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Vol xxiv xxiv NO7 No 7 DeLand v Volusia u Count County t Fi Florida ric1a FridaFebruary Friday Frid F February I Y 12 1909 9 9 H = roo r per p Year yca
11 I THE SCHOOL CONFAB CONFABCORNER CONFABCORNER CONFABCORNER
I 111111111111111 111111111111111The CORNER CORNERThe 1
The he school officials have no de desire desire desire ¬
sire to be autocratic nor dictatorial dictatorialin
in the administration of school schoolaffairs schoolaffairs schoolaffairs
affairs We Ve know that the general generalpublic generalpublic generalpublic
public ought to be and are deeply deeplyinterested deeplyinterested deeplyinterested
interested in education It is not notonly notonly notonly
only proper but very desirable that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the acts of public officials be closely closelyscrutinized closelyscrutinized closelyscrutinized
scrutinized and open to intelligent intelligentcriticism intelligentcriticism intelligentcriticism
criticism Indifference is the great greatest greatest greatest ¬
est menace to public good But it itis itis itis
is very essential that those who whocriticise whocriticise whocriticise
criticise be informed on the matters matterswhich matterswhich matterswhich
which they th y undrtake to discuss discussWe discussWe discussWe
We are all painfully aware that thatour thatour thatour
our public school system is far farfrom farfrom farfrom
from perfect The results are not notsatisfactory notsatisfactory notsatisfactory
satisfactory in many ways There Thereseems Thereseems Thereseems
seems to be a general awakening to tothe tothe tothe
the fact that our schoo re not notmeeting notmecting notmeeting
meeting the needs of tim timBut timBut gj gjBut
But the remedy rcmed is not c y to find findand findand findand
and it is pure nonsemj of those thosewho thosewho
who have not made a careful I
of educational problems to sputter sputterover sputterover sputteri
i over trivial and superficial details detailswhen detailswhen detailswhen
when it is evident that there is issomething issomething issomething
something fundamentally wrong wrongHow wrongHow wrongHow
U How to rectify the wrong in just justthe justthc justthe
the right way is engaging the most mostearnest mostearnest mostearnest
earnest attention of our profound profoundest
est thinkers and it is but just thut thutwe thatwe thutwe
we should try to keep in touch with withthis 5iththis ith iththis
this advance thought and research researchso
1 so that we may not retard but butassist butassist butI butassist
assist its progress It will take taketime takeII taketime
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time and thought and and patience to toevolve toevolve toevolve
II evolve this new regimen of better betterthings betterI betterthings
I things but it is coming Let us ushelp ushelp
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I help all we can hinder as little as aswe asWc aswe
we can keep out of the way and andtry andtry and andtry
try to keep step with every cvcr ad advance advance advance ¬
vance movement movementWe movementle t tW
We W le c believe that the press is a agreat agreat agreat
great educational agency and ctt can cunrender canrender l li
i render great service to our public publicschools publicschools publicschools
