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THE WASHINGTON W TIMES MONDAY DECEMBER 15 1 IOCS
COMMISSIONER WARE WAREMAKES ARE AREAKE8
IXESGEMENUil IXESGEMENUilInability MAKES AKE8 GENERAL gENIAL gENIALIrubility IIENIALInability
Inability to tOWork Work thelCause thelCauseof the Cause Causeof
of Changes ChangesSALARY Chan ChanSALARY
SALARY NOT OT I IStatement IW QTlOW QTlOWStatement Iott IottStltement
Statement That Py If OM dm CIerIIa It IsGiven ItGiven JaGivea
Given to t Y Yltragsr wqpt Oust otrne otrneia Mat fPnw Tlneie fPnwia
ia Amy Gag Cosli Gagi c ctnp
li i ono P Waro w OtaiHaliisHiatf P of ofnou oril OfIt
il I1lHm < nou today dialed tbo statemeat statemeatlie Mate eat t tth1
th1 lie has reduced tR m aasiuoa IUfa aad ad sal i1ury salvcntcea s sI1T
ury I1T > vcntcea aged clerks employed e4 In hiI
1 1 hniun fusion t niun Once to t auik make room for foraad forI
I aad Ild more active clerks Per Peri
a i greater number HID than that men grnl D Dh
i + m l he h 118M sM have ilia vs been e roduoed re4e4bsL re4e4bsLt but butis
1 11 i is R not dose with a view ya of pro pronv proI1J pronU
I1J nU nv places Jl e for younger clorka The Then ThefI
11 fI n s wero w fOre atadertls mad r the Commissioner CoIaI8 CeombplbserI
1 1 for f fir the atkle ale reaaoa reaioattbat taol some e of ofoM f fI fICI
oM ICI I civrka cl r are net able ob s to do Ute tbei
I i i in rooaecthm IJ with tt + the poaittona psltionsrothlas 1tIo 1tIoh
h 1 It I
t > is nothing IDtI new De nets or cxtraordl cxtraordlMr ldi ldit
Mr t r War Wa Ware said In n re NIl rMlatelttg > la lag old oldv
c < v C by Y younger ones oa la I any D7 of tile thom tileI
I m mental dopartctents Dta fa tala t city cilyivhcra it1I <
I k ivhcra I tnc hu3 ro Mace he h ana s boo heel at t the thei theL
L i of of the tb Penstta OBe Gees a hn saM tit be bemail
1 0 made mail Buell soon cM changes as bo daaald daaaldi leI leIt
i the t II work WO or la I cneetoa CM e eeetIS ttoa With wit the tnei tJaeftQUl1ed
i required aad demanded w Inrt In Inii
ii 11 l th t theae bps se changes the Commisaloaer Commisaloaeriiat
i bat neither neitherex sex sex nor color was taken takencnneideratloa takfDlo takencnfMderatioa
cnneideratloa lo IIdftStioa Amoag A80 thooe t who whorecently be beffleOU7
> recently beta todacod be bewcrt aaid aaidwore eat eaterc
wore erc two women oaaea It was not notuse auJ
J a use se of their oex exItAwrvue aoworor be 1MI said aaidTnr saidh
I h + hanger were WeIeApC feria
ApC ta f fTIrf 1 1nt
Tnr TIrf nt re ia I certain eert l04 work wont te be done ODer by byt
t r r > employe of tao t e Poaatoa Omce Mr MrVrr litsa1d 1 1Wn
Wn Vrr said ald sad If the Incumbent at te any anyirular a anyI 7
1 11 r ruler uhn posltioa ta rot able oa a ac ee eenl
c ni H l of ago or some lore other cause eM 10 10jrform lOI toI
jrform I dorm it It oems one e ao ho ta able 11 andi and ad adprtlt
i prtlt np r ptent > trnt > ot will be given Ute work to todo todo
do d > >
Iii this cocaoctioa cc etloa Mr vtaro 1lrar sa Raid saUibit id
ibit 1 hat in no taataacc hetllteMer aow4 or We was the thesalnry theahry
salnry of any OJ employe fjpl old or Youngrcdured young youngrr louac1I11d
rr 1I11d < 1n < od in order that tao wag wages of ofot ofof some someoihr
ot oihr hr h r omployt might ratIM lbe o Inoreaaed InoreaaedTn
Tn his annual report to the Secretary Secretaryof
o of the 1 hf Interior regarding rcgar tag the aged clerks clerksin eJerIulIn clerksIn
in hirt hl department departm Dt Mr Ware W said saidI
1 I have in my bureau bu many worthy worthywnployes wtnllymIlops Orthy OrthysmplnyPs
wnployes wl who > 0 have served rwtt t tlpfif coun counIry coon eOaa1r coontry
try 1r and who ho arc 8f < sufferlag Bufrer from the dls dlsuMllty 41shllty dl
uMllty both of war ar and age It will III be beonly beIn
In only r a very short time before there thereulll tIIer1Il therett1u
ulll 1Il bo b In ry bureau 50 01 persons wHill wko wkotvill w will
Hill ill be > vf P practically IncapacK Incapadiated ated for far t tlutrtcate the thelutrirate thelut ltc
lutrirate lut rlcap and nd difficult duties devolving devolvingupon devolrl devolrlMien a ape1t00
upon 1 > on them t In the t hI adjudication of orMaims oflaimR peaalon peaalonelaimR
Maims elaimRfongress Maimstongresa laimRon
fongress on reU should 5 ould make urake some some 8C m arraage arraagetn ir r rmnt >
tn mnt nt by which these S9na meaoaabe meaoaabetrom 811 anb retired retiredfrom NtInIIIrom
from duty dut They must be taken oat oars oarsTo of ofT of ofT
To T discharge them in largo number num numBoon aa aasoon
soon as they have become an serviceable IDlMryieeallleIrbirh nnserr serviceablewbih
wbih will bf very soon would worldvery cause causevery euMVIr aa
very VIr great pain and suffering sufferlagIf
If 500 superannuated nrraoDuat cloth could eoNrrirfd coaledrrt bo boretired
rrt retired irrd and i 100 o young oun moa mist mt t to their theirplat tlleir11HPI theftphces
11HPI plat PS I could very greatly Kn Improve the thegervlcp tIMsrI1 t tern
gervlcp srI1 ern Ier and augment iLUCJBe t US If I speed besid besides besidesuvina dea deaulnlP es
uvina wuch money moneyFIRE waoD waoDFIRE moneyFIRE
FIRE VISITS TOWN TOWNOF TOWNOF TOWNOF
OF CEMTERVILLE MD MDMany MDMany MDMany
Many BuUdiaf Wijwi Wi Out Otlt lactaitaf lactaitafthe I Itile Ilkhli a athe
the Queen AusJf Aaa KatiMal tIuIc lank Baaki lanktETfaV1LLE
i EXTKRVILLB E TEaVJLLE 1IfL H DOK Ilir Ilirfrom 1ITbe lw The TheW
W 5 from tht t ire which swept this tit dty dtyeiriy dtyfrly alt altcrly y
eiriy yesterday morning will probably probablyrraih probaI proheblirr I IIah
rr rraih a h 11oo0rit l600 l OoeO o The estimated estl aced t tj Insurance IIItAIIIa8COJO
j JO SRn 10000 soOOTht 10000Th NO NOThe
The Th fire started la W H R Smiths 1IIaItIt 1IIaItItJw fmkaFoPt dry dryoo
FoPt Jw oo ir store from aa unknowa canoe rawrarnrs TIM Tbormios
rmios 1 m spread so rapidly the local are treartment are1rtmt Irepartment
