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WITH POLES OVER
TWO HORSES ENDS
Albert Finally Makes
> Present of Animals
Taken During War.
t ' >'
By Et"CE>E ?AT*A?V.
..?i CaM* to TTv? Ws.hmgtos
ud nuw* Trrtun.-)
story recently from a Polish atat??
' man with whom 1 to *
-it the Hotel EuropejskiJ.
talked about the Polish ''""J" !
and about Polish ^7*ucr,t^m
and he told me thl. stonr to lll?_
Lrate the working methods
ish fchtnownlk." ~*?mar*
K"T?t many Pole.
discontented. 1 ?mm?nts or
Si W ?723 o^o
.,oT.?. twTwonder'ul Sray hor.ee.
ss? on, -yurrpr^-??
of Poland. Th*y " the president
the Belgian Kins 1 nd but the
of Belgium s ally. PJian which
present has a special ato
i am about to recount.
?' Gr-"0Gr;r?ood in
3ix years ago to( Belgium
the .tables ofl* the war.
,n Brussels. T.he (,,rmao general,
-<1 ?lth it Ue comBeseler,
who was the g the
mander of phased him so
Sray horses and ^ ^priated them
much that h*> * d uged tbera
tor the German army m<
for his coach till tn went to
when he left Brus omroander in
Warsaw as general
Poland. *rmy horses
He took the two gray n^
with him and * * as the
tion in the d Qf beautiful
Vole, are very KM* ? of the
waTfn msna?d *?
^o^nrfound I themu IIt -JST2L
^e?trVarT-d, Of the
Months passed. The
relations between J b,au.
that 2T ? ,wo gray horses taken
jn Brussels were now ^
Miado?U"he Polish Q?ai
.nstened to give the Btl. I
5= ^biLUrtn5;^ was
,re slow. Therefore It cannot be
' ' . _t that in four months ^
.vondered at that in to WarMW .
frond note arrived ,n that
ailing attention to the fact tnat i
the horses had not T?* a^rnaat|0n
Hrnsseta This created a sensation
the Miadowa. and a special com~"i3sloti
was charged with th?,JM*
,t returning the two h??" M
Tn'other four months pa??
Then a third note arrived tn ;
ma tic phrases that the tw?r
ll XL the Belgian government. |
L'nowing the difficile, of trans
-ortation from. Poland. was sendin
" a special Belgian train, com,ose1
of a locomotive and a wagon,
hring hack the two hors" '?k?"
by Gem Beseler and now used by
h? Polish government.
In the Miadowa the sensation ?
reated was once more tremendous.
The commission which "ad been
liarged to return the two horses j
Ta strong reproof and a new
ommission was charged to termi
ate the whole affair.
1 The Miadowa excused itself to |
; irussels. and after several month, j
more the Polish government got a,
fourth and final diplomatic note
from Brussels. In this note the
trian Rovernment said that. 10
?;?v. the very amiable /elation,
between Belgium and Poland the
Kins of Belgium has decided to
make the two griy hors-s. taken
six vears ago hj the Germans, and ,
which are now in Warsaw, a present
to Poland, with the engine and
the wagon sent to Warsaw for
bringing back the two animals, but
which have not yet returned to
Brussels." 1 ?
This was the last note. The ^lia lowa
expressed its thanks in the
most beautiful diplomatic language
for this new proof of Belgian sympathy
and gave assurance that in
due time Poland hoped to prove her
most friendly feeling for Belgium.
This is the story of the horses of
of men like
Lucky Strike ygACigarette
it's toasted \
which seals 4$ y. ' 1
in the real \
Bur ley taste J
(M r \ )!
j. . /
(Continued from Last M
Would Mis- Muriel Lannard kx
vor upon Mr. Henry Livingston Ba
000,000. than she had upon ypun
struggling along on $2,500 a year.'
This was the hypothetical que!
young 'man, still staggered by th<
heritance, put to himself as he sat
Heretofore he could offer her
and a well established proficiency
a useiul asset in married life!?bi
offer a wealth of things sufficiently
make even her ambitious mother
He recalled that lady's chilling
numberless act.-, trivial but subtl}
had indicated her active disapproi
tions to her daughter.
