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12 1 THE WASHINGTOE W ASHINGTO TODS T FRIDVY bRIO Y JUtE 17 1901
DlSTRlGT STR1CT REPAIRS REPAIRSTHE REPAIRSTHEFOUNDATIONS
THE THEFOUNDATIONS THEFOUNDATIONSBuilding FOUNDATIONS FOUNDATIONSBuilding
Building Inspector Takes TakesPrompt TakesPrompt TakesPrompt
Prompt Action ActionHOUSES ActionHOUSES ActionHOUSES
HOUSES IN K AND L STREETS STREETSOwners STREETSOwners STREETSOwners
Owners Were Notified of Unsafe Condi Conditions Conditions Conditions ¬
tions Caused by Changing Grade Gradeof Gradeof Gradeof
of Highways HighwaysNln HighwaysNtnt HighwaysNtne
Nln Ntnt frame and brick houses hou on K Kand l lnnd ICand
and L Streets Stl t8 between Second Seccm econd and Third ThirdStreets Thirdstreets 1hlrdStreets
Streets northeast have been declared declaredin
in a precarious prf > lJrIOU8 condition by Building BuildingInspector BulitllngInspLttor BUHdIfl BUHdIflIuMpetor
Inspector Aahford A hCord as a result of their theirfoundations thehtoundatlons theiroufldktiofls
foundations being weakened by the low lowering lowcllng lowrrlng ¬
ering of the street levels la connection connectionwith connectionwith connecUonwith
with the new terminal improvements improvementsThe
The owners of the homes have hav been beenwarned bOenWarned beenwarned
warned by t Mr lr Aahford that tbey would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be required to take stojw < tfJII to make their theirhouse thelInouH1 theirhouei
house safe saf This they have not done doneand Ooneand doneand
and today lO dY the Building Inspector In8 tor has hasa ha81 ha81a I Ia
a force of C eight men Including car carpenters CArp ¬
penters p > nterf bricklayers and laborers put putting puttlng ¬
ting the structures in a condition eoh4itl l1 that thatwill thMtw1ll thitwill
will render them safe efe foe habitation habitationAssessment habitationAssessment bbItationAssessment
Assessment of Costs CostsThe
4 4The 0 0The
The cot of these improvements will willbe winbe v111 v111be
be assessed allft d as u tax against the pn prup prupcrt prvperty p perty
crt erty The houses in question have been beenw4dkeIwd
w w4dkeIwd < > akeiiti in the foundations becom becoming beeomlug becoinIrig ¬
lug extremely extrtmel dangerous It was urgent urgentthat urgentthat urgentthat
that step tep be taken at once to improve improvethe Improvethr Improvethe
the dangerous conditions conditionsUn eonditloneOn ondltlon ondltlonOn
On K md nd L J L Streets between Second Secondand Seconda Secondand
and a lid Third the grade of the streets has
bf b bn en n reUm lE Uld rt in i om places arf e muc2 muc11 muc mucn j
as n six tx or II eight feet and In the ease caseoi easeoi
oi oi 1 the tn rilnr houses houtli > declared unsafe noth nothillg ¬
ing has been done by b the owners to tomake tomake tomake
make their foundations more stable In Inthe Inthe Inth
the th majority of cases a SfS tide eightfoot eightfootcut ehftZfootcut
cut ws WH < > > niide niHd immediately against the tliofoundations tIto1nundatlon theZundttons
foundations < leaving jt > aing them without any
ground support on the sides sidesPuzzle MldNPuzzlc tdes tdesPuzzle
Puzzle to Inspector InspectorAside InspectorAlIl InspectorAtIlh
Aside AlIl E from the needless ntcdle trouble to towhich towhich towhich
which the tl1 District is i I put JUt by b such be behavior beUtiol beIlaviOi ¬
havior Utiol salt said ui < i Mr Ashford today it te tea IIIn 1wa
a puzzle to mr m why the property own ownera oner owneri
era er nEglct their houses In this way
They Ihe only nly runk the risk of great loss
by b accident < not to apeak of the danger
t h which they t luy subject ub t the people living