> < artment 1rtmt > > t was pawwtoos peww lu Two eagine eaginemt mewl1panles ISdIflimpanles
wl1panles mt < anies arrived on a alpeelal vpeclal train trainfrom tra1Jafrom traittram
from WllmlsKicn Wllmt WflmisgtonlieL on totel aad wtftat lent aU aUAmong aidAmong N NmOnl
Among mOnl the tb bulldl buildings burned were taM tbofollowing taMllJowIUI thefnltowing
following Queen QI > fn Anne ADa National Bank Banks Ilea Ileantrnts k kIf
If + nntnts s of sole Iult IntaoU store tore torexle and aadU aD4I
xle < U riling of amt C AUea undertak undertaki 8adwta1tOtabUlbmeat
err i c establishment of Wright it Lid Ed4 e eul ns nsin
in ul I Joseph G < Dawaoa Da William Williamrihs H HMiiih Htdh
Miiih tdh rihs > clothing and furnishing funl store storedry storedry toredry ore
dry goods stores of fit Alfred f Owen aDd J JMorria JMnm Jc
c Morria drug dtU Maroisf K J MMr f ab Mot MotJar JIoIla 01tar
Jar la and a B MJoropaa M or Foramaa the the Perkina PerkinaMO Perkl Perkljlod Perkfblo a
MO jlod + k ocrup oc < lIpd d aa atoroo sta and ar dentists dentistsundt clftttatn1 dent dentrod fait
undt n1 doctors d tra offices k M Keating Kt Ktm1I1 Keatingm s smB
mB m1I1 m s market McConaor M < Conaer ft Son Sons paint painteiorr palatf pain painEiorc t
f eiorr IIln and several 1 dwellings dwellingsWHITNEY delUllpWHITNEY dwellingsWHITNEY
WHITNEY SAYS MME ME TOOW TOOWTO TOO TOOTO T00TO
TO VAWDERSJLT VAHDERSJLTWHIM VAHDERSJLTWHIMRivAlry WHim WHimRivalry WHI WHIRtvalry M
Rivalry of te K 1lN r folkas folk I Mlttoaaires Mlttoaairesas
as to ladvlgtacc 1111 ia Loa lal lalNEW 181T 181EW Waai
aai JpaalUidf JpaalUidfNEW T
NEW EW YORK Iftoe 1 1and 14 14 14anl B SW r WhttasTj WhttasTjand kMl
and YanderlNlt f fanlttes Ibes MBifiRKUc t k koutdo M Moutdo
outdo 01 t do each other ta tW thr s > ttir of a acountry IIcouDlry I Icountry
country tatiom taUfIIIMM > yay pxat 10lak Jttak L LL LLfYIr L1Firer L LKrer
Krer rlncs IDU W X Vanderbilt Jr Jrboutcht Jrbouht kbought
bought through tbro agents agent the land landbu about aboutBueccu aIJoatSUfu a + f
Bueccu bu + ese Lake P Payne Whitaey wltaeyI bps bpsactiv basav basavacuv b
acuv I II v in eff effiHts rrts to buy up p all the tM farm farmland Inhwd tarn tarnlurid
land that Lha was 11 at all picturesque picturesquetltairy The Therivalry T1tet1airy e
rivalry between betwiea these two families has hasrt4td b bTtadd ha hared
rt4td red t d a poini poi L where lane it to bettered IT that thatv theIa t
Ia > < I I v Hi t I I tav w hate Its ow 0 owe private 9ria railroad railroadkirtuon rallrdIol retiresbutton
button Iol < JOU on UK tJ th lx 10 Long > ng ll IsUad Kattroad Kattroaduork KaIIroaork itarrotat
uork t ork on ti lie e VaadocbU Va aUtUou pt tiou u will willBUII WUAb wtJ wtJb
b b BUII i 1I1 ut OHK ot o e Toe ssmlah ao decide decideu d dUivn
u Uivn 111 1 u by Mr fro t ndrbllt and rblt aner rUff a his wit witcuu Wire wttettto e
ttto 111 1 to go ttrouKii a disagreeable azpe azpejj
jj J 1 1 m n i at the tb oii tjl at t N Nock k station t a fe fecloi fed < ew ewd
d cloi + ikjo 1 5u 1J i A 0 th S ikiuing 111110 and 4 Mr Mrs Van VanJ aD aDI
d < J H I javii Iar1tl a i f < v 0 mliui a to wait for fora fora t ta
a Iran well 11i inside the it 4oa While Whiletit WhileIb Whit Whitt e
Ib tit t v vas u Sd l tij lJf place plar a drualtA drum rwal rwaldu man ahnduti4 con conflut
du duti4 flut tt i hlaixlf bins + Ii no rloUiVMf riotoll > f that tllatbe tllatbeU thatu she shelorced be
U > forced to to t o out In tht ruin Tho ThoVauUiblit TJaeall Th S SVaubibIIt
VauUiblit all lblit iiitlon will 111 hr b a brick build buildin 1ri11141LI build1e1
in 1LI of medtiin mfldt tr d and nd will be beby beby heaoed heaoedby
by K ram am aiii ab l licit Ia l t I by elecrl Ittrld IttrldIII < iy iyiiio II IInn
> iiio III nn r it b < uii < rioTi none that the Van Vaadiriiilts Va Vachroil Vanrblln
chroil diriiilts rblln w wel e III n iii j Ii i f rlvut rleatIt > < oft ytatloait
it 1 h r report port I I ih 1 wfjiti t bit Jitl r rwill i fUDJI fUDJIwill mily milywill y
will ur > ck k u < an 1 1 iri Ir t ri ig I j jthe K ri redtM redtMtbt that thatthf
the family f mlly t r yf > T rr r V t I i I IGrate T TGrace
Grace will 111 aMa erect a private prlw station J
MINERSGOHVENTIONS M INS ONYENThNS ONYENThNSPROYENSAYS I IPROVEN i
PROVEN PROYENSAYS PROYENSAYSsee SAYS DARROW DARROWi
i Bad Conditions and Ittade Ittadequacy h1adeI h1adequacy 1lSadequacY
I quacy of Vi ages ShownILL Shown ShownWILL ShovnWILL
WILL W ILL CONCLUDE TOMORROW TOMORROWAttataoy TOMORROWtt8mI7
Attataoy f far or litter Workers Irs SaY Says That ThatVnioa ThatUile
Vnioa 11 la Mses Koooawur Xy szy for Taait TaaitCBAKTON TWrlnIhctioa TbsitPrateetlor
lnIhctioa lnIhctioaPa PrateetlorICLUiTON
CBAKTON Pa Bee la JiooA JiooADwro > > Attomoy Atigrsar1larrew AttomoyDnrrow
Dnrrow Dwro of the mino minetttdetttlts workers ttttid aM this thismomiag Uti Utit thineming
se momiag eming that he will UI conclude his case casetomorrow CMeAbotIt saetottterretr
tomorrow tomorrowAbout tottterretrAboat
About 126 witnesses wi have been beenheard NeDlie beenbread
heard he sold d and practically all theraiders the themisers Uae1II1ft
misers 1II1ft points poI have bar been proved The Thetestimony TIMteat1l1tOlI Thetrtttrony
testimony t together + igetbes with Ute personal penoulTtIoa la lar4sUptbr lav lavvdntlgaUon
vdntlgaUon of the commlastosi baa Iauor given givena lure lurea
a picture of dthe the life of the mkt mine weaken weakenV workorain ork orkfa
in the anthracite rttgirwwhich region whlchit wldela it ia Im Impoaslblo 1 1PGMIblo tar tarparable
parable to forgot and tl wktah W ahowa the thocondition theCOD4ltlon
condition of working sad living UTi betterturn better betterthan bet bettbaD
than it could bo ahowa how In any other otherwar outertray
war warIn 1 1Ia
In addition tIoa all 11 the comps companies CDIII CDIIIwe Ies have havemade havetshde
made schedules lletaed of what they claim e epaid waspalld was waspaid
paid In n wages From the Ue schedules ed eddo wo wodo ono
