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RR Reform ohrnof of Women Convicts Convictsfr ConvidsDrKatlleIlae
DrKatlleIlae Ur fr 1 Katbcrlac B Davis navl attcntllnc attcntllncthe atteadlnJtJ >
tJ the conveaflon of the American AmericanPrIa AmericanFels mnlean mnleanF
PrIa F J + jiB B AsaocIatluB advocates advocatespi5ican adTocat adTocat1t advocatesa advocatespal
a < 1t pi5ican pal lyPma sin XarV a n nnRtI natlnnnl nl 1u inxtltii 1nItltnthi inxtltiintc titu
thi tkr uli1eJlrodlet demands the theame
same ntc rode tle et iqoraln oralft fur both Ken KenThe menan
an and w wemcn wemcnThe Hien HienThe
The tact that men arc permitted permitteda Iermlttedantlard
a a standard entirely entlrrl different from fromand tromand fromand
and foreign fnrel n to that demanded of ofTvewfsnsays ofm oflvotneH
Tvewfsnsays lvotneH m B Raps 1J tl I Dr D navlx Darly after afterttnrVcara 1teralf afterd afterbjten
d bjten ttnrVcara Scars lavefl ajr alf Head l eai of the Xew Xewr acsorf
r Vorts T orf rk Stale t1tr Rcfermntory Rcfermatory for fora forAVoineii I
a Women Y r1en Is the th main mnia almost a lmo s t the theThe thexolr
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The most ot IJnp01 Important a t tendency tcatlCne 1B 1Bprlnun laprillon inprlsn
prlnun reform of today totIa accordlnc accordlncto aC rdIDJ rdIDJto
to Dr Davis Is the tendency totrcnt to totrcntthe totrent
trent trcntthe thepri the prisoner oDer not the crime crimeBy erlmeBy crimei
i By SELENE ARMSTRONG ARMSTRONGI I
i i I advocate i Poi polygamy as a national in insttttttion J I Ititutton istitwion
sttttttion open pea pen and recognised r iaed if the theJd oMJdeIItkaI Jiveidetiitkal
Jd JdeIItkaI Mttcal standard of morals is impos1 impos impossible ¬
sibla sAtl sible for 1 > oth men and women womenTfci WOIDeILrItM womenTbM
Tfci TbM i ig the deliberate optnioa of Dr DrB Drfiatheaiee > r rCatherine
Catherine BDavM B l Davt > avs Ilu D of the Uni University UDIel Uaiverait ¬
verait versity of Chicago who wh also holds vtc vtcgreee te teJ1eM 4egreen
greee from half If a dozen or more for foreign forejlil foredgy ¬
edgy universities eISkk and who as on OM of
the sHag oaag woman phone pllelIfI to slots o of the thewrid theWMW thewend
wend wrident Is a M premineet IMIIeDt Jtar lf ure at the tlteelK prec precept
elK eoftvention of the Anteriean Prison PrisonAseeetatfon PrisonK PrisonCsaeciattea
K Aseeetatfon tjo 4 Mile > 4tte Davis E > avw hes nMds is the New NewYork NewYQIk NewYert
York State reformatory rrfecm tory for women the theonly theonly he heoaly
only Institutionof Iaet utk i of its kind In America Americaand 1IKrk 1IKrkaDd a aand
and one of the few ew womens a reforma reformatories monnatori reformatories ¬
tories tori sIa in this country Massachusetts Massachusettsand
and Indiana being the only States which whichhave whichhave hlch hlchbae
have thus tit far provided special homes for fortheir er ertheir ortheir
their warn weMeJI weMeJIHave en prisoners prisonersHave priaoner5Have
Have Two StaBjtaris StaBjtarisThe StaniardLTtte StanxardsThe
The cause of the crimes eu committed committedby eoittellby mkted mktedby
by the great eat majority of women womean womeanJ s sold sold3fi8a M M2Uss
2Uss MDajs Davis when YbeRlAteniewed interviewed this mora moraii
Dig ii 1 S fcs the fact faetthat that there te one set setof letof yetof
of morals for men and an entirely entirelydifferent elt letydUfere entreiyditfereat
different t standard Dtiani for women womenof womenIa women1ta
Ia the New York State Reformatory RMonnatotYor
of which I have charge and in which whichthere WIhkJa1ltere whichthere
there a are r between JII 3 J and 4W wonehthere womeu womeuprimarily womerthere
there are few who are not the victims vleUmsprtmarily victimsprimarily
primarily or solely 9 of this double stand standard stacdar41 standard ¬
ard By Bytt it men escape unscathed with wHhthe withthe withthe
the complete tolerance it not the ap apa approval approval
proval or aoietY while women go ru rua u ua
a ruin from which they can rarely rare y be Tsereclaimed ber bereciahhe4
reclaimed r and our foundling fouDdn asylums asylumsare
are fitted with defective de tfve childrensti children childrensteNfso chfldrenoIt
steNfso oIt sti I rsay say Y eninimticsaly tic8IIy if it is islm i ilmliosslb4e
1 lmliosslb4e lm 06Slb4e for men m t tilt live ltveiy VJ y standardswhich standards standardswhich staIMJantsW
which civilization requires of its wom women women
en en then let us establish an open sys sysried sys1emc sysee
1emc ee a Fg1My tit = ti JII8ft be Infri mar married
ried to as many JDan wives as he can support sup support I
port Let these women not be the out outcistseC exitcastsof
casts cistseC of society and let their children childrenbe hlll hlllbe
be given the love and care anq oppor opportunity op optu8ity ¬ I ItuIt3
tunity that every human being born bornthe into intothe tatothe
the world deserves Would this not be beinfinitely beInftnitely beinfinitely
infinitely better than our present systern sys system 8ytem ¬
tem and its moral rottennessM1O rottenness rottennessMies rottenDe88JtI
Mies JtI Davis who is a VaMar gradu graduate rdu rduate ¬
ate aad was for several era1 years in charge chargeo cbr chargethe e eu
o the u College Settteaaeat ia Philadel PhiledelTrasheaded el eli
pfiigfT i Trasheaded 1 < ifc hauledttieTgew tie c w Tfrk T Hk rk State StateReformatory StateBefolDt8tery StateBefotmatory
Reformatory for oJW Women 0IIMIt for f ten oarsShe years yearsAe
Ae be has acquired an international interoatM oal repu reputationas ¬
tationas tatk lL3 a ci minolostet CljminoJogl andhas work worked Worked repuI ¬
ed with th signal I success 8 to reform hun hundreds hundreds ¬
dreds of socalled sotai ecI female ervinals ori O inals who whohave whouava 00 00baVe
have came come under her hersupervision supervision since sincethe sincethe nee neetM
the establishment 11 hment of the reformatory reformatoryShe r ormatory ormatoryShe
She believes that penology pe Olesy opens a anew aAekIor an
n new ew AekIor netd of endeavor e or and usefulness to towdjrieB toan toa
wdjrieB a who are peculiarly fitted tem temjperamaatany telllC1tIfy ternpecant
