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Provides Against AgainstInjuries
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Resulting in claims suits court costs legal and medical medicalfees medicalfees medicalfees
fees and other harassing troublesome and expensive drags dragson
on automobile owners in satisfaction of real or alleged in injuries injuries injuries ¬
juries juriesCollision
2 Collision Damage to Your our Own Car CarWhether CarvVhether CarWhether
Whether chargeable to your misfortune or resulting from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the carelessness or reckless driving of others Covers col collision collision collision ¬
lision with another car or any object moving or stationary stationaryand stat stationaryand onary onaryand
and includes running into open draws of bridges
3 Damage to Property of o Others OthersCaused OthersCaused OthersCaused
Caused by bumping scraping scratching smashing other otherautomobiles otherautomobiles otherautomobiles
automobiles carriages ca riages wagons trucks c Even where whereyour whereyour whereyour
your car does not strike anything you OU may ma easily be held heldliable heldliable heldliable
liable for damages to property as when your our car frightens frightensa
a horse and causes a runawayThree runaway runawayThree runawayThree
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Ask for Rates on Your Car CarPhone CarJOHN
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Eastmans School for Girls gave their theirannual theirannual theirannual
annual atago production before a a select selectcompany solectcompan selectcompany
company yesterday yoetorda afternoon at Rau RauBchers Rauschers Rauschers
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tunities of the Scottish queens last en encounter encounter encounter ¬
counter with Elizabeth and hor court courtand courtand
and a comedy comod with oriental setting on ontitled ontitled ontitled
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for the spectacular use of Hindoo dress dressThose dressTholo dressThoao
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Misses Alice Key Pendleton Brice Vir Virginia VIrginIa Virginia ¬
ginia Annette Mullina Elizabeth Rush RushPorter RUlhPorter RushPortar
Porter Agnes Wirt Hall Helen Ltspenard LtepenardSuuttr LtspenardS LtspenardSciuter
Suuttr S Jutcr Matilda Williams WJlllams Auerbach Julia JUliaI
Williamson Hall Marie Hall Wilson Julia JuliaFrancos JuliaFranc08 JuliaFrancoe
Francos Brlco Catherine Lenihan Con Constance Constance Constance ¬
stance Atwood nnd Dorothy Pillsbury
The comedy comod was given Iycn by the Misses MissesKatharine lI1ssosKatherlno Miss MissKatherine s
Katharine Calvert Goodwin Rita Wellor WellorMary WellerMary
Mary Johnson Grace Overman Elspeth ElspethHughos ElspethHughos ElspettHughes t
Hughos Lucile Josephine Johnson Mary Mnr y
Veodor Margaret Powers Llttlehales
Lucie Hitchlngs Hall and Elizabeth Gor Gorman Gorman Garman ¬
man Lambert LambertA
A German recitation tho Maid InJd of Or ¬
leans was contributed to the programme 0
by b Miss Matilda W Auerbach piano se ¬
lections by Miss Virginia MuIIIns ulllni Rod Roderick Roderick RodBrick ¬
erick B Dunlop and Miss Agnes W V
Hall and a violin Iolln solo by Miss Julia L
Williamson accompanied by Miss Eloanor r
Lenlhan LenlhanLovely LenihanLovJly IenlhanLovely
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wrought tulle ontlroly covered with withsheerest wIthaheorost wit witsheorost h
sheerest black moussellae mou8 elh o de solesoftly sole A Asoftly Asortly hA
softly plaited silk rucho trims all th thedges the thoedges o
Continued from Page Four Pourtor Fourtor Fourtor
tor Manufacturing Company when George GeorgeA GoorgeA
A Weldely the vice vce president and do dealgnor dosignor dosignor
signor was showing some people through throughtho throughtho throughthe
tho plant In calling their attention to tothe tothe tothe
the marvelously small measurements Mr MrTVTT MrW 31ry
TVTT W y slated = ntod that tho pistons are are2lOOOths aro21oooth8 are21000tha
2lOOOths of an Inch smaller than tho cylfinder cyl cylinder cylInder ¬
inder at tho bottom and at the top theyare they theyare thoyare
are 51000ths of an Inch this being be because be becaU8 becaustthe ¬
cause caU8 caustthe the piston must have hft o more oppor opportunity opporttnlty opportunity ¬
tunity to expand at tho top whore it issubjected Is Issubjected IssUbjected
subjected to creator boat than at tho thobottom thobottom thebottom
bottom bottomBut bottomBut bottomBut
But tho real remarkable point ho hocontinued hocontinued hocontinued
continued Is in the fact that the pistons pistonsare ptatonaare platonsaro
are not allowed to vary In size more orloss or orloss orloss
loss than th n 26lOOOOOths or an inch or ex expressed 0 0pressed expressed ¬
pressed In decimals as 00026 In other otherwords othorwords otherwords
words this is one quarter of l1000th 1l OOth of an anInch anInch aninch
Inch In doing the machine work on those thoseparts thoseparts
parts between botw en which the annular bear bearings boarIngs bearings ¬
ings are placed wo allow our machinists machiniststo
to vary var only SlOOOths < of an Inch ex expressed exproollcd expressed ¬
pressed decimally at 0008 and you can canrealize canrenllzo canrealize
realize that this thl is mighty little and will willgivo willgivo willgivo
givo a marvelously m rveloual tight fit without at atall Atall atall
all being BO tight as to bind bindJust bindJust bindJust
Just to work to a climax lot me showyou show showyou ahowyou
you our igniter hammer shafts those e lit little little little ¬
tle hardened steel shafts which transmit transmitthe transmitthe transmitthe
the slight rotary motion from the igniter igniterlevers Igniterlevers Igniterlevers
levers on tho outside of tho cylinders to totho totho tothe
