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Graduating Class of Nurses L D S Hospital HospitalTop
Top row rowReading Reading from left to right LJna Wilhelrnma Dyruff Metta Elenora Ele nora Nelson Alice f Rogers Middle Mldderow Middlerow Hdderoae
row roae row = Nancy Osborne Freda Eleanor Jensen Marion Ida Douglas Dong Dorothy Malben and Miss I Nash b suprintendeit suprintendeitBottom superiutendeBottom nntendeBottom
Bottom row rowMargaret Margaret Ingersoll Marjorie Moss Franklin Marie Lyle Proctor Beulah Bachman Mary laT Emma Garn
For the second se nd time in two years the thenumber then themumberthirteen
mumberthirteen n number mber thirteenwill thirteen will prove a lucky 1uek r one onefor onefor onefar
for the tbeaweet sweet s eet girl girhgraduates graduates of the Latter Lat Latternay Latt = ¬
ternay t ter r daySalnts flay Saints hospital Ea Eadh b year y a aclass aclass aclass
class of thirteen has completed compl ted the thecourfe thecou thecourse
course cou e at the hospital and received the themedals them themedals
medals m da1s and certificates awarded them themThisyear themrhis themThlayearr
Thisyear rhis year graduation the exercises will willtajce willta1 willtake
take ta1 < e place on Thursday evening in 1nWhitney inWhltn inWhitney
Whitney Whltn y hall when in addition to the theufual th thu4iaf theu4ual
ufual ceremonies Dr Joseph G Rich Richards Rlchazdsthe Richards ¬
ards azdsthe the head of the hospital staff will willdeliver wlJldollteran wij11dellter
deliver dollteran an address to the class and pre present present present ¬
sent the certificates certificatesAttorney certificatesAttorney certificatesAttorney
Attorney F S Richards will alsonjake also alsoinake alsonl
inake nl njake ke an address and there will be beinu3lc beJ1uSIc beItIuIC
inu3lc Following the formal programarr program programa
arr a reception tti ptlon will be held IteI followed by bydancing byda byr
r dancing da 1 1ng The Theyoun young women of the class classhyebeen classb classbeen
hyebeen b te been having the last part of their theiryears theiryears theiryears
years work relieved of its customary customarymonotony customafR1
o monotony R1 10t01 by numerous entertainments entertainmentsand entertainmentsand
and an and pleasant ple nt affairs arranged in their theirhontjrinthe theirhonQrin theirhongrin
hontjrinthe honQrin the past pastfew few weeks and these theseeventswill thesee theseevegts
eventswill e evegts I1tswlll will continue through the pres present present presept ¬
ent week Mrs Joseph Wells will give giveahevening giveait ve vean
ahevening an evioing party for them tomorrow tomorrownight tomorrownight tomorrownight
night and Tuesday evening the junior
class will entertain them at the Colonial Colonialand Colonialand Colonialand
and at a supper following followingThe
The course which they the complete is a athreeyear athreeyear athreeyear
threeyear course embracing that period pe period penoo ¬
riod of practical work besides the regular reg regular regular ¬
ular hours of study stud Meantime the girls girlshave girlshave girlshave
have had a beautiful home life in the thesplendid theplendld thesplendtd
splendid nurses home adjoining the
hospital together with H much that goes goesto
to make life among a crowd of young youngwomen youngWomen oungwomen
women interesting despite the hard hardwork hardwork hardwork
work in the hospital Some of them themwilL themwill
will wilL remain at the hdbpital h pltal for sometime some sometime ometime
time longer accepting positions of ofhonor ofI ofionor
honor 10nor there before going out to under undertake undertake
I take individual cases
I Twenty Tw nty Women Soldiers of the World orfd I
No 8 Christopher Welsh Irish IrishDragoon IrishDragoon IrishDragoon
Dragoon Christian Davies DaviesIt
It is very vef fittingly left to an Irish Irishwoman IrishwOD1an Irishwoman
woman soldier to lend a touch of com comedjr comy
edjr e y and lighten up the somber and serl serious serlJus serlous ¬
ous record of the military heroines who whofought whofought whofought
fought for freedom There were enough enoughhumorous enoughhumorou enoughhumorous
