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NO 74 WASHINGTON W ASHING TON D DC C THURSDAY DECEMBER 20 1906 ONE CENT Tf
GIBBONS WILL AID AIDAmerican AIDFRENOH AIDCATHOLICS
FRENOH CATHOLICS CATHOLICS1nerican CATHOLICSmerican
American 1nerican 1Call Bishops Bisll I > S Offer toPay to toPay toPa
Pa Pay Seminarists Sell1in Sc sill larlsts rists Expenses ExpensesPolice El1 1 ses sesFIGH
FIGH 1NG iG IS RJrSlliLED RJrSlliLEDPolice R D DPolice
Police Police and alu1WTorshi1pers Worshipers Y orshil lS Again AgainClash AgnillDlasIl AgainClash
Clash and Several Are Hurt HurtHlfthopric HurtDIIlaOIrlc HurtBishopric
Bishopric antI Seminaries at Xante XanteAre SanteAre ante anteAre
Are Evacuated anti in a Conflict ConflictBetween Conflictetween ConflictBetween
Between Student and the Prefects Prefectsaieii PrcfeetHJlen Prctectslien
lien Revolvers Arc Drawn DrnnGU Gil Jlln JllnSayn BlasSay la laStn
Sayn Say All Are Trying to Follow FollowPresident FollowPresltlent FollowPresident
President Roosevelts ExamplePan ICxannplcParcs Example ExampleParts
Parts Dee IS 1tWhUe While hifs the governments governmentsprojects 5OvertSproje8 gevernmeatzprojee
projects projee regarding r rdg the rem 1Iptou law are areItung arehune arehung
hung up hi the religious reIIc committee of the theChamber teCba theChattrbe
Cba Chamber of Denudes Parisians Pa of all allshades allshad allshades
shades shad of pinion pln are enjoying ettJo a breathing breathingspell breatbIncspell breathingspell
spell spellIt spellIt spellIt
It is stated ted that the Pope some time ago agotold qotolcl agotold
told hie cardinals and bishops vtattmff vieittntRome vtattmffBorne itt1ICRome
Rome that he would pecuniarily assist the theFrench theFrenek theFrench
French clergy If needed The enemies of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Vatican did not believe that the Pope Popepossessed Pope08fte8led
possessed money which cll he could ao use usebut UMbut uaebut
but Pope Leo left mwa 1I001U04 < 9 francs rra to his Idssudceseor hissuccessor hissueceeeor
successor and the expenses of the Vati Vatican VaUeaR Vatkcaa ¬
can have been reduced from SOWCW an annually annuaJly annually ¬
nually to fcMQM i Cardinals CarcJlDaIsprhate possessing poesessitgprivate possessingprivate
private fortunes offered the greater eater part panof partof partof
of their revenues for Franc FrancThe F FThe FranceThe
The American AJ t I1am bishops notably Cardinal CardinalGibbons r tnalGibbons
Gibbons and Archbishop Archb 8hop Ireland Irelandto Iretondjfe IrelancJJIiMrered IrelancJJIiMreredto iered ieredto
to pay part of the expenses of educating educatingIn
In Rome seminarists rt8t expeUed from fromFrance tro troFranee frontFranee
Franee Canada and Brazil also made madelarge ntsaelarge tie tielarse
large offers o en in behalf of the French clergy clergyGlrlK eIerVGlrlll clergyGlrb
GlrlK Bite Policemen PollcenoenOne PolicemenOne
One 0 of the worst incidents so far re reporte4l reported j jported
ported occurred this morning at atNaJttes atNantes j jNantes
Nantes where here the mounted gendar gendarmerl gendarmerle 1 1merle
merle merl for the first time in this thi crisis crisisrode crlarode crisisrode
rode down the manifestants injuring injuringseveral InJartncseveral injuringseveral
several of them The crowd was waslargely wulargel waslargely
largely composed of women The de degree degre degree ¬
gree gre to which they were wrought rought up upcan lPC3a upcaat
can C3a perhaps perha be measured by the fact factthat tactthat factthat
that two girls were arrested on the thecharge thecharge thecharge
charge of biting policemen policemenCardinal policemenCnltllal policemenCard4sl
Cardinal Richard following some e of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the bishops has ordered the suppres suppression S1I S1IIon suppression ¬
sion Ion of of all public midnight m mThe masses massesThe e8 e8The
The prefect of Nantes began at atoclock i ioclock Ioclock
oclock this morning mom to compel the evaeuation evacua evacuation evvuaUon ¬
tion of the bishopric and seminaries there thereTroops tIaereTroops thereTroope
Troops occupied the adjacent adjaeentThe streetsThe streets streetsThe
The prefects men broke in the door of ofthe ofthe o othe f
the bishopric but found that the bishop blsbopWas bin binwas bishopwas
was absent I They turned the priests and andattendant aDdattendant andattendant
attendant nuns out The bishop read a aprotest arotllSt aprotest
> protest rotllSt at the seminary which was not notheeded notheeded notheeded
heeded by the pupils pupilsThe pupUThe pupilsThe
The bishop headed the pupils to theChurch the theChurch theChurch
Church of St Clement 4M protesters prote ter tel tellowiag following tcl10wlag ¬
lowing Th 1 The bishop bi h p after thanking the theprotesters thepretews thepreptgters
protesters withdrew The crowd crowdmade their theirmade tbettmade
made a damonstriigan dlWlOostr Wn before the news newspaper De Depaper newspaper ¬
paper offices and tho lodges l of the FreeMasons Free FreeMasons FreeMuons
Masons and a disturbance followed Po Policemen Po PolIeemen Policemen ¬
licemen were were thrown down do trampled trampledupon trampledupon tramp trampupon
upon and struck with canes They drew drewtheir drewthefr drewtheir
their revolvers but were getting tUng the theworst thfW theworst
worst W rst of the encounter when half a company com company compa1ty ¬
pany of mounted gendarmes ndarmes charged at atfull atfull a afull t
full speed ed and drove back the crowd crowdSome cmwSome crowdSome
Some men and several women were w trampled tram trampled traJDled
pled > upon Three arrests were rere made one oneof ODeor o oof
of the prisoners being a man who was wasalmost Wn8almost w walmost
almost beaten to deathFollow death deathFolloTT d tb tbFol1ow
Follow President Roosevelt ItoosevoitThe RooseveltTbe n4O cnoIt cnoItThe
The Gil Bias becoming somewhat sa satirical satJt1ca1 satircal ¬
tirical finds that the Pope the Kaiser Kateerand Kaiserand Kaberand
and Prime Minister Clemenceau are aretrying all alltrying at
trying to follow the example exam PresidenRoosevelt President PresidentRoosevelt PreddeDtROOIIeftIt t
Roosevelt set them In trying tr7l to impose imposetheir Imposetheir Im Imtheir 1 >
their personal views on everybody The TheGil TheGn TheGil h
Gil Bias found its text In the disposition dispositionof diapositloof A Ahe
of the Reichstag in which bleb it says t tKaiser the theKaiser theJ he
J Kaiser aims chiefly et e at the t clerical party partyand partyand partyand
and has treated it much the the same as the thegovernment thegovernment t tgovernment
government hi trying to treat the Cath Catholics Catholics oathotles ¬
olics in France FranceNot FranceNot FranceNot
Not Not says ya the writer that I blame blamethe aJIIethe blamethe
the independent character of the Pope PopeHave PopeHave
Have you noticed the tendency of o tbe tbechief tbechief thechief
chief of state > in the last few years to tooperate tooperate t toperate o
operate in a strong 8t manner mannerIt mannerIl mannerIt
It was as President Roosevelt I think thinkwho thinkwho thin thinwho k
who gave them the example His fashion fashionof faxhiseof On Onor
of blowing bIowt up the smaller Southern SouthernStates SoutlleruStales SouthernStates
States and turbulent factions and andhis also alsohis al8o1ais
his throwing his personality perso aJtty into all mix mtrups JaIxups mixups
ups In short imposing his will every everywhere e8rywhere everywhere ¬
where has made a school The Cur too toosent toosent toosent
sent the Douma to grass The malcon malcontents malantents ¬
tents seem to have returned calmer calmerNow calmerUNow calmerNow
UNow Now M Clemenceau is showing < the tbeiron theIron t tIron
iron hand in a velvet glove and the to tobukent tur turbulent turbuknt ¬
bulent clamber becomes docile Lastly Lastlythe Lastlythe Lastlythe
the Kaiser er Joins the dance withReichstag with the theReichstag theReicluHa
