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THE WASHINGTON. HEJRALD.. SATURDAY. APRIL 27, 1912.
Woodward &, Lothrop
. New York-WASHINGTON-Paris'
Qur Boys' Suits Combine, -Service
and Individuality. )
Good, pure,-all-wool materials,
insure service. The workmanship that goes into suits that we show
requires more than a mere laibwledge of designing and tailoring skill,
but the supreme efforts of merrivho are trained and. tested in their
oarticular lines of endeavor is an imoortant Dart of each trarment.
f making them durable, serviceable,
result in suits that are not worth considering.
You have complete dress excellence and comfort when jou de
mand the best clothing, and that is why we insist that you should
see the suits of our selection -before makingyour choice for your boy.
Individuality in style and finish js secured by the fact that each
suit is designed and built separately, and by exclusive boys' tailors;
not men's tailors who try to utilize th" accumulated ideas 'of the grown
ups, but suits that embody stylish, snappy ideas desired by the boys,
f There's a choice here that means satisfaction.
Norfolk and Double-breasted Suits $5.00 to $15.00
Russian and Sailor Suits $5.00 to $5 60
TOM floor-Tetith at. ..
Footwear for the Young.
Style, fine leathers and durability of make are splendidly
Foy Scouts' Shocs--Made of genuine elkskin Jeather tanned by a
secret process which makes them have greater wear-resisting qualities;
they fit like a glove. Soles are of chrome tanned elk leather fastened
by a special method so they can't pull off. Whether your boy is a
scout or not you will want him to have a pair of these shoes, as they
wear longer than the average shoe, and are ideal for all out-door ser
vice. Shown in black, fan, and smoke.
Sizes 11 to 13. Pair.
Sizes 1 to 5. Pair. . .
Sizes 6 to 9. Pair
We also direct attention to our
strap Pumps for misses and children. A stjle of shoe made expressly
for us, and shown in all leathers
Sizes 5 to 8. Pair
Sizes 8i to 10 $. Pair.
Sizes 11 to 2. Pair
Barefoot Sandals, of best tan
soles; the finest summer footwear for
Third flour-F si.
A Comfortable Baby Carriage,
made of tan and brown reed, with auc '.? lor oc c aozm
hood; best steel springs and run- & gP" weU known
ning gear; rubber-tired wheels; s dal - 8 12y 17c
Temovable cushions. , . 1A c
c? .i c-icnn i Regular prices, 10c, 15c, 20c can.
special price, qIo.UU each. mm soo-Tenta at.
WOODWARD & LOTHROP.
ONLY THE PUREST
ONLY THE CLEANEST
v ONLY THE FINEST
IN THE WORLD
IS USED IN MAKING
THE FLOUR THE BEST COOKS USE
Sold by all first-class grocers
CHAS. KING a
AHH0UNCE SEVERAL PE0M0H0NS
Changes of Personnel In District
If Government Made.
A number or cnanges in the personnel
of various branches of the District gov
ernment were connrmed yesterday after
noon by the. Commissioners.
Upon the recommendation of Morris
Hacker. District Building Inspector.
Thomas J. Gavin was appointed" assist
ant Inspector of plumbing at a salary of
JX3 per diem, a he resignation of W. 8.
Sheets as inspector of underground con
structions, Public Service Corporations
was accepted. Mr. 'Sheets nas accepted
a position as construction engineer with
a local public service corporation.
Upon the .recommendation of Asa K.
Phillips, superintendent or sewers, (J. tr.
Leue. inspector in the sewer division at
a salary of H,3W per annum, was pro-,
moted to Inspector at Jtai per diem.
Victor Mlndclerr, an inspector at Jl per
and the very best workmanship
lasting essentials which if missing
complete line of Iron-clad Ankle-
and white Sea Island canvas; neatly
willow calfskin, with oak leather
boys and girls.
and $2.00 pair.
Pure Food Special Values.
"Brookdale" California Fancy Unerad-
20c can. Regular price, 25c
Fancy Mammoth Green Asparagus,
28c can. -Regularly 35c.
La SevUlana Mammoth Queen Olives,
21c twttle. Regularly 25c.
Italian Olive Oil. rich, absolutely pure,
and of food Oaor.
69c can. Regularly 79c
California Fancy Lemon Citric Peaches.
22c can; $2.50 dozen.
