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10 THE WASHINGTON TIMES MONDAY JAXFARY 17 1910 9ifF
Daily Horoscope Is Started StartedFor StartedFor
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movement nnov lest of the sfc attars and tIM aaee JIet u t overisoli Ute tact that man wu wuqoe waaquent
qoe t effects oa h hummtuity may e ha own master if h he desired to be so soat o otimee sotmes
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tie tie or malicious JIII persons perdMearaeetiy however howeverearnestly eftr eftreraeeUy
pretend to haveshaken have haveshaken ayeshakeR
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shaken oft their tJMIrH attriwttes attriwttesHeadstrong atDfbtosHeadstrong
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ons persons are under an evil 8ri1They sign signThey ail5uThey
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can muster musterThe mVterThe musterThe
The day Is pronuping PI presu er for or clever or orwitty orwitty ecwitty
iugeios wonren aDd aDdempIoYM andwomen
witty persons personswomen
women employes employeswhimsical empIoYMIa empbyeIs
Ia deaitatr eaI with talkative > lPbtY er erwbInI8icaI erwh
whimsical wh maicat persons reduce anything anythingimportant aaythlngImportaDt anythingimportant
important to writing today todayThere tocIayThere todayThere
There will be an element highly dT con conducive coaduclve conducive ¬
ducive to boldness determination per persererance eIeIUce persevearee
sererance eIUce and energy bu ba6 this influ influence Iaft1Imay laAaence ¬
ence may exaggerate ex itself itselfsipation ift fit some Ba Batures yatures
and dIa dIaipt1on dia diasipatlon
tures 10 a todDClellcY to quarrel
sipation ipt1onThere sipatlonThere sipationThere
There to a s gn of respect from fror su enpernra superiors 11IIperlors ¬
periors and advancement advancementSurgeons 1Idva t LSurgeon tSurgeons
Surgeons physicians e eeunets eetlJIIIUc1enU ubets and anddentists andde
de dentists ntista ts are under exceptionally ex favor favorJng tavorIn favorlug
In lug tga p promiatng the IU and rer rerbag asEerjag
bag help and alleviation alkvladOOThere alleviationand aJleriatIOaThere
There is a good alga Over Ute earth earthaDd earthand
and its produce producePersons ProclueePersons producePersona
Persons employed out of doors win winbenefit WtIlbeneft willbenefit
r rGood
benefit benefitGood benefitGood
Good advice should come today from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the aged agedThe apdThe axedThe
The sign is excellent excelle d for alt who whodeal whoeal whodal
deal with Are nre weapons sharp zl arp m instru instruments Iestrunteltts aim aimnneta ¬
ments and uniforms uniformsWomen unltonaaWomen hadfocassWomen
Women and men with into btrthdate btrthdateare WrtWateare birthdaateare
are under aopaets that aenerally ty grant grantthe srJItthe grantthe
the greatest t benefits benefta to Chose who are arebold arebJd arebold
bold honorable and iIlChildren charitable charitableChildren chadtabiChildren
Children are born today under underweaken 1IJIdertht aaoect aaoectthat
that give power over otDenI others but oft oftwelllken oftweaken
weaken the quality by an undue desire arefor detdrefor desirefor
for recognition and admiration dmir v oe
The C Bedtime edtime e Ime Story StoryTHE Story StoryPablialied
PaWl c11 fen r tilt t tHwfJttf1 BletkeX W rho n11II1I nt b if read l t to 1 the e little Xttleelk littlefolk
elk wktle Ue they arc 1te1j tReketi late t1telr lterl bels for the w1iiJtt ritgbtTHE w1iiJttTHE
THE CROCUSES AND THEIR DRESSES
utv1ELL1 a lIA LLI l declare said 3ar Ant to toternoon toW toMrs
W Xr Ant as they were hurrying hurryingA30ng harryingalong
along 1M ground 011 a warm IIpIin a1 a1terDOOIL atternoon
