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I THE ijEStJNt SUN WEDNESDAY JNUABT J t1ARY 8 1002 19O s
TO TOPROSECUTE PROSECUTE MEAT PACKER PACKERCOMMEKCE PAOKERSCOl1IBIlCB PACKBRScoAI1IJfliCl
COMMEKCE COMMISSION 1SION TFJM TFJMGET TYILL TYILLGET TVILLGET
GET AFTKU TUB LEADERS LEADERSnote LEADERSlbole1111o LEADERS1io1e
note lbole1111o Who Accepted Cat Il l1attl M or lUbat lUbatto Rtbattl Rtbattlto
to He PnnUhfd rlmbhtdRallroad nallroadu by TH THIns TtIIInr TellIn
Ins In All Will 111 Oo Free FrteTMUmon Twllmony Th ThCutllnc That Tbatcullins Thatcutlin
Cutllnc ot Hate Was Ventral VentralCnrcAOO GenerliCUI0AOO cncr J JCnioAOO
CnioAOO Jan 7On ovldenoo o ldenoo sub aubmltted submJltoo submlttcd
mltted today by trafflo offlclals of various variourailroads varloWJrsllroada variousratlroad
railroads tho Interstate Commerce Com Commission Commwloll Cornrn15lOU
mission intend to prosecute the following followlnitraffic followingtra1110 followingtrafflo
house houseon i1Otheon e8 e8on
traffic mannRers ager of Wowtorn pncklnR
on tho chargo of accepting reductions am amrebaU and nndrebattll andrebakt
rebaU on freight ratcn J A McNauchton McNauchtonCudahy McNauglttonCudalty lcNaughtonCudah
Cudahy Cudah Packing Company Omaha C K KUrnuhart ItVrt1lhIrl KlJrqiihiir
Urnuhart Omaha Packing Company CompanyOnuiha CompnnyOnuLha CompanyOnuha
Onuiha W V P Jenkins G II Hammond HnmmoncPacking lIammondIacklnl HammondPacking
Packing Company Chicago E E Mat Motchette Matchette Matchette
chette Swarzchlld Swarz hlld It t Bulzborger Ifansoi IfansoiCity Jn1UlMCitr KanaC1t
City C1t F W V Vitc Kits ElItand and Hoorgo Friable Fr Armoui ArmouiCo
k Co Chicago John O Taylor NolsotMorrU Nolsot NolsonMorrL NosonMorrii
MorrU k A Co 0 Chicago A R Fay Swift A ACo k kCo t tCo
Co Chicago ChicagoHy Chlea Chicago11y o olIy
Hy their sworn testimony that they cut culrates cutral cttrates
rates ral I and paid rebates the railway official officialImvo omclahlhau ofl1cialliavo
Imvo oiculpated vrcIhpat eI themselvesund thcmeehe and will 11 not U Upr be beIr bepr9t
oinmUsloncr Irouty thli thlievening thla11l1ulu thl3avnhhlg
pr pr9t IK tuld i L titid f aid
evening Wo o will prosocut tho pacKing packlnfcflinpinlcs pacKingomplnles packingconpLnIce
cflinpinlcs or tholr reprcsentatlvps who whcacotitod whoaC whoaCIJltoI
acotitod aC IIf1t1 cut rates and fool that the thercaJiinum thotJJlUllnum themaXimum
maXimum tHnalty tnalty should be Imposed ImposedThat Impoficdfhar impotcdThat
That would 10 bo a fine of 5000 If It nhoulc nhoulcb IIhouldprold ihouldIo
b Io proved that ono firm neourod lower lowoirates lowerralt8 loworratel
rates than nny other otherllueh ituch discrimination dlscrlmlnntiorwouid discriminationouid discriminationwoud
wouid ouid render tho tb rtprosentatlvo of the thepinouinfiit tbocornpnny thocompany
company curing such ralNI lIablo to 1m 1mpll ImpZisiLhneht
pinouinfiit pll Jllmcllt hs well a IU fine Thero Is l n nevidence no nodtllQ nooideto
evidence dtllQ however of any discrimination discriminationTralllo dlcrlmlrmllonframo discdrnlnntionTrafijo
Tralllo oflieoro who represented rcpll ent > d about nbouforty aboutfort aboutfor
forty fort Knstoni la ll1rn and Wewtern railroads WOPpresent worepflon wore veroprtor1
present thw morning at the Investl Investlgallon IntfIllitalian inrefttigallon
gallon by tho Intnrntnto Commerce CormneroCk CommercoCOllllulMlon
Ck inmlslon > M to the Ih freight rates mad maddurinK madediiraig ondodlr <
durinK dlr lll 1901 on drcsscd dre ed beef and packing packlnjhoui packinghoui packingllou3
houi produot Tho feature of tho t o firssession firs I1rlltM firstseIon
session M lon was 11 tho examination by Commbi CommbisiPWT CommlsfiillIr Commbisiomr
siPWT ClwnetitH of I D T 1 McCabe cCho freight frelghtrartio Irelghttralto freighttratho
trartio tralto mminccr maJJlr of tho Pennsylvania Pcnnlanl lines Unawest Ilt IltWt lineswet
west of Pitlbbure PitlbbureDid ljltIJr ljltIJrud Iittsburglid
Did you ou maintain mnllt ln last lt rear TO the rata ratafiled rate ratesfllri
filed ud with wih tho Commission COlml slon1 naked nkod Com CommlMlonor Commllonor Cornzrmtsmionor
tlr <
mlMlonor Clomonts ClomontsNo ClomontNo
No on July Jul 21 a reduction reuction of 5 cents centiwas cnts cntswu centswas
or i icents 3 3cnls 3cents
was made and a 1 further turher reduction ucton
cents cnls was as nmdo on Oct 15 15Will 16Wi 15yjii
Will you ou furnish furth the commission commissionvfclon cmmiion A Aronl areori
reori Wi of otlio tho tramc In dne drused bf beet nod Dra nrc nrcvisIons
visIons ronl of your our line lno lost Ilt year showing showlnl th thtariff tbl the thetariff
tariff rates rat s and the tlO cuts cI on each eh shipment shipmenttho shIpmet shIpmette
tar the namos nam of shippers hlpp and the to amounts amount of oltho oftho ofthe
tho te rebates pall paid wld them themI
I rettos doubt If such AUdI records ror have h e been oen kept keptpllol keptrploJ keptzepIIol
rploJ zepIIol pllol Jlr t McCabe McCnbeWhy McCb McCabeVly
Why not notPossibly noU noUloilLly notPosslbly
Possibly loilLly because baue It was 11 thought touabt yo yomight you youmhht youml
ml might ht ask for them themwere themThen thornihen
Then you mean to aytbat toe those records recordswere
rors rorsere
were ere destroyed estrO to remove rmov the evidence eidenc of ofyour atyour ofyour
your lll megal al acts actsFrankly Mt MtFnkly actl actlFankIy
Frankly Fnkly that might mght be b the reason ran for fordestroying fordttrng fordestroying
destroying dttrng them themWho themWho themWho
Who takes take tho responsibility onlbity for ordering orderingviolations orderingriolations
r oreg oregvolatons
violations volatons of the Interstate Inteftte Commerce Commercelaw Cmmer
law lw for ordering orderng secret rt reductions rducons In rates rateson rate rateon rateson
on tho Pennsylvania lines linoswhat nnel
lonnyhnt
1 1 am In chlrge charge of traffio ata aaire and do dowht dowbet
what wht I consider cnsldor necessary n necessa7 Mrl for the bes besInterests b beet beetthterestis t tIltlt
Interests of the company companyDo corpanIo
Iltlt Do the Pennsylvania Peslnnla rmla llnel lines east ft of Pitts Pittsbur Ptt Pitteburg
bur burs Join In t this ti rate cutting cuttingYes ctt cuttth7es g gt
Yes YesDid t es esDid
Did you discriminate dclat In I favor favr of an anihlppcrs any anyalp anyshnpere
ihlppcrs alp rsl y In cutting cutUn rates ratesKo rat0 rmtt rmttall
Ko o all al wore WOI given ven the same rate rt an anafter and andalr andafter
after alr July July1 21 all allpr export shipments shipment were bllle bllleat billedat
at A the thf actual actl rate paid pld pldO paida
0 D Whitney general trafflo tc manager managaof macer macerof managerof
of the Qovor Covor ovor L Lt Lcaf vf gfner line lt and E F Cost Coittestified Ct Ctto Costtramo
tramo manager or tho 111 Jg Four system etemtlWe systemtestified
to testified mger wiOnout Itout reservation rteaton that tat thai thairoads tei thetroads
tlWe roads did not maintain mintin during dug IDOl 101 th thraton the thert theratt
raton road filed fied with wth tho Interstate Intertt Commerce CornmercCommission CommerceCommission
rt Commion Commission on packing Pcking pckIn house hou product productparticipated productsfor
for err export and tt that their onellg connecting Int lines linesparticipated
participated In i the cut ot rates ratesiln rate rateI rates11Q
I pcpat iln some manner mr tl auurano au baa h bea beaconveyed bn bnenveye besn besneonveyed
conveyed to t the te railroad raira offloera om that th t m mprosecutions no noprlUOI noprosecutions
enveye prlUOI prosecutions will wi result rCult from any testimony testlmonjgiven t testimonygiven ony onyIon
