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TilAGE TB TEGEHRE FSTAGB HERE AN ANI ANDABROAD ABR ABROAD
4 PREDICTION IREDI07IOl I7f I 11 REGARD T TniSIXKHS TO TOnlfS Ti Tinrstxiss
niSIXKHS nlfS Iff 1904 1904AntlSemltlim 194 194nt j9 4 4AnllSrfldtUm
AntlSemltlim nt tmllm In France Fnoe and nd AntiMil AntiMiltsrlJiu AntII AntiMilliaIianI
tsrlJiu In Germany Grrmn nullng Rulns Popula PopulaTante IopulrII PopulsTaateLamcnt
II Tante Tllrlmrnt TaateLamcnt lament or Sirs Ir HobbesCraltl HobbesCraltlIn 10bbrtIle 10bbrtIleIn
In tendering tnderln today today to the members membr8 o oIho of ofIhe c cthe
the theatrical thMtrlcl profession the compliment complimentof cmplhlents cmplhlentsIr
Ir of tho t h season Mon wo wish to add as a a predlctio predlctiotint predicton predictonlbnt
tint business hu lnef will w1 lie hotter hltter during the tjO nox noxmid next nextand nezarid
We believ believtills lilesthis
mid fast approaching approlcllng year yer lltwt
tills on tho tim principle that It cannot lx > mud mudworxe murhwor inue inueworse
worse wor e than It has boon boonMaurice bn bnIaurlc boonMaurice
Maurice Iaurlc DonnayV oL Lo Relour R toU toui de Jriiiialeiii Jeru Jerusnlem Jerunll
snlem nll is II ii drawing big audiences nudlencE1 at th thiymnnse the theOyll ttiiyinnflse
Oyll iymnnse e Paris Its 11 J appeal appal Is to the bases basesof batRt batRtof
of race prejudices prjudices and Its Is success 8UeI at th thvery tho thoIery thvry
very timo huh whon tho Dreyfus Dryfu case C is belli bellir beilp 101111rcoIlliIdered
r rcoIlliIdered xjiwldered tml ldero is significant slgnlfout of the intensi intensipublic Inteml Intemlplblo lntenMpublic
public fooling tlnK In regard rgard to that unluckjman unlucky unluckyInn unluck
man plblo Whether he is cleared olea or not tin tiniwpulnco IheIPlluro titP0Pt1101O
iwpulnco Inn IPlluro will wl swear that tht re he was WB guilt guiltbecauso Kulty Kultyenu gu1ltbCflt1l
becauso enu n ho was W Wfl And the playwright hai haiworked hMwork haworkP1
worked work d this antipathy anUpthy so s cleverly into Ilto tin tinpattern thepter ttipattern
pattern of his hi play plar that its 11 every perform performpen prtorm prtormt
pter pen II is a scene 8ctne of 0 tumult The same Ime wui wuiv WMCp
t v tt ttll MH1 MH1li
IJth4ima IJth4imaIi
when Octave Mlrbua
I c afic MBuHlulJH MBuHlulJHI
li Cp I iiiisiness Ilslne 30 was played playe at at the Franrvaise FranrvaiseIn Fral Fran alHo alHoIn aiseIn
In Germany frmany party part feeling felng usually Ulaly run runhigh rUM rUMhigh nithigh
high when the army Is l attacked attcked for attack attacklevelled atuc nttiukiIevtIltd
levelled leltllo at the sacred scred person prn of the thl Kmperu Kmperunever Bmptur BmpturnoVfr Emperonever
never noVfr se I ec < > the footlights toUght though tbouh they ma macreep may maycrep macreop
creep into view once onc only on the tht pages pnpeM o oa of ofa oa
a crep newspaper LisemajiBt6 U8cmo L acmajst s is the throa throawhich Imat tiiriawhich
which hlch nowappr clubs club into subjection 8ubjoton Importlnen Importlnenauthors hUrUnuntI inpertiiieriiiuthors
I nuthor authors artists nrUlt and playwrights playwrght who dare durto dareto dento
to think aloud Only recently a novel wa wasuppressed waa waaaUppreAIU WaIaupprcssed
renty
suppressed because beuf It dealt with a too to fre frehand fre frehand <
hand with wih the subject Hubjetof subjectof of military mltrybrutalte8 mltrybrutalte8Yet brutalities brutalitiesYet
Yet a new play ply called cle Zapfenstrelch ZapfenstrelchThe Zpfeltrelch ZpfeltrelchTe
The Te Tattoo Tato has ha had much success successwhile suc sucwhie aucceieiwhile
while whie it really rel contains cntns covert cvert criticism criticismof
of the tll army amy Its Is author Is L Herr lerr Beyorleln Beyorlelnwho Byerlein Byerleinwho Beyorleinwho
who Is I also als the writer wrier of a military miltry romanci romancientitled romanc romancenttle romancentitled
entitled Jena or Sedan Beyerleln Byerlein win winis whoi
enttle is i quite young is San Immaturo as un artist artistBriefly artlt artltBrlefy arthitilnietly
Briefly Brlefy Qulo the story Iry of MTheTaUo Tho Tattoo is 1 ef offectlve effUve effectlve
fectlve It occurs ocUI in the barracks brack a of ofprovinca1 i iprovincial 1
provincial prolncll Alsatian Alatin town not far fron frontho fromtho fronthe
tho frontier tronter A sergeants 8ergents daughter daughterAdrcAen daughterKMreh I IKlarchen
AdrcAen KMreh n is i i discovered discver late Ite one night li lithe In Iithe I Ithe
the room rom of von to lA1fen Lauffen xjuffen a Lieutenant Lieutenantby Lleutlnlt I Iby
by her sweetheart swotbot Helblo leblg who la I only t ttubsergeant n a asuhiiergeant I Iubfrgent
tubsergeant ubfrgent Ho is not btrothed betrothed to the thegirl thegirl thegirl
girl but she has ha given him a half promise promisetho prontiseHtIig I IHr
HtIig strlk strikes hi hia luperlor ofcr ofYlcer wlh with withthe i ithl
the Hr thl result rtult that he is courtmartialed courtmartialedtrial curtmartalt The Thetrial Thetrial
trial scene ne is engrossing engr0lng lu internal internalTho Inwrl InwrlTho intsrHtTue
Tho girls name by common cmmon accord has hasboon hal ha habeen
boon kept out of ofthe the affair atalr and the Judge Judgeis
is at his hi wits end when KlUrchen KtTc en uppear appearsnnd uppearnnd uppearand >
nnd asks nk8 that her testimony testmony be accepted acceptedShe
She confesses everything everthing thinking thining thus to tonave toiotve
nave 10 cn0B the accused acu8ed from frm dire dir punishment punishmentBut pUlhhllnt pUlhhllntBut
But she only complicates cmplcate matters mater HIT HITfather Htrrather Hetfather
father tho sergeant srgeant challenges chaleng his hisdaughters hl hldaughter liltdaughter >
daughter seducer sducer forgetting rorgettng In his hi just justwrath jURtwrlh Jnstwrath
wrath wrlh that he is I Ij an inferior Inerorofcer inferlorofficer officer Laufltn Laufltncannot Lau7encannot oun ouncannot
cannot fight fght with wih him for military mUtary Jawtforbid laws lawsforbid lawHforbldj
forbid but he offers otor his h h1 life le as a a a I recom recompense rem rempelh recompensehIs ¬
pense pelh pensehIs his one act throughout thrughout which Is not notvile 10t 10tviead notvileand
vile vileand and again the girl intervenes Intervene She Shedeclares Shedlclare Shedeclaree
declares dlclare viead that agn she alone is to blame blme that thatshe thataebgn thatahe
she began the affair aalr And then her father fatherin
aebgn in his fury fur shoots 8hot8 her dead dea It seems seemsto eeml aoemeto
to be tho true te outcome outcme of such a sordidentanglement sordid sordidentanglement Irdid Irdidentanglement
entanglement entanglementLauffen entanglementQuOen entanglementLauffern
Lauffen has hl been bn accepted oepted by Germans Germansas Germansa
as a the typical lieutenant leutnntwhIch lieutenantwhich which is rather ratherpitiful ratherpitul ratherpitiful
pitiful pitul This Th Lauften Lulen when asked ked by the theregiment thorgient theregiment
regiment rgient to t resign reign and marry mar his victim victimreplies victm victmreple victimreplle
replies reple that he hM no objection objeton to t her herj It Itis ItIs itIa
is her vulgar vlgar family lamly that he cannot endure endureThe endureThe I
of the has en endeared endeared I Ideard
The Thl subacid lubald irony Irny piece piee ¬ I
deared deard It in Germany Oenany especially espeialy to the thesocial theaoolal
social Boll democrats democrtl who joyfully jofuly hall hal any anydepreciation anydprIaton anydepreciation
depreciation dprIaton of the army armyCl any anyn
Cl cia U 1 OKIi 0 0I 4ll rr rrIt
It I appears to t u us that Erich Eri Hartlebens HartlebensHoMnoiontag Harlebens HarlebensRNJOnta Hartleben8Icenmontag
HoMnoiontag RNJOnta despite despit Its Is sentimentalitylyWter sentimentality sntientiy sntientiyI sentlmentalltyfiylvttter
I lyWter ttt1 wit than thn Beyerlcina Berlein melodramatic melodramaticnlotjre melodramato melodramato1otf meodramatloplotire
nlotjre 1otf Mr George Grgf Alexander will wl play playRichard playtbf ptaythe
tbf the unappy unhappy her hero In the Balebn flartleben play playIn
In Lndona Londona part part which would suit suitRkmad suitRtttbard
Richard Rkmad Mansfield Mafeld The Te Conned Cnrled companypreaented company companypreoentad cmpany cmpanyprnt
preoentad the drama drR several seasons lnR ago agoIt agoI agoIt
prnt sver
It is etill ItU a favorite favorie in Berlin rln the Emperor Emperorhaving Fmrerr Fmrerrhalng Emperorhaving
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having I honored honor it I with his imperial Impera and andIndisputable andIndputble andlndlputable
Indisputable Indputble approval approvalJohn apprva apprvaJohn approvalJohn
John Oliver Olver Hobbes Hobbs laments laent the diaap diaappearance dlMpplornce disappenrance
pearance plornce of the jeune premier peie In modern modernplays moder moderplays modernplays
plays He was WI absurd perhaps viewed viewedwith vlowe viewedwith
with the cynical oylcal eyes of our own day yet yethe yethe et ethe
he was wa w a joy a comfort cmfort eVen eon a delight delightto delgh
to romantic women womenand and others other Mrs MrsHobbenCralgie Mr MrsHobbesCraigie
HobbenCralgie HobbsCrigie rmanto believes beleves that the thrilling thrillingBpeech thrllQg thrllQgeh thriiiiigspeech
speech of yesteryear Better death than thandishonor thAndishonor thAndiahonorl
dishonor eh yelteryelr1 would be b laughed aUlbed now nol out of oftoday ofthe ofthe
the thetre theatre Wort Worst of al all the leading man mantoday mantoday
today still tries tres to look lok like lke a jeune jeunepremier jene jenepremie 3eunepremier
premier premie premier 8t1 And asks Bk8 the critic crtic in the Lon Loncated Ln Lndon London
don Academy can ono talk lke like a domlt domasti domasticated
Acatml
cated eote poodle pdle and pass pl for Prometheus PrometheusJamos Prometheu8JamO PrometheusJames
