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TH THE SUN WEDNESDAY Y DECEMBER 17 1902 h
In objecting firmly nnd determinedly tc tcanything 10 I IInythlnl
anything that wouM ollitt result re lIlt to our owr owrdetriment ont ow owclptrirnent
t detriment mid such a condition In Ven Venozuela pn entzua i ii
tzua ozuela would OIlkt result In detriment d lrl1l1l1I1 to tin tinUnited thoUllltP
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United l States StatesIt HlnllJ
It a nation l If 10 o poor that to onforct onforctcertain fnforce
f certain rolll demand dllalel would destroy ch dtro lru i 1llulp 1llulpdncn < s Indepon Indepondonco
donco wo HUM 1111 lnt InllrfHu rf ro If I w n know klOw k now tin tinattack III tInattack
attack Ittck ix I mado under mlllr tlui I o pret prehIl pretiuet > nci > of If getllni getllnipossession 11111I 11111IIt gt I Ing
possession It of territory lerrlury wit WIII must I interfere interfereIn 111rlI 111rlIIllyolllllul
In Illyolllllul my opinion Ixith lolh I i these Ih t I I Power Iotr trs tiliouli tilioulihave lllle iots1 I Ihave
hl have It brought hrolllht homo hUI to thorn 1IIIm that IUt tlie tlieinunt 11 11mll tiiy
inunt mll arbitrate arbiralI and nUl I helluva any alY pour pourwould 1lIrt 1lIrtwould
would consider Ihler tho dumaII damage Inflicted 1lllchd upon upoiVenezuela IpOI uponlenezu4a
Venezuela lnlzuln an al an ni 7R offer olI1 fftt against Ulldlt tlio Ihl dulini dulininow daln dalnDO lLA1Ifl
now DO being blnl pressed pressedThe
The lh establishment 1llhlIII11 of If n I blotkmr 11 klk kI ili ti tian II IIan t
an act Ict of war nr and nld pneiil prlII tint I I ho couitrlc couitrlcestablishing com1 rlll rlll11IIIRhlnl rk
establishing 11IIIRhlnl it I from frol collecting IIIlln the Ih v vq 1 rj rjrevenues ryrvenup ry ryrvenus
revenues rvenup they fay IIY ay they Ihe wish wlh to o collect collectIf 111 111I
If an American down then thenwith IIIPnwih
I any Aml1cnn sldppor KOOS 10 got loWI
with wih 1t ii i i load of f Amcrlciui Alwrllull goods 1011 gi oth4 hu 11 would wouldas oulcl oulclaO
aO a as a citizen cllln of n I t friendly frlllel Iawi 11 r huvn hl tin tinright I he hellht
right llht ti t 1 enter IIIr tho harbor jay 11 the lil dutlf dutlfestablished Iute IuteClnLl
established ClnLl hed by law and ull sell 1 hl uargo uargoIf larlo larloI
If I 3v V Y ship hip of this I thl hil blockading llokndlnj flol flolwere fot fotwpm
wpm to dro fr a phot pllt at him thorn would bt bttrouble betroubio
trouble trolble Ve cannot Rllot recognize rfo I7 this th block blockode hlok hlokoe
ode oe to do in HO 10 would wOIII IMI x > to Ii locogtilzt 1 oll7t ti tistate a I
state tte of war and Ild Unit Ihlt w Wt i cnn 01 never vlr n rol tog og ognl I InI7
nl nI7 Theo Thf three thl act Icl firing fin on Oi the be forts fortsfinking furll
finking tho thl th ship hip IIiIs and Me establishing 1lnLI hlll the theblockade I tb tbblockndn hi hiblokadp
blockade blokadp am 1m atM Iwl of overt war and nne Indi Indicate Inl iridiate ¬
cate ate hostilities hOtlllf Hint thll no 10 American Allrllal oitlxnn oitlxnncan dt7f1 itLMI
can an or will wi recognize recognizeSEVATOn Rni7e Rni7eSEuTon
SEVATOn SEuTon 1IOAK llAI PORK OrK NOT OT THINK TISI MONIIOH MONIIOHDOCTRINE MONROXIOcT8Iflt OSIO OSIODOCRINE
DOCTRINE DOCRINE UAH BKKN IU aEE VIOLATED IOIAED AH YKT YKTSenator 11 yITSanator
Senator Snator Hoar loar agreed l iigri nId vd In II tho main 1111 with withwhat withwhat lh lhwhnt
what Mr Ir Teller Tllr said but blt deplored agItation ngltatforat litnlul litnlulat
at the t be present prr11 lime Ihll Ito 10 Mild lel tho tll President Presidentwan Pn hlII hlIIwnR
wan wn a strong Itwnl limn Iln urn surrounded by able ohll conn connhellom counl1ora UI
hellom lorR l1ora and Ild could cOlle bodepended LdIlule upon UpOI to guard guardcarefully Kuanlcrefuly
carefully crefuly refuIly Amerfcnn Anwrkl Interest Inll intrf stM IH He II ll did IJI not notthink 11 11tlnk IIItthink
think tlnk cither elhlr ireal Britain lrlnll or Oermany GIIRI had hadviolated tU11 tU11volltld hintviolated
violated volltld tho 111 Monruo Ionro Doctrine Do lrlno UH al yet tl but butbe blt bltbe hutbe
be admitted sdmltld thnt thlt they might mllht do HO HOMr 1 1ro soMr
Mr ro Hoar loAr i nid Nhl > tho II tit pr ptlt prtscnt i ent instance InIIUl em emphasized 10 tnuphuaJzed ¬
phasized pha 7pd the Ihl danger dUIKf that might mllht come rre from fromalliances froll frollaUan miii miiiailtancea
alliances aUan R between hetI1 European uropal Towers IoWlrM in their theirdemands Ihlirdfmand thIrlemandi
demands dfmand upon ufn the nations nallol of this Ihl oontl oontloent ountiaent 1111 1111Dent
Dent
DentSTEWAT
STEWART STEWAT BEFB fEER DANOEIl AHEAD AIRAD yon tH tHMr rsMr riLMr
Mr Stewart Hlfwlrt mado IAII a short hor but vigorous vigoroustpeech v1lorouI
tpeech fph lie Il declared eldaml that tllt our olr possession possessionin po t loll
in II tho Ih t hi Knot It had aroused arolld tho Ih t lie jealousy of ofEtirofwan ofEuroppan ofEuropean
European Power IU1f ami RIll alit tlio til tlmo 1110 tIn would wouldcotno wUllcl wUllclOne wouldcome
come One when they Ihl1 would wOllel comblno orhhl against againstthe 1111nl 1111nlth againstthur
the th Unitrd Ullll States HIIII1 an 01 they tll wero now com combining COl ¬
bining LllDI against t Venezuela VenezuelaHo lnlllla lnllllaHo
Ho HOW in I this thll the Ih l tsson > on that tho thl United UnitedStates Unlfl Unlfl8taiM LTnticIBtatei
States hould IhOlld Incrwum h < its I navy 11 vy and Ild add addto alhlto adulto
to its coast ooa t fortifications furlitetons no fO an al to bo boprepared h hpnpn Is Ispteparixl
prepared when wh n that thll combination combilallol liogan Illal
It pnpn 11 attaik aUlek The Thl United V ll I State 8111 cmill 001 not nothope 101 101hop
hope hop to t tocompote compote OomPle wit wi with h t the ho sea la power of threat ClreatBritain Urlal UrlalBrtll threatBritain
Britain Brtll in one or two I o years VII ycsir hut the tl time timeto timeto
to begin hlln was WI the thl present pl t and Ane ho h expressid expressidtho tme tmeto
tho hope bop that the appropriation appropriaton for or the thenavy Ih IhDav tinanvy
navy Dav would IMJ commensurate < OIUIIRlrlo with wih th thdemands 111 thudemands
demands demdl the future fullrc might ml hl make laku upon IpUI that thatarm Ihnla
of the national defence defenceIUCON
arm a 11 nallolnl dllnco dllnconACO
IUCON CALM CU1 IT AN A orjTRAOK orjTRAOKMr 00TRmMr
Mr Bacon J lrn Democratic Drocrllc monil Ilmllr ioeuuihr > er of the thoCommittee thl
Committee Comltl on Foreign l Relation nlltloll declared declaredthat dlnrdIhnl
that the thl offer oflr of arbitration arhlrllol was wal uau the th only cII cIIthlnl
thing thlnl that Ihll prevented prlntl him from from publicly Jllhlcy
declaring dtllrlll hi hil huts feeling fln < t II at t the Ih outrage oUlrnl that thathad thulhad thathad
had boon I prepetrnted preplrte against nIRII1 Venezuela VenezuelaIf I1ula I1ulaI
If I Germany accepted nmlptl that offer ofr it I would wouldchow ould
chow that die sit h had hacilo no ulterior ullror designs IIt M If Ifnot I
g not then Ih1 this Ihll t his Government nUlrnllnl should Ihoul act actpromptly actpromplly ac acpromptly
promptly and ant declare that the Monroe MonroeDoctrino ronrl <
Doctrino Delrtln prevented and ant prohibited rohlbld the tl acu acuthat ncl ncltmt nctu4that
that tmt had 11ll tscn wen committed omrltl and would forbid forbidBuch forlit forbIdsuch
such conduct rnduct In II the future futureHo fulln fullnH futureHe
Ho H disclaimed dlslllnd any Al aii Intention IltlItOI as al did dl Mr MrTeller Ir Irolfr
Teller olfr of criticising crlloi n th IhA Administration A Administ rlnllrllon rat < Ion
but wild ho hoped hopd nothing would wOllr < bo ht left leftundone Ifl Ifluneon iftundone
undone uneon to MOW Europe that l1nl tho th United UnitedStates Unll Unlte1States
Hlatt States would not lol tolerate tolml such uch dealings dlalll as <
t had been Lln Indulged IndullIdln in by these tlll two t wo Powers PowersCtJLLOM 10ln
CtJLLOM CULM DEPIX DFPLRI8 DEPLORES > BE8 DIRCCRSIOM DIRCCRSIOMSenator DISCtISIO DISCtISIOSntor DIN CVSSIO1
Senator Sntor Cullom Culom chalnnan calnnl of the Ih Com Commtttefl Commltt Cornmtttp
mtttefl mltt on 01 Foreign nrllln Affair II deplored doploff1 a dis discussion dbollon discuission ¬
cussion ollon at It this Ibl tIme tml The 11 whole matter matterwould rntlr rntlrould
would ould In duo rlu time tl bo l laid before hrfol the 1 Senate SenateMinister Snlll SentpMinlater
Minister IDIllr Bowen Bowe had hld been tJn asked for a afull atul afull
full tul report rport of what had IHCII I 11 I done emll tIoii and andwhen nndwhpn
when that ani antwpr antwer wer arrived arrd it would woult bo h b sub submitted subinhtinut ul ¬
mitted Inllll to tho Senate StIIII Ho II read rlad the car correspondence cr ¬
11 I respondence rlAIIIIInre referred fffrt to by h Mr Ir Teller and andelaborated IHI antip
p elaborated Ia Irlll upon the tlf assurances lunl < given 1lI by
flcrmany stating it I to be hil his > IH opinion that thntno Ihnlno thatrun
no acts al ronimltted crmllll BO tu far had violated lolall the thoMonroo IholonrO theMonroe
Monroe lonrO Doctrin DoctrinTho DoctrlTho DotrtuiTue
Tho propoltloa propollon for arbitration arbirton seemed seemedto Imll Imllto
to him to tl offer ofr or a hiitisfactorv NIIIfICIIlV totutlon olllon of ofthe ofIhe ofthe
the matter mltlr and 11 ho believod Lf1f1 this th1 proportion proportionwould proposItionwould
would wolid 1 IH Acceptetl by lr both litrlnl iermnuy trrnauuy and
Great Britain BritainLonar TnlAln TnlAlnLOF BritainLonfil
Lonar LOF STANDS rp VI Fon ORKAT IIRITAIN IIRITAINDuring IIRllI IIRllII IiRtrAIDuritig
During Dlrhll thn course culO of Mr M Ir r TellorV ilie lor ms re remarkx memarks
marks rrk when ho h was WI accusing alll ll inat nll rettt Britain Britainand Irllnln Irllnlnand Britainand ro rorrk
I and Germany ormlYJf of tf vlokitlni vlolalDI tlio tl Monroe Iunro
Doctrino Doctrlll Mr Ir lr lp Igt > Interjfctid IlIhriolt tho Ih Mato Matomont slut slutmont llh llhmont
mont that n Mio ho Ilritish Iri h Houo hfoui of
I Lords Lrtl lAtil I insdowno lnldon had tixclflcally Inl
declared rpolrml tint 11 lt Uio ll Monroo Doctrino Uolrhw Iclfrly wa waupheld wetupheld
upheld uphlJl by 1al I inat Britain Irlllll and 1111 Mr lr Uoilgo Uoilgosaid Iodlo IodloMid loIgtsaid Wil
said this did cld not 10t look IM 11 if that I Power Iuwr wus wusseeking WI wuoticeking >
seeking to go counter cllltlr to that Ihll I hunt doctrine doctrineCO doctrineALTI1
CO 0 ACTION AlIS ALTI1 TAKKN TAKKNNo TAIUSSO TAtI TAtISo
SO notion of any kind khll wan wa taken Ilkn anti the thoRUbJect thesubjcvt
RUbJect mLjlt was 118 permitted prllth1 to drop by h common commoncorusent llrun llrunclnt Iln IlnmLjlt
consent corusentTO clnt clntTO consentTO
TO mIlK ion 1 IIt 111 t iniiTitrio iniiTitrioCablnrt lISITILtTIOCabinet Ttt 1 1ablnt
Cabinet > llcrlslnn nllhlll 11 art < m tlio III tIi Venciielan VenciielanSituation lnlllllll ene7uiclanSI
Situation SituationWASHIKOTON SI1 SI I tin IIuui IIuuiWASnINOTON
tln tlnWAsnUITs
WASHIKOTON WAsnUITs Dec D inA ItA long 101 I discussion discussionof elclllon elclllonot
of tho Venezuelan lnIZllnn situation llallol by Iy the til Presi President PrI PrIdtnl lrtIdnt ¬
dent dtnl and all his hi Cabinet luhlllt nt II their t regular fJlllr meet meetIng metIng irteutlag
Ing today resulted nlllell In thin I hI decision tlIlol that I up upto upto
to this thll time 11mI t nothing lolhll not Lung had hle been hll done efJ by h tho thoEuropean Ih IhElrnJan t lie lieEumnpenn
European ElrnJan nlllon alI which required fCllrIIIIY any repro reproMentations rlpro rlproenlntnl reprolentatluns
Mentations enlntnl to them Ih1 or other action allol by I the theiovcrnrnMit Ihl theIs
Is GOVlmm11 iovcrnrnMit of tho United t11ld States StatesTho Hlnhl StatesThe
The President Prl ldlt nnd alel his hi ndvUere odvl el agreed agreedthat alr1 alr1thlt agreedthat
that thlt the bet hCll policy poley of the Ciovernment Ciovernmentwas OOIrlnlnt OOIrlnlntal
was al to maintain mailltnil it I its position pollol of absolute absoluteneutrality alolute alolutenulrlly aleolutneutrality
neutrality nulrlly but to endeavor Illlaor without wllholl going goingcontrmy goingcntrl gobn gobncontmuty
contrmy cntrl to its Il neutrality nelirally to bring hrlnl about aboutan nLou nLouan aboutan
an cii Ii ntinent of the Venezuelan onl1lllol trouble troublethrough trolhll trotihicthrough
