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Baltimore Sun (Newspaper) - March 22, 1903, Baltimore, Maryland
Athe Sun. Baltimore. Sunday morning. March 22. 1903. Dry goods. Stew shirt a to ooh Howard and Lexington streets. Mail Ordera promptly and accurately filled. Telephones Maryland. 1212 and 2008 Courtland. Connecting Ecith All part of the House. Chesapeake. 2502 and 2503 St. Paul connecting Vith All parts of tile House. Second floor millinery will hold a place of prime importance in every feminine brain from now until easter the opening is Over and everything is at its freshest and Best. Hence now is the time of times to select the easter hat. Here you can choose from Joo styles of trimmed hats Beautiful Black hats. More popular than Ever. Exquisite French and More moderately priced Domestic Flowers. Untrimmed hats neapolitan tuscan cuban and Milan braids Black and coloured. Mousse line and Maline hats. With Jet brims French turbans and Shepher Desses. Children a untrimmed Flats and ready to Wear hats in great variety. First floor the Stewart Silks have a Etc location. You la find them at the rear of the building just at the North Entrance. Note the special exhibit in Glass cases of Rich Lyons Silks. Panne Satin foulard. 24 inches wide. In a Hundred different color combination to. Green Blick Navy and Whit ground a a charmingly printed a 11.25 Quality Tot. A Yard 75c. Batin foulard Bright attractive various color Worth 69c. A Yard. For 83c. Wash Silks another big pure has a stylus Beautiful Pink. Light Blue Green Turquoise Canso Gray Violet red White and White and Black a Yard 25c. Black Silks. Is Inch double Warp foulard Worth 69c. A Yard. For 3�e guaranteed Black taffeta Worth 75e. A Yard for 40c. Extra Quality Black Peau do sole Worth 95e. A Yard. For 61>c second floor Stewart suits. Tico special bargains. Tailor made suits of Blue or Black Broadcloth trimmed with two shoulder Cape piped with silk Peau de some revers unlined skirt perfect hanging finished with knife pleating a $20.00 suit for.$10.30 tailor made suits exquisite imported Broadcloth Blue and Black Beautiful collarless Blouse triple Cape trimming Peau de some Vest effect tassels and bows postilion Back newest puff sleeves 7-Gore skirt close fitting flare Over silk drop silk lined throughout a $35.00 suit for.$25.00 first floor laces and lace Robes. A most tempting array of filmy dainties a. Pierre lace dresses Cream color and White new shape full ruffs around the skirt graduating in sweeping train Waist and sleeves shaped ready for making up each $10.50, $12.50, $15.00 and upward. Black spangled silk embroidered find applique lace Robes from $13.00 to $75.00. Trimming laces in a very Large variety of balloons insertions edging and allover to match in Point Venice antique Ginny Point do Al Neon. Chantilly and Point de Paris at Correct prices. New embroideries. One of the most carefully selected assortments Ever shown comprising various widths of edging and insertions with allover to match and Plain and fancy readings. Stewart amp co. Give dress rehearsal Amateur to appear under auspices of colonial Dame. A dress rehearsal of a Trenton a the play to be Given wednesday night at Lehmann s Hall under the auspices of the Maryland society of colonial Dames of America was Beld yesterday afternoon under the direction of or. John Molm mrs. John Phelps As Dorothy Winchester the colonial heroine of the play. Will Wear n veritable colonial gown which belonged to an Anc Estress of mrs. William Reed. The costume is the dainties possible creation of Pale Green silk embroidered in rosebuds with a Fiche of thread lace. Glistening shoe buckles As old As the gown will also Grace the wearer. The costume and its accompaniments Are a part of Tho colonial collection exhibited at the smithsonian Institute. Other society Folk assisting in the cast will be or. Mckean Mettre or. Charles Andrew Mccann and or. George Forbes of Annapolis. The curtain Raiser preceding a a Trenton will be a a Petticoat and thou a taking part in it will be mrs. S. Nandan per of Philadelphia mrs. Nicholas g. and miss Rara Jay Parker of it Denis. Or. Alpaugh. Author of is lending the scenery and stage settings for the play. And it is hoped that he will attend the performance. A number of Young a Kelety girls will act As Ushers for the occasion. Bev. Weston Bruner to wed Bride to be miss tin Ria Gwathmey of Richmond a. Rev. Weston Bruner the present pastor of the Lee Street Baptist Church who accepted a Call from Calvary Baptist Church. Of Richmond. A. April i will marry Mist Maria Gwathmey. Of Richmond april 2. The ceremony will take place in the first Baptist Church of which the Bride to be is a member. Lee Street Church has accepted the resignation of Rev or. Bruner and All arrangements have Linen made for his removal to Richmond. Rev. Or. Bruner met Misa Gwathmey last Spring while in Richmond and they became engaged in september. She la Well known in this City. Thomas John. Mrs. Samuel k. Thomas and son or. Robert Thomas have returned to Baltimore after visiting North Stanich b. Cd where they attended the marriage of or. Morris Asbury Thomas son of or and mrs. Samuel k. Thomas to miss Margaret Mabel Greer John. The ceremony was performed february la by Rev. H. T. Wright methodist Church. The Groom who is a Nephew of or. Morris a. Thomas and Deputy City Register j. Sewell Thomas is now in business in Victoria b. After a wedding tour spent in Southern califor Nia the couple took up their Home in Victoria. Before returning to Baltimore mrs. Samuel k. Thomas and son were the guests of mrs. Eyer formerly of this City but now residing at san Jose. Cal. Correct. Teachers How i the Earth surface divided Bright Pupil by earthquake a Chicago new pc society news Eventa in the r Olite world Paet and to Cosie. Baltimore and Washington note and personal of interest to the people of Baltimore and their Friend. Personal. Min a rent Selaer. Of new York. 1� visiting or. Franc a t. Redwood at her residence. 