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lW YfiHK BAKERS BAKERSINAUGURATE BAKERSI
I INAUGURATE INAUGURATESTRIKE INAUGURATESTRIKEFourteen STRIKE STRIKEFoJrteen
Fourteen FoJrteen Hundred Men MenWalk MenWalkOut MenWalk
Walk WalkOut Out From 385 385Open 385Open 385Open
Open Shops ShopsITYS ShopsITYS ShopsITY
ITYS ITY S INHABITANTS INHABITANTSFACE INHABIT ANTS ANTSFACE
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mployes mPtoy es Claim laim Employers Employ ers Take TakeAdvantage T Takef TakeAdvantage ke keAdvantageof
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Advantage o of F HighPpce HighPpceof High Price Priceof Priceof
of Flour FlourNEW FlourllEW FlourNEW
NEW YORK ton K May Jor L LA A strike that tlwtmay thatmar thatmay
may result re IlTl in a bread famine in Newd New NewYork NewYork
d York was inaugurated today OB theEast the theKast tltel
East l < ast Side when 1490bakers 1480 bakers employIn employed employedIn
1 In 3S5 3 open shops walked out outThe outThe outThe
The Master Bakers Association A8 0ctation had hadthreatened ba1threatMted hadthreatened
threatened r I to retaliate with a lock lockout lockout lookout ¬
out if it does this the strike Is llktdy llktdyto
to Involve evory cvVy everyliKRory inMtory In the oIq altyThe oIqThe Jty JtyThe
The employes oomplaln that they are arefrequently arefrequenUyfarco arefrequently
frequently frequenUyfarco forced to work eighteen eighteenhours etshtoen110Urs eighteenA
A hours a day daYtJaat t at their wages SeB have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been reduced rodncod and a further cut I Ithreatened If Ifthreaten Icthreatened
threatened d and 00 that the conditions under un under under ¬
der which they tbe labor are in many In Instances Instances instances ¬
stances unsanitary unsanitaryThe j jThe
The employee claim that the master masterbakers mnaterbakors musterbakersare
bakers bakersare are taking advantage qf the high highprice highprice highprice
price of flow by trying to scare them theminto themIntt themante
into submitting to unwarranted ex exactions exactions axactions ¬
actions actionsThe actionsThp actionsTho
The strikers strlklrs took an active part In Inthe Inthe inc
c the usual May 1 labor parade of the theBast theEast theb
b East Side SldoTHOUSANDS SideTHOUSANDS SIBeTHOUSANDS
THOUSANDS STRIKE STRIKEON STRIKEON STRIKEON
ON LAKE STEAMERSCLEVELAND STEAMERS STEAMERSCLEVELAND STEAMERSS
S CLEVELAND Onto May L LMost LMostimportant 1Mostimportant Most Mostimportant
important of the May day labor la r troubles troublesin
in this part a1t of orthe the country is is the strike strikeof strikeor strikeof
of the lake fcoamen seamen and affiliated affiliatedunions affiliatedunions affiliatedunions
unions In accordance accorl1ance with with orders Js Jsinied Ssg
1 sited g ed yesterday from Chicago as the theresult thelosult theresult
result of the ther referendum erendum vote te at all alllake aUr alllake
r lake ports between 10000 19000 and 12000 12000union 12000union 12000union
union seamen oooks stewards firemen firemencJIorstantT firemenCIerif firemenclersanti
cJIorstantT CIerif nd water wid r tenders this morning morniligrefused morningrefused mornt g gnrused
refused to t take their places in 533 vos vossels ves vessels ves1Iels ¬
sels controlled by the X Lake > ako CarrIorS CarriersAssociation CarrIorSA6S8clation CarriorsAfseciation
Association AfseciationThe A6S8clationThe AssociationThe
The point at issue is the recognition recognitionof
of the union There are about 15000 15000jnen liOOOloen 00 004nen
jnen in the peamenM e enlt uhlan u loP 6000 In the theliremens thofiremens thefiremens
firemens and 2000 in the cooks and andstewards andstewards andstewards
stewards Not all aUo of those will quit quitwork quitwork quitwork
work however for a number of inde independent Independent hidependentt ¬
pendent veesels vessels are carrying union unioncrews unionrows unioni unioncrews
