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Quick lunch Room
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West SldeUnton SldeUn n Station Hall Block away
Washington p Ic C >
Best BestMea Mea ls At Lqw Prices Pr ices
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ELLIS CAFE
lVc W Welcome lcomc o rncp Ip Ipihe the ElUv
ODIUOOJ O OUR Il WOJ OO IS I 0 THE TH BEST
Polcc and nd Prollptserv Prompt servile t our motto
Pr Pr1cc ices Reasonable
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HARD HARDY HARDOTTERY oTERYPrt OTTERY Pup
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Concert Gon canortGrdOfl < ert Garden a cAen
Special Sp cal Ratos to Parties artl 1S Tiktof
Apartment
BONNIE A WISE DOG
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INTUITION TELLS Tt < ILS HER HERMAN MAN
WANTED TO WASH HER
Exciting Days Work Provided for
Man by Wife and Setter ctterAfter After
the Bath Bonnie Seeks the
I Ash Heap HC3 P
What are you yougong going to do oearr aearT
> the lady asked a ked The man was emerg
iing from the bath room with a towel
and a cake of soap i
Im going to wash the dog said
the man sturdily Tho lady la dy peered at
Ihlm him keenly
Not with my soap soapl I she said Thd
idea ildeaot of such a thing With With my my gild
rose 1oscsoap soap
Well Ve1l hang It observed the man
gimme some som some soap This was all
there throWasln was in lathe the bath room
And one of my best towe towelsa ls a now
lone lonel one cried the lady l y despalr ingly The
man manthrew threw the towel and soap s oap tar
Ifrom from him
Heavens eaven8 and earth ho said ald this
iis 1s a fuss oyer nothing sure Gimme
some soap sO pand and n rag raga a blankotany blanket any
oldthlngthat you youcan can ean1ry ary 1 ry a setter sftterdos doe
iwJth with j
When these thcsethlngs things had been
ibrpught brought him hlmor or to be exact a piece
n h velli ell SBjltlichon tlichcn tLe1ic scan soap and ty
torn man went wo nt into Int the
Ihac bath l yard ling ig merrily
Here H re Bonnie H Here re Bonnlel nonnlelBrit But
jBonhie Bonnie fl a1e was wise Souio underthe
skin skl 1lntuttlon intuition told her that hat the man
desired deslr dto to wash her and andsbe she prudent
II ly crawled under the house This
made the th man Indignant t
Come out o there he yelled
Then he craw crawedunder crawled jed under apd apdemerged emerged
ibaclmardgra backward gra gratiug ting his teeth and ald rub
ibing his spine spln like the teeth of ota a saw
upon uponthe the floor beams benmsJnone In one hand
ho held beldthe the elastic elusttcsltia skin of oftbe the dogs Og s sI I
neck and the he dog d r 1o j fought bitterly each I
step of the way
Once outside the tbeman man tied a ropa ropa rop I
about aboutt the the 1e neck ne lF lFotthlJ of otthlJ thedpg tlu dog o g gandpr and andpr pro
cured a wasntu was htub htubl b I l It wasthe w viis s th he one the I
washerwoman waslierwomanusedon used on Mondays Mon daysbut but
wus just ju st as good as any for his pur I
poseS poses
S He e dragged Bonnie onnlc to this tub and I
thrust her forefeet in It Itwhlie w hile Ile her h r
hind hIDdfeEf feet struggled frantically but ut
side When be got the hind feet feet in
the forefeet were pawing the dirt out ¬
side desperately But Bonnie was at I
last wet and soaped Then the man
stepped back to throw a bucket of I
water wsterover over her but Bonnie shook
herself briskly and in misery and a
shower bath batll ol soapy water deluged
the man manl
Blame the dog ho said rubbing
his eyes with bands that smelled of
yellow ellow soap and bad ha d dog hairs on
them >
Then Thenhebllndly hi > blindly liberated the dos do
and commanded com lnded her to roll upon th the
grass
But Bpnhle l3 nhie refrcsheJ retre shel and Joyous
preferred d the the ash heap on which a
stovepipe stoveplpehnd had been newly beaten
Do you youmenn mean to tell me said the
lady later that you washed lIshed that
fog cog1
Sure I did said the th man growing
red jthats thats clean dirt Itll shake
off oltsoonl o soonrns as 11 gets go dry
Relying on ° Heredity
Fred Latham Mr Dllllngnams
stage manager had l ad inspected InDxect d a hun ¬
dred redappllcmitsJorposltionslm applicants for positions In the
Dlllingham DlIllpghamchoiuses choruses From them ho
bad b dselected selected a dozen l ozeneUgibles ellgibles forOnai for flnal
cons couslderatlon ideration They stood in line
What is your name demanded
Latham of th tho < s first filstone one
oo Schumannr SchumanrhHelnlt Heink was the reply
ns a a V goodipoktog goo goodiooktng iH iHoklngyoungEter oklngyoungEter youngster brought brou ght
himself to t the position Josltlon of attention
w with ith ith a click of the heels heels
t Anyv Anlr Anyplatfbn platfbn latr nt to Madame fichu chu
mann mat1 man1CV ttJ ttJttft diiirV ttft
y0s 1 1e e i M1risonrePllet f glf ti tison son replied the youns youn
man fcyo ro dly jIYIo dlye
i Thiftii 7Ia j emqugh qiu I ju < h said Latham and
Hans SchumannHeInk VIas was enrolled
to support s supp Jp rtil t iKIa Elle ie le Janis J nlslnTho in The Slim
t Princess J PincsLd rnc sslt > 4 i i
I n nf f I IH Hurr H HkthanIte m jairltys nftY8 Concert COl1ccrt
The QnQthtiigypuhavetb Qti t rl i ouJlave tod to do Is Isto i to
make nako n n fjleart ejeavo yo yoicpd yo icpd Jc k1 tllltt1e little instrument
of IJto yoursplff y usIwht rsQit whlc ibla1 ibla1otflerpeople h other otflerpeople people can
depend upon ipon Rntjrely for the note
wanted wnlltCidnuslln Ilusliln
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Babbit llab lt fun fqi ftr hayo hl1yodoublJd doublld In Value
Tvlthjn j the hl da iast t few ewyenr ew yeara while i somoi some
skins have hllvEll1d advanced vancediOOpprcEint 500 OO per cont
