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Episcopal Is now await The orl and young men and the proceedings part of the of the few ever brigade, the United (he Boy aims. The the brigade In the Intense feel, fo]~ proceeding, over the whose home to give boy who had A ntunbei who had protested. Two assembled to trouble broke And sev including Bergt. 1011 D street charged, by from the this Insult to follow to hold the church m order be Impartial. In the brigade have agreed court a. afterward. of J. to defend another made In command Capt. Chase, of the of the oase .aid trial Would They held in the was injured Church, It was would have .quahble had Involved. thine will be Is rendered, found guilty clergyman. present, but of the trial the Shrine of the Saered Heart, and the Apostolic Mission House. TWO VETERANS PASS AWAY Both Were Members of Famous Bud of Mosby's Rancers. John Thorns* Birtaa «na Andrew J. Hobson Hobson Dead--Former Wu Chief Clerk of Internal Koreans Bureau. Two former members of the famous sand of Moeby Hanger*, which terrorized the outposts of the Union army during the civil war, died in their homes In Washington In the last two days. John Thomas Blvins, m years old, chief clerk of the Internal revenue bureau, and An- J. Hobson, (T years old, are the latest member, of this band of Confederate Confederate soldiers to pass away. Mr. Blvins died Tuesday afternoon at home, 912 Kenyon street northwest was born in Mllledgevllle, da., and enlisted ae a telegrapher at the beginning beginning of the civil war. in the last years of the war he wa. transferred to Mosby's Mosby's Rangers, and participated in many ot the attacks of the guerrillas. At the close, of the war he came to Washington and wa. a reporter on the National Re- rabllean. He was later manager of Al- aaugh'. Theater, now Chase's. He waa appointed clerk in the Treasury Department Department in May, 1877. tte Is survived by his wife, one son, Robert Blven», of Albany, N. 1, aa Inspector Inspector In the internal revenue service; one daughter. Mrs. LeRoy Taylor, of New fork; his mother, who lives in Mll- ledgevllle. Oa., and a brother, William Bivens, of Savannah, Q*. Mr. Hobeob wa# born in Winchester, Va., and entered the Confederate army with die Stonewall brigade at the beginning beginning of the war. He later was transferred o Mosby's rangers, and served with this band ot ngbters until the close of the war, when he returned to hi. Virginia lome. Twenty-two year. «o he came to Washington. He was a prominent member member of the Masonic order In the District. He is survived by tour sisters, Mrs. I. l. Bursey. ot this dty, Mrs. O. F. O'Ehrl, of Baltimore; Mrs. J. H. Helm., it Mount Crawford, Va., and Mrs. Mary I. Thompson, of Berryvllle, Va. OLBW ECHO SOSD FO* DEBT, ARTHUR For State EMERSON For EDGAR Vote to Keep

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  1. The Washington Post,
  2. 02 Nov 1911, Thu,
  3. Page 2

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