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SUBURBAN ASSOCIATIONS ASSOCIATIONSList
List of Officers Together With WithTime WithTime WithTime
Time and Place of fleeting fleetingON neetlngON fleetingON
ON THE ALTER OF THESE ASSOCIATIONSTHE ASSOCIATIONS ASSOCIATIONSTHE ASso lATIONS lATIONSTHE
THE FIRES ARE BURNING FOR ALL ALLTHE AllTHE ALLTHE
THE PEOPLE OF THE SUBURBSCitizens SUBURBS SUBURBSCitizens SUBURBSCitizens
Citizens Northwest Suburban SuburbanAssociation SuburbanAssociation SuburbanAssociation
Association AssociationMeetings
Meetings arc Hilit the Jlrxt Vrk Frlilny FrlilnyllTtnlnR JlrlnyInlnll fY fYe
e + Evening Inlnll III Koch Monlli In the Town TownHull TownII Town1I
Hull II nil TcnUjloMii n11 II IIOFFICERS nOFFICERS C COFFICERS
1I
OFFICERS OFFICERSPresident OFFICERSlresldent OFFICERSPresldont
President Charles 0 Lancaster Lancasterlot Lancasterlet
lot 111 VioeProsident Vice Prosident Col Robt I IFleming JFlemlnR IFleming
Fleming 2nd Vice VicePresident President Hon HonJohn HonJehn HonJohn
John B Henderson 3rd rd VicePresi VicePresident VlcePreeldent Vice Presi President ¬
dent John Sherman 4th VicePresi VicePresid VlcoPresldent VieoPresident
d dent nt Rev Joseph 0 Mollon Ma1lonj5th 5th Vico VicePresident VicoPrcsldont VicoPresident
President Rev J McBride Storrett StorrettSecretary SterrettjBocrotary SterrettSecretary
Secretary Dr J T W Chappoll Treas Treasurer TrtJRsurer Treasurer ¬
urer Charles R Morgan Chairman ChairmanExecutive ChairmanExecutivo ChairmanExecutive
Executive Committee Louis P Shoe Shoemaker Shoemaker Shoomaker ¬
maker makerJPaTlotal makerlaiz1otal
JPaTlotal lotal Membership about 150 150Brightwood 150Brightwood 150Brihtwood
Brightwood Avenue Citizens CitizensAssociation CitizensAssociation CitizensAssociation
Association AssociationMeetings AssociationJlfretlnaM AssociationDiretinga
Meetings nrc Held tlie Second Fri Friday JrltRY Frlday ¬
day Evening In lincli had 3lmitli Ioiath li lillrlclitnonl 10 10Jrlllhtwoot Inrrightvond
llrlclitnonl Hall HallOFFICERS IInllOFFICERS hullOFFICERS
OFFICERS OFFICERSPresident OFFICERSlresldent OFFICERSPresident
President Louis P Shoemaker let 1stViooPresideut hiVioePresident letVicePresident
ViooPresideut Wilton J Lambert Laratierl2nd LamherL2nd Lambert2nd
2nd VicePresident Edward T Bates Bates3rd Diltes8rd Bates3rd
3rd VicoPresideut Vico President Claude F King King4th Kingtth King4th
4th Vice President A G 0 Osborn OsbornSecretary born bornSecretary boruSecretary <
Secretary John G Keene Keenej Assistaiil AssistaiilSecretary AIIslsUllllSeoretary AssistablSeoretary
Seoretary Cuvier Green Greeuj Treusurei TreusureiN
N E Robinon RobinonTotal Robin on onfl on16VTotal
fl 16VTotal Total Membership about 125 125North 125North 125North
North Capital and EckingtonCltizens Eckington EckingtonCitizens EckingtonCitizens
Citizens Association AssociationMrcllngg
Mrcllngg are held Jlehllbe the Fourth Mon Monilny Monday 1fondRY
dRY livening III Kncli Mouth In thei the thetlinrch tbeIlttrch
Church Ilttrch oftlio of the Unite Brethren Cor Corner Corr Coruer ¬
i
ner r North Capitol nuit It Street SireetOFFICERS StrectaOFFICERS StreetOFFICERS
OFFICERS OFFICERSPresident OFFICERSPresident OFFICERSPresident
President Irwin B Linton Vice VicePrealdent ViceProsldeDt VicePresident
President nahington W Topham TopbamTreasurer TophamTreRS TophamTreasurer
Treasurer TreRS rel W W Porter Porterj Secretary SecretaryA
A Olingley O rJnglel Executive Committee CommitteeThe Committeelh CommitteeThe
The lh officers and Messrs Jay F Bancroft Ban Bancroft BlAncroft
croft Tbeo T Moore and W V J JFowler JFowler JFowler
Fowler FowlerBTotal Fowlere6rTotal Fowler1tiYTotal
BTotal Membership about 280 280TEN 280E 2801EVALL1ToWN
