Article in The Washington Post 22 Aug 1905 page 7-Joe Stanley the Northeast Wash. boy

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Article in The Washington Post 22 Aug 1905 page 7-Joe Stanley the Northeast Wash. boy - in * · · · Joe Stanley, the Northeast...
in * · · · Joe Stanley, the Northeast ·Washington boy, who gained his early baseball knowledge on. the.lots of 'Washington, will a Washington uniform. He may not it long, but that will depend upon Stanley's aoljity to fill It properly. The Washington club has purchased Stanley from New Orleans~~cotidtttonally. After the Southern League season closes the will join StaW's troupe and be given work-out. If he makes good then, the club will pay to New Oi leans a price for the player. If be fajls to major league caliber, he is to be to the champions of the South. Three years ago Stanley was given a. short with the old Senators, under Turn The Senators were a weak lot, and the tall-end of the season, no one cared ·whether they played good or bad ball. Stanley got a poor chance to make and drifted bade to the South. Since time Joe "has Improved greatly, and it hoped by his many friends in thai the boy will f.ll the bill. His average this year Is 271. he would preserve what waa thus com,' to bin. Monover, the message acquired In added force and sanctity At ant It was word of a prophet, acknowledged. Indeed, to be a mouthpiece ot Ood, but after its deposit tat the ojseat with other sacred writings it an oflttisi character and would be so regarded fotorer after Having thus laid away with scribe what had been written the proceed with some caution to the King 90) and make known the contents to him act three influences were exerted to secure proper bearing--the influence of Jeremiah, regarded aa a man of Gtad. the Influence who had filed Jeremiah's words, the ot the princes, the helpers, and ad- In the government. BROUGHT.--On hearing the statement princes, Jeholaklm sent a servant to fetch (Verse Zi.) There la no disclosure of motiTe--whether be waa prompted by or malice. Tha set-rant read and Jehoia- faia prtnoea listened, the latter'standing beside the ruler The scene waa not tbat presented whan Bhapban read the book Lord to Joslan, a few years before (II xxll:H.) Only In tha earlier Instance It law of Mosea that was heard, while In the and It thus even aa Surely at Hla attempted. In Silence and at the Jenmlah King pertained the (Verses his precisely (Jer , the ceed declared end tor his of God 82), a which

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  2. 22 Aug 1905, Tue,
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