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A t IMrdcrd lltdll Delegation D ltlton to Chicago Chl lo U w wM Wtl We Weiii
M I the thl Albany Alhn Committee Cmmltt to toIlUruisnl I IIPIpNusttt4Jlflellior
IlUruisnl lrlllcfor IPIpNusttt4Jlflellior Governor Said to 0 De N Nlied Ntt Ne Nefled
lied by b the Call CIthe czUOther Other Nettles Nttin Ti Tilie To ToHepublr41 To ToptiIIkans
lie Hepublr41 publicans down cown this thL way did not no a ato ce cato
to credit yesterday fwrdy report1 rprt tram Alba Albato Albny Albanto
to th the efTect efect that Oov Oo Odell Odel wan wa nettl nettlbecause ntled ntled1rluIe nettIhcaue
because 1rluIe Senator Snnlor Plott had Invited Inylt hi hinlonj hi hidng
nlonj 000 with ith forty or fifty ffty othor othlr Republlcoj Republlcojfrom
from Hbovo HnVO tho city line ln to t como cmo comoto to t No NoVnrk Now NowYok Noitk
Vnrk Yok itk city cty at their thtlr oonvonlenco onvenlrnc and dUcu dUcuthe dlacuithe dLuM dLuMIht
the Iht Hituntlon I1ultlon iiuictI In tho Btoto and the prospcc prospccfor propefor
for nwt nJt year before oforo Henotor fntor Platt Plat retun retunto retur
to Washington on Jan 4 Rcpresentatl RcpresentatlIitlauer Iprentat ReprcaentatI1itticuvr
Iitlauer Iilutr who i 1io Is fncotlounly facotou ly npokcn fpkcn of ofc i iiov a8 a8OO
OO iov c Odelli Odell wardmari turned up in No NoYork New NewYork N NYork
York city ciy yesterday yrterday and said alc aid a fow thlni thlnito thn thnto
to the effectthat Iftct cffcct that Oov ov Odoll Odel was alroac alroactin already alreadythl alreadthe
tin acknowledged Republican R puhlcn boss beof bc of th thStflte th4tatf thA thAHtltt
Stflte Htltt and ono on or two more of Oov Odell OdellLfituds OdtI Odelltisida
Lfituds said aid tho same sameIt lame lameIt sameit
It wa w A ascertained crlnf that Senator Seltor Plat Plalh Plat Plathtd
h ha htd d Mnt an his invltutlonn Imlalonl to Republican Republicanwho Rpublls Rpubllswho
who aro ar am supposed lupplec to he friendly frendly to bot botihn bth bthth botth
ihn th Senator tfnator and the Governor Ooveror Some Sometho Sme Somotim of oftho <
tho Republicans HEpuhlcUM who have been htln invltr invltrto Invltodto
to t meet mN1 Senator Stnatr Platt Plt are It was Wa wa wapakcr fallSpeaker fall MidSp
Speaker Sp Hkcr 8 Frederick Freerick Nixon Ixon of Chautauqui ChautauquiAf ChautauquItaifl hutauqua hutauquaIitant
Af lst Iitant nt Treasurer Trasurer Hamilton Hllton Fish Flh of Put Ptrturn Puttm Puttt4m
turn tm Collector Clecor Stranahan Strnhan of Oawego Ol egoex egoexSntor e eSenator eSenator >
Senator Sntor Timothy E Ellsworth 1swrth of NiaganTimothy Niagan NiagamImoty NiagarirImoy
Timothy Imoty L Woodruff Wodrt of Kings Col Oeorg OeorgW OlrgA OlrgAW
W Dunn of Eroome Louis Luis F Payn tColumbia of ofClumbi t cCilimbL
Columbia Clumbi William Wilam Barnes Barnt Jr of Alban AlbaneiSenator Alby AlbyStltor AlbaneSeritor
eiSenator Stltor Hobart Hobar Knim of f Scoharit ScohariteiOov Sharlo SeoharipIV
eiOov 1 Frank S Black Back of Renseelaet RenseelaetHeprMentatlves Renf8ellr Renf8ellrltpnfntatvE RenseelaerIteprcentative
HeprMentatlves ltpnfntatvE George Oeoge W Dwight c cTompkins or orrompkiM cTompkina
Tompkins and De Alva S Alexander Aloxnder c cKrie 01 01Erie aErie
Erie Kronnis Hendricks Hfndrcks of Onondaga Onondagiof Onondga OnondgaTom OnondagaTorn
Tom Whfelpr heprof of Oneida Oorgf Oeorgn W Aldridg Aldridgof Aldrldl
of Monroe Ionrl William Wilam C Warren Wnrn and Post Postmaster PoR Posemaptr
master maMrr Greiner Oreln r of Erie Jameet Jaml Jam S Whippl Whipplnf
nf r Cattaraugus CuttaruRuI exHepro exIepIntUve ex1tcpjentatiye ontatlve Wllllai WllllaiL Wllm WllmL
L Ward of Westcheoter WftehCter Frederick Frerio T TKilburn DKlhur I Ihilhiru
Kilburn Klhur of Franklin Frankli IBBOO I8 V Baker Bker o oWashington oWahIngton of ofW8hln
Washington W8hln ton William Wiiam Worden Wordtn of Karatogi KaratogiCi Sartogi
Ci e C D H I Hanbrouck Hlbruck of Ulster Ulter Edwin A ABond ARom ABond
Bond and Edward dwar N Smith of JerYentot JerYentotSenator Jereln Jerelnnalor JetfersonScnator
Senator nalor anc George Gtre U Malby of St Jjttwroric Jjttwroricand IAwrrce IAwrrceAnd iwrrncand
and Senator Snator John Halncn Halnt of Canandaiguu CanandaiguuIt Cadalgu
It I ha hat has been bn announced anrolno for some me lira lirathnt Uml timthat
that three thrte of the four delegates delegatO at large largto larget Iargto
to t bo b named by tho State convention cnventon whic whicU which whichIs whicilb
U to assemble afmble namt in April Aprl to t the National Natloll Con Conventlon Cannton Convntlon
ventlon at Chicago will wi bo 0 Senator Snator Plajlftenator PlaIt PlaItflnator PI PIFqrator
ftenator flnator nton Depew Dpe and Thy Odell Odl and tha thahe that thatthe thaiho
the he fourth man mn has hal 4iot tot been bn soleoted slrted a ayet I ayet
yet The discussions difullonl with tho to visltln visltlnKcpublicaw YIsllng YIsllngJcpublca vlsltlnjJtcpublkan
Jcpublca Kcpublicaw it wan Wi raid Ildl will 1 include Inlude th thmakeup the themakup thmakeui
makeup of Speaker Mxons Nixon AMerabl AMerablfommittees Asemblnmmltts Ambly Amblymmltts
fommittees prospective legislation legiflRton at Albnny Al Afbnny i
mmltts propcllo
bIV bnny and the general situation fluaton In th thState the theState tbState
State which at the present prent moment moment I Inot II Innt
not in the opinion of most mot Republicans Republicansparticularly RepuhHcanRparticularly Repuhiicanparticularly
particularly happy The severe 1ero lepislalion lepisla Itvlsla ItvlslaICn hvlcla1km
lion 1km ICn which the to Htpublcn Kepublican Legislature Legislaturehave LegiNtati1Fehave
have directed toward towar the thl cities cllt of the fir firnnd frt frtAnd t1rand
And second fnd dlrftt cond class claS within the lost llt half dozei dozeirears dozn doznal dozeivpara
has ha admitted tended t tincrease to toICrl41 tincrease <
rears al hl It Is II admltl by some me tnde
increase ICrl41 the Democratic DlmocraUo vote vot In those to cltiee cltieeand cltleand cUE
and ald some Emo Republicans Republcs are very et sceptics scepticsof cptcl cptclof
of any healthful results IUll coming out of an anreorganization any anytrganlzlton anzorganization
reorganization trganlzlton healhful which Gov cmng Odell Odel baa ha al already alwly atrsatiy
ready wly undertaken undertakenThe
undprkpn undprkpnT
The T subject suhjet of Congress Congr delegates to b belected be bef1Etf Inelected <
f1Etf elected to tho national natonal convention will willundoubtedly wi willandouhtedIy
undoubtedly come cme in for a good deal ol oldiscussion of ofCIAlllon 01disousion
discussion CIAlllon at tho conference confern Several Stral Re Republicans Republcans Republicans
publcans publicans who discussed dlsll this matter mt r yes yestfonal yel yelmlay yeiterday
mlay Mid that thtY they wtr were yer very muchpp0Ned much muchoppm
oppm pp0Ned ed to a unit united deltgatlon delegation t to the 1 cia ciationat
tfonal lonol convention cnventon < pledged pltge fo foRoosevelt for Prsident PrsidentJ Preaident PreaidentRooAeveIt
Roosevelt while others othel believed hploI and so o ex expressed IX IXpr cxpreiaed
J vel
pressed themselves thelhll that the Preslden PresldenHhould Prsident PrsidentHhowd PreMdentHhould
Hhould pr have hav a solid delegation pledged pledge t thim to tohim thim <
I sld dtIflatlon
him from frm his own State Ilt This ThIl will vI b bthoroughly b be bethoroughly
thorughly thoroughly threshed Ihrhe out in the go as u you youplease youple8 youpleMs
please discussions which Senator Platt PlattM PlattIt
ple8 d < u8lon Snator
M It to havoVlth the tholsltllg visiting Republicans RepublicansIt Rpublcan
It I waa 1 too to early it won WI sold 8d to talk tk about aboucandidate aboutcandidates abut abutI
candidate cndldateJ for or the Republican Republca State Slat ticket ticketfurntan tckot tckotal
I although It h has bn been id said tht that the riht right 10 10furl tofurnIsh
al hugh
furnIsh furl h the candidate cndidat for Governor remor will willbe wi wiltho
be claimed clnme hy h thc tl Republicans Rpublca from frm the thewestern tbeWI thewestern
western counties countiesAfter countIesAfter countiel
WI After all that was WI said yesterday Yteay by nl nlhorts al alls0rt
horts Irll Arer of al Republicans Rtpublcl In discussing lsclring Senator SenatoiPlaits 8ntor 8ntor1latt Senatorllatts
Plaits invitations iniltons to the th upSstnto up Hstnlt Republl Republlcans Rpubl RepublilIflC
cans at tliU time it it was wal recalled fII that thattor Sena Senator Senafor ¬
tor rnl Platt OIl for tml many years tr had issued i u1 sim similar Ilm Ilmlor simliar ¬
liar invitations to tothe the Republicans HIpublc to conn conndown cme cmelow con conclown
down lor Invlatols and eee 8O ee him in holiday holdy week befon befonthe beore beoreIh beforctheLeglsiaturc
low the Legislature Ih L anc lllturo convened cOened Theno Tt hse Republl Republlruns Hepubl
runs went tOI oti to KIV that even eve though Goy Govi OOVfel GoyOdell
runl N
Odell had roturried from Walhlnglon Washington and andin andin
fel in i his pronunclnmentos roturrf left lef no other ote d ddiiction do doIIIcton do doiluctlon
diiction than that he had assumed the te bo boahip bohlp bosh boshhlp
ahip IIIcton hlp of tho Republican Rfpublcn party prtv aAu1 in i the te State StateSenator Sttt Statenator
Senator nator Piatt still felt that he was doing dolnsbtisinpsa do do11lln118 doingltalnPsR
btisinpsa Sator Pait At thu sti rmno old stand tnd and that tlutSenator thatSnltor thtSnttor
11lln118 Senator Phtts followers In the State Stle would wouldhave woud woudIia woidhave
have Iia Snltor ve been bt > Phtl n very er folowprH much grieved rove hod Iw he not notipnt fot fotnt ot otnt
ipnt nt out his usual holiday Invitation InvitationOf Invitton InvittonOf
hol n
Of course urce tnero were friends of Senator SenotorPlatt Senatorllatt nator nator1lalt
Platt onurlf around who said Nld aId this thjsand and friendof friendofGov fried friendofjoy of ofov
joy ov lOilell wero on deck dek who did not heel iesitato hll hllInleto heeltate
tate Inleto to 0011 declare that Gov Odell OIU and nd his hisfriends bl blafriende
friends were dEwre inimical Inlmlrl tat to Senator ntor Plntt PftS PftSllrthpr Platte Plattetrther s slurther
lurther lendership I derfhlp and that Senator Sl1tor Platt Plattimd PlattHnd Plattintl
imd his friends frlendl were quite quie aware of 0 this thisattitude thl thleattitude
attitude Tho Senators Sentors friends friN R wcr were say sayIng MYIng saying
Ing atttude that it was time that ho started Itlre In to tlet tlettt tolot tolotIt lot lotit
it be known to tml the Republicans Rpublcrt of the thoState thetate thestate
lf te
State tate that Gov Odell Odel and his followers foMowerewould folower folowerwould followersvould
would not be permitted to massacro ma8c every everyfriend evr everyfriend
friend frllnd Senator nator penltl Platt had made dimnj dup the Uieyears to tojUI theyears
in the theState thelte theState
years he was as building up the party
jUI buidig prty
State lte and electing > Morton Black Roose Roosevelt RI RIvel Rooseveit ¬
velt and Odell Odel elltnl Governors Goverorll and capturing capturingcontrol mptulg mptulgrntrol pturlngrortroI
control rntrol of both hou houlsat houses at Albany AlbanyRepublicans Alony AlonyRepublcD AlbanyRepublicans <
Republicans who talked talko with wth Senator SenatorPlatt SenatorPlatt SenatorPlatt
Platt RepublcD said that he had hld given the Republican Republicanfituatlonln RIublcn RIublcnitu4110n UepuhiicanituatIon
fituatlonln itu4110n fn tho State Stae much consideration conmderatlonof conl erton ertonfit
of If late Ite and that he thought It tlrnfl tlfl that the thoprospects theprps thepropccte
prospects of the party next ext ver yer should shouldbo shouldIhoroughly shouldho
bo prps thoroughly gone pry over Some Ropubli RopubliOrtell Rpubl Repuhilian4ld
ian4ld Mld not hesltlo hesitate to fY say thatsino thateince Oov OovOell OovOdeli
Ortell had assumed tho hossshtp bOfblpof of the theHtate theille theState
State Oell hac many a6umo Republicans HtpnhUcnlhA had been weaned weanedfrom wene weanedfrom
from ille their allegiance because they did not notlieliavn notbelieve ot otIllen
believe Illen that oleglno tho Governor Goveror b wgs 88 the right rightroan rght rghtrMn rightman
roan to lead the party
Gov Go Odclls le friends frllnd6 pry recalled rle that when whenhn whenI whenlie
hn assumed n Odels tho bossshlp of ofthe the State he Jieaiwo hefald hetalc
I lmed bffhlp
talc that he wu compelled 10 do 80 b be benth4
nul < aiwo tht ns n ho said WI at cmple the time tme I found foud that thatmy tht thtInr thatmy
behind Oov OY Odell B Bfriends afriends
my future was all ni bhin mo Odels OdelsfrwndR
a that he was > a areal aral
friends then went on to say 8Y tht wa I IrMI
real live candidate for renomination renominton for forGovernor forColprnor forGOVPror
Governor Colprnor cndldlt next year ror because bcuse hto hl friends friendsli frends frendsIpl friendalelieved
li lelieved llev l that only by his hl renomination renominationnnd rtnomlMtion rtnomlMtionnnd
Ipl thI by
nnd vt reelection rcltton could culd he maintain maintin what whatorno wht whtorne whatPorno
is his very pre precarious preearlous ¬
Porno Republicans say 8Y er pn pnrOU8
