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19 I Null Stil iII and Void old mdcr 1111 iutrr the tm Statutes StatutesWASHINGTON Slallle SlallleWABINOTON StatIItCWAShINGTON
WASHINGTON WABINOTON Dec 24A secret 8cr Investi Investigation 11lstl 11lstlRnton lriveit1gnUon ¬
gation Rnton Is li in progress progrI In II the thl t1 Post 10t Office omc Do Dopartrnont Department Doparinont
partrnont which may la huvo luno farreaching farreachingresults farrnchln farrnchlnrlult farreachingresti1t
results rlult The subject fubjlct matter mater of it seems seemsto BIOma Beamso
to o have Ixnn I n purposely purpo ply or otherwise othlrwl e over overlooked oVIrlooked ovtrlooked ¬
looked by the Bristow rlltow investigation IIVItlgatlol It Itwas Itwas
was 1 brought about by I tho recent rcnt Indict Indictment Ildlct Ildlctmnt indictment ¬
ment mnt of Senator Snator Dietrich Detrloh of Nebraska Nebraskaand Nehraaknand ehrMkaand
and is 1 ii for tho purpose purpOfe of determining detormlllnj just justhow juthow justhow
how many Senators Snator and Ild Representatives Representativesia Hepre ntaUel
ia Congress Congr have violated viola ted Section Sctlol 3730 of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Revised Rvisd Statutes Statt prohibiting prohibiig them thlm from frommaking frommakig frommaking
making makig contracts contnlJt with tho Government GovernmentThe Govomment1he JovornmentThe
The 1he section scton referred rferrd to reads radl on follows followsNo Colow ColowXo
No member or delegate dellgRte to Conercsn CongrlM shall shalldirectly Ahul BliHhldirectly
directly directy or indirectly Indlrllt himself hlm elr or by h any anyother 11 11oter anyother
other person In trust for him hll or for his use useor ueor twoor
or oter on prson his account UICOlnt undertake execute exeeltr hold holdor hotdor holdor
or enjoy In II wholo or In pnrt PAt nny nn contract contractor contracto
t or o ajrrccment BieIOnt made or entered ontfrd Into In bchulf bchulfof 1Jlulr 1Jlulror
of the United Unied States BtteA by any II officer or person personauthorized poreonauthorized rson rsonI
I authorized luthorzM to make contracts cOlrnct on behalf lhllC of ofthe ortbe ofthe
the United Unlld States Stntls All 1 contracts or agree acroemcnts nlrle nlrlement agreernonts
mcnts ment made In violation Iolaton of this t hil section ltOI shall shallbe shrillbe hnl
be void voidThe old oldj oIdThe
j The Te most mDt Interesting Intlrstlg feature of the In Investigation Investgaton InestIgation ¬
vestigation vestgaton so far brought to light lght is II the thediscovery thodicvery thedlscoveryw
discovery dicvery yesterday Yltrcy afternoon afteron by om officers omCr omcars ¬
cars Cr of the salary solar and allowance olowac division divisionthat diviion diviionthat divbdonr
r that Senator Snator Warren Warrn of Wyoming Wyominl is the thelessor thoII0r theleeaor
lessor II0r of tho post pot office omc premises premlel at Chey Cheyenne Cheyj Cheycane ¬
enne in that State The 1ho word discovery discoveryapplies discovoryopplC discoveryapplies
j applies opplC to the case as a none of the Depart Department Department Departrnent ¬
ment officers ofcr will wl admit adit that tho fact of Sen Senator SenI ¬
I ator Warrens WarJns apparently Illegal Iegal connection connectionwith conuecton conuectonwili connectionwith
with the lease known until yesterdayTho
wili lel was WW un t yesterday Islordayf
f The Tl lease leao was mado in April pri 1889 Ifl and is isfor Ist hifor
t for four years yeal at 1120 1200 a I year Under Underthe Underthe Underthe
the section 8ctlon of tho Revised Statutes quoted quotedabove quotedabove IuotedI
I above abve the contract Is null nul and ald void old Steps Stepswill StfHwi Stepswill
will wi be 0 taken in the I ire near Ilar future to cancel cancelthe canC1 canC1the cancelthe
the lease leasoThe leas leaseThe
The officer ofcr in II charge of this most 10Ht recent recentInvestigation recentInvestigation elt eltInvetgation
Investigation Invetgation is 11 Supt Waters Water of the salary salaryand aalaryad salaryand
ad and allowance alowanr division dlv lon of the Department Departmentwho Deparlllnt Deparlllntwho
who has been bon in charge of the bureau since sincethe Ilnc Ilncthe sincethe
the removal rmoml of Supt Supt lieavew Belr He 10 is il recog recognized ncog ncognlzdMtheIOtmpeteltlantocnduct recognized ¬
nized nlzdMtheIOtmpeteltlantocnduct as the most competent mail to conduct conductthe conductthe
tie the inquiry Inquir as ho is familiar famiar with wih the work workof workot
of the salary lalr and allowance alowanct division divlHlol by bywhich bywhloh bywhich
which post office ofcIIalls omceleases leases are ar made Two Twoyears Twoyeal royears
years yeal ago he reported rported on the illegality Iegalty of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the lease 1118 at Hastings HaHtllg Nub eb in connection connectionwith cOln connctlonwith cton ctonwIth
with which Senator Snator Dietrich Dltrich was recently recentlyindicted rlIt recentlyIndicted
indicted In his hI report Iport at lt that tha t time t 1mI Mr MrWaters MrWaters Ir IrWater
Waters Water said saidViewed slld slldrew saidcietd
Viewed rew from frol tin Mtm standpoint poilt usually Ilslull its iisnimed u uII itsseined
seined II d by the Poet Iosl OHIoo Olll Department UIrlllt in inthe I HIthe
the tb treatment trMtmflt of leiiso 1I ICZLI o cases IMS mm tl eliminating rllinliuitlniall 111111111
of rsonul Interest I mi enable I Iable
all 11 iii question qu ston personal Iltprsl um UI UI
able 11 to conceive cOlerlvt what hut possible poslbl reprtselitu reprtselitutlons rprltu rtpreentations
tlons could huvnbeen hlVI have bPI been made 110 to the tie Department D DpurHiiiitin lrtllnt lrtllntIn j
1018 result in HIM th entertainment pttrtahiiitriiitflfld
In this case CalI to II NIrtalll1 NIrtalll1nd i innd
nnd nd acceptance aceeptlle of the til proposition Ilropollon i of > f Mr Mrijletrloh MrIle 11
ijletrloh Uletrloh Ile tn oh lit a t the th t he price rr rlr named 1llId ni tited Msoo I soo J per imniiin imniiinThe Ilnll tiiinii iii iiiThe
The be proposition propoIIO Is exorbltmu IxorII and In the locii lociilou 1011
lon thou lou one that tlul Ir In competition eo 1 01 with Ith other otherrepositions otlr otlrpropolton oilierpropoitlons
repositions propolton offering otprlll central Iltt ltrnt locations 101110 lit litwothlrds uttwothird attwothlrd
wothlrds of the price pJo asked uk > l could loult not notconscientiously 101 101onsfl notconeelentioush
conscientiously onsfl ntou91 be considered olshllrI except XIpt in II the thecuss tl tlIas thecase
nominal rental for the
cuss Ias of sam samMr siiiwMr 11
Mr Waters Watlr recommended rcomnllded that the tli lease leosobe Ila Ilaf leasebe
f be b cancelled cncEled and advertisement ad rIIHIll for premises premisesin prmlll
in Hastings Hatllgl issued Isued in tho customary clltomary man manner munnero manner ¬
ner His H recommendations rcommendation wore wer not ot fol followed Collwed folloed ¬
I lowed lwed and apd d subsequently Mr Ir Watt1 Vaters aters again againreported agail againreported I Irportd
reported reportedThe rportd
The foundation tomdnlon for a respectable post postoffice postI lotnmce
office In this Instance IIWnt Is A larking InI < lna and Ilt us n nbusiness I iibusiness
business proposition prolloHltou from flOI the 110 standpoint standpointof tll polni polnior
of tho Deportment Depnrtltlt tho the situation sltatol Is I fur fil from frombeing frol rain rainbeing
I being bln satisfactory SIUsRctor to me le Thin 11 question queston of ofth orI
I th the legality legalty of a contract lOltract with a Senator Henntorelect Rlnntor Rlnntorf1 SenatorIct
elect f1 Ict Is a 1 matter mntr that thlt should Ihould receive rt I con consideration COI consicleratlon ¬
sideration sldertion c In II connection lolloctol with this thl caw cawThe CI costThecase
The Te Thecase ease ct of Hastings HatngB Xeb XtU together togethlr with withthe wi withthe h hthe
the statement in the tbt recently rlcentlr published publishedreports puhlsll1 puhlsll1reprs ptiblIhiclreports
reports of Fourth Assistant A lltent Postmaster PostmasterUeneral Po Postmasterieneral 1mltlr 1mltlrOenerl
Oenerl Ueneral reprs Brlntow Brlllow of this Iht I putl x > lttl Burvlco trce scan scandals IC111 IC111dAIs scandale ¬
dAIs that contracts cntracs had been made with withi
i members membfr of Congress for tho rental of ofpremises orprense ofpremises
premises either elthlr in their own names the thenames thenme thenames
names prense nme of their agents atntl or some ore member of oftheir ortheir oftheir
their families ramiM resulted reulfd In an order by byPostmapterOeneral hyPOtmtlrGenerl byPoetmasterCboneral
PostmapterOeneral POtmtlrGenerl Payne that the II wholo wholosubject wholo8ubJe wholeeubject
subject 8ubJe of illegal legnl leases IM be investigated investigatedto hlveltgatld hlveltgatldto
to dctfTmine detPmlne just how many man members of ofCongress oCCong ofCongress
Congress were violating vlolntn the laws lawsMr lamMr lawsMr
Cong Mr Brlstow Briltow also recommended rlcommendll in his hisreport hiRrepr hisreport
report that t ht all al leases IlaHe where n I Member of ofCongress orongrl ofCongrcs
repr Congress ongrl Is II a n party part be cancelled ncelld and uld leases leaseseiecuted 1IIIR 1IIIRtfcute leasesexecuted
executed tfcute in conformity cnCorly wlththe with the statutes statutesIt tatuh tatuhIt
It was acknowledged acknowledped at the Post Po t Office OfficeDepartment OfcI omocDepartment
Department Deprtment today that this thl recommenda recommendation reolmlndn ¬
ton by Mr I Bristow must nfcessarily he befollowed hefolowe hefollowed
followed folowe as the law Inw on 01 tho subject Is I con considered consldere coiteldered ¬
sidered sldere by tho law officers ofcem of the Depart Department D Departnient plrt plrtment ¬
ment to bo 10 particularly paricularly plain Tho hl ho investi investigation int investigation ¬
gation nton is II to determine dcttnnlne as I stated Itatll in II how howmany howmany howmany
many cases Ce tho law has been violated vloltld in inorder Inerder Inorder
I order that tho leases Ila l may be cancelled cncell and andnew andhew andflew
new leases 1f1l made mnde without wihout undue loss 10lR of oftime oftme oftime
time timeIt tme timeIt
tmeI It I is 11 probable probbll that tho first flt action actol taken takenH takll takenwill
will > i H bo in connection connrt Ion with wit h the t he lease Ipa e nt ntCheyenne It ItCleYtnne atCheyenne
Cheyenne CleYtnne The Thl facts fact I in this thil tiii case Cle are plain plainThe plainThe Ilain IlainThe
The records show that the contract wim wimnot Wil Wilmadu mis misriot
not made through an agent agelt or representa representative repre reIrseelttative lta ltatlve ¬
tive but by Senator Hfnator Warren himself himtlIC Tim Timdate Thedate 1
date of the lease IratI shows 8hoWI that it wns WI made madewhile 1110 1110whie innlowhile
whie while Mr Warren Warrl1 was wa a member of the theSenate thoI t 1w 1wSenate
I Senate SenateSenator Snate SenateSenator
I Senator Snator Warren Warra saId Ill tonight regard regarding ri regardlag nrl nrltbe ¬
lag the lense lenseI lea e eMI
MI I cannot Iannot soy ay at lt this Ihl moment whether whetheror
I or not my name Is II affixed axll to tl a Ieae Ila l with withthe wih wihthl withthn
the thl Government Gowmlent for the thl Cheyenne Chllnl Post PostOffice PotOfc IostOfYIce
Office Ofc A number of buildings huldinlI in Cheyenne Cheyennelare ChlYInnoI
lare lar are owned by corporations in which I am amInterested amlteltr amInterested
I Interested lteltr owne and I own several Icveral In private privateownership pr privateThe atu atuI
ownership ownerlhlp
I The 1he post pll office occupies OlUpill a portion porton of tho thoWarren thoWarrel titeWarren
I Warren Warrel block built hult by me for general Jlnerl pur purposes purltnses lr ¬
poses 1 e over twentyfive years ago aJo Tho Thopost Tuep 1
1 post Jlt p st office ofc has hnl been ben in II the block blok u part of ofthe oCl ofif
if the time tlml off 01 and ant on for nearly nelrl twenty twentyyears tInt tIntEl twentyJ
l J El years Ia During DurllK the time tme the block in ques question qll quesi ¬
tion has chan three threettme threei
i ha changed l1 ownership ollrhlp two or thll
I IMI
i tm ttme ttmeIf
