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Official Notice Given Americans
Mn'Tarapico That They Need
Not Expect Assistance from
United States Marines in Case
of Capture While Fighting with
Either Rebels or Federals.
VERA CRUZ, Mexico, Do-comber
29. (By Associated
Press Cable) Official warning
has been sent from here by rep
rescntatives of the United
States, believed to bo from
Envoy Lind, to all Americans
now in Tampico, that if
they take pait in any of the
engagements, either on the side
of the federals or the rebels,
they need expect no assistance
from the American marines
now stationed in Mexico or in
the United States warships in
contiguous waters. It is believed
heie that this means they
will be left to whatever fate
either side decides to deal out
to them in case of their
FILL OF HUERTA IS
PEACE PRELIMINARY
CIIHICAIU'A, Mexico,
29. (Hi Associated I'tess
Cable) (!en I'diiclio Villa ie
fused last evening to ,'" into mij
details leganliM,; a possible peace
or tiuee bet u en the waning;
in tin-- li public, slating; thai
nothiur' will s.itisl, the
Inn the complete full or
banishment of 1'iesiileiit llueita.
"Oiil.v the final elimination of
Until. i as a i act oi in the t;o eminent
will be eoiisulered ill .m.
liielimiuunes lor pence," s.uil
Ucncial Yill.i
LAi:i:i)t), Te.is. December 2)
(Hi Associated 1'iess Cable)
News was teeciud hcie last
that a battle may soon be
fought uiiasA the inei iioin this
cit '. win n tout thousand lebcls
attuek ill twthe bundled
now liolilmg; the town of
Niiio L.ueilo
lti'poits an that a well
ai no of Constitutionalists menu
the lu.ii oh to Nueo Iauedo
and that an attack m..y lit expected
within a few dat
lioni aeioss the boulei ale
ahead seeking sal'et. on this
side of the tiouiiilaiy
. ..
Sl'lUXOriKhl), Missouri, lloicmticr
lift (H Associated Press Cable)
Wholesale, discharges of cuplo)es are
tlio oiler of tin' da) cm llii' St Louis
& S.iu Vraiicisco It.ulroail, with In ml
iu.irli'rs liero ettenla) uotku amis
Kiicii to -100 ritlvv ii teUgruphers tint
tlielr serines were no longer roiulri'il
This 'iitlon Is Mul to liii taken in
anticipation of n strike on tlu torn
liiy's line, ami the work of inslnllini:
n raslwav tilcphono iruif is no'v
uiultT wav to niett the exjietteil uner
gency
(lUI4T01tr, Mississippi, lHrciiilii'r
2. ( Vknoiiatul l'rmj Utle)
Wliilo a lirt;i eroil wa Muitiui; in
front of tho church at ( hrUtlnu,
where resii.it nml Mm Wilon Hpint
Bumlny, the I'rmiiliat nml hin wife,
uciuinitni. b) Doctor (IriOHiu, man
uc.l to ilinle tint cutheriut; umt miuu
to thin cit), where the) uttemleil
eliureh ierlte
,-,
'IlilMDAIl, lolonulo, Omember ill
-(Hy Awtrlutoil I n I'slile) While
a number of iliuti wwre uiiuriliui,' u
brblRe here ylenla), fearing .Inniaui'
Jioiii ktrlkem, thxt re llie.1 Uiou bv
lliji ftrlkem uml linn of the uar.r uhi
hillml mill uuollmr nun wwtnnlml
WAsiiiNirrns, i),...BimWh -div
AwwiWitlH.I I'ren. I able) l'tum u r
I he wuilil mini' HinaMigM )Iit,hv
frimi iiuwiiMa Iimi.u ,! pruimmiiii mm
HMjruitttailBK l'rutMt WiUn utHi4i
....MM....i miij weiii ii NiniitvrMiry
MRN'SaOLLAllT
WANIIINKTllN. lt,fmU, ,IU
u Llnjiwiil liriMliiii, u Uwluu, kui
In 1011, u,44 ilAMMi,ui " TU
jui'UMV ifli if mmum m .