jperamaatany pecant atal C1tIfy for certain certa phases of the theAsked ueWfJe theccrqrk
WfJe ccrqrk Asked d wb8t what she esnoliors e I M the chief chieftendency chieftendency
tendency t in 1 prison reform methods of ofthe o ofthe I
the present JNetefttda7 day Dr Davfe Da replied repledThe repliedThe repliedThe
The m mrystem incJIvIduaUztng ot oar prison prisonEyattm I IrYlrt
rystem rYlrt B by which I mean mea the attempt attemptto
to reform r liKDI our prisoners II isoaexn not netJg in masses massesln JDaS5e8lYlt massesbut
ln but > t ae a Individuals We1 W have un come to tosec toE tosee
E sec e that it is the prisoner ooer not the theAtiheNew thecri thecrime
crime cri which ne needs to e dealt w wth th theAttlaei I
AttA AtiheNew New e Yoric Y k Stke al Reformatory ReformatorywMch Reformatorywhich eformatory1
which wbkItis Is iga sftutitea > vatect thirtynine tbart ni De miles north northor northbr
br N KewTorJc ew Qrir conUnQ conUnU4 d Dr Davie Davtewe Davbiwe Davietae I
we haws Nave e put Into C3c exeudoa ion the cot cottage cott cottage ¬
tage t e nmn pMm of living By patting the theprisoners thepttaslem t
prisoners in cottages it ix rs easier to toctashtfy i iclassify
classify tn them sn so that women for whom whomconstant whom1he whamthere I
1he there fi hi oC reform need Bet be ht lacoiMaM
constant contact ee with wit those who bonier bordeiupon bonierpoII bordert I
upon t + poII depravity Oar reformatory has hafi hasec
1 fi acres of rnwft Ja which furnishes o oat oatof l lof
of doorworic door Work and recreation for forw forMin oar ottrMstay oarwomen
w women
Mstay Min Are Illiterate IlliterateDr n IlliterateDr terate terateDr
Dr Davis stated flint 1 per cent of ofthe ofUM ofthe
the TBjkinen w mev wbOrCome w < aIIIte under her heran dmi charge chargeare e eare i
are tecMix tepaItfBBterMs HBierate while 12 per omitcan cent centcan
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can 81t nether read nor wrIt EnsHefc EnsHefcTa EaghehThey h hoTbey
They Ta y are an9ftrt sent regularly larIy to school sic xol w hilt hfteunder hlkuncler hiltunder
under oar care and are also tau taujcfetdomestic tauRittdomestic lt ltdomestic
domestic science and other industrial industrialwork Industrialwork uatrlal uatrlalwerle
work workWc
We place these women out ace doneecit do domestic ¬
mestic servants nearly all of them themrmwhen themwhen tile
when b811 tkey leave m a That seem about aboutthe aboutthe
the only avenue open to then Because Becausetheir Beca BecatlMlr BeeauzI BeeauzIthdr
their ttve IIvtl1 nave Jaa Ugaatted Cram tn tnstandards the thtStaDdanifi thestandards
standards set by ciiita chUfad ds ilea for Its wo women wemen ¬
men if not 11et1ta Hs men society ha haM little littleto 1itt1I littleto oIIM1
to offer or them Bat woman frequently frequentlyan
1N1 I its itsI
J wW talte as a servant any wont wontan om omAD
an WIle nut R swab aty tiahcs 11apr Aialiealid < tiahcs3Oa perl perlPM >
PM lid de U raeaefesihsg l efu WItbout srti m mIiU m mrupee
IiU rupee aiaa aiaathis I IDav
this Dnvhr Dav 1 vin spoke > receittly h fa fUlti fUltimore J itl itlrnme
more before n large gathering Pt her iherrwho therew
who w he are JttOmf on foot a movim 1ftfnmeJJt 1ftfnmeJJtto mote rnmtt rnmttto it itto I
to toref eIItIIha a7lpeaprtatioami for a woman m
reformatory ref refInternational for the fltate 8Ia or Maryland JillarTIaadSIte MarylandShe
SIte Ie retWied W atildestoa today y lto ltoatt te teAttendds o1
att Attendds eR 1IIc MIlllaw c cPrl f t4he t4hePrison 11af1911iCSR
Prison ttiliden ha Iwft hero and later tb
International Int ttMd P Prison friIietIr rssa Censror Congrena
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DR KATHERINE B DAVISSaperintendeat DAVIS DAVISSHperinteadeat DAVISS1Iperintendeat
SHperinteadeat of f New York State Reformatory For Women Who Is Here HereAttending HereAttending HereAttending
Attending the Prison Congress
CHOSEN CHOSENi
I I II FOR PLAYGROUNDS PLAYGROUNDSI i
I G W Hess of 0 f Anacostia Anacostiaj AnacostiaAlso
j i Also to Supervise Improve Improvements Improvea Improvemeats
a ments About Schools SchoolsWASHZXGTON choolsI SchoolsWASHINGTO choolsWA5HLGTO
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WASHZXGTON TUCE8 BCKKAC BCKKACAXAOOSTIA BUJtEACGeoqe BURkACANAOOSTtA
AXAOOSTIA D C OCT 1 L
GGe George i e W V vA Hess of HysttsviMe its its1M Md Mdwho adw
who w ha has been in the service of the
Metropolitan Police Department for the
last six months as a patrol driver his Itk11a
11a last assignment having ha viD been in the tileI
Eleventh precinct at AnacosKia today todayreMgMd todayrealigned
j I resigned resignedMr
Mr Hess has been appointed chief Inspector in inspector Inspector ¬
spector over o er the public school grounds groundsami groundsand 8 8aBd
and the playgrounds pIa of the District his hisduties daduties hisduties
duties to consist of improving improvlngtheM these thesegrounds
grounds rounds wherever possible by beautify ¬
ing in them with flowers nrers and a shrubbery shnI shnIJayjDg
laying out gardens etc Mr Hess was wasa
a florist for many years He wilt as asNIUe assame
same his new duties at once onceThe onceThe
The choir cb r of the Anacostia A I 3 ethodist i 3iethodistEpiscopal ethodistEpiscopal ethotiistEpi
Episcopal Epi Church of which Daniel DanielSmithson C CSmithson C CSmithson
Smithson is the director will 111 resumeservice resume resumeservice
service > tomorrow after the summer va vacation vacation ¬
cation season Several new membershave members membershave membersh
have h ve b been en a aArthur added addedArthur
Arthur B Suit superintendent superintendent of the theSunda thec j
Sundayscheol Sunda c of the theMe Methodist hedlt Eoteco Episcopal
pal Church In Aaaeesttia Asaees tta has In pre pretion preparatfon
paration tion a program JB of o special exercis exe exercises exercisesto es esto
to observe rally ran day In the Sunday Sundayschool SvndayKbooI Suridayschool
school department tt This This event will take tk tkplace takiplace
place on Sunday October OctoberCapt OctoberCap 3 3Capt
Capt William T Anderson command commndtnic commanding ¬
inK the Eleventh precinct at Anaoostia Anaoostiahas A Amedo Anau8tlalag
