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News and Views of Interest to the Women Readers ot The Herald
?ciet Iai Vasmiai?toaj Mrs. Woodrow Wilson entertained ?j box party at the Leglnska recital yes-j terday afternoon, her guests being her mother, lira. William If. Boiling. Miss Bertha Boiling and Misa Anne Boll- . ing. Mise Benhai? and Mrs. Abadie, \ ot St. I-outs. The French Ambassador and Mme. j Ju-jeerand. tbe Chief Justice and Mrs. ? White, the ?Secretary of the Navy and | Mrs. Daniels, Cardinals Gibbons. Far-1 lev and O'Connell. tbe apoatolic dele- | gate. Archbishop Ronzano; the Mis?-*os j RUxe. the Misses Patten and Mr. , ? aliaban, the national head of the ? Knights of Columbus, all had boxes for the lecture yesterday afteri-won of ? Archbishop Hanna. of California. | given In tbe Belaaco Theater for the benefit of the free wool fund of tl>e ?""atholie women's war relief service. The archbishop bad choaen for his subject "Religion in the New Order." The Chief Justice introduced the speaker and was seated upon the aiage with .Senator Fhelan snd Or. Maurice Francis Kgan. The audience waa a most distin guished one. including a very large contingent from the diplomatic ?.?orp*?1 end the war missions. Mra. Newton D. Baker, wife of the Secretary of War. is In Cleveland, chiefly to attend the annual meeting of the Woman's Civic Club there, at which she has consented to sing. The Rt. Rev. Alfred Harding. Bishop of Washington, was among those attending the ceremony yester day afternoon in New Tork. when the degree of doctor of laws, honoris causa, was conferred upon the Mosti Rev. Cosmo Oordon Lang, D. D.,| Archbishop of York, by Columbia | Vniversity. Mrs. Peter Duncan Crerar. who Is ? vi-.itii.jc Mrs. Franklin K. Une. will I leave town or. Monday to return to j Hamilton. Ontario. ? anada. The British Ambassador and I-adyl Rewdtng; w>o have been tn Chicago ? f'*r avverai ?wym, where ? ? ni Read-1 lng on Thursday made a notable ad dress at the meeting of the Cham ??er of Coeaneerce of the i'nited States. are due bark in Washington today. Mr. and Mrs. Edward N. Hurley ? ttertatai at ?tinner in their honor this rvrning. Arthur Willett. who !ias been In Chicago for a short visit, returned to ? town today. Sir Henry Rabington ?Smith. a?*sist ant British high commissioner, who has recently returned from New York, has taken an apartment at !*39 Mas sachusetts avenue. Mrs. Myron Bertraan entertained at luncheon at the Willard yesterday In honor ot Mrs. James Lamport, whose liusbsnd, MaJ. Lampert of the Sixth Engineers, is in France. Her. addi tional guests were Mrs. Abbott and the Misses Abbott, Mrs. G. I.ukesh. Mrs. McCnai-h, Mrs. Hlchards. Mrs. ??armili. Mara. Conkllu. Mrs. Halloek. Mrs. Mirkil. Mrs. Heard. Mis. Uillea pie, the Misses Deny?. Miss Amy Brooks, Misa Casanova Miller and Miss Margaretta Tlllman. Mra. K. liman ia leaving Washing ton tomorrow, and after visiting her husband's family In Ohio, will tour Ih? Watt, and sail from 8an Fran cisco to visit Hawaii, Japan, China and India. The Misses Anna and Maude Rich ards entertained st luncheon at the Shorehara yesterday. Their guests In cluded Mrs. Harry Woodyard. Mrs. Davenport White. Mrs. Arthur H. rirrell. Mra Walter Wells, Miss Mary Temple. Mra Wilbur J. (.'air. Mi.? James A. Kmery. Mrs. William 1 lai I lee. Miss Katherine Overman, Mrs. Kdgar Newberry, Miss Virginia l.e Seure. Mrs. Allen Treadway, Mrs. Victor Keuffmann and Mrs. Timothy T. Ansberry. There win be a meeting of the Mt. Holyoke Alumnae Association this af ternoon at the residence of Mme. Stephan Panaretoff, wife of the Bul garian Minister. 1711 Connecticut svenue. All Holyoke alumnae are cordially invited. Miss Felicite Oglesby. of Klkhait. III., will arrive in town today to visit Congressman and Mrs. Medili McCor mick. She will be with ?hem about ?i week. Mr. and Mrs. McCormick will entertain Informally at dinner to morrow for their guest. Mrs. Stephen R. l'tkins will enter tain at dinner for Miss Collier and Captain Scott tonight. Mrs. James McDonald entertained at dinner last night In honor of Miss Collier and Capt. Scott, taking her guests later to ihe theater, where the party occupied several boxes. Mrs. Talmage expects to? turn her apartment in the Altamont over to Captain Scott and his bride on their p turn from their wedding trip, and herself go to New York, where she will remain for some weeks. Mrs. John *Undsey McCutcbeon, of New York; Mrs. T. O. McCutcheon, Capt. Fred McCutcheon, U. ?. ?. ?., and Mr. and Mra. William Boyd, of Pittsburgh, will arrive In tow-? to morrow or Sunday to be guests of Mra. T. DeWitt Talmage until after the marriage of her daughter. Misa Rebecca Collier, and Capt. Pitt Scott, l*. 