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Baltimore Sun (Newspaper) - March 24, 1907, Baltimore, Maryland
To the Sot. A m Ore so Day morning. March 24. 1907. What Eddo food is Uke a delightful Plano where dread disease is cured. How patients Uve outdoors rom never go to bed inside a Hoo so even and the door in it shot when it Balas. Its delightful weather Tovler Eudo food the Hospital near Towson which jul Benefit by the first performance of the paint and powder club. Leaving the City far behind the Towson car stopped at South Avenue where a Phaeton was waiting. The drive was pleasant through a rolling country marked with stretched of wooded land. Where the Trees were beginning to put Forth tiny Shoota. Along the Edge of the Road among the dead yellow Gress of the season before were patches of Green and a few venturesome Birds were singing As if Spring had really come to stay. The Driver was a big Broa shouldered fellow. His skin was tanned by exposure to a deep Brown. The picture of a healthy Man none would have supposed that he had Ever been a consumptive. He was however one of the patients whose treatment has been Moat effective and for whom Hopes of a permanent cure were most favourable. The distance to the Hospital is Short and Eudowood was soon in sight. Occupying 90 acres of land. With the buildings placed at irregular intervals the grounds appeared Uke a thriving Little Village the Nelson Perin cottage the Theodore Hooper memorial cottage Aud the administration cottage the Jacob Epstein Leanto and the Robert Garrett Camp with the several shacks sad tents and the barn constitute the principal buildings. In the distance the workmen were digging the foundations for a new building and Back of the Nelson Perin cottage was the big Black water tank. La hammocks under the Trees. At a Short distance from Tho settlement was a Grove of Trees where a Little group of patients was gathered. Some were swinging in hammocks and others rocking in big chairs apparently is Happy and Content Aalf there never was a disease called tuberculosis. The Carriage stopped at the new Camp Given by or. Robert Garrett this Struc Ture is said to be the most perfect one in the country for the treatment of consumptive. It is an Oblong shaped one Story building with an Annex at the rear containing the lockers . There Are really no outside wails to the building except the roof. For the big windows at the sides Are Seldom if Ever. Closed. This Camp contains eight Beds. Where the patients sleep practically in the open air. When it snows or Rains the rubber blankets Are used by those nearest the draft. This exposure is part of the curative treatment. The sunlight and air were most evident. In fact. After living in the City it did not seem possible that there could be so much sunlight Aud air at any one place at any one time. Sunshine and attain Sunshine. Let the blessed Sunshine in let the blessed Sunshine in Clear the darkened window open wide the door let the blessed Sunshine in. This seems to be the motto of Eudowood and judging from the Happy faces of the patients it is a mighty cheery motto. Cheesiness and brightness is the keynote of everybody and everything connected with the Hospital. On the Steps of the Perin cottage a number of girls were sitting Reading and sewing. They All looked As Well and Strong As avowedly healthy people and they certainly were More buoyant looking. Or. Foster the resident physician who was showing the visitors around had a cheery question to ask each patient. A stand up a he said to a pretty Rosy cheeked girl a and let us see How Large you have the pretty girl was plainly embarrassed. She blushed a deep red Hung her head bashfully then stood up Aud slowly turning around gave the visitors a Chance to see the visible effects of the treatment. A a in be gained 40 pounds in six months Quot she said gleefully a and in a soon going a yes she is one of our prise patients said or. Foster a and we Are very proud of a Quot be sure to Wear those paper sunshades and keep the Sun s rays off your head a he said to them All Quot and you. Jennie Don t eat too Many of those candles your sister brought or you will have another one of those headaches most All of the patients who come to the Hospital gain flesh and it is not unhealthy flesh but Strong healthy tissue that helps combat the disease. Out of the 41 patients at the Hospital about 20 of each sex there Ore 30 Charity ones and 9 pay amal sums for their maintenance. It costs the Hospital $7.50 for each patient each week and no treatment less than eight weeks is considered at All. A it is very necessary that the patients stay Here until they Are entirely continued or. Foster. A Quot i have known cases where one Days absence from the sanitarium would so tire and weaken a convalescent that his cure. Which before seemed certain would be rendered impossible. There was a Man at the Trudeau sanitarium in the and Quot Ondack who was rapidly recovering Trot the disease when bus father died. Much against his Byal clans advice he returned to Boston to the funeral and whether or not this step was the cause of his death it was at least the turning Point which coming at a critical time resulted fatally. We never like patients to leave Here until our treatment la the Perin cottage is charmingly furnished. In the sitting room Are pretty rockers and Palms and each room has the Little personal touches of its owner that help make it individual How they Are made comfortable. In each room is in adjoining porch with communicating windows Cut Down to the floor and it la on these porches that the patients sleep. The Hooper cottage is built on the same plan. It has a Large front porch where the Only two patients in enough to be in bed were lying. One of these a Young Man. Was surrounded by friends and incidentally boxes of stuffed dates. A a done to eat too Many a cautioned the doctor and the patient smiled