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4 TEE WASHINGTON WASRINGTOKERALD HERALD SATURDAY DECEMBER 31 1910
r I Saturday Specials I ICalifornia
California Figs sold before Christmas Christmasat
at 15c per perpkg pkg Special today pkg pk 6 UC UCMIXED C CI
1 1MIXED 1 0 OC OCCANDIES I IMIXED
MIXED NUTS NUTSSpccl Special l today only Jb b v vCANDIES C CCAi1DffiS
CANDIES reduced to less than cost for fo today todayBEST todayBEST todayBEST
35c 35cGUARANTEED
BEST CREAMERY BUTTER BUTTERGUARANTEED BUTTJiR
29 29c 29cPOTATOESBushel
GUARANTEED EQGS per perdozen dozen dozenPOTATOES 0 C CPOT
11 7c 7cTIGER
POT POTATOES POTATOESBushel A TOESBusbel Bushel 65c peck k w v vTIGER C CTIGER
TIGER BORAX LAUNDRY LAUNDRYSOAPYQ SOAP You knew kn kncwthe kncwthequality wthe the thequality
quality Seven 5cent cakes for forNO forlOc 25 C CIOc
lOc cans Schrivers Standard String Beansbuy them thernnow 5
C CMARYLAND
now Dozen GOc per can canMARYLAND
MARYLAND P PARSA ARsA 15cent can at any store 71 71Special
71 71Special
Special per can 9 2 2cANS C CNO
NO 2 CANS cANS RELIABLE RELIABLEPTh PINEAPPLE PINEAPPLEAlways APPLEAlways Always Alwayssold 7J 7Jsold 7j 7jsold
sold at 15 cents per can Special per can canBUCKWHEAT I 2 C CBUCKWIIEAT CBUCKWHEAT
BUCKWHEAT AND A TD PANCAKE FLOUR FLOURI0cpkgs lOc pkgs pkgsof 71 71of 47J 47Jof
of either of above per r pkg pkgfNow g 2 2Now 2C 2CNow
Now is the time t6 buy buyn a supply supplyFLASH supplyFLASHthe supplyFLASHthe
FLASH FLASHthe the Great Hand Cleaner Cleanercan CleanercanSuperior < can canwill an
Superior to soap for a dozen reasons Try ityon it you 7Jc I 2 2will 2vi1l
will find it the finest product you ever used usedWHITE us usedWHITE d dVHITE
WHITE LILY SIRUP SrnUPAnother Another opportunity to lay in a supply supplyof supplyof
of this excellent e = cellent sirup We want you to try this Oj Ojreally 9c fl flreally
really fine Corn porn and Cane Sirup Special per can canVe C CWe
We Ve claim that there is no better Bread Flour made madeP0tir madeFlour madeF
Flour F lour than u our Sanitary Brand We Ve cheerfully refund your yourmoney yourmoney yourmoney
money if you ever used a better flour flouraS flourSOUpS flourSanitary
Sanitary Brand Condensed Soups are unexcelled unexcelleda unexcelledOne unexcelledtOU
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SOUpS tOU a One trial will convince you of their merits meritsYou meritsYou meritsYou
You can buy buyT
Today T cday T One 50cent sack sapk Sanitary S itary Flour FlourOne SOC j jOne
One 10cent can Sanitary Soup fon fonAND lot fOIAND C CAND
AND REMEMBER OUR GUARANTEE GUARANTEEPerfect GUARAN GUARANTIZJZPerfect lEE lEEPerfect
Perfect satisfaction or money back backYou backHunts backHunts
Hunts Quality Fruits FruitsY
You Y au have seen the advertisements in all leading magazines magazinesYou magazinesYou magazinesYou
You know that these goods are marketed as Californias Finest FinestProducts FinestProducts FinestProducts
Products ProductsWe
We Carry a Complete Line of ofThese ofThese ofThese
These Matchless Goods GoodsIntroducing GoodsIntroducing
I IIntroducing
Introducing to Washington trade at wholesale cost t tHunts ET ETHunts
Hunts Supreme Quality per can canGuaranteed f 25 iCJC iCJCGuaranteed C CGuaranteed
Guaranteed equal and often better than goods sold as high highas
as 40c per can canPeeled canPeeled canPeeled
Peeled Apricots Peaches Pears P rs Cherries Hawaiian Pine Pineapple Pineapple Pineapple ¬
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STORES CLOSED ALL DAY MONDAY MONDAYc1J
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OYSTER FAMINE IS AVERTED AVERTEDSeveral AVERTEDSeveral AVERTEDSeveral
Several Boatloads offt offtBivalves of Bivalves Are AreExpected AreExpeoted AreExpeeted
Expected to Arrive Today TodayIrozon TodayIrozon TodayIrozun
Irozon River Also Has Kept Down DownSupply DOWllSupply DownSupply
Supply and Ilalaod Prlcea of olOther ofQtber ofOther
Other Sea S a Food FoodFor UOOIIFor ifoodF0I
For the U past five days dy Washington Washingtonhas Wn WflIt1WUmhtt l laf
has af been m ba u hnnUnent tm peril o of an oyster oysterfamine OstGTtamine oyitoraintn
famine aintn The Tb rtver has been frosen n to to8uch toIIuch toueh
8uch ueh aa extant that it t to I hnposslble foi foithe tOlthe fwthe
the oystermon 0 to get their boats up u to tothe tothe tothe
the city Several loads lo will arrive this thtemorning thismonllJt thismorning
morning however and the threatened threatenedFcardty throotooedprarclty threatenedvardty
Fcardty of the bivalves btvl Wva will be relieved relievedfor relievedfor relievedfor
for about twentyfour hours The cold coldivave coldwave oeMwave
wave predicted pre Jcted by the tb Weather Bureau Bureaumay Bureaumay Bureaumay
may cause a serious shortage In some someplaces ome omeplaces someplaces >
places in the past fortnight they have havebeen MYSbeen havebeen
been jelling mnC as a high as a U 1 a bushel bushelClams buah81el buheI1am
Clams el 1am sea bass bus speckled trout and andshad andshad andthad
shad ave have also a1 o been extremely scared scaredClam eareoian roo rooC1Rm
Clam C1Rm ian have bav been scarce for about tw twweeks tWA tWAweeks twweeks °
weeks and have Jumped to ft 1 a hundred hundredTheir bundredTheir hundredTheir
Their scardfy refly Ia assigned to the very veryfew vonfew verYfew
few men n engaged In gathering thering them themSea themban themSea
Sea bass have been selling UID < for 16 D cents centsper centsIter cenUper
per pound The supply to exceedingly exceedinglylow eXC oolnlly oolnllylow
low The Tbenrt tirE supply of this th fIsh re received reclved reie1ved ¬
ceived here for sixty Idx days win m arrive arrivethis amvethis arrivethis
this morning DC It to expected about 10000 10000pounds 10000O1nda 10000polnda
pounds will be received receivedSpeckled recetvedSpecJt1ed reIvedSpeckled
Speckled trout which are shipped hare harefrom horefrom herefirnn
from Miami are a also very scarce Re Reports He Hepqrts Repqrts ¬
pqrts from the fishjn banks in Florida FloridaBay Fiorldftlay Floridacay
Bay the nsh have come into the banks banksin banuIr bankain
in small numbers this season and on onnivsmnt onIItMJuat onuonat
nivsmnt of this fact there are only a few fewfirms fewfirms fewfirma
firms shipping them north Speckled trout troutare troutaTe troutare
are selling aeWn at about 15 cents per er pound poundA poundA
A local fisherman said last night that thatthe thattte
the immediate outlook In the fish mar market market mar1vt ¬
ket was wuJtOt not Ot very ery promising Jtromn unless a awarm awarm awarm
warm spoil prevail for several weeks weeksFor weeksFor weeksFor
For the next sixty days da at any rate ratesaid rat ratRaid ratesaid
said one fish dealer yesterday yeater day I ex export exf e er4t ¬
port f t all kinds of fish to be scarce I Ihave Ihave Ihave
have not seen things thi so dull in our line linefor linefor linefor
for some years ears There has been an ab absolute ab ablIolula absolute ¬
solute oyster famine for the past few fewdays fowdya fewdays
days Oyster which ordinarily sell for for2r torNtnta forenti
