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National N ational Charities Confer Conference Conference Conference ¬
ence Programme ProgrammeCARDINAL Issued IssuedCARDINAL ls ued uedCARDIN
CARDINAL CARDIN GIBBONS TO PRESIDE PRESIDECommifiMloner PRESIDECommilltioner PRESIDEContmssloner
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of o the United States StatesTwo StuteMTwo StatesTwo
Two hundred eminent Catholics presided presidedover presidedoer presideover
over by Cardinal Gibbon and represent ropresent1ng representing repre ent entIng ¬
ing the Catholic Charttie of the United UnitedStatos United5tatOll UnitedStates
States will hold a conference at the theCatholic theCatholic theatholic
Catholic C atholic University September 25 to 28 JBthe 28tiio 28tho
the final programme for which was as an announced announced anounced ¬
nounced n by tho executive committee committeetnlay yes yeeteniay yesterday
terdayCommissioner teniay teniayCommissioner tnlayCommi8loner
Commissioner Rudolph will be invited invitedto
to give the welcome address The sub subject subJect subject ¬
ject of children xnjl IUV x1a i the dangers to which whichgirls whichKlrl whichgirls
girls Klrl are subjected will bo paramount paramountthemes J8raJountthemes paramountthrones
themes Papers will be read by Very VeryRev VCrYRot VeryRor
Rev James Sullivan C H Emmitsburg EmmitsburgJames EmmltsburgJamtl lgmmttaburgJames
James E Fee Boston William J Doherty Do Doherty Doherty
herty Now York Joseph W Yo 1 Brooks BrooksBaltimore DrookBaltimore BrooksBaltimore
Baltimore Timothy Tlmoth D Hurley Hurlo Chicago ChicagoPatrick ChIcagoPatriek ChicagoPatrick
Patrick Mallon Brooklyn A J Reid ReidPittsburg ReidPIUaburg ReidPittsburg
Pittsburg Mrs Thomas Hughes Kelly Ieblyl KellyNew KII KIINew
New N ew York Mine 1J tlss 8 Teresa R ODonohue ODonohueNew ODonohueNeW ODonohueew
New N ew York Mto lUtUI Graco OBrien Brook Brooklyn Brookhn Brookyn ¬
lyn l yn Mrs James Ryan Baltimore Mrs blrsMary MrsMary r rMar
Mary Mar Gaynor Wilson 1 Jeon Chicago Dr DrThomas DrThomaa DrThomas
Thomas F L Lien n Boston Dr Lawrence LawrenceFlick LwrenceFUck LawrencFlick
Flick Philadelphia Bernard Bon and Fox Cin Cincinnati Cincinnati Cincinnatl ¬
cinnati Rev R6 Polar OCallaghan C S P PChicago PChlcafO PChicago
Chicago A A Doyle Philadelphia John JohnMarron JohnMarron Joh
Marron Pittsburg William llUam F Downey DowneyWashington Downt DowneyR > y yWuhln
Washington Wuhln R aahlnRton ton Rev Francis lr8 H Gaviak In Indianapolis IndlanapoU8 Indlanapolis ¬
dianapolis Mrs P J Toomoy room 0 St Louis LouisYen LoulY
Yen Y I Rev A P Doyle C S P Washingion Wash Washington uh uhIngton ¬
ington and net Rev John T McNfcholas o oP OP 0P
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The Th e conference was wa or organised in I Washiagton Wash Washington Yashhagton ¬
ington a few fe mantes JftQn a ago a 88 and ad this will willbe w1llbe
be the flr first t one held Cardinal GIbbon Gibbonswas GIbbonWid Gibbonwas
was made honorary hOllOlar president Right Rev RevMsr
Mgr 111 T J Sbahan Staab president Judge Wil William wnUam WIlham ¬
liam II D De Lacy tre treasurer ttrer Rev R v Dx ArWilliam DxWilliam DrWilliam
William J Kcrby Kerb secretary socret < < r and the thevice tbeIre th
vice Ire presidents and executive eommlttewere committee committeeHere committeewere
were elected el ted from fro nearly nenrl ovary over principscity principal principalcity prSnetpalcity
city in the United StatesChairman States StatesChairman StatesChalrmaa
Chairman of the subcommittee fnciudM Include IncludeM IndudM
M G McCormick B Frank Saul P J JHaltigan JHalUpn JItaltigan
Haltigan Thomas J Donovan F l Edward EdwardMitchell EdwardltchI Edward4Itcheli
Mitchell ltchI and William Willi F Downey and andthe andthe an anthe
the reception committee consists of the thefollowing theCol1owlDK th thollowing
following followingTtaM Col1owlDKIhoa f ollowingThecae
