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A LHUQUEHUUE, NEW MEXICO. TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 2(5. 1003.
ONILY A TRANSFER'
New Chinese Ambassador Hundred and Fifty Hotel
Chicago Bandits Attack
Guests Flee in Night
TO BLOODY WAR
Workmen Have Armed
Themselves and Are
Resisting Unto Death.
EXTREME COURSE RESOLVED
m&v (EfWta ' INSURANCE L-p-r';.V-;V": '
Moscow Morgues Filled With
FEARFL1.H0LOCAUST OF WORKMEN
New Vork. Dee. 26. A St. Peters
burg correspondent of the Herald
tables the following under yesterday's
date: A member of the workmen's
executive committee said today: "In
tHiite of the outward appearance of
delay, we are thoroughly satisnea
with the strike. In the outskirts of
St, Petersburg, all Is quiet. The strike
is now eradually working Inland. The
tramway men received their wages to
day and tomorrow they will strike,
The police sarrounded one leader,
iHiintlCK revolvers at his head. We
dropped twenty of them. A furrier
demonstration with 300 soldiers took
place. The Cossacks tackled our men
with the result that sixty-four of them
were wounded. Our entire armed
force tonight Is ready for emergen
cies. Toaay we passed resolutions to
resort tc extremes."
i You shouted with joy when they wr kicked out.
WHOLE SKY SHINES
WITH BURNING BUILDINGS
St. Petersburg, Dec. 26. Yegt?r
day's fighting at Moscow occurred
mostly at some distance from the cen
ter of the city. The revolutionists
abandoned the Tverskala thorough
fare, as it Is too easily swept by ar
tillery, and concentrated their forces
in the narrow, winding Btreets. The
mortuaries of Moscow are filled with
the bodies of the dead, the hospitals
are unable to find room for the
wounded, and many private nouses are
filled with wounded people. The num
erous fires which occurred at dtffer
nts points throughout Moscow lit the
whole sky last night. .
U I iHiUFAHCt , ,v, ' I
S' niMii L-T"" " -S
COOLLY TURNS OFF TROLLEY
Italians Kill and Wound Po
lice Who Attempted to
KENTUCKY SENDS USUAL QUOTA
Chicago, Doc. 26. Holding up a
crowded Ashland avenue electric car
to This Country is Vis
count Sizou AiKo.
SAN DOMINGO HAS IT AGAIN
Governor Defies General Gov
ernment and President
FIGHTING APPEARS IMMINENT
Washington. pec. 2K. Viscount
Sizou Aiko, has been appointed Chl-
at Thirty-sixth street last night, six nem, ambassador to thin counlry. He
men fired six shots through tlie win
dows and roof, and were engaged In
robbing the passengers, Including sev
eral women and children, when the
trolley was removed from the wire by
the conductor and the bandits were
left struggling In darkness. During
the battle with the men by the pas
sengers, a wagon load of police arriv
ed and five of the bandits were ar
rested. The robbers exchanged snots
with the police before they were cap
tured. Notiody was hit by the flying
bullets but the hold-tips were badly
Is a member of the privy council and
Is of the highest diplomatic rank.
And now you're worse off than before.
MANY JEWS AMONG
St. Petersburg. Dec. 26. The Sla
voe today fays that the leaders of the
revolutionary army at fctoscow ' are
mostly students of Kleff, Kharkoffand
Odeasa, among whom are many Jews.
.The military .holds the center of Mos
"w anil jwf annantly v,5j','jn' i--inforcements,
which are reported on
the way. The revolutionists Tiold the
outskirts of Moscow. One thousand
men are working night and day on
the barricades, some of whicli are
marvels of strength.
A terrible holocaust occurred at the
Sytin works, wTiere 6,000 workmen
were suddenly surrounded by the cav
alry and artillery. The latter fired at
the building, whloh was soon In
flames and hundreds perished In the
conflagration. It Is definitely estab
lished that the revolutionists have six
NEW ROUTE STARTED
FOR HAVANA, CUBA
By Rail to New Orleans Over
The Illinois Cen
MURDERER JCHENOWETH FATAL ACCIDENT TO
I THENCE PALATIAL STEAMER
SOLDIERS AND MOBS ARE
IN DEADLY CONFLICTS.
