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> lrs Ir Oilell 01111 itelI lltcullcetnl IIcolcttlc a I Previous lrtlou Kit Kiteasement 11 11al lnngeiiientF
easement al ngeiiientF nlnlIlt 1ttt t In II the Fire Ire AgainMr AgainMrIlatt Agnln gall SIr SIrPlatt Ir IrIlal
Platt Ilal Hay ta1 a a Now cw York ork Llly el UIt linn 11n OiiRli OiiRliin OUllt OUllttn OiiitI
in I p Have lan Milliard Illarc Place 1loIIOcl1 IInOdeII Udell lleall lleallHants lea1 lea1al IIeaIIlant
Hants lant al I 10 Reconstruct letolslrutllhl tlic City 1 Machine MachineCiov InchlneOdpl IneblneijV
Ciov ijV Odell Odpl had n I posilivo plfllvo engagement engagementU engagementwdlnn
U wdlnn > dliw ILI with withHellurPlattallho Senator SenatorPlatt Platt at the Fifth FIChAenue FIChAenueHot Avonui AvonuiHotel AvonueIIOtl
Hotel Hot lllst last lti night at II 030 At 0 oclock ocok Major MajoiHnrrison MnjorHarrbol MajorHnrriOfl
Hnrrison Harrbol K I Bird BnI tlio t Governors Governorl ovornorA mllltar mllltarwcrelary military militaryicreary
wcrelary lrlar > caino CIIO down dol I from Ciov 0 Odell Odel ai aith nt nttho n nthu
th tho Hotel IIMI Netherlands and formally formaly notified notlflecSenator nollfed nollfedtlator notifiedSnator
Senator tlator Platt that Ihlt t tle o Governor could not nolkeep notktl notktep
keep ktl hU hi engniHment fngagNlclt tngagt Inent inasmuch InMluch as I a Mm Mh Odol Odolhail Odel Odollhad
hail hatmade made an engagement eUfaclent for him of which whlclIIP whichhp
IIP Iu tlio Governor oIpror wan wa entirely cnllrcl unawarewien unaware unawl unawirowen ro roIen
wen Ien ho mndo tho engagement cnlnement to dine will willSenator wlh wlhHlntor withSnator
Senator Hlntor and 111 MraPltitt 1Plntt at the Fifth Fith Avenue AvenueHotel Alenuo
Hotel lntel IHSI I ai I night nightVhon nlhtWhn nigliLvln
1 Vhon Major lljor Bird Drd delivered dcllclll this llls message messagelo lesrlgo
lo Senator Hlnatol Plott Plol thero were wcr ero present M MLiim 1 MLiun
Liim Liln liruco BruCl ProNldout Irlltlnt of the Now ow York YorhRepublican YorltR Yorkrtpultican
Republican R puhlCnn county cOU flt committee commite LieutGov LieutGovFrank JcutGO JcutGOfrnk Licut Gov GovFrunk
Frank frnk Waylanti Higgins IgltnR exSenator IxSenat9r Timo Timothy TlmoIh Tttiothy
thy Ih Illwurds I Ellsworth Elsworlh of Lockport IAcport All Allthi Alltht 1
thi thl afternoon afproon at Mr Il Plaits Plais office ofc in Broad Broadway Broadway Broadvfl3
way vfl3 and nli at his hil apartments at the Fifth FiftlAvenue Fih Fihnnue Fifthk
Avenue k nnue ° Hotel 10tel Republicans from all al over oler the theState Ihobtote theState
State were with wih him himConumssloiwr hll himConwisiorior
Conumssloiwr Conlnt orlr Patrick Pltrick W V Culllnan Culnan of olOswogo ofO ofOwego
Oswogo O wIgO of tho State Excise Icl e Department Departmentleinaina DeparlmentlEwalns Departmenteinains
leinaina lEwalns at the thl Fifth 1 Ifll Avenue Hotel and andlie andIto
lie has 1M 1ia hnd talks lalkl with a number of 0 Onvego Onvegoims wego wegoRiis
Riis ns Home of whom have suggested the thename thelamo thename
name lamo of Edward W V Pltkln Pikin born bor In Os Oswego Oswoo Osvego
woo to be fieorgo eorgf Hllllards Illnrds successor successorIIA succ or or11f
11f a IIA Deputy Ioput Exciso lc XCiS4 Commissioner Commsloner for the theoily thedty theit3
oily it3 of New ew York Mr Ir Culllnan Culinan said he hehad hehad hehad
had nothing nthln whatever wbatelN to tell tellhout about appoint appointments appointmentl appointments ¬
ments mentl of this thl kind for tho simple reason reasonthat rMon rMonthnt reaonthat
that this matter matel would be taken up by byothers byothers byothers
others othersAll othersAl othersAll
All Al that President Bruce Erco of the Republi Republican Republ ¬
can c cunt cunty > unty c nimlttco mmltco would say f was wasthat 118 118that wasthat
that It had been beagrcfd agreed by some that George GeorgeHllliard Gerge GergeHiiard GeorgeHilliarti
Hllliard Hiiard wn wns < > lo itsign I ign and that a number numberof
of names IIH ware llt being considered for the theBuctpfiion thefHcet thep theAnother
p Buctpfiion fHcet iun Another report was WI to the thoeffect IhoeleN theeffect
effect eleN that thl Senator Platt had sent ent word to toMr 10Mr toMr
Mr Ililliard Illard not to resign under any cir circumstances cr crcumstmces circumstances ¬
cumstances and nd still ell another was wal wa that thatSenator Ihatnator thatSenator
Senator nator Platt had made a positive posllvo state statement alatemcnl statemont ¬
mont that Mr lr Pitkin Pikin should Ihould not havo the theplace Iheplaco theplace
place as Mr Ir Hilliards lllmls successor because becausethe beau80 beau80tbe becausethe
the place ought to go to a New York city
Republican Rlpuhllan In reply ropl to this thll Mr Ir Pitkins Pitkinsfrjends Pltldnsfrends PitIdnsfriends
friends frends sad that he had been btn merely merly born bornIn bornin
In Oswego and could not 10t help that thatEvery thatEverv thatEvery
Every hour tloufih tlu h since Gov Odell Odellarrived Odel Odehlarrived
arrived arlvfd in town a few days da1 ago and since sinceSenator sinceSenator
Senator natar Platt arrived frcm Washington Washingtonthere Wahngt Wahngtthere Washingtanthere >
there has ha been 1l1 but one aie stlbject 8thjiot of conversa conversation crers convorsutton ¬
tion among Republican RepuolC1 politicians poltican and that thtis thrt thrtil thatis
is il that Illt the t e Governor Goveror stenuously t and per persiftenty perIlrtenty per3lEtefltTy
siftenty and Indignantly Ildi nantlr has prcteited prcteitedflsalnf pretetadnlllt prctetedainrt
flsalnf nlllt ainrt t tho appointment appolntnnt of George Gergo R Shel Sheldan Sheld Sheldn
dan d n to be Republican Ropuhlcn national Iltonl committse committseman ommit ommitman ommitteman
man to t succeed succee the lota lot Frederick feerick S Gibbs GibbsTh GlbbMThe GibbsThe
Th The perelstencv porlitoncv of Gov Odell Odtl in this thigmatter thismter thismatter
matter mter recalled reclled nlfi hi attitude toward Mr MrSheldon MrtIIdon lr lr8ldon
Sheldon as a the candidate for Lieutenant LieutenantGqvernor Lieutennt LieutenntGqemor LieutenantGqernor
Gqvernor at Saratoga Springs Sprng last sum summer summer summer ¬
mer when he threatened to jotlrc tre as 11 head headof hod hodof l ad adof
of the ticket tcet if Mr Sheldon Sheldn was wa nominated nominatedfor nominate
for LieutenantGovernor In a secret ecet con conference cn cnfernc conference ¬
ference then biAwecn Gov Odell Odel and his hisfriends hi hisfriends
friends fernc nnrll nnchlnstorP1ttt emrtor btwenGv moPlott < Platt and bin friends friendswith frends frendswith friendswtttt
frendlnlr with Mr Shrldon htldon present pre nt Oov 00 Odell Odel turned turnedto tur turnedto
to Mr Mralleldon Sheldon and said saidI 6ld 6ldI
I dont caro to have ha you on the thoUcket thoUcketIlhough ticket ticketalthough ticketalthough
although Ilhough I am very frievdly fri frid lr to you ou per perman persnaly personafly
snaly sonafly hut you arc to too much ot n Morgan Morganmln Morgaaman
man mln to suit mo moTo mcTo meTo
To which Mr Sheldon Shplran replied repliedIt rppled rppledIt
It seems leeml to me joy io Odell Odll that I am amnot amnot amnot
not as amuch much of a Morgan Iorran men mln as you are ar a aHarrimnn aHarrlmnn aharriman
harriman man manThero manTherols manThere
There Therols is very er bad feeling ffln over this thi matter matterand mater materand matterand
and according accrding to many 111 RopubUonl Republicans It Itgets Itges itgets
gets ges deeper dllpr and ane deeper deeperOov deeper deeper1ev
Oov 00 1ev Odell Odel his friends frene saltldeslros Raid de8r desirns to t have haven hale halen
n 1 fhake h kE up among amon Republican fppub I Ican Assembly Assemblydistrict A Asemblvdistrict sembl sembldistrict
district leaders 1111en in all ul the boroughs 10rol hR of this thiscity thbctr th13city
city ctr below bllow to t 0 Brrnx Rrn at the primaries prarie in Feb Fcbruary Febnl Fobrwtry
ruary nl which whih are Irf nr to t elect elct delegates relegate to t the therepublican theRepublcnl thehlepubhicari
republican Republcnl Suti ° convention conVfnton which is isto I isto
to name the delegates delelt at large to t the Presi Presidential Prll Prlldental Prildentiai ¬
dential dental convention cl1entlol This Thi has been bol a 0 hcbby
it i was f said ad nlr with 1th Cloy 0 Odell Odel for the last lastyear Ilt Iltear lastyear
year ear especially lJcaly after Coler ran up that thattrrtnendous thnttrprfendol thuttrernendouB
trrtnendous trprfendol plurality plurnltr of 122000 1220 in ths thscity thscity thecity
city against agaln t Odell Odel a year yfr ago agoOov alo agolow
low Odell Odtl knows knowF perfectly prlfly well we 1 that thatevery t thatevery hit hiteery
every Republican Repuhlcnn district dltrct leader IF I < elected electedat olpctto electeat
at the primaries primares by his own constituency constituencyand cOlsttuency cOlsttuencyand
and that the loaders ICderl of theso thel < districts di1 rlla can cannot emnot cannot ¬
not bo b upsH or dethroned rpthronr except excpt by I their theirown theirown theirown
own cons cOIltupncle con ituencles One eminent Re Republican Republcn Reptibhlcnn ¬
publican publcn who rh is n mighty ml htyturdr sturdy citizen citizenlid citizn citizne cItizenutid
utid lid e conoiroing clo mlng Gov Go Odells Odell frequprt frequprtattacks frlqurt frlqurtRtla frequertattak
attacks Rtla kl upon the Republican Ippuhlkan Assembly
district dl lrl leaders lenderl below The Bronx BronxIt DronxI
It I Is a wonder to me and It Is II a wonder wonderto
to lots lotf of other Republicans HepublCns that there Iher is isany I Isany
any Republican Hepulllcan organization orgonl7Atol in any of the theboroughs theboroujhR theboroughs
boroughs boroujhR of the city cty or that there has been beenfrom beenfrom
from thn III hour that Gov 0 ov Odelltook Odel Odeli took Jthe Jtheexecutive 5theexnittiVe the theeXf
executive eXf ulivo chair at Albany AlhalY Frcm the themoment thumamelt themoment
moment mamelt ho got into Ilto that neat Int ho ht began beganhis heganhlg beganhis
his attacks atacks ujxmMlio uponfhe city clr pi jwchtd ° hed along nil idlforts 11 nilorts
forts Forlf of tax bills his mid with wi I h Mayor Iavor Low Lowhoisted Lll LowlolstOd
hoisted holRtc tho liquor lquor tax from W O Y to < l201 l201And I2fflAnd
And It is II a 1 marvel mlrel as I said before beforethat beore beorethat beforethat
that thorn is a Republican Repuhlcnn organization orlnlization In Intlm InIhn Intim
tlm tim city dt at all 11 It Is II h n 1 marvel marcl that we are arealive nr nrnlvo arediva
alive nlvo or that we 1 have hnla enough ennu h members mPlner to toattend tnItend toattend
Itend attend our olr regular rlular meetings melnI after afer Gov GovOdills brOthils OI OIOdI1
Odills OdI1 attacks atnckl on us UI from from the very cry hour hourthat hourIhat hourthat
that Ihat he went to Albany AlbanyAll AlbanyAl
All Al this thl talk about ahut Coy Go Odells Odell tryinr tryinrto
to shake fhake up UI assembly aemhl district dllllct leaders IMder ts tsnonsense 18nonsenft tsflOnSOlISO
nonsense nonsenft for the reason Il n that the con conMitiifiils cn cnI cont
Mitiifiils I iwpntl of these thf district dillrlct leaders Itnders will wi talcornrn take lalmrarl takecare
care rarl tOKpe 10 f that thn the IH leaders IMdlr represent reprtnt their theirconstituents theirrnI theireotutituents
constituents rnI lcnll and nd not ot Joy Odell OdellVO Odel Odelli
VO i 0 IK Inm IIUllRI lilt AllOLT MARHIAfilf UtItttIliA 4 4Dr JIr 1 1lr
Dr Ir lwlilon Illho KM nclll nd HI Ills Wife iI 1ft Have lan Not ot Itllleil ItllleilJersey IlIIleilJersey llcll
