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PEARY COMPLETES COMPLETESRECORD COMPLETESI
I ftECORDTESTRIDE ftECORDTESTRIDECorers RECORD TE5T ROf ROfExplorer
Explorer FaP toyer toyerin Covers 110 Miles Milesjet Milest Milesin
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SMj SMI L LJNG NG AT THE FINISH FINISHgraves FINISHlavcs
graves 1taves lavcs Potomacs Icy Winds in s of on onSpeedway onSpeed 1
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jLntrJde e itrlde for First ll1lt Time In Seven Seventeen Seenteen ¬
teen Yearn Naval N nnl Officer Goen GoenThrough Goe GoeThro GoeThroagh a
Through Thro gb Physi Physical il Ordeal WitbouPurning Without WithoutTurning VlthoutrThu t
Turning rThu DI g a Hair I1ulr BairMeets Meet feetA Doc Cook Cookehn Cookllehind o
llehind ehn a Mahogany Counter After Attu AttuCompleting ltcr ltcrCo1llpletwJ r
Completing the Severe Feat PeatThe FeatThe FeatI FeatTJeWtntry
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The TJeWtntry The wfntry blasts off the icy Pot Potomac Potomaccontain mac maccantnln
contain no hlddon dent dangers era for Com Commander ComGr Commend4r ¬
mander Gr Robert B K Peary Lest there th re be beany beaa b bany e
any aa doubt in the U minds of hopelessly hopelesslybtaaod bopelealybIMed hepelesslLured Y
Lured persons on this subject the fol following fol1owlg followtas ¬
lowing facts are presented for OCWtlklor OCWtlkloraUon eoniridar eoniridaration rsidar rsidaratton
ation ationTen attonTen I ITan
Ten days ago I the discoverer of the thenorth th thnorth e
north pole now a naval engineer at attaohed attaollOO attaohod
taohed to the Department of Justice Justicereceived Ju JueUoe JueUoereeslved tloe tloer891vOd
received orders to prepare for the ninety ninetymile nJnet7mile nlnctymile
mile riding test that is prescribed for fornaval Cornval fo fonaval r
naval officers Meditatively lltdlt UveI1 the com commander ao aontlsatdet 11t 11tJ ¬
rand
J mander 8l stroked his hi tawny mustache a afrowned and andfrowned ancltrwnoo nd
frowned a polar frown as t he saidI said
I havent ba eAt been astride a horse for acv seventeAi a8Ventotrn acventoAt
enteAi years and have almost forgotten forgottenhow tOflOttenho forgottwhoer en
how ho to mount a saddle addl But Im going goingtn gotnctt g gtri stile stiledie
tn make that ninetymile J netymU ride if I Ito die diein Hein
in the th attempt attemptIt aUptIt
1 It It say typical 1 of Commander Peary to tomake tomake t tntrake o
make a determination deorn nathtQ of tills ill sort IOItAnd IOItAndto sortalitto and
to arry It Itt out out Wodoesdajr W ta7 morning JlHN lng he hestarted he8tartd h hstarted a
started out on the eourve a three threeotathalfmile and andon aDdolkhallIDIe
olkhallIDIe on half mile loop around nMUK the tbeStteochVJQI tbeStteochVJQIHe Speedway SpeedwayHe odway
He knew he had to complete the th ride in inUtr InUlrte 1 1three n
Utr three e days and u was a trifle worried l by bythe b bthe r
the thought
thoucbtSmile
Smiles at Finish FinishBut Jnhtl Jnhtl11t
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But at 10 oeteQk eels + k Yesterday q morning morningafter mon mornlnafter ns nsafter t5
after eleven hours of hard riding in all allCcmmander allC al alCemmander I
C Ccmmander > mmander Peary Pear crossed the finish flu fluwith line linewith Jinewith e
with Just the suspicion of a smile on his hislips h hUp iUps ic
lips Up He had demonstrated be knew knewfew knewfew ica a
few landlubber tricks as well as those thoseof th thof use
of a plain seaman man He had used Cleve Cleve1Nrses eleven elevenhorses even evenli n
horses li in his h riding relays p had tad neve neve0ce never neverasjce DeverCltlCt r
asjce allowed them them to slacken cliett down 1 in intScir Intti n
h tScir tti eir tenmileankour tenmil an bottr gait gai t and bad bademerged badeftKrgid ba d
emerged front the teat with Ifc Ii miles mil to tohte tel
his credit rreditIncidentally creditIncidentally reditInddentaJli
Incidentally Incidentally the test ride Wall cttmaxedl cttmaxedlpJeting dx dxwith ddimauwith
with the price 1IPIeepletin o t tpleung
pJeting pletin j tte MT Ut h 1o1s pel aeav aeavplace 1 1r =
r 4 twr twrpbre
place of refreshment ere bmeBt where wherehe he might flnil flnila ftn ftna Ana
a mtle spiritual rttuar nouriahmajit aoutlalvmaptlittle The Thelittle Thetittle
little joueney was wa successful Then ThenCommandos n1enC1ffimanclu Th ThCimmandes
Commandos Peary found he had brought broughtro 1JrouIbt 1JrouIbtno broug brougno bt
no money m ney with him His peekets peck were wereempty we weem e
empty emptyIm em ty tyIm pryIm
Im afraid I cant ea t pay yon for fordrink that thatdrink thatdrink
drink just now my man be said tel to the theman thenutD
1 man behind I havent any money But ButIm ButID
Im ID Commander Peary PearyThe PearyThe y yThe
The you are 0 replied Ied the man I Ithis in intbo Intbo a
tbo apron Wall Im Dr Cook and andhave I Ihare Iha
hare ha fe proofs specifications and ftd d dm docu docunv tlocurnnts oat
nv rnnts m + nts to show you 01 bought a drink and anddidnt anddklnt a adkint
didnt pay for it I should advise you youcome to tocotne toCOlne
come across with some BOm cash east Mr 111ro Com Commander Comt ¬
t mander Peary PearyThereupon PetryThereupon II IIlhenupon
Thereupon an excited colloquybut colloquy ensued ensuedbut SUeC1but
but the commander was so decisively decisivelywiTsted d8Cl tvoyWI pl y
wiTsted WI nted in the argument that he hethutht be bethought be bethuQbt ¬
thought himself httnse of a compromise comprom Pint1y Final Finally 1 1Iy ¬
ly a happy btlQaelr thought tit t struck him himOvercoat himOurcOl himOvercor
Overcoat t for Security SecurityIm Suuurft SuuurftIm Suuurlty1ra
Im going to leave this tit overcoat overcoato here hereos her heras e
os o a guarantee tee thai Ill pay for this thisdrink tbladrhlk th thdrink I
drink That ought to satisfy younua you A Aniin An1
n1 niin < D cant wear aa overcoat In this tit thltof kind kindof i
f of wrnther anyway he added addedSo acldetSo addedSo
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So the overcoat was WI held hostage h08ta e until untillate untilJate unt untlate it 1
late In n the afternoon Commander Peary Pearymight Pearymllbt Pea Peamight ry f
might have given a certain polar wateh watehohirm watehhtrm watt watteh h
eh ohirm htrm arm of his instead of the overeoabut overcoat overcoatbut O rCOftt rCOfttbut t
but he would ulet not run the risk of lostit losing Jo nt f
it It In altogether too valuable for that the t
Cummander Peary astride a horse ho is i ispirturrsque a apicturesque Ipictu i
picturesque pictu squa figure ft ure Wh What n he started star Ad out outhave outfInesdy a ut t
Wednesday fInesdy mornl morning any tyro eouJd eouJdSffn cou l d 1
hay have seen that he would feel far more moreut moreat nm nmat re i
at homo hom < at the north pole pol pollen Jhen n on bo bobark horse
bark It was the first time in seventh seventhyeera seventeen seventeenyears aenntccmyea er i
years yea rs he h had mounted mountedPi mountedPi
Pi P ary made all possible effort to con conreal conreal co coreal n
real big b teat rides 11 1 from his friends an anthe and andthe d
the public and he nearly Hfftrl succeeded Aa Aaa Aga AJIa
a matter Of fact he Was neW once rec recognised rlteocnl2led rscognined ¬
