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IHONOR HONOR ST STIALOYSIUS STIALOYSIUSJesuit ALOYSIDJesuit ALOYSIUS ALOYSIUSJesuit
Jesuit Fathers Celebrate CelebratFeast Celebratelfeast CelebrateFeast <
Feast of Patron PatronSERMON PatronSERMON PatronSE1UION
SERMON BY REV T G SMYTH SMYTHRev SMYTHRcT SMYTRRev
Rev TlionuiH Becker nn Alnninnn I of ofGonznen ofGonzagn ofGonznga
Gonznen Celebrates the Mass MnllllRc MnllllRcceptlon alnaeflcception Re Reception ¬
ception of New Jlemiierii Into the theSt tbeSt theSt
St John Bcrcltniaus Society Soclet Takes Takesthe Takellthe Takesthe
the Place of f Vesper Ve c3per ller Services t tFollowing I IFollowing IFollowing
Following their usual custom cUlltom the Jesuit JesuitOthers Jesuitthers Jesuitthers
Others thers of St SLAloyslus Aloysius Church cele celebrated celebrAted celebrated ¬
brated tho feast fe st of their patron St StAloysius St StAloslus StAloysius
Aloysius of Gonzaga with a t solemn high highmass highmnss highmass
mass yesterday morning mornln Earlier the thealtar thealtar thealtar
altar boys had received re Glved holy communion communionIn
In a body bod In honor of the model of ofpurity ofpurity ofpurjty
purity whom theY they have 1av been taught to toemulate toemulate toemulate
emulate and look upon as an example of ofyouthful ofyouthful ofyouthful
youthful platy plotyThe platyThe pietyThe
The high Roman altar of the edifice edificepresented edlncDpresented edificepresented
presented an Easter Day appearance yes yesterday y yterda1 yesterday ¬
terday with Its bowers of late spring springofferings sprIngofferings springofferings
offerings and Its myriads of candles Not Notwithstanding Notwithstanding ot otUhstandIng ¬
withstanding the extreme hoot an Im Immense Immense hamertse ¬
mense congregation attended tho services servicesall senlcesall servicesall
all tho pews pe s being filled fill d and a number of ofdevout ofdevout f fdevout
devout worshipers being compelled to tostand tostand tostand
stand In tho rear The choir under the thedirection tbedirection thedirection
direction of Prof Stephen J Kubel ren rendered rendered rendered ¬
dered Emillo Pizzis Mass to St StAloyalus St StAloysIus StAloyslus
AloysIus while Gounods Laudate was wassung wassung wa wasung
sung by a quartet at the tb offertory offertoryIlev offertoryRev offertoryRev
Rev Thomas Decker the Celebrant CclebrnntRev CelebrnntRev CelebrantRev
Rev Thomas Becker an alumnus of ofGonxaga ofGonzaga ofGonsaga
Gonxaga and former professor of rhetoric rhetoricat rhetorIcat rhetoricat
at Fordharrt College New ew York was wastbe wastbe wasthe
tbe celebrant of tho mass which was wassolemnized wassolemnized wassolemnized
solemnized with a a large number of otloall otloallclergy localclergy local localclergy
clergy seated within the sanctuary rail railFather railFather railFather
Father Becker will probably sail at an anearly anearly anearly
early date for the Philippines to assume assumecharge asumeoharge assumecharge
charge of a a mission In those Islands so sothat 50that sothat
that the mass said yesterday was proba probably probably probabl3r ¬
bly his last In this city Rev Aloysius AloysiusBrosnan AloyslusBrosnan AloysiusBrosnan
Brosnan S J of Georgetown University Universitywas Unhersltywas Universitywas
was tho aubdeacon and Rev Eugene Mc McDonnell McDonnell lc lcDonnell ¬
Donnell of St St Aloysius the subdaacon subdaaconMembers subd8flconMembers subdeaconMembers
Members of the congregation acted as asacolytes asacoltes asacolytes
acolytes and altar boys while Rev RovPhilip Ho HoPhilip RevPhilip
Philip Debold was the master of cere ceremonies ceremonies coremonies ¬
monies moniesTho moniesTho moniesThe
Tho sermon was lS preached by b Rev RevThomas RevThomas RevThomas
Thomas G Smyth assistant pastor of ofSt llfSt ofSt
St St Stephens Church who bo delivered a apanegyric apanegyric apanegsric
panegyric On n the life of 0 St Aloysius from fromtho fromthe fromthe
the same pulpit on a similar occasion two twoyears toyeArG twoyears
years ago Father Smyth has been for formany formany formany
many years a close student of the life lifeand 11feand lifeand
and works of the patron of purity purlt He Hefirst 11efirst lIefirst
first related a brief history of the times UmeaIn timesIn Umesin
In which St St Aloysius was born dwelling dwellingon
on the difficulty difficult that all Christians ex experienced eCperlonced experlonced ¬
perlonced in practicing their religion and andon andon antion
on the numerous Inducements that were wereoffered wereotrered wereoffered
offered for a sacrifice of It ItEarly Il13QJI it itJ3lnrly
Early 13QJI Life Pictured PicturedThe PlcturelThe PictureilThe
The early earl life of 0 the saint dnt was then thenpictured thenpictured thenpictured
pictured pictured and a recital of the Inspirations Inspirationswhich InspirAtionswhich inspirationswhich
which led him to embrace tb the stern sterner sternerrituals sternerrituals r rrituals
rituals of the Catholic Church Orthls Orthlslife OnhlsUfe OiDhtslife
life as a youth outh the preacher spoke with withgroat withgreat withgroat
groat knowledge and gave Incident after afterIncident afterIncident afterincident
Incident Illustrating the strength of char character charaoter charaoter ¬
aoter and selfdenial of the saint In Inconcluding Inconcluding Inconcluding
concluding ho placed St Aloysius before beforethe beforethe beforethe