carious position in the Republican Roublcn party partyof prty prtyof partyof
of rOU8 the State Sllw psiton That Tht he really rly Is 1 a candidate candidatefor cdidte cdidtefor
for renomination next year one of hw hwpersonal hi hiaPersannifrienda
personal Persannifrienda renominton friends who who is Itautborl7 authorized yer toepeak toepeakfor tp k kfor
for IM1rhmd him hm baa h8ifone Informed Republicans Rpublca in inWashington I inWashington
Washington WashingtonCACSE WMhingo WMhingotAn WashingtonAfSf
Mr 1r r Hardwtcke Hrlckl San S He le Dirt Not ot Astlfn an anExclusive anExciushe n nEcluhe
Exclusive Ecluhe One OneFormer OatFoner OneFormer
Former Foner Assistant District Distrct Attorney Attrey Hard Hardicke Hr RardickoMId
> icke lckoMld paid yesterday elteray thai tha THE Til SUNS SUS state statement Itate Itatement statemeat ¬
ment of Wednesday WfnEday morning moring to the effect effectthnt elet eletIhnt effectthat
that he had told tld Recorder Goff Gt that the theFrench tbeFrnc thern
French Frnc rn Revolution Rvoluton was caused cauld by tho fact factthat factthatj fat fatthat
that that the te French Frnch nobility nohll were wfr allowed alowed to tocarry toarr tocarry
carry arr arms all and Bd that In the peasantry ptr wore worenot wlr wereflit
not was incorrect incorrectI
11 1 said H incrt it was one of the causes caul W said saidMr saidMr d dMr
Mr Hardwicko ri I afco A said that tat Section Ston StonM Sectionof
356 M of the Penal Pena Code Cde provides that a person personaccused pefn pefnICF1 personRCU4cI
accused ICF1 of o felony felon U entitled ttUe to t ha > e present presentat Prt Prtntal
at all stages of his trial tri before befor the court courtMy our urt urti
My ntal i Iy client t0 was U not called cle ta In when the Jury Jurycame JuryCame Juryce
came in for special instructions Initrctonl I main maintained maintllno maintaInc ¬
ce tained tllno taInc that tIm spei defendant defencat was wa entitled entte to toanew < o oa
tat W WIr
a 0 anew new trial I on this i8 ground groundMr
Mr Ir Hordwlckes HlwlckeI ra t client olent was a sent Pnt to t the thepenitentiary te teplllrntlr thepeciltrntiary
penitentiary plllrntlr for iiix Iix ix months nionthl for carrying carryingconcealed carryingY1icealed rg rgCncec
concealed weapon weaponCITY w xis xisdy
Cncec pM pMCIT
Katinj Inl the Construction Company compy From FromTsxes FromTci Fom FomTu
Tsxes Tu on Its 11 Fewer Ppr House Houe Plant PlantThe PlantThe
The 111 Rapid Rpid Tmnrit Tmn t Subway Sulway Construction Constructionfororary Cnstrcion Cnstrcionflpuy ConstructionoIaary
fororary flpuy oIaary transferred tran fred yesterday yestery to the theflty thei theIty
flty Ity i tho plot of land lnd running Mlnlng east et from fromSeventh fromIevenCh frm frmFenm
Seventh Fenm tlio h avenue to t the Harlem Hrlem River Rlvfr be betwoen t hetWr3n
twoen litth 14th and 150th lrh streets trt This 11 plot plotthe plotIh plotthe
the Ih construction on6trclon company bought bught some eomotlmo emo emolmA sometime
time lmA ego n o from Sarah Srh comJany Pinkney Pnkney for its Il big bigpower hlgrl1fr bigIflWpr
power rl1fr htmw hCUt > plant plnntIt plMtI
It I i i4 now handed hand over to the te city cty to hold holdiii holdII holdIii
iii II Iii be fee ft remitted This Thlf neons mes that tht taxes te on it I will willI wi willbe
b rmltto 0
KxpUIni lIla II Letter Ittr of Exoneration ExonerationWhat fonerUon and andbt ac acht
What bt ht Followed Folond It ItStutial I It8peUaJ
Stutial Spt Cabti Cab Dtifalclt Dtpac to TUB Sew SewHAVANA StHIV SvcqIIAYANA
HAVANA IV N Dec D 24 24Regarding 24Rgrlg Regarding the rports r r xiports
ports pr printed prte In American Amrcn papers ppr th thAlexU tiat tiatAexl lbAlexta
AlexU Aexl E Frye F formerly fonery Superintends Superintendsof Suprntendent Suprntendentot
of Publio PbUo Instruction Inrclon who appeared appr appoaroda i iA 1
A witness in In the te Wood Wo hearing herng before bfor tlSenate tl th thSnte tiSenate
Senate Snte Committee Cmmite had h been bn confront confrontby cnfrnted cnfrntedby confrontby
by a letter written Tten by himself hlJl to Secrete Secreteof
of War Wa Root Rt In which ho exonerated Ixonemte Oc OcWood Gen GenWo Ges
Wood Wo s oocl from frm the chargea chargo ho had Ilumco liadmado made again againhim aginst aginsthi againhim
him hi Mr Fryo Fre explains oxplln8 that tho letter wi wiwritten wiwritten
written wten In September Sptembr after Ilr he had had hadconversation hadconversigloii n ncvellol
conversation cvellol with Oen Wood Wod In whlc whlcI which whichthe whicthe
I the latter lt er assured ur him upon upn his honi honithat honor lionithat j jthat
that ho bothought thought Mr Fryo rl know knowaboul about tl tlpreparation tho tipreparation
preparation prpmton of tho now school hol law lw whh whhMr whlc whkMr
Mr Fryo Fre had regarded rgAre as al one of tho slgi slgithat 61U algithat
that Oon On Wood Wo was Wnot not acting acing in I gixj go go gotaiih
faith Mr Fryo Fo was WI convinced c ncd by O OWoods 0Wos GWoods <
Woods Wos OMtortions Irlons and wrote to Mr ROD RODsaying Rt RtMyng Rdsaying
saying Myng that tht ho had misjudged miljudgo Gen Wtoc Wtocj Wr Weocand
j and Id that tho fault was WII Ills htl own oW for nt nthaving not nothvig nchavinga
having hvig a frank talk tal with Itb len Of Wood WCod HI HIlottorwas IIIlotterwaa Is Islotorwal
lottorwas lotorwal very er strong strongHo strongHe strongBe
Ho waited wnlr a month mont for tho premise premisechanges prell prcinIschanges
changes in n tho school Ihol law lw but rtthin rtthinwo cpthinWM
wo WM done Ho 1f then thtn saw f Oen hn butihlng butihlngWM Wool W Wo wh whsaid whsaid wio wioI
said I aid ho thought thn changes change hw h be bemade 0n 0nmRc beci becimacis
made mRc long before bfor November Noyembr cnio an anstill And Andi anstill
still i nothing had been hn done dOln 1e Jfr r Fry Fryagain Fryo Fryoaln Fryagain
again aln called mll on den Wood Wo who fXpreM fXpreMsurprise prI prIIUrr presse pressesurprise
surprise IUrr saying Iylng them theN had beenan hnlan over oversight oyerIlght ovorsight
sight Ilght on his hl pan pr XovertheleW Nororthele lorhel nothing nothingwas nothingWM nothlnwas
was done and finally fnal on Ian 1 Mr Fry Fryresigned Fro Frorligo Fryresigned
resigned rligo realizing reU7lng that Gen Gtn Wood Woo wa wanot wanot wanot
not acting acig In good go faith faithMr faih faihMr faithMr
Mr Frye adds that ho poducod th thletter the theleter thletter
F tat
letter leter before ofor the committee Cmttf ruc to shoi shoithat fhow fhowtht shoithat
that tht ho had hd been bn willing wiing to ight Igt the suppoecd supposed sup Impp
posed p 4 wrong wrng he had done cone Get Gr ks J 3 Wood Wo
Stele 80 Door Dor Mat I Hutu and nd Milk Mik an anTook ad adTok aniTook
Took Tok Them m to 0 Its I MaitMd Mat rl Home HomeBCTTAI HooeBUAI IloflieEUp
BCTTAI BUAI EUp rto Dec 1 24 24J0 24JAn lio imprisonmen imprisonmenfor
for stealing It0lng Is II i the to punfehment pnihment that ha habeon hI habeen
been b meted mete out to a little 1110 dog owned owt b bJames bJal bJanise
James Jal Spanieling Sp ldlng of Onk Od Orchard Orha OrchardOrlaan OrchardOrlaancounty Orloan Orloancounty Orlcns Orlcnsconty
county conty The dog stob ltO continually cntnuly from frorMr fromMr fronMr
Mr Spauldings Spuldingl nelghrorn nelhll and carried crrlf th thstolen tho thololenarlcll thstolenartioles
stolen lolenarlcll stolenartioles articles to huvuMrters hlDster8 home Doo Doomats Dor Dormtl Doomats
mats mtl rugs nlg carpets crt milk mik cans broom broomiand broms bromsand broomand
and similar Rlr things wero Wf taken taen dally daly by th thdog the thedog thdog
dog and returned rturl nljntly nlltly by Mr Spaulding SpauldingTho Spulding SpuldingTho
Tho limit reached a fow days i iwb
lmit was M ne dys ago agowhen 10 agowhen
when wb n tho dog begi Ogl early erly in the mornini morninistealing morirg morninstealing i
flUng stealing wood wo from a pile pie in the yard yr of Fr FrAchillas Fe Fre FreAchilles
Achilles AchUA who Hvesopposlto Iveoppoel tho Spauldings SpauldingsBy Spuldlngs SpuldlngsBy
By night the Aog do had ha a big pile pie of wo wood woodIn wooc woocIn < x xin
in his hL masters masterR yard yr and Mr Spauldlni Spauldlnispent Spuldlng Spuldlnglpt SpauldInspent
spent lpt nearly nerly an anlour lour In returning returng it Thei Theithe Ten Tenthe Therthe
the dog do was WI seit st away to Mr r Spauldingi Spauldingifarm Spuldngs Spuldngsfar Spauldingcfarm
farm far where hewill h wU bo 0 confined confne In a big fltl fltlfrom ficicfrom flld flldfrom <
from which thro t tmwill r will 1 bo 0 no escape escapeEXSLEVTS esap esapEXSLFUS escapeEXSLEUTJS
1101 Del lie From Jom Denmark and ad He le Wated Wanted i iChance a aOno ilianee
Chance Ono t f I > l Use e III Ills Dtignlie Dlplta Here HereHans IlereHn hereHans
Hans Hn Macsen Man who says MYI ho hI is a forme formeexUeutemnt foner fonerexLleutent formecexLieutenint
exUeutemnt exLleutent of the Danish Danlh Army Any and m mexdotectlre In Inedetelre arexdotectife
exdotectlre edetelre of tho Copenhagen Copnhgen police policewent polc polcent policewent
went ent to tin tl York Yorkle YorkviUe ville police plc court cu yeuterda yeuterdaand Yeterday Yeterdayand yeaterdaand
and applied apple to t Magistrate MaLtratc Mayo yo for or a 0 a spare sparewarrant 8farch 8farchwarnt searci searciwarrant
warrant warnt 0 examine umio the premises prlmle of one o ohis of ofhlnolgU11 oi oihis
hlnolgU11 hlnolgU11He his neighbors neighborsBe
Be yas vas II accompanied accmpaie by Detectiva DetectivaVanderiu Detecthl Detecthlander DetectivcVanderu
Vanderiu ander and Devlin Devln of the thl East Et Sixty Sixtyseventh SixtyHtrtet i
lvlntk seventh street Itrt station who acknowledge acknowledgetheir acknowledgo
their liability to t catch ctcb the thief who carriec carriecoff crre crreot carr1eoff
ot off a fur ur overcoat overcat a silver lver watch some someDanish cmo cmoDan someDaaih
Dan Danish coins cin and a fine fne assortment rmtnt of fake fakeKhisiers fale falewhl falscrbisers
whl Khisiers el from the homo of the to exLieu exLieutenant oxLleutett oxLieutenant ¬
tett tenant at 1483 18 Second Send avenue three Ir weeks weeksigor wek weeksig
1 ig igtaen igor igorV V < lBon tn wrote wt to Police Polc Commissioner Commissioner3r Commlner CommlnerOrne Commlaai ner neruene
Orne 3r uene ne telling telng him hi of the to robbery rbber and andIntimated andhuite andIntimated
huite Intimated that American Americn detectives deteiY0 were wereno wer werno wererio
no good gd gOod If I the robbery rbbry had hd occurred ore It ItEurope In Inrpe InEurope
Europe rpe he said Ild some Ime one would have hvo beet beetarrested ben benBtlcd beenirrested
Btlcd arrested long ago agoThe agoTl agoThe
The letter also all explained txlalnpd that tht tho whtsken whtskenliat whlsker whlskerihat
that Tl had hd been bn stolen were wpr used u for din dinultra disuiaee dil dilgu
gu ultra 1 by the exsleuth In Denmark Denmlrk and andho ando
ho 10 o was desirious dllrious of o recovering recvering them an Mhe
he 10 expected wa to use le them In this thl city cty He HeItys lientended e eIntlnde
Intlnde ntended txplo to apply for appintment appointment on tie tiecty the theitys
cty Itys detect detectut detective detetve for force as 8n soon as ho took tookUL tk tkout
hU h first citizenship
out > ut frt ctznhip papers papersWhy papel papersThy
Why Wh do you want a search serch warrant warrantsked warnt warntMkt warrantisked
sked the Magistrate MagistrateI Maglltrte MaglltrteWI
Mkt WI I have a sure olue W answered the Danish DanUberlock Danl Danishherlock
eur nnsere
Sherlok berlock Holme lolmO as n he opened oprnl a hand handThere handa handb
a and tk took out a white b bed quit quitlere quilt quiltlhere
There she u I he announced announcedWhere Innounc InnouncWher announcedWhere
Where Wher asked akl the Magistrate MagistrateThere MagiltrateTer tagIstrateThere
There Ter Dont you YOI see hsr blr foot fot Matson Matsocplled Maton Matonrpled Matsoneplied
rpled cplled as 1 he pointed pointe to t some Ime marks mrks o ohe on onthe onhe
the he quilt
That quiltThat quit looks lOkl more mor like lke three thrc feet fet than tha ono onooot on oneoot
rot rotShel oot ootShes Shes Shel a big woman womn The biggest blggNt on the thelock theblock thedock
block lock Shes Shel 6 feet fet 2 Inches Inc and no other otheroman otherwomn otherwoman
that thatgood Ihata thatgood
oman could ould make that mark Isnt
womn a good god clue cue I know shes Ihe the thief When Whenly Whln Whlnmy Whenny
my ly wife was WI away from frm home and no ono OIIFan onowMthere onesas
wMthere sas an there this th big woman goes goE into my myms myrom myoorna
oorna ms and in getting gettng down my fur coathe coat cat catahe ceathe
ahe rom he stepped on the bed and left this I bls mark markI W WI
I cannot issue ilue any warrant warant on such suchivldenoe sucheideno suchvidenoe
eideno ivldenoe announced announcd the Magistrate MagistrateOOV Magl6trateOOJ
IOTUfto nrttrd to a Conference Conftrrno In Hashlnrton hnlon to toForward toFOwardlt toPaiward
Forward FOwardlt International rnatona Arbitration ArbitrationALBANI Arblrton ArblrtonALJNT ArbItrationAtnNT
ALBANI ALJNT Dec 1 M UAt At the request ruest of tho thorational thoNatona therational
Natona rational Arbitration Arbitrton Committee Commlt of which whichhe whichte whichhe
