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Comparatively Small jtnsjncss P1 jICSS of ofAmerican ofAmerican
Amel American cm Vessels VesselsHut VI Vesselslint sscls ssclsnut
I Ithe
Hut Little More Tlinn Ten Per J > er Cent C nt of ofthe tttie
the tie Country cHllltr1f uinry Kxiturtn l IltUrt unit Import Importr hUIHJrIltlteel 1znIrgIjIICd
r ippcit Unilcr the Stum Irlf au nn1 nn1StiIlteottrcnt niiISiiierent < l lStrlpcM
StrlpcM StiIlteottrcnt Krcnt Ilritniii Still Lead LCIIAll LetilsAll LeadAll
All Oilier ZVutiuiiN nt1ulI on the Ie Sen SenThe enl enlThl
The proportion of Americas Amorica exports and andimports andImport andImports
imports carried la American ships in won wonderfully wonIkrCully wontkruIIy ¬
derfully small I little more than 10 per pert
i rnt nt Imports in American bottoms dur during durIng durng ¬
ing ng the first eleven months of the year yearwere yoarwere 08r 08rwere
were less than Ii f 6 par cent of the Uial and andexports andnports andiporta
exports iporta In home ships s14Ip even smaller smallerThe amal1erTbe arnlIerThe
The advance tiheots of the raonthl re report reIlort report ¬
port of the Bureau Dure u of Statistics on Imports Importsand Imllortsand Importsand
and exports give Ie detailed information as to toAmericas tomerlca tomerIcaa
Americas merlca carrying trade tradeThe tradeThe tradoThe
The statistics statletl show that foreign ships shipsEre alllPlSJfl shIpmare
Ere at present almost monopolizing the thea thlitrrlng limomrryIng
a rrying trade of th the country leaving only onlya Olltl
a l few inllUoH 18 III loB dollars doU r annually annuttll for Ameri American AIMrlIan ¬
can ships shipsThe ahlpsThe > hlfJfJ hlfJfJThe
The total of Americas imports in Amer American Amerllan AnmerIan ¬
Ian steamships for November Nov mbor was 5693
39 and the total in foreign steamships steamships5GeS322e6 lttcamlblpj6S3t6 ateamabipa6S329
5GeS322e6 6S329 The totals for the first cloven oloveumonths llo8nmODtm clovenlnontIlg
months of the year eRr were J727S0377 i 7S03 7 and andJ562JI0417 andtiZ and2mO4l7
J562JI0417 tiZ 2mO4l7 IO41 reViiuetivdy re reqioeivo1y i1oeUveJ British h ships shipsalone sblpsalone shipsalone
alone carried 3S0800eoO of o tho coun countrys countrys coontrys ¬
trys imports for the eleven months or ornearly ornearly ornearly
nearly four timer Um tImas as large an ananmount amount as asAmerican asnltrlcan acAmerican
American Teasels T ls German ships carried carriedr raffledeco090
777 r 000040 a Ihger amount than American Americanvessels Americanssels Americanressels
vessels ssels carried Belgian elglan Dutch and Nor Norwan JorwlaD Norwan
wan ships ca I fod about 20600600 each eachami fachml eachmnd
ami ml French shiwb Ihtp about t 60WeOOO 60WeOOOAmerican 5 50699000American OMOOO OMOOOAuacrlean
American steauvihlps carried S4 548S1S9 419 G4S of ofAmericas ofmerlcas ofimericaa
Americas cxiHMts in November Xot mber while whileforeign whilefortID whileforeign
foreign steamships ltealU ltlllC carried t99M2040 S OOO or orsixteen orIxtlen orixteen
sixteen times that amount In the entire entireilcven entiredewn entirecloven
cloven month under consideration Amer AmerIan AmtrIan AmerIcan
Ian steam vesifis carried only OBI J603 43fi 643715 643715of 7M5 7M5of t5 t5or
of the exports while llile foreign vessels car carried ¬ I Irltd Ined
ned J3161921SZ 161l 11ft13Z = 13 The percentage of the thecountrys thecountrys I
countrys products exported In Its own ownsteamships ownmtcamsbips
steamships was thus thu only 6 per cent centBritish centDrltisb centBritish
British steamships carried 78W0flvO iSeoo t of ofAmericas o oAmerlcas ofAmericas
Americas exports or mere than tea time timethe tlmethe timesthe
the amount carried in American ships shipsGerman ahllllll shipsGerman
German t crmRn shir slll carried 106COOOOO lOiGOO OO Dutch Dutchand DutchIHI Dutchand
and IHI Norwegian Xorwegl carried 26900000 and 23 23tiOWO 23tth0
tiOWO respectively respectivelyThe r reepetIve1yThe theIy theIyThc
The showing shoI made Ie by American sailing sailingvcfjflf sailn sailnWat sailingwas
vcfjflf was relatively much better Nur though thoughthe I mhouhhc houIhhe
the he total I carrying < trade ia sailing vessels vesselsis vfS la
is 3 so small that the figures gar are of little littleimportance littleInpormanec
importance 111 Ion anct The total of o imports in sail aailav SKiIIn sail1n
In av vessels H tII in November was lets than 3 3Ut 3i
1114 Ut < W Of thi hi amount American vessels veaaelsaiufU vesselsa1
a1 aiufU 11 It I Slw 1404 l4d44g 42 and foreign forfl vessels I1 11 11J6TV 1 1 1m6
16 J6TV I Tb The total tot III imports in sailing Ulne yes yessc N I Iself
self 5 sc h in 0 the eleven months moo I ha were about aboutCOtiNitf Gt t4 t4C I IC
I IIrild
C COtiNitf and fl4 of this tbl amount American AIDrl u ships shipsariod shipsarod
ariod 29700000 o anl foreign fori u ships ships04LO00 ftI I
00000 Hritiwh Railing allin vessels ftMfI carried earriLlS1iOOO j
S1iOOO 17ooo0e Norwegian tbip hlp4 ll 1 15MI9 w and andItalimsu j
ItaliHii fhiiw pbll hIp lt16 116IJII14 m of r the import r for forIbr rortbe fortb
Ibr tb period periodThe periodThe ri riThe
The total exports in Miline sailln lIn vHaels 1 ls in inoeiibrr inOtmbcL
oeiibrr 0 lllbn were Ie valued at t HMft tOftCUIfIIII < iaft of ofvihih ofbhm
vihih bhm American AN8rk vessels carried 24OHw 4Itt4IiOf 4Itt4IiOftn M Man t
I vevsel h 5 3S m N9ww Time Tb
an m n foreign m total totalfor totalfor 1 1I
I s for the eleven Ie twoathn UtI in calling callingveeln Ailingof eaIIii eaIIiiwere
veeln of IM were 734 7SM 944m M < t af which wlllt Amen Aweriship AmenI JRtrl JRtrlI
I ship bilH < carried tl97Wfwe ltI4fl4Kt and a foreign foreignI
I 114 i7 f J aeuos aeuosI1ilism eMM eMMIhtil1 ttG4M ttG4MIiTitisIt
IiTitisIt aniline ships alone carried arrl Srt Srt1OtI 13tcfl 2 2OOow
cfl OOow ftts 1OtI of the countrys exports port ttr mamftf N SlO 10 10IMH I IWilI04l0
IMH WilI04l0 > HM more than Americas sailing era vesels erarig
rig IJ
The tolai foreign iott > lcit commerce < e of o th t voun olln ollnu ounijy
11 ijy y for the eleven In mouths MOat excluding eciUdiD taut tautnith thatlfh hat hatitIm
nith lfh ranaua anaZs 8tt4t n4 Mexico Xu 10 can ranmied tJlPd ltd ON the ha haiii
4 iii 1 i ways a B and Mi exHndiag Jlfi aim the lit foreign rfHtI rfHtIK foreigng i ir
K i i r e exported was I 1I3t129O0 l73WU2e 3ttlttlt tf Of Ofhip Oflis Ofthis
this lis amnll1t lIKrinah ships carried only onlyitigtie
1 itigtie UtifiII or HIJ per cent Dt while foreIgn forfIlf1l1Ilp foreIgnh1p
hip cnrrkd rnIed tJ5i l573J l5740O0 ee or 89C per rent rentBOTH ttntu ttntDOTd rentBOTal
M Ie < ov n I Matter hr Sspliei 111 rli 111 il V JI3t JI3tTlitlr i ilhiiitl I II IIIh
Tlitlr Ih r Kit 1hhClIlIor llgIm III I i II mtr UT IoiMllllon IoiMllllonNKW CdlliunXW I ss it I I Iou IouNW
NKW TOKK OK Jan lItCr er Matter ab r and andKiu andliid sndhid
hid M oy went to Couey C Coee U I isaad > and this thismorning IbasDlornin thismorning
morning Dlornin vi o t a Sm to 10 have aye plenty ef lime for forgoou lorI
I good llt irit t < M t before going into mb the ring at atihe athe athe
ihe he i Iune utter Island Athletic Club < Iub for their theirtwentyfive tlttoirlWlntfhe theirtwentyfive I
twentyfive round flight kt scheduled to begOt beglHjt 1 1t
jt iL t 33 130 > this kfternooa Both men quit ticlr ticlrhard t1 t1rhard lr lrbard
hard work last Saturday SAtunla and rested d yester yesterday yesterday < r rda ¬
day da for the tattle ute of their live lives today todayMiToy tob tobtdoy todayMreoy
MiToy arose early earl this morning ON Wil William William WI WI11am ¬
liam MuldooBs ltlhlooR farm at White WltllePIIDtI PI ins and andafter andafttr andafter
after breakfast with Uk his trainers started startedfor atarltdfOl startedfor
for Coney Island I ala ltd He was accompanied a OInDifd OB OBthe Otbe onthe
the trip by his brother blGt er Homer S SelbJ lby and andby andby asidby
by his seconds Jimmy JIMIA Dt IH Forest or Joe Joeialvey loeFalvey 1 1Falt1
Falvey and Frank t raDk Hart itwldoon also alsowent Jaonnt o owpnl
went along aloe as timekeeper for McCoy X oJ They Tfceydid Tbtt Tbttdhl Theydid
did not U rrj in this lbl city bat went direct directto direetto
to a hotel bot 1 M 4 Coney Island wear the club clubhouse clubhouse ¬
house houseMaher bOlfIahtr housetlaher >
Maher Iahtr h I bit > ft his training quarters quart n in West Westihester Westhlttr Westihester
ihester FO that he could make an early earlystart lrlyllart earlystart
start for Comsey < ouey Island lie was wa access accompanied accesspanio4i ¬ I
panied by JU 0 manager II81er Itr Jet < Lewry a aDd antiPc l lby I Ily
by Peter Ptt r Burns his Iii trainer and sparing sperMngpartner IIIfHMfl IIIfHMflpartner sparingpartner