through thrugh a submission of the polntu polnll at Isstio Isstioto 111 Itsti Itstito
to arbitration arbitrationPROMPT arLltrnllonrROm arbitrationrnotir
PROMPT ACT10V ACtm ciio WltrN WIrS STKPm STKPmIn IEI EEPrDIn O
In 1 vlow vln of th I conclusion olchlII1 cached I < 9 < Id nt tho thoCabinet IheCablnel thtCabinet
Cabinet meeting 11llnl It I U I not 101 in II tiny I degree degreoUkoly dl degreelikely rl
I likely that the thImlnlanco continuance by h I CrlJlncl ierminy ruIaru and andEngland I IEzugland
England 111111 < of If warlike Mik tixasures InUf asuires prior to a adeclaration ndelarton n ndeclaration
declaration delarton of war will wi lii call 11 for any Iny rrpre rrpretcntntloiiH rtlr1 rrprrsentatlons
tcntntloiiH Hntallol to those Ihl Onrtllll loverntncnts If I how however howlr howover ¬
ever lr this Administration AIIIIIIlrlol feels cnlKI lI1 upon uponto Ipon Iponto uporto
to aot It will wi do 10 HO IU In II an 11 etnphat 1111111 ic p nd ld posit Ivo Ivot iv iva
t thins tldtlHTbL Unl thinsThutq manner mnllr that hii will wlltC heave no 10 doubt of its II Intvn IntvntldtlH Iilm Inteuuthins
TbL position pOlhlon may aa possibly llhly l ie iecharer 0 mndrt mndrtclaror Inl Inlcl
claror cl rr by ly Ute tIG Htntenmnt lnl1111 To thaI t tho I hn Precldent Prl hmeItteuu11eIt lcllt
beR Uettt 1eIt thai t ht Iue lu II ihn I hl hii Veneuelaii I IIIII affair alR affa Ir thin thinjvptnmout t hi hiVfltllt his hisV
jvptnmout Vfltllt V nuneuut should tllll I obwirve Uin I lie rul ril miii > that t
lwkattt he tjll tjei > i while whie living 1111J11 In the tl West WI vhich vhichwan vhll vhk hi hiuas i
wan hunt t a miiii 11 II eu should sI lllltltHr inuki novir ute r draw d ruiv a i pistol pistoloxeept pitol i Li Liuxept
oxeept when whl1 ho t Intends llllel to shoot shootIn shootI hootII
In II I n conclmiliitf cOldudlll to II i ijtuou uoii lu > rtiu I 11 selzuro Ihmr ond ondninliing 0111 0111Ijllln ii ii iit
t ninliing Ijllln t of ViMio7iieni S iuuzuli I7ulI a Mhi hil h > and a titi tho bom bomlardimiit bur
lardimiit l rtrln I of Puerto Iurln uiert 0 tnMlo Cuh II I utihut Jo frter ilt Itir Oerniany Oernianyun1 Omlll lruiiuul lruiiuulIMI
un1 11111111811 IMI England bad hnIIIln given tl < h het United lnUIfl Unit rr i I State us to toundorMmd 10ullent111
1 undorMmd ullent111 that wirliko mlku meisuaH 11lrl worn wornnot Irt Irtd1 r rlul
d1 not lul contemplated in the coercion of tho thoSouth Iho8ul1 thu
1 South 8ul1 American AmNllal republic fpublo the Iorcul Pnsldent In Ihlelt and nnl antis
s his hl lul udviseri vlr prociodcd prololecl on 01 th t thu h s prlnclpln prlnclplnthat priuutilphtthat
that lids 1111 jovifrnmenl Ovlnllt as n neutral nUllr rrllcPln rrllcPlnthat had hallu halluCollrlll no noconcern iii iiiconcern
concern Collrlll In thu hit quarroU qlarrlt of sovunilgn ov111 StatvK
Only Onl In tho th event omt of danger dnlier that tile 110 Monroe MonroeDoctrino lolf loiirocDoctrine
Doctrine Dolrlne may b 1 be violated vhlnlI UI an al affront Ilront to totho 10Iho tcthu
tho thu American tlovemment I
Amlrlo11 10IIUII or Interior Interioriiioa 111Ir 111IrIloe Intururu
u iiioa Iloe lO6 with 1th AtiiMricaii Altrkau commorco lOIIQloreo la blo hefo1t > fou war
ba bu boon declared Is I
ba on dwr II It likely Ikll according nCrllnl
to prooent pnnt plans plIIS to take tak action that may IIIY iris
j have soriouH roU consquenees consqueneesI mn llqIOnl quence quenceAH
I AH A on Ol ens official or11ell1 of nutlonil natonal prominence prominenceput prOmlnllCI rominncsI
I put It after afpr tho fSiblnet hlll meeting 111IIIR There Therewill liiercwill tltro tltrowJ
will wJ ho h no flrnwofkii frlwolk lnoi kLi but thU thl liovornment liovornmentwill ovimnnuent ovimnnuentwill
will 11 make makt Its Il purpoto trpose rpu u nnU cllt wlnheH wltwi s isht s clear Iur rt rtflu 11 11sD a asu
flu sD stages lt ll and thorn thol will wil b bu no doubt Ioull in inany II itmv
any an mv mind mlnln8 us to our intentions intentionsHe Inlelton
He said Iald also alto In II tie nuamtmo nwnmlnc then thenwill tllPnwil thenwill
will wil b if 111 un olllclnl o fd I or tumloMIial 111nljnl t htnto htntorrentH httC 511th 511thnents
rrentH renll Intended Intlndd merely 1wly im I hints hlllR to tho Ih hut
Powers IOWPI conceruod rncrtld in II thin prtttmt prlnll resuit contro controversy conlrotIY controversy ¬
versy versyTho versyThe tIY tIYTho
Tho Cabinet Ch1net meeting mltnl lasted laRlf nearly narly two
hours houl and nil ni except oxcpt ezcep tho Iant Wl fifteen tlen min mlnutea minUled mliiutes
utea of t thltitno Ultimo Ut0 won wA devoted doote to dUcusalon dlscUlon I Is
s s
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of o f the troubles troublOln In Venexuela enerlela with wih reference referencto rflrno
to t o their relation rlallon to the United States StatesHTKJri Blatts BlattsHHI
HTKJri HHI TO O IIH1NU IINO AUOUT AIOUT AIIUITHATION AIIUITHATIONUH AIIITIATIOJ
UH IHI Ittui > ii iviching whln the State SUII Stat Dxirtnirnt Dxirtnirntfrom VIrlt lt
from frt1 f rom IhoOdilnet Ihll Cihihuict < 11111 room Stflr Secretary of Sink SinkHay RWloIn
Hay In 1 ha ImiiuiliattOy ImIIIlJ sot I about thus th preparation preparationof prlparlon
of If 4 ii Instructions InlrItol I ash ructtcuiis to lh Iho I lie UnitetlStiitetAiibi UnitetlStiitetAiibisailors uilti iiteitii AuuUi
I sailors s ador in Ir London Lndon and aol Berlin Ikrln to request rul in inliiiniiHllale tin tintutu I
liiiniiHllale Illtlal I sI tutu uuthI t answer IIWlr of the II t lit OfmlPII i ii < ivernm nont nt In Inhlch 10I
hlch hllh hit I u thcv tl t hit nnaxrelllel n an a Mut1lt II e 1 to l It th t hi nrbllratlon nrbllratlonTip IHlllrtfn IHlllrtfnJ a ml ii t rat I in
I J I Tip i ijuisel > o nl I nilrtiMej til ptih r tul 1 to t o them 1111 t by h Pi Pldlt Pldlteltro esidelit esidelitatro den1 den1Castro
Castro eltro atro through the Ih United Ulitl Stutth Slul MinUtei MinUteiut II r rnll
ut Iniiiruhuiu t nll Ruin d Ii ll too tlioStlito III t lie Hlh DiiwfliiKlil DiiwfliiKlilIhis 1111 I Iflits
flits 111 Wil WHO the llrsl tr t step in II tlu tt determina determination deltrllna ¬
011
tion 1101 i of the Pn 11 sliJent ld1III and the 111 0ibinet C1hhllt to un undcivor Il
dcivor i INIor to bring Irjl abuiit oluu an In ainoabl allbl adjust adjustiiient Idjl
iiient IInt of f Iho Ih i ii P1 pitMnt CMflt dIOIciilt dlnllnl I lfBcItlt3 through Ihro1g11 I hirou ugh an annrbitrdtioiitriiiuni 11 ciii
nrbitrdtioiitriiiuni II i i fbi I bIt mlol ration t nIUI1 rittiuiul The proposal IrultN1 rrol susah of tf Presi President ¬
dent et ill ut Castro lIUlr wiw ii not 101 imlorsed ludur1 by b thi tiibt 00 0011111lt ov ovrniMniit
11111lt rniMniit rui ii ituit but it will wii vll I b lie i char c lear to Ctniuiny C i eruiiany rul111 rul111IIIIInll and andKiiKlnnd
KiiKlnnd IIIIInll I from the thu character < tlr of the thl request requestthat
that i the Unltwl 11111 States HIhl ttits luru will i boKrutitled blIIIIII1 ti grutithttI if the thupronobal llt
proposal Is ui aclI aclIIr ueptiti ueptitiMr tiIltntiMr
prpll Mr Ir Hay HUsjuMidod 11 > the preparation Illnratlol of olthese ofIt
JIY 11111
these It t he der desiiatchws > atchui long 1011 enough loulh to receivi receiviSlgnor rlliI rlliI1llICr
1llICr Slgnor IMmondo Iclloldo Meyer II or deit d Jlunches Jlunchesthe Jlalchl
the It t he Italimi Inlll Amlnssauor who ho CUIIID IUI tn tnnotify 10lolf
notify lolf n him Ill that Illlt Alh1tor tho II iovertunent UUcrunnt of Italy Inly Inlyluul Italytuuti
hud h tuuti ditennlneU uIIIlnhJ di ta I join with knnanvand knnanv hrtnanynil nman nmanIle
and Ile I nil Knglund JIIIIIII In II the tht t lie application allllllol appileat Ion of coercive coercivemeasures ChI ChI11ln vu vuuiCtsUres
measures II 11ln I toward Venezuela 117llla The state statement stateuiptit Iall ¬
ment 11111 i of tho I lie Italian 11111 thu lhutn Ambassador AIIJaAdlr caused causedMr ouc
Mr Ir Hay la to tl send 11 a message IItgo to tl the Ilp United UnitedStates UIII1 UIII1Si IJiittut4t
States Si t 4t at es Ambassador A mhldor nil inssaulor nt II haute HimI directing dlldhll dIrect tug him himli hll hi lot
li t bring brhll President Inlcnt CastroV Unit < ot ro mus arbitration arbitrationKurposal arLit ralol rat tori
Kurposal ltqe1 l to the llo attention RIII ot tlio th Italian Italianovernmint lalll
Olrllli overnmint and 11c to t o request rttltiI 111 st that an al answei answeibo allr allrI uiewcriii
bo I iii given 111 gi uI I as II soon tll a flt possIble powtlhloAs fOlbl possIble1IIqtKTIooVhi1ACKALIt
11 1IIqtKTIooVhi1ACKALIt Ql KTOS 01 ICKAII
As Al a I rrbUltxof rlbllof inquiry Inlllr tha Iht I lie Government Oovernmenthas Goprlmlnl GoprlmlnlImMlsllal1
has ImMlsllal1 h ut ascertained that I hat the t h lii wirureof slurt Izun of Venezue Venezuelan VtItZI CfitZuut CfitZuutan ¬
lan lal I an war wlr vessels ut II I IM1 i UUanllt luayta and tho bom boml hur
l atdment IIIIIlt > of tho I h fort fUIl1 forts ut II Puerto CuMlc CuMlcwere CIIHlo CIIHlow
were w undertaken 11rlak1 uuuiuhurt akeut by I tho Iht t he allies all prior ror to t a a adeclaration ndlllfllol adeclaration
declaration dlllfllol of ff blockade 1Iocklee of either Ii itlier Ir place placeIn pilr
In II I ii fuel fllt neither 1lllr tWit her lrIIU ieriniuiv nor lor England Elglanl has hasvet hu hunt ticsYet
vet declared IIPw1 that a 1 blockade hllkade oxUttt Ixlbll at lt any IIY IIYI7ulal allyVinzticlsui
Venezuelan I7ulal port por and al I thu lll t lie authorities Ilulhorltl nut hiorlt hs here hereare tlrl tlrlIn Itemsart
are In convinced 1 IluCII probably lrbaLI by official advicec adviceciecolv mlvlC
iecolv I tII celvil i Irom Irul I rout abroad ruad tiuit Illt I hid the II t lie allies 11 cannotagree cannot Cllnot CllnotIlnI
agree u igri oiiu oi out I a plan Ilan of action allolln in tlibiwpoct tlibiwpoctTho this rlloI rlloITi uslsct uslsctlhi
IlnI Tho Ti lhi lovernment Cprlnt Intends Illlmi to adhero adh to t o Its Itsdecision IR IRdd itsdclsioui
decision dd ixcognlzo blockade blockadeor
lol not lot to 1IgIIZI u piace 1IC LIUkldli
or a blockade blwkult preceding pldllg a declaration dpnrltlol of ofwar 0 0ar 01 01ar
war ar as al applicable 811lkallo to tl American Allrkul ships tJilpsShould shipsi4hitutitd hlpl
Should Sholid the Rod f1 I 1 Line 1111 steamer lllllr Caracas Caracasreach lamnll lamnllrudl Caracasreach
reach La l Cu1ra Gunyra luayra before Ilor lermany erlal and andEngland antiEngland
England declaro dlellu a blockade there Ihl will willprobably wil wilIrbllly willhrobahly
1111111
probably Irbllly be I no 10 attempt ntflpt to prevent 1lnt Mr Mrfrom hfr hfrfrul liurrunt
from frul runt entering IIfrhll nnd ulli the I tn seizure flzlr issue 111 pl hi hisniittd ire iresented
sented llld by tho 1111tll attitude of tio United Ulled sjtate Ilal > i inuld
nuld thus IlluI1 be avoided avoidedIt umld umldI
nad It I was 11A wild > aa by mi I official omll1 today that thatEngland thatEI thatEngland
England EI lald in II spite pl of her contrary rllrr position positionin lo IICn IICnil
in il I n tho t lie part lalwouldllot ast would not dlnputo tie I contention contentionof etuiittflt llltnllll llltnlllluf ion ionof
of this thil Oovernment ulrnlwnl that a peace um bluckudo bluckudodid blokllo blokllodil
did dil 111 not apply lplv to II neutral lUrl vessels I 111 111unlcal i Ills Illsofficial hitsoftlclal
official unlcal who Is I in II a I position 1 itlol to know de declined d dlhl1 tIeelluitsi ¬
clined lhl1 to make laklanYllplllullol any explanation ezptsuutt Ion of his hI8lah hI8lahIwntl state statements stat ¬
ments Iwntl u When WIIn 1itn asked a kd If iermany lrllY would wouldfollow wuull wuullfollw
follow follw Englands llland example Ixalplollt his only ully ansner ansnerwan alr auis r
wan 1 a 1 shrug lrug of the 11 shoulders shouldersIt hOIIINI
It I Is II the opinion olinlol in II official nmcal cliches elelll that thatGermany IhatGerlnlY
Germany GerlnlY is II endeavoring lullaorIIJ to lulldul induiv England Englandto EnllRl1 EnllRl1II
to II I ii declare war Wi tiu un 01 VelieKiicln lnt llll Should Hholill this thisK Ihl Ihlli I hilts
li I K > dono 101 thin I blockado 1llckad of Venezuelan rln7ullan port portwould pMIwolid portsiwotiht >
would wolid bo b recogni itMugntThtI nI7d d by b the tl Uuitixl lJlhl States StatesIf HII
maintained maintainedBU8CICIOM nuiilntaluitdsvsilcIofl
If I f effectively Illnlalld IllnlalldttIIICI
BU8CICIOM ttIIICI 1 OF II 11FBMANT 11FBMANTIt IFRAT IFRATIt
It is II no longer Ilullr a 1 secret Clel that the Admin Administration AdminI Adininstratlon ¬