918 Madison Avenue. Or. A. H. Rutherfoord of the banking House of j. W. Middendorf do co., has returned from a several week visit to the West coast of Florida. He was accompanied by mrs. Rutherfoord and Bald they had a delightful trip. Or. B. Cherry or. Of Greenville. N. C., who has been visiting friends in Baltimore left yesterday for Dansville n. A. Where he will spend several weeks. Mars Hal Farnan. Who Aga been spending two weeks with i son Fth Law or. Bruce Parrish of Fairmont w. Va., has returned Home and will go on Active duty tomorrow. Miss Hortense Rosenbaum of 2100 Callow Avenue. Is spending several weeks in new York As the guest of or. And mrs. A ton Silverman. 1429 Madison Avenue. Mrs. Carrie Ewell and her daughter. Miss Nellie Ewell Are visiting friends in Chicago. Miss Marie Tearney of Eutaw place is visiting in Cumberland my. Or. And mrs. William Bayern Schmidt Are at the Homestead hot Springs va., where they expect to remain until april. Mrs. James Louis Sill and master Louis Sui. Who Are spending a few Days at Atlantic City will return to their Preston Street Home on tuesday. Mrs. G. T. Atkinson and Niece and miss Lillian Horsey of Crisfield Are visiting mrs. Shreve. Hoi Franklin Street. Governor and mrs. John Walter Smith left Norfolk yesterday for Snow Hill my. Mrs John seven of Pittsburg pa., is registered at the Rennert. Or. K. B. Cranford of Princeton n. J., to stopping at the Stafford. Or. Henry Grunthal of new York is at the Carrollton. Or. M. E. Berg. Of Rochester n. A. Is stopping at the Rennert. Or. E. F. Cost of Virginia registered at the Stafford last night. Or. L. H. Brockway of Boston is at the Carrollton. Or. And hrs. W Hadcock. Of Philadelphia. Are guests of the Rennert. Or Samuel Laster of new York is at the Stafford. Or. And mrs. K. Hannan of Philadelphia. Are at the Carrollton. Or. F. Mclaughlin of Philadelphia is shopping at the Rennert. Or. And mrs. G. Nobel of Pittsburg ta., Are registered at the Stafford. Or. H. A. Nesbitt of port Deposit md., is stopping at the Carrollton. Mrs. Gen. E. Burd Grubb of Edgewater Park n. A. Is now stopping with mrs. Walter 8. Wilkinson. 1127 St. Paul Street. Or. And mrs. E. O. Richard of new York Are guests of the Stafford or. Fred Adams of Pocomoke City md., is at the Carrollton. Or. Pfc. L. Jackson of belial a is stopping at the Rennert. Or. R. W. Trump of Philadelphia is at the Stafford. Or. E. G. Buckingham of Frostburg md., is at the Carrollton. Miss Kaber Nagles birthday. Miss Mabel Kabernagle celebrated her eighteenth birthday on Friday by giving a supper and Musicale at her Home. 1238 Mosher Street. Misses Augusta c. Miller Edna Korwan Ethel m. Cranmer Blanche Corson and Ethel Gibson received the guests the House a decorated with potted plants. Music was furnished by the Ivanhoe orchestra. Dancing and Ping Pong were among the amusements. Plano select on and solos were rendered by misses Edna Korwan. Ethel Cranmer. Augusta Miller Blanc be Corson and messes. Henry Gauss and Raymond Kirk miss Kabernagle received Many handsome Sod useful presents. Supper was served at a late hour covers being Laid for 45 among the guests in addition to those mentioned were or and Kabernagle Minaes France Jordan Mabel Daria lore m a comas Edna Kemp Catherine Fisher Ethel Bowen Lillian font Hen Arthur Kabernagle Harry Giller. George Wagner David Irving. Maurice Kaufman manhood Creamer Harry o Donnell John Miller. Elmer Mueller Frank Kabernagle Elizabeth Fox. Beulah Mclaughlin Martha Carroll. Bertha Hopkins. Elsie Hawthorne Rhod Hoffman Grace Stei Uhach. Cha Rte Webster Neal Hamilton Carroll Doney William King Albert Jordan Otto Hopkins Walter Fisher Jesse Mclaughlin Howard fish As. Prizes for costumes. A purim Celebration under the auspices of the daughters or Zion and the errs Cho Vevi Zion association was held at philanthropy Hall tuesday. March 17. The Hall was beautifully decorated and the attendance was very Large. The features of this Celebration consisted of a package and a mask party. Many of the costumes worn were very rare and ancient. 8x Praxes were awarded As follows first a Abraham Slushy and Slat Aras Palestine colonists. Second Robert Debakey Paul Gordon and Nathan jul utter representing a the a Era Bee an aged father and two soc third a mrs. Till a Blaustein Assn egyptian Queen. Fourth a miss Freda Blaustein a a Beautiful French woman. Fifth Aaron Winstell and Benjamin Schwartz. As an aged hebrew couple. Sixth Benjamin Bernstein a a negro dude. The judges were Justley Jacob Rah messes. Lewis Blaustein Jonas Goldberg and Frank Blaustein. The committee of arrangements included messes. H. Silberman chairman miss Etta Badner assistant messes. T. Isaacs Moses Blum Charles 8chwarti Man h. E. Edelson misses Bessie Garon Zik Jennie Adler Hannah Lazarus Cecelia Sklar. Mhz. Oed surprised. Or. B. Oed 9 Hudson Street was surprised by the ladles singing society Eich-cukrauz.4>f which she is secretly thursday night and presented with a Gold medal. Refreshments were served. Those present were mesdames Hopper bet Aback. 