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WASHINGTON, D. C, SUN DAT. MOENrN"Gh,DECEM15EK 29, 1895.--TWENTY PAGES.
LEADS LOCAL PkPE
M AMQUUT OF
IT H10 VOTES T8 SPARE
WANT AMERICAN BONDS
England Bubbling Over With Love
for This Country's Dollars.
Bond Bill Passed by a large
EXCEEDED ALL ESTIMATES
LOAN SUEELT TO BE TAKEN
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fairy of tlie Objectors Wore Whipped
Into Line and the Vote Stood 170 to
iao Put Before tlio House In Sec
tions Wtirm Speeches Made for
und Against tlie Measure.
Notwithstanding tlio only partlnllyallaved
dissatisfaction of the silver Republicans
the open reo!t of Mr. Johnson, of Cali
fornia, and some of Ills associates, mid
the combined opposition of the Democrats,
with but one exception, the bill-authorizing
the Issuance of 3 per tent coin bonds yes
tcrday afternoon passed the House bj a
vote of 170 to 130.
The measure thus liada majority offorty
four votes, a score more than the uumlicr
predicted by Chairman Dlugley, and con
eldcrably In excess of the strength antici
pated by the other Republican leaders.
The reason for this grand showing Is
found lu the fact that many members did
nut -vote as" they talked.
Several gentlemen, who, on the pre
ceding day, oted against the rule, bring
ing up the bond bill for consideration, oted
for its passage. Others made speeches lu
opposition, but when their names were
called responded "Aye.'
But forty-seven Republicans recorded
themselves In the negative, although more
than seventy-five are wedded to free silver.
They had been placated by the clause pro
hibiting the retirement of the greenbacks.
Oue Democrat, Mr. Hutcheson, of Texas,
forsookhis associates, and voted fortbe bill,
PASSED WITHOUT SCENES.
There were no unusual scenes or Inci
dents accompanying tlie passage of the bill.
The galleries were crowded with specta
tors, and an unusual representation of
diplomats were In ev ldcnee. Evcutheexecu
tle gallery contained a party of ladles and
M r. Johnson, of California, demanded the
yeas and nays on the first section of
thcbllL The result showed 1 09 Kepubliians
and all the Democrats present'oxcept one,
nil the Populists ai.d Mr. Newlands, silver
1st, voting In the negative.
There was no opposition to the second
section of the bill, directing the 6ale of
certificates of lndebtednc-s to meet tempor
nry deficiencies 111 revenue, and it was
agreed to, and the bill passed without a
The date preceding the vote on tlie bill
developed nothing new.
his lidief to be that the gov crnroent obliga
tlons were not payable in gold alone, and
that the Democrats opposed the pending
bill because they believed there was no
necessity for the sale of bonds.
Mr. Dalzell expressed his amazement that
Secretary Carlisle had such an idea of
the proprieties and decencies of public life
that lie could, In an authorized Interview,
attack the legislation proposed by the
House of Representatives for protecting
the credit of the nation.
THET GOT IN THE RECORD.
A number of speeches ranging In dura
tion from tliirt seconds to tvv enty minutes
were made prior to 3 o'clock, when tlie
Mr. Connolly said he did not like the bill
but would vote for it under protest.
Mr. Fayuc tald tlie defeat of ibj bill
Continued on Second rage-
Brewed from the
finest malt and hops,
and pronounced by
analysis to be
BREWERY AND OFFICES,
4th, 5th, E and FSts.N.E., City.
HARRYIWILLIAMS - - Manager. I
.EH STOLE AWAT
His Charges Vere Not Proven,
So He Vanished.
BAILED IN THE AFTERNOOi
Memhcrs of tlie Xevv York "Yuc-bi
Club Say Hint tin' .Noble Kurl Old
Xot I.'ao the Country Too Soon
for Ills Own Good TroceedlnK
Had Xot Been Finished.
New Vort, Dec. 2S. The Earl of Dun
raven, accompanied by bis friend, Arthur
Glennle, rear commodore of the Royal
Portsmouth Vacht Club, sailed ror Eng
land at 2 o'clock this alternoou on board
the Cunarder Umbria.
