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VOL rOILXXINO mi LXXJNO NO 110 NEW YORK SATURDAY DECEMBER 19 1 9 1903 1903cc i9O3corvr1oh Copyright llrighl 1003 bv W The S Sun n Printing and Publishing AuociaKen PRICE l > TWO CENTS
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tlliiii 1II I fJ > CHIEF 1111 OF COXSPIRAC COXSPIRACURED OIl1t1Unf fi fiIJ
URED Unf IJ RE1 TO WASHIXGTOX WASHIXGTOXHr
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UIf Hr t John A neiison a Millionaire l Iand IandiPfculator Lucipecutator m mSpeculator
Speculator of Man Francisco FrnetftoGoy FrnetftoGoyernfllent ranel roGo roGornnlrnt Gov Govrrnnient
rrnnient Louses More Than IIMMHM IIMMHMAcres 100000IU IOO OOt OOtrrti
Acres IU rrti Worth orlI Million llIIlontDenlon Benson lla llallrcn II IIlPNI IIaiIleen
llrcn Accused of Ilrlbery Before fletoreVA8lilNOTO BeforeWASHINGTON DlforeI
WASHINGTON I ASItIXOTOX Deo 18 ISJohn John A Benson Bensonmlllionniro Bensonmililonniro enfon enfona
a mlllionniro land speculator and senlomember senlo Ienlormember entomember
member of the real estate firm of Benson BensoiA BensorHyde
A t Hyde of San Francisco tranc sco was nrrestet nrrestethero arrelltedhero nrrestedhero
hero to today day by Secret Service Srvice Agent Burns Burnsrharged BurnsIhargl1 Burnsiharged
rharged Ihargl1 by the Interior Department DeplLrtrent will willl witheing lh lhlill I
l lill eing iiiK the head and front of the great grat lam lamfraud lanelfrlud handraud I
fraud frlud conspiracy which grew grtw up under undeitin underIh tiiulertIi I
tin Forest Iorest Heservo Reervo Lieu act Ict and which whiclha whichha whiheliha4
ha4 ha cost t tho Government overnmelit over 100000 100 ncrei ncreiof lort1 lort1ff auredf
of ff df Kind and euveral oerl millions mllolL of dollars dollarsHeiiHon dolar dohlarb3euon
HeiiHon Ben ol WIIR VdD taken l efore hefort > United Puled Stutti StuttiCommissioner HtJtt 4tat 4tatl4dIrnissloxser I It1llnissloler
Commissioner t1llnissloler Alison 1101 S Taylor and latei lateii Intll IntllI Iattielsaeed
i erased elPled on 15000 0 000 bail bal furnished jurullhld by the thtAmerican therlrlcan th thtrntrkan
American rlrlcan Bonding Bllng Company of 01 o Baltimore BaltimoreThe Balimore BalimoreThe Bultirnoierh
The rh specific charge which Benson
lpclfo on Belson wat watarrested Wil WilMlre wnrested
Mlre arrested rested ted wad Wa wa thnt on March 15 l 1903 lie liepaid hopaid liepaid
paid 8500 S5 iOO to Woodford D Harlan formerly formerlyChief fonnerlyChlel fornwrlyChief
Chief Chlel of the Special Splll Service Srvice Division of the theGeneral theGeneral theGeneral
General Land Office Ofc and ald now a clerk itthat it II liithat
that bureau for revealing reeulng to him the prog progress progrtss progtess
ress of the investigation Investgaton into tho land hUd fraud fraudundertaken trauIIundertaken frautIundertaken
undertaken by tho Interior Departmunt DepartmuntUp
Up lp to a late hour tonight Harlan Haran had not notbeen notheen notbeen
been arrested arrestedSecretary arrfted arrftedSelrtar arrestedSecretary
Secretary Selrtar Hitchcock Hichcok and other high highoftieeis highollcls hIghoflicers
oftieeis ollcls of the Interior Department DEprtnlnt have haveknown haveknon haveknown
known for some lome time tie of Bensons Benons part In Ini InIhe Inthe
i the ha scandals scandal and sufficient sufcent evldenco existed existedsome existedome existedsome
some time tie ago on which to arrest arle arre t him himBut himBut himBut
But Secretary Sertry Hitchcock Hichcok desired to catch catchBenson catchReMon catchBenson
red handed and devised devisedtrap devisedtrap
Benson r a cleverly oierly devlled devlledIrap
trap was wa set for him hll Ho le was lured to toWashington toWashinton toWsshington
Washington Washinton by decoy deoy letters leter and arrived arrivedhere IUThedher arrivedhere
here her last Ilt Monday MondlY registering at the New NewWillard NewWillard ew ewWiard
Willard Wiard Hotel HotelThe HotelTe HotelThe
The Te letters leter were of such a character that thatBenson thatRpnfn thatBenson
Benson Rpnfn came cme to Washington Wahington prepared prpred to tobribe tohrlb tobribe
bribe hrlb a number nUmor of officers ofon of tho General GeneralLand Oelerl OelerlLnd OeneralLand
Land Lnd Office Ofc in order orer to oecuro iecur immunity immunityfrom Immuniy Immuniyfrom immunityfrom
from prosecution prosution The men Bencou Beion Ije Ijellevpd belev heLieved
llevpd lev to be b employees emploYl1 of the tll Interior InteriorDepartment IntoriorDepartm4nt InteriorDepartment
Department were werl in reality Iealty Secret SecretService SeoretService
Service rlc aent agents alnt and an he foil foi into the trap trapAccording trapA trapAccording I
According A ordlng to t Assistant Aistnt Attorney ttrnoy Pqgln PqglnBenson PKlnReMn PiginBenson
Benson ReMn haa ha ha been ben guilty gui of bribery since sincehe sincehe I
he arrived ae in Washington Wahingtn although know knowing kl1 knowing ¬ I IIng
ing that evidence e ldenc of offences olenc of the same samecharacter laml samecharacter
character charact4r was WI in the hands of the thl Interior InteriorDepartment Interol InterolDeprtment InteriorDepartment I
Department Deprtment When Secretary Setr Hitchcock Hitchcockwas Htchcok Htchcok8S
was 8S informed Intorme of Bensons Bnons last offence olenc he herequested herfiet herMUeeted
requested rfiet Chief Wilkle Wikie of the Secret Secrt Ser Service Servic Serv1c ¬
vice vic v1c to t procure pror pro ure the mans immediate Immeiat ar arrwt arItt arieti
rwt rwtWhen Itt
IttWhe When Whe bn arraigned arige before btore Commissioner CommissionerTaylor CommieslonerTayl CommissionerTayh
Taylor Tayl r Benson Bnsn pleaded plede not guilty guu7 As AsDistant Ashstnt V i i1nttoreys
Distant 1nttoreys Attorneys Pugh and Pagin made a artrojig aIr astrofl
rtrojig Ir strofl 1 argument rment that tht ball bi be b fixed fxe at 110000 110000Conunieeioner 1100 310000Commissioner
Commissioner Comeloer Taylor fixed fe bail bai at 5000 5000anMt 0 ooo oooandMt i
anMt t n I0o90aa D3ath D3Oastheda W the date t te Y for fQr the te prellml prellml6n prehimiY prehimicftoD rlm
tw Le I f tI 1 ojna
o t t i t m mcf
cf cftoD = t tn 6n 0 A IB1ct Bjrd BydstosoweAdvanoeinfor BydstosoweAdvanoeinforrnatot to secure r advance vlclnfor vlclnformtOfrm Infor Information ¬
mation mtOfrm from corrupted employ of of the theOentraULahAOfBoB thr thsas
OentraULahAOfBoB OeD rLdOmO crpe as a to t ttieplanij tu p1an of the theDepartment theDrtiwlUrMlar thetiepartineitwSthr
Department DrtiwlUrMlar tiepartineitwSthr withMUMil gar4 to th tbf extension eteMlon of offorest ottorM offorest
forest torM reserves rVI iveL The TI firm fn would wnule then thenpurchaaeltnmenBMracts theiitrat I
I
purchaaeltnmenBMracts jJrchai ime lr trat t oT land which were wereafterward WEr wereafterward
afterward ter byorder of the Secretary Sretar of the theTnteriori thl tli tliInterior
Interior tntpror included IDlurP in forest forPt reserve reserveThen rlr rlrThen reserveThen
Then Benson HJlon A Hyde would ould oxchiinge oxchiingetheir ° xchungl zchriiigetheir
their thpl forest toret reserve Ife land for land outside outdeloofthe outsideof out lde I Io
of o ofthe the reserve r efI infinitely Infnltel more desirable relrable and andometlmes aidriptjmes I Imptme
ometlmes mptme ten tt1 times thl more 101e valuable aluablp it iti I I II
i Mid lld that by the operation oprtlul of thin th scheme nchetnothe Rchel0 Rchel0thn schemetime
the firm tn wan Wt enabled enablfl to conduct fraudulent fraudulentopfTHtlon traurllpnt traurllpntrprHtion traurlulentrprnttn
opfTHtlon In 1 practlonlly protlolly every pry one onl of the theStates thetRI theSttc
States tRI J affected Itpct c lo any appreciable Ipprceahlc degree degrcnby cpgrC
by the thl Forest Reserve fffre Lieu act actThis actfhis
This rd is not tIme tl11 first time Benson BCIon has hasl hasIrn I IIn
l Irn vn in trouble trolbl with ih the tl Government GOWnmrnf In InISM II Ints
ISM I ts during eurlng the first lt Cleveland CItlnnd Adminis Administration AdmluirRtlon Adminisiretlon ¬
tration Benson who then resident residentof
IcnFon was wn a a rflldent rflldentof
of S Sti u I Froncjwro Francl > o was arrested arrl8tP for fraud fraudin I IIn
in rnnnoction Innlctlol with will the surveying of public publiclands publc publiciatIp I Ile1
lands le1 in California alfuni and other olhpr Western WesternThe Wcter VesterimiRt
> iRt Rt The Thl ri specific pcclc charge cha go against him himus I
us B IMIW t W was wa < thn bribery of public plblcomcall officials officialsHis ott1cialtrial
His H trial win va l held hel In San Francisco Francsco in inlie inthe inIu
the lie Iu eiiMiiinK rl1lllnl year r and Ald ho hI hm won wal arqiiitted arqiiittedhut alfll ted tedhut
hut was RI later lallr arrested on another alother charge chargeYhllo chrrgo chrrgoWhll chargeWhik
Yhllo Whll out Olt tinder Ijall bal nwnitiiif aWlltll trial for thin thinp thiRoml thisecorid
p ecorid < v oml > ml offence he hI jumped jlmpd Iiix hi ball hRI and andwent andInt andeent
went Int abroad Ahrod and resided rMldrd in II Copenhagen Copenhagenfor CopnhRgen CopnhRgenfnr
for a i i number num r of years ra He f returned rftre to lothe toIhl toIhe
the Ihl tnited Tnlpr States Atale and to his hi old home homenn homl homlnn homeFrancisco
nn Francisco Frnnc lo nboW abot eight rlghl years pirl ago and andapaln ald aldalsln andagain
again alsln went into Intl the I ho real Iel fwtato f lato business businessf bunlnrMflncp businessSinee
f flncp Sinee ihc then ten the thl firm frm of Benson non c k < v hyde Hydohon ldo ldohR hydehss
hon hR dealt deal almost exclusively In tht thl munipu munipulillon manipl manipu1atlon
lillon lon of f lands l td under Inhr the Fon Forest Of > pt t Reservelien Reserve Reservetiieuact RsPro RsProIeu
tiieuact lien Ieu at and AII it I was through thruJh tripknowledge tripknowledgeef theklowlegp I
ef rf Bentonx Jon B flonmi o1 former unsavory unIor record and andthe Ilr aimdmime
the hr nature lilturo of his present presCnl buslncss IJlne that thatattention that thatattention
attention Intlon was SS first trlt attracted trcte to him in con connection connp conesetion ¬
nection np tion with wih the thl present prFent land lnd frauds fraudsMARRIFI fraudRnFD fraudsI14Rflhjfl
MARRIFI RnFD > I IN A 4 PUBLIC ROD HOAIMinister RODfniseil 1041Mlnlftel
Minister fniseil Hay a or fjettlnc rtn Around a Faulty FaultyMarrlacr Faul FanityMarrlirc
Marrlacr Iarlasr Llcenne LlcenneMARLBpno Irenlp IrenlpIAILB kicensefAPmLso
MARLBpno IAILB fAPmLso l Md Dec 18 18Miss Miss l s Bessie BessieFstelljfndgctt Jsle JsleFstrl lksaieFsteblm
Fstelljfndgctt Fstrl Fsteblm Padgett ndgrt daughter dlughter of Mr and Mrs Mrsf
f C L I Padgett PldgeU of Roscoroft Roscroft Prince Princ Georgo Georgocounty Gtrgo Gtrgocunty Ucorgocounty
county cunty arid Gordon Goron B Darling of Washing Washington Wlrhlng Wlrhlngton ashlngton ¬
ton were ere married marrll In themiddloof themlddloofthepubllo themlddloofthepubllohhhaf of the public publichighway publichihway
highway late Wednesday Wldncfn afternoon afternoonDarling Rtnrnon RtnrnonDalh1g afternoonDarling
Darling Dalh1g got a marriage license lcnlo at tho thoCity thoI theby
City I by Hall in Washington Walhlngton instead Instfd of from fromthe fromthp fromthe
the clerk elrks office OmC in Marlboro In the county countyIn countyI
cfr
In I which hin tho ceremony Cfrelonr was 01 to ho performedThe performed pertormldTht
The guest jtlCtf had hle assembled and the young youngpeople youngpeopts oungfpll
