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2 THE EYENIK0 TIMES WASHEHW WASRL fON SATURDAY SA URDAYiDECElIBER DECEMBER 22 2 1900
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THBllTAUGURALBANOUBT THBllTAUGURALBANOUBTTba
Tim Committee Named to Make MakeSmiafrifr MakeS lakeSritahl
Smiafrifr Sritahl S ta11rrangements ta11rrangementsSpeeinl Arrangements ArrangementsSpecial fs fsSltecial
Special Hates Granted by tile nc Balti Baltimore BnIUul Baltiinure ¬
more ul re and nndO Ohio 1o Railroad for Indi Indldnab InCIL InCILvidunl3 Individuals ¬
viduals dnab and am Organizations OrganbntlonsBnrely OrganbntlonsBnrelySIx Barely BarelySix
Six Thotisanil irhousnnd Bollars Do11nrSto Lnc1dn Lnc1dnto tnclcinsr tnclcinsrto
to to Complete the theG Guarantee nntee Frnd FranAT FrndA FrndAmcetIng
AT A AmcetIng > meeting ot o the Inaugural Committee Committeetrill C Ccmmltteewrn 1Duniteeorin
trill orin be i held at at8 8 oclock oclock tils thl evening even ins In totie Inth Intlle
tie th parlors ot the Arlingtpu Hotel Such Suchoi S Sthof ch cheft
oi of the plans for the th inaugural ceremonies ceremoniesals ce montt S Sa1hae
als a1hae z have developed will rfll b bt bt presented for fortfie fordie rorthe
die consideration cf the committee Sug Sageestlpns Sugestlons SugesUons
eestlpns estlons lor or tha elaboradun of the scheme schemeof schemer
of t the the ceremonies bcyon1 yonr1 what has pre prevailed prel1ed prevtI1ed ¬
vailed l1ed at former Inausuniions will be laid laidfefore laidlfetIe laidlore
lore the meeting Reports from the va various arlouS varrou ¬
rious rrou subcommittees wh winch ch have given givenconsideration givendiasideratlon gIvencijzisideraUon
consideration to the duties dutresasslgned duti assigned to toi3em toem totfla
tfla i3em em will be heard and it Is expected ected that thatgeneral that1Ural thatanaral
general 1Ural directions for procdire p re will be begiven begiven begiveft
given to such committees try the Inaugu Inaugural Imrugural Inaugural ¬
ral Committee CommitteeChairman CDmmitteeCha1rman CommitteechaIrman
Chairman Edson m werag wasriSwfit = ih for the first firsttime thsttime firsttIme
time within ther thewt Treble = Ic from niti desk in the therooms theTPOms thergoms
rooms of the committee committ1e Hly HIsbusiness business af affairs af affairs ¬
fairs f entirely abandoned by him b kt fu i since the theorganization theorgal theorganization
orgal organization zation ofthe oth cpmmittee exactedrhis exactedrhisattention exactetlhlsahention cxactedhlzaltentlon
attention today He announced that Ad Admiral Ad1ri1ral Adaural ¬
aural George Dewey has consented to form formone formone formoneotthe
one oneotthe of orthe the members of the Inaugural Ina gtIralCom gtIralCommittee Com Committee Committee ¬
mittee mittee and hI5namehas iiisuame ls name has beennddod to itspersonneI itspersonnel its itspersonnel
personnel personnelThe personneIThe personnelThe
The secretary has receive a from the theBaltimore theBaltimore theBaltimore
Baltimore Baltimore and Ohio Railroad an an announce announceinenr aunounce aunouncement announeemeat
meat of o the special specialIJass passenger ger rates adopt adopted adopted adopted ¬
ed in vies of the inauguration ceremonies ceremoniesThese ceremoniesThese ceremoniesThese
These are the most liberal rates made by bythe bythe bythe
the company in a great many years and andwill andwill andwill
will aid materially In attracting to Wash Washington WasbiDgton Washington ¬
ington a large number n mber of visitors on this thisoccasion thisoccasion thisoccasioIL
occasion The rates are ar as as follows followsIndividuals followsIndifdualsone followsIndivFiualsOne
Individuals Indifdualsone One firstclass limited fare farefor farefor farefor
for for the roundtrip ounitr1 tickets of form 3 3 to be besold besold besold
sold ant arn good going March 1 1 2 i and 3 3and 3and i iand
and from points within 150 miles of WashingtO1 Washington Wash Washington ¬
ington D C on March 4 ali good return returning returning returnlug ¬
ing leaving Washington to March 8 In Inclusive incl Inclusie ¬
clusive cl clusieMilitary clusiveMilitary
clMilitary Military and other othe1GrganiriionsOne othe1GrganiriionsOnecent oth organizationa crganizailonsOee crganizailonsOeecent One Onecent
cent a mile each way ahortline mileage mileagewith mil mileagewith
with a minimum per per capita nita fare of 18 18for 10lor 1Ofor
for fifty or more traveling toaether t ether on sal salid aolId 11 11id <
id ticket In both directions Same days of ofsale ofa1e
sale a1e and limits as for individual individualAdvance l1 thl1vdualr thl1vdualrAdvaace Uduah UduahA 1
Advance A vance committees to to mak make arrange arrangements i urrnngenientsFor rr1ng ¬
ments m entsFnr Fnr committees es not isceeding isceedingthree ltceedlngthrle tacceedingthree I
three persons half the per capita fare farecharged irecharged farecharged
charged organizations traveling tI2ve1i on Iron Ironclad ironclad ironclad ¬
clad individual tickets to be used within withinthe withinthe
the required requ 1ed limit not exceeding February Febrnl February2S Y II
28 I3M I3MTHe 196LThe 19111Tile
THe Committee on on Banquet nquet has been beenorganized beenorganized I
organized by the chairman ch rman John T De Deytn Devin Devine
ytn vin vine < K As submitted and approved appro ed by Mr MrEdson MrEdson I
Edson Edso the committee is as follows followsJohn followsJohn follewsJohn
John John T Devine vine Chairman Thomas ThomasIfownsend ThomasTownsend I
Townsend Keller Vice Chairman Clar Clarence Clarence Liaronce ¬
ence DeKnight D Knight George Smallwccd Pank PankV Faelcv I
V Bennett tt Richard ti hard A Johnson Dr DrHenry DrHenry I
Henry Kro Krogrtnd ogstad S s G Ccravrell Ben BenHelleri BenBliea
Helleri Hdlet William Williasi Andrew Boyd Dr A A A S SUTaddox 5Maddct S3raddc I
UTaddox Dr Walter F Harbrri HarbrriFred HarbfnFred HarlwnFred
Fred f Squire Major Iajo E E A Clifc Clifcford CUt CliftoEd
I
ford Oscar J Rickctts RIck lts G GDe DeM Sherman ShermanTae SJrern ilhermanThe > an anI1ie
Tae subscriptions to the guarantee guaranteefunti iuati iuatifor funUior i
for the inauguration expenses eXleRS S as aiy aiynounced a aa aaflounced I Inounced I
nounced today by Charles C arles T Bell Chair Chairman CnalrI Cnalrman Chairman ¬
man of the Finance FinlnceCom1llttee Committee bring the theaggregate the6ggre theaggregate
aggregate 6ggre nte amount up to nearly 514800 514800There UOOO 14OOOThere UOOOThere
There are several large subscriptions in inBight in insight insIght
sight hourly expected e eted to be added to the thefund thefund thefund
fund There seems to Tie na doubt that tassthetoll tillttthefulamount thatlhefull
thetoll thefulamount amount pi O ci the guarantee fund und will willfcesubs winhe willhe
fcesubs he SubSerbooby ebflerIb rJbed d by McadayrrTiest Teeek W ek or orbyTuESfeiy orbrTue orbyTncsdey
byTuESfeiy brTue y at 1h the latest lat st The Th additional aHtionalsubscriptions additionalsuhscr1ptlens cdition l lsubsilript1cms
subscriptions as s Announces D b by Mr BelF BelFPreTfeBsly BeJrreif BeffareToIis
areToIis areToIisPreriolaly reif < u Wso WsoPr
PreTfeBsly Pr rio Sly acknowledged > i fl3S Lft I Iden Lsdeubnrg
itenSorg den nrg Thaiman s Co o tO J609 T R R Mar Marshall Mar Marh Marhall
shall h hall ll 300 l William C Di Di 580 M O Hotel HotelGoraeu EotelGor HotelGonlon
Goraeu u 16 lM Hv H L L Biscoe 3WO Theodore TheodoreW TI1 udore udoreW
W Xoyes uee ie l Walter Wat r H Marlovr arloW WO WOA lOOA eo eoA
A B B Browne 119 100 AloMtntJer Britton BrittoaIM BrittonU BrittonlIS
U IM John Z Weaver W 30 O Crapley Bo Boeler B3k B3kcler Boeler
eler 3 8 O H H R Howenstein 50 oI o J L H Httiers H HUers H11ers
ttiers 425 R 2 Charles E Eo Tribby 35 total totaltodate totalto totaltodate
todate to date 13SS 13SSOGu 13851 13851O 13S 13So
O OGu GTTABD RD AGAINST SH SHTilt SMALLPO SMALLPOrhe S ATTPOX ATTPOXrh
Tilt rhe rh 3lilitia Called Out at n ntWVa Clivrkslinrff ClivrkslinrffCLARKSBURG C1nrksbur C1nrksburTo
WVa WVaCLARXSBUR To ToCLARKSBURG
CLARKSBURG W Va Dec 22 2A A re rel re reort retort
l ort > ort reaching re chit this city yesterday that six sixty sixtyncgraes sixty ¬
ty tyncgraes negroes who had been exposed to small smallpox sma1lp smallpox ¬
pox p had left Wallace WaIl cc on the Shore e Line LineRailroad Line LineRailroad LineRailroad
Railroad for Clarksburg a conference was washeld washeJdbetweeJl waaheld
held heJdbetweeJl between Dr Fleming Howell and Dr DrM DrltI DrId
M J 1 Barlett Bartlett the city ity and county health healthofficers heailofficers healthofficers
officers They decided to resist the entry entryof cntIyoC on onof
of the negroes to the city Accordingly Accordinglythe Accordinglythe ccordinglythe
the local company of the National Guard Guardwas GuardWa3 Guardwas
was called out and stationed so they could couldcommand couldcommand couldcommand
command the roads in the city cityAll cityAll cityll
All ll colored men sill ill be beheld held up until untilthey untilthey untilthey
they can give a good account of them themselves themselves themselves ¬
selves or prone themselves not to be af afSicted afr afUcted aficted
Sicted icted
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CO2 coEEssEs EESSHS SES TO TOItiIRDEB TOItiIRDEBDien MURDER MURDERen SUEDESSl
Sl Dien en n Previously Held Released on the tlieReal tlteRenl thelien
Real Criminalize Admission AdmissionLEXINGTON AlimissionLEXINGTON tilmissionLEXINGTON
LEXINGTON Ky Dec De 22 22Siunu 22SamuelVftnover Samuel SamuelVanover l lVanover
Vanover aged thirty has confessed to toMagistrate tolra1strate tois1strnte
Magistrate is1strnte Quenlen of Lstcher County Coun to tothe to totbemurderof tothe
the tbemurderof murder of Mrs Mina Hall and her six sixteenyearold si siteenyearold sixteenyearold ¬
teenyearold son Charles Charlesl1 la November NovemberMrs NoemLerMrs NovemberMrs
Mrs Hall and her son were w re found dead and andVanorer andVaIUlTer andVanirrer
Vanorer went to the authorities author1t and told toldthem toldClem toldthem
them that he was at the Hall HalIhmne home whenLige whenLiga when whenLige
Lige and Sol Fleming brothers came in intnd in4 in4Ind in1Lud
tnd murdered the woman and her son sonHe son sonHe sonHe
He described describ d the killing in such a man manner lIUlIIher manboa ¬
her as to lead the authorities to the belief beliefthat belietthat balletth5tthe
