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OUT UTOF ii OF JAIL AfTER ATER 28 SHEARS YEAR YEARDOirVJVGS YEARnoIrNINGS
DOirVJVGS DOIrI iGS LIFE SENTENCE F FWIFE Fon FonIfln FirFi
WIFE MURDER COMMVTKD COMMVTKDItuyrr COI1I1WTIWLatr CO4JLVUTEDLer
Ituyrr Nornun lirman rmaft J I Marilis Long Kffo KffoSucceed 1l1orts 1l1ortsSueeftdThe EffolSueeetdJthO
Succeed SueeftdThe Ttie I Ist > ait Lire Convict ConvictSInE ConvictSlnK In InSlnlr
SInE Slnx Stn to End Ills nays In Indirrs a S Sillrra Sol SolUtU
illrra Home HonieOIcil OilfH lItll Set Hint IliniBy FreBy Fre FrltBy
By keeping everlastingly at it witho withoPny without withoutrny withotny
Pny for five years Lawyer Norman NormanMarsh NormanMarsh J JMnrsh
Marsh of C6 Broadway who was for tan tanyears lUany lUany1IIrs maiyears
years 1IIrs ft partner of ° f the > e late JudgeUbbavin JudgeUb JudgeNoahDnls JudgeoibavIt
bavin hns hZ1 succeeded In getting out outBing outSing of ofSing
Sing Sing John S Downing who on Jan 13
1870 was sentenced to life imprisonment f fthe tor torlhe fthe
the murder of his wife Mary Maryonthnlght Maryonthnlghtof Maryon on the thpnIg thpnIgof nig nigof
of Dec 31878 3 IS7S A few days ago ag dow Odi Odicommuted Odell Odellcommuted Odcommuted
commuted Downings santenoeto imprlso imprlsoment Iml imprisomentuntilDec > rlson rlsonmenl
ment mentuntilDec until Dec 311B03 31 1 ° 3 Yesterday Ycsterduymomlng Ycsterduymomlnglhe inornli inornlithe mornlihe
the he old man arrived in New York and andtho andtic in intho
tho afternoon started for the Soldiei SoldieiHome Soldlerliome SoldlezIfrrno
Home at Bath N Y where here he will Bti BtiBS litay litayasloug st stR
BS asloug R long HH a he lives livesDowning liveswning
Downing wning was a shoemaker sand and live liveixl lived livedalld
alld ixl cobbled shoeH in three roonis ro is of i ittiieinint tho thotIlCIIIlnt ti titIiicIltflt
ttiieinint at 454 Wtst Nineteenth strec streclie street streetHe str e eli
lie li nnd his hi wife had a II drinking bout and androw androw a arow
row on tho night of Dec 3 1878 Tl Tlnext The TheJPJtt TInIt
next morning Mrs Downing Downl ng11 a body bod bad badbruised badly badlybnli hadbniised
bruised bnli fd and with several broken nbc wt wtfound wa wafound w wfornd
found in the flat flatDowning flatDowning flatDowning
Downing was arreated indicted on De
231878 23 18i8 and at the advice of ofthe the then Di Ditrict District D1trict
trict Attorney BenJamlnKPI Benjamin K PhVjlps IP8 pleadguilty plead pleaded pleadedpuilly pleadsA
A guilty of manslaughter in the thefirat first degrcbrpn degree degreebdole degreiwfore
bdole Judge Rufus B Cowliiwho Owi gwhohad gwhohadhppn Iia Iiabcpn
brpn then on the bench justlhirteen j ttIirt en days dayinownltiK daysDOlIlnl dayfloWfllflg
nownltiK has always said Ia that Phelps as ascured aslured a aaured
cured him that ho woiildget wo wodld ld tt t alight a light sontenc sontencby sentenceby sontencby
by entering the plea vrhioh he e did When Whenhl The Vhehe Theh
he h got ot life Downing Downlngnearly nearly went entrnad entrnadhPIi mad madhen madheI
hen he went to topriSon prison he was 47 year yearold yearsold yearold
old Xow ho is 72 7 For many manyyears years h hworked he heworked hworked
worked in the shoe shoeactory factory but bntwtth with failin failineight failing failingighllltld failinsight
eight ighllltld mid old age lighter lIght r and less leMexactlng leMexactlngork Lessaxactin Lessaxactinwork euictln euictlnwork
work ork was given to tohlm him and finally lie be beciiinn bemmu beiTO
ciiinn iTO ti prison prll on Itfl1Vt tnisty tI1IRtf1 For or twentyflv twentyflvymrs twenty twentyfIrrarI flvo flvofar
> ymrs far not a single misconduct mla onduct mark wn wnpriced was wasp waPLICCI
priced p llyd against DoWnings rcoora rcooraFive reooro reooroFiio oord oordii
Five ii n years vears ago two wo nw mi n < < > who had beeiDowning beei beenIsiling beeikiting
kiting 11g Sing li bppened PMnld to tell tellDownilllts tel telDowniigs
Downing s story to MrMarnh M Marilli Me be Ijecnnie became becarTe
came interested In the themanandafter man and after learnlag learn learning learning
ing that thallll he h had ad no relatives relatlvegwho who could affon affonto I affonto fIord
to pay pa a lawyers foosMargli fe ft aTitarsit concludeIndovlat conclude concludetodowliat
Indovlat 10 do what hecoiildfortheoldman hecoiildfortheoldmanHB h hecould could tor fortheoldman fortheoldmantin tho old man man1If1
HB first firttriro tried to have him pardonedInaklng pardoned pardonedmaking pardonedmaking
making application to Gov Roosevelt Rooseveltwho R008evelthn
who hn refused rlfllR > 1d to interfere About a II yea yearorpiis yeago tar tarltO
ltO go Mr Ir Marsh lar h StJculEd a writ ot habe811 habe811rorpuR habeneorpiis
rorpiis from Justico Oaynor before whon whonDlwnina whomfJlminit whonThwning
Dlwnina was M produced while Mr Ir Marsl Marslarsueil Marsiargued Iarsh8ruI11
arsueil argued a motion to not aBide the sentence sentencion
on Ti what hnl Justice Oaynor was pleased t tcall to tocan tcall <
call novel nnd most Interesting grounds groundsThe groundThl
The Jiintice took a long time to examlm examlmthe exanilMthp exarnlnithe
the case Ca e but finally decided not to inter interfere interterl interfere
fere fereThen Then Mr Marsh went after Gov Go Odell Odellwith Odellith Ocleilwith
with ith the result that Downing Downin is now a frei freiman frcoman freiman
man He HI was wa the last 1M of the life convict convictiIn
In Sing Siniz SinizMr HiusrIr SinaMr
Mr Ir Marsh areli went up to the prison aftei afteithe afterthe afteithe
the old man yesterday morning andarrivec andarrivechere andarrivedhpre andarrirechere
here with him at 10 oclock oclo k On lEaching reachinjthe lEachingthe reachinthe
the Grand Central Station Mr Marsh askrcDowning askrc askldDowning askrDowning
Downing who was as happy as a boy wit wita with withnew WIta
a new toy how lid h d like to spend the th tw twor two twoor ty tyor
or three hours he would have In New York YorkThe YorkTho YorkThe
The old man said hed Tike to see a little iii tit o oth ot otth oths
th ths New York Yor he used to know Ho tlulawyer thE lheIayer thElAwyer
lawyer got a carriage and the two madetour made i itour It Itlur
tour lur of the lower part of the city cityThen cityThen cityThen
Then they had a fino fill luncheon hmchfonthe the old olcman oldIIIIIn etcman
man called it foino foineanti and at 2 oclocl ocloclhe
he left in charge ehar of one of Mr Marsh Marsh1clerks Marshclerks Marshclerks
clerks for the Soldiers Home Downing Downinfwrved DowningUrvld Dosvnhriserved
served all through the civil war first as asprivate a aprivate a aprivate
private then a II corporal and finally as assorgeant a aB4rgeant 1 1wrgeant
wrgeant of Company B Fiftyfirst JCev JCevYork riewYorl Ne NeYork
York Volunteers As lie walked nboarc nboarcthe ahoardthll ahoarrthe
the ferryboat tho old man turned to Mr MrMarsh MrMarsh MrMarsh
Marsh and said saidIf flaidIt saidIf
If it hadnt been for you Id a 1 died t tconvict a ac tconvict
convict c < Now Ill die a man I didn didndo didnt didntdo didnido
do that for forwlich which they sent mt me away Go GobkiM God GodhlPAA Gohlse <
bkiM you voul A quiet corner a little to eaiind eat IatInd eatend
ind a aliltle little tobacco is L all I want now am ampretty and andpretty antpretty
