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THE WASHINGTON HERALD
12 SU SUNDAY DAY MAY 29 1910
Boost for Playgrounds PlaygroundsATTEND PlaygrounGsA PiagrounthATTEND I
ATTEND A TrEND THE BASEBALL GAME GAMEChamber GAMEChamber GAMEChambcr
Chamber of Commerce vs vsKnights vsKnigllts vsKnights
Knights of Columbus ColumbusAMERICAN ColunlbUSAMERICAN
AMERICAN LEAGUE PARK PARKSaturday PARKSaturday PARKSaturday
Saturday June 4th 4thBenefit 4thBenefit 4thBenefit
Benefit of Playgrounds PlaygroundsThe PlagroundsThe
The Mans StoreClosed StoreCloseq Store SoreClosed
Closed Closeq All Day Monday MondayDecoration Monda MondaDecoration
Decoration Day DayD DayD DayD
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Drudgery DrudgeryThe
The enervating heat radiat radiating radiatingfrom radiatizig ¬
ingfrom ing izig from the stove on which whicharc whicharc whicharc
arc heated the ordinary ordinar flat flatirons flatirons flatirons
irons ironsThe ironslhc ironsThe
The labor inconvenience inconvenienceand
and loss of time tiri e Uicident to towalking towalking
walking a1king to and from the stove stovefor 5tOCfor
for hot irons ironsCan iron ironCan
Can be avoided avoidedAN avoidedAN aVOide1A1
AN A1 ELECTRIC PRESSING IRON IRONIs
Is made hot by a snap nap of a lit little little ¬
tle switch All effort et ort is con confined COI1fin conflnel ¬
fined fin d to the ironing of the theclothes theclothes theclothes
clothes The work is jone bet better bctt better ¬
ter t r takes less time and labor laborand l laborand bor borand
and costs less lessTO lessfO lessTO
TO OPERATE OPERATE31B OPERATE31U OPERATE3lb
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until the biggest Sale of ofReal ofReal ofReal
Real Estate in the his history history history ¬
tory of the District of ofColumbia ofColumbia ofColumbia
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TODAY ORDER ORDERHOLMES ORDERHOLMES ORDERHOLMES
HOLMES HOME MADE MADEMILK MADEMILK MADEMILK
MILK BREAD BREADand BREADand BREADanti
and Iwirn the delight In store toro for foryou toryou foryou
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FRESH EVERY SUNRISE
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Chamber Chal11b C l of Commerce Telra TelraTS Tfe Tfeys Tehivs
TS K IL of C NineFOR Nine ine ineFOR
FOR F OR PLAYGROUNDS BENEFIT BENEFITIllvnl BENEFITHIT3Iunnlcrjlt
Illvnl HIT3Iunnlcrjlt I Manager IMill King mid Jim JimOShen JimOShr
OShen Hot Both It Confident Cou clcut of Victory VictorySprlfrninnnnil Victor VictorSllrltmnnnncl lctory lctorySprltrninn
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pire 11 re reVrlzes IriiEvi Offered Olft recl for Heat HeatWork liedork DestWork
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The playground pla Ioun < < 1 movement in Washing Washington Wftahinston Vnalingon ¬
ton t on will receive roc lve a great impetus next nextSaturday nextS
Saturday S turdo uttcrnoorr at American League I4eaguoPark LuaguoPark
Park P ark when baseball fans representing representingtho
tho t o Chamber of Commerce and Knights Knightsof J nlght8 nlght8J
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of o f Columbus crow bats in what promises promisesto
to t o be a hotly lIoU conteutod COnC8t COBSOStOd game The entire entirereceipt entirerccelpt entireceipth
receipt r ceipth will 111 go tf tp tS > the Playgrounds Asso Association Assoclatlon Assottlon ¬
ciation c treasury treasuryLittlo trenauryJ4lttlo
Little wonder that thattho the game Is exciting excitingintoroit excitingIntorOilt
intoroit I ntoreet among the members of the VH VHrlou a arloulil
rlou rloulil r ices organizations concerned concernedand and the thesporting thosporting theporting
sporting s public at largo lkrsuCor for both teams teamsare leMmaare teamsre
are a re countod among the fastest fa tost organiza organizations Ql1ganlzalions organizions ¬
lions t ions In the District The managers and andplayers andplayers andlayers
players p are representative Phil King Kingtho KIngtho
tho t he wellknown Princeton star is man manager manager manger ¬
ager a ger of the Chamber of Commerce team teamTho teamTho
