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to ne Heard by b Committee Krld KrldKABIIINOTON FrldWARIIINOT0N rlda rldaWJBnINOTON
KABIIINOTON Nov No 34 24A A subcommit subcommitof lJubcommlltceof
of the Senate Committee on Military Militaryhire Militaryfairs At At1rs
hire 1rs met this morning and examined Ma MaBates Major MajorF1ItPS Miij MiijF8te
Bates O Hnthbono and BrlgGen Tnsl TnslSlice Tasker TaskerBre TnMkllte
Slice llte relative to the charges filed agal agalGen ngalMt ngalMtGen ngatrlen
Gen Leonard Wood by Major Kathbo KathboLltut Uathbone UathboneIJeut IkthborLieut
Lltut James E Huncie U 8 A rollr rollrnow retired retiredflOW rotlrc710W
now a resident of Havana appeared befthe bef before beforeIbl befothe <
the committee and was notified to be borefcdlnoss bereadIfle8 In Inreadlnel8
refcdlnoss to testify before the full co comlttfo com commlttte coi coitnktvo
mlttfo next Friday morning morningMajor morningIajor morningMajor
Major Itathbones testimony today todayon W Won was wason
on details of tho specilio charges filed by byAgainst b him himagainst hi hiagainst
Against Gen Wood Ho also filed u t refill refillth requeHt requeHtIhllt requcthat
th that t certain witnesses be summoned a aoutlined and andoutllnld Al Aluti1ned
outlined the questions to be propounded propoundedthem to
them to elicit corroboration of his clmrg clmrgAmong charges chargesAmong cbargtAmong
Among tho witnesses wltnes s asked aHIe for by Mo MoItatlibono Major MajorJlalh Idaj IdajRatlibono
Itatlibono Jlalh ono was wa Gen Tusker E Bliss Ha Haliono Roth RothIono Itat1oiio
liono alleges that Gen Wood Woo nccompan nccompanthe nceompanlcd nceompanlcdthe necoinpanithe
the exconvict Edgar O i nellairs fr frHavana from from1I1alia Ira IraHavatia I
Havana to New ew York in 1800 prior to B Blairs Bel Bellairs BI BIiaIr
lairs bring sent to China and that Oi OiWood Oen OenWood Ge GeSood
Wood know at the lime that Bellaii 93eIlaIrM Bellaiiwas BellalrsM
was M an oxconvict Ills It III understood tl tlion that thatlitI1 ii iieii
ion eii Bliss testified t tified concerning the sondl sondliof sondlof sending sendingof
of a special pfcllllngent agent named Cairns to Flori Florilo F10rlda F10rldato Fiorlito
to investigate 111f lllate Capt apt Bellairss record recordf recordftf at at111f
111f f request rfluf t of Gen Wood WoodOn WoodrfOn Voodtn
On rfOn Bliss at that time was Chief Collect Colleolof ColI ctor ctorof
of Customs for Cuba with headquarters heaclquartiat
at 1 Havana and Cairns was one of his spec specapcnts pedi pedia4nts lal lalaflntl
apcnts It is alleged that a report reportm was wasmact w wmatlP
m mact flo by h Oiirns early earl in 1000 showing tlBellairs tl that thatBe thUeIluirs
Bellairs Be II IIi r had been Ix > en convicted of crime crimoFlorida erlinolioritla In InFlorida
Florida and had served a term in prise priseand prl80n prisoanil
and 1111 that theoo facts wero mibmltted mibmlttedOen 10 10Gen
Gen Wood who whonefrthplI neverthfliss accompanl accompanlBellnlrB accompantedBllIairfl acompnnti13ilairs
BellnlrB to tho tim Vnltel States Beali Be Bell Bellatrlo 13e1aIrs
ali aIrs > was one of the men who mado vlcio vlcioat vicioiattaO Icloug IclougollaoII
at ollaoII attaO lacks on Gen Brouke Woods super superoflictr 8uperlor 8uperloronitr stiperlioflhcr
oflictr oflictrMnjor onitrIaior oflhcrMajor
Major Rathbonp requested the committ committto
to witmtion I < Valtor Johnson It A C Smi Smiand Smllh Smllhanr Sinjiand
and anr Hayward all of 100 Broadway S SYork Na NaYerk ew ewrk
York rk representing a light and power con coipanv com comral1 conranv
panv It is said that these men protest protestto protefltPd protefltPdto I
to fVcretnry crllary Root against Gen Woocorders Wood Woods WoodsorcIPrl Woodnrtlr
orders completing a concession to Tiburc TiburcCastafitxla Tlburcio TlburcioastnIa TiburcASIIiIItXIa
Castafitxla astnIa y Triano for an electric UK ilgianti UKami light lightami
ami power plant at Havana and that uptheir up upithir lIon lIonIhdr <
their representations Secretary Secre t 11 Root i istruotpd it ittritcti
struotpd IItrllctf 1 Inn Wood to revoke his ordf ordfgranting ordpr ordprral1llnl ordgranting
granting ral1llnl the concession to Costaned Costanedthat Caita Cn tn tPtla tPtlaIhat ett ettthat
that GPII ten Wood did revoke one on order b bAllowed but butRIIn bt btnUowtI
Allowed RIIn 1 another to stand which in effe effegrunted el1tct el1tctranl effecrnled <
grunted rnled ranl 1 the concession to Caetafleda wl wlis who whoIII wll
is l now operating his power plant by virti virtiof virtue virtueor virttof
of Wood W nod s order issued iMUPtll1l in violation of tl tlForaker the theFrnkpr tli tliForakrr
Foraker act actCastafieda actCaiitMIPdn actCastarida
Castafieda is If alleged by Major RatE RatEhone Ratlbone Rnthhone
hone to luivo been tho prime mover in ral ralitiR ralA ralAIn raitIng
itiR In It a fund for purchasing a gift Ifl for Mr MrWood MrWoo1 Irs IrsWood
Wood consisting of a silver toilet set Cotafleda Co CM CMlallfln CiiitaAoda
tafleda agreeing to make good any d dflciency de deIlciencr dtlctency
flciency in the fund up to S2oo 200 There wi wia was wasa wa
a deficiency of S17 p7 7 it is alleged which Cataneda Ca Cas Cast Ciiitafleda
taneda t made ma e good by a 0 check checkdrnwn drawn upc upcG upon uponG uroa
G Lawton Cmlds A Co of Havana Th Thwas Thi8 Thi8W811 thwas
was early in 1602 190 while hlle tho ho question of h hconcession his hisconctslon hconcession
concession was pending beforo Gen Woo WooAmong WoodAmong lVooAmong
Among other requests Major Rathbot Rathbotasked Uathboneasktd ltathboniasked
asked the committee to send for the repoof repo report reportof ropotof
of Auditor A W V Lawshe who was sent sentHavana i iHavana to toHaana
Havana to reaudlt Rathtxmos Rathbon account accounaa accounts accounta
aa 8 DirectorGeneral of Posts of CubLawahes Cub CubaLawBhes CubLflWthe8
Lawahes report is on file at the War DC DCpartition DI1 DI1partment Drpartment
partment and it is alleged allept > d will ill substantiate aubstantiatKathbones substantiaRathbones substantiateRathbonelJ
Rathbones charge that Gen Wood li lia by bymilitary h ha
a military order caused cau8t the Auditor of Cut Cutto Cuba Cubato Cubto
to violate the law in the treatment of ai aicounts ac accoun accounts
counts countsIn coun countsIn ts tsIn
In the matter of the pardon of Reeveiconvicted Reevei noouconvicted EeeveiconVicted
convicted of Irregularities in the Cuba Cubapostal CUbanpostalllOrvice Cubaiptal
postal postalllOrvice service it is charged by Major Rath Iiathbone Rathbone Rathbone
bone that Gen Wood exceeded his au authority auUlorltv auttorttT
thority and acted withoutVarrant without warrant of la laIn law lawIn lawla
In this connection Rathbone asked th thcommittee the thecommltlell tliicommittee
committee to call for the testimony giveIn give givenin giverEn
In the trial of the Cuban postal cases casesThis C8lot8This casesThis
This testimony with an English transla translatlon translation translatlon
tlon is said to be on file in the War Depart Departmerit Department Departmerit
merit the Department D rtmenl of Justice and th thPast the thePo thiPoet
Past Po t Office Department An examination examinatioof
of this testimony it is alleged by Majo MajoHathbone MnjorRathbone MnjoRatlibonie
Hathbone will show a number of derelicdons derelic dcrellclions derelictions
lions and violations of law on the part c cGen of ofOen a aGen
Gen Wood in in addition to those Bpecifle Bpeciflein
in Th the charges chnrgsMajor chargesMajor charpesMajor
Major Rathbone alleged today before befortho beforeUm befor4tite
tho subcommittee that tho silver dinner dinnet dinnerI4t dinneiet
I4t et t presented to Gen Wood ood by the Jai Ala Alagambling Alai Alaignmbling Al AlariibIing
gambling concern was purchased at lit Tillanys 1lffanYII litlanys i
lanys in New eV York in May Ma 1002 and pr prurnted pre prefnted presented
urnted to Gen Wood on May tny 18 1002 ioo Hasked H He Heasked HIasked I
asked the committee to summon the man maniiger mannper manuger
iiger of f Tiffanys and to question him as t tthe to toI tI
