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NUMBER Nl I ERISI tSr WASHINGTON MOTN IO DAYJANUARY DTAY J JAN1ARY AM IT AH Y 1 1000 900 PRICE ONE CENT
DRIVEN BRIY FROf COLBSBURG OLEllUll
Defeat of the Boers by a Force ForceUnder FOlceUntlcI
Under General GClImallllcllch GClImallllcllchlJIlr Irencli IrencliTJi
TJi lJIlr Ir r mUlon < iMlf Ion AMHiill tstIItc MIlh t i1 iv Artillery ArtilleryIuiitlry rtlller rtlllerlannlr
Iuiitlry lannlr Cn iti ry nUll nil iL liifmtrj I ii sn r Jruiet TaU Mi n hy hySurprise 11 11IIIIrIMc
Surprise Thvy Ih IJie 111 IJ14 M o In I YllMirrtpr YllMirrtprPopular DhurtllrlOIUllllr OIkrder1IIIlnr
Popular leiitliiislnwm In I u London LondonUiirli 101111011IJurJ
IJUL Uiirli I I > K MnrolliiMMit HI rflhl 1111I niell t nf ii f Volunteer VolunteerLONDON t oluIICccrI olu ii tiers
LONDON I O L Ol Jan 1 lA A despatch to the theCentral thercntral
Central News received today fnai Kens Kensburg Iten Itenburg ReesbIrg
burg Cap ape Colony CekMI Ce o reporta ppoetceavite ceiuplete e 1 plte de defeat defat
feat fat of o the Beers at Cojen C CeItergaHd ftirg awl 1td the oc ocupaiien QiupallD ocI
I upaiien of that piNe bjr ltt th thelJlitiek UriUeh force forceAll 9Ii81 9Ii81An
All of General French Fre Freskind ea a lrtHlarr lrtHlarrand UorI UorImd
and infantry tl the 116 > IBUorbelHir Wrrle CIO4 me la lawaK inHIJOOS lflagon8
waK HIJOOS ns In a order 10 exf ex expedite lledil edit the he movement movementleft t8Y8IJlentrt
left rt Rensb flcnsbur ra during the wight g1ht for tic pur purpjse pulJI
pjse JI t of turning the B Ue Uore r right rkt < kt Hank Hto Htoforces Ilia1Ir lIlefr
forces 1Ir fr < ts arrived within IKrlkiD triking distance dstaece at atdaybreak ata atJrbreak
daybreak daybreakThe Jrbreak JrbreakThe a brtll k kThe
The imantry Held batteries batl < l ma tk ej ejto 11 feint felatto
to attack the be Bers ll Doq frew tlie tI freaC freaCtiinc fr tr9 Irn Irntimt 1tfl 1tflihne
tiinc the cavalry Nmr ami tight artillery1 artillery1ussfully arUnerfPltUe arUnerfPltUe88Iully artmerrl4Leusefully
usefully 88Iully Hanked Mke4 M sl 1 completely surprised surprisedth iuriirt rp rpt ti
t th h > Boers U ltl who Hading II 11011 11ft their rear rear threat threatened Utrutnu ¬
ened nu fled n tl < eastward In disorder anti aban abanione abandout atendone1
dout done1 ione l l Colesbnrg ColesbnrgExpectations CoINlMlrKExpt
Expectations Expt CtAtlooa > are growing growl UK every day da that thatcODta thattDL thatccnts
cODta in South A Aifiea At trie will b bJ materially materiallychanged tBlthniaUYchanftd utertliychaugrd
changed before bef the landing 1a1 < lit Natal of ofCirnerwls orlntrds
Cirnerwls lntrds Roberts and aM Kitchener Kitchenerit KltcR
it j is argued arsu h here re that Boer r knowledge kDoI le ef efUj deU1t ofthe
Uj the < deposition difl 5lt1o of the Knglish officers o to toavoid touoid toaVO4
avoid aVO4 ae far as consistent cOD llent with lIh military militarypropriety militarylroprlI militaryIroprity
propriety any general a etlOft etIoI tl n atprasfot atprasfotv at atdI fBt fBtIII
v ill impel the enemy eDelll to preveke N veke an OH OHIMKiment uaritmt ontgtmeut
ritmt IMKiment tgtmeut > nt without Uhout delay Thin seet IHIHS s cvi cviilrnt eIIfnr evitknt
ilrnt by b a HrIM series of MarasslRK moveraenUi moveraenUiund H1Oe entlll entlllitnJ
und uaKKiDK na inK aasaulU upon the English at atevery atner attery
every ner possible p stllblfl opportunity opportunityTie OtJIMNlnoitTilt oiortuuItyThe
Tie fact that since It the recent r repulse e of ofC ofna1
C > ninal Duller nothing has been ell communi communiCtcd cOlUmuultrll commueltcd
Ctcd trll to the War OMce of a sufficiently lIklentl en encouraging eJIOuragiDK eacouraging ¬
couraging character that can be construed construedduced c COIta4TtIIota Rl Rlinto
into a ute In any aMtcNtt ae Dot pio pioduc pro produed
duced duc a disheartening dlsbrte8Ia effect The people peopleap ptJOflea peopleat
a ap f saiKfted sit ttfted to submit to a brief period P kHI of ofcomparative orcmparathe oftcrnparative
comparative military milltar inactivity to be tel folowed felOWl11 teltowed
owed by b a more upon 110ft the entire Hoer Hoerwhen JIBe JIBehen linelieu
when hen in tht th opinion of Ute coinmaading coinmaadingncrals COtlUIUUldlD COtlUIUUldlDtr couiman4lnggieraia
tr gieraia ncrals at tile front a decision that the thetime thethnp thetime
time for it has been agreed upon uponttnetlier tlpoIIWbfthtr uponVhetiter
ttnetlier this III thin tI will wt be before or after the thearrival t theurival c cnrilil
arrival of O General n HI ral Roberts tO ¼ eTts is I generally n ad admitted admil adflu ¬
mitted mil flu td fd to t he j wt 1tI r dependent t upon dally dallyhappenings 4sftylipjbnInna II IIII
happenings happeningsIt II rI1I1 nll nllIt
It is i < said that a number of men employ employed ¬
C ed 1 by 1 y Dr Leyds Ly the Baroaean X ersese agent t ef efthe oltill ol r rthe
the Transvaal have been bet seeking la enroll enroUniint enrollnint AroIlnlDt
niint in the Imperial Yeomanry Y III Two of ofUK oftL o t tthr
UK tL P men whose w services had been accept accepted ac aceepteel pt pted ¬
ed were discovered today and I discharged dischargedThere dlacredTblre dichargedThere
There was a scene of great popular en enthusiasm enihu en11iutianm ¬
thusiasm ihu < fasm this tit morning during the enroll enrollraent eurollmt enrollbent
bent mt > nt of the City of London Imperial Vol Volvpfperi YoIpel Voltfer
vpfperi tfer pel The 1h approaches to the Guild GulldUall GulldUallr Hall Hallv ltd I Ir
v rr r > thronaxxl fhr l with > < H i < t ait4 1 Wrriers WrriershTl IMrrlftShad I Ihail
had to be erected er t to ketp the crowd back backLord IlItCkLord heckLord
Lord Mayor New Newton tern made a stirring stlrrin < ad adn Adtlrds ad4r
tlrds 4r < n M s > to the first GIG OO volunteers who will will1uve wi iII iIIIr 1 1Ite
1uve Ir ne here on January 13 13FIGHTING 13FIGHTING 3 3PIGETING
FIGHTING AT DORDRECHT DORDRECHTJHalls DORDRECHTJllMII DORDRECHTJienlis
JHalls of n Lively lhII lI eb ICIII01nlllr Kii counter With WithTrniiMvual Vitl ltl ltl1IItlll1I1I1 t t1rn
TrniiMvual 1rn isnvuu I 1orcri 1orcricPB I < orcrll
cPB 11 r1 TOWN Jan 1 IOtl 1 15 a m mA mAt1c mtkjatch A Auesjuich t
uesjuich t1c ratch to the Cape Times from Sterk Sterkrutoni SterkHworn Sterkrtrtom
rutoni dated December Dec 31 1039 10 p m msays mA rnA
says A squadron of Brabants horse un under unIkr ontier ¬
tier 1INilln ipt iptatln < iio MontmoreRcy loatlDOle while reconnoi reconnoifrius NieODoolfrjJ1 reconnolfttg
frius right Irbt mll miiea 118 M from I Dordrecht today todayhf todaybC
hf enriged t n I ed by a party part of Boers Tha ThaMter TItel Th S
l Mter I t 1cr 11 were reenforced and Dd the Kngllsh Kngllshfell BD8Uahfell gnUs gnUsfl
fell bOth lt ck into a stronger st position positionJiiitenanU JIOhIODiuttDants positionLititenants
JiiitenanU Mltford > Itford and Turner with withf wltffnIYlieTfD wit
f ffnIYlieTfD CDyseveo 1 yCTcn men me were w cut off from the themat tbeJlla tb 0 03ot
mat Jlla i i body but succeeded in i occupying upyt < a adonga adongil aII
donga and holding holcUa the enemy n at t hay until untilthey untilthey tinti tintithe II
they the were wt > rt > relieved by Captain Goldsworthy Goldsworthyand C tloldsworth l sword1r sword1rcd 7 7tzd
and cd 100 men of the Cape Mounted oWnted Kites KitesTV Rlftsho
TV ttho ho rode up with two P vna na and diove the theBeers tbeDprs tb e
Beers belter8k btllersllelter lt r away aw from the hills hillslr hUhI I
lr I r is e reported that the Doers bail seven sevenkiltrU Tea TeailTed U
It kiltrU ilTed The British casualties were 403 403reunited 403Tl1unJt 40 40tinle4 3
reunited > d and seTen ftt missing Some cf the theaucr lb e ejCc
111 aucr are expected to turn up however howeverIt
It ii i said omdalljr that hereafter ltenaft r Boer Boerpm DoerJrions Bee r
pm Jrions < > nes will be sent ta t Simons Town In Intid IastHt Instad L
stHt tid of St Helena HelenaAnother IleleaaAnother
Another account from Sterkatraom Sterk room of ofHIP oCtll e efite Pt
HIP tll same date as the above aajra 8U Mont Montrrncys Moatl Moatlffnrys
rrncys scouts were cut off IH a donga six sixmi alxmiki at x
mi miki Irs north of Dordrecht Saturday SattlMa night nightLi nIghLiutenant gllt glltL L
Li L Liutenant < utenant Warren rrea had been wounded and andh antJhi an anh
h hi m intn tn > n refused re to leave esee him 111 These fort fortm fertmn 7 7n
m mn n n beat at off repeated t atiaeks of SM Boers Boersduring hoer n ndJTing a atIing
during the night nightOn DIPitOn
On Sunday Sund morning the Boers Hoe renewed renewedth IeIIew IeIIewthl renewe ii
th thl < tack but Captain OoMsworthy with withHi wit witht it
Hi 1 ht t men and four guns pa vns arrIT arriTed from Deed Dordrrvht Donlrflhf Deedretht
rrvht at 515 15 a m IlL and the burghers en re retired retin retireI ¬
tired tin d The British losses were ere two wound woundov wooedeL
ov 1 TIIP Tb Boers had eight killed and twenty twentyivouiidcd twentyoulJded tweet I Ittouijded
ivouiidcd ivouiidcdA ttouijdedCONSTANT oulJded oulJdedCONSTANT
CONSTANT ARln4BLY ABirIAtY IiDUNG IiDUNGA IBI1IGihiel
A Duel DIII nt LOIIK ClII HiMttf Jtit nIIOrCtll nIIOrCtllIrn Il j orte it itPrittit < l lKriuii
Kriuii IfMlder lllvcr lllvcr3IODDEU nltrnnDER JtivtrMiiIDEIt
3IODDEU nnDER RIVER Dee 11 JIDeJstd Delayed in infr latr I in inIL
fr nsmi iumiaiOnAn ioa loDA An artillery rtille duel at t long longrnge Jon Jonrngt io L Liflg
rnge which caused no damagr Sf to either eitherrilf eithe eithepete lit litf <
pete f tJ has been the only o l7 Iring since laat laatUtdnosday lutW Iei Ieia1nte4ay
W Utdnosday a1nte4ay dDf ay night On that occasion the theBorrs tltenwrs tb 10 10Thers
Borrs kept up p a purposeless fusillade for forseveral forral It ir irvrat
several vrat ral hours It Is I believed beJIe that they theyre theyre the y yre r
re misled mllll by the xtiaettm of th tile Brit British rit ritIsh I Ilh ¬
ish scanhllght fanhll t Into believing that a Bight Bighta alptaltalk nll it ita
altalk a i tack was contemplated contemplatedThree coatasettlaledThree pIa pIaThrt
Three Thrt native rumors nI started especially especiallyfrom eepeclaUyfrom ly lyfrom
from the Modrter River Itt headquarters for forKimberley forI1mberleJ 1 r rKImberley r
Kimberley They T1te carried despatches Mpte for forthe lortht ft r Ctile
the commander here Th TIM laacttTity 1HctITlt is isVTV larr Isry j
VTV rr Avearitome AvearitomeThe V ivertio ivertioThe EariIOllHThe
The outworks that have been throw thrown a up uprover upCOtr t Ip IpOver
rover an enormous area and extend south southward 8OtItkuld noutiward ¬
ward to Bnslln E Lord Methuen has order ordered ordere r rei ¬
ed e a large marble rble headstone which lIleh is to be beerected bttretE I a ecrete1
erected retE > t In the burial ground near head headquarters headquartlnt 1 1quartern ¬
quarters It will be inscribed with the thewords tber5 Ii IC ICwords B
words r5 HrMt hsessetj lj the memory of the offl offloor omII1 oil t I Itr