2r cent Ntnta per bushel 1wee were sId 8 Jd today for fora tilla fora
a dollar dollarIt doUar4Jt dollarHIt
HIt < It Is probable local fish dealers will willhave wmhave willhave
have some oine at their stuff tuft shipped by bymn bymnfrom rail railfrom railfrom
from Baltimore If the rivar to frozen for forAny forAn forany
Any An lenfftb If of time daring dnr1n the expected expectedi expoctedold expectedtold
i told old wave This will give temporary re relief re relIet reher ¬
her lIetIt
If the present warm spell had not notrorae nottome notrome
tome and thawed the tee I dare say saythe laYthe saythe
the Capital would have boon without a aDingle aIngle a alngio
Dingle edible oyster in three days daysAll dayaAll daysAfl
All Washington oyster and clam boats boatshave boatshave boatshavO
have bean down in the Chesapeake Bay Bayfor Bayfor Bayfor
for the tbepAiJt th past three weeks but have boen boenunable boenunable boonunable
unable tu catch many oysters on ac account ac account account ¬
count of the heavy north winds Those Thosewhich Thosewhich Thosewhich
which have cargoes have bean prevented preventedfrom prevent preventedfrom d dfrom
from getting ttlng up the river on account of ofthe otthe ofthe
the los loe
S Senntor Senators nntors Mother Dies DiesUnited DiesUnited DiesUnited
United States Stat Senator George Chamber Chamberlain Chamberlain chamberlain ¬
lain lain of Oregon received a a message m < Co yes yesterday yetlterdn yesterday ¬
terday terdn announcing the death of his moth mother mother mother ¬
er Mrs Pamelta T Chamberlain at atNatchez atNatcblK atNotches
Natchez Miss the old family home He Heleft Heleft Heleft
left last night to attend the funeral funeralGladstone funeralGhidstone funeralGladstone
Gladstone Ghidstone Fiends Not Guilty GuiltyCUiaiog GuIlt GuIltC1a Guiltyciatalug
CUiaiog C1a alR to bo b a grwxteon ef the t e farmer er premier premierol
ol Ettfihad George Gor B Gladstone who ia s swith dui ciwtd ciwtdwith ed edwith
with obtaining obt ui twe bodaia en the tepresentalloa that thatto tl1h thatbe
to wsa a wad pf Lou T4x HcCtase 1I Ifcssorer of tha thaUnited thaUnited theUciled
United Sates yesterday pVnided p1 cot n guilty
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PLAYERS ADD TO PARK FUND FUNDPresent FUNDPresent FUNDPresent
Present Musical Comedy at St SiStephens StStephens StStephens
Stephens san 1IallI sanJifforts Ml MlHfforts
I Hfforts of Columbia Heights CH1 CH1zemP C1tIzeDII Oltizeus
zemP zeus Association A1I8 elntlon for Play Playgrounds Pln PlnrOunds Playgrounds ¬
grounds Wins Favor FnvorAn Favorn FavorAn
An audience that crowded St Stephens Stephensparish St Stephensparish hens hensPLisb
parish ball last night witnessed the theperformance theI thep4rIsemaneo
I performance of Tho Mikado a musical musicalcomedy musicalcomedy mseIcalcomedy
comedy in two nets under the auspices auspicesof
of the playgrounds fund committee ot ofthe otthe otthe
the Columbia Heights Citizens Associa Association BJOclation ocIa ocIalion ¬
tion tionThe tionTh
The Th cast included eleven parts with witha
a chorus of school girls and courtiers courtiersMorgan courtiersMor couruersMorgan
Morgan Mor n Tittos in the role of the Mikado Mikadoand MlkfIdoand Mikadoand
and Mrs 1rs Alice Brewster Cassidy as asYum uYum asYum
Yum Yum Yum made decided hits hitsFollowing hitsPOU hitsFollowing
Following POU 1ng are those who participated participatedin
in the play Morgan Tittus TUtus F Warren WarrenM WarronB
M B B Mess Frederick Herbert Herbert H 1L Van VanVleck YanVleek VanVieck
Vleck Alice Cassidy Esther W Gregory GregoryIgna GrecotYlena GregoryIgna
Igna i i4 irsen rsan Mrs Wilson Lillian Men Menaugh MenAugh Menaugh
augh and Lee Holland HollandMrs HollandIrs HollandMrL
Mrs Clayton Graft was stage sta < o inane manager mllDfLoegOt inaneg ¬
gOt g Esther E Gregory businesj manager managerA
A A M M McCrelght musical director Carl Carlton Carlton Carlton
ton Lowe master of properties and andJohn andJohn andJohn
John Brandhoft BrnndhotI wardrobe master masterA muterA masterA
A special committee was appointed last lastNovember lastNovember lastNovember
November by the association to raise ralaeSOO
SOO 500 to aid in keeping up the local play playgrounds playground3 playgroundi ¬
grounds during the tl winter and spring springespecially sPringo springespecially
especially o peclally the playground pla ground situated at Co Colombia C0 C0lumbia Celumbin ¬
lombia road and Fourteenth street street in inthe Inthe Inthe
the associations territory territoryTwentyfive territoryTwEntytIve territoryTwentyfive
Twentyfive cents admission was waschargud wascharged wascbargud
charged with the th result that about aboutpersoDJI 1 1persons W Wpersons
persons attended netting a neat sum sumwhich sumwhloh sumwhich
which will about complete the required requiredamount requiredamount requiredamount
amount amountThe amountThe amountThe
The playgrounds committee commlttoe comprises comprisesDr
Dr Benjamin F GIbbs chairman Ed Edward Etlward Edward ¬
ward S S Fawcett Fawcett treasurer treuul6r J Clinton ClintonHiatt Clintonmatt ClintonHiatt
Hiatt secretary Randolph D Hopkins HopkinsPaul HopkinsPaul HopkinsPaul
Paul F Grove Max Kohner and Alton AltonB
B Carty CartyApetl CartyAged CartyAged
Aged Shoplifter Sentenced SentencedAfter Sentencecfi SentencecfiAtter SentenceAfter
After conviction on a charge of steal stealIng I l lfng
lug a silk scarf from a counter in a ado adopartmont de department dopertinent ¬
pertinent store Lottie Dunn alias Mur Murphy Murpby Murphy ¬
phy was yesterday sentenced to six sixmonths sixmonths sixmonths
months in jail j JI by Judge Pugh of the thePolice thePoliCe thePolice
Police Court The shoplifter is nearly nearlyseventy nearlysGnnty nearlyseventy
seventy years old oldCapita oldI oldcsp4ta
Capita and Profits Ore Over n775000 n775000OOD fl775 000
I I IAre
1 OOD Resolutions ResolutionsAre ResolutionsJ
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J Are in Order OrderTo OrderDO
DO 0 BECpME BECO BECOME IE identified identifiedwith identifiedwith identifiedI
To I with this conservative conservativeold
old bank is a good goodresolution goodre goodresolution
resolution re olution to make mak < and to toKEEP toKEEP toKEEP
KEEP KEEPSame KEEPSame KEEPSame
Same rate of interest paid paidon paidon paidon
on both large and small ac accounts accounts accounts ¬
counts countsNational
National Savings Savingsand SavingsI Savingsand
and Trust Company CompanyCor
I Cor 15th and N Y Ave AvaFOBTYFOOBTH AveI AvePoargouan
FOBTYFOOBTH TEAB
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IIMMUNITY IMMDHHI BATHS BATHSREFUSED BATHSREFUSED BATHSREFUSED
REFUSED TUB MEN MENGovernment MElGovernment ME MEoveiiimeiit
Government Will Attempt Attemptto
to Jail J ail Offenders OffendersPROSECUTION OffendersI OffendersPROSECUTION
I PROSECUTION TO BE PUSHED PUSHEDCompromise PUSHEDI PUSEEDCompromise
I
I Compromise Qffcrcd by y Attorneys Attorneysfor Attorneystor Attorneysfor
for Combine to Have Clients Plead PleadGuilty licadGuilty lclul lclulGulli
Gulli Guilty to Criminal Indictment and nndBe andDe andDC