8. N., on Monday. Other guests from New York. Pittsburgh and Phil adelphia, will soon come to Waahlne ton for the wedding. The marriage ot Miss Dorothy An derson, daughter of Medical Director Frank Anderson. U. ?. ?., and Mrs. Anderson, to Capt. Philip Barlow Hodge. V. 8. ?. ?., will take place this afternoon at the country home of Dr. and Mrs. Anderson?Wardour-on the-Severn. Mrs. George Howard, Mrs. Wood bury Blair, Mra Quy Norman. Miss Helen Cannon, and Mr. Ward arc among those who have taken tables for the auction bride? tournament to be held at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Kdson Bradley, 132S Connecti cut avenue, on the evenlne of Friday. April It. at ? o'clock, for the benefit of the Red Croas Helpers' Auxiliary, 1754 M street. Many men and women brid?e players prominent in Wash ington society will take part tn this tournament, which will be under the leadership of Milton Work, the well known brid?e player, who hss so suc cessfully conducted many tourna ments throughout the country this season for the benefit of war relief work. The committee In charge ot the ar rangements includes Mra George Howard, Mrs. Horace Westcott. and Mrs. A. Garrison McCllntock. Mrs. Mark Hannii has cards out for ? dinner on April Mth. Mr. and Mrs. John E. Larconibe, Jr.. aie spending the week-end In Rich mond, as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Blair ?. Strtngfellow. The fifth Liberty dance will be held tonight at the Dewey Hotel, 1330 L street, and promises to bo a very suc ?essful and enjoyable affair. The patronesses are Mrs. William K. Carr, Mrs. George H. Shlbley, ?1rs. Tyumen E. Morgan, Mrs. George A. Lewis, and Miss Margaret Cannon. Mrs. Elva May Butler la hostess. Miss Alye Downlne, president of the Junior League, will receive the quests at the "carry on ' ball to be given at the Willard thla evening by the league. She will be assisted by Miss Catherine Harlow, vice pres ident and chairman of the ball com mittee, and Miss Ruth Tenner, sec retary of the league. Mrs. Ord Preston. Mrs. Walter Tuckerman. Mrs. J. Esrcy Johnson. Miss Murrsy Ledyard and Mrs. John W. Davidge have been added to the list of patronesses for the ball. Mrs. Hunter Wilson haa called a meeting of the dancing committee of young girls who have In charge the dance which la to follow the Clark concert for the fatherless children of France, next Thursday night, lo meet with her at the Willard at 4 o'clock this afternoon. 8he asks that Meat is as Necessary as Steel and Ships Food is the first essential of the fight ing forces. The America? f armer and the packer have met every war emergency, and have promptly furnished an adequate supply of wholesome meat No other industry can claim a better record of war time efficiency. Swift & Company has shipped to the United States Government and the Allied Nations, Orer 12,000,000 Pounds (400 carloads) per week, of beef, pork, and lard, since January 1,1918. In one week recently we shipped 24,000,000 Pounds (800 carloads), and the demand is increasing. Our profits are limited by the Food Adminis tration to 9 per cent on investment in the meat departments. (This means about 2 cents on each dollar of sales.) No profit is'guaranteed. We are co-operating with the Government to the best of our ability. Swift St Company 1918 Year Book, containing many interesting and instructive facts, sent on request. Address, Swift & Com piny, Union Sttxrk Yards, Chicago, Illinois Swift & Company U.S. A. ?