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f me LINE CITY OP CIGARS CIGARSme Published Every Evening Except Sunday During December January February and March at the Prettiest Winter Resort in Florida FloridaTELEGRAPHIC NEWSPAPERS NErittJi PERIODICALS AND ANDPERIODICALS
i TELEGRAPHIC TEI NEWS BY UNITED PRESS PRESSDAYTONA PRESSNo
No o 34 3 4 DAYTONA D A YTD dA FLORIDAMONDAY FLORIDA MONDAY JANUARY 10 1910 15 Cents per PrWeek e Week
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7IXnLE LABOR INTERESTS INTERESTSIN INTERESTSTJtIlK
TJtIlK R JNBOSTON IN BOSTON WITH ALL ALLiTATE ALLTATE ALLarA
arA TATE TE ttd ttdTON UNIONS IONS REPRESENTED REPRESENTEDBOSTON REPRESENTEDiOSTON
BOSTON TON Jan J Jlde att n laA 10 A convention of ofifflj oftke
textile labor interests interestswas latocestsdJiRaachusetts
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lde ifflj important p >
t dJiRaachusetts chusetts was opened today in iaHall inTM1P11 in3ffir
I T TM1P11 3ffir Hall with all o of j the t e unions raaloas9ftfceStte tmiOMI tmiOMOf I
s 9ftfceStte Tof Of tie State represeated Tkfe Is the tkethat I I1kttt
coavaatloa ha hato hula hulaed
1kttt t1m e that such a
aM ed to COQEiJdr the matter matterailOMiing naitterof tter tterlabor
of ailOMiing labor legis legtefettoa le + 1at I t1oa > > at tl that tJtls tJtlsired t is ise fc fcat
ired at th tht th1g1 the e coming aeMtoa sei of tAe tkeHeretofore I I1igiIlatare
t 1igiIlatare 1g1 Hereto Heretofore re the text textile textilefrom Ie Iea 1 1UiOU
a UiOU from various part of tbe tbead tege k state stateDvekad t e
Dvekad h a ge ad matters that th they y tacired taciredto
hto to get getbelore g gr t feefore th the legtehtt l fire e and be becaftse becase
r ctt case of no Doagreemeat agre a eeaent e t before be + foce handt hand handaaoog IaaD4among
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among g the theUIW unfotts DS there wac DOt much muchIn mackumrormltr
umrormltr In the e saucer DeI in which the theJfcor tbeKlred theteeat
+ Klred jabot legteiatloa Iegl tho n WM present presented pr p ped teeat t toed ¬
ed It has h as always a1t R 1 > t been eea saM Chat the theBedford tJteNew theKew
New Bedford add Dd FH F I liver 1IDIoDaby unions unionsreasons
1 by reasons reu ns of their betas De the t e largest largesttextile luzestteItfie Iaasti
i textile labor bodies 004 in the tate hare haredirected havedirected e edirected
directed affairs to the the5dot the5dotmatt cxctwkra of ofaasttersjof rfletttlon
aasttersjof matt eirS eirStide qiof Iof lestetetkwi lo leg l letttlon 011 desired Dr i DrtUe r tea tcattte
ttte labor 11 r interests mt < < IJt elle1Wlltue
flIal ILL ILl IT BE BECALL BERIMARY BEi
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RIMARY 01 C HVEJfflOm HVEJfflOmCALL 1 1CALL
CALL FOR MEETING O OFSifAml OFSifAmlDEMOORf OF F STATE STATEDEMOOROTC STATEDEMOOR
DEMOOROTC DEMOORf ATI i11JfC + C E2CEGU1WE E ECiU nlE EWE + COM OOplM4TT16E OOUdMU31TBE COMMl
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The asrdi 1 1 ts of the theDemocratic P1r + W r rre Sttau Sttauan e
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De Democratic ootxdc fflnecntfre re Oonunfttee OonunftteeTfqwital Oovrrttteecede an ace1at an1SK aft1VeIIe
Tfqwital to < t Ooareoe aett aettof cede in the theof tileof 1at tOl > i
of the AfaM IIIN Hotel I y at atFlorida JMhP IJ aOnVIUe aOnVIUeFloods IIe IIeFlorh1a
Florida mi Tuesday January 18 ISat 1SK 1SKfOl 11at 19 t e eI eat
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at 12 l r deck M 11101 for the thecslHag pwpose pwposeatlhng 101 101utUug
cslHag the Democratic D ociaUc nrinuuiea nrinuuieatbe prtou fes for fOlct forthe fothe r
the year ill and also IO for forl traw iranttratiag trawtlg ct
