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niE RICIOIOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 20, 190T.
PAGE EIGHT. DEMOCRATIC IDEAS ON THE EDUCATION OF HER ML Princess of Wales Sends Them Out to Mix With the Ordi nary soys and Girls as Soon As Large Enough. ENGLISH LACE IS JUST NOW MUCH IN DEMAND. Controversy in Regard to the Deterioration of Turbine Machinery Is the Cause of An Investigation. (By Richard Abercorn.) London, Oct. 19. The Princess of Wales has democratic ideas on the ed ucation of her children. Instead of following the fashion of snobbish mil-' lionaires in keeping her children like hothouse plants with an expensive staff of tutors and governesses, she is sending them out to mix with ordina ry boys and girls as soon as they are large enough. She is now inquiring for a suitable school for Princess Mary, her only girl, who is now big enough to leave home. The Princess has been visiting likely schools incognito, so that the principals do not guess the royal rank of their pot-bitile iiiw pupil. 1'ioj.i bly the Httlo empress will go to one oi the superior middle class boarding schools for girls near Eastbourne, on the south coast. The county home of the Prince and Princess of Wales will be in future Frogmore, near Windsor, the Prince having given up York Cottage Sand ringham to his father as an annex to the King's residence. It will be used as a "bachelors' wing" for house par ties, which was its original purpose. The king experienced the need for an addition to Sandringham when he was entertaining a large house party. The Prince of Wales will make Frog more his principal residence, as he i? extremely fond of country life, and spends very little time at Marlborough House, his London residence. Being a fine shot and an ardent fisherman, the prince will find ample field for thG indulgence of his sporting instincts in Windsor park and on the Thames. . English lace is at present so much in demand that an unprecedented boom has been caused at " Notingham, the centre of the industry. Because fash ionable Americans and English wo men are wearing much lace, the more skilled lacemakers in the Nottingham district are earning as much as $35 a week. Quiet villages near Notting ham have been transformed into busy fnrtnrv towns, and the largest lace fac tory in the world has just been opened at Draycott. The new fashion of wearing lace combined with lurs will kep th,e boom alive through the winter, although in the orriSum y "vay it would have begun to slrickon wi'h the coming autumn The controversy in the- nisn'rau press a to tL deterioratk t i v.ub ' ine machinery after a few ye s' vatr . and the consequent unprofiUfle nn. y vation of the steam turbine for the I propulsion of the Lusitania a.d qih Atlantic liners, was the subX''rJ y special inquiry by -"New York y -AmerlcaM-""'"',, ...' " was pan " . . .... -irA-.f"-' w pa i- o me worKF oi !.ne . fyu. C. A. Parsons, the inventor of turbine at Wallsenden Tyr.e, where ti was stated that the turbine hpd ) fen subjected to most exhaust inld H.-sfs and there were no signs of wear Od tear. The tarbines of the oteam cr iling Edward have just been opened t;ut at the end of her sixth year, and tli?r is not he slightest sign of wear to thft turbine blades. The tnacbin flry is practically the same as when the .Vessel was -built. There is an econo my La the consumption of coal and z yast increase of speed. The Turbina. the first craft fitted with the steam turbine, is at present Jylng in the Tyne at Wallsend, and aft er many years of service, a speed of 34 knots has been maintained on a five mile run. The Turbina has run many thousands of miles, frequently encoun tering heavy seas, and her turbines which have just been opened out, are the same as when they were installed. The success of the Lusitania and the Mauretana. developing twenty-six knots on he builders' trials, is regard ed as an epoch-making departure in marine engineering so far as it applies to high-speed Atlantic liners. The reduction of vibration, giving greater comfort to passengers, Increas ed speed for the same boiler power and increased cabin accommodation due to smaller machinery space, are the advantages claimed for a steam turbine in the fast Atlantic service. Prince Edward of Wales, who is now a high spirited boy r thirteen years, has been frustrated in an atempt to pay an independent and incognito vis it to London. While spending his vacation at Frog more, his father's house near Wind sor, the Prince had a sudden desire to see London all by himself. He took the next train for London, but