people fpll were 1rl about to step under undEr the floral floralMl foral floralbhh
Ml 1 yhen hfn hen the minister examined e amlld the license licensearid lcno lcnonr licenseand
arid nr said Mirl it gave no authority Iuthorly for a marriage marriagein marrlge marrlgein
in Maryland MarylandUnder MarylandUnder 1 rland rlandlnderthl
Under lnderthl the circumstances however ho hooffered horrrf herifered
offered rrrf to drive dr o to tho District Distrit line 11 five fivemiles te temi fIvemiles
miles mi away Aa and Ind perform tho ceremonyHis ceremony ceremonyHis rfrlmon rfrlmonHII
His offer was wal accepted n ptM In view Ipw of the thefart thorACt thetact
fart rACt however that t the day was Wn bitterly bitterlycold biterly biterlyId bitterlycold
cold Id the minister performed perfonf the first tnt part partof pat patf partof
of f the Nremom ceremony In the house houseThe houl hotisoThe
The Tht party plrty then then entered entred carriages orrlagllnd and were werodriven wprorrhpn weredriven
driven rrhpn lo the District Dlftrlct line lne where wher tho bride brideand bridenr brideand
and nr bridegroom hrirpgrom alighted Rlghted and joined joine hands handswhile hand8hiI handshlls
while hiI hlls another part prt of the th ceremony cremon was wasteAd 1a 1aAd wasrAd
teAd Ad and atd the I will wi and I do were werepoken werepoketi rre rreopoktn
poken opoktnThe pokenThe poketiThe
The party then was WI driven rapidly back backo
0 Robecroft J prty flrt for tte this He concluding cnluding part of ofthe othe ofthe
the ceremony ceremonylt ceremoflyteweys reor reorleny
lt leny teweys w r Wise Are Pare PmrcW Pareeeal are arefral
> W fral < I 8M 10rld aorted < w d eases ruf for Holiday A t very verynviCUUtMr teryeplh5 rr
nviCUUtMr epllbl rffnl f T9 < ili OCUU Send IW ror o it dr decnttlt5 W cnll 1 1 K Ki prCf pilce pilcel
i < t I tKwfvV tcw Dcmee IS I KUIlon UlloO St New e ew York orl Ork Clt CltIMrrfnot CI tIty tItyIIrtot >
IMrrfnot Farm Snunacr SnunacrIbtrt iieuaceI UC UCI
Ibtrt I bre is < nolhlng more mo appdlilftx and andir ld drlqhUul drlqhUulJ dmllhtful dmllhtfulrm
rm ir J I 0r d eCatalgu a winter 11Irr nothlnl Mrakfajl hrakrAI appcllnt f I H I pound pouln paCkage puckate0r IUlckarraAI
Catalgu aAI ru ut o ci I maenlnrcm mArnl n DOOM 10nl gratis rat for forPreifnt lorPreR forPclia
Pclia h 1 Iv Preifnt Coll Al sf1 AIII 5iiI l rtamlnf umn Oturfe OturfeFi Icurr ueureIv
Fi
t nOMA JOIA SAVED DR MLEOt MLEOtMl MLEOlJMisc
Ml Misc 1 Allen Alell Tore ln i Her In IVltllcoat ltUleoat t tNtoi to totop Itep
Ntoi top > Flow Flo of Blood ood From Frol Wound WoundPiiriAUKLniiA WClnd VocmntIsPIrmvaLanmA
PiiriAUKLniiA Pln LIIA Df Dc Dec c 18 18Whn When DrGeorg DrGeorgInglo Dr00orglngho
Inglo McLeod Mouod lime lie young Spanish Hllanl1 war mir mirgeon curgeon
geon and anliHoclety society man fell fel under the trni trniat tmln tmlnat trniiat
at Ardmoru Ardmor on 01 Wednesday Wedne ay night nightbeautiful I 1 1beautiful
beautiful beautful young woman richly gownecrushed gowned gowned gownedrushed
rushed rebed to hl hil his aid before any Iny one else ole 8h 8hdragged Bhe Bhedrggll Sbdragged
dragged drggll him to the te platform unaided unaidedand unaide unaidedand
and tried tlle to stanch Itanch the flow 10Y of blood blo foe frorhis tlom tlomoi foehis
oi his wounds with her petticoat petticoatWhen pettcoat petticoatWhen
When Dr McLeod McLo was as put on the tral traland train trainand traimand
and token taen to the Pennsylvania Pennyhanl Hospital Ho pltal 1 1this In Inthi ii iithis
this thi city ciy where wher lib hi feet let were amputated amputatedshe amputted amputtedehe amputatedshe
she disappeared duappr Since stnt then efforts lortl have havbeen havlbeen
been bn made mae by all 11 concerned conc > red to keep he heidentity hr hrIdenty heidentity
identity Identy secret foret but It Is II learned lear that nho I 1Miss IMl
Miss Ml IIs Nancy Allen Alen of Ardmore Armor Pa a daughte daughteof
of the Hev Re Dr George Pomeroy Allen Allenrector AIEn AIEnotor Allenmotor
rector otor of St Marys lry Episcopal Ep1opll Church ChurchShe Churchthe ChurchShe
She the and Dr MelJeod eot have Ixnn 1KIn friend frlendisince friendKlno frienmdsince
since Klno childhood childhoodMl chidhod childhoodMica
Ml Mica 111 Allen Alen and Dr McLeod McLtt had ben beeidining bendining beetLining
dining with friends at Stratford Strturd further furtheout furtheruut fiirtlwiout
out on the main line lne and the tii physician phy lclan wataking wa wal waltaking
taking the young woman to her home a aArdmore at atArdmore aArdmore
Ardmore before going to the dance given tMiss t tMiss to tollls
Miss llls Sinnickson when tho accident aocdent oo oocurred 00curr oocurred
curred curredDr curredDr
curr
Dr McLeod McLod with 111 Miss J1 Allen Alen left lef the trail trailwhich tain tainhch trainwhich
which hch reached Ardmore at 102ft 10 and theihe then thenhe timerhe
he hastened h8tene to jump aboard to come to tin tincity thoot tincity
ot city Thl Tlit train was In motion moton and thi thiphysicInn thephysic thipimysicimmn
physicInn physic Inn fell fll under the whirls whirlsMany whllslalY wimeelsMany
Many lalY of Dr McLeodB loLd friends saw IW him hinfall himfal hirrfall
fall fal under ulder the cars er and were aghast aghast The Thewere They Theywere The3were
were too horrified horrifed to act act Miss MIt Allen Alen wa wathe wai waithe
the first trlt to reach him She seized ald hinunder him himundlr binunder
under undlr the armpits armpll and dragged draggEd him to the thistation thestaton thstation
station staton platform platformDisregarding platformDsrgrding plattorniDisregarding
Disregarding Dsrgrding the fact thai tlal she was WI in inevening InHenlng inevening
evening dress drM she loosened loosne tho heavy heavywhite hoy hoyhle heavywhite
white hle opera opra cloak cOk about her throat throt am amknelt Ind Indknelt and andkneit
knelt on the platform plttorm over the prostrate prostraUphysician prostratejiiiystclami prostrte prostrtehslcll
physician physicianBy hslcll
By B this thl time the other persons I roons who MI MIDr IIW IIWDI iw iwDr
Dr McLeod MeLeocifall lcLo fall tal under the wheel whel had hudrushed hadrushe hadrushed
rushed rushe to his aid aidMiss Ild IldMIl aidMiss
Miss MIl Allen len ripped her petticoat pel Icoat and made madebandages madebndages madbandages
bandages bndages for the doctors dotorl broken legs legsHer le legsHer s sHer
Her clothing wan Wa dyed dye in the blood bloo that thatflowed thattowed thatflowed
towed flowed over tho platform plton but she labored laboreddiligently laboreddigently laboreddiligently
diligently digently over MoLeod loLo until unti medical mlleal aid aidarrived aidarrle aidarrived
arrived arrivedWhen arrivedWhen
arrle
When the doctor dfor was WI put on 01 the train trainthat Imlnthat traintimat
that brought him to the city cty Miss Allen Allenwas Alen Alienwas
was taken tken to her home where wher she he collapsed collapsedand colapl
and has been bn under modlcal medicl attendance attendancesince atondanc attendancesince I
since sinceFIRE IIlno IIlnofIRI sinceFRI
FIRE ix 1 XEGRO ono COLLEGE COLLEGEM roiEGMan
M Man Ian > n > Cilrlt Grls Klllrrt lilrd and ml InJurllx InjuredNix Injured Six or orSeven or8een orSecn
Seven Oodles Dolt Taken Tkrn Out OutNASHVILLE OutA8HvLLP OutNABHVflAE
NASHVILLE A8HvLLP Tenn Doc Df IB 18tlrA Firo was wasdiscovered Wa Wadbcoere WMdiscovered
discovered dbcoere tonight in the fourth story ItOr of ofWnlden ofSaIden
Walden University Univer lty one of tho largest larget col colored coiore colored ¬
ored ore institutions Insttution In II the thl South and before beforethe befor beforethe i ithe
the girls who occupied oupied that floor for could get getout ge getout I
out forty or fifty ttt1 of them were ere surrounded surroundedby sua surroundedbyfiazues unded j
by b byfiazues byfiazuesTlreeznireeeoPea flames f r rThaw
Thaw T TlreeznireeeoPea r w er r i u oflreescapes r on ont oath thabuildr thabuildrih build buildtn idj
ih nca and the te dtotanoe dlio dlsta4oe from frm d the e engine e house housemade hot houssmade I Imd
made md It ltlmplbl Impossible to reach 8CR the be building buildingquickly b buildingquickly icnl i iquickly
quickly with lth ladders ldder As A a result rnlt many manyof manyof manyof
of the girls glrl jumped Jumpe out ot of the window windowOthers wido windowSOthers I Imbel
Others mbel wore wor overcome ovelJme by b smoke and andheat inchheat I
heat I It
heatAt At t his hour It I is I believed blwl that there thereare ther thereare I Iare
are many bodies IxhI in he burning buring building buildingof huldlng i iot
of those vhp hp were wcr overcome oerome and could culd not notbe notbe
be rescued rcRuC Tho fire tre was wa M discovered dlrercd about abut
11 1 oclock tonight and anr owing owln to tho great greatconfusion greatcnfusion greatconfmmaion
confusion cnfusion it I is 1 difficult dlncult to get details dFtal Six Sixor Sixor Sixor
or seven IAven dead dfad Ixwlies bocloM have already been beenaken brn beenaken I Ialen
aken out C1lt but at this time lmn names cannot cnlnot be besecured beThc beseclitedI
secured securedthe seclitedITime
the damage dama to the building bllding is 32000 32000or 2 250 > 000 000or
or 130000 130000There 1300 30000lhero
There are many mal girls with broken legs legsand Ilgl Ilglanr legsand
and anr arms arml and anl others other suffering sulrlng internal internalinjuries Inlral InlralInjuries internalinjuries
injuriesWalden injuries injuriesWalden InjuriesWilden
Walden Wilden University Unlerfiy is one of the oldest oldestcolored oldestcolored I Ienlore
colored enlore universities unherslt1 In Nashville alII1 and has a alargo aInrgo alarge
largo number lumber of 11 ltudclt < Uudents of both sexes sexesIt 8X sexisIt i
I It has been Illxn growing every year yer but ut the thebuilding th thhullln thebuilding
hullln building in which hih the fire tre occurred urrP was wal not notjf notof notor
of jf modern construction eortructon lienco the thl cntus cntusropho cabmatropho i itroplo
troplo ropho tonight tonightSLAVERY tonlhtSItnn1 tonightLtERV
I II
SItnn1 SLAVERY J IX ALEUTIAN ISLADS ISLADSIt JUDS
I It III le lisa LIsted K lltd There TIPr From 11 Time Imme Immemorial Imme Immemorial Imemeniorlal ¬
morial and Is Still t I ieneral VemucralWAsmmINdJTO ieneralWASHINGTON IrnlralW
WASHINGTON W ASINOTOX Dec Df 18 ISDr Dr Sheldon Jnck Jnckon Jlk Jlkon JkComm
Comm on general agent of the Bureau of Echo Education t EchoDaion lu lucntlon ¬
cation today received a loiter leter from Wil William Wi Willam ¬
lam liam K F Davis DRvll superintendent nlprrnteudent of the pub public puhIl public ¬
Il lic lic schools chool at Unalaska UnlllkR Aleutian Islands Islandstaylng Illands Illandstln Islandsaylimg
tln taylng that slavery 8Iacr exists rxltslmong among the popu population ppu ppulation popmllation ¬
lation of the islands In his letter Supt SuptDavic RUllI Suptfmavis
Davic fnvl says ayt that slavery flaver has existed exI6te in the theIslands tho1Iland theIslands
1Iland Islands from frm time 1m immemorial Immomoral and that It Itis I itis
il is still 5tl general fnpral Ho gives a a number of in instances instanclS inanees ¬
stanclS stances of orphans and waifs wall being Iing hold asslaves as asslaves al alslaet
slaet slaves and says ay that he has been ben unable unableto
to o make the owners ownrs give up their property propertyHe prperty prpertyH
H He asks Rkl for instructions inltrctlons as A to how to deal dealwith deallth dealcrith
