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Chicago West Side Vindicator (Newspaper) - December 7, 1894, Chicago, Illinois Yol . 40. We. Ii ally editor and mop. I Ida a a f2.00 in your Irr a Evanoo a fit por Opyr the vindicator. West town Chicago. Dec. 7, 91. Socially. Dancing after o clock. Was indulged in William Halley. Editor and proprietor. per annul. In . Office �o207 Vuks Madison Street. Entered la the conc no i onto lace a second clip or matter. Of Iclal l Aner of Mio town of Cicero und Provino and villages of May Wood. River Forest Ulel Rone and Harlem. k4ten Lead link notice 1 cent a word each time. Display advert Hometh 1 in. One inti cation 11.no 1 Inch per month2.00 yearly contract nor Inch per month 1.110 West division news. A it lib Rolt a Ivoin All the centers. Jiki Millton wit la. The entertainment of Tho Catholic ladies thursday night was largely attended Anil was in every Way successful. Further particulars in our next. A fresh oysters in bulk 23 emits per quartet cent per gallon. Henry m. Meeli in. Staple Iid fancy i it Roe Eriek and Moats Chi Ner thirty eighth Street and Grain Avenue. Quot we Are in Hopes that we shall have the Opportunity to hear i Rof. Abbott per Orin some of his classical music As musical Talent is highly appreciated by the Brighton Park people. I Rof. Abbott is the leading violinist of Brighton i Ark. Which wishes him Success in the tut ure. On thanksgiving Day at Brighton l Ark the rangers won from the hovers by goals 1 disputed to i goal. Wright scored for the visitors fifteen minutes from the Start. Edmonds equalized just before the interval. Stuart put his his Side in the Lead in the second half by kicking goal. Near the end the lingers again forced the Ball through but the spectators who lined the goal put it Back and no goal was claimed and for some reason it was not allowed though the Ball was teams ii overs. Goe Dincin \ cell Leilh Cameron 1 Lod Daril. Tulley i Lai Hrop i a Hart Dunham i Kim oids Quot i Parsons undoubtedly through. The posit Ion. Goal. I. Backs. Half backs. Rammers. Miller. Cliris tit Crown 1 Wils m Hon Bildson Crerar Stuart i Ift Man Wii Ulit Mckay i Goodall 1 in feree�?.1. Sawyer the Junior lovers and St. Lawrences played a game at Brighton Park w hich ended in a tie. The lovers got a goal in the twist. Half and the St. one in the second half. Riis it. Conter. Loft. The Park is the l United states erected several .$35,01 1. L or a a mis. Avenue was thanksgiving of Lier friends in music and i it of it i As l air in. Ernest Kuehn is the new Butcher at Kratis Market. Men s half soling. 50 cents pair. List West twelfth Street. L Kiekner \ a Rey. The real estate men. Are contemplating establishing an office Downton n. A ave oleic Tville silly Vallge meet nge at the Church was so of Reat a that the concert is to be repeated in the near future. Not much is being done in real estate circles Anil very Little in building. Several parties who contemplate building arc wailing on account of the weather. S Coles of Quot it it Kedzie happily surprised on evening by about forty the evening was spent dancing. Abundant refreshments were served. The Market men and grocers report that thanksgiving Trade was very Good. Some of them could t get enough poultry to go the rounds of their customers. This is a sign of improving times. The Union service on thanksgiving Day was held at the twelfth Street methodist Church the presbyterian congregational Anil me Holdst people being present. Kev. A. J. Brokenshire. Of the Mayflower Church preached the Sermon. It is rumoured that mrs. Mosier. Who bought the lot of land at the Southwest Corner of twelfth Street and Albany Avenue last july will in the Spring erect an elegant business Block and that another Block will be built next to it on the West. The gripman of the Cable train that killed Little Jennie Ganat Kedzie Avenue and Madison Street last week was held to the criminal court. Before the Coroner s jury i Quot testified that he saw the children but Only rang the Bell and made no attempt to Stop the train until too late. Smallpox has been putting in an appearance Here and there in this Vicinity during the last two weeks. Or. Curry of Washburn Avenue died a few Davs since at the pest House and a Washburn Avenue Tofu an and a Fairfield Avenue Man have been taken to the pest House within the last week or so. Fire destroyed a Frame building near the Corner of l and nineteenth streets last saturday morning. The woman of the House and her two children were badly burned and one of to e children afterwards died from its injuries. The members of the Hook and ladder company at the Corner of thirteenth Street and Oakley Avenue rescued them from the burning build big a it the first annual Beth