Reichstag telling t lIIn it to get out or beware bewarethe berethe bewarthe e
the bootCARDINAL boot bootCAEDINAI bootCARDINAL
CARDINAL ISSUES STATEMENT STATEMENTDenies STATE STATEDculcs STATEMENDcnlen
Denies Any Au Parallel Between Frnncand France Franceand c
and the United State StatelolBaltimore StatesBaltimore j
Baltimore Md Dec UCardinal Gib Gibbons Gibbon GI GIbons I ¬
bons bon tonight through throu b Ms secretary etary is issued Ia Iasued s ssued ¬
sued a statement denying that there thereany fa faany Is Isany
ish
any parallel between betw theeatbollc the Catholic Church Churchin Churcin h j jin
in France Fra e and the United States and andcharging aadcha ani anicharging
cha charging b France with unfaithfulness unfaithfulness to toits toits t tits o
its oMtgmttens and conAscating property propertywithout propertywlthout propertwithout y
without due process of law The cardinal cardinalstates cardinalstates card cardstates
states statesH statesHonest j jHonest
Honest H IM8t man do not bold ptat fiat they theyhave 1Iyha the thehave Y
have ha ve acquitted auk themselves of their ob obligations ob obUgaUoaa ohllgatkota ¬
ligations by 1etU letting their due bills run runtill TUntm ru rutill n
till they are dusty d ty and grimy my With vlth age ageNeither a aNeither ageleither
Neither do they question dott that the legiti legitimate Ie leaitimate ¬
mate 1118 te heirs of their creditors succeed to totn totheir t ttheir o
tn their tr lawful rights of their testators testatorsand teetatonsand teatat teatatand
and as rightminded moralists do not notup set setup t tup
up one code of conduct for private te in individuate indivkl i idivldIIala n ¬
dividuate divkl another for public He functionar CuetlorleIS funct functlea functionaries 1orat ¬
leIS they bold that the law Thou steal shaltnot stealnot alt altnot t
not steal applies to States as well as tit citizens dUzen titacne i ¬
acne zen
zensThfe
This h higher h view is just the one which whichthe whlcbt wbkc wbkche h
the t French government < took of their theirligation ob obligation 00JlgaUou ¬
ligation as embodied ht that solemn form formof fanaot fort fortof p
of bilateral contract known as the thecordat con concordat concordat ¬
cordat Varied as have been the fortunes fortunesof fortuneof s
of France in the matter of government governmentduring soYenmteatdurlnc goyernm goyernmduring eat
during the century and more since nee she aheentered sh sheentered C Centered
entered into this compact with tit the tbechurch thechurck t tchurch lie
church whose e existence she has not notable been beenable beenablo
able to ignore Ignoreno no not even in this hour hourwhen hourwhen horn hornwhen r
when she would gladly do M soshenever so she e has hasnever hallJ1eer
never till quite recently dreamed of ofpudiating re repudtatfns re repudlati
pudtatfns pudlati the obligations obI t1oa she then thentreeted con contracted eofttr ¬
tracted tractedAnd tr treetedAnd eted etedAnd
And In this she has siir sirrtly ly been tak taking taki t tlag ¬
ing the tlteTiew view which all Christiandom has hastaken Ita h htaken a s 1 1taken
taken of such compacts Is not t tthe this thisthe thJtho
the way wa our own country count regarded the thequestion thequestJun U Uquestion to
question lately raised regarding r ga rding the thefriars theirian ti tif ae
friars f lar 5 lands in the PhUip P PhW l i nines faiea and andottr ad of ofouf ofotq
ouf church cJtur h property in Porto Ricoin Rico See Seein i
in that we had succeeded to the rights rightsof rllhtof rIgla rIglaof to
of Spain in these islands we did not ba baat balk balkat balkat lk
at assuming her responsibilities respon ibmtlfO along alongwith alongwith alo alowith
with them tht > m
REV In WILLIAM 1l ILUt4 T RlSHELL RISSELLSecretary RlSHELLSecretary JUSSELLSecretftryto
Secretary Secretftryto to the CartHnal tl f111l
WEATHER FORECASTFor FORECAST FORECASTFor FORECASTFor
For the District of Columbia ColumbiaMaryland Columbia1laFland ColumbiaMa
Ma Maryland land and VirginiaSnov VirginiaSnowpossibly Virginia VirginiaSnovpossibly Snoy Snoypossibly
possibly turning into rain tod todJlY todJlYtQmorrow todt ay aytqmorrow
tqmorrow t morrow unsettled and warmerfreshnortheasterlY warmer warmerfresh warmcro warmcrofresh
fresh freshnortheasterlY northeasterly winds be becoming becoming becoming ¬
coming variable variableHERALD variableHERALD variableHERALD
HERALD NEWS SUMMARY SUMMARYPages SUMMARYPac SUMMARYPages
Pages Pac TIDLIBGRAPIIIGIWidowed TBLKGRAPIIIO TIII EGltAPIIIG EGltAPIIIGlWldoed
1 lWldoed Widowed Bride Trite Tel of Bywatars BywatarsDeath BttlJlDatil Bywa tara taraDeath
Death Death1Secretary DatilISecretary Death1Secretary
1Secretary Shaw Nay Head Athtw1l Athtw1lLife Mutual MutualLife XJtbMnLife
Life LifeIDeaver Life1Deaver
IDeaver 1 Denver Merchants Me hlults Boycott DeyoettPattenOa SenatorPatterson Senator SensltrPatterson
Patterson PattenOalPaeket Patterson1Packet
1 lPaeket Packet Blows Up Many Dead n nlQIb Dead1Olbbone
1 lQIb Oibbons Offers O < ers Aid t to French Ckareh Ckarehmen CJutrehIIIeIL Ciarohmen
men IIIeILIHadley menlI3adley i iSHadley
SHadley Flays Oil Treat TreatIA TreatAgod jl jlKAged
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11 UDtebop Bishop McCabe is Dead DeadCOXGUBSSIOVAL DeedCO DeadC0XGRESSIOStL
COXGUBSSIOVAL CO C0XGRESSIOStLCbaaper GRESSIO L LCJteaper
2 Cheaper Gas Ga and Car CarzCaWaet Fns Farse2Cabbet Fns2Cabwet
2Cabwet Officers O lcers Scolded ScokI ScokItHOUH Scolded4Hens
tHOUH 4 Hoooe Without a Quorum QuorumPoraker Quor Quor4loraker Qaorrur4Pbraker
4loraker Poraker After Brownavm B1O Browne llla Pasts Pasts4Relief
4 4Relief HeHef eUef for Car Famine Famhto400q0 Famine4Congo
400q0 4 Congo Matter > atter Goes Over OverLOCAL OftIOCAL OverLOCAL
IOCALSF LOCAL LOCALt LOCALfhboas
t SF fhboas FOBS M Says Navy Must be Increased IncreaaodtOpttoa IIM1rtJM4MltQptton Increasedf1Option
tOpttoa Held on George Walsa WalsaUniversity W V VUDivenity sMng oi oiUniversity
University Property ProPlttTDJalllM Property9James
9 DJalllM James Bryees Name Subwittod Su mltt fbrAmhomdor for forAmbassador 10 10AmbUaador
Ambassador AmbUaadorl Amhomdor1Cosetrneree
13 l 1Cosetrneree Commerce Commission Cannot Locate Locat6Caq LodateCat LocateCa
Cat CatCrime Ca Caq Caq1Crtme
12 1Crtme l Crime Increases in District DistrictHESCTIE DistrictRESCUE DistrictRESCUE
RESCUE EAGLE IN MIDOCEAH MIDOCEANOtfieers MIDOCEAHOfflccrH MIDOCEAIiOf
OfflccrH Of ccru of Liner Stop Ye Ycuel cl to Take TakeAboard TnkeAIJonrcl TakeAboard
Aboard tinge Bird BirdNew DfrdNe BirdNew
New Ne York Yone Dec lWhen 1J When the Anchor AnchorLine orl AnchorLine
Line l ne steamship Furneasia ala arrived today todayfrom todllJlO lodsyrom
from f lO Glasgow Capt Biakeky Btake y brought t tone nsone ns asone
one of his pasafengers an immigrant rant that thatwas tutwall thatwas
was admitted into the country count without withoutso 1 1much
so much as a passing puaJ glance from the theElite theEI1Ia theEns
Elite Ens Islam otitetate and that t within wtthtafew s afern sfew
few hours aura after landing became a natu naturalised aat aatralbed tuazerallnsed ¬
ralised American with Itb permanent ennaDentcUe domi dotdodle domicile ¬
cUe in the Bronx BronxThe BronxThe BronxThe
The newcomer te a 1tu large e brown eagle eaglemeasuring eepeJDea81II1n eaglemeasuring
measuring front 1reWttfJt tn to tip I It feet feet which whichafter wltteb wlttebaIt Whichafter
after aIt following fol the ship for three daysAaally days daysfinally daysftnally
finally dropped dlC into the sea In the ships shipswake shipswake Ips Ipswake
wake on December 11 HO miles m ea west ofthe of ofthe ofthe
the Irish coast eout and was rescued by aboat a aboat aboat
boat hurriedly let down from fro the vesselsside vessels vesselsside v I IkIe
side Never before it is said kI in North NorthAtlantic NorthAtlantic NorthAtlantic
Atlantic marine e annals baa a big liner linerstopped lineratoppecl linerstopped
stopped in mtdsea to rescue anything ex except except except ¬
