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THE EVENING EVE1 NG TIMES WASHINGTON W VAS ASIITNGTON Ii IffGTON MONDAY JANUARY JANl ARY 1 1 1900 5
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Lack b nck of Cars the Itnnsoii Alleged Allegedlor AllegctlfeU AlegetlfOP
fOP the 1Ill Shortage ShortageTlit
Tlit I lit llauiifnuttirorM Suffer From the tUvKmuliif tlie1lIlIallir theltitLlur
Kmuliif mill lllK nl Owner Ictrl the tlivAVdKlit theI theeIElt
AVdKlit eIElt or f the Iiicrcnnoil 1rlce 1rlceItiihliiess IrlceUluIIICS4 lFlCCllusliess
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PHH PHILI PHILAILPI1IA AniBLPHIA > IILPIIIA Jan L LThe The rec recent recental18NHII recentdance nt ntadvances
advances n dance in the prices of bHumlui > us coal coalcluriBK coall1urt8K coalurtag
cluriBK d urtag the past pe three Um e months together togetherwith toretller1th togetherwith
with 1th another advance aCh8R scheduled to go Into Intoeffect Intoffect
effect e ffect today hare put H1t an extremely Grave Braveaspect Graveu gravespect I
aspect u a t upon affairs la the coal market In Inscaif Incm I IltCnpo
scaif cm noetloM cf c the country there is I HttU HttUabort IItU1 Ilttlhoti
a abort bor of a soft coal famine famine and should the theproaent th thpro theroeent
proaent pro p ent situation continue many mill own owners owners ownra ¬
ers e ra will either have ba to suspend su pend operations operationsor
or o r retort to the use u of wood woodEspecially woodEspecially woodEspecially
og Especially is this true of f the New En England Inland ¬
I Igland
gland g land milling dlstrlet whore thousands tbou ndiJ of ofOn jtons
tons On are coastrnod dally It is I becoming becomingmore be4omln becomingmore I
more and more a jwwulem I lOblem for the shippers shippersto I Ito
to t o keep tile mill tutu owners supplied ipplled with coal UNII costnd
I and a nd although they are conscientiously try tryinn tryni
ah
inn h ni to fulBII their coHtracts oo tracts yet In many manyplaces manyplae manylaces
p places laces the supplies are on the danger 1 Inc IneOn IncOn nc ncOn I
On Friday it was announced that there therev therlvould thereou1d
v vould v ould be an additional advance in the price priceof II irlcef rice riceof
of o f bituminous coal to go into effect after afterihc tter j
the t he first of the year This will not only onlyaffect onlyffect
affect a ffect the local mill owners oW e11l but also and andprqLalJly andprq4sWy
probably More materially owners of tug tugboabs tugIMJelai tughosts
hosts anti small rnRII steamboat lines In Sep September September Sepember ¬
tember t soft coal was wa gelling IItJ1In at t 175 1j and andlst antIsit
lst sit 158 per ton During October Octo r the price pricewas pricewas pricewas
was advanced to 199 1 6 and in November Novemberstill Xovembfor11I Novemberatill
still 11I rurUter to 2 S Thin Thl last advance advancereport advanceOft advancerepectad
report repectad on Friday will put the price at atSM atwhich att5
SM t5 which means a considerable co sIeralHe stttn to toveaeel toe toveseel
veaeel e owners ownersThe owserThe owsersThe
The reason for these unprecedented HRlNeeede ted ad adiMKef atl1tMef advce
iMKef HOB with the railroad rowpaalea rowpaaleaThey romINalnoThey compsu1eThey
They cannot furnlsti the Hwmber Rm r of o empty emptycoal talptylORl emptycoal
coal cars necessary secsry ry for the transportation transportationof lnaRIIfIO IUon IUonor
of the cmil co hence ieree the Marcity e rclty Dituml Ditumlous IMttimlsous
ous coal oal is tl the e poorest paying freight freightknown freiptkDown fregktknown
I known concaqueittly ronsq Uy when hen tile railroad railroadcompauieti rallruaellOlDpauieti railroadtompniest
compauieti can load their cars with withI a amore amore
more JnOI profitable commodity efNIIRMMItt coal is I not con conslder 008slder eoaaldered
I slder aldered d A member of a firm of prominent promlnefttoal prominentcoal
coal oal dealers stated yesterday that bltumln bltumlaOil
oas Oil coal would be scarcer for or the incoming incomingyettr locominKTr iscmingyear
year than it had ever been beenTke beenTite beesTke
Tke fault is I entirely tirel witk itk tk the railroad railroadroatimntes rallrMdromlMinlea railroadcomiMnkL
roatimntes h be said They do not fur furnish furnlllk furiisi ¬
nish anything nythki < like an adequate number of ofrani oCHra o oears
ears Hra to haul the coal to the con MfMMUIH ronsnnera ronsnneraVitlIa u ers ersWitkiH
I WitkiH 101111 the p put st three tb months they have bavcoMly ue ueI
oMly fumlshed ed IS per cent of the Number Numberof numberof IIIMr IIIMr6f
of ears that should have be been u in it use U As Asa Alla Asa
I a result of tills the vessels v l lying 11 at t Ute tkedifferent Utedl thedWerent
different dl ertn ports cannot be loaded in time timeand timeI timeand
I and lId an enormous loss is caused ed by the tlteIa de delay dolay ¬
lay Ia Within a short tine vessel rater ratwhave rattIPhave raterhave
have jumped from 73 cents to 2 per ton tonThe tr trThe tonThe
The railroads da are not likely Jtkel to do any anything uythinl aytoward ¬
thing toward looeeolna Matters either eitherfor tlthrrr eitherfor
for it I Ita te their lht lr > advantage to have the thei th thPICSW i
i prices of bituminous coal coalhigh oal high After the theHrst thellrat 1 1liret
Hrst of o tk 1M year they tlte propose to advance advancethe adBtteet 1 1the
the t freight nUn ret M 3 cents per ten and ittl by byApril bjApril I