the I he purchaser of of this silver set its it costwhat cost COthat costwhat
what hat Inscription In crlptlon was engraved on th thsilver the theiher thlsilver
silver to whom the set was delivered a aHavana at atHavana al alHavana
Havana and by whom whomMajor whomMajor whomMajor
Major Rathbone filed with the committee committen
n copy of THK SUN of Nov ov 23 3 1003 contatntiig con containfng containing
tainfng copies of the official orders Ismioi Ismioiby IAAuedlIy tsstiecby
by Gen Wood in the matter of ftc he Castaneda Castanediconcession Castaflechconcesolon
concession concessionMajor ronreFljionlaJor concesolonMajor I
Major Rathbono lias tiled with Chairmai ChairmaiPlatt ChairniayPutt I IPlatt
Platt of the Senate Committee on Rotationwith Rotation RnLationswith Rotationiwith
with Cuba a request for early early action on th thpetition the thepetition thpetition
petition Cubllho which w ich i ho made to the Senate anc ancwhich au auwhich and andwhich
which was referred to that committee I Iwhich In Inwhich It Itwhich
which Rathbone asked a thorough invee inveetigatlon Investipatlon inveetigation
tigatlon of his acts as I Director of Cuba CubanlOlltft CubatJosts
1 lOlltft ostfl and of his conviction by the insulacourts insula In insuaicourts ular ularcourts
courts on the charge of malversation o opublic of ofpulJlic opublic
public funds In his hi letter to Senator Platt PlatlMr PlattIr PlattMr
Mr Ir Rathbone says saysI
I cnmo to Washington at the bejrlnnln bejrlnnlnof beRlnnlnlfor
of the second session 8e lon of the Flftysovent FlftysoventCoiiKrPsB Fltty siveutt siveuttollgrPsK
CoiiKrPsB 011 KrIS8 In December 1002 and reinnlneiuntil reinnlnei rlrnlillioduntil rernairieclIfltIt
until the end of tho session se slen endnnvorlnir Indfa orll1l t ts to toItt tegel <
s Itt < t your our committee to act On Feb 6 1003 1003your 1003our 1003your
your our committee called me before It and a ayour at atollr ai aiyour
your ollr solicitation I made a presentation liwrltlne li In Inrllll1g Itcrittng
wrltlne setting forth runny mnn facts In the th e mat matNo mntttr rantaction
No o action IIRS ever been taken b br yoa yoaronimlttee youiioniniittee our ourommltlle
ronimlttee so far as I know lillO except to furnlsl furnlsliii rurnl turnisiieti h hnl1
iii nl1 > n Wood roples of the papers and iioru iioruinfills docllIIIlIls ilocitlll4lItl <
infills filed by II me and to reclve his reply repljto replyto
to the charges contained therein About Al > out thi thiiMh thollh th14tii
iMh Instant I filed with you ou n reply to Gen GenWood GenWood OtnWood
Wood I renew rono my III request for early earl action actionI
I uhmlt thnt tii t ns an American citizen I nn nnentitled 001ntltlNI arcpntitleI
entitled to Ion n full nnd exhaustive Investigation Investiratloihr Inestl IfR lion lionhr
hr a proper tribunal tribunniof of my nl own countrymen countrymenWHITE countrrnen1Il1ITR countrymenII
Because or Mr Ir Oracles Iraelr Death No o Enter Entertalnmentu Entrrtalnmmtll Enteitainitients
talnmentu Will iiI He < GIen Inn Till Dee 11 11WASHINGTON J7WARIIINOTON 17VARIrINOTO
WASHINGTON Nov s0 24 24Presidont President ROOFO ROOFOveil Rooleveil Roosavelt
veil announced today t that owing to the tindeath thedenth thedeath
death of his uncle James K Grncin then thenwill therewill thercwill
will be no entertainments at tho White WhiteBoue YhlttHouse ViiitIiouo
House until Dec 17 the date not for hitdinner hit hilicllnner hitsdinner
dinner to the Cabinet This is nn official officiafunction officialfunction officialftinctiott
function and it is probable probabll1tllllt that thu pnriot pnriotof porlodof
of mourning will only bo broken by official officiaMitertainments officialmlertalnmentA officialstitortaintuents
Mitertainments until the first of tho new newyiiir new1ar neiiyir
yiiir yiiirMiss yirMiss 1artI
Miss tI 1I Roosevelt will not on account of Mr MrOracles MrOracles Ir IrOrnclef
Oracles death act on bridesmaid at th thTuckerrnanMcCauley the thefuckermanMcCauey thcTuckermanMcCauley <
TuckerrnanMcCauley wedding tomorrow tomorrowand tomorrowtncl tomorrowanti
and her place will bo taken by b Miss Alice Alicetiordon AliceOordon Aliceordon
tiordon Parker daughter of Representative Representativeand
and Mrs Irs Richard W ParkerAnother Parker ParkerAnother Parkernother
Another change In this prominent wed wedlinc wedding 1 1clin
< ding clin party is il the substitution of Mla Klor Klornco Flornc Iiorenc4
Field daughter of Mrs Thomas ThomasXelson ThomalXelon ThomasNelson
enc4 nco nc
Nelson Page for Miss IiAH Postlethwaite who whoi
i I 13 confined to her bed with Illness IllnessMrs IIIneMIf illnessMr44
Mrs If John Poor save o IL dinner tonight in incompliment InCollllllll11rllt inOltIlllfliCIlt
compliment to Mis Leila McCauley and andler andIer aridher
her wedding wl lrllng party partyThe Jllirt JllirtThe partyihie
The Secretary of State gave a dinner dinnerlonteht dinnerIOI1I dinnerin
lonteht IOI1I ht in compliment to the tim Forerun ForerunHulatloiiH 1orellnHtJllltlonH Foreignitelationa
HulatloiiH Committee of the Senate und tho tholoreigir Lhe1orllgn tilOhornjgi
loreigir Affair Committee of the House HouseOther HauHtOther 11011144tither
Other quests Upstll were Speaker Cannon Secre Secretary SecreIlLry SecrotSr ¬
tary tSr > of War ar Root AttorneyGeneral Knox KnoxS KnoxSIrllarr KnoxStrItflry
S SIrllarr < wtary of tho Navy a Moody and Senator Senatorllnnnn HcnnturII iknaturlinilnO
llnnnn llnnnnThe II linilnOThe ILIma ILImaThp
The Secretary Sf < rolar of Commerce omml1lCt and and Labor Laboriind lnborUI1I ittborii
iind ii tilt Mr I > Cortelvou Corlhouliuo havo ns their guest jZuttMIM jZuttMIMralf Miss MissCraw MissUrar
L t I the Bister Bisterit tilllterlor
Craw Urar ralf Hm hints < s ofHempstead of
it f Mrs Mr In < Cortilyciu tortclycuiSottator CortilyciuSenator lortllnlllSenator
Senator and al1ltlt Mm Halo pave a dinner to toulRlit tolIght totiIitit
lIght In honor of 1 the th PostmasterOrneral PostmasterOrneralitid PORtluaster < rnpral rnpralne
itid ne Mrs In < Payne PayneMtos IlneIl PayneMt44
Mtos Il Loiisn Van RlIOke iiui Dyke Jones Jon niece nlf < C of the theIohtmaMerCenoral thetriinititCericral th thIItrnn
IohtmaMerCenoral IItrnn ° ItOeneral and Mrs Irs Payne en enrtnIDt enirliilned < n nrtnlninl
rtnlninl 1 at dinner < tonight
No Provision for Issue of Asset Cnrrtn CnrrtnWhich COrrfnCWhich Currtnihlcti
WASHINGTON Nov o 24 24Uopres 24Roproantatt 24RoproantattHill lloprescntat lloprescntatHill ntatle ntatleHill
Hill Rep Conn Introduced In tho Hoi Hoitoday Hou8e Hou8etoday Hottoday
today a now currency measure emboing embo embody embodyIng emboding <
ing seven distinct propositions It mal malno make8 make8no malino
no provision for an issue of assetcurrcn assetcurrcnwhich os asaetcurrenwhich ctcurrency ctcurrencywhich
which was the feature of the bill for whMr whlcb whlcbMr wh witIMr
Mr Hill and Representative Fowler cha chamanof chair chairman chaman
manof man of the House Committee on Bankland Bankl Banking Bankingand Bankiand
and Currency contended in the 1 1Congress last lastCongress It ItCongress
Congress CongressThe CongressThe CongressThn
The new bill provides for uniform tremont tre treat treatmon tirimont
mont mon of public moneys eliminating eliminatingexception I Iexception the theexception
exception with regard to receipts fn fncustoms from fromcu8toms froCustoms
customs which under tho present lo lamust lomust Jaw Jawmwt
must l he > e held in reserve It also ropetho repeal8 repeal8the rope repeithe
the present statute which limits the to towithdrawal total totalwlthdrawnl tol tolwithdtayal
withdrawal of ciroulatIon of national bn bnnotes bnnk bnnknoteH bitiflotept
notes to 3000000 within any given givenmonth givenmonthIrolslon gtvenmonthlrovialon month monthProvision
Provision is made for the Issuance Issuancesubsidiary issuancesubsidiary of of8Ubsldlary
subsidiary silver when the bullion now nowtho nowtho In Inthe
tho Treasury is exhausted as Mr I IcRtimateH H11I H11ItRtimateH 11 11estimates
estimates it will be on July 1 next by i ithorizlng nil niltltorlzJng a atllorlzlng
thorizlng tho recolnage of silver dollars dollarsorder dollarsorder In