t MI If it was aR standing Itnldill in II my m name nlml or in Illho IllhoI the thename thinname
I name of a corporation crortion with wlh which 1 wan wanconnected wat wasI
I connected cnnecte at the th time the lenses 11111 were wrf axe executed fXl axecUtOh ¬
cuted cted then very err likely lkely I signed f1Jled them themcither themelthtr themeIther
cither elthtr as agent Igenl officer omler or owner ownerJVDfiE ownerUDGI ownerWDGE
JVDfiE UDGI BALUWIX nJJUJ E0EllATElt E0EllATEltConradBonaparte IJWrnl IJWrnlCnradnonaprte
4 ConradBonaparte Cnradnonaprte llepnrt Referred Urrernl lo Ills IllsConnection Il IlI Illsconnection
Connection With Ioslal Fraud
I
i WASIIIXOTON WA IIXOTON Dec 24 2In In their report reporton port
i 1 on the postal scandals Bcnndal Messrs McSI Conrad Conradand Conrd Conrdad onradr I
r and ad Bonaparte Blnpnrte special pcal assistants aAlstlnt to tho thoAttorneyGeneral thof thini
i AttorneyGeneral AtonleGenerl referred rforrd to the ties suspected au aupcted tiesI ¬
f I pected pcted complicity cmplcity of an officer oncr of tho Post PostOfficeDepartment POlt Postt
Ji t OfficeDepartment IOtc Dportment in fraudulent sales all to the theGovernment theGoverment theGovernment
Government Goverment of the socalled ocled BrandtDent BrandtDenticushlcre nrndtDent nrndtDentand Drnnitlentt
t cashiers and said that the father of this thisofficer thl thisj
j officer ofcr Judge Jud t Baldwin Bldwn at lt present prent Consul Consulat
l at Nuremberg Nlr Nur mhl mberg rg probably knows klow us I much muchabout mich michfl much mucht
fl t about this thii fraud as al any anrolher other party part Tho Thomatter Th Thlattr Thimuuratter
matter lattr WBH WE ti1 referred referrd to Third Assistant AssistantSjcretnryof Afli AssistantScretnryof talt
I I Sjcretnryof fhcrtaryoC State Pelrce Pilrc Psircewhoafter whoafter making makinga makllJ
1 a most 10Ht exhaustive exhal l 1 examination examilation submitted submittedB luhm wd
i a long report rport to the President 11lldclt the con concluding c n I Icludlng
cluding paragraph prgrph of which is II as a follows followsThe folow followsfun
iJ 1 The fl allegation nleAutou that Illt I JuilirolUildwIiiiippeared JuilirolUildwIiiiippearedto lull 1 liii gt HndwlluPPllrld HndwlluPPllrldil htld win a tirirad tiriradI
I il 1 to huve hl11 hi ye been 1 1 ulllini u Ilu ihijit g lo I ci inlopt Ido1 nny 11 ii ny inuisurcs inuisurcsthat IfUI1 uritiiiirtsJ
J that would WOlIt brltiK Irluc about Ihuut an 11 order for purchase purchaseol urehlle urehlleF
F i ol machines luchllt whether wltllr such measures mlllr were werelegitimate Ilf WereI
I legitimate jqiiuate Influence Inflll or Illeiritlnmte 1lltlll use oe of ofmoney ormone ofi
i money appears Ipar to bo hosed hl only unl upon the thestatement thpl1tellt theH
1
H statement l1tellt of 01 Miller 1111 In II his letter Irtlr ot 101 April 1111 1 5 5i
i 1890 1891 I89 In II which he h suys suysHe siiysiI S SMil
iI Mil He JJtdce Judo nildwln llrlnl also 11 0 says 111 to find lud out outif outif
i if possible pO < lhlo exactly IXIlt xactl what this thl man ln Heavers Heaversiwnnts 111 hteivrsr
r iwnnts to Insure our success netR In that depart departnicnt dlpFrt dlpFrtent < leprirtt
t > IWRnI meat ent In the thl wny cIi I of dollars loUlr and cents CIII hut not notto notIto trotto
Ito to Kivc Ive it to Min 111 unless IlllO forced rorCd to do so o nnd nndwhen
i when whll you OU do if nt all ha desire to be present
hlm lhnlplf hilunselt elf nid plan 111 the thl agreement I ITWIII t but blt says saysIt 81 saysit
j It Is I not even 1 time to think thllil of this thl move moveThis InorThis moveThis
This Is II met l t tme by b Judge Jlice Baldwin with wltl un In ab absolute nhOIUtf nbsolute ¬
solute specific PIcfc and nd categorical cltllorlcll denial dlnlll as IA Is Istho I IIho Isthe
the clinrifi chlnl that thlt h 1 In was WI in nny Il un way wn connected connectedwith 10nntct1 10nntct1with connectedwith
with that ho had knowleiicii knowbad of
or 10 uny In ttn knoloN any anyagreement In InieIHnt itityI
I agreement ieIHnt to pay pa any nn moneys II0n1 to urines UrluA or orthat orhlt orI
I that hlt hst he knew Itl nt nil of the th employment mllomPlt of ofDrlgffs orIrllpln ofJrlggs
Drlgffs Irllpln In any In way WI ii by b tho company cOpln cOplnJ
It J appears npplll to me e therefore thrlrore that Judge Judgelltaldwm lld lldladwln htidceIIsldwtn
lltaldwm ladwln him hUMtfRetorll satisfactorily met lt tho otmnres dlnr of ofproper
Ipropr Improper proper or corrupt connection with wit I tho n Iln Ilnr sale salet lo lof
t f Brandt automatic cashiers Ilhler to the Post PostOffice Iot Iotomo ost ostOiioe
Office omo Department and that henhouldnedeemcd henhouldnedeemcdexonerated hRhould bedflrd bedflrdfxonerat bedeeinrd
I exonerated from any complicity with
fxonerat In comp Idt wih any In Infraud
fraud or corruption oruplon which hleh may 11 have hlve existed existedIn exltt
I In that bmines blne brx1neaaI
I
TVXEK TrNEnNnn TYXEftAYfl1L4EUlTTIT1NA A n JtAttKETT nlETr WIN n A POINT POINTI POINTJtlllC POINTJustice
I
I Justice JtlllC Prllclianl Prlllla1 Su Sustains taln theDemurrer theDemurrerlo th the Uenlrn Uenlrnto Dniurrer DniurrerIa
lo Ono or the lie Three 1lrte Inillctment InillctmentWASHINGTON 1Itlot 1ItlotWASINOTON InuhletmentiWAfflIIWOTON
WASHINGTON WASINOTON Dec De 24 2uIUc 24JustIce Justice Pritch Pritchard Ptch Ptchard Pritchard
ard In Criminal Crmlnll Court No I today sus sustained SU SUtailNI stistamed ¬
tamed tailNI the demurrer dfmnrrcr to one 011 of the three threeIndictment threeifldbotfltaih4
Indictment indlctnwlt returned against aglllt former As Assistant ARHi81unt AssistLInt ¬
sistant AttorneyGeneral AtornlGrneral James Jam N Tynor Tynorof
of tho Post Office Department Delmrtnlnt and former formerAnslstant formarAflstnnt formerAcwtistant
Anslstant Aflstnnt Attorney Atorll Harrison J Barrett BarrettTynerH Darret BarrettTyncrs
TynerH Tnr nephew recently recent1 indicted for forfraud forCrald forfraud
fraud Crald This indictment Indlctmllt lenty charged Tyner Tynerand I yner ynerand ner nerInd
and Ind Barrett with bribery brl > r rJIHtlce
Justice JIHtlce Pritchard sustained IRlulned the demurrer demurreron
on the ground grund that In the tl Indictment it was wasnot wnl taMnot
not set et forth that the t offence olencu charged chRrle wits wimcommitted Wi witscommitted
committed cmmited In the District Dlstrllt of Columbia Columbiaand Columbiaand Columbiaand
and that thlt the language InnKua o of the Indictment Indictmentfailed Ildlctmlnt Ildlctmlntfnlld Indictmentfailed
failed fnlld to contain cntnln material facts rlct Tho de demurrers demurrr donturrvrs ¬
murrers murrr in the thC other two t1O indictments IldlctmlnlR were werotaken werelaken weretaken
taken under undlr advisement advisementIKOHflE Ilhllmlnl Ilhllmlnl1fflR advisementGEORGE
GEORGE 1fflR If I U HEAVEIISS f1Jm APPEAL AIlKALAsks AIlJUkl APPEALdisks
Asks kl the Supreme uprelr Court Colrt lo novcrse nterf the thf De Decision Ue letItlon ¬
cision or Imlvc Illle lncombc lncombcWASHINGTON 1110mbe 1110mbeWABIINOTON IaconibeABLJI4OTON
WASHINGTON WABIINOTON ABLJI4OTON Dec 24 2Thc The appeal appl of ofGeorge orGeorge ofGeorge
George W V Beavers Bel ver formerly formlrly chief of tho thodivision thodhIlon thedivision
division of salaries IlarlH and Ind allowances nlownlcel in II tho thoPost thoPOAt thelost
Post Office Ofco Department Dlprtment from the decision decisionof decllon decllonor
of Judge Lncombo of theSouthernDistrict theSouthernDistrictof thoSouthr theSouthorn District DIHtrlctoC
of New York denying denylnl his hiI petition ptiton for re release reIM rolease ¬
lease IM o on habeas nheal corpus was filed ted lIeu in the thoSupreme theHuprpme theMuiprnie
Supreme Court Cour today Beavers nCverl was In Indicted Indlcttd Inthictocl ¬
dicted dlcttd in II Brooklyn HrooklYI fordefraudlng CorreCrludllg the Gov Government Govrlment Gosernnwnt ¬
ernment rlment in connection cOlntcton with wih contracts contmctl for forautomatic forautomatc forautoniatic
automatic automatc cashiers calhlerl but fought removal removalfrom reloval relovalCrom reniovalfront
from Now York to Brooklyn Iroolllrn on ifl tho ground groundthat grould grouldthat groundthat
that tho certified clrtlno1 copy CP of tho indictment indictmenton
on which tho order for his hi removal was wasobtained waHobtalnfd as asobtained
obtained obtalnfd was orlr not lnt sufficient evidence evldtlc for forthat Corthat forthat
that action actioniiirrjii action111III actionII1ItlIP1R
iiirrjii II1ItlIP1R 111III > iR LAM II noxns noxnsSecretary 1 IiXISSecretary I ISItrllr
Secretary SItrllr Shaw ha Will 1 Aorept rtpt Them 111 as uSe uSeIlIll Se Security Soetirhty ¬
curity IlIll for Deposit III ts of 1iililln 1llln Money MoneyWASHINGTON Mono MonoA8lItaroN Iolr IolrW
WASHINGTON W ASINOTON A8lItaroN Dec 24 2tllie In Thu following followingstatement folowlnl followingstatement
statement stattment was given out Olt at the Treasury TreasuryDepartment TreaBuryDepartment TreasuryDepartment
Department this thll afternoon afternoonThe aCterloon aCterloonThe afternoonTheSecretaryof
The TheSecretaryof Secretary Stretaryor of the Treasury ra ur authorizes authorizestho a1thorlzes a1thorlzesthe
the statement Bttement that the Philippine Phippine land landpurchase landpurhl landpurchase
purchase purhl bonds bnd will wi be accepted acepted at par parleurlt aa aasecurity assecurity
security leurlt for deposits depsit of public publc money moneyshould mone moneyshould i
should Iould further deposits dpslts be made and an may
be substituted lubsttuted for Government bonds bndl now nowheld nowIlld nowheld
held Illd as I security RUrt v for deposits depllt on condition conditionthat ondlton ondltonthat ooriditionthat
that the Government Goerilnent bonds nd thus thul released releasedbe Ileal
be used Ufld as i security 8elrt for additional circula circulation crula crulation circulaI ¬
tion I Ia n whenever whenllr In the I Ittt judgment juklent jti tliineiit of the theSecretary theSeerptar t he heSecretary
Secretary Seerptar of the tll lie Treasury It is I desirable desirableto tcslrhlt
to t ii stimulate an increase Incnu t In national natonal bank bankcirculation bllk bllkcrulaliol bunkcirctiiatiomi
circulation circulationSecretary crulaliol circtiiatiomiSecretary
Secretary Hcmtlry Root and Col 01 oh Edwnrdo Edtnrd chief of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the Insular Iumlar Bureau lulelu held a I long IOlg conference conferenceto conCerpnto
to discuss dicuH the thl form rorl form of the circular which whichwill whllh whllhwi whichwill
will wi bo isssucd i calling aing for bids bid for the new newbonds nlw nlwbondl newboiid
bonds bondl the tle form rorl of the bonds hOldl and other otherdetails otherdetai otherdetails
details detai It I I t was wal decided doldtd that tho issue issueshould 1lue 1lueIhould issueshould
should Ihould be S7200O 7200000 at 4 per cent cont and that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the securities 1urlll shall shal be Ul redeemable redllablu at tInt thooption thl tIntuptboui
option opton of the I In Government Otrlnclt in II from froll ten tel to tothirty tothirtv tothirty
thirty yearn from frol the til date of issue issueSecretary iful IsstlttSecretary
Secretary sr tarv Sliuws Shuwl announcement InnOUletmelJ means meansthat meanHthat meansthat
that although nll lgh tho 1m lie Government Ooernlelt will wi try tryto tryto tryto
to facilitate failtatu the floating foatlg of the new bond bondissue bondi boothiistit
issue i sul by accepting uleptlng the bonds as a security 1f1rl
for depoHilH dlpOHitl of Federal Fedlr1 money mOlY in national nationalbanks latlonul latlonulbank natbonulbanks
banks holders will wl be b allowed uIOI1 to It substitute substitutethem tubHttute tubHttutetll substitutethem
them tll them for Government oltrnlent bonds bOlI only at such suchtimes suchtimes uchtmel
times tmel ns a he deems deemf it wise 111 to secure euro an a in increase Incrla increase ¬
crease crla > in the volume olule of national natona bank cir circulation circulntlol circtliatIoti ¬
culation culntlol Mr Ir Shaw wishes wihel to secure seure aa aamuch I astittichi
much luch elasticity 11ticl as possible ihll for fO or the cur currency currenoy curreney ¬
rency through artificial nrtlfcal pl meant IIUIH Ho le be believes hethat behieves ¬