Tho Chamber team te m hits already nhe eIy given givenseveral steneral giveneveral
several s < eral very cry crediUblo exhibitions Man Manager Manger tan tanager ¬
o ager a ger King and nd his entire team left Wash Washington Y3I1ho Y3I1hington Vaehngton ¬
ington i last night on the Chamber of Com Commerce Commerce Coumerco ¬
merce excursion xcur lon to l 140rt < ort Monroe and andother aneIother andother
other nearby points Tomorrow the theChamber theChamber theChamber
Chamber team will go up against the thestrong thetrong
strong stron s soldier team This is designed asH asit as aca
H tryout for the players Mr Ir King said saidbefore saidbefore saidhstore
before the steamer Southland sailed last lastnight lastnight lastnight
night that if hl his team makes a really reallygood roall roallgood reallygood
good showing against Rfnln t the soldier boys boysho boysto
ho I to will bo satisfied theyjjvlll be vic victorious nc ncwious Ic IctorloUil ¬
torious t against the KnIghts Knlgh of Columbus Columbusorganization ColumbusorsanlzftUom
organization organizationTake orsanlzftUomTako organizatiomTake
Take It from me said Mr James A AOShen AOShea AOShea
OShea who was on 02 < 1 the Norfolk orrolk and andWashington ImdWaahlngton andWashington
Washington steantbCnt IIteamb teflbit Rt wharf to see the thoChamber tbuChAmbor
Chamber folks off those Joy riders wont wonthave wonthave wonthave
have a lookin l Okln with the Knights Inl hts of Co Columbue CoImnbU6 Comnbtss
lumbue l team in next Saturdays game gamer gameknow
I know the weakness of the ball play players plR plRers playra ¬
Ie
ers e ra who have just ju t gone aboard this boat boatand boataDd boatnd
and a nd have arranged the Knights of Colum Columbus ColumbUB Counibus ¬
bus team accordingly accordinglyISxpcct Rccorc1tnrIrIixlltet aceordinIyExptct
ISxpcct IvnlRhlN to Win WinYou In InYou InYOU
You may ma expect H It very fast panic JAmonext panicnext
next Saturday Snturda and the Knights of Co Columbus Columbl5 Ceumubisa ¬
lumbus l team will count early earl often ami amisuflkiently a1MlsuIJlclently
suflkiently in the run column to t secure securevictory secureIe
Ie a victory from the dhamber dhamberMy dhamberMy
My 11 team has had three thr good work workCVta workCVtathis < yits yitsthis ptsthis
this week and the players look good goodThe goodThe ood oodbe
The be Knights of Columbus players have haveH haechance
H chance to win 1n a gohi okl watch a loving lovingcup 101I1SCUp lovingcup
cup and H suit case ca e while mi admirer admirerof admirerof
of the Chamber team announced announc to Man Manager Manager Iaa Iaaa ¬
ager a r King that he would duplicate to the thoChamber theCbambc theChamber
Chamber > r team any gifts that were made madeUi madeto
to the Knights Inl ht8 of Columbus players playersMuch playplSMuch piayrsMuch
Much satisfaction has been expressed o pre8jed by byall brall
all hands h over the announcement that thatBetts thatBetts thatBetta
Betts and Sprlngman would be the um umpirw umptrCft urnplreii
pirw for the same The services of those thosesterling thOllosteorttn thesesterling
sterling steorttn Indicators Indica tOrtl an in every o everything > rythln thing else elseIn ehloin elsen
In i n connection with the game is a donation donationto
to the playgrounds movement movementAll m6emcntAll mvernentAll
All the mcrchantsof Washington have havepromised haveprotniee havepromised
promised the publicity publ tty committee Dr DrHarry DrHarr DrHarry
Harry Harr M 1 Kaufman aufman and Charles J Co Columbus Colun1bulJ Columbus ¬
lumbus to run r n the card rd at the t head of ofthis orthl olthis
this thl story 2tot in their advertisements dorU monts through throughout throughout throughout ¬
out the week w ek Thirty thousand thoU nc1 stickers stickershave sUtkclhave stickershave
have been 1 n donated These The will be placed placedon placedon
on packages pack at the loading merchants merchantsstores merehants2Ctorel4 merchantsstores
stores and will also be appended to tomonthly to11onthl
monthly 11onthl statements and other business businessannouncements buslncuannouncementrc businessannouncementt
announcements It I t te the request retue t or the thecommittee theIommittee theeommnittee