James JamO K Hackett will wl produce prouce the new newBroadhurst lew lewBrohult newBroadhurst
Broadhurst play Tho Crown C n Prince Princ In InSpringfield InSprngfeld inSpringfield
Brohult
Springfield Sprngfeld this evening eveningIt evenlnp evenlnpI
It I Is safe afe to wager that David Belasco Belascowill Bewcoi llclascowill
will i give the world a I religious relgiou play someclay some someday sme smeday
day He saw sw MPallfol Parsifal rehearsed rhcre and was wasimpressed wa waImpreseed a
impressed Impr by its It potentialities potentialitiesWhat potentalte potentalteWhat
What we wonder at is only why composers composershave composer composershave
have failed falN to seize the operatic operto quality qualityof qualy qualyot
of Maeterlincks Ileirlnck Monna Vanna and build builda buid buidr
a score about It It The play lends lendl itself itselfreadily lteH lteHrlauly Itselfreadily
readily rlauly r to music musicfor for it is II all al color colorwhlle while whie the theaction theaton theaction
action moves move sluggishly tluggllhly giving plenty of ofopportunity oropprtunIty ofopportunity
opportunity opprtunIty aton for musical embeljishment embeljishmentHere emhelJlhlent emhelJlhlentHer glyh1I
Here Her is a magnificent magnIfcent cast cat suggested IlgRCted by a abusybody ahUlyby10r abusybody
busybody hUlyby10r br f or Monna Monnl Vanna Edna Wallace WallaceHopper Walae WalaeHopper WallaceHopper
Willis illis Guido OuidoFranz GuidoFranz
Hopper Vanna Wiis Sweatnam Sweatnal Guidoj GuidojFranz
Franz Ebert the venerable venera le Colonna ColonnaTrhvftto loonnoj loonnojTritulio olonnaTriufrlo
Oscar Hammersteih Primtralli PrimtralliJeff
Trhvftto Osar Hammeltoln Printai PrintaiJet
Jeff Jet de Angelis AngelisAugust AngelisAugust ngels ngelsAugut i
August Augut Strindbergs historical hht rical drama dramaGustav dramaGuetav rma rmaGusta
Gustav Adolf bos ha 110 been hln lC fl produced prouced at the thoBerliner theBrlner theBerliner
Berliner Brlner Theater Berlin BerlinEllis Berln BerlnEl BerlinEllis
Ellis El Jeffries Jetre is finally tnaly divorced dfyore from fromher fromherhueband fronther
her herhueband husband the Hon Frederick Frerck Graham GrahamCurzon OrahamCron GraluiinCurzon
Curzon CurzonAlexander Cron CronAlexnder CurzonAlexander
Alexander Alexnder Blseon Bison does dot not teem tem to have havewored halocore haveecored
wored his usual u8uallue success In Inl Ills s new newcomoy newcomoy1A comedy comedyI comedyLes
core I 1A Les Apaches pahe at the thf Palais Pnlall Royal Paris ParisMfttenlW Paril Parilatenl Paris1atenit
MfttenlW atenl byM by M Brleus at the Theatre TheatreAntolrie Thl1 TiiAtroAntoine tre tre6ntolre
Antoine 6ntolre is l more mor of a problem discussed discussedlhau dlsoUtd dlsoUtdthlo discussedthn
lhau thlo thn a play The To author practically protcly do doflares dolRI doclarosi
flares lRI that while whie it Is all al well wtl enough to toadvocate toRcfot toadvocate
advocate Rcfot large families famUC in Franco Fcnnc maternity maternitydoes mawrniy mawrniydol maternitydoes
does dol not always command cmmand respect rpot Ma Matern Marnty Maternkty
tern ternkty rnty y disgraces dl grRcO tho rtobr pr girl who hus huslx hU8l Itteken
lx l ken > > en n seduced Rucd and consequently CnIUenty cannotobtain cannot cannotobtain cannotobtain
obtain work the workman encumbered encumberedwith encumbrd encumbrdwith encumberedttIi
with ttIi honestly hon < ty beRbttoJi hlote begbttet children chidren cannot cannotlook cannotiuuk cannot1113k
look for assistance IIRtnc fron trop the State In a aword awor aword
word wor maternity m trnty except with wih the Ihl com comfortable cm cmforble commifortafle ¬
fortable forble fortafle classes clae not only onl leads to misery miserybut mlstr mlstrbut iiiistryhut
but to disgrace dlegrao M Brleux furthermore fwihermoredeclaree furthermoredeclare tuthermor
declare dIlal that 5it it Is only when our olr social socialHyelem ociaisyAtem lal lalR
Hyelem R 81m with its 11 prejudices ony and hypocrisies hypocrisieswill hyprlslO hypoerisiewili
will wi be reformed rtono that maternity mattrnlty will wi cease ceaseto ca ceaseto o oto
to be looked upon as a a criminal offence offenceThe olence olencehlU offenceThe
The h hlU looke last scone scne upn of the play represents rprCent the thoABSZ Iho6llzf thekioize
ABSZ 6llzf Court A wretched wrtche croaturo cltur who whohas whohi whohas
has hi killed Curt many Infant Infant for their 0elr still eUI more morewretched morewrtched morewretched
wretched wrtched kied mothers motll Is being bIng tried trlo Four Fourof Fourof Fourof
of tho mothers mothel are areaCed accused as B heracoom heracoomplicni heracm heracmplC her accom accompliecsi
plicni A critic point out that tat it is In Inreality Inrlalty inreality
reality plC rlalty Ioletv society crllo that that plnt Is arraigned arlpnl by the theplaywright thaplaywrllht th thplaywright
playwright The he entire entre drama drma is II too to re repugant r repligant
playwrllht pugant for any but a special Bplal stage atlj df dfHpito df d dpile
pile Jllant plo Its Il soothing aoilhlng tnjths tnjthsBuster trtbA trtbAnltor truths truthsflirnter
Buster nltor Brown is II to see tho footlights footlightsfor tootghl
for t9r the first time this evening eenlnl at Albany AlbanyNow AlbanyXnw AlbanyNow
Now just flt imagine tho joy of the Christ Christmas Crst CrstII ChristtaR
mas II taR gorged Albany children chidrnTurkey childrenTurkey Turkey and andthe andIhe andthe
the only gorgt fluster all al in one day day1Felicia dayEclitla
Felicia 111 Jlmlner Jlmlnr Artreif ICrtI In Marry MarryFelicia MarryFelicla Irr IrrFelca
Felicia Felca Jimine who ho in II Celentine Cfleslne in The ThoOffice TheOf Theimee
Office Of Boy By told her friends that she is isNxm 18on isteen
teen to marry Leslie Munks of Middle Middlelywn MiddletlIn Middlehwfl
lywn tlIn hwfl on N Y mar 1 Miss JMII Jimlnez Jminez is II a niece nie of the theIIJI thetoil i ifell
IIJI toil fell ine e known know Colombian General of thatine that thatI tat tate
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I IFoifp FORPEJCCE oEEAjj AND A DW WEALtU TBB fA fAHIi 1 1 1B
HIi B Co ContrIbution Cntributon to a Symposium 8ypu of ofUIM o tTuiIJ tTuiIJma
UIM m ma lYIihet lYIihetflp WIshez8ptcaJ hro hro8ptca
flp 8ptca 8ptcaJ rtaj Ca Cal CoMa l DnpttcH DlpaI It T T TRa Btnc BtncBEIILIN S 8evBE8UN
BEIILIN xnLN Doe Du 24 2Te 24The The Lofeoanwfoer Lk Lokatans l fer I IIts In InIa Ilta
Its Ia Christmas Crltml edition eiton today te publishes pubUe p bllah eth ethanswers th thanswers the theanwer
answers anwer It received rlve from frm numerous nueru emlnoc emlnocmen emont emontmen eminetmen
men whom It asked aake to express expre their telr hope hopefor hopefor
for the future futur Following Folowing are extract extractfrom extrt8 extrt8from extraalfrom
from Home of the replies repliesFrom repUe ropileeFrom
From John Hay United Unie States StatC Becratar Becratarof Secretry Secretryof
of State SiltOur StateOur Our ardent desire delro for ourselves ourselvwas ourlvo
as n well wel as for all a1 other nations nat l U peac peacand peaCeand peacand
and Wealth WealthFrom talh talhJrom ealtlu ealtluFrom
From Jrom Sir William Wiiam Ramsay Ralay the well wel know knowBritish knowBritish
British Brlt8h scientist slentlt I am convinced convincd the thascience tht thtlenco thescience
science lenco will w1 advance Ad vace In geometrical gcmetrlca progres progresslon progrs progrsIlcn progresion
slon Ilcn and even more rapidly rpldl but whether whethetthe whethertho whethetime
the study of science sience makes makelthe the world bette bettein bttr bttrit betteiii
in it open OIH to doubt dou t That may Uay be I the ult ultmate ull ullmate ulti ultimate
mate result reaul but we are ar still aUI a long way wajfrom wayfrom Wa Wafrom
from It The Increase Incrle In comfort which whichHclenco whlohIlelco whichteierico
Hclenco Ilelco gives glvB appears appars to t result rl8ult In the lu lucrease 11 lbcrease
crease creae of the human race and this thll result resultIn r8ults r8ultsIn
In an Increase Increae In the struggle for existence existenceHelunce exlttence exlttenceHclmc existen e eScience
Science Hclmc after afer all al Is I merely uccurtti uccurttiknowledge ueurate ueurateknowledge itecuratknowledge
knowledge and when that Is I attained atained ptao ptaowill pIacwill
will wi follow UH U a matter mater of course ruJe Tinpresent Tin fhopr Ilm Ilmpresent
present pr ent tendency ttndlncy seems StIH to be il toward patrl patrlotium patr patriotism
otium ot m M Mrm not toward universal ulIrHII charity chaiy apeace o opeaw ot otJaC
peace peawFrom JaC peaceFront
From rm M WaldeckHousseau Waldtck Rout eau exPrlmi exPrlmiMinister eiPrlmeMlnl exPrimMinister
Minister Mlnl ter of France FrnceMie Fraiicelfe He who govern governimuHt gOernl governmust
must have the ho courage curnge and honesty ho lal t tconfess to tocnrelH 1 1confess <
confess cnrelH that every social progress lmrogri rogrA whlcl whlclpromises whialpromises hch hchpromlsta
promises promlsta to last llt can only result rulttrm from roimm long loniexertions longIxertol lonjexertions
exertions Ixertol Rulers Ruler ought to endeavor tlilavor t tassist to toWHllt ti tiw4810t <
assist WHllt to the utmost the continual cntnual working worklnfof
of if time tme and andndl ndt do violence to public puhlo spirit spiritFrom spIri spiritFront
From Prof Martens Maront of St Peteraburfe Peteraburfemember Peter Petersburkmember ur urmembr
member membr of the Hague Hgue Arbifr Arbitration ArbUrton tlon Tribu Tribunal TIJ TIJnal Trl1uitul ¬
nal Armed Armo peace and ad direct dlrjt despotUn despotUnare de putHm putHmare
are a mighty pace drag on the beneficial bnefoll de development deelopmelt development ¬
velopment elopmelt of nations naton8 Only the rule rle of ofjustice ofjUltle oljustice
justice jUltle can cn strengthen Itrengthel real peace and clued cheoVthe cllecklhe cluedtime