istration I I raton is II suspicious uicllll of icrmnnrH HIII eriuiauiys atti attitude all allIld attlutu ¬
tude Ild t utu toward towlrd tho United llld States Rlall A strong strongfeeling strongeelIng tronl
feeling ff1111 f eelIng exists xl11 among nmonj officials ofdlll that the lm lml 1mperlal Iourial
l perlal > orial rial Government Ounmmlnl despite 11pll profeslons profl loIR to totho 10th tohin
tho th t hin contrary conlrlryl Is not 101 friendly fdllel disposed 11Jtl toward towardtho Ilward Ilwardth tovnrhhti
tho th t hti Monroo Ionro Doctrine Dlolrll Ioet nra nnd I I may lavl7p seize the thopresent Ih IhprlFlt thePreIit
present prlFlt occasion < alion to t attempt nlllpt its Ii violation violationwith Iolalol
with ih a full ful realization aI7Jlllon of tho II lii consequences consequencesSome COUIIInlR COUIIInlRHOlp consequueuicttSoutie
Some HOlp officials olcnl argue Irllc a rgu that t hat with wit lh Ii England Englandas tljlund tljlundni
as ni an ally nlr Germany rlaIY hope hopl that llal an ni a attempt attemptto alltilt alltilttn
to t o acquire altllf territory on this tub hemisphere hemispherewill IItl ptlrn ptlrni1
will i1 ilh not 101 result rll In II tho Ihl I lie hostile 10 11 declaration declarationfrom dclrllon dclrllonfrom
from m om this 111 Government olmment that would ould surely surelycome surelycoins ufI ufIcomp
come if Germany rlaIY wore wnmlln noting alone aloneThe nlll nlllThe
The President Prlldnt and his hl advisers ndIr place placereliance pla pnce < 1
reliance rllnncI however howevlr In tho tb promlso proll of Eng England Englald Lugaud ¬
land lald l to observe obf the doctrine dotrl and anI are par particularly parlcuhutrhy ¬
ticularly tclifrly t gratified Irllll 1 over the Ihl declaration dllnrllon pr prtclifrly of ofLord ofLord citLord
Lord lAiisdowne 1lowII yesterday ltrdn to that thll effect effectAt llll lllll effectAt
At l the I hI request rllult of the ll hit Government Gumllni of ofHolland ofHolan
Holland Holan Secretary Hay lay hft has directed clrltll Min Minister Mm ln ln1IIr ¬
ister Bowen Bowln to assume alml charge of Dutch Dutchinterests luleh lulehInllll lutchritrests
Ilarj
interests Inllll i in 11 Venezuela IzuIla Tho Th Dutch Min Minister Mm ln ln1Ifr ¬
ister 1Ifr i ster to Vemtuelu elwElhIL IM I ill 1 in 11 Caracas Carcl and andwliile amiwhUe antiwhile
while his hiI Government Oonrmlnl Is not engaged In Inany II Inany
any al quarrel quarrll with wih that country rlntrr Inlagl It fears fearsthat felrR felrRIhnt
that t hat the tti feeling flng against agllnl the thl Germans Olrman and andEnglish Ind IndEIIIh antiEiiglhsh
English resIdents fldlll may result rllllt In II outbreak outbreakxhlch ollbrlak ollbrlakwhllh outbreakwhich
which whllh EIIIh may 11 lw 1 directed dlnlf also aglnbl against sub sublects tub tubJetR subects
JetR J lects ects of Holland Hollandf loland lolandO HollandDMIEE
f O DMIEE > f > irr TO nt VEinnr VEinnrImncc VE47t nnr nnrlanc Hi Hiluange
Imncc lanc In Arranpcrntmti Arral rmrt for the Flrrti FlrrtiChristmti Ftt FttOrltm fleeta1urltinai
Christmti Orltm Ilolli IlolliWARHINOTON lolda loldaWAfUINOTON Ilohlda IlohldaVAauuoTo
WARHINOTON WAfUINOTON Dec o 10 IIA 18A A change chanle has haseon hnahfn hasbeen
hfn been eon made mlde In the arrangements nrranllmenll of the thefavy tle tleSavy theNavy
Navy Department Dprllnl to provide Ilroldl fora for a dlstrlbu dlstrlbuIon dlrlbulion tlbtribution
Ion of the ships of Admiral Admirl Doweys DweR West Westndian WItIndin WestIndian
Indian Indin fleet trt during dlrlnl the Christmas Chrlstm recreation recreationierlod rclatlon rclatlonIlrlo recreationlcrhod
Ilrlo lcrhod ierlod This Thi < change chanf may Iny bo regarded lardld as asHiving II ashaving
hlvlnl Hiving a I significant Rlglfcant bearing bcorlnl on tho Venezue Venezuean VenezueInn Inlzue InlzueIan
Ian an situation situationIt llallon llallonI
It I was wat learned Ilnrpr by Tint 1nl Surf 8u reporter rfprtlr to tolay today totIny
lay that Illt the he Department Dlpnrlmelll Intends to order orderho oreor oreorIho orderthe
the ho strongest Ironlet division Ilvllon of Admiral Doweys Doweyslect lwY1 Iewysthet
lect to go Ia to tho I thu British Iritlh Island Islane of ilrinldad ilrinldador irllidad irllidadfor irtutlIad irtutlIadfor
for tho of recreation and that
or period Jrlod fcroaUon Ihlt an anitlier anolher another
other part of the fleet tlot will wi be M Iml sent > nt to tho thoDutch IheDulch Iii Iii1utch
Dutch island Illnld of Curacua Cura oa JI for the same samexriod pnmefrlod aniopriud
xriod frlod Trinidad Trllilad Is I about a days dn1 run from fromI fromiuuiiiayra
I 11 iuuiiiayra Ji Claf luayra while hlo Curacoa Cur Cuiraoa1son1y n Is I only a few cue hours hoursilinUint hOlrl hOlrlIUrwnl hoursdistant
distant IUrwnl from that Venezuelan oe7uelan port portU portH PrtIt
U Is known that thin Ih President IrRldfnl and andhln nndhi aridlilt
lilt hi advisers acvlberl have discussed clecld the dis distribution dl dlIrlhullon dlstrihutlon ¬
tribution of f Doweys Dlwtyl fleet tot for tho th holiday holidaywasou holdn holdnfnlU holIdays4nsoui
wasou fnlU with particular patloulnr reference reflrllC to thin thoVenezuelan Ihu111ulon thinuuezuelan
Venezuelan 111ulon situation FltuationTho FIIuallonh situationfhie
Tho h holiday holday of the fleet fet will wi last from fromDec fromI from1ec
Dec I > c 19 I to Deo 59 9 and nld tomorrow tolorrow or next nextday nxthay wxtda
da day the order ord r of distribution dlllrlJllon will wi bo b tide telegraphed tcI tcIIrphpd tidegraphed ¬
graphed Irphpd to Admiral Admlrll Dewey Dwoy Tho naval navalauthorities navnlallhnrllplc I Iauthiorhtipi
allhnrllplc authorities said today to I that the order would wouldl wouldhe ould ouldhe
he l > e furnUlicd Iurll hed to the Ih pros prosAXOTIlKa prlA prlAeWT1n press presstxorun
AXOTIlKa eWT1n fiTVHMT TAKK TAKKirrm T T1t1UVlierman E
lierman irrm rrman n Cruller captures 8plnr the hl Mlrind Mlrindat mrandaal
at Mirncalhn MirncalhnSFtlal Mire5iImSpaItI Iar8Ialhn Iar8Ialhnrclt
SFtlal rclt CaWt Unpitch la TU T Sct SctWtliKMSTAn St SccVItuvtsrAo
WtliKMSTAn WIIt IiTn Oirn Clrn oa Dec 010 18 11Te 11TeOrlnn i6The i6TheGtruuinn The TheGerman
German Orlnn cruiser crillr Falke pent ent armed boats boatsInto hOllA hOllAinto boatsInto
Into the lagoon In oon at Maracntbo end captured capturedtho capturedthe
tho Venezuelan pnlwllnn gunboat ruDboat Miranda MirandaGen Mirada MIrandaGui
Gen 11 Andrade oxPresident oxIr ldtnt of Venezuela Venezuelahas enezuelahI
hI has returned 11ulll from Colombia ColombiaThe ColombiaThl ColombiaThin
The Thl German Grmnn crulter Irul lr Vlneta IOtn ineta Commodore CommodoreSohHor Commodor CommodentSchivdnr
SohHor Shfcor and tho British Ilrllilh cruiser crlllor Charybdls Charybdlsfommodorc Char CharybdlsCnuuimotlor hdIR
fommodorc ommocor Montgomerio looIRmlrln have haI arrived arrivedhr nrhll nrhllhf arrIvedhere
hf here hr < from Ventruoln Inl7pln and an am filing their theirbunkers 111lr theIrItiukerus
blUklrR bunkers with wih coal coalIn coal coalIn
In II detailing dotnIUnl the Ihl bombardment hnmhlllmlnt of Puerto PuertoOiliello IUIro PuertcCluehln
Oiliello 11110 last Ilt Saturday Hntud sonic ROl of the officers officersnf ofcl
nf f the Ihl warshipn walhir state lne that each of the tll vrssr seeanhu seeanhueu > Ir Ir1t1fd e ejnijiged
eu jnijiged 1t1fd pttl throw thrw COO 0 shells hlll The Th forts fori nnd nndturl ollc oruierl
turl Irl of the Iht cuttom custom < u toin hounn hOlln were wfr clratroynU clratroynUiintl dNtron dNtronll dratroyndiIiruti
iIiruti iintl ll two t IO Venezuelans ontzeIAn were cro killed kld Tho ThoBritish To p pcapturtut
Ilrll British h captured aptlrld Gen Ool ICII Bello lo the commander commandernr
nr Kort Jor ort Lthertndor Homo of tho cannon cannonrnlten cancel1tnhen nnlon nnlonInltel
Inltel 1tnhen rnlten from fol tout Inrto c uerto rlo Cibollo CalJoln were wlrl brought broughtiero hrolRht hrolRhtthlf broughtfhero
thlf fhero iero Nono of tl III u Bltph nrl F vn vn killed killedVOr klpd klpdSOT killedNOT
SOT TO StlltE iiit TEllHITOnV TEllHITOnVImUlte TFltTOR TFltTORlo TfltflITOflIinIthe
ImUlte lo lh I HrltlMi Urlbt Annniincrmrnt In the theUntil thl thiltohic
Until nt lords laritiSfictil lordsilc1
orts orts3reU
Sfictil 3reU ilc1 Cal tate > li Diiptlcfi DuaWI1 la THE Tn Sex SextOT Stl ScsI
tOT 10HJI I otr > ri > IIT I P liiriu iL ic ll 1 I it > iitinim tiliI I at iui met rrl in t nt ntloon nlnoon I IflOOri
loon today and after nfl r it adjourned adjournedIxird odjolfld odjolfldI nuhjouriwdictid
Ixird I liUifiowno Iolf Cn thu foreign lrd T Xtrlttor Xtrlttormnounced Inbtl tu1tttr tu1tttrannounced
announced announC1 lu II the thl nouso nOl > of Vxirds rca that hut thoUritlsh Ihorilh hutBritish
British rilh and all German Gormal warnhlps Wlfhlps would ould block blookido IIOIk IIOIkaco blockado
ado aco Venezuelan CDC7UI11 cnezuean ports I > ril hut that it was a tot totntended IotInlended notintended
intended to land a liritUh Britih forco for or occupy occupyeicZtieuuti ouJY ouJY111UeIL
feieuoiaii 111UeIL teiTitorv teiTitorvWHAT lelTltCI lelTltCIWHAT teiTltcTtWHAT
WHAT rUnTHER PURTIER STEPS STEPSKarl ITEI7 ITEI7Earl starearl
Karl arl Spencer PI cr tie llo Liberal IIernl leader tador risked riskedord 16kld 16kldIofl askedIortl
Iofl Iortl ord Lonndowno LnrdCwlO vlint hnt further mcftBuics mcftBuicsiiRlnnd mlnlUllR mlnlUllREI measuretIuigiuunul
iiRlnnd EI 1111 piopptvd piopossit to huts 1IIItII < in case CAN the thl ivi iviire IY7 IY7II ndz ndzuii
II uii ire of it tho Venezuelan K gunboats unbOII nboats by h the theillied Ih6aliII hutallied
allied aliII fleets flll did not 101 hao hle flue dohlred dPilrrd effect effectLord PIt PItLrd eftectLord
Lord Lrd Iiinsdowno I < ulowno replied reple that ho thought thoughtIn
In n such Ilch an a event eVlnt further futhtr coercion corcon would wouldOr wouldby ould ouldby
by Or inevitable Inevtable The questIon qUIIlon had ha boon boononaldered beencn beerconsidered
considered cn ldere by 4he Jh e Government OovernlDt England Egland EglandI I
I
had h ad been lKn in II consultation onultaton with lth German Germanon Gerany Geranyon Germany Germanyn
on o n the subject lubje and they had ha decided deide ti tienforce to tormforco tonforce
enforce e a blockade of Venezuelan Ynzlelan ports portsSorno port portsome
Sorno S ome of these I he ports priA would ho blockade blockadeby blockndtl blockndtlbr
by b y British Irllh warnhlps wahl and nld othen othlf by L her Germans Grlan
mans lan u berth 111 l insdowno IoDldoI repeated rlPIatN hi hiprevious lilt hlAJreloIIM liltureiou1s
previous JreloIIM h statement lallm11 that there was wal no In Intentlon II Iiientlon
tentlon 111101 t of landing Ilndlng a British Jnllh Ihit ishu force fCrC on onuielon Vene Venezuelan In
zuelan z territory territoryIN Irrlory IrrloryIS
IN l ACCORD ACCRD WITH WITI OBRMANT OBRMANTIt OERMA
It wAs w learned III1 after the adjournment o othe of ofhe
aler II Illullrnlellt
the t he Cabinet Cnhlll that I hal Great Ollt Britain and Ger Germany Clr her
many 1111 r unny are af still 111 In accord nlord and are al ngreei ngreeias nltrll nltrlla agreed agreeds
as a s to I the next loxl stops IIJI which should Ihoule be pur pursued puruI111
s sued uI111 In Venezuela lllzuelo Prime Prlle Minister MIIItlr Balfoui Balfouiand Ualour Ualourand lialfournd
and a nd Iml Jjinsdowne lnlowlf Minister lnlollr forJForelgi forJForelgiAffairspresented forjorlKn forjorlKnAfalf11rl1111
Affairspresented Afalf11rl1111 A tho tholatst latent communication communicationrecelvoil Colmulllat coinmunicatlonuectitetI 1011 1011f
recelvoil f r h I from rain Germany Glrlan on the subject subjectH bUbjtt bUbjttI
H I I t Is I liellevml that the Ministers lnllllrR decide decidethat Illd1 Illd1that
that t an ni expedition Ixplllol should not l tI lie > o landed laldt Ir Irany In Inal Init
any al K it ca Inlnnd ene e and that Germany Is also willing willingtonl wilng wilngtn willingO
tonl tn t O nh nbtsin lHln from taking lalln nny such 61ch action actionRFPORTKD Ictlon IctlonRFPORTJD actionEPoRTht
RFPORTJD ft RFPORTKD OFFER PROM 110 ffl lR TO 0 AID AI CARTRC CARTRCIN
IN I PATINO PATINOTho IATI IATINOTtitu O OTh
Tho Th Birmingham DrmlnRhal Fo lo losl t says a It under understands undtr undtrtOIIII understauiths
stands tOIIII that within wlhll thin past twenty twentyfour tPlty tPltyfOlr twentyour
four fOlr f our hours this Ihl British rtlll Foreign Fomlln Office Officehas Officeuuci nc
