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t THE WASHINGTON W WASHINGTTIMES TIMES MONDAY Y MAY MAY M 23 2 f1904 1904
THOUGHT THOUHTREMOVES THOUHTREMOVESKLL REMOV S SILL
1L KNOWN ILLSSo ILLSSo ILLS ILLSSo
So Slfys Christian ScienceLecturer Science ScienceLecturer ScienceLecturer
Lecturer at NationalEXPLAINS National NationalEXPLAINS NationalEXPLAINS
EXPLAINS THE DOCTRINE DOCTRINEEdward DOCTRINEEdward DOCTRINEEdward
Edward A Kimball of Chicago Makes Makesa
a l Number of Remarkable State Statements Statements Statemeats ¬
ments Concerning Cures CuresRead CuresRK4 CuresRead
Read all the th bocks n 1 philosophy philosophysince phtlosophsinci phTlosophysjnc
since sjnc time began ARd udthe d tJte3wtll they will hot hotablo notIou notIouuble oten otenb1i
ablo b1i you to heal oiie oll Ckee of bfl Idcorrfbtor Idcorrfbtorataxlu IdconlbtorttLXIa orrtbtor orrtbtor4lxla
ataxlu In Its It s worst orst form Readx1t Read all the thenirdical tit titmdlcal thnndlcal
nirdical books and aft other books b ok8 and andou andou andZu
Zu > ou ou cannot as a a 1 result thereof thereo11 thereotcifre cure re one oneinstance one111stanceof oneiiistance
instance 111stanceof of malignant mallgnftnteanc cancer er This ThisScicnee book bookScience k kScience
Science and Health lias Iia taught people peoplehuw peoplehJw peo1e1w
huw to cure > hundreds of o socii s su il t cases and andtluy andthlY andthy
thy havi done it itThis itThis ItThis
This wus oneTif the th remarkable rcmark blc stftte sttitfeiSnis stfttemJ1ts stftten
iSnis n iit made by Edward A Klrnbair of oftjli orJ ofZago
tjli J Zago < ago in n his lect lecture fe e on on Christian ChristianS CfirI 1izitItti 1izitIttitLte UfUJ UfUJB
S nve last ivlght before b tore a large audi audience audlHI audicrct ¬
ence HI assembled at the National Theater TheaterAr TJIt TbsaterMt r rlr
Ar Klmball showed himself to b be thor thoroughly thorcnghl thorO8hy ¬
oughly familiar with his subject and andtatirciy anduitlHly andCtYCy
tatirciy in sympathy with its teachings teachingse te chlngs chlngsThE
The point of his argument Irf In behalf of ofChristian oflti
c
Christian < hr 3t1an Science was that both sin and andj nndcL flfldd
cL d j iise < Ht t > are unnatural and contrary to tothf totlc totli
tlc iiW > tW of God and may mabereuioved be beremoved removed by bythe bythe bythc
the application of Christian principles principlesscKntincalfy princiI prfncliflEChntlflcalfy S SsocnUfi
scKntincalfy socnUfi aly applied appliedk appliedMr appliedMr
k Mr Klmball was introduced by b former formerRcpresentatlve formetltqrcsentath rormetresentative
Rcpresentatlve resentative Henry M MBak Baker r of New NewHampshire NewIlmpshlre NewtILunpshire
Hampshire and nd a cousin ousfn of Mi Mrth hS J Eddy Eddyth ddY ddYth4
th th4 < lounder of Christian ChrlstfanSqIonhe Sqfonce doe doctrine doetuC doetrAW ¬
trine who is the leader lekderOr of the teat teatla lleatIn eot
la beginning Mr fr Ivimball 1mba1I sold the hehls thehistur hehlstun his history ¬
tory tur of the ti world w was s one of tragedy tragedyth trtlgetWUv tra ed edt1
th Uv t1 tinly nly r riif li > f from tears broken hearts heartsjid hourtrd heartsxd
jid rd beds of t pain according to other otherti
ti t things hlngs being ttoe tJ t grave gnweChtisUan gnweChtisUanS Christian ChristianS
S it nce h h3 = Paid came with a message messager mos messagehope ge gehope
r hope and promise prom promI It comes with w1thth w1ththdl the theditiaratlon thedt
dl ditiaratlon darallon that there is n way y out ot oftrouble ottruuble ottrouble
trouble in life by b the apllcalion of natu natural natural natural ¬
ral lawful scientific principles principlesLawsf prfntlpleaLaws principlesLawsof
Lawsf Laws Lawsof of Life LifeGod L LifeGod c cUGodfsnot
UGodfsnot God Is not only life said the therpeaker thefpeaker thepeaker
rpeaker Ubut but has ordained life and Is Isthe Isthe Isthe
the law of life and health for man mon The Thetheology Thetheology Thetheology
theology of Christian Science is Is con consistently conistentiy on onistenUy
sistently parallel p an l throughout ug out with with this thisdeclaration thisdpclaratlon thisdeclaration
declaration It also declares e lares that God Godhas Godh1s Godhas
has created cr ated man man that he might have havebeng hacb havebng
beng b ng and not not for the purpose of In Indicting Inflctlng Iniicting ¬
dicting upon him Inveterate agony and anddisease anddisase anddisase
disase diseaseWe disaseWe disaseWe
We repudiate all assumption that thntHis thntHislaw His Hislaw Hi Hilaw
law is the law ot sln slnand in and death Sick Sickness Slokness Sickflees ¬
ness Is contrary to God anO an God is iscontrary IsContrary Iscontrary
contrary to Jt God is the natural naturalhealer naturnlhpaler naturalhealer
healer of the sick and Is able willing willingand willingand lIlIng lIlIngand
and ever ready road to save mortals from the thetvils thevl1s thevlls
tvils vl1s imposed upon them by an utterly utterlypcrverted utterlyperverted lherl lherlpfrverted
perverted sense of existence existenceNo exlBtenceNo existenceNoUnicnown
No NoUnicnown Unknown God GodIn GodIn God1n
In Christian Ch Uan Scle Scl ge e there th there1onger e 1s1 Is n nlonger nq nq1on8er <
longer ari an unraiown unknown God v No NUlongerdQ NUlongerdQthe i4o longetf do dothe dQthe
the dtstorted d 8torted graven images of human humanthought humanthought hUmanthought
thought mask or hide from us the real realGod realGod realGod
God who is altogether lovely love who Is Isour Isour isour
our dearest friend whose help is ever everAvailable eyernvalJable everovailable
Available whose whose grace Is sufficient and andwho andwho andwho
who created man that t ihat at he might have havelife havelife havelife
life and peace Christian Science Sciencepromises Selencpromises SeisnoopromIses
promises to lead mankind to God Godthrough Godthrough Godthrough
through > the highways of health and andlife andlife andUfe
life instead tn t ad of f death deathIf d88thIt deathIf
If insanity and sickness are real then thenHod thenrood thenGod
rood who includes all 11 reality must have havemade havemade havenade
made them If He made them and be bestows betOW8 bestows ¬
stows tOW8 or sends them then it is a sin to totry toU totry
try U to get well or want to get well wellMr wellr wIMr
Mr r Kimball argued that Christs Christsh ChristshaJins Christshaling
h haling < aiing was w not n t mystery but came camewithin came camewahln camewithin
within the range of law tad nd scientific scientificmodus scientificno scientificILOdUS
modus no us operand Jesus Jeljus he said never neverintimated never neverIntimated neverirthnated
intimated that His wprks W rks were mya myattrioua mshrlf1US mysttr1mj
ttrioua Christian Chrl UanSclenee Science believes b 011 eves he hesaid hefald hetaid
said that thu t the salvation of Christ was wasTV wast
TV t t alone alorl for the sinner but for the theick thek theick
ick < k man also Sin and disease he hesaid hesaid hesaid
said ar an in immediate kinship they the theyare theyareU1Ied are areAllied arolUed
Allied as cause and effect effectIn etrectIn effectIn
In Its I InfancySwaklng Infancy Infancyby InfancySpaking
Swaklng or the results J pcoompljzhed pcoompljzhedby oompltshed oompltshedby
by by Christian Science Mr r Kimball Klmballsaid KimballBald KinbalIBald
Bald BaldThe
The practice of Christian Science is isin 1 1In isIn
in its It infancy mran < Y Nt o > pretense is made that thattuch thattth thatiuch
tuch proficiency p1uftclen < < Y and eflleien offie1enct3r < y have haveWn haeltn havehen
Wn attained by b practitioner as to topreclude toJrecludE toIreclude
preclude any failure but already alread this thispractice thisIJtacUce thispractice
practice has resulted in the cure of ofpractically ofradleall ofIratiCaIIy
practically radleall svry v fry ry disease that Is in inlad Ind iniludsd
d iludsd lad < ldfd Hl in the long Ii list t of incurables In Inther Inof Inither