the ruin of nations natonH by unlimited unlfmle pace increast increastla Inoreast increasIn
In military mltury expenditure ependltureFront expenditureFrom expnditure expnditureFIOI
From FIOI dun Ion en Booth head of the Salva Salvation Salvaton Salvation ¬
tion ton Army My hope hop for the futurels futurelsstrengthened futullslrngthello futumeiastrengthened
strengthened > lrngthello by evidence elldenC In every land landthat landthat landthat
that the people pople are ready rdy to embrace ombrc and andsuffer anduter amm ammsufTer
suffer > uter for religion relgion of the heart hert Formality Formalityof Forlly Forllyof
of pccleslastlcism tCelcHlltlcRm however lioever loleer splendid and andcorrect andcorrct andcorrect
correct corrct cannot longer satisfy t fy mens souls soulsThe 80ul soulsThe
The sincerest allccreRt hope of William Wllum Maroon Maroonthe Marnl Marnlthe MaroOnithe
the electrician eletrician Is that his wireless wlrollM teleg telegraphy t tolography leg legraphy ¬
raphy by making war ar riskier and more moreformidable mor mortformidable
formidable will 1 promote prl0te peace peaceJoseph peae peaeJoeph peaeeJoseph
Joseph Joachim the violinist Iolnlt dealing dealingwith dealng dealngwih dealingwith
with wih music acknowledges acknoll dge < sincere eateem eateemfor etem etemfor esteenifor
for Berlioz Berlo and 14szt Uszt but says 8ay he would wouldnever wouldIever wouldnever
never Iever place plae them side Ide by y Bide with Wagner Wagnerwho Wagnerwho Wagnerwho
who raised ralatd himself hlmttM as high as the skies akleflabove skiesuhoo akieiabove
above all al his contemporariesSeftor contemporaries cnemprarle8 cnemprarle8Sel10r
Seftor Sulmeron Blmeron the Spanish Republican Republicanleader Republcn RepublcnItader RepubUcarleader
leader Itader wishes for a speedy revolution revoluton to toclear tocear tcclear
clear cear away the present prtsrt regime r glme which he hesays hesYIIR hel3ayH
says sYIIR Is an uninterrupted unlnteruptod series terles of accidents accidentsdisorders accidentsdisorer accidentsdisorders
disorders disorer outrages and andsuppressiona suppressions > upprs810nl The Themonarchy ThemOlarchy Timemonarchy
monarchy mOlarchy and an Church Curoh are ar blameabto blmeabte forSpains for forSpains forSpalna
Spains decline declne They work together In Insucking InHucklng insucking
sucking the people dry dr It was wal to keep keepthe kfp kfpthe keepthe
the throne thrne above water wlter that the war with withthe withthe withthe
the United Unild States > was begun begunPAPAL begun1IH beguni41IL
PAPAL IIA IUl fl4N OV 0 LOISVS lHS BOOKS BOOKSPlus flOOK8Plus i iI
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works orkt of o Abbo Abb Lolsy the Roman Rmn Catholic CatholicBiblical Catholo CatholoBlhlcl CatholicBiblical
been the theIndex theIndex theIndex
Biblical Blhlcl critic have hen placed plc upon upn
Index ExpurgatoriuH Cardinal Carinal Richard Richardhas Richar Richardhas
has hal received rlo the damnatory decree decre from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the Vatican VaticanIt Yailcn YailcnI Vat Lean LeanIt
It I was wa accompanied acmpanie by a letter lettr from fromCardinal frm frmCarlll fromCardinal
Cardinal Carlll Merry Merr del Val Va Papal Papl Secretary Secretaryof Srtr Srtror
of State into stating 8tatngthat that the Pope op win wapro waprotouol pro profoundly protouodly ¬
foundly lt grieved grlevN by the disaatraus dltru8ee dltru8eecf effect effectcf effecteat
touol
cf the volumes whloh brIstle hrltlA with the thegravest thegaet thegrarest
Two of the works are areIEvangllo areIEvangilo
gravest errors ar
eror To to
gaet I
Etudes Evan Evangellqups Evangeliques
IEvangllo Elangle et 1Egllso lEgllew and Evn Evngelqul
gellqups gelqul Cardinal Carinal Card inal Richard communi communicated cmunI cmunIctt oomxnunlcated ¬
cated ctt the decree decre to Abb6 Abb Lotoy Lly who has hassignified ha hasigIfe hassignified
signified sigIfe his hl > submission submissionCatholics submissionThe > ubmI810n ubmI810nThe
The decrl decree ll1 cu cause a sensation nston among amongCatholc8 amon amonCatholics
Catholics and wl it It is I predicted prlole that tht it will willhave wI wi wihavo
Catholc8
have vital Ital consequences con uenoa upon the future futuredevelopment futur futuredevelopnient
development of Catholicism Catholcsm It I is InterestIng Interest Interesting Interlt InterltIng ¬
ing to recall recal that Pope Pop Leo L refused rfue to con condemn cn cndemn condemn ¬
demn Abb6 Abb Loisys Llsys works worksTO work8TO worksTo
TO DIVIDE HANKOWCANTON HAKOWATOIIIE HAKOWATOIIIEAmerican LINE LINEAmerican LINEAmerIcan
American mid IUI Belgian Interest Intrrllt Said ald to tolie 10De tono
lie In Conflict ConflictSpecial ConflictSpecial < nOet nOetSpecial
Special Cable Dtrpalth lo Tan SUN SUNLONIXJN SI SemiL0NDOm
LONIXJN LNDN Dec D 25 25A A despatch dopth to the theTime theTimes theTimea
Time from Shanghai says that owing to tothe tothe tothe
the conflicting views of the American and andBelgian andBlgian andBelgian
confctng
Belgian Interests connected connecte with wth the Han HankowCanton lienkowCanton HankowCanton ¬
kowCanton Blgian Railway Rlway It has been decided decidedto deide
to divide the railway riway into sections sectionsThe stons stonsTle sectionsThe
The Belgians will control the northern northernand northernand northernand
and Tle the llljlon8 Americans AmerIcns wl the southern souther section sectionThe soton sotone ectlortThe
The e details are not disclosed dlsolo8 It I is not notknown notknown notknown
known detall whether ar China will wl acquiesce a ulee In Inthe InIhe Inthe
the arrange ment mtnt which is opposed to the theWashington theWahlngton theWashington
Washington contract of 1898 1898DEFEAT 189 189IJntT 1898PEPEtT opp
DEFEAT FOR FOIfTII TUK Tll MAD UA MULLAH MULLAHBritish 1IL4n 1IL4nBrlth M IJLL4 II IIBritish
British Brlth Rout a Force of 2OOO 20 Dervishes Drn11lu In Ingonmlllaml InSomaland InSoniallland
gonmlllaml Sonialllandlijiectal gonmlllamlFpretal Somaland Somalandpfcal
Fpretal pfcal Cable Despatch to 0 THE T B SUNIOON SUNLOND SUN SUNLONDON
LONDON LOND Dec 24 240 24A A despatch from fromSomalllond fromSomalldsY8that fromBomaliland
Somalllond SomalldsY8that says that MajorGen Sir Charles CharlesEgerton Charle CharleEgertoni CharlesEgerton
Egerton commander cmmader of the British Brllh forces forceshas forc8 forc8hl forceshas
Egertoni has hl had 11 had an engagement with wih the forces forcesof tor toror foroesmmf
of the Mad Ia Mullah Mulah and ad has ha routed 2 2000 2000lost 210 000 000lervishes
dervi8hes near Bdwel I3adwein The TheLost derlnes derlnes108t
lost 180 in killed kled and wounded woundedNew woundede woundedNetta
New e or Playi PI and Players PlayersA
A new Robert Emmet Elmr Is to take tke the place placer
of f Brandon Drndon Tynan at the Fourteenth Foutenth Street StreetTheatre Stet StetTheatre Streetrimeatre
Theatre on Monday Ho le Is Robert Rber Rober Connersi ConnersiHenry Cnersl CnerslHenry Connersihenry
Henry W Savage and his general stage stagellrector 8tg 8tgdiretor stagelirector
diretor llrector George F I Marion Malon returned reture yes yeserday yel yelterday yeserday
erday from a two weeks trip tip as R far fa west wests weslnH
nH U s Kansas Kalf City Mr Savage Slage said sld lost Int night nightthat nigh nighthat
that he had noted encouraging signs of ofrevived ofrevived ofevived
revived business conditions condlUonl encurnlng In in the Middle MiddleSVest MiddleiVest 1Iddle 1IddleWeat
SVest and lu81le he expected a renewal of theatri theatrical theati theaticl theatriral ¬
cal prosperity with the new year o Per Peronally Perlonaly Peronidly
cl onally he had no cause cuse to t complain complaliLawrence cmplain cmplainLwrence complainLawrence
lonaly Lawrence DOrsay DOrY and The Te Earl Erl of ofawtuckot otPawlucket ofnwtucket
awtuckot Lwrence were ero seen fen for the first fht time timejy tlne tlneh timey
h jy y audiences with British Drtlh sympathies 8ympthlt last lastreek lat latwtek lastteek
wtek reek in Toronto and the thf impression Imprelon made madey madeby
by > y the eccentricities cntrlclltt of Lord Lr Caratngton Caratngtonvos Caringon CaringonWII
vaN as favorable in Toronto Toront as a81nNew in New York Yorkflie Yorkfhe Yorkrho
WII flie play is II corning oorlng back bak here hereAfter hereArlr hereAfter
After the performance of Mother Goose Goosed Go 1 1at
at d Arlr the Now peronae Amsteram Anmterdamn Teatr Theatre last night nilMIiaw nightclaw
claw Erlan Erlanger lr tnteralnP entertained the BVnty BVntytwo seventy seventywo
two Iiaw wo children who take part lrtln In the spectaclet spectacle spltale spltaleal
al LI t n chidrn Christmas < 1tItmn tree tro party All Al the children childrenoeelvetl chidrn chidrn1t11lprsntK childreneceited
oeelvetl presents presentsWilliam presentsWilliam
1t11lprsntK 1t11lprsntKWllal
William Favershom Fuelhnm closes his hI season 8Mn here heret her herat hereit
at it t Wllal the Criterion Crierion tomorrow tomorrw col night nllht in Lord Lordnd Lrd Lrdand Lorcliitd
and nd Lady Ld Algy Alg On Tan 4 Charles CharleF Froh Frohnan Frb Frbman Frohnan
nan will present plBent him In Boston Dston in the new newlav newpIa newday
wi
Richard Brinsley Sheridan Sheridantime HhnridanThe
pIa > day Brlley Hhnrdan Hhnrdanfhe
The Jchar injuries received rtcho by Kyrle Bellew Bellewi Dlew Dlewa Bellewfew
lujurC
a i few nights ago Igo In his lii fall in the climax climaxif ciax ciaxor
or if The Sacrament of Judas Jnda are more moroerloun moreorlouA moreerlous
erloun than Scrament watt a at lt first fJt supposed Impped The Theurtaln Thecurtain Theurtain
curtain miner rni er was Wa cut Clt out or both per ptr ptrtonanos perormailocs i iormanoes
tonanos ormanoes yesterday Yfterday but It will wi probably probablye
be > e added to the bill hi tonight tonightIll tnigh
In nde the production of AI Auustus uftus Thollt Tholltcored Thomass Thomassomnedy
cored omnedy proucton The Other Girl < rl at the Crl Criterion Criterionext lon lonnext
