OCR Interpretation

The Washington herald. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1906-1939, April 24, 1910, Second Part, Image 19

Image and text provided by Library of Congress, Washington, DC

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn83045433/1910-04-24/ed-1/seq-19/

What is OCR?

Thumbnail for 8

ii ii iiVITIT
r I
I 8 THE I flr4 WASHINGTON vta11Ik1Au I fl442 HERALD UjaflL4J3 S SUNDAY APRIL AlRIL 241910 24 1910
Items Item General and andPersonal andPersonalOf Personal PersonalOf
Of Interest to G P 0 Workers Workers
The regular re Ular monthly meeting meetln of the Co Columbia Co3umbla ¬
lumbia 101 Athletic Association will 111 be beheld behold behold
hold at Typographical Temple at 3 oclock oclocktoday oclocktodlY oclocktoday
today Local Director Frank Lorch will willpresent w111pr willpresent
present pr t some Important matters pertain pertaining pertaInIng pertainIng ¬
ing to the th coming International tourna tournament tournament tournament ¬
ment and matters of local importance importancewill lmportancewm Importancewill
will como up for consideration considerationChief considerationChlet considerationChief
Chief Doorkeeper Barry McCaxnmon is isonce Isonce Isonce
once more on duty after a vacation of ofsixty otsixty ofsixty
sixty days every minute of o which he hesays heBays besays
says he and his most estimable wife en enjoyed enjoyed cnjoyed ¬
joyedMrs joyedIr joyed joyedMrs
Mrs Ir H D YounfirTwi0 Young Youngwlfo wlfo o ot H D Young Youngof Youngo YOUgof
of o the proofroom who has been quite 111 111for 111tor Illbr
for four weeks past with neuritis Is so somuch somuch
much Improved as to bo about her room roomMIES
Mis Mls Lillian Russell of tho proofroom proofroombas
has secured the services of Charley Purdy Purd Purdto Purdyto
to coach her Bible class of Advent Church ChurchIn ChurchIn
In the th final rehearsals rehoarsn of o the drama they theynro theyaro theyare
are to present at that church on the even evenIngs evenin ovenlnof
Ings in lnof of May 3 end 4 next nextH nextH oxt oxtH
H C Eepey foreman fore of tho forwarding forwardingnnd orward1ngand
nnd finishing section of tho bindery binder Is Isspending Isspen IsspendIni
spending spen lng flfteen days at Atlantic City CityAmong CityAmong
Among the recent graduates gro uat6S of the thetnlt6d
United States Collage of Veterinary Bur Burpeons Surgeons
geons Is T P Polk of the bindery Dlncloryone
one of tho moat popular mombors of
local 1 cal union No No4 4 I B of B Dr Polks Polkspopulerlty
S popularity was much In evidence at his hisgraduation
graduation when his fronds presented presentedhim pr onted ontedhim
him with ftJj a leather grip and case of otphials
phials The doctor has also passed the theexamination
examination prescribed pr rfbed for veterinary etorlnar etorlnarsurgeons
surgeons by tho District authorities authorltfMVttterinary
Veterinary surgery would seem to be a alavorlte
favorite profession of tho bookbinders bookbinderstour
four members of that craft recently grad graduatJng
uatlng from the United States College CoUe e of oCYeterlnary
Veterinary Surgeons SureonsGeorge
George Schlosser Scblo lOr watchman on the theeouth thesouth thesouth
south wing of the sixth floor ic enjoy enjoying UJoYlng
ing his annual vacation acatlon leave loveAnother
Another wellknown oxomploye exomplo of o the theG theG theG
G P O passed awiy aw1 during durln the week weekaft
after aft r an Illness of one week weekAndre Andrew J Jtnnt
Kenney tnnt father of Foreman Louis P Ken Kennt
nt ney of the linotype JFtyPe night section The Thedpceued
deceased will be recalled by b the older em employes emJloy employes ¬
ployes Jloy especially e peclally of the typographll typographicalfraternity typographllfrattrnlt
fraternity frattrnlt during Public Printer Palmers P 1mersadmlnlstratJon
administration serving fng in a s clerical ca capat
parity pat I t Mr r Kenney wa w accredited with withbeing withb
being b lng the pioneer newspaper man of Iowa Iowaand
and Nebraska and upward upvArd of forty tort tortpars
years pars ago successfully established news newspapers newspapers
papers in sections of those States not notthfn
then traversed by railroads Born In InPhiladelphia
Philadelphia PL ho began his news newapa
paper pa r work In that city when a young youngman
man in Toledo Ohio subsequently re removing
moving to the far West He served JoIved one oneterm oneterm
term In the legislature I aturo of Nebraska ebrnska In
1RS9 1 9 Although having survived his three thrMscore
score years year and ten Mr Kenney was 8 8unusuaJly
unusually active He had been a real remdtnt
dent of Washington the past twenty twontyars
years yearsE ars arsE
E L Brloe the proprietor of the Star StarLmindry StsrLoondry
Laundry who was recently relieved of a alar
largo lar o sum of money and valuables was wasformerly
formerly a compositor on the night force forcebefore forcebefore
before the h occupancy of the new building buildingHepre buildingRoprtWentatJoSOUthwlek
Hepre RoprtWentatJoSOUthwlek entatlxre SouthwIck of Xew York Yorknnd Yorknnd
nnd brother of Harvey J Southwlck of otthe ofthe
the monotype section has ha introduced a abill 811i1l abill
bill In the House to give gh a H 10 > per cent centIncrease centIncrea
Increase Increa o of pay to all employes ernplo S of the ihogovernment thogovernment theIovernment
government governmentMessrs Iovernmentreur
Messrs reur Hawley Ha Iy and Mullan ullon of the thodocument thedocument
document section are on the sick list lletTh
The Th election for delegates to tho Inter Internat1oMI
national convention in Washington Press PrMBmens
mens Union Q on Thursday Tbur night resulted reultedIn rsultein I
In the choice of Carl Van White htte and andna Mor Morris lor lorrls ¬
ris Bretzfeider of the G P PO O and Will WillIam
lam J Dooley Doole of the Bureau of Engrav
Ing and Printing PrintingOn Prlnt1n Prlnt1nOn
On one of former Public Printer
Leechs u t ehs suggestion blanks during the thepast thepast th
past week the
following memoranda were werefound wonfound
found written rllten by a a messenger boy bo boThat
That I be furnished two 2 pairs of otrnll ol olroller
roller rnll r skate and a a bicycle with which whIc I
to further my work a movable walk walkrunning walkrunning
running between this section and the theproofroom theproofroom
proofroom would be all right The string stringto trtngto
to fasten me to the boss is not neces neceary nocessary
sary ary It was properly indorsed Indo e but butwas butwas bul L
was not forwarded forwardedThe
The bulletin boards In the various arloulBprlnUng
printing sections of the office are coy co cocred
cred with election literature setting forth forththe fOlththe 1
the merits of the J various candidates for fo folnternaUonal foInternational 1
international offices om otflhs e at the approaching approachingelection apPfMchlngelection
election on May ray IS 15Tho
Tho social functions promoted by the thevarious theIrlou tlii 1
S various Irlou State societies socloU have bocome quite quitea
a feature of Washington life and people peoplefrom peoplefrom i
from the printing office are not only onlyprominent onlyprominent onI r
prominent in these events cv nt but much of oftho oCtho o f fthe
tho talent to recruited from their ranks ranksTho ranksThe
The Mississippi Societys latest was 1 an anenjoyable Annjoyablo a 1
enjoyable affair two of the principal l fea features features
tures of their programme being tho sing ¬
ing of Ben Lineback and the monologue monologueof monolouecr S Sof
of Goorgo M Ramsey consisting of ofstories ofstories o f fstories
stories in both prose and verse verseHynes verseHmn or90 or90rln
Hynes rln Terry T81r of the guide force was washeld wash wa S SS Sheld 1
S held h ld up by b a a strongarm near the Union UnionStation UnionStatIon a aStation
Station In Baltimore late one night nS ht last lastweek lastwppk las t twek
week but his glib tongue so confused the thewouldbe thewoulIbe tb tbwouldbe 5
wouldbe robber that he bungled the Job Joband j6band j61 j61and
and got Into the hands of o tho police policeWilliam policeWflUam policeWilliam
William H Lentz the popular po ular corrector correctorIn r
In the pressroom was married on Wed Wednesday Wednf Wedtieday ¬
nesday nf da last at the residence ro ldence of tho brides bridesmother bridesmother bride a
mother In Danville Ky I to tOlI188 Miss Eugenia EugeniaPulliam EugeniaPulliam 5 L
Pulliam a relative to Dr Pulliam of tho thonight thonIght Ui Uinight a j
night proof force rotce After visit
a to Cin Cincinnati Cincinnati L Lcinnati ¬
cinnati and Columbus tho home of the theercom thegroom th 0 0grcom j
groom the happy MPP couple will return to toWashington toVAshl t 0 0Washington j
Washington VAshl ton about May Iay 1 1One 1One IOne
One of the ablest a1 > reports over pre presented preE pr prsented ¬
sented E > nted before Columbia Union was that thatmade thatmade the themade t
made by Dr James R Armstrong rmstrong last lastSunday lastSunda liii I t tSunday
