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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - March 2, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                PART ONE THE SUNDAY Parae IS CSNTS vat ITii HE BOOETT IAS m ID Hid II HES Pimm Believes Frank Women Lore to Think TfeeBtelvea la DaagerTfae Latia Yoar t O DOUBT them are wicked m in the no doubt there are tempted and no there have been many good but weak women who have almost in their own de spite been tod into wickedzu by bad There is another and more cheerful side to the aad I have often been quietly amused both in our own and other countries by watching the elaborate defenses set up by women whom nobody and the flight of her whom no man Sometimes the perceiving the con sternation his idle compliments have cannot resist the amusement of heightening the and throws so much fervor into his tones and so much languishmcmt into bis glances that the fluttered object of them all feels herself a perfect prodigy of virtue and resolution that she still resists such terrible per more frequently than the poor man has no idea of a either real or and is only trying to make himnclf according to the mascnlinoidea for it in a mortifying truth that most women aro ready to swallow flattery in as large and as unadulterated u dose as they can get and the aver age woman limls nothing incredible in the idea that she alone of all the women lie has ever seen is the one capable of controlling wayward heart and guid ing his erratic life into some calcium lighted bower of rosy and heavenly de Most women over twentyfive wffl recognize this little outline of a story to which they have often and I hope that most of them do not need my assurance that hi the vast majority of cones theao fine professions mean liter ally nothing but to the credulous Boulfi who do who without even the excuse of these banal profes chose to regard every man who civilly to them as an aspirant for their the sisterhood of hares who fly because they fancy the shadows are pursuing to all these let me Dont be my dear He wont bite Did yon ever watch a playful dog chasing a cat He doesnt want to catch but he likes to see her run while she remains upon the ground scudding from point to and turning to ehriek defiance at and glare at him with frightened he will set up hia erect his lash bis enow hiii teeth and simulate sc far as his aiae allows a very ferocious beast of thirsting for the blood of hia But lot instead of amusing and hading him on by her flight and de quietly got out of his a a a window and she may sit there in perfect serenity long as she curling her pretty under her purring and dreaming of unlimited while Master finding no more excitement in the gives a few disappointed little barks and trots off to search for more terrified pussies in pastures One trouble in this course no doubt is feat many women prefer the mimic ter and the constant retreat and vmuof of this sort of show fight to the calm of the window with Ike dog gone away and certainly an ut terly secluded safety is apt to be a little To such I would say Dont you believe a word he says He dont mean And especially I would say this to my traveling Spaniards and with their various race are as a rule very agreeable men to encounter iu but they Aave literally no appreciation of that compromising sincerity which is the boast of the Saxon With a man of the Latin race a spade may be called almost anything but a and he takes it for granted that if he calls it a moonbeam you know perfectly well that it isnt and that iu call it so is only his a man of this blood his first ob ligation toward women is to make him to put them into good and to say the sort of things they like to In New York the i gentleman sends or carries French can i dies to the lady he wishes to please the frenchman does the same with a for the sweetmeats he offers ere and rather understood than and he is as much surprised at feeing misunderstood as the first man would be if the recipient of the candies ahould indignantly declare he had offered to The Spaniard tells his guest that his his his hereditary jewels eve yours and yours but the few persons who have tried to take him at lilt word have seen cause to deeply re gret their The cavalier who makes a morning or writes a note if inquiry after the declares that jw kisses the feet of tae lady he ad 4MaKX imtif she held out a foot to the proffered he would thinking aha had gone wished to insult In the be tells nearly every young aat good looking woman he Oat not sleep last night Cor thmk iag irf that if he Jiad met her oarlier in life lie should have been adifferent that if she is so unkind and cold toward him he shall be driven to desper that when she is present 4fee other women Cade into deeseot know whetbertte singing well is fixed Bpef her feer tiw liat Brooder if laaeaa Uoattaneea anybody lav tiBtiai and tue a good time with which yot always visit oar gay all condoce to a very mixed and somewhat lawless tone of social