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Three Great Memorial Meet MeetIngs Meetings Meetings
Ings Held By Sunday SundaySchool SundaySchool SundaySchool
School Workers WorkersContinued WorkersContinued WorkersContinued
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+ comment comm nt on it at once I hope he will Rillcantlnue w1UQntnu willcontinue
continue to pray pra for the President of ofthe ofth ofthe
the th United Stators H He needs itZ It ItI
Z I welcome you to Washington I Iwelcome Iwelcone Iwelcome
welcome you hero with the hope thatthis that thatthis thatthis
this convention as the many others othersthat othersthat othersthat
that you have had may ma bring about a acomparison acomparison acomparison
comparison of methods of teaching and andan andan andan
an Improvement In the methods and andthat andthat andthat
that you ou may carry away from WashIngton Washington Wash Washington ¬
ington the feeling that this meeting
has done something to make progress progressin
in nn the great work of which you are aregurfiians are18trdlans aregcrdians
gurfiians throughout the world worldBlreotly worldDlreutly WorJdr6tJUy
Blreotly r6tJUy following President Tafts Taftsepecch Taftsp Tat ts tsspeech
speech p oh and welcoming lQomlng tho delegates delegatesin
in > behalf of the Sunday schools of NorlL
America John Wanamaker of Phila ¬
delphia made a brilliant address
The Rev Samuel H Greene D D Dpastor Dpastor Dpastor
pastor of Calvary Calvar Baptist Church Churchwelcomed Churthwelcomed Churchwelcomed
welcomed the delegates delegateson on behalf of
the District DistrictFollowing Dl DistrictFollowing trlct trlctFOllowIng
Following the addresses of wel welcome ¬ I
come there were responses of ten min minutes mlnut mfnvtes ¬
utes ut each by Dr Monro Gibson of
England Bishop Toitsu Honda for forIn
Japan and Bishop Harbell for Africa
In order to acommodate accommodate the thou thousands thouEiands thousands ¬
sands who were turned away from
Convention Hall an overflow meeting
was hold at Calvary Baptist Church
with Justice Ju tlce J J McLaren of Toronto Torontopresiding
presiding presidingFOUR presidingFOUR presidingFOUR
Four simultaneous sessions will mark markthis markthis
this evenings program of the Sunday SundayEchool Sundayschool
school convention conventionAfter conventionMter conventionAfter
After the parade the men will ad adourn adIjourn ¬
journ ourn to Convention Hall where the thetransforming thetransormlnf theransforming
transforming power of tho gospel will willbo wlllbe willbe
be the theme of the service President PresidentMeyer PresidentIeer PresidentMeyer
Meyer Ieer will 111 preside at Convention Hall Halland Halland Halland
and addresses will 111 be delivered d nverod by the theJlev theRev theRev
Rev Dr Homer C Stuntz and the Rev RevJDr RevDr RevDr
Dr S Parkes Cad Cadman man Edward K KTWarren KVarren KMarren
TWarren will welcome the delegates delegatesA
A second meeting for men only win winbe wiDbe winbe
be held at Mt It Vernon M E Churoh Churohwith Churohvltli Churchwith
with John Stites presiding The Rev RevRichard RevRichard RevRichard
Richard Roberts Rol rtB of London will talk talkon talkon talkon
on Jesus Christ the Ruler of Nations Nationsand Nationsand Nationsand
and The Word of God In Korea will willbe willbe willbe
be the subject of an address by the theRev thoRev theRev
Rev Dr George Heber Jones JonesGreat JonesGreat JonesGreat
Great Interest has been shown In the themeetings themeetinfs themeetings
meetings for women one at Calvary Calvar CalvarBaptist
Baptist Church and a second In the theSunday theSunda theSunday
Sunday Sunda school room of the church At Atthe Atthe Atthe
the former Mrs James S Sherman ShermanStates S Sharmawife nnan nnanWIfe
WIfe of the Vice President of the United United6tates Unite
States will preside and Mr Mrs ro Mary MaryFoster
Foster Bryner will be in the chair at atthe atthe atthe
the session in the Sunday school rooms roomsFiveminute roomsFIveminute roomsFiveminute
Fiveminute addresses by b prominent prominentwomen prominentWomen prominentwomen
women missionaries will be the feature featureof featureof
of both meetings Miss Margaret Slat Slattery Slattery
tery will talk on the subject Know KnowThyself KnowIhSelC KnowTbyself
Thyself at both meetings meetingsNEGROES meetingsNEGROES meetingsNEGROES
Believe They Should Be Permitted Permittedto
to March In the Sunday SundaySchool SundaySchool SundaySchool
School Parade ParadeNegroes ParadeNegroes ParadeNegroes
Negroes not only of Washington but butthroughout butthrouShout butc
c throughout the country are highly In Indignant Indignant indignant ¬
dignant at their being barred from par participation participation participation ¬
ticipation In the parade by delegates to tothe toth tothe
the th sixth Worlds Sunday School Convention Con Convention Conentlon ¬
vention ventionDespite ventionDespite entlonDespite