next ext rurRdny nl night ht the playor players namf namfwi namee nameedii
dii Ill be placed on the programme In the therder theorder therder
rder wi In plac which they tho appear Tills Tll Is done donejecaime doneecauiw one oneheauHo
heauHo jecaime all al the players uppr are of equal promI promtVaudeville promInenc promience
nenc ence
Vaudeville allrle Manacrrs Injtrs Confer ConferCLEVELAND CoalerLEvEIAND onrrr onrrrCt
CLEVELAND Ct nAND Dec Do 24 24All All of the leading leadingaudeville lIadlnk lIadlnkvaudele leadingaudeviiie
vaudele audeville managers managei of the tht country clnt were weren wer werIn
In n notion Il0n at lt Simons Sheaf Empire Empir Theatre Thratr here here3day heretda hereoday
3day Tho principal purpose of the thDlooting thomotn thetooting
tda looting was to prncipal put an end purpf to the war ar be beween h betceen
t
motn ween managers wn Some mo of the men In nt ntendance nttendanco atendance I
endance twon manlReJ were wer Martin Marin Brek k of the Orphpum OrphpumIrcuit Orhfu Orhfucruit Orphewnircuit
Ircuit J J 1 Muitlock of Chicago Chicagonvls Cicag Chicagoavi
cruit Da1 nvls avi of Pittsburg PitRburg Moore Mor of Detroit Detroi John JohnCreHnor JohnKrtl Johnrelner
Krtl CreHnor nor of Buffalo Butalo B F Keith of Newark New NewYork i iork
York ark and Shea of Cleveland
tiffS TA t STIRRING STRIGFAREWELL STRIGFAREWELLt STIRRINGFAREWELL STIRRINGFAREWELLPLI4IW FAREWE FAREWEAf
PLAiN Af TALK TO 0 FILIPINOS FIUPllOS AX AXAMERICANS A ANJAdIIERICANS m mA
AMERICANS A IEnCANS AT MANILA MANILACritic MANlA MANlAcluO MANIlAcehtie
Critic cluO or the te Admlnlitratloh Admlplltrtoh floored Sorfoo Sorfooork ooredGoo ooredGooWork Hoo HooWork
Work ork of the te Put Pt Year fr Pointed Pointe On OnThoniandi out outToolal 01Thousands
Thousands Toolal Gather to Say Sa Ooodn Ooodnto GooBy GooByII JoOdlIto
> to II the Retiring Rrtrlne florrrnor OOTrnor or the 1hl IiUndi IiUndit 111ndlSp11 hhsudipecMt
t Sptclal Sp11 Cabs Dnpttch DIP41cl louz toffax ofB SUN SUNMANILA SUNMUUL atmMAura
MANILA MUUL Dec Dc 24ExGov Taft Taf snilei snileitoday salletoday
today on his hl return retur to the United Unie Stale StalePrior HtatO StatciPrior
Prior to his hi departure deprur he delivered delver two twtstrong twotrng lwstrong
strong trng speeches speechesThe ephe speechesThe
The first frt was wa mode me at the Union Readlnf ReadlnfCollege Rading RadingColego Readin1College
College Colego In it he described desorlb the duties dute o othe of oftle otime
the tle Americans AmercanH in the Philippines Philppine and ex explained expllne espialned
plained pllne the doctrine dotrie of the Philippine Philippinefor
for the Filipinos FipinO He scored sore that tht sectloi sectloiof sevtioof ton tonof
of the 11 American Americn press pr which opposes Oppll th thpolicy the theplcy timpolicy
policy plcy of McKinley MoKniey and Roosevelt ROvelt ant antonaly2ed and andanlyz amanalyzed
analyzed anlyz and ane ridiculed rdlcuil the halfhearted halfheartedness halfherle
ness nl of merchants merhant and the press here towan towanthe towar towarttime
the Administration Administrton He urged urge active actlvicooperation activecoprton actlvcooperation
cooperation coprton Vltli Ith the ho Government Govrment Eva Eveithe 1en 1enthe Evathe
the opposing opplng press prM unanimously ulanlmou81y applaud applaudhis applaudlila
his remarks and regrets regrta the tl lateness Itonr > s of hlideclarations hlr hlrdeclarations hidtlrUon8
declarations declarationsThe dtlrUon8 dtlrUon8Tll
The Tll second lcone speech epch wan W8 delivered delvered at atbanquet a abanquet i
banquet bnquet of 400 40 Filipinos Flpln08 He le particular particularaddressed prtoulrly prtoulrlyaddrele portloularladdressed
addressed addrele officeholders ofcholder the heads hel of tin tinpolitical thepltcal timipolitical
political pltcal parties prle and lawyers Iwyer8 He 1e warms warnetthem warmstheam
them to desist delat from speculating spculUng upon upn independent in independent indepndentllfgovemment
dependent depndentllfgovemment selfgovernment until untl the tholhools tholhoolswer school schoolwere schoolwere
were wer filled fle with wth children chld in i vwy evey vUkgi vUkgiand vWi vWiand vWagand
and the masses III were better bter educated educatedMeantime educatedMeantime ouote
Meantime Mlantme he sold d all al forces fora were working worklnfto
to elevate the Filipinos Fipio Rapid Rpid promo promolions promotol8 promotiorms
lions tol8 would be b given and new offices oIes would woulcbe wouldb woulmbe
be b bestowed bstowe when natives natves were capable cp le ol oladministering otadmlnlterllg ci ciadministering
admlnlterllg administering them themThe themThe themThe
The speakers spakei who followed folowed Mr Taf Tafwere Taftwer Tafwere
were wer representatives representatvel of the te chief provincesand provinces provlnceland provincesand
and they all alindor indorsed his statements statementsFifteen lttemenls lttemenlsFUeen statementsFifteen
Fifteen FUeen thousand thould soldiers Ildler sailors lalols marine marineand larlnei larlneiald nmarlmteahd
and ald constabulary cCletbulary large provincial prollclal dele delegations delegatlon8 dolegattons ¬
gations of the political pltoal parties pate and lube laboiunions Isor Isorunlol lubeunions
unions unlol escorted esorte Mr Taft Tat who drove will willGen wih wihGen withlien
Gen Wade from the Palace Palae to theLuneta theLunetaTwenty the Luntta LunttaTnty Lunetim LunetimTwenty
Twenty thousand thou8nd persona perola lined lned the routeSVhen route routeWhen routeWhen
When the retiring retring Governor Goveror reached th thLuneto tho thoLuneta thiLtmneta <
Luneto he was Wa joined by Gov Wright ant antAdmiral and andAdmlrltrlng arm armAdmiral
Admiral Admlrltrlng Stirling and ad a 1 review of the te parade paradewas parudowa paradiwas
was wa held Subsequently SUtuenty Mr and Ild Mrs Mr Tat Tafiplanted Tatplanted faf
planted plated two trees as souvenirs souvenIr 6f their stay stayhere stuyhere 5ta3here
here They then proceeded prede to the steamship steam steamship 8tear ¬
ship Gaelic Galo accompanied aoompaned by seventyfive seventyfivelaunches seventyfivelauncimee entyfve entyfvelaunche
launches launche Two hours houl were spent Ipent in hand handshaking handshaing hammdshaking ¬
shaing shaking on board boar the steamer Iteamer before she shesailed ahe8aed shesailed
sailed sailedMr 8aedMr sailedMr
Mr Taft Tat stated stted that tha the reluctance he at atfirst atfrt alfirst
first frt felt at t leaving levi Mania Manila had been bn modified modifiedby molf niodifleeby
by the surprising progress prgres made this thl year ear in inall Inal ii iiall
all al branches of the government goveren The condi condition condltonof condition ¬
tion tonof of the archipelago arhlplaio was w now more mor favor favorable taorable favorable ¬
able than at t any ay other time in its history historydespite hitor imistorydespite
despite depite the long continued cntnued pestilence pe Uenc and andagricultural andarcutur andagricultural
agricultural arcutur depression depr6lon He was wa able to tosay t tcsay
say sy that the cholera coler bubonic plague rinder rinderpest rlnderpt naderpest ¬
pt pest and ladronlsm lronlm were wer well wel controlled controlledOnly cntrle controlledOnly
Only a few favorable crops were needed neededto netde
to bring brog peace pac and extraordinary extraorinar pros prosperity pro proprity pmoepenlty ¬
perity prity The treatment trtmtnt of ladrones ladrone as ascriminals l lorlmlnal8 aecriminals
criminals by the courts cUrt had been very ver suc successful 8UCcMrll auccesefimi ¬
cessful cMrll and the sentimental sentlentl martyrdom martyrdomarising maryrom maryromarln martyrdomanteing
arising arln from summary executions excutons had been beendone b bendone en endone
done away with withThe withThe withThe
The present prnt Income Icme of the Government Governmentwas Goverment
was wa running rnnig slightly 8lghty behind bhInd owing owig to the thepoverty thepverty thepoverty
poverty pverty of the provc provinces which was wa largely largelydue Irgely Irgelydue largelydue
due to locusts loota The hemp production productionhowever producton productonhowever productionhowever
however has broken all al records rcords A million millionbales mllon mllonble millionbales
bales ble were wer produced prducd during durln < the year The Thesugar Thesugar Thesugar
sugar and tobacco toboo crops crop Increased Incraed over overthose ovorthos overthose
those thos of 1902 11 but low prices prlo threaten thratn to todestroy t todestroy
destroy detry these most mot important Importt Industries Industrieswhile idutries idutrieswhie Industrieswhile
while whie the te increase io a in the import Iprdute duties In InJapan InJap lmmJapan
Japan Jap China and ad Java impairs ImpaIr valuable valuablemarkets valuablemrkeb valuablemarkets
markets mrkeb Mr Taft said sId he anticipated anticipatedvery antolptd
very vr heavy losses lOes unless ults the United Unied States Statesaids Stt8 Stt8aid Statesaids
aids aid by reducing rducig the tariff tarlt to 25 per pr cent centwhich cnt cntwhloh centwhich
which he will i strongly 8trngly urge when he reaches reachesWashington rachls rachlsWahllton reachesWaelmington
Washington Wahllton He will wl also ao urge urg that In Increased Inor increased ¬
creased or powers power be b given to the Philippine PhilippineCommission Phippine PhippineCmmllon PhilippineCommission
Commission Cmmllon BO that it may issue 18ue municipal municipalbonds municipalbnd municipalbonds
bonds bnd At present prsent Congressional Congr8llonal restric restrictions r restriotlons trlo trlotlon ¬
tions tlon render rnder such luch issue 1ue impracticable impracticableMr Imprctrble ImprctrbleM
favors in favor favorof favorof favorof
Mr M Taft strongly strngly faor legislation legilaton
of the coastwise coatwl8e shipping 8hlpplg trade tradeHe tmdeHe tradeRe