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l tlg g sHqk wqllothV1tlJI ofibar o her b hnalnani as asXkat truly ai attiat ntat aire
Xkat at time omne np bafore te the 10 10aktee Ottn Ottnfeet
aktee akteeAltm > feet feetlilt
lilt Altm membeos uilHIIGS ifJf Idle + 10 Qrtrt RlttilM lttie Me Mettrgentlr suretrgen
ttrgentlr trgen p regxa re < t1 tteetod t eg is t tQUESTION u 1M ltrwierrt ltrwierrtQUESTION 1lII1 1 t tQUESiTION
QUESTION OF PU FARTHER FARTHERFEES + RTHIER RTHIERFEES RTHERFEES
FEES CO COMES MiES UP l P TOOAYWARE TOOAY TOOAYWASHINGTON T DAY DAYW
WASHINGTON W WARE TIVCTON Jm ltiH ItWIIJ ar4Bi ar4Bio i iof
o of argument was O oeenaet oo MJMMtCaclllttINt MJMMtCaclllttINtapreme iaac 4 la laSupreme file fileSn
Supreme Sn apreme Court today MI Kc rule ruen ruenquirlng re requiring tfegtdring ¬
quiring Judge Kohleaat < JI rf f Ute DIs DIstriot DI8triot IDistriot
triot Court of the Sovaatm J Judicial JIdaJIDJstriotsittlng Judicialtrlot 4lci l lStrict
Strict DJstriotsittlng trlot sitting at Ghioaso 0J Ceti ca toJllltow toJllltowcaWie t to showcause show showcaase
cause why hy the Olrc 06tttt it t Cart aortlOt dto sbowM sbowMbe fl flof
> lOt of be proWbked froM nmtlifc furCher far farther r rI ¬
I r ther aUawance for oowiieai OM > tei feet from Prowthe rn fromthe
the Carter fund fa tke s tilt it t rf otM otM80varnment < tbe tbegovornment Niue8opeilmoM
govornment to raovrar r8COlarJMaey r8COlarJMaey5tUton toaelc toaelcsesMon o er ia JKW JKWwsston
wsston of fOItHrUa Oa Oapt Obarlia M Morter Morter0aPt Carter CarterCapt Otit r rOapt
Capt Garter Oa Oaet er wac WMCOIII1d s convict f of 1 1tt1catiH ae aeSB tkfalttatten
tt1catiH SB iBOGIIMOdeIt etMiMottoa licit aotlott with the aar aarat
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ttae e JaeIt few fe 4y ri TIle first of the tketo litetti thek
tti to be k trierf is Biager BiII < < er Her Herof Herof
taut alt ec + nernber of of1Mio o bngt + etcs COIIl
brioet 1Mio er of 0 i Mdaic Wk iaaas aM a4 for naay naayPnNafa
i Yeus a PnNafa at t factor ia a North Nottltet North4ttet
et 11 4ttet he e prosecution of ofa4 ofswnt
11 swnt a4 those iMitxled ia4 cte4 with withbe M itk itkWill
lsr Will be b ia charge of Francis FlIIC J Jcn Jsoli
a soli r j u 4c die 10 Ie ec ece r
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Painting PaintingPaper Pain PaintingPaPer ting tingPaper
Paper Hanging HangingDecorating HangingDecorating g gDecoratin
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219 MAGNOLIA AVENUE
I CALHOUN TO BE BETRIED BETRIEDFOR TRIED TRIEDBRiBERTY TRIEDfOR
fOR BRiBERTY AT a aALLEGED FRISCO FRISCOALLEGEp FRISCOALLEGEl
ALLEGED THAT HE WAS ONE OF OFTHE OFTHE 0 0THE F
THE MEN HIGHER UP tt ttTHE IfITHE I ITHE N
THE RECENT CARNIVAL OI OIGRAFT OFGRAFT 0 0GRAFT F
GRAFT GRAFTSAN GRAFTSAN GRAFTSAID
SAN FRANCISCO Jam 10 lOPatric1 lOPatric1Calih01D 10PatricCalhoun Patricl PatriclCalhoua k
Calhoun the millionaire traction mag magate magDte magstate
state ate of tke Golden Gc den Gate City will a again aaflD again
gain aflD be placed on trial this week weektke weektke cek cekI
I tke cue baring been eeD et for today todayFra tOOarI todayFrauck
I Fra FrAillcls ci J Heney win nl have Ita Ye nothiuj nothiujmore nothiuI nootlliiimore
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I more to to o witk tUt tae prosecution of the thebribery tl1brihery thebrfbery e
bribery cmae ell a having ba YIq been de defeated defeatedfor eat eatfor
for dtotrict dlatt lct attorney last November N oem bel b bCharles bj bjChaste bJClaarlea
Chaste M Flckert Flckert will ill have havea ha hava YI YItuU
a full and clean weep at the case caseCalhoun caseC1boaJR caseCalhotta
Calhoun Is charged with IUt bribery andai1eiped and andalleged andalUeced
alleged to be owe of 0 tbemen the men higher higherup
