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g THE WASHINGTON POST TUESDAY FEBRUARY FE RU RY 7 f 1699 S
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WOMEN wor EN WEAR THE YOKE YOKEDame YOKEDame YOKEIlaliic
Dame Fashion Placed it Upon UponPretty UponPretty UponPretty
Pretty Necks NecksFORECASTS NecksFOUECA NecksFUlECASTS
FORECASTS FOUECA rrs FOR SPRING COSTUMES COSTUMESSome COSTUJIESSome COSTUMESSnute
Some Serviceable S Illntsin This Direction DlrectiontiItat DirectionWhat DlrectlonWhHt
What to Uo < > with Uh AfterChristmas Bar narcall1liIloullcQc BargainsFlounced IlarKHtiiK
KHtiiK call1liIloullcQc Flounced They Must Be if In theLatcitFashiuuPuffed the thaLulctl the1aItJit
LatcitFashiuuPuffed Lulctl Fu IahlulIIu1fd hlou ruffed SleeyeiArn l leees Are Still Stillin stlnIn Stillin
in the Hliii ItlneLata Lata Styles In Gowns and andAccessories andcceuorle andAccessories
Accessories cceuorle forFuKUionnblo for aabloDablo Women WomenSpecial WomeDE WomenSpecial
Special E laI CorrnfttBdenee of The Post PostNew PortXcw PostNew
New York Feb 3 3It It Is evident from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the spring models In the process of mak making making makI ¬
ing for visitors to the South that we weure wear6 weare
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are not going to be bereft of our yokes yokesThey yokesThey okcs okcsThey
They have proved prov so becoming that they theywill theywill theytrill
will form a distinguishing feature of o all allfoulards allfoulan1s allfoulards
foulards The model we illustrate this thisweek thiswtak thisweek
week Is a charming example exampleIt
It can be b made with lace flounces or orthose orU orthose
those U OBe of the material as preferred but butflounced buttlounCed buttiouneed
flounced It must be if you ou care to be in inthe Inthe Inthe
the latest s style tyle The lace yoke over satin satinwith satinwith satinwith
with the lace tops of the sleeves carrying carryingout carryingout carryingout
out the idea of breadth which we feared fearedto fearedto fearedto
to lose when we gave up our puffs Is a ahappy alIapp ahappy
happy lIapp creation The velvet bands give givethe givethe givethe
the touch needed and the color of the thewhole thewhole thewhole
whole Is like that of a cluster of Parma Parmaviolets Parmaviolets Parmaviolets
violets white and colored We have not nothowever nothoweer nothowever
however quite given h n up puffed sleeves as asone asone asone
one of the gowns in the group shows and andwe andwe andwe
we hear vague whispers that In thin ma maticlans ma mat mattrial
t ttrial ticlans < rials we shall see many man of the legof legofmutton legofmutton legofmutton
mutton shapes shapesThere shapeJTht shapesThere
There Tht > re is still much to be planned yet yetUf et ethtort
1 Uf htort tiore ore we reach our summer wardrobes wardrobesiul war robes robesud
iul a really serious question for many manyus manyus manyus
us is what hat shall we do with the Janu Januury Janl1i1r January
ury i1r bargains we have invested investl in It ismt Is Isnot Islit
not given to all of us to shop both wisely wiselyand wise wiseand wiselyand
and well and very often the thetilings thetillnls thethings
things which under the hands of ofan ofi ofan
i an over ovcoauslble lauslbie salesman seemed seemedMI
MI W o tempting to be resisted prove proveJM
w < JM 1 closer inspection In lltCtton but a delusion and a atnare anare ahare
tnare hare That hat she discovers is rather ratherrre ratherLre ratherr
rre r re than shopsoiled shop lioiled Oh those two twottieoats 10ttloats twothroats
throats ttieoats of rustling silk What shall shalle
e do with them How could she ever everf
1 f I rget that sickle Fashion has decreed decreedthat decreedtliat decreedshat
that our garments for the nonce shall be beinnocent LeInnocent beInnocent
innocent of rustle And so on and so on onDo onu onllo
Do u Nut ul liny Uu Cueuiiie CueuiiiePle Ch llJlue llJluePltue + s sPlease
Ple Please e do not misunderstand me I am amma amnllt amnut
ma running down sales which I believe believet
t h t he most useful Institutions for the thenderlypursed thendtrl thenderlypursed
nderlypursed ndtrl ltUrstd woman Only Onl my ad adis adIto ade
Ito e is this Make take up your our mind before beforeou ber1vI
ou vI go 0 exactly how much you ou can at afvrd atr atrd
vrd r rd to spend and what you ou want to tond tond toend
end nd It on and do not under any clr clrnistanoes clrIII1tantIJ eirin
in nistanoes tanees be persuaded Into purchas purchasK
K things for which you ou can foresee no nomediate nomfodhtte nomediate
mediate need The latter course is isway isway
way 111 mftdwtic madness lies Things Thingsr
r t at are bought because eCIlUSl they are so son sorap
n rap > ap or so pretty or I am sure I Ian Ian I
an find a use for them by and by b have haveen havefill havetin
en unpleasant knack of getting get tins out of offashion ofI offashion
fashion I hlon ere n ever that happy time arrives arrivesAnd arrheslld arrivesAnd
And lld now perhaps a word as to the thecif thesort theaf
cif st sorts sort of investment may not come comen come1I1 comeen
1I1 n is w Lingerie I ln f > rle for instance The fash fashti
ti 1 In n undergarments does not nearly nearlyange nt nearlytogs arl arlnlC
togs nlC HO rapidly rapid I ts s does that of our ourHer IJUrIhr ouritrr
Her attire wherefore a purchase or ore oreen I Iton
een e > en a series of purchases urchases of tills tl lM kind is isAlways IslwllYoi Issdways
Always lwllYoi to tx bto recommended r ommtndcl on the score scoreor scoreof scoreof
of economy tonom and COMD common n sense senseSollio stmeSctUIU senselofue
Sollio Isrilll ICitivkkHUck ICitivkkHUckI islcLkNackLace lckkHucI lckkHucIIace
I Lace ace handkerchiefs handktlhl handlterchlefsindeed f8lndted Indeed handker handkerchiBf handkerchhtt handkerchiefs
chiefs of any lin kind so jo4 long as they the are arev arewhite i ihite
v white trite and > f mood IUaHtyahlO quality also hosiery hosieryparticularly hosieryparticularly i ifartkularh
particularly silk hose h which may mil often oftenbe oftenbe
be 11 picked up at a third of Its usual cost costat costnt costat
at salt It ttinf tlmal1 all these tht things are of the thejjort thetort thesort
tort but little lltil affected by b fashion or at atny atany atany
any ny rate no noticeably noUNa hi affected atT ted Smart Smartiv SmartCt
iv Ct cr trimmed pttlc petticoats at ab shopsoiled shopsoiledcmaare shopsoiledt thOIlioild11tan
cmaare t 11tan also 1110 frequently to be had muchwader much muchvuler muchvader
vader cost price Gloves particularly Jl the theways
1 ilK suede gloves far evening wt wear t It I Iays s ssays
ways ays safe are to buy bu while hllf a chance of oflulrlng or1IIrln ofyulring
lulrlng 1IIrln lace laeertal real lace laceshould should never vtr vtritd be bea besrd
a itd ed If your purse pur will vulgarly v tigarly speakrun speak speakrun speKlrun
run to it it The bent be t fieri sorts to buy buyHruHcela bu buBruNebi buyRruseelts
HruHcela Point de cI Flandien Point de deMil der1 derisp
Mil r1 risp and Point de Prunes nru ell Thesr Th It Itaf Itf Itrfr
> af rfr f to t tl3 say ay are always in fashion faulunntheir t fashionle lIhltln lIhltlnLlf
Llf le < their value incr Inc increases s f with every everyi everythat
oj i that hat pa paliHA Do not disdain a piece piecea llee lleeit
a r it should h HiW Happen to haw h v a small smallir > > mall mallt
x t ir r flaws be ahthtiy l rhtly tern or have havein h1fndtd havemeided
in ndtd nded All this counts < ount or ahuuk ahuukM
M f t f fur < r nothing beside b ide the tact that thati thattbe
i vim me the penex4er r 19 es 6tMer er of a l piece of ofs orlitCt ofhe
s if lace for r r which the pr pr6tJentdH pr6tJentdHI presentdaye < entdHy entdHyie
01 ie e so 0 manffald that t u to attempt to toTU toft torL
TU rL ft th them m hire hter would be b Impossible Impossibleu fmpo lble lbleJ
J Iv u 110 0 Oil Oili ll llI
i rl o not advise you to invest In dress dresaruis drest dressaterms
I
aterms t ruis unl unless you happen 1 Jt to have Im Imi
i d r n4 i of t them or they the are re r of the theI theways
II I jway ways a1I In fashion such as for In Infr inr 1
r fr eraee r melton m lto or broadcloth A AtbUviiable Art I II
I rt > tbUviiable ma mt material I r ri nI I unless unl as I IJiJ I Id It