do d o not MO how Iao any NMODab reasonable person personam penoa4Ioubtlllat
am doubt 4Ioubtlllat that the wages are much aob aob1IIIMIe ta talow Ie
low especially 1IIIMIe lJy when the additional a4d1tlHal111JtC nest oastof
of living In tfoasldetedliigbtllonr eoMWre4L eoMWre4LKifhtEovx
eoIIIldere4ear
KifhtEovx ear earOf Bay BayOf Darof
of Of the ui claim dat for an n eightboor workday work workday
day Mr Darrow Duro said saidThe 1141M antiThe
The rlrpe companies l themselves claim that thatthe tbattile thate
the th e mine dDe Corkers w t do not average eight eighthours elbtaeon
hours lieu a day and If I this tMa1a Is true we donot do donor doDOt
nor see why the present day cia should 14 not notbe MOtbe notshortened
be shortened TIle evidence e certainly certainlyahowa cerWnI
ahowa that eight IIM hosts Is Mtmctont t for forany loraa
any aa man to work In and 4 about the themines Utewu
mines attn
minesWhat What of the posaiblittloa b1 ltle of of recogniMs recogni recognition Nooplel ¬
tion at tile union 1 bo was akaOrgaaiaatMa asked askedOrfaniMtfcm eel eel0Ip1dutioR
OrfaniMtfcm Necessary HectsMryWell JfryWell
Well he said Id we think that wa w wIIbOW1a wave
have h ave shown an a organization is necessary
IlGr for the protection of the mine workers workersBveryone workenIl
Il Bveryone eQODe concedes that the strike of of1W ufIltlO
1W 1 010 was brought about and Carried rted to toa toal
a successful al conclusion CODclu by 1 k mine mineworkers mineworker Iae Iaeork
workers ork organization iDt xn UI It 1C1tIIaIted 1C1tIIaItedha resulted resultedla
la I n a 10 per cent incioaao This of it itself itelf ¬
self s elf It Is a justification of the eaten auionBut u uUBut eatenBut
UBut But do the operators think ao aoMr eoXI
Mr Darrow hesitated hesitatedI
I do not know kao I do not think t tbeat the thebest hebet be
best Informed employers wish Isb for the theestruction
destruction d of the union he said old Tld This Thisthey Ile Ileth b
th they ey cannot accomplish under und any cir circumataocM rirto circsmintaaczs
I cumataocM to and aa bog aa they caanot
destroy It they should treat with It It1I1a It Itells t tThta
ells hearing 1MarI baa shown ccfcel ccfcelttat vet vettfat eIT r
that practically ptUtleal aU aUt tbf tbaIllkeri rnlners iaeft bit bitthe belong to tot tohe
the t he union aDd that when the union Is tetreated Istreat Isreated
ts treated treat t with JUa all the miners are repre represented repreaent reproeated ¬
sented sentedAttorney aent s ntra ntrapDla
aentAttolMJ
Attorney Wolvorton of the theg Philadel Philadelphia Plllladelpbta ¬
phia and Beading 1Iea41 will III make O t Joint Jointopening JoLatopeD lalanAttorney t
opening opeD openinaddress g address ad for the operators openton100II operatorsoor as assoon
soon oor as the ratters conclude their tileitI ear ease easeMil
I Mil Girls at a t C c Coatwlwa faa oa oaA
I A does Uttlo mill r4iu U prbwrolk trlo wbe worked workedall work workere d
all algat 3 woro Rare ere Dnrrow DIIrr sjroosta gogtt h > at G beak bcoakfaat beaku t
Iftt faat at the ui Hotel Jrmrn hni hniI this t > Id1 Id1rrtiptsrater morning morningPreparatory > n1ag
Preparatory rrtiptsrater > to gaing ring on the witness witnessstaad t tstuttllit aria
I staad stuttllit s the little girls Irish sad Fetish Poltahhad Pol PolI
I had h ad gone carafe to confeaaion confeaaionThe eearolla te > alo aloThe
The mine a workers orken will attempt to toshow t o
i show by these girls 1 who are from eleven elevento ele eleto elevento
to to fourteen years of age that tbp their theirfathers UaJIrfatMn Ir
fathers are so poorly paid that It uaeoesary Is Isnecessary Iat
necessary to t take these girl1 girls out of ofschool o <
school s 1 and make u them wofk at alt a ti tender tenderage tftderdel tad tadage
age la order to aid in I ouppfyiag ppftlac the tam families f fmea tamfuel ¬
mea with food foodWhen foodWJan toolWben
When the commission i opened thta thtamorning tbiatac t troratag Dla
morning tac Judge J Gray said Id that thathad there e
had 4 been l prepared a blank form In 1 ¬
dicating dleMta < the information wanted aweS by tIN tbocommission tINIlUItead thecommhalaa
commission Instead of having It dis distributed d1a d1atrlbt04 ¬
tributed through several thousand thousandof pages pagesof
of the testimony t Judge Gray said it itwould Iti I Iwool t
i wool would be much De more convenient to tothe have havethe havethe
the information lntllr ta the form brmdesRad Mtontned aDd aadhe
i he asked that Its 1 companies e les arrange arrangeit e elilt
lilt it ojulcfcly Old Ho H also again D requested requestedoperator arrangee the theoperators tbeto eh e
operators to one diligence In presenting pre aU aUtM prentlthe > ta
the wage w tables tablesIfaxt tableafat Ubkssnest
fat Siaoioa ia i PitfaJklpkit PitfaJklpkitIt PJ
It wan suggested when the COlD COlDadIMaIIMd roananteanadpoara om ommisstou
misstou anteanadpoara adjoumod next Saturday that thatthe tbattJae the thethe t
the next session be bold U Philadelphia PhiladelphiaMoot Pldla4elpblaIIoet PhiladelphiaMet
Moot Met of tile operate operation approve the t plan plansaring pia piaYIDa planeying
eying YIDa It will > be e laora re e conr cJ cpyrdent nlent t for forthem f fthe or
i
them the to present evidt evMetoeo I tJjer there than thanhere u uI t there
here hereAttorney hereAttorney
I Attorney Wolverten said 4 Ute non nonunion aOltl01I ¬
union l01I men living UTI in and about bouttliia bouttliiarqioll th this thisregion I
region will be liven the Brat opportunity opportunityto OPP opporioaftto lmattTto r
to present Dt their testimony attar afterepeatog fter tho thoopeoiac U Uor e
opeoiac of the operators side of tIN tbocase tINn
case eon The independent operators oppose opposegoing OPpoMso 0p gear
gels going so to > A Philadelphia Pbliadelp la but were er gearLo a also alsotold tao taotol4 Loon
told they could present their case before beforethe beforetile fitethe on