has mode application for the Improv Improving 11ftIKio fonprovi ¬
lag io of Nichols avenue by the District Districtgovernment trietgovernm Districtsorernindet
government nt hnmdiateiy fronting the1 the1new the thenew t e ee
new station house by 1 y the a is layin e of ofgranolithic ofbRnoItthic
granolithic sfdewalk 8i ewalk k and curbing curbingMteses carbiBgJoII g gMisses
Misses ee3 Kate McNamara and a BrJ Bdi Hdlleot HdlleotBrosnan got gotBrosnan ot
Brosnan of St Elisabeths who ho have bavespeDt havespent
spent the test three months abroad abroadsailed aboroa4sa1I6d abroadsailed
sailed today from Ireland for home borneThe homeThe
The list of real re l estate improvements improvementsnow
now no in progress Jn the Anacostia A s sec section sties c ction
tion comprises o a twostory frame coti cotitage cot cotta
tare ta e for Samuel M Dixon to be erect erected erecleel erected ¬
ed on premises pr es UK W Park place pIa e Con Conpress toaese 011 011r
press r ese Heights Hft ts a twostory frame rra house eat
at att 1SGS 1 Fifth street Congress s Heights Heightslor
tor Mahton I hlon Grove the improvement Improvementremises of ofpremise ofpnomises
premise premisespines remises at Raleigh Ra street and High HighView HIShView
View place for Richard F I Jones and andthe a athe andthe
the remodeling of a house h use for HenryShe Henry HenryShent HeR ry
Shent She nt Railroad avenue and Xaylor Xaylorroad Nay Nayroad aylor aylorroed
road roadSCHOOL roedSCHOOL roadSCHOOL I
SCHOOL ATHLETICS ATHLETICSPLEASE ATHLETICSPLEASE I
PLEASE PARENTS PARENTSParents
Parents of o childr ciltldrPft n of the Card CardosoSchool CardMeOnot CardesaSchool
School second and r > 1 streets str southwest southwestlertainnMmt alouthwesiale thveM thveMa
a ale MU much h uleased with the athlet athletic e en eatertatamont entettatlaftWnt
lertainnMmt given en on the playground piayggroundthe of ofthe oftM
the school hool yesterday afternoon and give gfr gfrmost iV e i imoet
moet of the < redi to tTie instructors instructorshtf 1i 1is V VS I
S HjftW htf l and sntend Mis 1ti Violet Vt Ferguson FergusonThe Fergu on onrhiJdreo
The ehl rMWren witnoieed wit by several secera1hundred severalhundred fraJ
hundred hundr visitors ptaved all sorts of ofafternoon ora offames I
fames a awe competed In races dun during the theafterDOOlL th thafternoon e
afternoon afternoonAY afternoonRAY
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AVjtlnntta W mutts t Hair Stein SfelnRc el
aJireak aJireakel
Koters Rc ir Gray y Str Strsaked aJ a or orBte orBreeched
Bte Breeched e1w4 ch < < Hair or Moustache e j1 j1e1w4
InstaataaacBrtr Gives any anyBlack anyt anyshad
t shad front U Licht t Brawn to t tBlack o
lU Black B a 1c hors Ix > > s not wash wafhwi b oc orrub < I
wi Tub e elf c remains no sot Doegaet sottt
t gaet JUt tt 10 ns and 811 Is act ot ifi sfkkj ky no nor noRrmsy I
r tcrtmrny iIt Sold II y all drtr drtrgists drus drusSMtc
SMtc er r w we wHI III Mad yon yona yo yo yoa a
a Trial MM Iac Tor Ssr Ir jM atd id id terse terseight rise riseletght iU iU40j0ihl >
40j0ihl < ight times as ranch > 0e If 7etIr j m drusgl drusglAont dnIg dru gts gtsdesalt ia
desalt wit II It send dlr erect ce t to MB Seal U Uyellow IM theyellow
yellow 7d stapler rap f froM f two kttl battles IletUesAMa s purchased orcba ed I
ft Rata AMa M a dniBetet t and we will alts he lv rim a fall fallstse IalIme
line iM hassle ae f r mthiag mUiia WAJJCCTTA W I fI tnTA TTA CO ooWtfc COMdi
14 Wtfc and sa dtia d OKve at M St IMfe Loa Ms M SM SeI4PJIanMqr SaidPe b y
Peoples Pe s Pharmacy Tta and X lliu eta N W
ROOSEVELT HOLDS HOLDSIHIIES HOLDSBEVERIDGES HOLDSij >
IHIIES VERIDGE VERIDGEColonel ij FATE FATEi FATEColonel FATEI FATEColonel i I
Colonel May Save or Ruin RuinInsurgent I IInsurgent I IInsurgent
Insurgent Senators SenatorsCause SenatorsI SenatorsCause
Cause CauseBy CausBy
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By WALTER J FAHYINDIANA FAHY FAHYIXDIAXAJOLIS FAHYI
IXDIAXAJOLIS I INDIANA + 1LIS lad Oct t Lare LTheo LTheoof L Le Theo
are e Roosevelt has it in J tOWer Ie tocc
of the zreateet possible stance to toSenator toSe tiSeaat
Senator Se Seaat atr n Albert J Beveridge BeveI14t e candidate candidatefor eaadidatfor e
for reelection at the hands of the tlleSaLte tlleSaLteI S4atLegislature State StateLegislature e
I Legislature turp nest January JanuaryIt
It te quite probable that Colonel ColonelRoosevelt CIelRQ05evett ColonelIooscvelt
Roosevelt could make the election of his hisintimate hisiRtimate h hintimate iS
intimate friend absolutely certain and andat aadat a aat
at the same time ti rye sivetbc the tl s greatest pos posrfble pobIe possink
sink bIe impetus U tJ t > the progressive pr bnovement Dtbe DtbePDt move movement ¬
ment PDt in Indiana IndianaBy IndianaBy IndiansBy
By the same k token Colonel Roosevelt Rooseveltlias ROOIIfIIPeitJtaS Roosevelthas
has it in his power to utterly ruin n the thepolitical tI tIttical th thpolitical e
political ttical career of Senator nator Beveridge B e and andto andto andto
to rive the progressive J es e movement morenrtntbor a abo abo
bo bor 7 from which 1t it Will v HI not recover r er for forye foCyfln lotyetrt
yfln ye 3 This is the calm < deliberate Suds judgment Judbment Sudsmeat ¬
ment of the th Republican leaders who are arespeculatme arespeculatln1t ar arspeculathie e
speculatme on the t e natcre of the speech speechto speec speecto Jeeehto h hhe
to be delivered delh red by Roosevelt when whencoast he hecorner heCOIRt
corner here this month to assist ass at in tte tte3eve tleBeve th thBevesdge e I
3eve Beve dg campaignIndiana campaign campaignIndiana CRm CRmIndiaDa
Indiana IK an insurgent i State Former FormerSenator FonnerSenator F o
Fleaders
Senator Hemenway Hcm nway one of the leave leaveof leaders leadersof rs rsof
of the standsat crown which is oppos opposing oppointr appoins ¬ i
ins the he reelection of Beverid Bev Beveridge e admit admithat adroits adroitschat Adnitlhat
hat Q 5 per r cent of the voters in in the theState theStat t tState he
State Stat are dissatisfied with the tariff tarifflaw taritCw taritCIndiana tarifflaw
law lawIndiana w
lawIndiana
Indiana is net Jt t hysterically insurgent insurgentor insuunenor
