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2 THE WASHINGTON HERALD HEEALDWEDNESDA I WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 16 1910 I
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MAN CAPTURESBURGLAR CAPTURESBURGLAR CAPTURES GAPTDRESBURGLAR
BURGLAR BY BYPIIOE BYPIIOEOfficer PHONEOfficer PHONE paONEOfficer
Officer Arrests Sneak Thief ThiefUnder ThiefUuder ThiefUnder
Under Ber er Bed BedCAtJGHT BedCAUGHT BedCKT
CAUGHT AT POINT OF PISTOL PISTOLDumbfounded PISTOLDnmbfonndel PISTOLDumlfonndel
Dumbfounded at First l b by > y Sight of ofProtruding ofProtrntllng ofProtruding
Protruding Foot Mrs William H HRichards JrRItlmrda URlclutrd
Richards Calms Self and Snmmon SummonHelp SnmmonI1elJ SnmmonHeapAnother
Help I1elJ HeapAnother Another Ilonso Entered Enter tl In InSame 111Sunte InSame
Same Neighborhood NeighborhoodHollo NeighborhoodHono Ne1ghbohoodHoUo
Hollo Ninth prealnct This Is Mrs MrsWilliam MrsWilliam I IWilliam
William H H Richards of lit Eleventh Eleventhstreet IeentIi IeentIiStreet I Istreet
street northeast Send a policeman to tomy I Imy Imy
my house Immediately there is a man manhiding manhiding manhIdn
hiding hIdn under my 1ft bad and I am alone inj injthe in inthe I Ithe
the house hou He doesnt know I am amphoning amphonlng I Iphonlnr
phoning and nd you ou can get him if you youhurry youhurry ou ouhurry
hurry up upIt upIt upIt
It was wa these words that startled Desk DeskSegt DeskSegt
8 Segt gt J M McGrath from his routine routineduties routineduties routineduties
duties oarly oul last night but the voice voiceat voiceat vokeat
at the other end of the line was as ealm calmas ealmas ealmas
as It she had Quen aen en sending dlng an order orderto orderto orderto
to market instead of telephoning t for forr a apoliceman arsiHcenan
policeman r lIceman when she WM w unprotected and andalone andalone andalone
alone In the housa oue with a burglar burglarA
A few moments lAter Policeman J C CBroderlck Croderlek CBroderick
Broderlck roderlek arrived at the house where the thebrave thebrave thebray0
brave little woman met him at the door doorBroderksk doorBroderlek I IroderJek
Broderksk roderJek oropt ora up stairs to the bedroom bedroomand bdroomand
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and saw a mans foot protruding from fromunder fromuntier fromunder
under the bed Wh When n the burglar saw sawBrodsrick3 sawBrodmeks mwBrodrlcks
Brodsrick3 revolver pointed at him he helost heost heost
lost ost no time in scrambling from under underthe underthe underthe
the bd and was M marched off to the theNinth theNinth theNinth
Ninth oraclnct station stationHas stationHIUlI etattonlifts
Has Police Record RecordDesk RecordI lecordDesk
I Desk Sergt MeGrath recognised him hIm as asGeorge asGeorce asGeorge
George Harris of 15W Wisconsin Viseon IA avenue avenuoHarris avenueIrarria avenueharris
Harris i S a curpontsr andjbas ad baa a polio poliorecord poltoefitOrd polleeretord
record recordMrs fitOrdMn retordMre
Mrs RJeaarAs told the pollee that when whenBhe whenshe whenshe
she went to her bedroom early last night nightto nightto nightto
to retire for the evening she saw Harris Harrisfoot Harrwtoot Harrisfoot
foot peeping out from under the bed badAt bedAt bedt
At t first she said aha was dumbfounded dumbfoundedbut dumbtoundedbut
but but gathering pthen ther1n her courage she decided decidedto d e1ded e1dedto
to either await the nrtval of her BUS husband BUSband busband ¬
band who had gone one downtown d wntown or tele telephone telephone telophone ¬
phone to the Ninth precinct precinctShe preelnetShe precinctShe
She arranged things about her room roomfor roomtor roomLor
for a few t w momenta hummed a a tune tuneBQt tunestlttly tunesQftly
BQt stlttly tly to herself and quietly went out outof outof
of the room The telephone was on the thefirst tbetirat thefirst
first floor and Mrs Richards R barda crept to It Itas Itas Itas
as quietly as possible Sh She first called calledMain calledMain calledMain
Main WO holding her bawl over the bell bellto bellto bellto
to prevent any possible ring and Afd was wasconnected W Wconnee waseonnected
connected connee with the Ninth product where whereshe wberashe wherehe
she he startled Sergt MoQmth with her herstory herItory herstory
story ItoryInut1ll Lands Womans Voman Courage CourageShes ConrngeShe CourageSh5