the congregation as a model and ad admonished admonIshed admonished ¬
monished them to strive mightily to live liveup Iheup liveup
up to his Ideals IdealsInstead Id idealsInstead nIs nIsInstead
Instead of the usual vesper services a asolemn Iisolemn asolemn
solemn reception of new ne members into intothe Jntothe Intothe
the St St John Berchmans Society Soclet wa waheld waheld was washeld
held About fifty fiU applicants were re received oecched recelved ¬
ceived Into the society with the usual cer ceremonies ceremonies cotemonies ¬
emonies while Rev Augustus J Duarte DuarteS
S J vice president of the College of St StIgnatius StIgnatius Stignatlus
Ignatius Loyola In Baltimore delivered deliveredthe dellerodthe deliveredthe
the sermon sermonCARDINAL sermonOARDmAL sermonCARDINAL
CARDINAL AT ST DOMINICS DOMINICSAdministers DOMINIOSdmlnbters D0MflICStdministers
Administers Confirmation to Large IjirpreIVamber LargeXumber Largeumber
IVamber umber of Pcrxoiu PcrxoiuConfirmation lerollJConfirmation lersonsConfirmation
Confirmation was as administered to 176 176persons 176persons 175persons
persons at St at Dominics Church yester yesterday yesterday ester esterday ¬
day morning by his eminence Cardinal CardinalGibbons CardinalGibbons CardinalGibbons
Gibbons at the conclusion of a solemn solemnhigh solemnhigh solemnhigh
high mass sun sung by the pastor of the thechurch thechurch thechurch
church Rev Re James B Hlnch The TheFathers TheFathers TheFathers
Fathers of the Dominican House of ofStudies ofBtudle ofStudies
Studies Btudle at Brookland assisted at the cere ceremonies ceremonies coremonies ¬
monies and remained rcml ned at the church for fordinner fordinner fordinner
dinner as the guest of the pastor pastorAlthough pastorAlthough pastorAlthough
Although the majority of those who re received reo reocched received ¬
ceived the sacrament were children a asurprisingly asurprisinsl asurprisingly
surprisingly large number numb r of adults gnth gnthcrcd gnthered gathered
ered at t the altar rail among whom were werea werea werea
a number of converts to the faith faithThe faithTho faithThe
The c sermon rmon was as preached by the car cardinal cardinal cardinal ¬
dinal and was a brief brle discourse on the thegospel thegospel thegoapelof
gospel goapelof of the day and an explanation of oftho oftho ofthe
tho meaning of the sacrament of con confirmation confirmatlon confirmation ¬
firmation lie told the children that they theyhad the thehad theyhad
had now become members of the church churchmilitant churchmilitant churchmilitant
militant and were expected to bear them themselves themselves themselves ¬
selves during life as soldiers who bad re received re recelvcx1 recelved ¬
ceived their commissions from tho Lord LordThe LordTho LordThe
The cardinal remained at St St Dominics Dominicsuntil DominicsunUl Dominicsuntil
until late in the afternoon when he re returned returned returned ¬
turned to Baltimore BaltimoreMRS BaltlmorMRS BaltimoreIRS
MRS IRS SUSAN SCHEEINEB DIES DIESFuneral DIESFuncrn1 DIESFuneral
Funeral Services Will ViII DC Held at atForest otForest atForest
Forest Forest Glen Today TodaySirs Todo Todorrs TodayMrs
Sirs rrs Susan Schrelner widow of o Henry HenryJ H nry nryJ
J Schxelner Schr lner and mother of Maj Her Hermann Hermann Hermann ¬
mann Schrejner Schrener U S A died at the theborne thebome theborne
borne of her son In Forest Glen yester yesterday yesterday Ster Sterday ¬
day Sbe had been 111 for some time and andher andher andher
her death was expected cxp ted She came to tothis tothis tothis
this locality 10caUt In 1S19 and was In her hereightythird herclghtrthlrd hereightythird
eightythird year 3earThree yearThree renrThree
Three children Hermann Helen and andEdmund anlEdmund andEdmund
Edmund survive her Sho was a mem member membel member ¬
ber of the Author uther Memorial Church The Thefuneral Thefuneral Thefuneral
funeral services will bo held In Forest ForestGlen ForestGlen ForestGlen
Glen today at 6 p m while the Inter Interment Interment intermeat ¬
ment will be Tuesday at Frederick Md MdOFFICERS MdOFF MdOPPCEItS
OFFICERS OFF CERS ORDERED TO RIDE RIDEPresidents RIDEPresidents BIDEPresidents
Presidents Ideas Regarding Horse Horsemannhlp Horllemnnllhlp Horsesnanship
mannhlp Being Carried Out OntPresident OutPresident OutPresident
President Roosevelts letter to Secretary SecretaryTaft SecretaryTaft SecretaryTaft
Taft In which tho President took occa occasion occasion occasion ¬
sion to say that some of tho field officers officersof officersof officersof
of the army could not rldo horseback as aswell aswell aswell
well as they the should has resulted In the theflrst thefirst thefirst
first order being issued from a depart department department departmont ¬
ment headquarters in which the Presi Presidents Prosldnt8 Presidents ¬
dents suggestion was heeded heededBrig heededBrlC heededBrig
Brig Gen E S Godfrey G dfre of tho De Departmeot Department Dcpartnieot
partmeot of the Missouri recently Issued Issuedan Issuedan issuedan
an order providing that post command commanders ¬
ers should require field officers of the thelino theUna theline
line to participate in all practice marches marchesencampments marchesencampments marchesencampments
encampments and field exercises of the thoorganizations theorganIzationS theorganizatIonS
