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Store mil close at 530 p m daily until further notice noticeJune noticeJune noticeJune
June Special Sale of ofMuslin ofMuslin ofMuslin
Muslin Undergarments UndergarmentsTODAY Under2armentsTODAY Undergarments0DAY
0DAY there is a special display and sale of Womens omens Undergar Undergarments Undergarments ¬
TODAY I ments embracing the practical sorts for general summer vacationuse
use and many dainty pretty fluffy garments adaptable for wearwith rca
= = = = with thin summer gowns at the sea shore and other summerresorts summeresorts
resorts resortsSpecial resortsSpecial resortsSpecial
Special attention is called to the splendid new assortment assortmentAt assortmentAt assortmentAt
At 50c a Garment Real Value 75c 75cThere 75cThere
There are Gowns Long and Short Skirts Drawers and CorsetCovers
Covers of soft nainsooks and lightweight cambrics and muslins and andthey andthe an4 an4they 1 1
they the are uniformly well made correctly sized and most carefully carefull carefullfinished
finished The materials are thoroughly reliable and the trimmings trimmingstastefully trimmingstastefully
tastefully applied consist of dainty laces embroideries hemstitching hemstitchingtucks hemstitchingtucks hemstitchin r I Itucks >
tucks beading and ribbon ribbonWe ribbonVe ribbonWe
We Ve offer them at the very special price price50c priceSOc price50c
50c Per Garment Value 75c 75cDisplayed 7ScDisplayed 75cDisplayed
Displayed on center counter Underwear Department Third floor floorEleventh floorEleventh >
Eleventh street streetCream streetCream streetCream
Cream Wool Dress Fabrics Fabrics0DAY FabricsT S
Pr 0DAY ODA Y no woman considers her wardrobe complete without at atleast Lt
T 1 j least one white wool frock For all outing occasions boating boatinggolfing boatinggolfing boatin boatingolfing F
golfing motoring c White Thite Serg or Panama is ideal idealNothing idealNothing idealNothing
= Nothing is so appropriate to wear at the sea shore as a white whitewool whitewool whit e ewool
wool frock frockFor frockFor frockPor
For dressier occasions White Wool TOO1 001 and Silk Voile is the correct correctmaterial correctmaterial correctmaterial
material materialWe materialVe materialWe
We Ve are now showing most comprehensive assortments of these theseCream theseCream theseCream
Cream Wools Tools and SilkandWools in the most reliable qualities and at atreasonable atreasonable atreasoiiable
reasonable prices
Cream Mohair Sicilian Sicilianper Sicilianper Sicilianper
per yard 750 to 100 100Cream 100Cream 100Cream
Cream Allwool Albatross Albatrossper Albatrossper AlbatrossCream
per yard 39c to 750 750Cream 75cCream
Cream Allwool Batiste Batisteper Batisteper Batisteper
per yard 500 ° c to 100 100Cream 100Cream iooCream
Cream Allwool Imperial Serge Sergeper Sergeper Sergeper
per yard 75c to 150 150Cream 150Cream 150Cream
Cream Allwool Henriettas Henriettasper Henriettasper Henriettasper
per yard 750 to 100 100Cream 100Cream iooCream
Cream Allwool Panama Panamaper Panamaperyard I Iper
per peryard yard 15octo75c 15octo75ceeod SOC to 750 750Second 75CJiMrC
Second eeod JiMrC S rG it t
Cream Chiffon Broadcloth Broadclothper Broadclothper Broadclothper
per yard 300 300Cream 300Cream
Cream Allwool Storm Serge Sergeper Sergeper Sergeper
per yard 65c to 100 100Cream 100Cream 100Cream
Cream Silk and Wool V T 001 Eolienne Eolienneper EoJienncper Eolienneper
per yard 125 125Cream 125Cream
Cream Allwool Frerichv FrcnchVoile FrcnchVoileper Voile Voileper Voileper
per yard 750 to 150 150Cream 150Cream io ioCream
Cream Allwool Chiffon Voile Voileper Voileper Voileper
per yard 175 and 200 200Cream 200Cream 200Cream
Cream SilkandWool S kandVool Lansdownc Lansdowneper Lansdowncper Lansdowncper
per yard 135 135Cream 135Cream I35Cream
Cream Fancy SilkandWod SilkandWodEolienne SilkandVooIEolicnnc SilkandWToolEolicnnc
Eolicnnc Eolienneper Eolicnncper Eolicnncper
per yard 125 to 200
Dainty White Cotton CottonDress CottonDress CottonDress
Dress and Waist Materials MaterialsJ1XE MaterialsUNE
TTJNE UNE Brides Bridesmaids and hosts of other women are thinking thinkingA
J1XE A of dainty white frocks frocksThe frocksThe frocksp
p The largest best and most complete stock of White Cotton I
= = Dress Materials possible to assemble is here to select from fromrep rep ¬
resenting the best of our own countrys products as well as those of oJ t
England Ireland France and Switzerland
French Lawns 4SHnches 48 inches wide widesheer widesheer widesheer
sheer and dainty dainty25c dainty2SC dainty25c
25c to 100 per yard yardParis yardParis yardParis
Paris Muslins with a lovely silk silken silken silken ¬
en sheen 48 inches wide wide5oc wideSoc
Soc to 100 per yard yardFrench yardFrench yardFrench
French Organdie 68 inches wide wideSOC wideSoc
SOC to 100 per yard yardPersian yardPersian yardPersian
Persian Lawns the imported importedkind importedkind importedlind
kind r 32 inches wide wide25c wider wide25c
25c 2 jC to 6oc oc per yard ard
45 inches wide
37 to 100 per yard yard40inch yard40inch yard40inch
40inch Sheer Persian Lawn LawnI5c LawnI Lawn15C
I5c I SC per yard yard4Oinch yard40inch yard40inch
40inch Sheer India Lawn LawnI5cto2ocperyard LawnI5c Lawn45inch
I5cto2ocperyard I5cto2ocperyard45inch I5c to 20e per yard yard45i
45inch 45i h Sheer French Lawn Lawn25C
250 2 jC per yard yard36inch yard36inch yard36inch
36inch Linen Lawn Lawn5oc Lawn50c Lawn50c
50c per yard
Swiss S viss Products ProductsIn
In Switzerland owing to natural naturali naturaland natura 1 1and
i and climatic conditions they weave
bleach and finish in the superior superiorway superiorway r rway
way that you are familiar fan liar with in inembroideries inembroideries it I Iembroideries
embroideries from that country countrySwiss countrySwiss countrySwiss
Swiss India Linens 36 inches incheswide inchcwide
30c to SOC per yard
48 inches wide wide50C
500 to 75c per yard yardSwiss yardSwiss ard ardSwiss
Swiss Alpine Batiste sheer and andexquisitely andexquisitely anc I Iexquisitely
exquisitely soft finish finish5oc finishSOC
SOC to 125 per yardFrench yatdF yard yazdFrench
French F encll Nainsook 46 inches wide wide50c
500 to 100 per yard yardDotted yardDgttcd yardDQttcd