April 1 1M 1 there will be an additional additionalrise additionalrI I Irise
rise rI of 2 t cents While seft coal is scarce scarceall 8Car arct e eaU r rall
all around OU there ie lea Ieee of It in I New N w Eng Io Rg ¬
land than anywhere and a two weeks weeksj weeksfreseeup
I j fr freseeup eup would put all the mills to burn burnIDIC heramit
IDIC wood
Owners oC tugboats will especially e suffer sufferby au sufferb < v vby
by b the increase One promlneat owner ReI IB IBtk IBtJw inthe
tk the city ell stated that it practically means meansthe JR JRthe masthe
the putiteK of nearly MellrI suehalf Ute tucss te la laOry ladry Iadry
dry dock tfockaThis dockTltls docksThia
This year Mr has been the worst in Ute i5 i5tory iJtory Js Jsbery >
tory of o the tugboat business bust U he saW saWWe lei leiuWe k1We
uWe We were just Ju t about making expenses be before before hefoes ¬
fore but now to carry on business bualD isielne weald wooldmean wealdmeeau wouldmesa
mean loa The coal we have nave been getting gettinglately letttulClatfly gettinglately
lately is of MM inferior quality and v w cc will willbe willeompelMti willbe
be compelled lo o burn pea coal until thinge thingelook
look brighter brighterThe brJ brighterThe tft tftTbe
The large Irll steamboat M companies COftt will not notbe ROtbe nutbe
be affected by I it fcowevw as their con contracts eoMtlKta contracts ¬
tracts are always mao made a year Nr la advance advanceIt ad adIt
It was w we stated < ted yesterday llY on good authority authoritythat auuorttythat authoritythat
that several prominent coal Co I nrms IIrm had cur cornered Wfer9ll cursorest ¬
sorest er9ll the pockets throughout the country countryand eouatryM countryand
and M in this Uti way controlled the coal I market marketThese MMuketTkltCMt malketThe
These The awn will reap p a rick harvest when whentke w wUte whoathe
Ute contracts for the ensuing year are to tobe tolie tohe
be drawn Ira WD up upAID upAID po poAID
AID FOR OR THE SOLDIERS SOLDIERS1IniiM SOLDIERSIhlll SOLDIERSllz
1IniiM llz fur or the Army rm nml nn Nny nvy Cliuii Cliuiiterv llulltcr Izt Izt4cr
terv tcr n I A It ItMrs HIn ItMrs
Mrs Mary arr E Ckamberlla of 296 6 Q 0Street QStreet QStreet
Street worth nurtlnHst west announced today that the tkeArmy tlteArm theArmy
Army Arm and nd Navy X Chapter D A It has de decided decltMd tieelded ¬
cided to open a womans wOltMln exchange and andcafe aDdcart andcafe
cafe > at 7 Seventeenth Street northwest northwestto nerth nerthto
to raise funds to aid disabled soldiers and andBailors andsailors IMI IMINlilons
sailors of the Spanish war and the women womenand wom womand womenand
and children dependent upon them UI m for forsupport forsupport forsUpport
support Mrs CkamberliB in explaining explainingthe explainingthe xplalniDgthe
the details detail of the ptea plans said aaidMany saidlan saidMany
Many lan families are left near the army armyposts arm armposts armyposts
posts bereft of support and are now no beg beuglas betItglD begglUE
glUE glD for or employment Many MaD of the sol soldiers 801dietS aoldIers ¬
diers who went to flftkt ght for their Uu ir country countryare oouatrrare countryare
are now returning discharged di8Cbar eliachared ed for dma disability dlsablJIty dmability ¬
bility and are only able to perform the thelightest tlHtIIKbtjlt thelightest
lightest labor The chapter alms alYl to pro provide proIdo provido ¬
vide Ido for Just such audi cases CIt as these and to tobuild tobuild tobuild
build up an n enterprise that will give em employment emrtIoyme employment ¬
ployment rtIoyme t to those who can work workThe workTh workThe
Th The cafe will l he > e dainty attractive and andof andor andof
of practical benefit and thE exchange will willbe 1111be willbe
be like those which are so successfully successfullymaintained llUeCelMfullymaintlthwd suecesefullymaintained
maintained in all other large al1e cities citiesENVELOPED clUesENVELOPED citiceENVELOPED
ENVELOPED IN FLAMES FLAMESTin FLA1tIESTill PLAMESTue
Tin Terrilile r lerri rihl Itle Month Ient it of ofPliIliKlolphU n Votnzin unlta In InJlhlJudIIhln InIItIlnIelthtn
PliIliKlolphU PliIliKlolphUPHILADELPHIA JlhlJudIIhlnPHILADELPHIA IItIlnIelthtnPIIILADELIIIIA
PHILADELPHIA Jan 1 1Mrz Mrs Irs Annie AnnieDewdell AnnieDowdell AnnieDowdelt
Dewdell twentythree yearn old was bum bumcd bUntcd burned
cd to death yesterday ya morning ontln at her home homel home1fiII homeies
l 1fiII M Dow lJo Street Mrs Dowdoll and her herhusband herhtelltlnd herhusband
husband James have boon fttl married only onlya onl onlR
a short time sad ad lived in a neat little littlehouse ftUeII0uIIC littlehouse
house at the Dover Street address They Theywere The TheI Theywere
were not wealthy we ltk and In order to make the theburden theburdflt theburden
I burden of living lighter they tbe took a board boarder boarder boarder
er a young man They lived happily to together toI together ¬
I gether for some time antI prospered Now Nowall Nowall Nowall
all is i woe in the once happy happ little home homeJames homeJames homeJames
James Dowdell baa been sick Iel for ro some sonictime sometime sometIme
time and confined to his bed and Mrs MrsDowdell MrsDowdell Ira IraDow
Dow Dowdell ell has lia been obliged to arise arise ri8e early earlyevery Ctlrbevery earlyevery
every morning liz the Ore and get breaks breaksfast break breakfat breakfact
fast for their th r boarder It wan while she shewas 8htwas shewag
was engaged in this thl task yesterday ye trday that thatshe thatshe