Sunday Sunda detailing the Investigation made madeby madeb mad e eby B
by b his committee of the conditions of the theprinting theprInting th a aprinting
printing offices office in Washington WashingtonPressman WashingtonPressman ashlngtonPreaman
Pressman Rosalsky Ro k has returned to the theoffice themee th a aomee J
< office mee after a months absonco on account accountof accountor accour Lt Lto t
of o sickness looking much improved improvedChairman ImproyodChalrman improvediairmn
Chairman William N Brockwoll of the thojToofroom thevroofroom tit I0 I0iiroofroOm 3
jToofroom missed last Sundays union unionnoting unionnetin unlo a anetiflg i
noting netin and was also absent from work workduring workdurlnr wor k kduring c
during the week by reason of an attack attackof nttaokor attac k kof <
of rheumatism rheumatismMrs rheumatlarnIrl rheuniatlemMrs
Mrs Irl Jessie McKonny has returned to tofcer tobf 0 0lwr D
fcer bf > r duties in the pro s division attar a afew ntt afeV i
few tt days II UlnsMk UlnsMkMarion SIIA SIIAfuton il1flS5OMarkPn
Marion B L Klohmond R1aaimo of the proofroom proofroomloaves proofroomIfaves proofroon1aves i
loaves this tb morning fwa Or 0 a ten days Walt vlslito Walttn via it ittc i
to tc his former fOflU home bom in Jackson Misc M1 11 his hisfirst hist h Is Isfirst
first t rlt visit v to that thriving thrhln Southern city cityin cityin cit y yin f
in nearly forty years yearst
I DekgaUvtkct Del 1ect Preterecna conrentfoo conrentfooWilliam cotlTenUonI
I William J Dooloy Doole of the Bureau of ofEngraving ofngraving
Engraving E Eth ngraving and Printing elected for the
i 1 third th ird tlmea delegate from Washington
PrOSlmons Pressmens Pr esamons Union to an International con coni S
i v vontlon vo ntion has been an active and Intluen Innuentlal
tii tlal al worker In trades unionism In the theDtetrlct
D District Di strict for about a dozen years He Hecamo Hecame S
cr came ca me hero h re from New York nnd has hasbeen h88been
been be < en a member of the cxocutlvo commit committee committee
t tee to o of the local union almost contlnu contlnuoualy
01 ously ou sly for ten years ear8 and being of o tho thoprogr
PI progresslvo progr pr Avo type has used UfI his time and andtalenUi I
t tt talents ta lents in advocating support for tho In International
t ternatlonal te oflteers In every ever movement movementlooking movemontlooking
ic looking oking to the betterment o conditions conditionsCor
ft for fo r the pressmen as a a whole and that thathis thathl8 thats
h his hi s views Iews are indorsed by a majority of ofthe otthe 01
tl the th e local mengbers m moibers bers is proven by b his blslactlon M section
je lection lo ction for the third time as a a delegate delegateMessenger dllegateMeNcnger
Messenger Leapley pr press s division has hasbeen hasbeen ha
been be en confined to his home for several severaldays vocal vocald
g days da ys past with 1th the mumps mumpsPreMman mumpPr6Nmn
PreMman William Earhardt formerly formerlyor
o of the 6 P pO O T paid ald a flying ytn trip to tho thocity thoclly
C city ci ty during the past week oeek on his wedding WfI1dlnrtour
ti tour to ur He H reports r rta a prosperous business businessin
in t New York City CityTbe Cll CllThe cityThe
The nomination speeches 01 last Sun Sundays SunallYs ¬
di days da ys meeting while they did not dls diacloee
cl close ose any oratory that would tako rank rankwith rankwith ranl
with w ith the best 1 t efforts of the people on onthe onthe or ore 1
tl the th e bill were interesting Inlerest1n and enjoyable enjoyableas
a as a whole Tom Bynums effort was like likeeverything likeovolytbln 11k
everything ev erything he does dOM doesgood good He is about aboutthe aboutthe
tl the th e best nominator in Columbia Union Uniontoday I
t today to < day J E Colton and Judge Tallman Tallmanare Tallmanare t
a are ar e old and experienced orators and BUS BUStalnod suemed
tj talnod ta med their reputation Billy Gutellus and andCharles andCharles an I Iharles
C Charles harles Garrtis Garr ls also did exceedingly well welland welland wellnd
and a nd Stanley Ridings R1dI I for a a new one was w 3
ft first rst rate For a good ood commonsense of offort
f fort fortJust fo < rtjust just plain reading matter without withoutsroan t
S small mall caps italics quotation quo tlon marks or orexclamaUons oi
e exclamations points polntltb6 the gentleman whonominated wh who whonominated
n nominated Percy Lewd is entitled to the theprize theJllze thi D
P prize rize And then thero was wa Bill Bailey BaileyFrank BaUeylFrank
Frank Hambright of the night proof proofroom proofroom
r room will have a fine collection of for foreign 1 1elgn foign <
e eign el gn postals t1s by the time his friend Albert Albertcompletes Albertcomplot85 t tompletes
c completes his tour around the world worldIt
It certainly recalled old times to hoar hoarJbo boa boaOe r
Jbo J j Oe o Eggleston on the floor oor of Columbia ColumbiaUnion ColumbiaUnion I Inion
l Union U nion Sunday Sundayf SundayVlco Sunda
Vlco President Joe o Stelle reports a agrand asrancl
grand g rand time while in New Orleans OrleansSteve OrleauStove OrleansSteve
Steve ODonnoll of the folding room roommot roommot I
mot m et with a distressing accident early earl In Inthe Intho 1 S i
the t he week He has been compelled to use usecrutches usecrutch us 0
c crutches crutch for many years and one of ofthem otthem o f
l them th em broke causing cauln him to fall and break breakone breakono brea breane Ic T
c one o ne of his legs 1 M badly that amputation amputationmay AMputatloRma anbpsttl U Uay i
r may ma m ay b 1Ht necoawtry necoawtryBenjamin nocomryBenjamin r rBonjamln
Benjamin C Wright one of the best bestknown bOlltknown
t known k nown compositors not only in the docu document dooum doo I ¬
ment m eat nt section but throughout tho G P 0 0ami 0aD C Cnd
ami aD a nd < 1 among the downtown printers as aswell aswell a 3
well w ell celebrated his hi eightythird birthday birthdayduring birthdAydurln birthd I
during durln d tho week He was wa kindly remem remembered r rber I ¬
l bered ber b ored l by his friends with gifts post postcardc postcar1I po poards it t
c cardc c and letters Mr Wright W ht Is well wellpreserved wenpreeneel we wereserved
I preserved p reserved in the enjoyment of all his hisfaculties hisfacuIU88 hi hiaculties R
f faculties f and seldom absent from the theofiico theoffie lii o 8
ofiico offie o < ffice He Is the oldest old eat compositor compo ltor In the theGovernment theGoernment th thovernment
Government G overnment Printing Prlnttn office as 5 far as age ageis qets sj e as
is I s regarded r rded but his h time of employment employmentwill employmentwill omploymerilt t
t will w ilt cover about thirtyseven years An Anactive Anacllve A a active j
active a member m mber of th the Oldest Inhabitants InhabitantsAssociation InhabltanblAuoct8t1on I
aA Association A of the th District of Columbia Columbiafor Columbiator Columbior ft Ift
i for f or more than twenty years OfllS he is the thepresent theprNcnt th 8 0resent
j present p resent senior vice president of his time timehonored Omehonored Um Umonored
honored h t organization Mr Ir Wright rt ht is also alsoan AI80an als alsn o
an a n honored member of Columbia Lodge LodgeNo 5 5No
j No 16 I O O F his membership extend extending extendIng exten I Iug 1
ing l ug upward of thirtyfive years He has hasbeen hasbeen h IS ISoon s
1 been b oon identified IdenU ed with Ith tho Government GovernmentPrinting GovornmontPrinting lt itPrinting
Printing Office Mutual Relief since its ItsoranluUon ii La Larganization 3
organization o more than a quarter of a acentury acentury aentury
century c since fncGo He has been a union unionprinter unionprinter unic n arinter
printer p rinter for almost t threescore years and andduring andduring ar d during
during d that long period has witnessed witnessedmany id idmany d
many man changes for or the advancement of ofhis othi > f fis
his hi h is fellow flIowtollPn toilers Wo know that his host holtot ha et etf A
of o f friends win unite In many happy re returns roturns r 5 5urns i ¬
turns t urns to this tbiagrand grand old man manFletcher manFletcher manFletcher
Fletcher V Shipley of o the night docu document document Li Limt i ¬
ment force has beon granted thirtydays thirtydaysannual thlrtydasnnnual a aannual s
annual leave lvoCompolltorl S
Compositors Shanks Dilenver and andBurkhoMer andBurkholder ar d dBurkhokior
BurkhoMer of the document section sectionhave loctlonbnve n nhave i >
have been temporarily detailed dotall d to the theda ti ie ieday ie
day da HnQtypo section sectionOn sectionOn ecUonOn
On Monday llonda morning last Emmett H HBurke HBurko I r tBurke
Burke a wellknown probationary skilled skilledlaborer Iklllodlaborer kith id idaborer d
laborer l In Foreman Bowens Bawen awens section a aresident aTosldEtnt aresldqnt
resident of the Monumental City Cit and a a aB
B 1 3 O R R R commuter had tho luck luckto 1w ik iko k
to t o pick up a valuable gold watch in the thaaisle theaille U 10 10a1sI