In the houricn houricnThry hu huThO huuThiy
Thry ought to realize itaat they will
have to pay pa fur the improvement Imprev mnt8 Man Manor seener en enor ¬
or or later altr And it seems secmsto IIW to me tnevwould th thyonld they
would prefer to have their property p1op rty flxea flxeaup ftxeaup flxea2lI
up 2lI according to thrir own ideas ideasIn Jdeasn ideasEn
In n the case of the brick houses Mr ofr
Ashford has had their foundations un ¬
derpinned tpinned The frame dwellings are be being beiig ¬
ing 111 propped up securely MecureJ These meas measurs messtires ¬
tires will m nndcr th thpm m temporarily safe safeWEEDON sateWEEDON safeWEEDON
WEEDON CASE IS ISSET ISSETFOR SET SETFOR SETFOR
FOR TRIAL ON MONDAY MONDAYAndrew MONDAYAndrew MONDAYAndrew
Andrew Weedon will be jmt JUt on trial trialen trtalon trialon
on Monday Mnda before > ore Justice Gould and a aJury njUr aitiry
Jury jUr in Criminal Court Court No No2 2 for the themurder themurder themurder
murder of his motherinlaw Rachel RachelAnn Rae RaeAnn RachelAnn
Ann Beau atJ December t > Cfmber 11 test In I North Northeast NorthHist Northtast ¬
east Washington WashingtonIt ashington ashingtonIt
It Iff I expected that the trial will last lastnr
lor nr ten days lay or two weeks The Gev Gevcrnment Go Gornment Goitrnment
crnment < < will be represented r prRDted by District
Attorney Attornf Beach east Awttatanf AAMd bmf Attor AttorJi At Attor31y r rwy
Ji 31y wy y Alexander lpxltndfr R MoHowney 1I11lIloW11e and the thetCenciant tht
defendant by Messrs A A Llpscomb LIlMKombund t ttnd
11 und tnd nd F Edward Mitchell nt IItehelt25 htil
125 Washington to Baltimore BaltimoreAnd BaltimoreAnd BaltimoreAnd
And return B A O R R every Satur ¬
day and Sunday Sunda Tickets good returning
until Sunday night All trains except I
Royal Limited LimitedI6ooWorlds LimItedt3j6ooWorlds
I6ooWorlds 1600 Worlds Fair FairC C 0 Ry RyCoach RyCoach RyCoach
Coach Excursion Exeur le via Scenic Route 230 230p 2 I Ip
p m each Saturday in June One Onenight OnenIght On Onnight
night out
IANNUAL ANNUALREUNION REUNION OF OFI OFB
I U B H 0 0Reports S ALUMNI ALUMNII ALUMNIReports ALUMNIReports
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Reports for Year and Elec Election Election Election ¬
tion oi Officers OfficersPAUL OflicrrsI OfficersPAUL
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i PAUL E SLEMAN PRESIDENT PRESIDENTAffairs PRESIDENTI PRESIDENTAffairs
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I Affairs of the Association Shown to toBe toBe
Be in Flourishing Condition ConditionThe ConditionThe ConditionThe
The Social Meeting MeetingThe MeetingTbe MeetingThe
The sixth annual reunion of tho thoAlumni thoAlUmni
Alumni Association A cehttlon of the Business BusinessHigh nuslneRsHJah
High School was held in the the assembly assemblyhall at8embl at8emblhall
hall of that Institution last night and andproved nntlproed andproved
proved to be one of tho most largely largelyattended largebilttended
attended meetings in the th history hI8tor of the theorganization theorganization theorganizaUon
organization organizationThe organizationl1le
The meeting meeting was called to order by bythe bythl byth
the th president Paul V Ivtspr qr who whoasked IhO IhOasked
asked for reports from the secretary secretaryand tecrctar tecrctarand
and treasurer tre sulcr both of which showed n nmost nmost
most healthy condition of affairs Mr MrKeyscr MrKeyser
Keyser briefly addressed the classes clnHti and andstated amlgtuted andtated
stated s that the years ours progress had been beenthe beenthe beenhe
the t he most marked in the associations associationscareer iltftoclnlIonscureer associationscareer