on ar riving at Paddington, the London ter minus, he was much astonished to find ft royal carriage awaiting him and a Household Goods Packed Shipping at HETTY GREEN AGAINST ..Tf'wl - v7Vk V 1 Ik. feiW" " iA 4 V"V wmw'XM . . fiw!'M ) vv" Ml rwrKrMliC M - iffw L-Vf: WVVfr r-gigx . ( $i0AM The latest pnotogrnph of Ilett y Green in street eostunre. She Is still active and powerful in the Ne w York financial world, notwithstand ing her advanced ase. Mrs. Green says: "I am glad that Gladys Van derbilt is not my daughter. There are thousands of honest young work ing men in the United States good e nough to be any girl's husband. The girls who go to Europe to get their husbands deserve what they get and more. If my son married a fo reign woman because tha union would bring him a title, I would disown him." footman informed him that luncheon was ready for him at Marlborough House, where a telegram also awaited him. The Prince, whose idea in coming. to London was far different from th?s, submitted'.to be driven to Marlborough House. There he read a telegram from his mother, the Princess of Wales ordering him to remain there until his tutor came to fetch him back to Frog more. For this escapade the young prince "caught it" from his mother, who, although devoted to her children, is a stern disciplinarian. m Mr. Bernard Shaw, the famous play- wrieht. in a letter tr n friorwt tas py- plained what caused him to place be fore the English public a Caesar entire ly different in character from the one depicted by Shakespeare. "The reason Shakespeare belittled Caesar," Mr. Shaw writes, "and that no later English dramatist touched A VRcaiioii rcaUy means :, stated in tervi.l in round of duti 'S or em-ployn;f-nt, a for rest and recreation, especially otmj of considerable !ongJr; i W. C. Prime in hittrii"P: hoots I entitled "I Go. -ishing."' ays. "A I vacationdoee fa-tie good to him who i . . . ,?". v., k.. t I ' , i ut-n- io r. v. amo vuiuuitf ti vacuutai njitiosouuv in tnat one remark or j Prime's. I have lately returned ifrnm rny ai:ni:al vacation. I usually jtflK.f.' a full month for rest and recrea tion As my invalid wife and children live in suburb of Boston. Mass., when ine time comes to close my of fice d or for a month, I close the door, lock it. and shut Inside any busi ness care. There are Sr. the world a kind of business dyspeptics who can not do this.' They cannot enjoy a va cation. Every nerve In their skinny bodies has a tongue that constantly Eaga them about business. This class cannot enjoy a vacation one particle more than a hen-pecked husband can enjoy "home, sweet home." It will do them no good to try until we are regenerated and bap tized into the sweet calm philosophy of those who know how to realize what vacations are for and how to make the most of them. There are at least two experiences in which men can be pretty accur ately measured. In camp and abroad on a vacation. In. camp the narrow minded, selfish man always fears he will not get his share of enjoyment and fears he will do more than his share of the work. The broad-minded, genial man has but one fear, and that is that he will not contribute his full share to the enjoyment of the rest. 'One is a dark cloud, the other is bright, cheery sunshine. People cannot hide their real selves from each other in vacation time. They cannot very successfully do it at any time, and it is very important that in their self-culture if they hope to enjoy va cations they should cultivate the best that is in them. It is a little curious to note on cars, or steamers how soon people come to know and measure each other. The ! genuine man or woman is his or her own letter of introduction. True?, genuine manhood and womanhood have each their own high credentials which speak for themselves every where. Nature kindly labels its own, in most indelible and unmistakable type. Does the enthusiasm or the honest frankness of childhood need TITLE HUNTING. this greatest of all protagonists until I saw my chance and took it, was sim ply that Shakespeare's sympathies were with Plutarch and the Noncon formist Conscience, which he personi fied as Brutus. "From the date of Shakespeare's play onward Engiand believed in Bru tus with growing hope and earnestness until the assassination in the capitol was repeated in Whitehall, and Brutuv got his chance from Cromwell, who found him hopelessly incapable an:! ruled in Caesar's fashion until he died, j when the nation sent for Charles Ii.l because it was determined to have any-1 body rather than Brutus. "v.t au luto ai,.