t d > > JiJ 1 you tJU can an use It at once youi you youlii ou i
lii i d serer iv r purchase < The chances are areOM aretor areto
I tor to t OM or J that t biU it will 11 b bf hopeleraly hop hO le3ly leJ1al de deyou dpI
t i I J1 lr I you 00 want to wear It EspeI Espe Bspeihi
I I > e this ihi true In regard rArc to dress dresstiV cr S i ir inu
t r II > III any Ptw or J popular pular shade on A At
1 t I tl I of r good UQf black silk point de
f 1 h lr It r I L rnC3ht or ItrnaIt Itengaline nu on ont onr
t It t r hand S is alwYIi worth Investing Inv etlntr I Ii
i s t tiV 1 1 a length Klh of ° wlt white or cream creamj I Ij r
j ftl who h can at rirrr YIl Ie turned to ae aei4J acat
Jute j i4J 11 t v ninic icown gown
at Ut iei Huu 1 otut I1l moment a lace robe
Is a thing thin you should on no account omit omitto omitto omitto
to secure S cure If a kindly chance throws one oneyour oneour oneyour
your our way wa since 8In lace robes are likely to tocontinue tocontinue tocontinue
continue in fashion for some time to tocome tocome tocome
come The Th little lace Jackets Jacke a la Louis IjouisQulnze LouisQulnze LouisQulnze
Qulnze are also most desirable things thingstfom thlnsstom thingstom
tfom tom a modistic point of view and If you youcome youcome OU OUcome
come across one on of the new ones in black blacklace blacklace blacklace
lace jet embroidered do not let It es escape escape escape ¬
cape you ou These are veritably the der dernier dernler derflier ¬
flier cri as I have already told you OU and andhappy andhappy andhappy
happy the woman whose wardrobe con contains contalmi contains ¬
tains one of them themAs themAs themAs
As with the Jetted jackets so with the thechenilleembrwlJvred thechenilleembroidered thechenillelmbrtldtre
chenilleembrwlJvred robes although as asthey a5the asthey
they the have just ju t made their appearance ithink I Ithink Ithink
think it extremely extr nfly doubtful if they UIC will willbe willbe willbe
be encountered it t any of the winter wlnt sal stles stleshowever > lls llsHowever s sHowever
However a word t to the wise Is auUIcIent auUIcIentand 3uJIelentmll attlicientand
and if you ou do happen on one make it ityour Itocr Ityour
your ocr own for they are ar likely lIkel to be 1 > e the therage therag therage
rage rag during clurln the ensuing season seas n as they theyare theyare theyare
are at the present lrC3ent moment In Paris ParisOf ParisOf ParisOf
Of the th lailltted iai11 ° tted robes I cannot speak speakwith sreakIth speakwith
with Ith such uCh certainty certa nt since though these theseare thes thesare theseare
are still very ver well worn we have had a atolerably atol atolerably
tolerably tol rabl lengthy spell of them and thy thymay tJioymay jHY jHYm
may m not continue long lonl In feminine favor favorthough favorthough favorthough
though there t ere is i something to be said for fora fora or ora
a white net robe pallletled with cut steel steeland otceland 03eland
and made up over white satin with Stezipassementerle sltl sltlpassementerie > tf21 tf21passementerle
passementerle bands by way of shoulder shoulderstrnf3 shoulderRtrnr shoulderstraps
straps Rtrnr a twist of rosepink mauve mau or orturquoise orturquoise orturquoise
turquoise blue velvet round the waist ard arda
a corsage ce > rsae bouquet bouqu i of roses or flowers flowersmatching ftwersmatchn flowersmatching
matching matchn the waistband In hue hu Olio On of ofthese r rthese fthese
these robes in black steel or slver em embroidered embroidered m mbroidered ¬
broidered makes a useful little dress fir firtheater f r rtheater rtheater
theater or dinner wear and an old Dljick Dljickslip blclcR1p bitckslip
slip so o long Ion as It Is s well cut can always alwaysbe aiwasbe aiwaysbe
be called into requisition as a founda fotndalion foundation COIII11lion ¬
lion Most Iost of these robes have a bodice bodicepiece bolctpllce hot1 et etpiece
piece as well but when this Is not III IIIcase 1 thcase he hecase
case a good Brussels Uro 5ls net can be utilize utilizefor iHUiroe1Cor utliizelfor
for the purpose purpo e and the paillettes on the theskirt toeskirt theskirt
skirt matched In passementerie passementerieGuuxCruz pnsi passementerieGun m nterle nterleGUIU
GuuxCruz Gun Cru Otur her Chiffon ChiffonBut ChinonBut ClliffenBut
But to go 0 on again a dress length ofchiffon of orchiffon ofchiffon
chiffon or moiusellne moan eline de sole soels is another anotherthing anotherthing anotherthing
thing you should Shoh rl endeavor end aor to make maJc your yourown yourown oJr oJrown
own when you encounter it at a moder moderate motleate moderate ¬
ate price There has never been a time timewhen timewhen timewhen
when chiffon nousseline de sole and andgauzes anc ancgauzes andgauzes
gauzes of f all kinds have been so popur popuurand popuranJ popurant
and held In such longcontinued favor as asnow itSnow asnow
now All 11 the srccrtest gowns savin saving and andexcepting andexcepting lndxcepUn
excepting xcepUn the th > lace an chenille embrold embroldered embroidered i iere
ered ere ones above mentioned are made madeone of ofone e f fone
one or the other of the thee = e materials white whiteas whil whilas whileas
as for tulle tho th uptodate upt date modiste ha lnaapparently haapparently haDpparently +
apparently gone one mad over it and It serves servesnot servesnot erve3not
not alone alon for the gown OI of the debutante debutRnttI
j I aetat sweet eighteen but for her moth mother mother mother ¬
er of esMaacthirty el ta 1 < thIrt and the later latermanages laaeInanages lattermanages
manages to look well In It too though thoughof
of course she tears it with a differ difference differenceentredeuxed dHrcrneI nce nceentredeuxed
I entredeuxed with lac la lace and benowered b f1ower d anJ anJembroidered aniembroidered lnJI
embroidered with the Louis Qulnze bow bowin bowIn bowin
I in the narrowest of black velvet ribbon ribbonTruly ribbonI ribbonTruly
I Truly the th Louis Lonl Low Is ubiquitous and andencountered an anencountered andencountered
encountered on every ery portion of our ou at attire attire attire ¬
tire tireThe The latest whim In petticoats pettlcoats petticoatsis Is of white whitecambric whitecambric whitecambric
cambric lace la frothed fr < the < l to l to a inarve marvel the theflounces theflounces theflounces
flounces caught catl ht up here and there with withthese wit1these withthese
these same bows in black velvet ribbon ribbonand ribbennd ribhenand
and nd wonderfully well it looks too Ru Rumor R Rmor ttumor ¬
mor credits a certain rtaln pretty actress with withintroducing wlhIntroduclnr withintroducing
introducing the th mode but be that as a it itmay ttmay t tI
may mest women om < n will I fancy Canc be gal galto gaJto galto
to copy it Apropos Apr pos of bows though you youmay YlIUma youmay
I may ma safely Invest In t in these the e when you come comeacross comeacross comeacross
across them for despite their t lelr unbounded unboundedpopularity unboun unboundedpo < lel lelI
popularity p po Dularity at the present moment n ment they theyarc th tharc theyare
I arc likely to hold the 1 field eld for some time timeyet timeI timeyet
I yet
Another thing you should not miss Is Isa isa
a remnant of o brocade of suitable length lengthfor Iln lengthfor th thfor
I for a tea jacket These are very smart smartwhen smatwhen smartwhen
when properly made and are quite qult ns nswell asyreli 19 19I
well val1 worn as the tea gown of which whichone whichone whichone
I one hears so much lust now Apropos of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the latter of course if a Paris model modelchances modelchances modelchances
chances your way do not reject It but butbear butbear butbear
bear in mind that the tea gown of o the themoment themoment themoment
moment is by no means mt means ns a floppy garment garmentand garmentand garmentand
and do not be put off with a a model of ofsome offiome ofsome
some two or three seasons back unearth unearthed unearthled unearthed ¬
ed to appear at It twice its original price priceat priceat priceat
led
at the winter sales salesUptt salesUIIhlal61 salesUptodate
Uptt UIIhlal61 > ilut Ten Jacket JacketThe JactThe JacketThe
The uptodate tea gown must fit as astaughtly astaughtly astaughtly
taughtly and trimly as though thou h It t were weremeant weremeant weremeant
meant for outdoor wear and unless you youare youare OU OUare
