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Laugh and Chat Merrily MerrilyWhen MerrilyWhen MerrilyWhen
When Hands Are Kept KeptBusy KeptBusy KeptBusy
Busy BusyARE BusyARE BusyARE
Possess Knowledge of How to toAvoid toAvoid toAvoid
Avoid Obstacles In InWalking InWalking InWalking
Walking WalkingSAGINAW WalkingSAGIXA WalkingSAGINAW
SAGINAW SAGIXA W Mich May Ma 20 oThe The blindof blind blindof blindor
of Michigan have for many years oors had hadan badan hadan
an association for the common good goodamong goodamong goodamong
among thomselves It early began an anagitation anagitation anagitation
agitation for the establishment of an anindustrial anindustrIal anj
j industrial home for the blind which whichshould vhlehshould whichshould
should be a harbor of refuge to thosewho those thoseWho thoSewho
Who might otherwise e despair despairAs do palr palrAs
As early as lOO an attempt was made madeby madeby madeby
by the Blind Peoples Welfare Associa Association Association Association ¬
tion to establish an employment bureau bureaufor bureaufor bureaufor
for the blind but the enterprise failed failedfor tailedfor failedfor
for lack of fundsThe funds fundsThe rundshe
The he Influential among the blind how however however however ¬
ever among amon whom were several alumni alumniceased alumniof
of the University Umverslty of Michigan never neverceased neverceased
ceased their activities In benalf of their theirfellow theirfeUow theirfellow
fellow unfortunates with the result that thatthree thatthree thatthree
three years later a law was obtained obtainedfounding obtainedfounding obtainedfounding
founding the Michigan Employment In Institution Inetltutlon Institution ¬
stitution for the Blind Saginaw was wasselected waslJelected wasselected
selected as the seal sea of the Institution Institutionand institutionand insUtutIonand
and 175000 OOO was appropriated for theerection the theerection theerection
erection of buildings buildingsTwo <
Two things impress tho visitor to the theInstitution theinstitution theinstitution
Institution at every turn turnthe the resiliency resiliencyof reslliencof
of human nature and the marvelous marvelouswould marelousadaptab11lty marvelousadaptability
adaptability of the human bod body It Itwould Itwould
would be natural to expect that the thetotally thetotallY thetotally
totally totally blind would become morose and andsad andsad andQuite
sad Quite the contrary Tho long Ion lineof line lineof Uneot
of sightless men will march in to dinner dinnertalking dinnerta1k1ng dinnertalldng
talking and laughing gayly as would wouldany wouldany wouldany
any group of them in the possession of ofall ofall ofally
all ally allytheir their senses and in the most favor favorabe tavoraWe favorable
abe circumstances circumstancesKnowledge circumstancesKnowledge circumstancesKnowledge
Knowledge Unexplained UnexplainedXtIamarvclous TJneplaineItjsmarveIous UnexplainedIt
XtIamarvclous It tr > see with what free freedom freedom freedom ¬
dom they thread their way among amongobstacles amongobstaoIes amongobstacles
obstacles In rooms with which they arc arcfamiliar arctem1l1ar arefamiliar
familiar Each man goes directly to his hisplace hIsplace hisDlaee
place at the table without the least leasthesitation lea8thesltt1on leasthesitation
hesitation or fumbling One roaches roacheshis roacheso
ti o his chair by passing around an upright uprightpost upriKhtpost uprightpost
post How h he knows that It is therehas there thereLas therehas
has never been on explained explainedEven explainedEVIen axDlainedEven
Even the blind man himself cannot cannott cannottell
t tell ll more than that heseems he seems to feel an anobstacle anobstacle anobstacle
obstacle The atmosphere near a wall wallseems walleeems wallseems
seems different to him It may be the theeddying theeddying theeddying
eddying back of currents of air it may maybe maybe maybe