cept a human being The eagle ea was seen seensoon Meltaoon seensoon
soon after the steamship left the Irishcoast Irish Irishcoast h hcoast
coast behind and WRS watched with in intense in int intense ¬
tense interest by the passengers and andcrew andcrew I
crew of the Furneasia until it gradually graduallywas gnaduallywas graduallywas
was seen to weaken and fast f falling be behind be bebind behind ¬
hind at length tumbled Into the ocean oceanHISGELY oeeaJt1LTDGELY
HISGELY CARRIAGE HIT fiTSenator HITSenator I ISenator
Senator Cranes Crnne H Auto Collide withUnoccupied with vrlthTJnoccnpicil withUnoccnpicII
Unoccupied VehicleWhile Vehicle VehicleWhile YdaleleWh
While on Massachusetts > chUfttta avenue near nearSeventeenth nearSeftatenth nearSeventeenth
Seventeenth street treet northwest yesterday ay a acarriage aoarrtqe acarriage
carriage belonging to Wttham W ltaJa B R1dgely R1dgelyA Hh n nalt ly lyAssistant
A Assistant Stagt alt Comptroller of tine tb Treasurycollided Ireuv7eoIUded Treasury
collided TC h an elect eIec automobile automobilebreaking atomobtleI automobilebraking
I I breaking tit a jtole of the carriage carria e aftd aftdcausing idmusing
causing the homes to run away a y The Theautomobile TIaeautomobile Theautomobile
automobile owned by Senator Crane of ofMassachusetts ofMaaachuaetts ofMassachusetts
Massachusetts was badly scratched and andon andof andof
on of the seats was wa torn off offThe offThe offThe
The carriage was turning < out from the thecwrt eC1IItt
curb > In front t of i707 Massachusetts claUfiet claUfietwhere ave aveaoe aveaou
aou aoe where Miss Catherine RUeety 1t and andMr aMJIIirw andrfttiC
JIIirw Mr Bower had just left it It whoa w It was wastruck wasstrucit
truek truck by the auto which was drivenby driven drivenby drtvenby
by A K X Clavengor Clav the chauffeur I Iorder 1JI 1JIorder Inorder
order to stop the frightened horses the thedriver tiledriver thedriver
driver Joseph Waddy WaM was required to totbwaw totblllftw tothabw
tbwaw them down injuring one of them thatNeither themNeither themNettlMr
Neither driver was hurt hurtFIVE burtFIVE
FIVE DIE IN BORING BURM tG HOUSE HOUSETwenty HOUSETwenty
Twenty Others Narrowly Esoape EscapeDeath EsoapeDeath EsoapeDeath
Death from Suffocation SuffocationXeccNMnry SnffooatioJ SnffooatioXece SuffooationXecessaryy
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XeccNMnry Xece nr to Flee for TEEIr fII r Liven a aSpread aJIC aJICFlnmcK asS asFlames
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Flames In in Bnfinlo ufTn1cfIfuJhlfng ufTn1cfIfuJhlfngSltrClul Bajldtg
Spread n1 ItaiilrtlyB4Eak Itaiilrtly fifliidlyBatfaie hIi hIiI
B4Eak N Y Doc ltFtv 1IYhretbetr persons personstest
test their Hires Irethe in tile the burning tenrins of a aroommg aIOOIIda arasrstug
roommg house shortly before nrtdiitght nrtdiitghttonight rsidntghttotight ht httonlsbt
tonight The dead are areXn aren areTin
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CHARLKS CIUIlLlCSBX ltlsa KKAK KKAKThe < seed tweIIt7 a a oIII oIIIThe
The building was eituatHl st t IS 1 Pros Prospect Propeel Prosport ¬
peel avenue about five squares from the thecenter thecenter thecenter
center of the business IJ sinea district districtHow districtHow districtHow
How the lire started no one can tell tellbut telJBut tellbut
but the flames spread so quickly that thatthose thattboIe
those who died were suffocated in their theirrooms theirroo theirrooms
rooms roo before they had a chance to escape escapeFully eacpeFulbr
Fully twenty t nty persons went out through throughwindows thro b bwtndoWli
windows and saved ved themselves themselvesDecoration them8dveDcorttlon
Decoration for Mr = UrUeCormicl UrUeCormiclPart McCormick McCormickParis McCormickParis
Paris Part Dec 1 ItDr Dr Motono Itchlro Itchirothe Itchlrothe
the Japanese Ambassador Am ltaador visited Mr MrR IrR
R R S S McCormick the American Ambas Ambassador Amba3adore Ambasender ¬
adore today and offered him him in the thename thename thename
name of the Mikado a high hleh decoration decorationin
in recognition of hl hIs services In caring caringfor earlngfor
for Jaiwnese Interest at St Petersburg Petersburgduring Petersburldurinit
during the war with Russia It is s as assumed assumed asturned ¬
sumed that the decoration will be conferred con conferred conI ¬
ferred when Mr McCorraiek leaves J the thediplomatic thediplomatic
diplomatic service serviceilomtiM aerlreUomhM serviceIlonhbs
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Lodz Russian Poland Dec 19 ItTwo ItTwobomba Two Twobombs o
bombs were w re Nown t hjcown rowa at Chief of Police PoliceChrsanowiiRt PoliceCkrsano
ChrsanowiiRt Ckrsano kt h fl9l n H f to today while bUe he hewas hewas
was driving drtvi dr1v1p thv rptlgtt egk isk one ow of the prin principal prlnripel ¬
cipal streets atreetaTJte The horse terse drawing the theI tbevehicle e
I vehicle and the driver were killed bu buChrunowskl but butChrzanowski butChrzanowski t
Chrzanowski escaped with slight in injuries InJuriea ¬
juries His HI carriage was completely completelydestroyed coMPletelydMtruycd completelydestroyed
destroyed Several dragoons d dtsgoonswlao QQ who were wereescorting were e
escorting 8 the police chief > 7 were 8re mor mortally mortally ¬
tally Wounded WoundedGift WoUAdec1Gift w + ourWdt l
Gift from fromUrH Jlrs Russell Sn SneNew Sage e eNew
New York Dec IS l1ts Mrs Russell Sage Sagehas Sagebu Sag e
has made de a Christmas present of fifteen fifteenacres Alteenacres Afteeuacres
acres of of land lanel valued at R t GXCM me to New NewYork NewYork N NYork
York University It comprises the old oldSchwab oldSeftwab of d
Schwab farm which w h adjoins the uni university lnlvendty untverd4 ¬
versity grounds on the south It Its is said saidthat saidthat
that this te the beginning tnil of a camps campaign campaignof
of safe re and sane liberality on the part partof IJiartof laar t
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on Board Believed Dead DeadSINKS DeadSINKS DealSINKS
SINKS IN MISSISSIPPI MISSI IPPI IPPI RIVER EIVEESteamer RIVERStC1J11cr RIVERSteamer
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W T Scovell owned and operated by b the theVteksburg thelcksbJ11r theVicksburg
Vicksburg and Davis Bend Packet Com Company ColDMUI Cornony ¬
pany MUI p ony was Mown up p this afternoon at atOdd atOotcl atGold
Odd Dust Gin a few mites from LoneLanding Lone LoneLandtag LoneIAndlne
Landing LandtagAmong IAndlneA LandingAmong
Among A the known dead Is Lev Loyal Verger Yergera
a cotton seed agent agentCapt aplltCapt agentCopt
Capt John A A Quackenbos his hisWad son sonWade sonWade
Wade Quackenboss and Clerk Schmittare Schmidt Schmidtare SetalDkkare
are missing and believed < to have boon beenilled boonkilled eItJdlled
killed k illed Capt Quackenboss QuackeD coat was wasfound wufound sacsound
kf
found f 3 190 yards from tbe wreck Therewere There Therewere ThereWe1C
were about eignteen negroes Jte5 on onnone board boardnone hoardnone
none of whom have been accounted for forGold torGold forGold
Gold Dost Gin te twentyfire miles south southof Guthof southf >
o of f Vicksburg Vick8 on the Louisiana side o othe of ofthe ortlM
the Mississippi River The Scovell left lefthere lefthere lefthere
here yesterday afternoon aCter OOft on the trip to toDavis toa toDavis
Davis a vis Bend and was returning when the theaccident theaccident theaccident
accident occurred occurredRobert occurredRobert occurredRobert
Robert C Wilkerson a local laaura insurance insuranceman 1Iaceman > ce ceman
man had insurance on the steamer but butwill butwill
will not make any statement tonight as asto IUSto asto
to how much and with whom the insur fnsnrance insurance Iuranee ¬
ance was carried carriedWOULD carrIeWOULD carriedWOULD
WOULD RAISE CARRIERS PAY PAYRepresentative PAYRCIreJllentnthe PAYRepresentative
Representative Greene Propones In Incrcaflc Incrcnlc increase
crease of o J1OOO 100 1000 to 51200 51200To 51200To l OO OOTo