given to t tho th commission at thla tl seoilon seoilonfacts aelon aelonTe senelonThe
The Ion reult result i t that ommlon no clor etlort to oonoeal the thefas thefacts
Te cnc
facts fas 1 Ia being l > ll made mde The Te object obj of th thcommission the thoomml theoommtislon
commission omml lon Is 1 understood undortood to t b b to t msrel msrelget marly marlyget merely merelyget
get evidence to convince cnvic Congress CnN that tt th thact to toact the theact
act to reeulatn rl lto interstate Inlrtte oommerco ODmero raus rausba mut mutb must mustbe
by ba b amended amtnde the oommiMlon oommiMlonTomorrow ommllon cemmisslonTomorrow before It can C n bo b made mdl effective cffeotlvby eeve eeveby effectiveby
Tomorrow Tomorow tho commission omln will i b begin beginan gli glian
an al Investigation Invesigation of th thl the Northern lorhem Securiae Securiaematter 8er 8ecuritleszmmattsr
matter matterSTADS zatlr zatlrlTAWS zmmattsrSTANDS
STANDS lTAWS nr TnOVPSOffSETOJf TnOVPSOffSETOJfCorrrnor THOVPSONETONCoTrnor TIIOMPSONSETOWCoTernor
Corrrnor CoTrnor of Colorado lorlo Saji fl su There Ttre trill mi D DNo IINo <
No o nxtradltloD rtrdilon lrocredlncDBNTKI lrocredlnc lo IToeeedtngiDaNun teID teIDDlN
DBNTKI DlN Cot Col Jan 7Oor 1GT Onnan Or of ofColorado ofColoro ofColorado
Colorado wdd today that he Is on t the > most mostfriendly mostfriendly
Coloro I t D101
friendly trl ndlr terms ter with It Mr Ernest Emet Thorapeon Tompn Tompnton ThorapeonB
B ton whom hor ho hI greatly fnUr ad Imrt odmirea ml roe find M that thatnil thatall
nil 1 roporU to the te contrary contfAI are ar untrue untrueTli unt untruerime
Tli Tbf rime rpr Governor GovIlor regrets very vel much muc that thattlii tat tatth thatttt
tlii th unfortunate unforunat Iietl controversy tltrtlray with llb Mr MrThoraron8etr Mr110m Mrihom
Thoraron8etr 110m fontton sottfetnn > n has ha ben 1el reopened bj b b61t
BtaU Oamt Oal hams C Commissioner nnlonr IlarrU Uur fpnt and A noon noonotnvlnrnl lon lonOnvlnl1 soonocnvirwsi
otnvlnrnl Onvlnl1 tlm tD latter that there tn would ould b bno be beno beno
no extradition Ilrallrm procenllngn Hfdlnf Hearing cf cfthreat citS f fI
I S threat Ihrflt mat m msts by liyllsrrte Ilrr llnrrin to haw hav the tn nAtural imturaltt nAturalt
tt t nrrtictwl Irftll when hfl hn ho IXJIIIM IJII here to tl ti leoturn leoturnon lrtur
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LIVE 1IVE TOPICS 7DPIOS ABOUT ABDUl TOWN TOWNIt 7OWN 7OWNI
It I U I I not unusual uuu4 for l r a vagrant nrat vagrantvlth with Ith some Boms1ttll somelittle om omlittle
little 1ttll education eucAton to assort Ir that tbt ho Is I a 1 college colleggraduate collegegraduate
graduate gadualo when wbtn ho happens happn to t bo 0 arraigned arrnlgneiIn
In a police ple court curt and usually uualy if the te Magi Maglstrato MaKI Magitrato
trato cares CI to spend Ipnd tho time two or thr thrleading tho thoItadlng threoleading
leading questions qUMtonl will 1 prove prv the th falult falultof falty faltyof falsity falsityof
of tho tUrsertlon Asrlon Two To batteredlooklnj batteredlooklnjmen baterdlooklng baterdlooklngmen
men who ho WOn wer lined lne up with a 1 lot of other otbevagrants otberngantln othervagrants
vagrants ngantln In tho Yorkvlllo YorkTlo police plr court MUr ono onimorning onomoring onemorning
morning moring lost week however sowovvr made mae gooc gooctheir good goodtheir goodtheir
their claim to being bing college cleg men to tin tinsatisfaction tl thesatisfaction
satisfaction Iatsfncton of lt tho Magistrate 1alltrate Ono o othorn of ofthol ofthoni
thorn thol was M a Dublin Dubln University Uliverity man ml who wincamo whoclmo whocame
came clmo to thU th country several years yel ago ngtand n agoanti o oand
Iovera
and entered cnttf a 1 monastery Ho Je did not like llkitho lke lketho likethe
tho rigor of tho monnterr rules nllt and an at his hllrst hi first oppor opportunity opportihulty
tunity tuniy ho came to New NI York Ho Jo sought soughtfor rought roughtfor soughtfor oppr opprtuniy
for work without success urs and finally I1naly went wentto WOlt tImt tImtto
to the tht City Lodging I glllg House JOIO for a night nightIn I
In fact f4t ho spent Ipnt three tbn nights ntghtl there thtr nnd bo bocausa b hoOntIM3
causa eaufO of that fact lx Illne becotno > camo a 1 vagrant under undeitho undertho underthe
aJrMt
tho law The ho Magistrate llltltrato sent lont him to the theIsland theLland theIsland
Island Lland for six months month The othor prisoner prlsonoiwas prlnor prlnorWM prisonerwas
was a man ma more mor than CO r years yea old who ho hoe hoemember hi hasturned
turned up In court rrm from Hmo to tme time Ho Hol Hoii
ture cur
l a grauato graduate of Mahata Manhattan Cologe College Md a arnembr amember
member rnembr of a respectable rsJctablo family famiy He auowas also ao aoWA alsowas
was WA sent to tho Island IslandThe Iland IlandTe IslandThe
The Te eagerness ogerno of some Ime of the tenement tonomonhouse tenementhoue tenementhouse
house houe dwellers dwelers on the lower East Est Bide tc tchave to tohlo tohavo
have hlo their houses boU quarantined quarntined has ha puzzle puzzletho puulo puzzledthe
tho Health 1C1th Department Deprtment until utlt It was wa clean cleanup clare cleared clearedup
up recently rotmU As A soon 60n as 1 a contagious contagloidisease cntagoU contagiousdisease
disease dlMe has h been ben discovered dlovor In insorno some of theei theeihouses thto thtohOUt thesohouses
houses hOUt tho other oter tenants tMn have prompt promptasked prompty promptyko promptly promptlyasked
asked ko the Health Mlth Department Deprmont to quaran quarantlno qursn qursntno quarantine
tine tno It t In most rot houses houe tho t telnta tenants nanta aro aroaverse aroavere arcaverse
averse avere to t a 1 quarantine quntie The explanation explanationcamo eplrmtlon eplrmtlonCmo
camo Cmo from a 1 protest by the agents agent of these thesetenement thee theetnoment thesetenement
tenement tnoment houses hOUe According Acoring to their theirstories tbolrstorie theirstories
stories storie as soon ns I ono of these the houses hOUM was wasquarantined wa wasquarantined
quarantined nil ni of the tenants tenan would de deS de 1echina
qurantno china S to pay rent and 1 dare at atdispossess the alenls agents to todlpO todIsposess
dispossess dlpO py them under penalty penaly of violating violatingtho violtng violtngtho
tho laws 1 of tho Ihl Health JtlUI Department Deprtmont As Asa A An Asa
a result roult tho tenants would occupy oupy their theirrooms theL theirrooms
rooms roms for a month or more without wihout paying payingrent palngront payingront
ront and then move to some lomo other otltr 11010 11010Thl house nousoThU houseThb
ThU has ha boon n so 10 regular reguI1r a practice pmcUo that thathas thlt thlta thata
llSC4tae In or those houses houseshas
a con11g1011 contagious rlN80 80re some thl homl
has his been hailed haie as a a stroke of good pood luck luckby luckby luckby
by the bn other tenants telmt The Health Ieltb De Department D Dparment Department ¬
partment parment has stopped this thti game omo by warn warning warnIng warning ¬
ing the tenants that If they dont pay ront rontthey rontthoy rontthey
they will w1 Ixi j fumigated fumlgllld and dispossessed dispossessedpromptly dlp8sod dlp8sodprmpty dispossessodpromptly
promptly promptlyThe prmpty prmptyTe
The Te collection cleion of old Now low York prints printsthat prlnt printsthat
that tht hangs hang in tho office omr of tho City Cty Trust TrustCompany Tt TtCompny TrustCompany
made John D Crimmlns Crimmlnsone
Company Compny was W4 by Joh Crmml Crmmlone
