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THE WASHINGTON TIMES MONDAY MO 1AY N1JVF ER 14 1 1iJ10 IQ 9
I MOON 1 WILL RETIREWEDNESDAY RETIREWEDNESDAYEVENING RETIRE RETIREIDfiEW
WEDNESDAYEVENING WEDNESDAYEVENINGTotal WEDNESDAY EVENING EfEillTotal
Total Eclipse of Lunar PlanetCan
Can Be Easily EasilySeen Easilyt EasilySeen
t Seen SeenEMAIN SeenEMAIN SeenEMAIN
EMAIN HIDDEN HIDDENFOR HIDDENFOR HIDDENFOR
FOR FOR THREE HOURS HOURSAmateur HOURSAmateur HOURSAmateur
Amateur Astronomers Will Be Af Afforded AffOl Afforded ¬
forded fOl ed Pine ins Opportunky to toStudy tot toStudy toStudy
I t
Study Pbeaoraenoa PbeaoraenoaFacts PhenomotlonFacts on onFacts
Facts About Eclipse Eclipseoftlze of oftlie oftlieMoon the theMoon
4 Moon MoonEaters AroonEnters MoonEnters
Enters shadow sf f the earth at 544 544odeck 544oc1eck S r4 r4ocleck
odeck p BL m eastera standard standardtime IiJtaBWmltime standardtime
time timeMoons timeJrrOOBS timeMoons
Moons light ll ht gradaaHy p uli 1y I last 3t in iaahaiew insha inshadow
shadow sha ew ratll tih eclipse edip is total at
655 edecfc edecfcBegins ec1eckI ocledBegins
I Begins te emerge eme e frsa fre > shade sIIa9w slaelewat w at t tI
747 oclock o the eclipse being heiagwhoHy beingwholly
I wholly end eutded at 858 5I eTd ck ckDistance
I IDistance IDistance
Distance ef f aeon > fre frera fr m > a earth earth3goeo I
= 35060 miles mil width wi tk ef f shadow akadewthrsagh shadowthrettgh a 4tw 4twthreu
thrsagh threu which w kh it passes 5700 5700mites s smi1es 5yoomiffs
mites mi1esThere miffsThere mitesThere
There will be bemoon a total edtII edtjsse e ot ilea ileamoon tJaemoon
moon moonvalient Weclae Wednesday aT JN seed rt at a tIMe eIMt eIMtvenient esavenient
venient for ofaservatfon ofaservatfonThe otJ oboervadonThe ervadoII ervadoIIThe
The moon enters the shadow sbadowSC of the theearth tlMearth theearth
earth at 544 p po m II Eastern Ea tenI standard standardtime IItaIIdardtime standardtime
time this being the be beginning tnniag of the theeclipse theecl1pse theeclipse
eclipse During the next hour houreleven mod modeleven andeleven
eleven minutes the m meoBs 1Do9R ms light ticbtually is grad gradually gradually ¬
ually merged in i the t M shadow untfi t by by6oo
655 the eettpee becomes total totalThe totaLTbe totalThe
The moon remains immersed within withinthe wIt wttMathe Ia Iathe
the shadow of th the earth untU 747 41 when wheni
i of it begins to emerge and the cttpee 1dIpIIeover is isover toaver
over at S58 Th The whole eclipse lasts IUaIIttle eats eatsa
1 a little more than three hours from frombeginning trumbegtnn Crombeginning
beginning begtnn to end endThe endThe etdThe
The average distance dI taDoec of tfee t1tefrom moon moonfrom a ea eafrom
from th the earth te about boat 23SNt 11 11and silos silosAnd mil DM DMand
and the th width oC 0 tn the shadow of Ute thoearth Uteearth theearth
earth through which Ute moon passes passesi pu passesat es
1
at te time of a te total l eclipse I is i a little littlemore JIttIetpOre littlemore
more thaa 5H 5 3711 antes or about M t two twoand twoand twoand
and twotMvds times the diameter of ofthe eCthe c cthe
the moon
Figures res K Nit t Exact ExactThe ExactThe ExactThe
The average a e fengttt of the earths earthsshadow earth earthshadow earthsshadow
shadow is S7M0 151 mes miles so that if in interplanetary iaterplanetarY Interplanetary ¬
terplanetary space were slightly duscy duscya
a long ong black shadow should be Deta seen seentapering teentapering
tapering ta off from from the earth 8lt to a point pointcome poIatSOme pointsome