Dotted and Figured Swisses Swisses4oc Swisses40C Swisses40C
40C to 75c per yard yardPersian yardPersian yardPersian
Persian Lawns 48 inches wide wide37c wide373C
37c 37 c per yard yardEmbroidered yardEmbroidered yardmbroidered
Embroidered mbroidered French Batiste and andPlumetis anc ancPlumetis
Plumetis 40 inches wide
100 to 225 per yard
English Pearline Lawns LawnsPearKne La1vnsPearline LawnsPearline
Pearline Lawn is an old reliable fabric but comparatively new to tothis tothis t 1 1this
this market One of the finest products of the English looms and andfinishers andfinishers aw 1 1finishers
finishers 47 inches ipchcs wide wide40c wide40c wide40c
40c and 50c Per Yard YardWOODWARD YardSecowd i iSeCOIIII
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Senor Montagna Returns Returnsfrom Returnsfr0111 Returnsfroni
from Brookliue BrookliueDON BrookliiieDON BrooldiucJ Brooldiucf J f
Austrian Diplomat Will 111 Go to Bar BarHarbor liarHarbor ar arJlnrhor
Harbor for the Summer Su SugnnierMr nmerJlrll 3Iri For Pornlior Iroralcer Forakor
nlior YlMltlng Her Daughter at ntBryii atDrn atJJrit
Bryii Jlnwr JlawrOthcrll Others Prominent in inFashionable InFUlIl1lonnblc IiiFa3hlonable
Fashionable Life Dcirnrt DcirnrtSgnor DCllnrtSenor flcinrtSeor
Senor Montagna secretary lIeC tary of th tM Italian ItalianBmlMMy ItalianBInr ItaitaliBinkay
BmlMMy returned ret < rned to Washington the lat latter latter 1tter ¬
ter part of Ute week from Boston where wherehe sherite here hereIe
he Ie went to attend a dinner given by the thePMtJiMMter thePMtmuter th thPotmster
PMtJiMMter General and Mrs Mn > > rs Meyer at atthe atthe itthe
the Brookline Country CountrYClub Club In honor of ofthe o othe ot otthe
the Duke of Abrural AbruralDon AbnauiDon AbrUutDoii
Don Lute Lut Ambroty Ambroiyot of the Austrian Austrisawho Em Embaaay
baaay 1 who accompanied the Ambassador Ambassadorto
to New York when he sailed for Europe Europelast Euro Euroweek uropi uropihit
last week it In the city at prevent but butexpect butpeca butto
expect peca to leave this week for the summer summerquarters lummerlIU1rters aummatqiitrteri
quarters of the th embassy ur at Bar Harbor HarborMrs IIarllorllu
Mrs Queen widow of Hear Admiral AdmiralQastn AdmiralQUMII AdmIraQuasi I
Quasi accompanied by her Blece DIce Miw MiwChristine Mt MtChritth I IChrIMtM
Christine Owen will leave eae e town July Jut 1 for forNorth forNortlt fo foNorth
North Hattey Quebec where she be will re remain remain remain ¬
main until tll autumn autumnCol autunmCol
Col and Mrs Robert Craig Cral left the city cityFriday elf eJtFrida
Friday Frida for fet Xantucket where they will willoccupy willoccupy Witoccupy I
occupy their cottage cotta during durt durtn the summer SUIDmetmonthl summeimoatbi
months monthsMrs monthlIra
Mrs atz Ira Foraker left Washington yesterday yesterdaymorning yeeterdqmondnl yterdamorning r
morning for or r Philadelphia to visit IMt her herdaughter herdaugbter hei heidaughter
daughter Mrs X Francis King Walnwright Walnwrightat
at t Bryn Mawr golD going < < later to Ohio where whereshe wbereshe wbr wbrshe
she will join Senator Foraker ForakerCol ForakerCoL
Col and Mrs Ira rs Thomas W Symone and andtheir andtheAI I
their family have ha Ie closed their house in inLafayette InLltayeUe ii iiJ4atyitti S
Lafayette square and have gone to Caze Cazenerla ea eaMna Caiievlt
nerla N No Y for oc the summer summerMrs summer1Ir
Mrs 1Ir Pierce Croeby and Mies Mt 11 Jean JeanCrosby JeanCro JiarCruby I
Crosby Cro by are a among aBlO C the earliest Washing Washington Wahagarrln18 Waihiugtost ¬
ton arrivals at RlchfleW RIcbtI I Springe SpringeRear SprtnSfJRear SprthgaBear
Rear Admiral Ilichborn Hlcbborn RCrs ra Hteh Htehborn Htehborn hitchborn
born and their soninlaw Inlaw and daughter daughterMr dauhtcriitr ter terlr
Mr lr and Mrs ra Paul Peanut who are en enjoying enjolnl ¬
joying a motor trip through the North Northspent Northepent Nortispent enS S
spent spentMass a few daTi laM week at Lenox LenoxMaa LenoxMass
Mass MassMrs MaatrJI MassM1
Mrs M1 trJI Edmund Cobb will leave Wash Washington WubIqton Wash1nton ¬
ington early In July to spend themalnder the re remainder r rmainder
mainder of the summer sum with her daugh daughter diughtsr ash ashtel ¬
tel Mrs Irs Cornelius Cornell Bite BU Jr at her hercountry hercount17 hercountry
country place pla plac near New York
Mrs > > Romeyn Romen wife wtt of Capt Charles A ARomeya Aflomeyn A ARomern
Romeya U S A is the tbguest guest of 1olajaJMl Mai Maiand taj
and Mrs Ira Henry Romeyn oaae7 at their home homeIn homeIn aome aomeIn
In P street streetJustice streetJUfiIce
Justice and Mrs lr Anderson closed their theirbowM
house 110 in New Ne Hampshire H avenue Satur Saturday Saturdayand ¬
day dayand and left the city to join their daugh daughter 4IauPter ¬
ter MUM x Ias Perle Anderson who is visiting YhIIUqhWhdl vlitthtgfrtenda
friends In Pennsylvania Later the family familywill CamU CamUwill familywilt
will go to Bar Harbor and Lake Placid Placidto PJacJdto Placidto
to pass pa JUI the remainder of the summer summerMrs B11ftUIIerIra
Mrs hgr Ira Talmadge and her daughter da bter MUM MUMRebecca tIm tImRebecca 1aiJ 1aiJRebeeea
Rebecca Collier left the city elt last week weekfor loeektor
for New York where they will be joined joinedby joinedh
by h Mr irs Thomas B Hutehineon of Pitts Pittsbars Pitt Pittburg Pittisirg
bars sirg and Washington to make m an auto automobile automo ¬
mobile mo Cle trip to Pittsfleld PlttaeI41 Mass am After a astay astay astay
stay there they will continue their Jour Journey Journer jeerus ¬
ney us to Magnolia where they will w l remain remainthrough renWItthrougb
through the theMrs meson on onIra
Mrs Ira Mann lann wife wit w1 of < rf Representative RepresentativeJam taUn taUnTam
Jam James R Mann has au closed her house in inQ InQ InQ
Q street ut and gone to Chicago ChicagoRepresentative Cb1cqoR4tpre ChlcaoRpreentaUve
Representative R4tpre ataUve and ad Mrs Benteil will willclose Willcloee
close their apartment at the Highlands Highlandsthis H bIaad bIaadthll
this week and leave lea town for the UtenMr sum summer mmmer ¬
mer merMiss
Miss I Nelka de Smirnoff < < has gone to toCazenovia toCazenovt
