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IS DOWN TIGHT,
- COt. NUTT SATS
Chief of Dry Agents Predicts
This Holiday Will Be Most
Arid in History of Cap'tal
; WILL WATCH ALL CAFES
Extra Agents Taught How to
Tell Whether Hip Pocket
Contains Linen or Liquor
Gloom stalked abroad through
the downtown section yesterday,
poaping into the cups and glioses
of early morning diners and "ac
cidentally" brushing against the
hi?a of pedestrians, in pursuance
?fan order from Col. L. G. Nutt,
chief of the general prohibition
agroU, that this New Year sea
son be the dryest in the city's
TEAdrs ARE UNLUCKY
Nine premature celebrants In
habiting Ninth street and F street
restaurants, all Imbibing from tea
cups replenished from hip pocket
uasks. fell victims to the order
?hortly after midnight.
According to officials, more than
a dosen special agents have been
called into Washington to help
execute Colonel Nutt's ruling. They
made their Initial appearance in
the business section yesterday.
The agents are devoting most of
tnetr attention to Ninth street cafes
and restaurants. "It la i? these
restaurants that most of the New
N?t P*rtle8' are held," said Colonel
v..T*i!r T!" ** the dryest New
rear Washington has ever seen," he
wsnt on "in addition to the rigid
^ will be kept in cafes.
f**eral additional agents have been
ordered to give their attention to in
coming New Year supplies.
IRON HAND FOR ALL.
"There will be no leniency shown '
to celebrants captured over the sea
son. no matter what their positions
or social standing. I hereby give
toem fair warning. Our ruling must
Assistant Chief Linton S Evans,
who Is directing dry agents detailed
to the business section, has la d out
plans for watching all eating places
over the season. He also has taught
his men an "agent's trick" in de
termining whether bulging hip pock
ets contain linen or liquor.
Precinct detectives in outlying sec
tions of the city are working in
compliance with Col. Nutt's order
Strict watches will be kept at all
apartment house entrances. Police
Dope in this manner to prevent a
number of private celebrations.
Of those caught yesterday and
last night along Ninth street one
was charged with intoxication, while
the others were sccused of drinking
In public. All left collateral at the
First precinct station.
They gave their names as: Ches
ter Eymann. twenty-three vears
old. Naval Air Station: Earl Macon
Thayer. twenty-three years old
Martinsburg. W. Va.; Edward Ed
gar Sflggman. twenty-three years
old; Nolney Carroll Harmon, twenty
two years old. and Paul Gordon
Goebel. twenty-two years old. all
of a down-town hotel: William Lau
felt Kern, twenty-one years old.
Naval Y. M. C. A ; Robert David
Norwin. twenty-two years old.
George Washington University, and
Arthur R. Qulnn, nineteen years old,
451 Leroy place northwest, all
charged with drinking in public
and Edward (ioodwtn Coffman
twenty four years old. 672 I street
northwest, charged with intoxica
Freezing Weather Finds
Fuel Situation Relieved
Notwithstanding reports of freez
ing weather in the Northern States,
the Federal Fuel Distribution Bu
reau was without reports of coal
famine or severe suffering yester
Fuel Distributor Spens said the
anthracite shortage in the Eastern
States is being relieved with bi
tuminous coal and other substi
Relief from the anthracite short
age Is not in sight before spring,
he said. The production of bi
tuminous coal, however, is suffi
cient to meet the household needs
of the country.
Homage was paid to the memory
?f Louis Pasteur in both France,
his native land, and America. that
help from his
annlverstry o f
sn elaborate cel
ebration in honor
of the man
who is famed
world for his
were held at 400,5
2rs??,^_.u.n'ver?'t*- but owing
??-. holld?y?. they
were held a week prior to the an
niversary of his birth.
Pasteur was elected to the French
Academy In 1873 as a free asso
elate, as he was not eligible ?o
regular membership. The manv
m devUed a"<l discov
ered by him are estimated to have
Fr?"re WlHons of francs.
. h'? mo"t Prominent
,and , scientific discovery
was his formula for lnnoculation as
a preventative against rablea Like
W . system and methods of
fh Sr.* m"k don? much for
the betterment of public health.