SOme Siimiles S57fvt 8i7 miles distant dI taat Within this tfatela thI thIr thisyathway
athvoay r or shadow at h part where k kIs kla
la 57 5I miles wide the tINJIICOIl jacoa cea will be beseen 1 beseen e eseen
seen passing p S I during t IrIDg the time of t tthe ecttpye ecttpyethe edippethe
the earths eartll shadow extemlmr a = tedisoeyoad efood it itsome itsome itsome
some 61 614M 61S 111 miles mBesAs JDDe JDDeAs milesAs
As interplanetary space is I not i tasty tastyIts ia wty wtythe t7 t7the
the presence or the earth earths shadow shadowits badowIts
Its effect MI a f1 i the moon sst the t u de m of etJta1 x xtotal htotal
total Jta1 eclipse can only be inferred inferredHalf lJderredBalf inferredIIalf
Half an hour or so before 1 ef0le the moon moonreaches 1DOOIIreaches moonreaches
reaches the shadow Its eastern ea teni limb be begins 1 begins e egiDs ¬
gins to be sensibly darkened and theede the thecl tileEde
cl Ede e of t the shadow itaett ft > lelf when it is isi kfns
i 0 first fns reached looks black by contrast contrastJ C contrastuslth IItIIUK IItIIUKWith
J Kith the bright part of the moons JIIOOII stir surface IIUIfdCe stirface ¬
face To the naked eye ey the outline of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the shadow appears somewhat sharp sharpbut sbarpbut sharpbut
but seen wither small telescope telesa ijie it seems seemsinstrument seemshazy eemIJh
h hazy ZY and indefinite while whileinstrument with Jarse JarseinstrUment
instrument of high magnifying m < < 11t pow power c it itIs It ItIs t tIs
Is entirely indlednguishabieAfter indistmguisaable indistmguisaableAfter lDdlMlod babIe
After the moon has wholly wholl > 1 t entered enteredthe enteredtile enteredthe
the shadow its disk usually usually IfI ws witha with witha
a dull dull coppercolored light < < ue to sun sunlight sunlight sunlight ¬
light bent around the earth into theshadow the theshadow theshadow
shadow by the refractwn of the atmos atmosphere abn08pht atmosphere ¬
phere pht > re of the earth or rather by I T thatpart that thatpart tbatpart
part of the earths eart > Q atmosphere which whichlies whichliES whichlies
lies within ten or < < fifteen mites of the theearths theearths theearths
earths surfao surfaoTo surra surraTry sarfaieTo
To an obrver rver on th the moon the disk diskof diskof I8k I8kof
of the ttirUi rth would appear to be sur surrounded surrounded swroundied ¬
rounded roundied b bcolored by a narrow ring ria of Brilliant Drl1llaatsup r1II1artsiiw BrilliantSUP
SUP nine e colored coloreda with sunset hues hue of oftrie o otne ofthe
the same vapors which tinge terrestriar terrestriarsunsets terre8trlatsunllets terrestrfatsunsets
sunsets but acting with double powerbecause power powerbecause wer werlw
because lw > c USe the light has ha traversed a double doublethickness Gouble1hikness doublelhk
thickness lhk knees of our OW atmosphere atmo pbere Thus thelunar the thelunar thelunar
lunar spectator mould Ou1d se 1Ie a ru ruddy idv dow rlowst dow2t now nowHt
st every point Nlnt cn the edge of ow 0IIIi earth earthplobp earthgIobf earthglo
plobp glo > upon upon which at the time the sun saDia sunis
la is rising ug or setting settingRiag tMttiD settingRiag < <
Riag if f SaafigBt SaafigBtThe Sw S i bL bLThe t tThe
The ring riD < < of sunlight at these Ute e eWould regions regionswould regionswould
would appear brilliantly crimsoned re resembling re1Jf resembling ¬
sembling 1Jf mbllng tl the e glow of oil a mighty confla conflagration COIIftagra oonangration ¬
gra gration tlon seen D from a vast Ya t dlotaneela dlotaneelathis distance In Inthiff 1ftthir