To meet in part the recommendation of ofthe ofUte ofthe
the Postmaster Po tma8Ur General that tbe compen compensation compensation compensatlon ¬
sation of postal H tal employes be increasedMr increased increasedMr Inerea8eClMr
Mr Greene of Massachusetts MA85aChu etts has Intro Introduced introueecl1L introduced ¬
duced ueecl1L a bill making the salaries of letter lettercarriers Jetterearners lettercarriers
carriers ht towns and small cities i1OOf i1OOfand 1008 1008and 1 1and
and of those in the larger I er cities U200 1 1year 200 a ayear ayear
year yearMr yearIr yearMr
Mr Ir Greene says he te In n favor of a gen general genel31 getoral ¬
oral increase in the salaries of govern government sovernment government ¬
ment employes but believing that nochaos no noclass noclass
class of employes work harder for themoney the themoney tilemon
money mon y they the receive than do tho letter carriers carrer car earrer4 ¬
riers rer he te confining < his efforts to a move movement met metlIteltt movement ¬
ment in then thelrbeMJf behalf They have had nomodmesdon no nomodification nomodlfteatlon
modification of their pay Pfi tor twenty twentyyears t twentyyears wentrY611J8
yearsAll years yearsAll Y611J8AU
All private employers of labor hav1n hav1nset having havingset naviarset
set the example of voluntarily raising raisingwsges ra15l ra15lwages raisingwages
wages to keep pace with nigh I gh prices and andincreased andincreased tndIncreased
increased cost of living Mr Greene be believes be believes helievee ¬
lieves the government should not further furtherdelay furtherdela furtherdelay
delay dela making the provision naked skd for forTTTO forTwo forTwo
Two Killed When lten Train Hits Cow CowVicksburg C01TVlck CowVicksburg
Vicksburg Vlck urg Miss Dec 19 InEngineer InEngineerCalvin 111EngineeCalvin Engineer EngineerCalvin r
Calvin Prince and Fireman George Gcor e Wat Watson Watson VAt VAti ¬
i son were killed and the express messen messenger messenber meeseagem ¬
gem name n me unknown seriously injured as asthe RSthe a athe s
the result of train No 12 2 of the Yazoo Yazooand Ynzooand YazooAtud
and Mississippi U Valley Railroad striking strikinga
a cow and being beI derailed derail late today at atSouthwood atSouthwood a aSouthwood t
Southwood near here hereEleven hereIjlen11 heret
t Eleven Ijlen11 lcrcn Killed in Mexican Wreck WreckMexico frce frceMexico
Mexico City CIt Mex Dec ItThe IS The engiaeer engi engineer engineer ¬
neer and nd fireman and nine passengers passengerswere passengersIwere s
Iwere were killed in the wreck of a passenger pttSiSengerI passengertrain passengertrain r
I train near Tlaeotepec on the Mexican MexicanSouthern can
Southern Railroad d today according to a adispatch adt adispatch
I dispatch dt patch from rom Puebla More than twent twentpassengers twenty twentypassengers twentyn y
passengers n en were injured injuredAllcprcil injuredAllc injuredAlleged
Alleged Allc cIl Counterfeiters Arrested ArrestedNew ArrcCtec1lew trrertedNew
New York Dec 19 190n On a charge of con conspiring conaphins ¬
spiring to manufacture and Issue Counterfelt counter counterfelt counterfeft
felt W9 pesos notes of the republic o oColombia of ofColombia orl f
l Colombia Samuel Bohen and Samuel Samueldero SlmuelOtero
dero were ere arrested lUT sted today and arraigned arraignedbefore arrnlcnedbefore arraignedbefore
before Commissioner Shields and heM heMfor hklfor hekfor 1
for trial Both men pleaded not guilty guiltyA
A Ala la Carte Lunch Served Daily Dailyat Dnn Dnnat Dullyat
at Ecksteins s from 12 to 3 1412 14 141 N K Y ave avePennsylvania arePcnnnylvnnia lePcnn
Pennsylvania Pcnn hnnt Railroad Holiday I1oJIJ1 Special SpecialTrain SpcclnlTrnfn SpecialTrain 1
Train Drrcmbcr 20 20Tbe 0 0The oThe
The Chicago Limited solid Pullman
train of drawingroom drawing room and compartmen compartmensleepers compartment compartmentsleepers t
sleepers d diner JIr observation car and club clubsmoker c clu clusmoker ub ubIHDOker b tb
smoker all electric lighted lI hted will loave IOIlveI loan s
Washington 84g i p m December D cemher 20 run running running ¬
I ning through to Chicago arriving urr1 mg at atp atD 1
I D m No extra fare
FATALLY SHOT BY BANDITS BANDITSXcvr BANDITSXew BANDITSNew
New York Chinaman Resists Robbers Rob RolilicrN Ro1JerH
licrN and lit Wouurteil WoundeclNew WouurteilNew VouudedNew
New York Dec 19 ItThree Three men said saidby aklby saidby
by the police Itce to be members of a band bandof balMl4t bandof
of robbers that has been terrorizing terrorizingshopkeepers terrGrtt terrGrtt8bopket terrorlatsgshopkeepers
shopkeepers 8bopket > pen on the West Side 1418 fatally fatallyshot fatallyshot ata1I ata1Ibot
shot bot Yee Lee I a Chinese laundry laaacirymA man on onWest OftWest onWest
West fiftysecond JItty ecOlNl street this evening eveningHe efenh efenhHe eveningHe
He was taken to the New York Hospi Hospital HOJJIta1 Hospital ¬
tal in ta x a dying condition conditionLee eo send IUOIt IUOItL Lion Lionw
Lee L w b o Is I only twentytwo years yearsold years61d yearnold
old with lth ids partner were ere working workingaway woringaway
I away in the laundry when whe the door dooropened dooropened
opened and three rovghlooklng char characters daarGet characters ¬
Get acters enteredGive entered enteredGive eatfteduGhe
Give a jfln ° t11e money oeDor or we will Ill fill fillyou tillyou 1
you 7 fall of feggV A Mid one of the three threeThe thr thrI tJaron
I The Oriewtnfc on refused to hand everany over overI Q r rBY
I any cash Onfof OsE of them made made a more movedick morepick MOftJ
< J pick up a aweapon weapon when a shot S rang rangout rangout
out Lee fell and the robbers robbersJEFFEESON < pod pedJEFFERSON podJEFFERSON
JEFFERSON DAVIS WEBB BORN BOENIs J BORNIs ORN ORNb
Is tbp th First GrentKTan Grantgrandson Iinoii o of Con Confederate Confctlerntc Confederate ¬
federate President PresidentColorado IrcHldent00I0rwI IrenidentColorado
Colorado Springs D Dec c 1JMrs Jfc Mrs Gerald GeraldB
B Webb Vi ebb yesterday gave p e birth to the Ant flrstgreatgrandson Anttprand80n Arstgreatgrandson
greatgrandson tprand80n of the Jato President Jef Jefferson JelI Jefferson ¬
I ferson Davis Da of the Southern Cooled Confederacy CooledI Coaledeltel ¬
eracy Mrs Webb was formerly Mtefi MiesVarina MtefiYarina sVarina
I Varina Hayes daughter of J Addison ABdteoaHayes AAttI80nHayes AddisonMayes
Hayes of this city Mrs Hayes Hayess is a adaughter adIa1Iabur adaughter
daughter of Jefifersoa Davis DavisMrs Da DaMnJ DavisMrs
Mrs Webb Y bb only recently returned froman from froman nHn nHnaa
an extended exteadecJ trip to England En Switzerland Switzerlandand SwltzftlaDaU Switzerlandand
and other European countries countries with her herhusband MthuabaDd herhusband
husband Their Th lr return tuD tans 111M hurried so sothat Hthat sothat
that the Ant greatgrands ot Jefferson JeffersonDavis JetIenoaDavis JeffersonDavis
Davis an mt M be born on American soilIt soil soilIt 8011It
It is oMorstood tood that Baby Webb r ebb will willbe willbe ill illbe
be christened Jefferson Jefer aon Davis WebbFEAR Webb WebbEEAH rebb rebbFEAR
FEAR FOE OVERDUE STEAMER STEAMERVe STEA1wIERVeNICe1 STEAMERVessel
Ve Vessel el Has SOU OU Paenjrerj fromlaMkn fromtaska from
Alanka laMkn and n iOOOOO < > 00M in Gold GoldSeattle GoldSeattle GoldSeattle
Seattle Wash Dec It ItThe The The steamer steamerPennsylvania sleamerPennylvanla steamerPennaylvacia
Pennsylvania Capt Blain bound to toSeattle toSeatu toSeattle
Seattle from Valdec Vald z Alaska with about aboutoe
266 20 oe passengers and 66004 OOt in gold is isnow i inow isnow
now six days overdueThe overdue overdueThe overdueTIM
The vessel v SIel eftValdes leftValdex December tThe 8 8The IThe
The run to Seattle is usually u ua1J made In Infive Infte infire
five days or less Since leaving thorethe th there therethe re rethe
the vessel ves el has not been sightedThe sighted sightedThe sightedThe
The most severe storms of the seasonhave season seasonhave seaHnbavt