wearily and said Bis cough was much worse. A i have the Home bound drops to Stop my cough Quot he said. Upstairs in one of the dainties towns Lay the Only visible occupant tossed tops Turvy on a pretty White bed e Little doll baby dressed in its Best clothes but look Long a trifle bedraggled with its tangled Flaxen hair. It is the property of a Little girl to years old who with her elder sister was left an of Bhan when their Mother died of tuberculosis. The children became infected with the disease and Are now being treated at the sanitarium. It la principally for the Good of the coming generation that the consumptive work is being done. Of course in individual cases when the patients first show evidence of the disease at about 20 years of age. As they generally do. When they Are first beginning their real life it la for the help of the patient himself. Those most interested in the work Hope that each patient will leave the sanitarium with the capability for doing a sort of missionary work among the consumptive by treading the knowledge they have gained St Eudowood. Jellies and preserves in plenty. When the visitors reached the administration cottage they were first taken Down into the cellar where hundreds of quarts of preserves Sod jellies made by the patients were stored. Upstairs was the dining room. With the tables set for dinner and at the stroke of 12 the dinner consisting of mashed potatoes roast beef. Rice fruit and All of the milk and bread that the patients desire was brought in. Milk forms an important element in the diet of the consumptive and a Herd of cows is kept for the Supply. With the exception of the Cook and the two servants a1 of the work is done by the patients. Or. Henry May Gittings is laying out plans for a Flower Garden and the patients Are much interested in the scheme As they Are going to do the gardening. All of the fault and vegetables used on the place Are raised by the patients. The bookkeeper is also a consumptive and the nurse once had the disease but has since been cured and now give her time to helping others. For hopeless cases. Plans Are also being made for the Hospital where the hopeless cases can be taken so that More Opportunity can be Given to the incipient cases. The Jacob Epstein Leanty is built after the same plan a a the Robert Garrett Camp and the shacks and tents Are Uke Ammu Camps with capacity for one patient members of the paint and powder club who will take part in a Don of d0ray�?�?� comic opera or. Alfred m. Knapp or. Claude a. Diffenderfer or. E. A Sault Robinson or. J. Walter lord or. M. Gist Lamdin or. George w. Knapp or. Many Iff ill go abroad european travel seems to have Biff increase. A Winter Tours also popular some Baltim oreans who have sailed la season and who Are now on Tho other Side. Since Christmas the number of Baltim oreans who have started on trips abroad has been larger than Ever and the indications Are that the travel which was so Large last year will be even greater. The record for the whole year will be broken according to or. Arthur w. Hobson steamship agent who has the records of Many years to go by. The eagerness of the steamship companies to Supply the greatest comforts and luxuries that ingenuity and expense can get is considered one reason Why so Many of the persons who have been before a going to Cross the Ocean again. The reasonable rates and the Prosperity account for so Many new tourists. Quot already said or. Robson a hundreds of Baltim oreans have arranged with me for their summer Tours. The bookings Are unusually Large and the knowledge that so Many of their friends intend travelling this summer has no doubt led to such a Large number of persons securing a hip accommodations so Early in the Spring. The Rush began several months ago and it is a Safe prediction that no matter where one turns in Europe this summer be will meet friends or neighbors. Quot americans Are great travellers. The steamship companies appreciate this fact and though the Gigantic Fleet that crosses the Atlantic would appear to an untrained mind of sufficient Sise to meet any demands. Yet the companies realising that the volume of travel will continue to rapidly increase have provided More and greater ships. Coat Aust of 26 yearn. A in 1880 i came to this country As a boy from England on the old Adriatic of the White Star line. She was a ship of from 8,000 to 4.000 tonnage. A new Adriatic will take Ber place in the White Star itineraries this coming May a vessel of 25,-000 tonnage. Quot the ship of the Century a As the new Adriatic has been called is a striking example of a modern convenience at sea. Of course she has an elevator numerous combination and single suites with Baths but just the latest thing in Ocean transportation is a turkish Bath aboard ship which forms a part of the equipment of the Adriatic. There is also a gymnasium aboard. The new Channel service of the White Star line will be maintained this summer by the Adriatic. Majestic oceanic and teutonic. The Liverpool service of the White 8tar line will be continued by the Well known Large steamers Baltic celtic Cedric and arabic. A the largest steamships in the world. And which Are designed to be the fastest Gre now building for the Cunard line. They will be known As the Lusitania and Mauretania. They Are quadruple screw Turbine steamships. These will be added to the Large Fleet of the Cunard line and Are another evidence of the great increase in Ocean travel. This year in its new York Liverpool service the canard line will operate the Corm anal Caronia Etruria Umbria. Campania and Lueania. A Yew North Gorman Bloyder. A the vast Fleet flying the Flag of the North German Lloyd will be augmented by the Cecille. The three Large flyers now in services Kaiser Wilhelm ii Kro Prinz Wilhelm and Kaiser Wihelm Der grosses Are Well known to Baltim oreans. A a number of Baltim oreans have planned to take advantage of the summer