He declared declrd that the Church situation situationhas situaton situatonbU situation1mM
has bU vastly vaty Improved with wih the purchase purhas of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the friars frlr lands Ind8 and the to th introduction itroducton of ofAmerican orAerlo ofAmerican
American Bishops The e movement headed headedby hendedby headedby
Aerlo Behop >
by Bishop Agllpay Aglpa is not Important Importantexcept Importantexopt importantexcept
except exopt hi i Negros Negro Panay Paay I locos Ioc Norte Nore and andamong andamong andamong
among the Luzon Tagalogs The currency currencyquestion crncy crncyqueton currencyquestion
question queton Is II gradually grdualy righting rightig Itself ItselfMr Its1 itselfMr
Mr Taft believes blee8 that the present prsnt army armyforce armyforce ary aryforc
force forc of 15000 150 men is I about the right rght mini minimum minimum minimum ¬
mum The Te troops are ar In a good location locationto loUon loUonto
to exorcise exorol strategic 8trtglo Influence Infuenc upon the theOriental theOrientl timeOrientai
Oriental Orientl situation situaton In conclusion ho said saidhe soldlie saidhe
he hoped hopd to revisit rvl81t the Philippines PhUpplCI in 1005 1005Universal 19 ioosUniversal
Universal Unlvelal regret regt lu II expressed ezpr8ed at Mr MrTafte MrTale MrTafts
Tafte Tale departure drpartur from from the islands islandsKAISER 18land 18landKASER islandsKAISER
KASER KAISER TO MISS JISS SEEING SE11 BRYAN BRYANIlli RRrANI
lila I Christmas Crlltma Engagements Will 1 Interfere InterfereWith Inltrrlre Inltrrlreltb interferewith
With ltb the Ue Receptionspeaat Reception ReceptionSpecial Rt pton ptonSpcl
Special Spcl CoOls Co I Diipalclt Dpalclla to Tni Ta SON SONBERLIN SUI SUNBEnmaN
BERLIN Dec Do 24 2WllamJenlng8 24William William Jennings Bryan Bryanarrived Bran Branarrive Bryanrrnrived
arrive arrived hero her from St Petersburg Petrburs this ti morn morning mor mornhug ¬
hug ig Ho went to t Copenhagen Cpnhagn tonight tonightand tonlghtad tonightand
ad and will 11 return rtur here her on Saturday Sturay and take takeluncheon takolunohen takeluncheon
luncheon lunohen with wit Charlemagne Chrlemge Tower the theAmerican theAmericn themerioan
Americn American Ambassador Ambador to t Germany Germay Mr MrBryan MrBryaMYs Mrllryansays
BryaMYs Bryan llryansays nays that It is doubtful doubtful1 if he will wlseo wlseoEmperor BCD BCDEmperor seeEmperor
Emperor William Wllm owing to t the toilers toilersChristmas Ittr IttrChrltma latterrchristmas
Chrltma Christmas engagements engagement Mr MrBryan Bryan spoke spokoenthusiastically spokemthuIastleally
enthusiastically of his hi meeting metig with Count Countlolstol CountTOltl Countrolatol
TOltl entuIIa8Ucly lolstol He le spent 8pnt a day at the authors authorscountry autors autorscountr authorscountry
countr country place placeTUE plc placeTIlE I
THE FINLAND IlLAD FLOATED FLOATEDtal FI04TEDUf1 FLO4 TED TEDled
Uf1 led Star Liner Lnrr Stuck on the thl Shore Shlrl for Five FiveDays Fiveus he heD heSptII
Days DaysSpettal D us usSpedfl
Spettal SptII Cable Dmpatch D palh to TDK SUN SDKANTWERP SUNA1WBRP SellAcrwnnp
ANTWERP A1WBRP Dec Dc 24 24The The Red R Star Lino Linoteamshlp LlnoIteamehlp Linoiteamship
Iteamehlp teamshlp Finland Fin1nd from this thi port for Now Nowork NowYork Nowo
York ork o rk which went ashore near ncr Flushing Flushinglolland Flusing FlusingJoland Flushingfoiiatmd
Joland lolland last lat Saturday Sturay was WR floated fotN today todayHie toayRhe today3hme
Hie is now at anchor near ner Flushing The Theloatlng ThefOtng Thelooting II
fOtng looting of the vessel vt1 caused cus great grat enthu enthulasm enthualam enthuiasm I
alam lasm iasmPmureh lasmChurch
alamhurch
Church Protest POtflt From Fom South Africa AfricaSpecial Afrlc8tal AfrIca8pectat
Special Cable Dispatch Dtpall 10 TIIK TIB SUN SONLONDON SUNLNDN SUNL0SDOH
LONDON LNDN Dec D 24 24Blshop Bishop Derrick Derrck of ofhe ofthe ofhe
the he American Amlrlcan African Aricn Methodist Episcopal EpiscopalChurch Epl Episcopalhuroh pl plChuroh
Church Is now In London Lndon on a special Hpla mis misIon misslon mision
slon Ion In regard rjard to t the work of his hl Church Churh In Iniouth InSouth inlouth
South Africa Arca He le says My the British Brlllh au auhorittes authorte atmhorities
horittes are ar preventing tho repreaenta repreaentalv reprOenta reprOentathM
thM thorte lv ivoi of ills hl Church pretntn from lrm going goIn to the Trans Transaal Transaal Trn Trnval Traitstal
val aal or Orange Orne River Colony Bishop Binhoplv Binhoperrick Bl Bishoperrlck hop hopDerrick
Derrick wilt wi have an a Interview with the theJuke theDuk theuke
Duk Juke uke of Marlborough Marbrough Under Secretary Secretaryf Seretry Seretryof
of f State Stt for the th Colonies ClonlC in regard rgard to tho thonatter thomater theattor
mater natter on Monday MondayIRESS Mondy MondyIREI1 MondayIIIFSS
IRESS IREI1 FEEDERS FJfDERS QUIT QlITilr arIThlrKos QUITiilcsgoa
hlrKos ilr Koi lnlon nlol to Give Ohl Up It III Corporate CorporateICxUtrnce Corprtf CorprtfBd CorporateExistence
Existence Bd ttnle to Avoid dull dullCHICAGO lula lulaCICAOO SuItsCumicAoo
CHICAGO CICAOO Doc 24 2tIn 24In In order orer to avoid avoidurthor aoldfurthor avoidurther
urthor suits 8ult and nne judgments the press presscoders prBS prBSteeel pressredone
teeel coders organized organbo under the corporate corporateiame coromte coromtename corporateame
name of Franklin Frankln Union No No4 4 today took tookiteps tk tktp tooktops
tops to t dissolve dlflve the tht corporate crorate body ho and nndlenceforth andhencforth andeneeforth
hencforth lenceforth tp will wl appear as 8 a voluntary voluntaryLssoclatton voluntry voluntrya80ciaton voluntaryssociation
appar
Lssoclatton or union unionThe unionThe unionThe
a80ciaton The Dross prM feeders feoel have been ben organized organizedmder organlA1 organlA1under organizednder
under the laws of tho State Stte as R a corporation corporationor rrporUon rrporUontor
tor or years year and tho oclety has hA accumulated accumulatedonFiderahlo acumulawd acumulawdcniiderahlo accumimlatemionsiderablo
cniiderahlo onFiderahlo money mone In Its Ia ImnRtiry trta I sold soldo pald saidru
10 o reach rach 40000 00 It was Wft thus tUI nbln to nun nunmd stmond UI UIand
md 10 I sued HIO Judge Holdom recently recentlyIned rlcnt recentlyned
ned the thE union 115 1WO lJ00and and damage milts miltstrowing 8uII suitsrowing
fne rowing out of the strike recently Icnty ordered orderedavo OMfr orderedavo
hao Irlng avo piled pie up 1 so o fast Ilt as a to t threaten tlatn disaster disasterthe dlUtr dlUtrt disasterthe
t > the organisation organlraton organlsationrS
rS 5 S
HEARSES AGAIN IN INLveI 1 t IOAOO IOAOOMvery rICAGOL1yrr
Mvery LveI L1yrr Striken Refrain Rrrin Fr F < In z Vlolen VlolenGrand iolene ioleneUrand
Grand rnd Jury Scores Soolts SooltsCUICAOO hem hemCHICAGO mem memCi1icao
CHICAGO Deo Do 24 24Lvery 24Livery Livery Imrees ames wer werdriven werdriven
driven Iven to funerals funem1 today todayglardUnlon mder der polio poliogiiardVUnlon polioguardUnion
giiardVUnlon glardUnlon pickets plcket were wer ordered ord ordofcr ordtfed by the theofficers thaiofficers
officers ofcr to t remain rmain away from fromad 111 li funorali funoraliand funeraliand
and ad to offer oler their services serlc8 to sue 8U cmployei cmployeias employer
as started etared hearses htarH No attempt attrl attemmmi was madby mad madeby madby
by the employers employer to resume rume regilar rg r carrlag carrlagservice criage criageserlc carriagservice
service serlc The strike so far askho M asime the street streetarc 8t streetare ets etsar
arc ar concerned cncred Is I practically praotcly unhanged unhangedScathing wk1manged wk1mangedSeatiming hanged hangedSathing
Scathing Sathing criticisms crltolma of jwrsonilwho ll on who have lmvdisturbed havedlturbd limitdisturbed <
disturbed dlturbd funeral fueral processions proolloul it t Chloagi Chloagiduring Chloagodurng Clmicagduring
during durng the strike of the livery lory drivers d t wer wermade wer wermade
made by the last It Grand Jury of c the yea yeatoday yeartooy yeatoday
today tooy in Its ia final fnal report rport to JudJc Jud Jud4e e Cllffon CllffonThe Cltor CltorThe CiiorTime
The Grand Juryimlso Jury also 110 criticised irmnponsiIiI irmnponsiIiIorganizations Irifsponslbl Irifsponslblorganizations spon81 le leorganlztona
organizations organlztona for causing rusing disorder dlFQder disdder an andefying and anddetyblg andefying
defying tho law The reference lrtrnc h made t tstrikers to to8trke tstrikers
strikers 8trke and their sympathizers aYlpathl r The re report r r rport
port says saysWe saysVe Y YoWe >
oWe We respectfully rRlotfuly report that during durlnithe duringtho durinitime
the term of the December Icmbr GrandJury Orand JurV w whave W8 W8hae whave
have examined exmined into 499 cases rRes Ve 8 ilave ilavefound hay havifound hayfound
found 403 03 true tre bills bll we have foundno toun no bill billIn bilH bilHIn billin
In 80 8 cases caaj wo have II passed plld to tie te t nex nexGrand nexL nexLGrand nexGrand
Grand Jury 18 cases rst total totl 499 Ve ue a aU aUfind alo alofnd aisfimmd <
find fnd that for several > elcrl months Irresjionslbl Irresjionslblorganizations IrrcHllnHllle IrrcHllnHllleorgalltol irresjionsiido
organizations orgalltol o have hle been ben creating crutng l lisorde lisordeIn Holltr HolltrIn
In thLs county cunty destroying property proplrl and de defylng detying ciefyirmg
tying the law lawI j
TMIt It I Is also 110 public publo report rport that at presen presenIn presenL presenLIn
In this city cly houses housH of worship worhIp and IOUMPI IOUMPIof IOUKIt iOujof
of mourning are ur made time scones HOlef of elis diaorde diaordeby dltr rde rdeby el elby
by men calling cal1lg themselves themRth union unlol pickets picketsand plcela plcelaand plketsand
and that the bodies hod Its of tho dead are ar Uetw Uetwcrated tel tiesecrated
