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2 THE THLI EVENING ENING TIMES WASHINGTON WASH GTON MONDAY MqNDAY MONDAYJAMJARY JANUARY 1 1900
THB Til GIFTS 1IIP OF MILLIONS MILLIONSThe ILL1U ILL1UThe
The Last Year Notable for Many ManyGreat ImJ ImJGreat 1uiyGreat
Great Donations Donations1rt
Irs Icluitil Stanford iI 1rcseiits Sf SfOOOOOO s SOO000
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Mr lrPheohe PliC 1 > c Hcnr l1enrt t Turn rnrlUI Over flO flOOOOOOO 1 1OOOOOO
OOOOOO to < o AnotUcr AnotherChnrU Clmrlty Gets Getsoooooo ets etsJyOOOOOO ehlOOOOOO
JyOOOOOO OOOOOO Prom Two Friends FriendsNKW 1rlenI15NKW FriendsN1
NKW N1 YORK Jan 1 1Amonl Among all the therecords therecords therecords
records of the year ISM net one OR stands out outco outso
co eewepleueiMly lUeu 11 as a that of the donations donationsam denalkHMsalNl donat4ow5n4
am alNl bequests beq fer rollglous educational educationaland wycaUolHllalt
and charitable inirtKHtloas s libraries i rarl HJH myBeUtBtI s sseeM
seeM 8 tt M awl 1Ml galleries aDd to cities for pop popular popular popiIar ¬
ular benefit and GBtertainment No pre preview pretcYl prevhcws ¬
vhcws view tcYl fr yew is tlM bhrtery of this country countryeqtMted eo eawetrycqsek4 atry atrylfIMt
eqtMted it itThe I IThe IiThe
The aggregate repW thee beetowed i Ic fit 7L 79
71 7 Upu PW M compared with UII 3 U ZIB > > IO M in in1S9S InISM In1S
1S9S ISM 1S 33ItI1 11811 2 l in 1S 1st 1S17 7 1I1i1l2t 37a129 n < 7 12 IH 13W 1N41i3 1ZWl44
2 4M4 in 1296 1 and 5I86S7il liI 16l l1 In 13tJ 13tJIn IsJIn 154lit
In the pref pIeIB preir4Iea w4k n of these MutieUe no noreeerd DOr noreferl
reeerd r rH IMM bean kept ef e aowUkHW or orII b blitets bjiSe
II < litets of lesc Iei than 168 1 1Of IOItof 168X
Of X the total amount for 159 1 stated abe abo1iJ abo1iJthere aboothere j jthere
there was we siren tve to educational educ tioDal liwUtH istttuIus istttuIuse leoa leoathe kHt8the
the e extraordinary trae IHr Mm ef 55161117 KK1S17 te tecb ItacIM1U techitrflk
cb cIM1U riUce 1StKIiC llM t7 to churches S28W S28W5M 2 2itJ 2L
5M 3 Ie museums ueve MMi art galleries 2686 2686W 2 24Je 28 28a
W 4Je ami a to It libraries J8tl3M J8tl3MFallowing iI iIF8110wl i4W i4WIrsilowliig
Fallowing F8110wl la a rot containm eoBtal i MI MIi MUMIII of ofthON Ofthee
thee WM wo IMI heye M 4 bfIft bsqets er does deItaliMa doestiO
i leas tiO amounting to lftO 1 or over hi hiMr htlae hieach
lae each ear earl1It ceare
are Mr LeMHd L IMI Stanford Jtf nl StIR Fnwcteeo to toStanford toSt toStsefocI
Stanford St University Ualenlt JK 18188 2SI 9M Phoebe IJioehelleam PIOO1Iehearst
1 leant See SIt Fraoetec to University of ofCaMfernla 01Cahfrn1a
CaMfernla nala ftAOMMt t ON P A It It Wtdeaer WtdeaerFMldelp WkIeerPW1ede Weller WellerPldWeipl I
FMldelp PW1ede ia lo charity charlt 2OWW 9NI IOt James JamesM JaMMf JesusM
M Xmtyon rhiiadeiphm Pltlladel to charity 2 2OMWft 2OOi
OMWft 001 estate ef Jehn Simmons Boston Bostonor Best Besttor footelot
lot or a female f le college e 2M 2QOSIO MO Andrew AndrewCarnegie AIt41rewCaretP4 AnIrewCarss1o
i
Carnegie Carss1o to Ilttstmrg 1 ttt > Library Jl7MtM Jl7MtMP 178 178P l1bU l1bUP
P D Armour Chkage to Armour Insti Institute IRstltute Isotititle ¬
tute i 7SM Maxwell uwU Semerville SeHt Mille Phila Philadelphia Phll Phllc Philatletpihln ¬
delphia c JtthlR to University of Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaWW leaD8yITAMIaMiN Pesnsylvastsusksowu
WW MiN > unknown donor to Yale Univer University URlversit tJsivecnlty ¬
sity sit JSeeOOO 54ItOOO Lydia nradwellPeorte III IIIto IIIto IIIto
to Bradley Polytechnic Institute Samuel Samuelfupplen SamuelaHleII SamuelCupples
fupplen < St Louis to Washington Wa hlo < toll I7ni I7niversify UnlI Un Unversity
versify I rsfty 1MMO Jacob Scbiff 2i111 New ew York Yorkto Yorkto Yorkto
to Harvard Uaiversity U herity 350000 J Pier Pierpowt Plerpottt PIerIsHit
powt Morgan R New Ne York to charity 350 350UOO 35
000 Edward Xdwa dwsed Tuek Now York to Dart Dartmouth Dartmouth Dartiuoutk ¬
mouth College JseOOW 3OOO J J D Rockefeller KockcfellerNew Rockeellerew RockefellerNew
New ew York to Browa University Cnheralt 2SOO 2SOOCrocker 250tM 250tMCrodlr 2SOOCrockrr
Crocker estate Sun Francisco F tDClsc7 to charity charityJ35WVW charilyiii charitydOOe
J35WVW iii dOOe J D Rockefeller New York to tocity toit toit
it city it of Cleveland JttSWO 2I6MO P Ii II IL Cooper Cooperrhkaao CooperCllieRAO Cooperhkao
rhkaao hkao to 0 charity MOMt W O4P > W Margaret A AKelley Al AKeltey
Kelley l eI y New ew York to church 20000 II IIL III
L I IltgitlaiMMi IltK A Boston to Harvard Univer University Cnhertoity Lnlvert4ity 111 ¬
sity 15flOW 15It 150O J D Rockefeller New ew York Yorkto Yorkto I Itl
to Rochester Theological Seminary iaary 1W IAOM 151IP
00 Pennsylvania Steel St 1 Company for a aseheol 19clteoI aseleel
seheol at Sreelton H on Pa 1 12i0 1 12OlP e John O OIiltebttry OIllbury 0Iiltsbury
Iiltebttry Minneapolis to charity chatit silo l 1i6 e
09 608 David StinUm StiD Cincinnati to Univer University UatcrsHy Univercity ¬
sHy of o Cincinnati IDcI 0now > Z G Sim Simmons Shu1D0ItS Siminoes ¬
mons Kenoflha WIs Vis 18 for library Silo SiloHIG 100 100iH 110A
HIG iH A Carnegie 1Imt gt > to Pennsylvania State StateIHivemiiy StatelMiyelllitJ 841 841lalversity
IHivemiiy IWf 1 100010 A Carnegie CrIH < k to At Atlanta Atlanta Attaste ¬
lanta Library Llbrar J1WWO Sl4Mt O unknown donor to toKuamu toJUREitl toCassa
Kuamu JUREitl Wenleyan 81le1n University eniver lt 100000 II IIC IIe 11C
C Kahneaiock N New ew w York to charity charityOOt 108
OOt J 1 n Rockefeller R kefeller New York to Den Dentilae Denttl Deotdees
tilae ttl tdees College l 180 l00000 0 W V K Vanderbilt VanderbiltXenV Yasd8rbiltt VasderhiltNeSrk
NeSrk XenV t xrk rk lo VactderMlt Valt lt ITniverstty U leNlty 1W 1WMt 1t8IIfIt 100ft00
IIfIt Mt unknown donor to PrlnctttoN Prl tOft College CollegeN Collegel040l
N 1 l040l t W estate hUe of o Samuel SM Jones Phlla PhllalelnhiA pitl pitldfOlphiA PkiIaietphiA
dfOlphiA lelnhiA to church 16A 100000 + 0 Mrs J E ELeggtrt EIe ELeglt
Leggtrt Ie < St Louts to Washington Uni University UBIHrslty Ustveralty ¬
versity HMW 1 E S Converse MaM laW laWXtt aidee aideeMass t tMans
Mans Xtt to charity arlty S1WW0 William L LWilliams I IWttllaJWI LWIlliams
Williams Ktehiuoiul Ya a charity 3100000 3100000rha 1 1i6tM 1i6tMfiM M MTh
Th fiM lint of educational institutions hatitiitiouseelvIa re receiving ¬
ceiving eelvIa IYlq I2WOWM ooe sod uuward follows followsLetnnd tmlotrsLelaad followsbeliod
Letnnd Stanford Jr University Universityi lnIT mty t tIM 20
i IM 100000 AM Unv tnlrsfly < r lly of California 110000 110000till 10 10lIarvard M MHarvard
till Harvard University 2300000 M MO Pena Penaylv PewaltIUtltt Pesiueyleela
eyleela ylv ltIUtltt ift State Stat University lI ity JlftiaOW l OO4J Yale YaleUniversity Yal4ttivenlty YeteUniversity
University W8SCCO Armour Institute Institute7fiW InstitlltttSiltIGtCnlvendty Isslitete00K
SiltIGtCnlvendty 7fiW University of Washington 750 750Oi D41uto l4l l4llICe
Oi lICe Bradley JSntdI y Polytechnic P Institute JS 500 500roo 500 0 0fOO
fOO 00 Massachusetts Institute of Technolo Technology Techeology ¬
gy tIMeM 51010 Irineeton I > College < at attltlenitJ 3300000 3300000Usiversity SMMO SMMOlitlversity
litlversity of Chicago W 1D3 37 BroAD BrewaUnlvenlty BroADrBlvfftltr itrowaflilvorsity
Unlvenlty 330000 3 3tDtII OM ColuMbia College conewtDanmouth CollepeZi0SN0
> 3 Zi0SN0 e2 Dartmouth College 3006009 3M6 H M Mra Allea
1 lea ra College CcH I2250W oot UuivenMty ef the thenty UteClt1 theity
nty < of New York 3200000 3 OOW oe New York YerkTeachers Y YorkTecbcts rk rkTfJllchrta
Teachers College CoIle J20ICW J20ICWAn etceeAD 200C0An
An Interesting feature of this HII splendid splendidshewing liplelMlhlsMwiD seo414ahwIn
shewing ahwIn < of generosity te the t amount con centriwMed contr00wted
triwMed by Andrew ADdr w Carnogie e to t the organ organiwthm OfpDIlItttM organisiitlee
iwthm of Tfhrarics in various varte parts rtl of the thelOMtttry thelOtUIlry thetoisOtry
lOMtttry Ilk XlfU 1118 for this purpose amount amountto
10 J J527M J527MBOGUS iiMBOGUS 7ow 7owIOGUS
BOGUS MARKS ON GOODS GOODSnorniiiitM GOODSrcrIlUI GOODSernsziIs
norniiiitM rcrIlUI ernsziIs ItuItntiiiK IrnUnlin iiItn I juig American I Iroll Irolllul Im ImIIM > roil roilSoudi
lul IIM tur ir Soudi uitlt Ainiriexiii ttnumi Trade TradeBOSTON rrnll rrnllB01ITO rrnIeHOQYON
BOSTON Ma I as s Jan 1 1Altvlces Advices re received redftI received ¬
ceived here lie her from responsible American Americantraveler AlDerleatra1tl AmericastrTelehi
traveler tra1tl hI now in South Ameriea Amed Indicate Indicatethat IndicateINt IndicateI
that I bat all branches of American Industry are arebeing areseriouI arehehs
being hehs serteosiy seriouI injured by b German imita imitators 111tun isuitatori ¬
tors who not only 0111 reproduce oduee American im impletMnu haIleente
pletMnu 1 U and stuffs but place American Americantrademarks A Americantrdomarka eaD eaDfr