Mosvcnw. Dec. 26. The Irlsurgents
attacked Kazan and the Nicholas rail
road stations today and a lively fusil
lade ensued between the mob and
troops, which succeeded In occupying
the depot buildings in which the mob
hid hen concealed.. In fio attack on
Ki:'3n fV.e station was finally fr-t on
life. " anwhile the revolutionists
bonibcrited Nicholas station, a rte
tti'liP'e'O cf grenadiers returning the
tire. Th" .-tat'nns and Porevo and
l.lnl i-; v :ire in the bands of the in
snrtr :.; red flogs are flying from
the., l.u 'ir.ps.
Trip to Havana and Back
Chicago in "Eight
ESCAPED FROM JAIL
At Silver City Last Evening
by Aid of a Confederate.
BASKET BALL TEAM
Returning from Christmas
' Play and Celebration are
Struck by Train.
KILLED MARSHAL KILBURN
YOAKUM TELLS OF FRISCO
ELECTION LAW HAS !
FEFN GAZETTED, j
' nrg, Dec. 20. The r.owj
.- was i-azeftcd today ant!'.
wis tff !(!''! bv a statement cx
pl.vn'M j o In view of the fact that
r wn i ' . ').' the we-tern r"ur,.-'(.3 ,.-)
not p'-.-si universal puff rife, the
c-ihoie! ( out not assume the respnn
sibilitv or decreeing It. Tito ulti
matum ';'. ion must me made by the
nation a' a"peinblv Itself. Flection
Chicago, 111., Dec. 26. The new
through service between Chicago and
Havana which the Illinois Central
railroad has arranged, will be inau
gurated today. At 3 o'clock this af
ternoon, a train de luxe, composed of
a buffet, a library, a dining car, a
Pullman open section, drawing room
and observation sleeping cars, but no
ordinary coaches, will Rturt from here.
It will arrive at the wharf at New
Orleans at exactly the same timo to
morrow afternoon. Iu order to make
this fast run only a few stops will
be made. For the second stage ot
the Journey the electric lighted, twin
screw, nineteen knot ocean liner
Prince Arthur has been chartered. An
hour after the arrival of the train ,
the steamer will start, and will arrive j
in Havana on Friday morning, at suu- j
rise. The Prince Arthur has ucrom-
ino'l-itions lor lf:l first ch.rs passen
gers, lower cabin, aft an-i also steer- j
age passengers. i ne re nin nip "
gins at Iiaiana on Saturday al'U-rmxm
at 4 o'clock, iimi will be conip'eted
bete on the following Tuesday.
BELIEVE OLD MAN WAS
ROCliED OF US MONEY
Was ientenced to Territorial Pen-! It and Rock Island Won't Extend
iten I .ry at ianta Fe For - in 1 Missouri, Kansas
Fifty Years. j or Texas.
Special to The Citizen.
Silver City, N. M.. Dec. 16.
4 Howard Chenoweth escaped from
4 the Cirant county Jail here last
4 evening at about 7:30 o'clock.
The nltht jailer stepped oiil-
side for something, and was held r
up by a masked man who forced" 'Tj
' him to open Chenoweih's cell,
and then locked the Jailer in.
4 Chenoweth was sentenced to 4
4 fifty vears in the penitentiary
4 for tlie killing of City Marshal
Kilburn and Perfecto Rodriguez 4
4 in this city some time ago.
Two parties have been arrest-
4 ed on suspicion of being impli-
cated lu the deed.
4 Horses were evidently waiting 4
4 for Chenoweth and he has a good 4
stun cm the officers.
Freehold. N. J.. Dec. 'Jfi. One iiiem-
ber of the Avon basket ball team was
killed, two were fatally injured and
four more had their skulls fractured
today when a Pennsylvania freight
train struck a coach In which the
team was driving home after a game
here and a Christmas celebration
John llenneman, of Asbury Park, was
killed otitriglit and nearly every niem
ber of the team was knocked sense
IN STOPPING ITALIAN
FIGHT POLICE KILLED.