cruises of the Hamburg Amer Lusn line. These Tours Start from Hamburg during june. July August and september and their itineraries include Denmark. Sweden. Norwegian fjords the North Cape Spitsbergen Ireland the British Isles and English Seaside resorts and the Klul regatta. A the Hamburg Merlc amp a line will operate in addition to their other ships the Kaiserin Auguste Victoria and the Amer Lka which were new last year. A in the service of the French line from new York to Havre Are the practically new steamships la Savoie la Provence and la Lorraine. A Between new York and Antwerp calling at Dover the red Star line will operate the Large twin screw steamers Zeeland Kroon land Vader land and Finland. A the Anchor line sailing from new y Ork to a Glasgow via Londonderry will add to its Fleet in August the California now under construction. This will five the Anchor line practically three new boats As the Columbia and Caledonia have been in service but a Short time. A sailing from new York to Rotterdam via Boulogne the Holland America line will have in service the new Amsterdam a ship of 17,250 tons. Which came from the Yards last season. The other boats in this service Are the noordam Wyndam. Potsdam and state dam. For this line the new t win screw Steamer Rotterdam 23,750 tons is now building. Some a cml nned a boats. A the Atlantic transport line so Well know u to Baltim oreans on account of or. Bernard n. Raker will have the same Well known a Man new boats in commission so called because of the names Minnetonka Minnehaha a a Minneapolis and the link. A the Only trans Atlantic line flying the United states Flag the american line from new y Ork. Will Hare in commission this year the 8t. Louis 8t. Paul new York and Philadelphia. A then there Are a great Many people who do not care to travel independently. These take advantage of the personally conducted Tours. To show the magnitude of this class of trave the firm of Thomas Cook amp son alone has planned from America this summer 60 Tours to Europe. They lunge from Tours deluxe in which the else of the party is limited to a dozen persons to less expensive journeys in which the parties number 20 to 25. So it is Plain to see that or. Cook and or. Frank c. Clark who is Best known in connection with his cruises by the White Star line steamers celtic and arabic to the Mediterranean will alone take a Small army of Amer icons abroad. Winter bookings growing. A the growth of travel is Best illustrated by the Large increase in Winter bookings. It is no longer the ides of most people to take a trip abroad simply is a summer vacation. Throughout the Winter travel from Baltimore has been exceptionally heavy. The tourists have gone in All directions some for a cruise to the West indies others for a journey on the Mediterranean n any have crossed the United states and sailed for the Orient. The unprecedented Prosperity of the South has perhaps much to do with this. Linked to the South As Baltimore is it has participated in the development of that great following is a list of Baltim oreans who have recently sailed and most of whom Are still on the water or on the other Side travelling Blueth or. January is to the principal Island of the West Indira the Spaniel main the Panama canal and Nassau a or. And mrs. William Marcus miss Florence Marcus or. And mrs. Jordan Stabler. Rev. John j. Murray Rev. J. P. Holden Rev Francis p. Dreary Rev. Edwin Mcadams. Cecilia february i to Nassau. Cuba Porto Rico and Bermuda or. And mrs a j. Clendenin. Miss Bede Clendenin. Pattie february 7 to the Mediterranean and the Orient including Madeira Spain Northern Africa Malta Greece Turkey Asia minor. The holy land Egypt. Italy the Riviera England and Inland a mrs. W. T. Dixon miss Mary Bartlett Dixon miss Julia b. Dixon miss Annie m. Wag oar miss a. V. M. Davenport. Mise Elsie Alan Smith or. And a Victor o. Blonde Mise fio Bloede miss Vita Bloede Victor g. Vorda. miss Marie Bloede Rev. Eugene r. Smith or. And mrs. Hugh s. Orem or. And mrs. William Greco it. Cecilia february la to tbs West indies Nassau and Bermuda a Meyers. Scour e. G re in a urn Leonard j. Mann. Leon c. Robiena Richard j a no wits or. And mrs. William Keyser jr., or. End mrs. John h. Walsh. Bluecher March i to tha West India Island the Spanish main Panama and Nadeau a or. Arthur Wallenhorst. Cecille. March a to Nassau. Havana ban Juan and Bermuda a miss Christine Gall. Messes. Richard Cromwell Douglas m. Wylie a p. Ryland or. Mediterranean. Eon if Albert november 4-mrs. Robert Mac Lane Ralph Van Bibber John Van Bibber. Carpathia november 27�?mrs. William Mccord mins Julia l. Mccord. Or. And mrs. J Appleton Wilson. Miss Virginia Wilson miss Adelaide Wilson or. Theodore Hooper. Mia Goodenow -.r. And or. Jama g. Stanley. Miss Mary Stanley miss Sarah h. Stanley. Cedric november 24-mias Julia r. Hodges miss Catherine m Mebane or. Joeeph Digiorgio mrs. Digiorgio or. Salvatore Digiorgio. Mise Elisabeth . Critic december 6-miss Cary. Miss Gwendolyn Cary. Caronia january 6�?mr. Charles a. Conrad. Cedric january 5�?mr. And mrs. Charlet g. Fitsgerald. Or. Morris Waltridge. Or. Delano s. Fit Agar Aid. Mist m. M. Manly. Miss Riddle. Min Anna Stuart Riddle mrs. W. W. Coe. Mise Sara Coe Rev. F. Ward Der. Y a. Hamburg january Ion or. And mrs. Mark o. Shriver miss Katherine Shriver or. Edward a. Dietrich. Celtic. January 14. And mrs. A. C. Maroa. Kaiser Wilhelm Der Grosse january 14 or. And mrs. Adam Deupert Rev. Michael j. Lordan or. And mrs. Georg f. M. Houck. Republic february 2�? or. And mrs. Henry m. Burd min e. H. Hurd min a a. G. Hurd. Deutschland february 4�?mr. E. H. Zeller. K Augen Luisa february to miss Josephine Scott. Advance Sale $3,000 a t1 1 1 paint and powder club s prosperous Prospect reporters Sono of bargains what or. Frank j. Taylor will say when he slags of a a Tho doweling and the now that the paint and powder club has taken in $3,000 in Advance Gale