be the reflection of the sound of his footfalls foot footfalls footfalls ¬
falls It may be some sixth sense not notyet not7et notyet
yet explained some attribute of that thatmysterious thlltmstenous thatmysterious
mysterious subconscious self of which whichwe whlehwe wbiehwe
we hear so much and know so little littlebut littlebut littlebut
but whatever it Is it operates almost ahno t In Infallibly Infallibly infallibly ¬
fallibly to protect the blind blindThe blindThe blindThe
The rapidity with which these men menand menand menand
and women learn to do work worc requiring requiringconsiderable requiringconsiderable requiringconsiderable
considerable technical skill even in those thosewho tho thosewho e ewho
who can see Is another source of won wonder woner wonder ¬
der er to all visitors to the Institution InstitutionOn
On the upper floor of the mens work workehop workehop workshop
ehop are the apprentices Watch thej thejyoung the theyoung theyoung
young fellow who 7s is Beginning the makoa mak makand making
ing or oa a broom He Is a new arrival arrhaland arrivaland
and and the th consciousness of his terrible terribleloss terrlblloss terribleloss
loss Is still strong within him His Hissightless HiSsIghtless Hissightless
sightless eyes are bont upon the work workthrough workthrough workthrough
through force of habit and the tense tensedrawn tensedrawn tensedrawn
drawn muscles muscl of the face show thai thathe thanthe i ithe
the whole physical 1 > nature is straining strainingto
to visualize visualizeWorking vIsualizeWorking visualizeWorking
Working E Ey Ej 3 SiUi in Finger Tips Tipsdn Tipsn Tipstin
dn n the floor b 1Hj1owa blow low a man man Is working workingwho workingwho
who ho came to 4 the institution several severalyears J severalyears veral veralyears
years ago qulto as hopeless and nd ndo ndbun bun bunSling bungling j jgllng
Sling Now he is making five livedozen or o six sixdozen SiXdozen
dozen brooms a a day He no longer de deflects dtttects denects ¬
flects his e ces es to his work His work working yorkIng working ¬
ing eyes are ar in the tips of his fingers flngersDeftly fingersDeftly fingerseftly
Deftly eftly he catches the corn the wirewhirls wire wirewhirls wirewblrls
whirls round and round the product productgrows pro productgrows uct uctgrows
grows clean and even and smooth while whileth whHfloo whilethe >
th the workman with placid brow gazes gazesaway gazsaway gazesaway
away into those infinite vistas which whichseem whichIeem whichseem
seem to open up to the blind a vision visionuphampered visionuphampercd visionuphampered
uphampered by b the sordid work of thehands the thehands thehands
hands The man has been lifted up upfrom upfrom upfrom
from hopelessness and destitution to the theability theabJUt theability
ability abJUt to support himself and his fam family tamily family ¬
ily ilyThis
This facility In work is the one thin thinthat th ththatlmpres thing thingthat
that thatlmpres impresses es the visitor most deeply deeplyThe deeplyThe deeplyThe
The hands are trained to act automatic automatically automaUcaUy automatically ¬
ally The mind seems to be left free to toan toan toan
an extent hardly possible to those who whodirect whodirect whodirect
direct their activities by sight sightHere sightHere sightHere
Here is a a woman weaving The shut shuttle shuttle shuttle ¬
tle fairly falrl flies back and forth and the theweb theweb theweb
web crows smooth and beautiful but butall butall butall
all the time the workers real spirit spiritseems spiritseems spiritseems
seems to be unfettered by the exacting
details of her work Another Is sorting
broom corn a whole room full of ofmerry ofmerry ofmerry
merry chattering women are making I Ifeather
feather dusters dustersCheerfulness dustersCheerfulness nstersCheerfulness
Cheerfulness and good humor seom to topervade topcnado topervade
pervade the whole institution in marked markedcontrast markedcontrast markedcontrast