Hov; would she act *ow' Wo
that huge figure impel her to gr
thought gave him considerable pic
some time rollin? it around in hi;
tured himself sazing into her frigid
and saying: "By the way, Mrs. L
heard that my ;ii\cle has just.lett
He wondered what eUe sh<; woul
off her chair. '
It was ccrtainly an impressive t
terms within his comprehenson, i
to 100.000 weeks' pay at his presi
could be done with that amount
good or much bad.
He thought of other rich you
cided they used little imagination 11 I
opportunities. Some had been ru
struction of all incentive to eff
plunged madly into the pointless s<
Bacon resolved to follow neitnc
increacsingly important that the f?
accession to money be kept se<
course lay the only hope ot sue
IN LEAGUE COUNCIL
Chile. Slovakia and Sweden
May Replace Brazil. Spain
rfinMial Cable t* The Waahiaft.n lara-Jd
?nd United News.)
GENEVA. Sept. 18.?With the
election of the Judges of the International
court of Justice now. out ot
the way. the next important work
before the lea sue of nations asbeforc
the l.eaeue of Nations assembly
wfl! be to choose the four nonpermanent
members of the league
council, who, with England, Franc<?
,Italy i.vi Ja^an. wll1 PT s'de over
tne destinier.t>f the league for the
next four years.
Of the f? ur now members of The
council, only China will be re-elected,
according to present indications. It
is believed that Chile wi't replace
Brasil on the council, thi-t Slovakia
will take the place of Spain and that
Sweden will usurp the position of
The latter contest, however, will
bring the British dominion* into action.
an! i is certain that the colonies
will remand representation on
the counci as states independent of
South Am-rican delegates are supporting
Cai ad 1 in this flght. since
they desir a North American representative
on the council. t
China's re-election will be due' not
only t? tne universal recognition ot
Dr. Wellington Koo's great statesmanship,
b .t because It Is felt advisable
to retain China on "account of
her position in the Washington conference.
Richmond. Auditor, ot
RICHMOND. V?., Sept. 18.?
Charles E. Shepherd. City auditor of
Richmond. !ost a game tight for life,
when he succumbed early today, at
the Retreat for the Sick, to peritonitis,
which developed from an attack
of acute apendicitis. 8trioken ill
at his desk in city hall on September
9. he wa.? rushed to the hospital. An
emergency operation performed soon
after his arrival there disclosed that
peritonitis had already set in.
Mr. Shepnerd was 41 years old and
a native o? Fredericksburg, but had
pent most of his life in Richmond.
Besides his widow, who was Miss
Lula Kren&el, ne is survived by 8i*
childver, two boys and four girls; also
two sisters and a brother.
At Marine Barracha tonight at J:S0
by the United States Marine Band. William
H. Rantelmann, leader. Taylor Branson.
second leader. ?
March. "Semper Fidelia so?"
Overture "Poet and Peasant st'Ppe
Lornet Solo. Faataala Caprice. wlll?*
Musician Arthur 8. Wltcomb.
Brand Scenes from "Ca men _
Walu. "The Merry Widow ...Le?M
Torch Dance No. 1 ...... Meyerbeer
Marines' Hymn. "The Halls of Monteiuma.
The Stir Spangled Banner.
Band Concert ton ght at 7:30 o'clock at the
Smithsonian Ground*. Tenth and C 'tree'"
northwest, by the l t*te<V State. Nary BJUi.
Cba Il-s l?nter. director. '
March. "Ind.ana State Band
Orertai*. "Orphens in the ITiderworld
Ballet M i?ic from ' Fauat" Gounod
(a) Walts for Corp* de Ballet.
(b) Adagio. En emble of Helen and her
(e) Allegretto, Entry of the Nubian
(d> Malta Maeatoao, Paa Seul of Cleotel^Modto.
con Moto. Entry of the Trojan
iff Allegretto Paa Reul of Helen.