or progressive it has not b > wtea n and aRdDOt will willnot 1
not be swept off its feet < by b wholesale wholesaledenunciation wholealcdemandaUHR wholesaldemurcitlona e ews
denunciation of f corporationg a or of la laor laws lawsor Jawsor ws
or of men It takes inurgency insurs cf serious seriously ¬
ly studies it it anal analyzes > zes it and the causes causeswhich causeswJ ca y
the
which ch have brought b it about u and lid the theprinciples theri1tclpkos t e
principles for which it is flerhting fl Sn5 Indi Indiana Indiana Indsae f ¬
ana is in81l11 insurgent nt not because it is Isf good goodf goodfore
f fore rm to be e T nart hart art ef a new movement mevesnentto and andto aDdto ande
to get on the band wasron but because becauseit becausIt e
it is believed that Insurgency In elkY is the theJMOOCT th th1M thproper
JMOOCT 1M P a asency ency to substitute progressive ve veism
ism for reactionaryism reactionaryismViat re reactiolaryismVisit ctlolaryismVisit
Visit May Work Harm HarmIf HarmIf
If Colonel Roosevelt Roosevelt Ro evelt comes to In Indiana Indlana Indiana ¬
diana prepared to discuss the cause ca causethe of ofthe ofthe
the progressives sanely and to deal with withspeoiJic wllhsptUic wit witspe h hes
spe speoiJic etflc problems with epert speoinc 8 UJc sugges suggestions sago sagoUoie es estJoltS es ¬
tions Uoie he will go far in forwarding tn tomovement tne tnemovement ese e
movement in the State and toward in insuring InsuriD Insaying ¬ 1
saying suriD the reelection of Senator Bev Beveridga Beveridge Beveridge
eridge It he delivers Himself of plati platitudes platitud platltulles ¬
tulles tud urges ur es new nationalism denuunvethe denounces denouncesthe s
the Unite U I T alted ltetl States Supreme Court and andin andIn andIn
in short conducts himself bi lr much after afterthe aCl attethe r rthe c
the manner which characterized his trip tripthrough tel telthrough p
through Kansas S he will do irreparable irreparabledamage kTepsrabledama kreparabldamage pe e
damage damageFully dama damageFully e eFulJy
Fully 79 per J t cent of the Refit Republican RfUMJbUean Refitlean b bo ¬
lean voters in the State subscribe to tothe tothe t tthe o
the cause of the progressives The Tlieother Theothcr Til Tilother e
other 99 per cent is made up of ofthe e > <
the reactionary reac tlon ary followers of Fairbanks FairbanksHtmenway FaIrbanksHtmenwa
Htmenway and Watson3Qce Watson
l RATS RATSmce
ice Cockroaches CockroachesWater CaekroachcsltiaterSugsGrntenBogs a aWater
Water ltiaterSugsGrntenBogs ltiaterSugsGrntenBogsExt Bn BOI 5oCr > 8Crotan t n Bae BaeExlcnslnated Ba BaExrnlrated
Exlcnslnated Ext ruiratedhlutelfty ruiratedhlutelftylist ASsolutelrtj ASsolutelrtjMaurers Iutelr tJ tJMaurers
Maurers t aurer s B Roach list Paste PasteAttracts PasteAttratU
Attracts by odor odor drives
thn th from bowie ou e b die For 62 6 Tears Tearstte Y yearnthe 3r3
the standard of adeacr et9clen tOe 10c55c 10c55cMaurers 8 53eMaur ze zeMaurers
Maurers Maur s Insect Powder PowderEnticas
Entices from hiding hld1n places and kills killsBed kIIlsBed killsBed
Bed Bugs Bu Sloths Ants ts and all aIllnaects aIllnaectsDestroys InsectsDestroys Insects InsectsDestroys
Destroys eggs and lame lOc 10c itfeacSOC itfeacSOCa11Druggists 25c SOc SOcAH 5OcAJICe
AJICe AJICeInsbt AH a11Druggists Druggists Grocers GrocersInsist CrocereInslit
Insist on 3aaorersJXHaoi 3aaorers urerIi urerIison
D JXHaoi fanrntSon T son < Ox eo PhIl PhIlY y
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ICONSU ER MUST PAY PAYi r rFOR
i FOR MILK ADVANCE ADVANCESmall
Small Purchaser the One Af Affected Affe Affettcd ¬
fected fe ed byWinter by Winter Scale Scaleof Scaleof Scaleof
of Prices PricesFIVE PricesFIVE PricesFIVE
FIVE CENTS FLAT FLATFURNISHED FLATFURNISHED FLATFURNISHED
FURNISHED BY PINT PINTGrocers PINTI
Grocers Claim the th Move Is an At Ati Attempt Attempt
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price of dipper mllK by b 4 cents centsInformation centsOCT centsours
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Th ThIncreased The e small 11 consumer must pay for the theincreased theillcrelUHld
I increased wholesale price dealers mustpay must mustpay ust ustpay
pay for milk Uk this t whiter whiterThe winterThe
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effect today todayla t todayIn y y1ft
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la accordance ateOnl nce withthe with the promise pr Rll made madeby ma4eiy Ie I Iby
by iy the dealers association milk nktr willretail will wlKretail
Ireta retail for 9 cents a Quart tile same sameprice sa someprice I
price rke charged hurt winter But 5 cents centsmilk ceRawill Beatswill
will be chaI charged e for serving I pt n if ifmilk
milk this winter wltatwbUe while 4V4 4 cents wascharted was wascharged w whaf3ed I
charged for this service last season seasonThis seaoIIThiII
This announcement was W contained In Incirculars IItreutars
circulars sent out by many maR dealers te teday t tday
day in 1 type hat was incoavptcooMe Incon pkueus b bjside 6 6j be beside
j jside am the black face 1MIIloti bulletins that De Despite Despite Despite
spite the Increased In wholesale cost of 0milk
i milk the usual whiter rate of 9 cents centswill C8II C8IIwin centswill
will prevail prevaill
l heThis This T means that th the burden of meeting meetingThe IDeeU IDeeUtbe
The t he Thisscarcity scarcity cftY of milk will fall an eu on the thepoorer th thi tJMj
i poorer families of the city cityj cityAecerdtng
j According A < to officer of the tlteJoIUIt Milk Deal Deairn Dealers
rn n Association AMoeiat Oft 5 cents will bv charged clIarg clIargtor chargedfor
for a pint of milk Ilk l U > > every member of ofthe ofI ofthe
the Ih association a atkn Tva T1 5 iecr increase Ir < ease It was wassaid WaIi1IIUd wasraid
I said was tacitly decided dedd upon at a recent re remeeting no noeeat
cent meeting of the dealers That the thebreakage thebreakage theaddd
addd breakage of bottles ttles mad it neces sotesery necesnrtall JMICetry
ery ry t to naMe tM rate for milk oN ill issmall
small 1 quantities 1JIItj s was the reason given givenfor Jiyefer givenfor
for ttor increase bIer to the buyers bay of o oaf small smalloWMlttaBof