and few women re turning home after a Washing fan to bring a budget of wherewith to enliven the myrtle BOUT of hair brushing just before going to hour when no woman can resist tell ing her dearest friend the very profoond C secrete of her I will confess that some of these confi dences imparted to me have been tae of co little amusement when I had chanced to hear the other aide of the story first for when a dear friend and comrade of my own confided to me his desperate attempts to ooiatay another man whileboth were calling upon a girl staying with her married sis and as he could not approach the he devoted Mmaaif to tie mar ried sister to fill up the He finally and while his rival made his adieux to the lady of the h man aged to say the word he wished to the younger This was all very but a day or two later the married sister came to see evidently bursting with some secret she wished to I gave her the and the dear little soul told me with tears in her eyes that she really didnt know what to and was so afraid of the and what if her husband should see ho wit oh dear she didnt know how to say but actually Soandso was frantic absolutely in love with her had declared and such and it was not to be de nied that he was very handsome and and she couldnt help pitying and did I trimlr it was safe for her to receive him Not that I am afraid of any sort of weakness on my own but there is you and I couldnt have her see anything not quite correct in my I gravely thought over the situation for a and then suggested that if she always included Phyllis in the in terviews when this gentleman called I did not see that there could be a rfianna for any freedom of and his fright ful designs would be thwarted without any open And it will be so delightful to tan talize by always letting in and having him always find Phyllis at my exclaimed my beaming with And the consequences were that my friend wooed Phyllis quite at his leisure and married her from her Bisters A somewhat similar instance eomes to my It so chanced that at a time aad a place both far removed from the present I had reason to believe that a certain person had something to cay to me which I did not wish to hear in it was a proposal of and no right minded woman ever wishes to sub ject a man to Accordingly I kept out of his way as much as hoping that some newer fancy would supplant the old but one night at the opera heen tered my evidently determined to manage a private word with me before he A nice little girl was under my charge for the and I called her to sit beside the gentleman who ac companied us being at the back of my chair and absorbing all the attention I could spare from The evening went on and went and the unfortu nate aspirant as we left the box managed to slip a penciled note into my de claring never mind that part but a proposal of marriage is always a proof of Now fancy my as tonishment at my little with smiles and thanking me for her delightful and consulting me as to whether papa and mamma would al low her to bo engaged to Engaged to my dear child eav elaimed Has he asked you to be all but He is only waiting for a little He has made love to me all the faltered the poor little thing and I ordially ex claimed Marry him by all when he asks but I wouldnt do anything to encourage These foreigners do not understand our artless He never and she was a good but finally married far If women could divest themselves of their vanity in matter they would be self deceived far less often than they No matter how pretty and attract ive you my there are iu every assemblage from twenty to fifty women equally and it is not likely that any except one who seriously wishes to marry will spend much time or trouble in a vain If you dont like his manner or what he show yourself careless and indifferent do not and do not Behave as if all he says is a twice told tale for which you do not My word for he soon will leave and go to say the very same things to the girl across the and tomorrow night to somebody Make a graceful little spring to the win dow seat or some other pedestal and yon will soon see him trotting round the comer on the tor THEIHiTE LOIS KETi Wlffl H PUBLIC die Time of the Bestorationto ad ladndiag That af the Third Be pahlie Tnelr laiBracr Beea ifbr the Welfare of the PROPOSE in this letter to give your readfers some ac count of the liter ary work of the French women of France has always had great Under the old regime they were famous as dilet tantes during the Revolution they shone as patriots and un der the Restoration and Lou id Philippe their political and literary salons were brilliant and and under the Second Empire they with the Empress Eugeniest their in the world of for are the women of the Third Republic as a to their sisters of the It is true that one cannot point today to a Marchioness de to a to a de to a de to a de Girardin or to a George but I think your readers will agree with me if the leaders be not so great today as were the leaders of the the rank and file