Gay Midnight Revel Led to His Elopement Writes
"Bob** Savage of Romance With Pretty "Pogo Girl**
Millionaire's Son and Frolic
Beauty Reunited in "Sur-'
prise" Meeting After Long
Separation ? Marriage at
Dawn Follows Impassioned
Proposal at Height of Wild
Party at a Broadway Cafe.
"Brb" didn't intend to
?e Cnm WkU again after
ii! t i'? ? *purn?d him on
y? failure to remember his wed
ding date with her. But Fat*
threw them together in an acci
dental meeting. In today's in
stalment of hie remarkable story,
published exclusively in The
Waahtngton Herald, Savage tells
?J *?. encounter and how it led
to their elopement.
By ROBERT I. 'BOB) SAVAGE
(C.?TTl,l?. llll. by ?.w Tork lminniU
Y ln N?w Haven wu very
tame for the month after
Geneva Mitchell, beauty of the Mid
night Frolic, Jilted me.
On my return to New Haven I
discovered my collegiate standing
waa worse than I had first Imagined
and I faced the prospect of being
obliged to leave school If I did not
take some special coaching In sub
jects In which I was deficient.
I returned to the old ways I
had trodden before the interlude
In New York. Athletics, studies
and the companionship of friends
kept me busy.
arrange new party.
I did continue my efforts to ob
tain some word from Geneva, but
?elt*?m. !? an,wer letters,
telegrams and long-distance calls
1 decided ?he was ln ear
made no further attempt
to get in touch with her.
f.i?"?rM,?,jron;8 B"-thday. which
fell on Wednesday this year. It
was of course a school holiday
of mlne' ,he n*Phew
tl ^ v"S fi?""cler- invited me
New York with him over
the holiday. Times were dull in
y?* *ven'J ,had not ?*en to New
York since Christmas, so I accepted.
My friend had fixed it up for
0fether"Vnna"VanOe- Two beauties
of the Frolic were to go with us
to a large party at a Broadway
cafe, my old "hangout" in New
gatherW aM our was to
tears flood eyes.
N'e? York, my friend
fH J f"1?1 away the time until
the Frolic should be out. After the
last act was ended we presented
?U?Z'VJ" ?' 'he stage door and
asked for Lb* two girls with whom
my friend had made a date.
As we sat in an ante-room wait*
In* for the two girls, in walked
It was the first time we had seen
each other face to face since she
?gave me the gate" Just after New
I looked at her. and her beauty
seemed greater than anything I
had ever dreamed of. In that mo
ment she seemed to me the most
desirable thing ln all the world.
As Geneva looked at me the
tears came Into her eyes.
I stretched out mv arms, ah#
ran across the room and threw
her arms around my neck and again
we kissed?one of the most beau
tiful and Intoxicating kisses ln the
world that onlv Geneva can give.
MISTAKE. SHE CRIE8.
She cried, smiling through her
"It was all a mistake. Bobble,
darling. Mother didn't want me to
marry you. She had forced me to
give you up."
The old spell was on.
I cared nothing about the other
girls that my friend had picked
for me that night. Geneva was
the only thing in ethworld I want
ed, and I wanted her more than
the rest of the world.
The party was soon arranged and
another fellow secured for the girl
I was to have escorted. I didn't
kno wand didn't care who was on
that party. I had eyes only for
Geneva, and ln the few brief hours
allowed us we lived again the ec
stasy of our first moments to
My friend had to drag me away
from Geneva by physical violence
to get aboard the ''milk train" that
was to take us back to New
Haven in time for classes the
But he' didn't get me away be
fore I had fixed it up to see Geneva
the next week-end.
On Saturday. March 4, I arrived
In New York to keep an appoint
ment with Geneva. Several ol
the boys had come down with me
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STOLE MITE'S EWE
BALTIMORE, Dec. 39.?Alleging
that her chauffeur-husband's love
had been stolen from her by a
wealthy Baltimore widow. Mrs.
Lillian Cohen, of Washington, to
day filed suit for $50,000 heart
halm against Mrs Henry Rosen
feld. sixty-two years old. of the
fashionable Lake Drive apartments.
Mrs. Cohen, who is twenty-eight
years old, says her husband. Max,
Washington taxi chauffeur, la two
years her senior. In her petition
for damages. Mrs. Cohen claims
that her husband received numer
?.u* "to*? letters" from Mrs. Rosen
triM w ik u he frequently made
trips to the Monumental City from
i t Capital to visit her in her
lavishly furnished apartments.
