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pra prarlips hll nplatlvei Home and Saw SawUnman a aWllman
Unman With Fearful Eyw Took lie lieIVrM lIer
IVrM 1 tlIl1r Her Parents Will Go From Frori Fromlast
i last it Oranse to Hrlng Her Dach DachOMAHA DackOlAIlA
OMAHA Neb eh Nov ov 8 6Clara Clara Jottophln JottophlnCoflln Josephlnoollln
Coflln ollln tho seventeenyearold daughter o oEdward at atllwnrd
Edward V Coffin of East Orange N J Jnhn Jrho
nhn disappeared eli npp < Mrd from her homo on Tues Tueday Tuesdll
day dll night Is nt the home of PostmasteJoseph Postmaster PostmasterJoph
Joseph Crowe roWI of this city She arrived her heralone herelone
alone lone Into last llll < t night on the verge of nero nervou nerooU
vou oU prostration pro tratlon Mrs Crowo Is a cousin o oJliFsCciflin at at1Ii
JliFsCciflin JliFsCciflinTliRglrl 1Ii ollln olllnThf1irlteUII
TliRglrl Thf1irlteUII tolls a astmngelltory strange story of her expel experIcrcw expell
Icrcw l rC Sho Slwdeclares declares that she waa kidnapped kldnappeifrom kidnappedtrom
from fchool and taken to Now York by i iwoman a awoman
woman with foarful oyes who was aided aldeiby aidedly
by ly n man From them she managed t tescnppcho to tol
escnppcho l declares declareswhile while they were crosslni crosslnithe croMlngthl
the Stain of Iowa and to roach Omaha OmahaHer OmahaIIlr
Her nlatlvoH here are inclined to believe believJicr believe111r
Jicr dory Ftor to be tho figment of a disordersmind disorders disorderedmind
mind especially f because of her hlghl hlghlnervoiu highly highly111T01l
nervoiu condition and also because of th thbelief the the1lIef
belief expressed by her father that he hetniwl her hermind
mind had been affected by ovoretudy ovoretudyAlthough overstudyAllholl
Although Allholl h Bllghtly IIII htly bettor and more com compopfd compoll
poll than when she reached Omaha las lasnlftht lastI1Ii1ht
nlftht Miss > IISR Coffin is still on the verge o oncrvou at atllerlOIiR
ncrvou prostration and whenever she 1 1Cikrd 18 18kld
Cikrd kld to relate her experience she goes al altnoft al1o
tnoft 1o tll1o Into hysterics hystericsLate hY6terlcsLatp
Late last evening Mr Crowe received i itelegram a ateltlirnm
telegram reading readingMeet rpudlllgIret
Meet mo at depot U oclock tonight tonightCtABA tonl ht htCLAIIA
Mr Ir Crowe rowe reached the station a few foTpiiniites fewrnlnlltfl
piiniites late and while he was passing passingthrough plll8lnlIhrough
through the waiting room toward the thitrain thetrailV
train a young girl suddenly rose from c cteat a atat
teat tat throw her arms around his neck am amexclaimed and andexclaJmed i
exclaimed Thank God now I am saved savedBlie savedShp
Blie was on the point of collapse and had hacto hadto
to he supported to Mr Crowes carriage carriageOn
On the way to the home of Mr Ir Crowe Misi MisiCoffin MlaaCornn
Coffin niched and sobbed and was unable unabhto
to tell her story until long after the housi housiwas hou8eas
was as leached She continually moaned moanedOh moanedOh
Oh those fearful those awful awfui eywl eywlThe eYOllIThe
The story she finally told to Mr Crowi Crowind Croweand
and nd hit wife was about as follows followsTuesday followsTlIclay
Tuesday morningwhile I was at the high hlgltthool highfCtlOollll
tthool fCtlOollll lu Newark I met in one of the corri corritlora corrldorl
tlora a strange lit ran ge dark woman with inosi inosipiercing moRt1lerdnp
piercing eyes which she fi2ed flx d on me Ai Aimy
my 10 eyes mot her glance I trembled Iron Ironhead Irombead
head to foot but escaped into a recitation recttatloiroom recitationroom
room roomAgain Again an I waa returning home from fromthe Cramthp
the school I met this woman on a etreel etreelnear EtreetnOllr
near my home Again she transfixed m mwith me mewit
with wit h her eyes and I waa powerless this time timeSho timeSho
Sho ordered me to go to my home get let sotw sotwof IIOtneof
of my clothes clot hefl in a grip get what little money monejI
I had and meet her at the depot I could couldnot couldnot
not refuse rc > fufe and I followed follow d her instruction instructionimplicitly InBtnlctioElSImplicitly
implicitly implicitlyWe
We left Xorrark and went to Now York TorkVTe YorkWe
VTe went direct to the Grand Central Station Stationfind Stationnnd
find entered a train From that moment momentI
I knew absolutely nothing until tho woman womanPhook womanflhook
Phook me a IUI we were entering Chicago ChicagoBefore ChicagoJeforo
Before leaving New York my captor was wasjoined WillijolnPli
joined by n small light haired man who whowent whoent
went ent with us usI UflI
I did not hare my clothe off nor did didI
I eat anything from Newark to Chicago Chicagofor
At Chleapo wo Immediately tcot traIn traInfor
for the Wept Nt I dont know on what road roadhut roadbllt
hut I waa waflltfaduallT gradually getting my sensee sen e back backand backand
and began to look around 1 still had my myhnoney mrmOnEVtlltt
hnoney mOnEVtlltt n t a few dollar dollarSomewhere dollarlBomflwher
Somewhere over in Iowa I saw aw a time timetable timetable ¬
table with the name Omaha I remembered rememberedtny
tny mothers kinsfolk there I watched for foron toran
on opportunity wrote a telegram tea gram to Mr MrCrowe MrCrowe
Crowe and gave joT It to the porter who Bent Bentit sentIt
it for fOlmA fOlmAWQen inn innWhen
When the train stopped a ab Cedar Rapids Rapidsto Ratrictto
to change chl nlt rnginec there wna another train trainjust trainjURt
just nlongMdo n10n do Our train waited a few fewminutes fAwmlnutfl
minutes and the other train began pulling pullingout pullingollt
out I suddenly Ruddlnl ran to the door of our cat catand CRTInd
and before the dark woman could Bee what whatI
I was up to jumpod from the train and onto onttthe ontothp
the rear coach of the moving mavin It train which whichhad whichhad
had gained considerable headway and war warnway WRAnwav
nway before > the > other people could mid stop stopme 8topmE
me I dont know what became of them anc ancI and andI
I dont carE They nover OfW told mo what they thejwanted theyWIIntlll
wanted with me and I have no Idea IdeaEAST Id9lEAST
EAST OBANOE N J Nov fl fIMr Mr CnffU CnffUrerelved ColflnfI1Cflf
rerelved fI1Cflf a tplfiRrnm thlsmornlnirfromlVet thlsmornlnirfromlVetmnoter thillmornlnllfrom I t tmnltf
mnoter > r Crowe of Omaha saying that Mlw MlwCoffin MlflfICoffin
Coffin had arrived at his home last night an anthat and andthat <
that she wns wife > Mr Coffin lmm 1mmoolatolv 1mmoolatolvrwl dlnt lj ljwired
wired rwl hiH thanks with th word that Clan Clanwns Clo Cloto
wns to lf hI canvi for by the Crowe until untlher untilhrr
her parents conld crnne p to her herflnni hfrlArn
flnni lArn nnrl Ml MI8 < ifl Hael Crowe daughter o oth at atthl
th thl postmaster who is one on year her junior juniorformed JunlnrforniId
formed n 1 rang attachment when they mo moat mnt mntAt
at the family reunion union at Newcastle Ind IndInst JndIn
Inst In t Rimmpri flummEr When Wh n the parting came thej thejRtnrted thpyRtnrtld
Rtnrted a corrfflpondpnon which halO con continned contlnule
tinned ever nino < andClarftofteneipressec andClarftofteneipressecn IInd Clllrloftfn fxprEMtd fxprEMtdn
n wish to eo and an see her friend It Is reason reasonablv reallonI1lIh
ablv certain clltnlnthat that sho Rh contemplated < < t tho > trip tripfor tripfor
for fihe hp 1 III known to hnve saved much of thl thlllhrrnl
llhrrnl nllnwnnee her father gave her herThe hprThp
The Coffins wpm deeply affected byth1 byth1pnod bv t h a arno
pnod rno new today and it in feared that th t th threaction tbe tberpnctlon <
reaction may ma prove provo pcrious flToUII in tho cape 01 01Mrs at atMrR
Mrs Coffin who has not slept sinoo Rln hei heidauphtnr hlrcnuFhtpl
dauphtnr rilfappeared Thwy hfivp h fnnrwt fnnrwtno
no deflnltn plans hut ther tnp T will wl probnblj probnbljallow pobnhly pobnhlyalow
allow rplnlt Clara ara to remain mmltn rniletly C11 tly in Ornnha Olha foi foiat torht
at alow leant a week Mr and ane Mrs Mr Coffin wil wilprobnblv wi
probnblv 1pnJ po O Wfft and d rrln brlnt her home homeafter homeaflpr
after wVilrh whlthlh she will wl be 1 pliieed plnC in the > cnre ar ol olaspeolnll 0 0n
aspeolnll n t for it IB II believed 11 that her menta mentaal
al nhlrrtlnnfl > frrntlnns pdll1t nre I > puch luch as 11 can nn bo > cured cr bj bjtrrntment y ytrrntmrnt
trrntment Sho hns hnl always been h n cnnnlHvi cnnnlHvinnilplftod InRltlve InRltlvennd
nnilplftod nnd witbhl with hl h powers omf of imagination imaginationfilnf Imaulnaton Imaulnatonflnl
Ifnr bfen In the hnbll hnbllof hllhltor
filnf n mepr > rhild IhUr she h hns en
of flnl drawine mpl willo from time to time tmf in whior whiorshe whlohhp
she hp drwlnl li ni nuAthp > 8thed wlR her hlr fom paper dolls doll and latei lateihrtroro Intfr Intfrhr