of French womanhood is now immeasurably in almost every to the general body of women in years gone With the advent of modern democ racy the masses have usurped the places once occupied exclusively by the Probably the most widely known lit erary and political lady of the France of today is Juliette She may not be the most intellectual and but she surely is the most active and en She was born with a taste for letters and began writing in her But it was from her marriage with Senator Adam and the advent of the Third Republic that dates the noto riety of Juliette Her sec ond rich and a Republican She was hand a fine conversationist and ambi tious to shine in state dur ing the stormy days of MacMahons it was in Adams salon that Gambetta and the chief Republican leaders used to plan and gird for Then it was that Adam founded The Notivelle which was to be the republican rival of the old con servative Revue des Deux and ever since she has remained at its Although this periodical cannot be said to be a very brilliant success either finan politically or from a literary point of it is unquestionably the best re view in France after the famous crea tion of 1L the Revue deg Deux But if Adams role is not quite BO important or brilliant today as it was ten or fifteen years the reason is not to be found in any falling off in but rather in the changes that have taken place in French The republic is now leading a and a political salon has if not at least So Adam has been forced to fall back on art and society for the elements of her circle on the one must admit that her surroundings are not less interesting today than in the days of the Third In Adams drawing room the cians have been supplanted by the au thors you hear less about the chamber of deputies and more about the salon or or Bouguerean are the cynosures of all eyes and not some or or Adams soirees used to he given in a suite of spacious apartments far down the But now she re sides in a house or as they say in at the end of the Boulevard literally within a stones throw of the fortifications and on a street that bears her own the Rue Juliette Leznber one of Adams norns de plume and also her maiden The house is hand somely cosy and Adam though now over Wark A conference of women was recently called to discuss the following The condition of women and children in factories of women prisoners and In the station and of children in the primary The ladies calling the conf erenoe have undertaken to In terest their sex generally in these sub They will endeavor to aecure tbe cooperation of women everywhere In getting for police stations and women factory This is work that and it is through ways like this that woman win come toner king dom and take her right place in tfce Alice Bennett been for ten years resident physician in tbe femak wards of the state insane eastern and charge of her lately been unaninnaaly of tbe Montgomery Coaly TfaM IS tbe woman toil president ef is still a handsome dressing with great taste and pposoaring the elegant manners of true lady of the She convenes fcliblv on let philosophy ana and is the soul of her drawing To the more than to any of her distinguished is due the wide reputation which this salon en in Paris and throughout liberal In direct contrast with in many Henry Gveviile is perhaps the ablest and most prolific of living French female Although each new book cre ated more of a sensation at her start on her literary some ten or fifteen years Grevflles stories are etill very popular with refined and especially with the girls and young women of France who are not allowed to open tunetenths of the new French GrevOle visited America a few yean and is particularly interesting to your aide of the Atlan Nor is leaf interested in you than yon are in is attested by beautiful pbotograpbsof Amer ican aad private Iftten which adorn her Clarion or are holed in her writing Henry has occupied three different Paris rimyl The first time Imet her it charming little parlor floor covered with big btwsgbt from where GreriBe lived for many aad where the aoaaw her beat novels are The looked like a hot but not it especially ezperJenoedma of tteiaaaybaimfi ful ee altered on ta cte aad on the The view from ft top of the the dining the double draw ing room and two studies on either side of it gave her all the space she needed to display the rich pieces of quaint pictures and which ehe and her Sreville has a husband also well known in the art literary and scientific world of to collect and setnpto the best Greville did not remain very g on the Quai Her lecture tour in America was not a brilliant finan cial success and the large apartment was So she now moved to a smaller but scarcely leat artistic home in the Rue tie quarter of where men women of letters The bear the the vivaeioas conversa tion of GrevOle and the witty and instructive of Durand Durandhiisdded his wifes nom de plume to his own the same in the Rue Blanche as on Mont martre and the Quai Voltaire so the new drawing