8 mull up Mac. Oed. Engle Wagner g i a eking. Shock. Rubing Elerman Torman St Abr Homler Zorn grief Ludorf boder. Misses Griper Beker Herbert he Iraan. Schafer miss Lydia b. Smith surprised. Miss Lydia b. Smith of Govan town a tendered a birthday Surprise party on monday evening at which there was music. Recitations and games. Among those present were min Elisabeth Williamson Lens Cavinder Cora Smith Edith German Samuel Williamson 8. T. Hyman Arthur Himes j. Oscar German Anna Smith Ells Smith Lydia b. Smith j. Arthur Harrison in o. Schaub of old town n. A Violet pleasure Circle. The Violet pleasure Circle of North Baltimore met thursday evening and made preparations for summer entertainments. The officer of the Circle Are president. Isaac w. La Barra vice president Claud Schaffer treasurer Stuart Davis Secretary Walter e. Belt financial Secretary Leroy Harrison. Literature at lend a hand. The program for the open meeting of ttys lend a a a hand club tomorrow afternoon will be directed by the department of literature. It will include a Tome Good a to Points Sublime lesson so 8ays Rev. Or. Schneeberger of an ancient ceremony. Implicit obedience urged dinner to or. G. M. Shriver Fly suburbs and county or. William b. Klohr Tell Story of assault and robbery. Miss Josephine e. Warino miss Josephine e. Waring whose engagement to or. Thomas a. Whelan. Jr., Bas recently been announced is the Only daughter of or. Robert k. Waring president of the Central savings Bank. And Niece of or. William Emory Waring of Woodi Elgh Catonsville. Miss Waring was introduced As a Debutante last rear at the opening German of the bachelors Cotillon club and is one of ties. Some unfair criticism and an hour with the mrs. John t. Graham will be chairman. St. Patrick a dance. The St. Patrick a dance Given at Bell s Hall last tuesday evening was one of the most successful of the season. The Ball wag tastefully decorated with Green and the gentlemen wore ties of the same color. Among those present were danced until after Midnight. Refreshments were served. Among those present were or and mrs or. And Frank Conklin e. R. Allnutt c. Morton Mccahan George Townsend Alfred Maben Frank Wyville. Eugene Johnson m incs Strolli Conrad b. Weidman Effie Biggs of Butterfield l. Fri m. Krsto Annie Nedwell Elsie Lan Darer Genevieve o Neal Florence Landau Erbie Stahl e. Blooms Marian Scott b blooms Mamie Mclntyre j. Flohr Gertrude Lipscomb l. Masses Beasie Wallace Maude Crouse. Adelaide Tolan Marie Turlington e. Kaufman Bertie Feeser g. Boone Luis Ray. M. Powell Sadie Pruitt Estelle Woolford Elsie Horan. William Dietz William Shea. Walter Scott. Frank Holston Kennard Owens s. Alt off James Kirkland g. G ii ii pie John Chalmers e. Gill Topie Charles Smallwood g. Roggina Harry Bangs George Heilman Louis bitters c. Johnston Philip Duer Calvin Kessler Harry Clare Charles Ramsay Harry Buman k. Nottingham Howard Oler g. Boone Wilson Simpson Harvey 8toner. Jarratt Johnson h. Gibson George Davidson Charles Stevens Harry Fox g. Williams Walter struck Percy Ritter Dent Billingsley or. Coppage. Thomas Smallwood Horace m. Bell a. Benkelman a. A. Lloyd. Lewis Denhardt John Werner misses ulva slays than Elsie kor Mann Blanch St argon. Boffin Albert Annie Portser Alexander by Yam an George puck a. Oliver kor Mann Joseph Parlier Robert wonder Eugene buckram John Denhardt Henry Heusler. Ida Farler r Arrie Fil Tysman. Minnie bus Yamuna Linda Werner Andrew White. George Rawl try Joseph hamper John Wehe. John Denhardt. The committee in charge was composed of or. Lottie g. Mccahan mrs. Elsye w. Conklin and mrs. Mabel Marshall. Their Silver wedding. Or. And mrs. Samuel Shelley 220 Welt Mulberry Street celebrated the Twenty fifth anniversary of their wedding yesterday with a reception at their Home. They have four children misses Annabella and Mabel Shelley and messes. William k. And Samuel e. Shelley. Among those present were or. And in William Shelley Jesse Lee Robert Kinnier Howard do Neill Robert Jackson. Frederick Fleischer Frank Kinnier charges Thomas Harry Toole g. Dandelet Walter Poole George Pfel to. Mesdames Lena a Holley Simpson Mary Poole. Mary Lee Mary Walters Mary i Iasell a. Cadwalder. William Mitchell. Misses Emma Kinnier Anna Fleischer Isabella Kinnier Nettie Simpson Rebecca Kinnier Adlien Mitchell Fannie Shelley Rita Dandelet. Messes a George Kinnier. Frederick Thomas James a. Mccarthy. Ollie Weber. George Derr Robert Kinnier Edward Kirby Howard Shelley William Canon John Shelley Norman Ziegler George Kinnier or. Milton Poole. Beroth Al reception. I Nellie Simon daughter of mrs. Pauline Simon whose engagement to or. A. M. Feldsteyn of Philadelphia was recently announced. Will be a at Home today from 8.30 to 6 and 8 to to p. M. His Twenty first birthday. Or. And mrs. Lout Denhardt. 