ognised while whU galloping fast laps around aroundthe IirOUndthe aroundthe
the Spoedway Part of the time he was wasaccompanied wasaccompanied wasaccompanied
accompanied by an aid On the first day da j
he wore a business bu lnou suit but Thursday
ho added loggings lonin to lets attire and the thesartorial Utesartorial thesartorial
sartorial effect orr t was moat picturesque to tosay tosay tosay
say the least leastStarts lelUltSturb leastStarti
Starts Out Stronj StronjStarting StronJStarUng StrongStarting
Starting out at I oclock Wednesday Wednesdaymorning WOOnlldfl WOOnlldflmornlDB Wednesdaymorning
morning the north pole man reeled off offthirty Jftthirty oftthirty
thirty miles by noon and declared ho hedidnt hodidnt hodidnt
didnt show the slightest lt htWit symptoms of ofcharleyhorse ofcharloyhorH ofcharloyhorse
charleyhorse He took an hour off offfor arttor oftfor
for dinner and then completed an even evenfifty evenfirty evenfifty
fifty miles by 3 oclocklie oclock oclockHa oclockBo
Ha made exactly the same record Thurs Thursday Thursday Thursday ¬
day That rounded off 100 miles On thethird the thethird
third and last day had he chosen hemight he hamight hemight
might h have are allowed his horse to finish
like a draft horse on a muddy Virginia Virginiaroad Vtrglnlaroad Virginiaroad
road and still come under the wire ahead aheadof
I f of time timeBut timeButPoory timeBut
But ButPoory Peary does doe not do things that way
He kept his eleventh horse right up to tothe tothe tothe
the tenmlloanhonr notch no toll and finished
his ride at 11 oclock No naval officer officerwho offlcorwho officerwho
who has taken the test ride this year has hasa hasa hasa
a better tter record rd
r than the distinguished ex explorer exr oxploier ¬
plorer And Peary is not as young oung as a amajority amaj
r I majority maj rlty of the other officers who rode rodeCouncil rodeCouncil rodeCouncil
Council In All Sight fght Session SessionBarcelona SCJloni SesYlonBarcelona
i Barcelona Dec 30 30The The municipal cooncii coun council counI
I ell hold an extraordinary session which whichlasted which1atited whichlasted
lasted all of last night It rejected the budget bud budget budget ¬
get presented by the committee of o the
Radicals This excited 9Xcl l the indignation of
the Radical minority who withdraw from rpm
the hall hallConI haJlQonl
Jy JyGoal
Goal Famine Famh amine e Due to Strike StrllceBarcelona StrikeBarcoJona StrikeBarcelona
Barcelona Dec 3 3 < Uowlng owlng fo t tho strflte strflteof str trl1fe trl1feor rice riceof
of the carters and dock laborers there Isa is isgroat Isgroat
a groat scarcity of coal at tho factories
and a d it is thought that unless unl 88 the trouble
Is quickly settled many industries Industlil s will be
enppltxj erlpp rlPP1 1l and thoe thousands sands of employes employes
thrown a > ut tt t of workS work workMnun work3hudl
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Mnun Ma rdi Cm Cras Celebration CeichrntloaBout
February 2 Sits a 2S 1011 D11
tj SKtflmS SOtJtbcrn Bout hern Railway Reitw anway y will I sell Mardi Gras GraaSg
tigkets 1cet8
1Iobruary 21 to Z1 to
F0PI8COlh onsaeola
Sg Mobile oblfeand BVS and NewOrlwns NeW Orl Orleans ns aT at pSuTSI re1tly reo re
duced fares Four j I
fast ta t trains dailY dally
WEATHER VEA THER FORECAST FORECASlFor FORECASTFor
For the District of Columbia ColumbiaFair ColumbiaFair ColutnbiaFair
Fair and colder today tomorHied tomor tomorrow tol1orrow ¬
row unsettled and warmer ti v arllicr arllicrcrate mod moderate mo mocrate ¬
crate north to east windsHERALD winds windsHERALD windHERALD
HERALD NEWS EWs SUMMARY SUMMARYPnsea SUMMARY SUMMARYPoes SUMMARYPages
Pages PoesIPeary Pages1Weary
1 IPeary Peary Takes Riding Teat TeatOhio TutOhio TeakOhio
Ohio Women Deny Bribery Charge ChargeMad ChareMad ChargeMad
Mad Financier Tries to Die DieSats DIeoUJ DieSots
Sats oUJ New taro aro Endurance Mark MarkMexico Mark1exIco MarkMexico
Mexico Seas Peace Near at Hand EIIUMICold BandCold
2 Cold Cold Halts Hal Street Cleaning CleaningPlan CleaningPlan CleaningPlan
Plan Publicity Publ cJt lty for Memorial Memortalew Memorial3fNew
3fNew 3 ew Years Y8ftr in New York YorkIncendiary YorkIn forkIncendiary
Incendiary In ndlary at Work in Annapolis AnnapolisBathtub
4 Bathtub thtub Men Got No o Immunity ImmunttyWagon ImmunityGWagon ImmunityGWaron
GWagon 6 Wagon Man Fight Light Order OrderOyster OrdorOYiltor
Oyster Famine Averted AvertedDance AvertedDane ortod ortod5DIlnee
5DIlnee r Dane Dance at the White Homo HomoYale llautoYale HouseYale
Yale Boys Do Give Gh Pleasing Pleuln Cumedy C CumrlyHints tnlll1f tnlll1flHlnta
7 lHlnta Hints to Bargain HUftters HUfttersiEdlloriaJa Hunt era eraSEditoriaU
SEditoriaU iEdlloriaJa9The 6EdilocialsNews S S9Tha
9Tha Big Slick rt rtIt i iItNows
It ItNows 1 News of Washington Wbh t n Chur Chut1Ob + sthci h < vi I Iows S SlMN 4
lMN I1Mows ows ws of Alexandria AleecandrhuUnique j
Unique Christmas Novelty NQvoltyoy jv jvl F
3 1filltoy poy oy Alston Al toa Is Dead DeadIS DeadIhnUSnloon >
1 IS IhnUSnloon + aVntlSnloon League Meets Maot1GCornmetclal Meets16lwornmacalai
1 1GCornmetclal Commercial and Plnanetel PlnanetelItOppose 11nllCOJposo Piryn + el elGtilrpaso
ItOppose Bar In Union StaUen Sit StaUenFM6 en enFLYING
FLYING F LYING FOR 1 PRIZECOVERS PRIZE PRIZECOYERS
COVERS 385 MILES MILESTabiUean MILESfaun
f TabiUean Ta faun u tean Stays fire3 + in the Air AirNearly Airyi1
Nearly i1 earl 1 Eight Eib llt BonrsParis HonrsPan Bonrs
Paris Dec 81llpuriee Maurtee M urlee Tabuteau Tabu t OIU fly flyIng 117InS sly slylag
InS I fna tp a Faratan bIpIanevAr r the Michelin MichoilnCup MichelinCuP MtchollnCup
Cup prise valued at about WCOO t + If for the thepilot thepIlot
pilot who makes the longest flight in InClNOd a aelosad acloyed
cloyed circle covered covlioaNS ii 901 miles in 7 Thou Thouand hours hoursand
and 4S 4 minutes at ChAIo QmJons On altghtlng aJlthtJ aigbiinghe altghtlnghe t thi
he found his h aeroplane coated with ninetypounds ninety ninetypound ninetyP
pound P of ice Unless some one beats beatshis bea l lhi
I his hi record tomorrow to morrew he will be awarded awardedthe ftrdedthe
the Mtehelln Cup CupTabuteau CUPTa
Tabuteau Ta q himself held Ute record up upto upto apb
to Decoanhor fl when Legagneau L pKDNU took It Itaway Itaway Itway
away a way from him by a flight of ill mile mileIn mil mil1ft
1 In S hours and SI 5 minutes The compe competition eom eomUtloa eomptitloa ¬
t tition lor this years year prize prh win dose to tomorr to tomorr4l toflnorrew
morr morr4l > w It ItU was wan nren fin In IftJC by 11 Wflbor WflborWrtglit WfttturWJ1gJit
Wrtglit and teat year Farman carried It Itoff Itofr
off <
offLtejti
Ltejti de Caument Ca mont of the EighthDragttsttt Eighth EighthDragoons DicbUtDra5HlMI
Dragoons w was killed htJl d at Buc today He Hewas u uukln
T was making ukln a flight in a II monoplane monoplanewhen BIOftOPIanQlMn
when lMn the machine mac lRe capahied JIIbod and fell to tothe tGthe
the g potIad o nd with much violence ee LIMIt Lieutde LIMItde
de Oaumont was 11 so badly injured that thatdied he hedied Nefilled
died on his arrival at the hospital to towhich towhich
which he was U carried carriedAMERICAN carrledA1rIERICAN
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AMERICAN A IERiCAN ENDURANCE FNDURAI > TCE HARK HARKJS MARKIS 8S 8StS