The Investigation of the charges made
by Lord Dunraven against tlKiso In charge
of the Defender had not concluded when
the noble earl and his henchman took their
The manner In which the Irish earl
made bis sccord visit to New York this
year and the extraordinary means that
were taken to avoid his being Interviewed
by reporters were only slight precautions
la comparison with the efrcrts that were
resorted to in order that even the bare
fact of his exit today might be kept from
There seemed to be somewhat of adivision
of sentiment between the members of the
New l'ork Yacby Club as to Dunraven's
visit, but In the end the divergence ap
peared, after the manner of a paradox,
to converge Into an unanimity of opinion
that he was non-suited.
Some of tins members said plainly that
the noble earl had not left the country
any too soon for bis own good, while
other prominent yachtsmen regarded bis
personal reiteration on this side of the
water of the charges made In the Field, in
the light of a huge game of "bluff."
As on yesterday morning George L.
Rives was the first to reach the head
quarters of tho New York Tacbt Club,
at 67 Madison avenue. He was fol
lowed by L. A. Fish, C. Oliver Iselln. Joseph
H. Choate, Herbert C. Leeds of Boston
and Capt. Mahan, U. S. X. Capts. Hank
Uaff and Terry and the rest of the De
Messrs. J. Pieriwnt Morgan and Wil
liam C. Whitney drove up before 10 o'clock
and A. Cass CanficliU secretary of the
America's Cup committee, walked In
later. Lord Dunraven and Mr. Alsqultb.
with Arthur Glennle, I. A. G. Hamilton
and David G. Henderson, strolled leisurely
to the clubhouse. Newberry Thome, J.
Butler and Hon. E. J. Phelps were among
the last to arrive. At 10:20 a. tn. the
burgee of tlie club was hauled up and the
committee went Into session.
The Defender sjndlcatc presented testi
mony in rebuttal of that offered by Lord
men were present at the Inquiry declined
to talk for publication, it was learned on
good authority that tlie charges made by
Lord Dunraven were totally disproved.
Lord Dunraven's case was liased upon
suspicion and Inference from the fact that
her tender, the Hnttie Palmer, had remain
ed alongside until a late hour the nlgbt be
fore the first race. This and other allega
tions made by Lord Dunraven were ex
plained by those in charge of the Defender,
Continued on Fourth Page.
WU1 It Ki-ep?
In reply to a correspondent askiug Mr.
Bpecr about bis Oporto Grape Juice, he
says be will warrant it to keep any length
of tunc lu bottles it they arc kept full
and well corked. The Juice is not likely
to keep long after allowed to come In
contact with atmosphere over 40 de
grees temperature. It 1 excellent for
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WAS SHANGHAIED FOR SPAIN
Startling Revelations Made Against
British Consul at Cuba.
SvvIsh Sullor Tuki'ji to SimhIiiko uud
Glvi'ii Choice of Joining SpunKli
Troops or 1'uylns UN Wiiylloinc.
Mueller, a Swiss, arrived in Pittsburg
two days ago from Baltimore and called
upon Belgian Vice Consul Schneider, him
self a native of Switzerland, and bought
that gentleman's good offices in securing
employment. Mueller Is tlilny-four years
old, but for tlie past five years has called
London bis home.
He relates a story of narrow escape from
compulsory service In the Spanish navy in
the Cuban insurrection, and of bis accept
ance of the alternative offered of leaving
the country without the wages tliat were
due liim from the dons. Mueller ahVges
that the British consul at Santiago de
Cuba aided and abetted the Spaniard.
Last October Mueller, who Is a ship
fireman by occupation, with flfiecn
other sailors, engaged with Thomas Stltt,
a shipping master, to ship on a man-of-war
ror Cuba. They were each to get
7 for the run, of which 3 and 7 shillings
were to have been paid In advance. This
together with promise of free return pas
sage to England after the vessel had been
turned over to the Spanish authorities at
a Cuban port.
At Glasgow they lioarded an Insignifi
cant gunboat named "Sundocal." After
a tempestuous loyage the vessel was
delivered to the Spaniards at .Santiago.
Mueller, with the rest of the crew, went
to the offiev of tin- British consul for their
They were told that their'fare back to
England would not be paid and that they
would not be alloweel to leave the port
on other than an English steamer. They
were finally given the alternative of en
listing In the Spanish Navy or paying their
own fare to Baltimore.
All except the engineer accepted the lat
tor proposition and arrived lu Baltimore
December 10, on the steamer Huntingdon,
paying each 5 for his passage.
He states, however, that cverjlxwly at
Santiago, except the Spanish soldiers,
Is confident that the Insurgents will prove
victorious. The Insurgent army, he says,
numbers 40,000 men.