one of Its It officers omcrs who was M one of oftho oftho ofthe
tho first trt collectors col tom in this thll tliI city ciy to appre appreciate apprecl4tl appreclato ¬
ciate cl4tl the value alue of such articles aricle When WhenMr ThenMr en enMr
Mr Crimmlns CrlmM began lan buying buyng up old prints printsand printsand printsand
and books bok bearing brng on historical hitoricl Now 0 York Yorkhe Yorkhe Yorkhe
he practically prolcUy had tho field fold to himself himelf Ha Hasecured le leeerd liesecured
eerd secured nt comparatively ompamlhely little ltte expense expensea
a very complete collection colrton of such oxpnse oxpnsea works worksTho work worksThe
The To or late 1tl John II I V Arnold was W another anotherearly anothercrly anotherearly
early crly collector olttor but ho devoted deoto most mot of his hisattention hil hisattention
attention ItlnUon to porfncMng prfolng his extraIllustrated extraIllustratedhistory extrnlutrato extraillustratedhistory
history hllor of Now York For the past p4t three threerears thro thrors threeIeors
rears rs Comptroller Comptroler Color was i nn active activeNew acl activehiddorthcough 1
hiddorthcough lddoT thtugh alnts agents nt nl nil 81e sales of old oldNew oldNew
New 1 lork ork literature Itorntur There Ther are probably probablyfew probablyfew probablyfew
few men me In Now low York to tooty today < lay who have liaverucn hle hleuch havesuch
such an Intimate ttmato personal perona knowledge of ofthe ofthl ofthe
the thl city cty as It has grown gro for tho past forty fortyyears fory foryTOrs fortyroars
years TOrs and of Its 11 history histor previous prou as has hasMr ha hasMr
Mr Mr lr Crimraln and his hi collection cleotlon of books booluand bolU booksand
and Crnml prints prln on this t hLs subject is very vcr valuable valuableBayonnos valuableBayonnes alul blo bloBayonea
Bayonnos Bayonea Health Board Boad official who whoroso whorl whoI060
roso rl to the sublime ublme height of heroism a amonth amont amonth
month mont or more ago and proposed propo e to pass passan pl plDn passan
an ordinance ordlnanr compelling cmp01ng all al the women womenof womenof womenof
of that town twn to wear short shor skirts skirs In the theBtreotB thertreete thestreets
streets rtreete flashed I1nshe Into Int public pbUo notice nolo and anddropped ad addoppd anddropped
dropped doppd out again a 1811 Ho HI lacks lack tho persist persistence 1Jlt 1Jltonc persistonce ¬
once onc of a prosperous pr5perue New lew York merchant merchantwho mehant mehantbo merchantwho
who bo has been ben carrying carng on a crusade cse agalntt agalnttlong agalnttJong agalnitlong
long skirts klta In tho newspapers newepapr for many manyyears manyyeAre manyyears
years and felt somewhat smowht hurt at the thoundue tboundue theundue
undue prominence given gl on to t the te Bayonne Bayonneman Dyonno DyonnomM
man This N NAw ew w Yorker I I Is eldorly nnd as asan aea asan
an a answer to critics cltoe who say that at he la I a awoman aomtn awoman
woman omtn hater he takes tlkefrm from hi his Inside Insidepocket Iide Iidepoet insidepocket
pocket poet the photograph of his Tory To pretty prettyyoung prty prtyOCj prettyyoung
young wife le Ho has b newspaper clippings clippingsbowing clpplle clpplleioWIR clippingshowing
bowing ioWIR OCj that tht he agitated agiate ntspapr the te shortskirt shortskirtIdea ebeklr shortskirtoa
Idea leeA oa before beorl Bayonne had the luxury luxur of a aHealth anCth aIealth
Health nCth Board Boad Ho II is 1 as f full ful of statistics statisticsto tatlstc
to t prove pro the evils evi I of long trolling trIl skirts skirtsworn aklre aklrewor sktfleworn
worn wor In tIm t streets trte an n he alleges altge the tu bot bottoms botterne bottcms ¬
toms of such loh skirts eklr are of germs and ml microbe mloobc mlcrobes ¬
crobe oobc of all al sorts or Whenever Whenovu grme the short shortskirt ehor shortskirt
skirt klt discussion dloislon breaks br lle out thin tl New York Yorkmerchant Yorkmorht Yorkmorchant
merchant morht makes mke the thl rounds of the news newspar nls nlsYnrr newspnrr
pnrr par r oftices Of1 and volunteers all al the In Information InlonnlUon information ¬
Ynrr lonnlUon formation that thlt he has hn ha gathered gather from frm a study itudyof ald aldof
of the subject for
aubjet many years yearsTho rearsTI yearsThe
The TI various varou attempts attmpt that hare haT been beenmodo bn bnmlto beenmade
made mlto In recent rt years YOf to enliven enlTen formal formalevening foral foralcTeng formalevening
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ELECTION ELOTIN RESULTS Uf II IN CUBj CUBjMOST OUBAMosr CUBAI CUBAIMOST
MOST OF THE SENATORS WIL WILJIE WILL WILLDE WILLRE
JIE PALM A MEN MENI MENMuo IENIUuo
I Maio Mm lftJ Carried Crlt the Election Eton In Puerto PntrtPrincipe Puelo PueloPincipPur PuertoPrlnelpeVesr
Principe PincipPur PrlnelpeVesr Fear That Tlt the tie the Home 10we u unrprrirntatlVM lt ltntprttntatns of ofIlepresrntativrs
nrprrirntatlVM ntprttntatns Will Wi lie Je Itxillci ItxillciNeely l1alleal l1allealNu lii illeal illealNeely
Neely Nu Trial Tial ItMtponrd lOlpontd Until Vnl lYlda lYldaSftctol Irld9pca Id Id3pu1D
Sftctol 3pu1D C Cable W tttipalOi npGclo to Tax T SCN SCNIlAVAXi S SCXHAVANA I
HAVANA lAvuu Jan Ja 7 7Tbo Tlio Election EQton Doar Doarannounces Board Bonrd10unC Boardannounces
announces 10unC that tho following folowing Senators Bn1tom will wllbo wi willbe
bo elected oleted judging from fror the returns retun fo foSenatorial for forBentor11 forSenatorial
Senatorial Bentor11 doctor elotolll Plnnr lnr del lllo Jo lUcardi lUcardiDolz JUcrdo JUcrdoDolz IdeardoDolz
Dolz Sanchez llustamunto lUtnmcnto mao II ncltrnti ncltrntiHavana lllran Beltranhavana
Havana 111 Diego Tnnayo Tnnyo Alfredo Alredo Zayaa Z1 am amEstrada and andFtradB andEatrada
Estrada Mora Parraga Para a Matanzoa MaIZ Foitui FoituiManual FortunManuel Ol1UI
Manual Mlnu 1 Sangullly BlngUy Mondoz Capote Cpoto and Con Conliotanoourt OonIotnour ClonIlotanoourt
liotanoourt Iotnour Santa Snlt Clara Ca Ion Gn Montcagudo MontcagudoFrias Montagdo MontagdoFra MonteagudoFrlas
Frias Fra Moms Mora and Oen Carrlllo Crrlo Puortc PuortcPrindpo luuro luuroIrcp luurtoPrincipo
Prindpo Ircp Sllva Cisncroa Cneros and ad two others otheJ ant antSantiago and andSantago andhiantlago
Santiago Santago Eudaldo Tamayo Tamyo Yoro Bravo Dravcand Bravoand Bravoand
and one onoother onootherA other otherAll otherAll
All A except oxcpt tho those o In Puerto Peo Prlncirx Prlncirxaro Principoarc
arc a Palma Pnm men In Puerto Principe Prncip al altho al all alltho
tho probable Senators aro ao Masoltvs lMOIU Th ThMasoltos T6 T6Mnole The TheMasoitca <
Masoltos Mnole withdrew from tho election electionIn oltlon electionsin
In most parts pa of Santiago Santlro and It U I nasortoc nasortocthat aesertodthat
that all al the representatives ropr0enlat from that prov provInoo provInoo provmoo
Inoo will wi be b supporters supprers of Seflor Soor Palrna PalrnaFull PalinaFull aln
Full Fl returns retun of the elections oleton will wU not b bready be beready <
ready redy until unt near ner the end of the mouth mouthTho month monthTho
Tho To Conservative Conseratve organs orgl Iftvvo Ntul Pal FafoDiono PalDior PalDlario
Diono Dior d La L Marina Marna and Union Espanola Bipanolcpraise Epnla Epnlapra Espanolapraise
praise pra the recent rnt declarations deltlon of Seflor SeflorPalma Betor BetorPal BeflorPatina
Palma Pal and cbndomn the agitation agLtUon of tho theMoso thoMao thoMaso
Moso Mao element elementOf
Of the provincial provnca Governors Oovenor Sofiom SofiomGomoz SeAoreiGomnox torl
