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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 25 October 1896

HAS Wofl HIS SPURS. _I*OL\G CORBETT AVILL BE WITH THE BALTIMORES NEXT YEAR. HIS FINE CLOSING WORK. CLEVELAND OVERWORKED YOI'NO AND CIIPPY NEAR THE SEA SON'S END. tHE SPLENDID WORK OP TERRY. ..ox si it About the Contest for Na tional League Championship Next Year. Special Correspondence of the Globe. NEW YORK? Oct. 22.— There is no spot or blemish upon the Baltimore club's title to the championship of the National league this year. Last sea son and in 1894 the glory of the club's claims to the pennant was dimmed by its defeats in the Temple cup series. These two defeats came right at the close of the respective seasons, and were so decisive that they dazed the friends of the champions. In nine of these Temple cup games against the New York and Cleveland teams the Baltimores had won only once. It ls not strange, therefore, that the effect should be a morose or sullen feeling in Baltimore following closely upon the exultation of pennant victors, and in other sections an occasional susp...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 25 October 1896

i« FHEE FROjW IJISUIiT NO ATTEMPT MADE TO INTERFERE WITH THE SECOND CARLISLE MEETINGc GIVEN A GREAT OVATION. PEOPLE OF HOWLING GREEN WIPED OCT THE MEMORY OF COVINGTON. SPECIAL POLICE NOT NECESSARY. _• If the Hoodlum Element Was Pres ent It Feared to Make Any Sort of a Demonstration. BOWLING GREEN, Ky., Oct. 24.— Becretary Carlisle delivered the second of his Kentucky campaign speches in this city this afternoon. His reception was entirely cordial and free from any attempt at insult. He arrived on the early train and was conveyed to his hotel .where he remained until noon, being visited by hundreds of citizens who paid their respects and gave him assurance of fair treatment while here. The secretary spoke at Potter's opera house, which was crowded. For an hour and a half Mr. Carlisle was lis tened to with rapt attention and was enthusiastically applauded. The extra police, put on duty by the mayor, found nothing to do. If the hoodlum element was present it was afraid to make any sort...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 25 October 1896

lilbbl COJVIES AGAIJ_ JPAVO-RITK GERMAN OPERA SINGER TO APPEAR AT NEW YORK. PATHS PETTY JEALOUSY. AN INCIDENT OE THE DIVA'S TOUR WITH EMMA NE VADA. tCHUOERT CLUB'S FIRST CONCERT. Gerard Toiinlnic's Compositions De light a Lnrge Audience of Local Mnslc Lovers. Ul M Lehmann, not many years since the star of the Wagnerian operatic world, has not permanently retired from the stage it seems, for it is report ed that she will sing in New York this season. She became the wife of Herr Paul Kalisch two years ago, and has since been living quietly in Germany. The following incident of the singer in dicates that she is a bonne vivante ac cording to Teutonic methods. During the last Niemann season at New York, all the chiefs of the company assem bled nightly at a German resort where Pilsner, caviare, schwartzbrod .and cheese constituted the menu. The tenor, Niemann, drank his beer from a schooner and never ordered more, as the waiters invariably refilled his emp ty glass until told to stop. One...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 25 October 1896

14 - fr-_=r=_r=__r ; — ===== : ~_ llpF From Mine to Mint, ~j£ The Story of a Twenty-Dollar Gold Piece yyy-—^== l§p*" From Bullion Into Coin. Special Correspondence to the Globe. PHILADELPHIA, 0ct.24.— 1n my let ters from the Rocky Mountains I have described how the atoms of gold and silver are dragged forth from the rocks and by means of chemicals and fire are turned into bullion. I have come to Philadelphia to tell you how the bullion is turned Into dollars. The Philadel phia mint is the largest and oldest of the United States. It is said to be one of the finest mints of the worid. It coins millions of dollars' worth of gold and silver every year. It has. since its beginning, during the presidency of George Washington, puchased more than a billion and a half dollars' worth of gold. It vaults now contain almost 1200,000,000 in gold and silver, and its wonderful machinery is turning golden bricks into golden eagles. It is coining silver at the rate of thousands of dol lars a day, and...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 25 October 1896

