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Sixteenth Street Scene of ofFlurry ofi ofFlurry
i Flurry Among Pedestrians PedestriansWAS PedestriansWAS PedestriansWAS
WAS MRS FLORENCE MERCIER MERCIERWhile MERCIERVI1IIe MERCIERWlIIe
While Walking on Way nT to Visit VisitRelatives VisitRclntlves VisitRehitIes
Relatives She I lit Overcome with witlxHeart withheart vUhJIcnrt
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Kcncy Jenc Ambulance Malccs Qulcl QulclRun QulckRun Qu1ciItunx
Itunx Run Physician Arrives Too Late LateMrs LnteMrs LateMrs
Mrs Florence Mecoier widow of ofCharloa orClinrlQ5 ofCliarlga
Charloa Merdar dropped dead at lt Six Slxtoonth Si Sitoanth Sixtoonth >
toonth and M l streets northwest yesterday yesterdayafternoon yesterdayafternoon estorday estordayafternoon
afternoon shertly shertl bolero 6 I oclock Thero Therewas Therowas Therowas
was much excitement on tho fashionable fashionablethoroughfare fashlonab1cthoroughfare fashionablethoroughfare
thoroughfare Coroner Novltt will Issue Issuea
a certificate corU ooto of death from heart disease dlsoasoairs dJsQasoJUrs diseaseMrs
airs Moroler lltad 11OII at the boarding boardlngtoouse boardingouso boardinghouso
toouse houso ouso kopt by Mrs Irs W B Richardson Richardsonl40t Richardson140i
1401 M street northwest for the past two twoyears twoyears twoyears
years She was regarded as a 0 woman of ofconsiderable otconrldornble ofconsiderable
considerable means Sho was w qulot and andrather ondrather andrather
rather uncommunicative uncommunlo tlve Theo had been boonnothing beennothing beennothing
nothing of late to Indicate that she was wasnot wasnot ivasnot
not In her usual health and It was with withno wlthno withno
no misgiving that she he left the house houseye3terday housoyeJterday houseyesterday
yesterday to call upon relatives relativesStoppers relativesStoC relativesStaggers
Stoppers StoC erll anti Falls Dead DeadMrs DcdMns DeadMrs
Mrs Moroler proceeded up M street and andas andas
as she approached Sixteenth street she shestaggered SilOstaggered eltostaggered
staggered and fell to tho pavement A Acrowd Acrowd Acrowd
crowd quickly gathered She was re removed removed removed ¬
moved to a nearby residence The Emer Emergency Emergency Emergency ¬
gency ambulance was telephoned for and andmade andmAde andmade
made a rapid run The ambulance BUr surgeon BUrgoon eurgoon ¬
goon pronounced the woman dead Tho Thobody Thobod Thebody
body bod was however removed to tho hos hospital hosplt1 hospital ¬
pital and tho coroner notified notifiedS
S B Mercier a brotherinlaw of tho thowoman thooman thewoman
woman oman residing at 1775 Iii T street north northwest northweat northwest ¬
west was advised of the death Under Underinstructions UnderInstructions Underinstructions
instructions from him the body bod was re removed removed romoved ¬
moved to the undertaking establishment establishmentof
of J William Loe Arrangements for tho thofuneral thofuneral thefuneral
funeral will be completed this morning morningAVas morninGn morningWas
Was n Native atIwe of Virginia VirginiaSirs YlrJlulnMrs VirginiaMrs
Mrs Mercier was as a native naU of Virginia Virginiaher Virginiaher Virginiaher
her father George W r Jan JaneT or being one oneof onao oneo
of o the most mo t prominent merchants of Lou Ixmdoun Loudoun Loudoun
doun County Coun Her first rst husband was Dr DrTownsend DrTowlUlcnd DrTownsend
Townsend Heaton of Leesburg Several Severalyears Severalyears Severalyears
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years after hit death she married Charles CharlesMerrier CharI CharlesMerrier os os1Iorcter I
Merrier who died several years eAr8 ago agoMrs qoII1I agoMrs
Mrs II1I Mercler ercler Is survived surVh by a II daughter daughterMrs dauChterMrs daughterMrs
Mrs Florence Marshal of Dunbar Pa Paand Paand Paand
and two sisters Mrs Irs Edgar McCray fcCra of ofLeesburs oCI ofLeesburL
