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   Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - June 1, 1909, Woodland, California                                WEEKLY ESTABLISHED 1859 WOODLAND CALIFORNIA TUllSDAY EVENING 1TN DAILY ESTABLISHED 1877 MAYS CROWNING CEREMONY The Latest Celebration by Holy Rosary Academy Excels All Others of a Previous Character EVENTS IN THE SOCIAL WORLD Handkerchief Shower for Jud tampions Choice SHOES THAT WIN The Ever since I he foundation of Holy Rosary Academy its inmates have Mgnalized I lie iiassing of May by some special ceremonies but Monday even ings ceremony cclipsed all others in its pieUiresciue beamy During tlie day Okl Glory a beau tiful flag presentwl to he academy by the graduate Miss Dolla Gage aul Miss Anna Viclrn was raised over the building with informal but one Die less imposing ceremony and as the him to lisp that sweet name The sweetfaced moon reflects on cheerless night The rays of hidden sun to rise tomor row So unseen God still lets His promised liglit Through holy Mary shine upon our sorrow Ue Vere lias woven a beauti ful Chaiilel of Verso In the Virgin Mothers honor while her devoted ell dear OKI Lrlralored hauner on whosecut Reverend A B ONcil assistant broad field of blue there was the glow of golden stars typical of the states of this union it was hailed with de light by bulh pupils and teachers At 7 oclock the student body and Sisters formed in line anil walked in procession all around the grounds On reaching the newlyerected grotto whose inteiim glowed with the radi ance of rithyllined fairy lamps and gleamed with brightness of May blos soms Miss Anna Vieira president of the Sodality read the Act of Conse cration and crowned tlie stnlue with I he wreath loving hands hart woven After benediction the Cecelian Choral Club cnlertainocl with a genuine MADONNA EVENING Tlie following program was render ed Piano A May Song A liertie Alge Ave Maria Ros Miss Mary Norton Mary the Inspiration of Poesy and Song orig Miss Delia Gage piano Stahat Mater Miss Jessie Everest Avc Maria Miss OlgaKetel editor of the Ave Maria is placing daily poetic blossom on Marys shrine Father Fuller gave frequent expres sion to bis devotion in the beautiful Jlay Hymns so familiar to all while Cardinal Newman Father Ryan and nearly all of the Catholic pools have tuned their lyre in her praise And what about tlie musicians Have they felt he inspiration of the Mother Divine Ah yes indeed and many of them have set their sweetest strains to the angelic salutation with which Onbriel greeted her so long ago Few there are who have not felt the uplifting influence of a Rossinis Slabol Mater or a Gounods Ave Maria when their sweet strains float ed out on the silliness of the sanctuary of prayer scn May Hlossoms D 1st Miss Ethel Entertains in Honor of a Qu6slA Wedding Annivi aary Clobrated Miss Alice M Jean thinie of Judge 10 Y 1Tmptou of Woodland I was lie motif of a prettily appointed handkerchief shower Saturday even ing The wedding is announced for June Jose Mercury Miss ISIhel Lawson gave a delightful but Informal party Monday afternoon in honor of her guest Miss Mabel d of Berkeley The reception to be given at the liable esidence by the Woodland branch of tto Mills Alumnae Association on the vening of June 5th will begin at r Vcloek instead of G as originally irinted The mistake was due to care iss reading of the invitation it Admiration A dressy 2 eyelet ford For street or dress wear She MAUY OUR QUEEN By Anna Vieira stands in prayerful attitude violin Miss Grace Wright 2d violin Mia Rosalie Roberts piano Miss Ever en poem Mary Our Queen origin Aliss Anna Vieira Quartet Th3 Hosary Misses Norton Uiciuwood Clark Vieira piano Ave Maria Miss Delia Kims Farewell lo May Choral Club Miss Delia Gage and Miss Anna Vieira are the graduates this year in the regular course Their productions upon this occasion are of sufficient merit lo warrant reproduction They are as follows MAHY THIS INSPIRATION OF POESY AND SONG By Delia Gage Who lias been so honored In poetry and song as the Blessed Virgin tlie Queen of Heaven and earth Calholl and 1rolcstant poets have vied will each other In paying homage lo Ihe Mnther of Fair Iove and have en twined her brow with garlands of theii choicest poetic blossoms Foes Hymn to the Virgin flick ers up to heaven through the night as tlie one bright light of