ither of ther her words Christian Science can heal healall healtll heal1I1
all tll diseases thst th t drugs have ever evarhalednnd eerIH
halednnd IH 1 al sled and all that drugs have never neverhealed nevorhale4 neverhialed
healed hence the Christian Scientist Scientistcontemplates Scluntl ScIentistcinternplates t ttemplates
contemplates templates sickness slckne as III something ho hohits bithus b bhne
hits a right to cure and ought to be able ableto aliI aliIto ableto
to cure cureThe cureThe cureThe
The drugging system did not origi originate orlgtn origfltte ¬
nate n tt in it a civilized enlightened or orChristian or orhrisUan orhrIstian
Christian age ag According to its own ownhistory ownMillOI ownhistory
history MillOI of f Itself 1t elt It is the offspring of ofpaganism OfpagnJ1brm ofjgnnim
paganism in behalf of the drugging
theory mankind has literally swallowed swallowedt 8WIInOi 8WIInOirtblng swa11oidtcrything
t tcrything erything on earth hoping to placate placateor
or I obstruct disease dllle4 e and Is still sicker slek r
and a nd has more diseases d 1i than ever be ¬
fore fIT
The Revelation RevelationAsking RevelationA RevelationAsking
Asking A klng and then answering the thetion ques question qeealion ¬
tion why wb it did not come corn < omf sooner Mr MrKimball MrKimball MrKimball
Kimball said saidIt aaldIt saidrt
It did ceme c erne me sooner 800 lr Jesus understood underwt Qd
th the healing Christianity CIvIUanlt declared and anddemonstrated a4demontrated anddemonstrated
demonstrated It The people did not notfully notfull notfully
fully full understand Him andlie and He told them themtluy themthy themthy
thy could 0131 not but He H prophetically prophetlcally1a1oo de declared ¬
lard the th time will come when ye shall shallknow shallknow hall hallknuw
know the truth and the truth shall tOiallmake Hhallmake shallmake
make you free Since then then men have havegrayed hav havJraytd haveTrayd
grayed that it might be revealed and andnow andnow andnow
now w we believe tl1 it ba bq been revealed revealedWhy nveale4Why revealedWhy
Why did not everything come sooner soonerWhy sooncrWhy oonerWhy
Why 1M < n nt t Adam have a telephone a asteamship a8tf asteamsbli
8tf steamship > amablF a piano and the > thousand thousandMtliT
MtliT thir things tbln of today Simply because
hi dWn dJdnt t kuow kao enough
Hr Mr K15511 KII KlutrsJl 1I I eoIIelUC1e ouhj4 > w e4 < < with a defeiw defeiwton defQ defeie
1 f Mrs lNf 844 Zddy an4 her work aad pral praised 04
th purity of her he Ute Her chief aiifbl
ton he said Id seemed to be to bitttV
for humanity humanlt aaln against ln t sin In And l d disease diseaset dls disussord t th
t h id to continue without reproach before beforeJd
i > od Jd and man manBOYS manBOYS manBOYS
BOYS SHOOT iiooi DOWN DOWNBOLD DOWNBOLD DOWNBOLDCHICKEN
BOLD BOLDCHICKEN CHICKEN THIEF THIEFYORK TI71EFnmK THIEFYORK
YORK PJU Pit May MS 2IVb awhfl VdlE attempting ttemp tteznpth tteznpthto it
to br brJt k into a hen he h hduse Hi UM 4 on > n the pMJrn pMJrnliwp pidmFi
liwp 1 of fi < i H Shlrey Shirt of HamaUMvn lIamei l lai lbt lbtngilt Iatn1gt t tnJjjht
nJjjht tteo men were fired ftr d upon u on with withshotguns withhlJtguns withhotguns
shotguns < by toys who were w re lying in inhiding Inhldng inhIding
hiding tff man escaped The other othervho othlrwho othirwho
who gave Jr8 his name > as Stewart was wast wastasdly 1ts 1tsl
t tasdly > Mlly w wrl4 jrxlvl Inl and captured by Ui Uiboy 111bl iflboys
boy boyHe bl boys boysHe
He w W3 4 Imprisoned JmJ1i Jlicd in the th ixhup Xkup at atuayiiKlit
Rhnw Stirewabury buryb but t madeltW hade hid hiddaylight GSealJAor
daylight while the village slept
Charles Charles Noble GiftedAuthority Gifted GiftedAuthority GiftedAuthorityon
Authority Authorityon on Strategy StrategyIndependent StrategYIndependent
I IIndependent
Independent Introduces a Genius Genius Able to toDo toDo toDo
Do Stunts in Guessing on Movements Movementsof
of Troops in the Eastern War
Charles Noble U S N naval stratei strateiSist strote strategist
gist gls gistThis tThis t I IThis I
This is the authority on naval affairs affairswhom tHtahfwhom tfalts tfaltswhOm
whom the MIRdopoudontUlntroduld Independent introduced to tothe tothe tothe
the world last weak in the rele br bfvisr ofati ofativlgr a11 a11I
vlgr I to all persons who wlsh wllJhto > to write writenaval writen81 writenaval
naval strategy strategyEveryone 8trat 8tratEveryone strategyEveryone
Everyone who has ovorbeen on a bat battleship oottlesblp battleship ¬
tleship knows Charley Noble No Nogreenhorn Nogreenborn Nogreenhorn
greenhorn ever escaped o c ped him hlmNewcomers hlmNewcomersare Newcomers Newcomersare
are always sent in search of Charley CharleyAnd barley barleyd barleynd
And nd d the search is equal tq t that tttattor for a1 a1round rtround t tround
round square The The anxious mxl us ytmnvHter ytmnvHteris etnPttr etnPttrIs unstOr unstOris
is passed from from pillar to post and mean meantime meantime m mtime ¬
time the sailors lIors gather about bout Charley CharleyNoble CharleyNoble CltazleyNoble
Noble the name they give to t Ute galley galloyfunnel caIJc caIJcfunnel galleyfunnel
funnel through wbleh odor from the thekitchen th thkItchen thCkitchen
kitchen escape escapeProfessional escapeProfessional f fProfe
Professional Profe sioD31 Strategist StrategistCharles StrategistCharlos StrategistCharles
Charles NoblQ begins his instruction to toWouldbe tovouldbe toVouldbe
vouldbe naval experts exDel s as follows followsI
UI I am a professional naval strategist strategistand strategfstand strategIstand
and can be consulted on moderate terms termsI
I moke makepeoial special eolal rates to families and the theRussian theRussian theRussian
Russian b T 17 yiy Nevertheless NeerUaeI M I nm nOW nbwconstantly n nOWconstantly w wconstantl
constantly constantl in receipt of letters from frOm rom war wareditors WUtedflor8 I1 I1edLors
editors of newspapers requesting me meto meto meto
to furnish tUlnl h them them either gratis or what whatis whotIs whatis
is the same thing at space rates rat s skele skeleton skeleton skeleton ¬
ton articles on naval strategy from fromwhich tromwhich fromwhich
which they can prepare thoughtful edt editorials edltorlats edttorials ¬
torials indicating exactly exaet y n what the theRussians theRussians theRussIans
Russians are going to do b what VJhatt1tc VJhatt1tcrapnnose the theJapanese the3paOase
Japanese are going to do and an c what whateither whotther w1tatttier
either ther combatant combatafttought ought to have ha done doneThe d doneThe ne neThe
The following loading lea lng sentence is sub submitted su sumltted sui2nitted ¬
mitted by Charles Noble as one rhlqh uhlch Js Jsindispensable Jslndlspepsable Islndispepsnble
indispensable to all successful suc essrul writers on onnaval onnaval n nnaval
naval subjects subjectsIn
In considering pny 9n ny facts or circum circumstances circumstances circumstances ¬
stances whether whel er abstract concrete or orthe orthe orthe
the reverse It is desirable at the outset outsetto outsetto outsetto
to determine the existence nature and andpossible andpossible andpossible
possible concatenations of them since it itIs ItlB itis
Is naturally dlfJcult d mcult otherwise otherwl to ratio ratiocinate ratiocinate atlo atloeluate ¬
cinate eluate with respect to data whereof wbcre t ig igNearly IgOPENAIR igOPEAI
OPENAIR EVENSONG EVENSONGATTRAGTS EVEN8OGAIIIIAIITSICllOt
ATTRAGTS AIIIIAIITSICllOt AIIIIAIITSICllOtNearly BIG CROWO CROWONearly
Nearly Five Hundred People at t the theNational theNational theNational
National Cathedral CathedralBishop Bishop Bis1 p Kinsolv Kinsolvings KlnSolvingYs Kiiisolvings
ings Eloquent Address AddressThe AddressThe AddressThe
The first regular Sunday openair openairevensong op openairevensong nnlr nnlrevonsong
evensong of the season which was wa held heldnround heldnround heldaround