Leesburs I burl and Mrs tnJ T II i i Ywidevonter Ywidevonterof
of the same place ploc All of them have haveben Imoben havebeen
ben notified noU ed of tho sudden death and andhave andhavf andhave
have wifed wt ed that they the will arrive In InWashington Inuhln1on inWashington
Washington uhln1on today todayFUNERAL toda todaFUNERAL todaYEJIERAL
FUNERAL OF A J 3ALFORD 3ALFORDFeeling HALFORDFeclll1J KALPORDFeeling
Feeling Tribute Pnid to II IIL La Mem Memory Memory em emor ¬
ory or liy lJ 1 Rev O S Dcnn DcnnTho DcnnTho DeanThe
Tho funeral of t J Halford the tF wall wallknown wol1known weltknown
known newspaper man pccurred at 3 3oclock 3I 3oclock
oclock yesterday eeter ay afternoon Brief BrietI serv services services ¬
I
ices were held at the residence 1822 1822Twentysecond 11tTentyteeODd l lTwentySecond
I Twentysecond street northwest con conducted conducted conducted ¬
ducted by Rev Re Dr Wood W ood of the Church Churchof
I or the Covenant and Rev Re O S Dean of ofPassalc orPassaJc ofPassaic
Passaic N J fatherinlaw of the de deceased deceased doceased ¬
ceased Only the family and Immediate Immediatefriends Immocllatofriends immediatefriends
friends were present presentRev pI presentRev ent entHe
Rev He Dr Dean DeanS In a a short review rei8t of ofMr orIr ofMr
Mr Ir Halfords busy bU8 life tce paid feeling feelingtribute CHilngtribute feelingtribute
tribute to his dualities of mind and Hbart Hbartand Itbartand hbartand
and his fine Christian character Ho was wasa Vo1l8II wasa
a II manly man who won and an hold the theesteem theesteem theesteem
esteem and trust of all who came to toknow toknow toknow
know him himBeautiful himI himBeautiful
Beautiful floral offerings from loving lovingfriends lovingfriends lovingfriends
I friends covered the casket The pall pallbearers pallbearers AlI AlII ¬
bearers were Hon John W Foster Sena Senator SenatOr Sonstor ¬
I tor J C Burrows Burrows Hon H B F Macfar Macfarland Macrarland lacArI
I land Hon Louts T Mlchener Ilchen Chief Jus lustice
I tice Stanton J Peelle of the Court of ofClaims otI ofCIaJms
I Claims David S Barry and W H HBaldwin HBaldwin HBaldwin
Baldwin BaldwinThe BaldwinThe BaldwinThe
The interment intermct was at Rock Creek CreekCemetery Creokcemotel1 CreekCemetery
Cemetery CemeteryDIRECTOR cemotel1DIRECTOR CemeteryDIRECTOR
DIRECTOR NEWELL LECTURES LECTURESReclamation LECTURESReclnmntlon LECTURESReclamation
Reclamation Work orl Intercuts 3Icn 3IcnClub JenIt JenItI MensCliii
Club of Christ Church ChnrchFrederick ChnrcllFrederick ChurchFrederick
I Frederick H Newell ew8l1 Director of t the thoUnited theUnited theUnited
United States Reclamation Service gavo gavoa
I a stereopticon lecture on the work of tho thoReclamation thoI theReclamation
Reclamation Service before the Mens MensClub MensCIub len8 len8Club
I Club of Christ Episcopal Church iint1 and ntl
their lady guests la Jut t night at tho Poto Potomac P Potomac to tomac ¬
mac Savings Bank Hall In Georgetown GeorgetownMr
Mr George A King president of the theMens theMens theMens
Mens Club Introduced the speaker The Thegroat TheI Thegroat
I groat concrete dams under construction constructionIn
In tho West Wo t held attention After the thelecture he helecture holecture
lecture refreshments were Voer served servedWIEL sonedWILL servedWILL
WILL TOUR FRANCE ON ONw WHEEL WHEELSecond W1IEELSccont1 ± mEL mELScconit
Second AJftlntant Secretary Sccretnr of State StateDeparts StnteDevarts StateDeparts
Departs on Annual Trip Tripv TrIpAhey TripAlvey
v Alvey A A Adee doe Second Assistant Secre Secretary Secrctary Secretary ¬
tary of State will leave today toda on hs hsannual hIsannual hsannual
annual bicycle trip abroad Ho will Ball Ballfrom sailtrom nailfrom
from New York on Thursday on the theLorraine theLorraine theLorraine
Lorraine of tho French Lino LinoHe LInoI LineHe
I He will be Joined upon his arrival in inEurope InI InEurope