Jersey 1 crsl IJienup UNnl1 Vet VetDr letIr el elDr
Dr James M I Luddon of 233 33 West 120th 120thKreet 120thHrplt 120thtrprt
Kreet Hrplt has hlR been ben married so often ofcn to Mrs Mrsllllip Mrs1Illie 11
llllip LiiI Winston Wlnlton inston that ho doesnt domt think the thepublic ll thePlIliO
public puhlc aro intereHted InterHled to know whether whethfr ho holias hoIni hohIa
lias Ini hIa married Inalied her h r again apaln or not not He said saidlast s11dlihht 5311last
last night lihht however that they were not notmarried 10 10Inarrrd notmarried
married Inarrrd again n tin yesterday cst errny They Thu could couldhave coull coullhan could1t3Vr
have married becati hlmlf becatFe > they thl had licenses licenseslo IrensfH IrensfHtn
lo in JerHP and the 1 requiredfivn
nmrry Innrr > New XeI Jersey required reqlirdfn
fivn fn flv days dE > H of waiting WAII Imd expired expiredMrs explrcdh ex1iedMrs
Mrs h Winston who 10 lio IB I living lving with Dr DrIiiidden DrUtdll DrltfliiCn
Iiiidden Utdll hUH been innrrifel five flo times tlncl In InJW7 II
JW7 1 S7 hhf KIP he cot Iot a divorce from Jnmen Tn mE M Patrick Patrickr pntriCkl
4 hpr > r tirtt Irt husbrnd 11fhrnd In ISPO I who marrie marrlNWalher marrieaIker < l lWalker
Walker aIker Winpton nid in IRon pot ot nn Ola Olahr 011 M1aI
I hr hra > nn divorre ellrre iivorc from him In I October ISOV ISO tS 1S97I
I I V 1 mnrried rrre 1 Dr Iidelen 1Ichlel but Winston WinstonIoprid Inlon Inlon1
I Ioprid up 1 ll nnd Inllllt ujwt i the t11 I I ic Oldahomn Ohlahoml 1k Ia homa decree decree1r def
I 1r I r luddiii luddl and 111 Mrs 1 r rs Vlnnlon 11on itin I on then I had hld a aeonnnoii IIronlnel aI
I eonnnoii ronlnel law Ilw bt innrriape ICrI3 xnn rriaro p but hit I u t Winston Ins ton trn tnd tndII tIfll tIfllIll l lup
up II Ill with wih n I wilt foriliemtion forllen110n for ilkntlon Thedecor Thedecorfrel Thc de l cor corFrr corrrltile
frel Frr rrltile the til Indv then w wer Hm iro hitched hlchld by a Jersey JPIWVVi JlrI
1J i > tifo lk of thn II perpo lCN hey JUJY I mude up their theiriinds Ihdrnrhnlr theiri
i iinds nrhnlr lionover IlN Ihnt this thi mlpht ml ht not ot Hat sats Kt KtIf
If s v iiirion 11OI KO C l slio ho went Wllt last 1It month to toluMirc
luMirc fBC Vemno Nllrlnl in Troy mr and got a Xow XowT Xowor
or T divorre tlOrl Ivore from frol Winston il iiiton lon
Th HIPV followrel folod lhi thin un 11 by h I going Ioll to Jersey Jeley
iw tlr I thor dnv rn Ins nnd Rnttlng tln licenses IrlnfI to marry marr
HI nnr ri rr r nnin nroil 1aIri
> rw w Train I PliirlJa PliirlJaiv I1rltlaIllnrlflc IIlla IIllaI
I Illnrlflc nrll Nov > iv ZI 2a via In Soiiilirrn Sojit nlthtl hr n llvy 1 itw Tve Tver
r I 9 k II > lly I 33 I1 I M 1 ninhc 1tnti nl 1 and andsin 111111 S1ertt
t sin t i vrii ttt 1 imns lflC Zl 27i 7I ft ItS 1M 11 Imwi Imwi1m Irnadwar IrnadwartilE man war warTIIK
tilE MKltlitv 1 Uaililnntnn n It C Crrriin Cn3n Ctarsn
tarsn rrriin ini 3111 iun 1nI nii plnns pIn I llcst Ir < 1 lueAtlon Ilrlon lw b bt t tr
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r U Vi i 1hJ hl I T 1 ni > nwliliie mnllll ratcli It ttir tC Irodinr Irodinrmn Init
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01101 111 Jnl J5T mn T I l vlneAdr > vlneAdrii
Two More ore Lives lh Lost In II ripple Crock Crlk tn tnI Ins tnlIhe Insthe
I the he Result or a Strike StrikeDKNVED SlrlkoDfNVEn StrikeDENVEn
DKNVED Co Nov Nol 21 1DarlowH Barlow H McCor McCormlck McCorzuick lcCormlek
mlck aperlntendont perntendont and Mu Iu via In H Beck Becka Dek Dekn
a n miner wore wer Instant ILlalt y hi ed as the IOHII IOHIIof t tor I Iof
of abor f rouh es by the exp asian of an in infcrnn Inferna inloran
loran machine Inchlno hcavl y charged with wih dyna dynamite dynami dynamite
mite mi In II the main shaft har of the Vindicate Vindicatemlno Vildiclol Vildiclolmlno Vindicatormine
mlno at Crlppo 0 Creek Crek this morning 10rln Th Thvictims rue ruevictims he hevictims
victims wore the on y poHHengnrn plnglll in the cage cagtwhich cagewhIch cagewhich
which set et t off of the mechanism mecbanll of tho device clevioat deviceat
at the sixth luth eve ele wrecking wrcckln cage Iaga and tin tinmouth the Iholoulh themouth
mouth loulh of the evel evelEvery elel elelEver evelEvory
Every Ever hmn on UI tie mine hurried to tli tlirescue 110 110rescue 1w 1wresotie
rescue but Iwlng lin compelled compelod to ue Ule cthu cthuopenings ctheropenings cthoropenIngs
openings to t reach rPlch the scene fcelf of the explofioi explofioiIt
It wan Wi an ni hour hOI before IJforo its result were Wlr mad madknown madoknown madeknown
known Investigation IIt alon showed that tli tliInfernal the theInferal theInfernal
Infernal Inferal machine containing cOItlnln several sOIerl pound poundof pOUIL pOUILof POtlIkdsof
of dynomits wiw placed plaeld in tho sixth love lovewhich 1Jel 1Jelwhich levelwhich
which is I part of the abandoned abanroned working workingof oikiiigsof
of the mine within wlthll a few inches of the shart shartThen ahartThen shartThen
Then a loaded revolver was fixed fxml In the shaft tihafwith Ihan Ihanwith shaftwith
with Its 13 It muzzle luzzle pointing pointng directly dln > tly toward townritlio towardtho towardthe
the infernal nferal machine machineTo
To to trigger of the revolver rOloltr was WIH at attnched atInched attached
Inched a string which was thrown across acromthe acrof acrossthe
the shaft shat In such lch a manner that when thtcage the thecge thecage
cage cge came down and hit the lie string tin tinrevolver Iherloler therevolver
revolver rloler would shoot the bullet bulet striking strlkitifthe ftriklng ftriklngthe strikingthe
the infernal Inferal machine machinePieces machinePlocs machinel10ce8
Pieces Plocs of this revolver reloler have been ben ro recovered rocoerld rocovered ¬
covered coerld from frm the bottom btom of tho shaft shaftbut Hhaftbut shaftbut
but not It a vestige YIIe of the infernal machine irinchinccan IMchlnecn machinecan
can cn bo b found The bodies bdlea of McCormack McCormacland McCormackand lcCormackanl
and anl Beck Dek have been bl recovered recoveredAs retovere
As soon Ion as tho commander cmmander of the militia militltwas mita mitaWf militiawas
was Wf notfed notified of the outrage outrge a 1 strong force forcewas forcewal forcewas
was wal sent fnt to the mine which with all al its itsopenings is isopenings itsopenings
openings Is now under guard and being beingsearched bing bingsarche beingsearched
searched sarche with the hope Ilop of discovering discoveringtlio disc disco Ierlng Ierlngtho ering eringthe
the perpetrators prpelrtor Supt Supt McCormack IcCorack ww wwone wasone
one ole of the l o best bel known and most popular populaimen popularmen
men in the district dl trlcl He leaves lenlf a wife and andseveral andselerl andseveral
several selerl children childrenCOLOMIllAS chidren chidrenCOL011JS childrenCOLOMBI4S
President Plldent Marroquln llrroltuln Wants ants All Al South SouthAmerica Soulhmcrha Southtinerlea
America to Make lakl Common omlon oninoii Cause CauseSpecial Cau CauS CauseSpecial
Special S al Cable CaO Despatch Lelpllrh to Tlir TiE sex SlNCARACAS sexV StxCnAcs
CARACAS V RAC Vnnezuela VIezucla Nov Xo 10 delayed IdelayediPrcsldent delayedPresident dclaredPldent
President Castro Cntro has ha received rclled a long cable cabledespatch cble cbledespatch cablelespatch
despatch from President Mnrrociuin lrroCuin of ofColombia ofColomblu ofColombis
Colombia In which Mrrroquin ILrroquln asserts assertsthat nrta nrtathat asaertathat
that tho sicession 8Jccsilon of ho State of Panama Panamawas PanamaS Panamawas
was S not inspired Inlplrd by b sacred sacrd sentiment sentimentbut 8entlmentbut sentimentbut
but was WI duo to personal pnoral interests Intersts It I is ispointed II IIpoited ispolntel
pointed poited out that the cause cnUfe of Colombia ColombiaIs Colombi
Is the caM of all al the South American Americanrepublics Amencanrpublc8 Americanrepublics
republics rpublc8 and that Colombia Colombi expects expecll the theassistance theasltanc theassistance
assistance asltanc of her sister elor republics republicsPresident republc republicsPresident
President Prsident Marroquin Malouln asserts alra finally tnaly that thatthe Ihatthe thatthe
the Colombian 1 b1n Oovernnierjt Oovernle Gosernmert t will wi resist rsist by byall byapOlble byaI
all apOlble aI possible means meas the separatist sparaVst separ tjst move movement move movement movemont ¬
ment regardless r adlo8 of the loss 10 of life and andtfie ande andthe
the e expense exl involved involvedxo Imolvedu involvedxo u
His Picture on a lerten noreen ereen Falls Fala to Arouse an anAudience nnudlenee anAudience
Audience In Stamford StamfordSTAMFORD Stamflrd StamflrdSTAMFORD StaiinrdSTAMFoRD
STAMFORD Conn Conl Nov 21 21The 21The The Cull Childrens Chi Culldrens ¬
drens Patriotic Pulnoto Society Solelr of Stamford held helda
a meeting metnK last night to arouse arolse public publc interest interestin t I
in a 0 fund to eroot lroot memorials to Stamford StamfordRevolutionary StamfordRovoluUonarr StamfordItovolutlonary
Revolutionary RovoluUonarr soldiers A feature fealro of the themeeting themeetng themeeting
meeting meetng was Wl an Illustrated luHtrate lecture leclro by b Louis LouisX
X Cornish Crnl8h secretary Icretar of the Empire Epire Society Societyof Hocel
of the Sons of the American Revolution RevolutionToward Rfvolutlon RfvolutlonToward RevolutionToward
Toward the end of tho be lecture there was wasthrown WI wasthrown
thrown on the screen Bcron a view Iel of a national nationalmeeting nationalmeetng nationalmeeting
meeting meetng of the Daughters Daughler of tho American AmericanRevolution AmericanROIoluton AmericanRevolution
Revolution ROIoluton In Washington hlngton showing Presi President Pr PreMident i ident ¬
dent Roosevelt Roleelt on the stage stageThe stagehe stageThe
The he picture of tho President Prc ldent was M not notclear notclear notclear
clear but Mr Ir Cornish Corh called caled special at attention ailentlon attention ¬
tention to it and made some Iole compli complimentary compl complimontary ¬
mentary mentar reference to tho President Pr ldent The Thepicture Tiepicture 10 10picture
picture and tho remarks remarkl of tho lecturer lecturerwore leclurerworo lecturerwore
wore received without wihout applause which whichwas whichWn whichwan
was Wn the more noticeable notceable because becaule it was Wa a ademonstrative ademon8tratve ademonstratlvo
demonstrative demon8tratve audience applauding vigor vigorously vigorously igorously ¬
ously at other times timesSHO tlf tlfSOO
Twothlrtls TwolhtN of o Mississippi llnISIPII State late Convicts ConvictsAsk CO ConvictsAsIc le15 le15Aslt
Ask to lie Released ReleasedXRW Icllucd IcllucdXRW blessedNnsv
XRW ORIKANB Nor 21 21Ther 21There Thero arc nr now nowon nOI nOIon nowon
on file f with wih Coy Longinoof Ingll of Mississippi fAIsslppl 80 80petitions 8 8pelillons 8Opetitions
petitions for jwrdons pnrdonl of convicts now In Intho Intho Inthe
tho penitentiary pnlontlary There Ther ore more than
1100 110 convict cnvlcU In the penitentiary pellteltiR and over overtwothirds oler olertwothlrdshalp overtwothirds
twothirds twothlrdshalp have petitions plltonl on file fle for pardon pardonwith pron pronwih pardonwith
with wih the Governor It I Is I this thll way every everytime ele eletmo everytIme
time tmo a 1 Governor GOleror goes voc out of office ome The Tlioconvicts Thocnvicts Theconvicts
convicts cnvicts seem KPlm to think that they will wi hvo hvon h lo lon
n n better betor oanco onno a anco just ust as he Is leaving leain office ofhcoand ofC ofCand officeand
their friends to work
and they get getting gettingup INtlt
up petitions pttons for pardons pardonsBy