contrast to the doleful expression expre aion asso associated assocIated associated ¬
ciated with Ith the faces of the solitary
blind occasionally occaslonal1 seen on Xrlty leit streets
The secret seems to lie In the feeling fcelln of ofconfidence ofont1dence ofconfidence
confidence and the sense S < ntn of usefulness usefulnessi usftfulnftsswhich usefulnesswhich
which the th pOSl possession ession otsklll of skill brIngs to
those who i thus afflicted afflictedOld af afflictedOld lcted lctedOld
Old Associations Cling ClingThere ClingThere ClingThere
There are occasional pathetic In Instances Intance8 Instances ¬
stances of the clinging of the th blind to tothe tothe tothe
the associations of life before their theiraffliction thclraftUcUon theiraffliction
affliction came upon them Every wo womans womans womans ¬
mans room Is fitted up up with all the thellttlo thetlttlo thelittle
little bits of ornamentation so dear to
the feminine heart Tho walls must
havo their pictures though the eyes eyescan eyescan eyescan
can never again see them Some subtle subtlesatisfaction subtlesatlstactlon subtlesatisfaction
satisfaction is found In passing the
delicate hands over the frames and andsmooth andsmooth andsmooth
smooth glass some association which whichreaches whichreaches Whichreaches
reaches back into the glad sunlight be ¬
fore the long night closed cl d In
The chapel In the administration admlnl tratfon build
Ing Is used as a place of entertainment entertainmentand entertainmentand
and frequent amateur concerts given by
the blind together with
the long series servesof seriesof IKneor
of rehearsals help to relieve the monet monotony lnoneton monetony ¬
ony on of life outside of working hours
In another part of the building Is I a
library of several thousand thou nd volumes in inthe tnthe inthe
the curious raised letters which the
blind read Among Amon mong these books are arefound arefound arefound
found a large number of standard standardworks standardworks tandaI tandaIworks
works Including some of the best fic fiction ftctton fiction ¬
tion To supplement this necessarily necessarilyrestricted nect88aMlyre necessarilyretricted
restricted re trlcted collection of reading matter matteran
an officer devotes five evening hours a aweek aWcek aweek
week reading = aloud from current news newspapers nespapers news newspapers
papers and magazines to all who care careto careto careto
to listen Lectures Lectu > OS too are frequently frequentlygiven frequentlygiven frequentlygiven
given by outside out lde talent and religious religiousForvices rellglowsfrvlces religiousservices
services are regularly r ularly held held by pastors of ofthe ofthE ofthe
the various arlou city o1t churches churchesWith tlwrchftSVlth ehurc es esi
With head and hand thus occupied occupiedthe
i a the general theorfulness s and farteddally farted varieddally 8IteddailY
dally experiences oxp l1lences of ft the students for Uorso forso t r
so they thc may m fce H called in n this institu institution Institution iesUtution ¬
tion so nearly near approach tho those e of the theaverage theaveIage theaverage
average citizen in normal norm comouinl comouinlties cO coahunLNties UII nI nI1fs
ties as to render existence not merely merelytolerable m merelytolerable l It Ittolerab1c
tolerable but rfch m Joyous apprecia appreciation apPfeeJation appraclatfon ¬
tion of life lifeLITERARY UfeLITERARY lifeLITERARY
Members of the German Social Liter Literary Llterary Literary ¬
ary Club and their friends attended themonthly the themonthly themonth
monthly month entertainment of o society lastnight last lastnight 1tnight
night at the home of the th president Ms MsSchade Mies MiesSchade U USchade
Schade 2611 26Uo Messciore place northwest northwestWhat n ncrthwesLWhat > rthwe t tWhat
What was as considered the feature of the theevenings theevenings theevenings