.\ THE MOUNTAIN STATE appears IMLIXED TO GO AGAINST M'KINLEY. COMPLICATIONS NUMEROUS. POPI'MSTS AND DEMOCRATS MORE VOCIFEROI'S IN CLAIMS OF SUCCESS. f-EPI'HI.ICANS WORKING HARD _ml « Imi r man He-mli field Tlilnkn tbe McKinley Klecto _-» May Have a Majority. Bpccial to the Globe. HELENA, Mont., Oct. 24.— When a sturdy but tiny band of Prohibitionists met in Butte a few days ago to nomi nate a ticket for presidential electors the last state convention that Montana will know this fall was held, and the fifth ticket was placed in the field. The Prohibitionists will not claim much public attention this year, however, for there are issues that far surpass theirs in the public mind, and Issues over which the contest has already been waged more than a month. For this is the most exciting campaign the people of Montana have ever known. There are more conflict ing issues within the parties, and more men trying to harmonize them, and more who are willing that they should remain as they are an...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 25 October 1896

16 THE ]HISSI]IG urn JOHN. S. VAJfDIVER SUPPLIES THE ANTI-CHAPEL REPUBLICANS WITH IT. ADDITION TO THE CIRCULAR WHICH IS BEING DISTRIBUTED BY THE ME.V OPPOSED TO THE SHERIFF. ■TORY OF A CONFESSED LOBBYIST. Records Show He Was a Deputy Willi* Handling, the JfSOO He TolU About. "The Missing Link" is the caption of an addition to the circular that has been issued by the Anti-Chapel Re publicans. The addition relates to the meeting ln the First ward last week. a report of which appeared in the Globe of Thursday. In that renort mention was made of a circular that was distributed, purporting, to give a tiistory of Chapel's efforts to main tain, through the legislature, the fee system of his office. The addition is as follows: When the foregoing was written It was Well known ln a general way that Chapel was the chief promoter of the nefarious scheme to rob the county of more than $100, -000 by repealing the salary bill. The Instru ments employed by him, now appears In the following: We, the...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 25 October 1896

THE SAINT PAUL G_LQBE. PAGES I ? TO 26. VOL. XIX.— NO. 299. Be It Gold or Silver, Your Money Always Buys the Most Here. Truthful Advertising, Liberal Methods, Complete Stocks and Lowest Prices are the Pianks in the Mighty Platform that have made this St. Paul's Most Successful Store. The Chance of the Season to Buy <s^** __f*_/*C7 V^*^- fX ==^' r CI ANJ !SJ R I SL HOSSFPV M % m £^ \ \/^^ s* __/ M !& rLAl>ll>c.L£>. IIVOILS\I. \ ff W2 «P /'"""V® jnW/M Mff/%/&4)/E/frS 4fW/M B(ml£W^V/^Jm QvV W ahe every-da v rash in this de -ISC, 41C find SOC StOCk= ? $W Hiv^ Ry.ra--.irx; #j 4--J^V \W/Br JwM MM/mM&/WW§ WJff m? _-. . ._, is_ partment i 3 not based on flcti ?,l fioc W Oive Bargains m WMsW $WM/m mM/MB mM^/WMM \J^W#C^n Jjgf Styles Never Wl. tious values. The goods wo offer ingS tor 25C. SJE That Have No Jr V«_^Py "'' „, ,—,..„..,„ ■.!,^._JuT __■■_.■! i 3S ' w X| at the prices quoted cannot ba We have just -loscdou. a largo S *Kik $jy '" "" aiMH WMWIIB«_^^ s|t/ Handso...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 25 October 1896

18 c= — ' . — BOOKS Of THE HOUR ; «J. S. OK DALE" PUBLISHES A PO WEKFI'L STORY OF COLO NIAL LIFE. *A KNIGHT OF THE NETS." ' HF.HT Wl t_'S DISCISSION OF THE UIOLOUICAL PROBLEM OF TODAY. •the BBC-imrare of the end." Nurn Perry's "Three Little I...ligh ters of tlte Revolution" — Literary .Votes — Hew Books. If the revival of the literature of gore is to bring in its train many more volumes of the conservative and dignified excellence of "King Noanett" by Mr. F. J. Stimson, we can perhaps endure with more patience the host of cheap and flimsy stories of blood and battle which are poured out upon us. The early history of our own coun try furnishes as rich a field for the historical romancer as he needs, and it is a period almost wholly unexploited ln fiction. With the exception of Mrs. Maud Wilder Goodwin's charming tales I wish that my Room had a Floor ! I don't so much care for a Door, • - - ' 7 :.. aPt. -:. . '.A Az- But this crawling around Without touching the Ground Is getting to b...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 25 October 1896