aisle a1sI of tho parlor car In which he was waltrlweUng wi is istraveling
traveling Ho at once ran down the theowner U to toowner o
owner owner In another coach to whom the themissing themiSsIng tl ie iemissing Q
missing time piece was 88 returned and for forwhich torwhich f er erWhich ii
which Burkejrocolvod Burk rocolvod Thanks ThanksAmonb ThanksAmong
Among those who received the 14th 14thdogree it th thdegree h
degree of the Ancient and Accepted AccoptedScottiSh Accopt AccoptScottish
Scottish Rite of Frcemaaonary during tho thopast thot ti 1o 1opost 0
past t weoek wag wa Foreman Lekr of the theruling therulln ti is isruling
ruling rulln room and Capt Dan Cbisholm of ofthe ofthe 11the
the press division Both of them fellow feUowemplo03 eIioi v vemployon
employes are wellknown workers In the thosecret U ie iesecret o
secret cause Keep a a weather Voca her aye on onthem onthem n nthem
them themrllUam themWilliam
William rllUam Loatzow of tho night night proof prootrorce pro of offorce
force recently rooontl underwent an operation oporatlonf9r oporatii n nf9r
for f9r appendicitis at a 8 local hospital and andbls a rid ridhis
his condition Is reported ae very serious seriousThe sorlousThe soriot S SThe
The Bureau of Engraving and Printing PzIntti rig
Is working its force an additional hour houro ho ur ureach
each o ch day owing 0 1ng to the great volume of ofwork otwork atwork
work workA workA
A number of the officials and ane members membersi months re reof
of the prose division dlvt lon force aro spending spendi pe 1dlng 1dlngtoday ng ngtoday
today at t tho palatial homo of William WilliamBond Willie m mBond
Bond at Laurel Mil fd Mr Bond has boon boonconnected beonconnected be on onconnected
connected with the printing office for f or
many years ears and these occasional out outIngs outInss
Ings given by by him are much enjoyed by byhis
his large coterie of friends friendsCharles trlondsCharles
Charles Ray Wilson of the ruling rulingforce
force and a popular member of tho Book BookblndolS
binders Union has a line tonpound boy boyat boyat
at his handsome Brookland residence ro kI nco ncoand
and Is as proud of tho new arrlval arrivalw5 arr1valn as any an angodd
good godd citizen cltizcnshoutd should be beJohn
John Crutchett assistant foreman of ofthe ofthe
the Star has the sympathy s mpnth of his many manyG manyG
G P O friends over the loss of his son 80nThe sonThe
The necessity nocesslt of ofeompleung completing tho print printIng printIng printing
Ing of tho old specifications sp l tcations by July uly 1 1next lnext 1next
next has compelled tho use of all the thelinotypes theUno theIlnotypes
linotypes Uno typos that can bo put on that work workand workand workand
and tho consequent shifting of a good gooddeal gooddeal gooddeal
deal of straight composition to the mon monotypes monotpes monotypes ¬
otypes The T o addition of about 700 a week weekto weekto weekto
to the regular specification Issues means meanssome meanssomo meanssome
some hustling for both operators and andreaders andreaders andreaders
readers and thero Is t likely to be some somedisappointment somodlsappolntmont somesappointment
disappointment di over not bolng ablo to see seetho sootho seeo
tho th o Nationals as often as somo have an anticipated anticipated anelpatod ¬
ticipated ticipatedTho ticipatedTho ti elpatodThe
Tho Littlest t Girl made famous famousthroughout tamousthroushout famousroughout
t throughout th roughout the country by that fine fineactor 1Ineactor linetor
n actor ac tor Robert Hilllard the chief at attraction attrncUon ataction ¬
t traction tr action of the programme Manager ManagerPhil ManagerPhil Managerhil
j Phil P hil Nachman has arranged for the thebenefit thebonefit thenefit
b benefit be nefit performance of tho Columbia 101 101Athletic 101AthloUc 101thletic
Athletic A thletic Association at National Rifles RiflesArmory Rlfiesrmory RIflesrmory
Armory A rmory May Iy 3 next will be produced un under under Unr ¬
der do r the supervision of o Charles S Hutter Hutterly HutterIY Hutterwhoso
j IY whoso rendition of the chief character characterIs charactorsaid charactersaid
jj Is said to be not much Interior to Mr MrHllllards Mrhiliards rr rrHilliards
Hllllards j il hiliards William H Bright will WI play playthe pia piatho playe
t the th e part pr of o Van Bibber F T Brooks the thepart thep theart
part p art rt of Davenport and Master Leroy LOlo LOloBright Leroyright
j Bright B right that of the littlest girl girlFrank girlFrank girlFrank
Frank Roderick of the proofroom tolls tollsa tonsgood tollsgood
j a good one ho witnessed while on Ute thaEuropean UteEuropMn theuropean
European E Ea uropean trip ho took a a couple of years yearsago yearsgo ears earsape
ago a go They Th 3 were on one on of the Cook Cooktours Cooktours Cookurs
tours th urs and a member of the U part party pro propared pc pcpared proared
pared p ared a great many man letters one ad addressed addreMied adressed
dressed d dth to himself bl Ulelf at each of the stops stopsthey 8tOptho stopsey
1 they tho th ey would make which were ere confided confidedto
to t o the purser of the vessel eueI with Ith instruc instructions itruetkm Instrucions ¬
1 tions tkm l ions to deliver as addressed but the thepurser thepunter theurser
purser p urser misunderstood mt Undertood and delivered the thewhole thewhcle thehclo
whole w hclo batch at the first landing landingHomer landlncHomer landingHomer
Homer Molick Mel k lost lo t a muchprized l match matchsafe m matchfa teh tehto
s safe ea to during the week which was found foundand toundd foundnd
and a nd returned by an honest man George GeorgeStull GoorgeStull Georgetuli
Stull StullNebraska StullN S tuli tuliNebraska
Nebraska N ebrak Is represented in the D A R Rconvention RcoftentloR Honvention
convention c by b Miee MIe UN Mary far Williams Will a aformer aformezo aormer
former f ormer specification compositor who met metwith met11lh metith
1 with w ith quite an ovation from her former formerassociates rormlilaaoclat formerssociates
associates aaoclat a while visiting the proofroom proofroomWednesday prootroomWednei proofrooniWednesday
Wednesday WednesdayTho Wednei WednesdayTho ll llTho
Tho recital given by Miss IU Hazel Cbls Cblsholm Chtah Cliiilm
j holm h lm at the Washington Club on Monday Mondayevening M a3ovenlng Mn ay ayvening
evening e < was wa a a splendid exhibition ex tOltton by bythis b bthl byhis
j this t his young oung and promising pr01D pianist Her Herhandling Hr HrbndllnJ 1erandling
j handling h of the composition of some lOm of ofour otour ofur
our o ur best beI authors was well 811 received by a avery afOr aery
very v ery large Ilul and appreciative audience audienceCapt aucJlenoeCapt audienceapt
Capt C apt Chisholm of the press revisers revisersforce rel revisersorce ers ersforce
force f orce may well feel proud of the achieve achievemenu aehlovmenta achieveeats
menu m eats of his bl daughter daughterMiss daughterMSN daughterMiss
Miss May Davis I has been transferred transferredfrom trlUlarcrredfrom transferredrom
from f rom the press room to the petal card cardIn cardection
section s in the old building buUdtngPatWn buildIngParson
Parson William Fantroy press IX division divisionhas cUvSaonbaa divisionas
has h as been passing < the collection basket basketfor buketfor basketor
for f or his church during durin the past week and andcontributions aDdcontribuUoM andontributions
contributions c have been generous and andfreely andfreely andreely
freely f given The parson organized and andestablished andestablished andstablished
established e this church at his hi home way w wdown wayown
down d own in Old Virginia and deserves much muchcredit muchcredit muc2rredit
credit c for its flourishing condition to todaTe toay
day daTeTM d ay f pTM
TM 4snUng smiling Umg countenance of Goorge GoorgeSparks GoorgeSparkJI GeorgeSparks
Sparks is to be seen in th the press pr di division division ¬
vision v isloit nowadays where h hfJ is substituting substitutingfor subsdtutin uttu uttufor S
for f or W H ii Lontz absent on a matrimonial matrimonialtrip JMtrlmonl1trip matrimonialrip S
trip t rip
Andrew Parker press division reports reportsthat reportsthat reportshat
that t his truck farm in the outskirts has hasbeen hubeen
been but slightly damaged from the ef atects C Creets S
fects f ects of the recent cold wave waveThe waveThe
The beautifully expressed sentiment in Innoto
a noto to the chapel of the document sec section Hello ¬ S
tion llo t ios returning thanks for a wreath reath pre preHnted preseated S
seated on the occasion of ot4h the the recent be bereavement bereavoment
reavement of Luther Woodward was WIllkeenl waskemb
keenly keenl appreciated appreciatedForeman appreetatedForeman
Foreman Charles Rudy says > ays his h force forceof forceo forceof I
of o linotype operators set JM galleys gaU 8 of orspecification ol olspectacatlon
specification on Wednesday Wecl a besides a lot lotof lotor lotof
of other work workTho workThe workThe