Despite the protest of the colored min ministers ministers ministers ¬
isters it has been pointed out that theyhave they theyhave thejhave
have no right to march as they are not notmembers notmembers notmembers
members of the association No con consideration consideration consideration ¬
sideration of the protest will be given by
the general international committee of ofthe orthe ofthe
the convention as the local committee committeehas committeehas committeehas
has entire charge chal e of the arrangements arrangementsMl arrangementsSAFE arrangementsNo
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t Least 3000 Is Neededfor Needed Neededfor Neededfor
for a Successful July July4th July4th July4th
4th Celebration CelebrationIn
In the hands of the joint committee committeepf commlttt
pf t the Board of Trade and Chamber of ofCommerce orCommerce ofCommerce
Commerce Is a a totaJ of 125750 to be ex expended exended expended ¬
pended ended in the safe and sane celebration celebrationof
of the Fourth of July JulyThe JnljThe JulyThe
The plans of the th committee involve an anexpenditure anICxpendlture anexpenditure
expenditure of at least x3000 3000 > and it is ishoped Ispoped isroped I
hoped to raise 55000 in order that theuccesa the thepuccess tlteJluccese
puccess uccesa of the celebration may be as asjeured asured asbured
jeured ured Contributions of 51 1 or even less lessjbre lessr6 lessfare
fare r6 welcomed by the committee and it itIs It1s i iis t
Is the hope that the citizens of Washington Wash Washington rash rashington ¬
ington generally will contribute a share sharetoward sharetOmlrd sharetotaard
toward the fund fundThe fundThe fundThe
The receipt of th the following recent r nt flUb aubpcrlptions flUbcrlptlons su supcriptions
pcrlptions was acknowledged today b bCommissioner by byCommissioner QYCommissioner y
Commissioner Rudolph chairman of the thecommittee thecommittee thecommittee
committee committeeThe committeeThe committeeThe
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TORONTO May ay 20 2OEery Every train and andengine an anengine d
I Iengine
engine on Canadas two greatest railway rail railway railway ¬
way way system the Grand Trunk and Canadian Can Canndlan Canadtan
ndlan Pacific PacJ c stopped and remained remainedstationary remainedst remain
stationary st Uonary three minutes today while whileKing whlleKing whi l e
King Edwards body was being laid t trest to toTest toZcst Li
Test TestIn ZcstIn restIn
In many cities as in Toronto and Ot Ottawa Ottawa Ottawa ¬
tawa street str t cars cars and even cabs came camelo cam camto e
lo a a halt haltIn haItIn
In Toronto several thousand troops troopsparaded troopsmraded troopL S
paraded this afternoon and nd Joined in ingreat a agreat aJleat L
great memorial servlco in front of the thelocal tbeIotal tb tblocalparliament e
local localparliament Jarllam parliament nt buildings buildingsSimilar bundln buildingslmfar 9 9Similar
Similar lmfar services were held held on Parliawith Parlia Parliament Parliament ¬
ment Hill Ottawa OttawaLaurier with Sir Wilfrid WiltrldLaurler WilfridlAurler d
lAurler and Earl Grey attending attendingTonight attendingT
p Tonight T cight the troops will parade again againsmdVthe againandthe agatandthe n
andthe proclamation of K1 King George tie Georgei rge V VT
11 11Fust
First Row Left to Right RigbtMa RightMarion Marion on Lawrence E K Warren the Rev Dr F B Meyer President of f the Convention Dr George W Bailey Chairman of Committee Justice Justi e J J
Maclaren W N Hartshorn Secretary of Committee CommitteeSecond Conu CommitteeSecond ttee tteeSecond
Second Row RowGen Gen John W Foster Pastor J Rofcrbach Ro rbach the Rev John Hillman the Rev Percy Waller S B Leet the Rev Hamilton H i1ton McCleary the Rev George Shipway the theRev t theRev e eRev
Rev R J Gibson GibsonThird GibsonThird 0
Third Row RowThe The Rev H H Bell Bert Cashman John Henry Phillips F A Wells the Rev R v Andrew Smith A Crawford the the Rev James P HcJfaughton Thomas Th IIW1 Brown Frank L LBrown LBrown LBrown
Brown N B Broughton
Reports Made By Speakers Speakersof
of All Nations At AtMeeting AtMeeting AtMeeting
Meeting MeetingMissionary MeetingnHlOOarv MeetingMisaionarv
Missionary workers from Algeria AlgeriaEgypt Al AlgeriaEgyptt eria eriaEJQPt
Egypt and from Turkey brought mos moesages mo mosn mossates
sages sn es of the progress of Christianity Chri anlty intheir in intheir Intheir
their lands to the he e section se < tlon of the Sunday SundaySchool SundaySclool SundaySchool
School convention assembled a at the theFirst theFirst theirst
First F irst Congregational ConJt tJonal Church today todayThe todayThe todayThe
The service opened with a half hour hourof houror hourof
of song and prayer The great conven convention COnentJon convention ¬
tion choir was 8 divided Into two sections sectionshalf newtonshalf
I IhaIf
half at Calvary Baptist and half at the theCongregational theongregational
