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Don't Fail to Visit the
Old British Convict Ship Siccess
Now in Washington, en route to San Francisco,
where she will be a feature of the great Panama
THIS WOXDERFCI. VESSEL HAS MADE HISTORY.
Is no. tic Conttrt Ship Succra wat built of eolld Bnrmah Teak, at UDnlmaln. British Ealt
India, at an armed East India mcrchsntuan. Pnrchaacd br the British rovexmnent in UQ2. sh
was cooTcrted Into a floaUnc conrlct prison, and became the commodore ship of the Felon Fleet,
betas erw-itlr known aa "lie Qrraa IleU.
fahe a the oiliest' shin In the world and the onlr conrlct ship left afloat of that dreadful Am
of bene which sailed the Bern Seas in 1790 A. D. She is uodiuifed after all these lean, noth
ing being omitted but her bnmsn freicht and tadr sufferings from the craeltiea and barbarities
practiced upon them. Aboard her are now shown, in their origlnsl state, all t&e airless dun
geons and condemned cells. Uie whipping posts, the manacles, the branding Irons, the punish
ment Delia, tne jeaaen-axea cat-o -nme-iaio, roe cooin dsui,
and other fiendish InTCntiona of man's bratalitr to his frllow
man. " lram keel to mast she cries aloud the greatest
lesson the world baa erer knows in the hlatorj of human progreisj.'
Now open to the public daily, Sunday included,
10 a. m. to 10 p m.
ot the medical school j Dean Hamilton,
of the law school, aad Dean Bowlea, ,of
the dental school, formed an escort to
flnr. Olrnn. of Ke 'York, and Chief
Justice "White, .of the United States Su-.
pram Court. Then came the canaiaaieo
for honorary 'degrees. thn other celebri
ties, such as' Dr. Samuel S. Adams., Capt.
R. K Townsend. mlUtary aid to Gov;
aivnri! Dr. Daniel W. Baker, the mem
bers of the faculty and the graduates;
headed by .Henry Healy, who .was grad
uated as a bachelor of arts magna, cum
laude tor his class average. ot T, per cent
in all studies; finally ths alumni.
Slowly, to: the strains of "Son f
Georgetown." ths procession wound
around the campus: When everybody
was seated, solemn-faced, black-capped
and gowned graduates at the left of the
stage and the noisy. ro!!!k!ng alumni at
the right, where they could cheer and
Jeer the recipients, of sheepskins. Father
Donlon began the opening address.
tit you 'want to see monuments of
Georgetown." said the .rector. "Just look
about and you'll see on all sidesher sons
striving in every walk of life. They are
her monuments, noary witn i years
Georgetown Is younger than "ever.' more
virile than ever, and more prosperous
.than ever." .
In his charge to the graduates, Fatner
Donlon urged them to make use of their
training and accotnpUshments by endea
voring to become leaders of the people.
He added that there are as many, oppor
tunltles'open to tbem for good and great
work as there sre men In their group.
"We give you honor," he concluded,
"hoping you'll be true to Georgetown.
I can ask nothing greater."
When Dean Creeden had, finished
reading out the formula with which
each candidate for an honorary degree
was Introduced and Father Donlon had
presented to each his diploma and hood
and the jolly alumnae over on the right
had voiced their acceptance of him as
a brother by hoarsely barking,? Hoya
Hoys. Saxa! Hoya. Hoya, Georgetown!
Glynn, Glynn. Glynn!" or "Rlano!" or
"Lackaye!" or "EwingI" the graduates
benn to ret their decrees. Two hundred
and fifty-eight get degrees aa. bachelors
of laws; thirty-five as masters of laws:
forty-eight as masters of patent laws,
twenty-seven as bachelors of arts: one
as a bachelor of science In medicine;
sixteen as doctors of medicine, and
thirty-two aa dent) its.
A Splendid Kqnlpmel.t.
In his address to the graduates Gov.
Glynn spoke on "Work." With the equip
ment Georgetown had given them. Gov.
Glynn told his young friends, they ought
to amount to something out in the world,
if they'd only work, and he besought
them not to let clrcurjistances hamper
them. "Robert Louis Stevenson." he raid.
wrote like an angel while dying liko
a man. Helen Keller, inougn Diinu.
deaf, and dumb, sees the wonders ot
creation and hears the music of the ages;
John D. Rockefeller can't eat. and Car
negie can't spell: but-and here the gov
ernor paused to let It sink into tne minds
of tired youths these people did not per
mit what they "Could not do to prevent
them from doing what they could.