I'■ ■*** '"^ ■ ' _ ra se?* Bj ¥r^^wH| W m § fs^W^^^^a^^S^^ <\ T ,,_i_,-.a.. , _ , . _,t • Irr tt With the goods you need at the time you ?S C iv D wr\M_*»i_- I .TCV AW sta W 'Ri ll^ " 111 J___ 1 I g^XHr H™!rTn ff thk- *.^ best-selected stock of Hosiery and Un- H need them. Always on the alert to make FOR MONDAY. I\«K i II 18l •B "9 _. 9 9 k ---■ ™ 3BET J i^T wAT'SiJ y V , Sd ° U -* tful lf . there ls f s 'T a 8 the business bigger aud the store better. All kind? Of Hurh-GPade Silks l\WL™ 1 J'B 1 , mMm yJ\ >LyPlsUm* JJrffftl_lß nSHMfc^ << stock West of J^w York- q u,te certam none where lower <We never hesitate to make ourselves un- oat all kind* n" I r vj oiJL? «£„ I trft-l ■ ft. I. _i_<fßrniTiTffiiMlffl Jll IWWI fT WW I_i ! P . 1C ? * q **.§ 1 ' quality con3id «ed. Here are a few sam- G derstood-"cutting to the bone." J l ,,* 11 Xin J S ° l Low PHC63 for 11 WT BWBB-fl "IHrWinfflL 3k ml L I 11 IFX I TJOiIVI ■! Mill! U MP*^''' § ple.te.ns. Pr^s hold good as long as ...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 25 October 1896

20 pUBURBM | m SOGlftL. JO} 1 MEKRIAM PAHK. One of the most pleasant events of the Reason was the reception given on Thurs day afternoon by Mrs. George S. Ostrom. at her home on lglehart street. Mrs. Ostrom was assisted by her sisters, Mrs. Albert Nash, of St. Paul, and Miss McKennon, of Duluth; also by Mrs. O. B. Shepardson. Mrs. George M. Space, of Minneapolis, Mrs. S. W. Searles and Mrs. I). L. Kingsbury, Mrs. J. W. Bell and Mrs. C. H. Crouse pre sided in the dining room. Miss Florence Brainerd served the punch, asatsted by Miss Annarlair Northrup and Miss Caddie Frisk. Mit.. Helen Ostrom and Miss Fred* Zahni were also in attendance. The house was decorated in palms and roses. Paul Kleist's Mandolin orchestra furnished music. Next Tuesday evening, at Woodruff hall, the Daughters of the King will present the farce, entitled. 'The Register." and the operetta, "The Dress Rehearsal." Following is the cast of characters: Miss Ethel Reed Mrs. G. A. Coykendall Miss Henrietta Spaulding. ...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 25 October 1896

H salMt paUl soclal. R The end of this week brings with it one of the jolliest holidays of the entire year. All Halloween is a holiday cele brated by young and old alike and pos sessed of so many ancient and unique traditions all its own one becomes hope lessly entangled when endeavoring to look up even half of them. Almost ev ery one participates in some kind of an entertainment on this particular evening. In the homes small informal parties are usually the order, while the large clubs about town one and all give enormous dancing parties with lengthy programmes and generous banquets in connection. Kspecially is this so of the Scotch organizations, whose big an nual balls come off All Halloween and are among the most attractively ar ranged events of the entire year. But the fun to be had out of Halloween is extracted in all its purity by the small boy. To the small boy Halloween means —a night when he may. if the police do not catch him, cut loose from anything that even hints of co...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 25 October 1896

22 THE BAINT PAUL GLOBE: SUNDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1896. *!— L ! Highest of all in Leavening Strength.— Latest U. S. Gov't Report. Rcftfad taking ABSOLUTELY PURE TYPES Op BEAUTY |OW Till: DIFFERENT FASHIONS IN L.O-UIXESS COME AXD GO. A LONG FACE IS ESSENTIAL THIS SEASON'S BEAUTIES ARE TO HE TA1.1,. SWAN-NECKED, VET r__l">ll\ MKS. (i,KVKM\'D IS IH STYLE. The < liunKlng of tlie Type of Beauty Ih Said to Take Place Every Twenty Years. NEW YORK. Oct. 22.— There has been a change in the type of professional beauty. The I.angtry. with its long, thin face, went out some time ago. The Beresford, plump and blonde, died away. too. Latterly the professional beauty type has been the irregular, the piquant, the variable. Mrs. Hobart C. Chut field-Taylor filled this description perfectly. But the fashion has changed. Tho professional beauty this year will be the regular featured one, and any thing: but the extreme blonde. Titian hair, auburn, chestnut and brown all come within the requirement. Bu...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 25 October 1896

