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   Washington Post, The (Newspaper) - May 31, 1923, Washington, District Of Columbia                                TfitK BUJSf: ftl, 1928 9 PREWAR SPLENDOR 'Romance of Old, Wild West CHAPLAIN EXALTS AT COURT Rewwed by Rodeo Outfit TERESA AT TRIDUUM SOCIETY Gowns of the Women Are Less Luxurious; Wear Colors. ROYAL CIECLE IS SMALL "Kescue" Bronco j Famed Fight in R Priest Recalls, of Girl From Roving Redskins, Heroism of Soldiers Dedi- cated to Her Care. Numbtr Mrs Whaler Presents AmVicuu to King George and Queen Umdon 30 fBy P> Kins and Queen tonight held e court of the season it brUUant fuTkctlon hut thtre stlU a lacktnc In the prcwVr luxurv towns the For tune debutantes were permitted o w colored frot-ks hues favored rose pink aa4 me not bliMf Prlnve affair being mainlv ofrtclal in character THe royal r i wan raChvr smalt {6 fll- ajid other The H included the Prince of Wales and of orW mt I and Princrw Mary. i Pr ncess Christian The ifl 111 from a heart Attack owinfc Influenza Poat of the d of American Introduced the to king: and queen Sht u ore rtking g-own with a trAirt of i lii point The W eat the V fst nf K in tiantllmK bofs and of or ikrowinff and of p ihe VHtiated ndins of thf n Ian Cossack tatne tnr V eat be passing but it win be a lent ime grolng etd West to Capital of the Nation of v hich it was uch colwfal part and into ht few uhort hours of a on nton sttaKK ftU of the things hat happftned in its that began with the 'rairlo In cOTered in search f or iione and to a fiprhr- nf and end with the advent t karbed wire fences homesteaders and incorporation of towns and A Mrs wife of former Conltr of IH.nnlt Mrs Frttnels a k York Mr .r> n Percy -rndlhj nf Pit of ami M Helena rov en r V pi ontfon Mai. 30 l Ft P gfa F aldwtn today is I a c to the -.1 In hi h he dec arcrl that the tring rf Aniei lean friend A would h? onp of the most tin Ttant and nentfU of his duties statetrpnt f >llou nj i he- week I e r? ed ma f will i thp t sed Mat s and numerous r to pub II lik r irmwr all these mes I irt OH h'H as 1 am sura i n undei stand, p- c T work lenders impossible s rn i pfeasu P to find 1 ha r I )d ishei of so (f cimmar whom It wai ortun to last winter of 1 n o-.t rnjovnble anil 'ahlo d s inv ai eer athn i nioie than ever cetl r hat i h and tte depend to no t i por th growth -Kdi frier dship and f I hurdH to sa 1 ar tJumrg   Address I mvpi-slM Graduates. ie jrad la r f thf Fre i n n 11 he fon ftd In the lohn Wesley A M 8 church T nvln eKl inerc- then a s reuiii n I x i N 2 jears old Homo Clubs. een of rk let atern tv lu it have, quar i thf i Mlertou buildin 'H be n n ed nert Septfm ie nre Vlpha Tai a C hi F hi h Phi Delta I i stU n Phi De ta. Phi Kappi t tht Kappa Pht Kappa Pi Kapp 3lpma i Mgrma Phi, air PI Very Special Prices on SKp Covers Busting, Steer Throwing, Trick Riding Provide Thrills at Show on Plaza. DESCRIBES WAR REVELATIOB 10-Year-Old Boy Stars in Horsemanship. head nn thr hit hi ponx nnri va I r-'m .uUllp to h" n t err p 1 dov n 1- The 1 1 OlC U t-3 ll f o-nn-ft r sr o' the tr Of In fit i r ni AtassPY h rj IB v FIl on 91eed. Florence phimmied she P ect on the Raddle of her horse do-n n ihe arena Then alone came Tomm> Klrrtan to climb under Ins and hack into the saddle as >t galloped full tit It took Rube 16 to juihp from his runnln'g horse to the of a running steer and throw it John Henry was second vwith 34 4-6 seconds GraSy Smith shot out ot chute on of a wild Brahma he didn't go far before was shot directly forward from the back of the animal Guy Dodglon a mean steer It not con- tent with throwing him off -with a hard bump but starter! to fore him Dadfftan by perfeotlv still and the jumped over ftlnl and charged the arena fence No cowboy hag ever successfully ridden pet name of bucking uteer Task cowboy tried it yesterday and ffot thrown with a Jolt that left him un- Chtuv