IS JS tS ESTABLISHED BY HOXSEY HPX HORSEYon E Eon
on Dominguoz Field lld tt today day y when he It Ntn reafatd re remained re remained ¬
mained tn afatd in the air thre three hours and aadlt8 aadlt8entHn bay bayenteen seventeen ¬
enteen minute beating Un the record of ofA ofA
A A M Welsh made in St Louis Jut lantOctober JutI
October tober by sfx minute minuteHoxsey minutetL minutetLHoXRy minutesHomey
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Homey failed Ued however to break his hhiworlds it itworlds
worlds record altitude night t of Monday MODdQTea MondayTs
Tea Te Iay ay hta highest JIIIrh t point was w aS7 1Ii1I i faetwhich tact tactwhlrh faet
which hi t m feet below heJo the niarlc ho at sotMonday atMonday atonday
Monday M onday He will 111 go after the Michelin ltIle eJJn eJJnCup
Cup tomorrow morning at S oclock To Towin Towin
win it he must t break the record of eight eighthours elabthoun
hours and tweatythree minutes made Deaember De December De December ¬
cember IS last set by Henri Varman at atStamps atEtamPl
Stamps Prance and the distance record recordm recordfl6
315 miles mJl made by Maurice Tabuteau today to today today ¬
day at Buc France FranceHoxsey lraQCeHODOJ
Iioxs Hoxsey ey said aai d today after the flight tnat tnathis tbatbls bat batis
h his is failure to break his own altitude rec record rcord ¬
ord was due to airholes he encountered encounteredAs MeOaJKer MeOaJKerAs
As he entered each be dropped a hundred
feet or more and had to climb again asalaCEILING
CEILING FALLS ON AUDIENCE AUDIENCEPunic
Panic Follows Accident at New XewYork NewYork SerfYork
York Auditorium AuditoriumNew
New York York Dec 3O1OUI Id Four persons s were wereInjured ero
injured and a thousand others thrown throwninto thrownInto
into a panic tonight to nIght when a part of the theceiling thecellinI
ceiling twenty feet foetaquar square crashed Md downla down downtn
In the main auditorium of the Educe Educatlonal Edueatlonal
tlonal Alliance at East Broadway and andJ
Jefferson J of er80ft street IItreetThe
The injured were wer treated by Dr Ar Ar r
luck uek of Gouverneur G4uv erneur Hospital and then thenwent
went to their hooter They wens Her Hermann Hermann Hermenu
mann Notokoff atokoff of Newark Joseph Zele Zelecowttz
cowltz I First Fir avenue Moses Hoewer
fling fl ing 191 1 Cannon street and Morris
Marsh Iarsh 123 Orchard street
HORRID EXPRESSMAN LOSES LOSESGOWN LOSESGOWN LASESCOWN
GOWN FOR1 FOR FORMRS MRS 1VlR LONG IrVORT IrVORTBut WORTH WORTHBut WORTHBut H
But New York Dressmaker Quickly SerfcZs Sends Similar SimilarOne SimilarOne JimilaOne r
One fb Be Worn at Tafts Reception
Listen girls girkjSupposing gfrJSuppo girlsSupposing
Supposing Suppo ing you had planned to attend attendtho attendtho attendthe
tho Taf Tarts ts Now NoW Years reception and andsupposing andsupposhg nd ndsupposh
supposing supposh you ou had tad ordered the daintiest daintiestgown dainttestgown dtsintlestgown
gown everit ever If you are a girl girland and suppos supposing MJIpOSIns supposing ¬
ing you ware W O anxiously awaiting its de delivery de deiverywhen delfvorywhen ¬
livery iverywhen when a horrid man should call callyou canyou callyou
you up and say the dress s had been stolenfrom stolen stolenfrom stolonfrom
from an express wagon Wouldnt it itpoavc itPOIVO itpeeve
peeve you unspeakably unspeakablyOf
Of course it would wouldWell wouldWell wouldWell
Well thats just what happened to Mrs MrsSTATESMAN l1rsSTATESMAN MrsSTATESMAN
STATESMAN STATESMAN WOULD AID AIDPOOR AIDPOOR AIDt
POOR STRAPHAGCRSIndianapolis STRAPHANGERS STRAPHANGERSIndianapolis STRAPHANOERSIndianapolis t
Indianapolis Doc 30 30Repre 30Repre56I1tnUvo 30Reprasentatlvo Repre Representative ¬
sentative William E E Wagner ofClark of ofClark ofClark
Clark County Count l will Introduce in intha inthe inthe
the general assembly next wees weesa weeta weox weoxa
a bill for the relief otthe ofthe streetcar street streetcar streetCRr
car straphangers straphangersIt
It will bo entitled An act for forthe forthe or orth
the th benefit of the traveling pub public publIa publle ¬
lic lIa and will provide that Uat when whenover whenover whenover
over a passenger on a steam steamroad steamroad steamroad
road Interurban or urban urb n car carline carlfne carline
line is compelled to stand up he hobe hebe hebe
be required to pay tho usual full fullfare tulltara fullfare
fare tara but receive from the con conductor conduotor conduotor ¬
duotor a voucher vouch or entitling him himto himto himto
to a rebate or additional trans transportation trans transportation trnnsportnUon ¬
portation to the value of one onehalf onchalf onehalf
half his fare
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OHIO 10 WOMEN WOIEOENY WOIEOENYCAUSING VOJIENM DENY DENYCAUSING
CAUSING M SGAiiDAL SGAiiDALSay SCAl DAL DALSay
Say They The T Aided in Cleaning CleaningAdaii CleaningAdans Cleaniii CleaniiiAdan
Adaii Adans s County CountyVOTES Connt CotliitF3tVOTES l lVOTES
VOTES NOT SOLD FOR FINERY FINERYReport FINERYRepor FINER FINERRcpordr Y
Report Spread IJroiulcnKt Unit They TheyIfrpred TheTUr The TheUrged y
Urged Ur d UnsbandH 1 JiclK to S tt ll i l Franclilftu Pranchlsyonehi Franclilftui ranchhu ranchhuAlout e
i Aronitevrtlfoni Alout A yonehi Wom Ocn n of Stnte S StntelUUrvl ttlvuri lfvttrijncl lfvttrijnclls l l1st
Atat ls tat HDIIlt Billy Sunday SundoTto to Take lnl e Up UpSonntlnl UpSannanl U USuwndnlin p
Sonntlnl Suwndnlin in Lecture Courser flour Course OourHeiiJ we weWoh
< r t UrjI may mayr iti 1N
iiJ Wt t tdam3 fat
r p ef ldam ldamuhIeh dam3 udt y f fI
I uhIeh Woh h b over 1000 of its voters 1i bCe ve b bton btontlMlleted he heindicted on onindicted
indicted Vy the special al grand Jry jh ly for forbartering torbarttlln fo fobartering r
bartering < their ballots baUo last election electionTiw eJectionTtl oleedonTice
Tiw women of West Union and andtftoltPr andtftoltPrroundis thdjgjir thdjgjirroundiHg tato t rar rarroundlitg
roundiHg country are indignant over the thereport t treport treport
report spread aprea apread1MoadCASt roadcast dcut that they w wresponsible were wereresponsible WeNNIpONdbie er
responsible for the corruption of their theirhusbands tbetri tenet tenettw6aa r
i husbands tw6aa tb that they urged them to t take takeIODey to ke kemoney
money for votes vot in order that they mlghMay might mightbuy DtlPtbuy t
buy for them the taur finery y possessed JtIIe by b dty dtyfolk dt dttolk fitfolk y ty
folk Mrs Nettie Ptumraer said saidThe MIdThe said saidThe
The The women protested against therupUoa the cor eorrupUoIi
ruptlon of of Adams Ad County long Jon on before beforemen tile tilemen
men saw anything any thine wrong in vote voteor to toor bg buying buyingor iag
or selling JleW We urged our husbands to tosomething do dosomething doaornetbtHg
something Things got ot to be so 0 corrupt corruptthat ee eethat rnept rneptthat
that no woman who had any aa control ever everher OWher ov ovher er
her husband would allow him to enter enterpolitics enterpoIlUea n nTotal ter
politics poIlUeaTotnl
Total Indicted 1071 1071Judge 1011JIt 1071Judge
Judge JIt Blair today announced J the total totalnumber totalJtumb Iota Iotanumber I
number fo iadtetd I ltdieted for selling their thel trot trotas otes otesas h hM