career and that the membership membel hlp rolls rollshad rollshad rollshad
had increased faster tn ter than any un year yearheretofore yrheretofore etr etrl1eretoCore
heretofore
Election of Officers OfficersThe OfficersI OTficersThe
The next ne t business bu hlsS transacted trnnsuct fl was wt1s the thenominating thenominating
nominating and electing eleottn of the fallow fallowing fOllowleg WnowIng ¬ i
ing officers officersPresident omc omeorsPresident rs rsP
President P ldent Paul E Sleman 36 sec secretary secretAry seeretary ¬
retary Maud Wagner TOO 00 treasurer treasurerWillinm tre treasurerWilliam surer surer1Jltnm
William 1Jltnm King 02 O vice presidents presidentsJames lrtsld presidentoJames en ts tsJMmes
James B Lackey Wllliurn Gottlieb GottliebMrs GottJl CotUitiMrs h hl1rs
Mrs A N Dobson Dr Charles S SWhite SVhlte SVhite
White Eva M Wnugn Edwin EdwinChutterton W WChatterton WChatterton
Chatterton Joseph E I Lawton awton Henry HenryJ
J Jenkins Arthur G Newmyer Ray Raymond Ra Ramond Raymont ¬
mond mont W V Pullman and Burton Green GreenUpon GreenUpon GreenUpon
Upon taking the chair the new presi ¬
dent called cn1leLLlttenUon attention to the fact that thattour thattour thattour
tour out of live of the former presi Iresl ¬
dents of the alumni were present and andrequested andrloqucsted andrequested
requested them to speak briefly brlo Re Remarks Remarks Remarks ¬
marks were heard from Herman C Met Metoalf ltetCltlt Metcalf
calf first president of the association associationJames assocint1onJnmes associationJames
James E West third president James JamesB JomLB
B Lackey Lacke fourth president and Paul PaulV PmllV PirolV
V Keyser the fifth and retiring ofllct ofllctMr omctMr ofllceMr
Mr Davis Address AddressAllan AddressAllan AddressAllan
Allan Davis the principal of the Bi Brsl Brslness BrIness si siness
ness High School spoke to the grad graduates grftduattS gradttes ¬
uates upon matters of o school Imnor ImnorUtnee Im lnylorLanes > or ortltnee
Lanes and touched upon upon the th subject of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the new high school which IB I now in incourse InCOUtlStl Incourse
course of construction at Ninth Street Streetand Streetnnd Streetand
and Rhode Island Avenue His remarks remarkswere remarkswere remarkswere
were greeted with applause and ap approval approval ¬
proval provalThe provallJ1e provalThe
The president appointed as Il press presscommittee preascommittee presscommittee
committee to serve for the coming year yearArthur yenrArtllur yearArthur
Arthur U 7 Newmyer Nem cr and Charles A AJones AJones
Jones JonesAt JonesAt JonesAt
At the conclusion of this business bU8In se the themeeUpg t t1e t1emeeUpg 1 1m
meeUpg m UJlg was adjourned and old friend friendships friendships friendshipe ¬
ships were fire renewed and new ones made madeWANTS mndeWANTS madeWANTSPOSTAL
WANTS WANTSPOSTAL POSTAL REFORMS REFORMSTO REFORMSTO REFORMSTO
TO START THE FOURTH FOURTHPHILADELPHIA FOURTHPHILADELPHIA FOURTHPHILADELPHIA
PHILADELPHIA Pa June 17 liThe liThePfistal 17ThePstal The ThePostal
Postal Progress League at 203 Broad Broadway BroadW8 Broadway ¬
way W8 demands that the Fourth of July Julybe JuJycelebrntcd Julybe
be celebrated by announcement of a 2 2cent 2cent 2cent
cent half ounce rate of postage for let letter letI lettrr ¬
I ter ti to nil the world that all postal postalmatter postalI 1 1niatter
I matter bo insured by the Postomce for forit forI foi r rits
I it its full value that a system of inter international Interrational ¬
I national currency curronc and international internationalrtimps internationalbe Internationalztzrnps
rtimps be established that a fractional fractionalcurrency fractionalturrency