oor < II1 and Dd men who lao mi fLat a t Msgarsfonteia MdEfOHtCitThe ratonteht
The burial spot hue MOW b IHOirf be0h1etesti dtrf me d In InH InII inI
H I Is reported that t General
Cronje bas bassign ballsign b 55 55signed i
sign signed tl Mi the death warrant rraat of a Free Stater Staterwho Staterwbo Stat er erwho r
who had bees commandeered and who 110 was wasarrested wsarrelttd w ad adarrested s
arrested while whiietrehklng trekking homeward homewardON omewrdON homewardON
ON A TRANSVAAL TRANSY AAL MISSION iRUSSIONArrival MISSIONArrival SSION SSIONA
Arrival A 11111 I In Ainnturilnm
of nn ARviit ARviitJroui tJC3 ent entJlrona 1 t tJlroisI t
Jroui 1retorln 1retorlnAMSTERDAH lretorinAMSTERDAM
AMSTERDAM 11 TERDA Jan Ja LCommandant De Deaard Deunl I he
Waarth aard of the Hollandar Corps at Pretoria Pretoria1m Pr Proton orla a
1m arrived here lie Is
entrusted with
a amission aminion amission i
mission to Binop of behalf balr
ef the Trans Transvaal Tranavaal I Iaa1 ¬
vaal aa1 He H reftsM r to give
any information informationas In InCa
as to th the abject of hit mission but It is
believed that to is hers to make make purchases 5
He states that the TranCvaal to abundantly abun abundant anUy ly
auppn supplied s with amnmnltis nnlnaIU especially esueeiailyMauser eeiallylauer especiallytauaer
Mauser lauer cartridges eart cartrWs whteh are being bdD maim manHfactureti alu alufaCtureti
fa factureti ctored at Pretoria lretortLJJNLIS PretoriaBNLISTING PretoriaNLISTING
faB
BNLISTING JJNLIS B G FOR BOER SERVICE SERVICEInny SERVICEInn
M > Inny Inn nii ItecrtiltN Snlhcrcil n C herlt1 nt 1 t fliraMku fliraMkuUiiililoyinoiit nln nlnlCmllhIIIlIt
Uiiililoyinoiit t Oflles < > lllc lllcOMAHA IU IUO
OMAHA O fAHA X Xeb b Jan 1 1tn Men are being beingcathered belliKpthered Iein
cathered g athered at t regular Ie ulllr employment afltena oAk at atLincoln litLiRcoin
Lincoln LiRcoin L incoln Norfolk Cbadroa Beatrice Hast Hastings lIastIngs ¬
ings I sga and Dd Grand Island for service c in the theBeer ttleDoer
Beer fl oor army arm WheK Wh the men apply ppl in I an answer R Rel ¬
swer a wer el to advertisements for laborent and andclerks alHlclerks
clerks c they are asked if they would Mid enlist enlistfor eAl eAltor eali ealior
for f or servic In South AfriJa An1 r gainst pia the Bog ISogllsh IiDgUh Bogish
fl fs llsh l ish if transported and armed free and as assured assured
sured s crod of an n allotment of land from the tileTml1llRal
Tranavnal T Republic in the tvent vent of Hoer HoerThe BOErMtCe
MtCe s uccess
MtCeThe
The meeting of English l < u < II h societies in inOmaha illOmaha
Omaha O maha yesterday ullErda brought out the truth Mud Mudthe alullhe andthe
the figures exhibited ahow 8hewed d SOfl already alreadyaaliBted alrOlul alrOlullisted
aaliBted listed far Ibis work At tt the preHow preHowmeeii proBoernje
meeii nje i ijesg ltg g Adjutant General I Uarry of the theSkate tbewas
Skate nie4 was one of the leadlag ledla leetllagmen men present presentOlhers ptNelltcfUte
Olhers cfUte O thers prominent IB l GlannaOa l circles elrcl elrclWere cireleetere
were i present and many pro Hoer speeches speecheswere peeeiteswere
were w wih ere made but the idea k of invading Casa CaMada
da ih a was ridiculed rldlcHleolBOERS ridicitletLBOEBS
BOERS CAN FIGHT POR YEARS YEARSUr YEARSHr
Ur l r Ijtryilo UciInrc Hi ills lr ieuiie il ArtSlipiilloil Art treSliltiti 11 11SIIIlllIr
Slipiilloil Sliltiti lCd sVI VHIi Hh t ii All t 11 I I etenzi fr Hiirii HiiriiBIIUSSKI urla urlaRUSSKIS ri t tBRUSSElS
BRUSSElS Jan lUr Leyds the thediDlomatic thediplomatic
diplomatic d agent of the Transvaal Trnsalla in Bu Burope hrope
rope I stoles lS < tes that the le Tranaraa Tnt 08ul s and od tbw tbwOrange tb tbOran
Orange Oran e Free State > have no reason to fear feartha fearth9
tha t he results re of Unglamis rommercial block bloekade
ade which hick he declares is I odious The TheRepublics TheRepubUeII TheRepublics
Republics he says are ar dependent on Ku Kurope KItrope
rope only for luxuries suck as Kitgllah Kitgllahclothes KqUIIhcJotbet
clothes c wines eigara and spirits which whiche whicheM
e eM be easily eMU atspsused N4 with by a people peoplewho peeplWfto
who are struggling f for r liberty lI rt He likene likenethe Uk f fth
the th e lk Boors > ers to the Americans A IIt8lIn IttI when w whe lad they de deprived lie lieINh tieprivett ¬
prived INh themselves tlle ltttheaor of tea at th the outbreak of ofthe
the revolHUaaj > lIe hhe adds JI4W that th Ute stories storiesf storMsV storieshf
V f the crops etoPJ m th 4h tn th Jtepubllcs Jtt > pubU rotting in inthe Inthe
the t he ground for lack of men to gathT them tbemre
are re absolutely abeolutt > Jy false fal There are a auf IIUCleleDt
Bcient number of old men foreiKners rorelJl anti Ii Iibla
blacks bla ks to gather all the crops er In con conclusion conelusion ¬
elusion clu ion I Dr > r Leyds says sayshave
Ve > e have enough arms rml and nd ammunition ammunitionto
to ftght ft lIt for or several rears years pars W We > > bare am ammunition ¬
munition to toepare spare Twentyone yenrsaiio yensaspowe we wewon wewon
won with only oal six alxcartrldJlt cartridges > per per r man Now Nowwe ow
we shall certainly win nm In The KagNsb X will willlie willlie willhe
lie the first to give ie up lor tb they y are re our ourbest ourt oureource
best t source of ammunition supply supplyRUMORED suppl supplRUMORED
RUMORED ARMY CHANGES CHANGESIMailK CHANGESlhll1
IMailK for Ciilui lnh tilpa Snlil Sn lit in ii Mr U htIbiti CpiUcin CpiUciniliifvil 6ittIII
Ibiti iliifvil ttil lij h I < tticrst ii IIrnl rnl I ISeveral AVooil AVooilSeveral o I ISeveral
Several changes are said b be b be eontem eontemplated esetempiateti tem tempIitd
plated In the army during hlri the tUtItID tUtItIDwe roosinwoo mming mmingweek
week we specially laJl in Cuba Ca Osneral WOfxi WOfxiIt Weed WjWIt
It is resorted has phtae OM fatit foEW to reaee reaeeUte rartkcttl rartkct idusceI
Ute I tiadNIry ri lMtiiry t to tot sotu
t tu tl wIdth wilt dispsitas Itspee dle with withof ilh 1 1of I lnIee
of two 0C the brigadier generali genera now on onduty onduty onduty
duty there thereGeneral tlt thereGenersi NIHJIII
General IHJIII James J H Wilson Iboa and General GeneralKltxbugh GeAfralIlltzhuk GeneralFItxhuh
Kltxbugh I les e It is believed Wlln at the War YarDepartment WarDepartment ar arlIt
Department lIt will ill he lIet sent back to this thiscountry ttalsCOUDtry thiscountry
country antl Dd Genera Chaffee now 111 chief chiefof e chiefof i ioC
of staff ata and a General Ludww wlU be as aafOgoed as8ped assigned
signed to the two new military depart departments departHHI1ts departmeets ¬
meets into which hiell the island will III K divid divided dlvWtd diWed
ed General G I Wood It is I said satdia w hi illto jHxkMw jHxkMwto tazlemto
to hare eotnnlete control of r th tM military militaryestahiiskmeMt tUtarJeatabllsk ndlLtar ndlLtarestablhsluocest
estahiiskmeMt teltt in Cuba C and by redvcmg the tbenHmber t tJttimber thenwmbei
nHmber of lirigadier generals will 4e away awaywith awaywltk awaywIth
with much It of the possibility oMricUs oMricUsbetween e frIeUeR frIeUeRbeteea trictiwsbetween
between himself llDIIeIt and those tbos under ur his com command COllIJtl8nd coinstand
stand mandThe Jtl8ndTile standThe
The fact that no officer t r has b yet t been beenEarned bettBJI8IIttd beesilamed
Earned to succeed General Wood as com commander CQIQJtlaRder cointoastier ¬
mander of f the Department of Santiago is ispointed 18pohttd Is Ispointed
pointed out as being an Indication that thatGeneral thatGeDeniI thatheherat
General Wood will combine that depart department ckpartRlellt departmeet ¬
meet with It II one of the > others of tile islandThe IslandThe island islandthe
The Fifteenth Infantry aDd foul troops of ofUte ot r rthe
the Tenth Cavalry caval will keys Cuba this thisweek till tillweek I Iweek
week and Ad will be followed it is said by byother brother b r rother
other troops which will be withdrawn withdrawnfrom withdlwArrom I Ifront
from the island as rapidly as possible until untilonly UDtIIooly I Ionly
only a few troops are left M assist 1st tbe tbenative tbeuatle i inative
native police in preserving < order orderGeneral orderOeaeral orderGeneral
General Wood is preparing for th te civil civilgovernment cI1Ipnrameat I Igovernment
government of Cuba Cub which is to be Inau Inaugurated InauIUrated leanurted ¬
gurated urted in April AprilIt AprtlIt AprilIt
It is believed that the Cubans ru obese will be begiven bepya hi S Sgy
given gy every opportunity to show w how they theycan thecaD thaican
can govern oycra the island I but that a sttmcient sttmcientmilitary asaclenimilItary leat leatmllltry
military force will be maintained la order orderto ord ordta ocdeito
to keep the various factions of Cuba CII from fromfighting tromftshtlnK Ironlighting
fighting among amon < themselves The different differentleaders enmt enmtleaders t tleaders
leaders are said to be very Jealous of each eachother eachother C Cother
other and it Is I feared trouble may follow followthe folio foliothe Miasthe
the elections which place either d faction in incontrol Incontr9l Is Iscontrol
control controlChanges contr9lChan controlChanges
Changes Chan are r5 also said to nave been de determined determlned tieterstiUSil ¬
termined upon in the army ann in the Philip Philippine Phllipplttlt Philippines ¬
pine pines General MacArthurs friends are areconfident areCOIIldent Sri C Ceoiihdent
confident that he will 11I be made a brigadier brigadiergeneral brl dler dlerKeDfta1 r rIn
general in the regular r lar army as a noon aa the theSenate theSeMIe tb C CSenate
Senate convenes and it is I believed Ue1e be i will willbe willbe wil I Ibe
be given charge of the troops t which were wereeomntand wenettIIIndoo P Pcommanded
ettIIIndoo eomntand d by General Lawtoa Lawi General GeneralJohn Gen1Jolin 1 1John
John C Bates and nd General S X B Young Youngare YeunKaN Youn t tare
are also mentioned for the other vacancy vacancyin yc ycIn vncsnc vncsncin
in the rank of brigadier general generalAN KI1IeIaIAN generalAN
AN ADDRESS BY THE KAISER KAISERHe
He Propose to 0 Have 11 Thorough ThoroughXavnl Ihorou Vlaoroit1 Vlaoroit1Xanh h hnnl I
Xavnl nnl Orgrnitlscntloii OrgrnitlscntloiiBKRL1N Or OrttnnizntluiBXRLP ahtRtI ahtRtIBJCRLl
BKRL1N BJCRLl Jan 1 IThe Tbe Kmperor William Williamreceived WiIIlmrecEived S Sreceived
received the generals of or th tM army nny at the thearsenal the18eJNt1 th t tarsenal
arsenal this morning lie made an a address addressIn I IIn
In which ei4h he spoke of the seven years rs ot otslavery OfiIIavery e I Iaaer
slavery aaer at t the beginning of the closing closingcentury clNiftCeentur cIesin C Ccentury
century eentur which was followed by his grand grandfathers KraatZlatlters grandfathers
fathers reorganizatIon r of o the army nltJ Re Regarding RegardlDC Reganthing ¬
garding Germanys GerlWl fs present position he hesaM liehI hi a amid
saM saMA hI hItA
tA A Aa mjr m xraadfnthsr rssjrmmtaoA re8I1IIMI the ar army are aremy arIbsti ¬