crews T This i port and Buffalo are the thepoints thepoints thepoints
i points nin most ni st actively affected affectedViolence attectedYloleMe affectedVlolenae
Violence ii Jt6gan i gan here last night when Wjbenone whenone n none
one man man teas was assaulted and badly
leaten fcedaus be aWH he howas was thought to be a astrike aetrlke astrike
strike breaker The union men say
they will use every peaceful moans to tokeep tok tokeep
keep k ep men away from the lioatsThey boats They
declare that the fight will be a long one oneond oneD oneend
end D nd will keep many vessels Is tied up thegreater the thegreater thegre
greater gre l r part p rt of the tboseas tboseasTbe season seasonThe
The employers Insist that they are arewell arewen arewell
well prepared that the strike was waspractically waspractically wastactically
practically tactically declared last fall falltbat that the theblast thelest
blast lest furnaces have enough ore on hand handfew handto handto
to last until August and Ill that nQthiIlJ nQthiIlJwUlbe108t n o thin thinwill
wUlbe108t will bejoetbF7ctuntg bF lcWn lJg la > zsE zsEel Or Orthe elthe
the Or ore fleet lie Idl idle Compara 1 ly y
few boats are ar out at thistlmo thIs time The Thecarriers Thearrlers Thecarriers
carriers say they can get all a all i J the union unionmen unionmen unionmen
men they want to operate open e them themPAY themPAY themPAY
PAY DAY KEEPS MEN MENAT MENAT MENAT
AT WORK WORKIN IN FRANCE FRANCEPAIlfs FRANCEPAIIfs
PARis May I L IHeavy Heavy showers in inParis InParia InPans
Paris today toda and the fact that it waspay waspay was waspay
pay day in nearly no rly every place of em employment emploment employznnent ¬
ployment in the city militated against againstthe againBtthe I
the general cassation c U n of work planned plannedby pI plannedby DCd DCdby
by the labor unions find nd against their theirdemonstrations thoIremonstrnUons their theirdemonstrations
demonstrations demonstrationsWhile demonstrationsWhile emonstrnUonsVhfie
While May day dB le u usually uaJ1y a holiday holidayto
to get their wages So far there have havewith havewIth havewlth
with tho laborers fewer quit work to today todai todal ¬
day than in former years as many of oftho ortho ofthe
tho laborers reported for work in order orderbeen orderbeen orderbeen
been no n disturbances though it is isfeared Isteared isfeared
feared that tha calm will not continue continuethroughout continuethroughout continuethroughout
throughout the day dayAt dayAt dayAt
At the last moment the labor loaders leadersdecided loadersdecIded loadersdecided
decided to abandon the idoa of public publicparados pU1Ucparados publicparados
parados today thereby minimizing tho tholikelihood thoUkeUliood thelikelihood
likelihood of dashes witn the policewho police policewho poncewho
who had issued an order against any anyand anyand anyand
and all paradesTroops parades paradesTroops paradesTroops
Troops are la lziJead1noe 1 jeadlnoss in all the bar barracks barracks barracks ¬
racks of the city city but they have not yet yetappeared yetappeared yetappeared
appeared on the streets streetswearing streetThousands etreotsThousands
Thousands or Parisian are areappearing appearing
wearing bouttonnteres of c t lilies of othe the val valay
loy venders of which are reaping finan financial finanetal financial ¬
cial harvests by Belling them at 2 cents centsa
a bunch bunchGUESTS bunchGUESTS bunchi
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Cobb a young OUDI Kepaug man who was wasot wasJot wasslot
Jot ot by his 1 S st stepfather p ftther Isaac Elwell a afew afEW afew
few months ago ag being ng mistaken ml tken for a ahorse alorse aJ
horse J oree thief gave gave3 a party at his home hometo
to celebrate Ielebn e his radSvery radSveryFor etY etYFQr eryFor
For a week for following = g the cheating his
Ufa was enter in grav rrav rav danger At least fifty fiftyshot tift fiftystot y