pretty soon Ill be gone gonernr IonoTnl goneTilL
TilL SI snr uMfvsr AIUHCKS AIUHCKSCounsel ttIIICttSConneI tnlnClisoon
Counsel oon el Asks AJ s the SupremeCourt SUIreml Court ollrt to Hovlev Hovlevthe RIItthe ReiIethe
the Judgment of the t lie Loner IA CF Court CourtWASHINGTON onrt onrtWASHINGTON ollrtWASffINGTON
WASHINGTON Jan 2 2The The prolongs prolongslitigation prolonjlroUti6atlon prolangetlitigation
litigation over the Buy State Gas Companjippeared Company CompanyIppeared Compan3ippeared
ippeared in the Supreme Court todny todnywhen tocia tociawhpn toclaywheii
when counsel counseltor for J Edward Addlcks filet fileta fliedIl
a petition asking tb tho court to review tin tindecision therlrC tlidecision
decision rlrC sion of tho Circuit Court of Appeal AppealIn ppealsIn
In the suit brought by Samuel Jj Kent tc tcrecover to torOvtr t trecover
recover from Addicks A dlck 300000 oofO and StiiOOooo StiiOOoooot f50000 f50000of 50000tof
of stock of the Bay State Gas Company o oDelaware of ofDelaware oDelaware
Delaware for breach of contract rollt rnct under undeiwhich underhiCh unciciwhich
which hiCh Addicks as president pf of the com compnny compnnr cornPSI
pnny PSI agreed to sell 11 Kent the right to man manufacture manufncturl1 manufnctur
ufacture and sell acetylene gas In Mass Massachufetts Massachusetta lassIlchuilEtts
achufetts achufettsIt
It appears from the record that the board Ixmrtof boardof boardof
of directors dlr tor of the company compnnydld did not ratify ratifjthe ratirylh ratifythe
the lh agreement allr ment and Kent thereupon brought broughtnuit brought8uit broughtsuit
suit against Addicks AddlckRpertlOnall personally in the tinFwienil theFlIipml thErcderi
Fwienil Court for the Eastern FARtt > rn district oj of ofPennsvhania ci ciPennsylvania
Pennsylvania where Judge Acheson found fountIn foundIn
In favor of the defendant it not being beinghofn blingthon leingmhown
hofn that he had the power to exccutt exccuttthe executethe exccuttthe
the contract cont rnet Kent appealed app > lleti from the thenonsuitto thenonsuikto tlicrionsuitto
nonsuitto the Circuit Court curt of Appeals Appealswhich AppealRhleh Appealswhich
which hleh reversed that judgment and di directed directed tllrectecl ¬
rected the retrial of tho cas casrpimsfl CIISr0l1l181 castoiinssl
rpimsfl r0l1l181 now a alkf kn tlnvSupronw Court tc tcreview torerw tcreview
review the latter judgment on the ground groundtht groundth groundth3t
tht th it overrides > an ni important principle ol olfnrporation atrnrporatioll ofCorporation
Corporation agency law which would wouldopen wouldopen wouldopen
open the door to a flood of litigation to b btlt be berltfrminp bciIt <
tlt rltfrminp iIt Trained by th thO t he uncertain and varying varyingjudgment varyln3iidgmnt aryingjlJrlgmPllt
judgment of juries so that parties cannot cannotsof cannot8M cannotPf
sof 8M Pf or o coimnp counsi > l ntlvis intelligently Iy in such sucliCBB fluchtRA suchcRs
CBB cRs S Counsel ou n 1 < 1 also asserts that the themount thl1ani1ll11f t1 t1rnoitnt
ani1ll11f mount in dispute is extremely and ruin ruine ruinc1J ruincI2IV
e c1J cI2IV ly II largo for individual indlvidualliabll liability liabilityCoinage liabilitytainae ty ty0In3It
Coinage at the MiniVASIIINrTON Minis MinisWASHINGTON lInt lIntASIII
WASHINGTON ASIII GTO Inn 2 21he The coinage of ofthe otIh
the Ih Initwl rnitt < 1 States mints for the calendar calendaiyrar calendarynr calendarrcar
yrar lira 1t1 apRreRatcd a total of 24001271pii 24001271 2400127t1i
pii i rf f wliich lijeh ih 170721241 pieces wer werfjns were werorjn wererum
fjns < rjn rum of 1 t he realm f108flI 10811sir l1wmrA worn for th thPhilippine the thoFhilippinr theIhilippine
Philippine Government l80ncno for Aene Aenenifln YeneYII11 Veiiepiirla
nifln and esoWX I for Costa Cmlt Rica IticaIlio RicalIe
lIe 1 hFl American coinage mpresented roprc > 6ented i ifaro a ala afae
faro la value of Jfl580Dfi9l of if which 43683970 43683970nas
nas 11 cold Id SJOfl7 10874440 H silver and 2231281 2231281nifk 22312S1lIirkJ 22112815ikl4
nifk lIirkJ < and cents The now fivecent fiv centpiooe8 centpiooe8rillpd pieces piecesplafd piecesplsd
plafd in circulation during the year num numb numb aiimnrrd
b nrrd rwl 28006725 and the onecent pieces piecesfj0n4i93 piecesOU4t9t plooelm
fj0n4i93 OU4t9t m of which 20000000 were coined coinedIn
In n the month of December DecemberRrnricanlatlnn DecemberRtnranltlon IecarnberhlenrganIathn
Rrnricanlatlnn of the Hoard of Grneral GrneralAliprnlsrrs GrneraltppraIsers rneralpprlI
Aliprnlsrrs AliprnlsrrsWASHINGTON tppraIsersAMIEiNGrfly pprlI lrs lrsWA
WASHINGTON WA AMIEiNGrfly ltI Grmr Jan 2 3ThEE THe rRorgani reorganization reorgani7ationIf ition itionf
ef If f thr th Board of General C Appraisers I at New NewYork NewYork NowLirk
York was as completed today when Secretary SecretaryWaw fkcretaryfiJlIw ecretaryaw
Waw aw announced that tho beard wl wilVbo will 1bo be sub Aubrlividrrl subdiridcql ub ubnivldrd
nivldrd Into Ihiee Ihl separate dIvisions for forclassification torclllAAifllation forClassifIcation
classification and reiippraiscment as fol follow follo fot1ivjjon ¬
low lo s
Division sDivision fivi lon 1 MCSTS Lunt Shorretts aflI31clplIancl and andJlcCIellnndj andc
JlcCIellnndj 31clplIancl c 1lInnd Division 2 Messrs 111MI Fischer FischerIfp FIscherlfowt FischerIfcwll
Ifp lfowt Ifcwll > ll and D Do Vries ries Division 3 Messrs MessrsflitB Mesarsaill MessrsRite
Rite Somerville and Hay HoyUrn HayUrn Haytiii
Urn liDlTre lo tt llr lleutenanlUefleral lleutenanlUefleralWARI1IyOTQX lJeute JcutennnMi lUIGttleral lUIGttleralWARIII < iier l lWASHINGTON
WASHINGTON WARIII OTOX Inii 2 2Upon Upon the promo promotion promoI promobon ¬
I tion of MajorGen Adha R 14to ChafTee ChafTeeto
to be LieutenantGenoral nnd Chief of ofBlair ofEitlifT ofbttT
Blair succeedim IjieutGen S B M Young Youngwho Yourigwill YoungWho
who will be retired on Jan JanD fl BrigGen
0 L I Gillesple Gille ple Chief of Engineers will be bepromoted bepromoted beproynoteI
promoted to bo MajpiGeneral and assigned assignedJ al1 ned nedAlol
Alol J assistant chief of the General Staff StaffIM StatJIt taff taffIti
IM It is believed that Col Aloxander Mackenzie Mackenzienl Ma kmzle
nl tho Engineer Corps orps the senior fJnorColonel fJnorColonelor Colonel Colonelof
of r the th General Starr will succeed ucceedGon ucceedGonGilllHpie Gen GenWllwpie Uenihlepie
Wllwpie as Chief of Engineers EngineersNational EnglljoorRatlmal EngiecrsNatiOnal
National Kink Circulation CirculationWASHINGTON CirculationA51ZNQTOH IrculallnnWAFITIINGTON
WASHINGTON A51ZNQTOH Jan 2 2ThA The circulAtion of ofnational ofOIItionalbnllk ofnational
national OIItionalbnllk bank notes on Dee De 31 aggregatedi2th3ol8 aggregated
1125163018 being heln an increase of S4956039rlllring 4p5003fl 4p5003flduring 4I96039during
during the month and of 140283234 wince winceIoo sinceIec lincerH
Ioo rH > c 11 1802 1802Tho 1002Tho 1902The
Tho amount amen or of bonds deposited in InthA InthATrpafury the theTreasury theTreasury
Treasury by national banks bl1nksaA as security for forcirculating forClrculating forirctilatiiig
circulating notes and deposits rlepoAltlof of public publiofunds pllhHorlindA publicfinds
funds is J558715620 511715l20 of which S 490087450 490087450re 9tJ0874i O Oero
ere re 2 per cent Hnt consols co MOIs 13204170 3204170 were werefSafo wereIiafo wereIta1c