she met with the injuries which caused her herdeath herdeath herdeath
death Slipping Sllppin on a wrapper Mrs Dow Dowdell Dowelell Dowilell
dell went to the kltcher to prepare break breakrast breakfast ¬
fast fastIn rastIn fastIn
In some way 11 yet to be explained the fire
In the range leaped le ped out and ignited her herwrapper herw herwrapper
wrapper w pper The sight of tOe names ames terrified terrlftedt terrifiedthe
UK t woman wa 8a and she ie e runhed about crying
for help The boarder bo rder heard her cries criesand crlcsand criesand
and rushed ru hed quickly tLIIckl downstairs to her as assistance 8SalataRce asalManac ¬
alManac He found her enveloped in flames
from head to foot root and nd she was running runningaround runningaround mnlng mnlngarouod
around wildly After an effort he caught caughtthe caughttbe caughtthe
the unfortunate woman and ntl wrapped rapped her herup herup herup
up in a piece of rag carpet which ho tore torehastily torehhtlly torehastily
hastily from the floor floorIn floorIn floorIn
In a few minutes the flames were extin extinguished extlnxulbed extingutebed ¬
guished but Mrs Mr
Dowdell had become un unconaciou lDcon tinConscious
Conscious con clOUll She was 118 hurried to th German
Hospital where everything that could be
done was W8 done for her but she died in a
few hours She was burnt all over her
body bod
CimMiilcrliiK 3IcVccly Jlc cel n Case
The Comwlsdoiters M are oMftteHM coe4ikthic the case of ofpoJift atpolice f fpolice
police ergnot II Sttnuel McVeely eN Ir whe wit WM eawrg eawrgMtw4th drged
Mtw4th M wtt with accepta a bribe llr from William WflJ Ilt Lee JM the theproprietor theptOpTleeI theiweptieter
proprietor of a w wt41kIl8WR 4tkiwwa dive liy The case c w wignored was Vaalpored wasignored
ignored by the t giMd jury S I1 when it WM wa breflgbt
to their attention by the police iu4gc > but b t it te tenot Ispest
not t thought Out IW thIs act aet action on will 111 iuirnce tb tile
Con ContmLdoner nfe ionrf ln rs in th their ir decision decisionTT
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FEEDING THE HOMELESS HOMELESSThe
The rial New r Year YeurWork tlr AVorlt ork of the Central CentralUnion Centr1l1ul Centralijition
Union ul a Mission MlMxIiinOver MissionOver UlooOer
Over a thousand tbon nntl persons of both sexeand sexes sexesand xell I Iand
and without discrimination as a to color colorwore olor olorwore j jwere
wore treated to a sumptuous New Year Yeardinner Yeardinner
dinner today at the Central Union Mission MissionThe MissionThe nIODThe I
The occasion was also made a reception receptionto
to the great number of homeless a men nod audwomen I
women of tIle city who were entertained entertainedby
I
by b Mrs 111I II B P Macfarlaml lacfarla I Chairman Chairmanof CbalrDlllil CbalrDlllilor
of the Womans omans Band of Workers orker of Mis Mission 1lIaslon Ml Mlsian ¬
sion and her assistants The feast for or the thewanderers tBawan thewanderers
wanderers wan erers was set in the new chapel on onthe onthe onthe
the Louisiana front of the Mission building buildingand bulldilgand bulldiegand
and everyone was given plenty and an ex expression expruslon cxpression ¬
pression of hope for their better welfare welfareduring welfaredurhlK welfareduring
during the year to come comeWhile comeWblle comeVhiie
While this most interesting part of the thegreetings lbegreotings
greetings of the members of the board of ofdirectors oCI
directors of the Mission 1lIs lon was taking place placein placeIn
I in the dining hall evangelistic servlcoa servlcoawere 1lerlce1I
were being conducted in the auditorium of ofthe ortbe ofthe
I the Mission There services were held heldeach behlwch heldeach
each hour during the day from noon until until31O
930 9 p m with a change of leaders each eachhour oochhour
hour hourAmong hourAmong
Among the visitors at the iulu aullMlkm < k > n dur during durIng durlog ¬
ing the day were Mrs L 140 1 A Douglass th thwidow the thlwtdow thewidow
widow of the founder of the Institution Institutionand Imltltutlonand Institutionand
and Mrs J II Hiteheoek the wife of the thechairman
chairman of the first board of directors dlreclo dlrecloThese I
I These ladies assisted the members of the theboard theboard
board of directors and their wives in the thereception thereceptloo thereception
reception holld in the hoard room on the thesecond thesecond thesecond I
second floor of the Mission Ifton Building lluildln The Themembers Tb Tbmombers
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mombers of the board of director and the theladies theladles
ladies who assisted arc Mr and Mrs O OII
II Drown Mr and Mrs 111 A L I L Swartwout SwartwoutMr SwartwoutI
I Mr and Mrs J C Pratt Mr and Mrs MrsGeorge MrsGeorge
I George W V Wheeler Mr and Mra Mn trs Churlos ChurlosJ I
J Ladnon Mr and Mrs IIH Silas lloyce Mr Mrand I I
I and Mrs W C Tyler Mr Ir and Mrs N A ABobbins ARobbina
i Bobbins Mr and Mrs T A Harding awl awlMr aod31r andMr I
Mr Allen Wood and Miss U a Jennie Wood WoodThMO WoodThose j
Those who assisted Mrs Msefarand In Inserving Inlenleg
serving the dinner were Meedames liar liarmood i imond
mond Graves Sexton Harris Clayton ClaytonRollins CItotlRollin ClaytonRollins
Rollins Carrigau Craft Mooresand Mltwee MltweeBodwell MisaesUndweli
Bodwell Carrigan Craft and others othersThe othlHlIThe othersThe I
The bIll of fare was suck as a te 1 fcund f ttlid at atall atall atsit
all wellconducted reeUura restaurants l aDd com coselet Ut Uted I I Ioti
ed of plenty awl a variety of meats eWK eYcXstables j I Ietabl9ll