lieves that Ih this present prt > ent is I not a I time to in increase Inerlase increase ¬
crease erlase tho volume of circulating ciculatng cotes cotesbut Doleshut noteshut
hut that the time will wi naturally naturalO como cmo next nextfall nlxt nlxtfal nextfall
fall fal when I 1h hi J 1004 10 crops begin blgin to move moveHis mOI moveIlls
His proposition propoltol In regard regad to the now nl Philip Philippine Phlp Phlppino Philippine ¬
pine bonds therefore so far as 11 the next nextsix miaxtsi lxt lxtIlx
six Ilx si or seven months are concerned cOIlrned1 Is merely merelyan merel merelan
an offer oler to accept Ilcpt thai bonds as security securityfor eurl
for Federal Iderl deposits depoAltl when new leI deposits depositsare depRltK depRltKaru
are authorized aulhorlzll It I in I not his hil intention intentionhowever Intentol intentionhowever
however to authorize any an additional dopes depoBi dopesIts ¬
its i for Home fome time tlle The condition of the tlieTreasury 01 therreasury
Treasury realury does doR not warrant it i and in his hisopinion hil hisohinion
opinion tho requirements rtqulromenl of f the business businesscommunity blslnfs businesscommunity
community communlt do not call cnl cahlfor for it itWARSHIP itmI1 itIIRclI1
WARSHIP mI1 POll Im ctiEMVLro ctiEMVLroThe 1 lIIIfILPOIh1e I nlO
The 111 Nniy Sa r Department Iprlnlnt grants the tlf Request Requestof
of Our Olr Minister lnl tlr to torea toreaWASHINGTON orta ortaW orca orcaVAsummclToN
WASHINGTON W ASINOTON Dec Del 24 21The The request reueit tele telegraphed teleJraphed telegraphed ¬
graphed Jraphed more than thal a week wlek ago a o by b Horace HoraceN Homcl
N Allen Aleu United States Statl Minister to Corea Coreathat Coreathat orea oreathat
that u I United Uuller States warship wnnhlp be sent to toCorenn toCorfan tooman
Corenn Corfan oman waters Wltpn on account accolnt of the uneasi uneasiness unlall unlallnc unoasiness ¬
ness nc in II that country was Wll granted mlted today todaytho todaytho todaythin
tho Navy Na vy Department Dlpartlent cabling bll directions directionsto dlrectonl
to RearAdmlrul RparAdmlrl Yates Ylle Sterling Sterlnl the senior seniorofficer seniorofficer enlorOmClr
officer now in il the Asiatic A latc station taton to send senda 111 111a
a vessel 5501 11 to Chemulpo Clllulpo It I is said id that the thepresence Ihopmselce thinprIiiotico
presence of tho vessel Vlr PI at Chemulpo which whichis whlfh whlfhIH
is the t lit port of o Seoul the I lie capital callitl1 capit hIUIIO itl is I not de desired de111I doshred ¬
sired 111I in connection with the thl efforts etortl of the theUnited thelnltld theInited
United lnltld State to have the thl Corean oreaut Govern Government GOIrnmeut Oovernmerit ¬
merit open the port of Wile Uu on the Yalu YaluRiver YaluJer ahi ahiItiver
River Jer to foreign Corelgl trade trde hut for tho pur purpose purpo purPOSe ¬
pose po e of protecting American Amerlcal interests interestsduring Intorestl intereststhuring
during dlrin the continuance cOltllUlnlo of native riots riotsof riotsoC riotsof
of no 10 international significance Hlglifcance at Chem Chemulpo Cher Chetnulpo ¬
ulpo and other places placesThe plncll placesfhie
ulpo The move is il significant IInicnf however howlvlr in inview Iniew inview
view iew of the growing belief hflf of tills thl Govern Government Goernnnt Governmeant ¬
meant hat I at least Ifa l one 011 foreign Power POlr is istrying I Itr istrying
trying tr lng to checkmate cherunatl the endeavors 1lllaorl of ofMinister oftl ofMiIiIter
Minister tl ter Allen Alel to have Wiju Wiu ijui made an In open openport openport oirenpomt
port portNew port portSrw pomtNew
New Superintendents SUllrrlnllllnls of rily CII lr Free Frel Delivery Deliverynnil Illhr IllhrRnt IehIv cry cryuiiih
nnil Rnt Rural Iurnl Free rle Delivery DeliveryWASHINGTON lelhlr lelhlrWHIIOTOS lehlueryt3lutNoTO
WASHINGTON WHIIOTOS t3lutNoTO Dec 24 2 Postmaster PostmasterGeneral PORtml6ter PORtml6terGenerl PastunosterGeneral
General Generl Payne today announced alnolnccd the ap opIKiintment apllntmelt apPititlfleutt
IKiintment llntmelt of E H Thorp as a a superintendent superintendentof RUlrnteldfnt RUlrnteldfntoC
of city free fro delivery dIlr of tho Post Office Ofce De Department Deparmelt Departmcnt ¬
partment parmelt to t succeed Iulcd sumeceedfonnerSuiperintettilent sumeceedfonnerSuiperintettilentChinrks former fonllr Superintendent SuperintendentCharles SIlrlntllhmt SIlrlntllhmtClmrll
Charles Clmrll HedRfw Hed c who vio was recently recent dirt dismissed dil dirtuiilssecl ¬
missed IIed for falsifying fnl lf lnl his hil expense cxpenlo accounts accountsThe accUltl accountsfite
The hu apx appolntmlnt > ntmont of W R Spillman ns nssuperintendent I asstiperintindent
superintendent luplrlnlndlnt of rural rurl free Srman delivery Iery to tosucceed toUCCftr tosucceed
succeed UCCftr II I Conquest Clark was wal also al9 an announced al annotiriced ¬
nounced noulced Mr r Clark has been blln mado super superintendent superintendent uperIntonrlnt ¬
intendent Intonrlnt of tho Atlantic division diIlon of rural ruralfree rurl rurlCJ ruralfree
free CJ delivery deliveryAdmiral ddlver ddlverlllral deliveryAulnuiral
Admiral lllral Kvnnss IRn < > IleH IIIN Ordered Orlerrll in Return Returnto Rtlurl
to the t he Asiatic A lalh Station StationWASHINGTON Slaton SlatonWASISGTOS StationSASllUOTO
WASHINGTON WASISGTOS Dec DI 24Tho Navy XI Nay y De Department Departmtlt Dcpartinetit ¬
partment partmtlt announced Innollced today that Rear RearAdmiral RearAdmirl BearAdmiral
Admiral Admirl Evans had been ordered to t return returnfrom retumfrom returncorn
from corn Honolulu 10noluiu to tho Asiatic ABlatc station staton with
his hi battleship hutle hlp and cruiser cmlslr squadrons flludrns be between hetwren hotween ¬
tween twren Dec De 25 5 and Jan 1 1 In previous previousorders prelouRordlrf Previousorders
orders ordlrf Admiral Adlimi Evans 1van was W directed dheted to bo boready bead bortaelv
ready ad to will Mi from frl Honolulu 101011iu between tho tho25th the25th
25th 2 th and 30th 30thHorliln 30thorbIs
Horliln orbIs Record for IXIIIR Distance Auto
mohllltiK mohllltiKWASHINGTON milhllll milhllllASIXOTON inohIhhui inohIhhuiVASllUoTO
WASHINGTON ASIXOTON Den leo 21 21Fred I Fred Frd B Whitney Whitneyclerk Whltnpyclerk Vhitneyclerk
clerk of the House I01Je Committee COllilc on Naval NavalAffairs NavalAffairs
Affairs A Ia 11 yesterday eterar afternoon aforoon established establisheda Itabl hld hlda
a worlds worhll record for long distance dltanl electric electriciiutomobiling elrctrlo elrctrlolutomobing electricnutomobillog
iiutomobiling lutomobing on ono 010 charge by travel trel trelilg t ravel ravelhing ¬
ling ilg 121 I t miles miE in 10 hours houo 32 minutes minutesan liuutC
an al average 1r e speed HJlcd of twelve miles mll a 1 hour hourTho hourTho hourThe
Tho start was wa made lade from frl the Dewey Hotel Hotelhere Hotelherl Hotelhere
here hereTorprilo herl herlTorlnIII hereTorptik
Torprilo TorlnIII lloat loal Flotilla Fotla Sails for rlr Manila ManilaWASHINGTON Ialla IallaABIISOTO iaui ia iaAslu1oToN
WASHINGTON ABIISOTO Aslu1oToN Dec Jl 24The 24 The first fnt torpedo torpedoloat toredo toredolat torpedoboat
lat flotilla fotil under lndeI Lieut Lloyd H hand ehandIeI handler handbar ¬
bar IeI consisting cl l tlng of the destroyers dlltrel Decatur DocaturBalnbrldgo Doatur DoaturBIlhrhl DecaturBudnbrldge
Balnbrldgo Barry Darr and
BIlhrhl e Cliouncoy Chnulcoy Dale Daleunder Daleulder Daleunder
under ulder convoy lIOY of tho training trinln ship hlp Buffalo Buffalosailed Bualo Bualofalld Buffalosailed
sailed falld yesterday yetfrlay from Crm Key KI West WIHt on Its It I
18000 JIO milo 110 iuiii voyage to tho Philippines PhllpplneH The Thefirst Thoflt Thefirst
first flt stop ttop will wmoue be at San Juan P R RArmy ItArch
Army Arch 11 and Mary Sa atOrdcri atOrdcriWABItIXOTON Orders OrdersVtAfiitJKOTox OrdenAIINOTON
VtAfiitJKOTox AIINOTON Dec l IThe Tht e army arm orders order were werelay werelsud
lsud toda todaC oday odayCapt lay layCapt
Capt C p Julitn Julm n LlndVy Ltnd Flflf Fleenlh Fifteenth nth Cavalry Cavalryrrtlivccl Cn3Iorllnd Cavalryretlivd
rrtlivccl rllnd from duty dul1 nt u htadqunrtcrx headquArr Department Departmentot lep3tmel
of Uio l Jasl t and to Join Joll his troop 11001 nt lt Fort tor itbon itbonAllen 1lbanen IIbanlien
Allen AllenKrslcnMlon lien lienflesnatlan en ennrlrnlon <
KrslcnMlon nrlrnlon of 1lrst llr Ueut Thumm U 1 j Krllty Jle JlelhllIDO Keile KeileIhlitprne
Ihlllpiilne lhllIDO Scouu Souu accepted acceptedlUMenMtonn acrepldlr acceptedlttMnltona I
lUMenMtonn ot Cadet adew Jack n McMlchael I Iocccpted and andVrunk and1raak
Vrunk lr II Murphy nr 1 Toiutti g W clan = i 1111 1 li1 ry Academy Academyaccepted AcademyscceptCd e
accepted acceptedTlicse occcptedThle scceptCdThese
These Thle navy M nav orders were Issued Isued tnCiy tnCiyCommander 10 10Commander lOtiyCommander
Commander J A Norris onls to Uurrnu of Equip Equipent l Iqulptnctit > alp alptenl ¬
tenl tnctit ent Navy 11 Department to complete computa computaions computatlnni ¬
ions 1110 of tile > Ililllpplnrs lbllpplnes billpplmies longitude lonllude expedition expeditionUnit exdliol expedItiontteut
Unit I 1 It I Drown Irowo to naval oull torpedo 101edo station MatlonSurseon stationSurgeon nloR nloRlurlI1
Surgeon lurlI1 I I N Carpenter Capenler from frm naval laal hospital hospitalwaahinclon hoplal hoplalI liophtaIlraitrtitcton
waahinclon I Surceon ureon 1 W V Spratlln from naval navallatmralory navallatinrator
1d J JO
al f
latmralory I Hrooklynand iiuk lrookln and passed pa ¼ ed Assistant I Sunrron SunrronO
O I I I Anjeny Anrenl from naval nUAr hospital hooplli Philadelphia PhiladelphiaIn bladelpbla bladelpblato
to the Dixie Ixle for duty with 11h marine marno brigade brigadePay brlade brladePay br1adeIay
Pay Director Ilreeor W V J 1 Thompson rbompsn retired nlrd from frm navy navjrpay navypity
pay PA office Seattle to home homeParmasi homePaymnasl 1J
Parmasi a rI rIttl tr K ttl IJ Ryan to gn navy p pay y ofrice ollelie ollelieIamter Seattle SeattlePaymaster SeattleIaymaater
York ork Paymaster Iamter J It Sanford nlord to navy yard New NewVork Nework NewYork I
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NEGRO NEGROtA LAWYER LAWYER WYER SENT SENTTOJAI SENTTOJAIAX TO JAIL JAILA JAILAv
A AX ACT tT THAT TIAT AfiTOXISHKS STO ISll S THE THEEGHOES TiE TiEIUWf1 TilEEGIWES
EGHOES IUWf1 OF WASHIXGTOX WASHIXGTOXJustice i5ISIIIXJTONJustIce SlJOTO SlJOTOJusllr
Justice Jusllr Wrlnlit Who 10 IVa Wu as Appointed From FromOhio FrothPlum rom romhlo
Ohio Plum hlo Sentenced HentIll Him 111 for or Shoiillnn ShoiillnnAilvlee Slontn SlontnIIlr SliotitinttItIe
Ailvlee IIlr to a Jury llr hur In n f Murder llrctr Caw aae le M MThey a aTllf aaTue
They Tllf Tue Wfr Werf eru Issuing ItRNII Ills Is tInIer nOi Window WindowWASHINGTON lndow lndowWASII ntow ntowWABINOTON
WASHINGTON WABINOTON WASII INOTO Dec DI 24 2 24Preeldeilt President Irlldent Koose Koosevclt Role RoleIlt Roosevolt
volt Ilt recently Jlntly appointed applntl1 Daniel T Wright Wrightof
of Cincinnati Clnclnlat to IMS an Associate AIolate Justice Justiceof
of the Supreme Snprelo Court of the District IRtrlot of ofColumbia orColumbil ofColumbia
Columbia Columbil He was wal recommended recmnwnded by II Sean Senator Slnntor Seantar ¬
tor Fornker orker and promptly llrmiltly confirmed ntrmed by tho thoSenate thoSrnah theSenate
Senate A few days dlYI ago tho thl new Justice Jtmtlcotook JUltlco JUltlcotok Justicetook
took tok his hil seat tat on the bench and promptly promptlylet prmpty prmptylet
let It be known 10on that he was W there thtro by son sentencing lan lantenclnl sontcncin ¬
tencing tenclnl tcncin a notorious notorloul negro Ilgr member lemblr of tho thobar thobar thebar
bar to serve ten tn days da in Jail Jai pay n fine fne of
25 5 and settle aete with wih tho court curt officers o < 1 for 101 tho thoexpense thoIX1 theexpenses
expense IX1 of the proceeding prII I all al for the thosimple theIlmple thesimple
simple Ilmple offence olonco of Riving ivln advice to tho jury juryIn
In n I murder murdlr case cIO as I they tl were wer returning returningto rturnlli
to the jury jur room rom after afer breakfast breakfastTho brllkralt breakfastThe
Tho Judges Judgel sentence Mntnco knocked Imockld not only onlytho onbIho onlythe