610 liquid Avreet entertained monday evening id Honor of the Twenty Firat birthday of their Bod John. Music was furnished by the evening Star club. The Compaq Domino party. A Quot Domino Quot party was Given last night by a number of the member of the corinthian yacht club at the clubhouse in Stonehouse Cove. The party met masked at 828 North Carey Street and went to the club a quarters in an omnibus. Or. M. Benson was the Chaperon. The maskers were or. And Herbert Campbell David Anderson Edward Thomas misses Katie Peters Agnes Duvall Nellie Devan. Maud Benson e. Campbell. Or. Snyder Fred. Uhler. Lawrence Dell dancing and singing were the amusements Fred. G. Linck jr., William h. Pm Bach Bertie Shoemaker Sadie this Maud Snyder. Percy Benson William Helmsley Harry Benson Basil Benson. Of interest to women by special arrangement with the Toilette fashion company which is recognized As an authority on matters pertaining to dress the St y will in a few Days present a series of advanced fashion plate which it is hoped will be not Only of assistance to those who desire to dress Well. But particularly interesting to dressmaker and those who make their own clothes. The eerie the Sun will present will occupy very Little apace but will be to the Point. A fashion series that suggests something authoritatively Correct recommends a new idea that someone else has not and indicates the materials Best adapted to bring about a recognized artistic result ought to be of interest to women readers. To the tens of thousands of women Reader of the Sun who buy materials for dressmaking and the Hundred and one Little conceits that set off the dress to Best advantage these plates ought to be of great assistance in Lett lug them know a How it la going to look from the beat information at the Sun a disposal the series will be of much value to shoppers who doubtless will consult it for ideas before making their Dally inspection of the suns advertising columns to guide them to the Bouses presenting greater Price inducements and variety of materials Best suited to the particular models la mind. The models which will be shown in the plates will not represent a Nice looking girls in gowns of out of Date design. Very Little attention will be paid to portraying girls with pretty faces and handsome figures the object being to delineate fashion and not Good looks. It is to help women to dress Well that the plates will hello to appear in theae columns in a few Days. The most interesting and popular girls in the younger social set. She will spend the summer abroad chaperoned by her aunt mrs. H. R. Miller. Fireman becomes violent Charles Hurt. Of no. 4 famine co., fluid for disorderly conduct. The strange spectacle of a Young Man in his shirt sleeve acid wearing the Blae trousers of the fire department and with i face covered with blood struggling fiercely with chief Horton. District chief Burkhart and Secretary Wilkinson of the fire i get apartment. Who were Naing him to the Central Pollee station a witnessed at Lex Langton and North Street about 1.30 o clock yesterday afternoon and attracted a Large crowd. The Young Man was Charles Hart. 1220d York Road a member of no. 4 engine com Pany on Lexington Street opposite the Post office. Once inside of the police station. Hart redoubled i Effort to get away from i captor. And Reserve officer a. Ryan and Wilson and turnkey Kane took a hand in the scuffle. So furiously did Hart kick and strike out with by fist however. That it a necessary to throw him to the floor before he a subdued. When put in a cell he again became violent. District chief Burkhart preferred a charge of disorderly conduct against Hart who after he had become quieter a arraigned before Justice Fechtig. District chief Burkhart sold that Hart had created some disorder at the quarters of no. 4 company. And Captain pistol had suspended him. Hart then the witness said. Assaulted the Captain. A Telephone message was sent to chief Horton and District chief bark Hart. Both of whom went to the scene of the trouble. The efforts of the two chiefs to pacify Hart were unsuccessful and the obstreperous fireman. It was slated made an at until supper when All unmasked till ties closed at Midnight. The Tea entertained card club. Mrs. Frank m. Chisolm and miss Banger entertained the West Side card club of Roland Park at mrs. Chisolms residence on club Road on thursday afternoon. Or. Blanc improving. Or. William h. Blan who was injured in a runaway thursday on the Bloomingdale Road a reported doing very Well last night at the Maryland general mos Petal. Or. Blanso condition la not serious. Cave and effect. A you aeon to by in a weak and nervous condition a a said the m and Teal examiner at the insurance com part. A Uko wonder Quot said the victim. Quot Yow solicitors have mad Myall is a Burden during us poet Ais Chicago Ken. Tempt to assault chief Burkhart. Chief Horton then ordered him to be taken to the police station and he. Chief Burkhart and or. Wilkinson undertook to carry out the order. When asked if he wished to say anything Hart talked wildly of having been assaulted. Justice Fec Holg imposed a Fine of $.5 and costs and Hart a locked no. Chief Horton will make a report of the Case to the fire Board. Hart Bas been a member of the depart ment about 18 months. And was recently transferred from no. 18 engine company to no. 4 company. Elseo armed on smokeless powder. Capt. H. Aspinwall of the new Jersey National guard delivered an address ult evening to the officer of the Maryland National guard at the fifth regiment armory on a smokeless Captain Aspinwall gave a technical description of the different kinds of powder and told of the advantages and disadvantage of Tho Toro kind the Mystic rite of Spry Akline the ashes of red Heifer explained. Men ii i no of mosaic ode. Rev. Or. H. W. Sconce larger preached yesterday morning