The addition of quite 9 a force of copy COP COPholden copyholders
holders to the proofroom from tro the mono monotpe monotype
type section has returned f number of orfonnel ol olformer
former familiar faces among them Joe JoeKaurrmal1 Jo JoKaurman
Kauffman Scotty Young Ivlns Davis A AJ ABoyor
J Boyer and others othersThomas
Thomas A Bynum indulged In a much muchnotaed muckneeeti 1
needed vacation frjom from tho arduous duties dutJMor dutloiof
of the theproofroom proofroom during the week weekPr weekI weekPressman
Pressman Pr Mmfln Bob Sullivan is i breaking in inon Inon Ir Iron
on the webs and says ays it beats wrestling wrestlingwith wr wroetfiniwith 8tn 8tnwith
with the troubles of the automatic feeders foederall 4 4all
all hollow hollowSomo honowSomo hollowSomo
Somo miscreant has poisoned a number numberof r rof
of valuable dogs in Bloomlngdale Bloomlnsdale district dletrictrocenU t trecently
recently rocenU and If he can witness the grief rlet rletoC C Cof
of the little boys and girls over the death deathof 1
of two mot > t the victims of his hL dastardly dastardlyact dastardl lUJtardlyAct 1r r
act a a fine setter dog named Leo and andfox a afox atox t
fox terrier named Punch who were the thep8mates th S Splaymates
playmates of oCall all the little ones around aroundFirst arouw I IFirst
First and R streets without regret ho hoIs Ii S Swelcome
Is welcome to all the satisfaction he may mayhave mayItaye nia r rhave
have gotten out of his mean and con contemptlblo contemptiblo
temptiblo act S
A Lost Art Art1ra ArtFruniM
FrwnM 1ra f A P POu POur
Our Ou grandmothers would have blushed blushodcrlmlOn I Ierimson
crimson over somo of tho stories the theyoung thoI thi i iyoung
I young oung girl listens to and laughs at to today toda todny ¬
day da The art of blushing bids bid fair to tobecomo ti tibecome
become a al08t lost one onoI onoTIIC oneThe
The Lesson of Art ArtSir ArtSir ArtSIr
Sir oliver Ledge Lod LedieThe I IThe
The lesson taught us by works of art Is Isthat fsthat I S Sthat
that the whole olftlrt the groaning and andtravollng ani I Ifraoling
traveling of o creation Is worth while whileMAIIK whileIAltl whileS whileLtItKTIMEiAR1C
Hftttl halt be said 11I11 llark Taxis TaxisMisuIAcontddtabIful h Ifcas 1Ito1llalUltkoatddtiblruj
MaguMcootdcHghlfui MaguMcootdcHghlfuiiIW MisuIAcontddtabIfulMW
iIW Itd sorrows deep he fell aJtafi
Lowd uwfnW fr tftwrtefal tftwrtefalwith tMa tefwl tefwlilss l lII
II ilss with Ids JOB in IMKTCH I IOld i iOM mis misold
Old friends of eoog oog awl ttwy at atFreni
Frera erarwhwe T will icet Iei Mm then thenIn Ut8la ikorsIs
In grandeur greyer gk sScKi sScKiJ shirhart y yMy >
My J hearti hart rt s in Twain Im wd Al81n Al81nn asainThe gtta gttaTb
Tb n rawer Death hath fouNd 1Id him himCottm hbnCe4mm
Cowan Cottm sublime while hUe marking mar rnark time time1lh t tlth timeWith
With 1lh loving hearts around 8 hits hitsAnd 11111I himAnd
And while w we grief we cr inset Mt Win beilciroThe
The lore and Soy and kngfcUr kngfcUrsprinkled aPtc
11 sprinkled hm h ra fin v1lI ail appear appearAs apperti
As ti part of of tho hereafter
I Aoril Am l J2 7 MW Cant JacSt1 JA l
Matters of Hygiene DlnctiHHcd at atReunion atSeRslon atSession
Reunion lit Iloclcvlllc IloclcvlllcThe RoclcvllleTho JtockviIleThe
The semiannual meeting me Ung of Mont Montgomery lfontgomery Montgornery ¬
gomery County Medical Society was held heldlast heldlast heldlast
last Tuesday at Montgomery Country CountryClub CountryClub CountryClub
Club house In Rockvllle Dr O M Lin Llnthlcum Linthicum Linthicum
thicum of Rockvllle tho president of the thesociety thesocIety thisciety
society so ciety called the meeting to ordor The Themorning Tbemorning Therning
morning mo rning session was wa taken tnke up up with a dis discussion dlS dlScus di dission ¬
cy cussion cus ssion lon of hygienic matters The TbQ society societyapproved societyapproved societyproved
approved ap apOw proved the bill Introduced by Senator SenatorOwen SenatorOwen Senatoren
Ol Owen Ow en providing for the establishment of ofa ora ofdepartmht
a department 1t of health healthDinner healthDinner healthinner
Dinner D inner was served and the afternoon afternoonsession afternoon afternoonsion afternoonsion
s session sns sion was held at Dr Bullardg Bu1lard sana sanatorium sanatorIum seanlurn ¬
to torium tor lurn Prof G M lt LInthicum president prosldontof presidentthe
of ° tho State Medical Society Soolot made an anaddress anaddroas andress
ac address ad adto dress on Sowago disposal In sinall sinalltowns lDJaU lDJaUtowns snalIwns
to towns townsAmong wns wnsAmong I IAmong
Among those present were Col L L M 11Matts 1StaCis MMatts
M Matts aCis U S A Drs Dr Andorson Manner
LInthicum Lewis Henderson and Bul Builard Bullard Bullard
lard of Rockvllle Farquhar of Olney OlneyStabler OlneyStabler OlneyStabler
Stabler of Brighton Thomas of o Silver SilverSpring SilverSpring SilverSpring
Spring Haddox of Gaithersburg Deets Deetsof Deetsot Deetsof
of Clarksburg Muncaster of Washing Washington WashlngtonChapPflI Washington ¬
ton tonChapPflI Chapppll of orrcnnallytowni Tcnnallytown Pratt ot otPotomac otPotomno ofPotomac
Potomac Conrad of Chevy Chaso and andGouch andGouch andGouch
Gouch of Barnesvllle BarnesvllleOfficers Darnesv11leOtIlcers BarneevlhleOfficers
Officers elected for the ensuing year yearare yearro oar oarare
are ro Dr William I L Awls Kensington Kensingtonpresident KensingtonprOllldent Kensingtonpresident
president Dr James Dudley Morgan MorganChevy MorganChoV MorganChevy
Chevy Chase Cbaaovlce vice president Dr John L LLewis LLewtlJ LLewis
Lewis Bethesda dR secretary and treasurer treasurerCalifornia tro treasurerCalifornia eurcr eurcrCullrornln
California Tours ToursThe ToursThe ToursThe
The beauties of California as seen from fromthe Cromthe fromthe
the Pullman car windows of the Wa Washlngton Wash Washington b bIngton ¬
ington Sunset Routo are unsurpassed by bytho bytho bythe
tho scenery In any In othor part p t of tho coun country country courttry ¬
try The low rates always In effect etctct aro aroanother aroanothcr areanother
another inducement to the tourist or the thesettler thesettlor thesettler
settler A J Poston General Agent 916 916F 986F 6 6F
F street or ill O Flftaonth streot north northwest northvest
west vest
No 42 42THE 42THE 42THE
55 The TJi hours I spent with thee dear hart R8artAre heartAre v vAre
Are as A a a string Itrln of pearls to me tnoI meI
I i count them over every everyone one apart apartMy aplLrtXT S SS S
My Rosary Rosaryh RODITlIMh Rosarynsh
lIMh nsh h hour a pearl ouch pearl a prayer prayerTo ptailrTt pragrTo
To still a heart la absence wrong wrongS WMU S SJ
S J tell oach bead unto the end and tilflre tilflrecr hiere hiereA re reA
A A cross cr Is hong hongOh haD haDV S SS
S S SS S It ItOh
Oh 0 memories ntaJll rfea that bless bl blessand and burn bYJnllOh burnS V Vt
S t Oh Oh barren gain plncI and bitter toast bailS I IIiIM
S I tihB iI each It bead b and strive at teat tie t lesir lesirTo 1rJI 1rJITo l
To kiss the tINSweetheart cross crossSweetheart S SS
S Sweetheart SweetheartTo
To kiss the erocc
The Th Rosary Is one of the th thituttt1l1 me mOt t tbeaattful
beaattful of r the tI shorter poems poe In I Ithe Isthe
the Snglteh IIgIISk Its butgoage pap Its great peatpopularttJ
popularity bowser Hwr must be cred credIted credlied
ited to the beautiful music mu settings settingsthat settingsthat tt1D S Sthat
that have been given It It nopibly aoSblythat
that of the American composer cOmpoeerKthel1 cOmposerltbebert
Bthelfeert Kthel1 ert Xevin Norm evtn which is I one on that thatIs
Is tcf i be found In countless count thou thouads
sands ads of American homes homesThe homesTho
Tho author of this pretty poem Is IsRobert
Robert Cameron Rogers There is isno t tno
no particular story stor attached to Its Itswriting It Itwriting itswriting
writing other than the weaving Y1n of
8 little sentimental episode in the thelife Utelife
life of the author which he e found foundwen
well expressed d in the stria string of ofpearls otpearls
pearls and they tbe suggested sU Nte4 Ute roe roer roeRobert
ary ar
Robert Cameron Rogers RO rI the au author
thor of the poem was born In But Buffalo Buttalo
talc N Y about thirtysix years yearsago yeanago yearsago
ago tho son > of Sherman S Rogers JlOPIllIL
a noted lawyer He Is a graduate staduateor
of Yale and now lives Ih at Santa Bar Barbara
bare bara Cal Besides Bfd The Rosary Roearyhe Roary7
he Is 1 the author of uWUl Will 0 the theVVlep theVIp
VIp a Sea Yarn of the War of of1S12
1S12 Old Old Dorset Chronicles Chroaalcl of a aNo
Now No York Countryside i iwhich ud GIIeIDa GIIeIDawhleh
which have MY been collected and pub pubIthed
Itohed In two volumes volumesLast YOlumMrt volumesLst
Last fall an in a a magazine article articlecontributed arUeleontrlbuted articlecontributed
contributed by Xme Schumann SchumannHelak SehumannHelak
Helak the noted singer pays a high hightribute hlShtrtbute
tribute to Bthelbert Nevlns evtn setting settingof