)m4
HAWATIAK GAZETTE. Tl'PsnVY. DFrKMnER 30,
- ' f T
Q i mm wpp" m w fw4ww wm " v O ----... io
HIT IN METHODS CONSTITUTIONALIST OF WARFARE FOKOES HUOAPTURB ADOPTING OF RAILWAYS MM I HIE He Carried Great Message of Peace
. .. AND CITIES. a
RISK THEY o tV. ., 1 BOTHERING ! Prr '. - -
FIGHT BOURBONS i
Ready for Any Emergency.
Itcbel battel. of cuk in(iiiitr(l n ll.it ens anil moil in
Not them
(Prom Monilaj dvertiscr)
Cap. Itigiuiild Prcderi k Jlumi'tt is
considered one of the lust pilots who
liter gii'dul u ship into Honolulu li.ir
lior, but when it lomis to handling the
In tin of nu aiitoinoliili' mi. I nimgiting
on dr) lnuil, Moturtjclc Olhccr Chilton
claims tli.it tlie skipper is decidcdl)
rust) on tin- rules of the road It lial
ptned like tins
C ipnin Ileiuiett was hciding nor' b)
nnr"e.ist on Kulakau i iivtuue shortl)
after hi'mmi IjiIIs list night .mil wis
milking about liftieu knots an Iioiir
'I liere wis u fiir brtce blowing nml
the sli was tli ir
Hold Mass Meeting and Propose
to Welcome Him with Drums,
If Possible.
(I'roiu Monilay AiImtIikt.)
All tlint the I'llipiuos of Honolulu
now need to inako their plans for tab
i UK part in the rictptiou to (micruor
I'liikhaiii tomorrow a Kiutess ih a drum
corps 'Ihev hne men wlio inn biat a
drum, the Kiild last nit;ht, but the)
he no drums to In it. Vln) will take
this up with ('resident I arrinjjtoii of
the Ad t tub this morula,:, unordini!
to Theodore Leopold, number of a coin-
mittee up itnl to auk the Ad bib
for ierinisMon to take part in the re
t option nml purudu wluu tiocruor
I'liikliiin nrriMs toiiioirow nioriiiiii;
Lrnpolil Milunteercd to ait as drum
major at a rousi iik liuetiui; of Ins conn
t r m t 1 1 held at the l'lllpiuo Mission
bit nii;lit More tbnn thrte Imndrid
Kilijiinos were present, it is huld, ami
the) were o enlhnsiustb oer the pio
jiosed parade that the priiiniM'il to
hao nt least .I'D I'llipiuos in line to
morrow, if l'rmiili ut rnrritii;toii will
onh allow tin in to follow the Ad t lub
procession, and ciw thein sonui driiins
At the liuitliii; list nlht President
Mtudona ippoiutcd Iiioiimiii and
'Ihemlora l.ioHild a couimittiv to emu
plito arr.iui;umouts lor the lurade
lhe) will report the result tonight,
and on that will depuid uhelher the
lattle llrown llrothers will be nnionir
tLose present at tho reception tomorrow
em'iiinir.
"We feel tint fioioruor I'lnkhaui,
comiiij; trciiu our yreit Democratic I'res
blent, Mr iNou, will want to unit
us for in hat we are uud not for our
alii forms, " slid a 1'ilipiuo luthuslist
)cstnrdiiv "Kor tint n imiii we will
wear null our Deinocratii elnthes feel
iiiU' that ho will know tint our heirts
beat in warmest friendship for In in ami
for the Deinmritii pirt) "
lint, us stated, it looks ns if l'lliiuno
paitinpatioii in the iir.ide depi mis
upon wlmthir enoui;li driiins cm bo so
turcd to upnp a drum corps
FINDS IT HARDT0
HESCUE SAILORS
WAhlHXtlTOX, December li The
t'iulit kuilors from the nbaadont'd
Anii'riiaii i homier 111 Dorndo, inn
rooueil mi l.'mter Isliuid, far nut in the
houlh I'neifie, si me last suiniiier, prob
ably will liu brought bin k to iiWIUu
tiou by a ship of another nntluii.
