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Boston Globe (Newspaper) - May 21, 1916, Boston, Massachusetts
I the Boston sunday Globe May 1916 big revival Campaign opens today x Chapma Alexander team of evangelists provided with Tabernacle at seating 2500 persons among leaders in revival upper left to Rodney Rev Harry Rees Rev Edward lower William Rev Fenno special dispatch to the n May 20a11 details for the Chapma Alexander revival meet which Are to open in this City to Morrow and continue until june have been completed by the local pastors and Union Church meetings and cottage prayer meetings have been held during the past two weeks in the which is within two minutes walk of the business on the Corner of Roxbury at and Norway has a seating capacity of nearly at one end there is a stage for the pulpit and room for a choir of about the choir will be under the leadership of Charles there will Ushers at each meeting to handle the the ground in covered with saw there being no flooring in the the preliminary work has been car ried out under the direction of Rev the Advance Man of the Chapma Alexander he has spoken at the various churches during the past two outlining the work which Wilbur Chapman is to carry out during his months stay in this the pastors of the local evangelical churches have been assisting also u Largo corps of personal the following committees Are assisting in the meetings Fenno por re William Rev Rod Ney Rev Ralph Sher Cassius Carl and Rev Edward Alfred Rev John Rev Harry Rees Charles Sturte vant and Eugene and William Clinton Arthur Valentine mrs Frank Annie Frank mrs Al warded Ward Christine usher Leroy Frank Park Harry Willis George mrs Good Home Louis Edward mrs mrs Leland Young women Stella Ricca Bertha Young mens Ernest Francis Lewis Wilbur boys Roy Forrest Clarence John Israel special Sturte Arthur Jive a mrs Grace Walter delegation committee William Israel John Henry Herbert Harry Paul Willis James to prison for life Msj press Fate countess de Niece of the Marquis of Zetland who was lord lieutenant at Dublin 30 years was a rebel even As a spectacular career ending with an armed Defiance of All the figures in the recent revolt in Ireland the most picturesque is that of countess de without any May fairly be called the Jeanne Darc of the Little army of fierce leading her boy scouts in a quixotic attack on Dublin Castle shooting Down the Sentinel on guard at the Gate kissing her pistol before it is taken from her going proudly to prison without a Hope that her life be a figure to inspire an epic poet the following personal study is written by on who for Many years has followed the career of the countess de Markievicz in Dublin and other parts of by Norah Meade countess de is now a prisoner of the British serving life sentence of penal in the recent Irish rebellion she led attack dub Lin and to citizens whose memory goes Back some 30 years her part was peculiarly for in those Days Dublin Castle was the official residence of her maternal the English Marquis of by birth the countess de Markie Vacz is Constance Daugh Ter of sir an Irish her Mother is the daughter of the late Marquis of Zetland and sister of that Irish lord lieutenant whose reign is still remembered by reason of its social in Tyrne to hear Parnell her youth was spent in Hie Manor House of a Village of an experienced pharmacist elves advice people the Best treatment i know of for those who Are All run Down or Are thoroughly exhausted by the grip or and cannot seem to recover their is this get a bottle of that Standard blood hoods and a Box 200 Pep Tiron pills taste one teaspoonful hoods Sarsaparilla be and two pills after what Are these medial Hes made of i understand the formula for hoods Sarsaparilla is similar to prescriptions that come to us every Day for blood rheumatism and such like for of course hoods expert chemists pharmacists know just As much As any of the regular profession about Tho various ingredients indicated in such and Pep Tiron pills Are a new combination of manganese and other Strong tonics and strength Iron is treat to increase the reel corpuscles to the blood and give it health aft the medicines from any j family cathartic and liver pills give a gentle yet positive cathartic promptly relieve Bilous and in All liver they Are free the great objections to purgative salts and Waters which thin the blood and cause weakness of the they Are easy to easy to if you Siivo never Lubou Moorta you do not know what a Edl Clont one Man it Heinz and the tradition to thoroughly did Ladygo reboot pre serve her native English atmosphere that she had the clocks by Green Wlch she was less successful in setting the tone of her daughters senti two come Down from the girl Hood of Constance which indicate her attitude toward parental at that time Parnell waste Premier Patriot of