shot entered his body and he invited invite
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quipped to take takecare tak takC takcare
care C i r e of visiting
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GEORGE B FROTHINGHAM FROTHINGHAMIn
In Robin Hood At National Next Week WeekA WeekA WeekPLIOASING
PLEASING ELm ASING announcement announcem ent in connection with the forthcoming fO rthCO mlng sum summer s sumrear m mmer
A A mer season at the National Theater Is tho t1t coming of George B Froth Frothingham FrothInrham Frothingham
ingham for hi his former fort1 role In the revival of Room R Uln Hood HoodMr BoodlIr HoodMr
Mr Frothingham for ro the past twentyfive years ears hasbeen bas been one of ofthe orthe ofthe
the most mostcon most conspicuous plc 1 U comedians on the comic opera Op6 < 1 stage fiiaIJ6 Hp Logan l egan his hiscareer hi hicareor hiscareer
career with the old Boston Bo ton Ideals which later was ncorporated into into the Bos Bostoniaris BastonlaI Boslonlans
toniaris tonlaI s that orgnlzntlon o ulz Uon that for more than fifteen years held a unique uniqueplace uniqueplace uniqueplace
place at the head of light operatic organizations organizationsMr
Mr FrptbingtMun is U 3 oldest surviving member of the Bostonians and andIs andIs andis
Is seventytwo years of age agaMr ageMr agoMr
Mr Frothingham will 111 remain In Washington for 1Iorcr several l weeks wocksas as theprincipal theprincipal the theprincipal
principal comedian of the Aborn Com pany
KING EDWARDS REIGN REIGNDRAWING REIGNDRAWG
DRAWING TO CLOSE CLOSELONDON
LONDON May 1 1WhlJe While the word wordthat worotl1at wordthat
that comes from King K1D Edward who is isnow 18now isnow
now on a yachting trip for his boalth boalthis
is t rathor favoraWe ta I81HB i fib tone R i it was waslearned waslearlod as asleartJed
learned tod today th that t his phystefeuurhave phystefeuurhavetold phytddans have havetold
told him plainly that that on Ms sl resumption resumptionof re umptlo umptloor
of official duties duU he must out down his hisengagements Illsengagoments hisengagements
engagements by at least half Unless Unlesshe unlesshe nlMl nlMlhe
he does his physleUuM ph 1eJaa8 say y that tJaa the theKings theKings theKings
Kings days are numbered numberedThe numberedThe numberedThe
The uncertain health of the Ilng ItTgwhich Ilngwhich lng lngwhich
which no one tries to conceal co 1 any anylonger anylonger
longer has turned the tJae07e eyes of 1 tbe nation na nation 11 11Uon ¬
tion on George Prince of Wales who is isdestined isdestined a
destined to ascend the throne under underthe underthe
the probable tltl title of George V And the theprince tbeprince theprince
prince is standing the scrutiny unex unexpectedly unexpectedly unexpectedly ¬
pectedly well
SENATE CONSIDERS CONSIDERSCOURT CONSIDERSCOURT
COURT or CUSTOMS CUSTOMSThe
The administrative ve features of o the theAldrich theAldrich I l I
Aldrich tariff bill including the maxi maximum maxIm1lD1 mxximum ¬
mum and minimum n minlmt nlm m n features are now nowbefore nowbetoretbe nowbefore
before betoretbe the Senate SenateOne SenatrOne aenatOne
One of tits t e provisions pr vdlltituJ relating to the theadministrative U1Caduim theadministrative
aduim administrative tratlve end 01 o the bill which will willbring willbring willbring
bring out much discussion dl cu88lon in the Senate Senateis
is for a customs curt ourt This court com will willdoubtless wIndoubt18Mf willdoubtiest
doubtless be attacked as a harbor of ofrefuge ofrefu ofrefuge
refuge refu e for or lame ducks It will con consist cont conMet ¬
Met t of a presiding pr Sldlng judge and four as associate assedate 8 8clate ¬
sedate clate Judges to be appointed by the thePmstdoct thePrMtdont thePmstdont
Pmstdoct with fth the advice and consent consentof
of the Senate Tt will hold court In Innine Innine innine
nine judicial circuits and will have havejur havejurtwinet3on jur jurisdiction jurI ¬