fSafo and municipal bonds 3000000 were wererbllippino wereJhllipplm werelhllipplna
rbllippino certificates and 1045000 Ha Hawaiian HaWaiian HaWailan ¬
waiian bonds bond8J
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I I VOTKSOVr4JV4flM nOTE80NPANUIAr NOTES VOTKSOVr4JV4flMtonmtrntlal ON 1P42r4M4 1P42r4M4I
r
tonmtrntlal oon I tntlal Pamphlet IMOMI to Arm Armonicers ArlllY ArlllYOnletra tm tm4flIcrs
onicers by b tho Otncra < i ncr l Staff StmrrWASHINGTOH IiItarrW StaffWASIIINOZON
WASHINGTOH W ASHJNOroli Jan 2Tlio General Sta Staof Stair Stairof
of the army today issued It to officers o oduty on onduty cduty
duty in the War Department a 1 cbrffldentij cbrffldentijpublication conftdentlalpublication corftldentlpublIcation
publication entitle < l Notes Not J on Panama Panamaprepared PanamaPreiared
prepared bjrCaptHale byCapt Hale The book contains contuhthe containstholate3t contairthe
I the tholate3t latest information In regard regl rd to tl tlgeography the thegeography tIgeography
geography climate mineralogy and topojraphy topoj topography topo1raphy
raphy of the Isthmus of Panama Arivers A Arivers All Allriven
rivers and mountains are described j jdetail in indetail Idetail
detail and there U I a complete nccoui nccouiof account accountof accouiof
of the Indian tribes The shore line linemapped linemapped Is Isnapped
mapped and all allshbals shoals and rocks are platted platteiMuch plattedMuch platteMuch
Much of the information Is taken froirecent froi froirecent trom tromrecent
recent publications In regard tothecountr tothecountrnnd fothec to the countr countrand untry untryand
and reports to the Bureau of America AmericaRepublics AmericanItepubhcs AmericaRepublics
Republics but there are also alsoextract extracts hoi froireports from fromreportR hoireports
reports made to the General Staff by Cap CaptC
C B Humphrey U S A who was w4L ear seito sent sentto earto
to the thelsthmuejustbetorethe Isthmus IsthmusJust juatbeforo beforotho the recent revolt revolttioii revolutlou revolttion
tioii to make military observations observationsCapt observntlonsCapt observationsCapt
Capt Humphrey says that Son Miguel MlgmBay MiguelBay MlguiBay
Bay was well known to the old buccaneerHe buccaneer bucooneerslie buc aneer aneerlie
lie ascertained that It was used by th thbuccaneeraaii tho thobuccaneen1a thbuccaneonsas
buccaneeraaii entrance to the Pacific an anthey and andtl antliy
they tl y ma made e it the terminus terpusof of overlan overlanJourneys overlandJourneys overlanJourneys
Journeys from the Gulf o 01 Darien Thl Thlt fhls
t is a the route which the Colombians prcposed prc proPO prcposed
posed PO edto to be used by landing troopa troopant at th thmouth the themouth lbmouth
mouth of the Atrato In Inthi the Gulf Oulfot of Dane Darieand Darlenand Daneand
and then sending them across the Itsthmu Itsthmuto Itltrnnusto Isthrnutan
to tan San Miguel Bay llayCallt Capt Humphre Humphreadds Humphreyadds JlumphreAU
adds addsMAn
addsAn An advance across the Isthmus IronColon Iron fromColon fretColon
Colon toward t Panama would 1I0uldbe be of course courseeasiest CourseOIIte oureeeaest
easiest OIIte eaest t by the railroad line aa the trails trailsarevery trailsareverrgenerally traIlsaThveryenera1Iy
arevery areverrgenerally enerally difficult dlftloultand and overgrowr overgrowrwith overgrownth overgrowrwlth
with th brush There Thereare are ls several veral hllla whlot whlotcould whiohoould whIocould
could be occupied to prevent an advance advancealong advancealong advancalong
along the line Guns mounted upon uponli uponlipoint s spo LIolnt
po point olnt nt near the lighthouse IIghth use in the city ol olColon ofColon 01olon
Colon could protect both harbors against againsta
a hostile fleet About half a mile wes wesof west westof weeof
of the city of Panama Panamalsa la a large hill hl1 6W 6Wfeet 61 61feet I Ifeet
feet In height Anoon Modern artlllerj artlllerjcould artilleryoould artillerjcould
could be placed upon thla hill and comman commanithe C Cthe I Ithe
the city cityof of Panamaand both the harbors harborsalso harborsal80 harborsalso
also the anchorage near tho Island oCulebra o ocould of ofCulebra
Culebra The only points whore troops troopscUld troopcould
could be belal1ded landed near Colon onthe Atlantic Atlanticside Atlantic81do Atlanticside
side of the Isthmus are Porto Bello Harbor HarborManzanilla HarborMa HarborManzanilla
Manzanilla Ma 2anllla or Limon Bay Dayat at Boras del deloro deloroor Toro Toroor Tornor
or in favorable weather at the mouth o othe Of othe
the Chagres River The only place wher whortroope whertroops 0
troops could be landed on onthe the south side o othe othe
the Isthmus is at the bather of f Panama Panamaor panamaf panamafor
or 0 La Boca B < > ca or at the mouth motithof of the Camite CamiteRiver CamltoHlvernear CamiteEryer
River Hlvernear near ChorreraIE1Ll Chorrera ChorrerftWILL ChorreratJII1
WILL FIGHT CAAL 04 TttEATl TttEATlTlllman 1REAl1Tillman TWATTIliman
Tlllman Oeelarl Drcl rc War ar AKalhxt II AlthoughHe Although AlthoughHe Althoulhile
He ile Wants the > Canal CanalATMNTA CanalATLtZTA anal analATLlNTA
ATMNTA Ga Jan 2 2Senator Senator Tillmar Tillmarof
of South Carolina thinks the Democrats Democratswill DemocratBwill Democratswill
will oppose and defeat the Panama Canatreaty Cana Canatreaty Canal CanallEaty
treaty He also al o has some somesevere severe things U Usay to tosuy tcsay
say of President Roosevelt RooseveltI
I have no doubt in my mind said Sen SenatorTillmanthat Senatorflllman Senator
atorflllman ator atorTillmanthat Tihiman that the revolution in Panama Panamtwas Panamwas PanamaW811
was started in Washington and New York YorkSenator YorkSe YorkSenator
Senator Se nator Hoar one of the leading leadln Repub Republicans Republicans pub publicaM
licans thinks so as well as hundreds oiothers of ofothers
others Washington knew all about the theplans thoplans theplans
plans of the revolution before it even evenstarted evenstarted
started It may be a difficult matter to tcprove toprove toprove
prove absolutely that this Government Governmentworked Governmentworked Governmentworked
worked up that revolution but I firmly firmlybelieve firmlybelieve firmlybelieve
believe it did and I am not alone in my mybelief mybllieI mybelie
belief beliefI
belieI I want the canal I want It for the theSouth theSoulh theSouth
South because no section of the country countrycould countryeould countrycould
could be more benefited than ours by the theestablishment thetstabllihmCnt theestabiiehnwnt
establishment of this thl great waterway wateIWR But ButI
I do not want tho honor of my country countrysmirched countryI countrybesmirched
smirched I > by any such tactics as are now nowbeing nowbeing nowbeing
being employed by the Republican Admin Administration kdministration dmin dministrntlon ¬
istration to get possession of the canal canalIf canalH
If it could be shown that there hud been beennothing I beennothing > ten tennothing
nothing dishonorable done in the matter matt PI I Iwould Iwould Iwould
would gladly vote for the treaty but that thatcun thatcan
can never be shown and my intention is isto isto isto
to fight it to the last in the caucus and the thecaucus thecaticlas
caucus cauc s I am sure is going to city tla continue continuethe continuet continuethe