up in the t > > e recent carnival eanli Ylll of graft in inS illSaaFnuteI8co inSan
SaaFnuteI8co San S Frawcisco The defeat of the re ref rerAW ref
f rAW rm or muckraking element in inthe illthe inthe
the November No embe r ejections it is Intimated intimat fnthnatMis
e4 Mis Is an indication that the tbeprosecu tbeprosecutSoa prosecu prosecution proseeutlott ¬
tion of Calhoun will UI not be so deter determined deter01 deteratned
mined < < or vindictive as in the past
IMI ErIH6 OF VOLUNTEER VGIMEERAM r °
I ARTMENT ARTMENTAM 1 1AM
AM flldlPOIRTAiHT iPO ir TAMT iNTMEETING MEETING WASHIEIUD WAS WASMCJLID WASiHEJLiD
MCJLID SATURDAY SM UROAY NIGHT AT ATWHICH A1H1tCH ATIWl
IWl WHICH 4CH MUCH MU + CH BUSINESS WAS W WAiTTRAWAACTBD A6 A6TRAiMaACi11EJD
TTRAWAACTBD TTRAWAACTBDThe T IpIdMl3 AICTE
I The meeting I < tiag of the Volunteer 011 eeo FI FI100partwelit iif i i iDeimrtment
100partwelit f Department held at the iny tit Hy y Hail Oli OliSaturday < > i iSaturday iSaturday
Saturday night nlPtas was well eD attended attendedam aUeudaM d dand
am aM considerable business buiD was as put putthrough
I through throughThe througkI
I The Th e et e1urpose meeting meel JIC was U ailed for f f the theIMirpoee thej
t IMirpoee of receiving a report from tt ttcommittee j juttaee 1cotntntUee
j committee on constitution and aa bylaws bylawsand b bylawsnitd Ia S Sndeaot
and rules ndeaot oC companies which was wasadopted wasby wasadopted
adopted by the department and Pres President pretG ¬
Motet G B Seaman Seamsto a was A authorized authorizedto
to have e printed 208 copies of the sam samfor samdae sansfar
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for the use uaeand and information of the theIt thebera thewerabers
werabers werabersbt bera beraI
I It twu wc decided to incorporate and ands auJOIIImittee
a committee tomul ttee was as appointed to take takethe takKC takethe
the neceaaacy KC IT steps for this purposeFtre purpose purposeFire purposeIre
Fire Ire Chief H T Titus was request requestI
i I ed to aak City Council to furnish 1500 1500additional 1 15uuI 15uus4dIitioR1 ou oua44jltiOllaJlleet
I additional a44jltiOllaJlleet feet of hose fire hydrant hydrantatop hydrantI hydrantMop hydrantj I
j atop valve aJhes1I4I and two more hose bo e reels reelsH
I H T Titus Conrad Stubenbord Stubea bord and andE
E L I Quna were appointed a commit aoomnllttee committee
tee to 0 arrange ar e for the forming of ofseparate ofseparate
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separate arate companies companiesAn
An amendment 1IItDt to the constitution constitutionjwas conatitutioapropotIed constitutionads
jwas ads proposed in regard to the mini mininanm m i i iqe imum
mum age of members changing itfrom it itI
1 i from twentyone t eDlG8e to eighteen yearsI years ear I IIt
I It was a also al o proposed tuat instead insteadof iutt
of giving gig ing a preliminary fire fir signal a ahetaetofoiee ai i iMrIetotore i
i heretofore each blast of the whist whisthe bisl i i ilie i
r he regarded as a signal of f the loca locaJion 1ear 4 i
I Jion of the fire fireFive fireFive j jhe
Five he more sigeatuivs si tuns acre fe added to tothe tothe 0 j jtht
the membership roll i aKiiig > a total totalof totalof totalof
of sUtymae sin FiYtytrineIHGIhdG sUtymaeSINGIMG uine uineSINGING
SINGING THE PRAISES PRAISESOF
I OF THE FRUITFUL HEN HENJiTA HENiT HENt
t JiTA Kau lai a1 i jttSin1oiog jttSin1oiogtLc Si Sithe
the prai praiK1i c of f the fruitful hen the thepociltr tbeI thefanciers
I poultry poultryi > fanciers f itrs and farmers of Kan Kansas Kant
t sas aa and O Oklahoma are gathering to today toI today
I day to become bec lne tho guests utsts of the theProud I theProud lIt lItProud
Proud Princess 8 of tin Prairies Pra ies during duringthe duriugI duringthe