&Iealajr . and John Morley you find Brutus still the hero and Caesar still the doubtful charac ter. It was Ibsen who killed him at last with the selfsame steel that slew the Tennysonian King Arthur. That left the dramatic field fre at last for. Caesar and for Forbes Robe-rv.m." any letters (o ir eni'fi of either, children of.n ', j , oa know the exist after all, but '' r grow: i. i his to io wi; li va ve;y much, my dear . - you, who have en e memories you bring f the genial spirits ? not. among your j -rr-it wnar nas tcariom-. Much, ; friends. I appei. i joyed thorn, if t ' nono wnn vot; j choice trc isures. Many the:, expense of n may cost, you Jit have a vacation thousand miles t and to moot friM. when my family ' charming vacatk Boyce's woods, or water A good ti go -!! -alk to gi -in the language o' nnot affoi e the i .' it ion. Vacations or much. We ean ywberp. I go a s-e with my family . of early days, but ! here I had most in Glen Miller, ' banks of Wiiiie- an up; I -nmes: "A bite at m apple, a eeat on the grass And a plenty of cold water, at nothing a glass." Then seated in the shade of trees, in some beautiful place near him, and there are so many of them about Rich mond and you are enjoying a vaca tion the memories of which will brigh ten ail the coming year. Money is not the only wealth in this world. He who has millions must bear the burden of his wealth, but from his parks the sweet perfume of his flowers will be wafted to us. We who have the right spirit within us can realize that "nature, kind mother alike to us all" like the crea tor is "no respector of persons," and it matters little who holds the title deed to the surface of the earth to day, their titles may slip from under their feet tomorrow. We the humb lest and poorest of us are each "the heir of all the ages," and all the glory and beauty and sweet harmonies, of vacation time are ours. No one sense of the word we are or may be very rich. The poet says: "If thou art worn and hard beset With sorrows that thou wouldst for get, If thou wouldst read a lesson that will keep Thy heart from fainting and thy soul from sleep, Go to the woods and hills, no tears Dim the sweet look that nature wears." But I have not told ou much about my vacation. Who can describe one fitly? I started on the Sth day of August. Went to Dayton on the elec- fo FUKMTUKE STORE trie car, thence on a sleeping car of the Big Four road to Boston via. Co lumbus, Cleveland, Buffalo, Albany, thence East through the hills of West ern Massachusetts, across the Con necticut Valley to Springfield and the next day stepped out of the same car I entered at Dayton in the great Union station in Boston, the largest passenger depot in the world, cover ing almost thirteen ncres of ground. I had deep sea fishing, shore fishing and inland fishing wan my Doys anajRelatng we had fine luck as our strings oi . Hake, sea perch, pickerel and black , bass proved. I went inland among the hills, delivered an alumni address at tended when wo were boys. i ,uuci" : c r ;,r 1 Was. lieu 1 Iiluru liic uiu inou- tutiou the old bell as of yore was call ing come! come! come! "Its music just the same dear Tom." Twas forty years ago." I met a few old grey-headed class mates and a lot of younger ones. I have come to admire grey heads any how. With a certain class they are fashionable. They are the white roses in the gar den of our common humanity. The younger alumni will have them soon enough if they live long. Young fel lows were playing ball on the common and old men were looking on. They used to look at us boys when we played there in the long ago. Is our life a cradle and do we be it long or short come back at last liite the wounded hare, to our starting point? If so it may account for the "juxtaposi tion position of the cradle and the grave." I have heard spoken of somewhere. ' All who can go to the sea shore for vacation go in the long summer days. Go where "There are daisies in the meadow and bloom on the hill. There is music from the tree-tops and laughter from the ril'.i. The cloud-shadows glide across the meadow and the lea, And the white sail flutters on the laughing sea." if you cannot go to the seaside .go out Into the woods and fields. Give weary brains a rest and let your tired bodies feel from the touch of earth and commune with nature. The Gypsy blood in everybody cares for it. Wealth flies to the sea and the hills for rest and enjoyment. We will come back to our work stronger and happier. Above all things do not for get the truth there is in the great po et's lines: "There is a pleasure in the pathless woods; There is a rapture on the lonelv ciftv vv' vie .none intrude. By rh- deep rrui ; ."' Cnjoy at lea. v.';! you goo 1 1 n re. toil you a' ufar ok' city c r--undines. ca; and music it. its a short varr-tinr.. It I may if T can find it what I saw 'n the Boston and it? nu. L. C. ABBOTT, YERY OBLIGING. He Answered All Questions r.d iven OfTsred Fjrthor Information. A final!, jui- t lok!u man, smoking cignr, -sat by tfcc side of a n.