of the great and perfect rCeet sons sonsShe 80 80She
She sayst 7S1 Nevln X 1n was a kindred kindredsoul kindredlIOul
soul with Schubert and Schumann Schumannand SehuJftnnD4l
and D4l Liszt as a a writer of songs and aadem8
seems otherwise otherl unaffected by the themodern themodern themodern
modern vagaries in tone ton painting paintingSchumann palnUD8ebUJlULDA paintingSchumann
Schumann would have been proud proudto proudto
to have written The Rosary And Andif ADdIf AndSchumann
if Schumann had written It It what whathidden whathidden
hidden beauties the critics would wouldhave wouldhave oald oaldha
have ha found in It tt But Nevln evln was an anAmerican anAmerican
American So his hi JMD song oag Is merely merelybanal merel merelbaDal
banal and his chromatic originality originalityjust ortctnaUtyjuat
just ignorance or or effrontery effronteryIt
It has ha always been a a mystery to tomo tomo tome
mo why wh some IDe American critics critiosabuse crlUeabuM
abuse me for singing The Rosary RosaryThe RosaryThe RosaryTb
The Tb fact that It has achieved popu popularity popularity popuIsrity ¬
larity is no reason r a80 for condemning condemningit
it it I ani am am willing to go o on record recordthat recordthat
that The Rosary will be a popular popularsong popularsong S
song long after att r Its detractors are aredead are aredead aredead
dead and forgotten forgottenIn
In speaking of the merits of the tbosong tho3Ong
song SchumannHelnk says 7S that thatthe thattb thatthe S
the tb essentials of a great sOng on arc archeart archeart TC TCheart
heart interest and beautiful melody melodyand melodyand S Sand
and that no one will deny either to tothis tothl tothis
this thl song The poem recites a soul soulful lOulful soulful ¬
ful tragedy to which the composer composerhas com r rhu
has achieved a a musical mu lcal setting ttlD ex exquisitely exquisitely cxqulsitely ¬ S
quisitely conceived con eivM in the lyric lyricmode lyricmode lyricmode
mode and expressed with simplicity simplicityand simplicityand simplicityand
and directness directnessWhen dlrectn dlrectnben directnessWhen
When ben Mme bcbuxnannHelnk bcbuxnannHelnksang SchumnziHeinbsang chumannHelnksan
sang san the song In Germany German the crit critics erltIcS critlos ¬
ics IcS were not very much impressed impressedbut Impre8HC1but impressedbut
but tho German public went wlla wllaover wn wnoyer wihiover
over It and compelled her to repeat repeatIt r8p repealit t tIt
It every oer time she sang 5fln it itNext ItNext ft ftNext
Next to Xovlns musical arrange arrangement arrangemont arrangement ¬
ment of the Rogers poem the set setting settlng t tUnC ¬
ting byTerdinand by Ferdinand Lust is I the most mostpopular mostpopular moatpopular
popular The latter Is If anything anythingmoro an anythingmore thlng thlngmore
more muslclanly muslclnl than the former formerand formerand
and it is more difficult to sing anil anilrequires Itarequires aMrequires I
requires a wider range of voice voiceNevln voiceNevin voiceNevin
Nevln Nevin died In New Haven Conn ConnIn ConnIn CoanIn
In 1901 and Lust met a tragic tragicdeath traglodeath
death In a little Tennessee town townseveral townseveral t
several months before The latter latterwas latterw r
was w s at one time musical director of ofthe otthe a athe C
the Boston Symphony Orchestra Or he lra an anhi < i ihis 1his
his hi setting of the Rosary to music musicoccurred m mushoccurred uetc uetcoccurred
occurred on his deathbed deathbedNevln deathbedNevin deathbedNevin
Nevin was born near Pittsburg PittsburgPa
Pa In 1862 and Lust WAS a Ger German Grman ¬
man most of whose life was spent spentIn spentIn span I
In America He was at onetime on on1 time tlmowcalth a awealthy I It I
wealthy wcalth man but the large amount amountof amountoC arnoun t
of money monc ho had acquired from his hisoperas hisoporas hh S
operas and musical compositions compositionsgradually compositionssrlduall composltiongradually S
gradually vanished and as he grew grewold grewold greyold
old he forsook his Vermont home homeand Iomeand S Sand
and drifted drlftod to San FranclllCo Francisco where wherehe wherehe a
he taught the chorus at the Winter WinterGarden WinteGarden VinterGarden L
Garden Theater for a few years earl and andthen andthen am I Ithen
then drifted to Colorado Springs SpringsThen SpringsThen I IThen
Then he became a wanderer with without without ¬
out home or or friends He joined joinedcheap a acheap acheap i i
cheap opera company com pan as conductor conductorand conduetorand conductorand
and finally ftnall found himself stranded strandedin I IIn I
in a little Tennessee Tenno see town without withouta t ta L
a cent of money moneyHe mO moneyHe e eHe
He was lonely In bad health and andwithout andwlt1out ani i iwithout I
without a friend Naturally under undersuch undersuch r rouch
such circumstances his mind revert reverted roertod revertod ¬
od to a romanco of his youth outh One Oneday Oneday On C Cday i
day ho ran across Rogers The TheRosary TheROBfiQ Th a aRosary s
Rosary It recalled to him the thesweetheart theswoothoart th a aS asweetheart
sweetheart of his early earl life in the theFatherland theFatherland th C CFatherland
Fatherland They had been separ separated separated saparated ¬
ated by a lovors quarrol
While his llf life ws WN ailed llledvtk 2li with ear sorrow r rrow ¬
r row ow there the was one 011 wtM brOtteht t him himcheer ahadaeer
c cheer heer In his hlliut last days eta It It wm was > a a lit little Uttie litSothrn ¬
t tie tb Southern SOuUs girl to whom w he gave gavevocal pveoel
vocal oel instruction SoneUjnes when wnenthe Whe WhetlM
ta t the he lesson was over she would pin pina j ja
i a a rosebud roNb on his hi coat or send ead some somelittle solDeUtU
l little UtU li ttle delicacy to his studio Some Sometimes SoIDetimes ¬
tio t times ti mes she would bring him a a bunch bunchof buaehor
c of o f Southern roses He would place placethem p1aeethem
t them on his hi piano and play out out ut his hissoul htHul
soul s oul to the sweetscented beauties beautiesOne beauUesOne beautiesOne
One day late lab In the fall of 1S04 1S04Lust 1104Lat
I Lust L ust was too ill to teach but ho lieundertook houtook
undertook u the task That morning morninghis morRmghta
i his h is pupil sang sweeter eeter than usual usualand usualand usualnd
and a nd there was something especially especiallytender etlpeelaUyteDder especiallyender
t tender m In his hi music But ut the effort effortwas etortwu
was w > ag too much for him All of a sud sudden sudden ¬
den d < j en his head began to reel his eyes oyesdimmed Oe9dlmJlMd
dimmed d and his bl voice failed He Heclutched HelnteJMd
clutched at a a chair and fell to the thenoor theAoor theoer
i noor Aoor oer He H awoke on a a couch and andfelt andfelt
f felt elt the touch of a gentle hand upon uponhis uponh1a uponi
t his h i brow He seemed to realize that thatthe thatthe
t the t he end DcI was drawing drawl C near and his hiseyes hiseyes hisyes
eyes e < yes filled an with tears as h ht gazed gazedupon gauciupon
upon u pon the young girl In her he saw sawthe aawlb
j the lb t he image e of the only girl he ever evertovM overJo
Jo l tovM and he seemed eeI to bs living In Inthe Inthe >
j the t he ps peat t as he began to talk talkTour talkTour
Tour name Me is I Rosa It is a aweet fHt aweet
weet Ht name You have been my mybest m mbest myest
best b est friend you are my Rosa Then Thena
a a sudden light U ht came into his ht eyes eyesaad eyesaDd eyesnd
aDd a nd he sprang P from the couch My MyRosar MyRoIa Myosa
Rosar RoIa R osa he exclaimed 3Ay I Rosary RosaryI RosaryvUt
I will write writ music to that poem He Hefaltered Hetaltered
faltered f a minute and then added addedin added1ft addedn
j in I n a pathetic voice and I fear it itwill Jtwtll Itwilt
will be my last lastIt laatIt lastIt
It was wa th then n that one of the sweet sweetest tweeteat sweelat ¬
est e at songs ever composed eo was born bornHe DornHe bornH
He H was enthused eathU ed with the Inspira Inspiration Iplratlon inspiraion ¬
ion l and almost too sick to stand standalone standalone tndalone
alone alone went to his h studio There all allnight allht sitight
night s ight ht long IOI1 by the light of an oil oillamp 011Ja oilamp
lamp Ja I amp he tolled at the piano putting puttinghto puttlarh
hto h is emotions Into music He adapt adapted adaptad pt pteel ¬
ed Robert Cameron Rogers Ro ra
peasn peasnMy JMt6MMMy poem poemMy
MMy My Rosary Ro ary to the music m of his hisinspired hiellI8plred hisnspired
inspired i soul soulBy 8Ou1By soulBy
By daylight it was nnlshed He Hemade Hemade Hemade
made a a copy of It aad carried it to toher toher toher
her to try He never played pJa7 d an ac accompaniment aeeDmpaDhDent acoinpaniment ¬
companiment c ac he h did that morn morning morBInc mornag ¬
Inc l ag and she sang an the song as it ithas Itbu Ithas
has never been R sung RDgnee since A week weekIt weekater reek reeklater
later l she sang ft Sn a ooueert and aJadft andt
It i t caught the public OAr like a awhirlwind awh awhIrlwind