evenings entsrtalwnent cntgrtait n Cpt gt was as the violin violinplayinjr violinplaying Jolln
playing 1 > layln o of Mrs Lewis Lew Others who contributed con contributed contributed ¬
tributed to the entertainment ent rtainment program programwere prosramwere programwere
wereMls3 wereMiss were wereMiss
Miss Schadreottations Schade rcQiiations reQIta on3 Miss 1188 Standiford Standi Standiford Standiford
ford solo 7iGlandy fg r Glanay reading Mid MtesLicsvitt MidLcsltt MISSLcsvitt
Licsvitt regitaUbris realta u M ns A sketch was wupresented waspresented
presented l1y l1 mma a LWatkln LWatklnMtss L Walking Walkinglet WatkinsMiss
Miss E P Bendert i ID s Hfzow e E Sclm Sclmler
Schu ler Mr ClandSWandDr Cl an aiIDr Garabadian Glrab Garabadianu QdlftJ1 QdlftJ14tJt
j 4tJt <
Will Go to England to Col Collect Collect Collect ¬
lect Unknown Amount Left LeftBy LeftBy LeftBY
By Unnamed Man ManNEW Man1EW ManNEW
NEW YORK May Iay SO 30Selected Selected ectEM1 a abonoflciary aa aabenoficiary asbeneficiary
beneficiary in the will of a mysterious mysteriousforeigner m mysteriousforeigner terlo terloforeigner
foreigner because becau e her dead mother was wasonce wasonce wasonce
once admired by the testator Miss 111 Dora DoraPalmer DomPAlmer DoraPalmer
Palmer daughter of Thomas Palmer Palmerof
of o 2S Oak street East Orange N J Jis JIS Jis
is arranging to sail for England to toclaim toclaim toclaim
claim the bequest the z r a of which she shedoes shedoes he hedoes
does not know knowInformation knowInformation knowInformation
Information of the amount left lett tp tpMiss to toMIM toMiss
Miss Palmer as well as the Identity of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the person bequeathing the sum are areboth ar arboth areboth
both withheld as stipulations of the thewill UMSwill tb6will
will Miss MI Palmer has no hint as to tothe tothe tothe
the name of her benefactor but her herfather berfathor herfathon
father says he is morally certain that thatthe thathe thathe
he knows He will not however mention men mention mention ¬
tion the name He believes that thatthe thatthedead the thedead thedead
dead man was a schoolmate of Mrs MrsPalmer MnPalmer MrsPalmer
Palmer before she became his bride brideDisappointed brideDl brideDisappointed
Disappointed Dl appolntd in love the mysterious mysteriousadmirer myt8riobadmirer mysteriou3admirer
admirer he says 8 migrated to Australia Australiawhere Australiawhere Australiawhere
where he made a vast fortune fortuneNever fortuneKever fortuneNever
Never having married the man ro roHe returned roturned
turned to EnglAnd to live out his da daHe days daysHe
He had relatives there and it is the thebelief thebelie thebelief
belief of Mr r Palmer that after taking takingcare takingcare takingcare
care of them he left to Miss Palmer Palmerthe Palmerthe Palmerthe
the residue of the estate estateMiss e estateMiss tate tateMI88
Miss Palmer will go to Hastings Bag Bagyoung England bgland
land and there claim the fortune The Theyoung Theyoung
young woman has been successfully succe efully in inbusiness inuslne inbusiness
business uslne for herself In Newark for a anumber anumber anumber
number of years yearsWord yearsYord yearsWord
Word of her good fortune reached reachedMiss reachedMiss reachedMiss
Miss Palmer a few days da > ago in an ex express expross express ¬
press package which was delivered at atthe atthe atthe
the business address of her father at at5Sl ati
i 581 61 Main street In the package was a aletter aletter aletter
letter from an agency setting forth the thedetail thedetl1f1 thedetails
detail of the bequut bequf st so far as she was wasto vuto wasto
to know them and enclosing a fiftypound fifty fiftypound tUtJpound
pound note to defray the expenses expen ea of ofher ofher ofher
her Journey to England EnglandThe EnglandThe EnglandThe
The letter stated stat that Miss Palmer Palmerwas Palmerwas Palmerwas