organizations with which they are serv serving servolng servlag ¬
lag and all absences from theso exercises exercisesmust exercisesmust exercisesmust
must be accounted for by b an explanation explanationColored explanationColored explanationColored
Colored Baptists Plan Barhecnel BarhecnelMaJ Dnrbecue DnrbecueMaj BarbecneMnj
MaJ Richard Sylvester superintend superintendent ¬
ent of police will address local colored coloredBaptists coloredBaptists coloredBaptists
Baptists Thursday July JUl 25 at Green GreenWillow GrenI GrenTlllow GreenWillow
Willow Tlllow Park Anacostla on the occa occasion occasian occasion ¬
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sion of a barbecue and rally to be given givenfor g givenfor ven venfor
for the benefit of the United Church Churchfund Churchfund Churchfund
fund This fund for which various en entertainments entertalnments entertainments ¬
tertainments and lectures have been given givendurjng givenduring givenduring
during the winter has reached 6500 and andgreat andgreat andgreat
great efforts are being made to obtain obtainthe obtainthe obtainthe
the necessary JIOOOO 10000 Fully 2000 tickets ticketsfor ticketsI ticketsfor
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final limit July Jul 10 1907 account Young
Peoples Missionary Movement MovementI
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thank thankful Cui for the opportunity to partici participate partklpa partielpate ¬
pa pateRev pate pateRev te teR8
Rev Charles C Pierce chaplain U S SA SA Sconducted
A conducted ooad ted the services upon an im improvised 1mprovJeed lieprovised ¬
provised altar white camp stools too served servedas
as pews for the gathered multitude A Alarge AJarge Alarge
large vested choir led by b a detachment detachmentof
of the Marine rIAO Band furnished the music musicMingled mUll musioMingled I IMIngled
Mingled with the songs were the shrill shrillnotes abrUlnotes shrillnotes
notes of the birds bird in the th tree tr tops topsTtye topsT1e topsTije
Ttye sermon dwelt on the constant con tant fight flghtof fightof fightof
of mans two natures the worldly and andthe andthe sadthe
the spiritual It is an unceasing warfare warfarea rfare rfarea
a strife never wholly whoU won for In each eachman eachman eachman
man there is i good and evil Some have havefewer havefewer havefewer
fewer temptations than others but those thosewith thoieIth thosewith
with Ith the moot temptations are the ones oneswho onewho oneswho
who grow Into the strongest characters characterseven characterseen characterseven
even though at times they the fall fallDr railDr fallDr
Dr Pierce gave several veral Instances of ofdeeply otdeep ofdeeply
deep deeply religious men being beiagimable Enable nable to re resist re resiBt tosist ¬
sist temptations The TI e spirit plnt was there therebut th therebut re rebut
but the flesh at times overpowered them themHe themHe themHe
He pointed out that mans man s reward in inthe Inthe Inthe
the end would be greater because of er errors errors errots ¬
rors committed and deeply repented than thanhad thanhad thanhad
had there been no temptation and no fall fallAfter railAfter fallAfter
After the close of the service t the gath gathering gatherlng gathering ¬
ering adjourned but the greater portion portionfollowed portionfollowed portionfollowed
followed with bowed heads the choir as asthe asthe asthe
the members wended ended their way ty t the thesanctuary theNDctuary thesanctuary
sanctuary during the recessional recessionalThe rece recessionalThe slonal slonalTh
The Th services will b be conducted e ndtuted regularly regularlywhen rgularl rgularlwhen regularlywhen
when the weather permits permitsAYKES prn1ltsAYRES permitsAYRES
AYRES CASE HANGING FIRE FIREFtc FmEJatc FIREPate
Ftc of Lieutenant Colqncl Still it itDC to toD toB
DC D Decided DecidedThe DecldtdThe DecidedThe
The case of Lieut Col Charles O Oyroe GAyro 0Ayros
Ayro yroe Fourteenth Fourt Fourtenth nth Cavalry who was as di diected directed dlrected
rected by the War Department to kee keeIs keep keephis keephis
his Is wife from rom the military reservation a aWest at atWest atWtst
West Point because of her troubles wit witeveral with withseeral withseveral
several ofllpors officers there Is still hanging fire fireCol fireCol fireCol
Col Ayrts A > 1ts reply rapl to the departments department1nquiry ciepartmentsInqull1 departmentsInquiry
Inquiry concerning certain publtsheiitatementa published publishedetatementa publishedstatements
statements attributed to him was re reeived ro rocelvM received
eived several veral days ago but owing to thi thiLbsence the thoabsence theabsence
absence from rom Washington Wa hlngton of Secretary SecretarjTaft Secret SecretaryTaft ry ryTaft
Taft nothing was done in the matter matterActing matterActing matterActing
Acting Secretary Oliver decided that in hvismuch inalSmu Inasmuch
ismuch alSmu h as Secretary Taft had taken th thnatter the tbematter thematter <
matter in hand originally he Gen Oliver Oliverrould Ollerwould Oliverwould
would not dispose of it but would turn it itiver Itocr Itover
ocr to Secretary Taft upon his return returnThe returnThe returnThe
The Secretary got back to Washington WashingtonSaturday WashIngtonSatlJrda WashingtonSaturday
Saturday night but owing to the press ol oljther orother ofother
other urgent matters which bad accumu accumulated accumulated accumulated ¬
