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Empress Dowager's Contribution
of $2,000,000 Heartens Pre?
mier and Imperialists.
Soldiers at Lan-Chau, Headed by
Former Delegate of the Pre?
mier, Prepare to March
on Peking.
rekirc. .'a'1 - "f"'1* Entpreas Dowager
eontrlfinied S.ttaX?****) tael? ?"about l-im<W>
,?,(. moi'tiins to tlie nntl-revolutionary war
Th? fe? : m; m Peking to-night Is that
the throne has taken on a new lea?e of
life. Ind?e,l. there are some competent ob?
servers fbo believe t),at Premier Yuan
Shir, ka i Mill potasteBt I be conviction thai
he ?an yet succeed in preventing tlie con
giimmsi ?n of a republic.
Th?' Imperlel ?'a!>ln?'t has nccc;,|e,i tie
lealgnation of Tang Sliao-yi, who was sent
t,, ShSI c; r?i as the representative of
ITemle! Vuan ?n?l the imperialists at tlie
?tace ? ferenoe The government has
?rito ti ' to Dr. Wo Ting-fang, the
? volutlonarle? at the peace
conference, ?ia?ing that in future it will
Mgotlste te . graphic?illy, The government
I? of the opinion that Tun?; Shao-vi went
),evc Struct Ions ?hen he signed
ient**as t?> the calling <*f the
nation.?! convention to decide on the future
form of governmenl of ?'bin?.
?premier Yuan adheres to two point? of
his original suggeMl?,n regarding the na?
tional convention. He insist? on the proper
delegates ?o ti>.> National As?
sembly, and als Gathering; place
shall be Peking.
Premier Yuan again offered his resigna?
tion this mo'-iiiiig. bul !' was not a?*cepted.
The courl als?, received a round robin from
the genernl? commanding the !mpoiiali?t
treops in tie elrlnlt* of Peking. In *.* hl? h
they demanded thai the prime? of the lm
P?risl ? Ian should withdraw their wealth
from the safety of the foreign bank?,
wher? much of It has been placed quite r? -
eentlv, and deliver II into the hands of the
War ?>ftVe.
ice (Thing, former Premier ?n?l For?
Minister reci ???! a letter to-day on
hehalf of Die Manrhu troops in the vicinity
..f Peking, threatening to destiny lus palace
? i it was deliver?? over to tliein.
When negotiatnc recently for a foreign
loan Yuan Sliili-ksi explained that about
ilfl-iV"'/""1 would ?Tarry the government on
for ?1)1 month?. By that time ?HscjkI
I b*\* oi-curre?! among the rebels in
the South and the provinces would return
yi-a?ually ?o their allegiance. The monev
by the F.mpress Dowager will
permit Premier Yua1: to carry on the gov
ernniTt b?yond the period which the rebels
have fixed for the assembly of the national
London. .Ian ! A news agency dispatch
from Tien-Tsin ssys that a mutinous move?
ment exista among the Imperialist troop?
garrisoning Kan-?'hau in the province of
f'hi-I-l In favor of a republic These troops
firm a very important portion of the Im?
perial army, and were under the command
of Oneral Chang Shao-Tsen. who ?a? di?
n.issed owing to suspicions of his repub?
lican sympathies. The movement dovetails
into a widespread eonsplra?y In Northern
?'hlne to assist the southern revolution
.\ news agency dispatch from Ti?
Kayx. tiiat Wang WU-tze. who was sent to
l-an-Chau a? the deiegat?- ?if the Premier,
has joined the Republicans and ha? been
? ader of 'he troop? there. He de
hls ?mention to begin a march with
the army ??n Peking f-morrow.
Th? army now under Wang Wie tee's
or?lers compriesa a large body of the best
Imperlel troops. Wan? ha? tele
? i to-day ?o ?lie foreign ministers in
! to the foreign consuls In many
of the cities, reo,iie?-t!ng them to enjoin
ro veramente to maintain tlie strict?
sat neutrality.