Thecae Maboaer MahoerJata 1IahoMrJ I a W Roddy J P Clascy ClaaoiJobs ClascyCaron CtnOTloba
Jobs n UaUowar llollorayl It M I Pette VraDdi MCCaron MC MeCaron
Caron J A Rowan JMM J J Ihufce Ua e Barry Nailer NallgrDr NailerDr Xalle1Dr
Dr J C OCoonrU T f D > McCarthy Xe < rt1v Thmsa A AStniomft A5t AS
Stniomft 5t S pb s + John Job Panrter li 7 Wade Mr andMr and andMix luad1In
Mix Mr Peter I DuD John Make Chwk Hill A AR AX AK
R rfeher F IWr T A llasTord Victor ictor Gatti StopJwa StopJwatti SI SIUttt StepheaUstti
Uttt tti Martin 1 rtbt MFall I FaU M lHrice uric V Moore oore Albert AUwrtJ AII ert ertJ
J Wale WoI Ixmitf I A BwroU Oeorae G F Haibte HaibteA
A K acn to n R McDonald CharIea Chart P 1 lids Ur E EItnwdm 11 11llnwdPft Eiawda
Itnwdm iawda Dottfhtrtjr A C f lAMbert J Leo KolbDr Kolb KolbDr KoibDr
Dr C E t OTonnor 0 aII Edward Wahh Ctairte K ItH Kee Keeann o onan
nan G H Doyle 1 > 0 R J UMMM U W U LpkiC LpfcjT LpfcjTC
C J Cotantlma toI Jota S McCoy JOMT P B Bwlf haagJ rg rgJ
J T English 1 LawrciM Manput X II SlIM SbMP SlIMF SirsF
F PSheehr P I Shvriiy 8 T X Oallartx 0a11a Kr W P Nonaoyfe X NoaaaeyieJ
3 K C Morrinoa forrilll > tl John H Mien Ilea O H Tarry JohB Jdsaenc JohBsrm Jab Jab1tIft
enc H Het r Dr John W Sooncley M M I tattt naulohn tatttJohn babaJohn
John K Cannon D L TOhr4en OBrttn John J Svtttrea SvtttreaIatrirfc sulftsItrirt 9rdMwua1attiet
Iatrirfc A MrMahon raboa John C f Neck eek A Oanwann Odtwsnahark OanwannChart Oa11rbrholt
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W V MeOraih eGrath John II PltagwaM 1I 4 M I Joeeph JOtI Iljr IljrTboMM n Ryaa RyaaTheme s sTbGMN
Theme PMT F Patrick It ride T XUnnd Uud RWwid Jtl tanl S SMitriMtl sMiteiM SMltdNH
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The four days programme as announced announcedyesterday announcedyesterday announcedyesterday
yesterday follows followsSunilny follov8Suncln followsSunday
Sunday Suncln September SC t mber O5
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to be 1J rreafciwl OTW 0 ova br hia ominenee James Ja OrtUol CsrlbaalGibbooAddpese OrtUolGibbon OanUaalGibboaa
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930 9 a m aaPrreeofatioa Prcaeatatioa t1oa And UUcnMoii 4 eT r reports nportson rertJOft
on the condition of dthoifa UI IIe changes in citte tf1ts die dfoc tHoMd diecees
cees c M > a and Md State StateS Itt Ittp StatesI
S p RatIliewsiae M DiMMAton D of report continued co U and CUll OBBclnded CUlleluded oaeladed
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Mr lr Falter of New York X Natural richt ridatl of ofdependents ofdeope o odrpmslesta f
dependents deope dente Her Dr J W Melody I of o Chicago ebb ebbS
8 p BU JILsctlon Section I The Protection of T TCMtg TCMtgGlrb Tau Tauaids a aOtris
aids in n Oar lAv LATRO c Uttlw 1 Report i rt oil tf the be In IntemaUoMl JatftMUoMl IntenseUoel
temaUoMl Atodatkm for the Protection of Young YoungOlrls 10QIIgGirl Yasa YasaGirl g
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ports p r1a from dues dU on da dangers Kon to which yeap JOHDK JH C cirh cirhre d dare I Iare rb
are re axpooed 3 The work of protection Informally Informallydiseuued intone lafonaaUdbw5ed intonedlswesed
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Tuesday September 27 279JO 7
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dNirah ehur and social problems Mgr White ltlte ef l Brook Brooklyn Brooklyn Brooklyn ¬
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of 0 New ew York YorkVedneailnr Yorkelnecln7 YorkednesdnT
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to haw ba lea minutes JaIn minutestan
tan 1 > > IK I > DIlmnaarRt Permanrnt organization of the tb tbUnMI Na National ¬
tional ronferewo e of Catholic Cat OlfC Charities RaporU Itlfl < trla of ofcontntlUeeis 0 0COUPDIUeM
contntlUeeis BJ BlfCtlon ctton of ofOoK Adjoilnwacnt AdjoilnwacntThe A Adjntrnsecatest < < lj < < tnNRcut tnNRcutTho