lit of the Central free dispensary a was i vein at Martine s Ball Corner of Madison Street venue last Friday auspice at till . The Douglas i arc greenhouse at j eighteenth Street has had Many vis j tors during the last three weeks a it Large part of whom were drawn thither by the magnificent chrysanthemum sex j Hibit that has been in Progress in the North Wing. Here were grouped in one massive Bank Many hundreds of specimens Large and Small of All colors and j of about sixty five species of this mag if cent Eold weather Flower. It seemed As if Lead Florist Charles Zapel had tried to Excel All previous displays by this collection of gorgeousness and j Beauty. I thin Green houses Are Well Worth a visit at any time of the. Year. The i exhibit which has just i closed will give place in february to a most pleasing Stow of a alias camellias i rhododendrons lilies hyacinths. Piner Aries Cale Polaris and primroses. I this is the season when the prop j gating is Lone for the plants to limit Are j placed in tiny Park in the warm weather and when it is remembered that More than 150,000 plants Are used in this Way each year at Douglasm Ark. It can be readily seen that this prop Guiking time j is no interval of idleness. is assisted in Thip work by Eig Lih other florists each of whom must be a Man of experience and skill in floriculture. The Winter Garden just South of Ogden Avenue in the Middle part of Best of its kind in the the building was years ago at a Cost of considerable time the tropical display for which the building was designed was limited by the Lack of funds in the Treasury of the Park commissioners but the closing of the world s fair left Many rare and valuable tropical plants in the City of which the Douglas Park conservatory secured a Good share. The whole arrangement of the Interior of the building has now been remodeler and presents to the Eye a realistic Vista of a tropical Jungle with All Soi to of . And ferns and vines that grow Only where heat Ami moisture Are abundant. The Best specimen of the Date Palm to be found anywhere in America is Here together a with Thrifty co Eoanu Palms screw Palms and fan Palms. A notable part of this collection is a specimen of t lie Pritch Ardia Gravides. Of which Only Twenty four Are known to exist in the whole world. This Plant was the property of the late Leo. W. Cd lids. Who paid $.&Quot>00 for it. The bread fruit tree the giant Cactus the Norfolk Pine and the Stag Horn Fern Are All items of great interest. Not the least of the attractions Here is tic charming taste with which every thing has been planned to give the Best effect. The walks a lined with rustic j Walls of a peculiarly interesting pet reification that Coines from Ohio. This is shaped into fantastic forms making a Llight of Steps Here an Arch there and confining the course of a tiny Stream that Breaks into a magic Waterfall Over yonder. No person can visit this Park without feeling under a deep obligation to or. /.ipel. to we. Gleason the efficient Park superintendent both of whom Are glad to Welcome visitors to their domains at any hour of the daytime. Or. Gleason is engaged just a present in Beai if ing the Southern part of tin1 Park. Where lie is setting out nearly a thousand t i Ces. Motel Anil. W. J. Kettle has bought out. Clarence Slaigh s Oil business. Or. M. K. Mill has Tii oved his office to Mandell. Air. And mrs. , of it Slot Indiana Street have a baby boy. Mrs. Barry is preparing to Supply the Christmas wants of her Many customers. It. M. Wollor the Baker keeps Tho Host milk and Cream Over placed on mile in Moreland. Geo. Mix the popular Barber is a Happy papa. It is a girl. All Are doing Well thank you or. And mrs. Louis Nelson Are the Happy parents of a baby boy born on monday. Mrs. Charles Peterson presented her husband with a bouncing baby boy on tuesday morning. Or. And mrs. Fred Clemenson Are nicely settled in their Home Corner of forty ninth and Ohio streets. Mrs. Fred Cross who has been visiting friends Here has returned to her Home in Galesburg. The first grand masquerade Ball of the Oak Park commander no. A 0. Ii. C. And k. I. Will take place on december 20th in a Moreland Hall. Or. And mrs. Charles Dalil of Ohio Street Are Happy Over the arrival in their family of a pair of twin baby boys. All Are doing Well. Mrs. Run Bash Anil Mother of Cincinnati Ohio Are the guests of mrs. Mccoy and mrs. Hopkins of Superior Street who Are mrs. Rut Nabeh s Sisters. M. Woller the enterprising Homo Baker is always on the Alert to satisfy the desires of the Public in his business. He now has hot Broad Anil Rolls Ever afternoon lit 1 o clock. Charles the son of or. And mrs. A a ii racy. Who live near the Belt line has been very ill with typhoid fever but is convalescent