stables bread soup coffee lea and HI dell delleados dendOlI delieunice
eunice dOlI I IA
euniceA dOlIA
A FIRE IN A HAY LOFT LOFTThe LOFTlIIl LOPTliit
The lIIl liltixc Uhar Hue tnet to nil KITori fnre tn it < < > Tluitv lhI lhIIrnzn lhn lhnFroztn I IKrcizeii
Krcizeii TiiirN TiiirNA Ih IhA
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A slight slkt lire re occurred shortly ltertl after noon noontoday MOOftt noontoda
today t toda at the flour and IWI feed store of W I I I
S liege Bra till M C Street northwest rt northwestThe Wt8t Wt8tTile
The employed lIIR Io1f of tk the heuso oune were Wel thawing tMwla tMwlaout thawingout
out h froaea water pipe and Dd the ue101II Satnes amss amsstrout
trout 101II the brazier caught s we the woodwork woodworkaad wee < work i iaDel i
Lad were communicated to the third ftoor 001 001where j jstored I IwlJe
wlJe where a large quantity aUty oC baled H bay was wassIwed I j
stored sttMedAft sIwedAn i iAa
Aa alarm larm was turned la I from f Box 122 by DIeMrJ byCharles j jCharles
Charles eMrJ Dtmevt The ttick respoai IeSIHMU of the there there I
lire re department dep rtlMRt prevented the blase from fro j
I
I doing serious damage I IThere IThere IThere
There was ao damage < e to tin the buIlding buiMingNad 1MdhllltCORI buIldingand
and only ORI a small 11 quantity tlt of the t stock was wasHjured wasJured wasnJured
Hjured HjuredIt nJuredIt Jured 1
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It was thought kt that SM N will 111 eover et the theentire theentire 1
entire eatlreoa lose The building Udg anti st stack ek are ar la lasMiroi issar
sMiroi sar 1 d The icy Je paveaytts aisals mad the work workof workof ork orkot
of Ute firemen ftr n doubly dangerous dangerousOne ta itangeroesOne OUII t
One of tk the ho Is a carri carr carriages gwi was almost almostupset Matostupset I
upset in turning the corner of Teatk Street Streetat i iat
at Pennsylvania Avenue ven The street was wasan j jso j r
so Slippery that the wagon a08 spun 1itMI around aroundlike aroundlike >
like a top whew hen the turn was made No Nodamage Nodamage o i
damage was done ho ever everTWO teTWO eerTVO
I
TWO YEARS IN A TRANCE I
A llfimirKnlilr it ci rho I Catc lR in I ii Cnlifuriilit CnlifuriilitKiiiiilly lnllCnrnlnllnnll Cu I I font In InIIitnll
Kiiiiilly llnnll Yielding l Viclil llrIK iiic tn < < Trent Irutnllut IrutnllutSAX lrest men t tSAX ISAN
SAX FRANCISCO Cal 1 Jan 1 1IIe Life to toslowly IIIalowlT isowIy
slowly owIy retarniag lo Miss Jill HIlda lida 1IIIHIIUtls Wilbur sf sfthis ofthis
this city who 110 nearly two toIl rears as drop dropped dra drapati ¬
ped asleep Met aad remained until very re recently JeteatJy encostly ¬
costly unconscious Many doctors i iscientists anti antiscientists 1 18CleontilltJl
scientists have tried t is arouse her hut hutBOW hutnow
BOW 8 she seems ia a fair l ir way wa M recover recoverfrom ftI IKeflfOBl reoncorfrom
from her trance A few days ago she sheand lient sIteshowed
showed nt aM knew Mr 8t1r1OD1HtiDp 8t1r1OD1HtiDpalid surruosdiagsand
and she has regained l consciousness eM to a aconsiderable aI acostsklenthte
considerable degree decr although tllouP net yet aWe aMeto aWeto ableto
I
to talk talkMiss talkMIas
Miss 1 Wilbur Uamr wa > found e Me e messIng 111I m mfully lit littlte Inthe
the latter part rt c F 18M 1 lyIng IyblstlI lyIngfully
fully tlI dressed on thi tJt lounge ia Wr room roaatas 1HInealmly roomas
as though calmly sleeping The window windowwas winslowwas How Howwas
was open ad so was 8 the transom oven ove oveIter
her room The gas n e had aptliaftatly pavrntly be been a
blown oat to for the stop was half mi ftMtboa as asthough asthough
though tboa the light JI t had been bee lowered toweredHer loweredHer loweredtier
Her posit positIon km WM w easy and unconstrained uaeonotratoedand unconstrainedanti raIDftl
and had it not been for the fut that her
bed was unoccupied and that he artmeat apart apartment part partmDt ¬
meat was permeated JllnK > atljt with the tllell smell a il 1 of ofgas ofgas I
gas no alarm would have ltav Men irit sad d she sheA altowould e ewould
would have been left t to P PA us usA
A physician w wwithout worked tl over her for beers ItounJIthout beerswithout
without Ithout the > slightest sli b8t result rN U sad at last JutCOIIultaUoft a aconsultation aconsuitation
consultation was devMed upon Bvery Bveryremedy KYtt KYttrentICI itecryremedy
remedy rentICI known to t have fto availed 1Ie la I sImilarcases similar similarcases 11 11ease
cases was tri tliell < l but in vain Yam In the days daysthat tia tiathat daysthat
that fallowed to 110 wed prominent phjrsieiaae pbple exam j
la Intel d this thl unusual case and gave their best bestefforts bestetroru boatefforts
efforts for her relief list there t was sot sotthe BOttile notthe
the slightest improvement uNstaring Bttsferiagelectricity DHRertgeleetrieit uNstaringelectricity
electricity eleetrieit white wltt heat lee baa bltlHl8ps ages en the thespine tileIIPlnEiverH1tiRK thespineeverything
spine IIPlnEiverH1tiRK everything known te science was wastried wastlied wastried
tried la turn and still the patient t t lay layasleep layaleeii
asleep asleepThe uleetThe aleeiiThe
The strongest atro seat shock of electricity had no nomore DOmore nomore
more effect than the gentlest touch of th thhand the thebaud thehand < >
hand Her eyes stared Into vacancy on tllIseeing anseeing j
seeing unknowing It would have ltaveIm beeit beeitImpossible bee beeimpossible