By every clery mail mni the petitions petions for pardons pardonsare pardonar
are ar augmented nu mtntl > Some of tho convicts rmlcll have haveinfluential havoinluentlal haveinfluential
influential inluentlal friends friendl visit the Governor GItrnor hi hiperson II IIlxrlon iiiperson
person lxrlon and after afer presenting pre lntlnl the be pot pctllon petition it ion for forpardon forparnn forpardon
pardon parnn make Ttko a personal pelonal plea for clemency clemencyIt clemencrIls
It Ils is Impossible for fo boy Gal Longlno to con consider canBider eonshier ¬
shier the t tl1PC h IVIIPH CI It I is L said that tho maxi maximum maximlm maxlmum ¬
mum mlm number nUlhtr of pardons parronR ho will wi grant grnt in the thuseven tht thttCIII theaeveii
seven tCIII weeks he will wi remain will wi bo 1 twenty twentyDEMAXDS twent twentIJfltJ twentyItE1LIVIS
Colombia uulhlaj Move IOe at Colon ColonThrlnl ColonThreat Threat or Anti AntlHoMevrll Anl AntiIbooievclt
HoMevrll loleH1 CaniialiiSpecial Caniialii amllallu amllalluptfal anhiiaInspecial
Special ptfal Cable Vnpalch lnpalrh to Tar MU MUCOIX StYCOLON o oCOoS
COIX COoS COLON > N NOV 21 2Gn 21Gen On Reyes Res tho lie CVIom CVIombian Cdall Ctlnnibian
bian pence pfIO commisslonor clunlllollr presented pe cllod a lotto lottotoday IllO IllOtodny lettotoday
today to Hear Admiral Coghlan Cghlan the llo com commander centmander 01 01mander
mander of the American Americn naval ni I tort forr IK on onthe ontho Onthe
the Isthmus requesting permission perml 810n to tnlnnd tnlnndlomblal land landColombian latitiolomblali
Colombian lomblal troops trOpl In Panama 1lnamn territory territoryAdmiral terrter terrterAdmirl territoryAdmiral
Admirl Admiral Coghlan Coghlal refused to grant Lrnt the therequest tht thtrellt theThe
rellt request The letter leter naked that I the ho troop troopbe trop tropbe troop4be
be allowed alowed to land outside the zinc of c the tlmPanama th thlaamn thePanama
laamn Panama railroad railroadIt rnlrcad rnlrcadI
It I Is stated that Iml Cpii UI HeypH He f1 has hal taid t ld that thatif thuti thenif
i if no satIsfaction ItHfacton is It received rcllled from f1 from fromItoosevelt IrvMdinj IrvMdinjlloofiovelt Inidtl Inidtlltoolll
lloofiovelt ltoolll In regard rcyard to the restoniticn w tatil cf cfColombian dCcomhlan ciCchoniblafl
Colombian Ccomhlan authority nuthorly and rights rn f n the theIsthmus the16thmuI titeIsthmus
16thmuI Isthmus ho will wi start a political poltlwl cnmraiKii cnmraiKiiLhrough enmraill enmraillthrugh cniuraignthrough
thrugh through his hil hi Demccratlo Dmccrllo friends in II America Americaand mlrlll inoricitand I Iaud
and through thru h the newspapers nlIplpel to deftiit him himor hiwfor bunfor
for or the Presidency at the nut IIU I HItlrl HItlrlOel ele > tirn tirnion tbiil
Oel l ion rt 11 Reyes He eR intends Intfndt to try t r ry to iormcl ollll thu thuindent t h harmlnltratlon 1w 1wPiflt
Piflt indent administration armlnltratlon of ff if tho Unitid Uni State Stateo Sluteto Stutesto
to o withdraw its rocognUion rtognldon of Pamiron PamironA Panlml
A k wihdrlw proclamation pnlcomatul iirecn mat IH 1111 wns wnl published puhlKhed In II Colon Colonoelav Colol ColontliaV
oelav notifying 10lfvlnr not ifving all al Colombians Colomblln who were wereUnsntlHfled WtI WtIchlsltIHnld wei3diasntisflcd
UnsntlHfled with 1 i it h tho I ho piesont situation situat iluallol ion on onlm el eltho 41 41thin
chlsltIHnld thin lm Isthmus that they tle rould leave 111e Panama Panamait
II itt it public expense expenseSoviiity oxpon expeneSevtnty p pSInl
Soviiity SInl Panama troops left lf here IIr lo loliifht 10Illhl toitighit
liifht Illhl for Horns IICRH del dll Tom ran
IcflliiB Ileclnr AgaInst Arall 1 Americans Irrlanl There Thlre Straus StrausSoldier Slroll StronaSoldiers
Soldier Sohllr CtiardliiE Ouardlll IarIing Ileatipre IlaUIre ai aiLast at at10il at1nst
Last 10il Accounts ArtoUlts Should Panama alla As Asstinie AIsuni AsStifle
Stifle suni Iart of Colombias Debt DebtWASHINGTON DIIt DIItW DebtVA8Iti2CiTO
WASHINGTON W AIISOTO Nov NOI 21 ITho Tlio fact fnt that thatno Ihatno thatno
no news haw hl come lo the thl State Department Departmentfor Dpartmolt Dpartmoltfor
for several Jverl clays darf from Mr Beauprd Daupr tho thoUnited IhoUnied Ito ItoUnited
United Unied States Stiles Minister at Bogota Dogot cause causesome caUBf caUBfHOll causessome
some HOll uneasIness unolflneM here her No doubt remains romahiflin rOlals rOlalsII
in II the minds of Administration Admlnltrnllon official officialthat ofclwf omchalisthat
that the tlo Colombians are ar infuriated over overthe oler olerthe overthe
the policy polcy of tho United Unied States on the lath Isthmus Islhmua lathInus ¬
mus and ald it is Ii thought Ihoulht that they Ihe may layadopt layadoptmeaaurCf adopt adoptmeasures adoptmeasures
measures meaaurCf which will wi require rquir this Ihl Govern Government Governmenl Governmeet ¬
meet to take retaliatory notion notionMr actionMr
rtnlalor nton ntonMr
Mr Uuaupro Ioulpr nt last accounts accuntR was being beingguarded helnl beingguarded
guarded guarded by Colombian soldiers to prevent preventliarm proventLnrl preventharm
harm Lnrl being done to him This htl was as at n nlino 1 atiiil
lino lmo when It watt wat probably not generally generallyknown genlral generallyknown
known IUown in Bogota that the United States Stateshnd Sinet Stateshad
hnd refused to let Colombian troops troopl land landon landon handon
on tho Isthmus to regain that lost territory territoryand terriory terrioryand territoryand
and there Is no telling leling what will wi happen happenwhen happel happelwhen happenwhen
when the Ihi wholo truth is known if It has hasnot hl8 hl8nol hasnot
not already nl rtld > happened happenedOn hl fponed
On 01 Wednesday ednesday of this Ihl week wck Secretary Sretary
Hay sent directions dh ectons to Mr Beaupr to In Inform Inform inform ¬
form form the I ho Colombian Government Goverment of what whatthn whattl whatbike
bike tl United lnito L iitrd States had done this thii course coursebuing courle courlebulng coursebeing
being necessary necHry because bcause the Colombian Colombianauthorities Colombianautholtlcl Colombianauthoiltlcs
authorities autholtlcl pretended that they did not notunderstand notUdertand notuidertnnd
understand Udertand the previous communications cmmunictons of ofMr oflr ofMr
Mr lr Hoauprt1 Belpri on 01 the subject As A it takes takesusually taltel takestisuahiy
usually uualr two I wo days dls for a despatch delptch to get Ie from fromWashington fromWashington fromWahhlgton fromashington
Washington to Bogota lolota Mr Bcaupri Blaupr proba probausually probably probablr probably ¬
bly rei rellnd < elvii < l the Instructions Inructons yesterday and nndimmediately amlImnwdlately andImniediately
immediately Informed > the Colombian Cover Coverof Govurment rover rovermeat
meat of what they contained containedTho containe containedlho
Tho Iho Administration Adllnhlraton feels fel that it has no noright norlghl noright
right to suggest 81 Ilst to Panama what dispositlo dispositloit dlapoltlo dlapoltloIt
it shall shli make of the 10000000 1000 to be paid over overto overto overto
to that Government upon UpO the exchange exchangf of ofratifications ofratlllatinns ofratifications
ratifications ratlllatinns of the HayBunauVorilla HayBunauVorillatreaty laBuaunla laBuaunlatrenty
treaty Suggestions HU CtlonB have been Iwn made to the theState theSlate theState
State Department that Panama should be borequired berequired berequired
required to ossumernrt of tho public publo debt debtof dehtof debtof
of Colombia and while wlle there Is a dispositlo dispositloon diposltlo diposltloon
on tlio part oftho nfhe Administration Admlnislrton to regard regardIlose regardlIle regardtIlse
Ilose lIle suggestions Sl f ton as just it has ha not and andmaintain andIl1ntnlu8 andmaintains
maintain Il1ntnlu8 that It I will wi not bring brn them to toPanamas toPlualas toPanamas
Panamas Plualas attention ntentlon for tho ho reason that It Ifl Iflnone 1 isnone
none of this Governments GOlernmenll business businessMr bURlnC
Mr lr Hnikc3 BalkCs the t1 Char dAffalre dAalrC of Great GreatBritninlind GrentBrtalnhad GreatBritainbad
Britninlind Brtalnhad a talk tal with wit I Secretary Screlrr HAY to today 10dl todas ¬
day dl das over n 1 claimof calmof British Briish holders of Col Colombian Colomhlnn Colotnhlan ¬
ombian bonds that they the are entitled onttle to part partremuneration par partremuneration
remuneration rcmunerllon from their tlllr sale salePUTTIXG salePUTTIXG I I IIVTTIO
Not ot Preparing Ireparlnl for War utrtnit but Maklnc llklnt Ready Readyfor Rd Rdfor Readyfor
for Any on Conllncenoy ConllncenoyWASHINGTON CllnlnClnu CllnlnClnuWASINOTOS ContlngeniyVS1IINUTO
WASHINGTON WASINOTOS Nov No I 21 21 2iWhile While Whie it will wi be bedenied bedenied hedenied
denied that tlat tho Navy Nlvy Department is I mail making mailIng maiclog ¬
ing any nn preparation for possible ps81hle hostilities hostilitieswith ho hostilitieswith ti1lel ti1lelwith
with Colombia it is II only exit reasonable to toInterpret tointelpre toInterpret
Interpret intelpre orders Issued IIBued by b the Department Departmentfor Dearment Dearmentfor
for tho Asiatic Aflatc fleet teet to crulso to Hon Honolulu Honoluluas olulu oluluaf
as af being a timely preparation preparllon for euoh 8uohcntiigoncy a acontingency i icontingency
contingency cntiigoncy The orders direct Rear Relr Ad Admiral Adml Admimi ¬
mimi ml 1 Evans to proceed prceed to Honolulu with withtho withthp withthe
the 1 battleship hntltlhlp Janf and cruiser crisr squadrons squadrns under undertho undertho underthu
tho command cmmand of Rear Admiral Cooperand Cooperandhimself CooperandhlrAJ Cooperandhimself
himself hlrAJ The explanation explanaton of the orders order la lathat I isthat
that it Is desired detrd to have the thO fleet fet try try trya a long longcruise lonrcrulEe longcruise
cruise crulEe for the purpose of drill drl and that aLthe aLtheusual the theusunl th thuAunl
usual midwinter purps manoeuvres ma ur will IUtae IUtaeplac t tak takplaoo takplaoo
plaoo plac on the voyage Idsted h1stea of In tho thoof wotttra wotttraof w wof
of China and the Philippines Phiippines PhilippinesHonolulu l lHonolulu I
Honolulu is not within the limits lmits of the theAstatic theAflaUo theAsiatic
Asiatic AflaUo station to which Admiral AdmIr E Evl Evaiiss Evaiissfleet vacs vacsfleet
fleet feet U I slaton attached altlched but is i included incuded within withinthe withn withnthe withinthe
the Pacific Pacifc station 1tlon commanded cmande by Rear RearAdmiral RearAdmirl RearAdmiral
Admiral Admirl Glass GIR who is I now at lt Panama Panamawith Panamawith Panamawith
with most 1 of his ships Ihlpl Honolulu is nearly
4000 40 4 000 miles mies from frm any an part of the IheA81atc IheA81atc8WtO Asiatic Asiaticstation Asiatictatiofl
station nnd that tht much nnaror pr to Panama PanamaTlm Panlm Panamalli
8WtO Tlm lli IIJ shins of the North Atlantic AtlaDtc fleet Rct will willstart wi willstait
start atnt for tho t th hI West est Indies Indielin In about abut a week weekand weekitncl
and 111 the tle ships hi of the South Suth Atlantic quad squadron wec quadroe ¬
ron are coming cming north 10rlh to t attend the tb annual annualwiiilor annua annualwIttier
wiiilor man i uvres > UWls which are to bo held heldthe heldthl heldthil
thl llr er II in tU titi vlo violnity nly of Porto Hlc Rico Ind and andthe I
the tht Hotitluast FOltllllt soiitht ast coast rBt of Cuba within ithln a fow fowduvH fowdUH fewdays
of tho Isthmus IsthmusVhilH IsthmusWhIle
days run rln rim lthru8 lthru8hlo
WhIle the Administration Atmlnitlatlon Is evidently evidentlynot evldonty evldontynot I
