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From now an q tkr tllere wan be a series of ofhouse orr
r house hou paf pafUes ties JUt ast M West w North and andSouth aMSouth
South every one with a country t1T ptae ptaewili pia piam poe poewifl
wili m Invite and expect guests eu and It te tew Jwell Iawati
w well tl to review the ettflnette euilaeue Air these oc occasions 00 00casiODS cccatona ¬
casions which te staple enough but so sooften 10often
often outraged by bJack lack of knowledge or orappreciation orappreciation orapproclatlon
appreciation In America we haw MY come cometo eometo
to follow the English custom of inviting invitinggu In tni 1ting 1tinggu ng
gu gueet st for or a specified time ttm the invitations invitationsgenerally InvitationscelHlrally
generally conveying the feet that Mr and andMrs andMrs
Mrs Smith will be delighted to receive receiveMr receiveMr recslveMr
Mr and Mrs Jon Jonas c from the lat of o May Mayat MBJat Mayat
at luncheon until the 10th lth of May at din dinner dinner dh ¬
ner with the further instruction that tb t an anautomobile alautolRObUe
automobile or trap will await the guests guestsat guetsat
at the train trainAn trainAn
An hew r should not be allowed allowedto a11oweto to elapse elapsebefore ela elahefON
before bor this invitation is anewered an wred Mid Midon MIdon id
on no account should there be a deviation deviationof devlatenof
of a single moment from the hour hou set setSuch setSucb
Such an exhibition of bad form should pre preclude preclude preelude ¬
clude any an one again being invited to the thesame tJMhouse
same house As in England at the smart smartest amarttat ¬
est houses huSe the guests are supposed d to take takecare takecare
S care of themselves them from breakfast until untilluncheon UftttlJunclteon
luncheon Breakfast is a eareteee meal mealat mealat
at which the hoeteea never appears and andwhich nd ndwblch
which the guests gue ts pick up from the side ridetable sidetable
table the maid or butler bringing in In InBtftllments In8tn hiatalimsets
Btftllments 8tn t8 of coffee or tea t After this in informal informal Informal ¬
formal meal there is tRe tb mull n to look ovr ovrthe Oftrthe 0srthe
the papers te review and at the door doorthere doorthere doerthere
there are traps and Md saddle horses the Ua1 Ua1nts ten tennis iinis ¬
nis court court the golf links and other things thingsto tktn tktnto
to engage egtgaS the attention of the t visitors vtsttorcuntil YIettOfCuntil visitorsuntil
until the formal luncheon at t 1 oekwk oekwkwhich ocloGItwhich oeoelcwhich
which is not very formal after tter all sines sineswe IKwe IK Mncwe
we have more or less come to follow the theEnglish theEnglish tMEnglish
English habit of waiting upon ourselves oursetvwat
at this mealAfter meaLAfter meal mealAfter
After luncheon there is the siesta sle ta the thetetea thetetetete thetatect
tetea tetetete tatect tete te for those so inclined rtdesthe tides lit litthe Inthe
the country the hammock and an agree agreeable aPMable apseable ¬
able novel in fact numerous ways wall1hlch in inwhich Inwhich
which to pass the time until afternoon afternoontea aftellMlOfttea
tea brings all the household together togetherThis togetberTI
This brings the time of the day to din dinner dIItnero ¬
ncr nero wnlch is really reall the gala occasion occasionwhen oecuJoa1hen
when the women are all supposed d to ap appear ap appear ¬
pear in decollete the men in evening eveningclothes vlacelothM
clothes not Tuxedos as dinner Jackets Jacketsare jacketan
are vulgarly called At a country house houseparty hovaparty
party women should carry the very verysmartest velT velTamarteat ver versmartest
smartest toilettes In their wardrobes wardrobesand wardrobesand wardrnbeaand
and should spare no pains to make them themselves themelves ¬
selves as beautiful and brilliant as possi possible poulbtf ¬
ble because at a P country estate far farfrom tarfrom
from tte madding crowd every guest guestmust IfQntmuat guestmust
must do his or her utmost to make Mak the theparty theparty
party a success Do not for an instant instantthink InMantthink
think that you are invited for yourself yourselfalone youneUalone yourseUalone
alone Every one who joins a house houeeparty boUleparty houseparty
party must do everything in bit or orher orher orher
her power to contribute to keep the ball ballrolling ballroiling
rolling and make things merry merryNot merrNot merryNot
Not long ago at a celebrated house In mthe Inthe
the South one of the bright New York Torfewomen YorkWOlDen Tortwomen
women observed a lackadaisical English Englishman EnCUabman ¬
man who seemed to do nothing but keep keepa k p pa
a pipe going and dispose of r innumerable innumerablehighballs Innumenblhighballs innumerablehlghbalk
highballs asking one of her fellowguests fellowguestswhy tellowlItIHtawhy
why be was there She was told to wait wattand waitand
and see There was no doubt of his use usefulness u uCuln ¬
fulness Culn after a a weeks experience He Hewas fJewas Hewas
was a real majordomo for picnics and andautomobile andautotnQlle andautominlo
automobile parties Ha had every e7hie poasi poasible
> bit menu for at fraeo fr fresco entertainment at athis athis athis
his Angers end and be always managed managedto
to introduce some element that made the theentertainment theentertainment theentertainment
entertainment unique and interesting int reatlnc He Heis HeIII Heis
is to be sure the youngest YOU J8t son of an animpecunious 8nhnpecnml01Ul
impecunious earl but it is safe fe to affirm affirmthat ano anothat
that his talent wilt ultimately win him himan himan himRfl
an American heiress heiressEvery bellHLKerY heiressEvery
Every one who visits a country house housemust honemust housemust
must bear in mind one thing thlnstve give as asmuch umuch asmuch
much pleasure and to give as little trouble troubleas treubleas
as possible poe For instance as to the mat matter mattn mattsr ¬
ter of luggage a guest should take care careof careof careof
of it as far as possible po and and see that thatthe thattbe thatthe
the hostess is not burdened with it itdelay its ItItdelay itsdelay
delay which so often happens in the themountain themountain themountain
mountain districts that have become so eopopular sopopular sopopular
popular with the fashionables As to the thematter thematter thematter
matter of carrying the maid that depends dependsentirely deIMDdsentirely dependsentirely
entirely upon the circumstances of the thehostess thehOllttU th thhostess
hostess in Europe a little baroness baron a with withJ800 witliS800 withsotu
J800 a year fU would never think of visiting visitinga vlatUn vlatUnIi
a ouuntry house without a maid because becauseshe because1Iht becauseslip
she > Js s perfectly helpless having < been beenbrought beenbrought n nbrought
brought up to depend entirely UPOp serv servants MrYant son sonants ¬
ants ant But in America it is quite q lte different differentA dUterenLA
A woman may ma may spend 10000 on her toilet toiletand tGlletand toiletand
and yet sew on her own buttons and her herhooks herhook herhooks
hooks The foreign custom cu tom is I mush the thesimplest thestmple thesimplest
simplest t and the most agreeable and it itwould Itwould itwould
would be well if it were more generally generallyaccepted generallyaccepted erally erallyaccepted
accepted here hereAs hereAs hereAs
As to the bread and butter that must musthe musthe musthe
he written immediately upon the return returnof returnof returnof
of a guest uest to her house Nothing can ex excuse excu oxcurs ¬
curs cu this omission If one has the means meansand men8and meansand
and the way of sending > a bunch of flow flowers owrs 00wcr8 ¬
ers rs a timely book an interesting map magazine mapzlne masszinc ¬
zinc to remind the hostess of her appre appreciation appreciation are areelation ¬
ciation it is well But ut in visiting coon country eountr coontry ¬
try tr housts bous as accepting every invitation invitationthe invitatIonthe
the quid pro quo must never be forgotten forgottenL
L I Qwsstion I am about abuetto to wad not MM tarfta tarftatioM lllritaa vIta vItatics
tioM tics for f a emil dance for my y daughter aDI aa nd tae ea eattrUinawnt tit titc osterttent
c ttrUinawnt trta t of to of her chime wbo will will00Iae root rootImae cebne
Imae with her from roOete Our bone to way its toaitcd 1Jaitrd itsI
I tied in space < pace end we aunt count cirriallj tm the thenumber tilenllmbrr thenumber
number of f cimt s to U expect Iu one ol your 1 pa paanieka PM PMan isAsfll
anieka an sfll you 0 said it vu not ot neeeawrjr to appM aeil
U It S S V V P to intiUlieM as all 11 Uraee the who had ha4I
the I lie Hthtest knowledge of the world worldr would vouldr amwtr amwtrpnaaptb
r pnaaptb ptlJ without any each hint Now oe I Ittltly Moot ase eertafctly eer sstsisIy >
tafctly do art want to onuait it a an lin n npHMt good gooAform JIIDIMIonn goodforni
form onn but I matt know bow many to expect at t tae taelittle ehUh thelittle
little fete I am ID Mag Ii Kindly em in me roar y opinion opinionin elalosiu
in the natter sad BeI help oat A Troubled Mother MatherAnswer HotJMrAnswer Mothertnswer
Answer tnswer By all U means mean put on your In Invitation Inaatlo1f Incitations ¬
citations R S S V P or if you prefer as asI 8iIr asr
r do the English form formS An answer wer is isrequested IIltquestfd Isiequeated
requested As I have said frequently In Inthis Inthis inthis
this column there are no hard and and fast fastrules futrlllea fastrpies
rules that govern society aoclet To arrive is isthe I Itbe Isthe
the main nM n point pointthe the only point pointand and one oneshould on onshould oneshould
should leave no atone tone unturned to make makethis makethis makethis
this possible Moreover there are many manypeople manypeople manypeople
people good sort too with little knowl knowledge knowledp ¬