Impossible Im ble to determine lkMerml 8 when heR ah fae slept sleptbut sleptbut
but for the fact that her eyes lefj remained reRlalncdwide remainedwide i iwide
wide open during the day tilt and far Into the thenight HIeBight thenIght
night nightIf BightIr nIghtIt
If the lids were forced down they t in instantly lastantly Inatantly ¬
stantly flew open upon removal of the thepressure there thepressure
pressure re eure Only during a short Interval In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the night did this thi persistent staring stari g at atnothing ntnotblnr atnothing
nothing into nothing cease > The eye eyelashes eyelallheK eyelashes ¬
lashes then rested on the cheeks until untilsuddenly nolllsutJdeoly untiluthIeiu1y
suddenly without movement of the body bodyor bodyor jT jTor
or any of the customary signs Ign of awaken awakening s8lrenIng awakenlog ¬
ing they were raised once agaii awl the theeyes theeyes theeyes
eyes resumed their absent gaze gazeHer galleHer gazeHer
Her limbs remained In any position in inwhich Inwhich inwhich
which they wore placed Once or iwiee iwieeshe 1 iwiecshe wieesbe
she moved her leg le legs just ju t a little and once onceshe ooeshe one oneshe
she opened and closed her mouth as though thoughthirsty hou boughthIrsty h hthirsty
thirsty Water was given tven her This was wasall wasaU wasall
all considered hopeful but there t ere was all ao aocontinuance DOcontinuauee nocontinuance
continuance of these hopeful signs aigDsShe sigosShe j jShe
She was incapable of motion as she l1e was wasof wuof wasof
of action even UK tit mechanical perform performance performance perform11CC ¬
ance 11CC of chewing chewln and swallowing food Yet Yetwhen Yetwhen et etwhen
when a spoonful of ice cream was put in
her mouth she swallowed it as though the thecold thecold I Icold
cold wore grateful A professional nurse nurstiwtehetl nursewatched 1 1watched
watched her by b day aud another waited waitedanxiously waitedanxlouly waitedanxiously
anxiously for favorable sign or symptom
by night But still the patient lay Ja supine supineand supineand supineand
and as time passed ed the question as to whet
force or power was w to awaken this sleep ¬
ing girl became more and more serious seriousHypnotism aerioulHypnotism aerisushypnotIsm
Hypnotism product prodnc I no effect It ItouIsj ItouIsjnot could couldnot couldnot
not make her sleep any deeper it could couldnot couldnot couldnot
not Induce the tireless lids to droop it itcould ItcoultI Itcould
could not awaken it wag powerless powerlessChristian lwerl8118Christian powerlessChristian
Christian Scionco Scl nco gave all the force of its
intangible aid but it could not work upon uponthis uponthis uponthIs
this traaeelike stupor The weeks and andmonths andmonths andmonths
months slipped by and she grew 110 a little littlethinner littlethinner littlethinner
thinner but otherwise there was no nochange DOohange
change Osteopathy failed to work in her hercase hercase j
case caseSix caseSl caseSir
Six Sl months ago a new pbyslciau began begantreating begantreating beguntreatIng
treating her and has kept steadily stood II at it itFor itFor it itFor
For weeks however ho was no more sue successful 1UOce suecesaful ¬
cessful ce ful than many maD others who hail tried triedtheir triedtheir trIedtheir
their utmost to restore Miss I18S Wilbur lIbur to toconsciousness toco08clousnes toconeciounacus
consciousness But quite recently she cave cavesigns C gavesigns le
signs which caused the faithful watchers watcherslo
lo 0 become hopeful She showed that she sheknew 8hekne sheknew
knew kne her surroundings and took the light lightsustenance Jfgbtsustennce lightsustenance
sustenance offered Miss Wilbur has been beengradually beengradually benagradually
gradually improving improvingTho ImprovingTho improvingThe
Tho young oung womnns finance James Dum Durarhy Dumfhy Dumthy
thy Is one of those who is anxiously anxiouslywatching
watching the change is l her condition
1111 InuliiuatIut InuliiuatIutFrom un thaJ thaJIrom
From the Pnikufelptiia IHM IHMI 1 1I
I I dropped into tell yen Mitt the smart little littlenun littleman
nun that = I dont propose to p f for the piper piperyouve uperyouve
Mte Lr Lrfi
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youve bees Madia Leading me for the last five fi fiu years =
Y Thu u u can fce keep p OR n MIKItR emMng bills long after Im AI ffofd ffofdami tkldanti deidand
anti got gorse If you OY think it t worth while whlkn
No n eaid the editor quietly qui tly we rant afford
to print your our bills ill on aslcslos
SIMITBEBOE SIMITBEBOEj SULZER ON ftllll THE BOER WAR WARa WARThe YAllThe
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Wants American lm A ii ricall riea Intervention Interventionr I ii teiveu Ii oil oilu
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NEW YORK Jan 1 Representative 1Repr9Mlltat1v 1Repr9Mlltat1vWllllalU 1RepresentativeIiliam RepresentativeWilliam
William Iiliam Sulzer of New York was wa one of ofthe ofthe ofhe
the t he speakers at the demonstration of Boer Boersympathizers Doersymplltblzurs Beerympathizers
sympathizers s at the Academy Aeadem of Music last lastnight Ill IllnIgbt lastight
night n ight He made an address that was wa well wellreceived wellrecelTed welleceived
received r Mr Solace said among other otherthings otlterthings otherthings
things thingsI
1 am glad to be here tonight to lght because I Itake Ilak Iake
lak t take a deep interest t in the life and death deathstruggle tlt8thtruggle deathtruggle