I Europe by Alexander M lL Thackara con consul consul connut ¬
sul general at Berlin and Mrs Irs Thackara ThackaraThey ThackarnThey ThackagaThey
They will spend about six weeks touring touringSouthern touringSouthern touringSouthern
Southern France FranceRites FranaeRUes FranceRites
Rites for AVomnn Suicide SuicideFuneral SulcltleFuneral SuIcideFuneral
Funeral services for Mrs Mary rary A AWaller AWa1lcr AWeller
Waller who committed suicide at her herapartnents herapartnents herapartucnts
apartnents 2 2081 < K1 F street northwest last lastSunday lastSunday lastSunday
Sunday will be held at tho family home homethis homethis
this afternoon at 130 oclock Rev Re Enoch EnochH EnochH EnochH
I H Thompson pastor of tho Church Church of oftho oftho ofthe
tho Nativity officiating Interment will willbe willbe willbe
be In Rock Creek Cemetery CemeteryKntertnln Ccmetcr CcmetcrI ometery ometeryrntertnin
Kntertnln Your House Cue Cueat Guests GUCJltllat Guestsat
I at the th Raleigh restaurant and hear Ca Carueo Caruso Caruse
ruse Melba and other operatic stars ac ¬
companied by orchestra Tables reserved reservedOppoJie reserQdOJIPOlle reservedOppose
Oppose Street Extension ExtensionRepresentative ExtcnslonRepresentnUo ExtensionRepresentative
Representative Coopers bill providing
for a straight extension of New Hamp Hampshire Hampshire Hampshire ¬
shire avenue will be returned to tho thoHouso thoHouso theHouso
Houso District Commltteo by the Com Commissioners Commissioners Cornmissioners ¬
missioners recommending unfavorable ac action acWotch actlon ¬
tion tionWntcb tlonWatch
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LOCAL MENTION MENTIONEXCURSIONS MENTIONI MENTIONEXCURSiONS
I EXCURSIONS TODAY
Norfolk and Washington Steamboat Oomianjt Oomianjttleamcn 00mp1D1atcamm Comunysteaxnrs
tleamcn from foot of ScTtnth nnth street for Old Point PointI
I Comfort and Norfolk dally at 615 p m mSteamer IDe IDeSteamer inStemcr
Steamer Charles Macalester for Mount Vernon VemonLeans VemcmUfl Vernontsiei
Leans Ufl SorenUi street wharf at 10 a m and ansl li lip 1 11J ltp
p m mCan mt inCar
t Can Car from Fifteenth street t and New York arena arenaCTCTT aTnn1DeYcrr ay
E = CTCTT Quarter hour h for f Zoo Park Cher Chen Cnise Cbu and andKeniinstoa andExcentional let
t Keniinstoa KeniinstoaExceptional Ke
Exceptional Care In Selection of Fab Fabrics Fabrice ¬
t rice and highest tailoring skill give char character character character ¬
acter to Snydermade clothes Call and andsoo andseo andsee
= see tho new suitings for spring and sum summer summer ¬
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Art in Will Willow W and Prairie Grass GrassHERES GrassT
HERES real ART in fash fashI fashioning a aloning
THERES T I ionino ioning loning VILLOW V ILL I L L 0 W V and andGRASS andGRASS andGRASS
GRASS into the charming charmingpieces charmingpicces ji jilCCCS
pieces lCCCS of furniture we show showDainty showDainty I IDainty
Dainty Tables Restful Rockers RockersPretty RockersPretty RockersPretty
Pretty Settees and other useful and andclever andclever andclever
clever designs form the most at attractive attractive ¬ j I I Itractive
tractive Summer Furniture that can canbe canbe canbe
be imagined Let us show you the thegreat thegreat thegreat
great variety of styles we have as asmanufactured assembled assenibled
sembled in every shape and color colormanufactured colormanufactured
manufactured manufacturedWhen manufacturedWhen manufacturedWhen
When in Doubt Buy of ofHOUSE ofHOUSEHERRMANN ofHOUSCCHERRMANN
HOUSE HOUSEHERRMANN HOUSEHERRMANNSeventh HERRMANN HERRMANNSeventh
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PREDICTS LOVE DROUGHTLicense DROUGIIPLicense DROUGHT DROUGHTlicense
license Clerk Blames Big Hats and andSuffragists andSuffragists andSuifragists
Suffragists SuffragistsOftcra SuffragistsOffcrs SuifragistsOffers
Offers to Found a 0 fStrnnfrerii Strnner Club Clubto Clubto Clubto