the t h fight Morn evidence tld nee is to be intro introduced IntroI introduced ¬
duced and when it is no one will doubt doubtwhere doubtI doubtwhere
I
I where Democracy shouk sliouldstand sliouldstandPrcsident < stand standPresident f < tandI
President Roosevelt wants to be re reelected roelect reelected
I elected elect td He I1 III is i trying his hi best be t to provoke provokewar
war He wants to bo a war President Presidentbecause PrtHldentbecallo Presidentbecatiec
because it has been h > n the history hi tory of our ourcountry ourOlIntrr ourcountry
country < for some t < time that it is impossible impossibleto
to defeat a war vai President PrE idtnt for a second secondterm secondterm nd ndtenn
term He is il acting in direct violation of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Spooner act in this matter and before beforehe beforee beforehe
he e gets through with it IIP howlil will find that to toopenly toopenlr toopenly
openly violate the law will be a matter a apreat ajZrtat agreat
great deal moro serious than he thinksThe thinks thinksThe thinksTho
The people have lost confidence in him himHo himHe himHe
He is easily turned by flattery Vanity Vanityin anity anityII
in II < his weak point lIe m surrounded by a afew IIfpw afew
few who flatter him make him think he is isgreater 11freatpr iegreater
greater than lie ever will be and then th 1I he hethinks hethinks hethinks
thinks he has ha the hacking of the whole wholecountry wholecountry wholecountry
country but he hasnt hasntMORC4 halmtJlOnG hasntMoRG4V
MORC4 WILL FWI1T T OV OVTo O OTo
1 To Oppose Iunanii to the ICnd IndSays ndSa Say Our OurPulley OllrInlle OurPiiIlcy
Pulley Inlle Would IHsBracc UI lrraee Turkey TurkeyMoNranuEitT TurkeyMorooinFnY rorkl rorklIONGOUYRY
MoNranuEitT Ala Jan 2 2Senator Senator John JohnT JohnT
T 1 Morgan in a letter to the editor of theJournal the theJournal thoJournal
Journal today scores the President for forIhe forthe forthe
the position he has taken with reference referenceto
to the Panama Canal The Senator says saysThe say sayThe saysihe I
The annexation of Panama is provided providedTorus proicldfor
for Torus II iu a necessary result in il the HayVarilla HayVarillatreaty Ha HayVarillaLreaty Varilla
treaty and that fact will lead to war with withColombia withcolo withColombia I
Colombia colo lbia It may slumber awhile under underLho IInderthi underLInt
LInt anodynes we will administer to Reyes Reyesfrom RIYfjI Reyesrrorn
from the Treasury of the United StatesContinuing States StatesContinuing Stattlontinuinlt
I Continuing the Senator said saidIwillnoteitherfromfoaror f3dI
Iwillnoteitherfromfoaror I will not eit her from fear or in the th 0 hope hopesf hopeat
I sf favors or 01 advantages to como vote to tosustain toI toEliStaill
I sustain a Presidential policy that I nil n1 men menknow menImo monknow
Imo know to IMS III unlawful and that is us what whatSouthern whatSouthern whatiouthiern
Southern men will do when they vote ote for forIhe forthe forLIlA
the HayVarilla 1I1I Varilla treaty treatyThe treatyThe treatyThe
The President Prp ldent deliberately refused to toulwy toolfJy tooley
ulwy the requirements of the Spoonor Spoonorlaw Hpoon Spoonrlaw r rlaw
law Not ot only oni so but with waiting fleets fleetshO fleettho IIltthI
ho hI stood by It from the 22d of September Septemberuntil Sept Septeriiberuntil 1her 1herIIntii
until the 3d of November waiting for or the theblow theblow theblow
blow prepared by seven conspirators conspiratorsthat conspirn tore torethat
that would forever make it impossible for forColombia forColomhla forLOOIII1ht
Colombia to make any anal concessions concessionsin
in in the Depiirtnorit of Panama PanamaI
I do ho not want to voice the Indignation of ofnil ofall ofill
nil right thinking people at this strange strangeand stranpoand
and frantic usurpation nor do I wish to toritiolsi tocrlticLq toriticie
ritiolsi those of the South whose fears of ofRepublican otRtplbllcm ofteplibhican
Republican perfidy are leading them to toupport toRupport toupport
upport this conduct of the President PresidentIt
It is a national seaudal that would dis disjrace disgrace dietrace
grace Turkey TurkeyFOR TurkpyFOn TurkeyFtTH
FOR ROOSEVELT nOOEII lT Al 4 I CAXAL CAXALll t NA I I1I IilsIesippl
ll ilsIesippl ql Uslppl slppl Republican State Committee CommitteeInsnlmuusly Committeefl5fllIfl9fll ommlttl ommlttltnanimolllll
Insnlmuusly for or Moth MothJACKSON hourJACKSON lIothJACKIIO
JACKSON > Miss Jon Jan2At 2 2At At a 1 meeting of ofhe ofthe Ofhe
the he Republican State committee here to toay today tolay
day lay ay resolutions were unanimously adopted adoptedavoring adoptedfaoring adoptedavoring
avoring the nomination of President Presidentlooseyelt Prt Presidenttooieveit idtnt idtntHool
Hool looseyelt < evelL as tho Republican candidate candidateor
for or President They praised him enthus enthusistically enthuestica1it nthufliU8t1caHy
istically This 11Ii Isthmian canal resolution resolutionois rCFolutfonwllIalRo
wllIalRo ois also als adopted unanimously ullSmmoullyRelolred unanimouslyResolved
Resolved That the speedy construction nstructionof Ion Ionf
of f the Isthmian canal c nal is II necessary necessary to tho thoDntiriued thocontinutd theontinued
Dntiriued prosperity of the nation and andspecially audeappcially andsnecially
specially to the Clulf States and it is our ourieiiu ourdellurrate ourletiberate
dellurrate ieiiu letiberate < rain uiutuiiu1 uiutuiiu1Be conviction that those who op oppnBe opieee
ieee Be the construction of same under what whatver whater whatver
pnBe ver er guise are an enemy enpm to the best In Inerestsof Intrests inerestsofthe
trests erestsof erestsofthe of the United States StatesLL StateflI Stateshail
hail LL QIIET an 1T OV 0 TIlE IS7ll ISTIIMV8 ISTIIMV8eport I S1I1U 11 lJ 11leport S SIport
eport That the iheMaYfiOWer Mayflower Hail Sunk SunkCIlomhlnn a aColombian aCuiomIIan
Colombian Gunboat Not Confirmed ConfirmedWASHINGTON ConnrmldWASIUNGTON ConfirmedSssiniNGTON
WASHINGTON Jan 2 2Ali All quiet on the theBthmus theIsthmus thesthmue
Isthmus no news wan Va the message that thatame thatcame thatante
today from fromear fromRear fromtear
came ante to the Navy Department
Rear ear Admiral Gloss at Panama PanamaRear PanAmaHear PanamaItear
Rear Admiral Coghlan telegraphed that thatie thathe
he ie had sent the yacht Mayflower from Colono Colon Colonto
to o Porto Bello a sheltered harbor to make makeomo m makeome kf kflIome
omo repairs to her steam pipes which whichould whichwonld whichoiild
wonld ould take six days daysThe daysrho daysrho
rho Mayflower left Colon yesterday yesterdayothing yesterdayothlnp yesterdayrothing
othing to confirm the report that she hadtink had hadunk hadIIlmk
IIlmk unk the Colombian gunboat den len Pinzon PinionThe PinzonhaA Pinzonas
haA as been received by the Navy Department DopartmentTh
The Th new cruiser Cleveland ClovelanBned h his been ft8 ft8Plhrned asigned
Plhrned Bned to the Caribbean squadron and andill andwill andIll
will ill probably bo hesent sent to Colon Colonorprtlo ColonTorplrto Colonorjwdo
orprtlo Boatnestroycrlawrenof float nf DestroYer > lItroyprlTenlJt lawrence Hammed HammedWASHINGTON RammlftWAfJRfNGTOf DammedVAsn
WASHINGTON VAsn iNoTc Tan 2A telegram from fromlear tromItear fromear
Itear lear Admiral Sands at Key Ke > West received receivedt receivedattho