truggle s for liberty now going pi c on in South SouthAfrica SouthtrICl SouthAfrica
Africa In a fight between liberty and andmonarchy andmonarchy andmonarchy
monarchy I want to see liberty win wiuI
I am not ashamtJ ashamt J to have ba It known knownthat knownthat knownhat
that t hat my sympathy is I with the heroic Boers Boersin Do DoIn Bosrin
in I n their resolute endeavor aud determined determinedeffort determlaetiefort determInedeffort
effort to maintain their homes and their in independence 10alependeuee independence
dependence against gaoat the piracy and the tyr tyranny tyranny tyrarmy ¬
anny of the British Crown I want to see seethem Ileathem seetheta
them win in inthla this contest C t becaust beca they are areright arerlfht arerIght
right and deserve to win winTheir wloTbelr winTheir
Their cause cau e te a just cause Xo o one onecan onecan onean
can c an honestly honestl dispute that They The are de defending detenlIog tiecoiling ¬
fending their homes and repelling a arc arcmor re remorselose reniorselceg
morselose mor l0 8 Invader Englands En t nds attempt to tosteal toten tosteal
ten > steal I their country Is an itutrage n act actof actof actof
of criminal rrlml al aggression agrtll ton and should be con condemned eotIdemned eondemned ¬
demned by b the Christian powers of the theworld theworld theworld
world In my m judgment ninetenth ot otthe o ot orie
the t ie e American people are against ag l at England Englandin
in this matter and in sympathy with itk the theSouth theSouth
South African patriots patriotsIn patriotsIn
In Ins I17 the patriot fathers of this re republic reo reorMlblk reitublic ¬ I
public fought England to gain our hide independence iudeJondence hidepuadeere ¬
pendence The South African patriots to today tody today ¬
day are re AghtlHg lttlg the same country to main mitlatatn IIIk1ntln mainlain
lain their independence That is the only onlydifference eml emldllle onlydufforeore
difference differenceIn dllle dlllehJn
hJn In South Africa there tk are two free and aadIndependent andIndtpeoodeDt andindependent
Independent countries couatrkMiooe one called the theSouth theSouth theSoutk
South African Republic the other called calledthe Cslledtile railedthe
the Orange Free State They are re duly dulyorganized j jorganised iMpDIIU4I
organized governments republican in form formpatterned j
patterned to a great extent after t r our own ownand I I
aDd recognised atHili as free and d independent independentthroughout 4eet I IthlOUllbout
throughout the world As a matter of law I lawand j
and as a a matter of fact art Kngtand has no nomore JtOlItOre nomore
more right to meddle with them or to in hatatters I Iterfere I
tatters terle in J their internal affair than Uta she shehas J I Ito
has to meddle with Mexico or 0 to interfere interferein
I
ia the t internal affairs 1 of th United UnitedStates PDltedStatea lnitodStates
States There states are now and have hvebees I IbHiI
been sInce iDee 18S4 8E free and Dd Independent lade JeIt etates etateaTbt I I
The South African patriots > are white whitemen W whitemen lte lteIII
men III D They are a good deal l < te e the patriots patriotsof
of our own Revolution They rile love their theirhomes tbEirboItIft theIrhomes
homes their freedom sod their liberty
They come froM good old o d Saxon ancestors IHSCorafrOift ancestorsfrom
from the north ofTBurope c SuroPl They are areor flesh esh eshof j jof
of our flesh II and ReI bone of our boae They Theylowe I Ihxre IhMe
lowe free institutions the same me as we do dofor j I Ifor
for the sake of personal liberty It comes comesto j jto ito
to them t aatumHy and by inheritance ID erltanle Their TberoveoflIy J Jbut
JOYe oveoflIy ol lIHrtyls isuotofadayoroayer isuotofadayoroayerbut lOt oC a da or of a eliI eliIbut II
but of centuries centuriesconquered ceur They y have we never been beenconquered I
conquered and INI in a my opinion opt loR no matter matterwhat IIUItterwhat matterwhat
what others may think they never will willhe willbe wiltbe
be belr
Mr lr Sulser graphically 1e1I referred to the thehistory taalaatory thehistory
history of th tIN Doers likening it to the tileetirly theearly
early struggles t ld of the American RepublicHe Repabliclit Republic Jtepubiielie
He dwelt upon the U hardships endured by bytho bythe
the Ut early etrI settlers of each la I their strug struggles ortruJlct struggiss ¬ I
gles ct In fextnrt roa a nation for the benefit dt ot 1
PO terity erily and aJaClwitlJ an with much force < declared declaredThese declaredThese ared
These I true are Te Ipers Boer are fighting l htID for le lepublicanisn lepublteaalalR icpubltcaulst
I publicanisn against monarchy moaareh for dens democracy de deOCfHy densoresey ¬
ocracy against api platocracy prtocr y for home rule ruleagainst j
against the hayaast for the sovereignty of ofthe orUte ofthe
11Plut the Individual Ihid against tfc the i eazurttly nettty Drltt ot 1r the theCrown th thCroa theCrown
Crown for the hallo t against the throne thronefor Utrcnelor thronefor
for the love of home me against the > love of ofgold orJrokI ofsold
gold for Saxon freedom gainst piD British Britishtyranny Untie Untietnay Ilcitisktyranny
tyranny for the t Integrity late lty 01 o tselr omlrr omlrragainst czntryagainst lntJy lntJypt
against pt a ruthless invader for the school schoolhouse schoolItouae schoolhouse
house and the church against t the army arID arIDMlTIIeb
brrack and Dd the military 11I11I fort for reli religious rellIdoata relttss ¬