with lth the conditions conditionsDr cndiions cndiionsDr
Dr Jackson Jacksn said this thil morning morlnl that ho hohad hoha homi
ha had mi known for some tme time tme that slavery slaveryaxleted slaveryxieted Iaver Iaverexlted
exlted axleted in the Aleutian Islands Illandl and Ind that thatflov thatG that3ov
G flov Brady Bray of Alaska AIlka had some fme time tmo ago agolaken agotaken agoaken
taken steps td remedy rmOy tho evil e A number numberjf
jf f slaves Ilae8 had ha been bn freed trl by h the Governor Governorind OOlrnor OOlrnorand Governorsnd
and others other would be h liberated lberte as 8 noon In as asround aRfound aspound
round Dr Jackson JlckAn Bald the principal principaljffending prnolpal prnolpalolendlng principalffendtng
olendlng jffending slave Ilae owners owner were wer not tho native nativeMeutlansbut natve natveAleutaMbut nativetleutianshjut
AleutaMbut Meutlansbut foreigners torlgnerOeranl foreignersGermans Germans French Frenchmen Frnch Frnchmpn Frenchnen ¬
men Americans Ameri ans and men of other national nationalties natlonalItlts nationalties
Itlts ties who ho had married native natve Aleutian Aleutianwomen Alnutlanwomen Aleutiansemen
women and and among amonp whom tho possession possessionf PIpsnon PIpsnonof
considered a mark of wealth wealthili wealthII6
of if f slaves was onlldef weath weathnw
nw ili STORM TOR IX I ODD FELLOWS FELLOWSIrrtf FEOJS FEOJSOrdtr
Ordtr Irrtf r to Expel Expl All Al AllUquor Liquor Men Ien and Gamblers GamblersIssued Gamblel GamblelIUe GamblersIssued
IssuedToiroo Issued IssuedTOLEDO IUe IUeTCtO
TOLEDO TCtO Ohio Dec IC 18 ISA A storm Itorm is brew brewng brewIng brewng
Ing ng in the ranks of ofthe the Independent IndEpendent Order Orderot OrderotOdd of ofdd ofdd
Odd dd Follows Felowl on onl otis of the strongest strongest fraternl fraternlies tratrnltlef I
tlef ice in the world Grand Master Mater Charles Charlf CharlfO Charlesj
O 3 Pavey has determined determine to force forc out of ofhe otthe ofhe
the he order orer In Ohio every saloonkeeper Blonkeepr bur buronderand hlr hlrtender iacronder
tender onderand Ind and gambler gmbler pursuant puruant toa mandate mandateMuted mandateIlu mandateesued
Ilu Muted by b the Sovereign Serlgn Grand Lodge Lge of the theInlted theUnited thelnited
United States Staea hut whith hlth has ha stood sto as a alead adead alead
lead letter letterThousands letor letorThoulnda letterThousands
Thousands Thoulnda of men in inthe the he liquor lquor business businessvhllo bnslneMare
are re atYlilated with the Odd Od Fellows 1elow6 andrhilo And Andwhlo
whlo vhllo aflate Pavey Pavey realize raf already rad read that tha he has hasmdertak ha hasmndertaken
mdertak n a big task tak ve has issued Ilue a man manlato mandato manlato
underaken lato that they the must ilther Ither honestly honety and andegltimately andle andsgitimmttely
le egltimately Itlmntel renounce nouno and give up their theirumineM theiritisinees
bu umineM lneel before bfor Jan 101904 I 19 1904 or be b expelled expelledfom expled expledfrom expelledroin I
from the order He Jtays JtaysAnv ys ysAmmv s
Anv All Noble Grand frn iran presiding prldlnR officer oflicerlvho officerrho ofcrl ofcrlwho I
who shirks or refuse rtus to do his hil duty will willto wil wli wlido
to suspended They Tll Ths must m t convict convic and andixpel andexpl andxpeh
I
expl b ixpel from the ordof oro all al such members membersurtnor memher memhersurther
Furhor urtnor he hI nays naysAny ly lyAny saysAny
Any lodge that riu tt te on em trial tril and con conIctsmioh rn rnI conlctp
Ictsmioh I lctp loh such log n membesnnd mmhe membe and falls tnll to sunpcnd sunpcndilm Iu pnd pndhim
him ilm shall hal have its itslchartvr It I charlr charter arrested atflee at aton
on flee 1
TRUSSED TRUSSE VICTIM VITIM LIKE LKE A FOWLIOLX FOWL FOWLIOtVfi FOWLrot
IOtVfi rot MAX I GAGGED GWf AND AlD THROW THROWITO Ti ROW ROWITO ROIVINTO
ITO A l uvaar uvaarI ISUOG
I
O Gilbert Clbrrt Who 1110 Probably Polabl Drove Iroc Out nil nila 1111 1111aWounanErlenil lth ltha
a aWounanErlenil Woman omal Friend FoumllnienttblrFro FoumllnienttblrFroKnockout Fountlnlrnllble FountltnsenslbleFrorUnockout Fom FomHnorkout
Knockout Drop Robbed nobbr and Probabl Probabllnc Pobably PobablyI Probabillnglllp
I llnglllp lnc Insii lilt Horse lore Wanden Indt anderi Dome IlonnIRVINOTON lome lomelRVINOTON DomeJEVINOTON
IRVINOTON Dec 18Otto 18 18Olo Otto Gilbert Olbert am amemployee a aemployee an anemploye
employe employee of the Cosmopolitan Cosmopolan Afa Moaznf MoaznfW8 Maqaziim Maqaziimwas < jajim jajimwas
was W8 found bound and gagged gagge and probabl probabldying probbl1 probbl1dying probabldying
dying in the bottom botom of a I buggy here tonlgh tonlghAttached tonllht tonllhtAtached toni ghl ghlAttached
Attached Atached to the buggy was a sorrel 10rl horse honxwhich ho howhich horsewhich
which seemed to have been bn driven drven far farThe t8 fatThe
The reins relM were drugging drlgKlng and the horn horswac hornwnH
wnH Ai walking along Broadway when it wa waseen was wassen waseen
seen sen by I several f 0 ril persons peNon who were standln standlnI standing standingIn
I in front of Buckley A Rabens Uabenl store storePoliceman storePolceman storePoliceman
Policeman Polceman Kenneully Kennealy stopped the horse hol am amfound and andfound andfound
found Gilbert Olbert in the bottom of the buggy buggyGllbertrt bugyGlbcltM buggyilibeits
Gllbertrt GlbcltM fact tlC wan covered with bloor bloorand blod blodand hhoonod
and ho was wal doubled up lP with wih his hands an anfeet Ind Indtlt amfeet
feet tlt tle tied < l together togethel A handkerchief ha habeen had hadbeen iiabeen
been tied over Ills mouth to hold a clot clotwhich clcth clcthwhich olotiwhich
which had been n stuffed tutOd Into his hil mouth t tprevent to toprevent ti tiprevent
prevent him from making an outcry outry Po Policeman Polioemnan
liceman lceman Kenneally Kennelily drove the buggy to t th thpolice the theplc thipolice
police plc station In the Irvington Town Hall Hallwhere Hal Hallwhere
where Gilbert Olbrt was wa laid on a couch couchThe cuch cuchhA couchThe
The hA mans watch chain was danglini dangliniand danglng danglngand dangiinand
and his gold watch was a miming It I wa waknown WI waknown
known that he had tnoney about him whet whethe when whenhe whamhe
he left Irvington Inlnpton this morning but not notcent I Icent a acent
cent was found In his hil pockets pocketsThe poket pocketTime
The police polc failed faied to t bring Gilbert Olbrt to con consciousness consoiousness consciousness
sciousness so Dr R B Coutant of Tarry Tarrytown Tar Tartown Tarrytown
town was al sent snt for He le said ld that the matwas mat manWIS marwas
was WIS suffering sulerlng from trm rota knockout drops Tindoctor Tin Tindoctor Thedotor
doctor dotor could not no bring him out of the stupor stuporGilbert stupor010rt stuporGilbert
Gilbert 010rt was wal found about abut 715 7 oclock oclok thii thiievening thll thhevening
evening and he waa wa still sti unconscious unconscloul ai aimidnight at atmldnlKhl atmidnight
midnight midnightA mldnlKhl
A letter leter was 1 found In his hil pocket on onparagraph onl onlpargraph 0111paragraph <
pargraph paragraph of which was wasYou wasYOI wasocl
You YOI ocl will wi find fnd me dead on the Aqueduct AqueductGilbert Aqueductiibort tueduu tueduuflbrt
Gilbert flbrt the police poU learned leared had in intended Intended Intended ¬
tended to marry mary Miss M Nellie Curry of South SouthK Suth SuthI
K I but bulfor butfor butfor
street trt Irvington on next Sunday Sundy
for somo reason ran the engagement was WC broken brokenGilbert brken brkenOlbrt brokenGilbert
Gilbert Olbrt is I 25 S yearn yean old 01 < and never dranlintoxicating drank drnk drnkIntoxlcntlng drankintoxcnt1ng
intoxicating liquor lquor It has hal been bn his habit habitto habitto habitto
to hiro a horse hor and Ind buggy from Samuel SamuelT Smuel SmuelT
T Knapp Jinpt a liveryman of Tarrytown Tarryown to tetake totake totake
take his hil women friunds frunds out driving drivingHe
He le hired Ilrd a horse hore and buggy from Livery Liveryman Lhel Liveryman ¬
man Knapp today toolY and said that he would wouldnot wouldnot wouldnot
not be back until unti 9 oclock ocok In the evening It Ithas I Ithas
has been bn his hI custom to return retun from such suchtrips suchtrips
trips trip about 5 oclock oclok but today to day he said ead that thathe thnthe thatice
he wax WU going to take a longer drive driveNo drheo driveNo
No o one knows whom Gilbert Giber took driving drivingSince drivingSince drivingSince
Since Gilbert Gibr has hl been bn in the police ploI sta station sl station ¬
tion ton the police plc say he keeps kep moaning moaningDontdo moaing moaingDont moaningDont
Dontdo Dont do it I Joe Jo The Te police pUt believe boloe that thatGilbert thatOlbr thatGilbert
Gilbert Olbr was WI robbed rbb by highwaymen hlghwaycn or was wastho wa wastho
tho victim victm of a jealous jealoU rival rval Ho 10 was bound boundwith bund bundwih boundwith
with wih a tie te rope rop which had hd been bn placed plced under underthe underthe underthe
the seat Rat by Mr Knapp Knpp when he Kent int the thecarriage thocrage thecarriage
carriage crage out of bin h stable Itable In order oror that th a afirm I afinn
firm tnn knot knot could culd bo b secured Icur Gilbert Olbrt had hadbeen ha hadbeen
been bn doubled up eo s that tht hli hi hishes4 head h Almost Almosttouched Bimosttouched lm0t lm0ttoud
touched toud his h feet fet fee There Th were were three th rough roughknot rugh rughkotlinte roughknots
knot kotlinte In the rope rp which wh had h cut cu deeply deeplyInto dply dplyfnt deeplylnt6
Into fnt the theth he flesh teh sh of hla hlWrltl hlWrltltRl1 b1awrists b1awristst wrists wristsAMIKST
AMIKST tRl1 t T FOR TOWER WRITER MURDERA WRITERA VUlD
A Pettier Pdl Who If Huipeoted HUlpeote by b a Railroad RailroadEmployee Ralrold iatlroadImploer I I
Employee CapturedWI1IAAMSPOBT Captured CapturedWIIUAMBPOBT Cpte
WIIUAMBPOBT WnLf1IBPIT Pa P Deo 1 18 18Thlrty iLThirtydays Thirty Thirtydays
days after William CJendenen was W shot shotand simotand
artr
lys Wilam lhot
and and clubbed lulb to t death dNth in his lonely lonl tower twer on onthe onthe I
the New York Central CeritralRallroad Railroad Rlrold near Jersey JerseyShore Jerloy JerseyShore I IShor
Shore Shor an arrest are t ha l beemm > een en made mae and there thereteetrH thereeml thereseezis
teetrH eml to t11 Ci be good reason reURn to bellove belol that the theexplanation thocxplanaton theoxplanation
explanation cxplanaton of the message mlge Rend help helpquick helpquick
quick Qllck I have havt been ben shot and am a dying dyingwill dyingwl dyinmgwill
will wl some oml day da be made madeIOst mae made1ast
IOst Itt night at Sunbury Sunhur forty fort miles mies south southof sonthof southof
of here hEre a pedler IIdlor named nlrO Edward Etard Moyerwas Moyer Moyerwas
was WI arrested arfte on information inforlatlon furnished turn he hy byW hyW hyv
W v E Robinson Uobl ol a Now f York Central Centrl Rail Railroad ltl Railroad ¬
road employee employe Officers Ofcl have IUye be hen been n look looking lok looklug ¬
lug In for him ever since 1lnc the murder murdrr was 11 com committed cm cornin ¬
mitted mittedAfter riUe in it ted tedtftsr
After t r his hl arrest afS he wa was a taken to Danville Danvillehis Danyle Danylehil Danvillehis
his hil home and lodged 10dld in jail jai to awaitthe awaitthearrival nwaltthearhal awaltthearrlvah
arrival arhal of Mr Ir Robinson Robilon who Is now on his hisway hil hilway hisway