C Congregational Church Familiar Famlll r h hymnspri4ted hymns hymnsprinted mnB mnBprlQted
printed on the back of the convention conventionpro conventionprosram conventionprotiam
pro prosram cram were Wer suns sunrThe sunlThe sunsThe
The meeting meetln was presided over by Ed Edward Edward Edward ¬
ward K Warren arren The roll call of ass na nations nations ¬
tions was as begun immediately after the thesong theBong thesong
song service and tho Rev Jean PaulCook Paul PaulCook PliulCook
Cook representing Algeria Alf > erla was the first flrstto firstto firstto
to respond The Re Rev J R Alexander Alexanderof
of Egypt followed and the call for the themorning themorning
morning was concluded with the reply replyof reply repiyor replyof I
of the Rev Re J P McNaughton whospoke who whospoke whospoke
spoke for or Turkey TurkeyFrancis TurkeyFrancis TurkeyFrancis
Francis C O Clnnell nnell J T W Connell C nnen andJohn and andJohn
John Hancock representing the largest largestSunday largestSunday
Sunday school in the world at Stock Stockport Stockport Stockport
port England were Introduced IntroducedThe Introd introducedThe aced acedThe
The quiet qul t hour was conducted by bythe b bthe bythe
the Rev Richard Roberts of England EnglandBetter EnglandBetter EnglandBetter
Better Class Converts ConvertsThat Con ConvertsThat verts vertsThat
That the better bett r class of citizens In InEgypt InESYPt inEgypt
Egypt wero converts to the Christian Christianfaith Christianfaith Christianfaith
faith was the statement made by the theRev theRev th thRev e
Rev Dr J R R Alexander AlexanderIt
It was not a Sunday Sunda school man who whoassassinated whoas9E1stdnAted whoasasainated
assassinated the prime minister o oEgypt of ofEgypt orEgypt f
Egypt It waa wa not Sunday Sunda school schol s scholars < bol bolars
ars who when our former Presidenwas President Presidentwas t
was In Cairo gathered In the public publicsquare publicsquRre publisquare c
square and shouted Down with Roose Roosevalt Roosevalt Roosvolt
valt he declared Dr Alexander said saidhe sa1dhe saidhe
he represented 17000 1i OO Sunday school schoolpupils schoolpupils hool hoolpuptls
pupils and teachers In the valley of ofthe ofthe o othe f
the Nile NileThe NileThe NileThe
The star and the crescent shine shinethough shinethough shinethough
though a little dimmed over all that thatregion thatregion tharegion t
region yet he sold but I assure you youthat youthat youthat u tu
that the sun of righteousness is slowly slowlysettling sloWI sloWIsettllnf slowlysettling
settling > down over the benighted coun country countt country ¬
try tt
tryTho The The lack of teachers Dr Alexander Alexanderress Alexandesaki r
oaSd was the chief obstacle In the
frog nrogress frogTess
ress of Christianizing Egypt The lter lterture litera literature lternture a ¬
ture la limited In variety he declared declaredbut declaredbut declaredbut
but is excellent in quality He described describedthe describedthe
the manner of printing printing the Sunday Sundayschool Sundayschool Sundayschool
school leafllets In Arabic ArabicMenace ArabicMenace Arab c cMenace
Menace of Mohammedanism MohammedanismThe
The menace of r Mohammedism was wasthe a athe Wasthe
the subject of a brief speech by the theRev theRer th thRe e
Rev Re Dr J P McNaughton The gate gateway gatewa gateway ¬
way wa to the Orient is kept closed tightly tlSht1against tightlyagainst
against Christianity and Is guarded by b y
230000000 earnest fervid and almost almostfanatic almosfanatic t
fanatic supporters of o the Mohammedan Mohammedancreed Mohammedancreed Mohammedcreed
creed With these men occupying > the thestrategic thestrategiC th thstrategic e
strategic points of two continents and andInvading andInvt andInvading
Invading Invt dlng a third one can imagine what whatmust whatthe whatthe
the work ot bringing the Gospel to them themmu themmust
must mu t be beThere beThere
There would not have been any such suchreligion suchreligion
religion today toda Dr Alexander said If Ifthe Ifthe ifthe
the church had not been in a a decayedstate decayed decayedstate decaedstate
state at the advent of Mohammed MohammedIf
If Mohammed had found in any re religion religlon ¬
ligion of his day the light of Christian Christianity ¬
lt ity as we know It now no I believe that thatIn thatIn thatin
In the providence cf God he would havebeen have havebeen havebeen
been another Paul There would have havebeen havebeen
been no Mohammedan problem and no nomission nomlsslon n nmission
mission problem problemThe problemThe problemThe
The Victories of the Gospel in Japan Ja Jaan Japan
pan > an was the subject of the address ofthe of ofLhe ofthe
the morning delivered by the Rev NTamura N NTamura NTamura
Tamura of Japan The Japanese delesate dele delegate ¬
gate brought to the convention a mes message message messago ¬
sage of hope from the Orient OrientFifty OrientIoFity OrientFifty