committee that every one in Washing Washington Vashlngton hlnc hlncton ¬
ton whether orally or typographically typographicallylend
lend a hand In this th great movement monmentto monmenttogivp movementtogive to togive
give the children of Washington ra hlnton ftdcqtttplaygrounds ftdcqttt adequateplaygrounds dCctU t tpl
playgrounds playgroundsSENTENCE pl playgroundsSENTENCE ygrounda ygroundaSENTENCE
SENTENCE COMMUTED COMMUTEDFIr COMMUTEDFirst
FIr First I rAt t Mcuteimiit Gllmcr Loii IOIteen Fif Fifteen Iifteen ¬
teen Flics for ur Fnle Stntcincnta StntemcntFirst SlnleiiienaFirst
First Lieut David J Gllmer of tho thoPhilippinE thePhilippine
Philippine Scouts who was found guilty guiltyof guiltyof nty ntyof
of making mlkln false statements in the effl efflclency emd efficleney
clency d ncy reports of one of his subordinate subordinateofilcer suboedinateouitcers
ofllcers has been sentenced > > to be dis dismissed dismlslled diemissed ¬
missed from the service serviceThis serviceThis Ilc IlcThIs
This sentence has ba been commuted by byPresident b bPrcsltltnt byPresident
President Taft to a reduction rO111 < tion of fifteen nfteenflies fifteenfiI1I 1fteenfiles
flies in lineal rank of first RrstJleutenant lieutenants of ofthe ofthe 01the
the Scouts ScoutsTRAINING > outtl outtlTRAINING i iTRAINING
TRAINING SCHOOL EXERCISES EXERCISESDrnn
Dean Acker Iter nnd Itnlilil Simon De Deliver DeIhrr Dcliver ¬
liver Addrtvoifn Adllrl t to < o Grndnntci GrndnntciCommencement GrnclnnteCommencement
Commencement exorcises cx relseR of Columbia Columbiafind CoHlmblaand Coltimbitand L
and Childrens Hospital Ho pltal Training School Schoolwore Schoolwere I Iwere
were held Friday FridA night in George Wash Washington Washington nsh nshInfton ¬
ington University Hall when fifteen nfle n stu students students students ¬
dents were present with diplomas diplomasGeorge diplomasGcorg diplomasGeorge
George X Acker dean of the faculty facultyand facult facultand facultyand
and Rabbi Abram Simon delivered the theaddresses thealldrcssc th thaddresses
addresses addressesInvocation addressesInvocation
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Invocation was U given gin h n by b Right Htiv HtivFrederick Htl HtlFrpderfck EcinFrederfck
Frederick D HowdonV HodQ and Richard R RMcMahon BMcMsiion
McMahon president of the board of true trustees trtl trtltees truetees ¬
R1
tees presented prl ented tho diplomas The list of ofgraduates orbrraduates o f
graduates follows followsMyrtlo followJyrtle followsMyrtle
Myrtle E Colman Kentucky Kentuck Sarah SarahDruce Sara SaraBruce
Druce Coran Virginia Mildred Rue RusaCodwlse Ru RuCoctwlM RueCodwise
Codwlse Maryland Mary Iar L L Davies Ala Alabama Alabama Alabama ¬
bama Lena Fisher Indiana Ethel liar Harriet liarriot
riet Garden Virginia May W 1 Glasscott GlasscottVirginia GIsscottVirginia Glasscottirginlmt
Virginia irginlmt Ida Lowollon Hodte Virginia VirginiaMabel Virginiatabel VirginiaMabel
Mabel tabel B I Jacobs Tacob District of Columbia ColumbiaLorn ColumbinLorn
Lorn E Mllburne Virginia Virginia frglnia Lee LeeMcGill LeeleGIIl Le a
McGill West est Virginia Irglnia Anna Cornelia CorneliaPurdy CornctlilPurd CornclimPurdy I
Purdy Purd Canada Lelia Butler Cayne Vir Virginia Virginia Virginta ¬
ginia May Ma R Swann Indiana Mary MaryLillian Mar MarLillian Iary IaryLtlUan
Lillian Turner Indiana IndianaMnUc ImidianaMake
Make 1111 Up n a MotorhiR oorIJ Pnrly PnrlyAnd rnrt rnrtAnd rarlyAnd
And so o park Tiding in a a TTCO taxicab taxicabRate tnxlcabRnto taxicabnato
Rate only J3 per hour Phone North 1212 1212UNION 121 121UNION 121UNION
UNION MEMORIAL SERVICE SERVICESon SERVICESonN SERVICE5lUe
Son SonN nnd IJnnhlcri of r rMeet Veterans VeteransSloet YetcrnUIIIcet
Meet at Calvary Cnhur Ch1lrch Cliurcli TonlKlit TonlKlitTUe fonlhtTile roiilglitTile
Tile Ellen Spencer Mussey 1ull5er Tent No 1 1Daughters 1Daughtels IDaughters
Daughters of Veterans Lincoln Camp Campand CainpancI Campflfll
and William B J Cushing Camp No 30 30Sens dOSons 3 3Scnsof
Sons Scnsof of Veterans U S A and members membersof mcnThorof