edge 041 of social ethics who must be taught taughtby taughtby taughtby
by by the tbe people who entertain n them themQuestion themQun themI
I Question ID J Isit it seaeal for the befriends friends of ots a lid tirila lidto girlto
to Mad her er preMnt when she lb bedfaeaee engaged I Iknow IkllOW Ino
know no tt it eMtomary te the tII North OStb but I un en entirely ell elltir SDtirely ¬
tirely tir l BMMqiaUnted DNSistOd with It II eocM 10 1 magea u uoa in this pelt peltbf paltlif stt sttvf
bf taeesoatrr taeesoatrrAnswer the J JAuwer Mt7 Mt7Answer
Answer No it is not customary al although althoup althougb ¬
though between intimate friends it is isoften Isoften Isoften
often done doneJ
3 QoeMJaa is I it wtetmuj to have ha a af chaperon chaperonfor ehepereafu
for f fu a half dottn en pM0fct She ao with to visit Mount MountVfmonJ MonetVrrnon OUDt OUDtmon
VfmonJ mon I MM from fi la the wild aad woolly and it itwont itToteml
wont to me a stoM Mu tMag thi5 to wk an 011I oat lady to toK toalobe tog
K < > ekes tonc whh wlt ate the er fcar sirta who bant ha perhaps perhapsJ perbrug
J ug lot rt so food if not bettor mermen than she has hasnertelf basn haseyie1f
nertelf n eyie1f lf but the pqppto psp waoat 5iss I sm sotee soteeM to < allk allka au
M a my Ill guess hilanr 0 ShOt j o e 5511 U the mart Nt Ntnd let letaDd setsod
aDd nd I aaouid be BM nest t aaheppr 1IIIiIa PJ M sake a afetatM afetatMAnswer a aAnawer uhishAnswer
Answer Most certainly you should shouldhave shouldhae shouldhave
have a chaperon If you desire to con conform conform conform ¬
form to th the customs of this part of the theworld theorId theworld
world worldi orId orIdf
i 4 Qvsuion Will you aa kindly Iy if If1J 111 me < mat hat is the theIiroper tbe11f0pn thelw4eT
Iiroper ec uMme t < iiBV to wear at a iHlimr at Cbety ClIMe Ctetcfihe ClIMe1hp isetThe
The party fa net et i fanaai fermatose fermatoseAnswr onDIIAnatr oae oaeAnswer <
Answer It strikes the writer as a bad badform badform badform
form to see e extremely decollete at a club clubliuuse clubItJU clubIrtiuse
liuuse ItJU although it Is often worn but butnever butntHr butnevr
never ntHr ui an informal dinner The iorreet iorreetrostumi turrtctosum orTtctonum
rostumi onum for ta suili SUt 1 a t function would wt i tlti lir tie a apretty itjJrttty apretty
pretty iiuli iilv j1 vi jace Ltce gwn 1Jn made ml Jc < I
Mort s stert with Jth the most stunning sthnntn bat in ones oneswardrobe onesrdr onesardrobe
wardrobe w rdr be for It is i the Ut hat after all thatIe thatregarded that thatIs
Is regarded I8 rd d at such uoh a place placeKeWwknwr p1aoeI
I 1 QtIeIUeR Qe tisn I Is It seirest to see thqwseiho thqwseihoKM0dSSsr uprtMieR
KeWwknwr It I netted aa hwtttltaa 1 Horn ItaI1NIrecII M MM anoe11
M aeaeel fritpd the ether d dar do which ra HI4 d Kt KtUMNB K KAid KitinMeoo
UMNB t AK Aid pefl 4th < UX I t tAnswer to isAnswer 1 1Antnver
Answer No N the th expression Is almost almostobsolete allnOItob almostbsulete
obsolete ob o tete In this age and generation one oneinvites oneInylte onenyttag
invites i ones friends to taa tQflnot not afternoon afternoontea afternoonee on ont
tea t ee mind bUt tea teaat at whatever hour the thehostage theboat theoatsee
hostage h wishes w bes gcnerajty5 oclock oclockS
S C QoMUVm I aat a a boarder boar te OM tt tIN a pH pHlaU JIltag petat
o laU ag at Hteob hem I am a wteg ts NorieHc hif11 ¼ to fftud fftudthe IIUte speeda
the a holidnrt w with h OM M of the ha girls Will 1U ypu ktedly ktedlytall IIItIrtall kladban
tall t an me to what war I M thaw her IterIII say anivecM anivecMboa spprcM spprcMen
boa li en to Ns iJeiIc bt ajM te 1 TWt then I Aoaht eeld tit titto u uto uSeo
to t o do 4 more tfc be wHU wrtt writtsg e a hre heed a ami tatter let lettct lettn letsr
tct t tw sr MIMe mare ne < rn la the HoMfey vpr M I aM aMftI1 5wry w wTOT
TOT w ry aaxww te knee what it te rfvbt db to toTU 4s 4sThaaMm dshaskiug
ThaaMm T sea Tcry raoeb Ja a4raMe 14 adras I am 1It 1ItI riaeertly riaeertlyyam aiaor aiaorDIt
yam 1ItD D DIt K
1 SI mat to IU yw kew am nsci a I Ir Minrtd Minrtdyow eejsgedue
yow 7 Mtfefe ue oa rfr JZtrta Jt t tAuwer icbBoi sebselAnswer icbBoiAnswer
Answer If you enjoyed enjo ed The ArWtars ArWtarsarticle Arblt AilMiarsrticle ra raarUele
article a on school girls you will not take takeexception takexoe ke keexoeptlon
exception e xoe to tb tM advice dvle that when w yu yuwrite y yourite U Uwrlte
write w rite to a busy newapaper worker you youus yOU11M yous
11M u us s only one atSe of the th paper 1 per What Whatshall Whataltan Whathall
shall s hall you ou do to show your appreciation appreciationof
of o f your hostess hospitality Be IJ a goad goadMttle gootIHttle goodittle
Mttle l girt remember rem mber your you manners al
ways wfty arise when aha be comes into the rom rojmrun fo romrun < m mi
i run and get a shawl for her a stool her herknitting b lerlqitting f fknitting
knitting the paper or a I book anything anythingthat 1n anythingthat ttdng
that t aha sh seems to want ant without appealing appealingtoo uppeaslngardent uppeaflngtoo
1 too ardent to serve her It would give me mepleasure mepleuure tepleasure
pleasure to insert here a little treatise treaU e un untiia Inthe n nthe
the manners of foreign young girls to toward t tI Wward ¬
I ward their elders but I have harenot not the time timeor timeor
i or the th space Treat your our friends frl nds mother motherexactly motherexactly motherexactly
exactly as you OU would like to have your yourmother yourmother our ourmother
mother treated or would like to be tr treato4 treato4yourslt ate4 ate4yourself te4 te4yourself
yourself if you were the same age When Whenyou Whenyou Whenyou
you return home hOllia If an opportunity arises ariseswhen arJseswhen arJeswhen
when you could send her flowers a new newbook newhook newhook
hook that you have read with apprecia appreciation appreciation appreclatlesi ¬
tion or some little gift of your own man mantifaeture manuracture manufacture
tifaeture be sure ure that that It will be appre appreciated nppreetated apprecIated ¬
7 QacMton OQ If I is ta it a bean far r pet litfw h letk letkfec k kfor
for Isnslmn or dfamr ir sent I fold t ap p 09 zs tttfifcia tttfifciaen
en terte le5et00 the taWeJIcwnmftt taWeJIcwnmfttAi talllefllDOftMAnew tshteiIgnorelLAnawc
Ai Anew Anawc > ener No NoI
8 8 QaeaUoo PJe PJeae e awwtr if a jreuas leuIta ea matey mateynmata esenhyoosn
oosn nmata Ita 1 town for the tb Ratter tr b helidayt JiUji W oUd send sendwtth MRdwftIa seedwith
with ImpuaHy la a yeiwe JMHICn umun whom be tea teatwcatb 1JuIIMto hasrgosstly
twcatb RMt IIMto ni aM wi toward whOa h M bit Its M be mDiK mDiKIwmoNbie uosthemosebis Mt MthonoMbie
honoMbie Mttntlom ROBM sew sswenl 1I dowen7Itapeeed dowen7ItapeeedAnswer enIIIaJlMld enIIIaJlMldAnswer Ilayeeed IlayeeedAnswer
Answer Honorable Intentions is israther Isr Isrsthar
r rather nerveracking JH but Hayseed UHaySiiOOOuld Hayseedwould Iayseodwould
would be perfectly warranted In sanding sandingto
to his bl new friend a suitable offering of offlowers orfl offlowers
fl flowers wers on Easier ssten Sunday SundayQoetdoIa SundayI
1 I QoeHlon I pasted last l t lawUi In Oaha sal aadWM alldI sala
WM a the asset of a married man effiar eftI4ItrMr wbrnw vrtfe vrtfeaVkea wtsgbkse
aVkea her hwaViaaTterf IB WaAlouton WIi aibIegtooi and 1Id 1IdIiItIritIg WM WMateeat meshiest
I shiest dwiw tey tMt IiIt I feel rsdeU hedebted l to bin III fpr fprm ewwtdeIt feca
m V hoeateHtiea whisk I ihatitd alt tild Hk ta ntnrn ntnrniMt nt ntIMt retniemt
iMt I doat t knew hk wife wit Would It be wed form formfor fllnflI fanswe
I for me to call upon her intrtxlaetoz mrfeff and andMSNtaiBC sadasisialee 4 4c
MSNtaiBC c the seers fur IwIl1J my TJ ttJVaodrer intlWandererAnswer MkJaDd ttJVaodrerAnswer r rAmlwer
Answer This to a matter of taste but butto butto butto
to The Arbiter U would seem a wise wisething wIleUiltr wisething
thing to call U upon the wife of the officer officerto
to whom you are Indebted for hospitality hospitalityand hOl3pltalltyand hospitalityslid
and to Include them both In your Invita Invitation InltatkHL Invitati ¬
tion ti
j 4 4AND
The First Congregational Ootgr ptol Church will willhave wUlha
have ha h ave a special 1 Baster choral service at S Soclock Eoeloek fclock
oclock o clock this evening Mrs B B H Smart Smartsoprano Smart8OPftno Smartopranos
soprano s Miss Son Edna Scott contralto Mr MrJ MrJ MrWalter
J Walter Humphrey baas 1j and Mr MrDouglass MrT Mrougians
D Douglass ougians J Miller tenor will sing Dr DrJ DrT DrW
J W Dteehoff to the orgnntat and di director director diector ¬
rector r The following programme will willbe willbe wille
be b e givea giveaOnan glveoOtu vea vea0Ia8
Onan Btetade They Ua II user Taken Away A ft7 My I Ird
List rd ehdnm cWr ch Stamer 1Ia Oteiat I II IICIIriat Hmta loser teaorMM loseredo
edo MM MachoJT Niacb cst Our Pamerer rertAb thaw choraiaehnttat thawthEIsg
aehnttat S tAb aa a Father Fa anatom alto seisi Tiartnc TiartncoshrMrr LaMacJIdDnII
0 oshrMrr Thy JUBowed PmeaM qnsia arlet Car Carter cuIr carer ¬
ter t er addrem se llyma m 0 Pulmhm J New NewWIMII fss cw ta the thedsht SmVe SmVenrieM
J nrieM dsht Wheel bw we sik ISukar l Awahe A Thai ThaiThat ThenThat
That 111 amwt DumMer of 1 Jairaa Ia chaise ehoraaStamer chaisetshov
Stamer d Itomanah 1 h MBhao su ese toto ue OranJor Hal 111ebdek Halfemjah HaIhIaj
femjah l Meanah I eheeaa IhMmAnJ IhMmAnJThe I IThe Us UsThe
The quartet choir choirof of the First Presby Presbyterian Presbyterl Preabytartan ¬
tartan terl Church composed cI of Mrs L L A ARoberts A ARoberU ARoberts
Roberts soprano prano Mist I Mary B Flnney Flnneycontralto IlnHcootraUo Flnneyontralto
contralto c Mr Clarence Fitzgerald basso bassoMr bauoMr bassoMr
Mr S S F Compton tencr and Mrs MrsGeorge 1111SGeorp Mrsleorge
George f F Shutt organist will sing III to today today today ¬
day among other selections the Sanctua Sanc Sanctus Saneus