"Indifference to tho magic of work."
said Gov. Glynn, "the potency of drudg
ery. Is the curse of too many college
men. They want to fly before they can
rrcen: thev want to be ten thousand
ftlollar men before they are thirty-cent
apprenuces." Then the governor launch
ed a' castlgatlon of dollttles and dilet
tantes who are "too Intellectual, too fas
tidious" to take an active part In public
affairs. This was by way of urging the
graduates to perform their civic duties.
Prizes were swarded as follows:
List of Prlxe-s.
Senior Gold medal for rational philos
ophy, to Henry T. Healy.
Medal for science, to Henry T. Healy.
Prizes open to general competition.
The Christian doctrine gold medal, to
John SI. Murphy, '14.
The Dixon elocution medal, to James
D. Hlshon. '16.
The Merrick debating medal, to J.
Francis Ryan. 'H. f
The Father Murphy medal, to D.
Loughran Daly, '16.
The Hamilton phllodemlc medal, to
Rufus S. Lusk, '17.
The Lynch-Pendergatt medal, to Ar
thur J. Shannon, 'li.
The Morris historical medal, to John
C. McNamarra, '15.
The Mallory medal, to Bernard S.
The Garvan oratorical medal for the
"best oration by a student of the senior.
junior or sophomore class, to Dolphin V.
Graduate degrees were awarded as fol
lows: Bachelor of Arts Bernard S. Brady.
John G. Carter, Hush Carter. Donald
V. Chlsholm. John F. Connelly, Edward
I. Devlin, Jr., Hugh Doherty, Edward
McT. Donnelly. George T. Drlscoll.
Charles Duffy. F. Howard Eldridge. John
J. Fahey.. Henry Healy (magna cum
laude). Edward V. Helskell. Leo T. Law
ler. Benedict F. Maher, William C Mar
tens, Charles J. McLaughlin. William a.
McNulty, John M. Murphy. , William H.
Frendergast. Bernard Rabaut, Delphln
V. Rodriguez, John F. Ryan, Arthur J.
Shannon. Ronayne M. Waldron, and Har
old G. Waters.
Bachelor of Science in Medicine Jo
seph P. Madlgan.
Doctor of Medicine Charles B. Cllzer,
J. Leroy Farden, E. A. M. Gindreau,
Arturo L. Guerra. William A. Hyland,
Evarlste La Riviere, John D. McGulre,
Andrew W. Mahoney. Ferdinand H. Mis-
Retea, Paul. Richmond Gustavo A;' Bos.
Frederick Bchrelber., Harry J.'-Tat. .ad
' .Bachelor of Laws Timothy Charles
Abbott Grover G. -Aderholt Joseph A.
AlbU T. Edwin Albtnson. Horace aCTAW
bright. Harry. C. JArrostrongA Howard, M.
.Armstrong, William C. Ashford, R
Carron Baler, James D. C. Battles.
William- H. .Bauer. Harold ' V. tBeacom.
Francis J. Becker. Merrill M.. Blackburn.
Harry C Blanton. Oeorge'W Bond, John
W. ,Bonney, Alfred -Ji Bonomo, Ray
mond J.'Bour. Jr.. Charles R. Bradford,
Harry. L Bralove. Joseph C . Brelten
steln, Hugh Brewster, James E. Broth
ers,, Winiam J. Buckley, Walter B.
Burns. William F, Bursey. Ralph J.
Burton. WllUarh M. Burton. William M.
S. Callahan.- Grade Callaway,. Robert B.
Camarlllo, Earl J. Campaxxl, Thomas, J.
Campbell. .George H. Carmbdy. Harry
M. Carroll, Thomas G. Carver, Bruce Li
Casteel, Arthur N. Cbaraberlln, Claude L.
Chsppuls, Harold B. Chase, Samuel 8.
C. Chllcote. John .W. Chrlstje. Bernard
A. Clark, Charles R. Clason Charles T.
Clayton. Leo Colin, Herbert' B. ColwelV
Bernard Connor. William L Connelly,
Michael F. Conner, William J. Connor,
Charles H. Cooksey, David, T. Copen
bafer, Norman C. Coop, Earnest Cornell,
Jeremiah A. Costello. Jesse S.vCottrelI.