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pn president U nt Qf f SU St Marys industrial School BalU BalUSEEK Bal BalSEEK Baltiwon
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SEEK TO AID CLERKS CLEEKSUnion CLERKSUnion CLERKSUnion
Union Veteran Legion to Support SupportRetirement SOPlortnetlrem SupportRetlrem
Retirement netlrem nt Petition PetitionTho PetitionThe
The Union Veteran Legion will hold Its Itstwentyfifth Ustwentftrth f ftwentypith is
twentyfifth annual encampment at At Atlantic Atlantic
lantic City Clt from September 13 to 17An 17 17An 17An
An effort will bo made to aid the SODS SODSof Sopsor Sop s
of Veterans in the circulation of their theirmonster theirmonster they theymonster r
monster petition to Congress which Is Isbeing Isbeing i ibeing s
being prepared at tholr national head headquarters headquarters
quarters In this city to have the th Federal Federalgovernment Feteralgovernment FeCt FeCtgovernment cal
government give Ivo a a square deal to th t tllos tllosof oso osoof so soor °
of Its employes who havo grown old i ithe In Intho n ntho
tho sesvie se S rtop M The indorsement of tho t1f ftn ftntrlU flncamPI1U onctmp
camPI1U ctmp t kill 1l1 be sought for the passage passager passrtgof
ot the mont bill billCAPI
CAPI L BUILDERS BUILDERS HOME HOMEWill HOMEUI
Will UI Plan PInn for Return Visit bit of Nor Norfolk Norfolk
folk nnd Other Societies 5oeicthesAfter SocietiesAfter SoelethIIAfter
After spending Saturday Saturd y and Sunday In InNorfolk InNorfolk n
Norfolk as guests of the exchange there therethe theretho
the members of the Washington Washln ton Builder BulldersExehango BuilderExchange I
Exchange returned to the city early earl yes yesterday yosterday es esterda ¬
terday terda morning morninghlle morningWhile j jWhile
While hlle at Norfolk about 100 members membersof S Sof
of the Baltimore and Richmond
exchanges exchangejoined s i iJoined I
Joined them and the whole party 1 > nrty w wextensively was wasextensively as
extensively entertained during their brie briestay brief briefstay f I Ii
i stay Arrangements are being made by bythe b bthe y 1 1the
the Washington exchange to entertain the themembers th C Cmembers
I members of the Norfolk Richmond and andBaltimore andBatumr an anBaltimore d
Baltimore exchanges when they como to tothis toI t tthis o
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Great rea Event men at atIRST Randle RandleHighlands Ran RanHighlands
1 ± Highlands Today TodayFIRST
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FIRST IRST annual hilldimbing contest to be held by the Automobile Club of Washington at Randle RandleHighlands
1 Highlands today beginning at 2 P M arid continuing until about 630 P M MEverybody MEverybody MEverybody
Everybody come and enjoy seeing the fastest cars ars in the country try for the handsome prizes offered offeredSee offeredSee offeredSee
See the many improvements that have been made madeWhen madeWlren madeWhen
When George Washington and LEnfant L Enfant planned the Capitol Capi ol they faced it fronting this thi this beautiful and andpicturesque andpicturesque andpicturesque
picturesque section secti n now so favorably known as Randle Highlands not n not t only because of its high elevation elevationbut elevationbut elevationbut J
but because it was then and is is now the healthiest place in the District DistrictThere DistrictThere DistrictThere
There is no better place in the District of Columbia for homebuilders or investors than RandleHighlands Randle RandleHighlands RandleHighlands
Highlands Congress has already appropriated more than 400000 4001000 for improvements in our section sectionwhich sectionvhich sectionwhich
which money is now available in the United States TreasuryRandle Treasury TreasuryRandle TreasuryRandle
Randle Highlands Highl nds commands a most charming and magnificent view of the city cityBuy cityBuy cityBuy
Buy now either for home or investment before the money for improvements is spent and reap reap thehandsome the thehandsome thehandsolne