the week eeI of the Sunflower State poul poultry poultry Oul OultIT
I try show stao Earnest admirers of the thehen tbeIae thehen
hen Iae dec declare re that she will ill soon be become bea bewe ¬
come we a rival of the wheat and corn cornfields cornielti cornfiteids
fields as a source l of wealth Factsand Facts Factsaad acts actsf
and figures f that are staggering are aei1ea aregiven a e eFiea
given i1ea as to the value l1k of the Kansas Kansasegg Kansaecc Kansasegg
egg crop During the show sho experts expertswho e ezpertsof peltti pelttibo
who bo are areiae wise to the ways a6 s sspilt of the her herwill he Ii IitU
will tU tell how bo to make her lay all allwinter allMinter i II IIiDter
winter how ho to make poultry pay HI uitwo HItmo Iiito
two by four back yards ards of city cit LI LIand LaDd L Laad
aDd other secretsIIIA secrets secretsMASSACHUSETTS retai retaiMASSACHU1IT
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MASSACHUSETTS IIIA uwUT CARPENTERS CARPENTERSWILL CAIl NTERS
WILL DISCUSS PROBLEMS PROBLEMSHOLVOKE PROBL E M 5 5HOLOKE SHOLY
HOLVOKE HOLY OKE Mass Jan 10 JuIu JuIuat 1 tIlnant In Inaat
ant labor measures will ill t > tii rlbu ustd sell sellduring td tdtIae i iduriag
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during the senUr 0 i I I t topened tlopeDe4 topened
opened here tod todsetts to I
setts State Co CoJoiners CraM Cean
aM an Joiners JIIin Jg tuer r Iuioa I
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T E Fitzgerald F F OatesFITZGERALD Oatos OatosFITZGERALD O tt s sFITZGERALD
FITZGERALD OATESAttorneys OATES OATESAttorneys OATESAttorneys
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law LawSpecial LawSpEc11 LawSpecial
Special Facilities for Examining Examiningund
und Perfecting Land Titles TitlesOffice TltllsOffice TitlesOfce
Office in Oonrad Building Phone 138 1
RIGHT GOODS AT ATRIGHT ATRIGHT ATRIGHT
RIGHT PRICES PRICESDisposition PRICESDisposition PRICESDis
Disposition Dis osition to Treat You Right RighteeUs
LeMJs eeUs Be E Your Y our Jewelers JewelersL
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11 The Reasons Why Wh You Should S Trade e with the GruberMorris GruberMorrisHardware GruberMorrisHardware Gruber Morr MorrHardware s
Hardware Co II that helped win the Little Buck Bu ck Range Range1Becauso Range1BecauS
1 1Becauso Because yon always gel et the best be t goods as the lowest prices prices2Becasse
2 2Becasse Because we take it for granted ranted we are dealing dealiD with an honest firm firm3Because
3 3Because Because their goods oods are always of best quality and reasonable prices prices4Goods prices4Goods
4 4Goods Goods bou bought ht from GruberMorris never have to be retu returned rued as they always alwaysplease alwaysplease al wa ys
please please5Everybody pleaseSEverybody
5 5Everybody Everybody buying goods oods from GruberMorris in their Ijne will always find their theirgoods theiroods
goods oods as recommended and as cheap as any store in town in their line Busi Business BusiDeS BusiHess ¬
ness services are rendered you ou by kind and obliging obli in salesmen salesmenGruberMorris salesmenGruberIIorris salesmenGrp
GruberMorris Grp er o rib Hardware ar war a Company CompanyTWO Companyz CompanyTWO
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TWO RAILWAY 1 Y LABOR LEADERS LEADERSWHO LEADERSvVHO EAi
WHO SEEK TO AVERT A BIG STRIKE STRIKEI
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Yhetber Yhetberfederal federal mediation sought by the railway department of the th A Awtt Awttlean Arri nun nunlean r rlean
lean Federation of Labor results In a settlement of the switchmens strik striken striklan ¬
en the Hill lines or not It Is believed that a concerted demand will 111 be m 11itor mad madfor d dfor
for an Increase of wages by 200000 trainmen and other employees of th thegrating thoperating thfoperating