he Hon John J hn W V Foster of Washington Washingtoni Wa Washingtonchairman lngton lngtoncana
te i chairman a committee ommlt representing rprntng the thetow theNe theew
cana York State Bar Association consisting consistingf
Ne tow ew YorkStteDar Alciaton Olltng I Iof
of f I Supreme Supro Court Cour Justice JUltCO Chester Cester Fred Fndrlbk FroI FroIerk Fredrkk
of tho State Statelor StaleB Statetar
rlbk E Wadhoras Waas secretary Irtor
erk tar Association A8olaton and J Newton Fiero Fieroholrman Fierocaan FierohaIriian
B holrman of the committee cmmitee on law reform reformf refor reforof
of caan f the association lolatlon called caled on Coy GO Odell Odelljday Odlll Odllltocy Odeitday
jday day toinvite to Invie him to attend atend a 1 conference conferencet cnferncu cnferncuat
tocy at t Washington Wlhlngtn on Jan 12 to forward forwar inter interationol Intr Intrnatonn interational
arbitration arbitrationIn
arbitraton arbitratonIn
natonn In presenting ptnlng the invitation Illalon Mr Wad Wadarns Wa Wadanus
anus said that a I national natonl arbitration arbitraton com comtittee cm cmmitt cornilttee
has tittee lidd bld been bn organized orgaize In Washington Washingtononuifttlne Wlhlngton Wlhlngtonoriitnu Washingtononsktln
mitt onuifttlne of the Hon lon John W V Foster Fosterresident FOlter FOlterprldent Fosterrcident
oriitnu prldent resident Eliot Ellotot of Harvard Uanor University UnherlJud Judge Judgemoon JudgeImeon e eSlon
Imeon moon E Eot Baldwin of Connecticut lnnotcut the theon theHon theion
Slon Hon ion on Moorefleld Moorfeld Storey Story of Boston Bstn and other otherromlnent otherprminent otherroininent
prminent romlnent men representing rprlentng several Hvem States Statessecure Stte Sttet Statessecure
> secure the adoption ooptlon of a treaty trty between betweenno btwltn btwltntho
t tho tie no IUr United States Stat and Great Orat Britain Urtaln by byhich byrhich I Iwhloh
whloh hich Unit these two nations would airree alr to tojfercertain t tofercerta1n II IIrrercern
jfercertain cases C caseato to The Hague tribunal tribunalThe trbulal tribunalThe
rrercern The Governor expressed exprle his hi regrets rgrtR that thatprevious IhatI thatprevious
I Te previous prvious engagement i ii engaement would wuld prevent prvent his hi histkndance I
tkndance tkndanceSTOLE i i trtn rwMi rwMiSTOLE
G ov o Ptnn Penneke PennypaekerSNfPheW > vackrri Nephw NtphtW I lAUN Leaves avet Ills IllsWife II hIi hIiIfePoHce
Wife UePoUr ° IfePoHce Police Asked Akr i to Look Lok for or Him HimMrs humMrii lhn lhnMr
Mrs Mr Florence Flornc Whittaker Whitaker of this thll city has haskedc hal halIko hasked
ked the police plc of Newark to help her to tond tofnd tonci
Iko nd her runaway husbandand hUlbntl and her threo threoays Ihrlo Ihrloboys threoDy8
fnd boys ays lerrMway She Bays that tha he 1 II is George GergI L Whit Whitiker Whlttk liIt liItdter
tk iker r a nephew of Oov Pennypacker Pennycker of ofennsylvania ofPennsyhanlaandthat ofenneylVanift
Pennsyhanlaandthat ennsylvania and that this thll is the second secondme Pcond Pcondtme secondme
tme me ho hI has h deserted dllr her since sinc their mar marage mr mrrlale marage
rlale age nine yeans yer ago agoThey agoTY agoThey
They Benarated about a year Of ago sho shoirnaitilng shemaintng shormining
irnaitilng TY pratl in Philadelphia Phiadelphia and he coming to toils tothll
rmining thll ils city Ten TEn days dYR ago a o a reconciliation reconciliationok rnciaton rnciatontook
took ok place and they thlY were oro about to make makehome me mea makehome
plo Y in inonday Inthl8 inits
a home homp at Tremont N but stayed Itayo
thl8 its city Whlttkor Whittaker she says lef left her ononday on onMonday
onday and she Ih6 has hn not seen flNI him slnco slncoShe slncoRho sinceRho
Rho was a widow with two children chidren when wheni whenho whenmarried
ho i married WI her wdow He 1e took her two children childrenher chidrn chidrnby childrenV
by V mro her first ft husband aud their own baby babylahas bby bbyShe babyehas
She lahas ha traced trc him to Newark NewarkIxit NewarkLet NewarkLt
Let Lt Life LUl Saver 8nr aer Ont 00 of ofJln ofJlnA Jail JailA JillA
A letter leltr from rom Max lx L Schwartz Shwarz of 1655 1655adieon 16 l65adison
Ma8n adieon avenue stating sttn that tat ono Thomaaley Thomas Thoma ThomaRley Thomasieywhohad
Rley ley ieywhohad who had b pleaded plode guilty guiy to attempted attemptedirglary attmpt attemptedirglary
irglary of a butcher shop Ihor while whiE h hl he was wnsunk W wasunk l ldnk
burgl unk had saved the thl life of 0 Mrs lr Schwartz Schwartzme Schwar7 Schwar7mI
dnk me months monlhl hd Ivo ago when le she Ihe fell f1 into thot the thl thlFt the1st
Ft 1st mI t river at lOflth l0t street strt got Riley RlfY out of ofII ofjal ofII
jal II for rver Christmas Crt Judge JudeMcMon JudgeMcMahon McMahonsua McMahonsuaz 0 sj qua quainded
pne inded z ded sentence len no x
BriGtn tn Elliott Elott to Go o and nl Take Tkt Coniman ConimanTof Commarnor onlmnllof
Tof of the Whole IMhmlan Ithmlan Force Iorellnm IorellnmI ForeeIsflatiil ForeeIsflatiilI lanani lananiHa
I Ha I Has Established lablbhr Outpontn Outp tl to Watch WhI atch fo foAny forI for forOy
I Any Oy Colombian olulhln Invasion Ilu lon by h Land LandJWAsniNOTOv 1411 1411WASINOTON LanilfWASflIc0TO
JWAsniNOTOv fWASflIc0TO Dec 24 2Secrtlry 24Secrttary Secretary of the thffavy tho11Y theavy
11Y favy avy Moody Ioy to today < lay dticnnlned ctcrmhl definitely definitelyoscnd defllttI
10 oscnd 0 snd send additional battalions bntolons of marines marllC t tthn to totho tcthe <
the Isthmus Isthmul These TcP troops troopl numbering Ilmbcrn 80 80men 6
0 men will wi sail Mi on tho Dixie which If Iftaking I Itaking Istaking
taking Floretaboard FtorK FlOres ablr aboard nt Leaguo Lcajlu Inland I llnd am amwill and andwi andwill
will wi probably probhly IHJ toady mad to will 11 on Monday MondayBrlgGon Mondl MondayIlrIgGen
BrlgGon Drigrl Elliott Elot commandant cmllndnl of the theMarine thenrno theMarine
Marine nrno Corps Corpf will wi accompany acompan this expe expedltlon expdltlon expeditlon <
dltlon and upon Ills arrival at lt Colon Colol wit witassume wil wila8umo willassume
a8umo assume command commald upn of the marine marne forces fOl8 on I the theIthmue In InIsthmus iccIsthmus
Isthmus Ithmue His I staff stiI will 1 consist confIMt of Cnpt CnptLeonard apt apiLnar aptLeonard
Leonard Lnar who lost 10lt an urm Irm In tho thl th Iokln Ioklncampaign Pelncampign lekincampaign
campaign campign and Llout Leu Evans Jlnl who wan wanwith wnswih waswith
with wih Gen len Elliott Elott in tho ho Philippine IhlppllA tildes tildesMajor nldli nldliMajor flIdoSMajor
Major Redford Rdford Chief Quartermaster Quarormnr r and andCopts undCaptl andapta
Copts Captl apta Matthews MathewM nnd Powell PowIl Quarter QuartermaHters QllartermMt Quartermasters
masters maHtersTho mMt mastersThe r
The o battalions btaloll will wi be commanded commndd bj bjLleutCols byLieutCoIs hyIeltCoIs
LleutCols IeltCoIs Blddlo Dddle and anl Waller Woler nnd Miijor MiijorMahonoy Mljor MljorMahoMyand MrijorMahoney
Mahoney MahoMyand and Cole Col The Thl other officers Cflr to Ugo togo togo
go on Oi the Dixie nro or Capts Captl A S Williams Williamsand WIIIIR WIIIIRand Williamsand
and C H I Lymnn Lrmn Regimental R lmmltll Adjutants AdjutantsFirst AdjutantsFirst AIJutnntl
First Flrt Lieuts E B Miller Miler and Ind McCormick McCormickBattalion McCormickBattalion kCormlckBatalon
Battalion Batalon Adjutants Adjutnts CoptH Captl Reid Bootes BootesHopkina ItootosHopkins otc otcHopkins
Hopkins Jolly Jolr C C Carpenter CnrptnhJr and Wal Wallace Wallace Wetlace ¬
lace and Second cnd Lieuts Leul Wills Wils Smith Kil Kilgore KI KRgore
gore gor Merriam Yates Yat and anc hamilton HnmlltnnTho Hamiton HamitonTo hamiltonThe
of Rear RearAdmiral RearAmirl RearAdmiral
The To cruiser crl8r Olympia Olypia flagship fagFhlp
Admiral Amirl Coghlan Cohln has boon ordered ordlre to toCartagena 10Carngena ti tiCartagona
Cartagena Carngena to get Minister lllltr BoatipnS Thacipr alpr who whois whoIs whois
is returning ntlming to thu thf United ln141 States Ilnll from fromColombia frlm frlmColombia fromColombia
Colombia on leave of absence absoncpMail abRI absenceMail
Mail reports rporls 01 from Rear Admirals dmll GloM GloMand GII Glassand
and Coghlnn COlhlan who are 1J re rlltiely respectively ixctively at Pan Panama Pln Plnama Penama ¬
ama and Colon wro WIM received rl NI by the thl tic Navy NavyDepartment NavyDepartment avr avrDeprment
Inder date if < Dec
Department today toa Plder ff
14 Deprment 1 Admiral Glass Oa reported rportl as a follows followsSlnwi fnlows fnlows81no followsSince
Since 81no ray 1 last laM report by b letter Ittr dut cutle chiteci tl tlK1 tlK1lot I tic tic1st h h1Ft
lot Inst perfect quiet Qlll hn has existed el led In nil 11 purl purlof pcrts pcrtsof Mrl Mrlof
of the Republic H Pblc of Intiama lOloml lh h Innnina lunll11 lunll11foermeDt lnnecnaiovernrnent InnninaOovernmeut
Oovernmeut him hlF Istubllshfd Fllbllld nn outpost t o oHfty or orttr otlIrt
foermeDt outiO
Hfty lIrt ttr iiifii IIn at Moel 1011 d de iti Smw HIW Maria llrla on 01 tho thoTuira I hI he helulra
Tuira fllvpr vr with wJh scouts I10UIl operating ollrltlnl tnwnnl tnwnnlthe tolrt towcrlthe
the Colombian Cololblan frontier fronler also u I pot at Chepn ChepnOH Iwpo Iwpoon
on the Chepo Cllpo River KlverOn RhrOn RiverOn
On the thl Rth Inst InRI the th Boston BOllon procvfdrd pfCfdd to toPan tofan toSan
Pan Miguel Bay Ba urrivliiK them th the > followlni followlniday rolowlns foilowIncCIa
fan Irrlvll
day CIa llull A party part was 11 nont up In the th river In In hont hontto hOa t01t5 t01t5to
la to Moat oal do e Santa Marln llrla nnd IO nd Ynrinn Ytlin to com communicato eommUllcta coinmunleate
municato mUllcta with wih thn Ih inhabitant Jlhabllnl and Investi Investigate InIt Invettgate ¬
gate atp rumors rmors of nn 11 Invasion of lice Ih Inthnu Inthnubj lthll lthllb hthnccisby
bj b Colomlilnn forces fort and ald to obtiln obi 111 liifnrmn liifnrmntion iifnrniRtlon hlformaton
tion an 11 to the practicability Ilraeticlhll y of such Ineh nn 11 In Invasion II liivasion ¬
ton vasion va lon The le Itantou 10ltOl rPturiiMl rPtlrild to this Ihi port porton porton porton
on the thl lath renortlnpall reporting 11 nil iiulct nhl In the Ihf district districtvisited cUtrit cUtritIRlll ditrhivisIted
visited IRlll un and nn no rfJrtll kno kloledl kcoaiedge leilRt > of o any an tnnvemciitH tnnvemciitHof mmcmlII mmcmlIIof
of Coloinbimi Colomblal troops trops t roops The Ilc Information tlformntlol tic forinni oil oti otitalnwl ichtalnd h hIllnl
talnwl Illnl would seem fcm to verity rlr reports rportsllrlllol previously previouslymndo
mndo ad to w011 me m that while hlc an ollnllllo1 invasion IK I tiousihle tiousihleths IJ poeslhithe lhle lhlethA
the progress of any an coiiflderahli cntdlrahh form fOrlH arc nuiil nuiilnecessarily 1111 1111lec Itccctnecessarily
necessarily prOllAI be bl vrry vr slow 8101 as roads Tae through throughthe throlllh throlllhthe throughthe
lec saril tT
the forests forsU would have ha to tip h cut CII and andfaclteH UK UKfacilities zc zcfacilltls
facilities faclteH for transporting transnCrtol larco Inrs bodies bodils of men menby 1l1 Inchby
by b the rivertt are arf Inadeuuato InadeuuatoOn Jladlllalo JladlllaloOn
On thodth Ihlsth Inst the th theConcord Concord wn IInFc11Ihn1 IInFc11Ihn1to wnsdeintehnl wnsdeintehnlto dwptti > hn hnto
to Davlil DaII on tho th we Wf sest t coast COlst of Iannniu Ionoli to torommunlcxtn tormmunlcat tocomniunteate
rommunlcxtn rmmunlcat with tho tlc local 10e11 authorities Illhorlll anil anilto olr aictito
to obtain ohtlll Information Inrormuton ns 1 to thn condition 1lmllol of ofnffnlrs ornlalrR ofaffairs
affairs nlalrR In that neighborhood nllghhorhood The TIc lw com commanding toolrnanding om ommondln ¬
manding offlfy of the Concord COlonl reports hnvlnc hnvlncbeen halns tinvInibeen
been received reche onrP by 11 the Ih local 10cII authorities alhlrll in II a amost I iiroost
most cordial manner mlnnr and that the Ihl th elinlnu RInln of ofthe ofth ofthe
the th Canal corial treaty trlt HIK uucd other Ilr 111 act cll of th > Ioiinnin IoiinninOovernment Iallll laintniGovernment
Government Govermlnt were wlro Hlr fully tull approved at u mtlllcu mtlllcutlon rtUlcu rtUlculon rutlfhciition
tlon meeting meetlncUntil meetingUntil
lon Until mellnl the th loth Inst the Ihl vessels 1 of the th Carib Caribbean arlh arlhbean arhhbean ¬
bean Unll squadron IIUadrCn effectively nlcthlr patrolled Iatroll tic Ih north northcoast lorlh lorlhcoast northcoast
coast or Panama to Cape CIIt Tlbnron Tlblrol but havlnir havlnirlearned hllm hllmIImN havinirlsrnecI
learned IImN of tho reported rcportl landinc hmrln of a body ho of ofColombian orColomhlan ofColombian
Colombian troops tropl on the th Colombian llomhlln const constsomewherw COIt COItImewblrA coatsomewhur
nnd thn thnAtrato thnAtratn thaAtrate
somewherw ImewblrA between Capo CIPO aro Tibiiron Tlhlron
Atrato River Rhlr I directed dlrfIi that the ll II patrol pltrol b bextended bxtplllf bu buextpiiclsd
extended xtplllf to tho mouth of the Atrnte rRt and nndsomewhat Inl InlROItwhat andoineWluat
somewhat ROItwhat to the th eastward laslwAr for the Ihl purpose purposeof 1lrpo 1lrpoor