order 01 01rder to obviate the necessity of purch purchdiscretion I1l1rchs I1l1rchsng ptircltiing
ing ng moro silver bullion The bill ght8 ght8dlscrctlon glv glvdiscrotioro
discretion to the Secretary of the Treasito Treasi IrelLllUry IrelLllUryto Freaauto
to reissue silver certificates and greenbai greenbaiin greenbacks greenbacksIn
in such denomination as they are called f frather for forrllLther Ic Icrather
rather rllLther than under the present restrictii restrictiiIt rrstrlctlont
It t also authorizes the issue of gold cert certcates certlcatee certicates
cates In denominations of SID 10 to fill flillu in iugap I Igap the
gap which would bo occasioned OCC loned by cuttl cuttlup cutting cuttingup cuttiup
up the other denominations thus fixing fixingnilnhtntim I Iminimum tho thom
minimum m I nimum gold certificate at 10 instead In teod of ofS20
120 20 as at present presentIt
It repeals the clause in the act of Mnrch H
1000 which limits tho Issue of each ba bato bank bankto bato
to onethird of its tctal Iwwo in f5 5 no noand not notl8and notand
and permits them I to I 10 Ie > Issued as put putnecessity pllbllo pubnecessity I InereRltr
necessity and convenience may demai demaiLastly demand clemanLastly
Lastly tho ineamtrn fixes a 11 uniform u itorrn t tupon ILX ILXUron tupon I
upon circulation regardlees of what ise iseof Issue isaon
of o on bonds it is bused upon uponMr uponMr uponMr I
Mr Hill declares that this Is a punadministrative pun pllrely pllrelyadmlnlstratle pureadminIstrative
administrative measure based upon pros prosneeds prC8ent prC8entnped8 presente41s <
needs nnd conditions and sees no reas reaswhy reason reasonwhy reaswhy
why any anyone one should object to it itAS itS
Non ion Till iteKtilir Session and It MaMeet Ma UniMeet Iolt I Ilelt
Meet lelt Approval of llolh Parties PartiesWASHINGTON larUelWABItINOTOJ PartIesWASIl1t0TO
WASHINGTON Xov I s v 21 2tThe Tho Senate Coinitte Con Com Conmittee I
mlltee nitte on Finance organized this mornii morniind mrnlng mrnlngand mnninand
and nd decided not to meet again for legUlIvo legUl legLsIetlve legislitivci
tlve Ivo purposes until after the regular BOSS BOSSf s06810n sosel soselof I Iof
of f Congress meets Dec 7 No financl flnaricibill financlall financial I Ibill
bill all therefore will be considered until aft afthat after afterthnt aftthat
hat date dateTho dateTho
Tho committee will report no bill until untilionpartisan untilnonpartisan a
nonpartisan measure can bo framed th thvill lIlnt thusill
sill 11 meet the approval of tho Democrats Dcmocram Democratson
on m n the commit commlttf1o too and be reported to tl tlSenate the theSenate th thsenate
Senate unanimously IInanlmou lv It will bo framed i iho on onthe c cho
the ho lines of the Aldrich Aldrich bill of last session sessionTho 1ItJ8lonI1JU sessionflul
Tho full committee now stands as fcows fc fol follows foowe
lows owe Senators Aldrich Rhode Island Islanhalrman Islandchairman Islanthairman
chairman Allison Iowa Platt Connection Connectionlurrows ConnecticutBurrowlI Connecticuurrowa
lurrows urrowa Michigan Platt Now se York Hantrough Hansbrough Han llancrough
trough North Dakota Spooner Witconsl Witconslnd Wirconelnand Wirconsicmd
and nd Penroso Pennsylvania Republican Republicannd Republleluuland
and nd Daniel Virginia Teller Colorad Coloradioney ColoralloMoney Coloratic1oney
Money Mississippi Baile Bailer Texas 4an 4an3orman at attorman and andGorman
Gorman torman Maryland Democrats DemocratsMAY DemocratsUAr DemoeratalEA
Im laJortt JotIt y on Both Sides of the Home Wan Wanto Wantl Wantlto Wantto
to Go Home HomeWASHINGTON 1I0meWABmSOToN HomeWAsnxoTo
WASHINGTON Nov ov 24 24The The situation situationCongress In InConprPSH I Iongress
Congress ongress growing out of the agrecmei agrecmein apreement apreementIn
In n the Senate to vote ote on the Cuban bill De Dtc
1618 6 is amusing Neither body is transactir transactirny tranMcting tranMctinganyhIlAlneBs transactinmy
anyhIlAlneBs ny business and there is a tacit agreemeihat agreemei agreernfJnt agreernfJntthat agreemenhat
that hat nothing shall be done until the reguli reguliesslon reglllarsetlllon regulaession
esslon meets Dec 7 7The 7The 7The
The Senate managers think that it would woule wouldbe
the session t tclose to toa tclose
be ce e a good thing to call preeent
a close the object for which It was calleigether calle calleodtogether callecgether
together having been attained but Speaker Speakcinnon SpeakerCannon BpeaIcconnon
Cannon innon says No To adjourn the he sesnlo sesnloith iCMlonwith seasiorIth
with ith the Cuban bill undisposed undl poaed of would wouldthinks wouldhe
he 0 thinks be an Insult to the President Presidentthough Presidentalthough PresidentIthough
though everybody including perhap perhapIr perhnpaMr
Mr Ir Cannon knows that the Presidenoesnt Presiden Prl8ldentdoe8nt Preeldenioesnt
oesnt think so BOThere soThere soThere I
There will not be a quorum of either thenate th the theSenate thimate
Senate mate or the House In Washington after aftemorrow aftertomorrov aftotDmorrow
tomorrov morrow > and there Is I nothing doing ex expt except cxept
cept ept pt that Speaker Cannon is barricaded ii iiis it itis In Inhis
his is committee room endeavoring to arrang arrangIs nrrangehis
his Is committee lists and Senator Morgan i iliking Is Istalking ii iiilking
liking himself Into exhaustion presumabl presumabli
on n i the Panama question questionMr
Mr Cannon never did like the way thingere thing thingBwero thlngiere
wero ere done in the Senate anyhow and andevident It It
18 3 evident that he doesnt intend to learn leanlike learnlike
to > like it now that ho is Speaker even eveilough eventhough everiough
though lough the very things are done that he ii iii is isIn ii iiI
In I i favor of ofIf ofIC ofIf
If Mr Cannon persists In his determina determineon determination
tion on not to allow the session to adjourn adjournhe
he A 9 may be loft alone In the House to wield wlekle wlpldthe
the le e gavel over empty benches bonch during thi thismainder the theremainder thsomainder
remainder of the session while Senateorgan Senate SrnntorIorgan Senatororgan
Iorgan organ talks to the echoett in the Senate SenateMOIIGA SonataMORGAN i iII0ROAX
lIanna anna Tells Him That McKlnley lcHlnlt Favorc FavorcPanama Fa FaerePananla red redPanaDla
WASHINGTON Nov No 24 24Mr Mr Morgan MorgarDem Morgaem MorganDem
Dem em Ala resumed resumedhis his speech In th thmate the theSenate thenate
Senate mate today criticising the Adminlntra Adminlntraon AdmlnlHtratlon
tlon on for it Its policy with reference to Panamaad Panama Panamid Panamaand
and id Colombia lie read from manuscript mnnuBcripL
in 1 L a voice scarcely audible to those in the thitileries thegallerlM thcalIenee
gallerlM tileries which like the floor were almost almostesortcd almostesorted almostdeserted
desertedAt deserted esortcdAt
At 3 oclock after reading unlnterrupt unlnterruptlly unlnterrupttdly
tdly city for two t o hours Mr Morgan paused antiaid anc ancild and andsaid
said aid
ildMr Mr Ir President may I be permitted t tad to toread tctad <
read tad ad my remarks while seated My Myoid Myoidlimbs ok okmbs oldmba
limbs mba are an shaky under mo as the Repub Repuban Republican
the of truth truthTho truthTho truthThe
lican can an party is in presence
Tho half dozen Senators present laughed laughedid laughedand
and id without further ado Mr Morgan took tools tookhla tookIs
hla Is s seat and resumed the reading of htiocch hit hitspeech hit hitpooch
speech speechBefore occh occhBefore
Before bringing his remarks to a a I closf closfter CIORGafter cloecfter
after fter ter nearly four bourn hou ho hI eulogized thito the thelato tti ttiito
lato ito to President McKinley for f r his course coursifavoring courseIn courseI
In I favoring the Nicaragua route which whichought whlthbrought whichrouctht
brought ought from Mr Hanna the statement statementnt statementthnt
thnt hit nt no he knew M Mr McKinley preferred the thePanama theanama
Panama nama route routemai routeIr routeMr
Mr Ir Morgan referred to the report of the theCanal theanal
Canal mai Commission Comm Commission l8lon and McKiiileyH In Inirxemont Indo itiorsenient