way to that place plaC Robinson who ho knows knowsMoyer knowsMoyer
Moyer Ioer saw him In Jersey Jlley Shore on the day dayof dayot dayof
of the th murder When he left he went ent In Intho Inthe intime
the direction of Browns Brownl tower towerWhen towerWhen
When Robinson Robln on heard of time til murder he heatoneemispccted heatonr heat
atoneemispccted atonr at ones HUlpctpd suspected Moyer and set letout out to look lookfor lookfor lookfor
for him He found tOlnd him on a south bound boundcoal bund bundcol boundcoal
coal col train and followed folowe him to t Sunbury Sunburywhere Sunburrhlr Sunburywhere
where hlr Moyer gave him hi the slip slipWhen slp slpWhen slipWhen
When arrested Rre td the accused acolsed man became becamevery hlamo becamevery
very nervous nlfou but said he could culd prove an analibi analhi analibi I
alibi alibiSTEEL alhi alibiSTEEl1
alhiTFI STEEL TFI FOR nI IEXXA IF A TVXXELS TVXXELSTo TVYf
To lie 01 Made at a New SfW ew Plant to He Built Dult atSouth at atSouth atSouth
South Altoona AltoonaAUTOONA titoonaAbTooA loona loonaALTOONA
ALTOONA Pa Iso Jpo 18 IOlciall ISOfficials Officials of the thePennsylvania thePnn8ylvanla thePennsylvania
Pennsylvania Railroad lrno Company have under underconsideration underconBlderltlon underconsideration
consideration conBlderltlon a project project for the erection erecton of ofn ofa
n large plant at South Altoona Aloona for the manu manufacture manutscture mannfactura ¬
facture of structural IItnlcturl steel Itel The plant will willemploy wi willemploy
employ about 2000 20 men menHero menHlr menHero
Hero Hlr tho company will wi manufacture mnutacur all allthe al allthe
the tubing structural IItrcurll steel work for tho thoNorth thoNorh theNorth
North Norh and Ind East Et Illver tunnels at New Ne York YorkThis YorkTIH YorkThis
TIH This work alone Ilono will wi keep the plant engaged engagedfor engged enggedtor
for six years yearsThe yelr yearsThe
The Te project projec is II in line lne with the companys companyspolicy cmpany cmpanyplcy companyspolicy
policy plcy of doing all al Its It I own manufacturing manufacturingTHREATEXS maufac manufacturingTII1ELTEXS urlng urlngTlntni
THREATEXS Tlntni HODVRAS HODVRASxI 11 lION DlRAi DlRAiIelldent DURAS DURAShxiresldrnt
hxiresldrnt xI resldent Siren to Start Stat a Revolution RevolutionThere Revnlulon RevnlulonTtre RevolutionThere
There Next Month MonthNKW MonthEW IonthXw
Ttre
NKW EW OmEANB OREANf Dec 18 ISPMngers ISPMngersfrom 18Passengers 18Passengersfrom Passengers Passengersfrom
from Honduras Hondur8 report rprt that an early revo revolution ro rolutun rovohiltiumi ¬
lution IN predicted prdicted for that republic tpublc when whenxPrusldent whenfxPrrldent whenxPresident
fxPrrldent lutun xPrusldent Slrera Hlrra will wi attempt a tom lIt to oust oustPresident Ollt OlltPrlidonl oustPresident
the thelissotUfaction thedlIatloralton timelimisatisfaction
Prlidonl President Bonllla Bonia Slrera Sirra counts cuntR on
lissotUfaction of tho people They Tey are aruHsappointed lr arelisappointed
pople
dlIatloralton
disappointed with wih the new n w Government Governmentvhich OovernmNltwhich Oovernmnctmtchleh
which it is said has not been bn able to carry carryut carryout carryut
out > ut its 1t promises promiseeExPresident promilsJPrsldcnt
ExPresident JPrsldcnt Slrora Sirra is in the neighboring neighboringllrect neighbring neighbringrpublo neighborlnipubhio
ipubhio of Nicaragua frm from which hlch he wil wl wlBract
dirct rpublo Bract the thl revolution Nlorlgua which is fixed txe for forJanuary forlanuary
January or February FebruaryOVXD Johrlnr JohrlnrfOr FolirmmaryFOUXI
fOr OVXD JEWELED 11 XECKLACE XECKLACElotel VLCKLt ICKLM I Ilotrl E Elotel
lotrl lotel Porter Picks > e l 11 1p One Set With 11th Pearli Pearlianil Phrland Ptarlsand
and Diamond fitamommOsPatrick DiamondPatrick namott namottPatrck
Patrick Patrck Ahearn a I porter porer at the Grand Grandlotel GrandHotel Grancijotel
Hotel found a diamond and pearl parl necklace necklacet necklao I Iat
at it t the womens entrance entranc to the hotel latt lattjght lnt lntnight lae laeiiht
night iiht Persons Perons who saw sa the necklace necklacehe neoklacesid necklacemaid
sid maid It al very valuable One man oterd oterdthe offered offeredhe
the he porter IU 2600 for ItThe it itin ItThe
The porter tured turned the neckla necklace over to toMr todr
Mr Leland prter the propreto proprietor who locked It Itup ItIn
up In in the safe He says 6S that whoever whoeverWASIIIM1TON whoer whoever1aina I Iclais
clais 1aina It will I have to pre prove olnerhlp olnerhlpWASfSUTOS ownership ownershipWASIIIMITON
WASIIIM1TON WASfSUTOS IN HOLIDAY OIIA l THIK THIKeniuvlranla Thu ThuenneilvanIa I Itonanla
eniuvlranla lUllroid Tour Dccemtwr Uccclohr SB R All uixflense 1 i ixnenK
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THIEVES TIIFIS IN CAMEROX CAUflOV HOUSE HOUSETwo 1lOUSETwo 11
Two Men Got In by b Securing 8eeurln llieatri llieatriTicket 111eltrerketl IlleitrITicket
Ticket rketl i a Messenger lt8Rrnse Drought DroughtMiss Iroulht DroughtMiss
Miss 18 Isabella Isable Cameron a daughter of the thilate thelute tilllate
late Sir Roderick Rotrlck Cameron came up fron fronthe tromthe fronthe
the Cameron homestead homeste ad at Rosebank RosebankStolen Roepank Roepank8ttn Rosebank8tten
Stolen 8ttn Island blnd yesterday Yeterar afternoon atteroon to t thi thihome thehome thihome
home of her brother bro ther Robert Robrt McLcoc McLcocCameron llcLod llcLodCameron MoLeocCameron
Cameron 185 I l8 Madison Mad Isol avenue The home housiwas houle houlewas homewas
was In charge chlrge of a caretaker cartaker John Stewart StewartMiss StewartMiss
Miss 18 Cameron had Invited Ilvll some friendto friend friendto frendsto
to see A Girl Or from Dixie at at the Madisoi MadisoiSquare MadlaonSquar MacilsomSquare
Square Squar Theatre and she telephoned to tin tintheatre thetheatr timitheatre
theatre theatr to sendxfour endour tickets t to the house houseWhen houseWhen houseThen
When the messenger meslenger boy got to the hous houshe housmhe < I Ihe
he found two men standing in the hall ballway hallway hal
way i
wayThey They Tley took the tickets t lckot and and signed for forthm them themnot themnot i inot
not forgetting torgettng to pay the messenger meSlngHr Min MtaCameron MinCameron liM
Cameron had gone upstairs uptall to dre drO dress s Wher Whershe Whenshe Whersite
she came cam down dow she shei saw the two men mn stand standing lt standing and andIng
ing in the hallway hliway inside Iniide of the doorWhat door doorWhat doorWhat
What do you went went she Ih asked askedWere DHkelWere tickedVere
Were waiting waiing for an answer Inler the thl met metreplied 111 11111pled metreplied
replied repliedi 11pled 11pledTo
i To what asked a lo Miss 1s Cameron where whereupon whtrc whtrcupon wherecapon ¬
upon the men made mae a dash for the door dooiand doorand doom doomand
and disappeared dippard down Madison Mdison avenue avenueMiss avenuE avenueMiss
I Ithe
Miss Mi Cameron made an examination examinaton ol olthe ot 01the
the house hoW but so s far as 8 she could ould dlscovei dlscoveinothing dlrver dlrvernoting discovemnothing
nothing noting had b wn en stolen although thing thinghad thingshad thiugihad
had been bn upset upet on tho parlor floor nor She ai aionce at atonc alonce
once onc telephoned telephone to Inspector IMpctor McClusky McCluskywho Mclusky Mcluskywho MaChuskywho
who sent snt two detectives detectYIHerlhy deteatlveaHerlihy Herllhy and andLang andLngto andLangto
Lang Lngto Langto to make an a investigation investigationMiss invetgaton invetgatonMIla
Miss MIla Cameron C mern remembered rmember the numbers numbeivof num numbersof I Iot
of the tickets tokea she had bought bught and the de detectives detetCI dotectivea ¬
tectives tetCI went to the theatre thetr last lalt night nightThey nightThey nightThey
They found two of the four seats 80tl occupied occupiedby ouple
by two men The detectives detetvl arrested arrestedthem arsto arrestedthorn
them on suspicion supicion They said they were wereCharles wereCharles or
Charles Charle Hope of 423 43 East Et Fifteenth Fienth street streetand strt strtand streetand
and Edward Ewar Nelson Nolln of 307 37 East Twentyfirst Twentyfirststreet TwentyOrt TwentyOrtstrt Twentyfirststreet
street streetThey strt strtThey streetThey
They protested protftet vigorously Igorousy that they thy were wertnot wer wernot werenot
not thieves thl vO and that they the had ha bought boughtthe bught bughttbe boughtthe
the tickets toketR from a speculator In front ol olthe otthe ofthe
the theatre theatreThey thotre thotreTIY theatreThey
They TIY were ere taken to Police Polco Headquarter Headquarterjust Headquarter Headquartersjust
just the name sme and locked locke up upThe upThe upThe
The police plc said lakl that nothing nothlnl had beenatolen been beenstolen ben benItolen
stolen Itolen from the Cameron Camlrn house houseHOMEX houseIOJ1 housellOMFv
HOMEX IOJ1 SIT AS JURORS JURORSTheir nnOIIflrlr flROlSrimeir
Their flrlr Decision Dlet lun Aecepled rclptt by Regular Jury JuryIn luryIn Iur IurIn
In Childs nlldl fane CaseCmmrcscmo faneCIUCAOO CaRCCHCAOO i
CIUCAOO CHCAOO Ill 11 Dec 18 ISFor For perhaps perhapl the thefirst thefrst thefirst
first frst time li in the history of the United Unied States Statesso i
so 10 far an al local loC I records rrcordl show Mho six women womenvat womensat omenlt
vat lt as a jury before Judge Monroe tonf1 in the theJuvenile thAJuvenie theJtiventle
Juvenile Juvenie Court Cour toda today They The passed pb on onthe onthe ottthe
the petition ptllon to have ha Mary McGann McGlnn 8 years yearsold rearsold yearsold
old declared dllared a delinquent dplnquInt and placed in an aninstitution fn fnIn8ttuton aninstitution
institution institutionMrs In8ttuton In8ttutonMr institutionMrs
Mrs Mr Ann McGann Icann tho mother declared declaredthat deola declaredthat I
that her child ohld all 11 her life had been bln with her herand herand herand
and would die if taken away awy from her herThe herThe herThe
The jury jursympathze sympathized with tho mothers mothersfeelings mothrrltelng mothersfeelings
feelings telng and ad returned rure a verdict er ct that mother motheranddaughter motlel motlelanddughtr motlienanddaughter
anddaughter anddughtr should Ihould be b sent snt to tho Dun Dunning Duurn Dim Dimnmg ¬
ning Institution InstitutionThe Inl
rn ton tonTe
The Te verdict rct was concurred concnrree in by bya a juryofxmen Jury Juryof Juryr
of ofxmen r tzmen bm nt to tornkethevefdlotndlng make lote wMconcure the verdict rlct finding fndl They Theyalso Tey Teyallltre Theyalso
allltre also listened to t the case ca and andgred agreed with withthe withthe vih vihtheomeuren
the theomeuren theomeurenT women othenjurymon othenjurymonms Jurymen JurymenTh
Th T ms jury Jur uI7 wan w compcAed c of women prO prdbatlon pr prObatten
batten bato officers aon They Te are ar Mrs MI Eliza Elizabeth Elz Elizabath ¬
beth bth Mayer Mayr MUs Mtl Minnie 1tnnll Jacob Jacb Miss MissCaroline MissCaroline II
Caroline Crlne Blinn BlnD Mr Mrs Jane Jao B Skinner Mrs MrsElizabeth MrsElizabeth II i
Elzbth Elizabeth Peevey Pevey Mrs Mr Emma Emnl Quintan QuintanTho QuinlanTn QuiniarmThei
Tho Tn women were wer not sworn sor in the th regu regular Igu IguIar regmtlar ¬
lar manner They Tey were wer simply Iwpl sum summoned cmmrnnioned um ummone ¬
moned mone to the jury ju box bo and took tok their seats seatsXEGRO seatsXEGRO tatl I IFOnO
XEGRO FOnO CHURCH CIUnCl KV I GOlERXORS GOlERXORSAnd OoHRI I