whirlwind whirlwindBut wh whIrlwindBut rlwI d dBut
But the musician never recovered recoveredfrom reeovvodfrom recoveredfrom
from the shock He took to his hisbed hllbed hisbed
bed and gradually duall the eyes dimmed dimmeduntil dimmeduuUI dimmeduntil
until they closed forever During
his hi illness almost aJmo t every morning morningthere morningthere morningthere
there was a bunch of roses beside besidehis bealdenil besidehis
his bed that had been gathered by bythe bythe bythe
the fair Southern girl and often she shewould sbewouJd shewould
would drop in for a few minutes mlnut JI to tocheer tocheer tocheer
cheer him up and bring some IOm deli delicacy dellcaey delieacy ¬
cacy whleh wnlch she had prepared with withher wither withher
her own hands to tempt his appe appetite appetite appetite ¬
tite It was she he who sat beside his hisbed hisbed hisbe4
bed and cooled his hi brow as a the last lastlight lastIt lastlight
light It ht in hl his eyes faded away The Thefuneral Thefuneral Thefuneral
funeral took place at t the church churchwhich churchwhich churchwhich
which he had served as an organist organistIt organlatU
It was an unusually unuuall solemn occa occasion occalion occaglen ¬
lion Just as the minister finished finishedhis ftnl finishedhIs ed edhl
his hl discourse e a beautiful sunny sunnyfaced Jlunn Jlunnraccll sunnyfaced
faced girl stepped to the chancel chancelrail chnee1ran chancerail
rail and began the strains of anun anunusually anunusually un unuSually
usually sweet eot and tender song so to tothe tothe tothe
the accompaniment of the great or organ organ organ ¬
gan My rY Rosary was the singer singerand slnirerAtHI singerthe
and the song wn was the same Am The Thedead Thodead Thedesel
dead composer lay at her feet The Theaudience Theaudlonce Theaudience
audience wag as still as ft death and andas andthe andas
as the last notes of the pure sweet sweetvoice sweetOleo sweetsoico
voice died away many man eyes e1 werellIed weretIlled were wereAiled
Ailed with tears tearsThe tearsThe tearsThe
The remains wore laid away in inGreenwood InGreenwood inGreenwood
Greenwood and on the red earth of ofthe otthe ofthe
the newmade mound a a girlish filrUshure 1r1tsh fig figure lignrc ¬
ure placed a large bunch of South Southorn Southern Southera
era roses rosesA roesshort rosesL
A L short time after afterthe rter the death of ofLust oCLut ofLust
Lust a New ew York impresario went wentto wentto wentto
to Europe urope One night while occu occupying occupfng Occuiying
pying a hex In a theater at Vienna Viennawith Viennawith Viennawith
with a a party part of friends a singer singercamo s1nfermo singercame
came mo out on the stage and sang sangThe SCUlgThe sangThe
The Rosary In the party part with withthe withthe withthe
the impresario was Leah Lend a awenknown awellknown
wellknown singer of that country countryThere countryThere countryThere
There was something In the ongwhich ong ng ngwhleh
which touched the woman w woman man In the thebox thebox
box and after the play pia she was In Introduced tntrodue introduced ¬
troduced trodue to the singer atng r She was wushown vasshown
shown a copy tOP of it and there learned learnedthat learnedthat learnedthat
that the song was composed compo e 1 by her herlenglost herlonloet herlonglost
lenglost sweetheart On tho title tlUepage titlepage
page of the music was the story of otbls ofhis
his death Miss U Less was complete completely completely
ly unnerved and at a once made ar arrangremettts arMln errangements
rangremettts Mln eJD4ata that the U e grave in the thefaroff theraI thefarff
faroff raI > tr country should never be neg neglected ne neJectd neglected ¬
lected nor without Its rose
IConJrlsht 19 > The rrm C lmp1 snuri snuribk
4 4Subtle
Subtle Power Exerted in Mythology in Greek Ro Roman Roman RoS Roman ¬
S man and Modern Times
It is I scarcely to bs wondered at that thatwhat
what the poet refers to as a the Lb subtle ubUepower
power In perfume found ound should have haveallflOelated
associated with 1tb it much that is pictur plctUue
esque ue and memorable in the drama of oChuman
human life lre The Te very ve flower we by b the t Ut
names ne of which many mn7 perfumes ptm are areclete arecahledthe
called clete cahledthe the rose roe the tl myrtle myrte the th syringa sn
the th daphne dpbne the le crocus c the U iris the vto mJtro yb
let Jtro letare aro all of them th in II one o way wa or other otherthe
the to subjects of romatle old myths the thehie
abJt r o myth
iris recalling rellnl the te pretty qoasiscSentinc quaasciintlllefancy uIU uIUfancy
fancy that where whe the th rainbows rHwa arch archseems archtm archseems
seems tm to spring png a distinctive cnUe fragrance fragrancemay rpce rpcemy
may my be b noticed noticedBut n
But there tore is t plenty pty of romance rOe of ofrume per
fume with wt awbaUy 8 ely T human hw and an personal pl plIntere
interest Intere Tbtmiportant TlDtt role re it I plays ply and andhas a
has ha always way played J7e in Southern Suthen and ad East E
ern em countries CUU1 is I matter mtte of common c
knowledge knowee Powerful PoweCu and entrancing etdalf etdalfent
scent > ent is f tbe dominant ct noe n noe in t female tem faa
cinatkm enal In I those t faron faro climes cli In the theSh
Shah Sh Nameh Nah of Fhrdusl FU we read red bow bowNahk
Nahid Nahk gained the love of Darab rab by a aherb aJe a
pne o r b
herb Je of peculiar plr etticacy e and a fragrance fragrancewhich fr
which whlh made md md her b breath t like lke balmy balmyzephyrs
zephyrs Hpr It is I by b his hb loves 1es musky JUk JUkt
tresses t that tht tie t hero h Z1 Zal Romeo Roe like Ukecib
climbs cib to the te chamber chb window ww of o his hi
bridetobe brelb Ruoabeh who we are told
Rub wh ae tld tldw
w was uaU all fragrance trac And A throughout trhot trhott
this t and aD the t countless et epics of which whl it Ittyp
Is a type typ as a well we as the more me spoftcally Jy JyARreUe
Anacreontic ARreUe poems p there tr is f constant Ot ref rt rtaue
aue rence almost almo to t Western We ears e weari wearisome w
some Me hair Jak in I its U iteration Itel to the tb idol musky
< Product of Crocus CrocusI
It I seems lee strange Ip to us 1 u today tC to t read rdo
of satfron mifrosithe the product of Crocus r the
o pu t
beautiful Maurt youth yuth who wb was w metamorphosed
into t Lbs t flower Aoe floweras a a perfume pfD But such a
it undoubtedly unubely was W almost at universally universallyaad wUy wUyt
and the t element e t of o romance rce about abt it I itso
so far fr as 1 we are ae concerned ca ttes H lis in b the thestory
story soy told tl by D HaJduyt l uy of a pilgrim ptl
smuggling 8ud at a the th risk of his 1 life lie from tr the
Levant a head of o saffron atr in t a hollow hDw hDwm
made m m ade in I his tl staX a st from which grew P the te teptato
plantation ptato p lantation which whh gave lTe Us I name D to t Saff S Satfon
ron rO r on Walden WaMenAttar WaldenAltar Wa1D Wa1DAtt
Attar Att of roses r owes owe its I discovery ce to toNoorjeehan t tooorjeehan
Noorjeehan NoHhan N Light t of the World Wo wife wifeof
o t we weoC
of o f the t mighty mlY Jehangir e Walking alk one oneay S
day d ay 7 m i In her hr garden In through thr h which wblh flowed dwe
streams s eIUIUI of rosewater ro she noticed an anoily anoIlT
oily ol ly Aim floating ftOatJllf here her and there on tbe tbesurface tbesurfaee
surface s The oily film was collected and andwu
was w as the first attar of root ros It win be re re remembeTed
membered m as strictly belonging bel to the theromance tbeuromDce i
uromDce romance of perfume that one of the theqcedotes
aacedotes a of the veracious verado Captain Kear KlarM7
M7 D el i was that he once captured a a pirate pirateIth pirateith
with w Ith a a puncheon of attar of rose By some IOmfmlllbap
mishap it broke and though the ship Iblpwas
wa was smoked and sunk for three weeks w kll kllthe I
the t he scent was w never eradicated and she i iU
was a U finally broken up and and sold to people t i iat
at a t Brighton and Tunbridge Wells for foi
turning turaha t fancy articles arddMTM
The late Dr Andrew Wynter Wy ter In a acharming auttcle i L
charming c article on perfumes suggested eted etedthe I
the desirability of every lady having ha her herown berown he hewn r
own o wn special apedal specialand and nd selfprepared pe perfume tame tameThe
The custom however would have its die disadvantages ctt cttaclTAntapa diedvantages
advantages a More than one sensational sensationalstory donat donattory 1
story s tory might be mentioned wherein the theheroine eberolDe th a
heroine h or villian was saved ed or unmasked unmaskedas uoma ked kedt88 I
as a s the case might be by the recognition recognitionof S
of o f a distinctive cU scent scentDiscovered xeatDbcovcred
Discovered by Perfume PerfumeIn PerfnmeIn
In diplomacy tbe denouement is iseffected farected I I
effected e by the telltale perfume of the theadventuress tbeadventure itt a
adventuress being beI detected in the die dispatch C tpIltch ¬