Gomoz Oomo Nunez luncz and Heclo clo wore ere reflected rcoloctedSeflor rcllocld rcllocldBnor reflectedSeflor
Seflor Bnor Qulloz Quloz who ran rnl for reelection re lecton In InPinar InPlnar InPinar
Pinar del dello lllo Jib was M defeated Cloy Go lictan lictancourt Bcta lietancourt
court cur of Matanzas MatanZ and Gov 00 Castillo Cllo of olSantiago ofSnntlago ofSantiago
Santiago did not stand for reflection reflectionTlio Toctlon rt4octionThe
The 10 Senate Snato is I expected to comprise cmpri a good goodbody goodbody goodbody
body of men Ien while hlle there thcr Is I fear fea that tmt the theHome IbeHouso thehouse
Home will wi Ixi radical at first A division division1s dhl lon lonI
1s I looked for among tho members mcmbr supporting supportingSeflor lupportlg lupportlgBetor supportingSeflor
Seflor Betor Palma Palm though they they are ao nominally nominallystrongly nomlrmly nomlrmlystongly nominallystrongly
strongly stongly In t favor of him The principal principalfear prlnclp4 principalfear
fear fea Is of tho provincial provici councils cuncis which are areregarded ao aofglred areregarded
regarded fglred by many may as a useless u81cM danger dangerBcflor dager dangerSeflor I
Bcflor Setor Zayas Zya counsel cuel for Neely lely in the thepost thepot thepost
post office ofc case Oe did not appear apper in court cur to today t today ¬
day ho being big sick The Te court curt proposed propsed to toappoint toappit toappoint
appit appoint a I substitute subttute and ad to t continue contnuo the thetrial thetia thetrial
trial tia Seflor Btor Desvernlne Dorne protested prottste thnt it itwould itwould itwould
would bo 0 illegal leRnl to proceed proced under tho cir circumstances er erctoe circurnatances ¬
cumstances ctoe and ad asked Mke for a 1 postponement postponementTho postponoment
The Te Judge finally I1naly decided deedd to postpone the thocase thlC8 thecase
case C8 until unti Friday FridayCOUNTESS Fday FdayCUNTESS FridayCOUNTESS
COUNTESS CUNTESS STAIRS AUCTION AUCTIONToe AUCION AUCIONTe
Toe Te Tulnr Tbln Put It Under tndtr the Hammer HammerYesterday HammerYesterday r r1elfrda
Yesterday 1elfrda Drought Only Oll BOOOO BOOOOThe 800 OOOOThe O OTa
The Ta possessions ploon of tie te Countess Count8 StavrnIn Stavrn Stavr Stavrain
In her he former foror residence r0ldece at 133 West Wtt Seventy Seventyflret So Sovontyfirst oty otyfrt
first frt street wore offered ofere for sale yesterday yesterdayafter yotorn yotorntr yesterdayafter
after tr having haTns been bon exposed oxoo for a 1 day da to totho totho totho
tho gaze glo of the public publo The Te gathering gatheringtint gatheringthat atherlngwat
tint came to t buy was wa not so large lage as 1 that thatwhich tat tathlcb thatwhich
which hlcb on tho previous prvoWJ day hail come to tolook tolook tolook
look The Te novelty hero of tho custom oulom may mayhave maylhavo I
have hlvo had hl something Imtlng to do with tho apathy apathyof apat1 apat1of
of the bidders bIdder Beautiful DCutful women in Paris Parlaauction PalJ Parisauction
auction off at o their souvenirs 80uenll so 10 frequently frequentlythat freuently freuentlythat I
that it has ba become b oma a 1 national natonnl custom in inwhich inwhich
which the th people popledeUght pooplodeVght delight But the Countess CountessU Cout I
U I almost a pioneer In Now No York and ad mutt muttconsole mustcnole muttconsole
console cnole herself hell with wth that thought thoulht whoa whanshe whonehe whoashe
she reflects rfetA that tlat yesterdays y traY8 salt ale yielded yieldedonly yelJo yieldedonly
only 8000 8000The OOO OOOThe
1000 1000Te
The Te most moa valuable TauAble furniture furIture was wa not notdisposed notdlrps notdisposed
dlrps disposed of The To auctioneer auotoner II S Wise Wisebegan Wisebegan I Ibnga
bnga began at tho top floor for descending deendlng to the thethird thetr thethird
third tr and a reached roache the climax cUmu of tho days daysproceedings days daysprta daysprocdings
proceedings prta by disposing dl plnl of tha te Ui Countess CountesiBtavras Countos CountessBtavras I
Stave Btavras bedroom beroom furniture friture At that thatpoint thatpit thatpoint
point the thelucon auction was Wa adjourned adjoure for twenty twentytour I Ifour
tour pit hours hour That TM left lel tho wine vno glasses glassesas glMscl glassoIts
as wall as the thollbrary library lbraI and ad the opera ol > rl cloaks cloaksto coak I It
to t be sold old today todayThe toayTle todayThe
The Tle attendance atcndno was made rdo up of persons personswho P personswho OM OMwho
who were apparently unknown unknow to the theowner theowner
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owner ow8 of the apprenl article 8rtcO offoivd olnl They 1y fol followed follo followvri ¬ I
lowed lo the thl auctioneer auclon r from rom room rom to room roomeagerly fl rorneagerly I Icagerly
eagerly but were slow lo to bid So o the thoCountetss Ih Ihounl theCountesss
Countetss ounl ss brow bl bed b and 1M Its Is TOffcolond TOffcolondhangings rOfolol1 rOfolol1hanilngl roreeolnrcdhangings
hanilngl hangings slowly Ilowl rote rop to M75 f7 although It Itwai Itwal Itwas
was wal Mid Nld to liavo 10 cost Ot nearly nNrl twice IJC that thatamount thatamount thntamount
amount The le gilt Ilt rlook rlok that Flood In 11 her lrrboudoir hcrbldolr herboudoir
boudoir bldolr went for 75 its i it original orllnal price prl wan wantlOO wacelcs a afO
tlOO more Tho Marl llr Antoinette ltolntI laos laetbedspread la lalJlllmnd laosbiiispread
bedspread fO lJlllmnd went for In I his than thal half hnl its Is orig original orll origmel ¬
mel Inal11rCt price of S00 10 OO Mont It of the buyirv bUJI con contented Cl contented ¬
t tented < ut1 Ilioimdvm thoms with wlh smaU In1 1 lots 101 nnd it ittook I Ittook
took tok n long Ion serf of pillow mow chains hlm bath bathtowels bth bthtowIl bathtowels
towIl towels nnd cologne tlo le bottles botii to bring the thaagprtgate theagjjRII tImeaggrtgate
agprtgate agjjRII up to Iflooo 10 Th TIle rugs f went at ntfrom atfrm atfrom
from frm 140 9 to 1100 fO lie fo average aVII rnmu Ri nxnrer nxnrerthn IMrtr IMrtrtlO ihtarerthan
than tlO former than the t 10 latter ltrr figure figureTim fare farenl figureflmis
Tim nl Count Cunl Counteie < did cl1 not nt app opplr nppar or In person personat preon preonat
at to t1 sale although alluJugh th tltr there ro Were er mInors ruinorathat rmor mInorsthat I
that In 11 her fiat it a t w hlok llooka l > look further furlfr uptown uptownho upt upth uptownshe
she ho h was kept klr Informed Inrorm of its It itsAt proKrpm proKrpmAt IlrOlrll
At Oi tl this corner Cnr of K Nlltyn1 teetityflrmt ventyflr > t street t 1 and nnilColtunbuii andOlwntJ andCulwnbwa
Coltunbuii OlwntJ avniiua aVll16 thero thrl stood tod a young younglimn our ourJ1U ourglImo
limn In nothing rttblil of unrnkukubly unmltklly lliiKllali lliiKllaliorigin Laghisimorigin lgl1
origin J1U Ho nevor ItIr npprotchnd nrprlcho Um tlO UI house liousanearer houGnt4er housenc4ser
nearer nt4er than Uln this tM point > olat but emisaertata mU mlJ riiui uf uftho urto ofthe
the ouctionotr were eru ne 1n seen n U > atlrt start t rt rapidly rapidlydown rpllr rpllrdown rpIilydown
down to oucohor tint tim block hlok from rrur time lme to II tlm Ilnl titus mxlmM mxlmMhurried Id and II baial baialhurried
hure hurried t1 ooofmenoes owtnU with wll him hln Whtn Whel tlwy tlwyuptown Ih4Y Ih4Ytrl tlaiytitd
trl titd wlwar1 to I 33 h he wlbd rapidly rapidlyuPtaiwn
uptown UJlon fio ft lb It U I 1 l IJUto hmhlemod li ve < l that tla tt the Countwn Countwnvi Onl OnlJ rptly rptlyUJlon
5 vi not J kept It in nuirxiuii uJnu as to the h way wuyUUnr waytinf waytiJna