Bey, Loading Class in Jefferson, Unable to Attend Graduation Because of Assignment to Canada Theological Seminary. Although he recen ed the higheat onors In his class Charles Marshall of Mr and Mrs Charlei S Muir of Woodbine f and H student in the Western Theological Pittsburgh -was unaole to Attend graduation exercises Ht Washington and ago because as a dlvln student he -nas called to pastoral uork In Saskatchewan. Canada. Mr ilnlr nnlshfrt his at and Jefferson, last year, except for a snnimsr subject At beginning of the present scholastic ear he entered the Western Theologi- :al seniinirA to prepare for the Pres i terian ministry and whtle pursu ns liis course there -a as awarded highest honors in his that wag graduated from Washington and Jef- erson several dajs ago Mr and Muir TV hen told last ight their son had led his ctass ffflnngton and Jefferson said they lad not attended the exercises thev new lie would not be there He de- pal ted for Canada two weeks ago, hey said Charles Marshall Muir who is K ears of wai barn in this city .nd his grammar school ettu- cation in the Chev v Chase school He then went to McKinley Manual HlBh school from which was graduated He then entered Car- neg a Institute nf Technology bu-gh He pursued his course there for two rears when he waa sent as a delegate to a sfudenU' conference In Des Moines Decides to Kster While attending the conference he deeded his caJiing for the min- ist-v He ohanged from CanMtffe Tech to WtsihJngton and university taking additional subjects at the of Southern forma to the number of points required In the. transfer Last yea- he intend the Western Theologlca seminary When hht pavatoral aaalgnmont completed thla aommer Jfr Mliir wll return to the 'VWeitern to' two vaars more of ntuily At th end of that expects to be ot dained He has four brothers Joseph J is attending the tnKersity o Pittsburgh, Brook.u atd Wallace who are attending Central Hig Blufort W Mu4r. who I. attending the Chovy Chase school Naval Academy June Week Opens Saturday week the week ot at the Academy will begin Sat- urday with athletic contests between navv teams and thoae of the Military Academy at West Point and the first jtcond and third class hop at Dahl- en hall Ine climax of the week will be the graduating- exercises Thursday morn- at 10 30 o clock in Dahlgren hall, followed bv the graduat'njt da SB co- tillion in MacDonougli haH at 1 p m Che principal social schea- u ed foj- Monday is the garden party for the graduating c ass at the siipec Intendent s residence The dress pa- rade Aid presentation of colors will feature the program Tuesday The farewell ball will be d at Dahlgren hall Wednesday evening Garfield toOaduate 19 Nurses Tonight Nineteen women will be graduated from the Garfield. Hospital Training School for Nurses'tonight at 8 o clpck Following the exorclaes which wll be Moid on the lawn of the hospital Clarence A. AapBnwall will presen -ot wlnoing teams won during the necent campaign for the nurses home Diplomas will he given to Ora Tur olville L, V Ros Marv Langlej Una Gray Mary Loulae Jensen Mildred dara p'ulcomer Clara, Frances BradlBj, Margaret E L Mil ler De Alva Householder Katherine MaTIs Blnkley Kkendahl Belle Scherer, Dor otheit Egrleston Pear ft viand Bradshaw Ituth Pnge Landei Elizabeth Zombro, Ora Jane. Hamil- ton Marv Helen Bruch and Helen Talfcfrt Barry Boyle of Little Flower s Comforting Con- demned Warrior in Cell 1 Right Merr Richard Barrv To r world of the >i Trho serred on ery lattle front of the woiiil war and milstarx decorations from >wi one of the allied powers hritled a congregation of more than 000 In St Patrick a church last night Lt the c'osing of the solemn rlduum of honor to Blessed Teresa Ltlttle Flower Mgr Barry Doyle wearing papal obes and mllltarv decorations made a sttiklnc figure In the pulpit from which he portrayed the glories of he Little Flower' and stirred