handsome profits that are sure to followLots follow followLots I ILots
Lots now selling from 150 to 1000 25 cash balance easy n monthly onthly pa payments paymen ments1ilO = ts no interest ortaxes or ortaxes ortotes
taxes until onethird of the purchase price has been paidFor paid paidFor paidFor
For plats prices termsr terms and full information call at our branch office Minnesota and andPennsylvania andPennsylvaniaAvenues Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaAvenues PennsylvaniaAvenues
Avenues Let our salesmen explain how 500 will from and I
stop you rom paying rent put you under yourovn your yourown yourown
own roof in 90 days daysUNITED daysUNITED daysUNITED
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But There Is IsOwner One Which bicl1 So SoOwner NoO N o
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A twoline advertisement appeared in inTh tnThe n nThe
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its6 Inar In < < it simply slmpl stated that a gold bracelet bracelethad br8Ctlothad bracelethad
had been found and that the owner should shouldapply shculdawl shouldapply
apply awl at the office of Th The Washington WashingtonHerald WuhlngttlnHerald WashingtonHerald
Herald HeraldThe HeraldThe HeraldThe
The first rst applicant appeared bright ard ardearly 8J 8Joarly arc
early He H was a young man althoul h hthe hthe
the bracelet Is certainly cortalhlY the property nf nfa Moung rata
a young oung woman woman He gave some Initials Initialswhich Inltlahwldch Initialswhich
which w were re not on this particular bracelet braceletand braclftand braceletand
and wont away awa disappointedAlong disappointed disappointedAlong dlsappotntodAlong
Along in the forenoon a young womantelephoned woman womantelephoned womantelephoned
telephoned from Alexandria She had lost losther lother losther
her bracelet and w wu certain when hen she shpaaw
saw the advertisement that the one which whlohbad
had be been n found belonged to her She was wuer
very er sorry when her description did nottally not notially nottall
tally tall with llh the one in The WashingtonHerald Washington WashingtonHerald WashingtonHerAld
Herald olliceThen office officeThen ofI1ceThen
Then came another applicant Again the thebracelet thtbraeelet thebracelet
bracelet which was miming m1 tng was not the theone theone theone
one which had been found and onceagain onc oncagain once onceagRln
again there was a a disappointed dlsAPJ lntod girl girlThe girlThe girlThe
The constant Inquiries Indicated that thatTho tbatTho
Tho Washington Herald Is a good adver advertising ad61tIdng adverUsing ¬
Using medium They The also showed that thatfour thatfour thatfour
four gold bracelets bavo b been en lost lost al although although ¬
though the particular one In The Wash Washington raah raahIngton ¬
ington Horald office still awaits Itt owner ownerOUTING ownerOUTING ownerOUTING
OUTING AT MARSHALL HALL HALLSocieties HALLSoclctlc
Societies of St Dominics Church toCelebrate to toCclclirnte toCeletlrnte
Celebrate Tomorrow TomorrovrThe TomorrowTho
The Holy Name Society and the St StVincent StVl StVincent
Vincent Vl ent do Paul Society of St 5t Domlnlcs DominicsChurch DomlnlcsChurch
Church will m give a family faml excursion toMarshall to toMarshall toMarshaU
Marshall Hall tomorrow Boats will willleave Willleave 111 111leae
leave the Seventh street wharf harf at 10 a am nm am
m 290 and 630 630 00 p m and it Is ex expected expected expeeted ¬
pected the largest gathering of the pa parishioners parishioners ¬
rishioners of St St Dominics and tholr theirfrlonds tholrfrlonds tholrtrlonds
frlonds that has ever enjoyed these an annual annual annual ¬
nual events will be on handLOCAL hand handLOCAL handLOCAL
LOCAL MENTION MENTIONEXCURSIONS MENTIONEXCURSIONS MENTIONxcunStON8
EXCURSIONS TODAY TODAYXerfolk TODATKorf
Norfolk Korf llr and Washington Steamboat Company Companysrteamn Companysteamrrs Compal11tcun