not plurind Ilaill hlo tho navy I on a war basis balI It is istakliii II Istakiti
takliii takll no chances chanfs in meeting meetng any contin contingency cnln cnlng contingenoy ¬
gency g no I hat mnv arise a fact very ery evident evidentfrom evldontfrom evidentfrom I
from tho distribution 11 of the shins lhps of all allsquadron al allsquadrons
squadron with the excoptiomof exceplonlof the Euro European Eur Europenn ¬
penn at points within easy reach of either eitherPanama eitherPanm eitherPanama
Panama or Colon Colon2t
Not 20 0 Word Altered AleredI It Will I lie le Sent to toPanama toPanama toPanama
Panama for or Itatlflcatlon ItatlflcatlonPhilippe RRlnoaton RRlnoatonPhippo fltlfloatloflPhilippe
Philippe Phippo BunauVarilla DunauVarla Minister of ofPannma atPanoma ofPanama
Panama to Washington arrived allve in this thiscity thlaclt titlecity
city clt early rrly yesterday rltl rday morning mornln from the thecapital IheCLIl thecairital
capital CLIl l and will wi be b at the WaldorfAstorIa WaldorfAstorIafor
for several Bcverl days daYI He wna Wi accompanied aocmpanled by byexSenator byeSenator byoxSenator
exSenator Frank D Pavey counsel cul01 to the thePanama thePanuma thePanama
Panama legation legationM legltlon legltlont
M BunauVarilla DunalVarla said sid the exScnntor exScnntorvesterday exSenntoreterda exSenatorvesterdayliasabout
vesterdayliasabout vesterday eterda t has hlR about completed complole his hi mission missionfor mltlon mltlonfnr missionior
for tho present with wih tho signing of the theCuinl theCll theCtnnl
Cuinl Cll treaty His II last official ofcil act before beforeleaving bfur bfurt beforeleaving
leaving Washington was to address ardres n 1 note noteto IOIO IOIOto 1015to
t vlu
to the diplomatic dlplomato representatives of foreign foreignnations foreignnation foreignnations
nations asking ueltnl thorn IIm to secure for forPnnama forPnnamatho Panama Panamatho
tho recognition recoliiion of their countries cInlrlel I am amsure an anIIO anteuro
sure that this Ili recognition will wiloon soon bo b ac accorded aocnnhel nocordel ¬
IIO corded by all al tho Governments OOlernments except exceptColombia exceptColomhla exceptColombia
Colombia ColombiaRegarding ColomhlaHH ColombiaIbgarlIng
Regarding HH ardln tho despatch with wih which this thnnew thAnew thisnew
new treaty was wal drawn drwn up and signed 61jne by bySecretary h hSecreta bySecretary
Secretary Secreta liar HiI and ald M BunauVnrilln BunauVarla Mr MrPavey MrPavey lr lrlale
Pavey said The 1 other othlr treaty was as a hodge hodgepodge hodgE hodgEpodJ hodgePOig ¬
podge lale affair a ulr with clauses clausO that would wOlld have havecmised ha hamUH havectisetl
cmised mUH d trouble soonsr InOlier or later We began beganour bganour beganour
our work of making a now treaty on Mon Monday Monday Monday ¬
day nt noon nnd nd it was ready rlady for Secretary SecretaryKny Secrllr SecretaryHay
Hay on Tuesday TUfray Xot twenty words WOrl wero werochanged werochllll werechanged
changed lay in the document document The rights rj htl of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the United Cnltlll States Stalol ore now 10 set et forth in ina Ina ina
a straightforward and clearcut clearct way waySir wayMr a
stralghtnrward Sir Pavey announced that Dr Manuel ManuelAmador ManuelAntndor anud anudAmador I
Amador lr nI and ScAor Scfor Se or Federlco Ftlerlc Poyd POII who whocimn whocm whocimo
cimn cm here hen a I few days dl1 ago nru OH I n 1 ex cNnmlilol cNnmlilolfrom ecmmLciioi ecmmLciioifrom > mmL Moi Moifrom > i
of f Innnmn prwwmably prwwmablyto
from tho Republic HCjuhlc Palln pJHOmuhl I i ito i
to ratify mtTy the tllClnal tiiCinnl Canal treaty trcal have decided fflekd not notto notto
to assume um this responsibility fpnihlllr The 1 com comniMonein cornniisioners om omTiloner
niMonein Tiloner will wi forward the Ihl protocol protocl by bl bonaiI bonaiInext mall mallnext mal i inext i
of Wash Washington ash ashirigton h hInllon
next Tuesday by the thl Ktrnrner t11r City 1 a ¬
ington The 11 ratification rtJcltlnn by Panama Panam will willprobably willribrtlily 11
Inllon I
probably Irhnhl come by crblf crblfThem crhlcIlt crhhiIhcre
Them Is I only one clause lalP that might mitrhtbo mlhthf mightle
bo hf objected Ilt to by Pnnnma Pnnlmn said Iald Mr Pnvty PnvtyIt Pn PnI Pave PaveIt
It is I the one providing for the free Intro Introduction Inl introduct ro ¬
duction duct I Ion tle of anI nil ni materials from tho Unilvd UnilvdPtnfps Unitl UnitlflnCF lJiieiiutrites
Ptnfps flnCF for tho lie work wOrl on the Ihf cnnnl Cnnnl and for fortlio fortloOlmplnr fortlioo
tlio tloOlmplnr tlioo o employed cnip1oycicn on it itCOLOM i in01 itOIM1IflItS
Those Thn 1 Sent for flr Nt 11 Louis 1011 Fair May Ia Take Tal Ln LnPanama UpIalfma L1pIannnia
Panama Ialfma Cane CaneWASIIINQTOV CaseWsiiioro R E EWS1SGTON
WASIIINQTOV WS1SGTON Nov XOI 21 21111 21Thin Tlio Colombian Colombianwho Colnmblanwho Colombianswho
who landed Illded nt Galveston several days dn ago agoand ll igoaul I
and according nrcoreln to a 1 telegram tele rol from Ite IteColombian tl Usoh
111 Colombian Colomhlrn oh oinhit ii Consul COIFul there Iherl t had all Marled it rirted for forWiwhhutlon forWhiiittdon
Wiwhhutlon Wrhllnn arc ar not delegates relogate9 sent fnl to t pro prolest pr proI
lest I ngulnHl the action of the United Unlllltatol States I ICM I
01 tlie I 11 he rnlnMI iMlimus hlhlus I ili mites but are the t e Colombian ColombianVminiisHionirB Cololblln Cci oniblan oniblanorii1iisioiiN
VminiisHionirB omuh loI1 to the lie Louisiana Loulsiann Purchase PurchaseExposition PurhoM PurhoME Purchaseloit I
Exposition ExpositionIt E IOilon IOilonI loit ion ionIt
It Is supposed that upon learning leamln at atftnlveston atGnlleilon atotlveston
Gnlleilon ftnlveston I Jujpnod of what had occurred occurrd on the thoiNtlimii thl thetiiimis
iNtlimii Ihllll tiiimis Ihev tltI tia decided Ilclder to come hero her to toBOI toI tose I
BOI > tho ho President In the hope hop of Dotting ftn Mm Mmto hm Mmto
to I oli ellln ohangi nf his attitude Itlude It Is I b alI regarded regardedns rlfnrdld rlfnrdldaM
ns IJlHv thnt since sile their Ihllr arrival nllml at Galves Galveslon alI alve alveInn
lon Ih they th1 have hVf received rCelved instructions Instncton from fromBogota fromBogota fromIogota
Bogota to do 11 this thisUtiln Ihlsnlila hits hitslttiln
Utiln nlila to II Keoncnlre nlloJnle Panama Panamarcie 111m3 111m3jcit Pitanniai
i rcie CiZ VI I Duptlth lPfh lo Trm Til SUN SUNST sunSi
ST 1 riiTtnsntPo IInmHrnu IlTtnsIit jcit PO Nov 0 21 21fe 21The Tho Aovre AovreVmnd 1011 jVoteVrrnia
Vmnd Vrr I whoso whn wntements Hialelcnlf are frequently frequentlyumpired frfrUenl frrqucrttyitwlnreii J
umpired liv I he Government formcnl states ftatEI that thntrmii IhntJui1 thatflurLa
IIpirlt rmii Jui1 IUH 11 decided frdll to recognize rICOlnrf the Re Remblieof nepublc Repuldie
publc puldie mblieof of Pnnnmu Plnlmu
nurglar Take Takll Away Valuable auable Ulfli Ur Fro FroChrlntlan Fom Fomhrl From FromChristian
Christian hrl tal Srltlo Science Follower FollowerCONCORD Foloer FoloerCONCORD FollowersCoflconv
CONCORD X H I Nov No 21Pleasan 21PleasanView 21Pleaant 21PleaantIew 21PleasantView
View Iew the lie residence rsidenc of Mrs rl Mary Bake BakeG ller llerO
G I Eddy Fdd was WI entered enterd by a burglar lae laenight last laetIlght lastnight
night Ilght and many articles artcles of value gift gifts ti tithe to tothe tothe
the Christian Chrl twn Science Scleno leader from her fol followers folIower followers
lowers wore wor stolen Entrance Ent anco wan wal offeotofrom effected effeotedflol effectedtrout <
from flol tho piazza plnzz through a window In the tlweast theeat biteeast
east eat front frolt and ad the two front room and tin tinBitting thoHiting tltositting
sitting Hiting room rom were thoroughly ransacked ransackedThe rlnscked rlnsckedThe ransackedrue
The police polc who wore wer called cled Into tho ho case casrearly caseearl
early earl this morning believe belee that tLt only one oniman onemM onenina
man waa engaged pngagedln in the robbery rohbry When Whena
a list lit of the missing ml81ng property was wa made ou ouIt out outIt outit
It showed that a largo number of gold am amsilver and andsiler andsilver
silver siler articles artclel a valuable Ialuahle Bible Dble and nu numerous numerus flunierous
merous merus other things tlllg highly prized przed by Mr MrEddy MrEdy Mrs MrsEddy
Eddy Edy were carried crred away The plunder was wniplaced wnl wasplaced
placed placd In a bag made out of a costly C8ty ostrich ostriclfeather oslrlchftalhtr ostrichfeather
feather ftalhtr rug rugThe rugThe rugThe
The burglar burglr alco alo collected colectcd many mIY article articleIn artclo artcloIn articlesin
In the lie sitting Flltng room but evidently became becamefrightened oCme oCmefrghlcned becamefrightened
frightened frghlcned at the thl movements 10lemenls of Mother MotherEddy MotherEddy MotherEliy
Eddy In the room rom overhead olerhead and left before beforeho bfore bforeho beforeho
ho could place plac them the In the bag bg with tho thorest thor tliorest
rest r t of tho loot lootMrs loot lootMrs
Mrs Mr Eddy ddy was aroused IrouHId by noises 10l > es on tho thefloor thofoor thofloor
floor foor below blow and arose aos to investigate iOtgal but buthearing huthearing butbearing
hearing nothing more thought it I a false falsealarm fa alsoalarm Iso Isoalar
alarm alar and retired retiredIIRYAXS rtrd rtrdIIRI retiredI3RS
Wont ont Talk to Reporters Reporter In London am amSpoil 111 111Spoi anti antiSpoil
Spoil Spoi Market Iaket for Ills Is Own OWI Article Articletfpectal ArUell ArUellptI Articlesijectat
tfpectal ptI Cauls aIS Despatch D Jpalch to Tnu E RUN RUNLONDON SexLo4Do x xOND01
LONDON OND01 Nov XOI 21 21The The visits Isls of Ameri American Amer Anierlcan ¬
can Presidential Prlsldntlal candidates to Europe Europeare
are ar rare rnr and Englishmen Englshmen are prepared prepard to totake 10tako totake
take considerable conllderble Interest inlersl in the personality personalityof pronally pronallyof
of n man who has haf twice twIc been ben the tle nominee nomineeof norlnc
of a great Ireat party The English Englih newspapers newspapersundertook new8paper newspapersundertook
undertook undprook to satisfy sllsfy this li II pardonable pardonble pub public publc publie ¬
lie lc curiosity curloslt and they have been ben trying tryingto tryng
to extract William Wiim Jennings Jennlngl Bryans Branl views viewsIn IewsIn
In American fashion on Oi all al manner of sub subi fub fubjectl subjects
i jects jectsThey jectl jectsThey
They The have halo been thwarted and disap disappointed dIsp dIsppointed disappomtei ¬
pointed by tho modesty mollt and reticence reticenceof rellcnce rellcnceof
of the distinguished dlbtln ulhed visitor English Ef 18h news newspaper newl newspaper ¬
paper men have hale been unaffectedly ulafoctedly sur surprised surprid surprisod ¬
prised prid at encountering these ther qualities quallltl so sostrongly 10 10atrongly sostrongly
strongly developed deleloped In a man of the promi prominence promlnenc promimince ¬
mince nenc of Mr Ir Bryan So too wero some someof komeof someof
of their American America confreres until unll the theformer theformer theformer
former Democratic Demoratlo candidate oldldalo for the thePresidency thoPre81dency thePresidency
Presidency of the United States kindly kindlyexplained kindlyexplained i
explained the matter matterHe matterHe
maier I
He le proposes propo s he says at tho ho end of his hisvisit hlAIlt hisvisit
visit Ilt to write wrlt his own account Icount of his 11 views viewsand IIew8 IIew8and viewsand
and impressions of the Old World and its itsinstitutions Is IsIntluUels itsinstltutlas