ternoon Did ye you ever hear of o such suchla MIdIa iek
la a commotion What do you think tlWIItoC tlWIItoCitT of dit ofItr
itT it
ItrI 1 I can It disgraceful said std Mrs Antall Ant AJItBut AntBut
But Jet us stop and hear wllatlt what it Is IsaU is isall
all about abouttened So they Mopped lid lidteDed andtoned
toned and this is iswhst what they heard heardAnd heardHI heardI
HI I teD you I want to lie Ja yellow yellowobbed w wObbecI
ObbecI a croon croee wIdDey voice voiceAnd
0 And FO do came In another voice voiceand YUIceaDd voicewand
and I said still a third voice and then themthe thenthe theIIthe
the same thing was said by Iota of ttt tttte UttJe littje
te tJe voices some e of them erying and andothers aMthers andothers
others laughing laughingI
1 I dont said another I want to to1avender toe toeB bsSa
Sa B lavender I dont like yellow Iow I think thinklavender tbbIkJaYeDder thinkavender
lavender avender to CIa prettierOh prettier prettierOh prettierOh
Oh Oh ae de I 1 piped up other little MtUevoices Jittlevoices littlevohssc
voices voicesIf voicesU vohsscIf
If I cant hav h the dress I want I Ishant IiIDt Ishant
shant come 1IIP vs at all said aoroe so ne onevery one onevery ODe ODeery
very ery crosely crO llly Mr rH just stay y ht this thfaWTuit thisugly thisugly
ugly brown earth an tile ue and then tbeaI
I just go guess the gardener will Win WinWhat lie mad madWhat
What In the world to the Matter Matterasked setterasked tter ttercl
asked cl Xrs Ant of Mr Ant ABt and who whois w wjs Mhois
is doing all the theXr tniklagXi talking talkingMr
Mr Ant locked tankedat edlK at the tileJooked ground and andlooked aad aadlooked
looked it over ov < very carefully too Then Thenhe Theahe Thenhe
he said saidOh saJduOb BaldtBt
uOb Oh I kaow We are standing Just Justabove jUBtboTe antabase
above boTe the crocus bulbs the gardenerplanted gardener gardenerplanted JJl eaerplanted
planted last taU We re are plumb ht the themiddle Uaemiddle themiddle
middle of ofthe a bed aDd what We hear nil nilthe arethe
the foolish little bulbs arguing whether whetherthey wIIetIMrthq whetherthe
they the shall be lavender J or yellow when whenthey wIIeathey whetthey
they come up upThe upThe upThe
The The ally things As A though they had hadanything hadanything
anything to do with R RHavent Jt Jtwgaveftt itHavent I
Havent they asked Mrs s Ant Ant whobad who whoBad wbeh8d
Bad a great deal of respect fee Mr An AnShe JIt JItSbe Ant AntShe
She was convinced be knew a great t deal dealabotu dealabotu dealabotu
abotu everything and this was really a agreat amistake agreat
great mistake for Mrs X Ant to make but butthen t tthen butthen
then she was Just like aoany others who whothink wiIothink wo wothink
think other persous know a great deal dealsnore dealmore dealmore
more about th things than they really do doMr doMr doMr
Mr Mrant Ant > was rally 9C1Y vt y wine for asant SA SAlit
ant but hg he didnt knew everythtag eMIYt that thatbe tlIthe thatbe
be pretended to know
Why no ao of course they havent haent he hesaid 1MaacL beeald
said T3 The > e very idea The gardener gardenerdecides pnIenerdecIcIes gardenerdeddes
decides that for them when he plants plantsthem IIIIuIUthem ante antethem
them and they bey have to come up mJnot mJnotthe t J Jthe justthe
the color be tells then themNow thenNow tbfmXow
Now just here wan wda where Mr Ant Antmade AIItmade Antmade
made a great mistake OC course eMI the theway 11Mway theway
way the gardener planted the bulbs 1iaI 1iaIa had hadwnether hada
a great deal to do with whether etller they theycame theycame theycame
tie aDd aDdthey whether whetherthey
came camethey up at u right
they greW strong and pretty ta the thespring UMFprl thespring
