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J G e THESUNSATURDAy 1i lSUN SATURDAY iDEC DECEMBER BE tJ9 1D > 1903 3 I
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1 considered o by tho Committee Comml tee on Foreli ForeliRelations Forelrn ForelrnRelations ForeliflelfttionB
Relations RelationsMr
Mr Daniel called attention to tho fa fathat fact factthat Mithat
that tho treaty had been made public nn nnthat and andthat arthat
that ho had a right to discuss It in ope opevession o op opp l1n l1nZ >
p vession It he liked lie proceeded proC < l ed to mak maksarcastic make makelarcltlo ma maiiarCMtlO
Z sarcastic larcltlo allusionsto alulloJt th the rapidity rplrlty of the dr drvelopments dnveopment Ii Iive1oprnent3
velopments veopment at Panama Pan Jlr BunatiVarill BunatiVarillhe DunauYaria DunauYariabe
be characterised ehaatlriz as I a a nrnaD man who ho hud playe playemore plae plaemor playcl4
appearing in re recent reo reont nui
than any actor
l4 more mor parta actr apparln
ui cent < nt years yearsMr yenr yearsMr
Mr Ir Daniel said Mir iid that ho need not nt bo b re reminded remlndf TImindd
minded mlndf that thlt ho should not eliscUAs disll the treat treatny teaty teatyany
4 any ny moro amply than it had already bee beediscussed hel helroul beeijisougeed
discussed in banquet banqutt halls hal and on the huB huslings hustIng huBing
roul ings Ing by representatives rcpr8ntatl of the Administra Administratton Administration Adminstron
tton ttonPeace tionPIC on onPeace Peace PIC with ih honor hOlor was wa aR the thl proper propr idei ideiif idel idelf idet
t 4f if f the American AmerlCD Governrnnnt in Mr Ir r Darleis Dar DaniIl Da DaeI
leis eI opinion The action ncton of ofPreBkIontCtevI ofPreBkIontCtevIJand President Clove Cloveland CIweJand
Jand iIl In tho Chicago hIcag strike Itrlko nnd of PrcidetJcKthoy Preeider PreeiderJJcKlflloy Pr0ldEnt Pr0ldEntK
JJcKlflloy eKlloy in trying to prevent war with withl witi wit witHpaJn
i < l K HpaJn were WErn examples of thn ideal use uirnL4 c cexecutive of ofxeut
fpn
L4 executive iecutIvoq xeut Authority AuthorityI nuthorlt nuthorltI
q I take with a grain min of salt fl a1t said Mi MiPanicl Mri MPanIel
i Panicl Dalcl tho horrible horrble vision lifted lted up t tthe b bthe by byf
f the te Assistant AfIatant Secretary Scetary of State in hi hiXew hi hifv
Xew fv York speech a an published phI8hlln In the prep prepwith prepsih pretwith
1 with ih the headline hlllne Worldwide War which whtcwas whicha whicas
threatened on account of tho wituatio wituatioat
was a as thrcatelcd 01 nIOlnt aiuaton aiuatona
at Panama The Assistant ARs tnnt Secretary Secretarytato c cStato ot otSato
a Stato Sato tato and the thf MiniMer lnlRtcr from Panama spoka IjOkthough poke pokethoulh
a though thoulh they feared a with wldl open renubli renubliae rfnubl rfnublu renubilithough <
ae though some ROIO prodigious prodhtolR Tammany wer werto weretc werto
to take tak possession of the Government Governmentami Governmelt Governmeltalli Governmerraed
ami alli they thl hook their red rl < l lights lghts as ni a wnrn wnrnlag wnr wnrl wnrrtag
lag to nil men menTho menThe
l The 110 Hoar 01111 resolution relutonmoroly resolutionmoroly rueroly asked for in information Informat irformatioii
formation format lon dwlnrrd tLlarf Mr Ir Daniel Dlniel The in inquirlcs InquirlR inquirks
quirks ser > eminently fri01tly appropriate am amwere and andlro anwert
wfr
were applied to tho hn only rily 11 person from frm yvhoti yvhotithe vhom vhomthp vhotth
lro nppJed <
the th Senate Selato could llld hope holo to t KIL K t iiifonnatior iiifonnatiorThei inronnaton inronnatonTIO inrormatlorTho
Thei claim elal that i Panama lnnanm was Wll a lull lu1 fledge fledgerepublic fedged fedgedrpuhlu fledgertihlic <
TIO republic was wn DR riiliculud ddicllod by Mr Ir Daniel who whidtscribed whod whieirihi
dtscribed d rpuhlu crlhfd the Panama liepublic U ublc as a flI nakexa naked nakedu
a u I thA he first frt of man Iln in the Garden of Eden EdenH 1en 1enHI EdenUI
H HI < thought thol t ht judgment ldllent should Ihonld not PIIH PIIHaf IU IUaalns jmasaains
aalns af ainsr Colombia ColombiaUtl Colornbiattntil Until her he Hide of the cas casisd ca cle clehc i ih
h hc isd d been UII praiented pr nt Colombia was WM jn jnempire li liIpirl IIIipire
empire Ipirl ipire in area al a and with a I population ppulation am amreaourceH and andn1IIR flUlolIrQet4
reaourceH olIrQet4 not to be despised Panama 01 01tho onthA oithe
n1IIR the other othlr hand had less I than onetenth orIenth o oth of oft otb
th area Irta and pulatioii popllatiol x > of Colombia ColombiaMr
t Mr Ir Daniels description of the thl tlt Panarn Panarnrepublic Pannmamplhlc PanamiWaR
republic wnHthat WaR t that hat Ifcrptlon of a weakling weaklinga a sh Bhldn Bhldnof Bliadi Bliadiof d dof
of mplhlc H rplinlillc It was va aB like Richard Hchard thE tlifHunchback thoI thEifumncliliach
rOlllhlc I Hm
I Hunchback Hlnchlmcl hn II said laid aiI who had no deiight delight delightnave dljht dljhtt
shndow in the theI sur surand un unnnd
nave a e to gaxo upoi Ipoll his thf
t lao a7I
I and and descant dplcant upon Iiiwown Jl 1ib own deformity dfformlv Senl SenlInto SeniInto nt ntIno
t Into this thil breathing hrrlthln world worlr scarce FBarc arce half h lf made madeup madeup madEupanl
Ino iaInelynnl and nd illfashioniHl 1 that thatthn thatI
upanl up and that HO 0 lamely n if hlol tht thtI
thn very > dognbark 10gM hnrk at It it inoas IU iflo 11 1 I halt by them themquoted themJ themluntc
J I I quoted CUtMI luntc r I Mr Ir dOj Daniel Jnn 1 The republic rplhlu was as not notahlo 10t 10tj notabili
j ahlo Ahl to defend itself It Rlf eIf much uch less Ipa to tony defend defendany defendi
i any n ny one 01 nh cine II4 r He challenged chalfl er any nlY personitosliow person pCROnr periorto
r itosliow to how when and where the Americamiovtrnmnent American AmericanGovernment AmencanOornment
t Government had ever tfr v er at any place pial by hv hvroJN lvr
force r prevented any alY Centralor Central or South SouthAmerican HOltn Sont SontZnPricnhi
American roJN AlerlCll PTntr Government GOfrnllnt from frm putting pulin down downadisturbance downIdisturbanco dowriitiirhiinco I
adisturbance or revolution within its own ownbtrdurs o ii iiLerdrs
Idisturbanco btrdurs btrdursIf relutol wihin I I Itrdur
trdur otf If Panama wan aR an independent nation nationon naton natoni nationonov
on ODO I > ov 4 whenit Iwnli was w wn so 0 proclaimed procaime added addedMr addedto addedMr I
i Mr Danipl that thnt iridepentiunie mdppnrlml was wnl soon soonpmiflpd Moonnufld oonDunpll
to pmiflpd out 011 llko Ik h I fnrthing frthln ciindln 1 ldln through throughtbo throljh throught i it
t I tbo t bo o agency agley Dfler of II AtilKiPsndor AIIIIRB1lor to this coun country 101n cohntrj ¬ t
try tr A k treaty t Iat WHH wal wa signed oh 01 on Nov 10 and andIt RndI andI
1 I It should hoiiJdIr IIP read Ifad by h any person who detdren dllJs dllJsto dsirtBto
I 1 to fern lerl whiil hlt bun hu become becomf nny of the independ independence IndlplJI IndlplJIeneI inceprulelct ¬
ence of Panama PanamaMr PlaniumiaMr
eneI 1 IIUIA
Mr Ir Daniel Uanif1 referred referrJI to the th treaty of Xow XowGranada XewGranada ew ewGranada
< Granada to till Dutch and the thl tIM rights of ofwhich orhlch ofwhich
which hlch Colombia t and the th United Cnled States Stateslike Htt Httalke ttatealike
alike like succrmdod Ilccedo which provided for tinin tininthe ulln ullnruptCd unint6rrtiptCl
alke t6rrtiptCl transit ncro acroB f thc IHthuR and andthe andthe
the ruptCd right r ht of oftha tho United Unil tTntedStatei States SttP > to Interfere Interfereif Intfrflre IntfrflreI
if necessary to t keep klp ke p this thl transit trnslt open opemThere openThfrA openiThere
There ThfrA I nefAR was 11 not the BUglitet lghtt < t proof offered offeredhoargund oteredl oteredlI offeredho
I hoargund he ar argued 1 that transit tranit was intorrupted intorruptedor int interrupted interruptedI rruptNI rruptNIf
f I or menaced by y either ether Panama Palama or Colombia ColombiaThe ColombiaThe ColombiaThe
The nwnacec Colombian 3 lomhlan troops may have been bel on onthe onthe onthe
the way ay to prevent prventthe the route from being beingclosed beingInedThat I II
closed cl InedThat That was wa a matter matur which was wasnot wa waDot wasat
I not at yet within the knowledge of the thei I Ipole
I i people here hereMr her hereMr I IMr
pole Mr Daniel Daiel quoted quote from fro the diplomatic diplomaticcorrespondeneo diplomato diplomaticcorrepondenco
correspondeneo of Secretaries SrtRlie Seward SevrardFish Sewarduihh ward wardFih
cOIesPndenc Fish Jvvarts and ad Blaine Blane to t show that thattho thntthaUnlt thattli I
vat
tho thaUnlt tli Fih United States regarded reg rdpd themselves themselvesUN themlelvps themlelvpsI
1 UN I BJitQUfltJtQ bound to tr guarantee aaute thn tA tIM sovereignty sovereigntyof soverlguty soverlgutyM
hQuI
V f M of of Sew bew ew Granada Gnnaqa and and jta iti t successor successorU 8UCcSOr 8UCcSOrnCloIQbi
c CGIClObiG U over ove VCi the Istbrmifi lstmuF We Wedar Wehould Wehoulct
nCloIQbi hould onder d dar long log and Iud well el con conJEkfiln1 conjriimi i iVitluSnatr
JEkfiln1 jriimi Senator before we wetrMnpteuport wel
trMnpteuport trmp1e l upon VitluSnatr the honorable doctrine dotrine therein thereinf thereinowfl
1 f owfl Qpn Lt te t nqfcthe iit the threat thrl t of war war with withe withrnC withrance I
et rance owr pr Mtflqt tb tht ittriuice ttcrao < e > t of f Panamas Panamasbout IanamaRAm IanatiiasAmbac1or
01
Am Ambac1or rnC dor ae cc he tlt fflti bout abut tho country countryIj countr
I Ij rlisUirb the serenity of our olr deliberations deliberationsIdo delberations delberationsfo I
dstrb tl6 srcnity
Ido fo not pretend prwnd to te u go into the thequetiol question otthe ot oftlie otthe
the right of Panama Panma 1 have merely merelycalled itire1yI
1 I pant called the attention 1tenton to 0 the honored policy plcy of ofthe oft off
f the ynilesl States StatesThrtresolution Stnt Stntt tat e eI
t I I Thrtresolution Tc lni reslutlon rccoutiomm went ent over at tho con conelusion conI I Ij
elusion Th ofMr of Mr Daniels speech speechMr speechi
Darell lpch lpchlr
j ehllon ofMr I IbU
I t Mr lr Fulton F llcp Ore called cled up the thebill theV
i I ulon lep
V bill makingan making an appropriation Ion for the Lewis Lewisand Lewil Lewilud
bU aIprprnt
1 and ud Clark Cark exposition expsition and made a speech speechIn Bfeh BfehI
In its support supportA
j A i concurrent RUppr resolution rPoluton was V presented presentedby 11Jlentd 11Jlentdb