operating departments of the eastern lines within a few r w days Henry R 1ttrham IVr IVrhm 1 tar tarham
ham of the American Federation of Labor asked for a conference with Pres TresIdent PresIdent PresIdent
Ident Taft and the Interstate commerce commission with a view to endln endlnI end Iny Inythe
I the present strike He U and many other labor leaders say the American Hall Hallway HftlJwlty Ralfdrily
way association Is acting concertedly to prevent wage Increases Unotllelnrequests Unofficial Unofficialrequests Unotldnrequests
requests have been made for Increases by the operating employees of several severaleastern 8erftleIltttrn severaleastern
eastern lines and have received little encouragement hence the talk of ex extending ettending extending ¬
tending the strike Frank T Hawley Hs wley head of the switchmens organization organizationbelieves or organizationbeIlexes 1nlzatlol1 1nlzatlol1bellees
believes the strike will killsprend spread The Increases demanded range from 5 to 40 4iper 40per 40r
per r cent above the present wage scale Concerted action to secure this In InrnHise InMPa Inertase
rnHise MPa will Ill be taken by the following organizations The Brotherhood of Hall Hallrond HailroAd Itailroad
roAd Trainmen n including switchmen the Order of Railroad Conductors tho thoOnl thlOnltr thttOrth
Onl Onltr r of Railroad Telegraphers the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and andKnulm an anEntn andInalnPrz
Knulm InalnPrz ers N > and the grand lodge of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers EngineerslELB EngrneeILDfiELD Engtheersi
ILDfiELD lELB i mm cm ll tt rl I Il l ltt Y HAS QUEST i MEMBER Of UNION UNIONI
I 25 MILiS l tt iilJ l r Of GOLD ORE t i 1 IS J NOW I NEARLY I NINETY NINETYi iTi l 1
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S STARTLING r fARTLI1 G FIGURES AND E ESTMATES EST ESTIMATES STIMATES
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MATES WILL BE SUBMITTED SUBMITTEDTO I
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TO THE STOCKHOLDERS TODAY TODAYKVvXSTOX TODAYEXSTO TODAYE
E KVvXSTOX NtiTO Vyo ° i 1 < c < 1Io11t k kl 1 1tLh
tLh If thl tlliyai lJii < t j < llhL d dji
ji i1G1 if 7 l OI tulhtl t d t 1tti t fur furlt I IIt
It HIC Ilhtili I li ll it 1ttttlt itHill
l Hill i > rt of If thf lit manatee lliana L t will I ill illtntl i Lt iiLl itd itdtUtl
ami will t + ill embody t u j roi iletr ti t11 rip ripliou t rt i1 i1tio11 p + I Iion
ion ti i lluj 11 year earb 6 c1tt < j traiiniis s > h iKii iKiiiht 1Lgltat L Lthe t
the exai t tonnage mined ami tnau UIcikd UIcikdogthtr t t ttt < i itog ltogctht
tog ogthtr tlur with jtil ih the valut of < Ii t the i5 < tro trofrom t ri rirout r I IfruUl
from rout every ttr separate etaratt part of the Mist Mistworkirgti as asorkhg8 listworhirgs
workirgti which are now iu excess txe of of3i of3t j
3i 3 miles and will contain estim estimct estimatI t tt R
ct < t the available ore reserves is i > aseu aseuVipnii ao aseu1iluti u utpllH
Vipnii exhaustive i t surveys that liave liavehtrti lia lavthttU n nili >
htrti iu pl prt + uivss it a t fur i suiiii = l tiui pa l + iL t ti I Ii
11 i i i a r t tl ii liiiUt Ii i s i < > > tl tlestimate dl tltilliltt
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estimate inwtp of ort > reserves rl t Int awl i it i iIH L it1 1 1fh
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CHARLES W KYLE HAS BEEN A ABRICKLAYER AI AIBRICKLAYER A8RICKLAYER
BRICKLAYER IN GOOD STAND STANDING STANDi STANDING STANDING
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ING SINCE CONVENTIONS 1851CONVENTIONSuUEST 1854 CONVENTIONSGUEST j Ij
GUEST OF HONOR HONORBOSTON HONORBOT HONORLl
BOSTON BOT Ll > rCc Ian it Ilium workmen workmeni tti n nIf