TEN 1EVALL1ToWN E AL ALLTUVN LI TOWN NEWS NEWSIt
It is said the Excise Board will act actfavorably actfavorably netfavorably
favorably on the application of Ernest ErnestLoftier ErnestLomer ErnestLofider
Loftier for a rutall rutallllquor liquor license dur during during during ¬
ing this month monthMarion monthMarion monthMarion
Marion Burrows has filed suit suitagainst snitagaiust suitagainst
against the District for 5300 300 damagesbecause damages damagesbecause damaResbecause
because his licensed dog was im impounded impounded impounded ¬
pounded
Local Mention MentionWanted MelttioDWantedEvery MentionWantedEvery
WantedEvery Wanted Every sufferer from Piles Pilesto Pliesto Pilesto
to Bend us his address and get booklet bookletid bookleto111d bookletand
and > id medical advice FREE regarding regardingCrnsado regardiugCrusado regardingCrnsado
Crnsado the only Internal Pile Cure Cureknown Curek
known k town In tablet form Cure guar guaruteed guartllteed guartnteed
> uteed < or money refunded refundedDr refundedDr refundedDr
Dr Donald Wallace Co CoSt CoSt CoSt
St Louis Mo HoTin MoThu MoThu
Thu Member HuMenm I1u loell to ObeyFormer Obey ObeyFormer ObeyFOlmel
Former Speaker feed bad a 1 great greatmoral grealmornl greatmoral
moral influoioe in luolce over the membersI members membersnud membersaud
I and whether willingly or unwillingly unwillinglythey unwillinglythey unwillinglyf
f they were wont to obey Jiis lIs requests requestsOne requostsOne requestsOne
One afternoon when the House HouseIndeed HousoIncIted Houselackod
Indeed a quorum one of its mcBHeU mcBHeUtiers mcssencelS messenera
tiers celS era was dispatched to hunt up an anC Mi MiC If IfC
C at Harveys a famous restaurant re tnurant in intown Intown iutown
town townThe
The Speaker would like to have haveyou haveYOIl haveyon
you come up to the House as thereis there therein tberejl
in no quorum said the messenger to tothe totbc tothe
the member who was found enjoying enjoyingn
n 1 broiled broilellob lobster ter with a viiitiug con constituent canf oouatitrtent ¬
stituent stituentYou f t1tTlentYon
l
Yon tell tho Speaker to go to tothunder totbun tothunder
thunder tbun er said the diner Im going goingto
to finish my lobster lobsterVery lob lobsterVery ttl ttlVery
Very well sir assented as entell themessenger the themessenger themessenger
messenger I will do so and ho holeft holeft lieleft
left the room hurriedly but as soon BOOHas soonas
as his back was wa turned the belligerent belligerentmember belligerenLrnoDlhaf belligerentrnonther
member rushed down by the back backfitairs bncktairs backstairs
stairs through n side door into intocnb I snnb II
cnb I nb and war up at the House long longbefore lon lonbefore lonQbefore
before the arrival of the messenger messengerWashington JnellsllDgerWnsllington messenger1Vashington
Washington Correspondence New Now1ork Newf NewTurk
f Turk Mail and Express ExpressTlio ExpressTho Xl1rlS8 Xl1rlS8Tho
Tho Grace a Woman ItnMt ItnMtWhen lIolhWhen IloldaWhen
When she had finished her remarks remarksrelative remalktelntivo remarksrelative
relative to something be had donethat done donethat don dontbat
that did not meet her approval he lieepoko heepoko heIpoke
epoko epokoI
I dont see why you should want wantwoman wantoman wantwoman
woman oman suffrage ho said said You al already nlleally atready ¬
ready bold office officeWhat ol1loeWhat officeWhat
What offlce o ofice7 1ce she demanded demandedSpeakerof demandedSpeakerof lemn1l1edSpeaker
Speakerof Speaker of the house he replied repliedChicago leJed leJedChicago repliedChicago
Chicago Post PostFrankneii PodFraltkne PostFraukneaa
Frankneii In II the Borne Ilomnobn lIolneio11nflYouro BorneiobnYouro
io11nflYouro obn Youre an ignorant woman womanMaria WOrnl1l1Maria womanMarial