has hI h uuci been L 1 told Inll that Ihll In II order that Vene Venezuela ene enevulla eneuela
vulla z zuela may lay not 101 Increase her liuJebtednesi liuJebtednesito huJehtdm1
to t o thin tl varloiuEuro arlol EIIrOIan lrllnn > ean Power Powerl the I ho Unltet UnltetStates UnlhldHIIII UnitetiStates
States HIIII Government OIrlrlt huts ILI offered fIrd to placo 1lnC a aPifnldent at at1lnllllt atIrcshtleuit <
Pifnldent 1lnllllt Castros IIIr disposal dlpoll a Rum sufflcien sufflciento uncent uncentto ufticiento
to t o discharge dl chargl not lot only 011 tho t h claims Ilall of Great GrealBritain OnatJrlnll GreatBritain
Britain Jrlnll and alc Germany crlat but lul also al those tholo ol olItaly of ofIRly oftaly
Italy IRly I and 011 Franco Frll This Thil offer ol < r Is I mado or ortho on onIho onlie
tho t lie understanding Uullrlaldlll uiuitlerst arnhltig that t Mr il Ir r Bowen llwl tin tinUnited thelIIINI t hue huetYuiiteth
United lIIINI States Minister 111Itr11 Is to net oc as al negotiate negotiateor ntotalor ntotaloror nugot hit or oror
or mediator mediatorThe 11lator 11lator1le utiediatorThe
The 1le story Is I not lot confirmed nfrmll from nn nnquarter any nnyClarllr anyqltarter
quarter Clarllr but 11 there tln Is II reason UOI to bellevt bellevtthat LU LUthaI behtuuvoiutt
that t iutt If financial lllcial security IcurJ for tho pay payinenl payl1nt payunnt
inenl l1nt r of the claims < ahul is II forthcoming forhcmlnR tin tinnaval tht thonaval
naval o ol1rallon oporni > erat ions will wi be hllplldland suspended and Eng England Iug IugIRI Engand ¬
land IRI l < will 1 nccodo acColl to the thl proposal prpofnl of Presi President Prll Prlllnl Preshhent ¬
dent < lnl Castro Cllro that Ihll tho matter bo referred rfrNI to tcarbitration toarbl tonrbit
arbitration arbitrationNO arbl nrbit rl rat 101 lout loutNO
NO ATTUMPr ATTJMt WAS MADE lADE TO ARHITRATE ARHITRATEBeplying ARfIIAT ARIIITIILTEIteplyiuig
Beplying Itplll to a question qlllon In thin Houw Houwof 1011 1011of Ilousoof
of Commons COIIOIA oulurnons today tota in regard rljlrl to tA t4 Vene Venezuelan Yno71lal euie euiezuielaui ¬
zuelan 71lal affair nfalr Viscount rilut Cranborne rlhrn Par Parliamentary ParInlmlary Partatnetitary ¬
liamentary Inlmlary h Secretary lfIlry for fo Foreign orllll Af Affairs Affair Atfairs ¬
fairs said that no 10 attempt nllnt had been LIII madu maduto mll rnznhto
to t o refer dttn flr the Iii I matters lallr in dispute dipUlo with wlb that thatcountry Ihlt Ihltcoullry thatcountry
country coullry to arbitration arbitrationTO arbltrllun arbltrllunTO
TO Id lIAISE RAI DliOCKAtlE QUESTION QUESTIONMr
Mr Ir Thomas Tholl Bowles Howll has ha given 1ln notice notic that thatho thlt thlth thatie
ho h l ie will wi a ak k Prime Prlo Minister lnlr Balfour BInur In II the theHouse th th10u theions
House l ions of Commons tomorrow If it IM
10u 011011 omInous lororrnw I II true truethat tru truthll trutuhat
that thll t hat the Io United lnllII States Hlal h sent lt a communi communication COIIIII COIIIIIcat coinmtiutlat ¬
cation cat at Ion to Great nl Britain Irlaln and Ild CNmAI iermany for forbidding forhldlll fordtldltig ¬
bidding hldlll l Interference Inlrfcnlc wlth wi wit h American Amercan ship shipping ii shipping III IIIIn ¬
ping In and 111 If such a commiuilcntlon ommllllnllon lias liasl ha liii liiibeen
l 11n been > een sent It what hall U tho ass I of the Venezuelan Venezuelanblockad Venezuelanblockaile cne7ulan cne7ulanLlockadl
blockad blockadItrlrainl Llockadl Llockadl111IITIO blockaileJWIXITIS
111IITIO J lTLZ F7lIU F7lIURplnNI tL4VS tL4VSReleased <
Released Political Poll1 Prisoner Prhonpl Welcomed l llomtd tn tnCaracai 10CarnluCa toaruuealastmo
Caracai CarnluCa aruuealastmo C tro Aniwrrs n IrR Italy ItalyVpfrtoJ In In8pnal ItnI ItnItptc1ai
VpfrtoJ Cattf Dtfpateli nparl la Si Tint Tn Srw Srwfrom 8rl rs rsnoun
from rror Tint Tlf SUN US Corrcfpanilrnl Compndnl at Caracas CararuCAIUCAH CArArMCAIC CaracasAtttCtH
CAIUCAH CAIC AtttCtH Ui U lice 18The 161hl 16 liw statements stat lalrII crntnt s hat thnttho Ihatth I hathe
tho th t he political hiohit oltlnl lcn I prisoners IriCIr I released rJId Under Inflr the theamnesty IhpalltI t he heiuuuuusty
amnesty alltI a decree IIcn of President 1rle11 Castro CII ash ro which whichwas whichWI wiitchiwas
was WI issued 1 II1 after tutu situation Itutol hero Ilro became becameacute bfare bfarencUI becamecUte
acute ncUI a cUte did clcilUI not tutu sympathize IYlpalhl7 with uu lIlt tho tli Govern Governments Governonts over ¬
ments 1ntl m onts present pnelt attitude 1IIIId at t itiRle and that I many malY of ofthem oftlll ofhitun
them tlll t wero wr proceeding pro < Illnl to tl Curacoa Cur uma on were wereIncorrect WIrt werencorrect
Incorrect I ncorrect A k number nllr of theso Ih exprisoners exprisonerswho lxprlsollf
who wero Wlr eri confined Olflll at Mnracalbo Illcalbl including includingSen Incllnl
Sen 1 Hernandez 1ranellz popularly known kllOWI as at El ElMocho t1Iocho ElMoctio
Mocho nnd ll Gen 011 Antonio 110110 Parodcs Pnrel arrived arrivedhero atl1 atl1hef arrlvetier
hero hef h er today 10dl Gen 011 Paredcs Inrldll WOM wn n the de defender d dflndlr deeather ¬
flndlr f fender of Puerto Cahello Clhllo when whll Gen GII Andrade Andradewas Andra < l
wnl was President PfJInl and Is a hero In the thl eyes IYI of oftho oftho ofhin
tho t hin populace populaceThere populnlJ populnlJThcl 1 1Them
There Thcl was a monster mOIAIlr demonstration tllonllratlon In Intheir II hitheir
their t honor The people plplo turned tlrnol out to towelcome 10wlcm towelcome
welcome wlcm them and thin thl approaches Rpprnachf to the thorailway Ihl theraihuay
railway ralwA station wero wlrn Impassable Impa all The Thecrowds Thpcrdt Thecrowds
crowds crdt received flvOI the t le Generals GlnfrRlf enthusias enthusiastically enl hlFlal huslas huslastIcaihy ¬
tically Ilcal but there Ihlo was nR no 10 display IIpla of party partyfooling par partyfuhIpg
fooling flIII the t hI hue people popl restraining rlI1 rest ralnhll miring themselves themselvesIn t hlIIlvI hlIIlvIIn
In lIds tlil respect fearing fllrnl to tl cause au internal internalcomplications Intlrnl Intlrnlcomplcnlnnl Internalconiplhcat
complications complicationsAddresses complcnlnnl coniplhcat ions ionsAddresses
Addresses Ader are reaching rpnchlll President Prlslcllnt Castro Caftrofrom Castromorn Ntro Ntrofrm
from frm morn all Rlparilof parts of the country cunlr praising pralRllg him himfor himfor him himfor
for the II I lii attitude nliluel alt Bath ho hi has hal assumed assumedTho UUIIt assutnetiThi
Tho TIIlllwrit Thi University students I ld 111 I all ni of whom whol have havevolunteered hn hnvulllr1 havevohuiuit
volunteered vulllr1 vohuiuit tertsl to t o fight fjht for their 111lr t country rl lt r If Ifnecessary IfnfsrY Ifnicuisary
necessary nfsrY havo been hfl enrollid fnrol1 In Iln n battalion battalionthat tllliol tiattahiorithat
that is I now in il garrison larrlM1 hero Ilrn They make makea Inke Inken
a fine body of soldiers soldiersPresident soldiersPretIleniast Ililrl
President Irlllll11j111 PretIleniast 0a < > t ro last IIt Saturday nturda sent nt nnwor nnworto nn nnaeito wlr wlrto
to the thclnlln Italian note In regard Jlanl to tho claims claimsof callf callfor
of Italian IIRI11 subjects lhjotl for SCSOOO G3cX Indemnity 1111rnllv 1111rnllvThe IntlunnitvThio
The Italian Ilnlln note nolI was wnl presented pre IIIc to thin Ih Gov Government hveruiuiunt O OIrlWlt ¬
ernment IrlWlt on Thursday Thlnda flue 1111 reply was wasto wasto n nto
to thin effect f1cl that all 11 claim must lu t bo I he placed placedbefom plRed plRedbefon placedbefore
before n special ppclal tribunal trillMI which would ould be beappointed Ie Ienppolnhd litnppolntd
appointed for tlio purpose purpol of if hearing the thearguments IhenrlUIfntR thiargunwntu
arguments nrlUIfntR In regard Nlarel to these th matters mattersA mat rl
A German warship WRshlp has hal gone to Mora Moraen Mamaally Ial
mll en ally OKI to seIze Id1 whatever Is II left Ilf there of the theVenezuelan Ihe1IIZlllnn thuVuuezuelan
Venezuelan 1IIZlllnn Navy XavyTho SavyThp Navyliii
Tho people are recovering reoerllg from their ex excitement cxcitemntnt x xcllllnt ¬
citement cllllnt and tho city < ly Is quiet quietTho quIetliii llet lletTho
Tho British cruiser Irllr Indefatigable Ilellfntl ahlo Is I now nowtho nowHII no nothe
the HII only 01 I warship wnrhlJ nt I 1M La i Ouayra OuayraTho Glayr iuiriyraThin
Thin Thl Hpallh SpnnMi aUI and Belgian nhdl Governments Governmentshavo Cnlmmlll1 invemmerithave
have hv transmitted I rn IIIcl polltn poll h ° lit1i notes 11 to thin I h Vene Venezuelan fII eia eiatwlnn ¬
zuelan 7uIIal Government GUlmmlnt uvemmrnt stating that ns they theycomo thie r rwIthIn
< como oro within wihin the t1 most ao t favored nation nationtreaty nRtlonIraly natIontreaty
treaty provisions they lu tilt expect that their theirclaims I hllr hllrcnlnK Itch r rchihinu
claims cnlnK will wli be paid pahl If those thoF of other nations nationsaro Inloll natlonare
are nf settled settledTho ft settleulThin Ilcl
Thin Th English Ell lh Government OOrmcnS has relpvcd relpvcdtho relllld relllldII I Ithin
thin II steamer Ialfr Ossun OI ln which was nR seized A I7lc with withtho wllhIhn withthe
the Gen Crespo Cr p on the ground Irollnl that shu ho hobelongs I ILlol LI LIbelongs
Llol belongs to French FIIfh owners ownersFRAME OWIr OWIrFI1A owiirsFItAXCI
FRAME FI1A IS I SATISFIED SATISFIEDDoeont S1TSFzEnDoesnt TI < FED FEDno
Doeont no nt Think 1lllk Her lr Interests rltlrlll in Vrnerarla Vrnerarlamil senezuehiIlI rt7la
mil 11 IlI He A tffeeIed tffeeIedSrdi fleet TII Ml MlSritlal r
Sritlal Splcla Cubit C bl Despatch nalh to Till Sex SexPAIUH StI SvsPsnis
PAIUH PAnR Doc 10 18Uepl 18 Hlpl lhuphitt > iuj iL to an Inter Interpellatlon Into interpchlatlon
pellatlon platlon In II the Chamlxr of Deputies Dcputm to today 10rny totIny
day rny M I Deleave Dllcn tho Minister lnl ler of Foreign ForeignAffairs Porrhn Porrhnlnlrl PorrihgmAffairs
Affairs lnlrl said MIl ho hI was wnl satisfied 111flel that French FrenchIntenstH Frfnlh FrfnlhInllnl FrenchInterustus
IntenstH Inllnl In Venezuela n7llla would woullnol not bo L affected affectedby not d dh I Iby
by h recent rfIII events eventsA Ionl IonlA
A despatch to thin thl SlaUn Matr from Caracas Caracassiys S Scays
siys ar all ni Is qul C11t quiet f at La l Ouayra The Thetroops ThetrHop Thu I Itnieps
troops have l IJn been > oon withdrawn llhdrlwl from Jhe Jheown thl Ilu p ptowut
tOWI towut own and nld posted OKlo In 1 th aurroun aurrounnountnlns urroln g gmOlnlnl g gtnmintnlris
nountnlns mOlnlnl mOlnlnlThn tnmintnlrisThin nountnlnsTho
Thin nowspnpprn IWPPr of Caracas continud continudirlnt tOntnll conttnu conttnupriuut 0 0prlt
prlt priuut irlnt violent lollnl utlaokn Ilackn on tho BrltUhAd BrltUhAdflensed British d drllnf u uhirnuunq
hirnuunq hirnuunqMost rllnf
Most lolL of thin pollhnl polItIcal prlMf prIsoners wh rl P Prcttasd
flensed at IUD IUDrica Illerto htierto Call1lo Cahillt ha lines I g to toLlrl ti tiCura
Llrl Cura rica n to rejoinnnmlcr rejoin Ihl the rolltlollr reoluutlonar i m mmnnlr rnmandcr
nnmlcr G GO OtI hura Into InIad instead of r Ilg Iuii Iuiite
10 O the ltffrllvv defH1 ltffrllvveotcd If r 1110 country nf as uE < ex expIl exlwOitLt
pIl lwOitLt eotcd p pOL4V1i
KOLAli 0141 ALOYAL t Un 1OY1L AH AHJrrniM A AOrrmnn Athernirin
JrrniM rnrrlun nrrlm OtTUr bfl frR Gct rtn An Annr A Aor ace a aof
nr CnnlliiiiHl COIIIIII Cof < ooprr ooperatlonP ooperatlonPcpcIaI ratont ratontopal tlonj tlonjSptclal
opal CcUt nripolth lpalrlD IP Tnic Tn SraH SraHBEHUIK HII Suii SuiiIIEnLIN
BEHUIK DERLI Dec 11 10U 101 U II Mated Malee twit t It the theiennan theGrnRI tb a aGennamu
iennan GrnRI Foreign rorlI1 OIJlco Olr ha hiI has rccelvot relIDlr relIDlrnICf renIvetassuir renIvetassuirauicts nsRur nsRurnco
nICf auicts nco from lr iretit rul ni Britain Ilnin that I hEl popular popularipponltioii popular1Allol r rehuitttitloit
ipponltioii 1Allol to her rnopcratlon rt cl Jrrlton pcmnthon with wih Her Hermany Gerlan tiertItan
lan tItan many will wi Ill not alter nier lair IntentIon Iltnlton of loyally loyallyTorklng lorll loyahlworking
worhhlJ working with wih nrlan iorumny itruiunn until Iltl tho object In Inenozuela II ii iiVeni7ueia
enozuela Ylnl7ul1 Is II attained attainedv atnhwd atnhwdftT
ftT v r A t vrisfiff JIMU fcor OF irii iriiJcrman lrtnGerman rtnOrmln
German Ormln CemmriinTrii ornrnrurststemeftt Statement Slatfmlt Drier IlrfnroSfl7liiB lnre lnreItlll 0 0C17lIug
