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THE (REPUBLIC: SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 11. 1000.
WAS THIS PHOTOGRAPH ACHIEVED BY THOUGHT WAVES?
An Astonishing Discovery Reported by a Wnshingtonian With :i Camera
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Is Julius I inr. - aid hj Ilvvs .it No 1'uT
J"5fth s'-c t " j. oiH.'
Jmrir cii'-.t to liap p'aoticvl'y c'oti
cnstra'p -it lie can Oo what lw Wainis.
anfl ho !: i -' i a.) wit rssfs llr "lii.ii.m
Clean of Mo f.I Seierih etnet a-d Mra
3Jredprlcl;, wn Li n. r.tlKor of Mrs Glonn.
As silent tst1ir.onj lie Fubmlts a plioto
Krnph plae it wticli aro s'lovm ths faors
vt ?.Irs G' "i. wlio v.-an I'oinjr tl ro-ln(f
and tho tl 1: h.ig at tlia lime tho iIate mii
niado, olid of Mri. Frederick. vbo ira-i ct
tlie time -Iis'rg Zlr. Olfin'n door btil. a
rollo nm from Uio place v. hero tho plate
Tva9 nude Cair.-rr c'alznx, ncd so doos Xra.
Glnn. th-t O" re ivas rortjlnij "cut and
ilrled" cbout tl.o taking cf the photograph;
that Mrs. Glenn elmply toot a seat Itforo
tho camra ard hcjran to thick. The thins
ehe thought of 'was that sbo had an en
cacemcnt tu hting M's I'rederick to the
nhotocraph raKery. at.d t!-at ho had not
waited for 1 r Mrs. I'rederioL fijs tint
et the ramo time riio was ringing Sir.
Glenn's doorbell, and wa3 thinking -ery
vlcorously that Mr?. Glum Fbould hae
waited for Lcr She thcught ct Mrs G)nn
B,t t!i photographer's.
And !t Is alo. t; tills liro of reasonJne that
the parties to tf.is occurrcrco rach the d
drion that th t!lOU:' of lire, rredcrick
were coramunlcatcd to Mrs. Glenn, ai.d that
thus the camera camo to rf-cil-e upon Us
Plate tho f a'jres of Mrs FredTliJt
It Is a queer theory, liut every theory
that has c r pro .n a scientifir one has,
at one staq?e or unothor o" Its devplupmf nt
Sirs. Gl. nn thu3 splaln3 the pfcotosraph
the nftrir.in tt ''.mlwr ;i last I
e .t t.i M- 1 i inr. r's studio. ly prelous
-" , in- t ! ' I ' 1 -in -e .i ! K
ni In an i-r!niiit i t th. jwtviMI T
j libtugraphlm; tii n. r t Ir. one's
i oughts I had trad an entric mnt to
t d: Mrs. rrlerlcl; with tne, but h was a
litt late, and 1 dM not v.alt When I
rrt hi the htuJIo Mr lZmnner ias read
mo almost lmmdlitel plard the camera
In 3JitIon. 1 it d.iwn tirrre It ani Mr
l-rr:.ner adji t-d the lntrumen Then !.
rl,i-e4 the i late, toll tne to renter my
ihoulUs upun som t rson. and "It still
"Ju-t at tliut ranm-nt ihire iopped Into
nn mn:d the thought thit poilil- I should
I ue waited a few miment.s for Mr? l"re.l.
kk. a-s she hJd aid that Mi wa.s irj-
m;uus to tome wltli me. and that she felt
fiat 9he should hae her picture taken that
iTai I wondertd i.ere she was. and at that
u ant I teemed to see her at my front
Vcr. ringing the door 111, and, with an
rcion uf proocatlon upon her face.
'I ne Impression that came to my mind was
.ry livid, and just at that moment ther
ne the round of a clltk In the camera,
m. ?dr Emnner told me 'that -nlll do."
' had a natural curio-dtj ns to how the
' -tiie; would result and 1 Jb determined
t 'ave no room In my mind for any pos-
mUc do-JDt as to the entire honesty of tne
p erlment. I am something of an amateur
lUtographer tnjtlf, so I tK.k th plate
fruji the camera and carried It Into the
darkroom. Mr. Kmnner did no: touch It I
not only carried It Into the d irkroom. hut
1 de eloped It. Then wo held the t.i;atle
up to the light, and we saw tint along
w.th my picture thtro was a photosraph of
Mr?. Frederick. And on her face was that
same txprtsion of iirovocitlon that had
tjrio so Midl to my mind while I was
Fitting In the chair Tp t this time Mr
Kirmtr had nut had tho plate In his hand.
tut at this ho Lecarce excited, and took
the plate from me. Neither of us could well
rtalize the thins that wo saw l foro us
Mr3. Frederick's picture occupied an in
verted position to my own, and it was Just
oer my ripht rhoulder. The frunt door, the
bell ror any of the Mirroundimis were
rhwn in the picture onU h-r face, that
ircto?ed ixprcs-don. and tho drefS that I
lmufilnid she had on.