Cazenovia to spend the summer with 1th her heraunt heraunt heraunt
aunt Miss xa Blow mo Miss X de BlDlnao Smirnoff < < re returned reblrM4 iiturned ¬
turned to Washington early m bt the spring springfrom speu priDgfrom
from Russia sa where M she had spent the thepa tb tbput
pa put t two years and has been visiting visitingfriend ialO ialOtrte < <
friend trte and relatives reIaU here hereSenator bereSenator hereSenator
Senator and Mrs Winthrop Murray MurrayCrane lurrarCrane
Crane will m celebrate lebrate the first anniversary anniversaryof
of their marriage by taking taklo possession of oftheir oCtheir
their new De home at Dalton Daltonu Mass Upon Upontheir Vpontheir
their return to Washington Senator and andMrs I IMrs
Mrs Ira Crane and their young son will oc occupy occup ¬ I
cupy cup the residence of Commander and andMrs andIrs I IMrs
Mrs Irs Jllcnte I1cbit who are sailing uln in August to tospend tc
spend 8 nd some time abroad abroadMrs abnMldIrs
Mrs Irs Atkinson wife iCe of Judge Atkinson Atkinsonof Atkll18OnDC
of the Court of Claims returned to their theirresidence tb8lrrMldence
residence 1903 HO J Thirteenth street last week weekfrom weetfrom k kfrom
from a visit to West We t Virginia to be pres present present ¬
ent at the eightieth anniversary of o presS the thebirth th thbIrti S i ibirth
birth bIrti of Rev Henry Baker of Q streetThe KnotI KnotThe street streeLThe
II The wedding I of Mr Leo I A Finn and andMiss I
Miss 11 Katharine M I Burger will take plce plcetomorrow pkcotomorrow p1c
tomorrow morning at 11 oclock in St StMarys 5tlarys StMarys
Marys larys Church Rev F X Btschoff of ofSt ofst ol olSt
St st Augustines parish officiating o lc1at1n < < The Thebrides Thebride Th S Sbrides
brides bride sister Miss Otillia OUllt Burger will willserve willserve wil I Ieervo
serve as ft honor maid and Mr Finn will willhave willbae wil 1 1have
have Mr George rge Borger as his best man manThe manThe
The ushers will be Mr 1 James W Brown BrownMr BrownMr
Mr Richard A CurtIn Mr Edgar Hugely Hugelyand IIulrelyand hugelyifll
and Mr Bernard L Borger Owing to be bereavement berveme bereavement ¬
reavement rveme lt in the brides family cards cardshave cardshave card cardhave
have been recalled for the wedding re reception receptlon rec reMlii ¬
ception ceptionMiss c
Miss 1 Bessie ie Keeling Keelln who has passed passedthe pliMdthe pams I Ithe
the last year in Mexico has returned to tothis tothis t tthis
this city and is with her mother at the theAIama th S
Alabama AlabamaMr AIamaMr AlabamaMr
Mr and Mrs Iill George M 1 Mattingly atUnsly have havebad ba ban e ebad C Cbad
bad as a their guest for the past 1J at week Mr Mrand Mrand Mrand
and Mrs George J T OBelrne of Indianap Indianapolis indianapohs ¬
olis Ind whose marriage took tooi place placeen pla plan C Con
en n June 12 Mr Ir and Mrs OBeirne left leftlast leftItt 1sf 1sflest
last Itt t evening for Jamestown but will stop stOl
In Washington for a few days longer be before betore before ¬
fore leaving for their future home in In India
dianapttis dianapttisThe dia diaaaio1IsThe 110 110The
The engagement is announced of Miss MissCarrie MI88Carrie Mie a aCarrie
Carrie McClellan daughter of Joseph JosephGI JoeeplGales
Gales GI e8 McClelian to Capt Henry S SGreenleaf
Greenleaf assistant tant surgeon United UnitedStates I
States Army ArmyMr ArmyIr ArmyMr
Mr Ir and Mrs Walton alton II Holmes of ofKansas ofKanMS o oiCanass
Kansas City Cft Mo announce the engage engagement engagement engagemeat ¬
ment of their niece Miss 1II s Allene Pope Po S
Fry to Lieut W N No Hughes Jr of the theThIrteenth th e
Thirteenth Infantry In fa ntn V S A Owing to toWedding toWedding t 0
Wedding Gifts GiftsAt GiftsAt GifLcAt S
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EVERY E TJVERY VERY facility for the care careful carer
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recent deaths In the family the ceremony ceremonywhich eeremonywhich ceremonywhich
which will ill take place In the fall will be beprivate bepri beprivate
private privateMr pri privateMr va tea
Mr 11 and Mrs M Watson Wat n Edmonds or orIrving orIrving orIrving
Irving street will m spend sl1dTuly July at Atlantic AtlanticCity AtJanUcCll AtlanticCity
City Cll
Mrs Laura E L Irmon > mon of Staten Island IslandN IsndN lalandN
N Y who was w the editor of Home HomeTopics HORaeTopics lions lionsTopics
Topics ot D the New York Tribune f for forrteen forilftmn r rfifteen
fifteen rteen years rs is the guest of her brother brotherRev brotherRev brother14ev
Rev Henry Baker having come to to attend attendhie aUeildhis attendhis
his eightieth birthday blrthda anniversary which whichwas whichwas I Iwas
was celebrated last Wednesday WednesdayMiss WednesdayMiss
Miss 111 Lillian Ballengcr of Eighteenth Eighteenthstreet EighteenthItreet Igbteenthstreet
street has left for Boston to remain remainwith retnnlnwillt ramajawith
with friends for the summer summerMr SUmmeIlr summerMr
Mr lr and Mrs C A Richardson RIcha who whohave whohave whohave
have passed the greater part of the thewinter thewbater thewinter
winter at UN Highlands lll h sailed ett e eday Thuns Thunsday Thu Thuday
day to spend d the summer abroad abroadGen abroadGen abroadGin
Gen and Mrs Mn Henry T Allen aad aadfamily aadfamily aidfamily
family will leave in a few days for Oen GenAllens OenAileD OenAllens
Allens AileD new pot at Yellowstone Park ParkA ParkA ParkA
A quiet wedding eddlag took place juice Sunday aft afternoon afterooon afternoon ¬
ernoon at 3 111 i1 oclock at the residence ef efRev oCRev ofltev
Rev Louie Loul Stern when Miss Minnie MinnieSamuels MinnieSamu MinnieSamuels
Samuels Samu 1e and a d Mr Samuel W Wolfheimer Wolfheimerwere Wolfheh Wolfhelmerwere r rwere
were united in marriage marriageThe marrtagThe marriageThe
The bride an attractive blond wore a abrown IlLbrown abrown
brown suit with an elaborately trimmed trimmedwhite trimmedwhite trimmedwhite
white lace waist and a small brown bat batThe batThe haLThe
The guests present Pf ent were nt Mrs lrL Sam SamSamuels SAmSam SamSamueli
Samuels Sam mother of the bride Miss M TItUS TittleSamuete TUiteSam TItUSSamueia
Samuete Sam Mr Ir and Mrs Mr tnl Louis Bush Du b Mr MrWolf MrWolt MrWolf