tus t us u predo redo and Agnus Del from fromC fromC fromC
C P Catheys Cathey S Service in B flat This Thisbeautiful ThtbeauUful Thisbeautiful
beautiful service was w rendered by the thechoir thecboir thechoir
choir in a very pleasing manner on Sun Sunday Sunday Ounay ¬
day d ay evening March 21 to especial credit be being be be1Qf beog ¬
ing l og due Mrs Roberts and RCI Miss Mi Finney Finneyfor Finne Finnetor Fiuneyat
for f at their splendid work workAt werkAt workAt
At Uw 1 Metropolitan ropoIftan Baptist Church the thefollowing thefollowing theollowing
following f following music lc will wm be rendered today todayOisaa todayOw todayduos
duos prehxhn peia anthem Ki 1UIoc of Khm It l Shot Shelley IJWItoIt ShotsiI ¬
ley l siI anthem Ansek Sell the Kock Away ft7 ft7I KoUea KoUeaKomtei ItaldeeKosisi
Komtei aothem Ktrnfiectim Shelley I aathem aathem8howt aDtIt aDtIt8heut antheeeSheet
Sheet Ye Y lligfa llesteen Uea Chwhrtdt sad onmn onmnpojUode IIIUAt orgosede
pojUode ede At the T 1a octoek mrriee svha Oman pre prerade perode
lt ode l aathem Why 7 Seek Ye Y the Urine Amoas Amoasthe 0 0tile tmo tmohe
the t he Deadr Warm Mo 1raiw Ie Ye Y hem At AttOa out t tile
tOa t ile to ohs he sun IUtIC by Mn Mr WOUm K Mffler l In InW Drw > r rW
W BnwHwrfnatle hsmeUns u aad VUmm T BUll KUMChriH BUllJmK Ils eath eathholes
holes Oar IVuaonr 1 SeBRBmj onma PL PLThe IOI IIINTbe
The members of the thecbolr choir are Sopranos SopranosMrs SopranOlltIn SopranosMrs
Mrs William Miller Mil Mrs James JamesBrooks JamesBrooks
I Brooks Miss Nellie Nell Barber Mia Mabel MabelRoberts 2labelRoIHnta MabelRoberts
Roberts Miss Katie Dodge Mrs > Gilbert GilbertA
A Clark and Mine 11 May IQ Hilt altos Mho MtaLaura MIlIaLaura MhoLaura
Laura V French Mrs M J Henry Tats Tatspaugh TataI Tatepaugh
I paugh Miss Maude Mau e a Keiwr and Miss MissEmma l lEmma MissEmma
Emma Guechewsky tenon Dr W Bruce BruceHoefnagte BruceHoofna8le BruceUoefnagle
Hoefnagte Mr Holland E Fleharty Mr MrLewis MrLewis MrLewis
Lewis B Lawrence and Mr James Jam Rich Rlcharchon Richardeon Richardson ¬
ardson basses ba ee Mr Gilbert A A Clark ClarkMr ClarkMr Iark IarkMr
Mr William T Ellis and Mr George W WVail WVail
Vail director Mr Gilbert A Clark or organist or orpnlat organist ¬
ganist In > Iars Irs Harry G Wilbur WilburThe WilburThe WilburThe
The Easter music muzl at SL Marks Mark Church Churchat
at the morning service will be the UTe UTeDeum Te TeDeum TeDeum
Deum for the communion Eyre in E Bnat Eftat Eflat
nat the offertory anthem Christ Is J Sac Sacrificed Sacrlftced Saciiflced ¬
rificed for Is 1 At the tbe7 738 choral serv service ae service ¬
ice there will be special music The choir choirincludes choirInclude choirInehedes
includes includesKohert IncludeRoNrt InehedesRobert
Robert Aafchy Marion Iwfley Veraoa mIOII Banum
Willie Nest Howard BrooMs JkoGU John Jo Bnltooift Jer Jerome JerWarren Jerme ¬
ome Sash Warren Coma Willie DmtN Dtiftl hairy
has Raymond Hnhhard Ka Mm lOwer r Kiati KiQa Dudley
Lawrence Law ikotfe heee McCauley David McCoy Whit
ley McCoy wane McKee Diary D PcteheU Uw Uwrenw Lawi Lasreuse
reuse l Pope ope Hairy Stalls PateStelle Psjs Stifle SUnley
imodfnua Ieytoa i Torhert Tallest T Thai m Tyler TM Willie iitau UUe
Kay Whitman SMrifar thIIa Wflean Willis Carney
Theodore Cohimbna Lawrence Omits CArl Dart DartWalte Dat DentWallet
Walte Wallet Oonakhwn Itjwe DoaaeUy Miner Mba flUte KUMIdwm XlIiI flUteEdela
Idwm Pelt Stanley flames J UaaUi UutaLa Kramer KramerLawean Xraasrlowsm
Lawean La Martin Rarmead MeHbaamm 1k Harry Eec 1IerIdfr Eecdir Mereter
dir John J Morsan John Job ths Funmna Fe Vfllfam Itoeock ItoeockMain 10UCIt1Iata IsusedEsia
Main Seeder and andThe Thomaa Spoons SpeaerThe SpoonsThe
The organist Is Mr William B Trott TrottAt TrottAt TrottAt
At the Second Se ond Baptist Church this thismorning thismornlD thismorning
morning < the following musical programme programmewill prngrammewSII programmewill
will be rendered renderedOJSM rendered0Ipa renderedOesn
OJSM prelude I Kaow That My Redeemer RedeemerUfcth RedeeIaerLI IlodesserLinth
Ufcth LI Mm i Meariab Handel Thb la I the theDay taRtile hr hr1MY
Day Which the Lord Hath Made Lcneteg If IfWe Ifw 11w
We w Millers That Jena J Died HerrURe TheLenIa1I The TheKenmmafcm
Kenmmafcm lames Aad M When IIa aeii l They r Had Hadrsiflled JiadFItIIUed hadsIsas
rsiflled sIsas Morris oOntoty tenor MM solo The TheRMuriertion TIleatioa Thefl5wnettIoa
RMuriertion If H R 5 Sheuei i riot rof Chartea CharteaIteyda CIIIrieallaJoda castlesMayda
Iteyda ClIMe ase oroan postlude llaliehijah cboraa cboraafnm dIanIIIQM thermIma
fnm IQM Momfab Handel Ha1The ilsadetThe HandelThe
The solos In the anthems nthea1 will be sus sustained sustalMd suetaitsed ¬
tained by Mrs Eo Hez Swem soprano sopranoMr 8OPraDOMr sopranoMr
Mr Frank H Kramer barytone Mr MrClareaoe MrCre MrCinrenee
Clareaoe oe H Sorrell tenor Master Louis LonltA LouisA LoutA
A Potter P t Jr organist Prof Charles CharlesHaydn Charle8H7 CharlesHaydn
Haydn ft Chase choir director directorThe directorThe dIrectorThe
The Easter zter music to o be rendered on onEaster on onEurr onEastet
Easter Sunday at the 11 and S oclock oclockservice oclockeervtees oclockservices
service by the choir of St Thomas ThomasChurch ThomasCbureh ThomasChurch
Church under the direction of Mr Ed Edmund Edmund Edmune ¬
mund mune A A Varela Va la will be as follows followsU
11 a a at a PreceMfcual hymn Come Ye V Faith KaHhfid JoaitbfI FaithteL
fid fI aoffiran Christ Our Pauorer Dudley DudleyHncfc Dudlfo DudlfoJtaet jedieylinde
Hncfc Gusto Back Te Drew in in B flat flatminor latID Sstmtcw
minor ID H B Shelley JnfaUate JuWJat e in K Sat t B O OKlein Ort 0Klein
= Klein tetitit aolnew As Ai It Began n to Dawn DawnOeonn DaveQesgs
Oeonn C Martin rt Kyrte SUiaer bymu bU8trIfe The TheStrife TheSidle
Strife II Oer O ft Iate Ptletttriaa a1aa oflertGry I Know KnowThat K KnowThat bOW bOWTbat
That My Redeemer LrVeth I1n Llvitb Handel Rsnddht Stnetq Stnetqin sIJdQsJk
in A i Stataer lawn Bread of the World Wordfls WorldHedica
at ateioual
Hedica Oorta in BxceMi Jk oU chant clientiouaJ recce recceeioual
eioual hymn SAt At A t the Lambs High H iIrh Kea F Yost att t We We84ns W W1IiaI WeUton
84ns They BWWAt JIhiIsAt TheyAt
At the S oclock service the music will willbe wtUbe willbe
be belrotaaioul
Irocrwknal hymn The Day of 018nUa8 Hefonection HefonectionStiOtftn flesencctlonSniflese
StiOtftn IVoper Pwlms 1IiI Mantifleat I and 1Id Xirac XiracDhaittii SnneDbaWs unc uncthmlWs
Dhaittii m Ia B K Jolla White hrmn It He U it itKwen iIRillCo iitisen
Kwen Stainer osntery anU aaUtem > em Awake wske Thou ThouThat TheuThat I IThat
That SleepeM F F C Maker receMtonal I hymn hymnHatk hIDDHrk bywnUnt
Hatk Tea Tbomand Voices Sounding J B BDykea BLnkn
Dykea DykeaThe 1 LnknThe kn
The personnel person of tile choir In aa aafollowe aafolloweSopranos follows followsSopranos follows followsSopranos
Sopranos Miss Nina McEWan Mrs Irs B Ie E ECurr E ECUm BCurry
Curr CUm > Misses Ml Marion Marvin Evans EvansMaider EvansMaider EvansMalder
Maider Ewer Pbebe hebe Ross Alberta Rei Reichenback ReichenbRek Retchenbeck
chenback Orlin McCarty Alice Hunt HuntKate HURt HURtte HuntKte
Kate te Whftcomb Gottfriede Gutherz Ade Adelaide Adelaide AdelaMe ¬
laide White W lte Ella Goode Anna Barr Har Harriet Harriet Jiarnet ¬
riet Hifton Mrs Chase contralto contralto Mrs MrsA MrsA MrsA
A L Day Mrs J JB B Church CburehMn Mrs G W WMercer WMercer WMaccar
Mercer Misses Carlotta Veitenheimer VeitenheimerFlorence VeltenhelmerFlorenoo VeltenheimerFlorenoc
Florence Sullivan Caroline Dodson Ella EllaChase EUaChalle L LChase
Chase Florence Adams Dodge tenors tenorsMessrs tenorsMe tenorsMessrs
Messrs Me rs Harry Stevens Stef StevensWillitm 6 Wlllinm WIJ 111 m C Looker LookerR LookerII
R Hanson Han cn Weightmun Vt > lghtmtn Herbert Feather Featherstone FpatherstOnt FeathcrstOnr
stone busses Messrs Viiliam F f > Hoover HooverR HouvetIt
R Lee Coic tu3 w C T Bdt kit C L G Ruedy
Robert Feathentene and Dr G PJehh PJehhaton PTelahaton FJehntoet
a aton toet The Tb solo quartet ia as tetlows tetlowsSoprano tono tonoSoprano
Soprano M Mies Nina McBwan oontralto oontraltoMrs 8lllIaltoMrs
Mrs A L L Day Da tenor Mr Ir Harry Stevens Stevensbass s sbe
bass be Mr William D Hoover librarian librarianMr Jlhnu1anMr
Mr Marshall Gutberx organist Otganl t Mrs MrsHenry MrsHenry
Henry A A Robbins Robbt choirmaster Mr Ed Edround Edmund
round A Varela VarelaThe VarelaThe
The fmmanuel Baptist Church north northeast nortbeaR ¬
east corner Sixteenth street and a Colum Columbia Columbia ¬
bia road road will have a special programme programmeon
on Easter Sunday both morning and andevening andng andsng
evening ng A quartet consisting COMl tln1 of Mrs MrsRuth MraRuth
Ruth Simpson Miss Blanche Blane Yewell Mr MrFrank MrFrank
Frank Snipe and Mr Hal P Hoover will willant wUlsine
sine at the moral mornIng er se vlce The Radl Radlant
ant Morn by WoodwarH and The Mag Magdalen Magdale ¬
dalen dale daleit by Warren Wrr Mrs Simpson will wlUalso willalso willalso
also stag a soprano solo u1o aM nd Miss MissYewell MI MIYeweU
Yewell a contralto solo 010 with violin ob obligato ob oblip ohligate
ligato lip to by Mr Arthur Kynrnn Ny At 7 7p 7p 74 74p
p p m there will be a special service of ofsong ofsoog
song consisting ef quartet who ttiA sing stagCrown singCrown singCrown
Crown Him King by Warren A con contralto co cotralto ¬
tralto solo From Gloom to Glory by
Geibei will be sung ung by Mrs 1 Salome Win Wingate Wlftate Wingate
gate ate Sanders with cello obligate by b bHIM byMi
Miss Mi Florence Weser Mbw M Wescr W will willalso wlUal80 willalso
also ptay a aceUo cello solo during the offer offertory ottertory eltontory
tory Mrs I E Pendleton Dickinson win winbe winbe willbe
be the pianist and Mr Percy S Foster Fosterorganist lo ter terorpn18t
organist and director directorThe directorThe directorThe