have been raging ra < tnc in northern waters watersPEOF watersPROF watersPROF
PROF CARL HAU EXTRADITED EXTEADITEDWnliinKtoninn EXTRADITEDYa EXTRADITEDWanlalugtorainu
WnliinKtoninn Ya hinptoinll Must Face Murder MnrderTrial JlnrdcrTrltl MurderTrial
Trial In Germany GermanyLondon GcrmnnyLoac1on GermanyLondon
London Dec 19 ILProf Prof Carl Hau of ofWashington of ofW ofWashington
Washington W on D C will be extradited from fromLondon fromLoIHJon fromLondon
London to Germany for trial on the thecharge thecfta thecharge
charge cfta of having murdered his mothoriii mothoriiitew mothorInlaw motherislaw
law Frau Moiltor hi BadenBaden on onthe onthe onthe
the night of o November 6 5The 6The i iTIle
The prisoner prisoner was brought t into the Bow Bowstreet Bowstreet I
street station in a a state of physical col collapse collapse ¬ I Ilapse
lapse today tocia and after the magistratehad magistrate magistratehad magi3trRtehad
had granted the extradition and had given givenhim givenhim givenhim
him fifteen days in which to prepare awrit a awrit arlt
writ rlt of o habeas corpus he had to be sup supported supported supported ¬
ported by by friends when token from the theroom theroom theroom
roomHis room roomHte
roomID His counsel coun when the case case was calledtold called calledtold canedtold
told the court he Had been given to under understand underttaad understand ¬
stand that as all the evidence came C me from fromGermany fromGermany
Germany there was w no chance of lighting lightingthe fighUngthe fightingthe
the extradition and that he was willing willingthat wIJUnsthat willingthat g
that his client return to Germany fa for fortrial fortriaJ r
trial The German Mn lawyer who Is to have havecharge haveharp havecharge
charge of his d defense in Germany waspresent was waspresent WIUSpresenl
present at the hearing and stated that thathe tb thathe t the
he Is confident Hau will w l be cleared when whenthe whenthe
the case comes to trialTyphoid trial trialTyphoid trJaJTIhold
Typhoid oh increase Incrc se In Scranton ScrantonScranton ScrantonScnuslon ScrantonScranton
Scranton Pa Dec 18 1IFort 10Fortyeigh Fortyeight Fortyeightnew oiSbt oiSbtnew t
new cases of typhoid fever were re reported reported ¬
ported to the board of health today todaymaking todaymakIng
making a total of 2S7 S1 cases for thi thimonth this thismonth thismonth s
month The epidemic has been traced tracedto tmcedto trace d
to the water supply Mayor DImmIek DImmIekannounces DlmmlekKnnounces Dimmfeannounces k
announces that the city has plan planunder plans plansunder plnnsundtr s
under way y for opening an a emergency i1nergoneyho emergencyhospital tltergonchospital y
hospital hospitalPOINT ho plt I IPOINT
POINT FOR THE ADVERTISER ADVERTISERThe 4
The Washington Herald has hasa hasa
a larger arger circulation in Washington Wash Washington Washington ¬
ington than was ever before beforeattained beforetblined
attained by a morning news newspaper newspaper newspaper ¬
paper here It is a a home cir circulation circulation ¬
culation culationjug too and it is grow growing growing ¬
ing every day
WAR ON PATTERSON PATTERSONDenver PATTERSONDenver PA11ERSOIDeliver
Denver Merchants Plan a aBoycott aBOjrcott aBoycott j
Boycott on NewslPaperINJURES Newspaper NewspaperINJTJEES N CSpalCr CSpalCrmJURES j
INJURES BUSINESS INTERESTS INTERESTSInsist INTERESTSInsist INTERESTSInsist
Insist That the Killtorlal Utlltorlnl Policy of oftlic o otlac
the Rocky Mountain Not Must > Innt BeClinngedPolltbut De DeCianped DeClannfedPoUtiOIlI
Cianped ClannfedPoUtiOIlI ClinngedPolltbut Foliticul Feud Motive MotiveColorado JlotlcColor MotiveColorado
Colorado Color clo Man Says lie Will 111 upholdthe Uphold Upboldthe Upholdthe
the Dignity DInlt of thc Press PrewnSpecM IreHHSpedaI
i iSperlrl
SpecM te T TIN B WMktaatStt W ItaaM ItaaMDenver lwDenver f eak eakDeaver
Denver Colo Cole Dec H 3Deaver Dv DvIa Denver pvstoesc buMneeehitteats pvstoescinterests
Ia interests are again a trying to coerce Seas Senator eaaT Seasit ¬
tor T M Patterson to change the thetortal e edI edItonal V Vtorlal
tonal volley of his morning JDOIJIID newspaper newspapertbe arqpapertIN newspaperhe
tIN RoCky Mountain NewsA News NewsA New8A
A mass JIHl meeting attended by nearly nearlyevery aearITenry nearlyevery
every advertiser In Denver was held this thisevening thiseeDln thisevening
evening eeDln On the plea that business in interests 10tele interests ¬
terests t8 ware being injured It was decided decidedt decidedlo e4tit
tit t withdraw advertisements until arctime scl sclI 1C 1Ctime
I time as the News owner complied with withtheir wtUttheir withtheir
their demands or until a possible com compromise COJDpronal corpromfae ¬
promise promiseTwo pronal promfaeTwo e eTwo
Two years ago ail the dry goods pod stores storesin stOlWin stormin
in Denver boycotted the News but Pat Patterson PattnoD Patterson ¬
terson defied them t ant ana sought a controlling con controlling control ¬
trolling trol tater in a Mr 4nr goods store storeBy IftoreBy storeBy
By advertising this t stostt be compelledtbs compelled compelledUw CODtpelIecItile
Uw others to get in Hnhte nre II I1I1g time the theboycott tbet th thboycott e
boycott t te much more serious because becauseJSG boeeautJeman becausemany
JSG many man Arms are back of it It Thisnoon This after afternoon fier fierIIOOft afterwith
noon a long 1 conversation D was held heldPatterson with withI wIttaPattenon
I Patterson over the leased 1 wire and Pat Pati Patteron Patterson
i terson promised the business mens com committee eommlttee cornmittee ¬
mittee that he would soon return returnA retw retwA rettrnA
A flerce political feud betty betvy bet Patter Patterson P tterson Palterson ¬
son and Mayor Speer It Is jite ds even evening evenIng evenbig ¬
ing was the motive of the fauerson IatterSNtItatats on oaslaughts onslaughts ¬
slaughts The demands 8 nwd trade hy It byNews the theNews tlteNews
News are coupled with 1tla the statement statementColorado that thatColorado thatColorado
Colorado had not a republican re form tersegovernment of ofgovernment 0ftmmt
government governmentWill governmentlviil ftmmt ftmmtWill
A
Will Uphold Dignity of Press PrcenSenator PressSenator Pre PreSenator
Senator Patterson ht discussing fIIKuHI the thematter UtemaU thcmatter
matter maU r te IMt t night J gh4 saidIt saM saMIt aldIt >
It te s my belief that the tools of two twoof twoof t tof wO
of Denvers great utility util1t corporations JoDs s sbehind are arebehind Aftbehind
behind this movement In Denver t tare tho thoare tlMfe tlMfeare
are two great reat utility corporations oorporatloaatlte oorporatloaatltestreet eorporat eorporatStreet the thestreet
street railway and the water supply com company eompanyhleh cornpangwhich ¬
pany panyhleh which are trying t1I to rob the people peopleof peopleof peopleof
of Denver P nver of a 9C0MMM franchise I have havebeen Imvebftn hav havbeen e eedge
been doing doiQ all in my power puw r te fight n ht th thcorporations these thesecorporations thtfieeorporatJons edge
corporations They have their tools in inthe Inthe i ithe n
the chamber c am of commerce and the real realestate realestate realestate
estate exchange and through these e tools tootethey toolstbe t tthey
they tbe propose te defeat my policy policyIt pelJcyIt policyIt
It is true that I held a long consulta consultation eonaultaUon consutation ¬
tion with them yesterday afternoon but butmade I Imade Imade
made no no statement to the effect that I Iwas IWAS
was going back to Denver De er right away awayInformed I Iinformed Iinformed r
informed them that I would I tdcl return for forthe flrthe f fthe m
the holidays leaving here Friday and andat andKt a aat
at that time would see them Such has hasbeen hallbeen ha habeen s
been my m intention all along I propose proposeso
so far as ft is in my m power to uphold th thdignity the thedignity thedisnlt1
dignity and manhood of the press s and I Iwill Iwill
will not permit any body of outsiders to todictate todictate t tdictate o