of Cushing Auxiliary are to hold memo memorial momorial rnoniorial ¬
rial services of tho above named organi organizations organizations organizations ¬
zations this evening at Calvary Baptist BaptistChurch BapU5tChurcJ1 BaptisChurch
Church Eighth and H streets northwest northwestRt
Rt S oclock All patriotic organizations organizationsand organizatIonand
and tho publio are Invited InvitedGumon InvitedGurnon InvitedGurnon
Gurnon R Scott chairman of the thememorial thementorlal tim timIneniorlal
memorial committee has issued l sueeI a cir circular clrcular dr drcular ¬
cular Informing each member that duty dutyto dot dotto < hltto
to UIOBO who fought and died for the thepreservation th thpreserntlon timpreservation <
preservation of the flag a of our country countrycalls countr countrcalls countrcali
calls cali them to attend tho service serviceThe serlclThe serviceTime
The committee In charge of or the tilO exer exercise cxcrclse exercises ¬
cise cises Is as follows Gurnon G rnon R Scott Scottchairman Scottchairman ScottchaIrman
chairman Miss Rose II If Sefton S fton secre secretary secre secretar secretar ¬
tary tar eM C C1Ovcraeke M OverackerVB Ocrackl BJ B J Northcott NorthcottE
E A Lang William C Robbins Silas SilasE SilasE Sun S SIi
E Ii Rohb Miss M G Spencer Mrs lr Ella EllaWashburn EllnWashburn ElI a aWashburn
Washburn Miss MIstIEmma MIS Emma F Harvard Ha arl Mrs MrsE MrsE rn rnE
E J Allen Mrs Ir5 E S Statz and Mrs MrsM MrsltL MrsM
M ltL D Gates Gatesr
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That religion r Ucton te a IncreetalB Increasing faster than thanthe thanthe thanhe
the t he population In this th country countr is shown shownby shownby shownby
by statistics in the r rICtmtiy recently c nUy completed completedc eoanpletPclcenaua completedensus
c cenaua tiu of religious reU bodies for JWS 111 which whichha whichhaa whichhas
ha has just be been n made mad public publicA
A remarkable Increase in religious religiousbodies reUJlousbod religiousbodies
bodies bod and communicants is due chiefly chieflyi
i to t o th the strength of tbe Boniest Catholic Catholici CatholwChurch CathotiChurch
i Church in big l ¼ cities cU where the greatest greatestIncrease greatestncrease rtatest rtatestIncree
Increase i ncrease In religion has been recorded recordedasserts r recordedasert rded rdedaeerla
asserts asert the th report roporLThe reportrbo rportThe
The report covers the tb period p 10d between betweenIMf betweeno
IMf I o and IMf 1 hi which time the number numberof numberof numberof
of communicants co or church members membersI m naber naberin
I in i n each 1000 of the population was for forthe Corthe forthe
the principal cities 4fl for the whole wholej wholecountry wholeCountry
j country 91 1 and for the sections outside outsideof outsideot outsideof
of big bi cities dU E EHntln 3 3II alittle
II little at 1 o of Co Communlcnn CommunlcnnTh ComnnmummienuteThe m mil ul en nt ntThe >
The Th ratio of communicants to the hc pop population population popition ¬
ulation was ali greater In n the principal principalcities principaldUes principalcities
cities than for the th whole country countryThere oountr oountrrbere countryThere
There were 4 4M 4082 EB or 35 2 per cent more morefemale rnor rnorfemale snorefemale
female than male IDa members in continental continentalUnited continentalIhited tincntlI tincntlIthtted
United States in 1 UOI while In tbe prin principal prlntJM1 prinelpal ¬
cipal tJM1 cities the excess of female tema mem members memobcrs memhers ¬
hers WItS proportionately l toss being being960S96 beingto beingot
960S96 to or 215 15 5 per cent nt Comparing the thedltf thedifferent
different dltf 4I1t classes of cities it appears that tha thatn t tI
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in I n those of the first class c tbe excess XCHII of offemale offemale lr lrfemale
female over male members was u only is isper 1 1per S Sper
per cent in the second IeCO d CHWS cta class 289 per percent Jwrcent prcent
cent in the third CHUM e 25S S per cent centIn centIn centn
In I n the fourth class cia XI 111 1 per r cent and cut cutside outside ut utlele