Torrington, Conn., De. Z. Early
today, while attempting to arrest a
party of Italians who were fighting.
Policeman Robert Newitt was fatally
shot and Chief of Police L. S. Hull
was stabbed. Eight Italians were
shooting at each other when the police
appeared and the Italians turned their
weapons aganst them. Chief Hull is
expected to recover.
NOW IN SANTO DOMINGA.
Washington, Dec. 26. Advices re
ceived by cable at the state and navy
departments from Santo Domingo, in
dicate that a serious condition of af
fairs exists there. The captain of the
port of Puerto Pluta was shot ana
killed during an insurrectionary move
ment, and the governor ot that pro
vlnce has defied tho general govern
ment and barricaded the town. The
Dominican government has Issued
decree removing the governor. THe
state department has decided that this
is an Internal difficulty and w-lll not
Intervene at this stage.
LEAVES HIS CAPITAL
Washington, Dec. 26. The secretary
of war received today the following
cablegram from Edwards, tho acting
comptroller and receiver of Dominican
customs, dated Santo Domingo: "Car
lo8 F. Morales, dissatisfied with the
cabinet support, left the capital last
night with a few followers. His in
tention is said to be to Join Jimlnlsta's
forces In opposition to Horaclsta. Con-
PLAY COMPANY AMONG THEM
Town Burned While Blizzard
Raged and People
LITTLE ROCK SUSTAINS LOSS
Uniontown, Pa., Dec. 26. Fire earfy
today practically ruined the Intorkw
and contenis of the Exchange hotel.
one of the leading hosteliies In the
city. Quests numbering 150 were
forced to flee In their night clothes.
There were many narrow escape.
Several members of the Princes
Chick Theatrical company were al
most asphyxiated, and were carried
from the building by firemen. Sev
eral other persons were also carried
out by the firemen.
FIRE AND STORM JOIN
IN WORK OF RUIN.
Oregon City, Dec. 26. A telephone
message from Sumpter states that last
night fire destroyed large part el
the town of Tipton, thirty-one miles
south of Sumpter. A blizzard raged
during the night and there Is great
suffering among the homeless. The
loss Is not yet known.
AT TURKEY SHOOT
MEN ARE SHOT DOWN.
txmdon.'Ky., Dec. 26. News reach
ed here last night of the killing of a nict ltween the two forces Is lmml
deputy sheriff and two other men at nPnt, probably In the vicinity of San
uig r or at a turney enoot yesieraay. juan or of Puerto Plata. Carlos F.
A dispute arose and John Duff and Morales mav make an attempt to es
Jake Wilson Rliot and killed Jaaeph tabllsh a new capltol and create a new
Wilson and Alexander Wilson shot cabinet. Political excitement prevails
and killed Deputy Sheriff I.ee Rob- but there have been no disturbances
erts. Duff and Wilson were arrest- here."
ed but Kittle escaped. A third kill-
:,ig occurred Sunday night at Goose EVERYTHING IS NOW
Creek. James Creech was shot dad QUIET AT SHANGHAI,
by Pill Vandover in a dispute. Shanghai, Dec. 26. AH is quiet
' here. A force of 250 marines has
OLD NEWSPAPER MAN '
ENTIRE BLOCK BURNED
IN ARKANSAS CAPITAL.
Little Rock. Ark., Dec. 26. One of
the most disastrous fires in tfie his
tory of fhts city occurred early thTa
morning. With the exception of two
small buildings, it destroyed the en
tire block bounded by Second, Third.
Louisiana and Center streets. The
heaviest loser la Fred Roesch. wlose
four-story carriage repository was
burned to the ground, with a loss of
$."iO,!MtO. The total loss from the fire
will amount to 1100,000.
TO SERVE 99 YEARS
GOES WAY OF LIVING.
Philadelphia, Doc. 26. Louis N.
Megargle, a well ' known ' newspaper
man and writer, died at his home in
Marberth today of pneumonia. He
was fu years of age.