isdiction I of appeals arpeal from the board of ofcustoms ofgeneral o ogeneral
general appraisrs appra tiers The decisions o ot the thoCWItom e ecustoms
customs court will be final in all cases casesThe casesThe casesThe
The lodges will derive re 10000 a year yearand yearand ear earand
and the clerk who will maintain an of office ortire offlee ¬
tire in New York orkp will get 14000 1000
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COMMERCIAL CLUB CLUBIS
IS INCORPORATED INCORPORATEDH1 INCORPORA lED lEDHundred
Hundred H1 ndr d and Fifty Business Bu BusinessMelt in s sMen
Men Attach Att ch Names toCertificate to toCertH
Certificate CertificateOne CertH ca caOne
One hundred hJindr d and fifty business men menof meno menn mennof
of o Washington have subscribed su scrlbed their theirnames theirnames theirnames
names names to the certificate of Incorpora Incorporation Incorporation ineorporation ¬
tion of the new Commercial Club of ofWashington ofWashington ofWashington
Washington Just placed on reoord with withthe withtho withthe
the Recorder of Deeds DeedsThe DeedsThe DeedsThe
The mutual improvement of otmcmbers otmcmbersand members membersand membersandtheir
and andtheir their association for literary Utera y and andeducational andeducationaJ andeducational
educational purposes < i are given as the theobjects theobjects theobjects
objects of the new organization which whichIs
Is incorporated for perpetual existence existenceUnder existonceUnder existenceUnder
Under the Incorporation the club is isauthorized Isauthorlzed isauthorized
authorized to acquire and hold property propertyand propertyand propertyand
and maintain a library and clubhouse clubhouseThe clubhouseThe clubhouseThe
The incorporatars Incorporat ns are E C Graham GrahamJulius GrahamJUlius GrahamJulius
Julius Garflnkle E S Porter C H HRudolph HeRudolph HRudolph
Rudolph Myer Cohen J M Stoddard StoddardJohn StoddardJohn StoddardJohn
John L Weaver Ralph W Lee Scott ScottC ScottBbne
C Bone > pharles Charlbs E Bern Allan D DAlbert DA1bert DAlbert
Albert jr Thomas C Noyos D J JKaufmann JKaurmann JKaufmann
Kaufmann Milton lmt n E Alles W H HWalker BWalker HWalker
Walker Charles J Bell Otto Luebkert LuebkertW LuebkeW
W S Corby Samuel Ross E EJ EJWalsh J JWalsh J JWalsh
Walsh Corcoran Thom Joseph Rich Richardson Richardson Richardson ¬
ardson Chapin Brown Daniel Fraser FraserSamuel FraserSam11e1 FraserSamuel
Samuel J Prescott E O Whltford WhltfordEdgar WbltfordEdgar WhitfordEdgar
Edgar Edgar D Shaw George H Harries Le LeRoy LeRoy LeBoy
Roy Mark Thomas P Morgan J Will W1lll Willlam William
lam l m Henry George G rge W White A D DMarks Dlarks DMarks
Marks Charles I L Corby R Golden GoldenDonaldson GoldenDonaldson GoldenDonaldson
Donaldson S C Neale Aldls B BBrowne BBrowne BBrowne
Browne 1 A + P Crenshaw W B Hibbs HibbsEldrIdge HibbsEldridga
1 Eldrldge E ordan Charles F Schnei Schneider Schneider Schneider ¬
der A A Chapln F I < W McKenzie MeKenzleFrederick MclrenzIFrederick McKenzieFrederick
Frederick C Stevens E H Snyder Snyderw
w G Carter George P pSacksL Sacks ALisner A AT ALisner
T Lisner T R > E TT flnnoVitnn ClaughtQn F K Aben Abennlng AfFen AfFenning A K fv fvnine
nine W S Hogue Paul Y WatersWilliam WatersVUllam Waters hatersWilliam
William A Mearns A AG G Claphani Cla hamJ hamJL J JL L LJ
L Parsons D DTheodore J Callahan A C CL Moses MosesTheodore MosesTheodore
Theodore W Noyes George Truesdell TruesdelUM TruesdellM
M M Parker L E Sraoot Smo t A T THensey THensey THensey
Hensey C B Rheem Rhe m Hugh Relly HE E EE EE
E Rapley James F Oyster S W WWoodward WWoodward WWoodward
Woodward Harry Wardman G W F FSwartzell Fswartz FSwartzeil
Swartzell swartz eU John Poole Benjamin Wood Woodrun Woodruff
run ruff W Seton Kent L E Sinclair SinclairE
E tiS S SMarlow Marlow Jame James A Cahill ThomasW Thomas ThomasWl I IwjSmlth