to Aid Those Who Lncl Oppor Opportunity OpportunltT Opportnnlty ¬
tunity to Meet Icet nnd Coo CooThere CooThero CooThere
There will bo slump In matrimony thl thlyear thiS thlleer thiSyear
year eer If CoL R P Below who presides presidesover presldsoer presidesover
over the th license desk at the courthouse is isany I Iany taany
any Judge JudgeCol jUdgeCol judgeCol
Col Belew has made a study mtud of matri matrimony matrimony matrimony ¬
mony Ho has arrived at tho conclusion conclusionthat cODcluslonthat conclusionthat
that there are a number of circumstances circumstanceswhich olrcumstancoswhich olrcumstanceswhich
which combine to lessen marriages in inWashington Inr inWashington
Washington r 9hlngton The reasons ro sons ore the high highcost highcost highcost
cost of living enormous cost of ladies ladloahats ladl06hats ladieshats
hats tho suffragist agitation lack of op opportunity 01 01portunUy opportunity ¬
portunity portunityTho portunUyTho portunityThe
Tho last reason ro ZSOD in the opinion of Col ColBolew ColBalew CotBolew
Bolew ia more to blame than all others othersfor othersCor othersfor
for the falling off In the number of mar marriages marrlagN marriages ¬
riages Between 40CO and 4500 50 marriage marriagelicenses marrlalelIccn6S marriagelicenses
licenses are Issued annually but tho num number number number ¬
ber this year is not expected to reach so sohigh eo111gh sohigh
high Col B Below lew is of the opinion that thatthe thattho thatthe
the formation of a strangers club where whereyoung wheroyoung wiero wieroyoung
young man and woman omon who have M no op opportunity opJortunlty opportunity ¬
portunity to go out and mako acquaint acquaintances aCQualntnccs acquaintances ¬
ances could come together to etber would not notonly noti notonly
only help very much to result in added addedpleasure addedI addedpleasure
pleasure and happiness happin to those who be became became ¬
r came members but would in all prob probability probabl1lty probability ¬
ability result in happy matrimonial von ventures VOlture vontures ¬
tures Col Belew Is ready to answer all allquestions aUqUNtlon allquestions
questions relating to this proposed club cluband clubAnd cluband
and would be b glad lad to suggest roles rul and andregulations andrtgulUona andrguliUoni
regulations governing the organization organizationCIECUS organizationCIRCUS organizationCIRCUS
CIRCUS IS COMING COMINGi C01lIINGDarnuIll COMINGltnrziuin
i
DarnuIll II am n in and Bailey nnllc Will 111 Shovr in inCapital InCupltnl inCapital
Capital May Jilt i 9 and 10 1ONumber 10OXumber 10Number
Number t Past Paste that In your our hat hatHey batHer hatHey
Hey you OU with 1th the pink tie Make lake your yourdate yourdata yourdate
date in advance or somebody somebod mebody will beat HatOOU beatyou
5 you ou to It IU Number umber t is the lucky J ekT day dayand dayand dayand
and its May Ma Iay 9 Barnum and Baileys Baileyscircus BaUoysclreus Baileyscircus
circus will 111 show up In Washington WashingtonThis 1VuhlnctOftThis WasbintOitThis
This fact is being heralded by a acrow aicrewof crew crewof I Ior
of thirtyfive men who arrived in lnWsh lnWshington AVash AVashington I IIngton
ington yesterday on the No o 1 advertising advertisingcar
car The date Is announced for Monday Mondayand Mondayand Iolldyand
and Tuesday Tue da May 9 and 10 10Barnum 10Barnum 10Barnum
Barnum and Baileys circus has 1m always alwaysbeen alwasbeen alwaysbeen
been tho leader in size and Quality but butthis butthis butthis
this rear they claim to be bringing hero harethe herotho herothe
the largest show that has over been or organized organized organized ¬
ganized to travel travelChief travelCble travelChief
Chief among 6JnonS the features is the act of ofJupiter ofJupiter ofJupiter
Jupiter the balloon ba loon horse This animal animaldescends animaldo animaldescends