AvMstmit Hmrutiirj ul the Treasur)
Sim lun, who bun ilmro of the
Huitinl HtHteii niveiiiiu i utter senile,
reluitmitl) dmided luiilKht tlmt
llMter Uluiid H be)iiid the iruUIng
rNilllW of I'Hllfil I IHUt UlttHtM UHlt
liiriied unir the reipitMit for uwUtniiDii
for the men frum the owier nf the
f.l Doruilu Iw Wefrnlur) Urun 'Chu
iitmt lleimitmenl muy be Hide tbrnuuli
HI'lulUMtlt tlmuui'U Ul Imtu miiiik im
m'I whuh plltfa h Mem b) mule ihII hI
r.nttor Ulmid
THAT HAlMANQUIIiA JOH,
Tbo U4 ill JIMMlMUl la but III
If tiMMitthl ( tml it mt) ur IU rilb
lul muri amU ibtMi, ntlb kwUtw U
iui m nu Mviif hu n lm
ii nil iwlili'r
E
'
OIFFEPI WAYS FOIL PORT
' ' 5f'.j fiiil fuiti
( oniing I'nlirn of the skipper was a
lciiK, low, rakish motoreyili ill mill
mum! of a .l.ipiuise ii.imeil Inliioka
t'njitii"!! lliiiiiett wanttil to iiiiiiikh
Ins lourse to .1 small nllewa) whleh
bails otr Kalakaiiu iieiiue. He tlimu
Ins In I in to port, the ruibler resnoiiileil
iirouiitl, ami btlore he re.ilbcil it the
iiiiilori i'le hoi fun oil tho auto.
Ai online to I hiltoii tin captain
nl ouhl limn siiialul from the brnltji'
to slow iloi.ii, looked astern, ami then
thrown his helm hnnl to starboird.
hiltoii el inns th it I slunk i uil hwi ar
to a eoiiipl.iint this innriiitii; i.li:ir(,'niK
( .iil.un lb niietl with iolr.ting
illii riiltt ol this port.
Second Blue-Blooded Canine Dies
in Quarantine and Suit for
Damages May Follow.
(I'rom Monilay AiHtrtiser.)
Another blue blooded pet eloi; died
ut the territorial ipiar intino station
lor dons )esterdnv lnoriiini;. Thoui;li
skilled phxsieaniis were culled in at
teniHnce ami uientliiiii; possible Swu
done, the dot; died shortl) lieforo noon.
It was dilhiult to elite ruiiue tho exact
cause of eleith, tho iloi; just
aw.i), beciiuo wtaker mic h dny for a
week or more, until tho end, It is
churned
hether lack ol nourishment, dise ise,
upoiiru or smiph the fatt that the
aristocratic quulrupeel was not aiciu
tomed to the treatment auordod tlie
urelliian run of doys at the epiarantiiiu
station is perhaps a matter that will Lo
finished out Ih the eourts or through
nu luetn;iitioa, which C win lliimni
sais he will urue.
Mr. ou llnnim who brought the
unimuls here tor a trieiul, )esitirdii)
stilted that while the two dopi, both
ot whom are now dead, wtro oulto Mil
iiuble he elms not feel that they were
worth live hiindretl dollars eaeli
"'the doi were er) deluately
raised, ' said Mr. on llanmi in e
plaining "The) were iu need of ten
der care nnd prnteetiuii trom the ele
nients ns will as iliilut) tooel. I hud
asked permission to bue thorn kept in
ipiaraiitlnn at ui) hoiuei for the stated
period, where all the could
be entoried uud nt the) samo tluio gl.
the done the tare the) should liao
had 'I his was refused 'there nrei no
facilities tor tariuj; for such iio"i at
the station and while, I am not iu a
position to s.i) that th death of the
dons is the tiiult ot the) stntloti I be
lioio that this eouelitious mod iuesti
giltion. "
In the iiiiautiiiif, Doctor Xurnaiird,
territorial M'terinuriaii, Insists that tho
uristcic rutu ilos were (lien cuer) at
tendon ami that their iluutk was duo
to taiisis ner which
ol the ipiaraiitnie station hml nu ton
trol.
,-.