Mrs. Cohen claims to have noa.
session of the letter* which are to
? uoSi? p"tof *
A MOVIE STRIP OF GENEVA MITCHELL, the "FoUieeT girl, whose elopement with Robert S.
Savage, former Yale student, created a sensation a short time ago. Bob has. now left the
young lady and has gone back to his parents. His colorful storg of his rapid-fire courtship and
elopement with the "Pogo Girl" appears excluslvelg in The Washington Herald.
I DO hereby swear fhat I have
read the manoarrtpt sinned
by me, covering the story of
my marriage to Geneva Mit
chell and the Incidents before
and after the event, and that
the statement* made and con
tained therein are true In
ROBERT 8. SAVAGE.
Subscribed and sworn to be
fore me this 14th day of De
I. W. PORTER, Notary Public.
and arranged to itage a party to
Geneva was the vision of love
liness that she always was. I
became more enraptured with her
charms every time I saw her.
The party was. as usual, a moist
one. and It was not long before I
waa making pretty heavy sea of
The liquor had made me for
get ths previous sruples regarding
marriage which had retarded me
during the Christmas holidays and
I propsed to Geneva that we motor
t? New Haven and get married.
Geneva asked Lillian' ("Spunky-')
Ackers, frolic beauty and her
special chum, to come with us. i
commandeerer Wally Works a
?chool mate and pal. and aaked
nim if he would stand up for me.
During: the aeventy-two-mile drive
to New Haven, we had plenty to
keep us warm and maintain our en
thusiasm at a high pitch. Not that
1 needed "hooch" to Induce me to
marry Geneva at this time, for I
j was sufficiently enamored, so wild
horse couldn't have dragged me
away, drunk or sober.
Upon our arrival In New Haven
we made the remarkable discovery
! that it was Sunday and, of course.
J we could not get a marriage liJ
j cense. None of us had though about
LICENSE IS OBTAINED.
'Then Wally had an inspiration.
He knew the town clerk at Milford,
about ten miles away, and would
rout him out of bed and get a li
So to Milford we turned our
weary taxi and finally pulled In
about 9 o'clock in the morning.
W ally's friend proved amenable to
suggestion and we obtained the
What a strange wedding cortege
we must have made! I have often
wondered if the staid Pilgrim
fathers who founded Milford In
1640 looked down On us, in even
ing clothes, plighting our troth that
It must have given them con
siderable of a shock if they did.
That night "Spunky" Ackers
went back to New York, Wally
went to his rooms, and we regis
tered at a New Haven hotel un
der an assumed name.
As usual, my thoughts and feel
ings after marriage wt-re recorded
In verse, my principal means of
That evening, really alone for
the first time with my adored one.
The world Is mine, I look on
To thank the donor In the sky.
A moon shines down In silver
Where o'er those paths a trillion
Go dancing off ? the evening
Wafts me their felicities.
Faery strains borne to my ears
Serve to whet those poignant
Which sometime* rise?and yet
Life suffused of love makes say:
Rejoice, untroubled, whilst thou
"Trou art monarch of all thou
(To be continued tomorrow)
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LIGHT BITE BIS
Reduction In the rates of thf
Potomac Electric Power Company
will be considered by the Public
utilities Commission at a public
hearing In the District Building on
Announcement of the hearing
was made yesterday and followed
a report filed with Engineer Com
missioner Charles Keller. by
Walter C. Allen, executive secre
tary of the Public Utilities Com
mission. showing that the com
pany earned a return of 9.3 per
cent on the commission's valuation
of the property, for the past eleven
William F. Ham. president of the
company, pointed out yesterday
that if existing rates had been In
effect throughout the eleven
months' period, the return would
have been less. whereas for
the first three months of the
year higher rates were In effect
and. accordllng to his calcula
tions. the company's return for
the past eleven months was a frac
tion o4sr S par cent.
MISSING ! HIS. I
Lawyer's Daughter Comes
Home as Suddenly as She
Returning to her home as sud
denly u she had left, pretty Vir
ginia Mackey. daughter of Cran
dall Mackey, one-time Common
wealth Attorney of Alexandria
county, Virginia, now a Waahlng
ton lawyer, aaved her mother from
a nervoua breakdown.