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tinf Today tho 11 auotion will U begin ln In tin tinbr U UbMkf thebrssktss
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AN ELEGANT TOILET LUXURY LUXURYUsed LUXURYUsed LUXURYused
Used by pooplo of refinement refinementfor rofnemont rofnemontor
for or over a 0 quarter quarer of a 0 conturr conturrCVTTla cent centCUTTIVa conttrCUTTING
CUTTING AND ND OOVLD DINED DINEDA IIIW IIIWA
A nrcocnlllon ntco nlon of Their Krrvtcrt HrI r In Helping Hclplntto 1 lpln lplnto
to Win Pinion ulon Victory VictoryKobert Vletor3Itobert Iclof IclofRobr
Kobert Robr Pillion f lltn Cutting Cuttng and Dr Jr E n It ItGould LOOlld IiGould
OOlld Gould were Wtr tho guests JUtstR of honor at o 1 dinner dlnncigiven dinnerghen dinnergiven
given by ly a number nurnbr of business bulncS men of tho thocity thocty thocity
city cty In celebration of tho victory Ictor which whichfollowed whichfollowed hloh hlohfolowo
followed folowo the Fusion FUlon campaign clpalgn Tho com comlniUfH8 comnlUocs corn1nittuit
lniUfH8 which arranged aranged the dinner diner wcruheaded were WCNhode wereheaded
headed hode by William Wllal II I Baldwin Baldwn Jr Isaac IsaacN Ijlo IjloSelgman IsaacN
N Kellgrnan Selgman Guntov GItav H I Schwab and Wil William WI Williani ¬
liam l m ft Corwlnu CorwlnuThero CorwlnThcr CorwineThero
Thero Thcr worn about abut four fOlr hundred bundro covers coverslaid cvers cverslaId coverslaid
laid for tho dinner rlnner W V E Dodge pre presided pr prosIded ¬
sided Nearly carl all al the successful lucMful candl candldatoa cntl candidattet
datoa of tho fusion fUlon forces for < 8 wero wer present presenton prFept prFeptal
on al guests UCtl Mr Ir Cutting Cutng who Is tho Prod Prosldont Proli Prolidlnt Proddent
dent of tho Citizens Ciizns Union Raid RaidIt Iald IaldIt sihlIt
It Is II the th purroso of the Citizens Cllzns Union to topersistently toptrslIllnIY topersistently
persistently ptrslIllnIY plrOI aclvocatn a policy polcy that will 1 bring brlnueovernment brlnJ bringgnrriniient
eovernment Clrlent home to t tin I people and nd make nakn thorn thornrenllzo thlm thlmrea themrealize
realize rea it In II tlirlrs theirsu u policy that will wi kindle kindleenthusli klndlopnthuslum kindleenthuslaarn
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enthusli pnthuslum m as It reveals 011 Uio 110 possibility 108Illt In Inherent Inhfnt Inherent ¬
herent hfnt In the th employment emplonln of the cllysown cllysownresources clY1 cltYs own ornrl80UrCra ownresources
resources rl80UrCra In the services Hrrrl of Its people ptph a 1 policy policythat polcy polcytblt policythat
that tblt demands tho Infusion In tlio univmlo univmloblood ulmlo ulmloblood ariamloblood
blood of our earlier laUM reform administrations administrationsof almlnl trjtunH trjtunHof
of a few ow drops of what time th reactionary rrattonar Insists Insistsupon Inl18tsUfn Insistsupon
upon 1 btlirmatlzlntr ttlmatzlmr Irol8 as lS radicalism radicalismThe radieallm radieallmThe radicalismThe
Ufn The sun I h rising rllnl hat reformer and the thepartlviM theputl81 thepartleoti
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partlviM putl81 iwlll bo nt n nnu nlO iii with Ith the th Hnbrmr Hnbrmrprophet Jbrow JbrowIroll librnwproIilt
prophet t In wi hU hil apostrophe 11o He 10 that tl dr drlllbt alaIibatll < le leMitbitli
Mitbitli Iroll the he Ruin 1111 of apotropho opprcKslons > IMtcnl that tha shakcth shakcthhis Ilakth Ilakthhl8 lthlakCthhis
his lllbt hands from thn OI holding of brIUes brilN that thatMopprth thatHOI thatitolpetia
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evil evi h he shall hll dwell d well on high highMr hhrhMr hlghMr
Mr Cuttings remarks remarkl were rocolvod reched with withgreat withgreat I Igrat
great grat enthusiasm cllhulinm CUltlgA by the diners Dr DrOould DrOouldwho Gould Oouldwho Gouldwho
who followed folowc1 him was w applauded applaudodloud loud and andlong andlong andlong
long Dr Gould wild wildTh midThr ssldThu
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completely Ir tloHlel achieved achlld through Ihrouih organized effort effortNothlnt etnrt etnrtollinp effortotitIne
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That TIII danger are 1f Involved Invoh no one c Cn can n deny denyLeadership dpn dpnrldlr denyIendarship
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eil exitence tence still tllp lo lose wax IX strong without wihout pro pronentlng pm pmitenttng r rrnltns
nentlng tJIn rnltns political poltcnl office tfC as n reward for cmoeffort cmo clloetf1 civioeffort
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never fully eliminate 1Imnlt tho nueMlon of omo solnorort omorort
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force Ilcntlcto1 rnr and In l I is already alrfdy 1unlon peeking eekln to bring hrln this thisabout Ihlsabolt thisabout
about aboutWilliam abolt aboltWiiam aboutWillIam
Indiana said saidthat saidthat saidthat
William Dudley Ffoulke of Idiaa
that Wiiam he was sorry to hear hl that omo mo of ofthoso otthol ofthose
those thol in the Citizens Ctn 6rr Union councils cunci I woro woroadvocating WIN WINadocnlnl waroadvocnting
advocating a spoils policy as tho only onlysalvation onlysalnlon onlysalvation
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wan true or not not Mr Cutting Ctting who whr was wasnt WMat waitat
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CHILEANS TO FIGHT IT OUT OUTWONT OUTWONT OUTWONT
WONT WITItnnAW FROM Til TilPANAMERICAN TIlE TIlEPA TIlEPAN41IERICLN
PANAMERICAN PA AlIEnICtN CONGRESS CONGRESSMill
Mill Carry Carr > Opposition to Compuliory Arb Arbtratlon Arllitrallon Arbitration
tratlon Into 1110 thn Iull Conference an anfllay and endMay
May 1111 Adopt rlullt Dilatory Tactics f1ltlIcsnra f1ltlIcsnranrt11IAt TacticsHealarrLThiat llea lleairrtTIiat
irrtTIiat Mrxlru Hoxiliown IlIU fillDn Had d Faith FaltlCITT FaithCmiv alth althCITY
CITY or OP1IEXtCO MEXICO Jan 7 711lero Tlicro has hoe hoea been beena n na
a decided change of front on tho part o otho of oftho ofthe
tho Chilean delegation in the PanAmerica PanAmericaCongress lanAMrlcanCon PanAmnoricanCongress
Congress Con rcM Two rnoml members > om old this after afternoon atlernoon afternoon
noon that they now have no intention o oleaving of oflealng ofleaving
leaving tho conference On tho contrary contrarythey contrarythey contrarythey
they moan to stay hero and fight tho arbi arbltratlon arbitration arbitratlon
tratlon matter through to tho bitter end endFor endIor endFor
For nomo time the Chilean declaration declarationhave declnratlonshae declarationshave
have been tantamount to accusing nccu lng Mexico Moxlccof 1lexlroot
of a breach of faith The Chileans nov novintend ICI ICIIntend nowintend
intend to fight on the floor of the confer conferonce confrenco conferonce
once when probably the whole matterwill matter mnttorwill matterwill
will receive n thorough airing Ono Chilean Chileansays Chileanays Chileancays
says ho is prepared to speak fifteen days dayeIf daysIf
If necessary Thero apparently Is much muclifeeling muchfcollng muchfeeling
feeling between the Chileans nnd Mexicans MexicansWhether Moxlcanllllclhor MexicansShethor
Whether the Chilean Chll an decision dccl lon is due to totho totho tothe
tho proposed modulations in tho form of olsubmission ofubmllon ofsubmission
submission of tho supplementary treaty treatyto tflatyto
to tho conference M a previously cabled cabledcannot ClblCdCMnot cabledcannot
cannot now be said Tho Chileans declare declarethat declarotlmt declarethat
that their position po ltloll Is Identical with ours oursThere oursThcro oursThere
