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NEW E YORK April 2SDr 28 S Dr Mary Tier PIerson P107Eddy
si son Eddy has contributed from her private privatecollection
c collection several attractive features to tothe tothe
t the Syrian quarter quarter of the missionary ex exhIbit ex exhibit
h hIbit being held In n connection with the theEcumenical theEcumenical
E Ecumenical Conference ConferenceDr ConferenceDr
Dr Eddy went to Syria seven years ago agovlth
v with the Intention of t practicing medicineamong medicine medicineamong
among the women omen there She had pre prepared prepared prepared
pared for the difficulties she knew must be beencountered beencountered
c encountered by byhavlng having her six diplomas diplomasall diplomasall
all verified by the affix of the seals of o the the3rIous
various States In which which they were granted grantedand grantedand
a and finally by the seal of the UnltedStates UnltedStatesCoernment
GovernmentEven c Government Government CoernmentEven v
Even thus strongly fortified Dr Eddy Eddyfound
f found some difficulty in gaining permis permission permissIon ¬
sion from the Stiltan S 1 an to take the neces necessary necessar necesry
sar sa sary ry examinations in Constantinople She Shosucceeded Shesucceeded Shesucceeded
s succeeded finally bat the examination was wasmade wasmade wasmade
n made extraordinarily difficult by the Im Imperial Imperial ¬
P perial Faculty of o of Medicine edJcln The sbcty slxtfour slxtfourQuestions four fourquestions fourquestions
questions were answered triumphantly triumphantlyhowever triumphantlyh
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however h wcer and after that Dr Eddy was wasfree wasfree
free to pursue her work receiving a 41 j jploma
ploma that authorized author1 = cd her to practice practicemedicine
medicine m edicine and surgery in all parts of the theTurkish theTurkish theTurkish
Turkish Empire No other woman has re received receled
ceived this permission permissionThe 1ermisslonThe
The first year ot her Journeyings Dr DrEddy
Eddy had occasional exciting cltlng experiences experiencesbut
but early acted on the friendly advice o oa of ofa ofn f
a n Bedouin sheik who said If I you go goabout g o
about dressed as an American woman you youIJI po u
trill IJI need twenty twcnt soldiers to protect you youYou youou
You Y ou will be safer if I you dress as a Bed Bedouln
ouin oulnDr
Dr Eddy accordingly adopted the Be
douin dress and started off with her small smallcscort I
escort cscort of one maid madand and two men She lost lostno t
no opportunity of using her skill and when whenshe whenShe a ta
she returned to the places visited found toondenthusiastic d
enthusiastic welcome everywhere lie liefame Her Heramespread r
fame amespread spread so rapidly that she soon felt fell
it safe to assume her own garb and has hasnot hasnot ha a
not found itnecessary Un < < essary to discard dbcardlt it since sincethen sine sinethew e
then thenIn thenIn thewIn
In these journeys into the interior Dr DrEddy DrEddy D DEddy r
Eddy remains from two to five weeks In inplace a aplace aplace
place At one time she was away awa from fromcivilization fromcivilization fro m
civilization for four months She takes takesa laic laica
a stereopticGiP with her ad draws the thepeople thepeople th thpeople e
people oftbe of the > encampments tIt = ampment about her ten tenwhite tent tentwhile tentwhile t
while shtellfc oho hfnell tellk tl them em what is happening Inthe in inthe i ithe n
the outside world with which they the have al almost almost
most no communication During Emperor EmperorW1II13ms Empero1y1111ams
Williams visit to Palestine she traveled fo fosome for forsome or orsome
some time with his party part and found that thatthe thatthe th ththe ai
the story of the trip furnished most vel velcome yelome ye
come c ome entertainment to her native friends lrIe
Dr Eddy says that her only dangers now noware noware no w