'Now l.fo comes another Iriterrstlng
pait of the tory. and one of the truth
fulness of whiih I .ae not the slightest
doubt. Mrs. 1'redtrkk told me alioiit it.
before I had told her anj thins corternlng
the picture. Fho told me that at the exu-t
moment that the Iinpreion of herself came
to my mind she ns at tile front door, and
nurinfr tho tell. Just as I had f. en ! r
1j. and thinking crj fortlhly of mv early
iJeparture. fc' e Fas she folt prook.d at
m haste, and said 'tut. v hen she was con-
virceu mat i was noi iiiero. sue Knew gjfffll
wlere I was. and pictured me to herMjf
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A ' ",' - We'"S
iS SZ-rivt- w! -as- ..-?&:$. t'S.o-Tt sJsftti2&'&tt)t.c'.r,.iS I
I 4 V f"-i ' r-f-' f, t :viC -' . - -' vs .iTVirHifl;-''1
x L-nt;, nas ino ruung lvionumem. . & . . . i-
h d en
het-n no r
that I w r
plfr I rir ti
I n .' ti
cf r' i 1 t
f. r w.'
(f Mr r l"r! k to the I1
tof ! I w is t ikn on I am ite of It
-a'.-' I iW that the plate is jxrf
t"i i i w't r. ': was -rut ln the camera,
t :'i j " tn elf from th trine that
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t! ir' '-
Jlr 1 'i
pi " r t i
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s i iken until the a(ftle v. -The
sain- wa-tilnK that broarl t
f res on the plate broUBht i'i.
'i. res of lira Frederick "
i r t lis the Mame iitory In re
. m iterlal eeurrn" f t!
-pi at w liat Mrs .. m h
- hnt une toM htm ai to '
she was lfor the eamn
- e i lalnn his theory as to tl.
'f thought thill
rrtimn:ed In this thing f .r
ii and h" bt mied j.h -t -
astlttlns in front of the. aim-ra. VW know THOMAS P.. TARHRR Whn nnr-Pmwl !?l f ni , ic n t tbo Hct t" M io ti
thit this happet.ed at the xjll'. moment o. I . .. .. " "
l-hu, nas ino ruung lvionumem. . .
prapl s l' .1 iiTm thit thnKiit-tranf-1
m i - a a whitlt cannot b der.iei i
1 n i 'I "-i hei s both male and Xtni!i.
ar !. j 1 1' 'r s thtm sometimes In hpnut v.
cor Ittienx. h ie h.td appear upon the rial
pictures of the lhlnc who ere fr aw-
or tin re jl tnits which hal b"n conjared
up ! the br-in
"'".Vhile pome a; the most (inlnent ln?llh
men of science are at work on th, tiroblem,
I liae my own theory, which is that thw
conductor of tel.pathle force u the temi
nos ether which exits thrtxignotit a!!
known pae aid I airr with Mr Henry
i:ane. of this city, that mind or thoughts
--t up an atomic dlntiirhaiic In !h brain.
if! th.se ar- c rri-d throuKh sp ice to a
rerelvlns medium by an peii.il atflnlty
unknown and unpkInub!o.
"1'nlike the li-u .r 5unil wnvey which
radiate U illy in all iireetion. tut sruw
eikr in int.n-ity as thev .ue turther
from the in.lt t ..f Kreratlon lh r. lepathl
ras appear to k dirett ti. one object Ilk'
the bull-t frum a nun How far tis s. l
ence may b d loped I cannot et Mte,
but It Is n"t Improbable that In time It
m ly be possible bv thought-transferrru e to
tako -i pn ture of a peron at a distance
as ci!!v as we row h-ar his voice over
a 'j-h 'ne. The imn of though: are Jttst
ns n .1 as thf was of s.'ind or ligiit. only
; im as rt In tb Ir fancy of this science
aril know not : p.Uiii:tles. which W3 in
a few Mar be evtry-day events"
Mr. Kinniir claims th.t he )u taken
other plctur.s tint hue shown mo- sati.
factorv results than did that of Jlr. Glenn,
lie sas that on one occasion lie took a
picture of a w. man who had tlx.d her mind
upon thoughts or Mahomet, and nj. think
ing of him a sh.- linaplnd him. Wh-n the
plate was deelopd it showed the photu
grapli of Mahomet not one that w is in
accordance 'with the pictures that ha b-n
painted of that propht. but one that t!"