my s snail I reorganise the navy tt The Thenavy TlteHaT Tb C Cnavy
navy must be equal to the army Then it itwill Iewill I t tbe
will be enabled to procure for Germany GlrJlUl8 a aplace apJaee aamong
place among the nations which site sh ban nor nort ROtat no t tet
> at t obtained obtainedEARTHQUAKES obtalnttlEARTHQUAKES
EARTHQUAKES IN MEXICO MEXICOShocl MEXICOSlincii
SlincUx Shocl in the li Moitiitiiin hcttiztsi iii DI lJ1trllIoI 11st < nets < I r rCncrrcro ruerrlro 1Guerrro
Cncrrcro CncrrcroCHILPAXCINCO GuerrroCIIILPANCINGO uerrlro uerrlroCHILPA
CHILPAXCINCO CHILPA CINGO State of Guerrero GuerreroMex 0110lex c cIex
Mex Iex Jan 1 IT LThe Tbe mountainous districts districtssouth iatrictllIQUtll a asouth
south of here ere have been visited br a series serl serlI a aof
of o seismic disturbances during < the past p8 a athree t tthree
three days tIa These earthquake earthqua shocks have uebeeR bar e ei
I
been i very VeI severe at times and IMI have aYe caus caused CAStd ¬
ed much damage tltua to a number of smaller smallermountain imall Ur Ur1D0unlaia r rmountale
mountain towns The tremors trelDo were accom accompanied aeeompaDleaJ accompanIeii
panied by b b loud subterranean noises noisesA DO DOA noisesA
A volcano near Tecnanapa Teeuaaa shows ows signs signsof a aof
of activity The earthquake shocks ak were wee a
plainly felt in Chllpancingo but did BO a 0
damage here lIer Owing to the remoteness remoteR ot orthe c if ifthe
the many small mountain towns it will be besome beJMm1e Is C Cloins
some time tlm before definite reports are re received reeelvld i icetred
ceived aa to the damage done to them themThe tbemTIe themThe
The Pence Treaty AVIth In Spain SlanlnXADRID SpainADRID
MADRID Jan 1 IAt At yesterdays yetltprt1a cabinet cablDetmeetlug t tmeeting
meeting Premier SilveJa read the Treaty of orPlHe if ifPease
Peace with wi wn Ute United States and the Com Commercial Commerel I Imetelal ¬
mercial Treaty regarding re ar lug industrial affairs affairscopyright atlal atlalcoprrigkt I Icopyright
copyright ami extradition extraditionAn extra ltlon
An ttt 11 Ail ttivnitci Ilune vii In Irun IrleLONDON Irle irieeriLONDON
LONDON Jan 1 ITile Ths Staffordshire fitdenlehlre and andWorcestershire andVorcCllter8hlre an ii iiWorccatenahlre
Worcestershire Ironworks have advanced advancedthe nncet nncetthe 51 51the
the price sf r iron ten shillings
per ten The Theprice Theprlee Th C Cprice
price of this 01 article is now higher than at s it itthan t tany
any time slnee 1S75 1S75Itiittery 1Si1inutter IZ7Lhtnter
Itiittery nutter II IIBOMBAY homes for South Olltl Africa AfrlnnO AfricaBOMBAY
BOMBAY nO I AY Jan 1 IThe The War Office bag bagaccepted basaceepted hi Is Isaccepted
accepted an offer mado by the Maharajah Maharajahof h hor Iiof
of Kashmir to furnish eigbty trained bat battcry battery battery
tery horses for use U < l in South Africa Alrl
r
THE LAWTON 11 LAWTONIIOME WTON HOME FUND FUNDCadli FuNDCnh FUNDaNli
Cadli C aNli IlreelptK IheII Itecehhitsit ami ad IMcdKCit 1ledestinoiiit Now NowAmount Xo XomunnC
Amount munnC to iUOOO iUOOOTho iOOOOThe OOOO OOOOThe
The Lawton home fund reached 58060 58060today 000 000ioJa
today ioJa to day In jeash cash and pledged subscriptions subscriptionsBecause sub8crlptlonDecauee subocrhptionaecause
Because B ecause today today is a legal holiday and the tboj tholreal thereatdenta
j Presidents lreal l ent reception requiring the pros presence prOtJeReO prosto ¬
ence on to of Adjutant General Corbln It was wasfound wasfound wastted
found lo tted impossible Imfl blo to give go ouU ouLRpdetaliOd fc detalted detaltedstatement detall04statement
statement st of the cash receipts to the fund fundbut fundit UI1HIt
but la it the committee bas passed the KOW KOWmark 4OI0ark 0i0 0i0mark
mark m ark of cash on hand and the t ie amounts amountsbeing amountseing ml tftt tfttlK1Rg
being b eing raised r lMd in varieus cities easily exceed exceed15t8 exceedIGooe
15t8 15t8Telegrams IGooeTelogmmfiJ 15000Teloramn
Telegrams and sn letters from those It Itcharge lu lucharge iiiharge
charge c of the funds being raised In other otbercities otherdUN otherties
cities ci ties announce that their receipts recclp l will be beforwarded lietorwardt berwarded
forwarded fo > a1 in a few days and by the last lastof lastor lastf
of o f the week It is l expected to have ronald considerably conitler ¬
er e erably bl over 50000 50000 In cash on band bandThe hanllThu
The fund und closes olos on Friday Frlda January 5 5and 5anal 5nd
and a nd all subscriptions should be seat it itwithin In Inwithin
within w ithin a few days after that time General GeneralCorbin GeneralCorbl
Corbin Corbl C orhhn hopes to have all arniNJtenvents arniNJtenventsmade arraflIenirntzails rran ts tslWtlle
made m ails by the time Mrs 118 lawton reaches reachesWashington 1 1Wa8
Washington Wa8 tn1Ion in February to nay jftt jJItmortlfasc the themortgage theiortgae
mortgage n on the home and aD turn over The thshalanoe He HehatJ
hatJ b halanoe oee of tbe fund to her herTHE herTHE
THE SEVEREST OF BLIZZARDS BLIZZARDSA BLIZZARDSrrlne
A Terrific fern rrlne tic Storm ItitKliiK HIt III In Xorth Xorthve XurlheCt Xnrt ii iiCMtern
ve eCt CMtern l rrn rn icttiisliit IcitiiHvIviiuIa IcitiiHvIviiuIaCORRY < Iulu IuluCOnny is In InColtity
CORRY Pa Jan L IThe The New X W Year Yearnwrks Yearrka
nwrks m arks rka a notable event In the tit storm his history liI liII ¬
I tory t ory of the Keystone Kellt ne State Never in ia th thHistory Ihhltory the
History h of the State has such a terrific terrificbilzzard terrikI terniPelizzard
I bUzzard b raged withIn her l orders llQftle as that thatwhich thaatI thathich
which w hkh has been driving everything before beforeit
I it i t for the past week weekSaew weekSnow eek eekI
I Snow ban fallen to great depth in this thisCJH
I CJH e mi 1 of tbe State hi lither yaajfc y but 1 t never neveraccoHMMBled aeoer aeoeraetol
accoHMMBled aetol s llAuled by b such s h a driviaj I1lh1 htUng htUnggaie WUII
gaie g iIe and such cold ceWw weather weatherAlong wsatborAlong
I Along Ioag the shore of Lake Brie tile wind windhurts windurls
r hurts h urls the snow 8DO Into valleys II and hollow
I places p laces with incredible sad almost untx
i lievable l speed A lew Stt minutes after a aplow alow
I plow tHo p low has paased the tracks are re again Ntled lIed lIedi
i with w Itk the swirling lrIlRJ snow snowTrain 0 0I
Train 2 the last Buffalo DulfaloliUburlC PitUburK ex express exprltlll ¬
I press p rees bound south bas been stalled ia a aOtIC aig
big b ig drift near Silver Creek sfn lItaee e 18 oclock oclockyxstenlay 9eleeltyeroa
yxstenlay y morning blocking the road nori noriof 0011or norti nortif
of o f Corry Corr The anew MeW to drifted back al almost altueet 1 1tolL ¬
most a tolL an Wit > aeon oea HS it to shoveled a by the track tracklaborers trackrabonml
laborers laborersThe rabonmlTile
The Lake Shore and Nickel Plate fare lit little lIttie ¬
tit tie t ie better tter only through tbrou h trains being btIn mov moved 1Dfj 1Dfjcd suerti ¬
ed it ti The Erie has kept its lines 1I practically practicallyclear
clear c icor by means of the t rotary snow plow pfewAFTER pkI pkIAFTER plowAFTER
AFTER MANY YEARS YEARSAn YEARSnl1 YEARSt
An t Ii Olil County CountyAliolUlifl e Ci it ty omlI i ii tets W 1urlhullhlI York YorklIIhcil
AliolUlifl AliolUliflXRV hullhlImw lIIhcilNH
XRV NH YOUK Jan J 1 1Wlo With the going goingeCrthj IJOI IJOIauR gole goleJ
° J eCrthj cssun bUn Satordai Stttunhtrt Stuideyplst imsht the tHr481 omce omcer ociQtseses
r481 r fc f Queens county e which lIi tau tauin has hasin I Ihi
in existence Jll tcnce more than UNt two and a hair hairn hal halce btceisries
ce ceisries ea and Dd Is 011 otto DC t be eld oldest Idees IdeesID ocei I IIn
ID n the State was abolished aMll aiM wiped Iped out outumfer oatu I Iun4pr
umfer u the t provisions of the Greater ONt New NewYork NewYottt r rYork
York charter Charles C L L Phipps Phi was wUI wUIlast the thelast t tlast
last Ireasnrer IreasnrerTbe treuucerTtM reasvcer reasvcerThe
The charter charterin very explicit ex t In the mat matter tnattel matter ¬
ter anti the omce oMee to abolished ed said Mr MrPhipps XIIblppe tr trlhlppe
Phipps I never ten had the least intention intentionof I
of trying to hold over overMr oerII overr
Mr r Pblpps IJtlp will m continue eHlU la I charge of the theofflce tlteo8lce C Cothee
offlce as tao representative eeeataU1e of the comp eI eItroUer ¬
troller until the t city takes tab full charge of ofik orU o I IIke
ik U Ike cowntya affairs affairsDEATH atsairaDEATH Irs IrsDEATH
DEATH BEFORE DISGRACE DISGRACErest
t IItt lolltlulCoI oiitiuI Sulci Suleide to ntnIIC t treal r rreJllt
rest for Korjrery KorjreryP1TTSBLT II0rJer II0rJerPITTSBlTRG 1CorgtrPITFSh1910
P1TTSBLT PITTSBlTRG O Pa Jan 1 1FreMrIck Frederick Ed Edward JWwUd Rdward ¬
ward Becker aged ged eighteen years seat a abullet abullet I Ibullet
bullet through his left breast at the Central CentralHotel rftltaallIoteI18tr I Ilintel
Hotel lIoteI18tr yesterday as Detective William WtIhi In Shore Shorerapped Dorerapped I Irapped
rapped for admittance lttace to his room Becker Beckerlived ker kerlI1ed r rlived
lived with his Itl aunt uat Mrs I Jane J Jan Warmers Warmersley W Wley WomenIcy
ley on Palo Alto Street Allegheny
Adam Ada HoMerman a tailor preferred a acharge AebalKe i I Icharge
charge of forgery against a lut Becker alleging ahiegtztthe
the boy gave him a check for ice fl7 17 bsvin having <
Mn I Mr WormersleyVt Wnle name attached which whichproved ltlda ltldaproYed I Iproved
proved a forgery Becker committed a sim ¬
liar act of forgery fo e two months ago and andswallowed ant i iawaliawed
swallowed allowed a dose of laudanum when arrest arrestedv arreste4
e4 but he was resuscitated The police policesay polkeay C Cmy
say he forged his b l aunts UDts name to many ma macbeeks rnaa V
checks recently recentlyMINERS rectDtilMINERS recentlyMINERS
MINERS AGREE TO WORK WORKSnfofM WORKIICIffluur WORKittisfattiiry
SnfofM IICIffluur ittisfattiiry iry Settlement nf Che ChehrIIIIII iic iicTlireiileneil C Clli
Tlireiileneil lli hrIIIIII rca I eitiih StrlKe StrlKeALTOOXA SarllaALTOOXA St rl ke keALTOOXA
ALTOOXA Pa Joe Jl n lThe 1 TDe striking bi bituminous bIIUlllinoua hituissinous ¬
tuminous miners in the Portage and Purl Puritan hri hritaa Purltan ¬
tan regions have agreed efd to return to work workthrough worktbrOU8 wor k kthrough
through the efforts of District President PresidentWilson Pre3ldeDtWII80D it itWilion
Wilson of the United Mine Workers Tbe Tbemen Tbemea fl C Cmen
men now consent to await walt the action dl of the tbe1aild th C
United Mine Ii Workers national convention conventionwhich CODvlIItiollwblck I Iwhich
which will be held on January 21 21Operators 21Operators l lOpera
Operators Opera ton regard the return of tbe m mto mlD mlDto me U Uwork
to work as a signal II < nal vicory lc JIY for tbe co coservativn cost cotiHtvaU costservatir
servativn HtvaU element of the t e order They TM say saythe llaYthe an y ythe