are In the numbers of scorpions snakes snakesand nakesand
and centipedes that infest the region rt lon and an ann d
In I n frequent want of water For carrying
I I water w ater the bags of skin are no longer used use
by European travelers as the English Englishhae
have discovered a method of o treating can canvas canvas ca cavas a ¬
vas that makes It capable of holding water waterwhile wateiwhile Watt
while at the same time permitting sum sufficiently sumclenUy su suclently ¬
ciently rapid evaporation to keep It t cool coolThis coo 1
This method is s an army secret and the thebgs
begs as well as the tents that Dr Eddy Eddyuses Eddyuses Ed dy
uses are made in the shops of the English Englisharmy EngUabarmy Eng lie liearmy h
army aC of o occupation occupationMost Cccupntlonlost rccupattoaMost
Most lost of o her patients are men although altho althoher ash
her primary object was wa and is to help the thewomen thewomen Us e
women womenThe womenThe womenThe
The women are mere 1easts l easis asts of burden burdensaid burdenald burdenold
said old Dr Eddy to a 1 press representatipskrdny representative representativeyesterday representalle1stcroay re
yesterday and the men will not allow allowthem allowthem silo silothem w
them to take the time necessary to come cometo corn corno e
tb t o me unless they are are so So s ill ll as as to be un unable un3ble u a ¬
able to do their work When hea th themen the men find findthat findthat fin d
that their personal comfort depends u u1t upon p ° II
it they the allow the women the time to seek seekme 5 set setme k kme
me I have been enabled to help them themgoing by bygolnJ
going directly to to their encampments much muchmore muchmore sue suemore h i
more than I could have otherwise The Themen Themen TI TImen
men however are eager to to1311 avail them themselves themsehes thenselves ¬
selves of o my help helpDr
Dr Eddys work tc the treatment of eye e ye
diseases is IsoC of the greatest importance importanceoplhalmia as asopthalmia asopthalmla
I opthalmia is so prevalent Many blind blindchildren bUndchildren bpi bpichildren ad
children have been taken by her to the ti e
English school at Beyroot where they r rceive re receive recchc ¬
ceive instruction that makes them useful usefuland usefuland use useand ul
and consequently welcome in their tribes s
She has established establi hed an opthalmic hospital bospi
iaSidon II in Sid Sidon n the only tJly ode in InSyria Syria and bas bascomplete a acomplete acomplete
complete traveling equipment for the tent to t
hospital that accompanies accompaniesher her on her med me
leal tours On these journeys she tak takwith takes takeswith takeswith es s
with her a 3 maid p a hospital assistant assistanta and anda andn i
a cook all natives of o tried and proved prov ed i
fidelity fidelityBedros fidelityBedros fidelityBedros
Bedros my servant has acquired acqure1good a agood a
good deal of o medical knowledge knowled e and skill skillsince skUlsince sic sicsince iii 11
since he came to me me and assists admira admi ra
bly bl in operations ope t1ons said Dr Eddy
The doctor arrived on the Kaiser Wll w il ilthiS
helm II last week w ek She will remain iscountry in this thiscountry thiscountry
country for three months in the home of f
her brother in New 1e Rochelie > N 1 Y a awill and andwill andwIll nil 1
will then return returnto to her work In Syriallinerrv Syria SyriaMiner Sri3lIne
Miner lIne Have HaveSCRAXTOX Itat e A Xnrro nrrovr Eenpe EenpeSCRANTOX EscapeSCRANTON
SCRAXTOX JJa a April 28 SFor For wee weeks its a
800 men employed employed In the Pine Pine Brook Col Colliery CollIery Cc CcVery l ¬
liery have been working unconsciously inthe In Inthe inthe i
the face of a great danger
The headings headingsIn headln headlnin gs i
In the Dunmore No 2 vein eln are being driven drhenIn drly drlym en t
in the direction of the old workings of ofPennaylyania the the thePennlJlranl1
Pennsylvania Companys abandoned No Noworkings 5 5workings 5workIngs