i currency be beestnbliahod established for postal pur purposes fluri riurpesos ¬
i poses XseJ that tho political parties put a apostal aI zi L Lpostal
I postal reform plank in their national nationalplatforms notIonalI I Ipatfofl
I platforms platformsFast piotformsFast patfoflFast
Fast Express Train From Baltimore BaltimoreEvery BaltimoreEver BaltimoreEvery
Every Ever Sunday night Pennsylvania Rail Railroad Railroad Railroad ¬
road leaves lea ves Calvert Cal ert Station Sta lion 1130 and andUnion ant antUnion
Union Station 1135 p m due Washing ¬
ton 1230 a m
Will Close Out OutTJl OutTWO Nx
TWO TWOMagnificent TJl 0 0Magnificent > 5 5Magnificent
Magnificent Pianos PianosUsually PianosUsually PianosUsually
Usually Selling for 250 250At 250At
At S 155 5 5 Spot SpotCash SpotCash SpotCash
Cash CashThese CashThese Casha
a These are splendid new instruments of the thequality thequality thequality
quality associated with this house They
have handsome cases and are well worth
250 Stool and cover included Interest Interestcharge Interestcharge Interestcharge
charge added if sold on time timeSanders timeSanders timeSanders
Sanders Stayman Staym n Co Cov
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r THE FAMILY WINE AND LIQUOR STORE STORESATURDAY STORESATURDAY STORESATURDAY
SATURDAY SPECIALS SPECIALSOur
Our specials have been so favorably
received that we shall endeavor to sur surpass surpass surpass
pass even our former efforts effortsRead effortsead effortsRead
Read ead the following Inducements and
judge for yourself yourselfWith yourselfWith yourselfWith
With each pint or quart of Federal Seal Seala
a bottle of Fine California Claret free freellWr freeWIth freeWith
llWr OUR ID OWN OWN With each quart of Bellehaven Pure Rye RyeWIth Rye75c
75c a bottle of Fine California Claret
RAHD free freeVltlt freepep
tOOqUAg pep WIth each q quart rt of Overtop Rye 50c 50ca SOci
i a bottle of Peach PeachBrandy Brandy free freeAs freeAs freeAs
As we are determined to make our brands a household householdword householdword householdword
word quality with us is paramount paramountMONAGHAN paramountMONAGIiAN paramountMONAGHAN
MONAGHAN McGUIRE
621 Seventh Street N W WOpposite VVOpposite WOpposite
Opposite Patent Office Phone E 397 p pt
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ISENOR SENOR ATTSGHUL ATTSGHULHERE ATTSCHULHERE
HERE AN EXILE EXILECannot EXILECannot
Cannot Return to Honduras HondurasWhile HOllchuasVhUe HondurasVliile
While Bonilla Rules RulesFOUGHT HulesFOUGHT RulesFOUGHT
FOUGHT HIM IN REVOLUTION REVOLUTIONWith REVOLUTIONWith
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With Angel Ugarti the Central Amen American Ame Ameca ¬
can ca Is Spending Some Time in inthe inthe inthe
the United States StatesI
I cant go buck to Honduras now no noIt nowt
It I t would give them particular pleasure J
to t o stand me up against Utln l a 1 wall and rid rlddie
die d ie me with huilets J1 ilcts I IThe
The man who calmly made this state sta1ol sta1olmtnt
ment r while standing SUmt1ln in tho lobby lobb of the theNow INew
New WllUm Hotel was it swarthy sItrtllYsldnned 1 1skinned j
skinned s a igrviilve looking Central CeritntlAmerican j
American who av hfj hits figured largely JUrx ebln In Intho
the t he recont political polit t l history of If Hottdut Hottdutras HCMlaUnul Holtthtss I
ras v ss His dtird < < trd rd shows that he has held heldprominent held heldprominent baitrominent
prominent p oiUre Dille there it read reu rosde Fran Francisco FrMnclCo Franeco ¬
cisco d eco Attschul exSecruUiry exS retnry of Com Commcrcc
mcrcc Agriculture and Public ubUc Works orkll orkllor
of Honduras C A AV
Wrong V rong Side of France FranceIt I