oWMlttaBof 0 failleDipper MIlk mttkDipper MIlkuD
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uD Dipper pper ilk W z Goes o Up UpAe Upi Uplae4iier
Ae i lae4iier 4 er line of f votond Jletf y ypsmlaet nwmt t llwt llwtursmist uatprealllMIt
prealllMIt ursmist to arouse a wide otItKMltI opposltlestthe on otItKMltIthe oatMon oa oathe
the part of merchants erctta1M is a alt mr hMrue hMrueoC increase increaseof a aof
of 4 bents per gallon 11on over overOM this thischarged th > price prieeclaarweC
charged last winter for the seeaHed tMtcaJte4d soraileddipper
d dipper Jllitk JllitkJIIeMII zaNk3tettibera
Members < of the dealers association associationwould a associationwould ociaHIIWOUld
would not discuss M the na matter tier for fordeclaring pub publication pubtlcattoa ¬
lication IlcatfttAtheir declaring la they the roust t stick Jt t to totheir tothetr o
their pledge made at la secret cret r1t meeting meetingof meettn meettnermr S
of the dealers 1Iea that the t he only informa information bt btUen h habeaM ermr ¬
lion from the association associationthroul should shouldtb come comethrough
through tb u the secretary J T Broefos BroefosIt Bro8hJLIt
It was admitted da though that the tie dealTs eal ealtrs 1 1c
trs c had sweet that to to keep their theirtomess cus customers cuatOllMllJ ¬
tomers they must ust cut down the supply supplyold suppIJto supplysaid
said old to grocery stores scor and this they theyintend tMYto the theintend y
intend to do by charging K cents centsCesllien a athe airh
Cesllien widely irh It a 4cent t increase ewer ewerrate overthe
the rate in force last l t winterThis winter winterThis win tea teaDb
This milk was as formerly served Hn to tocustomers torus0IIIer8 f farsomera
customers in receptacles brought to tol tuthe t
l the be stores by them The Tbeprlee price pr prwas charged chargedwas cha ed edW1U
was S and nd I cents a quart This winter winterthe winterthe ter tertbe
the grocer roeer must pay 1 the same price pricetor pricefer pricefor
for the > milk in blK as he does for forthe forthe
the bottled product productInformation ct1ntonnatlon
Information re regarnns regRreln at ding the increased increasedprice 1Rer 1Rerprice Increasede
price pileto e of milk to the small 8I consumer and andto andto a
to grocers was w s placd in the hands of ofTnied orPnt
cared States ifetrict L JtTkt Attorney Clar Clarence Clareuce qarcure ¬
cure Wilson today t y by his assistants assistantswho uelstanshe aefatI aefatIwho s
who he are investigating the existence edstepeean of ofan oCan
an alleged ane e milk rUst trustI ru t tI
I have in my possession information informationwhich In informationthe tioa tioawhich
which shows that practically all the thedairymen thedalrymea
dairymen in the tb city are ar charging charg chargingants 5 5cents 5eeftls
cents a quart for their t r milk said MrWIItIoMt Mr MrWihjon MrWileen
Wihjon today 001 I am also informed that thatar t
groeeriees ar are tfl be made to pay at Ie IJtt
t cents more per gallon than was de demanded deIIUUMIed domended ¬
mended last winter nter Anything AnTth further furtherthan furUwrthan r
than that I am not yet ready to say sayInvestigation 87Inemgation I
Investigation Not Dropped
hIs Is your office taking any an steps 8t reSardtag re regarding reIn
garding In this move of the milkmen milkmenMr T TMr
Mr Wilson Ilson was asked askedWe askedWe
We are interested in n their increase increasehe inet e ehe
he answered and the investigation has hasnot hasnot
not been allowed to drop Just what whataction whataction whataction
action we may y take I am not yet ready readyto
to say sayThe 51The sayThe
The Dfstict Dfe iet ict Attorney also refused to tosay toSay toSOY
say whether in his opinion the uniform uniformincrease unltormIneree8C
increase I ncrease of price constituted an agree agreement a ee eement ¬
ment in restraint of trade which would wouldbring wouldbrl8b wouldbring
bring the dealers under the scope ot the theJaw theJaw theaw
Jaw l aw against unlawful combines combinesThe combinesThe
The grocers sr may enlist t themselves themselvesin
in i n the light against the increased priceWe price priceWe
00 We e no longer expect to make a profitfrom profit profitfrom profttfrom
from milk declared the manager for forthe forthe
the G G GCornwef Corn Cornwett well Son Company to today to today today ¬
day When oir customers ask for it itwe Itwe itwe
we send direct o a dairy dal and serve it itto Itto itto
to them asan all an accommodation accomtnOdationOther accommodationOther accommodationOther
Other grocers declared the thcaction action of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the dealers de was an attempt to deflect deflecttrade deflecttnde deflecttrade
trade from the frrocerles and to make makeconsumers makeconsumers makeconsumers
consumers pay the full retail price of ofmilk oCmilk ofmirk
milk directly to fie dealers dealerst
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WINNERS IN CONTEST CONTESTMiss
Miss Almarie AImarieK K Everett Will Witness The Echo With WithBessie WithBessie Vithessie
Bessie essie McCoy at the National and E W Holland HollandGets HoIlandGets HollandGets
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Want Ad 4 man today todayThe todayTIle todayThe
The Want Ad man was sorely Hret puzzled puzzledbecause puzzledbeeau puzzledeesuse
because b eesuse doses of o the answers were cor correct Corrert torrect ¬
ba rect So be ws obliged to JaJ9 take intoccount into intoaccount IntoaetOUftt
account a origlniltty y and Matnes MatnesAfter ts atneesAfter tsAtter
After careful tul consideration eon d ratIoR he hasecided has hasdecided batlcchIetI
decided d that Xfs Almarte K Everett EverettIke ErettROr Everettlive
live Manor ROr House whooe solution Iutlon wase wasgtvea was wasylven
ylven e fn clever form is entitled tosee to tosee tosee
see Beside McCoy in The Ke cho at atthe att atthe
the t It N National tttroeai thNI1 Theater OR Monday Mondayniche Monda MondaRleht Mondayalrrht
niche nicheEqually RlehtEquaUy alrrhtEgtiatty
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E W Holland of the Colorado build building buildn ¬
ing I n who will be awarded a pair of ofseats orfMUI ofseats