And He lt the tle Governor of Kentucky ltntuckonrt kentmmekCotmrt kentmmekCotmrtgs Court CourtSa
Sa 81 gs > It I May Ma De Built IlulltFRANKFORT Inlt BuiltFCAIeRV0RT
FRANKFORT Ky Dec De 1R IRTlo 15The The Court of ofAppeals otApptsll ofAppeals I
Appeals Apptsll in an opinion by h Judge Judpp Sottle Sottlereverses Htte HttereI ktmlareverses
reverses reI the judgment of the fh Franklin FranklinCircuit FrRlkln FranklinCircuit I ICiruit
Circuit Ciruit Court in tho case of Boyd Bnyt vs Yr The ThoBoard TheBoard i iBoard
Board of Councilman Counoimen of the thtClv timeCity City of Frank Frankfort Frnk Frnkfort Frankfort ¬
fort The Tlo case cle Involve 11011 the validity vlildlt of th thcity the thActy thecity
city cty ordinance orinance by which hloh the trustees tnl t4f of the theAfrican theAtrltan timeAfrican
African Atrltan Baptist Baptit BaptistCimmirch Church Churh of the city cty of Frank Frankfort Frnk Frnkfor Frankfort ¬
fort for wero wer required ruir to secure pur a permit prmit from fromtho frOD frODtbo fromthe
the Council Counci for the th erection lrtlon of A Baptist Baptistchurch BaptiMtchurch Baptistchurch
church adjoining the Governors Goerorl mansion mansionThe nlnolon mansionThe I IThe
The decision dfion ia I the th end of a long litigation litigationby ltigation I
by which tho colored colord people pople have l htfn htfnslklng been beenseeking > een eenseeking
slklng seeking to build buid the thl church churh against the thepetitions thepttons timepeUtions
pttons petitions of tho neighbors including inchllng tho thoGovernor thoGoveror theGovernor
Goveror Governor on 01 a 1 lot purchased purhased for 1301 1301work 3001 3001work 3000work
work on the foundation of which was wasstopped wal walItOPp wasttopped
ItOPp stopped by injunction injunctionThe Injuncton InjunctonThe
The decision In the Circuit Ciruit Court delared de dedared decar
car dared the ordinance valid ald Tho trustees trusteesappealed tnlstO tnlstOappRIP tnmsteesippealed
appRIP appealed and the decision lIclllon today holds the theordinance theortnanc theDreitnance
ordinance unconstitutional and void and andwiys andpay andetys
ortnanc unconRlutlonl1
pay wiys tho Council Counci had no right rght to provide a adiscriminating I afiscriminating I
dbcrlmlnatng discriminating regulation regulationrOPS rcgulaton regulationSTOPS
STOP FUXERALS IX CHICAGO CHICAGOllrlkeof I lllCtiOtrike Wf WfStrlkr I
Strlkr llrlkeof trike or lUOOIJvery I tW uoo 1lnt LIicr3lrIers Drltcri nrhet Keeps Irlj Hnnn HnnnIn Jlnrl JlnrlIn
In the Darn DarnCHICAGO Iam IamCmcAoo BarnsChICAGO
CHICAGO Dec 18 IIFunerl 1AFmmnernia Funerals stopped stoppednoumora stoppednoumera toppodmouror
mouror noumora forced torcd to rido rldolnftretoaf ridoin in street streetcars cars or walk walko alk alkto
to o cemeteries ccmeterc8 society compelled ompelEi to abandon abandonCarriage abandoncarage abandonarrlage
carage Carriage rides rdeI horses ho starved by h a union unioniege unionsiege minionmiege
siege of barns barRthe bariumthese these were tho conditions conditionsnto ondltlonl
Into nb nto which Chicago Chicalo was waq plunged pllngel today todayy tooay tooayby
by my > y a mit strlkeof Itrlkeof rlke of 1000 110 livery 1er drivers drlvlr which tied tiedip tl tiedp
lp ip p the undertaking undcrtaklnp and livery Iher business busln of ofhe ofthe ofhe
the he city To make tho situation Iluatlol morn morl BO BOere 1 1vere asvera
vere ere the 400 40 employers ordered orlrf a lookout lookoutrtileh lookutwhich hockomitwhich
which went into effect ItPt simultaneously sltlllnColr with withhe withthe withho
the he strike strikeEight Ilrlke IlrlkeElghtyplnl strikeEightypersons
Eight Elghtyplnl Eightypersons y persons laydend lay ly dead dlld In Chicago ChllUKO today todayTo toayTo
To To avoid a clash clah with wih tho city ciy by h Interfer Interferng InterterIng
Ing ng with the Health Healh Department rules the thoeoders thl thlleaerl theeaders
leaerl eoders of tho teamsters tlmltl issued Iuo nn order orderihat ordpr ordprthat orderbat
that vehicles conveying bodies bdlM to the under underlakers undortaker underakers
taker lakers rooms rms onvAyng were wer not to be b molested by byilckets b bpicket bydcketrc
picket dcketrcitI7JIIT ilckets ilcketsjAVGHT 1 1CAVllT
CAVllT jAVGHT GIRLS WHO JUMPED JUMPEDlloctor JPI JPIUoctor JfIPEIoetor
lloctor Drake Ihe Force orl of Their Tlr Pall Pal at ata ata i ia
a Fire at Daton Ohio OhioDATTON OhioDAYON OhioDAriON
DATTON DAYON Ohio Dec Dc IB ISTo To escape elcap death deathrom dNth deathrorn I Ifrom
from rom suffocation ulollon twelve twel girls leaped leapd from the theourth tll tllfourh theourth
I Itodnr
fourh ourth story stl windows wlndowl of the Conby lonh building buildingoday huldlng building0day
oday landing on the roof rof and skylights skylghtsj skylightsit i if
of > it f a one story building hllding At least half hal of ofho ofhe
thl ho glils wore nr caught cught by h Dr Lambert Lambrt who whoms whohas wimoas I
has ms offices ofcl in tho building buiding and who by byreakng brbraking byirceking
braking > reakng the thl force fo of their fall tal saved their theirives IhelrIns theirIves
Ins ives
ivesMinnie Minnie Troxell Troxel and Charles Charl0 Reader Redr may maylie maydie maylie
lie from their injuries injuriesODELL InjuriesODEl InjuriesDlfLId
ODELL ODEl RACKIanm RACK RACKlatnt BACKlunt
latnt Got a Trenurer Tenurer Vet j et for the County CountyCommittee CountyCmmlUee CountyCommittee
lunt
Committee CommitteeOov CommitteeGov
Oov 0 Odell Odel returned rAturne from Washington Washingtoneeterday Wuhln Washingtoneaterday ton tonterda I
eeterday terda afternoon aftlrnnon and was WI at the Fifth FifthWenue FtfthvenUn Fifthvenue
Wenue venue Hotel all al the evening He con conerred conterred conerred
erred with Ith Edward Fdard Latiterbach LutprbachIGrl LatmterbaclmAbsGruber LatmterbaclmAbsGrubernc AboGruber AboGrubernd r rand
and nd nc Capt F Norton Ooddard Gov ov Odell Odellas Odel Odeilma
WM as asked who was WI to be treasurer t Ourfr of tho thofew thoew theeW
few ew Mke York Republican Republcan county committee committeeow commlt
now ow that Lewis Lwi Stern had declined declnt to accept aept aeptthf I Ihn Ihe
thf hn place tht H He replied repled that the matter mlttr had ha hadot j jot I
not ot been btn settled leIO I I
APEAKOFMOUNTRAINIERGON APEAKOFMOUNTRAINIERGONAX A PEAKOF PEAK OF MOUNT RAINIER RAINIR GUNE GUNEIV GIN1t4lITlIQU41iE
AX IV EARTHQUAKE ftTlQU4Kf TlMttLES TlUI I IIXTO IT ITTO iiltTn
IXTO TO TIlE T1 VALLEV VALLEVHeiHirli lALlEIIlepurli
HeiHirli UrlKrt Like Lkl Heavy IIra Artillery rtiery Hear HearThroughout lrrd lrrdhroulhout hleareThroughout
Throughout the Mate and In Vancoti Vancotiver sancotiverA ancou ancounrA
ver verA A Terrino Hoar When the Vasi VasiMais sasi3iass ast astlal
Mais lal of lloik UOk smith Ind Ire Rolled nolrd Down DownTACOMA Dwn DwnTACOMA DownTAcoMA
TACOMA Wash Dec 18 ISAn An earthquake earth earthnuake earthIUake
quake last IRlt Tuesday Tuesda night broke off 01 th thsoutheastern the thesoutheastrn tinsoutheastern
southeastern peak pak of Mount Rainier slxt slxtmiles sixty sixty11f sixtynmlles I
miles 11f southeast louthest of Tacoma Hundreds Hundrds o oacres ot otacreR ofacres
acres of rocks rokl and ice Ic Including a I numbe numbeof numbr numbruf numnbemof
of glacier glaoltrl were wer broken brok l looje 103e and wore werhurled were werehurled worehurled
hurled two miles mie down the he mountain sid sidInto Mldo MldoInto sideInto
Into the valley valleyMount valleyMoummi llpy llpyMount
Mount Rainier Inler is nearly lear 15000 150 feet higland high highald highand
and ald is surmounted I rlu I 111 l > y three peaks the thehighest thehighest thehighest
highest of which has hu bean known for fOItwonty fOItwontyyoar twentyyours twenty twentyyuan
yuan n as > Coluinbius OIUlllIM Crent Crl rest t This peak peakstood peakstood eak eakIItoud
stood on the thlouthe southwest c Mrner rner of the moun mountains mountalnn mnount ¬
mrer
tains t brow hrw being visible tliioif t lmmomhout lmmomhoutmtshiImtgtonm hout houtWashington
thlothout thlothoutWAhllgtol
Washington WAhllgtol and ald on clear etar days da from frm British BritialColumbia Briish BriishColumbia BritishColumbia
Columbia Idaho and Oregon OregonThis OregonThis Oregonthis
This peak contained a crater crter severe severehundred several severalimundrud evcra
hundred hundrd feet tot in diameter dimeter in which mountain mountaiiclimbers mountainclmbr mountainclimbers
climbers clmbr have usually uaulr spent Spit the night nght 01 01tho on ontho ontime
tho mountain mountan top Sulphurous Sulphuru fumes tum anc ancsteam and andstnm andsteam
stnm steam are lre always rising from frm from this thL crater craterkeeping craterkeping craterkeeping
keeping keping It free tr from snow the year round roundHigher roundHigher roundHigher
Higher up the peak pak was always waY8 coverec coverecwith covered covercdwith coveredwith
with snow and ico IC The mountain has h8 t tglacial a aglaci aglacial
glacial glaci system comprising cmpring fifteen tt en distinct distinctglaciers dlstlnotglalen distinctgiaclers
glaciers glalen several svlral of thorn being on KB 1 south southcast southClt southeast
cast Clt slope slopeThe KlopeThe slopeThe
The earthquake earthquakl was felt at several points pointsthrough pit pointsthrough
through eastern eltern Washington on Tuesday Tuesdaynight Teday Tedaynight Tuesdaynighmt
night nightThe night nighmtThe
The breaking of Mount Rainier RinIer peak peakwan pllkWA peakwas
wan WA witnessed wlnele by State St te Senator Ruth of ofOlympia otOlympia ofOlympia
Olympia and George Gorge E Huggtns stock stockman stockman tk tkmal ¬
man mal owning ranges rangl at the southern base baseof baseof I Iof
of the mountain mountainThey mountainThey I ITey
They Tey werestartled werestted on Tuesday Tuesay morning morningby
by an earthquake eartquake shock ehok followed folowe by sounds soundssimilar lundl lundlIlmlar soundssimilar I
similar Ilmlar to the firing fring of heavy artillery artilleryThese artler artlerThese artilleryThese
These gradually gradualy increased Increa to a great gret roar roarLooking roarLooking
Looking Lking toward the thl mountain mountin they the ob ohserved observed ¬
served rrve that its Il southeastern lutheutern peak pak had hadbroken hadbroken
broken off or and was al tumbling tumblng down the theslope theSldes theslope
slope slopeSlides slopeSlides
Slides Sldes continued contnued ail al day In the after afternoon ater aternoon afternoon ¬
noon there ther was I a broad br d black streak Rtrek ofbare of ofbare ofbr
bare br rook rok where wber before btor Ice Ic and snow had hadbeen hadbel hadheemm
been bel piled plf Huggins and Ruth today todaytold todaytold
told what hlt they saw ew Loud Lud reports rprR were wereheard wereImeard I
heard her hundreds hundrs of miles mle away In eastern easternWashington eatAr eatArWashigton easternWashington
Washington Washigton They Tey were wer undoubtedlycaused undoubtedly undoubtedlycaused undoubtely undoubtelycus
caused cus by the he tumbling tumblni of the peak peakMount pk pkMount peakMount
Mount Rainier Rinier was discovered dlecor by Van Vancouver Va VaCIIer Vancouver ¬
couver CIIer in 1782 172 and ald wan named nmd for Rear RearAdimlral Rar RarAlmrlRlnir RearAdirnirmil
Adimlral AlmrlRlnir Rainier R N In rtoent rn year yearun yearscr1 ean
cr1 un Irl attempt at Jasbeen has bhn been road me to toaToltt toaTolttnmo o give it th thname tmname I