"SCOTTY" PLAYS HIS
I.os Angeles, Dec. 26. A letter from
Walter Scott, better known as "Scot
ty," the cowboy miner, who was re
ported murdered in Death Valley
some days ago. was received by a
friend of his in this city yesterday,
stating that Scott had Irf'eu shot but
not seriously hurt.
MURDERER OF NICOLAS SANCHEZ
AND CARMEL BACA RECEIVES
LIFE PENALTY WITH NO SHOW
OF ANIMATION VIGIL FINED
been landed from the Prltlsh cruiser.! FOR ASSAULT.
Andromeda, and bluejacket guards j Ju(, Abb , sentenced
are maintained ull through the for-,E,(1 MLl..re to ninety-nine year.
Hpn r.i.vi-son)t. iHrttlstn As.swsor,. , . - . ,hmilrrtrt oU
Twimau will resume the mixed court
tomorrow. Chinese officials have
tardily issued warrants for tho arrest
of the promoters of the riot, who have
FIRST STRIKE RECo"riDED
OF MOORISTT WORKMEN.
Tangier, Dec, 26. Never until yes
terday had Hie native Moorish work
men gone on a strike. Having re
ceived no pay for more than ft fort
night, the men employed in the cus
tom house an'd pier ceased work.
THE "LID" LEAKS
NOT SEEKING OUTLET TO
SOUTH ATLANTIC SEABOARD.
St. I.onis. Iiec. ',. 11. F. Yoakum,
the executive head of tho Hock Island
ami Frisco systems, wl.o arrived here
from Chicago last niulit. today denied
the recent report that the Frisco was
seel. ins an outlet to tlie south Atlantic
Seaboard. He said: "You may s:iy
that IV.- Fvl.ro will not be extended
in that direction. The Frisco titnl tlie
Hock Island hae no designs on Mis
souri. Kansas or Texas, and never
OLD FASHIONED COUNTY
FAIR IN NEW YORK CITY
CRAP AND POKER GAfv" E3 IN
PROGRESS. EUT SUNDAY LAW
IS CUITE UNIVERSALLY 03-SERVED.
THOMAS EPADY CANNOT AC-j C'ur.'c K. tmith. i.f
miiiuT c.-.o tut i nfis OF S.mo: revenue depart tin n at
IN CURRE NCY POLICE ARE ('l'f Collector
Vsts wiil be piihll-hPl forthwith, the
date of election will thou he nn
notir.fi .1. and as soon as the eovcrn-
ntont rM..-.tVfe notification tint ha!f
of the up' rvhers are elected, the na-l
tlonal fsorttHy will bo convoke:i. I
Thomas P.ra.Iy, an eMer'.y man, is
grently mystified over the di-appear-
I am e in .jim in c'li iem y, me num-
ii'iinpi ' police
have inter-st. m! tliem-
s.-lves in tlie matter, at tin: re-.iiei
i.f Itiaily, who are a.s much puzzled
over the whereabouts of the ca.-li as
CREDITORS OF BANKER
GET HIM OPP ?VSY.
Al:ur !va. Pec. 26. -A. E. F-ny-der,
forpior banker at Oelwein. whose
failure cnut depositors $100. ooO and
who fled and was later arres'e l at St.
l.ouis, HS si'iiteticed today to pay a
nno of $iua and costs. Snyder plead
ed iruiltv to frail bi'i nt banking, but i
the inn rfi'
F.l Pa.-o, xiii-
Pat f! arret', is .pen-t
in:? the dav in Albunuenp"'. Mr.
Smith is "here for the purpose of
KiP'-in-.' on some bonded cars en
route from New York to Fin Fran-c'.-co,
which arrived at the ! - i:
ti';ti iti bad order. The curs n-" some
tint fV,nire, in wrecks that or
ciii red on the Fanla IV r: ad re
cently. In talkintr al out the C.ate Ci'v.Mr.
Fmith stated that, nlthou'jh : i, ,lid"
was not en t:irit on caniTline in Fl
Lead and Copper.
w York, D, c. ij. l.ea-1 and cop
ipjiet and unchanged.
St. Louis Wool,
, 1 1--.". Wool mar
j stea.lv and uneliaiirrI.
Boito.i Wool Market.