now under or. Reamer s care. The people s party club held a Leet at Brett s Hall on wednesday evening. John z. White recently candidate for Congress was the attraction. His subject was the single tax. The Katie Dean amusement company will give a dramatic entertainment entitled Quot enlisted for the War Quot and the comic opera Quot Katie Dean Quot on december 10th. 20th and 21st, in a Moreland Hall. Mrs. John styles of Ohio Street gave a luncheon and parly to a Large number of ladies from Ridgeland and Chicago on thursday. The afternoon was passed with progressive euchre. All had a delightful time. There will be a Surprise party on mrs. Leo. Salzman by her Many friends Oil this saturday evening. There will be a Large company present to pay their Friendly respects to the lady mentioned. The friends will meet in a Moreland Hall. It looks As if somebody were endeavouring to make the lire department All the trouble possible. Another false alarm was sent in on sunday from the Box at the Corner of forty eighth and Ohio streets. If the police find that the Box is being Quot moneyed Quot with the considered a Light gave an of their Lav. Will in g a Noi opened 1001 we Good Loe business. And California night under tin Meiji Cal College by an orchestra eluded vocal Soli Shaw miss Lulu Howe Kinson. Judge m. V. I address on the doctor in if tin music was and the Prog s by i Rof. W. Rush sled i in Lilii my or. A. At Mion gave an a. And prof. James ii. Ether Ridge on the doctor it knt Al i Akk. Thomas is the father of a new bouncing baby boy. A Lames Marsha undertaker Uso West Lake. Open Lay and night. J. A. Corr Gail has been very ill during the week but is Well again. The Quot i will Quot society met on thursday afternoon at 4 o clock with miss Grace Arl of Park Avenue. The children of Frank Mccarthy have recovered from a Long illness with sear let fever. The Adams Street m. E. Church choral society will give a grand concert at the Church on wednesday evening december 12. Reed Mcbride have bakery and restaurant at Lake Street. They have a Tion and ought to do a Goot mrs. Charles Hunt formerly of Central Park and widow of the first postmaster of this part of the City died on monday morning at her Home near Aurora. The funeral was on wednesday with interment at Forest Home. A number of her former friends in Central Park attended the services at the cemetery. The Christian Endeavor Quot hat sociable Quot comes off on Friday evening at the congregational Church. The Young gentlemen Are invited Ocoine and make sport for the girls by a hat trimming contest and the voting ladies to make fun for the boys by trying to drive nails. It is anticipated that a great Many nails will be hit on the head especially thumb nails. A death of More than usual sadness was that of the Little son and Only child of or. And mrs. Dickens which occurred last Friday morning from burning. Mrs. Dickens had left the baby sleeping in bed and had gone out for a few minutes. During he absence the child awoke and went to the stove and in some unexplained Way got its clothing on lire. When the Mother returned the Little one was so badly Brunei i that it lived Only two hours. The funeral wits held Oil sunday at St. Barnabas Church under the direction of James Mii shall. Rev. Luther Pardee of Austin and Rev. Ii. E. Randall assistant pastor . Barnabas officiated. The remains were accompanied by a Large number of friends to Forest Home where the interment took place. A number of Beautiful Floral tributes expressed the Strong sympathy that is Felt for the bereaved parents. Little Roy for that. A is the boy s name w As Only t Hryce years old and a favorite wit h All who knew him never failing to make friends by his winsome ways. Olfe Ilei one. The a nip i Ion pleasure club has an Willii Ince 1 its Tii is grand masquerade to be Given at Fischer s Hall on new j year s l pc. December Olst. The music will be by prof. Neils Tipoai. Liol. Mcpherson. W. Hillsberg. With Nikii ,1. O. Nor Laider and a. Herring will constitute the reception committee. The officers of the club Are Geo. Patterson president Eunile Geyer Secretary Hurley i Ullrich treasurer. Or. And mrs. Sam Slaigh were happily surprised on the twentieth anniversary of their marriage by a Large con pan of their friends last week wednesday evening or. Slaigh had retired for the night but was soon clothed and in his right mind and enjoyed the evening s entertainment As Well As the rest and that is saving a Good Deal for it was a delightful occasion Long to be remembered. The Rev. Or. Johnson of Tipton a. Occupied the pulpit of tile presbyterian Church last sunday morning. Rev. W. A. Harriett of Ridgeland preached ill the evening. The usual services will be held the coining sunday. The officers of the Church express themselves As much gratified at the ease with which the balance due on Rev. Or. Crissman s salary was raised. The i nil i thanksgiving services was held at the m. E. Church november 20th, with a Sermon by the Paster Rev. Or. Williams. The collection taken up for the Relief work amounted to .fs.os. Which was turned Over to the ladies having the work in charge. If anyone in Moreland is in need of clothing the ladies now have an amount on hand that they will gladly distribute to Supply the wants so far As they Are Able to do so. Apply to m. F. Mills Paugh. President. 