Maria MariaMaria Mariafl1rllI MarialAr
Ar + Maria fl1rllI I dont know overytuinir overytuinirJohn overytlllul 8 8John
John JobnJobnUmph JohnJohnUmph
John JobnUmph Draph Some people dout dontknow doutknow doutknow
know enough to know kuo how little the thado th1 thedo
do know knowMaria knowMlulafllm knowMariaTm
Maria Mlulafllm Im surprised l1rri to hear you youay youlilY yousay
lilY ay that John I didnt think you yonwere youW youpore
were W pore tdrank frank enough to make Jnf e snob an anuojiC nul anoneit
l uojiC oneit eatconttl > t confession ioa Boston Courier4 OOllrleLr Oeurleirli
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ELECTRICITY IN CHURCHES CHURCHESThe
The Molt Modern Appliance Urought ItroughtInto UroughtInto DroujhtIntD
Into Ufo lifTliene In Tllel Edifices ZdltlceaElectricity EdificesElectricity XdlllceElectricity
Electricity is put pu to various uses os in inchurches inchurcbesj inchurches
churcbesj churches in in no other buildings in infact infact infact
fact it is more commonly employed employedIn
In this city all now churches are pro provided proidell protidedwith ¬
vided tidedwith idell with electrical equipment and nudmany andmany andmany
many old churches also have been beensimilarly beensimilarly beensimilarly
similarly equipped The sumo is issubstantially islIubstanhRlly issubstantially
substantially true of all cities and andtovrnt anlltown nulltowns
town In whioli there are to he found foundeleetrio foundeleetrio foundeleetria
eleetrio plants Some okurohes have bavacomplete havecomplete havecomplete
complete plants of their own on tho thopremises thoprem thepremises
premises prem l6l but the greater number take tokothe takotbe takethe
the current from the street mainBesidee main mainBesides InaiuDOS
Besides DOS l1ed its use for lighting pur purrposes purpoBOs purpOlGil
poses electricity is commonly em employed employee1 omployod ¬
ployed iu churches for running runningmotor a amotor amotor
motor to operate the organ bellows bellowsThis bellovsThis bellowsThis
This motor can be set in motion or orstopped orstopped orstopped
stopped by the organist as ho sits in iubis inbls inhis
his place at the keyboard simply by bytbo h htho bythe
the turning turnln of a switch nudiu aUll iu opera operation operation operation ¬
tion it accommodates itself to the thedemands theclolDauclt1 thelemauds
demands upon it running slower slowerwhen SIOW01wbell slowerwhen
when the bellows is full and faster fasteragain fastolagain fasteragain
again as it is emptied emptiedIn
In the newer churches ohmchesRUtl nnd such suchappliances lIuchappliances suchappliances
appliances havo also heeu put into intoolder Intoohlor intoolder
older churches cburchestho the organ itself is isprovided isprovidecl isprovided
provided with electrical appliances by bymeans bymenus bymeans
means of which tho valves of the organ or organ orRau ¬
gan pipes are opened Formerly this thiswas thhwal thiswas
was doue by means of mechanical ap appliances applinuces tippliancos ¬
pliances that were operated by b the thopressing theprossiug thepressing
pressing down of the key Now each eaolikey eacllkey eachkey
key is connected oonuectedby by a wire with tho thovalve thovnlvo thevalve
valve of the pipe ipe to which it belongs belongsand belongsnd belongsand
and nd when a key is pressed downits downitswire dowl1tl4wiro down its itswire
wire is brought into contact with n nsupply 1 1upply asupply
supply wire running along under the thokeyboard thekeyboard thekeyboard
keyboard the circuit is closed and andby onllby andby
by meant of the power thus trans transmitted trausmitted transmitted ¬
mitted along the wire Ire from the key keythe keythe keythe