that th5tthe the Fleming > were guilty Theywere TheywereBirested T They were wereItrrested weie weiearrested
arrested and it was only by mere cnance cnancetfcat C chance ancethat chancethat
that they escaped lynching lynthin The Flemings Flemingswere Flemingswere Flemingaweaw
were held for the grand Jury and Indicted IndictedTheir Indictedsir indicteheir
Their heir sir trial was set f for or February Yanover Yanoversays VanoverSays Vmioversays
says he can no longer stand the th strain strainrVtmover drainVauover atrainVanover
rVtmover shows signs ot insanity The TheVjjem3ngs TheJemings Theiemiugs
Vjjem3ngs < Jemings will be released releasedDetth releasetLDeath
Death oC n n Nonagenarian VonngcnnrJanNORTHPORT NonagenarianonTHPORT
1 NORTHPORT N T Dec ZL 22The The old oldiest oldiest
re5t iest resident of this t ls village Mrs Adaline AdalineB
i > B Fox aged ninetytwo died suddenly suddenlylthla suddenlyth1s suddenl7thIs
lthla thIs morning She was a pensioner of ofthe nfthe oftha
the war of 1S12 1S12l 1812WHO 1512WIJo
I
l WHO H JC IS Women as well as mac are areIE arcmade
IE li v7 > > = made enmis miserable by bya byaTO kidney and andTO antTO
TO bladder blad trouble Dr Kilmers KilmersSwsrop lillmcrsSwmp KilmeraSwrin
Swsrop Swrin Boot the thcgrclt great kidney
RT BL B fJL L VI MT ME t iL remedy promptly 11 mpt1y cures At Atdruggists
i druggists jj m fifty fiItycent ent and = d dol dollar dolJar dolhr ¬
Jar sizes Tau may may have a sample = ple bottle by mail mailfree nailfree =
free also pamphlet telling tel1inrU all about it and its itsvrrcderfuj itsitmderfu1 itswonderful
wonderful rnrrs rnrrsAddrea C11reSA enreddrem
Addrea A ddrem Dr Kilmer 1 Cof Co Binghamton 2J 2 Y
A GIBE SANTA SANTACL JDLATTS US AB AB3Teiv AELAZE ABTA7 ABTA7New
New Yorte YoicPnpi1 oikPnpll Pnjiil l Fatally < atall3T Burned at a aSchool nSchool aSchool
School Celebration CelebrationNEW CelebrationNEW CelebrationNEW
NEW YORK YOPK Dec e 22 22The The celebratlcn celebratlcnofthe celebr ceieatlcnofthe tlcn tlcnfthe
ofthe Christmas holidays by the children chlIdrentJubllc childrenof I Iof
of tJubllc Public School N 44 was begun yeater yesteday yesterday j jday
day afternoon It ended en ed almost as soon soonAS soonas soonns
AS begun in panic and fire t1r witK one of ofthe orthe ofthe
the gayest of the little ones a victim to toitnrjis tolirna
itnrjis 1 iIUB that will wlllprove prove fatal fatalThere fJtaTThere fatalThote
There was a big Christmas tree tr < e In the theassembly theassembly theassembly
assembly room and presents pre5 ntsftDtl and fandy fandyfor fandyl cnndyfor
for all the little UttIeoDe3 ones After the noon noonrecess noonrec noonretrsn
recess they marched upstairs to the top topfloor topfloor
floor fur ft r their afternoonTs fun funThere funTherebeforo funThere
There Therebeforo before the 20ff OO scholars scl1ola So of the thegrammar thegrammar thegrammar
grammar department stood tlis t tree treeloadtid treeload true1oadd
loadtid load d down with presents Presents and twinkling twinklingwith twinkUngwith twinklingwith
with a thousand lights HshtsFourteenyearold lihtsFourteenyearold lightsFourteenyearold
Fourteenyearold Carrie Haaley of ofNo or414 ofNo
No 414 Greenwich Greenwi h Street Street was playing playingSanta playmgSanta playIngSanta
Santa Claus She wore a along long red robe robeand robeand robeand
and a high conical hat all tricked out outwith outI outwith
I with with white cotton She She was mtS reciting re Iting a alittle alittle
I little Christmas story storyI story storySuddenly storySuddenly
I Suddenly the tall hat got into a gas Jet JetIt jetIt jetIt
It was as ablaze in a monient and the girl girlcrazed girlI girlcrazed
I crazed with fright and andpaln ndltfn pain ran full tilt tiltinto tiltI tiltinto
I into the Christmas true e The flaming amin hat hatset hati hatset
i set it on fire In to trice and then there therewas therewas therewas
was a E O1Ic > iIc < Carrie distracted by her herburns herI herburns
I burns burns baa plunged into the thick of the thechildren theI thechildren
I children Two o hundred children made fur forthe furithe furthe
ithe the stairways nadir IWidl fighting to get out outfirst oatfirat outfirst
first firstOnly firatOnly firstOnly
Only Miss Ella COnway the principal principalkept prim principalkept fpaJ fpaJkept
kept her head She seized the blazing girl girland girland girland
and rolled her on the thefroor floor putting out the theflames thefuunes theflames
flames at last but not until the child was wasburned wasburned wasburned
burned about the head face face and limbs limbsBliss limbsiss limbsMiss
Bliss iss Conway herself was also ais painfully painfullyburned painfullyburned painfullyburned
burned burned as was Miss May Hamilton an another another another ¬
other teacher tcacherlteanw4fle teacherMeanwhile teacherMeanwhile
Meanwhile lteanw4fle the children were struggling strugglingto
to get downstairs and the noise of th thpanic the thepanJ thepaiito
panic panJ reached the primary department be below be below below
low where there were 500 more children childrenOne childrenOne childrenOne
One teacher hurried to the piano and andstarted andstarted andstarted
started Strike up the band band here comes comesa
a sailor And nd to that tune the 500 little littleones UtUeones littleones
ones filed out without semblance of fright frightor
or disorder though the older ones upstairs upstairswere upstairswere upstairswere
were hurrying out mad with terror terrorThe terrorThe terrorTh
The Th Christmas tree was all ablaze now nowand nowand nowand
and through all three exits the children childrenwere childrenwere chuidrenwere
were pouring Down In the t e street Police Policeman PoUceman Policeman ¬
man Eggers of the Leonard Street Sta Station Station SIntIn ¬
tion tIn saw sawtlJe the commotion and rushing up upstairs upstairs upstairs ¬
stairs quieted quietEdthe the remaining panicstrick panicstricken ¬
en children and andwith with the help of several severalteachers severalI sereralteachers
I teachers extinguished the flames fiamesCarrie flamesCarrie
1 Carrie Hanley was g moaning on the floor floorDr fioorI floorDr
I Dr Page came In an ambulance from the theHudson theHudson theHudson
Hudson Street Hospital and shook his hishead hishead hishead
head when he examined e mined her injuries It Itwas Itwas Itwas
was slid at the hospital that the little littlegirl Uttlegirl littlegirl
girl was fatally burned Miss Conway was wasnot wasnot wasnot
not seriously injured and she went home homeafter homoafter homeafter
after her burns were dressed The school schoolbuilding schooli schoolbuilding
i building bundlu was only slightly damaged and andthe andI andthe
I the engines were not called calledpARnfYNrrn ca11edI ca11edPARDOhm calledPABDONED
I
PARDOhm pARnfYNrrn > ST THE TE GOVERNOR GOVEBITOESix
i Six tx Virginia irginlncun Convicts rct Set Free for forCfariKtnin forCbrJitntns or orI
CfariKtnin CfariKtninEICHftOND ChriJoitnlnJlI CbrJitntnsRICHMOND
I I l RICHMOND CHSI XD VC V v5 r Dec De 22 22s As is cus customary cusr customary ¬
r tomary Governor Govern r Tyler has presented par pardons pardons ¬
I dons to six convicts as Christmas gifts giftsThese giftsI giftsThese
I These were cases c es recommended rccomme ded by the thehcardof thebo theboar1f
hcardof bo rlt directors directorsThe d1r digectorsThe ctoZS ctoZSThe
The most notable not ble case presented to the theGovernor theGovernor
I Governor Goic i ir < is is that th2t of of Frank Coles Col s the theliSnehbnrg theI theLnehburgburglawhiehhas
liSnehbnrg Lnehburgburglawhiehhas n hbtlTg burglaryishichhas 1rnrgl 7W hiChhasn not otyetbeen otyetbeenaeted yet been beenacted beeaacted
acted upon Coins history Is interesting interestingHe ¬
I
He E Is Is a Xew Englander probably from fromilaine fromI fromMaine
Maine jr lne Cafes C fes drifted to Georgia where wherefor whereI wherefor
I
I for fora a time Um he earned a living The New XevEnglander Xe XeL NewEnglander
L Englander finally found Ioundi his way to toTynehburs toLyn toLynebbur
Tynehburs Lyn < hbur as a burglar In the latter lattercity l3t1eEcllYhe lattercity
city cllYhe he hwattemptedt attempted empted to t600re bore through into a ajewelry aj ajswelr
jewelry j welr shop whiclfhc w yjilchhc hc purposed I1rPiis urp sedto to tor rob robmistake b A Amistake AOmist
mistake mist ke was as made mlldc and Utd Inst instead nste do ifof of bbring bbringIntOr bbrfngiIto bbringinto
into iIto a aJewehT Jewelry osiabiLshment oS t1iIlspme t1ie hewas Iia was was bor boring borng bartrig ¬
trig ng Into a bedroom CoIls was caught caughtconvicted caughtconvIcted caughtconvicted
convicted and sent se tto to tfie penitentiary penitentiaryHis
His case has interested a Sabbath school schooljteacher chool choolt chooijeacher
jteacher t who has made an earnest effort effortto eiIortI effortto
I to obtain clemency The Governor now nowMs no nowls
1 Ms ls the tho case of CbTes 0 O les e s and has reached no noctmjdusion no nof nonp4psIon
f ctmjdusion pJpslon upon it i iI itLt
5 I It may be stated that unless some ap apUparent apf apI
f I Uparent pfenL ent inconsistencies can be cleared up upIjjjcpnjrection uptIL upIa
Ijjjcpnjrection tIL Ia connection f StI n with ih Coles statements statcm ts the thepardon theparion e ep
pardon p parion roon wltTnoitbe win not no be granted In his hlS0rigl hlS0rigln origi original originat ¬
nat application Coles says he is a reform reformed reCormeq reformM ¬
ed man inannpl ami nd desires d sireshls < his freedom that he hemay heD herlaa2y
may D rlaa2y go as s a a mlssfonary to some foreign foreigncountry foreigncountry foreigncountry
country Since that thattim time time however he has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been punished for having a a razor conceal concealed concealetl ¬
ed on onh his is person pe r which WhiC h he is unable to toexplain toexplain toexplain
explain His prison record in other re respects rc rcC respcetz ¬
1 spects C is not good g009A goodBalfiaiorc goodA
A eHItATHROIC P1T ANTEEOPIC ANTEEOPICBuitimore CORNER CORNERDn
Balfiaiorc Dn thnore 3Icrelant jE Explains xnlainx JII JIIDeal II IIDcaI lllDeal
Deal In tile Yurlrey urkey market marketBALTIMORE MarketBALTIMORE UnrkctBALTBIORE
BALTIMORE Dec 22 22Frank Frank P Rey Reynolds Reynolds Reynolds ¬
nolds o of the thcr1 firm rm cf qi Owen Reynolds Son SonCo S SanCo n nC
Co C has been b en asked about the corner corneron corneron corneron