Fancy Santa Clara California Prunes,
13c lb.; 2 lbs. for 25c
Genuine Maine Sugar Corn.
10c can; $1.10 dozen.
Keeker's Cream Oatmeal.
9c pekg.; 3 for 25c
Snlder's Tomato Soup, an exceptionally
soa concentrated soup.
SON CO., INC.,
dlem. was promoted to Inspector at Vsn
per annum. C K. Woodson. Inspector at
JX50 per diem, was promoted to Inspec
tor at x per aiem. AH of the promo
tions become eaecuve May L
Benefit for Swedish. Mission.
Ap. entertainment for the benefit of
the Swedish Mission will be given this
evening in the chapel of Luther Place
Memorial Church. A programme of
vocal and Instrumental music, recitals
and short addresses will be given, and
Colleges Vlnn Butt aiemorial.
Clinton, N. Y., April s& The students
01 Hamilton College to-day voted to
Initiate a movement to erect a memorial
to Mai. Archibald Butt by subscrlntinn
of the undergraduates of the American
-.vai. .wu Ms.,uc. i is pi&nnea
to place the memorial at MaL Butt's
own Alma Mater, the University 01 the
South, Eewante, Tenn. c-s T-? -J
The date for the first of tna series of
sarden parties which Mrs. Taft will give
this spring on tlie White .House- lawn,
has been set lor JsTiday, May la. 'me
second recepUpn will be n May 17,nd
has teen arranged for the foreign dele
gates to the .Ked Cross convention, wmen
will be in session atyia tune- A feature
of this tntertainment will be dancinr
la the East Room of the White House
ln"addltlon to the reception on tne lawn.
Ihe German Ambassador and Countess
von BernstornT entertained a company of
jojing' people at dinner last evening.
-Tne guests were mu ana altb. abiic, Vi
London; Airs, Klpley, of New York; Mrs.
K. R. Thomas, of Iew TorK; tne Countess
Glzvckl. Miss Alys Meter. Miss June
Meyer. Miss Laura Merriam. Represents;
tlve Callln. Mr. A. Piatt Andrew, Count
Csekonlcs of the Austria-Hungarian Em
bassy staff. Mr. Harrison, Capt, Boy-Ed
pf,the German Krnoassy staff, and Herr
Von Buetow of the uerman jsmrjassy
The Secretary of State and Mra, Knox
with Mr. Knox's secretary, Mr. coomos,
will leaVe here, to-morrow for New Or
leans. They may also De accompanied
by Gov. and Mrs. Clark of Alaska, as
far as Ban Kranclsco. After visiting in
San Kranclsco. Mr. and Mrs. Knox will
go to Santa Barbara to be the guests
fni a ttrfr vf.it tn Kir. KnarL cromer.
Reluming they will visit Yellowstone
PsrK and other points or interest west
The German Ambassador and Countess
von Bemstorff, Miss Boardman, Mrs.
Herbert Wadsworth. and Mrs. Blair are
among the patrons and patronesses for
the forthcoming performances of Faust.
May 6 and 7. In the Columbia Theater.
under the. direction and management of
Mrs. Wadsworth and Miss Helen Taft
will spend. the week-end at Warrenton,
The Secretary of the United States
Legation at Panama and Mrs. "William
Whiting Andrews are the guests of the
former's brother-in-law and sister, Mr.
and Mrs. Robert HoJltster Chapman.
They are accompanied by their young
son, and are receiving many social at
tentions. Mrs. John Hays Hammond has cards
out for a musicale Monday arternoon
when Miss IMnna Easier, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph hasley, of New' lork
will be tne soloist.
Mrs. Rebecca Kills has sent cards out
announcing the marriage of her daugh
ter. Miss Millie Lee Kills, to Mr. Walter
K. Smith. The ceremony was performed'
esterday momtng In St. Peters Cnurcn,
Rev. Stephen T. Morns, omctating. Miss
Margaret Smith attended the bride as
maid or. honor, and Mr. Joseph Stack
was the best man. following tne cere
mony Mr. and Mrs. Smith left Washing
ton tor a wedamg trip and win be at
home after May is. at 13 Jitteentn
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Nichols, of
New York, who were the honorguests
as well as the artists of the usual Fri
day afternoon reception yesterday oC
the Congressional Club, gave an tin
usually Interesting musical programme.