seats to the Columbia OR Monday Mondaynht rIondayDIftt Mondaynight
night to witneee wltR the performance of ofSew ofN ofew
Sew N ew York YorkThese yorkTltee YorkThese
These two answers did not C t by anjmean an anJ any anymeans
mean J exhaust the originality of the thecontestant theCOtMULBa theanteeiaats
contestant One writer dipped out outthe outthe outthe
the small typo ht which tb the problemwas problem problemwas problemWILIJ
was printed and inserted in big let letters letters letern ¬
ters t ern the th mincing words printed in inare InJar Inarge
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a small T I r and each letter larger Iar r end end1lg endug j
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the the following t note noteYou DOteYou noteYou
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TEACHERS INCRE INCREASE INCREASESCHOOL E ESCHOOLATTENDANGE
SCHOOLATTEilCE SCHOOLATTEilCECampaign SCHOOL ATTENbANCE ATTENbANCECampaign
Campaign to Round RoundUp Up De Delinquents Delinquents Delinquents ¬
linquents Adds Hun Hundreds Hundreds Hundreds ¬
dreds of Pupils PupilsAn
An unprecedented increase hi attend attendat a aaaec <
aaec s ac at tile ac chieii warnreprted warnreprtedt r ed edat
a at t hoadanartecg rt818 today when the ea ear eareNunetit
r et Mn > ent ngvre ageses far the fret two weeks weeksof
of the school year were svbmitted Uted te teAastetmnt 18IIIIIMaIIt isAsidetant
Aastetmnt S Superillt4lJDdellt pertnt ad nt + tt P M Hushes HushesThe H HThe HugbeeThe
The enrollment in the public Wic ncbofsyesterday scholis scholisyesterday scholbye
yesterday ye was 4L7 ZK This te an in inortogfc InGntIoH Inareaee
ortogfc of 1JSZ J pupAs pu over the same day dayof 4layor da daof Y
of test yer ye r The high b 5b water mark markset has hasnot Bas1M
not been v reached aehod as the tall sdi aar encoifenent encoifenentte e lkneahas lkneahasis AleRt t
te generally not readied anal about aboutNorember alMMttNOT8IA aboutNoyeaaber
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This number 1 wen dtsCHwMed as fol follows rolJews folHigh ¬
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High Schoeta 5c 5cX 5cGracie 1711 1711Normal M MGrade
X Normal Sebsu SebsuGrads
Grade Schools 1toeIa 4U 44IIM 44IIMThis
This TIt bij Wg increase e was shown shownwhen ShewRW showwhen n
when W attendance reports for eel eolorod eIor eelorod
orod or school were eomparod wits witnUiosft wlt wltel
U Uiosft seo seoyes el C tjh same day y last JastThe t i iyear
year The lf9 1 enrollment for ta taaeeond tDsecond b
second Wednesday clay of the school nebdolrand oI season seasonwsj seeeoWUt
wsj rand l leMthan s than T49 Lat Wednesdays Wednesdaystotal Wednesdaystotal II IIeeoINI
total was 153C The normal Increase tDcreasethe Increasethe Increaathe e
the officials said was s about 80 leaving 6
1666 1 to b4 accounted a < for by the work workof workof j
of volunteer teachers tttIeb nl Nearly all of ofthis ortb
this tb enrollment t was hi the lower gradesThe grades gradesThe a4e a4eTfte
The same line of work is now being beingcarried bembea
carried ea on by sending nd circular letters lettersto
to parents and guardians believed to be bekeeping e ektePi
keeping ktePi their children from school schoolThe schoolThe
The Chain Bridge School may be beclosed
dosed unless unl the enrollment orollmeatJa is in increased tRcr ¬
cr creased So far but twentytwo pupils
have reported there t These pupils will willbe
be taken care of by the theFort Fort Reno and andthe aDdM
the Wonnley Wlrmt R schools I if the ChainBridge Chain ChainBridge CitaiRBrldl
Bridge School is rtae closed closedSCHOOL kJstIdSCHOOL < M MSCHOOL
SCHOOL ATHLETES ATHLETESTO
TO BE ADVANCED ADVANCEDCol
Col Montgomery MOIft Mcorob now statfetted sta stattoned statieDed
ttoned at Chicagc Cb v will be made a briga brigadier ¬
dier r ceneral on o 1ovemhrr Novcmi on mbtr rr H 14 Inn lilting the thevacnncv theYaeARrY thevaeaaacv
vacnncv orcatnoaed f1o bv D the retirement J of orfItfral ofenerai
General fItfral DuvaH DuvaHHe DuvHHf
He will be placed in n command of the thenew thenew
new ew Jtetrbt i cf t r Hawaii which te to ttnatfld be becreated I
created within with I a short time timeG timeG
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G A R WOMEN RALLY RALLYWomen I IWn
Women of the G A A R R will hold a arally
rally and JMI reception at the Riggs I
Ifosue tonight tOBi ht in I honor of The dele dolesates delegates deltcates ¬
gates from the Atlantic City coaven ¬
tion AI posts of the Department Dep rtmeRt of
the t Potomac and visiting vtaFtta > veterans
and their wives are invited invitedOLD IInltedOLD InvitedOLD
OLD PASTOR RETURNS RETURNSThe
The Th Rev R 1 William M Lyon of Louis Louisvllle Loubvine Louisville
vllle vine CS110 Ohio r recenU recently tlr called as pastor pastorof pastorof
of the First Fj t Brethren Ohweh Oln reA Twelfth Twelfthand Twelfthand Twelfthand
and E streets southeast arrived in Inashlngton
Washington today t day to take up the thework thework thework
work of hfs new n w pastorate pa t rate The Rev Re
Lyon is well known here having formerly for formerly formerly ¬
merly served a term as pastor of the thesane thefsme theseise
sane church chur h
hanged han ed If you will set et a more original originalThe orJlnalmethod originalmeti
meti method od o of depicting the crescenao crescendo or orThe ofThe
The Times Each effort is ever everhowling a ahowling ahowling
howling scream but by gum the Sis S SIs S SIs
Is a yellIt yell yellIt yellIt
It Is to be hoped that the gentleman gentlemanwill
will not hang but the fact that he IteI
did not get a prize only shows how howoriginal hOworl howoriginal
I original orl lnal the answers were
I The puzzle yesterday was found In the
I Business nu lness Opportunity column and pre wnaas WZlas preas
as follows followsIX
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the missta missing wards > wkk tei a mpfete te a aen
Unce often used by The T TllM Ti ties relative te
its adv adtttlln adtttllnIs advertising advertisingis rtlclnsrt I
1 Is cheap caM the Farmer t tcretn Ute
green tn seeds man from rem nearby
but I can see ynr y r little game