'lfsnklng. Ian. 1. Dr. Sun Tet-sen took
the oath Of office to-day as provisional
?it of the ?*hiiie?e Republic, and wis
f'umali-. invented with the powers of Chief
(executive. The ceremony was simple but
ind was attended by ail tbe
tnen Of the revolutionary isrty.
Tt ? first Oflkdal aet of Dr. Sun was to
- in?1 ?*hinrse calendar. II?- made
.\".i\ Y< ? ? Dey t!,e first day of Ms Pfesl
niarkiiig th?- comrrien?. nient "f
a netu <ia and making the ?'hi?ese year
'?niefori?, on the same tie) a- tie
year hmln in most other cOuntriea of the
Yat-sen has completed hi?
<: Ti,e )i?t s not %et ofllclally avail?
able, but It I? Bobatantlally a? follows:
President. LI Yuen-h'-ng
Premier an?! ?Vai Minister Kuang-Hslng.
,n< ?? Minister, ?'hen I'biri-taO.
Attorney d?lierai. I?t W,i Ting-fang.
foreign Minister, Wang Chung-weL
Marine Minister, ?'aptain Wat,?.
?'hi?t of Staff. General Hau
Tang Shao-yi. Imperialist delegate at the
Si peatT conference, i? believed to
!?' ?-!??t?<l for the portfolio of M'nlster of
i? rlor. Tli- whole eomblnetlon, a? it
regarde,i us | strong
? ? ,
'"i his arrival here this morning from
:>! Sun. ftreeeed in s khaki unl
? ? la reception, which was attended
r, umber of governor generals and
I lgh officials.
U'ter the reception delegate? represent
ghtOea province? of China proper ns
I In the audience chamber, an Im?
mense ;ipaitment In ??overnment House, ami
; their l'ositions around a ralead
rm. When Dr. Sun Vat-sen entered
,-irtment all bowed th?ir h?ads. The
President-elect proceedad to the ??ntrai
platform, and there he took the oath of
He i lien delivered an address In which
h? promised to dleeathioae the Mam bus, to
"???stabltsh peace, to promote trade am! to
devot? his entire energy lo the Chinese na
Iton an?) aid the ? 'hi?ese people to realize
' Its aspiration?. Wh?-n the Manchm; had
Anally abdicated and peace was restored to
'he iintlrn be would, he ??aid, resign his
nal off.??.
The < halrman ?t the ?Illegales from the
****Ovlr>oaj then hantled the n?w President
the seal of office
President Sun Vat-?eu |||fn delivered a
?'>ng a,irires? in th.- form of a proclamation.
In tin? he announced that a strong ?entrai
government would be oiganl/.ed, the entire
"?iniinlstrative systetrn "_r_odelled and mo?i
ernizei and ;? parliament repr?sent?t!? <? of
eple e|e. ted. The piovlnces, he si.pl.
'<o?:ld bit autonomous a? regards lo?'al at?
'??Irs and each wwald select Its own gov?
ernor. The army and navy would bis made
national Institution? and be under the can?
'ml of the central parliament. which would
*?*??' deal with the finan ?s of ih?* countiy.
"*he whole Bacal system woul-l be readjm-t
?i. but h?. w.i mre ?hat the Income of the
ouniry wt8 Btifflclent to discharge its )la
****** an-l i? defray ordinary cxp.n???.
He eaprr^s,,] ?,, t?.ria>- of the n?W re
'blle th? fening of thankfuln-ss that
Prevailed at the t*onstatent neutrality of
lue foreign nation?. Me ?aid that the antl
!"rois" '?"'Ing win,!, had previously ax?
??ed would not appeal i,, ,,ie new China,
snkmg w,n ?amain lbe seal of the pro
?ionsl government toi the present. It Is
"hi"- ?hi?i the .-?pjt.i will afterward be
?*__?1*4 U,< i:h*"g? hut It is certain that
1 *'""?? *?...! not be selected
??? PeUrsburj, jan." 2.--A message from
Kaigan, In the ?'b?nese province of ."hl-LI
says that the princes c.f Southern Mongolia
who are loyal to the Teehlng dynasty hav?>
resolve.: unanimously to supp.it tha im
perial government in fighting against the
Chinese revolutionaries. They say they
will declare their Independence in the event
of the eetahllslmi? :,t of ;i Chineaa republic.