crated crttd We WI believe blleo that these thele times conditionjustify condition condltlonHjUHtlf conditionjustify
justify careful 8rful examination examiluton and ali amid wcs se l re res r ivspeotfulhy
s ectfully sllctruly > suggest HUggttt that the condition conditon wi wihave we wehave whave
have recited recttd l be > e mode madE a special Hpclal suhjec suhjecof uhJector
of inquiry iquiry by the January Grand Urnd Jury JuryMOllB JuryUOI Jury1101W
MOllB UOI CAIJIAKEIIS 4 IIKEIS IIA KEIIS V1V It 1 KKltEL KKltELVrnrral IWl BElt I1 I1General I IGellral
General Gellral Illsie lll Against c1111 Inloii 1111 Domination UOlllntln o othe of ofIII othe
the III Clothing Iollhil Trade Tadl Kriinx HIIIH CumlnK CumlnKMore 1lllnl otningMore
More letters Itter from nut of town tUIn jobbwi jobbwiwere jO jobbt jobbtwere Ut Utwere
were received rt cIVo yesterday ar by I y time tl cap niunU niunUfttcturlng mun muntucturlnp mmmcxifacturimmg
fttcturlng tucturlnp firm frm of Mark Davis Dw Suns Cp Cpsympathizing c clymputhlzlng 2 2symmmputhizimtg
sympathizing with wih their tlir revolt rlolt aguhiH aguhiHtho agalnHttho againtithe
tho domination domlnatun of thu Capmakers lupluktr Unlui Unluiwhen Unlul Uimiuiwhetm
when whel patience palll ceased CU1 to lie u I virtue Tin Tintrucle 11 limttrade >
trade organs orgala of the clothing dothllg manufac manufacturers manutuchlrra immammufacttirurs ¬
turers hlrra nlxo Eto lire lre applauding appluding the firms frms stand standAnnouncement mitanmdAumimoummcenemm tundAnnoulcmtnt
Announcement Annoulcmtnt t has hW now IIW b lswim 4 > n made to thr thrclothing th thcothing I Ia Iaclothing
clothing cothing trade trdo that the Hove Manufac Manufacturore Mammmmfmtetuners fanuflcJ fanuflcJturr
tuners turr Association HHoclton of Fulton Fulon county runt whicl whiclis whlh whlhI
is I thu centre cntre of the glove imluntry ludl try wit wilmake wil witmake
make no 10 more agreements ugrllllntH with wih the GlovtCutters Glovt 0100Culel love loveCutters
Cutters Culel Union Ulion as 1 an al organization orgaliztion Several Severuhundred Severalimumidreel erll erllhundll
hundred hundll glovers glover up u there UItle are on 11 strike in inconse IncOlaluence iiicotisecluence
conse cOlaluence cOlaluencelettrre cotisecluence cotisecluenceA < iuence iuenceA
A letter lettrre ietterrecived received led by Davis Dal Soils IIR A t Co Coyesterday Coe Coyesterday
yesterday e terda from a Baltimore jobber jobbr Bays BaysI HIY
I admiro admlrl your our stand > and UI will wi luiuk yom yoiup yomup 01 01uin
up uin In It to the best 8t of my I uii ability ahlty
A Detroit Dtroit firm frm wrote 01 M 1 am heartily hlrrtr
in favor of tho stand atalc you ou have hlvo taken and andhope III IIIhop aridimope
will do likewise iikew itt
hope hop your competitors mIJttorl wi Ikel iHI
1 wish you YUI much Ull I success sucmssVe successWe UCleAH UCleAHWe
We Ve are heartily Iwartly In II accord uCorl with wih the posi position pOHiton position ¬
tion ton you have hR VI taken said a Boston BOton inn frm frmhe firmThe innThe
The he Capmakers Cupmake Union decUlitl dtcltl1 yet yetur yeturday eIr eIrday HT HTday
day to hire hir ht Iwadqunrter hndquarterme > ndunrter > t lu II Jersey JellY City Cityopposite Clt CltopoHle Cityopposite
opposite opoHle the imw nw Davis factory rUltor HO o tliut timatitti timatittiagoimts its itsBgentH ilKaglntl
BgentH aglntl may wait for tho worker morning morningand moring moringand lnorrmmrmg lnorrmmrmgand
and evening and try to iinluiilfen uliuli them themThey themfhlf themThey
evenlnp
They fhlf tried trill to intimidate Iltlmldate time new 11 workers workersin WOrller
Mid in Now last lCt York Yor evening but hit have ao fulled fuit1 Mr dm 1 Davis Davisnald DalMid Davisaaid >
The fight fght for the open opt bhop tlul la bound boundto 0111 0111to boundto
to be b general genom I lu II our trade trdt We WI e urn ur getting gettinga geUllg geUllga
a rougher rugher deal than tho remit IRt will wi get AS ASwe I aswe
we are ar the thf first frt to break hlnk the Ice Iclhats thats all allI RI
I believe unions all In their
hlee are ni right way waybut wa wabut waybut
but not this tlmi kind of a tunlon tunlonhIOt union unionL4IIOH unionIdIIlVlf
L4IIOH hIOt ME 1 IXniCTElt IXniCTEltThirteen 1 INIIITIThirteen I1TIW I1TIWTlllecl
Thirteen Tlllecl Chicago leaders lader 10 Answer IIWlr ror rorVarlouH rorrloul forVarious
Various rloul hindS Iiuds or Violence ViolenceCHICUOO VIolenceCnmoaoo IolrnreCRlAO
CHICUOO CRlAO Dec De 24 24Tlrtn 24Thirteen Thirtoen mdlotmenU mdlotmenUagainst Idlolment indiotmentsagainst
against agan8t union unlol labor labr leaders Itaelmember members of ofunions ofunlol ofunions
unions unlol and their thelr8ypathlzer sympathizers were wer re returned r ivturned ¬
turned by the Grand Ornd Jury Jur yesterday yt8terdRY In Ineaoh Inth Iiieach
each th lure case CaO tho man was WC indicted Indicte for either eitherinciting lithfr lithfrIncitng eitherinciting
of violence violencewhich violencewhich
inciting Incitng or taking part in the acts violenc
which In Chicago ChicagoFour have hYO accompanied aLu panle recent rent strikes strikesIn
Four of time the indicted ImlclI men are art business businessagents bl businessagents inel
agents of the most influential unions in the thecity thecir thecity
Infuental
city appntB cir and are ar charged charped with coiiHpiring coiiHpiringto conHpirng conHpirngto
to wreck wrk the 01 business hUKlnc of the Kelloge Kelogl Switch Switchboard Swich Swichbar Switchboard ¬
board bar and Supply Company < mpany lime he other othermen othermen othermen
men are members memII of aiffcront dilprcmt street 5rt car carunions earunions ar arunions
unions and were wer Indicted indlctP in II connection connectionwith connectol cormnecmtioimwith
with the recent rnt Chicago city railway raiway strike HtrlkeIn Rtrke RtrkeIn strikeIn
In contrast contr t with the Indictments Indlctlent agalni agalnithe tpalM tpalMthe tIgaiflithe
the encouragers encourageJ of and participants JrtcIPont in instrike Instrko instriko
strike strko rioU was WI8 the refusal rotuRI of tho Grand GrandJury Ornd OrndJury GrandJury
Jury to t return retrn returnan an indlctnmentagainstCimaries indlctnmentagainstCimariesF indictment against alalnAt Charles CharlesF
F Lang Lng who shot Ihotand simotammd and killed kied Ernil Emi Reichow ReichowTho HelchowThe ReichowThe
The murdered murered man was wa a union picket picketand plckttand picketand
and a member membr of the striking Franklin FranklinUnion Frankln FranklnUnIon FranklinUnion
Union of press prf feeders feeel Ho was wa killed killedwhile kied kiedwhie killedwhile
while whie attacking attcKing Lang throe weeks ago agoWALKING agoYAlllO agoIE4LKIN4i
WALKING YAlllO DELEGATE 11I lATn IMtlCTED IMtlCTEDYVlio 1lCT1W IVIJICTEIWimo
YVlio 110 Called alell a I Strike I rlke to Fnforee Inrorle Payment Paymentor Iamentor
or Alleged Aleld Ilrut Itbt to III 11 Lila Hail HailPatrick UadPatrick IhalPatrick
Patrick J Mulligan Mulgnn walking delegate Unlcgataof dRlepale dRlepaleor
of tho Bricklayers Union nlol Local Lcal 35 3 WaS wusIndicted WUI WaSindicted
Indicted Indicte yesterday yetenlay by the Grand Ornd Jury Juryupon Juryupn Jtmryupon
upon tho charge of trying to extort l tort 874 874last 874last
IH IHlat
last upn lat Monday from Otto Schwartzler hwarzler a acontractor acntrtr acontractor
contractor cntrtr of on 01 East 148th 18th street Itrt who whowas whoW whowas
was W erecting erotnR a building buiding In Wendover Wtndoyer ave avenue aenue ayenuo ¬
nue on a plot of ground recently reent bought boughtby houghtby bouglmtby
by him himMulligan hll imlinMtmliignn
Mulligan Mulgan according Icnllp to Schwartzler Shwartzler s scomplaint Acmplaint itcomplaint
complaint cmplaint told him that several Irl years yearsbefore yearsbfor yearsbefore
before bfor the firm fnn of Mulligan Iulpan < t Hogan was waserecting WI witserecting
erecting rrUnp a I building buldhlp on the site bought bulht by
Schwartzler H11arzler and that that the then owners ownersLomndberry owntr owrmereLotmrndborry
Lomndberry Llldberl A t Rose Rl owed the firm fnn of ofwhich ofwhch ofwhich
which whch Mulligans Muligals father was WIt a member memherIH
IH 874 Mulligan Mulgan said Ild that ho considered cnsiderd thin Ihll a nHen alen alien
Hen len on tho property prpert nnd he demanded dellndtd its itspayment ls lspa1nt itspayment
payment pa1nt by Schwartxler who refused refuld to topay topa topa
pay pa Mulligan fulgal then called cled a strike and nndtook andlook andtook
took off or tho tim men len who worm 1111 working on onSchwartzlers onfh onSehwartzers
Schwartzlers fh artterR building huldlng
He gave 1500 15 bail hal yesterday yesterdaySI yestordaySlir cstorda cstordaStlT
Slir SI T AGAtNUT JOIl lfl MITCHELL MITCHELLItistloe JITlEJ JITlEJJustN 111 TIl EL ELJustice
JustN Justice Ion 1 OI Ilenleg Motion Iotol for a Comnils ComnilsDion Comnilssloe
sloe 8101 to II Orally Orll KximlriR T U I Mohols MoholsBINOHAMTON MeholaBmmommAstToN IhollBINOHAMTON
BINOHAMTON Doc De 24 2tToda 24Today Today Justice JusticeGeorge Justiceleorge JutlceGlrge
Glrge George F J Lyon denied tho application applicationof applcton applctonor
of f A P Wales for a Lommission miflon to orally orallyexamine oml orallymxamimie
examine Thomas D Nichols of Scranton ScrantonPa crnnton crnntonPa
Pa president of o District DiRt riot No o 1 United UnitedMine Unie haltedtime
Mine Workers orkrrs Association Aloclaton In II connection connectionwith ClneiOI connectionrltim
with Mr Wnless WalefR suit against aglln t President PresidentJohn PreIlden PreIldenJohn PresidentFohn
John Mitchell Michel of the United Uni Mine Inf Workers WorkersAssociation Vorkersssociatiomt
Association loclatlon for 200000 200 for services Herlc < alleged allegedto uleged
to o have been bNn rendered rendtred in settling eling the late Intonoal lateOI lateoal
OI noal strike strike Justice Lyon L on held hlld that an oral orhlpxaralnatlnn orl orlIxamlnoton oralxamnination