2. S7 West Madison Street. The Ball of tin Moreland on Satu Well attended by pan of Radii a society Kronau in Day evening last was i distinguished Coin Ami gentlemen of All there having been Anier Calis germans English i Rishi and Colliers. As Udo As scandinavians present. The order of dances comprise i Twenty four nun Ibers and Ali were danced Well. Tue Uri Vas must excellent Bui the Cading i . Liere was a goodly Liu Niber present l Ioni Oak Park and Austin Ami Ali Elitov de t Hei selves most . Anion those present were Alden an Savie. Senator Lum Iii. W. Lalley and m. K a i a be. The Coni in in tee of arrange Ine its consisted of p. O. Lindstrom. N. Smith. P. Cederq list. Svenson and t. Lini a o. and p. Charge of the floor. I Sand. Viclie. Vel e Luo West Side society Icv Clits. Mrs. Nettie Davit of no. 10 Page Avenue has gone to Kansas City to visit her parents or. Ald mrs. Ilain Blin. Miss Laura Robinson has returned Home and will resume teaching he piano Organ and mandolin. She will lie glad to see All her old pupils and will make special lilies to beginners. Star of Hope Lodge . G. T., will give a concert and entertainment Friday night Mccoil Lowr 7, for the Benefit of the waifs Mission. Admission 25 cents. Good music and a first class entertainment will be offered. Our Friend s. P. Taylor the Glass decorator and sign Painter has changed his location from 10 Sangamon Street to 200 West Madison Street where his old friends and patrons will find him ready for business. We Are sorry to learn of the severe illness of William Davis of 24 Jackson Boulevard. Lie was called to St. Louis Oil business and was taken very ill but we learn he i i on the mend and Hope to see him to Fei Safe and Well very soon. Mrs. C. A. Valdvin and daughter of Lilia s. Leavitt Street Start for California on december a to remain through the Winter months for the Benefit of miss Baldwin s health. She has been Suller Illg of like with a nervous attack brought on by Over study. We Hope to see her Buck again in the Spring in Good health and ready to resume her music. Miss Carrie a Voipan of21 Oakley Avenue gave a reception on december is. In Honor of miss Ailie Williams of Blo Winington Iii. After a Fine luncheon had been served the evening was spent in music and dancing and a recital Ion by miss May Ward was Well rendered and enjoyed by nil. Miss Williams returns Home monday december 10. The senior and Junior societies of the third presbyterian Church will give a literary social and Oyster supper combined at blackmail Hall tuesday night december 11, adj pittance 25 cents. There will be also an old maid repair shop in connection with the social. All old maids who wis l to be repaired had better be on hand. This is a. Rare Opportunity an Opportunity of a lifetime so. Gous g -. Quot Ilia iils of a a a mors now is your Lime or. And mrs. J. W. Envin elegant reception in Honor daughter Jessie s eighteenth covers were Laid for fifty Young people. Miss Jessie received in baby Blue Satin trimmed in Cream Al Wilfon she was assisted by miss Pearl chill Ord. In White China silk with Pink roses and miss Mable Bennett in Lemon coloured silk w Ith Black lace and rubies. Miss Erwin received Many it.-?1ut presents among them a Conate ring Ami a it Beautiful Diamon n Quot set watch from an Uncle in new York where miss intends spending the holidays. The Epworth league. Junior Centenary m. E Church gave entertainment tuesday Evenin Weinber 4. The Cadet Drill by the Little girls of the Junior league was remarkably w Ell done. These children who Are in charge of miss Brown give some very interesting entertainments and Are highly appreciated by their audiences w hich Are very enthusiastic cheering them loudly As they Anarch off like old soldiers. These Little ones give j entertainments for the Benefit of the poor and Many hearts were made glad on thanksgiving Day by the Nice dinners sent tin ill by the juniors. They Are doing a great Deal of Good Anion the destitute and sick of the West Side. They have brought rays of Sunshine into Manv Homes that were saddened by poverty and sickness. They Are faithful Little workers and have the Best w