workings These old workings have filled filledup fiUedup fill fillup ed u
up with water The
presence of this wa w ¬
ter wasnot w3s was not known until yesterday Imme Im ¬
diately the be men me were ordered ortler out of t tmine the themine th thmine he
mine the muita mule m ICAt raised ralsed sed and arrangements arrangementsat arranbemr arranbemrat n s J
at once made t topump pump out the water Un Ur L n ¬
til this is done
the mines must remain rest
Idle In some places only a few yards ot of ofcoal ot otceal
coal separated the Pine Brook headings hetdlc aa 8 s
from the subterranean reservoir reservoircue Had Hadone Hadcc HadIn
one cc cue of them accidentally tapped it the min miners miners m mern In ¬
ers would have been drowned like rats ratsa In Ina Ina a
a trap trapIJoy trapnOTA
IJoy Boys Tnnnt Resulted Fatally Fat nil nilLNCASTER
LANCASTER Pa April 2S S30frs Mrs Tie Tiebecca Rebecca
becca Oswald an aged woman was struck struckby sCruckb srt srtby ric
by b a freight train at the Lemon Streetcrossing Street Streetcrossing Ste Stecrossing eef
crossing of the QuarryrUle Quarry tte Railroad yes yesterday yesterday y yterday es ¬
terday and had her skull fractured Boys Boyawere Boyswcre Bt Btwere
were in a the habit of teasing thcr + as as asparsed she shepassed sheparsed
parsed along the streets and hearing hea hearingwarning Ingthe Ingthewarnlng the thewarning
warning cry of a brakeman she mistook mis misit took
it for the taunts of the thechlJdren children and stoop stooped ¬
ed over the tracks to get a l stone when whenwas she shewas shewas
was struck by the engine Her condition condItiocritical n la 1 1crItical
critical
Guilty Gunt > of Eml ERJbezaJenaentROANOKE ERJbezaJenaent EmbezslententROANOKE ez leiuent leiuentROAKOKE
ROANOKE Va April 28ArthurDerr 23 28Arthur Arthur N NDerr NDerr
Derr the Lynchburg L hburg lawyer was as sentenc sentenced acute acuteed ¬
ed d to three years Y ara In the penitentiary on
the the charge of embezzling a large sum of
money n ney from rom am the th estate of his det deceased eased d
brother Rush U Derr Den The case was tried tr d
here on a 3 change of o venue venueA vcnuCo vcnuCA venueA
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A Suit for Bre BreWILLIAMSPORT Wrench Br nc l of PconalRc PconalRcWILLIA PromscWILLIA3ISPORT
WILLIAMSPORT WILLIA ISPORT Pa April 2S 2SSult SSuit Suit for for1000p for10OOj fort000Q
1000p damages if jor for or breach of of promise promisebegun was wasbegun WlSliesun w as 13
begun yesterday by Miss Uss Annie nnie Walker Walkeragainst Walkeragainst yal her heragainst
against Arthur Scarborough Both parties partiesHveat partIesUe pa r Lies LiesliceatJersey
Hveat Ue liceatJersey atJerseyShore Jersey Shore Scarborough was on onApril
April 11 wedded to Miss 1I5s Edith Sonn ofHazlcton otHazletoD of
Hazlcton and they have just returned from fromtheir tromtheir ti titheir om
their wedding eddlng journey journeyMnscnlnr journeytlolcnlnr
Muscular ItI Xt Iti + ieamailNm Cur CuredFor Cured d dFor x xFor
For the 1b relief and cure of muscular mneuar thenma thenmaChamberlains rheumatism astsL
Chamberlains Pain Balm ba hu become tam famous e0t
One On application relieve the pain Mr R IVheefcr IVheefcrof Wheel 1Ch e eltr eltraya < rof r
of Xorthirood X N Y in ipcakipgr fkiug of tutor thi says
nnrinsr I > urlw th the winter wlnteroof of 1826 S5 I was tri T so lame 1a in my iy
joints in fact all over my body b dJ that I lcowd could Id
hardly hobble t around n trhen f bougbt lwu ht a bottle bolt e ot
Chamberiains Chamberlain Pain Balm lenFo From the tfiSt first applica ¬
tion Ion I began bc n to get well ell and was cured and aadBalm d
l Jaa have Ve worked ettadily all aUthe the year Pain Balm m
la for ale I liT > y Henry U nry Evans wholesale and andand retail
and all dn dnccUts > giats i
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REPLYING TO A SUIT SUITIllKliop SUITDIKiaop SUIThop