Wolf Bush and Mb Misa Belle C Morris of ofPhiladelphia ofPhUldpllla ofPhiladelphia
Philadelphia PhiladelphiaMr
Mr 11 and Mrs Woifhelmer were at home homeSunday homeSunday homeSunday
Sunday evening at 100 Bates street to re receive reIve recairo ¬
cairo Ive the congratulations of their friends friendsMr frtenttMr friendsMr
Mr and Mrs Irs Simon Deueritng announce announcethe announcetbe announcethe
the approaching marriage mama of their daugh daughter daughter doughtee ¬
ter Nettle to S Joseph J h Ripps of this thiscity tb tbctty thiscity
city The wedding will take place J1ace at 8 8oclock 8oclock I Ioclock
oclock Wednesday morning morn1n in St StJosephs St StJoeeph StOatholic
Josephs Catholic Church San Antonio AntonioTex Mt9ntoTex AitoutoTex
Tex The couple will make their home in inthis Intb Inthis
this tb city and will 111 receive recety their friends friendsafter trtencbafter friend I Iafter
after July Jul IS at the Victoria apartment apartmenthouse aparunnthUle apartmenttuse
house houseMrs hUleIra tuse tuseMrs
Mrs Ira Andrew Andre Loner widow 1c1ow of Andrew AndrewLoetter AadrewLoe AndrewLoelOer
Loetter Loe ler celebrated her birthday anniver anniversary IUtnlverry aantvrsary ¬
sary ry yesterday with a large erg dinner given givento givento givesto
to her h r relatives JIaU Nine n grandchildren and andher aJtlher andher
her three t sons and ad two daughters were weregathered weregathered ere ere5atbered
gathered round the birthday table tablewhich tablewbteh tibiawhich
which was covered co with ofth flowers ower Her Herspacious Herapaeloul hisis
spacious s iadoen residence r at SOB U Brightwood Brightwoodavenue BrtgbtwOOdanntM I Iavenue
avenue was w especially pectaUy decorated for the theoccasion theoccallon C Cand
occasion and the merriment me iment lasted until untillate untillate I Ilate
late in the evening evenlo
What an age it te since 1Dee Ive ae ama you yousaid youIaJd
said Bran4mi Dr RUgely JUd I turDlD turning < < with 1U en enthuetasm eathtWlum
thuetasm t to Eleanor Grayson GraysonThe Gra71lODThe
The pinkskirted candles on Mrs Mr Court Courtneys CourtDe ¬
neys De n ys dinner table cast a Pow across the thepale thepale theale
pale p ale oval of MUM X Orayswa Gra I1 face ta From Fromunder Fromunder
under u ndir her dark delicately arched brows browsher rows rowsber
her h er baxel eyes looked out on the M world worldwith worlel1tb
with w 1tb starry seriousness seriousnessThe mou e eThe
The test time we met met be went en enwas Hwu enwai
was at the Van an Nestors flttor tennis tea tourna tournament tour tourmeat ¬
meat s on the 17th of September SeptemberMtes eptomberMiss em em1IIJM
Miss Grayeon Ora7 R laughed laughedWhat laughedWhit uPed uPedWhat
What a memory JDqIOI for dates I suppose supposeyou S1IPPOMyou
you y ou also recall each bit of er COftVWMdon conversa conversation ¬
don f ienD ienDEvsry r rEvery r rEvery
Every word Do you remember calling callingme tlt tltme
me m e a a trtnerr trtnerrDid trt tiMer err errDId
Did I Wen W I recollect yew telling tellingme tenia tenia11M
me that I was a as erratic erraticoantr headstrong hsadetroogyoung
young y oantr woman WOIDa That was 1 two month monthago mcmthqo
ago a go and I dont think either of us have havechanged haveeban
changed eban c ed much since sinceI
I accept aC < < pt the rebuke said w Ridgely Ridgelymeekly Ndt < el elIhHlrt
meekly meeklyIsnt IhHlrt IhHlrtant
Isnt ant it a pity to waste such good ma material materlal ¬
terial t Instead of a a leader of cotillions cotillionsyou coUUlonTOU
you y ou might be A leader JM er of men menAnd muAnd
And isnt a pIty pit to hid bide yourself from fromyotir fromTOUr
TOUr y our friends and stay in that Mitietnent Mitietnenttoiling U nt nttollln
toiling tollln t and Btavingr BtavingrAnd eaa1ncTAnd staving
And enjoying enjo it more than anything anythingIve anythingrye
rye I ve ever done doa before supplemented supplementedMiss nppementedM
Miss M Qraysoo warmly warmlyThats warI warIThat
Thats That all very well but how am I Iever Iner
ever e ver to catch a glimpse sllmp of you I was WHSjust wuJust
just j ust beginning to know you last Hummer Hummerand lIummerand
and a nd now no noa your time is taken up morning morningnoon mornhafiMOllo
noon MOllo n oon and night and you havent a mo moment momeqt ¬
meet to give gtv to me And youll GuU end he hepredicted hep heredicted
predicted p redicted letNl savagely ava < < el1 by falling ralUn in love lovewith lovewith
with one of the workers down there thenun un unless ¬
less l ees youre Oure already Interested Intert8t in some one oneelse oneelee onelse
else e lse
Such frankness rrank merits frankness in r rturn r8 r8turn reurn
turn t urn I am deeply deepi Interested In some one oneBut OIH OIHBut >
But your our first surmise was wrong ZOoJ The Thehero Thehero
hero h ero in this case la quite unknown Ive Ivenever Iventnr
never n ever even seen n him himNever himO
Never O mind growled grow fidgety rul hell hellivvow henILVOW
ivvow a vow Mnwelf bllnf 1C soon enough enoY h when hes hesfound be befound
found f yauv begun b gun to t care careWell eArlWelltlMa sireWeil
Well WelltlMa then hell have to change eha his hlapresent hI hInt < <
present nt tactics answered Miss tlu Grayson Graysonlightly GraltOnlI1JhU
lightly lI1JhU l Do you ou know its the meat meatmysterious mOlltmr
mysterious mr tertoua thing thln Each week through thtOU < < b the themail theman themail
mail Ive been receiving an envelope filled filledwith nUedwith
with paper money Inclosd is a printed printednote prtJltednote
note n ote which says eav For the needy and andIts AbdIts
Its I ts signed B T TStrange TStrang
Strange murmured fidgety RWgelyYes Rl4gebYeti
Yes and theres more moreMorer mor6JoI
Morer MorerI JoI More MoreI on onI
I moan each day theres a bunch of ofviolets ofvioJtots
violets too and the tbsame same initial on the thecard thecard
card c ard
The deuce said RMgely Well and andwhat andwhat L
what then thenThan thenThen thenThen
Then Oh theres nothing more The Theflowers Theflowerl C
flowers continue to come and the money moneycontinue monoyoonUnuOi mono monoconthsum
continue to come coni and though I have haveno haveno I
no clew as to who E T to I continue to toaccept toaccept tiaccept C