the nathxial n ttoJ4tal organization Of nizatioo will sot sanction sanctionau ctiOIt ctiOItstrike n nI
I strike at titis tI tIme hare th danger dangeran t1 t1u
au u immense strike is at least postpones postponesFOUND po tpoa tpoaFOUND
FOUND HEADLESS HEADLESSIN IN A SWAMP SWAMPof SW A1IrP A1IrPA I
A SO Sn Ji r th the rtlJuCt1 nod nodof lholUt
of III ills Mother MotherNORfOLK SliiiserORPOLiC rohrOROI
NORfOLK OROI K Coon Jan 1 IThe The body bod of ofMrs l lIn c It Itlrs
Mrs lrs Fidelia Brewer aged ell eigthty mirth I who whomysteriously wh ho hoJMptertoueir 0 0mystenlovety
mysteriously disappeared from her home in inSooth illSuolh I a aSooth
Sooth SaadisfleM Mass twelve weeks ago agowas agi go goWH C Cwan
was found yestcrady in a swamp about bout two twowiles twoU tw 0
wiles U from her home by b her r oldest son sonJulius sonJUtn sotIeilus 1
Julius JuliusHe JUtnIII
He says a Chicago clairvoyant claln ynt toM hi hihe him himbe hIs hIshe it
he would w tlk1 MH4 ed his mother In tbe swamp swmp1ke swamiThe
The lx DM hoty > y was dug ile out t of the fror frosen n ear cart entwith cartwith In Inwith
with crowbars and pickaxes pldac The head wes wesdetached wudetaehecJ wi witchtJ
detached tchtJ The > body bod is being Ibawed out outpreparatory outpreparatory ott t tpreparatory
preparatory to an examination being made madeto lIt mad acle acleto I Ito
to ascertain the cause < of death The swamp swampbad oamphad sante santehad
had thoroughly thorclltd been searched a number numbertimes cf cftimes crtlme5
times before and nd it is suspected the body bodywas boil bodwas ly lywag
was placed in the swamp s amp only a ale few days daysago la s sago
ago agoA
A MARINE SCARE DISSIPATED DISSIPATEDBeud DISSIPATEDI I
A lleml AVIutlcH hIt HnIy IIttd Taken for forVr II IIrJel SIWrcekcii
I Wrcekcii Vr rJel eli Ml VvNNcl VvNNclj YCP4MCISAN eel eelI
j SAN FRANCISCO Jan L IA A derelict derelicti derehit t tthat
i that looked like Ilk an overturned bark has hasbeen 1t8beell hi to toen
I I
been en sighted by a score of vessels v recently recentlyand reMntlyaad reoentl I Iand
and it was suggested that a revenue cutter cutterb cutterbe cutti it itsent
b be sent te I remove rernoy it as a menace m ce to naviga navigation nlptlOR t ttIoe ¬
tion tIoellxamlnatlon
tionExamination
Examination showed a oed that thallt It was the tb body bodyof bod bodof botof
of a dead whale whaleThe whaleVIse bale bale1be
The Tevns Texn nt Xcw Xe cw York YorkNEW YorkrW lockNE
NEW NE rW YORK Jan L LCptahl Captain Sigsbee Sigsbeebrought Sipbeebrought Sigabi to tobrought
brought the be United States battleship Texas Texasto Texhto Text in into
to port tcday and anchored her off Tomp Tompkinsville Tompkln I Iklnrrille
kinsville kln Tllle 5talnt < tat l Island The Texas went wentto weatto wei itt ittto
to Havana for the remains of the victims victimsof vlcUmsor victln is isof
of the Mltino and brought thorn to New Newport Newport I Iport ¬
port News Xc Vs for interment in tbe Na National National N a ational ¬
tional Cemetery at Arlington Arllngt n The ship shippassed sblppassed sh ip ippasced
passed in Sandy Hook at 950 and b thi > Ins ig
the first warship to arrive nero aero this year yearshe yet enr enrshe r rshe
she received a great ovation from passing passingcraft passit Ing Ingcraft ig igcraft
craft craftFANKPORT craftOUr
OUr lInrIII1oI 1rIeiiuis rled fJGnfldent fJGnfldentFANKFORT llnsifluleiitFANKFORT
FANKFORT Ky K Jan L IThe The legisla legislative la laUe a alive ¬
live session l opens here tomorrow The Thefriends Tbelrlends TI to tofrlendsof
friends frlendsof of IX D Watt Hard HarlHn In seam confident confidentof oonfldc nt ntof
of big < election eloetlorito to the United States tates Senate SsnateXoiv SenateYenr Sinai Le LeNew
New Ycnr CcrciimiilcM Cere lit Ilorlln IJerlluBERLI hlerhltiBEItLIN IlorllnBERLIN
BERLIN BERLI Jan 1 1Rellglou8 Religious servlcee and anda aDda ai d da
a state reception r eptlon were held last las night on onthe onthe anthe
the opening of the tbeNe New Year
c
GRUBTINHTHE PRHSIDENT PRHSIDENTI
I
The T JieNcv n t r ec ntiou al i1iC ttllic ttllicly t le leI
I ExeculivIuiusioiu xecu t i fe lilsion lilsionrhc
The r ite Bust l nOt It 11011I i iii iiiVltli laon PxofsiCi I ly Dccoratert
Vltli VI 10 I It J Jknliii > nl alt i zisttiioseru tii ntikj erIrett1I1 erIrett1I1II Presciila Presciilaa
11 lirilliniit Scene Scen ScciteLCIisbornte tSlnhorntc lnJlorntcVnl lnJlorntcVnlfornol Vnl
fornol Un leTuberl < of th hi JJIJal JJIJalmnCh pIhshut
innlle CorjiH eI CrpsTboieheltind TbiiMellehliiil Tblll e1IehJlld the Iliie IliieXew IhuXew
Xew Year Day was observed ebet > rvM at she t1l0Willie he heWhite
White Haute H ule in the usual way ay by a public publicreception publicreeepUolt
reception r Hu H lhuwlrednet dredK Ired et f jsecsons pspeon5 BB prominent prominentM JM IOi1telttaM
aM a M nti obseHrei Metlr wished ihed flip I f ftcaldent trhl Rt of the theUnited t1l0United theUnited
United States a hapV hallN VeV tW w Year Poe Torthree 101three
three t awl one balf hour hoof tides of jeople jeopleflowe1 tOpIeao
flowe1 ao g owei JI through the cerrraars eenera and eddied eddiedabout ddled ddledabout
about a bout the roonis r ro4Eug on of tko Esgtwlrva ft M hOB hOBI MSioa MSioaI
I jrlak ja y a hapnf It bepjwXca PPtJfJ Kfje Year Is what whatev whateY
ev e tec4yid ofno y JM hlPeeple People Mferi tIenit 1Itl a that son sentiment ItEIBtlmellc ¬
timent tlmellc t so often tteA that thtr thatitceuioI tJlseetMe Ule < l to com comfrom co corOflt come
from f rom their Uu l lips lip and tongues tOIlS mechanically mechanicallyIt
It I t frequently happened that t two persons personswould per8OBIIwould personawould
would say 11II the same 1De tbtMf tItt IbII at the thettMe same sametlwe
tlwe ttMe so that neither tll < heard what the other othersaid otItrt
said s aid but t that mattered not Men In pub pubIk publie pubie
Ik l ie life whose 110M personal reitftHws are known knownto kaovato
to t o be InbarMonions aut auuJb watU lly repeated repeatedthe upntedtbe
the sentence Dteace I wish rtK yqt a happy New XewYear ew ewYear
Year YearHut YearItut YearS
Hut in n much utell of this there w wa was a lack of ofheart ofkMrt
heart h eart action Many voices Y ea that saM these thesewards tllueAjIIda
wards were as a cold as the wind that came camedwn allIHWit camelbwit
dwn i Wit from fro the worth and pIled pi allOw in Mt MtU Nttie
U tie t ie drifts about bout the Whit White Lot Lot But Vm ia iamast Ntt
mast s t things there was aa amWker apo hser side de 3 s w wof4he
of4he of e voices v that said I Wish you a happy
Ne ITee Tear wtr were ntuM musi muMcalwith of with soul OUItoaa OUItoaaTlHtr tones tonesThere toaviThere
There wait much mue that t tt teas a beautiful at atthe t tIk
the t he White H lIt Ildtise use panlcumriy In the mat matter MAtter ¬
ter t o of the decorations The historic East BastRoom EastKOOIII
Room was brilliant with crystal gold and andSMSN alldThe
SMSN The great JO toUrow multiplied the thesott tltelIOIt
sott s oil electric 1 1e lights that burned In Ute gild gilded Si W Wetl ¬
ed n il ceiling < ami sine aldlwUt wall and hedges lle of ofbright ofbriKltt ofbright
bright green had been pleated In the win ¬
dows tlew s and d upon PH tbe mantels IDa The crowd crowdof crowdof
of holiday caller was del leet there Yet
half An hour the AmbassAor of Great Cr Crlk1tln
Britain and several of those crninem tl a with withthe Ith Ithtbe
the t he British Kmbawy heW a little aide re reception rea reaceptloll ¬
ception c beneath Jleath the central ibamMfer tttleHer th thspot tM tMSCIt thearot
spot which guides jwlat out to olraagent olraagentas 81rllolltleNlhat
as that on which the casket of President
Lincoln LlI ln once rested restedLord rf8tedLord
Lord Pauacefote was dresfea ea1 ia a uni ¬
form which in elaborateness t1bo v red e 4 with that thatworn tt ttworn
worn by Minister Hengeimwller and d Minis Minister llaister ¬
ter Wu Tingfang Lord Paftac PhWeesfeaes fot ttC1 dean deeswas tI deanwas eN eNs
was s of t blue doth overlaid overwi wife gold braid braidor braidor braidor
or more acruratelr accurately entl speakttH speak II < 1 RO 0 od d basil bralJnaAeriakl basilunderlaid 11 11ulMlerlaki
naAeriakl with itb blue el d4h h Only Oat here and andthere sadthere M Mtlileft
there did at a little blue sow sinew through tlt 1t the thsgtoamlng tlMllIg thegleaming
gleaming llIg gold His bright lJIttIhtsword sword clanked clankedat
at t every ltep tep The secretaries secttnl ar s and attache uaJHa a aof
of the KAbasay KDbIi wore uaifonus s made after aftertb afterthe fter ftert
tb t the fasbian of that worn fry h Lord Pauoce Pauoceote FoiUlKttote Pusiceetc
ote but somewhat less remarkab Itabtt > fo the tbelleplay t tlIaply theilaplay
lleplay of gold goldOne goldus otd otdDe
One us of the t e other < conspicuous IIO figure a r in inthe lathe
the Ksst ast Room was the t Austrian minister ministerH IIIIDIHtrlie mini tIer tIerII
H lie wore dark rod tights aad id hhott ort ortbooU top topboots tspboots
boots Onr l i M his right Itt shedder was u thrown throwna tDfltwared
a red ve brocade cape wkiA wlti hung from fromhis tronat I rose rosehis
his left t shnIder binM 11 r to which it was secured securedby secondby red reda
by a cUauv b1 The cape ca was wa trimmed wth wthfur tJ tJtar
fur 44e H carried a sword s sPU aatf nadwee w r pad nadepurs padspun
spun epursIn PU w a
PUlt
In lt 1 tv tst eotre of a group peu peutb of q aapftto j eoe eoethe a s sthe
the tb Chasms CIa minister alster a apd d JtIIJ Js wide wtl The Theminister TIlemloleter TheminIster
minister wore a bWek bat to With tIt a bancta ot otbvaky 01biuII1ty 1 1bushy
bushy red tassels I a red 1 a 9k garment and andwkH utiw andwhite
wkH w white silk shoes Mrs Wa Thsgfaog woes worsa w
a gown 10 12 of Oriental cat made ade of 1 rare blu bluand blue bl1MAA blueslid
and white wllit Beared silk A swan of 1 silver silvergold silverpaid
gold and carved red coral was upon her Jet JetMack Jetk t tblack
Mack k hair Blue Iue diamonds weighting three thrssrarats t tb threetsrats
rarats each b flashed in her cars carsThe earLritt earsFIst
The FIst floral Docorat JeOQratonJII JeOQratonJIITttoqb leooraetionugb lon lonThough
Though gb the floral decorations difCOrai were not as aselaborate uelaborale aselaborate
elaborate as ia the ease at rne rIM state r roeptioos re reetptlou no noceptiosts
oeptioos which the Pr President aMeat t will give givelater giveLater Ytt Yttlattr
later in the season the scene Jn was one that thatwould thatwould thatwould
would have amaaed Hd primitive President Pr t Ad Adams A Aa Adems ¬
ems a a hundred years ago Tall palm trees treeslined treestiDed treeslined
lined the tb walls alls of the Rest Room ReoID1Id and In Inthe Intlae inthe
the window niches nlch w were r foliage plants min mingled miRKJed mm mmgied ¬
gled with the scarlet ef poiasetta blooms bloomsand bIoo bIood bloomsand
and d carnations Delicate green a vines iOM iOMwl8thttl were werewreathed werewreathed
wreathed amid lIIld the pendants of the crystal crystalchandeliers crystaldtaaftllera crystalchandeliers