this case c nearly 3141 2S9M 11 miles 1IIIIe At other otherparts otberparts otherparts
parts the light would be tied wWi wWidelicate wttiIdelicate withdelicate i
delicate hues hue of red and yellow the thewhole t thewhole e ewb01e
whole effect tending t to make the thenA thenA8PPBrentJy earth earthapparently earthapparently
apparently a dark sphere amid air aircircled en encircled encircled ¬
circled with a glittering gold band set setwith setwJth setwlth
with rubies rubiesDuring rublesDuring rubiesDuring
During the th early stages sta < < es of the eclipse eclipsethe eefltteethe eclipsethe
the display would be brightest brlskte t upon the theside theside theside
side of the disappearing sun as ob observed ebserved b brewed ¬
served from rom the moon At the time of ofcentral orcentral ofcentral
central eclipse the light t would be seen seenevenly SeDevenly seenevenly
evenly distributed around 1OUDcl the edge of ofi ofour ofour
i our planet and during the final stage stageIt sta stagewould < < e eIt
It would be more evident oa the side of
the reappearing r eapp ing Dg ana If the weather
happens to be clear ia this vrt of the theearth thet theEarth
earth t nh upon its rim as seen from mm the theBoon thenoon theloon
loon Boon the theth thethatmosphere e quantity oC light transmitted transmittedthrough tran transmittedthrough nlltted nllttedthrough
through the atmosphere will be very veryconsiderable verycon veryconsiderable
considerable considerableIn con considerableIn slderable
In this case ca e for observers obtN en on the theearth theeArth theearth
earth the moon will appear a Pfl strongly stronglyIlluminated str striHurn stronglyilluminated
Illuminated iHurn inate The various dark n marIdQ marIdQon arki i5B i5Ben
on Its surface win be seen I feD outlined on ona 011P ona
a background of coppery hue even evenwfaon evenwb tD tDwb
wfaon wb < > n the th moon is passing through thedensest the thedensest thedenSt8t
densest part of the shadow If if on the theother tbeother theother
other hand the weather happens to be bestormy betormy bestormy
stormy at the regions on OJ the thewIerE earth earthwhere earthwhere
where > the sun is rising or setting BettlII the theclotqds UtecI theclmalis
clotqds cI s will cut off iicarijr all the light nghcAs BPcAs lightAs
As a result re ult the moon will be absolutely absolutelyinvisibe ab olately olatelyInvLibe
invisibe to the naked eye ev as In the case caseof c3eof caseof
of the lunar eclipse e < 1ipse of o 1884 but this tha te tea illa isa
a very ery unusual circumstance etrcumstaneeOPEN circumstanceOPEN 1IJStaDCe 1IJStaDCeOPEN
OPEN AIR MAKES MAKESJOHN MAKESJOHN MAKESJOHN
JOHN D YOUNGER YOUNGEROil
Oil King Sprightly rod ad Says Golf Grffand GolIand Golfand
and AtttOBHiMfing A 1iD Are the C Ca Cause Causeof jse jseof se seof
of Good Health HemhhTARRTTOW HeaJtbTARRYTOW1 HealthTARRYTOWN
TARRTTOW N T Nov 14sine 14sineof 14 Hof One Oneof
of the town topics for discussion today todayIs todayIs todayis
Is the alacrity and ad sprtntliaese of ofJohn ofJohn ofJohn
John D RockEfeller who apparently apparealybas apparentlyhas appAftIItIyhas
has come back ta keattn 1IeaJ a and lid is isyounger Isyounger 1styounger
younger than than he heHe Inns flee IIf7 iry4R1s iry4R1sHe Ds DsHe
He attribute attributeand attrtttw his Ietura t + to t Jteb Jteband iatebtisand
and actin activity ye to o golf a std d avtoaoMOa avtoaoMOain aatonhl aatonhlin amtoas obiffisg
in which he h indulges each 4ay a agArdlea re regardless regardless ¬
gardless of weather ewdtle ewdtleHe riiailiilmin riiailiilminHe T II lit litHe