<k YES, IN? I.EP. ONE MUST WEAR A SASH 4 ?? BETTI! BROWN. Time was when thuL moat feminine ot trills and fripperies, the sash. Knew Its place and remained discreetly lash ed about the female form divine at a proper waistline and with tha gowns to whose fluffs it was accustomed. But now! Well, look at the cold creature!?flaunting itself on a street suit, that last word of trim utllty. any who have not receive- notice accept this a? such. Miss Gladys Kaime, daughter of j Mrs. David F. Kalme, will entertain twenty guests at a luncheon at Washington Hotel tomorrow, in honor of her guest. Miss Klizabetti Ken nard. of St. Louis, and Miss Vesta Reed, also of 81 Lioula. who will arrive today to Melt Miss Kalme. Mr. and Mrs. E. Preble Motley, of Cambridge, Mas?., are receiving con gratulations on the recent birth of a daughter. Mrs. Motley wa? Mise Dorottya Fremont Smith, ot Wash ington, and ia the daughter ot Dr. and Mrs. Frank Fremont Smith. Mrs. Alexander Biddle, who has been visiting her sister-in-law. Mrs. A. J Drezel Paul, in Philadelphia, ha.? - lurned to Washington, where she 1ms spent the greater part of the winter and spring in order to be mar her husband, Lieut. Biddle, who is stationed at Camp Meade, Md. Princesa Ghlka. of Paris, who has been spending the winter with her sister. Mme. Zaldiv?r. wife of the Minister from Salvador, has been In New York for a few days, but is expcited back at the legation today. Corp. Louvet, of the French army. will si*>ak on hi? personal expert isi at the battles of the .Marne and Verdun this evening at the home of Mrs. Nanette B. Paul, 2?07 Co lumbia road. Mis. Charles W. Short. Jr.. of 19f? I sti?et, has returned to town, after spending some time at the Hotel St. Charles. Atlantic City. The Society of Mayflower Descend ant? in the District of Columbia has Is.ued cards for an evening at the Wa.? liington Club. 1701 ? street. Tue-day, April 16. at 8 o'clock. W. K. ??afford will give an illustrated lecture on the "Rverglades of Florida." Mrs. Melville Lindsay will ling. The dance last night in the ball room at 2400 Sixteenth street was th? lust of a series to be given for the benefit of the permanent fund for the reconstruction of the war cripple. The arrangements have been in charge of a committee of Which Maj. Thomae Madder Foley la the chairman. Maj. and Mrs. Thomas Madden Foley entertained at dinner last night for Lieut. Col. and Mrs. Ell iott Brackett. Their other guests were Capt. and Mrs. Honcar, Mrs. Charles Rae, Col. Trnbble. Mrs. Le roy Delanoy and Capt. Horace Mor rison. They took their guest? later to the dance for the benertt of the fund for the reconstruction of war cripples. A card party will be given on Wednesday afternoon. April 17, at 3 o'clock at the Wyoming, for the free wool fund of the cavalry branch of the army emergency com mittee. All interested in the work of the organisation ?re invited to be present, and tables may lie re served through Sirs. Charlea Car roll Walcutt, 1889 Wyoming ave nue, phone ?. 7305, or from mem bers of the committee. Mrs. T. Q. Donaldson is chairman of the com mittee, and those assisting her are Mrs. John Pitcher, Mrs. Waller C. Babcoek, Mrs. Howard ?. Hickok, Mrs. .1. T. Crabbs and Mrs. A. E. Murphy. The performance of "The Fall of the Kaiser" which wan to have been given at the Belasco on April .3 ha? ot necessity been postponed, since quite an important aection of the cast has suddenly received or ders. The play was to be acted al most entirely by soldiers from a nearby cantonment. The date will be announced later. The perform ance is to be for the benefit of the series of American hospitals that are being established in France. The Washington Golf and Country Club will hold one of Its regular April dances tonight. The next will be on April 17. ? discussion luncheon will be given hy the Equal Suffrage Franchise I. : Je at the National American \ .man's Suffrage Association, 16J ? i .ode Island avenue. Saturday, April :.:. at l.:30 o'clock. The speakers will ii -Mr?. Florence Kelley, general sec retary of the National Consumers' ? League: Miss Josephine Goldmark, j of the legal defense committee of tbe National 4.o*_*,||*_er_? league, aad w A sash?yea?tire of '??ra. At the left it indicates a few shreds of modesty by remaining tied about the waist under the loos? coat, only venturing out at the back, but on the second costume It fairly pushes -he Eton Jacket Itself out of the picture and knots Itself In bold bows and ostentatious fringes In the very front. Tbey do say that In