IllKliop DIKiaop Bis hop Thobunt tlir tb Dcfeulnnt Dert cnlt 111 111Uaiuncre Innal1la iii1ADIA1re
Uaiuncre nal1la e Proceed ProeeedlulCC ProeeedlulCCEW ProcrrdtAltsNEW I HKM HKMNEW
NEW EW YORK YOnKe April 28 8Dlshop Bishop J M MThoburn 11Thoburn MThoburn
Thoburn of Springfield Ohio it is said is iscombtaLsg iscomb isbining
comb com combtaLsg bining two o missions In this city ctt Ono Onois OnfIs Onois >
is in attendance 3Uendanceal at the Ecumenical Con Conference Collferencr Conterencr ¬
ference and the other is to defend an ac action uctton c ction ¬
tion for 160000 damages brought brough against againsthim aglinst111m againstby
him by a Mrs Mrs Armstrong She he accuses accuseshim 3CCWCS111m accuseshim
him of defaming her character c aracter While the thebishop tbeblsbop thehop
bishop bis hop was In India several sever severl years ago ago Mrs MrsAimatrong airsAtmetroog Iirs IirsAI
Aimatrong AI mtrong a a handsome and stylish styUsh Arnjr Arnjriccn Amr mir miric r rIc
iccn ic n woman oman arrived for ro the ostensible ostensiblepurix ost4nsibiopurpesc st ns1Jc ns1Jcpurl
purix purl purpesc GSc sc of converting the heathen hcath n but as asehe ashad IS IS8hc
she had no connection with i b the Metho Mclh1lst Mclh1lstlIIH lrtha1stFplaonti Hst HstflylEcoiitl
fi flylEcoiitl lIIH lt cburcn them was Wl < scan a 1 clash clashVctween cl clween sl slllwecn
l Vctween tctt ween her and the bishop bishopMrs bishopMrs bishoprs
Mrs M rs Armstrong became the object of ofnoinratloh o oa1J1lIratlO ofadnilvatan
n noinratloh < l from one of we wealthiest ress res resicons res resiOt
II icons iOt > r1i ot o India and a araTias rrI3 = was au announced aurounccd aucouuccd ¬
nounced to take e place betwowi them The Thebishop Thebishop Tuehop
bishop bis hop wert to the man and said some something so someng e ething ¬
tl thing thi thitoo ng about the woman but the marrlaga marrlagatook marrl mnrriuga mnrriugak g gtook
t took too < k place AS > as Intended Bishop Tho Tiiubura Thoburn Tboburn
burn ° says the marriage turned urned out just justas ust ustas ustas
as he had expected far in a few cur years yearstle yearstlewite thee the thewife
wife wif e left and went to England EnglandSirs Enrland31rs EnglandMrs
Sirs Armstrong returned to Ameri Amertra Amertra3bout Amerteaout < nx nxabout
a about ab out a year ago and at the same time timethe timethe timethe
tl the bishop came home to pay his wife 1t a avisit avIsit avisit
v visit Before leaving lealn again for India he hespent hespent hent
spent spe nt several days in this city and just justas Justas Justas
a as ho stepped on shipboard to return a asubpoena asubpoena abpoena
s subpoena su bpoena was served oa him himABSOLUTE bimAJ3S0LUTE himBSOLUTE
ABSOLUTE A DIVORCE GRANTED GUANOEDYtnrljr GRANTEDYenrJ GRA1TDYearly
Yearly YenrJ Alimony AlInaon of fl2QOO 1000 Awarded Awarded31rs Aart ed
31rs airs AV E D Stokes StokesNEW Stokes StokesEW
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NEW N EW YORK April 2S STh S The report of ofthe orthe ofthe
the the referee retcr e In the suit for absolute divorce divorcebrought divorcebrought divorceought
brought br ought by Mrs 1rs W E D D Stokes bra hisde bramade hrsmade
n made ma de public recommended a decree pro providing provldlog proding ¬
v viding vi ding that Mrs rs Stokes shall receive
1 12000 2000 a year alimony in equal monthly monthlyInstallments monthlyInsallments monthlyinstallments
Installments for the support of herself herselfand herselfand herselfand
a and child during her lifer life or until she he shall shallmarry shallmury shallarry
r marry m arry again In case of her marriage marrla t her herrights her herrights herghts
j rights ri ghts to alimony shall cease ceaseMrs ce1KeMrs
Mrs W W E D Stokes was w before her hermarriage hermarriage he
i marriage m arriage Miss Rita Hernandez do Alba da daAcosta deAcosta d
t Acosta A costa daughter of Mr Ir and Mrs Irs Rtcardde Ricardo Ricardode Ricardode
de < Acosta of 48 West Fortyseventh FortyseventhStreet Fortyseventhreet 1 1Street