(g> Allegro Vivace. Bacchanale and
F.utry of Pbryne.
Grand Scene* from the Opera* 'Tajva-.
hauser"' ' v* I
Val*e Suite. ' Die Hydropaten .- ...Guagl
Belectioaa t <*n the Musical Comedy.
Tlotodora". .f ;?ta*r,!
Humnre ke lot?
Souvenir Ur . 2 I
Fox-trot. "Na-Jo" < ..Wedoeft
"The Star Spangled Banner
Concert by the raited States Soldier*'
Home Band, at bandataad today at 5:96
o'clock. John 8- M Zimmertnann, bandmaster.
March. "Gate City" Weldon
Drertnie. 'The Black Domino" ..labor
Boos. "L* Ad lea*' Schubert
Sent* from Comic Opera, "The Walt*
- Dream*' Oscar Straus*
fox-trot. "Moonbeam*" a ;. X . .><. Price
tValtz Suite. "Casino Daaeea". .Gungl
Jan Bable*' Ball" Bay ha
"The Star Saaulcd Banns* "
t | ... > ?. iflj
IN HEIR AT*LARGE
v.hich was ilimlv
onday.) The vast 1'^
>k with more ia- withheld from t!
con, heir to $15.- tiltte would char
g Harry Bacon, himself in their
With this pi.
>tion which that residence of Mr.
: fact of his ill- nand was at hoi
in his room. "This is Har
nothing but love May 1 come ov<
in pugilism?not * "O, I've such
it now he could "How about
overwhelming to ter. May 1 call
gasp. There was a 1
; politeness. By there was a fain
expressive, she "What is'it,
;al of his attin- something olse?
"Bijt this is
uld the magic of dying to-tell y>
aciousncss? The There was an
asurc. He spent "O, well? coi
i mind. He pic- The receiver
I, unfriendly eyes iiad many more
annard, had you bittcjly.
nie $15,000*00?" At 5 d*cloi
Id do beside fall with aristocratic
before the state'
>um. Reduced to Harry Bacor
t was equivalent her jubilantly.
:nt salary Much "My car is
of money, much bought it todayride
in it with t
ng men, and de- Her tyes lig
n the use of their "Your car,
lined by the de- could you affort
ort. Others had "O, it isn't a
:ramblc to double estly, "but it g<
r. But it became smartest hat ai
let of his sudden "Let's go up
:ret. Along that she said gaylycess
in the plan (Co
% Chair in Business
| CHARLOTTESVILLE. Va.. ?cpt.
18.?A. J. Barlow, of Boston. Mass..
has been named associate professor
< }f business administration at the
University of Virginia for the coming
session. He will ,take the place
4 of Prof. Wilfred Eldred, who has
. been granted a leave of absence.
Mr. Barlow graduated from Bos'
ton University with" honors, re
: ceiving the -degrees of A.B.. and
B.B.A lie has been an instructor
for three years and a professor for
one year in the. College of Business
Administration itr the Massachusetts
institution and holds a certified
public accountant's certificate
from New ^I^mpshire.
i ROUSES HAMLET
Rival Ganes at Freeport. L. i.,
Fire 100 Shots, Killing
FREErORT, U I., S*pt. !*.?A
oistol battle between rlv?T gangs of
bootleggers. which lasted more
than an hour and during which
more than 100 shots were^ fired,
killing one man and inlurinc: another,
startled this village early today.
It was not until the arrival
i of Chief of Police William Hartman
and the entire police department.
<uigm*nted by scores of residents
carrying shotguns, that the fusilad^
ceased and order was restored. At
least forty men participated in the
Shortlv *ft*r daylight the body of
a man believed to be that of Tony
, La Ouario. crumpled in a heap as
hough he had dragged himself underneath
a stoop, was found by police.
He had been shot four times,
once in the heart. Beside him lay
an empty revolver. A block away
the police found Sylvester La Scala.
shot through the right arm. In his
pocket was found an empty automatic
Police rounded up more than
seventy-five men and a few women.