It is my m misfortune said Ia Mr MrAttschul Ir I
Attschul to be on the wrong side of orthe ofthe
the fence in my m native country cOUlltr I am
an exile here in Washington Vnshln ton and as IWlong I
long l ong as President Bonilla Bonll reigns of J Jcourso
course I will not return They Thc do things thingsswiftly thingsswlCUy
swiftly in Honduras and the farther I Ikeep Ikeep
keep away aWa from there Just now the thesrentor
greater will be my m safety 81Cft My fy party
is the Liberals They rJ1e represent prog progress progrZs progress ¬
ress and liberty but President Bonilla Bonillawas Bonillawas Boiiillawas
was too strong stron for us and he h won the thevictory theYlctor
victory Ylctor through force of arm arms I fought foughthlm Coushthimos
him himos is s hard ua I could and 1 will always alwaysstand nlwuystand alwaysstand
stand up for my party pflrt Perhaps that thatIs thutIs
Is the reason why i shall prefer to stay sta staawa stayaway
away awa Just at present presentVUh
With VUh Mr Attschul In Washington 811lngton IB IBSenor iHSonor IcI
Senor Angel Ugartl who was Hondurian Hondurianminister Hondurlanmlnlstor Hondurianminister I
minister to the United States France Franceand Franceand Pranceand
and Great Britain Senor 1garti Is now nowon
on hIs way wa to Central America but after afterthe aCtcrthe afterthe
the manner of statesmen In that coun countr
try tr he will jfl not return home before he hefinds hefinds
finds out the lay l of the land He will go goto goto geto
to Guatemala 01lat noln first nrstAttitude firstAttitude firstAttitude
Attitude Toward Bonilla BonillaFrom BoniUaFrom BoniliaFrom
From Guatemala Guat mAl wild Senor Ugmrtl UgmrtlI
I shall write to President Bonilla I Ido Ido I Ido I
do not notaplJroeo approve of the men he ha bM8nbout bM8nbouthim abotit abotithim
him now no 1 told ihlm him so wo1sbey o plli IIf y ln 1n1fQne 1n1fQneof laancof Qne Qneof
of my nJ recent letters He did not seem seemto III IIItolike I
to tolike like the criticism so I at a t once wrote wroteout wroteout t
out my resignation as diplomatic ropes representative rePltsontatho ropessontativo ¬
sentative abroad and forwarded it home homesozno hom homsomo bermsome
some time ago Bonilla has not yet ac accepted accepted ¬
cepted it itItrnakes Itmakes iy up > difference to me mewhether mevi1ether rot rotwhether i
whether he does or not 1 am certainly certainlynot certAJnlynot certainilnot
not going to act as minister for a gov government go goemment ¬
ernment that I dont approve of By Byprofession ByproCession BI
profession 1 am a lawyer and 1 shall shallpractice shalt shaltI sha 1
practice law In Nicaragua and Gusto Guatemala GuatmaJa >
I maIn If Bonilla should reply rel that he hewill hewill lit litf i
will consider my views ews in th the matter of ofthe otthe o f
the government then I will be willing oS to toreturn toroturn ti tireturn S
return but not before then thenMr thentr thenMr
Mr tr Attschul and I are political one enemies lnemles ¬
roles but personal friends We Ve wont wontquarrel wontquarrel won onet t
quarrel while in Washington and will willremain willremalr nil nilremain Ii
remain here only onl a brief time timeBest timeBest timeBest
Best Butter for Summer Use UsePut UsePut UsePut
Put up in Carton Packages Elk Grove GroveButter GroveButter GrovButter
Butter is superior to all particularly ftrUcul rl for forsummer rorsummer to tot
summer use No matter where Its kept keptit keptit kep keph t
it retains its original orl lnal purity purlt and rich richflavor richfiaor ric ricflavor h
flavor At grocers grocerst7
17 to Chicago and Return B 0 R R RAccount RAccount t tAccount
Account Republican Rf > publlcan National