la Mcculloh Street synagogue on numbers Xix 20, saying in part Quot a in today scripture portion we read of one of these symbolic observances which was practice during the existence of the Temple iii Jerusalem the Mystic rite of sprinkling the ashes of the red Heifer. By Range and inexplicable As this ceremony a Cern the sages a Content to accept a an unexplained decree of heaven Given by the almighty Only to test our faithfulness to try whether we willingly submit to Ilia Behest without question or complaint. The child that loge it father and i conscious that it la affectionately attached to him a ill execute any order which its father May enjoin without questioning or reasoning wherefore. So should a True israelite confidently Aud submissively Trust in his heavenly father and faithfully observe his teaching even those which seem strange and unreasonable. Implicit obedience prove one s firm belief iii god a Justice goodness and love. Quot in our present Day an ice cold and insensible condition is evident in this regard a dangerous malady scepticism and rationalism and unbelief find a permanent abode in Many a heart without education without study without investigation the word of god is a scrupulously called in question and boldly criticized. Quot upon cloner investigation we May find the reason for the apparently inexplicable rite Aud will see that it Points a Sublime lesson that it make for Man bus Ideal Goat of virtue spirituality and in Union with the divine. It is to purify those who had become polluted by Contact with a Corpse to restore to them that ritual of purity which was at All times desirable and was absolutely essential to those who would observe the passover festival in purity and holiness and to appear before the lord within the sacred precincts of the Temple on Zion s height. A the intent of the mosaic code la to Foster Man Sanctification and resemblance with the divine imag. It urges him to resist the allurements of passion As Well a the false splendor of life. And to master bus sense which left without control. Would make him skin to the brutes useless to himself and a Burden to hit neighbor. It fills up every moment in our existence with religious acts sacred Symbol prayers and meditation so that no time remains for us to yield to intemperance. To stain our lips and to remedies without virtue or. Rosman on attempt to Core sex 1st Ina eth. A new heart and a new spirit Quot was the subject of Rev. Or. Rosenaur Sermon yesterday morning in Eutaw Flace Temple. He said among other things a in diagnosing a disease physicians will always study symptoms. If is thus that they Are enabled to suggest a remedy renew health and prolong life. The selfsame method must be applied in the study of social conditions. Of this fact the prophets. Those unselfish reformers of Antiquity were certainly aware. W whenever they proclaimed their message they invariably pictured existing evils and the n assigned a cause for the evils and with the eradication of the cause in mind pointed out the ideals to be pursued. Ezekiel la reviewing Israel sorry plight in his Day. Find after careful examination that Israel faithlessness to god is at fault and recommends a a new heart and a new spirit Quot Ezekiel Xxxvi. 26�. He feel that what his generation re quires in order to enjoy a happier lot is holler emotions and Govlier ideals. A that things Are not As they should be. Even in our much boasted civilisation the most sanguine Optimist will not deny. A it cannot Blind ourselves to the injustice dishonesty. Immorality debauchery misery and godlessness which hold High carnival. A e know that the longer they Are permuted to exist undisturbed the worse it will be for humanity and for All that humanity Prises. Social evils Are harder to cure Wrhen they become chronic than when they Are acute. Quot Many Are the cures proposed and a i piled but applied without Success. One Man will advocate the broader ene Ouge i ment of education a second the employ ment of arbitration a third the introduction of legislation sad a fourth Seething else. Each of these cure May relieve the situation somewhat but Only somewhat. They have no greater Power than the Nar i Cutie. They have certainly proved their j failure to bring Sbott the necessary and desired social improvement. They have i been amply tested and have been found i dismally wanting. A Quot to judge by the symptoms we would say that the heart and spirit of society Are not of the right kind. They have become atrophied. There would be less vice and More virtue of there were a a materialism. Men Are for the Mort part carried away by that false Standard which gauges happiness by riches. Everybody wants to get ahead of everybody else. Only the fewest care about the manner in which the aim 1� reached we need More of the sense of responsibility. More of the cultivation of righteousness More of regard for our fellow. More of the fire of love More of god. Of we would see the waste places teem with the higher life. To put it in the phrase ology of the or less seer of old. Society must become powered with a new heart and a new enthusiasm needed in work Only by aiming High Cun we hit the Murk Baya or. Guttmacher. A we All stand in need of enthusiasm in the work we Are said Rev. Or. Adolf Guy teacher yesterday morning in his Sermon at Madison Avenue Temple. he continued a is the music of life. It makes us forget from time to time the strenuous