Sfl7liiB Itlll VeiinrUn Nhip Nhipffurtal Pshlpspectai hlf
ffurtal tnal Callt Ca l lltipatth esprcPi to o THE TlE Son SonOKACAK SOKCAJACAI SlitC1ACAM
OKACAK CAJACAI Dtts laBcfoii 16IIfol Is Hefoit tho Jcrmens Jcrmenscized rmIUu a aseized
seized pclId tho I il Venezuelan lzuelln warships othlp Com Comjiander Commnldr cm cmmander
jiander mnldr Ecltermann E11crmlnn of the Panther sent sentlotes Ilnt Ilntnohl son sonnotes
notes nohl to the th respective re pelt Venezuelan nullolln com comlanders cm cmmanrlerl cornmanders
landers manrlerl demanding eIRndlnl that they abandon abandonheir abandontheir abandomtheir
their vessels vlell adding addingThis ldding lddingThls addingThuhe
This i II Is not a measure meaUro of war wa on 01 Gem Gemf0
f0
many part pu but we I propone popo e to provision provisional provllon provllonal
al y selro elz your ship Ihlp in order orer to oblige oblgo Vane Venezucla Vanezuela
zucla to recognize loglre our Just demands lemand It Itcase In Inas incast
case as you ou disobey dllbey and nd wish to defend you younhlpn yolr yolrthlp yourhips
thlp s hips J shall Ihal forcibly foribly prevent prelll you youLA YOI YOII
LA I flVAYKA IJA lirt FEAItED nUlW FI iwn ATTACK ATTACKHUM ATTiK ATTiKun 4 TTICKions
HUM un of Itrttlth rlh Warships alllp Were Werl Trained Tralnnon Talnr Talnron
on the thl Fort Fortfptctal ort ortula
fptctal ula Cattt aet Utipattli ltp h lo 0 THK Tlt Set trl SetLi > StNLi
Li GtiAYKA nUA TRA Doc 00 18The 16 Th This British Jrlth war warships ar arhhlpl
ships hhlpl s Clmrybdls lharhdI8 and ollt ant juall ual caused cauit alarn alarnIxjforo nlArmheor
before heor leaving Ilnvllg here Ilr today by lr coverini coverinithe cOIrllg cOIrllgtho
the t hai forts for I with lh their guns gunsThe IIM IIMThe gunsThe
The commander commancr of the fort for appealed appeoleito appolct
to t o the American AacrlCall French Il Spanish SJnl h am amDutch 1111 1111Dil auth authlutcti
Dil Dutch Il representatives rprnlallH to Interveno Inlenclo in II th thevent thin IhoIent <
event Ient e of the British Urll h landing landlll and ald attacking attackingthe alacklll
the t he fort for which Ihlch lie had received rChed orders orderl t tevacuate 10 10Ivac toevaciate
evacuate evacuateTho Ivac evaciateThin alt
Thin Thl British Jrlth Consul Conlul who embarked Ins InsWednesday last InFtWldrelda lastVedneuday
Wednesday Wldrelda on the warship walhll BetrlbutUn BetrlbutUnlanded Jtlrlhllil ltctritaititmmaridtd
landed Inldl h at Ia lo Guayra IBya today from frol the In Indefatlgaho Indfllllaho
defatlgaho defatlgaholtlROAT dfllllaho dfllllahoOnOAT dsfat I gabo gabocnoAr
ltlROAT SllTTLEDf SllTTLEDfnerman celTTLEDherman TTlDJ TTlDJnrrman
herman Report That Tat Ilrlllih Urlh ntncen Hat HatHunk 1f IIse IIseNuink
Hunk Veiipiiclii nllllal Vetiel VetielAT HItta easeISiiclnI
AT SiiclnI tta rtU CtUi aWf nttpuch nupCI to Tun TI SUM SUMBenMN 81K 81KERtN Slitsflanrip
BenMN ERtN Dec DI 10 16The Tho Lukal Lkol Anteige AnteigeBays An1eltr AneiQersays
Bays 11 that I British rllh naval na al officers OmCrS have tUne scuttled scuttleia Iltled Iltleda
a Venezuelan 1II7u6Ial torpedo torpdo boat being bing actuate actuatepresumably actuatet actuatedpresumably
presumably pr umALly by considerations cnlllralloll simIlar Ilmlnr t ttliowo to toliol tothotu
tliowo liol that previously prCloIAly Influenced Infulnrt tho Ger Germans Olr Olrlantll Gertitans
mans lantll in bijiklng blkllg captured caplufd warships lrthlpl because Ucaiuthey 111 111thlY becausethey
they wore or not seaworthy seaworthyiiorsE seaworthyiiofsi aworthyIWI
iiorsE IWI < r ir 1T ntNrs vrs ixFonxiATto ixFonxiATtoHeiolutlon 1OnU4TI 1OnU4TIRt INHRM4TIONRcsoluhoii
Heiolutlon Rt olutol Aiklni AIktti kins for Corrmpomlrnc CorrmpomlrncItcKintlnc orrfponrnol orrcpooctcnceIteisrutini
ItcKintlnc Venearla VenearlaWASIIINOTON ffolla ffollaWAINOTON equezushsSVANIIIflOTON
WASIIINOTON WAINOTON Dec Dl 18 lloprosentatlvf lloprosentatlvfMcCbll ltprlenlatlvo ltprlenlatlvorl lee leei1tihl
McCbll MKSS l Introtludt Introtludta 1 1a
rl 1 Itch 11 > today 1dIY Illrodll
a resolution rlolullhl calling cllng upon tho Ih Secrf Secrflary Secrctar erc erclar
tar lary of Slate 81110 for information InforlRllol touch touching tou touInK touchhug
<
InK upon Ilon any ulY understanding undlrlaldilp or agree agreemerit a atretuiitrt I
merit IIt ttetwien 1tWI > f tho t lie Governments OrllhIS of ureaBiltain lflt lflt1111ain urea treathim
Biltain 1111ain him ttaiui and Ult Germany Cernl on 01 tho I h hit one onl hand hnli nn nnthe Ilel Ilelth unit unitthe <
the th diplomatic diplulllic Ic officer oleI of if tho III United Lnill Staticon Static Slat Statuuon
on tho HI t lii other 01 her or any assurances lurll by h hq thoso thosoGovornmerits II IIUtvurlwlll tbnsuhivumnnumits
Govornmerits Utvurlwlll to our lur diplomatic diplolllio officers tfCr ifllccrs o oto uus uusto
to tlm th natiiri Iltm extent fXIllt and Ilel puriiiso of tf tin tinjoint thjolnl thinJiultut
joint demonstration tlrtL lrallon b by Great Urllt Jufn Britain Jrlnll and andGermany 111 111lrmnn andC
C Venezuela with wit 11 h leuhar leuharI
Germany lrmnn again Ilallt uigaiiust Inl7ucl particular particularinference pnrlellur pnrlellurrrIC ieir
inference I rrIC to tho I h hi occupation oUPltoD occupiut Ion of territory tlrrlor In InII7I ineuiezuiela
Venezuela II7I < ln Thin Th Secretary H rllar U I further flrllr n nquested r re reihhitateti
quested clltd to transmit Iral m to thin tl House 10uh the car correspondence carrepouitleuici or orrJondllc ¬
respondence rJondllc If any 11 urion IIn the subject bo botwoon hI hi hiI
twoon t n the llplomatlc < lploloilC officers oflf of tho th United UnitedStatoH lIIIc Luiitttliuates
StatoH SI III and ancl fhotwo thin h I two 0 Governments OIrlnlIIR mentioned mentionedor mlllonll mlllonllor
or either cit her cif theiii theiiiASSVRACE Ihll IhllIURttf t hiuis4SSIIltVI
ASSVRACE IURttf FltOM FIU1 ITALY ITALYPromise ITtr ITtrro ITALYProruulse
Promise ro nl of Respect flIt for Monroe Ionrol Doctrine 11111111 11111111tade iuetrtmueuMade DoctrineMarie
Marie ti I 1 > the Ihl Ambassador AmliaisadorWAHHINOTON Amlanldor AmlanldorWAII AmbassadorWAISHINOTON
WAHHINOTON WAII OTON Di DO Dec > o in VLTlrn Tho rhflaln Italian Am Ambawador Amhaadur Amhassadtr
bawador called CnltJ on Secretary Hay 11 hlaythisafter hlaythisafternoon thin Ihlaflr after afternoon
noon n anti nl gavonotice laonotc of the Ih intention Inlnllon of hi hiGovernment hI iiiOovemnmeuit
Government Otrnmtnt to join joll Germany OIrlnllY andEngland alUlllantln alUlllantlnClrdo in incoercive Innwrelvo
coercive Clrdo rneasurtM a lr against 11111t Venezuela nl7ula antI nndassured ald aldalft antIassuiretl
assured alft tho Iht t he l11111 Unlto States Sial St atus that Italy would woulddo woull woulldo wouitlthu
do nothing nolhln contrary mntrar enhit rary to tho principles prllepll of ofth ofI
th I h Monroo Ifl Doctrine DoctrineTho Icet Cllrll CllrllTh r I tic ticThe
The Th Arnlttwwlor Arhn1cor told tule Mr Ir Hay Hn that tho thoItalian thoIlnlnl theItalian
Italian Ilnlnl diplomatic ciplullle reprowntatlvo rlprlnlnlv In 11 Cara Caracas CArl Carad1t14
cas CI would woull withdraw wlhtrw and lie hI requesten rlelllllfc that thatMinister thntllllllr thatMInister
Minister llllllr Bowen 10wII I Is placmi in II charge of ofItalys nfIlnl ofltuuls
Italys Ilnl interests Ilhrllhl Mr Hay 11Y promised prollS lrlt to In Instruct InIrllcl Insintict ¬
struct to that effect tl on condition cndition th Ihnl t the thoVenezuelan theerwzuelan I Illlzllnn
Venezuelan lllzllnn Government oprmpnl would oliel recognize recognizehim rfgnl71
him him ns Italy Jlal Italys representative representativeCOWL rlpfAtnllllve rprtsuintathvoOSf
COWL 0 OSf < 1 L I1KAIIS 11Wi izt uS IHOM lW1 CASTHO CASTHOIntliuiliim tSTIZOliuthuulmsns < IO IO1llluI81
Intliuiliim 1llluI81 far tlr the tll Government Conmnrl names lumnUnrrlptlnn namrUtlrllton namesIPeserIpIlen
Unrrlptlnn Utlrllton 1 II liii 1 In Secretary Irpta Calilm CalilmA Cahlt ailesA
A cablo chlo despatch elpaloh from Dr Forres Forrl Car Cardenas Cnrdlnl CarInneR ¬
InneR dlnl Secretary Hrrlny to President Irelllnl Castro C tro of ofVenezuela ofrnlzula ofsnezueha
Venezuela rnlzula tolling tuln of a I demonstration temoltrtlol In Inhis Inhi Inhis
his hi favor on titus th part of the citizens cllzfU of ofCaracas ofarRcM ofaraca
Caracas arRcM on Monday and of the feeling feelingaroused fl fnelln fnellnaroused ns
aroused nrou81 aroused throughout throlRholt Venezuela VInlztla in support supportof RUpfr RUpfrof supportof
of his attitude ntludf in the AnjcloGerman AnloClrma Im Imbroglio hnbrollo hmnbioghio ¬
broglio brollo was 1 received rlM late Jil yesterday rlRtlrtoy after afternoon nflfr nflfrlon afternoon ¬
noon lon at It the Venezuelan nprlllnn Consulate COIRulatf here hereTho horeTho lucreThe
Tho despatch Ie patoh Is L t as 1 follows followsA folowR folowRIolln
A solemn Iolln meeting ffUnw organized hy h the Ih hon honorable horiorsihihi ¬ I Ioall
orable oall pHtriotic IHlr ot board lood of citlren cil711 presided presidedover lrRltld lrRltldpr rutItlndtimer
over pr by l Don Iunn K E81ban Euteb3ri tol > ui lilnnrrs Iilnrl a prnrnl prnrnlnfnt Iroll Irollnrnt pmotuulricoh
nfnt ini rui wealthy wlolhy merchant ulrIRnl was WoR held 11ld liere lierejTMtenlay 11 IirsyistIruia
jTMtenlay IrI Over Ofr IwiXK 10 persons rlrOM iiirfd Rarld from fromWnshlnuten frol rota rotanstuimueton
Wnshlnuten Squore tulrl and ull tnarrheil 1Ardld to Hollvnr HollvnrSqimre fliitvarSutiart nlur nlurlar
Sqimre < lar wlicre whelt 1resldent Jrf ldllIIlrn Costrfiund insure und the III mem memb Om Omt niembr
b t br < r of hh ht Caliinct CI hllpt appeared anarld and acknowl acknowlrd acknolIdld ncknowlcdiid
rd Idld cdiid td tlio t iii rminifesMtlon rminifesMtlonPresUlfiit IInifMlallon IInifMlallonPrpicnl Hull nifustationIrsideiit
PresUlfiit Prpicnl n ulro tro wa was M th ohject of n 1 iinan iinanIrnoiiR lMn lMnImol uinauuhtnouis
IrnoiiR Imol cvition Vtt 101 lou Tho pirpo IPO i of the th t to ineetinir ineetinirwas 1nl hued in in inant
was IA to approve alilrolp tli thus flrm frl unit nd patriotic Ilnlrlolo stand stnniltaken standtkcmi InndInlll
taken Inlll by I thu Ih Government Oornnt A battalion hnlalon of ofuniversity nf111lroil ohiluilversut
university 111lroil iluilversut students otudlnlt voluntarily vollnlrir oruanlzed nrlll7111 a and andrormd andformed nil nilformed
formed thin 11 punrd lnr1 of Prenident PrRldlt Castro IastroIhi CnPro CnProI CastroI
Ihi I hp > entliuftuKm
pnlhulul throughout thrOllholt the Itopnhllo Itopnhlloto 11I1hlo
to stand hj hI y the Ih Oovernmint o 1 lllln I In the Ih stand It Itha IthlR hilinus
ha hlR linus taken 111n hnlTki haml description descriptionThis dl descrtretontthguietl rlrlon rlrlonShII
tthguietl ShII 1JlnKA houiuucs CMn 4A 4AThl s sThis
This despatch dl pntoh Is the first frst that Consul ConsulEsteves Con ConsulEstrs 11
Esteves 11 has hl received rfld since lnC the thl Veneuelnn Veneuelnntrouble Venrzulautrouble nl7ulnl
trouble readied rlnchpt tho Ih present pfnt ncuto stage stngonnd stagetutu tnf
nnd 11 tutu ho h lii and IHI his 1 i nusitn u < sl Itlnto < itnnN ruts aro am inOch pleased pleasedwith pnf1 pnf1with Pliasclw
with w Ith the I In news I it I contained containedMr cunlahllt
Mr ul Ir r LlnaiTH 11111 who is II mentioned 1ltolflllultll 1ltolflllultlltho niunt loneti ns heading headingtho hiiiu II rug rugthiij
tho demonstration dlmollratlun is thn Ih wealthiest Wlllhll1 man manIn lal luauIn
In Caracas laracl and nld hue Ihl largest Ilr 1 coffee cII exporter exporterIn Ixllnhr IxllnhrIn
In Venezuela 1nevuln nnzuiha His iL Influence 1101 It wiu WI said saidyesterday I111 I111ylcrday saulysterday
yesterday U L very r great and alel he hI has h not notalways 10t riotalways I IIlway
always Ilway Uen 11n friendly frlIII to Castro lIAtro although Rlhuugh ho hoDr huhM lietins
hM 11Ir tiever Inly tnkn Fld ltles a against nlnI hll hInt hIntDr
Dr Esttvow tlV has ha not lot yet ut received rfllwl a areply arlll arehih
reply rlll rehih to tho th I is Inquiry Infulr he ma ia o by h 1 ty cablo 11111 cal ih ns nsto n nto
to what ho hl rhould hollle do with uuit ilh hi thin IIII npplle nlplmllonl nupltcationui nupltcationuihui tlons tlonsho
ho hl was receiving fIIlnj fromwoiildbo from from wOllldPI uouildbn volunteers volunteersVesterday volunteerseierulusy Iunlr IunlrfIIretn
Vesterday fIIretn the th ni n nish h of soldiers Idlprl of fortune fortuneto