room is as charming as tbe old and the people who frequent it as numerous and interesting as One of the most curious women of let ters in this city is Blaze de Though English by she is French jy marriage and and can write brilliantly in both Her who died a year or two was a well known and married lie sister of the founder of the levue des Deux so that Jlaze de Bury is the aunt of Charles the present editor of that famous periodical This gives her a certain irominence in literary circles But ler eccentricity in dress and speech and ler real mental ability would make ilaze de Bury a prominent character in any She has written re view articles and newspaper and once represented in Paris The New York Nation and The New York Charles whose nom de lume is Jeanne is interesting to Americans as the daughter of the well known American portrait She lives hi the same house with her fa ther and many of her clever little the atrical pieces are acted by amateurs at the delightful soirees given by the lealys during the Bigots lushand or until he lost hia an active professor and art and husband and wife still work hand in each producing stories and magazine articles and vet ones of more common Wkat Ctmijm Said with l of bright t The season is her first she knows mot Tie sweet and bitter of her The prriln in Tirr frmmTi iinl tlimpka MtQ Skid and I heard her little foot Beat its impatience the favored Tbe while I longed to button op that boot Wlta kisses from its to ultle round Said and I who would Mil Watching those lips that might a saint Wliatdidshesar I cant tell Fm only certain that I saw her WOMANS WORLD IN A Wommas Liberal Make Tour The conditions of our civilized life seem to grow More and mom girls and women are forced out into the rorld to earn their living every But this is no hardship Work means new added year by To work or his living is the best fate that can overtake unless the labor degener itea into drudgery and grinding Work that one loves is It nib soul with A hundred girls iu different parts of the Union are now asking themselves and all their friends what they shall do for a ThA answer is Do that which you like best and can do n every intelligent girls eoul there is an intuition that one certain land of work is what she can do and will call out all the of her The occupation may be a aumble one in tbe worlds No It is your It is wrong and wicked for parents to force either girls or boys into occupations that are distasteful to Many a starving sixteenth rate would have made a first class So choose your own and then work up to the highest in Do not stop you reach the highest A genius one who never gives Every boy and girl high and dazzling dreams of the The strong and the pel severing realize those dreams in one shape or perhaps not always as they first expect but in a better find your ideal work for your and then do it joyfully and in the ideal Make real members of the done more good temperance work than anybody else ever The onion now has a membership of and is preparing to build a magnificent temperance temple in to ocat Emfly the brave English wo man who has done so much for her own has been placed on the pension list of Great Britain to receive a Bather a beggarly Miss Lottie Granger was president of the Iowa State Teachers association last and Bartlet pastor of a Unitarian church at Perhaps Miss Mamie Rosebud win be judge of the court of somewhere A can has by Matilda Jos lyn Gage and others for a convention to organize a Womans liberal The convention wffl be held at in and The league is founded to work against the domination of clerical or party in and to prevent the en croachments of that party on puntl tatkmal rights of Ameriean The organizaBon wfll labor to uphold that freedom of thought and exptieiif that perfect liberty of cbnacience whid KEUGWD SOCIAL OLB 11 HQKffLE Bf n mi IB era EKim aauEt A Bat Bahtt of Introsaeetiea Inherited the Middle Chift tiaa Who Hard One of the most dangerous legacies of the middle ages to later generations is the habit of looking into ones self con tinually and carefully taking account of ones failures and There was a vast amount of introspective life in the middle especially among religions which was perfectly normal and natural at their stage of hot which is in the highest degree mor bid and unnatural A meditative life is very different from an introspective The fact that one is always mourning over his sins is the very best evidence that one is failing to do bis duty in the world about The man who is bent on the work of the hour will not be unconscious of his but he will have very little to de vote to their The happiest life is one which is largely concerned with the life of one in which a mans thoughts are taken away from himself and fastened upon the needs and inter ests of those about No man ever got out of his weaknesses or his sins by continually thinking about them the only way to get out of them is to work No man ever saved himself by thinking thought without action is