The president of the club, Mrs. Roberts,
wife of Representatlt e Roberts of Mas
sachusetts, assisted by Mr. and Mrs.
Nichols, receded the guests after the
programme had been gtten. Mrs. Seth
Shepard. wife of Justice Shepard and
Mrs. Swager Sherley, wife of Represent
ative Sherley of Kentucky, presided at
the tea table, which was adorned with
a centerpiece of pink roses and candles
with dainty pink silk shades. (Others
assisting In dispensing the hospitalities
of the afternoon were Mrs. Borland,
wife of Representative Borland of Mis
souri; Mrs. Smith, wife of Representa
tive Smith of New York; Mrs. Randolph
Rapley, Mrs. Perry Belmont, and Miss
Lloyd, of Missouri.
Mrs. Ezra Koons entertained a
pany at dinner last evening.
Mrs. Charles Wood, wife of the pastor
of the- Church of the Covenant, had a
company or aisunguisnea women
Mrs Beckwith, daughter of the former
Secretary of War and Mrs. Robert T.
Lincoln, with whom she makes her home,
returned this week from a short visit
In New York.
Stlmson. father of the Secretary
of War, has returned to Washington and
joined his daughter. Miss Stlmson. to
conUnue his visit with Secretary and
Mrs. Stlmson. "V
Mr! and Mrs. Perry Belmont entertain
ed at dinner last evening. This dinner
was to be one of the many to precede
!the Society Circus which was to have
had Its opening performance this even
ing at the Washington Riding Club for
I the benefit of the Diet Kitchen-. After
preparations had been made for week's 1
I ahead, the whole anair was given up
wnen tne news came oi ine Titanic
disaster. Those who were to have taken
part lost heart and the committee de
cided to abandon the Idea.
Mr. and Mrs. John Galsworthy, of
England, who have been spending some
time In Washington, are now in New
York. Mr. Galsworthy Is a well-known
Mrs. William F. Draper and Miss Drap
er have closed their home In K Street,
and gone to New York to sail for Europe
on April 30 to spend U10 early sum
mer. Upon ther return to this country
they will go to their summer place at
Representative and Mrs. Martin W.
Littleton will entertain a company at
dinner this evening numbering In the
neighborhood of 150 Quests. Long Is
land newspaper men who will be visiting
In this city.
CoL and Mrs. Robert M. Thompson,
who are spending the spring in Wash
ington, have sent out Invitations for
a. musical on the evening of May B. in
compliment to the Japanese delegates to
the Red Cross Convention.
Representative and Mrs. William
Schley Howard are spending a week at
their boms in Georgia.
Vlcountess Chine's, wife of the Jap
anese Ambassador, will return to Wash
ington from Pittsburg to-day. She has
spent several days there.
Miss Helen Buchanan is spending- some
time visiting friends in "Baltimore.
Mrs. Champ Clark, wife of the Speaker
of the House of Representatives, was
the guest of-honor of Mrs. C D. Merwln
jesterday afternoon at a box party at
the Colombia Theater for ther perform
ance of the University of "Virginia. Glee
Club. The. other suests were Mrs. Masr-
nus a Tholnpson, Mrs. J. St Clair H1H,
Mrs. Chaler W. Warden. Mrs. M. L.
Scheyter, of New York: Mrs. Truman
Palmer, of Chicago, and Mrs. C B.
uoidqborough, or New York. The enter
tainment was given under the auspices
of the Daughters of the Confederacy and
the proceeds will go to the Confederate
Memorial Home Fund. Between the num
bers on the programme Mrs. Martin W.
Littleton, wife of Representative LltUe
ton. of New York, gave a brief Illus
trated 'talk on Montlcello, the home of
Thomas Jefferson. Another Interesting
feature of the afternoon waa the sale
of souvenir programmes by a bevy of
joung girls. Including Miss Genevieve
Clark. Mis Edna Ellerbe, Miss Mary
Macoh. Miss Helen Griffith, Miss Inez
Ryan, MUs IlatUo Bowie, Miss Kitty
Tennant, Miss Grace Townsend. Mlsa
Helen Townsend, Miss Pennebaker, Miss
Anne Elliott Pennebaker, Miss Sue Riley,
um dim x.unice James.