I have e been b stung t VDg nc hs a same way war toe toewaay t tTbe
many waayThe manyThe
The winning Winnln answers fllled f Lled In the
blanks with the following words
Talk to the Town Through The
Times TimesJust TJmfsJust TimesJest
Just to make the contest more inter interesting fnteteMtlng interesting ¬
esting the Want Ad Man threatens to tomake tomake
make the problems harder in coming eomln comingThe I
days daysi d
i The winners wlnnc announced today must mustapply mustapply mustapply
apply at the business office of f The I
Times for tickets to the performance performanceof pcronrance8or
of The Echo at the National and ft
New York at the tit Columbia Theater Theaternext Theaternextweck Theaternext
next nextweck nextweckAll week weekAU 1 1All
All answers to the problem that ani anii ap
i pears today toda must reach the Want rAnt A Ad l
Han Ian by tomorrow at noon Answers Answersreceived AnswersTeceitd Answersreceived
received after that time can not be bogiven beven
given ven consideration as he most have
time to K9 9 through the solutions In
time to decide a winner to be an announced annow ¬
nounced now ed in the last edition editionThree editionALEXANDRIA editionALEXANDRIA
ALEXANDRIA POLICE POLICEMAKE POLICEMAKEQUICKARREST
MAKE MAKEQUICKARREST MAKEQUICKARRESTThree QUICK ARREST ARRESTThree
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and One Receives ReceivesSentence ReceivesSentence ReceivesSentence
Sentence SentenceWASHINGTON Sentence1SHINGTOX SentenceWASHINGTON
WASHINGTON TIMES BCREAC BCREACALEXAXDRIA DtREACALBCADRIA
ALEXAXDRIA VA Y OCT 1 1i 1Per 1Per
Per the Ant time ta a year a RoWup
i occurred at Spring Park at the hea heaof 1t head headof I
of r King street shortly rtly before midnight
Itest last night Joseph Jose Sidney Rose RoseRJdam9R4 of
Richmond while waiting Iting at Spring Pane Panestation Plritstatien Parkstation
station to take the 1115 11 11s p m In traM traHwas traMwas
was accosted by two negroes D groes one of 0wbem ofwhom
> whom faam pointed a a pistol In his face ace and andsaid aRdsaid
said Give me what you got The Tb
n njgro De Degro ne negre
jgro gro searched Mr Rose Rose and took an anopenfaced aJto anopenfaced
openfaced o watch a a pocketbook pock tbook con conI containing contaming
I tabling miI 27i 7 a penknife Ce and a note notebook BOtehoek ¬
book As they left him They hit himunder him himunder him1IMer
under the th chin Rln with the b butt tt of the re revolver re reelver revelver ¬
volver Mr Rose made his J s way downking down downKing doWRIGnb
King street At the corner of Wash Washington WasIIIngt ¬
ington Ingt n street he met PeWeemen P PolicemenRoland PolicemenRolandsad Rolaad Rolaadand RolaDdaBd
and Bell te whom he sold of the held heJdP heJdA
v up P
A 1 general alarm was sent out and andabout lneabout i
about 5 oclock this morning Ellis West WestWilliam W t tVJlllam
William Fisher and James Carter all allnegroes aUnegro
negroes negro were arrested a ed and taken to po
headquarters On West was foundan found foundan
an openface watch a penknife JS17 11T 11TIn il
In money mone and a notebook 1tete H k answering answeringthe
the description giver vet by ilr r Rose of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the one taken from him himIn himIn hintIn
In the police court Air Rose later lateridentified laterIdentified lateridentified
identified EWs West as the man who whohad whohad whohad
had the pistol and took the articles from fromhim fromhIm fromI
him but could c uld net identify the other othermen othermen t tmea I
men West We < was sent to Jail for ninety ninetydays ninetydays II i
days and nn ABed d 1 1W for 10 assault a sault and also alsogiven aJsodven alsogiven
given six months in jail for larceny larcenyfrom i j
from the person making = a total u of r ttwelve rtwele j
twelve months he will have te spend in Injail InJail i j
Jail JailThe
The other two men were dismissed dismissedThe dismissedThe I IThe
The funeral of Mrs y Ix Louise > atee E Kfeen KiEendaffer Kfeendaffer KiSendatrer
daffer was held this hl6 afternoon The TheRev TbeRe TheRer
Re Rev Dr W J Morton ortn ef Christ Prot Protestant PrtcStant Pretestant ¬
estant Episcopal Church officiated and andburial andburial andburial
burial was In Bethel Cemetery CemeteryF
F Mudd will open a skating rink at atArmory atAnnOI atArmors
Armory Hall in South Royal street on onWednesday onWedn9dIlY onWednesday
Wednesday evening c enln October 5 5The i iTlte
The funeral fun ral of Michael Kennedy will willbe wfllbe willbe
be held from the First Baptist Church Churchtomorrow Cnurehtomorrow Churhtomorrow
tomorrow afternoon at 4 oclock The TheRev TheRev TheRev
Rev W F F Watson will officiate and andthe andthe andthe
the pallbearers will be members of ofJames ofJames ofJames
James W Jackson Council JCo o 51 SSe Jr JrO 3rO
O U L A M I Burial will be in Bethel BethelCemetery BethelCemetCtT BethelCemetery
Cemetery CemeteryAt
At the Second Presbyterian Church Churchtest Churcblast Churchlast
last evening ecBm the Rev J R R Solver the thepastor theastor thepastor
pastor astor delivered dediver d a lecture on Mission UfissionWork MissionWork MissionWork
Work in Korea The lecture was wa illus illustrated iIlustr fllustrated ¬
trated tr t d with steroptteon st roptleon views viewsThe viewsThe viewsThe
The Rev Re J W Tweton will he installed in installed InstaHed ¬
stalled as pastor Ja5t r of C Emanuel Lutheran LutheranChurch TuthranChurch LutheranChurclt
Church tomorrow evening The services serviceswill serviceswill serviceswill
will be conducted by the Rev He Messrs MessrsSchraeder MessrsSchroeder IessrsSchraeder
Schraeder and Wencfaeli of Washington Washing Washington ashing ashington ¬
ton
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silvrrpfatoif frarri ramp and nandlp with withJ2 withJ
J2 J fines tempered ko k kNn n doubleedge doubleedgeblades doubl doubleedgeblades edse edseblades
blades mad of the finest fine t Damascus Damascussteel Damascusatee1 Damascussteel
steel and will hold an edge longer than thanany thanAny thanany
any other onthe OR the market Each blade is isgood IsSood isgood
good for from 10 to 15 shaves without withoutstropping withoutstropping