hearers bv .relating: ttoe heroism of he soldiers In the world war who ledicated themselves to the care of Teresa Teresa if the example spiritual childhood and undoubtedly also the spiritual friend and protec- tress of soldiers he said I feel t Is one of the highest honors I can pav the Bletaed Teresa by declaring she Is the friend and protectress of soldiers particularly today, when It s our privilege to recall the saera- 'Ices made bv our soldiers and to kneel In reverent love before their dusl Served at Every I had tlie unique of serving on every battlefield of the world war I Have iprlnkled times with the of soldiers t have carried them wound- ed and dead In ray arms I have buried them in strange the burning sunn of 3lnal on the slopes of the Mount of the marshes of Messopotamie. In the poppy-covered fields of Flanders 1 thtred their hardships I went down into hell with them I possessed their love and friendship and I am proud of it all Once after the war was over I had the duty to prepare a soldier to be sh'ot He had seen service since 1914 and had previously possessed a clean and honorable record, but he hcd one weakness, he of Intoxicating liquor He became in- volved In trouble accidentally killed a man, wai tried and sentenced to be shot t immediately placed him under the protection of the Little Flower I accompanied him to the cell and there ambng other ques tlons, asked him the name of his baby which had been torn after hH enlistment Me told me it was named Teresa after Sister Teresa, the Little Flower I secured from the convent at Llzieqx a special relic of the 'Little Tloner' and save it to the condemned man TrtljU SBIBITH Kton to attend of the VHHatlon convent Ma i Richard B i I M r and Mri C arpi th" jruegta 'of the 'r mo oJ and M'-s b TV nt 17S4 Ffghteenth street The} 1 unt 1 Tuesday -whenithe-v ill proceed to Msj Creecy 3 in Hawaii Admit Mat Cruwnger. Miss Donna Ruth Crissmger, daugh- er of Gen D R. Criasingar, of the Reserve Board has recently- been lected to membership in the District of Columbia branch of the League of American Ten Women Cris- inger waa made eligible to member- ihJp in organ Ira tien through her roporterlal work In Marlon, Ohio Mrs W ot San Fran- cisco who came to Washington far he graduation ef her daugh- er. Mlu Crus Freeman, from Mount Vernon seminary, and was at the Wardman Park for a week or mere, has left town fer New Tork. where aba and her daughter will sail for Europe. Among those entertaining at dinner last evening at the Wlllard were Mrs B O Pendleton and Mrs. George Reach The Junior Service meeting at t Sixteenth ctreet Tuetday. elected Lieut John D. Hef- ferman. U. S N, president Mice Bm- ma Stltt, president, Miss Helen Griffin, secretary, and Capt. J M Ar- thur, U. 8. K. treasurer. The Junior Service aaioelatlan com- pleted fourth year This auoeiatlon- was formed by younger army, navy and marine In Waahlncton, A series of afternoon ttt, danoes have been each which have proved very papular with the younger set The for these dancee have been the of the Secretaries of War and Navy and those of the higher ranking on duty In Washington 'The day before the execution wa a cold, sleety day In November As usual I went to the bedelde of the pr soner Ho made a general ana both of us prayed together with more than usual fervor to the Little Flower Sjddenlv a wonderful litrht-Miot of the sun nor the moon, not of any Ight 1 haxe ever won derful golden light shone into tho miserable cell and at the same time there came an indescribably delicious perfume of ineeftse and flowers felt I knew something (trange hat happened and that 1 wan on holy ground "The condemned man rose to his feet his face radiant and exclaimed Father don't worry the Little Flower is with me From then unti the time of his execution he was happv singing and joyful acting as the 'Little Flowei would have wished him to act Barry