accept both bothHow bothHow bothhow
How do you know hes a man manWhat manWhat manWhat
What woman would be so SO50 so aye systematic 5Stematlc ayeematlcT ¬
tematicTrue tematlcTrue t tematic ematlcTTrue
True And do you OU wear the flowers fi wlrs he hesends beMndlf he I
sends Mndlf MndlfSometimes sendsSometimes T TSometimes
Sometimes SometimesLucky SometimesLuck SometimesLucky
Lucky Luck dog Hes to be b envied enviedThats 6DvledThats
Thats so like you OU Mr Rldgely Ridge to tothink tothink t S
think of the flowers first and forget all allabout allabout al alabout I
about the money mente that nan haJJ made it possi possible po possible l lble ¬
ble for me to carry out one of my m pat patschemes petICMmes pal L Lschemes
schemes This week Mine ll6s Elltelon and I Ihave Ihave I Ihave
have rented and renovated a Jvouse bouseNo bouseNoPearl No
12 Pearl street and were re going goln to live livethero 118r I Ithere
there r and run It to suit ourselves ourselvesAlone ourlel ourlelAlone ourselvesAlone
Alone AloneWhy Alonehy AloneWhy
Why hy of course courseWell courseren courseWell
Well ren to say its madneee madne s Is inade inadequate Inadequate madequate ¬
quate In that quarter of the city cltregu cltreguJar cityregislie regu regular ¬
Jar slums If you ou had parents parentsVl parents1I
Vl shouldnt be doing It Probably not notAs notAs notAs
As It Is my m friends have expostulated in invain I Ialn is I Ivain
vain aln for I am quite capable of taking takingcarg tnklngCdI1 trkin t tcare
care of myself And I see no reason retUO why whyI wh whI e eI
I shouldnt make experiments and do as asI asI a I II
I please Besides Besld Miss Elliston ani I Iarent Iarent Iarent
arent altogether alone We re have a very verycompetent verycomlHltnt ver r rcompetent
competent German servant rvant Gretchen GretchenAnd GreteftenAnd I IAnti
And Im sure the man who sends the themonoy themono tb a amoney
money mono would be delighted to see to what whatuse whatuse wha t tuse
use weve put It We Ve have only on been In Inthe Inthe is I Ithe
the house a week and have an inmate inmatealready Inmatoalready S Salreadysuch
already alreadysuch such a piteous case a little littleItalian lItt littl e eItalian
Italian girl whose stepfather Grlnaldo Grlnaldoforced Grlnaldoforced Grinaldeforced C eC
forced her to work n a n cigar factory factorythough factor factorthouh factorythough
though she was so 111 she could scarcely scarcelystand B scarcel < arcely arcelystand r rstand
stand Grlnaldo vsed sed to boat her If her herearnings herearnings he r
earnings didnt please him If you OU could couldhave couldhave coul coulhave I rI
have seen her poor arms armsso so o wasted and andpinched andpinched ane I Ipinched
pinched black and blue Of course It Itwas Itwas I t tWas
was a case for the societies but I didnt didntwait dldntwalt dldn t twait
wait for or them to interfere I took her in inmyself Inm3self h S Smyself
myself I wanted to see those olive olivecheeks olivecheelts oily a acheeks
cheeks of hers grow rounded out anil anilroey amIroey ant I Irosy
roey and those scrawny s rawny brown hands handsdo handsdo handsdo
do you ou know she looks as if shed shedgained shedsalned she 1C 1
gained pounds already alro d t Her H r eyes ces are be beginning beginning beginning C ¬
ginning to lose their haggard look and andshe andshe an ti tishe
she doesnt duck her hoad as If she ex expected exJHCted oxpeeled ¬
peeled a Ii blow blowAnd blowAnd blowAnd
And her stepfather stepfatherGrlnaido stepfatherGrlnaiclo1 stepfatherGrinaido
Grlnaido Oh hos disappeared We Wewont Wewon W e ewont
wont won have any more trouble with him I
Isthmian Authorities Use UseDynamite UseDJnaniite UseDynamite
Dynamite Effectively EffectivelyREPORT EficctiyclJrREPORT EffectivelyREPORT
DlincuItlcH of o Coping with the lila Disease DbCOliC ¬
ease on the lie iBthmn Increased liy liyIiitciicsti h hIntenClrt
Iiitciicsti of Rains CloKKlng CloKKlngRiver Clo nJnS of ofRhcrll ofRivera °
River Adds IIIIN to DaiiBcrw and Au Authorities AnIlioritice u uthorltJclS ¬
thorities Clear Channels ChannelsDynamite ChnnncbDrnamlt
Dynamite is being used as an agent In Inthe Intho inthe
the warfare against mosquitoes mo qultoes and ma malaria malsrl 1 1larla
larla lsrl In th thi < j Isthmian Canal zone ac according according according ¬
cording to the report of the department departmentof
of health of the Canal Commission for forthe forthe
the month of May It is It stated that the theprolonged lbeprolongoo theprolonged
prolonged dry season and tbe compara comparative comPara comParaUve comparafive ¬
five lateness of the general rains along alongthe alongthe alonsthe
the zone has been productive of condi conditions condlUOIUI conditiossi ¬
tions favorable to the breeding of mos mosquitoes rno rnoqultoea mornquitoeg ¬
quitoes which are somewhat unique and andagainst andag1nat andagainst
against which It has been n nadopt nece necessary ary to toadopt toadopt
adopt measures never before nee neeThe neeeuary neeeuaryThe necessaryThe
The principal source of mosquito breed breedng breedfng breedng
fng ng has been along the course of the Rio RioGrande RioGrande RioGrande
Grande Comacho Big Obispo San Juan JuanCamboa JuanCamboa JuanCambos
Camboa Carabaii and Chagres rivers riversAs riversAs riversAs
As a rule these streams possess a a sum sufficient 8Umeleftt sumcleat ¬
cleat rapidity to call for only on1 occasional occasionalattention occutonalattention oecaonalattention
attention but ut during the th month of May Mayall May Mayall Mayall
all of them except the Chagres have haveconsisted haftconsted haveconsisted
consisted of 8 aeries Ierl of small still pools poolsconnected poo pooconnected penisconnected
connected by a II mere thread of trickling tricklingwater tricklingwater tricklingwater
water Under an unclouded sky sit the tem temperature temperature ternperature ¬
perature of these th still pools became so sofavorable JOtavorahle sofavorable
favorable to algae growth that a good goodcrop IOO IOOcrop goodcrop
crop would spring up after the second secondday secondclar secondday
day of a thorough cleaning In the tbecHe ed eddies eddies ¬
dies cHe and shallow b bends nds anopheles anopbel ap appeared ape apepeated appeared ¬