trademarks fr and stamps st thereon and sell sellthem sellzbe I IIIHM
them zbe at prices that prohibit bona fide fideAmerican Ideaaerkan OdeAmerican
American competition competitionfor cGtllpetlUeDJior coispetlUeYor
for instance IDst tlCe writes one 0 of these gen gentlemen tllltIMM sont1ceo ¬
tlemen the tl Germans Germa are not an agricul agricultural acrleullaral agrlculturat ¬
tural nation atiou They haw un sinaI patehea cf cfland otlaH eflead
land which are carefully cultivated by byami b b1aM
1aM ami but they are the greatest sellers of ofagrIcalturel 1 1agricultural j IlIIJrleultuntl
agricultural machinery in all S ScJUt Jth A Amerl Amerla inert j
I a They TIteJUt put up factories in Germany G rmauy and andmake sadniake
make imitations trademarks and all allwhich allwklda allkkk
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which kkk are of poorer and an cheaper chea r material materialthan materialthaM materialthee
than the American make and HOW they are areimparting areIsupenlag re
imparting h perttDll to Germany some som machinery machineryfrom HMchineryflOttt machineryfriua I
from the Unted C tetl States put on German Germanmarks Germanmaru Germanmarks
marks and a ship ahl them hem to these t tIfie countries countriesand coeatrkssad
and I at the same a e time put American trade trademark trallelttftrb tradeiesrha ¬ I
mark ott the cheap Imitations that they theynre theyare
are making maklD thus discrediting the American Americanmake Amoricann Americanmake
make makeI n he heI
I nave have seen the agency sg aey of one of the thelargrot thelarKf theIrgtM
largrot larKf t manufactories of the United States Statesand StateuHt Statesiid
and one on that has a worldwide fame for formaking to toJ
making J J a f fQ ne article turn over its agency agencyfor agencyfor
for three u South American countries to a afirm antl aOrei
firm ntl that put up the advertising matter a ad adadvertised d
advertised a as sole ole agents This firm tent tentadvertising tentsdeertlslsg
advertising matter to all of the small smalltown smallto emailtunes
town to then sent in a few orders to the thenuuwfiteturiag themasafeeturtug
nuuwfiteturiag company and an Immense
order to Germany for the imitation goods goodstrademark goodstrademarks
trademark and all allKI cii1hiici U UIuld
KI 1hiici Iuld Uc l in < Dciittt neni l b Iy y n aCHATFANOOGA Home HomeCHATTANOOQA 1I0rllcCHATTANOOGA
CHATTANOOGA T TeR Tess nn Jan L 111 H M MCox Mox t tox
Cox ox ox a traveling salesman 1 for f r a New York Yorkhit Yorkhat Yorkhat
hat hmiw wan w kicked klck to death by b a horse horsenear bttrseneftr horseneer
near AWMlnavillc TeRn Satuniay StUhla Cox Coxhad Coxhld Coxhad
had started overland to Suramiivllle Tenn TennIc TennII Tenn1z
Ic II a buggy Something broke about the theharness thehrn theharness
harness hrn and ud be got out of the buggy to fix flxIt ftxIt fixIt
It While Whtl in a stooping posture the salinE aniisslItlofcsd aDlm1Id salinEltI
Itlofcsd Id i1 l him in the head afterward running runningaway ruRnlagaaj ruanhigaway
away and am UeawlhihlBK the buggy Cox was wasfmtHd wasC4KtMd wasfatted
fatted on the roadside iu an unconscious unconsciouscomlltten UH uneouselouscoaditlon seloue selouelOHltlen
comlltten and was w removal to Sumnkvillc Sumnkvillcwhere SUll1mltvl1ltWlllfle Summltvlllewhere
where he died in a few hours hoursTwo hoursIi
Two Ii liurc l Pit n recJ vcll I ScriiioiiN ScriiioiiNLTNCIUlVRG SernIOILT SermonsLYNCIU1PRG
LTNCIUlVRG LT CIUmRG Vs h Jan 1 1TJ Two far farvroll tare rartwoU tarewell <
well ccrmoiM Hrmn were preached here yester yesterday yesterdes Mter Mterdar ¬
day by Baptist ministers one by Rev Re C J JTlIeDlPMD jThompson i iTfeampaon
Thompson of the College Hill Baptist napUstCJlltrek BaptIstCimrek j
Church who goes into the State mission missionwork mlafonark
work ark and the other by Her lIe V I P Rob RobcrtMH RobOrtMR floImertsoiI
crtMH of the Cobol Street BaptlFt lpttFt Church Churchwho Churcbtto Churchwho
who tto has accepted a call to Rocky Mount MountQ MountSw MountCWAMP
Q Sw CWAMP J W AllP A M P u cierytktog not flll rccawnwsdfd but Tt TtROOT if you 1ame 1amenOO for forOr
Or OT kldn bdnc7 r liver or bladder bladderJ
ROOT nOO ItlIm lIm
J J < V > V I trouble nf it will L lHorf4MI lHorf4MItlae ire fMnd Just Jattthe Justthe
the tamely you n nwd non d At drec dr fats in flftjr flftjrcent nltycent lit ty tycent
cent and dollar sixes J U5 You eu may have a nmple nmplebottle nmpleboUle umplebottle
bottle of this tremlerful l bew > ew dUeorery by mall mallfree maUlree menUfree
free also pamphlet mhlet telling elIin aU U about it and its itsgreat it itpat itsgreat
great cur curdilna cureAddrm euro euroAddrra
Addrra dilna Dx Kilmer k Co Dinihamton N I L
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MOLINEUX JURY INDIGNANT INDIGNA2ITSnrTern INDIGN INDIGNANTTIe T TThe
The MCmflIerPI lenb rR IInRlneR SnrTern WhIle IVItllcthe WhIlethe hUe hUethe
the Case Drncn DrncnNEW 1raiaNEW It It2W
NEW YORK Jan L IThe The Mollnoux case casehas casehas
has kept twelve men of affairs away awn from fromtheir
their business since November 14 > and for formany forlllaDY
many days prior to that date these same samerasa aamemen sameman
rasa were required to report as talesmen talesmenThese talesmenTkNe talesmenThese
These twelve men arc the jurors sitting sittingi atUn atUnIII
la th the ease and a more indignant set of ofmen ofmeR oflane
men it would be hard to find findThey lndTh fIndThey
They Th are paid 3 2 a day for listening U to toJWaday toitaday to551aday
JWaday experts and J200aday lawyers lawyersand lawyersaatl lawyersand
and at night their footsteps are dogged by byS7aday byiaday by7aday
S7aday detectives They demand an op opnortunlty ope opettOrtunlt opnortunity
nortunlty to attend to their own busin businand business butneasand businessand
and have formally formall protested to Recorder RecorderOoR RecorderCo
Golf Co against 3KQlo t the unheardof waste nte of time timein timela timeIn
in presenting the States Stt s evidence evidenceComplaint evldelHeCtJlnplafnl evidenceComnplatnt
Complaint is made by the Jurors that thatAssistant tbatA8Ilstaat thatAssistant
Assistant District Attorney Osborne has hasconsumed hasooHumed hascoesumed
consumed an unnecessary unBecoUar amount of time timewith timeWith timewith
with tb the experts William J Kinsley was waskept waskept waskept
kept on the witness stand with a few fewtrilling fewtriDlal fewtrilling
trilling Intermissions for two entire week weekBeing weekclng weekscctisg
Being over 1041 Md over the same S me statements statementsin
I in a dreary monotone difficult to follow followand followi followand
i and confusing rather than enlightening It Itwas Iti Itwas
i was a relief to the jury when h n he was put putaside putaei putaside
aside aei and some apparent effort was wa made mll madeat e eat
at progress progrcesDreary progr progressDreary l lDreary
Dreary weeks have ba pasted and as S yet yetthe yetthe et ettlte
the prosecution has made no perceptible perceptibleprogress perceptiblepro perceptibleprogresa
progress pro ess and all of the testimony so far farheard farheard
heard has been in the nature of f theories theoriesand tlttonaDd theoriesand
and hypotheses Mr borne OI is I known to tobe tobe
be dissatisfied I11natl 8etl with tbe showing made by byExpert byExports
Experts Kinsley Kln ley Tyrrell and Ames and amithreatens alMlth andthresteag
threatens th ateBs the th jury with a quartette qy ut8Ue of re re reoentlyretalnel1 reeentiymetalned
oentlyretalned authorities on handwriting handwritingUnless banllwrltlurUnlHs handwritingUnless
Unless Mr Oeborne produces some direct directtestimony directtesllmony directtestimony
testimony of a semmtlonal > character that thatwottld thatouIl1 thatwould
would ouIl1 tend to prejudice the jury jtlr againt againtMollneux apllttltMoilDeu agaiwotMoiiaeux
Mollneux it is i hOt unlikely that Mr MrWe MrWeeks
Weeks We will permit the case to go to the thejury titejul thejury
jury as presented by tbe prosecution call calling calllag calllag ¬
lag few fe If any An witnesses He Is I adroitly adroitlyturning adruitlytunalDg adroitlytursing
turning and twisting the circumstances dreulUU as asthey astkty asthey
they are presented to show the jury that thatthey tatthey thatthey
they apply to others as well ell as to his cli client cUent cliout ¬
ent and he has an expert David Dad N Cat CatvaJho Car CarTalho Cccvalise
valise who Ro will If called express the peal positive pealWre ¬
the opinion that the disputed writings writingscould wdUqaeouW writingscould
could not have come from MoUnetixs pen penIn pea peaIII penlit
In the event that the jury fails fan to agree agreethere qreethere agreethere
there is little prospect of ofaaecaoil a second I trial trialTHE trialTHE
THE TREASURED BONDS aO TJS GONE GOKEMr GOHEIr GONEMrs
Mr Mrs Ir IncIsir l and Chc lie Iolioo l > oHI Trying Tryingto IrltI IrltIto Prylitito
to Sulvo n Mystery MysteryXEW MyuteryNEW 1 ler lerEW
NEW EW YORK Jan 1 IIt It is really a mar marvel marvel marel ¬