Paul X. Coulon. Joseph Coursey,
Joseph N. Crowe, Paul R. Dally.
.Charles WJ. Dean, John F. Deeds,
William Ji Devlrre, Joe T. Dewberry,
Robert H.1 'Dodson. Thomas S.
Donnelly, Florence J. Donoghue.
John A. Dowd, James V. Downey, James
P. Dunn,- R, -Augustus Dye. Harold .L.
Ella; Howard Ewart, Charles Fahy,
Chris Felnle, Clarence C Fenn, Albert
F. Fessenden, William O. Flroved, Ed
ward Fisher, Samuel J. Foley, George F.
Frick, Jacob J. Friedman, James A. Fury,
John S. G. Gallagher, Henry O. Gartner,
Charles D. German, Frederick R. Olbbs,
Clarenra K. Glover. Antonio Gonzalez-
Lamas, William J. Goodwin, Noble A-Ttontght to Washington.
uoraon, uixie . uore, Jos. w. unraes.
has also been lrrmg" at Buffalo, have.been
informed' ot the negotiatlona .here by, fre
auent bulletins from the repressnUUves.
After the Mexican revoioiKwai" -
thilahiwl their' retreat they, got in
touch' with the American delegate at
Niagara' Fallvjrho Jumped in ine saw
Department automobile) and hurried to
Buffalo. Two hours later the secretary
of the American delegation announced
that a meeting-was being held In Buffalo,
but ha did not know-exactly where.'
Presented "owe ArsrBfsiwnts.
At th A. B.' C. conference yesterday
the Americans presented the arguments
outlined for them by Secretary oryan. ma
Mexicans presented counter arguments
which, because of their Intimate knowl
Ar nt thr-tr own country, left the Ameri
cans without' any evidence for rebuttal.
It U said.
When the Americans, for example,
argued that there should be a bipartisan
election committee to guarantee a fair
"A bipartisan board is all right for a
country where there are two parties, but
In Mexico there are as many parties aa
there "are leaders. Carranistas. Vllllstas,
ZapaUtas.' ad infinitum. In Mexico tha
man Is the thing, not tne party.
"An election commission might work
In the United States, but not in Mexico."
The Americans then argued that the
next President of Mexico must be an
Senors Cabrera and Zubaran returned
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coma by the advice
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designed to so lubri
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pressure reacting on
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have been put to every '.trial under the
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And Judging by the fact that "Mothera
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A. Hart, Wayne M. Hart. Morgan L.
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Hevers. Alberto F. Hevla, Vivian, O. Hill,
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L. Hoffman. Frank N. Holford, Frank T.
Hooks, Franz A. Hoster, Chas. L. How
ard. J. Wm. Hunt, Stephen E. Hurley,
Robert A. lAnson, John A. Ignaslak,
J. Van Ness Ingram, Robert P. Ironside,
Herbert J. Jacob!. WUmer Jeanette,
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son, Jr.. Jesse T. Johnson. Maximo Ka
law, Harry H. Kalupy, William J. Kava
nach, James S. Kean, Frank J. Keelty,
George W. Kelly, Sidney E. Kent. Charles
H. Kesler, Martin J. Kllsdonk, Raymond
Klst, James Klaasse, Frederick A. Kllnge,
George E. Knapp, Maurice Koehler,
Jacob L. Krupsaw. William H. Lawder.
John J. Lenney, Gilbert M. Lewis, John
J. LIchtenwalner. Ray G. Light, Joseph
Loeffler, William J. Lynch, Joseph J. Mc-
Convllle. John T. MeCormlck. Wilson F.
McCray. James P. McDonald, Arthur L.
McDowell. Albert McGinn, John J. Mc
Inerney, Elmer W. Marsh, Frederick F.
Mason, Gentry H. Mattlngly. Victor E. J.
Mayer. James J. Meehan. Richard L.
Merrick, W. Clarence Meyers, Joseph
Mtllenson. Monroe E. Miller, Frederick S
Molse. David B. Morgan, Henry G. Mor
gan, Thomas F. Morlarty, Leon V. Moss,
Edgar E. Mountjoy, Edward L. Mueller,
Robert E. Mulroney. James C Mul-
vaney. Arthur H. Murray, Asa B. Mus
tain, William L. Nellla. Walter R. Nel
son, Thomas P. Newbold, Edward P. S.