attho t I the Navy Department this morning says saysat 114Ytbat saysat
tbat at the thetol torpedo > Pdo boat destroyer Lawrence Lawrencerhile IAwrpnwhile Lawrencerblle
while at anchor anchorat at Key West was rammed rammedy
steamboat IIteamboatOlivette Olivette Heys He Heyn HoeaY8
by y I the passenger
eaY8 yn that a report will follow later
ManufacturersSamples Manufacturers ManuftctT ManuftctTSamples I ISamples
Samples of MusliiUnderwear Muslii MusliiUnderwear MuslinUnderwear
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Regular R g dpr and d J Extra ct ctGowns tr s sGownsl Size SizeGowns
Gowns Chemises Drawers Cors CorsCovers Corset CorsetCovers CorsLICovers
Covers and White Petticoats i iNainsook of ofNalnsook c cNainsook
Nainsook Nainsookf Nainsookor or Cambric trimme trimmewith trimmedwith trimmewith
with fine f laces embroideries an anribbons and andribbons anribbons
ribbons at finethird legs I than Tat rggJar TatI rc rcMInT
Jar I r prices pricesj pigtThe pfIf
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Cotton Waists WaistsDainty WaistsDainty WaistsDainty
Dainty Waists of fine Lawn wit wittrimmings with withtrimmings wittrimmings
trimmings of lace and embrold embroldcry embroiderYI
cry also the new straight hoc froitailormade front fronttailormade hoctailormade
tailormade models of Madras an anlinen and andlinen anlinen
linen plain or handernbroidere handernbroidereWaists hnndembrolderedWaists handenibroiderecWaists <
Waists of Percale white with col colorcd colored colored
ored stripes strip s plaited front an anlaundered anlaundered and andlaundered <
laundered cuffs At 98 98Waists 98c 98cWaists 98Waists
Waists of Madras white with black blacldots blackdots blacidots
dots or plain white straight fron froneffect fronteffect froneffect
effect trimmed with large pear peaibuttons pearl pearlbuttons pearbuttons
buttons At JJ5 JJ5Waists 151 151Waists 50 50Waists
Waists of white Lawn with plaited plaitefront plaitedfront plaitetfront
front and embroidered insertionfancy insertion insertionsfancy insertion5fancy
fancy collar At 19 19Waists 19Waists 98 98Sp
Sp i iWaists
Waists of white Lawn with tuckcfront tucked tuckedfront tucketfront <
front and trimmed with lace an anembroidered and andembroidered amembroidered
embroidered insertions the sizes o owhich of ofwhich owhich
which are incomplete Value <
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Waists of Lawn Madras Zephyr Zephyror
or Chambray white or coloredValue colored coloredValue coloredValue
Value 150 to 298 98Night 98 98c 98cNight 98iNight
Night Robes RobesOf
Of muslin with yoke of lace inser insertions Insertions Insertions ¬
tions and hemstitched tucks neck neckfront neckfront neckfront
front and sleeves finished fini hed witi witihemstitched withhemstitched witihemstitched
hemstitched ruffle At 39 39Of 39c 39cOf 39Of <
Of Cambric yoke of fine tucks tucksembroidered tucksembroidered tucksembroidered
embroidered ruffle on neck am amsleeves and andsleeves ancsleeves
sleeves or with yoke of Val lacinsertions lac lacinsertions lace laceinsertions
insertions and tucks with hem hemstitched hemstitched hemstitched ¬
stitched ruffle At48 At48Of At 48c 48cOf 4 4Of <
Of Cambric chemise model with withwide withwide wit witwide
wide embroidered insertions 01 01stitching or orstitching onstitching
stitching short sleeves At 69 69Of 69c 69cOf 69cOf <
Of Nainsook or Muslin Muslinsquare square 01 01round or orround ouround
round neck trimmed with em embroidery embroidery embroidery ¬
broidery Val and torchon laces lacesbeading lacesbeading lacesbeading
beading and ribbons short or lonjsleeves long longsleeves lon lonsleeves
sleeves At 85cOf 85 85Of 85c 85cOf <
Of Nainsook round neck Point Pointde Pointde Pointde
de Paris lace insertion bending beadingand bendingand bendingand
and ribbons short sleeves At 98cOf 98c 98cOf 98cOf
Of Nainsook or Cambric chemise chemisemodel chemisemodel chemisemodel
model with fancy yoke of embroid embroidery embroidcry ¬
ery V square or round neck with withribbon withribbon withribbon
ribbon drawn through casing and andinsertions andinsertions andinsertions
insertions At 98c 98cOf 98cOf 98cOf
Of Cambric Bolero effect trimmed trimmedwith trimmzdwith trimmedwith
with wide embroidered insertion and andruffle andruffle andruffle
ruffle At JU9 JU9Of 129 129Of 29 29Of
Of Nainsook open or closed front frontsquare frontsquare frontsquare
square or rcund neck with hem hemstitched hemstitched hemstitched ¬
stitched embroidery or Val lace lacewith lacewith lacewith
with ribbon drawn through lawn cas casing casIng casing ¬
ing short kimono sleeves At 150Of 150 J5GOf 150Of
Of nainsook square neck closed closedor
or open front with French em embroidery embroidery embroidery ¬
broidery or Val V nl lace insertions andtucks and andtucks andtucks
tucks At JJ99 JJ99Of 199 199Of 99 99Of
Of nainsook several models with withembroidered withembroidered withembroidered
embroidered beading and lace edge edgePompadour edgePompadour edgePompadour
Pompadour neck with embroidered embroideredbeading embroideredbeading ctnbroideredbeading
beading and ribbon very short shortfancy shortfancy shortfancy
fancy sleeves square or round neck neckwith neckwith neckwith
with wide embroidered edge or orTorchon orTorchon orTorchon
Torchon lace insertion and wash washribbon washribbon washribbon
ribbon drawn through lawn casing casingshort casingshort casingshort
short sleeves At JJ98 JJ98Of 198 198Of 198Of
Of Nainsook front and back of oiyoke ofyoke
yoke and top of sleeves of wide widelace widelace widelace
lace insertions or fine Val lace laceinsertions laceinsertions
insertions headings and ribbons ribbonsand ribbonsand ribbonsand
and with handkerchief effect of ofPoint ofPoint ofPoint
Point de Paris lace At 298 298Of 298Of 298Of
Of Nainsook back and front of ofyoke ofyoke ofyoke
yoke and short fancy sleeves of ofwide ofwide ofwide
wide Platte Val lace insertions insertionsembroidered insertionsembroidered insertionsembroidered
embroidered beading be ding and ribbon ribbonAt ribbonAt ribbonAt
At 350 350Of 350Of 50 50Of
Of Nainsook N insook tucked front kimono kimonosleeves Idmonosleeves kimonosleeves
sleeves of Cluny lace l ce insertions insertionslace insertionslace insertionslace
lace edge embroidered beading and andribbon andribbon andribbon
ribbon At 395 395Of 395Of 395Of
Of Nainsook round neck pompa pompadour pompadour pompadour ¬
dour effect of allover embroidery embroideryflare embroideryflare embroideryflare
flare sleeves At J395 J395Of 395 395Of 395Of
Of Nainsook surplice neck jabot jaboteffect jaboteffect jeboteffect
effect of wide lace ruffle finishedwith finished finishedwith finishedwith
with wide satin ribbon and bead beading beadinfo beading ¬
ing At J575 J575Nightingale 575 575Nihtlngale 575Nightingale
Nightingale Gowns of Nainsook Nainsookfront Nainsookfront Nainsoolfront <
front and back of fine lace inser insertion insertion lasertion ¬
tion trimmed with shower bows of ofribbon ofribbon ofribbon
ribbon At 590 590CHARGED 590CIUnGlW 590CI14RGED
CHARGED WITH WIT A t SHORTAGE SHORTAGEIxperts sio1fTtGFxpeFtC I IExperts
Experts Examining Accounts of Secretary SecretarySlosrley Seeretarlosrle SecretaryMosele
Slosrley losrle of Interstate Commission CommissionWASHINGTON CommIssionWASlIlNOTON CommissionWA5II1NOTO
WASHINGTON Jan 2 2ChargPl Chargoa have been beenled beonfiled beenled