humorous escapades and adventures adventurescrowded adventuresCtowded adventurescrowded
crowded into the life of Christian Cavenaugh Cav Cavenaugh Cavel ¬
enaugh el iugh the wild rollicking daredevil daredevilIrish daredevilIrish daredevilIrish
Irish girl to furnish the material for an anopera anopera anopera
opera bouffe bouffeShe boutteShe bouffeShe
She was the only daughter of a Dub ¬
Sin brewer br wer born on her fathers farm In
1657 and from the earliest accounts of ofher ofher ofher
her from the thetlme time she learned to walk walkshe walks11e walkshe
she seems to have Iave made things interest interesting interestIng Interesting ¬
ing not only for Her parents but the thtneighborhood th thneighborhood theneighborhood
neighborhood as well by b her daring daringpranks daringprank daringpranks
pranks She was a cross between Rory RoryOMore Ror RorO RoryOMore
OMore O ore and Xapler Tandy TandyOne Tand TandOne TandyOne
One of her favorite stunts was to da dashmadly dash dashmadly > h hmadly
madly over the country roads on the theback th thback theback
back of one of her fathers blooded bloodedhorses bloodedhorses bloodedhorses
horses cleaning hedges and ditches ditchesand ditchesand ditchesand
and occasionally firing off a pistol to toliven toliven toliven
liven things thln up a bit and keep the theneighbors thcneighbors theneighbors
neighbors in a state of unenviable ex
cltement and wonder as to what she shewould shewould shewould
would do next nextHer nextHer nextHer
Her mother who was a serious dig dignified dignified dignified ¬
nified woman used fruitless efforts to toimpress toImpress tolmpress
impress upon the wilful Christian the theadvantages theadvantages theadvantages
advantages of an education but never neversucceeded neversuc neversucceeded
succeeded suc eeded In keeping her at school more morethan morethan morethan
than a few days at a time She finally finallygave finallygave finallygave
gave up in despair with the result that thatChristian thatI thatChristian
Christian could neither read nor write writeand writeand writeand
I and to her death could only indicate indicateher indicateher indicateher
her name by a cross crossHer cramHer
I Her father who ho was much away from fromhome Cromhome fromhome
home as his business kept him in Dub Dublin DubIlin DubIn ¬
Ilin lin seems to have fostered her tomboy tomboyproclivities tomboyI tomboyproclivities
proclivities instead of curbing them themHe themHe themHe
I He taught her to ride shoot and fence fenceand fencei fenceand
i and there was scarcely I any work about aboutthe aboutI aboutthe
the farm from pitching hay to plowing plowingthat
I that Christian could not do doHer doHer doHer
Her patriotism which is instinctive instinctiveto
to every evef Irish heart was aroused to tofever tofenr tofever
fever heat when her father espoused espousedthe
the cause of King James and the Stu Stuarts Stuarts Stuarts ¬
arts by raising a company of horse horseknown horseknown horseknown
known as the Cavenaugh Dragoons Dragoonsand
and fought gallantly at the battles of ofBoyne otBone ofBoyne
Boyne and Aghrim After the latter latterbattle latterbattle I
battle Captain Cavenaugh came home homeon I
on a few days furlough accompanied accompaniedby
by a dashing young French officer Cap Captan Captan Captan
tan Baudeaur whose polished military militarymanners ml1ltaryI
I manners quite captivated the wild Irish Irishgirl Irishgirl Irishgirl
girl Her grief and amazement when whena
a short time after this the French offi officer officer otfleer ¬
cer was killed while bravely bravcl holding the thebridge th thbrldgp thbridge =
bridge at Limerick and was found to tohave tohae tohave
have been a woman Nor was Chris Christian ChrIstian Christian ¬
tian the only one who ho marveled at this thisdiscovery thisdsoyef thisdscovery
discovery for it was the nine days dayswonder d dayswonder s swonder
wonder of all Europe because of his hisheroic hisheroic hisheroic
heroic deeds on the battlefield To this thisgirlish thislr1isb thisgirlish
girlish experience no doubt may be betraced betraced betraced
traced the inspiration which impelled impelledChristian fmpelltdChristian impelledChristian