Iu order to prmuit trouble the ari
oils I hliiesi) theatirs uud musical houses
are not loriiiittnl to sell tickets to Oht
uese islturs with their wuim'u lulk;
but as there are siiine foreigners who
wish In hciir I'hinese sinnlni,' ami music!
anil iilnnis bus tickets tor tlintr wiles
uud femiilu friends ninl retuse to ob
sine this rule, tlm owners of the nuul
eu I liuusiu and theaters luivo lltldlicd
the siliie iibniil the niHtter In riil)
the eluel uf xillcn subl Hint as foieluu
men inul women eiini ispml rights Iu
their own coiiuIvIm nml nre in'rnillled
to make fiieu.U with inch either with
out re.lrli'tbiu the) thoull not I e tieat
ii) in the smiie win iu I hlnese wuinoii
and wirU, the ouucru are periulttitil
tu ullim luiniini wiiiiimu tliwalerneiurs to
Ml tuiiKtheir Willi their iiinIh IrlnmU,
bul fuuwliv uie j Hid ullim
ul Iu flijul lhi mu pllnliMe IVklli
llitwllii
UNNJlOmiHAItV VVOIIDH
Wli' him iml Mini mvinii.iii
lll IW tWMnMMC :i
rl in I MtuiNtfTaiti't iw.ii lnmitl
iw whn rHWUMM m mlit&mi wbaa
- Mtll ItMl M WW m $m aw fiMHui
mt$f
mmi uju ii
HRIMW
Not Since Securing Control of
Government Last March Have
Democrats Been So 'Uneasy
Fear Consequences of Too Much
Trust-Busting May Load to
Lenient Poliqy. '
By Ernest a. Walker.
i' (Mall filfiiul, te The, Ailv''lsl,r0
VvyHlMnO.S, De ( , HeieiuUqr, 13
Dcaucivruts are flmliiiK man) things
to plague them at the present juuiture.
At no tbnc before sinie ittinj! control
' nf elm mil prnntniit I'.rf Mnr.li. linte
the) biii ipilte so laun). Tear of too
miu li trust bustiui; has inspired iimny
. .. .. ,
4'... 1 1. ..4 ..!...
1 iriviiH UUJils lul u leillltlll Jiuilt, IU
me ill jruri.ui lie ui juniiiv vun iiui
tilt' attorney neiural permit liusjc cop
porutienee to reoriniru on olnntijry
terms and ntedd lonij court proceed
lngsf 'Ilui ynat New IlaMii railroad
s)stem W supposed to bo uiidi r wa)
with EncB fan ulitiriinsc. Dtpuitmuiit
lawyers lm i' been litttr it i lnorously.
Attorney (ier.emU Meltvynolils after
mil ny (onfereiiees has shown some
In man) respects it is best
it the possum will tome out uf the tree
without auv shootiui!
', Many Siiit3 Pending'.
Antitrust suits galore aro piudiuu
iu the dt i'ilrti:icbt In man) tases
the Su are) brought to compel reorganize
tioil, or dissolution. The luw in such
matters has now been thorough!)
The courts liuiri pussed upon it
repoatidlr. flood luw)ors cau deter-
inlifo' iu n given iilstniice about what
Is td happen This oftuli makes eas)
ail urruiigiiiielit for udustmeiit with
the elepuftmeiit of justice. The depart'
ment lntl'inls to bring only good c'lses
whore it en ii expect toniiction. I.nrgci
corporntious, that urcr iolatlug law,
see aiUantafjts iu brlngini; themselves
into tomplianee speedily. Thfj must
jlejll ultimately. There aro not alwlijs
iiililltioii'il dollars in dcla)iug.
indeed the ut'nural eonsciencct ilbouU
higher standards f busiiics is keener
ami. more risnousiii'. ThU U In no
mi linn :i De uintrutic nelmiiiistrntion
product Two, If lint three, Itepiibliian
adiniinstratioiis whiih pnieded it are
nirgeii rtspousihie. In tins regird
I'risielent Wilson is reaping some btue
'
fill,.
' Violators Anticipate) Action.
There will not llkel) be another antitrust
suit lis llerceli mutisted as that
against the btaudird Oil C'uinpiiu), nl
tnougli mere ina be dissolution
that are more ellettne. 1'uriuer
t"'t erilicts Irtepieutly upset
liiisluens niuterially. Tin-) disarranged
lriiie coiiditioiis Nownduis big iu
bitors of law huie antieipited mtioii.