the convicted convlcttd lawyer speechless 111 chll but had hadpractically utdpractically d dprcUcly
practically prcUcly the sauna llne effect llt upon the Inhabit Inhabitants Inhabl inhabitants ¬
ants alt of the District Dstrict of Columbia generally generallyTho generaly generalyTho generallyThe
Tho very Iry idea that a Federal Judge Judre whoso whosoplace whoBoplaco whoseplace
place depend upon UpOI the good will wil of a Presi President 1111 1111dlnt Presilent ¬
dent dlnt elected Ileted by II the votes otP1 of a free fre people peopleshould pple ppleIhould peopleshiotilcl
should Ihould have hlo the thl temerity h lerl to discipline dlciplle ono onnof onooC annof
colored citizens of ofthe oCthe ofthue
of the powerful 71000 7 0 color ctizen >
the District of Columbia was wal astonishing astonishingto IltonlHhlng
to say the least leastThe leMtThe leastrho
The lawyer one John Johl A Moss 101 and ald his hisfriends hil
friends were not disposed dlf1 at firs frl to take taketho takothe takethe
the sentence seriously seriouHI Certainly crtalnl in this thisglorious thiaIlorlou thui thuiglorious
glorious Ilorlou republic republc it could not bo b true tre that thata
a man lan who has hl8 run riot as 18 a lirowboater hrowhlater of ofJuries oCjurl ofjuries
Juries jurl a bully bul v of witnesses wlnesl and Ind a whetxller whetxllerof whlller whllleroC hueedlorof
of Judges Judgll was wn at last lall to t run rUI foul of a Judge JnUgofrom Judgorrom Judgefrom
from Ohio merely becausa he saw fit ti to toviolate toI
I violate Iollte the law and talk to a jury jur while whilethey whi6 whilethey
they were deliberating delbrating on a verdict orlci So Sopetitions Sopttlona 50petItions
petitions pttlona voro presented pres nt arguments Irgumelt8 made madeand mde mdeand madeand
and prayers of all al sorts offered olerld up but blt all allto al allto
to no avail aal To Jail Jai Moss lol went There Therehe Tere Terehe Therehe
he la now and there ther ho will wi probably re remain r remain ¬
main until unti the dawn of the New ew Year YearThis Ye YearThis
This morning moring MOBS MoS and his friends be became b became ¬ I
came cm6 actually exasperated and sued for a awrit awrt awilt
actuly > Sle
exaspratl
writ wrt of habeas corpus crpuH as he preferred preCerre to tospend tospnd tospend
spend spnd Christmas Chrlsmnl day da in the bosom bm of his hisfamily hlltnmly hi hifamIly
family tnmly rather 1t11 than thanln in th the cheerless chlrlfB con confines contiles coitlilies ¬
fines tiles of tho District jail Jai but the Soartan SoartanJudge Hortan HortanJudge SuartanJudge
Judge said No and Ind the body bdy of Moss Mosswas Mos Mo Mowas
was left undisturbed undisturbedMoss undlslurbe undisturbedMoss
Moss IO H has h practised tJrctl before the District Districtcourts Dstrct DstrctCOlrt Districtcourts
courts COlrt for twenty tWlnt years venn or more 1 0 re having havingformerly havingfornr
formerly fornr been a clerk ilek in II the Congressional CongressionalLibrary CougrElonal CougrElonalIibmr CongressionalLibrary
Library Iibmr Ho 1t haw hal Ixen hauled hOII1 up for con contempt cn cntelt eontempt ¬
tempt telt of court a dozen d071 times thll but always alwaysuntil alwaysunt alwaysuntil
until unt now esaii 111111 escaped l with wih u warning wlrlng to go and andnhi andIln andsin
sin Iln no 10 more mor A sort of feeling flllng had grown grownup growntilt
up 1 that bpcnuMt OauH this thl thin wiry brown brownskinned hrowntklllld brownskinned
skinned tklllld talkative talkal pollcit poli court lawyer lawlra lawlrat lawyeratype a atype
type t > of his hit da dlhduhll clait claimed lo hold the thl black blackpopulation hlalk hlalkfopuilton blackopuhittion
population fopuilton of the thl District VI tlct in il the thl hollow hulow of orli ofhis
Ills li hand hald he II was WIH immune Illune from punishment punishmentand pUIL hlent hlentUld
and Uld FO hit was af until ntH Judge Jll p Wright Wrght appeared appearedon
on 01 tho th scene He Il was wnl ignorant of the om omnipotence omIlpotelo omnutipotence ¬
nipotence Ilpotelo of Moss 100 He 10 merely lmly knew that thatlie thatlie
lie 111 was wal convicted convlct of having ha ilg shouted sholh advice adviceto advic
to the th jury jur as 1M they th were wer being bilF marched marchedby marchedb iiiarchedby
by b his hil office ofc windowand windOlnc elndow mtnd co o with Western Westernpromptness Sestermipromo tpm tpmprlptnl
promptness prlptnl promo Pt floss he visited viii I eti upon ti poii him hll hi hit the thl full fullpenalty Cul fti Ii IiieiiaIt
penalty pelult of the law lawOn lawOn la laOn
On the thetral trial Prosecuting lrOlullg Prcsteeu timig Attorney A ttorlv t homey Pugh Pughteamed PughteoUId Ptughitetitltsi
teamed teoUId that Moss Io when h1 sober Iohl was an 11 un unoffending UI Unoffending ¬
offending otendlng person pfIOI but when drunk drulk an l ob obHtixperous obHtrperouB ohstreperous
Htixperous HtrperouB nuisance iiuisance 1ialc It I I t was ao early larl any In II tho thomorning thomornhlj thinnuorning
morning mornhlj when whll he held up tho jury jlry j ii ry FO F thin tlmjudge Ihl thinjudge
judge jud l would not condone condo tho grave rn offence offenceHe ofenl offencelie
He le did his hI duty like Ik a Imlllnd man and while whie lining liningcongratulate Iin Iincongrtut hsimtgcongratulated
congratulate congrtut l < on every Ipry hand Illd for BO o doing doinuthe doinl
the qUlltion tlutstion Ufhtion arNeu ar 1 what whlt effect Ifet if iCal ifauty any will willIlls wi willhits
Ills exhibition I hlhilol of righteous rightfoul courage have havuupon IUIUpOI havetipoil
upon UpOI his hil future futuT career cr r political 10111 < 1 and other otherwise otherw otherwise ¬
wise w u Will Wi the colored clorP population populaton of Wash Washington Wllh Washiiii ¬ I
ington iii g ton punish pUllsh lti DIsh or applaud B pflaud him himI Ii ho hoIt
It I It is 1 only Oftl a few ftw years YI ago I O that one ni of the theBoard theDoald thisBoard
Board Doald of Commissioners Commltioler of tIer District DL trlcl of ofColumbia ofColumbiu ofColtinihjta
Columbia in the tht thi counH lln cotin > of a I routine hear hearing hearInK hearlog ¬
InK l before > foro a committee ollltto of Congress Cougn oiigress re referred rnCerfl ruferred ¬
ferred Cerfl to the well wll known kl0wn fact that thlt u I certain certainportion crtlin crtlinporton certainportion
portion porton of Washingtons colored colorl popula population ppull populatioti ¬
tion were povertystricken prltricken vicious vieoul and a amenace amanlc amenace
menace manlc to the good Ro order orr of the tll community < mmunly
That Tllt true und pertinent pertnent remark raised raisedsuch ra raiseducht ed edsuch
such ucht a hubbub when It reached tho earn earnof 111 earsof
of the dwellers dWller In Hwampoodln Hwalpoodin that the thecommissioner thecoml theconiinhrtioter
commissioner coml RiolJr lost 10lt his hlf official ofcial head although althoughh
h hn was a Republican Hfllbllan It I is H barely bare I possi possibln pOfII pOfIIhlj loiibhIs
hIs that thlt Judge JudFe Wright Wrght right will wJ lx hI > made to feel feeltho fld fldthl feeltim
tho thl tim power of the colored brothers Iwotherl tofu influenci InOuenC tofuanon
anon enC pwer even in this benighted 1 territory territorywhere terriory terriorywhlle territorywhere
where whlle no citizen enjoys enjo the right of suf suffrage luf lufCrage stiffrago ¬
frage but nevertheless nevertheless John Moss Mo who has hasheretofore haRhertoCor hasheretofore
heretofore hertoCor Ixon 111 superior Ilpnrlor to law lw and Judges Judgeswill JudKe Jtidgeswill
will wi tat bus Christmas Chr tml dinner in the til lockup lockupATTACKS 10clf 10clfHTHI lockup41TAhS
ATTACKS HTHI Hit MYERSS U lEIISsuIEr1 lEIISsuIEr1aul IW SOCIETY SOCIETYInpt IUTI IUTICRIII
Inpt aul Ilper llllr Ways laH MaaTlIat Ttiat Tmt HH 1M Agent Int Are re Not Notin Sotti NotPt
in ti He II Helled Ullld On OnPolice 01 011nlcc lii liiPolice
Police 1nlcc Commissioner toJmi Camera issionar lonlr drrenn Grllno announced announcedyesterday alnouncld alnouncldIIIlrll nnnouncttlcrtterthtuy
yesterday IIIlrll that ho would investigate Inf tlJate the thecharges thedmrgll thuecharges
charges dmrgll in tho thf letter letlr sent ent to him by I > the thoHev the1e the11ev
Hev 1e Cortland Cortand Myers I erl of Brooklyn that thatfteventyfour thatf1lntyCour thatseventyfour
fteventyfour f1lntyCour poolrooms were wlr operating In InManhattan InIanhltal inManhattan
Manhattan Ianhltal and RIII Brooklyn nel Geit ten Greene Greeneohio ireennnlno reeno reenonl
ohio nl sent Int a copy coit 11 of Dr Myerss Ylrl1 letter Ilter to toDeputy toIlfut toIoputv
Deputy Ilfut Commissioners omm isionlrl Piper and 1111 Ebstein Ebsteinand Ebteil Ebrtteimiand
and added adll a note as al follows followsI folos folosI
I enclose herewith a I copy COf 0 of a lithographed lit
loiter Irtpr received nIlvrd through throulh the mails Itholrhel yesterday
from the I hI Rev Hp Cortlanci Cortald MSITS IIrt IRiH slinging nllllnl trrny that thatrertnln thatrprtnln thatie
rertnln ie rtahmi pool 001 rooms rOOJR mire 1f openly 01111 ot P7113 dolnir tUIII ibm w business businessnnc ImII81 htishmitsaand
nnc nnl and have hn been ln in II In existence IxlstIl ilurlnt 111111 the creator creatorpnrt granterpart
lrlntr lrlntrnort
part of the III year ur Order Ims hn been h11 sent by b btdhOl
telephone tdhOl to the th Inspectors rnlllne 1111 for im iminemute 11 liiiinethiati
inemute Ie latl reports re lrnrt a ns n to t 0 steps St l4 that t hitt have been beentoken Ientakrl beautaken
token takrl by I them thPI t during durii the th present r Plt year ar or ornre oror ortire
tire or now oo brine hplnl taken k1 to enforce Iufor the thl law at attho atthp uttie
tie places lnctR named namedPomllriK Inmrd namedPending
Pending 111111 receipt rlfit of tlicto thlh reports rortl von ou will willplease vhilplast
please report In II in IMTSDII concerning onrrlur the num wi ¬
tier r1as 11 of complaints olllnlnt received rrlhId from fro I Mr II tll Myers Myerssociety MyerssOCtt lum er erocitty
society OCtt during durlnl the thl t he present year 111 ear and the th t lit action actiontaken ultlon ultlontll uiet Ion Iontaken
taken tll < en in II each Inch cnse cnseDeputy Ia IaDeputy cuuseIeputy
Deputy Commissioner ommiAlonrr Pipers lplrl report reportwas rlport rlportwal reportwas
was handed to the Commissioner late
wal CommiAloner latl yes yesterday yesttrdlt ¬
terday trdl ttrdlt afternoon nCrnoon He pointed out out that ihatmo thatmost thatmost
most mo t of the places named lanwd in the Mvers
1 <
letter Iltlr had been hfn raided rlldll and that thlt tho tIm others otherswere otherl othertiwart 1
were so R situated I untl1 that tlm tltnpohbee polco police were unable unableto
to get glt evidence ovldloe against them themCapt themCapt themCapt
Capt Capt Piper Ilptr added addll that thlt tho preachers preacherssociety prcherl preachierssociety
society RCt hnd refused refufl1 lo II assist Mllft except e clpt by bynaming In Inlnmln byuuamimtg
naming lnmln the pl placeR ces Capt npt Piper also HSU HSUthat H31i siid siidthat
that thlt the agents Igentl of the society Hoht could culd not bt btrelied I Irell horolled >
and relied rell upon IpOI for aid Ild in II prosecuting profruting gamblers gamblersand gamblerl gamblersmind
poolroom men menHo monHo menHo
Ho told Gen Greene Gnlnl that thlt ono of theaRents theaRentswns thenJlltl the ngeuiirt ngeuiirtwatt
watt WIR at present prlAent a fugitive rugltve from justice justt and andthat nmlthat nodthat
that warrants warmntl were out for him in
Brooklyn and Manhattan Ianhltan for forging forjing checks checksAnother chlokl checksJenothter
Another agent n lnt tho Deputy Commissioner Commissionerenid CommiFHlonersid
enid sid was wal arrested for holding up women womenon womll
on the III streets Htrletl in II the Tenderloin Tllerloln while whie a nthird athird athird
third was ns suspected RURI of working in in coilu iin
nion Ilon with the gamblers in tipping off 01 im impending liiipending ¬
pending raids raidsGIFTS rl rl1S raidsGIF7S
GIFTS 1S TO OLD ln oh EMPLOYEES EMPLOYEESRetiring J IlPLO JJJI Y1ts Y1tsFeellrln f fRttrlnK
Retiring RttrlnK Tobacco ohallo Firm Ilrm Presents rtlrntl M2tnoo M2tnoolo M20oHI M20oHItl
lo tl ltd 18 Workers orkrr8 or Many Ian > Vearn VearnRICHMOND fa fanICI ears earsl1tclimon
RICHMOND nICI IO Va 1 Dec 24 2 Them Ther was wasgreat W WJreat wasgroat
