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,y ging01 tht two medber
, ihts Pw o. toda!
s Inabtng the gsY ''of a
.Mer. for wh.s. i.t ,.
g plenas ralatives bad osndea4 a
d or s. avstesmatlo sesrgh for
SAdtn.of ,ewA" Inoluding 11r4
d. D. xup . Mr..and Mrs
."t.Richards and Miss Dorothy
of steubenvlle, Ohio, were
stl wWeg,eletlnaga and
p.t. of lnterst- a.d A. ).
a m.mbr of Winchester
No. 66. Knights of Pyths
bat 11"bl
a lofge the yplt
uth tte iu , the3
W Uhe bia rb to hMrs
e C.rihene an T are
01M girl of Kernstown, ,jying she
and a smll boyhad found.
Usnh.nan near a stone fence with
a gainnie bell in his head and in a
dir .endtoa. abe took him ts
se*en. hoe,swhdythe we. aa re
Pserlhosptalb ofiers l
WIcbter ad. he died at the
- De aher n
oir. Meson suggested they visit the
- ai bal Cenetery here, bt of
the party had ever heard of ederal
Y tern being bwhled here, although
there are over h,00 graves in the
aeor and croa ehrt
tihe found the grave-No. 39, th
B ehanase r a
Ia OCenpeny U. Thirteenth West Vir
zgament. and that his original
Mlac was suoete they avisit the
at 0 90 to1 Ce m r s b unter s eo
woed haee r asrnt he on
the gelo entry. sra th
NEW URN FOR ASHES
OF THE CID AND WIFE
the ashes of The Cid, Spein's national
her, in connection with the 700th
aiversery of the Cathedra's found.
tng, the ashes of The Cd and his
wife were transferred yettirday Into
the new rn prepared foa them.
Whna the old rn was opened, and
fte the ancient docurments which
were 'pat of its contents had been
reed, at esaminatlon of the ashes
was made by the official physician
of Kurgeo. Then, while all present
aNdt, the aches were transferred t
the new copper urm, which Is divided
ntwo coSpartment, one r The
lnartthen e other for thoee
of his wifTe CINnena.
HAGERW MOOSE
TAKE OVER NEW HOME
RAGER&rOWN, -Md., July 23.
The Loyal Order of Moose formally
took pe.s sa of Ith home In East
Anttan street, celebrating the event
with an elaborate luncheon and a
spesnwa pregra.
The hne Is the ol . A. Crder
aan property, and was purcbased a
re ago and rebuilt. Speious re
J-io roomo, hanls, reading rooms
en a site of offices, along with
owsinag and billiard parlors,
a'e the ainfeatures of the now
the. The Moose officers are:
lter Mitbell, president; ne. T.
Citter, asetary, harles W. Boech
of, trer David . Hurley,
JJery Eran and H. B. Wands,
HETHot
Hot
every
pro,ik
prodw
The oyalOrdr ofMooexer1l
steam
oDce,
t aHeet
Speci
The beps s eps ad B.A.0xe
man ropety. n ws prhs atI
WASHIN
SAL.ES DEPAR
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P'OETESSMTS
HUBBY EVICTED
AS"11 Q ER
Victoria Marshall Seeks to
Throw. Mate Out on the
Cold, Cold World.
,POUGHKEEPSIE, July I3.-Mrs.
Emmna Victoria, Pltkin Marshall,
known as the poetess and spirluallst
of Hyde Park, appears to have be
come tired of her husband, Culver
Marshall, to whom she was married in
1917. She filed suit In the county
court yesterday biefore Judge C. W. H.
Arnold, asking that Marshall be eviot
ed from their home on the grpund
that he is ae "squatter and an in
truder," the squatting and Intruding
datin g from the day of their marriage.
Marshall Is fighting the suit, which
will be heard by a jury next Tuesday,
and his attorneys claim that the peti
tion does not apply because no condi
tion of landlord' and tenants existe.
Mrs. Mirshall sets forth that she first
ordered her husband to stop squatting
and Intruding around her house on
July 18, 1931, but that he has refused
to go and continues to make his home
d Hi attorney d oday h
ever,' that since he was served with
the notc he .hsbeen compelled t
sln' he b .".'a".*tthieh
- h. was.j..t.d b, d.. pr.....
Voctoaw. -asal Se.t
thraterat S
old Co ld Wsontresd i
r o fy u Prish p to hae bet
:otirted owater huand, sCierc
Mrh,tealtio n who the aimsi
191i. the filedutin thewatur-y
Arnot',e~n that Mauxury be envin
edng,o hinrnl heathe wer
tatn e in s atteouas, a AU In3
datl frmuley oupon arae
a,rchalfg igte itit , whichl m
wilTeherdb A S Luy(t usdy
aMndi Ttony 4lai thtTEti
Year D rr Wth
Te Cumbeland and Wese
fro - a nPnsyvna h
A
faldnnYears ago topa hi
fare Iro tro stgt ubr
Tand Cumersad ind histehe
wat eti pafrwtat ridepand
eeoa psreed 25 cents c oee
them amen of Paewithvanterest.