Thfi ami their trade tltelnts, hi a unit
tor oi suiewd business, hiio bieu
read) for the ineMtable.
no it is th it President ilson and
Attoruev Qeneriil Mclteinolds bine mi
enviable ailiantago iu "earning unti
trust work forward. 'I ho opportunity
for thtiu to pursue a lit neiltuiit eouisei
is eMellent The) cue purniit the tie-tend
mt to go under bonds to keep the
peine, rather than sentence of
tonlliitnieiit The next tew months will
demonstrate whether the, will Improio
this opportnint) The) inn help the
business of tho eouutr. imuieasiirabl),
it is e oiiteiuled, bv easing olf with offenders
who are willing to olio) statu
ton requirements hereafter. The' can
also htilji b not crowding too hard with
ii'giKiiiiiun wnicn nngiit prole uiuliil)
opjueSsive to business.
WOULD USURP
STATES' RIGHTS
W'VSIIIXfirOX, DeeMnber 7. Hep
reseutatiio Andrew .1 Volstead of Min
nesot I, ranking Iti publican member uf
the house committee on tlw (iiiliciar),
made public a statement todav in which
he attacked tlie constitutioniilit of tho
(iroposal that lonjiress shall enact a
law providing for nomination uf
caiitliil itis in primaries. Such
n law, in the opinion of Mr. Volute ul,
wohii usurp the rights of the
Slut.'
"li Volsleatl llisisttsl that mimress
might Wis a law imttenied after I'resi
ell'iit AViKoiils retoiiimeiiilutiou, lint hn
tletlareil thht "no btuto would lie
lioiiud to cMiev or rcteignl7o It."
Mr Volsteid b ises his coiiclusinu on
tint cliuse of the eoiistltutloii which
eletlares that "each tstate shall appoint
in sucii iu inner as me le'gisintiire there
of mnv direct, a number of electors
equal to the whnlo uuinbcr of senators
and representatives to which the btato
mil be entitled in the eniigress, but
lit senator or rlprei'iitatie or
huhl !' ah nlllce of trust or profit under
the Hulled Mules sliull bo aiiimliileil m
eloilor."
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Presence uf liilml iiin ijulck action
Hi the port of Miitornuin Thoiiins II,
Ht dulni sniiiil (he life uf u little I'.ir
tugueie ihlld ueur the Mil nil) Tract
)i'tHrdn) iifleriiniiii at Ibne Ihlil)
u i lock
Vilulfiu Mir niiiiilier furl) wiu liouml
In I rum Kuliunki uinl u us miming ut
the rule itf about Iweitli lulles un hour,
Himnliug tu . 'iirrili, whu whs on
tin our, whim h little iiIhiuI Hi rue
'"' uf uiiit, itiu truwi lmhiu.1 ,
Uii. u tlm IishiUII pnik mid liu.l uut
tin Imlf m HefHM I lie Iruik
l'b im wit within twvul) fuel uf
(be 'MM HI li tlw HI Jaiiu dlupiujid
ji fftMf, JBWHWil uil till' WraUrr
(mUm $ ;h Mu 'HKmitm nbtn
i, u iup 11,4 un 1 iu . iifl.r. ),i.
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J3B9I
CAPT. ALFRED N. TRIPP,
Foiiner hiiihoiinnstei'iind v ell-know 11 lesuleiit ol IIneihilu ;ln,
died jesteiilin.
Captain Tripp Answers to
" 'tall of the Supreme Pilot
1
Well Known Kamaaimi, Here For Half
Century, Dies Suddenly After
Days of Sickness.
(Prom Monda) Adveitiser.)
1 ho holiday seison was attended w ith
sntlne'js it the home of I'npt. All red X,
Tripp, corner nt Mnki e and Kami 10
roitls, and while ( upt.un Tripp wis pst
his usual old ull) self on lliiislnui:
Day mid took iut 111 the fislivities at
teiidnut upon the oieasiou, tho greit
summons had gone forth ami the genial
captain died vesterdi) morning .it nine
o'tlotk. Je hid been ill but two di)s
The tniieral will be held this nftei
noon nt thrte o'clock from tin Masoiii 1
'limples millet direction of lliwniiin
Iaielge Xo. 21, 1' A M, with the addi
tioti that Hi- Dr I'arktr will Ik asked
to si n simple prn.ver oer the remains
of tin Ii'iiIV old mariner whose lite was
so bound up with the lnstor) of Haw ill
for littv c us.