of verifying lrlfln the th reports rlporlf or tho 11 movement 10n1011 10n1011of mioveiuintuof u uof
of tho Colombian troops tropI Up to the present presenttime prcunttime rrnt rrntIm
time no 10 very ry dellnlte dpUnlp news nWI from tlint thlt quarter quarterhas IIIIrltr IIIIrltrhis iuarterhas
Im his has been bn received rtcelvl HeportH 1Iort have hI been leC very veryconflicting veryconfllcthnc t
conflicting but otter carefully Klftlns them thlD I 1bnllove Ibloe Ibelieve
allr Itnl
Infclns bloe believe it Is I probable rnrflll that thlt tho Colombian Colombiantrunboats Cololnblwmboatl Coicoibicinirunboats
wmboatl trunboats Pinzon Plnzol and Carteircna Cartt nl lnncle IEnd IEndabout 1andtuIabout < l labout
about SOD so men at or In the vicinity lIDlt of Aaintl Aaintlon ACllI
on the t 51t th Inst Instt
onI t h have ve directed t t I tho marine battalion hatnJon from fromth fromIJlrl fromthe
the th Dixie to sco Into comp at t Emplr on onthe onthemaIn tho thomain
main lIne e toorOt toorOttotoJ of th thi totoJ Panama tI Itallroad I W Thin Thinposition Thluposition I IJ1ton
J1ton position IJlrl Is nt ft a hlirh hlrh elevation plnvllon has ha a number numberat Ilnber Ilnberof
at buildings arallnblo avalahle for cmnrters III nnd nndId n nrood arood
buldlnl rer
Id rood supply of water Every tIr precaution Is Istwine t1 Isbeinc
bln twine taken as to sanitary tnltar conditions conditionsAdmiral cocltloM cocltloMAdmlml condltlinAdmIral
Admiral Coghlan Coghll In a report rpor dated dald Dec DecIE
1 IE had h this thl to say sayThe MYThe sayThe
The Atlanta Atanta arrived arrlEd here her the isili 121 I from fromtrip rromI fromS
I S trip alone alol the Ih coast from 1ort Por flnqdl to toSan InHan totian
San tril BIas Sho found fOlnd a trail trni by b which smell smll smellpafties nmllparties
parlAI parties can cn BO from San Bias 811 to Colon Colol Kh Khneither HhnllhEr hu huneither
neither heard 50 nor saw fW nnytlilnu althll of arty nn Co Colombian eolomblan Celomblan ¬
nllhEr hPul 10r
lomblan troops having halnl b bn n down In that thatvicinity thlt thltYlclnlt thatvicinity
vicinity trop the hA was WOI at Port Gumll G111 on the tll Qlh QlhRnd athnd th thind
ind nd communloatMl rommnnlonlr bv b means of an otrieer otrieerwith olflcerwith o1cr o1crwith
with the natives but blt obtained no Informitloti Informitlotiif Informllol
if any vessel teel nntv or trop troops having ha 11 visited vl IItd there thereMORE there10RE thereMORE
NIne fine hundred Ilundl Now ios Uolnc lein nuty nlt nut on the theIsthmus IheIlhmlu theIsthmus
Isthmus IsthmusSpectat Ilhmlu IlhmluSptdal IsthmusSpectai
Spectat Cubit Clb Deipntcli Dporl to TnK Tnl Sex SexCOLON St StirCOLON
COLON COLN Dot D 4 4Ali All AI tho marines laril from fromho frm frmtho fromho
tho ho United States State cruiser cnler Prnirio Pmlrlt came camnihoro caml camlIhor cameuchoro
Ihor ihoro today and proceeded prO > llc to camp Cmp at atas atB8 atBan
B8 Ban as Obtepo Obip thirtyono thlryono milen mlf out Olt on 01 tho thoillroad thorlrod therailroad
rlrod railroad The Te cumps cmp am thoroughly thorouRhlyquipped thorollhly thoroughlyquipped
auipJ quipped There Tre ar ar are now 000 11 marines marineslolng marinesdoing niarincaloing
doing chore thor duty dutyThe dutyTe dutyThe
The Te United Unllo States cruiser crlr Olympia Qlypl has hasono hI hIIono lirtsono
ono to Cartagena Cragena when Mr Ir Bwiupro Bwiuproho
Iono tho ho American Americn Minister at Bogota Uojotn will willoard willDoard m mbor
oard > her herHOLQUI herIIOLQUIN
Colombian CommIssIoners C ml slollr Reticent Retlnt About AboutIll Aboutlila bOlt bOltIls
Ill Ils lila Errand ICrmnilG ErrandGen rumlGen
G Gen n Jorge Holquin 10lquln a colleoi colla colleague ip of Gen GenRafael GenHafnel GenRafael
Rafael Reyes on the Colombian Colombin commis commission cmmi cmmielon conimiasion ¬
sion to Washington Wlhll ton sailed tlled yesterday yBtlrta on onthe 01 onthe
the steamer stemlr La L Bretagne for Havre Har His Hlndestination HI8dtnton Hisdestination
destination dtnton is i London IxindonAmong lndonAmong LondonAmong
Among local loll Colombians ClombinH thon thT was WIR much muchi mich michspcultin muchspeculation
i speculation spcultin an al to the Uit object of Gen Hol Holquins Ilolquins Holqulns
quins trip trp abroad abroc He declared dear that it itwas Itwas itwas
was on a purely purly personal peronal matter mater although althoughrumor nltholKh nltholKhrmor itlthouglirumor
rumor rmor had ha it that he goes to London to dip dipCUBS d diuucuss I ICU8
CUBS CU8 the tie PanamaColombia PanamaColombi rluaton situation with withthe withthe wltbtbe
the British Briih Foreign Ofllce OfllceGen onc OfliceGon
Gen Holquin is i an important figure fplro In Intho Inthe intho
tho politics poltc of Colombia and was WI Minister Ministerof llnitr llnitrof
of Foreign Affairs Alair in the administration udmlnitraton of ofPresident ofPresident ofPrt6ident
President Prt6ident Cato CatoGen CaloGen CaroGen
Gen Pedro llro Nol Ospina arid Dr Lucas LucasCaballero LI LiicasCabalhero
Caballero Cablero two other members memol of the coni conimlthion cm cmmluion coninhaion
mlthion from Bogota were Wfr In this Ihll city yes yesterday yf yfteray yrsterday ¬
terday teray at the tht Hotel otel Felix Felx in West Wlt Twenty Twentyfifth Twct Twctffh Twentyfifth
fifth ffh street Itret Gen Nel I Ocpina O Plna JH il a nlemlx nlemlJr nlemlJrof imiemberof > r rof
of tho Colombian ColomhRn Senate Stnato and at the recent rocuntelections rwnt rwntIectlons recentelections
elections was WIK a I candidate rndidnto for the Prrwtdcncy PrrwtdcncyBoth PrPldfncBoth PrrsldencyBoth
Both commissioners commls6101n were wer ns al rttlrent as asien asen asGen
Gen en Holquin regarding r lrdllg affairs Italm in Colombia Colombiaand Colombiaand
and on tho Isthmus Isthmuf They cumo from fromWashington fromWlhlngton frontWashington I
Washington Wlhlngton on onprivato private business buslnewWAR hlllneA businessWAIt i
The Thl Caribbean Crlbbln Coast 011 Towns of Colombia ColombiaIndifferent olomlia olomliaIndllrent oleniblaIndIfferent
Indifferent Indllrent to Invents Ennll In the Isthmus IsthmusWASHINQTON Ilhmus IsthmusWAgrrNoToN I IW
WASHINQTON W Doc Ie 24 24Tht 24Thin The Government Governmenthas oernmlnt oernmlnthas
has received relr reliable flablo Information that In Inspite InIrteof Insrlteof
spite Irteof srlteof of reports reort to the contrary Ionlrr the towns townson lownl lownlon
on the Caribbean Carlhheln count COllt 01 Colombia olombllro are not notIn not notin
In Hvmpathy with lh any hotttilo hOHtlo movement movementBjrninst 10vpmfnt 10vpmfntoFalnst movementnninst
Tho in thcn thcntowns thriutowns
Bjrninst the Isthmus Iothmul To people plplo thN
towns tQWI are Iro indifferent Indiferent to the ttvcnts nIntl at atPanama atPanunl atPanama
Panama Panunl and tho cry cr for war wlr Is confined cttI1 to toBogota 10B toBogota
Bogota gota Tho coast COOft towns tOWI it is II declared declaredare dlarP icelaredare
are B very quiet nnd show no signs Ilgns of be becoming becming becoming ¬
coming cming er disturbed disturbedThe dlBlmbt disturbedThe
The cruiser cllsr Olympia Ompll arrived at lt Colon Colonvpsterday Colonyesterday ColonvEterday
vEterday yesterday Rear Rlr Admiral arrC Coghlnn will wi shUt shllthis shit shithil shUthi
his hil hi flag fag to t her from tho Mayflower MayflowerCuba Mayfower MayfowerCuh MayflowerCuba
Cuba IliroRnUri RIIOlnlll1 Panama nma Itcpntillo ItcpntilloWABIUNOTON RepJIIII RepJIIIIWASIUNUTON flcpiilmlleVsSIJINUT0
WABIUNOTON Doc Do 24 24SeI10r Soflor Quesada Quesadatho QueMdnthoCubnn Quesadothe
the thoCubnn Cuban Minister called caled at iL tho State StatnDepartment Stltn StltnDeprtmplt StateDepartment
Department this thl morning moring and formally formallynotiflod formal formalnotlfl ferniallynotified
notified Deprtmplt the United Unied States Htnt1 Government Governmentthat GocrnmcntIhat Goernmentthat
that notlfl the Republic Rtpuhio of Cuba Cha had recognized recognizedthe rlc reccnlzetithe nlzfHI nlzfHIthe
the Republic Repuhlo of Panama PanamaHanin Panamalanan PanamaHanan
Hanin lanan Divorce Drrrre ntlrte Dated Dttd Dark DarkTho Olk OlkTe flackThe
The Te final fnl decree decr divorcing dhorlnp Mrs tn Hrnrletta HrnrlettaF Hlnrhtl HlnrhtlF
F Hanan from John H Hannn Hann the shoo shoomanufacturer shomanufacurr shoemanufacturer
manufacturer manufacurr has ha been ben altered allerId by Kupiwmo KupiwmoCourt HuprtmwCOlr SuprtrnCourt
Court COlr Just JUllo Justice lot Scott no that that the thi decree decT shall shallbear Ihal shallbear
bear hnr dato as W of April Apri 14 1 last Iot though thou h It was wasentered WMentpred wasentered
entered entpred only a fow days ago Mr lr Hanan HananWBH Hamianwas
was WI Pier remarried rmaied in i April A > il at Xarrogausetl XarrogausetlPier r tt ttPier
Blot Rot nelle Rld Fund FundSurplus HlrPI Burplus and andUfc Ufe Savin SavinAward Sntnl SntnlAwrdl SaIniAwards
Award llUlrlbutetl U8lrlbul JislrtbutedThe llUlrlbutetlTho d dTho
Tho Riot Rot Relief RUef Association Assoiaton some tiuv tiuvago tiIC tiICago tiiumago
ago sent Police PoUc Commissioner CommislOier Oreon Orlo
1000 10 to be b given to ten policemen polcmen wh whhad who whohod whchad
had performed prformd acts acll of heroism hero m In savin savinhuman 8vlng 8vlnghuman savlnhunian
human life le Gen Greene Orcencfound found nine nilo men inerdetitrvlng mendlerlng niemideuering
detitrvlng dlerlng of this thi money and Ind selected yes yesterday yesturday YIM YIMtorday ¬
terday ns lS an al opportune time for the pros prosontntlon lirs lirstntltlon iros irosentatloic
ontntlon tntltlon Tho nine nilo men Jtn worn otimmonet otimmonetto 61m101f1 61m101f1to sunmnioried sunmnioriedto
to Police 10U Headquarters 1llquartnl yesterday twra and each eaclreceived lach lachrcclved eachreceived
received rcclved 100 10 They are areIntroliuen areI R
Introliuen latrollll I atrol uteri Mlcliiul J j Coyne on of the Ih t he Dtv DtvInnccy D Dlane flu flulancuy
lluUt <
Innccy lane street lrllt station Itllol Joseph X MrNleniPj MrNleniPjof 11 Ic llrlY llrlYof icriey icrieyof
of KIRI iusl 1 NixtyMevenlh strwl Itrt ChriHtophei ChriHtopheiC tristophierOBrien riHlophrOlrlel
C OHrlcn Olrlel t1 nf fr Kurt tu t ISUttl I tth street IlrI Uowtill miowjtiborci ol4lh ol4lhOlhorn C COxborn
Oxborn Olhorn borci of o lllRli 111 I I I cii undue Irldll lirld gt Tliotnux ThoIUlt K F Mcndi Mcndiof tlII le a ii iiof
of the th llnrbor Police DiiVd 1 1 toss os Oll of orlh orlhuuldlr tlirAluxundiT the theluuumidr
Iurhor 1011
AluxundiT uuldlr uvenue 111 Million still llol old lljiiiiilHiNcn n lldn lamex lamexK lalll lalllonnorl 15 tins
K 1 Connors onnorl minors or West st tooth llh street Jolw Duyer Duyerkipper iwyurskipper lr lrklflr
kipper klflr of HIM Ih Police lolll Boat 10al Petrol and Itd James JamesV Jal1
V 0 lliillock lulock of tlio lie llnrbor lurbor Police PoliceIll Iolce IolceIn IolieeIll
Ill presenting tht tim money mone Oen onl Orerno Orernoe Grecnoespcclahiycomumllinexiteci rerno rernoI
e espcclahiycomumllinexiteci peciullycoiupllmontedPntrolmeii Irlsrmtn Palrolmeli Pntrolrnenflrien Pntrolrnenflrienand OBrien OBrienand
I uly eOlpllontlt
and 111 pc kiss The 1hl former crawled cmwh under nn nnelectrio In Inollcrlo onelectric
electric ollcrlo car ut 125th street Itrfot and and Third Thlrc uvn uvnmm linnun
mm on July 4 and saved ma 8 vl1 ci tIme life UO hf of an em employee mnplovle cutPlovee ¬
ployee OBrien OBren waR nearly neary killed kl d him himself hilmself ¬
self 101 in making makln the rescue rescuePatrolman rlcul rescuePatrolman
Patrolman Patrohuln Gus Go went Into a 1 brewery brewpr In InThij InThll Inlhq
Thij Bronx and rescued rClcled a man who wns wnl un unconscious unCOIRcol onconscious ¬
conscious from ruin lice fumes flneR of ammonia ammoniaOOPS ammonil anirnoniaGots
OOPS COIRcol Col dragged d mggl 1 his man to tot h tlio I ho street 5t and a nc then thenfell t hcn hcnhllnconRcloue henfeih
fell unconscious unconsciousIn
hllnconRcloue hllnconRcloueIn In addition acd I iOI to t thi this hll money 10nf the thf Benevolent BenevolentIlfo J3uzvo1entlife ueollnt ueollnt1M
life 1M Saving 8aln Fund FUII sent Ionl hot 100 10 and Ild five ff mtilnls mtilnlsto rilcalR
to Commlspioner ommIHfloler flreenn Crfn several days cay ago agoto agoto
to be given hfn to policemen poHclnl1 who had plunged pltlnnedInto plJnlec plungedinto
Into tho m river rhtrlld riverand and wived d liven Ihf lien Greene Greenofound Greenefound rcno rcnofound
found that thnt five fo men hud performed d such Ruchacts Iueh IuehI suchzcts
acts I I Two oft orlhpm hem were wtTamong wereanmong among the I he rounds roundsmen romll romllmen rouulsmen ¬
men that th t had received rccdvI1 100 10 each tlch Tho Thoflvn Tbothu Thutim
flvn tim nn nnKoiindonipn ar >
Koiindonipn nHn Dwyer and Uallock of the thnHurlKir Ih IhIlrhCr theItirhcur
HurlKir JOlnr Police nnd and Pntroltncn Charles horll t 1Nhcridnn tHherlel TMherhdin
Nhcridnn IlrhCr Iolrp of trn Ih > Leonard Tolard mre Ilrel siVt t Motion Henry HenryStorjiihnni lenn lennHtorJlhRO iienrStorjcham
Storjiihnni Hherlel HtorJlhRO of Kact Eo I Thirtyfifth Thlrl llh street retl nnd nndDeiuiN omlVtlnl xundDm111
DeiuiN Vtlnl J J Itellly Ipll Itet II of Old slip slipEach Ril RilEach slitKnelt
Each of these thfo received rlw n I medal mNal and a aSZ