F'ttcr sild was an e it reptodu. tlon .if
his feitures and app-aran. e as she hr.d
ment?ll ph tuned t'.'iii Th 11 ihnmt pie
ture, us In the ca-e of Mrs Frederick's
rlx" i jiLii" V
tl J t Vt. w ejr C I
picture, appea-ed oer th rlclit shcaldep
of tlw sitter. Mr. Kmnner does not at
tempt to explain this f'attfe. unless by the
hrpfethesb thnt the sitter think of the per
son whose mental picture; Is being slewed
as being en her light side.
Mr. Kmnner intends to iontlnu. hl3 ex
pcrbnents by testing jlaures In every
cor. lit ion to whl'i he can jilaco subjects.
ar.I h .t"s to d.stover the laws of thought
tr-msf. rrerice, as we.l as a perfect means
if .oniniunUr'inir with .i'ient Hilne; rcr
i i- li means f plot gr'pl.v.
l.o(. r Theodcre luti".in of Wafhlns
t. n al shows a pht.irrth of himself
v!a' ' (laims was fnk. n h.n ho wa
pi Buffalo, the portrait an rim: on a
I late to which hl- daughter was sitting la
In a reteot paper V T Stead, the em
inent p3 choloalst of Iajndon. thus relates
similar phenomena la Knaland: "Person
ally I laie onlv wh-ti two fapparitlora of
lh" liin- but In fach of thee cases there
is r ' ult of the fact that the body ti
which it beltngi- a at t at moment a
mile distant In one cae and six miles In
the oth r. I nate al"o twice succeeded in
obtaining pliotouraplis of the double, the
second self ap-arlTig standing a llttlo be
hind the rtal person "
Mr. Kmnnt r re ntlv obtained consider
able notorle'y through the In. entlou of a
machine whhh he c' im-d would record
th' isrht". a.s a phnograt cj Under records
rech. and transmit th.m to otlier per
s n. He Is ill worklrg en this machine',
and his so l-nr.r--.-d others with its prom-1-e
:h-t th" jl k1v.ii h'ni linanclal
wniTTtv r"i: Tin: srviixv r.r.pfpT.i.'
N'.,.'! fifiy-ine t irs a,u a man ol
un anh Mcntii.d his life to Mop a lire
Unit thr.aten.il to destroy St l.tiis Th
monument to the memorj of this hero Is
jj an allev th.it runs frnm Market street to
Wain' tr.t This alpv Is called Ttr-
gic s'-s-t on the maps and In the i'lty
Thoiii.is U Tiirgee wus an. auctioneer,
and h had a place of business onthew.t
slie of Main street, between line street
and olive trt't Ho was a member of
th olunt.er Fire IVpartment that was
in .xh-tcr'. some scores of jears ago,
and wa.s a valiant lire llshter
On the night of Mav 17. 1SIJ. ther. m -curred
the gr- i:.t Ur tha' St Louis has
v.r km nn This tire was stopped b
th blow lug up .if a buMiIm; buikltnr
Tarsio r..ib th- man who 'performed this
f.a UN bodv vias hattere. It. to sin Ii
nn ill pli'f.s tint n ne of It, Mive a hand,
whl h wa fcund on the roof of a house
two bio ks -aouih, was ver recc.ver.si
Th. lire started on tho river front, on
thJ ste uncr White Cloud. It spread to
oth. r st.amers. and then I3p.-d uros
the tnmiv iiet of whaif to a row of tvv. -Ftory
brick and itoiic buildings that lined
the I.ev.o front At the time the
White ''I ud burned, she was llng at the
' foct of li it was known as Clierr) fctret.
o' ? - o.ld
rket res t.
. iipl.nl us a
It was tl 's
1 to tletro.
Mrs. Lyman T. Hay of Hot Springs, Ark.
SPKINO STREKT (JOWXS.
Princcse Kffects and Holfro .Tnck
els Arc lost in Eviiliit.