institutions IntluUels and does do8 not want ant to forestall forestallthe forltnl forltnlIhe forestallthe
the result rellt by scattered 8caterd comments commenll Why Whyshould Wh Wh8hould Whishould
should he spoil apol the market mnrket Why lIY in indeed Indeed indeed ¬
Army CommIssion omrlqlon lliid II1 to Pans Pa Site llo of ofCoallnc ofoalnl ofCoaling
Coaling oalnl Ratlon fU aton In Bad Weather WeatherSpiclal Weatherpeclo eatherpclal
Spiclal peclo CM Ca U Dttrntelt lo 0 THK T SUN SUNHAVANA IUN IUNHJvuu suxHAsAJA
HAVANA HJvuu Nov No 21 1fho Tho cruiser Buffalo Buffalowith Bufalo Bufalowth htuffalowith
with wth the army ary art y oommiscion cimllon heeded hMde by Gen GenAdo OenAd GenAds
Ado R Chaffeo CftRI4 and Including Gen GenGiliiMple len lenGifleple
GiliiMple Gm ile and ad Major Maor Goctluils of the Corps Cr3 of ofEngineers ofEnJlneer ofEngineers
Engineers EnJlneer and other officers ofcr who were wereselected wereselete wereselected
selected selete to locate lcte cites le for forte at the new newnaval tew tewnvl newnaal
naval nvl stations stton at Bahbi hl Honda and Ind Guan Guantanamo GuantaMmo Guantanamo
tanamo arrived arive here her today The n members membersof membrr
of the commission cnnwlon came cme ashore Mhor this thi evening eveningThA elt1IR elt1IRT eveningThs
ThA T Buffalo BufaI left Guantannmo Guantararo on Wednes Wednesday We Wednesday ¬
day and ad tried trie to t enter Bahia Bhia Honda but on onaccount onaunt onaccotint
account aunt of the tle he bad b weather wether and the narrow narrowentrance nallW nallWentrnc narrowentrafloe
entrance entrnc to the harbor barbr she was wa not able to todo 10do todo
do BO 1 The 110 members mambr of the commission commissionwill cmmlSlln
will 1 probably probbly sail 6U on tho cruiser cruier tomorrow tomorrowand tomruw tomruwand tomnurrowand
and will U 111 be b in New York in a week They Thtylocated TIIY TIIYloe TheyIocat1
located loe ittaa It for forts fors at Guantanamo GuantanamoGen Guantnmo Cluantanztmolea
Gen ChafTee Chaf met many man old acquaintances acquaintancesIn acquulntancl
In Havana Haaa tonight who were very glad to tosee tosee
see him himMr hImr himMr
Mr r Sqttiers Squier the American Minister fnlRter to toCuba toCub toCuba
Cuba Cub sailed fle for New York today todaySWIXDLE tndaySJIJDLE todaySlIXDLE
Belelan SVhoolm Hlhoohnuter 4ehoomnasters Mers Paid Ial Advances runccs on onMy onI
My 9 I > Son Johns Iliscage Iliscagefipecttl nasatl nasatlp IiagaeprcIrt
fipecttl p rl1 Cattle Dupaicli Dlpari lo fan TIR SUN SUNLONDON tN tNLN cx cxLONOON
LONDON LN nON Nov XI 21 21Tho Tho Brussels Br1S l18 newspa newspapers ncwlpa ncwlpapr nowepaperu ¬
peru pr have recently rcfnt contained contJlno ndvertiso ndvertisoniDnta alhertisomt advertisomants
niDnta mt that Andrew Andrw Carngio Cun Jgin hal decided decidedto
to send his hl son lon to Belgium for an n education educationnnd educaton educatonand educationand
and aksd alk d for teacher tlheri to t send Iend prosiM Prospectuses Prospectusesand tuses tusesnnd tuReRand
and terms The perpetrator parpetrtor of the swindle swindlereplied Iwlndle Iwlndlerpled swindlereplied
replied rpled to them th m all al acceptIng aceptng and fixing fxing a adate adat adate
date dat for the arrival of my son John JohnLater JohnLter JohnLater
Later Lter they got ol a letter on exprass fxpre delivery deliverystationery rovery roverystltoMry deliverystatIonery
stationery stltoMry sayln 81yln thoy the were wlro forwirding forwirdingbaggage forw forwtrdlngtiaggage lrdlng lrdlngh
baggage h ggo and anr enclosing In loRlnK a bill hi for advance advancepayment ndllnc advanceptynteat
payment In ev el every ry case eo e the professors professorspriests profe professorspriests sor sorprl
priests prl tR and teachers tehEf hastened h1tend to 0 send the themoney Iheoney themoney
money oney They are still Rtl waiting wnltng for the thobaggage theloaggagoand I
baggage loaggagoand and my msn Bin John JohnST TohnfT TohinST
Gets Her ler Malls lal8lnlf Into Iontlon Ahead Ahlad ofTlione ofTlioneFrom or ntThoej Thlie ThlieFrom
j From tho Cainnanls CamrtnlR CamrtnlRptlal CanipatmiaS
S 31 Sprctal ptlal Cable Dtspalch lo Tun SUN SDKLONDON SUNISDON SexLONII0N
LONDON Nov Ol 21 211le 21TIme Tlie ocean oran mall mnl carry carryIng cr carrylng
Ing Inj race rac between the American Ameriln Line Llnlst steam stcamMiip steamship ar
ship fhip St Louis and tho Cunnrder ICIarder Cam Campnnia ramIlrminnled Cata4aflia
pnnia terminated Ilrminnled in a victory Ieor for the Ihl St StLouis StJoli StLouis
Louis Joli The St Lenins JOII mail mai left lef South Southampton SouthImplOI Southaniptoit ¬
ampton ImplOI for London at It 730 731 oclock oclok and andarrived andarriveil
arrived Rrrllell hero at 1034 oclock ocock The Cnm Cnmpnnias Cainpanins
pnnias lnlal mall mal left lef Liverpool Iverpool nt 530 oclock oclockand ocok ocokInl oclocknitti
and Inl got to London nt lt 1110 110 oclock ococl Tho Thon ThoOl Theofite
n Ol ents ltlll of the American Line are ar delighted delightedwiththe delghted lehightedwithtlie
withthe wihthe performance prformac of thn St HI t Louis Loui Sho Shonjielfi Sliortaoi
njielfi the fastest time t lit for any of her trips in inthe Iiithe
the last five fvo years yearsClLYER yean yean1LnW yearsgELVEIi
Referee Rlrree Appointed Ilpetnlld to Take Testimony TfRtnlll Testtnion In InCase InAse inass
Case ass of Senator larks Daughter DaughterWHITE Jaushtrr JaushtrrITE IaiighterWnITE
WHITE ITE PLAINS PLIR Nov 21 21That 21That That tim law lawyers lawIl1 lawrers ¬
yers Il1 rers for Mrs lrR Everett EVtrlt I nllory Ilfr < Culver uler daugh daughter daughior ¬
ter ior or of Senator Selalor W A Clark of Montana who whoin whoIt whoId
in It suing her husband hUthlnd for absolute nl oluto divorce dlvorcnarc dhorcf dhorcfat
arc at making laldng efforts eforlR to keep kceJ tho facts regard regardIng reSntd reSntdill regardlug
lug ill the stilt 111 secret HlnI is I shown RhuWI by their action actionin acton actonin
in having b1llg a referee refrC appointed appointedSupreme npplnlc appointedSupreme
Supreme Huprtme Court Justice Keogh I h said Id to a areporter nrPlIrler arep
reporter rep ° rter at tho courthouse ourthl180 today that he hehad ht lielied
had 1111 appointed npplnled Lawyer Iawyer Maurice laul Dillon Dion of ofPort ofPor ofPort
Port Por Chester Ch ter referee refer to take tho ho testi testimony letl letlmony test testmony ¬
mony A search arch of If the records of the court courtin cut cutIn courtin
in the County Clerks office ofc showed Rhowe that tho thoorder thoorder thoorder
order appointing applnllng the IhE referee refcre had not been beenfilled beenfle beenfilled
filled fle nor had the petition lKen been > een placed plncll on onrecord onrccrr onrecord
record recordWe rccrr recordWoeonceal
We WI Woeonceal conceal rnC1 no papers paprr no matter mlter whether whetherIt hlther hltherIt
It is II a divorce dllorce suit Iult or not in White Plains Plainspaid Plainsaid
paid aid Justice Justce Keogh Kclh The Thl records rrs nro nropublloreoords aropublcrrs nrapubhlorecords
publloreoords publloreoordsTlip publcrrs
The 1 court curt clerk cllrk said the II 1w papers Jpr in the thl case casehod CMf casehad
had ha not been filed fle and probably probblr would not notbe notb notbe
be b filed fle until unll tho testimony 11lmony was taken takenIt takenI
It I is II said sid that Senator Senatr Clark is II i bitterly bitterlyopposed bitrly bitrlyopplc bitteriyopposed
opplc opposed to the divorce divorc suit Rul and Ind has asked askedthat akd askedthat
that secrecy ley he maintained Ilntolnl I
Masked Men Irn Force Their Ttr Way In I by b a tint tintand Ruo Ruoand hubamid
and Beat Him Jln nnd ad Hob the te Place IlaoeTtirefi llaeflre PlaceThree
Three flre Men Irn Arrested Arretod for the deaden Clendeonln Clrnde Clrndeul deadentim
nln ul tim Slqrder llrder Roilly 111 FitIl Clear 1rr Thentfelvec ThentfelvecWIUJAMSPORT TliemutelveaWlWA48POnT lrmrln lrmrlnWrLAM8PRT
WIUJAMSPORT WrLAM8PRT Pa Nov 21 2iThe The slayer elayeiof slayerof
of William Wiiam Cpncionln the he New York YorlCentral YorkContral YorkCentral
Central night operator oparlor at BrownH tower towernear lowerDer towernear
near Der Oak Grove OroveI8atl is still at large The tem tcmper temper em emper
per of the people was shown this Ihlmomlg Ihlmomlgwhen lila morning morningwhen morningwhen
when it was reported that tht three men who whehad whohd whohad
had hd been bon found with the watch and rings ol oltho or ortho ofthe
tho murdered murderd man upon them were being beinftaken beingtken beingtaken
taken tken to Lock Lok Haven 1vEn the county seat st te tejail 10 10Jai tojail
jail jailA
A crowd collected colected at tho Lock Lok Haverstation Haver Hyen HyenstatIon Haveitstation
station which blocked blockld the street atrot for several severalsquares Bveral Bveral81lures severalThreats
squares 81lures Threats Throls were to bo heard or orevery on oneltr onevery
every eltr hand and the police polce feared fen red that the thefury thefury thefury
fury of the people would break brak forth on th tharrival the thearrival thearrival <
arrival of the 1m men It I turned out that the thiminor thorumor therumor
rumor was Wl8 false fa I The Tie men easily eliy provec provecthat proved proedIhat provedthat
that they the wore not connected cornectcd with h th thaffair the thea theaffair <
affair a llr and were released releasedAt releasd releasdAt
At midnight last In night the fourth fourh of thl thlremarkable this thisrmarkahle thisremarkable <
remarkable rmarkahle series fnes of attacks atacks on night tele telegraph telegr3ph telegraph
graph operators was WI made mde Thomas Thoma Dal Dalton DaltUI Dalton
ton tUI who had 1m charge of the I he station staton atGlrard atGlrardvllloon at Glard Girard Girardvilioon
vllloon 1110 on tho Rending Hnlng Rcadingliailroad Railroad Iflr ad kept Ids door dooilocked doorlocked doorlocked
locked and himself hlleI armed after af or hearing ol olthe ot otIhe ofthe
the numerous nUlorou holdups At midnight minight two twcmasked tomaaked twoniasked
masked men en presented prebnted themselves Ihellyes at the thedoor thedoor thedoor
door and knocked Iwockld When Dalt on asked askedwho askedwho askedwho
who was there thoy replied repled by giving the thsname thenamo thename
name of a well wel known operator oprlor on the line lineWhen lne lneWhen lineiheit
When the door was thrown open opn tho men menrushed mln mlnruhed meitrushed
rushed ruhed In knocked Dalton Dalon down and while whileone whie whieone whileone
him the other rifled tho
one guarded Urded money moneydrawer moneydrwcl moneydrawer
drawer drwcl They ordered him to open oren the safebut safe MrObut safebut
but he did not know the combination and andcould andcould andcould
could not do it itBefore ItDefore ItBefore
Before leaving the desperadoes delpradoa iockEd iockEdDalon locked lockedDalton lockedDalton
Dalton Dalon into a closet dost with tho ho warning that thatho tbathe thatho
ho would be b shot if I ho left it I Two men menhave menhalo menhave
have halo been bCn arrested charged chlrged with the crime crimeand crimeand crimeand
and held for court cour It I has hal not yet et been beenascertained ben benaceraincr beenascertained
ascertained aceraincr whether they could have halo been beenguilty hen henguUy beenguilty
guilty guUy of the Allenwood Alenwood and Clendennia Clendenniaaffairs Clendennh1atalrl Clendenniaaffairs
affairs affairsEvidence atalrl affairsEvidence
Evidence Evidenc has been found that a 1 terrible terriblestruggle lerlble lerlbletruggle terriblostruggle
struggle took place in tho lonely tower towerbefore toerofore towerbefore
before ofore the brave brlP operator oprtor William WIUam Clen Clendenninwas Clendennll dendenniti