SZ 10 gold niece nieceIn pllct pllctIn pieceIn
In addition additon to thece thffe Gen Greene OTJ awarded awardedfrom nwar1 nwar1from awardedfrom
from the Police Kisllef Hullf Fund 200 2 to Mrs MrsNellie MrsNellie ln lnXelio
Nellie Cavnnmigh whose whOn husband John Johndied Johnfill Johnriled
died fill Xelio ns lt a tho result tFult of injuries Injurlt1 received rectlvc In Inpursuing Inpuruiiircg InPITllng
pursuing PITllng a prisoner prisonerHELP prisoneriiiti
HELP 111 FOR FOi MARY 1tRI n Ml IhfRflti IhfRfltiflellhtite fRIH fRIHnlAtlllt RRAY RRAYnejtltiitc
nejtltiitc nlAtlllt Homnn Womll Sent lnt to Chic Iht Islanil IRlalttrry IRlalttrrySOIIII IslanclGcriy IslanclGcriysociety flrrry flrrrySociety
Society SOIIII InM linn Her llr Children ChildrenTllK ChildrenTin hldrln hldrlnTnt
Tnt Tin RUN acknowledges ncknowlllgl the receipt of offrom
1 from Two of Them Thlm and Int 1 from X XV XZ Xy
V Z lor Mar Mary Iar Murray and anc children chldrn MrsMurray Mrs MNMurray 1 1MurrRY
committed to Blackwellrt BlackwellrtIsland lilacksvellsIsland
Murray was wal ommltti IJlckwfJI1 IJlckwfJI11lonc
Island 1lonc by Magistrate laglltTte Cn Crane ne in tho Mor Morrit Morrisautia tor torritnla
rit ritnla risautia aiia polici pole court tlr yesterday moniiiig moniiiigAcconllng loomilg loomilgAClnll mnormitigAccording
According to tho ftory Itory told In court eOlrt courtMurray Mn MnMurray Mn
AClnll Murray lurr is II Mary Mooneyand loonf and the ho hail hai lived livedwith 11 11wlh livedwith
with n man mln who wi said Illd his hil namo tamo was wn Murrayand Murrayand Murray Iurlwand
and who unit I s hu learned 1lrnfc lee ro ed had a I wlfn wi Ce and Ild chtl chtldrcn el I Idrun
drcn dn Ho lo had provided for her until unti re recently reo reocpnI recent ¬
cently cpnI cpnIMajI cent hy
Magistrate MajI 1 mtf tninn mice gave 11C her hlr S S adding addingThere adlln adllnThere addingF1iere
There is 111 a thaneo dllllU hauie for sonic rich man lal to do doa doa
a great rPt nervier IrICf to humanity hUIMnlt by b founding u uhomo nhOlo ahoutin
1 homo hOlo for women wonln such luh n RH thin thll one onl on IV IVceived Icceied
ceived 1111 and deserted dtwrfl it is lo n 1 wonder wOller wonder to ni nihow I rnu rnuhow
how they I have 110 thin til re rlolullon rcolutioci olutiou to continue continueto contnuo contnuoto
to live liveTwo IheTwo livelwo
Two of her children chilcrfn v ero tro sent to th thOerrj thO thOrr ticGerry
Gerry society and nld last Inft night they en enJoyed pnjoyed enjoycid
Joyed rr tho Ihl Icel festivities r thltl and the ChristmiiH ChristmiiHtree lritmal lritmalIrt thristmastree
tree Irt The Thl baby accompanied tho irother II0ther to tothe 10Ihl tothe
the Iclai IIhu slu I IIIOCIS I10iC IhtOJIS
Xllhob Nichols Held Illd on the Chance tmr of Supplying SupplyingStraw Iuppllnt tuppl > ing ingStraw
Straw Sira Hall 111 Given GivenWilliam GhlT GhlTWilam GisereWilliam
William Wilam Nichols of 01 OSO 9 0 Molt lott street It t was wasanested WMarl wanarrested
arrested arl ted yesterday llerln on complaint of Assist Assistant Asistant Al < t tnnt ¬
ant District Dltrlet Attorney Atorey Minor lner on a 1 clwrgo clwrgoof clulrpo clulrpoof
of subornation uhornaton of perjury Magistrate MagistrateOmmen MagistrateOmmen lng lrte lrteOmmtn
Ommen Ommtn held him in 2500 250 bonds bnd for ex examination examlntion oxamimuition ¬
amination on Tuesday TuesdayIt ufblav ufblavIt
It li is a alleged 1ROd that Nichols has hl furnished furnishedbogus fUMlhtc fuinilaliedbogus
bogus deeds dlt to professional hondsinen hondsinenInformation hOImen hOImenInformltlon londlclnenInforniuution
Information Informltlon leading lend to bin hl arrest orrct wiw WW ob obtalned oblalned ohtaiuied
talned from frm Alplionso AlphoJo l1 Sterkx a convict convictnow convictnow convictnow
now BerHntf feryilt a I term tlrm of two years year and nix nixmonths Mixlonth sixniontha
months lonth in Sln Sing 31n Slug for swearing swcurug falsely falselyto
to the ownership of real rll estate estateStorks etate etateHlorkx estateStorkx
Storks after afllr his hil conviction cOlnlclon made a 1 con conftwsion canfr confession
ftwsion fr lon Implicating Implcatng Nichols Ichol That TIUL was wasnearly wannearly I Inparlv
nearly flvo fvo months monlh ago Detectives Dctectivcxmarched D1lcthIK D1lcthIKearchf1 Detectivesearchcd
marched earchf1 for Nichols Xlcho without success RUC and andit nndIt amidit
it was W Hiippor Alppl1f1 e < l that he had left Ilft the city cityMr cil cillr cityM
Mr M lr r Miner I liter saw 8W him hll in a Sixth avenue avenueelevated nwnul civemmueelevated
elevated train on hl hl his way wa downtown downtowntera yes yesterday yesterday ¬
tera terday and pointed him him out to a I policeman policemanUKlirtVVt polcman polcmanulKtrtt joiicenianLAKtitVA
UKlirtVVt ulKtrtt ttRtltCE llllE OlEXED OlEXEDart o OILXEIPart lfYf I IPrI
PrI Part art of the Ih Old Od Pier Pllr Was Blasted maslld maslldIIfor Away Awayllffore AwayBefore
Before IIfor It Could Swing SwlnnTlio SwingThe Swlnl
The big hl steel slee draw em of tho tim I ickuwanna lckawannnRiroad LackuwannaRailroad ickuwannaiailroud
Riroad Railroad across acrOHI the Passaic laMic RiveratNowark RiveratNowarkvas lverat Iliverat Newark Newarkwas owarkwaFtwung
waFtwung vas swung at noon yesterday for the first firstinio frt frttmo firsttime
time since Ilncl it was Wil lowered lowled to Its Il new pivot pivotpier plyotpier pivotpier
tmo pier pier on Sunday Sundo About six Ix feet of the thoild thnold theaid
old ild pivot pier had ld to be bl removed rmoed before beforeho befor beforethe
tho ho draw would swing Iwlng clear and nnl the th lila tnaonry maMOnr lilasonry
MOnr onry erw was so f well wei built buit that blasting hlaMtng hud to toIP 10P to1w
1w IP P resorted rforlld to toWhen toWhen toWhon
When tutu draw drw draw was WIS opened yost yesterday yesterdayLiter > estra estratIJ rday rdayhorn
tIJ horn was WIS HOIIIO difficulty difcult in completily completilyevolving cOlplltl COllIlletil3Prevolving
relolvlng evolving it owing to tncasummcntH tncasummcntHnd ml 8Urfmenll I Ianrl
anrl nd new machinery mnehilery but tho trouble troubll was wasorrectwl WRi WRicorreclU wasorreeted
correclU orrectwl in II about an hour Meanwhile Meanwhllnlot Ionwhllna
a I lot of trains trin on the bu busy UlY y road were do doaiiied doInlted doallied
aiiied on both sides sldtl of thin thf river and tugs tugpchoonors IU tugschooners I Iechoonrl
echoonrl Inlted choonors and other craft crfL which had been beeniield htn htnheld heeximid
held up since Inc Saturday tunla night went on on their theirwnv theirwov theirsav
wnv uj tilt > and Ind down tho stream etrwimThe streamlhe etrOam etrOamThe
The UI last afl doubt of the success BICefS of Engineer EngineerLincoln En EngineerLincoln inllr inllrLincoln
Lincoln Bushs Bushf novel nove movement moyemlnt of the tholraw Ihedraw theluaw
draw is now set fet at rent
Itepalrs nlplr to the t1 Hliwlow nllo 11 III 1 Cost Cos S22OOO S22OOOTho 8220 8220Tho 2OOrho
which hich col collided colIhif1 colliuleti
Tho torpedo boat bot Winslow Wlntlow ¬
lided Ihif1 with thn ferryboat America Amprica on Tues Tuesday Tuel Tuelcay Tuesday ¬
day cay last 1111 breaking hTmklnp her own now no was placed placedin plactc placedIn
in Dry Dr Dock 1 tit lt the Navy aYy Yard Brooklyn Brooklynyesterday Brooklynyeterd Brooklynyesterduty
yesterday yeterd Examination EXl lton showed Ihowfd that the thndnmano t thedamage 11
damage dama o was greater Tatlr than ut It first fnt estimated ehtlmatedand elhnaltd elhnaltdand estimatedand
and that thlt it will wi cost in the thl neighborhood neighborhoodof neiII11rl00d neiII11rl00dof
of f20 122000 22000 to put plt the thl vessel l Slln in shape fhapo again apainAs 1111n 1111nAM againAs
As orders rectivinl from Wash Washington Washiuigtuui ¬
soon 001 as al nrdpT are Iro recIV1 llh llhIlgton
ington Ilgton tho t hl lie work ork will wlllJ Ixj begun begunNew be11 be11XI heguiuiNew
New XI WSOOOOO IO0H 5ffl4 Hotel 1011 fur tlm 1 Tenderloin TenderloinPlans Tlnlerloln TlnlerlolnPlans TenderloInPlans
Plans have 100 been filed ftl for a I twelve tWfll story Htoryfireproof ftor ftorfreproof storyfireproof
fireproof freproof hotel to ho built hui for C F Rogers Rogersof Rotrl Rotrlof
of this thll city el opposite OppOlio tlm til tiu old Hotel Hot1 Bums Brunswick Bnll Bnllwick Bumswick ¬
wick site tle nt 1U to 11 J East ft Twentyseventh Twentyseventhhtreot wlltyonth wlltyonthIlrpt
the block to 10II toII
street Ilrpt anti running nlnlnp through thrn h 111
II to 15 I Knst Enlt Twentyeidhlh 1wentyighlh strwt MtTt The Thecost Thelt Thecost
cost lt is estimated lstma1 at SOO000 SOO000The OOOUOThe OUO OUOThe
The Weather WeatherThere Wcthlr WcthlrTh ieatherThere
There Th r were two storms In npcrallnn nprrnlol yrMnrday yrMnrdayonr rlrrdAvonr
onr one crnlrut In the Arkansas kao Valley Vale VaIIe and tho other otherover oLhlrorr etherover
over the upper take I ke regions reiloos lloth JOUI nrrr tr lirartd lirartdthis brd11 brd11Ihls tcduithts
this way WA They Thl wrro not of grrnt errn racrcj nrl but butwere huLrrr butSen
were rrr Increasing In a force Italu lall wu 11 was 11101 failing lllnit from IromIxiulMann lrm lrmlulan fromLouttane
IxiulMann and tho ArkanMs Valley VaIIc llc northcvt nolhlI over overthe cuedthe olrrtbe
the Tcnnciwc TmolsMc And nrt Ohio valleys lr and ni th the sonthera sontheranccllon MILher MILherlcIOn uuittuernstctlon
nccllon lcIOn ol ollho the Lake r re rerlona cloti5 loM with wIb light IlhL Sill rA11 rencli rencliInic rrh rrhInl rcaetttag
tag Inl to the lb Allanttc IoUr tIuintt coast COsl There w was s ruin 11 anrt anrtsnow Ind Indnlw nd ndnow
snow nlw In the northern nnrlhrr s ectlon < clon nf the take rcelnns rcelnnsanU rCllnns rCllnnsAnd rcinnsand
And snow IOW In II Montana ontooa Thrftentne Thr lcoln rnndltloiiK rnndltloiiKprevailed eiiilttioiaprevailed eundlUonprcIaed
prevailed In the Atlantic lalc Mates llal iar The only onl clear clearweather dOar dOarrLhrr clearweatber
weather rLhrr was 8 In the Hocky 101 Mountain state Lal Them Themwas Thenwa
wa was 1 a decided dfcdCII rise r of temperature In all ni the be Atlantic AtlanticStates tanl tlantt tlanttSlate
States the lake region rllon Hie Ihr Tennessee unit Ohio Ohiovalleys Ohiole riloViiIIei
valleys ViiIIei le where wberl It I was Above boc tlio frrfzlue reull point pointThere plIL plILTbere polualThvre
There wa 11 wat no vco vcr CI cold weather lthrr anywhere anywhereIn 1whert 1whertIn snwherrIn
In this city cl the day da was cloudy lloUIII with wlb a light Ilbt lal fall fallof all allnf
nf rain ron In the afternoon alrmooo wind fresh nullierlv smILherlAIrralr inullvnhiaerage nullierlvaverage
average AIrralr humidity humldl 13 f per prr cent ern liArumeter hOrmrlrr cor corrected correeled or orTrlLcd ¬
reeled TrlLcd to read to sea level M s A M I 3017 1 3 I M MThe I I29N t2g
29N 2g
29NTht The Tht temperature Irmlrlure yesteroay etla ai A recorded crded by h the thenfnrlal Ihoomllal th thoffitai
nfnrlal omllal thermometer Lbrmom Lcr U I shown In the annexed annexedtable anleud anleudLable annexedtabic
100 10 iBfoi 15fT2 111 itu3 KU tonOAM ton to 1004
OAM U 37 37KM S4 4 OPM OPMsnInpM 41 31 31So 31I
KM I If 41 413Pil snInpM snInpM32M2MW So 0 1 I 41 41S is
3Pil 31 S P l 46 32M2MW 3 3212 40 SI SIWASHINGTON 31IRHINOTON 5Iwuau1NaToi
Inr 1or rttiitrn tOltr Xtw tW Vnrfc 1nk ruin tndiy 1o4 InoV ami coMer fold In Inwtttern Intcsrri toWII
wtttern WII pontnrtt porlln thrttitfntng Ihrlfllng weather rlhr asS 01 rnldrr rnldrrto
to morrow MroU probably IrblblV rain ra or snow in I toufA ponton pontonbrtfk Iorlobrlk prIouibrIsk
brIsk eoulhueitl to vest irnis 1 bffomtng rtirtablf rtirtablfTor rarnhteFor I Ilor
For Drlawarr 1 lawafl New rw Jersey jeruc and ea rnsllrn tern Pennsyl Pennsylvania lInn Iunnsylvania I ¬ I Ianla
vania anla rain loilny fresh to brIsk tor south to weit weitwinds urestucIndi re1Ind
winds Ind thrcalenlnK and colder and irohatily ruin ruinor ruinor mliiem
or snow snowhod tomorrow tomorrowFor LamorrowIor
For western New ew York rain or snow and colder coldertoday roldrrloda coldertn
today loda tn day fnmv tomorrow hrlsk torts to high west to tonorth tonoflti
north winds windsfor 1nl1ror windslom
for the District of Columbia anti an Maryland rain raintoday ral ratetoda n ntodar
today toda followed by h clearing threatening and andcolder Androd androlder
colder rod T and prnlmhlv rain or snow tomorrow tomorrowfresh loorrnntrh tofliorrowtrelh
fresh viutli to west wind beeomlnr variable variableKor variablFor I IFor
For New Knglimil rain In viuth outt IIh ruin or snouv snouvIn ano now nowIn
In uorth portion today loda Io day and colder cloudy c1oud and oudprobably IWdprobablV andprobably
probably rain or MOW in extreme south portion portiontomorrow ponlonlomorrow portiontomorrow j
tomorrow brisk wtat IIC t to north wlndi Mmdit
t a
Senor IloMamente lIu tamtlltll Warns the Senate lI nta Tilthe 111t 111tthe Til liiithe
the Unlleil States Would Have the nitf nitfIn RIIht RIIhtIII fligIto
In nepiitllate the Treaty TreuutyEnermom TreuutyEnermomIuiereasc Trtnt Knormoi KnormoiIncrease normoul normoulIlIlrlue
Increase In the Hates Is Propos ProposeiSptetal IroposecSpecial d dSprla
Special Cable able Dtipatctt to THE SUN SUNHAVANA RUNHAANA fVNhAVANA
HAVANA Dec 24 4fho Tho debate on tan tarireform tarll tarllroform tanroforxim