-e- iiu sized automobile that was drcwa of thf road as a large tcurjjtg car c.;"-e aloug, driven by a mam with an interrogatory aspect. Th man In the touriug car slowed ?; and leaned over. Ilow long you been here?"' Abotit two hpurs." an't you iind out what the matter is? "re" .iiMe with spnrk plug?' It j 4 ! lk not." 9 "How are your batteries?" !T "O K." "Haven't got a short circuit, have you?" "Oh, no." "Got any gasoline in your tank?" "Pleuty." "Would you mind telling me, sir, just what's the matter with that machine of yours?" In answer the man pointed to a iiirge red farmhouse In the distance. "See that house out there ?"-he asked. "Yes, sir." "Well, sir, there isn't anything the mntter with this machine, but since uoon my wie has been In that house kissing her sister's first baby goodby. When she gets through, if you are not over 1,000 miles 'away and will leave your address, I will telegraph or cable you the glad news at my own ex pense." Collier's Weekly. SHOPPING IN GREENLAND. East Coast Natives Make Trips Last ing Four Years. When the Greenlander of the east coast goes a-shopping, It is no light matter of a day or a week. The snow hut holder of th far north, on finding that his supplies are running low, packs up his belongings and walks off, with his wife and family. He keeps on walking, summer and winter, for it takes him anywhere from one to two full years toreach a settlement where there are shops. Whole colonies some times Join in these pilgrimages from their northern dwelling places, camp ing by the way as weather and inclina tion permit. One might suppose that such protracted journeys would be fol lowed by long stays at the place of business. Not so. The Eskimo spends little more time over the shopping for which be has come so far than does a woman bargain hunter at the periodical drapery sales with us. Sometimes two hours finish the transactions, and the purchaser will start on his Jong return journey northward. The fine bear and fox skins which he has brought with him are bartered for secondhand clothes, tobacco, old iron and many articles not only valueless, but actually Injurious to the buyer. A life which can afford a four years' shopping trip now and again does not strike one as orerstrenuous. London Scraps. DUNHAM'S SANTOS-DUMONT'S ' LATEST SENSATION IS A HYDROPLANE (Continued From Page Three.) president ..ft waa mrtCf chant5ng journ v CQuld pos,5bjv , 5 1 - f rJ MontesS" Menon I'l - " ' 1 ILUC--M. Ill j . nrL, u. spiemiKi sea ui rumus ibeaurul - After R-mboumet we were surprised by a thick cloud of mist, but the Moette behaved snlen-1 didly. Mille. Gache was able to take some most interesting photographs of the shadow of the balloon on , the ; clouds." A curious comment on the French. : who are known to be so economical is the number of po:-,;of fice savings ; bank deposits which for some reason : or another are abandoned. Every year j the Journal Officiel publishes a de- tailed account of the balance sheets j of the savings bank oi thirty years ago which have never been reclaimed. The curious thing is, what has be come of the owners of these deposits ! a ft U'h ' nova thov Yi i r little economics to the state? All the social conditions are represented in j this curious list, but the most of those j who have thus forgotten their econo mies are servant girls, concierges, omnibus conductors, gendarmes and policemen. The statistics show that eight books in a thousand are abandoned,1 and eventually the state enters into ! possession of 63 centimes in every 1,- 000 francs deposited. Another curious fact about these forgotten bank de posits is the remarkable names of the depositors Souveraiue, Symodocee, Ismerie, Auguste, Ephrem, Calists, Honorat, Zelie, Gedeon, Adoxie, Mo deste. Lorenza and Narcisse are some of them. An agitation has been started in fashionable society here to get the theatres closed earlier. Most of the theatres start at 8:30 or 9 o'clock (mostly the latter) and do not Hose until 12 o'clock or after. This is con sidered to be very late and it leaves no time for those festive little sup pers which are the delight of gay so ciety. People do not want the play to be gin earlier, because that would make Jtrniu-r eariy t: cur. it short, b-o it is the genera! o.i'nion that the e!itre'?'