Ness of existence. Without enthusiasm life must be cold and Barren. The test of enthusiasm comes when our better judgment Calls upon us to take up some work that is hard unpopular and therefore unprofitable to ourselves. Yet we persevere with intelligence and enthusiasm because we feel that we Are engaged in a work that must ultimately prove of Benefit to Many. It is easy enough on the other hand. To display enthusiasm to be in love with ones work. No matter How difficult it May be if by doing it we gain the favor and approbation of our fellow men. To be enthusiastic for the Good and just and pure and to wholly lose sight of All matter of expediency makes the hero and Martyr. A enthusiasm is the keynote of martyrdom it is the motive Power that furnishes men with Energy and perseverance to devote themselves unselfishly and a grudgingly to labors from which they themselves do not Benefit. Thus it lifts Mankind ont of the mire of selfishness by holding up Luminous examples of self sacrifice and Devotion. We shall succeed someone has tersely said. Of we aim High enough. Of we accept thing As they ave we shall fall. For nothing will right itself unless it be by our own personal efforts. To let things Drift is not a policy dictated by Wisdom. To pursue a policy of non interference when we know that the higher moral life is jeopardised is cowardice. A in political and social life we must show our enthusiasm for the right and the just and the pure for the Ideal that have been placed before us by the great ones of the Earth of we wish 10 i it True to our better selves. It is our duty to Lay Bare the Pitfalls and the sophist a a a that Are leading us to political and social degeneracy. With the enthusiasm of an Elijah for right and country we must stand before those who sit in the seats of the mighty and enter the hovels of the lowly and Cal All of them to account for their waywardness. A do not excuse yourself by saying that it la not your business to Reform the world it 1� your Busine a to do something toward the moral regeneration of the world of you have found out that the world Alandz in need of it. No one dare shirk this work it is Many a duty to live this life according to Bis highest Conception in honesty and uprightness. However great and powerful the interests May be that a re arrayed against Bro asked and aside red. A what is a Prodigy Quot asked the boarding House Landlady a die looked up from a letter Abe a perusing. Quot a Prodigy a answered the Wise Guy at the South sat Corner it the table a is something rare. For example in min a teak Woald be a Prodigy in la hash new his entertainer Mena be in of b. And o. Department staffs. Or. George m. Re rarer. Assistant to president lore of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad company was the guest of Honor it a dinner Given at the hotel Rennert last night by a number of close friends and associates in the service of the company. Or. Shriver was recently promoted from j knocked sen uric and recovered hit on the head As he drove Secretary to assistant to the president and a Complete sketch of his career was published la Wmk by m at the time. Or. 8hrlv i cry advancement was generally regarded As a fitting recognition of his ability and Devotion to duty and this sentiment found adequate expression last night. The event was so quietly arranged a to be virtually a Surprise to Tine official thus distinguished and was unanimously voted most enjoyable. Or. A braver a escorted to the hotel by or. A. H. Heht. A close personal Friend expecting to meet Ineree a a few friends and was astonished to find a Long table aet. Members of the personal staffs of All the officer of the various department were there the diners numbering 50 or 60 person. Addresses were made in a delightfully informal rein songs were Given and professor Koeln wild s orchestra played. The table was attractively decorated with plants Flowers sad candelabra. The menu a a follow caviar pm Toast. Blue Point Oyster. Manhattan cocktails. Haut sauternes. Celery. Olive. Radishes. Salted Almond. Consomme in cop. Amontillado. Terrapin a la Rennert. Mum extra dry. Roast fillet of beef. Larded. Mushrooms. Julienne potatoes. Cardinal punch. Nestor cigarette. Redhead Duck. Hominy. Jelly. Poniard. Tomatoes and lettuce Mayonnaise. Ices. Assorted cake. Amend Wrt. Roquefort. Appo Pinarts. Toasted brackets. Coffee. . Perfecto. Those who gave the dinner were executive department w. Watte e. Mcglinchey a w. Thayer t. Roberta George f. May. K. Andrew. E. A. Walton. Traffic department -1. D. Kennedy. H. Sheridan a. Anderson. B. F. Bond e. Haviland. George de Haven . E. Lowes g. F. Cushwa. O. D. Crawford h. A. Canter Charles Cookey e. It. Jones. Tre Trory department a. . Rhode. R. F. Neely. E. M. Devereux. R. B. Luckey j. T. Lee. Operating department j. Ii. Middy . H. William t. Ii. Bennett j. T. Broderick j. W. Coon . M. Alden w. T. Lechlider c. M. Smith. J 8. Brennan. . T. Moore t. F. Connelly. Nee scr f. X. Milhou Aud. E. E. Brewer. 8. B. Mason c. S. Smith j. D. Bid in. I. Mccubbin. Or. H. Moran e. E. Harold. 