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Unc le Sam As l ks 5 All to Swat the Fly
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MEW EW YQRK YQRKThe The whole wl10le United
N NEW I btates government w with ith Its It Ii vas t
treasury of wealth its brainy states sta ei ¬
men and nd Insurgents its army and
navy Its immense horde hor de of high ¬
brows against aga Ins t tho poor po or little 1I t1ehouse house
fly fiyl Thats the lineup in a bitter war war
of extermination exterm ination scheduled sche dul d to 9t set s ftthe the
nation natl n by the ears and enlistthe en llstthe cour ¬
ageous Rlleo ssupportof s support of every man woman
and child in this broad land l rid ridl l The
final knell pf of t the house h lis 311y fly has been Jecn
sounded and the battle ba ttla has Just be
gun U n Catch atiiti atiitiem em and an d kill klil em em show
no quarter qua quarterthat te rtbatstbe that lathe war warcr cry y yof of the
army rmy xny of or orextermlnaton exterm extermination ination that hatisto is Is to put
forth every effort to rid the land l nd of
the Musca Domestics Domcatl athepollte the polite name
by which whichthp the house houselIy fly should be ad
dressed by strangers
Until the scientists ECle i lsts got bus busY y ywith with
the their ir investigations si i the e house h 11se < fly was w s
considered merely as a pestiferous pestiterousln in ¬
sect designed by the Creator of all
things merely m m fely e1y to take its ltabalh ts bath In the the
sweet cream and maple m ple sirup s tf tft t annoy
the late morning mornlngsleepers sleeper s kate about ab01l
with abandon on the he polished surface
of shiny baldheads and and practise prac tise the
Morse telegraph code on the cleanest
of windows s
Long Longsulferlng suffering housewives since
time tlm beganw began wereithe w rri the tbeonly only reahy really r aly nctlve I Itlm
enem enemies ies of the tbesee seemingly mlngly Insignificant
little fly and they alone and an d dulialded unaided
applied the Imprecations and dish
cloths vigorously agains t the nuisance
But after a after tter ttie th sc s ientists got onto the
job the fight against the insect began
to assume assumoproportlons proportions of magnitude
That ThatUttle little Insect which hlcbthe the average
citizen was wont to regard merely as I
a domestic pestis pesUsnowbraDd pest is now branded d as the
most mas t dangerous crenturp on earth The
house fly has been publicly publicly Indicted as
a murderer of the human race the
greatest disease propagator and the
carrier j i f more menacing and malig ¬
nant germs than all other othercreat creatures res
put to toethor gether
This little but potent messenger Of
d death atJiwander wanders from frQnUhes the sick ck room roo
from tho filth mtbot of the garbage pal
from tho th heaps heapsot of refuse of all aUklnds kinds
into the thepeacefuIhappqhomes the peaceful happq homes of otour our
land walks walksupoDthe upon the thebutter butter the meat me t
tho fruit tho sugar takes a a bath bath in
th the bl milk leaving everywhere the
germs of disease dlea se that thathav have bav I gathered gather d
upon Its furry feet and body
In experiments conducted by tho
New Yoik health authorities authorttleBth authorttleBthsclen the scien scl n ¬
tists foundon found on the body of of n s ingle lit ¬
tic fly l222W dltferentbacterla different bacteria
pn enough pugh to kill a few tewthousan thousand dhuman human
be bekigs ings In another experiment a fly
was w s s caught In in a sterilized net and
propped dropped into a bottle botUeot of sterilized wa wa ¬
ter ter The bottle was WIIsshllken shaken and the the
germs washed off the Insects body as
would bo the case if the fly dropped
Into a II glass of milk for the babyiTbe baby The
previously pure water was then tlienexam exam ¬
med Ippd and it It was wll8dscqvered discqyered that the
flys ba bath th contained no less than 5000
000 OOOdlselise disease germs
About Abo t half the deaths dea ths from typhoid
in New York according to the health
authorities aratiltrlbuted are arn tJ ttrlbuteddlrectly ttributed directly to
the distribution of otgerms germs by bouse
flies And w worse worse rsethan than that the theJgures Ogures
show how that of 7000 deaths of cooing
babies babies In that tha city from infantile Intantlledls dis ¬
eases more than 5000 were traced to
infection carried by byhoulie house flies
According to a noted scien scienttst tist tl jtho tho
extermination of tho pa pest st is I I compara om Pa ra
1 I lively easy All that is necessary be
says is a sys tematic effort on the part
of the public It all th the people peoplew will
practise the utmost cleanliness it is
declared the tbehouoel1y house fly w wIll ill be extinct
In this country within a few tewyears yeara for
the house house fly cannot exist without
filth S
Cleanliness then is the watchword
for the American public publlcto to put putsnend an end
to an an1nsect insect that is not only a terr terrible ible
nuisance n but a terrible instrument 1nstrum n ntot tot ot
death to thousands of our population
every year
Gators an d Insects Hunt New Home
tions are now now be b being ing lng made to tor reclaim clalm
1 i J7ifA
an ana additional half million < acres
c S through thr through ugh the construction constr uction of ota a w wde ide
ioxee along the wes westernshoroo western tern shore of f Lake
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Pontchartraln and the thusouthern southern shore
S of Lake LalteMau Maurepas repas 9n On the crown of o t
this leveen levee a pa paved vedroad roadway wax 75 75rnllesin IllIcsln
length will connect Now ewbr Orleans rien ein and a1d
Baton Rouge R ugo and u ultlm ultimately ltimately telywl11 will ll be