vel el to Mrs Irs Camelia Packard and tier tierdaughter 1 herdaughter
daughter Miss 1 Cora Packard how their theirstudio theiratudto theirstudio
studio in the balding at 839 3O Eighth Ave Avenue Ayesue Te ¬
Rue came to l he > e robbed bed of United States Statesbonds Stateshoods
bonds boRda an insurance policy a note awl awlother a84IoUter am amother
other valuable papers The detectives det4teU who wboare whoare whoare
are investigating have not expressed espreMdoptaloR an anoptatoa anoptnlon
optatoa They cannot for their amaze amazement amuemeRt amassmont ¬
mont has paralysed them themMm tlteR1JIIII themeMrs
Mm Packard and her daughter are ar artists 1IrUt arlists ¬
lists Ut and they tka have a particularly hand handsome headcome IHI IHIJKHHe ¬
some studio They The formerly fOlftMrl kept their theirvaluaMe tlMlrahtAWe theirvatmutbie
valuaMe papers in an envelope It occur occurred eeelirroo ocearred
red to them a few w months ago that in owe oweof caseof
of fire they might lose e them So they hit hitupon hitupon hitupon
upon a most effective plan planMrs plan11I planMrs
Mrs 11I Packard made used a sHenfai tala bag with witha
a drawstring long enough e h to be placed placedaround placedarouBd placoilaround
around ones neck Then she made a peg pegon pe peDR pegOR
on the back b ek of her foldingbed and on this thishe thistt1Mt thisshe
she he hung the bag in which she placed th thpapers the thepeper3 thepepers
papers In case ot fire all she had to do dow doto dowas
w was to reach reee around get the bag and andplace andplace andplace
place the string over her neck neckThere neckTkere seekThere
There was WA another thing that bothered botheredtbe b t1aerecltlte bMberedthe
the Packard That had to do with the theonly Uleonly theonly
only key ke to their studio They hit upon uponanother UIJORn uponanother
another n tMr excellent t eUeat scheme beme They drove a anail anail anail
nail just below etew w the letterbox on the door tIoeran1 doorcml
and wh y1Mft n they went out they t y hung JUt the thekey theI thekey
I key k on this After the adjustment ot thee theMMl1eu theseserIe4is
serhHM troubles Mrs and Mian Packard Packardsettled PaekardttJetl Packardsettled
settled ttJetl down to the enjoyment lo1lDe1tt of life lifeThey lIeTiter lifeThey
They remember seeing Mela the bag about two tweweeks tW tWweeks twoweeks
weeks age They The looked for It yesterday yesterdayn
en n order to count up tile coupons and found foundtbat foull4Ithat foundthat
that it was missing They TH bnvent the tbefaintest thetalnt thefaintest
faintest talnt kV Jd d e who COUM eouldIta f have ho taken Hell it and andthey amithe andthey
they the think it most extraordinary extraordinaryA extraontla extraontlaA
A CRICKET III HIS EAR EARIlit BARhc 2ARI
Ilit I hc CnnHe Cun of tlie hr loifne UnfHefll of Clmrlcx ClmrlcxIMnyler ChuJJ ChuJJHIzlr CImzmrIemp
IMnyler IMnylerHIGH p HIzlrHJGH lezI er erthou
HIGH BRIDGE X J Jan 1 ITile The boar boaring aearoC boarlug
lug oC CUr Charles i Blaster of Ibl Ula plac JIMe JIMebeen ace has hasbeen hasbeen
been restored Away A way last 8umm summer r be lay laytown laydowa laydown
town upon up tile greensward to take a sap sapWbca upNhea sapWhen
When be awoke he he heard rd all 11 kIds ot otnotMC orBOIHs ofsotses
notMC IH I his be head ftdTlt headThere d dThere
There Tlt < e were Imitations of aewly w17 argaoiietl argaoiietlcoontrr erpaltltcouatry organisedcountry
country heads boiler factories horse fid fiddle IddiM fiddies ¬
dle diM and many other netceprocHictaa In Instruments lastrallleats Instrumeects ¬
struments lie experienced tks unsought ttDsoaghtfor unsoughtfor
I for meal tIIIIc for nearly rly a fortnight and a then thenall the theall thenall
all wa wattYIItt q ti t bet his bearing began failiNt failiNthim raill raillhim failing
him IbyslclaiM I lelah were ere unable to ascertaia ascertaiatbe aaeenaltlte ascertaicthe
the trouble Waxier became bleaM deafer er aad aaddeafer aaddater anddeafer
deafer until he could scarcely 1ICrtri hear aay aaytkl urthlag aflything
tkl thing thlagA E EA
A day of two ago BUucier called UPON apo Dr DrKnlgbt DrKnl DrKnight
Knight Knl l1t of Clinton who removed a large largecricket Ja Jacricket largecricket
cricket from his ear TIle cricket was d chad chadaD deadand ad adand
and 8atened out as thin as paper Ills Illskearioc HisJteti Illshearing
hearing Jteti began n to return a as soo seen as Ute tbecricket Uteerket thecricket
cricket was removed and now It to fully fullyrestored tallyratored fullyrestored
restored
ATTACKED BY A BULL BULLXarroir BULLXarro BULLarrov
Xarroir Xarro arrov ISAcapc ur > f a Tvnclier Irom IromllclnfV 1JonIJcln FrsnmIlelmm
llclnfV IJcln Corc Gored nrcd l to Drntli DrntliNORWALK nrlt 1etutINORWALK n nNORWALK
NORWALK Co Ceo n Jan 1 1I 1lrof Prof > rer Curtis Curtiswbo CMniwho Cartiswho
who conducts a lrxe rge private school e eel at atBreokfleld atCrookfl atlirookflelmi
Breokfleld Crookfl ld bad a mUTO narrow escape yesterday yesterdayfrom yestenmllOlR yesterdayfrom
from being gored to death by h a bull while wbikidriving whi whidrhlrt whiledriving
driving < home from rom the station lie was in incompany Incompeuy incompany
company with hill sons driver When half halfway haIlwily
way boise they met a farmer fBnu r driving tlrhill the tbebull tltebun thebull
bull home from pasture JlUtu The b bull charg charged ebuged cborged ¬
ed upon the teej tessa Ute Itorw horses taking fright frightand frightand frightand
and throwing the occupants out The bull bulltowed buntoeeetl bulltossed
towed the profeaaw pt01eea I t in the air lr several severaltimes severaltImes veral veraltimes
times fracturing his ribs and inflicting lullictIugotior
ot otior InJuriM InJuriMThe hmurIeiThe
The Infuriated bull then started in pur pursuit pursuit persuit ¬
suit of the team and in attempting to tolore 10KOre togore
lore one of the horses was wa forced over a aMfeot aIitfeot a51f
Mfeot 51f embankment and fell to the t e rail railread rallruell raIlr0541
read track fifty 11ft feet below breaking bre klng his hisneck hIsneck hisneck
neck A rope and tackle was secured and andtbe andthe andtise
the carcass carea a was removed just In tline to loallow to1I0w toallow
allow 1I0w the Pittsfteld IittefiehlLessto express to pas I IA imees imeesA
A FIGHT FOR A COUNTY SEAT SEATAtlntittu SEATtll1ntlc SEATttlnmute
Atlntittu City Cil People lcoJ > le Determined Ich rmlnect to tollnvu tohave 0 0I
I have n ClmiiKC ClmiiKCATLANTIC Cbnn GICUJLgCATLANTIC e eI
I ATLANTIC CITY N K J 1 Jan 1 1Throe 1Throei Throe
i I courts will be in session fon at Mays ys Landing Landingduring Landingdurla Landingduring
during durla the week the first sitting to begin begintomorrow beginteJRorrow begIntomorrow
tomorrow This is I unusual uays l sail was ar arranged arrm Crranged ¬
ranged rm ed by Law Judge Sadicott ltdlcott after con consultation conultatlon concollation ¬
collation with Supreme Court Justice Lud Ludlow Ludlew Ladlow
low In order that the large number ot otcases otCUf5 ofcases
cases pesdiHg rear be cleared from the cal eelcedar
I cedar Judge Gaskill of Mount Holly Hollywill Hollywill
I will hear trial trials In the common pleas ptea court courtJudge courtJudge
Judge Miller mer of Camden in the supreme supremecourt aupremecourt supremecourt
I court court and Judge Kndleott In the circuit circuitcourt clreultCetl circuItcourt
court courtThe Cetl courtIbe rt rtI
I The 1 itueetlen jueetr uestIen < m of the removal of the coun county counI county ¬
I ty t Mat from Mays IRr landing to Pleaeantville Pleaeantvilleor Plea nntlIIe nntlIIeI
or Atlantic City Cat which has been in course courseof COUrMor courseof
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of agitation far a number of years eara will willlikely willbe willlikely
likely be brought brou < ht before the meeting o 0ttle or orthe
the board of freeholders which will be beIseld
I keM in h this 01 city ett next Wednesday ednHday It 10 10claimed IsI i iclaimed
claimed that UM > train facilities of Mays MaysLanding 1IIl7sLandln MaysLanding
I Landing Landln are iastiflldent Iftsl tcl nt and anI that the thecounty thccouaty thecounty
county capital should go to Pleasant Ploasantville Ple Pleasantvills eant eantI
ville lilt > which has the advantage of a motor motortrain motortralR motortrain
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train service anti In more easily reached reachedthan reachedthan
I than any 311 other part of the county count and andbesides anll11lt1tdell antibesides
11lt1tdell besides has tlepnone connection with withAtlantic 11thI withAtlantic
I Atlantic City CityI CityNerl
I Nearly Nerl all the th county business comes comesfrom
I from this city cU and the inconvenIence of ofmakes ofI ofthe
I tilt rOllel1t location oC the county seat seatI seatmakes
makes its It transaction more costly than thanif thanthe thanif
I
if the seat eat were located in PIcasantvlllc or orAtlantic orAtlnntlc orAtlantic
Atlantic City There are many friends friendsof frhmdJoC frlendnof