I by b Mr MrParoBA oncurent PenroRoRepPaasking Penrosn ep Pa Paaking nlklnp the Presi Presiirientjtoextend PrAI Preelrlentto I Ii
irientjtoextend i rlentto ntto xtend his good pod offices Ofc in inviting invitingthesignatory InvlUnl invitingthosignatory I IIhesljnatr
thesignatory Powers Power to the Berlin Berln Peace PeaceConference PpaceConttlnc PeaceConferencii
Ihesljnatr
Conference to join oin in any efforts erorR that may mayhr mayI
t I Conttlnc hr 0 h made to ameliorate nmlUorato the condition conditon of ofChristians ort ofbristIans
1 Christians In the Ottoman Otomn Empire Empir The Thei To
t I i Criltal resolution relution went I to the Committee Commlteo on For Forlgn ForIg ForI
I I lgn Relations RelationsMr
1 gn
Ig Mr Ir ReltlonR ReltlonRI Hoar Rep ep Mass MaR offered oIerd a resolu resolutiondirecting reolutiondirecting olu oluton ¬
tiondirecting the Committee Commite on Printing Printingi Printng Printngtolfulro Printingtojnqulro
i ton toinquire dlrltng whether it bo not not expedient expeient that thatIt thatthe thatthe
I b
It the tolfulro Congruioal ft M AM f Rrord n A ll b be prtnted prntld rtorl UltK UltKbetter with withleUer with1etter
better type Mr Ir Hoar remarked rmarkod that it itwas it itI
I I I was leUer w extremely extrlmeh trp difficult difcult to read the small smaltype smal smalj smallI
of the ftccord The resolution was waign wasI
j I I type typ lecord To
f pgreedto pgreedtoAt gn ed to toAt toI
1 IJ At 255 26 oclock tho Seriate Snte went Into ex executive exflltlVO cxecutivo ¬
I ecutive flltlVO A session eslon and afterward aforwlr adjourned adjournediK adjourEd adjourEdi adjournedj
i I J iK EN ELLJOTT F I0T TO 61 l IO TO TOI PAAMA PAAMAroinminifant PAUI
j I roinminifant omanrnt of orih flip til Marine Corps Corp Will WillStudy Willft 1 1I
11 ft I I Study Stud Field IEld of ofPosslble Possible POSlhie Connirt ConnirtXVABlHNOTOXDpcl8 Connlcti
i I XVABlHNOTOXDpcl8 INOTON DI 18The The President Prlsldent andLi and andSecretary andmt
Li I Secretary 1 mt r Moidhave loI hRve practically pratcaly decided decidedIn deide
Commandant of ofthf ofI ofI
Elliott
sendlJrigGcn
I I In tl IendTrlJGeu Elott Cmmandnnt
I thf il heMarin > Marino Corps Or to thelnthmusof tg t Iathmusof Panama Panama1for PanamaJ alma almator
I marino bat battilions batt batto
J for the thl purpose pure of disposing lhspslg marmo
tilions t 1 n to the bast blJt advantage antlJ to resist lt any anjirttiannf anyI
t irttiannf tejjWt t to invade InvadeJFthmun Isthmian territory territorylandV teritry teritryRrT territorysdtTui
I I sdtTui andV T0 to observo obpro mlllrnry mlrar conditions conditionsCWDElUott onditonl onditonlEt1 concIitIonctEEutQtt
RrT CWDElUott Et1 m Ii a familiar famiiar wth Y1th the Isthmus Isthmushnvipr Ithmus IthmushI isthmushaviwt
hnvipr hI ltr sonefi there thlre a 1 a marine marne officer officerarid ofcer ofcerI officerarid
arid Rni the thl Government Goerment desire dcl his hi views on onseveral onimntten onI
I several iueraImatters imntten matters whlclnt which It wiUbe wlbe Important Importantto Imprant Impranti
i to know kno In tho th event of hostilities 110stiteR with withColombia withColQrnbia Ith Ithj
j Colombia ColombiaH ColQmbla ColQmblan
H is i not nOIntrmde n intended that Gen Elliott Elitt shall shallremain shal shallremain
remain Jlnain on the theIhmulong Isthmus long Ho will wi go to toColon toolon toColon
Colon probably on the marine mane transport transportDixie tranaprt tranaprtI transportA
A I Dixie nde nowonherway no on her ay 16 League Lee Island Islandto IIandj
t to n get et another nnotbr battalion lattaUon of marines matnes under underreserve ulller ulllerrrro uitaleri
i reserve rrro rpe r 0 orders for Isthmian Ilthllan serviee serviee1OHfiiY srlpr srlprI eervkeI
I j
I 1OHfiiY ORG ATTACKS t ROOSEVELTMteinlntlon ROOSEVELT 100SIIEIT 100SIIEITfinlllnu ROaSflTITJteo1tltIon
Mteinlntlon finlllnu Orolartn That lt Ills II Action ooon In InrununAmuimtstoaPfclarallpnofWar Inrlnali Inh
h I rununAmuimtstoaPfclarallpnofWar rununAmuimtstoaPfclarallpnofWarWASHIXOTON rlnali muuntto a Q larIn of War Wart
t WASHIXOTON ARltOTOS Dec 1c J A resolution rtl11ton was wasoffered wasoref1 wasotteveil
offered oref1 in I the he Senate 8nato today by h Mr Morgan MorganDem MorKanDfI MorganDciii
Dem DfI Aladeclaring IIIdeclnnng that a state Itate of war warexist war11h warexists
exist 11h botween utW 1 Colombia Colombia and one of her herconstituent herrJ hercilttit
cilttit constituent rJ li 1 liCIlt lt State State Panama Iu na 1 I which hich claims claimsto clal
to has h ifded that thll the th Prosidont Pre idont of ofi oflIl
i lIl lie III 1iilted tnih > d States Sllte tates has ha recognised rec nI7ed the I ho in inileptiideiitif II IIrlfdl inof
rlfdl ileptiideiitif of 1 Panama Palull and Ind has hll Iumitted guaran guarant guaan
14 ted t < f > fl r to I maintain lalntlln it i that bolii belnc blm in effect effectH efect efectdcrhlrtol
H dotIn dcrhlrtol dectiratjomi ration of war ar against a alt Colombia Colombiaand ColomhmInr olunulimatil
and Inr til beyond yond the tW power conferred onflrd on him himby himhy himr
r by Matute tit lt or the t h ConsUtvtlon omtitton or by the thel theIa
l Ia ws 1 a of ot uni unlols ions and fa defiance rldefn of the statute statutedeiitiiiiK ptatuterplil statuteditluiiiig
deiitiiiiK rplil nuutrnlity neltmlt enacted flaeted in 1S80 1S80Thn I IstlOreomlitjomi HO HOII
Thn II resolution rlliiol nlso Ilo declares dllllre that under underthe underthp tindertile
the wrcumsiances 1IrumHanr the Presidunt Prsidunt has no nopower nopwtr nopowtr
power louse to use the military mitarv and naval forcescf forces forcesef fOrlR fOrlRtf
ef tf pwtr the Inited tnltp1 t tilted Stats tatii to prevent prtort Colombia Colombiafrom toomhIaI oiomblafrm
I from enforcing Infor in her hlr sovereignty fovtrellt over Opr the thoMatn thuStit thet5te
Matn Stit frm t5te of Panama I nnnnlR The resolution rsoluton wont wontover wfnt wfnttr rentivmr
over tr until unti tomorrovr tomorrovrirn tomorrov tomorrovCiln toIflOrrOrliCfl
irn Ciln llr IIees 111 > r IrofiniiHllv rrorull Imprrssrd Ilprlurd IIIlpTPMedI With WithSenator ih ihSrnator
Senator Hoars lous Speech SpeechWASniNOiuN SpeechrrTrizz JtrtI
rrTrizz WASniNOiuN WSrlors Eiic D > c 18 t8Rafael Rafael Reyes Reyesthe lyes lyeshI fleyesI
I the hI hE Colombian Colom1au Envoy 1u told persons peror1 who whoailed wh whRled whoailed
ailed Rled on him today tola thai ho was pro profoundly profound1 proJ ¬
J foundly found1 > impressed 11Jo with itli the thl remiirks lelark marie marieiTlhl1 lao laoInh niadeI niadeirrthPIal
iTlhl1 Inh irrthPIal irrthPIall Kil > I1 l ypstfnlay tOnIIY bv h Senator Snltll Hoar HoarjUiisln olr olrU
I jUiisln U I c tlw h Administratton ARlistrot tn for its It Pan Panrna Pln
I 11 rna 1IIIY imlioy Oeti el Unyes IK liavlnp havhlv tho thorjx thl
l rjx d > trnnHlated Irln1Itl1 into Ilfo Sjiunisii ali l IH will willTjTiail WilljTaiij i
TjTiail 11il cuplci4 C11111 of the th trnnHlntion trnnIIIQlln tn Ir hi illS iis Uovern Uovernment UOVNI tovermirnent
ment nt end I t lo people peple In Iolombiu lolomhlaI
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SOME Q OME businesses are areSuccessful areSuccessful areSuccessful
Successful in spite of oftheir oftheir oftheir
their advertising advertisingWOODBURY advertisingWOODBURY advertisingWOODBURY
WOODBURY Ltd LtdI
150 I 50 Fifth Fith Avenue AvenueSoulhweit AvenueSouthwelt AvenueSouItwemt
Soulhweit Cornet CorDr Twentieth Street StreetHELD SireeI StreethELl
HELD FOR 011 KILLIVt HKIt 1m HAU HAUNeighbor IU 1111111elgfibor I
I EI f I INlllhbor
Neighbor Nlllhbor Told Toll Police Iolco It I Wai I MissingIDoily MlMlnKl MlMlnKlDorty llhl < 11 11Dol
Dol Doily Found In a Woodshed WoodshedPolice WoodshedPolice OOIIAhld OOIIAhldPolc
Police Polc Captain Hollhan Holhan of tho Clynustreet Clynu Clymerstrtet Clyniustreet
street station tatol Williamsblirg Wliamshurg received t tanonymous an anaonymou8 o oanonymous
anonymous aonymou8 letter leter on Tuesday ldl saying tin tinan tllt tllta tiean
an a infant Ifat child chid of Mrs Elizabeth Elzhoth Schwartz Sehwartwho Schwartzho chwartwho
who ho formerly lived lved at 137 Harrl8oninvonuhad Harrl8oninvonu HarrIMonnenueha
had ha probably been ulen killed kile on those promise promiseThe prcmlleThe premiseThe
The captain put Detectives DetectvC Thompson an anOcker 111 111Ocker anOckor
Ocker on tho case calO and they the learned h ame th thSirs that thatlIs thMis
Sirs lIs Schwartz was left lef a widow six Ilx yeniago yeah yparRajo yeahago
ago ajo with wih two children chidren H 1 boy and a gir girThree girl glrThree
Three Thrt yearn yeal later she married maried again agan HP HPsecond Hnr Hnrfcond H Hsecond
second fcond husband deserted deserte her hlr six month monthago monthalo mnoflt mnofltago
ago She gave glvo birth to t a child chid two week weekago weekeago weeliago
alo ago and a week wfek later the neighbors nElghbor missp misspit mlld mlldI mtsscMrs
it I Mrs Ir Schwartz Shw tz wan dispossessed dispOsefst las lasSaturday lasSaturday asL asLSaturday
Saturday for nonpayment of rent and sh shImmediately RhInmeitely shimmediately
Immediately Inmeitely left lef the neighborhood neighborhoo takln taklnher taking takinghEr taktnher
her hEr two other children childrenNeighbors chidren childrenNeighbors I
Neighbors suspected < 1 that the womai womaihad womahad oman
had XIIphhor mado away with wih her nowborn bob boband baheami baband I
and an anonymous letter lettr was Bent lent to th thpolice the thilollce
police polco The detectives detecthp found foune the child childbody ehldl childbody I
body yesterday afternoon afernoon in a woodshe woodsheback woOshl woodsheiIaclc
back boy of the Harrison Harrion avenue house Th Thchild Thf Timchild
child hld was wal covered with wih old rags and Cor Coroners Cotoners I Ioner8
oners Physician Physican covel Wuest who examined examine itsaid It Itsaid I I IMid
said the infant had probably been ben choke choketo llkrd < I Ito
to death deathMrs deathIr deathMrs
Mrs Ir Schwartz Shwartz was wa found last evening a aCO at aCo
CO r1 Graham Grham street HtlNt Brooklyn SJie 810 denlet denlethaving denll deniehaving
Ilving having killed kie k illed th tll the child chid elm ild and Mid Ild it I died o onatural of ofllturl ouinturnl
natural llturl causes cau e8 Him iie was wa arrested arJtpd on 01 oh tin tinIhargo thbdlur tbimarge
dlur Ihargo o of homicide homicdE The fti 1 children Ihidrf wen wenent werl werent I