Be Pined 1 lis Rejected by J Depart Department Dcpartnlcnt Iepartnient ¬
ment of Justice JWltleeIInve Have Strong Stron Case CaseWhile OaeWhUe CaseWhile
While no n official statement was forth forthcoming forthcomin forthcoming ¬
coming comin from the Department of Justice Justiceit Ju tico ticoIt
it was asserted last night on good au authority autborlty anthority ¬
thority that tho government Intend to topush topuah topush
push It its suit under the Sherman law lawagainst lawaptlUlt lawagainst
against thirtyfour tl rtyfour individuals and six sixteen slxtefn sixteen ¬
teen corporations alleged to make up tho thobath thobtJl thehalt
bath tub trust and to obtain jail terms termsIOR tormsfoil termsIOSr
foil the Individuals if possible possibleThis possiblerhis I Ilbls
This information was made public after aftera
a conference by William S Konyon as assistant ftit assistant ¬
sistant t to the Attorney General Edwin P PGrosvenor PGrosvenor PGrosvenor
Grosvenor special assistant to tho At Attorney AttOrM Attornoy ¬
torney tOrM General GO ral and Prank H H Watson WatsonUnited WatsonUnlled WatsontnIted
United States district attorney at Da Datrolt D Dtrolt Dotrelt
trolt and the legal representatives of the tfcodefendants thodefondaatB thedefendants
defendants The trust was represented representedby Npro ont ontby
by Rush Taggart of Now York Judge JudgeW JudneW Judgew
W L L Carpenter and Leo Butzel Hutzelof of De Detroit Petrolt Dotroll ¬
troll They Tba are understood to have of offered otfered offered ¬
fered a compromise oompromo They got little littlesatisfaction littleaUCactlon littlesalisfactIon
satisfaction satisfactionAccording aUCactlonAccording salisfactIonAccording
According to tho beat information the thecompromise thocomprom thecoznpronsis
compromise comprom e offered was to the effect effectthat etIocttbllt effootthat
that the trust would not oppose OPPOR the thegranting 111elJIUI1q thegran1ng
granting of an injunction by the United UnitedState UnJtodSttM UnitedStatedi
State Circuit Court which w1tl h wocM wOC l die dissolve dlJlaolve diesolve ¬
solve the alleged combination in wstrn1ntoC stralnt stra1utof stralntof
of trade trade provided the govornm govornmAlt it would wouldallow wouldallow wouldallow
allow the defendants to enter pleas of ofguilty otxuUt ofguilty
guilty in the criminal eases The govern government governm governleant ¬
leant m t was u to ask the court to tine the thedefendants thedetendaDta thedetandants
defendants who thus pleaded pkn ed guilty By Bysuch ByMuch Bysuch
such a a compromise tho thirtyfour in individual InI Individusla ¬
I dividual would have escaped all danger dangerof dancerof dangerof
of Jafl sentences Itene if conviction were werecured se secured se secured
cured curedOltlcln1H
Officials Keep JC p Sllenc SllencNeither Sn SilneeNeither nce nceNeither
Neither Mr Kanyon K 70n nor Mr Groavonor Groavonorwould GrosvonorWiWd Grosvenorwould
would discuss tho QUO last night but butU butthe
U 01 the e Attorney x General has deftned his htepMUton l11apNttion hisposition
position and that of his department in incases Incaae Incases
cases of this kind In a recent suit suitagainst sutttnt suitagainst
against tnt the window glass trust at Pltts Pittsbunt Plttsbur Plttsburg
bunt < Mr Wlckorsham expressed oxpro soo ate atesatisfaction dJ dJat 4ksailzaetion
at satisfaction aeUon when tho defendants were wereallowad waroAllowed woreallowed
Allowed to go into court court plead guilty guiltyand guiltyDd guiltyand
and Dd pay a Sue Aue thus escaping QjiC ptng jan son sentence Hnton sontonoes ¬
tence ton which the ofljeials oaJda believed should shouldnave shouldiv
nave 11 iv been Imposed At that time Mr MrWlckersbaxn MrWlckbam MrWickersham
Wlckersbaxn said that wherever the de department dt dtIrtm d dpartinent ¬
partment Irtm t found a violation of the Sber Sberinan Sharman Sherman
man antitrust anUrnet Jaw and could institute institutecriminal inaUtutecriminal institutecriminal
criminal proceedlacs pr ceodlacs It would press them themHe th thlIe themHe
He believed that a a few Jan terms would woulddo wouldI woulddo
do more to make tho Sherman antitrust antitrustlaw anUtrwItlaw antitrustlaw
law respected octed than a hundred fines finesIt ftn8It onesIt
I It was reported rted last night that Mr AirWickersnaro MrWlckersbAm MrWickerebam
Wickersnaro will not himself consider considerthe consldorthe considerthe
the offer of compromise made yesterday yesterdayby ye yesterdayby tarday tardayb
by b the bathtub officials He has turnod turnodthe turnoothe tmnodthe
the case over to Mr Kenyon and Mr Mri MrOronenor MrGrosvenor
i Grosvenor and d wilt follow their recom recommendations recomDMQdMiona rocomuindtion ¬
mendations Mr h Keayona position In Insuch Insuch insuch
such cases is almost as well deftncd as asthat asthat asthat
that of the Attorney General since he hehag beh hehas
hag h been conducting CODdueUn practically the same samesort amoIIOrt sameSort
sort of fight with the beef btH peckers in inChicago inChicago Inchicago
Chicago who arc seeking ektD to avoid crimi criminal arimlnal oriminal ¬
nal prosecution through civil proceed proceedings proceedHave d dlap ¬
lap lapHave
Have Strong Stron Case CaseTho QueTho CaseTho
Tho ease against the bathtub trust is issaid faMid Issaid
said to be exceptionally strong 1 tronc 7vl 7vldcnc vldcDCts lvi lvideuce
deuce of this was given several days ago agowhan a awhan agowbn
whan four concerns alleged to be in the thetrust tl10truIrt thetrust
trust gave notice that they bad with withdrawn withdrawn withdraw ¬
drawn drawnThe drawn drawnTh drawThu
The two actions civil civ and criminal criminalagainst crlmtnalapJut criminalagainst
against this combination went instituted institutedin
in different t circuits The civil suit was wasbegun wasbogus
begun becw in the Fourth circuit and hearings hearingsbefore hearlupbefore hearingsbefore
before a master have been had in several severallargo sverallarge voral voralJrrp
largo Eastern < dtu eitI The taking of test toetimony teGUmooy testnosy
nosy baa not been completed completedTh completedThe l edlbe
Th The criminal crimm salts were ere Instituted at atDetroit atDeliott t tD
Detroit in the Seventh circuit In Uric Uriccae UItaCIM thiscase
case thirtyfour individuals and sixteen sixteencorporations sixteencorporatons sixteenoorporatlons
corporations were w re indicted The defend defendenta delendents defendeats
eats were given until January I to make maketheir mkctheir maketheir
their appearance Tho defendants were werein wornIn wereIn
in many different States so that arrests arrestswere arrestswere ts tswere
were not made It is understood that all allthose a11thMt allthose
those indicted Intend to appear ap ar at Detroit Detroitbefore Dotroitbetoro Detroitbefore
before the time set by the court Th Thamount The Tl1eamount Theamount
amount of bond has b been n fixed at 4000 in hithe inthe Inthe
the caw of each aeh individual individualDISCUSS indIVidualDISCUSS individualDISCUSS
DISCUSS OHIO SITUATION SITUATIONTnfts SITUATIONIaftH SITUATION2afts