Authorities learned that the shooting
was the outcome of a quarrel
between two gangs of Italians en.
gaged in 'running" whisky.
BK04DW4T LOTTED EXTRA
There i* no extra fae now from Washington
or Baltimore on the Broadway Limited.
leaving Washington 3:08 p m.. arriving
Chicago 9:M a. m. Pennsylvania System.
Awto-mcttic Oas Water U*ale
EDGAR MORRIS SALES CO.
1305 ? St. ft. \V. Mala 10P-I0S3
una / *'?i
te wrntm 0 - I
?ue* TM moim otumua
IT SHOWS THE PROGRESS
OF INVESTMENT IN
Through oar pUn yon mix Invn bow
U> laerraw yoor Income ratMUatlallr.
All about our 12% pnrtlrtpa t,.nf unit,,
i Call or-write us for tali Uforaatloii.
Stack Exchange Secnrity
aao b?mi Buiiaiac
14UU ?ni Vork Ave.,
WtsklRgl.n, D. C
Hi?h du> Mpraaaatatton >utW.
Fall ar part-tlma eippiwu.
; forming in his brain. a,
iver which was now his must be m
le knowledge of those whose atti- M
igc the instant his money eclipsed
an of campaign, he called up the
E. Johnstone Launard. Miss Lan- n
ry. 1 want to see you very much '
a headache. I'm awfully sorry." r>
tonight? You may be feeling betyou
up again later?" w
long silence. When she spoke again ^
it suggestion of irritation. *
Harry? The same old thing, or \
You know how mamma feels." c
important?a great secret that I'm ti
ou." . \
lotlier strained sitencc. v
tic this afternoon about livt." ?
was hung up on a young man who
things to say. He smiled a little
ck. when the avenue wa> thremged ^
cars, a sccond hand Ford drew up o
ly residence of Miss Lannard. a
i leaped out and was -soon greeting -l
outside," he announce). "I just r
and I want you to be the first to h
nc" . F
hied up. This was interesting. 1
Harry!" she exclaimcd. "Since when \
1 a car?" r
very grand car," he answered mod-'c
away and soon reappeared in her 5
the avenue and through the park,"
mtinued Xext Monday.)
IHyattsville Soldier-He roe s
Will Be Buried at Arlington.
HTATTSVILLE, Md. Sept. 18.?
Funeral services for Corooral Mau- !
rice B. Snyder, and rrivate George j
W. Farmer, who were killed in ac- I
) tion in the Arttonne drive. October i
9, 1918, will be held here at 10:30
I o'clock tomorrow morning. Inter- j
j nient, wifh full military honors.j
| will be made at Arlington Ceme-j
Snyder and Farmer were both
, members of Company F, llith Infantry
They were killed side by'
Side In raiding a German machine j
I gun nest
The funeral procession will proceed
from Hyattsville over the!
j Bladensburg road to Maryland avej
nue northeast, and thence to Penn- J
sylvania avenue, through the Capitol
grounds to Arlington Cemetery. I
, As the cortege passes Engine
House No. 10 all the bells on the i
apparatus will be tolled.
A squadron of "buddies" from the '
Snyder-Farmer Post, American I
region, which is named after the '
, two soldiers, will escort the bodies |
to their last resting place. The I
| Rev. George Miller, of the Ninth i
| Street Christian Church, will con- I
duct the funeral services.
i The bodies of Snyder and Farmer!
( were brought to this country by
Ueut. Ernest F. Keenard. who or- i
ganized Company F. Snyder is sur- !
SELSV': Mr" Mrs.
Bradley A. Snyder; one brother Albert
L? and two sisters, Marion B.. I
atUvlll 8 Snyder- a11 of HyAUTOMOBILE
Mraf Tl?, i. Ow 10 Tear, a New
AMmoMI, Oapaar Preaeats the
Motor PaMIe with . Radlr.l
pnrtare Kroai Ht Old Time Car.
few well-known names of Fn. i
1 mnt?Vka Btnk n?"' or a Live Pro,rne???f?re'
^Automobl/' 7^" Mm"on"Do\?S"A
S" ' n5S,t2SnST7?r fr'eW I
proceeded ^ Agencies who
P ? 'he wonderI.
s?i2i "f th? new Creation
hLim pe? paK" and the new car
became a fixture?and the funnv
usually m?rt? that the "'ockholdcr's
usually made money out of it.