Newman. Joseph N. Klelson. Chrlsto
pher A. Nolan. Frank H. H. Nolte. Clif
ton H. Norrls. Arthur B. O'Brien.
Francis V. O'Brien. John J. O'Brien.
John D. O'Neal. George F. O'Neill.
Lester E. Palmer. Grover F. Patton.
Cktrence M. Peck. Joseph A. Pessagno.
John L. Peters, Uldrlch Pettlne, John
rP. Pfelfer. Charles Plozet, Perley H.
Plant, George P. Plummer. Wallace E.
Preston. James A. Purcell. George T.
Rawlins. James H. Reld. Francis A.
Rellly. John A. Rellly. Henry A. Rich.
William T. Richmond. Stephen V. Ridel.
Marvin L. RItch. T. Baker Robin
son. George G. Rorke. Leonldas B.
Rose, Lynn A Rowell. George S. Ryan.
Arthur F. Sanne. William A. Schlobohm.
Robert A. Scott. William G. Scott, Fred
U Sharp, Paul W. Sharp. William T.
Shea. Orvllle E. Shirley. Leon Shore,
Norman E. Sims, James R. Skinker. Ed
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M. "Smith, Ashley B. Stalnback. John J.
L. Sullivan, Timothy S. Sullivan.
Thomas V. Sullivan. Aloys W.
Suelzer. Harlson S. Thayer, Thomas
A. Tlghe,. John R. Tomlln, John W.
Topping, James S. Torrens, Lee L.
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L. Trlplett. James T. Tuohy. Juan Urce-
Iay, Herbert M. Vosburgh. Louis J.
Wahl. Edward J. Walsh, Thomas S.
Ward. Carl W. Weeks. Clinton R. Whit
ney. Alfred W. Wilkinson. Jr., Harry A.
Williams, Ross Williams. Charles Wolf.
Ross J. Woodward. Maurice P. Wrenn,
and Joseph C Zlrgle.
Master of laws Marcus Borchardt.
Lionel H. Camlleld. Nils Chalmars, Carl
F. Cook, John Cudlhy, Roy L. Dally.
Charles "Edgar Davis. Robert H. Davis.
Charles Raymond Donnelly, Richard 8.
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Johnson. Lawrence KoenlEsbergcr. Bolitha
J. Laws. Charles E. LeFoe. Frederick 8.
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Tyler, Thorsas G. Wall. Jr.. G. Philip
Werner. H. Stanford Yohe, and A. Stuard
Master of patent law Howard M. Arm
strong, Frank E. Barrows, Edgar F.
Baumgartner. Merrill M. Blackburn,
Marcus Borchardt, Frank A. Bower,
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Lionel ir. Camfleld. Carl F. Cook, Joseph
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Harry Hr Kalupy. Charles H. Kesler.
Arthur'B. Marsh. Frederick F. Mason,
Monroe E. Miller, Edward L. Mueller?
Robert E. Mulroney. James C Mulvaney.
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R. Smith. Ray L. Stlnchfield, Anderson
H. Tackett, John R. Tomlln, Lee I
.Townshend. Juan Urcelay, Rufus M.
Weaver. Benjamin Webster. Carl W.
Weeks. Ernest F. Wenderoth. Edmund
B. Whltcomb, Harry A. Williams, and
Robert M. Zacharias.
Doctor of dental surgery W. S. Bene
dict, Charles C Bockey, Clarence A.
Chandler, C, Edward Channlng, John V.
Cozanvi Geortre Eastwood Cox Thomas
'Joseph' Daly, Leonard M. Desmond,
Daniel Albert Doherty, Joseph J, Eckert,
William Anthony Duffy, Robert Lloyd
Eller,, William C Farmer, George C.
Fowler, Edward L. GambllL Rogello
Garcia; Louis Herrera Giegel. Francis J.
Gargan, Charles Gordon, Harry H. Hef
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Hobbv Frank T. Marsaen, rioya v.
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JackuesVLv Splegelblatt, James Anderson
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: ; HORNING
BBYAH AI0NE HOPES THAT,
PTFr-t MAY YET ENEE
Mediation, with Carranxa represented,
was admitted last night to be Impossible.
Secretary of State Bryan alone professes
hope that the rebels may yet be repre
sented at Niagara Falls and that media
tion by the A. B. C powers may yet prove
of some value.