reform was continued In the Senate toda todaSoftor todaHotor todaSofior
Softor Btistamento attacked tho plan pn pnX propOld priposed
pOld posed X cd which Is nlll I tll kept secret on tl tlground tho thoground lii liiground
ground that it suppressed I HOIIIO paragraph paragraphreferred punigrnplreferred i irlfe
referred rlfe rtti to in the reciprocity treaty treat wllthe with wit witthe i ithe
the United States and would thcrefoi thcrefoientltlu thrrerorocntltlu thtreforentitle
entitle tin United States tllI to repudiate tt ttconvention the theConcntlon tironveumtion
convention beciiui < ii tim benefits which wliichought whichought It Itollght
ought to get tinder the treaty would not h hobtained ho hoClhtulnlll hcubtainci
obtained Ctlfta would Hum bo expose oxponoto expoFed expoFedto
to a diplomatic snub from tho Unite UnltaStates UnltldStateR UniteStates
States StatesMoreover StateRMorfoer StatesMoreover
Moreover tlio t hI plan provided prold 1i for aexorbitant a nn nnlxorbltnnt ciexonlitiint
exorbitant Increawi in time duties on son sonprodtictH Itomo Itomoprodllclol sonsiroduicts
prodtictH The tariff on rice for Instunci Instunciwiift InslullctWIIA intuuie15iiS
wiift incteased bier cased 185 per cent on maize II1l1izlJOOO II1l1izlJOOOon 00 00on Goton
on vehicles fhlch R 121 on bottled bcir 89 9 9i o odrier oeider on onIclcr
drier lt 1tJ ItEl < on mineral waters 162 on cut cuilory cutlory culllery
lory t and on surgical ur lcal Instruments f fper 112 112pfr Iimer
per cent cen HR compared with the th proser proserInrifTs present presentInri presertariffs
tariffs Inri Such duties Sertor 01101 Kuslnmeiitcontended Kuslnmeiit Hucetcimerutcontended
contended would shut out European con conetition competition coniPtitiotl I
petition > etition and gteatly gi atly IncreitKi time th cost to tim tliconsumer Iho IhoconuJl1 timconsumer
consumer r A majority of tho increase increaseduties increasecitities < fJcI fJcIchili
duties chili were VeV on articles of general corsumption eonutiinptioii can canouJI1ption
sumption which would Increase Incrca the cost c cliving of of1Ilng oliving
living livingSertor 1IlngSfrlor livingSe
Sertor Se or Bustamonto added that the prenor prenortariff prnt prnttariff presertariff
tariff had hen made hy the Americarwith Americar Amricalllwith kmricnmiwith
with tho idea Idl a of increasing the volume r rAmerlcnn of otnericuin I ImtrlclIJ
Amerlcnn trade of providing for the th cos cosof cost costof cosof
of the th Government of intervention and c creviving of ofrtwlln aroclvhmmg
reviving rtwlln the ho Industrie of Cuba Cubahnd ciba It IthRII I
hnd succeeded admirably for the last tw twyearn two twoCOrl twyears
yearn COrl its II the custom receipts had bee beegood bcpn bcpnKood beegoat
good goat and the condition of the country ha habeen had hadIten habeen
been Iten improved The Th new pliin had b bee beeutiade e emnde en enmad
mad with the Idea of obtaining a revenu revenuof rpvenuoof revenuof
of 1 181000 000000 whereas it should give im 211 28
000000 ns the rates w were rn fo o high highSeflor highKf110r 11gbSefior
Seflor Sllva replied thnt tho rates nr nrpea op oppcorel apPealed
pea pcorel Pealed red high brcauso Senor Bustamont Bustamontliad Ihilltomenteh11 Bmistanmenthad
had selected them arbitrarily but though thougthe thoughIhn thouigthe
the porceutago of IncrenM in some COOS cnewns COOSWill casewas
Will apparently high the present tAriff tariflon tAriffon tarifion
on which the Ih Increaseri Increa < I wore based hll pd wa wavery walt walttry wavery
very try low The plan proposed proposed an uvenig uvenigIncivnso civercigincrease emgo emgoInclIIftJ
increase of 30 per cent whereon tho tariff tnrilof tariffof tnrihof
of 1897 averaged an increase of 37 3n > j percent percenlHo percentthu
Ho II denied that the reciprocity treaty hainot hanot had hadno
not no l been > eii reganlpd regarded In preparing the ho plan planand planmill planand
and salt that hint it had been respected in over overdetail oYt overdetaii ry rydltllil
detail Ho contended that the lowering loweringf lowlrinof
of > f duties hilt its during durlui the intervention intervent Ion had hndllot hndllotJenlflted no noIxneflted uiobenefited
benefited tho consumer CO III1UIIII 1 price remulninj remulninjtho reOluh ng ngtho
tho same sameSeflor MmoHerlor sameSefior
Seflor Redo said that the rcclprocit rcclprocitUvaty rtClproclttt reo1precittrent
tt trent Uvaty Jt placed Cuba In a dllumna She haipithor haeither had hadit
either it her to fact a reduction in her revenue revenue3r reenUor
or expel European trade by raining ra > lng the thtduties IhodUtilS theduties
duties dutiesCURlN dutiesCTMV
Some ome Articles Imported From rom nils 111 Countr CountrThat Coon CountrThat try tryThat
That Enjoy an Advantage AdvantageWAHIIIKOTON tilvantsgeWAt31ItNOT0N II1lnlallA
WAHIIIKOTON A 1111 1 10TO Doc 24 24A A despatch o ouch of ofmuch ol olnitlchi
much uch importnnco to commercial Interest InterestIBS Inltrlllt8has
has IBS just been received by Acting Secretnr Secretnrjooinis Heerttnry SccrehirLooiumis
jooinis from Mr Sleeper United Stateharfi5 State StatC6Charll StateLhargd
harfi5 at Havana in relation to the nppli nppliation appll11lion applinition
ation to business UsinCS of the new Cuban reel reeliroclty reclIlrocity reelProcitY
iroclty treaty Tho Charg says that th thuban tho thoCuhlln thiuban
uban Secretary of State has addressed i icircular a acircular a aircumlar
circular to Cuban Collectors of Customs no noJfying no notifying noLlfying
Jfying them that the treaty will take effeo effeoicginninK eJTrotbrglnnlng effeciieginuming
icginninK the 27th inst In addition to thi thire thoprCl th threc400t
prCl > re rec400t < ent decIanitionH by h ninnufncturors o oiroducers or orprodllcerlol om ommroducers
prodllcerlol iroducers in thn tim United Stolen Slat tho in inoiceH invoices InvoicCl
voices must contain statements that the theirtirled tho thoarllrlll tinirtieks
irtirled are time product pro uct of the soil or in inlustry inlustry
dUltr lustry of tho Unltixl I States StatosSome SlatlJlSoIllO StatesSolute
Some of lie ilatiHtM of thcvtreaty Ih treaty havitlrendy have havoalrlarly havetlrcaiiy
tlrendy been analyzed by the Cuban uhunfrt Treas Treasiry rrsIry aB aBIIry >
iry Department the gloss 106lol schedules coming comingn
In iii n for special attention It has been beenlust cen sot sotled Slttlt
tlt led 1 that window glass 11I811 shall enjoy a to 30per tow ioJtr
per w cent instead of a 25 per cent odvan odvanage advanage odantIIge
age the latter rate applying only to other otheilasH otherglll6l otherlass
glll6l lasH < Porcelains have ha vn a i u 40 per cent centdvnntngo centodOntagu centidvamitag
dvnntngo Cutlery gets a 30 per cent centidvantago relitodanlago centidvituitage
idvantago as do cotton and manufacture manufacturehereof mnllufoctllrtlthereof nmanuufactureshereof
hereof with tho th single exception of knitted knittedoi knittedoods knittedgood
good oi oods > dn which enjoy a 40 o per Jcr cent advantage advantagevilh advantgewilh advauitagoaith
vilh woollen mnnufactiires Printing Print lug paper papernjoy paperenjop papernjoys
enjop njoy a 30 per cent rate white ordi ordimry ardllUll crdiairy
lUll airy paper has a 20 per cent advantage advantageCattlo adantgeCatllo advantageCmittho
Cattlo ore the only onl livo stock that get geta
a L 40 per cent ent advantage other klnda klndaeHlng Icindscettiitg
eHlng etllll only onl 20 per cent reduction Ma Mahinery Mahuinery
chinlr hinery enjoys n i 25 2 per cent advantage advantagexcopt ndvantaloexco advantagexccIIt
exco xcopt lt when copper doe not predominate predominaten
In n wnich case the 20 per cent reduction reductions
I cc s extended xhmdl C1 > Butter bus u 30 per cent centdvontago centIIdlantll centidvantage
IIdlantll dvontago but oleomargarine or mixed mixedutter mixedbutter mixedmutter
butter utter receives a 2n 0 per cent reduction reductionInly rtlluctlollani reductionJuly
ani July merchandise reaching Cuba after the thelino thelilnl timelmntu
lilnl lino at which tho triaty treat takes lak effect thatafter that thRtlit
lit 5 < after 12 oclock on Oh tho night nl ht of the 20th 20thnst 2Cthnat cth cthIn
In nat t shall lmnil enjoy tho benefits of the treaty treatyttROOKLYX treatynROOKU treatyIIIZOOKL1V
tings Grand lury r saM It Can n lie flag IteRUlated lIellIlatld flaglated
lated and Tolls How HowThe 1I0wThl 110wThe
The Kings county COli lit Grand Jury for Deccm Deccmer Droomber
ber > er handed down to tho County Court ycs ycserday ya yalenla yccerdziy
lenla erday a long Ion prcsuntinent in relation rr > lation to tolossonpcr 10J1o touasi4enger
J1o lossonpcr ln cr transportation In Brooklyn upon uponrhichit IIponwhich uponrhiehi
which rhichit It had made extended txtenelftllnqlliry inquiry fter fterailing fllrcalling fteralhing
ailing attention to thin lack of proper proxTraffle properrnfllc proprtraffic
raffle facilities fncllill the crowded condition of oflie ofthe oflie
the lie cars and their lack of heat tim Irregu Irregutrltiis lrrfguInritll irregmuirities
trltiis III tho service u rv ice and tho frequency of ofecident ofaccidents ofecidentec
accidents ecident tho Grand Jury Jur says KIVSTho saysfImo KItITho
Tho mero knowledge Imowlel gn o of the t tie conditlonH condlt ions ex exUriKiit cxthri
1 UriKiit IIIIJr thri n et t the I h bridge hrlc 1 should spurnll Mllllr 0 Ii onriiuthorl onriiuthorllen our ullliorl ullliorlI
II len es not to loni 10 a moment In lvlnc us relief relieflint reliefhat
TIJ lint t the Ih t lie safety Hart an fut F of the t lie public is not of treat greetolceruc treatoncorn rtlitcollCtrlllo
collCtrlllo oncorn to thorn woins Inll to lie evidenced hy h the thenet Ih Ihfilet t lie lieedt
filet net thai no nppronthfs have hll been iirovlded iirovldednr Jlrml d dfor
for nr the Ih WllllninKliurif hihho mnstuuirn lirltlKi which Is I vtlu otlllr othertse > r rs >
11 tse s nearliiK completion nnd that nddltinunl nddltinunlml ntillitlnualulIII
ulIII ml iinprovid I at provci ineiiiM uileit ii ol rrnsslnir rrllf < 11I1 i tli I Ime strcnnt strcnntke strenlice nlIm nlImlik
lik ke e IVrrlfs rrrh whliJi tlm t Ih Ii city dohuII 1211 has liii been bl niithorld niithorldy
II y tlm Ih t I i lecUluture I + gIslict a re to c i purrluiwv Plrch art htill > 1111111 t h I I In pri printe lrlnltr iriate
nltr ate hands hid iii run In a hiiplinzard hue pha xi ui 1 manner man tier when whenproper wtlCnn whenrrolhr
n proper schedule on them I and on the eon MIIItin eonIIIctlll eonethiiii
IIIctlll ethiiii tin r ear servliti would wOllltllrfllrd afford a coiisidorn loll coimaidernlu idlrll idlrllhi
hi 10 lu amount ii flmotiui I or relief to t 0 II liirirt1 hum I sivtlon seet lou of thn thnIty IhoIll t he heicy
Ill icy and would relieve time bridge to that Ihullx Ihullxlent ex exint cxLull
intTho lent Lull Lullrt Tho rt third roll question one which affects affectsur nlflllltolr
olr ur I couir M > I > O to t 0 tin t I it IlrI erenitlst reit < st I ileerve Ih n In vi viw viwor huw huwI w wf
or f th Ihlt t ii many 111111 u imui Icy necUlento which s ti cli It 1I1lIul I t rnuses thnnks IhnllkllII I hu ii ks ksI
II I 11 the t Ii carolew cii rciess inThoils in he of the I he coinimnlrs coinimnlrss Ciili < iii umb It aa
1111 s far r ns relates rlllIl to I the th t Ii repair of thulr t rolllntr rolllntrlock rolllllJtok rout n g gtoek
lock and eleitrlo appliances 11liulII i 10 we WI uv lire ur urIrlc ns nsured Ii Iitired
tired rocelvlnir i the th I in cnrtMul larfuIIlUlItion en rtul I attention at t eat ion of the theails thrh t lie lieaiis >
h ails of thv rtirporntlon It Is poBslbln poBslblnliit IolbJtliH iuosiblutst
tliH liit In time tlllllIIIn vliMi a m IIIllhod ihod will ill hn h found foundheap foun founrtlPun founthelul
heap enouuh to lie attnictlvo nLtTIIIII which will willnscn hIh hIhMeii
1111 nscn the t hi iHrllH caused by Hint means of ofItctrlc OJctrlv iiluctrlc
Itctrlc ctrlv traction tin th manmvimnt 11111 nil CIIII II t will adopt It ItIt ItIf Itr
If r It ever Ilr hpcomeo hco nice convlnwd mum vi nuut thnt t list it will prove proveheiHr pro rol rolthull v vthuiiu
heiHr than the eventual payment of dnnuiKU dnnuiKUnits daolllloIItll ulaniicieuutts
nits rtviiltlni rui It Iii cc troni t roiui accidonts 11111 1111 < Hut hero heroaln hlro1I iertttcta
1I aln ln thorn t bier Is no one 011 empowered iii tos rpil to inuko inukohem IIlllk IIlllkt mimic k t thui
t hem adopt the tll safety > nllI device d cievk bo It ever so soerleet soertect 0 0tllrhcl
erleetIt tllrhcl erleet ertectit
It In readily rpndi seen thnt ns a them arc no laws inwscovern InwfIto lawsgovern
to > govern the t h tie ciiReno vn isse 110 ordinances to bo en vnjroed enford enrrced
ford no authority whixe provlnci It Is to tonforco 10norr tonfotc
norr nforco tliMii < Inr ars rs will continue to be ha over overrowdtdthe overrowdeclt olfrcrnwddthl
rowdtdthe he service will continue CullI to t o he h ir ireiilur III Intiulir
I eiilur people plol will continue to he h subjected subjectedt bJ < ctpd
10 0 t freezing temperatures and drafty drnfth veniclos veniclosin uhichstin hleh hlehIhn
Ihn tin in lack of hendllehts ha lIlIII < on rains the t he E electric electricurrtiil 1IIIIriolurnlIl electrIcLirrutt
urrtiil of tlm Ih third rail detective IItflII1 Insnln Insnlnon hlMulalion