Paria sashes nave fallen so low as to confine a gown'? ? fullness Just below the knees. I Mrs. Jessie Haver, secretary of the District of Columbia consumers' League. I Mrs. Edward Coatlgan will be toast ? mistress, being Introduced by Mrs. ? Louts Brownlow. chairman of the 1 Equal Franchise League. As the seating capacity la limited for the luncheon, applicants will I'lease make their reservations at an early ?late, by applying to Mrs. George | W. Kastment, 2*21 Ordway street, Cleveland Park. The Bachelors will hold their seventh dance thla season tonight at '?17 R ?treet northwest. The following committee will be in chare* of ar rangements: Messrs. William J. Mon GUATEMALA THANKS SEISMIC OBSERVER Minister Write? of Government't Appreciation to Rev. Tondorf. The Jtev. Francis Tondorf. ?. J., director of the seismic observatory at Georgetown University, has re ceived a letter of thanks from the Minister of Guatemala, for advices in relation to recent earthquakes in that country. Upon a recent In quiry from the minister. Father Tondorf replied that there was no Immediate Hanger of a return of the disturbances. To this assurance tke minister of Guatemala. Joaquin Mindex, replied, aa follows: "T have received the memorandum which you were kind enough to ?end me at mv request, referring to the earthquake at Guatemala. "Your memorandum will be much appreciated by my government, to which a copy and translation haa been sent, and I am sure it will be muoh cheered by what you say re ferring to Immediate future move ments of the earth." ran, J. Whit Haramett, William C. Hamraett, Edward C. Ardeeser, Jack Lewis. Hoy D. Schlegel, J. Psul Ar deeser, T. Cogan Hamms?. Rotile H. Moore. A. H. Laid and W. Earle G rovermann. Misa Louise Thoron haa recalled the invitations for a breskfsst which she waa to have given on Banda y for her brother, Benjamin Thoron, who will arrive today from Harvard Univer sity to spend a week with hla mother, Mrs. Henry Leonard. Th* fifth liberty dance wa* giren last night in the Dewey Hotel. I? I? street northwest. The patronesses were Mrs. William K. Carr. Mra George H. Shlbley, Mra Lu ma ? E. Morgan, Mrs. George A. Lewis and ?li?? Margaret Cannon. Mr*. Elva lay Butler was hostess. A Red Cross dance and card party benet will be given at 2400 Sixteenth street this evening st t o'clock Ticket arrangement? are in charge ot Mrs. E. O. Merchaat. A cordial Invi tation Is extended to the public. LEGINSKA DELIGHTS IN PIANO RECITAL Famous Artist Appear? Before Se lect Audience at National. Mme I-eeinsks, pianist, gave one of the most enjoyable recitals beard in Washington this season at the Na tional Theater yesterday afternoon, before an audience that atoned la Its appreciation for what It lacked in else. Mra Wilson and a party of guests oc cupied a box. The auditorium was little more than half-filled, the small attendance undoubtedly being due to the weather, aa Leginaka has tilled the house on her previous appearancea in Waahlngton. Th* opening number was Schu mann's Sonata In G minor Op. 22, which was effectively climaxed In the fourth movement. The applause which greeted the Sonata marked a turning point in Le ? I ? ska's work and from that time her skill found more and more egpresslon. She repeated the familiar fourth movement as an encore and then gave Godowsky's Angelus with a touch so exquisitely delicate that ber hearers were charmed. Her execution of the next number. Chopin's Etude In C minor Op. 10 mar beat be described by the overworked word "wonderful*? for at times she accomplished the seemingly impossi ble. She again responded to an en core. After Chopin's Berceuse and Etude In A minor. Op. 2j, Leginsks played the same composer's 8onsta in ? flat minor Op. X and attained a pinnacle of expression seldom heard In the rendition of this masterpiece. The final number. Lisxfs Rigoletto Paraphrase was given so effectively that Leglnska was recalled for two encores and the audience noted with pleasure the note at the bottom of the program: "Leginaka will be one of the attractions of next season's Ten Star Series." G. W.U. STUDENTS WILL BUY BONDS Every Member of University to Con tribute for $2.000 Purchase. George Waahingon 1 niveraity elu dente are going to buy a $1.000 liberty bond. An effort trill be made to hav? every student at the university con tribute II toward be purchase of the bond. As there ar? approxi mately 2.300 studente registered In tbe nine departments, the raising of the $2.000 seen? assured in ad Both tb,? Interest and the principal will be dovoted tu ntudent activi ties at tlie univeeeity, the funds tn be expended from time to time as the student council sees flt. Elmer Keyser. graduate manager of stu dent activities, will serve ss treas urer of the fund. Tbe committee fn charge of the bond drive Is composed of t he fol - lowing: Columbian r?llese, M.t? Jo sephine Jonas; Law School. Miss Mo ran; Engineering College. Mis? Mar garet Metaerott. TVntal college. Miss McCaffrey; Teachers College. Mise Prentiss; and Medical School. Mr. Da sey. The Hatchet, ?fekly student pub lication, has assu'd the following ap peal in coime? tion with the drive: "Let this, the first public dona tion from and for the university, be made In memory of tho?? men from George Washington who have already given their lives to the serr lee of their country '* ~.G. ? . ??? ?awiie^?i CONVENTION BOWS TO SINCERITY. Why should a woman be kept "unspotted from the world!" She might as well be a dolly in a glass C4UM. I like a woman wbo can show a few sears. And who can say "I received that mark?for val or. It la a kind of Victoria Croe?, which show? that I met temptation and overcome the enemy." Mother Trent la absolutely one of those women who has been kept un spotted from the world. She has no worldly experience?, no mind awakening, no necessity, or at least ehe has always decided she had no necessity for eelf-sacriflce, and It has made her the most selfish, dis agreeable woman that I have ever known. Perhaps I ^ have said too much about her, little book, but she and her kind exasperate me ?o that 1 must "get it out of my system" as Dick would say. Her very attitude on the flow?? that have been sent to her the last few days makes me so disgusted I can hardly talk to her, and I sincerely wish she would go out of my life, and that In some way I would never have to talk to her again. After she had found that many of the flowers had been sent over to Dick's and my house to be placed on Mr. Trent's casket she imme diately asked who had sent them, and she named over this or that person, making very caustic com ments, it a wreath or box of flowers had not been sent by them. To tell you the truth, little book, I do not dare to describe the aw ful "Gates Ajar" with the pillow of Immortelles, before It, that had lieen sent by the old employes of Mr. Trent. Personally. I thought it one of the ttMt beautiful tributes that had ?ma to us, for Mr. Trent had been -etired from business for many years, and this memento came from the old men who had son? to work In the shop? about the time he had taken hold ot tfe? einagement ot the business. I wish, however, you could have witnessed the nervous paroxysm? of Mother Trent when she paw it. The rage of the widow of t,ha re tired contractor, who began life aa an excavator, waa nothing In com parison with her?. You remember! the foolish little atory of Tim. who I after reaching riches, died and left a widow who was an i c nor tant an he had been and who, upon gazing at the flowers that had been sent to mark hin pastina, came upon an anchor that ?orne one had placed near the coffin of her husband and asked In dangerous tone?. "What I want to know it. who sent that pick?" Mrs. Trent, being more polished, insisted "that horrible atrocity should be thrown on the aah heap," It was right here that Dirk took a hand. "Mother," he said. "I have often been annoyed with you, but 1 do not think I was ever as ashamed of you as now. "I know that of all tha flowers, sent through the friendship that some have had for a good man. none have carried with them the real grief and love that does this tribute. "One of Mr. Trent's old employes met me on the street today.. And if when I go out, someone speaka of me with the same gratitude, the same friendship and the aame sor row, that thia man spoke of your husband. I shall feel that I have not lived in vain." "That's all right. Richard," sob bed bis mother, "but you would not spoil aU the beautiful