schools Ve e believe that univer universal uniorsal universal ¬
sal education is a live subject and andshould andshould andshould
should ever be kept before the public pub public public ¬
lic We believe that education is a afar afar afar
far broader subject than is covered coveredby coveredby coveredby
by our school curriculum and t4 that thatits at atits j jits
its value to determined more by bywhat I
what a man is than by J what he heknows heknows heknows
knows We believe that the same samemethods samei
i methods used to enlist interest in inany inI inany
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any other enterprise will be effect effectual effectI ¬
ual in arousing a greater interest interestour
t I I 1 our schools Therefore it is our I
purpose to take up the discussion discussionof
of educational problems and policies poli policies po Ii IiI ¬
I cies through the columns of every everycounty everyt
t county paper that will give us the thespace thespace thei
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we do not necessarily endorse all allthat allt allthat
t that we publish for it is impossible impossiblethat
that we should come to any just justconclusions justI
I t conclusions unless we look at both bothsides botht bothsides
t sides of a question So let us look lookfacts lookfacts lookfacts
facts squarely quarel in the face and not nottry nott
f try to dodge issues Issues nor defend pet pettheories petf pett I
t theories Ve V e cannot a afford to miss missthe missthe I
f the truth I
Please ase do not think us presump presumptuous plesumpi presumptuous ¬
i tuous if we undertake to discuss discusssubjects discusssubjects discusssubjects
subjects that are much more fully fullyand fullyI
I rl I and ably presented in our current currentperiodicals currentt i I
t periodicals The fact is a great greatmajority I Itl
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F magazine readers and many of ofthem off ofthem
them take no periodical except a acountv afOunty nounty
fOunty countv paper It is evident there therei thereLOrc
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The grandest musical event that over overok evcrtook evertook
took tookntten ok place in Florida is being largely largelattendcd
tended ntten nttenweek attended < in Stetson University this thistook th1sweek thisweek
week
TilE MESSIAH MESSIAHThe MESS1 IESSIAJThe I IThe
The affair began Wednesday evening
with Handels Oratorio The Messiah1 Messiah1Those Messiah MessinhThose MessiahThose
Those who took part were the vesper vesperchoir vcspcrchoir vesperchoir
choir augmented to 50 voices voicesMrs voicegMrs voicesDtrs
Mrs Genevieve Clark Wilson Soprano SopranoMiss SopranoMiss SopranoMiss
Miss Elaine DeSellem Contralto ContraltoMr
Mr John B Miller Tenor TenorMr TcnorMr TenorDir
Mr Arthur Middleton Bass BassMrs BnssMrs BassMrs
Mrs C S Farriss Miss Julia E E1Vain E1Vainwright Wain Wainwright Wninwright
wright Pianists PianistsOrwin PinnistsOrwin PianistsOrwin
Orwin A Morse Organist OrganistJohn Ors OrganistJohn anist anistJohn
John W V Phillips Conductor ConductorORGAN ConductorORGAN ConductorORGAN
ORGAN RECITAL RECITALThis RECITALThis RECITALThis
This took place Thursday morning morningat
at 1100 it oo oclock Professor Orwin A AMorse AMorsc AMorse
Morse the successful director of the theSchool theSchool theSchool