hrtroro hr vnlued vn hiId trensuros tnlRr to her friends nnr nnrrelattveR nnd nndr
101 wills wero drawrrcoontlv drawn drawnrNpnth
relattveR r Two of these tho wl Wro
rcoontlv one on Aug IB ond on the other or orOct
Oct 24 Codicils Aul nre sealed Nalf in separate separaternvplnrtpRnnd fparlt fparltrnplolI
011 Colcl
rnvplnrtpRnnd nnd nonoha nonn hRhn been opened opnfd RP 1f thf thfpornnts thotntR
pornnts d nlpm 5m thorn to be b sacred r Severe Severeof Revral Revralf
of tntR f ino thl other wiTls wTI have been bfn shown Ihow and andthey andlhey
lhey they exhibit remarkable Jmrkable knowledge oi oilegt ot otegt
legt egt forms formsTHE forl forlTHE
boarding bn relnl Home Keeper Kffplr Sn SON the te Prophe Prophefor Pphft Pphftfor
for 8100 8100JJrs 0 0rs
JJrs rs Mary Mar B Jaffray JOry who runs rns a board boardtor ba
tor house at a 45 41 Lexington Lxngton avenue ha habr
br ir brlgbt light suit against ngllt the Rev John Alex Alexniler Ale Aleallt
allt niler er Dowle In the te City Court Cour for 1100 1100Dejcon 110
Dejcon Corletto Corlete Elijah Elah mB m1 lieutenant lieutenanttin IPltenant IPltenantI
tin I fays arranged with her for tho boarx boarxwv
wv an fYS keep of forty of the Rcetoratlon Rtorton Hosi Hosifoi HOlt HOltfa
foi fa two weeks wrekl at 12 2 a head hed per week wlk 8h 8hn She Shem
n m > in elaborate flahorte preparations prpation for the Dowie Dowielt
lt li hut hit thny came not notwie notwle
wie wns was served with papers in the case casia caseal
lervo wth parers
a al ho Fifth Avenue Hotel on Thursdaj Thursdajilng Thurdnr Thurdnrt
Fifh brother sale saleI MidJ
t ilng ng IVaco to thce thc brther
I ih the th server was usheroc usherocii
as process ploele Berer Wt
ii I lhh his Ifl a presence A summons elr elrled Blrif
led if his hi visitor politely politelyhen polely polelyn
hen n the doctor rallied 1e from the shoclt shocltleclared IIhock1Plarfd
leclared 1Plarfd that he knew nothing of the theer ther
er r He lp paid he would ould havo Deacon Deaconto DeaconotlO
otlO to attend atmd to It ItIP ItIwll
> Iwll IP FtntU Fnel Hes lell Played Out Hero Heroly HproIy
ly about one hundred and fifty ftty persona personai perns pernsdo
do i d tho afternoon aferon meeting metnp held by byih brb
ih b John Alexander Dowie Dowe in Carnogio Carnogioyesterday Crnegie Crnegiectera
yesterday and lialf hal of those went out outo outr
r o ctera ho ended ende his address addr0 He le said saidif sd sdJj
if other things ting that New Yorkers Yorker wore worelean
lean Jj dogs and much more maIo to the same samet 8e
iEin t At dop the beginning beginng of hie hi night nightting nght nghting
ting ing Dowio Dowo may have had h perhaps perhapsilflenors
ilflenors ilflenorsl iipnol iipnolII
l II y Fb F d l for P Paral rtir l Cue Cued CueI
d I hearing hrarlngln in the cafie C of Frau fu Cosima CosimaVVT Calma CalmaWI
VVT WI lr who is I seeking Ioklng to prevent prvent Hoinrlch HoinrlchCcA Holnrichto
CcA to u < i from producing Parslfalhero ParslfalheroCircuit Parsifal hero heros
s In the
S u Jer djourneYEBtery Circuit Court Cour Judge Coxe how howssucd howf
f ssucd Sued a peremptory premptry order that the theon thet
t on next Friday
Say Sa Mcflellan leClflan OtT Of for Washlnnlon hlnstolThlnkl hlnstolThlnklWel Tlilnl TlilnlWell
Well Wel of Lockran fur Con Cnnarl cross crossMayorelect
Mayorelect McClellan McClelan went WlJt to Washlnj Washlnjton Washlnton
ton on the Congressional Conprlllonal Limited Ilrled ycBte ycBteday YClter YClterday
day Mrs McClellan lclelal went went with Ith him an anthey and andthoy
they had quite qulo a time catclilng rtc nj the trui truibecause trin trinbU8
because bU8 their baggage bggage went antray antrayCol Mtr
Col McClellan McClelan said ho would not con connidor on onider
nidor his appointments until unti after afer Dec DecHe De I IHe
He thought Congress ConprO might sit only te tedays ten tendays
days If the treaty came ca10 to the House HOI e In ac accoptable accoptble
coptable coptble shape shapeBut shupeBut
But we dont know what Mr MI Oxnan Oxnanand Oxnar
and R Fulton Fulon Cutting Cutlni of f the Beet SugoTrust Sugar SugarTrst
Trust Trst may want of Congress CongrM ho added addedCol addll
Col Col McClellan McClelln said rd ho did not know knoiwho knowwho
who was wa to bo b tlio the Democratic Democrtc nomine nomineto nmlneo nmlneoto
to succeed scee him in Congress Congres When Bourke BourkCockrans BourkeCckns
Cockrans Cckns name nae was WI mentioned mentoned ho remarkec remarkecA rearke
A better bettr man rould cOlld not be selected selectedMUST electe electeU
MUST U T WE n EAT T OXLY 0l Itlfl W PIES PIESSmall Plsr PlsrSmal
Smal Small Pie Pe Crusty Crult and Hail for Ulgestloc UlgestlocAlio DICtool DICtoolAllo
Alio Vnprontalilo to Ilulld IlulldTheres IIUd IIUdThers
Theres Thers another industrial war on to thi thiknife the theknifethe
knife knifethe the pie knife The pie bakers de declaro do
claro car that tht thny wont take back bck any more morsmall moreIImnll
small pies which the lunch room proprietor proprietorcant proprletol
cant sell Al and the lunch room people an angoing are aregoing
going to organize orglnze they say and an do their theiown theirow
own ow baking bking in cooperative cpratle ovons ovonsEach ovenBEch
Each Ech side ide Is I confident oontdent that It will 1 Imv Imvthe have havetho
the sympathy sypthy of the plain people peopleThe popleThe I
The now order of the bikers not to tak takbook take takebok
book bok unsold uDold plon ploden dead ones onei as tho thoare thoy thoyar
are ar called rle in tho trade tmdeoes does not apply t tthe to tothe
the large pies ple which hlch are sold in cuts cts bu buto but butto i
to to the little lttle fellows telows sold whole wholeWevegot wholeWeve I
Wevegot Weve got to organizesaid organiz Bld alunoh a room roonman roomman
man because baus the bakers baker ar arH most mo t all al it itthe In Inthe
the gome glno together togoth r Wo cant change changiour changeour
our patronage from ono baker blor to anothe anotheto anothEr anothErto
to get better beter satisfaction Mlsfaction without giving glvinininety givingninety
ninety day notice notc to the one were trad trading trd trdIng
ing with If I wo Wi go to a now baker anc ancnsk and
Ik nsk him to soil sll us lS plos he wont ont do it II IIho I I
ho does d08 his hi association Icton fines fnM him 50 50We 0 0We I
We dont make more than thal a cent cnt on i ipie a apie
pie anyhow because buse the trust trRt IIOH ha pu puthe lt ltthe
the price pric up to four oonte Ctt and wi wicant wo wocnt
cant cnt charge charg more mor than thln five 10 cents upieco upiecoNow apleeoNow
Now on top of that increase IncreBe they change changethe chnge chngethe
the old rule rle to take tae back tho dead dod oneiand ones onesand
and give us credit creditThe crit critThe
The trust trlt wonts wllte to discourage dlsoulo tho use us ol olthe atthe
the small nickel pies and make us buv buvtho buvtho
tho big blJ ones on0 because boauII there thoe IB i more in it itfor Ittor
for th tt n There would ould be more ror in the thebig thohl
big pie trade for UH U too if i wo e could sell sellthem flel
hl them thtI hut the people demand deod small smul pies piesI
I mean mC tho plain people peple The Te poor man manwants ma
wants wnt8 a whole small smal pie for his nickel be because becue ¬
cause ho gets moro in l it than ho gote In n nfive afvo
cue five fvo cent cnt out of a big bi pie Those Tbo8 uro lre the thopeople thepple
people thit will wl be with us usNow UI
pple Now listen to the pie baker bakerWe bakerWe
We will wil appeal appel to thepeoplo tfJloplo on humani humanitarian humanitri ¬
tarian tri grounds Jround only Wo want to drive driveout driv
out the small sma pie booaupo bo I1 the te amount of oforust oforat
orat orust is I too great reat in proportion proporton to tho thoamount thoaaUt
aaUt amount of filling flng to bo good goo for the public publicstomach publc publcBtomch
Btomch stomach Too much cruet Clst IH I bad ba for the thedigestion thodigeston
digeston digestion Incidentally IncidentalY If i wo onn oln bo hI kind kindfare kd kdto
to the ppople nnd lOOK olr thtlr bt btwlta
wlta fare and Ind make n nlta ilttie more mor moroy mOM tea tcoe teawe
we e want to do It ItWo ItWe
Wo w grt Rft 20 corits CfTtB for a n big bil pie with a di diimeterof dJameterof
Inches Incb Now Nowcoordlng Nowacoorlng
imeterof ten tn and 10 a quarter quarer
coordlng to eeometry Ipomft if I you multiply the thellameter thedlmotbr
acoorlng llameter of that pie bypl Iy pi youll youUlet get a rim rimf rima
f 82 Inches Inb6 around aound The Te diameter dlmter of the theuoJl theanI
anI a uoJl Die is B Inchee Ilohes and an its Itf about half as ashick Mthick