Ti'iiiiosseenns Feted in Atlanta.
Atlanta, Ga., Dec. 28. A party of 100
prominent citizens of Nashville spent the
day here. They came In the interest of the
Tennessee Centennial Exposition. The
members of the Nashville party were the
guests of the Exhibitors' Association at the
Cotton States Exposition. Toulghtthe Ten
nesseeans were entertained by the exhibi
tors at the Capital City Club.
Swindled Poor Laborers.
Waterbury. Conn., Dec. 28. Fllomeno
Seneca, of 33 Grand street, proprietor of
a local private banking mid foreign order
house, has left taking It Is charged nearly
$1,000 entrusted to him by laborers to
send to relatives In the Old Country. Let
ters from Italy revealed the thefts, then
Seneca ran away. He was heard from in
New York a few days ago when he wrote
that he should never come back.
Insane Man Shoots Ills fTlfo.
Winston, N. C, Dec. 28. William Miller,
during n fit of insanity last night, shot
his wife In the back with a shot gun.
She was running away from him when
he fired. Her Injuries are regarded as
serious, Mr. Miller has several times re
cently threatened to kill his wife and
Bishop .Shauley In Home.
Rome. Dec. 28. The Right Rev. John
Shanley, D. D., bishop of Jamestown, N.
D., has arrived lu this city.
Ivy Inst. Bus. College, 8th and K, teaches
auyxice subject of Us course at $1 a month.
two m films wits
Attorney General Attacks the
Beef and Railway Pools.
INTEREST IN- THE FIGHT
All the Hoiidn Terniiimtiinj In Xevv
York Affected, Says .Sir. Morrison
of the Interstate, Commerce Com
mission TJiiesplaliicd Truce In the
lh'ef Trust Cases. $'
Attorney General Harmon has now two
wars against combines on his hands, and
the country will watch the result with sonic
IntereM. His opponents are the beef trust,
ami the gigantic, railroad trust, which has
enteral into a combination to fix rales
for the West and East.
Chairman Morrison, of thcInterstaleCoiu
rocrce Commission, vrho furnished the lu
formation on which tlie instructions for
procedure agajust thp railroads were
baed, was called ou last night, uud asked
if he could give the matter more fully in
detail than It had appeared lu the news
papers. He said that he bad simply furnish
ed the Information as to the combine Jn
response to a resoluttoa.of the Senate, and
that the facts had been published sub
SWEEPING' IN, EFFET.
He was asked If he could enumerate the
railroads to be jjffected. lie said that all
that would bo found In the communication
from the commission when printed, but
he could say In general terms that all tbe
railroads entering Kew York City Tvere
ineluded in the charge. It is against these
tnut uniicu states District Attorney w.n
late Macfarlane, of New York, has been
ordered by the Attorney General to pro
ceed. These railroads had formed what is
known as a "Joint' Trifflo Association,"
which could uaveuutoneobject, to wit, the
raising or lowerlng-.rates at will, and as
suming control of matters properly under
the control of the .Interstate Commerce
This Is one of tbe,bjggest fights ever
undertaken by tlie Attorney General under
any administration and deals with one of
tlie gravest possible Issues.
LYING AROUND LOOSE.
At effort was madctq see the Attorney
General last evening onttlic subject of the
proceedings which uadbon ordered against
the beet trust1 In Illinois. Mr. Harmon
was not at home and no Information was
given at his residence as fonts whereabouts.
Attorney General Dickinson was called
on and asked what had, become of the
prosecutions, which it was publlsheel had
been ordered against the beef trust, but
he said that be knew nothing about-them.
It Is possible, however, that tbe cases are
Just ljlng around loose tn the United
States courts of Illinois-and tliat the De
partment of Justice has really heard noth
ing about them lately.
Grand Change In Hotel Circles.
Atlanta, Ga., Dec. "S. Joseph Thomp
son Joday bought the Interest of Henry
Ueerman In tbe lease of the Kimball House.
George Scovllle bought Ueerman's interest
Jn tbe lease of tbe Markham House. Mr.
Thompson becomes sole lessee of tbe Kim
ball. Mr. Ueerman goes to Europe for bis
United States' Demands Indemnity.
London, Dec. 28. A'dlspatcn from Con
stantinople to tbe .Central News says that
the United States have demanded from
tbe porte the payment of aT largo Indem
nity for the loasc-a sustained by American
missionaries through "the joctlon of the
mobs ln Asia mrbor. J
KlUed Himself ln a Brothel.