and the youth of the country was at his evidently he had Fred the girls when he was scheduled to speak in a neighbouring she determined at All costs to hear her How decided that she should stay at there Are no trolleys and few trains in the West of so lady Gore Booth Laid an embargo on All Means of conveyance and considered her position but she reckoned without the resourcefulness of her Cor ralling two horses from a neighbouring Constance and her sister Eva Rode recklessly across country and arrived in time to hear the preaching against her own father but if her conduct in this Case amounted to insult in the next it aimed at deliberate land troubles were Rife in the West and the tenants had decided on a no rents was their War but at that time landlords were still and there was some Hesi Tancy about carrying but the Campaign a meeting was called to decide the mat Ter it proved sensational in a unexpected among those not but nevertheless was the courageous and irrepressible who came to the tenants to refuse payments to her own father with All due respect to the Materna tenderness of lady Gore Booth one has a vivid picture of her Relief when con stance discovered her Genius for paint ing and thereupon Betook herself to Paris to one has a companion picture of inc regret of sir Jocelyn Connaught ten at the loss of this land lords v Vii the English he knew Constance Gore Booth spent Many Jears in where she was soon Well known in artistic she finally returned to Ireland it was with a reputation Well established As a paint meanwhile she had acquired the title of Casimir de is now in his where he has been re ported on the russian but for Many years he was a familiar figure in Dublin beside his distinguished Irish that the countess was As incorrigible had been miss Constance Gore Booth was evident from the very she was still As impossible of still As reckless of still As generous of also she was unguarded of they Tell a Story of her first visit to her staid English Mother with her rus Sian polish husband a three were taking Tea one afternoon in the draw ing room of it had been a wet Day and lady Gore Booth now requested her son let Law to see whether the weather had he went returned and reporter succinctly raining like his Mother inlaw stiffened in her chair and count by now accustomed to such hastily explained you Constance has taught me All the English i learning Irish history about 1905 the two settled in where they lived until the outbreak of being the Niece of a former vice the countess was soon Active in the facial Circle of which Dublin Castle and the vice regal set Are the the himself a Painter of became official artist of the there was no function at which the couple were not but mean equally they were gravitating toward a different for they were rather thinkers first and so Cial favourites Eva sister of the coun had already proved herself a poet Ess of her the Waves of would alone have entitled her to recognition among Irish her sir though not a Man of particular was nevertheless playing a helpful part in progressive agricultural de Markievicz and her Hus band soon found themselves in the cur the Osgood the Osgood i store i open saturday evenings goods delivered free when doubt the Osgood 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Deal of time if will just drop us a line stating your needs in House we have mail order of goods prices Are always marred in Plain figures the Osgood the Osgood the Osgood rent of Irish and Intel As it is practice in seems indissolubly bound up with a Constance do As a result of her new began the study of Irish that was the begin ning1 of the her troop of boys the countess soon drifted from her former whereupon her husband at first mild protest that the vice regal Lodge had the Best whiskey in very he was imbued with his wife As is shown by his play the memory of the but no artistic medium could give expression to the new needs of the coun tests she above All she needed to the countess de Markievicz is due the arming of the first Force in it started under the name of a Tody of boys in their Corres roughly to bade powells eng Lish met every week in a Hall in Cam Den where they wore drilled under the countess times they Betook themselves to the Maneu vering in the Dublin whore their Leader had a cottage under three Hock one recalls that in recent dispatches this Peak is mentioned As Tho meeting place of the and one lat the Forpe which surrendered the countess numbered about one Hun dred and the sum total of these onetime boy watched by secret Charity one of the Virtues insisted by the Young patriots Regula and these so the Story were forever finding abandoned babies or deserving oases among Tai do Blip All of whom they referred she took them soon her own hand some House was for she could no longer afford its she and her husband moved