Ixamlnoton pxaralnatlnn would allow alow the tht attorneys attorneystoo aIOrn8
100 great latitude lallude in II propounding ques questions que quesions ¬
ions tionsAn ionsAn
tOI
An application applcton will wi be made for a com commission COI cootniiteelon ¬
mlAlon mission at which wrilton qunttlons IU1018 first flrntipprovod frt frtalJprovr firstlproved
alJprovr ipprovod by h Justice JltCC Lyon may IIY b bl be asked askedSir askiiIr
1 Sir Ir r Nichols Tho Thl Tii case CROil in on Oi the calendar calendarror clendnr clendnrfor
for or the term tlnn of the Ihl Supreme SprelC Court opening openinglero 011nlii
htre mere on Jan 4 hit it is II expected lqllo that It Itilll ittiIl
illl 1 go over tho thC term termCAHPKTKttS Irl IrlHtI tertmm41f1E7EILS
CAHPKTKttS HtI 71 lt HtVr J7 TO QUIT QUIThg jt IT ITIIR
11 IIR National lnnal Inlon nlon Ma > lay 18IIIlhe brave the t lie American AmericanTrilerallon timierleanErtleratien lrrlln lrrllnIlrdlralln
Trilerallon Ilrdlralln or Ir lnlior lnliorTho 1lhor 1lhorho Isuurfun
fun ho District Dl trlct Council Councl of tho Brotherhood Brotherhoodif
of if f Carpenters QUlnterl of Manhattan lIanhntun and Tho Bronx Bronxms BrnJ
has ms passed pd a resolution rlAoluton asking alklnp tho general generalixrcutive Ktneml Ktnemloxeutve geheralixecutive
oxeutve ixrcutive board of tho Brotherhood Brtllrhood to toiilit toglit tomimit
glit iilit tho American AmtrlCI Federation Federtol of Labor LaborPhis IAbqr Lab Labhis
This will wi bo hi considered corldlld nt n special pEclal mepl meplne mei me menV
Inl ne of tho board The reason Inlon given IIon is that thatLftlllation thntaflation thatmilatiomi
aflation Lftlllation Is 11 not necessary ne Mr The hl Brother Brothericod Brotherioodl Drothlr Drothlrhod
hod icod ha hal has a mombcrchip of 141000 141000New 110 110St 141009Nctt
St New Haven lan Ilremen Illrmln Want ant More MereNzw Pay PayNEW P PSF
NEW SF HAYKN Dec 24First 1tFilt VicoPrcsl VicoPrcsllent YlcPrll YlcPrlldlnt VicePremmilent
lent Percy R Todd of tho New Nol Haven Havennllroad Havenralroad Ravenaliroad
ralroad nllroad met lPt the exrcutivu committed rlmih of ofhn orthl ofhe
thl hn Brothorhood Brothrrhoml of Ixxmmotlvo Firemen Firemenn Jirmfn JirmfnIn irenienft
In n a cotiferpnco onfelncn this afternoon aferon concerning concerningho conerninl
110 ho recentlalxir rltlabor recent labor agreement aplmlnt b htwCn ltweemi tw < y > n the thoond thl theoacl
rad ond and Rnl the men mel Tho ho firemen fremel arc not notlatlsflod notMtltl notatisfied
Mtltl latlsflod with Ith porno 011 of tho provisions prOi ion and andire andar ande
ar ire e anxious anlOt for a d change chanpo They h y are Irl alsoreking also alsoiceking alM
8klng iceking an increase Incl in wages wage wagesr
r tskfl a a
PRISONFOR PRISON FOR STRIKE STRIKBVOLHCI STRIKBVOLHCI1R VIOLENCE YIOLMME
ME jIis 1R WHO WIO ASSAULTED ASSUITED COAL CART CARTI CARPIlnEn CARTII1IEER
I DRIVER IlnEn GOT 9 MONTHS MONTHSItecordtr MONThSlIeoorihr UOlTlIS UOlTlISnloord
Itecordtr nloord r Tells Tels Them lelu Their Telr Victim tclm Ietimmm Had Hadthe ld ldthe Hadtime
the Same night 8ht to Work That Tt They TheyHad Tt Time Timehad
Had lad to Strike and That Tat He le It I I Merciful MercifulIn 1trelul 1trelulIn
In Not Sending Stndlns Them 111 to Sing Sing SingJames SII SIIJlle SingJaxiues
James Jlle OBrien and ant Robert RberL Nolllgan Nolilganmnenmbers Nolllganmembers Nellan Nellanloel
members loel br of the Teamsters Teamster Union who whowhile whoIvhleon whowiiiieonmitrilco
while Ivhleon wiiiieonmitrilco on strike strlw assaulted Ilulted at Washington Wahlngton and andDey andDey andfey
Dey streets Atrls on Sept Sopt 7 a nonunion negro negronamed negr negronammwd
named nlle Robert Hobr Hamlin Hamln driver of a coal coalwagon cul cullagon coalwagon
wagon lagon for Curtis CurtA d < t Blaisdell Bladtl were wer sen sentenced sentenced semtlanced ¬
tenced yesterday by Recorder 1enler Gaff aol to thepenitentiary the thepenitentiary the11enlentary
penitentiary 11enlentary for nine months lolth The Re Recorder Recrder Recordersakl ¬
corder crder cordersakl cordersakllime said saidThe RuldThe
The jury Jlr havo very ver properly rendered rlldtred a averdict alrdlct averdict
verdict of ifullty dilt o of assault In I ii the Ih second dt dttfree dt tipgree >
tfree In lil Imposlntr Ilpolln sentence Itnlll upon thme thmedefendants thlle thllelereldunt thesudefsmmdmmimti
Irl
defendants lereldunt I will nssunio thnt they thl tile hnve been betimmmmtn beennun ln lnIIn
1111S8Uni0
nun IIn or good character chnrncllr They lime 11 have hu not notbeen IOt IOtlenlonlctP mmotbemn
been lenlonlctP convicted lol of crime crln before beforeIn Idort
In n doing dollc no lD I niiiBt must however hOItver not lose 10e night nightof sllht sllhtor alglmtor
or the fuel that the crime crlile of which whlfl they the have hnvttIWPH hnnfl havebipii
IWPH fl found irullty Ilt tl In H I serious HPrlol1 one onl in II Its effect effectupon etct etctUlon
upon 111 > 00 tIme wTiola 11011 eomnmnlty I think I but butrepent butrllJnt beitreiemmt
repent rllJnt Ulon what I mi said Id lo tin1 til tim jury In m 1 nmy > charge chargethat chnrKI chargeiimmt
that tllt the law In tlmt gives 110 thesi th tlme I nifii 1n the tl III rltjht rltjhtto richt richtto rtwlmttomiiit
to tomiiit CIIIL Hill work or to refuiic rtrURI to work given IlvH to toto tootwr toother
other 111 mimtmm the night to work uld mmmmd thl freeom freeomto Ireedom Ireedomto
to work 10rk under uldr richt our lass hl s IH OIIH Oll of the til iiiunt iiiuntviilucu IUlt IUlt1lm1 immotttimiimtd
viilucu 1lm1 itiiurantev nurantlH given AIIIU to uc ucIt Ut usit
It t follows rololH tlierelore tllreorp that the attempt ntt0pt to toprevent toPrIent toprevermI
prevent PrIent men 11 who wlo lire Irl willing wtlll to work rroin rroinrxeroliiliiK rrol fromimxprcislmmg
rxeroliiliiK lprIK II thflr legal right rhch to work nieaim nieaimlh meUIK meUIKt mtmemmlmethe
lh the suustltiitlon Hustlutlol of vlolfiiw antI 111 mob Ilob law for Torordir forordlr fororder
order t und uli n due udmlnlxtrntlori admlliltrntun of justice justiceI Justct
I IU uni fairly falrl tUl well wtl sntlHlltid sltHUtd that thlt the 111 workliiK workliiKmun worklul workiimgilIum
mun mUl If he reflects rleef for u nioineiit mOlclt will wi recoa recoanlrt recoKIle recogimizo
nlrt Ile that the til Krentett Arfntest Injury IIJur he hI Im cilia CUl do M Mown liii liiiowmm
own 011 cause IOU Is to resort rlrt to violence olel bepuuse bepuusehy beellAt beemmimsehe
hy h tlmt tllt he hf iillennteri lfnntll the sytnpnth SYIPRtJ of those thosewho th08t thosewimo
who 110 would ould imturullr Illurulh join with him hll In rt his IdseflortB hisenOrA hiselTorti
eflortB for an Improvement of his condition conditionTlio condlton condltonTIl conditionItmel
enOrA TIl Tlio moment 1011lnt he hI rrroIItlt hus Ima IU8 recourse recoure to violence volenC hedefies he heucflen hI
defies the th laws 111 null Rld dlar dl dlsrewmrds relllrdl nrds the th rights rlKh of ofHjinpiithy orotlr ofothmir
othmir worklucmel workingrnemi and In 10 so doln doing hI lie lietouimes 1 1curel
curel touimes otlr lawIK inwitss tend ncl is 10t not elllt entitled 10 etllr either eithersyiimpmmtPi
Hjinpiithy or roitRldcrntlon roitRldcrntlonWorklnitnien lon oumslderntionurkiimmmnmeum
ldlrlton ldlrltonorkllClel
111111 Worklnitnien orkllClel have a rf rllht rtglmt lit to do O nil 11 they theyran Ihe IheInn theytin
ran Inn tin to liiinroro IlprolI their thllr iondltlon Idliol to to oluuln oluulnInirwiHe oltull obtuirmineremeec
InirwiHe 01 waves WU und Uld riductlon reductol re < timctioii or hours hourI of ofInlror orIuhor
Inlror Every EIfn one 01 will wi iierre Ilr to that Hlt teima teimaverv nnd nndIvery Ild Ildvr
Ivery vr verv one 0 will wlllppllld lii npplinid their tllr efforts rurll In II iloliiR iloliiRHO dolll
HO Fvery F filr inliiuK Illdpc i eltizmm > ltl 1 11 > > n will wi say saythat sayt U UIllt
that Illt t him t u I Vf workln worknalllil work I rmgmmlllii > iiiin lius u I I rluht rhll ri trlmt to ohtnln ohtnlnthe ohtulnII obtmeintIu
the II tIu very crl b best Ht it roilltlon COC Itn lint are ar po ro possible possibleIi lbli lblito III IIItn >
to Ii bi 1 > obtained oltllnd Hut lut when II lie IIHK recourxo recourxoto rc ourl
to violence b lolnl or IntliiUilntlon 111111101 or lorrclon then thenhe tl11 tl11ht thermime
he ht neifftwirlly IIcIArlh lows 101 the sympnthy 111111 lorcol of nil nilfair 11 miiifair
fair rlir minded mlndtd oltleiw cllvelK cit zCtms nnd uld firlnitR brimi rlnl gs hlniHelf hlniHelfwithin hllKlr hllKlrwllin hmimrmmwhfIt
within wllin It it im In the tht I lie pain pii of the th t lie criminal crhuilullul lav1 lav1HhsH immitstmo
HhsH stmo ii be l merciful iiwri lrlrul ifmml to t o tlieKi tlll t Imps defeiulnnt defeiulnntTin1 miefemmilarit1il
Tin1 1 1il Iuw fixes Ixf the niuxlinuiu rlxhlul penalty fnult for th thcrime tl timcr1
crime crII cr1 mime of o I which whlcl w hichm tl thuy thl t Ii IIHMI 111 fma been l1 convicted convictednt IJlcttL
nt t live ii hf te yours Ylurl In II Htuto Htlto Mt imtn pIHOI iirlKon I xliull hll immili not notconcl riotsemet
concl 11111 them thil to Suite Hlllt Irl jrlsomu rl > oii I Bhull Hhul Inflict InflictMich 11111 11111lch tmmflirtsmmcte
Mich lch punishment PIII II1lt IIH I mm I hope hol will 11 lx li s < n wnriilnn wnriilnnto wnrnlnl
to nil ul others otlrH In 1 thin th city ell not 10t to do Mmllnr MmllnrnutH Ilnlnr Ilnlnrnutl slrimtixmrmmtits
nutH nutl Rld mend nd to rerognlie rlolll that the I law 111 will wi pro protect protpt procit ¬
cit Mil Ni men n1l that tlot thn 111 tipi strong IIronl arm url of the lnv lnvntord III fiitv1erds
ntord LInrd n I shield Hhllld for every lItn milan mln who Is I nlllini nlllinito tciilmngto llnK llnKto
to Iork nork ork in this community tlr nlt nnd Ild lie ht must musthuvc InKt InKtlu1 mnmmstlmmive
huvc lu1 the tht lng JI lit iirotectlnn iirotectlnnI llrolectln