Atlanta, Ga., Dec. 28. W. P. Pentecost
committed suicide Id a disreputable bouse
here last nlgbt. He had quarreled with
a woman in the houee.
CAR PROTECT ALL SEAPORTS
Yenezuelan3 Gontinna Their Prep
arations to Resist England.
Itnml Between Caracas and Ln
Guasru Hits Ilt'eii Fortified Of
ficers lb-lug Drilled Dally.
(Special to Tbe Times.)
(Copyright by James Gordon Bennett.)
Caracas, Venezuela, Dec. 28. The Vene
zuelan military officials continue the prep
arations to resist any attack tbat.ruay be
made on tills republic as a result of the con
tention with England, or any other dis
v Oiticers of the army areiirTlJed dally ln
the use of heavy artillery on the hill tops
of this city. A new instructor is In charge
there, and he has done much to raise the
men to a high stale of enthusiasm.
This instructor, who Js re-garded by the
Venezuelans as an authority, says that 10,
000 soldiers properly placed and armed can
prevent the landing of a hcstile force ln
La Guayra. A smaller force he contends,
can prevent a landing In Puerto, Cabello
and other sea coast towns.
It Is impossible, be sas, for a landing to
b' made except in the far eastern part of
tbe island. It a force should be put ashore
there or sent Into the country fromrltlsh
Gualana, a long inarch would be necessary
to bring it lietore this capital. Tbe Vene
zuelans confidently declare that they would
be able to resist any body of men that might
be sent on such an cxiedllion.
Tho road between this city and La Guayra
has been fortified, so that troops can resist
a force that might be sent from Cindad
HIS ACCOUXTS A1IE SHORT.
Ex-Mayor Lambert Arrested for
Em bezzllnu; $ 1 5,000.
New Cumberland, W. Va., Dec. 28. Ex
Mayor George Lambert, one of tbe leading
Republican politicians hi this part of tbe
State, was arrested last night on a charge
of embezzlement, preferred by McMahon,
Porter 4 Co., fire brick manufacturers.
Lambert has been secretary for the com
pany for years, and is short in his accounts
with the firm to an amount exceeding
Editor Hunting Seriously 111.
Toronto, Ont., Dec. 28. C. W. Bunting,
managing editor of the Mall, who has been
confined for some weeks to Ills bed suf
fering from Brlght's disease. Is reported
to be dj Ing. Mr. Bunting lias, apart from
his newspaper position, been prominent
ln politics, and at one time- was a member
of the Dominion parliament, represent
ing the county of Welland.
m m i
TJsedV Carbolic Acid as a Joke.
Wheeling, W. Va., Dec. 2S. Michael
Morris has been arrestedforpourlngcarbollc
acid into the nose'of C. W. Davis wbllo
the latter was asleep. He intended It as
a Joke but Davis Is In a terrible condition,
while Morris will be held to await the
result of his Injuries.
Lincoln, Neb., Dec 28. A movement for
a Nebraska-Kansas Baseball League for
next season Is being pushed In this and
other cities Interested, with chances of suo
cess. Tbe cities seleoted are Beatrice, Lin
coln, Omaha and Hastings in Nebraska,
and Topeka, Leavenworth, Atchison and
Lawrence ln Kansas.
Locb & Hlrsh's Sale.
"It's wonderful," said tho shabby man,
"how you always seem to dress so well,
and yet you draw the same salary as I
"The reason Is simple," replied the sleek,
well-groomed one. "I leave the cnUre busi
ness of dressing to my bailor, my outfitter,
my batter,' my shirtmaker, who all rolled
into one are the celebrated firm of Locb &.
V t.,35 -VT-?T
VIDTiMS BURIED IN P&IRS
Aftermath of the Baltimore
COMPLETE LIST OF THE DEAD
Hebrew Benevolent Society 'Will As
sist tin Indigent Injured and Rela
tives of the Dead Coroner Hill
Will Make a Thorough. Investiga
tion of the Causes of tbe Disaster.