N NEW MEW EW ORLEANS OItLEANSMoro rore than 1OOO the southerntetmtnas southern teru iinuE ofl oflaChlc of aChlc a ChIca iQ r
00 0 acres acresofmarah o f f marsh land land lying with Npw Orleans Orle ns highway
I miles ot to be b 0
l ewOrleanlS wi are
Sttt StttmQ tttametof tot
Tho A l1 noo t town or or9 mQ
ra neu neb lo recllul reciaia n and t traaBfotthd rans 1 orme d f
any Is now 50 mles iles dls did
cosoqueaae
fr from om a wilderness lld inels intog into gard rdells ns iiom hom s anycose9uencro
tant from NeVQr New Or leans Wlt Within ln ftfty t r
Il1mletsand Lamleta and townsfhework towns The work otro of re
tho I1Uesof miles of every largo city In theco the coux n
cahnlng c lIome50OOO some 50000 acres within Hhle the
a million or more people reside
try
fIlore
torporato limits UmltsotNew of New Orleans is
and many Industrlelldevelop industries deve develop lop business busllels
now well under way while contracts
and wealth for the urban population
have been let for the reclamation of
fully 100000 acres additional In ad ¬ This is the he end New NewOr Orleans anll Js is
jo 10InlngJarlshes joining ining parishes working to and will have reached In
This Jie neons U1sthat that within two years large Iqrgepart part anyway by the time the
the alligator will no DO longer find flndaborl abori ¬ Panama canal is opened to the tbeshlps s ships hips
ginal harborage in the Carnival Carnlval l city cltyO o i the world wor ld
that thatthe the breeding grounds ot countless coun ess Meanwhile M anwhlle modern sewerage sewerage an an and d
billions bUlIonsotmosqultoeswltlbo of mosquitoes will be turned turneildralnagewlthln djalnage d alnage within the the city cltyprop proper prop r x haye
Into Intohlghly highly productive farms on which practically an and d wholly solved the citys
mosquitoes cannot breed that bun sanitary i llitary problems and the discovery discove ry
ireds 1red8ot of miles mllesof of paved pavedroadwn roadways s will willotas willof of otas a simple bnp e method of filtering filterin g the
lead ead fr frQm fIZII m New orleans Orleans north n rtheast Jeast and watera wa ters of f the Miss Mlsslss Mississippi issippi lppi river has
west lVe tai and id that for the first time in Jtsglv Jtsglvn its given iven n the city a pure yater ater tersm service ice ejC t
history blstoryNewOrleans New Orleans will posess sub sub ¬ celled by bynone none in the thewlrld world wrldTkes Theso sys 5
urbs toms omsare are in Inopera inoperatlon operation lon and are nearly
To the westward the same character complete com c nfllete lote They have cost the city
at J work Is being done and prepara about 25000000
No Corsets are Worn W m at West W t Po Point int
discussion of West Pointers u uthat that
I WONDER ERIF IFI man many West Pointers acqure acqulrea acquire a figure
HIS NAME of perfection of symmetry and a acat car
CAN CAIISE BE f rlage the acme acmo of manly grace but
UI2ZIEJ these are due not n t to any any nylngenlo ingenious ingenio us ap
pllances pllan esbut but to the systematic drills
and jxerclsesthat exercises that make m ke the cadet t to
S a certain extent ah an athlete At the
outset ou et these young fellows are put
WA WASHINGTONI ASHINOTON A SHIN GTON I have often hoard hea rd through tbrouGhwhnt what are called call ed the t helIetUug setting
W vi a question ques tion as to towhe whether thar West up UPs s exercises their thel object being to
Pointers wore corsets It is absur d in IIi straighten the body and develop dove op the
a way vay because becauseshoult should any effeminate effem fnate c chest hest Oho might mlghtsuppose suppose that It itwoulcj would
youngster youngsterresort resort to such a thing thJngt jt requlro a great amount of such exer 1
I I would be impossible to keep the the affair else to make any marked markedshowln showing
a secret and once known his school but three long boursofsuch hours of such exercise
life IItGWould would become 1 ecome a burden burdento to him lm on dally daily will soon produce beneficial re reo
account accountoftq accountof of th6 endless endleasamoU1tofcrltl endlessatnount amount of crltl suits sultsln in the most moststooped stooped forms
clsm he wou wouldrec would ld rece receive olve ive from fromhlsfe his fe l The The cadet cadetunltorm uniform is also a agreat great
lows He Hewo would 1ldbe be mode the laugh I help in In this direction The dress coat
Ingstock ingstoclt of the pc jchloland Bchool hpol and would soon s oon la 1at1ght tight very tight The shoulders shoulderpare are
find himself the possessor possescorotllny of any ny qum heavily padded In in order to g give ive them
ber of effem effeminate inate nicknames nlcknamesthat that a asquare square square effect The chest is made m ade
would grate upon his ears in any but thick so that there therewlIbe will be no danger
a pleasant manner of wrinkling All this this for the tbesalteot sake of
It Is true continued thoold tbe old sol looks comfort has no place in the th
dler e who was was rio no other otherthan than Co Col l K K makeup of ota a West Pointer It Is dls
B Collins a retired army officer offlcer in a c lpllne and looks
Dentists Dent thts sts Be lieve They Have a Kic k
bill either elt er Say this tblsllew new fangled
hair style hi putting me to the bad
YANKE The worst feature of o f the whole who 111
thing is that the heads or rather ra therth the
ha hatr ir Wont fit into the headrests he idres drests1 th I
I have tried all manner mann r ofschemes ofse hemes and and
even had a hevv new headrest i built along alon g
lines that that I was Wasstire sure sUre would wou ld tit fit but i
tho heads simply wont fit into any tiny
thing S
IliICAGOWell HICAGO7 Well I I dot dontknowwbat know what
C CHICAGO7 If we d ds1ccee d an
undortheshinlngforCepsIam under the shining foreps am go o s1ccee ingeUngt n gettng the e