for the production of the a Don of Dora a a the managers Ara confident of unprecedented acc eat. The rehearsal Are progressing splendidly and the chorus Gurla and boys Are achieving such remarkable Success that it looks a if each and every one of them would be a Atar. Andt the singers of the songs too Are improving As the Days go by. Here is one of the songs of Sawyer Furat the newspaper Man otherwise known a or. James Wagner have you Ever been out shopping when your Rya were fairly popping at the different things you see along the Way in the window you Are staring and All the Tim declaring. Of i Hope ill and a bargain Aal today so in a store you hurry Sod you re in an awful flurry for fear you will not get there till too late so you Start right in to Hustle and you pull and haul and tussle and you find that things a in a awful stat. A chorus society in Washington Gra amp a opera season holy week. Half of the races begin at Benning French Duke a suitor for min h Ixonia hand a luncheon in Honor of Mina Hutton. Special dispatch to the Baltimore 8un. Washington March 28.�?passion week just passed has furnished the first real Lull in social activity during the lenten season. The coming week holy week in spite of the grand opera Perfo Mantea will a even More devoid of entertainments. In the selecting of Spring hats and parasols and the constant rehearsals of the society opera which takes the time of Many debutantes there is really no time left for luncheons teas and dinners. Holy week will be a notable one this year in that it Marks the opening of the Spring racing and comprises the few nights of grand opera which Washington will hear this season. The Only Concession the opera makes to holy week is to give no performance on Good Friday. The races will continue through the week. Mine. De Melissa Era a lecture. Society was out in Force yesterday afternoon at the illustrated lecture of mme. Sophle de Miasner on the work of the red Cross in Russia Given in the Washington club for the Benefit of the famine Buff eters in Russia. Many of the audience attended her Brilliant wedding in Washington some years ago. She ii the daughter of rear Admiral Radford. United 8tates where a White death is overcome a Ward in Eudowood the Hospital for consumptive near Towson Cedric february 16-Mi a Kiln cull a the. Mise Nellie Scott. Hamburg. February 14. And or. Joseph w. Valiant or. And in. K. H. Glidden. Konig Albert february 23-mi� Norris miss Sarita Norris. Canonic february a min a Maud n. Whiting. Nina Williams Gaither Grace Lemmon. Janet Southgate Lemmon Ethel Bladen Lemmon m. L. Tatoo. Celtic March 2 and mrs. E in Bouton. Or. And mrs. A. H. Cd olm sry Mise May Morgan. Friedrich Der Gross. March 2�?mia m. Bergin. Peins Irene March 4. Carrie Denmead. Mrs. Hugh g Elater. Romanic March or. And mrs. B. F Shriver and mimes Helen mob. Shriver Jeannette Shriver Hilda Shriver Angela Shriver. Donigen Luis. March o m re. Hannah Schaefer. Northern Europe. Baltic. November 21. John Mcdermott. A men a. November 22-mi�� Margaret Gri Flaa. Miss 8. M. Brogden. Pretoria. December 4. Morris Price. Kro Prin Wilhelm. December 14. Derid e. Rozenwald. Mrs. Hohenwald. Philadelphia december 2#.�?mr. P. L. Beck or. Sol. Seliger. New York january 11-Mlsa Busan Selden miss Carrie Brewster. Kaiser Wilhelm ii january 4. J. White or. J. H. A. Lehne or. William Oder. Mrs. Osier. E. R Oder Kro Prinz Wilhelm january 22-mrs. M. Louis Ester. Or. Ferd hamburger. Carm a la. January 16�?mr�. Robert Valentine Reid mis Page Carter or. Joeeph Foard Mise Elsie Foard. Kaiserin Auguste Victoria january 36. Otto g. Simonson teutonic february in or j. Rotan Watt. Pennsylvania february 4. J. Schut Huia. Or. Sch Lith Uia. A Merka february 14. J. N. Crawford mrs. Bailie e. Jordan min Irene Jordan. Finland. February 2d mrs t. B. Craig. Graf Walden. February a or. Hammond Vinton min Eleanor Latrobe Vinton min Lilian Hazelhurst Vinton. Campania february a a or. Harvey Coale mrs. Coale or. Samuel g. B. Cook. Oceanic. February 27. Aaron mass. Or. Arthur l. May a. Or. Armond Kemper or. Allan Mclane. Mrs. Allan Mebane. Philadelphia March 2-mv. George Brocton Howard or. Broc Soo Howard. Lucan is March 4, j. P. Stephenson elite. Kaiser Wilhelm ii. March 12. Francia King Carey min Louise Carey min eur w. Ferine jr., or. David Stewart or. Robert Oliver Lehr. Pretoria. March . Heinrich Klieta Rev. J. O. Pederson. Andrika Mardi Jim or. E. Rosenfeld or. E. Rosenfeld min Alme Rosenfeld min Madeline Rosenfeld min a. Walnofer. Finland March 34 a gtd Bendann mrs Bandana. For or. Harry Dawes. A Surprise party was Given or. Harry Dawes by a few friends thursday. Some of those attending were misses Maggie Severn Nannie dearholt Blanche Tawney Bertha Robin a Ella Mayer Blanche Kelly. Florence gaming. Mary what Merer. A Charles cml. Harry Giu Edw. Gent Eddie Herr. George Sweem Elmer dearholt later Gui eur g Art Ling Monte wast. Maude j Winsett. Sophia p. Winsett Grace Trent Mollie Chenoweth Sophia frock. William Crew Reuben Babin son Rolland Carver Howard Long Leo Ann coat Arthur Harris Rolland Bryan. Guests of miss Bell. Miss Mary e. Bell 328 North Fulton Avenue entertained monday evening. Among those present Weik or. And in. J. H. Bell. Min a Florence Mclean verde Owens. Neui Brooks. Julia Rhodes Grace Addison Bonnert Frank Holmes Herbert Addison Ethel Ben Florence Carter Annie water Mary Bell. Swing Kelly Paul Davie John Bell. Hostess at three years. Anna Marte Georg Pranke celebrated her third birthday by giving her Many friends a party at her Home 2124 mount Royal Terrace. The Bouse was decorated with Jonquil and ferns. Those present were mind Doty Gilchrist Constance Gilchrist Margaret Benedict Anna Hahn Louise Hubbard. Gladys Pollock master a Julian brew it Carroll Roberts Holme Hama. Rob Neon Hama. Ethel Boyd. Helen of Connor Louie flank Anna Brown. Mary Brewer. Teddy Glidden Willie Chew. Howard Benedict. When at last you