spring Fprl sunshine smalhae when 1Iea once their cheerful MiHlfallittle cheerfullittle i imtte
little faces popped refrout up outor out of the theearth brown brownearth brownearth
earth Mother Mature ajar ales die little littlebalbs JItdebulbs littlebulbs
bulbs their color a and whatever w she de decides tie tieddes d dcMo ¬
cMo cides s them Is o be pen ea that tJaatare osier e for theyare they theyare
are And so arb arbsifters atai abdr brothers bnCIIensiEters and andslaters
sifters and a aII all to he members aber of then thenfamily tIIeirjamUy theirfamlly
famllyBut jamUy jamUyBut family familyBut
But the theo theowhat little notusM do dent t know kaswwhat knowwhat
what color they are Uen until they tJaQes tndand dud dudthemselves
themselves es wesa1ng their pretty prMtyand 4i 4iand
and standing up bright t and bold ht the thesanliftht tilesunlight thesunlight
sunlight Then they see their Untie Untiefrocks UQIefreeks lingofrocks
frocks Of course there may y be s sdisappointed atshhse atshhsedisappointed 1 1disappointed
disappointed ones tt If for instance instancelittle cue cuelittle I Ilittle
little crocus who JiI na set her heart heartbeing beart1 beart1bcin heartbciag
being bcin yellow J 1uda nds she te e wearing a alavender ala alavender
lavender la der dress But It to so n pretty plftUshe and andshe andshe
she sees so many maa other lifts Httiedecides JiUIewearl c oess oesswearing
wearl wearing dresses jolt like lien that tIIad s sdecides
decides d her own frock to Just as at attractive attractive attractive ¬
tractive as the yeliavt yeB w4 ones onesIn ODeSIn alesIn
In the end hcrwver he wever they are aB sat satisfied satisfied t tisfted ¬
isfied which to just as It could u1d be with wlfligncd wtdagOd withgyred
gOd little 1ittI children Mother Earth has hassycb hasych hasspch
sycb a large family to lot look after aftert that
t
Per I er TH Tae < s da ar > January jliS jlt + 1918 1918Kew lAle lAleNea I IV
Kew Year V dtk for tor low an ant < kn bmnty r ropes rdgaAJH ropesLee
AIIII wna aia y a aMABS favor tie astute astuteA
MABS A 1r AJH AltS to ta ecliptic conjunction jJ with withthe wIthtile withlV
lV the moon this day d y Venus V Is ta tabenenc IIIupect tobeadle
beadle aspect The sun and Uranus are areta areta areIa
ta favoring ta positions positionsevil pedtioaaMen JlMttioRaMfta
Men who are p 18 disepataa deA deAeGlBPUY and andevil
evil company will do well to avoid avoidtemptation aYeidia avoidtauptatla
temptation ta this period for the inAueces in influences Iae ¬
fluences are e of provocative pro e tendency tendencyEmployes tu tendencyEmpioye aeC aeCEmpIoycs
Employes and women W9IIMIDpay particularly particularlymust pardeulartymust
must pay attention to neatness nua tutor today todayand todaybe todayand
and be circumspect eh u td e et In then conduct conductDiscreetness COIMI1IctIR conductDMereetuess
Discreetness ta matters of dispute or ordoubt or4IMdIt ordoubt
doubt will be beneficial bendkiaLThe beneficialthe I ITIle
TIle greatest po power 1 of tile day is for fortile forthe
the advantage a p ofjwomen of womea and for deal dealtag dealwItIa dealing
tag with them themguard TWy must u be Oft their theirpant theirhow
guard however how + e against oast nattery natteryThto 1IatteI7Th 1lstter7This
This Th to an auepKssug 11 JIll day for beauty beautyand beautyaDd beautyand
and love Everything Eve itMa6 connected e4 with withptiflonal withatt with withpernoual
ptiflonal attractiveness att eIIeU to under a awed good goodsign goodCoertahip
sign Courtship engagements weddings wed wedceiehrattovs weddjags
dings wedding jIur jouraeys and domestic doIDeRkceIeIMadDIUI domesticcekbrariosa
ceiehrattovs are all under bright t au auguries 11prteIL anDrys ¬
guries guriesPiygoods