mass 1113 laid out ana tucked d away
I ing ng t to 0 d do o anyway an and d n d dentist ens tl tI in n nfullwhero ue e way care care
fullwhero fully Y where tfwo ltwontbother ri tbo th
er Us weet e et
t1Masonlc Uia Masonic temple slghedopertect slhed a perfect
something like l1kethls this
mammoth tnammo th of on t a sigh 13 J g b
Oh mercy dpctbr d oc t or you yu are mugs IUUSS nu
The Thematter1 matter Hair Hnlrjustplalnhalr Just plalnhalr ing my hair halt1i1l all iip itP An And And d I am am going oln
No NOnofvlallleltber 1onot not plain either Now for In to a par ty this tbl afternoon atterpoon aft rnon top to too o
stance A lady came up to my m > office But Butthe the most usual sual thing tliJn is oh
the tMothor tii other day and andwantct wanted her herteth teeth teeth doctor there th therofs relsahallpln is a ha bnzpia > rpin s ticking In I
fixed and l1l1 finn lly I too k hold of or f the my bead Watt a minute Ode 0 dear a Its
top topot of her head with one hand while coming down Doctor Doctordo do stop stoPA a min mn mm ¬
I I ybrked rkedwltb with the other Then I ute while itastenupmy I fasten fasten up my braid
turned away awayto to get an Instrument In trument I I do tell toUY9U you what wblltthedontls the dentists Js
and antlxnAleoVe my m sleeve button caught In her ought to toget get et together an and d bojic bocPtttbe boycott ptt the he
halrand hair and the who whole le back Of it Iti1bout a about bout present s syIe tyle tYleoflialrl1i of hairdreBSV Er or eso eso In
fifteen 11 fteFln lat fat a hlny curls urls came c catrie atrie along a 10 P stat that t atalte all extra X trn hair hid hairb rbft W taicen t taknop t1np off
with me Bho8mply She b slm simply ply froze me up before eore aay allydep dental alwork work will 111 be done 1 1with
an uidBho ad d a she ha didnt dldntcoino com como b back b ak to to pay pilyJier tier That would 1 wouldsettle UIdjlottJeI settle It it itt t alt allrlght right
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The qbiored Colored dausiness Business Mens MerVssoc1al Social Club lubNq No No1 1 l lIN INC IN e
Will WIIIGllIO Give Their Annual t Family Excursion To LeonardtQwn Leonardl wn
On onlhcSeaniYrJAN Onthe the Steami fr rJANE iftiANE E MOSELEV MOS E EV
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Asthisls sthtsIs tlip tillnnl only Excprfllon Exc rtJt ntJlIIl that th iylll v 1l1 land ntLconati ntLeonildtowntbls at Leonadtovn itown this Summer re ¬
suIting from from the energetic efforts orts of ofnsp tt speclut clutCO cothmitteo lIItttee appointe d aullscntto and sentto
Lepnurdto Lepnurdtownwbo Lcpnurdtown > vn who rece receIved ived permission permI son to land nd an umtnlso il also to touse use the hall ballwecor wo vu cor ¬
dially Invlip Invll our ou mnny muu friends to toUtt iituud ntteu tll d 1
Music Mus1cb Jby ythaMonumental the Monumental Orfchestia Or rchest llestTa 11P Proti Prf fHalnltcn Hamltc n Director I
Boat leaver I leave ye J Suvcntli Street Ire 1rect d Wharf Whnrfitt83n lit it83 8 SXa m r retu rqturn1i eturn fl1ugln in g in time for forelrs cars 1
Fare FareR Round nd Trip rlp > BO J oc 0 Cents ts
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> J The Theatre het1 reE Flor rtb the People
< Grand ra nm d Opening OpeningMon r Mon day August Augl st22 22rid 1 I
II PERFECTED VAUDEVILLE
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Co C Coming ining min l Sept 5th 5thThe The Th SlllartS Smart Set t
THE iHECHASERT CHASE dHA ART T COMPANY
Maker MakerOI of I
nigh Grade Portraits and ndPil1owTopsNoveltles Pillow Tops Novelties and Chemicals
t All AIlGoods Goo ds Ma d dean de an d do Md o d
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26th 2 th and M Sts stsN M M W
Largest Han dsomest and an d Coolest
Theatre in in Town
Goo oo od d Vaudeville and an d MO Motion Mot1onPictiires MonPictpres Pictures
4p A ACordlalWalcome Cordial Welcome Extended Extend xt n d dToVIitcrs To Tol l Viaitcrs
H C Smith Sroith Menaep I
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Con Comluc duc tel te d l l by J i
Mr Tanjes T an ies 0 Dnin nllI ampfie pfia ld secretary secre tllrygen gen ¬
eral of tim Masons of oflil33 1033 11th stree t
N W V wHlleuyethe vill leave the city c ity ityOil on Fr Iorl Friday iday ny o t
this thi week for Detroit Detr it Micll MlcItt to attend u
the i Grand Session Sessioll of the t11OlIt t11OlItsonsw Masons Mi isons sonsw w hich hic 1
will convene in that c ity next week Af ¬
ter terleavin leaving leaviii Detroit Jie he > wm yill visit fyw 1ew ew
Yor li kcitYi kcitYiPllihid city city1 illila 1llila delpli dellhaa1il lphli la a llIi rid ptlier o other tJl tJlr r po po ints
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Mr r Carter Ct Ctrtg rtg ritOO o lCO F lstr street t Ni ff Wi tj lias s
re turned f flbm r iin a shor sJort sJortstn t tstn s stn tay in Baltimore
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Mr l11Clin Charles rlc II H1ouglas Douglas Douglas ot ftl this is city
is visiting rela tives and nai l friends fricndsill In Brock
port portnnd and Roc hester NY N Y
Ec Rev y Dr P A A AScott Scott o f WilkesBarre Wilk sDam
Pa preac IIrftch preaehqd preaehqdat hed at utthelfetrollilltan the Metropilltan A M 1
E Church Sunday evening Rev Scott
delivered a nd adieourse discourse course which whichwuseloqu was eloquent nt
as well as divine
ReVi RevID Dr D IN I Nl N Ross pastor o o f Metro
pplitan AMf AiMEChureh A ME E Church Mr Patton
delegate ami 1 1l1se hd several rnlothers others left jVe We dnes
day 1111 t inornipgto 1I101ni mornipg gto to attend atteOllthe the District DistrictColl Con
ferQiicB fer nceof of the Potomac Distric t t tocon o con ¬