He lass appear eaff mack sire sfefls sfeflsho ttr tham 1IIt 1IIthekaslay
ha hekaslay hekaslayI has In years
I
Reaches the Age Limit and Retires j
I
REAR ADMIRAL ARNOLD ARNOLDWhose I IWhose II
Whose Career IH the Navy Comes to An End Today I
ADMIRAL ARNOLD ARNOLDLEAVES ARNOLD ARNOLDLEAVESTHE
LEAVES LEAVESTHE TH THE THEReaches E NAVY NAVYReaches NAVYReaches
Reaches the th Age Limit andRetirds and andRetires andRetires
Retires From the theService theService theService
Service ServiceToday ServiceTU ServiceToday
Today Todayof TU y after an a careerec many Ity years 7ean1t
of t faithful and efficient service s as all allr anesheer a afirfcer
firfcer of r the United UBi States navy RearAdmiral Rear RearAdmiral KeIIZA4JIBk1
Admiral Conway H Arnold was placed placedhwr pieceda IIiMe IIiMetbe
a the redrM JI list t on aeeouIIt eC C Jl8y Jl8ylac ltavins
hwr ins reached ed the age Re e limit of o sixtYtwo sixsytwoyears sixtYtwoyean sixtytwoyears
years yearsRecently yeanRecently yearsRecently
Recently Admiral Arnold has bee beeserviae been 1teealJlMldeDt beenserving
serving as asamtaimc resident OC tile N Nara Kx Kxod axandain
amtaimc and od Retiring Rettrl Boards iif ha tills tillsHOBSON thI5dty thiseity
dty dtyHOBSON eityHOBSON
HOBSON CLASHES CLASHESWITH CLASHES CLASHESWITH 1 1VITH
WITH MRS NATION NATIONKansas NATIONKalisas
NATIONj j
Kansas Woman and Meni Mon MorrimacHero MorrimacHeroMeet e = Hero HeroMeetatW hero heroMeet
MeetatW Meet at w CTTJ CTTJConvention C T U UConvsotion U UCow
Convention ConventionBAIFCUORS ConvsotionBALTIMORK Cow ention entionBALTLMORj
BAIFCUORS MB Nwr M 14C1lltt1eNadoR 14C1lltt1e ltCarrleNation Carrl CarrlNation
Nation the Kansas X hatchet wiehUT wield < < of ofother orother ofother
other day 7 is to BaJtmwre today at atWoronis atteDdiDg attending
tending use national eoavllltioa of the thews theWompds
Woronis Christian Clni tlall Temperance Union UirtoaA UJdoRA
A mild n tld sensation e IMIttoa was created createcl1a last t night nightwDen nightben slit slitlIeD
wDen lIeD she interrupted Representative XEepreseatativeRichmood RepresentativeRichmond R preseatatlYeRidlIDODd
Richmond P Hobson of Alabama te tethe tatlte inthe
the midst of a speech and JMI demanded demandedthat demaDdedthat demandedthat
that he give It remedy for the liquor liquoreviL liquorevIL liquoreviL
eviL Carrie was persistent JlrR teDt The Merrimac Mer Merrimac Merrimae
rimac hero proposed that all probibitipn ptobhbitlpnforces probibitipnforces problbltlpnroree
forces be united and this tl s seemed to tosatisfy totl tosatisfy
satisfy tl fy Mrs rs Nation NationBOARD Nation NationBOARD NationBOARD
BOARD OF OF TRADE TRADEWILL TRADEWILL TRADEWILL
WILL MEET TONIGHT TONIGHTThe
The annual meeting of the Board o qt qtTra itTrade j jTrade
Trade Tra e is I to be held tonight at t the theNew thePhew
New Wlllard Hotel HotelEjection HotelElection I j
Election of ten directors annual re reports reports reports
ports of the officers and ad report of the themunicipal themunicipal themunicipal
municipal finance committee are on onthe ORthe onthe
the program The report of the pith porbic pwbIe pithlc
ic transportation trau porttloa committee and those thoseof tbe thoseof e eof
of other committees will be reviewed reviewedIn
In I the presidents report but they may maynot j jcot
cot be reached for action tonight tonightA I
A meeting of the board of oror governors governorsof
of the Retail Merchants Association Associationhas Associationhas 8 0dtfoa
has been called for this afternoon at i
3 oclock I IHORSE I