School of Music presided at the organ organand organand organand
and rendered the following program programGuonocl programGuonod programGuonod
Guonod March from Queen of Sheba ShebaLacornbe ShebaLacombe ShebaLacombe
Lacombe Spring Serenade Arranged Arrangedfor
for organ by O A Morse MorseBach MoreBach MorseBach
Bach Toccata and Fugue in D Minor MinorKinder MinorKinder linorKinder
Kinder Berceuse BerceuseWidor BerccuseWidor I3erccuseWidor
Widor Allegro Cantabile from Fifth FifthSymphony FifthSymphonv FifthSymphony
Symphony SymphonvChOIJin
Chopin Funeral March MarchWagner MnrchWagner MarchWagner
Wagner Vbrspielto to Lohengrin LohengrinTannhauser JohengrinTannhauser LohengrinTannhauser
Tannhauser March
CONCERT BV D RBPRKSKNTATIVliS S OK nOR FLORIDA
j IDA MUSIC SCHOOLS SCHOOLSThis SCIIOOLSThis SCHOOLSThis
This took place at 4 4oo oo p m on Thurs Thursday Thursday Thursday ¬
day The program programVocal programVocal
Vocal Selected SelectedStetson Sc SelectedStetson 11rogram 11rogramVocal ectcd ectcdStetson
Stetson Glee Club ClubOrgan CluhOrgrm ClubOrgan
Organ Festival Fcst al Toccata olstenliolm Wolstt1l1ltolm13lrthn liolsknbolinMiss olstenliolmMiss
Miss Bertha Foster of f the School of ofMusical ofusicnl ofMusical
Musical usicnl Art Jacksonville JacksonvilleVocal JacksonvillcVocnl JacksonvilleFocal
Vocal Bercuse from Jocelyn Godard GodardMiss GodardMiss GodardHiss
Miss Lena Conkling of Stetson StetsonViolin StetsonViolin StetsonViolin
Violin Sonata op 52 2 No Grey
Mrs Florence D Ifequembcurg lhequetnhourg of the theFlorida tillFlorida theFlorida
Florida Female College TallahasseeMrs Tallahassee TallahasseeMrs
Mrs Edith TvlerGritlith at the piano pianoVocal pianoVocnl pianoVocal
Vocal Kings Prayer Lohengrin LohengrinWrttfHlY n
WrttfHlY WrttfHlYMr Wags V nV a lIt1r lIt1rMr r rMr
Mr Walter Drenner Rollins College CollegeWinter CollcgcWintlr CollegeWinter
Winter Park ParkOrgan ParkOrgan ParkOrgan
Organ Spring Song Hollins HollinsMiss HollinsMiss 01S 01Sliss
Miss liss Foster FosterViolin Foste1Violin FosterViolin
Violin Aria and Gavotte Ga vottc from fromEnglish f1omEnglish fromEnglish
English Suite Bach ttachMrs BachMrs 13achMrs
Mrs Hequembotirg
Vocal Harmony Del Dclldgo Dclldgoliss Rcigo RcigoMiss RegoMiss
Miss liss Lena Conkling
Miss Eva Baker at the organ organPiano organPiano organPiano
Piano Ballade in G Minor Chopin LhopittMiss Chopilltiss ChopinMiss
Miss Julia Wainwright Wainwt ght of Stetson StetsonPiano StetsonPiano StetsonPiano
Piano and Organ Allegro Grazioso GraziosoTschaikowsi GraziosoTscltaikottsi GraziosoTsclaikowsi
Tschaikowsi TschaikowsiMiss TscltaikottsiMiss TsclaikowsiMiss
Miss Kcipp and Miss iss Foster FosterCONCERT FostcrO FosterCOSCIRT
CONCERT O CI HT BY I SOIO gUARTKT gUARTKTTHURSDAY QUHTHTTlIlRSIIA QUARTIiTTEuksi45
THURSDAY 800 S CO P 1 M MMrs JtMrs r rrs
Mrs rs Genevieve Genc ce Clark Wilson Soprano SopranoMiss Sop1lnotiS SopranoMiss
Miss tiS Elaine DeSellem Contralto ContraltoMr
Mr tr John B Miller Tenor TenorMr Tenc IenorMr > l ltr
Mr tr Arthur Middleton Bass BassAssisted BassAssisted BassAssisted
Assisted bv bvMrs h hlrs byMrs
Mrs lrs Edith l dith TvlerGriflith th pianists pianistsMiss pianisteMiss pianistcIiss
Miss Iiss Bertha Foster l oster Organist OrganistMr
Mr A Pauli Cellist CellistIECTURK Cellist1I Cellist1ECTtRE