Tnfts Take Up Question Qa tion of Harmony Harmonyin
in Buckeye State StateCharles StateCharles StateCharles
Charles P Taft Taft of Cincinnati accom accompanied RCCOmpanlcd aecompaned ¬
paned by Mrs lra Taft Taft and their daugh daughter dau dauter daughter ¬
ter Louise Lou1eo arrived in Washington yos yosterday yosterday yesterday
terday and will be the guests of the thaPresident thoPr6llident thePresident
President and Mrs Taft until Tuesday TuesdayDuring Tue TuesdayDuring dn dnDuring
During his hi visit Mr Charles P Taft Taftwin Taftwm TaftwtU
win have an opportunity to discuss d1 s poUt political poUtlal poutical ¬
ical matters with the President and andsome andome andsome
some of the party leaders in Washing Washington WuhlngtOD Washington ¬
ton tOD and be ie will improve the oppor opportunity opportunJty opportunlty ¬
tunity The President is conferring contemn with withOhio withOWo withOhio
Ohio Republicans almost daily in an aneffort aneffort aneffort
effort to bring about harmony in Ohio OhioNow OhioNow OhioNow
Now that the Presidents closest clo t politi political poUtlcaladri politicat ¬
cal caladri advisers ers realize that he will be the theleader theleader theleaderof
leader leaderof of his party two years hence and anda
a candidate for reelection the men who whowere whowere whowere
were most active in organizing the moves movesmont mov movmont movetmont
mont for Mr Tafts nomination in IMS IMSare 1M3are Th0Sare
are coming forward to offer their as assistance asslstapcc asaistapco ¬
sistance in planning for the th campaign campaignof campaignofl3l
of ofl3l ofl3lIn W WIn 1JJ2 1JJ2In
In this movement two years ago agoCharles ag agCharles agoCharles
Charles P Taft was a very Important Importantfactor importantfactor Importantfactor
factor and he has lost none of a his ad admiration admiration admiralion ¬
miration for the President and abated abatednone nbat abatednone d dnone
none of his interest in the political for fortunes fortunes fortunes ¬
tunes of William H II Taft TaftTAMHANY TaftTA TaftTL1MANY
TAMHANY TA lVrnr ANY TRUCE OFF OFFBoss OFFDosI OITIloss
Boss Murphy and Grady Fail to Get GetTogether GetTogether GetTogether
Together TogetherNew TogetherNew TogetherNew
New York Dec 80 roThe The final efforts of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Democrats in Tammany friendly to toCharles tocharles toCharles
Charles F Murphy and an anc State Senator SenatorThomas SenatorThomas
1 Thomas F Grady to bring the two men mentogether mentogether mentogether
together failed tonight There is now a acomplete acOIJ1pleto acorip1ete
complete severance 1iI8Vernn e o of the relations po political po poUtJbaJ poIItIII ¬
litical and social between Mr Murphy Murphyand Murphyand Murphyand
and Mr Grady GradyEarly GradyEarly GradyEarly
Early in tho day these Democrats had hadtalks hadtalks hadtalks
talks with Senator Grady and urged him himto himto himto
to call upon Murphy and ascertain if a abetter abetter
I better understanding could not be bereached bereached bereached
reached Senator Grady would not go goThe goThe
The peacemakers then visited Murphy Murphyand Murphyand Murphyand
I and suggested sugge tcd to him that he send for forGrady forGrady forGrady
Grady and have a talk so that the rela relations relnUons relations ¬
tions of a lifetime might not be severed severedNo severedNo severedNo
No Murphy would not send for Grady Gradyand GradyI Gradynd
and nd declared de lared that Grady should not bepresident be bepresident bepresldnt
I president pro tern of the senate Mur Murphy Murph Mmphy ¬
phy ph added that the incident was closed closedBrief closedBrIef closedBrief
Brief In Oil Trust Case Casei CascA CaseA
i A supplementary supplementary brief to be submitted submittedby submIttedby submittedby
by the government in the Standard OH OHi ondissolution Oildissolution
i dissolution case has been completed at atthe attho atth
the th Department of Justice and is now in inthe inthe Inthe
the hands of the printer It will be filed filedin filedin fliedin
in the Supreme Court before the oral oralj oralargum6l1t oralargument
j argument begins In January and will be besupplemental besupplemental besupplemental
supplemental to the original brief sub submitted submitted submitted ¬
mitted during the presentation of the thecase thecase thecase
case to the court last March
PULLMAN CAR AT PANAMA PANAMALuxury PANAMA PANAMALuxury I
Luxury I uxury for those Planning a See Seeingcaual SeeIngcanal ee eeIngcaual
ingcaual Trip TripA TrIpA rrl rrlA
A seolng I3colnsthePanamaCanal < th9PanamaCanal trip will wlllsoon willsoon willsoon
soon bo begun by the Isthmian Cafial CafialCommission CnnlCommtaslon Caial CaialCommIssion
Commission which proposes to establish establisha stbffli stbfflia t bUsh bUsha
a Pullman service t on the Panama annma Rail Railroad Rallrond Railroad ¬
road Officers of the commission believe believethat believethat believethat
that many passengers paa will 111 prefer to cross crosethe crOSitbo crossthe
the isthmus in a Pullman car rathor than thanremain thanremain thanremain
remain In Ute vessels which are making makingslow milkingslow makingslow
slow progress through the looks of the thecanal thecanal thecanal
canal The running time across the lath isthmus iathmus lathmus ¬
mus by the railroad is two hours and andfive andAve antifive
five minutes minutesIAMR minutesLAMAIt minutesLAi1it
IAMR MEETS MEETScirEAGUs MEETScirEAGUsChief GOIiEEACHJES GOIiEEACHJESChief aOJ AG JES JESOIllef
Chief Justice White Makes Intro Introilnctiona lntr lntrductlons 1nfroductions
ilnctiona All Around AronmlChief Arou AroundChief ul ulChIof
Chief Justice Edward I p I White of the theUnited UUUnited theUnited
United States Supreme Court paid a aformal atonnal aformal
formal call yesterday ye terday on all nllot of tho thoasao thoasaoelate asso assodate RUOelate
elate justices ju Ueee and introduced to them themtheir themtheir themtheir
their future colleague Associate Justice JUIUctJo JusticeJoseph j jJoseph
Joseph Jo oph R Lamar who will take the oath oathof oathc oathcf
of c otlico and lUISum assume his place on the tliebench thebench
bench when the court meets next Tuos Tuesday Tuosday Tuosday ¬
I
day dayJustice dayJUfltlco dayJustice
Justice Willis Van Dovanter has not notyet notyet notyet
yet arrived in Washington but a lotter letterlias lotterbas lotterhas
bas boon received from from him by y th the clerk clerkof clorlot clerkof
of the th court statin staling that ho wiU bo o here hereIn hereIn hereIn
In time to take the oath tl of ofllco and andtumo as assume asslime ¬
slime his duties when wherith8 the oourt resume resumeits rotlUmosIta romirnosIts
its sittings next Tuesday Tuo day af after tor the bolt holiday hoUda boltday ¬
day da rcce rcceSIMS rooOfa rooOfaSIMS recemSIMS
SIMS TO BE CENSURED CENSUREDCnWnd CENSUILEDCiiblnvt i iCabinet
Cabinet Meeting Takcj tip Question Qncaiionof
of Ottlccra IndlMcrotlon IndlMcrotlonOne IntlJHcrOtionOno indiserttionOno
Ono of the question discussed at the theCabinet theCabinet theCabinet