J JHORSE fHORSE
HORSE RUNS AWAY AV Y YDRIVER t tDRIVEA
DRIVER NOT ry OT HURT HURTFrieads HURTFrieB HURTFriendsof
Frieads FrieB Friendsof sor of Clifford Claspy owner of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the racing ge4dIn gelding Bedford Boy are arerxMgratubxtlng aretulaUDg areoagratuiating
rxMgratubxtlng tulaUDg him today to ay en his hI gar narrow D8rOw garrow
row escape from death when WBc bin ms horse horseran hor horseran e eran
ran away on Nineteenth street sk yes yesterday yestenia yesterday ¬
terday tenia Mr Clasp was thrown heavily heavilyto
to the street but iwas luckily udchi escaped ee < Ap with withnotbtec withDOtbIDg withnothing
nothing worse than a badly bruised eye eyeThe eyeThe e eThe
The fact tI1 that caffeineThe caffeine caffeineThe e I IThe
The drug in coffee cofieecauses causes causesMany 1 1I 1Many iMany I
Many obscure obscUre annoying ills illsHas illsHas Ii IiHas
Has induced thousands of ofThoughtful ofThoug ofThoughtful
Thoughtful Thoug tful persons toChange to toChange I
Change to wellmade wellmadeIt wellmadePOSTUMi
I
POSTUMI POSTUMIItcontain I
Itcontain It contains no drug drugBut drugBut drugBut
But is rich in the necessary necessaryVitalizing necessaryViteJizing necessaryVtaiizulg
Vitalizing food elements elementsOf elementsOf elements4f
Of the field field grains grains that thatBanae that thatDame thatDame
I
Dame Dame Nature requires for forRebuilding forebufl 1 1Jlebni1
Rebuilding Jlebni1 ebufl ng body bosi and brainLeta brain brainLet b bLet
I
Leta Let a al0 10 days trial show showyouI you f fTheres tThereJii t tTheres
Theres ThereJii a ReasonPestam Reason ReasonPestum R ason asonPeStwm
PeStwm Pestum Ceareal Ce red Ce Ltd TJtdBattle Tfdz TfdBattlo LtdBattle z
Battle Creek 2 WCh Miilsa lcb
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RETIREMENT RETIREMENTONFOR ON AGE AGEFOR
FOR GENERAL MYEAommander MYEA MYERCommander
Commander of Department Departmentof
of Texas Succeeded by byGeneral byGeneral b Y YGeneral
General Hoy Hoyv HoyvBrIg HoytBrig t tla
BrIg Gen A L N3rer lJer la cad cadSC comnuiind comnuiindof C8R1R1 t tOf
of the Department of Texas today todaydosed belaydosed aT aTJd
dosed Ms Jd active e career weer m lB the army armyhaving anIt anIthaYIDg antsyhalving
having bean IB i the service SOIV1ee since tnc aet the thecivil U tiledosing e eeIo
eIo dosing Ig days ya of C the civil war He was wastransferred wa watraa wastransferred
transferred traa rred b < o the retired list by bydeB ejfora ejforatfoa toa toaties
deB of law aw en account aeeou t of o age ageBrig qeBrill ageBrig
Brig Gen Ralph RBI W Heyt HeJt who w has hasbeen JI JIbeeR henbeen
been commanding g Fort D A K Kj Ren RenwtII Ruoellwilt
j win succeed to the com command nand of the theDepartment tJHtDepart theDepartment
Department Depart Deat of Texas TexasThe TexasThe TexasThe
The vacancy vaesacrM m a the grade e of brigadier brigadiercaused hripdloereau brigadiercaused
caused eau ed by the retirement of General GeneralMyer GeAeratKyer GeneralMyer
Myer will be filled
by Col Montgomery I II
H Macomb Kaeo of the Sixth Field Artil Artli3ery Artillery ArUIGe ¬ j
I lery 3eryGeneral
General Ge eAi Myer M7ereDtmed entered the army arms 3oIIIIFa as asa asa
I a private te the Twentyninth Infantry
In VK l he was appointed a second lieu ¬
i tenant in that regiment By gradual gradualpromotion graclU81I gradualpromotion
I promotion he reached the grade of ofg ofral
brigadier general g raI in 1M7 1M7Colonel 19VJcomb
I Colonel Macomb comb the new brigadier brigadiergeneral brigadiergeneral 84l1er