do irxemont ement of it as showing ho h lavorix lavorixat lavoredthat lavored lavoredmt
that at route routeMr routeMr routeMr
Mr Hanna however stated that thi thiason the therp8AOn theaRon
rp8AOn ason for McKlnleys advocacy of tin the thoIoarapul theIoaragtia
Ioarapul route was the high price 81O SI08
00000 1000 asked by b the r French Panama annrnn Canal Canalmpany ConalCompany Canaloinpttny
Company mpany but said that outside that price pricerich pricowhich pricehicli
which hicli rich was oonsidend d prohibitive McKln MeKiny McKlnfavored IcKlnley
ley y favored fnorl < lthe the Panama and not the Nicar Nicarg Nlcartlltlla Nicaigus
ia route routeMr routeMr routoMr
rtlltlla igus g
Mr Morgan stoOd on McKinleys public publiccord publlorecord publiccortI
record cord and agreed ngre that both he and nd Mr Mrinna Mranna MrHanna
Hanna anna might bo right rightA
A resolution was wa adopted < permitting permittinge
the ce e Senate Committee on Military Mlllta Affairs Affairscontinue Malrsto ajrs ajrsI
to I continue during the lie coming reeesH of ofainst ofCongresI ofDngress
CongresI Dngress its investigation of the chargeli chargeliagninRt cltargeiaInst
ainst Gen Leonard Wood Woodt WoodAt WoodAt
agninRt brief executive executivewion executhosCElflon executiveslon
At t 430 oclock after a
sCElflon wion tho Senate adjourned until to toHouse tomorrow toorrow
morrow orrow
House Adjourn Lntll FrIday FrldsiyiVASHiNQTOv Frida FridaWASIIISOTON FrIdayWASI1OTO
iVASHiNQTOv Nov No St 4The The House did didictically didpractically didactically
practically ictically nothing today and at 1240 1240lock 140oclock 1210lock
oclock lock adjourned until lint II Friday Frida next nextNominations nextNomInation next2omlnatIons
Nominations Confirmed ConfirmediVABinsoTON ConOrmrdW ConflrtmiIWASlUoTON
W iVABinsoTON Nov 24 24Among Among the natal noinlions nomlnltlonH nataltiOfl4
nltlonH ions confirmed today toda by b the Semite Semitero nnto nntowro
wro ro that of Charles Chari H Keep of Buffalo Buffalobe Buffalohi
to be bl Assistant Secretary of tho Treasury Treourand TreasuryI
and 1 Eugene Hny HII of Minnesota to be a a mein meinof memher meinr
her r of the Board of General Customs CU tom8 Ap lipiscrs Apirsern AppraiR1t
praiR1t irsern at Now ew York Yorkilltons YurllIlson YorkFcIIone
illtons Son Fined lnllI for or Sprtaint AutoVSlJiaT0N Auto AutoVASHiNaTON 1110 1110WASII1NOTON
VASHiNaTON Nov O 25Willlam L I Edison Kdlsoni E lMon
011 ii i of Thomas A Edison was aH fined Si In Ini Intl1l
his hlniomobile histotitobile hl hlI
for speeding
court < IlIrt
tl1l i polico l
than permitted by b the thod thetllWtfl thettd
I allloll1olllle iomobile faster
tllWtfl ttd d reuulnl inn <
8 Sae > s W y ti Cromwell Counsel ounlt for forCanal the theCanal I ICanal
Canal Company After Meetlnt n nresent Rep Reprtlentathel 0rescnt5tjucs
rtlentathel resent thcs or the New ew Hepul HepulDr Republlo RepublloDr HepubDr
Dr Pablo Aroiemcn Was ILI Prcs PrcsWilliam Prrltnt PrrltntWilliam PreirWilliam <
William Nelson Cromwell general cot coisel coun counsel coteel
sel for the Panama Canal Company CompanyPablo Dr DrPablo I IPablo
Pablo Arosemena general counsel to toPanama toPanama the thePanama
Panama Canal Treaty Commission am ammember and andmember a amembor
member of that commission BunauVarl BunauVarlPanama BunauVarlllaPanama l3unauVarUPanama
Panama Minister to the United Stat StalFederleo Statetl StatetlFederitO StatFoderico
Federleo Boyd and Dr M I Amador the t tother two twooilier tother
other members of the treaty commlsslmet commission commissionmet commlsslcmet
met in executive session in Mr Cromwe Cromweloffice Cromweoffice Cromwell8 Cromwell8o111ce
office yesterday afternoon The conf confenco confer conference confenco
enco lasted all the afternoon It was wasported re reported I Iported
ported that AroRetnenawho Dr arrived 31 31tetciy y yterdny CI CIIflcloy
terdny mornlngf lIIornlngfrom rom Colon on the steams steamsScguranca steam8h1p steam8h1pSegllrnn steamahiSegunanca
Scguranca a brought jvith ultti ILh him a arutt of i iconstitution the I ICiOiistitutiofl
constitution 10 liS lit UI Ion of the new republloand that tliatprovisions thatprovisions Its ItsproiJlloM
provisions were discussed at the conference conferenMr conferenceMr conforentMr
Mr Cromwell authorized the atatemithat statement statementthat atatemi statemethat
that the question uest1on of the payment to t tPanama the thePanama ti tiPanama
Panama Canal Company by the Unit UnitStates United UnitedStatl8 UnitiStates
States of f 40000000 for its rights and prcerties pro prop properties proerties
erties on tho Isthmus was discussed a athat and andthat athat
that while he could not go Into details detailscould detailscould It Itcould
could be stated etatl > d that the payment woi woibe woube ould ouldbe
be made In such a manner as not to d dturb diJI diJItl1rb di ditori
turb the financial situation in this count countThe rountry rountryThe countThe
The conference will continue for sever severdave Buvedavs suveral suveraldaII
dave davsWhen When Dr Pablo Arosemena arrived arrivedwan he heWI18 I Iwas
wan met down the bay by b Roger LFarnha LFarnharepresenting LFarnharnreprtlent1n LFarnhatrepresenting
representing counsel for the New Panat PanatCanal lananCanal Ianuma IanumaCanal
Canal Company who told him that t tnovr the theneW tI tInev
neW Canal treaty had been signed I IArosemena Dr DrAr08emena IJ IJAroermona
Arosemena said he had had not supposed supposedwould supposedwould It Itwould
would bo signed 1Ii ntd so soon In regard to t tstate the thest ti tiBtftto
state st to of things at Panama he said saidThe lIaidThe saidThe
The Junta which consists of a govering gover poorninp goverIng
ing board of three will rule until lint 11 the nation natiotconvention natlollill natlollillconvention nationconvention
convention meets which hlch may be in ab abtwo about abouttwo abo abotwo
two months The Constitution will thbe th thell thellhe thihe
he adopted and thero will bo a change changethe changethe In Inthe
the Government There Th rp will lie 1 a Preside Presidnnd President Presidentnnd Presideand
nnd a Cabinet I cannot tell you yOU ou whetli whetlithero whetlithere hether hetherthere
there will 111 be h a VicePresident rlcePr ident but the thewill there therewHI thewill
will be u provision whereby thero will willa he heo I Ia
a substitute in coco of resignation rf ilnalion or cleat deaof death deathor cleatof
of the President I think that Panaiwill Panai Panamn Panamnwl11not Patiatiwill
will wl11not not desiro to bo annexed to the Unit UnitStates rniled rniledStllt UnlttState
States Stllt I believe wo o could maintain o oindependent 1 1indcpoccienco Ir IrIndptJndt1nro
independent without the aid of the Unit Unit1States rnlttd rnlttdStatc UnitStates
States if we had cncteh vecfeln cffII to defer defeiour cltflricl cltflriclour deferour
our contt con t It it i practically impossible f fColombia for forColomhlu fi fiColorcibla
Colombia to get Rt nt t u In except o ef1t by landiitroops landii landing landingtroop landiritroops
troops on our Oil shorr iitit Slo has nn oxcello oxcelloarmy entUIntarm oxceltearmy
arm army In un oiRervfdoy tJU1pr PliCr we could put 10finert 101 101men 10000 10000loen
men In tho field Tho Th enthusiasm rlthll IDsm is I hi hion hion h hon
on tlo IMhriiUt rfoUlrhllllud nnd the young nun men n nsoing nro nrogning at atgoing
going into tho army Butwo But wo do not wa wavar wnnt wnntwar watwar
war < wo e want pence and prosperity Th This Thllt Thlltill TbIs
is why we are trying trin tonell the two gunboats gunboaoptured gunboatscnptured gunboalcaitured
optured from Colombia ColombiaRECOG1T10 ColcmblaRECOGITWY ColcmbiuRECOGNIT1OV
German Jermany and ncl AirstrlnOliuiKary Have Has e Tahi TahiAellnn Tallrn TallrnA T1tt
Aellnn Aellnnftpetlal A t plllln plllln8prrlal etloncpivlii
ftpetlal Cable Ca ncspntthes i n Tar Tn r SIS SISBERLIN SlSRERLIN SccREnrr
BERLIN Nov O 24 1Tiio The Government hi hilotlfied hall hallnotlfld hr hrnotified
notified the Junta at Panama that German Gorrnarecognlzes Germanrecognl7a Germanrecognizes