of the proposition to have the buildings buildingshere bulhllnggI buildingshere
here hpl but all residents are in favor of orI1I ofClIniIYC a alianc
I lianc I1I C If not to this tltl city thrn to Plcsant PlcsantI
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I AHfflFOKTEETBUSTS AHfflFOKTEETBUSTSCanada A AIIAY BA VEN FOR THE IIE TIIII88allatla TRUSTS TRUSTSeauada
Canada to 3Iake 1ako a Bid for Ameri American Amcrican Amciican ¬
can Capita Capitatlnun CnpitaIJroltll
5 IJroltll and Dnrlal Daring Scheme Planned Plnnuedtu
tu Ucl1ec the Ohnoxlolo Iimnaioii Conblnn ConblnntlunR Conibiuntioim
tlnun tioim From State Interference JnterCerenceA JnterCerenceAXcn literferciectXeii A AXevr
Xevr Corpora Curlurntlou II 011 Hill to toDe lie Intro Introduced Introdnccllln Introii ¬
dnccllln ii duced mmccii in time he Dominion 1nrlliimciit 1nrlliimciitNEW iarlinmuentNEW nrlhuncntNEW
NEW YORK Jan 1 1CanatI Canada is proper preparing IreparInb properIng ¬
ing to make a strong bid for that class of ofAmerican ofAmerican
American corporations known as asA trusts trustsA truatA
A representative of the Dominion Gov Government Govcramcnt Goyetnment ¬
ernment arrived arrivedIn in this thl city yesterday to toconfer toconfer toconfer
confer with representatives of several se severs ral of ofthe ofthe oftIme
the largest companies having ha In their main mainoffloos mainomooe mainotilacs
offloos in New York YorkProposed YorkPropoled YorkProposed
Proposed aatltrust legislation and the therapkl therapid I Irapid
rapid spread of the antitrust spirit Is ismainly i imainly
mainly responsible for this move toward I
Canada CanadaThe CanadaThe oo I
The idea is I probably the broadest and andtbe andthe
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I the boldest ever conceived co celTetl by b the corpora corporation corporation corporation ¬
tion Interests It is I stated tated that they have haveIons havesloes havelong
Ions since despaired of obtaining favorable favorabletreatment favorabletretttmeat favorabletreatment
treatment through the enactment eR etRient of Fed IedI Fedoral
eral law law laws for the reason r HR that it would fihl be benecearar befleccuary
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necessary necearar to amend the Constitution of the theState theUnited
United State before thin could be done doneIf doneIf
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If they 18 e to Canada Ca however and or orxaatze or orI orgoatee
I goatee xaR theme themselves ulvos under Bi llt1 lush laws they theywill theywill
I
will m enjoy what is practicaly ractleal national ex existence oxistence ¬
I istence under color of Brush charters chartersIndividuals I
l Individuals who lto are citizens of C the United UnitedStates UnItedState
I States would become by II sack incorporation incorporationat l II
at least partial ptlrU l subjects bj of the British BritishCrown liritialoCrown rltWt I ICro
Crown Cro They personally peno would net be beBritish BeI beBritish
British rlUsh subjects but their corporation corporationwould oorponllotlWould corporatloswould
I would enjoy the privileges prlTiI ftI of British sub subject nblee subJeets ¬
ject lee Jeets Their British charters eurt national in inscape littcHIptt inseepe
scape would exempt them from what is islegally Iieplly islegally
legally called thepollce power of I any anyAmerican a aAJHerlcaD sayAmerican
American State wherein they have their theirfactories theirtRetoriM theirfactories
factories or happen ha ppen to do business businessThe 1M iThe buelcessThe
The trust people declare that now 110 they theyare theyare theyare
are harassed and subjected to petty Ur an annoyances aDJtoanees ascoyances ¬
noyances in various Stairs They say they theyare tlteyare theyare
are l hehl liug > eiag persecuted in OIJo They as astert ute assort
sort te < t that ly obtaining national charters chartersfrom ebartelllfrom chartersfrom
from the Canadian Government they would wouldfree wouldCree wouklfree
free themselves them lftS from State interference interferenceaad latert interferenceand ee9 ee9I <
I and could tie sued ued in this enquiry lmtr only onlythrough onlytllrouph onlythrough
through the United States courts courtsAn CCHUtsAR cosutsAs
An aggressive member of the he Canadian CanadianParliament C CanadianParliament Utadlan UtadlanParliament
Parliament named Turgeon ha baa promised promhwdto
to present the sew Be corporation bill in the theDominion theDelltluion theDominion
Dominion Legislature early earl in January JanuaryOfficials JaDuarromclals JanuaryOlikials
Officials of leading corporations of Assert America AssertOtt ¬
ca have had consultations C with Ith their tltel coun counsel COUII eounaol ¬
aol I and have prepared the form of logic legislation logiclation ¬
lation which they desire A AInr lavycr Iay = in leetsI their theirinterest tIIeIrIMterest theirinterest
interest will m go to Ottawa Ou la a few days dayswitb day daywith dayswith
with a copy cop ot o the proposed i ew w Canadian Canadiancorporation CaIInlerporatiOft Canadiancorporation
corporation law in his hi pocket The Calla Canadian CallatUan Camstitan ¬
lerporatiOft
titan banks are > helping the p Ttosltlon lOItitlou all allthey allI allthey
they can for if Canada bores f the home homeof homeoC homeof
I of the American trusts the volume T1H ef Ca Canadian CaJUldlao Canadian ¬
nadian bank deposits will be increased by bymillions by1lftlllloR8 bymillions
millions of dollars Aad these lh deposits depositswill depositswill potItL potItLII
1lftlllloR8 will II not be taxed taxedA taxedA taxedA
A Canadian commission recently eatl has hasbeen hasbeen
11 been D studying the history of American Americantrusts A1IHKIcaRtrusts AmericanI
I trusts in all its phases the laws ao govern governing goveralug lnt lntIng ¬
ing them the amount of taxes they pay payetc payetc payetc
etc The commission comm has found that a ascore ascore ascore
score ef Canadian and British Britt CotomMwa CotomMwamining Colttnab Colttnabminla1 Cohuwbkusmining
mining companies are paying teas of ofthcuMnds Dlthculllnds ofthousands
thcuMnds of dollars annually as taxes aad aadfees alMlfee8 cmlfees
fees to the State of New ell Jersey The Ca Canadians CaI Canadiana ¬
j nadians are anxious to save e their own ownrevenues OWftreTeDues ownrevenues
revenues as well as to aaaex aa revenue revenuefrom refDueflOll revesuesfrom
I I from the United States StatesLeaders StatesLeaders tH tHLeaders
Leaders of both parties are said to favor favorthe faOrthe favorthe
the new trust law la cad the Canadian C4II peG peoI peep1e
I pie are reported report ll to b be enthusiastic over the theplan theplan theplan
plan to gather atber in more Americai dollar dollarThe doIlanThe dollarsThe
The discussions of o the Economic Associa Association Associaties StIOela ¬ i ilion
lion at Cornell University tnlverlt last week 1t k were werecarefully Wfleearefull werecarelulig
carefully earefull watched and at carefully report reported reported reportml ¬
ed and a special note was made Jaad on the thesuggestion tlt4tUgL8tIOk thecuggtintiou
suggestion which blch was dropped at that thatmeeting thatmeeUr thatmeeting
meeting relative to the possibilities cf such sucha ell ella
a movement on the part rl of the t Canadian CanadianGovernment CalladlaaGever CaNadianGoverameect
Government Gever Rt Dow ltomlRktR IB ton and Provincial as asoffering IoIferiltg asoWerleg
offering companies doing business bu lheJl In the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United State to incorporate under a Ca Canadian CaIHI4ItaR Caaadtan ¬
nadian law of possibly higher standing standingand standingSn zadlq zadlqaM
and Sn freedom from State annoyances than thanit thanIt thanit
it they th y were doing business buai in the United UnitedSlates ValtedStes Unitedsates
Slates and incorporated under the laws of ofDEATH ofII ofia7
II ia7 0IIe oC t the 1t Sta States StatesDEATH t tDEATH
DEATH IN A SLEEPING CAB CABIrcMiilciit CARrchnt CAlltresitieist
IrcMiilciit rchnt linker of otthcnrmouth otthcnrmouthShl1mhll the YarmouthittsmLimIiij Yarmouth YarmouthStcani
Stcani Shl1mhll liij > Company Kxiilrex KxiilrexBOSTON 1 itapireafOSTON Jtlr JtlrB05TO
BOSTON B05TO Masse Jan Ja 1 1L L K Baker BakerPresident BakePreaklent fakerPresident
President of the Yat Yatmouth alJlHHltll month Steamship Com Company Comall Coneiay ¬
pany was all found dead in the berth of a asleeping aaPtnllt asleeping
sleeping car on the arrival of a train from fromNew frotew fromNew
New ew York at 6 oclock cloek yesterday morning morningDeath morataDeath nioralagDeath <
Death wag due to t heart 55 disease diseaseMr d diseaseMr
Mr Baker was one of the most t repre representative repretaUYe reproseetatlve ¬
sentative taUYe men of Yarmouth a Ir hltl4t e cap capitalist capItaJt capitailat ¬
italist ItaJt t owner and iaterwted IRtere ted h largely rgeiy ia iavessels i iv Isysels
vessels v He was as a director in a number numberef lIuNlterel numberof
ef banking h uklBf corporation and held ofllces H la lawoolen I Ile1 Inwoolen