The Junior class cla of Miss 1 Helen Hel Glad Gladman Gladman
man gave the fonrth o f < the aeries el elpiano etplilao ofpiano
piano recitals on Tuesday f t UII this le week weekThose weekThose
Those wile took part were tile Misses MlaawKathryn M MI MissesKathryn
Kathryn Rohrer Helen H Stake Lydia LydJaHutoe LydiaHulee
I Hutoe BOa Beckett Helen Monroe Mil Mildred Mildred Xiidred ¬
dred Cornwall Leah Gtadmon ata Leah LeahKnupfer LeahKnupter LochKnupter
Knupter and Masters Albert Hulse How Howard Howard ¬
ard Fellows Fello Raymond CornweJL Willard WillardGatcbel WillardGatcbel WIllardGatcbel
Gatcbel Arthur Cowsttl Raymond RaymondOatchel aymoadGatcbel RaymondGatchel
Oatchel aad Ralph Douden DoudenThe Doud DoudThe
The Metropolitan Presbyterfsn Pr8 ten Church Churchn ChurcbI
n Capitol Hill will render the following followingmusical toll wlne wlnemualcl
I musical programme today todayChriet to totile todayChrist
Christ the tJ Lord b Itfeea Te 1etk1 ay WflMma WflMmacontralto WtOII WtOIIcoetra WSlIisorsuaho
contralto coetra sea > The Komneottsa Shelley UMK IItOur
Our Paefwer Peswer xckiunw Brtatsc ksels Posh the
Laid Meadow soprano ami teaor tr stat leaee leaeeto 1 1tu lseeito
to ThIs Sacred Dwellte I Smith TIlle The Momtec
Kmdha AH U the Shy A w Adsais am baryleae COM sole Bat Batter Huter Baetic ¬
ter Dan Woodman with sidle oeUtato IiUeIt8An eyJUm liu liuAnnelt
Annetto An Annelt Miller Chriet Oar Iae I Pussier > OTer WfflttW WfflttWson WIMa WIMaQuartet WShtnoil
son oil
Quartet Mtes 188 Ada Birch Blreh soprano Mia MtmFrances MiaFraneM MissFrances
Frances Bethune contralto Harry H HCampbell HCampbell 11Campbell
Campbell bass Thomas L 1 Jones tenor tenorand teaorand tenorand
and director dIM JessIe Jo B F Grant Grantorganist Grantorganiat Grantorganist
organist organistThe organiatThe organistThe
The song recital given at the Congres Congressional Congreamonal Congresslonal ¬
sional Library on Thursday T1au ay was a pro pronounced pronounced projnounced ¬
nounced success a the artists art being Mrs MrsWilliam MrsWilliam MrsWilliam
William Keys Key Miller soprano George GeorgeWebber GtIOrgeWeltbet OsorgeWebbet
Webber Vail ptantot and Fritz Chrte Chrtetianl Chrlstlanl
tianl violinist The reading room was wascrowded wascrowded wa wacrowded
crowded to standing room capacity pnelt and andmany andmany andmany
many were turned away Mrs Miller Millersang lUlierang Milletsang
sang with beautifully rounded full tone toneand toneand toneand
and much artistic finish J b Of special spelal in interest Intert Increst ¬
crest was the first public p bllc hearing of two twosongs twoBOngs twesongs
songs composed by Mr Vail and dedi dedicated dlidlcated dadirated ¬
cated to Mrs Miller both of which whichshowed whichbowed I Ishowed
showed remarkable remarkablearUaUc artistic feeling Mr MrVail MrVan MrVail
Vail and Mr Christian both did die admir admirable admirable sdvntrable ¬
able work The programme was as fol follows follows ¬
lows lowsSonata lowsSenata
Sonata Mozart sake Romeo and JaMet JaMetiouaod Jelietkewod
iouaod Adagio and a aftemw Cbrfctiasi fa a I Be Besrie fileetc
etc Cbl b hi TJowe Dai tea Yeas Ufettt B MavMMt
Fifth Ah ADd Var ar ChrMianl CbrhUa l Dete DIIRlSicht Anmt AnmtSicht C Csleet
sleet Du Jilt Wle WI Me ffl BIN Btaae Vail The l1M1Jar ThetMy I ILit
tMy Lit is aided Bartlett BartlettMtas DanletLMia BartlettMiss
Mia Julia Marcher rendered the fol following 101lowlnl following ¬
lowing programme of songs on Satur Saturday Saturday Sailerday ¬
day In the studio of Miss 111 Margaret MargaretVeitch lIarsaretVeitch L LVeitch
Veitch Printwnps quI Commence by bi r
SalntSaens Serenade to Zanetto by ii Y YMassenet
Massenet Maa enet Gute Nacht Franz Until UJlUIYou 1 1You
You Come and Absent by Metealf Metealfand M teat tealtand teatand
and Three Fishers Went Sailing On OnApril OnApril Oi I IApril
April 5 Miss Veitch will be b in Baltimore Baltimorewhere Baltimorewhere Baltimorewhere
where she he will sing at the New Eastern EasternHigh EasternHigh Hasten111gb
High School at a concert in which sev several several novend ¬
eral members of the Peabody Pea bOd faculty facultywill facultywill facult facultwill
will participate participateUikUr participateUnd participateUnder
Under Und r the direction of Joseph Broad Broadhurst Broadhurst Broadhurst
hurst the choir eh lr of the Church of the Ad Advent Adent Advent ¬
vent ent will render the following music mu to to today tod todisy ¬
day d y
dayChritt yChrist
Christ Our PaawTer PaawTerJubilate ita E dat 1 ht Banks
T Te I Drum in F i uanl l hlstd WagMr Bestirs BestirsJubilate
Jubilate and BKeya Elfe Kkry a CoHmmnkm CatlmJ M1 Scrrto IB HIlb A AIbe Alb
Ibe lb onertory will 111 be Why 1ty tkffc k Ye Y the Lifter LifterAmong a
Among the lb Deed by b B B A Clara CtereIn ctueIn Clarain
In the choir will be heard the voices of ofMrs ofMrs o f fMrs
Mrs BoWls Misses Mt es Ford Blanche Small SmallGrace SmallGrace SmallGrace
Grace Sijall Florence Graves Speake SpeskeMcConnell I IMcConnell i IMcConnell
McConnell Holly and noses Messrs MessrsBoddis lIe MessrsHuddle II IIDoddl
Huddle Juneau Bedford and Hellen Tire Tiresoloists Thesoloists Tliisoloists
soloists will be Miss Ford soprano Miss MIaRoese
Rosse e contralto and Mr Edward Juneau Juneaubass TunEIAubaIlS Juneaubase
bass Joseph Broadbent organist and andchoirmaster and andchoJrmutfr ant i ichoirmaster
choirmaster choirmasterAt
At 3t Margarets Church the follow following foUowIng followtag ¬
ing musical programme under the di direction dlrr dirc ¬
rection rr lon of Mr A G Eldrldge will be begi becI Is 0 0gFen
gi gFen en today todayrroeeadoual todsyProceeaioual todayProceiuloseal
rroeeadoual byrne hi ran Wetame Weipeme7 l JlalJi Hapa XrernfflB XrernfflBPMtet
SuIUnD CIutIt Olr 1M ltaeerr SellMtt stock I
Peeler IM I 2 S Ill OkaJa laW MeadriMteia MeedeteedeTa lefId lefIdTe
TB Dew festal feati l Duet Unbilate feMlMi feMlMiStewart duelStewart
Stewart introit antbeat aD N Obrist Uw theLoft Lord It ItHiwn IIIUeotn I IItlars
Hiwn Today Wibqa W eQa Kytift Knl JUunder Gloria GloriaTibi GloriaTlbi GloetTilt
Tilt Iaxton hymn BIBIB The Strife i Is Oer 0 Paktrtaa Pare Paretrina Pak Pakethea
trtaa offertory offeftor aathem a NIl Hosiima Iraaltr of offertorj 01ftrtorr atfertoi
fertorj fertoi sentence Doxoleej Dox 5 SaHCtBt Camidge CamidgeA ClI ClIAcuul CarnidgoAgnis
A Acuul nu Pd ci Olltiert mClfk J1 M in EieeW freeBie oW oWchant oideM ol I Ichest
chant eM Nane N Dimtttta Sai Stalect a cr rtenBldail hym hJ C CilL
111 Towa TowaThe TauraThe TawaThe
The choir is composed of Sopranos SopranosMisses SopranosMissea SopranosMisses
Misses Edna Doe Harriet Elsom Alice AliceM AlicelI Alto AltoM
M Ball Julia Elliott Myra Davis Mrs MrsJuliet 11 11Juliet MrsJuliet
Juliet Webb Wf > bb Misses A C Poole Ethel EthelWirner EthelWlmor EthicWimer
Wirner Madeline Mtid lIoe Davis M 1 1 L White WhiteMary WhiteMary
Mary Shirk hirk Nellie F lStodstrd Stod Stoddard ard Howson IlowsonMrs j
Mrs C W V Clagett Misses Branson Bar B r I II IIMra
0 0Dr
Dr James C Fernald erun is continuing his hisadmirable hisadmlnLble hisadmirable
admirable Instructive lectures on Bngllsh BnbUsh Bog
llsh literature of which lectures two twoseries twoseries
series are given one on Wednesday W dn day night nightand nightand nightand
and the other on Thursday afternoon at
448 oclock the ° The be lectures are a well at attended attended ¬
tended as they deserve de erve to be beThe beThe
The lecture of thlsweeK was devoted deyottdto deyottdtoa to toa
a consideration of Sir Walter Scott and andCharles nd ndCharlN
Charles Dickens Of the former Dr Far FflrRlfl Filr FilrlJ
lJ zsald Rlfl Ja said 811JdIt saidIt saidit
It seems like ilkea a fairy tale that Waver Waverley Waverlay
lay was written in four weeks Guy Man Mannerlng Mannering Manstoring
storing in six weeks The Antiquary The TheBlack TheBlack
Black Dwarf and Old Mortality ell writ written wrttten ¬
ten In one year besides other important importantlabors importantIbors
labors Still more amazing Is it that thatafter thatattr
after his health began to fall in 1S17 his hiswriting hIswriting
writing went on without check cJti Ck In that thatyear
year he completed Rob Roy and within withinsix vltitln81x
six months The Tb Heart of aiWIothlan aiWIothlanwhich 1oIWlothlQnwhich
which is I generally esteemed his greatest greatestwork greatestwork
work The Bride of Lammermoor1 was wascomposed WUIIcompo
composed d in two weefe w wesl being dictated dictatedamid dktatodamkl
amid suffering so great that often the theauthor theauthor
author could not suppress 8 erie critH of agony agonyTo agonyTo
To this same me period d belongs the thrilling thrillingand QtrUUnffanet
and WIdely popular prose epic of Ivanhoe IvanhoeThat lYltnhoeThat
That writing with such feverish haate haatewch hiultelUCk
lUCk < almost aimo t flerce Intensity the author authorshould authorshould authorshould
should be able to keep such Just t propor proportion proportlOft ¬
tion of scene and Incident men con consistency n nItIItenc ¬
sistency ItIItenc of character of the various per personages personages ¬
sonages in each story that he should so aocompletely socompletel
completely avoid repetition petltJoINI In > the same samotale 8IUltOtall
tale or duplications of parts of one M Manother hanolller hianother
another that he should be able to sus sustain sustain ¬
tain the Coders der expectancy and yet con conatantly OORItanUy eonatantly
atantly spring crises of action cdon and hid incident Jnot4t hiddent ¬
dent upon him with pleasing or thrilling thrillingsurprise tIIIUt thtdftftsgatirprlse r rIUrprlM
surprise that he shoUld have the aklll aklllto skntw skillto
to weave in abundant humor Or or even evencomedy n n00IIIed
comedy 00IIIed without losing Jo iftg graver rntferest rarest or orserious orserloUli
serious purpose PUlpalleue these tMpg make on onwho OM OMwho Onewho
who knows anything anthi of be Tb the art of com composiOoi oempoilu