was to take the money enclosed proceed proceedto
to England in person MIOn and collect the thelegacy thelegac thelegacy
legacy Another odd provision was wa that thattime thatMia thatMlts
Mia Palmer Is required to spend some sometime ometime
time visltlnc laIUn Mrs M Edgar Watson Wat on her hermaternal hermaternal hermaternal
maternal grandmother who lives In Insmall insmall a asmall
small village just outside Hastings HastingsThe HastingsThe HastingsThe
The Palmers have made their home In InEast InEut InEast
East Orange for r the past ten years yearsThey yearsThe yearsThey
They The lived for a time In New York Yorkand Yorkand Yorkand
and It was from that city that the Eng English English English ¬
lish agency traced them Mrs Irs Palmer PalmerYALE Palmerwho Palmerwho
who dIed live years ear ago had thought he hewu hewas
wu dead deadYALE deadYALE
NEW HAVEN Conn May 29 Tale Yaieundergraduates Taleundergraduates Ta1eunderlr8duate
undergraduates are wondering how it ithappened Ithappened ithappened
happened that John Reed Kilpatrick of ofJsew orXew ofNew
New York end on th the football team ttaPland teamand t tand
and captain of the next track team failed fail failed fallod ¬
ed to make a secret society societyYesterday societyYesterday ocietyie
Yesterday ie terday was Tap Day and to tothe tothe tothe
the surprise of everybody the tappers tappersof
of the three senior nlor societies ocietle Skull and andBones andBones andBones
Bones Scroll and Key Kt > y and Wolfs WolfsHead WoltsHead WolfsHead
Head passed passe < l Kllpairick irk by No such suchstir suchstir ueh uehstir
stir has been r ct reated ealed > atE < l pirn zolnp p Tom Shev Shevlin Chevlin ht htlIn >
lin the great football r > IItlal1 captain rapta in was wa pas pased pa paffl paned < <
ed by in 1995 1 M Most It t of ° f t tnI thrwen > 1P men taken bv bvthe b bthe bthe
the senior societies this th ycar far are 3 > m mon < n
Business Mens Association AssociationDecry AssociationDecry AssociationDecry
Decry War and Resolve Resolvefor ResolveforAn for forAn forAn
An International InternationalUnion InternationalUnionMOHONK Union JJnionMOHONK UnionMOHONK
MOHONK LAKE N Y May Mayresolution Iay 3 IiA IiArMOlut1 A Aresolution
resolution n sanctioning aneUon an international internationalunton
union and favoring an arbitral J c cUrt urt of ofJustice orJuUce ofJustice
Justice from which there shall be no noappeal noappeal noappeal
appeal will be taken up for considera consideration con consideration dera deradon ¬
tion today as the principal business s of oCthe ofthe ofthe
the day by the JAke Mobonk conference conferencein
in international arbitration now in InaIon ses session session ¬
sion hereTim here hereTho bereTbo
Tim resolution re oJution was 5 adopted yesterday yesterdayby ye terd terdby
by the Business Bu tne a Mens Association of oftn ofthe ofthe
tn the conference conffr nc and is t as follows followsThe tollowsThe followsThe
The business Interest Intere tIJ o 00 < the world worldare wor1dare worldare
are keenly alive to the bnormal r conditions condi conditions condtttons ¬
tions that from time to imo destroy tho thoconfidence thoconftdence theconfidence
confidence of peoples peopt and interrupt JOfItror the thowokings th thwoktngs thewokings
wokings of their interdependence Interde > > endence The Thegreatest Thegreatest he hegre
greatest gre test and most mo t distnetive dl tneUve of these theseare the theseare e eare
are those tlt tlO of the apprehension appreh enldon of or th thpositive the thepo81tfve thepositive
positive realization of war Nothing can canbe canbe canbe
be of greater blM r importance than su such suchagen suchagencies i iagenctec
agen agencies 1el as 8 will prevent these the i condi conditions condition conditions ¬
tions from arising or will quickly 1u ly end endthem endthem endthem
them whenever they th y do appear appearCourt appearCourt appearCourt