as 1071 The county count dork says n the thenumber thenumber th thnumber c
number Is 1166 Unofficial counts inako inakothe makoUte tnek tnekthe °
the number IML 1 Billy Bm Sunday Smula thfamous the thefamous th thrallHHll
famous evangelist t is coming into the thepurchasable tilepurebaable tli tlipurchasable
purchasable vote zono on New Fear FearDay Years YearsDay YeArsDay s
Day and for six x weeks will 1U lambaat the thecorruptors thocorruptors th thcorruptor p
corruptors and corrupted He speaks at atPortsmouth atPor a aPortsmouth t
Por Portsmouth lmOuth and Adams County folk folkhave tokhavo fol folhave k tk
have declared d clfired that Scioto County Co County1 County1t ntJr in inw n
t Wtdeh w ° hleh Portsmouth lies OB wail as a several severalother severalother severs seversother 1
other surrounding counties are as cor corrupt corrupt corrapt ¬
rupt aa Adams County CountyAdams Count CountAdanul CountyAdams
Adams County has found confession confessiongood conr confesslagood on ongood fl
good for the soul and largo crowds cr wda o oAdam of oCAda1lM f I IAdam
Adam County men m n and wo women n ore ar pr prparing pra praparing pro proJ e
paring J to make pilgrimages to t the church churchwhere chUNblhere chore b
where the former baseball lm eball player will ex axpound expound expound
pound the Gospel in his original way IJL
is expected that Billy Sunday will not no t
Nicholas Longworth daughter o oj former r
President Roosevelt HooseveltJust Roo RooseveltJust velt veltJust
Just when everything eve tblng bad been arrang anan ananed ¬
ed and Mrs Irs
Longworth
thought her
trou tro u ¬
bles with the dressmakers ua
were over a
telegram came from New York It was w
from Farquaharson Wlioelock dress dressmakers dressmakers dre dremakers ¬
makers and contained contaln d the information n
that Mrs Longworths ball gown h had ed
been stolen tolen from an Adams Express
Co Copony Com Company Company m ¬
pany wagon In New York YorkImmediately YorkImmediately YorkImmediately
Immediately there was consternation 1 1the In n
the Longworth household Mrs Long Lon Lonworth g
worth immediately indited a telegram telegr telegrsaying m
saying she he wanted
a gown and was ws s go ¬
ing to have one one and what wore Farqua a ¬
harson Wheelock going to do about It Itwouldnt 7
Youd have done the
aam same thin
wouldnt you Of course you OU would
The dressmakers immediately got busy bus 3
There Th ro was another gown in atocl stock similar simll ar 3ar
to tho one that had bean stolen It Itmade was fait faitmade d
made ready for shipment yesterday nnelwas an anwas and a
was started tarted on Its way to Washington 1Va hingCo hingCounder n
under heay h8 y guardMrs guard guardMrs guardfrs
Mrs frs Iongworth will have liar New No w
Years reception gown all al right Thats Thatscertain That Thntcertain Thatcertain S
certain but those tbo e horrid expr express s ea eapanles com companies compantN m ¬
panies ought to bo more caraful cnrotuleh carofulegirls eh ehgirls h
girls girl Of course they tho 1 should shouldReaily shouldRenly shouldReady
Ready to Welcome Alfonso AlfonsoMelllla A AlfonsoMelilla fon8o fon8oMeUlla
Melllla Dec 30 OOGon Can Adave Ada ve captaigeneral captaln captalnganoral captalngenoral n
general of Mellila has arrived bore heremake to tomake tomake
make the final preparations pr ePftrnUons for or the com ¬
lug visit illt of King Alfonso Altonsost2i AlfonsoSta
8123 to Baltimore and Return R turn
Saturdays and Sundays via Penna R R R
Tickets good returning retumln until Sunday rilsht nigh to
AH regular rElg lar trains trains except the eonsrea eonsreaelonal Congreslilonal Congreclonal s
elonal Limited
neglect a golden opporuw QPTl 9pportimIy rum to air hi hiTdaws h hc his hisviews
views canoernfaig c noernblg wan who wHOHI1 sell thalr thalrThe tholrTlie thplrbrtbrigbts
brtbrigbts brtbrigbtsThe
The story tt of Ksau I J sau and Jftuab Ja is one of ofSundays ofStaadv ofSaadtya
Sundays favorite texts A0lnr County Countybut Count1ut Conroytest
but week was Indifferent Jt It is bogin boginntea bogInD beginaiag
ntea now to feel ashaBrml uhIIw V1i1 of iteelf iteelfAdam HaUAdama ItsiUAdana
Adam Adama County has appeared ed i in If thenewsIpera the thenewaiMpeni theMpera
newaiMpeni of the United SCvtes tel duVing duVingthe ddrtntlMo d dtit <
the tit past week more IDO > otten them any an other otherntaee oUtlKPIaee otherpisoe
ntaee tn the country ostsid5 eutnUfo of New NewYork Nawork Newk8rk
York ork Ita Iea4fng rltta CI rittieas MJwI M att nubtec nubtect tafuk rushtl
t ask that the outside w vwW t + tsrW rW 110 d ohanitahi charita charitable eluuitab1e ¬
hi ble
Pontoh Foil ton Defend lefonds County CountyLucieo Courit7Lac Countyiucttnt
Lucieo nUM toa fm former OruUN mor ReptesentaUvQ ReptesentaUvQclean RepNHIltat1vqIII
III tor fore t > the su w al grand Wet jury of ofsi o otho
the ttf a si a > 0 uret eot neon men la the thev theeoua theoouatr
eoua oouatr 1t e v g BlaIr picked t tne ttaQ h hclaw
clean taQ tp f fAdtr d > ne nety >
H Adtr Adtrbeen t ay ty t t a said Hay > hiv hivp hfie hrVyabef1
1 been sjh sjhcount a lip > p i l hJt at to Lading 11 all il other otherhnd otheraoun otha r
aoun count countother j hnd OJft r IaDlec ning Th There ro a arb arbatU
I othert other fu fuas t i I aU atU uad us that are jvst jvstj Jtu jaw t
as big bejis bW r t uti county In the State Stateafil 5t 5tt Saltfa
is t dofer doferCount d0 < t < a < afil t i reHtem rt > 7fioeet itself ItHltAdall19 ItHltAdall19Couat ° Adams AdamsM AdamsCounty
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Wt iff art f1 + sw o eOTtng ido and iir ire thttnlcful thttnlcfulrVi tMtnkJulto ttwnktuto t
to htd t da Ia m rVi r ttor r doing dol what 1 at he h has hasTWO hurwo
der
TWO DIE IN FIRETlu6C FIRE FIREThree 1 1Three
< Three Others Fatally Fatah Burned in St StPaul StP1lul
Paul Flats FlatsSt FIa FlatsSt fa faSt
St St Paul Dec aTwo 38 Two dead cteacI three thr dy dying dsr dsraDd d y ¬
j tag and tea others Injured Ie I silo tlMrt tlMrtof result resultof t tth
j of a Are in n the Concord flats Ai < b Eleventh Eleventhstreet Btevuthatreet I8levetl th
street atreet between Robert and atinnesotn atinnesotnstreets ta taatreeta
streets this th morning TIle TIleCIlWntMW Tb dead deadUiddeatsW
UiddeatsW WHMM a II Must tsfcHN bod bodK body bodyII
K ri ir IIua nana nanaAwitXMl camp
ua AwitXMl i d III yd tmeaiy nw a aan < a = nje < ai Ittill t tDev Tftefaiisiii TftefaiisiiiDcveromt > i
Dcveromt Dev raeet Store till M at gt Jecapkli J IIo IIotrey HMphal HMphalFatally 11 11tnII 1
trey bara
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Fatally InJured mjnredMlm InJuredKIM lujn + ed edliira
KIM BNL Ord ymmt eiMae el Aaa JM JW IrI < jifff at atMM att a t
St t Joplb s U bl bltan I
MM tan JW n n MMM sane fatty IoeqM lK 1Jttnt i St St Jeflopfcs JeflopfcsBMpiUI J JHCIIIpitaI Je it itll
BMpiUI ll Wagii will willMML willM rkn rknMrs
Mrs M AM ltet IMM o e Ct fee fawptrs fawptrsbwp > i i CluB CluB1N ma maMUiac
bwp MUiac ig St lit Jeeopec JooopkTbe IIoaMd IIoaMdThe r + W die
The explosion of a gas goova stove to is be believed be believed b e ¬
lieved to have been the cause of a the lira liraTEAR tiNTEAR tt re
TEAR MAN TO PIECES PIECESBloodhounds PIECESBloodhounds
Bloodhounds Come Upon Alleged AllegedBurglar AllegedBurglar d
Burglar in Old Barn BarnMount BarnMount
