielsen Bramonia BramoniaMarch JJramonlaMatehl BramoniaMrchI
March MX Maurel laurel Dani BUmchan BUmchanFriday BbncluinFrtda B1suChtFr1dal
Friday Frtda night Wagners rapers Lohengrin will willbe willhe willbe
be sung in German with itA Mmes mes Noria NoriaClaessens Norm NoriClaeaeu NormCleessens
Claessens Otitzka MM 11 dAubt dAubign Reset RossiDe ROMIDe ResetDo
De Segurola Se oI Saturday Sat rday matinee two twooperas twoopera twooperas
operas will be given Mascagnis Caval Cavalleria Caval1eria Cavelleds ¬
leria and Leoncavallos eoncaUo T 1 Pagliacd Pagliacdand PagJ PagJlid PagIcctand
and lid Saturday night for or farewell perform performance performaace performance ¬
ance Carmen will ill be given givenThe givenThe givenThe
The Holy City1 CI City b1 by y A R Gaul will be berendered berendered berendered
rendered at St Pauls English Lutheran LutheranChurch LutlteranChurch LutheranChurch
Church corner Eleventh and H streets streetsnorthwest streetsnorthwest streetsnorthwest
northwest this evening at 730 oclock oclockThe oclockThe oblockThe
The choir is as follows followsMn followsMis
Mn Theodora Tfaoraao Apjrfe IJIIIe sojnaao Mtas riac Steen FJe FJeenaIr
BcnAehoer enaIr cnntnHo < Mr w V Howard n ItoUeraxth ItoUeraxthtenor nau nau1eaOr Butterwcrthtur
tenor Mr Theodore Ttmuc Appfcs tIe FPie baas and di dinctor direcUt d dand
nctor and UM MM 1 Willtara Will Hamilton Ualll toR Bajijr Dwced eisanK eisanKacrftted erpnietsedeted
acrftted ced bar Mn tft In Herau HecaaaW Heusen AY V Sad Smith 3re Edw G
Wright and Mte Ml I Maine Iute Gftwon sopranos Mrs MrsGeorge Irs IrsG
G George F LJppttt Mrs rs W Howard BvUertrerth BvUertrerthaad DiItten1wtIaaIMl Bvttemctkand
and Mfes Bertha M L Mirth tb contraltos CllDtJaIt Mr Ir Frederick
SItters S 1en amid Mr Carl hrl B Apple taaors a1M a1Mn and Mr MrHecaua Mrilaa
Hecaua n W SBMth s th Mr Eojaad K Kodrkk l and andMr andt andir
Mr t ir Frederick Pre < < 1ck A Fletcher bum bumThe buHaThe bueosThe
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The programme last Thursday at the theReading theReading theReading
Reading Room for the Blind was given givenby ghcnby givenby
by Mrs Walter A Gawler soprano who whowill whoill whowill
will ill be remembered as Ethel Holtzclaw HoltzclawIt
It was a most delightful do btful one and con consisted conslated consicted ¬
slated of the following numbers numbersVldmunc numbersi numbersWidniua
i Widniua Widniuahark Vldmunc ldmuDf 1 Rrhmnann ScIiI IDau
liar hark Hark the Lark LarkWehin Scbotxrt
UY W Wehin WehinAria hiB iu T Schubert SchubertAria ScBabertAria
Aria from Philemon PJdl mon et Bauck BernieGomod auc > > Gounod
Three folteocsi folteocsia r ra
a The Sun Smiles Ja Beauty B BCsUtWetik hWdlll Wetak
b For Fo the SJ SUI of SomdbQd Somobed15eotch Somobed15eotchI Scotch Scotchc
I tel IC c Msypoto Mpoio1Go arpoIo Dane Eaguth
1Go Go to Steep Sleep1Mb Ffchcr
Lore LoT the tb 1oMHr l > ddII r < Gonaaa
T The Sbaogvsfceo 5 sM Maybe alhew
Au Piintemps l Irintuapschtte tcnvs Gounod DOd DOdCh3mmade
Qrt chtte tt Chamiaadfr
Marquise noes dinseg dense h L nahe
Mrs Bradley McDuffle gave a a 1 recital recital
In her studio on last Monday evening evonln evonlnDecember
December 16 presenting Miss Ethel John Johnson Johnson Johnson ¬