partner partnerAs partnerAs partnerAs
As Matter Ma a s leaving for Coney COIle Islam Islamtoday IslItitodar Islandtoday
today he a smmd Id d with Mh a smile ami that he thought thoughthe tDotllhthe thoughthe
he we weighed Bl l J76 1 + Hounds IOUII I8 but he looked lookedthough M Mthough asthough
though lie would easily eARl reach the 183 183pound 1S5pound 13pound
pound mark I never felt more coniMeHt coniMeHtof
of victor icto tlitn Itrn I do ttxlay said the Irlih IrlihniRii Ir Irthjuan l1 l1mall
mall Hii thing tells ttli me that I am ro roing 10ing rutog
ing to be 1t1 nUe tie t Ir bhlp hip the Kid in api > It Ithis f fhis Ilila
his cleverness There was a UBM e when whenmy wbeBm wheamy
my m friends thought thou ht 1 was wa taking life too tooeasy tooallY tooeasy
easy allY but if they will glance back at t my myrecord m mrlronl mytreord
record for the til past st year e8r they will see that thatI
1 have tied enough exercise to keep me mebusy mebUll usebusy
bUll busy I have been up against DuHkhorst DunkhontKennedy flunkhorstKennedy DuHkhorstKennedy
Kennedy and Ruhlin and 41 that ought to tohave tohlne tohave
have been pretty good preparation for to todays toIlay todays ¬
days Ilay fight I know It has been customary customaryto
to give me more credit for oc hard hitting hittingthan hlltlngthan hIttingthan
than for skill klli and some m people predicted predictedthat lutillcee1that predictedthat
that the fight today would be between a arapier arapier
rapier and a meat ax Well ell I dont care carehow
how I win so long Jon as its a fair fight If IfI IfI
I can an win by 11 forcing the tight from rom the thestart tb tbstart thestart
start and mixing things up so that McCoy McCoywont YcCoywont Mccoywont
wont have any time or opportunity for the thedisplay thedisplay
display of his clerrrneM thats just the theway tbewa theway
way wa Ill do mb it It I wont predict pr lIt how may nunyrounds mayrounds nsamyrounds
rounds it will last except that I feel cer certain eettaln eertam ¬
tain tam it will not go 0 the th limit and If things thingsso thingsgo
so my way I dont think the Kid CUB last lasta
a half doses rounds roundsBetting roundsDettlllg roundsBetting
Betting on the tk result was a this morning morningabout morulAgabout morningabout
about 10 to 9 in favor of McCoy McCoyDEDICATION McCo McCoDEDICATION i1cCoyDEDICATION
AIIII IlntulN Dniive AVlierr herr Mr Ir McKiii McKiiiley MtKIiIc hlilllIe
ley Ie lulil n CoriierMtntic CoriierMtnticADAMS CorllcrlluneADAlS CurueratmiticADAMS
ADAMS Mass Jan 1 IMore More than II 1
000 persons atcndcd Saturday Setttrtla night > Ight the thededication theItedlealtoll thededication
dedication of the new mill of the Honk Berkshire Honkshire ¬
shire Cotton Manufacturing Company Com pa RY It Ittook Ittook Ittook
took the form of a grand ball held In tho thoweave thoweave theweaveroom
weave weaveroom room of the mill ml which te 5M by by22Z
225 2 feet and was wa Illumlnatod by thousands thousandsof tboHRr tbossssndof dl dlor
of electric lights 11Il1t and decorated with itk bunt bunting buntIn buntlag ¬
lag In The affair was u in charge of the em employes emroyet cutpoyes ¬
ployes royet of the company who made all bo boarrangemont2 thearrangements no noarrangements
arrangements Stewarts Military Band of ofBoston orBoatoD ofjioston
Boston gave ga a fine concert C and music musicfor musicfor musicfor
for dancing was wa furnished by b the Boston BostonFestival llo BostonFestival ton
Festival o tl tiVa1 Orchestra OrchestraGovernor Or OrchestraGovernor hestra hestraGovernor
Governor Crane was present and assisted assistedWilliam assistedWIlliam
William IIIIAm B 1luakelt lhDk tt treasurer of the com company eompan cornpany ¬
pany pan in receiving r elvID the IUo guests uo ta This mill millis millIs mali maliis
is No 4 of the 11i plant and the corner eornorSKUe
SKUe WitS laid by 11 President McKihley lcKlf1le last lastHummer lustIHlmmer lastsummer
Hummer He also made iIo t the e dedicatory ad adlicss addlll adiItti
licss < > for Xo 2 mill several eral tears eal3 ago agolUve aoUa agoliars
liars Ua you dwldtd on ye 1811r r Tfrtr Ntstiolt Years metu metutioor melutl001
tioor tiolt It t ot NM rsmh lk tt t y l es M win m drink oiWtiff aoingbut oiWtiffbut tli tlibut
but llmrlehfl n rletllI JUfoeii 1 Semis ill k er r Liecr the thel tilefer thebrt
l brt > rrt liter fer Vnwul 1e 11t e Ww lit have ie the reputa reputation ftputat reputaFoe ¬
Foe t of r twine the pwvat ana most nutritious en entbe IHItbr oilthe
the nuktt
+ + +
f At t Ifechis Greater Stores Tuesday I
Lot 1J 1Ti1ies Ladies adi 8 Suits liils in all allitolitilni the thepopular thei
i popular shades 8hn es of Homespuns HomespunsVenetians IIOlJl iIoinespuiisVeiititiii SIHIIlS SIHIIlSYlnvtiUl
+ Venetians 1 Cheviot Serges erges etc etcniitlv etlnilcI etcllieeli
niitlv nilcI lined jH d you may have tne choice choiceof choiceuf choiceithier
of tithor ithier tightfitting tty II front IontOI IontOIouuleurenlitetl or ordoublebreasted oi oidollble
doublebreasted dollble brelste1 jackets the Suits Suitsare Suitsi StIltsare
i are either habit saddle sa t pleated pleatedor phut d dor
2 or ot box pleated > Suits worth up UI to toIlojee
25 5 Choice Choie > this sale for fori
i 6 6 1 O S
The Jackets in Two Lots LotsThe LotsTht Lotsl
l The greatest porfeetkm toreetion In mantail mantailoriiig maDtailorhtlJ
0 oriiig i Jto t displayed in the these J j eket eketnol jackets k is isnot
not a stitch that does not bear the lie itaprint hRllriut liesut
print sut of superiority superiorityThe uHriorityTbe
6 The shapes are the U6 very newest M t ef t tlate the tltelal
6 late lal winter mode They are all lined linedwith lied liedit
6 with it good uotllualit iuality heavy heay catin UR Yen can canyour CftBnot eisaapprecIate
not apprecIate tile IRlHttHe Tal TalUI values man
6 UI OJ have ftai1ed your eyes on the thegar thermeRt
8 gar garments garmentsLot menu rmeRtI menuLot
Lot I ot A AKorsey Keney Iene Jackets in black blackrt blaettblue blackblue
blue or occasion lItor worth fl5 15 or f rt fo
6 atty liybooJs bodys mooney Yo Yochoice Your Yourebotee our ourebollt M 9 MX MX4v 98
choice this sale aisleLot 4v e eLOl vU vUatty vULot
Lot B flJackeia Jacket of Kersey K Iri Irish lrhbFrl4H h hFrieM
6 FrieM etc in all fashionable shades shadessome tltad ghadesome I
some wttrth rth J3 t oth ff f fO fOem
6 choice em up I Ie t t 0 Your YourhotH Yourchoice w 12 i IBU 98 I
At Hechts Greater Stores Tuesday
1898 Velour Coats 998 998An 998An 998An
An extremely Ixtremel handsome line of late latestyle lalestle latestyle
style Velour Coats some plain others othersedged otbersedgetl othersedged
edged with marten fur all are lined linedwith linedwlti linedwith
with good quality heavy heavytI T TElectric > <
tI t r I IElectric 9 998 998Electric 98
Electric Seal Collarettes 598 598SUlMrb 598 598Superb 598Superb
Superb finish heavy satin UD lined Elec Electric Electric 32cctile ¬
tric Seal Collarettes In new Re neweat ff p rr rreat
eat shapes sold etaowaere t elcewbereat whre whreat 5 UX UXat 98
at 510 and 1250 Choice ChoiceElectric 9JJj 9JJjElectric e eElectric
Electric Seal Muffs SI49 SI49A 149 149choice 149A
A choice assortment of ofsstlnllnesl fj t M f
MIinIIDt41 inlined Klectric Seal Slallufts SealMuffs 1 I 49 I U Uiff
Muffs iff worth tt8 28 for 1 e TTv
1 4
I At Ilechts Greater reaicrstbres Stores Tuesday TuesdayL
> L
i We W e Enter the Business Arena of 1900 with withf
i f It is at it this season that you will willrt read > ud dozens ozr > ns of announcements that stores aie offering ofTelin
their thC 1 stocks stol s at it half price rill which hiCI really that had
means you bought earlier ealli > l you would wu1il have hu > been b becittOIlllehIcl en enolllpelJtd
J compelled to pay IHI just double ouble for the th goods It further means that such linns 1 rllls have ha l been betJJcaIrriJJg carrying
6 0 the stock all ihI season until it has become shopworn and unfashionable and yon are expected to
2 t purchase ImrelJa e the goods goo s that have deteriorated detl > liolutc Please observe Ob8 1 how lio different ditrel nt is the HECHT HECHTmethod HECHlnwthod IIECELTIlletiloti
method of doing business bus Il < ss We Ye buy largely ulgel of all ilI the most desirable goods goo s securing s1lJ ng concessions
in price that is undreamed of by others We Ye V place the goods on sale immediately immedia1cI they the > arrive arriveand aIriveand arrive arrivelll1
and MAKE THE REDUCTIONS AT 1 ONCE instead of waiting to see s > if you cm are willing wiJljn to pay
t two 1 WO V or three tIlI > prices litPs for needs Thats
your OUl our unalterable poliry pOjI it I t has won for us a mercan mercantile mrc un untill