Peking Believes in Muscovite
Designs Against Mongolia.
London, Janf 3. The state ment of M.
Kazone.ff. the Russian Pcorelgn Minister,
that Russia does not contemplate an ad?
\ anre on .Mongolia or Turkestan, is re?
garded in Peking as mere equivocation,
according t.> the correepondenl then of
the "Daily Telegraph." ruissia imperi?
ously demands the exclusive rieht lo
construct the Kiakhta-l'rga Railway.
and presses an old claim for frontier
i edification north of the TJan-Shan
watershed, which forms the boundary
hetween Russian and Chinese Turkestan.
These ilemands, however, ate COB
si.lercI a mere blind.
Persia's New Treasurer General
Said To Be American.
Rond?n. Jan **.?A Teheran despatch
to the "Dally Mail" ?ays thai w. Morgan
Sinister, the former Treasurer General,
has handed tha accounts of hi? olllce to
the commission, of which m Mornard,
the Rclglan ex-Director of Persian
Customs, has i.?>eu appointed president.
r E Caima, \\h<> was Mr Shunter's
chi.f American assistant, the corre?
spondent saya, has been named as Mr.
Bhuater's successor,
The- Times" prints a letter from an
ICngllshrnan who was recently in i ?
declaring that Persian ?.pinion conne? '?'?
M. Mornard, head ?.f tha newly ap?
pointed financial commission, with out
r'ffht antagonism t.? Mr. Sh?ister. He
says that M Momard'a appointment
won hi he regarded a? a triumph for
oppose 'i t.. true financial reform.
A Rt. Petersburg despatch to "The
Times" say? that the withdrawal <?f th"
two Russian r. ciments from Kaabln to
Resht, ?,stensil-.lv t.. strengllifn the
forcea on the Caaplan, littoral, in reality
denotes the final sbandonmcnt of the
march on Teheran
Head of a Religious Sect Among
the Slaughtered.
Tabriz, .tan. 2. -Bight Persians were
longed rseterday by m ?1er of tha Russian
reurl martini hmI another eight were exe
.ute>1 Ihla afternoon In eonneetl??n with
ih?* recent attach OS the Russisa troops.
Tlie? officers composing the court ?nar
tlal nre trying the prisoners In hatches,
and in nearly every case ?hey aie con?
demned te be summarily hanged and
theii bodies dlsplsyed throughout tha
day In Ihe public square.
Among II.ose hanged are. Rhsgst ol
Islam, the head of on? of the religious
sects ?n?l tiie? chief member of the local
Assembly Seik Saleni
Shna-ed-pnwlet,, brother of the ex
Shah, arrive.I heie thla ?ftei nenn to a?,
rume th? governorship- He was escorted
by a body e?f Cossack?
Semiofficial "Rossia" Indicates
Limitations for New Treaty.
St. Petersburg. Jan. 3.?The "Rossia"
publishes an editorial this mornitiK ?rit
ic isinc the propoaed commercial reprisals
against th? United States as premature
and overo.isty. it ssya thai Russia must
wait until lha I'nitecl States frames pro?
posais, to as-ertain Whether tln-se prenr?
unacceptable. The declaration Of the
abrogation of the treaty of 1R32 ?lid RO?
il'licate tha, ?he question c,f ?he JeWS
???nstltuted the reason for sin h abroga?
"The conclusion of a new treaty,"'
??>?? "Ros?is." "is possible only ir thu
great republic d?.es not introduce the
ImeresfS of the .1? erg Into the suhstan. a
of the n? gotlatlons "
The "Rossia" dtoiis upon the Impossi?
bility of granting privileges in this .on
nectlon. \ ,: .< on American cotton, the
paper pointa ??ut, would open the mar?
ket te. Rrltlsi! und Qerman fooda and
1 ruin business in Russian textiles. It
suggests the introduction <?f foreign cap?
ital and Irriga! Ion
Preference to American Shipping
in the Canal Feared.