> ent llt to tho shelter fhel 1 of the tl Childrens Chldrcns society societyThe cocietyTue OCINY
The hl police polc took t charge eh of the dead bodyfPPOSL body bodynriosr boy I IOIO
OIO nriosr lllSII isstirs DISCHARGE DISCHARGESpeelncitlnns 11WIGE 11WIGESplclnetnns I1WI14REpectflcaItens
Splclnetnns Speelncitlnns dsftftfrftjeeIons ff f Thrlr lhllr Objections UbJfltonl Flirt Flirtby EIitEI lfd lfdI
by I I Two Creditor Cfilol Hanks HanksSpecifications IlanksSjmecitlcatlons ank ankSpecitcatlonR
Specifications SpecitcatlonR of objections uOjtCon to the dis disharge dll dllclrje disImitrge
clrje harge in bankruptcy halkruptcy of If Daniel Le KojDresser Hay HayDwsslr lto ltoDresser
Dwsslr Dresser and Charles E Ileiss IfiS8 his partner partnerwere partnelIe partnem5EiO
were Ie riled 1111 yesterday ftelra by h two creditors crtlors th thFirst tho thEFirat < I
First National ationll Rank Blnk of Boston 1 11010 10000 am amhe and andthe ancho
the he Cambridge Cambildgl Trust Tr t Company omzifam omfa of it Cam Camiridge air airiridge ai I
hrldje iridge Mass 1Ia5 II IMK IMKBoth It9IJ3otli I
Both creditor ledltur state tllf that tlat they the purchase purchaseIrafts 11urchlo llmrchasirafta
draCtl Irafts drawn by the American mer cll Tubing u IUld amc amcehbirig d dIVebbinp I IWphbilE
WphbilE IVebbinp ehbirig Company upon UpOI Dresser Dres8r Co Coffhieh Coelmich I
which drafts Imtt worn accepted accptf by Dresser Dre8str Dre8strCo A Ao
Co o hut were not paid paid They her bought boughtlie boughttho
tho lie drafts drf on the Iht strength tfngth of a statement statementif statertlt
of if the firms frmH condition cndition dltw < ntd Dec TeC 1 1002 1002vlilch 102 102tilch ItO2vhich j
vlilch statement IlatemAnt was R delivered dllvere to Whetler Vheeler Vheelert YheelemJories I
t t Jones JIII note nol broken lmkeof of Boston Hml 01 with the theonsent thelnlent ti tionsent
lnlent onsent of Mr Ir Heiss Iel tets with ith intent iltent upon the theatt thesit
PRlt > sit of HeisH Iplt and Dresser that the same samehould lame lamehould sanihould I
hould bo used to obtain obtin money mone The Theibjectlng Theoujctlng 1h 1hbjectlrig
ibjectlng creditors crl < litorH allego alego that this thll state statenont statement stateent
nont ent wait WI false falseAnother rale raleonother falseAnother
Another onother specification llifctlon In il that with wih Intent Intento
to o conceal oncal their financial tnanclal condition ondltlon theyailed they theyailed theytRil
tRil ailed to keep kfp proper books bokl of accountB accountBiut acountH I
but iut carried caIkl as good ood assets Mset sundry accountfhich account oountJ accountsrhlch
which were valueless valuelessWATKD valuelessW4TLD I IJUTIW
WATKD JUTIW I V4VV lT CITIES CITIESrrest CITIESrrtst CITIESrret
rrest of If a Man Ian for Whom hom the thf Police Iolro Have Havelleen Hnt Hntfrm Havethen
then frm Looking Lokln < Since Ino 1HOO 1HOOWASHINQTON 110 110WABHINOTO 1500WASHtNOTO
WASHINQTON Dec is IRThe Tho arrest arrt here herelis herethlB here1s
thlB lis morning of Frederick Jrederick Hausman Haulman alias aliasleUrnan alM alMHelsman aliasleletnan
leUrnan aliurt alnl atiti Prof Prf Leroy le Chlldro Chlldroliarf Chidr Chidra1n8 ChildroIiai3
a1n8 liarf P f lleyiioii lyol alias ali V r Halee UalC alias alu Prof Proflalee ProfHal Proflalee
Hal lalee alias alll Roy Rr Childixi ChlhhiH IH m4 regarded rgre by th thIashlngion the theWahlnpon theashInton
Wahlnpon Iashlngion ashInton jHjllce pulc an II one ef cf f the most Ira Iraortant Imporant unortanr
porant ortant capturtM cpt pt ur1 made in a I10nl long time tt Th Thtan TJ The Theman
Ianis tan is wanted by the police pol of every eer large largeity Ilrge largeIcy I Icty
cty Icy in the thl United Unier Strten and by the author authores authorlea I Iiles
iles lea es of several F verl fonij foreign n icurtrips icurtripsThe curtriesThi Urit rP I
The 11 apuoifo spcfo chorge on which whch ho hf was M ar arpttd CrstId I
relu pttd tiday Iday wan W for obtaining obtining 3800onm 1000 1000roni 60 60trom
trom roni a L young woman of f Boston IoBtn of the theamc t thesun hp
namc amc sun of Como Comi This was W in 1899 119 and since sinoolitn sno snothLn sincettn I
thLn litn ttn the fXilico pclce all al over the tht country havo havoten ha hatueon I IOn
ten looking loo for llnusman ilausmnariThe llnusmanThe
On lf louJarl louJarlThe
The born In Sashington Sashingtonis on
profee profeloor or wn wes brn WMhinl
nis is grandfather grlndCa her having IHIBII I An a member of the theirst thefrt theItat I
frt irst squad of WashingtonH Washllgtons mounted mounte no noIce nolce noice
lce Ice In 1897 tho tht young man nUI advertised advertisedlimsolf advortld advortld11mlif aivortlsedimsolf
ounl
limsolf an a medium ledln a palmist t a 1 reader readerif rader
11mlif or if r cards crds n seer 8r and fortune forune teller teler tetleramid and saidhat said saidbat aId aIdthat 1
bat ho could reveal Ieal tho th past 11lt and future futureorocast futureforeCt futureorocailt
foreCt orocast the stock ok market marklt settle Ittn lovers loversluorrels loen loverstiarrels
quarrels and reconcile rOloneie domestic domeltc differences differencesHausman ditermcl differencesHausrnan
Hausman made mde the mistake of ui u usint > lng the they themis timenails
mis nails ami amid In touruar February mtale 19 1900 was at indIctd Indkted Indktedly I
Ivtho > y the local lol OrandJury GmnrJur Grand Jury HeleftWashingto HeleftWashingtoforo He left Washlmmgton Washlmmgtoneforo whilcton I
eforo foro tho indictment indicment was returned Itured am amiperated und nodperated 1 1oprated
iperated for nine months in Providence Iroidenc ProvidenceI
oprated 1 I I Then htn he went to Boston Bltn where hur Mi Miomb Mis1 Mis1omb 1
1
omb was as his principal victim utll From Dos Boson Bo Boton Doson
ton on Hausman Halmn princpl went to Europe Euope where whtre h hperated he heoperated heperated
perated > extensively and Scotland tland Van Vans YarII i ard ardnow
II s now after him himHausmau hImHausmati himHausmal
Hausmau Hausmal Hxld Nd today tov when arrested arrested1Its nrrestcdIts arrestedIts
Its all ni up lp with th me I dont supposo supposovill IUpplf 1 1wi IiIl
vill iIl ever eVtr get out from frm behind bhind the bars han dur durng durIng dttruc
wi Ing ng tlm th rest Jt of my mv natural naural life le Now ow that thaifou thatyou thatou
you fou ou have got mo theyll theyl lump unip on me from fronill fromII rrm rrmal
al ill II quarters Urr of the earth earthHausman erh erhHlman egrthHausman
Hausman Is a fine looking loking man about
3 10 Hlman years e old He lne lived lved at a leading Iadlnj hotol hotolluring ht1durl hot4JILuring
durl luring the ton days day of his slay t ar here pre proeding preceding precdig ¬
cdig ceding his hi arrest arrestMm arr8t arr8t11r arrestMrs
Mm 11r Hausman Hausmn is a n Washington woman womanin womn womnShe womanthe
She in was a Miss MIM Peterson Pete1on who kept a fashion fashionJle faMhloT fashionhis
alie his boarding barding house houe In the northwest north riort hwest eRt section sectionf Iton Itonot
ot > f the city clt She ahl recently reont Hied ted divorce divor pro procodings procodlg proeodtngs
codings against her hlr husband and the case casus rul
codlg
18 s B at present 11nt pending pendingHausmau peldlngHauslln pendingHausmac
Hausmau Hauslln was measured moaJurd and photo photojraphod photographod photoreplied
replied this thi morning romin for or the th rogues gal galory galiry 11 11lury
lury ory and will wU be b hold hero her to await tho ar arival Ir IrrIval arival
ival of tho proper papers from Boston BostonA
A long distance dlstano propt telephone tlephnne papr mepsago mrPfagu was wnseceived wnl wnlrecchpd waseccived
eceived by tho police poUc hero her tonight tonl ht fromh from fromhe fromthE
thE he h Standard Detective DstoctV Agency Apenov tit 1 Phila Philalelphla Phia Phiadelphia Pitilaetphla
lelphla saying that Hausman Hauflan was was wanted wantedhern wantec wantedhera
thert hern under aynrthat the tle name fDre of phcro on a charge chargeif rhnr l lof
of if f obtaining about eOut 15000 160 under false pr prences pm pmtn primnces > <
ences Details Detais of how ho secured RcurId theiommey the thenoney themOllr
tn mOllr noney were er not received receivedfoils recold recoldI receivedrout
I foils Moandili 10ndll In the tle House IloateWASHINGTON Uoo UooWABUNOTO HouseWABUmNOTO
WASHINGTON WABUNOTO Dec is J8The Tho House spen spenwo sp spent spentno nt nttwo
two wo hours hourI today tolla in wrangling Tnn lng ove ovelother over owrIUother overnotlier
IUother lother resolution resoluton calling colnl upon the Post PostlaslerOeneral PostJlteJGeuoral PostmasterGeneral
JlteJGeuoral laslerOeneral for all RI the papers nnd andocuments nndocuraenU nndelocument
elocument ocuraenU In the recent investigation investigationhese
These hese papers weio wel sent to the CommIttee Coinmltteen
papra Roads last Tues Tuesay Tuesda Tuesa
on n Post Offices and nd Post
da ay a and printed Ofce fordistrlbtition torl8trlbutlon but Reprc Reprcientalivo Repreentate ReproentatIo
ientalivo Wnnger CHen pr Pa PI chairman chairmanf
of entate f the thl Committee Commitee on Kxpondltumt hxpendlurI in the theJost thr theoat
PORt oat Oflice flice Department Jlplrtmlnt thought thoupht the Bris Brisow BrIAtow urisDW
Ofo
tow ow report ought oljhl to como COi to him The TheJernocmts Thl rimetemolrats
Demoerat Jernocmts agreel agree ajrcNI with him an n did alo al o aifilcient a nuflicient aufclrnt
uflicient ufclrnt number nUlbtr of Republicans 1Ipuhleal8 to pass passhe passtie 18 18I
the he resolution rfolutlon by a yoto oto of 10ft 10 to 100 100orto 10 10Portn 100orto
I
Portn orto Rice Rro PTII l r a for HIP 11f Extrnnlon l xtlnlon of the theConitllntlon thl thlI theConstllntton
Conitllntlon to the Island IslandV islandSiIiNGT0
I ConlUlnton
i V RHiNnTON = Dec Dr 18 18Ulprr5cltall 18Ulprr5cltallI 8Riprceentat Represent at I Re Reoper vo voooper
Cooper ooper Rep Ip Wls1 WII1 Is in the thl House HOIRO today todayresented todayprfnted tndin tndinreesmited
I prfnted resented memorials mmorall from fro 1 the t hn House Hou e of oflegates otDlegat oflelegates
legates of Porto Poro Rico leo praying that the theinctions tIleIpglslatve theglalative
Dlegat glalative power both i jim plonnol personnel und In InfwI11011 Inincubus
Ipglslatve incubus in the island hllnd be b separated 8eprtld from fromthr fromhe
fwI11011 10 executive eecutI power powtrj alao leo ol that tho Con Corii Conitutlon < < 1
thr
titutlon of the United St StaLes 0 tic utlnded utlndedin extended extendedI