steamrrs tcun rs from foot of Sercntk street at t for Old Point PointComfort PointComfott PointComfort
Comfort head Norfolk < taUt ftt t Cs G4i p m mSteamer mSteamer
Steamer Charles Chul Macalcster for Mount Vernon Vrrnonear VrmonIt Vernonleaves
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and Sunday palace steamer SL Johns JohnsCan lohDiClrs JohnsCan
Can from Fifteenth Flfl otb strret and New ew Yon avenue avenueevery afenueetcry umulun
every un quarter hour for Zoo Park Chevy Che Chase and andKtnslnclon aDdKensID
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Dont Worry orry About Qualities QunlltloiWhen QunlltJesWhen
When you ou buy furniture at Grogans GrogansGive GrogansGive GrogansGive
Give your purchases the test of actual actualuse aetunluso actualuse
use and If any an defect should appear it itwill ItwIU i iwill t
will be remedied to your satisfaction or orthe orthe o othe r
the article replaced without questionGrocers question questionGrocern questionGrocer
Grocer Find Jno G Melnbercn Iclnber Brcnd Brcnda Drca Drcaa d
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floors on Monday Monda August 29 Same hav ¬
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LAST RITES TODAY TODAYVeteran TODAYVeteran TODAYVeteran
Veteran of G A R to Rest in Ar Arlington Arlington Arlington ¬
lington Cemetery CemeteryFuneral CemeteryFuneral CemeteryFuneral
Funeral services for Philip J Hoflllgor Hoflllgoraged Homlgoraged Hoinlgoraged
aged seventyon sevenuono < > years one of the oldest oldestemployes okJeBtemployes oldestemployes
employes or the Pension P nsloo Office who died diedSunday diedSuod8 diedSunday
Sunday Suod8 night at his home jtfG 1 6 Thlru Thirtyfifth Thlruflfth ThlrufiCth
fifth street tr 8t will be conducted c nducted at the reel residence rOllIdenco reeldence ¬
dence Wednesday Vdnesda morning at 918 51 by byFather b bFather byFather
Father Corbett CorbettInterment CorbettInterment CorbettInterment
Interment will be in Arlington Ceme Cemetery Cemeter Cemotery ¬
tery ter under the auspices of the > enoainp enoampment enoainpinent enOllUtPInent
inent of Union Veterans Taps will lilbe lilbesounded be besounded besounded
sounded at the grave grave which will be the theonly theonly theonly
only feature of the burial serviceMr service serviceMr aenJceIr
Mr Ir Hoi Hoffllger liger was W J born In Alsace AlsaceFrance AlsaceFranCb lsece lseceFrnee
France August 1 189 1 and was was a grand gtandson grandson grandson ¬
son son of Paul Hofillger who served in inRochambeaus 1nRochambeaus inRochambeaus
Rochambeaus army arm during the Revolu Revolutionary RcoluUonar Revollitionary ¬
tionary Uonar war He come c came tne to this country countr in in1SH InlH inISf4
1SH and enlisted in Company ComJILn I Nlnety Nlnetyflfth Nln8 Nln8flfth Nlnetyfifth
flfth Pennsylvania Volunteers August 23 23KS1 231Si1 233SS1
KS1 and was discharged for tOrdlsablllt tOrdlsablllttareh disabilityMarch disability disabilityMarch
March 20 Ism He was a member of ofI orfeodo ofMeado
I Meade Post No I Encampment 06 and andUnion andUnion andUnion
Union Veteran Legion of Washington WashingtonHe ashSngtonBe
He is survived by his wifeThe wife wifeThe wifeThe
The pallbearers will lU be Col Shannon ShannonHolman ShannonHolman ShannonHolman
Holman Rlggs Col W V S So Dally M I IWelaa IWeIB6 IWeise
Welaa Dr B D Hartigan and Dr DrCharles DrChartes DrChartes
Chartes OConnor OConnorWatch OConnorWatch OConnorWatch
Watch for a cu City > at tI 2 Kunfllo nun undlo 19 Highlands HighlandsSlneo HlghlandsUore Highlandslore
lore Melons elonA Arrive ArriveSince rrITe rrITeSlnlo
Since Saturday Snturda evening six or more vessels ves vessels vessels ¬
sels laden with watermelons have arrived arrivedat arrivedat arrive arriveat d
at the Eleventh street wharf from Ches Chesapeake Ches ChesaplaliC Chesapeako ¬
apeake Bay BIl and Virginia points They Theyare Therare Theyare