Baltimore, Dec 28. Six victims of the
Front Street Theater horror were burled
this afternoon. A large crowd collected
In front of each house of mourning, and
many morbidly curious persons Jews and
Genllle followed the corte-ge to the cem
etery. Muses Salzburg, aged eleven, and bis
seven-year-old sister Katie were taken
to the burial place ln the same hearse and
were burled side by side, as were also
Samuel Kramer, thirteen years old, and
his Utile sister, aged eleven. Ida and Anna
Nnvarlansky, aged thirteen and seven
years, respectively, were the third pair of
children who were followed to their graves
today by their sorrowing relative"
The. Hebrew Free Burial Society have
been asked to assume the expense of In
terring five other victims of the catas
trophe by sorrow-stricken friends of the
de-ad, and have arranged to bury them to
President Ko-enbaum says he expects
that other applications will be received
by the society for aid and that It, as well
as tlie Hebrew Benevolent Society, stands
ready to assist the Indigent persons among
the Injured or dead Israelites.
Thenumber of fatalities was twenty-three,
as sent out last night. Many persons were
Injured and were removed to their homes
befcre their names of conditions could be
ascertained, but up to a late hour tonight
no further deaths bad been reported to
the health officials.
Of the ten patients at the city hospital
four had recovered sufficiently to be re
moved, and were sent to their homes this
evening. Four of those remaining arc
ln a critical condition.
Coroner Hill has summoned a large Lum
ber of witnesses to appear at the inquest
tomorrow morning, and a thorough investi
gation of the 'causes of tbe disaster will
All the bodies have been Identified and
delivered to their friends for burial.
LIST OF THE VICTEU8.
Following Is a complete and revised list
of the dead:
LOUIS AMLOSKY, aged 42 years, saloon-keeper;
leaves a widow and thirteen
GABRIEL BERNSTEIN and TERESA
BERNSTEIN, the 4 and C-year-old children
of Leopold Bernstein, a saloon-keeper, at
900 East Fayette street.
LEO COHEN, 6 years of age.
IDA FRIEDMAN, 14 years of age.
JENNIE HENCKEL, 22 years.
MORRIS LEVENSON, grocer, 35 years.
LENA LEWIS, 22 years.
MORRIIS MARG0LIE3, tailor, 21 years.
SARAH ROSEN. 1G years.
JACOB ROSENTHAL, 25 years.
MOSES SALZBERQ, 40 years.
KATIE SALZBERG, 17 years.
SARAH SIF.GLE, 7 years.
ANNIE NAVARLANSKI. 7 years.
IDA NAVARLANSK3T, 13 years.
JOSEPH LEBERYVJTZ. 11 years.
WOLF HORWITZ, tailor, 30 years.
SARAH POLLOCK, 15 ycare.
SIMON POLLOCK, 8 years.
ISAAC GRIME, 10 years.
Tbe dancing season is here Let the
dancing shoes be purchased from Crocker,
939 Pennsylvania avenue.
Few Days Ako Would jrt Tjten to
Any .SaRK"tlons, Hut Xow Would
Snap at tin Chance Great Britain
und ItiiNsia to ilove ln the Arnie-
London, Dec. 28. Much interest Is dis
played In financial circles here regarding
tlie proposed new American bond issue,
"'ending the official announcement, how
ever, of the istue ct lLe lean, the lntere6
to be paid and wtcther gold orcoin bonds
will be given lo secure the lean nothing
definite can be predicted as to its liifluenco
ou the European markets.
There is a dilicJcuee of crinloii here as
to tn: reuptitn the London market would
give exen to r.tw bonds Leiiriug four per
cent Interest, but it'Is (iguillcant thas
whereas a lew ilzy, ago ail iciea of taking
pan of tLe jfceee was sccutcd, such action
u now discussed as a ircfcatlllty.
Tlie Times today repeats the "rcrort that
the Rothschilds Lave declined lo take any
of the Lends at ,Le present n.oincat. It
udds that doubtless capitalists will Le found
here ready to participate in the isue at
a satisfactory price.
"Hie" Economist says that short dated
three-pet cent coin Lculs would certainly
not be tiAen cp n. Lccdcn, uid although
they" were placed ln the United States the
Treasury would Le unable toiciain the gold
realized by tl.ciisa.easlt hhhcrio has been
unable to retain the piccceds of former
THE VENEZUELAN SITUATION.
With reference to the Venezuelan situa
tion 11 can be said that the Brlthh Guiana.
charte-red cutopauy, over which the St.