wishes and god Speed of All True christians that blessings May follow them in their Good and Noble work. The self of Tirol club of the Epworth House will give an entertainment under the direction of their organizer. Or. George play Stead in the near future which promises to be a Brilliant affair. Notice will be Given in next week s paper. Or. George play Stead. With the assistance of m i s. Cram a re doing a wonderful work with the Little Stive waifs Thev Are picking up on tic West Side. Their work is in the slums picking up the 1 Little children that live in basements and alleys cleaning them up and teaching them from god s Book. Liev Are doing a great missionary work right Here ill Chicago and if there were More such faithful workers As they Are our i ear Cit v would lie the better for if. But thank god there is a great and glorious work going on All Over our big City to Day. By All Christian workers. The missions Are doing Good work everywhere and the Epworth leagues Are working hard and doing a Vonder jul work in All parts of the City feeding Quot a Ilid clothing the poor helping the unemployed to gel work and looking after the sick. There is lots of work to lie done and lots of willing workers and every Call from the poor and distressed will be quickly responded to if reported at and of the missions or leagues. The Epworth House on Illstead and Congress St reets is doing its share under the direction of its Fouth a. Or. Grey. Tile House is always open and All will find a Eon Side Jik in its. Deputy Coroner o Brien me a Day completed the inquest began on the remains of Timothy wafers november 2 Ith. Waters was killed on the front platform of a West Madison Street Cable car near Garfield i Ark on the night of november 25th. The grip car collided with the cover of a manhole and tie grip was driven through the front of the ear immediately udi Tinl it with great violence. Waters Vas caught and crushed about the breast and body and died soon after As a. Result of his injuries. The,.inquest was completed tuesday at the late Home of the deceased 100 Townsend Street. The jury was of the opinion that the West Chicago. Street Railroad company was guilty of Gross criminal carelessness in not having the covers of its vaults and manholes along its line protected better in behalf of human life Ami property interests. The Chicago general railway company monday made a record at t rack laying. At 2 >0 o clock the appellate court dissolved the injunction against the company restraining it from a ing its Iron in Kedzie Avenue Between j Twenty second and thirty first St reels. Expecting the action of the court a i Large Force of workingmen Vas in wait ing ready with materials and fools to j build the Road when the word was Given. Within five minutes after the 1 order of the court had been Given the work was begun. By 7 o clock nine blocks of track bad been Laid and one round trip made Over the line. Certain residents in Kedzie Avenue on the line of the Road fought its construction. About a year ago judge Alorton in i joined the company from building the j Road. The Case has been almost continuously in the courts since that time. Last week judge Burke dissolved the injunction but ruled that the order of judge Alorton should stand until the appellate court should pass on the Case. Regular trains will now be run on the line. Joseph b. Morrison fat her of assistant state s attorney Morrison was seriously injured monday afternoon at the Corner of West Madison and Hal a . While attempting to Board a Cable car he Iii his right foot sustained a compound of the ankle Bone. When lifted from Viv pavement lie was unconscious. He was carried into Wisshack s drug store. Be one of the series issued under the Editorship of prof. Richard t. of the i a diversity of Wisconsin. The maps in the Book which Are coloured Are wage and nationality maps for the District from Halsted to state streets and from Polk to twelfth streets. The first chapter is map notes and comments Quot describing the maps by miss Agnes Sinclair Holbrook. This is followed by a chapter on the Quot sweating system Quot by mrs. Florence Kelley a state factory inspector and another on child labor Quot by mrs. Kelley and mrs. Alzina Stevens assistant factory inspector. Prof. Reublin of the i University of Chicago who Lias been a resident has an article on Quot the Chicago ghetto Quot mrs. Zenian writes of the bohemians and Sig. Valerio has a monograph on Quot italians in miss Lathrop has Art article on Quot Cook county charities Quot miss Ellen g. Starr one on Quot Art and labor Quot and miss Addamson the Quot settlement and the labor movement there is an appendix descriptive of Hull House. Mrs. E. King dressmaker 2475 Kinzle Street. Moreland. Colci Wes