are the lucky luck possessor poss sso of what the th stor stories storIes stores ¬
ies es call aU a stocky figure or you ou are very verysure verysere verysure
sure that the model can be altered to tofit totit toflt
fit you accurately beware of its fascina fascinations tasclndtlons fascinations ¬
tions It is not for you nor you for It ItBetter ItBettcr it itBetter
Better by far make a length of Roman Romansatin RomansaUn Romansatin
satin or brocaded silk your our own and andwith andwith andwith
with the help of a sewing ilwln woman copy copythe copythe copythe
the original which captivated your our fancy fancyThe fanc fancTbe fancyThe
The amount of material required for a atea atea atea
tea gown own should be about seven yards in ina InI ina
a double width material silk or satin satinfourteen satinfourt satinfourteen
I fourteen fourt en yards yardsseven artls3een seven yards in an art artsatin arti artsatin
i satin because the latter are double doublewidth doublewidthand doublewidthand
width widthand and In addition the amount re required reQuirecl required ¬
quired for or the front If you Incline to tothat toUmt tothat
that style tyle of gown gownTo gownTo gownTo
To revert to tea Jackets you will need needfor neelltor needfor
for one > of the these > > e some ome five or five and andonehalf andonehalt andonehalf
onehalf yards Itrds in single width s slk lk or ormaterh1 ormaterkl ormaterial
material plus Jlus of course our the lace or chif chiffon chlrI chlffon ¬
I fon necessary necess ry for a front and by b the theway thewa theway
way wa the most favorite f vorlte models of thiskind this thiskind thisI
I kind are all a u la Louis Qulnze with lth lthI
fronts strapped with black or colored coloredI
I velvet ribbon clasped cl sped In the center with withpaste withpaBte withpaste
paste or other buckles and with elbow elbowsleeves
I sleeves elaborately t > h11l0ratll filled with lace laceOne 12ceI laceOne
One of the very V r prettiest I have seen seenwas s seenwas tn tnWlots
was carried 3rrl d out in turquoise blue satin satinwith satinwith satinwith
I with a front of pale Parma mauve m Ue chif chi ¬
fon strapped traIP d with violet velvet ribbon ribbonand
t and fastening tastenln with tiny tin antique silver
II but bu bukltS kits A pretty prttl copy COP copy of this for a bru bruntte brunut brunette
nut ml might sin ht be achieved in chestnut
brown Roman satin sa Un or art velvet het of vel velv ye yevteen el eltttn
v vteen t tttn en with Uh a front of flamecolored tlame colored or nrorance orortnc ororange
orange chiffon or tawny t lwn and velvet rlb
bon bons of the chestnutbrown hue
The Th materials n terlals If you exercise due care
I In blyrr biy rr should not come ro o more than
i K all toM tot and you Oll would have a Jacket
quite rinart tl rt enouch for even cn theater or orI orQuiet
I quiet evening eVenln wear wearAdmiral wLonrJtlmlrd wearAdmiral
Admiral Uew lJ Deweys y IuIIMc IuIIMcFT J6IlIlleJretw IehltlcePrei
FT Jretw Prei J IseHe Ht I weekly weeklyrho V Ur UrThe 1lrrho
rho bold proclamation by b Henry Henr Watter Wattersun Wattersun Watterson
sun of the Luuislvlle I CourierJournal Courl rJournal in
favor of the nomination by b the Democratic Demo Democratic Democratic ¬
cratic Party Part of Rear Admiral dmlral Dewey Dewt for fortlr Corth fortht
tht tlr Presidency next year has led to many man manInqulrlli
inquiries regarding r Judln Deweys D weYs political pre predilections pretlrJections predilections ¬
dilections It turns out that the Admiral Admiralha Admlralhas Admlrtlhas
ha has not voted since 5In he entered the navy navyIp nav navI navyIll
I Ip 1 1SH He come from a Republican fam
i Illy lly of Vermont stock and In an interv1Yrw inter intervfcw lfillrvi
vfcw vi v1Yrw published in San Francisco thirty thirtyyears thlrt thlrty thirtyyears
years y ari ago said that he was u Republican RepublicanMr RepublicanMr
Mr Ir WaUereon no doubt will insist that thata
a great 1rt t many man men mehoare who are ar Democrats Democratsnov JlnlocraulnoW Demneratsnow
noW were wt > re Republicans thirty thlrt years arl ago agoAdmiral ngoAelmlral agoAdmiral
Admiral Deweys D wtYI relatives In Vermont Vermontt VtnnontMY Vermontsay
t MY y that he is not a partisan but they th J be believe b bII believe ¬
lieve II he Is s a Republican n pulJlIcan The best b t way wayout wayout wayout
out of the dlllicuhy perhaps would be befor letor befor
for the Republican R publlcan National Convention Conventionto
to nominate Dewey and for or the Demo Democrats Democrlts Demoerats ¬
crats to Indorse the nomination and make makeU mnkiIt makeit >
It unanimous We fear ear however hOW ver the tug tugge fU suggestion
ge gelltlon tlon will not be accepted by b either eitherparty eitherparty eitherparty
party j
FOULARD AND MUSLIN GOWNS GOWNSParma
1 Parma violet foulard and lace gown 2 Lawn embroidery and lace 3 Embroidered and plain lawn
PETS OF GREAT PENS PENSDo UEES UEESDoers
Do Doers s Have Been Their Best BestBeloved BestBeloved BestBeloved
Beloved Mentis MentisSOME lfrielldsI FriendsSOME
I SOME DUMB DU I FRIENDS OF O ROYALTY KOYALTYVictorias ROY ROYALTYVictorias A1TY A1TYYldorias
Victorias Noble Marie Antoinette Jet JetChristinas JetChrlstlnu JetChrlsliuas
Christinas Wulf WulMinund ltnund and Other Oth r Court CourtCuuinch CourtCanhlcbQUCCII CourtCuuhtcsQtlccu
Cuuinch CanhlcbQUCCII Oiieeii Victoria icturia Celebrates Hr Hr1et nrlet ter teriet
let in H liar J H r Memoirs and Cures for Slim lliuiIn 1Uu1III Slimlu
In Hik iii old Ae AcJet Jet Prevented Turin An Antoinette AntuJrnthli Antuinettes ¬
toinette Escape EscaleOtherXoted Other Noted Animals AnimalsFrom AnimalsFrom nlmals nlmalsI
From the New Tort Herald HeraldDogs Uer11dDogs heraldDogs
Dogs have been great friends of Queens QueensAmong QuefnsAmong QueensAmong
I Among them no lady sovereign has shown showngreate showncreate I Ireate
create reate affection for dogs than her majes majesty majest ¬ I II
ty Queen Victoria The dog houses of ofWindsor ofWIndsor ofWindsor
I
Windsor afford excellent examples of orminiature ofminiature j jminiature
miniature architecture They are on a abeautiful aI abeautiful
beautiful auurul slope by the home of the keep keeper lcepcr keeper ¬
I er When the Queen drives up and the thefavorites thefavorites thefavorites
favorites have the freedom of the thesmoothshaven thesmooth thesmoothshaven
smoothshaven smooth haen lawn I wn gamools races and andbarking andbarking andbarking
barking beggar description descriptionOne descrtotionOne
One pet collie rejoiced In the name of ofSlnrp o oSlnrp ofSirup
Slnrp He had all his meals with his mis mistress mlstre5s mistress ¬ I
tress being seldom away aWl from her herThough herThouh herThough
Though such a favorite f vorlte says s s a writer inLloyds In InI J JLloyds
Lloyds I lo ds Weekly Weekl the popularity of the thequadruped theQuadrilp thequadruped <
quadruped Quadrilp d had limits 11m its The household household I jused IJstd Iused
used to retreat before him for Sharp not notonly notinly notonly
only < barked with vigor but could bite bitewith biteith bitewith
with ith spite Even the Queen mentions that thatthe thatbe thatthe
the be pet was fond of fighting fit lin Referring to tonlm i ihim i
him after a ramble she mentions that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the collie coll varied the monotony monoton of the thewalk thewalk thewalk
walk by numerous collie shangles It Is Isthe isthe I
the Highland phrase for a setto between betweendogs betweendogs betweendogs
dogs of Sharps brted One of o them pure purewhite purewhite
white Lily always travels with her majesty ma majesty majesty ¬
I
jesty Other special favorites have been beena
a merry romping little tancolored Ger German German German ¬
man Spitz dog Marco and his wife Len Lenda I Ida Ida
da They have had a large family tamil of ofwhich ofwhich
I
which several members have been given givenaway givenaway Ivcn Ivcnawa
away awa as presents The earlier royal fa favorites favorltes favorites ¬
vorites were Skye terriers and turnspits turnspitsBut turnspitsBut turnspitsBut
But during later lat r times her majesty has hasshown basshown hasshown
shown preference preer nce for collies and Spltzers SpltzersSnowball Spltz SpitzersSnowball rs rsSno
Snowball Sno ball a particularly p rtlcululy graceful grac ul collie is isas Isas isas