nround the Peace Cross In the National NationalCathedral NationalQathe NationalQathedral
Cathedral Qathe ml yesterday attracted a gath gathering gfLthertng gftthering
ering of nearly five hundred After a asacred asacred asacred
sacred concert by a portion of the Ma Marine Mavine Ia Iarlne ¬
vine Band collating of Largo Han Handel Handel Handel ¬
del The Palms Faure and Reverie Reverieby Reerieby Reverieby
by Brooks the shortened sl10rl ned evensong was wassung wass wasaung
sung s g The Rev Re G C Bratonahl BrntQ ahl Canon CanonPrecentor CanonPrecentor CanonPrecentor
Precentor of the Cathedral conducted conductedthe conductoothe conductedthe
the service 5orvlceThe serviceThe serviceThe
The Right Rev ne Lucion L Lc e Klnsolv Klnsolving Jlnaolvlng Kinsolving
ing bishop of the church churoltin in Brazil was wasthe wasthe nll nllthe
the special preacher and spoke elo eloquently do doquently < 10 10quently ¬
quently on the lessons of Whit Vhlt Sunday SundayBlshop SundayBishop SundayB1hop
Bishop Kinsolvlng paid high tribute to tohe to tohe tothe
the he National Natlo al Cathedral project and in inpart InJAlrtseld injurt
part JAlrtseld JAlrtseldNor said saidNor saidNor
Nor ajo lo I forget I stand today for the thefirst theftrst thefirst
first time on a spot spotmade made historic by b the thepast thePllst thepast
past and soon to be made memorable memorableby
by the erection of a great national ca cathedral cathedral cathedral ¬
thedral In this great gr t fan fane worthy of ofthe olthe ofthe
the national church of God nil people peoplerich peoplerich peoplerich
rich poor outcast and despised may maycome mayceme maycome
come and receive a generous welcome welcomeThere welcome1here welcomeThere
There is necessity for the cathedral sys system system systern ¬
tem In the American Catholic Church Churchand Churchand Churchand
and your great hearted big bl souled souledbishop soul soulbishop souledbishop
bishop has planned wisely for the future futureHe CutureHe futureIe
He Ie Is working toward the accomplish accomplishment accomplishment accomplishmeat ¬
ment of this great ideal a a house of ofprayer orpmyer ofprayer
prayer for all people here in the one onespot onespot onespot
spot so appropriate for a cathedral na national natlonal antional ¬
tional in every evcr lineament The Amen American AmarlC4n Amencan ¬
can people will never be contonted with withany withIJny withny
any ny less and for the American Church Churchthere Churchthere Churchthere
there 1s is a great opportunity Its vision visionbeckons visionbeckons hllon hllonbockons
beckons me to the future and sends a athrill athrill athrill
thrill of Joy to missionary mlsllonar bishops work working workIng working ¬
ing on the frontier of the church churchThird churchWATGHMAN churchWATMAM
WATGHMAN DROWNED DROWNEDp
p AT KINGS iwasThird WHARF WHARFThird
Third Death in Three Days oh o on 1 the theRiver theRiverCries
River RiverCries Cries Heard But Help HelpCould HetpCould HelpCould
01
Could Not Reach Him HimLosing HimLosh HiniLosiflg
Losh Losiflg Losing his balance sent aU1 falling from froma
a scow lying At t KingsWharf t between betweenThirtyfirst betweenThirtyfirst betweenThirtyfirst
Thirtyfirst and Thirtysecond fhlrt HO d Streets StreetsGeorgetown Stre StreqisGeorgetown s sGeorgetoD
Georgetown Richard Queen a watch watchman watchman watchman ¬
man for the Columbia Sand Dredging DredgingCompany DredgtngCompany DredgingCompany1
Company was drowned at an early hour houryesterday houre houryesterday
yesterday e terday morning John F Landon Landonheard Landonh Landonheard
heard h ard Queens cries and tried to help helphim helphim helphim
him It was dark at the time and andLandon nnd nndLandon itndLandon
Landon was unable to get to Queeq be hefore betore before
fore he went down the lust time timeAt timeAt timeAt
At daybreak < the crew crew of the the police policeboat loliceboat ollce ollceboat
boat Vigilant went to look for the body bodyAfter bellyAfter bodyAfter
After dredging until 1 oclock ciock yesterday yesterdayafternoon yesterdayalternoon yesterdayafternoon
afternoon the body was found tounda a short shortdistance shortdistance shortdistance
distance down the river from the scone sconeof seeneot sceneof
of the accident accidentQueens aeclduntQueen aeciduntQuens
Queens Queen widow lives at 1511 Orange OrangeStreet OranreStreet OrangeStreet
Street Wilmington Del She was com communicated communicated cornmunicated ¬
municated with by the local police and andthe an anthe andthe
the body is held at the morgue subject subjectto subjectto
to her order orderThis orderThis orderThis
This is the third accident of Its kind kindthat kindtbat kindthat
that ha has happened within three days daysMOTQRMANS daysMOTORMANS daysMOTQRMANS
MOTQRMANS GOOD ADVICE ADVICETO ADVICETO ADVICETO
TO WOMAN PASSENGER PASSENGERNEW
NEW YORK iYortK May 3 SMarLln Martin Car Carrolli CarroU Carroli
rolli roU a motorman on 8 a Henderson Hondersoptrolley Street Streettrolley Sfreettrolley
trolley car In Jersey Jor cy City fgund tQunda tQundapursQ a apurse aptirso
purse containing 120 In fnhl his car on Sat Saturday 811tlrIay Saturday ¬
urday Haft an hour later a a woman womanwith womanwith womanwith
with tears In her eyes mot him at the thePavonla thePavonla thePavonla
Pavonla ferry and reported her loss lossHe 1088Hft lossHe
He handed over the purse and advised advisedher advlsod1a
her 1a ir r nortO be careless oarel s8 again She gave gavehim gaeb gavehint
him b S5 for his advice adviceLamo adviceLame adviceLamo
Lamo Back BackThis Backfhls Backrhis
This ailment is usually caused by byrh rheu rheumatism rheuinatiam u u1nRUm ¬
matism of the muscles and may be becured beCtlred becored
cured by applying Chamberlains Pain PainBalm PalnBalm PainBalm
Balm two or three times a day and rub rubbing rubbIng rubbing ¬
bing the parts vigorously at each aclk ch appli application appULJon application ¬
cation LJon If this does not afford relief reliefWnQ reUerMnd reliefbinhl
WnQ on a piece dt flannol slightly damp dampened dampMild damponed ¬
Mild with Pain Balm and quick relief reliefIs rellerIs reliefis
Is almost sure to follow For sale by byall b ball byall
all druggists
a
noranco usurps that thatexaet exact knowledge knowledgewhich knowl knowllgewhich dge dgewhich
which alone forms an adequate adequateIndd adequateInddlRufflolEnt adequateindeedasufilcient indeed indeeda
asufilcient a mifiicient foundation toundatlonandwhore foundationand and whore dis discrimiimtlon dlscrr discii
crimiimtlon crr Iltion ifself 1 lse1f 8a1 has become repugnant repugnantto
to those tho principles which alone Insure Insurecommand Insurecommand Insurecommand
command of the sea the true utility of ofthe otthe ofthe
the ram brings us within rules which whichare whichIJre whichare
are less readily readl1 perceived than appre appreciated alpreo alpreocia appreelated ¬
elated ciatedAfter cia elatedAfter tli tlittor
After ttor commenting at length on the theproper thepr theproper
proper pr p r way to open a learned article articleCharles artlclpCharles articleliarles
Charles liarles Noble submits > the he following followingsample foflowingmple o wtlir wtlirmpl
sample mpl mple of expert deduction w v1loh hioh bears bearsn be ra ran
n n remarkable resemblance to dispatches dispatchesinspired dltlpatcheIlUIplred dispatchesInspired
inspired by b Russian officials within the thelast thelaSt thelaSt
last two weeks weeksFall weeksFall weeksFall
Fall of Port Arthur ArthurTlte ArthuruThe ArthurThe
uThe The strategic strat glc position of the Russian Russianand Ru Russianand Um Umand
and Japanese forces indicates that if 1 the theJapanese theJnpanese thenpanese
Japanese npanese eventually succeed in capturing capturingPfert oapturtnrrt oaptunlngItrt
Pfert Itrt > rt Arthur Its fall will be inevitable inevitableMlt InevltabhtbUt inevitablej3ht
bUt on the other hand much will de depend depend depend ¬