general IB If from JJlieb Michigan and was wasgraduated WILUted wasfrom
graduated Uted from West We t Point P t in W74 and anda
from l om the thentire Artillery Ardl ry School School in 188 1115 His Hisentire Hisentire
a
entire e eHe service babeets has ha been in the tart artillery
He has been appointed to command
the t e mlUtar military department of HawaiiNAVY Hawaii HawUNAVY HaWSJNAVY
NAVY TO T RAISE RAISECRUISER RAISEB RAISECRUISER
CRUISER YANKEE YANKEENEW
I Ipresent
NEW B BEDFORD Mass Nov 14 14If 14Ifpresent If j jpresent
present plans plll of the navy ape carriedout carried carriedo j
out o t the cruiser Yankee now lying Dingfathoms sfc st sttbOlltS I Ifathoms
fathoms tbOlltS deep on the bottom of f Bus BusBards Buzzards Bazds ¬
Bards ds bay will be again ag 1n placed on onthe 00the onthe
the commissioned eommis foned list It sank about abouta
a year ago
FEAR FEAR GAINS MADE MADEBY MADEBYIRISH
BY BYIRISH IRISH i iParliament PARTY PARTYParHament PARTYw PARTYParliament
w
Parliament Plans to Take TakeAdjournment TakeAdjournment °
Adjournment To Tomorrow Tomorrow ¬
morrow morrowGENERAL morrowGENERAL
GENERAL ELECTION ELECTIONWILL ELECTIONWILL ELECTT ION IONWILL
WILL BE ORDERED ORDEREDShift ORDEREDShift
Shift in Political Parties Necessary Necessaryto
to Avert the Impend Impending Impending Impend1n ¬
ing 1n Crisis CrisisIXTCDOX Cri CrisisLclimN is
IXTCDOX tier M 1tRather Bather er than let letthe letthe 8t
the Irish party dominate In t Ute e present presentpolitical pre presentpolitical ent entpo1itlcal
political crisis parliament t will be ad adjourned adjourned ¬
journed tomorrow with an order for a ageneral ageneral
general general election This announcement announcementwas aDRou ncement
was made madetclay fodar today by sheading member memberof
of o ih tht Liberal party partyThe p partyThe rty rtyThe
The general election wilt bring about a abs abr
bs shift ia II the political IOIIt1cI parties pant of Eng Ensland England
land The chief development will w 1 un undovbtedly nndo n ntOt >
dovbtedly tOt do bted17 b Ito be the retirement of former formerPr formerPr
Pr Prd mjer ra er Balfour of the Unionist party partyThere partyThere
There was as great political activity Iji Ijiall Ii Iiall
all parties today The Irish leaders leadersclaimed leaders1almed leaders leadersclaimed
claimed < the balance of power OWer in tho thofc t thoJ
fc > y J se e of o commons and the be control of ofthe ofthe
the constitutional constitutional sttuatioo A caefut caefutcanvas eeeutcanyaq caefutcanvass
I
canvas apparently appanIR Y substantiated their theirptaims tbeirIIruL theirglgtma
ptaims IIruL The constitutional amendments amendmentsAbrogating antendnteatsabrufating meDdntetsa
Abrogating a Jruauag a portion of f the power power of ofagain orthe oftine
the ho houseiC flJ peers mast be b threehstd thre 1 out outagain
again gain So grave nag th the situation I ber bercome Ite Itecome become
come that a fight t will be made to te Abel abblLet Abeliai
Jar the upper house altogether altogetherT alU gether getherT
T P OConnor one of the Irish lead Je
eg ep in discussing dl eual g the situation today tfdfJoseJId tQd93std
std that it was WI I now or never for or the theXzfeh thehiIfh theIrish
Irish Nationalists to stand together togetherI
HI I deprecate ecate the attitude of the theOBrienHes the0Brientte8 theOBrienitea
OBrienHes who 00 seem bent on splittingthe splitting spUtUng1M
tae party when it te now at its it strong strongest strongest
est said he Never NeverD In the history bt tory of ofFngland