recognizes tho new nl1 Republic RepublicVIENNA RepuhllcVIENNA RepublicVFA
VIENNA Nov s0 24It 24 2 It is stated that tii tiiGovernment tl tliovernment tlte tlteGoernment
Government has notified not lflid Mr Ir Hcngelmuelli Hcngelmuelliho Hlngelmuel1orthe
the ho AuBtroHungarian Ambassador to tlInited tl the theUnitecl UiUnited
United States to recognize the Repubf Repllb1io Repllb1ioof Repub Republiif
of if f Panama PanamaXASIIVILLES PanamatSlnILI PanamaXISI1JJLUIS
iloocly 1001 Sends a Cniiiiillmrntary olllllimentlr Letter LetterCommander I ICommander to toCOllam1er
Commander COllam1er Ilubbaril hubbardWABU1NOTO IlubbarilWASniNGTON HllbbardWABnNOlON
WASniNGTON WABnNOlON Nov O 24 24Scretar 24Secretary Secretary Secretaryhe of oftbe C Cho
tbe he Navy Moody Ioy sent 6nt tho following con connendatory commendatory coalnendatory
nendatory letter leter today tod to Commands Commandoiohrt Commandsbhn Cormandpr CormandprJohn
John Hubbard Huhbrd of the gunboat pllnbot Nashvill Nashvillor lhlo lhlotor
tor or his conduct at Colon whenghe whfhe uvite he Colombia Colombiaroops Colombiantroops Colornbiairoolis
troops roops there threatened thralened to ki kin kll every er Amen Ameran Amenan eri ericn
cn an if the Colombian officers ofcrs arrested arresttd B Banama at atPanam a aananla
Panam anama by the separatists pratlt8 were wr not re remeed r resaseci
leasd leasdYour meed saseciYour meedYour
Your reports of the thl occurrences oeurencl at Coloom Colon Colonfrom Colorrom
from om the reprts 2d to the 5th hist Ilst during durinA the recen recenvolution rpCllt rpClltrevoluton rocenevolution
evolution on the Isthmus of Panama ban hnveen hOIob banesit
revoluton b een read Oi by the tht lrldent rvr > ldcnt who ho has his ex exressed IXpressed ciressed
pressed ressed 1 hlmsolf hlms1 as n beinif belli miich tlwh pleased plo1 witour wit wih wihour witiour
our action and desirous that you ou should sliouhe shouldbe
be e no Deton Informed InformedThis inform InformedThis
This Thl I takH lal pleasure plelne In doing dolnR and wish wJ h t tid to toadd tdd
add id that your our actions oclons throughout throullwut appeatho appea nppltr nppltrto
to 1 tho Department to have hol been hlcn dl dlcrft dlcrftJudllous diecrect diecrectudlilous cre t tidlcloUR
Judllous idlcloUR Ieparlmpnt prompt prolPt und lnd decided to a market markeipierce mnrltei marketegree
pierce pierceLleHtfriantCommandnr
dtRrte dtRrte1IlltenantCollmnndr LleHtfriantCommandnr Wltzel Wi7II W itzet Midship Midshipiin Udshlpm
1IlltenantCollmnndr the undfr th Ihtr Ihtrcommanl thitiotnatanil l litnniiind
m ran n J JP I Jnvlison and > men Iln
itnniiind who were Inndcd llnd1 from tho Nash Nnsliillc Sahi Nashliii
illc deserve much praise prlsl for their coolnessrtitude coolness coolnesrtltude olnl
i rtitude and firmness under Iudlr provopntlon provopntlonliiii 11rO0Cnllnnwlll proucica lion lionoppnsd
forttude wlll liiii oppoKed oppn 1 trrness by b n ercatly Irent grcnti superior fore foreurine forc forectiring
durln urine wviral rl hours hoursThe hourTho hoursne
The conduct of sour Olr entIre command commnld re reccts f reoct
oct ccts a rrctt rrrdlt rrlll contuot It upon uc parc thn t tIP scrvlrn nIC pntro si and nl the I lit ecit country countrynd Colltr Colltrnnd ri try tryml
nnd tlCIA nd Hffnrds mn n neat Brutltlration Irlllratlm to convp convpyou co cnnvc3 I
to < you thn Diparlnicnts Ifartlcnli cordial Iordlli coinnonda coinnondaon CllfPllda CllfPlldaton
ton tonrou on onYou You will wi please pltnst rend this letter I tter at cencra ceneranuster cencraUlster geneal genealmuster
muster Ulster nusterREATI UlsterREATY
TRET REATY WITH ni CLttA iTllt LilA IlATiriEn IlATiriEnedln lA flA7lFILIedlng 71 Tnv TnvCdtn
Cdtn edlng edln to That lt Ileiiulille llllllc Iflc I tc of Pines I Ineturn In InRtur hr hrReturn
Return Rtur for Coaling oalnl Stations NtntlousWASIIINOTON Ntlteu NtlteuW StationsWAs1lixoTo
WASIIINOTON W ABI OTOS Nov o 24 24Te 24The The Senate Snatr rati ratld ratifed ratiad
ad d today the treaty with lth Cuba ceding lnr t tlat to tothat tctiat
fed that lat republic repuillc the Isle of Pines Ilnt which under undtIB underthe umitice
the IB Treaty Trent of Paris Par was left 11ft for future futre de dornlination deTmination determlnntlim
termlnntlim Tmination of ownership The treat trlt trltIn treaty treatyI j ji
In I i return for grants to tho United States ei eiival ot otnal ni niaval
ival and coaling stations In Cuba con conrms confrl couirms
nal frl rms the title coalng of the Htatons insular republic republc to thile th the the1le theito
1le ito of Pines PinesXATE Pine PineUiTR PinesEXITE
Pro1dln ovldlnit for OprnlnB Optll opIhngit nf fr Two lort an anAbolition and andbolton antAbolition
Abolition bolton of 111cm Ultln Jliin Taxes TaxesWASHINGTON Taul TaulWABINOTO TarsWARnINOT0N
WASHINGTON WABINOTO Nov O 21 21Thin Tho President Presldcnis Presidenthl
hl is transmitted trnHmittr to tho Sonata nato tho rice ntvimmercial ncl ncleommercil riceommercial
immercial treaty with China provlillrif provlillrifr prolcIIK prolcIIKfor
for r the opening to tl trade of two ports poru Tlitfv Tlitfvirtfi liiestorts hAu hAuporti
porti orts are Mukden Mukd1 acid Antunc Antung It af afovidcfl all allproldeR als alsrovides
proldeR ovidcfl ar for the abolition aholton nll of tho likin Ik 11km in tax taxi tH tHon taxe taxeii
lctvceu different difTerenovincea differentrovinces
on ii i merchandise pawing plNig dilerlnt dilerlntpro
pro ovincea lc8 of the oinplro oinplroIlllls PJplrt PJplrtlls ecnpireLulls
Illlls lls Introdtirrcl IntroduCer In the Home HomeWASHINOTON 1011 1011W houseWASitI0TON
WASHINOTON W ASINOTON Nov XO 24 24Amonp Among the bill billtroduced blll blllIntrou bUllltrOdtlced
Introu troduced d in the house 1ou today tocia wero wer th thMowing the thefolowlng thicliowing
folowlng folowlngtr Mowing MowingBy
By 13 Mr tr Goulden Pern lm X Y I appronrlnt appronrlntc approlrlRtInl
Inl i c 5M000 2MIOIO ViXH Goulepn for n public pul > lic building hulilng In Th ThBy Tho ThoIronx iht1iMr
Ironx IronxI By I 1iMr Mr Ir Cowherd o herc Dem Mo Io for an saner omerncy saner1tyitrAIliiRep mergenc
genc ncy currency currencylly currnc currncI
lly 1tyitrAIliiRep Mr 11 Allen fiei Mo > Iol Io I u bill I which lair imrme Ilr IlrpnA
pnA 1545 me I to rmuit nld Il tll h Sunday Hln11 Ii ndtl RI Bluu llw till la laws IIIS W8 for tin tinstrict theUlslrlct I Iistnict
Ulslrlct strict of Columbia ColumbiaNavy lulumhil lulumhilNn
Nn Navy Voinliiatlons VoinliiatlonsWASHINGTON tllulons tllulonsWASINOTON 0IIittiathofltWAsnINaTO
WASHINGTON WASINOTON Nov o 24 24The The President Presidennt PreHidentHent
Hent nt to the tii Senate mato today today the following followiniiniinatlona folowing folowing10minltlons followingminiltiofli3
10minltlons 10minltlonslnTI iniinatlona iniinatlonaNnvy miniltiofli3Navyho
Navyho Nnvy To be Caplnln ntoln Commander Charles CharlcRForse Chnrlesr Charleslorc
r Forse lnTI to bi h > lnyina 11lnotlr liiycnaster tor PiiRHed PUIId Assistant AMlstnntymiiKtiT AssiHLllt AssiHLlltInYII Assistantlyiciai4ter
ymiiKtiT ier Walter ai t r It I I < ani Ii jo 10 I o be funtuln funtulnthe luotulnIn urit ala alatill
In InYII the Marino nlr Corps First Muirt Ilclt John JohnWrlghl Nright N Nright
Wrlghl Wrlghlallturtl rightCSPIUFCCI right rightHaplurrd
Haplurrd allturtl CJunboat onhoat Inlrrrd frlertd llnmr llnmrWASHINGTON IIofleWAShINGTON 0C 0CWASI
WASHINGTON Nov o 24 4The Tho gunboat gunboatm gunhoatDon
Don m Juan do Austria one of the former formeranish formrHplnlh formeratnish
Hplnlh anish vessels pftls sunk Rlnk by Ir Admiral Admirl Dcoy De1cy In InB il ilthe
the B battle of Manila Ianln Bay Rlr has ha been or orred ordered orred
dered red batlt home by way of the Suez Canal Canll to toplaced tob toI
I placed placed out of commission lOmllllon probably probablyjforfolk probablyat probablyIsorfolk
b at IsorfolkKCKERS Norfolk jforfolkK1CKEKS NorfolkKICKfmi r1ac
Car iar r Ahead Sufferers Surerer Heady Rlad to Move MoveAgainst MoveAstiiet fl > e eIailst
Against Iailst U 1 n 1 T Company CompanyU CoInpanAt omp1 omp1At
At an adjourned adjourner meeting mctlng of the residentsthe residents residentsthe relident relidentof