IECTURK 1I CTtIRI RECITAL 1U CITAI 11Y D JOHN W PHILLIPS PHILLIPSFRIDAY Ill InuIIPSFRIDAY 111IIS 111IISIRID
FRIDAY IRID II UOO I loo A M MMr 11Mr 1 1lr
Mr lr Phillips was assisted by by Miss Mi s
soprano and Mrs lrs J W
accompanist The program programMorning progmmMorning wogrziiMorning
Morning Greeting
Faith in Spring
Hark I Hark the Lark LarkMiss Larkliss LarkMiss
Miss liss Conkling
FIVE MURDERERS MURDERERSIN
IN COUNTY JAIL JAILAt
At the t he present time there are arefive arefive arefive
five persons charged with murder murderconfined murdetconfined murderconfined
confined in the county jail This Thiswill Thiswill Thiswill
will give an interesting term of ofCircuit ofCircuit ofCircuit
Circuit Court when it meets in the thespring thespring thespring
springThere spring springThere springThere
There is Mclver lIcI vcr the Seville Sevillenegro Seyillenegro Sevillenegro
negro charged with murdering murderinganother murderinganother murderinganother
another negro and placing his body bodyon
on the railroad track trackon
on the railroad track
I through which to reach the th people peopleand peopleand peopleand
and popularize any enterprize enterprizeWe
We Ve shall welcome all informa information ¬
tion suggestions discussions and andclippings andclippings
clippings just so they do not take taketoo taketoo taketoo
too much of our time We Ve shall be beglad beglad beglad
glad to answer any questions so sofar sofar sofar
far as we can that are of general generalinterest generalinterest generalinterest
interest Please look out for us in inthe inthe
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The Guide Post PostMr PostMr PostMr
Mr Phillips PhillipsWho PhillipsWhto
Who is Sylvia SylviaMy Syl SylviaMy via viay
My y Sweet ReposeResting Repose ReposeResting ReposcResting
Resting Place
Miss Conkling
The Wayside Inn InnCourage InnCourage butCourage
Courage CourageThe
The Counterfeit
Mr Phillips PhillipsCONCERT PhillipsCONCERT PhillipsCONCERT
CONCERT IIY II SWIFTS ORCHESTRA ORCHESTRAThis ORCIIJo ORCHESTRAThis rtItA rtItAThis
This will take place at 4100 4 00 oclockthis oclock oclockthis oclockthis
this afternoon Personnel PersonnelWiley PersonnelWiley PersonnelWiley
Wiley Pope SwiftConductorHenrv Swift SwiftConductor Conductor ConductorHenry
Henry Henry E Eichler B F Jnnness JnnnessFirst JrmnessFirst JennessFirst
First Violins ViolinsFrank WolinFrank VfolinsFrank
Frank J Koubele KoebeleSecond Second Violin ViolinA
A Schussel SchusselViolu SchusselVioluA Viola ViolaA
A Pauli PauliCella PauliCellaO Cello
0 L Southland SouthlandBass SouthlandBassP Bass BassP
P Amerena Amercnarlute AmercnarluteMont Flute FluteMont
Mont ArcyPirst Arey First Clarionet ClarionetRoswell ClarionetRoswcll ClarionctRoswell
Roswell b Busline BushnellSecond Second Clari Clarionet Clarionet Cladenet ¬
onet onetAlfred
Alfred Banan BananCornet BananCornetFrank BananCornetFrank Cornet CornetFrank
Frank 0 Dodge DooeTrombonl DooeTrombonlWilliam DodgeTrombone1Villiaat Trombone TromboneWilliam
William F MoGovern MG kOvern1ympanum kOvern1ympanuman Tympanum Tympanumand
and an Drum
I ELIJAH IJA
The great oratorio for which Director Directolore
Morse ore has been training too voices for forthe forthe forthe
the past three months mon ths will take placethis place placethis placethis
this evening at 800 8 00 oclock and will willattract willnttract willattract