peared at once while the various species speciesof ape speciesof lea leaot
of culex abounded at all times timesOiling tlm tImesOiling
Oiling such an extent of water was only onlypartly onl1partJr onlypertly
partly effective and permament work was wasdetermined wudetermined wasdetermined
determined upon In the Bas Obispo The Thefirst TheII Thefirst
II first work done was the blowing out of oftbe oftbe ofthe
tbe whole bole mouth of the stream to Increase Increasethe Increasethe
Ilbe the rapidity of the How fIo into the Chagres ChagresA ChagrernAs
A As the boatmen proceeded up the stream streamremoving streamremovJ streamremoving
removing removJ g all n vegetation from its bed bedgaogs MdlUg hodaugs
lUg gaogs of laborers upon each bank brushed brushedcut brWbedcut bruhedcut
cut away aa the grass gra and removed all ob
fancy fa ncy There Ive bored you lOtI with talk talking talkIns ¬
Ins in g about myself but its It going to toror end endfor
for fo r I am taking the privilege ef excusing excusingmyself excuel excuelIftHIt
myself m yself and leaving early 11 Mrs ra Courtney Couruae Couruaea
Is a a lenient hoetese hoeteseYoull hoteeTouU ioeiees
Youll let me PUt you Into your cab cabsaid eabr cabaid
said s aid 141 Rtdgely Ridge1 Ridge1I ldreIJ
I would Quid if I expected to take one but bulm t
Im I m going back to Pearl street via the thefriendly thefriendly
friendly f street car It drops me within withinthree withinthree
three t Mocks of the door doorThree doorThree doorThree
Three blocks Oh I say Y Miss 111 Gray Grayson Grayon Grayon
son s on wont oot you let me meThank In InThank
Thank you OU no I shall 11 be perfectly J8Cectl J8Cectlate
safe ie Ive come coin and gone at my own free freewill tnem S Silt
w wt will m for the last week The people down downtbent j jthere
there t are a too busy bUB minding their own ownaffairsto 11 11natrto
affairsto i interfere with 1th mine mineA mineAt
A At few minutes mlnut later swathed atbed In a aark long longclark t
dark d ark coat that fitted closely and hid the the theolds
folds f olds of her dinner gown Miss II Graysoa Orayaoiailed
hailed h ailed a crosetown car It was a cloudy cloud eJoucJMlng cloudvening
eveatng e Mlng that threatened rain and before beforeshe fon
she s sb he reached her destination the storm storerotte
broke b rotte wildly the great drops falling CaUlD < < in ingust InguatJ Ii t
gust g usts against the t car windows The corner cornert cornerat r tr
at a t which Miss tIll Graysoa alighted
was w ut utterly utterly ¬
terly t erly deserted Pale Pal gleams ICORms from half halfopened balfopened
opened o pened tenement nemtnt shutters 8hutt r and the dim dimmurky dimmurky
murky m urky yellow yUo of the th street 4amp imps mps were werereflected wZeJft wee weeedreted dima a
reflected Jft r ted in the streaming gutters and the thesidewalks Us a
sidewalks s miniature pools Miss IN Grayton Graytonsplaahed I
plashed s Iallheel briskly ahead looking neither nettb r to te
the t he right nor to the left left till she nrared nearee
her Jw h er > r own abode and turned her head to toglance toglance is e
glance g lance in the windows The partition of ofwhat o isf f
what w hat had once been en a II narrow hall bad bac ot t
been b east removed and the whole was turned bacti ti
Into i nto a spacious > > pa < lou sittingroom sitU room The embers embersof embersor S
of o f A halfspent grate tire threw a softens mftenedcolor ii i
color c olor Ior over books and pictures and the tb 0
dark d erk thin face
of little Teeea who was wasseated wa waseated 5
seated s on the henrthrug bClSrtbru bClSrtbruWen
Wen Tessa T called Miss Grayson Graysonopening Gra8Oftopening
opening o the door and pausing a moment momentto t
to t o wrest freet the th key kit from the th reluctant lock
Did you ou sit up for me And where a
Miss Ia Ellteton ElltetonBut EllltonBYt
But Tessas slow sweet voice was waschecked wascheckd ns C I
checked c hecked midway mldwa in reply for of a sud sudden sudden anden ¬
den d en Miss 1181 Grayson was thrust violently vIolenti I
Into i nto the room room oom and the halfopened door doorwas doorWIUI den r
was w as closed behind bt > blnd her Against ga1net It leaned leanedthe leanedthe denci ci
the t he threatening figure of o Grinaldo his hislips bl bllips a
lips l ips set in an ugly line linoWhat 11MWhat
What do you oU mean by b breaking in inlike 10like ii n
like l this tblaT demanded Miss ilU Grayeon Grayeonsternly GrayOosternly Graysorternly I
sternly s quiet though a pulse beat hur hurriedly hurrieodly ¬
riedly r in her throat throatGrinaldo throatGrtna1do
Grinaldo fixed his narrow eyes 0 on her herAngry herA1Igr
Angry A1Igr A ngry red surged under the brownish brownishpallor brovJl18hpallor helit it
pallor p allor of his skin She had taken his hisdaughter hlaaughter hi hiaughter a
aughter d he hekl ttokl his daughter da hter who whoearned whoMlned wh 0
earned e for him Now Oo he had come to tofetch toCetch t 0
fetch f etch Tessa Te en away A She would Ould not be befound befound ii tS S
found f a II second time timeTessa timeTtt88
Tessa was staring starin at a window at the tbeother theotlMr th S
other o ther end of the room as It she he did not nothear nothear at thCt Ct
hear h ear Grinaldos words but Miss llss Gray Graysons Graysons atr r
sons s ons eyes were on the thin keen knife knifethat knifethat knit e
that t hat flickered IU kcred in his hand handIf handIf
If the lady screama or calla the police policeI a
I sinks now said Grinaldo softly pollch with witha wit witthreatening Uh Uha h
a threatening gesture gestureOh gestureOh gestureOh
Oh no you 01 dont cried Branton BrantonRidgely Brantonldgeb Brantonfidgety
fidgety ldgeb crashing In tbe window Indow with his hiswalking hisalklng htzwalking
walking alklng stick and vaulting over the sill sillwith sillUh
with Uh the Jump that had won on him a medal medalat mfJdllat
at college Beyond wore the amberlike amberlikelamps aml amberlikeamps > rlIke rlIkelamps
lamps l amps of his waiting hansom the rab rabman rabman cabman
man whistling shrilly for the police Miss MissGrayaon 1115Grason MissGrayson
Grayaon saw as through a maze the thethings th ththlllls thehings
