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—Mary A. M Mark* tb (load Word**
damn dad Architecture.
Rtnengrrs frequently rrmar. apod ’
tb* Moaofoay «*f th* Augusta srehlter
tar* Trur, Ikm la 00l tub «** th*
fearful sameness diwioigul.hing the
block it lb* larger cities, utaerc H »«
possible to dUr.cguitb oat’s boait fr.-m
ran neighbor* only by Ibt number
abovt Ibt door: but the g otral all't
la limtlar. and very frt Auguatam m
boast of hirata entirely different la
rharirtrr from (boat surrounding
Tbt early archliacinr* of oor city la
rarely beautiful, but ibt mo4*rn ( houe*
rsnnqt compare with It. A certain
style la aeen to be mliaunllal and
rather graceful, and Immediately ev
erybody copies it. This Is partly be*
raise property earners do not care to
go to the expense of purchasing -wig- !
Inal designs—m this way Sliding it
possible to dispense with the servicesj
of architect—but principally because
very few women have any ideas on the
subject of houae-bulldlng beyond the i
undeniably useful ones connected with
plenty of closet room and the best ,
plumbing. Now that all of the do-,
tnestlc sciences are becoming so popu- j
lar for women's study, why would It j
not be s sensible Idea to add to them i
a practice! knowledge of architecture? i
Women would all then know Just what
they wanted. and would Insist upon
having It, without the fear of making
themselves ridiculous by Insisting up-t
cn certain require meats which utterly
exclude —as was the esse In one re- j
markable Instance of amateur house
plcnning—the possibility of getting in
s stairfaee, and »t the same t me they
wruld mrVs all of the restd'fie.s far
more satisfactory from an artistic
A Home Maker.
I'nqinwtionably. thk woman with n
knowledge oi architecture make* b far
mor- slice- srful horte-maker thau the
on whose imowledgr «kK>r not extend
beyotM the proper crderlflg of a din
ner or tlic corteri, make of a bed. One
cf the mo*t charming housee In Au
gusta today ia onp that was remodel
led by Its owner, a very clever woman,
with whom architecture has been a
fad from her extreme youth. H“r hus
band would not give her the money ahe
thought necessary for employing an ar
chitect to do the remodelling on a
grand ecile, so, with a very sma 1
amount she employed a carpenter and
did her owa superintending. The front
hall was very narrow, but back of the
stairs was a large square place, a de
lightful reception hall, if It were not
nearly as dark as midnight. She did
away with this most serious objection
by having cut a long window horizon
tally placed high up in the wall In such
a manner as to allow plenty of light to
cmer In without giving a view of th»
very ugly back yard which it ever
locked. Hangings, a rug cr two, a
window-scat wad plenty cf fclllcwa
made this a roost Inviting corner.
The dinmg-room was, not only small,
but it was dark because itts only two
windows opened into a conservatory
instead of letting in the bright sun-
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i proceaa. which while It la to be na*d
principally by large buataaaa gonam I#
utilised with good edort tor baaranants
that wotild be aplemUd lltrtna apart
mcfits If they were well lighted H*r
•toscrlptum Is worth quoting, beesuan
the process I* something entirely new.
and It I* Interesting because few peop
pie knew .f It and because It la about
ito rerolutlonlse the building of larga
•torus In big cities.
Lighting Through PHaons.
When a ray of light passes from on#
transparent medium, such M glass or
aster, to another. It unoMaoe* a
i hang* of direction at the surface of
separation. This change of direction
jof light rays Is called refractions Thr
knowledge of this property of llgbt has
i been utilised in what Is known a* tbs
l.uifer method of lighting buildings.
i Th» natural light of a room comes di
rectly from the «ky and striking the
floor within ten or twenty feet of the
' window Is almost entirely lout. The
'quantity of light utilised In very small
In comparison with that which enters
the window. In the new system the
■ light Is received upon a piste of prisgis
j and under th" lens of refraction is 1
J diverted and borne back Into the room.
No light Is lost; no light ia created:
■ but daylight Is diffused uniformly
throughout the interior spare. Base
. nientß are lighted by the use of prism
|tiles placed In the sidewalk with ver
tical frames, of prism lights of Iho re
quired variety bung below and oppo
site for the purpose of carrying light
back Into that portion to be Illumined.
The 1-nglUh Mouse.
There are. of course, fashions in ar-j
‘chlu-cture as well as In gown*, and the
woman who would be the envy of all
h?r dear thoueand-and-one friends l«i- j
islats upon having some absolutely new,
'designs for her house. Strictly speak-i
jlng, theie Is nothing exactly new In ,
this line, bul one certain style Is more
popular at cue time, and another dur
ing another period. The American Ro
| manesque Is the only style we can
I claim* as exclusively our own, the Re-
I nr-issaues being borrowed from both
the French and Italians; but we dis
tinguished ourselves, in the South, by
cur adaptation of the Classic, known
ns the Roman. A visiting architect re
cently charmed a group of Augustans
by his praise of the old Colonial man
sions, end their clever modern Imita
tions, on the Hill. He was very con
servative, so he did not hesitate to
say that the Americanized Classic style
of architecture was the most thorough
ly satisfactory, because It was always
In good taste, and never either glar
ingly new nor deplorably old.