J Street St reet The De Acostas castas came from Cuba Cubawhere Cub Cubwhere Cubhere
Stw
i where w here they owned vast property propertyt tj 1 w W4le W4lemembers wembers e emembers
i members m embers of one of the oldest Cuban fast families famllIe fastes ¬
1 lies lIe li es some thirty years ag 8gb and have havemade hayemAde haysade
i made mAde m ade their home in New ew York ever since sinceTV
TV 1 E D Stokes the defendant is some somefifteen somefitleenyetr5 someteen
i fifteen fitleenyetr5 fif teen years older than his wife who was wastwenty 188 188twenty
twenty tw enty years ears old In October 1899 18 He is isa i s
a < 1 son of James Stokes and a brother of ofAnson arAnson o onson
A Anson nson Phelps Stokes and a L cousin of ofEdward ofEdard o i
1 Edward E dward S Stokes at 1t one time owner o of ofthe ofthe
the Hoffman House House3CEBE HouseNE1tE
3CEBE BABE AS STATION AGENT AGEUTIRemnrlcaole AGENTneDlarkalJle AGENTemarkable
Remnrlcaole R SI Story f UL ULBELLEFOXTE or u n YoanJ Penn JennAhnuII11
ayia AhnuII11 nuhr + Bny IJo IJonELLEFO
BELLEFOXTE nELLEFO TE April 58 8Beech Beech n ech Creek Creekcan Creekcan
can boast of having the youngest atatlogent station stationagent sullonngent n
agent a gent and telegraph operator to be found foundin foundIn foun founfa d
in the State of Pennsylvania Penns Jvani in a the parse persoa persoaof pesoaot n
of John Ro Rohrock brock son of o Charles Roth Rothrock Rothrock Rothock
rock r ock He is ten years old and conslderabl conslderablnder considerably considerablyunder considerablyunder F
Fh
under u nder size for his age and will not weigh weighmore weighmore wets h
more m ore thanjscventy than seenti pounds poundsHis poundsHis
His father who U a II regular re lar agent at atthis a athis 3tthis t
this place plac took sick very ery suddenly suddenl thether the theother t1Jeother
other o ther day This boy went into the office officeand omceand oflloeand
and took entire charge Besides selling sellingtickets sellingtickets sellingattending
tickets t checking baggage and attending attendingto attendln attendlnto
to all shipping and receiving of feight he hereports hereports heccorrect
reports r all trains and is quick and correct correctIn correctin
In sending and receiving all telegraphic telegraphictrain telegraphictrain telegraphicrain
train t orders In addition to all this he hedoes hedoes
does d oes the work of the Western Union Tele Telegraph ¬
graph g raph ph Company at that place plo i ij
j FOREST FIRES RAGING RAGINGInrlN RAGINGJnrh I
InrlN P Jnrh art of Iemiitylvniiln > lIIIIIIInnl 1 Swept h hFlnmex l bT y >
Finnic Jnme JnmeDUBOIS
DUBOIS Pa April 25 28Forest Forest fires arc arcraglne areraging are
raging in this vicinity iclnltJ All day this city cityhas cltyhas
has been in semidarkness semIdarkni caused c catiaed 8edby by dense denseclouds d ns nsclouds
clouds c of o smoke and cinders c qrs have ln e been beendropping i idropping
dropping d on the streets Several houses In lathe Inthe
the outskirts were saved from l rP om destruction destructionwith destructionI
j with the greatest effort At one point the thefire
fire re ate its way Na into theoiyyand for to beura beurathe hauDthe
the base carts stood on the streets tiidy dy to torespond 10respond torespond
respond to an alarm alarmA
A big fire at Rathmcl this morning
burned out about 1000 acres and threat threatened threatened threaterred
ened the town and large mill of the theIian Hall
Lumber Company CompanyAdvices CompanyAdvlces
Advices from all points In Jefferson JefrerJ In > n Elk Elkand Elkand Elk
and Clearfield counties tell the th same me tal talthreatened b boC tats
oC devastation The entire county ti I Ithreatened
threatened and the losses to lumbermen lumbermenwill lumbermenwill
will be beyond precedent Small game i b >
being annihilated or driven from its favoritc fa taorltc
voritc orltc haunts Should no rain come to
bring relief tomorrow will 111 bring tidings of o