hick with Ith a 18 Inch rim rm Wo sell 81 thnt to tohe tothe
the he lunch room man for four foul cents So to toet tofct
et as muoh an we do from a big plo wo woiave wehave
fct have iave to t sell l five fve l small al ones onr have five fe hand handInge had hadIle
Inge instead of one and give away awa a lot lotaore lotm0
Ile aore itad crust crat and ad o a little ltle moro filling fillingTJje fUn
m0 TJje T pie war w will i not affect afot Delmonlcoa DelmonlcoaFAIIWBLL Delonos Delonosor
wt fell Known Ko Fle Flfnre In I the te Dry Dr Good Trade TradeGone Tde TdeGoe
Gone Goe t Uie te Ape of ofJoh 14 14John
John Joh B 1 Furwell Pell one of the oldest olet and andboat ad adt
boat t known kw of the te wholesale wholCle dry dr goods goodsmen goos goosme
men me In I this ti city cit died suddenly sudenly early ely yes yesterday y ¬
terday tday morning momng at his hs homo In the Chelsea ChelseaIn Ce1
In West Wet Twentythird Tontythld street strt He was in inhis Inhis
his I seventyfifth svetfth year ear Mr Farwoll Fll had hadbeen b
been suffering with wth heart het trouble tubl for some sometime IIOmetime
time euerlnp but was wal at ut hla hl buxineaa bwce on o Thurs Thursday Tur Turdy ¬
day He was born br at Corning CrnlnR N Y and andwas Ild IldW
dy which whichwan whichwas
was a member membr of the Farwoll Faoll family Camly
wan W prominent In business blit1 in Chicago ChicagoHo CblcoHo
Ho was a cousin ouln of John V Farwoll F el the thehead thehld
head hld Wa of tho John Joh V FarweU Faell Company Companywholesale CompanywholEle
wholesale te dealers dolen In dry goods whose whosemain whosema
wholEle gC
main office ofc IB I in I Chicago Cloo John K Farwell Farwellcamo Farl
ma camo to this city twenty or more years YIS age ageto agot
to cme enter eter the New York branch > raoh of the house houseat houo houoat
at t 115 Worth atroet ftrot Ho le was wn a member ol olthe ofthe
the 15 Congregational congegational Club He leaves levos a awidow awdow
widow wdow
Oblnar Obituary Note NoteDr Noe NoeDr
Dr Jamos L Milne Une an a authority 8Itbort1 on o trans transfar traMfer
far tax Jurisprudence and a member of thi thilaw tbolaw
law firm frm of Fallows Falows Duffy nuly A Milne Mine died dlld o ohoart of ofIlar
hoart dlneasfl dlRea on Thursday night nlht while whie re reHpondinc
Ilar at Masonic banquc banqucnt bQuctat
Hpondinc to a I toast lt a
nt Watervllle Wntervle Jf Y He le wan born bor in Scot Scotland Scotlad
land lad 12 2 years sco flO and came to this countrj countrjwhtn county countywhen
when he was 16 years relrs old He 1 was gradu graduat craduatl
at d from flochester Rocheter University in IfSO 1 80 am amthen and andten
then atl studied two years In Hoidelbcrif Uoldolbcfl Unl Unlverstty Un I Ivor8It
ten verstty etdle Returning Returing to thin thll country hetaugni hetaugniat hetaulht hetaulhtat
Normal ormal School SchoolcharBO Schoolbecame
at the Cortlnnd N Y Stuto tlte
cortllndl And took tookchrle
Dr nolpal
became > ofthi8tatb of is tIl State Normal nrerwlrd Hchool th I One Oneonta Oneontn
chrle onta HB IRVe nve up lP tonchlnp teacblnj for the th < law In In18HU InIR
and In tOOl came to this city clt For some somJrntlo someyelrs
18HU O
r 8S cbalrman of thR Demo Democratic
Jrntlo yelrs cratic bounty tne commltte cmmite of CoitlHnd CorlAnd turn turntwo fnd fndtwo
out of tho Democriitlo convention conventionIn
two rears v ars ago Democrltc conventon conventonIn
the fhepart
< 1r
Albanv Ur Milne was responsible for theRArt
In RArt part of the platform platorm Mine which attacked atacke the Ico IcoTrust Icofrust
TrustWbiio Trust frustWhio
Wbiio lying on a lounge louge at her home 47 47OroVnwood 7 7Gr
OroVnwood Gr Whio nood nvonue Kaet 1ISt Grunge Orlnlo NJ N J early earlyThursday earl >
Priflcllla PriflclllaHall
Thursday evenlns Mrs a aHal
Cnrpllno Pr8cl
lhurllY Hall who ho 11 evenlnl few momonts momots lrs before had been beentalklnff bcentalkng
talklnff Hal with mqmbers of her family suddenly suddenlysaspSI Auddenlrgapl
saspSI and mqber8 died almost Instantly Inetant Mrs MrsHall r
gapl Hall was Ind the die widow of W J I C Hall Hnl who whodied whodie
died Hal about fifteen years ago leavine leninl quite quiteB
B die large wtate MtltO nlMn The family fnmly hiye hae lived 11 In the theGranites IheOrange
Granites larle for many mlny years frl Two sona and andthree andthroe
three Orange daughter survive Mrs rR Hull Funeral FuneralT
T Il uAnlH be h 1 ld In InfhHaf Inlc nnlrhnr < V VF >
F ervlce ° aVt Oraniron8uridaj7riornn 11 on < Sundn Chlt morn ni r Inujfment Inujfmentwill InrrmenL InrrmenLwi
Ent Ornnle the loralan Coraeteri New Dorp DorpJuntlce DorpStaten
will bo in thf SlorajUn Cometrj
wi Staten l lld bere th famiy hae a plOL plOLadjoinig
thA Vnndlbl plot plotJustc
adjoinig Juntlce Burr Mattlce of the Supreme Court Courtof Courtof
of Justc the Sixth Judicial District who ho had hld been beenill
ill for some tlmo at his home In tl Onoonta Opont N Nsuccum i isuccumbwi
succumbwi 1 succum 8me tlo to apoplexy yesterday yrterdR morning morningJustice morningJustice
Justice bo Mattlce was wa born In Jefferson Jeltr on Scho Schonaric Schoharie
naric county Mnttce in 1858 Ho le wan WlP admitted adm to to tothibar tothe
thibar the bar In 1OTO and was WI appointed in 180S I O by byC b blov
Morton 180 to flll a vacancy RcanCIn in tbeSu tbeSUlreme tbeSUlremeCurt remn remnCourt
C lov Court ov The followinjr t tl year ho was wa electpd electpdto e ectod ectodto
to Curt the ofUce In 1680 ho waa WI8 married mlrrll to t Mtsa MtsaCharlotte 1 s sCharlotte
Charlotte once Johnson Johnfn of Meredith lerfdlh DelawHre DelawHreoounty DelnwRrecoant
oounty who survives eurhls him hlms as dooshls dOO his mother mothure motherle
° Royal Arch Mason and andat nndat
was a prominmit 181n
at le e one IS timoan tn1 nn onirerln omeer In Company COl pan G First FirstItealnienl Frst FrstHeglmtM
Itealnienl N d N Y YA i iA
A despatch from El PBRO Pa o announces Innc < s the thedeath thedeath
death there of foor nlorf1 < re Bovee formerly former Secre Secrelarr S < cre cretar
of Louisiana and a prominent prominentHtruro
larr of Stato Stat lromlntut lromlntutfgllr
tar Htruro In reconstruction politics poltM Boveo Bovte was wasnntlve waRR
fgllr nntlve of rfcnRtructon bt James Lu and tnd was ono of the theBr thefret
R Br nlthf t native whites hltes to Join the Republican Republicanoarty Republcln RepublclnpMtr
fret He was elected l ctd Secretary fccrrtlrl of State StateIn
oarty PrilWS OS but WI quarrelled < with Gov Warmoth Warmoththe WRrmoththe
In I quarrll r
the head of the th administration ndmlnlstrton and It was wasthis ISAthis
this hpnc and Ind the removal of Bovee by bywirnioth b bWarmoth
Warmoth wirnioth quarrel which led IP to the polltc poltical l complf complfcatlon compl complcations
catlon I In Louisiana Iolleinna and the Jual dual htnte htntegovernment tlle tllegovprnmpnt
government of 1R72 to 1S6 1S6Luther IRiOLuther
Luther Fitch Ueccher educator erlCEtor writer writerand rlr rlrand
and retired Baptist minister died on Thurs Thursday ThurBdA ¬
at his home Bpt8 in Brookllne Mass a red BO BOvenn 00year
dA day Brooklne lle
He was born In Ooshen Connand Cann nnd for formany formany
year venn brn Church ChurchfroOKlinc ChurchBrook1n
many rare was al pastor of Plymouth
aduated from In Inthl
xii r K4 > > uv lu luhe Ylle
thl Brook1n froOKlinc he cinws caA of 41 41tnd II and wal was Wi ordained orained to the te Baptist Baptistnlnlstry apt8t apt8tml18tr
nlnlstry at Trenton Nt N J JFranklin JFrankln
ml18tr Franklin Smith associate editor eitor of the thelochejter tboRocho
Rocho lochejter Frankln ter rottKxprie POI died suddenlyraterday suddenly Auddenyterdny
raterday afternoon rrru at lt thn ngn of 60 years yearsie enrs enrsle
well known writer nlA on social eodll and andConomio andrconomle
ie was a knoln wrier
Conomio le 11 topics topIC I anil ld a frequent frrlent contributor contributoro cnntrlbutort
His reviews of Herbert Spcn Spcners Spenopr
t o rallrlne works were H declared by b Hoonrcr to t be behe bethe
ers pr decared
the he ablest Iblpstmcr worl over lre written writen In Kngland I > nlland or America AmericaJnmes AmprlcC AmprlcCJames
James O Orl > etll proprietor of the Washing Washingmo Wathlnl
ton Uook Atre and a wel known biblophie biblophiedild
At hil hO In Washingtn yeteray yeterayIn
dild of hlPl age
In IhA mo iun fOrll > niKMvt llhth j Mr ti M > 3 3rn HeUwas HeUwasbr
all bit bitto hisIlo
and Uvd there therl a
In Washington
br to > rn becoming WClhlnllon well wel known kno Uve as a I dealer in rare raref rarekl
Ilo kl And mlllerllltR mlllerllltRhom
Washington hom M Haisip atoa ai a hil mo wel numa home know m in that mc mcn city cityon >
of f
Washingtn die hla hlago
Thursday Thur In the thirtyeighth year Yfr of hi hiaFo