woolen le1 anti mining companies companiesMr OOftII I
Mr 1 Baker was on hi hia way home 110 hose from fromOld fromOld freonOld
Old Point Comfort to Yarmouth Ytir 9utk lie had hadtaken kadtaken hadtaken
taken hi his wife lfe who It is an invalid to the theVirginia theI theVirginia
Virginia winter resort re for her he health and andwas aaMIas andwag
I was as returning returRln lie was 8 kltOwn IOWH to ilp ilpPullman th thPuilman
Pullman car conductor and porter and andthey aBtlUlt1Y andthey
I they said he was 8 apparently in good goodhealth KootiI goodhealth
health when heR he boarded the train trainThe trainThe trainThe
I The porter noticed that Mr Baker did didnot didI didnot
not r upend pond to his call at 5 530 13 but sup supposed suppo supposed ¬
I posed he was s enjoying a sound sou ml sleep He Hetherefore lieI Hetherefore
therefore waited lted till tbe train had h < almost almostdrawn alm06tdrawn almostdrawn
drawn into the South SouthStation Station It was on ongoing ORgoing ongoing
I
going to the berth this time that Mr MrBakers MrBakers Ir IrBaker
Bakers Baker death was discovered dl oovered The body bodywill bed bodywill
will be taken to Yarmouth for burial Mr MrBaker MrBaker 11 11Da1er
11111
Baker was sixtynine years QJS old He Heleave lieI Heleaves
I leave lefty a wife wifeand Ir and an two grownup SOB SOBliTOIAlTS SOUl SOUlrrrnIA1 sonsrwis
liTOIAlTS rrrnIA1 S SELL THEIR LAND LANDThe LANDlhe LANDVite
The IottnxviitomleH tot Inesatmuimmies Inrt AVith tV Itl tb it itChieiKo Ithllc aClxiemo
ChieiKo hllc o Lake Front Claim ClaimCHICAGO ClnhllCHICAGO ClnlumCHICAGO
CHICAGO Ill Jan 1 ISamuel Samuel M I Bid Biddison Diddl Biddison
dison dl on President Pr tldent of the State Mutual Life LifeInsurance LifeInsurance LifeInsurance
Insurance Company of Illinois and Ed Edwin EdIIn Edwin ¬
win Stark have purchased from the Pot Pottawatomie Pottawatomle Pottawatomie
tawatomie Indiana a quitclaim deed dc l to a ustrip astrip astrip
strip of land situated along the lake shore shoreof shoreof horeoC
of Chicago from Rush Street bridge south southto SQutbto southto
to the Indiana State line lineTboy lIoeThey lineThoy
They claim the title never was purchas purchased purchased purcimanod ¬
ed from the Indians by b the Government Governmentand GoernmentantI Governmentanti
antI that the territory territor lies outside of the theboundaries thebouodarles theboundaries
boundaries of tho State of Illinois In Included Included Ineluded ¬
cluded in the tract arc lauds owned by bytho b btho bythe
tho Illinois Central Railroad the Lake LakeFront LakeFront LakeFront
Front Park ParkS tho Chicago Beaoh Hotel a astrip astrJp astrip
strip along the lake side of Jackson Park Parklands Parklands Parklands
lands of the Illinois Steel Company and andall andalt andall
all other ther property touching the lake south southof southot southof
of the river The strip is from two to six sixblocks s1blocks sixblocks
blocks wide wideMessrs widees wideMessrs
Messrs es rs Biddison and Stark transacted transactedtheir transactedtheir transactedtheir
their business vritu wlt with Wcssan Molay i lrln lrlnchal irlncleat > rln rlncl
cl cleat > al chief of the tribe and a committee committeecomposed CmmlttcocO committeaconipoaed
composed cO lo l of Thomas Topash To ftllh Joseph Mo Molay MolaY Molay
lay Andrew Rapp Neo Basil and Charles CharlesParson CbarlosPlrson CharlesPerson
Parson acting for the Poltawatomles The Theprice Theprice Theprice
price for the quitclaim deed lo o the strip stripwas strt stripwas
was 35000 55000 to be paid ald over to the Indi Indians Indlnns mdians ¬
ans when their title is approved by the thoSecretary theSecretary theSecretary
Secretary of the Interior InteriorAccident Interiorccll1ent Interiortccidcnts
Accident ccll1ent to IIrllkemcnlIITEWA lirakemnenMATEWAN Ilrnkciucn IlrnkciucnMATEWAJf
MATEWAJf W Va Jan 1 ICharl ICharlVawter 1CharlesVawter Charles CharlesVawtcr
Vawter a brakeman fell from a freight freighttrain frelgMtrain freighttrain
train on the Norfolk orro1l and Western road here hereyesterday hereyesterday hereyesterday
yesterday morning and sustained probably probablyfatal probablyfatal probablyfatal
fatal Injuries Henson Cowper another anotherbrakeman anotberbrakeman anotherbrakeman
brakeman lost his left hand while coupling couplingcars couplingcaTS couplingcarsa
cars carsa at Vivian Ibm Saturday night nightThat nightThat nightThat
That Throbbing Headache HeadacheWould
Would nulfk quIckly leave you Ou it you used Dr Kings KiccaKetf Kie KieNW KingsNear
Near Life Fills Thousands ot sufferers hare hareproved banpror haveproved
proved pror their matchless merit for Sick and Nervous NervousIleaiLichr NCrTOUSHeAtLtchtS Nervotalictolaclws
IleaiLichr They Timt rcaSic pure blood and atrongr atrongrncrvea IItronnlrT otronpnerve
nerve nlrT and nd build up your health Easy El to take takeTry teTry takeTry
Try them th = Only Onl 63 I ctns vrn n3 Money back b lck if not notcured hotI
I cured Eod d Ly L Henry Evans 9S F St It
ACTOR MORGANS M GANS TROUBLES TROUBLESw TROUBLESI TROUBLESARRRnUec1 TROUBLESAssaulted
w I
Assaulted by L l lila I2 unified rll cl Wife 5f4 lIe In InNew InNew i iNen
New Yorlc YorlcNEW IorlcNEW
NEW EW YORK Jan 1 IIn In the domestic domestictroubles domestictroub1es domestictroubles I
troubles of Actor Edward J Morgan now nowplaying nowplayl nowplayiig
playing playl l the tite role rob in Bon Hur and andhis andhi andhis
his hi wife known on the stage ae Adelaide AdelaideCushman AdolaldeCushman AdelaideCushman
Cushman the latest latest development Is an as assault assault assault ¬
sault on the streoL streetMra streoLMrs streoLMrs
Mrs Morgan lIIorgandtXore decoyed < l her husband hu band from fromhis fromhis fromhis
his home at 23tW 23 2Vat at t Thirtyfourth Street Streetwith Streetwith Streetwith
with a note She stopped him on the tbestreet thestreet thestreet
street and as a result rt ult of an altercation altercationwbicb altercaUJnwhich altereatiruwhich
which drew a large lar e crowd she was taken takento ta takento en ento
to the West Thirtyseventh Street sta station siction ¬
tion after trying to escape 8C pe and being pre prevented prevented prevented ¬
vented by three big policemen policemenTlerc policemenTcerc policemenTere
Tlerc has been a deal printed about the thetroubles lhetroubles thetroubles
troubles of f the Morgans charges and andcountercharges andcountercharges anticounterchnrges
countercharges He is now suing Isis biswife hi hiwife Isisinfo
wife for separation This followed her ac action aotlon aetion ¬
tion in having him arrested for abandon abandonmcnt abandoumente abandonmont
mont A police magistrate ordered him himto himto himto
to pay his bl wife 20 SO a week What was in intho inthe
the note that a messenger mos ener boy took to toMorgans toMorgans
Morgans boarding house last night is net netknown netknown netknown
known lIe put on his overcoat and hat hatleft
left the house and started to walk nlk swlrt swlrtly switly wlt wltly
ly toward Broadway Broadwaylie
lie had gone but a little distance when whenMrs wlltftIr wlisnMrs
Mrs Ir Morgan who was closely veiled veiledstepped veiledstepped eUedJJtcpped
stepped out ot a shadow and grasped bold boldof boldot holdof
of his arm She Sb began upbraiding him himcalling himcalling himcalling
calling hIm a vitiate 1II8R a scoundrel and all allmanner aUmaBDcr allmanner
manner of names In a loud voice Tol A few fewpeople fewpeople
people surrounded llIo1l ded them and the th number numberkept numberkept
kept growing Morgan tried to free him ulmself
self from rom hl his wife but could not Morgan Morganhailed Morgaahailed orgaR orgaRhailed
hailed a passing cab and tried to enter it itbut IL ILbut Itbut
but his wife prang pran in I front of him iii and andslammed aadsJaRiated andslammed
slammed the ucor ucorYou I dor dorVou r rYou
You dont escape tII me she said W I Iwill Iwill 1will
will follow you OU to the aad aoda of the earth earthI earthShe rth I
I She became more and more excited cad aadnimost cadnimost
nimost screamed in her anger Morgan Morgandid Morgandid
did ld everything but strike hi his vife Ife la fruit fruitless fnlltIHCI traitieee JUHlj ¬
less efforts to get free oC o her The com commotion cornniotion ¬
motion attracted Policeman Winfteld lahkJ who whoarrested whoarrested
arrested Mrs Morgan on the charge of ofdisorderly ofdisorderly I
disorderly dleorderl conduct colHlt l He took husband aid acdwife aidwife
wife Jc to the station There T Morgan made madea I
a complaint against his wife lie said he hecould IMtlOtdd hecould
could no longer bear her pwnectitlotM sad aadthat sadfloat
that her conduct had been intolerable intolerableWhen IDtcleraWeWJtlt1 IniclorableWhen I
When the sergeant Mlge nt ordered Mm Morgan Morganlocked lerpnkKked Mergealocked
locked up she ran toward towar the door anti tried triedto triedto triedto
to oseape o It took I three > policemen to place placeher placelieI plateher
her Iu h a cell and this till was t eompltsaetf rcomlllia1te4 rcomlllia1te4ooly acornpllsbedemily eompltsaetfonly