Fo.- t n
lien ill Pa-
- A moil- r
oinanitjilal fowls; among the farm
products are samples of tho various
grains, beans, peas, egg plant, lettuce,
cabbage, cauliflower, celery, turnips,
onions, pumpkins, squash, water
melons; all kinds of fruit, ami a huge
variety of flowers and leaf plants.
Like other county fails, this fair
will have many special attractions ior
town. It will olfer a rare, the entertainment ot the visitors, aim
to thousands of .New they will, nat urally, be on a much lar
ger scale than those shown at, other
county fairs. Among the most prom
inent special features will bo circus
performances by some oi the most
famous companies now in tho coun
try. A baby show for valuable prizes,
which will surpass anything ever
shown iu this country, it dog show,
races and athletic ami tiach contests
of considerable Interest.
New York, Dec. "ii. The first New
York County l air ami Circus opens at
the Madison Square (lanleu today,
and there is every indication that it
will prove a great attraction for the
next five days. This is tlie first time,
since New idrk lias become a city,
that a County Fair, with all tho cus
tomary iiiiiiincts, is beUl in me very
!.. art of 1 i.'
l.::k- is to se,. something closely re
seiubling a real county fair for the
liis,' lime in their lives.
The exhibition of farm products
an. I stock is probably larger than at
most county fairs, and the list of pre
miums cot'siderably greater. There
an- al! hive Is: of catt c, slie-.p, horses
and. 1ioi:s. nil kinds of poultry, from
! lie cli;liion si ruli hen to the costliest
Nicolas Satieties and Carmel Baca, the
AlcKlnley county ranchmen, fount!
dead in a well at La Posts crossing
on the Hio Piierco last Bumnier. Mc
Clure accepted the sentence without
the least show of animation, and was
led back to tho county jail to await
his removal to the penitentiary, which
will probably take plage tomorrow.
The McCiure murder case was the
most important on the criminal dock
et of the Lternalillo county district
court which closed on Saturday. Tto
defendant's parents reside al Atrisco,
which is also the place of residence
of a largo number of relatives of the
murdered ranchmen. Dccause of the
strong feeling existing anion,; tho na
tives against the dcfciKluiu In tins
county, hia uttorneyg jiiioj for a
change of venue, which wan ;cfued
by the court. Up until the refusal of
this motion, McCluro had s'rtnttonsly
denied the crime, but shortly ?fter it
became evident that he would have to
face a Dernalillo county jury, he
showed evidenco ot weakening, and
rather than go to trial, pleaded guilty
to murder in the second il'V-t je, which
the court accepted against the protest
of a petition signed by a lar;- number
of people and tho personal protests
of a huge number of relatives of the
McClure Is not considered very
sound uf tuiud and it Is very likely
that an effort, will bo made to have
him tried for insauily at. the penitentiary.
bis creditors sin''.-
d a pi
Kradv himself, for tho reason trial n
I canfuriii.-h them no tangible clu
noon h:ch to work.
' Whether Brady was robbed of liis Paso, the A impcr which ha I
iw.a'itli. or tdmply lo.-t it, he does not on it 'nad the de.-lrel effect
t.,n. lie iono.lv knows that he has merchants fefl that they are
h-en separated from' the money, as a result. Some rrau a-.
I Hradv has been working at Helen. He games are being conduced
haj the $100 when he started to 1m- ciire rooms and other !:
i,;.., miher ficeU n i, 'ox cants at t-ere is noiiiing riinnine ope
His nieniorv has Suin!a closing is n,-.-:.- universally
i i hi
v Y:l'!.. I
, I'i-! Ii.
J... Money on call.
11 l', i PI I 1u per cent ;
le p ipet , .'. 1 a ',i Ii in I
. t .
ON AMERICANS IN
PORTO RICO liLAN'D
lH-s Mollies, la., Dec i''-. -Teachers
from all parts of the state are assem
bled hero to attend the' annual con
ference of the State Teachers' Asso
ciation, which will open here this
evening, with an educational coime!!.