Cabinet mooting meetin yesterday was the case caseoj clUteo caseof
oj o Commander William S Sims U S N Ncommanding NconunandtuC Ncommanding
commanding officer of the battle ship shipMinnesota shipMinnesota Ip IpMinneota
Minnesota of the Atlantic fleet l1ot who on onDecember onDecomber onDecember
December 3 last made a speech at Guild Guildhall GuildhaU Guildhail ¬
hall in London at which wbJc ho said that in incase IncaB Incase
case of a foreign war Great Britain Britainwould Drf Britttawould p pwould
would in his personal opinion probably probablyreceive prob1JlyreeeIVe probayreceive
receive assistance from the United UnitedStates UnitedStatu milledStates
States StatesSecretary Statuseretuy StatesSecretry
Secretary of the Navy Meyer regarded regardedCommander regardedCommaader regardedCommander
Commander Sims speech eocl1 a as Indiscreet Jndiscrtetand Indl8cnetanel Indiscreetand
and cabled to him asking for an expla explanation explaBatJon explanation ¬
nation He practically admitted making makinguj maJdDcIU1h makingsuib
IU1h uj h a a statement but added that his re remarks ro romnrka remarks ¬
marks were made upon the spur ur of the themoment theJnOIDOAt themoment
moment and without deliberation deliberationIt
It is llkeely that he will be mildly cen censured censured consurod ¬
sured No further disciplinary action actionhowever actionhowover actionhowever
however is expected expectedGAGE expectedGAGE expectedGAGE
GAGE PLEASED WITH 1Tll OUTLOOK OUTLOOKFormer OUTLOOKFormer OUTLOOKFormer
Former Seoretary of the Treasury TreasurySpeaks TreasurySpeaks TreasurySpeaks
Speaks of Seasons Good Crops CropsProductH OropsProducCHForm OropiProducts
Products ProducCHForm Form Bnormoux Founda Foundation Foundation Foundation ¬
tion lor for or Jlanufncture and Trade TradeIn TradeIn Prndein
In Coming cOming Months Monthslfw Monthsfew Monthslew
few York Dec 38 aLy Lynnui J Gage GageSecretary G GoSeerotary o oSeenJtary
Secretary of the Treasury from 1SV7 to tolOOZ toive
1902 lOOZ and s a banker for many years e before beforethat belOlethat bstovethat
that that hut who dortas during 1 the last five fly yes yesha yesre yesrehas ears earshaI
ha has lived liYed in Southern California CaUtor iA where wherehe wb wbbe wherehe
he speeds much of his tta tllMlIt tIzss ta philosophic philosophicreflection JJbi1olopbioreJIecdoD philosophicreftsction
reflection arrived arfv at the Hotel BotelhJ Belmont Belmenttoday toAtto Belmonttoday
today to and expoct to be here about a aweek awoek aweek
week He was asked what he h thought of ofthe otthe ofthe
the business outI outtoO outtoOI out took tookI
I I have been so lone out of active af affairs atr eftli ¬
fairs r tli and am so far away y that for torto me mets ra rato
to talk business In like a a man who is ison Jaon Ison
on the topmost row of a a too foothall l ltrtbC arena arenatrytef sewtrytTt
trytef te taU what is Xete thg on in th thsosabbte thIiQUbbIe thsqeabbi
sosabbte in the neld fretow to mid Mr MrOs Mra MrBut MrGag
Os a Gag e
GagBut eBut
But ooodittonB conditlo ought to bo seed for forgeneral torCeMrILI forgeneral
general industry tDdWltryand and trade It is reported reportedthat reportedthat reportedthat
that we have got Ma660Mt IiI8 worth oC ofnew oCnew oCnew
new products gathered from the soil soil the theforest thetoresta thetoreats
forest toresta aad the mines mt during ifW ifl and andthey aDdthe andthey
they the are the subjects ef manufacture maaufkWreancl manuMctureand manufactureand
and exchange They TIK afford onl an enormous enormousfoundation en0nD01fOUDdation enormouafoandation
foundation for manufactures and trade tradeand tradeand tradeand
and it is hard to see how we can fall to tohave tobae tohave
have very good conditions m in respect to toWhen totb tothe
tb the
tbWheo
When it comes com to investments stocks stocksand stocksand tockaand
and bonds they t 8T are not entirely tireb governed governedI govensedby governedby
I by real facts relating to production ou ADd aadeammere ADdeoIIUDerca andessameree
eammere They are sensitrve to legisla legislation 11Cia1alion legisislion ¬
lion lion court decisions and apprehension apprehensionfor appreheuioutor
for the future even though these mar marexist JII7e zn zn031st
exist only in the imagination tIon and the theinterplay thetaterpiaT theInterplay
interplay of these factors on the minds mindsof II1indaot mindsof
of men operate to make or modify opin opinion oplDion opinIon ¬
ion and either ther stimulate or depress the theinvestment eiavMtmeDt theInvestment
investment market marketI
1 I should expect to see OUT conditions conditionsprevail condttto conditionsprevail II IIprovaO
prevail as to the loan market for some sometime 1101110time sometime
time to corao but nobody must take me mefor mefor tuefor
for an authority authorityTOST authorltyMUST authorityM1TST
MUST FIND 8 A WEEK WEEKPrisoner WEEKPrisoner VEEKPrJ
Prisoner PrJ oncr Without Jol Ordered to toSupport toSupport toSupport
Support Ills Wife WifeAdjudged WifeAdjudged VUeAdjudaed
Adjudged guilty of nonsupport before beforeJudge boloreJ beforeJudge
Judge J Pugb In Police Court Frederick FrederickW FrI d8l1ck d8l1ckW
W Kopper of m 3 H street northeast northeastwas northoutwas northeastwes
was yesterday ordered to pay pity his wife witertIr1J wifeMrs j jMrs
Mrs Grace L Kopper of 419 41 Second Secondstreet Sooondstreet Secondstreet
street southwest I 8 a weok for one year yeart
t t Kopper pleaded he was out of work and andnad andnad andfled
nad no prospect 1ro pect of obtaining a position positionbut p08IUonbut positionbut
but Judge Pugh ruled that a man must mustsupport muatsupport mustsupport
support his wife whether he Is working workingor
or lot
itoLTALKS
TALKS TARIFF TO TAFT TAPTA
A A II Sanders of Chicago Discusses DiscussesPermanent DIReu8seliPerDlanent DicusePermanent
Permanent Board with President PresidentVlvin Presidentlvin Presidentthin
thin lvin H H Sanders of o Chicago 8 mom member momher momher ¬
her of the tariff board bO ro saw President PresidentTaft PresidentTatt PresidentTaft
Taft for a few minute yesterday ye terday morn morning morning morntug ¬
ing to talk over the permanent tariff tariffcommission taritIcolJllIllalilon tariffcommission
commission proposition He thinks this thisis thisIs thisIs
is the biggest bll question tJon now before Con Congress Congreq Congross ¬
gross and the country and commented commentedas
as be left tho executive offices offlcos upon the thegreat thegre thegreat
great gre t change cbAn in i public sentiment during duringthe durln durlnthe duringthe
the last few years eara with reference to this thissubject thisubject thissubject
subject subjectAdvocates subjectAdvocates ubjectAdvocate
Advocates of the permanent tariff com commission commtufon cornmission ¬
mission idea and of the piecemeal revis revision revisIon revi reviion ¬
ion of the tariff tari were called visionaries visionariesnot vislonarlOSnot
not so long ago said Mr Sanders Now SNowit Nowit NowIt
it is realized that they wore J workingaJong working worklngalong workingalong
along the right line linoSUES llneSUES linesiis