filed led with the Interstate Commerce Com Conilesion Comitesion Commission
mission against Edward A Moseley Mo It le pocro pocrouy Iocretary socretry
tary uy and disbursing officer of the com comliBnlon commlllllion cornission
liBnlon alleging shortage and irregu irreguiritliw IrregularltltJII irreguritkes
iritliw in Iii his accounts The charges > i wore worenought wtJrobrought wereroughit
brought to the theattontion attention of Mr Moseley by byommisHioner byCommiIfloner byomtnissiofler
ommisHioner Clements this morning and nndfter andafter andlIar
after lIar a 11 brief discussion of tho case leave of ofbeence ofbeence
beence was given the th secretary until after aftern afteran
investigation of bin III accounts has been beenompleUxl beencompleted beenmpleted
an n 1
completed Shortly afterward a number numberf I Iot
ot f exi expert rt accountants from the Treasury Treasurytepartmont TreasuryDepartmont Treasuryepartment
tepartmont went to work overhauling the theooks thobook theaoks
book ooks of the commission commissionCommissioner commisFlionCommissioner conlrniw4loriCommissioner
Commissioner Clement said this after afteroon afternoon afterDon
noon Don that for some time rumors had been beeni beencirculation
in i circulation which had to do with the thelleged thoallelted theLieged I
lleged irregularities in the office offi < e of Secro SecroiryMoseloy SfretarylI08eley SecreiryMoseley
iryMoseloy who is IIIaillo also disbursing officer officerf
of f the commission Three rumors which whichere whichwere whichore
were ere at llr first t very vague later took more moreelinito moredetlnlte moreillnlte
elinito form and the other day the com comilssion comrnlslon cornisslon
ilssion secured a number of definite accu accuitions acclIIatlollll aeonitlons
itions against the secretary s Mr Clem Clemnta Clements ClerniPi
ents nta said the commissioners were positiveom positive p8itlvetrom
trom om their own knowledge that certain of ofie ofth ofIt
th ie It charges made against Mr 11 Moseley were werensolutely wereaholutely weresoiutely
nsolutely fake tall < e hut that in regard to others othersley othll1they othersLey
they ley had no personal knowledge and it was wassliflved wasbeHAved wasthieved
beHAved best as a matter of precaution on ontfcfl onthe
the 0 part of the commission all well all of ofjU8t1C oftatice
jU8t1C tatice tfcfl > to Mr Moseley to have a II thorough thoroughvestigation thoroughIncstigatlon thoroughreatiglitlon
vestigation As there was no one in the theiploy thFlemploy theaploy
employ iploy of the commission qualified to doS do
S
ati i Cmripattg CmripattgBroadway ttntttp in4tan t1g t1gBroadway
4 Broadway 33d to 34th Street StreetOur V VOur I IOur °
Our January J anuarySale Sale of Muslin Underwear UnderwearMakesIts und Uflderw rwear rwearMpJs ear earMJs
MpJs MakesIts Xt jjs J Debut D Mt on m n Monday Mgng January the tb E JMith JMithJH ourtl ourtlHE Mdh1 Mdh1InH
InH HE E sovereign imprint of good taste marks m tks every everY8 garment garmentthat grmentthat rm nt ntlU
lU JH that is a constituent element of the sale Designers Design Designerswho Designerswhohave rsvho rsvhohave who whohave
have won universal recognition recog iton by their genius g n us and clev cleverness cleverness cleverness ¬
erness fashioned them They have exercised their creative creativetalent creat creatietalent e etalent
talent to an exhaustive degree Fine laces embroideries and andribbons andribbons andribbons
ribbons lend their richness rchness to the th elaboration of the garments garmentsUnder garmentsUnder garmentsUnder
Under normal conditions the prices would be onefourth great greater ¬
er than the following
Muslin Musln Underwear UnderwearIn
In karfe AtgePor JPg Sisss SisssFor i1
For women who require under underwear underwear underwear ¬
wear of generous enerous proportion we wemaintain wemaintain wemaintain
maintain a variety of undergar undergarments under tindergarments ar arments ¬
ments which is thoroughly com complete complet cornpletu ¬
plete plet They are of muslin musln cam cambric cnmbrlc cambrie ¬
brie and nainsook trimmed trmmed with withembroidety wih wihembroidety withembroidety
embroidety laces and ribbons ribbonsNight ribbonsNight ribbonsNight
Night Robes RQ At 98c 98 to 395 395hitS 395White 95 95hi
White hitS hi P Psnicsats e tigQpt At 98c 9 to t 450 450Drawers 4 450P4if
Drawers prp r At 39c to 250 250Corset 250 250gr 250cqrt
Corset gr t Covers QX fYTfl r At 25c 25 to 325 325Corset 325Corset 25 25Corset
Corset Covers CoversOf
Of Cambric circular model modeltrimmed modeltrimmed modeltrimmed
trimmed with Torchon lace and andribbons andribbons andribbons
ribbons At J9c 19cOf J9cOf 9c 9cOf
Of Cambric entire front of lace laceinsertions laceinsertions laceinsertions
insertions At At2c At2cOf 29c 29cOf 29cOf
Of Nainsook or Cambric frenchmodel French Frenchmodel Frenchmode
model mode with trimmings of Torchon Torchonand Torchonand Torchonand
and Val Val laces At 39c 39cOf 3c 3cOf 39cOf
Of Nainsook low neck front andback and andback andback
back of fine Val lace insertions insertionsand Insertionsand insertionsand
and ribbons At 48c 48cOf 4 4Of 4Of
Of Nainsook or Cambric fitted or orFrench orFrench orFrench
French model trimmed with Val Vallace Vallace Vallace
lace insertions At 69c 69cOf 69cOf 69cOf
Of Cambric French model cir circular circular ¬
cr crcular
cular or square neck with yoke yokeof yokeof yokeof
of embroidery and trimmings of ofVal ofVal ofVal
Val Val and Torchon laces At 85c 85cOf 8 85cOf
Of Nainsook fancy design of ap applique applque applique ¬
plique plque embroidery and Italian Ialian lace laceinsertions laceinsertions laceinsertions
insertions At 129 129Of 129Of 2
Of Nainsook or Cambric square squareor
or round neck or I Decollete Decolletetied Decolete Decoletetied DecoIltetied
tied with ribbon on shoulder shouldertrimmed shouldertrimmed shouldertrimmed
trimmed with embroidery Tor Torchon Torchon Torchon ¬
chon and Point de Paris laces lacesand lacesand lacesand
and fancy front in scroll scrol design of ofVal ofVal ofVol
Val lace insertions At 98c 98cOf 98cOf 98cOf
Of nainsook fancy trimming trlrnrningfront trlrnrningfrontand front frontand frontand
and back of Val Val lace lac insertions insertionstucked insertons insertonstucked insertionstucked
tucked and finished at waist waistline waistlne waistline
line lne with wide widcbeadjn beading bcadi and ribhon rib ribbon ribbon ¬
bon At 198 198Of 198Of 198Of
Of French Lawn tucked front frontnt
nt waist line lne fallover falover ruffle rufe ofVal of ofVal orVal
Val lace insertions At 275 275Of 275Of 275Of
Of Lawn entire front of clover cloverVal cloverVol
cover coverVal
Val lace and ribbon beadings headingsfastened beadingsfastened beadingsfastened
fastened in front with ribbon ribbonbows ribbonbows ribbonbows
bows At 298 298Of 298Of 298Of
Of French Lawn bodice effect effectof effectof effectof
of embroidery with wih full ful front of offine offine offine
fine lace insertions ins rtlons ribbon and andbeading andbeading andbeading
beading at neck sleeves and waist waistline waistline
line At 475 75
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this work and it being believed bloved preferable preferableunder prettrableunder preferableunder
under any circumstances to have hae the ex exumination txumlnation oxerninatlon