Moi Lerator satisfaction . Will do work at custom Cru to inn by the Day. Strict attention paid or it All orders. Order1 taken for Alt Kami f of livery. A. A. C�rriga3v, f and or at m of the a Lille g. De w Here doctors West and Davey tended him. The injured foot bled profusely but the old gentleman who is More than 70 years of age bore up bravely and ten minutes after lie had recovered consciousness he asserted he was Able to walk Home. Then he tried to struggle to Bis feet but had to be assisted and even then be wan unable to lean on the foot. His struggles were viewed by the Little crowd around him with much admiration especially after i lie doctors had said that in w As possible or. Morrison would lose his foot though All the chances were in favor of its being saved. Finally the officials of West Chicago railway ordered a cab and had m r. Morrison Romov i his Home at 455 Marshfield Avenue. Girlhood in it. Is the opinion of Many who make Trio subject ii study that it is dangerous to transplant new customs in ail old country. Those that ulivo existed for centuries no the ones Lii Ali must Best suit Tho temperament. And tie disposition of to Liao who have is Al>1 inked . Tho latin races have licit blood running 111 their veins and cannot be trained to follow tie customs and Laws of colder blooded nations. A Yini Nii French nirl it is said cannot to trained to follow Tho limits of Ood Fellowship and Friendship for boys As american of girls have been from time Inni Ierino rial. In is also asserted that it is not. So much in the Difei once of training As in temperament. Besides the fault lies with tie men Moro than with the of girls. It is probable that frenchmen cannot help it but when i hey sen a Rii-1 unprotected it Dot s not matter where they Delight in giving information which she in her innocence and if Indranee would lie better without. There is no Yousifi Man in All Franco of whom you could say he is Elko a Zirl Quot and leave a Young miss who is not his sister with impunity in his society. Accordini to the belief of reliable French men and women then pure Nice fat girls will never he found except at the Side of their mothers whom Thev never have left and All change in the system of education will Only make French girls wild and . The laundry liar. This is really a 41 companion Niece Quot to to shoe Fiat by info made of Brown Linen Ami i i Ora led with appropriate designs in i outline. Tufi. It May he made in one Jii co double it the Bottom and top or in two pieces. Ii. The latter cant the piece it i 208s> West Lake St., Telephone wei6 1027. Chicago. I Udvig l. Larson a p. O. Linda from Larson amp Lindstrom dealer in imported and Domestic wines Hal oks amp cigars. Bottled goods for family use a specially Chicago ave. Chicago 111 e. J.-�od2 w Lake St. Illinois. The world s Way. Three men mile out to the wide wide world. Sin to sin hey for the merry merry Way Ami the first joined tie War where Tho Banner was furled. Slug hey nine to where the skulls lie Low and the second had a port in Tho of a Kin Quot pins to Sii Iii his for the bribe and its pay but he Ere wed too Iii a for the throne he tried to sir a a a a us hey sin to where the Gallows wind mow. And the third he married a line Horny wife a Iii to Sinf hey Lor Tho merry marriage Day 1 for she spent his Money and led him Sueh a life Sinai try sin to to Tho funeral to Neh were the ways of these three merry men Tsing to sin hey at the world s Sweet Way borne Trilling pleasure a Hope and then hey Simiti to for the rave Pielow. A new Virk tribunes to additions to Iii i in hoi Sib i i a a Mestini r i n Mem i till i la f. Is ii a i. S i. I i a i a i. Hull Louse the social set t lenient at 15 South Halsted my eel. Has secured an Extension of lease until cd. Two new buildings Are to be. Erected at once with a third in Prospect. William Colvin. Who put up the building Eon Mainino the Coffee House and men s club room will furnish Money for one addition and will put a third Story Over the whole build Iii. One addition on the first floor will have room which May be Illee trims. The loom mrs. Lawt Lorne it ii ii>ine8s. I am you can dwell upon any lot Quot with unalloyed Delight Quot for certainly if Ever there were a felicitous one it is mine. I broken immortal love surrounds and pervades . We have extraordinary health in addition to More essential elements of happiness. My husband transcends my Best dream and no one but i can Tell what lie must be therefore. Whon i have climbed up to him i think i shall ii and myself in the presence of the shining ones for i can Only say that every Day he rises upon me like a Sun at Nii noon. And then such children and now Tho Prospect of Means to buy bread and a Little Mako too i have written on and