SUES siis HOTEL FOE on 507 507Temporary 507Tcmporary 5O7Temporary
Temporary LollS of Trnnlc Cause Cnug for forAction 101AeUon byAction
Action of airs Laura RiehL RiehLMrs RIehLMrs ItleliLMrs
Mrs Laura Riehl of Washington has hasfiled ha3fiJe hasfiled
filed suit against a Cleveland hotel for torSOi forlO7
SOi 507 in damages which she he says were in incurred incurred Incmred ¬
curred by the hotel in substituting a adrummers adruflmOf adruruuors
drummers druflmOf sample Iil mpIo case e for hor trunk trunkMr trunkMr trunkMr
Mr and Mrs Riehl wore making a asummer asumm asummer
summer summ r trip through the Lake regions regionslast regions regionslast regionslast
last August On the 29th of this month monththey monththoy monththey
they stopped at a wellknown Cleveland Clevelandhotel Clevelandhotel Clevelandhotel
hotel and intrusted their trunk checks to toa toa toa
a porter who got thorn mixed with those thosebelonging thosebelonging thosebelonging
belonging to a drummer drummerA
A dispatch received here yesterday from fromCleveland tramCleveland fromCleveland
Cleveland states that Mr and Mrs Riehl Riehlwere Riehlwere Riehiwere
were on their honeymoon The dispatch dispatchsays dispatchsays dispatchsays
says an action in t5O SO was brought by the thewoman thewoman thewoman
woman for time lost from honeymoon honeymoonMrs honeymoonMrs honyrnoonMrs
Mrs and Mrs Rlahl were married more morethan morethan morethan
than a year y r ago agoPtomaines agoptomaines agoPtomalnca
Ptomaines Kill Boy Boyi Do DoFunkstown BoyFunkatown
i Funkstown Md Dec 3ft 3OWUlIam William R REvans REvans REvans
Evans aged fourteen years yoois son of W WG WG WG
G Evans of Plttsliurg died last midnight midnightat
at the home of his his uncle S F Evans Evanshare Evanshore Evanshero
hare from ptomaine poisoning poIonlngby by erting ertingoysters el erthgoysters tlng tlngoysters
oysters at supper aup fJr Monday evoning The Thaboy Thoboy Theboy
boy with his parents came to Fonks Fonkstown Fankatown Fonkstown
town to spend the th Christmas Chri tmas holidays
URGES R1FSPJSIOI4 PENSION PLAN PLANNeed PLANNeed PLANNeed
Need < of Legislation Appa ApparentSays iPIJa iPIJaenf Apaic
rentSays ic enf Says P YtDeGraw YtDeGrawi YtDeGrawSUBMITS y Do e Gr Waw WawSUMIS uy uySUJ3
i
SUBMITS SUJ3 SANNuAL AOTTJAI ANNUAL REPORT REPORTFourth REPORTioUJtl1 11EPORTFourth
Fourth Assistant Postmaster Gen General Genevnl ¬
r rcrn1
eral crn1 Declare efficiency of Bureau BureauDepends Dur lluenuDepends nu nuDepenllH
Depends DepenllH Upon Care of Aged and andSuperannuated anduJ1eranuuaied andUperannuatcd
Superannuated uJ1eranuuaied Uperannuatcd + EmpJoetoSnvlng EmpJoetoSnvlngot EniployesSnvlngofh8OOO Employe Saving Savingof
of ofh8OOO JfSOOO 1F8OO In Deadletter Office OfficePensions OfficePonltOQS OfficePeiIop
Pensions for agod and superannuated superannuatedamployae superannuatedempleyo upenumufttodornploy
amployae ornploy ara ar strongly urged by P V VDoGrmtho VD4G VDdGt1th
DoGrmtho D4G 1it1V tbo Fourth Aariitant tant Postmas Postmaster POIItmutar Postanastot ¬
tar General Goneralln in hi his annual report sub submitted sublnttted submittod ¬
mitted ycptarday The old employee emplo can cannot cannot cannot ¬
not bo dropped from the rolls contends contendMr ContendsMr i
Mr Do Graw without entailing great greathardship greathardship
hardship and suffering and the need of oflegislation atle oflegislation I
legislation le talUon on tho pension pen question la laone hione isone
one of necessity if the efficiency of his hisbureau hlaburenu hisbureau
bureau to to be kept up to a reasonable reasonablestandard ronabletindard reasonablestindard
standard standardMr stindardMr tindardl1r
Mr Do Craws report take tk up In de detail de detaU dotail ¬
tail the work accomplished during the thepast I IpQt IIstit
past year A saving of ltJOO 80 wa w effected effectedin eaeettdIn effectedIn
in the doadlattar r office be says al although 01tltough although ¬
though the number of pieces of mail mailmatter moUtter mallmatter
matter tter increased 50600 The work of oftlie ofthe ofthe
the DivisIon of Topography is also re rarefcrred rerettered rereferred
referred to and its work in collecting collectingcompiling collectingeomplUJg collectingcoznptiiug
compiling and publishing the informa information Informa110n fttformalion ¬
lion required by b the 01 service serviceISffectn aervJceBJlecta serviceEffects
Effects Saving Sn lng In Salaries SalariesThe SalariesThe I
The rural free delivery service forms formsa tormsl
a considerable part of the report De Detail DeI Dotails ¬
tails tail of the consolidation of the star starroutae starrout starroutes
routes rout with the rural delivery service serviceand serviceaM serviceand
and the discontinuance of poetoffices poetofficesara
are given A A saving vtar of 81f M > M2 was ef effected ette offotad ¬
tAd in the item of postmasters sal salaries 1118JIea salaries ¬
aries by the operation of the rural serv service servle seryics ¬
ice le The waving Ylnl of ttSJQUJMt is noted notedhi notedin
in the discontinuance of the star Ur routes routesRaoommendation routeReeoaameadatJoaa routesReoommendzdona I
Raoommendation of the Fourth Assist Assistant Assistant t tant ¬
ant ant besides bemd the need of a pension sys system sy sytern ys yst8m ¬
tem are for a merger or the approprialions appropria appropriations propna propnatioD ¬
lions for rural and star route service servicelegislation lemeekJctalation servicelegislation
legislation for the stabUhment t of a alimited alimited alimited
limited parcelspost narce t system on the rural ruralroute ruralrouta ruralroutes
route routa legislation for extending to rural ruralcarriers ruralcarriers ruralearners
carriers and other employee employ of the serv service aervlee rv rvlee ¬
lee and benefits of the provisions made madefor madetor madefor
for the families tamlU of railway postal clerks clerkswho clerkwbo clerkswho >
who are killed t f tr > r injured while on duty dutyand dutytad dutyand
and tad for a nominal charge for the return returnto returnto returnto
to sender of matter accumulating at the thedeadletter thedea4letter thedeedletter
deadletter office officeMOKE 001ceMORE otflceMORE
MORE SUGAR SUGARRAIJDS FRAUDS SEEN SEENNew S SEENNew N NZcw
New Orleans and San Francisco Also AlsoProdnae AboProdnoe AlsoProduce
Produce DlnclosuroM DlnclosuroMThe DfllclOllUroHTbe DiaclosurosThe
The United States Stat government to not yet yetthrough yetthlo yetthiough
through thlo with the sugar trust Investiga lnvesttpUOft Investigatloa Investigation ¬
tion at New Orleans and at San Fran Francisco PrPelKo Frandeco ¬
cisco have uncovered trail that lead leadofficiate Jeado1leiQs leadotadals
officiate of toe eastern service to be bei be beIfon beIto
i Hov Ifon Ito that it II soil atlUpouible possibU for th tIN gov government JOeramtftt go goernment ¬
ernment to collect larfs sum from th thtrust U Utruat thotiust
trust trustThe
truatTbe
The Investigation Iat1aaUonat at New Orleans Orle goes goesback S08Iback goesback
back more than a dense yearn The al alleged aiIeled sileged ¬