aFo go Mr Hoisllp RJ I was born brn In I FaJiiu Fru oounty OUIY OUIYa
a and las a weUkuo1 Mal
STHIKE JOES f 0 0Diieliaiitn
SlIKE O 07 07Dllhanln
Diieliaiitn Dllhanln Na RI1 > > the Rupture Came Whe Wheflip hrn hrnth
flip th Iron IeaRtip Iralle Asked Ix IActl > enl No Noto Noto
to Take In All Al or the thr New Iloni Ilonismiths 10nle 10nlesmihs
smihs smiths Lnlon CnkmUln Men Conceded Concedr the Ren RenAll neltAll
All negotiations negotalonA between bot ween President Bu Buchanan Duchann
chanan chann and his joint committee commlteo of iro iroworkers Iron Ironworkers
workers and nd the Iron League Lgl over tho rec recognltion rrcognllon
ognltion ognllon of Local Lcal No 2 wore called aled off of yw ywtcrday Y0
tcrday terda The suspension by the order of ofnational 01 0 0ntonal
national ntonal strike ftrlke against the Iron Leagu Leagupending unguo unguopending <
pending peace pao negotiations was Wa taken of ofand of
and the national nation strike is to go into offot offottoday efeet efeettoday
today todayPresident todayPrelident
President Prelident Buchanan who accuses thi thiIron the theIron
Iron Lcaguo of Insincerity InRlncrlty in proposlni proposlnito prop0lng prop0lngto
to want a settlement stlement with th Local Lorl No No2 2 wa wavery as asvery
very angry last night night Ho made a de detailed detied I
tailed tied statement as 1 to the negotiation negotiationsaying negotiatlol negotiatlolBying
saying sayingOur Bying
Our final fnal conference with the Iron Lcagu Lcagutook Lague Laguetook
took place this afternoon afernoon nt the Townsen TownsenBuilding Towllnd TowllndBuldln
Building Buldln Wo nmdo an appeal appnl for a propo propofiitlon propoIltion
fiitlon Iltion which was in every way reasonable reasonableand reonable reonableand
and should have been hen accepted but It wa waturned wae waeturned
turned down by I the employers employersWo erployorl
Wo have been holding conferences coneronel wit wittho with withtho
tho league for several days da The era eraployers
ployel ployers wanted our union to sign the arbltra arbltration arltra arltraton
tion ton agreement as 8 a preliminary to mak making makIng
ing a settlement letlement We said Balr that we would slg slgthe Ilgn Ilgnthe
the arbitration ar itraton agreement areement if a satisfactor satisfactortrado eatsfactory
trado trao agreement agremont was O made with us usBuchanan 1
Buolmnal Buchanan said that a comtnunlentioi comtnunlentioiwas eOllunleatlon eOllunleatlonwa
was wa then sent to the employers asking asklnifor askingfor
for a conference conferencor over the latter Intlr pro propollon propollonTho position positionTho
Tho employors emploer said they would not confe confewith eonferwith
with tho local committee mmmito but Illt would wOlld con confcr confer
fcr with the International Intoratlonal committee committeeBuohnnan commitee commiteeBlohrmon
Blohrmon Buohnnan said 81d he talked Iocal IJeul No No2 2 int inticroptlng Into Intollleltlng <
icroptlng this thll offer offerWo oler
Wo finally fnBly met him at 3 oclock oolok to toLY < Liy Liyhe
he said and agreed practically prtcal to nil ll thoj thojasked thoyed
asked ed We wanted woutc tho now trado trdo ugreo ugreoinont ugre ugremont
mont hut they twy proposed that thlt tho thl Apri Apritrndo Apri
trndo trdo agreement ajreOnnt continue If w signed signedtho tlgnrdtho
tho arbitrationagreement nrhlrtionagreemont This we agreed agroodto
to eventually eventuallyBucliamin oventualy
Buchanan said that tbt tho final hitch came camevox cameovoth
ovoth > vox the acceptance lCptunce of tho tholew no wHousesnilths wHousesnilthsJnlon Housmltl HousmltlUnon
Unon Jnlon of Now York by Local Lcnl No o 2 The Tliuraployers Theemployei
employei raployers wanted Local Lca No No2 2 to take in inhis InthlB
whole wholeThe holo holoThe
his organization organlrton as n
The committee commitee agreed to accept acppt all the tholumbers themembe
lumbers of Local Lonl No o 2 which had gone to toho tothe
the ho new lew union without Imposing a penalty penaltyo penlty penltyto
to o take in nil al other members who wero satis satisaotory Bla BlafMtor <
fMtor aotory after an examination eXlmlnaUon and to take taken takeIn
In n the rest na 1 apprentice apprenticeOn a pprentel pprentelOn
said Buchanan The TheTnployera Theemlloyel
On this thl we split slt
emlloyel Tnployera would not yield Iolr We agreed npred to tonoro tomoro
moro than we ever intended Intudl1 to agree to tond toand
and nd it is i now 11 Ii fight fght to tho end All Al or orantaed organize
ganize antaed labor labr throughout thrughout the country ounty will willtand wl
tand by us when the focta aro known knownBuchanan knownBuchann
Buchanan Buchann said thai the fight l ht would be beentred becented
cented entred In II this city eit and would begin at atnee atonce
once onceROCIESTEl nee neeOCIIESTEIt
The hree NonUnion Clothlns Cutteri Cuterl Oeaten OeatenA
A Striker Sller Itabbed NtatibctI by b Ono of Them ThemItocRKSTBn fm fmHOCH
ItocRKSTBn HOCH TRI Nov O QThro Threo nonunion nonunionion nonunon nonunonmen
men ion wero wer beaten and one strikor stabbed stabbedi Itabhd Itabhdi
i Uie thigh at noon today In tho flret tft out outreak out
i reak tle of disorder of the clothing elothng cutters cuttersUike outtr outtrstke
beak Uike As Jh he nonunion men left let the thelotting thecloting
stke lotting shops Bhopl to nonuon go to dinner a s crowd of orso
cloting 00 man followed them howling howlng and ad throw throwig throwIng
so Ing ig mln missllos folowd In front of Bt Josephs Josphs Or Orihan Orpla
ihan m8los Asylum yilm the crowd pounced pounc on Sam Samlloomnud Sm Smlloom
pla lloomnud nud bore him to thu ground groundThey groundTey
br hm
lloom They kicked and beat bat him until unti he drew drewpockotknlfe drw drwa
a pockotknlfe poeketlCe Tey kcked and slashed elahe wildly widly One of ofbo oftho
tho bo strokes ItrokO caught Matthew Legler Lgler in the thenigh
nigh Before t lie attack atok could be renewed renewedho rnewed rnewedthu
tgh thu ho police polc Bfore had ha arrived Iiogler was 1 locked lockedip locke I
riot riotA riotA
up ip on a charge of inciting Inciing to
A score of warrants were Issued ho tonight tonightor
for or strikers strikef who aro known to have been beennixed eon eonmixed
nixed up in the fight fght They aro ae charged chargedvitb chargedwith
with inciting to riot riot11IICAOO riotCHICAGO
Employees Voto oto for One but bu Attempt Atempt mil miln Wi
n Made Mae to Avert It ItCHICAGO It ItCICAGO
CHICAGO CICAGO Nov NO 6 6Deiplt Depito on overwhelm overwhelmng oVIrhelm oVIrhelmIng
Ing ng voto vot in favor of a n strike trie by South SOlth Side Sideitreet Sidetreet
itreet car men me President William Wilam D Mahon Mahonf
of > f their national ntoua union announced announod tonight tonighthat tonght tonghttht
hat thoy the would woud proceed alone nOI the same samejonsorvotivo 8e 8econ
con tht jonsorvotivo linos Chat tUe organization organlzlton hua huajeen husblpn
blpn jeen purauinc pUfuil ratu Inos for the thl part pat six Ix wncks wncksHe wok wokHe
of the executlvo executlvoiommittee
He and other members membrs executve executvecmmite
iommittee of the union will wU meet mft General Generalklonager GenemlMlUlager
cmmite klonager MoCullough Mclough Won of tho Chicago Chicgo City CityHallway Ciy CiyRaiway
Hallway Company tomorrow to morrow morning moring to tonake tomao
Raiway Compny
nake another attempt atempt to Iro ecuro oonces ooncesilons oncs oncsI
mao ilons wit without bout a strike strikeThere strlkpTher
I Blon There is a general belief bleC that Mr 1r McCul McCullough lcCullough
Ther n
lough will wl be b firm frm in hisrofuwil hil rfUMI to grant the thoTien themen
men JncreaHed InceaH1 wages and a strike appears appearsilmost appar apparalmost
almost certain certainTo crtaln crtalnTo
To Ltnplrc Newspaper I Llbor bor Trouble TroubleThe Troublll TroublllTe
The Te National Civic Federation Feeratol an anlounocd annouc
lounocd yesterday eteray that tat the standing ar ariltrotion are arebltmton
nouc iltrotion ngreomont agrement between bten the American AmericansVwspaper AmorlcnNfwspapr
bltmton sVwspaper IHibllshors lblRhel Association Aocition and andho andtho
Nfwspapr tho ho International Intertlonal Typographical Tpographlca Union Unionvhlch Unionwhich
which has hl bcon In forco fore for two years VMrs has haswon hl
modiHtid It provided that t lt eonh eonhildo endlIlre
won moifld I provide
be Ilre ildo should appoint three thre arbitrators lrhlLrtol to tolettle t tsettle <
settle disputes dlfpute Under the te novr nor arrange arrangenont
mont the Civic Fwleration Fedeaton is If to name a aovonth asnenth
when the arbitrators arbitratorsall
ovonth man mn OH I umpire I