tho little hammers on the Inside On Onthese Onthese Onthose
these we do not allow the slightest varia variation varlatlon variation ¬
tion In size They The must be absolutely ab so soaccurate 0accurato soaccurate
accurate that our finest micrometer cal calipers calIpers calipers ¬
ipers cannot detect a variation from therequired the therequired therequlrcd
required diameter Our Instruments In trumenta will willIndicate willInd1cato willindicate
Indicate to the naked eye a difference of ofl10000th oC110000thOO1of of110000th0001of
l10000th 110000thOO1of 0001 of an inch with comparative compara comparative com 8nl 8nltlve ¬
tive ease just as you read a ruler with withof withor withof
of course tho reasonable difference of ofcloser orcloser ofcloser
closer linos With lth a glass we can detect detecttho detecttho detectthe
tho tiniest movement of the caliper be between between between ¬
tween tho 10000th lines Un and If there is istho Iatho isthe
tho motion of a single line line infinitely infinitelysmaller Ida1telysmaller tnAnitelysmaller
smaller than a hairbreadth the shaft is isnot Isnot isnot
not acceptedMr accepted acceptedMr accepted11r
Mr W O SelboW has bought at6toot a Racine Racine35foot Ractaetoot
35foot toot launch launchMr launchMr launchMr
Mr P M r Corr agent for the Xxeet Xxeetslor JCxeeI51ar ltxcelsior
slor motorcycle will ill head a party in laa ina IIIa
a trip to Baltimore today todayMr todaTMr todayMr
Mr Ted Johnston the agent of th thBuick the theButck theBuick e
Buick car has established c a demonstrat
Prize o of Twentyfive Dollars oars in in Gold Gol on 1 Offered Offeredfor Offeredfor ere erefor
for the Best Suggestion for Decoration DecorationDay DecorationDay DecorationDay
Day Holiday Trip TripTHE Tripe TripTHE TripTHE
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Offers a prize of X25 25 in gold for the best suggestion s for fora forathre a athree a athree
three days automobile itinerary with Washington Vash ngtonu is the theinitial theinitial theinitial
initial and terminal point pointDecoration pointDecoration pointDecoration
Decoration Day this year falls on Monday Ionda This affords affordsthree aHordsthree luckthree
three ideal days for touring touringSaturday touring Saturday May lira 28 SundayMay Sunday SundayMay Sundayliay
May 29 and Monday May 30 30In 30In 30In
In forwarding suggestions suggestio asdo do not neglect n lest time essen essentials CIIeUClear ct en entials ¬
Clear and definite directions as to route routeCharacter rooteCharacter routeCharacter
Character of roads roadsReasons roadsReasons roadsReasons
Reasons why the proposed tour is the most enjoyable enjoyableState enjoyableState enjoyableState
State number of miles to be covered each day da with stop stopping stopping stopPing ¬
ping places for luncheon and at night also garage garra era e facilities facilitiesat
at night stops stopsIf stopsIf stopsIf
If you have traveled lOver the route relate your own CX experiences CXpcri cxperiences ¬
periences periencesMaps pcri periencesMaps c c
Maps and pictures submitted in the competition cO 1petition will be begiven begiven begiven
given given especial consideration in determining the awardSuggestions award awardSuggestions awardSuggestions
Suggestions must be addressed to the Automobile Editor Editorand Editorand Editori
i and received at The Washington Herald office not later than
6 p m Vednesday May Iay IS ISRead ISRead
Read the Sunday issue of The Washington ashington ashinton Herald next nextSunday nextSundaJ tt ttSunday
Sunday May 15 for further details The various tours pro proposed proposed proposed ¬
i posed and the name of the prize winner will appear Sunday
May 22
Mr Mrs Rachel Toujjnte Heck Xew Pres President Prc Prclllent President ¬
ident of Literary Club ClubThe CluhThe ClubThe
The annual meeting of the League of ofAmerican orAmerican ofAmerican
American Pen Women Wo n remitted In the theelection tlHtel theelection
election el tlon ot tho following officers oulicersPresident officersPresident oflleenPrcsldont
President Mrs Rachel TongHte Beck Beckfirst Beckfirst Beckfirst
first vJco vi co president Mrs Anna SanbornHamilton Sanborn SanbornHamilton Sa born bornHamilton
Hamilton second vice vlc president MrsEdith Mr MrEdith Mrs MraEdith
Edith Klnginan In an Kern ern corre corresponding pondlng sec secretary secrotar secretary ¬
retary rotar Mr Mrs Blanche Tyler Beaton as assistant u1atnnt assistant ¬
sistant corresponding secretary Mrs MrsEmma MraEmma MrsEmma
Emma V Triepel recording secretary secretaryMrs ecr secretaryMrs ta1 ta1I
Mrs Irl J O Estabrook treasurer Miss MissJesslo MI MIJesslo MissJessie
Jesslo A GriswoW auditor Mrs Vir Virginia Ylrslnla Zvirginta ¬
ginia King Frye librarian Mr Ira SusieRoot Susie SusieRoot SMIeRoot
Root Rhodes < historian Mrs II Annie A AWilder AWilder AWilder
Wilder reporter Mrs Lyda J YoungWithee Young YoungWlthee YoungWlthet
Wlthee WltheeMiss Wlthet1ls5 WitheeMiss
Miss Mario Iarlo F Ryerson of East Orange OrangeN 0ran8N
N J who is on the staff tall of the Newark NewarkXewa NewarkNewil NewarkNews
News and recently recent elected president of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the New x w Jersey Jerse Womans Press Prea Club Clubwas Clubwas Clubwas
was made tho league representative for forthat COrthat forthat
that State Miss na Jennie Chapin was made madeState madeState muteState
State representative for Colorado and andMrs andMrs
Mrs 115 Cornelia Templeton Jewett editor editorof editoroC editorof
of the Union Signal Evanston III who whois whoIs whois
is going to Alaska Alaska was made represent representative repreeent repreeentnUvc reprmentative ¬
ative for that Territory Torrttor Otherwise Otherl the therepresentatives tmrepresentatives therepresentatives
representatives arc unchanged unchangedMiss unchancedMls unchangedMiss