leged frauds were committed COIIUI tte4 In the sam sampling ampUn sampling ¬
pling pUn of the sugar and are not con concerned concerned concorned ¬
cerned with the weighing wel btnc < It was said saidi aJdyesterda saidyesterday
i yesterday by an official that it to hard hardto bdto hardto
to estimate how much the government governmenti pveraftMatoat governmentlost
i lost through these 1he e frauds for they have havecovered haftovod havecovered
covered a a long period of time timeThe 1baeTtM timeThe
The frauds on the Coast Cout said to have hanbeen havebeen
1 been committed by the trust tnJtt were draw drawi clrawrMda drawbeck
i back frvdc fr ds Itkoi Jtk i tsVose tSos Ij lmght wsfat tto to togkt togktreosntiy light lightrecently bt btreceaUy
recently in New York York where the thegovernment theIOv thegovernment
government IOv ment expocU U 0 recover pos possibly e1Ib1 poeslbiy ¬
sibly 1Ib1 9800001 I moeoo In the Baa By Fran Francisco Prauc Fraudeco ¬
cisco case it is alleged that sugar sugarImported 8DPIimported sugartmed
Imported from the Philippines and used usedin UHdID usedin
in fruit exported afterward got a draw drawI drawback drawback
I back as Java Jft sugar These frauds trauda too tooare toosaid
are 1 said to have blveHeD been extensive extensiveDEK extensiveDENY extensiveDENY
DEK DENY DISCORD IN CHURCH CHURCHLooal CHURCHLocal GIIURCIILocal
Local Ohristian Scientists Discredit DiscreditReports DiscreditReports DiscreditReports
Reports from Boston BostonSir BostonZUr BostonMr
Sir Ernestine Adorns Inclined to toBelieve toReIJeve toRelieve
Believe 31r Mrs Stetson Was WasMisquoted WasMisquoted VlUI VlUIMiaquoted
Misquoted MisquotedChnsHan MiaquotedScMntitrts MisquotedGhist
ChnsHan Scientists in Washington are arenot anDGt are1st
not inclined wa lnGd to take tnk serioosfr Hrio seriom4 the t pub published tUbed publisbed ¬
lished ed reports that disruption dJ8rUdoft exists in inthe hithe inthe
the Mother M ther Church at Boston A con consensus GOB2IeDIIUS eonsenmm ¬
sensus of opinion gathered pth d fr from inter interviews interview interviews ¬
views with several of the leaders l r1I in the thechurch bechurch thechurch
church here would indicate that tbt while whilethey whUethey whilethey
they believe b the oxconmuniction mmommunk tJon of ofMrs ofYrs ofMrs
Mrs Stetson to have been justified justlfl d they theydo theydo theyd
do d not think the statements attributed attributedto
to her are founded upon fact factMost tactM factMost
Most of the tJa local Christian Chr1 tlan Scientists Scientistsdeclare Scientistsdeeare Scientistsdeclare
declare that that In the absence a o of any an In Information In Infonnation information ¬
formation to the contrary C Dtrlry they believe believematters believematlers believematters
matters in the Mother Church to be on onan onan onan
an entirely harmonious bulL They say saythat saytlult saythat
that tlult as the church here is small they theyare the theaN theyare
are not in constant direct touch with withthe wftbthe withthe
the directors at Boston and are there therefor theretor therefor ¬
for not in a position to bo quoted upon uponthe uponthe uponthe
the subject subjectMrs subjootMrs subjectaIrs
Mrs Ernestine Adams dams one of the most mostactive mostacUvo mostactive
active workers for the movement fn fnWashington rnWuhlncton faWashington
Washington when seen last night said saidI
I do not believe that Mrs Stetson ever eversaid eversrJdjhe evermdd4be
said srJdjhe ihe things attributed to her I do donot donot donot
not defend her but believe that she sb he has hasbeen basbean hasbeen
been misquoted There is no lack of ofharmony ofharmony ofharmony
harmony in the mother church churchMrs churchMrs II IIMrs
Mrs Adams Ad8D1l daughter auhter who Is I second secondeader s6COndeader secondeader
eader in tho First Christian Science ScienceChurch ScfenceChurch Sciencechurch
Church hero reiterated her mothers mothersstatements mathersJltatements nothesstatements
statements H C C Wilson first reader readerof readerot readerof
of the church would make no comment commentupon commentupon commentupon
upon the situation when seen last night nightBEPTTDIATE nightREPUDIATE nightREPUDIATE
REPUDIATE STETSON VIEWS VIEWSDirectors VIEWSDirectors VIEWSDirectors
Directors of Mother Church Deny DenyOrthodoxy DenyOrthodoxy DenyOrthodoxy
Orthodoxy of New Leader LeaderNew LcaderNew LeaderNew
New York Dec IDTbe The declaration by byMrs byMrs byMrs
Mrs Augusta IS Stetson the excom excommunicated excommunfcated m mmunlcatcd ¬
municated leader of the First Church of ofChrist otChrist ofChrist
Christ Scientist in this city of her con conviction convIction conviction ¬
viction and that of many Christian ChristianScientists ChrSUanSclenililts ChristianScientists
Scientists throughout the country of the theImminence thoImminence theImminence
Imminence of the resurrection in fleshy fleshyform fleshyform eshy eshytorm
form of Mary Baker Eddy the founder founderof
of the Christian Science cult had the theeffect theetIect theeffect
effect today of forcing the directors directors of ofthe ofthe
the mother church of the faith In Bos Boston BosI Doeton ¬ I
ton into vehement denial of the ortho orthothoao orthodoxy
I doxy ot Mrs Stetsons doctrines and andthose i
those of her followers who believe U4c with withher withher withher I
her that Mrs M Eddy will make a demon domonatratlon darnonstratton demonstration
stratton of tier triumph over death deathHOYAL dtflthROYAL deathROYAL
ROYAL GREETINGS RECEIVED RECEIVEDNew
I New Years greetings from the crowned crownedi crownedhlndS crownedhoadi
i heads of Europe began to pour into the theWhite theWhite th thWhite
White Rouse yesterday That of Em Emperor Emperor Emperot ¬
peror William of Germany was the first flrstto tIrstto firstto
to be transmitted to President Taft and nndhoJlday andholiday andholiday
holiday felicitations from several others otherswere otherswere otherswere
were brought in during tho day dayFollowing dayFollowing dayFollowing
Following custom long established the thegreetings thegr thegreetings
greetings gr eUngg of the United States and of ofPresident otPreshlont ofPresident
President Taft will not notge go tJotr off until late latetomorrow latetomorrow latetornorrowaftornoon
tomorrow tornorrowaftornoon afternoon or Just in time to toreach toreaoh toreach
reach the theEuropean European monarchs as the Now NowYear NowYoarts NowYearIn
Year Yoarts Is breaking upon the Eastern conti continent JOnUnent contineat ¬
nent i
J
IT PAYS PAYSTODEAL1Tc1OtDEWnE1IUGYS PAYSTODEAL1Tc1OtDEWnE1IUGYSSEVENTHAND TO DEAL M AT COLPE > TUETl GrS GrSOpen
SEVENTHAND K ° Dcpcndable Store StoreL
I L Open Open Until 9 oClock Tonight TonightI TonightMe I IMens
Mens Me s S 15 I S to S 18 I 8 Suits SuitsI SuitsJ
I J NOW NOW7 NOW7t I 7 7Our
t t l M1 Our store policy dcesnt permit permitof pennitof
7 of stragglers or holdovers Thats Thatsthe Thatsthe
I the sole reason for this determined determinedsacrifice detenninedsacrifice determinedsacrifice
sacrifice of the small lots and andbroken andbroken andbroken