fal all to agree agreeCVRTAIL age ageClRTAL
Frnlre furnaces May a Observe Obrne 8 81mo mo Beilnctlon BeilnctlonM R rnrUon rnrUonu
M Steel Company CompanyPiTTfinono Cmpan CmpanPITRRuno
PiTTfinono PITRRuno Pn Nov No fl Members Membl of the the3c6somor theBOner
3c6somor Aesociatlon Aoation held a meeting metng hero heroodav horotodv
BOner odav to act on a further curtailment crtaiment of ofic otpig
pig todv ic Iron The committee commlUe is anxious anxou to toonceal toconcnl
onceal ita action and appointed aPPIIt James JamesSutler Jame JameButer
concnl Sutler a II committee ommltc aon of ono on of make me public publicvhatovor publo publowhtover
vhatovor he thought fit fitMr fitMI
whtover Mr Butltr Dltler when whena soon refused rfufd to make makeiny mnkenn
etatenwnt It is said sid however howevr that thatno thattho
nn iny I
tho no cooimitti cttenwnt decided decded to t reduce rdul tho thf output outputf
of f the furnaces in the same proportion prprtion as ashe asthE
> flrnaC1
thE he Carnegie Steel StEel Company Cmpny reduced Iducpd lie lieluipUt It Itoupllt
luipUt luipUtrrarhas
oupllt ouplltTe CarMle cmpany for the whol wholYfar
Yfar rrarhas Te hal roducrd r ducrd its ls output about 40 per perent pr prent
ent which Is 15 per cent more than tho thoalley thoval
val alley furnaces funaces hnve reduced r < ducd their output outputar outputaatolls
ar aatolls toB s Now Ne SeivmBe S le Dliposal Dlposl PUnt PUntInspected PllntInspCrtlr
Inspected InspectedSARATOGA InspCrtlr InspCrtlrSARATOOA
SARATOGA Nov o OTho experts expers of the thetnte theBtato
Btato tnte Department of Health wero today todayhe toda todatho
tho he guests uetB of the Saratoga fartopa Springs Sprln s Sewer SowerVnter SewerWatf1r
Vnter and Street Htrft Commissioners Cunnnllsloncl The Tholiiect Theobjot
liiect of their visit 1flt hero was to Inspectho Inspect Inepottho
objot tho ho 1200000 sewage Rfwn e disposal plant lnt iust jU8tinAtale iustnstalled
nstalled 1200 by b the commission The plant plantBS plantwae
inAtale inspected In in detail deti by the vUltors who whoxpreesed whoeXIJlRe1
wae BS poled
xpreesed thomsolvee thensClwI as 8 highly pleased pleasedvllh plAedwih
eXIJlRe1 vllh the Saratoga Saatoga s Bretmwhlh > stemwhich they tley believo believoins belevo belevoha
wih ins no superior The Thl commLiMoners commLlonef and andnspectors andInspectors
ha Inspectors dined at the Hotel Worden this thisifternoon thisaferoon
aferoon aferoonUl ifternoon ifternoonMessenger
Messenger Ul llnler to Speaker of the te noose nooseOJJCLAND nOnlt nOnltOALSD
OJJCLAND OALSD 111 I Nov O 6 6Conglman 6ConglmanJoseph Congressman Congressmanlosenh
Joseph losenh O Cannon Cnnon hoe appointed appinte Cecil Cecilotter Ceci
otter Yeargin Yergin mestonger meBngpr to the Speaker Speakerf Splker Splkerof
of poter f the House Ho H is II a son Rn of Lyman Lyl T Tfeargin TYMrn
feargin 101le editor eior of the ltdycr 1edt and Ind has ha been beenicting ben benaetn
Oov Go lates latesAn
aetn icting as mPBfPiiger mlESlnplr to Yate YateAn
An Ensnemenl EnsnemenlTho
The engagement ie announced anounce of Miss MissWith MissEdih
With Mercer Merer enagcment the daughter dalhtlr of Capt Cpt M A AMorer
Edih torcer of the Seventh jvcnth Cavalry Cvlry now at atiort atFor
man For Morer iort Ducheene Dchene Utah Ut to Dr George Gere HGos HGosJOTTIXGS
JudrmtnU of absolute abslute divorce dtvo were wre granted grantedsterday ranted rantedsterdY
Judrrnts sterday by Justice JutIce Trux Tu to t Lillian lUsl J Oallaiher Oallaihermm Olarber OlarberIrm
I Irm mm sterdY Frank Frnk J Glla Glarbrr brr to Alice Alee Murray Uurr from fromry fromGorce
Gorce W Mum ad to Gwte Newmu fm
11 ry Newmann NcwmID
Protest Potet Actlnit Alalt Pnttlnc Ptns Entire Entre Town TownUqnor T01 a aLqaor
Uqnor Lqaor Dry LJit LJitNASHUA Llt LltNAtUA
NASHUA NAtUA N H Nov fl Tho Te people peopleAntrim peple at atAtrim
Antrim Atrim regardless rgrlOs of party pry repudiate rpudite t tnotion tho thonton
notion nton of exQov Ooodell Goodel in placing the o otire en entr
tire tr town on tho liquor lquor dry dr list lst At lea leathose lelt leltthO
those thO who do not openly condemn cndemn the Go1 Go1ornor Oovenor
ornor enor remain rmaIn discreetly dl8rrt1 silent sient Tho Demi Demicrntlo Dero Deroctlo
ctlo crntlo town tOW committee comml passed resolutioi resolutioitonight rolutlon rolutlontonlRht
tonight aaying that the action is a dire direattack direct directatack
attack atack on Byng the te fundamental principles prlnclplO i iAmerican of ofAmericn
American Americn liberty lbrty and a scandalous scndalous Impt Impttatlon ImputaUon
tatlon upon upn the entire entre community communitySome communityBome
Some of the blacklisted blaokleted men have oallt oalltpersonally ole
personally prnlly upon MrQoodell Mr Gooel and demanded demandithat demandedthat
that their names naes be b withdrawn witdrawn Dr Frank Franllin Frankln
lin ln O Warner has consulted consuled counsel ounl to si siif s
if some 8me legal redress redl cannot cnnot be b found foundWilliam tau nd ndWila
William Wila Brown law partner prner of Unit UnitStates
States Stt Senator Burnham Burnha says eys that tt whl whlOoodell whie whieOoodelmay
Ooodell Ooodelmay may be b within the law lsw he does dO n nthink not notthink >
think the courts courtl will wl uphold his h action actionIn
In explanation explanton of his h action alon Oov Good Goodgives Goodel
gives the tlto following folavng interview interviewAbout Intrew IntrewAbout
About three th weeks weks ago I received receivedasking a aleter
leter Cram the chlet at at rve Hllbro Hllbroaking
asking aking me to have the plc name ne of a certo certoAntrimman crtain crtainAntrlml
Antrimman Antrlml man placed plcd on the te list lit of tho thonot thoAe thoAenot
not to lx sold liquor lquor The Te man undoubedly undoub undoubtely
edly ely de dore ervod to bo b restricted rtricte but up i ithis to tothl
this thl time lme It had ha not occurred to mo tin tinI that thatI
I had the power lJWfr to torent prevent occur anybody froi froisecuring from fromsring
securing sring liquor lquor at HllUboro HllUboroThe Hi8bro Hi8broThe
The more mor I thought thoht over the te matter mattr nr nrstudied and andIItudlc
studied IItudlc the law I believed beleve that as a Justi Justiof JUlltlce JUlltlceof <
of the Peace Pec I could proceed not only wil wilthe with withthe
the man m n whom I was requested to attend attnd t tbut to tobut
but with 1th all al that ought ruete to be b included wil wilhim
wth wthhim
him I am sorry sr to say 81 that there ter are qui quia quite quitea
a number numbr of men in Antrim who are ar intenporate inten Intemprate
porate prate and when I began on the list Ilt I d dnot did didnot
not know where wher toetop
Good legal lelal authority althort have told me that thaaccording thatnCoording
according to tho > law I could culd serve sere such suchlist RICh n nIlt
list Ilt as I havo had served flerve on the hotolkeepi hotolkeepint hotelkCper hotelkCperat
nt Hlllsboro Hfa oro Bridge It I occurred occrred to rr rras me mea1
as a1 the most reasonable rNlonable thing to do to li lielude In Includo
elude every adult adul male in town as a well wcl i iovery as asover
overy over minor which mao the law of Itsolf Isof take takecare < K Klre
care of ofSome ofSome
Some of the th men I understand take takeas It ItAl
as Al an insult InRul but hit I do not so B consider consldlr i iMy It ItMy
My own name and my 1 sons names name are i ithe In Inthe
the lint lintCRAXE IBt IBteRtE
I llejolcis < JolcIs In the thl Elections EIttonl and Niya Ha He Nai NaiWhat Raw RawWln
What Wln Was al Coming ComingMagistrate Comln ComlnMagitrate
Magitrate Magistrate Crane in tho Harlem pollc pollc3ourt polc
cOlrt 3ourt yesterday YlsterdlY pitched piched into the polio polioor Jlc
for or making unwarranted unarrantc arrests arrest His out outiiiret outhUlt
hUlt iiiret was caused cu81 by the th arrest arrelt of Cor CorDletlta Cr
Dletla Dletlta of 437 East Et Fiftyfifth Fttffth street stret wh whjvas who whowa <
wa jvas found by Detective Dtectve Becker etandlnj etandlnjin
in tho vestibule of a house in West Wlst ISltl ISltlitreet ISth ISthstrt
strt itreet which hlch the police polc believed bleve was a Ram gamjllng Ramblng
blng jllng resort resortMagistrate lESor
Magistrate Crane turning to Becker Beckerjald Btcker BtckerIIld
jald Last Jat Tuesday Tltda the people pofle expressec expressechoir exp 8d 8dthlr
hoir just resentment rlfntment at such arrests arfIte ai aiho asthfe
thfe ho e I knew what was coming for Iv Ivieeti Ie IeRl <
Rl ieeti these thes petty pety arrests and Ive been n glnc glncWOH glndI
I WOH WI on tho tlo bench to express expre8 my displea displeauch displeaSllr
Sllr and to let or I ae po lble of ofBuch
uch victims victimsI DjY