reach the table and Yon feel you re scarcely Able to say a word or even make a sign and a woman somewhat bolder push past you with her shoulder and Ary a i beg your Pardon that pie is then you swear you la not surrender so you grab you Nide offender and a just about to give her one Good whack when a girl with Aims elastic uses measures rather drastic and just grabs you by the hair and pulls you Back. Schonta exit or. Frank j. Taylor As Gordon far la ugh sings this pretty Melody the Dove Lino and the Kose. A Dove Long met a Crimson Roe in a Garden fair one Day then the Roe blushed red a the Dove Long mid. A a you be won my heart upon a tree then he lightly sprang and West and Clear was the song he Sang the Garden with his love not rang. Life seemed to Gay As she heard his Lay. He piped his Lay the Livelong Day did this minstrel of the air and he pledged his love by the Moon above for that West Roe so fair. A my love will live when the world la dead. Ill rest right Here near your Crimson head to you Sweet Rose. Ill be True a he said. Life seemed to Gay a Abe heard his Lay. A train. Sweet Rose so soft and Lovely. You be won my heart away Sweet Roee now that s the reason i Tun for you my Lay. A love such matchless Beauty your petals red disclose in natures Golden Bower for me there a but of Flower. The chorus accompaniment to both songs is remarkably Clever and with the bewitching effects of Moonlight a the Dove Ling and the Rose will be romantic enough to ensnare the heart of any Maiden Young or old. Navy and her marriage to the then Secre tary of the russian legation was a matter of wide interest. Mme. De Elssner became a widow not Many years after her husband was transferred to Bis own coun try and also lost Ber Only ton. Preach Duke a Bailor. Or. And mrs. Theodore f ebon to have had the Moat distinguished guests of the week the Baroness de Graffenreid and Ber son Hamilton and a More significant one in the person of the Duke de a Hulnes it de who according to gossips on both sides of the Atlantic la an Earnest suitor for the band of the elder daughter of the family. The engagement has not been announced nor is it acknowledged by the family As yet. The Duke has been entertained at the French embassy and the metropolitan club where be Baa been a frequent visitor. In addition to the Many dinners Given Friday evening mrs. Shoats bad a Small dinner with or. And mrs. Perry Belmont and count von Hatz Feldt of the German embassy As guests sad this evening also gave a Small dinner. Tomorrow evening or. And mrs. Henry May will be hosts St dinner in the Duke s Honor and monday evening mrs. Shoats will give a theatre party to be chaperoned by Baroness de Graffenreid who will leave the next morning for new York. The Duke will remain in Washington for some time. Wedding in letter mansion. A Small and very private wedding was celebrated in the Home of mrs. Levi z. Letter on Dut it ont Circle today at noon when miss Frances Sham became the wife of or. Henry Tweedy Shelton of Bridge port Conn. The ceremony was performed by Rev. John Douglas Adam. Of Manchester. It. Or. Edward t. Sanford wan beat Man the Bride was unattended. She wore a gown of Rich heavy White Satin trimmed elaborately with Point lace and carried a Shower bouquet of White orchids and lilies of the Valley. A breakfast followed the ceremony after which the couple left for a wedding journey. Or. And mrs. Philip Carver Hyam announce the marriage of to beef daughter Jessie Buckingham Wharton to or. Frank remont Roberson of we Aldon n. The ceremony was performed yesterday in the Home of or. Philip g. Hyam on s Street by Rev. J. E. gems from the poets invocation to Light. From a Paradise last a Book ii by Milton. Hall holy Light offspring of heaven firstborn or of the eternal co eternal beam May i express thee a blamed since god la Light and never but in a approached Light dwelt from eternity dwelt then in thee Bright affluence of Bright essence Herat of heart at thou rather pure ethereal Stream. Whose Fountain who shall Tell before the Sun before the heaven thou Wert. And at the Vole of god a with a Mantle did invest the rising world of Waters dark and deep won from the void and formless infinite. Thee i revisit now with bolder Wing escaped the stygian Pool though Long detained in that obscure sojourn while in my flight through utter and through Middle darkness borne with other notes than to the orphan Lyre i Sung of chaos and eternal night. Taught by the heavenly Muse to venture flow the dark descent and up to re ascend to Bouffi hard and rare thee i revisit Safe and feel thy Sovereign vital lamp but thou revisit est not these eyes that Roll in vain to find thy piercing Ray. And find no Dawn so thick a drop Serene hath quenched their orb or dim suf fusion veiled. Yet not the More Ceste i to wander where the Uaea haunt Clear Spring or Shady Grove or Quot sunny Hill Smit with the love of sacred song but chief thee bion Sud the flowery Brooks beneath that Wash thy hallowed feet and warbling flow nightly i visit nor sometimes forget those other two equalled with main fats so were i equated with them in renown Blind tha Myrla and Blind Mon idea. And Tiresias and Phineus prophets old then feed on thoughts that voluntary move harmonious numbers As the Wakeful Bird slugs darkling and in thadiest Covert hid tunes her nocturnal note. Thus with the year season return but not to me returns Day. Or the Sweet approach of even or morn or sight of Vernal Bloom or Summers Rose or flocks or herds or human face it vice but Cloud instead and Ever during dark surrounds me from the cheerful ways of men Cut off and for the Book of knowledge fair presented with a Universal Blank of nature s works to me expunged and based and Wisdom at one Entrance quite shut o it. So much the rather thou. Celestial Light. Shine inward and the mind through All Ber Powers irradiate there Plant eyes Alt Mlat from thence Pudge and