lated during his absence ne has not had hadImo ha hatime badtime
time to consider the Ayres affair He Heeft Heleft Heleft
left eft Washington again last night to go goo goto goto
to o New cw Haven to attend the meeting of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Yale Corporation and will not return returntntll returnunUl returnuntil
until the later part of this week Whether Whetheris Whetherhe Whetherhe
he is will dispose of the case before he heoos hegoea hegoes
goes oos to Murray Murra Bay on his vacation vacationvill vaca vacationwill on onwill
will vill depend largely upon the amount amoun o oime of oftime oftime
time at his disposal It is probable how howiver however bowever
ever iver that he will 111 not take it up until untilifter untilafter
after he goes to Canada CanadaThe Cm CanadaThe da daThe
The general feeling In army circles circlestoward circlestoward circlestoward
toward Col Ayres Is not tho beat and the theresent thepresent thepresent
present resent matter Is one which Is not pleas pleasint pleasant pleasant
ant int for the department to handle handleNEW handleNEW handlelEW
NEW DEVICES FOR SAFETY SAFETYloTcrnracnt SAFETYGovcrnment SAFETYGovernment
Government Installs Recent Inven Inventlons Ineo110n Inrenlions
lions 110n on Its Transports TrnnsportoSeveral TrnnllportrrSeveral TransportsSeveral
Several additional devices for the safet safetf safety safetyof
of f the passengers pa < sengers and members of tho thorows thocrews thecrews
crews of the transports of the govern governicnt goernment governmont
mont icnt have been decided upon by Quar Quarermaster Quarterma Quarte
terma te ermaster raster ter General Humphrey and the thepork thework thework
work of equipping the th different boats boatsrlth boatswith boatswith
with rlth the systems will begin in the near nearfuture nearfuturo nearfuture
future futureThe futuroTbe futureThe
The first of Importance Is known as the theutdmatlc theautomatic theautomatic
automatic device for lowering lifeboats lifeboatst
ot t sea Eighty of these machines have haveieen havebeen havebeen
been ieen ordered by b the War Department Departmentjid Departmentnnd
and jid will be attached to all of the trans transtorts transports transports
ports torts now In the service of Uncle Sam SamTests SamTests SamTests
Tests Tests have shown that lifeboats holding holdingrom
from rom thirty to fortyseven tortY een people can be beowered belowered belowered
lowered by the automatic device to the thovater thewater thewater
water by four men In a minutes time timeWith timeWith timeWith
With the ordinary means at hand hnn 1 It Itusually Itusunlly Itusually
usually takes fiom ten to fifteen minutes minuteso
to o get the th lifeboats Into the water ater and andequlres andrequires andrequires
requires nearly as many men menThe menThe menThe
The submarine telephone Is also to be beUtached beattached beattached
attached to the transport service This Is Istractlcally Ispractically ispractically
practically a new Jnventlon entlon and makes It ItlOBsible Itposlqle itpossible
possible lOBsible for the officers of the ship at atiea alsea atsea
sea iea to locate other vessels as well as asmoys nsbuoys asbuoys
buoys moys C c at distances varying from fromen fromten fromten
ten en to fifteen miles
TELL OF OFTOKYO TOKYO TBLSW TRIP TRIPs
SW s W v Woodward and JBSle JBSleman JBSIcman J B Sle Sleman
man Talk at atY YM Y MCA MCATREATED MCATREATED a A AHEATED
TREATED WELL IN JAP JAPspeakers JAPAN JAPANI JAPANSpenlerll JAPANSpeaIct
I
Spenlerll speakers Tell of Intere interest tf Doth Re ReliRloiin R R1I Religlous
liRloiin 1I IulI and Financial of Subjects SnbJcctHof SubJcctof
of the 3Iikndo In Advancing Work WorkFlrxt WorkFirst ork orkFlrHt
First Mccfliie Ieelln of Kind Ever Held HeldIn HeldIt
1 In Orient Seculnr or Otherwise OtherwiseMlwlonary OthcrIKeIIIIonary Othertlsesqesionary
Mlwlonary work on the part of the Y YI yI YM
M I I C A A in China Japan and Korea was wash wasthe wasthe
the h topic of an Interesting talk given by b bSo
So 5 5 W Woodward Woodward president of the Y VC M MJ MC
C J A at the association building yester yeaterlay yesterday yesterday
day afternoon before an assembly as embty of olnen ofmen ofmen
men which completely filled the lobby of ofh ottM ofthe
tM h association building Mr lr Woodward Woodwardind Woodwardand Woodwardand
and ind John B Skman Jt have recently re reurned roturned returned
turned from the Orient whore they were weren worotn werein
tn n attendance at the conference of the theVorHs theWorlds theWorlds
Worlds Student Christian Federation Federationeld Federationheld Federationheld
held eld at Tokyo Prior to the beginning of olhe ofthe ofth
the th he afternoons ttrnoons programme the secretary secretarya
In a charge of the meeting meeting Invited the men menresent incapresent eR eRpresent
present resent to take your coats off and andm make makeourselves keyourselves makeyourselves
yourselves ourselves comfortable Comfort will be IKhe bethe bethe
the he feature of o our summer summer services servicesJulte servicesQuite servicesQuite
Quite a number availed themselves of the therter theorrer theoffer
offer rter following tho example of tho seers secretary 8QCretar seerstary ¬
tary tar who conducted the th singing In shirt shirtsleeves shirtsleees shirtsleeves
sleeves sleeesMr sleevesMr sleevesMr