Miss Elizabeth A Hyde the retiring retiringpresident retlrtngpresident retiringpresident
president made a strong and sympatheticreport sympathetic sympatheticreport mpatheUcreport
report and all regretted the ending dlng pC pCthe 9Cthe ofthe
the presidential term of this th young andtalented and andtalented andtalonted
talented o4fcorfirs oiflcor oiflcorMrs nCOl nCOllrs
Mrs Edith KIngman Ingman Kern a graduate graduateof
of tho Washington Wahn ton College of Law as aschairman Itachairman aschairman
chairman of the committee on suppres suppression auppresian suppresstow ¬
stow of the comic supplement made ail ailinteresting IIiIntoresttnE
interesting report and received high highmoad hl < h hmoed
mood of praise for the excellent work she sheis he heIs
is doing Mrs Rhodes librarian reported reportedmany reportedmany reportedmany
many new additions to the league libraryand library libraryand libraryand
and Mrs Wilder Udor historian had an in interesting Interesting interesting ¬
teresting reportMrs report reportSirs roportMrs
Mrs Annctto B Paul LL B author authorof authoror authorof
of a work on parliamentary law an and andMrs andMrs d
Mrs Josephine Arnold Rich were ad admitted admItted admilted ¬
mitted to membership membershipWill membershipVlll membership1Vi11
Will French on linchclors linchclorsAt IJnchclorAt
At 1 tt ttChurch Metropolitan Methodist Bpiecopal BpiecopalChurch BpllCopalChurch 1
Church this evening Rev jjr John Reid ReidShannon ReidShannon Re ReidShannon
Shannon will preach the third sermon of ofhis othl8 o t
his series on Love Marriage lrria e an anHome and andHome andHomo d
Home His subject will > Ill be Men ion an and andmarriage andmarriageold d
marriage marriageold old bachelors bacho1orsUto tho young Youn man manat manat ma maat n
at the marriage marriage altar Text For the thedaughter thedaughter
daughter of Ahab was his wife
ing route which he claims cannot bo boexcelled beexcelled boexcollod
excelled It includes all the hills and andsharp andsharp andsharp
sharp curves in and around the city and andhe andho andho
ho has traveled it so ofton that he nowgoes now nowgoes nowgoos
goes over It on regular schedule time timoMr tlmoMr timeMr
Mr Johnston is also the distributing distributingagent distributingagent distributingagent
agent for tho Wolsch carThe car corTho carTho
Tho Municipal Garage and Sales Com Company Company Company ¬
pany have opened a garage at 4057 Thlr Thirtoonthandahalf Thlrteonthandahalf Thlrteonthandahalt
teonthandahalf street northwest a lo location 10caUon location ¬
cation which has boon chosen on ac account account account ¬
count of Its convenience to tho business businesssection bu businesssection lnOSfJ lnOSfJlootIon
section sectionMr lootIonMr
Mr Frank G Stewart agent ag nt for theEmorson the theEmerson thQEmorson
Emorson marine engines onglnoswill will receIve his hisdemonstrating hisdomonstratlng hisdemonstrating
demonstrating boat come time this woek woekThis woekThis weekThis
This boat will bo h bt one of tho fattest fattestover tattstover fasteatover
over soon scenon on tho Potomac making about aboutthirty aboutthirty aboutthirty
thirty miles an hourMr hour hourMr hourMr
Mr John Lane Johns manager of the theStandard theStandard theStandard
Standard Accident Insurance Company CompanyIs
Is I offering an automobile policy poUc that pro protorts pro protects protect ¬
torts against every possible po liability or ordamage orlamoge ordamage
damage < It is known as The threein threetnone threeinono threeInona
ono automobile policy Mr Johns Job hasbeen hAS liasbeen hASboen
been in the insurance business for a num number number numher ¬
ber of years and is now making a spe specialty IIpeclalt specialty ¬
cialty clalt of automobile protectionMr protection protectionMr protootlOft1Ir
Mr Boland of the U A H Baker Com Company Company Cornpany ¬
pany roports that his Id company insured Jaewedflftyflvo SBnredlItOo insuredfiftytivo
flftyflvo automobile during the month monthof monthot monthof
of AprilMr April AprilMr AprilMr
Mr Smith and Mr r Cornell agents for forthe torthe forthe
the Paterson automobile Journeyed to toBaltimore toBaltImore toBaltimore
Baltimore Jut Sunday Sun li in their Paterson PatersonJO
JO and spent a most enjoyable dayMr day dayMr dA7Mr
Mr Palmer of the Paige Detroit will willin w willin I IIn I
in a few days establish an agency a encY in inRichmond InRichmond inRichmond
Richmond RichmondMr Richmond11r RichmondMr
Mr Goorgo K Dirge Bt1J presMont of thePierceArrow the thePierceArrow thePierceArrow i
PierceArrow Company a and 4 Mrs Dirge Blrgespent DirliIpoIIt Dirgespent
spent aome ao moan day da days In Washington Ja last t weekas week weekae w1tlie
ae the guests of Cot and Mrs NJ T WSymons W WSymoas WI
Symoas Mr and Mrs Dirge traveled traveledfrom tnleledtrom traveledfrom
I from Buffalo to Washington in a special specialtouring specialtouring JIaI4urng
touring landau which to fitted out withevery with withevery withconeDc
every convenience coneDc even including 1Dc1 a lava lavatory lavatory iavatory ¬
tory and with iUs ample amp trunkcarrying full facilities fullItJeL laallittes ¬
ities THY left on Friday morning moraiA on atrip a atrip atrip
trip down do the Shenandoah Sh h Valley van Intend Intending IDteIB intendlag ¬
lag to spend some 110III time at the Natural NaturalBridge NaturalBrIdge NaturalBridge I
Bridge aad lower v vfr Virginia VirginiaMr VtrslnheMr
Mr C E Holmes formerly with the theMiller thellIJer
Miller llIJer Brother Brother is s now associated with withthe wltbthe withthe
the Paterson car
Crowned l nt Itosoilnlc Plnyirronntls PlnyirronntlsMiss IlngronlulsJxlrCIJIICM IlnygroundICxerclseu s
JxlrCIJIICM JxlrCIJIICMit ICxerclseuMiss
Miss Mary Davis was crowned Queen Queenat Queent Q Qat seen
at t the May Xa Day exercises held yesterday yesterdayat yestrdaat y yat