Tho Sun has set Ami the Moon has risen and reveals the line sculpture of nature. I a and Julian and Libby Liose Are All in profound repose. Not a sound can lie heard but my Pell strokes Anil the Ever Welcome voice of Trio Iri Cut. Quot much seems cd press Crew fed to announce silence and peace. Al a murderer would compose his car sufficiently to listen to tin1 chirp of a Cricket do you think he could then �40 and kill his Bruth Ori believe lie could not but it needs a sense an Hicke cd by outrageous passion to hear cod s crickets. It even needs a mind unburdened Vii a care. A from Tho Law thorns 111 in Century. L Ile space made into Vav Eliconi m. M. Ovstei Buic c. Titus . V. Dill while r. Cei Teri i list had til Refre Collie All a Nie iils in Alt pie san l or Sonier the a Ila i 1 title. Provided As excellent. Kronau Ball was a very and will Bercini Quot in i de ii Iii i., v r. S. It. In. My ,. Tile monthly Mikeial and in iness in Eti 11 of the y. 1. S. I. K. Was held on tuesday eve inc. December till at the resilience of or. And mrs. Fred Clemenson. A Bire company was present and a delightful even Iii a was a pent As a sort of Ehn Sterino of their new Home. A music in and he Ray prot Rali Vas rendered in the following order open him Sony Tino hearted whole la Marks by president k. F. Bibb be citation i. S in a do duet miss addio Kevil Ivd l Lei Uelison Kinnius Frank c son wonderful Tove Lei to it Ion Lilly Hall head Iii. Miss addle Kew Solo. Miss Florence Crawford Quartetti addio k Quot a Florence raw Ord messes. Tea e and Clein Elisor Llemit Itira Elsie fall so if. By All Iod lie a Vul Yon till we 111-et a Liu Benediction e. S3. Sui pin �o11. A Lailo dining used Abr club Oil the second floor will Atford additional facilities futile Hull House men s Chili. I 011 the third floor will b sleep my rooms Lor men. A three Story building. To be known As the Quot children s for the 11.se of the kindergarten and Day nurse re. Will be erected either ill Ewill Quot no it i Oak Street near Halsted. This will be built by liar Les Mather Smith in the name of his i laughter. Miss Mary Koett Smith who has Lon been responsible for the maintenance of the Wiur it cry. >11 the first floor will be the children s 111 nine a 10m and club rooms 011 the second floor the kindergarten and nurse re on the third floor. A music room and sleep int Loonis for some of the residents whose work is with the children especially. A third Sto a is also to he built on Hull House itself in order to afford Oreater accommodations for residents. The Money for this is provided by mrs. Nancy Foster whose name is borne by one of the women s dormitories at the i University of Chicago. The facilities of the settlement have increased with the Field of usefulness until now almost All the Block in which it is inhaled is under the control of the Hull House. Lic Side Hull House itself and the build Iblis cont amino the Colico House and men s dub already mentioned. T Here is the i lilt Ler u Lerv. A t w 11-Story building in Halsted Street the of India sum i lie co operal i v e Coal Yard which Lias an Obice Halsted Ami k Vii no Nursery. In Hiim Ine occupied by Llu operative boat the Corner of streets and the reel is tin club a Colli of fifth Vouge tended for the sack should be nearly one half As Loii i a Ain As the front the extra length Yeinji folded Over like a Ifan. This is Linis Lueil with a Lind in of red braid with which the two parts of the ban Are securely hound together a couple of brass ring s serving hero to h built i the bag in its place. Women and cooking. To miss Juliet cordon of this City belongs the Honor of Bavin established the first cooking school in the l nit cd states and of originating the idea of instructing women in Domestic affairs in general. It was in Listl trial miss Corson befall her work and in i the idea was taken up in the West whore a miss Allen organized a school of household science in tie Industrial University at Champaign ills. In list similar work was in the kans is slate agricultural College. Other brei mines in the East and West having the same Aims in View were the establishment of a course of teaching in so Ientile cookie a in Seminary in Isth under the tuition of miss i Artia the opening of a cooking school in Loston 111 is j and of one in Chicago in isl. The Chica,1�� school so 11 became very popular and its instructor mrs. Fan a i. Kwint one of tile most Able and inter Cliine teachers of cooking in the country Vas invited it Losli la establish a summer conking Sulu of at Cekau Lauquan. . a Tab Lis lied a Quot school of Domcel in Economy Quot in Iowa agricultural College. A new York i ust. <�1111 Rit Cicil �11 Cedars. The Captain of a Steamer that plies Plontz the new England coast and that