the commission lltIJloD adjourned adjournedAs
As the prtseataeYrLrDaaA prseou t ewtr aavaariaot isnaot isnaothad aot bo bohad
had after fter Ute hdlfualrs lien the comtutasibn comtutasibnis a
is also In favor of utttaig ltt m M Phila Philadelphia lalladlp1aI ¬
delphia reconvening there tb on et January JaaITPRESIDENT f fPRESIDENT
PRESIDENT ROOSEVELTSHOULD ROOSEVELT ROOSEVELTSHOULD ROOSEVELTSHOtJLD
SHOULD HAVE BEEN THERE THEREGtoat JHEREof THEREGr1M
Gr1M Gtoat StaaffJaUr of Gams ia 7etp Fotesia J t is of ofMaiao ofD o f
Mains final tWut tWutBAJIOOR t3 W > f JCnat JCnatBAJ900R xntia
ia NlMasi NlMasiBAIi0GR
BAJ900R Dec 16Fire 16 l Five t tdeer thousand thousanddoor tlaouaudMr
door 200 moose i aid a It tlgest gr M many hem hemwildcats bears bearswildcats beanwtJdaatsf n °
wildcats wtJdaatsf MBCS fiel ad d PAM O < F aqDft it aia a ai have haveboon bav np p
boon s i killed in eertllerli aortaern Deri Maine IIIdne in tho thohu0trng tbemc the e
hu0trng > mc season that ended last week eek All Allprevious Allph Al Alpretiletr 1
pretiletr previous ph records have been broken laroke the thenumber theber t tnumber > a
number ber of deer killed having but been 1000 1000In 1001III i iIs
In eSt excess of last years yearsThese yra yraIIMIae
These figures > represent preHllt only 0 the tbebt game gamedoer gam C
bt i t rbpt tired f I at Bu BuPt Boagor
Pt lit the ent eDtf e fi Witte te 3bibly y U UI 7 601
deer have been n hipped and twice twignumber that thatnumber Utatur
I number ur killed many having baTiiICbeeD been eaten eatenia ateaia n
ia camps or traaspopt tract transported popted by vartouo eonvayTcea eon coaveyaacea eo eoYe
veyaacea Ye other than tbanialln ftl rail By some au autboritlea autlwritiee u ut
tboritlea t 1krit the aaatyr aombsr of slain In dear cleo It s es estimated eaUted estimated ¬
timated at t 80900rbat MOM but bot laNO 1IJiIO probably ta taaearer IeMIIftI
nearer the acaatl flguMWiT I Agurlltir > ar ttriter tls tlsgreater t tI f >
greater triter numbci of deer er lad moose mooses fell fellbefore lellwror to tobefore II
I before the 1ie riCes o of visiting banters bunterwhom of ofwhom
whom 110 more than tMa 1000 00t came ea late the theState daeI to e
I State tt this U seasoay aaaul All aoaretldeat aoaretldeatItnaterk r4 r4buuLer t
Itnaterk art sre required ffIul b hi m Wr to MBpioy MBpioya
la a registered guide JUId whose pay te It a aday ada7
day Inaata In usur and 1n in tan pat of ofhotel e
I hotel camp CUt o afid aua t raflroad toad d fares It Ittlllll1 to os osiimdtoc
iimdtoc tlllll1 t1 rsdhsd that bat tar l IAi vtattort have spent spentabout alMtDtabOpt e eabout
about llOOeOM llOOeOMTjreaty 1001
Tjreaty 7 rtatycae 1001iIo ao serious iIo taoJotsag acoldoats acoldoatshav aeoldatahWft eel data
hav hart area roeordvd in atlm tilt Valao Mal Maltb woods woodsthta w eat s
tale tb season Nine HI of the mtoaaps were war werfatal S
fatal Three T1a reaalCetl from fromff men belag belags br brla keg
la s i frrr r frfr R a Vci f cur of th the tlc tlctims fc fcLUll
tims LUll t was w U a register regtateted e4 guide gold
BISHOP B IthIEIP OF BUFFALO BFFA t FOR FORThe FORCHICAGO FOiltIFIICAGO
CHICAGO ARCHOIOCESE ARCHOIOCESEThe
The Rev J E Quigley Nomi Nominated Nominated Nominated ¬
nated by Propaganda PropagandaRDMZ
RDMZ RIME Doc It 1ITIM The college eU of tit r tile thopropaganda tilepropapada thepropapsdca
propaganda today 1 nominated Bfeftop BfeftopJamoa lMttIto lMttItoI Hiehepames
I Jamoa ames K K Quiglor t rtgley eT of IMrffalo Dw for Arch Archbiahop Arelalatalaop
biahop bi shop of Ohicage OhicageA OIItcaPeat
A great eat eoxonroe rH of clergy lane presant pres present preseat ¬
eat today toda at t tai meeting JMetIa < of the propa propaganda propapda troispada ¬
pda Today Toda was aa the day set for the theelection heelectloa theelection
election of aa Archbishop of Chicago Chicagoand C IcAfo IcAfoa
and m ad a bishop coadjutor of Ilttsburg IlttsburgOwing IIttaburltOll 1ltttburgOwing
Owing Oll to the number of candidates candidatesplaced eaadldateapIaeed candidatesplaced
placed la I the Bold lei for the Chicago G1Ilea o post postgroat l t tP
great P t interest centered ic h the present presentmooting pr8Hnttl presentmeeting
mooting mootingCardinal tl
tlCardlaal
Cardinal Oettl prefect of the propagasNa propa propaganda pro prosaMa ¬
ganda is preaMllag preaktU at the th meeting moetl It Itia Itta Itla
ia not expected that the elections will willbo wnJeot willa
bo completed eot until l late 4e today todayBtohop todayBishop
Bishop 0 Qulgley was coaoeorated aa aaBishop aaBIaIaop a at3lakop
Bishop of Buffalo la 1897 He w was W born bornat ltGIDat hornti
at Oshawa Canada October 6 UM and andmovod aJHIwlUa
movod m oved with his parents pare I to Lima N Y YIn Ym
In UM UMHo UKHe
He bad a liberal education Ant nt at atlemttng att atending
ending t St Josephs College then stud studied tud tudlet ¬
let at t tho Seminary of our Lady of Ut UtAngela UUt UUtAapl tbAngel
Angela Angel now Niagara N University if ifthen lie liethon netll
then tll wont abroad graduating from the theUniToralty tb tbM e
UniToralty u niversity at Innobruek IDD ruclr Austrian A Ty Tyrol T7roL ¬
rol i d His education waa completed ia iaHome laaoe I Iea a
Home HomeBishop fl ea
aoeBtataop eaBishop
Bishop Qulgley QuIC was ordained or a priest priestin priesIs t
in 1879 He was w pastor of St St Vincents VincentsChurch ViacatliCluueb ltlewt ltlewtChurch a
Church at t Attica N Y front 1ST 1m till
1118 1884 and Dd then wont eat to Buffalo to take taketho taketIte takelie
lie pastorship of St Josephs Cathedral CathedralHo CathedralH CathedralIle
Ho H remained re ualaed here until u tU 1 1111 7 when he hewaa b bade blane e
lane made ade Bishop of Buffalo IhllfaloBIaJaop BuffaloBishop BrffaloBishop
Bishop Qutgleys nomination tor Arch ArchMahop Arc ArceItop Archishop
Mahop b eItop of Chicago will come a Be a au aumlie aur aurpiiao MIl MIlp r
