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harls B 1 Alexander of the law firm firmAlexander firmkbxandr or
Alexander k Green while hlle he was as in Pa Pain Parlft ParlftIn PaI
in I regard to the French underwriting underwritingh or orh
h United States Shipbuilding Compa Compapi Company CompanyPI
pi PI brought out yesterday yst8rdaywhen when the theniniimtion thetriWfltIOfl ex
niniimtion 11111 ilia lion of Mr III Alexander in the Iieitig het hetUK hear hearI
UK I to make permanent the receiver rcler of t tcompany the theItpany I I19llIIaflY
company Itpany was W continued contnupd in the thl rooms roomsthe ro roomaih ms or orIh
the Ih Board of Trade TradeTim Trde TrdeTh Traderi
Tim Th ri Introduction Introducton of Iheso IheC letters leters Ii Iihpon ha I IIeelt
hpon bpI1 fought rou hl on the ground that Ilt they we weprivileged were wereIrilr wtpriiIged
privileged Irilr ec communications communloatons It I was wal ev evdeclared Iven Ivennclaled evrfclaied
declared nclaled that any attempt atempt to make pub pubIIP publo publoIhl pubiho
IIP Ihl letters leters would be b brought to the atte attelion atten
lion of tIt the court courtVoHterday courtYlstlrday courtVstorday
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VoHterday Ylstlrday Lawyer Untermyer who h hnil has hasMi IiiitI
nil Mi along alon had copies of tho lottnrs letlrs us usthem used usedIhNJ u uthorn
them IhNJ In framing framlnl Cuftonl qtlettIonH upstlons put to S SAlexander 11 I IUxander
Alexander Ipxllder on the Ihl pltni plBI that It was rofree rofreeHIR rrrlh rotreig
HIR 111 the thl wltneHses wltnllls memory momor on u 1 line linoiiitiiry Ino linelIttiI7 or orIlulr
iiitiiry Ilulr that Mr Guthrln Guthrll had opened openedhr i iby up uph
by h his hil examination Ixamilatiol the day before beforeMr brore broreIr beforeMr
Mr Ir Ciuthrif uthr protested and In 11 many man can canMr Ca CaMr 1
Mr I Alexander Aexndll declined declned to answer claim clalring claiming claiting
ing a lawyers privilege prilgo In matters mattrs affec affecing alect alectIg affeig
ing Ig n client clenl Parts of tho letters leter rehood rei reishowed rnd rndhowed
showed the dissatisfaction dl8tsraCtol of the Par Parsigners Parigno ria riaIgnet
signers Ignet igno of the underwriting underwritng agreement agreementhome agrmentB agrmentBll
home JI1It ll declaring recarlng that they had ha been d1iveci d dcelved de deIed
celved Ied by having halnl been told the undo undowriting un undrI1ing er erwriing
writing wriing over oVlr here was wal ns a success successMr succe succeIr iuccessMr
Mr Ir Alexander testified tlstlfld tlmt lie tclierti to tolieni lold loldhlm
lieni hlm that It was wal ft 1 very general lenlrul custo custoover ClltOI ClltOIOel C115t0over
over Oel hem h11 to declare decuf a bond issue issul aucces auccesful aUCCEBA aUCCEBAful auccettul
ful before blCor the bonds hOlrs had been bon sold in ord ordto order ordto
to flfll 81 them afterward afterwardIt aferward aferwardII
It turned ture out when the hearing hearng was 1 r rsumwl re reum1 rumrI
sumwl that one on of the thl cable despatch despatchpent depatches depatchesFent detpatclsent
pent from Paris Pars by the witness witnlllto witnoe8to to McCoo McCooN Icool Icoolyo
N V yo had nothing to do with the tho Shi Shibuilding shIp shIphulrln Shihulidtng
building hulrln company It read Ifdellvei Ifdellveicnn Idelvery
cnn 11 lilt he made sell sel new rights right on my tomb tombThe tombThf tombTh
The Thf Th witness inls said that this thll referred rlrerre referredUnOii I IUnion to toUniol
Union Uniol Pacific Paclfo rights rightsHe
He 11 said Balr that he had general knowledi knowlediof knowlege knowlegeoml
the when he in Par Parand Parand
of some oml of f plants was 1 Plrs Plrsand
and that some one showed Ihowe him list lst list1treetora i idirectors or orcireclore
directors cireclore also alo a copy CP of the prospectu prospectuwhich prospectuswhih prospectuwhIch
which whih he didnt examine Mr Alexand Alexanddeclined Alexanddeclined
declined rpclne to disclose dilclose the identity idntty of or th thpvcon this thislrFoII UtprFon
pvcon lrFoII He admitted admited that tha he knew knel notl notling nolhInl notltog
tog Inl of the debts of concerns concls 1 was wasFans wal wasParis In InPar
Fans Par is collecting clecllng a 1 debt and Ind not selllr selllrsecurities leng lengFPclrlill sellirprttrlties
securities FPclrlill Mr Alexander Alexndor declared declaredThe declare declaredTh
The Th witness admitted admite telling somethe some i ithe or orthe
the underwriters Inderwrters that his judgment w wthat was wasIhat wt wtthat <
that the properties propertlef were of great valt valtand yalue yalueIml valtanti
and Iml the personnel pereonel was WI high When Whenwas r rWAS he
WAS 1 asked Iked if he hadnt hant negotiated negotiate for ne neMibscribers new newuhecrberl neuhscribers
Mibscribers uhecrberl In n place ilac of those who ho ha habacked har hahacked
hacked out Mi 11 i Mexander exnder replied repled wit witForne wih wihomB witconIc
conIc emphasis emphasisI emphlls emphllsdont
I dont think anything I did dlr in Par ParniiiVl Pnrs Pnrso Parhe
niiiVl o rl be characterized characterlrA in that lht way wayM wa waAlexader wayM
M Alexander Alexader then thenadmitted admitted amited harm havlnhod having havinghad harmhad
had talks talk with Baron Baon CalvetRognlai CalvetRognlaiTho
The hf latter later according accring to his hil recollectloi releclli relecllihad recollectiothad
had taken 1000000 bo bonds bndl for himself himl an and andO anO000
900000 O000 for a group of subunderwriteri subunderwriteriHe subuneriters subuneritersHo
He met met O him through though goup the OppenheimsPattatan Oppenheims OppenheimsParisian a aPaiian
Parisian banking firm firmDid firmDid
Paiian Did the bakng Baron fm fmDid complain cmplain to you that h hhad he heba hhad
had ba been bn deceived deive by Mr Ir Young Younl In irquired Inquired InqulteM
quired iMr Mr Untennyer UntennyerHe Unterer UntererHe
qulteM He complained cmpline that he had ha been ben de deceived decive thcalved
calved In regard read to t tho success suc of the enterJso enter enlerprle enterprtae
cive prtae over here hee repled replied the wltne witness who whoil wit witJeo
prle Jso admitted t tMr the laon Baron h had denouno denounce denounceMr I
Mr il Young amite and had ha said that tht Mr M Youn Younhad Young Youngb Younbait
had b telegraphed tflgphe him that theunderwrltln theunderwrltlnhere the undeiing underwrltin4here I Ibere
here wait wa wa a success successQ suCS suCSQ
Q Didnt you my lY that the thword word access tucordidnt accessdldnt UCOaa I
didnt Iidnt mepn the sale nil of aU bonds but nlmplr almpithA nlmpl
r didnt thA h siile of enough Inoull to warrant arant th the hn feelln feeUnthat feellnthutthe fellll fellllthd I
tl thutthe that th the r rest st wouldbe wouldb woutfl be sold A Yea YeeQ Ye8O YeaQ
Q Didnt you sny IIY Rft that It I was the cusor cusorIn custorIn ulom ulomIn
In Now w York to 0 declare dfcillre an In IMIIB IMle a 1 succe succend IUC8 IUC8and suceaand
and nd peddle the bonds afterward uCrnrd A I don donthink donthink t tthink
think I made thst statement stalonllt as a I matter matlr rmy r or orm cmy
m own knowledge knowledarQ
my Q Do knowlee knowleeQ you OU believe that Is II the Ih rustom r1 tom wit wltlreputable witrenithle Ith Ithrppltahle
reputable J flnimclers blP A Im 11 nfrald It is isVP s svery avery
jreneral tlnclerl ciiMoni Kvery er time Im an lusu lusuU 18 IatiIs lu lut
very nlral cuolOI
U t VP pur out we r relld d In the thf papers pappIs tho next da daMntement cIY tt tta
a Mntement pl rrom the t he parties purtlf that ths it I Isasucces Isasuccesnfl ta a sucetS sucetSjuI
1 nfl then the bonds are sold old afterward afterwardThat urerllr1 a1tervnrIo
111 o That Is the wayyou way you Ol expressed pxpre sd to th thUnion thl thJtsnon
Union C tin th method mplhor which were PC n t iced ed t I IAm 11 11m tAmarie
Am Amarie m rloi rrl A 0 I told him it was wn n 1 genern genernniotom lener1 lener1t genereletiCt
niotom etiCt tom tomQ om omQ
niotomTh Q Thl Th That t wns the th expiise PXIUP yon 01 were pre Kivin Kivinhim Ilvlns ivin ivinhIm
him In II reference refer nl to the French Frplch underwriter underwriterhavlnsr IIderlrlpr IIderlrlprhlHlna underwriterhavirta
havlnsr hm hlHlna been hl ndri Adipr adrked ed that fhlt It wa a aa n I succew succewA SICCp
A 4 Thit wn wac M < the th theory I vni 1 advnnclm advnnclmfor Rdalclns advarteinifor
for this thl Infornuitlnn InfornuitlnnMr
Mr Ir Alexander wild that hn h thought thoupht thi thiBaton thARalon thBaton
Baton had adopted his hil vinws lioWI cinwa and anr thathr the Ihattl thethe
the Baton had said ho h would pay his hil subsr1ption sub subscriptlon luh luhacrptlon
scriptlon tl Bron although some 00 of his subunder subunderwriters subundpr subundprrtP subunderwrjtpr
acrptlon writers might kick Mr Alexander snii sniiho 1ld 1ldhn athhA
ho rtP had mlpht paid a tribute Irimt to the men behim behimthe bhind bhindte bohintthe
the te hnr enterprise Ptrll Asked Aktd how he hf was WIS able ahlf ti tido to todo t tdo
do that he hI said saidI Mi saidI
I have hav no right nlht to tell 111 what Mr III Younl Young Youngtd ouni ounitold
told me of tiii th future futur of the company companyMr companIr
Mr Ir Untermyer then brought brupht out that thatwhen thatwhln thatwhen
when whln Mr tnteMer Alexander got Iot through throujh talkinf talkinfwith talkinp talktnwith
with the Baron the latter later exprxssed eXfreRspd him himelf himet hintelf
et elf as l being bing delighted dlllhted with the pros prosjwcts prospects lrR lrRJCtl
jwcts Of the lfiOO000 IIfO subscription l lripllon now nowever however lOWefr
JCtl the Rotor Burorand Rotorand
ever efr Mr Alexander AIIxanrer admltr rn rnand
and his frlerid d had only paid 1200 11000 Varloui Varlouiattempts Vnriouiattempts nrlouKatemptl
rre the rest bu buthe but butte birthe
attempts were made to io collect clfct ii
atemptl the Baron Brn wer resisted rsistd them all al To nnothni nnothniubsorilxr nnothpr nnothpruhcri1rthl nnotlieisubscriber
subscriber te the witness wltnelA said eld he had ex expressed IX IXlMPd expreMed ¬
pressed uhcri1rthl lMPd his ltl regret rgrt at the way wa the sub suberlbrrR 110 110r subScHhers
erlbrrR had been treated treatedDid tlatEd tlatEdDid treatelDid
r Did t you yotanot not 10t bn tell the Oppenheims Oflnhelms asked askecMr askedMr askeMr
Mr that the whole mattelwould mattel mntteiwould matfr matfr1oul
Untermyer New York ork If thej thejhesitated Ihe3hPCitatPI
would b be financed financd from Sel thl
1oul hesitated becausH the necuntles lcurles were wer sr srgood A Anr sgnnrl
good hlatfd Mr Ir hOUIt Alexander Alpxandr declined declned to answei answeion anwernn
on nr the th ground that whatever whatevlr was said thln thlnn that thatwet her herin