at the Rosedale playgrounds Seventeenth Seventeenthand SeventeeutlaJld Seventeen Seventeenand
and Kraemer streets northwest Moe Moethan More Morethan Morethan e
than M9 boys bo and girls participated in the theTrooping tbeTrooping t tTrooping
Trooping of Flowers the crowning ami amiMay atMaJ a away tbl
May pole dance which made up upmorning the themorning Utemornlnl
morning festivities festivitiesThe feeth1U8Tbe festivitiesThe
The exercises were In n charge of Mli MliCaroline JCCaroline MICaroUne
Caroline Shepard Miss Helen Mulllk MulllkMiss MullHcen MullHcenMiss en
Miss Julia Butler Mtes I Perry Mrs M Ed Edward E4anI Edward ¬
I ward anI C Glimian Mrs Agnes Stewartand Stewart Stewartand StelUtand
and Mrs Walter alter S Btnley The childrenparticipating children childrenparticipating ehlldrenpArUcipaUng
participating were those of the Rosedale Rosedaleplay Roaeda1e1ay Rosedaleplaygrounds
play playgrounds 1ay TOund oundll and the Noel House HouseMtes Ho HouseMies
Mtes 1 Davis was attended by seven en boys boysand boliand boysand
and seven girls rbl portraying the Rain Rainbow RAinbow Rainbow ¬
bow andthe Zodiac respectively FoJ FoJlowmg Po Polo FoJlowing
lowing lo the dance and other exercises the theday theday theday
day WM devote < 1 to various kinds ofgames of ofgames orpme
games that are taught at the playgrounds playgroundsJanios playgroundsJames s sJamocs
James E Eo West secretary of tho Wash Washington Washtngton YuhIncton ¬
ington Playgrounds Association was an aninterested anInterNted aninterested
interested spectator at the festivities festivities1TEW fe festivitiesNEW tlvlUeaNEW
3Icmbcri Jlcrnl cr of First Jr t M 11 P Church GreetilevV Greet GreetIlev Greetne
Ilev ne ilevV W A 1 Melvin MclvinA IchinA
A reception by members Inem ri of First M p pChurch pChurch
I Church to their new pastor Rev W A AMelvin AIeivin AMelvin
Melvin was held Friday evening An Aninteresting Antntore8Un Aninteresting
interesting tntore8Un programme was given inwhich in inI Inwbldl
I which there were words word of encouragement encourage encouragement eneouragement ¬
ment and praise pra e for the new pastor pastorSeveral pastorSeoI1l1 pastorSeveral
Several musical numbers nmnb r were given the themost themost themost
most auspicious being the male quartet quartetfrom qualletfrom quartetfrom
from the glee club At the conclusion conclusionRev conclusionRe conclusionRev
Rev Re Mr Melvin Ielln thanked the members membersfor membersfor membersfor
for their hearty beaH greeting grt > etlng bci lotiChevy e t5 t5nase
Chevy evase Chase nase Siesgf SiesgfPiais a Ieighls IeighlsPlnis ed s
Putts Ready ReadyBRAHCH ReadyBRiUCH ReadyBSiUlCIi
Just South of Chevy Ch vy Chase Circle CircleOpen CircleOpen
Open All Day Sunday SundayIllustrated Sun SundayIllustrated ay ayIllustrated
Illustrated booklets plats platsprices
prices and full particulars on ap application appUcat1on ¬ I
plication plicationTHOS l
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Many compliments have been paid the theDistrict the theDistrIct theDistrict
District National Guard for its appear appearanco appearanco appearanco
anco In Its annual prtrado Wednesday Wednesdaylost Wodnesdaylast Wednesdaylast
lost last incident to the unveiling of the Pu Pulaskl Pulaski Pulaski
laski and Kosdusko K uska statues EtatoesWhile statuesWhile statuesWhile
While little choice was loft for espe especial especial especial ¬
cial praise to any any particular organization organizationmuch organizationmuch organizationmuch
much favorable commont was caused by bythe bythe bythe
the appearance of tho Signal Corps Com Company Compan Company ¬
pany pan which held tho place of honor inthe in inthe Inthe
the division filled by tho District Militia MilitiaThis ltlUUaThis MilitiaThis
This company followed Brig Gen Harrios Har Harries Harrlos ¬
rios and 1 his staff stair preceding the bandof band bandof bandat
of the First Regiment RegimontWhat ReglmantWhat
What made its performance particularlycommendabs particularly particularlycommendable particularlycommendable
commendable was the fact that it wasunder was wasunder wasundf
under the command commaqd of a noncommissioned noncommis noncommissioned noftcommtsstonc1 ¬
sioned officer o tcer First Sergt Charles Will Willlams WillIams Willame
lams l ame The temporary commanding ofltcer offi officer omcer ¬
cer of the company Lieut L H John Johnson JohnHn Johnson ¬
son was confined to his homo by illness illnessTho IIIn IIInThe illnessThe
The District Dlatrlct Battery of Field Field Artillery Artillerycompared ArtJllerycompared Artillerycompared
compared favorably with tho similar organizations or organizations organlzaUoM ¬
ganizations of the regular army from fromFort tromFort fromFort 1
Fort Myer The dough boys of the theFirst th th1lrat theFirst
First and Second Regiments n meftts were at attheir attheir attheir
their best loaml and as usual u ual the men of the theFirst thellrat theFiat
First Separate Battalion caused a mur murmur murmur murmur ¬
mur of adnit admiration atton along the line of ofmarch otmarch ofmarch
march Spectators maintained 1 that the theSignal theSIpa1 theSignal
Signal Corns Company however was wascomposed WILlIconapoeed wascomposed
composed of regulars ru so straight IItr was wastheir wutheir wastheir
their alignment and soldierly appearance appearanceSpecial appearanesS i iSpecial
S a aSpecial
Special Orders No B of the District DistrictMilitia DtrlctMIIIUa DistrictMilitia
Militia Headquarters issued yesterdaysay yesterday yesterdaysay
say sayT 1
Tin T fonewtK Mated united slh d MB sae wit be 00abIr honor honorably hintably ¬
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that the complete table of scores tor forpeat the thepast theput
past and present pn week will be announced announcedIn
In time for publication next Sunday SundayGLASS SuDcJayOLASS SundayCLASS