If i the IfJ H todiy todaya ua a x < a warm wel welt
t t io It ill tieituatca dtt < atl a who 10 arnvcdtuii arrived arrivedfidii
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fidii ail a 1 < + l r 1 r tin liiiujvl l Illl 1 States t tttS < t s and andl aUt i i il iI it
t l ahadi < < 1 < 1 to I attcinl < tilt th < forty fortysecond second bi biIiiuiul f fI I
Iiiuiul l Ullii I session St S = lil oi tfu tit Irirklayers I rwl 1 I a tIS and duda all I IMasons i ijtons i il
Masons 1 a Ulia iiitfruatioiial Iuiou l lllOi1 Tl Tlk j ji1eninit i iIening
i1eninit t I + t ninr session ss on was w s in N Faneuil Hallj Halljiiui Hall Hallt
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iiui t Hl subsequent sitll uhsetlia equent > nt gatherings will be t t in inKord
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1 Ford ord Hall All of the 1100 unions in inHttti
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AttLVU t tl u Httti Un a tuittl UicUibcriatiip i11 i1 iIiV ii oiIttll i iA l
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Ittll A ball will be given on FridayiLin Friday Fridayaiul FridaI >
iLin I I1t aiul a banqufi ua liiv nmht t ot otIdHlary titLtlluary t tlatuutry
latuutry is isi 1lilit I Ililt
i lilit Mu f ti i I lm lii l c I is isiiiion 11 11minn
iiiion in the country is a resident resid > nt of ofi of ofKVtrett I Itrdt
KVtrett i trdt rCE it I lie ie is Charks s t1 V Kyle u hu huItTll tilll ttt +
> ItTll It a l llUIlittT nieii ler Sih fu clX t
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OPTOMETRIST OPTOMETRISTEYES
EYES TESTED TESTEDFRA FRAMES lES FITTED
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DRIVEN fRO FROM 1 BEDS BY fIRE fIREMAIN flRfMAIN FIREMAIN
MAIN BUILDING OF MILITARY MILITARYACADEMY MILITARYACADEMY MILiTARACADEMY Y
ACADEMY AT CORNWALL ON ONHUDSON ONHUDSON ONHUDSON
HUDSON DESTROYED BY FIRENEWBTRG FIRE FIRENEWBURG FIRENEVBlRG
NEWBURG N Y Jan 10 10Fire 10Firewhich 10Firewhich Fire Firewhich
which destroyed the main building building GJ GJthe ofthe of ofthe
the military academy at Cornwallon CornwallonHudson CornwllllonHudson on onHudson
Hudson this morning drove four fouihundred fourI fourhundred
I hundred boy students twenty twent servanand servant servantand senantsI t3
I and twelve instructors from their theiibeds theirbeds theirbeds
beds out into the snow The loss is isestimated isestimated isestimated
estimated at two hundred thousand thousanddollars thousanddollars thousamdollars
dollars dollarsThe dollarsThe dollarsThe
The successful escape of the boys boyswas boswas boyswas
was due to the military discipline towhich to tcwhich towhich
which the they were subjected Thej Thejformed Thepformed rheyformed
formed lines at bugle call and marched march marchHI ¬
ed out in military procession without withoutany withoutauy
any indication of panic l > anic A few were werepartially werel werepartially
partially l > artiaII overcome by smoke The Themajority Themajority Themajorit
majority of the students lost their belongings be belongings belongings ¬
longings longingsFor
For Rent Furnished Rooms RoomyFor RoomtFor RoomsFor
For Hire and Table Board pla piacards placards placards ¬
cards at the Daily News ofice tf tfCLiATE tfFLORIDA tit tit
FLORIDA SUMMER i CLiATE CLiATEHAS CLi t 1A TE TEHAS
HAS t NO N SUPERIOR I ANYWHERE ANY1EREMANY 1 1MANY
MANY PERSONS THINK THE SUM SUMMER SUMMER SUMMER ¬
MER CLIMATE UNBEARABLE UNBEARABLEj
j BUT AFTER EXPERIENCING ITCHANGE IT ITi ITCHANGE
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I CHANGE THEIR MIND8I MINDS MINDSmany
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A grfl many people now in Florida Floridaniied Floridaarf
i arf a rc niied with the climate t t during duringthe Iltrtrigthe
r the 1 slut > winter ssat at ii but sviuc sviuci 6tl t itit e ei