Mr Woodward In leading up to his sub subject subJect subSect ¬
ject said that the Y M 3 C A movement movementIs
Is tho most Important In tho Japanese em empire em empire empita ¬
pire today that not only the best news newspapers newspapers newspapers ¬
papers but also statesmen of all political politicalpersuasion poUticRIpersuasion politicalpersuasion
persuasion look upon the movement with withfavor withtaor withfavor
favor The speaker stated that this con conference conference conferenco ¬
ference was the first International gather gathering gatherIng gatherlug ¬
ing of secular or religious societies ever everheld eerheld everheld
held In the East which was regarded as aemost asmost asmost
most significant by all persons of Impor Importance Importance importance ¬
tance and influence in the East EastInterest EastInterellt EastInterest
Interest In Juiumn PapersWe Papers l PapereWe nperll nperllWo
We received extraordinary attention attentionon
on the part of the Japanese newspapers newspaperscontinued newsPAperscontinued newspaperscontinued
continued Mr 11 Woodward ono paper In Inparticular Inparticular inparticular
particular publishing tho proceedings o othe ot otthe ofthe
the conference almost verbatim bringing bringingtha bringingthe bringingthe
the work of the conference to the knowl knowledge knowledge knowledge ¬
edge of the thewhile whole Japanese people peop e To Teshow Toshow Toshow
show how much the Japanese people peoplethink P peoplethink ople oplethink
think of our work It is only onl necessary necessaryto nec8fHU nec8fHUto
to say sa that Marquis Ito the Japanese Japaneseagent JePAn JePAn8S0nt Japaneseagent
agent In Korea Koreadonated donated WCW yen toward towardtho towardthe towardthe
the work The members of the confer conference conCerence conferonce ¬
ence were entertained by the leadlniJapanoee leading leadlncJapanOH leadingJapanese
Japanese statesmen and by bankers am ambuciness and andbU8iaese andbusiness
business mon who realize that the work wortaccomplished workaccompU workaccomplished
accompU accomplished hed by b tbe Y M L C C A A is for foithe forthe forthe
the benefit of the country as well as UK UKpeople tbepeople
people peopleThe peopleThe 0 0The
The city clt of Tokyo as an education educationcenter educational educationaleentei educationalcenter
center was also discussed by b Mr Wood Woodward Woodward Woodward ¬
ward who said that we had no Men ki faro faromany ho homany howmany
many schools there are In Tokyo and andbow andbow andbow
bow unusually unu uaUy large Is the attendance al althese at attheM atthese
these schools some of them numbering numberings
a 8K many as 7000 pupils lie said overj overjyoung overy overyoung oeryyoung
young man Is anxious to learn Western Westerncivilization Westerncivilization estern esternch1IhaUoa
civilization and that there are not enoug enougyoung enough enoughToung enoughyoung
young men In China today todR to fill UM UMpositions tHIpoaUou thepositions
positions which that government has t toffer to toolter tooffer <
offer them Mr Ir Woodward stated that thaithere thatthere thatthere
there are from rom 16000 to l 15000 o Chinese stu studentK studentg students
dents In Tokyo who are learning leamln the Eng Bngllsh Eng11M EngIsIt
llsh language which was one of the con condltlons condltlons conditions
dltlons necessary for an aspirant for of offlee ofee oflice
flee to b 1HI successful successfulSlcmnii successulSIemftJl successfulSlemnos
Slcmnii Also bo Speaks SpeaksJohn SpenkJohn SpeaksJohn
John B B Sleman jr was as Introduced at atthe aa aathe asthe
the next speaker on tho mme subject subjectMr wbjtctfr subjectMr
Mr fr Sleman said in part The gathering gatheringof gatheringof
of representative Christian Chr1 tJan student lead leaders liMIders leaders ¬
ers of twontytflvo twonty tlve nations na on for five days it itTokyo In InTokO inTokyo
Tokyo marked a new epoch In the pro promotion promotion promotion
motion of Christian Chr > t1an work In nonChrlatlai nonChristianlands nonChrlatlailands Chrlatlan Chrlatlanlands
lands It is only thirtyfive thirU ve years e rs ago agtsince agosince agosince
since the edicts offering a reward re ard foi foithe for forthe forthe
the arrest of Christians were poete poeteall ported poetedan portedall <
all over the empire In that short time timecomplete timecomplete timecomplete
complete religious toleration has been en se secured secured secured
cured and Japan welcomed warmly wannl th thfirst the thefirllt theflrst <
first worlds gathering of any sort re religious religious rehiglous ¬
ligious or secular ever held in the Orient Orientand Orientand Orientand
and congratulated herself on the fact tha thait that thatIt thatit
it was a gathering which sough tin tinspiritual the 1bespiritual thespiritual
spiritual and arid moral betterment of ot th thworld the theworld theworld <
worldlr worldMr world worldMr
Mr lr Sleman also spoke at length of th thcentenary the thecntenUJ thecentenary <
centenary of o Protestant Christian rats misslons mlsston ratsstone
stone ston held in Shanghai two weeks after aftethe afterthe afterthe
the Tokyo Tok o meeting This remarkaWigathering remarkable remarkablegathering remarkablegathering
gathering representing the missionaries rolsslonarleiof
of seventytwo denominations In China Chinawas Chinawas Chinawas
was In session for ten days during duriniwhich duringwhich duringwhich