Shes She about bout the nerviest woman I ever everEW eferw everrw
EW w declared PsHcoman Pe1le mftn Broderlck after afterhe attorhe afterhe
he had plaeed P Harris Harr safely felr behind hlnd the thecell thecell thecell
cell bars Not one woman in a a thou thousand thousand thousand ¬
sand would have had the nerve to tele telephone teteIhone telophone ¬
phone for the pone The first thing they theywould th thaywould Y Ywould
would have nave done would be to shout shoutmurder shoutmurdar shoutmurder
murder and the man would have run runaway rnnaway runaway
away But not Mrs Richards I should shouldsay should8ay shouldsay
say not notBut notBut notBut
But to t make things even worse for forHarris torHams forHarris
Harris who is said to be a duplicate duplicatebey duplbtey
bey ey y thief thief he was wa positively identified ktenWl d as asthe asthe asthe
the man found hiding behind the curtains curtainsin
in the home of Patrick Hastery of lit litC n nl UN UNstreet
C l street northeast at an earlier hour hoarlast hourlast hourlast
last lastThe night nightThe
The Rastery family had just finished finishedtheir finlshtldtheir finishedtheir
their dinner and had gone Into the front frontparlor trontparlor frontparlor
parlor when the negro cook saw a man manhiding manhidln masthiding
hiding hidln behind the window curtains She Shedropped Shedropped Shedropped
dropped her dishes in her fright and ran ranscreaming ranereamlng
screaming 8 reamlng toward the door d Ol The man manseised manflelsed mansalaed
seised a bottle and struck her a blow blowover blowover blowover
over the head felling her instantly The Theoutcry TJI TJIoutcry Theoutcry
outcry brought the family to the scene scenebut scene scenebut scenebut
but the man had escaped escapedWhen eecapedVhen escapedWhen
When the cook was W8 taken to the sta station station etation ¬
tion she identified Harris as the man manHarris manHarris manHarris
Harris has a police record in the Seventh Seventhprecinct Sevonthprecinct Seventhprecinct
precinct and has served time in the work workhouse workhoule workhouse ¬
house for housebreaking housebreakingNO housebreakingNO housebreakingNO
NO INVASION PROBABLE MOBABLEMexicans PROBABLEllexlcons PBOBABLEMexicans
Mexicans have No Organized Band Bandon Dandon Bandon
on Texas Soil SoilAustin SoliAuaLlR SoilAustle
Austin Nov U liTbe Th prospects PlOepeo 8 of any anyattaok an anattaok anyattack
attaok of Rock Springs being made by byany byan byany
any an allied Mexican M lean invading force is con conalderod conaldoroo coneldorod
alderod too remote and ridiculous by byGov byGov byQov
Gov Campbell to be worthy of serious seriousthought aerJoWiJthought seriousthought
thought although ha complied with the therequest therequOl8t therequest
request of Sheriff O C Hopo and nd sent sentrangers sentrangers sentrangers
rangers to the town Th The governor Is laof Isof isof
of the opinion that an armed force of ofMextaana ofZIexloans ofMexiosne
Mextaana would not last long on this thisside thissIde thisaide
side of the border borderSheriff borderSherJtl borderSheiff
Sheriff Robeon of Valverde County Countywhere Countywbere Countywhere
where the armed band of Mexicans is issaid issaid Ii IisaId
said to have organized notified th the gov governor governor gayernor ¬
ernor today that he had found no trace trauaof traceot traceof
of th Unt reported invaders He I6ld said ald that thateverything thatcverythlng thateverything
everything Is quiet in hi b part ot th thDEATHS the theborde theborder
border
DEATHS DEATIIs REPORTED REPORTEDWHITE REPORTEDWRITZ REPORTEDWHITL
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WILEY IILEYHOT NOT A FADDIST FADDISTWouldnt FADDISTV FADDISTWouldnt
Wouldnt V ouldnt Be e for Twice the theSalary theSalary theSalary
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Chief Chemist t in Address Before BeforeChrist DeforeChrlat BeforeChrist
Christ Church Pariah Club > Asserts Assertslie AxMcrtKHe
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Country Into Institutes of San
tary tar Science ScienceGood Good Accomplished AccomplishedDr j jDr IDr
Dr Harvey TV Yo Wiley Is neither a fad faddist faddIst faddist ¬
dist a fanatic nor a FJetcherUe aPleteheriteHe FJetcherUeHe FJetoherlteHe
He said so himself laat night In an ad address address address ¬
dress on The public health as the great greatest greatest greatest ¬