umination made crculttanceR by properly proprly designated designatedofficers dellglilted dellgliltedolCOI clesigiratedofficers
officers olCOI of tho thr Treasury TrcMur the commissioners commissionersrequested commiioners commiionersrequt cornmreeionersrequested
requested requt ted Secretary Secretry Shaw to assign align one or ormore ornore ormore
more of his hiloxpert expert accountants Iccountlnts to the work workThe workThe workThe
The Treasury experts began tgan their work this thismorning thismorning thismorning
morning morning and it oxprt is expected expoct d that thlt the investi investigation Impst investigation ¬
gation will law a week or more moreMr moreMr moreMr
wllat 1
gaton Mr Clements added adde that that according Iccordlng to totho to tot tothe
the t h charges the irregularities irrtgularitit had been beengoing bon bonItoing beengoing
going on for or some time tme but that the amount amountof
of money involved was WI8 not large largeThe larl largeThe
The enure appropriation aIproprlaton lor the th main maintenance maintenance ¬ I Itennce
tenance tennce of tho Interstate Commerce Commere Com Commission Cornmission ¬ I Imi8ion
mission mi8ion for tho past year was only 275000 S275oooand 275000and 275000and
pt
and a very small proportion of this sumactually sum sumactually 8umnctully
actually passes smal through the hands of the thedisbursing therlsburalng thedisbursing
nctully disbursing pallt1 officer officr of the commission commiSlon The Thegreater Thegeater Thegreater
rlsburalng
greater portion is paid aid out in treasury treasurywarrants tleaurj treasurywarrants
warrants wrrants geater prtion for salaries 8larlef and the amount of ofactual ofactual ofactuai
actual cash that passes < through thrugh the hands handsof
of Secretary Scretary Moseley Moley p8 is small smallTho 8mal smallThe
The commissioners commlBioners today expressed exproSd the theconviction thecnlclon theconviction
conviction Te that tho work of the Treasury Treasuryex Trflury Trflurye Treasuryexpert
cnlclon
ex expert pert s would prove that Secretary Sortary Moseleys Moseleysaccounts MosleY8 MosleY8acoountB MneeleysaccountS
I
e accounts prt were In proper shape Ihaplnd and that any anyto any1rretrlazItles
1rretrlazItles flloh such propr a8 charged It found foundto I
to irlulultP exist would IM due to some Iome cause of a atechnical attchnical atechnical
flXltt
technical nature and not affecting aftfcting the thesecretarys thefcetrys thesecretarys
secretarys personal an Integrity Mr Moseley Moseleyis Motley Motleyil
prnAllntfgrity
fcetrys is very popular both with the commissioners commiRsionersnnd commlMionerl commlMionerlnd
and il nd tho ppular employees omployO and it appears apparl to be bethe b bethe
the general belief blet that his honesty andintegrity and Rndintllrty antiIntcrity
integrity are beyond question The he com commissioners cm cmhoweve cornmiasronrers ¬
byond qUtston
missioners intllrty however decided that the only onlytho onlyway onlyway
way In wh which ch toBtte to settle r the mter matter and bring bringtho bringthe
tho facts in the casa cas to light lght was wa to have a athorough ath athorough
thorough th rlgh Investigation lnv tlgatlon by experts P rt The Theresults Therpll111 TheresliltrE
results of the investigation Inltgation will wil be b an announced announc announced ¬
rpll111 nounced nounc as al soon as 8 the work ork is II completedSAFETY completed completedSAFETY compl e e1Fl
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Short Under Skirts SkirtsOf
Of muslin rusln with wih lawn hemstitched hemstitchedtucked J htsmstitchedtucked mstiched mstichedtucked
tucked ruffle At 29c 29cOf 2 29cOf
Of Cambric with trimmings of ofembroidery 01embroidery ofembroidery
embroidery Val lace edge edgeand and in insertion insertiQn insertion ¬
sertion At 69cOf 69c 69cOf 69cOf
Of Nainsook deep flounce of lace laceand laceand laceand
and cluster tucking At 98c 98cPetticoats 9 9Peticoats 98cPetticoats
Petticoats PetticoatsOf Peticoats PeticoatsOf
Of Taffeta Tafeta Silk odd models in an anassortment anassortment anassortment
assortment of fancy colors colorsValue colorsValue colorsValue
Value H65 465 to 550 50 At 385 385Value 385Value 385Value
Value 5950 to 1075 At 575 575Of 575Of 75 75Of
Of Sateen in black or white stripe stripeor
or dot trimmed with ruffles rufflesValue rufflesValue rufflesValue
Value 198 198 At 98c 98cWhite 98 98White 98cWhite
White Petticoats PetticoatsOf Peticoats PeticoatsOf
Of Muslin with cambric tucked tuckedflounce tuckedfounce tuckedflounce
flounce founce trimmed with ith wide ruf ruffles ruffes ruffles ¬
fles fes of embroidery or hemstitched hernstitchedruffle hemstitchedruffle hemstitchedruffle
ruffle with wih trimming of embroid embroidered embroidered embroidered ¬
ered insertions At 98c 98cOf 9 9Of 98cOf
Of Cambric deep lawn flounce flouncein
in a variety of styles trimmed trimmedwith trimmedwith trimmedwith
with Point de Paris Pars Torchon Torchonor
or Val lace insertions and andedge andedge andedge
edge At At9 At9Of 98c 98cOf 9 9Of
Of Cambric Cambrc Spanish flounce flounceperpendicular founce founceperpendicular flounceperpendicular
perpendicular tucking with Tor Torchoivor Torchonor Torchonor
chonor Point de Paris lace inser insertions insertions insertions ¬
tions and edges At 129 129Of J2 129Of
Of Cambric fancy tucked flounce flouncewith founce founcewith flouncewith
with embroidery and the new newMexican newMexlcm newMexican
Mexican laces At t50 t50Of 150Of 50 50Of
Of Cambric with shaped flounce flounceof founce founceof
of three or four rows of Jace lace in insertions insertions insertons
sertions sertons and edges or deep em embroidered embroidered embroidered ¬
broidered flounces founces headed with withhemstitched withhemstitched withhemstitchcd
hemstitched tucks and wide em embroidered embroidered embroidered ¬
broidered insertions At 169 169Of 169Of 69 69Of
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flounces founces a variety of fancy tuck tuckings tuckings tuckings
ings and trimmings of Mexican MexicanPoint MexicanPoint Mexicanpoint
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and insertion At 198 198Of 198Of 198Of
Of Cambric with wih insertion and andtrimming andtrimming andtrimming
trimming of French embroidery embroideryand
and cluster tucking or effective effectiveflounces effectiveflounces effectiveflounces
flounces of wide lace insertions insertionsbias insertionsbias insertionsbias
bias tucked lawn in bow knot or orCluny orCluny orCluny
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Of Lawn with French embroid embroidery ¬
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rows of lace insertion and tuck tucking tucking tucklag ¬
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ruffle top of wide insertion wash washribbon washribbon
ribbon bow At 450 5
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or blue with wih lace insertions em embroidered embroidered embroidered ¬
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or pink pinkFormerly pinkFormerly pinkFormerly
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in pink blue lavender or gray grayembroidered g grayembroidered ay ayembroidered
embroidered in fancy designs designsFormerly dcsgnsFormerly designsFormerly
Formerly 1 290 At 975Formerlr 975 975Formerly 975Formerl