which time action of o remarkable Impor Importance Importance importance
tance was taken takenOrganize takenOrgnnlze takenOrgnnize
Organize Chinese Church ChurchAmong Cl1UrchAmong ChurchAmong
Among other things it was decidethat decided decidedthat decidedthat
that the denominational divisions should shouknot should shouldnot shouldnot
not be perpetuated In China but that thaithe thattho thatthe
the Chinese church be organized on thi thisimple the thesimple thesimple
simple basis of the Scriptures Joint ef efforts efforts offorts ¬
forts along educational and medical lines Unawere lineawere lineswere
were also agreed upon uponThe uponThe uponThe
The personnel of tho conference said saleMr saidIr saidMr
Mr Ir Sleman was Impressive In every everjway ever everYIt everyway
YIt way Men and women of the deepest deepeslconsecration deepestconsecration deepestconsecration
consecration and of great ability abUlt const consttuted constltuted constituted
tuted the gathering Throughout our en entire entire entire <
tire journey we were Impressed with vith th thhigh Ute Utehigh thehigh <
high character of tha results accom accomplished accompllshed accompllshed ¬
pllshed by the missionaries missionariesThe missionariesThe missionariesThe
The speakers described at some length lengtttheir lengththeir lengththeir
their experiences In Korea and quoted quoiccleading quotedleading quotedleading
leading observers as saying that If I th thpresent the theprcsent thepresent <
present rate of progress continued Korea Korecwill I Koreawill orca orcawill
will be virtually a Christian nation Ir Irfifteen In Infiftcen infifteen
fifteen years yearsMr yearsMr ear8 ear8Mr
Mr Sleman also spoko at the morning morningservices morningservices morningservices
services of f the Mount Pleasant Congre Congregational Congregational Congregational ¬
gational Church of which he is a mem member member mombet ¬
ber on the same subject subjectProf subjectProto subjectProf
Prof Thlrkleld rector of Howard Uni University University TJnlversity ¬
versity delivered the Invocation and Hon HonH HonH HonH
H B F Macfarland offered the closing closingprayer closingprayer closingprayer
prayerGEN prayerGEN prayer prayerGEN
GEN W W DUFFIELD DEAD DEADFnncrnl DEADFuncrnl DEADFuneral
Funeral of Veteran Will 111 De Held To Tomorrow Tomorro Tomorrow
morrow morro Afternoon AfternoonFunersiJ AfternoonFunernliJerlces AfternoonFuneral
Funeral FunernliJerlces services over the body of Gen GenWilliam GenWI1Uac GenWilliati
William W Duffleld a veteran of th thMexican the theMexican theMexican <
Mexican and civil wars who died Satur Saturday Saturday Saturday
day will be held at his borne 1633 Q street streettomorrow street streettomorrow streettomorrow
tomorrow afternoon at 2 oclock Rev RovHerbert RevHerbert RevHerbert
Herbert S Smith rector r tor of St Margarets MargaretiEpiscopal MargaretsEpiscopal MargaretsEpiscopal
Episcopal Church will officiate Inter Interment Interment Intermeot
ment will be in Arlington Cemetery under undeitho underthe underthe
the anplces of the Military Order of thi thiLoyal the theLo theLoyal
Lo Loyal al Legion of which Gen Duffleld wai waian was wasan as asnn
an honored member memberGen memberGan memberGon
Gen Duffleld was as born In Carlisle Pa PaIn PaIn Pain
In 1823 and came to Washington in 1894 a asuperintendent as assuperintendent assuperintendent
superintendent of the Coast and OeodetliSurvey Geodetic GeodeticSune GeodeticSurvey
Sune Survey He lived for a number of years year1In ye yearsin 1rS 1rSIn
In Michigan and at the outbreak of th thlvll the thoclvU thecivil
civil lvll war assisted In organizing the Fourth FourtlMichigan FourthMichigan FourthMichigan
Michigan Volunteer Infantry of which whiclhe whichhe whichhe
he was appointed lieutenant colonel colonelLater colonelLater colonelLater
Later he was promoted to brigadier gen genral genral general
eral ral He served also In the war with Mex MexIco MexIco Mciico
Ico as a lieutenant lieutenantGen lieutenantGen lieutenantGen
Gen Duffleld was a a prominent Mason Masonand Masonand Masonand
and was said to be e tho oldest living grad graduate grnduate graduate ¬
uate of Columbia College New York YorkLargest YorkLl1rAut YOrkLargest
Largest Morning Circulation CirculationAH
All advertising contracts made by byThe b bThe byThe
The Washington Herald are based basedupon basedupon basedupon
upon Its sworn circulation clrculatlona a circula circulation cIrculatlor circulatior ¬
tion In Washington larger by thou thousands tbousat1s thousanaS ¬
sands than thllnwas was ever before attained attainedby attainedby attainedby
by any morning newspaper at the theCapital theCapital theCapital
Capital Its books are ar open
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SPANISH VETS TO ELECT ELECTLively ELECTLively I
Lively Content Conh lIt Expected Over Choice Choiceof Choiceof I
of Department Commander CommanderIn
In general general orders issued to tho ten tencamps tcncamps tencamps
camps of the United Spanish War Vet Veterans Veterans Veterans ¬
erans comprising the Department of the theDistrict theDistrict theDistrict
District of Columbia Capt J Walter WalterMitchell WalterMitchell WalterMitchell
Mitchell department commander has an announced announced anflounced ¬
nounced thit Uilt at the next meeting of that thatbody thatbody thatbody