the valve is opened It is of course coursekept coursekept coursekept
kept open until the contact is broken brokenby brokenby brokenby
by the release of the key Organs Organsnot OrgausRet Organssot
not up in separate sections in a church churchare cburchnro churchare
are connected by wire in the same aotnomanner samemanuer samemanner
manner and readily len ily played from the thosame tbeHaIDe thesame
same keyboard and the new organs organshowever organshOlvever organshowever
however situated in a church are now nowlikely nowlikely nowlikely
likely to be e provided with electrical electricalkeyboards electricalkUvbol1rds eloctricalkeyboards
keyboards keyboardsChurch kUvbol1rdsOhurch keyboardsChurch
Church chimes are now played by byelectricity byolectriolty byelectricity
electricity from n keyboard like that thatof tbatof thatof
of a piano or orgau at which whic theplayer the thoplayer theplnyer
player sits with the music before him himChime blmOl1inlo himChime
Chime playing as formerly done by bytho bytbe bythe
the pressing down of levers to which vhichcorda whichcorda whichcords
corda running 1l1nnin to the bells were at attached attached nttaehed ¬
tached called for very el1 considerable considerableexertion consiclor considerableexertion ble bleoxertion
exertion on tho part of the player playernow playernow playernow
now the heaviest as well as the light lightest lightest lightest ¬
est bell in rung by simply pressing a akey akeyKew akeyNew
key keyKew New York Sun SunWORDS SnuWORDS SunWORDS
WORDS OF WISDOM WISDOMRuins WISDOrTRuins WISDOhtRuins
Ruins are milestones on the road ro of oftimeChamfort oftime oftime
timeChamfort timeChamfortThere time Chnwfort ChnwfortTbore OhamfortThere
There is never but one opportunity opportunityof uppurtu lLty lLtyof
of a kind kluelThoreau kluelThoreaurrue kindThoreauTrue Thoreau ThoreauTrue
True education o ueation enlarges in thought thoughtfeeling th thoughtfeeling > ught ughtfeeling
feeling and an purpose pnrposoRousRenu purposeRollsseal1o Rousseau RousseauTo
To learn of n fault ic au opportunity opportunityto
to add a new line of k wanty 1I1ty to too life lifeMiller lifeMiller lifeMiller
Miller MillerA
A judicious silonco is always better betterthan betLertlJan betterthan
than truth spoken without charity charityFrancis tJhalit tJhalit1raucis charityFrancis
Francis De D Sales SalesHow SalellHow SalesHow
How inunhyou read iu of II less oonsequenee conse consequence couseeinence ¬
quence than how much you think of ofwhat oiwhat ofwhat
what yon have vaud lcu readDiekens readDiekensIf Diekuns DiekunsIf
If every person would u o1l1 onld bo half un ungood uigood asgood
good ns he expects his neighbor to be bewhat bewhat bewhat
what a heaven this world would be beTalmnge bel belTalmage beTalmnge
Talmnge TalmngeAll TalmageAll TalmngeAll
All great natures natures delight m ift ir stability stabilitynil ltabilltyall
all great men m n find eternity affirmed iu iuthe 111the inthe
the very promise promillJof o of their faculties facultiesEmerson flcultlesEmsllIon facultiesEmerson
Emerson EmersonHe EmsllIonHe EmersonHe
He who Last a high standard of liv living living l liug ¬
ing and thinking will certainly do bet better bette better ¬
ter te than he who has none at nil nilSumnel allSamuel 11 11S
Samuel S nuel Smiles SmilesA
A more glorious glo1 ot11 victory cannot be bogained begainet begained
gained than this that when the injury injurybegins iujlUyhegins injurybegins
begins onbii part the kindness shouldbegin should shouldbegin shou1begin
begin on ours oursDlvIIJ oursDlvIIJIIIen oursDavisMen Darin DarinMen
Men seldom or rather never for forA fori fortt
A i length of time and An deliberately rebel re rebel rebel ¬
bel against anything that does not de deserve clorve doserve ¬