on turkeys whi srhich his h firm frm Is reported to toBe t tobe
Be trying trng to ef effect L Mr MReyold Reynolds said saidThere aaidThere < ai aiee
There ee is a mistaken mst2ke impression impreSIon s broad abroadthat broadthat br brtt
that tt I am trying to corner corer the market mrk t In Inorder inorder
order to raise rise prices and clear cle a a large sum sumat amaat
t at one stroke stoke but ut such mc is i not the te case caseWhat ce caseWhat
What Wat I want to do co is to buy now and ad sell sellat 2eHat sellat
I at a fair fi profit profl later later not tb t put pt the price priceat prce prcet priceat
at t a prohibitive pohibite figure fige simply because becaue I Icontrol Ij Icontrol
control co ntrOla a large larg e portion Pr on of the supply sn PP If My Mymotives Mymotives Iy IyJUve
JUve motives arc a directly diecty the opposite oppositeEvery opposie opposietr oppositeEvri
j Every tr Christmas Ch s and New Year Eve Evewhen E Ewhen Erawhen
when the poorer pooer classes classego go to do their theirmarketing theirmketing theirms
marketing mketing ms ± ketlng late in the evening they find findbought fnd fndI findthat
I tt that al all the good trkeys turkeys have been beenJ
I bought bough by those who could market earlier earlierand crIer crIerand earlierand
J and that those which wbc are ae left left are ting tfcingsold beIngsold
I sold at prices prces beyond beyud all reason some sometimes someties sometimes ¬
times ties going as high as 25 2 cents ccnt a pound poundthe 1ound 1oundI poundIn
I In In other ter wrs words tese these speulators speculators mak makt make makethe
the poor to t whom turkey trkey is i a a real rel luxury lu lusurypay
1 pay py far t more mae than tha the te real ral value rn We WeI WeI Wetregblng
I are neg tregblng going to t meet mee this class of dealers dealer by bylaying bylyin bylaying
lyin laying In an enormous euonous stock of good goodJ goodfowls
J fowls owls which we w wtwill will wH sell seI at about about 12 1 of ofaiSteceatSi orI2
I2 cents wen when weare now buing buying tEm tEma them thema
aiSteceatSi a 9 cents la I this t way wewlll weJl make makeconsiderable a aconsiderable
a 9cets Y me
considerable cnsideble profit prft for ourselves oreive and an at atthe rt rtte atthe
the te same sme time tme be be doing a real rer service serviceto seice seicetathe servicetb
tathe to the poor 100r of the city cityHiss ciy ciyii city3ftsa
Hiss ii Rockefeller Rockefeler Returns ReturnsNEW Retuns RetunsNE iteturnaNEW
NEW NE YORK YR Dec Dec 22 2 2ZMissAits Miss s At Altai Rocke Rockefeller Rcke Rcketeer Rochefeller ¬
feller teer daughter dughter of John ohn D Rockefeller Rockefellerarrived Rockefeler RockefeleraIvedtodY Rockefellerarricid
arrived aIvedtodY today on on the he Canard urd line lne steamer steamerCampania steametCampania
Campania Capana 0ru Onte the same sEcTessl vessel resse was ws Miss MissRockefellers MianRockefellers
I Rockefellers RoceCelers fiance fce 11 l 11 Parmles Parml Prentice PrenticeMiss F PrenticeMIss ntce ntceMiss
Miss Rockefeller Rockefeler who has ha had hd some Sme trou trouble tu tuble troubin ¬
ble with wit her hearing lerg has h been 1en under undertreatment uner unertreat undertreatment
treatment treat n of Dr Dr Muller Mule of Vienna Vienn and Is Issaid Lvsaid
said sd to be almost entirely entrely cured curedO cured curedTO curedTO
TO O CURE C A A COLD Ef I ONE O DAY DATake DAYT DXrTake
T Take ake e laxative LticBroo Bromo Quinine Qine Tablets Talet All Alldruggists Alldruggists 1
druggists refund rd the t money if it fails to cure cureE cureR curea
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mF11 Efl RFORTHHHELPI FIIRTIIR rnrrn lliii TTPTTIT ffIILPLE ffIILPLEChistmas UJjJLJlJJiiUU UJjJLJlJJiiUUChristmas r LNHX Pn SR SRCbl n nr
Christmas Cbl sfmas Pleasures Ple Q eS foe forOl1 Oi Obhaus ObhausauilOther > hans Iiaiisan hanst
t an aniIOth auilOther 3 Other f IJhf t Unfoithiftates UnfoithiftatesGcncr if brtrinates brtrinatesin rftintes rftintesGcncrODIf
GcncrODIf Gcncr u in Preparattona Prej inationi Going G on o in inthe inthe inthe
the Vnrlons Homes HomesGood HomesGood Good pinners pinnersah pl1n Dinners Dinnersafll1 zt ztniul
ah niul l Presents in Pro ProslectAr ProslectArrzflhite5tents i > ect ctAr ctArnmg Ar Arranseiien
ranseiien nmg rzflhite5tents 5 cnts < s of the Central C ntrnl Union TDnlouMission UnionMISMIOn oe oelIs8
Mission lIs8 on and Variona V1 lOUj Other ther Dile DilePr Bodies BodiesPreparations H < nlles nllesPreparations
Preparations Pr paratfonsare are being made on every everyhand everyhand vcry vcryhand
hand for a merry Christmas An air of ofpeace otpeace ofpeace
peace and good will ½ pervades pev cIea the tli9 atmos atmosphere almospbere hno hnol1bcre ¬
phere and everybody seems scemsto tOvbe be happy JiappyHolly happyHolly happyHolly
Holly mistletoe and Christmas Christm s trees trees are areoffered areoffered areoffered
offered for sale saleln In almost all parts of the thecity thecity thecity
city and combine togive to give it a most pictur picturesque pleturesque pieturesque ¬
esque and joyful aspect Not ot only the thewealthy theealthy thewealthy
wealthy and those thoseiicho jrcho hoare are more liberally liberallyblessed liberallyblessed liberallyblessed
blessed with things th1n which go o to toinake make this thislife thisJle thislife
life agreeable and pleasant are are preparing pyeparingfor preparingfor eparlng eparlngfor
for a proper celebration of Yuletide but buttho b butthe t ttho
tho children of everybody thfcharg the charges S of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the world the e orphans the the poor the ua uafcrtunate UDfertunate anfcrtunate
fcrtunate and sick sicknre are looking toward towardChristmas towardChristmas towardChristmas
Christmas and its attending festivities festivitiesand testiv festivitiesand tes tesand
and pleasant surprises Wl with th happyantci happyantcipatlons happy happyarttcipatlons
patlons To these Christmas means a agreat agrcatdeal agreat
great grcatdeal deal more and has probably a agreater agreater agreater
greater significance than t auto to their better bettersituated bcttersItuated bettersituated
situated brothers br thers And < nd sisters It Is to tothem tothem tothem
them like an oasfs in the desert of a life lifeoverburdened UCeoverburdened lifeoverburdened
overburdened with privations pri prlv tonE pain mis misery miscry miscry ¬
cry and want wantAmong wantAmongo wantAmong
Among all those who claim attentionmore attcnti attention ttcnti9nmore u umore
more readily than others Is the orphan orphanPreparations orph orphanPreparttions n nPrepariltlons
Preparations haTe been going on during duringthe duringthe duringthe
the past week edc in the various orphan asy asylums asylums asylums ¬
lums in the city elt to tocclebrate celebrate theevint the ev nt In Ina Ina Ina
a a fitting manner manner Public Puli1ic spirited sp iff d citi citizens citizenscharitable ellAruns ¬
runs zenscharitable charitable institutions insUlutionsand and church churches ¬
es have liberally contributed tcward this thisend thisnd thisend
end nd in view snow The bequest of the the1Jlte the1JlteW late lateW lateiv
W iv W WL Corcoran to the various var oua orphan orphanasylums orpIunssylums orphanasylums
asylums in this city lty which provides for forChristmas forChristmas forChristmas
Christmas gifts and all sack t1ch thlugs thh as asmake asmake assnake
make the heart of the children happy ia iaregarded isregarded Inregarded
regarded as a regular Godsend It en enables enabIes enables ¬
ables them to t provide Christmas on a apretty apretty apretty
pretty liberal scale scaleSt scaleSL scaleSt
St SL Josephs Orphan Asylum which is isIn isin isin
In charge of the Sisters of the Holy Cross Crosswill Croswill Crosswill
will observe Christmas as follows Early Earlymass Earlymass Earlymass
mass at at7 7 oclock a a m IDj breakfast breakastS2II1es breakastS2II1esot games gamesof gamesof
of football basketball basket 11 on the playground playgrounddinne playgrounddinne playgrounddinner
dinne at 1 o oclock eloek consisting consistln of Z turkey turkeycranberry turkeycranberry turkeycranberry
cranberry sauce mines pie fruits Ice ICGream Icecream Icecream
cream ream candy etc ete supper will be served servedat serTcdat servedat
at S oclock and will also so consist of extra extracourses extracourses extracourses
courses After supper snpperan an entertainment entertainmentwill entertainment entertainmentwi1lbe entertainmentstill
will wi1lbe be given by the orphans and volun volunteer volunteer ¬ I Iteer
teer talent The younger yaungerlnmates Inmates willjje willbepresented wiilbepresented willjjepresented
presented with toys and the older ones onesBI1I oneswill oneswill
will receive useful articles such as hand handkerchiefs handkerchiefs handkerchiefs ¬
kerchiefs ties ties etc etc Everything Everrthinghas has been beendonated beenonated beendonated
donated by merchants and kindhearted kindhcartedpeople kindhelrtedveop1e kindheartedpeople
people ami the Sisters In the name of oftheir ottheIr oftheir
their charges desire to express their theirheartfelt therbetrtfelt Xhelrheartfelt
heartfelt thanks thanksThe than1i thafikaThe
i The girls of St 5t Vincents Asylum Asylumwho Asylumwho Asy um umi
i who have removed r oved to their new home homeat homeI homeat
I at Edgwood Ed ood WIll be entertained entertainedat entertainedatI at atChristmas atChristmas
I Christmas in the same manner as the theSt theI theSt
I St Josephs boys The Sisters of Char Charity Char CharI CharIty ¬
I ity of St St Vincent have prepared piep rco a aroyal aro aroyal
royal ro l feast for their thelrlDUe iltUe ones onesShouts onesI onesShouts
I Shouts of merry laughter re resound resolind resound ¬
sound through the commodious commodiousWashington commodiousWashIngton comtnodiousWashington
Washington City Orphan Asylum Asylumcorner Asylumcorner Asylumcorner
corner Fourteenth and S Streets Streetsnorthwest Streetsnorthwest Streetsnorthwest
northwest Wagon loads of presents have havebeen haebeen havebeen
been received during the week at ths thI in institution instit institUtion ¬
stitution stit tlon and a truly merry Christmas Js Jsawaiting isaaitlng s sacaiting
awaiting the be little ones of thisasylun thisasylunEntertainmJts this asylum asylumEntertainments asyiumEnterIninmiflts