denninwas dennll denniti was finally fnaly killed kilcd A mop handle handlewhich hadle hadlewhich handlewhich
which was known to have hale been whole on onthe onthe onthe
the day da of tho murder ms s been found foundunder foundunder foundunderono
under underono one onf of the allis talts broken lntofieveril lntofieverilpioccH Into intosoveralpieces Relerl Relerlpiocl
pieces piocl The i IIJtl loth which was as attached to toit 10It toit
it must have been switched Iwltched about abut con considerably conslderblr consiolerably ¬
siderably slderblr for pieces of it have h 10 been bon found foundin
in different dlernt rnrts raMI of the tower There are arealso lre lrealso arealo
also blood Mains which indicate that the themen Ihemen themen
men were wer engaged n nred in a deadly struggle strugglsWhen 8trggle 8trggleWhen struggleWhen
When Clendcmtln Clndenlil saw W that he was no match matchfor mllch mllchfor matchfor
for a man hiavily hloly armed ho gavtf up and anddying ad addyln anddying
dying dyln as a he did sent tho meswigs neiHgo Into Ito head headquarters headqunrll headquarters ¬
quarters qunrll which led to the discovery dlsovory of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the crime crimeIt
It has hu been bn suggested that In the last lat few fewletters fewleter fewletters
letters leter of the message C8g which whic were wer I Ir 1r tro
r ro o the operator operalol was W0 trying to t08pl spoil the thename thename thename
name Trolnkle that pf f a anptod i noted nto desperado desperadowho despro desproho
who ho a few fo months onths ago killed kiled Mrs Mr Payne Paynewife Paynewfo Paynewife
wfo wife of tu aarner farmer armer for whom whomhe hom he was I working workingin workig workigIn
in Tiogh loga county COUflt Trolnkles crime was WI one oneof uneof oneof
of the boldest hohltst in tho hlstcry of ofterlblo ofterlblodetdg terrible terribledeeds terribledeeds
deeds detdg and ho In lisa 11 never nOler teen apprehended apprehendedThe alPrhended alPrhendedTIl
The TIl funeral fUlerol of Clendennin Cleldenntn will il take tke place placetomorrow plao pinestomorrow
tomorrow from the little 11110 Union Church at atMcKlhattan atJd atMe1ihattan
McKlhattan Jd > halon Ho was us the only ury support RUPPOr of a awidowed aIdowed awidowed
widowed 1 mother and ald n 1 grandmother Irndmotcr aged agedMOXIIOI ag
Fire rl ro Ha Intit Inll In the theForwnut Forward Forwnrlliold Held Among AmongCotton Amnon AmnonCotton monl monlllun
Cotton llun anil 11 Tobacco TobaccoTho TobRell TobRellTho Tobaccoliie
Tho steamship Itcnmhll Monroa lonr newest and andbiggest andbiggest i iblgplst
blgplst biggest of tho ho Old Dominion fleet feet got gotin gotIn ot otIn
in In yesterday fterda from Norfolk olfol with Ith a fire firesmouldurliiK fre freRmouidurilp fireemouldurimig
smouldurliiK Rmouidurilp in her forward hold but with withher withher withher
her fortyseven fortsolln cabin passengers j 8engcr placid plucidThoy plncll placidThe
Thoy The discussed dil UB C1 it with cheerfulness cheerfulnei won wonderin wnl wonderlng
derin derlng why wjl viy here tiere were no flumes famll or smoke amokoor II0ke II0keor
or Homctliing sOUcthil coming cumin cuniin from remit hatches hRI < hf to to In Indicate II iii iiiheats ¬
heats that there really realy was wa a I llro llroCapt If flroCapt
Capt Cnpt John G 1 Hulphers Hulpher commodore of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the line Ino laughed when asked aked if ho hud hudconsidered hudcOlldertd hindcun4klered
considered cOlldertd the situation aboard Hnlp to In1 In1serious htlerous beserious
serious lerous at any time lmo although alhoug1 ho had been beenpartially henpartaly beenpartially
partially partaly overcome by omoko tmuko while wth ex exploring explorng oxploring ¬
ploring plorng forward forwarr to find fnd the fire Iro When Whenlie Whenho lien lienlie
lie passed pse Quarantine Quarntne ho h asked wkUI the lll marine marineobserver marlnl marlnlobserver marineobserver
observer there by megaphone Im nphono to report reportthe repor reportthe
the fire Iro to tl toe Old lci uoiraiiiou 110mul company companyand com conipanyand pan panant
and suggest t that thaI tugs might ml ht be wanted wantedThen wantedThen wantedThen
Then the Monroe lonrl proceudid prole it serenely and anddocked nnddocked anddocked
docked at the foot of ll Ilalh iIttcli ach street Rtreet with withher withher withher
her customary cUftomfry smoothmwK Iloothl I and no smoke smokepennants Imoke Imokepennanlt smokeienitants
visible visibleIt
pennants Ilslblo IlslbloI IsIb1o IsIb1oIt
It I was off 01 Atlantic Allante City at iL I I a oclock ocok yes yesterday yesterdity eJ ¬
terday tfrdl morning 10rll when iomo 0lIU passongers pusencr Jrusengerswere passongerswero
were wer still FiI at breakfast brcakflI break fmtst that thlt I sailors alor on UI the theforeenstln tle tleforenRllf lie lieforecastle
forecastle forenRllf Hmdl Hml tho 11 t ho tttnoKe fltJe of burtiinc burtiinccotton htII buruilmigcotton
cotton OOltOI and tcbntco tohlrcn Tlio lookout 10 forward forwardwent forwar fouardweilt
went tlt aft and ald told Capt Hulphcnt Hllphr > who whowith whowith whovitIi
with First Firt Officer Oflr 0 W Crowley Crowhev went wenthunting wenthunting wenthunting
hunting for the tl fire fm After Aror deciding dfcdll that thatIt thatII thatit
It was Wi in No 0 I hold the lie captain laptaln ordered orderedChief or orderedChief erld erldChif
Chief t Engineer C E Chnrlton Charlon to turn tur steam steaminto steaminto steaminto
into tho fireextinguishing frctlnlnI lng apparatus in inthat il inthat
that hold Then the Lht captain wont among amongtho amongthe amongthe
the passengers paSlngcr end ld made mlde a little ltle speech speechsaying Ipefh IpefhHaying speechsaying
saying that th IIHre re was M a fire fro aboard ship shipthat shipthnt shipthat
that it wan WIJ a little ltle one anI and not a 1 hit dan dangeroux dangeroul clangerotls
geroux geroul nnd that they Ihl neednt nont bo worried worriedeven worncdIon worriedoven
even Ion if it should become visible 11lulo to the thonaked liii liiinaked
naked eye P > U later latr Meanwhile MOlnhle tho captain cnptninand captnlnId captainoirsti
and Id tho lie chief officer lflfr naturally laturll naturally anxious Illous to toknow tolnow
know 110 how the iiA Ire tr was wnl getting glt11 on got gotcloser rot gotcloier
closer no cr to It i limit 1111 anybody albory olso ol o nnd nero wprotpmijornrily neromeniporarily pm pmpmpornrly
tpmijornrily pmpornrly knocked out by smokn niohi Capt CaptHulpheru CaptHIItr apt aptHimiphteis
Hulpheru HIItr lald said nid the thermostat thrrmoFtat in the hold holddidnt hull hulldidnt bolddidnt
didnt work so quickly qllcl as the sonst IJ of ofsmell ofmeU ofmoli
smell of Ihu 1 hu h sailors sior in 111Ih the forecastle forcn to It Itdid 1 Itdid
did dll its duty did I some IOle minutes rlnutM Into IntoWhen Ilte IlteWhn lateWhen
When tIm ie Monroe lollro was wOJ in il her hlr dock tin tlioflreboat thE tinfireboat
fireboat Inboat Now o York Youkr r mantle fast aloigldo aloigldonnd nllro nllrofnd
and fnd began flooding fnll the burning huning compart compartment cCJplrt cCJplrt111ll comnlartrinit ¬
ment 111ll AtthoBame AI ti thenie 111e tlmo t hl stevedores ftedorf emptied ptnptlnchold Imptlml Imptlmlholl emptiedhold
hold holl Xo 1 2 directly cUnII nbuft fhlr whlnh hlh wnt WI wa found foundto foundha foundto
to have ha e escaped I > apclf damage dl p The Thf woik wol of ofuiplcadiiiR of1IIIarilp oftuileadimig
uiplcadiiiR 1IIIarilp went on as a if nothing n lhin WUH ww wrong wmngHold wromighold
hold Hold < l Xf I Innlnlned nntalncl peanuts pCunutl ns at well rl uli ulicotton Ui Uicoton us uscotton
cotton coton and tobtcco toi tree Its 1 contend will wllll IM > a atotal utotal ittotal
total loss lossWo 10 10UOlln tossWonton
Wo UOlln Wonton mnn Found loUII Dead n1 In the th Stateroom Stntlroom or oran oral ofan
an al Albany Ailal Rant IlnctALBANY UontAl RantAintNY
ALBANY Al Y Nov 21 21A A woman about nbut 40 40years < 0 0ear oyears
years ear of ago tn was WQ found dead dol in tlin lower lowerberth lowerbelth lowerberth
berth of n ttiteroom tltroom on tho steamer otcmlr Adiron Adirondack Adlrn Adlrndack 4dirondack ¬
dack which reached rfached Albany early Ir this liumorning IhlHmoring thismorning
morning moring from New S York city cl Tho 1 ho body bodywas hodya bodywas
was a fully fUl full clothed Ilothod wlti wlt the exception oxcpton of ofshoKJ eifhop ofshoes
shoes hop A small Rmal empty phirl phlr1 on a chair clmlrnrarby chairIlrhl chairiteirby
nrarby Ilrhl Is II Hiipposou to have contained containedlaudanum contlne contlnelamlanum contaInedlauidanunt <
laudanum The woman took tho room roomunder ronmunder roomunder
under the name of Gordon and her only onlybelonging onlybelnlll on onbelonging
belonging belnlll was wa as a tmiall mal hand hald bag bOI which whichcontained whichcant whiccofltlflet
cant contained Ilnl about in 1 In money OIOr and a I small smallpocket Ila entailpocket I
pocket dictionary on fe fir leaf 1If of which whiehwas whichwas
pocke Illlnnlr f
was 1 written wrlU1 writl ii E C Gordon Gorron Philadelphia PhiladelphiaCalifornia Phlndelphll Phlndelphlltrornl PhiladeiphitiCat
California CaliforniaSanupt Cat trornl trornlSanel if ornl ornlSanet
Sanupt Ilmltrd rlmled Annrx AnnrxllrHnlnn AnnclrwIflg nnn nnnIrllnl
llrHnlnn Irllnl Itnnm foom Slrrplnx HI rplnl Car CnrCommcncliiir CRrCmm CarCnmmcnrIii
Commcncliiir Cmm Nov 0 J9th vlA 11 Southern Soulhr Itry I 11w A ft ftW c cv
W v I1 I W 1 of A 1 L I i N IMve X V dilly d t 456 456P 4 4P 425p
P M X y Om oms 271 k 11M It i15 nroiidwuj nroadwayidr nroadwayidrThnnktvlnz it itIVweyj
Tbnnklhln Thnnktvlnz Innr Innrnuers 1Inmier 1Inmierrewei
IVweyj assorted MS nd cus cas I of mire rIr nlnc Inls Ffitn Ffitnfrom Prr Rae Raefrom I Irrm
from flOO IJ In I ii Moo nt per t cnut CM Ince Irc rel per bout 1011 boutto On Onto 1
to rrm llCO U 10 10 Dfvey 11 fO Ir 128 1 1ulton luIO Slr Sirfet I New I York Yorl ortd ortdtdr I
lr I II
Tliati 1a That tho Ticket 1eket Proposed Pr poat posed by b a Ucpubllo Ucpubllollattery Repnbloan RepnbloanJa RcpubiickflRattery
llattery Ja tery In II DrookI Drookll DrookllThe flrooklyn flrooklynThe > Ti TiThe
The John Kissel Republican Repuhlcn Battery Batteryan Batery Bateryan
an old political pltcl organization organiztion in tho Fift FiftAssembly Fifh Fifhstsmbly Fifth FifthAssembly
Assembly stsmbly district in Brooklyn met 01 01Thursday on onThury onThursday
Thursday Thury night and adopted adopte this thll resolution resolutionUesolrcJ reHoluton reHolutonReored resolutionRcsolvcd
UesolrcJ Reored That fhlt the John Kissel KIBlllepuhlen KIBlllepuhlenBalcry Keptiulicv KeptiulicvBattery lepubhlctnBattery
Battery Balcry hereby herel pledges pllgeR Itself to tho iiuppor iiupporof tupport tupportof support supportof
of the lion lon Marcus A Iluntm Hlnnn for tho ho commit uoraluatlon 10mlnl committion
tlon ton for 1resldent Irc hlent of tho United Unit States 811tl in toni toniand 1001and lootarid
Jr and for tho Vloe1resldent Vloe1resldentMr nomination nominaton of tho Hon lon I 1 If II I Odell OdellJr Odel OdehiJr
Mr Kissel Kllsel after afsr whom the battery bter i inamed Is Isnme Innamed
named nme was wat formerly the regular reglar Repub Republlcnn RepubUcl RepubUcan
llcnn Ucl leader in the Fifth Fih district ditrlcl Tw Twyears 110 110year Two Twoyears <
years year ago in a bitter biler factional factonal scrimmage scrimmageho Rcrlnulag
ho was W0 ousted ouste by Alfred Ar T Hobley HobleyIn Jollt
In the campaign carplg of 1002 102 Kissel KIsse was ac accused ncOS0 accused
cused OS0 of playing Into the hands of the thiDemocrats theDemocrats theDemocrats