body nominations will be made for de department dePflrtment dopartment ¬
partment officers omcersto to servo one year yearHe yearHe yearlie
He has also ordered that the annual en encampment encampment encampment ¬
campment for tho election of officers will willbe willbe willbe
be held August 8 and that the camps cam s at atRichmond atmchmopll atItiehmoui
Richmond mchmopll and Frederlcksburg Va and andWilmington andWilmington andWilmington
Wilmington Del will be fully ulh rpre rpresented rfprlHnted reproseated
seated by delegates and past camp offi officers omcer ofilcots ¬
cots cersTto cer cotsThe
cerThe
The outlook Is said to be that there will willbe willbe willbe
be a lively contest over the election of a adepartment adePArtment adepartment
department commander to succeed Capt CaptMitchell CaptMltcbell CaptMitchell
Mitchell who has declined to run again againAlready againAJread againAlready
Already AJread there are four candidate candida tea In the thefield thefteld theSold
field and It is said there may be others othersThose othersThOll6 othersThose
Those mentioned at this time are Capt CaptRichmond CaptRlchnwnd CaptRichmond
Richmond Pearson Po rson Hobson commander commanderof
of the Admiral George Dewey Dewo Naval NavalCamp NavalCamPi NavalCamp
Camp Commander Edward L L I Cages of ofRichard orRichard ofRichard
Richard J Harden Camp MaJ Joeeph JoeephMilton Joeeph1Ulton JosephMilton
Milton Halter of Henry W V Lawton Camp Campand Campand Oampand
and Past Department Adjutant G H HRauKh EoR4u E ERauech
RauKh R4u ch of Gen Nelson A Miles Camp CampAt CampAt CampAt
At th the recent meeting of the Dlatrlct Dlatrlctdepartment Dlatrlctdepartment Districtdepartment
department the matter of celebrating calefenUtagSantiago celeIJraUUgSent1ago celebratingSantiago
Santiago Day July 17 by giving a a repra repragentatfon repreHnlatlon reprosentation
gentatfon of tho charge up San Juan 11111 Hilland 11111and 11111and
and the capture of the Spanish Sp nlsh block blockhouse b10e b10ehouHil b1Okhouses
house was left In the hands of Depart Department Deportment Departmont ¬
ment Commander CommAnder Mitchell ltchell He has hs de decided decided tiecided ¬
cided to bold the celebration celcbrton and will willannounce wi willannounce
announce the personnel of the committee committeeIn commitee commiteeIn
In charge chrge In a n few days daysGROCERS dnsGROCERS daysGROCERS
GROCERS OUTING WEDNESDAY WEDNESDAYMany WEDNESDAYMany
Many Features on Programme fo foDay for forDay forDay
Day at River View ViewDosehnll ViewDallebnl ViewBaseball
Baseball Dallebnl Game Arrolied Arranged Between DetwecnVoQ BetweenWoollanil BetweenWoodland
Woodland VoQ Il1nll and Bencc Seneca Tenmprbcs TeamPrizes Team TeamPrizes
Prizes for Dowlng Bowling Contest ConteaVaIed ContestsVaried ContestVaried
Varied VaIed and many mny are ro the features featurestalned fOtr c ctane con contatood
talned tane in the te programme of the th Retail ReialGrocers ne RetailGrocefs
Grocers Protective Association upon th thoccasion the theoccasion <
Grers ProteUve Jsolaton up te teoson
occasion oson of Its fifth annual excursion ccr t tRiver to toRher toRiver <
River View Vie Wednesday Wedn dQ June J 25 TJ TJbaseball T Tbasebl Thee Theebesebahl
baseball basebl game gmo between btwen the WoOdland Woodlamand WoOdlandand
and an Seneca Sene teams will wi present pret to the fan fanan fansan
an opportunity opportunl1 of voicing voicng that exuber exuberance exu exuberance r rance ¬
ance of spirits spiri so s characteristic c racterlUc of devo devotees do dote dovotees
tees te of the game Interest Interel is I center centeralso centered centeredalso nt
also als In tho bowling contest cxmtet for o whjclthree which wt whichthree
three thre prizes prize of SIS 5 JW 0 and So will wJ be b betY betYen tv tven hb
en by b the association R t0n for the th beet bt scores scoresThere sre sreThere scoresThere
There will U also al be other othr contests ctet fo fowhich for forwhih forwhich
which whih prizes will wi be given At the t con conelusion cn cncltO eonelusion
elusion cltO of the athletic atlet games gm6 Miss m Con ConB Cora CoraB
B n Shreve Sbr8e and an her pupils ppUs wilt wi give gtv w wexhibition an anexhibition
exhibition exhlbt of o fancy flo dancing dlndng which whih wll wllinclude wl will willinciude
include Inlu many D infl of 0 the Ue features feture presented presenteeat pete peteat presentedat
tin Nation NationTheater National NationalTheater
at her May Ia festival fatll at t at
Theater TheaterThe Ther TherTbe TheaterThe
The ticket Ucko entitle entt the holder hler to t t tvoice f fvoe a avoice
voice voe in the disposition dispsiton of a handsOme handsomigold hDme hDmegol handsOmegold
gold gol watch or diamond dimon ring Beats BOt wll wllleave win winlve willleave
leave lve at WJt IO a 8 m 2JO 2 p m and a 69 69p 1 1p 51p
p ra The officers mars of the Retail Retai Grocers GrocersProtective Grors GrorsProtecthe GrocersProtective
Protective Association Assiton are arePmMtat arct arePseidset
PmMtat t P 1 B Olttrbuk OUN1e Sat a rice pmfckat pmfckatJ Jt
J F Sehwfcfer MOW sai Tin Ti president J H HOoodcfcfc I 11Ooeddrk
Ooodcfcfc tn tzsaerer mt r K K E E PMtrr F tntttm t U UGoMart 1 ILGoditeM
GoMart G 0r K I B H Smttk Ita V W > U L La Hart O S SllMptetr 5lee
llMptetr I lee H S HatsW lal L L F Jul Later M r W T TDarte TDr TDavis