Entertainments will Be i gisrn n during the theday thetlayby theday
day tlayby by the various ariousSabbathsthools arlous Sabbath Sabbathsthools shools The Theusual Theu9u Theusual
usual u9u ll Chriijtmas dinner acompanied by byotner byotha byother
other dellcrjelesi eliaclcs will beSerred beSerredThe bese benervedThe d dThe
The German Orphan Op anASyIUII Asylum nm OiI1 in cels celsbrate c cetabutte T Tbrate
brate CSiristeias In the bid hI style stYle of thefatherlmd the thefatherland thefatherland
fatherland with trees and myriads of ofbright ofbright ofbright
bright wax candles C ndles It will be celebrated celebratedon celebratedon
on Sunday afternoon December 30 ZOo Be Beginning b bginning beginning ¬
ginning at 3 3 oclock An appropriate appropriateand
and inteivstins1 intet1 ting programme has been ar arranged arranged arranged ¬
ranged rangedThe rangedThe rangedThe
The building bundin will be thrown open on onthis onthfs onthis
this occasioniand < a cordialwelcome ex extended extended entended ¬
tended to members friends and patrons patronsof patronof patronsof
of the institute iEStitnfeCentral hstituCeCentral instituteCentral
Central Union Mission wilL have ha e no go o spe special special apecml
cial features xn onChristm Christmas > s beyond a regu regular regular regutar ¬
lar Christmas dinner for the inmates Pre Preparations Preparations Preparationa ¬
parations are being 15eingmade made however however to to l cel celebrate celebrateXew cclebrate ¬
ebrate ebrateXew New Year Day withspecial withspeciallrervices withspeciallrervicesPresents services servicesPresents servicesPresents
Presents of o candy fruit fruit and toys will be bepresented bepresented bepresented
presented at the services seni S of lheUioas lheUioasbranches the various variousbranches variousbranches
branches Georgetown Brancli 3010 301 SI SIStreet 31Street I IStreet
Street Bruen Mission M Street between betweenHaf betweenHrdC betweenHalf
Half and < First Streets Streetssnut southeast east Four Fourteenth Fourt Fourteenth ¬
teenth t nth Street Branch Branc 2112 Fourteenth FourteenthStreet Fo FourteenthStreet rteenth rteenthStreet
Street Chevy Chase Branch Open Door DoorBranch DoorBrancl1 DoorBrunch
Branch 1319 D Street northwest Half HalfStreet HalfStreet HalfStreet
Street Branch 60S 6 O3 3 First Street southwest southwestSoutheast southwestScutIelSt southwestSoutheast
Southeast Branch corner Eighth and L L LStreets IStreets LStreets
Streets southeast southeastThe southeastThe southeastThe
The Associated Charities bare made no nospecial nospecial nosjecial
special arrangements < for Christmas Chrlstmasfor Chrlstmasforthe for forthe forthe
the deserving rving poor But they theyturnfsh furnish the thenames thenam theunman
names nam of these unfortunates to churches churchesand churJhesand churchesand
and charitable 1hari lhIe Institutions JstItutIons andasslst and = assist in inthe inthe inthe
the proper distribution of Christmas con contributions contributions contributions ¬
tributions to the worthy poor A great greatnumber greatnumber greatnumber
number of the t e churches In nthi3city this city ai aimost a1most atmost
most entirely rely on the Associated AssoclatelCharI AssoclatelCharIties Chart Chartties j jties
ties for the names of those who rre wor worthy worthy northy
thy of assistance assistanceJTEW assistan assistanJfEW assistanceNTW
JTEW YORKS yOBE S POLICE CHANGES CHANGESMr CHANGESr
Mr r Crolcer Said to Be iletainnre Unnwi CnaTCnre reor reorthe of offlie ofthe
the Situation Situation7CEW SitnntionNEW SltuationNEW
NEW YORK Dec Dec 22 22n 22The There Icisa Is a re report report c cport ¬
port current at the Democratic Club Clubthat Clubthat Clubthat
that Richard Croker Is still sti11in in complete completeignorance completeignorance completeignorance
ignorance of th the shakeup In the police policedepartment policed policedepartment
department d artment It Is lss said s Id that th Chalr tii lialfa W a dozen dozencablegrams dozenc1 dozencnltegrnms
cablegrams c1 tegrunS to Crokeriave Croker ch have been returned returnedundelivered returnedundelivered returnedundelivered
undelivered and d that his friends frJ nda here do donot donot donot
not not know his present whereabouts whereaboutsIt w ercabonts
It is understood that Jlr Crpker has hasleft hasleft barleft
left his homeatf homeatrWantage Wantage E nglandV England loge logeto to go goto g gtocne
to tocne one of the th waferiiig W wateripIatt erbli placet p1atefcrithe oi onthe the cdn cdntinenti C cdntlnent D Dtinen
tinenti tinen None Non oL the Tammany T man leaders leadershas leadershas leadershas
has heard from him for more than a aweek o oweek a aweek
week Corporation CorporaUonCounsel Counsel John Wha Whalen Whalen Whalen
len is now recognized as the theacting acting lead leader leader leader ¬
er of the organization organizationTIGHT organIzationA
A TIGHT FIGHT AGAINST AGAINSTOhio GAlNST PO POOhio R A AOhio
Ohio AnilSaloon AntIS IoonLengnc League Opposed OPPoSedto OPPoSedtothe ier ierthe to toth
the th Senators Reelection IlceicetionCINCINXATt ReejectIonCINCINNATI ReelectionCINCINNATI
CINCINNATI Dec 22 22The The AntiSa AntiSaloon AntiS AntiSloono AntiSdloon ¬
loon league has launched a fight against againstthe againstthe againstthe
the reelection reelectIon of Senator Foraker For1ker onac onaccount OD ae aecount ac account
count of iris efforts to defeat defeat the local localoption localoption localoption
option bill billA billA billA
A few weeks ago Rev P A A BalieeantT BalieeantTother Ifa1te an another and andother
other league leaders it is isstid 1w said proposed proposedto
to give their strength strengt to the Harry HarryDaugherty HarryDaugberty HarryDaugherty
Daugherty faction if the lattermakes latter makes the theflght thefight thefight
fight against Foraker this falL falLThe falLThe falLThe
The AntiSaloon League is f > organizing organizingby
by districts counties and precincts all allover aUover allover
over the State but ltis It is saUL the intention intentionis
is to take tak no action until after the State Stateconvention StateconTenti Stateconvention
convention conventionIf conTenti Ii IiIt
If at tha t convention a a resolution Is Ispassed Ispassed ispassed
passed endorsing < Foraker they thes will bgln bglnto b bpginto gin
to work for DeI1o Democratic rath legislative candi candidates candfI candidates ¬
dates all over 0 the State If the conven convention couvenidea onvention ¬
I tion refuses to act act the first effort eiIortwUi will be beto beto beto
to get up opposition to Forakeir Forake candl candliTjrpliold candidates
fdatp5 dates iz t e close ose Repupic Rejub1icau disttIcls disttIclshoid distiiets distiietsTyphoid
Typhoid hoid Germs in the je Jot6ma iotOnineWuter ot mnC mnCi r rWnler
i Wnler WnlerTficiraer Yn YnThc WuterThenaer
Tficiraer Thc msier supply of the city is larprdy y to t be beblamed beblamed bebLuned
blamed Jo for the thepteTJ prevalence enre of typhoid fever fever In Inand inmd insad
and around Washington Fifty per cent t oi otthe otthespecimens the thespecimens thespecimens
specimens of Potomac water m1 which were weresunned ex examined examfuet1 ¬
sunned on tire hundred different days contained containedundbttoted containedun containedundoubted
undoubted un oubted evidence evide of < pollution fey y fecal natter natterand mattcrft uniterand
and = ft this is pollution comes largely l rgclyfrom from refitsc refitscdumped remscdumped refosedumped
dumped into the river from towns toma on the UPI UPIPOtmrxc Bpjier BpjierPotomac upurPOtOmac
Potomac The Th common cry is that bacteria rederilKmnJ rederilKmnJare geiins geiinsare gcrnri gcrnriare
are in the flanking Jg water Wltercf of the thedty city and dont dontdrink doJ doJdrink doatdrink
drink it it and nd the warning to the people is to todrink t tdrink todrink
drink HeTirichs beeS if jitbeym they want ntooJ good health healthIfczerzen hellthSentte hetithliatazen
Ifczerzen Senate Sentte and isgw agsr r contain nno nnoud no < bacteria bacteriigerms bacteriagerms
germs and ud you yo will will neeex DeYEr nee need need fear feryour your lI healthIf health healthU lth lthif
if you ou drink these tbee prae beers bee Emity is sourron sourronstint our con confifcmt conslant
stint aim and 3I1rlth there is no n ad brewery 6 = ery in the tTnited tTnitedStater VnitedStates tTnitedStateswhere
States Stateswhere where the care and caution dut cautionis o11iS is taken as 3 is ismanifested ismanifested isnanifeated
manifested at t fte e model plant Phone sis sisthfrtyfouTj liixthfrtyfourt etathfrtyfour
thfrtyfouTj thfrtyfour Arlington Bottling Dottlin tin and m tdrink tdrinkHeurichS < drink drinkHenrichs drizthlltutfeifs
Henrichs mstcad of the city ci water Wtt and mdy yon t will wUlalvrajra will4tIata sillalna3s
alvrajra be Ja good health
WOBS WItXO QIS pt i rte ± b J NAVAL AVAL BILL BUTjTyvo BILLlwo BILLfwo
= <
Tyvo fwo Unttlesliljn D ttlcaljtsnnd and Two Cruisers GralaemLilcely Gr CruisersLikely hler hlerLlkel
Likely Llkel io to uc ucHe Be Authorized AutliorjzedWorit Autl1o AuthorizedWorSen ed edWadi
Worit WorSen on the theNaval Naval bill nas has progressed prograsscdto progr < sscd sscdto
to such suchnnt an feftent tnt nt that It rtIs fs probacla probaclathe Pr prabablathe 3b1a 3b1athe
the bill will be bh reported to the House Houseby Houseby Houseby
by January 10 0 IThe The rhe subcommittee subcommittee has hasalmost hasalmost hasalmost
almost completed its draft draft leaving for forthe forthe forthe
the full committee committee the subject of cfinercase cfinercaseof Incrcaso Incrcasoof
of the navy naTY ItJias been substaatlanlly substaatlanllydetermined subSttntfanl1ydetermined aubstantlanilydetermine1uever
determined determine1uever it howe tBver cr that but two t but OJtt1esblp buttleshIp > st sttleshlps
tleshlps and nd two two cruisers Trill be beau beauthorize au authorized anthorizeti ¬
thorized in the bill this year so thiv thivwork thbWork tht thtwork
work of the thefs full 11 committee eo m mlttee will b be belight belight
light When w n the thequestlon question is taken tal enup enupMr up upMr upMr 1
Mr Cummlrgs of oNew New York will at attempt nltem attempt ¬
tempt tem t to have his bill for twenty Hot Holland HpI HpIland Hotland ¬
land submarine boats b nts added to the bill billNo bUlNo billNo
No contest eont t Is eipccted iDccted pected In the House Houseas Bouseas Houseas