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VANNUTElli BIDS BIDSPapal BIOSWASHINGTON BIDSWASHINGTON
WASHINGTON ADIEU ADIEUPapal ADiEUPapal
Papal Envoy Leaves C2pital Capitalfor C2pitalfor
for Baltimore After Un Unprecedented Unprecedented Unprecedented ¬
precedented Reception ReceptionCardinal R ception ceptionCanllaal
Cardinal Vaanvtetlf envoy of Pope PopePfcjx Popex PopePiux
Pfcjx x X x after haviat bavin ha been n feasted tTtv tTtvdays t ta J iessays
days 75 by the Mgfceet dignitaries tIt e of tte ttechurch ttEtehurda ttoChHfeh
church in America and receiving t e ebended ebeAtled Gbeaded
bended knee from t nearly every e eIY CathcIi CathcIiin tathsis
in a Wasfctoglon in a reception 4 that Las LasceHpeed Lase Lasclipsed
ceHpeed e any welcome ever hen to a avteittng ariIIIt aisiting
riIIIt v vteittng prelate left Washington this thisomfne thaat traat
omfne at M doc for Baltimore Baltimorewhere Baltimorewhere Baltimorewhere
where Ite ne will be entertained e enaet by b Car Cardinal Cattmal Cardinal ¬
dinal GibbonsIn Gibbons Gibbonsvenerable GI GIIn
In the J at the dapt to see Ue Uevenerable thevenerable
venerable cardinal off were Mgr Fa Faeonlo FaelJlo Faeeiado
eonlo who has been by Ms side cor cortintteuefy corUnaenshy or ort1aa1MU
tintteuefy ly since 8 tIC Ms arrival here Thjrv Thjrvday Th I Iday r rday >
day morning from Montreal J where ha hawas hias hiswas
was personal I representative repre entattYe of the Pops Popsat PO POat Porat
at the Eucharistic Euth r1tItic Congress eH Archbishop
Ireland Mgr K r Prince De Cray CN ana Mgr
Tarateri Tat eri both beta members of his suite suiteUniversity
Mgr Shahan an rector of r Ute Cat attoic OoL
University UJ Yeslt and a 4 others of nott tri R lo O
have assisted ed in the religious demon demonstration demcrstration cr cr2Itration ¬
stration given IYen the cardinal by Catlolcs Cath Catholics ath ¬
olics oI cs of the National Capital capitalCardinal
Cardinal Vannuteill expressed ins insJcrcat il ilrcat i s sgreat
great Jcrcat pleasure this moraine Just t before beforetrain
las train left at the na JIaiOcent nincent demo derooiistratlon demostration emo
stratlon given ven him II fegc nk night ht at S St
Patricks rectory and church dr rch when whenover whenover en enover
over I 1T It Catholics of the city knelt in fnthe inthe
the streets to receive the t e nasal wal ben bendi i itHNi di dition
tion t front f Ms hands mad to pay y him unprecedented un unprecedented unprecedellt8d ¬
precedented trHwte of loyalty and devo devotion deothen
then
Guest ef the GeriJrShortly Clergy ClergyShortly CJergyShortly
Shortly before the solemn tM soles a service air surroundetl 5iJrowttIel airrounded
rounded by archbishops monsi monsignots noi l and andprelates andDlelate2 antprelates
prelates the cardinal tU 1J1 1 was dined by the theWashington theWASiIIaen the1Vnshiagten
Washington clergy wHh the Rev TVi TViIfaun w wltam Rlirm
Ifaun T Russell rector of St Patricks Patricksas Pairic s sas
as as beat Toast oscte to the he Holy etY Fatter aa aato aLJto azito
to the President of the United states stateswere Stateswere stateswere
were drunk and the cardinal received receiveda r eIEl eIEla
a welcome fn fern ns the civil authorities cf cfthe cfthe r
the District Dl iD > n the person of Coaimii Coaimiisioner Commfse Commlasloner
sioner e CURD H Rudolph RudolphTne RtdolphJAe RudolphTae
Tae papal pal benediction wa wan given th thmultitude thmUltU41e the themultitude
multitude from the balcony of the therectory Ullrectory therectory
rectory where six years ago Colonel
Roosevelt Roo and Cardinal Gibbons stood stoodwhen stoodwhoa
when bea they tDe delivered addresses at the e
dedication of St Patricks Academy
The church and rectory were re yesyyendent resplendent r rSPNJMI ¬
syyendent splendent SPNJMI Rt with Ith red white and blue blueelectric bbeetectrlc blueelectric
electric lights the vast crowd sans sanssacred sangsacred an ansacreel
sacred ana and patriotic p tl tlc songs 80 and cheer cheerafter cheerattr cheer cheerafter
after cheer rent the air airIn airIR airIn
In the processional that marche1
from the t rectory to the th door of t tdesiastteal to toehueh
eI1uch were scores or altar boy ec e
desiastteal students tudeRt the clergy of tie tuedty tiectty tiecity
city monsignors JDODSl ftOrs AreJtbishor Arch rehCli sislwp 9r Irelan Ir JanJ JanJaM 1 1and 1and
and Archbishop Falconio and last lastthe lastUte lastthe
the cardinal and his suite suiteSeated suiteSeated suiteSeated
Seated On Scarlet Throne ThroneThe ThroneThe ThroneThe
The cardinal can 1 occupied a scarlet throne throneon th1OIHon
on the gospel side of the altar fade fadea facing facinga
a similar shi throne e occupied by MgT Fa Faconio FaCOI Facopio
conio on the epistle epistlehle side Standing before be before before ¬
fore the great altar Cardinal Canii al V Vannts Vanntstelli YanDutelli annu annutelii
telli pronounced the papal Messing on orethe over overthe onthe
the kneeling congregation eoogrega Oft The bene benediction benetllet berredictian ¬
diction tllet hymns were then suits UR and the tbebrief thebrief thebrief
brief service concluded by the benedic benediction bened1Ction benedlction ¬
tion of the blooccd sacrament the thegoMen theb thegolden
golden b monstrance containing the Host Hostbeing HostDeIDs Hostbeing
being raised aloft by the be envoy eAY himself himselfCardinal himselfCardinal imae1 imae1CanUnt
Cardinal VannutelH left the rector rectorrimmediately rectorbnmedtately rectorsimmediately
immediately on conclusion of the ser service serice seeice ¬
ice ice saMrtg no j lag that he was almost exhaust exh2WIwftt exhausted
ed witt the strenuous visiting of the theday theQY theday
day ile lI a remained at the apostolic le legation IegatiR 1egatioa ¬
gation as guest ue t of Mgr r Falconio FalconioCardluaf FaIconIoCardh Fa CODIO CODIOCarditat
Cardh Cardluaf f VannuteJli in speaking of ofthe orthe ofthe
the loyalty he has seen expressed eJOr Ijy
Washington Catholics said that if
America was young oun in science lewee and the thearts th tharts thearts
arts yet et it was about the oldest in de devotion de deToUa devotloa ¬
votion to the Holy Father He further
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