pround I Ho Honulr Ia If Ifwould
wet n in the thl presence prlenC of Mr Young Younl
would a nulr ulri wait until unti the court ruled 111d upon tin tinmutter thetnalpr tltttnattr
mutter tnalpr he h said saidHid saidDid Ir
Hid you ou t say a to Young Younp in tim present presentof presonefor
of 1ir h Opppnhpims that he hl must mUllteat eat humblfpieand humble humbloTiRnr humblepeanr1
pieand OPPnhllll make his peace ac with Baron Barn Rognlat RognlatV
TiRnr declined te tesnpnpron toIn t tanwrron
V h > wns wa asked Mr Ir AIxnnder dcclnld
snpnpron In wrr 1 oliho the same tmppround ground It I Itwas wan as brought broughtOl brolpht brolphtt
when whena
Ol i t t hat tho Opppnheims
a call was as made OpJnhelml on the th lip subscribers Klbscrbr onIitly on onJuly onhJly
mi asked nskech askedIh askectho
July II I 1002 1IIO Then Mr Untermyer Cnllmllr
Ih tho h witness 102 if he h had not told the banker bankerhat hankershat hankraitat
hat h ho inrl > lied I heard that J J Y P Morgan Ilorpan A Co Cohad Coh Cohad
had h taken har some bonds and that this in infornmilon Informaton Information
formation r lken 1011 had greatly grentlyexcited excited them themI
formaton 1 I probably cRd did pratl I think excied I told them 1 1hail 1 1h Ihad
hail h fl heard hrare nimors rmors rumors to that effect efect was th threid the thereply thefPplr
reply replyi reid reidI
i In what whll Itat respect r pcl did this thl excite cxcic them themA Ihfm IhfmInlrcslld
A Ii 1 innrested Inlrcslld them ttI They knew Mr MrMnrnnn itrtnrnn Ir IrIrlnn
Mnrnnn MnrnnnJ
Irlnn IrlnnI I J What amount of securities had been beenpromncd Icpn IcpnIrlJ hetito
promncd knn IrlJ nn nnfi Ihnl td to the I French rtnch prc pres s A I aon dont dontnn don donJ t tknn
knnl fi < l vnnt aonl It I SMnooy MO nOnOO A I dont know knw knwI knowI
I i irl Ir I < nm ntno nrnuiitement rrllltmpnt hud hld been hlln made madeh madp
h I Inuit know who nuide Ildl It i I had har nothlnu nothlnuo nothlll nothllljlh i itO
tO > o nitli titI jlh It I did hear that a ominlt ominltn omll
n t n I 1 hit tieen hlln i mncle mudI for prei Ilf wese s pur purpOe purpOelr 1001 1001Ir > O e eMr
that he hehad hehnrl liehaI
Mr Ir Alexander identified a letter leter
I1xanler Ircnlfir
had written on July Jul 24 asking IAkinl that Morgan MorganHariod Morganflarica Ilorjan Ilorjanl
Hariod l wrlln V Co rerei rffi rend ve VP lie UIE subpcrlr Aublrlpton SILSCrIItJOfl > on mane manelie money moneyHe
He 11 lirHned nll to answer an wlr any nn questions QUfetons bear bparUK bfar bfarI bearIig
UK < on n lhi Ihllllr I h > Ipltpr tnt tot Ono Onl of them Ihnr won aA whether whetherVi whrlhl
of 2000000 2000000of
Vi hi oriiniilerp Iiclrrfc a subscription RuhfrlpUon
nl ep of fr f Sfimioooo aoooo n SUCCPBS SUCCPBSMr Kuecp stiCCes4SIr
Mr 11 rntprmvur who kept reading copies copiesri
Inlrllr II at th this thishi titleI H Hiim
01 1 He i lettersankod Ilwr inttrs a asked ki tho witneiw itnel
I iim hi i he didnt recall seeing sect ng in II I ti t the lie ParisttiIIfl Paris Pariseiliion Parl
I real
spcurities of the theMitiinidinRcoinpanyquoled thehrlltrinrcomran theihriiitttjincotnpanyquoted
eiliion dI of the Ihl llrrald the Iurtles
MitiinidinRcoinpanyquoled Irralr quoled at a premium nprenilutflThe premiumThe ptm ur
The Til hrlltrinrcomran jinp ill tnia s couldnt oulcni recollect rolet that he 11 had hadd had1ft hadlEd
1ft lEd > d you fl get jt n 1 pledge plcd f from rrol M It unties Harjpsthit Harjll HarjllIhl untiesth3t
about aboutthe ahoutIh a1Olltthe
thit Ihl h Ito would wOlld say A ear everything
the Ih enterprisn Mr Alexander refused rrut to ton tonow1 toanawi
anawi n w ih liii nupntion in that rorm1r form formMr
now1 il
Mr 1r rnlfrmypr rl uIlol wanted wllt1 to kn knrniiinderxvritPrB know why hy the thei1i
rniiinderxvritPrB 111 i1i uitclijtvrtprg InhfIIr nciwrillrs inJulyofllK inJulyofllKI in Iul or 1002 02 would hu huIh Itiy Itiyiti
Ih I I rode rind nds and In August refi refifor rlfud refused to pay payto pny pnyfor
for to tioinand 11Iald said Ild AUjult Isnt nt Itnfnct It a afact fact that they theym therml toe toemade
m ml made lo nn investigation through throuph Seligmnn Seligmnnnnd SeliFman SeliFmant
< 11 ilCfllpallon 1Fman of ortl oftiiti
0 t I I nnd ld liderUiurg Ilenlurg Thttlmann k Co 0 oftii
tiiti tii tl ftvr ftvrMr Ih Ihr il ilMr
Mr r Alexander Ip andpr said Rid that he believed belevl that thatinn thatIn thattcflt
tcflt In inn information IlforlalJon had been ben sought ught in that thatnv thlt thatLi
11 Li nv HP I waR wa asked if he had not made some somernarki sometiiark Imo Imorrark
rrark rnarki clout tho SollgmHns Mr II lr Alex Alexner AloxrlpHNI AlexIiiilor
I Rmls
Iiiilor ner replied that Ihat he hr couldnt recall real that thatlieilil thllth thathIeilhi
lieilil h cll There Thlre Ihere wore er two alleged ged cablegrams cablegramsrMved cablegramsr cattlegramaPariswhich
rMved r Ir at Paris Parif Pariswhich which I sawand 11 eawandwlitch and which the theuidnt theiliatoaic th th6IIIAI
6IIIAI iliatoaic afterward rppudlate repudiated he said saidLidnt Id Idt
uidnt that the Soligmans wer wore or
you say 8 limaD
trym tr1ng to knife knre the business In Pant PantasKed
aske asKed Mr Untermyer to which the wlnt8 wltn wltnreplIed Iaria
replied reple that some lomo such thing might In In9n he
ben been Id said 9n on account acunt of the telegra telegratuHi
bUt that the Sellgmanj arterard l18 at
that the dlspatheA deapatohios SelgU had nver never Len been penl se
Tb Tbho brought The ho content eonten out outIdMrUif or thela these telegams tlegrama Were not notrought i
tuHi IdMrUif Mr A1Pzan Alexander Alexander l 1 frequently refused rlruId to toen
Identify en ry language that Mr Unterm Untermread Untermer Untermerread Untermread
read from rom angage letters tettrl In front of him himunderwriters l himsaid m He HeKd
said Kd however hootr tlat that he might hae wlteb writt writtsomo
1000 somo luch such HunK thing as that ho thought ot
buYng buying an omnibus anti puttng putting the Irencl reii reiiunderwdters
underwriters un erwrterslnlt In It I t like lke ant a lot lotor of school Ihool chlldr chlldrias chlldras chldren chldrenas
as the matter mattr was becoming beoming ridiculous ridiculousa rldiculoul rldiculoulI rldiculoulII
t 110 Jo > a 5V 0114lllhr oui V iulicr iii I icr HIP I hr Huron lurol telling 1 dli lllg Ii g y v 01
I iii n I II July 1111 I lie h hud ben to too tel I M I lliirJCB nridOi nridOiliiid anllhul and il
h lot liiid huc ii acId slid I then worn no 10 tictuiil 11UlllllotuloI8 ii 1le I Uti I Imotutl tub t a t Ic
lot tPse thl the 8 securitIes < curll < 1ritl > lti II New A York A A 1 do dor coll collrUIulthnl doreec
rUIulthnl reec Ii t hut II lii sittil ull Ihll t Ito I
U r u9n Dldn Didnt t the llnroii any SI HIP Ih cashier tin tinlnmli Ihrl IhrlIldl
11111 I I Ildl Ildluald uald eprylhlll everytIiiiij lie llillc VOI1II < l bad about nbo1lliiiI thl
lnmli lfliRIlii 1S 181 8veVAryv A YCl Yes Yesci
lliiiI U Dldnl > ldnt M I Hurjes ItirJl tell 1111 you YOlhp lie wits WIB nrpj nrpjvVted prrJu prrJuylced projilked
ilked vVted n IlunII agiiinat lnit the bunlmsH IJ IS since MhlCI wu wun eti
YOtitr oln n I f who whl had told him hlll that t hat 1 he Yotifltas Vonn Vonnwas olnl olnlklal Pt11
klal was the tlhe whole urTiilr utulrlnd mid id that M Hurji Hurjilid JurJI 1Iar
knowing now Young thought the IIheme
thoulhl WIM
hl bad lid d > mi Illd tutu nl dld dldl dldii ollg I you 01 I11111 Ihll I tl1 tell him that You Youvras 1OUI oti otitrail
trail al only on u I ijrqtnolur siiih ch u ua Mr lr Moreeozistontly More Moririonilantlr Iollln IolllnCOldl810nll
onilantlr COldl810nll employed el ploI uwl ulclballaron Ihatllaron that Baron Komi Komind 10llsl 10llslUI Itogtit Itogtittirid
UI tirid nd not Younir oUlur wan wu the titan Inn and dldi dldiw dldnt dldiyou
you 01 1110 also w fU suy j thul ni i rh rIo i iii iuiuu Baron aron mm hal had told IUJU YOI ui uithat > l lvery
that luIIII very er 1 day tlmt tlii he h would wOlld pay Pl his 4nllrn 4nllrneUf > ntl ntlVM ntiCull
eUf Cull II A VM M cu 1 lurJ11 lu rSl expensed Ixprl88ed greet grelt dIsh dlnllmutt dllllc8 dllllc8o dIshof
o of Mr r Young 111 ls > I Ilolt l loll ° 1 rec recii recall lllll Ih otl1 otl1W othlr ottiliiattertc
mutt 11 liiattertc liiattertcl I ter
W 1 l J refer rWflr lfpr to it I letter lcr written writen by you ou fJyell D Dor Did DidOU
yell > OU < or did you not make those thosl statement HtatemcntA Htullmeotll
A 4 I decline declle to refer to that letter letfr oh 0 on ongjourid tl tlaround the theIround
around Iround hut It II Is privileged privilegedy prlvlelo
y l Did you oti 01 aiy 11 iy that you OU were pre Indlrou Indlrounut Itidigntithiit 111llnl 111llnlthut
thut nut Hurjes JIIJM should Ihould gossip 10911p iiboiit I UOI I Youn Younand YOIII YOIIItlnc Yonoand
and tlnc tlmtyou thntol were wlro Kolnir 1011f gohri to cable Mr Mor Morthat Morlnn Morlnnlat Morte <
that lat through tbroull the Inability of M HarJea HarJeadiscern IlrJt Ifariesdiscern to todiscer
discern discer the th difference dllerpDce Inlbily between Iltween Mr YOlll Youi Youinnd tout toutnod
nod ald yourself ourelt you ou were going olnl to transfer transfermoney tl tlmoney tbe tbemonl
money monl from frol their house hOlHe A I express expressreirref pxprpMd pxprpMdreAet expressreaTet
reirref reAet that M HarJess IlrjeR opinion of Mr Your Youiway YOllr YOllr111811leolnlthe Yourteas
way 111811leolnlthe teas affecting the situation I have no recc recclection rlcol
lection 111 OI of that languaga langurigeQ suaton
Q Didnt Ildnt tbatllluUI you YOI tell Mr ° Onpenhelm thi thiJoung thAt thAtoUhnl
Joung Young had mnde mlds an tel ads RIS 11 of himself and th thha thlt thltf iiilie
lie f oUhnl ha had ad 1lke telked Iked too much1 mloh A 4 I may ma ha hesaid hasaid hs8 hs8aId
said aId that llarjes larj thought Iholht he hud tnlked t tinucli 100 100Inlcll Ii Iimuch
much inucliMrUntermver Inlcll InlcllMr muchMr
MrUntermver Mr tntermver llntermver asked aslN Mr MI Alexnnd Alexnndlr AleunderIf
If Mr Young find ever released him frothe fro frothe frm frmth
the th obligation oblgation not to divulge dlulpe cornmunic cornmunictlpns commull communicions n ntlons
tlpns ions between betWl1 counsel counlel and client clent M MAlexander 1 MAlexander
Alexander said sid he had not notWhen not notWhen
When tho witness wlne8 was W8 turned tune ov ovagain Or Oralaln oragain
again alaln to Mr Guthrie the latter got M MAlexander MAlexander I
Alexander AIcandtr to say tY that he had not been bn I Iterested In Intereate ii iieresced
terested tereate In I any way y In the promotion promotionthe promoton or ortl <
the tl shipbuilding company cmpnny and that h hbusiness his his1uslnel htUaiflesa
business 1uslnel in Paris had simply been ben that thata < or