serve rve rebelling against against5larlylc against5larlylcOne t Oorlylc OorlylcOne CarlylcOue
One thing is clear cleR to mo that no noJndnlgencu nondnlgencu noIndalgenco
Jndnlgencu of passion destroys the thespiritual thesphitunl thespiLitual
spiritual nature so much as rospecta rospectable rospectable rospeetable
ble selfishness seltlshneslIGeolge George MacDonald MaoDonaUlDo
Do not live in the ulubland of some sorantranscendental BOIMtranscendental sometranscendental
transcendental heaven do your yo III best bestto llOslto hostto
to bring the glory of a real heaven heavendown heavendown heavendown
down and ray it out upon your fel fellows fellows fellows ¬
lows in this workday worldPunehon world wOlldPun wOlldPunehon Pun Punshon
ehon shonBy ehonBy ehonBy
By doing olng each duty fully fnll as it come comewo comawo comeswe
wo qualify for more light and greatur greaturaptitudo greaturIlptltl1do greateraptitude
aptitude for sucooediug duties Faith Faithfulness FaithfnlnesR Faithfuluess
fulness day dn by day nv iu small things will willmake willmake willmake
make us 111 keen keeu eon to recognize the divine divinevoice dlvlnlolce divinevoice
voice olce with reference to greater gl ahu things thingsOhaprnau thiugsOhapmnu thingsChapman
Chapman OhaprnauWe OhapmnuWe ChapmanWe
We are apt > t to underrate the moral moralquality mornlqnn1ity morn mornquality
quality of a mans regular vocation vocationbis vocationhis ocatiouhi
his hi daily nily talk his business to look loopsomewhere looksomewhere 10011omewhere
somewhere apart from this for his op opportunity 01 01rortunlty oprortunity > ¬
portunity for achieving character and anddoinggood anddoing andloinggood
doinggood doing gooll Ihit Butthoreis there i nothing else elsethat elsethnt elsethat
that is so determinative of n mans manscharacter mnnsebulnotel manscharacter
character nothing nothln else that so fur furnishes furnlshes furnislies ¬
nishes hands ban s for his beneficence null audfeet RUl1feet nullfeet
feet to run his urrinds of good will willJohn willJohn willJohn
John W Chadwick ChadwickIroducor Chadwicklrodneoll ChadwickPrndncora
Iroducor or Nosy Hook HookAccording JloukACcollling ihnkuuAccording
According to u recent writer Great GreatBritain GreatBritain 1IeotDritlliu
Britain produces fewer than a tbiriiof tbiriiofthe third of ofthe ofthe
the number of new books published publishedby
by Germany not many more than thanhalf thlnhaIC thanhalf
half of tho new books produced 1llo ltced by
France Frau eo and considerably under the thototal tbetotal thetotal
total produced by Italy The num numbers numbelH nums ¬
bees given are Germany GerlUllny2iOOO GerlUllny2iOOOIII1W 2i000 2i000new 21000new
new books per year France J < rnlce 18000 13000Italy 18000Hnly 18000Italy
Italy 0500 Great Britain 7300 7300United 7800j 7800Unite1
United States C300 Netherlands Netherlands2GOO Netbe1lauds2fiOO
2GOO If however England is thus thuslow thu thulow thuslow
low in the general enslnl production PIo uction of now nowbooks nowbooks nowbooks
books she leads lea s in the production of ofnovels ofnovols ofnovels
novels heading the list with 2188 2408Germany 2188Germany 2488Gelmany
Germany loads iu educational worka workawitli workffwith workewith
with 5112 arts and sciences with withi088 witbO
i088 O S belles lottres with 2103 and audtravel nudtlI1VOI1Vitb andtravel
travel tlI1VOI1Vitb with 1130 while Italy leads ond in inpolitical inpolltionl inpolitical
political ecoucmy with 2991 29D and andFrance RndIrance andFrance
France in history with 1104TitBits 1104TH 1104THBits 1164 Tit TitDits
Bits
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POPULAR SClI SCILNCI SCILNCISmr NCE