At 1 o'clock yesterday afternoon.
Mrs. Mackey appealed to the
Woman's Bureau of the Police De
partment to find her daughter.
81* hours later, the girl returned
to her home at 2020 Sixteenth
street, accompanied by a girl friend
and two young men.
In all probability, Virginia will
return to a school in Montreal on
January 8. She had come to Wash
ington for the Christmas holidays.
U. S. Agents Awaiting
Bergdoll In Florida
Br latrerad Serriee.
Department of Justice agent* are
at Pensacola. Fla.. waiting for the
steamship Jupiter to dork today,
when it will be searched for Grover
Cleveland Bergdoll, Philadelphia
draft dodger. It wa? learned here
Reports have reached the De
partment that Rergdoll shipped
from Germany aboard the Jupiter
disguised an a sailor. Intending in
this way to smuggle himself into
this country. Department officials
insist they have no positive infor
mstion that he has left Germany,
where he has been a fugitive for
i two years or more.
I Two weeks ago Department
agent8 made a search for Bergdoll
I when the steamship George Wash
ington arrived on its last trip
from Europe. Agents also have
been on the lookout for him at
Pacific coast and other ports.
The last positive information re
ceived concerning his whereal*>uts
was that he was living with an
uncle in Germany, where he had
been for many months.
Car Owner Is Entitled
To Damages In Theft
NEW YORK, Dec. 29?Owners
of automobiles are entitled to re
muneration from insurance com
panies for wear and tear upon au
tomobiles while the cars are in the
hands of thieves, under a decision
handed down by the Appellate Di
vision of the Supreme Court today.
The decision read:
"Diminution of value Is damage
embraced in the clause of the .n
surance policy insuring the plain
tiff against "direct loss through
theft, robbery and pilferage." if the
liability is not cut down by subse
quent conditions, in the policy,
making the defendant liable for ad
ditional costs for repairs and re
Women Battle In Dress,
Says Curator of Fashions
NEW YORK. Dec. 29?"Young
girls dress for themselves, but not
so with women?they dress against
each other," said Monsieur Jacques
Sourine, famous French fashion
creator, today. He added:
"You go to a ball; you see les
grand dames beautifully gowned,
magnificently attired. Do they
dress to please themselves? Ah,
no. madame! They are in the midst
of le grand bataille?the great war
of fashions. Each one is striving
to outshine the other. Each lady
is a beautiful warrior.**
Here for Funds
That the reindeer industry Is
now in its Infancy in Alaska and
eventually may surpass the cattle
Industry Is the
op nion of Carl J.
! from Nome. Alas
ka. to Washing
ton to secure
the aid of the
Corporation 1 n
putting the for
mer business on
Mr. L o m e n ,
who spent the
past two months
here, says there
are about 3S.OOO
reindeer in the
herds of the com
pany he repre- caol <J. IOMEM ?
sents and about 260,000 in Alaska.
He says there are more than a
million square miles suitable for
Six weeks ago Mr. Lomen pre
sented some of the Washington pub
lic schools with Eskimo relics. He
has been spending his time here
I with relatives and friends, He ex
pects soon to ratum.
At Thebes Yields
Hpaetel Cafcte Dtapatefc.
Br I'alTmal 8?rrU*?.
LONDON. Dec. M.
THE LUXOR (Egypt) corre
spondent of the London
Daily News tiMw
Howard Carter, the American
archeologlcal expert In charge
of the excavations at Thebes,
this morning permitted me to
examine the mysterious box
taken from the tomb of King
It is a treasure of great
value, made of ebony, gilded
delicately and inlaid with Ivory
and bronxe. L'nder m heap of
flimsy linen I saw what Carter
thinks were walking sticks,
bows and arrows.
Carter expects to bring oat
of the tomb its most valuable
contents about the middle of
B. C. PHODE SERVICE
111 BE EXTENDEB
Appropriation of $300,000
Voted At Annual Meeting
of C. and P. Company.