pend upon the integrity Integrl of the Trans TransSiberlun TransSiberlun TransSiberian
Siberlun Railway which Jf left unin uninterrupted Uninterrupted uninterrupted ¬
terrupted terrupted by h the Mikados forces will willcontinue willContinue willdontlriue
continue to offer an unbroken unbroJ < enroute route The Thetrouble Thetrouble Thetrouble
trouble will also be complicated by b the thepresence thepr thepresence
presence pr eence of submarines should either eitherparty eitherpart eitherparty
party part have them but hardly nardl otherwise otherwisethough otberw18ethough otherwisethough
though even here there is doubt doubtWhile doubtYhlle doubtWhiIe
While the true function of concealed concealedmines concealedmines concealedmines
mines is merely merel to vhry hry strategic condl conditions condltlons condltions ¬
tions it is far fa from trom assured whether whetherthey wheU1ertho whetherthey
they tho should properly proper exterminate friend friendor rrlendor friendor
or foe the Russians inclining to one oneopinion oneopinion oneopinion
opinion and the Japanese to the other otherMy otherM otherty
My M ty own decision is that they the are best bestutilized bsstutilized o Bt Btutilized
utilized against newspaper reporter reporterThese report reportThese reportetifThese
These general facts constitute the data dataof dataor dataof
of the problem which cdnfronts eVery eVerycrucial oftlYofficial everyofflolal
crucial charged with studying any an prob problem problent prob1cm ¬
lent of war warAs warAs ar arAs
As a general proposition pr poslUon ships and
land fortifications tortlfioationsL if unequal contend contenduseful contendunder contendunder
under dIsparity shlp hips are much more moreusatul moreuseful
useful and much more delicate th thland than thlUlJand
land works work but land works en the oth other other 0ther ¬
er hand are less l > ss likely IIkel to unforeseen unforeseensubmersion untoreseensubmersIon unforeseensubmersion
submersion submersionDiL submersIonOR submersionhA
hA DiL BU BUTLER ILER DESCRIBES DESCRIBESIP DESCRIBESTRIP DERIBE8fi1lp
IP TO HOLY IJWO IJWOVivid LANO LANOViV1 LA LAVivi
Vivid ViV1 Account of Journey to Historic HistoricSpots Histo HistoricSpots
Spots SpotsandMe and Meeting ting of Sunday SundaySchool SundaySchool SundaySchool
School Workers WorkersThe WorkersThe WorkersThe
The Rev Re Charles Charl H BuiJer Bufl r pastor RStor of ofKeller otheUer ofReller
Keller Memorial Lutheran Lu tJ an Church Churchgave ChurchS1ive Churchgave
gave an interesting account to his con congregation congregatlon congregazion ¬
gregation yesterday esterda of the Worlds WorldsSunday Yorld VorldaSunday > s sSunday
Sunday School Convention held at Jeru Jerusalem JcrusUom Jerusalem ¬
salem April IT l tost qt In addition to re reciting reciting reciting ¬
citing interesting Incidents in connec connection connecUou connection ¬
tion with WI th the oxprcisesof axorclses t the conven convention ¬
tion Dr Butler told toldot of tw t cruise of the tnej tberleJfJgutes thedelegates
j delegates throngh the Mediterranean MediterraneanSea lIotllterran fn fnSea
Sea and of oenters of historic interest interestin
in Asia Minor Egypt Greece Itai Itaiand ItItand Italy Italyvoyage
and othilr plnc places touched during the thev thevoyage
voyage voyageThe v voyageThe < < yago yagoThe
The party which numbered 817 he heaa hesa hena
aa ¼ d l left New cw York March 8 and until untilt untilii
t 0 > time of the meeting of the the conven convention convention convenLion ¬
tion cruised and visited the places 1 > lac men mentioned mentioned mentioied ¬
tioned The convention he raid was WHSmade wasloade wasmade
made up lG delegates representing representingtwentyfive rcpreaentlnghcntyftc representingtv
twentyfive tv cntyttve different countries and for forty fort ¬
ty t different religious denominations denominationsThe denominationI
The I he delegates were classified cJas lfied as fol follows tollows follows ¬
lows Pastors 167 superintendents of ofSunday ofBunda ofSunday
Sunday schools 176 teachers 270 79 mis missionaries miltioJ1nrtu missionaniss ¬
sionaries ioJ1nrtu 31 and 780 lay representa representatives repre represenUtires enu enulives ¬
lives tivesThe livesThe tiresThe
The convention was organized on onSunday onandu onSundty
Sunday andu April 17 by Archdeacon Sin Sinclair Sinclair Sinclair ¬
clair or London who preached Ploached the thenlng tbecpenlng theopening
opening nlng sermon He spoke spoKe of or c tn tntotvcntlon the 111I 111Irltcance sip sipnifcance
rltcance Q the place ot hlldlnt tJ tJolcntIon the thecoiivention
totvcntlon and the hope hopehcid held out to tohumanity tohumanity 0 0humanity
humanity through the teachings of ofJesus ofJe1US ofJesus
Jesus Christ ChristAt ChrIstAt ChristAt
At the evening session F F Belsey Belseyof Bolseyot Belseyof
of London presided and the Protestant ProtestantEpiscopal ProtostnntBplscopal ProtestantEpIscopal
Episcopal Bishop of Jerusalem and andUnited andUrtled andUrtted
United States Consul Genural Merrill Merrilldelivered MenIlldelvered Ieri1Jldehered
delivered addresses of welcome
II l lI
I I ALEXANDRIA NEWS NOTES NOT NOTES l
ALEXANDRIA Va May 23 2Mrs 2MrsElla Mrs MrsElla
Ella Darley daughter d ughtor of Gecrge and andAnnie andAnnie andAnnie
Annie Phillips died at her home MT MTGibbons 107Gibbons OI OIGibbons
Gibbons Street yesterday Her funeral funemlChurch funeralwill
will take P1cetLom plnc fLom the Presbyterian PresbyterlanChurch PresbyterianChurch
Church todaySlr today Mr8o trs < Darley was an 4in n esti estimable estimable eatimabie ¬
mable and popular woman arid her herdeath herdeoth herdeath
death is deeply regretted by many manyfriends manyfriends manYfriends
friends friendsMRS friendsMRS v vMRS
MRS ESKRIDGE DEAD DEADMrs DBADfrs DEADMrs
Mrs frs Dora Eskridge E kridge rtoe rtQ iiaeWzill WaM l1n died at atthe atthe atthe
the Alexandria Hospital yesterday Mrs MrsEskridtje iIlLJskrid MrslskHdie
Eskridtje Jskrid e was in her fiftyninth yearand year yearand yearand
and was highly respected Her Jtunaral Jtunaralwill ilujipralwill ral ralwill
will take place from rom the First Flr t Baptist BaptistChurch Baptl8tChurch EptIstChurch
Church tomorrow at noon noonPOLICE noonPOLICE noonPOLICE
POLICE COURT CASES CASESIn
In the police court Justlo JUlttlQlt Caton pre presiding presiding prosiding ¬
siding the following cases c J88 were disposed dlspoHdur disposedof
of this morning morningRobert morningRobert morningRobert
Robert Wallace aIlllce arrested by Police Policeman Po1t Po1tman Policeznan ¬
man Henderson charged with assault assaulting as assaultmc ault aultin ¬
ing in Raymond Harrison case oa e continued continuedand continuedan c nUnued nUnuedand
and an released releas don on 100 bond bondIrene bondjrone bondIrene
Irene Bushrod a negress arrested arre ted by byPoliceman byPoliceman byPoliceman
Policeman Mayhew charged with va vagrancy vagrunc Vagruncy ¬
grancy was fined C 5Daniel CDaniel IiDaniel
Daniel Gavin arrested by Policeman PolicemanArrlngton PollcemW1ArrIngton PolicemanArnington
Arrlngton charged with disorderly con conduct conduct conduct ¬
duct forfeited 55 6 collateral collateralJohn collatemLJohn collateralJohn
John Simms arrested by Policeman PolicemanNicholson P PolicemanNicholson Uceman UcemanNlchol
Nicholson Nlchol on charged with being drunk drunkand drunkaad drunkaid
and disorderly was dismissed dismissedJosephine dismissedJ08ephlne dismissedJosephine
Josephine Lee a nogress arrested by byPolicemen byPolicemen byPolicemen
Policemen Mayhew and Lyles charged chargedwith chargedwith chargedwith
with being drunk and disorderly was wasdismissed wasdu wasdismissed
dismissed dismissedPhenix du dismissedPhenix mI88ed mI88edPhenix
Phenix Brown a negro arrested by bySpecial bySpclal bySpecial
Special Policeman Mullen charged as u uauspicious nusplelou aiuspleous
auspicious usplelou character was fluid flu d J6 J6John 6 6John 5John