descends do cends In a a shower of fireworks Des Desperado De Deperado Desperado ¬
perado a young oung Frenchman Frenc n furnishes furnishesthe furnishesthe furnishesthe
the thriller by jumping from a small smallplatform smallplatrorm smallplatform
platform in the dome of the tent and andalighting andalighting andalighting
alighting on his bare chest on a 8 email emailcurved 6f1aJl 6f1aJlcurved ejnallcurved
curved skid placed on the theground ground some someeighty someel someeighty
eighty el hty feet below belowThe belowThe belowThe
The menagerie has been greatly groat en enlarged enlarged enlarged ¬
larged and the big feature of the great groatzoos greatzoos roat roatwas
zoos is a real baby giraffe born January JanuaryIS Jan ar arI
IS I at Bridgeport Conn ConnJohn CoanJohn
John T GoIlll110rough h In Hurled Durlet1Tho BuriedThe HurledTho
Tho body of John T Goldsborough who whodied whodied whodied
died Sunday Sunda was wa taken to Baltimore yes yesterday yesterday e eterda
terda terday for interment in Loudon Park ParkCemetery PllkCemetery ParkCemetery
Cemetery Funeral services were held heldyesterday heldcltorday heldyesterday
yesterday afternoon at the residence re lt1enec 1300 1300C 1 1C 1OOC
C street northeast Rev Father Wunnen WunnenIxirg Wunnonberg Vunnonberg
berg pastor p tor of St Marys Catholic CatholicChurch CatholicChurch CatholicChurch
Church officiating
CENSUS FIGURES FOR TAFT TAFTShow TAFTShow TAFTShow
Show More Than Million Pounds of ofr ofPaper ofPaper
r Paper Used for Printing PrintingSecretary PrintingSecrctnr PrintingSecretary
Secrctnr Secretary Kneel Says SnS Director Da DarnmlM Dnrnntls BaReport
rnmlM Report Is I Surprise nn nnto nsto asto
to Extent of the Work TVorlcPresident WorkPr WorlPresident
President Pr ldont Taft learned yo YOAt yoitrdsy Urday day that thatZ335479
1335479 pounds of papor were used in inprinting Inprinting inprinting
printing blanks schedules slips UPfi and andpunch ondpunch andpunch
punch cards for or enumerators In the thethirteenth thethlrtoQnth thethirteenth i
thirteenth census A hundred million In Individual Individual individual ¬
dividual punch cards wore Issued Tho ThoPresidents ThoPresidents ThePresidents
Presidents proclamation was printed pllnt in inEnglish InEnsllih inEnglish
English in 170000 copies and in foreign foreigntongue forolgntongue foreigntongue
tongue in 170000 170000Those 170000Thoso 170000Those
Those facts in elaborate detail ware re reported reported roportod ¬
ported by b Census Director Durand to toSecretary toS toSecretary
Secretary S cretao Nagel Nagel on the first day of o the thebiff thebig thebig
big undertaking and > fIr Ir Nae XIel l sent sentthem scntthem senttheta
them to the President yesterday ye terday with 1th the thefollowing thefol1olnl theroIlovfng
following letter letterMy letterly letterMy
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JIOUftI 1 CHARLES XAOEL XAOELORRIN NAGELORRIN XAGELORRIN
ORRIN G STAPLES LOSES LOS S SUIT SUITIVidovr SUITldoT SUITWidoir
IVidovr ldoT of Man Killed by Explosion Explosionof
of Coffee Urn Get Geti 3IJOOJudgment 3500 3500Judgment JrJOOJudgm
Judgment Judgm nt for 5K9 I6 was awarded yes yesterday yeatenia yesterday ¬
terday tenia against Orrin G Staple by b a ajury ajury ajury
jury in the District Supreme Court to tothe tothe tothe
the heirs of Albert Flynn who ho was killed killedby killedby killedby
by the explosion of a coffee coee urn Jan Janwan Jantsar
wan tsar 10 ISM 1 at the Rlggs House where wherehe wherehe whereho
he was employed The widow now Mrs MrsGeorgia MrsGeorgia rs rsGIOrgia
Georgia Sprow asked for JAGOO JAGOORATPINS 14000HATPINS CM CMHATPINS
HATPINS WIN DECISION DECISIONCorporation DECISIONCorporntlon DECISIONCorporation
Corporation Counsel Hold Congress CongrcnsXccil ConlirCIXcetl Congresseetl
Xccil eetl Xot Act ActAfter ActACter ActAfter
After an investigation I Corporation CorporationCounsel CorporationCouDHl CorporationCounsel