prteILbaata
Piygoods merchants baata salespeople IIpulJle ca caterers ea eatftIW cateeert ¬
terers and all others who depend on wo womens wo wotrade womens ¬
mens trade should make 1Ie their beet display dis display dls dlsplay ¬
play for shopping is under an a unusually unusuallyAmusement 1IIIUyhappy unusuallyhappy
happy maAmusement 0IIIeD 0IIIeDJllWIeeDt
Amusement cheerfulness cheerful merri merrieouLUSStsns waerrl waerrleat morn mornmeat
eat and gayety yety are ralelll for favorThe favor taYOlTIle
TIle period Is good ood ales for or asking askingeoaeeesdsn klag
eouLUSStsns CMIIIII or seeking < employment employmentThey employmentThey t tItIey
They who grant t beneAts 1 will sow aowthe sowthe sowtile
the seeds of a rich harvest harvestThere Jlarfe JlarfeTAeIe harvestThere
There is a sign today that losttMnas lost lostthings t ttldap
things may y b he found t and obscure obscurethings oMeafttIdD obscurethings
things be made ma e plain plainTravel plal plalTra plalaTravel
Travel Tra 1 study and art are under undergood aDder1fOOd undergood
good auspices Seientf Scientific c matters will willrequire willrequire willrequire
require unusual 1I usaa1 concentration concentrationthe eoacealratloaQuarrel
Quarrel and strife are aced as asthe sathe i
the results of trivial disputes andvexations and aDClYexat andlvexatious
vexations vexatiousThere vexationsThere Yexat
YexatTbere There to danger r from name and andwheel aatlw andwheel
wheel w 1 today but for the generalhealth general generalhealth 581M1lhealth
health there te an indication eatloa that Is tePersons IsPenOllS Isa IsPe
a Pe Persons with this bhrtbdaa birthdafe Dlrth are areunder an1III areunder l
under aspects that often sve give persistent per persistent ¬
sistent 8 will but 1 a retiring and slow slownature alewJltare slownature
nature natureChildren JltareCIaI natureChildren
Children CIaI R are are horn today unjfter 1IJIIIIoerUtat > apder stars starsthat starsthat
that incline their subjects ta kind kindmesa Jdndnecs dndDftNI
mesa DftNI perseverance and ambttie aathidsn
she would have a perfectly dreadful dreadfulthne aredtuItime dreadfultime
time if she had many qusr quacrshmme c ceontted dis discontented disdantteted ¬
contented children So you see Mr Mrsaid MrAnt 1 1AJIt
Ant de a great t taki big ahintake when whensaid
said that the gardener decided what whatdresses whatdresNs whatdresses
dresses the little crocuses should wear wearBut wearBvt wearBut
But Mr r Ant didnt t Know how much muchhe muchbe ucla uclahe
he was In IDetTOr error and aDCIlIf he ne was still talking talkingabout talk talkabout isikiepabout
about the crocuses troeu whore whom he had left leftsquabbling leftIflaabblht leftequabblht
squabbling < about what what they should wear wearwhen wearwbea wearwhen
when they came out into the world when whenbe wileRhe whenbe
be and Mrs atm Ant ADtA got home homeA headA
A few days later the ants were travel traveland travelIJIII traveltag
IJIII over the IIIIIIe groMad and what doyou do dothe dOyou
you think they saw when t they came to tothe tothe
the flower bed Why lust a lot of dear dearbright dearbriarht dearbright
bright little yellow and lavender crocus crocusblossoms encuaall crocusblossoms
blossoms all sunning thumuUm tlteM8elvestGptber and andchatting andchattlu
chatting together And A they were wenpretty sopretty so sopretty
pretty and seemed to bring so many manypromises maRYJIOIII manypremises
promises Ie8oC of the nice things cominr eomtnFwhen cominrwhen eo eowbea
when the weather xot a little bit biter warm warmer warmer ¬
er that Mr and Mrs Ant Just sat satdown atdowD antdown
down and watched ed them for a atime long longthne longtime
time thneThen timeThen