Seminars Sernlnnr Seniors IBntertaln Faculty Facultynnd Fftcu1tynnll Facult Facultand y
and Undergraduates UndergraduatesThe
The class of IMO at Chevy Chase Semi Seminary Seminary Seminary ¬
nary entertained the faculty undergrad undergraduates uadercra4vat undergraduatea ¬
vat l and friends trte at the annual class classday eauday classday
day exercises Thursday evening Under UDdertlM Underthe Underthe
the direction 41I UoD of Miss Emma Shaw Sba Lowe Loweof Loweof Lowethe
of the English department the years yearswork 7111work yeas yeaswork a
work was summarnwd in n a weldor weldorseries wellarranged wellarrangedseries d dcat
series of poems mad aapoJlGwtll straysFonowhng essays essaysFollowing
Following the exercises exerel in the the assembly assemblyhall ablrhall assembl assemblhall y
hall the graduating uattns class d marched marchedthe to tothe tothe toeras
the campus where a large 1a bonfire bonfirenude was wasmade wasmade
made to burn the bates of the yearThe year yearTbe I IThe
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The following were in charge chargeHypes Dorothy DorothyHypes DerothyHypes
Hypes mistress a of ceremonies cenmo Louise LouiseSchhtdd LouIeeSchindel Lout LoutSclatadel ee
Schhtdd class c marshal Misses X May MayArmstrong lie 1IaArm8t1OD lieArmstrong y
Armstrong Gene Williams WDU and Ruth RuthMcXatr RutltXcNalr R RYctatr nth
McXatr furnished accomnaniments for forthe rorthe
the class cl songs congaThe songsTbe aonpThe
The class ea roll Is as a follows Mary ar Erne Erneline Emetne
line Armstrong Pennsylvania Florence FlorenceElisabeth n Floren Jenee JeneeEllabetb ce
Elisabeth Bell New N ew Jersey Elisabeth ElisabethJane E1babetbJane ElisabetJa b
Jane Ja e Currey Cur Indiana Dorothy Tbom Thomp Thompson Thornp80n p ¬
son Hypes Ohio Lula LuI Dean Jones JonesGeorgia JonesGeoI1da JonesGeonxia
Georgia Carolyn Christine McKane Con Connecticut CooueeUcut C ca ¬
necticut Rath McNair W McNair NaIr Michigan Fran Frances FranCell Ftancos ¬
Cell Emily Moorshead Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaAddl PennamnaAddley PennsylvaniaAddley a
Addl Addley y Elisabeth Nichols Nlcboht New York YorkHaven YorkHav Y YI
Haven Hav I < M Marie Quimby New Hampshire HampshireIva Hamp HampshireIva hlre hlrelva
Iva Louise e Schindel Nebraska Eliza Elhmbeth Elisabeth
beth Pearl P arl Shields Washington Eth Ethel ci
De LAna Shields ShteI s Washington Georgia GeorgiaAlfreda GeorwtaAlCreck GeorgiaAlfredo
Alfredo Swan Ohio Florence Updegraff UpdegraffKansas UpdeKraKauu UpdegrafKansas <
Kansas Grace Fanny Williams Michigaa Michi Michigan Itcbland ¬
gan and Hose e Marthena Winger inpr Ohio OhioSHOUT OhioSHORT OhioSHORT
ProRrnniiiic Pro rnnnne of Humor antI Music MusicExcellently 3In 3101110BxccllentJy lc lcBxccllciitly
Excellently Curried Out OutThe OutThe OutThe
The Short Story Club met last Tuesday Tuesdaynight Tuesdaynight anS
night nS t at 522 Sixth street northwest withPresident with withPresident withPre
President eDt I L L H Wilder in n the chair and andin andIn andn
in n charge of the t programme ef humor and andwit andwit andwit
wit excellently carried out The contrib costrlbutors contributors coatrlbutors ¬
utors were 8 Mrs LIda Lair Some bipeds bipedsI
I have knotyn knot kno n n descriptive of barnyard barnyarddenuwns bamnrddenlHa barnyarddenizens
denizens Miss iU Cornelia Louise Boyd Irishmonologue Irish Irishmonologue 1I18hmonolecue
monologue Mrs C Austin Thomas who whosustained whoU8tab1ed whotustIned
sustained bar reputation as one of the fibsclubs theclubs theclubs
clubs wits in bet story tory of SammIe SammIePelten SammlePeters1 SammiePeters
Peters visit to Washington Mrs M M MMetcalf MMetcaJr itMetcalf
Metcalf What I did for rheumatism rheumatismMrs rheumatismIr rheumatismMrs
Mrs Ir Virginia King KIn Frye Fry Just kidsMies kids kidsMtes lddtIMtfs
Mtes Jessie A GriswokTs essay Pearls Pearlsof Pear Pearor Pearlsof
of wit on a string of philosophy philosophyThe pbllolophyTht philosophyThe
The musical features were mandolin mandolinIOlos mandoMusolos mandolinsolos
solos IOlos selection from Yankee Yanlt Consuland Consul Consuland CoMUland
and an arrangement of Carl Bohm byJames by byJames byJamS
James Sheridan accompanied on the piano pianoby pianob pianoby
by b Mrs Annie A Wilder the Thomas ThomasMandolin ThomuMandolin ThomasMandolin
Mandolin Club consisting conel tlnc of Mr and Mrs ldrsC MrsC KnC
C Austin Thomas Miss Cole with Mrs YrsVanCasteel MrsVanCasteel XrsVanCftsteel
VanCasteel at t the piano in delightful delightfulselections eUahUulelectlone delightfulselections
selections and Alma Ahmed Sohrab who whorendered whorendered whorendered
rendered some quatrains from old Omar OmarKhayyam OmarKhayyam OmarKhayyam
Khayyam in 10 Persian song with English Englishtranslation EngUahtran Englishtranslation
translation translationA tran laUon laUonA
A report was made m de by the committee of ofProf ofProto ofProf
Prof Kirk Miss Lloyd and Mrs Mr Rey Reynolds Rynolds Reynolds ¬
nolds deploring the e death of Mi Miss MaryA Mary MaryA Iary IaryA
A Bennett who wh was a charter ni member memberof mPln miser miserof > r rof
of the Club Among Art hg distinguished < 1 visitors visitorspresent visitorspresent visitorspresent
present wore the Syrian y nlan rian Knout llLtt Dr DrFaduel IJrI UrFaduel
Faduel Mogluibghab lOg Mogh Lb Dr FareeJ a not notable notable notable ¬
I able Persian Persianphysician physician and Mlrxa Sohrabof Sohrab Sohrabof Sohrabor
of Ispahan Persia PersiaI
The Rubinstein Club held its annual annualbusiness annualbuslnoss annualbusiness
business meeting last Wednesday In n the theballroom theballroom theballroom
ballroom of the Arlington Hotel and andelected andelected andelected
elected new officers for tho ensuing cn ulng year yearThe YMrlhe yearThe
The president pre ldont since the organization ofthe of ofthe oCthe
the club Mrs rs Hobart Brooks Brooks declined to torun torun