In *?tMi11'^?.01 V"? h,ve been *Pent
^reat Industry since any
noHced. has bee?
bee:n^near*RUTnd Pr,ne">a* "ave
That's the answer. N
F.T!!,Lliirm,inBJ!a'nY No-Axle Car of
tC?n?7cT'th Radl" ?drtR?vol!l!
Jhot pWas.a far.thut Is In a clans
entirely by itself aa far a*, comfort
and easy riding; is concerned.
It has adopted Plywood Body
, (same in airplanes); pu Pont
RntiifS k Ifle?.d of P?lnt 1922
Cngliph body Tines, nnd you havo
what "was considered In Detroit
where It was dea'gned, the handsomest
and most stylish car ever
seen in the "City of Cars."
I The Birmingham Is not In a RUT.
It is guided t>y science and sense.
Just because every vehicle from the
naiiilif our ?,d frlehd
Plfaraoh. wh'eh he used in chasing
| Henry Ford s frleada Into the Red
Sjdo*n to the car YOU own, had
solid axles, made no difference with
| the Birmingham?It dumped it Into
Can and wlth one stroke
DID what all Automotive Engineers
1 haX?j!ee,J to do 'or 15 years
?eliminated practically all unsprung
weight and produced the
easiest riding car ever bunt.
ALL SUBJECT TO PRACTICAL
PROOF IN WASHINGTON
W""5 J\* "T" "r Jrnraan
meat ft date and place of deaaoastrati*..,
.!?, for oar ?H^? ""h
SSjIdi*" c"r *wae? ar
( . J
TO MEET TONIGHT
reparations for Presenting
"Ship Ahoy" Wffl
THE ITERALD RFRKAU.
A. 8. Doniphan.
727 Klnf Street.
ALEXANDRIA, Va. Sept. IS.?
"imbers of the Old Dominion Boat
lub who desire to take part in the
ay entitled. "Ship Ahoy," will
*et at the Confederate Veterans*
all tomorrow night.
The play will be given October <
*d 7 in the Opera House. At the
eeting tomorrow night George H.
iles, director, sent here by the;
>hn B. Rogers Producing Company!
ill be on hand. Between twenty
nd thirty young men and ^n equal
limber of young women are needed
> take the parts. All who are Incrested
are urged to attend. /
The funeral of Emanuel Ethelbert
ownham. former mayor of Alexanrla,
who died early Saturday night,
ill take place at 4:30vo'clock Tues '-y
afternoon at his residence, 411
orth Washington street. Services
[111 be conducted by the Rev, Dr. E.
Register, pastor of the M. E.
hurch South, and burial will be in
lie Presbyterian Cemetery, with
Tasonic honors. Members of the
arious Masonic bodies of which he
as a member, will attend.
Funeral services tor John W. Monoe,
who was killed Friday at Comber
Station, Loudoun County, while
rylng to board a "Washington and
Id Dominion train, took place this
fternoon at 4:30 o*clock at his resience.
518 Duke street, the Rev. Dr.
!. V. Register, pastor of the M. E.
'hurch South, officiating, assisted
y the Rev. Percy Foster Hall, recor
of St. Paul's Episcopal Church,
furial was in Ivy Hill Cemetery,
'he pallbearers were: Dr. S. B.
!oore. Harmon Roberts, J. Randall
'aton. jr., Richard F. Washington,
teceola llarsteller of Washington.
nd Edward Monroe, of Washington.
Ed every step of
out its length, oi
Explosives, air f<
vast quantities are
operation of an ant
Fully as importi
these materials is
ot tons of rock, i
water are pumped
Mines use 50.0C
to blast out the IS
wars dnven annua
l'hiladelphia, is n<
new supplies of co
For every ton
feet of air must be
elaborate fan and 1
> _ .
ly. Mom than 3d
every carload of c?