Mount Vernon Ill Dec 3ft 3QBlood Blood BloodhOBnda Blood1iftIn
hOBnda 1iftIn caught UKht a man they were trailing trnin s
from Carrier Mills today and Utornl 11tora1tore literacy literacytore Utornltore lY
tore him to pieces A residence in Car Carrier Carrier ¬
rier Mills Ulls had been burglarized durln durlnthe during durtnStbo g
the absence l enee of the family famtJ and on theirreturn their theirreturn theirrrwrn
return they ordered the bloodhounds bloodhoundsbrought bloodhoundsbroqht bloodhoundsbrought
brought to the scene sceneThe sceneTile sceneThe
The trail was takon tako up immediately immediatelyand
and so eager Ker wore the hounds to land
their quarry the they broke loose from the
keeper and chased the man they were werepursuing wereltUNlutng
pursuing to an old barn There he waspounced was waspounced waspounced
pounced upon by the hounds and so ter terribly lerrlbly terribly ¬
ribly mangled that recognition was im impossible impossible impossible ¬
possible possibleAs possibleAs
As no one in the vicinity Is missing mis lng
the man must have been a stranger IiItmn er
Every effort was made to Identify Idrntir the thevictim thovictim thevictim
victim who was buried in potters field
this afternoon Roberts the owner of the
dogs was exonerated exoneratedmGISTRATES exoneratedMAGISTRATES exoneratediAGISTRATIS
MAGISTRATES ARE WARNED WARNEDIimde WARNEDInnclelunc
Innclelunc Iimde < Tin < c Bull from Alleged Dnr Bnrglary DnrKl Dorglur
Kl glary ri Lends Iend to Xotlce XotlceNow uthc uthcNow otIccNow
Now York Dec JO IThe t1 The he appellate divi division clSislon ¬
sion of the Supremo Court dismissed to today today ¬
day the charges brought ngaln nsntntl l City Ct CtMns1lftrnte
Magistrate Peter T Barlow for taking
inadequate bail for throe alleged bur burglars burglars ¬
glars but in its decision said that the themagistrate th thIn11i
magistrate In11i tr8te was negligent neglla t in tho case in inOUvtion 1fte
OUvtion e tcl khan J n and exceeded exceeded1tls his authority A Awarning AW
warning W rr ins againn doing dotn similar tLna r acts act ryasiltantal was JiS
iMHUtfl to magistrate magistrateNEW magiatrateii1EVV magistratesNEW
NEW STAR DISCOVERED DISCOVEREDRngllili DISOOV18REDln
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Iingll Rngllili ln 1lth th Hector First Fir t to < o See Orb In Inthe Inthe i
the Heavens HeavensCambridge UeucnlCambridge I
Cambridge Baas l1 as Dec 30 T W R Dy Dyson Dyson Dyson ¬
son the newly appointed astronomer astronomerroyal 8stronom 8stronomroyal
royal of England En land cabled the Harvard HarvardObservatory HarvArdObaervatory
Observatory this evening that Rev T TR Tre
R Bspin of Walalngham Walaln < kam England had
discovered a new star According to thecablegram the thecablegram theonblegram
cablegram the stars brightness hrlghtn 8s as seen
in England waS wa of the eighth magni ¬
tude its position in the sky is 22 hours
3 32 ° minutes plus 52 degrees 15 minutesnorth minutes minutesnorth minutesnbrth
north which would place pl Cc It due north
in the western we tern part of the sky about
half way between the zenith and the
horizon The spoctrum of the star shows
two bright lines JInes1z
12 1z 1 > to Baltimore and Return
Today and tomorrow via Baltimore S
Ohio R R R R RI R
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MAD j FINANCIER F1M1IERTRIES FINANCIERTRIES FIAOIERTRIES
TRIES TO END LI LIlitabin LIFB LIFBHobin LIE LIERo1in
litabin Hobin Swallows Poison Poisonbnt PoisonbntI Poisoni but butIt ba t
It I t E Fails ais 1 to Work WorliCOLLAPSES Vork VorkCOLLAPSES X XCOEEAPSES
COLLAPSES WHILE WffiT E IN COURT CjOUBTTablets COURTTnblcb COIJRTabtcis T
Tablets Taken Tal en Before efore lie Leaves LeavesSister LeJIeaSbterfC a
SbterfC Sister Home to Face i ce First Inre In InilJotmcnt InalJotment
ilJotmcnt for Grnnd JAlI LarCtnFE lArc ny n7Even n7EvenQhtJlJce ISven ISvenQluiucc re a
Qluiucc of qr ReCavCryTaLan Recovery Tnlccn en to th th1rJMnn the thePriiton thelrhlOJl e
Priiton Ward 01 o of De BeUe DeileUe levae e Hospital Hospitalscnewoe HospitaLV L
V y JHa G Gf14f
b f14f l ttei kiteftlitia tisa ft ftI afft afftictauaos fie
scnewoe I have hn olestdWe dewid the Northern Northernand JBank JBankland JJankad ruk
land and ad the Washington Savings Bank Beaksew of ofNew oCI
I New N w York was about to face the first firsti ftratlandleUnMt ref
i landleUnMt indictment af grand d larceny against him himjV himV hi hioday nD
jV V dy t dey h be triad to kill himself hiu elf He took tooktwelve tooktV too k
twelve tV 1113 grain pills pillsa of hyoacyamine hyoacyaminea h a ltne ltnealtalold
a poisonous alkaloid but be b didnt s sceett sue succeeji sueft
ceeji He spent tonight In m the nr nrward prison prisonward JllMonward
ward of BeHavuo Hospital where whoretdoctod the thei
doctors i thought that he bad more than thanan the thaeven theaa n
an even chance for recovery recoveryRobins NCCtNQRobias recoveryS
S Robins RoMa s attempt at suicide was tbe tbemoat tlMIDOtIt t be
moat sensational l move chat be has yet yetmad 78tlPM
mad made within ltWa the t fast t weak staee itACo t the theState theSta
State Sta officials and the district attorney attorneyhave attorn attornhave attennhnvo e7
have been after him He came c down downto doY1to dos dosto n
to the Criminal Court Building Bulldt today todayto to da dato y
to plead pl d before Judge J we Crate sad while whiletbe whilethe will o
the jodgp and a crowd of spectators spectatorswore apectatorswen m
wore waiting c for the prisoner to appear appearhe appeArbo appeabo r
bo collapsed coD PIiM hi the adjoining room roomwas It Itwaa Itwu
was generally conceded that Robin in inhia InIda 1 n
Ida present serious physical condition conditionwould adtUOllould e ceadtwould
would ould have died then a and there were wereHat It Itnot ItDot t
not for the Immediate medical aid be re received re received r rcefved e ¬
ceived ceivedSO5
Says Goodhy GoodI to Sister StaterThere SIJterThere
There Thor was not the slightest doubt of ofRobins otRobin
Robins Robin attempt to kill himself today todayAs todayAs todo todoAs y
As soon as he began be n to be affected by bythe byUte b bthe y
the drug he groaned onnd and told Dr Austin AustinFlint AutinFlint AusUFlint n
Flint the alienist retained by former formerDistrict formerDistrict form formDistrict er
District Attorney Jerome te t defend defendRbin defendn defon d
Robin n htn that he was dying He aald go goby good goodby 1000br
by to his sister Dr Louise Loul B Robln Roblnovitch Roblnovttch Robl Roblovitch a
ovitch and then a stomach pump pumpw was wasko WW5ItO w
ko employed that It brought about a satis satisfactory aatl5tnctory sa tie ¬
factory results raaultsNo ro uJtsNO
No one seemed to know for carWContinued certain certainContinued oertalnContinued n
Continued on PF Pc C G Column 4
S SEEK EI i KNOXS SON SONLancaster
Lancaster Officials Say Sar Sa He Broke BrokeSpeed BrokeSpeed BrokeS
Speed S P PLancaster end laws lawsLancaster lawsLancastor Laws
Lancaster Pa Dfc D c cmagistrate jyd jydtlay A ncaster ncastermagtstrnte
magistrate to tlay rissuod sued a warrant warrantf warranttalnst warrantagalnst
talnst > f Secretary of State Knox Knoxlating Knoxattng Knoxating
lating attng the speed law in this city cityterday cityterd citytordny
terday terd I An automobile with three men menIn manIll menin