London. .Ian. '.'. "The Morning Post"
las ?tart i ?? strong agitation against
the reported proposal of the United
set.- government to grant prcfenr.ee
to Amr-ri.-an Shipping in th.- Panama
Canal. It devotes three ee.lumns. and B
long editogigl this morning to thai sub?
ject, it declaras Ihat such discriminan.ai
would be a vie.laiion of the Hay-Paunce?
fute treaty, and aaya
By no sophistry can the Amerl Sn sov
rrntneni pretend thai it Is not hound by
the terms of foe treaty. An session ?>f
the obligation into whloh It entered would
prove t>> ?he world that its pi. dues ate
"The Morning Post" gives interviews
with various shipping authorities in dif?
ferent British ports, most of whom re?
fuse to believe that the Washington gov
ernm? nt has such an Intention.
Sir Walter Runclman. senior partner i
of Walter Runclman & Co., of New
?astle-on-Tyne and London, thougbt
that if the report W%8 trii" Ihe British
government hnel been Caught napping;
but he doubted if such discrimination.
even if adopt?-.i, would have the s?
I result ??f encouraging traffic- In a
manner to mak?- the canal pay.
.1 H. Turner. Agent General for P.rit
?yli t'olumbla. agr?-?-d that it would be a
violation of the treaty and would serl
oiislv injure British ?'oluinlua. It would
also injure the ?-arm I Itself for man]
year?, until th*- United States had built
up a nuTeantlle fleet.
English Employers and Workers Will?
ing. However, to Listen to Reason.
.Minie! ?-ster. ?I*?? t Ilota Ihe Lancashire
Cotton ?Spinners' l-'?-d.-i alien and tttS ope-ra
llve? in the cotton trade to-clay tgnti IS
meet Sir CeorK?' Askwlth. of Ihr Hoard ?(
Trade, here to-morrow.
<>n Saturday last spinners and weavers t?>
the- number of 250JKJO were pliie-cd en half
lime- as a result of the ?le-mand <>f the
operatives for the dismissal of non-unionist
worker? f ? uni the ?Helena Mill, at A?. ring
Ion, where they *???? employed.
Although the employers and Hie workeis
lav? agreed '" ? reference, the) at the
aauM tin?- bave Intimated their Intentltjs
of ?triil Iv mlhrniig to their presem ?Jeter?.
mlnatton*. There la s*r at hope, however,
-, Qeerge'a ability m ?leading with
fiich situations arm hung aboul a . ..n,pro?
mue. If not a ?ettleineut. of the difflculti.
Extreme Penalty for Collector of
Hudson County, N.J.
Court Ignores Jury's Recommen?
dation for Mercy and Plea of
Ex-Governor Fort.
Seven year?' Imptisonmenl at hard labor
and a fine of ti.???? was tlie penalty lm
peeed on (Jount) ? oil??.tor bHtsphen m.
Kgan in the Court House, Jersey ?'it
terday afternoon by ?uatreuM Court J??
Uce Iwayae for loaning *"flJM of ti??- counfy
fundt lo the late ?Robeti Davis. The ?our?
Imposed the sentence under the old law. in
f??ice at the lime the ?rime was committed,
bul giving the prisoner the benefll of the
law ?)f last year, Which lie doubted would
apply. He fixed seven ?ear? a? the maxi?
mum and one year as the minimum term.
When the sentence, the extreme penalty,
was pronounced Kgati was stagger.-?!. He
swayed an?! probably would have col lapsed
Ir-ol friends not assisted him to a chair.
A writ Of error ?as entered, the ball was
fixed at "_,000, ami ESgan was released until
the Supreme Court and Hie ?'?>urt <>f Brrors
iin?i Appeals shall have passed on technical
question? touching the drawing of th??
grand 'urj by ihe eltaors ami the verdict
?>f Hie trial jury, which adjudged Kg.?'?
guilty, bul declared thai there was Insuf?
ficient evidence <>f Intent to defraud for
personal gain.