jMniteijtUiry jwmIt4mt I ioiitentv J ntllc 11 ry eacii elci of you 01110 to I 0 nine nilo ni ime months Ilolth iimormt ii In II tl t lie liejMniteijtUiry liejwmIt4mt I
I STIUKK 7IUlf IS A 4 FAMILY ll MATTER MATTERI 14TTER 14TTERT
I T I niinni Ilnn Men Itn to io 0 Out Put Ileeaiue Ital e III IIIUrotlier Ils IlsBrolher liiiBrother
Brother Wont ont I IJ Pay PayA ay ayI
I A J strike Itrlke has been bcn ordered ordere by the blue bluestone blut blutI bluestone
stone cutters unions unlonl on cnJ all the contracts enlrlcts o oThomas of ofTholls 01 01Timomnas
I Thomas Tholls J Iunn Dunn a bluestone bluestoDe contractor contractorThomns cltrlctor cltrlctorI contractorlimomame
I Thomns 101 > J Dunn DUII has no trouble truble himself hlmscllwith hlmlt hlmltI himselfwith
with the union ullon but the strike It Is II alleged allegedla alged algedih
I la ii ordered ordere because beuse his brother Bart Brt Dunn Dunngeneral Dunnencrl Dunegermeral
general encrl contractor cltractor at 441 44 East E t Sixtyeight Sixtyeightstreet Slxtelghh Slxtelghh8treet Sixtyeighthstreet
street refuses refuss to pay > ay to eight members ol oltho ot otthe cithe
the union ulion 20 200 00 in lieu leu of wages for the fen fovduyn fowH fendays
days H duilng dutli which hlch they tey sat t around doing doinfnuthhig doinglothlng doingmiotiming
nuthhig lothlng at Sunset Sunset Park Pak Fortyfifth Fortyfrh street streelnear stret stretner streetnear
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near ner Firh avenue enue Brooklyn
a city contract contrrctBart cntn contractBurt ct ctBrt
Bart Brt Dunn reported fported the case r8e to the Build Building Buid BuidIng Buildimig ¬
ing Trades rde Employers Association A8ciaUcn and ad sale saleho sId sIdhe saidlie
ho had no call 031 to pay the money He Ie li linot 18 18not itriot
not in the association assciton but his brother brUler ii iirepresented 18 18reprelente itrepresented
represented reprelente theru tero as a member of the Em Employing E Empioying
ploying Blue Bue Stone Cutters Cuttes Association AesociationPreeiden AssociationPresiden lton ltonPreldeCarlo
Presiden PreldeCarlo Charles L Eldlttz Edltz of the Employ Employera Eploy Eploy1f
era 1f association Ilaton told tie tJe story stor of the strIke strlkasfollows strIkeasolows strikasfohlows <
asfollows asolows to a SUN reporter reprlr last lt evening eveningBart eveningBrt eveningRant
Bart Brt Dunn has the contract cntract fora 2000 2000foot 20 2000foot
foot wall wal at Sunset Sunst Park and employed employee1members employedmembers
members membr of the Bluostone Buotone Cutters Cler Union Uniorto Unionto
to top the wall wal with wih a bluestono bluelono coping copingAccording copingAccr copingAccording
According Accr lng to the rule rulel of the union unon stone stonofor stonefor stonefor
for coping cpilp can be b dressed drE in long blocks blocksat
at the quarries quarrlC but blocks eight feet long longor
or loss II must mut be dressed drt sed at the contract contractThere contract contractThmfrewas
Thmfrewas There htrewnto was to be a curve of eighty feet at the theend thonnd te teend
end of the wall wal which necessitated neOltatr tho use useof U8 useof
of ten blocks block eight feet ttt long Dunn did didnot didnot didnot
not think thin of the rule and got them dressed dressedat dro
at the quarry quarr
In a short time Mr Eidlitz Eidltz8ldla Eidlitzsaida said a walking
delegate came around and said sla a union unionrulo unionrult unionrtmlo
rulo rult hud been n violated After ofter some 000 talk talkit tak takIt talkit
it was WI agreed agrld that timattheminion theunlon the union could culd sand two twomen twomen twoinert
men down to redress the stone Mr Ir Fid Fidlltz Eld1Hz Eidlitz
lltz said cown this should Ihould rrs take them about aout two twodn twocaa twolays
dn lays laysInstead vs vsInstead
caa caa1st Instead 1st nd of sending 8eding two men he said saidthe lald laldthe saidthem
the union sent snt eight who told the foremanthat foreman foremanthat forman formanthat
that throe thro and a half hal days as were er to be b occu occupied ou oupied occupled ¬
pied on each of the eight blocks blocksI blolls blollsI Itio lcs lcsI
I cant rnt stand for that Ihat said 8ld tho foreman foremanWhy foremanWh foremanShy
Why Wh youd oud chip all al the blocks away aluy In that thattime thaLtme thattime
time timeThe tme
tmeTe The Te men said sid that they had stated stite the in instructions InItrucUons instructions ¬
structions ItrucUons of the union unon The Tle foreman tormn re ivfused refused r ¬
fused fuse to put them to work and they ther built bult a alittle aItlo alittle
little Itlo fire fre and sat around aound for several 8Ier daysSome days daY8Somo daysBorne
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tme Eldltz says 8Y8 tho thowalking thowalklngdelcgat thowalking
walking walklngdelcgat delegate appeared again and said saidthat 8aidthlt saidtimat
that thlt the contractor cntractor appare would have to pay 12 200 200for oo oofor
for the time tme the eight men lost lot py He re refused reruB1 refused ¬
fused ruB1 to pay whereupon wherupn tho delegate MrEidliz Mr MrEidlitz r rEldllz
Eidlitz Eldllz says declared delare that all al tho contracts contractsof contrac8 contrac8or
of Thomas oma8 J Dunn his hi brother brther would bo bostruck I bestruck
struck struckHart struckBart struckhart
Hart Dunn showed ahowe the contracts cntrctB Mr MrEidlitz MrElclt MrEidlitz
Eidlitz Elclt says to let the delegate and armdotimers armdotimerswho others otherswho other
who accompanied accmpanied him sec that tlat his brother brotherhad brctherhad brotimerimad
had nothing to do with wih the contract cntrct The Theunion Theunion Theunion
union Insisted that he had and ordered ordel a astrike atrlke astrike
strike on all al Thomas Thoml J Dunns contracts contractsIn ntmclsIn
In Manhattan Manhatan and Brooklyn Broklyn until unti the 200 200shall 10 200shall
shall shal bo paid paidUnrt paidInrt paidhart
hart Inrt Dunn Dunl told the same 8mo story ftor and said saidtho saidtime ald aldIhe
time strike Itriko is still Atl on About Aout IW 50 o men are areout areoutl areout
out outl principally on paving contracts contractsWhom cntractl contractsmhom
Whom plnclaly hom do they Ihe want wlnt to pay the 200 200he 201 201ht 200lie
he ht was WR asked askedI ake >
I dont suppose 8UPJ1010 they care who pays pa it ithe i ithe
he said Ild but they did nothing for it Even EvenIf
If they had l been en working worklnp the wages would wouldnot wouldnot wouldnot
not havo IIwe been bNn anything like lke as a much as 1
IU 200 I wont pay it and Im pretty prety surethy sure suremy lure luremy
my brother hrothlr wont p pay It I no 10 matter what whattheir whattheir whattheir
their union rules may be beALLEGES b bA beALIEJES
ALLEGES A JIWJ L Alton IAmR PERSECUTION PERSECUTIONMan lfm WfTIO
Man 11 Accused eused of Speaking III I of McKlnley McKlnleylifts Mciilnleyhas lcKlnll
lifts la Eleven Men In Held 1tld for lAbel UbelCINCINNATI UbrlCUWINNATI lAbelCINCINtATI
CINCINNATI Doc Do 24 24J 24Eleven Eleven engineers engineersof enRlnel
of Slatonary Stationary Engineers EnRlnor Union No 18 18who 18ho 18who
who ho aro charged chagr with wth ll Ibel libel > el by Andrew AndrewCollins AndrewColln AndrewCollins
Collins Colln formerl engineer enjlnlr at the to city ciy water waterworks waterwork8 waterworks
works were wer bound over to t tho Grand Juryhits Jury Jurythis Jurythis
this afternoon aforon by Magistrate Magl tmte Wlnklcr WlnklcrCollins Winklcrolnl Immkler Immklerohms
Collins olnl alleges alegll that the men accused acul him himfalsely himtahlly himfalsely
falsely tahlly of making Illnl derogatory derogalor remarks remarksconcerning nJmarllSconcring remarksconcerning
concring concerning tho lie late President IrRldent McKinley McKinleythrouch McKinleythruJh McKinleythrouelt
thruJh throuch which charges ho lost 10lt hh hi Job at attho attho atLimo
tho water 1ter works worksMagistrate worksMagistrate QrkR QrkRlIglstrto
Magistrate lIglstrto Winkler Raid that both the timeprosecution theproi theproluton
proluton proi prosecution ocution and the defence deronc had apparently apparentlystrong npprnty npprntystronp apparentlyItrong
strong evidence Ivldenc and that the cameo CI was so sopeculiar 10 10pcular sopeculiar
stronp peculiar that tht ho thought tho Grand Ornd Jury Jurynliould Jur JurAhould Jurytimould I
nliould pcular investigate IIe lgate it itMltcliell I I11hll itlitcIicIl I
Mltcliell 11hll Cnllnfonferenceon Calbonrerrnrt on Colorado olorlo StrikeFionamrcmi Strike StrikeFuonRNCE SlrlkeFWRRNCF
FuonRNCE FWRRNCF Cot Col Doe 24 24John John L Gear Gearnational Gtr Gtrnatonal Gearrmatiommal
natonal national organizer for tho United Unld Mine MineWorkers MIneorke MineiVorkers
Workers orke has received rcIve a telegram from fromJohn fromJohn fromYoimn
John Mitchell Mlchol asking aaklnj him to attend atend a con conference cn cnflrnr conerenee ¬
flrnr ference erenee at Indianapolis Indlnoll on Jan 4 to con consider conIdor conelder ¬
elder the strike Itrlt in Colorado Colorao It I Is under understood tinderitood undorfto ¬
stood that the ho organizers orKnlzr will 1 lw in con conference confrnc conSerence ¬
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frnc ference erence with wih the higher hlther officials ofcil of the theColorado theColomdo theolorado
Colorado Fuel Fll and Iron Company and may maysettle may8etle mayiettle
8etle settle the strike strikeIllinois ltrlko ltrlkoIlnol strikeltlimni
Illinois Ilnol Steel 111 Co 0 Plan Plal Closed ClosedCUICAOO CI05td CI05tdUJAGO Closeditmcaoo
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nl light ht No notice notce was wa posed 1 ed and the
10 000 nien len have hn no idea Idel when hn they Ihty timeywill will wi again againo againIO
to o to work It I is I rumored rmord that when whenperations whenoprations whenmperationmi
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