dictate or control the policy of the pa papers prlpers ¬
pers I own ownThe ownThe ownThe
The editorial which they demand that thatI i iI
I retract I have not even seen Common Commondecency COnlnondecency Com Comdecency u ses
sesI
decency and honesty bon ty demand that thatshould I Ishould Ishould
should be heard before antagonistic steps stepsare stepsMre sleptare
are taken I do not intend to go home in inany InRny I Iany n
any antagonistic an sonIsUc frame of mind but am amonly amonly a aonly m
only going to defend my rights rightsSoap rlghtsSonp
Soap Manufacturer hurt HnrtSan lIurtSan hurtSan
San Jose Cal Dec 19 U9A A dispatch to tothe totho1feIury t o
the tho1feIury Mercury from Pacific PItc c Grove says E EP EP
P Gamble a soap manufacturer of Cin Cincinnati Cincinnati ¬
cinnati was seriousiyllojtired serlously1t seriously 1njnred ured last night nightby nigbtb t
by b falling into a broken brokhn brok n roadway rcmdvt He is isunconscious isunconscious i s
unconscious unconscious and nd attending physicians physiciansfear physicIAnsCear physicianfear a
fear his injuries may j fIOVe rove rove fatalICilicd fatal fatalKilled fAtalIIIlell
Killed with ills Bride BritleNew DrhleNew BrideNew
New Brunswick N J Doc 18 It18ac It18acC 19IsaacDunn Isaac IsaacC
C Dunn and his young bride were were In Instantly Instantly n n5t8ntl ¬
stantly killed early today at the Steal Stealton SteoJton 5t04lltun
ton crossing by being ing struck by a afreight afreight
freight train The couple were driring drif drifing drl drlIng
ing home and crossing the tracks did didnot didnot dl dlnot dl
not see an onrushing trainSpecial train trainSpecial trainJ1cclt1
Special Chicago Service SlrctPennThnnln SlrctPennThnnlnRnllrolIl ServicePcnnsylvanlRailroad Pcnnftylvanla PcnnftylvanlaRailroad a
RailroadTo Railroad RailroadTo RnllrolIlTo
To accommodate heavy hen holiday holiday Idal travel travelthe trAv travelthe I Ithe
the 545 p m Chicago Cblc go Limited L k December December2ft 15ecembo r
2ft will run through at a a salULPuHmuu salULPuHmuutrain s91LdPbJlmnQtIltln 1 Pullmn Pullmntrait k
train from Washington csttrylacSmwing csttrylacSmwingroom eu1t C awing awingroom wing wingroom
room and compartment pteepen aepe diner dlaarobservation dinerobe dinerobcdrrvatlon
observation obe rVfUon ear and ch clW cl tIIft swiir No Noextra Noextra N Nextra 0
extra fare
J
DEMANDS SECOND AUTOPSY AUTOPSYAttorney AUTOPSYAttorne
Attorney Attorne fur Mrs Mr XcII Wants toProve to toProve toProe
Prove Iluiilinnd n Suicide SuicideNew SuicIdeNew SuicideNew
New York Dec 1 lIFrom From the present pres present present ¬
ent indications Mrs Catherine Neil Neilwho Neilho Neilwho
who ho la 1 locked up in the Tombs prisonon prison prisonon prisonon
on a charge of killing her husband husbandJoseph huslHLndJ husbandJoeeph
Joseph J ph Nell N n 8 blacksmith at t Green Greenwich Greenwicb Greenwich ¬
wich Conn will not be taken back to toConnecticut toConnecticut toConnecticut
Connecticut before before the end of the week weekThe weekThe weekThe
The prisoners counsel Edward EdwardGreenthal EdwardGroenthal EdwardGreenthal
Greenthal went to Greenwich today to toconsult toeonult toconsult
consult with the tile prosecuting attorney attorneyand attorneyand attorneyand
and to make a formal request for a aperond afIefond
perond autopsy of the body in order to tosubstantiate totlub tosubstantiate
substantiate tlub tanUate the theory that Neil Neilkilled NeBkilled Neilkilled
killed himself Lawyer Greentbal said saidIf saidIf Id IdJ
If Mrs Neil went before a jury and andadmitted ILndadmltLocI andadmitted
admitted that she he killed her husband husbandshe husbandiihe husbandshe
she would assuredly be acquitted acquittedI
I have ha 0 witnesses to prove that on onmore onmore onmore
more than one occasion Neil threatened threatenedto threatenedto
to kill herNet her herNell berNell
Nell was a victim of the drug dm habit habitand 1ea1 habitand 1t 1tand
and dozens of times threatened to kill killhimself kl1lhlmeelf killhimself
himselfBANK himself himselfBANK hlmeelfBANK
BANK IS SWEPT CLEAN CLEANy1 CLEAN3l
m 3l y1 All That Remain of 100000 100000DepoHltx 100000DepoHItJC 100000Deposits
Deposits in Chicago ChicagoChicago ChlcngoChIcago ChicagoChicago
Chicago Dec IS ItExcept Except for 315 3J6 In Incash Incuh n ncash
cash utter failure has ba attended ah efforts effortsto effortsto effortsto
to find an a article of value representing the theJ0e
1160000 J0e 100 deposits de 8It in the defunct Lincoln LincolnBank LlneolnBank LincolnBank
Bank of Morton Park There are aecurities securi securities NCVnties ¬
ties to a considerable amount in the vault vaultbut YlLUltbut vaultbut
but these are declared by Receiver Jenni Jennlson Jennison Jennison
son to be worthless worthlessEven worthlCHVft worthlessEven
Even the bank property was transferredby transferred transferredby transrerredb
by b President Atkinson before the failureand failure failureand failureand
and his residence is mortgaged for all It isworth is isworth Iswortb
worth worthThe worthThe
wortbThe
The receiver predicts that the i5 32S will willbe winthe willbe
be the only dividend dividendAtkinson dividendAtkilUlOn dividendAtkinson
Atkinson has not been arrested but will willnot wtUROt willsot
not be allowed to leave his home pending pendingan
an investigation investigationSTEALS InvestlgaUOnSTEALS investigationSTEALS
STEALS CHRISTMAS MONEY MONEYWoman MONEYYomnn MONEYWoman
Woman Yomnn Robbed Wins Win VlnK Freedom and andGifts nndGlftll andGlfta
Gifts with Her Story StoryNew St01New StoryNew
New York Dec It 1tIrs Mrs Mrs Kate Smith1 Smith1was Smftllrobbed Smithiwas
was robbed of the money she had saved savedto savedto savedto
to buy Christmas presents for her four fourchildren fourchildren
children She could not bear to disap disappoint dlstippoIII dsappohnt ¬
point t the little ones so she stoic st 1 thethings the thethings thethblga
things she had intended to purchase purchaseToday pure e eToday e eToclay
Today presented IIfe entecl in court on n the thecharge tMcIuu1e thecharge
charge of shoplifting she told her story
So moved was Magistrate Steinert that thathe tltatIe tha thalie t
he said he would Ould gay y for the thingsWhen things thingsWhen thlnpWbea
When the manager of the department departmentstore departmeJttROIe departmenttore
store s tore beard the real life Christmas trag tragedy tragedy ¬
edy he withdrew the charge c The Smith Smithchildren SmithchlJdnm Smithchildren
children will receive a call from Santa SantaClaus SantaCIa SantaClaus
CIa CIaSKULL Claus ClausSKULL
SKULL FRACTURED IN HAZINGFreshman HAZING HAZINGFreJCJnl1nn
Freshman nt Berkeley llerkelc May Iny Die as IIIUeKult anResult
Result of Fraternity Tubbll1 Tubbll1Berk TubbingBerkeley Tubbing TubbingBerkeley
Berkeley Berk ley Cal Dec m DAs As a result of ofhazing ofbaz1nt o ohazing f
hazing in Kappa Alpha Fraternity Lodge Lodgeat Lodgeat
at the University of California Floyd B BAlton BAllan BAllan
Allan a freshman lies at his home suf suffering suffering setaring ¬
fering f from a fractured skull and otit otitserious other otherserious othererious er
serious injuries injuriesLast lajurteLa8t injuriesLast
Last Wednesday Wedneada Allan Ails was guilty guilt of ofsome or50IDe v vome
some s ome Infraction of the house roles and andupper aDdupper a aupper Ad
upper classmen prescribed tubbsgAiling tubbing as asfitting AS4tthag
fitting punishment Allan fought Aedthe fled te tethe 18the
the roof of the house to and fen forty f fto fe feet feetto t tto
to the groundBOY ground groundBOY 1Iftd
BOY GETS LIFE LIFE SENTENCE SENTENCEHit
Hit Playmate Plnnl te with Brick and Burled BnrletlHim urlel urlel11i d dhint
Him 11i m Alive AliveChicago A1heCllIea aliveChicago
Chicago o Dec 19 ItFltteeayearold ItFltteeayearoldRebert ILPIfteenyearoldRobert Fifteenyearold FifteenyearoldRobert
Robert Gordon was sentenced to the thePontiae tbePontiac t tPontiac
Pontiac Reformatory School for lif liftoday life lifetoday Ufetoday e