Wl W wjSmlth Smith Robert Z r NV Harper X J t Henry HenrySmalls HenryS HenrySmall
Smalls S Small al1 S G Cornwel Georfc E F Schutt SchuttJohn SchuttJohn SchuttJohn
John Joy Edson H B Leary Levi LevlWoodbury LeviWoodbury LevilVoodbury
Woodbury J H Cranford W W H Rap Rapley Rapl Rapley
ley l yE E L Weston Frank P May Will WUllam Willlain Willlam
lam F Gude John B Sleman Jr JrThomas jrThomas JrThomas
Thomas E Ogram H HC C C Stiles John JohnMitchell Johnmtcnel1 JohnMitchell
Mitchell jr William E Shannon Les Lester Lester Lester ¬
ter A Barr Arthur > G t1 Jlant J lant ot William WilliamB
B Thompson C B HlRbt gb + John Taylor TaylorArms TaylorArms TaylorArms
Arms Charles R Williams O H P PJohnson PJohnson PJohnson
Johnson David F Weaver William WilliamA
A Hill Percy Cranford A M Lothrop LothropW
IW W H Moses William W illlam D Hoover and andW andW andW
W W FInley FlnleyCOOK FInleyCOOK
COOK ON 0 0IS N DOLPHIN DOLPHINIS
IS NOT A VAGRANT
Officers of Ship Indignant at atCharge atCharge atCharge
Charge Against Their Jap Japanese japanese JapaneseServant ¬
aneseServant aneseServantThere anese Servant ServantThere ServantThere
There was much excitement this thismorning thismorning thismorning
morning in the ward room of the dis dispatch dIsp dispatch ¬
patch p tch boat Dolphin and considerable considerableIndignation considerableIndllnaUon considerableindignation
Indignation on the jart of Charles Mas Masl Masaehl Masachi
achl a Japanr 5 i c was was languishing lanJU1shlngin
in a cell In he Fourth precinct station sta station statIon ¬
tion tionMasachi
Masachi istie cook for the Dolphins Dolphinsofficers DolphlnsotficerS Dolphinsofficers
officers and n d lie te was arrested arr Sleu on thecharge the thefor theClarse
charge ot ben a vagrant The officers orrlcersfor officersfor
for whom the 3 Japanese apane e has cooked dur during durin during ¬
ing in the last wo years ears declare thatthe that thatthe thatthe
the man is the th best cook in the navy navyand naVYand navyand
and that many prominent officials of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Governmen estify to his skill skillJust sk1l1Just skillJust
Just how Maachi M ssachi became a vagrant vagrantnone VlgrsntnODe vagrantnnne
none of the officer < r1could could understand understandThey understandThey understandThey
They investigated the case as soon as asthey asthey asthey
they heard of the arrest and M and their In Indignation IndlgnaUo indignatloi ¬
dignation persuaded the police that thatmayb thatmab thatmaybe
maybe the Japanese was not a vagrant vagrantafter vagrantafter vagrantafter
after all allThe aJ1The allThe
The charge of vrgrancy was oa8 finally finallywithdrawn finallywltlldrayn finallywithdratiyn
withdrawn and disorderly conduct conductcharged conuctcha conductcharged
charged cha ed In its etead Masachi was eager eagerto eagerto eagerto
to return to his duties and was wa permit permitted permitted permit permitted ¬
ted to put up tIO 10 for his appearance apI > earance for fortrial tortrlal fortrial
trial
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ASSISTS IN OVERCOMING OVERCOMINGp I ICONSTIPATION
p CONSTIPATION CONS TYPATIOJ PERMANENTLY PENENTLYi i
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OF OFItNOWN KNOWN COMPONENT PARTS PARTSAND AND KNOWNBENEnClAL KNOWN BENEFICIAL BENEFICIALEFFECTS
EFFECTS EFFECTSFOR5ALE EFFECTSFOR A
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FIRST FIRS GAME IS WON WONBY VONBY r rBY
BY WHITE NEWSBOYS NEWSBOYSLads
Lads Who Sell The Washington Times Make a Fine FineN FineShowing FineShowing FineShowing
N Showing at Baseball BaseballWiUPlay BaseballWill Will Play the Bald Baldmore Baltimore Baldmore
more News Teams Later
The two crack teams te = ms of the Wash WshUington Washington ¬
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ington Times Newsboys Baseball Glut Gluttflayed CltUiplayed
played the first fliStgame game of the season I Ithe 1the ta tathe I