in i I its i entirety entrt to the inland of Porto Poro Rico RicoUrn Rco Rcoeln RIcoen
eln Urn en MieArtlmr llrrUlr ixpl lxplaln lxplalnI EpIalnWtsHtroOX In InWASHINGTON >
I WASHINGTON Don 10 18Secretary ISSorotr Hoot Hootpceived HootI Hootceived
I rlcl pceived o a telegram today today from MajorGen MajorGenlacArthur MajorCenacitrthur lajoron lajoronI
I lacArthur lacArhu at San Sl Francisco fmnc1co expIaIninmat explaining explaininghat eplalnnl
that hat his hlf remarks romark at Honolulu Ionolullln In regard rad to t a nOKsible ap
I OKsible lble war with Germany Germlny were made In Inirlvate II IIprimte Inrivato
primte p irlvate > conversation conelltton The War Depart Dopurtlerit Departl1rt Departitiit
lerit acwptx nc ptl this oxplnnation as I satin satinictory saltsIctor ntisfactr
l1rt factr ictory latter Ictor and nl will il take no action in tho tholatter tli tliletter
1111 1111I
A unI iuarasteed rantrrd Car Core for ril rilttrhuc rie riet ru rulUhtuC
ttrhuc t Wind MifcJjns yr Proinidlnt frIlldlnc tl1 tl1our t Ilbei Ilbeiour I Iour
I our chul drufjUt drlrl1 will IU mdnr rtfuna inonry IOD II 1AXO 170 lZ OINT OINTENT U1UINT OLNTINT
UINT ENT tail fal to cure cur you ou la o 10 u 1 d dals daia js Me 1 Oc4a Oc4ar Aat
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TREATY THEA TY WITH WITHCHINA CHINA CHA RATIFIE RATIFIEVM RA TFmD
tM OXI4V VM rtVK OF XE SEX SEXvvVKfori SILVATOII ELSOS VCMO VILSELV11FVFSOTA ELSOSImportant OF OFrU1rA
vvVKfori rU1rA OPIOSm 1 11IPortDlt I7 I7imuiportatut
Important 1IPortDlt Ilrftrlng lrrlnl Its I llatinoallon Iatnoatoo lisa llaiIhr la lisathe on onIlr
the Ilr Crisis llrtwrrn Itt eln llumla nlMdl and ant Jap JapOter Iapan IapanChlr Isptuer
Oter Chlr > StanctmnrlrmThIs l anehurlnTll netiurln TliU Government W WImtm Uintt I
Imtm nn ni IH UlKlili nrltl Vndrr tndf the Treat TreatWARHINOTOX Jrab JrabWASrNOTO FrostAarIoroN
WARHINOTOX WASrNOTO AarIoroN Dec isThe JS Thr The Sunatc Hunte tunatoday t tday to today
day in OIECUtj executive eXfcutr session 1e iol ratified rntlfld tho m mcommercial n normtrcICI tiecotnmercial
commercial treaty with China which w wnegotiated wnegotIated
ormtrcICI trlaty wih whih WI WI1otlatld
negotiated 1otlatld lam summer 81nlI by ly Minister lnlHtll Co Cotfer CoOnly on onver
tfer tferOnly ver Only uni 011 > Sunator Hurlto Mr h Xclson ll lson on of Minim MinnKota Minimsets Unl
sets ta opposed the thr treaty treat Ho HOlado made n s sspeech sspeech et etIpech
speech Ipech oPJold a afalUII agalrts alimi ir I contending contfndlnv that tl tlUnited the theUnie tiUnited
United Unie Suites Sttit was Wlln not petting pettng MttIng all al that thatdeserved thatdeserved I i ide
de deserved fred from 1011 China and that tho oppo oppotunlty oppr oppotunIt 1 1tunlty
tunlty tunIt had been bff seined selzld by Russia to acqui acquiadvantages alulr alulraehantace aequiadvantages
advantages aehantace in the tht tii Munchurian lalchurIRn and ant Nor NorChina NorChina orth orthChlll
China Chlll trted tradw tmdu which lkJ rightfully riKhtul belonge belongein IlongP
in part rllt at least Ilt to this hlo country olntry Mr X Xboti Sel SelbOi Nboil
boil bOi made mCdl time point that there wan al at not notquorum ncitquorutn a aIuorur
quorum Iuorur of fcedatoif bclnto prebint prthCft which whch was wasfact wasfact IS 1
fact
factMi Mi 1 Cullom Culol hop Ill 111 in charge of tl tltreaty tho titreaty 1 1treaty
treaty urgud Mr Ir Nelson NelKn not not to insist up upI upn tmpcho < I Ithu
thu I he point as a iv I was WIR of thti higlKst hiphit Impo itimpotastes Impotftiice I Itanl
tastes in his opinion that tho treaty trcaty I Iratified be beralled Iratitied
ratified ralled at once and nnt not It be ut postpone postponeuntil pOMpled pOMpledunti postpomuntil
until unti next ntxt yeai III lie urged urgt that the Chine ChineGovernment ChlneOovernlmt ChinaJoverntmmetmt
Government Oovernlmt had reason elon to expect txpeot prom promaction prolpL prolpLactlol prommilaction
action actlol on the part plrt of tho United Unied States tatl ar arthat and andthat arthat
that the favorable tlvorlblo position pHllon of the Unite UnlUStates Unite UniteStates
States in II China hlna would wOlld be Impaired if an anthing any anything anthing
thing occurred occured to I t give lvo the Chinese reese reasototloubt reaon reaont reesetoloubt
totloubt t louu the good faith of this thil country countryMi cuntr
Mi 11 Spoormr Ipoonur Rep lep Win Wil u tisell ed his pei peisuaslvi pr prluaBIV pcisuaslvt
suaslvi luaBIV arts Irt upon Mr Ir Nelson Xclulllo also point in inout Ing Ingout inout
out the great grt difficulty dilcul under undul the t be peculk peculkpolitical pcular pcularpolticl pecullipoittical
political polticl circtiimtunceB dr < IIHttnlo in Dhinu Chili of IK IKgotietiiiR 10 10gotltll tiegotietitigaiuot
gotietiiiR gotltll gotietitigaiuot anol anll bur meaty tiuatyMr tltaty t
Mr I Lodge odgt Hup Ol oii Mat 1nt urged Mr Ir Xe Xeson XeMon el elMi
son Mi to tf II purmlt pUrllt ric rl fh Stnaio no lo como to avoti avotiHt aotoHt a voti votiH
Ht Ht H > Mild that th1 tin advantages Ilhtltug6 gained gullc by th th1nltnd the thelnilld timIntint
1nltnd lnilld States jlf ui lJr utdur r the th treaty traty t wore fl no nosmll 10t nosmncli
smll tin tl hopeless c cKHining of ofKllning egsinlng
emrI no 10 mb viib ilb em inospeclH o rlcll hoPle
lte1 th thtrbaty tl tltreaty Ie Ietrot
KHining Kllning other 01 hel advantages ahmlulh ptovi provided < t
trot treaty were wert promptly IlrOllt > ratified ratll and tie Ihl Ihlnthl hi hinosu liinsu
nthl nosu ioveinrnunt OI mlt mado IId aware awar of the t th ht intun intuntiofi Intemitori ntul
tOtlt tiofi tori of t i he United Vnit States tlte to I II comuly unmtl mllr wiih wl h tin tintiemy tht timtEslt
tiemy tEslt r in II good geld faith filth1t faithMr
111 flt fltIr
Mr Ir Nelson Ntlsol finally tnal with h reluctance reluctano with withdraw w withdrew h hdrw
drw draw his point poit of order and after Irter a lev levmore rew rew101t fe fenmotb
more 101t brief brf br f cpeoehes rJeclls the treaty wojiratlfiec wojiratlfiecby was 1 mtllud mtlludI retifiei retifieiby
by I ft 1 vivt i1 voce VOL oce vote oto Among those Ihol wh whspoke who whosjI1 whcspJtme
spoke in favur rtJ of the thl treaty trut > were Wbr MessrMorgan Messr Messrsmlorgsn leFsr
sjI1 Morgan orgt and Rld Putt lt ettui us 11 of Alaljaraa lIama Mr Mar Morgan Margun Ior Iorgan
gan Mid it regarded Igurded the til convention Ioltlon as 1 oru oruof olleoC Otilef
of the heat ever negotiated negollted by Mr l Hay Hayand Hnyand Hayrid
and rid ruforved rfumJd wnpecially pciBlv to the t u protectior protectioraffonlud protpl110n protpl110natordud proteetiorfTorstud
atordud affonlud 10 o mistiiormrieb 1 tlularipb hc article rlcp IT o othe of ofht 0he
the ht he treaty treat treatI >
The I ratification ratitea lol of th tha treaty trlsty has ar arimportant anImportant atltiiportumt
important bearing uelrh on the present crisit crisitbetween crisitetweu crlsll
fftelt
btWttr between Itussia lu sla and Japan over Manchurit Manchuritand Mamichuritnd JanchurlaInd
Ind and nd Corea in that thlt itprovlden Itlravld for the open opening openIng openmg
ing mg of ot two Manchutian Manchural ports Mukden am amAntuug Ind IndAntulg antAntIlog
Antulg AntIlog to foreign trade Itunnia 11 lla IK opH oppwtl OPISS4C OPISS4Co ec eclo
lo o ttiiii tl provision prhlol or to any al arrangement arrangementwhich arrangemfut arrangemfutwhich arrangatnemmivliIcIm
which will wi wit permit foreiguero forigulr and Ind particu particularly prtiu prtiuIlrlv particuarly
Ilrlv larly Japanese Japan plmt to freely frlcl enter ruttr Manchuriar Manchuriarterritory Manchuran Manchuranteriitor Manehmmriaterrltory
territory The Thl lfi llj is of the present Jrecut negotia negotialions nlgot negotialuiis ia iatlol
tlol lions between Russia u la and hld Japan has been beeniropoHitioi beu i iuropositiot a apropoRltiol
propoRltiol iropoHitioi that Hunsia Hu la maintain mslntln control 01 01Manchuria of ofInnchurla o oIanchur1a
Manchuria ManchuriaShould InnchurlaShould Ianchur1aShould
Should an Ct agreement agrefclt be made betweer betweerlm bteuthl
thl lm two Powers 10Wfr by which Hussia would wouldpiMiin wouldrlmlln wotilcemimiIn
rlmlln piMiin pariunoiint parJrlount in Manchuria Innchuri the tle tnitec tnitecatattH Unit UnitStatl Unitectatts
atattH Government GA1tt might find fnd itself Itelf in thtmbarrKssing the theImulrWRlng thenmbarrnsslng
ImulrWRlng mbarrKssing position p0llon of endeavoring tc tcconduct toconduct ICondtict
conduct trade trdf relations rflltlol with wth the ChInese Chinewfprovince Chlnee Chlneeprovlnc ChIneserovinco
provlnc province through Mukden llkden and Antung Antungigainst Antun Antunmgalnst ntung ntungogaln
ogaln igainst t the wishes wlHhf of Russia RussiaThis RU8fa RU8faThi RtmsslaThIs
holds that thatas Manchuria Manchurias
This Thi Government Oovemmlnt as 1
Is s Si nominally nominaly at least leat a Chinese Chine province provinceind provinceand
and nd as Chin Chi has consented conente by solemnreaty solemn solemnreaty Bolemntrat
trat reaty arrangement arrn emet to t the application applcation of the theipen theopn thePen
Pen door dor at the ports porA mentioned mentone Russua RUAi Russu
opn ha > a 54 no n legal right rgh to prevent prvent the treaty trty from fromeing frombeing fronielng
> being put into effect Etet This Thil Government Goverment will willnsist wi willnstst
insit nsist therefore thorefolllhould should Russia RUlsla interpose interposelifflcultlos InterpOe InterpOedllcuIIC Interposelifticultios
dllcuIIC lifflcultlos t that hat the thlChlneseAmerlcan ChineseAmerican treat traty tratyhal treaty treatyhail j jihall
hail hal bo 0 carried caIIII out no matter mater If RussU RussUcontinues RURil Rumsqiontinues
contnue continues to assert assrt actual control of the thejrorinoe theprvn theiio
jrorinoe ino inoThe
iio s sThe
prvn prvnTe The Te treaty which was wa signed siged at Shanghai Shangham Shanrhal Shanrhalon
on m OctSi Oot OctS was the outcome outomo of the peace proto protoX3l prototel
01 tel bdwon between China Chil and nd the Powers pac follow followng folo fololng followng
lng ng tho ho Boxer BOTer outbreak ottbrk of1900 of orI9 1910 It applies tploR
10 0 all 81 open perth port of China One of the tIe article articlerovldeti ar articlesirovidat IcIeR IcIeRprovlden
provlden > rovldeti for the abolition aloUon of tho likin Ikln or 01nterior orIrtfrior oroterior
Irtfrior nterior transit lrnslt tax on imported Ilpted goods 0OB and andht andImp