Counsel f Thomas homaa has given the following followingopinion tollov1ngopinion followingopinion
opinion on 5tho tho hat pin which it is isunderstood ItJundoratood Isunderstood
understood the Commissioners will 111 ap approve 111 111prove approve ¬
prove proveTho proveThe proveThe
The Commissioners have the power to tomako tomako tomake
mako usual and reasonable police regu regulations recuI recuIlations regulatiesis ¬
lations for Cor the protection of lives limbshealth limbs limbshealth I Ih6ftlth
health comfJrt com trt and quiet of o all 11 parsons ptrsonatherefore ptrlOmIthereforo parsonstherefore
therefore there does do os net appear to be beI beany beany
I any necessity necQ 8lty for an act of Congress on onthis onthis onthis
this subject subjectMONUMENT subJectMONUMENT subjectMONUMENT
MONUMENT TO SELFRIDGE SELFRIDGETallot SELFRIDGETnned SELPRIDGETallest
Tallest Shaft in in Arlington ArUn on Marks MarksAero Markscro fnrJuAcro
Aero cro Victim Ictlm Grave GraveOver GraveOor G1avcOver
Over the grave of Lieut Selfrtdge Selrrld e in inArlington InArllnston InArlington
Arlington Cemetery c tery has ha just been erect erected erected erectod ¬
ed a monument Selfrldge was the army armyofficer armyo armyomeer
officer o lcOI killed by the fall of the Wright Wrightseroplano Wrightaero WrightserQplauo
seroplano aero lano At Fort Fort Myer Iyer September 17 17IMS 17100ft
IMS IMSThe 1000Th
The Th monument Is the largest larcst granite graniteshaft graniteshaft ranlte ranlteshatt
shaft in Arlington It was erected by byA b bA byA
A E SolfrWge trJdge father of the officer as a atribute atribute atribute
tribute of the family f rnl1r It Is forty feet feethigh feethigh feethigh
high the base being thirty thlrt feet square squareMr fMIuareJlr squareMrs
Mr Mrs Dnnmlrea Funeral Tomorrovr TomorrovrFuneral TomorrowFuneral TomorrovrFuneral
Funeral services for Mrs lrs Rosa C CDunmlre CDunmire CDunrniro
Dunmlre who was accidentally nccJdentalJ killed killedMonday kUJedMondn killedMonday
Monday Mondn will be held tomorrow at the thefamily thefamily thefamily
family residence 119 Eighth street south southeast southeast southeast ¬
east
HAS CURE FOR CRIME CRIMEEducate CRllEEducate 1 1Educate
Educate Parents the Advice Adviceof Adviceof Adviceof
of Mrs Frederic Schoff SchoffADDRESSES SchoffADDRESSES SchoffADDRESSES
ADDRESSES MOTHERS MOTHERS CONGRESS CONGRESSNational CONGRESSltntlonnl CONGRESSNational
National President Who VIIO Ha5 Un Spent SpentISiglit SlCntElgJt SpentEigle
ISiglit t Years cnrs Studying Crowded CrowdedPrisons Orowdedl CrowdedIrisons
Prisons l Declares Children With AVlthout Without Vlthout
out Training Are Those Who Vllo Be Become Deconte Beconic ¬
come Lawless Citizens CitizensDeclaring CitizensDeclaring
fi fiDoolartng
Declaring that crime Is the result r ult of ofneglected orneglectod ofneglected
neglected education and that this nog neglect noglect ¬
lect la duo directly to tho ignorance of
the father or mother Mrs Frederic FredericSchoff FrederlcSchoft FredericSchoft
Schoft national president of the Con Conof Conr0llll Congross
gross r0llll of Mothers made a plea for bettor bettoreducation bettereducation bettoreducation
education of parents before the District Districtcongress Districtcongreas Districtcongress
congress at the Shoreham Hotel Jut laatnight Jutnight lastnight
night Mrs SehofC has been engaged in inthe tnthe Inthe
the study of crime and Its causes for formore tormore formore
more than eight years yearsParents yearsParents enrs enrsParents
Parents said Mrs Schoff need odu education oduCfLUon oducation ¬
cation much more than children They Theyare Theyaro Theyare
are the ones to whom we should devote devoteour devoteour devoteour
our attention at present pre ent 1C we are to save savetho saveth savethe
the th child Every mother moth r and father must mustbo mustbo mustbe