James' Gazette is trying to get up a sen
sation, has not been chartered, nor is it
likely to get a charter until cverythlng
Is amicably arranged between London
The dispatch of the Right Hon. Joseph
Chamberlain, secretary of slate for Ifco
colonie-s, offering to make contcssious
within Ihe Scliuinburgk line, was written
obviously lo strengthen the British case
against the contentions advanced by the
Hon. Richard Olney, the American Secre
tary of State. An English syndicate, rely
ing on Mr. Chamberlain's suggestions,
made proposals to the Guiana government
asking for the grant of huge tracts of land
between the Essequlbo and the Schoni
burgk frontier. The syndicate asked loo
much, and met with a refusal.
A meeting of colonial residents held tn
Georgetown, chiefly representative of lh
planter interest, formed a board which
was authorized lo petition the government
for a limited concession.' All Ihi hap
pened prior lo the sending to Congress of
President Cleveland's message fenent the
UNDERSTANDING ABOUT ARMENIA.
Developments In the East point to an
entente between Russia and Great Britain,
under which Russia will temporarily oc
cupy the disturbed province in Asia
Minor, Great iintain co-operating with
Russia on tbe seaboard. Russian over
tures to this effect are undoubtedly beforu
Lord Salisbury. The news yestt-rdiy from
St. Petersburg adds to tbe belief thas
such negotiations are in progress.
As stated, the deputation of Armenian
ecclesiastics who were sent on a mission
to St. Petersburg to ask the protection
of tbe czar for their persecuted co-religionists,
were told by Prince Lobanoff
Rostovsky, the Russian minister of for
eign affairs, that the czar, if he wera
publicly Invited by at least three of tb
great powers. Including England, would be
able to pacifically administer the disturbed
provinces of Anatolia, but that in order to
do so be must have the support or Europe.
Such action as this would be in line with
the policy that Is supported by the Liberals
here and would be acquiesced In by Ifco
Conservatives, who are discontentisl with
the diplomatic defeat the sultan has in
flicted on England.
The Duke of Argyll, who, since he de
serted Mr. Gladstone, has become an in
timate friend of Lord Salisbury, has
written a letter, ln which he comments on
the absence of a genuine European con
cert on the Armenian question. He says,
with reference to Asia Minor, that If a
combination of the powers cannot be ef
fected Great Britain must glvo up her
Jealousies and invite Russia to do what
she could accomplish with case.
SOME MINOR GOSSir.
Lasker, tlie chess master, writes from
St. Petersburg to the Brighton Clie-m Club
that he was received very hospitably ln the
Russian capital. The St. Petersburg Chess
Club, he says is the finest In the world.
He adds that the climate of the place is
so unhealthy that Stelnltz, Pllkbury, and
himself are all suffering with influenza.
The young Duchc9s of Marlborough, nee
Vanderbilt, who Is now, with ber hiitiaud
In Rome, is negotiating with a London In
surance company for a policy lu a large
sum on her life for the benefit of the dukj.
The queen Is timed to arrive at Clmlez.
near Nice, on March 12. bhe will stay
there five weeks. She will then go to
Coburs to visit her son, the grand duke of
Saxe-Coburg and Gotha (the duke of Edin
burgh.) Emperor William and the duke of Saxe
Coburg and Gotha each sent a great
wild boar's head to Osborne Houe, where
her majesty Is sojourning. They were the
pieces de resistence at the royal table on
Christmas Day. The queen se-nt gigantic
plum puddings to the emperor and grand
Body of tlie Xlhillst Cremated in the
l'n-sciice of Friends.
London, Dec. 28. The body of Sergluc
Stepnlak. the Russian nihilist and refugee,
who was kil ed by being struck by rail
way train at Chiswick on December 23.
was cremated at Woking today In tbe
presence of a concourse of nihilists and
socialist refugees. Many women, carrying
wreaths, were In the cortege which marched
to the crematory.
Speeches were made by John Birns ano'
Tom Mann, tho English labor leaders;Prlnce
Krapotklnc, tbe nihilist; William Morris,
the poet; the German sodtallst, Bernstein
the Italian socialist, Malalosta, and th
CoiiRres of Scientists Ended.
Philadelphia, Dec 28. The societies com
prising the Congress of Scientists, held
their concerning sessions today at the
University of Pennsylvania. Numerous
papers were read before tbe Associaiior
of American Autonomists, the Geological
Society of America, the American Physlco
logical Society, the American Psychological
Association and the American Folklore
Cycle Records Smashed.
Coronado, Cal.,Dec. 2S. Hamilton broke
the two-thirds mile fly Ingstart paced record
today. Time, 1:0S 3-5. Wells broke
the three-quarter mile coast record paced
by quadruplet. Time, 1:18 3-5.
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