th ht Imp > substitution subtiuton of a provision roion that the thenlted thornle thanited
rnle nlted State Statelr if nil al tho other ot llr Powers POWOI did like likevisewould lke lkewle likerise I
rise visewould would oltd payattheportof par afhe por of flntryasurtax flntryasurtaxif entry a urt a1 a1of
of if one and onehalf onehal times tlml the tariff tarl import importluty Importduty importliity
duty By U this payment Pympnt importer Importld goods goodsvill joNI goodsnh i iwi
wi vill nh secure eurA complete < Immunity imuniy from taxn taxnion tOX taxaIon
fromThlna from fromhina I IChina
ion elsewhere flewhere in China Exports xpor
China am ar to be I assessed aJrnp N1 71 per rent rnt ad VB VBorem yeorem
lorem orem as at prwpur prwpurAnother prpn prfwPmirAnother
Another A nnt hlr article 1le provides for he estabshmtntof estab estabishmont I IIshmmt
Ishmmt ishmont shmtntof of ar bonded bnelpd iarahoureH BJhI nv r > y citi7 eiti7n cit i7OflM i7OflMit nd ndif
of if the th United Unite States ate at tbo open ports port olhina of ofChinn ofImina I
hina China Cia agrees to revlw TwiF op its itl mining mlninsegulations miningeguilations
rgulatonR egulations within a 1 year YIRr HO o that thlt cUlxHtm cUlxHtmf dtbul I Iof
of if f the United Unie States Htnt may IIY bo able ahll to carry carrjn I Ion
on > n mining rlnlnl operations oprltiol in Chinese Chlncsl torritor torritorrliclcs tlIior tCrritOm7 tCrritOm7rLickis I
rliclcs rLces for the theprotflricn protecticn of trade marks marksmttints marksmlttejImtC I
mttints ami ali and copyrights copyrght I are ar contained ontninuc marF in inhe iiihs I Ith
th he treaty trnty
China also nl binds hurtelf bUIlr t II to provide proi e for forI or I
1 I uniform national natonal coinage to lm legal legaender IplBI IplBItmder legaleimder
tmder ender throughout thro1ghout the empire empl ToChinese ToChinesehrlRtians To Clnf Chines Chinesiiristians
Chrltiln hrlRtians the free t exercifi4i rJercis of religion rplhiol androteotmntm and androtection andprotcCtol
protcCtol > rotection from native natr officials ofeoll are insured insuredTo Inaurd
To To American missionaries mlonarp is given gltl the boor boorhoy bon bonthey boorhey
they hoy have sought for years oar the tl right rght to rent rentuid rnl rnlald rentLnd
ald uid lease Ilae In perpetuity prftl t such property prjrty at atnay al asnuy
mu nay bo needed lodeCln in all al parts pars of the empiro empiroU
U t thn thl request rfqup t of China the United Unit Id State StateionKent Statrl Statrlco Stateonsents
co onKent by one on of the 1 Ih he articles arlcllR to the theirohibition th thprhlhition themrohilujtjon
prhlhition irohibition of f the th importation imprtation Into China Cina o onorphia ot otmorphln ol olnorphia
norphia and Internments IIltrlmntl for its injection injectionThe itijectionTIme Injetiun InjetiunThe
The ratifications rotlfcaton of 01 the treaty trllt must be bejxchanged le leexchanpN1 bexchnnged
exchanpN1 jxchanged in Washington WnJhln ton by I Oct 8 1904 1904iVhen 194 19411el 1904liemi
iVhen 11el this has been fn done the treaty will wi 1 1rfKlalmed he heJrIRhnpd hertlalmned
> rfKlalmed and will 1 immediately Immdlntll becomi becomijffoctive beome beomeefet bevonuiffoctlve
JrIRhnpd jffoctive 1 The opening of thn th Manchuriar Manchuriarorts Ianchurianprts
efet > orts as am places placR of international Internatonal residencr residencrind reIdlnel reIdlneland residencremd
and prts trade tradl IH to date datI from the exchange exchangeif pxchanl8 pxchanl8of excliatie excliatieif
of if ratifications ratifcatonI Tho TI treaty trlRtv is II to romair romairn Hlal
in n force ten yearn Yfrl It I was signed for the tInnited theinited thetnitrd
inited States by h li Idwin H Conger ongel United Unitettntes Vlitfd VlitfdSIl Unitedtltes
SIl tntes A Minister lliRtm it t Pekin Plkln John Ooodnow OoodnowUnited OoodnowUnlud CoodnowJtlltSl
Unlud United States Coiisnlneneralat COIRIIGenerai al Shanghai Shanghaiind
I ioU John F Seaman Soatimna alnn a 1 tariff tarl expert expertGIRL rxpprt expert1fl1
GIRL 1fl1 m nonuEn IWIWFI iv 1 UAKK 14Rf LOT LOTnron I1orans
I Cnrona nron I I People Plnl1 Will 1 Form orm a Vl tJlall tilatwr tilatwrCommittee ll nr nrCommittee
Committee Commltf for Protection ProtectionAs Prntelton PrnteltonAaooult PfotctlonAsautm3
As Aaooult Asautm3 nut8 and robbery of unescortedvomen unescorted IIfRcorted IIfRcortedwomen tmnescortedromnen
women in the streets of Corona orna L J I have havleen haf haveicen
ben leen ronewed rHPP and last night 11 ht n 1 commit committee committeerein te terom
frol rom limo th North Corona Corna Protective Prot4th Associa Associaion AMndaI Associaion
I tiOI ion waited waHo upon Ipon the th police polce at II the thl Newtowireclnct Newtown Newtownprlenct Newtownrecinct
ireclnct and asked askll for a special spolli detail detai o olelp of ofI ofalp
I prlenct help to protect piotrct their rlvee d daughters dmtightereiweetimnaitmi daughtersiweethearts dlughtrrr
I swteth iweethearts arts and sisters sistersFor i IsiersFer tfrf
For morn 10 than I a month frnrnient irrCInl liridulave hnjcII hnjcIII liridu icduiIa
ha lave Ia taken place in that vlilnw jln l Aft Utr UtrnlRhtul1 ° r rlight rmight
I nlRhtul1 light full wriineri MOI unrfirijrlrd Infrlrtd hovp hn ned nedimcIeienly iieen iieenitidflenly bpeuI
itidflenly mllpnl seized in lonesofne Innplfl pre p c1e II by a aall 1 ittill
I tlLI all stranger wearing wlrlnl a loii 1111 king < black hlalk nat oiatvho 1I 1Iwh nati
wh vho i ii strlplr has hal eluknl Ih In kil 11 and fll rnhh rnhhAd il th < ti rht rhtjuauitK rh rhaul hi hissaltits
juauitK grew rpl HI s IreqiiT frqlr ilin1 111 ha 1 i in ini 11 tmiiiit
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lear High IIi I I igi h t lrtv tr t > > t and iihmM vip ppln > sitn il a the theionic thehlI1e t he he1h100
hlI1e ionic ul I RfUridsnnii htri t rmknmi ti llawkin llawkinMii1 Hakin1I tin wki iu iuMis
Mii1 1I q Ijiwiur I mtWjf is a ftonopmilir onopmn her ri time t Ia > city citynd citynil lty ltyIInd
IInd nd w lJ4 nn ill her h way lhiOo iuiiv Her train trainefiihcd trainLII11 traintm
efiihcd tm I LII11 I < irir Hliorliy shortt belorn ts tote 7 oclock oclockin oclocknlld oclockiiii
nlld in iiii I ilie h tools ii i Mort viii tit across acru n I vacant vacantIcM vacantit
11 IcM it I Srt wos WJ fuiziU fIJ z from fro behind by a anan 1IlInll aman
IlInll nan who rrufnco rrlJE jrtise Ij n i Imtelnir vnich > joh was wasafitoned wasmtetmed ns nsi
i flll afitoned > tll1ed to Iwr wrt < vHt > hy lI1 ii rhain and con conalned calltalll cotiItmvd
talll alned ti her PUIMJ P her oinmutaticn < ticket ticketrid tlekela ticketiml
rid a few trinkets s of jewelry je elrjl She ieruamed ieruamednr
for nr r help but her ussallati UBS3 it3 II r pllcd pcd his hi hand handiver handoVlr handvet
vet her mouth mouthshu lIIout mnouthhmt h hI
shu 11I1 up he > sam Il I t aoing aoln to tolarrn toharm toarm
I harm larrn arm you YO > but I want your iioney iioneyMiss lOnfYI bOneyMiss
I Miss Ij laviler screa Acreaw scrad ied > d nMiii 1 ijwover ijwoverfhen t t WIver WIverI ever everiteti
I fhen the fellow eIlow remove reI1l0 I i < hand and andavo anrlla1 antiave
la1 ave tho l lug ir II strong AtrO null inualing tho thohain thoi theham
i chain ham Then he thi tIIIlIw w tile 1 1 he iinhtened iinhtenedcoman t ilhifonedomRn ightenedoroan
coman backward on th pifiunl moinmt uriI ran ranway mnaWII manwily
aWII way Miss Mi hiss 9 1iwler spread an alarm alarmlepliorme A Aplephone
i plephone messaRO was R pert et to the Newtown Newtowniollct PIlowrrprlIc owtowrtrltc
prlIc iollct station fiOrd UIHII n mile away awaynd lwavnnd awayrid
nnd nd the th reserves r pre wer wero hurried u > UIF tl lit scon sconrlilln Hmi HmiI
I rlilln 1 Ito Police Polh Sergeant f1 allt t il Viilbin t i l1nrn ltn in wild hll hllI inns innsi ii iiI
I In i I Corow I orrn wtisi liuitlpu htit leo ci i or if lift hello o ioiii 0111 0111I t t Ir Irlie n nml
I lie ml sourish soi nh but tlii tl t t > culprit cuil ulpri r hnd ditjanpeniid ditjanpeniidlinn ci iippm
i linn II Lawler La wlpr was WIl oveip 011 hicU1flf4 > > mn by 05 her oil urtvnture uetnturf oilnture
vnture nture and WAS 1111 assiftod to her hr home homeTho homrJThe hmemerho
The resident r ldlntA4 of Corona are going Itolnf to tonnn tof011II tothlt
f011II nnn thlt a inilance committee CIOmmlt Ife to t patrol pat ro th tht tbIoItrect threctat
IoItrect t reels rectat at night nIghti
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FOR tht tJtmmodatiDlt accommodation of ofSA 01pircJasrs ofpurcasersA
pircJasrs EO E OL L IA 1 A NHALL N NHALL
HALL will remain rlmaiSA open on
SA 4 TURDA Y and MONDA Y rEVENINGS YEVENINGS YEVENINGS
EVENINGS until lil 10 P M MAEOUAN MAEOIIA MAEOLIAN
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4 CASE FOR poit 4 COuRT COVllTArmy COuRTArmy
Army Arm and flavy N SU v > needier Say Wood Woodfinneic ood e enwiclc or ornllllCll
nwiclc Should lieu II Conrtllarllallrd ConrtllarllallrdWASIIIKGTOX Coorl ConrtMartlallemiSABitUOTO Iartlallrd
WASIIIKGTOX Dec 18Under the caflion cap ca calion
lion A 4 Case for a Court the bo Arm Arml an anatv and andNa orNail
Na Nail atv 1I Regitttr will III print tomorrow tli tlifollowing the thefollowlnr UfoIlowIn
following editorial on the case of Oei OeiWood OenWood GeiWood
Wood WoodTho Woodfho Woodrhn
Tho Secretary of War should order without withoufurther withouttllrttJtr wtthottfurther
further delay d lar a courtmartial for the trial trialleu trialen of ofJen <
leu en Leonard Wood U ii t A or of Lieu LieuJames IteutJame LIeuJames
James K Betide U S A rutlrod rutlrodSuch r retlrselSucim tlr8d tlr8dSuch
Such an action is 8 fully fuII justified and iideed In Indeed indeed
deed rendered abHOlntcIy necs nCCtIIory ary by b th thtit tho tholit ttisituation
tit situation nation in the Senate military commlttei commltteiwhure comrnillle1h eommnltteiwtiure
whure 1h re some secret sessions have boon de deivoted deoted derotecI
voted tu tho determining of tho ellglbllltof ellglblllt rlltrlbllltyof
of Gait Jen Wood to be b a MnjorfJenernl Mnjoroen rnl In tb tbarmy the theRrm Uarmy
army Rrm The method of the committee ar arsuch arn arn8uch atsuch
such as to keep from public knowleiiao mime muoof muoh muohor mimeor
or what I la tranuplrini III the form of testlmnn testlmnnBgalriFt tC8t1monRinlD8t tesiimonagaInst
agaInst or mainly for Gen Wood bu buenough but butnoulih bienough
enough Is known of tho proceedlnas to con convlnce convince corvines
vince an unprejudiced mind that a militar militarInquiry mllltanIn milkerImmqtiiry