Court of Final Decision DecisionWe
We regard re d arbitration as but an in intermlnate Interminate interminate
terminate station on the way a to the thefinal thefinal thefinal
final consummation eon ummaUon to ba found in an aninternational anInternational aninternational
international union whoa arbitral court courtof eourtOf courtof
of justice jutrt ce will 1l1 be he th tJ final court courtof courtot courtof
of the world from whose who edeelalon de lskm there thereerr therecr
err cr be no appeal appealAt appealAt
At last JSMP tts tt session e lon Dr Charles Charl 8 WEliot W WKHot V VEliot
Eliot president emeritus of Harvard HarvardUniversity HarvardUniversity HarvardUniversity
University cited the case of England as asan uan asan
an example of tho coftlmjss of maJn maJntaininc maJntalnhl maintainine
taininc a large army aJd navy and said saidthe saidthe said
the armament on lan1 Ian must mu t awaitestablishment await the theestablishment thee
e establishment of a supreme court of ar arbitral arbltnl arbitrai ¬
bitral justice justiceA ju tke tkeA
A ringing rln dnJ plea for peac + came from fromRear fromRear fromRear
Rear Admiral J B Murdock U S SUe Slie Sije
Ue said Id that he voiced the sentiment of ofall ofall
all naval officers in stating categor categorically categorjeaUy categorically ¬
ically that the navy te for peace peaceAdmiral peC peCAdmiral peaceAdcniral
Admiral Murdock dwelt on the berber barbarities berberHIM barbertiles ¬
HIM of war ar and s said Jd the navy takes takes takesspecial tkespeclnl
special pride in the advanced position po poettlonAmericans tUon of ofAmericans ofAmericans
Americans in the peace movement movementOthers moveDentOthers movementOthers
Others Predict a Court CourtOther CcurtOther CourtOther
Other speakers were Henry S 3 F Mac MacfarlaTid Macfartand Mcfar1a
farlaTid far1a former Commissioner of the theDistrict thoDbltrld theDistrict
District of Columbia who predicted Dr lclod the thecrea thecre thecrew
crea cre crew ft r f an arbitral court as recommey recom recommev recomme
mev me by Secretary of State Knox So Solid S0lid Solidi ¬
lid Scott of the State Department DepartmentW
W L Mackenzie Kiln KIna deputy d puty commis commissioner commbtsloftr consulasioner ¬
sioner of labor of Canada and Gen GenE en enE n nE
Rupert Guinness was defeated for forparliament torparliament forparliament
parliament said a magazine editor editorGuinness editorGulnneu editorGuinness
Guinness I know well He is a great greatadmirer greatadmirer greatadmirer
admirer of our American buck bu k beerHe beer beerHe iteerHe
He imports a keg ke < < of olbuck buck beer every everyGuinness everyspring everyspritng
spring springGulnness
Guinness the famous stout maker makertoW makertokl makertold
toW me a buck b beer er story last month monthHe monthH monthHe
He H said Id that about this time last lastyear lutyear lastyear
year he heard that an American friend friendbeing friendbeln friendbeing
beln being 111 had attempted suicide So hewired he hewired bewirEd
wired to America to ask If this wastime was wastnie as astn1
time tn1 > His friend fritn wired Jrfd ba back backSukdr barkSuicide k kSuicide
Suicide story false fals = e Wouldnt Voul nt be besuch besueh besuch
such a fool as to kill hiv < ef before beforetl
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If the tt tips wear out before the gloves glovesyou glovest glovesyou glovesYouget
you Youget get
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experience in Silk Glove 3rannfacturin 3rannfacturinA anufucturing anufucturingI
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made madeAH madeI madeAlt
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KAYSER Quality Fit and Finish excel all othersLIYSER others othersKAYSER othcrKAYSER
KAYSER gloves cost no more mere than the ordinary ordinarykind ordinulyIi ordl nury nuryIiilld