\ ." '
. : '
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yy - 4- u
/ , v ^
^ fc. D. WiHw
C.T. H?b?f. t
A Sermon by the Rev.
Pastor of Mow
M. E. Chi
aetroa, aatf f all the tWrfc. .rrr
which the Hair Ghaat hath aafc
roa anram, ter feed the ohurch
' ?n* Which Ha hath nnhawi
with Hli awa Mm' Paul la on
hit -way up to Jerusalem for the
last tima. Unabl? to atop at Ma old
church, at Kpheso*. he sends for lu
official membera and lnvltea -them
to meet him at the city of Miletus.
Some of the moat fruitful years of
hia ministry were spent as paator
of thas church at Ephasaa, and he
can not mtas this laat opportunity
to apeak tq those in whom he is so
deeply Interested. They too. these
riders are almoat equally eager to
see their beloved paator once more.
Ho they make a Journey of aome
forty mites. And wbea they arrive
Paul makaa to them his laat appeal
The firats charge he lays upon
their hearts la thla: "Takd- heed tc
yourselvea." One of the great old
aainta of yesterCfcy Mild that s
man's first duty Is to save hia owr
soul. There have been thoae in
plenty who have criticiaed thai
statement aa unchristian and aelflsh
but to my mind the ol<l saint wai
altogether right. A man's first dutj
is to save hia ,own aouL A man'i
first obligation is to sea to it thai
he himaelf has really been to th<
Croas. He is to see to It that h<
himself really knows the Lord. B<
i is to see to'It that he knowa the waj
| into the heighta into which he ii
I trying to lead others.
Way to Heavem.
But while we are to take heed tt
| ourselves, we are not to do ao slmplj
I for the sake of aavlng our own souls
We are not to take heed aimply tha
I we may go-to Heaven'at the closi
or the day. Religion of the'righ'
kind will get you into Heaven. I
is guaranteed to do^t. But it mus
do something else. It must maki
you useful. It must make you i
blessing. We are to take heed ti
I ourselves as a means to a great*,
i and higher end. that of being abli
! to take heed to others.
, And so the Apostle moves on t"
| that higher text: "Take heed ti
| youraelves and to all the flock." Toi
hy It Cos
To Mine ,
ral resource so essential I
id effort to reclaim as ant
its progress from rock-rib
The miner's pick?the
lese are only a few of th
utlays of money and labc
ar ventilation, and timber in
called for every day in the
int as the unceasing use of
the removal trom the mine
\lso thousands of gallons of
pounds of explosives
5 miles of tunnels and gang
equal to the building of a
ay between New York and
rcessary in order to get at
of coal mined, 0,700 cubic
forced into the workings by
x must be changed constant 0
feet of lumber is used for
Mf +* <
/ 1S7 Chestnut Sti
' f W. A. Mav. P
?*l fc N?^?stl?a Co. rannnh
W. L. Allen.
iaa Cotl Ca. Scnntoi
Cav Cod Co ' Madeira
Aha C. Do*
*??* ? Coal * Ina Ca Wotoa
1 Wuk?^B?rre Cm! Cm.
. ? . . ?
TAPPEAL ; ;j
Dr. Clovis G. Chappell, J
it Vernon Place I
*** r^aponalble. nat far yourself ]
Amply, but you are responsible for
aU whom you may touch helpfully.
..You cm not b? a Christian and j
Imply took alter yourself. Tou
h*V *ot to look after the other f?. 1
" * *? Tou moat do Vo be- !
'? ?uty You hate been j
Himself th"1 hlrh ofnc* b* ?<>*
Debfar te AIL
| It is an absolute necessity that
we rccoKHltt, oar responsibility to
the other fellow. Heathenism may
th? aactrin? of every fellow
for himself. A murderer may ask
that old question, red with blood
, and streaked with hate. "Am I mv
brothers keeper?" But the Ohrlstlan
confession of faith is. "I am
a debtor both to the Greek and to
I the barbarian,' to the wise and to
i the unwise." My life Is given to
1 me and salvation has been made
i poSHiM* for me. not aimply for myt
self, t,ut for the sake of others. I
am appointed by Chriat, my Savior
J to th?. high task of serving.