gious tss freedom against foreign fore lea domination dominationfor dominationfor t
for the t fireside of civilization against the i
rizing t tZla torch of ttevsfctatioa cko1t ttoa for free f In Inct 10titutloa initttutloae
ct titutloa it ut ioo against Imperialism and Dd above aboveail aboYeall abovesit
ail and beyond aH they I are a IgtUina 1ItU a bat battle hattie battie ¬
tie for the rights of awn awnThe manThe N NThe
The speaker told of the organisation of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Orange On Kree State and nd h South Afri African AfricaD AMesa ¬
can Republic R pubUc aid the recognition fftUCItlt oa given J iy by byGreat bGlftlt byGreat
Great Britain in i 1SS4 and asserted that thatever thste6 thatever
ever since then these two brave little litt Re Republics Repuldicseisters ¬ I i
publics pabU puldicseisters titters era of our own ownfree ownhave Dlaav Dlaavtree been as asfree
free awl as independent i tDt as our own ow great greatRepublic greatRetuWic
Republic There Is no doubt about Waut this thisMr tltl tltlfr thisir I
Mr ir Seizer quoted front paper pM prepared preparedby PfiIIrMby I Iby
by I lord ord Derby when Secretary Secr tat of Stat Statfor Stactor Stntfor i
for the Colonies 0100180 to prove bis acsertton RCWrt He Healso 11 11at IIsize I
also at quoted a speech delivered by It Mr MrChamberlain lrCIiAIDberiaiR MrCbainberhdn
Chamberlain ia IK ISM in which the latter lattersaid JatterMid lattersaid
said saidorder
MidTo
To go t is war with I reaidftat > Knaaer III IIIonkr Inorder
order to force upon him reforms Cortw > ia the In Internal lat8D1 internl ¬
ternal affairs of his State in which ble Secre Secretaries Secretar Secretaritus ¬
taries tar of States standin Il standIng IM ftI in this place placehave placehaw placehave
have haw repudiated all U right of interference interferencethat 1loere 1loerethat Interferencethat
that would b be a eourse of action a as im immoral ilMMOral in inmoral ¬
moral as it w 1ItMIkI W hav Ita have bee been unwise unwiseFarther tlDVoi8eFurtlMr unwiseVnrther
Farther oa Mr Sulser In referring relerria to tothe toU tothe
the U attitude ef the United Ual States ia the theBoer tlie6er theDoer
Boer war said saidThere sakiThere saidThere
There te no doubt a secret tee ret understand understanding 1HMIer imderstandlag ta1Ml ta1Mllag ¬
lag exists xiats I today to between Nt the While House Houseand IICMMIeaDd
and Dawning Street It ought not to but butIt butIt butIt
It floes floesI
I urn opposed to an AR Anglo < leA American rleaR al alliHnee alliusnee 1 1IIMMe
liHnee expressed ed or implied especially especiallywhen C flaUywhen especiallywhen
when its object is i the advancement advace tent ef im imperialism hRIildllnn inperbdisns ¬
perialism Iildllnn the march of armies the down downfall do doIU downfall ¬
fall of republics rep U a the destruction of free freeinstitutions freeIR freeInstItutions
institutions IR Ututlen the enslavement laVetDt ltt ef man aDd aadthe aDdthe andthe
the perpetuity ef the power of Kings KingsIn klassIn kingsIa
In the lint place the President should shouldhave hHldhave shouldhave
have offered the friendly lrleodl offices om of thla thlacountry tb tbcooatry thiacountry
country to prevent this Ut cruel war He Heshould liesltould Heshould
should have responded to the great and andmighty aBdmighty andmighty
mighty petition for peace presented to him himat himat himat
at the beginning lie should have acted actedon actedon
on Ute findings IIDdln the conclusions condusi ns and the tkeJudgment lileJudmCRt theiudment
Judgment of The Hague 1eace Conference ConferenceHo
lIe could have done d e so cjasirteatly cjasirteatlyBut cJ9 crnetstentlyBut tentiy tentiyDut
But the friends of free institutions institutionsshould IWltitlitionitshould institutionsshould
should not lose oee hope hopewe we should not des despair despair tiespaIr ¬
pair even though the White lllte House seeuJS seeuJSto HeIBtto seensto
to be enveloped in l the atmosphere ef as asEnglish auEUIlIsh nuEnglish
English fog It it I not too late for this thisRepublic thlaRcpublic thisRepublic
Republic to assert a itself i in behalf of re republican Iefmbllcan reuobiiccta ¬
publican institutions insUtvtio > lI It is not too late latefor latetor latefor
for us to demand an a honorable peace In the theinterest t11eloterellt theInterest
interest of Humanity humaDIt Christianity and MilctviJiMtiOD andiviliutatien
ctviJiMtiOD
If the President P l tnt will not act Congress Caagreaecau Congresscanand
anaad cau and Congress Conlreasbould should I save offered offeredin oIJereflIn offeredin
in the House of Representatives Jtepreaen alins a Joint Jointresolution oint ointresolution
resolution protesting prpte ttng > against a aint the war wargranting warS warSgranting 81 81KrantlDK I
granting the ioers Joe ioer belligerent rights and andInstructing aDdlustnlctln andInstructing
Instructing lustnlctln the President to bring about abouta
a cessation ces of ofhoediitles IiO hostilities tllltio and au honorable honorablepeace honorablepeace I Ipeaee
peace This ought qught to be done and done at atonce atonce atonce
once I promise prom promise ee ypu pu I will do all in my mypower m mpower mypower
power to pass that resolution re and pass i iwill iwill Iwill
will in my opinion opinionI opflllolhluJOtoue opiIonIvlnrrMttutue
I tvtiiftoiie < Hello n Jlc to o He II Shown ShownProm SlauUFroaaa SitosvnFront
Prom tbs tM London Mail MailThe bilT1ae iisiiThe