It was onlv on Pnda), the ih after
( hristuns, that mi imiii ition wis
gicn that i upturn Tripp wus -i snk
nii'ti, Lito tint div he w is veicil with
acute piims in Ins stain ith Dr (. II
Wood was sent tor at ome nnd rtlievn I
linn "omewhit, but from tint moincnt
tho pititnt set'iiud to lose his grip on
life, and parsed awn )estenliv in the
of Ins w.fe nnd the ilisniin
(.'.iptiiiu Tripp hud been .111 mtivo
tituen nf Honolulu for u h ilf centur,
following the m .luring his eaily man
hood, during which time he pissnl
through mini stirring ndventures. He
was seventv three lears oltl at the liinei
of his diatli Ho was a i ti o of Mas
sichnsftts and tame to Honolulu em
the bark Auron in lu"i Prom that
time until Ins deith lie mule Honolulu
his homo, marrying into 0110 of tho oltl
alii families related to miiient rnvaltv
and to the kings of Oiiliu. lie Ituves
a widow, but no children.
One of Old Whalers.
Tor limn. )tU8 after his airhal Cip
tuui Tripp was engaged in the whaling
indiistr), sailing upon 11 number of
ships, one nf Ins old comrades of those
dii)s being t'npt. IVIeg P. Miujihenl,
Who is still halo uiuP heart) ut eight)
two )ears
"1 neur thought I would outlne my
old friend," said laiitiiiu Hliepherd,
inouiitfull), lust filing, when told
tint Cjir tain Tri p was deiul.
In 1MI.', when the news eauio tlmt l.eu
hail siirreuilereil at Appumatox ami tliut
I'resltleiit Duvls, of tho Ciinfeilerni),
hud been iiiptured, the lirivntier fallen
niuloah, I iiitiiiu W'liddeil, was Iniriiing
mitt ilimtruving the whaling licet of the
Xorth Piulllc It was nwewnry Hint
Miiueoiie should uliii lull) iiifiirin Wild
tlell of the end ul the war. tupltiln
Tiipp was (he mini rliuMu.
Carrlcel Novi pf K11U Of War,
He smlt'il 1111 Mil) o, bl.1, mm, (In I
male of tlie Imrk O'emi, ChiiIhIh I'ish,
uinler thti IIhuuiuiii Mug, wllli th tuiue
llug uf Drew or ruuiwu, lit) ws
aiiiutej with ntVU Ul imiwrt frrnw Hm
Aiuirlmii kohmiI ul HiuiIhIii, Th wm
wis mm dKlimred, but l)4ili Hud
lull refuaed to U'lmve, ur Ml limit Iu
bwd, Ike Mirtlre, but iulliiiud lit burn
Mini ink until Ike grem S or III l'mtii
wlujltuil ienl mm. pi m ii. will n iluug
of I lie putt 11 iih"l uf lu.ii..
Ilttl l'U(ll lull ml I I,. I Mt
TrlH)i 4U ""i ii 1 nun. 1 1 im
mt Ut 11 ll III Hum. lu)
W Iff 1 11 , ili 'I mi ill. . MJ
WMl . l ll I Li
'W 1 h ii 1 1 -1 jm
h lH4, mH mm riMNiw
Iii lit), 1 iaib Inpp .iiuimi.jii4
the lurk Art 1 11, sniling out of Tlono
lulu 011 whiliug iruisis. He imiied the
ilei't of whale is 111 the llering ht.i ami
Mi ed his ship through his knowledge
mid eii ric 111 0 111 fie north, while a
score ol ships wire eaupht and 1 rushed
in the ice.