In It raced tli throUgh rough Lancaster and it is isbelieved IsboJloQd isbeliev
believ believed od the Secretarys Secrct rs son was one ofthem of oftham otthorn
thorn themSuit thamSuit thornSuit
Suit was W entered againet him beoausthe bcoaiige bcoaiigetho bcoau bcoautho I
tho Haensa 1i 6nso for the machine was Issued Issuedeto Issuedetotlto tqs tqstlio tqtlJo
tlio Secretary s crotary at Harrisburg Thewar Thewarrant Tht wa warapt wa warent >
rant will be served tomorrow tomorrowTAFT tomorrowI tomorrowWill
I TAFT TO BE GUEST GUESTWill GUESTWill
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Will Aid Press Club Celebration CelebrationNew CelebrationNew CelebratioNew n
New Years Eve EvePresident EvePre EvePresident
Pre President fdont Taft will be the guoet of the tbeNational thel tlr tlrNiUonal e
National l Uonal Press Club this afternoon at atits atIts a aits t
its annual Now Years Year Eve celebration celebrationThere celebraUonThero celebrationThera
There will be an entire absence of for formality formality fo fomality ¬
mality however as Mr I Taft has hastimes many manytimes manytlmas > Y
times put the taboo on anything an thlng but buta bu bua t
a purely social ttmo when ho mingles mingleswith mlnglC5with mingl minglwith es
with the newspaper neWS PQr mon monThe monoThe monThe
The President Is expected to drop In Inabout Inabout i iabout n
about 5 oclock Tea will ba served servedOF servedAGED servedAGED
AGED MAN ROBBED ROBBEDOF ROBBEDOF
OF LIFE SAMS SAMSFrancis SA SAVI SAVIFrancis VINGS VINGSJfrancis 1
Francis Griffin Griffini 75 Years YearsOld YearsOld YearOld S
Old Loses r 2900 2900Robbed 2900Robbed 2i900Robbed
Robbed of tho savings of a lifetime o ohard of ofhard ofhard f
hard labor Franks Fran = s Griffin saventyflve saventyflveyears seventyfiveyear8old seventy3vyears e
years years year8old old a paver plJ r eirployod ewploy od by the Penn Pennsylvania Penns Pen PenSylvania n ¬
sylvania s lvanie Railroad is prostrated at his bishome hishome hi hihome s
home 843 G street sculhweat 1 1ItJtweat while the thapplico theQUco th thpolice e
police > of a dozen doz cities areclosing aro eloatn a nat natabout notabout n nabout et
about the th9vas th9vasGriffin thf tht Vos VosGrimn + rvae rvaeGriffin
Griffin does not know the exact amou amouwhich amount amountwhich amountwhich nt
which was stolen st len from him but he says saysthere saysthsro say saythere g
there was about a out > 2100 2KX 6il0 In n gold and papscurroncy paper papercurrency papercurronct r
currency in his his tin treasure box bcJX Histimate His es estimate eM eMtlmato ¬
timate of tho loss Is corroborated b by byrelatives byrnlcltlVaIJ y
relatives with vuom lJom he makes his borne borneCharles homeCharles hem hemCharles e
Charles D Htekoy a aeventeenyea aeventeenyeaold sovon leVonteeny Leanyear Leanyearold tar tar01d r
old nephew Is accused of the theft by byGriffin byGrtfin b bGriffin Y
Griffin and it is for the youth that th thpolice the thepolice thepoUco e
police are searching so rchln Ho is s supposed to tohave toh8VQ
have fled from Washington with another anotheryouth anotboryouth anoth anothyouth or
youth two years leis senior and two twowomen tw twwomen o
women womenThe womenTb
The Tb polkufof pOUc nt Baltimore r80 Pfttstwrg Phll Phlladelpitia Phllade1p1tta PhiadelDhia 1
adelpitia New York and other cittes citteshave cU1ecihave e1 e1have
have been I en requested reque ted by Maj Sylvester to totoln ton
toln n in the search for the quartet who whoare whoare w ho
are supposed to be Wowing in the tbemoney themoney 1
money accumulated in long 1on years of t prt prtvationr prtvatJon pr prvatlonr t
vationr and economy by b the aged agedvas id man manUtoflves manIit
Iit Utoflves vas have 4iav tiugpsered un < yvar d dews uhf uhfGrim which whichars hleh hlehar eh t
Grim aaWqtod fI1tJMqtod o pegted tp p 7esUtt result e5ltit In th the arrest of ofthe ortb f
the tb tour within ttthfn twentyfour hours hoursdriffln hourstfin OU13 OU13Orlmn
driffln fjri fin t d dAi dHatover net l1 oTBfcover J1 the that ttn ttnlast ak t1f t1fwt t r
last night but It Is believed the money moneywas m and ney neywu n eY r
was taken taken Saturday night when young youngHickey youngHickey Boa ns
Hickey disappeared dt appe red The youth outh knew knewthat knewthat kne kneat w r
that dr drtin at his uncle secreted his money in a atin atin L
tin box but Odium kept the hiding place placeI plaotof Ala Alaof o
I of the box a secret t It Is thought thoughtboy tha thaboy tlu1boy i
boy discovered whore the box was w kept keptand keptand k kand a pt t
and made a number of trips to the r room roomtaking m mlllJdng
taking various amounts at intervals until untilhe untUhe un unhe tit
he had stolen all of the money moneyKept moneyIept
Kept Treasure Jlox in Trunk TrunltGrifOn TrunJoGrlfflR TrunkGriflta
GrifOn occupied upled a rear room on the theand sec second aeeoJMI ¬
and floor and in an old trunk there ha hakept bekept
kept the tin box box containing his money moneyHe moneyHe mon el
He kept the trunk locked and thought thoughthie tbouhtbia thong ht t
his savings I vtnp ware ere secure 8 but after dinner dinnerlist dinnQrnight dlnn or
list night when he wont to the room roomhe roomhe coo m
he saw the trunk had bean opened mHe He Heat Heat
at once lifted the top and found the tin tinbox tinbox t fn 1
box empty emptyAlmost emptyAlmoat
Almost frantic at his bi loss leas Griffin ran randownstairs randownitalnl r rdownstairs an
downstairs shouting Ive lt been robbe robbed robbedAH robbedAn
AH my money mone Is gone Call the Polk police policeThe poUeeThe >
The aged eel man was quieted and word wordwas WordWIUI vsro vsrowag ra
was sent to the police Detectives Det cties Bur BurHngame Burlingame B Blinguine u r
linguine Cox ODea ODeIlo and Ivlelndlcnst Ivlelndlcnstwere KleIndienstwere I ietndl ietndlwere enat
were at once detailed to the case They Theywere Theyoce Th Thwere eY
were oce shown the trunk where bee the tin bor borhad 00 00h b o
had h d been be n hidden htdd and learned from Grit Griffin Gritn G rit orit ¬
fin n that ilk 4tO of the money was in gold goldle goldJO
JO le and 211 20 pieces The rest of the money moneywas moneywas mon 9y
was in bills of various rlou t denominations denominationsGrifltn denominatloBSGrimn
Griffin said he had bean saving savingmoney lIln th thmoney thrnone hte >
money rnone 1 ever since be was a lad He said saidha saidho sa Id 1
ho feared to place it in the keeping keeplflga of ofa oCa f
a bank or other financial institution a and andhad andhad nd 1
had always thought he was w safe from the thedepredations thedeprooatfons e
depredations of thieves thlev as only members membersof memb11Nor mom momof ban
of his family knew he had the money mooo moooThe
The police believe that when the thlov thieves thlevasare thievesare Os Osare s
are apprehended that most m t of the lost lostmoney 1 1money
money will have bean spent t
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SLEUTH 4RRESTS ARRESTS LEGLESS MANAND MAN MANAND MANAND
AND HIS REDHEADED WIFE WIFERichmond rqIF1f rqIF1Richmond WIF WIFRichmond l 1 r
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Richmond Couple End Flight at Union Station and Am AmTaken AnTakeTlBack A ATakergBnck ri g
Taken TakeTlBack Back to Face Charge of Theft