i i have expressed lxpress E 1 d a fear tc r thai if they ih lo locate ItI Itcate lttsate > >
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cate here they the would not be able to tostand toI
I I stand the climate of Florida da in the thesummer thesummer
1 summer time timeThe timeThe
t tThe
The fears of these people are groundless ground groundJess groun4less
less There are thousands of people peoplenow peopleJ I Inow
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now living Ii ing in Florida who had the thesame theI thesame thesame
same ideas when a hen they the first came toFlorida to toFlorida toFlorida
Florida and the first year or two af after after after ¬
ter coming to the state the they packed packedup
up and went north for the summer summermonths summermonths summermonths
months Then after awhile a they be began began began ¬
gan staying later and later in the sea season s season a ason ¬
son until finally they the remained forthe for forthe torthe
the summer months Ask these peo people peapie ¬ I IpIe
pIe how the climate in the summer summerI summerItime summerblue j jtime
time compares with the climate inthe in inthe inthe
the vast majority of the country countryA I I IA
A little investigation will convince convinceanyone convinceanvone convinceanyone
anyone that Florida is not only anideal an anideal j jideal
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ideal winter resort but that the sum summer summer summer
mer months in Florida are far morerule more morepleasant morepleasant
pleasant as athe a rule than in many of ofthe of j jthe
the northern sections of the country countryPeninsula
I IPeninsula iPeninsula
Peninsula Florida juts down between betweenthe
the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf ofMexico of ofMexico oflexico
Mexico constantly receiving the salt saltbreezes saltlt saltbreezes
i I
of f tlus tlusgreat tlwsi tlwsreat thttsgreat
breezes lt ezes from one or the other
great reat bodies of water waterThe waterThe waterThe
The climatic condition of FU > id iddiffer u udiffer tl tldiffer
differ from those of any aH anti all < It th thstates t tstates 1 1states
states in the union Elevation abovo abovosea atp atp8ta al + + vc vcsea
sea level dfjirets s of I hititiuU bt tiHk t1 t1nurses h hcourses hcourSt
courses of prevailing lu ev tiling uiiuis It ini ub tltt d t1tlibtltioil dtribution 1 1lritJulioIl >
tribution of If rainfall and < atnicsptu atnicsptupressuri atlllo
pressuri HS Un all iuiiueiu Y rliiuau dlm ltL1 aI < lIl II > d di1 tlinti < i iini
ini i1 inti to gtOKraphiial ogIaph lal position oItinl oItinlin No Noiii A Ailt
iii Florida t has an rlraii t i ithan I ttitan i ithan
than ruu UI t U fttt ft et uloxo ah al > C sta la 1 h 1 ti tiittseiheatly
loiisiMiiuiilly the climate > iUll must t ltait piii piiiot c ct
ot t that of Ii an island in milouMi milouMiTbe Il tllIo h t ttile
tile slate may be truly 1 llh n nas I Ia ia
as a the i 01k m l1 Florida Ilor lt 01 111 + t I IFhel
Theiv Fhel t is i no otlu r rrii rriiwith r rwith i z zwith
with which s it may bt p 1 = Itag I Iing Iing
ing the summer montlu montluiiiu HWU h > Id Idl
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ill intwuratiu i onitill Tb > air t1 titsI i ll lltin t1t t
tin t It ht I thirnuHKfT t Ill IIli II III tt tl r I i t I I Irrv1t
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AKEDentist HJ2 Dentist DentistOffice en1S en1SOfce I1 I1Office
Office Hours S SO to 430 430Office 430Office
Office South Beach Street Oppo Opposite Opposite 0PPosite ¬
site City Hall
SIEEPil t i I Ii lI ORDER ISSUED ISSDEDBY
r BY POPE PIUS X XBISHOPS XBISHOPS
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BISHOPS ALLOWED AL OWED TO SETTLE SETTLEALL SETTLEAlL SETTLEALL