futile and A healthy nature finds itself so continually called upon to f ut forth its normal activities that it has very little time and very small inclina tion to sit down and give itself up to the intellectual luxury of going over its offenses Is an ignorant Catholic teUs his In this great universe an intelli gent may ought to find some more inter esting objects of thought than his own They will never be cured by being looked at they will only be come Look at them long enough to see what they and then look away to the work that can help you to overcome At bottom excessive introspection is always a disease instead of indicating a more sensitive conscience it betrays a morbid temperament or a selfish indulgence in the magnifying of ones own The cure for this sort of mental and spiritual infirm ity is the bracing air of a natural Put your heart into human relations and your hands to and yon will dispel the shadows which surround We were put hen to work out our own salvation no man ever yet thought it Bminls Bevivalsof religion are not so unique and exceptional in their character as some They are not so unlike ordinary life as many A given amount of industry with the help of na ture will produce a Judicious in vestments in business will return propor tionate It does not require inspiration to tell us that he that soweth in tears shall reap in There is much more that is natural in the things that we denominate supernatural than men generally In the plagues of in the marvels of the Old Testa in the miracles of our beloved Redeemer a hundred natural elements The miracle consisted of the single supernatural which changed an ordinary event to an ordinary Ip religion a given amount of work will produce a certain Christian worker may take this M a God must come in to crown the work of the of So God must come in to crown the work of the There is no crop without What we call natural are only the wires with which God and shuts the windows of f we mistake not there is very much more of the natural than of the super natural in revivals of It is evident to any Christian observer that revivals of religion are a practical necessity in the Christian demanded by all the laws of spiritual grow Periodical different in their and transcending in their power the ordinary movements of the Holy are necessary and essential features in the evangelization of the The general is that re vivals are necessary desirable only when the church becomes low in spirituality and powerless with God and If a steady tide of conversions should if converts should be al ways coming a revival would not be So many falsely What is done by revivals is not They are by many excellent Christians inly because they cannot ob tain what they believe to be much better steady growth of the and its increase and enlargement byeonver nans resulting from the regular aad stated means of aaa farmer welcomes a thunder be cause his fields are vege cation and no earth re freshing shower We think this of a revival m taken The revival thought through Nature has fre quent So has so so has physical Thaw re vivals come not becauM things an hot because they are living and need new development aad tian they believe the of govern ment meant should be Oa the prmliltnt of the Bed society for to warmly in MOTlf A number of distinguished aiding the ladies of the ama them Professor Elliott of ti Boolangert neglected hfe and finally deeertad her Baa HewiU need my lore to ha becanse I want to retaia the right to care for him when all the reat of the oae wlta a meK The possibilities of depravity are shown in the fact mentioned in the correspondence of that in the former part of tbe last century then was in London a company persons of fashion of both sexes who took the name of The Hett and wen habitually guilty of horrid inventing blas acting in which the Vn gin Mary and sacred were It not surprise to lean from authority that one of the of club hen be came to die uttered the awful and though m said that heknewheahonld boraiabellfoievett Conviction of am not uiifiiiiiiMallj prises the wicked ia their kat therhaTeiathMBMataa ttstaof the Waobingtoa the art how he jesting oa npoa hk foandbiaMlf all at onee filled with the that God would help MB if heoaty asked So he locked VTJ A COuWsT VK JHsf aad faffiagoa prayed uiially for help from on thus kneeling in supplication aroused bjeome one knockmc at the He opened it to a who announced himself the Harqaii of who inquired if of the angel Uriel was sold Beceivms a negative the nobleman paid him for the beautiful and was so pleased that he introduced the poor artist to the leading nobility and and thus to both fame and f or and to all the success Kew York la Too walk to Too weak to pray TooweokIoraoogat pralsa Yet sail I Now draw thou Lord Banish all Lord ia quiet hear Thy 1 rmhl smt What ahaU befall Only the toriOKVist Silent woaH Jasna icy ynri hath tHrright TjiisQalnacach troahled Tola answers I lean to Owe What shall betide One word enough tor ma Jesus hath