today for burying baryin jseph Reed Reedsevenyearold a asevenyearold aHYeayearolcl
sevenyearold boy alive Jut Sep September Septea Saptember ¬
temberGordon tember temberGordon erGordon
Gordon and Heed Re had crawled under undera
a sidewalk at atplay play They quarreled quarreledand quarre1edand quarrel quarreledand
and Gordon knocked the younger la laancenacfous lad ladunconscious ladnnconllclow d
unconscious with 1th a brick and th thburied then thenburied thenburleci ea
buried him alive aliveSHAf atveSHAW
SHAW MAY 1 1Seoretary BEAD MUTUAL MDTDALSecretary MUTUALSeoretary
Seoretary of Treasury Urged as Life LifeInsurance LifeInsurance Llf e
Insurance President PresidentPealiody PresidentPenhod
Peabody Penhod DunlcK Flatly FlntJ He Would AVonldHefuxc WouldRefuse ould ouldUellllCc
Hefuxc to Be a Candidate Candidatefor CunclIc1ntelor Candidatefor
for Itcelcctlon HeelectionNew
N New w York Dec ItA A story st ry printed to tothe totlae
the e affect Cset that Secretary of the Treasury TreasuryLeaHe TreuaryLe Toasu ToasuLdurthe
LeaHe Ue M Shaw was to be made president presidentof prdxddeaof t
of the Mutual Life Insurance Companysucceeding Company Companysucceeding CompauyMIeeMdI
MIeeMdI succeeding Charles A Peabody created createdquite createdquite createdquite
quite a stir around the Mutual offices officesI officeslOr
lOr I have received no offer o er from the Muteal Mu Mutual lIutuaJ ¬
teal Life Insurance Company said Sec Secretary Seetetar ¬
rotary Shaw And the first I have heard heardof heardof
of o the matter is the report printed this thisafternoon thisatt thi thiafternoon s
afternoon att lDOOIt I have Ita ve seen no officer o of th thcompany the thecompany thecompany e
company not even a policy holder so tar fiarus tarI fa faas r
us I know knowVice knowVice knowVice
Vice Preide l Iresidedt > ref > fd < it t George T Dexter had no noreluctance nureluclance n o
reluctance whatever ia I lt anting t tylsg that Mr MrPeabody 1lrPeabody MrPeabody
Peabody would wc uhl be a candWat aatbidttte te for reelec reelection reIeetion ¬
tion and predicted that the new board of oftrustees oftrusteeg o otrustees f
trustees would name Mr Peabody to con continue conUnue contatue ¬
tinue in his present position positionPresident 108ItlonPresld positionPresident
President Presld t Peabody Peabod said Iel that the first in intimation in inUmallon intimatlon ¬
timation that Secretary Shaw was con considered constdered conaidered ¬
sidered for the place was when he read readthe roc d i
the th story printed in an evening
newspa newspaper newspaper nea spa spaper ¬
per Mr Peabody took occasion to deny denyflatly den denflatly 3 8
flatly the story that lie ore would refuse t tbe to tobe tobe
be a candidate for reelection reelectionMr reelectionMr
Mr Peabody said tonight that he sou would wouldnot would1I0t
not be a candidate in the sense that h hryas ha hawas Hewas e
was seeking reelection As far as h he hepersonally hljpersonaUr e
personally was concerned Mr fr PCftbod Peebodsaid Pcflbody Pcflbodysaid PCftbodsaid y
said that his bl future with wl h the Mutual was wasin waaIn w as asrd
in the hands of the newlyelected board boardof boardof lea leaof rd
of trusteesIt trustees trusteesIt trust e eIt
It has ben n common gossip for so some sometime on ontime use
time in the financial district that certain certaininterests certainInt certai n
interests Int re in the Mutual were ere anxious anxiousMr to tohave tohave
have Mr Peabody Penbod step out and it 1 1been has liasbeen hasbeen
been suggested that these same interests interestswould Interestswould
would be pleased to offer the place to toSecretary toSecretAlj t 0
Secretary Shaw ShawThe ShawThe ShawThe
The first election of the Equitable Life LifeAssurance LiCuA Lit LitAssurance o
Assurance A urance Society under the new is iswas law lawwas IBWwas tt
was held today todl and < approximately 38 38votes 30110 30110otes
votes otes all of which were in favor of ti tiadministration Ute UteadmlnlllltrRtJon i iadministration e
administration ticket twket were r cast by ballot ballotproxy ballot ballotprory ballotproxy
proxy and In person The administration administrationticket admiclstrationticket n
ticket is made up of policy poJlc holders rep representing representing ¬
resenting all of the policy holders In the thesociety thesociety th e
society and its election was in effect effectratification a aratification aratifteaUon
ratification of the work of the trustees trusteesGrover truttces truttcesGrover trust trustGrover ees
Grover Cleveland Clevenndennd Morgan J OBrien and andGeorge andGeorge an I IGeorge
George Westlnghouse Westinghousein In reconstructing reconstructingthe reconstructin reconstructine t
the e board of directors directorsThe directorsThe
theThe
The holdover directors representing representingtbe represoniin represoniinthe
the stock are H R Winthrop Levi LeviMorton P PMorton PMorton
Morton C B Alexander Brndish Johnsaw John Johnson Johnson ¬
son Alvin W r Krech David H MoffatVice Moffat UotratVice
Vice President Prt Sldeftt > Snyder G Tarbell Jam JamH James JamesH TamesH es
H Hyde John J McCook William H HMclntyre HlIcIn HMcintyre
Mcintyre lIcIn re Paul Morton orton J P De Navarro Navarroand Navnrroand o
and Gecrge T Wilson WilsonFor WilsonFor VUsonllor
For Your Bay Roys n Xmas Stocking StockingGive StoeklnJGive
Give him a bank book showing s a deposeto deposit t
to his credit in banking department of o f
Union Trust Co 1414 F st st Interest t paidBlooming paid paidBloominjr paidDloomlnr
Blooming Plants for Xmas XmasChoice Xnm4Choice
Choice cut flowers c Shatter 14th L
WIDOWED Y IDOED BRIDE BRIDETELLS BRIDETELLS
TELLS OF TRAGEDY TRAGEDYWliy TRAGEDYWllY TRAGEDYnw
nw nwWhy
Why r Young Y onug B By DYlvaters v waters aisle Was WasPut WasPut hasPut
Put to Death DeathCORONER DeathCORO DeathORONER
CORONER CORO C R HE HEAs RS SmORY SmORYStrother STORY STORYStrother STORYStrotlkcr
Strother Brothers Brotll rs Held Under UnderNew UnderNew UnderNew
New Bond After Inquest InquestDr Ii nest nestDr
Dr Leon of Washington allllln ton Involved Involvedin
in the Testimony Concerning ConcerningVljiltM ConcerningVisits ConcerningVisits
Visits to Washington on Criminal CriminalErrnnil CriminalErrnnc1Smpntla CriminalErrandSympathy
Errnnc1Smpntla Errnnil Sympathy of Culpeper and andSurrounding andSurroundin andSurrounding
Surroundin Surrounding Country Largely onthe on onthe ontlac
the Side of the Slayers SlayersVerdict Slu SlayersVerdict > crs crsVerdict
Verdict of the Jury JuryWe Juryc dulyWe
We c thc coroners Jury duly dnlysworn dnl dnlorn dulysworn
sworn orn according lccordln to the evidence evidencetaken evidencetnken evidencetaken
taken before ua render the fol folloulnK following following
lowing verdict verdictTlint verdictThat erdlctTlmt
That W F Bywntcrs came to tohi tohlH tohis
his hi death on the evening of De December De DeccmlJcr December ¬
cember 15 I E 1000 nt the farm of ofJniiici ofJom ofJenne
Jom Jniiici A Strother named Rotherwood Roth Rotherwood RothCroocl
erwood by wounds inflicted with vritlibulletx withbullet withbullets
bullet from firearms of ofcnllJJer ofcaliber = 22 22caliber
caliber and larger In the bands bandsof Ilnnd1lof handsof
of James A and Philip J JStrotlicr JStrothcr JStrother
Strotlicr StrotlicrColpeper StrothcrBr
Br a Stag Oeraalsriant OeraalsriantCulpeper cUI cUICul
Colpeper Cul per Vaf Va Dee ItV Ttwitjr was an aneventful aneentful anventful
eventful e one m In the notorhmc Strotber StrotberBywaters SttotberByWaters 9trotherBywatere
Bywaters case caseThe caseThe caseThe
The coroner jury jur after taking thetestimony the thetestimony thete
testimony te of Mrs Games G the sister l ter of the theaccused theaecuHd theeaccused
accused Strother boys and of Mrs By Bywaters Bywaters
waters waters the widowed bride of an hour hourrendered hourrendered hourrendered
rendered a verdict verdictIt venJtctIt verdictIt
It found simply that W F Bywaterscarne Bywaters Bywaterscame Bywat rs rscame