son soprano and Miss Helen Dodge Dodgeviolinist Dodgeviolinist
violinist 101lnlst The two young oung ladies are gifted giftedand giftedand giftedand
and gave a n very vcr pleasing rendition of oftheir oftheir
their several numbers numbersThe numbersThe numbersThe
The programme was as follows followsSONGS followsSO followshONGS
SONGS SONGSrrinUrap SO hONGSPrintemp GS GSlrintemp
rrinUrap PrintempMtarltee o Steep
Margarhes arartc 5 Three Bsaw Beaqeete BeaqeeteThe U Braosx
The Lffltes Clustered Fair and Tall TailDam D aa
Day D Dreams DreAI > Stretaoki
Uarmena l en4 Wilson 11JOI1
Mwry Mest Brown Thrash T ThrashlioeaUe nt Back
llosaHe De Keren KerenVIOLIN KetenYlOLIX KerenVIOLIN
VIOLIN NUMBERS 1mmBRSs 1mmBRSCanURa
Adoration AdorationFirst BonmsH
Ph First t Sowta s ScmtaGavstlsa Sefcibert =
CwaUw GavstlsaSerenade Raff
Serenade v Iiorae P
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Bolero oIa8 Boekia BoekiaMiss Ik BeekciMiss > ellm ellmMiss
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Miss Georgia E Miller gave a n pupils pupilsstudio pupUsstudio pupilsstudio
studio recital at 1329 1 l3 F street northwest northweston
on Saturday afternoon mst in which the thefollowing thefollowi thefollowing
following followi g programme was rendered renderedYi rendoredaoaI6c renderedrganakc
Yi rganakc oaafec Maseaet 3Iancnet311i
Mto 3111 Dirotby Lewis
Studies Nt 1os 2 7 aDd 16 1 15fla HoHer
Miss 115 fla Hilda Hd Kebr KebrBarcbetta XbrBarchett4 KelerBarchetta
Barcbetta Kevin
Tara fa faraatOIle4 r1atOUe tollex Uenee VeneeNJI8
1 Mte Bessie SJXUAu SneerAu Sneer SposrAn
Au Matte Godord G GoddIiscra cIcud cIcudIiIHra
Mhs IiIHra J jra Btocaman n nSbtdlas
Studies Noa Ii and K Heller
Mte MI Is L LucIte cHe Markham MarkhamKotnaace MarkhamRomaace 1arkJwnUomance
Kotnaace Schumann Scl1uma u u11nat
Chest ns Pasotts TKhcikowsSjr iOW5ky
Serenade Meszkowskl I8Zku ltl
Mia 1115 ll Bath tk Bbs J igh ighAir mghMr ghlli
Air de Ballet No 2 Chamlisade Zhamlnadeuces
Mfcs 1 1s Ethel Hunt HuntMarche flntMarche nt ntIuoche
Marche Iuoche mignon mJ mignonMba Poldlal Pold1nl11r
Mba 11r Kithartae Kat1 = tiM Mar Brooks BrooksMarthe Breaks3Iar f f3tathe
Marthe 3Iar he gretaKpte gct4uqeerakaMe Lfndiac UDd ag
Toapee PoIIJ vita rakaMe bate PoHtol PoJdlDjb
Mte Mk i Jessie j Sams SamsShadow S SmsShadow
Shadow b Ad w Dance DAnc DanceGrifleti MacDovroH 3IacD w H
UriUen Gril1eno 0 0 0 0 Schrnnnnn SchrnnnnnMiss
Miss Elisabeth E1L th Dtfandorf Ddandoft Dfandorfr
t 1iJff r
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Company 1331 G Sf Sfc Si l M N w FBeauiful wBeauifitl WBeauifwl
Beauiful Christmas Gifts GiftsFur GiftsFur GiftsFur
Fur Sets Opera Wraps WrapsDress WrapsDress l lDress
Dress Waists Silk Petticoats Petticoatsi PetticoatsTailored PetticoatsTailored
i a aTailored
Tailored Suits Evening Costumes Costumesi CostumesSeparate CostutnesSe1ClJrate
i
S Separate Skirts Russian Russi n Pony Coats GoatsUseful CoatsUseful
Useful Gifts Are the Vogue Voguerr VogueF
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you may select selectfrom sele se4etfrom t tfrom
from fromseventyftvo fromseenty110 fromseventyfive
seenty110ktnds seventyfivekinds seventyftvo seventyftvokinds
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