attract the largest audience of the fes festival festlal festival ¬
tival This will the the banner event eventof cventof eventof
of the fes festival fe d iyal val Those who take part partwill partwill partyill
will he the DeLand IcI tid Choral Society Sdet of oftoo oftoo
too voices voicesSwifts voicesSwifts voicesSwifts
Swifts Orchestra of Boston BostonMrs BostonMrs
Mrs 15 Genevieve Clark Wilson Soprano So Soprano Soprano ¬
prano pranoMiss pranoliss pranoKiss
Miss liss Lena Conkling Mezzo Soprano SopranoMiss
Miss Iiss Elaine Eta ilte DeSellem Contralto ContraltoMr
Mr rr John B Miller TenorMr Tenor TenorMr TenorIt
Mr It Arthur Middleton Bass BassMrs BassIr BassMrs
Mrs Ir C L S Farriss I piano pianoMrs pianors pianoMrs
Mrs rs G B Selden Organ UrganOn OrganOn OrganOrtin
On Ortin in Allison Morse A A G 0 Con 011 ¬
ductor ductorAll dUd ductolAll or
All 11 the entertainments have been
largely attended musicloving people peoplecoming peoplecoming peoplecoming
coming from every section of the State StateDirector StateDirector StateDirector
Director Morse has made a complete completesuccess completeSUCCCSg completesuccess
success of the event and deserves great greatcredit greatcredit reat reatcredit
credit for his untiring ulltirin efforts He 113 has hasbeen hasueell hasbeen
been ably ahl assisted by Mr II E G Baldwin Baldwinand Baldwinand Baklsvinand
and Mr MrA r A L I r L Stthrie the other two twomembers twol1embcls twonicntber5
members of the Lyceum Committee CommitteeMEMBERS CommitteelIi CommitteeMIiM11I
MIiM11I MEMBERS lIi tIlBH Rs 01 OF THE Tit E DELANI cno CHORAL CHORALSOCIETV CIIORAISOClli1 i isowIi1Y
SOCIETV THE VESPER vI sIIR CHOIR AND ANDTHE INUTIIB ANDTIIit
THE GLEE CLUUALInIS CLUU CLUUAut CLUUALII
Aut ALInIS > is MRS IRs J F FALLDIS pALWIS FALLniS
ALLDIS MR J F FATKINSON FATRISSON FATEiNSON
ATKINSON MRS IRs J C CBLISS CBIISS CBliss
BLISS MRS IRS E EBARRON EBAitRON
BARRON 3 RRO MRS RS MAUD MAUDBARRON iLtuDBAttkoN tU1 tU1BHRO >
BARRON Miss hss INEZ INEZBISHOP rNI INIzBISHOP Z ZB1SIOl
BISHOP Miss I1ss MATTIE MATTIEBOUCHELLE MATTIEi30UCiRIjit tATTIEBOUCIlIII
BOUCHELLE Miss tss EVA EVABOUCHELLE EVABouclI I55AB0UCIIELL1
BOUCHELLE BouclI ELLIi Miss tss Flt FRANCES czs czs13R0AnSELL
BROADWELL Miss tSS EtsuBARER ELSIE ELSIEBAKER EISIEBARER
BARER Miss Irss EVA EVACODRINOTON Ev EvCODRI EVACODRINGTON
CODRINOTON CODRI GTO MRS if r RS C O
GTON Miss t ISS GERTRUDECROUat GERTRUDE GERTRUDECROUCH G liRTRUDI liRTRUDICROUCII
CROUCH MRS G W 1VCONKiING WCONKLING WCONKIING
CONKIING Miss l1ss LENA LENACOTTON r LENACOTTON NA NACOTTON
COTTON MR I W WCARLTON WCARITON V VCARLTO
CARLTON MR IR D E ECARLTON ECARLTON ECARLTON
CARLTON MR IR L FCRANCI F FGRANGE FCRANCI
CRANCI MRS W IL ILCRAMER M MCRAMER r rCRAMER
CRAMER MR F E EDANIELS EDANIJLS EDANiELS
DANIELS Miss I1ss M 1 ELIZADAVis ELIZA ELIZADAVIS ELIZADAVIS
DAVIS Miss MYRTLEDINNMNG MYRTLE MVRTLIsDINNING 1RTIEDINNING
DINNING Miss ILA ILADURRANCE IADurmACE IIADURRANCE
DURRANCE MR I R C M
J I John Johnson charged with the themurder themurder themurder
murder of a negro at Bonds milllog mill milllog milllog
log camp Johnson has not yet yetbeen yetbeen yetbeen
been given a preliminary hearing hearingbut hearingbut hearingbut
but this will be done in a day or ortwo ortwo ortwo
two twoFrank
Frank Dawsey charged with withkilling withkilling withkilling
killing another negro at Osteennamed Osteen Osteennamed