as his name Implies of snowy snoW whiteness whitenessThis whitenessThis whitenessThis
This animal was presented pi esented to her on the theoccasion theoccasion theoccasion
occasion of o her jublee jubleeVtct jabllee1Ctril4 jubleesctriae
Vtct sctriae 1Ctril4 ria Tribute Tr t to t Noble NnblrOne NobleOne nblf nblfOne
One dog the elder Noble oble given iven nearly nearlytwenty nearJytwent nearlytwenty
twenty twent years arl ago to the Queen by the theDuke theDake theDuke
Duke of Roxburgh has been commem coirimemorated commemoratfd commemorated
orated by b the recipient It Is In the auto autobiographical autoblograpll1cAI autobiographical ¬
biographical Leaves The writer writerspeaks writersr1taks writerspeaks
speaks of him as the good ood dear Noble Nobleand Xobleand Nobleand
and continues He is the most biddable blddaDledog biddabledoS biddabledog
dog I ever tv saw sawso so affectionate and kind kindIf kindf kindIf
If f he thinks you OU are not pleased with withhim withhim withhim
him he puts out his paws and begs insuch In Insuch fnsuch
such an affectionate way wa He had a aspecial asp aspecial
special sp clal privilege once upon a time of ofguarding otguarding ofguarding
guarding the Queens gloves The record recordof recordof recordof
of tho dog do has a touch of pathos Not Notonly Nottonly ot otonb
only has Nobles obles once rich brown muzzle muzzlegrown muZlecrown muzzlegrown
grown white with years ye rs but the do dOes dOeseesl s seyesight seyesight
eyesight eesl ht has gone one Tied to a string strln he hefollows hefo1101s befollows
follows a keeper Yet the veteran now nowand nowand nowand
and then snatches an exceeding e cttdln joy jo TheQueens The TheQueenu TheQuten
Queens Quten affection for the dog has inereastd increas increastd increasui
td with his infirmities And when the thei theloal thetoyal
i oval toyal lund caresses him as of yore Noble NobleIs NobleIs Nobleis
Is as happy as when wh he h rejoiced In the thebreezes thebreeze thebreezes
breezes and sunshine of Deeside DeesideMarie Deesldelarie DeesideMarie
Marie larie Antoinettes Jet lived in history historyIt
It Is one of the most graphic points in inDumas inDumas inDumas
Dumas Chevalier ot the th Red House Housewhere Hnusewhere Housewhere
where the Queens Qu ens pet Is I Introduced But Butfor Butfor Buttfor
for the noise no 1st made by the dog In a prison prisoncorridor prisoncorridor prisoncorridor
corridor devotees of the unfortunate unfortunateQueen unrortunRteQueen unfortunateQueen
Queen believed that they the might have car carried carried carTied ¬
ried her off in safety atet Tenanting Tenantin a t house housenesr housenear I Inear
near the gaol aol these loyalists had burrow burrowed burowfd burrowed
ed a thoroughfare thorou bare under part of the thebuilding thebUilding thebuilding
building In which the Queen was wa kept keptAllowed keptlIuetJ keptAllowed
Allowed lIuetJ to w walk lk In a passage passar outside tine gneshared tinesharttl shetrl
shat shared trl the t tRoyale he exercise with Elizabeth Mme MmeRoyale lme lmeRoa1e
Royale and J Jet t His acute tar ear caught caughtseunds caught caughtsounds
sounds 8 unds beneath one of f the corridor trap trapdoors trapdoors p pdoors
doors A turnkeys turnkt s attention was drawn drawnto
to the th extraordinary noise nol5 > of the pet and andan andn andan
an n silrtrm was sounded A A search reveal revealed revealed e al altd
ed the subterranean excavation e cavaUon but the tfceconspirators tteconspirators theconspirators
conspirators hud escaped escape After this Jet Jetwas Jetwas Jetwas
was taken from his mistress m tru s She shed shedbitter shedbitter htd htdLitter
bitter tears at the separation separationOueHii Scpi4r separationQuecu 1tlon 1tlonQuell
OueHii Quell Quecu fliiltliM1 1111lIn s YV tit ldrhnnd ldrhnndThat < IMiniind IMiniindThat lLltnodThat
That extraordinary woman Queen QueenChristina QueenChrltlna QueenChristina
Christina of Sweden with her love lov of offield otI offield
I field sports horses and athletic garnet guraeshad gt1t1 gt1t1l garnethad
l had In her time as many favorite dos do
as Queen Victoria Caesar a dashing wolf wolfhound wolfhound ¬
hound always ala s during his life sat with her herat herat herat
at church churl h Having been lamed he was wasleft wasleft
left alone one Sunday Sund1 but leaping from fromtho fromtho fromthe
tho window wln w he hobbled to the cathedral cathedraland cathedraland cathedraland I
and rent the air a with cries for admission admissionThey admissionThey admissionThey
They were heard by b3 < the Queen Soon SoonCaesar SoonCaesar
I
Caesar appeared Christinas finger point pointed pointed ¬
ed to her feet The dog reposed there like likea
a stone effigy effigyCatherine effigyCathirlne effigyCatherine
Catherine of Russia possessed a lovely lovelyFrench lovelyFrench lovelyFrench
French spaniel which she called Babe BabeHe BabeHe BabeHe
He literally cost her his weight in gold goldhis goldhis goldhis
his owner being a capital fellow at driv driving drivint driving ¬
ing a bargain Catherine used to comb comband comband comband
and dress the pet herself herselfIn herselfIn
In February 1643 Queen Henrietta land landed landed landed ¬
ed In Yorkshire at Burlington Sounds Soundsof Soundsof Soundsof I
of battle were in the air They were from fromBattens fromDalLens fromLateens
Battens ships who tried to frustrate the theroyal theroyal
royal rO t1 landing Foiled the Admiral began begana I
a furious cannonade upon the house housewhere housewhere
where the Queen had taken refuge Bat Batten Batten Batten ¬ j
ten wanted her life for fo she had been beenvoted beenvoted beenvoted
voted guilty of high treason trel t1n by the Parliament Par Parliament ¬ I IHament
liament to whom she was an object of ofhatred ofhatred I
hatred Her frIends pressed her earnestly earnestlyto arne > t1y i
to leave She did this and took shelter shelterin shelterIn shelterin
in a ditch outside the town Perilous in indeed Indeed Indeed ¬
deed was her position bullets fast and andfurious andfurious andfurious
furious going goln through the air and drop dropping dropping dropping ¬
ping about She told Mme Ime de Mottaviile Mottevidteall Mottaviileall Mollevlilcall
all her sad and tragic adventures One Onepoint Onepoint Onepoint
point shows the womans heart heartSli heartSh heartSi
Sli Si L J < ve veI i yt Mine MineI JiI1f ittc ittcI
I had an old ugly u IY don doJ she said saidcalled saidcalled saidcalled
called Mitts Ilttf I loved Mlte very ve much muchWhen muchh muchWheu
When h n In the middle of Burlington DurJin < ton street streetI
I remembered rememb re that I had left the dog at atthe atthe atthe
the mercy of the Parliamentary sailor 1 1instantly Iinstantly 1instantly
instantly turned turnt > d went again tothe house houserushed houserushed
rushed upstairs caught up the dog sleep sleeping sleepIng sleeping ¬
ing on the bed and brought her he away awayIt awayIt awayIt
It was W S after this brave and tender exploit exploitthat exploitthat I
that Henrietta Maria gained llned the ditchGood ditch ditchGood ditchGood
Good Queen Qu en Bess was a lover of hounds houndsand houndsand
and all sprts of dogs When the Princess Princtsswas Prlncfs5was Princesswas
II IIand
was undergoing imprisonment at Wood Woodstock Woodstock WoOI1stock ¬
stock Sir Thomas Bedingfleld won her herheart he heleart herheart
heart by the present of a hound She Shefound Shefound I Ifcund
found him such a companionable fellowthat fellow fellowthat fellowthat
that she named him Friend When she shereturned shereturned shereturned
returned to Hatfield Friend was her con constant constant constant ¬
stant playfellow By a coincidence coincidence the theincarceration theIncarceration theincarceration
incarceration of Mary Queen of Scots Scotscousin Scotscoltsin Scotscousin
cousin of ofEli7abeth Elizabeth had a ray of sun sunshine sunshine sunshine ¬
shine in the tJt latter part of the time It Itwas Itwas itwas
was the gambolling affection of a little littleFrench littleFrench littleFrench
French dog He was in the hall at Foth FothInjjay FothInay Fothingay
Injjay on the memorable occasion of the theexecution thetxecutlon theexecution
execution February Februar 1 15S7 8i All her herbeauty herbeauty wr wrbeaut
beauty beaut had gone wrote Dickens Ubut Ubutshe butshe but butshe