are selling for 13 per hundred and with withthe until untiltho untJ1tho I
tho melon season closes about the latter latterpart lathepart r
part 1 > art of September ships will continue continueto continuto e re
to arrive in port portAT portAT
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BONDERS HOLD NAOHFEIER NAOHFEIERDeparted
Departed Viennese Singers Praised Praisedat Praisedat Praisedat
at Aftermath FeteSuccess Fete FeteSacccBN FeteSocceu
SacccBN of Bier Reception Reception and Kom Ko1nntcra Kommcru Kommers
mcru in Honor lI 1orof of Gexnnsvcrein GexnnsvcreinLa GeAnng rein reinL eln elnI
L La I I Discussed DiscussedThere DlacnsncilThere DhcnsliecJThore
There wag quite a a goodly oodl gathering gatheringof gath rlng rlngof
of congenial oongenlal spirits at the Washington WashingtonSuengerbund WashingtoSuengerbund YasblngtonSuengerbund n
Suengerbund rathskeller last night hold holding holdIng holdIng ¬
ing a Nachfeler to the th visit of the Vien Vienna VI Vlenna en enne ¬
na Academlschor Geaangcreln Ge Gesangverelnlast 3nSereln last Sun Sundaj SUndnJa Sunday
day dajThe
The officers and many mlln of the committee committeemembers committeemembers committemembers e
members ware re preset prc pr gttt t and repeatedlydiscussed repeatedly repeatedlydiscussed repeatedlydiscussed
discussed with feelings of eminent satis satisfaction MUStaoUon Satisfaotloli ¬
faction the various events connected connectedwith connect connectwlt connectwit4l ell
ells
with wlt the test and kommers The conga congawhich flonSswhich songwhich s
which were heard at the kommers hall hallon hallon hay hayon t
on Sunday night were repented only onlyprobably onbprobnblY
probably with a little less ass harmony and andv andlq1 an anv d
v v lq1 i no doubt due to the strenuous times timesexperienced timest timet s
t > experienced the day da before beforeThere beforeThere
There was as dlso also an Informal meeting meetingRt meotin meotinat g
at the Eighth street rathskeller yesterday yesterdayat y
at noon at which hlch Chairman George W WSpier V VSpier VSpler
Spier and other members of the executive executivecommittee executivecommittee executlycommittee e
committee were ere present A preliminary preliminaryfinancial prellmlnanfinancial preltminarfinancial y
financial report was discussed and It de developed deeloped deeloped ¬
veloped eloped that the affair turned out a sue success IIUCcess suecess ¬
cess from a financial as well as a a social socialand Boclnland sodaand 1
and artistic standpoint standpointThe etandpolntThe standpointThe
The students left yesterday esterd for Phil Philadelphia Philadelphia Philadeiphia ¬
adelphia where they were entertained entertainedby entertainedby entertain entertainby ed
by the th German societies of that city cityHibernian cityJllbernlnn cityHibernian
Hibernian Convention ConT ntlon Tonight TonightThe TonightThe TonightThe
The Ancient Order of Hibernians of th tne tneDistrict the theDIstrIct S SDistrict
District of Columbia hold their nint nintbiennial ninth ninthbiennial ninthbiennial h hes
biennial convention tonigHt In Eagl EaglHall Eagles EaglesHall EaglesHnll es
Hall commencing at S oclock Matters Mattersof Matterof Mattersot s
of Importance are to be disposed of re reports reports reports ¬
ports of officers to be submitted and an anofficial anomclal a aofficial n
official report mado of of the national con conventlon cOIvenUon conrentlon
ventlon held In Portland Oreg recently recentlyConsiderable recentlyConsIderable recentlyConsiderable
Considerable Interest Is being 1 > elng displayed displayedas disPlay e eas d
as to the election of officers for the com coming comIng camIng ¬
ing two years and the fortyfive delegates dElegates dele dolegates ¬
gates present this evening will 111 have plent plentyof plentot plentof
of candidates to choose from
WIRELESS 1 1Civil PHONE PHONEASSISTANT PHONEASSISTANT
ASSISTANT NEEDED NEEDEDCivil NEEDEDCiyil NEEDEDService
Civil Service Examination to toBe toB toBe