John Sweeney arrested by Policeman PolicemKiiHenderson Pollcem PolicemanHenderson n nHenderson
Henderson charged with being beln a suspi suspicious suspiciou > > utlpl utlplclous ¬
cious ciou character was dismissed dismissedWalter dlsmluedValtor dismissedWalter
Walter Jackson urrestd by Chief ChiefWebster ChiefV ChiefWebster
Webster V ebllt6r charged with assaulting Rose RoaeColemun ROIJeColeman RoseColeman
Coleman was fined 5 5William 5Vllllam 5William
William Bailey arrested by Policeman PolicemanSherwood PolicemanSherwood PolicemenSherwood
Sherwood and Lieutenant Lieuto mL Smith Smithcharged SmUhharged Smithharged
harged with Ith stealing 40 from from Walter WalterCulleon WaltcrCulloon alter alterCulleen
Culleon was dismissed dismissedFrank dismissedFrlOti dismissedFrank
Frank Carlin charged with permitting permittinga
a vicious dog og to go at large was dill dismissed dillmlseed diemissed ¬
missed missedJames mlseedJnmoo missedJames
James White a negro ne o charged h rged wlth wlthpermitting l1h l1hpermlttJng 1thpermtttjng
permitting a vicious dog to go at large largewns largowas largewas
was dismissed dismissedMEMORIAL dlinls dimissodMEMORIAL od odMEMORIAL
MEMORIAL DAY EXERCISES EXERCISESTomorrow EXERCISEStomorrow EXERCISESfomorrow
Tomorrow will be celebrated by b the theConfederates theConted theconfederates
Confederates Conted ratts of this city as Memorial MemorialDay MemorialDay MemorialDay
Day Services QrVJees appropriate to the day daywill daywill daywill
will be held at 5 oclock tomorrow even evening evrnlng evening ¬
ing at 1t the Monument at the intersec intersecCASTOR interecCAS intereecCA
CASTOR CAS CA S TOR T 0 RiArorinfaitsand I A ForlnfantsandCMdrw ForlnfantsandCMdrwTtaMYoHaYiAiwas For Infant and Ctradres CtradresIbllind CdreJk
TtaMYoHaYiAiwas Ibllind Jk YD You 8vl Aiv Aiais JS Bouht
DOES CHURa < < WANT WANTTHE WANTTHEPRAYERBOOK
THE THEPRAYERBOOK THEPRAYERBOOKPresliytej PR YERBOOK YERBOOKPl
Presbyterians Pl Presliytej esIJteri nsDiscuss ns Discuss Sub Subject Subject Subject ¬
ject at at Buffalo BuffaloON BuffaloON BuffixloON
ON MARRIAGE AND DIVORCE DIVORCEf DIVORCELiturgy DIVORCELiturgy DVORCELiturgy
f
Liturgy and npj ap Union With Cumberland CumberlandSect CumbetJaridSect CuniborlandSect
Sect the Big Questions of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Session SessionBUFFALO SessionBUF SessionBUFFlLO
BUFFALO BUF FALO N Y May JS 2SAtter After a aday adAY aday
day devoiftfi dCWO to worship W8hlp and rest the thedelegates thedclecafea thedciegaieg
delegates tQ thth t tfts general assembly of the thePresbyterhar thePresbyte1fttn thePreshyteifesr
Presbyterhar < Church resumed their see sessions 8a810ns seesions ¬
sions In Inth tfce Lafeyette Church this thismorning thl thlmorning thismorning
morning t The Ib l preachers included such suchmen sueDmen sucitmen
men as R DjiVHwiry Dr Ueskry Van Dyk Dy Dyke who has hasthe h hthe hasthe
the chaliraf chal1OrJ1t chairofpterature Jltamtare ture at Princeton Uni University pmversltTt Untversity ¬
versity versltTt thVR0v the e R It1v J Ross Stevenson Stevensonof Steven on onor
of the t e Btfth Avenue venue Presbyterian PresbyterianChurch PrellbytmallChurch PresbyterianChurch
Church oil o New York the R Rev v Dr DrRobert DrRoberfa DrRobert
Robert Roberfa Bj Sffor a ttmr 4Br of New York and andthe andthe andthe
the RaY xtf2 li1t > K T J S Hantlin of the theChurch Ut UtChurch theChurch
Church of rUt the Covenant Covonant of Washin Washinton Washing Wuhlnllton Washington
ton D DThe DThe Cv CvThe
The queUpu J e Jl whether the Presbyter Presbyterinn Pr Presbyterinn bter bterIan
inn ChureHahall Chu Chureht hejl llJl have a a prayerbook and andthe andthe andthe
the old jjJuUJuet UbJoct1r of ntacFiaa6 and divorce divorceare divorceare ivorce 1
are e twe4niprtant t W4 we Important rta nt r matters wbl wltiOt vb H will willcome willcome
come up upat at todays today > > session 8etl lon The Thepraye Theprayeboole prayer prayerbook prayerbook I
book stfbjeAt will come corn up on presenta presentation preeentaUon presentation ¬
tion of t3 S report of the special com committee committee cornmitten ¬
mittee Mji szornis tonus o n and services That hat re report report report ¬
port is Iston1bt thtiast thing on the docket pre prepared preP propared ¬
pared P ar in fm I1 teda today by the stated clerk clerkDr Cle clerkDr
Dr Wllflfcm flThtu H IL Roberts of Philadel Philadelphia Pbllat1elphl Phfladelphia ¬
phia phl itWrtl 1t lit probably be reached about ab ut
4 oclock Co1oQJti II
i Brayerbook Prayerbook Question QuestionThere QuestionThere QuestionTJiereip
There TJiereip Js J no prayerbook in li the Free Presbyterlatt pre prebyterlait Freebyterlsi
byterlatt Church 1tprch but if this thl report Is Isadopted isadopted I Iadopt04
adopted Ohere will be a partial form formof formor formof
of service HI with prayers the use there UereI tiereot thereof
I of to < boompuls5ory mpusory The committee committeedoes committeedo committeedoes
does do n nC nor iiiyor vor a a required ruiret1 liturgy as in Invogue invogue
1 vogue l irtxjne Pte episcopal Church The Thereport Thereport Thenport
report of pr pCthis A this hlcommittee committee Is likely to tocause tocau tocause
cause cau nhich niUc dtocussion In fact U and andthe andthe andthe
the question of union wjth the Cumber Cumberland Cumberland Cumbezland ¬
land Ghiirch Ch rch are the two big questions questionsto que llo lloto
to be foucht out in this assembly assemblyPro asromblyProf eroJI eroJIPro
Pro H 1tInZ ffnry nry Van Dyke Dk of Princeton PrincetonUniversity Prln PrinietonUniversity eton etonUnf
University Unf rsftJ is chairman of this commit committoo e committoe mmlt mmlttOA
too tooThe The Thern Be Rev Charles Si S Dickey is I chair chalrman chdrtnariorthe chairman
< tnariorthe man of the committee cmmitt on marriage end enddivorce enddtYoree enddtoree
divorce It is working with committees committeesof
of oc thirteen other denominations an anW11om of ofWhom oftliom
Whom tliom form rm the th interchurch conference conferenceOrtmnrrlage confereneeonmarrlace conferenceand
Ortmnrrlage and divorce which recently
issued s e4 an n appeal to the Christian public publicj pubtlCInterChurch publicInterChurch
j InterChurch Conference ConferenceBishop ConferenceBlahop ConferenceBishop
Bishop Doane of o the Splscopall EplscopaJlchurch EplscopaJlchurchJ church churchIB
IB J dhairman airman of the Inter htttchurch n church confer conrere confereaLe < onter0IlC9
e 0IlC9 c and n4 Dr rr William K l Roberts Robertsatxtod Ro Robertastatud rta rtastatoi
atxtod oterk of the Presbyterian Pre byt rin assem assembly auembIl assembly ¬
bly Is secretary secretaryThe s seiretaryThe etary etaryTh
The Th Sabbath s bltth observance committee cf cfral dthe cCthe
the gssal ral assembly Mrpbly bad charge of a ftheld amnctlttg
1 mnctlttg held last night Mrs Darwin DarwinJainfag Darwinn
n Jainfag J ih b leader fit rf the American Sab Sabth Sabbflt tiabbdth
bflt th tfnfon and men from various parts partsoi part partot partsof
oi ttii h auotry Dtr spoke 8Ok The Th other sub subJet8tTdfioorno sube subJet
Jet8tTdfioorno Jet e B vIeom ml up today One On th the r rI ra rapOitef repot
I pot pOitef wroie t Use standing ommltt dommlt5e > > e on m m1I0na z5bs z5bssbus te teslons
slons 1I0na for freedmen and the other ot er the thereport th threpOrt thereport
report of the standing committee on oneducation oneducation oneducation
education The popular meeting tonight tonightwill tonhtwUl tonightwill
will > Je e held at Westminster Vetltmin tttrChureh tttrChurehIt Church Churchof
It In the Inter interest t ot the boa boaot board boardof
of missions for freedmen freedmenINTERESTING freedmenINTERESTING freedmenINTERESTING
INTERESTING SERVICESAT SERVICES SERVICESAT SERVICESATR
AT ATR R I AVENUE CHURCH CHURCHThe CHURCHThe
The congregation of Rhode RbodeIsland RbodeIslandAvenue Island IslandAvenue IslandAvenue
