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Caitlei in the Air.
Wealthy American women have re
cently takon up ballooning, and a
friendly observer is inspired to dilato
upon tho inexpenslvonesB of the pas
time, and then to lot his imagination
soar. A fine balloon, he says, coats
only $500, and ono "sailor" can run it,
whereas a yacht, or oven an automo
bile, may easily eat up a modest for
tune every year. This, is fact. Fancy
takes command as tho author suggests
tho charm of vacations spent in cap
tive balloons, or, better still, In "kite
houses," moored anywhere from a
thousand to 10,000 feet above tho sur-
faco, in that pure and rarefied at
mospnero wiiich invalids go far to
find. Provisions would be sent up and
letters sont down in a traveling-basket;
there could be telephono connec
tion; and harsh sounds, unsightly
scones and disagreeable odors would
all be cut off by distance. To be sure,
the wind and the kite house might
take a notion to fall simultaneously.
Then a woman who had ascended to
escape the tension of business or so
ciety or family affairs would have a
fine chance to learn whether the ex
periment had strengthened her nerves.
But, says the YoutbB Companion,
granting that all ent well above, and
granting that our women would con
sent to flee or fly their responsibili
ties, such an undertaking would prob
. ably bo hampered from below. Unless
the occupant of an air castle arranged
to return to earth at. frequent inter
vals her husband or sweetheart would
get her back, even if he had to take
tho risk of climbing up the cable.
The attempt of the Methodist
church to make $1,000 the minimum
Balary which any of its ministers
shall receive may be followed by sim
ilar action on the part of the Congre
gationalist8. The Rev. Dr. George A.
Gordon of Boston, in commenting on
tho matter recently, called attention to
something which Is frequently forgot
ten, Hamely, that conditions of life
have changed, until now, instead of
churches somewhere nearly equal in
financial resources, there are some
very rich and powerful churches, and
some very poor and weak; and what
is needed, is a general sustentatlon
fund which shall put the poorer
churches more nearly on a part with
the richer ones. Dr. Gordon says,
probably with Justice, that it Is fast
becoming an impossibility to get self
respecting young men, even among
those who follow an ideal, to work for
such small salaries as many churches
pay, and therefore tho churches suffer
from the lack of the-klnd of preachers
To older graduates of American col
leges, and tq most adults who have
Hot been to college, the solemnity of
the undergraduate youngster Is naive-'
ly funny. Ono college paper, In such
bitter stylo as might be.approprlato to
some mighty moral or political issue,
chastises tho entire undergraduate
body for not turning out to cheer the
football team at practice. Air other
practice, say at penmanship or the
piano, can be carried on by the prac
tlcers with the requisite tools. Foot
ball, apparently, cannot be learned ox.
cept In presence of a mob. Another
college paper gravely protests against
the freshmen's increasing habit of
walking on tho prohibited jbI&o of h
certain street, and declares college
cuatoms to a sacred tradition, to be
reverently observed by each young
batch of collegians.
The University Itowjng Association
at Princeton Is having a much needed
boathouse -built pn the north bank of
Carnegie lake. The building will bo
ohe hundred feet lon$ fcy .thirty: feet
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