run again and almost the tit same officers ofltoerswith officerswith o lcenwith
with that exception excQ ton were elected as fol follows tollowe follows ¬
lows Mrs A M PI Blair the conductor conductorpresident conductorprdtnt conductorpresident
president Mrs Clarence B Rbeem for formerly formerly formerly ¬
merly Miss Eulalie Domer fiat vice pres president prellIdent presdent ¬
ident i Mrs Walter Gawler formerly Miss MissEthel PInEthel
Ethel Holtzclaw second vice y president presidentMiss pra4eatMiss presidentMiss
Miss Blanche A A Yewelt secretary MrsAlfred Mrs MrsAlfred sAlfred
Alfred T Gage formerly formerl Miss Mb Fanny JaDn At AtLee AtLee AtLee
Lee treasurer and Mrs K L 1 Yewel Yewdllibrarian Yewellibrarian YewellUbrarlan
librarian Miss MI Edna Xd James Sheeny tho thoformer thofonner theformer
former treasurer wiU withdrew drew her name namecandidate as mcandidate ascandidate
candidate for treasurer treasurerThere troaaurerThere treasurerThere
There was no opposing ticket tJcketThe
The most brilliant annual pupils con concert coocert concert ¬
cert in th u history of the Chevy Chase ChaseCollege CbMeCoUe ChaseCoiue
College and Seminary was given en Friday Fridayevening JPrtdILyevlag
evening May 19 at the cottage toy It pa pupils paplla paella ¬
ella of o Felix Gandgita and Thomas ThomasEvans TtaomaEvans ThomasEvans
Evans Greens GreensMiss e ei18
Miss i18 Layton La of Colorado was com compelled compelled compelled ¬
pelled to break nllLk the IU no encore rule andresponded and andresponded ladruponded
responded with the tIM Waltz Song from fromRomeo fromRomeo fromRomeo
Romeo and aaa i Juliet Miss Bar Harding of ofNew otNew ofNew
New York rendered JaIa Ideas Dream in inan m man Inan
an deal meanerhiss meaner wannerMiss JIIaOWJU
Miss Goff possesses p aI a rich rtda warm mezzo mexxocontralto meuocontralto mezzocontralto
contralto with the temperament of otnattYe her hernative heractive
native KentuckyMiss Kentucky KentuckyMiss lCeuluckyUJKIe
Miss TTBdegralf UJKIe ralC of Kansas XaMu hs excep exceptional excpttODal exceptional ¬
tional beauty beaut and unusual dramatic abil ability abll1t7 ¬
ity She sang My XMother Mother Bids Me Bind BindMy BIDeX BindMy
My X Hair as If Labia really was awayhies away awayMiss awa7X
X Miss Armstrong of Pennsylvania who whoreceived whorecete whoreceived
received a certificate certt eate of excellence In Inpiano InplaDo Inpiano
piano was forced to respond to an aaeft aaeftcore encore en encore
core core and gave Autumn A by Chaminade ChaminadeMies CbamtDa4eEmau GhminadsMbn
Mies Ernau Smith Sadth of Chicago ChIcapwpedat deservesespecial deserves deservesewpedar
especial m mention aUon not only oal for her play playIns pIa pIaof playlaag
Ins of McDowells Witches Dane Duee bat batfor batlor butfor
for her delightful aceonipantaienU for the thestagers theen thesl
stagers stagersAn sl en enAa Ta TaAn
An interesting IDter programme was rendered renderedFriday reedeelFrIday renderedPtMay
Friday evening at the Eptphanir Bptpbaa ChurchHoare Church ChurchHome ClaurcbHOlDe
Home by Mr Mora B E L L Givens Gt at the tb pianoMrs piano pianoMrs piano11I18
Mrs H I L L Parkinson soprano Miss K NanField Nan NanField NaaFIeld
Field contralto and Mr C F Roberta RobertaThe 1iobeIubaa Robertabass
baa bassThe
The Apollo Orchestra of fortytwo play players playon players ¬
ers on Albert P Johnston director dIrec will give ghrett peIta giveits
its tt flfth monthly free concert coaeertOl1 on Satur Saturday 8aturcIaT Saturday ¬
day evening May Ma a 21 at usual place Mc McKendree XcK8D McKettdree
Kendree rM X I E E Church in Massachusetts Massachusettsavenue cbuettaa liasachusettsavenue
avenue a northwest bet uetpeeu en Ninth bath and andTenth aDdTenth andTenth
Tenth streets during 41111 tbb time the worlds worldsSunday WOridaSunday l4a l4aSunday
Sunday school convention to in laThe sessionThe session stssionThe
The soloists will be Mr Clarence F FOwens POw FOwens
Owens Ow dramatic tenor and Mr Gilbert GilbertM GIIINrtK t
M Eiemaa totrmr humorist humoristMr hlllDGl1lltr humoristMr
Mr r and Mrs Edward W We Thompson Thompsonhave Tpssahave
have e invitations 1Dvt out for a recital to togiven be begivan beKJ
given KJ by the teachers and pap ofand of music musicand Iean4 °
and expression expr of Martha Waahmgton WaahmgtonSeminary Wstoa8etaJDary Washln
Seminary Wednesday evening ev at the thesemiaary tMaemtaarJ thuseminary
seminary seminaryThe semiaaryThe aemtaarJThe
The p pupils of C E E Chrtedanf gave gavetwo pveO gavetub
two O evenings e to their sprint springThursday r recital recitalThursday redtalTburaday
Thursday and Friday May Ma 12 and u 1J 1JArIeD 12Arlan > m mArlon
Arlon Hall Hall when the following followingwere students studentswere at1Ideawere
were beard Master Milton France JIraDeeAula Mtas MtasAnnie hb
Annie L Bowie Master Edward Edwardmet Schir Schirmer Sddrmer
mer Man Ada Howell Master MasterHelboeke Oliver OliverHetnecke 0IHwiI
Hetnecke iI b Master Karl Wampi W Cwrenee CwreneeBrook CtanDceBrooka
Brook Brooka Miss his Frieda Hauf Joseph JosephPaul BeaL BeaLPaul DealPaul
Paul Schwarz Master Frank Moskey a aquartet aquart
quartet quart t composed of George Moskey MoskeyEarl KOIIkeyEarl YoskeyEarl
Earl Wagner Charles Klee and andYoakey Frank FrankMoskey Frr1Itj0
Moskey ey and the Pupils Orchestra an anon anOIl
on the first night Those heard on the thesecond tbeaeeoncI tb tbsecond e
second night were Mis hiss 1a Amelia AmeliaMaster Gude GudeMaster audII
Master Russell II Snapp Master Ernest ErnestG ErDStoIe Er nest
G oIe 3ade de ilia MUe Etna StruMe Master LeRoy LeRoyTaylor LeBo LeBoJQ1or LtROTaylor y
Taylor Master Fred Christie t2e Le Roy RoyBerndoa Bet BetB r rBeradva
Berndoa B Fred Kewland Charles Klee KleeGeorgo XJeeor XleeCeerfa
Georgo Moskey the same quartet of ofThursday 0TIt
Thursday TIt Thtssda night D bt and another composed g composedFrieda of ofFrieda OfJI1eda