Mr. Clifton Le Barron Adams and
Miss Isabella Lynde, who were married
April 25, will be at homi to their many
friends after June L In their attractive
bungalow at Silver Spring.
Miss Rathbone Smith has gone to At
lantic City for a few days and will not
be at home to-day.
A special exhibit of mountain .crafts
will be held In honor of tho Colonial
Dames on Thursday, May 2 (Colonial
Dame day). In Room 33, Southern
Building, from J to 6 o'clock. All Dames
and other friends are cordially Invited.
Tea will b served.
Mr. and Sirs. Ashton de Peyster, of
New York, who have been the guests
of Mrs. de Peysters brother-in-law and
sister. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Tnekermin.
have returned to New York, but will re
turn here next week for the Horse
Mrs. W. F. Dandrldge and Miss ElUe
Dandrldge. of Frankfort. Ky.. who have
been staying at the New Wlllard for. a
number of weeks, are now at the Waldorf-Astoria.
New York. They will re
turn to Washington In a week.
SCODTS ARE READY
FOR COUNCIL FIRE
Tarions Local Patrols to Participate
in Indian Performance This
Hundreds of school children will at
tend the Boy Scout and Indian perform
ance to be given this afternoon and
evening at the Arcade under tne auspices
of the boys' department, r. M. C A.,
when Krnest Thompson seton, enter ot
the Boy Scouts or America, mil present
a reproduction or his famous "Council
iwo nundrcd ooys ot ins 1. at. c a.
and District Scout Patrols will take part
In the performance.
Children sixteen years and under will
receive a special reduction tor admis
sion at the matinee at'JTJi o'clock this
afternoon. The evening- performance
will brgtn itllto clock.
Large delegations trom the fasnionaeie
girl seminaries will attend.
Late last night a corps of workmen
assisted by some of the older scouts
removed every sign of the dog show at
the Arcade, and spent the entire night
erecting a large stage and preparing the
scenery for the woodland scene.
Features of the performance will be
the Indian war dance, the Caribou Glide.
Indian sign language, a gymnastic drill,
and Indian music, under the direction
of Miss Frances Denamore snd H. P.
Hoover, director of muaio in the public
schools The National Scout song, com
posed by Miss Densmore, will be sung
by the boys for the first time In public.
CELEBEATE "CABNATI0N DAY."
Flovrer to Be Sold for Benefit of
For the purpose of raising funds for
the benefit of the "Washington Playground
Association, "Carnation Day" will be ob
served to-day throughout the city.
The teachers of the Smaiiwood School
will serve as salesladies. Many norlsts
have, donated carnations, and several of
the large department stores have given
space for flower booths.
borne of the establishments at which
the carnations will be sold are w.
Moses & Sons, Woodward & Lothrop, the
Palais Koyai. a. Kami, sons & Co , Lans
burgh's, Dulin & Martin's, and the New
BOOKS ABOUT DOGS.
List Cnmpllrd nt I'nljllc Library for
For the benefit ot the many visitors to
the annual dog show at the Arcade, a
listof books about dogs has ben compiled
by the Public Library. These books are
all on open shelves In the Industrial de
partment where borrowers may easily
make their selection. The list follows:
Aihmoat "Kesael Searta,"
Butcn. F. T.-"Hw Doe lo Health. Accident.
Barton. P. T ''Jton-aporuar DoaV
Barton. F. T. "Spcrtlnf Don."
Barton. F. T -TW Dots."
"Breeder! and EiMMtoni ot Docs Golda Book
Compton. H. E. "TwenUeta Orntxoy Decs.'
CaMven. IV-"Wolf: Ttw atom Leader "
District of CoinmbU Kennel Crab. Official cats-
Voroe ant annual doc show.
Ebernart. A. ti "Drerrthlsc About Doss." '
French. C "Surrical Diaeaaea and Samrr of
Hartur, O "Huntinc Docl"
Hajnea. W. "Tea Airedale "
Huntlnrttm. H. W. "Th Show Dor."
Klnsrall "Training and Handllnc the Dosv"
Icttion. It. "Doca and All About Them."
Leianton, R. "Tha hew Book of tha Doc."
llerwtn. K. C "Does and Men."
Pathfinder and Dalilel "Breaalns and Training
Bhielda, a. O "American Doc Book."
Smith. A. "Emrmin a Book of the Doc"
Wataon, J "Tb Doc Book."