9 tile supremacy SUIH > I11teJ that we ve will ih1 use uS every honorable means to maintain To ro better illustrate our ar mgllllHnt argIllilelit
5 6 gument let t us repeat a little of the recent history history of our phenomenal sale snl of the t > Freedman gar garincuts garmlnt801l
incuts mlnt801l you are well aware that the night of December L 23d 3d found us with but few of the famous famousgarments funonsgaIlBChhtS
i garments gmllCn t s left It t Last I lst week ee1r completed om plctld their exit Our > 1l1 buyer hu el finding tind 1g that 1 hat we w were cleaned ll nld out It
6 hurried to New ew York Olk and an spent the week unearthing fresh bargains As a result of his us ability ablht ablhtII1
6 ± and II1 shrewdness shrl dlls coupled with the Hooht capital and enterprise we are enabled to Tuesday invite inviteyou iJlitcyou inviteOlI
± you OlI to an tu unequaled display of Ladies J a ips Mantailored fnntailor Outer Garments at incomparable bargains bargainsV 1JaI tin8
V The 1h lowness of the prices u < es will not deter us from charging your Otlr purchases JHIIllm ts at the same prices Iniccl hiices hiicestlividt
J We l divide the Suits into two lots
S Lot 2 21hoaddoth Hroadeloth Whipcord WhipcordWide YhipCOlt1YidcValc VliipcordiVidCWBlC
Wide YidcValc Wale Cheviot Homespun Homespunand Homcspunaut
and aut other ot hel choice fabric fa IIIic Suits Suitsnearly Hu Siiitttueaiiv its itsllem
nearly llem ueaiiv every one lined I with wit h taffe taffeta taiTeta taffeta ¬
ta silk in Ill tightlilting tightfit I ting I 111g llyfront llyfrontor fI flnt
01 doublebreasted doubl > hrcasted jackets box boxpleated boxpleatld boxpleatc1
pleated habit saddle or pleat pleated pleatcd pleated
ed skirts handsomely hall 8nlt tailored tailoredthey tai101c tailoieltliy cl clthcJtaUJuJt
they thcJtaUJuJt cannot be duplicated c1ullic atec1 at less lessthan lessthau lesstllflll
than 4O J Choice hoie ilolee e this sale
S25 25 Electric Seal Capes 1350 1350Handsome 1350JIaDdlOme 1350handsome
Handsome satin UB lined nne JIBe finish finishElectric ftBhEleetrIe fhsiahElettnlc
Electric S Seal al I Capes extra full sweep sweepidentical sweepIdentical weepIcrelttJe1
identical with what ota fl O r A AChilds
00 13 1350 1350Childs 50 50Childs
Childs Si 7 Reefers S398 S398touch 398 398Hogn 398Roagh
touch and Smooth Cloth Reefers Reefershandsomely RftfcnaJMh Reefershandsomely
aJMh handsomely c1y made and trimmed some somewith omewith somewith
with sailor lIor collars others with large largestorm Irg IrglItorm largestorm
storm collars all the De new and drains desirable deelrahie drainsble ¬
ble colors beautifully bettutUU braided sad sadtrimmed ADdIrhHled andtrimmed
trimmed the nattiest Jackets shown sIto in intown latown istown
town not one that yew fMIcaa yew can canduplicate rt f AC
duplicate at lees than 7 7goat 3 I MX MXgo 98
go goat at 4M e vU
1500 15oo5ilkWaists5598 Silk Waists 598 598Our 5981tnc1Iihil T4 T4Out
Our leadership in Silk Waists uists is i undisputed The volume of our recent sales uls Exceeded t x eecJe that thatofjiiiy tlUttfir thatsr
ofjiiiy fir nIl y three tI 111 local I firms The causes lit1lS that t ha t led to t 0 such phenomenal salesare salcu n easily lto ily explained We WeI V Ve Vesttlti c cCIftl
I offer only uuy oill Ihe Ih I lie very CI very best makes mak and au unities raclcs in each particular IitIt itlial class llns we e buy bll in colossalquantities colossalquantitiesenabling loOfmhluulltitiesuahlin eolossIthIlllnhltitiesllltlliiig
> enabling uahlin us lo show you von hundreds of a kind where llele others show a mere handful hlll fu then hpn too the thepiires thee
> piires we H e ask are 11 iu from onethird to onehalf of what competitors emp titcJs demand Wffi V f crewith < rew5th de deIIlUlIsht
T monstrate IIlUlIsht 11111151 lute t e our determination tht CIIII ina tion to maintain main ht u our lead as we e have again agiinl made a purchase iiIihllse of Silk SilkWaists SilkYaiRts iilkaists
Waists aists that will add to our fame fameWe fiuneVt r rVc
We Vc place 1tlls on sale sttJ Tuesday morning 1II00uiJ1 at S oclock An ii unexcelled display ej llt of Svftisf i n in in black blackand hIftctmacl llftekunl
and colored taffeta fancy fmc corded lhd and striped taffeta black satin and many mtn new 11 combinations combinationso
o The Ih making IIJHkill is simply superb embracing IIJIIIHill III bra dug all the popular hemstitching hit9llsti teliing tucking tnddll t and lll cording ef effeels tffcls efs
feels s the I lie tailoring alone is worth Oltil the lie Hict
price we ask for the Waists The colors oIOls include the new newest newpot nevss
< > est ss shades automobile 111 ll I Iolnthile OInubil cerise elIi r new nr > w blue hI uc lavender la uell > I purple tan delicate C1cJiIt t shades of rT > r f O Oj
j 1 reen Ii pink ji Ilk scarlet oIurc mauye mum and doens of color 0101 combinations com inations There are ti waists vnistsili Hh 5 9 fft 8
i in this thi lot worth up 11 to to 15 Choice hiojee while they last lustO M J
O O + + + + + + o
Some ClIIIC of I I the I II e Agricultural AIicultlllal tgii ciii f ii ml Crops CropsWhich CropsWhirh CIOpSVhiehi
Which TIi TII rive Pt C in ill the Island Islandmill IslalllloJTtC IslandCff
Cff < oJTtC 111 r rtI I 1I111 ititiard mill Si SuI Suil l l Mom Mommil Uu UuI hiosiI
I in LIt ntiprIurnwe e Iln 11 Niprs i i1IIrun
1IIrun mil m tail ur < if Kxcollent Quality Qualitynl Cinulll CinulllIh ty
Ih I enllurt ii iid nl ii r re < u Urn ii UruitinK Gro G ros 1111 I ii ac on it itThe nUnl1 iihush
hush til utlon Ion IlluurllolnI lher lherThe llereThe
The Department of Agriculture has in incownw laC8tl1H incoarse
coarse of preparntiOB an interesting trea treatise treatiM Incatimto ¬
tiM en 0 the various crops that are arehi raised raisedin Itte Itteht
in Iorto onto tko and wbteh will be issued issuedshortly laueolIIIttJrU Issuedshortly
IIIttJrU shortly R M Wilson I1ItOR is the author of ofthe orthe ofthe
the document lIocw tetlt and itd after speaking of the thenew theRe Ikenew
new Re method Htedl dct ned in yrsyariitK rt p eeJSee far farthe lortbe furthe
the market be My MyThe sys sysThe 11 11TM
The variety ri y grown generally ny is of ex excellent excellent cxcellent ¬
cellent flavor As yet little of it reaches reachesthe re reachesIke clttll clttlllIt
the lIt American market tll8rilet ckteNy because b e of ofth orUtA efthe
th the export duty now plac placed l on It and be because beellU because ¬
cause 8 it comma C8tll cossusamla t81ds mis a much higher prl prlin JMihi pales paleshi
hi the Kuropeaa than In the American AJHe call mar market market niarbet ¬
ket The better varieties He t 6laI id by b the thesack theMek thesack
sack by b commlsstoN In I lento Rico at 13 to toIS toIS tois
IS cents a pound This Thi is I a higher price pr in inPorte InPorte hiIorte
Porte Rico IUe than tlta i Is paid in New York by bycoffee b boee bycoffee
coffee oee importers for the beat grades of Da Dasata DeJI1ta Begata
sata r caracas r as and d oth tat < r fine Central AlDer American AlDeriltlR Amneriran ¬
iran varieties varietiesAs varietiesAs tl tlAs
As the cofloe e ut f Ierto Rico is not well wellknown wellkltOWIl wellknows
known In the AmerRiin A market importers importerswill inaiorterswill
i will not i ofltr ffer more than tH8 19 to 12 cents for forit r forit r rI
it Much of it however r reaches ohes htl the United UlllttllStateti UnitedStaten
I States chiefly dl ft that of the poorer gr pradft pradftI gradeobeing d
I being chipped Ihil to Rurope in transit After Afterit ArlerIt Afterit
it bus remained some time in the bonded beetledwarehouses
I warehouses it is withdrawn under the theI thtDam thenames
I names Dam of Java and Mocha ocJaa The Tb American Americancoffee Americancoffee merian merianI
coffee buyer purchases ItUrchR largely I elr on tbe ap appearance 1111pearb appearance ¬
I pearance pearb of th tM Moan and accepts that thatwhich thatwhich thatwhIch
which has a dull and lustrous apiKwntuc apiKwntucIn aplnUIIn aphmeanmuiceIn
In Europe however coffee having kaln a bright brightgloss brhbtglou brightgloss
gloss is preferred and for this reason re Porto PortoKican PortoJelean PorteRican
Rican coffee is at present extensively extensivelytreated eXlenslvelytreated exlenstvelytreated
treated with Uh a wash of gum um arabic and andcharcoal RDdehareoal andcharcoal
charcoal or some similar preparatioa preparatioawhich lrfparaUoBwhleh repanstlontehich
which gives hes it this gloss This process In Injured 10JureK injutes ¬
jutes the sale of the article in the Amer American AmerleaR Amenlean ¬
leaR market Those who have u uried < t d Porto PortoRican PortoRican PortoRican