came to his death from bullet wounds woundsinftfcled wounds1aftk wounds1nAkkd
inftfcled 4 by James J and Philip J Strother Strotherand Strotherand Stotherand
and affixed t BO degree d sree to die crimeWithin crime crimeWithin crime1rlUma
Within an hour afterward the testi testimony testimony bailoony ¬
mony l was presented before Alden Bell Bellmayor Bellmayor Bellmayor
mayor of Culpeper acting as magistrate magistrateThe ma magistrateThe l trnt trntTbe
The case was submitted on 011 the evidencealready evidence evidencealready eviden evidenalreadY
already adduced and the two brother brotherwaiving rs rswahiob
waiving further examination were bound boundover bounduver boundover
over in bonds of JW iicM each to the Janu January Janllary January ¬
ary term of the grand jury juryThe juryThe juryThe
The most sensational development 0 oc occurred 0eurrect ¬
Fred in the afternoon The morning morningwas morningwu morningwag
was wag occupied with the t testimony of Mrs MrsGaines MnGaines MrsGaines
Gaines and as soon as she was done donnthe don donthe
the jars was driven oat four miles into intothe intothe Intothe
the country to the farm f of her husband husbandB lrabandSo
So B L L Gaines Here on tbe sick bed lay layMrs l layMrs t y yMr
Mrs Mr Bywaters the young OU f widow Wido who whopropped whoproPPflll triopropped
propped up i boJUrisaye pye hr testimony 11 11JL 1 itx n nJ
JL clear voted shaken only wit with tearswhen tears tearsWhen tearsv1ten
When Sbt wail waJroreea r forced to speak of her herdead herdeacl herdeed
dead husbands tenderness t and love toward tO tOward ton
ward n her
herTclb
Tells of the Shooting ShootingMrs ShootinsMrs SllOotin SllOotinlrs
Mrs lrs Gaines testified that the shooting shootingof
of Bywaierg took place wholly within withmhis wlthlohis
his wifes VICe bedroom at Hotherwood BotIterwoodM HotherwoodMrs
Mrs M Bywaters averred that tbe shooting shootingtook sbootlngtook shootingtook
took place outside ou llde her room This WM WMthe wa wanthe 3 3the
the only important point upon which site liuevidence t siteevidence 1 1ev1denee >
evidence was at variance varianceIn varlaaceIn
In her testimony too Mrs Bywaters Bywatersswore B7wattrwor
swore > that she and Bywaters made three threetrips thrt thrttrl
trips trl to Washington to see Dr Leon and andDr undDr andDr
Dr Waters Wate8ftnt first on October 1 againabout again againabout an anabout
about Thanksgiving and once later They Theystopped Theystopped Theystopped
stopped at the Hotel Montrose ontr08e registering registeringa
a ali Mr and Mrs n Tyson She Shebecame Shebecame 6110became
became the subject IlUb of criminal mal malpractice roa malpractice 1 1pnut1ce ¬
practice and finally last week nearlydied nearly nearlydied nt8rlydied
died It was the fear of her sudden death deathfrom deaihfrom
from weakness weak that impelled the girls girlsBrothers girrsIOtben girlsbrothers
Brothers to insist upon the immediate immediatemarriage immediatemarriage mediate mediatemar
marriage mar for the sake of the girls honorand honor honorand honoraDd
and good name nameActed nameActell nameActed
Acted as Girls ProtectorThe Protector ProtectorThe ProtectorThe
The testimony of Mrs Games GaJ stowed stowedthat aLowedthat showedthat
that Bywatsrs was a cousin of the theStrother th thStrother theStrother
Strother family It Itatowecl showed also 180 that theStother the theStrother theStrother
Strother sisters teni were left with their theirbrother theirDt8ther theirbrother
brother Philip as their only protectionand protection protectionand proteetionaM
and that Bywalers came forward wish wiciicousinly wit it itcousIDly
cousinly solicitude 8OUcIt de and wanted anted to share sharethe lharetbe sharethe
the role of protector of the family In Inthis Inthis
this guise and under this influence h hwronged hwronsed 1iN 1iNwronged <
wronged Viola Strother and for the put putpose putPOSe putplies
pose of o hiding his crime he tried to get getthe Stthe getthe
the girl to conceal her illness until Itwellnigh It Itwellnigh Itwennigh
wellnigh proved fatal to herWhen her herWhen herWhen
When h he tried to leave his bride bride whowas who whowas ho hoU8S
was then supposed to be dying d he WiltS WHSshot WiltSshot wtasshot
shot by the girls rls brothers brothersThe brothersThe
The result of the testimony today in insuch i isuch issuch
such that the community is convinced convincedthat oHnincMthat
that both brothers will be set free in inJanuary inJanUAry
January after a perfunctory trial trialEarly trialEarJ trialEarly
Early EarJ this morning the Stretber broth brothers brothers brothors ¬
ers Jim and Philip who ho did the shoot shooting shooting ¬
ing and French the big brother wholook4 who wholooks wholooks
looks like Jim Jeffries Jeanes arrived in townand town townand townand
and attracted much attention as they theywalked the thewaJk h
walked waJk the streetsIt streets streetsIt streetsIt
It had been said the day before that thatMrs thatIes thatMrs
Mrs Ies Bywaters the widowed bride was wasso WlISso wasso
so ill that her testimony testlutOR could not b btaken 0 0tAken 1 > <
taken before January 1 12 but Dr Chelf Chelfcame Chelfc
came c me in early with the news that she shehad shthad
had so far recovered that thatsbe she could re receive ncefve receive ¬
ceive the visit of the jury juryThe juryThe juryThe
The news made a stir in the town townIt a aIt t r rit
It was hoped that this meant rues a speed apeedtermination speedtermination sl ted tedtermination >
termination of the case one way or the theother tlwother
other and thus relieve Culpeper of seen sonvof somof
of the notoriety notorietyCant totorletyCnlt
Cant Capt Wood Is Retained RetainedEarly RetnlnedEarl7
Early too too it was announced that t at th thBywaters tt ttBywAters tiBywaters >
Bywaters family had retained to aoi assist assistthe R l lthe 2
the commonwealths attorney CaT CaTIIcaJah < ar arMicajah
Micajah Woods rood of o Charlottesville Charlott vmp v vman t pns 0 0man =
man ns who ho won fame by his success successprosecution SUCfSSpIOSucution successprosecution
prosecution of Mayor McCuo kCu > who wh w TVhanged whanged
hanged for the murder of his wif wifWhen wi wiWhen
When Philip Strother appeared In Instreet instreet Instreet
street in company with his broth brothwas hntlWAS
was noticeable that th t he was wound woundWitS 1 1was
was rumored that he had rerej re ei 3 J i Qir iIn t tIn
In a struggle e with his sisters in inbut 11 11but > w >
but Philip said and bile b story was WMSout w s sout in inout > >
out by others that his ir il1jurf il1jurfrom juries juriesfrom
from rom walking oft a bridge in thr d dLater dLater 1 1Later
Later In the day da it developed that thatStrother trtStrother
Strother the older of the two wl wlbe a vb vbbeen
been be practicing law at Welsh W Whas Y Yh 1
has h 1 been be mayor of that town for IT m mters mtt ms
ters tt s and only vacates the offi > r r rspriri rsprrJ
spriri to take the seat in the Wrst lfstghtt t tginie V Vginm
ginm ghwature tl1rl to which he was r relected felected relected
elected electedIt electedIt
It was 11 oclock clock in the morning w wthe wthe tvthe
the crush of officials lawyers Jaw Prs end nI nr ncpaper no nopaper nrpaper
paper men being so great the the th in inF inFwas u uwas
was shifted from the office of Or C II IILewis rt rtLewis < v vLewis
Lewis to the mayors office officeMrs officeZIrs
Mrs Gaines in company with her c csln rsilt rsin
silt Mrs 1 II George Williams UJIams and her tband fci fciband t tlHutd <
band was waiting Ilng there She Sh1 at t rn rntook rntook 1 1took
took the the formal oath on the Bible Biblebegan Biblfbe > <
began be n her testimony which by Air dinj dinjand dfrand
and crossexamination c droee examboatioa lasted for ttr ttrhours tv tvhours H Hhours >
hours hoursMrs hoursMrs hoursMrs
Mrs Gaines and an those with h hT > r we weall W Wnll
all dressed in black laek and the ttt two a worn w m
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