There is I excellent authority for aylng t aylnghowever
however that thero will be no vote by tho thaUnited thoUnitull thoUnited
United Status delegation which cnn bo con construed ronfitrood construod ¬
strued ns supporting sUjJJ lIrtlng > Chile In any nn obstruc obstructive obitrlloIho obimtriiotlvo ¬
tive policy In other words wo shall l make makeno makono makeno
no fight against tho majority of tho dele delegutlons delogotloll delegtitlons
gutlons filling I1l11n their agreement agreementThu ngrwmentThulhllclIllR agreementlhu
Thu ThulhllclIllR Chileans apparently think tho Mexi Mexicans Moxlcans Mcxicalls ¬
cans will endeavor to find HOmo way out outrather outrather outrather
rather limn have n fight In the conference conferenceTho ronfcrcneefhe conferenceThu
Tho Chileans today toda reiterated tho state Btntomont litatoment statemont
mont that they had received explicit assur assurunco lIJIuranen asauranco
unco from ff Mexico that nothing offensive offensiveto
to them should come up hero Now they theypropono theypropo theyjroposo
propono propo o whenever tho Mexicans Iolcan bring bringforward bringforwlll1l bringforward
forward their compulsory arbitration agree agreement agrooImnt ajreomont ¬
mont to challenge Mexicos good faith faithMinister faithMllIlsler faIthMinister
Minister Clayton denies that Chile ever everreceived eerrecclro overreceived
received any such assurance through him himTHE himTHE himTIlE
THE FIRST CARD RECEPTION RECEPTIONThis
This One In Honor lion or of Diplomatic Corps CorpsOfficial Corpaotncllli CorpsOlilcial
Official Wa 1hdllnlrlon hlncton Present PresentWABHIXOTOX 1rtS PresentAsIriaTor nt ntABm
WABHIXOTOX ABm AsIriaTor QTo Jan 7 7The The first card cardreception cordrecepllon cardreception
reception of tho Roosevelt Administration AdralniHtrationwas
was given at tho White l to House touf toufht ht in inhonor Inhonor inhonor
honor of the Diplomatic Corps This was waaono wnono wasone
ono of a series of three receptions rro ptlon and the thoother theother theother
other two will bo in honor of tho army and andthe andth6 andtime
the navy and tho Congress 8 Them will willbo willbe willbe
be no night public reception this year car con contrary contrary contrary ¬
trary to the uual u ual custom customTho CUJItolnThe customThe
The affair tonight was like all White WhiteHouse Whitenouso Whiteflouso
House receptions of tho past except that thattho thattile thatthe
tile hours wero announced from 0 until
1030 instead In tead of 11 as heretofore Owing Owingto
to tho fact that the members of tho Diplo Diplomatic Dlplomatlo Diploiuatlo ¬
matic Corps C rps were most deliberate in mak making makIng tanking ¬
ing tholr greetings to tho President and andMrs andMrs andMrs
Mrs Itoosovclt and the wives of time mcm mcmIxsrs memIJell inenihers
hers of the Cabinet Cabln 1 who composed compos tho re receiving ro rocclII1C rocalving ¬
calving line tho procession of guests who whoought whorought whonought
ought to bo presented prc entttl was later than usual usualIn usualIn usualin
In getting started and it was fully rull 020 20 when whentho whonthn whoatim
tim head of the thelloo line renched the he liluo i room roomwhcro roomwhero roomwhere
where tho President and tho receiving receivingparty rroelvlngparty receivingparty
party stood stoodTho stoodTho stoodThe
Tho line then trailed off through th thmansion the theman theinaitulon
mansion man lolI across the vestibule across tho thoportico thoportico theportico
portico and down through the grounds groundso
II o far as 1 Pennsylvania aye avenue > nuo gateton gate jntoAll gateAll
All th the official world of WMhlngton ton waa waairewsnt wupfCfOJnt we wepresent
present pfCfOJnt Tho most conspicuous con plcuous figures figuresIn
In n addition to the beautifully elressed women womenvcro womenwero womenwere
were Admirals Sohloy 80hlo Honhain and Ham Hamay HamNI
NI ay and lien Miles lIlcs each of whom was con constantly conI constantly ¬
I stantly surrounded by bya a group of admirers admirersTho admirerslh admirersThe
The lh President greeted all who passed p lNd down downo downtho downtim
tim line with a handshake and introduced Inlroducodto
to o Mrs fre Roosevelt those tho o with whom ho is islarticularly isIortftolllarl Isparticularly
larticularly welt wellllcqualntld acquainted Neither Mrs Mrsloonvrlt MrsHoosovelt Irll Irllltooclt
loonvrlt howovor nor any of the ladles ladlesuo Indiesladlpc ladiesIndict
Indict ICOIIIII ushook nook hands with the thGU theguot
guot guotThe uo U tM tMTho ltITho
Tho White House was beautifully dec decirntiil decorato doeornttl
irntiil orato and two bands of muslo played playedhroughout play playedthroughout d dthroughout
throughout the evening the Marino Band Bandtnd DMdunci Bandand
and the Artillery Band from tho artlllurytat artlllury artllllr artllllrnllollat artillerystation
station tat nllollat Ion nt the Arsenal Thai Th arrangements arrangementsor
rOT or handling the guests wore admirable and andell andcell
cell ell CHrrlml out outMrs outMm outMrs I
Mrs Iloof toolwrlt < velt wore a handsome gown of ofhlto ofwhlto ofwhite
white hlto silk ilk trimmed with sliver embroidery embroideryn
oint Hoot a gown 0t1 of white lace tllcruol iimcrustod iimcrustodIn J JIn
In n silver and embroidery arnbroldr Mrs Inc Knox Knoxrhite I Knoxwluto < nox noxwhite
white lace and silver Mrs 1111 Smith suite whltoLUielllng suitesiIl hlto hltoIlk
siIl Ilk Mrs Irll hItchcock white I silk lk and tiller tillerpnelllng silverpmnehlimg
LUielllng and Ml 11 w WiIon iUon ISal hale ialo blue bluoliniment hluoI bluetilnuned
liniment I in laoo lao and black velvet ht Miss Missioocovelt Misshtooceveht 11 111oo
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Mrs 1 Koosevelt Hnot > efllt during the reception receptionitood rlfptlontood receptionstood
stood two U of her children lowing the therand thecrand thegrand
grand rand parade with evident tntl tIsfaction tIsfactionAmong if action factionroollg actionAmong
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tore women from the Senate and Con Conregional ConIIrMlOMI Congressional
regional IIrMlOMI drol of society and several severallundrvd severalhundred eerAIhundd
hundred other guests jtW from I rorn private pri va to life lit a alumber anumber anumber
number of t them from distant cities dtlesBANK dtlflBAN citiesRANK
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Harm Said to He Done by thn Indlicrlmlnnt IndlicrlmlnntCuttlnc IndherlmlnltnCUlllna InditerlnminateCutting
Cuttlnc of TreeiSAHANAO Trees TreelSJftANAO TreesSAruNAO
SAHANAO LAKE N Y Jan 7 1Reports 1Reportsfrom 7Ileportsfrom Heport Heportfrom
from tho freight offices throughout th thAdirondack tho thoAdlrondllck thoAdirondack
Adirondack region Indicate that upward o of
20000 evergreen trees wero cut In the grca grcaNorth great RrtatNorth greatNorth
North Woods for Christmas purposes li litho In Intho Intho
tho city Tho cutting cutlln of Christmas tree treehas trClshns treeshiatt
has become on industry Indulitr of soino Importance Importanceamong Importanceamon Importanceamong
among amon Adirondack lumbermen although nlthouglIt
It is not so remunerative as Mother other features fcatumiof toatumllof
of their work workTlio workTimo
Tlio rate generally paid by tho city dealer dealerIB dealersIII
IB Ii II 1 a load which consists of about 20 20trees 200 200tllCs 200trees <
trees The labor of cutting euttln the trees ii iinot III IIInot isnot
not very ery great and for tho most part th thlumberman the thelumbermnn thelumberman
lumberman makes only a side aid Issue of It Itcarrying IttArrylnlt itcarrying