Rican coffee however Insist Insl t that its flavor flavoris OayorIs flavoris
is equal to the beet sold in the country countryand counu counuand countryand
and that when better known It will com command command roanmand ¬
mand a higher price and will displace the thevery thevery thevery
very best of the Central American prod product protlucL producL ¬
ucL ucLAmon ucLAmong
Among Amon other valuable agricultural prod products 1Jl1uet prosihots ¬
ucts uet of the island Air Wilson mentions the theforage therorage theforage
forage plants and says l4ty in regard to them themThe themI themThe
The T e meet important variety is guinea guineagrass = ulutla ulutlasran uinsagrass
I grass a succulent plant iant baring a blade or orleaf orleaf orleaf
leaf two to three feet in height and fully fullyonehalf fUllonehair fullyonehalf
onehalf an inch in width It yields Ild8 about aboutthree abouttbree aboutthree
three tons to the acre and grows quickly quicklyand Ilulcklynod lIItCklYand
and luxuriantly Cattle and horses thrive thriveon tbrlyeon thriveon
I on it and on a nutritious leguminous leguminousplant legumlnouplant legunainosigplant
plant called malahoJIUa which AIe1t is a avariety aI avanletyo
variety vanletyo of tbe wild pea pine On tbe south southern IIOUthern southem ¬
I ern em foothills Coot 1I1I the chief forage plant is a ashort ashort ashort
I short drylooking grass not unlike the theSouthwestern theI theSouthwestern
I Southwestern bunch or buffalo grass xra s Tho Tholeaf Tholeaf Theleaf
I leaf and stalk of maIze and the t pod > of ofvarious orvarious ofvarious
various acacias which whl h are gathered green greenare KJHnare greenare
are also used usedMaize uledIII1e usedMaize
i Maize Is grown extensively in the th wide wideparting tideparting ide idepnrtin
parting pnrtin valleys in the th southwestern portion portionof
of the island In the same l region regl n and In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the beds of many of the streams treama reams which whichflow whlcbnow Whichflow
flow into the west we l coast COftIt lentils are crown crownin crownIn own ownIn
in large quantities There are are a number numberof
of varieties of these chiefly beans inelud ineludjnK Ineludjn Ineludjag
jag jn the green Iee 1 string bean and the white whiteand whiteand whiteand
and livercolored beau which when cooked cookedarc cookelluo cookedare
arc the frijole of Spanish America and
the Bettor 8 baked bean or of the United UnitedStates UrltedStalu UettedStates
I States StatesA
A lentillike berry berr which in appearance appearanceis
is between bet wees ef a pea and nd a small II bean and yet yetgrows yetgrows
grows roI on a bush belonging to the acacia acaciatribe aeaciatribe acaclatribe
I tribe is tbe guadure > sad this is very ery ex extensively extn1livel cxtenateety ¬
tensively grown rown tot fo domestic consumption consumptiono
o Oft the he semihumid side ide of the island It Itglows Itgrown
glows 05 in a pod about three to four Inches lachesin IDCb IDCbID InchesIn
in length IfIft h on a bush six to eight feet in inheight 10hti inheight
height hti ht Yams YaRl and swe sweet t potatoes are aregrown aregrown I Irown
grown rown extensively extenlvI generally for home COB COBsumption eoBptiOlt eonunuption
sumption ptiOlt and Irish potatoes thrive well welltwt wellhut I I Ihat
hat are grown only to a limited Jl U4I extent in insome IIIOlDe Insome
some portions of the uplands Among Amongother AMoRtoUer Amongother
other tamll vegetables etahlea are re tomatoes ea and andred andrest I Irtd
red i p fiepper fiepperCottoe e PIHr PIHrCotton per perCotton
Cotton seems to nourish tIou well w tl though UItl it Iti ItIs
is i not cultivated in commercial quantities quantitiesi IluautiUeaTIle quantItiesThe
i The cotton plant noted were ere almost as aslarge 3Slarllle aslarge
large as apple trees tree being ns from eight to totwelve tot totwelve
twelve t ehe feet in height with a stem two to tothree 10tbre tothree
three tbre mcfcee iJr etI in diameter at the bae base The TheRowers TilelfowftS Theflowers
Rowers and pods are re numerous and the thelatter theItt thelattor
latter Itt well filled with a long staple cotton eottonapparently tOttena cottonasperetoly
apparently a partulr as line as the best grown in inUte Inthe
A lroltt iruicr r nt 1 Ptrt rt Slcmii 1C Mini Iuvinhlir IuvinhlirCnnlt 1nIlalnlCnh IztvIaii1iiCnsla >
Cnnlt tiMMi It COlllroI COlllroIXJ CoiruIes CoiruIesNR Co in mil CM CMXKW
XKW XJ NR YORK Jan 1 IFor For several weeks weeksth weeksUe weekslii
th Ue soldiers at Fort Slocum Davids Davit Isl Island 11111UKI Is Issad ¬
and which hida is now the general general enuraI rendezvous rendezouCor rendeavounfor rendezvousfor
for recruits bound for the Philippines Philippineshave Pblilllvinechave PhilIppineshave
have been l having a good time at the ox expense oxpeRae oxpease ¬
pease peRae of a young man who seems to have haveplenty hlleIJlent hnveIl5fltY
plenty of money mORe lie is Rudolph Martin Martinson YartinIIcn Martinson ¬
son and he has mude himself immensely immenselypopular Immen8elypopular lnimeneelypopular
popular by b 1 giving glvl wine Ine dinners and Christ Christmas Chri t tHIS ¬
HIS and New e Years presents of UfO 1 190 0 gold goldcertificates goldrerUflcRtcs goldcertificates
certificates to some of the noncommis noncommissioned noncommiRolled noncommkidonesi ¬
Rolled officers Although he is lean an enlisted enlistedmen eDJltttedmen enlistedmen
men be lives in line style tle at the fort His Hisrooms HisroonMl Histoilet
rooms are decorated with Ilh pictures sabre sabreand robrec robrecand sabreand
and war relics reU 8 and his hi meals are prepared preparedat
at his own expense xpt te In 1SS6 l tj he entered enteredYale enteredale enteredYale
Yale ale College CoII and ant after spending nine ninemonths ointmonths ninemonths
months there t re went to France I rance to finish his hiseducation Illseducation lilaeducatIon
education educationAVhcn educationhen educatIonWhoa
Whoa hen the Spanish SI nlsh war broke brok out Martin Martinsen Martinsen IartlnlIEn
sen returned to this country counl and enlisted enlistedin
in the naval reserves re erves He served through throughout throughuut throughout ¬
out the war on the Yankee and when hen It Itwas ItWRa itwits
was over returned to France In October Octoberlast OctoberIRtt Octoberlast
last MartinseH came to New York again againand againamI agaInand
and expressed expr sro a deeire to go to the Philip Philippines Phlllpplne Philippines ¬
pines Although he Is only nineteen years yearsold yearsohi ears earsold
old he 11 managed InlHla ed to get et accepted a epted at a re recruiting remilln reeruitlug ¬
cruiting milln station here and was assigned aasl ned to tothe tothe tothe
the third cavalry which was then being beingrecruited beingrecruited beingrecruited
recruited at Fort Myor lycr Va At that place placethe plaCeth placethe
the th yoiuig recruit attracted attention by bythe bythe bythe
the flue quality of his uniform which was wasmade wasmade al almae
mae made by It a Fifth I lCth Avenue A venue tailor and cost
1100 100 Money was wa sent him frequently by bywire bywlr bywIre
wire wlr and ho gave some of the sodiers 25 25and 25and 25and
and 50 for saddling his horse A num number number utimbor ¬
ber of cavalrymen to whom he gave 100 100bills 100 100bills 100bills
bills deserted and led to Canada CanadaMartinson CaDadalartlDen CanadaMartinsomi
Martinson missed the transport on which whichhe wbichhe whichlie
he was 111 to go to Manila and was sent to toFort toFort toFort
Fort Slocum to await the Sumner which hleh is isto Isto Isto
to mil n about January 15 He attracted the theattention theattention theattention
attention of Sergeant Major Walsh who is ishead Ishead Lahead
head drill master of recruits and he made madehim madehim madehim
him his clerk with the rank of acting ser sergeant serItttftt sergrant ¬
geant Martinsen Immediately went to toNew toNew toNew
New York and returned to the Fort with withan wltban wIthall
an SO 50 overcoat with sergeants stripes on onit onIt onit
it Last week he celebrated his promotion promotionby
by giving a dinner to twentyfive privates privatesand prt1tsand prlcatesand
and noncommissioned officers which cost CGstSt costUnless
5850 St StUnl
Unless Unl s Martinson is discharged from the thearmy thoarmy tImearmy
army before Januray IB he will be be sent to toJoin tojoin tojoin
Join troop A of the Third Cavalry which whichIs whichId
16 now in Manila He is making a strong strongeffort strpI strpIeffort strongeffort
effort to get et out of the army If I am amdischarged amIllllChllged amdischarged
discharged ho said uld yesterday I propose proposeto
to go to if the TraiiBvaal and Join The Boers BoersI