ALL QUESTIONS REGARDING REGARDINGCATHOLIC REGARDJNGCATHOLIC REGARDINGCATHOLIC
CATHOLIC MARRIAGESROME MARRIAGES MARRIAGESROME MARRIAGESROiIE
ROME Jan 10 lOThe The official announcement an announcement announcement ¬
nouncement was made today by de decree decree decree ¬
cree of Pope Pius X giving Bishops Bishopsthroughout Bfsh BlshopSthroughout ps psthroughout
throughout the world the right to set settle settIe settie ¬
tIe all questions regarding rear fng Catholic Catholicmarriages
I marriages without n reference to Vat VtitlJ r atl atlcan
I J can authorities authoritiesThis
i This decree is one of the most surprising sur surprising
I prising I > orders ever issued by the Pope Popeand Popeand Popeand
and will ill be of particular interest to toCatholics toCatholics toCatholics
Catholics eveywhere eveywherei
18000 ACRES OF LAND LANDPLACED LANDPLACED LANDPLACED
PLACED ON THE MARKET MARKETMUSKOGEE MARKETIUSKOGEE MARKETMfSKOGEE
MUSKOGEE Okla Jan 10 loAbout About
240 tracts of rich farming land em embracing alnitbracing m mbracing ¬
bracing 18000 acres formerly the theproperty the11lOpert theproperty
property of Poor Lo will be sold to topale topale topale
pale faces this weekby week by the Indian IndianAgency Ia iadianAgency kn knAgency
Agency The sales will w ill be held in invarious inarious invarious
various towns throughout Eastern EasternOklahoma EasternOklahoma EasternOklahoma
Oklahoma beginning today and cot eoatinuing co cotinuing cottinuing
tinuing to next Fridai Friday FridayTHE Frida FridaTHE
THE i WOMAN Iff THE THECALLED CASE CASECALLED
CALLED M TRIAL TODAY TODAYALLEGED TODAYALLEGED 1 1ALLEGED
ALLEGED THAT SHE RECEIVED RECEIVEDMOST RECEIVEDMOST i iMOST
r ir
MOST OF THE MONEY STOLEN STOLENBY
BY CHARLES L WARRINERCINCINfATI WARRINER WARRINERCINCINNATI WARRIHEACIXCINNTI
CINCINNATI O Jan 10 toThe The case caacf euecf casee
e cf Mrs Jeanette StewartFord who wnohas wbeI whohas
has been indicted on cha charge > Sa of black blaekmail blackmail b1aelmail ¬
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mail and receiving rec iviog stolen monty montyvas
vas as called for trial in the criminal criminalcourt criminalcourt
court today Mrs StewartFord is know knowas
as the woman in the Warriner VarriDerCharles caaa calmCharles caaaCharles
Charles L Warriner convicted local localtreasurer Ioealtreasurer localtreasurer
treasurer of the Big Four I our railroad railroadin
in whose accounts there was as a short shortage abortage shortage ¬
age of 643000 is scheduled to be tn tnstar t the thestar e estar
star witness Warriner who ha a1ready a1 already a1read ¬
ready read been sentenced to six years yearsimprisonment y yearimprisonment rs rsimprisonment
imprisonment for the embezxleineat embezxleineathas
has charged that Mrs StewartFord StewartFordreceived StewartFordreeeied Stewart Ford Fordreceived
received much of the money he stofo stofofrom sto stofrom to tofrom
from the railroad The woman on onthe Oftthe onthe
the other hand declares that she am amdisprove CUldisproe candisprove
disprove the charges made against againsther A < < lt lther
her and hints at startling revelations reTelatlosrsinvolving revelationsinvolving reTeJat1oIIinyolYing
involving persons prominent promiD Dt in th thbusiness tH tHbusiness thebusiness
business and social soc ial life of the city cityGRANTED dtyGRANTED cityGRANTED
GRANTED TEMPORARY RESptTE RESptTETO
TO FIND ELECTRIC CHAIR CHAIRRALEIGH CHAIRRIEIGH CHAIRRALEIGH
RALEIGH X i C Jan U luOwing Owing te totb t ttiu teth
tiu th > fact that North Carolinas CaroliDaeCtric eie elieectric eieectric
ectric chair is not completed d WaltietMorrison Waltwr WaltwrMorrison 1 1lorri8on
Morrison sentenced to death for crtaa crtaaiual c cinal eriseinal
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