to thin Consulate OllRllnio was 11 still tl on onOne out0ui
One 011 0ui man Iln wrote ol offering oflrllp lila hl senIces Inll be because h hnu hicicause ¬
cause nu I line Infernal Inflnlnl Britishers Drllhr liner ha Vote Venezuela Votezuela 111 ¬
zuela zlPln by h the thl throat throat Another wroto rll that thathe Ihntht thinthe
he ht was aa a firm fml lx Illowr believer > linvi > r In the I hI Monroo Innrn Doc Doctrine nn nntllo IucI < ¬
trine tllo I and WOM W willing mhl to fight flhl for fo r it If he heeouldfiet holull1 liiieouldgt
eouldfiet lull1 1 Ills hil way a paid Inll to Venezuela IIOZIII Nearly Nearlyall Slarl Slarlal NsarhnIl
all al thin to writers say 1 5 they have hlvl soon mili military mil miltnr inlh inlhtary ¬
tary tnr service nil hero hlr either i hr In the National NationalGuard
Guard or the Regular llnr army ar
Dr Beeves Epl vP and Ine his 1111 assistants I asshstnntsnssuumNl asshstnntsnssuumNlan IRtnntAnMlmNI IRtnntAnMlmNInn assumed assumedan
an air of great prol mystery mYttlr yesterday when whenasked wh vhietaskesi n nnll
asked nll > 1 If they t hl1 worn Irl buying hlil arms armsWe arlR arlRWn arnieVn
We Vn can Fay nothing notMn about that Ihatl said Nll
Dr Estevps Ervp and he hastily Rtly withdraw withdrawInto wi
Into his hi private office o f c No munloll munitions nemw nemwInlo of ofwar ofnr cii ciiwar p
war nr were in sight sightTho Rllht sIghtThe I IThe
The Venezuelan lnl7lplnn firms frmA In this thl city ciy yester YfAllr ¬
dl day were Wlrn eagerly fnlfrl awaiting nwnltng Urn arrival of oftho ofIho ol r rI
tho I ho Bed I I Linn Meamor flllllr Maraoallx lnrlalKI which whichrcachod whichIlchJJ
rcachod IlchJJ Quarantine QuarrUne last i1 night nljht too Into latoto latito S
to get to liar pier Ilnr In Brooklyn Jonklrl She Irft L
I La Guayra Cuf on 01 Dec Dlo 8 0111 and Caracas Iratol a dav davlater dBVIltor da
later Iltor Thnt wua w after afllr tho arrival of tho thowar thiwlr hit hitwar
war wlr vessels but hit before tho ultimatum luid luidl lu lu11n I
l 11n lxan > eon writ writFew sintFew lt ltFl
Few Fl order orllrl have been 1 > 01 received rllvo from fromVenezuela fromIllzuola tori toriscuiezuela
Venezuela Illzuola by h cable LII for a week wlll and ald trad tradwith tradf S Swith
with Ith that country oouliry Is I practically prcllclr paralyzed paralyzedAlthough pnruiy7ethudthoughi > rll7I rll7Illt
Although hough few of the merchants havo
llt lerchall hlo yet yettaken yetlakll ye L Ltaken
taken lakll a very er serious IrlOIR view vlo of the t he trouble troublet1 I
t1 1 I h ° > ngnnts a nll nxHl 1Ihll moceIsti l no I lu incstis 1 iuucsagi lg j stating statingitennl AIAlnK staint
1lllnlr plainly whether their ahhp hip Iho Zul Zuile flhr1 enterts itennl itennlit L LUi
L Ui Clarr blayrri on Sunday OJ or not Al All Ihntlhl Ihntlhlm1K hint it tho thomwisago thufleesntguu
mwisago m1K stated talOI was W that tLt hho Iho had arrived arrivedCOIOMHIA nrrlvlo arrivedCOLOMIIJA
COIOMHIA iioiNo Cona TO FSKUKIAH FNEVUloS Ala >
A cabin Inhln depitch ee plrh received rlId hero hlr yisterdnv yisterdnvsaid YItlrdn YItlrdnNll Al i isaint
said Nll thnt J0 20W Colombian llnrllnn troops havo hlo started startedon llt lltIn
on In a mnroh Inrh from Cujutu CI uIK lo a point on th thnezia IhfICZIIln thucnczuielauu < S
fICZIIln cnczuielauu nezia > Un frontltr frulhr where whtm they tllY will 1 camp clm clmand cam I Iand
and await awu doveUipnients The di dCRII dceaatc dceaatcsaId i > itch itchwild lch lchAld
wild that they thin havo Ilvr t been > > een n placed at the theIIIt1NI thuiIiuuoral
disposal IIIt1NI of President lrlldllI Castro CatroColombia CIMtro CIMtroColombll
Colombia Colombll n year rlr ago was wal herself hlr Alf on 01 the theverge n ncrgn liiiverge S
verge of tf if war IRI with wih Venezuela cnlwela That 11 Mie sb ho a ashuoulti
hould holit be h fending flndlnl troops troo1 to Castros C Irl aid aiducvlttxi nldIxltld alu aluexcIted
excIted Ixltld surprise lurprla here Irt to put Plt it I mildly mildlyVeneruela midly midlytnllltla mildlyenrrnela
Veneruela tnllltla ApoloRlred Afnlol17t1 to nelnlam nelnlamSpttlal HelilamSpecf tlalol
Spttlal SIta Specf Z CMi DiipaKh 1llach lo Tn TUB Slit SCKBnuHBEU 51 SlitBUUIINEIM
BnuHBEU nVRI Deo Vt lo 10Replying eplying to tl a quos question qll0 ¬
quose
tion tOI In Iho Chamber of Deputies I11tIR today todaytoncernlng todnyonclrlng tocia tociaconcernIng e
concernIng < onclrlng tho arrest arrt of tho Belgian dllon Consul Consulit nRII nRIInl I Iitt
nl it C Clr8 Caracas raca Baron Dn do Favereau Favenu Minister Mlllsler of ofForeign ofIorelgn o f fIoreign
Foreign Affair Anl explained oxplalne that tho arrival arrivalvnr aresI aresIl armoelwas
was l an In unman uror for which hloh the Venezuelan Venezuelanauthorities Venezuelarauthorities Inzulln InzullnIllhorltt
authorities Illhorltt had apologized nploplzl Tho To Consul Consulho COIII COIIIho
ho lidded vas 1 charged clrged with wlh tho protection protectionof
of Belgian lllol Interests IntlI and his hi Instructions Instructionswould In81rotolH In81rotolHwoulrl Instuujtiouuwould Ilrotltol
would be supplementjd In the thl event 1lnt of
fresh developmfnts developmfntsTo dellopmlnt dellopmlntT dovclopmcntsToCareaCotdlaoaOsy IPIIlmnlr
To T ToCareaCotdlaoaOsy Cor Can a Cold U I 0 D Da DaTae r
Tae Take ke lAiiilve llle Drama Qulaln Qulil T Tb TibiaI bl M All drur
rl uu refund rfund the Ib raonty mD It 1 n I r faUs ai U tocure LoC A jj drll W V i
rov rovsirasuirs on i l04urt Irlun Ura I 0 ucUboc t1 bo Mc 3 3i 3tsld dt
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Continued Contnurd from frm Ftrtt fagr fagrtrial Palr PalrI Pagrrich
trial I ral Hit I Ii knew kllw that overy ttr tuer Alderman Alclnnan ha hamade html ln1lill htmluuutuhi
made lill u uji uJ u his hi mind Illd ni hal and Ilcl the t he ixxiplu 1110 demand demandaction dtutiii tlllnel1 tlllnel1lon nulsI nulsIaction
action lon Delay OIln must 111 foster lhr in II thin tl publi publimind Ilullo IlulloInild hiUlihicnlniti
mind Inild i an Idea Idl of sinister hllltr motive motiveAlderman nlolhAldrlll ntotIsA
Alderman Aldrlll A MathcWH iat lall huiws explained OJllllll1 cx ihal riitl that I Alder Alderman Althrilan llr llrInl
man Inl m Uatnuin Ultlll ii was wa Ill 1 and nie Ciii I could cou ulll Id not attend attendHo nttle at tit tI tIIi
Ho I I Ii and all Alderman Aldllal A ldutuiut ni Tworney TWII Iuiiu riley were tho tl t lit onl onlabsentees clily clilynbhK emily emilyribstuit
absentees ribstuit iii on 11 I iii thin final fnlml roll call callBorough 11 tishiliemoughi
Borough BOfulh President IrlcHI Cantor Lulllr Mood 1001 with wltlTarnrniiny wit
Tarnrniiny Tallnll on 11 this I ijuclidii cIUIlol quest huui and III ii nil voted vol 111 uui for foithu flr flrIho forIto
thu t Ito substitute suhst Uh lllt it ut i lliu 110 Ii in t Lhlllin bstlluto list I t iii ii was WI lost lostJf itetyes
Jf 31 yes 31 noes 11t1 35 35friend
friend lrllc of If tho III tunnel t 111 wero If mado 1111 appro approhenshe oPllrl api ire ireuenol
henshe hll h uenol h I s by h I this Ihl t lilt voto lln oti They TII Ihiu feared fnfd that t I Imight I it itIght
crucial crlcnl might Illhl m Ight not lnt time limeIOVII timeDovutt l 11 o > nblo abl to I u gel gll forty fort y votes II ut tin tincrucial 1m 1mcrlcnl t Ii Iicrucial
10111 IOVII KAYH IArH PIATT lIA1 OIlDKIlFn onDtREI IT ITTlio 11 IT1hio
Tlio 11 juniority Injori y njMiit repel I using 1111 then tl1 t bin up 1 for foiaction fornclol foractIon
action nclol Ahkman Alde111 A ltii luau Goodman until ICJIUI tutui ti started llrllcl off lIl Ii IiIts hi hiI iiits
Its I I ts dofcnco dfcIC du fcuicc nnd nlcl was 11M hi Iiisiw < l by b th hits laltoi laltoiagitntorH lalHlrIJllalor laisirtight
agitntorH IJllalor tight ultors In II I ii tho tll I hu gallery 110 nl1 and tho thl lii aisles 11 win winhud wllohlfl whotuaui
hud hlfl bwn L 1 brought Ilflghl thero IhlII by I Alderman AIIrmul A I heruuianu Doull DoullAlderman DOII touilhA
Alderman A 110118 lninirtin I ii MiCall Itlnl mado Ild reply ICfl mclii for tho th t he on onnonontH op oppllnil cupS cupSportents
portents pllnil of tho grant Jmll nnd nld Nilcl Nlll that this tliltBoard thll thisItoarul
Board Hoare of Aldermen Alchrrel was wa tlio tht finest fl1 lot o opublic uf ufpullc ofpiihulio
public pullc servnntM fRII ever biought IJJllh together togetherAll IClellr
All A 1 II the tI I in ChamlxT Cbnltr Chin miii or of Commerce CUrIII oiruuieIct < and I a l us I Mor MorchantH ulorchant llr llrcll
chant cll II I Association AAoclnllol Aits elation men 111 who wanted WIIIIcl tintunnel I tin tututtiniuuI
tunnel 11111 Alderman Aldlrlnl A Iderimuri ii McCnll ilcCa lcll1 II said Mle lived 1d II uid Ii IiNew II Ini IniNtv
New lochell Jn < II Mamnroiifck lamnllk and alllph a tuth such places placesOf plll plllOf PlacusOf
Of coursn lr the meeting 11tl couldnt 1 IIIJIt get getthrough Jt JtIhrough getthrough
through without wlholt itll bout two t so s 11 l > sechies c < hos by 1 I i Alder Alderman AhhrInl A IcIer IcIermacui
man Inl Doull Iulii Ho 1 declared IIllrd c that thlt Stmtoi StmtoiPlutt Hlltor HlltorIlait SenuttorIlutt
Plutt Ilait had ordered thin Republicans 1tpuhlcll to vot votfor volo volofor votisfor <
for the Ih tiimiel t tuumutalI 1111 1111I
I chnllitigo lnllllo tie Ih Ahlerman Alprmnl to tl namo lamo one oniBepubllcan onnJcplllan oneBepubliran
Bepubllcan Jcplllan or faionlM fll ioll1 who was a wnt Iml foi foior for foror foror
or ordered ordnc ordered said Id Aldrrmnn leIrlal Mclnnes MclnnesI llnll
1 cant clnI name nnll out 11 Oh but hii I know that tllt Platt Platidid Plattdid Plattctltl
did said I li Doull DoullMIVNKM DOIJ 1ouihMIEH
MIVNKM OIVKM oln t nvu 101 > TIIF Tit IIK IIKThat MRTholl tIFThunCs
That Tholl ThunCs n ni IIo lii Kild 111 ikl Alderman Idrlan Mclnnis Mclnnisnnd iIclnncsnail
lnnp lnnpanl
nail tho t hue 10 turbiilonco lu t lllllC that Ilal I hun t followed follwc ftil ltavcl calo calofor RhIodI RhIodIcur <
for flr cur all ni al I the I lie violence lolI Ii ihncn which w hilchi Presitlent In II11 Fornei Forneiund Flrl F or INI tics ticsund
und Ild his gavel IIIulllrflllld IIIulllrflllldAldermAn oould commiind commiindAldornwn comnunuuiirahAlileruuian
AldermAn Wirth Wllh of Brooklyn IruklI who chi ho wbi wbinow whnt whntIOW wiubnunta
now IOW In II hi i huHlncsH hU I for hlmell hhn1 I is I a rnomlx 1rlr sr > r ol oltbo If IfI ofthu
tbo I I Dookhindorrt lkllnelIrt Union said 1 lei ho h lii wantnotho wantno wantualthifl
tho Ih tunnel tlll1 liocnuw I tho franchise fmlIhl was wa wanll fur foitho rorth furt
tho th t hit hl hllh ii hot t Interests IltNel hit oret s of tba t h working world rig people peopleAlderman PuopliA
Alderman AldrUnn A Doull Duuiavl says that Ihalonl t only ll thn Ih I I iii silk silkstocking llk llkIlokll
stocking Ilokll 51 ock I mug businessm 11ln hitisI uiesi ril mnui n want 111 lt this Ihl t hilt tunnel tunnelsaid 11111 t uuuumnlsuulul
said 111 Aldiirnun lcf1n Wirth Wirt irt h I represent rprJnt tlio tliocottonsock Ihocotontk thocottonusook
cottonsock cotontk Aldermen AldermenAIIK AlllrIPn AlllrIPnAiE
AIIK AiE 1111 onniFns < 1IFI1 AIDKHMAN IIWI N THANKS Tn XKS non oonArrnltngo 001 nonArunitage
Arrnltngo Arlltr Mulhevs lllh who is I Abo Al > ii OniberV Ollhrl
Alderman drnn hit hi nt lt Alderman IdI111 WIIlh Vlrlh by I hi wiyins NlrlnIlt
hat Ilt I ho h iii had no cillousod 11111 ca llouiss I hands hlll to t o exhibit ox hiltiht
but bil I nit ho h could how a I disjointed 11Jtillt 1 linger hi rigor got gotwhile gotwdillo
11Jr Iul Iulwhlo
while whlo playing larllJ ball ballThank hlii heuil1hcuuuk
Thank CJKI lod there thlro are no fusion fURl on strirw strirwon strIpes strIpesout
on 01 me 10 Mid Alderman Alienlnl A Mathews lllhpw Iuit hews But I Ivoto IvoId
JII
voId 0111 l tho tlu fusion fl lon ticket beoauso hmnul It won n my myparty I
party ticket ticketAro Ilkl mickctAri
Aro you 01 ouu sorry orr now IOW asked a kfl Big J Tim
Folty Fol across ncro the 11 i ha floor floorNoncommittal flioronucotnunlttal
Noncommittal onnrrlltli Mid alrl Alderman A Irrml1 Mathow In I hl
Figures I Illflof of s ssueIt > c < < uh w wr n plentiful Ilenllfllln In Aldoi Aldoiman Ablemmimi leIl leIlInl
man Inl Mathewort IRlhl address neeln Ho II said Ilcl thegrant the Ihcrnt tIungrant
grant rnt reminded fmlnrll rnil nehisi him hll of tho I hI h brandliil IraldI 1 poaches poacheswhich peachinuswhIch > dl dlwhkl
which whkl an old maid Inll sent lt to a luichelorlt luichelorltwasnt hl bachelor < hlor11 hlor11wnlll f It Itvnsnt