name nmo of mp Mount Mount M unt Taooma Taoml8pal Taoomaespeolali7byth Taoomaespeolali7bythpeople especially by bth bthpoplo th thpeople
people of onhe the cty of that name nameThe nameT nameThe
poplo
The T rival rl city Cty it of lt Seattle 8attevfi vigorouslyde vigorouslydefends vIg ualt de defende dofends ¬ I
fends the original orin name nf Mount Rainier Rainieris Rnllr
is 1 1452 14i28 mile 11 above aho the tho tlm sea la level and ad ii Ii
10000 10OlMt feet above its immediate immeltt surroundlegs surround surroundings urund urundIngl ¬
legs Ingl It II has several glaciers glacers and the as ascent Mcnt ascozit ¬
cent cnt is II difficult difficultMRS dlflult dlflultUl diff1uhtMItS
MRS Ul IIERZOfl URTOn ITVS 1 HER CASE CASEourt 4SE 4SErourt i6 i6COlrt
COlrt rourt ourt or Appeals ats Gives Iu 1 Her Ilr a Quarter QuarterInterest quartrrIntrreet QuarterInterest
Interest In Her Ilr Fathers Ultl Estate ttateIRAN EstateAinasr KiUteAuuNf
AuuNf IRAN Dec 18 18The The Court of Appeals Appealstoday Appuls Appealstoday i itoay
today bunded down a 1 decision deiKlon giving givingFanny ghlngFanny givingFanny
Fanny McComb Herzog n quarter Iuarer Interest InterestIn Interst InterstIn
In the estate of her father James Ja11R Jennings JenningsMcCorab Jennlnls Jennlnlslcmb JenningsMcComnb
McCorab lcmb who died In New ow York city inmfarclm in inMarch InIarch
March 1901 101 It I is i stated that 1100 1000000 IB IBinvolved laInolved isinvolved
involved In the decision dlcison Ono clause caus of the theMcComb theMoQmb the4aCumb
MoQmb McComb will wi gave her this quarter quarer interest interestliut Interst interestbut
hut a codicil coici cut Clt her hrr interest Int lt in II in the will wil in ina Incu incape
cu cape a she ee married larred Louis Herzog Herog a Phila Philadelphia Phi Philadelphmia a adelphll ¬
delphll delphia amulet aitUtJustice au amuletJustice 1st 1stJustIa
Justice JustIa Truax Trulx at Special Rptial Term in his de decision decision doision ¬
cision gave ga vo Sir r Herog Herzrg the quarter qun rtnr interest interestfirst Interet InteretIlt interestlrmmt
Ilt first provided provide for in the will wi wiILwhich which decision decisionwas dnt lou 1
was II reversed fetEt by U tho Appellate ppplntn Division Divisionrhe Ivilol Divisionrhe
rhe Court of Appeals today upheld uphelr Justice Justicerruaxs Ju JusticeFrmmaxs tlce I ITruas
Truas rruaxs decision decisionv dll decisionrix lnu i iOf
Of rix v HEXiir 1 KYD 1J K IHHGLAS DEAD DEADUs 1FIDIlls
11 Us Hide Rde of 103 Miles luln In 02 Won on lr emotion nnmtlonfor onllon onllonfor emotionfor
for himHsoansrowx Him HimHAOFRSTOWN
1m 1mIioFRITOW
HAOFRSTOWN IioFRITOW Md Id Dec D c 18Gen Henry HenryCyd ienryKyd
Kyd Douglas DouglR tho noted Confederate Confederte Gen Genral Genral Geimral
ral author Ilthor and sun jurist jUrKt died dir hurt hlI tonight tonightfter tonightafer tonightifter
afer fter a Ions tonl illness I In aged aged 60 6 years OII He was waax wasbrn wasorn
brn x orn > rn at Shepherdsown Sheplrd tuwn W V Vs and was wasrsdimted wastradmimitedmit Rt Rtgrduated
grduated tradmimitedmit rsdimted at lt Franklin Frank I I and Ind Marshall larllal College Collegeit Colgl I Iat
at it n 1 time t 1mB when hpn Jnmcs Jaml Buchanan afterward afterwardresident aferwar afterwardresiden
PrIpn resident of the th United lnled States was Ma a mom memMr mrmbcr momerotth
bcr Mr erotth of th > faculty facultyHe rlcu rlcule fmmcuml1 fmmcuml1lie
He le enlisted at Harpers Harprl Ferry Fprr in the Con Conrderate ContrdEratn Conrderate
trdEratn rderate Army rmr as n a I private prlvntf in Company Companyot B Bif Bif
ot if the noted Stonewall Stoneal Jackson Jacklon BrlgadlI Brigade BrigadeIn
I In took part in the battle btle of Bull Bul Run and andor andfor andor
par
for or his h bravery brvcry was waf promoted until unti he rose 1010 1010to
to 0 be I s I Captain CaptainIn Clptaln ClptalnIn
In March lrrh 18 tl 1812 < C hn h made a I ride of 103 miles milesn mil
In n order that Gen trn Fwell Fw1 might at once onc join joinJackson JoinJacklon joinrackson
Jacklon Jackson orer This Tis ride ridE became bcanw celebrated NlpbrtP in inlislory Inhllon iiimistors
lislory Horses lor were changed chanj five fe tunes tunesind tlII tlIIand timesnd
and hllon the thp ride ridE was Wit made through rain ri and andnud andmud andnud
nud On his hI return rtur he II was W8 promoted promot to tonspectorGenenil toInpctorEnnll tonapectorGenenmi
nspectorGenenil by 1 Stonewall StoQwai Jackson Jacksonvlth Jackonwith Jacksonvith
InpctorEnnll with whom whor he ht served in every battle btle At AtGettysburg AtGetvlburg Atettysiuurg
Getvlburg Gettysburg he was W8 seriously IInrloIB wounded wounde and andvas andwas andas
vas as ln in m prison prlon nine months monthsHU monthnHi nmontimsHis
HU Hi brigade was aA time la laqt t to surrender surrenderDouglas surrenderommglas urendr urendrDougll
Dougll Douglas was 18 wounded WOll1dld nine lino times tlml He Io was wasirrested W8 wasrrected
irrested while whil being 0 In taken tln to prison prison and nndnit andput andmit
nrrMte put nit In the penitentiary pniental I with the thf assassins assassinshrough Ilallnl assassinsbrought
through whom the thl murder mum PI of Lincoln was wasffected wal walrlctr wasifected
ffected A soldier Ioldlr who twice twll deserted desertedaid dlprtl desertedaid
rlctr
Kal aid hn h saw aw Douglas talk with wih Booth Both tho thoiBHnhsin thonM8n theusmmsslmi
nM8n iBHnhsin ln of Lincoln The ThE deserter lr erler proved proveda lirovedfraud
a 1 fraud frud and ant Douglas 10ullal1al wan released releasedtEATH releasedEtTII
mtTl tEATH IXSTEAIt Isn OF GOOD WD CHEER CHEERtoman II EER EERlonhan fRj fRjoman
toman oman Killed llId by h Train Tain With lh Her tpr Arms ArmsFilled ArmsFIiItd
Filled FII nitli 11 ltlm airliftm rbt maR s Gift GiftWiih cf liftsith I
With ith her head bundled in a 1 shawl to toirolect totOtovt i iprotet
protet irolect her htr from frm the biting cold and Rld her hermis lieI liarrums I IIrml
Irml rums filled fled with Christmas ChrtmlM bundles Mrs Mrsllchael Mrslichael Irl Irllchel
llchael lchel Manton Intol of Sayvillo Sylo L I I was wastruck wastruck I IHtruck
truck and Instantly IUltlnl killed kiled by a westbound westboundxpress noatboundxpress ostboundexpll
expll xpress while hio she Hht was crossing cro8lnl tho tracks tracksf trackl
ot f the th Lone LonA Island Illall Railroadnear Rlroadnar her home homeesterday homeyesteray homeesterday I
yesteray esterday morning Her ho hod body < iy was wat thrown thrownome thrwn thrwnIome thrownDma
Iome Dma distance diotnt from the track but escaped escapednut c8ped
mutllaton mutllatonIt nut miti ilation ilationIt lationIt I
It is thought that thAt the th shawl sha11 she wore woreround worl worlaround woreround
round her head deadened the round lund of thepproachlnz th thpproachlng the theapproaching
approaching train She Rhl Is II i survived Iurvlvr by byer byher byer
her er husband hu and two sons fnkMarln Martin Manton Mantoni Maton MatonIlawer Mantonlawyer
i bn i n i Brocidyrm r ll J nAt l llantonexpress
Ilawer lawyer who Ivtln lives in Bro In and Patrick PatrickJanton Patricklanton
Janton lantonexpress ulre6 express agent at Bayport Bayportrho Baypr bayportMany
Many ot the pssen r Abrd aboard the train trainwho trainhmo
who hmo learned leared learner of p8Menlr tho accident acident had not recov recovred rOy rOyor recosred
red from trm tho shock whenas whrnl the train was wasowing WMpllnl wasmueuiumg
or owing throughWoodsldeon Wodlde 01 tho outskirts outskirtsf
pllnl
of f Long thrUgh island City Clr the thl locomotive broke brokex brke brokemose
101 x mose > se IUI from the th train The To automatic automato air airrakes all airrakes
bmkl rakes on the detached dltaehelclon section of the train trainroughl trin trainrotght
broujht roughl the tie cars cr to a 1 euddon Sldron stop ItOP and con conIderable cn cnslderRbl eonderabie
until it wassunset I
Iderable excitement Icltement prevailed prEale unti wan wanamed M MIIar
IIar > sunset that no one won injured Inju d
I LIPTOX LITTON READY nFDI TO TRY TR 0MN AG4Thlies 4fi4f 4fi4fIlia 0MNIn
lies In Written Wrlten to New Temtsorkachi York ork Yacht aht Club Abott Abotta bout bouta
a Shamrock IV IVHpcctal npcclal lsSpecial
Special pcclal Cable Dcipntclt Dopalcl la Tint TiE SUN SUNLONDON SUNlANDN SunLONDON
LONDON lANDN Dec 18 ISTho Tho presentation preentat0n of ofsilver ofsilver a aIIlver
silver IIlver service the gift of the Anericapeople America Americapeople Americanpplo
people pplo to Sir Thomas Lipton took plac placthis plac placthis plaothis
this evening at the Hyde Park Plrk Hotel Therwere Ther Therewere Therwere
were 200 20 guesti gUet1 present H Clay Evans Evansthe Evansthe Evansthe
the American Aericn ConsulGeneral here presided presidedSir prlldd prlldd81r
Sir Thomas made a humorous AngloAmerican Anglo AngloAmerican Angloerlcan
American erlcan alliance alianc speech Hllh culminating culminatng culminatingtime wit witthe with
the statement that tho AngloSaxons AngloSxons wen wenthe WOlthe elo elothe
the peacemakers pacemacer of the world orld and there therefore tharefor therefore
fore for according aoooring to Scriptural assurance assurancethey alsuranc alsurancthey assurancethey
they would Inherit the earth eartimHe earthHe carthHe
He added that If nobody noboy else el e challenge challengefor chalenged chalengedtor
for the Americas Amerlcis Cup lie might might be b tempter templetto tmptd
to try the luck of a fourleaved tOlrIMVEd Shamrock ShamrockIn Sham rock rockIn
In fact ho had already written wrltll to the Nov NcvYork NcwYork Novork
York ork Yacht Club on the subject lubjet but but timerhad then thenhad therohnd
had not yet pt been hEon time for fqr 7r him to recelvi recelvia
a I reply replyGeorge lepl leplGerge I IGeorge
George Gerge A lormack Cormlcl secretary Mecretar of lhNew lh the thee thuNew
New e York Yacht Club said last night nlJht thai thaino thatno thano
no letter leter had been received le < lvO from Sir SiiThomas SirThomM SitThomas
Thomas ThomasThere ThomMThere ThomasThere
There is a foreign mall mal due tomorrow tomorrowsaid tomorrosid tomorrowsaid
said sid Mr lr Cormack and we may get hit hitletter hisletter hiiletter
letter then thenMILLIOXS thenIUOS thenIIILLIOXS
MILLIOXS IUOS POPE POP LEO I O LEFT LEFTCardinal urrCrdtnal lJ1TCardinal
Cardinal Crdtnal Gotll otl Turn Trnl Over MftOOOOC MftOOOOCto
to Plus X XSpecial Xlpeo Npeaat
Special lpeo Ciblt Despatch Dtpafcl to THE THa stx stxROME sc scHOME LZ LZHOME
HOME Dec 18Cardlnal 18 Cardinal Gotti Gott delivered deliveredto delvered delveredto
to Pope Pop Pius X today tody 34000000 3400 lire lr which whichthe whichtbe whichthe
the late Popo Leo XIII XII gave him in trust trustfor trust trustfor
for his successor SUCOor to be delivered delvered within withinfour withintour withintour
tour months after the to lato Pontiffs Pontifs death deathAbout deat deathAbout
About 9000000 900 more were found behind behindthe bhind bhindthe behindthe
the books bokf in his private library libraryAccording lbmry lbmryAcring libraryAccording
According Acring to the Tribune Cardinal Carinal Gotti Gottiand Ootl Ootland Gottiand
and Mgr Igr Marzoltni Iarzolnl Pope Pop Leos Los secretary secretarywere
were alone aware of Leos possession p0lllon of ofmoney otmony ofmoney
money Pope Pop Leo Lo enjoined the strictest strictestsecrecy strlctcstsrecy strictestsecrecy
secrecy regarding It until four months monthsafter monthaater monthsafter
srecy reparlnR unt
after ater his death leaving Itavlng its Il disposal to toCardinal toCardinl toCardinal