vane ene in Canipr Caniprc ° le c lIfd d > W Wednesday < lncsday Aug ¬
ust 17
I The stercoptican stereoptlcanlecture lecture on the Life of
St 5 Paul given mtthe at the Metro po litan A
M UE 4 E Churc h Tuesday evening evenin was a nslg sig
nal success The 1 first half Ja u of 0 the lecture
was dcliv lIe lelivdre llvdre dre d by Rev Dn Dr B F J Wat ¬
son secretary of the Chruch Kxtens lou
Department D partmellt ul ari and d the other half was de e
livcrcd i by by Miss M Martha artlia rtho Ross of Cin
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Athletics Ath1etcsas as an
S I Aid Aid A m to A f fiifA Trade Tra Tr iifA de d
By ByG George orgeJean Jean Nathan N than
N NalIIan alliance eotathletICsal1d of athl athletics athletics etics and commerce c ommerce1nWhICh In which the theJatt latter atter er P profits ro11 ts
I A it H through through the keenness Induced and energy infused by the for ¬
tt ttmer mer is Is be bengconsumlDatHI being ing consummated in many Ame American rican bus bu iness firms
and corporation today
r One of the thebrst best examples E ampllsot of how athletics has been made
to increase Incre sttbe sn the working value value of a business estabils e establis st b shmentls hrtent is s
that of ofa a large IIfe llfer llferinsurancp insurancp insurance nsula ric company The oflice o ofilce fl cebulidink building buildlnhaa his
been equipped with Jl a complete gymnas g grmnasdin mnas ium i m and n nd showerbaths a competent com pete nt
athletic instructor has ibeen been retained d and a schedule scheduleotathleUc of athletic work has
been mapped out for fo emplo emploYees yees both male and female femalelheg The gymnas gyninaslum > mn ijlum ium
occupies occuI > les the eleventh eleventhfioor floor a and rid here during the thelunpbeon luncheon hour directly lllr e ectly t1y
after business bu siness hours and a d on specifie d devenings evenings dur durn ing i the week the em
pioyees are given physical train training ing The women are l1eVlovlded prov provided ided iwlth n a
special Instructress on Wednesdays They are reorg organized nlzecl basketball bask tbalJ teamsl teams
during the winter months hi Iisjrng spring and sumn summer um jer er the gymnasium Is
moved m ved up to theTuui th rou i
Yomi YouwIll Will find toosa too says s thelnstruqtor the he instructor instrItoT that hatJn pn n Thursdays ttiju day
following the Jack lack ac of o gymnasium gymnnslumwort worx for fo the men the theen1ployc employees s do not n Pt
give nearly ne nearl l rh the t tue impression of alertiaess 1lIerta s tha 1zha ha tth they y tv vldel iderii t Se pni on Il the theotber other
days The instructor keeps his eyes on 0 11 11the the physical Jlbyscall condition ondltlon pt t the th
clerks clerksnotonlydurmg not only during gymnasium gymnlislUmnaufl3 flours put butalso also dtir during rlnt intt Els is rOIlItdsPt rpuhds of r the
departmens throughout the th day Thus Thl1shels he is Enabled enled < nal d to notice sagging
vitality vlt llty and to suggest to to the employees so SO affecteil thereme the remedy i The
heads of of thedopartmente the departments leclarp Ccl r Umtthe that the athip athletic lomoYe movement met perfected per ected by
the offic omda1 ials I lliia hits succeeded slccoe cdn Ju doubling Jheefficlencr the efficiency of at the tbedlfferent different staffs tais
of o r f workers w wrlters rlters under their fmraedlato mm f3te chsrso ch chnrgeIInrpcr r e HarDBrs IarDrr j R Weekly V c clcy itX
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Unexpected U Unxpc nexec ted Truth TrL ith
The minister was wasspendlngthollf spending the nf
ternoon at the homo of one of Ills
members me mbers The father told his little
son to bring rtng some apples from tromthe the
cellar ellarThae The child Mid obeyed oboy d dand and in tho
klt kitchen hen found an anespe espec cape Cla1lylnrger tally large red d
one o o which had been brought up 1Pth the
day dayb before fore so placed pl cedltonth it on the dish lsh
with the others
1 When they therwere Were were passed this was wasthe the
jipple pp e tho minister niln mi tst tst r t0 took tookp Ok p and an d fooltog foe illig illigItIIo
It Iti Itflb lto i flb warm wannremarkedtohl remarked retharkedto to his host ho t that illigI I
l11ecelial the cellfli must be yen very warm
l S
lies Iss Mary Curtis
cinnati Ohio Thp The lecture was as ver very y prac
tibu ti u l llllul and interesting made ma de more so by
the inters persloiii perstonoflI11Jslc persionof Of music
Air Jo hn hnPItJ K P Rhines lneg a asuccessful a successful at a t ¬
torney of ofNasMille Nashv illei i1le Tcnn and father fntherof of
Mr John T Rhines of this city is lsvisit visit ¬
lug lugMr Mr and Mrs MrsJames James I L Neil ofOOi of 0O
T t streetyNW street te c N I W V I
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Miss Emma Ell iriiriT j 3 Terry 1errnteacher a teac her 1 Iof of
Nasll Nas Nahvilie hville iI1e Tenn T imis is visiting g Mr lIr and a iid Mrs
James L Ncill Nl l of 9Q4 T r stree streetNJY streetNW tNW
Mr Campbell a tonsorial artist of
Montgomery Ala paid a short shorhisit visit to
Attorney and Mrs J Louis Taylor Tn lor en
rou te to the Business League LengueComcn Conven ¬
tion which whicheomened convened in New York city
Mr H IIDnuchs IL B Hiiclis of Petersburg P ters burg Va Va
was us the thegliesto gues guesto t o f f fJ1r M Mr r S SI SV W I V Rutherfor nutherfqr d tt i
few days this lI week ek while en route to
New Yor YOlkeity York Yorkc kc c ity
Drs R P Boyd Do Boydof of ofNnshville Nashville Tenn j
A A1If M Brown DrnwnofJHrmlnghlllnAIIl of Birmingham Ala John JolIn
B Ha ll ofBostonMlss of Boston Mass 1ass and Emmc Emmett tt
J Sco Sco tt tti Esq Esqiv wilbbe ilLlbe the guests gllestsof gllestsofDr of ofr ofDr r r 1Dr Dr