Frieda Hauf Hau Clarence Brook Le R RTaylor Roy RoyTaylor RoyTaylor ay
Taylor and John Beat BeatThOM BealThose BeatThose
Those who exhibited special talent talentindustry and andIndustry aDdIftdnatrJ
Industry were hiss Ham who played playednodes playedRocJe play ed es esRode
nodes Rode Concerto No 4 t Joseph Beat who whoplayed wlaoPland w wplayed
played Massenets Meditation e from fromThahV fromrbaIa ftor
ThahV finals and WeiniawskTa S Mavurka MavurkaXXMrtass M MObertaa asIIka asIIkaMuter
XXMrtass Master Frank Monkey Monkeyphyad 4NIII7 who whoplayed whopia
played pia de Bertofs Concerto No 1 Charles CharlesKlee CharlesIDee Char Chare le a
Klee Kle e who played de Berlots BPrtot Seventh SeventhConcerto svtJtCoDeerto Berea t tley h
Concerto o and George bleak Moskey eJ who play played pIQeel ¬
ed WienlawsfcTs Second Concerto ConcertoMrs cacertoW
Mrs Warner W A A Gtbbc gave a agramme pro programme proJrIUDIM 1 ¬
gramme at the Library of o f Congressthe Congress Co hi hithe IIIthe
the reading room lor the blind last Thurs Thursday orbQr8day Th Thday nrs ¬
day afternoon with Miss Daisy Johnson Johnsonpianist 10b1l8Oft 10b1l8OftpbmIat Joh Johpianist
pianist and composer Mrs Gibbaf Gibbsciear sweet sweetclear IIWeet IIWeetclMr
clear voice was especially well appre appreciated appreciated ¬
ciated and the songs of hiss Johnson Johnsonwhich JobD80Dwhich n
which she sang were received with en enthusiasm eathuBIuaL nen ¬
thusiasm She was obliged to repeat the theGounod tI1eGounod th
Gounod Sere Serenade atte and Miss Johnsons JohnsonsLullaby 1oJauoaLuDab7 y
Lullaby hiss f Johnson 1oh played well wellaccampaaded and andaccompanied andaceonapude
accompanied with skin aldDTbe aldDTbeIndu The D programme programmeincluded
included ed exceptionally interesting and andunusual aDdunusual
unusual songs songsMtas 8OQCSX songsbliss
bliss X Florence M Xoack pack was a soprano sopranoaolotat aopraao8OIoIItt
soloist at the hut meeting o of the auxili auxiliary auxUlary f ¬
ary of the Eighth Street Synagogue SynagogueMonday last lastMonday 1utKoada ass
Monday Koada evening She sang Adoration AdorationMaurice AdorationMaurke
Maurice Telma Telma and The Spring SpringCome Has HasCome HuCome
Come Maude White with violin obli obligato oblIgato oliogate i iIiez
gato by Mrs Samuel V Gunk Gunkencore Her HerThe HerCIICOf6
encore was The The Birdies Maiden bin Idea
Friend F riend a romance Miss U Koack has a awarm awarm awarm
warm sympathetic voice and accom accostpanted accompanied accoMpanied ¬
panied herself charnttngiyFriends e arJdlftcb1r16 charnttngiy ehtareiinslyPriends
Friends 1r16 and pupils of Mrs State 1 Bond BondBischofl BondDl8chott BondDtachoff
Bischofl were entertained last Tuesdayvening Tuesday Tuesdayevening TuHdaevenl
evening evenl e by an interesting song recital in inher 1ftber inhot
her new studio 1X3 G GauNt street northwest northwestThe JIOrth northwestThe west westThe
The rooms were decorated with flowers flowersand flowersand owers owersancl
and plants and looked attractive Mrs MrsBieehoff MTSBI8cboft MrsIISechofl
Bieehoff opened Gpeftedthe the programme pI with withfour withfour withfear
four Getoha a songs accompanying paaytng herself herselfwith herselfith r e1t e1twith
with w ith rare skill > kiII Tbe other number werecontributed were werecontributed W r rcontributed
contributed by the following pupils Mrs MrsB MrsB MrsB
B II Smart Miss Edna ScottSmith Miss JfiersBertha MissBertha MIIIBertha
Bertha Hansen and Mrs W S Blanch Blanchard Blanchard Blanchard
ard assisted tect by 1 Mr W C C M Mills 1B and Mr MrJ MrJ MrJ
J Walter Humphrey Hampbr The work of MJcs MJcsHansen IRuaeB biingRansil
Hansen and Mr Blanchard was w beauti beautifully beUlttrull beantffully ¬
fully rull rendered and the other wellknown wellknowningers 1ellkIIowner wellknownages
s ages er acquitted themselves m in theftswat their theirusual tbIirunal
usual finished and graceful style styleAn KJIeAa styleAn
An organ recital of unusual uaURalwill Interest teerostwill Interestill
will w ill be given at the Luther Place Memo Memorial X Xrial hlsmasri ¬
ri rial Church tomorrow tomor evening e at Sdf Sdfoclock UOclock k koclock
oclock by Wmtam Wall Whiddit WhJcIdItIlK organ organtat organet
tat l et of the First Gangragatl Congregational Co nal Chnreh ChnrehHe CIaadLIie ChsoreitHe
He will be assisted by Mtas Edith Edtthwen Se Sewell 8e 8ewell
well soprano and Arthur Detbert DelltertTIle bassThe bass haasThe
The popfls of Mtas Ethel Toeter ToderIIIye phststpave pianist pianistgave
gave a creditable programme ro at the thoWaehmgton tMW theWashington
Washington W Club last evening ealag assists Iby asalstadby assistsby
by Mrs Warner A GIbbs soprano sopsa and andRat trailRs
Rat Rs ph Goldsmith violinist vkUtetetThe YIoItnIKIM violinistThe
The Motet Choir directed dtrect d by Otto TSimon T TSimon T TSImoIa
SImoIa Simon will give a musical art arttonlabt programme programmetonight o oonight
tonight t in the Church of the 00 4oatawtbeginatng Covenant Covenantbeginning lltf lltfi
beginning at IM IMThe 7aTIM i iThe
The piano papiiaof pvpite of Mr B Frank G Gbest GbHt Ge Gebeet
best gave an Interesting JD programme tent tenteventof lastevening t te
evening e in m bin studio Miss LoatH MHM M11has MHMkan 1111IIIi
i has kan who dosed the concert with the theMendelssohn UIIeI theMenelssohn
I Mendelssohn eadeI Concerto in P minor with wteaorchestral Iorcb withorchestral
orchestral parts played pla7 by Mr Gebeot Gebelon Gebeoton a aaIIeOD4
on second piano also sans a contralto contraltosolo contraltosolo t t101o
solo soloThe
The Nordfca ad Y LM M C C A ynndoBn harrrfloiaGuitar ynndoBnGoitar yw ywGuttar
Guitar and Banjo crabs with Mr Wal Walter WaIT Walter ¬
ter T Holt M director will give e an In Interesting IftCODeert hitoteating ¬
teresting concert at the Y M M C C A BaUd Boilding BaUdtng Building