timeTbeI1 Then the al anlc I left the bed and wan wandered wandered wandered ¬
dered all over ore the yard for f there werea werea were werea
a lot of other little crocuses all in their tneiryeHow tbetrfflJow theiryellow
yellow or lavender er dresses who bad badbrothers badbobbed badbobbed
bobbed lilt Mr here and there fa the grass XnuI8And grassAnd
And they were just as pr pretty ty as their th4tlrthen theirbrothers
brothers then and sisters ta the flower bed bedtoo bedtoo bedtoo
too tooThen
Then when the sun went down and andthe amithe andthe
the air got chilly Mr and Mrs 18 Ant Antwent Antwent Antwent
went home eIRe and the crocuses CI 8 caMS closed closedtheir cloeedtbeIr closedtheir
their steepv little eyes for f the night bt and andan a dan andall
an was quiet and still in the great outdoors out outdoors oatdeora ¬
doors deoraFRENCH
FRENCH SERVANTS SERVANTSsmuoed SERVANTSI
I never come to Farlis without being beIagI beingamused
amused afresh k at the attitude of theservants the theservants theeervaDts
I servants says a traveler For the theFrench theI theFrench
French cook maid or butler is not notonly not10000Y notonly
I
10000Y only a human being instead of a decorem decor decorone decorOII
one and silent t automaton aatOlWton like the Eng Fnglink English EIIJIIIh < ¬
lish domestic 11 tie but weeps when you youweep youweep youweep
weep smues when you are are merry and andta amihi andIn
ta short takes a genuine interest in inyour laYOUI Inyear
your affairs air
WIFES PART PARTIN PARTIN
IN THE HOME HOMELooking HOMEt HOMELooking HOMELooking
t
Looking Well at AllTimes All AllTimes AllTimes
Times Will WillPay WillPay WillPay
Pay PayT PayHY
i iT3X
T3X todlffcranofc bdtn remoe many women W8IIMIIplay sis sisj diapaT
T j play la MUle tMnas a after afterar ftetc t r tn they theyare jr jrmanr
ar are married Ie one oC the Dever Deverea aever aeverodthhg
odthhg ea sources ce of aurpde to toran toarmy
army ran per pennons JOBS wiio loot on There e are arewouna arewomen I IWOIIIIttI
wouna who wt o baring < married seam to toUna toIIIIdt tothink
Una IIIIdt that It Is not necessary four them themmake themke themto
to make any further effort to be attrac attracthre attractke sitracttve
thre tke anijtsittg tg or prettily gowned W1td In Inpetal Inpelat Inut
petal ut of fact they rink into an attitude attitudeof atUtudof attitudeof
of general l indifference lIIdI el that causes caUMIIIpaD ap appaHtus appalling
palling paD results It is not that such a awoman aWORJaD awoman
woman oare aivo less for her husband she ehete zbeIs sheIs
Is constitutionally buy or stupid stupiddown stupidIt stupidIt
It doM not dawn en her tha that It Is notpteaaijtg not notto
pteaaijtg to a man who has worked hard harddowa harddown
down town all day to keep the home homerunntas homeruaaIIqr homerunning
running and provide all he can for his hiswife hiswife hiswits
wife wife to Had her lookus looking dowdy or being betogpeevish betDrMriah beingpeevish
peevish on Ida return Being B4II but hu human huIs human ¬
man he is Irritated and disappointed disappointedbecause disappointedbecause tecl teclbecIu
because Jnstuail of oat the pretty bright brighteamtasjtr rIIJhtdri brightgirl
girl be need to flee beerd Itet be was waslied nar narrfed
lied be dada a tnplatlltD C and 1I1111e 1I1111eeombudy nabeeonlunir
eamtasjtr dressed wire wttanan wireTrue
True It III DOt always y for or a aJIIIUI wa wan
nan n to be sweet and amiable a and andpretend a apreteDd topretend
pretend that ute is an upripntea oeess oeeaaof eeeaaof oeessof
of joy But what will do much toward towanlneiptoK towantJIer towardhoipisg
neiptoK her over surging seas of servant servanttroubles Mn1IUIttroables seevattroubles
troubles and trying to keep house ecJre and anddress saddregm