Fifty years ago he said Japan was wasa
a sealed country coun It was you of America Americawho Americawho Americawho
who knocked knol ed so hard at our barred doo doothat doothat dooothat
that today our gates are open wide wideenough wideenough wideenough
enough to swallow the whole wide worldHowever world worldHowever worldHowever
However Christianity has had untold untolddifficulties untolddflrlc untolddiltlciiltles
difficulties dflrlc lUes to enter into the heart ofJapan of ofJapan orJapan
Japan It was a gigantic enterprise to toovercome toovercome
overcome the old religious systems like likeBuddhism UkeBuddhism liceBuddhism
Buddhism Confucianism and Shintoism Shlntolsmwhich Shintoismwhich Shintoismwhich
which hid hJ d been rooted roo led In the soil of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Sunrise Sunri Kingdom Kln dom Certainly it was a agreat agreat agreat
great battle to fight fi ht in our behalf behalfReligion beha1Religion behalfReligion
Religion Not Nationalized NationalizedThe
The speaker declared that Christian Christianity ¬
ity in Japan hud never from the be beginning beglnnlnf b bginning e ¬
ginning > sJered s Jered Itself to be national nationalized nationalized nationalized ¬
ized izedToday
Today I stand face to face with yousaid you yousaid yousaid
said the speaker loa a specimen of th the thehistory thehistory e
history of Japan personified My life lifethough liCethough lifethough
though It is humble and Insignificant Insignificanttells
tells the history of the New Japan JapanThe JapanThe JapanThe
The Rev Mr Tamura declared the thoChristian theChristian
Christian church was not advancing by b bleaps y
leaps and bounds in Japan as it was
In KoreaOnce Korea KoreaOnce KoreaOnce
Once we made a big jump he said saidThat saidThat saidThat
That was twentyfive years ago and andas andas an d
as a result we fell down Christianity Chrlstlanlt ChrlstlanltIn
in Japan today is growing In a steady stead
healthful way wayI ay
I believe the greatest revival of th thtwentieth the thetwentieth thetwentieth
twentieth century cent r he concluded is isto isto i s
to lead all children to Christ The TheSunday TheSU1day Th
Sunday school IB 1 e one of the greatest sates
factors in Christianizing the whole wholeready wholeworld
word That day Is s coming Are rO you youready youready
ready The victory Is ours oursCharges ours oursCharges oursCharges
Charges III Treatment TreatmentMr
Mr Tamura created a great deal of ofamusement otam1sement ofmusement
amusement a which was transformed transformedinto transformedInto
into i nto enthusiasm when ho cast aside asidehis WIldehis asidehis
his written speech and launched forth torthInto forthnto
Into i a series of impromptu Im romptu comments commentsupon commentsupon commentsupon
upon Sunday Sunda school methods methodsI
I see you people peo Je are sitting on oncushion oncuhloDS oncushions
cushion Down Do stairs 8t lrs the th children childrenhave childrenbsvo childrenhave
have to sit on bare chairs or perhaps perhapsbenches perhapsbonches perhapsbenches
benches and sometimes they feel fe 1 very veryvery veryvol veryvery
very vol hard Now why hy is that thatYou thatYou thatYou
You worship up here where there thereis
is I s sunlight and fresv > air and in some someof somoot someof
of the churches rhur hes I have seen the chil children ch11dren ch1dren ¬
dren put down cellar Its dark and andgloomy andgloomy andgloomy
gloomy down there but no onetakes onetakesany one takes takesany takesany
any account of it Why is that thatAnd thatAnd thatAnd
And Isee you spending hundreds hundredsof
of dollars on a grown tip r 1 crooked croo old
tree when all around you ou youn are let ¬
ting > young tree grow oJp ip crooked crookedwithout crookedolthout crookedwithout
without any an attempt to set them themstraight themstraight themstraight
straight What kind of Sunday school schoolworkers seboolworkers schoolworkers
workers are you youDont youDont youDont
Dont spend so much time on the thegimrled thebtmrlod thegnarled
gnarled knotted grizzly grI zl old trees treesand treesand treesand
and train the young ones straight andstrong and andstrong andstrong
strong strongHUNDREDS strongHUNDREDS strongHUNDREDS
At the morning service at Calvary
Baptist Church the great crowds crow neces necessitated necesskated
skated the closing of o the doors even be before before before ¬
fore the hour of the early service and andhundreds andhundreds andhundreds
hundreds were turned away Fe110 Following Followingthe t UowJng UowJngthe ng ngthe
the prayer and praise service withwhich Ith Ithwhich
which the morning program pro progra > p opened openedthere openedthere openedthere
there was a roll call of nation to which whichthe whichthe whichthe
the Rev Thee T Holoway of Bulgaria Bulgariathe
the Rev L L E Marek of Bohemia and andMrs andMrs andMrs
Mrs Layyah Barakat of Servia responded re responded responded ¬