chandeliers and Dd in tbjs ti Blue Room were wereblossoms WHObIouoms wereblossoms
blossoms pink and Dd blue that t t contrasted contrastedwith contrasttdwltla contrastedwith
with tbe furnishing of MU sguje y and gold goldPromptly pldromptlr goldlromptly
Promptly at t H oclock a corps orP 01 buglers buglersstationed buglenltloDed I Istationed
stationed tloDed in the corridor r sounded a salute saluteto AI i ito
to the CommamteriBdiM of the Army Armyand JIIIyaDd Armystid
and immediately afterward Colonel fling Blaghani BlIIKham flinghans
ham and Major McCawty IcCaws each ia I the full fullHoiferm fuUlIerm I Iffja
Hoiferm lIerm of his rank descended the stair stairway stairway staleway ¬
way followed by b the President and Mrs MrsMcKintey IrsXeKialty MrseKinloy
McKintey eKinloy Behind them were the memo members memobers mombets ¬
bers of the Cabinet with their wives and anddaughters andtMu I Idaughters
daughters tMu bters and a number of prominent ma mairons maIrons mateens
irons and maids whom the Lb President and andMrs adMrs I Irn
Mrs rn McKinley had ltad invited i UIM1 to stand behind behindthe I Iline
the line Ha As A the Presidential PrMWeatla1 party creas creased creased crcsead ¬
ed the corridor and throogk JKk < the golden goldengate goldenpIe goldecgate
gate luto the Blue Parlor Pari where the recep reception reception reception
tion was to be held the Marine Bud play played plaJf ¬
f ed eu the stirring strains of Hal Hall to the theChief tlMChler p pChief
Chief ChiefMrs ChiefMrs
Chlerra
Mrs > ra McKinley superbly gowned wned in deli delicate delielite II IIeflte ¬
elite silver grey satin that scintillated with withspangles withpllnJleJI witispencles
spangles awl wearing her faneus neck neckwee aeckla4e necklace
wee lace of diamonds seatedfcerself Hated herself as is her hercustom hercastom hascustom
custom ia one of the blOc and gold chairs chairsthat ebairatbIIt I Ithat
that deftne the line The President C stood stoodat stoodat ntoo I Iat
at her left l tt and the ladies r f the Cabinet to toher toIter t S Sher
her right with Mrs 118 Hay JlarwKe wife of the Sec Secretary Secretary Secrethr ¬
retary rethr of State in the post of honor at her herside lal1aide betaIsle
side
Ubslll ll IissIiigc siiicr Prom flue O Line LineThe 1lneThe IncThe
The changes that have occurred In the thePresidents th thIretldents lbIreeitlents
Presidents official family laMlI during dUriD the past pasttwelve p84t I Itwelve
twelve t Ie mouths was a at Ur ttr r of l oommotil oommotilamong oomlJteltl oomlJteltlamong common t tamong
among those thtMI who atteadW aue dea the reception receptionlast rleentloolast S Slast
last year Mrs 118 hobart 1I0bart wife of the he ate ateVice o1t o1tYlee I IVice
Vice President was ini mll inisosi H 41 < l from the place placeoccupied pJaepoceuIld pIne p poccupIed
occupied by b Mrs Irs Hay Hatl this a moraine Last Lastyear loaetYl8r Las t tyear
year splendidly gowned OWRed sad jeweled ra radiantly radiantly rntliantly ¬
diantly good humored and so tactful that thather tlMlthtr the t tlie
her lie always cordially extended hand saved savedMrs savooMrs nero neroMrs
Mrs McKinley lcKlnle from rota an exhaustive eshauMiveaiege ltau tiTelege tiTelegeban1 siege ot otband o f fbanil
band shaking 8haklnghers hers was the most impos imposing tmpocfng imponing ¬
ing present in the line lineMrs lineMrs
Mrs Alger wife of the he former Secretary Secretaryof Secretar Secretarof
of f War ar whose gowns were always so s beau beautiful beautitul beautlful ¬
tiful and who like Mrs Hobart bad ballsmile hadsmile a asmile
smile for everyone was wa18O also missing her herplace herpiece he r rplee
place in the line today being ailed by Mrs MrsRoot IrsRoot Mrshoot
Root RootMrs RootIM
Mrs IM Griggs wife of the Attorney Gen General General Getsneal ¬
eral has ha been detained In Paterson by byThe bythe b I Ithe
The Illness of her mother and her place was wasvacant walV wa a avacant
vacant V 8t today todayMrs today3Irs todayMrs
Mrs H4y was resplendent ia point lace laceover Ieeeover hat S Sover
over yellow ello chiffon wife a knot of blue blueon blueon Isle Isleon
on the corcage A 4 white osprey tip Tag Tagfastened 7aBlaMenll wa wafastened
fastened in her black hair 1JalraDd and her jewel jewelswere jewelwere K Kwere
were diamonds dlmondllM diamondeMrs
4 Mrs M Gage whose toflstsare Always as ashandsome ashandsome a a ahandsome
handsome as they are arttgtie artt tle wore pur purpie purple putpIe
pie crepe de chine the skirt sklrtl18neled paneled widely widelywith widely1th wide y ywith
with 1th white lace Her hair was dressed dressedwith drfi8edwith tht ease easewith
with a white aigrette sail nd she wore her hersplendid he ir irsplendid
I Ieplendfd
splendid dog do collar of diamonds diamondsMrs diamondsMrs
Mrs 118 Roots gown own was of black plaited plaitedchiffon plSledchiffon plaitschiffon
chiffon over white sa in 11 the overdress overdresssparkling oeldreuparkllng a asparkling
sparkling with tiny spangles of sliver sliverMiss siler1I118 silver3hIaa
Miss 1I118 Long daughter of the Secretary Secretnr of ofthe ottbe t tthe
the Navy av who as usual represented Mrs MrsLong lrs lrsLon i iLong
Long Lon in the Cabinet line wore 1610 delicate delicateblue delicateblue delicatblue
blue silk with yoke and < sleeves aleey of white whitechiffon whitechltron whit whitchiffon
chiffon chiffonMrs chltronIrs chiffonMrs
Mrs Irs Smith mlt who was looking lookfn unusually unusuall y
bright and well though tboughshe she hasnot been in inthe Inthe I II IIthe
the beet of health of late was g gowned In Inaoft In60t I Inoft
aoft grey bengallne cr the jbodlce bodlc showing showingtouches showingtoucbec ahowin ahowintouches
touches of blue velvet olvet A tunic effect was wasgiven wasgiven we La Lagiven
given to the skirt by the bands of silk em e I ¬
broidery and white lace laceMiss laceU65 lace3ttsst
Miss U65 Wilson wore a very pretty toilet toiletwhite of ofwhite 0white
white satin that harmonized effectively effectivelywith ctreetlvclywith effectleI effectleIwith
with her rich coloring and dark da k hair hairThe hairTbt hairThe
The > first foreign dignitary to snake nal llie cc
ba bashe band aM ndit with th the President P eaWent was 1 tr t1 il I broad broadshouldered 1Noa411 broaduldered
shouldered she sheta uldered uaatfstatiaby D abJ English genc genctuan aet e eJIRn
tuan ta taw ste resplendent IB a uniform gorgeously gorgeouslywrought lorSoulyW1Calht
tahi wrought w In geM lace tac and wearing aeoss aeosshis cosa cosahis
his hi hisa s rather portly body a wid wide crimson crimsonsash erlfllAOll1MUth
sash sa sh It was Lord Pauncefote the British BritishArabrcsador llrltlskAmbrdor
AC Arabrcsador A and dean of the Dlpo Dipontic j tic ticCcrpj ticCCrIU
C Ccrpj rept Ht stopped to exchange rather ratbt I mere merethan m4irethan
1h 1hl 1hth than aa the customary I al greeting eetIlg with tile tbePresident tilePrklent
President l 1hb anti Mrs 11I McKinley Perhaps Perbapshey IerJapshST
hey b ey were ehprendng kpr pr seiag hi t their > < elr mutual regret regretbis rtIIretdUK
dUK th at this Yoa the lt New ew Year diy tha thabla that thats
bis hi s excellency vrould pS3 p J down the line llaeLord IilleLon lineLord
Lord Paunctfole was accompanied by the theladies lIelad thedies
j ladies lad la laan dies of his hi amity I sad acI the attaches of Ma Masuite iliasuite
suite an ILe ooo of whom wb m Mr Biiot Second Seeo Sec Secretary Sftretary Seetary ¬
retary ro tary of tb this Embassy B has just received IYeci a atitle t ttitle ttle
title ti tle as a a New Year gift giftThe gUtTbe
titi The diplomatic dl Ue courtesy or o the great ga gallons 11tlou anons ¬
llons ti ons of the world was incarnated In the theforms thelern
forms fo fob rms of the titled foreigners who passed passedcowing pa pabewiag
cowing b and ad smiling ItUlUha down the line their theirgorgeous theirOWI theirrgeous
gorgeous go rgeous OWI costumes tasking IIUIkln < a brilliant con contrast eontrast costait ¬
trast tr ait to tile conventional black of our own ownCcunt ownCGunt ownCount
Count de Casaini who is the first Russian Russiandiplomat RueeiandlpkuD8t
diplomat di dil plomat to be elevated to tie rank of am ambaaundor 18 18lJaa
baaundor lJaa l sssdor presented a splendid soldierly ap appearance p praaaee ¬
pearance p eraaee raaaee in his national 1101 court uniform and and11th
with w ith him was his h captivating pretty prettyniece prettyhI prettyiece
niece n hI iece who wore a modish toilette toU tte of silvery silverygrey sliveryey
grey g rey ey with the skirt embroidered la darker darkertint d1trkerUnt
tint tI nt In arabesque bftltue design designThut d8lgBThct
Thut all is well again between America Americaawl AmorlcaaIHI Americanti
awl a nti Spain > yas as made evident by the pres presance prelienee preence
ance O nce of the Spanish iah Minister the he due dAr dAroes dArt1to dArme
oes who was wa the subject of general e eral attest attention atteaUOII ¬
tion ti oa as uniformed In black and gold be bepasel beptt besed
ptt pA pasel p sed dews it ttfe line lIa8 aczompaatod by b Ms MsAmflrieap IllsAJllftrlcap hissenrka
Amflrieap A senrka wife wifeThe wlteTile
The wellknown figure ure of the t e Chinese ChineseMi Chineseistletoe
Mi l1leter M istletoe i ter whose gorgeous brocades MR MRdiamond WJdtalJlOltd
diamond d iamond and suave smile are ar always a afeature afeature
feature fe ature at Presidential Pre ldUaI reeejrtioat was waapresent WIUIIJre
present IJre p resent eat with wit Madame Wu who tto wore a na native RUve ¬
tive ti re costume COIt1ll C of pink and blue Chinese bre breea4e j
cade c ode that was as a marvsi of richness richnessAnother r1e r1eADOtiler
Another picturesque little woman vas vasfke YOUfile
file t be wife tfe of tile Korean KorN Minister who wore worea
a waist of black satin Ua embroidered with withpink witltpink
pink p ink rose buds aDd a skirt of dark blue Maeand blue311d
and a nd back satin brocade brocadeAlmotrt brocacleAlmost brocadeAlmost
Almost immediately afttb the reception receptionto r ptJoD ptJoDto
to t o Ute Diplomatic Corps a little gnat of ofexcited oftultfd
excited e comment heralded the approach of ofMr ofMM
Mr MM M rr Dtw 1wey y who ho was escorted by S Secretary SPerttlryLoa Secretaryong crrtary crrtaryLong
Long Loa L ong < The Th wife of the Admiral of tie tieNavy tI tIa7 eavy
Navy N a7 was w splendidly gowned in traKHf traKHfwMte tlSl tlSlwltlte trame tramewhite
white satin fa th ta skirt Irt showing glimpses glimpsesbetween
between b etween its stately folds fol ot o misty l ittt1 ripples ripplesof ripplesof
of o f lace laceThe laceTile
The justices of the Supreme Court See Senators ststors Seetats ¬
ators s tats Representatives and the clergy then thenpaW t tpatti
paW p aid their respects to the President l but hutthe buttM
the t he chief event ef Ute day Judging by the theplay tBeplay
play p lay of expression on tilt faces ef eager eagerspectators e ger gerIIPfttaon
spectators wan the reception te th u army armyand 1