into smaller when the labor troubles broke out in Dublin in under the leadership of the firebrand u count chs de Mark Levlus who took Olarge of the women and Hhd run relative were a cooperative Tor her which would was her next philanthropic it was established just outside by this time so occupied was her every moment that she had to give up her when War broke out the countess de Markle Loz was among those who repudiated Redmond pledge of Irish loyalty to the English being a sinn she saw in great Britain difficulties Only a unique Opportunity for at once she became an object of suspicion to the secret and her House was closely killed the guard herself Early this under the defense of the realm it was raided and a printing press was they found there pro German literature and some letters that led to the capture of a rebel when the leaders of the extreme nationalist or separatist Section at length determined on the use of armed the countess insisted on contributing her Small though Many of the men would willingly have excluded in the actual uprising in tha Irish capital she marched boldly on the governments and it is re ported that shot and killed the guard who hastened to close the Castle and after her capture she kissed her revolver before it was taken from now she is in an English and to Publ hers there remains the memory of a flying figure on a bicycle of which Ore caught glimpses on the streets of the South whom one saw at times in the Rath lines Ges always careless in hut distinguished in of her very very tense figure that it is very hard to hire your Kielp through the Jole Advt bring help Ani plenty of to fight Lowell Jitney ordinance May 20the legality of the recent ordinance passed by the Munici pal Council regarding Jitney will be tested the police court june 1 by for Jitney who appeared putt approve of woman As head of schools Brattleboro parents like miss Wellman she has been supervisor in the town since 1908 v special Lap notch to the May 29an act which was generally approved by the parents of children in the incorporated miss school which includes the entire was the recent appointment of miss Florence Wellman of Brattle Boro As superintendent of she is one of the few women school superintendents in new England t virtue of a recent Law a Supern it necessary in All the larger school districts in and unless a District had 25 schools the appoint ment was to be made by the state school the District Here had but 23 so the committee established two More and reserved the right to name the miss Wellman had been giving Abun Dant satisfaction As supervisor of grades and the school Board received a Multi tude of requests for tier appointment to the new the annual salary of the position is she is a graduate of the High school attended Smith graduated from the West Leld Normal taught six years in the grades and has been supervisor since she plans to make further special preparation for her she is a daughter of or and mrs Henry Wellman of Western Institute at me May a on Day Institute in the interest of the Missouri education movement will be held at the Winthrop Street Baptist Church wednesday under the auspices of the free Baptist and meth Odist the Institute will be one of a series to be held in hunger Waterville tuesday and Lew Iston derailment at n h n May a locomotive and loaded freight car on the Franklin and Tilton Branch the Boston Maine was derailed at a switch near Chad Lola lumber Yard this tying up traffic Oji the Branch for two was Rutland High wins Bellows May stir West Rutland High won from Bellows fails High tvs Barber Park this by the score Oji 14 of features were a Fine running catch by stromber for the batting of for Bellows Falls and two double plays by tha the score 1 2 3 4 b 1 7 8 9 h h k w r 0883042 014 u 7 b p h i 0 1 0 0 012 4 h ii Joosep and Alhi Lerson menu Byram and raid a big Surprise two Auto loads of deputies a Send on and seize barrel of Beer May 20two to Mobile loads of Deputy accompanied by county atty come Here this morning and searched four places Hore it was liquor was Belasc at the place kept by myer a barrel of Beer seized and Tho proprietor was ordered to appear in court following the of the the raids came As a great Surprise and were the result of complaints by local ministers and Beady for Chicago trip Maine delegation to Republican National convention will go in two special cars May Melita Hugo been completed for the trip to Chicago of the Maine Republican the party leaves Boston june at s Over the Boston in two special parlor arriving in Cut so Tii Pluy afternoon at 3 col Hale of member of Tho National has 20 rooms at the auditorium in for the Maine Emma d Fowler Deao woman the of Register of probate May Emma Dennett Nathan for Many of Dlud Kiln she leaven a or Zubur awl t
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