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Silk Glove in the world the kind that is sold to toou toouwith yon yonTvith ou ouwI
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Long Silk Glove 75c ic SLOG 1 1259150 5 81000 81000JULIUS 150 150JULIUS 200 200JULIUS
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BIG CHURCH RAllY RAllYArrangement RALLYArrangement
Arrangement of Program ProgramAnnounced ProgramAnnounced ProgramAnnounced
Announced for Next NextSundays NextSundays NextSundays
Sundays Services ServicesWASHINGTON ServicesI ServicesWASHINGTO
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AJCACOSTIA D C MAY tA Mi MiMuch 30Much Ii IiMuch
Much interest has been arounaed ij ijAnacostla bAn hAnacostla
Anacostla An coBtia over the proposed Sunday Sundayschool sund Sundayschool y yschool
school rally next Sunday Sunday afternoon undor un under under ¬
der the auspices of the Worlds Sunday SundaySchool SundilYSchoOl SundaySchool
School convention Announcement has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been made of the foliorMng foHotngarranso foHotngarransoments arrangemoats arrange arrangements ¬
ments for the local exercises onthat onthatafternoon on that thatafternoon thatafternoon
afternoon afternoonThe afternoonThe
The Sunday SUnda schools of the Methodist MethodistBaptist MethodistBaptist I IBaptist
Baptist Presbyterian and Episcopal Episcopalchurches Episcopalchurches Episcopalchurches
churches will meet In tIe parish hall hallof hallof hallof
of the Emmanuel Protestant Episcopal EpiscopalChurch Epl EpiscopalChurch copal copalChurch
Church on V street at 3 oclock The Thethreo
three schools first named will march marchto
to the scene of the exercises In a body
Addresses will be made In the parish
hall or Emmenual Church by b several severaldelegates
delegates to the Sunday school conven convention conventlon conventlon ¬
tlon after aft r which the visiting Sunday Sundayschools Sundaychools Sundayschools
schools will m return to their respective
houses of worship At the Anacostia AnacostiaMethodist Anaco AnacostiaMethodist tla tlaIethodlst
Methodist Episcopal special addresses addre es
Kill follow the delegates to the convra convratlon convt1tlon convcation
tlon tlonIn tlonIn tionIn
In the evening delegates from the theconvention theconventlon theconvention
convention will 11I attend Services 5orvl cs at the theAnacostla theAnacostla theAnacostia
Anacostla Methodist Episcopal Church Churchand Churehnd Churchand
and nd the Garden Memorial Presbyterian PresbyterianChurch Pn PresbyterianChurch bytertan bytertanChurch
Church ChurchHelen ChurchHolen ChurchHelen
Helen Dixon the tenyearold daughter daugh daughter du h hter ¬
ter of Jf Mr Ir and Mrs Irs J T A J Dixon lxen red residents T8tIIdcnts reddents ¬
dents of Chester treat whn flied Wed Wednesday W Wnt Wednesday ¬
nt nesday daYwas was buried today SrI was the theonly theonly theonly
only child Burial was made in Mt
Olivet Cemetery CemeteryArangemonts CemeteryArangemonts CemeteryArangements
Arangemonts are In pIOSsS progress at the theGovernment theGovernment theGovernment
Government Hospital Ho pttal for the Insane ID5 e for forthe fortho forthe
the arnual commencement exercises of ofthe orthe ofthe
the training slteol for nurses A pro procram program proram
cram gram ram appropriate to the occasion is be bei beIns
i HUT Ins Ing prepared preparedThe preparedThe preparedThe
The board of trustees tru toee et f the U e Anacoetia AnacoetiaBaptist AsacoetiaBaptist JteO tla tlaBaptist
Baptist Church has considered con kIered the e mat matter matter matter ¬
ter of the tecent forcible entrance entr ace to totho tothe tothe
the church at midnight when the panel panelof panelor panelof
of a door was bored away and the thebooks thebooka thebooks
books in tho library of the Rov Ho ev Frank FrankL FrankBardena
L Bardena the pastor p8 tor were torn and aaddamaged auddamaged anddamaged