Datectlvo Isaiah IsatRhGox Gox stood at attentionbeside attention attentionbasldo attentionbasldc
beside Inspector Boardmnns desk at po police p0 p0lice police ¬
lice headquarters hflftdqi 1rwrs a little after noon yesterdat yes yesterday yosterday ¬
terday and received the following instruc instructions Instructions instructtons ¬
tions tionsGo
Go to Union station and arrest a log legloss loglees logloss
loss man man and a redhaired retlh lrecl woman whoarrive who whoarrive whoarrive
arrive at 1 oarlock oJock from Richcond Va VaThey VaTho VaThey
They Tho are wanted for stealing stOOJlnttot ilN 818 from a ayoung ayoung aYsung
young society man m man tot of Norfolk NorfolkCox NortolkCox NorfolkCox
Cox Is one one of ottbe the best known and mostexperienced most mostexperienced mosteparleneed
experienced mon at headquarters hct dquarlers but in inhis Inhis inhis
his many mlU1 years experience he had never neverreceived novelreceived neverreceived i
received such Instructions Inatnl tlon Such work isordinarily is isordinarily isordlnarilv
ordinarily ordlnarilv considered too simple for a aCentral aCentral aCentral
Central Ofllce mcc detective but Cox wentAt went wentAt Went WentAt
At Union Station he haa little diffi difficulty dltflculty dlfflculty ¬
culty in finding thqman th mln without legs and andtha andthe
the woman with red hair among the thethrong thethrong
throng throng of passengers pnss gcrs who arrived fromRichmond from trornRichtUnd ram
Richmond He escorted the couple cou lo to topolica topolice topolice
police headquarters and their names were wareInscribed wereInscribed wereinscribed
Inscribed on the blottor opposite tho thocharge thocharg thecharge
charge of fugitives from Justice JusticeTho justiceTho justiceThe
Tho man is William J Green thirty thirtytwo thlrtytwo thirtytwo I
two years old a peddler who lives at atEast 422East 422 422East
East Broad street Richmond Thewomanls The Thewoman ThewQmnnls
woman wQmnnls Is his wife iCe Tassia Green alsothirtytwo also alsothirtytwo alsothirtytwo
thirtytwo years ears old The couple are arewall arewoll arewell
wall known in Richmond and the woman womanwas womann8 womanwas
was n8 at one time tim considered one of the themost themOt themost
most beautiful woman In the Virginiaoity Virginia Virginiaolty Virginiaolt
olty oltyThey
They are accused of enticinG T r H HDuke HDuke HDuke
Duke o of Norfolk Nor olk to their homexThursday homexThursdaynfght 11omeThursdnynight home > Thursday Thursdayntght
night and robbing him at 100 100 and t pd a reChoicett re reChoeet reCbolYllt
Choeet Flowers at HlncfclHtonea lneklHtooc I IWell
Well developed long lasting 14th H 1
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volver valued at 516 15 The policeDuke police s MY sa y
Duke arrived in Richmond Thursday Thursdayernoon afi afiornoon ttfl ttflornoon il
ornoon and after cashing a check for forat tin tinat lft lftat
at Murphys Hotel started out for a good goodtime goodtime go gotime
time Duko met Green in a saloon and andthe a athe nd 3
the young oung swell was soon Intoxicated intoxicat intoxicatGreen
Green invited Duke home and the you youman young ounS ny S
man consented to accompany the cripp crIpple le x
Whoa Duke awoko in the morning he 8
found Green and his wife had dim dimpoarod disap ap ¬
peared A note left for him con contained tain ad the t he
Information that they the had gone to Phli Phlladolphla Ph Phadelphia ll
delphla Duke notified the police an3 a nd
it was learned Sfcit t the cripple and his hiswife hiswife l lwife tie s
wife had boarded sFtrain a train for Washington Washingi ot
Chief of Police Werner wired to Maj M a J
Sylvester asking that tho husband a atrifle and andwife andwife and nd
wife bo apprehended and the order was wastransmitted WMtrnnsmlttcd st sttransmitted trs
transmitted to Detective Cox throu through gh jj
Inspector Boardman At headquarter headquarterthe headquartathe
the police say most of the stolon pion nionby nionbywas monhytr3 c cwas 7
was found on on onGraon Green The police also alsoassart alsoassert a aassert Ise 0
assert both husband and wife were un undor u udor n
dor the Influence of liquor and carried carrieda carpi carpia ed d
a supply with themGreen them themGreen themGnum
Green told the police he lost his legs legsji 1 1n es 3
ji number of o years ears ago while working workInsat world worldat n S
at his trade of bridge builder The me mem members members m i ¬
bers were crushed by a falling timber timberand tlmbrand tim timand her T
and were later amputated amp lated at the kno knoMrs knees kneesMrs knte knteMrs es 3
Mrs Green is l said xto to have been m mrind mar married marrlod m ¬
rind before having six children by her herfirst herfirst or orfirst ir
first husband husbandThe hI1SbftniTho husbandThe
The couple left Washington shortly be before bofore ¬
fore midnight for Richmond acco accopanied accom accompanied accompanlcc1 rn i ¬
panied by Sergt J F Wiley Vlle of t tRichmond the theRichmond theRichmond he e
Richmond police policeIn policeIn policeIn
In linking 1laklo New Year Resolution ResolutionInclude RtHOlaUonliInclude ResolutionsInclude
Include a resolution to t open an account accountwith M ad4a ad4awith Gunt Guntwith unt t
with banking bankin department of Union Trust TrustCo TrultCo T TCo rust t
Co 16th and H ats Interest ail Q all allcounts ao ac accounts aoo ¬
counts o 1ts Deposits subject to check heck tck tckQ
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I II IRE I BElli ON O ERg ERgSERT 9 9E
ASSERFMEX1CNS ASSERFMEX1CNSsurrection SERT MrXICANS MrXICANSlsnrrection
flijsnrrection lsnrrection surrection Crumbles withlal with withJHal vitllIal
JHal Ial Paso Battle BattlefMDERO attle attlek4DERO
fMDERO k4DERO L AD ADP RUPRU ARMY AR IY B00TED B00TEDFederalists BOrf1EDFederalists 130l i ED EDT
Federalists F Arc ArcNQw Jfaw T ow Marching MarcliingrOn
On to Guerrero GuerreroFollowing Guerreroi GuerreroFollowfngDeclshe
i i iFallowing
Following FollowfngDeclshe Decisive Victory of atlicx atlicxleans Mex Mexicans McxfCI1IlJ1 ¬
leans Over Rebels nt Mal Pn Paso o In InAnrrectos Inurrectoa
Anrrectos Take to Blonn ltlonntnlnsBnt ltlonntnlnsBnttIe tains Bnt Bnttle
tIe ti e L IjRst I lUIta aai s for Several Hoars I and andI andI
I Large arge r e Numbers Are Lost on Both BothSides DotJlJSidcslnderoForce
Sides SidcslnderoForce Sides9laderds MnderosFoPCC Force Decreases DecreasesCity DeereasesCity DecreasesCity
City of Mexico Mexi Dec a aWlth xl WIth With the fall fallof tallot fallof
of Mal Paso yesterday y terdAy the backbone of oftho ottho ofthe
tho revolution has been broken govern government government government ¬
ment officials hero assert The rebel rebelarmy rebelarmy
army is completely routed and further furtherresistance furtberroatstance furtheresistance
resistance r In a Chihuahua te flotafltici flotaflticipated not antici anticipated ntici nticipated ¬
pated patedFederal patedFGdornl patedFederal
Federal troops are preparing for their theirmarch theirmarch
march against Ciudad Guerrero whichit which whichit whichit
it is oacpaetad XP Otod will wIt be taken with little littledifficulty lI10edifficulty lttiedifficulty
difficulty There hi a small a hall force of ofrebels ofrobels ofd
rebels at this lbl placeHeavy place placeHoavy placeHoovy
Heavy fighting preceded the fall of MaL MatPaso MaLPaso