The prlncesRe effect has. ns was expect
ed prov 1 rnihe- a dltluult fl'hlon for
roost wmmn t. follow. However, it in still
fashlornl.Ie srd when well carried out is
uxtremclv eT.itlve ore of th latest
Taris id. as Is to lno the klrt corn. d up
above Hie naist-line und th n dripej
across thus (.ivlig wniewlit of tho liin-cest-0
look, and et without . actly tho
same .ffci-t It is r-ill an acl.ptation if
a fnFhlon that was 1. ! wed bv . i. w .mart
reo;lo la-r sum .- Mr Oliver lUrri
man s bia. k trpe do 'h!ne gown, with the
thort lxIcr m r the jrlmcss . was tho
Jlret of thce etiwrs seen In this countrj
nnd the fa 'ion until now has proved too
difficult to become common. When tho skirt
1 draped cnv tlio waist it mu-t not bo
Itrapc4 more than two Inches above tho
b.It, othe-wlse n will interfere with the
lilts cf the bu-t and uttcrlv destroy tho
b.st llguro ev.r een. sa Hnrpcr't. Hazar
Jowns of silk nnd cloth combined will
sialn be wrr, and a mart Instance of
tl Is Is s. pct I,, i,(i y qualltv of black ellk.
'r.ie sktit Ins a lurg ovrkIrt with a double
be rleat in the bick. and is trimmed
arounl wph sipiaro blocks of black cloth,
w iile showing iii t below the oversklrt is
a tlounre of the eilk aim trimmed with the
cloth. The latket is In 1'ton Jacket sh ipe,
w th pointed lront, and has a deep joke
In the back, caps over the sleeves high col-la-
ard revers of bla-k cloth, with inside
levers of black sJlk The et that "hows
in front of th's gown is of pleated chiffon,
with ertre-d u: rf lace, and at tho throat
I n full m i'.) tic with lace Insertions and
1. e tn,: rccre are more of these gowns
rn.-ale tr;i In black than In any other color,
but it lb snld on er cimm aatiior.t iliac
tho kg! t hilks an to bo combined with the
light cloths In th same wn. and there cer
tainly win tie -.x, diincultv in turning out
mest attractive. ostumes of this fashion.
a online itlon of Franklin avenue east
from Fourth str. et llefore It was stopped
bv the demolition of the hiil'dlmc "'.it
Targ.e gave his life to accomplish, the
lire had d.vai-fatd tip. I.ovee frcnt Iroin
Iaiist to Market street, and had x
linile.1 s far w.t as a Miort dst.inc
east of Second etr.et along Market
tr et Anutlnr lire, started bv a burning
U.iit that drlft.d down the river to the
foot of Spruce Htrcet, burned aj far vv.st
as Tl ird -tre. t
Tin re s, eii.nl no way of stopping the
fire N tullding c ulil stand agalnxt It.
The t'ani. fann. 1 bv a strong br. 7e
from tti north. ast, ate their way through
ulmli blm krt of hou-.".. The olunter
lirenicii lonld do nothing to stop th m.
Water was Impotent against th. llr. . no
mati.r hew gr.at th.; torrents that weie
pou-ed upon and Jnto the. buildings, they
wcre eonum-d In a few moments.
For sis liourp. from 19 o'clock In the
Wis ililnlv l:i. it..b e tha'
r. M ii'i sr, , j, ,T ,
sir.et n th.- north si,. ..:
w is a twe-st ,r build. ng
niu-i- store bv Ntth.tni.l
nLo twnetl the buil.lirg
bull ling that It Has .ie. I.I.
Mimr llarrv .nsii't..l
and mad. efforts to it.t hltn to consent
to the .em li-on ..f his loiiMinx. 1'hllifM
nM iki I'-'.n to t pr..pa-ltlon. He
d-.l.r. I that the tiuili'ing and Its cun
t.iits r.pr.sente.1 a sum tat he coiikt not
ffor.1 to lose, ard tint their delllier.. te
i.etrin Hon n.u. re. is- the Insurance
o.uipunv from the patm nt of In jwillcy
ih:.' was h. 1.1 on toe p!j
With, nt waiting to heir the outcome
of i. aiuumint. Targ.' and of-ers had
art.d to i,, the n.hr f. r the lem-
I't.on .t the lnlldlng Th. y went to
th. Iaite.1 Sine- rseal. nhh-h at that
ti:m ...upli.l w.tne t.n a. ' .t sroim.1
J 1st . oiith of Arsi nal str.t and . M.-rellng
West frum tl'e la vee to lirotdwaK
At the Arsenal Targei ami ills isim
lunluns snuied a ImhT 1 irret of blink
I.wl r. and carried It to tin sis-lie of th"
lite Th footid thai the Mao- ami
I'lttHps were still argnirg but ll h.gim
to appr. a h an ur- m nt A few- mo
rn, nts liier thev had agr..d. The sule
staiiie of the. agreement was that tile
May. r w is to L. ripusil!e f..r the re.