Be B If Held eld Soon SoonIf
If there thcreJcs ie anybody aa T in Washington who whowo
II would wo ld like Hketo Ito to bp b aa assistant tUt m m wire wireess
lew J ess es telephony telepho be can take examination examinationbefore examinationbefore
I before a civil service servk board September JlThe n nThe
The War Department need needs some me one to toAH toIII toW I
AH 2 W a vacancyOne vacancy vacancyOne aeaneyOne
One of the most wonderful air talkingmachines talking talkingmachines talk1ntID6chlnes
machines in the world has been ectabj Ntab NtabIshed eatabltshed
Hahed at the Bureau ef Standards in inPierce InPierce
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Pierce Mill road whereby communicationwlOt communication communicationwlfh cornmunlcRtlonwlfh
wlfh the Signal Service In the War an annex
nex neXt at Seventeenth and G streets hasbecome has hasbecome ha i
become possible It has a shaft which whichis whichis hleb
is no larger than a mans thumb yet et re requires requires requires ¬
quires a 7horsepower motor to run itThe It ItThe It
The assistant wireless telephone opera operator operator operator ¬
tor who ho can prove Hove to the civil serv service service JV JVboard ¬
ice board that he has a a working knowl knowledge knowledge knowledge ¬
edge of the subject can earn a salary sal salary Klary ¬
ary of 37e flOSt 1OSt a year yearDOOTOES yearDOpTORS yearDOCTORS
DOCTORS DOpTORS BLAME HOUSE FLIES HIESXc
Xc esc v Theory Advanced ns n1 Cause for forInfant torInfant forInfant
Infant Paralysis ParnlrniThe PnrnblIlJ1CTke ParalysisThe
The common house fly is If partly IMUU blamed blamedfor blamedfor blamedfor
for infantile paralysis and although althoughnothing althoughnothing althoughnothing
nothing has been said definitely Concern Concerning tpacernIng neern neernIng ¬
ing the insect and the part it is sup supposed tIIOPposed supposed ¬
posed to play p1a with 1th the disease Dr Wood Woodward Woodward ood oodward ¬
ward of the Health Department Departme h hamong hi hiamong isamong >
among those tho e who wish 1 h to see the fly ex extermlnated flXtermlnated exterminated
termlnated termlnatedThe termlnatedThe terminatedThe
The health officer of Seattle Wash Washhas Wuhhas Washhas
has issued a a bulletin which has been recoived re received recolved ¬
ceived in Washington ashlngtun stating that preecautions pre precautions preeauUons ¬
cautions should be taken against 3gaia t the thedisease thedlsQAse thedisease
disease even though It Is not determined determinedwhether determinedv determinedwhether
v whether bother It is s contagious or not and a l fixes fixesmuch fixesmuch fixesmuch
much blame on the fly flyDally flyDeily flyDaily
Dally communications communl aUODS have been re received reclhred received ¬
ceived by b Dr Woodward from othercities other othercities othercities
cities Indicating that there Is a move movement movenumt movement ¬
ment on foot to make infantile paralysis paralysisa
a reportable reportAblo disease It is spreading rap rapIdly rapIdl rapidly
Idly Idl in every ever State within Itbln the unlvn nhn as asmay asm asmay
may m be seen een by b the records r rds vbut but its itssource Itssource itssource
source is not yet learnedfc learned
fc Physicians P cI ns and surgeons are busy in investigating So1esUsattng Investigating ¬
vestigating its symptoms and are ro ar arriving arrlvln ¬
riving rlvln at different conclusions conclusionsABHESTED conclusionsARRESTED conclusionsARRESTED
ARRESTED FOR DESERTION DESERTIONIecobnrpr DESEltTIONleClIburg DESERTIONLeeebnrg
Iecobnrpr Vn n Man Ian Ia Returned ReturnedHome neturn l lHomC
Home forvTrlnl forvTrlnlArrested for Trial TrlnlArrestcd TrialArrested
Arrested yesterday esterda afternoon in Penn Pennsylvania Pennlanla Pennsy ¬
sylvania sy lanla avenue by b Detective ODea ODe of ofthe oftho
the Central office force upon a charge of ofdeserting oCdesertDg ofdesertltng
deserting desertltng his wife Co and child John Mil Milatend MUstend Mu