Fngland 1 and Irish Irl h politics has Ireland Irelandhad Irelandhad Irelandhad
had an opportunity Q opportune Ortuatty like the present presentThe presentThe
The Irish party has ha sufficient strength strengthto u
to control the situation 1 am going into intoparliament IntojJUUfLTIent intoparliament
parliament tomorrow t lnOlTew with the single ssingjeaim singleaim BlnsJatm
aim 0t r doing everything In mY pOWerto pOWertoget power to toget topt
get more freedom tr for Ireland at least least Iwill I IwfH IwDt
will secure the best b t terms possible If Ifthe Ittile Ifthe
the session > > ends ead abruptly it will have to tobe tobe
be another parliament which shall listen listento listent
t to t my pica picaJohn pl pleaJohn a aRedmoDd
John Redmond has similar 18r views UK UKhta and and111II tadIs
hta Is Is contention UoII was that the struggle at forIrish for forIrish
Irish feoate rule has ha now attained fie treent fiettnt
ttnt nt whew = only a alllort snort bat active ettye fight fighti fightFATHER fightI
I i necessary necessaryFATHER ry ryFATHER
FATHER MAY DIE DIEDAUGHTER DIEDAUGHTER DIEDAUGHTER
DAUGHTER IS HELD HELDPhiladelphia HELDPhiIadeipltia
Philadelphia Matron Said to Have HaveStabbed Hav HaveStabbed <
Stabbed Husband Also Diir Diiri D Duri1g r rhg
i hg jg Quarrel QuarrelFHILAT QuarrelHILAT QuarrelPHILAP3LPHIA
FHILAT PHILAP3LPHIA HILAT > I3LyHIA HL Nov Y 1111 Mrs Ida IdaTb IdaT7t4
T7t4 Tb mas as is In Jail awaiting the res result lt of ofthe ofUhl
the tajartas Mooted b r her up span n herlather her hertatber
lather James Jene P Kdwards E41wr + and bar 1M > w has husband Jnt JntEdwud hasMad ¬
band Edward Thomas whose ht she te i te is isBeged isto isMeted
Meted Beged to have bav stabbed with a a butcher butcherknife butcher bu bubdte
knife The woman k te said ahI became becamegiros
CecM giros cr at bins aeevsed IIC < < se ofvhavte ofvhavteUIMNI c JlaTiIIg thaviagspent JlaTiIIgMBt
spent MBt the night JIi < < tIt away tram heedes as1H as1Hthrad
tantetI noon the mea o with thefury Ut ucy oj ofa ojI 0 0mi4lwOlDlfJL
a mi4lwOlDlfJL I wonufn wonufnEdwards assn assnEdwards
Edwards will die but the husband will willlive willlive
live Because of the confttetiiic stories storiMTbOlltaa storiesThomas i iThomas
Thomas was placed DIa In jail also IaO The Thewoman TIlewoman Thewoman
woman te held without bellOILCOVERED belL bailOILCOVERED belLOILCOVERED
OILCOVERED LAD LADTHROWNINTO LADTHROWN LADTHROWNINTO
THROWNINTO THROWN INTO FIRE FIRE2TEW FIREiiW
N 2TEW iiW w YORK TORT Nov W 1iAcCUMd Accused of ofpourtogx eftOariDg ofpoming
pourtogx kerosene on FIore Bamardo Bamardothirteen BarDardoUtlrteea Barnardothtrteen
thirteen years old and Dd shoving silt 11l into intoa Intoa Intoa
a bonar bonBr0 FhUHa nUll SecUer flftran Alt t en yearsold years yearsold yearsold
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Mn In the pastor Is about to r result uK te tae taeerection baentct1on taeerection
erection of a aboys boys building The men menof IDenof menof
of the church called toge togexTir t t sr recently recentlyto recently recentlyto re eatly eatlyto
to pass upon the project have ave voted votedunanimously YOtedtmanlDlOUSly votedu
u unanimously to lend their moral IIIOrIfinan and andfinancial andfinancial
financial finan IaI support to theJHovement theJHovementTwo the siorement siorementTwo vemeJrt vemeJrtTWo
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on this property eery that the the boys be building buildingwill baPdI baPdIw bmidlngwill
will w 1 be erected The plans have Jaaeapproved been beenapproved beenappmvved