as it a a truce has I s been en arranged between betweenthe b betweenthe tween tweenthe
the Hydrograjjhlc Hydrogra blC Survey and the Coast Coastand Coastand COastand
and Geodetic Survey g ervey rvey Last st year the theNaval theNaval theNaval
Naval Committee Comm CoenmItteowas ttce was beatth beat6b by Chair Ghalrman Chairm Chairman
man m nCannon Cannon pt of f the he Committee on onproprnitiohs Api Apipropraitions p ppropraiUo
propraitions s Who who held that the appro appropriation approprlation apprupriatlon ¬
priation for the Coast and Geodetic Sur Survey Survey Surray ¬
vey under his hi committee was interfered interferedwith interferedwith interferedwith
with by the appropriation for the Hydro Hydrographic Hydrographic Hydrographic
graphic Survey Survcyfi1 in the Naval bill In l the thefight thefigbt thefight
fight which followed the House for forwhat folwhat forwhat
what Is said to have been the first time timein timcin timein
in 1Wblstorrc Its history took the matter matteroutot matteroutotthe oat of ofthe ofthe
the hands cf the Naval Committee con conferees conferees conferees ¬
ferees and handed it to Mr ltrrCannon Cannon and andthe antIhe andthe
the he members of his committee Later Laterthrough Laterthrough Laterthrough
through the efforts ot o Mr Cummings Cummingsthe Cummingsthe
the Democrats deserted Mr Cannon and andthe andthe andthe
the bill pulled through throughIn
In order to avoid a similar unpleas unpleasantness unpleasantness unplenaantnese ¬
antness this session the Chief Chlefot of the ithbCoast theCoazt e eCoazt
Coazt Surrey the Chief of the Hydro Hydrographic Hydrogra Hydrographic
graphic gra > hlc Survey SU1V JY < and General Wilson WilsonChief W1l30IiChiet WilsonChief
Chief of a Engineers Englnt > ers met and agreed upon upona
a division cf the work and the appro appropriations a appropriations > prcr prcrprintlons ¬
priations which was satisfactory to all allconcerned allconcerned
concerned The appropriation for the theCoast lheCoast theCoast
Coast Survey Survc will be included in the theSundry theSundry theSundry
Sundry Civil bill billand and that for the Hy Hydrographic Hydrographlc Hydrographic a111
drographic Survey tirvey in the Naval bill billNeither bill billNeither billNeither
Neither Interest tnte test will antagonize the oth other other othCr ¬
er erBEADY erREADY CrBEADY
BEADY TO SRfct S SERVIBIS VE1IIS VJ T3CES SENTENCE SENTENCELabor SENTESi CL CLLnboc
j jLn
Labor Ln or Organizer Orgnn zer Warner nrner Rcfnaca Re DJJcl Of Offers 0 0Cera Offern ¬
fern to o JPay Pn > Ills Hood HoodCITiIBJ2RIiAND Dondi BondAJiIBRLAND
CITiIBJ2RIiAND i In1 RLAN1 = Md Id Dec Dee 22 22Naionr11 22Naionr11OlglDfzer 22NationalOrganizer National NationalOrganizer
Organizer William Warner of the ITnJteJ UnlteJlEIne UniteJMine
2 Mine ine Workers last lastnfght night received a teTe telegram tetegram teTegram ¬
gram from the tl1 national headquarters at atIndianapolis atIndianapolIs atIndianapolis
Indianapolis authorizing the attorneys for forthe rOIthe forthe
the sentenced miners to take any step steptheir stept1 steptheir
their t1 elr Judgment might dictate regarding regardingtheir regardl1gtheIr regardingtheir
their case as It now stands stan s In court In Inthe Inthe n nthe
the telegram the entire support of the or organization crganizatlon r rganizatIon ¬
ganization is pledged toward securing securin a aparJon aparJon apardon
parJon Mr M Warner says he has been beenmuch beEnmuch beeimuch
much Ciicouracea by the activity of otlEi otlEimJers tle tleminers tl tlmhers
miners organization as well as other la labor labor Iaboa ¬
bor organizations In his behalf behalfMr behalfMr behalfMa
Mr Warne Warmm Warnpcansulted v consulted with Attorney AttorneyDavid Attnrne AttnrneDaTid Attornei3David
David J Lewis and James A A 2iIeHenry 2iIeHenrylast MeHelirylast MeHe ry rylast
last nlgiitgnd night night nt1 habeas IlabeascoIIJUS corpus proceedings proceedingson Dro ccedlngs
on an allegefl technicality la il the sentence sentenceare senteaceare sentenceare
are hinted ail L The prosecutions ha hare Ye only onlycaused onJ1caused onlycaused
caused sympathy for the organization organ ItiQn and andhave andhave nlf nlfhave
have strengthened strcngt1ie d it he says He hadja hadjadozen ladl liacVadozen ladldozen
dozen offers oieriilei tci ta pay the bond if j he for Torfeited 1 1feUed forfelled
felled it it Isuihe 1i says he refused every everyone ceryone everyone
one oneLast Last night nIglt ngl Mr Mr 31 Warner and his bonds bondsman bonrts bonrtsman boadsman ¬
man John 1 1 Cavanaugh C ii1Daugb In response t6 t6telegrams t tteleg tOtelegrams
telegrams ams from Ir Jaooi labor organizations o went wentto wentto vreatto
to Balflmorejaad Balum Saim re e d Washlngtpn Washingtpb It Is on onderstood 1u 1uderstood onderstood
derstood an effOrt e1r rt will wUlbe be made mad to se seGovernor see seeGovernor ee eeGovernor
Governor Governor Sialtn ditIi Mr Warner is isin in good goodspirits gOoiIsjJirits goo4spirits
spirits spiritsBut sjJiritsBul spiritsBut
But two or of f the thirteen sentenced s nteI ced men menhare mm mmha menhaifo
hare ha fl reported reP9rt d to lQiliesheritL to the sheriff They hey were wereWilliam were wereWll wereWilliam
William Wll lItm inroe 3 rbJ rOe roe and Alexander AIeDUIde McCor McCormlck McCormIck McCormick
mIck who Jlaeit eaeliyster4ay 1ie t vesterday sley jaid aid id 1 fine fi and and46O
4605 46 46O cost costi t1JP11shteat the tie llg1 lightest test p penalty Imposed Imposedon Imp lied liedau
on any anyCjrY wof t Uig VIn2ea neal e The rh sentenced men menmust incampst en ent
must t l9st iaf b bsurrdxzc1 surrenifflrea SuueIIIf rt by f1ie beir nerr bondsmen bondsmenrtoflaydf bondsrneUt
toflaydf t S1a r fiieit ei their tJ eI bonds bondsBECBAZED bondS bondSB
BECBAZED B Y1ID BY A A CAMERA CAHEEAA CA A AA
A A Virsinin Thief Discovered DiJJ ered l b benn by byMeans y y2ieanji
Means enn ol on a n Snapshot SaapsantWINCHESTER SnnVl SnapshotWINCHESTER ot otWIXCHESTER
WINCHESTER Va Dec 22 22W W w Boyd BoydStecler BO BoydSterIe d dSt
Stecler St SterIe le of Stephens City this county countycaught countycaught countycaught
caught a thief in a novel novclmr1 manner nerat at Ufa Ufahome 1if 1ifhome hIhome
home Thursday afternoon aftertloon Mr ME Steele Steelehad Steelehad Steelehad
had missed various various articles irticles from his hispantry hispantry hispantry
pantry recently and his flour barreL had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been been the most frequently visited and d the themost themosf themost
most to suffer He tried triedln in vain arn to de detect de detect dotentthe ¬
tect tentthe the thief thiefRecently thiefRecently thiefRecently
Recently he ht fitted up a camera and andplaced andplaced andplaced
placed it In such su h a position that thatalYone thatalYonedlturbing anyone anyonedisturbing anyonedisturbing
disturbing the flour would unconsciously ummnsciouslycanse unconsciouslycause unconsciouslycause
cause the plate of the camera to be ex exposed exposed enposed ¬
posed and a snapshot of the thief taken takenThursday takenThursday takenThursday
Thursday aftornton Mr Steele discovered discoveredthat dlscoveredthat discoveredthat
that the plate had been exposed ext credand and upon upondeveloping IIpondeveloping upondeveloping
developing It it a photograph of the thief thiefbending thiefbending thiefbeading
bending over the flour barrel was pro produced producC produced ¬
duced The photograph Dhoio ph is an excellent excellentA exce11enton excellentone
on one
A WAR9N wABozr PET PE CATS CATSHartford CATSUartlord CATSlIrtforti
Hartford Felines IIelleve Belierest UeIIe = eal l to o1l Have HaveS UnceSiirsatl e eSDJ1t1d
S SDJ1t1d Siirsatl rend BIpKtherln BIpKtherlnHARTFORD DiphtherinHARTF tlihtherinHARTFORD
HARTFORD HARTF RD Conn Conn Dec 22 ZThe ZTheBoard 22TheBoard The TheBoard
Board of HeaiUi H has begun a war waro of ex extermination extermination extermination ¬
termination upon cats found In the vicin vicinity rlcInity vicinIty ¬
ity ot o Park Tcrracei TcrrIce a a fashionable neigh neighborhood neighborhood neighborhood ¬
borhood There are many cases of or diph diphtheria dIP dIPtheria diphtherm ¬
theria in the Terrace T rrace and all the meni menij members inemhers
j bers of the family of David Van Schaack Schaackhave Schaackhave Schaaclchave
have the disease One oC the children childrendied childrendied childrendied
died and the trained nurse nurse was stricken strickenMr strlck strickenMr n nranil
Mr ranil and Mrs Van Schaack nave have a bad badattack badattack badattack
attack She is a niece of Governor Governor Mor Morgan Morgau Morgnu ¬
gnu G Bulkeley BulkeleyThe BulkelcyThe BulkeleyThe
The health officials decided that the thedisease thehease thedieease
disease was being spread by cats catsb belong belonging belonglag ioni ioniing ¬
ing to Mrs Van Schaack A sick cat be beIbngTnjr bel belonging
longing l iJgJng to a ncig neigabor bor was caught and andMedical andMedlQl andMedical
Medical Inspector Botsford discovered discoveredthat discoveredc discoveredthat
c that the aaimal anJmi1t anim l had diphtheria dipl thena This Thiscatwas ThlscatWa Thiscatoas
catwas catWa oftexr ofterrat at the < Van Sehaacfc house housesilt houseIt
ilt fIt It Knit all ottne Van Schaack Schaack pets petsWeTe petsWeTekIlled were werekilled werekliled
killed yesterday terday The situation has hascauaed hnsaU3cd hasaaiiacl
cauaed much Uneasiness tineasiness in the south southwest southwest southwest ¬
west part pa of the city The hea health th board boardempowered hoardempawered boardempowered
empowered Allen Sage the city city animal animalundertaker anImr anImrundertaker animalundertaker
undertaker to haye hs have e all sick cats kilt killedLin klliediinthatneIghu kiltIn
in inthatneIghu that neighborhood rli oiL He employed sev sevaral scvl scvlmal sezeral
aral men m Ii and niL forty were killed by last lastnigh laSt laStnight lastnight
night Some SOP1c valuable cats were sent sentaway sentawa sentawa3r
away awayGHOST awa awa3rGEOS9PROVESTO >
awaGHOS
GHOST GEOS9PROVESTO PJEOVES J OvESTO TO 3B A CAT CATTae CATTlie CATflze
Tae Tlie Solution SoIU Solufiorrof OIrIOC of a NeW Jersey Haimt HaimtBI HRunt HRuntedII Ratantezl
edII ezl ltouse nse Mystery MTste1YBLOO MysteryBLOOtFJELY
BI BLOO BLOOtFJELY OiEFlEIjy F N j Dec 22 flitFor flitForthree For Forthree Forthree
three nigSfs nigfis1JysteriOus nlgifsThysterious mysterious sounds startled startledthe startledthe startledthe