I believe they need our sympathy I would wouldrathor woullll11lbor wouldrathor
rathor fight lighLan an Englishman any ny day da than a aTagal aTall aTagaL
Tagal H
A AVuitiuii llIlIn Bxiilrr III n X Nev MV York YorkClinreli Iorkliircli I ICh
Clinreli ClinreliNEW Ch liircliNEW II rch rchXEW
NEW YORK Jan 1 ISt St Pauls Paaul Rowan RowanCatholic R RCatltlk RowaitCalbolk
Catholic Church Ckur h at Sixtieth Street and andColumbus antiCoIuRlhu andColumbus
Columbus Avenue A Vetltte was packed ttI to tb t the doors doorswh doerswhen
wh when B the New Xe Year ma mae was celebrated celebratedat ee bralid
at midnight midnightg mnidaighLAmong dalght dalghtthe I
Among g the worshipers who lao bad gathered gatheredearly cat gatheredearly erM erMerl
early erl was a neatly attired young woman womanWHO WOIItftIIJ womanwho
WHO J entered atone and kneeled k in prayer prayerin pntt pnttliB prayerIs >
liB in a centre aisle 1aI pew well 011 down toward towardthe Ie Iethe Sewardthe
the altar Those about her noticed that thatBh tllatI thatshe
I Me Bh remained kneeling far fl a long ti tiMe tiMeI timeShe e eShe
I She was a stranger but there were many mnyother manyother y
other strangers ia the church churchOne ehunhORe churchOne
One or twice t the woman seemed about abontto altoutI aboutto
I to rise but resumed the attitude of prayer prayerThen prayerThen I
I Then she was as heard lK to speak ia a whisper wbteftcrthe whisperthe her herI
I the name of the Virgin trgln antI with JUI a feeble feeMemoan reebletlKJD feeblemoan
moan sank prostrate to the floor floorFellowworshipers BoorFllIoworshlpers floorFellowworshipers
Fellowworshipers raised her be to a sit sitting 1tting maltting ¬
ting posture but she gave no sign of con consciousness conaciotmanese on onclou8Ue86 ¬
sciousness She was 85 borne up the aisle aisleto aleteto aisleto
to the vestibule and an ambulance ambula ce called calledfrom canedfrom calledfrom
from Roosevelt Hospital Dr Sherer who whoarrived whoarrlYed whoarrived
arrived with the ambulance made a hasty haetyexamination balll balllexamination hastyexamination
examination and found that the woman womanwas wOlJlaawaa womaawas
was dead lIe said death was probably due dueto dveto dueto
to heart failure failureLater tallureLater failureLater
Later the woman was identified ille tllled as the thewife thewife I Iwife
wife of John Cainc who Is an employe of oftbe orthe ofthe
the Metropolitan Street Railway Company CompanyThe CompttnThe CompanyThe
The body boll was taken to his home S84 Tcath TcathAvenue TeathAenue ToathAvenue
Avenue AvenueA AenueA AvenueA
An Au Important Ine Discovery vrry in I Kern KernCounty IcrllCount KernCuuiii
County Count California CaliforniaSAX CnllfornlnSA CaliftiritlaSAN
SAX SA JOSE Cal Jan 1 1Partl Parties fI from fromthis rromtbill fromthis
this place have found in Kern county a agreat agrf8t agreet
great deposit deP tlit of rich ore which may ma rove revolutionize reolutkJnlze rovelutlonize ¬
lutionize the iron industry along alon alongthe the Pa Pacilic Pacille Paclftc
cilic Coast It consists of two veins fifty flftyflve 1Ut 1Utfive fiftyfive
five by seventyfire feet la width respec respectively re reepeelively pee peethely ¬
lively running parallel to each other In a awesterly awe awesterly
westerly we terly direction for nearly Bear a mile then thenbranching thenbranching thenbranching
branching off into tb thiti < mountain m ntlln showing
by outcroppings on the side of the canyon canyonthat cnnonthat canyonthat
that it is one solid body of ore the whole wholedistance wholedltance wholedIstance
distance distanceThese dltanceTIt dIstanceThese
These TIt two veins eloliJ of lr n jk Mic l e divided by a athirtyfivcfoot a athirtyflcfoot athIrtyfIvefoot
thirtyfivcfoot vein of marble or lime limestone IImestonc limeatone ¬
stone which is valuable as a a flux in smelt smelting smelling smeltlug ¬
ing In running a crosscut tunnel tunneltwentyfive tunneltwont6ve tunneltwentyfive
twentyfive feet below where the iron ore orestands orestands orestands
stands in tbe gorge the Uf veins elns are still stillfound stilltound stillfound
found to be solid butfwo but butno lYro veins of tin ore oreeach oreeach oreeach
each about four feet wide have been dis discovered discovered dlscovered ¬
covered running in the 1tme > rime direction directionThe directionThe dIrectIonThe
The veins elll8 appear to tk Irfexhaustible and andof andot andof
of rich quality In the analysis given by byseveral L Lseerul bysever
several sever chemists it is found C und to be a mag magnetic magneUe magnetie ¬
netic oxide ranging from Cr m So S per cent to 95 95per 9 9per 95per
per cent ent equal to 60 per cent to 74 1 per percent percent percent
cent metallic iron with only onl a trace of ofsulphur 0 0ulpbur ofsulphur
sulphur and phosphorous This is a high highgrade blgbgralle highgrade
grade ore with very e little If any refrac refractory reCractory refractory ¬
tory elements to contend with It has ha boon boonpronounced boenpronounced beenpronounced
pronounced by several iron producers as a afine afine ailno
fine ore for Bessemer steel steelThe IIt steelThe 1 1The
The iron ores heretofore discovered in inCalifornia InCnllrornll inCalifornia
California have been of low grade and the theproduction theproduction theproduction
production of pig metal from them too ex expensive cxpenshe oxpensive
pensive to compete with that from the theEast theEast theEast
East It is probable that an attempt will willbe wl1lb willbe
be b made to smelt the ore with oil as fuel fuelXot fuelXot fuelIot
Xot So LiOoncy LiOoncyFrom LoonerFNm LooneyFrom
From Agate AgtteLunatics AbeteIAltla Agatelansalke
Lunatics IAltla lll ultra assume a superiority lIU rit of o meIhet meIhetto w ll et etto
to others which Well is is quite quit amttting amtttingA
A I gentlemen while hilt walking akwK a a sued suedtsr d net netfir notfar
fir front the I side Ide of whicK hicK nm ra arailwayuieouA arailwayuieouAterrd a raila necMm necMmtertd
tried a number of imam people out far otercfee otercfeeWitk feIdeWit esesciseWith
With Wit a Bed toward the railway ralm JlReIIo mi ne he Mid Mkita MidttII ssklto
ta 08 asic oo tit f the 1 lunatics lunaticsWhere lu lun ties tlcsnllre S StVheaedoss
Where tVheaedoss o e M this railway raUw ge tot totTlte totThe
The lunatic JoeVril at Mm aiesnfelly o nf nCot1y Hv fur a me mement mement insmeat
ment and 1 lien rejiHcd rejiHcdIt
It < deem k e t R ate any 2nywlteve fe e 1 Ue e kwp it t here W Wrun tIrun tarun
run trains on
J I At Ilechts Greater Stores Tuesday
Efforts Looking to Its Establish Establishment Eshtblisltment EstablishIliellt ¬
ment to lie Renewed Renewedmctjil RenewednCUIun ReiieivetlItcimnoum
nCUIun Aitniie thnllctd mctjil l for or the 7Vccc Xcecrc Xcecrcuf cccmasltof Jty Jtyinch
uf inch icii mi Institution in ii the I ie His Dlnt DI DIrloThe HistriutThe
rloThe t riot Tho Style ttle tIt of the lluildiiiK lluildiiiKmill Uulhllnlnll1 ltulldiiinull >
mill UK U I Si ltr lrltcI iio ed MuiiHKtMiieHt MuiiHKtMiieHtA Jlu IUtJIIICH t tlUll ttS
A tS Hill Hi Ii Non Xo Itefore the I he Senate SenateTbe StlInCeT SaineThe
The T proposition pro mcsition to erect a municipal hoe hospital hoepltal hocpltal ¬
pltal for the we of the District which ble wiH wiHprobably wIHprobaW willprobably
probably be presented to Congress for con consideration IIsidOnttion consisoratton ¬
sideration some time during the present presentmonth prKtlltmootb presentmonth
month is the topic of much miscil discussion d ia ialocal JaJeeel inieee
local medical med 1 and charitable dNtritltbie circles cird TIlt Tbescope TIltof Thescope
scope of the work of the Institution is the theprincipal tMprlnelPAl theprincipal
principal concern particularly In quarters quarterswhich quarterswhich Yarten Yartenwblch
which will m be Maaneially affected is the theevent theeeBt theevent
event of its erection erectionIt
It U II believed by a number of ofinterested eClntcreete4 peroun perounInterested
interested ia tile matter that the Mil pro providing preI peevialing ¬
viding for the erection ereetl of the hospital hospitalwould 1HHIpIt1would hospitalwould
would have been passed by b both houses housesof IJOUIISof housesof
of Congress at the t last session seeMl if it bad net netbeen Betbeen netbeen
been for a disagreement di between this beard beardof bMrdor boardof
of directors of the Columbia Hoepftal and aadthe aMthe andthe
the District Com COftullll Commindonern ic kHters kHtersSome loaers loaersSome
Some time last year 01 a bill was passed passedproviding p passedprovidIng ued uedpro1dIDg
providing for the sale le of the present site siteof alteof siteof
of the Columbia Hospital the proceeds to tobe tobe tobe