of the Parkvillo Parkle And Kensington sections sectionsId section sectionhpld
hpld Id last night IIpht in Kensington Hall Int East Eastin Est EstThinl Eastiircl
Thinl iircl in street tft nOd nnr Avenue AYlnue D Brooklyn Brooklynfiftythree Brooklntho
and women who wrru wrruried werurried
tho 0 > men Wfr Wfrmrrer
fiftythree 11
ried l hack > ack nnd forth fort h from the Thirty Thirtyth Thlr ThlrAItth Thtrtyrthr
AItth mrrer th 5trft tftr ttrl1 < oi depot dplot of If the tIL Fifth Firh avenue do oletech doled Ile Ilentml
ntml led by Ii way of ccl the Culver line lno to Coney Coneyand Conry18lnd ceneyLnnl
I wo tt last becau becauy tecause tecauseC
and on In Friday rda morning lornln IJru IJruthl
18lnd refused to take the car abend shfnd ro roved reolver roiveci ¬
thl C ved y refuFt to tnko their ca rM case n first frt to the tht Cor Curration Corration Corlratlon
lratlon olver ration Counsel for fO action nclon against thn thnoklyn th thaooklyn
tounul Transit Company and andling andUn
oklyn > Rapid rn 1 Id Idfaing
Jrookl ling Un g there t here ltpld < to begin irsd Individual juIfdnal I Id Itfi 1 a notions notionsilnst noton notonngRintlt ouoniisjnst
ngRintlt faing ilnst the I he company compln An AI a result r ult of the thetlng tbemeetlnl thectlflR
tlng a permanent organization was wascte Wi WitIectfI wasectoej
meetlnl ectoej > cte < l its It 1 II purpopo pmpa being hfin to bring hrn about aboutjctt abut abuta shoutbetter
tIectfI Ion in Iho tim transit lacilitten lacilittenen
a btr better jctt r condition cnd I il transi lacitll lacitllgen
the railroad people
gen en by I rairoad pople
Every Ever woman from Maine to California Caiornia should give thanks to the theGOLD theGOLD theGOLD
and I Let them do her work workis
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is the first frt aid in housework It I brightens brghtens everything it touches touchesand touchesand touchesand
and lightens lghtens the housewifes burden GOLD DUST is the worlds worldsgreatest worldsgeatest worldsgreatest
greatest cleanser cleanserGEWERAl cleanserGENERAL
geatest ceAnser ceAnserGEfER
GENERAL GEWERAlUSES GEfER WlhlJ Washing clothe ad and nd dishes scrubbing acrbblng acrubbln floors fors cleaning ceaning wood woodwork wo woodUSES ¬
USES USE FOR FORGOLD I work oilcloth oicloh silrerwAre elnrare and tinware tnwnre polishing polihing buss hral work workM workGOLD workGOLD
GOLD DOST cilaDIDg cleaning bath bah room rom pipes etc and making the fnest Ilnest soft sf soapMad soap soapMe
GOLD DUST makes hard wafer soft
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r P1101l PlllITS no FITS TS rxDER IJm WATER WATERInquiry Wit TIm TImInqnlr TlRIflqtilry I I
Inquiry Into a COtnimli < oiii olllln > nn > Mhleli hlrh lucid DlilnCiet Uhllt UhlltIt lucidGet
Get It Km 11 for or lit StocklmUlcrs StocklmUlcrsAfisistant StorkhihlcrsAssistant Sttekhnhllu SttekhnhlluAflsistant
Assistant District Attorney ttorne Kresel 1rsll i iinvestigating iImPAtlgatlng iinvestigating
investigating the affairs afairs of tho 110 Industrie IndustrieFederation I InciustniiFedercttion lu tral tralIrdentlon
Federation Irdentlon of America Amerra of which PeteCiarrahcnn Pete PeteGarrahan 1lltr 1lltrGarrll
Garrahan Garrll was WIL onc on once president prsidpnt Complaint Complainthave Compluiltll Compluiltllhae Comidaitithave
the District Attorne Attornethat Attuiiiethat
have keen rnadu racle to Dhtriet AtCnl
that certain crtnln officers ofitrR of the tlo corntmny COII lr hav Jiatiacquired havacquired halo haloIcqulnd
acquired Icqulnd wealth wenlh nt an unwarranted unwnrantpf ex expense l lpfn ciPease
Pease pfn to tho Btoclihoideis HtolholdfI Tl 110 Tie > condor condorwafl 1IIr cotidertwaic
wafl formed fornJd with wih tho expressed imetitio imetitioof 1 l lt 111 111of
of filling tllf in Jamaica Jumla Rd Bay It I made mare a clalr clalrto calr cialtito
to Inrxl lUl umlnr water ntr whiCh the tb court toiirtharo courthayo cIlrthavo
haro declared trdnrpd Invalid 1 Oarnihnn Garrhan who i II Is in inlonger no noJongfr iiilonger
longer president nJr hus his a 1 rein nfW concern concer ciilli ciillithe c culpd culpdthe llf llfthe
the Inventors Inveltors nnd Inventors 11ptors Company Companynt Com pam pamat
at lin Nassau aAau street strt which ia I capitalize capitalizeat caplI7d caplI7dn
at n t SIEOOOO SIEOOOOJllnlftir 2fOt 2fOtlnlftrr 2t0OO3hlrtter
Jllnlftir lnlftrr Siillrni jutCl I1CrS Ilrrr JlrC fur a HillilB HillilBHerlwrtOSqulors Inllrll Inllrlllerbert TIoihcIHerbortGSquiiors
HerlwrtOSqulors lerbert OSqllorl UnitedStatesMiniste UnitedStatesMinisteto Vnltecl SttC llinlster llinlsterto
to Cuba aba arrived arriYd yesterday cterda from Ihavatiby llnvani llnvaniby In ana anav
by v the tlc Ward liner Incr Morro Castle Ca tle Ho 10 l1 wit wllppend wi witspend
spend Ilind the holidays hoJdaysat at tho home of his sister sisUirinlaw sistr sistrinInw sisterInlain
inlaw Mrs Mrt CAM CII Csse3 at at KatonahWestchebte hatonahiWestchestecounty KatonahWestchebtecounty liltonalWeltehebttr liltonalWeltehebttrcounty
county after afer afterreportirig reporting rp rtlng to Washington WashingtonOBITUARY Wahington WahingtonOBITUARI WashingtonOBITUARY
Jullnn Rli Rh the thearttatdhd artist dlixl dll at 215 oclocl ocloclyesterday ocock ocockttttrdny oclnclyesterday
yesterday ttttrdny Tulnn rnoriilne mornlnl at lt RoAVtat RIWl8t lId Vust KortUthftrivt KortUthftrivtafter Fortcth Fortieth tlI tlIIlfr trt trtcfter
after an lllni iilntss of nevuriil ocrnl weeks In kH Mr Ir lit litheld Itir Itirhetd 1
Ilfr held Illd a In rccocnlml reeOIII71d IlllS but t not a cunuiiaiidlni cunuiiaiidlnililnco lOI1IIldlll tonitiiandicgictac
lilnco Illnc n 18 as nn al au Amor mlr inereaIc Iran cnl laiulncnpH Inllscup artist nrtst lit litwas le lewa ticwas
was wa horn In CallfornlK Hftytwo Oft wo yearn ur nrs nio nioand alO alOald acoauid
and ald often orln BiiW luid thnt tlnt tie h was 1 a pupil pupi nf nature natureHP lulll nictartlie
HP was fond of outdoor life lre and ald when wIdI 11 vomit vomitbegan yom yomi yottlichigait
i began hPjun le llI to sketch fketoh oUlcoor outdoor and lila hi elTortH Iorlt tnt nniwith 11 tntwith
with praise When heu he came runt Ullt flftren yeir yeirnsro ycraro rH rHalo
nsro fin betran to nttrnct canJ attention throtiul throtiulthe Ihrou throctiI h hI
I the alo I he ninrkpd murktd lo belnn personal pprll1aIQuall nlrnrt ciiiilitrwlilih qual it 1llnlnn whlh Whlilhi his hi iiiintiii iiiintiiipos 11111111 l1i1 lit iuii iuiipoasssed
pos poasssed i efd sed lie has ha inude mudl his twine horo horo OVHIRlnco OVHI wrllc er erstu
I Rlnco stu llc C For a II number of years earlll he In had huel a stuilii stuiliiIn Hlldin HlldinII at utI in inhi
In II New ew rnrsuy Jer near nlar Internon Ilterln Mr Ir Illx drew tlrnttnn erw erwI drewon
on memories nllorlp flICIflOtI of hU own en Htiito for inspiration Inftlrntlorfor
I for much of his work and Ind his Callfornlu llromhl land landscapes ImdI laidReapes
scapes am familiar to all visitors IiorH to exhibi exhibition xhlblI ¬
I seOllel tion I jolts Sonic Honl i lilt fnmilnr of II the thi best 11 of hl work ork had hlr been beendone bcnI ieccdOllS
done lOls within the thl tl hint IUIl live II vcars ar8 nit nlhoulh attliouch lionch hl hipoor hloor hlpoor
dOl poor oor health ihln part of that time hampered hallpr tutu lilntniicli lll tutunuuiehi
I blalh plrt III <
tniicli He was ll one of lt tho American An1rhlt tninil tninilpainters I torcitipainters oln I Ipniltrl
painters II Many of his pnlntlncs Ilnlltll1lS an In Inrirc Inrirccollect Innmcoltcllon iaritecollections
collect pniltrl collections limn and a short tlnm t hum 11 ago 110 one Oi ol 0 o his hispictures hispictures hispictures
pictures coltcllon was aa sold oht to an 111 art lover 101 living 1111 in inBerlin II liiltertIn
Berlin Sonic Anll or r his hil recent fcent pnlntlnea palnlllrs wet ol olmenpR oCfelnl ofscenes
scenes Iprlln hi tie Miilrin lllno woods A year uir 1 or more moreiieo 11ru 11ruIO momii
iieo ii felnl inn Mr tr Hlxs health becamn hecll so bud hiI I that t h htook ho hotook hutooll
took IO a trip IXR to his hl niitlv Stile St Itt ito to recnpernte recnpernteThe rlIrltl 4 4Fhe