carrying on the work when he cant very verjwell verywell cry cryweII
well engage in anything else elseTho el6fTho elsaTho
Tho spruce makes tho best Christmas Chrlstmaitree Chrilltmaatree
tree and anlll is cut for this purpose more than tharany thllnanv thanany
any anv other evergreen although n number numbeiof numl numberof lr lror >
of hemlocks cprflCln and nn balsams h1It 1l1n < nn used with i ifew a afc afew
few fc cedars worked in soma loads loadsTlio loadsTue II
Tlio demand Ux upon > n tint III young growth gruwtlin growthIn
in time II Adirondack woods Wllt ll > to supply th thChristmas the IhoChrillll1nf1 theChristmas <
Christmas trailn has an Important bearing llfarlngon ixarinion
on the general ijuetitlon of forest preserve preservetlon prereralion preservation
lion and Is becoming l omlng every year more a amatter 1matter amatter
matter of concern for those Iho giving gl lnlt atten nttentlon attention attention
tion to the subject Time trees cut for thii thiipurpose thlllpurpoAA tiinpurposa
purpose may be anywhere from 8 to 15 Ifyears 15ycnrH 15years
years old oldIn oldIn oldIn
In twenty or thirty years yea they would be beof beof beof
of value for Umber purpose purpo but when whencut whencut whencut
cut BO voung they are of no permanent permanentvalue permanentaluo permanentvalue
value whatever It Is truo that It would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be possible not only to cut tho noccBsar noccBsarChristmas n necessary 8sar 8sarChrlltma >
Christmas supply of ovorgreons o rgrecI1M but also to tcimprove toImproe toImprove
improve Improe the forests by a judicious thinning thinningout thinningau
out au of young trees in the denser parts partsSuch partaSuch partsSuchm
Such a system however would entail entailmore enl4llmoro entailmore
more labor on tho part of tho ho lumberman lumbermanthan lumbermanthan lumbermanthan
than tho present plan of indiscriminate indiscriminatecutting Indlscrlmlnnlocutting indIscrimInatecutting
cutting Tho task ta k of filling an order for
10000 or 12000 troes might not be BO readily readilyattended readilylit readilyattended
attended lit to as at present Besides In Inthe Inilio inthe
the Christmas tree Industry as is notori notoriously notoriously notoriously ¬
ously the case ell with the timber and pulp
Interests theM appears no thought for theseemingly the tholuturo thefuture
future or o the forests the ono consideration considerationbolng considerationseemingly
seemingly being to get just as much in liar liarcash hard hardAlh hardcash
cash out of the woods today as can possibly pousiblbe
be squeezed squeezedKIPLINO qucozedlUPL1lG squeezedKIPLING
KIPLING DISPLEASES HIM HIMGilbert lIlVCllbert ZIIMGilbert
Gilbert Parker Crltlrlies the Poets Poet Latest LatrttProelucUon LattlroolltUon Latestlrodimctlon
ProelucUon ProelucUonCmoiao lroolltUonCmaAoo lrodimctlonCmcioo
Cmoiao Jan 7 1Gllbort Gilbert Porker P1fk r of ofLondon ofLandoD ofLondon
London author and Member > of Parliament Parliamentcondemned Pnrll4mentrondemnad Parliamentcondemned
condemned Iludyard Kipling last night Mr MrParker Mrlnrktr MrParker
Parker came to Chicago for the purpose purposeof
of being present at the reunion of his hisbrothers hIbrotho hisbrothers
brothers brothersI
1 have no criticism to make of Mr Kip Kiplings KlI KlIIIng8 Kiplogs ¬
lings poetry ho sold but I can speak of ofhis ofhis ofhis
his politics only in terms of unqualified uncfualiflodcondemnation unqu41lf1odcondemnation unqualifiedcondemnation
condemnation In this lost poem he gives givesutterance glvOtuttorance givesutterance
utterance to sentiments which affect the thewhole theholo timewhole
whole holo Empire In which blch of course he boa boaan hMan baaan
an enormous influence influenceTliero infuIIC11111pro InfluenceTharo
Tliero Is no justice or consistency oon lst noy In InMr InMr InMr
Mr Kiplings attitude For years ho has hasbeen hMOOl hasbeen
been OOl n tho friend and flatterer of the British Britisharmy DriUllh8rmv Britisharmy
army officer To whom does ho refer referwhen ruttrhnn referwhen
when hnn he sings In II of flannelled > 1 fools at the thewlckots thowlckell thewickets
wickets and than muddled oafs oa at the le goals11o goals goalsHo
Ho refers presumably to those who whohove whohave whohave
have been responsible for the conduct of ofaffairs orafaLr ofaffairs
affairs of tho war in South Africa Even Evenho Elnho Evenho
ho for pootlo effect cannot assert tliKt tliKtTommy tllllTommv thatTommy
Tommy Atkins has not done well that ho hoha4 huhall imoImas
hall not n t done what has ha been b n asked of him himHo himho
Ho is hitting at the odicura And the classes classesfrom cla classesfrom rI rIfrom
from which they am drawn What hiat an anattitude anatllllldll anattItude
attitude for the lie apostle of empire emlllrof emlllrofuthlt empireofathlttto of ofuthlitio
uthlitio uthlt 10 oiiiplro totaknl to tltkel Have lIa llavetimoofiloers llavetimoofiloersand ve tho officers officersand onloorllalld
and the nation lill Iit iou llll been all wrong If no why whyhas wtmyline h hhall
has Mr Kipling not said so 1101 Why did ho honot htnot henot
not begin to say so tin years ago Why Whydoes Whydot1l Vhydoes
does ho preach pft4 ch this now nowTlamiHlirti IIowl IIowlFlolln1id 110WFlniitmalled
TlamiHlirti fools at the wickets from fromtho tromth fromthe
the th man who wrote Tho Drums of th thai For Fornnd Forand Foreand
and Aft and an Thu Th Man Who ho Was WIUIfrom WIUIfromtho Vasfromtho from fromtho
tho fret Ttlt prenuher of dominant imporlallnml imporlallnmlYes
Yes Mr Kipling has produced n poetic poetloknsatlon potllonMtlon poeticsensation
sensation at the exM eZIn ezenee > nM of the truth Ho Hohas 110IlIA Hohitm
has hitm written hontMtly honII I belles but Incon Inconsistently Incon1IIttntl mooniaistently ¬
sistently 1IIttntl and without justice justicenrCTOirs justice11lWTOIlS justiceIECTOIIS
nrCTOirs l1t11DrlP VICTIM VICTIMTTic VICTIMHis
His Man He Killed In Oileajo Was Ta Prom Promnil 1mm11th
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CHICAGO Jan 7 7flll Tlm my mystery lry as a to th thIdentity ths thsidentity
Identity of tli tl tie holdup man who wan shot shotU4 eliotiijml
4111 U4 id kIlled by lu HU1I1I8 ne Jlwtor at t Twenty Twentyfirst Tml TwentyIket
first street and A 1111 Calumet uvenut un a f fn few w night nightwas nlltillaco
aco was rlfiired rH up today to day when hn a awho nmn nmnwho JlIIUIwbu
who refusal to iclv give lii lila haIfa Klentlfind Klentlfindthe 11tlf1dthe 14IIatltlSdtho
the illoil fUllllnll innti KM John Jul KraJt th t iia IMIII of t tanall n nman amaim
man who llv lives a MI < I llro IIrIIII > w Mi etlSt t New NewYoik NI NIurk PW PWYcik
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CAROLINA TO FIGHT TRUSTS TRUSTSTHE
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THE PALMETTO 1Hl1 l TTO STATE STt T E HAS A AIIROADSIDE A1IWHJSllm
IIROADSIDE RKAltY RKAltYThe 1mtl 1mtlI1Ie IE IEThe
The Attorneyficnrral A Will A Ak ok k th the LeRt LeRtlature JeKtlalllrl i iiatnrt
lature to Pans A Law In lleslrlrtlnt Doth Doth1orrlEn liothForcign oth othIlorrl
1orrlEn Ilorrl n and Ilnniei Uornrllo > tlo Corporation CorporationCOLUMN tlrporallonCOLUIIIU erporationsCotuanut
COLUMN A S C Jon 7 7Tho The fight tlAbtngnlnat tlAbtngnlnattrlls against ogolnittrustsmonopolies againsttrlists
trustsmonopolies trlls trlists rnontJ mnonopollcs > IIR nnd improper com combinations comhlratoll8 ¬ lji ljiblratogme
binations of capital will 111 bo waged lilted vigor vigorously vlgoroU61ylll ¬ tj L Lously
ously oU61ylll in thin Legislature that meets on Jan JanU
14 At its lost Mflidon M lolI the legislature re requested requeBlod ¬ c cquested