she was beautiful enough to her spaniel spanielwho spanielwho spanielwho
who lay down beside Side her headless body
Black end white striped silk wauus waists
I
RAINY DAY CLUB CONVERTS CONVERTSAn
An effort has been made among society societywomen socletrwomen societywomen
women In the last two weeks to organize organizea
a Rainy RaIn Day Club for or the purpose of in introducing introduclnS introducing ¬
troducing a suitable costume for bad badweather bac bacveathe badweather
weather Until the cackling dies down downits dowp dowpIts downits
its pretty Plett hard to tell which cackle cacklemeant cJcklneant cacklemeant
meant business The prospects are that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the argument of an Irate organizer will willhold willhold willhold
hold good when she declared loudly I Ireally Ireally Ireally
really believe you girls glrlsUthere there was not notone notone notone
one under thirty thlrt thirtyprefer prefer to rush around aroundthe aroundthe aroundthe
the streets In rainy weather with one oneentire onentlre oneentire
entire side of your anatomy anatom exposed exposedshowing e exposedshowing posed posedshowing
showing layer on layer of bespatteredskirts bespattered bespatteredskirts bespatteredflklrts
skirts surmounted by one of more re respectable respectable respectable ¬
spectable aspect asp t that actually actuall gets caught caughtup caughtup caughtup
up with the dress skirt than to wear one oneof oneof oneof
of reasonable rea onable length that shows a modest modestpart modestpart modestpart
part of both limbs limbsIf limbsIf limbsIf
If you watch the streets on rainy days daysyou da daysyou s syou
you will find out that she is a close ob observer oberver ¬
server of feminine freaks freaksWhy freaksWh freaksWhy
Why Wh girls glrJswhen when there was a sign of ofsome orsome ofsonic
some of her converts weakening your yourillshod yonrIllshod yourillshod
illshod feet are the cause of the failure failureof failureot failureof
of rainyday dress reform Lopsided Lopsidedtwistedheeled Lopsidedtwistedheeled Lopsidedtwistedheeled
twistedheeled knockkneed bowlegged bowleggedspindleshanked bowleggedsplndleshanked bowleggedspindleshanked
spindleshanked women alone avoid the therainy therain therainy
rainy rain day da reform reformThen rerormThen reformThen
Then every female present thrust her hernether hernether hernether
nether extremities under her chair and andlooked andlooktd andlooked
looked like she was slipping down on her herknees herknees herknees
knees to pray pra Women with straight straightstrong straightstrong straightstrong
strong bodies and an air of owning owningenough owningenough owningenough
enough of the street to walk on take to toshort toshort toshort
short skirts and you ou can hardly keep keepthem keepthem keepthem
them In out of the rain She has a atouch atouch atouch
touch of humor In contrasting her side of ofthe orthe ofthe
the case that would win her laurels in insome Insome insome
some other sort of a contest Now ow be befrank befrnk befrank
frank girls and see how you OU look out on ona ona
a wet day da dayand and we all have to face itsometimes it itsometimes itsometimes
sometimes Here you ouare are with your dress dressup dressup dressup
up on one side and down on the other otherVherelts
Where Vherelts Its up you either leave your pet petticoat petticoat petticoat ¬
ticoat to dip up the mud and wet or ele elevate elevate elerate ¬
vate It to the satisfaction saUst Uon of a peeping
Tom who can tell the style in womens
hosiery hosler as well as you OU can You see hhn
look and In dire confusion lose your hold
Then you go draggling down the block
lake a a hen with
a wet tall until you come
to an unusually unusuall large puddle You see It
just in time to shy sh off o l like a runaway
nag and then snatch at the back of your our
dress with 1th the grace of a small mall boy bo with
a a bumblebee
his
up trousers leg
Chances are your other arm Is full of
bundles up to your chinfor woman
dcesn d doesnt esnt t go o cut ut such days unless she has hasT has1eSS
business 1eSS Now ow where Is y your ° ur umbrella
T Likely piled up with tho bundles and
the ends sticking out to terrify passers
i byor forgotten et your Cour last stopping
i place When Wh n youve oue got your umbrella
iCp up your dress skirts are down when whenyour whenyour whenyour
your skirts are up your umbrella Is s down downmphaticallylfs downmphaticaUrUs downemphaticallyfts
mphaticallylfs little wonder won er that
Washington W hlnKton women o tn dislike rainy weather
At the th market
you are still more at a
disadvantage for you have to carry your yourskirts yourskirts yourskirts
skirts all of the the time Girls lets be sensi ¬
ble and agree aJr e upon a a reasonable r length
that shows an equal part of both bothfeet feet
The meeting meetin was held at a residence residencenear resIdencenellr residencenear
near Dupont Circle and really while It
did not become a a regularly organized organizedNew
Hairy Day Reform Dress Club such as
New Xe York has d h
developed v it won on a num numdiscouraged
ber bar of f converts and nd amona among other things
i discouraged the idea of utilizing the bi bicycle bicycle bicycle ¬
cycle skirt for a l rainyday dress Indeed Indeedcry l11d1 l11d1ry Indeedray
cry ry old skirt cut round about Is better betterthan b betterthan tter tterthan
than a bicycle skirt with its t1I saddle gore goreor goreor ore oreor
or worse still Its sad droop roop In the back backthat backthat backthat
that circa res one the appearance ap antnc of having
been run Into by a a wheelbarrow heeJb rrClw from the therear tbertar therear
rear Besides It has too much knee kn e room
in the front and swings out ungrace ¬
fully An ordinary street 5tr et skirt klrt is f n net nlJtmucn netmace t tmucn
mucn better for fo It always tells its his history hlAtOlY history ¬
tory It one must use a bicycle skirt skirtremodel lIklrtremodeJ skirtremodel
remodel it to set for walkln walking If one on must musteconomize musteconomize musteconomize
economize and use an old skirt take the thetrcuble thetrcuble thetrouble
trcuble to rip It up press it and cut over
by a real r al rainyday skirt pattern Be Besure Besure Besure
sure to put a a narrow facing of canvasabout canvas canvasabout camraJlabout
about the bottom for this advice was waggiven wasgien wasgiven
given to the wouldbe promoter promot r of th thRclcy the
Ratty Days by the th best tailor In Wash Washington V Washinglon ash ashIn ¬
ington In fon Next to the th cut beware of thecolor the thecolor theolor
color olor and taboo your our Paris novelty novelt noveltygive noveltygiveIt give giveIt e eIt
It the Charity C rlty Ml Mission
to son And quite qtftea qtfteaImportant as asimportant asImportant
important an a a ail JI th the rest be sure your yourgoods yoorgoods our ourgcdB
goods has been well shrunken for If I It Ithas Ithas ithas
has not you OU will find It hanging in your yourrloset yourlo yourcloset
closet lo t some day looking lookln for all the world worldlike worldlike worldlike
like the calves had chewed It ItSome ItSome it itSome
Some advice dvlce from a swell swe New Yorker Yorkerdid Yorkerdid Yorkerdid
did not come amiss She says M Put Putyourself Putyou Putyourself
yourself you U together substantially substntiaUyJeaving substntiaUyJeavinganything leaving Jeavlnifanything leavinganything
anything out of It your makeup that tha cant cantUnd enlJtI4bmd cantstand
stand Und a drizzj It nature failed to give gJvtyou 11 11you giveyw >
you eurlfl dont affect them Unle Unless your yourcollar yourcollar Our
collar Is well 611 enough fJ Ou h laundered to with withstand withstand withstand
stand the damp wear a stock tock Have your OIU OIUI
I
I coat fit you ou and your our skirt as well Let LetI LetIt Letit
I it strike you three or four Inches above aboveI
I the ankle bone as this clears the curb curbTien curhI curbalien
I alien Tien you step down Underneath It have havetlr havea
1 m pair tlr of wellfitted trousers of the same sameI
I material materialnever n > terIalneer never wear an < in underskirt Wear Wearj Weargood
I j good ol strong boots cut high and taboo tabooleggins tabooheggins
j leggins They get watersoaked besides besidesthey besidesthey
they only onl serve to accentuate deformities deformitieswhile deformitieswhile deformitieswhile