wasnt wnlll so 0 much tho IIache > cauhcs an Of tho I thu ho spirit in inwhich iiiwhuichi
which hldl shin hl sent Int them themCANTOR tlwI thiinicAToR Jlrit Il
CANTOR IIIFFFIiH IUFy11 WITH WI Tn corny COT OK 01 AFPKA18 AFPKA18Then ArrtAITIII AFCiAIArhuu
Then TIII caret car Pnsident In lehnl Cantor anumor In tho Ih Inns InnsprepnriHl In Inprfpnfl
prepared prfpnfl effort Ilcrt hi II which whllh lm I declared rllnf 1 over overand overutnil Ir IrIltl
and Iltl over that t ho h did elel not 101 ciro IMI ca rc what whll the t hue per JMTsonal perusunal r rAI
sonal AI consequences cnnscsuntcus tnlght rl nil ghit hl bo 1 I ii to t ti him hll huh nut so 0 long OMB
I as ho voted ol for tho Ih I hut cause Inu of labor 011 He
didnt dlcnI think t the t lie Court Cllr of Apitoal AplHnl1 A was n right li
In holding hotlnl tho I h lii prevailing prlvnBlg rats rl of wagon wagonclaiiMi wiugsclause flht
clause lal to bo hi unconstitutional Illonlllllnml umnicainitituir burial Ho 10 WII1 also alscriod nilo nilorlwl alsorhel
riod rlwl to show ho bow 110 tho Ih t hut tunnel would destroy d
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tho t hit States Slnl canal In11 system systemBWANHTROM Myhl systznSWANu4TROt
BWANHTROM K ITRO IIIFnI I1FFFtm WITH II CANTOII CANTOIIBorough CATOI CATonIBorough
Borough llroljh President Pniell Swniistroni Sln lrol of Brook Jrook ¬
lyn toro Mr Cantors nrgiimontsnll to pieces pl
lanisurprlMHlKiidhothitMrtnntor lanisurprlMHlKiidhothitMrtnntora 111 I unit stirprlsnti lrprlI llid staid 111 lit UIIIIallo t ha hat lr1 tr nllnr nllnrn aritor aritora
a lawyer lawcr1 I Ixlleveshould hIIhnlll had undertake luhrlak uu niulumnui k to make makesuch IAkl iris kr kriuuehu
such lh an alnrllfPl1 argument hero Ir Vou tout 01 cannot lol make makean IRk IRkan makean
an unsound Inlc ii proposition propoRllol i uropeslt hen found fUld soul rid vou 01 cannot cannotmake nllnntlak fluiflttuutik
make lak an al unconstitutional Inmnt uincouist I It lt mit lonal thing I hll constitu constitutional lI onism 11 Itu Itutlonat I ¬
tional tnaL by thn Ih consent rn11 of parties PIt arthus to It I That
Is plain pllln but wellostabllshiil law II But 1hal if ifthe IfIhl ifthe
the Ihl eighthour llhlhollr law Ilw should hollel 1 is < ionstltutionnl 111
It I I t could a lll tIluI not Inl lm I Is enforced lnfrle snforua I In II 11lllllonnl this Ihll t contract c < unlrn unit reel < l
for If the Pennsylvania PInnlIlln failed fllli to observe ohlre
It tho th I hut city Il cit y could ooUlelol cou Id not provo damages daIAll on that thatground thaIrounI I hiatground
01
ground rounI Therefore Thlrforf It I would wOllel lie Ineffective IneffectiveALDERMAN hIIcll ItitITtctivuATnEnitAr
ALDERMAN AIltRMAN SUIUVANH IUIIANH KFFOIIT KFFOIITLittle tFFOIT tFFOITIlll EFP0RTLittle
Little Illl Tim Sullivan Sllhln said Illd that I hii this Ihl I huh was WIR ono onoof onl oneof
of tho Ihllll I tin times I when courage cnuuru lrlt ii of onos Ol iv ciuuivk ciuuivkI > nvlc nvlctinns II IIIIfn
Inns IIfn I > must 0111 h I si > < HiiHtalnod II1Irl ncalnst nlmll n 1 public publicopinion pullc pullcopinion Ph 11 It Itopinilori
opinion The Thl Democrats nrort wero rl carrying carryingout arrllg
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out tho I lie Republican Ilopti Ipllhlh1n hI lea ii municipal munl a i a ndcIIa < lpnl I platform platorl tulat fontut
Tho Th Democratic Ifro < rlll organization nr nnlznllon of Vow Voworknot Newnrk
Yoknol orknot nrk not tho I hI hue organization orRnllzallfl nrganilzat ion which whtf hf h President PresidentCantor Irlenl Irlenltnlior PrsIiIniantar IW
Cantor tnlior antar referred rfrpe to but 1111 wo vt art Ir very VI 3 proud proudto
to have him nsannllv nlnnlh rican nile I It standing IRlllnl todav todavwild totlavselil
wild 111 he for tin principles which loen yell 01 llo llopublioins I Ittipuuhilicautit
publioins PlllllHlnnd and fiisionixl should houll liofor Iw for or al although II IIIhomh although ¬
though wo WI item wiped Id out of ofllco Ome a year yearago eat eatago R RI
ago I O last election electionAlderman 1111 eietbuuiAlthurunan Ion IonAldrlan
Alderman Aldrlan Sullivan Hlllvnn wild It lul It I wan wn trite Irul that thatnil Ihntni tintnil
nil ni thf Ih newspaper Ilwpapf were r for tho h franchise frnld frnldow
Now ow I dont eun say I uta that I heit tho Ihlllf t tue press ha has Ixen
bought 11llhl but hii it I can 11 IK subsidize 1111 rl11 just jl1 as aswell a aw1 asvuhh
well w1 n no iuc any an meml Ilmlr nutuuhsr > r of this Ihl t his Board Illare of Alder Aldermen Alchrln Althernoon ¬
men ln can 111 IM ho h went wI11I on ff Turning llrllll to the thecrowded I thinprowl h hfrwlld
crowded frwlld prowl lual galleries IIINII gir I icr Ins hosatd he I in aiel The Thl oopln > you yousvo iilr iilr544l
svo around nrnllullurn ui miii i rich hero hem toilay Inlla t v art tho t hi people ptai ult who whonro ih ihnr vhioor I
nro nr or against alln this I hi his franchise franchiseIJM frauuehlstS rllli I
S 11 Iiss IJM It I said Ilt Alderman Alelrlan DowllnK DoIIII and andtheyll anudtheyll
theyll thl1 all ni get Iel work workA Ir
A doen Iowl other spe sIsashis ohos followed fnlow > Thiclock The Tll Theclock >
clock olk shouod a few tee mlnuten rilll l lfom foro six sixnnd sixnod Ix
nod < 11 Mttlo Illl 1 It t hi Tim TI ru Sullivan St III i hi I cmiii wax Wl putting uutt t I ui chin chinwhtskorH ch il ui uis
whtskorH s hI on 01 0i n pen pln I icli and 11 Ink in k putlnr drnwijig tI rnwiuu g of
President IIilnt 1ornes Jorn oruies which whllh ho hI h had emwlnl turd mado IIIlf when whenthn whnIh lien lienthin
thin Ih rollcall rolln1 was wn as ordered onlnl Moro ror hmWh 5laeehtoN 5laeehtoNvern pfhf > > ft ftwero
wero mado Inel ns R thin Aldermen AldNllln exlnlne Ixplnlnlllhelr Ixplnlnlllhelrvol uxplalntI < l their theirvote theIrsPot
vote vol sPot la
onANT OIANT iMFSKD IA HFD nr 11 A rrosK nOHy SHAVE SHAVEWhen 8IAI strAygSIien
When tho clerk rk reached rlnhfci hue th end Ind of tho
lIst I the th first frt tlmo tllll tiunettuo tho I hI franchise frnchl had hnrlfl1 hnrlfl1onl received receivedonly ntciisialonly
onl only M 0 vote voteAbontoo votesAheeuttens olf
Abontoo Ah fnlf wero wprl called Inll for and nnrlho tIme second socondcall secondrahi
call rnl brought IIInufht tli II t I > voto uot 1 up 11 ui to IS q On tho thothird t I1 hI Ii Iithird
third thlrr call for nh absentee lnll Illch Iuunlil Iiindy c cc if thin Ih
fortieth voto 01 for the Ii grant Imt nnd ach allrr a r went wentup WIII WIIIII n1t n1tmu
up II mu t Thin Krarit gm rll rut Imd hlcl I mis i 43 t vole uul 1 cc on Of U I L I e nallot
but 1 tuit Brcnn Irnn hirunniir rclmiircd rhAII1 ehunmi hllinvhiithetntnl hl hi 1II r ulut g I I hue Inlnli t at nnlol oh H
The Th Broiikljii Irnokl11 Bbs ik l Ii follows fII rll wouldnt wnldlt i ii ii I ii t holdout holdoutsaid holrl out nUlralel outsaul
said ralel Alderman Alrlrnnil OniTriov rhllnJ uiffruo ono 011 of tho thl I lie Tam Tammany 111 Ianuunany ¬
I
many IIY leaders IIrr of tf the tll opposition oppositionTIIF fll llon llonTHY
ruIn THY VOTK VOTKTho voinThe on onThl
The Thl vote otp on thin IiI final fnal passage of thin
Pllul Pennsylvania hnnln tunnel tlnn1 I wn woe n as n follows followsIn folowl
In larr furor nrorAH Alt 11 Rep nl Brooklyn IMrmnn
Inp I Ilron rnnx Bennett iiniii it Hep llrooklyn Hill
Pll htui llrooklyn klyiiCo foyitev oc itev piiii I tuui Manhattan ul a ri Iiuit t tu
Culkln 11 II n Dem > ent Manhattan nieidnon hI IlIln01n Hep Il
Brnnklrni Dowllrie Uiin Manhnttnn uuitihuuiu rail flown nownnK
Inol nK Hep llronklrn qnldwater ilI isuil r Hep llronx Iiranicniolinsuu
lIoo lioixlinnn lmAn < Iten 1 Miinhnttiini HarnliflifeiiT
llem I huui Bronx Holler HII hI Brnoklyn llnlrnot llnlrnotHep I
Hep Manhattan llnu lIe mil Itip Munhrittnir tt uuuliultuu
Jiitne hut Hep QUn Juoj Klitt 1IIIIf hIs It 111 < e > Miinliattiin Iituhuuili ii iinir
Jxltrir Irllnr nir trp If llronx Itriui IiiKfllnw omlfI1 np
Bronx rund Iuiuly > Hyp 1111 Iu llrooklyn Mnlone MnloneHep 1110
Hep llrimldyn ilru kI a Mnloy Inln Iuitv Hep ht p Illcliiiioml llkhuuuiuuiultlyr
N Mr yir Hep 1111 11th Mnnhnttan dnens I Uiin I uuu uuuliruhuattauu
Mnntiattan Iorons 0011 Hep IIf Manhattan Ick PukIiruus
Hei HroiiT Seelieik Itf IIfl In p u llrnoklyn Khen llIn
Ren Hlcriinonil Itlchuuuu iiii Miwart liltw Hep Il i Brooklyn
lefilits tIoI i HIMI It Brooklyn WullI VidldPj uhlIe < > lip ItllIlritklyni
llrooklyn iiro lIr 10 ll llli > p Manhnttnn llllhllllnll Weils tViu IIfI u
llep Hrooklvn Wlilitt IIIIt Rrp lIt lu Ilulno Mien Wirth Wirthlep I lit Ii Iiliii
lep 11 Hrooklyn PreidiMit PrlI 111 Cromwell c H IIitlrtinuinnuul l >
Illchtnnnili IIlchlnol1li President Cnmldv tshlc lem IIeIIIllllpen ytieenj Qu I ui uiIInltui
Preslilen Irl lrln ilaffen Dem I III Hrnnx PrH rtel11 ldent ldentHwiililrom
HWIIIIt Hwiililrom Tuna Hep Brooklyn Prrsldent PrrsldentIurneM lr
IurneM Iurll Rep Mnnhattnti Vleepre IplreInl ldent
Mrlmie > tlr I ru < Itvp Brimklyn Total i ntiI ilIl ilIliuihhlrIi t Ite IteimbllciiH 11 11IlIlblllIII
imbllciiH a 3C Democrat 1 7 7AtlJiiul 711li 7un
AtlJiiul 11li un auutt lliVhvln Do 111 II ii u Manhattan 1lnhAllnlltllrprl 1lnhAllnlltllrprlIwr Brent Brenner BrentI ¬
ner Dem I uti Brooklyn I n IlrMcis lrl IA Dem I I in Tlrook rook
Irn ilininh Iiqiuiliuru r Dem 11 Manliattiin 111 II 111 1111 Divlln Divllnill I fIIII
11111 ill Mnnlinttan Innl ltnn Dlimor Ill tuii HI H > I nt llrooklyn
Diet I if Ditn Matibaltnn nonnliun I ii > m
Miiniuiltiin Doull Dem ManlMttAiii utuuh itIutu M Flor Flor11111 IliumtltI r reiici
eiici Hep Maiiluiltin Vnl y s Hern Man In
liAlUli hal ni tlaflnev lIafTI I utTu liNn Miililinltin 101 l rhuai alllll unit 1111 Ciiit CiiitI a
peril 11111 I tuu Bronx Ilu nit illjlrn I iIlr ii Den I ii llrnoklfn till I Iii
Urn 111 Dem n Itlrlunoidi Ilk ltIluuiiriul 11111 Haceerty 1I1 rlv D m
Miiihiltiii ltllh 111111 llailnir ir r Deni Pnt Miinliattiin lInhn lIan
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Mniihiitlan Keily l Diin I utui llrnoklyn IlrnllhlII Ken Kenriidy 1111Ilfri Icru1enu
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thin ho Mayor to ho of furl Ho has already alreadyguided alf1lIdytlhl1lf1eel alriuaciysignhfhed
guided hub favor favorITHEB fn favorotniga vor vorOTIIER
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As noon as the passage of the th grant was wasnnounced wasnnnouincsaI aK aKnnllollnltII
nnounced Alderman Culkln Culk I ut called uti imp Iho Ihoow I ho hofVo hioNew
New ow York nrk and Jersey JIIN Railroad tunnel 1111111 1111 bill billhlcJi hiliwhlc11 hllIwhilcim
whlc11 hlcJi was nll reported favorably ln Lust t uuu4k uuu4kTh v k khe kfho
fho Th he terminus at Christopher street 11 ree rest Is In Inklderman InAldlrman InAltlerrnan
klderman Culklns wan watch Some of thin thoupporters Holuppor1om thinsupporters
supporters of tho Pennsylvania lellnll lvMla tunnel had badJ
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to1 Americas Best BestCHAMPAGNE BestCHAMPAGNE Bestj1
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GOLD SEAL has b bun n analyed and nd tested by the worlds worldsbtst worldsbest worldsbest
best doctors and most eminent chemists In competition rilli six of th thbest thbe the theheft
best be t Fr Funclu nch Clumpignrs the result of the analysis showed 1 II GOLD GOLDSEAL OOlDSEAL UOlDSIAL
SEAL to be purer and more healthful than any French wine ine with a amore amore s smore
more delicious bouquet bou ul1 and tlavor No Christmas dinner is complete completewithout completowithout
C z without it It costs less thin onehalf the pre of Imported wine wineORDER wintORDER wineORDIR
ORDER A CASE FOR CHRISTMAS CHRISTHASGOLD
It GOLD SEAL to Is sold by all firstclass grocers and wlna wlnamerchants wlnlI11ccJunls wIninierchant
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commcncm Dc Deccmlmr mnbcr 26th 26thFriday 26thFrkty
Friday and until furthcr noti notice noticetheir < c cthcir
their store will be closed at at5Pi
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promised him hlllllh they would voto VOl oln I for the Jersey Jerseytunnel Jr Jrtllnllll Jcryt
tunnel t If he h would voto Vol with w it hi them t Tho ThoNew Th ThfW TimNew
New fW York ork and Jersey tunnel franchlso con contains eontainis on onlalll ¬
tains 4 no elehthour or prevailing rate ml of ofwane ofwa ifwages
wane wa I clauses hut it t paH1ICI1 > as ed without debate debateby deballby debateby
by 45 5 to 1 15
ITXNSYIVAMAH MANS MANSTho lIAoiThn nuAsThe
The plans for thin Ih new railroad provide providefor