piiao p mlie to all u circles elrel His HI alone ha bus not notheretofore DOtJtereoore so soeretofore t
heretofore h boon montloaetl tlo except eiCpt t Ja J JlIa IHparing a apassing ta
passing lIa < way as a candidate for the thaplace tll tllphle theplace
placeMishap place placeBishop phle
phleBlaItQp Bishop Spaldlag1 Spaldlag1of Spaldg of Peoria Ill I1U has hasbeen It Itbee1a haseen
been b een the moat prominent candidate for forthe torplace f fthe c
the place It was w expected he h would ob obtain oiltala oham ¬
tain tala t am e the nomination nominationThe DOm aomtaationThe IRati on onThe
The Propaganda nominated Rev Re J F FRegis FRe Fegis
Regis Re R egis I Caneria
< of PHtsburg bishop co coadjutor coadjutor caadjutor ¬
adjutor of th that t diocese dioceseBRITAIN 10CeM 10CeMBRITAIN
BRITAIN ARRAIGNED FOR FORTHE FORTH FORTHE
THE TH KAFFIR ALLIANCE ALLIANCEFarmer ALLIANCEFenner E
Farmer President of Orange Free State StateCharge StateCharge Stat e
Charge Unfair Conduct of ofBoer ofDoer
Boer WarCHICAGO War WarCHICAGO
I CHICAGO Ow IS 1IUafalr Unfair tactic tAeU tattlesthe ta tathe hitJae
the Boer war worn charged against apt againstBritish the theBritish tJMBrlttala
British ia aa address made before the theHenry theHIUJ theHenry
Henry Ooorge Oeo Association at t Handel HaadelHall HaRdIHall
Hall yesterday t afternoon by F W WRletx WI
I Rletx former o president of the Orange Orangeroo Oran Oranyr i
yr roo State and uacllorwIor former secretary of ate ateor state statefor te tetor
for f or Ole Tramrraal and at one tlm time Judge Judgeof
of the ruavm uarome = poorc poorcH 00IIrt 00IIrtH Dart DartHe
H He accused the t Iii Kagllsk aj o of i employing employingtbo taployfa PI 1RIt 1RIttbe
flee Kamrs U to > al aW 14 < in I the warfare against againstthe gat 11UJt
t the he Boom 1 The killing kdu of women womendNldrea wom B sadrne and andcNlUron anelI
I cNlUron c and the burning and destruc destruction lest lestlion truc truci rne ¬
i lion of property ho charged to the JM JMtirea BatlTes
fire of the jungle whom whO he said Id fVi fViBritish t tBrltla tBel
British Bel government had s mad Its It allies alliesHe m mBe
He deplored plorW the terms t that the fleece Boorehad Boera1aa4
had accepted DCNpt from the KngJIah b g gorn gornt stern vernprotoetloa
moat t aDd said that It wu wuprotectloa dace as asprottalfos a
protoetloa to the women n and children childrenof oIdldroaDC chi chiof
of the land The TiI latter he he said d would wouldhave wouida wen
have boon a exterminated If t the war had hadcontinued IIMIcontlaued
continued continuedIn
In I closing eIo q bio edition r the former formerPresident forMerPrehmt formePresident c
President and exile from his h home home made madea ma de
a pathetic pat tlc appeal for restoration r oratioD of his hiscountry hlaClNDtI7 hf s
country Del his h property propertyI
I hare boon often asked ted Why did didwe dkle d dwe W
we e make mall war and Why > did wo w make makepeace rank ke kepeace e
peace T saM Mr lrRetlL Kelts halts We e made mod war warbeceanae war warwe wa r
beceanae we wore forced Into it and we wemade wepeaee w e emade
made peace for a like reason In bet betcases both bothcanes bethCUN h
canes It was against t our will and we did didso dl dlso d
so because we were forced to do so soTo 10To
To the discovery of the ROM mines minestho minesthe t ttbe ea
the influx laau of population and the gold goldcapitalists goldcapltllac g gcapital d
capitalists capital sts be laid the downfall of the thecountry tkecoutry th e
country contryMARSEILLES countryMARSEILLES coutryMARSEILLES
MARSEILLES STRIKERS STRIKERSSTILL STRIK RS RSSTILL
STILL REMAIN QUIET QUIETNe QUIE T
Ne Settees Seri Disturbance of Order Has HasOccurred HasOccurred Ha HaOccurred
Occurred OccurredPARIS OccurredPAIUS
PARIS Dec 15AJUoagla 1 Although tiM strike strikeat strlk trlkeat e
at Marsellisf Manet Marr1st has jjow ow I laatft la µ for ur throe throeweeks tlirHweelul for e
weeks no serious disturbance c ct order orderbaa rder rderet rdi rdibss r
baa yet et ooebrrec ooeurro ooetarreL Tito fteDeareat nearest approach approachto approac approacto h
to rioting riot was uU the disorder of Friday Fridaywhen Prtd8 Prtd8wileD Fridawhen Y
when the strikers attempted to destroy destroytho dtroytN destra destrathe r
the track in front of a car loaded with withcoal wit witOwl iUI iUIe b
coal several ral persona pentO betas < wounded woundedSaturday woucMdlatard woundedSaturday
Saturday latard night a few Isolated groups groupsof reapsOf a
of strikers Itrlk n attempted ttempt te wreck wreckbakeries some somebakeries SOIlMbakeri
bakeri bakeries but the prompt arrival of tk tkpolice tha thapolios tltepollee e
police quickly restored r order rdpr Four Jl tlr ar arrests 1t atrests ¬
rests t were ere mRVe mRVeThe made madeTbe de deTN
The strike of tbe bakers ta far from fromgeneral frenaceDeral tr ° at
general only 4M 9 bakers kera oaf of IMO Da Datag hav having hut n ¬
tag refused to work All telegrams Ylqra re received r rMtfM ¬
ceived from Marseilles report the tb city cityto elllto eft y
to be tranquil Contrary to the usual usualSunday ran ual ualSullda a
Sunday Sullda custom casto there was 11 much Ja b activity activityon aetlri eth1Joa I
oa the quays qa and ad docks d b which lIleb nonunion nonunionlarborora DODloRIatborn nonnab S SUarbot
larborora Uarbot n are re working 000JrtDC under mllita mllitaprotection military militaryprotection IIImtalproteeUoR rr
protection protectionThe proteeUoRThe protectionThe
The Marseilles correspondent Of tIM thoTompa tIMT tie tieTamp
T Tamp saya My 1 la a dispatch dte that the thageneral theaeanll t tie
general strike movement 1s regarded regardedlocally rrd4d1ocaI11 rep rice
locally aa a failure failureWHITE 1 1WHITE
WHITE HOUSE CALLERS CALLERSFROM CALLERSFROM CALLRSPROM
FROM HALLS OF CONGRESS CONGRESSSenator CONGRESStor CONGRESSenator S
Senator tor Ooillnger oe lIIqer of Now N Hampshire Hampshirecalled HalDplhlreealled re
called at th tM White House Jlouaetbla lion this nwralag nwralagte moral merlto ay