9. W. Derr b 8. Mace engineering department a. D. Whitaker e. R Speka j. A. Merrier w. F Strouse c. I. Welch accounting department a. F. 8hntte. R. Buckingham j. 8. Murray l. M. Grite w. D. Owens the special guests were messers. A. H. Herat a. Ryan Albert Diggs. W. Casey. Mandel Senor. Walter r. Hough Thomas j. Bennett. Alpha Delta Phi Dine John Hopkins University chapter eighteen yearn old. Alpha Kiel Tahl men from the Johns hop. Kin University dined made speeches Sang College Gong and bad a Good time otherwise last night at the new Carrollton to Tel the occasion being the eighteenth an Nual banquet of the chapter. Or. Thomas r. Brown was toastmaster. There were no aet Toast Bot nearly everyone present was called upon to say or do something. Major n. S. Hill the manager of the Carrollton superintended the serving of the following menu Blue Pointa. Old Virginia mangoes olives. Terrapin soup. Sauternes. Planked Shad. Potatoes Parisienne. Amontillado Sherry. Jersey Capon. French pea. Mushroom sauce. Claret. Asparagus salad. Ices in Blocky fancy and crackers. Cafe noir. Cigars. Cigarettes. Apolinaria. The subscriber to the banquet were As follows r t Crane h. X. Beetler. Wilton Snowden Eben c. Hill Charles Marshall Robinson c Pagon Raymond Dochez r. Carron Hoffman. Jr., John m Nelson. Or. Alexander Yearley iii Robert 8. Lanier Riggin Buckler. Robertaon Griswold Jesse l. Boynton Andrew w. Hull. Allen Bowle Frank Thorp. Jr., 6. I Urman Stewart r. K. Good Enow. 8. Wallace met Roland Graham Boyce. Lawrence c. Wroth r. X Jackson jr., Walter Battier. Only to lapse again into insensibility Horae found Way Home. Or. William e. Klober of Lutherville la at Beme nursing various bruises and abrasions. The result of being roughly handled on thursday night a he drove along in Hie buggy near Rockland. In Green Spring Valley. He was struck on the Back of the head Aud knocked senseless before be could see his assailant. Quot when i came to a he said. A i think i a near the Shepard and Enoch Pratt Hospital Gate on Charles Street and was surprised to Aud that a Man was in the buggy with me and was talking to someone at the Gate. I told the Man that i a sick and wanted to get out of the buggy but he said i a drunk and drove off. I became unto selous again and the next tithe i rallied the horse was running and i found i was on the ii 11 Leo Road going toward the Harford Road. I tamed the horse in the direction of Lutherville and remember nothing until i arrived or. T. In eeb jes was called in and found a Bruise on the bark of or. Klohr s Bead. A Gold a i re and Chain and some Monef and a night key were taken. Quarantine not broken. The timely appearance of chief of police Street of Baltimore county and officer Muehling to reinforce officer councilman probably prevented an outbreak of Horn Burg vile a Little settlement on the Flatt Avenue Road. Yesterday afternoon. The place i the headquarter for the construction gang which 1� building the new sparrows Point and Dundalk electric railway for which George b. Wade it co. Have the contract. About a Hundred men mostly negroes Are employed on the work under the supervision of or. William f. Caple. A few Days ago Douglas Watts a 19-year-old negro who had been working on the railway a found to have developed smallpox. Watt had Only lately come from St. Mary a county. It was deemed advisable to quarantine the entire Camp As a precaution against the possible spread of the Scourge. Yesterday or. Caple received a Rolf la ton from or. Schofield the District health Warden that the men must not be paid off As the Possession of Money might tempt some of them to visit the City and have a Good time. At the usual Bour for getting their wage the employee gathered in front of the commissary building and demanded . I officer councilman of the county Force. Who bad been guarding the quarantined negroes in anticipation of trouble had telephoned for reinforcements and chief of Pollee Street and officer much Long drove out to the settlement arriving Juat As the crowd became demonstrative. The appearance of the three officer on the Krch of the commissary building did much to quell the growing disposition to revolt. And when chief Street made a Little speech setting Forth the reason Why they could not be paid off and assuring them of the intention of the county authorities to see that the order was obeyed the men accepted the inevitable and went Back to work. If no new Case appear by next saturday the quarantine will probably be raised and the men paid in full. Students give recital. The boys of the mount Washington Seminary entertained the faculty yesterday afternoon at a musical recital Given in the school. The program Waas follows 1 Durand Seminary orchestra students Carol Plano be linger violin study. Wilbur Morrison Sud Alsto Jocarol b. H. Griswold. B h Griswold. Jr., George 8. Brown. G. Hanson Thomas b c 8te1ner, Murray p Brash. Roland j. Milford Leroy Gresham. George c. Morrison. Theodor Abrett Peter James. Charles m. Remsen Edgeworth Smith Harry t. Marshall Conway 8. Hodge. Michael Ernest Jenkins Julian 8. Carter Thomas r Brown w. Hall Harris jr., Frank Iglehart John g. Campbell g. Canby Robinson h g Webb. John m Booker. Paul h. Larwill photo engravers Dine enjoy themselves at feast at the hotel Junker. Members of the photo engravers Union no. 2 Banquete last night at the hotel Junker. Addresses by or. Jacob g. Schon Farber assistant chief of the Maryland 8tate Bureau of Industrial statistics and or. Henry Andrea of new York. Were followed by specialities Given by members of a company which appeared during the week at a local theatre. Or. Frederick Tohm gave illustrations of hypnotism. Or. Harry c. Dip push was toastmaster and messes. Alpha 8. Bancroft and James n. Washington were the