a lawyer lawyerWasnt InwerWaAIt I
Untennyer UntennyerI Wasnt WaAIt your arm fr interested Inleresle asked aske M MUntennyer Mr MrUntennyer MUnterznyer I
I do not know that It was Mr Alexandf Alexandfreplied Alexnder Alexanchrepllodand I
repllodand replied repll and then later mid that he feconvinced fe feconvinced fllt flltconvinc
convinced convinc that it I was ws not notDidnt notDdnt notDidnt
Didnt Ddnt you ou know that they were t tget to toget Iget
get 400000 00 in securities securitiesI seourlte
I saw IW a 1 paper per of commitments cmmltmenll with wih the thementioned that thatmentione thrmentioned
mentioned mentione on it jtMr itMr itMr
Mr Untermyer Unl rm er wanted wanto to know ho hoMr how howI hoMr
Mr lr Alexander being In Paris Psr knew the thehis that thathis thehis
I his firm fr or any anv member of It wasnt Wsnt ir irterested In Inter itterested
terested ter ste but blt all he could culd get out of th thwitness the theI thwitnna
witness was as that his hi conviction onvlclon was the thatho that thatthl thethe
the firm was WJS not interested interestedThe InterlIte interestedThe
I The days hearing hoarlnj was wat suspended suspende a athis at atIhlll athis
this point and nd Mr Alexander r was wnl excuse excuseHS excue
HS lf a witness I les Mr Untennyer UnterYlr giving u uquestioning lp iiquestioning I
questioning uftloning him further until unti the I he Cour Courhadruled Courtlutdrle Courhad
hadruled lutdrle had ruled on the te question queton of a lawyeral lawyer lawyerprivilege lawyerpriwilege
privilege prlIEle which Mr Alexander constnnti constantlraised constnntiraised cnltantly
raised raise The hearing herlnl will wi go on next Tues Tuesday Tuel Tuesday I
da day when accountants accunlants will wi be called oUrd esliedtestify t ttestify to toIlty
testify as to the conditions cndltlonA disclosed dlsclosl I Ithe In Ithe
I Ilty the temporary receivers r report of th thcondition the Utcondition
I condition cndition temprarv of the Bethlehem Bthllher company ani aniothur and andother anDther I
other plants plantsSOCIETYS plantl plantlSOCT plantsSOCIETYS
SOCT tlnliTU4
I I IWorktnlr
Plellns testing Show hl Gr Given for the thp lltnellt lenent o oWorking or aWorkln
Working Workln Girls Clubs ClubsA nubI
I A Christmas Chriltlas fete f te and tea tEa for the tht benefl beneflif beneft beneftor
or if f the Clover Covel and St Anthonys clubs foworkInggirla foi foirorkinggirls rorI
I working rorkinggirls girls was opened yesterday in th thItalian the thtahian I
I Italian Ilan Gardens Oardel of Eugene Glaenzcr Gamc 1 1Vest In IIVeet I IWe
We Vest t Twentyfirst street U I is iu II manaspects man manaspects many
respect aspects one of o the mOlt most attractive atractive chari chariable char charlable
Ible able entertainments of the season seasonAt seasonA lson
At A t the entertinent entrance to the gardens gadeD Mrs W K K7anderbllt ETanderblit I IVanderbit
7anderbllt Jr Mrs lrs Royal Ryal Phelps Carrol Carrolnd Crol Carrolad
and Vanderbit nd Countess Cunts De D lugierVllars Lugl rVIr sob solilolete lold loldviole sobblots
viole blots Ie and orchid orhi from Ole marble mable Neptuni Neptuniountaln Neptunefountain Neptuniountain
fountain which was wa once the property o oerdi ot oJ oJerdi
Yerdi erdi Near Xer this thll basin rare rae old olcfongravivug olcfongravivugnd ongravingi ongravingind I Ind
nd English prints prlnt wero banked b ncd against rt ai aintliie an arnthqiie I
antque ntliie Engllh Cathedral Ctheral altar alta of the Mater Do Dorona Ioirosa I
rona irosaitr ronaMrs
01011 Mrs Mrl itr Thomas Thoma Wren ren Ward and Mrs Mrsidrian Irs IrsI trsdrian
I idrian Iselln Ilcln conducted a 1 fish pond In i iOMtly a aI iostly
I cottyold OMtly old terra cotta cota basin once an ornn ornanent ornnlent ornnment
lent In 11 the palace of the Duke of Parma Parmait
i U another basin originally originalv an al aquarium aquariunn
In n an Orleans Orl anl palace Mrs Irs Winthrop Clian Clianor
I ler or and Mrs Ir Astor stor suplied Impltd the little lttle folk folkf folkwith folkcithi
with f ith lines IlleB and Inl hooks hooslO to fish fsh for pretty tlilngi tlilngiOn thllg tliingiOn i iOn
On an altar from Pisa PIB were banked banketLmoricau bankedAmorlcnn bankemerhttu
Lmoricau Beauty Hearzt lar ropes which hlch were 111 sole solejy soiciy old oldj
faIIT 10111
j hy jy Mrs IIs Arthur Welman ehnlll Miss ls Polly Poly Whit Whitler Whltter WhItlet
let Mid t I Edward i L > Cottenet Cotenet Mrs Ir Fred FredTick Fredf Fredrick
f Tick ter W V I Vanderbilt Inrerbllt and Miss lsl Hoyt HoytIn HoytIn Hoytin
In the fountain room rom there therwal therewas was a Christ ChristnaR ChrilmaR Christnas
maR tree tre that reached reahed to the dome dOle of tin tinluildlng theI thutuilding
I luildlng It was hung lng with gorgeotn gorgeotninsels gorgeoul gorgeoulI gorgeouiluuseleand
buldilg tlnKlland luuseleand insels and I hundreds hundrLds of electric eletric lights Or Orho Ontho Orho
I tho ho tree were cacti cOlII v present JrcsentA for little ltle folks folksrhieh rok rokI folksehtich
which were sold > v a corps of girls ana ancIrn anaj antIrs
I j Mrs Irs Walker Breeso Brle8Q Smith In the mantli mantlioom mante manteI mantlroom
the fourteentr fourteentrentury fourteentientury
I oom where mantles from from fouteenth fouteenthCEnlury
entury down to the present day d8 were werjliown werefho1 wer werhowru
CEnlury fho1 liown in great numbers numberl Mrs Delancejlane Delancej DelanceyIano Delanceano
lane ano had a tea room presided pre ide over 011 by the theilissea theI thelisses
MI Iano ilissea e8 Ixelln Iseln Mrs Mrf Herman It 1 Emmet anc ancIrs and andlrl ancIre
Irs lrl Herbert D I Robbing RobbingA Hobbins
I A concert wa was given in the miniature miniatureImpel miniAtureIhllel
Ihllel Impel 10lert of the lla gardens The chapel IP Isby IPghted illIghtPd
ghted by Italian Ialan church windows Around Aroundhe AroundIho Aroundlie
IghtPd Iho he wallsriohly walls richly carved monastery monstery prayer prayeriinlls prayerIlall prayertails
walsl rohly carve
tails celling and panel paintings fromId from fromold froniId
old Ilall Id churches clmrchl Cf In altars alare and pews pell palntlnjs railings ralmgl and andrledieux andpredlux andriedieuix
rledieux form the furniture rurniue With Wltl such suchurroundings Iuch Iuchsurroundlngl suetiirroundins
predlux surroundlngl urroundings Mile Petite Pette the French Frenchctrees Prenchaclrels Frenchctress
ctrees did some Mio of hor airy sketches sketchesranz skethes skethesFranz sketchesranz
aclrels violinist and Mme Mrpeharlotte Mmeharlotte
Franz ranz Oberman the boy iolnlst lle lleCharote
Charote harlotte Wiehe were ero on the programme programmeDO prognmme prognmmetoo programmeThere
too DO O
DOThere There was W8 a doll dol sale 1II a surprise box boxovernl boxseeral boxirveral
overnl contests contst for jewels and pictures picturesn
an n art vase VSf department and many flower floweramns fioVer fioVerbaAins flowerasins
baAins baAinsThe amns amnsThe asinsrue
The managers say that a great get deal del more morelonev moremonev moretones
tones was wa realized realed than was wa expected expectedhe expeted expetedhe
he ffite Oe te will wl close this tis eveningIIRISTM4S evening eveningHltlSTMAS eveningClnSTl4S
c url early rl a Million I on end a half nal Kent rnt This Ttl Year YearIn ur urIn earIn
In Postal Orders OrdrnThn OrderlTho OrdersThe
The last 111 three thrl steamships IlpamAhps pound ound fortirope for forirope roruop
irope left ef this Ihil point loaded withChrlstmaa withChrlstmaaloney wi with I ChrlltUa ChrlltUamoney Christmas
money uop in the form of postal pslal money mOey or OldOI OldOIIn ordors ordorsI dors dorsn
In n I nil ni 120874 1264 money moU order dvice8 ahIcef were wereent weretnt Ir Irlent
lent tnt representing rprpfntlnp a total off140808620 off140808620he ortll 0920 0920The
The he St Louis last Saturday Sturdar Carried trled away away730oas32 away1736OU2 away300S32
730oas32 the Kaiser Wilhelm Ielm II 1 on onuesday onTelca onieatiav
1736OU2 Telca uesday I417SOII8 147SI18 and thai th Oceanic Ocanlo on onWednesday onWenlsdny onedrresday
Wednesday 125545870 125545870Great 254567OGreat
Wenlsdny Great Britain 1255670 1255670Grat and Ireland get the lions lionshare lon lionsare s sIhare
Ihare hare Grat are of Briain the money namely 16283044 16283044Glrrany 82839944ermnany 82839944 82839944lermany
lermany gets etie 23945145 Bweden awedEn 11 113 113J961
getl 12394545
Glrrany Russia is isnlv ISonlv is isrmhy
J961 and alto Italy 1135I0 13527000 Husll
8951 onlv nlv in fifth ffh place piaa on the thoJlst list with 17 87 87L939
1989 Hungary gets ets 0228310 and Austria Austriat47872l
Denmark receives 12281 2008379 and andfonvay andNorway andorway
7478721 rclve
Norway Dnmalk 3791828 To Switzerland Swizlrand only onlySI9224f
1922048 t7116Z has hnl been Illn 10 despatched but the thnretherlands IheSetherlallds theetherlarids
SI9224f retherlands gets gell much less 1r8 than any other otherountryonly othercunlronl othertuntryonly
ountryonly 407565 407565One 40756SOne 0716
cunlronl One days transaction in the money moneyrder moneyord moneyider
department davl of the Post Office hero herot heretitle 11
ord rder r thr POlt Ofc r rat
at t this season s aon amount amout to 238170678 231io78 2381 7087 Supt SuptJliott SUJl SUJlE1ot Supthhiott
more than 350000 oooo worth of ofXiropenn orEuropan ofuropean
Jliott buys bU1
Europan E1ot Xiropenn bills bls exchange of l 10 dally dailyeII4ct dallyCIIACK daiy daiyl
Ilans forkouilgsterl In Con ContaKlou Contlotia
Ur r 1ldlrlpl IederIes an rlr1ouIIIIII
UKloin IH Usra4 Ilaeas4ii rai4ii Hospitals HospitalsHealth lolplat lolplatHealh hospitalsHealth
Health Coinmiaaionr Commissionpr Ernst J I ederle IJderle IJderlehas LadorieLa < ederlea
Healh Christmas celebration Ion for foro rortho forIn
has La a planned planld a Chrlstmal clebrat
tho In o children In thecontagious Ih the cnlapioul contagious diseases diseasesspitals dl8ISeS dl8ISeShospla1 diseasestspita1
spitals chidrn and has appealed to THE iE SUK SU to tojk 10nlk toik
hospla1 him himDr himDr him himDr
Its readers to help
nlk jk Dr il Lederle raders has placed taeed a contrlbuton contrlbutonix ontrlmton ontrlmtonbox
JJderll building at Fifty Fiftyurth Fiftyurth
in the department Fify Fifyrourth
box ix X in deparmlnt buiding
street and Klxlth avenue but enough enoughfornbly enoughmonpy enoughoney
rourth urth Hlxlh
cannot llel anr he colccted ectld In that manner mannercarry
monpy oney cnnot out his pIa plapis c H Ho alks asks for con conIrlbnt conjhutfOflCtOYs
10 carry II
crr candy dr fruit or money moneyeforabi mOII mOIIprrerbly
jhutfOflCtOYs nIOYI Cl be bent
fornbly money mone l lnt IContributlonS Contrbullons < may
prrerbly direct to his office officelUrliumer of1eIlarhIUrrrflrP
snt nt dirct