appropriat nesa of these lovely flowers by that atrocious thing, would you? I tell you I can't have it there. And you have placed it in the most con spicuous place, too. If we must have it, put it down out of sight under the casket." Poor Dick, I could almost read his thoughts, aa he aald decisively 'That floral piece stays right where It is." To W* Continued. _, New York-WASHINGTON-Piris Spring Suits for .Boys of School Age School boy? have idea, of their own a* to their dothe?. and we make it a point to cater to then just a* carefully tu we do to their elder?,. Clothe? for school and evtcry-day wear must be built of the proper fabric? and they mutt be taBored by ?pe cialijt? to give then greatest wear-resisting qualftte?. We pr?tent aa ?nu?aJry well-selected asaortr-aeat of new reodek new t-olonngs and weaves of hettetJJmtt-oirmmtty fabric?. Buih by experts in hoys' clothe?, in shop? whet? strictest sanitary and lijgiet.ii. regulation? prevail. $12.50, $13.50, $15.00 ?and $18.00 A Very Attrtetm Showkf of Bey?' ScWbI it I1..M Etch. BOYS* RAINCOATS in ?*_ brawl variety of woolen ?nd rab berized fabric?, $5.00 to $15.00 SMALL BOYS' TOPCOATS AND REEFERS: Smart mflrt-try model? as well as the plain model?, in serge*, cheviots, covert? and tweeds. Well-tailored garment?, attractive in appearance. Sir.es 2'/_ to 12 years, $5.00 to $12.50 Advance Summer Fashions fior the Boys of All Ages A very early showing of Boys* Wearables that he *?*fll t-re-sd later, but which it is advisable to -walect now rather than tieier until later in the season. PALM BEACH AND COOL BXTHIKG SUIT?. CLOTH SUITS. SUMMER SHIRTS AND W KHAKI, BLUE LINEN & BLOUSES. WHITE LINEN SUITS. SUMMER PAJAMAS. NATURAL CRASH SUITS. SUMMER ROMPERS FOR SEPARATE TROUSERS OF SMALL BOYS LINENS AND CRASH. TtERRY BATH ROBE6. Fourth floor, G Aren. Tha CUtirc--'? Barber Shop, adjakimg tbe Boy*' See? ?, ? -bacaaghly eqtaipped for high-grade aervice. Expert ? btr-rben; ___J? ir-aplrtniati ; sanitary, reined environ? ?The star? indine, bot fi* not compel.* HOROSCOPE. Saturday. Arsii 1*. 1?1?> This la a doubtful day, according to astrologers, who ftnd that Jupiter's kindiy Influence la offset by the evil power of Uranus. It would seem that during this con figuration danger from bombs snd explosives increases. Kires also are indicated. Jupiter gives encouragement to ooco merce and Industry which will bene fit more than agriculture In the next few weeks. There Is a sign forecasting discon tent and anxiety for farmers and stock raisers, who may meet grave problem? before the end of the season. Financien have a good direction Success with the new Liberty Loan Is foretold. Uranus haa sway that Is believed to distort the mental view causing un as t criticism of public men, foment ing Internal disorders In warring coun tries and bringing about strikes of momentous resulta. Ceremonies or parades are prognos ticated for many American cities. New Tork and San Francisco will be scenes of historic processions. Midsummer will bring benefits to theaters snd to those who manage them. If astrology Is trustworthy, the sum mer will be a period of terrible fer ment In all tbe nations of the world and Ireland will furnish sensations. Treachery on the paart of a foreign power with which the United States has been friendly Is prophesied. Border difficulties again are fore shadowed and these trav Involve either Canada or Mexico. Hot weather with little rala Is prob Only those who have themselves suffered with eczema or similar itching, burning skin-trouble can appreciate, the relief that the first touch of Resinol Ointment usually bring?. The suffer ing stops at once, the skin be-comes cool and comfortable, and the tremble soon disappears. From the very first you can feel that it is going to get well ! Resiaol Ointment costala? aofhiiia; thai cfausd imtau that iradwot ??*>. Fer s?Js ,br fc eVtaj tuta Far Sassi ins, s????? Istpl J-S, Rsssiacl. skWssen. Urn. ?able for the Eaat and Middle Wet: dunna; the coming summer. Persone whose birthdste it Is ehouM not quarrel or make changes in th? coming year. They should guard espe cially against reversals. Children born on this day may b? erratic and changeable. 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