Conven Convention Conentfon L Ltion ¬
tion June 16 to 20 valid aUd for return un until urtl1 until ¬
til 29th Two solid through trains tralnsll tralnslla 11 11a Li Lia
a m 730 730p p m mSaturdays mSaturdays mSaturdays
Saturdays SaturdaysSpecial SaturdaysSpecial SaturdaysSpecial
Special Features FeaturesAt
At THIS GREAT GREATSALE GREATSALE GREATSALE
SALE OF THE THERICH THERICH THERICH
RICH STOCK STOCKWill
Will Bo Especially
Important ImportantChildrens ImportantChildrens ImportantChildrens
Childrens Wear WearClothing WearClothing WearClothing
Clothing ClothingShoes ClothingShoes ClothingShoes
Shoes and Hats HatsAt HatsAt HatsAt
At the lowest figures ever everquoted everquoted everquoted
quoted Most timely bar bargains bargainsas bargainsas ¬
gains gainsas as school closing ex exercises exercises exercises ¬
ercises are near at hand handBring handBring handBring
Bring the little ones tomor tomorrow tomorrowdress tomorrowdress ¬
row rowdress dress them properly properlyat
at a little outlay outlayRichs outlayRichs outlayRichs
Richs 100 and 125 Chil Childrens Childrens Childrens ¬
drens and Misses Sandals and andOxfordsnow andOxfordsnow i iOxfords
Oxfords Oxfordsnow now 87c 87cRichs 87cRichs I IRichs
Richs 150 and 175 Little LittleGents Littl LittlGents LittleGents
Gents Bals in Vici Box Calf1 Calf1and Calf Calfand Calland
and Tan Tanreduced reduced to 89c 89cRichs 8geRichs 8 9c 9cRichs
Richs Boys Shoes in Bals Balsand Balsand Balsand
and Oxfords formerly 2 and and25oreduced and25Oreduced
250 25oreduced reduced to 145 145Childrens 145Ohildrens 145Childrens
Childrens Clothing ClothingS
S 198 Childrens Suits now 99c
248 Childrens Suits now 124
348 Childrens Suits now 174 17425c 17425e 17425c
25c Knee Pants P nts I 16c I6eSI
SI 1 and 125 Knee Pants 59c 59cChoice 5geChoice 59cChoice
Choice of any Boys Suit Suitin Suitin Suitin
in the house at YZ Richs RichsPrice RichsPrice RichsPrice
Price Price50c Price50c Price50c
50c ana a 75c Boys Straw Hats 34c 34c35c 34c35c 34c35c
35c and and25c 25c Boys Straw Hats I7c I7c25c I7c25c tic25c
25c Childrens Shirt Waists 9c 9cRichs BeRichs 9cRichs
Richs Regurr 1 Negli Negligee Negligee Negligee ¬
gee Shirts 67c 67cRichs 67 67Richs 67cRichs
Richs Regular 50c and 75c 75cNegligee 75cNeglIgee 75cNegligee
Negligee Shirts 34c 34cHARRY 34cHARRY 34cHARRY
HARRY KAUFMAN KAUFMANSuccessor
Successor to B Rich a Sons
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GONVERTGHOSEN GONVERTGHOSENHEAD C ONVERT CHOSEN CHOSENHEAD
HEAD OF PAULISTS PAULISTSFather
Father F ather Searle to Succeed SucceedFather SucceedFather SucceedFather
Father Deshon DeshonNOTED De DeshonOTED hon honAS
NOTED N OTED AS AN ASTRONOMERHarVard ASTRONOMER ASTRONOMERHarvard ASTRONOMERanrard
Harvard E anrard Man and Discoverer of Aster AstcroidsAt Asteroids AsteroidsAtCathohic ¬
oids oidsAt oidsAtCathohic AtCatholic Catholic Uni Univcrsity tJni tJnivcrsity University
vcrsity vcrsityNEW vcrsityNEW versityNEW
NEW YORK June 17 17Tho Tho general generalcliapter generalispter
c cliapter lta l ispter of the 1h Poullst Fathers FatUis met yes yestwduy yestdll yesrdity
t twduy tdll ta rdity at thoir hotiie in West Vest Ilft Ilftlundt Fifty Fiftytith
i ninth Iti tith Street and chose cho2 the Rev George GeorgeM GeorgeSearle
J M Seurle superior general to succeed succeedFather succeedlf succeedather
1 Father lf F nther Deshon DeshonIn Deshonin
In all there wore wore thirtysix voting
f fathers fa lliors at the chapter that thntls is priests priestswho priestsho priestsho
who w ho have been bee in the order as prlosts prlostsi j I
for 1u i three years oors or < r more moreFather moreFather moreFather
Father Searle a Convert ConvertFth Convertpo ConvertFthr