Telephone service in Washington
will be improved and extended to
the extent of $300,000 within th%
'.next year as a result of an appro
priation made yesterday by direc
tors of the Chesapeake and Potomac
Telephone Company, held In New
Most of the money will be ex
pended in the laying of cable con
duits through rapidly growing com
munities. Sections to receive most
of the extensions are i long Six
teenth street extended, through
Chevy Chase and along Banning
The dial telephone system, which
; Is being Installed In many cities,
particularly through the Wsst. will
not be brought to Washington for
many years, according to President
? A. E. Berry.
| "Little discussion concerning the
new phone system, other than re
ports from New York and Western
city representatives took place. The
Intention of installing them in
Washington which was enterta:*)^
i during the war period, owing to the
I scarcity of employes, has since l*en
abandoned," Mr. Berry said.
"Our present service cannot be
improved upon and I believe this
city would not welcome the change.
Unless the dial system proves a
tremendous success or we are
stricken again with a scarcity of
help, the new phone will not .In
During the war the Veterans'
Bureau Installed dial phones which
automatically connect different of
fices. All outside calls go through
the main switchboard to the cen
The dial phones are equipped
with revolving circle bearing num
bers. By bringing the desired
j numbers to a certain point the con
j nection is obtained.
i Washington was represented at
the meeting by John Poole, C. J.
Belt and A. E. Berry. Representa
! tives from Maryland, Virginia and
j West Virginia attended.
Dr. Keppel Will Head
NEW YORK, Dec. 29 ?The Car
negie Corporation, of which Elihu
Root is chairman of the board,
announced tonight the election ol
Dr. Frederick Paul Keppel, former
dean of Columbia University, as
president of the corporation, tc
take effect on October 1, 1923,
1 Dr. Keppel will fill the place mad?
vacant by Dr. James Norman
! Angell. who resigned to becom?
president of Yale University.
I Jewish Fraternity Men
: Welcomed By Dr. Simon
Dr. Abram Simon, president o1
the Board of Education and rabb;
of the Washington Hebrew Congre
gation, welcomed members of tht
I PI Tau PI Fraternity here for Iti
annual conclave, at the Eighth
Street Temple last night. He
praised the work of the organiza
tion. which, he said, was "charged
with the duty of carrying on th?
ancient precepts of the Jewish
For Dresses of
Young Ladies' Shop
UI? O ITM1T M. w.
AT JOINING KLAN
Ku Klux Promise to Repeal
Rule Barring Them as Mem
Washington Catholics aren't going
to flock to the Ku Klux Klan?
even though Ed wan! Young Clarke,
Imperial wizard and recognized die
tator of the organization, la willing
to allow them to Join.
Yesterday the Imperial wizard an
nounced tna.t the Klanovation will
meet In special session shortly and
repeal the rule of the Klan which
debars Roman Catholics from mem
Prominent members of the Cath
olic church, as well as priests and
bishops here, said last night they
did not think the church would urge
Its membership to adopt the hood
and gown of the Invisible Empire
"I think the order is merely a
new publicity scheme." said the pas
tor of one of Northwest Washing
ton's largest parishes "One hun
dred per cent Americanism doesn't
need to move behind masks and
the dark of night," he declared.
Jesuit Fathers at St. Aloyslus
Church said they did not think
Catholics would flock to the klan.
"If the klan la sincere In Its wish
that Catholics Join, It means they
have avowedly changed their pol
icy. We rejoice if such a thing Is
true." one said.
"Catholics will probably place
the klan on prohatlon. If they
find It Is fostering true Amer
icanism rather than religious big
otry. they will probably cease to
reject the organization, though 1
doubt If Catholics believe there Is
a need for any such body In thla
country." was the argument used
by the St. Aloyslus priest.
"Any organization which Is
founded on race or creed hatred
can never be a very Christian or
ganization." said a prominent Cath
olic educator. "I am against the
klan whether Catholics may Join
or not. Its philosophy Is vicious."
Owner of Historic
Cemetery Not In Records
MOUNT VERXON. N Y.. Dec. 2?.
?According to Supervisor George I
Ruscoe. of the town of Poundridge,
who la the oldest member of the
Westchester County Bosrd of Super
visors, no one owns the historic
cemetery In his township.
1 HEAT CHARGE
Accused of Having Lured
Pretty Gwendolyn Holland
Away From Mother.
RELEASED ON $300 BAIL
Convicted Defendant In $5,
000,000 Bond Theft Says
He Will Wed Girl.