quested AttorneyGeneral AttorneyOeneralle1lnJer Idllngcr to lays Inrestlgato InTNtlentl j 4 4tigate
tlgato trusts Iru lJI examine laws for their control controland conbolIUld controlmmd
and make a report recommending amend amendments amendmell ¬ i iinertia
inertia mell l to tho law necessary nlCC1r to give the State Statecontrol Btatecontrol Statcontrol
control of foreign forel1J11 on well rll ns domestic dome llc cor corporations oorporallollll corporatinne ¬
porations doing business bu lnlAA In South Carolina CarolinaMr CnroUnaNr I IMr
Mr Bellinger will 111 make numerous sug suggestions IIIIgpelltons augestioima ¬
gestions estioima for legislation legl lllt1ol1 better to control controldomestic controlcJornltlUo ufl ufldometio
domestic corporation Their charters chartershal chartorllhoU chartersshall
shall hal pet out fully the business hUllhl H thy propose proposeengaging propo88engnglng proposeengaging
engaging in and allello to that they xhnll ho con confined contIned confined ¬
fined Every Evcryprovpcetuefororganizationand profr profrcct ctunfororgnnlzatlon UM foror anlzatlon and andpromotion andpromotion J Jpromotion
promotion shall bo no t spoclfio fl OCWO > as to certain certaindetails certaJndelall j4 j4letahis
details as to prevent misrcprowntntlon to toor tDor i ior
or deception of prospective shareholders shareholdersTli I IT1a
Tli Ti powers shall bo confined to such suchas I Ias
as aro aroneceMaaryorconvenlent necessary ntCcRIIu or convenient for forthetrane the trans transaction uanacllon ¬ a if
action of tho designated business Only Onlydeals Onl Onldoal8 ha hadeals
deals In real property as pertains perlal to the theconduct theconducl 1 1conluct
conduct of tho business ore to bo permitted permittedThey permittedTheyaro t tTheyaro
They Theyaro ore prohibited itohibItedfrorn from owning ordeal ordealIng or ordeallag deal dealIng
Ing In IlIlItoclt stock of other corporations forming formingcopartnerships formingcopllrtnorllhlplI formingcopnrtnersliips
copartnerships with other corporations corporationscompanies corporationscompanlllI
companies or persons entering into any anycontract anycontract J I Icontract
contract with any 1111 other corporntlonwhercby corporntlonwhercbytho
tho price to bo paid or received for any anycommodity anycommodity anycomimmodity
commodity or material bought or sold by bythem bythem P Pthem
them from or to another is determined or orregulated orrtgulattd 1 1regulated
regulated purchasing tho plants and andphysical ondphyeloal I Iphyeioal
physical properties of competing corpor corporations corperUllOM corporations ¬
ations or companies without tho consent consentof con ent entof
of the Legislature Le lslalure belling any an part of this thiscapital thlecapital is iscapital
capital stock to other corporations or orlaying orpoylng tui tuipaying
laying dividends upon any an such stock stockleld etockheld I I Iheld
held by other corporations selling or ormortgaging ormorlJtnglng T Ii Iimortgaging
mortgaging franchise franchiseAnnually franrhlecAnnually I IAnnually
Annually or scmlannually they shall shallreport shaUnoport shallreport
report to tho Secretary of Stato thn amount amountof 1 1of
of capital capltuilltock stock and the proportion issued issuedpersons ill8Uodtho 1I I Ithe
the amount of debts and assets j < t8 n list of al alptrsOllS elfpersons
persons who aro stockholders with with th their theirplaces theirplattR
places of residence and the amount of ofblock ofbtock e estock
block held by each this report to be sub subwitlsfy flUbj i e eject
j ject t 10 In Inspection poctlon DY y those persons who whoMllsfy P Psatisfy
satisfy the Secretary of State of their in interest toterp8t ¬ I Iterest
terest in tho corporation All charters chartersshall charterIhall 4 4shall
shall have a timelimit timelimitAs I IAs
As 8 to foreign corporations Mr BfUInger BfUIngersays tk11IngerMYII m msays
says That every every such corporation having havingon I Ifin
on offloo in this ntato should bo required to tokeep tokeep tokeep
keep therein a stock book giving full in information Informtlon ¬ a 4 4formation
formation ns to stockholders their ref residence refdenou < ¬ i idencu
dence holdings time of acquiring stock and andamount andamount andamount
amount paid thereon such book to ho open opento opento opento
to Interested persons Iereoosat at all nllllmcs times Ho adds addsTho addfiTho I ITho
Tho moot fruitful source of harmful harmfulcombinations harmfulcombinations pa pacombinations
combinations and trusts are corporations corporationschartered rorpqratJonllchartArod corporationschartered
chartered In certain States 8 notably New NewJersey NewJOrM 1 ft ftJersey
Jersey JOrM tor or the purpose of doing business businessand buRlnt1I8and
and purchasing properties l of other corpora corporations corporsI corporationa ¬ I V
tions elsewhere Such tramp corpora corporations corporatlo ¬ I Itione
I tions tlo are A nuisance and menace mena to the thacontrol th thcontrol thecontrol
control by the tb Stato over the property and andwell andwell 4 1 1well
well beIng of tim Commonwealth No Noforeign Noforeign Noforeign
foreign corporation whoso chartered pur purposo purpOlIO putpolo ¬
pOlIO is to buy own or control property propertyor
or stock of another corporation shall bo bopermitted boptrmlltod bepermitted
permitted to have a domicile or own prop property property propcity ¬
erty in this Stato No foreign corporation corporationshall corporationshall
shall be permitted directly llwcll or Indirectly Indirectlyto i I Ito
to buy buyer or control cont rol nny an nnvpropertyin property In this t his State Stateor I Ior
or shares of stock tot It of a company chartered charteredby Iarter Iarterb ri riby
I by b or doing doln business In this State StateProvision Htnt HtntInn1810n Fitatlrovislon
Provision Is madn for Ixpedltiowly with withdrawing II1thdrat ¬ a t tdrawing
drawing drat > ng tho consent of time State to foreign foreigncorporations foreigncorporations
corporations doing tloln lnu hUltin lewinoeaa ineM In the States Stateswhono StstMhOl I Iwlime
I whono hOl methods aro rxniMdrred JII IfrO1 Inimical InimicalComplete InlmlCllCornrlt inimtcalComplete
Complete protection mrntactlon from t rusts nJ tll the theMtornoyC theAtlomor theAttorney
Attorney wrul tells tin legislature legislaturerun 1Igl l4ture l4tureron
run bo had only through Congress But But1m DutIII Butlam
1m cannot appreciate the fore of the theroil tborolltrlltlnn thecaintrimtlon
rolltrlltlnn roil trillion tint nn amendment to the Con Constitution Con11l1l1on Conttttition ¬
stitution of the Inltud nlttod Ktatrw giving larger largerpower largertO
power 1 lI to Congrc C III It rc > s In I tix nxcq4sary IJrNIollr Mtary before Imfornfurther hororltlrthr beforefuirtlmr
further legislation Ip I llIlIolI can 1 Isa > had for the ht rra rraMin rl6tllI risloll
Min tllI that Htate fHnl ar a are prohibited from regu regulating relulallllit reguhating ¬
lating in lilly manner whatever Mm u tie Impor Importation hnporllIlinn linportntirn ¬
tation and snlo lu within llhllllllojr their hord borlrs rH of goods goodsprixjr K goodspmodwai odJ odJh
prixjr pmodwai l by h foreign oorponitions OIlrJ > lIhClM only onlyiMvauxfl onlrt onlylssstme
iMvauxfl t II by mplicutlon Irnpll Utlon < tint II lltlur Jsemer IHIMIT given n to tofiiinitwt 10lIltrc totigtvas
fiiinitwt lIltrc tigtvas to regulali furh lIrh Intirotate oem oomin 110mfIIrllI oemnraft
in fIIrllI < rc deprlviw 11l > rlI thn tie Stat Htate of all such rejru rejruIniKHi reguinltn
IniKHi IniKHiIn 111111hI inltniii
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