great Jreat surprise HurprFt today in II tlioT the 1 I C Williams Williamstobacco Wllaml Williamstobacco
tobacco factory Cactor when many man of tho old oldemployees 0111flploeel cliiflmlloeeS
employees flploeel opened opened envelopes handed to tothem tothlm tothianu
them thlm and discovered dl colrl therein thllcln checks rang ranging ¬
lug Crom I O t to 12O 250 the Ig itggrvgalt gall nRcl reach reaching
ing 20000 210 or more 101 Several Selrl months monlhf ago agotho I agothin O Otho
tho firm which had been hlln In h it tho t hun tobacco tobaccotrade tobaccotratic I
trade hero hfr for many man years eal was wal absorbed absorbedby
by ono of the big hiI corporations corporationsThe corporUoll
The transfer trn fr of the Ih > business hulnO has haf just
been 111 complete compltl and nIl nun tho thu retiring retlrllg members membersof membfrl
of the firm frm declclod to testify Itlf substantially Slb8tnnUal
their feeling felng for tho heads htUII of the th various variousdepartments variousdepnrtinetits
departments who had been in II their tlllr employ employalmost emploaln08t employalmost I
aln08t almost from tho time that they the engaged enKIgl in inbusinofs inbUBlnriR Inbusiness
business bUBlnriR here hlrl hen Thin 1ho checks dlIkA were the thoresult therCul thinresult
result resultI rCul rCulIWI resultOflt
I OCR IWI VIM fU TREATY WITH 111 Itll CltlA CltlADratnn 111 111nnon lII4fleaon
Dratnn for or Hilay 11la Itla In Halloing natOlnK II I by h the theChinese thehilnese
Chinese hllll Government GovernmentWASHINGTON Gotrnllll GotrnllllABINOTO Cat eminent eminentWASlhIN0TO
WASHINGTON ABINOTO Dec Dt 24 In response rJonR resOn to toInquiries toInquirel toinquiries
Inquiries Inquirel by h tho Stato Department DelJartent as al to towhy towhY towhy
why tho Chinese Chlnel Government Gotrnmlnt had hld not rati ratified rtl rtlOed ratifled ¬
Oed thin commercial mmcrlal treaty with the United UnitedStates UnitedHtatf ljnltecjStates
States Htatf which provides prvldll among nmon other things thingsfor thlnpH thlnpHCor thingsfor
for the opening Openifl of two ports in Manchuria Manchuriato
to foreign trade tmll Mr II Conger ConJlr Ohm American AmericanMinister AmericanMlnltcr AmoricaitMinister
Minister at Pekin PIkln telegraphed tele raplld the Depart Department Depar Departmont ¬
mont mlnl today OH E follows followsTho rolow rolowTho followsThin
Tho memorial memoral for the ratification ratfcaton of the thetreaty thetret thetreaty
treaty tret has h l hen been > een sent nt to Tientsin Tlent in to t bo b signed signedby IlgnN signedby
by the Viceroy Vlcr Will Wi then thln be b returned rturned to toPekin t toPekin
Pekin and presented prnted promptly prmpty by tho Prinot PrinotChang Pro PrinosChang
Chang Cag to the throne thrne for ratification ratfcaton
THE T 111VV IMMlGltAXTX lRlTVEIJEnnAT VELEIIRATED VELEIIRATEDChrlitma RLEISRATLDtbrhitmaa ED EDQltmuff
Chrlitma Qltmuff Tree for fC1 the Uif SOO 3 on Ellis EUe Mend MendNotable lei leiNotble 1herudNotable
Notable Notble Guest Gutt There ThereAbout Tlre TlreAbut ThereAbout
About Abut 300 detained detalnt Immigrants Immljant mostly mostlywomen mosty mostywomen mostlywomen
women and 011 children chidren enjoyed a I Christmas Christmastree Chrisunarstree
tree tN celebration on Ellis Elis Island yesterday yesterdayTho yoterday yoterdayTe
The Te tree te twenty feet lot high was In the main mainroom mla mlaroom mainroom
room of the big building buldlng and bent under undera
a weight of good and pretty things thln 1 that thatwore thate thatwere
wore e given glvln to thankful man delighted delightedwomen dtlghtod dtlghtodwomen delightedwoolen
women and al happy youngsters youngstersTwentyfive yoUnWrR1wInt youngstersTwentyfive
Twentyfive 1wInt O Jews Jewl were among muon the th re recipients recipients reolpienta ¬
cipients of good cheer chor which hioh was paid for forcheerfully forchlrfuly forcheerfully
cheerfully chlrfuly by Commissioner CommllRloner Williams Wilams who whocouldnt whocouldnt ho hocouldnt
couldnt be present because brul of an al attack attackof attck attckor
of grip Secretary 8retar Cortelyou of the Depart Department Dpart Dpartment Departnient ¬
ment of Commerce Commo GommisslonorOoneral GommisslonorOoneralSargent CommissionerGeneralSargett mmlsHlonorGoneralof
o
Sargent of the Immigration Immigraton Bureau Durou and andHudglns andludglnl antiHudgins
Hudglns ludglnl it c Dumas Du m tho Island caterers caterersMr catererMr caterersMr
Mr Sargent Srgent and his hiltle little daughter Mabel Mabelwho Mabelwho Mabelwho
who contributed and distributed a satchel satchelful Ithel Ithelful satchelful
ful of candy and toys came cme on from from Wash WashgrantH WMhIngton arth arthington
Ington Mpcluly especially to help make thin Imll Imllgrln ininrl ininrlgritntit
grantH grln I happy
The la celebration clebraton waa under tho auspices auspicesof aUHJlcfl
of the missionaries mltlonari at tho island Ital Italians Ial IalInl ItalInns ¬
Inns Inl rather rthlr surprised urprlt visitors lllorl by kneel kneeling kneelInl kneellog ¬
log Inl before btrore the big tree tl uttering uterlng prayers prayersand prayersiintl rayers I IInd
and Ind crossing crollng themselves theIIIel John Turner Turnerdetained furrierdetained I
detained as I an anarchist nnnrchlRt looked on from froma froma
a 1 gallery galory standing RUndln between hetwon women specta spectators Bpla Bplatorl spootatars ¬
tars torl who didnt know him and ald who swapped swappedsmall swappedsmall
small ent ln1 talk Ille with wih wi thu him hll lii or He didnt get awap a pres present present present ¬
entFive Five minute addresses addrCf of welcome weiome choc chocand ch chund cheeutmid
and explanation e Jlalntlon to the immigrants were weremade weremado weremade I
made by h the Rev BI George Clrgo Poering Poertn In Oar German Gel Oarman ¬
man lan t tho thioRa lie Rev Ih1 Mieliael Mlchal MbclmelJHerury JHenry J Hel of the Irish IrishImmigrant Irll IrishImmigrant
Immigrant Imll mnt Homo In English EnglRh the Rev M MHiozewicz MBIZwlr Mi1iozewiz
Hiozewicz BIZwlr In Polish PolHh the Rev He Xoltun 7olln Kuthy Kuthyin
in Hungarian Iln arlan the Rev James Jam iambern Gambemalit iambernin amher
in illalan Italian and the Rev ev AB Lllja Iljl in Swedish SwedishThe SwedishTIl SwedishTiut
The TIl junior 11101 iumtior choir choi of St St Pauls lalll Chapel sang sangChristmas Mn MnC1lrlitml sangChristmas
Christmas C1lrlitml carols carll and ome other selections selectionsThen Heletons HeletonsThn selectionsThen
Then there were Wlre appropriate uppropratu recitations recitationssongs rctatonR rctatonRsong recitationssongs
songs violin violn solos ana and hymns hymnsTho hymnsTho hymnslhte
song Tho Christmas Chrsm tree tr was WI probably proohiv one of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the largest largEt In this part of the State It Itwas I Itwas
was an enormous pine prt and from frm the thE cotton cottoncovered cton ctoncoerr cottoncovered
covered coerr base bo to the angel tipped tpped crest cret it itwas Itwas itwas
was laden with presents prent a and pretty prety decora decorations dlora dloraonl decorationa ¬
tions onl that dazzled dl1lt many mn eyes yl that tht had never neverbeheld nerbhld neverbebeld
beheld bhld such wonderful things thlngberore thlngberoreWarm before beforeWarm beforearm i
Warm arm mittens mufflers rumel stockings tocklngl shawls shawlsand shawlsad shawlsand
and ad other clothing were there thlre for the men menand menand menand
and women and pretty pretv toys and warm warmclothes warmclothE warmclothes
clothes clothE for the little ltll ones onE There Thlre were wereeven wereeven wereeven
even gifts glCtl left for those who will wi land iundto iundtoday to today today ¬
day and ald tomorrow tomorrowTHE tomorrowTiE tomurorrowriii
THE TiE riM 1n flM MOORE 100l WILL 111 COXTEST COXTESTMoore OTETUoort OXTESTUoore
Moore Uoort Proved to UP II Son of W V Van an n lleniwe lleniwelirr UIn8f lIensseicr
lirr icr and I lt Is the Legatee Iesalrl of Ills 111 Estate EstateGLKNB EstateGLENS tatt tattGLRB
GLENS GLRB FALLS FAL 9 N Y Dec De 24In 2 In the con contest cn cnt contest ¬
test t t before broro tho County Count Surrogate SUroKata over the thewill thowU thinwill
will wU of William WI m Moore oore which was WI begun bejun by byhis byhlonly byltisonly
his hlonly ltisonly only grandchild grandchid William Wilam illinmn Hubbell Hubbel Moore MooreIt loole looleIt
It that the Ih testator
was W developed was wasthewmof WMthetnoC wartthuesonof
thewmof thetnoC William Wllum Van an Kensselaer Hensfelalr But who whothe whothe vhtuthe
the latter later was Wi no one seems Heel to IJ know Iwu hut butit hutIt hutit
it is I thought he was WIl one of the well wt1 known knownAlbany knownAlhilV kiiowitAibsti
AlhilV Aibsti Albany family Cal I v of that thlt name nameMoore nomIre mmmcMoore
Moore wa was alade made the tl legatee under undtr Van VanRensselaers VanHEIKllalr Vanlbetisseiaurs
Rensselaers HEIKllalr will wi to an estate fHtatn of between IJtwecn
1200000 100 and 300000 S100 a life lfl interest in which whichIs whichII
Is II now being enjoyed lnj nj ytud ed by a woman in Los LosAngeles La LaAnglle LosAngeles
Angeles Anglle Cal tul ui Papers Papr containing cntaining a full fulldescription ful fulltlsorlptiomi
description dtrlptiol of the estate Pltate and particulars particularsof partcular iarticulaof
of the relationship relatouRhip Ac c the tht testator teltutor said saidbefore saidbefore ld ldheforl
before heforl his hil death are arocntainld amocomutaimued contained in his hlslaret hlslaretdepoHlt safety safetydeposit safetydeposit
deposit vault vaul which has 11n hm not yet l hreemi hreemiloores > > een eenopened n nuprned
opened Moores toon1 private estate ltatels Is al about ahoutS2mo about200tuXl > out
12001100 and ald alxitit 170 7000 Is II equally 1111 appor apportioned apportioned apportioned ¬
tioned amout nUOlV bin hi > three thl helrsatlawwlfe helrsatlawwlfedaughter hollatlawwICu hollatlawwICudaulhtr hmelrsatlaw wife wifedaughter
daughter daulhtr and grandson randtl To the grandson grandsonnil grand6nni
nil ni of his hi > Interest Intent in the Van an Hensselaer Hensselaerestate Ulllaer Ulllaerttato Itenlaerestate
estate ttato is i given givenMoore ghenlore givenMoors
Moore lore made mntl two wills wlll one 01 in 1901 101 and one oneon oneon Ottoon
on Nov XO 1H last Illt thre thr days < a1 befor oCo his hisdeath hit histleatht
death dlath anti H P King Kllg was l appointed appointedexecutor appilte appointedtxicumtor
executor Ixlcutor in both instruments Inltnlnlnt Ho gave gavehis gavohi gavebibs
his hi own pioperty JI Pt Opt optrt r to his hil heirs hliM absolutely
in the th lust IWt document doumlntlntl11 instead of in trust trustus tr trustus > t tUI
us UI in the first trt From the questions ueHtlons today todayof toayot
of Senator Snator Bracket Brckett attorney atornl for the con contestant cn cntotant contostant ¬
testant an attempt ntompt will wi be made to estab establish etab etablh estabhish ¬
lish lh a I will wi made mdt between hetwen 1001 101 and ant 1003 1003practically 103 103nctcll 1903Pruucticnhly
practically nctcll the same Rme as a these thes except excpt that thatit thatit
it names naeH E L Ashley Ahle president prlident of the theHudson theHudRn theHudson
Hudson HudRn River Water Wntlr Power Company a aformer arormr afortnuur
former partner arlner and an enemy mpny of H P PKing PKil PKing
King Kil I Illexecutor the lie executor of the thl proposed propoo < will willIn wi willitt
In the tht last few days daYI of his hil life lCe Ashley Alhle made madehimself mde madehImself
himself hlmllif conspicuous by discharging the thistestittors I Itestators
testators t < ttntorl physician phYRlean and the employment employmentof emrloyment emrloymentof
of another nnothlr against the protest IIotlst of 0 the im immediate 1m1llatp hamediate ¬
mediate 1llatp family flml The TIIcoltltllt Thu contestant will wiintro wiintrod1 intro introduce introduica ¬
duce d1 his hi evidence wdlnc at It the next hearing hlarll on onJon onJln onJan
Jon Jln 4 tLAM 4JUII 4Lt1tlt
LAM JUII Lt1tlt MI MAY 1U xlr or in I > Tin TIUl TIUlI TItlII TItlIIills Kit KitIll
I ills Ill Counsel Coul 11 True rCt That the Constitution ConstitutionIorhlili fonstitultionForhhIa omttton
Iorhlili 1011111 It ItFREEHOLD I ItFhtEEllort