lion on duo to slovenly repairs in the machine machineiops IIlnchlneMhOlJll1wlll uimuchiliiuiuoms
iops will continue eoiit Inile tokill 10 t 0 kill Ic III and a nd innlin mmmii tin i 11101 11101IIncl eoplu eoplunil > opli opliutl >
IIncl MhOlJll1wlll nil there lr is I no redress but the verdict rdlct of oficcHfntnl 0 0urtir1ntal atincidental
incidental hotnleldn on th tjo part art of th thoromr IhCorolllr the theoroner
Corolllr oromr or nt best hl I n verdict for or damn dlllnnIII chainnuie chainnuieu ton toni
III u i it Iln u ciinn where w11 < 1 the Ih nccllcunce of the corpora corporaon lonlumlinn
linn on Is I too flnpram flnpramTlie fineranuTime na rllnt rllntTIll
TIll Grand Jury innkes those suggestions suggestionsT IIIIIC ction8 ction8of
of T a renwxly for the existing exll < tlng conditions conditionsIn
In order to afford some otii rfinrdy rlIlrd tho Ih t he few fewWH fAWIIIWII fewwa
IIIWII WH niid ti ordinances ordlllnll and lxiii tics which vhiI uhi Imvo hn e Iwn fn fnned enrted n nnetf1I
netf1I ned must be h b > c compiled with and freed from fromly fromaunhuhutmltv fromn
n ly nmtilinilly tnhl II which mnlies mol theIr eir xorullon exuuittoniposltile xorullonIntlIII > iton itoniIv
IntlIII iIv > M llile Others 1 lhlr of a stringent nature natureifitlBh nutllrthntllh nattimeotih
ifitlBh perfectly rfpftl fair and reasonable rln onahc pro prodinir prodituc
dinir fvre pcnnlltlPK nnllll for infraction must mustpressed tauntpresseti
1 pressed by h the competent authorities authoritiesiKifclnturt imflhorlulcsgislotuni
iKifclnturt or Council under the clause of of ofIhe otIC
Ihe 10 public welfare and safety afI and their en enirrement Inforremnt enreement
irrement should bo Intrusted to a local localdy loC4lbod locald
bod > d dy of electrical railroad commissioners
SHEARD MUST REFUND 91 91I 51llOO 51llOOormtr 130 130Former
I former ormtr Speaker of the tll Asuemtily Cauil CauilIn Colbt ColbtIn CaugiIn
In a Stock toek Transaction TransactionWATEBTOWV TransctlunWATERTOWN TransactIonWATEflTow
WATEBTOWV N NI Y Doc 24 2Br By a di diclsion do doclslon dtclicion
clsion handed down by Justice Maurice 1 1Wright I IWright L LWright
Wright tho Hon Titus Sheard former formerSpeaker formerly formerlySpeaker formerlSpeaker
Speaker of tho Assembly AlIfC1TIbl I must refuii refuiiabout refund refundaboot refummabout
about II600 1000 on a stock transaction of ivt ivtyears two twoyoorl Isyears
years ago Ho owned stock In tho Fran FrotUnao Froriao Franmue
Unao mue iao Paper Comi Company > auy of Dexter whlc whlcwas which whichWM whicwan
was purchased purch 8cd by the Dexter Sulphlt SulphltComponv 8ulphltoCompany SuhphitConipanv
Company on tho basis of a statement statementtho of oftho C Cthe <
tho liabilities and assets of thn compan companAfter companArter companAfter
After the transfer it was found that th thliabilities tho tholiabilities th thliabilities
liabilities wore larger and tho assets smallc smallcthan Rmallerthlln aenallethan
than reoriented All tho stockholderrefunded stockholderrefunded stockholder tockholdorsrefunded
refunded over 50 per cent except Sheurc SheurcHence Sbe SheardHermee rd rdHnnco
Hence this lila action actionMr actionMr act bit bitMr
Mr Bheanl declared that tho ho propoeitio propoeitioto
to Sell on tlm basis of the statement w wunknown WII8 WII8unkllown wit wittinkimown
unknown to him and that he sold outrigli outriglito outrightto
to Postmaster It J Buck of this city wh whbouplit who whobou ivichouughit
bouplit bou ht it for Dr Charles E I K Campbell of Nei NeiYork New NewYork NeuYork
York president of the foxIer SulphitPulp SuhphltPulp Sulphit HulphltoPulp
Pulp and Paper Company CompanyMOODY CompolIUtlJl Coumpanyi1OhI1
Fled 111 hroni rum Iloston and nd LIed UuClllonorbl Honorably I INew In Inew It Ittes
New tes ew Slexlco aa s tol 01 GraaonDuvan irayson iraysonDKNVKB rlon rlonDrsnm
DKNVKB Dec 24rMoody Merrill wh whwa who whoWilli whiwns >
wa Willi known In Now GW Mexico and the We Wens WP1t WP1tall Vrs Vrsas
ns Col 01 Charles F Clrayson died suddenl suddenlthis suddenly suddenlythlll sucidenithis
this morning at Silver City N M of pneu pneunionia plleulIIonla pitoulnionia
nionia He hi wus formerly president of th thSilv tho thoHlhr hi hiSilver
Silv Silver r City National Hank and during hi hinino hiInr hituiuic
nino yearn Inr resldenco rl illplICQ In the Territory Territor wi wiinterested WBJI WBJIInterested wainterested
interested in mining mlnln He also took up an anably and andILbly amably
ably handled several largo lar o financial propos propostions Jltoposl propositions
tions in the th way of refunding indnbtednei indnbtedneiof
of New ew Mexican counties His record ir irthe intime In InIhe
the Territory l honorable and ho was wl1llghlr wl1llghlrfflt high highesteemed lilghiesteermied
esteemed fflt med The j ne news n os that ho was unin uninnn llIlng llIlngIIn uninan
nn alias and his indictment in Boston o lon croatex croatexa
a great tlltflensation sensation throughout New Mexico MexicoBOSTOX MlxlcoBOSTON Mexicol30aTo
BOSTON Doc 24 24Moody 2 Moody loody Merrill Merrillborn woiborn woi Wlthorn
born in Campton N H in 1S30 Ho com comto comA camto
to Boston studied low and became a power powahero powerhere powehero
hero politically and in the financial world workHn worldHI worldHo
Hn aided in building bulldln up tho street ratlwa ratlwasystem railway railwaylIy rauwasystem
system lIy tem of the city clt only to bo involved in innumber Il Ilnumber u unummhorof
number nummhorof of unsuccussf IInRuc < e flll in financial operations operationiWhen operatlonllWhcn operationsWhen
When his plans failed fall Id and ho lost his hl l ow owfortuno own ownfortune owrfortune
fortune and the money of trustful relative relativeand relativesand relativeiand
and friends Merrill disappeared In 1803 Fo Foten For Fortln Foiterm
ten years ho lived 1111111 in Silver City under thi thinamnof thname the thenam01
namnof name of Col Charles Charl F 0 Cirayson CiraysonAt GmIOnAt iraysonAt
At ono time liii Merrill was wa worth 1000000 1000000but 1000000bllt 1000000hut
but when ho canio back to Boston last Ma Maho May Mayho Mayho
ho said that ho had exhausted all his ro rosources rGf tosources
sources f in sending 120000 OOOO to pay acute ohclaims oh old oldcluim oldchums
claims In Boston He made and lost man manfortunes many manyfortun manyfortunes
fortunes fortunesMerrills fortun fortunMorrllllI fortunesMerrills
Merrills greatest achievement while hlla t tmember a amtlI1hlr axneunhsr
member of the legislature was tho aboli aboiltlon abolition aboliion
tlon ion of tho old State constabulary Ho ox oxposod oxpo6d cxposed
posed tho corruption of that organization organiwitioiso or anl711tlon anl711tlonAD
so successfully l1cet rull that I IIIL the bill hlllllbolifhll1lt abolishing UK UKforce theforce timeforce
force was passed Ii 1 over the th Governors veto vetolnst vetoLast to toLast
Last spring hn was arrested in New York Yorland Yorkand Yorkand
and was brought back to Boston to face facean faceau fllcean
an au Indictment of embozling S12000 from fromMrs fromIrs fromMcii
Mrs Irs Sarah Cohen Ho was released on
10000 I hall > ail and returned to New fW Mexico MexicoAfter MexicoAfter dexiooAfter
After his departure another indictment indictmentwas
was 01 returned against IIgnln t him and recentlyhe recently rtIJfI1U rtIJfI1UhI
he was I defaulted He leaves 1 11S a wlfo and andone alldone andone
one son sonPresident sonPrrsldent sonPresident
President Littleton Brother Dead DeadMartin UtadMartin IeadMartin
Martin W Littleton President of th thBorough thc thoBorough thcBorough
Borough of Brooklyn received news yes yestorday yeshMY yesterday
torday of the death of his brother Sanford SanfonNelson SanfordXtI1on SanfordNelson
Nelson Littleton at Knoxville Tenn The Thilatter Tholuller Thelutter
latter was prominent In Democratlipolitics Democratli Democrallopolitics Denmoeratlcpolitics
politics and had served as Mayor of Knox KnoxVille Knovilla Knotvihle
Obituary Notes NotesJohn N NotesJoin1 otlS otlSJohllH
John JohllH H nrnx rox tOil a prominent worker foi foithe fomthe torIIw
the advancement of the negro und one of th thbest the theb thibest
best b 8t known colored citizens of Brooklyn Brooklyndied Drookndied Brooklyndied
died at hU hi home 818 Lafayette avenue or orTuesday onTucAda orTuesday
Tuesday He was born In Virginia in 1WO 1WOWhen I 1840When O OWhen
When a small boy bo he made Ills way 0 to tills tillscity tNsclt tlmIcity
city clt und secured employment He 11 Will up upuolnted up upDolntut1 opnolated
uolnted superintendent of tho Continental ContinentalLife ContlnlntulLICe ContinentalLife
Life Insurance Bulldlntr In 187n which place plawhe plarohe placehe
he held at the tlmo of 1U l liii s death lie was wiubiehly WI WIhlgbl washlghir
biehly esteemed by b his employers Durint Durintthe Durinathe Durinthe
the years urll that he ban ha been about the Insur Insurance IMuranI insuronce ¬
once building ho made many friends and In Invested Intld Invested ¬
vested tld his money In real estate and otliir otliirsecurities olhrIIlcurlllcII othcersecurities
securities so thnt when 11l1I hn Ii died he h owned ownedseveral OWlIlrtOIC owned ownedaeveral
several OIC YCTIl 1 houses hou lII In the vicinity Iellllt of his hi homo and nndhad andhud andhad
had HSOOiKi 001 In bank besides several verHI heavy hea n In Inturanee Insurauce Inurnllce
turanee policies on Ills life 1 He II was II mem memIRT memtfr ruieumher
her of the African Mutual Relief Society amid nndhe l1udtht amidthe
the he tcly t Clubof New York and Newport Newportand Newportend
and served 1 Ted on the vestry of St t Phillips PhillipsProtestant lhllllplIlroltAtant IiuhilipiuProtestant
Protestant Kpiscopal Epl colJol Church for sixteen 51 xteen years yearsHe yearslie Itlrlt ItlrltHI
He in I survived by r his wife three sons and andtwo andtwo andtwo
two daughters daughtersOen daulhtlrOn
len Alfred Perkins Rockwell of Boston Bostoniced Bostolla BostoimsFed
a iced ed 6fti 8 69 died suddenly of heart failure In InSew InScw inNow
Sew Haven yesterday clIl Irt hi He was there thereon
on > n a visit I It and had mud n call at the Con Conlecticul Conrmeeticut
lecticul Agricultural Experiment Station Stationoon Stationuoon
oon > after which he wns taken ill He was waslorn Washorn
horn lorn in Norwich Conn arid was graduated jrraduutedrom graduatedfrom
from rom Yule University In ISIS 185 Ho then studied studieduinlns stuidiedruining
ruining ciiKlnecrlni at Yule und In London Londonmd Lornhonnd
md nd Saxony Saxon > Ho served through the civil wnr wnrIrst wnrlrst
Irst ns Captain of the Connecticut Light LightHnttery lIghtflattery
flattery and then ns Colonel of the Sixth Con Conlectlctit Conmectictlt
lectlctit Volunteers and was brovetted brovettedUrljradlerOenernl braruntedhlrlgadlerGcnertl
UrljradlerOenernl for gallant and dUtln dUtlninished dlstimirucished
inished services In 18ft isni He wns for three threerears threeveers
rears professor of mining engineering1 In the thekale theaie
kale aie scientific school nod for five years in inho
1 ho MassachiiBisttfl Institute I of Technology Technologylo
lo vu president of the Eastern nsterut Kallrond Kallrondow
ow > time lloflton and Maine road from fromo lR7o lR7oo
o 1870 Hn loaves one dutiBhler Diana Dianalockwell W WFiockiroll
lockwell of Iloston HU wife died sovcrul sovcrulrears sovcriciears
rears nun nunDr awDr
Dr Daniel Embury Klssam a nsldent of ofhintlneton ofhmntlimgtoum
hintlneton L I 1 died In his homo Ketown Ketownnoke Ketewamioke
noke HuntluKton Harbor la last t nIght Dr Driissam DrlUssain
iissam from 181S to 1888 practised as a aihyHician arihysiclan
ihyHician und surifpon In Brooklyn He HeVOH Hesea
sea n nntlVH of New York city and wan born bornin
in Oct 3 1817 Ho hI was visiting sureeon of ofhe ofhe
he Brooklyn Hospital and perfected many manyxmtrivnnces manyontrlvaness
xmtrivnnces for survlcal onerntlona In InS63
S63 56 he volunteered us a surgeon und went
0 the front Dr Kl KiQsanm am was married on onlimn enruu
ruu limn It 1830 to Miss Hannah Aymnr ynmar of Now Nowkork cuv cuvonl
kork onl city Hu leaves three children childrenRobert chIldrenflobert
Robert Burnet Jr 36 years ears old died at atma
18 North orth Walnut stre street t last Orange the tholome thecommit
commit of his father early this morning of ofipinal ofiiInal
ipinal meningitis Ho was taken III them themlist thereuist
list Tuesday while on u visit He lived in inuRAvillc intisOtllC
uRAvillc amid was enciiRed In business In Ini inew
i > ew York The funeral services will ho held heldn
in > n Saturday at his fathers home The Rev Revlames 11evium
ium lames M ludlow Pastor of the Munn Avenue Avenunresbyterlan Avenuererhiyteriari
resbyterlan Church of which he wan a anemher aii
nemher ii her will vhi I oflkliito oflkliitoThe ofileliitelIme
The Rev Henry Vllllams Ankerley en enears 8 8ears
ears old Is dead in KliiKaton N Y after nfterin
in in illness of three months He had been ixen n nnember aucoiber
nember of the Methodist Conference since sinceS84
S84 At the time of his tim death he was pastor pastorif
if the Klfton M E Church He was a son sonIf on onif
if tln < Into Ilev Annnlis Ackcrloy and U Uurvlvcd Isurvtved
urvlvcd by n widow amid two sons one l being beinglie > ln > r rlie
lie lIe lev K 1 K Aokerley ami nil by om > brother brothervim brotherslun
