Women are expected to pour new wine into old bottles; to rear children in an atmosphere of peace and love, willing to help and to be helped, to learn and to teach, to share and share alike, — for all this is thought charming in children, — and then these children are expected to enjoy and to succeed in the various ferocities and rapacities of the world, first encountered at school and college. Women are expected to make bricks without straw; without disturbing the Sleepy surface of domesticity, they are expected to rear children to suit the new time. In the past twenty years, moreover, not only has the religious and moral life of the nation been undergoing great change, but its intellectual life has grown more exacting, and now its Spiritual life is demanding the first place. Every art and science has been extending and asserting its claims. A good all round man, as the Americans express it, may be our ideal, yet we feel the old maxim is true Not many things, but much.