and s ad d navy NT Never since He the civil war save savethe MV MVthe have havehe
the t he officers o of the two arms of the service serviceturned eerTketuraed
turned t out in such numbers Bllllllb n to 4 th thto honor lisasto
to t o the President on New Year Day and aadnever atMIyer andcre
never a cre yer since aI then costs the people have havebeen lNtYe1Ieea
been b een so enthusiastically eatbulaeticall interested in the thecountry
country defenders e ti on land and sea seal Ileahl1 seaPelilil
l Pelilil Mil the Lin LinTh Iha iinr iinrThe
Th The guests invited behind belt tINt sb line were wereThe wereTIM wereThe
The peony JIIIOII Indies of the he Cabinet The TheMisses TIteI TheMiSses
Misses I Hay Ha Miss II Root the Misses KIa Criggs Criggstbe C Ctbe Griggehe
tbe t he Xisnea Long tbe Misses Hitchcock HitchcockMiss HitchcockII HitchcockMica
Miss II Grace MrKirI lrKIcIJ y Mms M Sarah Duncan DuncanMm Duacaaint
Mm lrs John Jolt Addison Porter Pwrt Mrs T I A ABlngnaa Aflinglam
Blngnaa BI Mrs DavM J Hifl Mrs Fallen FnllerMiae hilerl1aI FallenMiss
Miss Knlter alkr Mrs lulu te Mlss X hacs s liar HcrUn HarJu
Un h aL Mrs Mn Gray Mrs Wait WIllie Mlssr Brewer BrewerMrs BrewerMh
Mrs Mr Krown the Misses K Wood MM Shirts ShirtsMrs SblruIrs
Mrs Pcrkham Perk Mr Ira McKenna the Misses MiseeMcKenna MisseshicKeem e ecKn
McKenna cKn Mrs Aubrey Mrs Pierce PierceMrs llereeMn licrceMrs
Mrs William Willi P Fry Frye Mrs M A Hanna HannaMrs HanDaJ HannaMrs
Mrs > J C Barrows Mrs Shelby M Cui CulK Cui1iIIa Cui9se
K 1iIIa i 9se Mrs Rinnsiy J Miss Xidcety Miss Missj balsabher sa saIIdIer
j IIdIer bmer Mn re Join W OattM Mrs Cnsn CnsnKum Ifm Caebn
Kum i n K Davis Mrs Stephen epbea B Ktkian KtkianMm JCfth JCfthMra Rttiustbarn
Mm Charles C W Fairbanks Mrs Henry HenryCabot HolJCabot HenryCabot
Cabot Lodge Mrs James McMillan Min MinMcMillan lia1IcMIlIaD MissicMIhiaa
McMillan the Misses Mi Morgan Mrs O H HPlan HPiau HPlait
Plan Mrs T C Platt Mrs Redftetd Proc Proctor Proetor Proctee ¬
tor Miss X Proctor Mrs Henry lIeAr M Teller TellerMrs TellerIra TellerMrs
Mrs Campbell C Il Miss Campbell Mrs I Joseph JosephB J JH
B Foraker tbe Misses Foraker Mrs Wil William William W i i11am ¬
liam B Bat BatMrs BatIra hate
Mrs D B Henderson Miss Henderson HendersonMrs HtINIerwoDIra HendersonMrs
Mrs JOBS DalscH Miss > KHnsllHr KIuU Mrs MrsCnaries MrsCharles
Charles CharI H Orosvenor Grop Mrs George e B Mc McClollaa McCihlan
Clollaa Mrs S K It Payne Mrs George W WSteele WSteele
Steele Mrs Robert R Hitt HittMrs HlttI RIttMrs
Mrs I Nelson A bathes K la atlas 1 Miles 111 Mrs MrsJohn I IJobo MrsJohn
John M Wilson Miss li Wailer the Misses MissesBate X XDateo MissesRaise
Bate Mrs Parsons ParsonsMrs PanouMn ParsonsMrs
Mrs George Dewey De Mrs X Charles H Al Allen AIIca Allee ¬
len Miss Allen Mrs bank P M Rixey JUz Rixe Mrs MrsRand MnRand MrsRand
Rand RandMrs Rand1M RandMrs
Mrs C 1 S Grant Mrs Junes J 6 BInlas BInlasMr BaIMH BlaIaebara
Mr bara H S B Bfate Mrs M Pnillp Sheridan gheridanthe SIIerMaDthe
SheridanI
the Misses II Sheridan Mrs Harriet LaM LaMJohnston lAINJolnUlloa I
LamI
Johnston Miss 1 Kennedy Mrs Daniel DanielManalag DtutlelIaRIDI DanielManning I
Manning Mn n Cnaries CharI G Daws nw Mrs M MB ID MB
B Dawes Daw Miss u Dawes Mrs X Sartoris the theMisses UteMlues I IMisses
Misses Sartoris Mrs Stanley Staale Brown Mrs MrsBuckingham MrsBuckinghsm I
Buckingham Mrs 11I Fabyan Miss Phelps PhelpsMiss PhelpsMim I Ilis
Miss Sargent Mrs 4rs A H Mathews MatbewsAfter at MathewsAfter w I
After th tae veterans terua nf the Mexican the thecivil tJaeITn t tcivil
civil ITn war and the Spanish war came the tbeolder t tolcl1l theoldest
older inhabitants of the District of Colum Columbia CoIa CoIabia Columitta ¬
bia Then the great mass of the tlaetbe people peoplethe peoplethe
the public publiclied filed through When bra the doors doorsof dooraor doorso
of o the White Howe H were closed at t 130 13 a athousand atbousaad i ithousand
thousand of those t who w o sought admittance admittancehad admtttancthad I
had not entered t and Dd they t went at away aw un unrequited ¬ I Iutted
requited utted for thet tons wait in I th t the wind windand windand I I
and ad snow snowTHE snowTHE 110
I ITHE
THE DIPLOMATIC BREAKFAST BREAKFASTA BREAKFASTUrllliRIIC BREAKFASThtrihiiiit
A ItrllHniit State Occnwloii tit Sccro Sccrotnry Seer Seer1Ilr Secrelnr
tnry 1Ilr hays 1I11 Ilcsldciicc IlcsldciiccSocially ItClthltlucSodaJly itcsldcneeSocially
Socially and spectacularly considered no noevent noevent in a aevent
event of the year given outside of the ban banqueting baaquetlng banquoting ¬
quoting hall of the Executive Mansion Mansioncan laaioRcaB I Ican
can surpass the international breakfast breakfastwhich rNklaathlch t twhich
which hlch the Secretary Secretar of State gives SIY each eachXew eaehX mel I INew
New X Year morning ia honor of the Di Diplomatic DIplomatic Diplontatie ¬
plomatic Corps It Is ia a breakfast with Illl a asignificance ahnl a aslgniSeaore
significance hnl eaoce It means peace an ank good goodwill goes goeswill
will 111 to all nations represented at the theAmerican theAmerican tin tinAmericium
American Capital and nd is an individual individualtribute iadtvkiuatribute
tribute to the dignitaries here who com combine IOMbin sootblue ¬
blue bin loyalty loalt to their t elr own Government with withJustice withju wit it itjustice
Justice ju to ours oursSecretary ounSecretary oursSecretary
Secretary Hay received his distinguished distinguishedguests c118Ungul8RedUtWts a aguests
guests UtWts today toda as they arrived at the spin splendid spindid 1191ali ¬
did ali mansion man lon on Sixteenth Street Str t Mrs MrsHay IrslIa I Ihay
Hay lIa was gowned superbly in white whitelace whit whitlste lIite lIitelace
lace lste over yellow ellow chiffon that harmonized harmonizedeffectively barmoalzedeleettly harmonizeeKectively
effectively with her rich color and dark darkhair darkbai ilar k khair
hair bai With Vlth tbe host aDd hostess s were their theiryoung tbeiroung thai r ryoung
young daughters the Misses Hay HayAssisting HIt HItASliUn HayAssisting
Assisting ASliUn also aJ o were Mrs 118 Lodge Mrs MrsHitt IraHltt L LHitt
Hitt Hltt Mrs rs Hill Miss Ml s Boardman Mrs MrsThomas MrsThomas u uThomas
Thomas W Cridler CridlerSECHETAHY CrldlcrSECRETARY CridherSECRETARY
SECRETARY AND MRS GAGE GAGECaller GAGECnller GAGECallers
Caller Units Itccclvetl nt the ainHn ainHncliiincttM alasanc1ititscdt rntaeluIMcHoI
cliiincttM Aveu tvcnu euu ili titular UontTile titularThe i iThe
The Secretary of the Treasury 1easury and Mrs MrsGage InsGa MrsGage
Gage Ga e are reeetviag at their home oa Mesas MassaCBUsetUS Mesaschusetta aua auaclUttletiB
CBUsetUS Avenue A VeBue otherwise Cabinet CabinetSquare CabinetSquare Cabinc it itSquare
Square Mrs Gage who 110 is J one of the thehandsomest thehaadeemest th e ehaudmest
handsomest as she is one of the most mostpopular mostIKIPtlJar taos it itpopular
popular women in the official circle is iswearing I Iwet1r1ng a aveering
wearing the beautiful habit she appeared ia iaat Inat I a athe
at the White House reception this morning morningThe morulagThe i iThe
The large drawingroom with lth its Kile Kilegreen NlJegreen Nil e egreen
green furnishings tl1rB lblDIB sad nymphfrescoed nymphrre elHd cell celling ceilIng coillag ¬
ing Is as s fragrant as a conservatory and andthe aadtbe an a athe
the vista seen through open doorways into intorooms latorooms lot l lrooms
rooms beyond show glimpses es of tall grace graceful gracerul gracetel ¬
tel palms palmsAssisting pnllMAaal5llog palmsAssisting
Assisting Mrs Irs Cage are Mrs Irs Charles CharlesK C CII
K Spaulding Mrs J 1 Stanley Brown Miss MissLucy MiasLucy MIs Is IsLy
Lucy Page Miss Cassial Miss 21 Ethel floral Horstmaon lIoratmaDD floralmaca
maon Miss Swarzy the Misses Griggs and andMlu aBtlIJ an 41 41Ms
Mlu IJ Jessie Gary daughter of the former formerPostmaster tormerFoetmastel forms sr srPostmaster
Postmaster General who is spending a aportion ap aportion
portion p rUon of the holidays with Mrs 118 Gage GageTHE GageTHE GageTIlE
THE SECRETARY OF WAR WARMr WARJrr WARMr
Mr und Mrs Jlr Hoot ltn t llnlilliitc llnlilliitcYear II01hHII II g gYear XCT XCTenr
Year enr Reception UetJtloliThe lteCeJtIOHTne ReceptionThe
The Secretary of War and nd Mrs rs Boat ae aereceiving a e ereceivIng creceiving
receiving a a seemingly endless flow ow of call callers callers cal I Iera ¬
ers among whom are many officers both bothof bothor ho lb h
of 01 the regular and volunteer vol nteel service serviceIt
It Is tbe Secretarys first official recep reception reception rote p ¬
pI
tion and the charm of novelty Is added addMlo to I 0 3
the th e conventional coeYO tloBal pleasure plo ure he aad fate fatecharming hiladlaraSlig Isleharming
charming c wife are deriving from the ex exchanging exJuaacmc ¬
changing ch anging ef happy hap Xew Year greetings with withtheir withelr witheir
their th elr guests of the afternoon Miss Bdlin BdlinRoot EdltJRoot Rditfloot
Root R oot Mrs Irs Bate Dates at Mrs Sheridan Mrs MrsCcwles MrsCctwles Mrscwlea
C Ccwles cwlea hire X Poetlewalto Mrs McCieilanMrs McCieilan
Mrs 111 M rs Parsons the Mimes 1 Bates Bat Miss Shoe Sheridan SlterdaD Shoem ¬
daD 1d m Miss Saager Miss Mi Hawley Mt MtAdda M MAcIoIa Miss Missdola <
Adda A dola Greely MUs Ii Patten Mis Mt a Davis DavisMiss naisleK Davisiss
Miss M iss McKenua leK nl Miss 111 Hagner sad Miss MissGlover MiaaGloyer Misslover
Glover Glover1LBVEE C lover
GloyerLEVEE
LEVEE AT AT THE PORTLAND PORTLANDTne PORTLAWDrllt
Tne rllt r ite Aavy Il Pays Inynitsltcnpects It HI Uc UCKllccill i cctfl to See Secrttary Seerar Seertnry
rttary rar Ioiitc IoiitcTb 101111TN 50Dm 50DmThe
Tb TN Secretary of the Navy and Mrs MrsLong Mrsons rs rsLoag
li Long ons are receiving 1lIIg in I a th the parlors cf o the thePortland thePortland theortland
Portland P The rooms are elaborately doe ieeorated Morated doerated
orated o with foliage fol plants and Ute mantels mantelsMiss JRDleItIae
ae re banked with cut downs k ned r fires firesMiss
Miss 1 Long is assisting g in welcoming weleel weks llu lug < the themen themen
men who go down to th the sea In i ships shipsand 8It1 8It1ad
and s ad the other ladies in I the receiving Ytag party partyare partylire
are a re Mrs Charles n Allen Mrs Frederick FrederickRogers FrederickRogen Frederickogers
Rogers R ogers Mrs I Denny r Mrs > n Sargent t Mrs MrsMulligan M MlulllplI
Mulligan M ulligan Mr Hunt Mrs I Stone Mrs rs W WW WW Wv
W v Phelps Xis tos Satteriee Satt r Miss > Allen Miss MmsBeHbam fIMBeaHM
BeHbam Du nham Mteo Ih Evans E Miss Oallandec Miss MissCllmore M MGUlItOrt
Cllmore G Mini ilu Bradford Miss lbaWallue Wallace and amiMiss
Miss M ia Painter PainterTEE 1lnterTHE
THE POSTMASTER GENERAL GENERALMr
Mr n r HIM Mr Smith lIIlth Itereive Many ManyXrw lIall lIallew
Xrw ew Year tear Callers CallcrxThe CnllrlThe <
The Postmaster General and Mrs I Smith Smithare
are a re receiving the chiefs of the P PDepartment Peetocs Peetocseportment
Department D eportment and a large contingent of ealU ealUers eaR eaIIen