Whltford. a B- "Tratelnj the Bird Doc."
Valnes Engineer's Death ait 923,000.
Forrest O. Burch, administrator of the
estate of Charles H. Burch, yesterday
tiled suit against the Wasnragton Ter-
Umlnal Company and the Baltimore and
Ohio Railroad Company for s,uuu dam
ages, alleging' that while pursuing his
duties as an engineer In the employ May
a, 1911, a train derailed, mortally wound,
ing him and nhally resulting in his
German Societies to Meet.
The United Uerman societies ot- the
District have made arrangements tor a.
tlve Richard Bartholdt, ot Missouri, and
Commissioner Curio H. Rudolph, on tne
evening of May L at the New Wlllard.
Besides speeches, the three German stag
ing societies will sing and there will also
be Instrumental music Refreshments
will be served. Hon. Simon Woit ana
Mr. Renrar W. HnUr wilt hA lt. n.t-
FI5JI-speaker, ..... ... ,. -, J
The NewMen's Wear Shop
G Street Two Doors East of lltk.
15c Pair for 25c Paris Garters.
Ties to match
stripes and colors
Palais Royal AdysNERGancfEleventh
50c Dozen To-day
rHESE popular flowers
are now at .their best,
and we've secured an
extra large supply in order
that none of our customers
may.be disappointed to-day.
American Beauties, special S3 doz.up
ARRIVES WITH GIFT
Many Rotables in Party Bringing
Busfr of "La France" for Lake
New York. April K. The French dele
gation bringing the gift of the French
nation to the United States In the form
nf Auniste Rodin's bust "La France,"
rarrlved here to-day under the leadership
of Gabriel Hanotauz. the historian, for
mer roreign minister and now president
of the Champlaln French committee.
The delegation comprises many of the
most prominent men In France, and In
cludes Louis Barthou, former minister
of Justice; Baron D'Eatournelles de Con
stant. Rene Bazln, of the French Acad
emy of Fine Arts. Count Charles D.
liter of France, Vldal De La Plache,
representing the University or rans;
Duke De CholseuL Count De Rochani'
beau, Dal Fiaz. Louis Blerlot. Gabriel
Louis Jaray, secretary general of the
French-American committee, and Roger
Ooqual, secretary of the delegation. Tt)e
Countess De Rochambeau, Mme. Blerlot.
Mme. Glard. and Mile. Madeline Cormon
accompany the party.
Extensive arrangements have been
made for the entertainment of the vis
itors during their stay, which will cul
minate it. a visit to Lake Champlaln,
where the bust "La France" la to be
placed at the base of the new Champlaln
memorial lighthouse now under construc
tion at Crown Point as a commemoration
of the discovery of that lake by Samuel
De Champlaln, the French navigator and
explorer, 300 years ago. at
The presentation of the bust Is regarded
as an event second only In Importance
to the gift b the people of France of
the Bartnoldl Statue of Liberty, now In
New Tork Harbor.
The delegation will come to Washington
this evening on a four-day visit
Elaborate, plans for the entertainment
of the visitors hav e been made here. Bun
day ateraoon they v. ill "visit the National
Press Club. Later they will go to the
French Embassy to a dinner given in
their honor by Ambassador Jusserand.
Monday they will be given a dinner by
President Taft at the "White House. They
will return, to New York Tuesday morn
ing. SAFETY IN OCEAH TEAVEL.
llany important problems tragically Il
lustrated In the Titanic disaster will be
considered at the Fifteenth International
Congress on Hygiene and Demography.
which meets in this city September 23-3.
under th'e auspices of the United States
Government. One section ot the congress.
tvlth sessions planned for every day of
the week, will be devoted to considera
tion of the "Hygiene of Traffic and
Under the head of "sea tramc." the
congress will give particular considers.
Hon to "provisions for life-saving." "ex
amination and care ot employes," "su
pervisions of passengers. Including man
agement of immigration and emigration."
-narDor sanitary regulation." "hygiene
of ships and their supplies," and "safety
devices with special reference to fires.
drowning, and explosions."
The Best Dry-cleaning Plant in the
City." A Home Industry.
W, H. FISHER
Careful and finished work In
cleaning and dyeing of Ladles' Suits,
Gowns. Gloves, and Laces. -
The most expensive materials can
be Intrusted to us.