fresh disaster Many lany woodsmen Os oCupy o cupy
cabins In a the mountains with Ith their families
and it Is greatly feared that some may have
trouble in escaping the flames which fn fnmany n
many instances came upon them from rom all allsides
sides with the spied of a tornado tornadoTRYING
j TRYING TO STARVE ARVE HERSELF HEB3ELFjrletl HERSELFThwDrteI
ThwDrteI Tlrn jrletl iu Attempted Suicide Snfclle31nrle
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NEW EW YORK April 28 28There There Is every everyreason eer eerre everyreason
reason re on to believe tbat Marie rarie Rosalie Dense Densewho DenseWho Densewho
who jumped from the Brooklyn Bridge
lost Jas wek and who expressed sorrow sorrowthat
that she did not succeed in killing herself h herselfis rscU rscUIs
is trying to starve herself Sho has not notbken no t
taken food In fortyeight hours and the
physicians physicians in Bellevnue Hospital may mayhat have
to adopt ad opt heroic measures meaJ Ures to force her to
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I fused food and It was thought her general genera
condition had hn taken away her h r appetite
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she eat yesterday and It was said last
night ehe had told another patient she In lnSICK
tended to starve herself
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TRIED TO BILL frrrr XnL HER CHILDREN CHILDRENA CHILDRENt CHILDRENtDlranecJ
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five fi ve years old wf wife of f J 1 P Willis W llis of ofNansemond ofi 1
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children c hildren with a knife kJdC and forkrTe fork orl The youag youagsters youagstcrs
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frenzy and fled in terror EHxeser atwelveyearofd a atwelveyearold I ItwelveyearoW
twelveyearold girl was jftMnrd j jaet l + d in the thethigh I Ithigh Ithid
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dangerous dangerousfirs danperousMrs
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jam James Clark of vHre reemBnsburg naaslmrg while at attempting 3tteomptlng attempting
tempting to chloroform a dog last night nightused nIlhlused nightused
used too much of offheiflrug oth ffiedruR Jiru and almost kllled klll klllcd klUed
ed hhnself He le was was discovered is time and andresuscitated andresuscitated andresuscitated
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of Hood diseases lS dS6 mdudlng irdu ing scrofula scrofulam scrofularhm rheu rheumatism rMu17Ufism rhmafism ¬
matism m afism dyspepsia catarrh prove its itspwer itspower ls lspcnver
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F G Smith Clcbumc Tuc Tucimpure TerImpure 1uImpure
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recommend Hoods Hoo s Sarsapara as aionic a atonic atonic
tonic and blood medicine 8iss Nellie NellieHSenbrant Nc NcRilcnbrant
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BERRYV BERRrVlLLE ILLS Va z April 28Miss 28MissKatharine 2S S Miss MissKatharine U55 U55K1tharIne
1 Katharine McDonald of o this place daugh daughter daugIJter daeRhter ¬
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has been appointed by Representative ReP Btattvc Hay Haythe Haythe Haythe
the maid of h honor DOr from the Seventh Con Congressional Coagresalonai oR oRgreHIoualdistrkt ¬
greHIoualdistrkt gressional district to the coming reunion TeUnioaof reunionof reunionof
of Confederate veterans at Louisville Ky
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I his brothers Major E H IL McDonald Major MajorI 3laJerAngus I
I t Angus McDonald CoL Marsball MeDoaaW MeDoaaWand 1leDosaldand McDosaMi
i and Lieut C W McDonald all did va valiact 3 3Ilazt i iItact
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j Miss 11M McDonald possesses in a marked I
t degree the attractions of t body and mind mindcalculated I
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