dress on qn nothing DOtt a year is the t ttt thoughtthat thought thoughtthat
that her line 11 husband band is working for her herdoteg 1Iertile herdoing
doing the best be can dally meeting 1DeedIItfdMIetIItIea meetingdUOcuittea meetingditlchdtka
dUOcuittea disappointments l and set setbacks MtbaduI sethacks ¬
backs about many Y of which she never neverknows JHtYerkIMwL neverknows
knows knowsthe kIMwLThat knowsThat
That III his J of tfe life and 1M expects ex exMIeb
MIeb It It but the wtfeJII share is to run runthe raatile
the home the best she knows Je how howlac sparing spar sparas
lac W the vexations ADd t tnIm tIIere tIIereas tbero tberoas
as he spares ns her down town trying to tomake Uke ttomake
make ke herself pretty pr ty sweet and unsel unselfish 1ID8eIflab unseiAsh ¬
fish and home m a place to which he heclad is isglad Isglad
glad to come comeShe comeShe comeShe
She saves funny or interesting hlt a tact incidents iDdcleats tactdents ¬
dents to ten him makes him as physi physically pbysle physloaily ¬
cally e l7 comfortable eo o otabie 1JIe as she can studying studyinghis studyinghis udlllc udlllcttcM
his tastes ana and inclinations ttcM and her hersuccess Mtlea hernstceeas
success lies not only In making It Ithappy him damhappy himhappy
happy but being so herself herseKPrice henteIfFree herselfP
Price Free P ce of o f Hens Is Lower LowerWith LowerWith LowerWith
With Market Well Filled FilledThe FilledThe FilledThe
The whole market generally today todaybetter wasbetter was wasbetter
better supplied and prices showed amore a amore aore
more weakening < tendency than uthe has aurabeen hasbeen
been the case on any Monday f y market markette marketMJYeraI marketit
te several MJYeraITIM weeks weeksThe weeksThe
The New York T orll call last week week result resultsoaring resaltill resultlag
ill from the price puce en Mall In Gothamsoodag Gotham Gotham8OIUIatf
soaring to I H cents which drew e considerably con considerably eoatIIcIerabI ¬
siderably tIIcIerabI on local stock tItoek wa was respon responsible zwpoasible rapeasible ¬
sible for todays liberal receipts But Butthere Buttheft Butthere
there was no New York call today to con consequently eontegoentlJ ¬
sequently the market remained well wellsupplied wenWith
supplied suppliedWith
With receipts on the r remaining days dajsof daysof
of the t week showing the proportionate proportionateincrease MOpOnJonatIDereaM proportionateincrease
increase as did those of today and with withlocal with1oca1 withlocal
local demand practically the only de demand de deIIUUId demand ¬
mand the market this week gives va everytndIaatioa every everyf eo eobIdIcadoa
bIdIcadoa oC being the be best f from the theconsumers theconsumers theallll1llt
consumers allll1llt tS < standpoint to J of any aD since sinceChristmas sinceChristmas ace aceCh
Ch ChristmasSweet Christmas Christmas3weet
ChSweet
Sweet potatoes took a drop this morn morntag mornIq mornsg
tag the best grades bringing only onlyThe onlyThe C CThe
The reduction was the result of in increased tnereaeed increased ¬
creased supply XotwKhstandtaK them themwas the thea thetawas
was a good demand for the vegetable vegetablewhich vegetablewhich ble bledeb
which deb likewise made itself felt te otsfer otsferdivisions ut utec utlt r rdivniens
divisions of the market rUt although Sat Saturdays SIltuntao Saturdays ¬
urdays quotation uocat r remained largely y the theMaster the8a111e thesame
same 8a111eMaster
Master aster of o f Literature LiteratureShown LiteratureSlz LiteratureShown
Shown Slz wn in Coppees LifePrancots Life LifeFrancois LifeFranco
Franco Coppee illustrated llh in I his life lifethe utethe lifethe
the lot of many y masters JIIUt n of French lit literature Uten literature ¬