The note of the mediators to Carranza.
made public Monday night, is regarded
by constitutionalist agents here as finally
ending the faintest hopes of the first
chief's participating in the conferences.
The only suggestion in the mediators'
note is that the armistice be reconsidered
by Carranza, and on this point Carranza
is firm. It became known yesterday
that not only would agreement to an
armistice, check the campaign with Mexico
City as its object, but would create an
unfavorable Impression on the people of
The belief Is gaining in Washington
that the final outcome of the entire mat
ter will be an announcement on the part
of the United States government that
the Internal muddle must be fought out.
but that the United States will keep
watch to see that all International ob
ligations were lived up to by both fac
tions. Pedro Detvlllar. the personal repre
sentative of Felix Diaz, who came here
to further the candidacy of his chief, and
who was later prevailed upon by Senator
Towns to Join with him In urging the
name of Gen. Fernando Gonzales as the
man of the hour to cope with the Mex
ican situation, left Washington yester
day. Constitutionalists here call this "the
failure of another Clentiflco trick," and
point to Huerta's repudiation of Sena
tor Towne as a piay on nis part to
make the United States government
believe he was Ignorant ot the plan
to Influence President Wilson to the
Charles A. Douglas, attorney lor tne
constitutionalists, said last night:
"It is true that Cabrera and Zubaran
were in Buffalo today. They went there
bv reauest to give to the American
delegates the true condition of affairs
in Mexico. It was deemed proper to
do this, so that Messrs. Lamar and
Lehmann might be enabled to advise
wisely and intelligently both with the
mediators and with the President of
the United States."
POSTMEN'S OUTLNO TODAY.
(IIDclals ot Poatofflce Will De Guests
Invitations have been extended to the
officials of the Washington City Post
office and the Postofflce Department to
be the honor guests of the Letter Car
ries' Association at the annual excursion
to Chesapeake Beach tomorow. Special
train service for the members of the
association and their families and at
special car for the guests of honor will
be proviaea. a program oi amicut
events and other entertainment has been
The invited guests include Postmaster
Otto Praecer. Assistant rosiraasier u.
J. Robinson. Carter B. Keenc. director
of the postal savings system: Merrit O.
Chance, chief clerk of the department;
E. B. Smith, assistant to the Postmas
ter General: W. H. Haycock, superinten
dent of delivery: C. B. .Matthews, super
intendent of carriers: Granville M. Hunt,
aimerintendent of the registry division.
Mai. George B. Talt, and V. R. Spill-
0, W. U. MARKSMEN SIXTH.
Massachusetts "Augies" 4tala Win
First Place in Rifle Shoot.
The National Rifle Association of Amer
ica announces the results of the Intercol
legiate outdoor rifle shooting competition
which has been under way for the last
few weeks. For the second consecutive
year the college championship haa been
captured by the Massachusetts "Aggies"
with a score of SZJ out oi a posmuio w.
Only one point behind came the United
states Naval Academy with a score of
fX. Third place was won by the Univer
sity of Illinois with 771. Fourth place went
to the OKianoma Agrjcuiiurna sun
chanlcal College; fifth place to the George
Washington University with 761; sixth
place to Massachusetts Institute of Tech
nology with Too; seventn place to tne
University of Pennsylvania with 780. and
eighth place to the Texas Agricultural
and Mechanical College with 74J.
SHOOT AH DAY; NOBODY HUM.
The near-war In San Domingo Is pro
gressing merrily. News reached the Navy
Department yesterday that the crews ot
the federal gunboats Independence and
Jacaqua spent Sunday afternoon, In an
alleged bombardment of the fort on the
harbor side of Puerto Plata. The U.S. 8.
South Carolina lay Just outside the .harbor
to' see. that no mischief waa done. After
shooting all afternoon the ship and 'shore
batteries ceased to' take account of the
damage. It was found that nohody had
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CORBY BAKERY. This means some
thing to you if you will just think it over.
We believe we are under moral obli
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LOST NOTES PUZZLE
Debt Certifiaaes. Allegedly Signed by
Justice, LxJit from Defunct
DELVE INTO FIRM'S HISTORY
FLETCHER COMING HEBE FIRST.
.Admiral Fletcher will return to-Washington
before lasaumlng his5 duties is"
commander-in-chief ot the Atlantic fleet.