be used u to secure a suitable lot for the pro proposed proPMW propoaoaj ¬
posed institution The ground on which the theinstitution tliehcilutlop theInstitutIon
institution is l located belongs beiooP to the Gee Government Go Goernme Geeernment ¬
ernme ernment t and it woe considered that the tbeproceeds tReprocee theiwoceeds
proceeds e from the sale of the property propertywould prorfftwould propertywould
would give the General Government enough toIlCHtgltI onoughto
to make up its half of the appropriation appropriationwhich RPflroprlaUorthilh appropriationwhich
I which hilh would bo necessary for the erection erectionof
of the new building buildingCatiMC btlfhUBgCUIIe bwihdiagCimimise
CatiMC of 41 Uclny UclnyThe Deln DelnThe DeinThe
The directors of the Columbia Hospi Hospital Hoeptal lloepltat ¬
tal were satisSedto saUtllled to sell < the property un under under onder ¬
der their care but when it came to the set settlement settlement settlement ¬
tlement of the various items of the bill billproviding wnproidlng billprovidIng
providing for the new structure they die disagreed d18agreed dieagreed ¬
agreed entirely with the Commissioners CommissionersThe
The latter contended that asjthe aa the building buildingwas buildingas
was as to be called a municipal hospital aad aadas aadas andas
as it was to be constructed for the recap recaption reeeptlon recaption ¬
tion of the indigent sick of the District Districtthey Districtthey Districtthey
they considered that the management of ofits otits ofits
its affairs came directly under their con control COIltroJ control ¬
trol and 1nd nd were not willing to relinquish relinquishtheir reHnqul relinquIshtheir b btbelr
their authority The directors of the old oldhoenital oldh06pltaJ oldhospital
hospital however claimed that as the new
building was to take the place of the old oldinstitution 0111Institution ohmiinstitution b
institution and they tile had controlled tho af affairs atCalrs affairs ¬
fairs of tho latter for a number of years yearsIt yearsIt yearsit
It was only proper that they should not notbe notbe notbe
be hampered in running the new structure structureAs structureAs structureAs
As a consequence of this disagreement disagreementthe
the bill was not reported back to the Sen Senate Senate Seaate ¬
ate corninlttoo until untli It was too late to have haveIt haveIt haveit
It passed passedThis passedThia passedThis
This year however another effort vrlll vrlllhe illbe willbe
be made to enact the necessary De < ry legislation legislationand legIslationand legtslaUonand
and assurances have been given that the thehospital thehospital thehospital
hospital will be provided for during too thocurrent tooI thecurrent
current session Two bills have been pre prepared prepared propared ¬
pared and Introduced in the Senate with withthis withtbls withthis
I this object In view Iew almost identical in intheir Intheir
their various provisions provisionsThe provisionsThe provisionsThe
The necessity ncce lty that exists for the hospital hospitalwas bM hoepitalwas llal
was recently pointed out at a meeting of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Homeopathic Hospital Association It Itwas Itwas
was assorted that there was no hospital in intbe itsthe
the city that was n8 in reality anuinlcl l lconcern
S concern although there wero several severn which
I At Ilechts lf chts Greater Stores Tuesday
a Vigorous Bid for Your Valued Patronage Patronagev PatronageA i iI iS v
I S A January Sale of Silks Dress Goods d Linings etc etcS t I ITuesday
S Tuesday Tu n morning will iJ begin 1l a t sale of Silks iiks k Velvets Dress Fabrics br Linens J Linings I Table Tablewear rabl ratbIweal f1
wear suitl Uedwour that will add fresh glory gOIJ to our fame for underselling Prires in in every eYer line lineluive linehave 11110IlaC
have advanced a nUlcell from 15 1 to 50 per cent yet we are enabled to quote fUOtt t1hiOt you almost the old prices be because becamie lIecause
cause we are now receiving meceiving invoices of goods contacted for 01 last May Iu before the sharp illnl advance advancein tdvitiicein
in values titits had taken place The limits of this announcement permit us u to name but a few of the theremarkable the1llUukabc theltIllfllkbhe
remarkable > bargains htI lil1s that are at tt your omdisposlJ disposal Hundreds Huudlp s of other oth 1 similar savings may be l ef effected effected r rfeded
fected at this sale 8ue You will be welcome to have your coili OUl purchases P11lCh1S Charged S
New Corded Wash Silks 48c 48cWe 48eWe 48cWe
We open 1200 yards anJa genuine Hand HandWoven HandWovn HansWoven
Woven Corded Japanese H Wash Silks in innarrow Innarrow innarrow
narrow medium and wide corded of effects offeets ofrecta ¬
recta extra heavy quality rich and andlustrous aOOIlHItrous andlustrous
lustrous In the new ne gorgeous spring springshades SfJrlngshadus sprIngshades
shades the dressiest dr6 8le11t fabric for costume costumeor
or evening waist wal L Only ISc per yd
149 CordeJTaffeta Corded Taffeta 98c 98cIf
If you are contemplating cntemlllaU the pur purchase purcha parchase ¬
chase cha e of silk lIk for a reception costume costumeevening eoetU1llQeenln costumeerenlur
evening eenln waist or garniture you 00 will willdo willdo willdo
do well to consider this off offer or of 28 28pieces 3iplefes 39pieces
pieces nighclass plain colored Corded CordedTaffeta CordedTatreta CordedTaffeta
Taffeta plain colored with white heavy heavyCorded beaYCorded heavyCorded
Corded Satin bucbesee and plain eel colore e61ore eelore
ore heavy h white Corded Taffeta Silks SilksTli SilksTli SilksTL
Tli lot is a superb showing of latest latesteulng latesleulng latestieaing
eulng > and street hdc3 In exquisite exquMteolor exqytelior exquisitecior
olor combinations Every yard guar guaranteed gHaraoteoo gusranteed ¬
anteed Positively worth from 15 125 to Ie49cholee
1 49cholee 49 choice for 88c 88c85e Che85c gc gc85c
85c Imported Corduroy 39c 39cVe 3geVoc 39cWe
Voc Ve have about 14 1 pieces heavy Im Imported IHIportell Insported ¬
ported English En lIh Corduroy COEd u roy In such suchshades I14tChllitAdes suchshades
shades as tan new Re blue grey Hunt Hunters IhRter lIwotens ¬
ers er and Mack that we are dotormlHed dotormlHedto
to dote out ind od have ticketed them low lewenough JltWMougk lowenough
enough to accomplish a cORJpU la our wih Choice Choiceof Cltekeor Chokeof
of the 85c values at 3 3k 3k69c 2k69c c c69c
69c French Tiamiei Flannel 49c 49cAllwool 49cAllwool 49cAllwool
Allwool closely woven fine I grade gradeFrench gntdeFrench gradeFrench
French Flannel in light Woe blue pink pinklavender ptakJave pinklavender
lavender Jave der French Fretl b blue automobile automeWlegray autmneWleJray automobilegray
gray cream cadet navy BaY and scarlet scarletTbe 5earl 5earlThe sesriotThe
The popular fabric for a fancy waist waistWe walaltac waistOk
We value at 49c 49cBJack 4 4Bisek 49sBiack
BJack Brilliantine Waists SI98 SI98lIowlnll 198 198following 198roliowing
following lIowlnll upon upontH the he heels Is of the io iocept re recelt socost
celt successful tHC ul sal salanother sale Ie we fe have captured capturedAnother capturedanother
another trophy in Black Brilliantlne BrilliantlneWaists DrillJaa1lMWatats lhrillisutiosWaists
Waists These e are of a fine IRe soft toftlustrous softlustrous orc orcJvstr
lustrous Jvstr finish aD some are handsomely handsomelytucked lIall4lcielaelyttlCkPd handsomelytucked
tucked others beautifully corded cordedTlte conltMlThe cordedThe
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new JH flare cuffs nkely IIkel lined through throughout throaghouL througheeL ¬
out Choice for Sl 1K
69c Evening Embossed Silks 49c 49cHere 49cHere 49chere
Here to an opportunity opporthaityto to obtain for fora tora fora
a trifle a Rood quality Ailsilk IInk Km Kmbossvd X 1Cmboowil
bossvd 1 Sail Satin a BueliMs In such pretty prettyshados prettya prettyshades
shades a an corn lavender Sa CHaIR cerise ceriselight ceriselIbt ceriselight
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costume ac < 3c value alae at atThe We 4cThe WeThe
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new styles excellent txeelle t color 1 121C 121Coo 0 0combination flC flCcombinations
combination oo ISc c and ISo value valueAilwool I IAUwool 2 2Ailwool
Ailwool Silkaatek SilkIa Henriettas 38 38Iwch 31 31he 38leek
leek in all the popular shades ylQC
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Iltnek Serges to yard wide heavy keaTytwiifed JIeyI heavytwilled
twilled excellent I Mack Me Mev 2 2 C C1IoItalr Cvales
v vales vales3lohalr iu iuMohair