He for hia weak Been to lory He knowa my my in Ha win Too weak to Too weak to pray Yet from my heart of hearts Silent I say Do thoa thy Lord Keep thoa me Lord And heart and spirit fin With peaco RELIGIOUS The new building of the Young Christian at was dedicated The building cost upwards of The heathen shame us by their in the service of their says The Missionary A statement is made by the of that are spent annuaKy on an cestral worship that the ratio of gifts to in the case of several families about which he in ranged from onefifth to one and that in no case were the so small aa a Yet we know that the vast majority of the Chinese are wretchedly living only from hand to To say that it is impossible Christians to give a tithe is to lay that they cannot do for Christ what the heathen do for their In since it stated that the number of in creased from to and there are hundreds of who have been baptized or are at preasnt under religious The first donation to missions in Eng lish Protestant annals was a gift of by Sir Walter Raleigh in in aid of a society formed to convert the Indians in was the year of the and the Protestant mind was with zeal The issues from the Bible bouse during the month of September wen copies since April The ratio of the gain in converts in all the Protestants missions in China during thelast decade is about 140 per and in Japan it is over 800 per Statistics of the Protestant Episcopal diocese of Michigan show 80 licensed lay 60 parishes in union with 71 ai 68 269 773 Sunday school total aggregate val ue of church The widespread character of the Chris tian Endeavor movement is shown by the fact that the constitution been translated into Turkish and several of the dialects of southern Nearly onethird of the population of Wales is gathered in the Sunday In England and Wales together scholars are taught in the Sunday Of scholaraore in Church of England Sunday Parker has completed the twen tieth year of his pastorate at the City Few ministers of note make such varied impressions upon dif Those who bear him are either greatly pleased or and as often the latter as the The gain of Baptists last year was according to the statis tics of of Metho NIEASAPI At tbe exposition recently a gold medal was awarded to the Temperance Some lespenable Buddhist women o Ceylon have formed an education among the to elevatethenieo The appeal which appeared orig inally in Colombo been sent to and American aae requested to kindly favor tbe The appeal is a singular In the first admitting work of the that work t say the Cardinal in i pastoral relat to the Catholic population for the United of about It is amid of a certain church ia Phila delphia which vacant the people propose to hear clergymen and then take a vote to which bowdid yomfike it delightful T Met rorli rlnlTTnifc mil rnTnTiti j jjin even children of Fro got aa idea te the r that big Wbefetfaat tit oft for a A lUn ID i BUI HE LAITE WAS mm First Qatar Yiacxar HOI Debute Class WakB He is Isvplred by the Ait should interest by the Alt should move by the Art should persuade by the art should interest by the true to Qlnmiaetheln Kore by the beautiful to regenerate the lifts Persuade by the good to perfect the One beautiful day in July last I floated along down the bosom of the Thames in a brown also in a canoe that had tried the sunlit waters of nearly every American river before it came to visit this quiet but rather noted English Harry Welcome paddled and I smoked an American I did not paddle for the reason that I do not know I enjoy but there are hues of industry with which I am not This is one of To pad dle a birch bark canoe so that it will run straight is not an It is an Punting seemed to be more in my Punting looks more Punting on the Thames is conducted by means of a long pole and a fiat bottomed The pnntist rams this pole into the bot tom of the and by a dextrous push sends the boat along at an even and de lightful I had poled a raft on the upper broken a jam and been a director on a rope twentyfive years so I knew enough of aqua tics to I should Fisher said I might punt so he yielded his place to I rose to my full and as I did baring my brow to the soft kiss of the clover scented I was recognized by other Americans who were assisting me last summer in mak ing times easy in Paris and also in bring ing about an era of prosperity in A round of applause greeted me from along the bank for I am al most as well known abroad as I am in my own and in fact all sum mer long it was nip and tuck between me and old Bouillon Jay to see which would get press So I bowed a Delsarte bow and spat on my hands in a languid An other burst of applause that echoed down past the lock and out toward Hampton court swelled my heart with a pardonable pride as I raised the punt pole high in air and socked it into the brunette bosom of the historical The swift and rather slick craft shot away with its gay and well dressed bur but I did not join I The punt pole haa a tendency to stick in the