I while If you ou have the proper pro er thing In a ahighcut aj ahighcut
j highcut boot and fill It out accordingly accordinglyVenus accordinglyVenus accordinglyVenus
Venus herself might grow green with withenvy withenvy withenvy
envy Now your hat must be free from fromfollies tromCollies fromfollies
follies that weep with the rain Take one oneof oneor oneof
of the soft French felts for Instance Instanceand Instanceand instanceand
and fold about it a a scarf scar Its according accordingto
to where you wear It on your head headwhether headwhether headwhether
whether It is becoming or not Have Havaabout Haveabout Haveabout
about your waist a strong leather beltwith belt beltwith beltwith
with a strap for the umbrella where It Itmay Itma3 itmay
may < swing gracefully from your aide aidewhen sidewhen Ide Idewhen
when not In use Have a small pocket or orso orSG orst
so st for tucking awaj your purse and hand handkerchief handkerchief handkerchief ¬
kerchief Wear We r strong sensible gloves glovesLast glovesLast glovesLast
Last but not least really more Import Important Important important ¬
ant than all elsestand straight head headup hea heaup headup
up step free and thank fashion for the therainyday therainyday therainyday
rainyday Idea IdeaAmong IdeaAtl10ng ideaAmong
Among the most enthusiastic local con converts conv converts ¬
verts v rts are two of the younger girls rls who
had been be n fainthearted at first They both
have regulation rainyday tailormade
dresses and all of the appurtenances appurtenancesthereof appurtenancesthereof appurtenancesthereof
thereof It is told on one that she rushed rushedout rushedout rushedout
out from a reception when a drizzle set et
in that sh 1c irIght rIh igh go gt o home and put on OnI
her rainyday garb while the other in incessantly Incessantly incessantly ¬
I cessantly watches the weather forecast
These are but two enthusiasts It takes takestime takestime
time but Is worth while for with her
j jrnty inty dress hat coat boots and um umbrella umbrella umbrella ¬
I brella she may mn be sixty but In a Wash ¬
ington drizzle she will feel like a a two twoyearold twoearold twoyearold
yearold earold on a mile stretch stretchIlanlM stretchltan stretchtaut
IlanlM ltan taut for Parlor Decoration IlecorutioaFrom IJecorltlclIFrom DecorationFrom
From Harpers I1ar rs Kazan KazanFew IaarFew EazarFew
Few homes nowadays among the thewealthy thewealthy thewealthy
wealthy and welltodo classes are with without wlthlout ¬
lout 1 out their complement of plants for the thedecoration theI thedecoration
decoration of hall and parlor But It Is Isseldom IsteJdol1 isseldon
I seldom that we find these plants In fine finecondition finecondition finecondition
condition In many instances the plants plantschosen plantschosen
I chosen are such as are not able to adapt adaptthemselves adaptthemselvts adaptthemselves
themselves to the conditions under which whichthey whIchI whichthey
they are kept In others failures either eithertotal eithertotal eithertotal
I total or comparative result from lack of o
knowledge of the care required by the theplants tJ1eplants theplants
plants To achieve achl e success in n this branch branchof branchor branchplant
of plant culture one must study condi conditions conditions conditions ¬
tions which cannot be 1 > e overcome and se ¬
lect such plants as will adapt themselves themselvesto
to them and one must also learn what
kind of treatment each plant pl nt calls for forunderstanding Corunderstandinb forunderstanding
understanding that plants have their dif ¬
ferences and peculiarities g quite the same sameas sameas sameas
as persons and that the same kind of
treatment will not answer for all of them
In this way and In this way only will willwe wfUwe willwe
we be able to give them intelligent int < JIIgtnt care car
The list of really good ood plants for hallend hall halland haUQnd
and parlor i > arJor use Is I not a long lon one If I Iwere Iwere Iwere
were asked to make out such a a list for forgeneral forltitie or oreeral
general eeral al use It would Include the follow ¬
ltitie ing nlmsLatanla > atania borbonlca Phoenix Phoenixroclinata PhotnlxrUnata Phoenixreclinata
roclinata Chamaeropo excelsa Areca
duteacens Ittte cens and Slefonhla elegans Ficus Ficuselashca FicUSelash Fieuselastia
elashca elash a or rubber point Aspidistra
lurida variegata varle varlegataAgave ta Agave Queen Victoria
GrevMIea robusta Asparagus Aspar ruH sprenKcerll sprenKcerllAntherlcum spren sprengeerliAnthcricum eerll eerllAnth
Antherlcum Anth rlcum variewtum varle atum This list gives
twelve t elve plants differing dltrt > rlng greatly Jr atly in habit habitand flves habitand labitand
and size and affords u LI sufficient variety
ttt suit most occasions occasionsWliat OCcaIODSrJlat occasionsbat
bat Our Jur Knowledge I Is Good For ForFran iurFr ForFrets
Fran Fr rn Swlbneri SwlbneriThe StrtbllULThe SeribnersThe
The attainment attainment of skill kill la the alpha aa aaIt a3It asit
It Is the omega of science It was the at attempt attempt attempt ¬
tempt to t gain perfection r rfectlon in his hl everyday everydaywork everydaywork everydaywork
work that led primeval man to take ke the thewhich theI thefirst
I firt first 1ttps steps In that great movement ot otI
which which the fruition frultor appears in the final de developm deelopment J l
I velopment velopm < nt of our modern moern universities unlvelt s j
I I For the man of highest hlgh t culture also ollo theend the theend theI
I end and object of study Itud Is as Aristotle Aristotleteaches Aristotleteaches rl tUf
teaches tacheA us UI not the attainment atainment of knowl knowledge knowlt knowledge ¬
edge t e but th the perfecting p rtecUn of ff conduct and andthJ Ond Ondth andths
thJ th ths J U I true net only onl when we conceive conciv of ofconduct fr frconuct ofconduct
conduct conuct na 1 our action acton In n relation to other othermen otbermen othermen
men but al atlO also if t we look lok upon uJon It aa D action aton
in relatlcn to the objects object and anc conditions conditionswhich conitons conitonswbich conditionswhich
which surround Juround us usr UBr usIr
> Ir r I Ircviiuelrecr 1 r b elrr JenliU JenliURichmond Jerlta JerltaS Jeralstst
S etal M n Tlae Feat FeatRichmond L LRlbmon
Richmond Rlbmon Va a Feb FebMr 2 Mr fr Henry Flegenhelrrer Fle Flecenheim Fe Feenhdrr
cenheim genhelrrer enhdrr r counsel enunJ for Moritz fortz Becker Beckerwhose Beckerwho5f Beckerwhose
whose who5f family famiy wag wa deported doprted to tt Russia IuI I has hasnot h hasnot
l not given glvn up hope of securing securln the return returnto returnto returnto
to America Amer of the wife wre and children chidren of ofthe orthe ofthe
the tailor tailr r He proposes pfOplt to make an appeal appealto appel appelto
taiSecretary taiSecretaryr
to the Secretary Stcrftr1 of o the Treasury TreasuryShot Treasur TreasurShut TreasuryStint
Shot In tli Street Srrlt by a Woman TTitmaiiHarry Wlmar WomanSlsteravlile
SJtemJe Slsteravlile W Va Feb 3At 3 a a m mHar mHarry
Harry Har DrKfcnukugn Dtnb ugh used u d twentytight twentytightyeas twentyttht twentytthtreal twentyeightyeas
yeas real was as shot hut and n Instantly instantly killed kfw on onone onane onone
one of the Ue roo mOt t v prominent prominlft nnt streets tr t by Mi Mias lllz 4 4Ella
Ella Ela 1 IIa Bowen orD af x l twenty twent tills Mto UI Bowen Howtn in inIn I IIn isin
In Jail Jll and aD clagedtwenty claims Iml ms herh that tht h Denenbau D Deffenbaugh trtnbuJh h pur purKMttl purJut pursueei
KMttl her tearing tMrn her herclothing clothing Cltbln and n threat threatening threatening ¬
thrtt thrttenlhg
Jut ening her if I she left Jet him himItflluuidcd elm elmLeftbanded Im ImIUIdet <
Itflluuidcd IUIdet Civility CivilityFr CIWlly CIWllyy CivilityFns
Fr y Fns s lUr Il ifarysrs Boar BoarDoi B4itrcivil S1 S1Do
Do Doi you fn find life people pople insurance generally cenerly prety pretty
civil asked ke a a Ue me insurance JMurne agent of a aOlt
tJent Ct 1
lull collector collectorOh clhtQr
I bl Oh 01 ye yt Indeed JndH ariewre6 angw aI18wred r d the th Jatttr utter
f They Pln They he nearly always ask ul me ro to J4tfr call caJ I
MILES DISGRACEFUL CONDUCT CONDUCTDfOllpe CONDUCTDOlnc CONDUCTDefiling
Defiling DOlnc nn nnOmeo Office JI glade de lllnttriouf llalrloul by byGrentcit byGr byGreatest