committee in charge the diners were Camille p. Greene Charles Andrie William o con or. James Gilroy. George Bowen Harry White Frederick Laumberg Robert Hatton piano study. Frank Wheeler violin selection. Merry Seminary orchestra Samuel White Harry Grotto. Vincent Dougherty Alfred Hays Fred Thorn Frank Moiler Harry Folker Clarence Stewart Harry men Hen. Lyon presented to the president. An associated press dispatch from Washington last night says Ernest Lyon. The new minister to Liberia a presented to the president today by senator Mccoma. Of Maryland. Or. Lyon who is a coloured Man will leave almost immediately for his in Barba n personal a License was issued at Towson yesterday for the marriage of miss Louisa Carberry and or. William h. Mcnew both of Kui a Tuxen Street. Canton. Miss Helen h. Bower of Boston. Mass., is visiting mrs. Alice m. Kerr at her Home in Catonsville. Or. Bertram Wilson of Catonsville is visiting friends in Washington. Or. George a. Ogle. Of Paradise has taken the House at 126 North Calhoun Street Baltimore mrs. M. L. Brinkman of Catonsville has As her guest miss Bornman. Miss Nannie cover of Carroll county. Maryland i to a guest of miss Ethel Wilson of Hee Home on Newburg venue Catonsville. Or. William h. Gorman and the misses Nora and Bessie Gorman have returned from a trip to Florida and Are at Oak Forest Park. Catonsville. Miss 8tella Black of Baltimore u visiting miss Ada my mixer at Catonsville. Mrs. Albert Kalb of Newbury Avenue Catonsville has a her guest her Mother or. Matthews of York a. Or. And mrs. Alexander Harvey will shortly reopen their country residence at Paradise. Or. A. T. Bosley of Towson is spending several Day in Virginia. Charles Chapman a clerk in the record office at Towson has rented the cottage on Pennsylvania Avenue formerly occupied by misses Catherine and a. Lorman m. Lott. Or. Thomas Martin of Washington spent several Days in Catonsville with his brother or. H. M. Martin. Miss Bertie Wilhelm of Baltimore. Is spending a few Days with her Mother mrs. William Gore. Of Reisterstown. After visiting his Mother. Mrs. Elisa Lep Ley of Reisterstown. Or. William Mong has returned to Bis Home in Illinois. Miss Amy Arnold of Baltimore was a guest of misses Gertrude and Adelaide Laminack of Glndon several Days last week. Messes. Howard and Arthur stockade of Baltimore Are visiting the family of or. John w. Shipley at Deer Park. Min e. L. Gosnell of Tyler has been a to it lug her Stater mrs. S. Of a. Warfield in a Itu Nore during the week. Min Hannah h. Cook dead. Or a. 8. Cook. School examiner for Baltimore county who lives in Towson received word yesterday that his aunt. Miss Hannah h. Cook of Greencastle. Pa., died vet it Drav morning. She had recently been Naral Zed. Miss Cook was More than .0 years old and a sister of or. Samuel h. Cook. Of Greencastle. Or. Elmer j. Cook an attorney of Towson is Ber Nephew. Want trustee to Render a Roost. Roger t. Gui. Trustee in bankruptcy of Ballard j Galloway Acquilla Galloway and Clarence Galloway filed a suit at Towson yesterday against Mary e. Galloway and others or. Gill alleges that the parties for whom he is trustee Are interested As heirs at Law in the estate of Acquilla Galloway deceased and petitions that a receiver be appointed to take charge of the estate. He also asks that Mary a Galloway. The trustee be required to Render an accounting of All Sale made by Ber and moneys derived in any Way from it. 111 ask that judgment be made men. A snit was filed at Towson yesterday by attorneys apples no and Herman amp Relf Snyder for Emanuel Herman against Montgomery b. Corkran and bus wife. Ellen b. Corkran. To have a judgment held by the plaintiff for $939 made a Lien against the interest of Montgomery a Corkran in a lot at Lutherville. Supposed mad Dos shot. Some excitement was caused Friday afternoon near Towson by the action of a dog belonging to sir. Richsrd Stewart. Which was thought to be mad. The dog was seen to bite some children and then ran off. Or. Stewarts son mounted a horse and notified the neighbors to be on the Lookout for the dog upon returning Home he saw the canine and shot of. Or. Martha a. Green buried. The funeral of mrs. Martha a. Green wife of or Thomas g. Green of Warren eighth District took place yesterday afternoon. Service were conducted by Rev. Adolphus t. Pyndell. Of Sherwood protestant episcopal Church. Cockeysville. In ferment was in the cemetery of Poplar methodist protestant Church near War Ren or. William c. Brooks was funeral director. Arm broken by Timber. Or. John a. Wood. Of York Road. Was badly Cut and bruised by s piece of heavy Timber falling on him in a lumber Yard Yee ter Day. His left forearm was fractured and two tendons of his left Little Finger were severed. Or. John Turner of 1814 North Charles Street rendered medical assistance. Suburban miscellany. Or. Charlotte m. Shipley widow of Vincent Shipley of Tex a a. Northern Central is Elway. I seriously 111 at the Home of her daughter. Mrs. George c. Duncan of Cockeysville. She a been unconscious since Early Friday morning. Woald not i him. A suppose i should run Awny with the a napped or. Pike a i bet Yon would be sorry then Quot Quot indeed i would a replied or. Pike. La alarm. A Lyon Mut not do anything so Quot a. I thought that would Brin you to your men yes. Quot Quot be. I could never get another Cook to stay Sal Here. 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