patch box she had rifled As a a matter tter of ofhistory ofbbltory a r
history the assassins aau of the Oriental OdentalBOvertp Orientalsoverign 1
soverign s YesoTJtrd were discovered by one oneof ODeof on e >
of them smelling ImeU of the perfume with withwhich withwbJek wIU ft i
which the robes of the murdered kins kinsJUM kine kinebt kii r
JUM bt beeR rOttOMNit rOttOMNitPerhaps r8llol8ntPerhapa redeiesiL
Perhaps the pan of the romance of ofperfume ofl o operfume C
perfume which has most interest deal deals dealswith I i
i ii1lh
with those tecidents Inddent5la ta fact act or o fiction fictionthat ftctJonthat
that make Popes Pope hackneyed ling Die Dieof DIeof DI DIof 0
of a rose in aromatic pain descriptive descriptiveof C i iot
of grim realities es Of course we are told toldthat tol tolthat A CA I
that most mo t of them are exaggerated or orabsolutely a 5 5absolutely I
absolutely impossible but that in no way waydetracts wa I I Idetraeb
detracts from the romance There was wasthat uthat wa wathat a
that seeDt scented apple intended ed for the thePrince tJMPrince Ut a aPrince
Prince de Condo which wrought t such suchhideous mchhideous sue ft fthideous
hideous evil to th OM physician who ex examined examined oxantined ¬
amined it first firstThere itntThere
There was that fatally perfumed lip lipsalve Up1e 11 p psalve
salve 1e that Catharine de Medici 1edIci the Queen QueenMother QueenMother n
Mother sent to Mme tme de Sauve tbe tbebeautiful tbebeautiful tb e
beautiful and loving Jovba mistress of o Henry Henryof HearyoC Hear I
of Navarre avarre There was the rose roM with withadded Witbadded witi ii
added deathly dMth1 fragrance f with which whichDiana whichDIaDa whic it
Diana de Mender revenged OR the Duke DukedAnjou DukedAAJ6u flak S
dAnjou the treacherous treach < murder of her herlover berlover be S
lover the brave Buses And in cases casesof qtses qtsesof S
of female f maJe jealousy unscrupulous beauties beautiesinnumerable bea tles tlesinnumer tbe tbeinnumerable S
innumerable le have adopted toward their theirrival theirrh1 thet r rrival
rival the method advocated by wily wilyVivian wit tfty tftyYh1an I IVivian
Vivian when bon Merlin was telling of the ir irrestotable lrrHlstble 1 1reelatabi
restotable charms of the wondrous East Eastern Ea Eaern Eastera ¬
ern queen and made her paler leI by a apoisoned apoisoned apoisoned
poisoned rose roseOne roeeOne roseOne
One George Hamilton frustrated an at attempt attempt attempt ¬
tempt of this sort on that frail and fair faircomptexioned faireompl fat It Itcomplexioned
complexioned eompl 1oned beauty bea uly La Marquise de deParabere dePattber d dParabore
Parabere The marquise had sneered at atMme atMme a it itMate t
Mme de d Montmoratecwho ontmorale who was a anette aninetteas a1runettas
ninetteas 1runettas nette as a a mulatto and the latter latterKnowing latterfno1ng latte r 5knowing
Knowing knowing the favorites love toy for step stephanotte stepbanoth
hanotte had provided herself with withbouquet a abouquet abouquet
bouquet so medicated as that one In Inhalation Inhalation ix I Ihalatbon ¬
halation of its perfume would have for forever for tot r u ¬
ever destroyed that tb t ivory 1YOr skin with which whichthe whichthe wh1 wh1the 1
the debonair was so infatuated And AndJust Andu As id idjust 1
Just u t as the bouquet was about to be bepresented beprented I e epresented
presented Captain George rse became sud suddenly mM I Idenly ¬
denly the victim of most unwonted awk awkwardness awkanlnea C Cwardnees ¬
wardness and with a flourish of his hisplumed hisplumed It Is Isplumed
plumed hat dashed the death sweet flow flowers 11evera O ¬
ers to the ground groundIntroduced groundIntroclucccl groundIniroduced
Introduced Into England EnglandOf EnJlandor
Of the introduction of perfumery into intoEngland IntoEn lot 10 10England >
England En 1and during durin the Elisabethan age John JohnStowe JohnStowe Job in inStowe i
Stowe said the heroic achievements of ofthe orthe f fthe
the Right Honorable Edward de Vere VereEarl VereEarl Ver a aEarl
Earl of Oxford O ord who ho first brought from fromItaly fromItaly free 5i 5iItaly i
Italy the whole mystery and craft of ofperfumery oCpelfumecY t tperfumery
perfumery and costly washes wes and andamong andamo1b ax KI
among other pleasant things besides be besidesperfumed a aperfumed aperfumed a <
perfumed Jerkin a pan pair of perfumed perfumedgloves perrumed5Jovostrlmmed perfunu id idgloves
gloves 5Jovostrlmmed trimmed with roses in which the thequeen thequeen Li Liqueen
queen took such delight that she was wasactually wasactua11 wi Is Isactually 1
actually actua11 pictured with Ith those stoves en enher onher In InLs 1
her royal hands haA 8 and for co many years yearsafter yea yeaafter rears rearsatter Ls
after the scent was called the Earl of ofOxfords oCOxtords ofOxfords > f
Oxfords Perfume PerfumeThe PerfumeThe PerfumeThe
The Elteabethan age a < e was the golden goldenago soldena goldt ta taago n
ago a e of cosmetics The beaux of that day dayit dayIt tin y yIt r
it is evident used the abominable art of ofpainting orpainting ofpointing > f
painting their faces aeea as well ell ac the thewomen thewomeD ti to towomen e
women Old comedies comedl rsound rboun with per perpetual perpetual pa r rpetit ¬
petual allusions to oil on tinctures t ur Quin Quintessences ctulntesaone8 qut a atessonces ¬
tessences pomatums perfumes paint paintwhite PIlhltwhite pIi it itwhite
white and rod Ac c On OINt of tftr prime primecosmetics primocOImetics pile no nocosmetics
cosmetics was a A frequent use of the bath bathand bRthand bai Ii Iiand
and the application of wine rfne Strait Straitquotes Strlttquotes Strs itt ittquotes U
quotes front rom an old nanu manuscript rtPt a recipe recipeto recipeto reel pa pato s
to make the face of a beautiful red color colorThe colorTh cok r rThe
The Th person was to be in a bath that he hemight hemight hemight
might perspire pe plre and afterwards wash his hlsface I ds dsface I IraCejlth
face vtith wine 1ne arid so should bt btt > both bothfalre ho Lb Lbfaire i
raCejlth faire alr apd nd roddy In Mr Lodges illus illustratlqfcs lIIuwtrat lIlt is istratics
tratlqfcs trat tratics S of British History Histor there is a
let letter ter from the Bar 6f t Shrewsbury Slarewl srewsbury Ury who whohad whobad whod
ha had d the keeping of the unfortunate Queen Queenof Queenor QueenScots
of Scots The earl rl notices node that the queen queenbathed qu queenthed en enbtbed
b bathed ba thed in wine 1 8 and complains com of the theexpense theexP thepense
ex expense ftle and requires a further allow allowance alI alIaDee alltwee ¬
as ance ee A learned Scotch professor in informed 11formed iirmed ¬
fo formed rmed me me in on my pointing out this th1 pas pasage pasthat parge
sa age ge that white wine was 88 used for th ths thsIMUP thEO thEOrposes se sepurposes
pumi p purposes pu Ie They also wade a a bath nt ntmilk l lmilk f flk
milk ml lk Elder beauties bathed in wine 1 tIet ti tit 1 1get
ge get t rid of their wrinkles and unwrinkM unwrinkMbeauties unwrlnk unwrlnkbeautJOiI 1 1auties
be beauties besof auties bathed in milk to preserve tte tteand tte10ft thetness
so 10ft sof tness and sleeknese 8 of the skin skinWine sktnIDc skinWine
Wine IDc Bath and Sand Bath DataFrom BathFrom Bathrom
From F rom the wine bath to a sand bath la laa 13a isfar
a far cry and yet the latter te the latest latestwrinkle lat5twI1nk1e latestrinkle
wrinkle w rinkle in the line of face beautifiers beautlfieraThe beauttfiersThe beautifierse
Tl The Th e very latest fad of the smart Paris Parlstenae Par1gIenDQ Parisse
tenae Sen se is s the sand bath which she sb finds findsInvigorating findsvigorating n1s n1sinvlKQrattng
ra Invigorating in vigorating and beautifying A few fewbushels fewshels W Wbu
bushels bu bu D shels bels of fine sand lid is brought to her herroom herroom
n room 015 and slightly ht1y warmed before being beingspread beingspread beingread
gg spread read out on a wide sheet An ener energetic eneraetlc enertic ¬
B getic ge tic maid rubs her body all over wti wtisand v wtind t l laDei
n sand nd paper turning her attention par particularly particularlY parulariy ¬
ticularly tk ulariy to knees and elbows which whicheasily whic11at17 whtcisily
easily ea at17 become roughened eaed After this pro process I pross rrJ rrJeeM
cess ce ss soft rich cream is massaged m aaage Into the theskin theRln thein
skin sk j in Then the bather stands ataad111D in the mM mMdle mIdie mIde
4 die di e of the sheet and taking up handfula handfulaof handftlsthe
o of the sand she be rubs it over her body till tillshe tmstHt t1 t1e
s she sh e is glowing with the friction Then Thenshe Thenreclines Thene
8 she sh e reclines at full length on the sheet sheetthe sheetthe sheete
t the th e ends of which are folded over her herand h herd r ralld
a and an d rests several moments before rolling rollingover rollinger
o over 01 er and over EO as to become completely completelyimmersed oompl oomplete7mersed t7 t7ImmerHd