disperse that i May see and Tell of things invisible to mortal sight. A a a 1 obituary Moses Pels. The funeral of or. Moses Pels who died Friday night at his Home 1509 Madison Avenue will take place at 10.80 a. M. Today. Rev. William Rosenau rabbi of Eutaw place Temple will conduct the services assisted by Rev. Alois Kaiser. Burial will be in Baltimore hebrew cemetery on the a is or Road. The Active pallbearers will be composed of former associates of or. Pele a follows mean. David he Taler. Alexander Kanilao Morea j. Oppenheim. Jacob Mere Samuel it rewire Arnold Bamberth myer Fox Jacob Stein. Emanuel Forth Armand deism Philadelphia Philadelphia. The honorary pallbearers will be John r. Bland Georic e. Taylor Robert Fox. Julius Wyman Sylvan ii. Likes Solomon m. Bren do William c. A _ Matthew Kay a Louis Fox or Joseph Gichner resolutions on the death of or. Pell Ware passed yesterday by the directors of the Calvert Bank. They Are advertised on the first Page of the son today. A Ito Andrew j. Robinson. Or. Andrew j. Robinson died yesterday morning at his residence on Springdale Avenue Forest Park. Or. Robinson was 41 years old. Was born in Dorchester county and came to Baltimore about 20 years ago. For the last 17 years he had been connected with the firm of a. L. Webb a Bon. During a part of that period be bad travelled through Maryland Delaware and Pennsylvania and hat a Large number of friends in the business circles of Baltimore. He was connected with the Forest Park improvement association and the order of Septa sobs and had taken in Active in treat in St Marks methodist episcopal Church. Or. Robinson is survived by a Mother a widow and daughter a sister mrs. Thomas j. Ewen a brother or. William p. Robinson and three Balf Brothers messes. T. R. And j. 8. Radcliffe and or. George l. P. Radcliffe. Frank a. Waldhauser. Frank a. Waldhauser son of or. And mrs. Michael Waldhauser and a Nephew of or. Frank a. Furat died yesterday morning after a lingering illness of heart trouble St bus Home. 209 North Wolfe Street. Lie was 34 years old and for a number of years a assistant superintendent of the Maryland dredging and contracting company. Out of respect to Bis memory flags were floating St half Mast from All the a amp Many s Bouses. Besides his father and Mother be is survived by a widow. Mrs. Barbara Waid Bauer Nee Hochbaum one child two Brothers Michael k. And John t. Wald Hauser and three Sisters a mrs. James Meehan and misses Amelia and Elisabeth Waldbauer. The funeral will be Beld tuesday morn Long from St. Andrew s Catholic Church. A requiem High mass will be celebrated by Rev Thomas Murphy the assistant pastor. Burial will be in holy redeemer cemetery. Walter s. Clark. Or Walter 8. Clark a Well known produce dealer died Friday at his Home 918 Light Street. Complication of diseases a a the cause of death. Bom at Clarks Landing. N. J. 81 years ago he was the son of Reuben Clark who served in the latter part of the revolutionary War. He was but 17 years old at the close of the War. His great Grandfather. Thomas Clark settled in new Jersey in the Early part of the eighteenth Century his ancestors having been among the Early settlers of Massachusetts. He was twice married. Besides a widow. Mrs. Mary a. Clark two daughters and two sons survive him mrs. George w. Carpenter of Woodbury. N. J mrs. Hamilton Brooks of Gloucester City. N. J. Messes. Charles f. Clark and Thomas p. Clark of this City. The funeral will take place at 2 p. M. Tomorrow. Mrs. Anna r. Willinger. The funeral of mrs. Anna r. Willinger. Who died at her Home. 1304 East a Anse Street took place Friday morning Frodi St. James Catholic Church where a solemn High mass of requiem was celebrated by Rev. John g. Schneider the pastor. Rev. Will urn Brick prefect at Ilchester waa Deacon and Rev. Guss a Peteln of Ilchester. Sub Deacon. Rev. Louis Wollmer was master of ceremonies. The following clergy were in the sane urary Rev. Ferdinand Bott St. Alp on suss Church Rev. Philip Loebach St. Michael a Rev. Henry j. Christ by. Joseph s Church Lancaster a. Rev. James Barron. Annapolis Rev. F. Wiehaus of sacred heart Church her. Joseph Schmidt of St. Alphonsus Rev. John diag of St. James Rev. Andrew Englehardt of St Peters and Rev. Thomas Ott of by James. The choir under the direction of or. Michael Schafer Sang the mass. The pallbearers were messes. Charles Willax Edward j. 8torck, George p. Debes. George j. Thaler Joseph Mcquald of Philadelphia and August Hubbel. Burial was in holy redeemer cemetery. Mrs. C. E. Weitzel. Mrs. Catherine e. Veitsel widow of Martin Weitael. 1420 Bank Street died yesterday morning after a lingering illness. She was 82 years old and la survived by four sons messes. Martin Weitael John Wetxel Henry Wei tej and William f. Wetxel and two daughters. Mrs. Henry Holdefer and miss Mollie Veltzel. The funeral will be held tuesday afternoon from her late Home. Rev. Frederick Sterger will have charge of the services. She will be burled in Baltimore cemetery. Charles 8. Brunner. Charles 8. Brunner. 