Saved Many Lives.
t this time laplain Tripp rescued
-IS tiflitcrs '11111 nu n ot the v recked
sh.us ami bruught tli'iu to Ilnuoliilu
giving up his cm 11 1 ruie to save the
resiiuil nun ami git them tn port
while provisions lasted l.uti r he put
111 a 1 laun to nmgrtss to be leiinburMil
for this espt use, licit although the 1 hum
has been pendni' nil tluse lears noth
ng 1 nmo of it
fn tho leign of Kulnl .1111 Ca'ptnin
Tnpp was iippmnte 1 pilor and for
niiuv vciiim hail 1 lunge ol n.ihu prison,
biitigiu nliuut man) reforms frtml the
millioils ol old diivs and the whipping
post It wus while holding this posr
tiou that the levolution starled here in
1"-!)1 During the ltepuliln ( apian
Tripp was uppointtd port surwnor, ami
later Inrboiinas r. 'lhe lattei post lie
n signed 111 1IIII0
He wis assrstnnt harbor master for
1 number of venrs under I'aptiiin I Itiu)
nml sepral vears ni'o urn, iippolii'ed
lnrbor master In TH I Captain Poster
was appointed liarliorinusti r iu hi
liluie, iiml iltiriui' the pist two veirr
ho his livid quietlv nt home, the 11I1
tir of a wide urilo of dt voted frieml
uuti ciiii e eiiuraucs
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PANAMA CANAL TOLLS.
SAN PI! WIS! O De. ember 1 2
The Pan una 1 111111I tolls as deel bv
I residi nt W' Ison rttmtl nre 1 'Jll pe
net ton vossi I on ships available toi
pissengers and targo, a net ton belie,
Kill cubit foot ul eup icil). MupH wit'i
out or inrgowill bo allow
ed n it'ilm tltiu of fort) per emit in tic
tolls WnrnhipH other tliaii trmisporu
leillurs, hokpitul ships nml suppl) ship!
are to p'n tolls upon thtir displ.ur
"lent t ni,e. 'lint Is, upon then
weight rather thvn their i aji.it Itv
'I liese lilies have been formuluted will
the expectation tlmt the will remain
ill force poriuiintiitl), subject end) tc
suili auiiiidnients from time to time n
mu) be adviMilile by impeirtuut ehangni
in tlie design uf veaoU ur in their pro
polling power.
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WASlUXHTDX, Deteuuber 13. Vol
luwiutr the) Mtocimn ilei ree of August
.'ti, I Will, whu Ii 1 rtilubited tlm tixpnrla
tiuu uf ifohl uud silver cuius, iinutliiu
eke. utivo ,ei nw whs proiiiiilyuliul Ui
tuber I, 1111.1, pruhlbltiun the vxorU
tluu ul toiu wlieu mulled ur iuuliltml ti
utiy muuiier. Tlm nmjlinif ur wntilntiiii
uf coins will U puiUslmble by 14 (lie
uf frum liii'U tu .VNiU MCM (IU tu
rlUNi) nml ike ifobl ur silvar will In
cuutisi'iiled, A Mil M'uueiil ,n ree uf I).
luUir U, 101,1, pruvidea reulmiuus lui
lb mrniHg lulu nffmt uf tbu Uivt
wiMiMit luturferina wllk tkw regular
urttiuii uf gold uuti silver from I In
MltMM.
Th d. re ut idtuler 1 w waJi
neitwr li Iki flttt in Ikv rile ul
Lwfcii, mkWk im'U ii urfltiki iu
riwivri Mr mm litM Mi tut tt
iurtliuM, Th ptrktmit tiu M U
iiww lm m Hmmmt tmu w
II tkiHit til MMU. M lllilllllll
mmmy m hh HUM HI MMtl Hkj
HH Pitt Hi U ulliUilr 4 iMfh 4w tjmm m m
miu auillli a i u kllllt lui flu Ht'l
11 Ibi 11 1 uil .lul in
LlTHOUSANDS IN
FUNERAL
! mm
Fifty-nine Cofllns, Piled in Many
Hearses, Wagons and Auto-Trucks,
Hold Victims of Panic
at Entertainment in Calumet
and Arc Carried Through
Streets in Sorrowful Procession.
CAUftinT, MicIiikmi, December
L'i). (Jy Assneiatwl 1'iess
Cablu) In liiiicesNion tliioiiKli the
slieels of this city theie
.lustoichiy 11 ti.uiidu (if woe imtl
sin low when i oiti teen henises,
tlnee wagons mill sevutnl
title. ks, loaded ith
iiilluis, ii.issed lietueen wluiiuk
iremils ol tliiitisdiuls of jieihons,
ulm stood .iloiij,' the
streets ot joined 1;, tin- jnotession
to tin- snow oiuled cemetery.