A AlIr M Curtis Cmtlso o f 13th 13thstreetN street N W dur
lug the tbeN N M A Awhichconvenes which wliiclconvenes convenes in lids
city next wttweek week
On Wednesday Wednesdayevel1ing evening eve1Ing August Augustth the
Ititli 16thProfe Professor sorJo Jo hn T La LilY Layton yto ton h was was eke ¬
ted tel l with a lar large lS major rity ity to represent reprl el1t
the Metropolitan Church Churchat at the Elec Ele toral
College which convenes Convenes in inijl1 Ba n ltimore
Mi l I Se September ptember 7 to eject electthe the lay dele ele
gates to tIle the General Con ferenee in 1912
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Did you ou not bring i irlnEtheso rlnEtheso these apples
from Qio thecellar cellar eellarN Ned ed 1
Yes e father tlttherallbu a all il but tth that t tone one pas pas
torhaa torhasltWM It was In the kitchen l lf f
Why W1Ydld did you younot not tell me mea asked ked
1 thb thil1 th pastor rtstor
Wollwlth TVell with childish c 1it1 llsh Jranknfss ranknesBi I 1
didnt dldntthlnkyol1 think you wou VIouldta would ld take e the theblg big
gest one on the diflh dishlDeilaeator 1 Delineator
S
QfAllplll Of nil plaoosof < flS otlmpo importanco rt e Sydney jr d ey
N NoW Nci w South WBlea W leslstatthesttrol1 la fa fazhest rthest from
London Lo 40Jl aB t ttie jie a row 11123 tll fites1Q2O s 10 120 20
miles ml mle e
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PROFESSIONAL PROfE SSIONAL
T THOM BECKETT
Attorney and GpunselloratLa Counsellor tLnw
494 lo Louisiana nisi na Avenue
Bonn RmjLewJslllgYnshiugtOo lm JMis J5 J5J J Lewls JJI4 JJI4J JJI4Yilshiugt BIdjr J Washington Yilshiugt D Dl l DC DiC p pt t c
S Joseph JosepltH E Stewart
I Attorney arid
CounselioratLaw w
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S Sylvester Sytv sferL 1 L Ictaurin M iaurin
iAttQtney Attorney and nd CounselloratLaw Counsellor atLaw w l
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WISE LITTLE WILLIE
HAD ONLY Q LY ONE REQUEST BUT
THAT WAS IMPORTANT
Well Well Aware of fthePrlvJlIl1etof the Privilege of Pris ¬
oners onersAbouttoBe About to Be Sentenced
Culprit Culp ltEs Es ta blished b IIshedGood Good
Hard Sense
It Jtls t la my m tduty duty to teac t ac h you a alo > so >
yero iess lessonf lesson pi i paid aid Hbratip H Horatio ra ilo Poppen
bam when whenWUle Willie Poppenham Poppenh mgot got
home ho k1e after a ttet playing phiyl playinghookey g v hookey allafteri aU att fter N
noon Now Nowi NowiI I W want ln you thoroug thoroughlY hly
to toiniderstal understand d the situation sltua tlon Dont
imagine mnglnothatI that I 1 am am punla tiihgiyou hing you be iw
cause it it will give any any satisfac sa tisfaction tion to
me persona personally lly llyAnd And I I want you ou to to
realize 1eallzotlioreugli1r thoroughly that I I am n not ot do
ing this in anger I 1 do Its It simply simplyas implyjiB as a
duty It Is la very often necessary nece8i r y for
judges ju jugesln gesln in the thecour courts s to sentence men men
to und undergo rgo punishment pll1ls hmcnta and 1dthesher the slier ¬
iffs f8 andj and Jailers l1 s and aril1wordens wardens have to
inflict inflict this punishment punis hment
t Do you y ybu usu suppose p hse the Judge gets ge is any
personal paraQnalsatlsfaction satisfaction out of it when he
aentences sen t tn n nes esilnulnto esilnulntob a man to tobd b bdhanBor hangor toun to un
dergo dergolmprsonn1 imprisonment < m t1 Not at all
Very Verroftenth often the ju jth1tue dpas dga sMartls heart is almost
broken br ken because ecauselt it is lils his Isduty duty 1 to to im ¬
pose pose poe such sen se sentenees tences And Anlfso so 1t it is
with the tho men who wti o Aave iavd av to to inflic InOlctlhe t the
punishment pllnls nmentThey They do not adm administer inister
it Itlna In anger nger i supposeth I suppose supposethYw they Yw would uld in
most mostci cases sesPlefer prefer to to let the offender
go free If they cou cou ld idjust Just j as as I i would
much muchprefer prefer to t let ljJtyou you off how now if I I
had only onlymr onlymrown my m own feelings feeUngsoconsu to consu lt
But Dutth I3uttheie there re are duties dliijes w which hich officers
of otthe the law law owe owe to tosbcl society ty andsb anc fscftheY they
are areco Compe compelled l11p lled ys when fhen a Yman man does
Wrong wtong to to see tha that t lie is properly pun ¬
ished IshedItpeovle If people could do wrong wrofigwltll with ¬
out being be ing compelled com compelled petted losuffer to suffer tor for it
many manyof of them would be do doing ing wrong
all aiu the time thus not only InJuHng
o others thers but also injuring themselves
It is the same In your case It If I I per
mittedlyou m rnttedyou ttedyou togo fp go un ununished punished Ishould I s hould
iia bdoIngia Gdoj do ifBy6iv 1 i i a a Wrong w iog and nd till10l I slipu sbeukl i ld d
also ai io be be wronging the tl tlerCst erCst rest of o f the f tam tam am1
lly If you 10uwere were allowed allowed to lodO to dd such such
things as you youhayot have clone meandsuffer and suffer no
chastisemen has seme 1tyouwould t you would soon soongofrom sOon go from
bad ad to worse breaking breaklngyourmotherfI your mothers
hearty heartrobb heart robbing ng mo moor of happiness and
spoiling your own chances for the fu u ¬
ture tur
You see the tl tlefamUy efamUy family represents so ¬
cie cl ciety ty oh on a asmaUsca small sca le and the tam tam ¬
ily ilko 1I1t llkdsociety Bocl society ety must iu us t have lIa v its sacred aacred
laws Whentheselimsarebr When Whenthese these laws are broken br oken ken
the thE laws of the tbeCamllyU family familyit It is is > Just ju tas as
Important that tbatthe 1 the one one who breaks
them shall shaUbe be pun punished ished das as it ttis is is 11 bn m 1