posiOoi tbcc fairly falrl hold his breath breathwttk with ad tdmlring adJRIr1 admiring
miring JRIr1 wonder wonderHi wonderHiI wonderH
Hi HiI H pictures pictur of scenery are ar so vivid vividand vividaM
and picturesque his h1 repre representations ntatlOlUI of efancien ofncJen
ancien personages per sad cuatonw MO real realand rendsilO
and tM natural that we seem to JIve amid amtdthe amid1M imid imidthe
the scenes and 8 nd in the period described describedSuch derlbedSuoJ
Such work could onlf onl have been so swift swiftIjr swlftI swiftly
Ijr I done don by one who w bo had a tenacity of ofmemory orIMmory oteMory
memory eMory like Xacaula Macaulay to retain without withouteffort withoutdort withoutffort
effort e every fact or iir Impression prfssion ever com commilted commltttd cornmuted
milted to it but one who was wa a keen ob observer obrvtor oherver ¬
server s rvtor of men tracing tracln with instant read readiness readInHS readncas ¬
iness I ncas all variation of feeling ft > and motive motiveby motiveby motivey
by b y one on who hud learned by constant con converse converst conerse
verse v erse with persons of iharacter and abil ability abilIty ablity ¬
ity > ty to trust his own wn instantaneous judg judgment judgment judgeut ¬
ment m eut anti utterance on the most Impor Important Important Impornset
t tant political social and personal 1tIOI1a1 themes themesby themesby themesy
by b y one who hud at the same time a abean a aearty
hearty bean h earty and genuine enui love and understand understanding ulld ulldIng ¬
ing l ag of the common people their toils and andhopes andbopes I Iopes
hopes h opes their joys and sorrows by one onewhose 0ft8whose onewhose
whose reasoning realOnl was w so sound whose mformation tnformtion m hiormation
formation f so extensive whose whoe feelings so sotrue C Crue
true t rue whose character so noble and gen genuine genuine genlne ¬
uine u lne that he did not need to gird him himself hlmHtt himelf ¬
self s sn elf to any an strange unwonted exertion exertionnor exertionnor exertionor
nor n or to act a pan part when he came to write writebut writebut writeut
but b ut simply to t let himself hlma lf go in his hi Imag Iniagary
inary m ary world world sure that what he might JDishtton mighion mightton
ton t on altos Mesdames W T Reed A A A ABlair ABlair ABlair
Blair R W Moore Miss II Edith Spoftord Spoftordtenors Spoltordenors ordtenor
tenors t Mr Joseph L 1 Battee Dr H R R
Elliott Mr r W T Reed Mr X X Le Boy
Gough lasso W A A Hopkins A H l lGibe
Giles GII Robert Boggis F M Ball Ball Frank FrankHowson FrankHoSOI1 FrsahHonion
Howson and W R R Carter CarterThe CuterThe CerterTb
The Tb programme of Easter ss < music at Cal Calvary Calvar Calary ¬
vary var v ary Baptist Church will be as follows followstfcsew followI fellowstsss
> tsss tfcsew I Am aile He H That UteuY Kaig K Sfcrnt
Ye y Itish It Hearens HI Chadwkk II 1 H nil a Rfeea RfeeaOettMl
OettMl I tenor vile iriU wi 11 will ohttaito The IIieIIwe1117 TheHwewlr C Cissesiy
Hwewlr h VWon v TtsN horde sidle ioHn sib A4 A AXn Ade e eX
X Xn art Breaftw Aathema OCIIri Chriet Boaw I n Babe hwl hwlBern I Its
Bern ft I ts the Pad Ibeen Why ItJ Se Seelt Ve 1 the Ur Urmcr 1Jrr Lietsr
mcr tsr r Peel Me xa of Salter Bhaekley rtooa rtooaSon ttDUa8dIaa I IToierte
Toierte Son SonChoir 8dIaa 8dIaaChoIrMln menn mennChoirMIss
Choir ChoIrMln Miss Ethel Holtzclaw soprano sopranoMIT sopranoMrr
MIT Ralph P Barnard alto Mr Will WillIan WIDIan Willas
Ian l as D McFarland tenor Mr J Henry
Kaiser baas Mr Arthur D Mayo or organist orpnl organist ¬
ganist pnl t and director assisted tedby by Mr Will William WIUlam Willam ¬
lam l am Morse Rumtnel violinist violinistThe vloUniatThe violInistThe
The musical programme for Easter Ea ter at atthe atthe ai aihe
the t tf he Westminster Church Memorial is Iefollow as asfollows se seellows
follows followsAsthem f ellowsAthssisUoaiiena
Asthem AthssisUoaiiena HoiMina Grantor TeB Me 11 W Vsete he
He II i Uea ba Miles vn Barter Tide lkIeIua Mane liars Sets aeeaeI iIIat iIIatI
I Know K That My I Kedeemer Urvth Mk I Eke Afleon AfleonJUner I I4Ifrc
JUner 4Ifrc Holy City Adams I MMM JUtUe Me
Unraii Bedempthm rdftsJlt lImits CIkalUI Mr Bbmer oer Jwuer JwuerU J Js Jssperts
U It Kegaa to Dews Da CHaIIIeI1 Hasten Mr Poraer PoraerAt 11 11Douldeoo PseAt
Douldeoo DouldeooAt
At the Church of the Epiphany Epl the fol following following following ¬
lowing programme mme of music will be ren rendered rendend rcadered ¬
dered by bytht the parish choir at U a a m In to today toda today ¬
day da
ProoeuionaJ bran Come C Ve 1 Faithful Bale e
the u Strain 9oUi 8uUlnn n proper anthem CMet Oar Os I
Iajeorer Dodkjr Back T To Demn D in B iato tot
Schneeker bncker Jubflatr in V SchulhHr fW Sdeilhts llr iatfott iatfottanthrm bat batautbnll letelisetbea
anthrm Awake Thou That Meepnt Maker MakerUlcria MakerOkria
Ulcria Tibi 8Uiner hall lb The Strtfe to toOer iIOn itOer
Oer the Battle Door I alatrim > offertorr otr otrthem an anthem enthem
them them Awake lip Mr Glory Haroby SeneUM SeneUMbUiner 811 811aHaiDer Seuscblamer
blamer mmmonion hymn Hread ct of the th Waist UfeHm WwIa
m Ia I n Men Mercy ettY Brakeo kell Hodgre Gloria te isold BnaMs BnaMsold
old chant reccHiuMl I hymn At 1 the Lochs life II IIe III
Featt 15 e We W Bine SeigAt EJtej EJtejAt Em EmAt
At the evening service 8 p p m the themusic themUJllc themusic
music will be as follows followsIVoceMtoMl followsI followsl4oceieissiil
IVoceMtoMl I l4oceieissiil hymn The n Day De W 1 Rea n nTow Iteseereedea Re leB
Tow Imher Proper Pmbs MaeaWkat Teens TowiXuae TeensNuse
Xuae Dhnittk Dill TOBI T hews He II Is fine HbenXoaader fines
Xoaader X s offertory anthem 8hIc Mr Uae Uai fled OodToner fledTedor
Toner 1 neeaeional o1Ial hymn Ha 11 k Km la Thewaad
Voieea rote SeaadiBf SosadlegThe Drkes DrkesThe D DThe
The choir is mad made up as follows Seta Seloiats SetaIsta Soloate
ate l Miss Lillian Halley Hallt soprano Miss MissRosalie MissROIMUe MissRosalie
Rosalie Hoiberg contralto Mr Otto OttoLuebkert OttoLuebkert OttoLuebkert
Luebkert barytone Chorus ChorusMisses ChorusMissesCbambertln ChorusMissesChamberlin Misses MissesChamberttn
Chamberttn English Gertach Goldsbo Goldsborough Goldsborough Goldaborough
rough Hennen Muyett Johnston n Lamer LamerLindsay LamerLindsay LamerLindsay
Lindsay McKee Marean Mueller Saf SaffoW Saffold Satfold
fold Smedes Taylor Thyson Towles TowlesMrs TowlecMrs
Mrs J T W Anderson Mrs John Lloyd LloydMrs LI LloydMrs Yd YdMra
Mrs W B Patterson Messrs R l P Cur Currie Currie CuriSis
rie H J Daly F Dawson B Ewers BwersA EwersA
A A W Gash H P Hoover < C B Lati Latimer Latimen
men merT J Lloyd C C K Ie Morrison R S Pier Pierson Pierson Pierfl
son son fl B L L Springer J G Trayler Or Organist Organlat Organhst ¬
ganist Otis D Swett assistant choir choirmaster choirmuter ¬ 1 1muter
muter James G Traylor choirmaster choirmasterEdmund cmolrIHllster1 oboirtunsterEdmund
Edmund A Varela VareteThe VarelaThe VarelaThe
The Church of the New Jerusalem will willgive wUlgive willgive
give the following programme at this thismornings thismornlng1I thismOrntngs
mornings service serviceIsintt nervleehusk I
husk kyma Jew 7 U Risen SaMtas tl
led ChrtH Onr ar I Pseeai owr V JT Suipiart
Penedtetne n aOeM ODelrl > t Slag WIth VHb All n the Sons SonsSf I
et f Glory Beethotmi oAttorj anthem aBUt Sow ov li
cadet Rfota m caeackLelRhMr caeackLelRhMrNight ooLakhe ooLakheNight
Night service serviceMaejriacat 1lelY1eeyltlldlcat serviceMesaiSert
Maejriacat Bankv 0 Seas and DtBjhten 1
Let t l Pa Stag ChtM CIa is I R Hk MB frees e the Dead nu
C AVhHneyOee Wbkaertbeoha JI 00eMW ta The Strife 544e e b Oer Pales PltsThe Palerquartet
Waa WaaThe
The quartet is composed of Miss MIgsMat MIgsMattie Mat Mattie Mattie
tie Gibson soprano Mrs Florence B BHumphrey BHumph BHumphrey
Humphrey Humph alto alt Mr F Sillers tenor t nor and andMr andMr
Mr William M Shnster base SS 0 1 1 di director dlector dieet ¬
rector eet Miss Maud Bewail wall organist organistThe organlstThe organistfollowing
The following musical programme progr mme has
been arranged for to Easter at Grace GraceChurch GceChurcb Gyace GyaceChurch
Church Ninth and D streets southwest southwestU
U a M11 wlsooriiincI I crHMntl Wdosrae Happy Morn Mornrug Iom
rug lug anthem TObrirt Qbr4it Oar riwam PalM BobBling Sab8ll t
Te Deem ia D Parser Fa JabBate Qrte OftHhn OftHhnilltmL tJeer4ankDtdL rbn rbnintroit
introit awOwn a5te Awake Ak Up Mr y IBJory Baraby
Communion genrfee in O Morley offertory an anthem anthci ¬
them 1 Know K That My Redeeaer R Lima u from fromthe erllmthe frsrntin
the MessIah cueg iu tnc b by > Mrs In nut PuttTE recMtioBal recMtioBalIJ8 L LP
IJ8 p P m oPSoceiotal Pnxnuicnal pmlter Gregorian M 3lag 3lagnidosi s sB
B nidosi o lr and Nwic Oimittia Kiag rnii1 rnii1I Hal aa aattem anthan
ttem than I AM He H That Lheth LketlaBfmper Sleeper hymn hyimioffertory bJ1l1n hymneatitocy
offertory anthem Rewnextt w meg s by Mn Mrslie IlSM UFo UFoSopranos
lie GouhUnc benedIction hymn n neeMtesal ewnetlenalSopranos t e eSopranos
Sopranos and altos Uoallr Mrs Patt Mrs MrsGoulding MrsGoulding MrsGoulding
Goulding Mrs Ir Young Misses Choeoldlne ChoeoldlneKetchen CheseldlneKetchen CheseldineKetchen
Ketchen Belote lntt Wilson Floyd Harri Harrlman Harriman Harriman
man Ne Newbam ham Painter tenors and andbassos andbassos andbaseo
bassos Messrs Martin Pettit Dyes De Mor Morris Morria Morne ¬
ris ria ne Burroughs Mercier erder and Taggart TaggartThe TaggartThe TaggsrtThe
The Baste nnwlcftl nru lcnl programme a St StPauls StPauls StPauls
Pauls Protestant Episcopal Church Rock RockCreek RoekCrefK RockCreek
Creek parish is as follows followslr
lr 1 eskosi Ir finiii cathy Welcome oaae Hippy Mora Moraing Ifornieg fom fomill
ing ill idliijrr idI lgrr m U A flat aDtbcBi ChriS Ch t O Our OurliUu Oartasitr r
la liUu > cr is 1 Samficcd cnfcd f flOr < r r I Bock Buck In Cj C UJeri UItrJ UItrJltatd Ulenictatit