The he chance I in rlltnato did him cood oodlme arid when whenlie wiicnhr lln llnhI
lie returned ret chnnlln arrest and 111 clmatl beituii i work ork here aunln aguc llln in hH hHfriends hl hltrlellds lismietida
hI rurld 1111
friends ho hoped Peel that tlnl he was WIS entirely 4I1 mlrch t Irely well wll lie liehint I Ii Iilaid
hint Ilul kidney kldnl trouble I and a month moat ii niro 110 thu t he old oldnllmcnt 011Rlment oldailment
ailment becnn to bother him itirnln 11In An Anoperation Anollrnllon AnoperatIon
operation Rlment llll was WI necessary np HUr imd lne one of his Ils kid kidiieyn kid01 kIdlceH
iieyn was removed rJod Mr Itlx lx was w I s a I lopuar irnillularunenibaur lopuarmember nllllr nllllrIlmbr
member 01 of the tIl Ioto LOOM Club CIIl > His IIK hi is puintiiuts puintiiutswere picitut iiiis iiiisuere
were Ilmbr w re often exhibited e1hlbltd there 1I lu lle wan WIK a I bach bachelor bachelot JIh JIhelm ¬
elorCharles elmChnrl Charles Chnrl W V Henry a well wlllmown known citizen dl7ln of ofPhiladelphiadied orPhlndllhlndlr ofPhilaticiptila
Philadelphiadied Philaticiptila died lfnl yesterday llrdl nfterin aClr after anlll1 171 Illness ol olKeverul o eltveral
Keverul Phlndllhlndlr weeks He 0 was IRS born In IC55 1 I5 2 His 11 great greatgrandfather grntsmandtather rat ratRrlndfltbrr
grandfather wtI was Oliver Wolcott Wkol one ot the tluulimers thulllr8 thesigners >
Rrlndfltbrr WI Olvlr
signers of the thl Declaration of Independence IndependenceHo IndeplndI
Ho lllr8 was W a member rnembr Ilcrnrlton of the thl Moflly committee commltteoIn cOIlnlleu cOIlnlleuIn
In 10 CorisolldtitPd onsolidit l take Superior affairs 1llr a amember aPlbtr atflstllber
onlldnl Tako
member of the Inlrmount Park Parl Coininisslon Coininisslonnnd COIIIIsion COIIIIsionand
and Plbtr former member leml > rr of the Common 1101 Council CouncilHe Counci CouncilHe
of the Real RealKBtnto RealFstato I
He was wa one of the oriranlzers orlnnl7prM tlP ftal ftalIttto
KBtnto Trust Company and the Market Marllt Street StreetNotional StreetNational I Iltonlll
Ittto Notional Hank a director of the lhl Insurance InsuranceCompany InsurnncCompan lnucmnitcoCompanOf
CompanOf Company ltonlll of Ink North America an and d ot the thl Wratlfrn WratlfrnSew WIJIHn WIJIHnSw estmn estmnNew
Sew York and Pennsylvania PlnnHInlla jtallroad llalrond Ho Howas 10 howas
oreanizlni of th Coast Coastwise Coastwio oa l ¬
was nl nlo o active In tho organlzl11 II <
101 wise 1 Transportation fompany ompI the Fidelity FidelityTrust Fldeltr FldeltrTrult FidelItyTrust
Trust Company of Plttsburir PJI brlf the lldellty Ibdeiltyand lldelltyand Fldelt Fldeltnnd
and Trust Trult Company of Xewnrk SItnrk nnd oth other olhArOnnncial otherflnancial r rInnnclal
Innnclal institutions Inltltutlons lomlan He le leaves a I widow widowmd widowand widowand
and three children childrenMrs chlldrn chlldrnMrll childrenMrs
Mrs Anna Hnich widow of Jacob Jncb Hnsrh Hnsrhi lah lahR
IIcb mill ownor In Paisalo N J Jivas Jwas Jwas
R i prominent promlntlt 11 oWer II
was found dead In bed be yesterday tlrdl morn mornnit momInl morning
ing nit In the home of her daughter dnulhttr Mrs lrs Cieorwo CieorwoKeder ntOrlO ntOrlOJoPlf eorge eorgeloden
Inl Keder In that city Mrs Mrl Uaschn death deAh was wasaunRtl wasaiuswi Ia IacUu
cUu JoPlf aiuswi aunRtl by b ran 1M 111 asphyxiation nRlhndltlon It Is II thoucht thouchthat thoulht thoulhtthat thouhitthat
that Mrs Busch got up rp for or something cliirini cliirinihe durlnl durtiucthe
the he night Mr laRch and neglected nellpced Iol to turn 11m the I hp gas as off offntlreiy or offritlreiy
ntlreiy ntlnI heforti Bittins Into bed nerdn ORIIII Mrshiasvh Mrs Mrslunch II
hrol 1tllnl
when her hnsbaml hnsbamlparted huhandtlMI himushanelutuiried
lunch went to tint tllt cilty fit whll
lasch parted th the ViUKalo Woollen oolkit Company COIan on n nmiall I itcncail
lIJlall Woolen
miall tlMI scale euile fortyyears forty years eRr ago Thn rI h mill mi hiss hnsrrown hisscrown
HCllo for
slal crown from u small Imul plant phtt to one of thH th lar 1ucmgt 1ucmgtf e t tif
Iron fron Three sons and a alauKht adaulht aaughter
of if f UH H kind kid In the thfluntl country
daulht lauKht aughter r survive Jim 1 llaseh llasehNicholas JMCI JMCISichola itasehiNlchiolami
Nicholas Mulhall ulhal for over thirtyono thirt onf years yearsnnltor yearslanlior rIS rISIanlor
nnltor of primary school It I and un icrimiiinr graintearchtool icrimiiinrchool IrHllllr IrHllllrschool
Ianlor school 44 4 plnnn a tiny were W N formerly rorllrl known knownlied hutoatilied moll
lied on Sunday unda nt his hil residence rIRlrlne 31 1 estrr estrrireet cstr7treet Itr ItrItrt
ireet Mr Ir Mulhnll clinic to this thl country Olntrr In InS4n Inl ini449
Itrt l S4n He Joined MulhRI the th Mio Volunteer ohllfr Fire Depart Departnrnt nIUrt nIUrtl I1puirtneat
fl I Jolnr of Alert AlrtIOM Alerthole
neat nt and was assistant n lftlnt foreman fonlan Io IoH08
H08 l hole 41 4 in fl Krawlck street Itrert He le was Wn
until recent ncPlt years ars active uictt Idl In Pcmocrntl Pcmocrntlpolitic PemocratiI nlmocrnto nlmocrntopnlii
politic 1111 pnlii I 141 It ks One OlO of Ills lls I Is M coins > ns Is I the tI I lie lien Hp P t tMiilhnll J 1 1lluIlhiuitI
Miilhnll of thn th lpiletnptorlt rathurs Fllhr Ind Inda cone coneii < > m mti
ti 111111 daughter 1111hlr Ii In tin Ii iii Notre fln itmtm Damn la order H Hwas le lewa Ituis
was wa uis 71 yiirs ui IS cif Ir tK cli > and IId U survived sunhed by bywidow b byiviol 0 0wicow
widow wicow iviol a a tliriu ihr t sons and Ild three Ihnl t iuru cliiuclitiis cliiuclitiisIoniicr drllha tluitt clot ra raloruiir
Ioniicr nnurcssman Joimthau J onlt > nitiIIti hll Spencp SpencpXYlllistlhil HI Stu InCfr InCfrWllblld encelvt
nllr HI
XYlllistlhil Wllblld vt IiIi ihii ycsterdayat Istrdlrrt ut his I home hO nonrMIIford nonrMIIfordDel near Milforol MilforolIi lrordl
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cancer lpr 1 ol tin Ih stomach Ilolapl ll lt ihc was as born l > orn n nOxford lt ltOxrord gel gelOfonii
Oxford Tal Tallin 11 county dutulit UItr y Md i2it Jl in IHSII Jl JlHt lt ill
Ht his raily al ll h ly life on the Ih hoinislend hlll farm liTnlhot li In iilaihiomt
iiI Ir
Tnlhot 11 hii county roln uint Ihl was la educated it in the dm dmtrlii cl cltld dliI
rut tld I schools holis anil ald by I prlvntn plllln tutors Illors In 1S 1She i8l i8lhue 11 11I >
he I entered 1111rld ctui in I flic I he ministry mut lnlsll ri 1st gy of r the th t hi Methodist 31 lllhodl1 ci hod let Epls Eplscopal Epl Epllp1 EpIsicii
copal lp1 icii Church barth but retired mit Ire In ISMl 1 and IIt enencei enenceiin lIJnll1 lIJnll1II cigaci cigaciIII
in rinnliiL Ii 1 was tin Itepuhlican nomlnei nomlneifor nomlnlernr notninetfor
II I 1 tll Jlllhlcal
for flrllll lilacs I ntiivi nit I I V in I a mures an I c rcIIII rss In I mu ism I MI 11 I and 1111a8 1111a8Ir wn wnelected i iil
elected il Ir t i ii He I I e WHS 11 married IUrrl1 ruin rrtt three llr l I ire times III I I hidS and andSidliV i iwidow a awlln
widow wlln mil nltlo tao children lldr survive 11ln him himleorire himpnrl httnifore
leorire pnrl n l 4 coliMiinn lclnl11 I4liluifl of MiIs t t Colemnn Colemnnjewellers Colemonjwllr olegnnnvhuo
jewellers who died nt II Ills lionni hI at lt 2 East KasSixtyfirst Inpt InptIXlrOrAI Eaststit
Sixtyfirst stit jwllr ytlrst street at List 1ls TmHlnv TII I hart I net been iil ii In Inslnls insiltoss I
l slnoss slnls in 11 this thl city cit cits for thirtythree 11lrtrllre yearn yearnllo ears earHI earslii
llo lui5 aa u ii at his h1 dentil lltl In IhOn 1 60 ho hoI hi hiIon hI
Ion 111 I I I II I p Id P1 IS the n firm Orl fi ma with Ilh a I t hi his iinthnr 1ntt tm ru e Mrs Irs h ra MMTJ MMTJA iIuc Ilrr ry ryr
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ynr y 011 ncr 11 I July Jlf 1 lily The slon to VUK 1 e In Grand Oramsir Grandt
SI sir t I d t fN r r twiiityllvi t 111 ycirs r Kitlit TILlt years ice nistt l10 l10I icet
t In h I business blslne btisine i w 1 is inovol IUO to 172 fn Mmllsoimvenue MmllsoimvenuewliiM ladIon avenue avenueuuicit nue nuewhl