est of our national resources bofore a ameeting 1LmeeUns alneetln
meeting lneetln of the Christ Church Parish ParishClub Partshelub ParishClub
Club held In Potomac Savings Bank Hall HallWisconsin HnllWisconsin HallWisconsin
Wisconsin avenue and M street north northwest northwest northwest ¬
west westHe westIIe westno
He said ald he would not be a faddist for fortwice fortlco fortwico
twice tho salary he herecelved received and that thatho thatho thatlie
ho did not want to to bo understood as asconducting asconducting asconducting
conducting any antlFletoher crusade crusadebut crusadebut crusadebut
but ho would sooner not eat at all than thansolemnly thansolemnly thansolemnly
solemnly count out sixty chews before beforehe beforehe beforehe
he slipped a morsel of food down his hisepiglottis hiseplgloltls hisepiglottis
epiglottis epiglottisGreat eplgloltlsGreat epiglottisGreat
Great Good Accomplished AccomplishedBut AtcompllsbedBut AccomplIshedRut
But But he added reflectively Horace HoraceFletcher HoracFletcher HoraceFletcher
Fletcher has undoubtedly accomplished accomplishedgreat aCQompllshedgreat accomplishedgreat
great good for the digestion dlgetlollt of the peo people peoPle peeplc ¬
ple of the United States StatesI
I should like to turn tho schools of ofthis atthis ofthis
this country Into Institutes of sanitary sanitaryscience sanitaryscIence sanitaryscience
science said the chief chemist It Is Isa Isa Isa
a truism that our schools teach tho super superfluous superfluous ¬ I It1uous
fluous fact fac facts at the expense of tho omen omentin j jtlal I Itlal
tlal tin I should like to teach physiology physiologyand physIologyand physiologyand
and hygiene in a vital living manner In Inthis In1hl8 Inthis
this way we could add ten years to the theaverage theaverage theaverage
average span of life In this country countryFarmer countr countrFurmcr countryFarmer
Farmer Die DICa Earlier EarlierDr EarlierDr EarlierDr
Dr Wiley declared one of the most mostamazing mostamazing mostamazing
amazing facts that statisticians have de determined determIned determined ¬
termined is that the th farmer dies at a far farearlier farearlier
earlier age than the citybred man Tho Thoonly Thoonlr Theonly I
only possible pos lbl explanation of this thl strange strangecondition strangocondition strangecondition
condition ho said was that the American Americanfanner Americanfanner Americanfarmer
fanner knows nothing no Jng of sanitation and anddoesnt anddOMnt anddoesnt
doesnt want to bocauao ha Is satisfied 8ntl ed to todo todo todo
do things as his father did them themTho themTho themThe
Tho farmer has stood still for fifty fiftyyears fiftyye fiftyyears
years rs Mid Dr Wiley Wile He and his hisfamily histamllY hisfamily
family ought to outdistance tho suburb suburbanite suburbanite suburbanite ¬
anite In years ears In strength In vitality vitalityBuo vItalityDuo vitalityDue
Duo ho doesnt because ho is blind to tomodern tomodern tomodern
modern scientific knowledge Conditions Conditionsin
in the city are bad enough enoughIt it Is hard to toget toget I Iget
get the people to believe in pure air airand airand j jaM
and pure food fO foodbut H1but < but In the country they theyare the theare theyare
are infinitely worse worseNEW worseNEW WorseNEW
NEW VEHICLE LAW LAWWILL LAWWILL LAWWILL
WILL BRING FIGHT FIGHTContinued FIGHTContinued FIGHTContinued
Continued from lnge One Onepnny Onepony 1 1pany
pony said ald tho regulation was absolutely absolutelyridiculous absolutelyridiculous absolutelyridiculous
ridiculous and that it would be unneces unnecessary unnecessary unnocessary ¬
sary if tho Commissioners would light lightth lightthe lightthe
th the streets properly Those things thingssaid thingssaid thingssaid
said Mr r Is Newbold wbold have a tendency tendonc to toIncrease toIncrease toIncrease
Increase the cost of living as a It will willontall willI willentail
I entail extra oxponse on tho companies companiesdoing companIesdoing companiesdoing
doing an express business They The In turn turnwill turnwtU turnwill
will have to Increase their rates to make makethe makethe makethe
the same margin of profit The propo proposition propoIIIt10n proposition ¬
sition IB I ono of the most ridiculous I Ihave IItavo Ihave
have ever ver hoard of and I think the busl buslno buslnWIII bustnose
no nWIII 8 men of Washington will unite in a aprotest aprotest aprotest