narlurllr IlarhIUrrrflrP lUrliumer Prop oTc oTcnarlurllr lilt II Clerkship ClerkshipJulius lerkstitpJulius lrk81tp lrk81tplulU
Harburgerthe the Tammany leader of ofn ortho
Julius lulU Harburjer clerk clerkMunicipal cle clerkthe k krthA
district designed his hil job as
Tenth l1
tho n I ne
Fourth prlP DI DiitriOt trlot Municipal Curt Curtotfray Court Courtterclay
rthA nt the Rulhivait Rulhivaitnner
antounced Rulhal Rulhalinnlr
He Rn
otfray terclay ThuredMy le night that h ha i Is to be beunder heider
innlr nner on Thutd r 2000 a year bet ter than thana thanMunicipal
under ider sheriff herl a Joh 20 Jerkehlp yar beter
a Municipal Court C < url jderkehlp
A Royal Road Out of Youi YouiChristmasGift YourChristma YouiChristmas
ChristmasGift Christma Christmas Gir Gilt Difficult DifficultToday Difcultie DifcultieToay DiF1icuItieToday
Today WI u > t suggest jArgetlGreat suggestGreat SUIIslGreat
Great Masters MastersAN
By JOHN LA FAROIlluminating FARO FARGElummating FARGIIlluminotingand
Illuminotingand Illuminating lummating and syntpathttic sympalhle boraphcaessays biographical biographicalessays biogpMal biogpMalesays
essays esays on Michelangelo Raphael Rapha Kern Kernbrand Rmbrandl Rentbrand
brand Rubens Velasquez Dunr and andHokusai andHokusal andHokusat
Hokusai Mr La L Farge Fare is our ourleadinar ourleadinarcrile oureadng leading art artcritic artcritic
critic crile and ald his hi preeminent position psion givts givtsassurance gwssassurancQ IS ISassuranc
assurance assuranc of oflh the authority and nd scholar scholarship scholarship scholarshv ¬
ship that have gone ne into nlo this Ihs work It Ills Illsmagilcnll is ismapIcently ii iimagnificently
magnificently illustrated iluslrted gne with sixtyseven sixtysevensplendid sixtysvspledid sixtysePsetsplendid
splendid magilcnll spledid halftone halIol reproductions reproducions of masterpieces mas mastellees masSerpiecgs ¬
terpieces tellees that caver ths Ih field d of artcompletely art artcompletely ar arcomplIl
completely completelyCream complIl completelyream
Cream ream Buckram catir dolt stump SternoPopitd stumpo OIP OIPPolpold
Irtam Popitd Polpold o pad 1339 3O 5 till 1150 1150McClurt it itMcCfure 300 300McClure
McClure McClurt Phillips Pilp Co New York York1IHOAT York York1IJWtr YorkIXIGNl
Got GO Heard 8 Ha 5 yi the tie President Pr lldent Intuit IntuitlonliUna Inlule Insultlouisiana
louisiana and Now ow Orleans UrlrtniNEW Orltn OrltnNEW OrleansNEW
NEW ORLEANS Doc De 18 18001 l8Gov Gov flea Heais Herd HerdI fleais
is I out to today < lay in an Interview InlereW in which 1 1denounces he hedenouncs I Idenounces
denounces denouncs President Prsident Roosevelt Rosvelt for iniu 9nauing iniuing Insult InsultIng
ing the State Stte of Louisiana Luisian and the city cityXew oty cityNew or orNew
New Orleans in failing faing to send a represent representti roprenta roprentate representUve
ti te Uve ve to the Louisiana lulslan centennial ontennll celebratlo celebratlonow celebrton celebrtonno
under after being repeated repeatedinvited repeatedinvited
now no way afer bing rptedly rptedlyInvite
invited Invite He says caysBoth MYloth saysIloth
Both loth Spain Spin and France Frnco sent lnt represent representlives r ropresenbLives pr nta ntat
t lives and ancmel men of war but Roosevelt R08welt ignon ignonthe Ignord Ignordthe ignorthe
the celebration clebrtion declined delne to come hlmse hlmsealthough himl hlmsealthough
although personally prlonaly invited Inite and failed failedmake faied failedmake to tomko
mko make provision for any anyone one to represehim repress rprnt rprnthim represshim
him or the Government although alhough impo impoLuned Impr Imprtuned impotuned
tuned to o do so by both the Louisiana Sen Sentors Sna Snalar Sentots
lar tots who finally fnaly gave up the task In disguifinally disgui dlspult dlspultFinaly disgurFinally
Finaly finally when I telegraphed telegrphed to the Prestent Pres Presient Prsi Prsident
dent suggesting suggestng that Admiral Wise Wis wr wris who whoIs wi wiLa
Is is La hero her in command cmmand of the Minneapoli Minnepols Minnepolsb Mlnneapolle
b 30 e appointed appinted to represent him he coirented coi coisented con consentt
rented sentedXTRVDED rentedfXTRUDED
sentt senttNTlDED
Carrie Nation Naton Interrupts Interrpts His nl Bill an anLivens and andLnnl anLlrens
Livens Lnnl It I Ip a Hit HitChuck BI BIChuck flitChuck
Chuck Connors C n ors and Carrie Crrlo Nation Xaton had hadlebate hadlebate I
lebate in Tammany Hall Hl last lst night Chuc Chucras Chuckwas Chuccas
was ras holding his hil annual ball bal and Cern Carrlried Carie Carietrie Cernrisc
trie ried to break It up because bccul a woman ha hatritten had hadwiten haeritten
witen tritten to her saying sying that her son wa waicing wa wcbeing
bing icing led f astray expecting expecing that he hI would woolneet wouleet wouldmet
met neet eet all al the Chinatown Chlnato belles helell at the ball ballAH bal baItA
AH A soon as Carrie Carie quit doing stunts i iTen In InTen ITen
Ten Nights IRht in a Barroom Brroom at the theatrhe theatr theatrhe teatro i ihe
he rushed down to t the hall ha First Fist sh shanked sbe atranked i iyanke
yanke ranked a cigarette cgarette out of the mouth of ofoyers ofoyers n nDoyenl
Doyenl oyers street stet dudo and then upset two ta talasses tal Lailasses
gla8s lasses of beer ber belonging to two Chlnamei Chlnameihe Chinmen ChinmenIn
In a the exciement excitement that folowed followed she got on ontho o oho
tho he stage without being stopped The Thehe Then Thenshe Tlithis
she he started Ilrte to t make a speech speechMo speh spehMe speechMo
Mo good bides loide cut it out said Id Chucl Chuclind Chuolmd
and in a twinkling Iwinklng the Chinatown ChlnatOn belle bellevere blh1 balkvera
werl vera roosting rooltlng on Mrs Mr Nations Satonl shoulder shouldeiind shoulderl shouldermci
and clawing at her hair hairChuck hall hairChuck
Chuck generally penerly doesnt telephone t the to Ihe
the he police polc for assistance asillnce but things thlngf looke Ioked Iokedso I
so 0 turbulent that tt he asked ake the East Et Twenty Twentjcond Twenty10nd Twentyecond
10nd cond street stret station Itaton to Bend nd help Tw Twlain Two Twoplain Twdam
plain dam lain clothe clolhe men persuaded prude Mrs Mr Notiohat Notio Natinhat i ithat
hat the atmosphere was clearer in th thtrect the theItret thtract
Itret tract She went reluctantly reluctantlyROOSEVELT rluctanty rluctantyROOSIEI reluctantlyROOSEVELTANDTHR
tlp lipping ln CrlttclsiDK ltcan the President Ptldent Sen Sento Int SenIn
to ttrand rand Army Mm fen south HontbHiBMixoHAM SoutbHIRMINORUI southBInUINOUAM
HiBMixoHAM Ala Deo IB 18Ladn 18Ladnm 18Leadin 18Leadinimbers Leading Leadingjembers <
m jembers mbr of the Grand Army of the te Re Reubllo Republo Reubilo
publo ubllo in the South ate at > in receipt rcipt of clip clipIngs cliplags
plngl lags from a Columbia Pa newspaper newspaperrlth newpapr newpaprwith newspaperrith
with rlth an editorial editoral condemning cndEmnlnp Preelden Preeldenlooseveit prldent prldentRoosevelt PresidenIooaeelt
Roosevelt for his treatment of Grand Arm Armlembers Ary Arymember Armwmhera
member lembers and Republicans cpuhlcan In Columbia ColumbiaThe ColumbiaThe ColumbiaThe
The article artcll quotes quot from President Prident ROOM ROOMelts RoM RoMvelt looseelIs
In referenothe referenc referencD
elts message meOge to Congress Cngrl rfernc
velt to D the civil war ar heroes hero and then goes go on t tny t Isy <
ny he cvi does not practice practic what Vhat he hI preaches preacheshe preachesTe
lay he article tell tehlic of two old soldiers soldlerl whi whiwere whiwere
Te were ruthlessly nlthllllslv pbced lnced under the guillo guilloino gio giotine guihlono
tine ino no 110 and their official olcll heads removed remove to t givilace give giveplc girtlace
lace to political pol tcl ward workers workersIt
plc It is If believed llewd hero that Grand Ord Army Armyten Arm Armion ory orymen
will be asked t tye 10 10IJ
men ion all al over the country Cunlr wl hl Iked <
IJ ye their Influence Infuenc against aRlnlt President Prsident Roosepit loose Hoo8 Hoo8vel looselt
pit lt for the next nomination nominationThe
vel The clippings clpping chippingsare are ar mailed mald in plain pllneneloef pllneneloefand ilainonveloei ilainonveloeirid envelope envelopend
and nd have caused caufd somewhat of a senratior soneatuorI nNton nNtonIn
and Republican circles circlesAK circlestANK
In 1 Grand Grnd Army ry Iwpubltn crclel
mater rn tor lunnas lannal Hank n nk to fnlle 1nll With Wlh th thColonial the tinColonial
Colonial National NationalCLEVELAND aIIonaIIEvaiAND
CLEVELAND CtPFLAND 0 Dnc Dpc 18 IfThe 18The The Clevelanrust Clevelan C1Ielald Cievelancrust
Trust rust Company has hR bought bou ht outright th thood tho thnoti
ood will wi and business of tho Central elntral True Truaompany TrutCompny Truenmpanv
goo ompany of this city ciy The Th capital Opial of th thdntral thn thnControl iiinntrai
Compny Control Trust rrult Company is a 1000000 100 Th ThrrriH The Thelerml ThtlrimiH
lerml rrriH of the sale l1 are private privateThe pr privatelhie ah ahThe
The Union National Xatonal Bank of which whiclenator whichenator
enator Hanna is 11 president will l on Jan Jannite Jannite I Iunite
unite Snntor nite with the Colonial Colonal National Xatonl Hank Bankhe HankThe Hankhe
The he merger will make the united unlwrlntltuton Institutioi Institutioine
U banks In th thilddle the themiddle tinhddie
00 ne of the th strongest ItronRlt national natonnl bllnkl
middle West WestRAXSPORT WeBtTn4 Westn4SPORT
Tht ght on the nocks nOlk OfT or the hr Island Iland o oMlndkrino or orUndanao 01thtndanao
Mlndkrino MlndkrinoSptcM thtndanaoSpectaJ Undanaoptfo
SptcM ptfo Cable Co I DespairS Dtpolclio to THE TIZ ThaLoDoN SON SONLONDON UI
LONDON INoN Dec 18 18A A despatch desptch from fromanila fromMania fromanile
Mania anile to Lloyds says f1 that the transportingaley transport transportIngsley trnlpor
Ingsley is ashore on tho Murclelagos Murclelagosilandn Murcielagoslands lurclelag08Island
Island lands on the northwest coast Clt of Minda Mindanao Mindsto
nao 10 with wth a rock rok through her bottom botom TheIvy The Tlieivy Thena
na ivy officers ofcrs at Manila Manil are ar making mklnl arrange arrangelents arange arangement arrangeents
ment lents to send sd assistance assistanceWABHINOTON aSllstanc assistanceVasltINoTo
WABHINOTON W ABltNOTN Dec De 18 IThe The War Departeat Depart Departent Departmet
met eat has ha no Information InroMatlon regarding rgaring the thnreck Ih Ihwrk thereck
wrk reck of the Klngsloy Klngloy It I ha h8 has no transportthat transport trsnsportor transportthat
or that name nameA nameA nameA
A small mal British Rrtlh schooner Icholr named name Kingsley Kingsleylied KlnglleyIled Kingsleylied
lied from Manila Mania on Oct 20 for Philip Philipne Phip Phippine