side lele of these th cities 36S 36 I p per r cent centIt eflatIt centIt
It Is stated stat 1 that the t greater 8RtM proportion proportionof proporU n nof
of males In the principal cities eltie is largely largelydue 1A araeiydue ely I Idue
due to the greater reatff proportionate strength strengthof str strengthot nllfth nllfthor
of the Roman Catholic Church In these thesecities thftecltla thesecities
cities citiesREV cltlaREV citiesREV
REV DR REID SEEKS FUNDS FUNDSNeed FUNDSeJII FUNDSNciIs
Need eJII Money i1lfl Umw for HI Ulle International InternationaliHMtitntc InternntlnnnlluNtltlltl InternnlloiizmlInstitute
Institute nt ShnuJhnl ShnuJhnlRev S1mnzijItiIRev Slinji Iial
Rev Dr Gilbert GII t Reid founder of the theInternational theInternatlooal t tinternational
International Institute at Shanghai ShanghaiChina Sban ShanghaiChina J JChina
China and nd fourteen years a missionary missionaryin Inlalonal InlalonalIn
in China was In Washington yesterday yeslerdayHe yesterdayHe
He left last night nl ht for New ew York CU CUwhere Cltwhere City Citywhere
where he hopes ho to raise funds for the thesupport thesupport thesupport
support of the institution which ho found founded Coundec founded ¬
ed ec for or tho purpose purpo e of fostering fOtltmn better re relations relations relatlona ¬
lations between the th Chinese and the theWestern thee8tcrn timeWestern
Western e8tcrn world worldDr worldDr worldDr
Dr Reid worked orked as a missionary under underthe uoo uoothe underth
the th Presbyterian board boa c1 but the board boardrefused 1 hoardrefused Oanl OanlroCusel1
refused to approve his activity on behalf behalfof behalfof halC halCof
of the institute and he severed his con connections conn connoetlens ¬
nections n tlons lie speaks s ak the Chinese lan language lRngU8 iangtmag ¬
guage gU8 and his friends in China number numbernoted numbernoted numbernoted
noted and influential In uenUal men menIMciity menIeut menllct
IMciity llct Ieut of Flower Tomorrow TomorrowGudc rnJI1nrrnGude FamimorrowGtmdo
Gudc is prepared to meet all demands for forDecoration forDecoration forDecoration
Decoration Day Mowers 1214 F FRUN FRUN FRUN
RUN OVER AT ATBUSY BUSY CROSSING CROSSINGTlinmnK CROSSING1homnC CROSSINGTimomnita
TlinmnK Hnndnll Sustain Sn tnln Scrimi ScrimiInjuries ScrluuInjnrlcll SerlotmaInjuries
Injuries by h I Grocery GrClctr roeery AVauoii AVauoiiWillie WzigouWhile VuJuuWhile
While crossing Fourteenth street at U Ustieet Usuett Uaticet
stieet last night Thomas Randall sixty sixtyeight slxtyeght sixtyelght
eight years old was knocked down IOWI and amirun RIWIrun andrun
run over by h a grocery wagon owned owned by byMarshall b bIar8hall byMarshall
Marshall Hall and driven by b Eugene IOus > ne Nel Nelson Nelson el elson ¬
son a negro boy 00 He sustained su tllined throe throebroken throebroken threebroken
broken ribs and a fractured collarbone collarboneRandall collarboueRandall collarboneRandall
Randall was removed rmovc < 1 to his home In Innn Innn inan
nn automobile and treated by b Dr Hard HardIng lIardIng Hardins
Ing Tho driver was a arrested arrf ted and later laterreleased latCrrelea laterreleased
released relea d under promise proml to appear if ifwanted Ifwan ifwanted
wanted wantedTravelers wan wantedTraveers ted tedTravelers
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YOU V OU can afford to cast away the old Gocart Goca t and get your baby in tune with summer We offer offerreductions offerrfductions offerI
I reductions r ductions in the prices of Gocarts which whicl3 you simply cannot resist Taking advantage of our ourreductions ourreductions ourreducti
reductions reducti ns on Upholstered Furniture will mean a rejuvenation of your parlor and were doing our ur part by bya bya
a scale of reductions which means a distinct saving on any piece you buy Please note that the store storewill storewill storewill
will be open a half day tomorrow
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FISHING CLUB OFF ON CRUISE CRUISEHouseboat CRUISEHouseboat CRUISEHouseboat
Houseboat of East Washington Or Organization Organizftion Organiztion ¬
ganization Weighs Anchor AnchorGood Anchorjelflel AnchorGout