the inmates at the home of Town Clerk ClerkWilliam ClerkW11Iian ClerkWilliara
William it t 6 Tobnsonin Johnson ln ThomuSlreeL ThomuSlreeLThey Thomas Street StreetThey StyeatThey
They isee s deebJete eul e lo o emanate ili thanateyrom Dah from the thewalls thewallsThe waIlsThe walls wallsThe
The occupants began to believe the thehouse theh thehouse
house h use w ssTJ haunted b 1nitecL it was was said that a amiser amiser amiser
miser haa h laid i btir1cdl1figolcl buried liispgold somewhere inthe In Inthe inthe
the neiguboraocd Delgl n bornocd and had haildieil died Ivitnout Ivitnoutrevcaling iiithbntreaung withurevcaliritli
revcaling revcaliritli tfre snot sIto snot Superstitious SupersUtilmiper SupersUtilmipersons j per perSons > er ersons
sons sons decfarjcdj detfarec dbefarethiat ihat 1bt the mysterious mysteti s sounds soundswere soundswerO soundswere
were werO matleJby the tb tbeplnit spirit plritof of me tile miser mis is r re returnihtj ret returniflgto
t turnihtj turniflgto rnitu to o see ihiSJoid Ii if Ms cold had been beend beendfurbed dir disturbed dirturbed ¬
turbed turbedThe furbedI
I The members nienbers of the Jchhson 1iouschold house household
hold hold becama so saa1armed alarmed that Jft John Johnson JohnS9Il lohnsoil
son S9Il finally resolved to discover the toys mystery inysteIY toystery ¬
tery even even If it t it Involved mvolTCdtiie the tearing down downof downof oWIl oWIlQ
of Q the house hou e Two carpenters made mailea maileahol a ahole abql
hole hol in the l1e Door noor and a black object objectwMzzeoTifirbuslf objetwllIzze objeatwhIbzeiThhauilr
wMzzeoTifirbuslf wllIzze rthrouat < the air air The carpenters carpentersmade C2rpent carpentersmade S Smade
made a hasty astyexIt exit through the door doordropping dootdroppi
dropping droppi their tools in the flight air airJohnson M MIohuson lff lffJohnson
Johnson recorgnized the flying form as asthat a athat asthat
that of f his pet cat cat Tom Tom which hIch had been beenmissing beetmIssing beenmissing
missing several days dayspepsa d dTI dayaaUostetters
maintains TI aUostetters aUostettersdEcstioa rane4YH O letterS letterSgoo
goo ° ° dEcstioa t csiCa Stomach c4kI I Ipear
andflghtsoffc andflghtsoffcpepsia
pepsia biI biiOUSnfSS iottsrieand iottsrie
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BGLA B11RGLAn ELD LD t P e BY kGIRL GIRI3 GIRI3had < 1 1lInd
Had lo toDb Disgorge c HI ills Plunder PInndernt at thc tbcTRENTON thcIatol thePistols
Pistols Iatol Point PointTRENTON l
TRENTON N J Dec 22 2JennleGrl 2JennleGrlfith 22Jennie Jennie Grif GriffiUj Grif5th
fiUj the pretty fifteenyearold daught daughter daughterof r rt rof t
of Thomas Griffith a a a prosperous resident residentof reiIdentor resldenCof
of the southern suburbs of Trenton Trenton has hasdistinguished hasdistinguished hasdistinguished
distinguished herself by holding up p a thief thiefwho thiewho thiefwho
who was Vas looting her home and andcompelUng andcompelUnghim compelling compellinghim compellinghim
him at the point pointo of a revolver to dis dissorse disg01 dirgorge
gorge e his booty bootyThe wot wotThe bootyThe
The girl girl was Was alone in the house and andstepped andst andstepped
stepped st pped across < the street tri trEet t to chat vita vitaneighbor witha withanefshbo1 a aneigiibor
neighbor When aba returned returned she found foundthe roundtlle foundthe
the contents of of a sideboard d in the th dIning dlningrcom dIningroom diningroom
room room strewn over over the Door l or and on the ta table 12bi Inbin ¬
bin bi lay ia a revolver that had been taken takenfrom takeIlrom takenLrom
from rom one of the th drawers Hearing a anol anolupstairs a noita noitaupstairs noltonprtairr
upstairs the thepirl plrl pin picked up the revolver revolverand revolveran revolverunIt
and an ran to the head of the stairs In a afront a afr afront
front fr nt room she saw a 1 burly chap rum rummaging rumIbaglng ruminaging ¬
maging Ibaglng through die drawers drawersot of a bureau bur bureau bureauJennIe u
Jennie quickly quicklywalked walked to the door of the1Gm the theroom theroam
room and leveling the revolver at the therobber ther therbbber
robber r bber commanded him to straighten up
Ho promptly obeyed th thfjorder the order order and found foundhimself foandhlmse1t foundhimself
himself facing cing a dptennlnedIopklng girl girlwho girlwho1as girlwho
who who1as was steadily eatmy holding a revolver on a aline aline aline
line with his head headlIf headI head1f
If youve got anything mythIng In yoar your pockets pocketsthat pocketsthat pocketsthat
that belong in this house nouse band bandit it over oversaid over oversaid ovexsaid
said the girL glriThs girLThe girLThe
The feUow re w fumbled through his pockets pocketsand i QCketsand Docketsand
and putted puII d out 11 lf which Inr h had taken takenfrom tah1DIrom fakebfrom
from a bureau drawer drawerToss drawerToss drawerTozs
Toss it over oe commanded the th girl and andlie c idhe sifctbe
lie tosseS it It U Is that all youVe youe got gotasked gotr gotrkeil gotasked
asked keil Jennie JennieEvery JennieEvery JednieEvery
Every cent replied the thief thiefThen thiefThdn i
Then Th ng get t out ontt said the girl sternly sternlyThe j
The thief thi thiefwas f was willing and nd as ashe he rushed rushedby rushcdcby rushedby
by the girl he bepusbed pushed her down downdennis 13
Jennie jumped to her feet said darted dartedafter dartedteL dart d dafter
after teL the man who was bounding down the thestairs t11 t11Jta1 thestaIrs
Jta1 stairs She chased him around the corner cornerthff cornerth cornerthdhaise
thff th thdhaise suse tise and took 3 a shot at him as he hodisappeared hedisappeared hedisappeared
disappeared over the back b ck yard fence The Theburglar Thebttglarescnped Theburglar
burglar bttglarescnped escaped unhurt He had planned planneda praun d da
a rich haul Several hundred dollars dollarsworth oUar oUari J Jworth
i worth Of silver plate had been tied Ied by DY hIm hImiin himin nimjn
iin jn a ntableclotb tablecloth He neglected to take It ItIn iiIn I IIn
In hasty departcre departcreJJjnnie devaltJireiJi deparOireJsnnle
iJi JJjnnie nnlesays says 1 wasnt wasntn a bit scared until untilIt untilit untilIt
It was all over Then I was a a little nerv nervous nenous nertous ¬
ous I wish now that I had held him until untilsomebody nntilsomebody untilsomebody
somebody had come to help me turn him himoyer himto himOyer
oyer to the police po1i e I didnt think of that thatwhile thatwhile thatwhile
while he was at my mercy I could have havekilled haveIldlIed havekilled
killed him but all I wanted was to get getwhat getwhat getwhat
what he had hadsto1en stolen away from him I Ithink Iithmk Ithink
ithmk think 1 must have pitied him a little Hei He Hewas Hewas
i was a big uglylooking ugl > looking man but I knew knewthat IrnewI knewthat
I that as long as I had the revolver point pointed pointII pointed ¬
II ed at him he was at my mercy and could couldnot couldIlOt couldnot
not hurt me Ive shot a revolver a good goodat goodmany
I many times and generally hit what I aim aimI aimat 1
I at but I guess I was a BAle shaky wheniI whenI when i iI
iI I shot at the robber robberI robberEGY i iBOY
I BOY BTJBITED TO T A CRISP CEISPson CRISPUTlJterlon CRISPA
A UTlJterlon ysterlous Cne Near enr Mount Jack Jackson Jackson
son Va VaWINCHESTER lrnWINCHESlER VuWINCHESTER
WINCHESTER Va Dee 22 2Nes News of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the death ot ot the th seventeenyearold seT leenycarold son sonof sonot sonof
of Samuel Loans a wellknown miller millerllvins mUlerUYing miller millerliving
living near Mount Jackson Va by be being being belug ¬
ing burned b rned to death has reached tereYoung bereY1ung here hereYoung
Young Lonas slept in his h r fathers thers mill millwhich mmWhich millwhich
which wassome was some distance from fro m the house hOnse hOnsebut housebat nousebut
but on last Tuesday night he said he hewould heou1d hevouid
would ou1d spend the night with a neighbor neighborEarly neighbOrEarlY neighborEarly
Early EarlY Wednesday morning the boys boysnibtherWas boysmother
1 mother nibtherWas liras awakened by the crackle of offlairfes4n ofI offlfintezin
I flairfes4n fi mesin the milL and and when the son sonfale4 sonfan sonfatle
fale4 fan fatle tore tojeura Qr urn Il that day a search sEIch was vasInstituted wasinstituted wasinstituted
Instituted for nim hIm His charred body bodywas bodys bodynab
was nab s found in the mill in a room ad adjoining adjo adjojning ¬
joining jo nhig his sleeping apartment apartmentTne apartmentThecircumstances apartmentThecircumstances
Tne Thecircumstances circumstances surrounding the af affair afair affair
fair fair and shrouded in mystery The Theyoung Th ThY Theyoung
young Y gIl1lDS manTs inann Bed was near a window wiridosrand wiI windowand doW doWaDahe
and aDahe he could easily eisllyhave have escaped by that thatway thatwai thatvay
wai way and and iet yet his body was found in an another anothcr another ¬
other pprtSoa pgvtioof of the th buIlding His an announced all allnounc annoUncqd ¬
nounced nounc d intention J ilitention t ntioa br o passing pi1ss1 passIn the night nfgktat ntptat nightat
at a neighbors was unusual and why by he heshould heshould heshould
should have h e changed his mind with the theconsequent theconsequent theconsequent
consequent fatal l result cannot canuotb bs ei eiplalned explained ntplained
plained The mill was an illfated illfatedbuilding iIlfatedbnl1dinj illfatedbuilding
building Four years ago several se er11 of ofyoung ofyoung ofyoung
young Loans IonasbrotheIS brothers were at play playthere playthere j jthere
there when the boiler exploded and in instantly inS Instantly ¬
stantly S tiled two of the children childrenitfi childrenoJ childrenPEACH
oJ itfi Lm li3G TJy PEACH TREES TREESle j j7i
7i le 7 Maryland Han Un Destroying Ills Uir Uirprofitable UuL Euprofitable
L profitable Orchard OrchardHAGERSTOWN Orchnrdt
t I HAGERSTOWN HAGE TOWN Sid Dec 22 22S S s D DPiper DPiper BPiper
Piper of cCSbarpsburg Sharpsburgv is thoroughly dis discouraged discouraged discouraged ¬
couraged couraged over his hisefIDrts efforts to profitably profitablygrow profitablygro profitablygaos
grow gro peaches lI es In Washington Washin ton county and andIs andIs andIs
Is now engaged in cutting down an or orchard 9rchard prchard ¬