was passing one of the rented lonely is lands Oil the Maine Shore up Intel to an enormous clock of nulls that whitened the rocks the surface of the sea and the branches of the Cedars that Clin to the hard soil. Quot there Quot said he Quot what do you think of that and yet. If you turn to a Book 011 natural history they la Tell you that a lulls won t Perch on Trees. Seme fool sailors believe that Tho petrels or Mother Carey s chickens never alight even 011 the water but Are always on Tho Liik they Don t use their eyes. And Sonio of these scientific Fellows Are As bad As Tho sailors. Quot a Lewis uni journal. Fue i . It is often a mistake for a woman to Uso certain Fae e lot ions because they seem to a rce Willi and improve the skin Eif some othe r woman. A dry skin requires 0110 kind of Tii Aime no a very oily skin another and even the different features of the same free different treatment. A frenchwoman thinks that our country women Are slow to remember or think of this difference. She says Quot if Tho skin to of Cood Quality on All the face with the exception of the nose and the latter secretes too much Oil a Bath with u sponge dipped in Liora water will keep Tho Lionso in better condition while the rest of Tho face would be injured and dried by Borax. Tie wrinkles about Tho eyes May to successfully treated with Cocoa butter Whilo for the Ottier features that treatment might do harmful. Every woman May try for herself the action of harmless cosmetics but. They should be used new York Post. W11111011. The Lii to Siors Brick Fiat Al j47 l Olk Street is als used by the settlement. Al ji5 l Olk Stree property also under the Contini of miss Dauis. Liere is a club of printers the Block in l Olk s Tver just cast of a lasted. Has be ii secure Das a play ground Ibi Clil Drin. A Hook is to lie iss Iteli by these Etle-11 leu Solidi us Lilor the Lille Quot 11 Ili l House maps and l apers. Quot it is nov in the hands of the Pii tors Thomas y. Crow Eli \ co. New York. The l ook will another Sien of pm i i Ark is tiie pro sense 01 of the elect Rie poles v set Durino Cates thai Rui Niini i i months. I when paid i liar denial. A this sect. Quarter a Ross ill i it Ohio Las Welt ill Street i i i have been last week. This a Mil lie Street cars Here Vav 111 be v elect Rickii v 11 e fore Many he poles Are of Iron and led Vav ill not be wholly tinny i his will it Early Benefit n of the City As a resilience it will lesson i a a utile by Trio Ulm a haired woman. It is rarely one sees a woman s hair of the absolute inky Huu of Hamlet s cloak but the n line does lie certain Tho Dusky Che Velure is a threat Beauty. In these Days of Uncertain drabs and forays and Browns Ajuis the Quot tinted Quot Blond a line head of Black hair is very conspicuous particularly when ils possessor happens to be a handsome to i k with fresh Clear skin and. Tie til lie Eves which always Quot in Quot with just such Black hair. Such a Type is Seldom seen but it is pure Irish and no greater beamy than this real celtic Beauty can in found Anions jul the Saxon latin and Oriental races. A Hoston Herald Jam til Ssell \\.  i 1l>aluiiu-r. Mrs. Edward i Luniett is the Only child a if the bite James Tussell Lowell. She was a very pretty attractive you if girl much admired by the undergraduates and Llu Zvarel As Well As by the Lar a number of people whom he r lather s Fame Drew about t Lent l oth. It was one Eif miss Lowell s fit Ieva res that she was supposed by All the acquaintances w fun she Mado to have1 All the wit and Wisdom Eif her Parent. It is a Stock Story co Cernic to Quot her that when she was asked As she Acu rally was Quot 1 to von care for poetry Quot she always replied i Ercely Quot no i Bate Twett Here avid the City. Mule it Fortune keying 15oj�rilei\s. There is a certain be Jimj widow in new York who within a Lew Short years Lias made a Fortune at that usually the most unsuccessful of All occupations the keep inn of hoarders. She Lias purchased a j1u0, Leo lion be Vyt Cli elevator and All hotel Conven Idlas and charges her very swe a patrons the prices of the Waldorf. Table napkins with one s own i i Al upon them and Linen also one s exclusive own Are Amone tie luxuries. And she boasts that Weium null take their dinners at her House v. He i Thi up t tired of Ilmoni to s Quot a i bit Idelphia press. A the ladies Aid society of the in. E. Church u old Tho a. C. La of Moreland tenth reel a Farewell us tense party a it or. And mis. K Ladi on tuesday Everino before their Lepa Tille to Ai Katsias. Lev. Or. Williams .1 a soit a a per sch in lie half of a he Ehn Roli mrs. Liim re in an us a Jess in behalf of the Llie s a. I so lety Ulvi mrs. Vil Asp auth fir the a i a Quot

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