The Royal Geographical Society has kindly kindlyRiven kiAdlygh kindlygives
gives gh perwtcrfoa hoe Jo the relics in i iu itsto ponneacioa ponneacioalo J
lo be placed on view at the IxvimprtoiK BMtti BMttittoo KtbtWtloD Fxhtts4ties
ties which w i it lie 1 heW early 1 next month th at St StJlartinsTown St11rtlnTowR StMartInsToWn
JlartinsTown HaH Charinc Cbari tiro under the thepreMdeftcv thepre thepraadeacv
preMdeftcv pre of the IHht I t Hon Sir r George Faith TaubraanGoldfe Tarallmanrldit FaithmanColtlie
raanGoldfe manrldit These include ClOdC 1 the great t travelers traielersextant traeIKiWJitat travelerseratant
extant an a 3l1tOlfIIl aUtograph toiraih map tome leave from the thetree thetrtt thetree
tree near CTjitambo Cbita at t the loot of which his hisheart Iak1teJIrt hisheart
heart lies J ftI buried and o v e or two portraits Mrs MrsVikon MrsViItoo Ira Iralliofl
Vikon lliofl I Dr > r LiyhIC Iirin Livingstoeea rstooe looe > youngest daughter has hasprotflifled hasPlOffii hasprotntotl
protflifled d a pocket case of surgical lIU cal imtnunenU imtnunenUwied inetnuud instrausentssneul
wied by the doctor and other ott T articles of interest interestJohn int interratJobn M MJoI
John JoI Murray Murray and hU Id brother hare lent l nt a per portrait JlQrtfllit pertrait ¬
trait and d an autograph MS while ilt tmong other otherexhibits othHbi otherexhibils
exhibits bi will I1 be found several 5 oiicinal Iinal letter letterIMRC a alater
U 1i 1ift
later from one ol the rxpkm x journal to toeether t togehei
eether ft with tli the pen with which ich it wan written writtenHelics writtenlichen ritteD ritteDnliCJ
lichen of other travelers including i laacH some ctne of the themediciite thelIIedirilM theitiesijelne
mediciite chests used OB the Stanley Stallll expeditions cxpeditiooBwill txpeditiOlZwUl expeditionswill
will al also o be OH view etr the ot object ect of the exhibition exhibitionnins nhlbltioRf enhiiuitionbeing
being nins f to o orti help the t promotion of the health 11 11ward and amicomfort andcoisicet
comfort of the mfeotomries and travelers To Toward T Tward ¬
ward this cad special p cial settkxn settles will le l devoted to tothe 10Hie tolie
the lie dicpky of tents and camp equipment food foodclorhiar roodclot1ai foodclothing
clothing clot1ai medicine IH boise buihKnc fiitttrwi rdaitationbeethtg < fiitttrwilieatiat iitstlenbeating
beating and Hgbtinfr Hlati qrtd pencnal hygiene hygieneThe lIygi hygieneThe re rerhe
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Front rom the DrooWvn n I Jn Eagle EagleCaMtk EajIfQuaslk Eaglecaneda
CaMtk lacks only 0 237JXW m jQ square miles t to be beits beDB bees
its large as the whole continent of Europe It Hk ItIs ItIs
Is nearly ntarl thirty times as large lar e as Great Britain Britainand Britainand Britainand
and Ireland Ir and and 300000 square miles larger thin thinthe thustllf thintue
the tnitcd States ftt
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with withExtraordinary withExtraordinary withExtraordinary
Extraordinary Values ValuesA
A Hosiery Special SpecialChoice
Choice of Ladies Mens and Childrens Full Regu Regular Regular Rcgular ¬
lar Made Fast Black Hose with high spliced heel and andtoe andtoc andtoe
toe and double sole will be offered for one day at at7C at17C at17C
17C 7C = = 3 prs gee geeGreat SOCGreat 50CGreat
Great sale of upholsteries and bedwear
To Tomorrew orrew we put on asIc Ie ORe has huatired hastired
tired grom roa or best quality D11UI6 Cur Curtala Curtale
I tale Pluettd otTer them at the 1 IC ICextraordinary c cextraoUry
extraordinary low price prkeper per do do at atAH atA8 stAs
AH immense quantity of Cotton Bell BellFringe BallFrlDre LullFringe
Fringe ia all the avr newest t color coI r eenMiia eenMiiattoriK C8IRW C8IRWtJoD cembhiatiotsa
ttoriK tJoD to match the latest draperies draperieaactual fir draperiesactual aperiee aperieerot
actual rot value ht I 5 coats a yard 1 1iC 1iCtomorrow fZC fZCtomorrow il illit
tomorrow for forEM I ti ti5d9
EM pairs of Nottingham Lace Cur CortaiiM Curtal Curtalus
talus tal full length le Ut and wWtk wWt widthheavily widthheavilyworked aearily IleaTll7wwke4 aearilyworked
worked la J aw and desirable patterns patternsaja
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which was stored a quantity ot furniture furnitureowned j jowaed
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the extent of 50 The damage to the oIL oilier otller oILer ¬
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timated at t a 11 A wagon owned by It Peyser PeyserSkapfrfrie PeyseorShapptrle PeyserSharie
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THE BODY OF JUDGE FLZPPIN FLZPPINI FLIPPINIdenCl PLIPPINltIeilflentloi
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morgue at the Sixth precinct statIon statkmbeuee statIonhostec
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Mr IMatonston R says that Judge 1 Flippin Flippinformerly irlippinformerly rlippiaformerly
formerly had an oince in the Corcoran CorcoranBuilding CorroranD4tildlns CoreoranBuIlding
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the legal fraternity Judge Flippin was w a abrother 3brother abrother I
brother of Mayor Flipain o l Memphis MemphisTens MemphisTena
Ten Tens and be b returned from a visit there thereabout Ulelibout thereabout I
about bout seven set months ego IO Since that time timelittle timelittle I
little Is known of the deceased ed His prac practice practk5 ¬
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