I hope there will wl be b no moro mor of thorn thor ii iihe In Intho
tho he next two years YOlr I wish to seo a man a ahe at attht I
tht he head of the > department deplrtmlnt who will wi use u het hettel > et etor
tel or judgment in his conduct of the system systemhe tem temThe
The he man mn who ordered ordere such nrrerts IrrCtfl goi goiits go
his its just jUlt deserts defrts at the last election Th Thirisoner The TheprROnl <
irisoner is discharged dischargedACH
prROnl dicharged dichargedACH
Irooklyn Police rolte C Captllnl pt lni Democratic DemocraticHave Demoorate DemoorateIle
Have Ile Ilopm IOPN of Better Detlr Things ThingsTho lnSI lnSIThe
The Democratic Dpmoertc police polce captains captlO who wen wensslgned werealgne
algne sslgned to undesirable nelrablt preclnota prlnotln in Brook Brookrn BrookIn
In rn by Police Polce Commissioner Commllloner Groene Grene havf havfreat hav havgrfat
grfat reat hopes of being transferred tralferre to more moreesirablo morederble
derble esirablo places after aftr Jan 1 Capt Captlartin Cpt
Marin lartin Short who was ws sent ent from th thlodford the theBdford <
Bdford lodford avenue preolnot preint to Parkville Parkvillexpecta Parkvle Parkvleexpt
expt xpecta to t go back bak to his hi old command commandidwsrd oommandEdwI11
EdwI11 idwsrd J Toolc Tolr now In command of thi thiledford thf
Bfford ledford avenue anlll precinct preinct and who hai hainany hamany
many friends frien among the Democratif Demortr lead leadrs leaders
ers rs oxpoptfi exp tA to go baok blok to his hi homo hOle pre preitict precinct
cinct itict Butler Dlttlr Btr Htrlt et while Capt Hprklns Hprklnslow HlrklnR HlrklnR10W
low of llhertv tberL avenue a would not bi 1 Mir Mirirlwd lr lrprhed
10W prhed irlwd if I ho w wre re transferred tmnlferr to the th Ariaui Ariauitreol Atnul
treol Htttlon HtttlonC
Ilton Iltonpt
C pt Cullen Culen who wns IU sent out to Ball Ball3earh BllthHplh
Hplh 3earh has an idea thnt ho will wl be b bark hak Jr Jrihnrso In Inchlre
chlre ihnrso of tho Hamilton Hflltol avonue stntlor stntlorihortly Itnton ItntonIIhortlv
ihortly after aflr thr thf 1st of the yenr INlr and Capt Captrank Cpt CptFrank
Frank rank Creamer Ceamr n brotherinlaw brotherI lnw of Franl Franlarrellwnntn FronkFlrrtllwantlto
Flrrtllwantlto arrellwnntn to go baok to Manhattan lanbet n HiH Hi HoI
I H now located oatf at Fort For Hamilton Hamiton GnpteJi GnpteJiielrools 4IptnHelnole
ielrools of 01 Cflnnrnie CnrRIt Condon of the Fultoi Fultoiitreet Fulon FulonHtret
Htret itreet pitHen IhLem and Mmdoof hld or theClnfisonavs theClnfisonavsme thp Claon af
nle me station Itntonwolld would lllp 11 better bot r HWletunenta HWletunental AAUllentll AAUllentllCapt
G of the th Fiftl Fiftlivenuei
Capt l ipt Jnmes 1nleR Ileynotris Hfnolrl now no FiCh
ivenuei station Itsllln hopts hOIs with his bil pull pul will willVPllco wih wihPnl
VPllco Pnl < o Commissioner Comrlpllonr Bernard lrlrd J Tor Toro Yorto
to o bo transferred tr nlferred to tt tht Detetlve Dptfthp Hurean Hureanroin Bureal
frol roin which plnro ho was w s ousted by Com Comniseloner Commllenner
niseloner Greene GIpenA who wlo put Capt apt Formow Formown
In n ccmnvncl ccmnvnclIt ccmnlmlt
It t is II b hlevld lleved thnt C Capt pt Charles H 1 Bedel Bedelf FedIl
of > f tho thf Adams danlfltrlct stroet station staton will wi retire tre soon eoonpt soonCaptf
Captf > pt Samuel Hanlv Harh nnd John Reardoi Reardoiiro Rearon Rearonart
art iro now under suspension fluPpnsion awaiting aWlltnl trial trialSothnre trialBoth
Both Sothnre or Dejnorrat Demorr t und rn Heardonesprcinlly Heardonesprcinllyft RlardonesJdalv RlardonesJdalvI
I ft n 1 kern kfn favorite favorln of S Snotor nator P H McCarreh McCarrehf rcrren rcrrenI
f thoy the aro not broke Lrrh before beCor Jan I eacl eaclnay flIhIIY
IIY I nay get et hack his hil old command It I Ii Iitinted III IIIRtatod
tinted ns a positive rOBItvf fact flot that Capt Cal Doolcj Doolcjidll
idll 1 shako the thl panels of Conoy Island or orlis al
hil lis feet in the enrly Prl Dart of January anc anchero and andthem
hero are ar some 1010 who think he will 1 grace tin tinstation theIItnton
IItnton station in Tromont TromontPVRItOY Trmont TrmontPlRROr
DfII enlpfl < n Tule TRII Thnt M He le Ml llrht ht Which 1lleh Als AlsGives AI AIGnl
Gives Gnl Crokcr as a Possible POBltbll Overlord OverlordChief OnrlordClet
Chief Clet Charles Charlfs D Pnrroy Plrroy of the Fire DP DPlartmnnt Df Dfparmont
parmont lartmnnt declared yesterday thnt tht he hnco hnc hndno
no o intention Inuntlon of resigning his hil job A pub pubished puhIAhe
ished report said thnt he was wal about to d do do
10 IAhe o Since Sinc repor election ellcton Edward Ewar F Croker whom whoturroy whomPurroy
Purroy urroy displaced dlplaco as Chief has hl been ben mon monloned lon lontloned
Fire Commlsslone Commlsslonender
loned as a a possible ommlAlonr ommlAlonrunder
under McClelan Ic lellan Croker has hi an appoo appoogainst
agalOt gainst dismissal dlsmllBI ponding pndlnR at Albany AlbanyA
A Drookln Drookl Tmmmany Tmmln Clnb ClnbThe Cob CobTe
The Te Tammany Tamny Club of the Twentyfirst TwentyfirstLflsembly Twntyflt TwntyfltAembly
Aembly Lflsembly District Dltrc of the Borough of Brook Brookvn Brooklyn
lyn vn is the the name lale of a brand brad new political politicalirganl7Atton politicl politiclorgallon
orgallon irganl7Atton the certificate crifce of incorpora incorporaion Incorora Incororaton
ion of which was yesterday ytsteray approved by bylitpremo brSuprfmf
ton Suprfmf litpremo Court Cour Justice Ju tl Wiltnot Wimot M t Smith Smithhe Rmll
The he objncts obJocs of the club clb a a net et forth In the theertificate thecerifcte
cerifcte ertificate are Ire to advance advac the social Raial and andlolitiral andpoltical
lolitiral Interests Interte of its members and to toiromote topromote
poltical promote iromote the Interests Interts of the Assembly Assemblyllstricts AflsemblydlstricR
dlstricR llstricts The directors direcor and incorporators incorporatorsre Incororators Incororatorsare
are re Simon Rlon E Ostrom Otrom William WIlam Johnson Johnsonlartin JohnsonEward
Muln Darle Gien Alr AlrMarin
Marin lartin Bertram Berrom Horamel and George Georgevens GeorgeStevenB
StevenB StevenBIndllton evens evensVindication
Vindication Indllton Colt Groat SOtzn SOtznComptroller OU3Comptroler
Comptroller Comptroler Grout spent 1947S 9473 to get getelected gft gftIlete
Ilete elected according acrding to his hi sworn stnto stntonent stotoment
nent filed fed yesterday Yeterday in the County Cunt Clerks Clerksfflce ClerksofficI
officI fflce There TErE is no contribution oontrlbuton to Tam Tnmnany Tammnv
the items Mr Grout
nany among thl lel spent
mnv 4651 651 in advertising ndvertslng 13300 13 for printing printingofitage printng printngp0tage
ofitage tneofiongers mnger and ad telegrams 8155 8155or 1165for
p0tage for or stenographers st nogrphor fees te and 1400 140 in incl incllental Incidental
dental expenses expele He contributed contribute I M to the thewelfth theTelh
Telh welfth Awembly district association Bclton of ofkings ofKing
kings county countyov
GO ov Ctimmlni Cum mini to Dlscuu DIIOUI TartlT Tr In E Elt EltDs it itDsa
Dsa Ds MotNES MONES la Nov fl Gov Cummine Cummineins Cmins Cminsha
ha ins announced annuno that in two weeks weks he will willtart willstar
tart East He has acoepted spted an invitation invitationo ivittion ivittionto
star to o speak at the Boston B0ton Merchants Associa AssociaIon A8cl
Ion eJak banquet on Nov No 19 He will wi remain remainn
ton In n the bnquet East El for some Bme time tie and will wi make a alumber anum
num lumber bel of tariff tarff reform rfor speeches speechesSIcIHinnonfh ph0 ph0lcOnooulheekl
SIcIHinnonfh fleeki fleekiMiss
lcOnooulheekl lcOnooulheeklMtls
Miss Marie Skinner Weeks the daughter daulbtor of ofIr ofMr
Mr Ir and Mr ln William WIe K t Weeks Wef of M Hamilton Hamiltonerrace Hamitn HamitnSnace
errace was walrarrP married to William WIUam Nelson McDiin McDiinout MeDunnuh
Snace nuh out b of HutKnd nuttd Vfc VtJnt at Bt t Lukoi Hrote Protutn ProtutnJDtcpal tant tantIplieopal
Iplieopal Church In Convent Unvot avenue aveole at noon noonNtaraar noonFltrdaF
JDtcpal Ntaraar Cburch The Bev Iv Dr D John F Patey Pateyector Patr Patrreetr
FltrdaF ector of tho thl church and nd7the te Rev Dr Charlea CharleaI Cbal CbalM
reetr M I NUee NUe of Ossmlnif Ollni officiated ofcla The maid lald of ofn ofhooor
delDblalnd hooor Wa MII the Ialon bridemaid Et P 81er ere 11 of Plll
m n Rockwell and Miss IM Annie Howe Austen Austenetterby AustenBetrbv
etterby Rookel waa best bet man lan and nd the ushers uAhen wen wenerbert werelerb
Betrbv lerb erbert ii WA Smith Smth ud ad A Qalusai Ollla Weeks Week
Dakin Dakinsolutej Baking