Iled pine ne ports prt and may have hn e been bn chartered chartereda charred charredI
I a transport transportlilorlde tranpr tranprClordt transporttionide
Clordt lilorlde of Calcium to Keep lee lep Off 0 Third Thirdnail ThtrdRaU ThIrdBall
nail nailGRAND RaUGnAND BallCuItAf
GRAND RAPIDS RAPIS Mich Deo Dpc 18 181es1 181es1IdB 18Tests 18Testsada Testa Testajide
IdB jide by the th Grand Rapids lapldft and Muskegon MuskoRonlectrio Muskegonedna lultcpon lultcponElpctrlc
Elpctrlc lectrio edna Railway Ralwa Company show Iho that A Ailutlon a801ltion alotIon
801ltion lotIon of chloride chlorldl of calcium keeps aied a ailrd athir
ilrd rail rai free rrl from ice Ic or Meet Ieet Three Threeirs Threocrs
thir irs have been blen equipped equippe with wih reservoirs reservoirsi fenOirR fenOirRto reservoirshold
crs which the rail railear railtar
to i hold thn solution Ioluton whlct keeps kEpA rai
clear ear for three hours hourscK houl houlack hoursitik
ack cK Onrlrn Pummel Pmmf11 Diamond nick nickCniCACio Pllk Pllk11AOO DIckturcAclo
CniCACio 11AOO Dec Dc 18 IJnck Jack OBrien easily easilyon ollr ollron
on n the decision over Diamond Dick Dck a acol alocal
local col heavyweight henYeIRhl before beoro the Kingston KlnptonA Kingstonhere Kingstonhere
A here her tonight tonlphl Tho local 10lal man never neverid lvcr lvcrhne neverci
OBrien Rrion holding him safe
id ci a chance chano at atI at
hne I I times and sending Rndlnl him to the floor 100r ro rentedlv rolatedlv r rptntedl
1 latedlv Diamond Dicks Dcllft noso was wasoken waRbrokln wasoken
ptntedl oken his Ialonr face rll cut and at tho end he heesenled heprelnld hewrented
prelnld brokln esenled a pitiable pilable sight Ilhl OBrien could couldive culd culdhave couldye
have ive ye put his hi man out almost olmolt any time tmo after nftore aflr aflrthl
thl e first round roundhbul bu was Wi afraid arrld to tn tnko o any anyncrfi novarices n nch
ch ncrfi nC ft with tia Is hnnds and fought cau cautlouI cati
tlouI 11151
30 ieee OO Miners Unlrl Out on Strike StrikeCuMBEnLAND Strlkl StrlkluMBEnLum StrIkeIusmnEnrANn
CuMBEnLAND Md Dec 18 tAAI 18Alt All thenets the theIners themln
mln Iners nets of the Irona Coal Company at Irona IronaVa IronaW IronaVa
W Va 1 on tho Baltimore Ballmol and Ohio Rail Railad Ri RirOld Railad
rOld ad have struck I nick refusing refuslnj to accept Rtpt Rtptrducton a aduct ajtiction
duct jtiction ion In wages wap R Today th thl the men menre menr
rducton wprp re r formed into a local 1001 of the United Unitedln Uni Id Idln
ln ln ne Workers Workp a aI Klngwood Three Thr hun huned bunrd hundd
dd ed men are out
Senate Hrlate Committee oUmIUre nrporls Rrprt and anl fl iaI iaISecret anta antaMecret r rHeeret
Secret Debate Ilbate and ml Votr otrThlrt oteThlrt oteThlrtCent Thirty P PCent Per Perent
Cent ent hash for nutles IltleUflnotlon ItIehIeduOIIofl ItIehIeduOIIoflthe Redaction Redactionthe > on onthe
the Machinery Iaehlnrr the tlf Country ountr Nerc Nerctiptclat Neda Nedaiptlol ieeu ieeupec1al
tiptclat iptlol Cable Otsriatcb to Tint T1C SUN SUNHAVANA SUI SrtliAvAtiA
HAVANA Dec 18 18The The Tariff Tarif Commit Commitof Commtee Commteeor
of the Senate presented Ha is report rpor loda lodaThe today today11e todrThe
The 11e findings ore not officially ofclal announce announceThe annouc annOunciThe
The Te chairman chairmn of the committee commte declar declarthat delre declart
that t the t he report repor should Ihould be discussed dlcU8d secret secreton scrtly scrtlyon secreton
on Monday Monda and voted ote upon upn before bror tl tlreciprocity the thereciproiy tireciprocity
reciprocity reciproiy treaty trety with the United Unied Sto Stobecomes Stee SteeeomeA Stii Stiibecomes
becomes eomeA effective efectve on Dec 27 In ord ordto orer ordto
to ovoid loss lOls of time and reductions ructons in ti titariff the thetarif I Itariff
tariff tarif receipts reipts after tho treaty trety becom becomeffective bmO bmOerectv beooneffective
effective erectv Ho added ade that if copies of tl tlreport tHe tHerepor tireport
report repor were wer distributed disrbute the raodlflcatioi raodlflcatioiIn molcton molctonIn
In the Iio tariff tarif would become known whli whliwas which whichwas whiwas
was not desirable dClrble until unti a vote was taken takenSenator takenSonator takenSenator
Senator Bustamente DUllamente argued argue that the ma mater mt mtter mater
ter should IHJ studied studie and copies cple thou shoulbe should shouldbe thoube
be distributed dlstrlbule even if this thll occasioned ocasione dela delaAn delaAn dolay dolayAn
An endeavor endeor will wi be made to have copli coplidistributed cople8 cople8dlslrlbuted copldistributed
distributed to the Senators Snator me on Monde MondeIn Monday MondayIn Mondiin
In time tme to discuss dlscls the report reportThe reportThe ropor
The preamble pramble of the report says thi thitho that thattho liiithe
tho oxi exiltng existing tlng tariffs tarlfl arc ar too rpr low and it itnecessary itnecessary Is IsneoSry
necessary neoSry to raise rals them but not no notto to a a pal poiian pint pinta palwe
an a high a al art the tariff tarf of 1897 187 The roductit roductitof ruction ructionof
of rcipts receipts that tht will wi follow rolow the operatic operaticof oprton oprtonof
of the reciprocity rciprocity treaty traty must mus also all be b takinto take tken tkenInto takeinto
into account accunt and the extremely extrmely low rat ratintroduced ratel ratintroduced <
introduced Introuod by the government goverment of Inte Inteventlon Intprventlon Intevention
ventlon must mu t be b modified Under Und r tl tlpresent the thepreent tipresent
present preent tariffs tarlll raw materials materlall pay py almost almostmuch almos almostmuch a amuch <
much as manufactured manuracured articles articlesA artces artcesA
A change is II also a required lulrd In seventytw seventytwparagraphs seventytwopargraphs eeventytsparagraphs
paragraphs pargraphs referring rfering to ad valorem rate ratewhich rtes rteswhich ratewhich
which cause caus constant protests protelts as a the iipublic n npublic r
public publo has no experts exprtll abroad who can fu funlsh rur rurnlsh ftiaish
nlsh data regarding regaring the values valuel of manu mamfoctures manufaturs maneactorea
faturs foctures It I Is II therefore therror advisable advllhlo t tchange to tochange Ichange
change the ad valorem aorem rates ralel to weight elght an anmeasure and andmeasure anmeasure
measure rates ratesNotwithstanding rate10twithstanding ratesotwithetanding
Notwithstanding 10twithstanding the Senates desire t tsecrecy fc fcsecrecy ror rorfrey
secrecy frey it is II learned lere that the commit comitee comiteebas comnmittebased te tebased
based bas the tariff tarif changes on the plan prtsented pre pre8nte pnisented
8nte sented by the International ChamberCommerce Chamber Clamber c cCommerce or orCommerc
Commerc Commerce It I recommends rcomend I a 30 per pr cenl cenlbasU cnt cntbasi cen cenbasis
basi basis of duties dules with the necessary nec8ry reduc reducLions reuo TNIUCLions
Lions for raw rw materials mteril for which are ar India Indiapennable Indlgpensblo indiapensablo
pensblo pennable for the protection proleton of ofiocal local lol Indus Industries Industres industries
tres tries Higher duties dutes are aI recommends recommendeiwhere recomende recommendswhere
where they thlY are necessary necer to protect Cuba Cubaiigricultural Cbn Cbnagricultural Cubaigricultural
igricultural products proucts with which foreigi foreigiproducts rorelgnpructs foreigproducts
pructs products might compete compte The duties dutlel 01 01tome on onIome o otome
Iome tome articles arlce are placed plod at lt less than 30 pe perent pr prcnt parent
cnt rent Onn of these thel articles is i machinery machinerywhich mchiner machineryrhich
which will wl pay 15 per pr cent Rallroai Rallroaimaterial Rirod Rirodmterl Raiiroainaterial
will alsiaeneflt also aleeneflt
mterl material and sugar machinery mchinery wi
benefit by b a reduced rluc tariff tariffCongress tarif tariffCongress
Congress Conpre 1 has passed ps a law providing providinghat prowidinhat
thlt hat members accused acus of criminal offence offencehall oflocs offencehail
< hall hal be tried trie only by the Supreme Court CourtHiis CourtTiA CourtThis
TiA This law a is retroactive rplroaclhe It is understock understockhat underBtoodthat
hat one 010 of the motives prompting thi thiaoHsage the thepl8ge tbassage
aoHsage of the th I he law wax wal to give plvl Seflor Rerlr Se or Corona Coronamember CoronaL
a pl8ge L member of the House of Representative Representativewho Represlntathel I
who was a sentenced entpnt to six ix years rear imprison imprisonnent Imprisonment imprisonneat
neat for shooting a man In Santiago Santiagohance ntllgo i ihance a achRnc
chRnc hance to rehabilitate rehabitatl himselfrrrssit himself himselfrfSSt hlmllf
rfSSt TO SEXDMOItE SO IIORE ORE WMlSHin WMlSHinleet n P4 WilI 11511 It PS PSFlert S Sleet
Flert leet at n7er1a Buena Has I Been ordered Ordlrd to III IIIPar tl tilFar
Par Fa East KstSptetal EastSptdtU alt altprclo
Sptetal prclo Cablt Dnpatclt Dtpolcllo lo THK TRI HUN HUNLONDON SUI tuwLoiuoN
LONDON Dec De 19 19There There is no chang chango
to o be b recorded recre In the Far Eastern situatior situatiornd siuation siuationand
and > nd It is II difficult dlfoult to discover dlsoer from the dtpatches depatches de depatches
patches from frm that part of the world th thause the theOUSt thtUse
OUSt ause except excpt that no settlement sttemet has ha bee beeeacbed bn bnracbeJor hemsacbedfor
racbeJor sacbedfor eacbed for the Increased Inl8ed pessimism plmlsm whlc
1ft s declared decard to exist existTh9Toklo exist4h9Tokio
Th9Toklo oklo correspondent crpndent of the Stander Sanrforiseert Standeraeentsthat
iseert aeentsthat er that If Russia RU8la doe d not no recooalde recooaldeler rlder rlderher
her ler reply rlply to ° the Japanese Japanesedemands demands dmands n wa waH war waa
Is H well el nigh Inevitable lnvinble Another Anolhlr corre correipondent corrIpondlnt correpondent
Ipondlnt ipondent reports reprts that the situation Is II mor nionbreatening morhreatening more
Ihraenlng hreatening than thn ever Iver before berorl He does dos no noay not notHay noay
Hay ay why the Japanese Japne8 Government oerment keep keepts keopl keopls
ts s counsel counsl but lie denies denlel the rumored rumord depatch de depatch deptch
patch ptch of warships wafhlps and and troops troopl to Corea CoreaMeanwhile Cora CoraleRnwhle CoreaMeanwhile
Meanwhile leRnwhle Russia RUlsla Is assembling a8lemblnp a rein reinbrcing ren renrordn reinorcing
rordn brcing squadron in the Mediterranean Mediterraneanlie ledierrnean I IThe
The lie Oslabya Ollaba Aurora 1 ora Dmitri Dmiri Donskond Donsko Donakonil