ers en 0 5e the t Postmaster General having Ita ItaItIJMHIl made madehimself
himself h extremely tlttreaI j J spnlar in Washington Washingtonduring W Wduriag Wasista es
during d his III ottrial cnrenr ca Mrs Smith 3ntHhnumbers skAU
numbers AU n IS among a the ladies 1 of her receiving receivingparty reeeh11tCpIIrty remidegarty
party p arty Mrs Foster Mrs X Otmsted Mrs MrsHeath X Mrseath
Heath H h eath th Mrs I Blngban Mrs Curtis Cart MIss MtosMarie I IXarle
Marie M arie McKrana CcK Dna the Misses t Maury Miss MtaeMacVtagh III IIIlacl
MacVtagh lacl M h Miss Evans ani 1 Miss Hem HemAJrllD flNmid
mid m iek
AJrllD A MID FLOWERS FLOWERS AKD UDGARLAJrnS GARLANDS GARLA3TDSSeirvlarj GARLANDSecretary
Seirvlarj S ninl eI irs Ir llitrlitMick Jlo itoMs t tnt
nt 11 t a Hiirjilioii HiirjilioiiThe 1tIIC lUll lUllThe
The Secretary Itta of the Interior and a Mrs MrsHitchcock InHI
Hitchcock HI H itchcock lIaJck are experiencing rmacillK for the first firsttime JIrstUtile
time i the dinJes afItIea of a Cabinet CaW nest lINtOD and boo hostess ¬
tess t eas oa X Xir + r Year 1inv t Deg Their socially his historic lib libtoric binorte ¬
toric t home remedy occupied by Scveta Scvetary Sc eta etary
n ry y and a Mrs A Aator Alger 151 sad he1ole that 1 ea eator
ator a tot Draper Dra r now 111 Ambassador AIa to Italy ItaI Is iafragrant Istl1l5t
fragrant t ragrsoat with norer hoora ers and cheery with withChristmas wltltChrtst
Christmas Chrtst C nariasMm nariasMmMrs parien parienhire rtIuIIIL rtIuIIILIn
Mrs Hitchcock Hit Is being assisted in re receiving recetYl ¬
ceiving cetYl c the th large number DlllbM of callers rs by Mrs MrsHenry IraJleury
Henry h enry G Sharpe Mrs George C Fraser FraserMrs JIruerIn
Mrs Fairfax HcrriwMi Huri1 Miss Fay FalRntst MtosBmst Miss Misstrast
Bmst I Miss NeSt ott Miss 1 Cassete C Miss MmsKthel 1 1Xtlte1
Kthel l Wallace and the Misses Yl aes Uitcheock UitcheockJH5S BI k kzUSS
MISS WILSON AS HOSTESS HOSTESSTli HOSTESSrIe
Tli Flue llaiichf nuhftr flu uullir c > r tiC tf tli S h tic Soirctarj r uar tlf tlfruItHr f t x xriouIlHrir
riouIlHrir HiveIv ltceela > K Uallrm UallrmThe UullrrTile
The Secretary tal of Agric Agniestit crkt lt4ja and Miss MtosWitoon IbaWlbon
Witoon are girt 111C < ig aerially IaIIY ifc of the thepleasantest tbeptest
p pleasantest receptions r tloa5 of tbe f The Thehandsome Tb TbIwtcholBe Thehandsome
handsome hoc whloh taI the Secretary SecrfllUreceatly has hasrecently
recently r taken in n Xtsmunl Avenue h horated i4c
orated o with palms and evergeenfk evergeenfkJoyous tvefKff tvefKffjoJOU8 enuci5
Joyous j oyous spirit of thi t vletide t VtnM VtnMIIom peresdin > ervnd ervndhome
home IIom is ma made < le t to nmM by the tb Christ Christwreaths Christmas Chrlstmuwreatba
wreaths suspended upeood m efcch 111 window windowMtos wtadow11I windowMiss
Miss 11I Wilson has with Ith her Mjss I Ms Dalsell DalsellMrs DaIRiIJIra
Mrs Walsh Mrs I Raymond Raymo Pattsraaa Mrs MrsWUMs InY1a
WUMs MOST Mm Persy Peswy4sllse Alton MIea MSsStC Mat Cp CpClark c f p pClanli
Clark Clanli Mrs Oaila Oailaalrer Gaitouotft hiss Piston wtwos wtwosaker JSs JSsaker
aker and Mtos M Kmily BaaU Colic ColtsaADMIRAL eoa eoaADMIRAL ColicADMIRAL
ADMIRAL DEWEY RECEIVING RECEIVINGThe ltECEIVINGTile
Tile Xavy XI Army rm anti nlplemati nlplematiCorjiK
CorjiK 1 Karly leRrl IHllrrH IHllrrHThe lKIIrTIle
The Admiral of the Navy Na Is enjoying eJIjeisday enjoying to today ¬
s day the eaarial 1a11UMi and w social laurels that come coawof eoaeof
of being bel a dignitary at the Nations Capi Capital capItal ¬
tal talThe talTb
The Tb reception 11oa of the Admiral Admiraltbe and Mrs MrsDewey >
Dewey to tbe oBoers oeva c C the Nary Army Armyand AI1D7u
and u Marine Corps and to other ot sentleiucncommenced A8IttIe8eaMIIUIteIIeM gentlemen gentlemencommenced
commenced at 1 oclock aad ta still atiJIl ia pros prosrees pnICIt
rees It Is being held at the residence r of ofMrs 01Kr ofMrs i
Mrs Dewers De s mother titer Mrs Washington WashingtonMcLean WaabtngteciMcLean aablqtoDeI
McLean eI D 1705 K Street StreetGeneral SUfttOeDeral
General Miles accompanied by his fall fallstaff tltU1taJI
staff called at t 145 1 45 oclock the orchestra 0IdteMrCUUt4Mldriq srchuiUaannouncing
announcing their entrance with Ith a hi himartial IIIInt tIC tICuaartJal
martial music la addition to the tlteor i iof ocera
of the t navy and army together with witltdreds hun hundreds ¬
dreds of civilians there were present al almost alMet ¬
most the entire e Ure Diplomatic e Corps th tIM en envoys eavoS ¬
rays being beI accompanied aee by b the ladles of oftheir oCtMJr oftber
their household who were received unoffi unofficially 1UJOaclaU uno ¬
daily claU ciallyA
claUA
A number of the Justices of the Supreme Supremeheaded SuPftlDeCourt
Court called I a body headed by Chief ChiefJustice ChiefJ1tIItke
Justice Fan FanXra Fuller FullerMrs FullerMrs
Mrs Dewey to assisted by her mother motherMrs JDOtlternJ other otherMrs
Mrs nJ McLean Leaa Mrs John R Jl McLean Mrs MrsLadlow raLudlow Mrsand
Ladlow and Miss Mi Cassteif Caastat niece Of the Rus Russian R1ILAJaba8eador Rn Rns1u ¬
sian Ambassador AmbassadorAbout AJaba8eadorAbout I
About fifty young Jadjes prominent in inarmy laarmy inarmy
army navy navy and resident society lOC y are aid aidlag aiellag aidIsug
lag the gracious hospitalities of the S he after afterBonn afterDOfMt afternoon
Bonn Among them are re Misses s Keen Keaaof Keanof Keenof
of New Jersey Jeree the Misses Ii Josephine JOtIJephlaeFIoreooe aad aadFlorence aa aaFlorence
Florence Boardman the Misses Iaes Wetmsrj Wet WetXb Wetseec WetseecMiss
Miss Xb MncYeagh Miss Alice Warder th thMisses he1 the theMisses
Misses ta Wallace < the Misses Lambert LambertMteees LalDbertli8Hs th thMimes
Mteees Owen Miss Mi Hunt Miss bJe Sai SaiWalker SaWallier Sarah k kWalker
Walker Miss XI Geedfellow Miss II liii McKeever McKeeverMiss McKHverl1 McKeeverMi
Miss l1 Ashtott Miss JoU Isabel May ay tb Miame MiameDates Mto MtoBates Iaea IaeaDates
Dates Miss MI Sanger Miss Mary la ImnJal ImnJalMiss 1iss 1issMiss as asMia
Miss Hare of Philadelphia Miss 11I8 11I8I Sargent SargentMtos rgolsl rgolslMiss
Miss I Hoff iIo the Mimes 4 Berry bales Math Mathde > Iatb athtl athtlde L
de Townsend and M Miss li Sallie Sehroeder rcis rcisThe vl 1
The receiving party were entertained aJEj JIII
w
luncheon luDtkeoaA
A MARTIAL SCENE SCEIfEVeterans SCETEcttrnu SCENEVeterans
Veterans cttrnu of Two Tin Warn nrs Greet Major MajorGeneral JInJorGen MajosGeneral
General Gen ral Mile JI1ItIItnt MllcNext MileNest
Nest tnt always In Interest to the diplomatic diplomaticbreakfast dipkMaatkIteaktw diploenstisbreakfast
breakfast given by the Secretary ta ot State Stateis StateIs S Sis
is the reception of the General Command Commanding CoRItuDdlag Commandtag ¬
lag to the officers of the army armyGeneral anuyGeDeIIlI armyGeiseral
General and Mrs trs Miles are receiving this thisafternoon tblsarterJlOOfl thil I Iafternoon
afternoon the offleerE of the regular 18 < army armyand armyDd snjn r rveterans
and Dd veterans of the Spanish p all war who are arenow art re reBOW 3 3now
now in the city ell The drawingroom is ispatriotic Ispatriotle 1 C Cpatriotic
patriotic with flags nags to which to added tl the themilitary tilemlUlar thi S Smilitary
military colors red blue and Dd yellow ol olthe ofthe o othe
the trimmings trh mfqa of the uniforms of the va various varJoa vaeloise ¬
eloise branches of the service nlee and the flash flashof I Iof
of brass nLtIS buttons and lace laceThe laceThe laceThe
The floral decorations show abo a touch ot otChristmas ofCJu1et o t tChristmas
Christmas CJu1et greens reeDS which serve as aa artta arttatic artilltie artistic
tic background tor the beautiful b toilets toiletsworn totletswoen i iwore
worn by the ladies who are assisting MaiaU g Mrs MrsMiles XnsXlles MrsMiles
Miles MilesAmong XllesAmug MilesAmong
Among them are Miss ls15 Miles Mrs Stern Sternbere Stersrg Sternberg
berg rg Mrs Irs Stanley Matthews laUhe Mrs Gil Gilmore Gilmore Gilmore
more Mrs rs Aadenried Mrs MeCallum MeCallumMr MeCallulDIr McGallumMrWibor
Mr MrWibor Ir Wiborg of Cincinnati Miss Mi Gilmore GilmoreMiss GilmoreColton GilinoreMind
Miss Colton Mini Sawtelle Miss 11 Webb WebbMies Webb1161I
WebbI
Mies 1161I tie Horstmaon Miss Rules and Miss MissMKcaell XISIIliteBtlI MistMitchell I
Mitchell MKcaellFVnxcii MitchellFroxcn liteBtlIFrozen
Frozen to Death Beside a Stove StoveELKTOX StoTeELKTON
ELKTON Md Jan 1 1HeaIY Henry Gordon Gordoncolored GordoDeolored I
GordonI
colored aged ged eightyfive eI ktyve yean was as found foundfrozen toutlfrozen I
frozen to death in his home Itome hose oa o Water WaterStreet WaterStreet WateStreet C
Street last night He Ii had been misting mistingfor a18ri setadsfor c cror
for several days a Chief ot Pollee Biddl Biddlwent Diddle Diddlewellt
fliddig
went to the Gordon home aad oa breaking breakingdown bNaklagdoWIl breakin g
down the door foond lea Gordon C r lying deal dealalongside dlalOBsekle des desalongside 1
alongside the stove stoveItcceiitiou stoveUecclatJon stoveItceeption
Itcceiitiou tit the Y 31 C CA A AA AA
A reception will be heist at the Y M C CA C CA
A 4 this afternoon ar ernoon A number of the tll friends friendsof friend frieDC1oC 5 5of
of the a assoctotloM have accepted arc iavita iavitatles lavtta1IeM I
tles to assist ia receiving r vtllg the Ut guests and an anexpetteit 4 I IJt
it ie expected < t that a large crowd will at attoad attoud t ttoed
toad The handsome parlors have been Meadeeorated bee beedecorated
decorated ia evergreens B8 and holly and andllgbt alldII as aslight
light II b refreshments will be served servedI erredFlynns servedFlynns
I Flynns Business ColIcKc Sth nn and J K I IfItlI I c ca
I > 3 OnsiMt ems OnVf Ots c Evaluation Imminateon4 81iD4tioD 5
R MERMAN MERMANThe IN 1F GERMANY GERMANYfhe
The T he Seizure of tile Bnndesrath Vig Vigorousl VigorousI Vigorously
orousl orously Denounced DenouncedteilrCMM DcnouncedUellrlPI Denouncededreas
It teilrCMM to He Demanded From Great Greatllritain Cr GreathlritnInA Rt RtlJrltlllnA
llritain lJrltlllnA A IlcIIcf That the Vessels VesselsItelcnne Y CSsC1s CSsC1sitlnts lIcllI lIcllIU
Itelcnne U itlnts elllle Will 111 lie Innlntcd Upon Uponn UponnAnl10ullcelucnt ifpontLtflit000CCtueflt Ait AitAnnouiicciucnt
Annouiicciucnt That AVarnhlnH Vllr hll Arc ArcXow irenots re reXo
Xow Xo on t the lie Way a to 0 Dclaicoa DelligoaBa DelligoaBaBKaLL Hay UnyBKauX HayBEL1N
BKauX Jaa lTw n nowapapeen ew 18flor paen here heretoday Hreteday hereday
today Lo day all rigorously feaMMiace ace th the British Brittebaction Britishtion eh ehactioII
action ac tion IB the Ut
Itenassrath soiMtra The TItetire en ene B Btlre
tire tir e nation t is declared laNd to be sMrr irve4 eCI l with wHhresentmenC wtt wttreltelttJDeat withsentment
resentmenC resentmenCThe reltelttJDeatTJte re sentment sentmentThe
The German Oft protected enrfscrs Sshwnlhe Sshwnlheand 8 SekWaIbed Wlltbe Wlltbe1I4t
and sa 1I4t d Condon C it is announced lIlInltCelltJtftr are already alreadywarships alreadytheir