Akolutdy solutej Powder Powderderived PowderPur
I Healthful cream of tartar tartarderived
Pur derived solely from grapes grapesrefined grapesrefned
refined refned to absolute purity purityis
is s the active principle of every everypound everypound
pound of Royal Baking Powder PowderHence PowderHence
Hence it is that Royal Baking Powder Powderproduces Powderproduces
produces food remarkable both in fine fineflavor fne fnefavor
flavor favor and wholesomeness wholesomenessROYAL
Airs Irs Goelet to Give GVl a Deception Recepton at lie lieFifth ler lerFfh
Fifth Ffh Avenue Aenlelomco Home Costume tlmt of Bride Brldand Brideane
and ane ElrldcsniBlili Irldcsnalltc The Dnkei Gift Giftto Grl Grlto
to lilt 111 Fiancee Flanofl a Pendant and Tiara TiaraArrangements Tara TaraArrangements
Arrangements have practically practlolly beei beeicompleted ben bencompJpted
completed compJpted for the wedding weding of Miss MI8 May MayGoolet lay layOelet
Goolet Oelet daughter of Mrs MI Ogden Ooelet Ooeletto
to the Duke of Hoxburgho next Tuesday TuesdayAn TUeday TUedayAn
An authoritative statement of the plam plamfor plaD
for the wedding weddng waa wa given gve out last lalt night nightThe nlRhtThe
The marriage mnrage will wi take place plac at 23l 23loclock 230oclock
oclock In the afternoon nt St Thomas1 Thomas1Protestant ihomWs ihomWsProtetant
Protestant Protetant Episcopal Church Curch Fifth Firh avenue avenuiand avenueand
and Fiftythird Fttythlrd street Btret The ceremony ceremonywill crlmony crlmonywi
will wi be b performed perforle by the rector the Rev RovDr RevDr
Dr Ernest ErnCt M Stires Strs and Bishop Dshop Doane Dono of ofAlbany atAlbny
I IOnl
Albany AlbanyOnly Albny
Only Onl 200 20 persons perRonl have been bon invited invitedand Invied Inviedand
and thoy are ar all al relatives reative or intimate Intiate friends friendsof friendsoC
of the families Cnl But for the fact fae that the theGoelet theGoelet
Goelet family taly la in mourning mouMlng on account aun ol olthe t tte
the te death of Sir Michael Michel Herbert Roror the Britisr BritisrAmbassador Brt1h Brt1hAmbor
Ambassador Ambor to to this country cuntr a larger l rgr wed wedding w ¬
ding would be b held Lady ldy Herbert Herb who whcwaa
waa 1 Mian Mi Leila Li Wilson Wll8n daughter dughter of B RWisn T TWilson
Wilson is a sister of Mrs Ogden Ooelet OoeletThe OoeletThe
Wisn sfltr Ogen
The decorations derton in the church will wi be besimple besiple
simple simpleTho siple 1
The bridesmaids brorBd will 1 be b Lady Ldy Isabelle IsabelleInness ISllbele ISllbeleInnef
Inness Innef Ktr sister slsterot of the Duke Miss ISB Beatrice BeatriceMills Dentrlc Dentrlc1Ie
Mills 1Ie daughter of Ogden Mills lls Miss MIl Alice AliceBaboouk Alce Alcelabck
Baboouk labck daughter daugltlr of Henry D Babcock BabcockMIBS BabcockMits
MIBS Mits Marian orlan Haven daughter of George Oerge G GHaven Glacl
Haven Miss t Thetese Th t l Isclin Iseln daughter of ofAdrian atAdrian
lacl Adrian Iselin lell Jr Alias o Pauline Paulne Whlttier Whlttierdaughter Whltlr Whltlrdaught
daughter r of Gen Charles ChariIl A Whlttier WhlttierMSH WhItter
MSH 1s Nina h111 Thayer daughter of a Col Col Thayer Thayerof I
of Boston and nd Mtfs IIII Martha > 1rtla Johnston JohnstonThe JohntonThe
The lolton bridesmaids will all be dressed dr alike alikein aIkl aIklIn
> wi al e
in pink noueselimi do solo embroidered embroideredgowns embroideredgown
gowns of uoueselnH tho Lenin Lul Solzo style tvle nnd each eachwill eoh eohwi
will crrry a muff muffTbe DutT
wi Tbe Tte crrr bride will wi wenr a n whito whio satin satn gown gownveiled gowni
veiled with it h point valcnciennos vandelJM lace lac and andtrimmed Me Metrlmmpd
trimmed with wreaths of orange blossoms blossomsembroidned blcfsol blcfsolembroidtled
wih wreath ornpo
She Shewill Sheil
embroidned embroidtled on a n small Ilal floral design dllgn
will tulle veil and only onl one jowel an anll
il wear weil a tule el aie jowpl a aemerall
emerall ll aul I diamond pndllnt rlnt nlilxh which iw iwthe i
the gift of tlio Duko DukoTho DIIo
Tho gi brwt mim mCl will wil bo b Captain the Hon HonReginald HonUeglnfld I
Reginald Ward brother brothlr of the Earl Er of ofDudley I
Dudley Dudlo Tho uuliors UBhol will wi be b the Hon Hugo HugoBaring Iugo I IBning
Baring Harold Brafwjy Robert Wharton WhartonGoolet Wharon I IOoelet
Goolet Bning Rogers Vinthtcp a cousin of tho thobride I Ihrde
bride hrde Ooelet Henry Hcnr Boll Ullaml and William WiHam Woodward WoodwardTho Woowarl I
Tho Dowager Dowa r Duehews Dlche > s of Roxburche Roxburchetho Hoxhurghetho
tho 10 Dukos Ouk1 mother will wilUend attend the wexlding wexldingAfter welding weldingAfter
After the ceremony In tho church ehulh is con concluded conclude ¬
cluded clude tho rremon brides hrdell motliei will wil give gh a small smallreception IIul
reception at her home 10mI BOS 6S Fifth Ffh avenue avenueMrs aenUIMrs
Mrs CioelctV Goelct present pnFf1n to her daughter raughtlr is isn Isn
n pearl and diamond tinrn tilra with two largo largodiamond largodlmond
diamond dlmond bowknot hoknt The tiara tal was Wa pur purchased purchnA ¬
chased by II Mrs 11 Ooelet GOlel at tho French Frenh Crown Crownsale CrownMle
sale chnA The Duke 0111e gave plve tho bride brde lx beldN beldNthe lde ldethe
the dlninond pendant which she he will wi wear wenrat wearat
at the wedding a t diamond tiara tiaraThe
tara taraThl
The Thl wodlng Dukes Duke engagement to Miss 1B Goelet Goeletwas Go1et Go1etwa
was wa announced last September Sptemher and ho hohas hohM
has been in this country untrr since Th i Duke DukeIs DukeII
Is II a Scottish SOtlRh peer and is 27 years year old Miss MissGoelet MIA
Goelet G01pt is 23 23The 23The
The Duke sits lil In the House of Lords Lrde as asEarl MErl
Earl Innes Ho succeeded to the dukedom dukedomon dukeom dukeomon
Erl le sureeod
on tho death of his father the seventh seventhDuko sventh sventhDuko
Duko in 1892 He is an aldodecamp aidedecap to tothe tothe
the Prinro Prlnr 18 of Wales Wal le He served servo with wth dis distinction dl ¬
tinction in tho South African war warThe warTe
Suth AriCn
tlnoton The Te ducal ducl estate pJtt < arc Floors Fors Castle CastleKelso Cle CleKelo
Kelso Roxburghe Rxburghe and Broxmouth Brxmouth Park ParkDunbar ParkDunbar
Dunbar and Haddlngtonnhire HaddlngtonnhireRUSSIA Uadellnltonshlre UadellnltonshlreRrSU
Negotiations NClotatonl Miy 1 a He Of Trannferrert Tlnffrre From FromToklo fomToklo
Toklo to St lt PrleMlmrs PrleMlmrsSprtlal Prtflbur Prtflburputal
Sprtlal Catilt Despatch to THK Tal SCK SCKBERLIN sm
BERLIN Nov 6 Newspapers here quote quotea
a Russian RUlm diplomatist diplomatst as saying that the thenegotiations thenegotltlonll
negotiations negotltlonll between hetwcn Russia RUMI and Japan Japanat
at Toklo have been be1 fruitless trltel and that thatthey thatthey
they are likely lkely to be transferred transferre to St StPetersburg St
Petersburg PetersburgPRIESTS Peterburg PeterburgPRISTS
Casper Ernst EnRt Ht ft Pal Pnl Banker Danklr Is In fall fallon Jal Jalon
on entrees Charl of Pnnil PnnilSi Fud FudST
Si PAUL Minn Nov e 6Calper Casper Ernst Ernstcapitalist Erst ErstCplalel
capitalist Cplalel banker nnd Ind owner of several severallarge leeal leeallarge
large blocks blokln in St Paul Is in jail jai tonight tonightThe tonigh
The Tt charge upon which he was wal arrested arrestedis arrstA
is l forgery forger and embezzlement Cmhlzzlement preferred preferredby preferrd preferrdby
by Father Metzler a Catholic Ctholc priest of ofChippewa ofChlppea
Chippewa Falls Fall Wis Ernst Ernlt was wal admitted admittedto admited admitedto
to bail a few fl > w days daYI ago but t odav his bonds bondsmen bondmen ¬
men bal delivered delvlrf him up to the Sheriff Shorl after afterinvestigating afer aferInvestigatng
investigating his Affairs AffairsIt alolrl
Investigatng It is alleged Ileged that tho money mone ho hI handled handledand bAndl1
and with which he purchased purchas two valuable valuablebrick wluable wluablebrcl
brick blocks hlaks here her was contributed ontrlhute by byvarious byrlOI
brcl various rlOI Catholic Catholc priests prestl throughout throulhaut the theNorthwest thoNorthe
Northwest A few days ago nko after af I hie hi arretj arretjut ar t trrMt
rrMt trlRfcrrd al his prop ty lu luot
ut half h l a million milon dollars dlars to a I trustee tnatt6 for the thebenefit tle tleeneft
benefit of his creditors crltre Investigations InveBtgaton are areboing ar
boing made nnd in thc meantime tho thf claims claimsof
of Oath Otbolo olio priests preetB indicate Idkau that thoy were werethe wer
the tb special spolnl dupe dup of Ernet ErnetErnst Enet EnetEst
Ernst is SB years of ape Rerenth he hebounht hebO
15 rers
bounht bO Est ht tbp th Germania ternl nla Of Bank Building Buildingpaving Bidig Bidigpa