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tin We biff wpat high lustrous Inlets tolaaWe b Worth GIft 50 c cH cJIIQMfIted cImported
Imported Mack Henrietta yard ard arda and anda ad ada
a ifuarter uartn wide all wool ex cxceftent CO 62 JLC JLCcellent iC
cellent silk Malaa 75e value ftlueKaUa walue11Mm U2 U2Extra
Extra 11Mm fee quality Ity Black CajswTs CajswTsw cuera1Iair e9s e9slists
lists an wool yard and a MIL sr S1 25
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Flannel Waists SI48 SI48We 148 148We 148We
We group ia I one paM lot all our ourFine oerFiRe tierFine
Fine Black awl Catered Plaaael PlaaaelWaists FlanacIWaists 1 1j
Waists handsomely Jaa braided All the thenewest theDetStps thepawest
j newest DetStps designs W Wstricted We uer er yes ware urrriet wareaSsisted
aSsisted riet choice of 1 1J14S tile lot Tuesday at atS1
J14S S1 149 149Childrens s sChllclrn
Chllclrn i White Crocheted CrochetedLeggius 75C 75CLeai 7fC 7fCLegpins
Leggius Leai three siaes alas good quality tY
This Tells T S of Curtains and the like I
5 7Se for choice of 4 499 yard of SOk SOkottaec SIIktit 50k4141a55
ottaec tit and OoM Crepe ia hnbdaunic pat patteraa patter pattotes
totes ter and beautiful atU1 color colorS e colertss colertssS tort tortS
S 1Sc 1 for boat uaWy ky 54 4 Table Oil Oilctothia 011deth Oilcloth
ctothia cloth IR aretiy IN8U designs 4oigaslie designsige g1III g1IIIlie
lie fee heautfful dt Nottingham otti Lace LaceCurtain LMe LMeClt LseCereals
Curtain Clt alA Baa Katk in white whit sad cr crc create createchoice aat aatchoice
choice c ef 1 a number of pretty ueclgau ueclgauI512c deslgseS ad adIi
I512c Ii 12e for wfcltfi AppNftue Bureau BureauScarfs Da1earfa BureawScarfs
Scarfs rfa and Shams SIta to Match handsome haadceaieeffects handsomeeffects e eeffects
effects worth Wo
SJc for best quality It Drapery Silks ilb ia iapretty 111prttt inpretty
pretty prttt Oriental styles aa aM ad colorings coloringsworth cOoringswerth coloringsworth
worth Sic S5c47c Sicti 3Cc47c
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arf grey neat t colored herders worth 7 77c 79t 79t7r k kNu
7c lee Xatttaffhaai Nu Lace Curtains in inartistic inartistic inartistic
artistic Baral effects < g JIIIMIi o4 width and andloas aDllt sadlsssgth
loas t h worth up i ie t LV at 7c per perpair perr perfor tr trpair
pair r
i for Ifsndsenie Tu > cst cstry strl an1 an1CbenlNe andChenille l lClteDiHe
Chenille Portieres hi latest designs designsand designand
and newest coloring worth wert J29S f at atl at172per I
179 l 172per per pair
were virtually supported by the Govern Government G Governmeat en enmtlIt ¬
meat appropriations appropriationsAccording itppropriatlODAccordllll mappropnistlonsAccording
According to the tb Superintendent of ofCharities ofCJaarlU ofCharities
Charities CJaarlU Herbert W l Lewis wi two of he heprivate Mprivte beprivate
private institutions in the Distract draw be betirren bftT between
tirren tT JlSaft 1S and d 2 20 20999 M each and another anotheriaatitutioa anotherinstitatlo other otherlutittat
iaatitutioa lutittat of a more mo public character se sei sa sawna socures
i cures I 17W9 each year for its auUatea auUateaaaee JllaintaI asaintesanes
I aaee To the other hospitals and char charitable charliable har ¬
i liable institutions for the care of tbe aged agedaad egedsad
I sad a sick w wWb ieh are distributed throughout throughouttbe t rougltoattM
the rIft sums of frees S 9119 M to t 19991 19991are W8 W8are
are given It is said Id that ir the amount amountsf allHMlllltJte
sf the appropriation for aMiateaaace aMiateaaaceatone llaIIiteDallCeIIIIoald maintenancealone
atone should be collected collect ia one sum lit for fora tora fora
a sIngle year there t re would he sutteient sutteientfuads saeIentfunds aMcieatru
funds ru ta S equip and d operate a hospital hospiUli hospitalwhIch
i which It Ida would he without aa a equal ia this litiscvuatry thisecuntry
1 couatry
VliHt hft I In I rroiii Lropuscl LropusclThe ctl ctlU cdTIw
The proposed DeW structure Ja designed designedto
to corer r about half It a city block with its itsgroaaus ItsItroa hagrounds
grounds Itroa and oktbaUdiagsJ eMltildl omtbaildings It wouM he et etan 8CaD ofan
an oraaatental nature and be furnished rr famishedwith furnishedwith
I with aecoMmodatioas far several sevora y hundred hundredpatiaats 1IUa4rMl hundredptlsats
l patiaats There lll < e would be a separate build building bundIDII buildlag ¬
lag for the t e treatment treatmenti l or contagious dill dille din dineases
e eases with a separate stat taK 0 py pyI physicians physiciansand
i and nurses auraeaThe nursesThe
I The aoremment of the buiMlua buildIng would wouldhe wouldlie wouldbe
he entirely fIU under uD er tile direction of the Dis Distrlct DillltrIct Histrict
trIct Cowmlasioners ClI 8Sionera aDd the Superiatea Superiateaaaat Sa Svseriatesdeal eriaea
I aaat of Charities CIaartU and Dd the sWeet J et oC rf the theiaetitutloa theilletittl theS
S iaetitutloa Oll would w Mlld be to care for all the theindigent tltehctheat theiluhigeist
indigent s4 sick k of the city clt As it now stands standsthe staDdthe standsthe
the bill providiag for ita its erection includes includesthe laeludestJie includesthe
the appropriation of several hundred thou tbousaod a5IWHI thousand
sand dollars above abo the u price to be paid for forthe
I the site Itp with which it is expected a band baltdI handsons
I some and substaaUai subalta tl structure can be heerected beN beersted
erected N erstedThc ted tedTL
TLc TL stuff of the institution would he hemadt bemade
made up from among the tb surgeons SUfIH aad aadphysicians aadphI andS
S physicians phI Ia of the poor and the prominent prominentsurgeoas MomlnentSU prominentsurgeun
surgeoas SU 3S of the th city cit A permanent staff staffof tltalof ataKof
of nurses would be maintained and a nurs nursing numsing WS WSID ¬
ing ID school would be established OB the thesame thell1e thesame
same ll1e lines as the school now DO conducted e vcted at atthe atUte atthe
the WMhiasjtoa W l1la t6D Asylum and Emergency 1ssorgeney
Hospitals HospitalsTbe Uotlftit UotlftitThe hospitalsThe
The erection of the municipal hospital hospitalwould
1 would not interfere with Ith tbe present ar arrawsjement ar arra arrangememit
rawsjement ra Ht for the care of the persons who whoare wileare whoare
are injured ia i the streets These people peoplewould peopiPweald peopleweuki
would be b taken to the nearest t hospital Ji im immediately JIBnte haiSedlately ¬
mediately nte latcly where w ere they tLeykI eo maW W be treated treateduntil tiHteciutll treateduntil
until they are seat to their homes the theDractico theuraeUeo theansetlee
Dractico which prevails JrflTa II at present presentn presentA prfteDLA
Tin IendiiiK 1tIHl llJ Companion In the Coat COHIIry CUItIlr Coattry
try < ry r to CoiiJtulidntv CoiiJtulidntvBIRMINGHAM CUIIullIRteDlRiDiGHA CisoiilnleBIRMINCIIAM
BIRMINGHAM Ala AI Jan 1 IThe The details detailsof detailsor detailsof
of the consolidation of the leading cotton cottongin CGttOllgin cottonI
I gin manufacturing companies la the United UnitedStates UnitedI UnitedI
I States having practically radleall been completed completedand completeaDd compiete2and
I and within w Itkl the next few days the Conti Continental COIIUneDtal Cootineeds ¬
needs Gin Works will be organized with withV withW withv
W V T Northlngtoa of this th city elt as presi president president peed peeddent ¬
dent It will buy bU out the following con concerns concerns concerns ¬
NorthiugMuugerPrau Xortblog > ullcerPratt Gin Compcny of ofBlrminghaw ofBIrmingham ofBirmingham
BIrmingham Smith Seams Gin and Machin Machinery beltlnery Macbincry ¬
ery Company of Birmingham Daniel DanielPratt DanielPratt DanielPratt
Pratt Gin Gl and Machine 1Iadd o Company of Pratt Prattville Prattvl1le Prattcilie
ville Ala Wiuship Machine Iachllte Company Compa of ofAtlanta ofAtlanta ofAtlanta
Atlanta Ga Munger Imprcted Cotton Ma Maehiory laehlory Machiery
ehiory Company of Dallas Tex and Eagle EagleGin E igJeGin EagleGin
Gin Company of Bridgewater Brldgew ter Mass MassThese 11 11These MassThese
These are the largest cottongin manu manufacturers Rlaauracturen nianufacturers ¬
facturers of the United States and con control control Otl Otltrol ¬
trol all the principal patents on cotton eottoagjn e ttoDIln cottongin
gin machinery The purpose of the Uteblnalon com combination cernbination ¬
bination is fald to be to control patents patenfetand pMeD pMeDand patentsand
and stop cutthroat competition DImming Birmingham Dlrmlacham DImminghnn ¬
ham will be the koadquarters of Ute new newI Be BeI newcompany
I company which will reprsseat stout Jl JlOMO 11 11I
OMO 091090 0i0 0 in capital capitalGASTORf e3pitaJI capitalIOASTOR