things t that followed Rldgelys Rldgfl s arm armstriking armstrtklDe armtriking
striking s out and Grinaldo sprawling Sh Shheard Sill Sillheard ShAheard
heard Tessas cry r ot relief the startled startledvoice startledoleo startledoIco
voice oleo of Mine Il88 Blllston who panic panicstricken panifstricken pan panstricken
stricken was descending de cendlng the stairs stairsLastly stairsLstIy talrsL
Lastly L tly came the police It was Ridgely Ridgelywho Rldgtlho Ridgelywho
who ho told them the nacessary n nncessar C sal details t twas tftRS tfidgety
was ftRS fidgety who calmed the excited excitedMies excitedMiss
Miss 1188 Elllston and halfhysterical Tessa TessaIt TessaIt TessaIt
It was Ridgely Rldgel who came came to Sites IIss Gray Grayson Gra Gralion Grayson
son when it was all over with a fervent ferventThank ferventThank ferventThank
Thank heaven I was In time timeHow timeHow timelion
How did you know knowWhy kno knoWhy knowWhy
Why after you ou were gone I felt a apremonition npremonition apremonition
premonition so I took a cab and fol followed followed to totowed ¬
lowed lowedMiss lowedMi towedMIss
Miss Mi Elliston had discreetly turned tur her herback herback herback
back Miss Ml s Grayson Gra 5on lifted a bunch of ofviolets ofviolets ofviolets
violets from a bowl on the table and andheld andheld andheld
held them out to him himlostead himloetead himInstead
Instead of laurels she began tremu tremulously tremulousl tremuloucly ¬
lously louslyI lousl louslI
I couldnt coultIntI I cant cantOU you see seethat that Is Isstammered IssUUnmroo isstammered
stammered Ridgely coloring to the roots rootsof rootsor rootsof
of his hair hairTheir hairTheir hairTheir
Their eyes met metOh metOh metOh
Oh cried Miss Grayson with a deep
breath Then it was you OU who sent sentthem sentthem sentthem
them And the money mone too tooBut tooBut tooBut
But the initials she questioned per perplexedly perptexed13 perplexedly ¬
plexedly after a moments silence silenceStand silenceStand silenceStand
Stand for Earnest Trifler he said saidlightly saidIIghtl saidlightly
lightly IIghtl I thought Id like to help but butIm butIm butIm
Im pretty prett much of a thickheaded blun blunderbuss blunderbuss ¬
derbuss and didnt quite know how You Yousee YouHe Yousee
see a trifler wouidnt stand much of a achance achance achance
chance with you would he Miss Gray Grayson Gra Graon Grayeon
son on
sonAn An earnest trifler would she an answered answerel answored ¬
swered looking down at the violets she shestill shestill shestill
still held he In her hand handReally handReally handRosily
Really cried Ridgely with a delight delighthalf delightbait delighthalf
half boyish Ih Its impetuosity impetuosityYes ImpetuosltYes impetuosityYes
Yes really said Miss I1ss Eleanor Gray Grayson Gra Grason Grayson
son in a tone that made RIdgelys heart heartskip heartskip limitskip
skip at least three beats beatstCopfrelit beatsComicht beatsCopricht
tCopfrelit lSp7 1 li by b r C Eastaent
structlons s from the th stream itself As the theshallows theabaUo thehallows
abaUo s shallows were reached these were treated treatedIn treatedIn treatedn
In I n two ways 8ra With a gravel or dirt bed bedthe bedt bedhe
the t he e channel was deepened d pened and narrowed narrowedand narrowedand narrowednd
and a nd its banks confined by rough stone stonework stonework stonework
work Where Wh re there were ere cascades or orwide orral oralls
ral f alls over the soUd rock dynamite WM WMUftd wasused
used to blow out II a passage sufficiently 8umclentlwWe sufficientlywide
wide and deep to completely do away awaywith aa3wltb awaywith
with the permanent pools of water above aboveThe aboeThe aboveThe
The other streams were treated in much muchthe muchthe muchthe
the same me way waySource waySource Va VaSource
Source of Mnch Trouble TroubleThe TroubleThe TroulJeThe
The canal cut proper has been and is isa IIIL isa
a constant C lWtant sqorco q rco of o much trouble Here Hereoiling Hereoiling Hereoiling
oiling Is more effective but throughout throughouttbe
tbe t he canal cut much work has been done doneIn doneIn donen
In i n turning all the water Into tbe main mainditch maindlteh mainditch
ditch where It forms a swift running runningstream runnlDgtream runningstream
stream tream most unfavorable to mosquito mosquitobreeding moaqultobreeding mosquitobreeding
breeding Drip barrels of oil were placed placedat pla placedat ed edat
at points where the current slowed Iowed down downand downand downand
and this combined with the rapidity of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the current has h reduced the breeding in inthe Intbe inhe
the t he canal cut to a minimum minimumAt IDlalmumAt minimumAt
At no time during the month has b the themosquito thernoequlto themosquito
mosquito inspector failed after a little littlepainstaking IIltiepatftltaklng littlepainstaking
painstaking work to locate the point of ofinfection ofInfection ofnfection
infection i In any district reporting an anIncrraae anIncree anncrease
Incrraae I ncrease of malarial cases casesThis C8H8This casesThis
This Is a point of great interest The Themalarial ThenutlarlAI ThemalarIal
malarial reports r ports of the district physician physicianbeing physlclanllbeing physiciansbeing
being tabulated the number of cases in intbe Inthe inthe
the different camps is compared with withthat withthat withthit
that of the previous three weeks If Ifthere Itthere Ifthere
there is I a decided increase of malaria malariaat malariaat malariaat
at any an camp the inspector IDI tor cf that dis district district dirntrict ¬
trict is telephoned telepnv to look for the point pointof pointot pointof
of infection In Cec tlon The Tb mosquito Inspector Inspectorthen Impectorthen inspectorthen
then takes the Met and goes over the thewhole thitwhole thewhole
whole ground in order of greatest in increase Increalif Increase ¬
crease locating or confirming the point pointof pointot pointof
of infection and reports upon the themeasures theJ1MUU1eI themeasures
measures beet adapted ada ted for the removal removalof
of same me AU the laborers of this dis district district diitrict ¬
trict that can be spared from the dally dlII dlIIroUtllHl