only after a struggle SIte raved furious furiously furiousIy ¬
ly I againat her husband h and l the police policeA poIl policeA
A RUGGED OLD OL PAUPER PAUPERA AUPER AUPERJ
A t 1 1 IJfnrOIII l lYearOldomrr4m > nrOII fIru irro In Is it Iiiifr IiiifriNlnuil Iuu iu iuIslimimil
iNlnuil 1111111 AliiiNliiMiHC AliiiNliiMiHCHEMPSTKAD 5 InuJutURIIEMPSTEAI 1 InuJutUR insiumiiseIIEMPOTEAD
HEMPSTKAD > L I I J JAIl 1 1Geerp 1GeerpWaahhagtoD 1GoorgeWashington Geer e eWashington
Washington Freeman Free Ilemar Greene Gree cole celebrated ceIebraled coleheated ¬
heated today tile 114th anniversary of his bisbirth tIWnh hisbirth
birth For F r nearly Rtlarl forty years y n this till aegis negreI aegishas I IJt
I has been IH the Alinshsuse in Hemstead Hemsteadof lisinsteadlie
lie a appears rs almost A3 ragged as IIIMt IIIMtoC seen seenof
of sixtyAvert i qUI intii tit a few years y age he hewas liewa hewas
was wa employee eJGpHtretlA as a farm fa hand at the alms almshome sIssshones
home honesOte
> > i iOn 1Oa
On the reeeJusfof r rooe01 ° 8f Daniel Wllmarta IRUlI the thekeeper liteke thekeeper
keeper ke r of the Almshuuse AI I fa a portion port of ofthe tUte ofthe
the history of of Greene e According U these thesestatements thesestseeta eatateJlt8llta
statements which kit the keeper says are a atheatie att atttlieBtI astheatle
theatie Greene O wN was horn January 1 17K 17Kbut 17K1MIt 1700bet
but Greene Or all tJ this t fete incorrect incorrectA I t tA
A visitor to to t the aimshsusr al footed the old oldman I Iman Imac 1
man engaged la carry carrying lag wood and 41 attend atteading attendlog I
log la = to ether duties about the barnyard barnyardHo osrayardHe ard ardlie
Ho said saidRver aidKY1H saidKyet
Rver since I wa was a small U bay I reissue remember n nber ¬ I Iher
ber being bel toM told by b both my master Or mood aadmother moodsoother I
mother that I wr Wio Wi hon rM oa the ant antC day dayof dayof
of January 1777 on a a large farm of a aman aman amaca
man named Freeman near KlUabetiMowa KlUabetiMowaIVrtttt BlizaMtJaoJ itlisabetbiewnPoint
IVrtttt J ltt N K J The reason of my remember rememberso renmeesherlag bH1
lag the I 41 aM the asses 0 tIM place placeso
so well is I because Deca e I was as told to that I was wassnowstorm wasborn I Ibora
born the cia 011 which laid begaa tit the largest JarpstSIIOW1ttonn largestsnowstorm
snowstorm that New Jersey J had known k tor torftfty 00rlilly I
lilly 11ft years yearsMy yeanXT yearsMy
My father mother brothers bmt snot sisters sbtterawere sisterswere era II IIwere
were all slave an After living with wit Mr lies 11 11aR liesseas j jman I
man aR for a number her of years 1 1 W was K add 4 with witha j j
a number of 1 other slaves to Mr Heviar 11 ilemsr ilemsrwho UN UNwlto i iwho
who owned a large Ja plantation plaaaU la Virginia Virginiat lrslala j jI II
I had a avery Scry nfT picaaaat home there but lived livedthere j jthere
there only oal a abort rt isse when 1teJt I was wa sod t so soCrucial j
General Cc ral Washington WasbID t aDd seat to his large largeestates j I
estate in Virginia where Hr I passd the thebappieet thehappiest
happiest days da of my lit y life lifeAlthough UfeAltboqk lifeAlthough I I
Although I was s only a youth at the time theemy > I Imy IDIY
my recollections of Washington Waslaqt rials rialsabout rI siding sidingabout I
about bout hi his Ii estates at Mount Vernon erJIOD no his hishorse hlabone hishorse I
horse are stilt Impressed OB my DI memory 1De1lktZIf as asIf asif f
If they happened only yesterday A short shorttime shorttime j
time after the commerce cumneercisent s incut of the war r cf cf1S12 Gf e
1S12 lBI I was made a fr fre aegro by General GeneralWashington G OoesraiWashlsgton I IWIIItoo I
Washington I worked at different paces pacesabout p pmesabout
aetsl
about the country couDlr until I Anally lull met llletatltk a awealthy awealthy
wealthy atltk farmer Banted George orge Greece G ftom ftomLong fOMLoac to toLong I
Long Island who 110 took me t to live on hIs btaLong hIsLong 16 16Loac
Long Island farm I gut KIU si I must have havebeen RaTewen havebeen
been employed entplo by 1 Greene for or nearly forty fortyyears lwQyeaill fortyyears
years yearsEvery yearsEvery
yeaillEftry Every time Um the negro was a sold sad even evenafter eY evenafter a artee
after rtee be wa was freed he added to hi hi < mure murethat 1Nt aewethat e ethat
that of his employer thus obtafaiag ia iaadvanced laalhneed inadvanced
advanced ag age the name of George G Gloa Washing Wnaaiagtoa WashingIon
loa Freeman Homer Greene GreeneAbout GreeaeAbout GreeceAbout
About sixteen Ixtee years ago Greene Gr eDe began to tolose toJeie tolose
lose his sight > and hearing and being un unable aDWe ionable ¬
able We to Aad employment he found OUIM refuge refueia rtf rtfia refugein
ia the almhouftr at Herapstcad HerapstcadOa I1e petud petudOn
On every very election day for the last sixty sixtyyears sixtyymca blt bltyeafC
years the old negro n ro regardless of the theweather UtewestlHor theweather
weather has walked to the polls at Hemp Hempstead IILIRpteIttI ItemptesJ
stead where he always voted oteel a straight straightKopubllcan stntictttHepubUcan straightltepoibhcan
Kopubllcan ticket All the tobacco tol 6c and andliquor sodliquor Ad Adliquor
liquor that he eared eart d to indulge in were w al always alwa ciways ¬
ways wa 8 given him without iltOUt cost in the vllasx vllasxsaloons TJIla TJIlasaloons eilagssaloons
saloons and he always returned to 0 the thealmrtouse tilealm8bou8e theaitnaboimee
almrtouse in a decidedly ft lIetll happy hpp frame of ofmind ofmind ofmind
mind where here he would remain until next nextelection seatelection
election day dayGreene dayCrCtDe dayGreene I
Greene has hasbeeu been married ssven 8 ven time and andis aOllIs coolIs
is the father of twentyone tweBIo children nearly nearlyall ne nearlyall rl rlall
all of whom hom are dead deadCONVENT d deadCONVENT d dCONVENT
CONVENT LIFE ABANDONED ABANDONEDA ABANDONEDSIttr
A l Shier of llerey Irc for Ten n Years cnr itt IteKittern u uHIhr itt1litters <
Kittern the World WorldPITTSBURG SorllPITTSBURG orld orldIJITTSBURG
PITTSBURG Pa Jan L 1 1MIne Mlw t16 May 1111 El Elllott Elliott Elliott
liott who wa was a Sister ef Mercy ercy for 1 < r ten tenyears len8ar3 tenyears
years 8ar3 has throwa oK her religious garb pnrband garband rb rband
and left the institution She is BOW 80 at atthe atthe attime
the home of her aunt a nt Mrs G W Barrett BarrettIn Barrett BarrettIn BorrottIn
In Bcllovuc She is a convert her people peoplebeing peopleh peoplebeing
being h lng Presbyterian PresbyterianHer PresbylerllmsHer PresbyteriansHer
Her departure from the convent last lastWednesday lastYednesday lastWednesday
Wednesday caused much excitement excitementSome cxcttemoaLSome excitementSome
Some of the Sisters sent in search of her herfound herround herfound
found her at her aunts house The first Srstday lirstday firstday
day she was as there It is alleged she hid hidherself hidherself hidherself
herself in the garret where she prayed prayedand prayedantI prayedand
and cried for or hours Her father and an moth mother mother mothor ¬
er are both dead She inherited consid considerable eon conaldcrable ld ¬ i icrable
crable money mon and property which she shedeeded sbedeeded shedeeded
deeded to the Mercy community when she sheentered sheentered he heenterctl
entered the tbcConvunt tbcConvuntThe Convent ConventThe ConventThe
The Mother Superior of the Webster rebater Av Avenue Avenue Avonce ¬
enue Community said Miss IiMI Elliott was washere WliShere washere
here and left and that ought to be re regarded regarded regarded ¬
garded as a 11 private affair affairCHINAMEN affairCHINAMBN affairCEINABIEN
CHINAMEN FORM A TRUST TRUSTImm ThUSTInemnmlrynieit UST USTInunllrnuu
Imm Inunllrnuu lrjnien lii a Connecticut Connect leimt Town TownAnrec TowimAgiee ronncc
Anrec cc 1 4o 0 Ipliolil pIlolt1 Prices PricesNEW lrlclINEW trleesNEW
NEW HAVEN HA VE Conn Jan 1 1lllfortI 1lllfortIa Milford Milforda
a small town near this city boasts of a atrust atrust atrust
trust which Its citizens think is the most mostnovel mostnool mostnovel
novel combination yet contrived by capi capitalists c cap captalists pl pltallsts ¬
talists The trust Is formed by b the Chi Chinese Chinese CMnese ¬
nese laundrymen who have been at war warwith warwith warwith
with one another for some months monthsHop monlhsHop monthsHop
Hop Sing came to the town and did a agood agood agood
good business Other Chinamen came and andHop andHop andHop
Hop Sings Singsbusiness business began to fall all off Then Thenthey Thenthey Thenthey
they began to cut prices until Milford was washaving washaving aS aSha
having ha ug its linen done up for almost noth nothing nolhIng nothIng ¬
ing The Chinese laundrymen were starv starvIng staIlng starvIng
Ing themselves by the cuts and were final finally finally ¬
ly forced to enter Into an agreement where whereby whereby ¬
by 1 y prices are to be kept up The new rates rateswent roteswent rateswent