Paso yesterday torday according to unofficial unofficialadvices unomclaladlee
advices received here today todayCol todayCo
Cot Co Heeudero at the tII head of 1000 1000troops 1100troops 1x + 0
troops was sent tn advance by Gen GenLuqae Ge1Luque Ge +
Luqae H He met the insurgents on the thamountain thomountain
mountain side at t Mal Ma Paso and a battle battlelasting betUtlasting battlelasgag
lasting several hones ensued The rebels rebelsretired rebelsroUred
retired leaving l vlng the pass in the bands bandsof handsot
of the government forces The exact exactnumber eu t tnumber
number of killed kl e4 and wounded on cacti eacliside eecl1aide
side cannot be ascertained a 8d at present presentReliela t tRelael
Reliela Relael Pot to < o Plight PlightThere llIbtThere
There was a small outbcoak k yesterday yesterdaynear yeaterdavDec
near Cordova state of Vera Cruz it itwas Ituo
was uo of little lliti importance The rebe3 rebe3attacked rebe3at rel > g3
attacked at ekod one town The government governmentsent vern5tent arDMent arDMentsent
sent an hl i troops against them UNID and the therebel therob
rebel rob took to the hJUs hJUaRopOrts hJUsReports
j Reports from Tabasco say that lA lArobots 10roboIs 1Arebols
robots attacked Santa Ana Ana a small ma1I port porton porton
on o tt the th e Gulf of Mexico state of Tabasco TaiaesooAltar TabascoAfter TmasooAfter
After attacking the municipal palace pal ee and andsacking andsaektng
sacking the treasury they w a nt t tTonala tTonala >
Tonala a town twenty miles distant The Th Thgovernment
government go sernment sent 400 Infantry against againstthem apin t tthem
them If an engagement emst resulted it has hasnot hfi f fnot
not been reported reportedrda
Yesterday TQste rda Y at JPscSjeo twentyt1rwe twentyt1rwerotxds twentytb h fntYtJ
robtde = gUfflMl Tne ute e American itn tricau haeteadaCar hacienda haciendaJA hadeftdaCBIRI
JA Car CelMWHM Cells THo Th manager managerSfcwrta Awas A AJI
Sfcwrta was kn JI prtaor p ptiaorxr > r and an he hd hdtbr heicl 11
for twelve hours He was released after aftf aftfthe
the plantation had been sacked All t tmon tlOOn
mon employed at t the U ib hacienda h erda were pre preforeed >
forced to join the rebels Schwenn hweria says say 83She a
he was well treated by tie till rebels rebelsSee rebelaSee
See Bnd of StrugRle Strn JIe JIeEJ
El Paso Dec The aNt ost optimistic t1mistjc t1mistjcview
view yet taken of the twoMe to Mexico MexicoIE
IE that ta rt expressed in dlnpsfeehog CII freer Chi Chihuhna Chihuh
huhna huh b + > a and by travelers frtleo SJB that re region TtsloB regloat ¬
sloB today toda The incurred IMUlT insurreetbs mate bodv bodvappears bottvappears bed bedappears
appears to t o have disappeared and they theyare the thfare theare
are found only in small bands The f feet Mct Mctthat ct ctthat
that the federals nave baY secured control of ofUle < > f fthe
the railroad out of o Chihuahua and ar arnow arnow xra
now enabled to make repairs is s looked look lookupon
upon as a confession of weakness on t tpart tt1 tt1part the >
part of the rebels and is taken as an in indication j1dleation irdicatien ¬
dication that flat they see their own failure failureand f ure urend
and nd are about to quit quitSEES
SEES E BABES i FINISH FINISHScientist FINISHScientist i
Scientist C Says There Will Be None Nonein Nonein
in 2020 2020St 2020St
St Louis Louis Dec JO l1There There rc will te ri richildren rJchildren
children in tbe United States under five fiverears ft6year
rears year of age in the year 3tA + Sanies ac accordingly a antJn + ¬
cordingly ntJn will 111 have disappeared from thi3aluntry this thucountry thisconntry
country as a early as Mi MiThis JMiTbiil
This is the mathematical conclusion of ofWalter otWalter ofpeoteasor
Walter F Wilteox professor of politi political political
cal economy acon m and statistics 8ta lt1ea at Cornel CornelrUnhenftty r
University after exhaustive study and andcompcrllOn
comparison of birth rates during < the ln last ± t te
century e Pro Wllioox addreseud the theamonam
American Statistic Association toy on ontho ontho
tho subject subjectThe aubjectThe subjectThe
The only hope at s seeing babies in the th61United theUnited
United States after 2030 according ae t ting tProf G GProf
Prof Willcoxs calculations Is br Import ImportInS 3atportins
InS them from France France bo says sayswilt aayswill 5 5w1ll
will continue to have babies ba eighty years yearsafter yearSaHer yearsafter
after the United States has quitt quit quitHOST quitHOST
HOST TO JD ADMIRALS ADMIRALSr t 1IRALS 1IRALSRobert
Robert SI Thompson Entertains atHousewarming at atHousewarming atHousewarming
Housewarming HousewarmingOne
One < of the most remarkable dinners dinnersthat dl rs rsthat
that have akea taken place in Washington in inmany inmany inmany
many years was that last night nt Incident Incidentto t ttO
to the housewarming bOURwannl given by Rob Rutrt rt M MThompson MnomP80n d dThompson
Thompson of New York who has haJJcome be become
come a winter resident of this city cityAt dtyAt tit
At the dining table there were eri fourteen fourteenroar fOllrtetnroor fnarteenroar
roar admirals of the United States navywho navy navywho nlivywho
who had received their first lessons in inseamanl
seamanship seamanl lp at the Naval Academy at Annapolis An Annapolis AnnRpoUs
napolis from Rear Admiral T O > Sol 1 1rldse
fridge U S N retired who waa also alsoone
one of Mr fr Thompsons on guests There Theraworo
ware also l11tQ 31 seven rear admirals about the theboard thebonrd
board wHb w Db have been commands OIftllMUKlfrsln OIftllMUKlfrslnhlat rsin rsinchlaf
chief hlat of fleets and have h upheld tha honor honorof honorot
of the nation in various parts of tho thoworld thoworld <
world worldMost
Mo Most t of those present were members of ofthe orthe
the class of 1MB of the Naval Academy Academyfrom Academyfrom Academyfrom
from which Mr Thompson also at grad graduated gradooted
Mated Had Mr Thompson on remained ins Intiu
fire navy he now would be Use ranking rankingirear rankingrear
rear admiral of tbe United Stales navy navyToasts navYToasts navyToasts
Toasts were ere drank to rhe The Navy and andto andto
to That grand old man George Dewey D wey weyAdmirnl
Admiral o of the Navy NavyPresent N NPresent
Present were Rear Admirals John H HUpshur
Upshur Robley D Evans Enn T O Selfridge SelfridgeSilas SelfridgeSUas SeltridxeSilas
Silas Casey Ca O Silas R R Terry A S S Barker BarklrC
C C E Clark C B B gavte V15 vie W H Brown Brow Browson
son R B BradfordT lradfo radford C H H Stockton R R RCloer
Clover J E E y Plllsbury I C Logan L pn C T THutchins
Hutchins J H Hemphill Hem Jth III Andrew Dun Dunlap
lap Richard Wainwright J M M Hawley HawleyAulick HawleyAuJlck
Aulick Palmer N A E Niles NJJ W W Kim Kimball Kilnball
ball William P Potter Aaron Ward W WH WH V VH
H H Southerland R R Nicholson Commo Commodore Commodore
dore R G Davenport Capts Bradley O OFIke
Fieke T M Potts Roy Smith William
B Caperton Cft rton and Commander 3 B Eb Eberlo Eborlo Eberle
erlo
S125 41 1 25Ilnliitnorc nnKImore and nnt Return Returnulthuorc
Baltimore A Ohio 0110Ever
Every Ever Saturday S t rday and Sunday Sunaa All trains trainsboth trainshoth
both ways ava3 s both days day except Royal Llm Limiced L1mited
iced

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