Inquiry In the slini shove imnie > e of a courtmartial court martial I shoulbe shoul shoullie IIhouldhf
lie Instituted not only nnl to the end that Justlcmay Justlc justicmmmay I
may Illa be rendered to individuals but that th thbtrvicc tho thobcnicc thsirviec
btrvicc reputation may mil bn protocted protoctedThore protoctedThere protectedlhnre
There tine been nn exrhanco of allegation allegationand i
and denials belveeti belw > ell army nrm orllccra and sonn sonnoun ROmcOUA sonmcue
cue i guilty nl1t of noniPthlnt cither culpabhmisdeed culpable culpablemINdpd otilpabimIsdeed
misdeed or deliberate nnd malicious lying lyingThere lyinghere lyingThere
There here is a way to end this woful orul spectacle spectacletli sPfltllclthll petaclqtIme
tIme tli worst features of r which leak out from fronthe fromthe trotthe
the committee room to this or that advantage advantageThe ndvautlllThe advantageltmc
The army arm suffers by b this t hl8 nor sort of attack te tesay to8a
say 8a not ting of the th name and record record of offlccn offlccnThorn omcerethomsel ofliceriThere
thomsel thomselTher
Thorn exist1 one atm of two conditions Gee OcnWood 0011Wood GeeWood
Wood is i responsible rlpon jblo for act meetq i which if the theexist thpy thpyrxlBt tlm tlmextet
exist make him it fit subject for trial by bymilitary t tmilitary a amill
military mill tar court or Lieut ItunciP who Is thi thiresponsible thorlsponslbl thiresponsible
responsible author nllt hOl of the serious erlflI oharifcs oharifcsMgainst chu charmeegalast e eIIlIolnst
Mgainst his senior nlor ofllcer o in Riiilty of inis inisrepresentatlon IIIlsrprlstntlltlnn tnt tntrepresentatIon
representatIon Hither situation situation culls fot fotdepartmental fOTdepart lotdepartmental
depart departmental me ntal action act nnd end the culprit who whoi IhoIvpr vimover
Ivpr i > ver h he may ilia hit b must bo dealt with severely soverelyIf
If Lieut Kuncinib Huncio 1 Sb accusing falsely IBOI he should shouldbe shouldbe shoimllbe
be punished in the th measure mca ure of the trouble troubleho
ho has caused < If hn has told the truth trut h the theaccused thllaccused tiemecimsed
accused should be brought before a mllltarj mllltarjrourt mllitRryourt milltarourt
< ourt It Is n question for Mr Ir Hoof thlJ thlJweek thlek thltmreek
week ek und not nr > t month therefore wlifithei wlifitheifhe wtetherthe wiietlmrmhe
the he tHai should hoof he or Gen Word ld or of Lieut LieutKtinrle 11utHllnlle LicutIt
Ktinrle HllnlleGEl KtinrleEV It ttntterEv
GEl EV MEttlllAM MIST T 4VSirEff 4VSirEfffar 44 JrER JrERhr
far Department Will UII Aik Him to KxpUli KxpUliWood f EplaImiWood xplalnWood
Wood Interview IntrntewlUH Ills Denial DenialVA8HiNoroN HenIWABIIIoroN IenlalVAairioro
VA8HiNoroN lec IHThe 18 The Vnr Departcent Depart Departnent Depnrtment
cent will III call upon Majorficri H C Mer Meriara Meriam Ipr Iprrlam
iara U S A retired for a statement statements
BII Is s to the correctness of an interview pub pubkhed publI pubtehed
lI khed hed in tho press today in which h hcriticises he lieritIclses
criticises the promotion romotlon of Gen Wood Woofnd Woodand Woodmd I
and nd declares that tluLtl1I all the officers 01ll r8 of the arm armre army armyare armyireopposed
are ireopposed re opposed to hie confirmationWhile confirmation confirmationWhile COnfinnatlonWhUo
While the War Department is I inclined tc tciverlook to tooverlook teverIook
overlook the remarks made ma de in private privaKonversation privateconvelllatlon priauonvereation
onversation it is probable that such an anexplanation anxplanation
explanation if made by Gen Merriam Merrlamrill Ierrlamwill I
will rill not be satisfactory satisfactoryDENVER 8at sattsfaatoryDENVEU Oltactory OltactoryDENVER
DENVER Col D Df O o 18 18Gpn Gen H C Mer Merlain lllrriam Merlam
lain who was 811 quoted yesterday as criti critiising critlclsin critiising
clsin ising th the Presidents aotlon in promoting promotingJen prornotIn3eri
Geri Jen Wood today to day is quoted ax Haying HayingI I II
I was w wasinterviewed Interviewed late Wednesday Wr ctn > dBY night nightty nllthtb1
b1 ty 7 a representative of the afternoon aft rnoon paper paperfhlch I8perwhich papervhich
which yesterday o terdav published the alleged allegedntervlew allegedntcruieW < t tInterrw
ntervlew but wo wo did not for a minute minuteouch minuteouch minutetouh
ouch upon any of the moral effects of Gen GenVoods GenWoodl lenVoods
Voods appointment to tothe the office ffice of Major Majorlenerul Majorenerah
lenerul lenerulI I
I can an only say M < that mY wools ofllll were werorreatly wprgreatlY wereireatly
greatlY enlarged upon and that 1 have havojeen haveeen I Ibeen
been jeen credited with making an uncalled for foremark forenuerk
emark which hloh can c n not only be detrimental detrimentalo detrimentalmyself I i
to o myself but to tho Ito unny Vhlln hllo In con conversation conereatlon ¬
versation with a reporter whose ho interviewia interview I
ita ia IRS HO o aroused the Wnr Ver Department at atVashinston ataehington I IWallhintlm
Vashinston I wns 1l11 led to believe thnt ou ounnny onimany I Imall
mall nnny matters I was talking talklnrj in confidence confidencejlll i ihilt i
hilt jlll mItt rivpn fiven tn lit mv my tTHJfi c1olrt Irleni irieruls iiitriin I t i have uni never neverminted iin iinlinted I
hinted at anydamaging any damaging effect tho tim appoint appointnent appointment appointnent
nent of Gen en SVnod W nod might 11 ht have haveQV17 hn haveOIZ 11 1
QV17 nATER tTIR ISRItC7OIhitch ISPECTOHS ISPECTOHSlatch IHI C1Oll I
latch nf Them tIll Examined About mark Illnrkm HiBekmnallIlrmiuit I
m lIIaUUC mnallIlrmiuit ll Hrsult ult Kept Cturt ftuietFollowing ulrt ulrtFollowing
Following the application mndo nl do by Water WaterRegister Waterlegleter i iRpglster
Register Robert A Kelly KII in the West Side Sidejolice Sidemolicie
police court on Thursday for a warrant for forhe forhe i ithe
the he arrest of a discharged inspector of the tttelepartinent theiepartment
iepartment for blackmailing Went Side Sidenisiness SidlhUllin SideimflPS
hUllin nisiness imflPS men a number of inspectors were wereixamined wfreIxaminld wereixanuned
ixamined yesterday re tenJay by Mr Ir Kelly KIII at the theifflces theI theifflees
offices of time th Water lItlr Department In the Park ParkRow ParkRow ParkRow
I Row Building BuildingE
I E Eo S Bronfon counfel to the depart department departmpnt depnrtrnpnt ¬
ment examined < l the inspectors In pecton Whether Whetherhe hmetherhe
I the he investigation inootljtBt Ion tended to incriminate incriminatemy
my of those tho 1 now no employed by the depart department dopnrtnent dlpartment ¬
ment he and Register Kelly Kel declined to tell telluommliwioner tllICommit tellommiiisioner
Commit uommliwioner ioner Monroe Ionroe said he was 81 not notprepared notprepared notrepared
prepared to say if the examination had hadtrough hadbrollphl hadmrolighmt
trough 10 light any an evidence of black blackmail hlckmoil hiqeknail ¬
mail on the part of the inspectors inspectorsI
I will ill say though ho ndded that if ifmy IfI ifIn
I my In of tho men under me an > found guilty guiltyif
if attempting to get money wrongfully wrongfullyfrom wrongfllllvfrom
from romim busIness bI1Hln men who whoMe e water at er supplies suppliesiro lIuppllelire mpImllf7hEire
lire mowired by meters they th will not only onlyo onlyhe
he > o promptly discharged < l but will also bo boprosecuted bepro herosecuted
pro prosecuted pcutM Investigation of thh com complaint corndaunt om ¬
plaint hot shewn t that hat the I lie m mlln n who wh at atemptrd attemptrd atempteci I
emptrd to blackmail thit firm was a din dinihargfl dlRj 115hrirgriI
ihargfl employee of tbift office In r rlepartmrnt rdfplrtmfnt rleparttnrumt
j lepartmrnt rn large uPl ar this with uch suchppnrtcititien uchipportunitien uchopportlnit
ipportunitien ie for pafting arting it would ould not bo botrnnize bostral1G hotrafl
trnnize trafl if eotno one utilized the opport opportunity opportunityo unit unittn
tn o I muke moner by tinkerinp with water waternetei roaterI waternet
I netei metellI net en enlI4lJIL >
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MACIIIK II M 111 tLIES 4 MILE MILEt
It t Is Operktrd by b a Omolenf rnglnr amid xnril II amidItas 11 It Itj
j lIs l s Iwo Propellers PropellrrsNORFOLK rroJKlIlrORPOIK PropellersoRroLK
NORFOLK ORPOIK t DPI Dc 18 ISThl The Wrifhts Wrifhtsave Wrirhtp Vtljhitiae
ave p succeeded in projecting their flying flyingitachine fl flyingtarhine inf infm
m itachine dlille from a sand 1I1d dune at Kitty Iiu Hawk HawkC
I C iiit tlo I Io hO air They The art1 at e Orville and andVilbiii1 RmiWII111 andlIl
Vilbiii1 lIl miii Wiislit II t llt I t or liarton I ma vtimti Oio C t lo pnd I ii nil they theyIBM tbeyhn t heya
hn IBM a C Leen lplI tiirliiiig IIlrIII omck img heir I annual attempts attemptso attenmptsiiiiikp
to o make a inrtCMTe tly t II for three yearsIhiK yearshis years YPIIIhi
IhiK hi his time they I iitil il n frame fro me on which which7iiva whichj
j 7iiva 5 fli45 was wa It t thcd h d and lId bei < e < > were tHJl tHJlnd tl1I dl dlnd
and nd prr lrrpellr > ell r uttachment llc 1 1 e pro prolellers propeller proellera
I peller lellers ono l bnvalh ni math < ath and one nl behind were wereiperntrd wereperrteii re reI
I iperntrd Ly I a nmail gai gaol111 oU > i < c eiiiiine inside insideIIP ill insIdetie i e eI
thp IIP tie canvas box boxTliis hoxI boxhis
I Tliis l11 his machine when lu tisicsl iN cT the lop lopif to1r
I 01 if r a high sand dune vt y a 4 sined IINI in tt time ttieilr tbeair timeir
air ilr ir for a mile mileKity I1IlleKi mileKitty
Kitty Ki Hawk ison time ho reniotecoiis rtlOt > iH ninety ninetyhreo nlnet nlnett ninetyiire
t hreo hre nillciS from frornler Sori vMi i II TIC n txinmunica txinmunicaion 1XII11Unilotlln
ion bin by the hI O t ernTOM nlrcs lrc8 and not noticsr nutncar nemtear
ear n Kstif AiII iis rirr lrrr come over the theIrn tieCaeca theeaccam
Caeca IICfIO IICfIOI servicirsI
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fo1r Irn rsI t lI ° l lass sn In Naval Academy eadlm to lie f GIIII GIIIInatllI Grsmtnaleil riil riilritril
I ritril on Feb rb IWASiliOTO I IWASHIKOTOS II
WASHIKOTOS WAR 1S0TOS Dec I 110n On ascount a ol1nL of ofho ofthe oftmo
I the ho demand demnndforniorcatch formore watch officers on ships shipsn hlp hlpIn
In n ri commission the Navy OoMrtment C drtment > ha haleclded hadecided has hasecided
decided to graduate rrn l1atA on Fel > t instead insteadif
or if f in June JUl the first class of midshipmen midshipment JI1ld 1hlpmrnat >