FREEHOLD FIEt10LD N J Dec 24 24J It now appears appearsprobable applarR applarRprohable appearsprobable
probable that the tht case cle of the State against againstDavid l againstDavid alnst alnstDavid
David Lamar Monk Eastman Fltran and others othersmay othersmay othersmay
may be permanently dropped lemurs lemurscounsel lmlrl Iamnaristotinsnl
counsel 10111 have ha interposed Intr > ed a plea that the thodefendant thl thetlefentirtmut4
defendant had been already tried and andacquitted andaCult antiacqttitted
acquitted aCult of the thl charge on which it was wasproposed WI WIpropoed wartprcrposeti
proposed to try tr them on Dec Ilc 29 Judge JudgeHeisley Jud Jttdgelieleley e elellley
Heisley lellley had granted grntd a hearing Ilmrlng on this thui mat matter matter flintter ¬
ter for today but the stenographer It3nogrphlr who whotook whotook vhiotook
took the evidence eidHlle in tho first flt trial is ill i and andthe ant amidthe
the tl whole matter mater will wi havo to go IO over until untilsome unti untilsome
some Iomo time in January JanuaryLumars Januarylamnrl JanuaryLantars
Lumars lamnrl counsel coult1 claim that the trial for forconspiracy forcOllpircy foreotispirncy
conspiracy cOllpircy to kill ki included Includll within wihin It the thesame thelalO thesauna
same lalO facts Caet and ald the hue identical proofs which whichwould whichwould whichwould
would be bt used llll in the trial for assault lult and andthat Ind Indthat andthat
that the Constitution COItitutOI forbids Corhld this thisThere thlRTllro thisThitre
There Tllro is but ono precedent predent in the Jersey Jerseycourts Jlle Jllecouro Jerseycotirts
courts couro of a case of this thll sort lort It J was W tried trieda
a long time tme ago but the procedure was wascarefully WUI witscarefully
carefully crefuly laid down at at the titan by the State StateSupreme Stto SttoSuprel StateSuprente
Supreme Suprel Court The rules rlll thus laid down downwero dowl dowtuworn
worn wer followed folowed by b Latnars Lmars lawyers Inwel in pre preparing preparng proparing ¬
paring for todays expected expeted caFe and they theywero the thewero theywere
wero parng acquiesced acCuicpd In by the Court and prose prosecutor pros prosecutor ¬
cutor The entire entr panel of October jurors jurorswas jurorswas jurorswart
was expected fptL > hero today to try the case caseas cale calea caseas
as a a full Cul jury jUI of twelve tolo men me must mu t decide it itJudge i itJudge
Judge Jud u Heisley II ley had no hesitancy hllalcy in ac accepting accpptng accepting ¬
cepting cpptng the t1 plea and ald setting letng the thl date < ato for forit forIt forit
it trial tral A jury jur of twelve tWIIe men Is II used uled In Insuch Insuch intouch
such cases CaII the name a11 as in any other case casefhmtt j jfendant
TIl fhmtt coun counsel tl for Inmar and hlf his codl codc codcfendant
fendant contend con11 that each defendant is isentitled if isentitled I Itnttld
entitled tnttld to t a separate part trial trial In such case caseeach cn caseeach o
each Ilch trial tral would take tlc about Ihout three thre days daysIf dasI I
If I a I separate eplrute trial is II allowed each man mnn It Itwill Itwi itwill
will be two or three thre weeks before the pre preliminary prohiminary preImlnlr ¬
wi
liminary Imlnlr trials tral are completed oven if they theyshould theyshould the theBhould theshould
should be pushed plhe rapidly rapidlylimlnary rpidlyPublc
Public Publc sentiment lenUment in Monmouth county count
18 now moru or rorauo b Limar a and many ny
aro mopersecuted
persecuted penIuttd by h enemies fnemili of influenco in Wall WallStreet Wal WallStreet
Street StreetllOdlS Htrlt HtrltIWIUS StreetBUGI
llOdlS IWIUS BUGI S MESSEXGEHS 1 SSIfllS GRAFT GRAFTTwo OllUTTwo Glt4FTTwo
Two Youths outh Arrontiil rrl tf11 With Wih Ith Christmas lrlltma Stilt SnliKcrlp Sul StiltHrrihPllOfl
Kcrlp Htrllllnn HrrihPllOfl < lim Mot 1I t In Their Ioekrtn IoekrtnJohn Ioekft IoekftJohn PoeketJohuut
John Dougherty 18 years ur old and Pat Patrick Plt Pittrick ¬
rick Lane I 20 ZI o years rrf old were wlro arrested arrOtNI yes yesterday VIR yesterday ¬
terday on complaint cmpllnt of T J J Donovan Donovanmanager Dono Donovanmanager an anrnn
manager rnn er of the thl Postal I Telegraph 1legrRph Com Companys Comapans om ompnns ¬
pans offbeat ofll Rt 74 4 Cortlnndt Cortlldt street Itrlet Dono DonoTan DonoTal DonoTaft
Tan Tal said Halr they had been hlcn impersonating impersonatingPostal ImplrRnathlJ impersonatingPostal
Postal Iotl messenger ttAnger hoy 10 so 1 KH to collect collectChristmas clect clectChristmn collectChriustrnas
Christmas money Magistrate ln ltrate Ommen Omen in inthe InI inthe
the I Tombs Tomhl police polc court ourt held hell each Ich of them themThe themunder themunder
examination Hat Haturdl Sattrriay
under urdl trriay son Xt homll hiotut1 for eXlnlnaton on
The 1ht boys hO1 had three thref subscription sublerlpHon lists lisUono ltA ltAono listsone
ono for the th Postal POltal boys hOI another alothlr for tho thoWestern thoWtprn thituTesstern
Western Union mid Ild a third for the Bankers Bankersand nanklr nanklrnnd BankersantI
lninn
and Brokers Brokrf One of these thlo lists Iltl contained containedsome cntained cntainedote
some ote Christmas Christ mal lines Hnl written wrtm by a I stenog stenographer stenogrupher stenogriipher ¬
rapher in II the Mills 111 Building Buiding They were wereas werenR werenit
as follows followsChrhtmu followsChristmas
Colowl
Christmas ChrhlmA U coming romlnl romln with lh plraxurr pltMlre nnd Joy JoyIMfMc 10 10leMe mihleMc
IMfMc dont target forle thr mrMcnirr mt enrer boy hoyHe hn hnle boylie
He le carries your 011 otur mnuncex mI through Ihrllb rain hall hal and andAnd andno andsnow
snow snowAnd no noAnd
And wherever wlerrnr tie II U I called caled he li I willing wllnr to go goJudRiurnt roJud coTudgntent
JudRiurnt Jud lfnt Acnlnst ralnt lloneri nOKrt In Cleveland ClevelandDiamond C1ce1andIiantomid 1 f1 a I IIlalon
Diamond Ilalon rate rateSupremo ran ranSuprle CacSupreme
Supreme Suprle Court Cour Justice JUftC6 Davis decided decidedyesterday dtclded dtcldedYtRlerdny decidedyesterday
yesterday that John R Rogers Rges Is not en entitled enUtiId entitleci ¬
titled UtiId to an accounting acuntng from frm tho Actors ActorsUnion ActIl ActorsUnion
Union for the thf proceeds prcldR of the sale do of the theCleveland theMClevoland theCleveland
Cleveland DlamonH at lt the Actors Acto Fair Fairin Fall Fairin
in 1892 IR0 Justice JUtlco Davis holds that Rogers Rogersgot Rgers RgersRot Rogersgot
got nil ni that thft was Wa due dul him and the costs cs am ammarked a amarke aremarked
marked marke up mroinst Iln8t a1nst him him Rogers Hogel Rays 1 that thatho t thatho
ho will wl appeal app
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ChristniiiB ChristJls conies but once a ayear ayenr ayear
I year yenr and nn when it conies coniesStores comesStores conuesStores
Stores closed cosed all al day dayROGERS dn dnHOGER clayROOERS
ROGERS PEET COMPANY COMPANYM CmIIAXY CmIIAXYnroadwA
20s M Broadway nroadwA opposite City CI Hall Halland 181 181II hailand
and 7 and ogpr 9 Warren arren nn HI HI8K Stst I
8K II st Broadway Jro a cor or 13lh I We WI All tl order orderMid orde orderssuud
Mid ld 140 O to H 4th Ave by mall mallIJflO mal
IJflO 1 Hroadway nradwf rot mI Mil Miland 3d 3daDd 32dand
and M Went rAt 33d St StCHRISTMAS StCHRISTMAS SiCHRISTMAS
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CHRISTMAS CHEER FOR ALL ALLnK ALLI
nK I E XIEI EEH EJI ao OI Jo Htun 11tl Axn AxnSTOCKISTS AVISTKIXUS l WI WITtKJUS
STOCKISTS XEEIt UK KMITY KMITYAll fnJTAi EhlITAll
TtKJUS nnl 1
All Ai the thl Philanthropic Ihlhtthrople Societies SOlItIt leaner 1111 lo loHelp 10lelp tohelp
Help lelp the th Ioor 001 to lie le Happy lallllChl ItappyCimhi ItappyCimhidren Chil Children ¬ I Idren
dren l Illlelal lspeelaih prelall All Alin In n f City CU or Krlriula KrlriulaKoine 1rlentlaSomite Itnrs Itnrsle
Koine le of tr the Free I Feasts 1tsIR Planned PUnneilIf PllnnedI
If I any one ole in New York goes g011 hungry hungrytoday hungrytday hungrytoday
today tday some turkey gobbler will wi have liavegiven haeglen havegiven
given his llfo Ie In vain ln for thnnkH thanill to the theefforts theelorta theefforts
efforts elorta of the various variou charitable organza organizations organbaUonB organzations ¬
tions and the generosity of those who add addto addto addto
to their own cheer cher by b cheering chelnl others othersthis othoM othersthis
this Christmas Crltml promises promles to reach into every everydreary cerydrar everydreary
dreary drar nook and corner crnerQf cornerof of tho city cityFriends et etFriend cityFriends
Friends Friend of the Salvation Sahaton Army Arnn have havekept haekept havekept
kept the pots ptR boiling bing so R merrily merri with their theirdimes theirdimes theirdimes
dimes and nickels nl nikcls kcls that Adjutant Parker Parkerhopes Parkerhopl Parkerhopes
hopes hopl to feed fed many more ore than the cus customary customar cuBtomary ¬
tomary tomar 25000 2 O this thi evening olnlng The dinner dinnerwill dinnerwi dinnerwill
will wi be b nerved rvo ut lt 180 18 great grelt tabley table In the theGrand theGrnd theGrand
Grand Grnd Central Palace PalaceThe Pala laleThe
The Mayor is going to drop In to see 8e the thehungry thehungry thehungry
hungry fed fe He wrote to Commander CommanderBooth CommanderBth ConumnanderBooth
Booth Bth Tucker yesterday yesterdayH YHterdayI
H I will wi give gle mo pleasure plen ure lo step In for fora
a few minute tomorrow tmorrow afternoon aremoon at the theopening theopening theopening
opening of your ChrUtniaH Chrtlal dinner 1 pre presume prosumo prestimile ¬
sumo I may Iny bring brng with mo sortie IIU of the theinemlxrH theleml theinemnlxrs
inemlxrH leml of my lY family faml who would I think thinkbe thilk thilkbe thinkbe
be Intonated IntlrtLI to accompany accmpany me II at that thattime thattme thattimite
time tme I avail uai myself 1slr of this thll opportunity opportunityto
to extend my Christmas ChrRtmli greetings grltngs to you youand youand OU OUand
and to tho members member of tho thl Salvation Saltton Army Armywho ArlY ArlYwho Armywho
who aro ar striving so R patiently pallonty to Interpret Interpretthe
the signification IlgnlfcaneH of Christmas Chrltma Day Da to tho thopoor thopoor thelor
poor and the outcast outcastBallington outClt outCltHailngton outcastBailington
Ballington Hailngton Booth Boothl Volunteers Voluntem of America Americahave Americahae Amuiericahave
have for several ferl days daf been befn devoting devoln tho thoproceeds tl tlprocdR thituproceeds
proceeds of their brick chimneys chlmnerl to tosupplying toluppllng tosupplying
supplying food clothing clothll and fuel tiel to the thoneedy theney theneedy
needy ney families famls of prisoner This morning morningtho morln morlnthe
the younger children chldrln in each Mh family famiy will willfind wi willfind
find fnd their stockings Htockllgs filled fled In proper prper Santa HantaClaus SantaCauR SantaClaus
CauR Claus fashion with toys to s dolls doUI and Christ Christmas Crilt CriltM Christnuas ¬
sweets sweetsCongressman sweetsomigressmnan
mas M wet wetongrowmnn
Congressman ongrowmnn omigressmnan Big Tim Sullivan Sulivan will willhavo wi willhave
have 5000 50 lodging logln house hou8 Inmates Inmtes to feast feastat feastat eastat
at the T D Sullivan Sulvan Association daton this thl morn morning morning morning ¬
ing and all al reports ropr from the Bowery Indi Indicate Indicate mdicate ¬
cate that itll Il be a record rcrd breaker brkeI Fifteen Fifteenthousand Fifteenthousand Irtel
thousand thoulnd pounds poundl of turkey 2000 20 pounds poundsof punda pundaof
of beef OC 10 crates crteR of celery clery 10 barrels brrll of ofcranberries orcnnbrrll ofcranberries
cnnbrrll cranberries 10 barrels brrl of potatoes ptatO 200 200cans 200cns 200cans
cans cns of milk mik 200 20 canes C18 of soft srt stuff stut 20 20barrels 20brls 20barrels
barrels brls of fruit frit and 5000 IO homemade homemde plea pleaform plo pleaform
form for the principal prlnolallngr ingredients Uent8 of this feast feaatMayorelect fet feastMayorelect I IMayorelet
Mayorelect Mayorelet McClellan Mclelan has ha been ben asked askedto alke
to make mke tho address ndre of welcome and tho thoelection thoelUon theelection
election district captains lptalns with wih Alderman AldermanLittle Aldermn AldermnUtle AldermanLittle