Accused of btitnf lurel Mis*
Gwendolyn Holland. ittncttre
rtghtern year-old daughter of Mrs
Elisabeth Holland, of the Chastl*
ton apartment*, from her home
and with having made threat* to
do bodily harm to Mrs. Holland
Wllen W. Easterday, former Wash
ington broker, now at liberty on
botjdn pending an appeal from a
four-year aentenoe In the Federal
Penitentiary at Atlanta, was ar
rested yeeterday afternoon by De
tective Sergeant Edward f. Kelly
of Central offloa.
ARRESTED AT OI71CZ
Easterday waa taken In custody
at the office of Attorney Footer
Wood. In the Munaey Building,
while he and Mies Holland ware
In conference with the attorney
over pending divorce proceedings
filed against him by Gloria Foy
former Folliea girl from sloa ha
has been estranged sine* his arrest
In connection with the theft of
15,000.000 worth of stock* and
bond* In Wall Street.
Easterday waa triad In the IX*
trlct with Iaadore ("Nicky") Arn
stein, David W. Sullivan. Norman
8. Bowie* and Iaador Cohn. oa
charge* of conspiring to bring
stolen securities into Washington.
The four were convicted. Baater
day catting four year* and I14M
fine. Hi* attorney at that time.
T. Morris Wampler, mad* aa ap
peal. The motion la now pending
EMPLOYED BY D. A. R.
Easterday stated he plana to
marry Mis* Holl*nd. who 1* em
ployed at tba office* of th* Daugh
ter* of the American Revolution.
According to Mrs. Holland, her
daughter left home Thuraday morn
ing. On Wedneaday, according to
Mr*. Holland. Easterday in calling
at the Chaatleton apartmenta i*
alleged to have made threat*
Easierday was released on M00
bond* following his arrest on the
Played Harmonica While
Driving An Automobile
FALL* RIVER. Maaa., Dec. M
Robert E. Grlnnell of Mlddletown.
wm fined $30 here today for op
erating an automobile ao as to
endanger the Uvea and safety of
He was arrested Christmas
while trying to operate his ma
chine and play a harmonica at the
same time While doing ao. he
barely missed a collision with a
Dr. Hammond Heads
Talbot County Medicos
EASTON.* Md.. Dec 2S?At the
annual meeting of the Talbot County
Medical Society, here today. Dr.
Charles E. Summers, of the Uni
versity of Maryland, lectured on
infsnt trestment and feeding.
The following officers were elected:
President. Dr. William T. Ham
mond. Eatton; first vice president.
Dr. S. Fenny Wilson. St. Michael;
second vice president. Dr. Jamee
Bates Bennett. Eaeton; secretary
and treasurer. Dr. Joseph A. Rosa,
1^00 Witnesses I
HUGE SPOT ON SUN
MAY AFFECT WIRES.
| Phones, Telegraph, and Radkfl
May All Suffer From 1
Br MHN GOLMTBOM.
Tin Naval Obaervatory
reported the appearance of one of
the larft an apota In tha hlstorv
of solar obwi laOoa. The lmmedl
ate oonaequence la likely to be msg
netlc Interference with radio broad
casting and tha tatagrafih and tale
Neither the radio division of the
Bureau of Standards nor the tale
graph and telephone companies have
as yet noted any serious disturb
ance. but tha phenomena la still In
course of devel^ment. and as hrp
aun apota usually bring on decided
static sflacta. both wire and wire
laas operators are expecting then
According to Dr. Qeorg* H Peter*
astronomer at the Naval Observe
lory, the solar ruh began to appear
a week aio. It la In three croups of
large snd small spots, forming a ho
mogenous whole, both north and
south of the sun's center.
The spot may he oeea through
smoked glass or by persons whose
eyas are strong enough to stand dl
rsct gazing Into tha aun It la
changing In form, and further later
eating developtnenta in Its character
are expected during the next few
There waa one large spot portion
and a group of smaller ones nearby
In north latitude. There was an
other group of smaller ones In south
latitude. The whole covers about
one-twentieth of the sun's surface
There have been larger manlfaet*
tlons. but ths present one Is un
Such spots are caused by storms
In the gaseous mass forming the
aun. They are whirls having the
effect of an Inverted volcano, and
their reeult Is a a?rlea of oooled
layers which slightly darken ths
surface of. the sun.
The Naval Obaervatory doss n<w
?u bee rib* to the theory that gun
spots have a relation to
quakes or tidal wavea.
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SDITS & O'COATS
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