Slow 511 rivers flow tlu seen miles per perLour perhouI perhour
Lour LourA hourA
houIA
A Uttwlcanj 11IurCJu moves eighty eigM11I1J mttlu ta per perhour 11lrhoul for forflour
flourA hour hourA houlA
A moJdrate wiad wia < l blow seven leYeu wiles wilespar uriltapur mitl8ppr
par hour hourTio hourT hourTia
Tio T lo general size Ize of a foT lo in the At Atlantia Atlantb Ate Atelantia
lantia is t thouglit to bo about tkjtly tkjtlytnilei tld lhlt + J1 J1tulle j jmiles
miles tulle In diameter diameterThe dinmeterrIle diameterTjis
The rou rough < < jh part of tho tl1 tit Atlantic AtlanticOcean AUI AtlanticOcean Ue UeOcean
Ocean i is betreen het 8en the foriiith and fir fiftieth firti8th fib fibtieth ¬
tieth parallel of north latitude latitudeMoro lahtullero latitulleMre
Moro ro than 12000001 acr acres s of the tboSahara thoSnhRlA theSahara
Sahara have l been > een converted COUYlll tl into fer fertile fellite fertile ¬
tile soil with the aid of arlesiau nlle iau wells wellsAn wellaAn wellsAn
An analyst has made tko discovery discoverythat discoverythat 1i co ell ellthnt
that California roses contain twenty twentyper twmtfpor twtntyper
per cent elfn more perfume than tuoje tuojegrown ttoJeSlown tuoaegrown
grown elsewhere elsewhereAccording alsewhllloAccoL elsewhereAccordiug
According AccoL lug to chemical annlysi Uf Ufteon fifteen Ofteen
teen parts of the flesh of fish leave havaabout b leaveabout vd vdbou
about bou the same nutritive value as astwelve astwelve 1StIelvo
twelve parti ot boneless beef beefBefore becfDefolO beefBefore
Before bcginnlujto beginniu to hutch hntu a pigeon pigeotlays pigeonlays > 1801 1801lays
lays two eggs eg s niil they invariably invariablyproduco it1iUIBbtyproduco invariablyproduco
produco a male and a female Exper Experiments ExpelIments Experimeuts ¬
iments Iments have demonstrated that the thoegg tl10egg theegg
egg first laid produces pro uces n 1 male maleIt U1aleIt mateIt
It is thought that the lately discov discovered dfsoovBred Usoovared ¬
Bred infundilmla gland supplies the thebrain thobraiu thebrainwithau
brain brainwithau with au i dispensable substance substancea
a bettor knutvledgo knu IYledgo of whioh willgreatly will willgreatly willgrently
greatly aid aillill iu treating brain disease diseaseGeographic discllsca diseaseGeographi
Geographic a oglaphi nl 1 statistics B lltiStics show that thatfiftytwo thntfiftytwo thatllftytwo
fiftytwo volcanio islands havo risen risenout rlsellout risenout
out of the sea since the beginning of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the century Nineteen of that num number Ul1mber nttnber ¬
ber have flirve sin e disappeared and tenaro ten tenire teuuo
ire now iulmiiitod iulmiiitodTho inhahitoTbo inhaiitodTho
Tho multiplication muIt llcation of new com compounds compounlls coatpounds
pounds in organic chemistry is some something Iomothing somothing ¬
thing appalling In 1883 the total totalnumber totalnumber totalnumber
number of coion compounds record recorded rocorllell recorded ¬
ed was 16001 but a 1 cewly revised revisedlist rcviet11st revisedlist
list 1st by Dr Mt M 1 ft I Jliehter enumerates enumeratesnot ellUIl1CIl1tesnot enumeratesnot
not less than 67000 And the end endseems lnc1seems earlseems
seems yet far off offGlimmering ufj ufjGlimmering 111 111GlilUmering
Glimmering phosphorescent pb03phoresc < 3nt lights lightsplay lightplay lightsplay
play au important part in the activi activities activlties aotivities ¬
ties aud strategies going soin on in tint thjdeep th tintdeep J Jdeep
deep sea Phosphorescent organs ap oppuar appuar appear
puar sometimes to act a ns a bulls aye oyclanterns eYQlautelns ayelautorns
lanterns to enable the monsters pos posBossing 110Ssesslng posBossing