sponded in brief talks talksDr talksDr talksDr
Dr William 3i J L Bell of England who whowas whowas whowas
was introduced by b the Rev Re Henry Henr Col Collins Collins Collins ¬
lins Woodruff oodruf made ma e the he address of the themorning themornJnf themorning
morning Dr Bell spok 8p < k on the subject subjectMany subjectMany
Many Nations but One Church andexpressed and andexpressed andetpressed
expressed his hope that by means of ofChristianity ofCbrlstianU
Christianity CbrlstianU the flags of all nations will willone willone willOne
I one day da be federated In a single great greatpurpose greatpurpose greatpurpose
purpose and that great world policies policiesleading policiesleading s
leading tc universal peace be worked workedout orked orkedout
out outFollowing Following the regular order of servicethe service servicethe servicethe
the memorial service to King Edward Edwardwas Edwardvas Edwardwas
was held At Calvary CaJyal and at the First FirstCongregational lo1rstCongregational
Congregational and Mt Vernon Metho Methodist llethodlat Methodist ¬
dist Episcopal Ep < opal churches the same ser earvice service sorvice ¬
vice that is being followed in the thechurbces thechurhces thechuncces
churbces of Fngland today was used usedDr usedDr
Dr Meyer presided at Calvary Calvaoand Calvaoandthere andthere and andthere
there the address addre of the morning was wasdelivered wasdelhered wasdelivered
delivered by Rev Re Percy Waller Vicar Vicarof Vicarof Vicarof
of the Holy Hol Trinity Church at Chelten Cheltenham Cheltenham ¬
ham England Joseph Bailey of Phila Philadelphia Phl1ad Ph11adelphta ¬
delphia d < > lphla and Rev E EL F Rexford also alsoassisted alsoassisted
assisted in the service serviceMiss servicelrls serviceMiss
Miss Anna Jarvis of Philadelphia Philadelphiafounder Phlladelphlfounder Philadelphiafounder
founder of Mothers Day was seated seatedupon seatedupon seatedupon
upon the platform and was presented presentedto
to the audience by Dr Meyer MeyerBALEFUL lIeyerBALEFUL MeyerBALEFUL
RICHMOND RICHMO D May Ma 20 2OCoJ Col W T Cut Cutshaw Cutshaw CutShaw
shaw dropped dead In December 1907 1901and 1907and 1OOiand
j and W H Cowardin died marching inhis in inhis Inhis
his funeral procession A Bertucci a asculptor aSC1llptor
sculptor ac + ilptor fell dead yesterday yesterdaywhUe yesterdaywhUeorkln while wnileworking
working orkln on a statue to be placed overCowardins over overCowardlns overCoardlns
Cowardlns grave
Rendezvous and Headquarters of Marchers By Statesand Statesand States Statesand
and Countries ountriesAImo Announced nced By Officials In Charge Chargeof
of Great Parade
Marshaled In companies and regiments regimentsaccording regimentsaccording regimentsaccording
according to the State or country they theyrepresent theyrepresent theyrepresent
represent 10000 delegates del g 1ca to the Worlds WorldsSunday WorldsSunday VorklsSunday
Sunday School Convention now in session ses session 8811elon ¬
sion in Convention Hall will ill paradedown parade paradedown paradedovn
down Pennslyvania avenue tonight the theorder theorder theorder
order for or march toeing beln given en at 6 oclock oclockIn
In honor of the parade the UnitedStaten United UnitedStates UnitedState
States Congress will adjourn so thatthe that thatthe thatthe
the members may review the marchersThe marchers marchersThe marchersThe
The parade will m form orm by divisions divisionsThe dJlslonsThe divisionsThe
The divisions and headquarters of each eachState eachState eachState
State and province are as follows followsFirst tollowsFirst followsFirst
First division divisionDistrIct District of Columbia Columbiaheadquarter Columbiaheadquarter Columbiaheadquarera
headquarter Mt t Vernon Place PlaceM M E EChurch EChurch EChurch
Church Ninth lnth and K streets northwest northwestmarshal nOrtheatmarshal northwestmarshal
marshal D A Davis DavisSecond DavbSecond DavisSecond
Second division divisionCentral Central AmericaCuba America AmericaCuba AmericaCuba
Cuba West Indies Hawaii Mexico MexicoPhilippine MexicoPhUlpplneb MexicoPhilippines
Philippine and South America head headquarters hoadquarters headquarters ¬
quarters Sunday school room McKen 3icKendree McKendree McKendree
dree Ml 31 L E Church Massachusetts av avenue avenue avenue ¬
enue near Ninth street northwest northwestmarshal northwestmtll8hal northwestmarshal
marshal Edward TarringThird Tarring TarringThird TarrIngThlr
Third Thlr division dlblonA1b divisionAlberta Alberta rta British Colum Columbia Colunbla Columbla ¬
bla Manitoba New Brunswick Prince PrinceEdward Prl PrinceEdward e eEdItd
Edward Island Newfoundland Nova
Scotia Ontario Quebec Saskatchewan
headquarters auditorium McKendree M
E Church Massachusetts avenue near
Ninth street northwest marshal Noy Nor No ¬
ton ML r Little UttleFourth LittleFourth LittleFourth
Fourth division dlvlsionAla Alabana pia Arkansas ArkansasLouisiana