named John Williams Dawsey Dawseystuck Dawseystuck Dawseystuck
stuck a threeedged file into Wil Williams Williams Vil Villinms ¬
liams breast just over the heart heartWilliams heartVilJiams heartWilliams
Williams pulled out the file cried criedHes criedHes criedHes
Hes killed me and fell overdead over overdead overdead
dead The quarrel was over a awoman awoman awoman
woman Dawsey and Williams Williamswere Williamsvere Yilliamswerc
were both mere boys 14 or 15 h S yearsof years yearsof yearsof
of age ageThen ageThen ageThen
Then there is Theodore Hart Hartthe Hartthe Hartthe
the Daytona negro charged withthe with withthe withthe
the murder of his wifeThe wife wifeThe wifeThe
The Rev Hc Austin H Jolly DD pres president president president ¬
ident of the Presbyterian College of ofFlorida ofFlorida ofFlorida
Florida will occupy the pulpit of the thePresbyterian thePresbyterian thePresbyterian
Presbyterian church next Sunday both bothmorning bothmorning bothmorning
morning and evening
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DANIELS Miss ISS RUTH RUTHGRAY RurnGRH RuriiGRAY
GRAY MRS IRS CAMPBELL CAMPBELLGRAY CAoIInl CA irn1Li irn1LiGRAY LI LIGRAY
GRAY REV CA11rn1 CAMPBELL CAMPBELLGAIBRAITH CAMfBBIrGArIIRAITII l1 l1GAInRA11It
GAIBRAITH Miss ANNIGARDH ANNE ANNEGARDNER ANNGAHDJnt
GARDNER R Miss MARION
GARDNER GARI > NIR R Miss OLIVE OLIVEHAMPTON OIVEllAMPlON OiIVEIIAMIT0N
HAMPTON Miss ESTHER ESTHERHAMPTON ESTIII ESTHERHAMPTON R RHAMPTON
HAMPTON Miss lss SALOanFAPPEUSETT SALOME SALOMEHAPPERSETT SALOMHHAIIFHSHTT
HAPPERSETT Miss GUILDA GUILDAHIIIBARD GUltAHIII GuItOAHII1RARD
HIIIBARD HIII ARD Miss EMIIY EMIIYHULLBY EllIfYHULI Eii EiiHutIiY
HULLBY HULI y Miss HARRIET HARRIETHYDE HARRIETHvuJo HARRIETHYnE
HYDE Miss MARIANNA MARIANNAHAMMOND jlARIANNAHAMMOND MARIANNAIAMAIOND
HAMMOND MRS G A AHAMMOND AIIA A1IAMMOn
HAMMOND IIA r loN MR lH G A AHARKNESS AlARKNPSS AIIARKNESS
HARKNESS Miss KATHERINK KATHERINKHBEDNER KATIIIRINIIHEDNIH KATHERINEHEEnNER
HBEDNER MR W DHAYNES D DHAYNES DllA
HAYNES llA YNES MRS L I M MJONES MJONgS MJONES
JONES MR IR HUGH HUGHJONES HuollJONES MunnJONES
JONES MR IR CLAUDE CLAUDEJONES CLAUDIJONI CLAUnEJONES
JONES JONI S MRS MAUD F FJACKSON FJACKSON FJACKSON
JACKSON MR L I H HKIRK HKIRK HKIRK
KIRK MRS A E 15KENNEDY EKENNEtH EKsNNEDY
KENNEDY Miss MAY MAYLONGDON MAvLONGDON MAYLONGDON
LONGDON MR tR F C CLOCKLAR CLOCKLR CLOCKLAR
LOCKLAR MIss OLIVE OLIVEMoksE OlIVRMORSE DIIVMORSf
MORSE MRS O A AMACE AMACE < IIcP
MACE Miss MARORIEMARTIEN MARJORIR MARJORIRMARTIEN IARORI IARORIMARTWN
MARTIEN Miss E W WMARTIN WARTIN V VMARTIN
MARTIN ARTIN Miss 15 EMILLER J I IMILLHR
MILLER MRS G A AMARTIN AMARTIN A AMARTIN
MARTIN MR rR W J 1
MJCKLK 1 ICI LH MR R W V V VMcCuLiocii YMcCul1ocll Vi1cCultoci1
McCuLiocii Miss A J
GATES MRS IRs J E EPAGE EPAGE EPAGE
PAGE Miss LILLIAN LILLIANPOUNDS LILLIANPOUNDS LILLIANPouxns
POUNDS Miss LILLIE LILLIEPURDON LILLIEPunuoN I
PURDON MRS tRS D H HPURDON HPUHDOS HPui
PURDON Pui noN Miss GERTRUDE GERTRUDEPATTON GHRTRUDPATTO GiRTRUDEPATTON
PATTON MRS ROBERT ROBERTPHILLIPS RODI ROBERTPnnLPS RT RTrRS
PHILLIPS MRS rRS J W WPHILLIPS WPIlILII1 WPIIILLIIS
PHILLIPS > S MR rR J W WPATTISON WPTTISO WPATTisoN
PATTISON Miss CARRIE CARRIEPATTISHALL CRR CRRPATT1SIAIL CARRIEPATTISIiAiL
PATTISHALL MR IR E G GROSA GRosA GRosA
ROSA MRS C 13 13ROSA BROSA 13ROSA
