Image from page 413 of “The Ladies’ home journal” (1889)

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Identifier: ladieshomejourna65janwyet
Title: The Ladies’ home journal
Year: 1889 (1880s)
Authors: Wyeth, N. C. (Newell Convers), 1882-1945
Subjects: Women’s periodicals Janice Bluestein Longone Culinary Archive
Publisher: Philadelphia : [s.n.]
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THE H.W. GOSSARD CO. • CHICAGO • NEW YORK • SAN FRANCISCODALLAS • ATLANTA -TORONTO • MELBOURNE • SYDNEY -BUENOS AIRES (Continued from Page 16)and asked for a penny stamp, which thepost clerk gave him. Have you noothers? he demanded, and after a sheetof stamps had been-produced and he hadconsidered them head by head, he pointedto a stamp in the very center and saiddecisively, I will take that one! . . .There was also Mme. Amboise, Sitwellfamily hanger-on, a Russian married toa Frenchman, and beloved, or so she in-ferred, by none less than the ItaliandAnnunzio. Mme. Amboise was afraidof domestic animals, and once whenwalking in the Sitwell gardens was rudelystartled by a young heifer. When she ar-rived at the house, excited and out ofbreath, she rushed to the drawing room.My friends, she explained, I havemet a bull child in the park—and he hasput me into pants. Since then I am inthem ahvays! CULVER SERVICE

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Movie star Jane Wytnan, no aeluro-phobe, and her adopted kittens. Those who suffer from aelurophobia(ailouros, Greek for eat, and phobia,fear) will shy away from THE CATS OFWILDCAT HILL, by Char is Wilsonand Edirard Weston, but the rest ofus love it—most entertaining picturesand text about just ordinary eats. The Sitwell books and a new bi-ography, MIRABEAU, by AntoninaValiant in, are way up top on thisdepartments list of recent readingchoices. Like Great Morning! theMirabean is also a recapitulation ofthe antagonism between father andson—in this case the vitriolic hatredof father toward son. The Marquis deMirabeau, father of Gabriel, hated hisown wife and took out his spite, aftershe had left him, on his son. I haveoften said that if this eldest boy hadnot come into the world, at a placewhere there were no visitors, I shouldhave believed him to be a bastard.He educated him with the deliberateintention of undermining any self-eonfidence that the boy might have,sending him to the r

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