Good Ship Sh II Diary 1 r with wIe It 31crryCrciv Merry MerryCrer lerrTCrt
Crciv Crt n on Unit Hoard ru lent Ien ra III for f i Jim Jimno lIn lInun it mm mmotI
no un n Cove CU Va VaV1Ut YoWith n nWith
With With the Crimson and White colors fly flyinc Jlytats ty tylag
inc from rom tb UN the foremost for of their t1teuH t1teuHboat house houseboat hauseboat ¬
boat the East Wftshtagtttt t Rod and Gun GunClub G GClub GunClub
Club pulled a away ay y from Its wooringa oti orhis p In InEastern InEtern liiEastersi
Eastern Branch last evening e at 9 oclock oclockand ociOkand oclockand
and aIl oft toward the ATiftola IrPaiM shores shoreswhere shoreehere shoreswhere
where here for the next n xt four days they will willbold wtllbold willhold
bold forth They wilt anchor In Gnnson GnnsonCove GonsonCove GunsoisCove
Cove Va VaBesides VaBesides VaBesides
Besides President John Guethler aueth r who whohtw whoby whohet
htw het the entire affair in hand the other othermembers olbermembers othermembers
members of the club are as follows followsEdward followsEdward followsEdward
Edward McNally lc U Arthur McXally lc aIlY Am Amwose Amhr Amwose
hr wose Cook Albert Ibert Wdm W V Adams William WilliamLohinan WilliamLo WilliamLolmmnan
Lohinan Lo n Leonard Lanhani Robert Will Willsey WillI Willsey
I sey Fritz Wolf AVIIIIam Witte Charles CharlesErb CbarlesErb CharlesErb
Erb Otto OU Guethler Christopher l lantx lantxCharles LantaCharles antx antxCharles
Charles Moran Fred Fl Fle Plalachanasm ischm ichmafl n Leon Leonard Jeonard Leonard ¬
ard Kuhn T eopold ifirkJ Ij1rke Lewis Xally XallyPhilip NallyPhilip any anyPhilip
Philip IJoarioue JJ rloue Wttfiam Wilson and andRichard aDdnf ass assRichard
Richard nf < harct t r Roberts RobertsThe Roberts RobertsAte RobertsThe
The good ship hlp Atery Ier as a the houseboat houseboatIs
Is dubbed is well equipped with Ith peon provender ptO ptOender peoncadet ¬
ender of all sorts and with the addi addition ad4lItion uldltlon ¬
tion of the game that will be provided providedby prO1dedb providedby
by b the amateur Isaac I nae Wai WtOM tons and the theuunrode thenbmooe theuburode
uunrode of the club it is safe ArC to state statetliat alatethat statethat
that all U will be well provMed for forThere forThere forThere
There will also be music mu lc galore when whenProf whenProC whenProf
Prof Ober conducts Iris coachhorn coachhornband cocbhnrnIJan coachhnrnhamsd
IJan + band This Is by the way a thoroughly thoroughlynew thorou thoroughlynew blY blYnew
new innovation In the line of instru instrumental lnatrumental InErumnentsi ¬
mental music Shortys ShorlJ unique orches orchestra orchestnt orchestnt ¬
tnt is destined deeUn to be one of the features featuresof
of the trip and Chef Will Lohinan has hasan hRSan hasan
an able corps of assistants who 110 will m pro provide proMe proride ¬
vide Me delectablo delicacies for elite epicu epicureans epicureans epicuresins ¬
reans reansAmonjr reansAmon resinsAnong
Amonjr Amon the invited guests ts are included includedofllcers In inciujeiofficers lnded lndedo
officers o Ic rs of the Mayflower I8ilo r and the Dolphin Dolphinand Dolphinand Dolphinand
and prominent business men of EastVaslllnrton EastWashington East EastWashington
Washington and the camping grounds groundsor
or rather waters where the East Wash Washington Was WasIngton ash ashInbton ¬
ington Rod and Gun Club bivouac will willbo w11lO willbe
bo O the rendezvous rerllle < ous of launches and sail sailing sallIng saillug ¬
ing craft connected with the various variousswell varioussell variousswell
swell yachting clubs duO of this city elt for the thenext thenext th thiext
next four days daysIValcli daysWntclm ars arsnteh
IValcli nteh for n Clly CIl U n nt < Itnndlc Highlands IIIJhlnndllLOCAL IlIglilimudsLOCAL HighlandsIOCAL
LOCAL MENTION MENTIONKXCUUSIOVS MENTIOliJ MENTIONixctitsios
KXCUUSIOVS J TODAY TODAYN TODAYsrfek 1ODA Y YS
N > rfotc awl VaihlDitloM aMiou Steamboat Companys CompanysttMmon C41q CesauysltSMOi n netan
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StniiMr cloths Macalcster for Mount Veraon VeraonLCHTW VemonIea Vern1eaun