Ra-Oovernor J, Franklin Fort moved
that sentence be deferred, contending thai
the verdlcl was not one or guilty, in thai
it set forth there was a lack of eridence
of intent 10 defraud Ihe county, ami
strongly recommended, the defendant lo
the clemency <>f Ihe court He sai?i the
eh?,,i drawn grand Jur> was ,!logall\
drawn, that the grand Jury drawn by the
Sheriff ami discharged bn?l been ?lia?' h ai ?1
summoned before the time <?f the alieg.-?i
offence had been commuted by tlie Bhetifl
Justice Swayse in reply seid Ihe i
found him guilty, bul ninmniendr?! him to
mercy for the reason that there wa* n?> In?
tenl i?> defraud for pet?,.nui _.,in ai d neces?
sarily Implied there wa? an intent to de?
fraud for ???me ?,tber purpose, The prim?
?T-OOSlated, ?he court held, of taking other
people's money ?mi using II for s purpose
for winch it whs n?l Intended and that the
county vaH deprived of %?.'?.'. foi two
?ear? without Interest.
It was ?iiggrstr?! thai the money \?... ?
d?**-*t*ell ?m? Mr i?a\is." ?.?!?l J
Su a we. It ha?l n?>nc of the characteristl? ?
?if a deposit There was no effor' to wuh
draw it. It was tiirm?! o\er to Mr l>? Is
to use r? he plea-?-?!, and It wa? not tntm-l
over a? S loan of ?lie county rnone? . It
was tnined over an?! .? note t??l?en in the
defendant's own name, an?l when thai wa?
pan! ?*oun**el who paid, a? h?- testified, was
careful hlinself t?. *ee thai the money went
?inpetty ?" the ? ounty
After the court mentioned the fact ti at
I'.gan aft?-r bis conviction bed n??? resigned,
. \-<;.,v. t I,-. i, ? ltd thai h>- ba?l ??'? I
under advice <>f counsel Mi Forl lhe(n
made an rornesi appeal, thai ESgan ?
tineiicf-d hy a potentiel power, did aoi r? ii
I/.e that lie was doing anv w r"lig, that the
county ha?l n?,i >?? ? n defrauded, snd that
the rrime ?as not embesslement, but an
nniawf'ii loan, 'it" sentence ??? it.-n Im?
po.. ,|
- a?
Officials Make Regulations for
Visitors to Fleet When in River.
To preienf the over? row ?ling "f ?boats
? on ? ving rlsltors to wstwMpa in ?he North
rt!\er an?! their r-OrHtatH rite? of w n'e?:
many people compte?ted when ?be n??
last h?re, a e?mmltt.-e cmiiposed of repre?
sentan??- "f n,.. federal ami ?it? govern
menta and the na\y me1 yesterdsy at the
Ixpartnnn? of Docks an?l Perries an?l sp?
proved regulations for tin. l>oatmen en
gag'-'i in so? h i, latness
The rule? as appro ? ?! rsterds provide
thai ??w n? r? of boo! il iranspoi ?
ing passengers to naval vessels ?hall nppl?
le the Commissioner of Docks for s license.
number to be displayed on th? ?boats that it
may he caMl? ?llstlngul?he?l hv the dock
suporintetidents an?i by the officers ??f ?he
deck? ?m th<- men of war. The numbers an
to t?e leeued only for th?- time ?luring whi?h
tlie ?hips are in the river an?! are g?,??l only
between designated ships and landing ;
eetebllshed i?\- the ?Doch Department for the
pul p" ? Th<- fare |? limited I?
each wey, an?i boatmen are forbidden to
col!,.? i the ??tarn fare until the return trip
i? under way.
Northwest in Grasp of Storm?
32 Below at Grand Forks.
Iflasoula, M??ni , ,ian. 2 a bHsserd Is
sweeping Western Montana ftom ihe north?
east Snow is falling ?ml 1- drifting be
f?)i?- a strong sind Ti,?- mercury fell M
degrees In five hours to?day at Blooburg
and eatreme cold is reported at Qarrieon,
Three feel of snow have fallen at Lookout,
the summit ?,f the Northern I'acltlc Line in
Hi?- Blttei Root Range.