bo taught just what to do with the child childand childand childand
and how It should be treated under all allcondition sllcondition allconditions
condition If we are to solve the problem problemof Probl < m mot
of tho prison prisonPunishment vr1Hnlunl prisonlnnisliment
Punishment lunl brncnt Does Doe Not ot Avail AvailNo AvailNo
No judge or jury or any term of o 1m ImprlHnment ionprisonment i iprlsonment
prlsonment can do anything for the child childwhose childWbOM childwhose
whose education has been neglected neglectedshe neglected8h
she 8h said and it is to the parents aloie aloiethat alolethat alorothat
that we must look for the betterment ennent of ofconditions orcontUllon ofconditions
conditions conditionsIn contUllonIn
In investigating lJ hieet1gatIng e tiating the causes of o crime crimein crlmeIn crimeIn
in this country Mrs Irs Schorr has found foundthat Coundthat foundthat
that In nearly every case the criminal criminalha criminalhlUf criminalhas
ha has been neglected In childhood Some Sometime Sometime Sometime
time kp go sh sbe addressed Inquiries to thou thousands thouItl thousands ¬
sands Itl da of convicts Co ftYlc to find out to what whatthey whatthey hat hatthey
they attributed their the evil life and she shefound shefound shefound
found In most cases that the parents parentswere parentswere parentswere
were to blame for the development d of the thecriminal thecriminal thecriminal
criminal instinct instinctMnclt InaUnctJlnch instinctMuch
Much Cause In Schools SchoolsMrs SchoobIrs SchoolsMrs
Mrs Irs Schoft severely severelyscored t tscored scored the tendency tendencyof tendenc tendencof
of the public schools achoolato to ram knowledge knowledgeinto knowledgeInto knowledgeinto
into the heads of scholars saying that thatthis thatthis thatthis
this wrn ua IU > harmful and was the cause of ofmuck ormuck ofmuch
muck sickness s knees and bad sight among the thescholars theacbolar thescholars
scholars scholarsA acbolarA
A reception was tendered to Mrs M Schoff Schoffby Schottby Schoffby
by the District Congress ot Mothers be before before before ¬
fore her address a4dc Mm Mr8 A Blrnoy presi president president president ¬
dent of the local body assisted Mrs MrsSchoff MrsSchoff Irs IrsSahol
Schoff in receiving receivingMr receivingMrs
Mr Mrs Ira ScholT has b been appointed one of ofthe otthe ofthe
the delegates delQ5t to the Home Education EducationCongress EducationCaner EducationCongress
Congress Caner to be held in Brussels In Au AuSUNDAY Aupat AuF5t
pat patSU1TDAY F5tSThNDAY
SUNDAY SCHOOL GIVES PLAY PLAYpSt PLAYst
pSt st Patricks Church Dramatic Club ClubComedians ClubCornedlnna ClubComedians
Comedians Score in Roles RolesFor RolcsFoe Roles7or
For One Night Only was u the title of offouract ofa ofa
a fouract comedy eomed given by the Dramatic DraswiUcClub DramaucClub DramaticClub
Club of 0 St Patricks Churrh Sunday Sundayschool SundaYschool SundayschooL
school hut night in new Carroll Hall HallThe HaUThe HallThe
The play was staged wider direction of ofJohn otJ ofJohn
John J vim O Allen and Dennis Den E Eo Coniwll ConiwllPaul CcNatMIlPaul CoandiPast
Paul Hines John O Allen and Miss MissJohanna MISSJohanna MissJobeArntI
Johanna Gloetxner were exceptionally exceptionallyctaver aeeptkmeUydeV6I exceptionallyclever
clever ctaverThe cleverThe I IThe
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was played piaJ by Dennis E Con Coons nail madam madamof ma madamof em emor
of the lb house Miss M Helen Gantley GanU Mrs MrsNewman MrsNe MrsNewman
Newman Ne n Miss Ita Annie Connors Dr Dr New Newman Newman Newman
man Francis J Hartnett the theolovers olovers oloversMIM lovers loversMiss loversMIa
Miss MIa Margaret Corcoran and James S SMcKee SXcKe SMcKee
McKee McKeeY XcKeY McKeeY
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Terminal Railroad Branch rnnch Starts StartsNoon StartXOOn StartsNOON
Noon Entertainments BntcrtnlnnientiiThe
