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" Balfie's" letter from the Convent of St. Ursula was quite despondent in tone. "Anything
would have been better than embroidering dresses for other people's babies. and perhaps I was
hasty with XYilliam. Did you know that"K" had accepted the Social Etiquette chair at Abbot
this year? "
"The last paragraph of Mary Church's letter from a small Illinois town, said: "My little
fiock claims all my attention. XYriting sermons is the smallest part of my very busy life. I
brought poor Alice Littlefield back to the fold a short time ago. I found her in Chicago studying
art and she confessed she had not been to church for two Sundays."
Then came a pile of circulars. The first was from a well-known publishing company. It
bore a picture of our Lucy. and said in part: "The fifteenth edition of Miss Atwood's novel.
Her A unt's Stepson. is now on sale. Also several new books from the same clever pen."
Under this was a picture of Carita and an exhortation to buy Bigelozfs Standard Encyclo-
paedia at lowest possible rates."
Another circular announced the arrival in New York of Betty Graves. disciple of Billy
Sunday. "Hear her in the tabernacle April lst."
Then on a most artistic folder -"Rachel's. 1300 Fifth Avenue. XYe have an exclusive
line of beltless. trimmingless gowns in all the neutral shades. Miss Olmstead will speak on dress
reform Tuesday at three." A footnote said. "Go to Smithwick's. next door, for hats."
"Goss and Davis, C lairvoyant and Beauty Specialists," read the next circular. "XYe will
make you beautiful and tell your fortune while you wait. Send for In the Next World by G. Goss
and .lfy Beauty Secrets by E. Davis."
The last of the circulars was simple. but in exceedingly good taste. It went something like
this z- "All the new dances taught in ten lessons. Frances Gere Cpupil of Mrs. C astlej furnishes
music and partners for ladies and gentlemen. Entire course S100."
The next letter was postmarked washington, D. C .. and Marguerite's description of her
impressions as the " Xewest Senatress from Illinois" was delightful. J
"O, did you know." Betty interrupted Margo's letter to ask. "that Miriam Bacon was
running an agency at Xlilliamstown providing Prom men for girls' boarding-schools? And