' . *r? to take head then to the
nock, to the church, because it ia
, 2"L.'iU,y to 1,0 *? w? ar* to take
heed to this flock because It Is of
; such unspeakable value. It to a
- treasure of auch infinite importance
( Oiat It is worthy of our highest
care and attention and sacrifice
I aul shows us the eon mark upon
the church?"Take heed to the
? church which He hath purchased
r with His own blood.*
tsrr*?M by ree..
> . T6' church today is surrounded
t by enemies. It is not easy to be a
( Christian. It never has been. It
t never will be. Our wrest line to
s fierce still, "not against flesh and
i blood, but against principalities.
, powers and wicked spirits In this
r | heavenly warfare " We still have
s to Combat greed and lust and self|
ishness Sin is still the rampaat
) I and hydraheaded monster that It
1 was centuries ago. The church
i must win her conquests in the midst
P^PBFoeOng Expense, etc
its So Mui
:o public welfare and healt
hraate coal ? Obstacles ro
bed fastnesses undergroui
waiting railroad car?yo
ie links in the anthracite i
>r are required.
Water which gathers car
must be kept down. This ;
mg every hoar in the 24.
On the avenge 18 tons
to the surface for each ton
1,6*20,000,000 tons of watf
Even the ton of materii
mine car often contains 88
Of the remainder one-th
smaJl to use in homes, an
As a resuJt there is oftei
coal-bin anthracite out of <
mined and handled.
The cost of supplies and <
is additional to the cost c
pense of converting in th<
coal into domestic anthrac
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5. B. TKorae, N
SOLDIER TO WALK
Throws Aside Crutches v
After Visiting St.
Peter's Shrine. /'
WHIIiI c?ki, to TV ? - , ROME.
pen recently have devoted aw:- |
-ntlre pages lo a miracle whirl- a
RL Pater wu tuppoaed to h*v j
performed 'upon a war Invalid b< 1
the name of Vinoenso Maaea
Xanra declared that he was a 1
fergeant In the Italian army aa<t U
wai decorated three time* for bravery
in battle. Acordlnr to hi* storr ,j
in the last battle in which he tool
part on the Plave front a abell J
struck him. wounding him la mar j
pari* of hi* body and paralysing .
hla limb*. One night. while aaloen i
In a boardiag house la Rome, h
heard divine voices saying. "Have
faith and thou Shalt wslk agau..'
On the following morning he ask- 3
ed some friend* to carry him to
St. Peter's and there, after Invofc
lac la a loud voice the divine hel >
of the patron saint of I Lome (soirv* ^
reports declare that It *aa t?
Virgin Mar;-) he suddenly felt hU ,
former strength return to hi* log. tj
Thereupon he threw hi* crutchir*
away dramatically and * tar ted t
leap for Joy around the chare*'
railing at the same time fervent
praise unto the I?rd.
of opposition sad in spile off opp
Not only Is the church threaten*
t>y danger* from without, hot wk:.
is worse still, there are dangewlthln.
"Also." says the A post I'
"Of your own selves shall men arii
speaking perversa things to drs>?
out disciples after them." Thl* .
the opposition that la most ds'
gernun. It is the internal foe thM
is to be the most greatly dreade
Troy never fell till the foe was at
mitted within her walla. And t?"church
never suffers aa *he suffe .
at the hand* of those nwom
careless and Indifferent oner w!
live within her fold*.
h demands such
ust be overcome
nd to our homes
ur local dealer's
istantly in the mines
means costly pumpof
water are raised
of coal produced?
sd coming op in the
per cent of slate and
ird of the coal is too
d is always sold at a
n less than }A ton of
each ton of material
?f the waste removed
>f labor and the ex?
breakers tiie crude
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