Gr Greatest < dCt American J merlean Soldier SoldlersProt SoldierFroa bolcton bolctonFt
Froa Ft tt th Xe New r Y Yak rk 1 S SI Sen SenIt a aIt
It I Is surprising srprJ8 nl that In ell al this country countrythere countr countrythere
there should exist a 0 single newspaper newspper or ora orn ora
a n single individual that is not outraged outragedand otmO 1
and mortified mortfe by the disgrace dltgace which whkh Maj MajGen lnj lnjGen i iGen
Gen Nelson Xe m A Miles Ues Is bringing brngnl on the thearmy thearm
army arm of which he Is I the th th commanding commandingGeneral commlnlng commlnlngGenerl 11 i
General Generl During During the whole whol of American Americanhistory AmerlCf I Ihistory
history hlstOI there thfre has never been ben an exempt exemptof exampkof
emp
of unsokllorly unsoklerl conduct conuc on the part Itar of asofficer an anofficer a
officer ofcer of high hl h military mitar rank so disgrace disgraceful dI disgraceful e eful ¬
ful as that exhibited exhibite by him in inciting incitingriewspoper Intng IntngtwspPtr incitingx1
x1 riewspoper twspPtr twspaper assaults on the army nrm and an fur furnishing furnlshlng furnishing ¬
nishing them with documentary documentsl ammuni ammunition ammunItion ammunition ¬
tion for the purpose purose which whic military mitary usage usagtand uI usageand
and requirement rulremeni which even deeenoynot deednay deednaynot de r
not to say patriotism patriotsm should shouk have lve kept keptfor kel keptfor
for proper prper military mltary investigation InvesUcUon He le la ladefiling fc fcdefying I
defying deflng an office ome made Illustrious iustrou by b the thegreatest thagreatest thogetest
greatest getest American AmerJcn soldier soldierGen soldk soldiersGen
Gen Miles Ue began begn this exhibition of his hisunfitness hl hluntine hisunfitness
untine unfitness s for his rank rnk and his place plnci of f hit hitunsoldierly hi hiunsoldlerl hisunsoldierly
unsoldierly unsoldlerl spirit spri so long ago us s when whenhe wien wienhe whenhe
he was in command at Porto Rico Rco lie liemade II IImade lt
made the display lpJn simply because busc the thegreat th thegreat
great victories ctorles of the war had ha been won wonwithout nn nnwithout > n nwihout
without wihout his assistance and nd being btlnt a a man manof mnot manof
of inordinate vanity anl because he h hnd bt fail failed fai failed ¬
ed to attract atract the popular populr applause Ipplnuc which whichhe whichhe whichhe
he desires most greedily S retd I Even Ee at that thattime tha thattime
time tme while whie hostilities hostltes were were actually ntuRlly Inprogress in inprogress Inprogres
progress progres he h used a Western Wetern newspaper newspapercorrespondent new newspapercorrespondent pper ppercorrespondent
correspondent to publish publh the th grievances grievancesof grleanM grleanMoC
of his sore spirit spiri In violation of all al mili military mi military ¬
tary propriety It was Wa a n supremely out outrageous outrageus outrageous ¬
rageous rageus offense oense against agaJnst military mitay discipline disciplineIn lsclplne I IIn
In time of war In the presence prtsence of the theenemy theenemy theenemy
enemy and It rendered him liable lable to tocashiering tocashiering tocashiering
cashiering It I was Wf conduct utterly uterly unbe unbecoming unbecoming unbecoming ¬
coming a soldier oller conduct of which no noman noman noman
man of the true tre soldierly sollerb type tp could cou1 have havebeen IUlc IUlcbeen havebeen
been guilty guilty unless while under aberration aberrationof nberrUol
of mind and t the only possible excuse ex USe for forthe f forthe r rthe
the conduct of Gen Miles mes then and con continuously contnuousl continuously ¬
tinuously tnuousl since sIne then Is that he is 1 not notmentally notmentalf notmentally
mentally mentalf responsible for his hil actions actionsThroughout acions acionsThroughout actionsThroughout
Throughout the operations operatons of the war warGen warGen nr nrGen
Gen Miles les rendered rcn ere no assistance asistance or coun counsel counsel counsel ¬
sel as to its I plan and pursuit which com cornmanded commanded commanded ¬
manded or deserved respectful rcsp tul considera consideration conslenl conslenlUon consideration ¬
tion If his hisplan plan of campaign cmpIgn in Cuba Cba had hadbeen hllltbeen hadbeen
been followed folowed many thousands more lives liveswould lheswould liveswould
would have been lost hundreds of mill millIons mi millIons
Ions more money would have been spent spentand spnf spnfan spentand
and an the war probably probnbl would be b still stl con continuing contnuln continuing ¬
tinuing tnuln Moreover he neglected neleted to Inspect Inspectthe Inspectthe inspectthe
the camps established establshe for the army In Inthis Inthis inthis
this country countr did nothing for the protection protec protection prot protton ¬
tion ton of the troops troop and disdainfully disdalnful re refused refused refused ¬
fused to obey orders so to do doSince doSince doSince
Since the Santiago Santago campaign he has hs al allowed nrlowe allowed ¬
lowe lowed the deceived c Ied or disreputable nowj nowjpapers nWdpapers news newspapers
papers he has enlisted nUsto in his service to tocharge 10chare tocharge
charge chare that Gen Shatter Shafer received the thecommand thecommanl1 thecommand
command against his advice ad Ice though that thatotllcer t thatofficer 1ut 1utomc
officer omc r was sele selected ted for the purpose with withhis wih wihhis withhis
his concurrence and on the plains had hailbeen hadbeen 111 111ben
been ben one of his hl most most faithful subordinates subordinatesThe stbordlnrtN stbordlnrtNfhe subordinatesThe
The committee commitee engaged cng In the voluntary voluntaryinvestigation voluitar voluitarInvesUalon voluntaryinvestigation
investigation of the conduct of the war warat wnrnt warat
at the request requet of the President had hat pur pursued pursued pursued ¬
sued their task for months had taken the thetestimony thetestmony thetestimony
testimony testmony of a multitude multtud of ottlcers olcers of ofboth orboth ofboth
both the line and the stuff of the army armywithout arywithout armywithout
without bringing brlnln bringin out any ay evidence cld nc to tosuggest tosugest tosuggest
suggest a foundation for the charges charg s eon eoncernins con concerning nn nncerlng ¬
cerning cerlng the meat supply which Gen Miles Milesfinally Mllesfinally Io
fnaly finally threw thr out in testimony tstmony remarka remarkable remarkable remarkable ¬
ble far the tone of pique end nl1 malice malce which whichpervaded whichreryaded whichpertaded
pervaded It I Since that hearing more moreover mor moreover ¬
over he has h sbe been r outraging outilng military mitary dieelplire die discipline dlsclDlne ¬
cipline clDlne by using industriously every means meansof meansor meansof
of publishing publshlnz his accusations a through throughnewspapers thrugh thrughnewspapers throughnewspapers
newspapers and furnishing tunishlng them with withmaterial withmaterial withmaterial
material with wih which hleh to cast ast reproach r proach on onthe onthe onthe
the country for obviously obvlmsl It I could not nothave nothave nothave
have been ben obtained by lhem them except exceptthrough exceptthrough exceptthrough
through his direct lirect or indirect Inc1rec agency agencyNow agencyXow agencyNow
Now if I there was or is any serious rIous de defect defect IeCeet ¬
fect In the meet m t supplies supples furnished turlshc to the thetroop thetroopS thetroops
troop troopS and to the sailors salors also it ought oughtby oughtby oughtby
by all means to be discovered llsCOere and ex exposed exose exposed ¬
posed ose and ad all the more because 1 > ecause these thesesupplies thewsupples thesesupplies
supplies supples were obtained obtaine from the very verysources verysources verysources
sources which are supplying 9uppl lng a C large part partof partor partof
of the fresh frefh meat and the principal part partof partof partof
of the canned cnned or tinned tnned meat consumed consumedregularly consumt consumtrelarly consumedregularly
regularly relarly by the people popJe of this country countryand countryand countryand
and sent abroad abrad in vast quantities Quanttc for forforeign forforeign or ortorelg
foreign torelg peoples It I is a question queston of great greatgravity greatUlty i igravity