Iatii ltatd irauMBt m E flat 111 Batne namelII In V u
1 think t and say was was what whatugh aught tebe tebethought t8 he hethought hehought
thought t and Mid Id and a what true hearts heartseverywhere Jeertav earte earteverywhere
ta everywhere e te v rywheft would sympathize afm tb with and andapprove andapprove nndpprove
approve a as 8 they have ever done doneHe loaIeHe donoH
He H was a s Tory in politics and a Ca Cavalier cavnUer O Oalier ¬
valier v alier in sympathies S and aevoted to the tteeexiled thexiled thexiled
exiled e Stuart probably because UM o ot Uw Uwpoetic Utepoetic ti tipoetic
poetic and romantic fase fucnatton Mtton of the theoldsn thootden theIdn
oldsn o Idn time more than for an other rea reason reaon ea eaBon ¬
son s on He baa been felt to be unfair te 0 the theCovenanters th thCovenanters thisovenanlers
Covenanters C ovenanlers and the Puritans PurUa whom hi heprobably hiprob hirobably
probably prob p bly did not understand But he WAS WASnot wasnot WASot
not n ot unfair as Butler was in H1IiI Hudtbrae He Hegives liegives Heives
gives g ives those oldtime Dissenters the credit creditof creditof creditf
of o f course determination and boniest honattthough JaonIWtU1OUgh boniestthough
though as he beHevee misguided mtagutd sln slnoerlty slnNNJty sinarlty
oerlty u but he could not easily I Jorgive Jorgivethem tor orglvethem iwe iwethem
them for being go o queer and making the theking thekIng theing
king k ing and the aristocracy so much Ru b trouble troubleOf trOQbIeOt troubleOf
Of his novels neve aa a class cl It must be besaid beseld hOaid
said s aid that eritics find lapses hi his syn syntax ayntax syaax ¬
t tax ax and precipitation and Iraprobtbtllties IraprobtbtlltiesIn
In i n his plots pl ta Yet the style t1e ia so flowing flowingand owtDgand flowingnd
and a nd charming that w we gU4t gild unconscious unconsciously uaeonllCiouaIy ¬
j ly l y over Iu faults till the critic halt halts us usand WIand usnd
and a nd insists Jn that we w iJpoU our interest and andbrand ladbrand andrand
brand b bb rand the iii error rrcr These Tit things could not notbut notbut notut
but b ut be b so The style is that of a learned learnedand learnedand learnednd
and a nd cultured gentleman writing often oft n aa aahe asie
he l ie might talk with unstudied ens ease car carIng carIng carng
Ing I ng only to convey his moaning effective effectively effectiveIy
ly l y anSI pleasingly Rushing haste gave gavehim p gaveim ve vehIm
him h im no time to revise The wonder i ithat 18 18thfu 1hat
that t hat the style tyie is so beautiful often so sonear iIOr soear
near n ear r perfection perfection For bill hi plots be cared caredonly caredonly caredlii
only c lii ag 8 the means of exhibiting his char characters charaeten charcteew ¬
acters a cteew aad Interesting the reader der in them themas thelnAS thornas
AS as be be never falls to do One 0 reads with withi withab withbsorbIng
i sbsorblng ab a Intensity of Interest to the end endIt en4It endt
It I t Is only after att r the tale is finished and andtk andte and4e
tk te 1 book laid down when the enchant enchantmnt enchantmatlt enchantiafit
mnt matlt n iafit Is over and the mind has leisure ure to totant totur touna
tant tur t una back with cool reminiscence that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the improbabilities are stumbled upon uponThe uponThe uponThe
The game sa may be said of Shakespeares Shakespearesplays ShakeapeareItIars Shakespeareslays
plays p lays where the plots an Often ftn the thin thinnest tblnnut thinnest ¬
nest and the anaehrontems thetnoet the moat stu stupendous stupendotis tu tupendous ¬
pendous as when Hector sends out the thechallenge thechalleng thechallenge
challenge of a medieval knighterrant knighterrantduring knbterraDt4urtnc knighterrant4urhsg
during the siege of Troy But neither neitherwe neitherthe neitherhe
we the t he dramatist dralDat nor the novelist wrote fo fotne foUte fohe
ta Ute t he critics ertt Both captured the human humaiaudience bumaraudlenee humanudience
audience a for whom they did write Scotl Scotlcreated Sootlcr ScotiCrestod
created cr the historical novel and in that thatline tbatI thatine
line I of authorship autltorebl still holds boI the place placeof placeof placeof
of solitary preeminence preeminenceScott pteemIIW1lceSecKt proeminenceScott
Scott is always wholesome His best bestcharacters beateharacte18 boatharacters
characters c are good with a not imposst ImptJAtbJe Impousii
ble h i goodness but with enough of human humanfault humanfault humanfault
fault or foible to make us u feel sympathy sympathyand aympathyaDd sympathyand
and kinship with them His H villains villal are areevil eraevil
evil with n viciousness II that is not 1Jhw 1JhwIQIi tihurng ilwr
ing I ng We rise ri from the reading of one of ofbfe ofbi ofbl
bfe bl stories with a feeling of the possible possiblegrandeur pouIblegrandeur possiblegrandeur
grandeur nobility nob Jt7 and beauty of f life lifethe lifetheteeJinc lifethefeelIng the thefeeling
feeling that Longfellow LoD5f now utUr uttereoJ < i In verse versewhen vel8ewhen versewhen
when he wrote tqroteLire rote roteLion
Lire of all gnat patw men remind as citie
We w may Mat 1Mb oar ttm MhlmM MhlmMScott 11IIII 11IIIIsott iebIhaiStott
Scott i III said not to be realistic be because becaU5e because ¬
cause he always suggests the ideal that thathovers t athovers thathovers
hovers above the commonplace For those thosewho thosewho thosewho
who believe beliei Ie that high purpose is as real realas realall
as 5 low intent virtue vtrt as real as vice truth truthas trutha truthas
as substantial as a a falsehood loyalty loYaltypaWM as asgenuine asgenuine
genuine a as treachery and courage CO kind kindness klndIMti8II kIndtess ¬
ness IMti8II i t tenderness and generosity not more moreflimsy moreftlJnay moreBimsy
flimsy or unnatural u utUJ1 than cowarlice hard budor hardnoes hardness ¬
ness of heart brutality and HI slftshn ieldshnow ieldshnowScott lhD lhDSooU s sSoott
Scott is real In a hljrhtrue sense se though thoughbelonging thouahHioact thoughbelonging
belonging c technically to the romantic romanticrather romanticrathn romanticrather
rather than the realistic school schoolThe schoolThe schooLThe
The lecture Iff tun on Wednesday Wedneada y night by Dr DrPernald DrFernald DrFernaid
Pernald at the Y M C A will be de devoted de devoted dovoted ¬
voted to a discussion dillc of Burke and Web Webster Webater Webstar ¬
i star those representatives IePftl of the best of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the English oratory oratoryneeher oratoryIa oratorySrtaither
Srtaither neeher m Ia F Te Penn Calkin in O Ulet Jatk Jatkhtt tl tlnIden
let Bidden nIden in I U fattrofe anthem allt ssth ail U I the theDay tIiear theDay
Day Hold HoIdttI Meldee in F ooKrV Krie Kir aotlinn 0 in D DOterU Dwv BOiola
OterU Ttti Paine I m a G I hymn 19 AUtlm AUtlmAlleluia AlicimaUtsaMi a aA1IIIuJa
Alleluia Heart and Votaa V Xearemraitf xftIIWIIdOJaria Bates MaiaeGloria BatesOhra
Gloria Pttri J Pain MoUea m F FAe oshftory vteri aathem aathemAa ilth ilthi
Aa i U Mesan n to t Dawn n Fbrter Ph at II X Sat of oftertory cileitaiy 1
tertory rm rMponer rmes Fiats > CM from Whom AB ABBtnirtns AU8b D 1 1JII
Btnirtns 8b lion 8ejKtna Woodward enI w III C Set fcthyma t1Id Sethya
hyma = 3 And 1Id Now 0 Father Mindful ol 01IAN the thelore thelore
lore That Bought IU U Uloria ia Kxcehta ct ctDel oh ohcheat oi oicheat
cheat Acaat A Del Woodward W in A Sat SatlII re rermiliaal reeewl
rmiliaal hmaa IK lII l Aafkh 4ate MIl the Koek Away AwayCbelsMho wa waCb j
Choir Cb lrKiIIII Miss Ancetta B B Fisher soprano ispranoMrs I IMrs
Mrs Etannora a Burgess alto Mr Fred Frederic Fre4erte Frederie ¬
eric Mb SsIbeM tenor Mr George F D Dnoillnss DoUI5 t tRolIislgL
noillnss bass Mr James W Cheney or organist organist ¬
ganist san and choirmaster choirmasterThe cbolrmaetrThe choirmasterThe
The choir of the New York Avenue Free Presbyterian Prel1Jrteria Freebyterlan ¬
byterian Church Mrs W H IJ ShirCliff ShirCliffMiss SblrClUfMia ShirCliffMiss
Miss PauUne Whitaker Mr W C Mills Millsand MUI MUIaDd Millsnd
and nd Mr A A J Hudson on with Mr J Porter PorterLawrence PorterLawrence PorteaLawrence
Lawrence organist will give a tine must musical mualcal mustcsl ¬
cal programme today todayAt todoAt todayAt
At 11 oclock mass today at St Aloyalus AloystusChurch AloyalusChureb AloyalusChurch
Church the music will be as follows followsVkU folio folioVIcII followsViol
Viol Aquam Introit Oftertorlum O ertorlurn Post PostCommunion PoetCommuntoa PostCommunion
Communion Gregorian style The mass masswill maIIwill
will be Missa K Solennelle by Edmund EdmundToser EdmundTOHr EdmundToner maseI I
Toner and will be It its first rendition nditlon in inWashington InWaablncton IcWashington
Washington The offertory Hoaannabby Hosannahby Hosannah Hosannahby
by Graaier for tenor solo soprano and andtenor aDdteRor I Iteesor
tenor duet quartet and chorus After Aftermega AlterH r rnisee
mega H Unfold Ye Portals by Gounod GounodMomtignor GounodtOAldgnor GounedMosedgnor
Momtignor DIomede Falconio the papal papaldelegate papilldelegate i idelegate
delegate will preside at this mesa ma At Atvespers AtTNpen Alvespers
vespers Chants and Magnificat ftlnlat < Gre Gregorian Gregorln Gregortari ¬
gorian hymn Regina R lina Coell by Bene Benedict Benedict Bonediet ¬
dict 0 Salutaria by Marzo and hTiIJ hTiIJtwn Tan Tantum Tanturn
turn Ergo by Gounod
Va Value lueof of UncleS Uncle Sams fnsBiri Birds BirdsBY s sI
Fraulein von on Unschuld court pianist pianistto
to the Queen of Roumania and presi president president president ¬
dent dent of Ut the Washington University or orMusic ntMusic oPMusic
Music and Dramatic Art was engaged engagedby engagedb engagedby
by b her patrons to render five recitals recitalswith recltalwith recitalswith