Cardinal Cardinl Oottls fottl discretion discreton If he wore elected electedPope olectedPop electedPope
Pope Pop otherwise otherle he was to hand it over to tothe totbe tothe
the new Pope Pop The Tlo fortune tortun hold by Car Cardinal Cardinal Cardinah ¬
dinal Gotti Gott was in foreign forign bonds bond whiie whle the thehoard thehoard timehoard
hoard in tho library Ihrary tho discovery dicover of which whichwas whichwal whichwas
was wal accidental aidental is II in gold old coin The Inci Incident Inc mcident ¬
dent is regarded rglerat as clearing c < urng up the mystery mysteryof myster mysterot
of the supposed suppnd disappearance dieappelrac of the Vati Vatican Vat Vatcan Vatican ¬
can moneys moneysWOMEX moneysWOUEV moneysWOIILW
WOMEX VOTED FOR ORIROn LABOR MEX MEXTheir I1ENTheIr
Their Trlr Influence Infnenee Shown In inthe the Result of the theAustralian theDtran theAustralian
Election ElectionsSpdal ElectionSfiidal
Australian Dtran Eroton ErotonSpla
Sfiidal Spla Cablt Ca Despatch Dptc1 la TB Tl Ts SUM SUMMELBOURNE 51 80wMELBOWINE
MELBOURNE MELOtRNE Dec D IS 18The The Federal Oeml eleo eleotiona eleo eleolions
lions Uon have hcve just jut been ben concluded cnclue A feat feature fet feture feature ¬
ure of o 0 the te vote yot c45 la I I the suocesa o of of he Labor Labcparty Laborpartyit
partyit party it joint strength ItreQh in i the Senate 8t am amHOUM aDd andHouse
prY jit having been In Increased Increased
House Houot1pttUve of offleprcaent4ttves R preaentatlvea hvll b I
Cee creased from 24 to t 28 8 member meb6 This Ti i iattributed i is isattributed
atrlbule attributed largely lrgel to Jhe he Introduction IDt uolon o ofemale of offemale f ffele
female fele suffrage suffrageThe eue eueT suffrageThe
The T members meb of the th Labor for party an anmainly 8r 8rminly aremainly
minly mainly protectionists proteolonit They Tey aim to increase In Incream Increl
cream crel tho tariffsagainst tarllsagalJt foreiea foreigner but at atthe atthe atthe
the name lme time tme they do not favor a reduc reduction reuc reucton reduction ¬
ton tion in I favor ta 01 of Grout Britain BritainARXKGIES BritaincmnG1 BritainC4flEGIES
cmnG1 ARXKGIES ART RT ADVISER DEAD DEADrimrlcs DE4DChal1 IE41Charles
Chal1 Charles Mellrlde 3ieflrideSciliptor Hculptor hose 10 the theIronmasters thrIronmastrr thelronniasters
Ironmasters Pictures Picturesfprclfll IIcturcpSpcLat trturl
fprclfll Cable obl able Despatch Dupacl lo THE TE Srv SrvKDlNiiuncw WmEDtNlmuaamr
KDlNiiuncw EDlmunon 1 Dec DE 18 ISCharle 18Charles Charles McBride McBridethe McJrldp McJrldpthe McBridetime I
In recent recentrears recentyears I Iyear
the sculptor Rllptnr died dl here her today
year years rears ho was 1a art adviser a dviler to Mr Andrew AndrewCarnegie AndrewCarnegie I ICarnegie
Carnegie who intimated him with tho pur purchasing purhasing ¬
chaing chasing of his hil pictures picturesDOXT piotur pioturDtT picturesD0tT
DOXT DtT RISE n1m VTIL VNTi UNTIL CAR STOPS STOPStourt sioisCourt I
Court Decide UIldt That T If Passenger llncer Does 001 So Soand Soammet I Iand
and Is Injured It I II Ills 11 Own Fault FaultWiiiiam FanltWilliam Faul FaulWilom
I Itoalshlp
William Wilom Ode w fcud second > cond engineer enginer of the theteamshlp thesteamship
steamship toalshlp Scotia Sti of the Hamburg Hambug Ameri Amerian I Ican
can an Line who ho sued IIlpd sued the Lackawanna Lckawanna Rail Raiload Hal hailread i irod
rod read oad for 10000 100 damages dAmagtl was nonsuited nonsuitedn non ulted I
In n the Supreme Suprme Court Jersey Jo City Ciy yester yesterlay yesterda yesteriay
I Ijle
da lay
layHe He jle was 1 a passenger Jallnger on Oi a train from frol New Xewirk Newirk ew ewnk
nk irk nnd nd arose 101 from his seat Bat M a conductor conductoralled rnductor rnductorced conductormlled
alled out olt All Al out for New York He Heras II IIWRII Hewas
of tho thoi thocr thear
was thrown thro by a sudden ludden lurching
cr i ar r and was 11 InjuredJustice injured injuredJustice Injurd InjurdJUIUc I
Justice JUIUc Dixon held that a I passenger passengerrho plnger passengerwho i iho I
who ho left his hmi Heat at before bforo a train trai reached reachedils rRhed rRhedhis
his destination detlnalon destinatlondid did so I at lt his own risk riskHOOK rk riskrj I ISIOOl
SIOOl rj HOOK HOUSES 10SE SS MILES 1 AWAY AWAY3lneh ArAv12Inch I II I12lneh I
3lneh Disappearing mlafrln Guns at Entrance Kntranreof tntrRnl i iof
of Mobile Inhll Bay na Tested TestedMonttK Tltl TltlMOIHF TestedMoymumr
MonttK MOIHF Ala Ia Dec 18 11To 18The The 12inch dis disppearlng riRj riRjRppesrlng disippearing I
ppearlng guns lnl stationed Itationf at Fort Jor Morgan Morpnnt Iornn Iornnat i
at t the thl entrance of Mobile Bay were w re tested testedoday ttrdtoday testedoday
oday in the thf presence prlnce of a number nwber of ofirominent ofpromlnpnt ofroniinent
irominent army officers o ers including District DistrictCommander tilstrlotonimandor lsrlot
Commander Taylor who came from At Atanta Atlanta Atants I
lanta ants Ga GaThe GaThe I
The detonations dptonalon from the guns were Wfre so soicavy 10 someavythmut I Iheaythnt
heaythnt icavy thnt houses hou in this thi timiscity city ctr twentyeight twentyeightniles twentyelpht twentyelphtmil
shaken In tho extremeoumthfmn extreme extremeout
mil niles away an were I Illthpt
out oumthfmn llthpt hern end of the thl city etr person peron ran out outif outof omitif
of if their thrlr houses in alarm thinking that thathey thathey I Ithy
hey had felt earthquake shocks shocksFIREMAX Ihocks Ihocksnn shockspiniiii
FIREMAX nn 1U v IIADLY IUIUI ILl llII HURT HURTIrooklyn IlnT IlnTOrookln Ill 1 T T1rooIdn
Irooklyn llciilen Itellpiant Iteiltermint nt Falls I aiil Three Tlrl Stories StoriesWhile ltorlra StorieslItmilo I IWhie
While Whie FlRhtliiR t htlnJ a Tenement niae niaeLieut BiaftLieuit ut utLllnt
Lieut Lllnt John Freel Fr1 of Engine 109 10 ii fell tol three threelories thrt thrtIItoriel threetories
IItoriel lories from a fire Iro escape l CRp while whie nt work workt ork orkat
at Li t n fire tro in the tenement at M > 4 Washington Washingtonivonue Washingtonaonl
aonl venue Brooklyn roklrn late latl last night He williroiably will willirobably 11 11prohabl
irobably die dieThe chicThe e eThl
The Thl fire gutted tho building hliding and drove droveiiil droeout droveitit
I In
iiil six families familiesFIRE familiesFIRE
FIRE n famlr IX 1 FACTORY RUILDIXG RUILDIXGiarly 1t lttILIIGari JW I IIrl
Irl iarly ari MornliiK Iorlur Maze laze Wreck the Ih Structure Structureat truetlre I Ia
at a 40 Clllf Clr lilT Street StreetA Mtretfr
A A fire fr which whlth started Iturted shortly horl after afer mid midilght midnight midight
night this tl n morning moring in the four fOlr story Itnry factory factoryMO tator tatornt factoryt
nt MO t 40 Cliff CII street stft wrecked wrcled the building luldlnl and andJd ant antIUd andin
IUd in Jd damage estimated IItlmat at about but 1100 10000 ioOooThe 10000The
The first l t floor foor was 8 as occupied ocuphd by b Donnelly Donnellyi Donnlly DonnllyIerrt IonnoilyMerritt
i Merrill Ierrt electrical engineers Russell RUII Russelltoll A Aitoll
toll manufacturers manutacturef of nKnpn electrical eletrical fixtures fixturesnd tXtUr tXtUrInd
Stol Ind nd marine mlrne lamps lamp were werl on the second secondoor Iond Iond10nr secondor
oor while the other two floors foor were 1er oc ocupied occUle ocupled
10nr upied bv b S Kdward tdwa Eaton t k Co electrical electricalnd eletrcal eletrcaland
cUle
and nd mechanical mfhanlcll engineers engineersXo enginer enginerSI
Xo SI Hon lon for Mayor Bam Jones JeneTOLEDO Jone JoneTOLDO JonesTotvpo
TOLEDO TOLDO Ohio Dec DeiSMyr 18 iLMayor Mayor Sam Sm Jones Jonesrlth Jons Jonswih Jonesnih
cut out the Hon Honi HonIn
rlth a penknife today
wih In i front 1 pnknlte of his name todY In the chart chr of city cityfflclols ciy ciyofclal8 cityifictals
ofclal8 ofclal8Time fflclols fflclolsTim ifictalsllama
Tim Table Notice Notc Laeawaau Laekawaana Ralrad RalradThre UallroadThere Ballraad BallraadThf
There Thf re will h ho no paelrar paasensr pau of ir UtllanJe trsinaersiee train aervlt trm from Ne New Newor ew ewark
ark or Thre Ui Newark 1 b blWff bewecn lwecn a A M and 4 I a P M l SUbXdfccmbrr SUb Sunay
YOr ay 1 December 1 Scwal soth tb h a111 account moving dAwbndro dAwbndronr drwbrjdreAdIr drawbrtdro drawbrtdrovidr
vidr vidrllrotbernood Xdfccmbrr AdIr AdIrprouberbood
llrotbernood nr bubod Ca CbenipagflWeVet Ctiam parleNenr paint Never a debtor4e debtor4ea 4ebtrA 4ebtrAtc debtor A >
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GORMANS FIGHT FIHT ON PANAMA PANAMAtSlt PANAMAlSIO
tSlt IIOAItSSrEECHASA 10AtS PBFCI MEAXS MEAXSOF
OF 0 UXITIXG DEMOCRATS DEMOCRATSThe flornt T TThe
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The Administration dllnlstrlton Amazed miled and ladlE Indignant Inclr Inclrnant ladlEnant ¬
nant at the Course COlro of the tl Massachusetts MasitchuiettiSenator MassachusettsSenatorIf lllnchuletl lllnchuletlenatorIf
Senator enatorIf If the Democrats Slant Stanl To ToKelher Togeilmer 0 0ther
Kelher ther They 1le Thie Can Cal Defeat Vlret the Ratifi Ratification Rtl Rtlralon Bairncation ¬
ralon cation of the Paimma lIIRa Canal Cana Treaty TreatyWASHINGTON Tet TetWA8I0TON TreatyVAsirmNoroN
WASHINGTON WA8I0TON Dee De is 18nalor Senator Gorman Gormanthe Oorman J Jtime
the Democratic Democrato leader of the Senate Senat baa boswith ba bawih baawith
with wih his hit usual ulul shrewdness shrwdnt8 promptly prompty seized seizedupon size seizedupon
upon tho remarkable relnrkable speech pech delivered delhere yes yesterday ye yeterday yesterday ¬
terday by Senator Hoar In II criticism crltol m of the theattitude theatludo theattitude
attitude atludo of the Administration AdmlnlltraUon on the thePanama tht 3 c cPananma
Panama question qUllton to aid 111 him him in his task of oflining otlning Ij I Iilmmimmg
lining lning up thu timcDenmocratlc Democratic Dlmocrllc side silo of tho thoSeDlt thoSermate thoSermateagainst Senate Senateagainst
against Oiailst the thl Presidents PI ltolt policy policyTho 10Ie 10IeThc ioIicIimo
Thc indignation Ildlltlou and uld iftonltjlimeiit toul hmelt at the thecourse theCUl6 i icoulrmde
course CUl6 of the Massachusetts MasHchett Senator are ar not notconfined nottnlnlJ notcemiflimed
confined tnlnlJ to the Senutu Helutu chamber chrlnhl The Presi President Prl PrldEnl Presicieimt ¬
dent dEnl the tle t lie iiimnburit Iwlhe1 mmmciii hmcs of tlieCuliiiiitund the t lie Clh mm iii wt und U rd Repub Republicans HeplbIcans hteptmblicans ¬
licans Icans generallyarcsimplynmuzedutit genETI arc simply amuzed at It Time ThoPresident Choresldent m mIresidenmt
President is 10 evidently eldllly worried worled at lt the effect effectthe efet effectthe l lthe
the Senators spwcli have at home homeand
Senutorl llch may I hOIp hOIpand m mand
and abroad H His is not 10 going Iollg too far to say saythat MYthat J Jthat
that dome 80le members memhel of time Administration Administrationfear Admlnlstraton Admlnlstratontl
fear tl > ar that the people pople of oj Colombia will w1 accept acceptthe aCCpt aCCptthe acceptthe
the Massachusetts Iaschuset Senators Senatorl denunciation denunciationof
of the acts of his Government Gocrmen as a a correct correctinterpretation crrect crrectInterpretation correctinterpretation
interpretation of popular opinion In Inth the theUnited I IUnited
United Unied Stales Slat and will wi use I nme e It as u I justifica justification ju jmmatification tllca tllcaton ¬