LCHTW Iea Serorth street wharf at 10 a m and BIll 1K 1Kp 1t5Po 116p
p M MCars lItCars iscars
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Inn Bring the ladies Tables reserved reservedupon r reervelupon fe1 fe1upon
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PRIEST AND ND PASTOR R INITIATED INITIATEDliiliiuc INITIATEDtmIiiir 1
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Itntloii lint limit uf if Ionniln1 1omntin1At Ionniln1At >
At the he aemiannual visitation ltAtk n of th thSovereign timSovereign <
Sovereign Council to Pioneer Council CouncilSons CoundlSomI CouncilSons
Sons of Jonadab the original o nal order hist histFrHay ladtFriday lIt lItFrtda
Friday Frtda evening eenln < < Rev He Eugene E Hannan Hannanpastor Hannanpastor
pastor of St Martins lardn Catholic Church Churchand Churchaad Churchand
and Rev Re H G Langley Y pastor of the thelaurel t tLaurel theLaurel
laurel Methodist Church in X Nebraska Nebraskawere NehIBkawere sa saere
were ere initiated into the work of the or orUMA order ordir
dir derTJte
TJte aeetlng eet wu UI occasion GC JDOrC JDOrCua more morethou
thou ordinary interest Addresses were iwerei 1 > ere ereby
0 i by Sovereign Soft Chief Ch CMO C F 5ad 5adarth wd wdrth udarth
arth rth Sovereign So t Deputy Chief Rowe Roweaad RoweaJMt Rowetad
tad Messrs James Jal 8 Myiloway Iony W C Kiely KielyThomas JtkoIYThoma leIyThOUMC
Thomas Mullowny Mullown Charles RossiCer th thnewly the tlMIWwly thenewly
newly initiated in1tlat members m mbers and other otherArrangements otbersArraJIemenLS others othersArrangements
Arrangements are being beln made for fO th thclosing tM tMcIosIn theclosing
closing cIosIn visitation of Potomac Council Councilat
at Harpers Ferry on June 11 which will willbe willbe m mbe
be followed by a public meeting meeUa in the therove theIroe thegrove
grove rove the next day dayA cia 4 4A r rA
A picture true to life the th sham battle battleat battieat battleat
at Randle Highlands Monday MondayHONOR MoncIa MoncIaHONOR MondayHONOR
HONOR THEIR PRINCIPAL PRINCIPALAInniinc PRINCIPALAltwlIne PRINCIPALA
AInniinc A mm am InC of 11 1 Xntloiinl ta I 101 a Cathedral CathedralSchool Cnthec1rnlScl Ca I 1 e1 rat ratSciuoj
School Scl ool Knlrrtniii nt Dinner DinnerThe IHulurThe lIniierThe
The The Alumnae Association of the Na National National National ¬
tional Cathedral School gave a dinner at atthe Rtthe mitthe
the New Ne Willard last Ia t evening elOnln compli complimentary complimentary oomphmuentary ¬
mentary to the principal of the school schooland ecbooland schooland
and the class of 10 The table decora decorations decorations decorations ¬
tions were the class colors white and aadsold IlDdoJd andgold
sold oJd and the class flower a single white whiterose wbltoroM whiterose
rose was attached attach to the place cards cardsThose cardsTIKHIe crd crdThose
Those present were Mrs lrs Barber Walk Walker Walkor VAlker ¬
er principal Miss 11 Olivia Matthews pres president prcsIdent president ¬
ident of the association Miss Mallory MalloryChurch MalloryChurch IMlioryChurch
Church treasurer Mies Adelene Ham Hammond HMmmooo Barnmend ¬
mond chairman of committee commltt e on arrange arrangements arnmStmenta arrangements ¬
ments and the Misses Frances Fran Millon MillonMarjorie MillonMirJore UllonM
Marjorie M rjorlf Hooker Hook cor Angelina Huff Ger Gertrude Gertrude Gertrude ¬
trude Gordon Marie arle Louise Far FArman FArmanMAry FarmanMary man manMary
Mary Barber Marjorie Harvey tide IJttePatch IJdaPath tidePatch
Patch Dorothy Doroth Myers Iy rs Ruth Kalbflicch KalbflicchMary 1 KalbiliechMary < alb lcch lcchlrary
Mary Matthews Iatthc Helen Minor Lucy LucySasscer IJueySas8C60 IeucySasseer
Sasscer Mildred Aubrey ubr y Christine Fox FoxRobyn IfoxRobJI FoxRobyn
Robyn Young and Marie Aldrich and andthe an anthe anidthe
the members of the 1910 class Misses MissesMarjorie MissesMarjorie I1acs I1acsMarjorlc
Marjorie SkeWing president Phyllis PhyllisSchuyler PhyllisSchuler PhyllisSchuyler
Schuyler vice president presklent Dorothea Rich Richsecretary Richreeretar RIChsecretary
secretary reeretar Katherine Barker treasurer treasurerAdelaide treasurerMelaldo