stead jr left late last night in the thecharge tkechargo thecharge
charge of a deputy sheriff to stand trial trialat trialat
at Leesburg Va VaMHstead VnMilstead
MHstead was arrested Just as he wasentering Was waaentering Wasentprlnl
entering a scutrate cutrate ticket office to par parchase parch pn r
chase ch e transportation out of town H He Hewas e
was 85 taken to the Sixth precinct station stationMllstcad stattonll1stead
Mllstcad at first refused to return to toVirginia toVirginia
Virginia without formal extradition extraditionpapers extmdlUonpapers extraditionpapers
papers but on the arrival of Deputy DeputySheriff DeputySherlt DeputySheriff
Sheriff J D Lambert of Loudoun LoudounCounty LoudounCoun n
County Coun he changed hie mind Hocharged Ho te techarged hichargod
charged with having left I t his wife and andBaby aootiab a andbaby
Baby tiab on May Ma 9 1911 1911Xevr 1911ew
Vex ew Plnyfrronmls OpenInformal Open OpenInformal OpenIntormnl
Informal ceremonies attended by b 4W 4Wchildren 4 4children 4children
children marked the opening p nlng of the play playground playground playground ¬
ground at Columbia road road and Fourteenth Fourteenthstreet Fourteenthstreet Fourteenstreet tit
street northwest yesterday morning un under under ¬
der the dlrrc direction ton of o James E W lest C8t sec secretary secretaIj ¬
rotary of the association liter Usc Florence FlorenceKent FloIencKent FlorenceKent
Kent the directress of the new grounds groundand groundsand groundsand
and her assistant Mrs Bentley The Thegrounds Thegrounds Th e
grounds are well supplied with 1th swine swineclimbing Snpclimbing swingsclimbing
climbing poles 1 > 01 seesaws c while sand sandboxes sandboxes son d
boxes are provided forthe younger chil children children chitdren ¬
drenThe dren drenThe drenTh
The Th ctranM of temperature Im > in n th the h Sahara asuch aw awrich a aItlch rc
rich that while the d da dev 7 ma may be 1 optreasiT oryresstvely ly hot hotat hotdht hotat t
at right it is freezing cold
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Death of o Mr Mrs 111 Elizubcth J Bate BateMrs DatelIrs BatesMrs
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a row days ago o at Los Aagolac Aag A geNt do She Shecam l lcame
cam came here many years a ago o from Indiana Indianawhere lDd1anawbore Indianawhere
where she held high rank as a teacher teacherof tffteheroC teacherof
of music and n4I for a long time filled ftlltdposttJon a aposition aposition
position In the Postoffice Department DepartmentOn DepsrtnelitOn psrtment psrtmentOn
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raatoly compelled to resign n from the gov government ov overmaont ¬
ernment service and took a trip abfl abflwherlJ abnPad abnPadwhere abroad abroadwhere
where she remained for t several months montleaHer monthsHer monlt monltHer
Her daughter dau ter Lula Bates Bat became me the thewife theWIfe thewife
wife of W W Ammen whose father fatherIs
Is an editorial writer for the Baltimore BaltimoreSun BaltfmoreSuR BaltimoreSun
Sun and her home is now at ichenectady ichenectadyN chenfCta4yN
N IT Mrs Bates the mother was wasactively v vactively
actively and prominently Identified with withthe withthe withtit
the tit Vermont moiat Avenue AY8 Ue Christian Church Churchwhere Churchwh6l Chaxchwham
where wh6l ado conducted con uctec1 a Bible cfcu class She Shewas Shewas Shewas
was a a woman of rare attainments attal ments and andspoke andspoke andspoke
spoke and wrote IOto with much strength strengthpersonality J = e epersonality
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personality was meet charming and on onAeared 004eared
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Washington to whom the news A WS of h her herdemise herdemise er erdemise
demise came as a a shock Theiateriaent Theiateriaentwill Thet1atermeotwill The I terment termentwill
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