Imbu-i.. metit b tiie ,lt to I'llfllp tor
an luia iliat he should sustain from tlw
d. in lit!. .n of hi, i.nthiing
TLe trstaiit that the d Mti wat an
noun.ed. nd pernu-aion w..s given for the
blowing up of the buiMiii. T.irijee. a
t-cmiiaiilul by a negro mm. whose line
is in t ki-own b iinj of the men now llv
ing. who witness, d the ieni lire and this
particular Incld-iit. dashed into Jh.- bislld
ing. The ...rrled the half barrel of
I.wler tj th,; thimh.il I of the bulhliiig.
whii h was at that time on tire, and be
gan to roll It toward th. -enter of the
building As tht rcll.d the barrel, small
jjirtlile, of lewder tri. kh I out lr.nn b
tw..n the siav.s, and left behind a thin.
Irr.gular jth of jwder.
A soo.'i .is the tj.irrel hd lue-n pJioil
as desire.. Targe e ord.rel the negro from
the building, alii! nrrwreil to lisllt the
fta-o that was to plo.le the powder. Tho "'"th and Fifteenth streets,
'uum ic vvaintiL street.
Me No uiie except the n.gro
h'm si,,,,. . rirt,j enteted the
fln.e the eplslo'i th. re had
trae-e- Lf lilm. Great hcles were dug In
tre- ruins, -while streams of iva'er i'ivel
upon the eligg. rs. but not a trace c ml 1
h" found of T.vrgee's bodv Tli. s, nrc'i
wna continued until bins: after divlluht.
and until tie.irlv evrrv briik si , ,r s
thrlsr had ln r. moved it v i ill ti
no avail. Not a sign of th mi.t.g mm
ceuld be found, and there wis som wlo
hoped ihat after all the n-.lrai ulous I ,1
happentd. and Targee had i:ip. 1 W' . r
he had gene, no one knew, for so ir h,:
thloogh the town had fall-d in dWcov r
lli. tl tvvrv thing tint the explosion ' I
left hid Inn dii up -ir.1 cart.sl awa
the .arh was abandoned 1: vv is i t
hoped that th.re hi iild v.r le ft und j
trace of the hero who hud rlked ml
lost his llf. to stop a tire that threaten 1
the whole- .f what wiw then St. 1. mi
Two dus after 'he s.ar.h had I.e. r
alian ' loil .1 ttian who had leen -tnt ti
repair the tocf of a biilMing nn the eis'
siile of Se. und s-Teet s.me two bl. k
rSHltll of tile siette of the explosion foiin i
all Ih-it was ever found of Tom Tatg-es
lsl It vva a right band seviixl fi m
the arm Just at the ur.s and lMr'n i
me if tli !lti;ers a eil ring 1; v. i- I
this ring that the hind tj. M.-nt i. 1
It Is the theore th it tlttMi.s had .a if'!
at the ti jhi of poH.b-r that had le.en 1. 't
on tio- tloor of th. biilMIng as Targe, ii I
the negr rolUsl the Imrrel. and. foil ,wli
this train, had r.n.he.1 mil . xphsh 1 t'
half barrel cf ixiuoer bef..ie Targ.e w is
awai.- of his dang-r
J-.iHif live or six v.ars later tie t
fathers .liflil.d that they would do - me -thing
to i-ipetuate the memorv if
Thomas II Targee Ae. ord!llgl "i '
naimd a str.et f r lilm. Taig.. st-, '
was th. i in t"e -uloitl.-. and had a .it'.e
more .,f an a'r of res;ei labllit, jtid It i
l.rt t ai i lit It than It lm now I' it
It was n.v.r a iIm e of an proimr .
There was n-v.r anvthlng about ii I.. - i
g.t that It was named for a h. m V
the pre-etlt tttlle It is Illerelt, ,, ,,I. u
starts at Market s-re. t. b. tw.eu I" .'-
ev.nlnir. tho tlremi n fntnrht vallantlv.