gravity Ulty of farreaching consequences and andIt anl1It andit
It should be approached and Investigated Investigatedcalmly Investgatcd Investgatcdcally investigatedcalmly
calmly cally without wiho t prejudice and in a strictly strict strictly 3trlrt 3trlrtJy ¬
ly scientific scientic spirit spiri Gen Miles lIes and his hiscoadjutors hiscoadjutors hiscoadjutors
coadjutors of the th newspapers neW Dapers are seeking seekingto
to make mal it a means of inflaming the public pub public publc ¬
lic lc mind before any such Investigation Investigationhas Inve tlaUun tlaUunhas
has taken place Instead Inst < a of reserving reservln ic icports t tprts reports
ports prts respecting respectng the matter mater solicited solcted by byhim b bhim byhim
him and anI sent to him officially otcily by army armyofficers armyotfcers rm rmorcers
officers orcers and sending them through the theproper tle tleproper theproper
proper military mitar channels he has had hadthtm hadthem hadthem
them published publshedln in newspapers nwspaper for the ma malicious malcous malicious ¬
licious lcous purpose purse of arousing ignorant Ignornt popu popular popular opu opulllr ¬
lar denunciation denunciaton of army methods and andpractices In Inpractce andpractices
practices practce If I he had ha been one of the thl vile vilebreed vilebreed He Hebre
breed bre which invented and nd now infests the thedisreputable t thedisreputable I e edisreputable
disreputable journalism jouralsm of this day he hecould hecould hecould
could not have pursued a more indecent indecentcourse Indeee1t Indeee1tcourse indecettcourse
course No other olier oflicer oUler In the army armygreatly armygeaty armygreatly
greatly geaty to the credit of our military mita serv service service r ¬
ice has ha descended to a proceeding proceing HO HOlow tO tOlow solots
low and ad so disgraceful dlsgacetul to the United UnitedStates Unitel UnitedStates
States uniform lnlorm Gen Miles Mlel stands mono monoin aluno alunoIn aono aonoIn
In that degradation degradationAnd degrdaton degrdatonAnd degradationAnd
And why If I his accusations had any anyfoundation anytoundaton anyfoundation
foundation toundaton Justifying justfying them thor he could have haveproved haveproved haveproved
proved them In a distinctly dlUlcUy military mltr Inves Investigation Investsaton investigation ¬
tigation tsaton and thus rendered rendere service to his hiscountry hiscountry hiscountry
country by bringing about the remedy of ofthe o othe ofthe
the evils evfs He was the guardian of the thehonor thehonor thehonor
honor of the army of o the honor of his hiscountry hl hlcountry hiscountry
country and If he had cared cred for either ether he hewould hewould hewould
would have confined cOlfno himself to such an anexhibition anexhibion anexhibition
exhibition exhibion of any facts tact he might have hfve ob obtained obtained ohtamed ¬
tained or supposed he had obtained More Moreover Moreover Ior ¬
over all al this occurs oecur In f timo of war and andevery amIevery andevery
every patriotic patrIotc citizen most of all al every everyofficer ever everyotlicor
officer wearing earlng the uniform and
otcor unlorm bearing bearingthe bf bearingthe rlng
the commission of the th United Unlcd States States is isunder Isunder isunder
under pbllgatlon 9blaatlon to guard the good name nameof nameot nameof
of his country cuntry Every officer oncer deserving delervlng to towear towear towear
wear a sword wouddcut would cut off his right arm armrather armrther armrather
rather rther than be the means of bringing his hisservice hl hlserice hisservice
service serice and his country into reproach be before beore before ¬
fore ore the world worlt in order to further hl his per personal personal personal ¬
sonal revenge revenl This whole whol matter mater of the themeat themellt themeat
meat supply will be made clear cear to every everybody everybody everybody ¬
body in due time and Gen Gen Miles leJ knows knowsit knowsi
it i has has known it all along tlon and his at attempts atttmpts attempts ¬
tempts to make mJkc of it a disgrace to his blacountry hii hiicountry hiscountry
country after a war In which American Americanarms Americanarms merIcanarms
arms won only brilliant brilant renown are sim simply simply aimply ¬
ply the expression epre5lon of a malicious malcious purpose purposeto
to use the prominence of hit hi his > high rank to tomake tomak tomake
make mak mischief and create scandal ncsuidalThe Icadal IcadalThe scandalThe
The offense of Gen Eagan Eaan was Inex Inexcusable In inexeutable x xcUfablc ¬
cusable cUfablc In its Is vulgarity vulKaly In its f beck beckguardisnr buekguardlsm btck btckarlsn
guardlsm arlsn but it I was without harmful harrul effeets ef effects ¬
e
fects tets except ex t on him hhnseI himself The offense offenseof
of Gen Mile Mle Va I of far greater relter damage It I
la demoralizing demoralzing to the army it is down downright downrlsht downright ¬
right treachery in a commanding commamHn Gen General Generlln General ¬
eral erlln In time of war ar and should bring bril upon UDn =
him the universal unlvlallouthln loathing o > U country countrymen eouniry eounirymen countrymen ¬
men as It I will wi Invite for him foreign foreigncontempt foreigncontempt onin onincontempt
contempt He Is no soldier His H uniform uniformought uniformoUJht uniformought
ought oUJht to t bo b stripped strppd from him In no noevent novnt noevent
event vnt should he be b suffered Butere to remaincommanding remain remaincommanding
remn remncommandlnf
commanding General of the
commandlnf army armyHehlml armyJJehlnc armyBehind
Behind JJehlnc IIlutrlou IluItrlou Predecessors IredecemoriFrom Iretreelur PredecessorsFrom
From Fn From the Hartford Harford Cotirant CotirantThe COJut COJutThe CoursetThe
The attempt atempt to make a a distinction dl tlncton be ¬ f ftween
tween twen sol SI sell conquered conquert or purchased pUrcuU d by the
United States Stt and the tie
Unite ad men dwelling
dweJn tmin tminthe UI n nthe nthe
the soil Zon fl is I much older than th l Senator Hoar
Representative UepreentUvt John Quincy QUicy Adams made
It f in a speech Ipch In the th House Hou about Toxsw ToxswWe Tox Toxa Toxasas
a as long 00 ago a as fray Friday Januar January 241m 14 lU
We could culd acquire aculr territory territor he said ufdrfor
Territory rfor was inanimate nhnate Man ron ws an
Imorl Immortal soul 5ul man had h right r h peouffctr peouffctrto pe fo
to himself hlmelt Th Thy They y could not without witout hi hiconsent hil hie hieconsent
cOnent consent transfer tinfer man ma from one country eOtulry
to another There was w no men such power x > w 4r r
It could culd not nt be conferred conrerre R Re Itepre pr > t nu ntaLive nutlve ncaUve
Live John Quincy Quinc Adam Ada also al accepted acceptedJoglaha a acceptedJoaiahs
Joglaha JOllh Qulncye Quincys doctrine dotrine that any vte an annexation unnextlon anaeration ¬
aeration nextlon of t inhabited Jnbkt territory terrtur dissolve dissolvethe diuoJvthe dissolvesthe
the Union but we believe b leve Senator Sen tr Hoar Hoarbaa Hoa Hoarhas
baa h not nt gone aone that far ar ax yet yetPr ye1 ye1JneyltII yetlneritaWw
JneyltII JneyltIIPrn lneritaWw lneritaWwPna
Prn Pna Pr w t the t Detroit 1 t y J Free Ptva PtvaI Pr
I went Wtrt Into that that campaign emtahn said sad ih ihstatesman t taUL titstatesfnar v
statesman aUL mn with i no hea0eurior h t < ln N no nomanagers nomna r rmanagers
mna managers er no n literary Jft ra bureau b u no barrel barrelno buttt bartudno
club no n bad ba badges era no n mumpers and no n g glfio glfioclub 11f tier s
clubWhat eltb
What t was W the rexult reoitNo rexultNo relt 1 1o
No o election No ehanee of eIectidnInteroalfnsl eleetfoti eleetfotiItit lel f flterulutImruh
Interoalfnsl Itit lterulutImruh lterulutImruhI riMif iiMl Atneultiey Atneultieyhoer Atnrtilii AtnrtiliiYou
I hoer the lwlisrspelts l aupll JnJ Jesntel JesntelYou
You American Amerc n wild Ad the Scotch Scotchman Scotchmansuffer Stchman man t tsuffer
suffer uttr from an J Itch Ith for notoriety nQtorlet An Anitch Antt 1 i iItch
itch tt for notoriety responded repnde the Amul Amercan Ameri American ¬
cn can with wih spirit ptrl 1 fa better bettr than a note notoriety no noruy noterilfly ¬
riety ruy for fur But at lt thai t point they theycliactod theyoiacbed
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