ROSA MR rR C B BRILEY BRHln 13Rillv
RILEY Miss MARIE MARIEROSEIIOROUGH MARIEROSIWOROUGII MARIER0slln0R0UGu
ROSEIIOROUGH Miss JANET JANBTROSEBOROUGH JANRTROSItJOROUGII JANETR0SEn0R0UG11
ROSEBOROUGH MR R W WROCKWOOD WROCKWOOD WRocrwoon
ROCKWOOD Mr Ir R S SROBERTS SRonmns SROBERTS
ROBERTS MR IR RALPH RALIEIRACES RALPHRACEY RALIIIRACEY
RACEY MRS M RS R E ESTOUT ESTOUT ESTOUT
STOUT MRS IHS M B BSTOUT BSTOUT BSTOUT
STOUT MR C W WSPALDINO WSPAIDING WSPALDING
SPALDING Miss AWILDA AWILDASPALDING A AWILDASPALDINGMISS WILDA WILDASPALDING
SPALDINGMISS SPALDING Miss J L LSTULTZ LSTULTZ LSTULTZ
STULTZ MRS L I P PSHAVER PSHA PSHAVER
SHAVER SHA VER Miss MSrovER M MSTOVER f fSroVI
STOVER SroVI R MR IR I C CSELDEN CSmDEN CSEIDEN
SELDEN MR IR GEO GEOSTULTZ GEOSTUITZ GiSOSTUITZ
STUITZ MR tH WM WMVANDERVORT WMVMWHRORT VuVANUERVORT
VANDERVORT Miss JANIE JANEEVELnoURNE JANIEWELBOURNE
WELBOURNE WrL OURNI MRS 1I s J F FWAINWRIOHT PW FNAINWRiOIIT
WAINWRIOHT W AINWRIGIlT Miss hss JULIA JULIAWARE JULIAWARE JULIAWARE
WARE Miss lrss EVVA EVVAWASHBURN EVVAWSII EVVAS
S WASHBURN WSII ASIIBU1tN UIW Miss LILLIB LILLisATiIRJiAN LILLIBWATERMAN I1lLIW
WATERMAN W ATiIRJiAN ATER IAS MRS E f fWATERJIAN L LWATERMAN LW
WATERMAN W ATER IAN Miss ADDIE GRACE GRACEWATTS GRCEWATTS GRtCEWATTS
WATTS Miss hss ETHEL ETIIELWIIITTiE ETHELWHITTLE ETJII L LWllITTII
WHITTLE Miss LUCY LUCYWHITTLE Iuc IucW1l1TTIJ LucyHITTLE
WHITTLE HITTLE Miss LOUISE LOUISEWHITFIELD LOUISHWI1ITJLI LOUISEWIIITFIRLn
WHITFIELD > Miss E M MWIIMSHURST MWILMsliuRSr t tWl
WIIMSHURST Wl rslwRsT MR tR H J
WIGGINS MR rR C Clt CltZmGLHR MZIEGLnR M MZIEGLER
ZIEGLER Miss ltss MAR MARZIEOLER MARZIEG1ER IAR IARZIEGIIH
ZIEOLER MR tR F M MZlEGLER MZIEGIlm MZIEGLER
ZIEGLER MRJ MR tR J F
Mrs rrs D I B Moore and two daughters daughtersthe daughterthe
the Misses Kathryn and Frances l ranccs and andMrs andlrs an anMrs
Mrs lrs Albert Schuliies arrived this week weekfrom wckfrom yyce yycefrom
from Washington D C They have haverooms haveroom hayrooms t
rooms at Mrs A L I baileys Da for the res resof rest restof r st stof t
of the season seasonMr seasonIt
Mr if It r Henry lIenr L Boyd Bc and wife arrived arrivedfrom arriv arrivesfrom d dfrom
from Chicopee Falls Mass Inss the first of ofthe ofthe o othe t
the week and are with Mrs tlS Wetherell Wetherellon
on Michigan avenue avenuedaughter aWlluedaughter avenuedaughter
daughter shall look after thy babes babesand babesand babeand s
and thou canst go forth and find findwork findwork findwork i
work until thou canst make thy thyself thyself ¬
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parture came certain moneys were wereplaced Wcltplacud wereplaced
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paid me all the wage whcrefor I Ihave Ihnv Ihave
have toiled And the mistress mistresscried mistre mistrecried 1nistrescried
cried unto her with a loud loti voice voiceand voiceand voiceand
and said Go hence Thinkest Thinkestthou lhinke5tthou lhinkestthou
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tress paid me not in full And Andthe Andthe Andthe
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to lay our heads nor food to eatTurn eat eatTurn eatTurn
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ministers wife and she went unto untoher untoher untoher
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