Avenue Methodist Protestant Church Churchenjoyed Churchenjoyed Churchenjoyed
enjoyed a treat in that a great number numberof numberof numberof
of the delegates ti t the general con conference conference conference ¬
ference now meeting I In h tlito city elt were werepresent werepresont werepresent
present In the morning the Rev J H HLucas HLuea Htucas
Lucas or the PIttsburg PltUbur conference conferencepreached o cenferencepreached Iference Iferencepreach04
preached and d at night the Rev C IY IYSinkinson D DStnkinson J JSlnldollon
Stnkinson of Atlantic City Clt N > J JAmong JAmo1 JAmong
Among those tho on the platform and In Inthe Intile inthe
the audience were the t e Rev Dr Suther Sutherland Sutherland Sutherland ¬
land the oldest member of the Balti Baltimore Baltimore Baltimore ¬
more conference being about eighty eightyyears elshtyyean eightyyears
years of age ge and about sixty years hi hithe n nthe nthe
the conference and an the Rey R Re F i iTagg 1 1Tagg r rTaG
Tagg the n newly wly elected elect president of the thegeneral thlgeneral thegeneral
general conference
tion of Prince and Washington Street StreetJohn SLr SLrJohn StreetsJohn
John H IL Alexander of Leesburg Lee burg will willdeliver willdellfer willdeliver
deliver the address on the occasion occasionPOSTOFFICE oeeaa1onPOSTOFFICE occasionPOSTOFFICE
POSTOFFICE TRANSFER TRANSFERR TRANSFER TRANSFERR
R W Whaley a popular clerk at the theCity tbpCity theCity
City Portoince has h been transferred tc tca tGa toa
a poatofflce po totnCe in Minnesota MinnesotaFDNERAL lUnnMOtaFUNERAL MinnesotaFUNERAL
FUNERAL SERVICES OF OFN N S CUM CUMMINGS CUMMINGS CUMMINGS
MINGS MINGSFuneral MINGSFuneral MINGSFuneral
Funeral services for J NorrJs orri Stanley StanleyCumming StanleyCummlnp StanleyCummings
Cummings took place from tr mhls his home homeIOI homeie
803 ie Cameron Street at S oclock this thismorning thismorning
morning The funeral services were wereconducted wereconducted wereconducted 11
conducted by the Rev W J 1 Morton Mortonpastor Mortonl88tor MortonPastor
pastor of Christ Church The body was wasplaced wasplaced wasplaced
placed aboard a train for Philadelphia PhiladelphiaThe PhiladelphiaThe PhiladelphiaThe
The interment took place In that city cityat cityat cityat
at 3 oclock this afternoon afternoonOBSEQUIES aternoonOBSEQUIES afternoonOBSEQUIES
OBSEQUIES OF CALVIN HANSBOR HANSBOROUGH HANSBOROUGH EANSBOROUGH
OUGH OUGHThe OUGH3he OUGHhe
3he The he funeral of Calvin Hansborough Hansboroughkilled Hanllboroughkilled Hnboroughkilled
killed by a railway train here last Fri Friday Friday Friday ¬
day took place from his late home in inBraddock InBraddock inBraddock
Braddock Heights yeslsrday yest8r < Ia afternoon afternoonThe afternoonThe afternoonThe
The pallbearers pallbeare were members of James JamesW JamesW Jamesw
W Jackson Council Jr O U A M Mand Mand I Iand
and that council attended the funeral funeralin
in a body The Rev Rc J P Stump con conducted conducted conducted ¬
ducted the services rvlces and the Interment Intermentwas Intermentwas intermentwas
was made In Bethel Cemetery CemeteryCALLED CemeteryCALLE CemeteryCALLEI
CALLED CALLE MEETING MEETINGA MEETINGcalled
A called meeting of Alexandria Alexfu 1r1a Lodge LodgeXo Lodgeo LodgeNo
Xo o 758 B P O E will be held at attheir attheIr attheir
their hall at Royal fijp yal and Prince Streets at atS atoclock
S oclock tonight tonl ht Business Bulne of importance importancewill Importancew11l importancewill
will bit transacted transactedBASEBALL traneactedBASEBALL transactedBASEBALL
BASEBALL BASEBALLThe
The Episcopal High School third base baseball bRaebRIl baSeball ¬
ball nine defeated a nine nln from Dupont DupontCircle DupontCIrcle DupontCircle
Circle Washington by the score ro of 16 16to 16to 15to
to IS at the gronnd of the High School Schoolnear Schoolnear Schoolnear
near this city Sifurday SifurdayThe S turda turdaThe iCurdayTle
The Alexandria Athletic Club defeated defeatedthe detoatedthe defeatedthe
the Fort Hunt Club in a game of ball balltyi balltll
tyi the oid fair grounds ounds Saturday after afternoon atternoon afteriloon ¬
noon by a score of IS to 7 7The 7The 7The I
The Southern Methodist and the Bap Baptist Baptist Baplet ¬
tist let nines played a game of bull at atCalross IIIColrou tt ttCoiross
Calross Saturday afternoon During th thsixth the thtII1xth thesixth
sixth inning when the score was Jt c to toI
1 in favor of the Southern SouUu rn Methodists lIe Meh h i1l5t lst9a lst9adlpute u udispute adispute
dispute arose over H decision lsl nof of Umpire UmpireHarry UmpireHarry UmpireHarry
Harry Kirk The game wan given to tothe tothe tothe
the Southerns by a score of 9 to 0 OBearsth
Bearsth BearsthSignature
Signature
I
Removes Nasal Bones BonesTo Bonesa
a To 0 Cure Consumption ConsumptionProvides ConsumptionProvides ns mption mptionProvides
Provides More Air for forWeak Weak Lungs LungsDoctor LungsDoctorD LungsDoctorDeclares Doctor DoctorDeclares
Declares D Declares clares Tuberculosis Patients Patients Need NeedNot NeedNot NeedNot
Not Seek High Altitudes
NBW YORK YO K May y at SGolng Going to Aria Arizone Art Artona Ariaone
one or to t Colorado < GIorado or other altitude altitudef altitudElltor altitudesfortile
f tor fortile or tins ra latwiled rafted air lr to S not necessary ac according accordtsqr accordbs ¬
cording cordbs to XhvClmrle pI Ctsrles rI Aubrey BucM DuchtinHis Bttcktttu BttcktttuH1 n ni
H1 His i tuberculosis to patten patients star In New NewYor NfWYorlC7et NwYorl
YorlC7et Yorl Yor 1C yet q tlqbreatJle Uesy y breathe the atmosphere atmosphereof atmOllphereoftbe
oftbe of the Rocky IJ cky Mountains and gain gainwetgfet salnwelpL gainweljzt
wetgfet wetgfetAH welpLJl weljztAll
AH Jl that Is necessary Dr Bucklin BucklJnerta as asrts asserts
erta > rts Is to have the prominent lower lowerttorblnated 101t1f lowerturbated
f ttorblnated tecI bones bon removed They are ar in inDelegates inUMITAII1AMS u uI
I UNITARIANS UMITAII1AMSAMIVEAII BEGIN BEGINAN
AN AMIVEAII N IVERSARY WEEK WEEKDelogateS WEEKDologatos
Delegates of at Church h1lrch Gather Gather in Boston Bostonat Bo Bostonat ten tenat
at Annual Meeting acting of the theDenomination theDenomin2tion theDenomination
Denomination DenominationBOSTON Denomin2tionI DenominationBOSTON
= +
I BOSTON May DUnltarlan Unitarians from all allover allover 1 1over
over the country a c c here to attend the theUnitarian tbetnltarlan theVnltarlan
Unitarian cftmlversary J lven ry week exercises exerciseswhich exerc1H8which exerciseswhich
which begin today and will continue coatln e un until untll antil
til Saturday afternoon afternoonThe arternoonTbe afternoonThe
The sixday Idxd v program wa wu opened ope open by byprayer byprayer byprayer
prayer in things lnl8 Chapel conducted by bythe b bthe bythe
the Rev C A Staples of Lexlngtott LexlngtottThis Lexln LexlnThla Lexlnen LexlnenThis
This was followed by a meeting of ot1rUniliterlal the theMinisterial theMinisterial
Ministerial Union Mr 1 Channiny Channln Han at atwhich atwhleh atwhich
which the Rev Alfred Lazenby lAzenbyon spok spokon spoke spokeon
on The New Agnosticism AgnosticismIn Mtlel8Jt1
In the afternoon atter a meeting of the ta tatkmal LaUonal sintional
tkmal alliance a1Ua of otUni Unitarian rian and other otherliberal othwliheral
liberal Christian womff w was held at the theSooth theSouth theSouth
South Congregational Corag CaUonai Church The he Rev RevFlorence > > ev evF1 evFl
Florence F1 reJ nce e Buck of Kenoeha Keno ba Wis spoke spokeon spOkeonThe spokeon
on onThe 1be The Alliance as a Spiritual Force Forceand Force ForceaNi Forceand
and the Bv 1 v F J C Southworth P presi president esi esident i identbt
dent dentbt of the Meadvllle M dvthIe Theoloatc Theo1 TIbeOIOaic5I TIbeOIOaic5ISchool Sl l lSchool ISchool
School spoke 8ok on How the Alliance Is Ist I IHeI IsHelping
HeI Helping t t8 Produce du Ministers Ministerswfll MiDl MinistersThis te18 te18TfaIa