The Terminal Y M C A has ha Intro Introduced Introduced Introductd ¬
duced entertainments for the th employes employesof
of the railroad company at the noon noonhour noonhour noonhour
hour Next Thursday Thur day at t noon at the theIvy theIY theIvy
Ivy IY City CIt shops and Friday at noon at atthe atthe atthe
the coach yard building Archie Leon LeonFrench LeonFrench LeonFrench
French Impersonator tmperso Ater ventriloquist and andImitator andImitator andimitator
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of price priceBut priceBut priceBut
But he COULD NOT get better soles solesbetter solesbcttcr I Ibcttcr
bcttcr heels hcelsbetter better uppers uppersbetter better linings and andstiffcningsthan andstiffcnings andstiffcnings
stiffcningsthan stiffcnings than we useinourgrcatTRIWEAR useinourgrcatTRIWEARSHOES usein use in our greatTRI great TRIWEAR TRIWEARSHOESat WEAR WEARSHOESat
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To the average business man of today careful attention attentionto
to the little niceties nic ties of life is as important as it is to the smart smartsociety smartsociety smartsociety
society woman Such a man appreciates app eci tes service on railroad railroadtrains railroadtrains railroadtrains
trains which will permit him to give this attention to his per personal personal personal ¬
sonal habits habitsThe habitsThe habitsThe
The limited trains of the Pennsylvania Railroad offer offerall offerall offerall
all the appointments of the best homes hotels and clubs In Inaddition Inaddition Inaddition
addition to bathrooms and barber shops with valet service the thecareful thecareful thecareful
careful man may obtain manicure service at the hands of ex expert ecpert ¬
pert operators which is available at convenient con ient hours during duringthe duringthe duringthe
the trip tripThis tripThis tripThis
This service which whi < h is s available to both men and women is a awelcome awelcome awelcome
welcome addition to1 t the other special features of the Limkeds Limkedsstenographers Limitedsstenographers Linikedsstenographers
stenographers electric lights libraries of current literature literatureand literatureand literatureand
and periodicals comfortable sleeping accommodations and the thebest thebest thebest
best dining carservice car service in the world worldThe worldThe worldThe
The Pennsylvania Special The Pennsylvania Pennsyh ania Limited Limitedthe limitedthe Limitedthe
the 24Hour St Louis the 24Hour New Yorker and andthe andthe andthe
the St Louis Limited each offer these special features com combined combined cornbined ¬
bined with a running schedule best adapted as to time and andspeed andspeed andspeed
speed to all classes of travelers travelersTicket travelersTicket travelersTicket
Ticket Agents Ag nts of the Pennsylvania Railroad Rai1roa will be glad gladto gladto gladto
to furnish time time tables tickets Pullman reservations and full fullinformation fullinformation fullinformation
information to intending passengers
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tho Roads several days tI6 S ago Seaman C CW CW Cw
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launch Hopkins swam to the rescue rescueand rescueand rescueand
and held him In safety until both were weretaken weretaken weretaken
taken aboard aboardMusical aboardInlenl aboardMusical
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The Pirates of Penzance was as success successfully successfully successfully ¬
fully presented by the Entre Nous Musi Musical Musical Iusl Iuslcat ¬
cal Club of St Marks Church last night nightat nightat nightatOdd
at atOdd Odd Fallows F 1Jows Hall The Sunday school schoolhad schoolhad schoolhad
had charge of the performance The pro proceeds proceeds proceeds ¬
ceeds are for the benefit of the parish parishdebt parishdebt parish4ebt
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