SAINT PAUL SOCIAL. The end of this week brings with it one of the jolliest holidays of the entire year. All Halloween ls a holiday cele brated by young and old alike and pos sessed of so many ancient and unique traditions all its own one becomes hope lessly entangled when endeavoring to _ look up even half of them. Almost ev ery one participates in some kind of an entertainment on this particular evening. In the homes small informal parties are usually the order, while the large clubs about town one and all give enormous dancing parties with lengthy programmes and generous banquets in connection. Especially is this so of the Scotch organizations, whose big an nual balls come off All Halloween and are among the most attractively ar ranged events of the entire year. But the fun to be had out of Halloween is * extracted in all its purity by the small boy. To the small boy Halloween means a night when he may. if the police do not catch him. cut loose from anything that even hints of con...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 25 October 1896

22 Highest of all in Leavening Strength.— Latest U. S. Gov't Report. Ivvi S£ Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE TYPES OF BEAUTY VOW THK DIFFERENT FASHIONS IN I_OYI,INESS COME AND A LONG FACE IS ESSENTIAL THIS SKASOVS MBA-Crass UII_ TO UK TALL. BWA_.-H___C.K_Bl>, VKT PI. VHP. » i*_ MRS. ( I.KVRI.AXD IS IH STYLE. STlie _'_ianKi».C of the Type of Beauty Im Snid to Take Place Every • Twenty Years. NEW YORK, Oct. 22.— There has been a change in the type of professional beauty. The Langtry. with its long, thin face, went out some time ago. The Beresford, plump and blonde, died away. too. Latterly the professional beauty type has been the irregular, the piquant, the variable. Mrs. Hobart C. Chatfield-Taylor filled this description perfectly. But the fashion has changed. The professional beauty this year will be the regular featured one. and any thing but the extreme blonde. Titian hair, auburn, chestnut and brown all come within the requirement. But the most fashionable is the extreme black. This i...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 25 October 1896

What Is the Necessary First Step to Be Taken by Our Next President ? The next presi \ INDEPENDENCE Jf 1 ! ° f Unlt * d States, whoever he OF THF may be, cannot "place and maintain PRESIDENT. ° ur TOUntr >\ °" a firm progressive ba sis." He can only do his duty in his office. The people of the United States having undertaken to govern themselves must work out their own prosperity.. It seems to me inconsistent with the American politi cal system to elect a president and look to him to do something "to attain the i. prosperity desired." We have had large experience of at tempts to work out a prosperity policy. There are plenty of people who have Invented such a policy, and who are trying to prescribe it. One wants to tinker the currency, another the banks, another the railroads, another the "monopolies," another the city govern ments, another wants to tax us some more, and so on. Here we are in a great new continent, only twenty to the square mile, lightly taxed— if we chose to be —...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 25 October 1896

24 APfiG THE ORDERS DOINGS OF THE SECRET SOCIETY MEN OF ST. I'Al I. THIS WEEK. THE MACCABEES ARE ACTIVE, PREPARIXG FOR THE RIG CLASS THEY EXPECT TO 1.. ITI ATE >ov. a:.. Iron hali. to honor someruy. Will Tender the Supreme President a Reception— Drnld-i Preparing for a Rail. Knights of the Maccabees. St. Paul Tent Xo. 24, held its regular review on Monday last, and the good attendance testified to the determination of the members to make things hum this fall. A large number of applications were read, and the success of the class for Nov. 23 is assured. The smoke social will not be held on Monday next, as the ladies of Maccabees hold their an nual ball on that date, and it is intended to give the members of No. 24 an opportunity to attend the same after their meeting which will be called promptly at 8 p. m. Tickets for the I_. O. T .M. ball can be had from any member of No. 24. Supreme President of the Iron Hall F. D. Somerby and wife will be ten dered a recption by the members of...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 25 October 1896