to prooant a eonstUuoat utttt The Senator Senatortakes Seaatortat Swat or
takes tat an a optimistic view Ti of the Vene Veneluolan VeaeilaD Yea e
luolan situation and does not ot expect to tosee totill
see this till country involved very nr great greatly greatlywith KreaUywltlt Iy
with foreign fore nations on account of the thelittle thelittle ti e
little republics debts debtsRepresentative dbuRprtaU
Representative Cannon of Illinois had hada hi ad
a short hort confidential chat with ties Prsdent Presi President Irtdeat t ¬
dent and Judging from Ida jolly humor humoron krm krmon or
on leaving lea1l the t1l White Wiatt House H offices bis biscall iliaeaU h hcall la
call was thoroughly satisfactory satisfactoryGeneral AUfactor7ooenl
General arosveaor of ufOblo Ohio was ao ear early esrIy ¬
ly I caller U te introduce a constituent constituentGeneral eoat1wetaeaonlBlDSba eertlwrtGeneral
General aeaonlBlDSba Wnghan of Pennsylvania the theFather tMIICIIer t lee
Father of the House I was w a caller calleraa calleras cafeas r
as were Representatives McRa of f Ar Arkansas Arkauaa Atkaasas ¬
kansas and Knapp of New York
1I KNOWS NO8 NOTHING Of OfTROUBLE OFTilOLIBLE
TROUBLE IN INSecretary WYOMING WYOMINGS
Secretary S cretaty Hitchcocks State Statement Statement Statement ¬
ment Regarding Range RangeI War WarI
HI I have ave received no Information of ofany ofaay ofany
any trouble la Wyoming said Secretary Secretaryof
of the Intarioor Hitchcock this morning moratagwhaa BtOrDIBga morninghen
whaa w a hen asked ked by a representative of The TheTimes TIMTilDa Theimes
Times T imes as to Ole reported report range war warnow IarDeW warnew
now la progress progressCol prOgl8Col
Col John Jolt S Mosby Iby has not been recalled re recalled recalled ¬
called from Nebraska a au ad there ta no nointention 8 8intention
intention I at this time to do so He lIea lIeab has hasbeen hambeen
been b been assisting latlns the prosecuting pro ecutlng attorneys attorneysla attorae
la 1 working up ea cases against violator violatorand Ylolatonaad riolawrand
and a nd the work has been going along alongnicely al alnicelrt alongnicely
nicely nicelrt he continued When we are areapprised areapprl
apprised apprl a of a range war ar It will be time timete timeto timeto
to act act sad sot before then thenDispatches tHnDtapatelles then thenDispatches
Dispatches seat out from Omaha Neb Nebreported Nebreported Nebreported
reported a bloody war going 8018 on among amongcattle amcmgeatUe
cattle rangers ralt n and indicated the loss lossof Ioof loosof
of many lives UTe aa the result There Thereau ThereauereaOttbetwn has kenobean hasboon
boon a dlffereaee dMf ereaOttbetwn reaeo bat between ween the largernterests larger largerinterests larerItts
interests I nterests ef cattle raisers and Dd UM UMsmaller themaller I
smaller s lIer ones sad IMI same trouble resulted resultedMany resultedany i iMar
Many M any persona have MY aeiied J lands which whichbelong whichbelong blcl blclheloBg
belong to the Government until RUI homo homosteaded 110 110sted
steaded s and these tit are being prose prosecuted prOMeuted prosecured ¬
cured cutedColoael eutedGJo
Colonel GJo el Mosby T baa been IB a Nebraska Kebraakaaiding Nebr Nebraldllil
aiding a iding ia Ute prosecution of the fence fenceviolators
violators v la that section lie lI ta still atlllthen stillthere till I
there and will 111 rentals in that Stats Stat until untilthe uattttJt netflfile
the enact are tried trl The Tb range war warof IUof
of Wyoming is another phase pba of Ute thofence UtefDce
fence dispute disputeRecently dlputeWOMAN
WOMAN OMAW MASQUERADED MASQUERADEDAS
AS A MAN TEN YEARS YEARSRecently
Recently Deserted DesertedbyHer DesertedbyHerSupposed by Her HerSupposed
Supposed Wife WifeBUFFALO WifeBUFFALO Vif VifBUFFALON
BUFFALO BUFFALON N Y Dee lS 15Dut Bnt for a afall af1I afall
fall yesterday on an icy sidewalk Harry HarryNorman HarryNorma HarryNorman
Norman like the late Murray Murra Hall Hallralghtr HalllalSht
might have prosdrvad the secret of hpr hprsex 111 111Hi hprix
sex Hi s ix wtfldihth until death d th The woman iroaaar vo tD had t M Mmaaqueradlnb been beenaaequerading n nmasquerading
masquerading as a maa slaw she was waaeight waslght waseight
eight lght years old a parted of tea years yoarsShe yeaTSSla
She Sla gave the th name Harry Norman at atthe atthe atthe
the Emergency Hospital HospitalWhen HoapltaliteR
When iteR the doctors put her OB the theoperating tbeoperating th thoperaJRg
operating table to set a brokea leg legshe legooaftl le lehire t
she confessed 1MMl her sex but could give giveao glueno
ao 0 other name She said she I tic was w TN barn barnig rn rnla raIii
la Bnglaad BBg1 gitiTal 1ttl But did not know her par parents parenta ¬
ents int name naM and ad has boon living as a a ala man maaIn
In order to Ultra a anas 111 wages wagesThe a ages agesThe U UTIM
The woman we has been working for forsome forIOme forsome
some time t as a waiter wait r la a quicklunch quicklunchroom quicklunchroom I
room on Seneca ee Street She was trans transferred tr trfernd tramtarred ¬
tarred to the Sisters ssten Hospital until her herbroken herbroken
broken leg ee baits together toptHrLike togetherLike togetherLike
Like Murray Hall Harry Norman was wassupposed waat waatUPp wa wasWpoted
supposed to be b married lD mar rt iel but t MM pre pretended pr prteniiad ¬ t ttea
tended tea wife wit loft loA hera Iter a short ikon time ago agoSENT apr apSENT
r
SENT OLD CLOTHES AND ANDTHE ANDTHE
THE BILL TO THE BISHOP BISHOPSwedish BISHOPSwedish i
I ISwcdllk
Swedish Preacher Inclined to Be BePrankish BePrankish e I IPraRkiah
Prankish With Clergyman ClergymanPMr ClergymanPII1TlDURG ClergymanPITTgnURG
PMr PII1TlDURG BU G B Dt IS 11LuAwig 11LuAwigtwentyalx Ludwlg Xelooa Xelooatwentysix
twentysix years old a Sw Slttkpre1l Slttkpre1ler dwhproaeh dwhproaehr
er r aDd physician p lclau was 8 arrested at Mercy MercyHospital le1C7Hoepital M en7