protest against It ItImpossible1 ItImpossible ItImpossible
Impossible was the comment of ofElijah ofJDUjah ofIljah
Elijah Iljah s Alvord president of the LIt LlttleneldAlvord LIttlefieldAlvord LittletleldAlvord
tleneldAlvord Company The class classof classot classof
of wagons that I operate are of the kind kindthat kindthat kindthat
that it would be impossible Impos lble to have a alight alight alight
light attached If I should attach a light lightto lightto lightto
to the front of one of my scenery wagons wagonsIt
It would endanger the scenery which whichcosts whichcOsts whichcosts
costs thousands of dollars The theatri theatrical theatrical ¬
cal managers would not > tand for their theirBcanery their8cenery theirscenery
scenery being threatened with fire and andI
I do not blame them When Than one of my mycoal myeoal mycoal
coal carts goes out In the afternoon It Itis ItIs itIs
is Impossible Impos lble to tell whether it will get getback getback getback
back before dark or not The same ap applies applies applies ¬
plies to all slowmoving vehicles in the theolty theoJt theolty
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Danger from Fire FireThe FlroThe FiroThe
The The only way in which a light could couldbe co couldbe ld ldbe
be attached to ono of my wagons would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be for the driver to carry a lantern and andI andI andI
I will not allow a lantern ant rn in my stable stableThey stableTey stableToy
They are ar are too to dangerous Ninetenths of ofthe otthe ofthe
the stable fires in this city are caused causedby CDoufedby causedby
by the overturning of lanterns lanternsW lanternsW lanternsW
W S Knox of the Knox Express Com Company Comptlny Cornpany ¬
pany said that the Commissioners as assured assured ascured ¬
sured them at the hearing early earl in the thesummer thesummer thesummer
summer that the regulation would not noti notapply notapply
i apply to slowgoing and heavy hea vehicles vehiclesIt
It seems as It they had changed ch nged their theirminds theirminds theirminds
minds said Mr r Knox yesterday esterda The Theregulation ThereQIltton Theregulation
regulation is designed for the regulation regulationof
of automobiles and by a strange coinci coincidence coIncidence cometdnce ¬
dence all the business men of tho city citywho citywho citywho
who are affected by this regulation own ownautomobiles own ownauiomobUes otVnautomobiles
automobiles and are opposed to it it The Thetraffic Thetraffic Thetraffic
traffic In the early hours of the morning morningIs
Is so o light Ahat J at such a regulation as pro proposed proposed proposed ¬
posed by The the Commissioners is prepos preposterous preposterous prepostorous ¬
terous terousAt terousAt torousAt
At the Charles Schneider BakIng Com Company Company Cornpony ¬
pany it was said tho regulation was tho thomoat thomOllt themost
moat trying t lng one that has been drawn in inrecent inrecont Inrecent
recent years During > the past ten years yearsthe yearstho yearsthe
the company has had fifteen accidents accidentsand accidentsand accidentsand
and every everyone one occurred In daylight daylightMilk daylightIlk daylight11i1k
Milk Ilk May Iny Go Higherw Higher HigherJ
J W Sherwood jr of Storm StormSherwoods StormSherwoods A ASherwoods
Sherwoods Dairy said the milk dealers dealershave dealershave dealershave
have already been imposed upon to the thelimit thelImlt thelimit
limit and that they would fight tbls new newregulation newrogulntlon nowregulation
regulation regulationOur rogulntlonOur > a aOur
Our profits aro ve Vry ry small now and andIf and1C andIf
If we have to hire a man to look after afterthe atterthe afterthe
the lamps and see that they are in good goodcondition goodcondition goodcondition
condition before our wagons go out every everymorning ov everymorning ry rymorning
morning I can see but one thing to do doIncrease do doIncrease doIncrease
Increase the price of milk So you ou see the thenew thenow thenow
now regulation rogula tlon has a more far reaching reachingeffect reachingeffect reachingeffect
effect than appears on the surface surfaceCoal surfaceCoar surfaceCoal
Coal dealers lumber men ice dealers dealersand dealersand dealersand
and merchants who have teams out af after after attei ¬
ter nightfall were unanimous In de denouncing denouncIng doflouncing ¬