went Into effect today todayNo todayXo today7o
No Limit LimitFrom JlnaltFrom LimitProne
From the l Chicago Mews MewsStubb NewsStubbI ews ewsSlubbI
Stubb SlubbI I read rndlloout about seme man who drank a aquart aquart aquart
quart of whisky whl ky without stepiIzmg stepiIzmgPennWhy tepi ejlin ejlinPtnnlIF > lnjr lnjrPenn
Penn PtnnlIF Wliy that is I nothing Look at old lied liedrtcr TIedtier
tier drank barrel after barrel without stopping stoppingt steppingAni
1 1tn 1tno utifst pibci pibciUcd
Ani J lie wouldnt o d t have slopped > et t it lie had badllrCd
Ucd
THREATS AGAINST AIN8TK AIN8TKThe KEENE KEENETIIO
The Wall ra I Street Bear om Receives Receives3Iauy UeceiresI1ur ReceivesMaur
3Iauy I1ur Anoiiymons Letters LettersA IJcttersSumber
A t Number UfliJser of Detectives Dcteth M Gunril t tI tIOJerntur lIst lIstOlemntor > ie
Olierntur In niiil nlul Out Cat nt of lib Ofilce Ofilceo OlIleeSo
So o Strangers Strnn er Admlttcit to Him HimAVithout lllanthuut humsWltlIiUt
AVithout thuut Pirnt BeIng Dcl Careful CnreflllJ
ly J lntcrro Jutcrrontcct nteil by L Kniploycs JmlhesEW EnmploycmoNEW
I
I
NEW EW YORK Jan 1 IThltltts Throats against againstthe aglintthe agdustthe
the life of James R It Keene Kee e the leading leadingbear leadingbear leadingbeer
bear operator of Wall U Street have been beenmade beenmade beenmade
made by mea who claim to have lost their tbelrmoney theiruiottey theirmoney
money by the recent tremendous slump in inprices Inprlees inprices
prices This drop tJr p canoed a depreciation of ofover oraTeI ofover
over aTeI 1W6M l8GOOto K > in value v values III of stocks heW heWby 1I lueldby
by Investors InvestorsMr
I
Mr Keoae is accused of being rospoool reap rasponsitile III I
We for the Ul operations which ltiek brought about aboutthe aboutthe shoutthe
the crisis two weeks ago and since ill < that thattime thattime thattime
time letters have lIa been coming to the office officeof ollkeut ocs ocsof
of Talbot J Taylor Co at t M Broad BroadStreet nr Bro4Street tfl I
Street where here Mr Keenc K Noose makes aU bead hendduarters beadbarters I Illuarterti
barters threatening te kill loft him himSome hintSoie I I80ICe
Some of the letters made savage TaKe attacks attacksand attacksand attacksand
and veiled allusions to plots veil wt > 1I planned plannedto
I
to secretly relly remove the big sricaiator from fromthis fromthis
this th earth earthAt eartkAt earthAt I
At first no attention was paid to the let letteraiuerely j
ten traJDerely merely the work of lunatics nothing nothingmore DOtbiast nothiagniece
more t declared Jared Mr Kecae Rot still the theletters theJetten theletters
letters came pouring In and especially especlallyj especiallyduring j jnumerous
during the put few days It have they been hee1IatuDttotas beennumerous
numerous In nearly Stearl all cases the notes noteswore DOteswere noteswere
were signed anonysaotMly 8aoaMOUI Others had hadnames IIadattacla hadnames
names attached attacla hot evidently nWeDU they were werectltlous werectltlo wereIctitious
Ictitious IctitiousTMaDy ctltlous ctltlousMany ctltlo ctltloMaay
Many of the writers tM Mr Keeoe 1 dIM thwtthey dIMtbe thatthey
they tbe were speculator that they had hadcaHKht beett beettC bee beecaNgI
caHKht C caNgI In the hear raid cad that tey teyhad te telutd taeybad
had beet rediteed to poverty po as s a result of ofthe ortlte 01the
the markets matiowMtloa matiowMtloaI aalMllatloa I
I shall make suak you pay the price of atn my mynrfa myibis
ibis n B wrote one e man And death will willbethatpriee j
be bethatpriee bethatprieeYou that tJuatYou price priceYou
You will die by an a assassins hand handsaid
said 11 another writer In a bold hand handThe handThe 1Mi 1MiThe
The frequency and fterce language of n the theletters tlteJetters theletters
letters finally AII caused Keenes friend to toregard tore toiesot
regard re ril the matte Ue with some alarm alar It is isunderstood Isunderstood
understood that they called the attention attentionof I
of the police to the letters bat efforts C orta to tolocate tuJocate tolocate
locate the writers ten failed failedThere failedTtwre failedThere
There have been extra precautions taken takenat tak takat takesat
at Mr Keenes Keene private omee emee to t prevent preventstrangers preyentIftrangen preventstrangers
strangers gaining access ace to his room and andonly aIMIoat andash
only ash those t who could property explain the thenature thetre thenature
nature tre of their onwinesa have recently rectDtJ been beenpermitted beenperMitted beenpermitted
permitted to t see him Detectives have also alsobeen alaobeeta alsobeen
been guarding rdiac Us omce omcePersonally o oPenoaIally once oncePermeouiaiiy
Personally Mr Kerne did not fear to tomeet tosleet I
meet any ay of his aaooymotM 1108 writer wri He Heis HeIs lieis
is not a coward you > OH can gamble said saidof aaJdttae
ttae of his intimate associate associateWhen uelateIIeu assocIatesWhen
When IIeu Mr 1 KeelS was see sees today he helaughed lieIatt helaughed
laughed Iatt < Md it off with the remark remarkOh remarkOh
Oh I dont nt t think anybody is gates to toharm toItana toharm
harm me Men 1tIIRea often receive such letters lettersin JetterI lettersIs
in I Wall Street Usually lnaU cranks are re reapemiMe reJtP4MUllWe reapecible
apemiMe Oh no I 4omt t need a pistol pktolI
I can take hale care of myself WIt Never ft carry enTf1Iek carryeach
each Meh a weapon weaponA
A man close to Mr Keene K said saidThese aaicIlMae saidThose
These letters hott began to come to Jim Jimafter Jimahft Jimafter
after the news ae got out that he had hit hitthe lilttllle hitthe
the market for iiW4e JSWeO Of coarse he hedidnt heIlhlat hedidnt
didnt make any a suh sum Everyone said saidKeene aidK saidKeooe
Keene K tart the movement 1IIOP Dt and he abased the theslump theslup theslump
slump We all know that the Jato small 11 in investor 18vtMor invostor ¬
vestor was s terribly t Ny hit In the t panic I Iknow IkJMW Iksow
know men who lost J 350000 8 aU tby bad hadThen bad1hftt badTtura
Then there Iller vps the man who put my myhis ushis ijI ijIbl
his bl ilfes Ute earning l of few thmsaml U He Hewa 11 11wu Iiwas
wa wu wiped out Nv Y such a man fo very verybitter T veryhitter tJ tJbtnfl
bitter He cur t1IrSi His hi fate att attever1otte cad blames blameseveryowe blesseseveoyoie
everyowe in I Wall Street Keene was the umark themark
mark roc ouch ttela men Could used to get It IttrJwa iiwhen
when be wan W alive How many ny times did didwe didwe didwe
we have M Ida life threatened threatnelI
I dont think anyone aa te going pi to pat patdyuUtt putdynanelte
dynamite under Jim J Keewe If they face facebbs
him man to 0 man D I think hed give in them thema
a good fight But Untou you mast look oat t for forthe lortlte forthe
the cranks cra b Russell Sage can tell you 7CH18OIDet1ahtr yousomething
something about them S S8 can other oUterla men menin menin
in Wall Street StreetWON treet treetWON
WON IN IDS STOCXZHGS STOCXZHGSf
i
Tlie Ia liic IMxrky Iltctol Cr roulIl niiitry > lr ry Ituu Made talh1 talh1h I Iliy Ii
liy h i xv V C G Sttmrt SttmrtW Sismnriiv
W G Stuart taart of the University Ualfreft of Penn Pennsylvania leaaI Pcn Pcnsylvania ¬ I
sylvania I formerly CorMerl a Young Mens Christ Christinc rla rlaNOel
i inc n Association NOel O rancor won the Y M K C Cfast CA
A croarouatry run thIs niersing 1 I is the tlaefast thefast
fast time of 4443 oW U a C J Morrison of Cor Cornell Corccii ¬
nell Jnlshed JMod second W F Ford Y M a aA tLA
A A third C W Y Ptmper Y x X > L C A Afourth Afourth 0rrUt
fourth and a J Oraliam 0 Y M l C A fifth fifthFont atth atthI
Font I on mi the best race 01 the flea Ie IetkaoerTee aawi aawideserves d ddeserves
deserves ao little Jttl credit ttea t for the plucky pluckymanner pNckr pluckymacact
manner r in I which he covered ered the course courseafter coane1fter courseter
after ter he had mot hot both Mtklie shots shotsHe shoeslie
lie was about three t mite from tro the fin finish IaIak fl flink ¬
ink when hen the accident t occurred two and refuse refuseto nfedi
to stop top and Dei readjust the footgear t r As A a I Irtoultkis
roultkis feet r t were blur blu and swollen when whenhe lIea lIeaH
he c csole crossed the line lid Je was I 8Ret scarcely scarcelyable
sole to stand at Under the treatment treatmentMessrs or orMewra < I IMessis
Messrs Johnson JeIt HoMen sad nidoot ho hosoon besoon
soon recovered the use of his Is fret h Ht Htlh bo bothv t tthV
lh thV T are sore sad prubably will not b bs In Inseed Iaeoit
seed eoit eomiiUoK tioR for several days daysThe cIa daysThe I
The stan eta was a not made until some E time timeafter tIMea timeafter
after a r the appointed hour Urn delay deia beta betacrused being ItdpscruHtI beingcruseol
crused by the slowness cl I the contestiag contestiagrjoaers coatsstihgrnacra I
rjoaers rlDIte in reporting to the judges At Atthe Attk Atthe
the tk crack of the starters plaId the entire entirefield enlr enlrOslo
field of nine men darted rttd aerec the snow saewfrom MMWf snowIrises I