This evenJD eveidng an Intonnal rec reception receptionwin pton ptonw
win w 1 be tivist lvn nt at the Hotel Son Snneiiat erwetjit erwetjitwhich t at atwideti t twbletl
which president Pysaident t and Mrs Charles W WBIMot WlSflIot tV1tD1ot
BIMot the t Hon and Mrs 11 John D DLon
Lon 1 ° flL prealAwitand P5P 1 1ID4 Mrs Samuel Sam I IE1U A AETUoV AElliot
ETUoV E1U Elliot t antf ii4 the t tk Be Rev and Mrs J1rsSt C CSt 1ae 1aeSt
St Joint wiU t rgceiv rgceivNEGROSLAPS ceiv ceivNEGRO v vNEGRO
NEGRO NEGROSLAPS SLAPS BOY BOYFATAL BOYFATAL EOYFATAL
FATAL RIOT ENSUES ENSUESNORFOLK ENS ENSUESNORFOLK ES ESNORFOLK
NORFOLK Va May aBecau Becai Becainegro e a anegro anegro
negro slapped 1l1alJM a white 1tlte boy at t Berkeley BerkeleySaturday BerkeleySaturd BerkeleySaturdal
Saturday Saturd nlghta It race w war war r ensued en ued Mid Midin estlin 41 41In
in a furious battle with knlvss k knhesclubs liow S M1 M1clulNi u uclubs
clubs Walter Weltocn W Itn a saHnr was wasfatally wa watA wasfatally
fatally tA stabbed becL Fvrther trouble troub u Iswex Iswexpected I IgexpectetL ex expeet
pected peet J i
I
the tlae skull skun one n dose d s to i 1the the dut outer r sur surface surfaee curface ¬
face of each of the nortrite nortrll The tur turbfaated turblnat turbliatd
bfaated blnat d bone bon is laalHmt about one on and onehalf onehalfI
I b iH cJ e JOBS uq taking oat tit th th the bone in increase Inu increase ¬
crease u in the faculty of breathing and andRaises andt andalaes
Raises alaes the t tIteatItad e altitude aJ d The operation o > > n IGft is isnearly Isnearly isnearly
nearly painIdc aainlese lnlbB ana the th wound heals healsIn healsIn healsin
In a Vck let The consumptive begins to toput toput toput
put on flesh almost almo t at once onceDr OnftDr onceDr
Dr Bucklin cites the oases of several severalpatients severalpatlenw severalpatients
patients cured through this simple oper operGOIOit optfraUell opertfen
aUell aUellM tfen
M NKS GOIOit GOIOitExpelled GO fO TtIfiML TtIfiMLL Ai L LRATHER
RATHER j11At j11AtEpIIda THAN DEPART DEPARTHr
Hr L it itCpclIea
Expelled CpclIea From FfomVeneztiela Venezuela for Seditious ScdftioasTalk SedttionsTalk SeditiousTalk
Talk They Refused cfused to Go and andAre andAr andAre
Ar Are Imprisoned Imprisonedv IniprisonodCBACA1decree p onod I ICARAcd
p v i ij f fCARACASV
CARACASV CBACA1decree Rftlf 3P ATidecree deeree has been beenIssued Mensue beenissued
Issued sue by President Castro expelling expellingfrom ex expellingfrom lIIn < < I
from Maracalbo ten Spanish 1 Capuchin Capuchinnooks CapuchinmooJa CapuchinmoD3cgwbo
moD3cgwbo nooks who wboeaeh preached reseh4 G IK h favor of the re reestablistomanV recsta reestnblisbmeatot
establistomanV csta UmmrGt C Glejrfcar d cItuil I al power over overJ5VIfienth overlraocletJ overdvilaoeietp
dvilaoeietp dvilaoeietpVVlm lraocletJ lraocletJWb
J5VIfienth > Wb VVlm rtJu Spapiph monks recdved or orrderwiOf ordenru orders
rderwiOf ders uf expuiskm they answered that thattJevi thatfke thitthey
they fke woold leave 1 lv only OftJyat at the U tiepoint point of ofbayonets ofyanatO or78netsOr
bayonets 78netsOr yanatO or or on the theorftDl orders of their so superior sop sopeeler ¬
peeler p J r Ail MIwr wer imznediat Imlpedlatoiy lznzpedisteburtested lznzpedisteburtestedGOVERNORFIXES iy urreat urtuted urtutedI d dGOVERNOR
I GOVERNORFIXES GOVERNOR FIXES DATES DATESFOR DATESFORIITVVO FOR FORTVvO FORTVvO
IITVVO TVvO MURDERERS DEATHS DEATHSHARRISBURQ DEATHSHARRSBC DEATHSIARRISBURq
HARRISBURQ HARRSBC Pa Pa May tay Si ZGavem ZGavemorPeQD7 Gavecn overnerPennypajker GavecnorPeanypa
orPeQD7 erPennypajker orPeanypa k r has fixed xed July JulJl n as the thedate tbfda thedt
date da dt fgr g the t e execu execution ecuUon of f George George t1 orge P PIlbiajey Ptle Piltpey
Ilbiajey thye tle Philadelphia voodoo doc doctor doctor dcctar ¬
tar tor w wman who was co convicted vlcteclot of ponin a amau amsn
man named Danz DanzAn Dan DanAU DanzAn
An expert on insanity manit liavingreported liavingreportedthat
that Nicholas Nlchol Glagner of Allegheny Alleghenycoonty AI AlleghenyIouty heny henyl7
coonty l7 ooftvfcrtd of murder rlturder is sane saneU B1LD B1LDtb sanethe >
U tb the RBWernor l8ftrn r ibCTfl JI July 21 1 as the date datefor daterOI datefor
for his h execution executionKEW eaceetienNEW xec1lltJenNEW
NEW LEADER IN ONONDAGA OWONDAGASYRACtTSET OIiOND4G OIiOND4GSYRACUSE ONONDAGAsYRAq1yS
SYRACUSE May = At a cL aof Tntetf tfl B Bof gor
of or the DesKOrrttUc De rauc general committee committeebehind commItteebehind ccnizxnltteebehind
behind cloned doors John johra J J Cnmmlns Cnmmlnswas CumnmInwee I Iwas
was chosen leader qf the party party4n party4nOncmdCDUIIt 4nOnondga < 4n 4nOnonda
Ononda OncmdCDUIIt Onondga a county th the the wtthdraw w4thdrawdlK w4thdrawdlKMr wthdrawttrafMi l llrMeG < <
Mr Mi lrMeG ilcOalra ltrabIg helneaecipted ted as final l by byihe y ythe Tlhe
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formerly tCWU1er toreryfOLre 5i fcC OtIlr iIrQ majwrtout his buM buMne88 bustness buaiinc
ness inc 1n intereSts refit3 tB are now DOWtth with Joint Diitt D11Jtc Diifee
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I NEWS EWS OF GEORGETOWN G ORGEi WN i if I
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STAOe STA STAGFOR FOR OR ENTERTAINMENT ENTERTAINMENTA
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A new w state I k being erected In Trin Trintty TrinIty Thnity
Ity Chapel preparatory to the e presen presentation p pLaUGh prescutation ¬
tation of a musical mualcalan4 and literary enter entertainment entertailitftt cuterlifliejit ¬
tainment tailitftt for the benefit of the new newjtartWhall newI newimrIlh
I imrIlh jtartWhall Jarilla hall and school house bou e Tbe en entertainment enj enI ¬
j tertainment trill be given in the theJ ifear ifearfuture n n2ure
future J 2ureMASS futureMASS tile tileMASS
MASS FOR MR HENDERSON HENDERSONSolemn HENDERSONSolemn HENDERSONSolemn
Solemn hi high Ji requiem mass was cele celebrated celebrated coleheated ¬
brated this moraine mornq at 9 oclock over overthe overthlt overthe
the remains of William lllIam A Henderson Hendersona
a wellknown resident resl nt of Georgetown Georgetownwho GeorgEtQW1who Georgetownwho
who dlgd dlcIt diiI at his tis home 1MO l1 Thirtysecond ThirtysecondStreet ThJrty1IieCODdStreet ThirtysecondStreet
Street I on Saturday after at er an mn mnof illne iI1nea iI1neaof u uof
of about four months monptsMr monlhsMr monthsMr
Mr Henderson Hend ison was a native of Glas Glasgow Glasgow GInspow ¬
gow Scotland and was brought to this thiscountry UIIscountry thiscountry
country when when5but but nine years of a aFor itG itGFor aggFor
For many years he had been employe employeat emplo emploat
at tbe United States Naval Xav 1 Observa Observatory Ob Observatory enIL enILtory ¬
tory on Georgetown heights heightsAt heightsAt heightsAt
At the th beginning be nnlng of the civil war he heenlisted heenUated heenlisted
enlisted in the Twentyeighth Mama Massachusetts Mamachusette IaS 8 8chu ¬
chusetts chu tts Volunteers He is survived by bym
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a widow ow and several seY r1 sons s wrnnsnddastgh wrnnsnddastghtees and aadd daugh daughters g ¬ I
tees te all of whom whomI8Ide reside in Georgetown GeorgetownInterment Geor GeorgetownInterment tow towIJtterment
Interment was made in Arlington
Cemetery CemeteryTRINITY CemoteryT cemeteryTR1NiTYY
TRINITY T TR1NiTYY N YM4 MAY PRqcESSION PROFESSIONThe PRQCESSIONThe
The The annual ana l May Mu procession procession of othe othemembers t tmembers thtl thtlmem
members mem ers of the theSt Sffoday ThS nd day school schooluf schoolC ctii6W ctii6Wlit
uf C Trinity Catholic a ao1e Church Cbur h took place placeyesterday placeyeater placeyesterdy
yesterday yeater a and andwu was viewed by rnany rnanyfrom siiny siinyfrom n nfrom
from nil parts of the District The pro procession procession proeon ¬