Minneapolis, Jan t With ?ii<- governmeni
thermometer here registering 19 below aero
to-duy, the cold wave reached Its gi
Intensity Numerous ?tr?-?.i ??is light? were
froaen an?i were azUngutahed hurl nigiit.
Reports si,ow that unusually low tempers
turcs prevail in Other pteCOS, ?irand Korks,
N 1?. being the <?ii.i?-?t. with H degiees be?
low. it was -jh degrees below al Moorhaad,
Minn? Devtl's Lake, N. i>., and Winnipeg,
? 'anaila.
Jenkins and Raymond, of Mount Ver
non, Arraigned on New Indictment.
1ierb.1t Tii, oiioi, Jenkins, president, and
Samuel K. Raymond, ?ashler, of th.? Mount
Vtrrnon National Hank, who were Indicted
?m ix-cember n for misapplication <?f the
??unk? fund?, entered a t, ntativc p!,.., ,,r
not guiitv yesterday before .imige Rough
in tii?- t'ntted stat.? Di-ti?, i Court i,i an
additional Indi? iment.
The new Indictment, ??mtalning eight
?mints, ?barged varliius ?nstame.? of mis?
application <?f the hank s fuml?. just as the
first, which contain?-?! eighteen ,,,anl? The
new l-dlcfsnl ???-alt liai tlcularly will, ;m
unsecured not?- for *j..v-i made by ?Maurice
r, Kllleen, a $.*< a week office boy. This
r?.i?. tii*? indi? ttm-nt alleged, wa? placed t?>
the bank's credit for the purpose of pad?
ding its profits and by hiding Ute '?lummy
loan" front ti"- dlrci-lors the board was
,, led into d.'i lacing a ?llvldend. of which
Jenkins received more than BUM
Fifteen Cents Would Have Changed
Gii's Outlook on Life.
??range. X. I., Jan. :' (Special?.?It was
only a matter of 15 canta that _s_ta life
worth living for Mis? May I>onti? lly. nin.
tren, or death Wsloome, Tlie || <,nt? was
not forthcoming, so she ?wallowed carbolic
a? Id on the street test night. It wa? a
w.ak solution, however, and for that rea?
son she will M**a to be arraigned in tlie
< rung?- pottos ? o?-?-i "it | ?barge <?f ,"
t? mpied ?uiclil?
The girl I? fond of ?lam Ing and ?he ne>.?l
ed the IS cents to make up the prl e
of a ilikel, lia\lng n?, ?\?? ?>rt for la*i
night's affair. She had Ihe I? cents that
?h<- liad boned would ???mplei. th. . 10"
th?- tbkri. bui decided lo Invest Hi? duin
in the lethal potion.
New Jersey Utilities Board Sug?
gests Indeterminate Acts.
1 ?4y T^'sraoh lo Ttir Trll.un*. |
Trenton. N. J., .Ian. 2.?Among the rtCSM?
mendatio.is of the Public t'tllitles Commis?
sion. In its snnual report to the Governor
tO-dsy, is the repeal of the present limited
franchise lew, substituting for it th?- inde?
terminate franchise Tha report says OR
this subject:
There BhouM ba ratabHahed bj la? an
Inileterminate franchise compulaor) for sll
new public utilities;, and permissive-, where
possible under ??xisilng law or l.y mutual
arrangement, for existing public utilities,
providing thsl ihe term? ?.f tha gi.nu ..r
permit ?hall ba indetermitiate- so long as
the operation of ?he nijlliy conforms to the
law of the stati-. atad the lawfully Issued
orders of I lus board, or until purchased by
a munldpellt) : that the corporate property,
exclusive ..f franchisa valuations, and with
all intangible values defined bv law. In a?l
rance, sliall be entitled to a fair return
while operated by the eompany, or its law?
ful sinelesaora or assigna, and shall ba pur
eha?able at a fair prie-e, |f ever taken over
by the municipality or the state.