the White Lot this morning at 10ocloclc 10 10oclock 10ocloclc
ocloclc The Th < 3 white team defeated the hecolored thecoloreil I
colored team by a score of 6 to 5 Ina Inawellplayed In Inwellplayod a awellplayed
wellplayed game of six Innings callcu callcuon callcuan
on account of rain rainThe rainThe rainThe
The lineup for the winning team teamHerman s sHerman j jHerman
Herman Rosenbaum captain first base baseCharley baseCharley i
Charley CurrIe catcher Shorten Wells Wellspitcher we Weltspitcher
pitcher Leonard Banks second bass bastsJohn b3StJohn bassJohn
John Keefo third base BernardString BernardStringer Bernard Stringor String J
er lr shortstop Archie Cunnlnsha Cunninghatright ai airight 1 1rfght
right field William Johnson lefffield lefffieldHenry left < fi field fieldHenry ldf ldfHenry
Henry Henry Ewing center field Tom Long Longboat Longboat Longboat ¬
boat acted as umpireLosing umpire umpireLosing umpIreLosing
Losing Teams LineUp LineUpTho
Tho lineup for the colored team wash washJacob was wasJacob wasJacob
Jacob Parker pitcher Phillip Ph1l1lpJohn Ph1l1lpJohnfon Johnson John Johnson ¬
son catcher William Snowden first firstbase ftisbase firstbase
base Gus Colbert second base Ike IkeBrown IkuBrown IkoBrown
Brown captain third base Theo Theodorp TheodorpMitchell ThoodorMitchell dort dortMitchell
Mitchell shortstop Samuel Williamsright Williams Williamsright W1l1famsright
right field Alfred Stewart left field fleloYand fJeld fJeldand fieldand
and Edward Johnson center Held HeldThe fleldThe fiatdTh
The Th Times Tlm Newsboys Baseball Club ClubPROGRAM ClubBLIND lub lubPROGRAM
PROGRAM FOR BLIND BLINtl J JSELECTED i iSELECTED 1 1SELECTED
SELECTED FOR FORWE WEEK WEEKents JEJEK JEJEKI Kl KlThree
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Three Entertainments Ent rtainments rtalnm rtalnmGiven ents VilliBe VilliBeGiven ViI Be BeGiv
Given Giv n in Reading Rt R aon aonLibrary bmgsf bmgsfLibrary
of ofLibrary
Library of Congress CongressThree
Three entertainments entertainmentswJ11 will be beID griven grivenIn gnvenIn ven ven1n
1n In the reading room for the blind at at the thehours theI4brary theLibrary
Library ot Congress next week week The Thehours Thehours
hours will be from 230 to 30 p p Pim PimMrs m mMrs mMrs
Mrs John MUtonGlttennan Milton GItterman w cc > J 1 reada read reada
a selection of stories storl s and poems TJues TJuesday xuesday es i iday
day afternoon afternt on > I and on Thursitayafter Thursitayafternoon Thursday after afterber afternoon
noon there wl1he will i be a a program ot cham chamber Cham Chamber
ber music by Beaumont B aullont Glass violinistEdwin violinist violinistEdwin vl Unlst UnlstEdwin
Edwin Borcmjrdt Borcei rdt violinist vioUn t and Charles CharlesH CharlesHFisher
H HFisher Fisher pianistDr pianist planstDr pianistDr
Dr Joseph Edmond Smith will give givea
a lecture Saturday afternoon art rn9o on onSights onSights onSights
Sights In Rome
12L strong was organized about out two twoiceeks twoI tworeeks
reeks I eeks ago ag o by J H Peters for the pur purpose purpase purpose
pose of of f furtherin furthering good ood clean clean athletics athleticsamong athleticsamong athlecsamong
among the boys oo boysgSeven gSeven Seven teams In addi addition addition 1 1tlon ¬
tion to the two leading teams haveeen have haveV haveen
V > een en organized and fitted out with withults withc11ts withits
its and nd caps of gray gr y together with withS withball withball
S ball and gloves glovesine glovest
t g ine no of the boys are areplalng playing remark4y remark remarkiy
4 < 4y iy y good ball and will give the Haiti BaltliiVre RalUe HaitiNews
iiVre e News Newsboys Club and the thetfcok thec
tfcok c jk teams of Washington which have havepircady havetl haveP1
pircady tl Nldy been challenged a close run for for5ril forfirst
first 1 honors
honorsSchedule
Schedule Sched le Arranged ArrangedVA
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