I
Hospital last night It is let said eM by the thepolios tlMpol t be
polios pol that he robbed a pktfent there o of of3l f
3l iIs 01 and swindled Indletl a clothier In I Butler ButlerStreet nutlersuet ButlerStreet m
Street out of Sf worth of otiMhes clothes clothesThe loth lothTlte
The strangest part of NWsoHs career careerIs r
Is la 1 the nature tlllre of a Joke JoJr upon tile Right RightRev Itlgllt ItlglltHey flightI1ev
Rev Bishop llIhop PhalftO wboJs who fa at the lies ad adof d l lof
of the tie Catholic diocese III here hereThe her herT
The T e Swede weat to a clothier aad aadbought aodboUgRt a
bought an entire new outfit He donned donnedtbsoo dODDedtheM loan ed
theM clothes and hart his old suit sent sentte seatto sea t
to the residence of lao bishop with tbe tbeMil tlteItIII t he
Mil for his new eloJies Oa the theatterROGD same sameafternoon dam e
afternoon be bought a pair of shoes 9811 and andcaused andca andeaeuled
caused ca Hd his old shoes hoes with ths tie bill to tosent b bs be beHilt
s Hilt nt to Bishop Dl hop Phelans resldeet resldeetNelsons residence residenceNelsons r rNeJ
Nelsons NeJ on countrymen say h be Is a a grade graduate gratluate ¬
ate clergyman in a Sweden and ta an ablo abloman abl ablman ablman e
man in his profession professionTWO profeselonTWO
TWO YOUNG DIPLOMATSGREETED DIPLOMATS DIPLOMATSGREETED DIPLOMATSGREETED
GREETED BY PRESIDENT PRESIDENTTwo PRESIDENTTwo PRESIDENTwo T
Two typical representatives repreeentaU of the theyounger UteyouRltlr theyounger
younger diplomats ia the Government Governmentservice GaventDHtDtlervle Geverattsaacrrlr t
service crrlr paid their respects r apeets to o the Presi President Preaient ¬
dent ent this morning Both are is n this coon country COUDtry ¬
try on leave I of absence absenceSenator aooenceSenatur
Senator Cullem Cull OlD Introduced Hunting Huntingdon UUHUgdoa ¬
don Wilson W ilsor secretary of the United UnitedStates UaltedStates Ualt ea
States legation to Japan Had he heat been beenat beeDat
at his hi foreign post t when bea Minister IRlatr Buck Buckdied DlI4kdied Doc I
died h M would have become keo charge daf daffaires af affINNI ¬
faires ad interim Feeling this reaped responsibility reapoltal1tlllty reapedatbllltY ¬
sibility Mr Wilson came ea to inform Inlor the thePresident thePrftldeDt i iPresident
President of his rttadfae readiness te retarD Im Immediately IIDItely Iraacedlately ¬
mediately Itely should the State Deportment Deportmentao Dlprk ° taat
ao desire As A there are no diplomatic diplomaticcompMcattoas tHpJOMatkCOIIIpIcatlo to
compMcattoas BOW existing or likely to tooccur tooccar ti tioccur
occur in I the relations of this country and andthe aadtJHt
the Mikados diktado a empire sre Mr Wilson Wi will willprobably willprobl wl tl
probably remain here until the t end endhis of ofbis ofids
ids leave leaveRepresentative InnR leaveRepresentative
Representative R preaenttlv Hilt latrcdueed his hisSOB III IIIHa a
SOB R S Reynolds HUt second reeve secretary reevetarp re retar ¬
tarp tar of the American Embassy at Berli BerliYoung Berlin BerlinYoung BerllaTou a
Young Tou Mr Hltts IUtl marriage 1IIrrt to Miss f lilt Rdlt Bdlth BdlthGray BclltbGnl b
Gray daughter of Judge John Clinton ClintonGray CllatoaGray Clla CllaGray
Gray of New York will take place In Ina Ina f fa n
a few weeks weeks and the th young youn couple wilt wiltgo willabroad wt wtgo t
go abroad immediately to the German Germancapital Gr Grcapital Germscapital n
capital capitalA
A Timely Suggestion SuggestionThis
This is J the season of the year when whenthe rneathe lake
the prudent aDd careful housewife re replenishes reo reoplealbea r rpieathee ¬
plenishes her supply of Chamberlains ChamHrlalnCough a
Cough Remedy It is certain to be need needed needed ¬
ed before the winter is over and re results r raulta ¬
cults are much more prompt and sails satisfactory nU nUfactory ¬
factory when it t is kept at hand aud audgiven audKInD au augiven d
given as soon as the cold la contracted contractedaad contractedaad contrac contracand
aad before it has become settled in the thesystem theyateID lb e
system In almost aim oat every ever instance a se severe levera ¬
vera cold may be waded off by taking takingthis takingthlll takln S
this remedy freely as sons as the first firstIndication ftrathtdleaU firs t
Indication htdleaU of the cold appears There ThereIs Thor C Cis
Is BO danger In n giving It t to eklklrea for forit torit t tIt ar arfa
it contains eOlltal no harmful subataace It t tpleasant is ispleasant
to take takeboth both adults and child ebltdr
ten r < w like it Buy It t and you will get th thboat thbeM
boat It always cures eurtl For sale saleHoary byHenry by
Henry Evans wholesale and all drug druggists drugggists rug rug18t ¬
gists 18t
UUCP TELLER T I tlltH IIMHH88HThinks DISCUSSES TH T l E EVENflUELAN
tI VENflUELAN SITUATION SITUATIONThinks SITUATIONThinks
Thinks United States ShouldPrevent Should ShouldPrevent ShouldPrevent
Prevent Oppression OppressionNEW Oppress ton tonNEW
NEW YORK Doc lV lLfa a djawoaiag dleaualogthe g gthe
the Voaexoolaa situation a attH rt + 4s tbtt Fifth FifthAvenue nNtAvone Fifthvenue
Avenue A venue Hotel Senator Honey H M Toiler Toilerof T Tof Tellerof
of Colorado CelorlHluHI said saidI tallI
HI I think tRl k this Government J eIat ought slit to toconcern toCOtteiIra tooncern
concern c itself about boUt the U situation atlotl I Ithink Itklak
think the Monroe Mo roe Doctrine ought to be beoxtondod beltXtIIHMd
extracts to prevent the oppression of ofany ofa7
any a ir of the South American nations aaU by bya b7II
a foreign power sad that wo W should lei not notdraw aotdtaw netdraw
draw t1w th t UM II upon 1IfHt the asauMUoa u tf dterritory tfterritory f fterritory
territory territoryVenosuola territoryVa territoryVeaewela
Venosuola Va has had thirtytour revs revolutions 1 1luUo revsotions ¬
lutions luUo l within thirtytwo heart years 18 What WhatIs Whatle t tIe