Democrats but hi h4 has ba steadfastly Btendfll denied denlecthe deniedthe deniedthe
the charge He purposes purpsl to make another anotheibid anthr anthrbid anotherbid
bid for tho leadership leaderhip at tho next primaries primariesSOIIWAtt prln primariesSCIIflAII arlls arllsSOI
Takes a Drive Drh With 11h a Seeing ell Machine Ma MaIn Man ManIn Ian IanIn
In the Streets 8trlet of nraddock nraldoel Pa PaBBADDOCK PaDRADDocr PaBRADD0cK
BBADDOCK Pa Nov 21 21Charles Charles M MSchwab MShwab MSchwab
Schwab Shwab tonight torght turned ture over to tho trustees trusteesof tMtos tMtosof
of St Thomass Roman Rman Catholic Cntholo congrega congregatlon congregaton congregation
tlon ton the new church ehur edifice elfJe which COB cost costSI2 costi2000
SI2 125000 O The church churh will 1 Ixs dedicated dedicateetomorrow dedicatedtomnorrow
tomorrow tmorrw and Mr and Mrs Schwab Shwab will willattend wi willattend
attend atend all 11 tho services servicesAa servlcC
As Mr Schwab Shwab left lef tho office ofo of Justice JusticeHoltzman JU8tce JU8tceHoltzman JusticeHoltzman
Holtzman today toda ho saw IW L E Dean a sew sewing Ie IeIng sewing ¬
ing machine machn agent BHtnt rendy to drive up upstreet upstret upstreet
street stret streethello
streetHollo stretHolo hello Holo Dean Dea Going ln up street stret asked askedMr aske askedMr
Mr 1 Schwab SchwabYes Shwab ShwabYes SchwabYea
Yes sir was Wf the answer answerWill anwer anwerWi answerwill
Will Wi you lot mo go 0 along alongMr alongMr alongMr
Mr Dean was WI delighted dllghtod and in jumped jumpedMr
Mr Schwab Shwab and away went the dusty elustysewing dustyseing dustysewing
sewing machine macl ne wagon with the best known knownoccupant knownoupnt knownoccupant
occupant oupnt it over had hadCANDIDATES hadCDlnAT1S hadCANDIDATES
Its I Becoming Decmlng expensive Ixpenshe to Hun for Gfllcft GfllcftIn rmef
In Louisiana Lonlslanl 7 Percent 1lrCent Assessment AssessmentXEW hsesmcnt hsesmcntXyw sssessnlentNnw
XEW Xyw OriLEANS OnLSS Nov 21 Ufho Tlio Democratic DemocraticState Dmoorato DmooratoStall DemocraticState
State Stall ciitral o mmitteo 1 mil eo has plated pIal c the thecost Ihecos thecost
cost cos of the Democratic Ic primary to Le held heldin 1 heldin ld ldIn
in Louisiana LI slunl on Jan 10 J at 17410 The ex expense expomo oxvo ¬
pense vo will 11 have to lx be > paid by the th candidates candidatesand
and the committee commitee has nssewed ase fd nil ni cnn cnndldaU enndldal candidatsat
dldaU dldal didatsat a at 7 per cent en salaries sawrl In other otherwords olherword etherwords
words candidates candldates for the United L11e Status StatusSenate Stale8Snate StatesSenate
Senate Snate will wi willhiave have to pay pa 7porcento 7porcentol > i 130000 130000or 30000 30000or 300
or 2100 2i00to 10 to have their nnrnes IlltS placed on the theticket tetcl theticket
ticket tcl t In the primary If I no candidate is isnomlnnted I II isnominated
nominated In the first frt primary n second secondwill Rlnd RlndwlUbe secondwill
I will wlUbe be held In I February Febrlr which whih will wi probably probablycost prolnblr prolnblrI
I cost more as tho number of candidates will willbo wi willbe
I be fower This of course coure does not Include Includethe Incud Incudthe incltidq incltidqthe
the cost of the two campaigns campalCIH ono for tho thoprimary thoprmar timprimary
primary prmar the other for tho be regular election electionand olecton olectonand electionand
and will 11 have hnlo a 1 tendency to make office officepockingexpensie ofce ofcefking officeseekingexpensive
pockingexpensie fking expenHlve In I Julnna JulnnaA LuislnraItN uUlnna uUlnnaA
Conlint Cue 80 Free Frle Niedi lOS Because Uceausl Envelope EnvelopeSaid Inlnlle Inlnlle8ald EnvelopeSaul
Said waoo 1110 100 Penalty Plnaly for Private t Lie LieWAafliNOTo 11 11WIRINOTon e eWASHINGTON
WASHINGTON WIRINOTon Nov 21 21Scretl 21Secretary Secretary o oAgriculture of ofAgrlcullur ofAgriculture
Agriculture Agrlcullur Wilson Wison received reeive a letter lelor to today today today ¬
day from an Iowa farmer trmer protesting prtesting against againstthe agallt agalltthe againstthe
the exorbitant prices pries charged charg l by the theDepartment theDepartment ho hoDoprment
Department Doprment for Its I free fre seeds ledl eed The Secre Secretary ecro ecrotory ¬
tory try didnt ddnt know 1 < 01 what hat the farmers farmtrl grin grievance grleanoc grinanac ¬
ance was wnO until unt he looked at an attached attachedpaper nttachedpa attachedpaper
paper pa cr which whih happened to to bo 1 a portion porton of ofthe ofthe oftli
the tli envelope in which wll h the 1m seeds 6Idl UIO pent pentout sentout enl enloul
out nmikid lalk with wih tho Government GIyernnlnt frank frnnkTho rrol frankThe
The Te farmer fnrlr had har drawn drwn a circle Irlo around aroundthe aruundte aroundthe
the te usual Imal announcement on the Govern Government Governmeat ovorn ovornment ¬
ment frark J309 300 O penalty pnalty for private prlalo use useand Ile IleMd useand
and hail written wrltln beneath beneathI belealh belealhI
I cannot put Plt the seed Eedi to public publo use useand u usetint o oanl
and anl tint cannot afford aford to pay p y J300 for using usingthem u usingbent ing ingIhem
them myself myselfrilITFCAPS myselfh1IIITECIPS self selfIIITECIP1
Terrorizing flrrorl11 Lower IAwer Counle ountlc o of MissIssippioniplatnt MissIssippi MUshilpplComplaint rl sh IJIII IJIIIlmplalnt
to Got LenlnoOH1EAI3 Ionclnn IonclnnXrv
Complaint lmplalnt 0 ov 1lnlno 1lnlnoXr
Xr Xrv ORIEA1S OHIKAN3 Nul Nov 21IVltitecars 21 1Wlllcars Whitecaps lr lragin areagain are areaRaln
agin again lt at work in luthem southern Mississippi MississippiIn f ISlppl ISlpplIn
In tho McCall lcCal Crk Creek ntlghorhood neighborhood InLncoln inLincoln In InLincoln
Lncoln Lincoln Frnkln Franklin and Amito mltl counties andan andare and andare
are lpore reported to be lerlrlzin terrorizing the ho neigh nllghhors ztiigiihors neighbors ¬
hors Ind and ordern ordering them owa away > Tho mnter mnterwas matterwas matter matterwns
was laid Iwfor before Go Jov onglno l by SenatomMcGee Senator SenatorMcGco mltol mltollcGeo
McGee of Frlldln Franklin who rported reported re > orted ftivcrol iqivenilcases ftivcrolCOSCH
cast cases of violenceAs viololce viololceA violence
A As a con consequence rq1nc I It IF Is nlmott Inpo InpoBible imnpossibie impos impossible ¬
Bible to Hpoure ure 1 a leil negro laborer Wh1e Wh1ecapping Wliito Wliitocapplng 1dte 1dtecapping
capping Wf was very grncrl general in in Ii Hint re region regiona ion
a yCar year a ago 10 but was ns slppreJ suppressed fd by tho thoauthoriils theauthorities thoauthorities
authoriils authorities I It Is belcved believed I that if 001Inglno GasLongino Gas GovLongino
Longino IhOI1 should take the he mafer matter 11 in handalain handagain hand handagain
alain again I It would ould li hi be puilll possible to Iupprer suppress > thelawless the tholawless
1 lawless wl < R Rplrt RplrtRTnf spirit spiritCARTERS
CARTERS 4 RTnf RTLE1S TERM TEIl XEARLY i Ul i IlL OKR OKRFormer onmForllr 0 Et EtFormer
Former Forllr Ami Arm rl Captain Caplalnil lltall Mill 11 Ill fie ff Heliiiscd HeliiiscdFrom IChIH11 IChIH11rnm BLleISCl1romn
From rnm Irlson Next NI t Saturday SaturdayFORT Slurd SlurdFonT Sal lirday lirdayFORT
FORT LKAVENWOIITII L LIAvF AVRNWOITH N WomiTim Kan 111 Nov o 21 21Oberlin 2lOberlin I
Oberlin Oberln Carter Crtfr fonner fonler Ciptnin C Iptall ptaii of engi engineers tngineers ngl nglnrr ¬
neers nrr will wi leave 11 tho Federal Ffderl prison riHnn hero heronext Iler IlernCt heronext
next nCt Saturday Htrday morning He has ttho tthoprivilege llll llllprlvllge Lthiiprivilege
privilege prlvllge of going olIC any llt Hmo after lfer midnight midnighton Ildnitht Ildnithtal
on al Friday Frida > and alI it I I t Is 1 nnnounced nlnolncld ho will wil takf takftho tlwthe tab tabthe
the first lint train out leaving 1111ln tho hi fort for ful San Knnnn liln lilnCiy SanSOS
SOS nn City1 Ciy City nt 5IS 51r A M I Hi H Ills attorney atorne Mr MrStono tr trStone r rSiano
Stone of Chicago Chlcllo is to accompany 1cnlan him himnnd himoml hima
nnd a cci a eloped clo td carriage carrape cit rria go will wi tnke toilt c him llm I un from fromtho fro frautlio I
tho to tho ito little rnilvipj raiiz Mntin
prison ltle rllm tlltn n nquarter I Iqunlttr itquarter
quarter qunlttr of n mile mil away awnyCflrter awn awnCrtfr awayCerter
Cflrter Crtfr onme fanw to t tho lIt fort whcrn whre win lio was wasemce WI stasonce
once rn rn officer omcfr nflcr Ifler nljrhtfall nllhtll llnw IIH ycar ycarufid yariUie ars arsafid
ufid Uie seven fOlen tnontlis 10ntls ago I O HH will wi co o direct directfrom dlrtet dlrtetfrom directfront
from Kansas UlMR ltv Cit to rhlrprc rhlrprci IhfrrrISU I lifrrrr
i itisn ISU IllS FOR JOU juiwit Iml IW MILEAGE MILEAGEThU 11 uJdtIThIs
ThIs Thil Iallhfill lalh11 Iait lifuil We r cslrrii trrn tlrl < ciiKressniiin Il r Slal Hiiir4 Hiiir4to 1111 IliIistO
to Arrive Arrl lot flip thl lvst Hull 101 C nil nilWAHHINOTON r1 r1MHNIO altAsIiNflTnN
WAHHINOTON MHNIO AsIiNflTnN Nov 21Itiprisoniutivo 21ItiprisoniutivoCvvhmon 21 HIlr lbirieitativeCes lltthe llttheCIlhman
Cvvhmon CIlhman Ces hiunan will wi t rt < tort art totiinlit 10liAhl ii night from hi hihomi his hisIlnl hishem
homi Ilnl hem in II Tncctrn Tnrwa Vnnh llh i n a I race mr across acrossthe icrns icrnsthe Cr i it1
the t1 ciintiniMit cHltllmt to save a 0 S 1 200 Tli Iliis 1 I is HUDI HUDIrcprenentH KUI KUIrCprflltH eumitreprscmits
rcprenentH rCprflltH the I ho Congressmans Con re > IMI n I iliBtc iliBtcwhich 1lbe 1lbewhlph leageuhielt
which he will wi IM I uimblo Inohlo mini do to t ri draw d ra vi In ii mn CI i 1m 1mdoe h hdol hidot
doe dol not np nlllar iiiIQt > oar r Ixfore helrl I tlio tJlmr t he bir tnt r nf thu I I tii I llouso llousoand I I isi isiand
and take Inle Iho oath oat ii of ofilco oJ1 before th Ii I h lit eixtraordlnnryFPFslon littronlnar ti titruordinary
traordlnnryFPFslon tronlnar truordinary IPFlon ssion ndjcjurnsi ndjlJlrn lloiiiin He I o jiH has bcon bconadvlatMl b1 b1adINI
advlatMl by h > his hi i llnaRiiPM IIlI here llnil Ihll I ii iiadjournment aadjournment nadieu
adjournment adieu rn tiunt may be I ic tukcn tullll t on Tuisdav Tuisdavor Tu rtii tiv tivor dav davor
or Wednesday Wll1lrnr eClfle5lft Ctinlimnn t11lnln has 1 Iirt IKMIII It1 do dotallied d dtalnld do dotai
tallied talnld tai nod at homo Iloul h itunt on Il i ii aevvmtit 11 a ei eluit > 111 if lo f a law In a I ty suit suitin bul tulIn
in whirl he hI is iF counsel counselSenator counselenatnr
Senator tnntnr llanna In Wai al Street StreetSenator StrrtHlnntor StreetSenator
Senator Hlnntor Mark wrl A Hanna visited Iiter the oricc oriccof Cfl Cflor euo euoof
of J P 1 Morgan lor ln k Co yesl YClordaJ yesterday onlay moniiiij moniiiijA mrllg
A menilxr cf tlm t h ho firm frm firm ciid ir that Imt lint it hn hall hallbfJ hadleemi
boon bfJ inenly menI a friendly call callMLnoUFFS la call1LNDOlFFS II II1lIOnFFS
MLnoUFFS 1lIOnFFS SIOEtt4lt EKU4M1 EJn I IJI Sppp Sp SpeetsrIrs SpeetsrIrsend 13rl rlrs rlrsunit
unit nl UycclnssiS I > rhlfs mound rulJ In on n solpkrr olrfl e of BIMS BIMSu ta taa IM I
1 a u > i imirnt fllYit In lofiMn lOA n and fnc blur or IVtoiiKi eo tois ilctArhril ilctArhrilmil hIrhrdNI lttnrbenloi
mil 01 oi i > l fivrilfilnirthf nldll nroldllliir I it dlscomfortx tlIeoinor < 0 tiill nh I known knoll i lr lrI of > f fml
ml I ciihtrs nhtT race Munuorn tun < or Oi O ifiun II iin n IIC7 Ilroafl Jrnd lirnadt5 1 1way
way W t5 Air tirSotni f fSnmi
Snmi mlllnl tiling for nolhlnc nnlhlnl roll ral OurUllliorlipt OurUllliorlipttllsnllnliout Our bir 1IIkh Iit ctIt ctIttlls
tllsnllnliout tlls 15nllhnullMI all iIout iihotuirrapriv lihldtrs rall pts J i h i nmswai ImiJlr31 iies 93 llrosi llrosiChainpnirnr roai roaits