with some of her pupils in New York YorkThe YorkThe YorkThe
The recitals were given at the resi residences residenlea restdenceg ¬
dences of Mrs Charles Hoffman Mrs MrsAustin MrsAUIUn MrsAuen
Austin Flint Mrs Samuel Thorne Mrs MrsMitchell airsMitchell MrsMtIcheht
Mitchell Mitchell Clark and Mrs tG < G Schlapp
The TheY general 1 ignorance Ignorance of 0 o our r people paopteabout 1JIJIeabout peopleabout
about the birds of the United UnlteeJStatefJ States has hasoften hasoCt8ft MSoften
often caused grave disaster among the thecrops tlteCIOJtII thecrops
crops and has lost to the agricultural ele element el elDt elm ¬
ment Dt m tt of the tIt country many millions or ordollars of ofdollars f fdollars
dollars a year Whole colonies coIeRI of birds birdsare birdsare rda rdaare
are waatenly vlllton destroyed by boybonten boybontennot bo bobuulsrsisot 1aUDten 1aUDtenla
not la t bee bec because KM ttar Art r same birds but be because be beoa because ¬
oa cause they the offer ffer bright targets for new newsun new8U newguns
sun 8U guns MiUleps ot f others are killed by byirate byIrate byirate
irate farmers tarmerwho who are firmly convinced oonvlneedthat convlneedthat convincedthat
that every time tI a crow a blackbird a ahawk 11hawk ahawk
hawk or p an owl is seln 7ain that he has hasdone 1I8sdone hasdone
done a gjwat t sentoe to his poultryrard poultryrardand
and his crop crops This alarming Ignorance Ignoranceaad 19aeraneaDd Ignoranceslid >
aDd unnecessary slaughter of its feather feathered feathered featherml ¬
ed citizens led the United States govern government government governmeat ¬
ment to make an investigation 11IestJ atlon Mess Measures Ileuurea Messores ¬
urea were taken to summon each gay or ordullcoated ordullOQated ordullcoated
dullcoated suspect before the bar of jus justice JueUce ua uatics ¬
tics and give him a fair trial trialMen triallen trialMen
Men with field glasses and other para paraphernalia JMlrapherna1la porephernalta ¬
phernalia of the naturalist went all over overthe overthe overthe
the country and proceeded to study bird birdFor birds birdsFor birdsFor
For long hours they lay in the fields and andmeadows andmeadows andmeadows
meadows and watched watol the birds come and andgo andgo
go 0 They watched what they liked best bestto bMtto beetto
to eat whether it wag marketable grain grainor grainor grainor
or the weed weedseed Hjed that would prove injuri injurious hlJurlous Injurtous ¬
ous to the field next season NO if allowed to togrow togrow togrow
grow whether it was some helpful in insect Ibect Insect ¬
sect or ahall animal or some one that thateach tbateadl thateat
each eat + year was 8a able to destroy deetro whole wholecrops wholecrops JaoIe JaoIecrops
j crops They killed man 1llAR > birds and IU sent sentthe sentLIce t tlbe
the crops cro back to the head labora laboratory laboratory laborstory ¬
tory in Washington a hlngtoa where over 77886 77886have 17 17have 77have
have been examined and the contents contentsthoroughly co coeetsattethoroughly tentath
j thoroughly th rouply analyzed analy A great balance balancesheet balancesheft balanceshoOt
sheet te kept for each bird and when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the contents of his crop have been beenanalysed beenanalyUd beenanalyZed
analyZed and aentered entered under various beads beadsthe beu beuthe headsthe
the sheet heet if e footed up and shows in care carefully carefully carefully ¬
fully proved figures PIres whether he Is a good goodand geodand goodand
and helpful citizen or one whose exist existence exilJtence existenee ¬
ence bad beat end endIf endIf endIf
If there be anything antbtn a farmer hates it itto Ita ItIs
to an owl or a hawk Occasionally Oceae onaU be hehas behu behas
has seen chickens and It small barnyard barnyardfowls ba78rdtowl barnyardfowls
fowls carried away In their cruel cruef claws dawsand clawsand claWsand
and b be figures Agu out that sooner or bite biteauch later lateraucb latOtsuch
such depredations s will drive him into intobankruptcy Intobanlmtptcy Intobankruptcy
bankruptcy Yet if a certain eert4 Kansas KAI18a8tarm KAI18a8tarmer farm farmer farmer ¬
er had h had a good subtly of owls andhawkei and andhawk andhawD
hawk hawkei a few years 7 ago 110 he could have havesaved baveft havesaved
saved ft his fld UMM orchard d which h was de destroyed de detro dostroged ¬
stroyed tro by field mice these being the thechoicest thecbokJeH thechoicest
choicest raorsete on which they feed The Thegovernment TIelJOenuneat Thegoieriiment
government summoned RUftO ed UK these offenders ottend be before lie liefore before ¬
fore th bar of Justice tIee and collected evi evidence evidence evidonor ¬
dence for f and against them It was wasfound wasfoUlad wasfound
found that aa long as the animals and andinsects JHlIn cadInsects
insects In cu which are enemies of man can be besecured beseeured besecured
secured that the hawk k and the owl feed feedon feedon feedon
on these by b preference that barnyard barnyarddepredations balJlantdepredatlona barnyarddepiedstloeia
depredations come only 1 when the th wild wildsupply wiNnpp
supply npp II b Inadequate which is t rare ra and andthat aadthat sailthat L
that the hawk and d the owl are compie compiementary tOIIIpIemeatary cojiepiemastery
mastery to each ell other the one hunting huntingby hUDtlngby huntingby
by day the other by night nightThe I lgbtThe nightThe
The court divided these offenders fat intfour fatfour
four dunes the wholly wboll beneficial the thechiefly thechtefty I
chiefly beneficial b the Lb ones in which the thebeneficial thebeneftclal theC C
beneficial and harmful qualities about aboutbalanced OQtbalanced L
balanced balanced and the harmful species To Tothe Tothe 1k 1kthe I
the astonishment of the farmer the pre preponderance pritponderance proponderance ¬
ponderance of evidence ia In favor of the theowl theowl theowl
owl and the haWk instead of against againstthem t ttbem
them and in the wholly beneficial eIalm eIalmare elanare class classare I
are the ones he has hc been at war against agametfor t tfor L Lfor
for generations generatIonsthe the roughlegged hawk hawkthe hawkthe hawkthe
the squirrel hawk and the four kites that thatare thatare L
are indigenous t 1 this country All the theowls theowbi theowls C
owls are found to be in the chiefly hose beneficial 1HIaeftclaI hosenciai ¬
ficial claw except the horned owl and andMe aJKIhit I
Me hl good points are equally balanced by byhis It1hi bj bjhi r
his hi bad ones The majority of eagles are arein areIn are I IIn
in the same class cla1th with the horned owl owlwhile owlwhile
while six members of ott tne t hawk ha k family familyare fllm117are famU famUare r
are condemned conde the Cooper hawk being beingsecond bel ag agaeeond heistonly
second only to the EnSU English sparrow in inpoint I Ipoint Ii I Ipoint
point of destructivenese destructiveneseTnat deatructiYenasThat
That noisy braggart and freebooter the thebluejay thebluejay the theblueJay S
bluejay was summoned fur trial The Thegreat
great 8 naturalist Audubon himself 1 mselt had hadgiven hadstven 1
given this loquacious coxcomb a a bad I
Mis Miss von on Unschuld Unechuldwho who has been Ire frequently fre frelUently I Iquently ¬
quently engaged during the season has hasbecome hasbecome ho s sbecame
become qute qutea a favorite in the musical musicalcircles muslealclrcl must ii iicircles
circles clrcl of New York society She was washighly we wehighly
highly congratulated upon her pupils pupilswork pupilswork S Swork
work and they were given great on oncouragement orcoiuagement j jcouragement
couragement and an enthusiastic ap appreciation appreciation a ¬
preciation The pupils participating at atthe otthe c ut
the recitals were Kobprta Antics Ethel EthelFisher EthelFI Ethe EtheFisher 1
Fisher FI her Mildred Kolb Katharine Me MeNeal Ie IeN l lNeal
Neal N at land nd Martha Urness
name name seed geaeral sentim seffliment tit t bed always alwaysbeen alwayah alwaysbeen
been h en against bin Iii In tne South the tb ne negroes negroes atgroes ¬
groes will m tail y Y04i ti that he has always alwaysboea alwayboe alwaysbeen
been in Jeagns with tn the devil and tnt tntthe tatthe tIShtthe
the reason 150 you can < ne DeteP et r firtu one on onFriday onPrJday OnPridsy
Friday is betause that is th the day d on onwhich HIWhleb fleewhielt
which each ch jaybird goes down to t e the thenetherworld t tnJtltwoc1d bs bsnetherwocid
netherworld nJtltwoc1d to take his master tiie ltf trib tribute trtbute triblife ¬
ute of a grain of sand Pd Although 11 seli selimont II IIment iM iMraent
mont and nd superstition auper were both IfJaHlAt IfJaHlAtfm eegatstthim ga > tst tsthim
him fm th the government baa cleared him himand him himand himand
and 11 Itaa a given him a fairly tlrl clean Mil Milef hillIt billof
ef health It was w found fou teat the inserts insertsha irSE irSEhe maplehe
he ate were the destructive truet1e kind that he heate Mate heate
ate wild nuts In preference e to grain a n and andthat Dd Ddthat ndthat
that his few vices are heavily overbal overbalanced Qverbalanced overbalanced ¬
anced by his virtues virtuesThe virtueThe virtuesThe
The sparrow family was than haled into intocourt IratGcourt intocourt
court The Immigrant English sparrow was wascondemned wascOndemlYd wascondemned
condemned cOndemlYd While he Is 1 the best means meansof J1eIUWof meansof
of destroying the dandelion darnkUoDlIlao also an im importation taportaUOftbe teeportatiesiles ¬
portation portaUOftbe be destroy destroyJ more grain rain than he hesaves MVeli hesaves
saves Veli It was ao at proved against Int him tiimthat himthat 1dmthat
that he drives drlv away a other birds that are aremore aremore aremore
more desirable than ban Mmeeif ell His nine nineAmerican nineAmerican runs runsAmerican
American cousins colIIIl were acquitted and andcomplimented andcompllm8ftted andcomplilnateted