pprtant pOltantthatthe that the cihIlln criminal l who vhobl breaks ks
the laws which socle so society cl ty tyhnsmade has made for tpr
itself shall sh be bepunlshe punished dJlf In a Ii sma sm small ill ll
wayyou wayy u represent the tn prisoner w wlio ho
has been found guilty by the Jury
while wh leIoccupylng I occupying the theposltl position n of f
judge 1 am am m compelled t to pronounce
sentence ent riceuponyouII upon you and d
Sayfather Sd Sayfa fathelln thei in c cour iDurt q rt 1 the prisoner is
always S asked if It he lllls nas ea anything to
say say before b tore the jude sentences him
isnt is nt her h he 7
Yes And nd I am ant ae going to to extend
tha t triviioge privilege to you yo u What have haveyou you
to to tosay say
Please I ise let mother be the sher sheriff sli r iff iff7
Miraculous Mlr culo us Surgery SUra cry
The successful sllccassfulsewlng sowing up of hu u ¬
man hearts beartslsgetting is getting to be something
of a commonplace nowadays A A Phil ¬
adelphia doctor doctoltoo tool five tlvesttches stitches in a
wounded woundedhe heart urt cut open by a dag ¬
ger and alldthelllanip the man if IP sald saldtobeon fto tobeon be on the
road to torecoyery recovery It was was wa the second
iteart hearo operation peraUon of Qtthlssurg thisj this surgeon onwlth with
in a t month mon h or two HIS H Hi I previous prevlouspa pa
iien tcii 10 ritgotwell T got well
There are now no V Vonrecor onrecord onrecor pomewhere
heal lIeal1l d hundred cases of otsurglca surgica l op
cratfons upon uponthe the human n hea heart rt and
the be death deathrnte rate cons cODslderlngthoex considering idering the ex
Vreme reme gravity gra Ylty Yltyo of o f the operation opera tion is
iiurprlsingly low When it is Isremem remem ¬
bered bered that the heart hea rt is practically
hi hiconstant lit constant mptiqn that its comp co complete mp lete
s stoppage oppage means me ris imme Immediate diate death and
that t1 t1at at t te the e delicate surgical manipula ¬
tlonsneccsaary tions tons necessary to repa repairing ir ing Its 5 its
w v wounds ounds CJu ds have to be performed upon a
throbbing and more or 0rles9 loss Inacces I aeces
s siblo ible ibleplcce piece of otUfiiue tissue the tbemanual manual skill
and coolness demanded demandedof demanded of the heart heart
surgeon w will ill be be Better 1eter eter apprec appreciated iated
S Oregon Manol Mann Insect Catcher
Illt In the 10 country O1ntly a all ll lsor sorts ts ot homely homf l
qeces devices are dro e used to catch the bugs
and Jclll kill > thorn > and an auOregonmlln Oregon man
Vfio w jio probably had his appje appe orchard orclard
overrun overrun by bysomo some destruc destructive tive spec spe cies ies
patented e t trap trOl > ro fgV fo the thepests pests A bar bnr
ri 1 41 11 l has htlSllec n 1ieces ieces s cil cut out bit f the upper ipp pp r
P9rtlcn pWl n arid ill d Is hair halfillled filled w with ith ithrotten rotten
or brulssi l tapples ripples or some other otberodor o dbr
Ifjjrouo lf ifirouu rous fruit ultOn On top of ottheb the barrel rrells Is
placed plnce a pan JJanpartaJyfilJed partia partiaUy ily filled with wa va ¬
ter tEIi oil or some poisonous liquid i From
tlio tt apejt ape npec c ot 0Ca a tr trippd pld that keep the
b4sln b beau sln fr from om falling tnlJlngol off oiTthe the thEfbarrelhangs barrel hangs
a lantern Ia me 1nlIt In I the t he daytime du duo ytm6he the insects
S w will ill 111 bO attracted by o the odor odorof of the
fruit fr uit and Jl1dln in flying ylng up to teRat toast many
o of t thoml1 thorn are app jl likely to fly into the wa
to tor r At hi hiht Fht ht the thelanterl lantern lanternjs Js sl1ghtell lighted
mid II I bug J bugpi Ug will cpmpxfrom c cobiefrPmafarto b1p rrpmafarto afar 1 to flut It Lit
let ier asaljnst anll Itiond It laliJ neet l1jet ect JbeJr bolr death c1 i1tJ1ln in n
tlte lteUqVbtdoWChIC lte JloT litu M b bowChicago tpw Chicago Q Triijune
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JShoeShiningParlor Shoe Shining Parlor
For Ladies LadfesiuldGentlemeq and Gentlemen
newspapers ewa apers Periodicals Pe lodlnals and an fMaguJMs IMagazlriM Mag
Imp tmpbrt rted d and Dome tic tl Citrs ArS
810 Florida Avenne N W
TheForum lhoF The Forum rum
And Ande1I all leading Leiidt gColored 1 Colored Papers For ForSale Salt
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j f Could CouldYoUDQ You Dp Better B tter
Than wear a ntoprv ntoprvtailorcd tailorcd s lightly used
0 suit uH aM Ilt at300to 8 300 00 to tol 11000 l0O0 OO and andt1 andthink think
of themonoy t1lomonoyyou the ponoy you save SavOy Sav y
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Painting f fII Pein II lf nt Flattering Fluflr ltK Ka Kscm lsemin lsarn inilii in iag
Window Shadis Shad ShasTo To Order
tp Prompt PrompAtterslion Attention
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WEDDINGS STRIPPED OF FUSS
in lnBrlttariy n Brittany Matrimonial Matrlrnonlaican l Candidates CankIates ldat s
Are AroH Herde Herded rdedTolc d Toge ther Ui ran an d Mar ¬
ned rJedJn In a Bunc Bunch h
Over in France they have a way way
of otg getting Ung rid rIdof of all the undesira ble
features features eitureswhlch which in the United Unltedstn States fes
jgb k with getting married They have ha ve
khe the he scheme sc heme In operation oper tlonln In Brittany IrIttany
I In InBf1ttany Brittany they tbeydoawayy do away with w ith b lh the
best man mannnd and br brldesaid idesmaids and ndus ushers bels
andother and other such impedimenta Im 1 edlmenta strewn in
the path patho of f the American Am Amrlc rlc i rl celebrants cele ele brants
of o t the matrimonial ceremony ceremOny Eyen
the dressmaker dr ssmdke arid U1 U1m the m milliner illiner and an d