ts 0 10
c <
Irolhrrlud Irottiriiuocl Chainpnirnr rh IHninr cKcilrnt riseattdr nIce tifr
Multitude Multiude of 40000 at Annual AnnualFootball Anual AnualFotbal j jFootball
Football Fotbal Game GameSCORE Game GameSCORE
ts tsSCORE
SCORE OF OFTUE THE CONTEST 16 TO 0 0Crimson 0Crion 0Cthnzon
Crimson Crion Strong Strong in n Attack the Blue Bluein Blu Bluin Bucin
in Generalship GeneralshipPoor p
t tt
Poor Pnnllncs Iunlnl by Harvard lanarll Hard lal Luck and andMimed ad adIA5d t thissed
Mimed IA5d Opportunities OPllrtlnllrf Factors FAllorlln In Renl Renl110t1111 ResultIlloeked Result ResultIllocKcil
IllocKcil 110t1111 Kicks 1ck Lead Leld to Two To TaI YalTouchdowns Ta TaTOI 1 1ToisolidownsIlugan
Touchdowns TOI ToisolidownsIlugan IJloI Hoean lhl nn Scores rorts Twice T1C for forrill forEl forElls
I IMetoair
rill El and ad Klnnny Unne Iinne Once OnceFie OnceFine Fine Runs Rt by byMetoalf byIetoal
Metoalf Ietoal and 11 Marshall lUarhallotor MarshallVictors Victors five IfareMore Delore fiveMere
More Stamina Ilalloa but Loners Io en Strength Stren t U Ua I Ia Isa
a Surprise Snrprle SurprIseA A Wonderful Worlerrnl Spectacle SpectacleFlood SpeetaoleFlod 1 1flood
Flood Flod or Color Cheers Chltr and Songs SODEIBOSTON SODPDORTON 5 5BosToN
BOSTON Nov 21 21Before Before n 0 wonderful wonderfulcrowd wondel wondelcowd wonderfulcrowd
crowd numbering numbrng fully fuly 40000 400 persons personsthat pron personsthat
that tht filled fll the ho hugo stadium on Soldiers SoldiersField Soldlor SoldiersField
Field from Iho ho ground round up Ynlo Tab vanquished vanquishedHarvard anqulo r rHarvard
Harvard Iunar in in the ho annual football footbal game till tillafternoon t this thisafternoon
afternoon nfcMoon by a score of 10 8 to 0 Harvard Harvardplayed Hra Harvardplayed
played n superb game jumo In attack all al the thewny thef thethretigli
wny f throush Ihrugh but the Crimson Crmon was severely severelyhandicapped soverly soverlyhandicnllPcd severelyhandicapped
handicapped by poor punting puntng slow and andinrcnurato andIlr01Ulto anditironurato
inrcnurato Ilr01Ulto passing parlng lack of head headwork work at atcritical atcriicl ji jicritical
critical criicl points and fumbling fumblng that was heart heartrending her heartrending ¬
rending for tho army of loyal Harvard Harvardmen lrvard lrvardmen Harvardmen
men nnj an women who went to tho ho battle battlefield batte batteflld battleficld ¬
field flld filltjd fl with wih hope hop Yales 11101 general generalship gensralship generalahili ¬
ship and andiflorco fierce ferc play coupled with magnifi magnificent malU ¬ s scent
cent putting pUltng and well wel directed diected attacks attackswhen nttk nttkwhen attackswhen
when tli0 tI th occasion required rquired them won the theday theday thelay
day The Tle teams leam were nbout equally equallymatched equaly equalyratchen equallymatched
matched ratchen in point of physical strength ftrenth and andHirvnrd andHuYard t di diHrvard4
Hirvnrd Hrvard4 when It cacao olmo to maling ground groundshowed gud gudshowo groundshowed
showed showo ji j marked superiority Ruprlort but Yale Yalemado Yne Ynemado Yalemade
mado more spectacular tpctnculr individual idividual plays playsand plys plysami t tatel
and finished fnlhed with Ith a larger amount of ofstamina ofstamina ofstamina
stamina staminaStill staminaStl 0 0still
Still Stl Harvnrd lfrnrd Inking tnllng Into Ilt consideration considerationher cOTdcratwn cOTdcratwnhlr
her hlr poor showing Ihowjl In games with smaller smallercolleges smaler smalercoleges J Jcolleges
colleges coleges plajed laed in Much a plucky manner mannerthat mnnnerthai i ithat
that after the t 0 conllict conlict thousands thouand who wore worethe worethe worethe
the Crimson CrlmHII remained rplutned in their Ihoil Beats teal and andcheored andchelrd andcheered
cheered chelrd each th player Individually Indlvldualr winding windingup IndlngUJ
up UJ UI vard vardYule vurdYule vartlYule with the soul 10ul stirring tlrrn cons eon on Fair FuI liar Harvard 1ar 1arvurd liarvartl ¬
Yule had to t fight ht for all al sho got At Atthe Atthe Atthe
the end of the thp first frt half in which Harvard Harvarddid Hararddid 1arvatddid
did tlu tl more mor aiire3iivo 1 re3hJ work the core Hcorostood scorestood corestood
stood 6 to 0 I In favor of thi Blue 1ue A t touch touchdown touchl9n touchl9Wfl ¬
down l9n l9Wfl had hd been made ma o by lUnacy nnoy after ur a asuperb I auperb
superb uperb run by Metcalf of thirtyfive thlrtfve yards yardsbut yaro I Ibut
but Mitchell Mlchol missed tlio tli goal gOII Then Thei in the thosecond thesnd thesecond
second snd half hllf ns I au a direct result rtult of two 10 blocked blockedkicks hlockedkick blockedkicks
kicks kick hogan HOln the tli bullnecked bullccked tackle Inklo whowi whowill who whowill
will wi probably ho Yales YnlAf captain cptain next year yearmade yenrmde yearmade
made mde two more mor touchdowns touchdoWlf Mitchell MItchIl inla inlaln ml mismit t tharvard
ln mit the first frt goal Yoal hut kicking tho second secondHnrvnrd fecond fecondInrYlrd
harvard InrYlrd loot nt nt least It st three royal chances elianccBto cwcC1
to score oro Twice TwIe In II the Iht first fll t half tho Cam Cambridge Cm Cmbrldgo ¬ la labridge
bridge men worked the ball hli to the S f yard yardline yardline rd rdlne
line lne On i iho ho first Iri occasion ocrnslOI with wlh only Inl two twoyards twoal twoyards
yards al s to gain 1 ln on tho th Iii third t hid down instead Inmcd of oftaking oftaldn oftaking
taking taldn another Inoller chance to drive drve the oval ovalthrough oalthrouh ovalthrough
through Ynlos 110H doffnco coftleo Capt apt pt Marshall Marshallfell Marshnl Marshaiifell
fell foi back fora fOI1 drop kid on tho 15 yard Ylrd Hue Hueonly lne lneonlr lineonly
only to base alo tho ball hnl blocked in II a 1 way that thatmade tht thtmnle thatniade
made mnle tho Harvard Halarc crowd groan rOn Again Againjust Againjust Againjust
Harvnrd attack at its best besttho bestthe
just ns 111lnl ntack wits ls bst bsttho
tho ball 1 1 was waflot host on n I fumble and Yale Yalewa Yahewas YahewasIn was wasin
in high feather featherIt rtl thcr thcrIt
It was a in the th second ECCOld half Ilflf however that thatHarvnrd th thatTarvarci
Harvnrd was certainly cJTlinly up ilJ against a nllt hard hardluck hardluck hardluck
luck Nichols jchol after rflI the Yale YIII hive lno had been beenbeaten ben benIalen beenbeaten
beaten back hiL to t a tho 1 lics 4 t yard line made a agalLnnt agaiLtnt
galLnnt dash for the tIt goal lino around the theleft 1 1left
left end Hu sits thrown I by b Raffnrty but buthad butlied
had n chance to wrlgglo ovtsr the maglo maglochalk mngiocimik
chalk mark whon his head collided with withono withOil
Oil ono of the goal posts and half a dozen dozenYnlo dozenalo
Ynlo alo men full fol I on him himWhen lii in inWhiiii
When thnlieup the hicoip was disintegrated the ball ballwim ti tiWillS
WillS found to to lio loss than a foot from the tliegoal thegoal
goal line nnd Yale got it on downs That Thatreverse Thatrevelso °
reverse look Iho hit starch out of the Harvard Harvardcrowd harvardcroI
crowd but the players fought on pluckily pluckilyeven pluckliye
even e vi ii with vii di bIte odd against a a Inst them nnd ii nd when whenthe whenthe
the whlctli blew in lh i rapidly npproach npproaching 1 1jag
jag elnrnih tho ho friirpon vis is fitill hard hardnt l la
nt a t work in tho t le middle of f tho 1 he Held HeldJinny lou I IMany
Many clwnue wero mailo in the second setoondhalf secondhail
half but nobody wn Fcrioiifly hurt Thero TherotonYak1 i itas
tas ibolii I c 1 10 5 i Ii Ii c ii s in t lie Prince u utonVitli
tonYak1 goiiio tiiul m iii tlio lcpt of It feeling pre prevniled prevniienl
vniled Aflir the i lie cnrii go Ta llf I ie > iifirnnw 1cIrrmso crowd crowdswnrmcd crowdsvarttied
swnrmcd out of tho I lie Ktndltni and vent s eat in inall Inall
all directions d for thi i ho curs H I t was oneof one of the thnmost theiiiot
most rcmnrlnbli Ki sights hiH ever loukird upon uponin tiponiin
in this country countryTHE countryT1II
lion the Itlvnl live IJUvrn Ionshr lp and andHOMI l
HOMI Ios ii tho tin Old OldBOSTON ibliIBosToN
BOSTON Nov 21 Yale canif on 01 to the thefield theuloicl
field first nnd there IVIIH n tremendous tremendousdeinorulnilion tremendousdeinomt
deinomt deinorulnilion ration Thi II surinio of Iho be grid gridiron ¬ J JI
iron I ran qti iiiickly ICid i Wis wt h h jwn to I ti In irccliorouH irccliorouHUH t r eIioiolis eIioiolisLu
UH Lu thi I lii pluyurs ilti yre Klipiiixl sli UI cl nml a in I flld i ii I over tho thoKOKity t he hesoggy
soggy turf Tlm jdl crowd ejonflnod ejonflnodt
t < i tin I lit eu < l nld I of if Iho I it hndiuiii i a I in iii numbered numberedfully nina heroti herotifully
fully ISWKI roolTH root ms who vii shoved tiut t tl n forest forostof
of lilun fiiiurt and itiTaiinrs i icmiir n lie Cnjit apt Ilaf Ilaffcrty J Jfort
fcrty fort y nml ii nol his Ii is lilg I ii g varrinrn va rn ri vcni through throughu t broti gim gimIL
u few fcs prliminar I ri I id rii r niovMiunln 7 ito uituit S Tho Har Harvard 1a r ¬ i iyard
yard rrowd oioui I wliicli i Mirrounditl i i rio i ndti Ihrco I sides sidesof sidesof
of tin t lit gridiron grlh i ron wnl i it i P j i i POIITOUH roar roarof roartif
of welcome for tli I I ie Bltii 131 ti antl then t elmply elmplywent ci
went wild a 111 when tho t he Iliiwn itntcm1 loam I coin ennui ennuiniiminj Caineiun
iun niiminj nil ij lliniufih t I iiou g Ii a Knti go ti u tJ > t MnrHhnll MnrHhnllled tarshii I I It
led tin1 t he way vii and nil Ii of Ilio I lie oh < ild graduates graduatesand
and mochix griit < I bi liis iiifn with wotclH wotclHJohn wouleof
of riicMairtittIIieiit
John 1 cli ii thn t li orang era ag num nut ii todillod t itl ti led to t o tho tholines I he hesd
sd > lines I I us ftritmiiig gre nI i ig iinil a ni I buning Is w i g to I o tho t ho maul inullitude maultjIucI
litude v hllo lili Wnltir Voht r Ciiriton Ilarvnrdi Ilarvnrdirack Jiarvnrmtacrack
rack pilchcr itcler pi i iv < > < lid d li I > liul tin t hi cheer cheerIng 5
lug in fl mb > must vlwn JIK imiuifr imiuifrXqilmo ui iiir iiirXoiiiic
Xqilmo Xoiiiic wit lost in to UK g i i IB i coin and andia anduii4
ia uii4 > V ItO ir iiFiml hud the I lIP Im t call < all the turn turnH tiirmiAts
Ats H n corHiqiiriifi i ha bo ball vint to Harvard Harvardo
to o bi 1 a lilckiil I P4i id olf llic I ii t Crimson ci uxe ii difeiiiding olofemith ing the thenorllicrn t lie lieniort
niort norllicrn horn jjoal pa I Thero was very littlo I itlc wind windiml ssiiida
a iml ovon if th t I iiT ro tad I been a gale n Ic it would wouldnot wouldalIt
not hrv iifTcclcii affect 1 1 the I I II play iIa v to I 0 nny diii great greatt greatntiiit
ntiiit > > t < > nt bcreum of th lofty loft v walls on three threeMiles threesiiks
Miles of liii i he > gridiron toworlnf 1 ci iui1 oiqhty feet feetlliovo I Itl
lliovo tl oi til1 I it ground groundiMnvNH grouniI
iMnvNH I O Y i Kicicn IC icuri diIl diIlA ri riAt
At A I 210 2 10 olluck lti it Iiiiidrn I < s lit Iho t hi bal balnr 1 I Ifar
far nr into Yrle cle tosTltiry t Thtry nnl ii llio fi fight lii was in iniiofnii Ii Iiwh
iiofnii whu wh tn tacd tl directly i M frrnl nt ii iiiconl t ii iigoal
goal post ciiilii the i hi lather lci hi ° r nnd daslfd daslfdiwcl claslicIhatI
iwcl > liix iti 5iiinl a ii I liii iii wlioro Knovion Knovioncot Knns ini inigot
cot him Ui Li > r thj t lie bail cmld bo pu in infilnv IIIplti
plti filnv n diii il t 11 i i Ilvtr tr puntir puntirKU
KU u lond to I nzny inl Mike iluri Mursvig 1 1va
svig > va ou lund wili a cool oiii Fpon spono o i i IIH

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