Delaware Florida Kenticky Ken tacky Georgia
Louisiana Maryland Mississippi New rew
Mexico North Carolina Oklahoma
South Carolina Tennr Tennasce asee Texas Vir Virginia Virginia Virginia ¬
ginia headquarters Memorial Lutheran
Church Fourteenth street and Massachusetts Massa Massachusetts tpssachusetts ¬
chusetts avenue northwest marshal E
S Brashears BrashearsFifth BrashearsFifth BrashearsFifth
Fifth division dlvlslonCOnnecticut divisionConnecticutMassachu divisionConnecticutMassachusetts Connecticut Massachu Massachusetts Massachusetts ¬
setts New York Maine New Hamp ¬
shire shireRhode Rhode Island Vermont head headquarters headquarters headquarters ¬
quarters Vermont 1 ermont Avenue Christian
Church Vermont avenue near Thomas
Circle marshal George Geo e EL Hebbard
Sixth division Illinois Indiana
At the graduation exercises held last lastnight 1815tnight lastnight
night in Rankin Memorial Chapel by bythe bythe bythe
the normal Draining ratnin classes of the theTeachers theTeachers theTeachers
Teachers College Howard University Universityfour
four young women received their di diplomas diplomas diplomas ¬
plomasThe plomas plomasThe plomasThe
The oration was made by the Rev RevWilliam RevW1l11am RevWilliam
William H Wilder president of the theNational theNaUonal theNational
National Training School of the District DistrictAn DistrictAn DistrictAn
An address was as also made by b Dr I L DMoore D DMoore DMoore
Moore dean of the Teachers College CollegeThe COllegeThe CollegoThe
The presentations were made by b DrW Dr DrW DrW
W P Thlrkield president of Howard HowardUniversity HoWardUnlvendty HowardUniversity
University UniversityThose UnlvendtyThose UniversityThose
Those who received diplomas wereMiss were wereMiss wereMiss
Miss Edna H Cook of Chicago and
Iowa Kansas Michigan Minnesota MinnesotaMissouri MinnesotaMissouri nnnesotaMI
MI Missouri lH url Nebraska North Dakota DakotaOhio DakotaOhio DakotaOhio
Ohio South Dakota headquartersTemple headquarters headquartersTemple headquartersTe
Temple Te plo Baptist BaptJ t Church Tenth ash c N Nstreets Nstreets Nstreets
streets northwest marshal R R A AFord AFord AFord
Ford FordSeventh FordSeventh FordSeventh
Seventh dirbtsnAlaska division dt n Alaska Cattfor Cattfornia Calirnla Caitfernla
nla Colorado Idaho Montana M ntana Neva Nevada N va vada a ada ¬
da Oregon Utah Washington Wyoming Wyom Wyoming WyomIng ¬
ing headquarters St Pauls EnglishLutheran English EnglishLutheran EnglishLutheran
Lutheran Church Eleventh and Hstruts H Hstrttsls Hstnt
struts stnt > ts northwest marshal E F Col Colladay Colladay
laday ladayEighth lada ladaEighth e
Eighth division dlv divisionNew rlonNew New Jersey Je y Penn Pennsylvania Pennylvanla Pennsylvania ¬
sylvania West Virginia headquarters headquartersFirst
First Congregational Church Tenth andG and andG andG
G streets northwest nort weet marshal rsha1 Holcombe HolcombeG
G Johnson JobneonThe JohnsonThe JohMOnrhe
The parade will form on Tenth street streetnorthwest streetnnrthwest streetn
northwest n the formation being com completed completed ¬
pleted at Tenth and G Divisions DI Dlvtyfonsmove ns cones wiH wiHmove wlHmove
move to Tenth street under orders from fromdivision tromdllslon fromdivision
division marshals marshalsThe marshalsThe marshalsThe
The line of march will i11 be Tenth streetto street streetto 1
to Pennsylvania avenue south fide of ofPennsylvania orPennSlvanJa ofPennsylvania
Pennsylvania avenue to Peace Monu Monument Yonument Monument ¬
ment First street to B street south Bstreet B Bstreet Bstreet
street to New Jersey avenue across acrossCapitol acrossCapitol acrossCapitol
Capitol Plaza to New Jersey avenue and andB andB andB
B street north New Xe Jersey avenue toK to toK t4 t4K >
K street K street to Convention Hall HallThe HanThe HallThe
The parade will move into Convention ConventionHall ConventionHall ConventionHall
Hall to the extent of the capacity of thehail the thehalL thehalL
halL Divisions not accommodated in the thehall thehall thehall
hall except the he eighth division will willmove w111move willmove
move along K street to Mt YemenPlace Vernon VernonPlace VernonPlace
Place Methodist Church at Ninth andK and andK 3DdK
K streets northwest and along Massa Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts ¬
chusetts avenue to McKendree Methodist Metho Methodist etho ethodlst ¬
dist Church The eighth division will willleave sillleave m mleave
leave the line at New ew Jersey avenue and andH andH andH
H street and proceed along H street to toTenth toTenth
Tenth street west and thence the e along alongTenth alongTenth
Tenth street to the First Congregational CongregationalChurch CongreatlonalChurch CongregationalChurch I
Church at Tenth and G streets north northwest northwest northwest ¬
west westThere westThere westThere
There will w1l1be bo ay S escorts a a platoon of ofmounted ofmounted I Imounted
mounted police and t the he Capital City CityBand City CityBand Clt CltBand