ing 17 1711 G street northwest next Wr1 Wr1day w wda Wedans Wedansday
day da May y 18 18 This concert will be bethe bethe under underthe
the auspices of the Y M C C A Atlonal A AtIcma1 edNa e eUonal
tlonal department departmentMrs epartmeDt1In departtnntMrs
Mrs Maori Owen Ow Beard is M lsterYork X ew ewy w wYork
York y 0Ik pursuing herstndtes Aft atIdea in stoghsgwtth stoghsgwttha ahegiag with wttIta
a wellknown teacher She was contrateo contrateosolotot COIItraIto801oIat eontxakosoloist
soloist with the Washington Wub Choral CMIa1clety Chsr l lciety So Society ¬
ciety ha The Golden Legend Ie IeprlJ given sirenAprll givenApril
April 2 M m the Coattoentai Memoriai Hall Ballof Hallof Hallof
of the D A R RThe aIbe RThe
The choir of Ingram In lags am Memorial Church Chvrchunder CIIwebthe
under the taaderehip of Mrs Louise Oar OarsonHffl 0Hm OurseaBill
sonHffl Hm win give e a aat special inotinmmo inotinmmoat
at the formal dedication tIoII of the church tin thtamorning tIIII8One
morning morningOne
One of the attractive features f of Ofm1Mlcal the themusical thismaaial
musical season the tbm past winter wtanerthe has been beenthe eeen eeenthe
the singing of Signor Signortone Robert Dm nor Da8It beny ba y ylone
lone t whose voice has attracted lovers ofmusic of ofmusic ofm1l8lc
music at Vitae New N w Willard He to ta New NowYork NewYork
York York and will return here in the anti antiFAIGONIO MItFAIOONIO autumn
Apoitollc po toUe Delegate Will Ill Attcuil Con Consecration Consecration ¬
secration of Six BlaliapK BlaliapKMost DblI8pIIJlo B + lsleeps
Most Jlo t Rev DIomede Fakxmio FaIcoaIorate apeoioHe apeoioHedelegate apeat po
delegate rate accompanied by Very Rev A AP A AP
P Doyle rector of tie Apostolic Apostolic820n Mis Mission lisdos ¬
dos House will leave tomorrow for St StPaul atPaul
Paul Mina to represent the Holy See Seeat Seeat Seeai
at the consecration of six new JIWwho btahopw btahopwwho
who have been designated to the uoc uocIn dbuc dbucn rtta ruses rusesin
in n the Northwest NorthwestThe NorthwestThe
The bishops are Rev Timothy Ttmo Cortaett Cortaettpastor Corbettputor
pastor of the Cathedral in Duluth who whowin wbowill whoirtn
win be Btohop Bleb of Crookston Mum MumRight MtIIaRlcht MineRight
Right Rev a Vincent t Merhie O S S B oC oCSt oCSt
St Marys Cary Abbey Rfchardton Rici tratoq N Dak DakBishop DakBIshop
Bishop of Bismarck N t Dak Rev Jo Joseph Jo Jowpb ¬
seph F Busch B1IRb Bishop of Lead Lead S S IalrVery Dak DakVery DYftry
Very Rev John J Lawler rector of the theCathedral theCathedral theCathedral
Cathedral of St Paul Auxiliary Bishop Bishopof
of St Paul Minn Rev James 1 OTReffly O1Rd1tyBishop OTRefflyBtehop O OBIshop
BIshop of Fargo N DoJu Dak and Very VeryRev VeryBeT
Rev Patrick Heffron Bishop of Wmona WmonaThe wmaThe
The tanpressive ceremonies will willpla 4afc 4afcplace tales
place pla in the chapel of the seminary at atSt atSt
St St PauL PauLFSEMCH PaulFREJfctr
Oneact Comedy COIIHul Presented lir Miss MissMnrthc ilbsInrtkc
Martiserho Mnrthc 3lRrct 3lRrctThe 3laretTIM
The he French eb Club Partons Parlo Parlop Fraveais Fraveaisgave
gave p a literary and musical soiree at its itsclosing IbIcl haclosing
cl closing meeting meetIn < of 19M191AThe ttW1919 ttW1919The mt mtThe
The principal number was the ant antpresentation antpre8eGtat1oa
presentation of a short French comedy comedyin Y Yla
in one set aet Mildred en Pension by byMarthe byKartbe byMartha
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played l > M7edand the attractive role of the dieaDd heroine hsrotoeand
and Miss 11 Wilier was u Irresistible la her herpart berpart
part of Monads a faithful old mammy mammyThe yThe
The fourteen characters filled their putswith puts partswith putswith
with intelligence and grace Several SeveralFrench 5eftnlFrench SsreralFrench
French choruses were suns sang with expres expression expreetdon ¬
sion and loveliness Several Sea sorts sols in inFrench InPrfteb
French and in English added lid to the thecharm tit titcbarm
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club for thetr pupils and for all aUIDtfteBte4 persons personsinterested personsinterested
interested in 1 French Its I8Ie purpose Is ttte tttestudy tae8t1Idy
study of French tttenUac JIt literature SMH and practice practicein
in conversation
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my harness or feet feetDo feetDo
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often Save me m by all means in your Our power from rr that fatal diseasetb diseasetbglanders disease the theglanders uIaDders
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by signs sl < fta yon OU may know my condition Give me all possible shelter elter from fromthe t tthe fromthe
the hot sun and put a blanket on me m not when I am working world but butI when whenI
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patiently for you long hours of the day dlL or night Without the power to tochoose toebH tochoose
choose my shoes tthC or path I sometimes fall OB the hard pavements which whiefcI
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me a safe and sure footing tootl Remember that I must be ready at t any aD7ment sss sssroent sa sament
ment to lose Io my life ur in your service serviceAnd aerYleeAnd serviceAnd
And finally O my master when my useful strength 8tl Ut Is gone do as asturn not 11Mturn notturn
turn me out to starve or freeze or lieU me me to some cruel owner to toslowl oe beslowly oeslowly
slowly slowl tortured and starved to death but do thou thoa mj master r rlife take BJU BJUlife mylife
life in the th kindest way and your God will reward r watr yen 7 here and hereafter hereafterYou b bYou beteatterYou
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was born in a stable Am Amen AmfnUlS AmenIitasted n nlas
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