Little Utle Tim Tim Sullivan Sulan in command cmmnd will l act actas actas
as 18 waiters waitersThe walter waltersThe
The newsboys newFbo as usual ulual on Christmas Christmasnight Crltmal Christmasnight
night will wi be b the UI guests IUeRtl of William Wilam M MFllews M1lel MFhieuss
Fllews 1lel at the Brace Drc Memorial Mtmorlal Lodging Iidglnl
House 1ouI 14 New Xl Chambers Chaml > r street tlt The TheLittle TheLittle hu huLi
Little Li le Mothers Motherl 700 70 strong Itron will wi bo tho thoguests thogUltl theguests
guests gUltl of Frank Tilford THrorl nt nt tim West We t Side SideLyceum SidoLclm SideLyceumni
Lyceum Lclm Broadway Broadwa and Fiftysecond Fiftysecondstreet Fiftysecondstreet ICt Hcold HcoldRtJt
street RtJt In addition to the dinner dlnn r each eachguest I eachguest < ch ch1It
guest 1It will wi receive rpclu a lag I > K of presents prOHntR ns al she HheloeR siteleaves
loaves loeR the hall hallFrom hal hailFrom
From now on till ti New ew Yearn Yenr eve opeu opeuhouse opeihouse
house will wi be in order orler at the thl Bowery Dower Mission Missionand Missionand 1810n 1810nand
and each Ialh night n I dinner for homeless homelO men menwill mln mlnwil menwill
will wil IHI ht nerved re From 3ito 3 10 8 oclock oclok this thismorning thl thlmornln thismomnirut
morning mornln hot coffee colee and rolls roll will wi be begiven given to tomen tomen tomen
men who wlo have roamed rome tho streets Itrlt streetstil nil ni night nightat
at 0 I oclock oclok Christmas Chr tl baskets balklls will 1 be dis distributed dil tIlstributod ¬
tributed trbltr among nmol the loor x 001 > or and Ind at 2 oclock oclockthis oclockthi oclockhurt
this thi afternoon aCtfnon the poor children chidren of tho tht
East ERt Hide will wi be b entertained entertainedThere enteralnl entertainedlhiertu
There hre will wi bo Christmas ChrlHtmaf trees trl nt nearly nearlyall nlarhal nearlyall
all al the hospitals hOfplal1 which receive relht children chidnn as aswell uswel aswell
well wel ns small mal gifts IC for tho patients who are aretoo al altoo aretoo
too old lo know that there is II really nulh a I Santa SantaClaus HantaClau t4auutaClaus
Claus Nor or will wi the Immigrants ImmlgrntK at lt Ellis EllisIsland EIH EIHIllnnd EllisInland
Island Illnnd and the inmates of the Blackwolls DaclewdlH
Island institutions InHtltutonl itust itutions be b without their Christ Christmas ChriHtmal Ctirmstnuts ¬
nuts mal cheer cheerAmong cheerAmong
Among cler clerAmong tho other organizations organlrtolH engaged
in helping along the good work Ingajed tire Ht HtMarys Ht StMar38
Mars Lodging wtgln House the tht night II ht refugo
for friendless frllndl women womel the Florence Iorelc Crltten Crlttenton Crittenton
Crlten Crltenton
ton Mission lllon the Childrens Ch IdrenH Aid Society Helet Heletthe
the Young Mens Christian Chriltlal Association Associationthe
the Hospital Hotlilal Guild Culd the thtCharit Charity Organization Organi1ton Atclaton Atclatonthe
Society Hclcty the Peoples PfpleB University Univerlr Extension ExtluRion ExtluRion8clfI ExtemtsiomtSachet
Society 8clfI Sachet tho New York Flower Flowlr Mission tllon anti nndthe antithe
the Womans Womanl Christian lhrlttlal Temperance clplrnc Union ant
Elaborate musical mUllcl programmes programmli have
been bell arranged nrrlngld at most of tho churches churchesNotable churchesotablo clutarchuosNotable
Notable among nmon the service lerI1 will wi be b the thecelebration thecchthtmatlon
celebration hhrtion of pontifical pontfcal high hl h mass mal at 11 11oclock iioclock
oclock ocodl this thl morning 10ring in St Ht Patricks Cathe 1 ¬
dral dralIn drl dm1In
In alt ni the Roman Catholic Catholc churches churchl thcro thcrowill ther throwill
will 1 he a miniature miniatre Bethlehem Tethllhem picturing
the til nativity latlvl of thoChrist thoChrit child chid Tho Cathe Cathe Cathietlntl ¬ I Idml
dral hiss ha probably the largest and costliest costliestcrib costliestcrib
crib in New ew York It I Ills 11 the entire CHtet CHtetcrlb north northchapel northchapel northchapel
chapel and Ind is il in heroio horlo size Heachlng leachlng
to the ceiling llng IB I n I well wel executed oXlculed canvas canvasrepresenting canvasrprtng canvasrepmesemititig
representing rprtng the midnight heavens helens with withtho withtho withthe
tho bright star of Bethlehem shining Bhlnln in inthem Inthem
them The barren l > rren rocky land U Ii repro reprouented fpre fpresented repromiented
uented in natural material The stable I is IM
of rough ru h wood wood and tho mangers nro filled filledwith filledwith
with Ith straw Blrw and hay ha The figures fgurskof of which whichiv whicht whichthere
t here are eight lre are cBtl costly wuxwor waxworks waxworksis f fI
iv I LIE n roil rOi VIm ll1 wovur wovurNiibTtramiry 1tOL 1tOLSumbTrcasur on onNlhTrnRlr
NlhTrnRlr NiibTtramiry Couldnt Coullnt Close cOfr on Time 1mI So SoHrlsk SoIrllk Sohlrlk
Hrlsk Irllk Was > Va a the Demand DemandThe UemandTho DemnandThe
The United States StateI SubTreasury fuhTrNIur was wastilled wastilleth ar
tilled tlNI nearly ue3ll all ni yesterday yeterla with wih crowds crowdslooking lrowdslookllg crowdslooking
looking for new both In coin
lookllg nlwmoney money and nndnotes Ind Indnot andluotess
notes not for Christmas Chriltmal gifts girs Tho heaviest heaviestdemand hehlt hehltdemand lteavierttdentand
demand was for coin cin including IncludinJ gold silver silverand r1Jer r1Jerand silverand
and even tho smaller
Imaler money moneyMany monl moneyMany
Many Mal carriages rrlagIR drove dl up tub before tho Pine Pinostreet Pinestreet I IItrlot
street Itrlot door of the SubTreasury HubTrlRUr and the thooccupants theoccupants
occupants olupnta hastened into the old building buildingnnd huldln huldlnaud buildingand I
and wore seen In coming cminl out again agail with rolls rollsof rollsof
rols
of new ne bills hliR of large denominations dlnomllatonH At Ata Att I
3 t oclock ocock which Is the official oleul closing time timethere tie tiethero timetitan
there was wal waiting waitln to get into tIme thl coin cll dl dlvision dlviRion iiivisiona
vision a linnof Inoor people Pfplj which wound woundnIsut nlxiut houtlke houtlkea like likea
a coiled cllllrplnt serpent in the coin cin room rom itself 1181 and andoverflowed nndoerowo andoverflowed
overflowed into tho corridor
oerowo Int coridor extending extendingNo extendingalmoBt extendingalmost
almost 10 the Pine Rtrlt Street dor door ot the buid build
Ing IngXo
No estimate Itmate could culd be made of the thu amount amountof
of now nOl money IOl taken out yesterday rtrny hut butDeputy hutDeputy hutDeputy
Deputy Assistant Aflstant United Unite State Treasurer TreasurerMarlor Trolrer Trolrerlaror TreasurerManor
Manor said that more than 1000000
laror 8ld thn 1100 in innew Innlw innew
new nlw money had been bfn brought on from fromWashington fromWafhlnjton fromWashington
Washington Wafhlnjton within the last two weeks weks to tosupply toBupply tositpphy
supply the th holiday hol holnl holidaydemand holidaydemandheat demand demandUral
Ural nl Santa Chaos 1au Niftier Hlrdsf on View ViewThe Ir Iew IewThe
The Thl American Ameron Museum uReum of Natural Naturl His History Histr History ¬
tory tr has hal prepared Irlpnre a special splll exhibit exhibi for the theholidays theholdays theholidays
holidays holdays designed dOigne for children chidren It I is II a aSiberian 1 aSiberian
Siberian HlblrlRn reindeer reinder sledge IIOg drown by rein reindeer reinder reindeter ¬
deer der and accompanied acmpnie by Siberians Rlbtrlnl dressed dressedin drC
in the thf costume cllume of the country cutry also alR a Green Greenland Orn Ornland ireenland ¬
land Esquimau Fulal dog sledge drge fully tuly equipped euippe
They Tey are in the te main mai hall hU
I
Ttferry 9erry Christmas ChristmasToday
Today the Slegel Sleg l Cooper Store looks loks back over overyear a ayear aI
year ear of unparalleled unparaleled progress and It t Is fitting fting that hat we weshould weshould weshould
I should thank our loyal arid ant faithful friends the great greatshopping greatI greatshopping
I ahopplngpublc shopping public for fo the cordial support accorded accrded us We Wealso Wealso Ve Vealso
also thank tHink our many employees for their earnest co cooperation cooperation cooperation ¬
operation operationOur
Our apology apoosy to you if I any anyone one of us failed faied in our ourefforts oureffortsto oureffortsto
efforts effortsto to please you We are human you know and will willcheerfully wi willcheerlully
I cheerfully cheerfuly correct any shortcoming that you may 00 bring to toour toour toour
our attention attentionWith ntentlon ntentlonWith tittentlonWith
With these expressions permit us to wish you all al a avery avery avery
very Merry Christmas ChristmasTOE6IGSTOPE ChristmasS ChristmasThh
TOE6IGSTOPE Thh STORE ACnYINfTSELF ACnYINfTSELFSIXTH AChY UI ITSElf
S 5IEGuoPER ITSElf5IEGuoPER
SIXTH SIH IXTHAVE AVE AV iunuuirereress 1619STh
CHRISTMASTOHTHEHEBREWS CHRISTMASTOHTHEHEBREWSTHE CHRISTMAS WITH THE HEBREWS HEBREWSTil
THE Til rorvo OtJ O AMKUICAX AJIWI AM 1lfIC4 N nitoon nitoonUECLIXE Jllm Jllmmwu 118011JiELlE
UECLIXE mwu TO HE LEFT ItT OlTEven OlT OlTIln ItTEveut
Even More Than In England 1IIlani anti ant the Sean Scantlnnlan Seanttlflaihan
Iln
1 In InIhe Inthe Inhue
ilinavlan tlnnlan Peninsula Ilo They Till The Share
hue Social olal Jollity Jolt ot the Occasion OccasionTlioutli Oec8loo Oec8looThoUSl1 OcealionThough
Though the the Elder Shake Shakl Their Heads HeadsThere neadRTere headsThere
wedding last night In one of ofthe orthe ofthe
There was a nigh
wal I weding
the Tere synagogues that dot the lower East Elt Side Sideby Sideuy Sideby
by hundreds hundn1s The crowd crowdwas was I a just leaving leavingthe leavinghe leavingthe
the he place when this conversation cnerston was WIS over overheard overheard overheard ¬
heard between a young man and a 1 young youngwoman youngwoman youngwonian
woman who tarried on tho sidewalk ridewalk to ex exchange exchange oxchange ¬
change a I handshake handlhako and nd a greeting greetingMerry greetingMerry rotlng rotlngIerr
Merry Ierr Christmas Clr8luas said tho young olng man manSame mnn8mo manSmimne
Same 8mo to you Oth und ald many of them re replied repled replied ¬
plied pled the girl smiling smilingThe Hmlng HmlngThe smilingThe
The young oung man caught tho smile smie and re reflected rcftted refiected ¬
flected it It Then hpn he grow suddenly luddlnly earnest earnestBut eameRtMEut earnestBut
ftted MEut But its awful Iwrul to nay lay thesa thll things right righthere rl righithere ht hthere
here he ht gasped gaRp Just think if the rabbi rabbiheard rabbihenrd rabbihumid
heard it itThat I itFhuat M Mhat
That hat would be terrible the young youngwoman youngwoman youngwoman
woman said air throwing a glance glanc of momen momentary momentry monurntary ¬
tary try anxiety anxety over her shoulder But he hedidnt hedldnt liedidnt
didnt didntThen dldntThrn didntFhuen
Then Thrn in a reassuring reas urlng tone and with wih a aroguish nrogul aroguish
roguish rogul h look And Im Im sure neither neiher of us usmeant tl tlmeant usmeant
meant anything wrong wrongLaughing wrongLughing wrongLaughing
Laughing Lughing merrily merriy they walked > down the thestreet theItrt thestreet
street Itrt together togetherThese tgether tgetherThee togetherihese
These Thee two were not the only ones onll of their theirfaith theirfaUlt I Ifaith
faith who unwittingly unwltlngl almost lm0t but ut not un unwillingly unwilngly Unwillingly ¬
willingly wilngly employed employe tho phraseology phra8ology of the theseason theIea theseason
season Iea sn The phenomenon has long ago agobeen agoben agobeen
been ben observed oblerR > In England Eng nd and the Scandi Scandinavian Sandl Sandlnaian Scandhnavian ¬
navian kingdoms Itngdoms where wher the social scial and andpolitical andpltcl andpolitical
political pltcl position ptlton of thosS th061 who confess CnClA the theHebrew th6Hobrew theHebrew
Hebrew faith is equal to that of the Chris Christians Chrlstan Chrishans ¬
hans but no novhere tiowhome whore on aucli a scale 8le as here herein hereIn hereiii
tan in America Americ and especially in this city cityLongbearded cit citLongbearded cityLoiugbearded
Longbearded and epcaly highly hl hly orthodox grand grandfathers grad gradfatwr grandfathers ¬