Christian a few years cars later when the theopportunity theopportunlt theopportunity I
opportunity presented prt > sented Itself to adopt adopta
a military rlIItaT career careerAt car careerAt er erAt
At the death of nor father which oc ocpurred orrurred occurred
purred about ths time she was as sent sentup sentup sentup
up to Dublin to live with a widowed widowedaunt wldodaunt widowedaunt
aunt who kept an Inn and who was in inmore Inmore inmore
more than comfortable circumstances circumstancesChristian circumstancesChristian circumstancesChristian
Christian Cavenaugh lived four years yearswith yearswith ears earswith
with this aunt who 110 was as exceedingly exceedinglyford
ford of her h r spirited niece and at h hr hrtdt hrdeath r rdeath
death > ath our heroine found herself bers lf sole soleheir soleheir soleheir
tdt heir to her aunts fortune She carried carriedon
on the business successfully for some sometime someI sometme
I I tme when she met and married Rich Richard RlchWelsh Richard ¬
ard Welsh one of her employes She Shewas Shewas Shewas
was desperately deSp rately in love with Welsh Welshwho Wcl Vclshwho h hwho
who suddenly dropped out of sight ono onoday on ondao onday
day without leaving a trace of his hiswhereabouts hiswhereabouts hiswhereabouts I
whereabouts Christian who was heart heartbroken hearlbroken heartbroken ¬
broken over her lossused every means meansto
to find her missing husband and had hadabout hadaMut hadabout
about given up the search when hen she shereceived sitereeeled shereceived
received a letter Which had been long longdelayed longdelayed
I delayed in delivers from him saying sayingthat saylngthnt sayingthat
that he had fallen in with an old friend friendan
an officer who had invited him aboard aboarda
a recruiting ship and as a result of ofsome ofsome ofsome I
some convivial drinks awakened to find findhimself finobiroe1C findhimself I
himself out at sea with nothing left leftto leftto leftto i
to him but enlistment in a regiment regimentbound reglmpntbound regimentbound
bound for Flanders On the receipt of ofths o oth8 ofths I i
ths the impulsive and undisciplined undisciplinedChristian undlsclpJlnedChristian undisciplinedChristian
Christian put her business into the thehands thehands thehands
hands of friends sent her two children childrenback childrenbark hlldrenbMk
back to the farm to their grandmothercropped grandmother grandmothercropped grandmothercropped I
cropped her hair dressed in a suit of ofthe ofI ofthe
I the th absent Richards clothes and en enlisted t enlisted > n nlIsted ¬ I
listed In a company of dragoons under underthe undrthE underthe I
the command of Lord John Hay HayShe Ha HaShe HayShe
She fought bravely at the battles of ofMenwegen oflenwegen ofMenwegen i
Menwegen Venfoo and Bonn She hail hailno hallno hadno
no difficulty in concealing con annS her sex as assh 1Ush asshe
sh was as large above the ordinary ordlnat te teniale fenale f fTIale I I
niale in height and an was possessed of o ar arunusually arUnlJ arunusually
unusually UnlJ Uany heavy voice At the battle of i i
DonauwMh < th sh she was 5 a
in i ih < I hip which hldl was W2 nev never > r extracted fxtrarfdThile pxtractfdWhile extractedWhile
While guarding some prisoners after afterth aftertlH
th tlH battle of Blenheim she recognized recognizedher i
her long 5os lost = t Richard who was a mem memr membll member i I
bll > > r of another company In the act of ofkissing ofkisin ofkissing i i
kissing a buxom Dutch woman At Attr Att I
tr t r first opportunity she be took the fickle Scktehusband ficklehcband ficklehusband
husband aside > and gave him the tongue tonguelashing tonguelahlng tonguelashing
lashing which he h merited and exacted exactedT
T promise that he would reveal her hericfntlty h hericentitr r ridlntlt
icfntlty to ll no one a vow which he heI heIle hese
I Ile serais se mS to have a kept for it was as not till tilllong unong tilllong
long afterat after at the battle of Bamlllies Bamlllieswhen RamHliesI Ramillleswhen
I when she received a fractured fmctu d skull skullwas skullWag skullwas