approved by the t e building inspector In pertCK Ap Approximately Approximately Approximately ¬
proximately SLSW L will be spent apt ent > s7t at the thestart thestart thestart
start The building 1m 4IIJI < < will be equipped as asa asa asa
a reading room and gymnasium The TheBrotherhood TbeBrotherMod TheBrotherhood
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St St Teresl Teresa Parish Pari w was represented representedlast r repreeentedlast 8El llted llted1a
last 1a t night Igkt at the Columbia ColamWal Theater TheaterWashington TheaterWashlDgton TheaterWashington
Washington where w ere the Rev Matthew MatthewC
C Gleeeon Glee on one of the chaplains whosailed who whosailed wboMlled
sailed around tn the w wer1d rd with the theAmerican theAmerten theAmerican
American battleship btUcJ battletehip lp Meet t delivered deUveredhis deliveredhis deliveredhis
his illustrated lecture It was for the thebenefit th thI thebenellt
I benefit of St Teresas v Parochial ParochialSchool ParoclalalI ParochialSchool
I School at Aaacostla Dco tla and D4t was attended attend attended atteRdcd ¬
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I Parish Pariebboset hjtt 1t rt by representative repre n tattTtJC of the theother tJaelotbr theother
lotbr other Cathelie C tlMUe per pz5IMs > sn snes < s as welL welLMrs weltMrs creILYrs
Mrs Marshall the second d vice presi president pre l1 l1dent j jdent ¬
dent of the District Dlstrlei Epworth 1 pwortk League Leagueand Le Leagneand g1N g1Nnd
and and nd the wife of r Pastor Marshall or orth ofthe f fthe
the th North Carolina Avenue Xut Meth XutI 4fst
Episcopal Epl8C4 pal Church was the apeax speaker pekerlast r
I last evening at the gathering of Kb Kbi tine Ie
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I Church Her topic topl topic was Home Xis Xi XiSI0l1S fis fisstons
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The Congress Heights Fire Dep Department Depart Department rt ¬
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last ast evening when a fire alarm was wasturned W8turned wasturned
turned is from box M2 Ii for or a fire In a aframe afrRte aframe
frame house 4MMe on the t e Bowes Bowearo road 4I eccu eccuy 8CeUpi rounpied
pi pied Ity Featon RhigewaYJMI Redgeway and owned
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Presbyterian Pre brteJ1811 Home Board and theWilling the theWllllnJWrkcrs
WllllnJWrkcrs Willing Workers Ct Club of tM Garden
Memorial 1 Presbyterian Plle8 7terian Ofcurch of f
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Parker 1996 1 Seventeenth S TeDteeth street tr oa
Friday afternoon next nextThe nextThe
The Rev Re Dr Fenn a Presbyterian Pre8byterlanJD Presbyterianmissionary
JD missionary s lonary who has h been in 1 service servieeI
in China CillD will occupy the pulpit p I1lptt of ofChurch
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CHURCH MORTGAGE MORTGAGEFORMALLY MORTGAGEFORMALLY 10RrGAGE 10RrGAGEPQRMALL
I FORMALLY Y BURNED BURNEDCetebrafion BURNEDCelebration BURNEDCelebration
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little heap oC charred ashes asbe for the theftUlae
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direction of the Rev John 1 W R RSumwalt RSumwalt R RSumwalt
Sumwalt district Ill trict superintendent superJat of 0 allMethodist all ailchurches allMetbodiet
Methodist churches He preached thesermon the thesermon Ute5ermon
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the mortgage was superintended by the
Rev W Lee Lynn pastor 8iotor of the church I
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