paving pa g for It 1161000 11 O It I is I sold ed he had hd not nota
a dollar olar of hia own at the time tme yot ol h he wild wildfor pid pidfor
for it The dieoJosuroe diwJosur which have boon boonmade bn bnmde
made mde lead Th to Uie belief belet that tbt he hs4 h Bunk Bunkthousands
thousands tho8nds le of te dollars dolal for hla h clients Qlent8 and andfrom and andtrm
from trm Indications Indlctonl these lB were I nearly nely all allAmong aUaon
Among aon the Catholic Ctbolo ctorgy clre
MU IMuiy German GPrU Storekeepers Put Pt to t Drat Dratby Dat
by Uie tl Africans AfricansSpecial Afrcnl AfrcnlSptlaJ
Special Cable Ca Dtipalcli Dpalc la 1 TEX Btm BtmCAPE BU
CAPE CAE TOWN OW Nov 0 8I It Is reported rported that thatho thatthe
the Bondelrwarta Bndelzar the tribe of Hottentot Hottentotwhich Hottntots Hottntotswhich
which recently recnty massacred mscrd the garrison ga6n a aWarmbad at atWamba
Warmbad Wamba German Gnan Southwest Southwes Africa Alc bavmurdered haTe haTemurderd
murdered murderd many German Grman storekeepers storekeeprs ii iitho In Inthe
the district dlstrct outside of Warmbad Waba The Thesurrounded Tey Teysurroude
surrounded surroude the police polo post pt at Utlbis Ullbls am ammassacred and andm8Mce i
massacred m8Mce the garrison garrisonRcfug garrisonRdueel
Rcfug Rdueel < esare are arriving arvnp in British Brts territory territoryThe wrtr
The Government of Colony IB ¬
Te Goverfnt Cape Cap f pre preparing pn pnparing
paring measures mals in case cas the Germans Cenans driv drivthe drve drvethe
the rebels rbele southward southwardBERLIN sOllthwad sOllthwadBELIN
BERLIN BELIN Nov ov 8 aThe The disturbances dsturbanC ii iiGerman In InOnan
Onan German southwest southw t Africa Afric are trustworthll trustworthllreported trsworhly trsworhlyrpore
reported rpore to extend o I w r nearly nerly the whoU whoUcolony wholoolony
colony olony The Governor will wl probably proba ly an anfor k ktor
for reinforcements rlntorcment The Europeans in th thWarrabad the theWarmbnd
Warrabad district number numbr about abut 300 300FIRE 8 8FinE
Incrndlirle IncmdtarN Destroy Dutro 84 M Homoi 110050 In I a Hay Haytlan Ha HaIan
tlan Ian Town TownStxcttl Tw Tw3Jtl
Stxcttl 3Jtl CaW Dltpatch Dptcl te 1 Tm T BrH BrHKISOSTON 1
KISOSTON KtNOSTN Jamaica Jamca Nov C 8A A flr flrat
at Jer Jertnle < Snie Htytl Hayt on nMoQdy Monday destroye destroyeeightyfour
eightyfour elhytour houi bOUM s Hundred Hundrs of p r rsons
sons lns ore 11 homeless haeles The Tf Oovernment Gveret 1 1aiding Is Isaiding
aiding Uie tie sufferer 81eM The Te Are fre wa wa Ui Uiwork te tewrk
work wrk of incendiaries inondlarle When Wen an an attemp attempwas atempt atemptms
was ms made to quenoh quenh the flames fa it wa wafound WAS WAStound
found that the water supply had ba beei beeicut ben benout
cut off offTho 01
The president of the Haytlan Hoytan Senate SenateM
M Stewart Ste art hns been Imprisoned ImprBne for bank banlfrauds bankfmudll
frauds fraudsThem fmudllTher
Them is much mich tension tenlion In the relation relationbetween relatloMbetw
between betw n Hnyti and Santo Snto Domingo and i iresort
resort rellor to arms aMII is expected expectedValue expet expetslne
Value slne of St t Lronlt Lutl Exhibits Exhlll Not NltConldfntll NltConldfntllprlnl ConOdentUI ConOdentUIVpdirf
Vpdirf Catitt aM ttupntelt Dpnlcl to Tut T Kim KimMANILA ST
MANILA Nov 6 Oov ov Taft in a decision decisionhanded deision deisionhandfd
handed handfd down today upholds the conten contention cntn cntntlon ¬
tion of Mr Neltlerlein Selrerleln the agent opnt of the St StLouis StLouIs
Louis Exposition Expllon and Collect Collclr ir of CustomH CustomHShuster Clfltom ClfltomShu8ter
Shuster that aampln Implf prices pric should Ihould be heglvAn heglvAnfor given givenfor
for goods sent lent to the Fair Fall He dow dOf not notsustain 10t 10tsUltaln
sustain sUltaln the protests protO8 of the Chamber Chlmber of ofCommerce ofCmmtr
Commerce Cmmtr and the foreign forl n Consuls Conluls He Headds1 Heacids
acids adds1Information
acidsInformton Information Informton coming cming to the Govern Government Oovlrnment ¬
ment through the customs cutorslrvic service concern concerning cncrn cncrnInK ¬
InK the character and ond value lue of importations importationsIs
I Is not confidential confidentialViceroy confdent 111 111Ioero
Viceroy Ioero Curzons crrnl Vacation VacationSpecial ataUon I ISpulal
Special C Cnb < 7M < > Dupatrli Vpa1 to Tira T SCN SCNIxSDON S 1 1INDN
IxSDON INDN Nov 6 6Ird Ixird Curzon Cron of Kedles Kedleston K dl dlran
ton will wi rolinquish relnqulh the viceroyalty vcroyalt of India Indiain IndiaIn
in May 11 and resume rume his hil post pt in August AugustLord AugustLor
Lord Lor A nipt mpthl hill will wi act ac as Viceroy Vicroy in the theInterim theIntrm
Intrm IntrmIr Interim InterimMri
Mri Ir Sehenlry 8hfnlf to He Uurled UUre In England Englandflpfrtal Enslane EnslaneoptcaJ
flpfrtal optcaJ Catilt OttpMelt VtpJlh to THU TBI SVN SVNLONDON StN StNLNDON
LONDON LNDON Nov No 0 GTe The body by of Mrs MrsMary MI
Mary E Schenley tho Pittsburg Pittlburjf philan philanthropist phlan phlanthroplBt ¬
thropist who died die on Wednesday Weneav will il be beburied beburll
buried burll morrow in Kensal KlnMI Green Gr Cemetery to toPOSTlM tomorrow
How no Coffee Coffe Nets Iti Il Grip and Ii Never NeverSuspected Nevr NevrSuspectfd
Suspected SuspectedIt Suspectfd SuspectfdI
It I U I surprising surr lng how many people pople never neverBUspeot ner nersupot
that coffee is causing all their theirtrouble
supot BUspeot tht oolee I ouflng al thllr thllrtruble
trouble truble until ut they tho are finally finBly knocked knockl out outor outor
or some 8me dlfioana dlCo caused 0lU5e by coffee clee h hA < w wdOtno
dOtno to chronic and d almost incurable incurableEven Incurble IncurbleEVAn
Even In chronic cases the chances ohancl are area arf arfa
a shift Ihlt from codec cpo to Postum Food Coffee Coffeewill
will wi build buid the sick Ilck one up and in time tme effect effecta erlct erlcta
a cure cureSomntimes cm cmSmAtmE8
Somntimes SmAtmE8 this happens with surprlnlng surprlnlngpromptness lurrllng lurrllngprOmp
promptness prOmp n8 A lady lay of Syracuse SrrlUf Neb Nebsays Sfh SfhMYII
says aUst Lust spring lig a year ar ago a o my doctor doctortold dOCor dOCortld
told me meI I would Wld have he to stop drinking dinking oof ooffee coff
fee f I had hld heart heat trouble troubll so bad bd that tht the theleast te teINst
least INst excitement exclt < ment would wuld cause rus me to choke chokoup chokeup
up so 10 I could culd scarcely cacl get my breath bra th and andI
I was Wa so 10 nprvoiiH 11IOtR I could culd no nl benr l to have havethe hl 0 0te
te the children chidrn move around aroud the houso housoDoctor houl
Doctor told tld my husband husbnd to get Postum Postumfor Poetumtor
for me mf but before bfore he did so wo Wf moved to tothe tote
te the country and I fell fel hack on milk mlk and andwater andwlter
wlter water but oen oven such slch exertion as 1 climbing climbinga cibing cibinga
a flight fight of stair IIt lr caused Clud my heart hlar to to hurt hurtmo hurtmA
mo so I would wuld feel sick and faint faintThis faintTi
This Ti continued all al summer until unti in the thefall thefII
fII fall we again aRlln moved to Syracuse By There Theregot Ter
I got go Homo Poatum Potum and ad began hRan to t feel so somuch somuc
muc much bettor btor after using one package Plokag that thatcontinued thatI
I continued Its It use Uf > altogether aloethcr and nd I am now nowsetter no
bte setter in i health thau thJ I havo ever been bn be before botoro ¬
fore in eight t1ht years Ylarl I am al stronger and andfleshier nndt0h
t0h fleshier r than I er fVt r was Wt nnd have not had hadthe hadtl
tl the heiidache htoacle but thre tbM times tme II Mnoo Ilno I be began b ¬
gan to ute ll Postum Ptum a year ago The Te change changewrtalnly elMKe elMKe0alnly
0alnly wrtalnly oeoms II wonderful wooful for I have Ind Indoo hdno
oo return rt of the heart hea troublo trublo at all 11 and ad I Ioarer Inyr
nyr oarer get tired tr tolling wiig what hat Pot PoHum turn has hasdone hasdoe
doe done for mo a Name given by Postum PostumCo PostumC
C Co Battle Ttle Creek Ck Mich MichLook Min
Look L in I each ea package page for a copy opy of th thfamous thf thffamoU
famoU famous fille lle little lte book bk The Te Road Ro to Well Wellfille ell elllle
RnllaD RuuUn Minister nlte of Uie te Interior Iuror Itftttu ItftttuTbBt I
TbBt at Order OrderSpwtal OMPro
o Spwtal al Cablt Ca DttpatOi lpt to TBX T Set SetBEBUN
BEBUN BJIN Nov e 81 M de Plchrs PI h Kaarian KaarianMinister Rl
Minister Mloto of the Interior ha h8 issued I a pro prohibition p ¬
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