chard ot 2600 26O trees trees five years old oldin oldintheir oldintheir in intheir
their prime Hie says ne be can make more moreout moreout moreout
out of the th land by farming it it For three threesuccessive threesuccessive threesuccessive
successive years le baa lost 10stmoneT 10stmoneTLast money moneyLast menyLast
Last summers crop was very heavy heavybut heaQbuf heavybut
but buf the fruit was Inferior the themarkets themarketswera markets marketswere marketswere
were glutted nearly all the time and nd on onmany onmany onmany
many shipments shipmentshc he did not receive suffi sufficient sufliclent sufficlout ¬
clout returns to pay the freight The Thecrops Thecrops Thecrops
crops of 1S33 lS9 and 1S98 were failures He Hewould Hewould Hewould
would not take the risk of another fail failure failure failare ¬
ure next summer summerIh Ha said aid he made mademoney mademoney mademoney
money on the first peach orchard he neplanted heplanted heplanted
planted but that was before everybody everybodywent everybodywent everybodywent
went into the peach raisins rtIsi business He Hesays Hesays Hesays
says he knows many other growers who whowill wbowill whowill
will do as he is doing In destroying an anorchard annrchaTd anorchard
orchard the tops are first firstc1t cut off of the thetrees thetrees thetrees
trees and then the stumps slUmpsare are pulled out outwith outwith outwhir
with a traction engine engineliYlTCHED engineLYNCHBD enginetYNCBEl
liYlTCHED THE WRONG WRONGtIAN WRONGtIANThe 3LIT 3LITThe TtANThe
The Real Murderer ot Marshal titn ml Rich Rlchnrison Richxerdaon j jaruson
aruson nrison Still t1n at Large LargeKEN LargeNEW j jNEW
NEW ORLEANS ORLEA tree 22 22The The mob at atGulf atGulfport atGulfport
Gulf Gulfport port Miss which lynched a nThursday negro negroTnursday i iThursoay
Thursday has discovered that K made madea 1I adea11I
a a11I mistaTte and and lyncned the th wrong ng man manIt man manIt manIt
It started after a er Alvin Lewlsr LeWIs bis his son Jeer Jeerand Joe Jeeand Joeand
and Henry Lessis I Ltwiswlials wls Tisha w1 o 4s said to be a acousin accusiIt accushr
cousin Several SeveratueiroeS negroes were wer rounded up upamongthem upamonfthem upamongthem
amongthem Alvin Alvin Joevand a young yo lng < ne negrosaid DegrQ negre ¬
grosaid grQ saId to be beHenry Henry It was the latter latterwho latterwho latterwho
who was promptly shot to death by the themob themob themob
mob as the murderer of Marshal Rich Richardson RIchardson Richnidean ¬
ardson ardsonIt ardsonIt nideanIt
It has now no w developed that the lynched lynchednegro lYDC lynchednegr ed
negro negr was not Henry Lewis arid that thatthe thattho thatthe
the latter has succeeded in making good goodMs gothis
hiS C3 escape ca peand and It 1 tiS is cUp upon on Henry that the theguilt thelh0f e
guilt gtlntof lh0f of the murder has been fixed The Thefather Thefather Thefather tho thoe thogtlntof I
father Alvtn A1v n over whose arrest the thetrouble thetrmlb thetrouble
trouble trmlb e arose has hll5disappeared disappeared When en he hewaataken hewaaAaken bewaataken
waataken to the Gulfport jail the mob mobdemanded mobdemauded mobdemanded
demanded that he ba lynched and DOth DOthing nothing 1 1ing
ing but the firmness fIrnmessand and courage of the thedeputy thedeputy j jdeputy
deputy sheriff sheri prevented this The mob mobcame mobcame mobcame
came back a second time to lynch him himaDd himand I Iand
and it was was deemed d emed prudent to carry tie tieprisoner tleprisoner theprisoner
prisoner out of o town He has completely completelydisappeared completelydisappeared completelydisappeared
disappeared from sight It was reported reportedthat reportedthat reportedthat
that He was wasconflned confined in the Meridian jail jailfor jlllfor jailfor
for safe keeping but this is shown to tobe tobe tobe
be a mistake Whether he hois Is confined cDnfinedsomewhere confinedsomewhere confinedsomewhere
somewhere else or or the themC mob bgot got hold cf cfhim cfhim cfhim
him and lynched hint remains in doubt doubtThe oW > L LThe i iThe
The Baptist Church was burned because t becauseAivin cause causeAivin i iAivin
Aivin Lewis who was somewhat of a apreacher apreacher apreacher
preacher occasionally preached there and andbecause ancIbecans andbeeaus
because some of the clothing of the ruth refugees ruthgoes efu efugees
gees was found there after the assassina assassination assassilation assassIziation ¬
tion of Richardson showing that the ne negroes DC DCgroe usgroes ¬
groes groe had made the church their head headquarters headquarters headquarters ¬
quarters quartersThe quartersThe quartersThe
The congregation of the burned church churchheld churchheld
held a meeting and adopted the following followingresolutions followingreoiutiona
resolutions resolutionsTc re olutions
We Tc the xmderslgned Colored citizens ot Cult GnlPport Cultport
port rt arc in Jeep pregret regret of the loss of our reliable reliableofficer reii1blemcer reliableefficer
officer mcer who was ras assassinated assISS by byths the coward tIt De Deccmbcr Decomber
comber 19 9 and uJdbe be it known knOJI that we sic wIlling wIllingnd
ind nd also ready ItoId to assist in capturing clptu n the UU monster monsterWeoffcr reenterWe
Weoffcr Weoffcryou We offer you our compliments through our worthepester srorUrc srorUrcpastor orhy
pastor ofthe of the colored Baptist l pfist rhrtrrB of Gnlfport Gnlfportaotxrithstandfcis G Galiportnotwittstanding
aotxrithstandfcis lhrithsund nH we are Jremnch much humiiiated humiliatcdover humiliatcdovertIic over overtSe overtile
tile 4css < or o 1 our church dmrclr and m we pray for your con conjidcrztian con conid considerstion
jidcrztian id = t Vfe are poor but anxious t1U 0U3 to manifest manifestThese manire5tttf manliestair
air honest reputation rep1tationThese reputationThese
These resolutions had 1i d the tlieeffect effect of ofarousing ofarousing ciarousing
arousing sympathy toward towardthenegroes the negroes or orthe exth onthe
the th part part of the white people < of ttulf ttulfport iluifiot uIC uICpott
port pott The TheTluriiing burning of the church is I gen generally gcuerally gnuemily ¬
erally reprobated and the whites will willrilsthc willraise H1 H1xalsc
raise rilsthc the money mon y needed to rebuild It ItThe it itThe itThe
The better bette element clCmentof o of the whites are in incontrol incontr61at incontrol
control contr61at at Gulfport fIl rt now nowanddecfare and declare that thatthere thatthsre thatthee
there shall be bena na more morevloleIICe violence but it itwill Itw1 Itwill
will be Impossible for r rthcnt them to stop the thelynching thelynching thelynching
lynching of Henry Lewis if he hes is caught taughti aughtt
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receive finely laundered garments KU sUch as astrc 2STe aswe
trc ALWAYS LWA S give oar ratrons patrons Site Do Domestic D0 D0mestic Doluestic ¬
mestic luestic finish on Shirts Sl rtE and buttonholes buttonholesin
in in Collars ironed wit IOftthe the U AntiSwear AntiSwearkind AntiSwearkindwh AntiSwcarkind
kind kindwh which ch are so popular Let us hare hareyour hacourJeJt hasc3our
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PLTIE Pl Pin TIE One On dollar lull quart Delivered any anywfeerfc mv mvwhere anywhere
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I Upon the opening J ot its BRASJH BRu mr EX EXCHAXGES EXCBAyGES
CHAXGES at Capitol HOI and George Georsetowrt Georgetovn
4 town tovn en or about December 1 1cm5A THE THECHESAPEAKE
1 CHESAPEAKE cm5A lliJ AND A POTOJIAC TPTR TPTRf TELE TELEt TEL5p
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Ivan TELEPHOXE SERVICE nn 7rpt metallic mebUiccinnits metallict llc llcf
t f circuits eqppped cq1J pped with W iih loi I iotg distance in taf inrnme1ts int
I f strameats in i residences only at atMesfage US atI
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+ Mesfage f Eat Rat flate Telephones Ter bon on metallic raetsUiecircuits melliecircult5 metallicI I
t I circuits equipped with long I distance d sUnC in instruments innroments fl fletrtinents ¬
struments in residences residcnecsoclT only will be beornished IeI ber
r furnished at atcall at11er atzo
I zo 11er rear ear for or GOO outwnrd outwnrdcalls outwantcaij5
call calls caij5 6 parties on onench each circuit circuitTelephone elrcultf circuitt
t For felT particulars artkuus in regard rif to the theabow theI
f I abow and to other n niw rates rates apply b t tthe 4 4I
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WILSOX W1ISOSOn On Fiilarv December SL 1DOC at atear Itro atLOT
ear ist st stSW sw WILLIAM n n WILSON WIL < S beloved belovedI beIoedson belovedson
I son of 3Ia3ieand icmcr Jleritt VTilsoa VTilsoaDay ilsouD3y vlim vlimDay
Day by day d i we C saw whim him acr acrAnd fade fadeAnd fadeAnd
And slowly sI Iy sink sinkawJy sinkawJyYet away awayTct awayYet
Yet in our 0 = hearts bcu TC e of eRrs tei prayed prayedTbathe prayetTbathemight prsycdTbaLbe
Tbathe Tbathemight might lander lmcrSIN lmcrSINFamcU stay stayFarrwcll stayFarewell
Farewell dear son son thou art artat rt at t rest restAnd restAnd restS restSAnd
And shall hall ftrevwrbe ftrevwrbeToo f nmrToll fereewbcron
Too could not stay sbyon oh en earth h with itlL uV uVBut usBut tn tnBut
But Tare we can come ciJmc to t thee thcei thceLonelV theeLon theeLonefythe
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LonelV Lon Lonefythe the home and sad the tbehoms tbehomsSince hours hoursSince hoursSince
Since our omdiPr dear son sonh13 has gone goneBut bO bOByt goneBat
But ph ohj1 a brighter diy than th1nours th1noursID ours oursIn oweIn
In beaten h t1U is S hLsfto hi btrhoee btrhoeeBy 1iO i iBy
By His Hi Devoted voted SKTrnEn AXD aa FAliiEiC FAliiEiCFuneral F FFuneral FATimitFuneral
Funeral will take place P1 eMondry Monday December D ember 21 24atZion 21srzoa
atZion Baptist BliptiStGhureliat ChureKV Churtb at I oclock cloCk All irvitedlrenr irvited mi miItem InS4teLltem
Item lrenrKAXKlN ltemlhthKlXOa
KAXKlN RA lhthKlXOa KlXon On Tturs ThtrnKbv a Deccmbef 20 1900 at ather atbe
her be residence 215 4tH st it nw at t HO5 15 oclock oclockKATE oclock oclockKAtE oclockxntn
KATE RASKDT AIN belored wife wifed o of Fred Rankin BankinFuneral flankinFuneral
Funeral from Lee Lees S Undertaking Vndert aking Establishment EstablishmentSunday Esta EstablishnentSunday b
I Sunday Deceiaebr 23 at 230 M p m m Item ItemSCOTT ItemI IbeinSQOTEOn