Among the most valiant of them Was n,l?r', dialled cut of tho front door as
Tnrgee. He was on housetops, dashing fnon as ' the order, and ran across Some few people aro stm oft who wit
through bumlrg buildings, directing tl' ' Jut as l.c reached the curb- r.sod the great fire of 1M3. and I'll, r
streams of water frem alley, on both '" ,,"'r, as an nwfnl explosion. Th5 wltnes(sl or heard from these who hid
sides of which buildings were blazing- "hltng was completely wroked. and the wltnessi-d It of the hrolc d.sd of Tom
everywhere that a fireman should I
bricks, beams and wnl's. together with Targee. Among th.se uennl limes
the cr.nt.nts of the store, were thrown Owens, at the time of the tire . corsmls
far out Into the strests and upen the tops shm merclianl on the lyvee, and now IIv
of lJiildlngs several bio. k distant. ing at :"o ;ia) Ncrth Granl avenue. Cap
Where tho bulldirg had Moo.1 there was tain Jcseph llojce, at the time of the tire
only a. black space, ilghttsl up by the a member of the Volunteer Fire 1 pirt
glare of the Uaimw. The- Hames were ment, and nt present a member of the
still racing to the east or tho ruins. Hut Arm of lloyco Ilros., on Clark avenue near
the dchrU had ben so thoroughly Thirteenth str.et. and living at No 3"J
ring tho Pa-e In any way but by removlnr; scattered that there was nothinc for tha West Tine boulevard: nnd Cdmund I.
from Its reach all that It could feed fire to feed uprn, and It was forced to Walsb. of the Circuit Clerk's office, now-
upon. halt while tho llremen gained control of living at No. ZZ Laclede avenue. It was
Iiy this tlmo tho Are had reached the it. from theso gentlemen that the facts in
northeast comer of Market and Main llefore tho ruins of tho Flilllps building regard to tho herolm cf Tom Targee were '
street, and was still blazing fiercely. It were cool, a fioarcli was begun for Tar- learned.
I nimi r,,w.r?
until his beard was singed and hid cloth
ing was scorched.
Finallv. it became certain that the only
way of stopping tho lire was by blowing
i- up somo of the buildings In Its path.
James O. Barry wan Mayor of the city
at that time, and he was consulted with.
Ho recognized the lmpos-lblllty of stop-
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AUOl'T TAP.I.Ii LTXENS.
A r.-w roiiUs for llif Fhojiper to
El-op in Mind.
Tho pr. '"rred tabb Un-u Is of fine
dam isk with an .mt.roii.rid cipher Th .
tlevl e is no lunger m ide very I lrge and
co.is;l nous and Is ii"t much greater fur
the table loth than for the liipkms
Them 1 nothiiv f ditricult to judee as
tnblo limn ro fsbrlo where ndulteratl.ms
or eact qu.ltis aro d'!!n ult to dis
cern. In (Jit than 1 lg -tra.jo establhh
men's vl- re on m'.t depn I upon c--ponal
Judgment for t puntv of a falrle.
there are a few poirts f keep in mind.
Ture lin.n Is hard ar 1 Mlpr.rv. n.v.-r soit
nnd pllal'e. If a molbttncl linger be a' -plied
tc nn all-llnn cloth tlii moist ire
will at once .appear on the o'her s-Ie.
whereas in mixed goods It will appear
rtowly or not nt all. Tl e flax cdor Is al
ways noti . i'.' in llnn. anil every wom
an --hoii'd Ie irn to recognize It or Its nb
Sleets with rnfnVrl to;, - asaIn u,,
nft r 1 -g long abard- ne,i Sheets and
I . i iw t . . ult'i the Indster cases If a
I-'i-t-r i .-it loved. .,r. m,c i.rscts to
m .' !. , or graj ish ,0e. now ,et n
-.S",,i'i'",r..'? 1,kta adopted for bed
Hki"k ?' m!''''"f1.s anoth.r decorntlon
WUI? e H i'" " .h "''"ted with dnvvn
w rk f. r bed linen and towels. Tho lac-
which ar h'en for trimming this .lass
rire.l'S? ' L, m"n ilro MecMIn. Vale-n-CKn-cs
, ru.V'' x P ' ,!i,""r,'i embroldcrj- over
ti. i. . r"-1J tiffeti ar- seen: Tho
rr fir .-Iw,'' on7. hun-ver. arc thoe
wtH, i -Marsel.l, fringed o- em-
broller d r und tho edge nnd alwajn
freh le re s or their capability of te
Ins freitently laundered. ""l"-''" OI ce