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and later when he went to Paris Parisstarved Parts Parts8tUVed Parisstarved
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posing his first volume of verse verseFlaubert veneFlaubert verseFlaubert
Flaubert lived a frugal country life at atCrotaset tCroIII atCroUsset
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paoeant held a government t clerkship clerk hip at atPW atM atpa
PW a year and Francois lJ Coppee alsobegan also alsobegan alsoa
began a his career at some such stipend stipendin
in the office of the th ministry of war warwhere warwhfore warwhere
where his father had served before befo him himEven himEven himEven
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tion came most of these men lived a life lifewhich litewhich lifewhich
which our own successful and popular popularauthors Pf popularauthors pular pularautho
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destitution destitutionFrancois de1ItItutionFrIIReOts destltutton1rancon
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content Mdt to work in peace pea am and quietude quietudeHto qltetudH quietudeHis
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and this ideahe constantly oon preached as asa asa ase
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including 1Dcl anarchy anarchyCZARS anarchyARS anarchyARS
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have an especial appeal The skirt to tomade 18wAUl iinmade
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nHmiousty went to meet the first antaIId salmonand salmon salmonand
and In nattering tta1 voices tried to win wintheir WIDtbetr winthaw
their favor by calling them all chiefs chiefsEvery chletlSEvery chiefsEvery
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used to dance for fOemoIL salmon Meanwhile Meanwhileone Meanwhileone wlllIe wlllIeOIW
one of their number bel secluded himself ta tathe 1fttbe Inthe
the mountains and fasted for ten days daysUpon clay clayUpo daysUpon
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the river took the first salmon of the thecatch thecatck
catch ate come of it It and with the re remainder Te TeJlllLla yematador ¬
mainder lighted I ted a sacrificial fire The Thesame TheMUDe Thesame
same Indians laboriously climbed to the tnemountain tbemouataba themountain
mountain top after the poles for the thespearing theepearlD thespearing
spearing < booth being convinced that ifthey if ifthey Itth4Y
they were gathered where here the salmon salmonwere mOftWPIfJ salmonwere
were watching no fish would be caught caughcthe caurhtIn caughtIn
In Ja Japan amoa among = the prbriUve race of ofthe ofthe
the Amos even ev n the wonxn WOr ea A left at home homeare homeare homeare
are not allowed allow to talk lest the nh may mayhear mayheaT mayhear
hear and disapprove dL5aPPTO while the first fish fishis ft nabis b bIs
is always lway brought in through h a window windowinstead windowIn windowinctrad
instead In fad of a door so the other fish fi h may maylot maygot
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has chosen ebaH no books that m the theIDa1 ort ortmal orig origbut >
mal were not written In 1ftW Englteh EngltehWheft EagtiehWbea
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can ea writers compose the list I am amsura amsans
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the th nan who wrote it was one ef th thwest the thflell thenest
west pour and proihle writer wrtlstsas of his hisperiod iliaPfttgd hisperiod
period and Ms dos cis Only as I look lookat lookat lookat
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laM a midat sortor sortorPI8aIIy sort of peesousga peesousgaFAY