35 years old Eon of the late Joseph and Margaret Brunner 1738 East Lombard Street. Died Friday night after three weeks illness from a complication of diseases. He in survived by a widow mrs. Agnes a. Brunner and four children. The funeral will be held tuesday morning from St. Michael a Catholic Church where a requiem mass will be celebrated. Mrs. Beatrice Dunning. The funeral of mrs. Beatrice g. Dun Nung who died thursday at her Home 2109 Cromwell Street took place yesterday from St. Ann a Catholic Church. A requiem mass was celebrated by Rev. C. F. Thomas. The pallbearers were messes. John a. Smith. Harry Brunt Charles g. Riepe. William Metcalf Elmer Hatter Edward Berg. Or. Haneon and or. Westcott. Burial was in Bonnie Brae cemetery. Ii. It a u it a. Is g. Carlton Buck. Or. G. Carlton Buck 22 years old. Died in Tucson aria., last saturday. He was the son of or. And mrs. Wilson b. Buck 2100 8t. Paul Street. The Young ran had gone West to recuperate his health and on making a trip to Mexico was taken with the mexican fever and failed to regain his strength. Daniel Schwart. # or. Daniel Schwarts died at 10.30 a. M. Yesterday of a complication of diseases at his Home hoi North Carey Street. Born in Germany in 1830, or. Schwartz came to this country go years ago. He immediately entered into the bakery business and for More than half a Century was Well known particularly in Lexington and Centre markets besides a widow who was miss Char lotto Redner or. Schwarts la survived by six children mrs. Katherine Schul Beiser mrs. Dova Arnold mrs. Gertrude Tuerke and messes. George. John and Daniel Schwarta. The funeral will take place to Morrow afternoon rom his Home. Burial will by Lif St. Paul a cemetery Druid Hill Park. A Bullet in his heart a. It Foster of Philadelphia ends Idle at Eutaw House. In and about town almanac for bait i More this Dep Eye Tyi Lassk is a or a Light in sunday Turret ugh to oat monday a a 4 �6 a my High a my. Am . Calculation a a prepared to boaters Standard Tim phases of the Mook Fob Masch. Lost Quartz. Eth i fire new Moon 14th i full mom. Btl leaves no note to Tell Why dead Mao found lying on floor in Pool of blood a come Hor from old Point a in Ott r. Foster 2115 Howard Street. Phi Ledelphia ended his life in his room St tbs Eutaw House Early yesterday morning by shooting himself through the heart. What prompted him to kill himself is a mystery As no papers or note were found offering any explanation. Numerous letters and Legal documents found in his suit Case indicate that he had been employed in the construction department of the United Gas improvement company of Philadelphia. Most of Hie communications were with the third vice president or. Walton Clark whose office la at Broad and Arch streets. Foster who appeared to be about 28 years old. Registered at the hotel aty8 of clock Friday morning and was assigned to room 297, on the fourth floor. The room is St the end of the hallway and la separated from the other rooms except on one Side. Little was seen of the new guest on Friday and a he did not leave his door key at the office when be left the banding it was not known St what Bour be returned to the hotel on Friday night. Found door locked. The first suspicion that anything unusual had occurred was caused by a maid who made futile attempts to get into the room. She found the door locked on the inside and the key bad been left in the lock. When she failed to get a reply to her rapping she notified or. Herbert the manager. Or. Herbert accompanied by the watchman Frederick l. Myers went to the room. The latter climbed to the transom and saw Foster lying on the floor in a Pool of blood. Patrolman Charles Sinclair was called. When the officer entered the room after the watchman had climbed through the transom and unfastened the door from the inside Foster was lying face downward. With his head Only a few inches from the door. On the bed which was within arms reach was found the pistol. It was apparently new and a 38 Caliper Hammer less. It contained Only on empty Shell. C Lothing carefully j folded. A bad removed his Cost Vest and outer shirt. The former with his overcoat was carefully folded and placed on the Back of chair at the other end of the room. He bad a smooth face and was More then Oral barfly handsome in appearance. Hie garments were of Good make and his appearance indicated that he was prosperous. In hts pocket were found $32.89 and a Railroad ticket from old Point Comfort to Philadelphia Over the Baltimore and Ohio. It was purchased last wednesday and had evidently been need by Foster coming from old Point Comfort to tote City. It la believed he arrived in Baltimore a Short time before he registered at tbs hotel. On a a Lapel of his coat was a Gold pin bearing the insignia of the greek letter fraternity Delta tau Delta. There was a Diamond Stickpin in his Necktie. The letters and documents found in his dressing Case pertained exclusively to bus Ness of the United Gas improvement company in Philadelphia. Several of them contained plans or prospects of purchasing property or interest in properties in different Peru of the country. In others inquiries were made As to methods of manipulating Gas fixture. In i pocket was a Gold open face watch. Coroner Patrick f. Martin investigated the Case and gave a certificate of suicide. He said he believed the Man had been dead at least 15 hours when Bis body was found and As the bed in his room had not been disturbed. It is believed that he shot himself Early Friday night. The property of the Man a turned Over to the police department and the body sent to the morgue. Was expected Home Friday. A dispatch from Philadelphia Leat night Bald Quot Arnott r. Foster was a son of Joseph Foster of Joseph r. Foster a sons. Marriage licenses lsae4 by Tike Claris of tile Cee of of common pleas. The following marriage License were loaned in Baltimore yesterday the persons re Elding in this City unless otherwise stated t 8. Ash. It com v. Bossom. 22. Applicant Harold b. Shipley 50 Brick Hin. t. Beeler. 20 j Lilly r. Hall 21. Camden n. J. Applicant Richard f. Beeler Arlington my. Blakely no Bis. A Frank h. Blakely 24, Rockland hotel Stamford. Conn. I May a. Norris 23, Washington. i. Daniels. To. Widower. Olivet Mich. Minerva t. Ellis 69, widow. Applicant m. T. Nettleton Chicago ii e. Michael 24. 228 w Jackson Street Katie Stone a Ifer 28, both of York a. Smith Michael Fliam a. Smith. 