Itjiashot yet been decided when he. wUl
leave" Vera - Crus. or on what ship he
will be brought to the United States.
He may leave June1 M. on one ot the
battlesnlpa, rsvinmlaar' lor overhaul
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Futile attempU to discover the dis
position of two notes alleged to have
been made by Justice Wright and which
were said to have disappeared from the
assets of a company which went Into the
hands of a receiver, consumed most of
the time yesterday of the McCoy sub
committee of the House Judiciary Com
mittee which la Investigating charges
against Justice Daniel Thew Wright, of
the District Supreme Court.
A. Leftwlch Sinclair testified that when
he, as trustee in bankruptcy of the de
funct Sealed. Package Ice Company,
sought to discover the whereabouta of a
J1.000 note, said to be among the com
pany's assets, with Judge Wright's In
dorsement on It. William E. Ambrose,
who had instigated the bankruptcy pro
ceedings, had "laughed In his face."
Julius Pevser. another attorney, also
engaged in the banking business, testi
fied that Ambrose had called on mm
and. showing him Judge Wrights In
dorsement on a note. haU asked him to
discount the note. Peyser replied that
he did not discount notes for Judges be
fore whom he might be called upon to
The commltee spent some time delving
Into the Sealed Package Ice Company's
history but with no results beyond
those summarised above.
mission In acting upon the proposal to ex
tend the street railway from Anacostia
to Benning waa criticised, and the Sec
retary was directed to write the commis
sion asking for a decision.
The Sunday School Institute, which is
being held In the Anacostia Methodist
Episcopal Church, attracted a large num
ber last evening, and an interesting pro
eram was presented. Mrs. Cotrie E.
Campbell presided, and the opening ad
dress was made by Mrs. Donald Ault, ot
St. Paul's Methodist Episcopal Church
South ori "The Why and How of the
Miss Laura Sowerbutts and Mrs. Addle
Snell sang a duet, and Mrs. Washington
Topham. president of the Washington
Primary Union. louowed witn n ad
dress on "The Ideal Primary Depart
ment." At the close the choir of Emmanuel
Episcopal Church, under the direction of
A. V. Simpson, sang an anthem. The In
stitute will be brought to a close tonight.
St. Teresa's" Parochial School will close
Friday morning, with the celebration of
the mass In the church at 9 o'clock. This
will be followed by the presentation of
the diplomas to graduates.
SUNDAY SCHOOLS WILL
END MEETING TONIGHT
Large Crowd Expected to Attend
Closing Session of Institute at
Anacostia M. E. Church.
The Minnesota Avenue Improvement
Association met last evening at the of
fice of Dr. Upton S. Howser, In. Nichols
avenue southeast. The question of the
municipal ownership ot the street rail
ways in the District was discussed, but
the matter was laid over until the next
The association -Kill ask the authori
ties to give more consideration to the
needs of the community represented by
the association. It Is desired that Min
n.ni. avenun b nermanentlv lmnroved
between Good Hope road and Pennsyl
The delay ot the Public Utilities Com-
0N TRAIL OF JOB FAKERS.
Secretary el Labor Wilson to Prose
cute Fraud Ageacles.
Secretary of Labor Wilson yester
day threatened to prosecute employ
ment age'nciea who prsctice fraud upon
men in search of work. He said yea
terdsy: "It has come to my knowledge that
workmen are being charged from II
to JI apiece for the information which .
this department has gathered and is
sending broadcast wunoux price to
men In need of employment. Many of
these men are foreigners who are un
acquainted with our language, and be-1
cause of this they are being charged
for what Is free. ,
"I shall endeavor to secure evidence,
to convict those who prsctice fraud I
upon men in search of employment
PREDICTS ANOTHER MASSACRE.
Letter from Japan to re-ace; Com
mission Warns Against Tnrk.
Mrs. Belva A. Lockwood yesterday re
ceived the following communication from
"To the president, vice president, di
rector and members of commission, du
Bureau International de la Palx:
"The Turkish government Is at present
preparing another Armenian massacre.
This fact Is an open secret and is con
firmed by reports from various sources.
"I therefore earnestly pray that the
Bureau International de la Palx would
take some measure which might tend to
arrest the horrible and atrocious outrage
now Impending upon the Armenians sub
ject to Turkish domination.
"(Mrs.) DIANA AGABEG APCAP,
M. B. L."
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