Adelaide Allen Lucy LIIC Barton Francos FrancosBrooks FrancosBrooks FrancesBrooks
Brooks Estellc I teUe Crane Aileen An l DrumgoW DrulltgoldTennle DrumgohlJennie DrumgoWJennie
Jennie Fassett Ruth Juth Gardner Hejen BeJenHaU HeenHall
Hall Josephine Iarvey llare ifarvey Charlotte Howe HoweDorothy HoweDorothy II
Dorothy Culms Dorothea Moorehouec MoorehouecMargaret MoorebouseMargaret OOte Utc UtclIRrgaret
Margaret Moorthouse Ioorehou Jeannette Smith SmlU11 Smith1eiia
Leila Lell Stout Agnes A nN Porter and laabolle laabolleVyman liabolleWyman I
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yeatpriluy yest rl l afternoon Mrs Irs F W Pratt Prattwife Prattre Prattwife
wife re of a member of the firma of A J S SPratt SPratt SPratt
Pratt f Sou was thrown from her vic victoria vietotia ¬
toria and 1 painfully injured when an auto automobile automobllo automobile ¬
mobile swung around the corner of ofentt Sev Seven 5eventi ¬
entt en t rath nth street and crashed into the thecarriole thet1Lrrlnt thecarriage
carriage carrioleThe t1Lrrlnt t1LrrlntThe carriageThe
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was WR not injured He disappeared e1 ppeard leav leaving Iea leaylog ¬ I
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field games of the BtwtiwM Duet High H h School SchoolAltftnai SchoolJ SchoolAhpm
Altftnai Ahpm J Association AaIodatIonAl at t its ta excursion to toMarshall toXarn toMarshall
Marshall Hail on June 1 I Gold medals medalswill meda15wUl medalswill
will be given iven for the firsts ftrel silver medals medalsfor mfdalsIflr medalsfor
for the second Jtec and bronae medals for forthe forthe forthe
the thins A silver R r cup win also be begiven beJden begiven
given to the individual athlete scoring scoringtb scoringtbe ring ringthe
tb the largest number of points poIn The Th meet meette meetIs meetIs
Is open only to District Dl lrkl of 0 Columbia Columbiaschool ColumbiaCbool Columbiaschool
school bo bot boys > s vand and The Presidents Cup Cupand CupaJMI Cupand
and a handscme banner will UI be awarded awardedtho aardedthe awardedthe
the school whose representatives re ntaUe score scorethe 1ICOftthe scorethe
the greatest retlt8l number of points In individ individual htdlvklu hedividimal ¬
ual u l events This Th s cup will become Uw Uwpermanent Uaepetnumett thepermanent
permanent property pro rty of the school hOOI win winning 11nin winning ¬
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novices tnere tb timere will be three races raeeeyar raeeeyarclash mcesyer4 mcesyer4dash wyard wyardlast
clash last SWyard Sf yard dash and standing tlud broad broadJump 1No 1NoJump broadjump
Jump For firstyear students there will willbe willbe m mIe
be a 75yard dash and Mftrard rarct dash dashOpen dashO dashOpen
Open O to all school bOOI boys bo will 1It be a 1M 1Myard 1fttrd ii iiyard
yard trd dash da Jh MOyard run one mile m e run run12pound run12pound I I12pound
12pound shot bot put standing broad Jump JumpMad jumpkad Jumpsinel
Mad a relay race < o ODe e mJe of 4 teams of offour orfour offour
four men menThe menT menThe
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several tral days da I and a number num of returns returnshave returnshare I
have already been made Entries Entrte close closeon oee oeeOH j jon
I on May Iay 51 with Dr AV B Hudson HUC IOn Bus Business Busj BusjI Bushiesa ¬
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jell Fourteenth street northwest Compet Competitors ComHttto Conipethors ¬
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trants and nd will il be good ood going toin to Mar Marshall Marshell r r ¬ I IhaU
shall haU Hill on either fith morning mornln or after afternoon afterI afterInoon afterboats ¬
noon boats Steamer MacaJeater leaves at atItr 1 1A
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street wharf The games commence commencepromsHly commencepromptly
promptly at 4 I oclock oclockThe oclockThe I IThe
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Referee Dr D E Wlber starter C E EBeckett EBetkett EBeckett
Beckett clerk of the course A M Ches Chesly ChesI Chesly
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