cession was under the direct charge char ± e of ofUie orJ1e ofthe
the Re Rev Father James iamH F X Mulvaney Mulvaneypastor 1bdvane 1bdvanePastor Mulvaneypastor
pastor Pastor the Rev Father Edward E ward Roach Roacht Reachasut
a asut t pastor and the various Sun Sunwas Suny Sunay
ay y hqO1 Qo1 tea teaciq 11 fS s Muslc uslc was Was fur furnished furnisbet ¬
nished ed by by the the hand ja li from f frepi 11 Gonzaga Gonze g Col Colleee Coilege
leee leeeAfter legeAfter
After the > procession procta Ion the th children childrenmarched childrenmRrched childrenmarched
marched back to the church where th thbenediction the thebenediction thebenediction
benediction service was chanted Prior Priorservice Priortothe
tOthe service In the church the usual usu4l1serlce usualservice
service of the singing of hymns b mns on the thelawn thelawn
lawn in front of the the church took place placeMist plac1I8S placeMiss I
Mist 1I8S Clara Clements CJer ents was May 1la queen queenMiss queen1116s queenMiss
Miss Nellie Case speaker and Miss1 Miss1was Miss MissAnnie
Annie DOlrlng heart bearer The event eventwas eventwas I
was highly successful successfulr
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I at New ev Gluirck GluirckPEER ClUlrchPEER CliiuchPEER
PEER OF 1 REAT THINKERS THINKERSReasons THINKERSReasons 1HINKERSReasons
Reasons for Accepting the th Truths He HePrsse HePr HoPresented
Prsse Pr Presented seatredan t a and Doctrine He HeTans HeTauht HeTan
Tans Tauht TauhtThe ° ht htTh htTb
Th The Rey LL Lr 45i i Landenbar Lan Landenberger nbeoaer er of St StLouie StLoula StLouis
Louie missionary of the Illinois Asso Association Assoctatlon Assoelation ¬
elation of the KW 6Y Jexusaltm and who whowill who1II wh whwill
will 1II be in charge chexgeoZ of The Swedenborg SwedenborgHouse SWedEnborgHOUBe SwedenburgHouse
House reproduced at the th Worlds Fair Fairin Fairin F ir irIn
in St Louis deltrered dltre a iterturc la 0 the theKational tileNational toeCationaI
National New Church mch l lemJe > mile JI last lastevening lastevening lastevenIng
evening on Emanuel itianueI Swedenborg SwedenborgMan SWEd SwedenorgMan nx > rg rg1lan
Man of Science Philosopher r and Serv Servant Servant r rant ¬
ant of the Lord Jesus Je W Chris ChrisAfter Chri ChriAfter ChniAfter
After contrasting him wt wthleach7 wthleach7meA h lcac lcacmen Ieactj Ieactjlath >
men in the world and giving gvingthe vinct the MUI MUImony t 1 1mony
mony in favor ta or of Swedenbot SwedenboJl1I 6 scho schoship ho1 ho1tp a aship
ship tp of such eminent mln t thinkers as aslyle Csr Csriylc e eIyl
lyle Iyl Emettun and CclerldRei Cclet I8t and thi thitestimony th1testimony tin tintestimony
testimony of Bishops Brooks B Richrd RichrdKurd Pole flithardHurt bford bfordHurd
Kurd and Randolph Four FO > hl as to t the ihocharacter thecharacttr theckaracer
character of his h writing wrltin he said ia iaart iaf intart
f tart > > art
artThese These eaUmates eatltnates of distinguish distinguishen diaUnguhhflmen 1 1men
men en give us sortie 5OIIe idea of what wb t kind kin jf jfMeasured J Ja f fa
a man S Swedenbog edeDbc was Measured leasu 1 by bythose hytho y ythose
those tho eo whooe Judgment fBd mettt Is worthy worrh cf f rf rfspect 1 1epect r rspeet >
spect measured by such atc 0 as are scfcl scfclars aci acirs cltrs
ars rs themselves he U I proclaimed roelahned to tohave toue tohave
have had a marvelously marv louslY well tratn trainedmind trained trainedmind d dmind
mind Had he been an illiterate man manhowever m8 manhowever n nbow
however bow ver wonderful his experience tx4trl nco and andremarkable andremark andremarkable
remarkable remark e bill claims lie hpwbuld wuld whuidhave scti sctihave 500have
have been classed with the weakmind weakmindd wetLk lnd lnd9d
9d d who are the th victims of their hal ¬
lucinations
PC Pcr of ofScientuts ofScientutsBut Scient 3ts 3tsBut
But here Is amen l nian who ho is the i ier ierof > eror er erof
of scientists and tpH philosophers lo9oJhenI here h her r is isa if ifa isa
a mind trained tralnedas as Emerson obsirv oblKns oblKnsto s sto
to think with withastronQmlc astronomic precision precisionhre preclaionJre precisionhere
here Jre is a scholar choJaI8 after er writing volumi voluminous vdtin1itous vinilions ¬
lions works on themes that show showgreat shwlreat
great great knowledge knOWled of mechanics m haDlca Tn mtal mtalum mtallurg3 tal tallurgy
lurgy um mineralogy astronomy hernia cheraistry chemistry herniatry
try anatomy physiology > philosophy philosophyWho phn05O philosophywho h hwho
Who has climbed the ladderpf ladderof the tb king kingdoms k kngdorna 1g 1gdome ¬
dome of nature new entca ente the t e pr 1111 erra erraof na naof < 1 1or
of the supernatural and Weomes Wcoraes the theinstrument theinstrument theinstrument
instrument through whom has ben betnmade benptde benpiade
made known the most marvelous marY lous truths truthsever truthsever truthsover
ever vouchsafed to mankind What Whatlawgiver Whatlawgiver Whatlawgiver
lawgiver prophet ProP t and seer saw in insymbol inmbol Insymbol
symbol mbol Swedenborg saw s w In reality realitySwedenborg reaUt reaUtI realitySwedenborg
I Swedenborg was prepared f frf1l1 frf1l1ehUdh frmichildhood roin roinchildhood
childhood ehUdh to b be the WcinlJtrument instrument through throughwhom thrv thruogizrhm gh ghV
whom V n the be ie Lord has s revealed renal l the spin spiritual spinitual p r rtblal ¬
itual sense ens of Xfie t1 th Word oro the heavenly heannlyoctrfltES
doctrines of Its holy letter and the th life lifeof lifeot lifeof
of the spiritual splrltti l world worldMakes woridMakes orld orldM
Makes M es Bible Now NowI IicwS1iedenborg
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I Swedenborg is the instrument inst Instrument tnnt of f tbe tbei t1eLords tbeLords
i Lords second see acl coming a a coming Omln fy fyi 1 iyopening yo yoI
I i opening the letter of the Word which whichgives wh whIchgives ch chgtYeS
gives us not A new Bible bat w wtch wtchI wichmakes > lch lchmakes
I makes the Bible new pewthe ewthe the credential of ofthis ort
this t ls herald of q new dispensation dtPen aUon1 U I Ii IiThe n nQie t tTh
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win In not n t convince n n teen nothing xf1 xf1For rrlFor r L LFor
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while truth Opens ns iL It Ever Everythiag EverythiagSwedehbesg > thias thiasSwedenbocg
Swedenbocg was the Instrument in pan panning twnnlRJ penning ¬
ning exalts the Lord Jesus Christ as asthe asthe asthe
the God of heaven and earth the Scrip ¬
tures as a divine revelation and the theBfe theute theUfe
ute of o religion as true truecharit truecharitFATHER charity charityFATHER charityFATHER
FATHER WAS DRUNK CRUNKBOY DRUNKBOY DRUNKBOYSHOTHIMDEAD
BOY BOYSHOTHIMDEAD BOYSHOTHIMDEADWESTFIELD SHOT HIM DEADWESTFIELD DEAD DEADWESTFIELD
WESTFIELD Mass May lay23Jam 23 23Jams 23JamsA Jams JamsA < g gA
A Condron tho U tIt fMgnyearold ti 1ye8rold school schoolboy schoolboy schoolboy ¬
boy who shot and killed his father fatherwhile ratherwhnc fatherwhflc
while the latter was W s on n a drunken de debauch dLb debench ¬
bench b uch early Sunday SUnc1aymornlng morning was ar arraigned arrdgned arraigned ¬
raigned in the police POlt e court this mom moming moming mornlug
ing and placed under tlliderlOOO 1000 bonds to Ap Appear IP IPpear p ppear ¬
pear Thursday Thursda He ws charged with withiiMinshiughter withmunslaushter withmu
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There is much sympathy sn1patbY for the boy boyThe 1J 1JTh byThe
The Th elder Condron came cam came harp boi Sunday Sundayabuse Sun Sundaymorning hy hymornln
mornln morning wildly drunk He He b ban 9J1 t tallusc tabuse
abuse his l s wife and an < lyoUDg young daaigniOfte daotlglii vr e
boy be says that he did not intend IntcmdtO8l intcndtO to Wdflt ot
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