wliiM whl it I is i at lt priSLMit rsoIL Mr I ht CtlinriM CdIm was wn ns i iinemliir I a alilitfl
inemliir 11111 lilitfl hur of many imiut ity club and associations associntlonsTwo nssoclatol1s nssoclatol1sTwo
Two sisters Miss 111 11 Julia Jula Culeman Col Un and Mrs lr8 MJfiilly M MUllclllr 1 1I
I Ullclllr survive him himCharles himI him himCharles
Charles Chnlll Uiipep lllakn flak 1 r the composer o oloekiiBv of oflockalh oh ohltOekIiiii4
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111 popnlur sonts 11 uii C and Instriinientnl IItrlllltnl pieces 1118 dleion dlei oticooil lpI lpIon
on Mon tl IOldl n iui lav OII v at his Iii nnt 4 home hOII in Ilrooldine Ironll Ii rcuoki ll it Mass Massn iIassmuceit la R R11d
n 11d muceit ed J7 7 When WII very Pl youni OIUl ho hncan hf all the therotiipo theropolilI theecomIc
rotiipo ropolilI comIc Po ition it ii of r siu sonis nllollln c and un I Int instrumental ru tntut at music musicwhUh IHHlc IHHlcwhlh mnmilIcuvhitoh
the Ih taste tnt Somt Somtof Somor Sotuof
whUh ItMiintlv i 1 imitl I hit popular pUlular
of his I i I is 1lt earlv a ri v i iouiulcmit nmimsUlnns hem a am 11 icr still t ill l popular popularLast popularInst popularI
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It I I rnpidlv rl iivl levclnjied npiuh into lilt a heart tiii ml diwiisp tlnsl d whlclmused which whichhi whichruumicici
mused his hi diath ralh He II leaves aI besides his nor norllallle Bn BnInl sonlhiilht
llallle Inl a willow wido and 11r au 11 Infant son sonEdward ROi sotEuiurard
Edward Edllarl tlllcos Vllkn Kathbilti exMayor x Iyor o onesronto or orJronlo ofIoront
nesronto 0 Olt Int 11 11 I a 1 wealthy wrltll weulil Illhhlln iii lumt Inmherlt I ti tum terttuen > innin ntil ntilpreslilftit nll nllrI11 nnlof
preslilftit Jronlo rI11 of tlie I tui Uatlibun Illlhun Cnmpany oman onupany Limited Limiteddied 1lmltldtllt ljnilteniii
died tllt ii It I at lt ut t PesTonto Dpsrltn lIes mom II I n 011 lilt lie II I I was Wil born at Au Auburn Aulaura
burn X Y In ists ISI and nf wns Wili the tlltIIfst eldest son on o oIhn of ciI
111 1 Ihn h him late Iltp Unco lul hi uuit II I llathtiiin lat Riot lihuuui un the I h hi founder rOIIler of olDeseronto ofHlrontl ofliiseromito
Deseronto Hlrontl lie was M educated in this fit fitnnd ciy city citycmii
nnd 111 received thj bin huslnesn training here hlr in inthn InI
thn I ill lions hOI of Storm Lorl Smith rih V Co 0 hast nst Indln IndlninereliimtM Indll lndicuiereliints
11 inereliimtM IlprehlnlH In II ism he took charge 0110 of his hiefathers hisIltlHr hisfuit
fathers IltlHr fuit iiurs entertirlses nllrJrl Iut eruirbes In II I mu Ontario OntarioMrs OntarioIr i I a rIo rIoi
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s died nt her Ilr home homf ssi Decraw DIrw street streetIlroohlvn strtlt strtltIroolI1 streeth3rcollvn
Ilroohlvn lNI yesterday She Sh wns born hor In 11 Itrook ItrookIvn UrookIl lirooklvii
Ivn IroolI1 in years uxo io 0 She 4th h Is II survived IIlnhc1 by bytwo h htll byt
two Il tll t wo daiiffhters flnl iii 1 rI IIr it re Her lr I I r husband hlllul11 Iii isbitnol was senior senioriflleer senioroflhuor nlor nlorompr
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Servl when wll II ho hI Iii died cI1 on Oft is Ion Ho Howns 10 10w itsnis
wns w nitaeliod Itar1 to II to thn I hum steamer trnlr Hcir when she shesailed shenlu sheuhlcd
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Mrs lr Jennie 11 trmitii A V FrnnclR Irand wife of Edwardlmanci Edward EdwardW Frlword FrlwordW
W Krancis Jrl of Ir t tis lS North orh Wilnut Wllnllt Street Rtrt East KnstIranire EastC nst nstran
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Illness 11 of over Or six el Ix months mOlth She HiI is I survived survivedby RunI1
111 h by h hr r husband hlsh till qti ii I two tlO t wo daughters dauihlrR d an hut ens mid Ind a Bon BonMrs sonMrs on onrs
Mrs rs Fnincls Frl1d was WIA a I dauehter dnllhtpr of him late hit V Vlloffm 1 I IilolYm
lloffm in em v s in 11 tIer Ilurvh Ilr1h of Ir Neiv IW York nnd anr wn was wasU
a lofm 11 descendant I II t cf of a family rlml ftc ni II v which ei 4 ichi flcured tllrrcl ii In Innearly tnIPnrl totucarly
nearly every war Wil in which this thl country him himencaged hl8 hl8nlllld hn hnin
encaged encagedDr in nlllld ciged cigedDr
Dr r A H Cmnl nine n prominent veterinarian veterinarianof
of Westehenter WIlcltlr iest chest I en county enitmu I y droppe drolIl1 ci < l dad while whileit w hiI hi Ic Icat
it table yesterday mornlic mnrn with friends at atIhe ntthe atthe
the 1iirk Hotol lulel Irclr In Port Chester ChlRIr Dr Crano Cranoivus CranoIS CraneuIda
ivus IS Prc Mi years nr old nll and nd was n Hrnduntwl Iradut1 from fromIhe fromth trainthe
th the Ontario Veterinary etenimiar College Co I ell He lp wnn n nivell avrll
ivell known horseman hOIAI1 uosnmtiato and Inl waR the chief eblefretrrlnnrlnn rhllrtlrlnnrlnn chiefvctenilinniuin
wll retrrlnnrlnn tlrlnnrlnn at the Ih Westchestcr Wfstc1ster County ounhlorso ounhlorsoHhol horsethuow Horse HorseShow
Hhol Show for fevernl HIcrnl years yearsTe2phone Iars
1 1Telephone
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for ths th Winter months monthsgoes monthsjoas monthsgoes
goes joas to press pres Nov 28thTo 28th 28thTo 28thTo
To secure listingscontracts listings l IItbgscontracts tgl tglcontract
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prior to that Ilal dato datoNEW datoNEW dateNEW
10 1 I S Dey DI Stroot Strot
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Pianola Recital RecitalAEOLIAN RecitalAEOLAN RecitalA
TODAY AT 300 30 P M MNo MINo Mtu I
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NICOLA THOMAS Violinist ViolinistMR Violnist
MR CH C PARKYN at the Organ and Pjanola PjanolaPROGRAM pianot pianotPROGRAM 1
Oberon Ovfrturc Olerlure Wcbtr WcbtrAEOLIAN Webe ihii
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mmls mmlsCAcCompnlcd
Accompanied with wih the Pianola Pianolaa q j jtel
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I XICOIA THOMAS und CM Il C C IAIIKYN IAIIKYNdUinarorli 1T 1ihKNelIounarorte
dUinarorli ICO Iolororlc fI011AS hart Irl pliyrd IIrd wjth wih dItti the ho Ilanolal IlanolalTHI 1lanola1wlan I
THI winiit wlan I PIANO It O rsin rsiniHESE lSIWTHESE ttriT
iHESE recitals while whie given for the purpose of demonstrat demonstrating demenstrlt demenstrltIng ¬
THESE T ing the fecials artistic possibilities rlven of the Pianola and the Aeolian AeolianPipe Aeolan AeolanPipe h hPipe
Pipe Organ will wIl posslblties be found exceeding exceedln ly interesting from froman froman rroman
an educational point of view Any Anyon one e who has not as yet found foundthe foundthe j jthe
the opportunity to visit visi Aeolian Aolan Hall Hal on these occasions wi will be beamply beamply 1 1amply
amply repaid by attending atending this recital recitalAEOLIAN recitalAEOLAN i iAEOLIAN
Gold Medal MedalAt nall nallUnl
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quality qualty the th absolute Purity Purityof Puriy Puriyof
of Lowneys Breakfast BreakfastCocoa BreakfastCooa E3reik fast fastCocoa
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all al others othersNo others othersNo
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no noadulterailon adulertion jdulttration with HourMarch HourMarchor flo r tarch tarchor
or ground JrunJ cocoa slielli shell nothing nothingbut nlthin nlthinbut nothingbut
but the nutritive and digestible digestibleproduct di digestibleproduct estlble estlbleploduct
product of the choicest choiest Cocoa CocoaLcans rJC0 ocoa ocoaLca
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nnsUd schooner hound out I born 101 down on onmr onhr onboor
la8td hr mr The lhe vessels sl came CIIC KO o clo c10l1 close i to each eachitliHr pnh pnhother racicother
other that tho cutter was forced to oi cet > t off offlur ol offIcon
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all al the world that can canequni equal that thatcov thatcovercd cov covered coverel ¬
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NorthWestern NorthWester RailwayThe Railway Ralwa RalwaThe RolhwsyTine
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