and nd five torpedo boat bo I destroyers are nrE an nnbored anbored 1 1chorld
chorld bored off or BIzurta Bzorla where they ar arl are awaltlnj awaltlnjho Iwaltlnp awaitLnlie I
1110 ho arrival of six ix other destroyers deliroyer It Ii Iitated 1 Itated I Itated
tated IrrI that all al the vessels vcsell have been ben or orlered orderd orerori
lered to the Far East EastTheir FjwtTheir En EnThei
Their arrival would woulr go far to neutralize neutraliziho neutralizetho
ho Thei naval superiority Iuperiorlly of IO Japan who unlike unlikilussin unlke unlkei unlikeitissia
i Jhllla lussin is II unable to reinforce rlnCore her fleet lr lrhe In InI itbet
tho he bet immediate future There is nothing nothinglowever nothinp nothingowever
I hOepr lowever to Indicate InlOte that thi thil9 this is other that tharprecautionary IhanI thatprecautionary
a precautionary measure mealUf or that Russia lu991a i iitwuming iaAumllg Issuming
I aAumllg itwuming n stiffer Illfr attitude attitudeA atludl atludlI
I A despatch delpalch to the th Trligrnph from St Stetersburg RtI Stekriehtirg
etersburg says after afer submitting uhrllnR reason reasonupporting ISIOnl ISIOnlupporting reasonstipporting
Pltltburl upporting the Ihl recent rlepnt advices arvlls to THE TIF ScV ScVhat Hc HcIhat Suchat
I hat the Czars CzarI Government GOlllunt is 11 more mor like likeo Ikelv Ikelvto likely likelyi
to o i climb clmh down than the Japanese Japll It I is isddid i i1111dll Isdd
1111dll ddid dd d that the th conviction prevails plfals every everyhPm IVlI everyhere
whl1 here that if Japan does dOPI not give Ivn way waylussia w wayItissla I IRUMia
lussia will willIt wil viiiIt I II I Itonllhmelt
It Is declared declarl that there ther IR il extreme oxtrme ss ssonisliment asmishiment 9
tonllhmelt onisliment I in St Ht Petersburg Peterlhurg at Japans Japansofusnl Japnf lapansftisai I Ireru1
ofusnl of Russias proposed settlement settlementut Itlemenl I
but reru1 ut It is 1 represented rPIrltnled that there I consider isconsiderbln h tnllrlr tnllrlrnhlA considerhile
nhlA bln official omcll uneasinoss IlcaiICI over Great Orlat Britnlnc Britnlncllegwl Briain Dritainsiieged
llegwl unfriendly attitude atltudp and the firmosltion firm firmosition firmpORlloll I
nlegld osition of the thl United 1nlle States Sinlesin In connection connection1th conneton connetonwih
pORlloll kit the situation untlon It Is 1 said Id that Count Countnmsdorff CountIJmAdorl Countamadorif
wih IJmAdorl nmsdorff the Ihl Russian RUIKlan Foreign Minis Minissr
IeI sr Is II especially clfial anxious anxlouf to ovoid war warTho warThe warThe
The Daily Daiy KzprfM FrprpR says it I has hal authority authoritynr authorltfor
for nr stating that all al torpedo torpdo officers fCl1 under undristmction underIlstnlctlon underistruction
Ilstnlctlon istmction at Portsmouth and Devon Devonort DevonDrr
ort have ha 1 been IIIn secretly l crtr ordered ordprd to hold holdiiemselvps holl hollIhI1 itohtemselves
por IhI1 iiemselvps hel in readiness readlnEM for tnI Immediate Immediateobilizatlon hnmdlatmohlzallon immediateohdhizntlon
been to toariotis 10arious toariotis
mohlzallon obilizatlon and Ind have 1In appointed Ippolntpd
ariotis ships Thp Tlp Tb Erprtt FJprr connects the therders theoldet thedens
oldet dens with wlh the thl situation lnatlon in the Far East Kastnd EIfI EIfIInr Eastrniii
the Ad Adliralty Admlralr Adiralty
Inr nd declares dpclalA It I is evident pvldplI that
mlralr liralty is II apprehensive apprihelsivl of war1rrSSI4SS war warmss4VSj warnV
mss4VSj nV 4 SI COMPLAIX COUII Is OF OFPla1nlr is is1ng I S Staylag
Pla1nlr 1ng Japans apnl f aml amne mr They Th ThcySay fay aln In Seeking Seekingto Irkln
to Open Opln Corcin orcn Port Portfiprttal Porttpectal tortlflol
fiprttal Cable Dtspaltrt Dtpalrll lo THK TE FH SON SONSEOUL SUI Se SeSEour
SEOUL SEOU lflol Cores Corla Dec 18 18Th The Russians Russianssent HUMinnl HUMinnlrelent Russianssent
relent sent the th efforts eforll of the American Amprcan Govern Governpnt Goemment Governant
ment ant to secure lecure the opening of the port portWiju prt prtofWlju portvijti
ofWlju ofWljuTher Wiju WijuThey vijtiThe
They The say 8a that the United Unite States Stntf Govern Governent GOernment Governent
ment ent Is playing pla lnR Japans game thereby therebyjurlng therebyjtiring thereh therehInjuring
Injuring a friend rrlrnd and customer cUltomer while hilo favor favorig flor florIng
Ing ig g a manufacturing rival rivallananrsc rival rivallapnIll rivalJapanese
Japanese lapnIll SecurItIes relrllll Drrllnr Drrllnrfiptctal Urllnr Urllnrpulal IrellneSpciat
fiptctal CoSlr Dspntch D8porrllo ta Trm Tnl HON HONLONDON 801 801INPON twxLosnoir
LONDON Dec D 18 18Jnpaneo Japanese securitiesdined securities securitiescllnpd sccurltE sccurltEdpclnr
dpclnr dined n point pol t on tho Stock Exchange ExchangeU Exchangeth18
th18 U morning morningEACH morning1KtC morningEtClI
nr 1 Offlce omlf has I a Plan for Compulsory Mili Military IIhI IIhIlar 11 ¬
tary Ir Training TrainingSfirctal Trnlnlnsprla 1ralnlnSprttaj
Sfirctal prla Cable Despatch lupatrh to THE Tnr SON SONLONDON SUNIONtON 5ttloNrtO
LONDON IONtON Dec De IThp 18 Thp statement is isinted jl jlprnled a ainted
prnled inted with wlh some SOle appearance apparlc of truth that thate I Ithe
the e War Office Ofc Li I preparing plrlng a scheme fhpln for foro I Ithe
military training of alltIe all allale
the o compulsory cmpulr mllnr RI RImalo
tho of ofnnd otI ofand
malo ale British Drlih subjects ubjetll between ages
I and 2i for brief annual periods perodB which whichII hlch hlchwl
II amount to thret threl and onehalf monthsfour months monthsfour month8Inrour
Inrour four years elll It I is estimated eltmted that 1IA000 1IA000tilths 10 10routhl lt8000tithe
routhl tithe would undergo underg the training trnlng annually annuallyIf annuly annulyJ
If the War Office Omc 1ffi Is II preparing prparing such luch a aheme aIcheme aIteme
Icheme heme it cannot cnnot be h applied apple until unt it is sane wncined 8U sanened
tioned ned by Parliament Parliamentrty lariAment lariAmentnad
nad rty lx llf hoses > se Ills I Appeal Appal In Cabin Cban Court CourtSpecial Cut CutSpecal CourtSpecial
Special Specal CndU Col DtifHtb DpOel ta t TH Taa SON SONHAVANA fUI SeNhAVANA
HAVANA HAANA Dec Dc 18 18The 18T The Supreme Suprme Court Courti Cour
a i rejected the appeal of Col Cl Michael Michal J Jdy JDad Jdy
h8 IJecn appal
Dad dy against the decision declilon of the Audlencla Audlenclaacuiting Audlenciaiiuitt
acuiting iiuitt aglnlt Ing D De Wyckof Wyckoff or ml mtuppropniatlng ppro rtlni
1100 1000 bloniing belongIng to Cal D Dada
1 f t
Good GoodJ4ealth Health to the theChildren theehildren iLt iLtI
I L Lehildren
ehildren ChildrenAt ehildreni ±
i 1 1At
At thisseason this season the children are eating eatingdainties j jdainties
dainties and the housekeeper must lookspecially lookspe look lookspecially 11 <
spe specially iaUy to their food foodAs foodAs i
4 As good cake can be made only with withgood 4 4good t tgood I i
good eggs so also a cake that is healthful healthfulas t tas
as well wel as dainty must be raised with apure a apure apure I
pure and perfect p rfect baking powderRoyal powder powderRoyal powderRoyal 8 8Ii
Royal Baking Powder is indispensable indispensablein
in the preparation of the highest qualt quality qualityof i iof
of f food It imnarts imparts r that r rness neculiar peculiar lightness 1ioht 1iohtr light lightness ¬
ness sweetness and flavor favor noticed in thefnest thefinest the thefinest
finest fnest cake biscuit doughnuts doughJuts crusts etc etcand etc etcand J Jand Ii IiEfi t
and what is more important renders the thefood m j J Jfood
food wholespme and agreeable to young youngand youngand youngandold
andold and old
Court Decides necldt at 4 P M l That Mulnueen MulnueenVictory MuiqueenIetory ulqurn ulqurnIrtor
Victory Irtor WM a BogusHefore Bogus BOKUllrore Before the Mih MihIs XtlrhtI
Is I Old Rush and Ills I PuttIng Flrhtlns M MOronlze Met Metorganize lm lmOrlranl7
organize District In Pem Armys riemy Cop CmmijThomaj CopThomM CaterThomas
Thomas E Rush lUh won the Tarn Tammny Tammnyleaderhp Tamman Tammanleadership man manleadership
leadership leaderhp of the Twentyninth Assembl Assembldistrict Aiesembl3ditnict mbly mblyditrct
district ditrct John F Carrolls CarolI old stronghold strongholdIn Itronghold ItrongholdIn
In a I rather ralher quick qlck order lost night Rush Ruslran Rushran Rushran
ran against alainlt Carroll Carrol a year ago and wa wabeaten wabeaten 8
beaten This year he again sought sought th thleadership the theleadelhlp thileadership <
leadership leadelhlp but wan W8 opposed oppse by Joseph J0ph P FMulqueen PMulquen PMtilqueen
Mulqueen who was WI an old lieutenant leutenant o oCarrolls or orCarrls oCarrolls
CarrollsMulqueen Carrolls CarrollsMulqueen Carrls Carrlsluquen
Mulqueen luquen won on the face fae of the return returnRush return returnaRush
Rush in whose whos office ofce Mayorelect Mayorelet MoClella MoClellahad MoClelan MoClelanhad MoClellahad
had his law aw business buslnesl ii a favorite of Charle CharleF Carle
F Murphy tho Tammany leader wit whidoesnt witdoesnt ho hodolnt
doesnt dolnt like lke Carroll CarrollRush Carrol CarrollRush
Rush Rlth contended rontnde that he was wal beaten be en b bfraud by bfraud I
fraud and took his case cas to the te Suprem SupremCourt SupremeCurt SupremCourt
Court Curt where it lingered lngere for over tw twmonths two twmonths i
months Yesterday Yestrday afternoon aftnon at 4 ocloci oclociJustice ocok ocokJutce oclocJustice
Justice Jutce uveltrl Leverjtritt t decided deid that tatRush tatRushpl Rush walegally wa walegally
legally pl elected el cted te and nd issued lesue A certificate ctcate t tthis to tothl tthis
this thl effect effectRush erot effectRush
Rush RUh and his hil constituents cntiuents hurried hurrlt will wih wihthe witithe willthe
the certificate certfcte to the Board Boan of Election Electionand Elecion Elecionand Electionand
and got an order for an election eleton for thorganization th thorganization the theorganl7tlon
organization of the general committee oommlt ti tibe to tohf tebe
be hf held heir immediately Immelateh Then hpn Rush JuAh went ti tihis to tohis tihis
his clubhouse cubhoue at Seventyeighth stree streeand streeand
and Lexington lxlnpton avenue and an sent ent a Squat squacof squad squador Squatof
of his hil hii most formidable constituents cnsttuent to tin tinJackson tho thoJackson thuJackson
Jackson Club at 133 13 l33Eaat East Et Fiftyninth Fifynlnthltret Fifynlnthltretwhich street etreetwhich streetwhich
which is the headquarters hladquarter of the Mulqueei Mulqueeifaction Mulquen Muiqueezfact I
faction factionUnder fncllol fact tori toriLnuiei
Under the ruling ruUnl of the th Democratic Democraticcounty Dtmocmtc Dtmocmtccunty Democratlucounty I