nouncing the regulation as an outrage outrageOne outrageOne outrageOne
One merchant whose teams starts to towork towork towork
work at 8 oclock in the morning and quit quitat quitat quitat
at 6 said that he would refuse to deliver deliverpackages deliverpackages deliverpackages
packages after 4 oclock during tho win winter wlnter wn wntor ¬
ter months if the regulation was put putInto putInto putinto
Into effect as the Commissioners stated statedCommissioner statedCommlsslonor statedCommissioner
Commissioner Rudolph said that the theregulation theregulation theregulation
regulation as It was now was not detri detrimental detrImental defrimental ¬
mental to the business men and It was woadrawn WMdrawn wasdrawn
drawn along the lines proposed propo propce ed by them themlast themla themlast
last la t summer summerPHILLIP summerPHILLIP ummerPmTTTP
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selected and porceptlbly ly pleased the gath gathering gathering gathoring ¬
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which opened the programme pro ammo was play played played played ¬
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and showed the organization to be ex exceedingly exceedIngly oxceedingly ¬
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Scenes Plttoresques whlcn was ex exquisitely exquIsitely axquisitoly ¬
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and the Angelus were played with withmuch withmucIt withmuch
much skill among the violins and the thelast theJftSt thelast
last movement m vement Fete Boheme was a abrilliant abrUUant abrilliant
brilliant finish to a delightful work Th ThGrieg Thf4 Thf4GrIes ThGrieg <
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dHercules furnished a most pleasing pleasingsurprise pleaslngsurprlso pleasingsurprise
surprise The programme closed with the theTannhauser theTannhauser theTanuhauser
Tannhauser overture well played and was wasskilfully wasskntuUy wasskilfully
skilfully handled by the conductor conductorMr conductorMr
Mr Hammer deserves more than thancredit thancredIt thancredit
credit He deserves d6Ser deseres es support In this effort effortto ettortto effortto
to give Washington the best orchestra orchestrait
it can obtain and this Is the best one onewe onewe onewe
we have yet had The very ery fact that a amere amrlro amere
mere handful of people left the theater
before the last number showed the great greatInterest greatintorest greatinterest
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to the stage and bow his acknowledg acknowledgments acknowledgments acknowledgments ¬
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could be attracted to an orchestral con concert conCft concert ¬
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of tho public has progressed far In the thelast thelast thelast
last few years The fact that there was wasno Vasno wasno
no soloist made it all the more dlfilcult dlfilcultto
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the Hammer Orchestra with the Wash Washington WashJngton Washthgton
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was done through the financial generos generosity geMrosIt generosItb ¬
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the most practical music patrons A Afurther Afurther Afurther
further word of commendation Is due to tothe totl1e totile
the conductor of the former Washington WaahlngtonSymphony WaflhlngtonSymphony WashingtonSymphony
Symphony Orchestra Mr Herman Rake Rakemann Rakemann Rakemann
mann In agreeing to the combination combinationand combinationund combinationand
and accepting the place of concert master masterunder masterunder masterunder
under Mr Hammer Thtf Th second concert concertof concertof concertof
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to be continued at Glenwood Cemetery Cemeteryabout Cemeteryabout Cemeteryabout
about 11 A m Baltimore Baltimore and Fred Frederick Frederick Fredenick ¬
erick Md papers please copy copyCROSS copyCROS5Depftrted copyCROSSDeparted
CROSS CROS5Depftrted Departed this life on Monday MondaNovember
November 14 1910 at 2 p m AMOS AMOSCROSS AMOSCROSS AMOSnoss
CROSS noss the beloved brother of Samuel SamuelCross i
Cross CrossFuneral CrossFuneral Cross CrossFuneral I
Funeral from residence residenceS 1140 Union court i inorthwest Inorthwest inorthwest j