Dr. Shaller Mathews of Chicago will
-U liver the princ'p.it addiess .f the
veiling. Other r1 dresses v. i ! be de
livered by Miss Sata'i 1 "in-' ' mill,
if an of Simmons Coil'-iv-. tt ;..:,
who will spiai; on "Ti'-i l's- i. '-i
l Liber:;' I'.litcati-.n . S: ..!- ' r ;.-
toil l.'.'O V" V. S'ets.,;, ,. .. . ...
M. .. U F, :-"!H."i of the Fn ' 'IV
' ' Siiperlnteii '.- ; .1. F.
M- ii- i. ami Porf. '.! ('
.f the F-uver- iy -v.
h i will .i a': - 'i
in Porto P.ico." !'--r
l'nr session ar.J t-du-'a-is
''ern will be a liuii:-
tailed him from the time he left ne-
I len for All)iiiuer(ite. all. n- ester.lay
1 c was taken in charge by the police,
badly intoxicated. He had n tiionev
on his person when arretted. Hrady
dot s not know whether his money dis
appeared at Helen, while en route lo
this city, or after hi it arrival liere.
The poiice anticipate little suci-ess un
der these circumstances, unless the
man left the niorev with friends who
will return it to l.im.
pect'd bv lite saloon Uep't
DARBY DY DOESN'T
QUARTERLY DIVIDEND IS
DECLARED IN COPPFR.
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tlol'e l '.i-' - .. bv tb.
Copper coiii i ! i
I'-. .ih. ':'-. i -i v. ' ' i
i.ry i.i 1 1 , An a L' t:
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ORDER TO MOVE DISTRICT AGEN
CY TO PASS CITY MAY BE AN
NULLED. Darby A. Day, district agent for the
Mutual Life Insurance company, re
turned yestenlav morning from Kl
Paso, as stated in The Citizen, where
he went fur the purpose of fecurinir
oliice rooms f- r his bead-iuarlers.
which were n-e. u'iy ur ii te.l to t. ai
p!a'M. Mr. Iiry say.- that P. I Paso
("ilea..,. 1- e. "t; - I'ollowillg Were
i'losins; pi ,i . s t.j.biv:
Win at- lie. .. 'c. May, ST'-je.
('... ii- fie. . t : May, lli .
0. 1;:-- He. ., :! .i . , Mav, 31:14C.
ban, - Jan., $1 ;;.:.: May, $13 hl...
1. ar-I - Ian.. 7 .1 '; Mav, $7.47.
Hibs D-.. IT',; May, $7.:!7'a
New Vol k liee. Ji,. Closing iuo
An his n, pr' I '
New York Ceiitt a'
Sunt In Mi Paeilic
Fnbui Pacific, (o'V.mon
Fiiion Pacirle, p!d .
biiit. i S'ate.s steel, common.... 34'.
I'lli'l.i SlUiS .Steel, pf. 105
A LARGE GATHERING OF
The t.omt this afternoon sentenced
Kslavio Vigil to pay a fine of $."il) und
the costs of the case In which ho was
found guilty of committing assault
upon the person of one Abrun Diuias
In Harelas. something over a year ago.
Vigil announced tins afternoon that
he would not appeal the case.
WHISPERED IN WASHINGTON
', Hallimoie, M-l , Dec 'Jii. Four im
i portant learned associations will hold
1 their meetings hero this week. Prob
1 ably tho most Important of the ineel
i lugs is that of the American Histor-.
ical Association, which will open at
1.1 14 1
Johns Hopkins I'nlversity this even
ing. It is the iwi'iity-first annual
i, .....i ii... ..f ih.. .'issi.ei.i ion of which
",! I Andrew 1). White was ihe fhst presi
,i7 , j dent The other associations, which
win meet here this week, under tlie
.ausnicis of the Johns Hopkins I'tii-
versity are the American political
Kansas City Live Stock.
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tl.e I:Ml,.r Se.M
not fc I lei'i h i-o
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. il. 751' 5.2a.
Scienci'1 Assiu iation. the American
Fconoirlc Assoi latlon. : ti 1 tlie Hn.li
Or'rapbica! Society of America.