SCOTT SQOTEOn On Friday F rwDecemb December er a iota > 3IARY 3IARYAMANDA fAR r4RtAIWDA
AMANDA beloved wi wile of iJfTames James A Scott ScottFuneral ottFuneral ScottFuaersl
I Funeral froth late te residence 6T JT l st mr Son SonI Sanday Sunday
I day December D ber2S 2S at t hale oclock Item lteniA ItemA ltemA
A WOOLEN WOOLEbTGOODS GOODS FIRM FAILS ETLSTHc FAILSThc FAILSThe
THc Suspension Susp nslon Caused by thc uc Tl Tlport He Helort Re Reiort
port About Shoddy iHaiitets iHaiitetsPHILADELPHIA hilanketaPHILADELIHIA1 J JPHILADELPHIA
PHILADELPHIA Dec 22 22AnnounCe 22AnnounCemeat Announce Announccment Announcement
ment is made of the failure of oftl the thefirm thefirm e efirm
firm of George Campbell CampbellCO Co one of the thslargest th2J thelargest
largest J rg st manufacturers of otwoofen woolen goods in inthe futhe Inthe
the the country The Ihfiliabmti liabilities are estimatedat estimated estimatedat Umated Umatedat
at 1200000 1200000It I OO OOtis
It tis is said the announcement by General GeneralLudington GenerafLudington GeneralLudington
Ludington of the Quartermasters De Department Department Bepartmeflt ¬
partment Washington Washlngton1hat that he would oura re readvertise readtertlseCor yeadvertise
advertise adtertlseCor for bids for a large largequtlntity quantity of ofblankets ofblankets ofblankets
blankets for which the the Campbell firm was wasthought waSthought wasthought
thought to have secured lIsa contract is isthe Isthe isthe
the direct cause of the failure failure Mr Camp Campbeirs Camp1eWs Camphells
hells credit beiri b being i gseriously seriously injured injare by bythe bythesmtcmcnt bythe
the thesmtcmcnt statement that his blankets bad been beencondemned beencondemned beencondemned
condemned because shoddyhad been found foundin foundinthem
in inthem them
SPECIAL NOTICES NOTICES1XDTICE XOTlCES1TICETHE NOTICESNOTiCETHE
1XDTICE 1TICETHE THE ANNUAL NffiL MEETING OF OFthe OFthe OFthe
the stockholders of the International InternationalPojeer InternationalPower InternationalPower
Power Gas Company incorporated jnco rated under underthe undere underthe
the e laws Iaw of orWcst West Virginia will be held for forthe orthe tarthe
the election of o directors Ulrs for the ensuing ensulcsyear ensu1Iycar ensuingyear
year and for fo the transaction of such other otherbusinesc oth otherbusinest r rbusinesf
businesc as can properly be b considered by bythe bythe bythe
the meeting at Room ± i3 3 Pacific Building Bufldinjuin Buildingin
in the city of Washington D C on t t4th t1i t1i4th the the4th
4th of January A A D 1901 19 1 at 12 oclocK oclocKnoon oclocknoon oclocknoon
noon GEORGE B WELCHaJe22janZem WELCH WELCHde22ian2em VELCHdedfljandenr
de22ian2em Secretary SecretaryTO SecretaryTO SecretaryTO
TO MEMBERS ot Oriental Council No N 312 312Royal 3 3Royal 3l 3lRoyal
Royal Arcanum Arcannmour Our stated meeting meetingwill meetlnrm meetingwill
will m be held THURSDAY DECEMBER 27 27Instead 21Insteld 27Instead
Instead of Monday December 24 24 1500 on onaccount aD aDaccount ost ostaccount
account of holiday All members m bers are re requested re requested requested ¬
quested to be present CORBIN BIRCH BIRCHSecretary BIRCHSecretary BIRCHSecretary
Secretary J ED SWAINE SWAIXEBegent Regent It ItNOTICE ItNOTICEThe itNOTICEThe
NOTICE NOTICEThe The annual meeting of oftlc oftlcstockholdcrs the thestockholders thestockholders
stockholders stockholdcrs of the Lincoln National JCatlonaiBank SatIol1afBank NationalDank
Bank for or the election election of directors dlr tors Trill willbe willbehEld be beheld beheld
held at their bankinghouse TUESDAY TUESDAYJANUARY TUESQAoYJAUARY TUBSDYJANUARE
JANUARY 8 3991 19 1 from 12to 2 oclock oclockp oclockplD p pm pin
m lD It Is I > proposed rropi d to amend Section Se tion S JoZ JoZthe of ofthe f fthe
the Articles of Association bjr b striking out outfifteen outfiCeen outfifteen
fifteen and Inserting not less than thanfi thanfior fivfe fivfeor fivdOF
or or more than t fifteen P A A STTERJ STTERJCashier 3TIE 3TIECashier 2TIER 2TIERCashier
Cashier deSS421549 de68U1ii19222629 de68i21519222629ja27 X26 9ja2 j il 1 1THE f fTHE iTHE
THE NORTHERN LIBERTY itARr itARrFifth JkI1 JkI1Fifih i iFi
Fi Fifth h and K Streets Str s northwest northwestwil1 northwestwil1op will iiLb iiLbopen Be Beoptn
open op n the 24th instant from 5 amrt6 amtolt amtoltI nmntoUr ij ijT
T m and closed Christmas ChrIstmasDay ChrIstmasDaydctI2ii24br Day DayA J
dctI2ii24br dctI2ii24briiETlNG r 2Im 2ImIi
A iiETlNG SZESTECG EETIG OF THE STOCKHOLDERS STOCKHOLDERSof STOCKHOLDERS STOCKHOLDERSot
of The National Metropolitan Fire FiraInsurance FireInsurance FireInsurance
Insurance Gompany of the District DistrIcto of Co Colambiarr Col Colambla
lambiarr l lambla mbfl will be held MONDAY DECEIT DECEITBEH22 DECEMBEiL231500 DECE31HER
BEH22 BEiL231500 HER 2 1SOO for the th election elecUonot of Directors DirectorsPolls Directo DirectoFalls DirectoraPolls
Polls open at 12 m mIl close closent at I oclock oclockpm oclo oclockp k kpI
pm p id SAM CROSS CROSSiio3C34tr CRO CROl cR0S5ito3ilZ4t
iio3C34tr l o3 znr Secretary SecretaryWE seritGryWE fiecrstaryj
WE j BOY UNDIVIDED 1IVIDED INTERESTS IN INReal INReaL ThiReal
Real Estate and Perfect Titles TitlesParties TItlesParties TitlesParties
Parties who failed to pay 189S 189 taxes and andwhrse Bndwhnse andwhase
whrse property scan sold can protect protectth them therafrom themfrom m mfrom
from mat maturing rlng to to tc a deed and loss of prop property prop propertTby property ¬
erty ertTby by calling at the office of WASHING WASHINGTON WASIiINc WASIiINcTO WASrnNGTON
TON TO LAW CLAIMS CO Uooin7 4T2 4T2Louisiana 4 Z ZLouisiana r rLouisiana
Louisiana Avenue northwest city citynolStfem citjno1Stfem citynolStfem
nolStfem nolStfemEXECUTISE I < 1 1 1EXECtJTIE
EXECUTIVE EXECtJTIE OFFICE OFFICE OF THE THEbb THEbOM3US THEbOM3USsloners GOlUiiS GOlUiiSsioners m Ssloners
sloners of the District of Columbia CoIiHnbiarWashington Co1unblaWasqington ColumbiaWashington
Washington December IS l 1OOTbe 1OOTbeWestern Oa ooJ ooJWetern Tig TigWestern
Western Market Marketat at t the corner of f Twen Twentyfirst TwentYfirst TnEntflrstnnd ¬
tyfirst tflrstnnd and K Streets northwest northwcstwfll will pjJ pjJopen hpopen og ogopen
open on Monday the 24th Instant instani from tr m
5 oclock a a m In until 11 oclock jn In the theevening theeTenIng theevening
evening The market which Is one cf lbs thabest tl lbsbest 3 3best
best patronized in the District District District1s Is now nowstocked nowstocked nowstocked
stocked with a large arge variety Tarietyotmarltet Tarietyotmarltetsupplies of market marketsupplies marketsupplies
supplies but there are still a few de desirable disrnble desizable ¬
sizable vacant stands in the market marketwWch marketwhich marketwhich
which can be rented at very ery reasonable rcasoaablerates rcasonablectates reasonablerates
rates J L E E BURNS BUlli Market Master Masterde20sr Masterr MastereTeflO3tcia
de20sr r eTeflO3tcia eTeflO3tciaS rcm rcms > a aS
S s H WALEBR 433 SL > BU AVE AVEFDtE AVEFIRE AVEFinn
FIRE insuRancE KSUHAXCEBricks ISSlJ1L insuRancEBricks CE CEBricks
Bricks 25c 25cFramesr 25
PER Hxr I4HFOIt Foir s TEAKS TEAKSThree
Frames 60c 60 60Three t tThree
Three Firstlass First lass Companies CompaniesMillions Compmisillicmi Companieslimious
Millions illicmi of Capital CapitalAmerican C CapitalAmerican pital pitalAmerican
American Pisa European Plan PlanHOTEL P PHOTEL PlanHOTEL
HOTEL ST II LOUIS LOUISG
G EL A L AVEJDECB WLDECIr1rop Proprietor ProprietorComer ProprIetorCorner dor dorComer
Comer 14th and H Sts N W Wdel5lmo Wdcl5Imo WdaiSlao
del5lmo dcl5Imo W VTJSHIXCTOjr GTO D Do C Cmm Co CoGREAT CGREAT
GREAT BEAR mm mmSUPPLIES SPRlffGOO SPRlffGOOSUPPLIES c cstIPUES
SUPPLIES SUPPLIES PURE SPRING TVAIEfi t WERCCalioxaforSOn Ar
4 CCalioxaforSOn CCalioxaforSOnOFFiCE Gallons for forOFFICE SOe SOeOFEICEi
OFFICE 7SM 1ITH SH X TK TKJ 1YPAINPS ir irPIE
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PAINPS PIE CELERY fUMPOU CMPllUXDERS rla rla11DE
11DE 11DEJ UXDERS UXDERSJ
J J wrrrT WTrrk7T W I iTAIVr A M LEE LEEUndertakernnd IEEUndertaker TTH TTHUndertaker
Undertaker Undertakernnd and Livery LiverySS2 LIeri LIeriS82 LivenjEs
SS2 Es Peen Are K 1t TT VTashinst6aD W3 > C CX C CJ Cy
X J BODWABD aoW ItD TASU TASUFnncrnl T TA3LEFuneral LEEy LEEyFuncrn
Funeral Director
711 Eleventh E cvcntb St St K WeENSrONS W WSE2JSI02TS IVPENSIONS
PENSIONS FOR BAHBOAD BAHBOADCUicnpro RAIL OADMENi OADMENiChlengo IEN IENChicago
Chicago and Xortliircstern Road to toAdopt toAdopt tbAdopt
Adopt the System SystemCHICAGO SystemCmCAGO systemCH1CAGG
CHICAGO Dec 22 22The The Chicago bIcag6nncf bIcag6nncfNorthwestemRallway and andNorthwestern irnr irnrNorthwestern
Northwestern NorthwestemRallway Railway will present its its2lOOO
27000 2 OOOempIoyes employes with a permanent pension pensionsystem pensionsystem pensionsyntem
system This is a Christmas and anda a aNew aNewYear New NewYear NenYear
Year gift of President Marvin Hughittv Hughittvthe Bughi Bughithe flughiththe
the directors and stockholders to the therank therank tJerank
rank and file on the road roadThe 1UacLThe soa soaThe
The Northwestern is the first of the thegreat thegreat thegreat
great Chicago railroads to adopt the em employes em employ empiOYeS ¬
ployes ploy s pension system patterned patte edIn edInrespects In many manyrespects maIi maIirespects
respects after that recently created creat by toythe bythe bythe
the Pennsylvania lines The pension pensionnys pensionnystam Sys System ys ystem ¬
tem proposed which will ill go into In o otre oITect oITecton offeEtT offeEtTon t ton
on January I next is the most sweeping sweepingyet SwpcpiigV sweepingyin
yet V t effected by any American corporatiart1 corporatiart1in corpcrntimin
in in that It takes fa n a every employe ployc of ofthe ofthesystem the thesystems th thsystem
system The average number of lempjayes lempjayesof eD1ItloYegof
of the road od during the th last twelve months monthshas monthSlias nsozithkhas
has been 26725 26 728
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Horsfords Horsfordsftelii H Horsfordscid or510r5 or510r5Acid d
Acid cid Phosphate PhosphateNourishes
Nourishes lioprlshesand and Invigr invigorates tes the th tired brain brainand bmiriand brahian
and an body gives rest res strength sengthanci and quiet sleeps sl ep

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