vim In the Ilev J 1 W S AcUerlcy of Ihllmont IhllmontJames lIitlnicintlnmues
James I Bogart need El ono of the lend lendn lendrig
rig n civil engineers of Connecticut died ye yeerdny yes yeserclay
erdny nt his home In New Haven of pneu pneuiiunln mmmciimanIa
manIa Ho aims a graduate of tho ti Shiftleld Shiftleldicleiitiflc shiurneklelemtIflo
icleiitiflc School In the clans of ly 72 mind wits witshe wiishe
he flmt etiBineer of if the Hhelltlfth Cornmls CornmlsIon Comnmlston
Ion in Connecticut His brother Is John H Hlosnrt IItogart
losnrt n 1 well known newspaper man of New Nework ew ework
ork He leaves n widow nnd two daughters daughtersrapt daughtersmint
rapt mint John A Honker 74 years old of 327 327ommunlpHW 327ticinmuintiiuv
ommunlpHW avenue Jersey ferses City died led of ofpoplexy ofpoilcxy
poplexy yesterday In n inclflonvenue Iocflio avenue trolley trolleyur
ur nt Iaclllc and Johnston avenues that thatIty thathr
Ity Hn ii ovtu ovii > d several towboats which whichro whichro
ro used In and around New York harbor harborle
le wa president of the t lie Honker Controetlne Controetlneonipany ontracttrmgnhianv
onipany mind of thin Taylor DredElnK Corn Cornany Xinmiiy
any He leaves n widow and ono daughter daughterHenry ditmighiterIleuury
Henry flay NVsbltt of Port Deposit Md MdUhcr Mdather
Uhcr of Mrs France wife of Dr Joseph I Irancc Iriince
rancc died yesterday In n Italtlmore Ibult I uiiere ho hoItnl bios biosiltal
Itnl Hn was a native of California and WM wasru
ru 1 hl hula eightythird year Ills dauKhtor dauKhtorIrs
Irs Krnnce wns formerly Mrs Jacob Tome TomeIfw TomeIfe
Ifw of that founder of tho tIm Tome Institute ut utort atnut
ort Dc lrltosit > o < lt She l hwcaume > octtmi the WIlt of Dr Drrancc Drraumuc
rancc last sininncr sininncrJohn stumuimitrlehn
John Or Gruuny nin y a well known Republican Republicanf
f Willlninsbiire Ihlla uushiurc died on Wednesday Ved nesitr y night nighti rd tthit tthitii
ii i his MxtvolHhtlr year in his home nt 112 112lorth tmiortbi
lorth Dlclitli street Hn was born In lr lrind Ire Iresod
sod Hlxtvsven years ace his parents piirentscttled parentsttieij
cttled In th section of Williumsburg where wheroo
it o died For many years hn wa was tho trean treanrcr trasrcr
rcr of the Holy Name Society of thin Church Churchf
f SS Peter find Paul PaulMrs lniilMm
Mrs Mm ieorgo eorge Temple Mayo whose husband husbandi
i In th Il real estate business nt no Liberty Libertytreot libertytreet
treot died yesterday at her home 2 i KHS KHSIftyllfth iasthftvllfthu
Iftyllfth street where her stepfather stepfatherkllllMtn stifahheru
u kllllMtn Wlnlow Rliennan iuerii ii ci also a Iso lives I I s Mrs MrsIiyo iIrsIVi
Iiyo wns Wa Ml s ydlth Eu it Ic Tysen the I lie diiUBhter diiUBhterf
f Hnymond M Tysen a lawyer of this city cityJustin cItyhuatiti
Justin M i Xoonan a former Jersey City Cityaii it ittii
aii died cit if chronic indigestion yesterday yesterdayt
t his Itt honiB In St Iouls Ho mm wan n member memberf
f the firm of Noonim A 1 Koclan dealers In Inrtlns Inrtlsts
rtlns material H lie was n broth brnthr r of ofosoph ofosephm
osoph M Noonnn formerly Anl Assistant t nt Vroso Vrosoutor lrosoutor
utor of thu tholieas Ileas of Hudson county countyjoTTixas countyJOTTINGS
JOTTINGS AitoiT roirv roirvrrnnrrmfnis rolr rolrtrnIngemeumta
trnIngemeumta rrnnrrmfnis for tin lti formal or nwntng > > nlnc or thf thfoccr 11wogcr
occr torrts Jumel pronrrty at itxith strut and andiniHrrd andmnsterdamn
iniHrrd mnsterdamn m avenue at t 5 u clock next Monday after afterlou fwr fwrion
ion lou have b bee n completed Parlc Commissioner Commlvlonernilcox CommissionerfllIeo
nilcox will preside at tbc crremontesinil UUhop UUhopotttr lliahmopotter
otttr and Senator Ueoew will ako optocbe3 ptec
The Greal Jrad 0
icr Vally lIrsa4 u uWILLIAM
i4 i4A
Na Says > n Also That lie Is of Newmarket N l lThe 1lice
The Only Mr lr H Smith of Newmarket NewmarketIs
Is a Urollicrof IlrothierofMrstliarlrabIalrWlmo IlrothierofMrstliarlrabIalrWlmoWas MrsnmrleslKalrTOio MrsnmrleslKalrTOioHas
Has Killed With ItIl Her Husband In Part PartELirAHKTir ParisEuamiaTur
0 J u 0 0saul
ELirAHKTir N J Dec 24 24A A man who whosaid
said his hil name was Smith and that he otunn otunnfrom oamnfromNemwnmarketNJcuhledatthemorgue
from fromNemwnmarketNJcuhledatthemorgue Nowmurkct N J called at tho morgue morguehero 0 0lnro
hero this afternoon to view the remains remainsof 0 0of
of a man who is thought to have been killed killedby 0 0by
by falling from from a Pennsylvania passenger passengertrain passengertrain
train between hero and Railway last Tuen Tuenday 0 I Iday
day Smith said that his brother William WilliamB 0
B Smith of Nowmnrkot NJwn missing missingHo
Ho could not Identify the body at the thoniorguo 0
morgue niorguoTho I ITlcm
Tho only William B Smith of Nnwroarkek NnwroarkekN 0 I IN
N J Is the brother of Mrs Chiirlefl L Fair Fairwho Fairwho
who was killed in an automobile accident accldintIn
In Franco about a year ago William H HSmith BSmith
Smith has no brother living in Nowmorkot Nowmorkotthough 0 0thotigh
though them is a halfbrothor Abraham AbrahamNelson cbnmthaniNelson
Nelson who is also a halfbrothor of the tholute thelute
lute Mrs Fair and ono of tho Fair heirs heirsWilliam l s sWilliam
William B Smith who bus come to ho hoknown hnknown
known BH the Mayor of Newmarket Newmarketwas
was the keeper of a small baJ bakery < ry there therebefore therebefore
before the death of Mrs Fair Since that thatlimn t 0 0 0than
limn hn apparently has been In affluent affluentcircumstances affiuiontcircumstances
circumstances The man who called at attho atthe
the niorguo this afternoon drove up In H Hstylish a4tyilshm
stylish carriage but whilo there thurolmndmpped thurolmndmppeda hn dropped droppedi
i remark that his automobile had broken brokendown 0 I Idown
down by tho was wuvThe wasThe
The visitor wore nn auto cap a style of ofheadgear 0 0headgear
William B Smith SmithHo I IHo
headgear of late worn by
Ho said that his brother had loft home in inNewniarket i iNcwmarket
Newniarket two or threo days ago and andthat 0 0 0lint
that his friends were anxious as to his hiswhereabouts 0 0svlmereabotits
whereabouts He further said that hi hihrothors his hisbrothers
brothers wife had gono to Chicago In search searchjf 0 0of
jf her husband husbandeld hushamidTwo
Two days ago it was repottect In Plain Plainfleld
fleld eld that William B Smith had gone West Westn VeptIn
In n connection with a rumored settlement settlementf
of f the Fair will case There was a story storyo 0 0to
to o the effect that ho had purchased a ticket ticketor tickettorlloulderCol
torlloulderCol or Boulder Col whoro whonmabrotherisongagod a brother is engaged engagedu 00 00in
in u the mining business businessTho businessThe
The same story has it that the sum of
1125000 had been proffered to the Fair Fairlelrs Fairheirs
heirs In Newmarket by the Oelrlchses as a asettlement i iwttlement
settlement of their claims against tim Fair Fairstate 0 0estate
state It was said that William B Smith Smithitorted Smithstarted
started for Colorado to consult his brother brotherilxmt broIhirabotit
ilxmt the he offer Who called at thin morgue morguehis unorguethis
his afternoon Is a question that cannot 1m 1msettled bitsettled
settled just now nowIt ii iiIt r
It is certain that ho was no brother of ofiVilliam ofVIlllam
iVilliam B Smith The description of the thonan theman
nan who culled nt the morgtio does not notally nottally
ally with that furnished of Abraham Abrahamkelson Abrahamolson
olson who is said to be at Caldwell N J Jrlth Jwith
with the mother of Mrs Fair FairInquiries FairInquiries
Inquiries made tonight reveal tho foot foothat factthat
hat William B Smith has not been in Now Nownarket Nowmarket
market for several days daysPUAINFIELD daysPLUNFIELD
PUAINFIELD N J 7 Dexs 24 24William William B Bimith Bl3niitlm
imith of Newmarket brother of the bite latoilrs biteMrs
Mrs Charles L Fair left Plainfield Plainfieldnight Monday Mondaylight
light via the Baltimore and Ohio for Bout Bouller BoutIcr
ler Col It is reported that a Hot settlement settlementtias t lemon t tias
tias ias been madn by the local Fair heirs where whereiy whereLcy
Lcy iy they receive 125000 nach The oIlier othornemlHrs oIliernembsrs
nemlHrs of the family have heard of no noeti notell
tell lenient lenientDBVVKB 0
DBVVKB Col Dec 24 24William William B Smith Smithias
ias not notartived arrived in Boulder Boulderalter BoulderFlatter
alter M Slcbblns Acquitted of Murder MnnlerCHICAGO MurderCHICAGO
CHICAGO Doc 24 Z4Waiter Walter M Stebblns Stebblnscivil Stebblnsi
i civil engineer was today acquitted of ofhe ofhe
0 0if
he murder of Walter A Scott late president presidentf
if f the Illinois Wire Company Stebbins Stebbinstabbed Steimbinustabbed
tabbed Scott last summer with a paper pnpernifo papercnifo
nifo In a row between the two men iu the thofRces theiflicres
fRces of the wire company in the Monad Monadock Monadmock
mock Building BuildingDinner Buildingflinntr
Dinner to Comptroller Grout CrontA
A complimentary dinner awaits Comp Comproller Comproller
roller Edward M Grout at thin Brooklyn Brooklynlub
lub on Wednesday evening next It Itrill ItrUt
rill be given by Gen James MoLeer and andtoff andtaff
toff of the Second Brlgadn on his hi retire retirement retirerent ¬
rent from his place us Judgn Advocate Advocatefter Advocvitnfter
fter ton years service servicelltSINtHS serviceI1USlNIq
Mr Wlniluwii Soothing Syrup far children childrenicthlnc childrenetlllng
icthlnc softeni the cuins reduces Inflammation Inflammationlayi 0 01iay
layi pain cureawlnd colic dlarrbcra 26o Aca a bottle bottlrDIED bottleDIED
IOUKERSuddcnly OTJKER Suddenly at his residence SJ7 Com Communlpnw Cantmunipaw
munlpnw av Jersey City John Anderson AndersonUouker Andersonliouker
Uouker In the 75tb year of his age ageFuneral agoFuneral
Funeral tervlcv ut tlio Lafayette Reformed ReformedCUurch ReformedCburch
CUurch Saturday Dec SO nt 3 P I M MROWN 21IROVNOn
IROVNOn ROWN On Wednesday Doc 23 at IV West West67th 0 067th
67th St Margaret Wlndlc wife nf the lain lainCharles 0 0Charles
Charles W V Drown of Stamford Coon and anddaughter anddaughter
daughter of the late Henry 11eum 1ndlt WuuitileFuneral 1ndltFuneral
Funeral services will be held at the iii residence of ofMr WMr
Mr Frank Swan 45 4loutiist South St Stamford Coon OonnSaturday CoonSaturday
Saturday at 12 noon noonUnXET naomiUxiNF1SuddenI
UnXET UxiNF1SuddenI Suddenly on Dec 14 1903 Robert RobertHurnet Robertflumet
Hurnet Jr mn of Robert and Sarah Unmet UnmetFuneral 0 0 0Funeral
Funeral Saturday Dec 20 nt 3 P M from rae tboborne raehome
borne of his parents 23 North Watuut St East E4lOraiije EastOrange
Orange N J Picas omit flowers flowersAilLIN IlowersfAfLlEdward
fAfLlEdward AilLIN Edward 1ercy Hamlln aged thirty thirtyyears 0 0 0years
years youngest son of ieorge n 1 Hanilln at atIiaytona l lUa
Ua Iiaytona > tooa Florida Wednesday December 3rdL
1903 1903DN1S 1903ONhSAt
ONhSAt DN1S At Flushing L I I on Tuesday Dec a a1U03 21asia
asia Julia N 7 beloved wife ot David Jones JonesRelative JonesRelatives
Relative and friends arc respectfully Invited to toMlrnd toattend
attend the funeral service at Kt Johns Church CbtircUCold ChurchCold
Cold Spring Harbor L I 1 on Saturday Dec DecItu
28 itw at 1245 P M t Carriages In waiting M MCold atCclii
arrival ot train leaving leavingLane
Cold Sprtric station on 0 0Long
0 0IAYOtt
Lane Island City at into A M MAYO i
IAYOtt AYO At the residence of her father W W WSherman WStiermarm
Sherman S4 East S5th tb at ThursdayIHo Thursday Duo DuoltSO 34 34IWQ
IWQ EdIth wife tmlf nf ieoreo Tcniplo Mayo MayoFuneral p pFuneral
Funeral services at the Church of tlm Incarna Incarnation lncamnaulon ¬
tion Madlou av and 33th at Saturday ScitIincta at atI03i 0
I03i 10 oclock A M Kindly omit flowers flowcraANDOU flowersANDOLOn
ANDOU ANDOLOn On Wednesday moraine Dec 23 ISO ISOJames m903Jamea
James Iluttcrworth Kandol In his 08th rear rearFuneral searFuncrat
Funeral services on Saturday at 12 oclock at atMi atIiii
Mi Late rvsldenre 17 Wtjt 73d st Interment Intermentprivate internmentprivate
private San Francisco and European paper paperplease paperpicasum
please copy copykKES copyVKlt
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1003 Ocoreti Sykes In his rOd year yrarFuneral yearFuneral
Funeral services at Ruckvlllc Saturday Mth Mthtnst 26thlost
lost at 130 13 I U UTHITE IffluTESuddenly
fluTESuddenly THITE Suddenly at Brooklyn navy y iard iardlVednciday rd rdWednesday
Wednesday Dec 23 IfOJ Edwin White Reor ReorAdmiral IteordmiraI
Admiral dmiraI U t S N retired 00 O years of age of ofPrinceton t thriuiccton
Princeton M J JServices J I Iierviccs
Services at the chapel Naval Academy Annap Annapoil
oil Md on Snturdar morning Deo 30 30thence 26thence
thence to the naval cemetery Ix Local > cl and andforelcn andforeign
foreign papers phase c coal py pyThe I IC1lETEiIILit
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auMletim above ground Office 2 xi RroadSt RroadStHKUGIOLS flrcSd SI SIIIELIGiOUS
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Id 44th Street The ll itv v David II Ofcr D I n nctor ncleF
cleF Service nn Christmas Day at It oclock oclockr
r Grcr will preach preachPERSONALS
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