county cunty general committee commitee a district dlltro or organization organization ¬
ganization anizton has hal to be b perfected erce at a plan plandesignated plac placedesignated
designated c9lgnate by them which whi lch h in this case caeI wai waiI wa wathe
th the I he Jackson Jack on Club ClubThe ClubThe i iThe
The vanguard ho sent selt found founr the Ihl Jackson JacksoiClub JacksorClub
Cilb Club doors door barred hme There is II a saloon or ortho ontho orthe I
tho corner corr of Lexington xlngtol avenue which whiclhas whichha whicthas
ha has a sitting IltlnR room rom under the club Rush Rusttold RuslI Rushtold
told I old hi his skirmishers klrmilhers to take poBessjon pB posseson ession ol olthis of ofthl 01this
thl this room ax al it i was on the premises occu occupied occupi occupied ¬
pi pied Id by 1 th club cluhiHe clubHe cluhHI
He HI then thln telephoned to Capt Hogan Holan ol olthe orth olthe
the th East SIxtyssventh street ltrt station slaton for foipolice rorpolce forpolice
polce police prlcctlon protection and with wih his delegateproceeded delegate dlegatls dlegatlsprocfd delegatesproceeded
proceeded procfd to the thl Jackson Jacklon ClubAs Club ClubAs ClubI
As soon as the II > Rush party partyenlefd entered the thevanguard theanluar thevanguard
vanguard I assisted assllied by the police polC blocked blockedlh blockedlute
lute lh anluar doors leading leaeing to the Iht saloon 11001 sitting sittingroom sittingroom litlng litlngrom
rom room arid the th convention was wa called cal1r to toorder toorer torrder
order rrderJames m mJames A
orer James Wt5ernrd WWernr V erard who is l president prtsldent of oftho orthl ofhem
thl hem Manhattan lanhatan Municipal League Lague and was washairmnn WI wasiihaiririitn
chairman of Leader Ladr Murphys MurhY1 finance financ com committee cm cornnittee ¬
mitl mittee In the last aAt campaign camplgn was fal elected electedchairman elete electedhairman I
Ihalrman chairman Benjamin Rlumenthal Biumenthll Drraome Dr DrUraeme DrOraeme
Uraeme raome M 1 Hammond and J Edward Ewar Jetterwere Jetter Jettereere
were chosen as 8 vicechairmen vicchairmen William Wiim P PCunningham Punningham
Cunningham Abram Abrm L Nathan and ad James JamesI Jaml
Cunnlnlham I 1 McCormack tCormack as 8 secretaries ecrAtarle George Oeorp Hornish H HSorninh HCorlh
Corlh Sorninh as treasurer tlMUrr and Charles Ch rh F f Frnnkel Frnnkelw
w sergeantatarms sergeantatarmsRush Ilrgenntatarl
Hush was wal elected pletl executive XUtf committee committeenan ommlte ommltelan
lan nan by b acclamation aclamation and will wi represent representhe represlnt represlntIhe
he district riltrict in the Tammany Tanulany Hall Hal general generaliommittee glneralcommite generalomrnittee
commite iommittee which makes him leader of the the11st thedistrict thelist
district list riot riotThe netIhe
The Th whole wholl proceeding prolfolnp took exactly exactlyiwenty cactl cactltelt exactlywenty
telt iwenty minutes mlnulel Then T11n the thl crowd rushed rushedo rushe
10 o the tll street cheering cheerlnp for Rush The ThoUulqueen ThAlllque1 Thedtilqueett
Uulqueen lllque1 faction who were gathered on onibe ontbl onbe
ibe outside Oltlde scurried away awayTho awa awaThl awayThe
The Thl Rush Rurre followers rolowet carried caried their leader leadern eldlr eldlrIn
In n triumph to their clubhouse clubhoulp the thl Osceola Osceolait OlCola OlColaat
at it Seventyeighth SeentYllghth street Rtrfpt and nnr Lexington Lexingtonivenue lxlngtonIvenue Lexingtonsenue
Ivenue ivenue and there ther were wlrl doings there at an anarty anealy anany
ealy arty hour hOlr this morning morningThe mornlnThe morningThe
The Mulqueen Mulquen faction racton had advertised advertisedheir avPt advertisedheir IAed IAedtheir
heir election Iecton of executive execute committeeman commltteemanor commlteman commltemanror
ror or tonight tonlpht but Rushs Rulhl strategical strateglcll move moveast moelaRt moverist
laRt ast night makes make this useless uselessroirVE 11lllss 11lllssTmrE tiecieasTOWXE
Hated for Ira K Riders Rtd frl Place Mareldlr Placehider Hitler to toRritcn 10Rellin toStalin
Stalin Rellin for His Healths Ipalhs flake SakeAut flakeAuthoritative I Iulhortalh
Authoritative Aut ulhortalh horitati C announcement luouncement was al made madet
al t Tammany Hall al yesterday ceterda that Ira E EUder ERder Ititter
Rder titter tho Democratic Congressman CongreRlman from fromho fromtho frontho
tho ho Fourteenth FOlrtlnth district would resign relln his hisitlioe hisolke hisItico
olke itlioe within a day dly or two t o and that thlt his hisuccesRor hlAIUCtos hisuccessOr
uccesRor or might be chosen nt the t he same sameimo ff fflmo sameime
IUCtos lmo imo that I the thl electors eletot of o the Twelfth TWIllh voted votedor vnlld vnlldror votedorasuccessOrto
ror or orasuccessOrto a successor sucClor to Congressman Congrlmnn McClellan McClellanMr lclllal
Mr a Riders ill I health helh is Ii given ji11 as the thePatton thoeason Ihorel0n
Patton Rderf for his hil retirement retremlnt It I is under undcrtood underAtoo cindertoed
rel0n toed to be the th intention Intnllon of o Tammany Tammanyto
to Atoo 0 take care of him In another place In the thnity Ihoet theity
ity service ere For his place plnc Mr r Murphy lurphyIs
et Is 1 S said to have selected relete Charles Churll A Towne Townerho Townl Townlwho rownerho
rho for a brief period prod was wal Senator from fromllrmenota fromMlnnlta fronttlnuesota
Mlnnlta llrmenota llrmenota4S tlnuesota4S I
64 4S HOVSE 11S REELECTS REEI CTS VrirPlfl VrirPlflnly 1nlll I1flr1IIal I IOnl
Onl al nly One Chance Canse Slide In the thl Districts DistrictsGeneral mtrllt mtrlltGrnal DIstrIctsGeneral
General Commuter CommuterCharles Commltll CommltllCharle CommItteeCharles
Charles F Murphy Murhy was reelected reElef execu execuvo executve execuLye
tve Lye vo member membr from rrm the Eighteenth Eghteenth Assembly AssemblyIstrlct Afembly Afemblydistric Assemblyietrtct
distric Istrlct at the annual annul meeting mBtng of the gen gsaml genral gn gnerl
the district last night nighthe nighthe
erl ral committee cmmitte of distrc lat I
The he only change chngo in officers omct was wa the sub eubtltutlon subittutlon Ub
tltutlon of Philip F Donohue for Frank FrankODonnell FrankODonnell Frn
A ttuton ODonnell RS treasurer trNurr Mr ODonnell ODonnellinowthetreasurerofTammanyHall ODnel ODonnellnowthctrsumurerofTammany
inowthetreasurerofTammanyHall now ODnl1 t he 1 or Tamny Hal Hall Mr Mrtonohue MrDnohue Mrnohue
i trurr
Dnohue Cub lub tonohue is i the president preident of tht Anawand Anawandlub An Awnd wand wandlub
Womans oman Part Prt In AHaulnatton ANaalnaton Plot Fall Fallto Faie FattN FattNto
to Auction AuctionUPPER AuettonUPPES
to Attract Bayers Aueton AuetonUPPEI
UPPER UPPEI MARLBORO MAJLBORO Md Dec 18 18Many 18Manyrelcl 18Man3relies Man Manrelics
relics relcl of Mrs MI Mary Mar Surratt Surtt who wa wahanged W8 wahanged
hanged hanptl for complicity omplclty in the murder o oPresident of ofPrlirent aPresident
President Prlirent Lincoln Inoln were sold ld at auotioi auotioiyesterday auoion auoionyesterday auctioryesterday
yesterday at Clinton Cinton formerly fOMerly known a aSurrattsviile a aBurraUsvllle M MSurrtlvle
BurraUsvllle Surrtlvle The To sale la1e was wa held M l a con consequence On On8uenle consequence
sequence 8uenle of the distribution disributon of the Jenkin Jenkinestate Jenklneltate Jenkiniestate
eltate estate Mrs Mr Surratts Suralts maiden name havln havlnbeen having havingbn harinbeen
been bn Mary Mar Jenkins JenkinsThe Jenkins1le JenkinsTime
The 1le articles arlce Included Include the effects efets of th thSurratt the theSurlt theSurratt
Surratt Surlt house hOUfA including many articlewhich article articlewhich aricle ariclewhich
which had been ben there ther since the civil ohi war waiA warA warA
A large picture pictur supposed IUpple to be b a portrait portralof portraitof
of Mrs Mr Surratts Rurltts husband husbandlold sold for 60 S cents centsbut cnte cntebut centsbut
but It proved prve to be b a photograph photgraph of Johi JohiSurratt JohnSurrat JohiSurratt
Surratt Surrat a assonotthedead son ln of the dead dea woman womanA wman
A 0 sideboard Ildeoard with many manydrawel drawers and glae glaeknobs glaaknobs
knobs knobl the whole big enough to fill fl a large largpart largepar largipart
part par of a a large room rm which was thproperty th the thiproperty
property propery of Mm Mr Surratt Surt was knock knockdown knocke knockecdown
down for 12 2 A rocking chair and a bureau bureawere burau burauer bureauwere
were er sold l together togetherfor for a song sng and In I Ilk Ilkmanner lke lkemanner ilkmanner
manner went wet all al au the articles artlclel to t the rest restdents ri ridet reeldeiutsof
dents det deiutsof of ofhe the community communityAmong cmmunity cmmunityAonl communityAmong
Among Aonl the late arrivals arvas were wJr wire some o othe of ofthe othe
the relatives rlatvH of Mrs Mr Surratt Surt and they the were weranxious wetsnzioui I
anxious anlou to t secure r some me of the best bt preserve preservepieces p preservepiece re
pieces ple of furniture furiur On One of them John JohiDonoboe JohnDnoh JohrDonoho
Donoboe Dnoh bought bught the sideboard sldebar with wtb th thsilver the thellver theiiver
silver spoons spon and a large silver bowl bowlCOVRT bwl bwlCOURT bowlCOURT
Comity Cot Tax Sale teal all Within Wlthlna thln a City Ct Does Noi NoiDestroy XotDlltroy ol olDestroy
Destroy Dlltroy a Citys Ciy Men Uln on the Property PropertyALBANY Proprt ProprtALBAN ProperiALBANY
ALBANY ALBAN Dec Do 18 180 18The The Court of Appeal Appealhanded Appll Appealrhanded
handed hade down a adecilon decision today afflrminfi afflrminfithe afrng afrngthe
the judgment of the courts curs below blow In the thecase theOa thecase
case of the city t of Rochester Rohdlter rs 5 Kappell KappellThe KappU KappUThe KappellThe
The court cut gave Ra1 0 no opinion with lh the de decision deciion dedelco ¬
cision ciion hut by its Il affirmance afrano upholds thecontention the thecontention thentnton
contention ntnton of Corporation Corrlton Counsel COUD1 Suther Sutherland Sutherland Suitherland ¬
land of Rochester Rochtlter that a county tax Hen Henis len lenIs lienIs
is not to have ha precedenoe prcdono over a city cty tax taxlien taxlen taxlien
lien len and that a county ounty tax sale ale of property propertywithin prprty prprtywihin propertywithin
within wihin the city et does doH not destroy destry the citys citysli ctYA ctYAUen cityslien
li lien n upon tho property propertyA
A large lar amount prpf or property not 10t only InRochester in inRochester inRochetler
Rochester Rochetler but In the prorr other cities iles of the theState theRtatl theStab
State Rtatl is II thus thl assured al d to the benefit bneft of the thetax thetax thetax