ton tion for firing trn upon American lolau troops troopl should shouldthey shouldthey shouldthey
they attempt Itempt to repel the invasion IIuMlon of the theIsthmus thsIsthmus theIsthmus
Isthmus IsthmusMr IsthmusIr J JMr
Mr Ir Hoars Uoar speech tpch was II a I lucky thing for fortho fortho fortimo
tho Democrats Dlmocrtl in more ways YII than tll one Mr MrGorman I i C Cormnn
Gorman ormnn had just Ult succeeded after afer weeks eks of ofconference orconferEnce i iconference
conference conferEnce and caucusing cuculng in forcing forcingthrough fOlcnl c j jthrough
through his resolution f > pledging pl > dglng the Demo Democrats Dcme Democrata ¬ I
crats cratl of the Senate to stand together In sup support sup ¬ I Iport
port of any caucus cUCUI action approved npJroved by two twothirds twothlrd twothirds
thirds thlrd of the th Democratic Senators the only onlyexception onlyoxcptlon onlyexception
exception oxcptlon being in cases calll where wher the indi individual Ind ¬ i ividual
vidual conscience cnBclnec of any ny Senator SCltor should shouldimpel shouldimpel houldImpl
impel Impl him to pursue pUlle an Independent course courseThis COUrs j jLhis
This hl > resolution rlutlol taken at its iR exact elt worth worthmeans wrth wrthmeanl i imeans
means meanl that tht twentytwo Democratic Democrto Sonators Son Senators Sn SnMor ¬
ators Mor by standing Itndlng together can cn defeat dote the tharatification therattcton j
ratification rattcton of the Panama Pnall Canal Cana treaty treofyThe traty tratyTle treatyTIme 14
The Tle proposition propiton is plain pllil There Tero are ar ninety ninetymembers nlntv nlntvmtmber ninetymembers
members mtmber of the Senate Snate fiftyseven tftysven of whom whomare whln whlnar whomare
are ar Republicans publcn > and anr thirtythree thirtythr Demo Democrats Delo Delocrats ¬ t tcrats
crats TwothirdsofthtrtythreoIsutwoty TwothirdsofthtrtythreoIsutwotytwo Twothirds Twothird of otthlrtthr thirtythree is II twonty twontytwo twoQtrtwo
two Twothirds of the total totl membership membershipof membrip membripof
of the Senate Snat In II sixty sity Sixtyone llxtyono votes vots are aretherefore 1re 1rethlrtor aretherefore
therefore thlrtor required rquird to ratify a I treaty and andIf MadIf nr
If i twentytwo Democrats Demorate should Ihould force for a aresolution aresolution
resolution reluton through thrugh the caucus CUI opposing opposingratification OPPlil opposingratification
ratification rtfcton the thirtythree thlrtythr Democrats Democratswould Dmocral Dmocralwould Democratswould
would be compelled cmpled to vote vot for it leaving leavingthe leaVnj leavingthe
the Republicans publcM three thr votes short Ihor of the thenecessary thenoery thenecessary
noery necessary twothirds twothirdsThere twothlrd twotimirdsThere
There Tr are ar many my Democrats Dmorts Mr Gorman Gormanbeing GOnn GOnnbig Gormanbeing
being big one of them who wh profess prf 08 to favor favorthe laTorthe favorthe
the building budng of an a Isthmian 1thmln canal cnal but b t this thiidoes thl thisdoes
dos does not make mke Impracticable Imprctcble the t Senators Senatorsplan Sur Surpl Brnmatoraplan
plan pl of lining Ihing up ul the party pry against 8at jtho jthorecognition the thorgiton therecognition
recognition rgiton of the new Panama Pa Republic BepubUciand Rpbo Rpboad Republicand
ad and in i favor lavr of olor compelling lng the t Pri PresIdent tt to tocarry tocarry
carry out the te terms of f the Spooneract Spooneractand
c ou tr tbeSpnerat tbeSpneratand
and count cttr construct ruct the canal cn by bytheI the Nicaragua Nicaraguarout NIargguatreatyfih u
rout ruhw r having taUwMomtlw wm tnMtjMrtth tnMtjMrtthColombia treatyfihColombia
Colombia Clomb ColombiaThe 0 tj tjThe
The Te Democrats Dort in Congress CongressOaderehip lindrfhV lindrfhVReadership t
Readership derhlp of Senator Snatr fnCCi Gorman aia arsen arsendeavoring are 1M isn isndeavothig ¬
deavoring devorg to find tnd on a issue 1e upon Up which whichto Joli Jolito
to fight fght the Presidential Prsdentld campaign aimpaignyear oftieit oftieityear one oneyer
year yer Mr 1r Gorman Oonna does dO cmpg not think tik th thtariff the thetar tbstariff
tariff tar question quclton affords nor the Democrat Dmort an anissue sumissue
issue MUI although alhough Representative RoprfEmttv Williams Williamsleader WDUal Williamsleader
leader of tho Housi Democrats Domorta think it itdoes Itds Itdoes
does The Republican Hppublcn leaders leader however howererlolleve hoTr hoTrbeleve howeverbelieve
beleve believe that the tariff tarll U L tho only issue lue upon uponwhich upn upnhlch uponwhelm
which hlch tho Democrats Democrt can can stand etand and ad they theyme theynlo theyale
me endeavoring endeavornl to force foro their political politicalopponents polto politicalopponemmts
opponents to acknowledge Icknowlld e this fact factThe fact factThe
The Democrats Democrts Iorno rats in Congress CongreK are ar divided dividedand dvldd dvlddand dividedand
and there ther are several 8erl questions Cuestons each of ofwhich orwhich ofwhich
which presents prsnts attractions attrotols as an a issue Iseueto l6u8 l6u8to issueto
to various Senators Snators and Ind Representatives RepresentativesSenator Ueprsentatvel RepresentativesSenator
Senator Hnator Carmack of Tennessee TInnes and his hisfriends hisfrends hisfriends
friends frends think thik for instance Instanc that the thl postal postalfrauds Istl1 Istl1frauds postsfrauds
frauds furnish furish un issue ilfu notwithstanding notwithstandingthey notwlhltandlng
they have been ben exposed expolFl by a 1 Republican Republicanadministration Ipuhlcn Ropubhicaimmudmnimmistration
administration admlniltrton and ad that somo of Urn mast mastnotorious mostnotorlou8 moatnotorious
notorious of thn til grafters prafer are 11 Democrat DemocratSenator Ixmoont 1emocratsSenator
Senator Snator Tilltnan Tilman thinks them is I an al isstm isstmin Ilu Issmnsin
in the Wood Woor ood case CIRl time th ntiinent M llUent of thn thncountry th timcountry
country cOlntlV having haII1 i o unanimously InanlmouAly taken takenthe fklu fkluthllr takemitime
the thllr ground und that thlt tim President Prlsldlnt had no right rightto rght rghtto
to promote prornte Gen 011 iemm Wood over 011 time ho heads hMW nf nfmoro 01mor ofmorn
moro mor deserving ds rvlul army A rn officers o fc Il Senator SenatorBacon Sntor SntorBarn SenatorBacon
Bacon Barn of Georgia Geogi I hike 1k6 Rnpresentativa RnpresentativaWilliams Ropr RapresentativaWililmtmmms entath entathW
Williams W I hl ni favors fl Of making makilg n figlit fght on lh lhold tl the theold
old question queltlon of the th tariff tarf but appaieritly appaieritlythero appatenty appamentlythem
them thlro are few Democrat Dpmocrtf who agree nro wJUi wJUithem wit wltAithem
them II them < m as to the wisdom wildo of ff such notion notionIn Acton ActonIn actionIn
In the first frlt political poltical debute dphltf that thlt shall shallirise thR1 shellarise
nr arise e after tho holiday recess TP8S the Ihl Republi Republican Republ ¬
can nn leaders tlnpl will wi point out nlt that time th only onlyleRltimate on ommtyImgitirmiate
leRltimate 11 ltllat issue 181ul for th < Democrats lolocralf Is II the thstariff th thtaril c cariiT
tariff taril and will wi challenge chllNlgn them I ii unm to fight fightnext fght fightnext
next years ear campaign cnmpal on this issue 18U aIorm aIormIt 110
It I is 1 concede cel by 11 many mln of the Ih most mOlt In Influential Infuential Influential ¬
fuential fluential Democrats Dfloert8 that that their party Jars Itar Itarnot dareriot Jarsnot
not go on record rr as at opposed oppoAi to the con conit on ontnlction contrimctinn
it tnlction met ion of nn mm Isthmian canal but they theythink theythink theyhink
think there thlro is II good od campaign camplgn material materialin mater1 mater1inthl
inthl in mm the suddenness luddenl with wih which tho Panama PanamaRepublic Pama Pamanlpublo Pararnsitepubhio
nlpublo Republic was M set 111 up and nld tho alacrity alacrlty with withwhich mthwhllh ith ithhirhm
whllh which it woo 1 acknowledged by the United UnitedStates Unite Unitedhates
Stntll States StatesSenator hatesSenator
Senator Gorman forman recognizes regnlzPI that he has hasHummed hn hnlume hastreumect
lume Hummed a herculean herulean task t 8k in undertaking undertakingo underakng underakngto
to o make uke the twothirds twothlrl rule nlo operative operllve In a aDemocratic a aDemocratic
Dpmocratc Democratic caucus CalCtl and 111 as I he has hf had hadirwvious ha hadrsvjotms
IUtwious irwvious experience in handling hmlng the Demo Demoiratlo Deo Deourto Demoratio
urto ratio Senators natorl he fully tul underotands undertandl the trmlelicacy th thdelcac thelehicacy
delcac lelicacy of the case He knows knws that there thereire ther therIr themire
Ir ire a 1 certain cerain number of Democrats 1omocras who whonever will willicver wiltiever
never consent cnRlt to ho H > bound bund by a a caucus caucusigreement calOIR calOIRaprpmen caimnusigreement
aprpmen igreement As Al Democratic Dcmocratc commander commandernchief cmmader cmmaderInhlet commandernchief
nchief in 11 the th Senate Hnae he 111 mn is II hiindlcappsd hiindlcappsdy hnntlcappt hnntlcappthy
hy my > y the fact tat that hU hle army nrm contains mutRlnl fewrivates few fewirlvates fe feprlateR
irlvates Nearly Nrarl all al want to be officers officersind ocer ocerRnd oicerIt
ind It requires reuireI all al of the thl lenders 1llpr political politicalngenuity pltlral pltlralIngnlity politicalngcnmiity
Ingnlity ngenuity to make them stnnd together togetherind tgothel tgotheland togetlmemmmmcl
and fight fpht as Al one man manThe manThe nmanTime
The success 8lcceR of Mr h Gorman plan to tonako 10mako tommako
nako a campaign campalrn issue I IB out of the ques quesions qimesIons 115 115tions
ions that will wl come cme before blfor Congress CnprIA in in inlext Ihnext tha thamext
next two months monthl depends altogether alogethpr on oniln onhlA onits
hlA its ability obl to t6brn t6bdng bring forward proposition propositionvhlch rrpslon rrpslonwhich prepositionsstitch
which the conscience onflence of Democratic Dcmocratlc Sena Senaors Henator Senaore
tor ors will 11 allow allw them to make subject Ibjet to the thewolhlrds th thtwothirs thewotlmircha
twothirs wolhlrds caucus calCUA rule nIlf There Tlre l is a very veryiromlnent ierv iervirominent en enprominent
prominent If I in the problem and no ono onoippreclates on onapprlatol oneppreciates
apprlatol ippreclates that fact more keenly kenly than thanIr tha thaMr thanir
Mr > Ir Gorman GormanPAXAMA Gora GoraPA GormanPAAMA
PAXAMA PA A POLICY ATTACKED ATTACKZDnater ATTACKEDnator ATTACKEDSnatn
Snatn nator Daniel Advocate Adoeatl the Hoar loar Renw RenwIntlon R Reseslotion
lotion IntlonWASHINGTON luUonWARINGTON lotionWABit1NOTo
WASHINGTON WARINGTON Dec 18 lBTe 18The The Hoar Hor reto retolion rJ rpoition
luton lion inquiring Inquirg into the Panama PaaA situation situationaa Itton Ittonwa
wa aa discussed dllou6 today In the te Sonata Bnate by byIr byMr byfr
Mr Ir Daniel Daiel Dom Dm Va He had hd hardly hardlylogun hr1 hr1beg hardlyOUfl
beg logun OUfl his hs remarks rmarks when Mr Cullom Culo Rep RepU Rp RpIl
Il U interrupted itrptd suggesting suggestng that reference referenceo terO I
t o the treaty try treatymight might mht not be b bofeir fair far in i view v of ofho oftho j jho
tho ho fact fat that tt the t treaty tty baa not r yet bsea bseaI fca
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