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wood are hy women writers and and eerhIn each eachte earhIn
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thing further on on the he matter mattertohr mattertohrthug for the
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a bout awl away way win drop the cJia disgu di diKOtoe
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fact of its moral effect than Ms Msphysical Itsphysical
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dence in Ja1Jo boot work work and play playl playQymnptic y
l Gymnastic O 1c exercises e1cDeaant are the obvious obviousj ltYloua1eIIMdy Obviousremedy
j remedy but unless they unconsciously UMCOuscJouslytanuenee 1I1KDc unconsciously1nduenee y
tanuenee 4 the child to perform perl batter batterI betterthe
the everyday acts oC oCwa1Id stthhg autding autdingand
and wa1Id walking they tall their JIIIPOM purposeFor
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d chest epsasen expaa a K tttept die gk 1 pelt about abouttne aboutthe at atbe
the be rest of the day with duatpkugshoulders stamping stampingshoulders
shoulders shouldersMore shouldersfore
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the exercise a pIfUUI pleasureTiny f j IaIIt o owork or orwork
work The chfld will then turn to them thenwithout themwithout tlIeIawtdIoat
without urging 111 and andconscious forget wpt 18 be o ocoesekue HK HKIe
conscious to her enjoyment ea of them t1IeIDtor thetaMvdc themMusic
Mvdc Music > for even the theWIll simplest movements movementswill movementswill
will give tills pleasure and natural JJat1lnl1will naturaldancing naturaldancing
dancing will combine sufficient exercise exer exeriy exerdJIe
dJIe for every ery pan oC tIM body iy for a anatural aBatInaI anatural
natural dancer sways OS the arms headand head beIadand headand
and trunk to addition to the foot work workTo workTo workTo
To really y deserve doer e the name this kind kindof kindof kindof
of dancing daad should be spontaneous with withthe withthe
the spontaneity of the little street chil cinde children ebna ¬
dren who dance around the hurdy bardygurdy hurdygurdy lUInIycJy
gurdy cJy but realty all it amounts to Is a arhythmic arbyUualc arhythmic
rhythmic combination of the lea leanone leas stren strenuous 1ItreAaoaa ¬
none of the gymnastic exercises exercisesIt ex exIf
It there Is no school of dancing to tosend tothe tosend
send the daughters to to do d exercises exerds s your yourself yourNlf yourself ¬
self with her Twenty minutes 1IteS a day daywttl daywill daywill
will be a good frolic for you both bothCompose bothColllp08e bothCompose
Compose the dances yourself for there thereto thereIs therej
j Is an infinite aIte number of combinations combinationsPlata CCIIbIAUIonPlaba combinationsPlain
Plata skipping about as though waltz waltztag wahzhie waltzlag
tag or running very lightly li on the tips tipsof tiptolof tipsof
of the toes will be sufficient fOdeDt for the thefeet theteet thefeet
feet while I swaying IJW with arms rIIIS aa and andtrunk andtrunk < T Ttrunk
trunk trunkflow The only rule Is that Ute arms armsow armsslow
flow back gently nt1y to I the direction from fromwhich fromwhleh fromwhich
which you OU are running runn1n just as though thoughyou tboughyou thoughyou
you had left them behind Mbi d Backward Backwardbending BadtwaTlbfondlnJ Backwardbending
bending s side ide e bending bendIR whirling whlr ing leap leaping I leaping ap apI ¬
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I tions tlon that will occur to you 011
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while kneeling on one knee This n al allows AI AItow allows ¬
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