Fth po Fthr thl1 r Soarlo is a convert to the Ro Roman Roman Roan ¬
man m an Catholic faith He is a direct de descendant tieenditnt 10 10s ¬
s scendant ec < undnnl of f the Dudleys futher and andson undn
6 son so soM n who were colonial governors overnors of ofMassachusetts ottus ofassachusetts
Massachusetts M tus assachusetts achusetts and Is a second cousin cousinof cousinor cousinf
of o f President Pr PdsttientEliot sldpntEUot TSHot of Harvard College CollegeFather CollegeFuther CollegeFattier
Father Searle was born in London on onJune onill onune
j June ill une 1e 27 i 1839 and came to this country countrywith countryith
A with w ith his parents one year later He Hewis Heits
T whs w its graduated grnduut ed from Harvard Unlver Unlversity Univerty
sity ci ty in 1SC7 lS i and became an assistant at atthe ate
the th e Dudley Astronomical Observatory Observatoryiit
iit li t Albany AlbRn N Yt Y where he remained remainedtwo remaInedtwo remainedwo
j two t wo years cars
yearsWith
With the Coast Survey SurveyFrom SurveyIrom SurveyFrom
From ther6 he went to work with the theCoast theCoastiurv theoast
Coast Coastiurv C oast Survey arid t rl then became assist assistant assl5tatt assistrt ¬
ant a rt professor of mathematics and os osirononv nsronom asronom
irononv ronom at the United States Naval NavalAcnaemy NaU1Acaaemy Navalcnaemy
j Acnaemy A cnaemy vat at Annapolis where he re remained rcmnln tonnined ¬
i mained mnln l until until 1SW 1SWIt 1864It 1S64It
It was as during his professorship at the theNavaV theNava theava
NavaV N ava Academy Academ that he embraced the theRoman theRoman theRoman
Roman Catholic faith In 1882 ISO In liS IHS6 IHS6he 1856e 6 6he
1 he h hri e went to Harvard University UnIVerstt as as assistant ags1stant as1ttant ¬
sistant ri professor of astronomy astronom > and andthere andthere andhere
1 there t remained until 1868 when he Joined Joinedthe joined joinedhe
tt heJolned heJolnedthe
the t he Paulist order and was ordained ordainedpriest or orcainedriest alned alnedlulest
priest p riest in 1S71 1S71At lS 1S7IAt l lAt
At the Catholic C tholic University UniversityFather UniversityFather UniversityFather
Father Searle was appointed teacher toocl1eror teacherf teacherof
of o f science In the Puullst P 1ullet Seminary and andwas andwas andwas
was appointed chief chl r professor profe sor of mathmattcs math mathematics m8 m8ematlcs
ematics e at the Catholic University UniversityWashington Unlverslt UnlversltWashlngton Universitywashington
Washington In 1S95 159 and in September September1S99 Septemb6rIS99
1S99 1 899 was appointed appolntodprotessor professor of the theology theology thelogy ¬
ology ologyWhile ologyVhlle o logy logyWhile
While he was with the United States StatesCoast StatesCoast StatesCoast
Coast Survey from rrem1S5O 1SSO to 18 I 18 Father FatlurSoarlo FatherSoarle Fatheroarie
Soarlo S oarie discovered the asteroid Pandora PandoraHe PandoraHe PandoraHo
He is the author of otElements Elements of Geom Geometry GeQmetry Ceomtry ¬
etry e try Plain FactsJfor Facts Jor Fair Minds be beins beIn ben
ins In 1 n an exposition OI > o IUon ot or the Roman Catho Cathollo Cathoie
llo l ie faith and a contributor to scientific scientificJournals scientificjournals scientificournals
Journals j ournals both hero andabroad andabroadFather andabrOadFather m < abroad abroadFather
Father Searld was uggested a C few fewyears tewORrs fewyears
years ORrs ago for the post of scientist at the theVatican tb tbVaHoon thTajn
Vatican Tajn and chief overseer > rseer of the Vati Vatican Vatlcan Vatican ¬
can observatory observator He has a warm friend friendIn friendIn friendin
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