GASTORf I IA A nrhfefcancwM nrhfefcancwMThe rww2Idcaea rww2IdcaeaThe FMtMsadC FMtMsadCThe
The Kind You Have Always Bought Bou ht
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I Domestics D omestIes S
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light and medium grounds u assorted aMOrl aMOrlrlpea sasontdotnipos 1
atripes rlpea lie value value17k he heiIe T T7c
17k 7c for heavy 97 aeeced Wrapper WrapperPlaaaeiette WrapperPIaaHleUe WrapperFlannoleste
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value vaJeI T 0
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and neecy worth wert 7c ic S
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26c for heavy Twilled Grey O Skirting Skirt lag 8 8hansel
Flannel Fla ael all wool worth Me MeLinings aeLinings 3kLinings
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brie Se value value7Se valtttiIe caineI
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alt n eaters mie sad black 12 I l2c value val
14 a4e 4e Car yard wi4 We Glitter Silk Ua li
lags Ia all aeatrahie traWe shades and black biackTal +
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Mack or grey P regular CI 13 I l2c value valueWe 4ttlie value2kfrllinckMeromforsiting
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25e far genuine English Herria Heni HeniHaireJotll I4eCTIndNs boa boaHaircloth S
Haircloth ia I grey or black 21 1 inches incheswiae i ebartiplar 6 6wide
wide r rtiplar fnlar 3fe quality Uty UtySI50 S
SI50 150 1 50 Satine Satlnelindersklrts Underskirts 98c 98cHeavy 98cheavy i
Heavy Black and Colored Satins Ua Uaaeraklrta Cacienkirta Usderakirts < >
aeraklrta aanoel noel lined some with withthree withthree lOt lOttJwee
three ruMes rVes others with corned cordedflounce 4Ioo T Taouace
Ioo flounce aouace worth 15 1S For 98c 98cChiMreas 98 98ChlldHa
S ChiMreas Colored Eiderdown Coats Coausatia Cts CtsHaecI S Sintlee
intlee satia lis lined > ea uiansed with Aa A S 1 1 QO QOAnd 98 Q Qgems
I gems cw cwAnd
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s Not the flimsy flimsyexru lIims lIimsUUe8 flimsyc
c exru earners e8 that are arealmost arealmoet arealmost
almost hammered hammeredand ullUUfrltdalld hammeredsad
and slued to together toSftbtT ¬ 4 4iI1
iI1 gether cther but a well wellmade cclimade ell ellJDltd
made JDltd good qual quality uaJ uaJIty uals7 ¬
s7 ity Heavy n avy Klan Klannrlette YlaaDPlfttf usatJhi +
tJhi nrlette Wrapper Wrapperith Wrapper1Hh WrapperIJifI
IJifI 1Hh ith tbe raist ralat1J maiatnicely raistuicely
nicely 1J tfly lined All Allboice AllfittA J Jchoice
fittA choice dark 01 olors 01orso 01F
F ors Tuesday TutSdMyat TutSdMyat59c at at59c
59c I
Hecht and Company e 5 1 35 35157thSL 35157thSLo8 1 5 7th St
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A Sehamur htttr Go eflu DOII Itlll th the Crew CrewI CccvIs
NORFOLK V Va Jan lThe The Norfalfc Norfalfcschooner Norfeikschooner orWk orWkIooDfr
schooner IooDfr Margaret Carpr Roper Captain fapta Clan Craamer era eraJDer Clanlube
lube reports to her owners 01 tiers here that tU1rammed abs aherammed absrammed
rammed the schoaaer IIC Annie Brown Iko ot otRichmond oCRieblDCMld ofRichmond
Richmond off Halt eras The Brews Bnnraa1IIOft1 sasdc sasdcalmost asakalmost
almost a1IIOft1 immediately lame iatel and her rre crew of ofwere t ton tonases a amen
men were saved hy J the Roper RoperThe R RI RoperThe
The vessel were la a ceClistoa same twos tWellt7aV twostyfive twentyaye ¬
tyaye miles aortanortheast of 9 Hatieraa HatieraaWhether HU8III1IWhether h4auorneWhether
I Whether the Koper was 1 damaged di or net te tenot 18DOt IsDot
DOt known but as she proceeded after the thedangerous tileeroae thedangerous
dangerous eroae work oi resruing the B Screw owas owascrew s screw
crew her rajuries are believed ll4lie to hav havbeen have haveIhwa basebeen
been slight The Drown Brow was worth art ex exclustve 8Jelushe oxelusIve
Ihwa elusIve of her cargo some S 320995 3M nod aadthere IUtdt nodthere
there t was but ti 37099 7 7PATTL nnaee en It ItPAUL kw kwPAUL
Sonic 54 hid AtiriMltiteii IItcelote iisIptcmastf of f the IrciicJi Ati AtiOrwi A Athit ta taI
I tlUh hit ASreimlurinmn cllurun 1ICc 1ICcQ dfeFes
Orwi Q Fes the t London ClobrJ ClobrJIt Globe GloIwIt GlobeIt
It would he difficult to flrd a aclteekered mare ararscheckered marecheckered
checkered career than that of M Paul De Deroukde De Derouk Doroukde
roukde rouk who is new being tried hy the theHigh UteHlslt the111gb
High Court of Justice for t coaspttmey coaspttmeyagafost coupInIeyII eonapirseyagainst
against II lMt the t State He hi a ParisIan rlsiaa said aadwas INt4Iw saidwan
was w boas Hr oa September sept 2 lWs l 184i m Ia the thePlace tilePlaceo thePlace
Place St St CertnaiHlAnxerroJs The hint Htstpoet ItntJIIrt hintpart
part of his Is life was tllttt of It hero nod a apoet apoet
poet During < the t e war he acccaipliabeu acccaipliabeue accomplishedsome ed edMIne
MIne e brave needs when peaeo peaeorestored pttM6wu poesowas
wu restored he wrote some bad badHis 1 tadpoems bedpoema
poems His entrance e into itolife public puMhslife publiclife
life date t frees 11I May IS ISIt 1 1SI 1SIIt i3 i3It
It was at t a fete organized hy J M Saaahouf Saaahoufoa f f9It
oa the occasion of a Mac offered by byI a aI aI
I I widow of M tt Thiers to the Gymnastic Aa Aasoetatiou Assoelatkmsi S Saoelatioll
soetatiou The result of this Ua J meeting JMeUIlfJs JMeUIlfJstH was wasthe s sthe
the fouuuatioa of the Patrtoilr League lAAPed Leagueaad beaflesaid
said d from Inn that mom moment eat M t DeronleoA DeronleoAdressed Prl8IMtklUl DProclSdOikeseed
dressed in his ii long Mack frock coat went wentbe wontabout t tabo4tt
about preachIng polities Fw several 1TaI 713 713lHt yonrabe
be took advantage of every opportunity to todisplay todleplay todisplay
display himself IIt 1r ia public IIIIc The Boalantf Boalantfperiod 11oubaptt 11oubapttperIo hiouiangtstperiod
period was w a goOMad to hi him aad great greatwati iIntwat greatwait
wait the aaattoer eer of speeches Ites he node en enthis 8OJ samthis
this OJ subject Ia 1887 tired tlr of ap polities poHtScal9trn poHdealMnllfC1e politiesstraggle
9trn straggle gle be resolved to withdraw from frompublic enJMlblle wm wmpublic
public life At that time It was said that thatthe dialtile thotthe
the cause tIH of his retirement was a family familysorrow faisilysorrow
sorrow from which lIle1l he would never recover recoverHe recoorerHe recorerHe
He himself said I was a good patEtet patEtetwas pMDtMwas pntriotwas
was I not But 1 prefer to he a good goodfather 1 goodfather 8 8father
father and a good son sonA BA sowA
A few monthft afterward however sud suddenly suddenly soddenly ¬
denly like Jack ia the hex he reappeared reappearedon r
on the scene The life he had bean livfag livfagwas Jl1iIIgwas lertogwas
was too quiet qu t for MM and he needed ex excitement 6CcltelDeDt owcitensent ¬
citement From that day r he took part ia iaI Inall
I all public events It was he he it i 10 said ald by byPetit tyPtlt byPetit
Petit Blue mu who was the Instigator luttptorthe ot otthe ofthe
the hostile reception given gl to Alfonso XII XIIas XIIas 1 1OS
as ho drove through Paris It was he who whosuggested wltosugxeettd whosuggested
suggested the pulling < down do of the German Germannags G Gftags Gammonusgs
nags at the Continental Co tlDelltl Hotel It was w he hetoo hetoo hetoo
too who 110 organised the departure ot flew Doulanger BtMIlallger flewhanger
hanger at the Lyons Lro Railway Station Such Suchare StIChare Suchare
are some me of the exploits uplot r attributed t tl him himOthers Itl ItlOtllers hImOthers
Others are too recent to require mention mentionAmong JlMlttloLARIOD mentionAmong
Among ARIOD > the anecdotes not generally generallyknown geeeralbkaoWD generallyknown
known the foHojring r lnc may be quoted rtIe rtIeI TAe TAeday Thedsy
I day when his Ink electoral bill WM w ported poMedup postedS
1 up P Deroulede met CamIlle Doucet The Thevenerable Tki Tb Tbvenerable
i S venerable academician said to tbe t youeg youegpoet o or
r poet Derouleue I have seen yew baTlS baTlSWhat wt wtW1Jat blih blihWhat
What a mistake you r make my Mend tri In Inrushing litrwhlDg Iarushing
rushing into politic Instead of continuing continuingto eeutlll eeutlllto cosUnaIw cosUnaIwto
to be a poet poett AT I tCal Camille Decat waa waIMt waaetis not notIn
In the wrong wrO g tkottgu > Paul Derooieae rotIletie was wastoo WUtoo wastoo
too Wind to see it itThe iL iLTbe S SThe
The UNUitl Jlothod JlothodFroM 3ltitloiiPress luthoI1FfGtfI
FroM the ItatMR nuttlie lanasl lanaslHe
lie aspires to mo ee M lit the gl ist ef IIIk tke pee peeide
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