broken lines of Mens Suits that thathave tbathave thathave
have accumulated during a seasons seasonsbrisk seasonsbrisk
4 brisk selling That explains why whywe whywe whyhave
we have disregarded regular values valuesand valuesand valuesand
and shut our eyes to loss in order orderto orderto orderto
to make a clean sweep of one two twoand twoand twoand
and three Suits of a kind m in our ourregular onrregular ourY
Y regular stock stockNever stockN
4 Never N ever in the history of the cloth clothing clothing clothjr ¬
+ jr ing ing business have you known such suchwonderful suchwonderful suchr
r wonderful pricemaking pric making
i AT SEVEN SIIVE DOLLARS choice is of ¬
12 1 feted of Men a Stylish Well Tailored TailoredSuits TailoredSuits
r IV44 Suits of various highclass high class materials materialsincluding materialsIncludIng
47 including pure worsteds line caasimeres caasimeresand cuslmerestnd cassimerosl
l W 4 tnd cheviota in a large variety of ofdressy atdressy
1il r dressy patterns patternsChoose patternCboose patternsdjf
djf Choose from dark mist mixtures urea dark darkstripes darkGtrtp
y stripes Gtrtp Jl grays gT s fancy J14 mixture browns brownsnovelty bl brownnovelty wos wosnovelty
novelty B stripes s seltlItr selfstripe lf stripe effects etrects plain plaincolors plaincolors plaincolors
colors colors and plain black blackNot blackNot blackNot
Not all size sizes Iz of each style but every everysize eveIYsl everyt
t sl size from 3 S to 42 4 In the lot lotValues lotValues lotValues
Values worth fifteen slxteonflfty slxteonflftyand slXteentIUyand sIxteenfiftyand
and eighteen elgh teen dollars go at seven dol dollars dollars dolhare ¬
lars
PRESENT PLAY THIRD TIME TIMESt
St Patricks PatrIe I Dramatic Clot In Bene Benefit llenefit Benefit ¬
fit for Two Churches ChurchesSt Churchesfit
St fit Patricks Patriclc Dramatic Club appeared appearedfop appearofor appearedfor
for the fhe third timo UmoJq Umein ia 1U popular comedy comedyFor oomooylor comedyFor
For One Night Only for the peneltt penelttof benefit benefitof enefttof
of St Francis de Sales S Church Langdon Langdonand Langdonand Lamgdoniid
and iid SL St James Church Mount Rainier Rainierin
in Carroll Hall last night nightAlthough DlptAJthoustt nIghtAlthough
Although this is the third time the pay payhas PlaYhaa psyhas
has been presented since last spring the thehall thebaIl thehail
hall was packed with an enthusiastic enthusiasticaudience eatbusIRstleauclftnee enthusiasticaudience
audience which showed Its appreciation appreciationof
of the good work af the amateur per performers pertorm performers ¬
formers torm In Ita generous applause applauseThe applauseTbe applauseThe
The cast ef characters cuu Included John JohnO
O 0 Alien Paul Bines Oliver L Le Beau BeauJames BoatsJmeII BeauJames
James S S McKee Denis B B Conn Connell I Miss MissHelen Y1 Y1Helen MissHelen
Helen Gantley Miss fl flMiss Annta Connors ConnorsMiss ConnonMJu >
Miss Marjorie Corcoran C reoran and Miss M Jo Joanna J Joanna 0 0UIIa ¬
anna Gloetzner GloetznerMusic Glo8tmerMuaIe GloetanerMusic
Music was furnished between the acts actsby actJIby actsby
by St Patricks string orchestra under underthe underthe underthe
the direction of Hobart H RamsdoU The Thepersonnel Tho8l1t01 Thepersotinel
personnel 8l1t01 nel of the orchestra is as follows fallowsViolins followsVioUu followsViolins
Violins VioUu Hobart H lL Ramsdell conductor conductorGeorge conductorGrse conductorGeorge
George W V Skilton Sk ton Mlas u Ua Joanna J oana Gloom Glotzaer Gl Glas Gloomnor
nor as Miss n OUela Gtoetaner George Q e Mos Maskey MoskeT Mo Mokey
key Paul Schwartz sad E Eo R Robey Robeycellos Robeyoello
cellos Miss Ethel Lee and Paul Rams Ramsdell RamscleIl Ramsdoll
dell pianist Miss Agnes Dowling DowllngrThe DowlingTIle DowlingThe
The pastor Rev A A M Mark and the thecongregations thecoD thacongregatio
coD congregations < eptlona a of the two churches c urebM In iawhose Inwbose inwhose
whose aid the entertainment was given givenextended givenextended Iven Ivenextencled
extended heartiest thanks tbanJaaJ oa the mem members members mombore ¬
bers of St t Patricks Dramatic Club and andstring ondatrhg andstring
string orchestra tra for their kindness in ingiving InVinc Ingiving
giving Vinc the play and also to Rev Dr DrRussell DrRell DrRUNOIL
Russell and Rev Father McGuigan for forTheir forneAr forThelr
Their kind assistance ce and encouragement encouragementThe enCOunqom80tThe
The affair a4 was a success In every way wayand wayaDd wayand
and 8 a goodly ly sum was realized for the theaid tbeaid theaid
aid of the two churches churchesPLAU churcboLPLAN churchesPLAN
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Syracuslans Lodge No Mr 18 Knights of ofPythias ofPythjas ofPythias
Pythias held its annual election of offi officers omcara ollicore ¬
core and made arrangements for the in instHation insUillaUon Installtion
stHation on January 6 6 at a regular regularmasting r regularmeeting g lar larmoedBg
meeting hold in Pythian Temple last lastnlsht lastnlgbt lastnight
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The officers o rs elected for the ensuing ensuingyear ensuiugyear ensuingyear
year are J H Williams chancellor com commander commander cornmandr ¬
mander S S W Wolfsheimer vice chan chancellor cbancoHoI cliancolor ¬
color A J J Sberwood prelate S W WPearson WPearson WPearson
Pearson keeper of records and seal Al Albert Albert Atbet ¬
bert Kahlert master of exchequer A Af A Ap A
p 11 f Jar Jarboe boo master of finance J G Mc McQueen Me MeQUMn McQueen ¬
Queen master of work R R G Cook Cookmaster Cookmaster Cookmaster
master of arms William Dargie inner innerguard Innerpard innerguard
guard L L B Nye outer guard S S JL JLPearson M MPea1SOn MPearson
Pearson A J Sherwood W Darcle Darjlc Dar c H HA II IIA HA
A A Rau 1 and L B Nye representatives representativesto
to the Grand Lodge I
TAFT AFT NOT WILLING WILLINGTO WILLINGTO IbLING IbLINGTO
TO DICTATE MOVE MOYESees MOVESees NOVESees
Sees No Necessity for Chang Changiiisf Changiug Cliaiiging
iiisf iug National Chairman ChairmanAlthough CllairmanAlthoutt ChairmanAlthough
Although Republican leaders te sad out outof Ulor outof
of Congress Consr have been urging President PresidentTaft PrelitdentTaft PresidentTaft
Taft to take steps to reorganise the Re Republican IWpuWlCan Repuhilc5n ¬
publican National Committed It was said saidyesterday aId3elrtenlay saidyesterday
yesterday that Air Taft to opposed oPP 5el to tasuch toIAlCh tomuch
such action The President his hi friends friendssay frieDdsf irisndesay
say f does not eare to be put in t t posi position posidon posttion ¬
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man to be elected at ata a a special meeting meetingof
of the committee in the near future future did didnot didDOt didnot
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persons who fear or profess pro to fear fearthat fearthat fearthat
that formidable opposition opp will m develop developto
to the renominatioft a of President Taft TaftSince TattSince TaftSince
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