en their way to Bologna liar sad tI eranitiPtl etherarships
w warships are likely to he started art far S the thesees HI theene
I sc sees ene of the trouble at once one Redress B Bthe far farUMS fore
the th e seizure doubtless will be demanded dnmnndsdThe demandedhe lllIrAa ill I II IITIw
The T Tto he stair was the subject of ilmmanlun 4 4ieimilenday ilmmanluntoday 18A
today to day at a special Meeting at the eahiaot cdihtetIt eahiaotIt
It Is believed be Yed here that Bngmd gIINId te IahlC isinea4 isinea4g intend intending ¬
ing bi g shortly ab to doctors dttdar an caTectivs dsett hineha IIIIoeIAMIe IIIIoeIAMIeoC blockadeDoles s sof
of Detaajna Doles Bay Bayt Da DaIt Ikyit
It is 1 beileeed that Ute German Cora Oeftntt Coraeat
m eat t will at atGMMt ntonce make ke r repemeetatlona 1 Nt NtatMt bereat
GMMt G reat Britain demanding the release sC MM MMvanMd 1MV8 theesi
vanMd v which hi now in I Dmrlmn 1M h heM M as asThe a aINhe aize
INhe pr ize by the British croloec Ie IeTIte Magisionee MagisioneeTb
The Tb VoasMcne Yomise zefttuag 2SI tntasets sxp that thatKngland dtatKatglud ibetngland
Kngland E ngland will not increase her internal internaldlmevhfc IDCftu1dUeIt internalidicukies
d dlmevhfc but will toon eon settle the theia afar atrarIB afara
ia a friendly manner It is not hnht beiseed beiseedere M Mhere d dhere
here h ere that the Bondesrath tlt h ud udu d on hoard hoardt holedny
u a ny pr property rty for Ute Boer I joremet t tMY or orany emny
any a ny subjects ubJeet of the Boer republic The TheForeign neFore Theoreign
Foreign Fore F oreign Once has said nothing D l q evenly GIIf7 GIIf7the is ishe a athe
the t he subject abJ bat t that t the incident eimiwl eimiwlillhumsr e erssiedlhiiaor 811 811UI
illhumsr UI U among snlciahi ewe and that thatBelow tQ tQY > wu wuVan
Van Y Below eJo wilt not treat the matter with withhuctty wlt wltJaxtty withxity
huctty la xity is certain certainA eertsl1lA
A prominent omctei la Uw Foreign OaVe OaVetore octlect OSetecSred
tlect red 4 today tltttt Ite COUi tcrntdes e tile tilet me meune
tore t une of f the Bandesrath a hbxhhanded a arap ont ontrag onege
rag rap ra ge He says that Great Britain will have haveto Itaeto baseo
to t o r rthat recognize the right 01 Consists ddI ddIte elena elenatravel
te trallli In the T Trewaai aI aIUNIt enk1ed sail sailat
that th at Germany will pretest its cidntna iJ iJtheir i itltetr Iaheir
their t heir rights rightsIt rlPtsIt
It is also asserted in intiooed goeerem sissies ehdestltat sissieshat
tltat t hat tIM BritiSh right of ofUoMd seecuk isge a anned
tiooed ti nned and Dd i iright that la U e event ae e uM ttha3iight uMlat
right r lat to stop passengers p wn beihol tttartn they r ia iastrenaoosly Iatutl Laend
rt
end t to Ight t for the Roess iii es JtGt sot is isstrnaouly Its Itstrenuously
strenaoosly s disputed ed as aswhich lite litew cesuel apis apishich
which w hich lclt they ware e to neutral sad the terri territory ntory urnory ¬
t tory ory to which they were werely pmse 1 1I smee smeey
ly I y Ddagoa Bay BatyPrbtce to also alsoPrince iinsaL iinsaLPrince
Prince H Hcellor Heellor Hehenleho tho lrW a aaller
cellor c has received a telegram 2mm fiw tie Mere MerrAdolph Meredolph IT ITAd
Adolph Ad A lpk Woermann eentlUta President Pr t of t tbWK the th Ham Hamburg Hamurg ¬
burg b urg Chamber of Commerce who w in the themeets twIUUIHt theame
IUUIHt n ame 8f drat body demands the gores COftIal1tS goresoots
m meets oots l1tS intervention laterrea olI in the matter and f fa falUre inure o oturs
lUre L ure protection of German 0 trade in is all altparts alloL allatf
P parts atf atfDISTRICT of tile wort wortDISTRICT werN werNillSTRICT
DISTRICT DAY D Y IX TBCB HOTKSR HOTKSRVrw R01J3Rl
Vrw l P rw Hills WU WilS yn6 He nc Heady ul f rr tir r OtHvM OtHvMeratloii CCH Cusn14eristlutu I Iernlon
eratloii lolldR Meiu4nThe > luii lolldRT1te < Iny InyThe
The Ant District D ltrtd day cia to the HeaR this thissession 1315will thisession
session s will he next xt Monday 1IoDda but It fe MtUbi net netHkely assikely
Hkely Ubi l that Chairman Babcock wil wtq hav havany aT11UU11 hare hareany
11UU11 m any local measures ready to report for forthe forUte forhe
the t he reason that he has not t yt organised organisedth 8ed 8edtIM
th tIM t he DItIq1d District Committee Mare f than WI a auadred
uadred bills of a local character cbare ter nf nfor mete metem e
or e m lens importance have already been ItHsatrodaced In Introdnced inreduced
reduced t In the House sad mast l of tw twore t1JttJIIOI ttemore
more ore important measures have been lIMafernJd re iverred
erred f to the District Dilltri Commiacioaen far fartheir fertIteiI fartheic
their consideration considerationChairman eGD consideratIonChairman 1oD 1oDCbaIrBtH
Chairman Bateock Bab oek says there will willplenty wliIp14llt be belenty
plenty p14llt p lenty of work k for Jab committee coll tee this thision thisBiea ma maion
Biea n ion A local bill of 1 importance 1 taIKe to totroduced be in introduced israduced ¬
troduced t soon n Is one being prepnind pepu by byRepresentative byepresentatIve J JRepreantattve
Representative R BelT of Kemuky K81 ky resjuir regeirag resjuiring r rbig
big t ag the street railroads of this city t lty to fur faraialr tenisk
aialr n isk a 3eeat cask fare or DIM tilke tiekes for
25 2 5 cents This measure Mr Berry BeITJIs says saysto otyss
to i s for the ue benefit of the t working o Iaa IaaTile people peopleThe pespleThe
The 3cent cash fare far or the nine ticket ticfcetefor tklic1efor ticketor
for f or 25 cents he h says to to he ia farce f ne only onlytwo oslywo Iy Iytwo
two t wo boors in the morning and two hours in inthe IIIt ii iihe
the t he evening 8ealnct1ate8 times when lieD men and women womengo womeno
go g o to and from work workMr workMr k
Mr 1 Berry says in his opinion th the street streetrailroads streetrailroads f fUroada
railroads Uroada of into city can easily a ass4 or ts tsmake teke C Cmake
make ke the concession to the working workl worklall Donate Donateand ploWand
and all he is fattened that Ids bill win WUJJlaT WUJJlaTtbe boy boyhe
the t he endorsement of all th tk labor 111MIUou organiza organization orgasinatiosts ¬
tion Uou in the city cit He baa secnred Mla MlacJata nrack sck sckdata
data OQ tM subject to prove that tllle tllleor thedlau thedlauof
or giving a recltlred fare two boors n t the tltemoraiDK themorning
morning aDd two hours fa the evening eaia has liasworktd hasworke4
worked successfully in other cities citieafHORHON cttJeLt cttJeLrORMON citiesMORMON
t
fHORHON MORMON WORK IN THE SQTTTH SQTTTHCHATTAXOOGA SOUTHrrRh1Inlnt 5111THtrraieeiunueist
rrRh1Inlnt or the ftll anit It K Chat Ckatan8oalrlahnr ChattanOiba
tan8oalrlahnr tan8oalrlahnrCHATI tanOiba Preacluor PreacluorCHATTANOOGA
CHATTANOOGA CHATI OOGA Teen Jan 1 ITIle ITIleSoutMI1t lThSouthern Th ThSouthern
Southern States Mission of the t tC M MChurch Res ResChurch
Church C arda covering fifteen l ten States has Hx Hxheadquarters H HltMdftuartera ittaiiquartera
headquarters here Ben K Rich Jti1aII has hastetostonaries hasbarge
II hare of tile work eC over 1M 1MIBIOIJariea 11 Musmes Musmesissionanles
tetostonaries IBIOIJariea in the territory t A lively livelycontroversy IINycontronnr livelycontroversy
controversy i bol in in progress between Mr MrRich MrRich
Rich and Rev J Whitcomb Wl mb Bracgner Bru Besughersteely taer taeref Bar Barjoertr
steely of Paterson N J now pastor put of ofthe rthe atthe
the First Baptist Church CIa h here Last nsrht nsrhtMr aiPXr aigiit ° 3
Mr Braugher preached Jllftc l a sermon to t an anaudience altudSeace anaudience
audience that t1 at packed elrH the big church clturdt7lie as asThe asTbC
The Mormon onaon and the Christian CbrteU TIle Tbesermon TIleS Thesermon
sermon was in reply ta an open fetter from fromRich fNMRick trussRick
Rick in which h be arraigned Pastel PasterBraugher PastorBrnugher
Braugher Bra 1ter and D4 the Baptist faith faithMr taltlafl faithMr
Mr Braugher said Id he had hoard a anus number QII anusher ¬
her of explanations favoring the organiza organization OI orgsnisation DiR ¬
tion of a committee to lead the t Mormons Mormonsout lOrweltSout Mormonout
out of town but he would not appro approsuch appreco apprecoauth PPf PPfsuek
such a course He claimed that the Mar Mormons termon Marare ¬
mons mon ° are re Indirectly teaching telall1 < polygamy polyp Ia Iaviolation litYloItlon Inviolation
violation of the law la ia that they claim that thatth tultlHt thatthe
th the Bible teaches polygamy poI IllY Mr Braocfter Braocfterstates BraQClMratates Braugherstaten
states that the Mormons particularly rtiftJarI in inheadquarters l lhea Inbeotlquanters
headquarters hea here are re being watched and andthat aDdtht nedthat
that the Government at t Washington may maysoon maysoon r rIIOOIt
soon take a hand In tt It He dwelt at length lengthoa
oa the statements that Mormontom Is anti antiChristian utlCkrlaUan antiChristian
Christian anti t unAmerican unAmericanThe unAmerleaaTbe unAmericaThe
The Beach Family lit Itunloll ItunlollCOBtl8 itcunlusiCommissioner union unionCommissioner
Commissioner COBtl8 ra1011er Beach returned to the city cityFriday cityFriday lty ltyFrida
Friday Frida from Chicago where he spent the theholidays UietoI1rs theholidays
holidays with his parents parea There was a areunion areunion a areunion
reunion ot the Beach family fn b at the old oldhome oldlIome oldhome
home on Christmas Day when everyone everyoneot
ot the sons and daughters with tHin theinwives tHinwive theftswives
wives were wer present Captain Beach said saidthat saidthat Id Idthat
that the occasion was very enJoyaUe lk and andbe aadBe antihe
be was w abto aIfIe to see some of his relatives relativesthat reIIIttTtthat relativesthat
that he had not heard ot for years yearsGood j jGood ICood
Good Pollee Arrangements ArrnllJementTJae ArranzenettntnThe j jThe
The police arrangement arraagemea at the Presi Preal4deDts j jdents I Idents
dents reception this morning were under uad underthe r j jthe I Itlte
the charge ot Lieutenant Boyle ot the I IThird IThird IThird
Third precinct The detail for the occasion occasionwas occaaoft occaaoftwas
was made up by the lieutenant In charge chargeSeveral dIarIeeral chargeSeveral I
Several eral of the army ana officers present p Dt hear heartily heartlly heartHy ¬
tHy commended the manner i IR which the tbocrowds U10trewds thecrowds
crowds were ere handled and the reeontfoai reeontfoaihave rec roeppliOlLseemed UoaI UoaIseemed
seemed to lack the p and enshthat enshthathaye crvsh that thathave
have characterized preview event at ibis 1bl 1blkiDd ibltsICthd ibiskind
kind kindXnrfolk kiDdXorfolk ICthdNorfolk
Norfolk it t IVaaliliiKton Stcnmnont C CDelightful Co CoDdJchftu1 CoDeliglittUt
Delightful trips daily Dr at 6M p m to t OM PoInt FoistCamfeit PoIntComfll PointCetitfoit
Camfeit Xcwport ewport Sews rn Norfolk and TitsioMv TitsioMvBrack kgiBl kgiBlB lstgielaBusch
Busch B cb For ub bNhle < io pee pare 7

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