-:er ore mueii too long and that if these couM e ;--hoi icned the plav woubi be ovei rJ n .t 11:30 and I leave plentv of Mire, for the bonle ivard restaurants. j The question is nether in these days, when the competition r t'ie theatres Is so great and so much elab orate mtse-eii Kr' ne ia requiitd for each net, iakhig tip a lot of time, the managers can and will consent to shorten the ' waits" between the acts. Of course the fashionable restaur ateurs are in favor of the change, and M. Paillars if taking a leading part In the. movement to try and make the theatre managers understand that their audiences must be let out earl ier. What u melar.eho";. sight 'the bot tom of Sati Franceo bay must pre sent. A diver recently told me of goi as down to the City of Chester, suTiK many yefiri. ago at the m., i;L of tne harbor by one of the L., China eter.;ners. Ho descended with a stout heart and a mind lured to the tragedies of the sea, but when he saw two sisters of charity sleeping quietly in their berths, and nearby, a man on his knees, swaying back and forth with the motion of the tide, and a dim mysterious light over all the somber objects his heart failed him and he gave the signal to be haul ed up. The San Rafael lies there too. She went down in 1901, sent to the botom by a collision with another steamer in the fos. The relentless tide runs over her cozy cabins and beautiful stairway, dark with the pass age of time. San Francisco Call. C. C. & L Excursions fo- ..Jamestown Exposition.. and return Coach Tickets, 12 days I $12.85 15 Days' Ticket ...$18.10 60 Days' Ticket ...$21.40 Season Ticket $24.00 Via C, C. & L. to Cincinnati, C. & O, B. & O. or N. &. W. R. R.'s. Round Trip Homeseekers' Tick et to the South and South East; to the West and Southwest. One-way Colonist Tickets to Cal ifornia common points, $37.35. One way Colonist Tickets to the west and north west at greatly re- ,duced rates. Fop particulars, call C. A. BLAIR, P. & T. A., Home Tel. 44. Richmond. Nyal's Hair Toni c Gradually darkens gray hair and makes it soft and glossy. Dandruff is caused by bacterial action. This preparation being antiseptic, steps action of the bacteria. Price 50c. Quigley's Drug Store 4th and Main For the Form and Complexion DO NOT BE THIN BEAUTY is irresistible, and a The preservation of one's charms your precious jewels, laces and years but of feeling, and beauty woman will stimulate the charms those she has lest. GEISHA SKIN FOOD should be usd by every woman who has the least desire to be at tractive. 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W.J.SMITH K S 1103 Main Street, Ground floor f Round Trip TO Cincinnati Via O. O. L. R. R. Sunday, Oct. 20th Train lvs. Richmond 5:15 a. m. Train lvs. Boston 5:30 a. m. Train lvs. Kitchell 5:40 a . m. Train lvs. Cottage Grove.. 5: 53 a. m. Train lvs. Bath 6:05 a. ro. Train lvs. Peoria 6:18 a. m. Returning leaves Cincinnati 9 p. m. For particulars call on C. A. Blair, P. & T. A., Richmond, Ind. Home Tel 44. GET YOUR FIRE INSURANCE, BONDS AND LOANS OF MOORE & 0GB0RN, Room 16, I. O. O. F. Bldg., Richmond. Ind. Telephones Home 1589. Bell 53R QTU ABiIT"V FIRST ALWAYS We use only the purest drugs the markets , altord. Have filled over 50,000 prescriptions. Let us fill yours. W. H. ROSS DRUG COMPANY. Phone 77. i 804 MAIN ST. hl vvt:n Arranged Home Is Not Complete unless the kitchen contains one of our Gas Ranges. We will furnish any home in the city with a New Frocks Artificial Gas Range 'on easy weekly or monthly payments. Mclimoitd Light; Meat and Power Company i SKIN FOOD great factor in worldly success. requires more care thr.n you give to bric-a-brac. Age is not a matter of is a woman's birthright. A wlsd she Is losing, and endeavor to regain 23 G. E. EYERS a aa a a a a a.a a a a.aXa "a a a a a a" sfa "a s ; VVOKOERS OF ELECTRICITY I APPENDICITIS Now cured withotj an operation. AIs urinary and sexu; maladies of men an women cured in th privacy of their ow homes by this nc direct current systcu Far superior ti any electric bell Filling the Lungs by the continuous direct current cures any curable case of throat and lung trouble. Call on. or write J. Charles, 24 S. 13th St., Rich mond. Ind., for free book giving full particulars. How Stove Putty Affects Health. Sickness usually starts with a cold !'. result of an uneven tcmiM-raturo In I ho re,.;. HKe putty falls out of tho b-ajns. causlm; i lack of control of tho fire, tu nc tho Im-m cannot bo kept uniform. 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