at t the th Navel ael Academy cadm numbering IlIImi erinlt > sixty sixtytinted htytiT 1xtyye
tiT ye merdllm men hen
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tinted III lrd by b the President PresidentASHIOTO rrtllldrnlARIIIIOTfJ PresidentusAh4ttlmTI
ASHIOTO > 8 The Piesidont Piesidonten Ph esidnt esidntCOt
I en COt nt Hit 11 iiiiu It t of i Snowoop Hninen Hnineno
10 o i befollfotit hI ol llect < OIIIr i f unoniK u umk for I III lit hi District nistriclif
of if f IJurlingtoti Now Jersey JerseyIIEAOAOIIE isrecyIlEAD4ilE rRe rReI
IIEAOAOIIE FROM COLDS COLDSjiBUve rOIUSI roiisiatle
I I jiBUve alve HOme romn Onlnlnp removes reducers the r auor u r To Tort Tnthr ToCt
rt the Eriiulnr nllll r rail Jl for the nil n nim nmnir nv Vic Irt A
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TOE THE THEM MARK MARKMRSLBAR MARKMRSLBARTIlE IMRS MRSLEAK MRSLEAKTllK bEARYf bEARYfT
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TIlE LADY ITS nOXT JtO T ALLO ALLOsivuf uunr uunrtl11 41101Ucf
sivuf Ucf 111011 HOWLING SCORES SCORESTcart SCORESTears COIlESTran
Tears Protestations and nenlali Fa Fato Fall Fallto Esto
to Offset the New Sf Member Good Won Worlanil Wonand ark I Iand
and If the fbamplon C alllplon Lady Lad Bowler Bowlerlloboken HowlerIloboken of ofJlobokln <
lloboken Wont onl Resign the Club Wll WllTho Wflrho III I
Tho social circles of the hinterlands hinterlandsHoboken I linterlandsJloboken of ofHoboken
Hoboken are all in a turmoil and the Lad LadWashington Lady LaciWashington I
Washington Bowling Club first In peat peatbut pE1ce pE1cehut peacbut
but now in war is the storm centre Tli TliLady The TiLady
Lady Waahingtons have met and bowle bowlefor bowledtor bowlefor 1
for sovenyears o > nyesrll on tho alleys of the Borkele Borkeleclub Berkeley Berkeleyc1uh Berkeleclub
club During DUrln that long stretch lit retch of tin tinthey time timethey tinthey
they have been like unto an aviary of cook coolndoves cooing cooingdov cookdoves
doves dov s No rivalry on the alleys no rivalifor rlvalr rlvalrfor rivalry rivalryCor
for offlce offlcewas was strong enough to disturb th thpeace the thepenco tipeace
peace and alii accord that found its hon horramong home homeamong honamong
among them themBut tbemBut themBut
But about three months ago there flutered flu flutered fluttpred
tered into the aviary a Mrs James Lear LearFor Leary LearyFor LearFor
For two months mOil the one cooed and bowled bowlcwith bowledwith bowhwith
with the Lady Iad Washlngtons Then sh shmade she shemade iiimade
made a high scoreeo 8C0re 0 high that the forme formechampions Carmerchampion formichampions
champions of the dub < lub were hopeless hopelessovershadowed hopeleRslyoVIJhlldowed hopeiessoversihmadowed
overshadowed Thats how the nimpi nimpibegan MII11pU8began nimniptbegan
began Tho Lady Washlngtons got iigather it itgether to togother
gather and and talked talkedWhy talkedWhy talkedeVhy
Why the ideal Shes only been In tli tliclub the theclub tlclub
club two months and IIn is beginning to sho shooff IIhow IIhowort ehoo
off o already alreadyAt
At the meeting on the following Wedne Wedneday WednERday Wedneiday <
day an anxious oven hopeful hopetulllye eye was kef kefupon kept keptupon kejupon
upon Mrs Leery and tho score board boarcPerhaps boardPerhapB boarmPerhaps
Perhaps the th high roll of the week beforhad befor berorehad befomhad
had been only a fluke after all allMrs allMrs
Mrs Leery opened the game by rollln rolllna roiling roilinga
a strike Mrs Lafranz ono of Ueclipsed th theclipsed the theecllproed
eclipsed champions mado a mad swim nwlnand IIwlnp IIwlnpand swimand
and went the ball spinning lip Inning down tho alley allejSeven alle alleSeven
Seven pins fell Tho next ball was wasapoodli wasapoodliThen as a pood poodle poodleThen 1 1Then <
Then Mrs Irs Freitag anothor of the celipset celipsettoed ecllpsPfltoed echIpsetoed
toed tho chalk line The result of two de deterroincd determined dttotmined
terroincd rolls was a total score of nln nlnpins nine ninepins nm nmpins
pins pinsWhen When Mrs lltt Learya turn came again ngalshe againalbe agaihme
she hme mad another strike strikeHmP oItrikeUmtrald strikelirnl
HmP Umtrald saId Mrs 1111 Lafranz If I IBtepped IBteppedolr steppe steppeiover steppeover
over the line I could roll strikes too tooI
1 didnt do any all suih thing replies repliesMm replieMrs < l
Mm Leary hotly hotlyOh
Oh Oh I dont mipposo you ou know yoi yoido 3oldo Oll Olldo
do it but bmmtyoti you do it Just the same samefhe samoThe f4IImoTht
The next time Mrs < Ieary bowled again agaiirunning againrunntng agairunning
running her score above those of her Iwrcom Iwrcompotltors herconipotikrne com compotitors
potitors Mrs Irs Irfifran remarked icily icilyYou 1111 1111You icilyou
° You ou stepped over tho lion only throe thr feethis fee tPftthis feethis
this time Mr Irs Loary You oti know that thatagainst thots thotsogall1lt thatagainst
against tho rules mind your score cnnnot bi bicounted he hecounted bcounted
countedThen counted countedTlion countedrimen
Then there was an ebullition of the penlu penlufeeling penttmfeeling i iffflIng
feeling of all the Lady Vnshliigtons Vashmirmgtonspresent VashmirmgtonspresentThey present prlLtntThe presentThey
The They all talked at onco and just what the theaaid they theysaid thesaid
said altogether no ono Lady knows Wliei Wlieithe Wiieithe l lthe
the noise finally ejuieted the social tempera temperaturo temppraturo temperatIiio
turo of the room wan below tho ho freczipPOhlit frrezini frrezinipoint trrczhlppoht
point pointTin
Tin Iii score at the lie end of the days Ill ploy was wasMrs WIIMr waslilts
Mr Mrs Leery I ar 217 Mrs lrH Freitag 18fl Mrs MrsLbfranz llrHtJ MrsLsfranz
tJ Lbfranz < franz 151 and the rest of the lie Lad LadWashington lndWnshlngtonH 1adWaaimingtonn
Washington trailing Bomewhero tIOmewh ro iieliind hehlnlJrs iieliindMrs melmlnilMrs
Mrs Jrs Frcitog was declared the winner b bthe hv hvOle bbite
the judges as one > of the players ban broke brokethe hrokethe brokeiWe
the rules and a lid so cannot score scoreThe scorlThe scoreThe
The next day da the local paper printed printeddory i iitory R Rator
ator dory about the little bluster that hoc hocrtiffltxJ hadMlmN hemiUtT1Od
rtiffltxJ the Lady Washington Jealous Jealoustvas JealouHY JealouHYall Jealousivas
tvas all the causn < of it all said ald the story adding addlnjthat addingIhaUn addin addinhatin
IhaUn that in the UmeintcrttetofocalmsportMrs intcrestof Intcrtt odocal local sport portlIi Mrs Leary LearyMrs LearyMrs Leary1rs
Mrs Freitng and Sirs Irll IJifrnnr should mee meeIn mlet mletIn meein
In a match game with outsiders as 8 tin tinjudges the timIudges I
judgesThU judges
ThIs was th tbe theIast loflt straw for the Lady LadjVaahlngtons Lad LadWuhlngtons i iWuhlngtonR
Vaahlngtons It was bad enough tomfrs for foiMrs forMrs
Mrs Leary Learyto to heat them they the said but t tjoost to tobOaPt te teoaiitbOUtit <
joost oaiitbOUtit about it In the newspaper wan alto altotether RltoKelher altojether
tether too much It t was adding insult it itnjury to toInjury tmnjury
njury Of course she IIheJlllt nut it in the papei papeiherself papprherMlr papeerself
herself who else would woul do such a meat meathlng mEanthing meathing
thing
A week ago Wednesday Vedneedaywhen when Mrs Lcarj Lcarjntered I Lear Learntred ary aryInterld
ntered the bowling alloy she he was met b bhe hy bhe I Ithe
the he frigid glances of the Mdy 1ad Ws W R all alscJV alsimy O Obv
bv JV Mrs Mr rl Lafranr In her official capacity ol oljltib ot otclub o oItmh
club secretary secretaryMr secretaryMrs I IJllr
Mr Mrs Ijeary1 teary iaid lBl the secretary Ir Irreerine IntrEfzlngaccent Itreezlng
trEfzlngaccent reerine accents none of the ladies Adle it ithis IthIs il ilthlR
his club cares to bowl with you Tll until yet yovirove you youproe yetrove
proe rove that you 01 did not put that th t story in th the thepAper theaper <
pAper pAperRllt 3 perBut aperI per
But I didnt have anything to do with witlIt withIt withPerhaps
It It I
Perhaps not assented Mrs llr I afran7 liafranzhut > afran7but
but wn 11 believe you did There is onlj onljme onlvone onI onIme
me way wa v for you lo prove proveyourinnocence proveyourinnocencering your yourinnocenc yourinnocencBrinlt innocence innocenceBring
Bring the reporter who wrote the storj storjwo Rtoryhon stor3tore
hon wo and let hint may before the ladles thafo that theott
fo 011 had nothing to do with it Otherwise OtherwiseNO
NO must Insist Ini upon your 0111 resignation resignationThere reslgna resignatiomihere liOll
There here now nowMr nowMn
Mr I lear IMary eary broke into tears PRrs But the thelearU thsmearts
learU of the Lade WB had been Jepn steeletigainst steele streldagail1lt steeleigainiet
igainst her and 1111 her moist lamentation lamentationivailed laelltatiollIlvalled lamentationtvalleci
ivailed her nothing
The Laity Lalt Ws W 8 began fgnn to I bowl Hhen hpn it iti t tlamb
lamb mil i to lu what miinv would Ullill ff Irdlnnrn < il Ullllii 11 n 17 I iia hll have > t tmil beet beettrsi ifri ifriIrH
MrH IrH Lenrys turn Mrs l lM Loamy eiaiy > closed elr elt hci hciachomal hllJRhrmal hut hutarhmrynual
achomal ducts took her place bowled bowledmil bow bowleditmd 1 I
mil then retreating tetreatin to her no 1 rer once oncenore lncDlore nc ncimore
nore let her tears t alll trickle trickleShe tJlekloSh trickleShe
She Sh continued to do lo this during the twc twclours tlOI twrlouts
I boufF louts that the bowling hrvlinm lasted I tPCi iiu l1t to thrither thr 1110other ti tithpr
other Lady Lad Ws W R oonvurcntlonnliy OOfltr It lonalll au 11111 11111lIO mmdoclail < l loclally
lIO oclally oclail < Mrs Irf Leery wnu all as n thnu though U phi ehcvero phiwere 100 100wprl
were not notOn notOn nntOn
On lost < t Wearosdrty Mrn Leery Lellr ngnin ngninippentexl nrulnappooll ngmilnLppilttftt
appooll ippentexl < l at the bowling alley 11111 There weiit wnm wnmto me meno
no 10 tears this time owl theo van ao anothci anothcilich lnothelhigh anotluetugh
high lich score scoreThe fHoreThe scoreThe
The Lady Ws could net tolesrate fhs fhsitate rhRIItate tutstate
tate of affairs It Mm II Leaty would < l not noteave 110t1M tmctpave
1M eave tho Lady 11 Washington then the Lady LadyVashingtonswould LmetyVnshintons ul ulWnRhln
WnRhln Vashingtonswould Vnshintons tonR would leavohfir leave her If J I aresigim aresigimion fI rCllgu rCllgutlnn resigmmnion
tlnn ion is not forthcoming by b next Wexlnesdny Wexlnesdnyhe WpITlestlnvthf
thf he club will formally disband and re reiganlzo r roganl7o norganlte