From h!s point of view, It was some- i
thing on the order of a woman always j
liavifll? a ghod serviceable black silk j
for long wear, However, there are!
plenty of wetaen who prefer the frlvola !
cf dress In homes as well as in gowns. |
Three, upon Inquiry, will find that the i
very latest fafi In houses is the Eng-!
Hall half-Mtr-tKrei. Honker? of this I
charcater are very popular now In the ■
North, but they are only slowly win- j
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and be* hands ar* always immanatw*.
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rreamed and rtitared Wild Hiamwt*
Then ah# tahrtrataa with a bome-asad*
saftewer a hen ah* washes her band*
This I* made by •>■»•«•« glycerta* two
third* tooae-third nnp flow** water
and thia Hka la imgrovad by drop*
Hag iato U a sgrtaki* of gowdeted
Mailer* of the toilet do sot eacroa*
, all of her attention however •* la
I learning ta make all aorta of dHigb’fui
hot-weather dieheo and drinks; and
the men who have not time to g> away
tsf so# the lo*ely creator** at the re
set!* think* th* h< me gtd «b» most
charmingly domestic Milts rrxolure he
has ever knows N< thing could be
' nicer than sluing oa her cool glass* ia
'the even lags sipping fn»;t nectar and
. lialealag to her bright chatter In sll
'aorta of logk-s of Inlereat to men Tor
the stay at-home girl ha# improved her
' opportunities mentally and can talk
politics with the wisest of them. 8ol!d
friendship* are formed for the coming
arae-.n amt altogether the stay-al bum*
girl has the best of It all around.
The Pltv of It.
A group of Augusta women recently
visiting Fort McPherson, stopped to
talk to a private aoldler muklng hla
painful way nboul on a pair of rrutch
i-s. Ills face was drawn with pain and
his rye# had a hopeless look; but.
thanks to the efforts of th* physicians
sod th* good food to be had In the
Dietary Kitchen of the Daughters of
th* American Revolution. * mure
healthy color was gradually ateallug
Into hi* cheeks.
*'l shall never again bo of any use ‘o
anybody," ho said, "for the rheumatism
has deformed mr. I should not mltid if
I werr wounded, or If anything hail
happened, while I was fighting for my
country. But I never saw the enemv.
There were no batllea. For all of u»,
It waa Just waiting, waiting and dy
ing by Inches. Now my life is over, so
fer as Its usefulness Is concerned, and |
I <vlll never have the satisfaction of
knowing I struck a single blow.”
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land bunions. It's the greatest comfort
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MARSHALL O. K.
The Case Against the Gentleman Re
cently Arrested Here Thrown Out.
Rpecinl to The Herald.
Savannah. On., Sent. 9.—A. A,
Marshall, the hook agent representing
T>. Appleton & Co.'s Atlanta agency
and who was recently arrested In Au
gusta on a charge of cheating and
swindling, came out with “flying col
ors” In the city court here today.
When arraigned, he pleaded "not
guilty.’’ After hearing the evidence,
•Judge Norwood ordered the case no!
prossed. There ate other charges
I against M. Marshall, but he was at
i lowed to go on his .own recognizance,
i The Chatham artillery arrived at
home this afternoon at two o'clock.
!The reception accorded the command,
which Is officially known as light Imt
jt«ry H, Georgia aitlllery. was immense,
i The men were met at Ihe depot hy a
band and escorted to the armory .where
a collation was served. The streets
.were lined with cheering people, as the
I troops walked up from the depot.
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I fully realize the supreme disgust of consumers
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and other Foreign matter. On and after this Date,
August lOth, 1898. I offer the Wholesale trade the
above Brands Flour Guaranteed Absolutely Pure
Winter Wheat, Goods of the Highest typo.
Ask for prices Flour, Meal, Grits, Bran and sh ip
stuff delivered your station.
J. M. BFBRY. THE MERCHANT MILLER
l#Z*Ueorgis and Carolina l'aper. Report Kilimste on Above Space per month.
Rome few women discredit this as
sertion, but those Who have tried a
Gas Range could not bo induced to
adopt the old-fashioned method again.
Vou see it Is so easy to regulate tt»9
Gas Range. If you want one vegetable
to cook more slowly than another, you
have but to lum the thumb screw
and you can reduce the heat to any de
gree you desire. The same with your
roast. If It is doing too quickly, you
don't need to throw open the oven d#or
and run the risk of chilling It. You can
regulate your range to suit your meat.
Tie Gas Liill Co. if Aopita,
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