from f the Y M I A park through tile tbeWhite tileWhite theWhite
White Lot to t Fourteenth Street St ai a and l XOIi8 acoeathe cos costhe
the Long Bridge r14 into Virginia VirginiaThe VirginiaThe Yillui YilluiT I
The T field actoos the river was covered coveredTsiin easeredwith o1ffed1t1
with 1t1 auo 8mt11 three inches deep d and a come comeAcuIty dif j
AcuIty Aettlt was as experieeceii tpeJ t8 t in i getting ttlftC over if ifIn JrIn itIn
In exactly tx ffcrty minutes after the start starttoe startthe
toe entire bunch h was U seen 8 to approte approach starll the thebridge Utebridae th thbridge
bridge from the > other eMe aid oa the re return retura isturn ¬
turn They kept together until tU the tHl struck struckFourteenth stnleltFwrtCflltlt struckFourteenth
Fourteenth Street n4 a then the le leaders leMlttKcOIBmeDeed leaderscommenced Jo i icommenced
commenced to cpart The mst num mc did didnot dltlnot didjiot
not finish until eie eiesen en minutes JIIIMat tfter th thwinner tJte t twinner I Iwinner
winner winnerTtte winnerTile winnerThe
Tile race ra was U considered eou a great sac saccss MICca cuecorn
corn css by h the t oMeent af the course sad a it itis Itis itis
is thought that crorscouutry tt running ntnl will willbecome 11111boc8ate willbecome
become a a toguwr regular thing nil with the Y V M C CA C CA CA
A men m u from BOW on onDentil onHent onlentlt
Dentil Hent ur > f nil Aeeil Jlll Merchant ITcrclinutCHICAGO MerchantChICAGO lerchautCHICAGO
CHICAGO Ill Jan 1 1UeDr 1Henry Henry Foreman Foremana Ira Iraa
a wealthy hky retired merchant died yesterday yesterdayat utenl utenlat
at his residence 341S Vernon 6rDOa Avenue AYe l of a acomplication acopllcation acomplication
complication of diseases and old age lIe Hewas lIewas liewan
was bora In Germany ctghtytwo years yearsago yearago yearsago
ago sad came < to Chicago Cbiea o In 1S64 I In 19CT 19CTbo IM7be 1007he
bo retired from bweinea 1tueil hut has sine sinebeen sllICbeen sincebeen
been connected eoltM < teti through his SOBS H with the theForeman theForellaR theForeman
Foreman Shoe Company Com JIanool Brothers Brothersand Brothersand rotarsaad
and the Fercfflaa Brothers lJntthers Banking Com Company COUlpallr Coonpony ¬
pony
Ant u U T Ihillh Ihillhcyrom Iliiiigrroseu hi UK UKlram
cyrom < lram the PfcihwWr Itti PtiiIsdPl KecJrt KecJrtMy JCeeMttYy NsordMy
My good m ass > a aiml W th the cl eiflrieal1ollot ckricailuehisy ic lkKw m mdivid hi hihidttal isdisidual
divid hidttal l 1 tenet you 611 hive taken C km t tyour mime subject t 01 01our ofrout
your our future Inure wH weltllrt rr into ron IIIfltluat coowideratiec i4ent i4entthink l ltllh Do se setWak
think tllh that y tm 11 entitled mUIt to paM witbia ith the theS dwpeoIIrl theely
peoIIrl ely ph gates gatesSelicey 1 1NUI
S NUI Selicey i lipy replied Iq1 fll Weary Walker pro proWe IlfOIIIIItiT IlfOIIIIItiTWe twoiitSlrVe
We Ve aint i newt dane den mitNtti Mttki hv we Purty PurtyThe rlaMt rlaMtThe flmnoyr flmnoyrTue
The Best BC BeS Cough nedictne nedictneOne nedicincOne fledicineOne
One bottle Dt t Chamberlains Cough Co gh Rem Remedy RemedJ Remedy ¬
edy cured me of a chronic cough after all allother allother allother
other remediev remed had failed says say C H Deno Denoof Denoof Denoot
of Colon Mich ch I cannot speak too highly highlyof hl hly hlyo
of o 1t If ttouble1 with a cold or la 1 grippe grippegive grippegive rlppe rlppeglve
give this remedy n trial tr al and you arc cer certain ceretaln certale ¬
tale to be more Than 1 n pleased with the re result result resuIt ¬
sult It Is for fafl by Henry Evans whole wholesale wholesale wholesale ¬
sale and all druggists druggistsWIUE tlriigglstsWHRE rngglstsWHsRE
WIUE DIRT GATHERS GATHERSWASTE GATHERSWASTE GATHERSWASTE
WASTE RULES USE
1
SPECIAL XOTICnE XOTICnEOFFICE SOTJCIOFFICE oTICEc oTICEcOFFICE
OFFICE OF THE MUTUAL FIXE IN INsursnee 1 1llllrasee INauranee
sursnee Company of the District of 1 C Ce
lurabla Washington Wa lltBEtcn January Jan lry 1 It 1The 1Theannual 1110Tbannual Th Thannual
annual meeting of the MUTUAL FIRB IN I ISURANCE ¬
SURANCE COMPANY COMP lY OF THK DISTRICT DISTRICTOF DISTRICTOF DISTRICTOF
OF COLUMBIA will be held on the THIRD THIRDMONDAY THIRDYONDAY THIRDMONDAY
MONDAY IN JANUARY 19 1 1000 0 THE 15TH 15THINSTANT 15THINSTAT 15ThINSTANT
INSTANT at the office of the t te company
M2 Ill Pennsylvania Avenue AT northwest com commencing comtIIeDCIDg coinIaoncing ¬
mencing at 9 oclock a m By the charter charterof erterot charterof
< of the company the election of seven se seagelll man manj manageru
j agers to conduct the affairs ef the company COIBpa I IIe
Is required to be held at the above meet ¬
ing leg
ingBy
By the sixth article of the bylaws of o the tbec tlttJIInT theCSspany
c CSspany mpaay it is provided At the annual
meeting of the company the first mminoas
in order shall b be the
appointment of a achairman aehairUHIB achairman
chairman who he shall conduct the meet ¬ I Ilag
lag and election la aeeonhmc with act of
Incorporation between the how bees of I Ioclock Ioclock
oclock a a m and 8 p tAt m mAmount inAsost
At Asost 01 01Auaoat presulium ceisa I
Amount of cask t oa hand handSrroHtiM bandSemudlko 1ILat
SrroHtiM SemudlkoReal SrroHtiMReal 2nniga
Real estate NteteOtfkr 8709000 8709000sum 5700000Hike
Hike IHIk fomitwr aad axtunr sum li1U80 ao aoi14906
Us u by are adjusted sad paid i14906 i14906distribution Ut106The 114000The
The alHHtl atalemeet t w l be read ready for
distribution I1l5t 1lM1UeR at t the ettee slIi of Uw cempMy I Iabcurt
about January 12 I By soot of the hoard hoardof 1aoen1or bsardof
of managers L L PIKRCK BOTBLBR Sec Secretary Beeeta Secrotary
rotary eta jal jal15t jalIStSPIOCLfIL t tSPKCIAL
SPKCIAL NOTICK NOTICRew Now ew Ye Year Yearholly r mlsfetoe mbt e
holly INti wreaths etc SOUTHERN KVEK KVEKGRKEX KVEKGltSN
GRKEX CO Open Monday Itt th and Pa PaAve PItA PaAve
Ave A va It ltA ItA itA
A M flEETING BETING OF THE STOCKHOLDERS STOCKHOLDERSthe
l the Capital pltlll TraetkMt cp far farthe
the election elftU M of directors will be held at atthe attlM atthe
the oMcc of the company COla Union Uza P Pamengcr PamengcrStation oeagcr oeagcrStattoa cr crStaU
Station StaU oo WBDKE3DAY DKESlJAY THIS ItTH OF
JANUARY 1G1 1G1n liOlTb a aThe
The Tb polls pol poll will bt b opened ope at 1C 1030 a aalul m mand neand
and closed at 1 p m G T DUNLOP DUXLOPPresident DUNLOPPwent DUNLOPPresident
President PresidentC
C M KOOKKS KOON KOONja1exSa Secretary SecretaryTHK Secretaryde3btojaleexSu
de3btojaleexSu de3btojaleexSuTHX ja1exSa ja1exSaTUX
TUX MUTUAL INVESTMENT FIRE IN INSURANCK I IURANCI INfiURANCS
SURANCK COMPANY of the District Districthold Dl Districtof trkt trktfit
fit Ceiht OeiMmMe 111 II Street northwest will
hold its it cannot a seating at Urn office oCk of ofth oftile ofthe
th tile company TUB815AY TUIIB A y JAXUARV 9 91MO i
1MO 1 from t a m to 6 p m a for too elec election election ¬ i
tion of seven reD trustees tru teea for the ensuing year yearand yearand ear i
and to transact l t other business All policy policyholders poIlc poIlcholders policyholders
holders are requested to be present and andvote aDdyote andvote
vote No proxy vote allowed aUowoAStatement allowedStatement mr mrSiatellMWt
Statement December fi ISM ISMKnmber 1110Number
Number lIer of policies pollet In force fereeI64 fereeI64Intttee l ln
Intttee > ts n force foreePremium oreefS2a f82 f82Premium
Premium I > remIM notes In I force capita capitolItesourees l S512S1 S512S1Resaorcec l l llt I
Resaorcec ResaorcecCask lt ItesoureesCask
Cask In treasury trfUD treasury1ill fUM 1 71 71Securities itSeear1t1e8 71SecurIties
Securities SecuritiesLiabilities 410 10
Seear1t1e8U21
3340071 3340071Lkddilties U21 il ilLbllUtIes
Liabilities LiabilitiesNo LbllUtIesN8 LkddiltiesNo
No debts Due to moitcyhoUers IIeI JaoMen H42 um 71 71BBRXARD 11DBRNRD 71IIRXtRD
BBRXARD LIOKARD PnoMos PnoMosR I IJtJ lresdstL
R JtJ L J MULL Secretary SecretarySPECIAL leemaryde Secretarydet
de det detSPECIAL t
SPECIAL NOTICE NOTICEA A meeting Uag of Ue Uestotkboloera UtestMIt tostockholders 1
stockholders stMIt der of Th The National Metropoll Metropolltan MetrepolltAD Metregmolltan
tan Firs Fir Insurance Company of th the District Districtof Distrlcof litrk litrkor
of CeiwntMa will be held DKCKMBRR > ZS ZSISM IsTiN 5 5U
ISM U for or the election of directors lruI n Polls Pollsopoa PollsOIMII Pollsopea
opoa at 5 12 I m and close at 1 oclock p m mSAM m mSAX mSAM
SAM CROSS Secretary S retar no23tt no23ttFull aot3tlH 040ItFull
H H I
t Full Dress Suits SuitsFor SuitsFor tl
J For Hire Hiref 11 L Lt t
t j i iI
f It 1 I iius 111 jeu CUl a Hapry II JII = Y Xcw Xc fC Year V3ra 1 1iIuj j
V a r < 2tue to > c em Ii i your ut attention att ntiOft to our e ouri V VV r
V i Full un Ih lSi5 SaitL Suit I itpra l Open Uoatb until K 1Z i ioboot V VThe
0 oboot obootThe x II IIt
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t The Siaudard Tailors TailorsCor j jCor
Cor HfK and F Sts 5f5u 5f5H sr 1 I IBDUCATIOVA1X
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