graphically described the execution of the young soldier of bravery at the end of his confld'ence In the Little Flower' as he faced the firing squad and of the burial of the penitent on the hillside Stork Visits Former Princess of Bavaria Munich Mav daugh ter was born todav to the former C uwn Princess of Bavaria Before her riiarriage lo former Crown Pr.nte Rupprecht she was Princess Antoinette of and Nassau Being out area and co on the qin profit making ''lip shades etc takr pl oar I I or the Wg rent nducting business turnover and liasrt we are Keaaonable on C Window lo order fk ahowhtv m nBd 3-Fkee OiertMfaf Mohair Uohtf Room Stattt, Item Hi-it. indow Shades, 50c McDEVITT 1003 9th St. N.W. II The Truth about Money-Making! DO YOU want the real truth about how great fortunes are made and lost? Are you interested in the romance, the drama, tho tragedy and the humor of finance? Do you want dependable, worth-while, first-hand information about money-making in its most inviting and entertaining form? Then, every month, Popular Finance A magazine with a Ing idea beKind magazine that thrills with human interest concerning the most fascinating subject on Read these in the June Issue! The Tkrtr-MiUura Dollar Failure of Leonard Henry Ford Telli How He Would ReMU R. Schmyitr fatttrton Fortune. Tlk> of Prior of Peaco" on "The of Gyp Stock by Lord Cccit by Pt'cr K Monroe otjfer atones and features of absorbing intrreif WILL TEST MUSIC CURE IN CASES OF INSANITY Dotch Expert's Method Im- presses Hopkins Psychiatrist: Will Visit Spring Grove. Baltimo-- Mm for defl nite bfr'ftt from N il iam Van Wai! M method if living in treatmen of the msani- forth Lv D' Father at Johns HopKins h pltal "Van der Wall, who n a DuUh m elan crimmologist and sociolog to spend three davs at Spring c hospital neit week treating iatient3 according to hie 'Aa I understand vt Mr an der Wall does not merely have a musician or musicians plav to the patien s as has been done before but actualH makes the patients a of the musical program said Dr Kichardn I heard Mr Van de- H all lecture time Ago and as much im pressed with what he had to It a fact rtcognlied bj psj cUiatrists tjiat activities in which mentally af- patients take part themselves are likely to prove beneficial Together ivith and instru Mr Van der Wall will at In three days he is to spend M Spring; to prepaie the pa tlents at that institution foir a demon- stration of mass sinking before the board of managers the State board of mental Mr Van der Wall's treatment some-) times known as muaical ties.' been used in prisons and, aiylunu throughout this country Atp- cording to Jila own statement, he has able to organist tot Mttie-nta who before the Mean, were called unstable and tun controllable. choruste he now slngr like normal vocal socie ties, a distinct step forward in their general treatment New York Society (pant) to -WaialBCtaa 7Mb. New York, May of Mix Cornelia Prime CMter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Bdward IJvlngeton Coster, learned today of. her encase- ment to Mr. Phillip Liounsbery fol- lowing an announcement to the fami- lies The wedding fi to take place June _ Mr and Mrs A. CrocJter have gone to their house at Qjwter Bay Coster family well known in New Tork society for eral generations Mr Coster's an cettors were Merchants and How Will You Sleep Tonight? torres f-om a real and a real Box SPRING A '-ecauae of individual noiselen coin cask ions the bodv in a natural relfd pcxition, w hich produces restfUi s ecp Do not put off comfort Buy comfort NOW 1 Go to your furniture dealer or department and buy a Conscience Brand MattreM and CONSCIENCE BRAND Box Snum) Be- cauae of their supreme quality and hand workmanship, they will give you tueh deep as only childhood knows, and wffl outlast ordinary bedding' two- to-one. Ask and get CONSCIENCE BRAND. 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