At the opening session t-.tiibt, at
which the members of all four asso-
l-'ciat;ois will be pr-si-it, l're id -t't I in
' Femsi. of J.btis Hop Kins I'lT.cr ,lty . i
-. u I ,ie';M r tl- weleolirli.t a 1-ll'eS-i. cot'l-
; Tht a Prof. Frank J- (ioo-lnow. presi- 'p.- a-itre-
v- .ii lit of the American Po'o'.e.l Sei- Sloe at of
s, in.- Associat nil, and Pfof. John " Sol'" l''-ir'
( McV-is-.'is, p;. s. d. tit if il- A toe r.-- i n c.-i' if N
' liis!., i ical Socciv. will ib-'iier their l-o,! of t h-
atnuial a-1 -1 1 -- - - Tomorrow it, ere Wa'i.-r I.. I
will be j..i."t -es-i'i.s iu Hie morning ..f ','. '
t't: 'I aft.'l'ta'Ml. and in 'Ir evetiiuL' t In t ? t "
a.--tubers wi'l at tend a n eeptiun uiven i ob -
ill I heir honor by Thiaidoi e Marburg,
'l i e laili-'.-. el i li Maryland Society of
the Colonial Dames of Aaieii-a will
al.ao at leml the reiepiion. (m Thius
dm, Itishop and Mrs. U'lbii n Paret
will give u luncheon to tiie delegates
at the Kpiscopal residejice, am! in the
evening the delegates will ln the
KlteHts l-t tlie A I'll it ! 1 1 Fluii nf Mrs.
William M. Khicott. wl.o lias arrang
ed a rei". p'ioti for the ladies and a
sniober for the nun. Saturday will
be tip.-l- in V,' i-li.ntou. D. (.'., by
tie- .:!. I i atiil tl'.ey will also lake
a "id.- I'.-- to Annapolis.
sessions each as-
ll.ai iie ti
Washington, D. C, IX-c. 2C. The
rac nit-uis aie back in tiwn. iu iti.
house an I si ualo lobbies once more
leathered the fainous wits whose
! stones have added alniort as much
to their faun as their products of
j ora'ory and statesmanship.
1 There was Congressman Hamilton
; of Michigan, for instance, telling somu
.. Ms ,c l easees 'about his last meet
I in with Private John Allen, ex -con -
gresman from Tupelo, Miss,
j "How tir-'e is that town of Tup-
lo?" Bald Hamilton, "is what 1 asked
I the famous statesman.
I " 'About the size of New York,"
was his thoughtful response. 'There's
a difiereiice. of couise. New York la
biiili up. Tupelo Isn't. Hut in all
elber regards they're about the same
lie-.id.--i the joint
social. o.i uii! l.o'. I
in w hp a a number
pa; s . ill b i
1 1 . i . -1 pi out . :; -I t ii ;s'
ee ' -i-a; .es an I
''. - I . e I!
Xi"' h Car-
11. lot i.
I Tii iv's no telling why, but that re
mind' 1 Congressman F.iirle-on of
Texas of the differeuco between hia
meetings, ideiid Hans and Hans dog. liana
laii i . " ing J ii i .. ..- . : ! .iiti. .i it. t.i the con-
I'.e id tl.e 1 g-.- -:,;.
. political "My jog suro has a goot time," h
, CVpIl lie. I. "lie fi ts Up lit lie UIDt'U-
Ings und eats und .ii c.ti ha goes Lark.
jlo It. I -a . - 11 .. i- le I i a 1 s a lid-
I'1'" "- 1
Deen do do wakes
I ilinti.-r ii'hi .-. e p-.
M or. s ,11 lie'l e. S.
' Fn la' .1 - . i.d .!.
" ad 1 -1.1 .. '..
, : )S ,1. ei I e IS
I w lt! 1 .1 I 1
:''!' fs of
e who Wli
l---s.it V !,l tin
ier of t'. i- Ui.i
i: t. V il: i; F.
'la.-. n ('oi:-'4.'.
1 Fnivi I t
i b i ii . 1 mn
' a s.r -. . an. I
i . eo to work,
up aal eats hia
is s.iino more. I
si ill j '. all along.
i.h - -oil to dirt
!" Fit. I when da
dead for good,
la l."'l Jet."