clay bottom of the but I did not know Clinging to the of course I missed my connection with the and a loud followed by a merry peal of closed the sad I did cot furnish the I supplied the A beautiful but rather impulsive dog belonging to Sheldon plunged in and saved my He dragged me out ou the bank by my as ha no but my clothing was not so thick as he had That is if a dog ever So I win al ways carry the marks of that rescue even to my Dogs are very intel ligent but they do not know al ways to a dead moral certainty whether one winter or entnmer flan nels Punting is a very healthful but one should have a set of dry clothing at so that he may change as soon as he gets his punting But I started out to say that among the faces I seemed to recognize was one that was very and yet I thought I had seen it in It was the face of a man of forty I would It was the face of a very homely woman on the shoulders and body of a Tbe features were as plain as those of a hippopotamus in but when light ed up with a smile they were as beauti ful as those of a The hair was abundant and about the color of a maple caramel that has been exposed to the elements all It had evidently been worn but had been cut off at the neck by means of a pinking iron and a set of burglars His complexion was opaque and his teeth hung in rich clusters on the outside of his mouth when he He wore an Eton cap and lolled back in the canoe while a talented hired man at three bob a day and a shandy gaff paddled the frail bark along the Thames and exhibited this gifted curiosity to the wondering The softed curiosity was Oscar 1 met him in the territories twelve or thirteen years I He wore more of a coiffure at that Since then he has stuffed a sofa pillow with His hair at that time clustered around a horses face apparently and he wore a genuine store It was too new to look as he had bought it at Tie wore a liver colored cravat and a look of intense I gave him a large green and gold card of printed in our new job office by a bright young artist who had fed two or three of his most desirable fingers to our large blue job press while trying to pick a dogder out from among its back Wflde said Ahr I said we have a beautiful climate and then he re peated his former I You can trust I will not betray What you say win be as between man and If you do not want it printed and would like to keep it in the background and finally run for office and give us a Harri son for as free from turmoil as a great gob of oatmeal mush in a weary I will respect your He again and producing a large the color of the coat ing to the stomach of an habitual drunk he wiped his wide waste of Then he went in tbe car and fastened the to indicate that the interview at an Since then I have always regarded Oscar TWlde aa a greatly overestimated i though Oe But art is not dead i Wilde has had his hair cut by means of a can and now the great Debute movement or cult ia sweeping coun try like beaom of I going to but I hate to use the word besom Ddearte HOI 1 had long felt the need and Tmeilili larJons between mind ana body good breeding ia not by aa ficia Of course only advanced a little1 in our ViMgar Hill but we are getting otv to as yon might aft enthusiasm and got some and can already down two flights of without injer We are also enabled to analyze motion and displacements and muscu lar We can Likewise devitalize ourealvesv and though we there are yet no flies ou Browning yonknowt What Is he bat a Whose flesh hath soul to Whose spirit works lest armsand legs elay t to mm propose this Thy body at its how far oaa that project thy soul on its lona way f engaged now in the analysiaof physical AU motion of the body or limbs is eloquent if we will pay atten Art comes to our aid and lets in on the ground The higher edu cation opens up a mighty vista in all new and It shows us that what we for in a courteous after aUVav poorly concealed We see now that it a reluctant compliance with old Instead of meaning acknowledge your worth and lower my colors to your it means that I comply with the statutes in such made and and I 6x16X118117 bow to you while internally biting my thumb at I simply bow in a way to convince bystanders that I am a gen whether you are or That is not true That is Elevated Railroad bow with a string to The higher education is really a refined and durable style of It is the kind that teaches us which will not only be of use to us but also aid us iu entertaining aa angel What would some of our Elevated Bail road gentlemen do even if only a male angel dropped in to spend the or if one of them tried to ride down with him from Harlem to City Hall He would step on the wings of a seraph aad jab his wet umbrella into the ribs of the heavenly host if they stood in his We learn here that each organ of the body has its significance and wheuwe come to analyze people and their conduct toward us from day to The wo will is the men tal If I bow the head only to you I 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