It was the fuiiviul of soniu of
tin iietiiiis of the cr of "Fne,"
1. ns el at tin
111 a local ball, when
si men, women and eluldieii
'mil tlit I1I1 flushed out of them
m tin panic which followed. In
the coffins jestcul.iy wen- the
'miles of fifty-four cliildicn anil
Iim adults.
Tlio mombeis of the AVestein
Kcilei.itioii of aliiieis took full
li.iijje ol the hineial and insisted
upon pnjiii"; all the expenses, in
spite ot the lurj,'e iclief lunds
which bae flowed in lor the families
of tlie 1eti1ns.
CIIIOAdO, December 29.(By
11 ess Cable) Action
was taken at a iuceliur of the
CliiciiKO Fe delation of Labor,
belli in this eity yesterday, to car-i
belore conjiicss the conditions
which lhe unionists asscit pievail
in I lie aliihi;itn copper distiiet,
especially in and about the eity
of Calumet
'I'lie I eder.it 1011 places the blame
I'm the lone; strike and the tearful
conditions they claim aie
then1 upon tho mine
and an appeal will be made to
to conduct an official
ol these charges.
"All Animals Are Electric Batteries,"
Declares Dr. Arabella
Kenealy.
LONDON', December t Arabelh
ICemalv, the tlistiiiguisheel iilisicuin
and niithor. lias pist nniioiinced a re
111 irkable discover) in count ttiou with
hi r woik upon a new theory of the
origin of life Doctor Konealv has
round th'it hum in belims, annuals and
plants are all electric bittenes, width
gio out electrical cnorg) tapublu of
itlcn'iflc nieiisuienient.
There is rnsou to suppose, also, tint
it is electricity which is tlm lite power
and the power of consciousness. Doe
or Kuii"ulv h ul for long suspected this,
mil her theor) wus confirmed b) the
fact tlmt in de ith or injur) b) light
11 ng it was nluiivs the left sulo of the
bixh, and niih tho left side, that the
urrent burned or otherwise Injured,
fins showed the two sides "f the body
o bo of different electntul potentials.
InteresttuiT Experhncnts.
Together with 0. 'Ihorpe linker, Doc
lor Kemalv has iiiat completed some
nileiestlng exiieriiuents It was found
tint wnes applied to the lit ail and to
the foot of n human being, if loined
ogetlur tl rough a ery ilelii ito uieis
lring itistrui'ient, piss an eltctrie current
'I Ins me ins that the body acts
ur n ' atte ry of which the he ul or upper
nart is tho iiegitivo pulu, the foot or
lov er pert the positio pole. The two
uiles uf the bod) nro also oppositely
polar ireil
'lhe amount nf clcctriiity generated
bv the proeessoa of life nries with
liferent individuals, so that every m r
on represents an olu tries luttery of n
"
llllorent strength. It would seem,
there fur'', that electritity, that wonder
ul. iiivsterlous forte, is tlio origin ami
ennrgv eif nil life,
Tlat comparativel' power till electilu
'urn nt are given nlf bv plants alio an
'nr frum CI. Thorpe linker's experi
ncnls In the nisei nf plnnts, tlm roots
hi low the ground are pusitlw ; the stem
iltite the Kitiiind ami the brniuhes uie
negstlve.
8lcl Hants rebly OhtirBcd.
I'biiiU which are fails.) ur "sick '
'hruufli lucte nf wuicr gave er fcelih
urtftiti. The euneiils hewiinc slruuger
UuHiivw, wlmn tlm plants wire wutetel
nml rarael fur.
A link Ulweiii pbnils and living
ri'nltires slid IIiihi Willi Infill plain
llli growllm Wklvh mv prixit I lv
"iiltNtlbif" rul In u tlu (Hi, 1
witk crttiN I'kMNiral solution lu.s
H ihi iknM0k Dsvlur Uciimi
uMtei'i aul TburfMi lUWif's nspei,
1 f tlMtl liii lrmiw grwc
tittfi ' f mtitir
l't A. Ii Ut. I' II ".
w ' - MiM ImI yrar b d.i,i,.
'iw " ! f M Hi iim
-W W, Mltl Ut M.UNMJ ilitf
Wl lelr MMMiulMua fjUf I t(Ut it ,1
do ll 11 ul life " I

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