Davis P P 1 Patrirk Palrk George aN B Dihaatma C V VBfHKor VSparrow
Dr Sparrow 1 awl a A W V Fairfax FRa Mrg arrsst lt wt fct a MW ae J JB JB 3a
B B Dfegie Dle Mcreuzr A H l IL Girsorr Gfi oUoraej oUoraejCbMfe a atsaseyCbse
CbMfe CI Cbse IVDifst IVDifstThe r I DR Din DinThe
The TI following fololg are the excursion excursionmtee com comml m mmittees
ml mittees t teas teasOa
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Storrorr J B B Dlssk DI J U IL Co Corim GMri Ooedrise T I B O Oar Oarripe
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and E E i M Gut GutOFFICER Gu GuOFFOER GunOFFIOER
OFFICER OFFOER HIT WITH WTH BRICK BRICKTITO BRIOKTo BRICKFwo
TITO To Colored Men Ien Ansanlt nu1 Policeman Policemannnil lolcemnn lolcemnnnUl Policemannnii
nnil nUl Three Shots 5hot Are Fired FiredPoliceman FJrellPolceman FiredPoliceman
Policeman Polceman J T Owens of the Second Secondprecinct Secondprecinct
precinct attempted to arrest Richard RlchariBell RichardBell cbard cbardBel
Bell Bel and his son Otha Oha early crbo yesterday yesterdaymorning yesterdaymorning oterd
morning mring The Bells Bels live 10 In Goat alley alleyThe aley aleyThe alleyThe
resisted A lot followed lotlowed
The father and son rn fight fo ¬
lowed lowe Policeman Polceman Owens Owen was wa hit In th thback the thebck theback <
back bck with a a brick Other Oter missiles misle also alsccame alsocame alsocame
came his way wayPoliceman WIT WITPolicemn wayPolicemen
Policeman Policemn Owens was not to bo b out outdone outdone outdone ¬
done however He pulled puled his gun aw awfired and andfired
fired fir three Shots iot The Te colored men menfather menfatber menfather
father and son sn went ent In opposite opplo direc directions dire directions ¬
tions ton The Te shots evidently eldent did not nt take takeeffect tke tkeertt takeeffect
effect effectSHRINERS erttSHINBRS effectSHRINERS
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the inclement Incement weather The committee committeehaving committeeshaviug
having the matter In charge have held hekrecent heldreent heldrecent
recent reent meetings m ctngs and nd announcement is now novmade nowmade nowmade
made that tht all al arrangements arngements arc complete completeThere completeThere completeThere
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for a a sea sea food dinner at the Beach be besides beside besides
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clerical b clcrl force foe on O July L 1 1 They Tey will all al be beof b beof
of the WO 10 class classFrank c cPrnnk clansFrnnk I
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alighting a btn from rm a green geen Pennsylvania Pnhnl av avnue a anu aye ayeflue
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meeting for the season decided to hold holtIts holdIa holdits
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The T following folowl foilowii officers prs were we elected elte fotthe for Cort forthe
the t ensuing et year yer William Wiiam Agnew presi president preoldent ¬
Waterman first vice presi president presidesat ¬
Mt dent Joseph Jopb Watem ft vce prel prelet
Wilson second vies viwpresident viespresident I
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president pet i Stephen L L Newnham nhm secre secretary 1 seeretary ¬
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protests prot t from humane humn societies Jtte and Dd soft softhearted sf softhearted ¬
hearted hrted persons rs who wh are ar objecting o tng to the theproposed thepp theproposed
proposed pp transcontinental Ultnntl race between betweenHomer btween btweenHoer betweenHonser
Homer Hoer Davenports Dveport Arabian An stallion stlon stlonclr n ncavalry acavalry
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held b at a future date dte under u the auspices auspicesof au pl s so
of o the department departmentAs drtmnt drtmntAs
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begin n at Portland Prtln Or Oreg g and an the horses horseswere hor horwer horseswere
were wer to be b ridden ren across ac the t country c9ntf to toNew toNew toNew
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department cprttnt was waf from fr the t president predet of theAmerican the tbeAmrcan theAmerican
American Amrcan Humane Hum Association ABtU who ob objected objte ohjected ¬
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would woul lead fd to other similar l1r endurance endurancetests endurancetests
tests te which wbc might he b t carried crri on under less lesecareful lesscreful lesscareful
careful creful management managementThe lDgement
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seriously Suy as A It I was ws the Intention Intentio of the thearmy thearm thearmy
army arm officers ofrs who had charge chrge of the pro proposed prop proposed ¬
posed teat tet of endurance endurDe to make mke every everyprovision een eenpro1ion everyprovision
provision p pro1ion for the comfort cmfort and an the th health healthof healh healhof healthof
of the animate Anmal entered ent red and an to protect protectthorn prot protectthem ct ctthlm
thorn thlm against weather changes tad 111 food foodand foodand
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stallion stalon he originally orglnalb entered oter is suffering sufferingfrom sufering suferingfre sufferingfrom
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