Band of thirty pieces with ith E L L White Whiteleaner Whitleatier Whiteleader
leaner W K Cooper will 1It be chief mar marshal maIshal marshal ¬
shal and C E Backett chief of staff
Miss Emma Emma B Williams of Philadelphia Philadel Philadelphia Philadelphia ¬
phia Miss 1tn 5 Helen E Jones of Montgom Montgomery Montgomery ront om omery ¬
ery Ala Miss nss Birdie E Jordan of ofDallas ofDil1Jas ofDallas
NEW YORK May 20 2Oout Out of respect respectto res t tto
to the memory memo of 1 Klnjr Rln ing Edward manyof many manyof manyCJ
of CJ the stock exchanges throughout the theworld theworld theworld
world were dosed txlay txlayThe tlayThe F day dayThe
The New York V tICk Exchange ExCh nJe dli not notopen notopen notopen
open until noon The New York Cotton CottonExchange CottonExchan CottonExchange
Exchange Exchan e would have closed but for thefact the thefact thefact
fact that this is an option day The TheLondon TheLondon TheLondon
London Stock Exchange Ex han and all thestock the thestock theock
stock ock and cotton exchanges throughout throughoutEngland throuhhoutEn throughoutEngland
England En land were dosed for the entire day d
I pj NflSDMu NflSDMuKSiI Light
KSiI 3000 IIJji IIJjiy Hours HoursThats
Thats what thousands are doin doinjwith g rlth Block Innerlin Lined Mantles They The
give lve a stronger but softer lif light ht than ordinary OI inary mantles Over 3000 hours
ti o brilliant mellow li light ht is the th usual life C of the INNERLINS I INNERLINSIanerlins N NERLINS
TWOMantleS Two Mantles in in One gC In Innerlinsaredoublemantles Ianerlins ° c Mr8a are don ° bit Wemantles mantles One is drawn over overtheotber the other otherr otherend
end the two are joined together formed and finished
r T T i as
one Block Innerlin Lined Mantle This hi donbl thickness Is to 1 exclusive feature of Innerlins InnerlinsPrice Innerli as asBlock
Outlast a ast Six 5 Ordinary s Ana Man es e Block oci Innerlin Lined Mantles at1tIes do not shrink
They gtye 1qe a bIlbter b fghter light as they get older
w Double thickness means
superior strengthloDger llf life Actual tests have proved rwetl that
Innerlins outlast I six sixordinary ix ixordinary ixordln
ordinary ordln ry mantles mantlesThis mantlesT
0 This T is means mea 1s a saving savingof
Price 25 Scents cents centsThey of 75 75percent per cent on your youraantl yourmantle yourmantle
They TheyStand TheyStand ii mantle expense expenseLINED openaefan
Stand fan Vibration VibrationBeing iI at1 011 011Being
Being lined vibration doesnot does doesnot doesnotafiect
not notafiect affect Jnnerlin Mantles LINED LINEDMANTLES
Shaking doss dosnt nt break breakthem
them Th3 Th increased increasedstrength increasedstrength increasedstrength MANTLES Sl On Sale at atftliVnill ax
strength n nrakes rakesthem them suit suitable suitable ¬
able for places ftliVnill where ore ordinary JUU mantles MWHMWiH MWHMWiHlining would ould be Co HOIBSAIRW WHtLE ° F Bowen 4 t t
impossl1fe xe Hardware
China Plumbing Drt3
GrOCyud Grocic and DepartmentStom Department Stores sell Block Inner g RETAILERST Small ns tth
lin St stlx N WJ Goldenbtr GoldenberTs Depart
Mantlesthe only mantles with a meat storeJ W U T F B Wear t
lining Price 25 cents Get one today ers 32 rind d St jr h w wThe V VThe ISttED a
The Block Light Conu Co III Platdscta 3011 lUnYoimgstowaOhio lUnYoimgstowaOhioHOIBSAIRW + m Y 0 OUDgstown III stoWII s Ohio Ohioj o PcsZi teats
President of Common Council Isj IsjConvicted Is IsConvicted
Convicted In the Federal FederalCourt FederalCourtLeniency FederalCourt
Court CourtLeniency Court Leniency Asked AskedPITTSBURG AskedPITTSBURG AskedPITTSBURG
PITTSBURG May y 9fcThe The Jury fe J a th thcase the thecase thecase
case of Dr F C Blessing praUeat IKe ldeut of ofthe ofUte ofthe
the common council charged with wKhbribery wWt1KlIte17 withbrtbery
bribery today returned a a verdict of ofgvttty otgtIIIty ofgty
gvttty b Nt t reeomatended neoIII lIded Blearing to tothe totile tothe
the mercy 9t 0 the court courtLAKE coortLAKE courtLAKE
CHICAGO May 38 3 aLltlgattoa Lhtgatton involv involving IDvohlag Iuvolyiag ¬
lag many BlBTUoas milieus of dollars in lake lakefront lakefront lakefront
front madeland has h been initiated andthe and andthe Ad
the city has filed six suite against occupants occu occupants occuPRats ¬
pants of the land The greater part of ofthe orthe ofthe
the land is claimed by the Illinois Cen Central Central Central ¬
tral Railroad whose rightofway runs runsthrough runsthrough runsthrough
through it but there are many magnifi magnificent masnl1lcent ¬
cent residences re ldeDCes and hotels on it
The Closing Out Sale SaleI SaleOFTE
OF OFTE OFTEHouseWares THE THEHouseWares
HouseWares HouseWaresI
j I I 934 F St Thru to 5272910th 52729 10th SI St N W WIS WI WIs
With no sham or buncombe about it Our doors will be finally finallydosed finaUyclosed finallyclosed