his clouded existence and truly may each of us echo Hie prayer of this girled pott In joy and good and 111 Mother of God be with me still A tear bedews her cheek O Holy Mother oer thy brood Keep walch in fondness meek And when my thoughts to thee ascend Whom God himself obeys 1 hope my prayers may sometimes blend With thine in heartfelt praise Obi model fair of virtues all A boon we aslc of thee That when Iby Bon for us shall call Our helper tbou wilt be Tbo quickly fleets Hie golden May Thy mouth loved Mother fair Oh may Uiy children bore today Its joyance always share And us with May tides blossoms rare We ciowiLthy brow serene We pray that all the Reasons fail May claim thee as their Queen Let my Future radiant shine Wilb sweet bosie of tUee and thine We may readily believe that the IhouKhls of the Hard of Reminiscence were with his own daughter when be put on the lips of Ellen Douglas the heroine of the Lady of the Lake Ibe hcrulifnl Hymn to the Virgin Ave Maria1 maiden mild Listen lo a maidens prayer Thou canst bear though from Ibe wild Thou cnost save amidst despair Safe may we sleep beneath thy care Though banished ontcust and reviled Maiden bear a maidens prayer Mother lieav a suppliant child Ave Maria Tiie worldfamed lines Woman among women glorified Our tainted natures solitary boast come from the Protestant Wordsworth lo crown with fitting tribute Ihe Wo man purer than foam on central ocean while they prove that the poet accepts at least In a poetic sense the Catholic dogma of be Immaculate Conception Who can tell the anxious waiting of the children of Israel for her who was to crush the serpents head uiulei her heel Hut long before her rca ndvent Mary gave inspiration lo their great prophet Isaiah who sang of the Virgin Mother of Ibe Kmnianuel Kcboes of this sublime prophecy ring out even in the Rpic of fardistant Finland Tliere the babo was born and cradled Of the Virgin Marietta Cradled In a Woodland manger Pure as pearly dews of morning Holy as of heaven At the Inspiration of the Blessed Mother all skepticism flees ami even Milton forgets bis Arfnn spirit to Inv a trllxile ni her feet Many lovers of Byron arc no doubt surprised al Lha feelings of reverence this restless genius displays In his greeting to the Ulessed Mother in the beautiful hymn Ave Maria tis the hour of prayer Ave Maria Its lie hour of love Ave Maria may our splrlls dnre 1ook up to thine and to thy Sons above Adelaide Ann Proctor Ms woven a lirniitirul garland of verse around the ninny titles of Mury Ihe dearest name of nil The Holiest and ho beat In John Jloyle OReillys beautiful NINTH GRADE GRADUATES board of examination held meeting Monday evening and finishe Ihe examination of Ihe candidates for graduation from the ninth grade The following were recommended for grad uation Charles Altueler Harold Grigsby John Lucero Walker Apper son Jack Lawson Waverly Hodge Mabel Miller Ixsta Reyer Bessie Chil dcrs Martha Mangold Myrtle Tillot soii Lila Duncan Umra Anderson Frances Snyder Margaret Craig Iren Flora Reitb Irene Griggs A number of friends of Mr and Mrs hilip Reidellwugh gave them a very leasant surprise at tlieiv residence torlh First street Monday evening in lonor of the 10th anniversary of their wedding day Those present were Mr mil Mrs E E Duncan Mr and Mrs I Van Camp Mr and Mrs B F Sum mers Mr and Mrs E Carrol Mr aul Mrs C H Wicks Mr and Mrs J S Fisher Miss May Fisher Miss Nellie Webb Miss Mabel Orlffes Miss Nina Roberts Mr V G Web It Mr Francis Webb Mr Hay Roberts Sir Bert Dnilds Mr Stanley Duncan and Mr R E Fisher Mr and Mrs Dave Harlan and Mr Joe McKarroll of Sacramento were guests of Mayor Mitchell and family Sunday and Monday and re turned home this morning They wete taken for a drive to the Sacramento river and in the evening hud some ex cellent shad fishing The party enjoy ed their outing and expressed rcgrst that it was so soon over Price Lines Comprise The Latest IDEAS In Womens Foot wear A swell all patent philu toe dress heel well or baud lurn lliilton and luce Hlacli London Smoke or lliowu Top From lo HUSTON BROS Retailers of Dopoinlsible Footwear yRAcoorj Edcrheimcr Stein Co MAKERS A CACHE UNEARTHED A man who was in the employ of J Sinis on Railroad street Monday while cutting weeds in front of Mr Sims residence found a lot of cheap watch chains rings and fraternal fobs about a dozen pieces in all cached behind a big