WANTS MAY BE LEFT At the folio vv In*; locations (or inser tion in the Doily and Sunday Globe, at the aHiiie rates as are charged by the main office. HAMLIN H. Hamline Pharmacy Drug Store , 700 SNELLING AVENUE. DAYTON'S BLUFF. i Sever Westby Drug Store «79^ EAST THIRD STREET. LOWKK TOWN. William K. Collier Drug Store SEVENTH AND SIBLEY. Joseph Argav Drug Store COR. GROVE AND JACKSON STREETS. M. D. Merrill News Stand ' 442 BROADWAY. MKi-KIA.-I PARK. A. L. Woolsey Drug Store ST. ANTHONY AND PRIOR AVENUES. ST. ANTHONY HILL. Emil Bull Druggist , GRAND AY. AND ST. ALBANS. W. A. Krost. & Co Drug Jltore SELBY AND WESTERN AVENUES. Straight Bros Drug Store RONDO AND GROTTO STREETS. A. A. Campbell Drug Store 255 RONDO STRERT. A. T. Guernsey Drug Store 171 DALE STREET. Brackett's Pharmacy VICTORIA AND SELBY AVENUES. WEST SIDE. The Eclipse Drug Store. S. ROBERT AND FAIRKIELD AVENUE. George Marti Drug Store S. WABASHA AND FAIRFIELD AVENUE. Concord Street Prescription Store. CORNER STATE AND ...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 25 October 1896

_te PLAYS AND PLAYERS CHAVNCEY OLCOTT WILL SIX« "MOLI.V, O," AND OTHER BAL LADS AT THE MET. HE HAS TWO NEW IRISH PLAYS. TRILHV WILL SIXG "BEX UOLT " ALL THE WEEK AT THE (iHAM) _\DER HVPXOTIC IXFLI EX< E. Snliioiout. Drnmns _in«l Their Re ■ ultM — Woman Im Amerlen'. Cen sor of the Stu;fe. Tonight will be the opening night of Chauncey Olcott's engagement at the Metropolitan opera house. He will pre sent "The Irish Artist," a play In which he has met with success for a couple of yeara past. It is a romance of the Wexford seacoast and the main theme is the effort of a young Irish artist to gain recognition as the rightful _on and ____o___________E______________E^____i_____-l l^W , 'i^f| V 'P*V' ' -jj4&y9rP^ss&& TZjtyyzJ vi, ' \ heir of Sir Rober Dean, a wealthy land ed proprietor. After some years' study in London, during which time he is fortunate enough to get some of his pictures "hung on the line." the younp man returns to Drim-na-Cor. his native village. He has some ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 26 October 1896

VOL. XIX.— NO. 300. BULLETIN OF tttE ST. PflrUk GkOß^. MONDAY. OCT. 26, 1896. Weather tor Today — Fair, Southerly Wind*. PAGE 1. Munition In the Sixth. States That Fuse. Kl«ht Killed in Collision. PAGE 2. Christ Chnrch Festival. Marching Mtnlsters Scoren. Old and New Snlnta. X Hays and the Surgeons. PAGE 3. Minneapolis Mutters. Meeting;* of Endearoreri. YlkKluk Generals Depart. Bishop Temple for Primate. PAGE 4. Editorial. PAGE S. Went Side Price Fight. Hanson Breaks a State Record. Seals to Be Protected. Constitutional Amendments. PAGE O. Henry Clews' Weekly Review. Official City Notices. PAGE 7. Markets of the World. The People's Wants. PAGE 8. Herald'K Wheat Review. The Household. Vagrant Verse. TODAY'S EVENTS. Metropolitan — Channcey Olcott, B.IS. Grand— Trilby. *15. Lledertafel— John I.iinl. Evening. 770 E. Seventh — John l.lnil. Evening. MOVEMENT OF STEAMSHIPS. BOSTON, Oct. 25.— Arrived: Pavonia, Liv erpool. NEW YORK— Arrived: Furnessla, Glas gow. LIVERPOOL— Arrived: Umbria. N...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 26 October 1896

2 FlO SGBOOIi FAILED TO SEND ITS QIOTA OF CHILDREN TO IHB CHRIST CHt RCH FESTIVAL. TRULY A FERVENT SERVICE, IN WHICH TOO EPISCOPAL SCHOL ARS PARTICIPATED YKSTKK- DAY AFTERMOOX. RECTORS J. J. FAIDK A*D E. DAY Ailrirt'KM Ihe Vonnj; FolUw nil the l.t'ssuuM of the tiositel of < liriNt. Fully .00 children alttaded the an nual Sunday school rally of the Epis copaJ Sabbath schools hild at Christ church, West Fourth and Franklin streets, yesterday afternoon. The per fect weather conditions of the day made it possible for U< i children to attend the services in large numbers and they were present, full of that youthful enthusiasm an-1 ardor which binds them together as young church norkers. The service was not pro found, us it was arranged especially for the children, but it served to in spire each juvenile heai t to an earnest participation in the exercises, which was view I'd as worthy of emulation by the Sunday school leachers and large number of older church mem l-ers pi -sent. Del...

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