damaged A committee was named to toconfer toconte toconfer
confer with Police Captain Richard W WT WT WT
T Anderson to Rive all Il possible poe Ible aid in inthe Inthe Inthe
the capture ca pture of the miscreant ml ere nt Richard RichardCarroll RichardCarroll RichardCarroll
Carroll a committeeman visited Cap ¬
tain Anderson Ander on ye yesterday terday but after his hisconference hlBconference hisconference
conference with the police captain it itis itIs
is believed the plan of hiring a private privatedetective prhatedetecttve privatedetective
detective to work on the case was wasabandoned wasabandoned wasabandoned
abandoned abandonedMACCABEES abandonedMACCABEES
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at the hall of Mt Vernon Tent 41 41F 1
Pennsylvania avenue a enu southeast last lastKdward lutnhht lastnight
night the principal address Wall b by Gen
Edward L Young of Newark Ohio Ohiogreat OhioIreat Ohiogreat
great commander of Ohio r < W T Mor Morris Mlrri Morris ¬
ris ri of Richmond Va also al spoke It Itwas Itwall Itwas
was announced that National Tent No
1 will w n hoM od o Initiation exercises June 6 I
Women w omen Everywhere Striving StrivingFor StrivingFor StrivingFor
For Resplendent s Hair
Henry Evans Knows of a Preparation PreparationThat
That Makes Hair Fascinating FasC = tl1ating
SarKBiaii SarKBiaiiase Parisian Sage ase Is > the Ideal hair tonic
and beautifier of tfio tIO L present time
It Is compounded d on the most ad advanced ¬
vanced scientific principles and nothing
on the market today todaycan todaycan todaycan
can compare with It ItIt ItIt itIt
It accomplishes so somuch soI somuch
much more than the or ordinary ordinary ordinary ¬
dinary tonics and does doesIt douU doesit
It so quickly that users usersare usersare usersare
are astonished astonishedParisian astonishedParlsian astonishedParisian
Parisian Sage kills thedandruff the thedandruff thedandrutc
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two weeks or money moneyback moneyback moneyback
back backParisian backParlMan backParisian
Parisian Sage stops stopsfalling mopstAlIing stopsfalling
falling hair Itching of ofthe otUte ofiscalp
the iscalp scalp and splitting
hairs or money back backSince backSince backSince
Since its introduction
America it become a prime
favorite with women of refinement not notonly notonly notonly
only In the United States but throughout
Canada CanadaTheres Cana4ftTheres CanadaTheres
Theres a reason rM on for this popularity popularityof
of course oour e and the reason is very easy
to explain
Parisian Sage gives a fascinating fueJatln lustre lus lustre lustre ¬
tre to the hair and makes It beautiful
It makes the hair grew luxuriantly It Is Isthe Isthe isthe
the daintiest and most refreshing hair
dressing that science has produced and
has not a particle of grease or stick
ness in it Women Womenwho Womenwho Womenwho
who once use Parisian ParisianSage Par1stanSase ParisianSage
Sage will be so de delighted deJishted delighted ¬
lighted that they willnever will willnever willnever
never resume the use of ofordinary ofordinary ofordinary
ordinary tonics nlc8 again againAugusta againAug againAugusta
Augusta Aug t Eberhardt of ofAltoona ofAltoon ofAltoona
Altoona Pa on Oct 11
1009 wrote rote I have haveused haveused I
used Parisian Sage Just Justa
a short time and see a agreat aet agreat
great et improvement Improv ment In Inray Inmy inmy
my hair I wish TO TOrecommend + 0 0recoDmHmd orecotrnrnend
recommend it < t to aI aIpeople a apeople 1 1people
people as a a good tons tonffor tonlter tonsfor
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A large bottle of Par Partefam ParIsla Parislax
tefam Isla Sage costs but 50 50cents 50cents
cents at dru druggists everJ eve
where and at t Henry Evans The girl girlwith girlwith
with the Auburn hair Is on every pack package peekage package ¬
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