cottonwool tree He turned them over to Constable Parker who has not yet found an owner for them DEAD AT AGE OF EIGHTYTWO H H Edwards Resident Here for Thirty Years Had Been Kept to Bed at the Last for Only a an Honor able Citizen OPENING Summer Season Rousing Sale of Gents 2 Piece Suits at a Reduction of 20 to 33 13 per cent The Boys Store in town selling XtragooD Tins JH iho only si in town clothes for hoys rlolliis last tuiif as plenty wilh titcso Inok half as good m ahvuys pick onf ocry hoy on tlio streot who wears an XtragooD si mini hi t irH j v alwiit him XtragooD Suits contain 13 more Cloth than lln1 rominnn dunl soon outgrow tlnm All XtragooD arc lined Thai don Yet XtragooD re f hin fit i oimnmi You may as yoiirsili if yon dont wel Ihave ROSENBERG CO Leading Clothiers and Furnishers Ilunte 1191 2hlO IH I t Wha a inoHi important at the osioiiinj of snnnnir 1 saving inn tnakf In liny 4 Aml Hi ink of l of My word is my 1 The Trade Palace Fred NOTICE There will be a mooting of the ex ecutive committee of the Grand Eu campiiienl Ibis evening at 8 oclock at i Oaks Club rooms All members must be present R II IBBAMEH Chairman DH CIIAS F CLARK Sec jel LUCKY JIM tie Shepherd is one of the best Edi son films we have seen in a long long Hillard Henry Rdwards passed away at his residence south Third street t oclock Monday afternoon He bad been in failing health tor over a year but was not compelled to take to his bed until about a week ago Deceased was a native of Tennessee and was 82 years old last February When he was a mere boy his parents removed to Kentucky He grew lo manhood and was married near Madi sonville in 1853 to Miss Lucretiu Cor Jmky Jim made a bit al be Elite j noil who survives him last night It made a big hit and it j To them have been born Iwo dauKh made that hit because it something lcrs and two sons Tlie ter Mrs B F Gilbert resides in Rose burg Oregon The oldest daiigh Mrs Maltie Bryan lives in lime and was thoroughly enjoyed by crowded houses Tbe program is a splendid one all the way through well arranged and well presented The KIKc Is kept cool and comfortable at all by electric fans and is a de lightful place to npeiid an hour jel C ASTOltiA Bears the signature of CHA3 H FJKTCHUB ID use If over llilrly years and The Kind You Have Alwns Hoaflil Tlie City Laundry calls for and de livers laundry Leave orders at the county Fresno The two sons 1 R and T M Ariel cuiuly store telephone with J A Wood agent 1001 or tt Ideal wagon double lui lesfl Irlhuto Mftry we hear the rjeiRonal buggy horse for sale or rent Dr Irani lOte of love for the Mother who taught Jyl Fdwards are residents of Woodland I Thirty years ago the family came lo j California first locating near College i City They lived there about a year land then removed to Woodland which i has ever since been their borne M Edwards was a caipnuier by occupa tion but retired several years ago He was a devout member of the Ad vent church If we may judge of n mans real character and estimate his genuine worth by the esteem In wbicb be Is held by bis neighbors Mr Kdwurds was a good and an jitrectipnaic husband and father The funeral will he held on Wednes day at 2 p m Hot Weather You can Keep Cool If You Wear one of our Sleeveless Lisle on Sale tins Week 15c Quality lOc Summer Weights In Womens Knit Underwear At Special Prices oiiuncnr he in this advertisement of tho saiisfartwy wtir ihe iiiialftlcs will give and nf ihi sainKs urt possible in the unusual f i he jniiOfi Wns will anil no more of intending yurchasfera they fiiiuilLinii wiih iliu vvorlU of theao gar making ptn hiss Sheer Gauze Weight HOSE Specially Priced for Womens Wear fan White Gatnet irey Pink and ill Illne THE AttCADE DRY GOODS CO I It is our pleasure to JUbT SUPPOSE Center Counter The Vogue 9 9 9 O I 2d You stop lo figure a lille bit You have a policy expires this Vou know what it vill cost to renew listen The Partners Mutual will write that for three years for SST or yeirs for or 3 yenra for 1250 25 or B yenra for or a years for or 5 years lor Xowthis Includes house and contents barns outbuildings of all hay grain buggieswagonsharness anil appertaining to a Come and let us figure on your policy before you renew lOvery Mutual la a DOLLAIl conipiny none have flleti to pay Woodland Cal JD MUSGROVE Secty FARMERS MUTUAL INSURANCE CO   

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