closed in about 26 da das > s which means that our large 1ar stock must be bepriced bepriced bepriced
priced to move quickly JUST NOTE OUR PRICES
Take Your Choice of ofOil ofOil ofOil
Oil Lamps Formerly
Sold for
398 now nowCorrugated
198 19850c
50c Galvanized WashTubs Wash WashTubs
Tubs TubsCorrugated
Corrugated Corrugatedsides Corruf8todsides Corrugatedsideshenhedalvy
sideshenhedalvy sides heavy riv riveted riveted ricted
eted ted handles s 1SU 1SUInches l8 1SUinches
Inches in n diam diameter Iam ¬
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PARIS P May SS flMemorial Memorial services servicesfoe MrVicefor srviceefee
foe King Edward were held today In Inthe Intile Inthe
the ABgifeaa Apglkaa IIIeaR Church and were prtici prticiied pertIdJMLte particin
JMLte ied in n hy the t e French Pre e and foreign foreigniptenaite foreignIpIof foreignPresident
IpIof iptenaite aUe corps President Pre ldeDt Falliere Falliereaand Falliereaad FaDiereaaA4I
and Andrew Andrew A rew Caraegte The President Presidentcame Pre Presidentcame tdent tdenteaae
came from Rambooinet especially for forle forthe or orthe
the le services servicesTWO servicesTWO ervke5TWO
CARLENSVILLE HI May 2ft 2IAn An In Interorban IntenarbAn interurban
terorban ear of the McKinley system systerawas systemwas systemwas
was wrecked four mile from here h re early earlytoday earlytodaf earlytoday
today Two persons were klU IdUed J and a anumber anumber anumber
number Injured InjuredGet InjuredJ1t
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4t Get the little things tbin you want wantfor wantc
4 + c roc for Sundays wear at Soioots Soiootstomorrow Smootstomorrow s stOinOriOW
tomorrow tomorrowFresh tomorrowtc r rK
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j Some with lac lace edging and andserttonsome l lT In InserUonl101De
serUonl101De wIth a bit of ofiC ofcolormighty
iC T color colormighty mighty pretty pretty25c pretty25c t t25r
25c and 50c yard yard4e yardAlso
4e Also Al made with ruffles nam s Sic aadk aadkMe an4tcc aad aad3tlc
Me c tc tcEverything
Everything thin in Neckwear Neckwearmootg Ned < wear wearmootg
3 mootg hare the prettiest iC 4things iCthtnglJ
K thing h Ja tow townse BO o every eYeryf eYeryfODo everyone J
5 one ° says Se See mr 2Sc W sad ad ilk ilklOuPli bdcgroups oc 5
sroup groups of o Jabots Stocks Dutch DatchiC Dutchtoiiars
Collars oUani etc eteMADE etcMADE
iC A customer said 141 YesterdayThis yesterday yesterdayThl ye terda
iC = Thl This white Iac lace veil you you youeU yousell
K sell eU at 150 te selling else elsewhere elsewhere elsee >
where oa F street for fortc SSW SSWWe e N NWe >
tc We knew it already but butiC butwere J Jwere
iC were glad gla Rbe be found it out outiC outis J JK
ar 1 VRIL RIL FOR b1 SL25 1J with i priu ria
Hickory Clothes ClothesHampers ClothesHampers Clotheshampers
Hampers at atClose atClose atClose
Close Out OutPrices OutPrices OutPrices
Prices Prices28in Prices28in Prices28in
28in size 69c 69c29in 69c29in 69c29in
29in size 79c 79c31in 79c31in 79c3Zin
31in size 89c 89c33in 89c33in 89c33in
33in size 99c 99cCovered 99cCovered 99cCovered
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Jar JarWith JarWith
With Ball Handle HandleDecorate HandleDecorate Handley
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Small Hoiisewares S Almost She Given Away AwayWe I
We w only mention a few Hundreds un of other items j just as cheap
2 boxes Tacks TacksIe TacksIeGlass TackslcGlass lc lcGlass
Glass Tumbler Tum Tumblerlc TumblerlcPlated lc lcPlated
Plated TW Spoonlc SpoonlcBox Spoon Ie IeBox lcBox
Box Toothpicks lc lcBox leBox lcBox
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Toy Garden Rakeslc
Roll Toilet Paper 2c e eS
5 yds Shelf Paper 2c 2cSteel C CSteel cSteel
Steel Kitchen Porks2c Porks2cMouse ForkscMouse Forks ° c cBlouse
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Bread Toasters Toasterse 2c c cI
ce tees er Others at athigher t
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day morning at yard J JA 4c
5 Linene Suits 375 375A <
iC A second lot butno but ao more niececan I Ican l
can be obtained Misses and I if ifand C
f Ic womens sizes Smartly cut cutand cutand
and splendidly made madeiC I ISMOOTCOFFER h hSMDOTCOi
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Pltd Butter Knives4c Knives4cPlated Knles4ePlated Knlves4cPlated
Plated Sugar Shells4c Shells4cPlated Shelis4ePlated Shells4cPlated
Plated Salt Shakers4c Shakers4cPltd Sbakers4ePltd Shakers4cPltd
Pltd Pepper Shakrs4e
Dover Egg Beaters6c Beaters6cIftc Beaters 6c 6clie
1 lie c Gas Mantles 6c 6clie 6clie 6c1c
lie Scrub Brushes6c BtIsDes8eEnameld Brushes Brushes6cEnacneld 6e 6eEnaaneld
Enacneld Pie Plates6e Plates6cFoldg Plates6eFoldg Plates6eFoldg
Foldg Lunch Boxes6c
EBamld Esaralid SaucejansTo Saucet ans7c
Enameled Pudding
Pans PansEnameled c
Enameled Layer Cake Cakee
Pan 7C e
Ice Tongs 7c e I
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