northwest Thursday Thursd November 17 at atIt atII atIS
It oclock OCl Ck a a a m mEDW anEDWARDSDopanto n nEDWARDS
EDWARDS EDW EDWARDSDopanto ARDSDflpart Departed this life on Mon Mondny Monda Mondy
dny da morning November 14 1910 l 10 at atIO
1 UO 50 oclock PRANCES QUINCE QUL CE ED EDWARDS EDW EDWARDS ¬ I
WARDS W ARDS beloved Ioved wife of Charles Ed Edwards Edwards Edwards
wards and daughter dau hter of Mrs Josephine
Beckett BeckettFuneral BeckettFuneral BeckettFuneral
Funeral at 1030 a a m on Wednesday
from the residence 146 Florida avenue avenuonorthwest avenUbnorthwaet avenuenorthwest
northwest Interment at Rlverdale RiverdaleMd RlverdaleMd RlverdaleMd
Md MdHALL MdBALLDeparted MdHALLDeparted
HALL BALLDeparted Departed this life on Monday Ionda IondaNovember
November 14 1916 1911 at 440 a 8 m at the theresidence therNklBftCQ theresidence
residence of her soninlaw J H HMills HJoU11s HMills
Mills No as Eleventh street south southesf southeastMARION southestMARION
esf eastMARION > MARION F HALL nee Angel Angelwidow Angenwidow AngelsIdow
widow of William T Hall HallFuneral HallFuneral HallFuneral
Funeral services at Grace Baptist BaptistChurch BaptlstCburch BaptistChurch
Church Ninth street and South Caro Carolina Carolina Carelie ¬
lina lie avenue southeast Thursday Thursda at
280 p m mHART mHARTon rnhARTOn
HART HARTon On Sunday November Novemb r 13 13 1910 at nta atS
9 a m at her residence 642A Orleans Orleansstreet Orleansstreet Orleansstreet
street northeast CATHERINE CA THERINE J JHART JHART JILRT
HART beloved wife of T J Hart HartFuneral HartFuneral HartFuneral
Funeral from residence on Wednesday Wednesda WednesdaNovember
November 16 1 thence to Holy Name NameChurch NameChurcb NameChurch
Church where mass will be said for forth torth forthe
th th repose of her soul at 9 a a m In Interment Int Intorment ¬
torment t rment at Mount Olivet Friends and andrelatives andrelatives andrelatives
relatives invited to attend attendHIBBS attendlliBBSOn attendHIBBSOn
HIBBS lliBBSOn On Tuesday November 15 15 1910 1910HOWARD 1910EDWARD 1910EDWARD
EDWARD T limBS In tha seventieth seventietheal seventiethyear
year eal of his age ageInterment ageInterment ageInterment
Interment private Oak Hill Cemetery Cemeteryednesda
Wednesday ednesda November 16 at 4 oclock oclockKESSELf oclockKESSELOn oclockKESSELOn
KESSELf KESSELOn On Sunday Sunda November 13 1910 1910after 1910aftcr 1910after
after a short illness at her residence residenceNo resIdence resIdenceNo
No zoo Seventh street northwest northwestWashington northwestWashington northwestWashington
Washington D C MARY M beloved belovedwife belovedwlto belovedwife
wife of John Kessel KesselFuneral KesselFuneml KennelFuneral
Funeral from the residence of her herfather herfather herfather
father Mr John Wolferman No 436 436North 436North 436North
North Patuxent street Wednesday WednesdayNovember WednesdayNovember Wednes a aNovember
November 16 at 2 streetk oclock ocloc p m Rela Relatives Relatives Relatires ¬
tives and friends Invited InvitedKING InvitedKINGOn invitedKINGOn
KING KINGOn On Monday November 14 1910 at athis athis athis
his residence 911 New York avenue avenuenorthwest avenuenorthwest avenuenorthwest
northwest NORVAL W KING KINGFuneral KIXGFuneral KINGFuneral
Funeral from f om his late residence Thurs Thursday Thursday Thursday ¬
day November 17 at 3 oclock Friends Friendsand Friendsand Friendsand
and relatives Invited to attend attendlilt attendLINDSEYPassed attendLINDSEYPassed
LINDSEYPassed away on November 13 13isie
lilt Miss nss ELIZA E LINDSEY LINDSEYFuneral LINDSEYFuneral LINDSEYFuera1
Funeral at Accokeek Prince George GeorgeCounty GeorgeCounty GeorgeCounty
County Md Prince George County Countypapers Countypapers Countypapers
papers please copy copyLYDDANE COP COPLYDDANEn copyLYDDANEOn
LYDDANE LYDDANEn On Monday Mondn November 14
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infant daughter of Mortimer lIortlm r C and andClara andClara andClara
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months and twentynine days dnysServices daysServIces daysServices
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at 1 p m at her residence 1605 Caro Caroline Caroline Careline ¬
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street northeast Thursday November
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