routine work are at once concentrated concentratedat
at that point to make a swift Ift and effec effective effective effeclive ¬
tive end to the mosquitobreeding places
Tbe effectiveness eectiveipe of this system Is borne borneout borneout borneout
out by statistics statisticsA staUaticsCOliC
A Cone in Point PointMarch PoIntarch PointMarch
March arch 1 40Mile 40 Ule Camp had only what whatmight whatmtcbt whatmight
might be called a a normal percentage rcentage of ofmalaria ofmalaria ofmalaria
malaria On the week ended the 8th it itJumped ItJumlJd itjumped
Jumped to 14 on that of the 16th to toOn V VOn o oOn
On the 10th the moequlto inspector lo located 10eated Incited ¬
cited the point of infection In a large old
French scow cow that had been completely com pIe tel I
hidden by the overgrown Jungle The Th
larvae tarn In the scow were destroyed and
the immediate neighborhood brushed and andall andan andall
all vegetation between it and the camp eam eamcut
cut out The houses ho within which hlch adu aduanopheles adult adultanophet adultaziopheies
anopheles anophet were ere found were fumigated fuml ted
For the week w k ended April 6 only four fourcases tourcaaes fourcases
cases were reported and the rate has hascontinued hascontinued
continued normal every week I k since sincewhile sincewhile sincewhile I
while for the week ended May la 25 only
one on case ca was we reported from all the camps campsof campsof
of Pedro Miguel district and that was Vb
brought I ia from the Jungle outside out le of our ourmlt
limit mlt of action actionThe actionThe actionThe
The health conditions would seem to
be better than during the previous previousmonths previousmontlul previousmonths
months of American occupancy The
largest malarial percentage for any week t
has been IS while hUe it baa been down do as asw
tow 10 w as 52 The percentage JM ntase for all 11 dii diiThls cUIUH8 diises
UH8 ea ses baa run from II to 101 pr cent
nil Th is seems em not only due to favorable favorableclimatic favorablecUmatia favorablematio
climatic dll matio conditions but
largely largel to the I Iproved
unproved Im proved housing and feeding of the theemployes theemplOJ C Cployee
employes emplOJ emplOJSINGERS em ployee ployeeHUERS I ISINGERS
Discuss Di sous Project at Annual Picnic in inHeines inHeines I IHeines
Heines Grove GroveCommittee GroveCommittee Groveommittee
Committee C to Farther idea Will VilI 111 Be BeAppointed Dcppolnted Be i iAppointed
Appointed ppolnted at Next Meeting of ofUnited ofLnltetl ofUnited
United Organization OrganizationIf
If the sentiments expressed at the an annual hnual anpicaic ¬
nual picnic of the United Singers held heldat beldat I IFarm
at t Heines Hebae Farm on the Brightwood Bdg twood road roadyesterday roadytenlay H Hsterday
yesterday ye sterday materialized matertan d Washington will willin wiltIn willthe
in the not far distant future have a music musichall musichall sinai sinaiait
hall b ait which win 10 be a model ia every eYer re respect repect isect ¬
spect spectFrom sp pect pectFrom ect ectFrom
From early earl morning mornlD < < the members of the thethree thethr tb tbree
three thr th ree local staging ctnc societies composing comJMMdD comJMMdDthe cornpeeine < <
the th e Vereintgte Saenger or United Singers Singerstheir 81nb Singerseir
their th eir families friends and guests gue t by bystreet bTItreel bt btreet
street st reet cars carriages can1 f automobiles automobll and andafoot amiafoot a aoot
afoot af oot made their way wa out to the weN 1lI1known wellnown
known k nown grove to enjoy their yearly outing outin outina
Games a of all sorts for the children had sa saeen
been b een arranged arl1ln and tbe singing s1ngt section sectionof seetknJof sectkntLe i ie
of tLc different societies IOCl tiH at intervals Int rva flited flitedthe ftl ftlthe 51k
the th e air with lth harmonies of sweet song son IODWh4neTer sonhenever
Whenever V henever opportunity offered oU < < ed impromptu impromptuspeeches ImprOlDptuIPHCMS U Ueeches
speeches sp eeches were made madeThe IDa IDaThe madeThe
The keynote of the different addresses addresseswas addreaHIItbe addreapeas
was w as tbe necessity of a rn music hail in this tblaclt thi thity
city clt ci ty and John Waldman president prMld bt of the theSaengerbund theSaen th C Ceengerbund
Saengerbund Saen S rbund F Rockar of the Arion Arionand Arlorad ArlODaad
and s ad Mr 1 Helbig H lblK president pre ldtnt of the Ger Germanla Germania Getania
mania m ania Maennerebor dw dwelt < Mt it with ith particu particular particular particur I ¬
lar ta r emphasis on tbe fact that it was the theduty theduty th thI thuty
duty d uty of the United Singers to take tak the thefirst theftrst th a arst
first fi rst step tep in this thl direction It was do doelded d6 d6clded d dded
elded ci ded to appoint a committee at the next nextmeeting nextIDflttlng nec neceeting
meeting m eeting of the United Singers SingersAdolph SinseflAdolpb SingersAdolph
Adolph Levy of the Saengerbund the thewellknown theeUknon Ui i iellknown
wellknown w orator and humorist recited recitedan fpcltfdan recite reciten
an a n original orl < < iDBI poem on the Handel bust and andtbe andtbe an I
tbe t he necessity of erecting a hall to provide providea prohla prnvllbelie a
a home for the bronze memorial memorialNominations memorialNominatloni memorialNominations
Nominations and election eeetio of officers officershe of ofthe tittb
the tb t he Saengerbund being near at hand handthere handthere hamhere
there t here Is considerable speculation as to the theprospective theptWpecth Ui Uiroepective
prospective p candidates for the presidency presidencyof pre presidenef ldtncy ldtncyof
of o f the bund The names of John Wald Waldman Waldman Wairsia ¬
man a sia the present president of the society societyFrank societyFrank
Frank F rank Claudy poet laureate and d former formerpresident rormtrpreetMnt forms formsresident 5
president p resident and George W V Spier Sp r chairman chairmanof a af
of o f the Vienna committee are among those thosemost thosemo thos thosost
most mo m ost t prominently > mentioned In connection connectionwith connectionwith connecticith
with w ith the honor
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