Bossing them to pick up p food foo in their theirmidnight theirmidnight theirmidnight
midnight underworld l1n erlvorh1 null at other othertimes otheltime otherLimos
times serve OH a lure or n 1 warning to toother toother toother
other speciesThe species speciesThe IIpeoiesThe
The earths earth orbit or it like those of such suchother suchother suchother
other celestial bodies as can he closely close closely oloseIy ¬
ly studied is elliptical but not to such suchan sllchnil snoban
an extent that the variation from n ncircle acircle I Icircle
circle could be detected by tile aye oycworo ayewore eyewore
wore the orbit reduced to proportions proportionsthat proportlousthnt proportionsthat
that the eye could grasp rasp Its long longnnil 10uSnn iougtall
tall nn l short 8 01t diameters differ only in tho thoratio thorntio theratio
ratio of offlrt fiftynine niuo to sixty Tho moousgreatest moous moousgreatest moousgleatost
greatest distance from frymtho thc earths ceu ceutre ceuhe contee
tee Is 232000 miles its least distance
221700 221 700 miles milesShuyera mile milelluyer mileJJuy
lluyer JJuy rM at Hook Uoik Sulei SuleiTwo Bale BaleTwo aIel aIelTwo
Two things are noteworthy about aboutthe abouttbo aboutthe
the book sales of this city remarked remarkeda romalkedaman
a aman man who has made it a practice to toattend toattond toattend
attend old book salon One is the thealmost thealmoBt thealmost
almost entire absence of a middle class classof classof classof
of buyers such as we wound find in intheEuro intheEuropeen the Euro European Europenn ¬
penn countries Abroad all classes classeswho clas classeswho es eswho
who can afford it buy books Here Hereaside Hereaside Iereasi
aside asi e from from the retail booksellers all allthe allthe allthe
the buyers belong to one of two twoclasses twoclasse8j twoclasses
classes classe8j rich men who cau afford to buy buyanything buyanything buyanything
anything atd povertystricken biblio bibliophiles blbliophiles bibliophiles ¬
philes who are willing to give tIp their theitlast theirlast theirlast
last dollar for a choice volume Men Menjf MenIf Menof
jf If comfortable incomes seem to prefer preferto Iefe1 Iefe1to
to buy of the regular retail dealers dealersThe dealersThe dealersThe
The other curious fact is the thoamount theamount theamount
amount of buying done under assumed assumednames assumellnames assumednames
names After a sale is over it is often oftenimpossible oftonImpossible oftenImpossible
impossible for the auctioneer to say saywhat lIaywbat saywhat
what has become of the volumes 1m 1mhas huba9 hehas
has sold Ho may have bis suspicions suspicionsthat suspiolonsthat suspicionsthat
that John Smith the extensive buyer buyeris
is really Mr So and nnlllll no but ha hGseldom hGseldomIcuws seldom seldomkuows seldomknows
knows positively Rich men seem scam to tohave to1avo tohave
have 1avo been driren dri en to this course to es essape esapo escape
cape apo the persecutions of thc army of ofpersons ofperaons ofpersons
persons who have books to sell sellNew sellNow sellNew
New York Post PostAngleworm PORtAnlelrorllU PostAngloworIuml
Angleworm u ue Weather eaUr Klmrpi KlmrpiThis IHuu IHuuTbis nluarpsThis
This light fall of snow does not notmean 110tmean notmean
mean anything said a suburban suburbanresident suburbaue8l suburbanresident
resident e8l ent this morning Many angle anglevorms Ilng10vorms anglevorms
vorms were seen on top of the ground groundou
ou U1 Saturday morning This is a apretty npretty apretty
pretty sure sign that wo will not have havecold bnvecold havecold
cold weather very soon In cold coldweather cot1weatber coldweather
weather theso worms go deep dee > into tht thtground th thground thtground
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