was carried to the hospital where she shej sheunderwent sheunderwent
j underwent a trepanning operation that thather thatI thather
I her sex became known and she was wasimmediately wasimmediately wasimmediately
immediately discharged from the ranks ranksi ranksmuch ranksmuch I
i much to her disgust She refused to tolleave toleave toleave
lleave leave however and made known the thei thefact I
i fart that she was Mrs Richard Welsh Welshand Welhand Welshand
Ii and the Incidents incl en1s which led up to her heri herenlisting
i enlisting Her commanding officer the theDuke theDk theDuke
I Duke of Argyle insisted on a wedding weddingceremony w weddingceremony dlng I
1 ceremony which was attended by the
officers and men who made the occa occasion occasion occasion ¬
sion the source of much merriment and andshowered andshowered
showered gifts on the plucky bride She
acted as sutler for three years until untilher
her her husband was killed at th tM battle of of1nSij
ilalplactuet Jli 1nSij Jplaquet when she searched searcl and andfouttd andfeuhd andfound
found his body Shefcas S1j 5 Injoonsolable Injoonsolableand t solable solablean
and an < < aroused the kindly klndt sympathy of a aCaptain aCaptain aCaptain
Captain Ross who aided her through throughher
her bereavement and she was known knownever knownever knownever
ever after a = Mother Roes RoesAn ROIoAn RoesAn
An evil fate seemed I emed to have followed followedher
her marital ventures fer she married r arrI d a agrenadier agrenadier agrenadier
grenadier Hugh Jones who wile wa killed killedwithin killedltl1ln killedwithin
within a year at the siege of Venant VenantIn
In 1712 she left the service e and went to toLondon toLondon toLondon
London where she war presented to toQueen
Queen Anne by her old commander and andfriend andfriend andfriend
friend the Duke of Argyle She was wasgiven wasgiven
given a pension by the queen of 0 a shill shilling shillIng shilling ¬
ing a day da for He She became a fad fadand fadand
and was s taken up by society while In InLondon inLondon i iLondon
London where she entertained entert lned at social socialfunctions socialfunctions i ifuncUons
functions by relating her experiences experienceson
on the battlefield She was as possessed
of the characteristic eloquence of the
Irish and her account fascinated her herauditors herauditors herauditors I I
auditors She finally returned to Dub ¬
lin where she made an effort to regain
her property but
was unsuccessful as asshe asshe asshe
she had delayed making her claim too
long It was at this time that she met metand metand metand
and married an old Id soldier named Da DaTies Davies Davies
vies From this on her career wa a acheckered acheckered acheckered
checkered one In which poverty and Ill Illness 111ne85 illness ¬
ness played an important part
She died at the Pensioners college ooU e
at Chelsea In 1739 at the age of MS
years The pathos of her only onl request
to be buried In the Pensioners
cem < < 18 ¬
etery at Chelsea was in striking con ¬
trast to the beginning of the life of this
wholesouled reckless klpss Irish IrlshgirL girl
Her memoirs taken from her herX
mouth X as Sh she 5erself herself put It t appeared appearedit
In li40 it complied led by an Anonymous
writer er said to
have havab been Defoe A
memorandum appears on the records of ofr
the Pemdon Pensioners rs college
r n > which iTimii reads
Died at Chelsea Christian Davies
who served several years as a drag dragundiscovered drR drRundiscovered draeundiscovered
undiscovered in the Royal R yal Inneski Inneskiregiment Innth Innthregiment Inneskregiment
regiment but was discovered di ered wh whn whncelved whnceived n nceived
ceived wound in King William WllIlamsat Williams s sat < s sat
at Aughrtm in Ireland IrelandHer IrelandHer IrelandHer
Her body was buried with ith mii1 mii1honors m ma mahonors +
honors Three grand rand salutes wen werr8M weras f fa
a 8M it was w lowered into the gra graoI graoomelal ra raofficial
official oI dal recognition by her count countthe courthe courcre
the e services rendered by this errati erratibrave t tbrave tbrave
brave woman warrior
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