Some suggestions regarding th? abolition
1 of grade crossing? are gJaa made in the
i report, which also contain? the following
I recommendations:
Public utilities wht.h hereafter issue
bonds for ?ash or property of less amount
! or value than the value of the bond? ?hall
? he. required to ptOVtde out of their earn
! ings for the amortization of the discount at
| winch such bonus bare been issued or soi?i.
and th? rate at which such provision for
i the amortisation shall be made shall be
; sei. tixed and determined bv ?lie Hoard of
Public ?Utility Commissioners.
I The [lowers now conferred by lew upon
i this board empowering It. after hearing, by
order in writing, io direct any railroad or
I street railway company to establish and
maintain Jbet and reasonable connections
should he ?xlended to other utilities Where
possible. Thus, to prevent the wasteful
duplication of telephone Unes and plant In
territory now supplied, by one company, the I
company in possession ought to be required, ;
when so ordered by this board, to estab?
lish connections with other telephone (otn- j
panies upon such term? us this board, if
necessary, may (Ix and establish.
No Interborough Offer, but Some
Progress Reported by McAneny.
There I? to he another conference to-d .
or to-morrow In an attempt to rea?-h >om?
middle ground on which the Interboroug i
and the ?ity may come together f I r th?
extension of the Interboroug!)'? subway
"So far Piere ha? been no Intimation that
the Int? rborough will make a n?*w offer."
said Borough President ?McAneny yester
flay, "although we believe w e have made
>ome progres? In ?lie negotiations. Soin?
thing will have to b? done within a Short
time now. however, as we are Folng ahead
with tie plans that were made by the
Board of Kstlmate- last July.'
I'r.-Mdrnt M.Aneny s8l?t ?lint. e\en shone"
an* chtiuge be pi?ile. I? would not me?y
that the Brookfys Rapid Transit Company
world be depriv?-.l of ? right to Md on the
prepeasd ?Sreaatens) -?"???th ?treet line.
Said Pacha Chooses Colleague!
for Principal Portfolios
Constantinople, Jan. t?The Cabinet h?S
pta. ticallv been reconstituted by "?aid
Pacha, the. ?Iran.I Vizie-, strictly on line?
suggested by the committee of Union and
J'rogre?s. Although not yet officially an?
nounced, It la ?\no-*/n that Nesslb Eff? idl
will hecaim- Shelk-ul-Islam ; Talo.it Bey.
Minister <?f the Interior. Kmrullah Bey.
Minister of Instru? tiofi, and Arlslid P??-ha,
Minister f?f Commerce.
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"Tune Is the Surest Judge of Truth."
CCORDING to historical evolution of human intelli?
gence, b-eer has been brewed from barley and hops
for five thousand years. It h?as always been a favorite
beverage of nations that established the higher physical,
moral ?and economical laws. The time-honored and time
tested custom of brewing and serving lager beer is now
practiced throughout the civilized world and has become
one of the chief industries of all leading countries.
Nineteen hundred .and eleven recorded the most re?
markable epoch in the history of the Jacob Ruppert
Brewery. The largest beer stockhouse in the world was
completed and equipped with the best and most modern
machinery ever installed in a brewery. When the pres?
ent plans and buildings now under construction are com?
pleted, which will be this year, the Jacob Ruppert Brewery
% will be one of the three iargest breweries in the world.
We desire to thank the millions who appreciate our
efforts in producing the pure, unadulterated beverages that
go out under our name and seal, and wish to drink a health
to all for the New Year.
The Beer That Satisfies
Our methods of producing pure, wholesome bottled beer
for family use are not excelled by any brewing house ?any?
where. The beer, first of all, is made from choice sc.ections of
the highest priced materials that can be obtained. After it has
been fully aged and clarified it is forced through pipes direct to
the bottling machines and there automatically bottled and
sealed without coming in contact with outside air or human
handling. From the bottling machines the beer is placed in
steel cases, which protect it from sunlight exposure, and is de?
livered through dealers direct to homes, where it is served
in perfect condition and more pure than water drawn from the
well or a mountain spring. For sale by all dealers and on
draught at first class hotels, cafes and restaurants.
Third Ave., 90th to 93d Street.
Dark Beer.

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