tax lists of the cities ctie Hitherto Hlherlo it has haspawed haspa8d haspassed
pa8d pawed IslH into the hands of tax sale purchasers purchasersto purhapers purhapersto
the loss loss4V711 loss4X1I
to citys cIIY 101 101UOI
Nn Bond 10nll Privileges lrhIClrt lrhIIctcforhlls for Ills I Company Compny Un Under Uncr Unden ¬
den cr the > Xp > ern Administration AdministrationLeader tdmlnhstrattonLeader lmlnlltraton lmlnlltratonLCder
Leader LCder Murphy of Tammany Tammny flapped flappediv fappe
1 iv wet et blanket yesterday Iteray over the Croker Crokerold Crokerold
old guard juar who have hlve been trying tryng to squeeze squeezesomething squeze squezesomethlnp squeezesomething
somethlnp something out with the old wringer wrnger A Areport Areport
report was wa In circulation crulnton that agents apents of ofAndrew orAndre ofAndrew
rlIort Andrew Freedman Fredman were wer trying trinl to make makeprospective makl maklprspete makeprospective
prspete prospective appointees Ippolntee of the incoming incomingramma incominp IncomingFammay
Tnmmly ramma Fammay y administration admlnlltraton believe heleve that they theymust theymUFt theymust
mUFt must get el their bonds from Freedmans Freedmanscompany Frmanl Frmanlcompln Freedmans3ompany
company Mr lr Murphy asked ake the th news newspapers lIewpapet newspapers ¬
papet papers to deny den that he ne had har any sympathy sympathywith ympathywlh
wlh with such a movement movementI rovemtnt rovemtntI
I have ha 1 not Instructed InHtrcted any one to got gotbonds Jot Jotbond gotOttds
bonds from rrm the Freodman Frmlmlln company and Ind I Ishall Ihal Iehall
shall hal not do RO 10 he h said alr My I advice to tosvery toeen toverv
een svery verv man who ho haw ha to give glv a bond is II to getit get getan pet petI
I it wh wliqre rl he plfNI pleases ald and to jet get i it where h hcan h7an
can an make the best be l terms termsHEnVFy termsIWIEI termsI1FRIEI
HEnVFy IWIEI LIKELY 1IKI1 TO STAY STAYaituiuny 6Tt 6Ttrammoltany Tn TnTammln
Tammln aituiuny Doesnt UOl8nI Believe Ulpr Therell Thrr1 He HeNew II a aI acw
New I cw Ot I it > Record Rfrorll Supervisor SupervisorA nperlaor nperlaorA
A story tor was n given Iven out last lalt night to the theffect thAefucl theffect
efucl ffect that Typographical T poprphkll Union No o 6 had hadecured hlle hllelecund hadtecured
lecund ecured from leader Murphy lurph a promise promisehat prom I Ithnt
thnt hat Patrick Plltrllk S Tracy Trcv should he appointed appolntlr appointedupervisor
SUfIor upervisor or I th hI lilY Hrrord Thil 1hI got gotto Iot Iotno
no 10 credence cfdeut In Tammany quarters Ullrtlt It 1 was WHSiaid WAi WAinld wasaid
aid that Comptroller Grout rout would hold holdharips holr holdharles
harips S Horvey Hfte in the job to which ho holad h hhad hetact
lad him appointed when hln he got pot Philip Philipowen Phiip PhiipCowen Philipowen
Cowen owen removed removedIGHT rfmovld rfmovldFIHT removedIGHT
FIHT IGHT IT Of 0 OtT T SAYS U1 MllirilY MllirilYtnBlc IIUIIPII IIUIIPIIsile 1111 1111Salrll
Salrll tnBlc and ant Motbus Kind tnl the thl non Cold Coll lo loDefeated 10urln1rl toIsfeatcd
Defeated Leaders LeadersPprcival leatleraPercival
urln1rl lelll lelllPercval
Pprcival Percval N Nagle R RO lp and Inr August Aupl t Moebus Moebushe 1Ibl 1Iblthe
the he dpfeated dlrat candidates IBnrlralP for leadership in inhe Inthe Inlie
the he Tlilrtvfourlh Thlrlvrouth district dirrcl went wpnt ent to we seeeader weader 11 11ller
ader Murphy llrph yesterday Yf Ird complaining complaininghat Iom cortu plnlni plnlniIhnt plaining plaininghint
ller Ihnt hat they thlv had not received rfelwr a fair deal in inlie 1 inlie
lie tinniest ennt t with wih E J MuOnlrn MeGilI and anr John JohnCowan JohnF
tll F i Cowan at the mepting leptln for organlxa organlxaion or organhaion nnhm nnhmton
ion on Thurcdny Thlrdl FlItircuta nigh nllhl wliPii hln the policenit police 111 111plt
ton told them themhev thrmthlY themhey
plt nit their men In out 11t Mr Ir Murphy Murpl1
thlY hey must fight fi ht it i out among them themseive themseiveRemembering eiv plv plvRemembering s sRemembering
Remembering Rememberinga
a Thing ThingAt
At the right rilht time often ofen pre prevents prevent preents
vents fatalities Please Pl a amemb n rirnembr nmembir
vent fataltes
membir memb when you have a acough acough acough
cough or cold that H Hale Hales lei Honey Honeyof
of Horehound ad nd Id Tar Ta will wl cure cureyou cue cueyou cureyou
you quickly and effectually effectuallySold efeuall effectuallySold
Sold by drujgUU drujgUUPtkf drugglataPikes drucbu drucbuPIII
Pikes PIII Tootkadw To ae Drops > Cut et Carets la i Ot O KUuU lut
Even Evn the District Leaders Not Sore ue ITJioi ITJioilo WfioItoGetBbatSomeofmemSeespout 0 0to
toGetBbatSomeofmemSeespout toGetBbatSomeofmemSeespoutble lo Get What batSome Some of ThemSee Tem8ee a Possi Possible P Nt Nthie ¬
ble Police Head In William mam MoAdoa MoAdoaFeatberstn MoAdoFestbernn
Modoe ModoeFratb
Featberstn Fratb nn Expecting Expetnlr a Coon Gol Job JobMayorelect dobMayorloc t tMayorelect
Mayorelect Mayorloc McClellan cCIlan Is II coming horns hornstoday hometooay hornstoday
tooay today with the slate 8lat in his pocket poket Never Neverunder Neveruner Neverunder
under uner any any other Mayor or under any otherleader other otherleader otherleder
leader leder of Tammany Tamny has hs the slate been bnkept kept keptBO ceptSo
BO well wel from rrm fromthe the district distric leaders leadersMany leadersMay headersMany
Many May of the leaders l who count ount ihem ihemselves tem temIIe t1emselves
IIe selves close co8 to Mr Murphy Muby have hae had their theirtalks tei theirtalks
talks tlks with him and Col Cl McCleilan McCelan McClellan havetold have bavetld havetold
told tld their preferences prererencl and been ben adroitly adroitlyturned aolUy aolUytured adroitlyturned
turned tured away without wlthoutprom promises on olcom olcommlttl or com committal cornmittal ¬
mittal mlttl observations obsvatonl The Te result r ult is i that at atthis at atthis
this thil time tme tho those who know they they are a1 Ib be betaken betaken betaken
taken taken care ce of are not sure sue what wlat they are to toget tolet toget
get 1 V VThe
getThe The Te new Mayor Myor Mayorln In facthas fah been bnable beenable able to tomake tomke tomake
make mke up his programme proJr unhampered unbm rd by bypromises bypromises
promises prmis as l to pricl partlcularplaesaajthoiagh particular places p1 although althoughas aJthou h 1 1as
as 6 a thorough tborou h organlcatlori orpnlzltor manf mr man VM VMfriends 1 harecognixel
rglU recognixel obligations oblf1aton to provIde p I t forthe forthefriends tbe
friends of the organization organizationWilliam organizatIonWIlliam nc j
rrenCs William MoAdoo orpnzt exCon Vps fisr iz fd ftoid ftoidorm afld1orrnr
form 1orrnr orm WlWMoaOe r A AM Aedtnl J tnt nt Hoort st IIiarstary rr of ort orthe th VNa VNasuccessor avv V J Jwho
who ha has bn been talked talke talkecof cof of se the te probable fbl 1 1successor
successor of Police Plo Commissioner Omlll n r Greene Greenewas Gtne Gtnewae Greenewas
was called ole to Washington Wafthigton yesterday Yeteiy U t to sen senCol 1 sesCol
Col McClellan McClelln This Till aroused rou f the belief beliefin beliefin lef lefin
in Tammany Tammny that he is to be b the newpollc newpollchead rewoUc new polio poliobead
head beadThe headThe
hMdTe The Te waiting wallngonM ones also al drew the l Inference Inferencethat inferencethat eno
that Senator 8rnatr Maurice Maurlo Featherson Feathern is II to t get gethigh gethigh a ahigh
high place plac because beculle he has ha disposed d of r some nomsof Ime Imeof someof
of his contract cntract relations relaton The Te P8e New Ne York TorkSand YorkSand YorkSand
Sand and Gravel Company of which hh hhhas bi h hbaa
ha has been bn president prlllent has made meapploloD meapploloDfor application applicationfor
for dissolution dlAllutlon He recently rently resigned refgneat also alsois alsoas
is president preident of the Continental Continentl Asphalt AsphaltCompany Alpbalt AlpbaltCompn AsphaltLompafly
a William JDykes J JDykes JDykl
Company and sold Ild his stock to WII
Compn Dykl Dykes This led le Tammany to believe ble that thatFatherson that thatFatherson
Fatheron Fatherson IH II to be b Dock Commissioner Commissioneri
Fe i place plac which exSheriff exSherif Tom Dunncould Dunncouldhave Dunn could couldhave ul
1 have had ha but but apparently apparent did nofirant nofirantMr notit notitMr notwantMr
he Mr Featherson Felhlron Is the leader leadfr ofths ofthsTwentyeighth of the theTwentyeighth therwentyeigietit
Twentyeighth district diltrici but for a timer tlmaifter timerafter iE
after Mr Mrlurphys Murphys election eleton ns leodef INet ofTammany of ofTammany ofTammny
lfer Tammny Tammany was as not suppoi stippod < d to t beonths beonthsroet be onte ontebt nthe nthebest
bt best of terms terl with lh the Ilpp new nl administration administrationIn adminItraton adminItraton1n
1n In fact fac when it i came time tmoto to elect Ilec new newachems neW neWtch neweachems
tch achems < m for the Tammany Society Senator SenatorFeatherson Snator SnatorFpatheron SenatorFeathersort
Fpatheron Featherson was dropped droppedHe
He is i not the thl Featherson Flatherson who ran rar a I pool pooloom poolroom ol olrom
rom room at Lexington Lxngton avenue and Thirty Thirtyourth Tity Tityfouth Thirtyourth
fouth ourth street nor ia i us ho the lh Feathersoa Fedherlot Feathersoarho
who ran a I poolroom in Whitehall Whlhal street streetne stt sttOne etreetDna
One Dna ne of the marks rarkl of similarity simiarity between betweenhe btwet
the he two tlO is i that they spell lpl their namesalike namesalikeJust nsmelaIRe nsmelaIReJust names alike alikeA
I ITust
Just a few tricks before Xmat XmatMore xiia xiiaMore XnaMore
More Overcoats and Suits with withtheir witstheir t
their prices prces frost bitten biten Youll Youllfind You Youllfind U Ufnd
find fnd every eer size in this sale
375 Overcoats Black and Oicford OicfordCheviots QXord QXordC OcforciCheviots
Cheviots C he vi 0 ts long and medium mediumlengths meium meiumlenghs mediumlengths
lengths lenghs Backs also Tourists or Belted BeltedBacks Beled BeledBacks BeltedBacks
from 18 I fO 121 o and 22 2 to to15OO t
300 Fancy Cheviots and Worsted WorstedSuits Wo WorstedSuits tec
from fland 11 18 and so 20 2e to toI5OO
I5OO 150
250 Young Mens Suits 31 to
35 chest Fancy Cheviots and andWorsteds andWorsteds andWorsteds
Worsteds also Blue and Black BlackCheviots BiackCheviots BlackCheviots
from 14 1 116 16 and Id lift 18 to t
975HackettCarhartCo 975 975Hackett 975Hacket
Hackett Hacket HackettCarhartCo HackettCarhartCoThIn Carhart Crhart Co CoHI
m ThIn HI ccxxu en TmmtHTtt Tllfn mint mintHUGIIAMIEUCTUBUMI IO ftUZt ftUZtC
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