for the bulldlnit of nt nllellt at least five fi tubes IlIh of IS ISfeet I Ifll IMfeet
feet n inches Inch III diameter Throo of them themwill thllI1will tiuuuiutihi
will bo h under thu Ih North Blvornnd Hlvlr anti two under undertho IIlIdrII uuiiurthit
tho II Kast Hlver It ivir They Thl will w III rest on pile piers piersdriven plrIOdrhI1I pie rut rutdrien
driven down to solid 111 rock Knob tube IlIb will willhold willholel wIllhitdti
hold a sltiKln sin ln gIn lo track I The TI tunnel t system syst f1II tIi in into I Itto
to converge 101llrJlal nt thn th central nlml station In Thirty Thirtysecond thlrtyiecuuiul hirl hirloncl
second oncl street between Seventh nnd and Ninth Ninthavenues Slnlhavnu intlu intluavnuuc
avenues avnu This Thl station stat 110 will willi bo constructed constructedon IOII trlllld trlllldon
on in the th plan of tho Ih hit Qua dOrsuy dUrNl Paris but It Itwill Itwill itwIll
will bo twice ns II large IlIr I It is 1 Iu to 101 Ii bo 1500 I feet feetIn f1III feetin
In length 111I louigt lh hi nnd a rich tin WI fe f fist > l In In width whIt ltlth hi and will w III con contain 11111lain contaut ¬
lain twentyfive IWIIIIfj tw cot vfiv tracks Im t < k The cost of tho thowork t h hwork lie liework
work Is estimated nt fsoooonno In addi addition acldilion acidiI ¬
lion I to It tho yearly nrlv trackage I charges charp of Wcents 0ltIII W finfltt
cents a lineal Iltll l foot of tracK I to be doubled doubledafter ulouhuhethafter 10111111nfler
after ten year Inr tutu company Ollllll ln > will pay 111 rental rentalfor rlnl rnutalsfor al alfor
for sub I1I suituuirfnet iirfnco stations tat lotus for fonlualt vault priviliKes priviliKesetc IIIIU jiriviigttte
etc 11 which s will willbrln hiring the Ihl I hue total payment to tothe tuIh tolii
the Ih city for or the first twentyfive yearn IIH to toabout 10aboul toabout
about 2Wiotnxi fAiOmOO Thin compensation Is I to tobo 10I tohis
bo I readjusted IIncJJII hcI nt the end nd of every twenty twentyfive tent tentfiv twentyfie
five fiv years 11 PiiN In the event of the company and nndthe IlflIhl andI
the I hue city 111llllhorltlIlnlt cit V authorities nut hiorit Ire being unable to t o roach nn nnagreement niln altagreenuienit
agreement n rfllilllIt upon the amount to bo paid the thocompensation thl101II11tnllloli thecilhuiiutnsat
compensation cilhuiiutnsat lout I III to be hu determined by t > the theSupremo thoSuprelllJ thinMupreniuiu
Supremo Court CourtUK Courtlll Courttit
UK tit A TO SrPFRITEXn < I1111 TFD TVEL TVELFourth TrlrOIlrlh TUVLLIomtrth
Fourth VlrePrenlrtent or Penn Pennslvanha > lv hanl nl to toTako toTakl toTake
Take liame Here HerePliltjVDKlpitiv lIr lIrIlIl1AI herePmuhtADEhPlhIA
PliltjVDKlpitiv IlIl1AI > IPIIU Pa Doc 18 111It H wan wanannounced wasnniintinctd nA nAIlIlIouncld
announced semlofllcially today todn that thatSamuel thatSalllll1 thatSetitutth
Samuel Hoa fourth vicepresident vl prllelll1l of tbo tboPennsylvania Iho1I11hanll1 thiolehinsiVania
Pennsylvania Bailroad will 111 Ixi made resi resident reicleuct ¬
dent 1111 vicopresident lllprl lclellt III New N I York to super supervise superbe ¬
vise 1 be tho th t lie buildiiiK of tbo I hI tSOGOOOOo ooooOO tunnel tunnelnnd I II tuutuielclii nrll I I1I111111rlllllial
nnd 1I111111rlllllial clii I terminal t Tills Thl rnovo 1110 will 11111111 I ii rnako mid neces necessary 1U11 1U11tlllr nutcessary ¬
tlllr sary n special 1lcinllltln title for Mr Ir Hea In addition IIIUdcllllolltll additionto
to tInt of vicepresident vlprfI < ltllnt It will also alsocaiw 1110nil ahsmucates
caiw < nil thoolectlonof thin nlct Ion of anotlierviceprtmident anotlierviceprtmidentraising ahitit her vlcepreshhemit vlcepreshhemitraIsIng
raising the nurnlivr from rota four to five a nstop astup
stop which ha hues loeii contemplated contlrnll 1ted for two twoyearn t tu 11 11Inr oyears
yearn yearnKnch Inr InrEldl
Knch uchi vicepresident vlcepr shdont now has hll n xirtkiilnr iairtituilarlii xirtkiilnrlinn
linn lii of work allotted to him and and tho estab establishment estahhilinuent ¬
lishment of n resident vicepresident In InNew Insw
New sw York will require tho t he delegation dthigmit ion to t a him himof Idnuof
of certain powers a now posMKsol tu ssul by other otheroftlcerH otturofilcers
oftlcerH Mr Boa will havo nil powers powersnecessary PVrsnecessary
necessary to carry tho project through throughHo throughlii
Ho has had almost solo charge of tho t hiti ter terminal trnut ¬
minal nut cal plans for u year uar past tut All Ii plans pre prepared lirepareti ¬
pared by ht thin ox tsrt > rt engineers for forthun tlio work workhiivo vorkhuutvtu
hiivo passed through t his hands handsMr hiandsir
Mr ir lIce established a ion u umi e tntn depart department departuiwuit ¬
ment in New York and Mttirwl proMrtle proMrtleand propsrt lea leaauith
and thin necessary micesetrv rights a of way sa in Now NowJersey Nithtr
Jersey htr and 1omj loitri Island anti has attended attendedo am teuuiltulu
u o nil iii I mutters huuuit I rut of u it legislatIon leglsiat Ion Ho I Ic will sl II have haveunder I in en enhitcher
under him In Now York a r rca of nevemi nevemiI totmniliutuirimeti
I hundreil clerks to look ut real tHtuto tHtutolltiiinclnl tstatehitut
lltiiinclnl hitut cuciuil and construction cenist root liii deiartinerits deiartineritsViooPrroldent Itipuirt iillflt 14 14ictPrrshhent
ViooPrroldent Wllllim iIhl3rui N areen of thin thnPennsylvania thinPuruutiuIsotnult
Pennsylvania said tonluht tonluhtVn ton hit hitli
Vn li oipocted the fninchlso to pas iass all allntotii nitiutomig
ntotii Sooner or later It would havo line been beenKtnntoxl beengtisntod
Ktnntoxl Work irIc will bo hi begun immed immediately ininnetihitcly ¬
iately iatelyrooinirFF hitclyhrOohIfFI
rooinirFF GL 47 f fl or II FHACHISE FHACHISES FllieI1IcFSaaSlnce
S SaaSlnce > Since It nil ttIt Ilenelll Wljole lily Hrook ItmookIii
1 Iii > li Mint Irellt IrelltTho PmnfltTho
Tho first annual dimirr of the I he Brooklyn BrooklynLeague ItroohhyuuLeague
League was held In tho Montnuk Club limIt on onFlgbthavenue tnuEIghth
Flgbthavenue EIghth avenue Brooklyn last night There Therewas Therecius
was n largo attendance Kxllstrlct At Attorney Attommy ¬
tommy IIIrani ii imnn U Steelo presided and iid iiddrvMsos
drvMsos wen < auntIe by oxWntor Commis Commissioner oninilssinuier ¬
sioner J Hampdon Dougherty Public PublicVorkn PiilihIoiorks
Vorkn Commissioner William C Bedflold BedfloldComrnlwloner HethfIlthomnunisuttonier
Comrnlwloner of Vuter iuter Supply Col oh Hohort HohortOrlor ItcutsirttrIer
Orlor Monroo IJeutOov Timothy L LWoodniff botutinutT
Woodniff William ihhlam McCurroll tIn Bov BovDr Ib Ibhr
Dr H Pnrkos adman Frank Ii i Bibbott Bibbottof
of the Boird of Education President Henry
Sunger Snow of the 1olytochnlo Ilistltuto Ilistltutoand Imist Ituti Itutianti
and Frank Hnnoy Field FieldMeutlov FltltiLtrutflov
Meutlov Woodruff In discussing Thu ThuKolnllon TltnIhihol
Kolnllon Ihihol lou of Munlci Ituuulciiial > il Affairs to tilt State Statesaid Stat Statsaid
said that Brooklyn was greatly handicapped handicappedlxenus hiziuiuileuippuillwqiius
lxenus It WUH In the lii shadow of Manhattan ManhattanHeferritiK iluinhnttutnhttftrrinr
HeferritiK to tho congestion of Fulton street streethn ustrmtthits
hn nnld that dint twenty years ago Mayor Low Lowthen Lunthen
then Mayor of Hrooklyn sj spoke > oko In favor or ortho cI cIt
tho t lie extension ox teuisiout of Fhitbush Flit t huislu nvenuo mu This ThisMr Thu is isth
Mr th r Woodruff otI ruuff sold could havo ha vii been done nt ntthn mc mcthin
thin tlmo for or 1500000 1500000He lfnO000lie
He raid ho was glad to know that tho I Ii Board Boardof
of Aldermen had at last paused tin Ioiin Ioiinsylvanla PitiimtIvuinia
sylvanla tunnol t francliiso francliisoIt
It wax only a short tlmo ago hn said saidthat saidthat
that I was amazed to llnd a largo proPrthnuu pro projxirtlon
jxirtlon of If the Aldermen from auto Brooklyn
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100 White Shirts at 49c
They are the theElghme them
m Elghme J Shirt ShIrt1weliknown a awellknown
wellknown dollar1 dollar1brand dohlatbrand
brand brandFine I
ti
Fine Underwear Underwear98c
98c each eachfor eachfor
for pink and blue bluewool bluewool t
wool worth 200 200Kid 200Kid
Kid Glove 98c
of Imported stock harness sewn sewnworth sewnworth
worth 150 150Hats 150HatsNo
Hats HatsNo No Middlemens Profits ProfitsA
A single Hat at wholesale price
Flattlsh brims are arato areto
to be the style atyleThree styleThree
Three Grades
190 235 275 275Why 275WhypaySto4
Why WhypaySto4 WhypaySto4elsewheroi pay 3 to 94 94elsewhere
elsewhere V VOpera f fOpera
Opera Hats ribbed ribbedsilk ribbedahik
silk 480 480Silk 480SIlk
Silk Hats newes newesblock neweeblock
block 190
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Mens Shoes
400 Patent Leathers at 5235 5235About 5235About
About 275 pairs Packards and other othergood othergood
good makers also
325 pairs of Black calf and box calf calfi calfCustom
i Custom lasts
498 pair pairopposed pairThey
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last high heel j ja
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opposed ii uiaoeit lo this t hit franchlso rut nehilse They worn wornopposed eriu eriuI
opposed I to I 0 It iMoauso h waausi tliey I ha could not s see seetiiuit o othat
that llrooklyn was to I lie Unollted Thoy
forget tho h I it fict thatany t lint tiny Improvement that thatwill I ha t tusihl
will loneflt to I lit W ushnh city will benefit each
Individual Intl I etthuia I part pa it of it It ItASUKHS ItIiis1I
ASUKHS K Iiis1I < Llfill ATTACKS ATTACKSJerman 1 TL1ItSGtirnuuaru
Jerman Paper Sa > TIle Statue lnck of ofPlanners oflhaniuie
Planners lhaniuie In an Ally AllySpecial hl hlspccial
Special CuW DtipalOi ta Tics Sc ScBIIIIIS Sew Sewiiiuli
BIIIIIS iiiuli li lec lOCoininenting hO Ctiutuuuunitiuug on the thocriticism thecrit
criticism crit 1t1iu of EiiRllsh paper In regard to the thoalliance
alliance of t1 Oreat Biitiiln nun lernmny I
hi tho I It > cnezuelan inntitr tho Vottinche oseischo
Sntvrg says thin unfriendly tmnufrituitil voicen which whichnro whichart
art Hiimdlng across the t lie ciinnnol tnko up UI
more nltentlon lit t lit Itinu in Oermany C hriunit than I tholatcft t hue hat ccc cccihuh
disjuitchiH ihuh tittiim a from Venezuela uimztlut which contain containonly contaIntiuil
only tiuil v a milo itt I Iii nnwh The II it ptor uu r er iMntlnues tueut I uuiit
Ihui J11 a I I I t title > of f nun Ureuoml euicruul In Kn uihand uihandI land landthe
the I hue English j iirefH irtSu erich 1nrlianent justinos justinostho just if ifI
tho I ii doubts tInt have been expressed by thu
Oermaii prow IrC again cooperation with
England It Is to bo lio hiolieti i that leading leadingiennan
iennan itrhuinnt circlw will reels their I rrlnloiM
in regard to coaj cot3Iutmatiuuut > erntliin with wit hi England In In
tho t hit future atari It IH a lack of rimtmor to t o at attack attack
tack a partner Immediately lrnuuitsliatel after con
tractlng thin partnership pahlnershufiihiu partnershipinVNrw
inVNrw ihiu Ntiv ztrk ° rl < utrrslmulleiit Ioiulont of the thorankfurttr
rankfurttr ZiituHp Zcituit sonds n despatch to
jiU lilt rmer telling if m ituiversntlonH tuuutversnt Ions which
ho has bad with mvcral u venal American public
men on tho I ito imvnolan it Imbroglio I HOBAVH lie says
ho finds ri trend t of tooling among t him hit un which
makes tho t hi greatest great cuh forcHlRht t In handllriB hiutcIh log
tho t hut eiio7ueliiri mu < lUit Uwtlon lou n matter u lint t or of dutv hut y
Uin corrcsxjndent cart declanx tlmt I limit tho I liii new newagencii8 newnguicha
agencii8 send continually coat I niuuilhv from 1ondon I
Iaris amid Berlin I dwrmtclieH mhtslait elicit which w huich mako makoormaii
hrutin ormaii ii nppoar ns the I liii champion cliii unpiour of Ira Draconian Iractiuiiani ¬
conian ineiutures Thin result It that the thns thesluikimig
s sluikimig tik ng of tlio th VeneziiPlfn varshlps and
tho I lit iKimbardmiiit I s i tuth iii ci inanuit of 1 PtILit inrto o Cabello a I teilo are iw iwcribod aserilied
cribod In New ork ecHnlvely to Oermany
In In oommetitlnt rainuuutim1 Inu on thin dispatch the thorankfurtcr therarikfurtcr
rankfurtcr ntfurp 1urQ ways lx hot > th hi t ho meoMirea t
refernxlto mefmrrtal to hi vo ejnit xcitth general disploai thlsimhoshurt
tire a mis It appears they uzca1tvi xce < l < vi thoorlgtnil te
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