complimented file The hs amount of weedseed weedseedthey weedseedthey l lthe
they the destroyed de tn ed annually sews millions of ofdollars ofdoIlan ofdollars
dollars to the country Ragweed pig pigweed plcweed pigweed ¬
weed weed Mudweed crab crabgrass grass panicgrass panicgrassand panJcKraand pastegrassand
and pigeongrass all furnish seeds that thatare t hat ltatare hatare
are choice cbo morsels to these busy little littlefellows latlltfellows Iretlefo1Iws
fellows and EO strong Is the action of oftheir oftheir oftheir
their stomachs that t an unbroken rag ragweed raawiled ragweeI ¬
weed seed IB rarely found From ten to tfI topet
39 per cent of their food Od la intrcta h t and andmade andmade andmade
made up of pests They are an excellent excellentarray excelltntarmy tctJI nt ntanny
array for checking cb < klns locusts loe but do riot riottake nottake riottake
take kindly kllNll to hairy caterpillars cattrpn rs ADd to tobacco toMeeo tobocco ¬
bacco worms wormsDr wormsDr wormsDc
Dr F E L 1 l Deal assistant ornitholo ornithologist ornithologist ornithologist ¬
gist of the Biological Survey Surve figuring OH OHa ORa ona
a most conservative con built estimates tlmatlt that thatthe tnatthe thatthe
the treesparrows in Iowa destroy roy 1750MO 1750MOtons 1iJflMtOR ioonto
tons to of weedseed a year ear This only on onl I al allows allows allows >
lows a fourth of an ounce of seed daily dailyto daUyto dailyto
to each sparrow sqrrow Estimating < from ibis ibisbaste lb lbIHuiIs thisheals
baste on a general field eld erop of S2000oou 2000OeIO0 2000OeIO0the 0000011 0000011the J0 J0tb
tb the sparrows can be counted on saving savingthe a savingthe 1 1the
the nation JaIIIIeoo ja ISIOSI 0 W a year yearThe earThe yearThe
The little country boy planting < corn cornlas H Hhas Wflbaa
has las a way wa of dropping several grains ralns ii iieach In Ineach Ineach
each hill hilt singing stningshe stng as he does It One for forthe torthe forthe
the blackbird one fqjr f the crow two for forthe lortbe forthe
the cut worms and one to grow This Thiswas Thisw Thiswas
was considered of sufficient weight tobe tobea to toa
a Warrant for the arrest of the crow and andthe aDdthe aridthe
the blackbird To the world in general generalthe genomalthe generalthe
the crow has ever been known know as a tale taleand tb thief thiefawil t talld
and coward He was accused of pulling pullingup pullinsup pullingup
up corn of eafng ea Jg fruit and eggs and of ofplaying ofplacng ofplaydeg
playing marauder nuder on the homes of other otherJtrds otherbirds otherbirds
birds All these were proved against him libuwit himbut 1dmbut
but wit evidence was also introduced to show showthat ah ahUlat showthat
that he ate cutworms cutwor who destroyed destroyedmore destroyedm destroyedmore
more m re corn than h hi did did that he made mademany mademall mademany
many mall meals d CC grasshoppers alone and andthat andtllat atutwild
that wild fruits were as good as tame tamefruits ta1118tratta tensefruits
fruits in bit opinion So the spirit of ofjustice ofJuetlee ofinetice
justice declares the crow a more helpful helpfulthan helptulthan helpfulthan
than harmful fellow The redwinged redwingedblackbird redwlnpclblackbird redwingedtoo
blackbird too came out with a fairly fairlygood 1a1r1y808d fairlygood
good record though tbou h he had been found foundguHty foundgDltty foundguilty
guilty of riceeating in some sections sectionsHis 6eCti 6eCtiHits sectisesBig
His brother the bobolink or riceMrd riceMrddid riceWrddid nicebirddid
did not get 1 off so easily for that sweet sweetvoiced s sweetvoiced t tvoiced
voiced rogue was caught ca tight redhaqded with witha witha
a quantity of rice hidden in his person personaad personand personand
and it was proved that the racegrowers racegrowersrose racegrowersio racegrowers2esLo
io rose J2 2esLo 0eeO a year on his account accountThe accountThe accountThe
The buzzard and the seagull have al always alway aleejoyed ¬
ways enjoyed joyed a certain Immunity from fromdeath from fromdeath frontdeath
death at t the hands of the men and boys boysof bo boof boaof
of the country oountr The amount of scavenger scavengerduty JlCAveaprdub scavengerduL
duty duL they the do is I enormous enormous and there is a atacit atadt atacit
tacit understanding the country over that thatthey thattbey thatthey
they should be unmolested ted Georgia has hasearned buearned leanearae
earned earae for herself the t tM rajher n inelegant inelegantname InelegantmU1e inelegantthe
name ef e the Buzzard State because becauseof becU88o becauseoC
of o a law on her statute books protecting protectingbuzzards proteotJabltards proteotingbuzzards
buzzards On O the seacoast and especially especiallyin
in the Golden Gate Ga te of California the thegulls tbogulls thegulls
gulls are an invaluable aid to the health healthdepartments healthdepertMeftU healthdepertnsent
departments removing as they do do all allrefuse anret1t allrefuse
refuse e and all dead da fish fishWhen ftabWben SaltWhin
When the bollweevil crossed ed the th line linefrom Jloefrom lInefrom
from Mexico and came up into Texas Ttxa to tofeed toteed tofeed
feed OR the cotton there the Inited States Statesgovernment Stiteagovernment Statesgovernment
government Immediately Immedla tely appealed to the thebirdkingdom thebirdkingdom thebIrdkingdom
birdkingdom for aid 1 1 It did not build buildaltars buildaltars buildaItar
altars aItar to the birds blr M the Syrians Syrianato used usedto usedto
to nor hail them as lords of the air airas airas airas
as did the Greeks or foretell the fate of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the crepe by the way in which whl h they flew flewIt dewIt flewIt
It simply offered them bollweevils to eat eatand ealand eatand
and wondered how many they would like likea
a day The Carolina wren the tomtit the thetitlark thetltlark thetitiark
titlark the phoebe the Florida and West Western Western Westem ¬
ern em meadow larks lark the redwing redwln black blackbird blackbird blackbird ¬
bird the savanna and ansi whitethroated whitethroatedsparrows whitethroatedsparroWli whitethroctedsparrows
sparrows the killdectr the thrasher and andthe aDdthe andthe
the bobwhite responded re JlODdeci and attacked the theenemy theenemy theenemy
enemy with varying degrees of efficiency efficiencyThe emteJlCYThe emcleyThe
The biological blologf al survey qjges II every cver preset poasible ible presetble
ble way w of bird protection throughout throughoutthe
the Southern cotton States as a means of ofexterminating otexterminating ofexterminating
exterminating the weevIL weevlLThe weevILThe weevilThe
The ouekoo has been catalogued as the thechampion thechampion theechampion
champion exterminator extermln tor of the fuzzy cat caterpillar caterpillar eterpihlar ¬
erpillar The kingbird is I a great atfty atftycatcher fly flycatcher flycatcher
catcher The cat bird is accounted accountedgreat a agreat agreat
great cherry thief but he has to his hiscredit hlacredit hiscredit
credit the fact that he eats 1000 wcrms wcrmsfor WGrmsfor wcrmsfor
for eanh cherry Our winged citizens eat eatenormously eatenormously eatenormously
enormously feeding all I during durtn their theirIng work working wrktog ¬
ing hours a robin ro being able to makeaway make makeaway noah noahaway
away with WO eeJrthworms a day the thechickadee til tilchickadee thechickadee
chickadee 7900 canker worms while whilegrosbeak III IIISTosbeak a agrosbeek
grosbeak can easily sO consume a quart of ofbugs ofbugs ofbugs
bugs The rosebreasted grosbeak rosbeak makes makesa
a specialty speel Jt of Killing the Colorado potato potatobug potatobug potatobug
bug The bobwhiif > the cowbird the thecardinal thecardln In Incardinal
cardinal cardln J the purple finch the dove the thegold tiI tiIgold thegold
gold flack noh the swallow the flicker the thecedar thecedar thecedar
cedar bird and nd the lit catbird all have haveproved haveprayed haveproyed
proved that their helpfulness hlpfuln i8 s far in inexcess InexC6 Inexcesa
excess of their wasteful habits habitsSoil habltaSoli habitsSoil
Soil culture Is an aEi eternal warfare warfareagainst warfareagaInst arfare arfareagainst
against weeds and tin Jns ndectg et and waen waenbirds 1oenbirds when whenbirds
birds are killed the farmer f r is left at the themercy tbemere themercy
mercy mere of his enemies The best invest investment Innwtnwtnt Investmeat ¬
meat any farmer or city cIt dweller with wit II a alittle alittle alittle
little land can make mak for himself hilb lr is to tobuild tobuild tobuild
build bird boxes on his premises Swal S110W8 Swallows Swsilows ¬
lows are very ry easily persuaded to come om It ifmud Itmud itmud
mud is put near for them to build with withBoxes withBoxes itb itbBoxes
Boxes for martins should be on top of f a apole apole apole
pole twelve or fifteen feet high boxes box for forwrens forwren forwrens
wrens wren should have an afto opening only an aninch anInch aninch
inch In diameter to keep out sparrows sparrowsand sparrowsand sparrowsand
and they should be put pu in a place mac inaccessible Inaeceslble maccetalbie ¬
cessible to cats Boxes Box for ble birds birdsshould birshould birdsshould
should be located with equal ctre rt and not nothave notlsave nothave
have an opening more > than an inch and andbalf a ahalf a ahalf
half In diameter A A pair of blue birds blrd or orwrens orwrens orwrens
wrens will destroy d 6trG untold thousands of ofinsects ofInsecta ofinseCts
insects In a season many of which lucy tlteycapture tlycapture lucycapture
capture around the edges of wells and andalong IUldaion andth
along aion tlA t th crevices in brick walks The Thelittle Tilelittle 1helittle
little songsters are not only ODl n delight dfJj ht hut hutare hutare hutare
are really a great protection to the htata htataof hthof ht th thof
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