immersed im mersed in the sand Following ta tacproes t5the tsmes
c cproes o mes the hardest process of the sani sanibath saMbath saniAk
i bath be Ak It is called the blow blo bath arl arlcorresponds 81correpooda a1rresponds
c corresponds co coa rresponds somewhat to the shower 1 f tl tlTurk tf tfTurkish > i ia
s a Turkish Turk bath From a a sort of far farshaped fl flsbaped faaaped
s shaped sh aped blower sand is S whirled out brisk briskly briskly briskso ¬
1 ly lp so as to strike the body as forcibly forciblyas forribythe ordb y ythe
s as the bather can stand it it The effect 13 13said 13Id isid
said sa Id to be wonderfully stimulating ani anithe anithe ando
t the ih o sting Ia is I not unlike that produced by byelectricity bydectrldty byectricity
electricity el ectricity The sand brushes off th thbody thbody the thedy
t body bo dy easily en and simply The feeling feelingclaallnea of ofcleanliness ofeanliness
c cleanliness cl and freshness following tra trabath t tth r rbath
1 bath ba th is I declared to excel tHe aftereffects aftereffectsof aftereffectsany
t of any water bath Thats a French 1 11 11aad < > i iand
i and a nd now for the English method methodComplexions methodCOJUlllcdon methodComplexions
Complexions Are Renovated RenovatedThe RenoatedThe RenovatedThe
The beauty parlor pariorof of London hap a aserious arious
serious se rious and scientific rival in the ino inolating l1nIatlnC In Inting
i lating la ting department at St St Marys XL HCT HCTHere HNpHere Ilopere
i Here l4 ere complexions are being renovated renovatedand reno lt1 at1nd lt1aacI
and a nd revived by the latest Frier f seertfi seertfieetntat rufi rufitreatmeDt tin tintreatment
treatment tr eetntat The Injection of a few mil millions mi miIlona m1on ¬
i lions li on of disease germs er into the tissues < f fthe rthe fe
t the th e shoulder or flank can transform a asluggish 3blotchy auggisli
sluggish ih uggisli blotchy complexion eom x1on to a nora normrhealthy no nohealth noraalthy
i healthy health he hep althy skin kln according rdtag to one of the thephysicians t tphY8leIaM thysicians =
T physicians p attached to the institution institutionThe tDsUtutlnrThe institutlrhe
The T he best results are obtained in the cases casesof C8lP5or casrf
0 of o f muddy sauow complexions due f fsluggish t tI tluggish >
B sluggish I b action of the skin glands glandsdisease T Td1Mue Th Thisease
disease d < j here is I caused by a recently ti ticovered dOVered ds dsovered
c OVered germ named the acne baoillu baoilluIn bac baci1iuoUt m i iIn
i In other oUt cases ca8IM where wh re the skin is terier terierand teneaDd tenernd
a and a nd painful another germ the stapky stapkylococcus ataphy10C0CiC1lL staph staphococcus
i lococcus ococcus is usually 11 found as welL welLThe wellTiM welltreatment
The treatment consist of injecting injectingunder Jnjectl JnjectluacIer Injectlander
i under u nder the skin vaccines composed of or oror 0 0or orr
or o r both ot these two bacilli according accordinghe r rthe tthe
t the t he symptoms of the case The ordinary ordinarypatient ordlra ordlrapatient ordraryatient
patient p atient seeking treatment for a bad rt rtplexion ca caiexiou < n nplexion >
plexion p iexiou win receive in her first antabout c cabout d dbout >
about a bout TStjmjtto Ut of staphylococci wt wtperhaps wterhaps l t tperha <
perhaps perha p 5 iQ yJtOO of the acne bacilli Te Tevaccines Tenemas 16vacda
vaccines vacda e are manufactured in the labora laboratory lab01tOl7 laboriory ¬
tory t ory and are supplied in glass bulb bulbeach buHeh bul bulach
each e ach holding hol4iD about a teaspoonful teaapoontulot Or Orof Crf
of o f these bulbs is I sufficient IUftId for thre threfour thr thrfour three threeour > >
four f our doses and contains over SV iforr iforror lOWf V Vof
of o f the bacilli badWWhere bacilliWhere
Where the new treatment has a a prMt gro grodvantage i iacITaauae
advantage a over the beauty parlor c Cplex10a ca calexiosi > r rplexion
plexion p lexiosi cure is in tho time required to tlaetOmpl1 i iaccomplish
accomplish b results n A tiny patch of fkin fkinon skian ki kion
on O n the shoulder or flank is washed wuh arl arlsterlfixed a aaltertflzed 1 1ftertlised
sterlfixed s and the vaccine Injected Tviti Tvitia witihypoderinin 1t3 1t3h7JOdermi
a 1 hypodermic syringe The whole trfat trta trtameat tratmeat
meat takes only a minute or two and the thepatient tapadent thettlent
patient p ttlent has only to go home and await awaitresults a awaitesults wa waraults
results resultsMUSIC raultsMUSIC r esults3USIC
Choir of New Xc York Avenue cnuc Church ChurchGive CIlurchGhcIII ChurchCsee
Give 1rojrramme Tonight TonijchtThe ToniJhtThe TonightThe
The monthly musical interpretation Interpretationbe wn wnbe w wbe
be given ven by th the choir hOlr at New York Av Avnue Ae AePresbyterian F Fnue < =
nue Presbyterian Church toniffat tont4it Th hq hqp Thcrogramme ° i iprogramme
programme p me will consist of numbers from frnriVon tr trYon fromVon
Von Urbers brilliant mass ma and will in ineludo 1 1the Ialude
eludo e the Kyrie K Kyrl rle Xtelson I Will Cat CaTlUpon CatUpon CaIJO
Upon l JO the Lord the Gloria Praise th thLord thL thLord
Lord L rd the Credo 0 Lord Give Ear EarUnto EarUnto EarUnto
Unto Me the Beaddfetwt Bea t1l8 uHe He Is IsBlessed IsBleeaed IsBe
Blessed Be and the Agnus Del Show Ma MaThy MsThy G GThy
Thy Mercy MercyThe Mercychoir ercy ercyThe
The choir consists of Mrs ShlrcllfT ShlrcllfTsoprano Shlr ShlrOpraDO Shirclffsoprano <
soprano Miss WMtaker contralto eontraltoH J r rH
H Nolan 01n bass and Mr Mathieu ten tenJ tear terI tearPorter
J Porter Laurence is organist organistSENT orpmtSENT organistSENT
Artist DOCK Doc Wonderful onc1crr1l1 Tiling Ac Accordlnfc AccorlIng c ccorclln
cordlnfc corclln to HI1 List ListAn LbtAn ListAn
An artist had been engaged to ifTalr ifTalrIOIIIe Vf T rair rairBoise air airsome
some paintings ps1ntIn and other decoraticms In inan inold
an old church He s sent nt in his bill but bltpa hrtpot
payment pa ent was refused because e he did nrt nrtmention nrtmention
mention the items He made out another anotherbill anotherbill anotherbill
bill which read as follows followsCofwctij followsC followsC4575Ctth
Cofwctij C tbe TH T OoDUMMtoeudi om QmmsmtsbeUhsbI u 5315 5315BntoUfchiBg > 1 1Ibllll
BntoUfchiBg beUhsbI Ibllll Potato Pilate ISlaterUIboB aad pottos g sew sewribbon saci4b
ribbon i4b in bfe bonoet 3fQ 3 31CFt rc rcPlat
Pot a new mwtall tail on oetberooearelSL the roottar 01 < tf St Sit Peter Ietarand IetarandmisdMh and andHccfenished andlId
lId misdMh misdMhuateentsbt J JJI
Hccfenished JI sad ad gOded ldsd left win wier of swdian gxaxdianm gxaxdianVaibM n naDri
voxel aDriWMIMd m < H HWMiMd
WMiMd the slant oC < rf IfefOd Md PIt i ienlthe CMMtM CMMtMon
on enlthe hfa check 5 5Renewed 51 51Jleaned 511Pseewat
Renewed Heaven II adjamd two m sjMC am and anddeciwtl aDddeallftl andtimned
deciwtl tb tile mce moss 7 14 14Ktaskttted ItIted 11Reaniemiod
Ktaskttted Same ef pusMecy rtwy Md a mtored mtoredaonb rtd1QIIbI
aonb SOG zo zoRenewed 0 f
Renewed fiunes ea of toll sad put MW tail on onthe 011the mthe
the ctettt deri1 and Mease endM Ins Mt ie feat fHt sad did didtrvenl ciidWtera1 44nerM
trvenl job jot for f the tbeKetordered 711 17
Ketordered JI tIM lb Ke of lionS aad nadjarted nadjartedhte ed edIda
Ida wfc h too 4 4ejPut to toPat
Pat MW tfotted duties OR MR of fIl1ebiM Tatcas and andt andCleaned 8Dddrall andtEe
drall tEe lllC Oft a t 1 0 0timsed 1 1ChaDed
Cleaned mae of Batauas s We sail rited xid him 3 30 30lut 02 0 0Iut
Ilit madam a imo ean of Sana esishlit 2fl Z t tPat
Pot new stoat into Davids De disc slid slidhnd oatersed oatersedbead
bead of CoBath and msel zta M WI a fee isis 5W 5 5 U
Decanted Noahs Ark Ark1SIisded 30C
Mettled d hlart oC f pecUaU eit Ma Mat a iTril U Ur 1 aear himear
ear r 403 403Total C 9 9T
Total T I wr jJ jJTIle
The Young YonD Cynlo Cnlortra Cynlobxm
F rtra TitBite TitBiteA TItDIWA T1BhmA
A dominie after telling his scholar 3Ch schola scholathe < la latAe <
the story stor of Ananias and Sapphtra Sa askod askodthem askJthem aSkCJthem
them themWhy
Why is not everybody everoocywno who tells a s lie litS lies
stuck S uck k dead dea4lT dea4lTAller deadLfter
After Lfter a a long Ion silence one MUle fellow tellowexclabMd fellowexclaimed
exclaimed exclaimedBecamo exclabMdBeea S SBeeaust
Becamo Beea there weld tvettWna b be nobody nobodyleft nobodyleft nobodyleft
A Real hustler JlnlltlerF hustlerPimi
F s sLaa iisuiihe iisuiiheLao1
Lady Laa to applicant appllcaaoYe Yes I advertised advertiseds advertisedfor
f for or a mattofallwork Are you an early earlyriser earlyrJaeT earlyriser
riser riserApplicant rJaeTApplleautIndade riserAppllcantIndade
Applicant ApplleautIndade Indade an Oi am mum mumAt mumAt mumAt
At me lasht place OI was up an had hidbreakfaat hzdbreakfast
breakfast ready an the dishes washed washedan
an put ut aay an all tho beds made tade be before before
fore anybody anybl dy > else In the hoWl was up

xml | txt