iganlzo under a different nume noel with withIrs withtr ith ithPolr
Polr Irs tr Ijeary Lenr out of the setMeanwhile set sctlrhn1hlle setMenmmwhlle
Meanwhile the Lady Llld Wnshingtons Wu Vashint hlnFt1nf mne ore orewaiting OIUa arcs
a waiting s develojiment According ccrrdln to o nil nileports 0 II IIreporta iieportmm
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wi HL utiei IIIII ooiivicuoi 1101 ctvIc iou cC the hf persons iospeni iospenitlo rtsptutlo I lIII lIIItlo >
> tlo f fflr on Ihi i < < clvftiuiii ri iymI rj till mili > OitrajjeF > cite IIS adopted adoptedt
H t BH a j eriitn 1111111 0 I I 1kl > hKI KI tin u tit Tnteirjiational Tnteirjiationalxfotilix tnhtnllitionalrxponll timt it i7ialt iona ionaxpttm
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The Perfected American Watch W cn an Illustrated ITTus e book bookof boosof boo booof
of interesting information About watches TO ca1T wil be sent sentfree sentfret seniI
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fobs with simple rings or Buckles uckles gold goldchain goldchain old oldchain
chain fobs Jewelled fobs and some InterestIng interest interesting interestIn ¬
ing In oldfashioned seals set with amethyst omethysttopaz amethysttopaz ernethystlopftz11
topaz Jade e and nd sardonyx sardonyxSilk
Silk fobs fob with gold old ring 550 to 1150 I with withKold withgold withito6
gold buckles 500 to 16751 1 1 5 I with seals complete
5650 650 50 to 15000 I gold o1d chain fobs fobS90O 900 to toStOOO 430001 430001ewelled 3000 3000jewelled I Itewelled
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LABOR PEACEMAKER EAC MA ER HERE HEREUAA I IlIA4
114 UAA VXt AD 1 HIS ASSOCIATES 4 SSOIA TES ItlS DiSI ItlStISS D1 D1r
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Its time > lUlfYeirly Meeting Irrtln < nf the thetlonal N Nllonal Sa Sarlonal
llonal Clvlo Federations Exrcullvi ExrcullviCommltl FxreurlCommIUleCnmpulsnr ExcetmilviConutilltt
Commltl CommIUleCnmpulsnr re reContpulaory Compulsory Arbllratlni ArbllratlniHpnflnecl ArbIl rbltratlonOllpt ratIol ratIolOpposeeiVoiimntary
Hpnflnecl Ollpt OpposeeiVoiimntary > ldoluntar Voluntary lilnel Ind All Right RightSenator RlchtSonatr RightSetiatar
Senator Hanna presided prPIIldedYC6tprela yesterday al althe at atthe attime
the semiannual I convention of the execu execulive excuthe executive
live committee at the National Civic Federa Federatlon FederatlOII Fedoratlomm
tlon of which ho IB the head The meet meeting meeting meetlog
ing which began in the forenoon at atthe uttlie atlie
the lie Fifth Avenue Hotel will ill Inist unti untiinto lntillato mntllate
into tills afternoon ilft rnOII Thn attendance Itt ndallce ol otrepresemutattve olrepresentative ot otrfprp
representative rfprp lfntth > jf < capitil and abor watlarKer was waliIlIrler waslarger
larger than usiml a as < the quejtion of arbl arbltrntlon arhltraliOlI arhiration
ration of labor disptiUf dl lplll > vas a to lie din dinensued dlHIIB eljscussed
ensued ensuedTtie cussed cussedTue IIB pd pdThf1
Ttie nienibem of the comm commitlen itteo represent represeniemployers representemployers
employers employees and the public publicAmong publicAmon publicAmong
Amon Among tho representatives of th timsu em etnployorn employorll emiiloyers I
ployorn and the public present prERlnt he besides idPR the tliechairman theohainnan thechairman
chairman were Cornelitw < X Bliss BIl I President PresidenlEliot PresidentEliot
Eliot of Harvard University tnhrn < iy Bialiop Potter PotterCharles PotterCharirs
Charles Charl 1 Francis Adams of Helton F D DTnderwood 1 1lnderwood
Tnderwood president ple ldelt of the Erie Eri Railroad RailroadH l1road
H H Vreehmd s sa ar a S Straus S R RCallaway RCallnway Raliaway
Callaway president of the > American Loco Locomotive Locomotive ¬
motive Works orks Marcus M i Marks and Otto OttcM OttoI OttoM
M I Kidlit ldllt7 The iniloyceH nII < 1 wpm ver repre representexl rppreBentld represented
sentexl by Samuel Gotnpers bumpers president of ofthe otthe oftime
the American Federation of Labor E A AMoffett AMeffett 0 0Iolett
Moffett of the th hrlcklaySrs unions E EClark E EClark EOlark
Clark Rrandchief of the order of Railway RailwayConductors RailwayConductors
Conductors and the heads of a num numer > er of ofother ofpther
other otbernatlonal national uhioh uhiohTho uillohlThfl unioheTh
Tho Th policy > of the federation for the corn oominp CIOmIn corning
inp In sl lx months month6Ul was dlriuaed dl tu s It wIn vaugenerally wangenerally
generally agreed agreN that the sentiment in infavor Infavor infavor
favor of ofarbltration arbitration IH growing During DurinRthe Durin Durintill Duringthe
the forenoon a bill prepared for Congress ConRressby Con rHR
by Charles Francis Adams providing forcotnpuisory for forcompulsory toroolllpulRorv
compulsory investigation of labor disputes dleipiiteswas
j was dismissed The bill 1 111 does not provide proviclofor
for compulsory arbitration arbitrationIn
I III the afternoon a bill introduced < 1 inCoimmnress in inConirresB inolllrre
ConirresB olllrre s by b Senator dilloni nt the iiiHtnncp iiiHtnncpof
of Volnov Yon Foster of Chicago provldinK provldinKfor Irovhlintor mrcvlilingfor
for a national board of arbitration partly partlyon
on tho lines of the th > AnthracIte Strike Com Commission olli olli11I1lon omiu omiumission ¬
mission and without any compulsory oompuROr fen fenMires f fentires < a aurel
Mires was discuwe < l A i general debate debateon
i on arbitration compulsory l nnd voluntary voluntaryfollowixl voluntaryfollowed oluntar oluntarfollowftl I
followed in which it mi developed < that the themajority tl theulajorit l ll11ajorit
majority ulajorit of the II labor men as well as a1lh a1lhtmpln liiienuploycre tiio tiioemployers
employers tmpln N were flrA decidedly against compul compulsory compumisory ¬ i
sory arbitration arbitrationKonio i arhitrntiomtnrmo rhit rnt oJ oJHorlo
Konio nrmo action will ill bo h taken today on the tboue thin1mesrlnii I Iiurlori
iurlori ue rioti rf f an International Imerolt lonal arbitrationboard Arbitration Arbitrationbonrd arl ltrIlt ion i
board bonrdAfter bon boardAfter Ill Illi
i After ho h adi adiI1nll11ellt < < nniment last night ni ht Senator SenatorUnntin Sermatortimntmn
Unntin said saidThn sahlTho saidThe I
The intere Intf tnien II rn in flip h aims of time thofevlerntion f timefedermutiotu hI I
fevlerntion uf IF shown by h the attendance is isfiTotifyinp isgrmmtifyimu
fiTotifyinp On pjj the holo cnneiderablp cnneiderablppropresn eonsitiernhi eonsitiernhimmgrPss
propresn JM lynp beitm mode an the idea id ti of arbi arbitration arlitrntiotm ¬
tration Is beiiii beter kePt or inulercfood inulercfoodVe
Ve e nro ninking nrraiiRemtnt < for local localfe iocalrieimlion
fe liratiom > > to handlf local disputes in inthe int
the t mi vurk vii rid is luildiri I it I Id mmmm ccntrcK oii t rea reaOtter
1 Otter S Sfrntw inid I but the local build buildinK buildlop
inK dlfputet could not h elLeufseHl at thet thetconvention ho hoionventIohu
convention as far nit he Iimw He found foundthe ToimumdI
the I lie unions for the mopt part favorable favorablet
t lii i voluntary arbitration but opposeel to tocompulsory tocommupulsory
compulsory arbitration Tho hh Civic Fed Fexleration Federatitmmm
eration ho Mid had IXKII the lieu mean of ofeither ofemitimer
either heading off or settling over 100 labor labordisputes labordisputes
disputes disputesThe disputes
The federation elid not take the initia initiative inltlatito ¬
tive he paid Its object is to bring both bothHides bothsides
Hides together and thi dibh oonl coo i Ix demo demosometimes doneimomumetimmies
sometimes by n third party nm and ir r ielMo ielMoment eel lIt lItmnemtt ¬
ment reached when neither Riilet eit wn watvilliimg watvilliimgto < wiliiig wiliiigto
to make thin first ncivnnev ncivnnevAbout nctvimnciAbout
About 350 Invitations have boon lulled lulledfeira lsMtieIfor
feira for a reception and iliniieir tendered by tho thoNew tlt tltNew
New York Civic Federation to the fluent members fluenthers ¬
hers of the > national body which will talio talioplace tiukoplace
place in the small concert hall of Mndlnoti istrulleonMquare MndlnotiHquare
Hquare Harden tonight an a windup to tothe tothe
the proceedings Oscar S Straus will pre preside preside ¬
side and speeches will l be > e mado by Senator SenatorHanna Senst4rIlnnna
Hanna Samuel Oompers and others othersrOMPERS othernfiOMPEHS
rOMPERS HERE O A 4 MISSIOHill MISSIO iIISSI0NWill
Hill Try 1r to Do Somethlnt to Help the thePirhs IheParks
Parks Aim milt the Iron league loiKuePresident leagueIre4dent
President Gomper and VicePresident VicePresidentDuncan SjcePiesjdemitDuncan
Duncan barn l been > eon Kent hero hem by time execu executive OXOCUlive ¬
live council of the American Federation of ofl ofLabor
l Labor to try their theirhmand hand at getting the Iron IronLeap IrotmLehmVme
Leap LehmVme to recognize the eilel ml4 Parks loe local localand l land
and in in some way harmonize th tie buildlnic buildlnictrades
trades union unionWe umrmionse
We have come here to try and straighten straightenout
out the tangle said Mr Gomper GomperWhether bumpers bumpersVhrulmer
Whether we will accomplish anything or orriot orriot
riot I ejirmot say Rev There is a proposition propositionto propositjemuocalistrmkesofaffihIatemj
to ocalistrmkesofaffihIatemj call strikes of affiliated trade throichoutthe throichout timrnmghoutthE
the country eOutfltm if we fall In our mission We Wewill Wewill
will Dimply do do our best bestrllp beetlime
lime Cent nrAl rai federated Federated Unions committee men
decided hut it would IM uswIeKs to try trvand tryrtnd
and pet the Iron League to recognize Ixicul Ixiculand Locimmland
> and therefore elld not chow up at a con ¬
ference with reprpsentatives of the League Leaguearranged Leaguemrratuged
arranged for yesterday afternoon afurnooulmirnd afternoonIrlrnd
Irlrnd of the helm etnlg trli a FakIr FnklrA
A woman U collecting money around the thecity timecity
city on the plea that It M to LD o used for forthe forthe
the purchase of ChrLstmi presents for
tho hello girls The seeretry ecret r > of the thetelephone thetelephone
telephone company say that no ono istumthorm7ed is isauthorized
authorized to solicit any such neii contributions contributionsBrentanos contribumtjoBrentanor
Brentanos BrentanosOpen Brentanor BrentanorOpen
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Until UntI Christmas ChristmasUnion ChristmasUnion
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