fathers who still Bti nouish memories memorll of per perl pr prHecutona perseoutlons
seoutlons fatwr l o I by Christiats Utlr j nnrrnannnHlncr corresponding too toooften tooofen toooften
Hecutona often with the clrIAta latters latera cele celetime celebraton celebration of the thetme thetime
time ofen of universal unlvelal peace and good will willwhich wl willwhich
tme which drove them away awa pace from their native nativehearths ntve ntvehearth nativeheartha
hearths shocked beyond expression expressionby
are shoke byond eprlon
by b hearth hearing berln from frm toddling tdln Englishprat Englishpratpreeenti Engllhprat Engllhprattllnl Enghishprattling I
tllnl tling granNcbldren grandchildren reuh requests for ChrBtma ChrBtmaprenh Christmas Christmaspresents
preeenti And the situation is not Im Improved i tinproved ¬
sltuton
prenh proved when the remonstrating rmontraUng elder w wtold II IItld is istold
told prove tld that he U i the only one of the family ramly who whohas whohI whohas
has failed to observe obire the civilities chItC of the theseason theRlaOn theReason
hI
season RlaOn faie Tho Christmas tree tre of tho East EastSide Et EtSide EastSide
Side is 1 not a whit inferior in attractiveness attractivenessto atractenC
to that found in tho Christian Chrltan district districtJewish dI6trlctJewlh districtsJewish
Jewish leaders leader are well wel aware aWlre of these thesefact thle thlefac thesefacts
fact and few arc worried worrie by them They Theyfeel Th Thfel Theyfeel >
feel fac fel that religion rlgion and religious rlgloul feeling fPlng are arewholly arewholy arewholly
wholly apart from the matter The Jews JewsUl JewI JewIoC Jewsof
wholy mater
aprt York In perfect and andunderstanding andunderstandIng
Ul oC New 1U T 1UIJI 111111ft Iin living prfot 7 peace j junderstanding
understanding with their Christian Chrl tln pnc neigh neighbors nellh nellhbol nei0hiborn ¬
born bol are adopting Christmas Chrlstml a M a social socialfestival sOCal sOCalfesUml soctulfestival
ndoptn
festival just as E they have adopted adop d the thoFourth theFourth thinFourth
Fourth of July and Thanksgiving Day Daywhich Dayhl DayIbis
Ibis year the Jewish feast of Chlnnakah Chlnnakahwhich Chtinnakah Chtinnakahwhich
which hl commemorates 011 er oratl thefitnigglesandflnal thefitnigglesandflnaltriumphs the strugglel struggles and fnal fnaltrumphR final finaltriuniplis
triumphs trumphR of the Maccabees llcabls and which whichis whichIt
is It observed ol in pretty much the same Bnml spirit spiritof spiritor
of cheer erYe and mutual lutua pretr felicitation felcitaton that thlt char characterizes characterze characterizes ¬
acterizes acterze the Christian Chrftan feast fOt occurs ocur almost almostsimultaneously alm0t alm0tIlmultanouly almostsimttltaneourtly
simultaneously Ilmultanouly with wih the latter latterI later laterI
I know knowof of many Christmas hrtmM celebrations celebrationsamong cllehratons cllehratonsamong celebrationsamong
among my people said Bernard Brnard G Rich Richards Ich Ichards lllchuanus ¬
poplc
ards tho author of Discourses DAOUII of Kei Keidansky Keldalky Keidanaky
dansky dalky MIl Itt spite pie of tho sighs and head headshakings headshaklnK headshiakings
shakings of the old people l > ple the young vounJ ones onesare onl onlare onesare
are happy nbout till t this II time tme Tho season seasonlias seaon seaonhn seasonliars
liars hn no religious relglouH signification sl ntncnncn to them of ofcourse orcotrlt ofcourse
course cotrlt but they share with their neigh neighbors neghUr neIghhors ¬
hors Ur in II thin enjoyment of a 1 holiday holday In Insending In11ldll Ittstndimig
sending 11ldll out ChriMmus Chrutmus presents rlent Christians Christiansoften Christall Christalloften Chiristiarusoften
often include Hebrew Hebn friends and these thesereciprocate thle thlereiproate thesereciprocate
reciprocate reiproate Thus Thul the t he graceful racCul custom customof
of gift giving is il is extending naturally naturallyamong naturalv naturalvamon naturallyamong
among amon the Hebrews Hebrewl themselves so that thatby thatby
by this tune It has become a regular mail Institution mailtutlon ¬
tution among the people of my faith in tills tillscountry thiscountry
country
A prominent East Broadway merchant merchantsaid merchantsail
said yesterday We Vo find ourselves In Ina ina
a rather peculiar situation It Is needless needlessto
to say that Christmas has no religious religiousmeaning religiousmuieamiing
meaning to us yet It is is being celebrated celebratedall
all around us Business is suspended OH OHgenerally asgenerally
generally among us as among our Chris Christian Christinit ¬
tian competitors Of course tho truly trulyorthodox trulyorthodox
orthodox and the old people In general generallook generalhook
look with sorrow nt this but the young youngpeoplo youngpeople
people go ahead just thin same an young youngpeoplo youngpeople
people will It should not be thought thoughthioivoser
however hioivoser that there is any inclination inclinationtoward inclInationtoward
toward another faith among them They Theyeelehrnte Theycelebrate
celebrate the day simply because they theywinh theywish
wish to do as others do doFLOCK doFLOCh
FLOCK HOME l10i E FOIl CHRISTMAS CHRISTMASliuiirnid S SiiuiirotI
liuiirnid si Mcmi en Report a Heoord Ilreaklnr
Outbound Traffic TrafficTho TrameThe
The rush to got out of town on the day daypreceding daypreceding
preceding n holiday wo was greater yesterday yesterdaythan yesterdaytitan
than ever before on Christmas eve the therailroad thinrailroad
railroad men say Through trains from fromtho fromthin
thin Grand Control Station went out In two twosections twosections
sections yesterday and there were seats seatsfor seatsfor
for all tim no travellers Extra cars were wereput wereput
put on each train on the Harlem division divisionnnd divisionanti
anti on the New York and New Haven Havenroad Havenroad
road
AttVAMES tl FIlfKWKV FIlfKWKVI FI8E11NVottuuttlssloner
I CommlMlnnrr Ntnrlfi Make a Record hot hotof hotof
of Promotions PromotionsFiro PronmotionaFiro
Firo Commissioner Sturglt decided yes yesterday ycsterday ¬
terday that he would give a Christmas Christmaspresent Christmaspresent
present to some of thin firemen that would wouldcauso vouldcause
cause them to remember him after he heloft hunleft
loft office no he promoted seventyone of ofthe ofthe
the men to the next highest grade gradeHenry gradeHenry
Henry J Lunny of Engltw 1ninii 02 o Chnrlen F FMcOuire I IMcGuire
McGuire of Engine 3 and William P Bowen Bowenof
of Engine 89 5t were raised from assistant
foremen to foremen foremenThe foremenThe
The Commissioner promoted fortyfour
firemen to l 1st > o assistant foremen anti nndtwentyfour antitwentyfour
twentyfour to bo engineers It was said saidIJtirsI
thatthL wait thte largest number of nien nienover
over promoted in one batch in the depart departmerit
merit
IJtirsI tieat Taken III at Mm French FrenchMiss FrenItMiss
Miss Elllo Bosher of Richmond Vn a Is Isill isill
ill with typhoid fever In Miss A L Alstons Alstonsprivate Alstonspriaie
private sanitarium In West cst Sixtyfirst Sixtyfirststreet Sixtyfirststreet
street It was sold last evening that she shewas shinwas
was on the rortd to recovery She camn camnton
beret several weeks ao to vimit Mrs S liar
ton French of 15 ttest test Fiftyfirst street streetand streetand
and she was taken ill at Mrs Frenchs 1 home
Her father Robert 8 Bother and her hermother hermother
mother have como on oni
i
To the Head of the the1Family the1FamilyWe Family FamilyWe
We wont bother you with withShop withShop
Shop Talk today todayWell todayWell
Well only wish you as Merry Merrya
a Christmas as possible under underthe underthe
the circumstances circumstancesWe
We will be open tomorrow tomorrowHackett tomorrowHackett
Hackett Carhart Co CoThrre CoThree
Three f S41 < 4l Corner Thirteenth Strett StrettBraodwiy 3trestBrodway
Braodwiy 4 410 Comer COFfl Canal Street StreetStore StreetStore
Store I 165 a6 Near Ciumben Street StreetOnly StreetOnly
Only Three Days DaysChicago DaysChicago
Chicago ChicagoToCALIFORNIA ChicagoToCALIFORNIA
ToCALIFORNIA ToCALIFORNIAvia ToCALIFORNIAUNION
via viaUNION
UNION PACIFIC PACIFICand
and andSOUTHERN andSOUTHERN
SOUTHERN PACIFIC PACIFICon
on onTlm
Tlm Th Overland Limited LimitedEleotrlo
Electric Ughted Ughtedfn Ll ht d dNo
fn SmoothMt SmoothMtRoadbed SrnoothtTrain
Train Roadbed RoadbedNo
No NoDetours No Nochange NochangeDetours change changeTha
Detours + I of care carea
a I 51CT05 51CT05The ipt
The Overland Route all the way
287 BROADWAYNEW BROADWAY NEW YORK CITY CITYR
R TENBROECK 0 E A ACROWDED ACROWDED
CROWDED CHRISTMAS STREETS STREETSRIG
RIG An GOOlt NATURED CROWDS CROWDSix
ix THE ShOPPING DISTRICT DISTRICTStreet DISTRICTStreet
Street Vrmleri and Open Stores Cater to tothe toOtto
the Eleventh Hour Hnyert IlnyeraPawn IlnyeraPawnbrokers Pawn Pawnbroker ¬
broker iiuoy lies Helping Ont the East EastSide FAstSIthethIuimtIghit
Side SIthethIuimtIghit tllUnlBht Church Seniors SrrvlrrtTlie SeniorsThe
The streets of New York were full of oflight oflight
light hearted laughing people last night nightUnmindful nightUnmindful
Unmindful of the drizzling rain and high highwinds highwinds
winds good nnttired crowds jostled one onflanother oneanother
another in tho thueWest West Side shopping districts districtsIn
In the not hoes crowded thoroughfares east eastof eastof
of Fifth avenue and aa for down aa con congested congested ¬
gested Mulberry Bend BendAlong BendAlong
Along Sixth avenue some of the large largestores largestores
stores reported the largest business they theyhad theyhad
had ever shown Twentythird and Four Fourteenth Fourtcenth ¬
teenth streets too were human bee beehives beehIves ¬
hives and the care were packed to the thodoors thedoors
doors Along the edge of thin side sidewalks lde ldewalks
walks stood pushcarts laden with cheap cheapcandies cheapcandies
candies oranges pictures calendars and andmore andmore
more useful household articleswhile the von venders vondors ¬
ders cried their wares in loud voices and andsold andsold
sold thorn without wrappers Little Italy Italyand Itaband
and Mulberry Bend Invaded a number of oftho ofthin
thin West Side uptown streets and when whenat whenat
at a hate hour the crowds began to thin thintho thinthin
thin carts were empty
A silver purse and chain chainsilver silver pur purand ptira ptiraand
and chain chiaimtall all for 15 cents cried one of oftho ofthin
thin venders and hundreds of little girls girlsand girlsand
and bin ones too were buyers buyersTho buyerslhe
Tho busiest shopkeepers in some part partof parts partsof
of town last night were the pawnbrokers pawnbroltersMothers pawnbrokersMothers
Mothers with large broods of little ones onesurtd oneamtd
urtd slender purses fathers sisters and nndsweethearts andsweethearts
sweethearts all with the Yuletide spirit spiritstrong spiritstrong
strong passed tinder the three balls and nndleft andheft
left Homo trinket trinketTo trinketTo
To the thousands of children who were werecarrieduround werecarrmedumnund
carrieduround in tow by mother rela relatives relatives ¬
tives or friends the night was ono of un unalloyed tmnalloyed ¬
alloyed happiness Tho big live Santa SanUClauses SantaClauses
Clauses in the windows were realizations of oftheir oftheir
their roost wonderful dreams dreaiimIn
In ono of tho larger East Side store htnrra >
a little fellow about 0 I became seiiinitl seiiinitlfrom se sefrom
from hi his mother and stood gazing In n wen wendor wetder
dor nt tho counter on which were wartNohts pllH pllHNoahs
Noahs orkn tool chests choochoo car runt aiilengines runtetigbies
engines Oh Oh Jimniio I thoucH I hii hiiBhorcly liiiuorely
Bhorcly lost yoiiKo CUSC said the mother wli wlishe whit whitshe
she finally located the youngster Xn Xnvou N Nvotm
vou jest filing on to mydre my dress s or youll g glOKt
lost
th Oh ma cried time lx boy > y please lose Mir MirIn ritein
In here hereMidnight hiemeMidnight
Midnight services were held in nil t tCatholic hCttthiol
Catholic Ic amid nomuof morn e of thin Episcopal chiuvl chiuvlRepresentatives clot ni niReprertttitntItsu
Representatives of all denomination denominationat w witt <
at thcso t services The nuihk ami H Hlavish I Ilavish
lavish decorations In thin Koman Call Callchiurchits atl atlchurches
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