Is needed In Venesuela Ve esueJa ta a man of tile tbotype tiletJpe theilia
type of Diaz I know there ta an Im Impression lutpree ¬
pression toQ ia tills country that when whenies Dias Diasdioa DIaadl
dioa dl d ies there ther ta likely m M be trouble te teMoxioa > n
Moxioa 108 which may call for oar inter interference lat latfer laterfirsrea < ¬
ference ferenceI fer
ferI
I talked with President PNl DIM DIMIii whoa whoain
in 1 Maxim axtCle about a year ago 110 aa to 0cOlldtueu U Uconditions >
conditions which wore Mutely Hk to to oasuo oasuoupon one oneapes ae aellpoia
upon his death h sad a I was tleuedJae pleased wft when whene a ahe
he h e told nw IDe that he thought be now ao had hadtho badthe leadt
the t e people of ° of Mextao so educated up p to toorderly toorderlY t trderly o
orderly o government that bis death would wouldnot wouldot 14 14DOt
not n ot make aay difference la a the lte condirks COlt eoaditleB COltclltIoa
dirks of that country Tbor There were we wereaumer a aMimbor alter
Mimbor lter of men en in Mexico ho said who whocould wIlDc wascelfAl
could c celfAl i tlI take up the reins of gerareatett gerareatettand goveramoat goveramoatand era eraanti t
and conduct the tll affairs of Ute Utewithout lee state statewithout eta t e eithout
without w ithout serious frletloa frletloaSpeaking frletlotaIpeaJrtaC
Speaking about the prospects prpeeta of lg 1 11s
isatlon 1s atlotl = for Cuba at the coming 18g 18gSeter soaaloa soaaloaSenator sesIsaenator
Senator S enator Teller said saidThe ridThe
The Impression 1mPI about the Ut poverty poverty of
Cuba ta I aa entirely Htlrel erroneous one 0 Cuba
La all right and ad will work out her sal salvation al alvaUos 1 1vaUoR ¬
vation without a doubt if she ta let letalone letaIoDe letatone
alone It 1s not generally understood
but b ut it is I a tact that Cuba exports more
ia proportion to population than any D DotMr
other country in the worW w s ° le She im imports Importa 1worts ¬
ports p pl orts more in proportion to her popu popuation ¬
lation l than the United States She is laact isnot I
not under the tb expense e peDle of maintaining
an expensive army aad navy aaT to pro ¬
tect herself raelt We insure her protection
from outside enemies With such ck con ¬
ditions she should be eared rather
than pitied TIle per capita oalth Itb there theregreater theres
J s greater than it Is I la 1 the United
States StatesMRS Stat
MRS MOLINEOX WILL WILLPUSH WILLPUSH
PUSH PUDIVORCE DIVORCE SUIT SUITStory
Story That She Is Reconciled Rec nciI d to Her HerHasbaad HerHusbaad HerHusband
Husband Denied DeniedSIOUX DeniedIIIOUN
SIOUX FALLS S D Dec 15 15AI 15AItMulk 15Alhough Al Although ¬
though t Mrs Roland d B Moltneux refuses refuseste ref reft
te t say anything < with reference to the thestory UteH8Q theataxy
story that she and her husband have be become be beC becoar ¬
come reconciled ad that she will aba abandon abada Itu ItuM ¬
don her intentions Itat to institute i1tatItD a suit for fordivorce torcttree forditlttva
divorce cttree it to t stated ala on good authority authoritythat
that at the story is without t MMIt foundation foundationThose fouDdatIouTItoM foundationThose
Those who are in a position to know knowdeclare kaoweolare knowdeolan
declare eolare that she has no intention of ofdropping org ofcitpltfng
dropping citpltfng g Jaer nor suit U and returning to New NewYork NfIWYorJt NewYork
York 8e es is 111
living as quietly as ever everat nert everat
at t the hotel where she makes JD k her herand homo homoand Romand
and a nd apparently has no desire to become becomeIntlte becomentimate
Intimate i with any of the other women womenmembers WCNDeamembers womenmembers
members of the divorce colony colonyHUSBAND COIoaTHUSBAND
HUSBAND MAY BEAT BEATWIFE BEATWIFE BEATYulE
WIFE SAYS COURT
But Only Under Certain Cett + ain Circumstances Circumstancesas4
and Provocation ProvocationST
ST PAUL PAUL Doc liTIte 15 The lla llaaupr Minnesota Minnesotasupreme Minnesotaupreme
supreme aupr s cour la a decision Saturday Saturdaybold
bold IHiki that under certain circa etrcuastaneea mat an ees a aman aman aman
man may strike his wife rite aad be Juati Juatinod 1 1led
nod ia I his action actionTbe actl actlwTM
Tbe 1 point was w brought out tl la the appeal ap appeal appeal ¬
peal of Isadore S S Colabaa Co who sought soughtto t tto
to t o secure a divorce from Thomas Tho B > I Col Colahaa Colalto Cot
ahaa Mrs 11I Cola CoIana ban brought suit ia the thedivorce thedllttrlct
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divorce d from her husband R alleging cru cruelty cru cruelty cruttlty ¬
elty and DeI habitual drunkenness Tbe Tbelower Tbelower
lower court denied the plaintiff a decree decreepf decreepf coercept
pf divorce and she he took an a appeal to tothe tothe tothe
the supreme court The latter court eoiirtheld rt rtMId
held that Coiahaa struck his wife it he hecause Mea beause
cause ea c he had h good reason 1 to betters she shewas ew shewas
was w unfaithful unfaithfulUnder vfaithfulUDder unfaithfulUnder
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COMBINES HEADQUARTERS HEADQUARTERSGLASGOW HEADQUARTERSGLASGOW HEADQUARTERSGLASGOW
GLASGOW Dec IS nYour Tour correspond correspondent corr correspondeat potad potadeat ¬
eat learns leal authoritatively that tllat the At Atlantic AtlaaUc ¬
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VILA Dec IS 1IIt 1IItteRr It is a atetkry asnousoed asnousoedfruity
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political Importance It It1I1 will not ot only onlybegin 01 01beplt onlybegin
begin a Xuropean boycott Jeott against Gee Oormany 0maDl Geeany
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the triple alliance IU for commercial eo eouip an antagonism anagonism ¬
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the th former French ambassador to the theUnited UteUaltec theUnited
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