7M.SlhSIrt M. W.
Best "Work. Moderate Prices.
Thona Main 1151. No other
H. - -- -a- - i-i-Jfsasaaasi
75c the Price.
A "Faultless" Night Shirt
at 75c meant a better than
usual J1.00 garment, Of
better muslin, cut fuller,
and made better than
usual. All. white or with
touches of color.
FiiMss Day Skirts.
Tbe prices are JL50. 11.00.
and tt.GO. Fitted with the
patented "Nek-gard." These
new "Faultless Shirts are
as superior at the prices
as Is the "Faultless" Night
Xl0 for 50c "Varsity" Athletic
'' Shirts and re-enforced
Drawers. All sizes to it.
00 for 11.00 "Porosknlt" Union
OC Suits, with short sleeves
and knee drawers.
y . ,, ,
14th and H
New Store. Cor. 15th and H.
STEAMER orders ex
ecuted by our Nea)
York stores at
Effective decorating for
weddings and all other oc
casions. 'Phone Main 158
or 3997 for estimates.
J.H. Small & Sons
13th and H 14th and O.
Waldorf-Astoria MS8 Broadway.
trSOO l-Ib. Io,Te to tfca barrel.
Not Only the
Best Bread, But
nnmber of loaves to the
barrel tbit's what the use
of CHEAM BLEND FLOUR
It's the raosf ECONOMI
CAL as well as the most
satisfactory' flour you can
Don't accept a substitute
INSIST on having
AT Y0UE GBOCEE'S.
MAY 1, 2, 3, 4,
2 P. M. Each Day.
Reserved Seats, SI.
SETON & Boy Scouts
Cklrf Scout. Id "THE COUNCIL nnK,"
Naturaliat. at Tha Arcade, Hth t Ptra Bead.
latr.H.aA. SATllMY, 27tii Hioat
Dulin & Martin Co.
And the Eddy is not only
a durable and economical rex
frigerator for the family; its
use is a valuable safeguard
against disease. "
The Eddy is as easily
cleaned and kept in a sweet 1
and sanitary condition as any
By the liddy system the ice
melts just fast enough to ob
tain the full benefit of every
particle oh cold that is in it
Nothing is wasted.
45 lbs. 60 lbs. 85 lbs.
$15.40 $19.50 $22.90
100 lbs. 125 lbs.
Dulin & Martin Go.
Pottery, Pareclala, Calaa, Class.
1215 F St. and 1214-18 G St
1" " -
SfiS I Sarah Bernhardt
FOR CHEAP PIKES
TIE IEHEI Kill1
X!f "THE SPENDTHRIFT."
Beiaseo Theater, Bea-taalBr Tuesday
Plica: Nlxiit. Be. air. aad 3c. Wad. and
Bat. lata. JLLL SEATS. 3c
hexx imk SoauM Bta Land Him bo."
POLFS THEATER, forsBCrtr CHASE'S.
MfmNn: rvasr cav
ku. seats as
EVERY NI OUT
Two carloads ot spadal mxaaj.
3 Faopl la tha CaaC
lfatlnre amy day except Uondar, S9e
rraaiata. 3. 50. asd Tie.
Beautiful pboteerapb. tar rrary lady arary
PTcdanday and ?fcandaf mattnat
NExr'wgKK.-THr wrrcHuto norm-
IMPERIAL, gSS1 E
3 OTHER BIG ACTS 3.
BECOME A REGULAR.
11 p. m.
Wrestling Friday Night, AkH 2&
JOE TURNER, World a IttUto-iht r.r.r1(Ti
WALT EVANS. ItkUle-nixiit. Finish match.
NEXT WEEK... ..... ,-JERSET HUES
JVEXT WEEK GIBX3.
GATES OPE.V ATlP.lt
Aran, a to mat u. dkxotivx.
W, B. A. Ecrtria Can laar FlftasaOi sal
New Tcrk Aram on th hoar aod half boor, ooo
sactlct vith eus dinevta track. Bound trto, ta-
cto&iBS adalacton to tha track. 13.
A LECTURE ON
Br W. V McCrackan. M. A, C. S. B.
Member of the Christian Seleaee Board
of Lecttmsalp ot the First. Church of
Chrtat, Sclemtlst, 1st Boatoa. Xasav, at
AT 3i30 O'CLOCK.
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