the Ilorlstare florist are given the laugh Their
goods g9 ods arent arent ie n nt t needed The caterer is IS
I the only tradesman who profits
About Abolltthe t the middle mlddloof of January Jariuwyevery every
year th there re is Isa a genera general l l round roundup up of
all the men and women who have
been engaged nga ged within the the twe twelve weie lve ¬
month They Theyareherded are herded together in
< one no place p c and on oniiel onthedpoipteclmorn theitDpointed poJJ1te d morn niorn
Ing a alol1gconles along long comes theprestaild the priest and mar
rles rlesthem them in a bunch Notuss No Io fuss no
feathers s sn no n Johe Lbhengrii obengii ngrI l or Robin Robin
Hood stuff stuttl1 np usherloli ushers Pr br bridesmaids rIdesmsld
to o carry away aV your yo rstl stickpins stickplnsand kplns and your
brooc brooches ches hes A And d everyone everyqnewaars wears tIo the
national costume > stume simplp s simpl hnpIn in cphatrjicr
tlpn 1cn though gaudy
There eWEr werB 27 7 couplos ou plQ3 1 taarJ llr arr ie ted d < i ± f
Plpugastel Plo PloOgast gast l l January 11 11G4 B4 people eopieD 5l 5
count them Among the 54 were we o
only four fou names nArpesEyeryonep1aTl Everyone married ed
was a Legal Lglll Lgllla a Jeseuquel J seuquGIa a Thomas T Tlomas oml19
or or era a Kazeneuff Kazelleull Fifteen Flft Fifteenofthe en of the brides fldes
were named Marie and three were
named na m dMarie Mar Marie ie J Legall egall egallf f
The caterer caerer got his 11 h rake rakeof off frpm rqm
S the barbecue whichfollowed whlchtqlloWed whicht llow ed the cere ¬
mony He served served27 27 sheep and six
cows at the t heweddln wedding g gre breakfast re akflst
t
Science sc fence Becoming a Nuisance Nulsal1 l
Steadily medical medl l science l lence is clos closing ing
a allavenu all ll avenueaof avenues esiof of safety Time was waswben when
man man might do dopr pretty tty much muchas as ho
pleased d dan and an d j live Now w whatever 1 1atev atev r he
mas ma f do is ludeadlyTheChl deadly deadi The Chicago ago health he health lth
department has hasjus just Justissued Ussud issued a wunlng warn ing
against coun country try springs spr ings in the th pe pel U
lucid wat water r of otthese these springs death
lurks in InaU all of its itshld hideous ous forms tormsAlso Alko
to tp 1 quaff qua a cooling cooling from the Old Oaken
Bucket Is dangerous What What to dr drink ink
was long a matter matt rofrprlcerathertlian of ofprice price rather ratherthan tnan
choice But ButnoV now it is is a iI matter of
neither choice nor no nor price The million I ill1l n
faire as well as as the pauper paupercontronta confronts
death whenever he drinks or or r eats It
is unkind of science aciencetopoint topolnt tol olnt out so
many i imany dangers and not to t tOindicato indicate lndlcateany any
Ipathsi Ipathsofsafet of otsafet safety r rthatJho 7 7that that thatJho the ordinary rdfnaryper per
son will be content to travel Perhaps
the most mostcomfortable comfortable thing if n nt dt qbo the
safest to do is to take a a chance chl1li e how
and andv andthen then and refuse to be alarmed
Trusting Tru s v lng theae th aetewJln few lines s etc tc
I
Women In Intho the Wrpng Wr9ngPlace Place
The anomaly ilD jllaly of this thlsls Is land landtbe the
center centerotthe of the the British empire 1 lrecrowd crpwdc ft d
to overflow overflowing ing while whllemllU tallllbris nsof of acre a ace3 e
of ottherlchest f the richest land landJp lp fine climates He
undeveloped n deyelope d has at lt last l t struq slru struck lt t1h the
national imag Imagination ination Wo Vocannot cannot
open p paper pape wlthputsoeing wltb t soeln g gnr articles nr lcle 1
about the wheat fields 11eldsClf of panada Ganad the
fruit frulttarms farms of British Brltls h C Coumlila Co pfumbla lumbia gr
Rhodesia the offers offersof of work for Brit Br it ¬
ish men and nndwome women 1lnA in Australia stralla New
Zea Zealand land and last but notleast notJe st South
Africa But ut in largo movements of
every kind it is exceedingly Jxceedlngl difficult
to preserve pres erve the theregu regu regular lar ar eve e even ve b 11 progres > rogres ¬
s slon ion of of parts partsSotne Some portions po Jtlons of of the
mass xri ss w wUa wlll ill always lwaysinoye moye s slower lower rothera others
faster ban the rest restthero there tiy bycaUslng causing
n ndlstorUonand distortion and dis dislocation location of the
wliole w whole lole That section of the comrauriity
known kpown as asthebetterclass the betterclass woman omanhas has
lagged behind the rest 1eS i and by ber
scarcity in Intbe the one place and an d her su ¬
perfluity per ulty in the the9tJ ptJ J r rls Is creating a
danger to Y Yso socielyXLondoii so societyLondonr1me letY Lond t tI Times I r1me mes
A A VJ V Vordof prd rdofAdvlc of Ad Adylce ylce Frprtipregon Fr rrJQre o ry
A due financial appreciation of a
niinlsters ljlnlsllrs inisters services ervlc a does not pot In inth in h
least affect the Chr ChrIstia Christianity istianity nity of ofthe the
leader Iei1i1 ro of f faIIj9k a aIIj9k flopk flock A A well fed and well w e J
groomed grobtnedl1I min minister 1lstersp ister speaks aks well w ll for p J
chur church burchWoodburnln hWoodburn Woodburn In dependent d pendent
Avoid Suspicion
Whenyoure When youre walking wl lklng through your YQur
1 1nelgliborB elghborp elghborJlmelonpatchdont melon patch dont tie your yqu
shoe shoeAtlantlc Atlantic Mpnthly
in ir a iBtate a t3to of o fPar Partial tlal Employment
Women wr ite all allthe the li ltittlcleaon u uarticles articles on
how liol ib t 0 mana mnnllrt ja hU bus bRn ds dspelorotbpy ls beroro thpy
getany get anrQulncy Qu incy Ill Illr mI r Herali eraliJ

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