25 i Minnie m. Michael 21, both of Frederick Maryland. Weik Keo a How Btu. A Isaac Weinberg 24, 15 North Exeter Street Lens Herne to 20. You 8. Young 51. Widower Belair my. Laura c. Boyd 43, widow. Coli used Mclain Odum. A William Mclain 381 Mary g. Odem. 32._ lectured on admiralty Law r. Dyers. He was unmarried and lived with Hie father. For several years he had been in the employ of the United Gas improvement company As a constructing Engineer. And had been away from borne in the interest of the company Only a few Days on the present trip. He wee expected Home last night. Quot when asked of he knew of any reason that would have prompted his son to end his life the father who had received a Telegram announcing the finding of the body. And who was much affected declared he a unable to explain it. He was anxiously awaiting the return of another son. William who had gone to Baltimore to arrange to bring the body Home. It Wax expected to arrive this evening. A the family has resided in the northeastern Section of the City for Manv years. Arnott was particularly Well Kii own and had Many friends. He was regarded As having been successful in the career he bad chosen and those who had been associated with Bim in a social a Well As a business Way declared that they could suggest no motive for the Board Woald open Baker Street. The Board of Public improvements yesterday approved the ordinance to open Baker Street Between Fulton Venus Sud tbs old City limits. The ordinance to pave Heath Street Between Light and Johnson streets was Brid up because the kind of pavement was not named in the ordinance which read a improved the members of the Board favored the ordinance but thought it might be defective. It will is returned to the Council for correction. Or. Charles f. Harley add Pri Kappa slam Frater a j. Or. Charles f. Harley of the Baltimore bar delivered a lecture last night on a admiralty Law Quot to the Baltimore chapter of the Phi Kappa Sigma fraternity at tha chapter House 1408 Mcculloh Street. A series of lectures has been arranged by the chapter. The attendance includes not Only the members of the fraternity but other prominent members of tbs bar. The next lecture will be delivered by judge Frank i. Dunean of the circuit court of Baltimore county the subject Bein a prs tic in the Baltimore county hid clue to identity White Man 30 years old Foss with Hole la head. An unidentified White Man with a Bullet Hole in i right Temple was found dead in a Wood on the Harford Road. Near herring run. Yesterday afternoon. Near by were a revolver and a half pint flask partly filled with whisky. The body was discovered by Arthur Layne is year old and Walter Cole Eon of Rev 8. W Cole. The boys were playing in the Wood when they detected the believing the Man to be dead they take tend to the Home of Young col and informed Rev. Or. Cole. Who telephoned the information to the northeastern folic station. Sergeants Bruni and Nevina were soon on hand with the patrol Wagon. The body was found about 500 Yards from the Artesia and was in a secluded Corner of the Woods. The Man was 5 feet 7 inches Tail. About 30 years old and weighed too pounds. He wore a dark Gray suit. An Outing shirt with Long Black stripes four in hand tis with Brown Stripe Sod a Whit to rued Down Collar. His hair was Long trimmed football style. His complexion waa dark and his face was cleanly shaven. When searched at the morgue $1.90 in Money a found an open faced Gold filled watch. A Bunch of keys a package of cigarette paper a Nickel handled knife and a folding pocketbook made of Alligator Akin. Apparently every Effort had been mad to hid Hie identity. The name of the makers of his clothing had been torn off. His pocketbook had a place for a slide containing by name but this could not be found. No papers or letter were found. There were no alga of a scuffle in the neighbourhood of the body. The Wood in which the body was found Are owned by or. W. Hall Harris the postmaster. Coroner Caruthers decided death was by suicide. The body wet warm when found. Pouce said suicide pact or. And mrs. Richard Giltner Mer recover at Hospital. Richard Albney and his wife. Or. Eur Gibney. Were found unconscious from the effect of Poison in these and floor of their Home. 1211 West Baltimore Street shortly after to a. M. Yesterday. The husband a iring on the floor. While Hie wife was in bed. Both were attired in their night clothes. According to the police everything about the room pointed to a suicide pact Between husband and Wile. The couple were sent to the Franklin Square Hospital where it was said they would probably recover. The physician in charge at the Hospital was unable to say what kind of Poison they bad swallowed. He said it was apparently an opium product and that there were evidences of Gas poisoning. The Only Poison found about the Bouse waa a bottle half filled with carbolic a Idall the Gas Cocks to the House were tightly rioted and the windows in tbs room were . The couple were discovered by sergeant quirk and patrolman Davis of the southwestern District who had been notified by or George h. Bentley 120� Weet Baltimore Street. Or. Albney conduct a sewing machine establishment next door. And when several of his Cua Tomera called and could not gain admittance they reported to or. Bentley who notified the police. When they failed to arouse the occupants of the House by repeated knocks the polic men broke Down a be door. It was at first thought that they had been the victims of burglars. All of the bottle found on the premises were taken to the police station from where they will be sent to the City chemist for analyst. No longer bankrupt. William f. Bevan trading As Bevan a sons. And col. 8. M. Williamson of Baltimore and Henry \ Chipman. Of Baltimore county were it anted their discharge 1� bankruptcy yesterday. A decree was signed yesterday by Jud Morris in the United state dismissing the petition to have Mathias Ament adjudicated a bankrupt. I a 4 a id i Yorr always pure harmless and effective and put up in compliance with the new National pure food Law guarantee filed at Washington serial number 150. Or. Greene Ner Vura has an authentic record of thousands of cures of men women and children All Over the continent. Or. 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