Thre farom wasteng 1o Centr.
CITY BRIGHTENS UP;
.SUED FOR DAMAGES
tiflion an mprovement of >l.o
has brought a $to,000."damaae sat
......t t. m.,.r .nd.co..c..
For several years residents living on
the opposite side of the Baitimore,
Chesapeake & Atlantic Railroad depot
have been petitioning the city govern
ment for electric lights. Recently the
lights were Installed and lmmediately
the railroad entered suit, claiming the
city trespassed on Its property by
stringing light wires across the tracks.
AUSTRIAN FIREMEN HELD
UP ON ITALIAN BORDER
VIENNA. July L.-Frvntier re
strictions were carried to an extrmo
when they prevented an Austrian
fire brigade fromn croaning the Italian
border to fight a blase.
Some buildings on the Italian side
of the Brenner Pass railway station
cauh fire n the Ausra tiwne
darmes demanded their vises, and,
having none, they were forced to
watch the warehousms bmrn.
I .
thes engiereig
YeatingdevieW
Intdtfeh,pret
potetric asilay op
het hAslptrcIvd2 e
fild n er aot a i
faT frmCO .tugt obr
land. N. sadW.hslttrh
ta -C M -a' .
REISPASSAS
1 I.
ff 96 (1M'
Commanders of Potf In D1.
trbot Take Action is Compel
m~w ftef
It h.o bee sed by a-mba et
the Anriama Leglsn that whea the
flag is betg aarriad in a parade mant
per.oel N the eidswalks de st per
the respect they ewe to the namn's
emblm. All mabas of the Amer
lmn Mlea are instructed to see to it
that yman's hat is remwved when
the l. paing.
Most the comm -nder of the
Amerioaa Legion poets in the Distriot
met Thoraday night at 1423 New Terk
avenue and dis uaed the matta;. They
characterised the irreverence of the
men with relation to the flag as "de.
plorable."
A new post known as the Bdward
D. White Post. American Legeon. was
organised at the meeting. It lb named
in honor of the late Chief Justice of
the Supreme Court.
It became known at the meeting
that former Major George P. Ahern.
whose home Is in Florida. N. . Mar.
tindale and former Lieut. Paal oot
were selected as a ommittee to to
portune tile Government to "cean up''
all case. of claims of disabled eMliers.
It In said there have been soldiers at
Walter Reed Hospital for two yearl
whose claims have never been given
attention. All disabled soldiers who
have a grievance should communicate
Immediately with I. H. Horton, esecu
Uve secretory, 1422 New York avenue.
Figures produced at the meeting
showed that the Vincent B. Costello
post is leading all other posts in its
membership drive, the record being
two to one over the other posts.
RIVER JORDAN, SACRED
STREAM, TO BE HARNESSED
DETRO)IT. July 3.-The river
Jordan, linked In the minds of the
world with Bible atories' of primi
tive people, Is to be barnessed to
mnodern engines. It Is to furnish
power to hundreds of fatorias and
coarea ot up-to-date towns.
This I. part of the plan et the
World Zionist Organt==don to devel
op in Paleatine the Jewish natiun.
Dr. Ben Moelnoolm, of Jaffe, Pales
tine, told ,an interviewer here.
ASKS TOWER TO SETTLE
HIS FATHER'S ESTATE
Francis H. Duehey yeeterday made
application in the Probate Court for
letter. ot administration on the es
tate of his father. Alemander Due
hay, who died June 2 last. leaving
no wilL. The estate comprism the
premisee at 1215 Vermont avenue
[email protected] valteed at P30,000, and per
monal property etiated at $5,520.
The heir. include Francis H. and
William Duehay, sons, and three
grandchildren, Mabel 'E., Lena and
Anna B. Heise, daughters of a do
ceased son. chailes n. Duehay.
WHETHER "COP" IS OFFICER
OR EMPLOYE, UP TO COURT
-SAVANNAH, Ga., July 23.--Wheth
er a policeme is a public officer or
an employee will be pr'obabhly finally
Settled hy the supreme court of
Georgia. State Commissioner H. Mf.
Stanley has just decided Policeman
Iow, who was killed hy yeggmen.
was an employe, and that under the
Georgia workmen's compensation
law .the city of Savannah must pay
hisa widow, Mr.. Mildred D. Barlow,
32,100. The city ha announced Its
intention of carrying the case through
the courts, contending that a pollee
man Is a public officer an4 not an
eenploye.
Masons' Fets Continues.
The ml-eumnner lawn fete and ear
nival being conducted at Rhode Isand
and Mill avenue. northeast by mem
bers of the est Gato Lodge. F. and
A. If., and BEet Oate Chapter, Order
of the BEslern Star. Will continue
through the couning week. Other fra
ternal organisationa of the city will
be invited to attend. Fourteen booths
in addition tothe dancing pavilion of
3n.
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