Formerly Formerl 1850 At 1275 1275Ifi 1275I 275yp
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albatross matelasse china andsurab and andsurah andsurah
surah silks siks balance of our im imported imported imported ¬
ported and domestic models modelsFormerly modelsForterly modelsFormerly
Formerly Forterly 400 4 > 00 At At2850 At2850Formerly 2850Formerly 2850 2850Formerly
Formerly 7500 At 5700 5700Formerly 5700 5700Formerly 700 700Formerly
Formerly 9800 At 6800 6800Ngggees 6800gItge 80
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with wih Val lace fancy sleeves sleevesFormerly sleevesFormery sleevesFormerly
Formerly Formery 495 95 At AJ93 193 193Negligees 193of
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and ancsleeves sleeves bound with satin satn rib ribbons ribbons ribbons ¬
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Formerly 298 98 At 198 198Chemises 198Chemises 98 98Chemises
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embroidered insertion or fall f l over overpoints overpoln overpoints
points poln s edged with lace skirt skirttrimmed skirttrimmed skirttrimmed
trimmed At 98c 98cOf 98cOf 98c 98cOf
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of hemstitching bemstitchlngnnd and Torchon Torchonlace Torchonlacefinished lace lacefinished lacefinished
finished finished with wash w sn ribbons skirttrimmed skirt skirttrimmed skirttrimmed
trimmed wth At 129 129Of t29Of 129Of
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trimmed with rows of insertionsand insertions insertionsend insertionsZnd
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skirt daintily trimmed with hal Italian ial ialian halIan ¬
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yoke of lace insertions i and em embroidery embroidery embroidery ¬
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QUR JANUARY J JANUARYA NJ1 R SA SALE g OF OFTailorMade Qr 0 0TailorMade
TailorMade TaorMade Suits Sut and Coats for Women WomenWe
We will wil place on sale tomorrow exclusive excusie models odesof of Tailormade Taiormade Suits and Coats Coatsat
at the following folowing price prce priceconcessions priceconcessionsTailored concessions concessionsTailored
Tailored Suits Coats and Wraps
Of Velvet and various coth cloth fabrics a alarge alarge alarge
large variety of desirable models modes many manyof manyof manyof
of which are adaptations of importedgarments imported importedgarments importedgarments
garments garmentsFormerly garmentsFormery garmentsFormerly
Formerly Formery up to 2600 sp Special p 1375 1375Formerly 1375Formery 1375Formerly
Formerly Formery up to 3200 SP Special 1900 1900Formerly 1900Formery 1900Formerly
Formerly Formery up up to 3900 Sp Special ip 2400 2400Formerly 2400Formery 2400Formerly
Formerly Formery up to 4500 Sp Special i 2900Formerly 2900 2900Formerly 2900Formery
Formerly Formery up to 5900 Sp Special i 3500 3500Formerly 3500Formerly 3500Formerly
Formerly up to 8200 Special sp pci 4500 4500Shirt 4500Shr 4500tht
Shr Shirt tht Waist W s Suits Of Velveteen Veveteen various variousFormerly variousFormerly variousFormerly
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Jackets in threequarter and full ful length lengthmodels lengthmodels
models of wool fabrics silk sik and velour velourFormerly velourFormerly elourFormery
Formerly Formery up to 1250 sp Special 775 775Formerly 7 775Formerly 75
Formerly F ormery up to 2400 2 Sp Specjaj pcial i J300 J300Formerly J 1300Formerly
Formerly Formery up to 3200 Special Sp i J900 J900Formerly J 1900Formerly 900Formery
Formerly Formery up to 3900 Sp Special i 2200 2200Formerly 2200Formerly
Formerly Formery up to 4800 Sp Special 2900 2900Formerly 2900Formerly
Formerly Formery up to 5800 Sp Special 3500 3500Formerly 3500Formerly 3500Formery
Formerly Formery up to 6800 Special Sp I 4500 4500Formerly 4500Formery 4500Formerly
Formerly Formery up to 9800 Special sp 5500 5500models 5500models 5500models
models and effects effectsFormerly efects efectsFormerly effectsFormerly
Formerly up to 2500 2 Special J650 J
CARFn C4 RED FOR OR IN SETH SITllOI LOWS HOlSE HOlSEWoman loJ loJolllan IlO1tflWoman
Taken tn Into the IllSEMsyors theExMayor1 theR
Woman olllan Hit lt hy Carriage
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who liven with a amarried amarried amarried
Miss Mif Eleanor Keene
married sister lister at 211 21 West We t Eightyfifth Eightyfifthstreet Elghtytlfh Elghtytlfh8tret
street 8tret wan knocked down by h a carriage carriageearly Crrlage CrrlageMrly carriageearly
morning while crossing crossingMadisoh croMingMadisn crossingMadison
early yesterday yeHterdy moring whie
of ex exMnyor exMayor exMayor
the residence
Madison Madisn avenue near rllldence
aWlue street streetOne streetOneof treetOne
MO East Sixtyfourth yfolrth
Mayor Low at 3 Est Si
tho theyoung thoyoung thoYOlg
servants ran to
One Oneof of the exMayoru
and with the thehelp thehelp thehelp
assistance
young womans R8istanc wih
YOlg womns carried her herinto herInto herinto
help of Air 1r LOWS 1s secretary sertar crried
into tho Lows 1I reception reption room roomMr rol rolMr roomMr
Mr and Mrs Ir I Jw > w both did everything everythingthey evpryhing evpryhingthejcould everythingthey
they could to help Mist tr Keene Jone nnd sug suggested Iuggete suggested ¬
gested thejcould calling a physician phYllcan Miss 18R Keone Keonepreferred Keonepreferred
preferred gete clng to be treated by her own doctor doctorand dotor dotorand doctorand
and Mr Low J sent her homo an n hour hOlr laterin later laterin laterin
in his carriage carriageThe crrla carriageihs p
The carriage Crriage which hichran ran over Miss ll Keene Keenestooped KCtn KCtn8tQPp Keenestopped
stooped and Ind the occupants O1pnlt a man Ian and a awoma awoman aworna
woman 8tQPp said Ild that tht they would do anything anythingthey anythingthey anythingthey
they could colld but that they were in a hurry hurryto hurr
to catch cth a train trainAfter lrin lrinAtUr trainAfter
After they had taken Miss Keencs name nameand nameInd nameand
and address without giving their own andhad and andhad Rndhad
Ind addls giving
had seen her htr carried carrlfd into Mr Lows house housethey h01Rf h01Rfthy housethey
they drove drovf away Mi Miflll s Keene Ken was not notdangerously notdln notdangerously
dangerously dln pruI11 injured injuredWent Injlr InjlrUlot injuredLient
Went Mcl MacLanes la lnes n f Sentence Mtnttnl Approved ApprovedWASHINGTON Appod AppodW ApprrnedWA51T1XOTO
WASHINGTON W AS1INOTON Jan 2 2P 2President President < ldent Roose Roosevelt Role Rolevlt Roosevolt ¬
volt vlt has hRI approved the thf action of the court courtmartial courtmrtll courtmartial
martial mrtll in the tncsA case of Second nd Lieut P BMacLane B BMacLane BMaclne
MacLane of the Thirteenth ITir nlh Cavalry C4slr who whowas whnWI whowas
was Maclne tried in Mariila Mania on a charge hug of embez embezzlement fbez fbezzleraent sznbazelement ¬
element WI of 1700 700 of commissary connilMry funds Lleut LieutMitcLane LleutMAlne LleutMecIane
MitcLane MAlne was as sentenced ntlncf to t dismissal dLmlsaa and andOM a andon
CM on OM year fer years Irnpriflomwnt Inprt
TO KKKV KEf GRAYKLU GnUI IX JAIL JAILAdftlllnnil JHIdrtltlnnal JttLAdditional
Adftlllnnil Information InrOrnlltun AenlnM lftlnl the North Northern Northtm nrth nrthSen ¬
ern Pacific 11111 Blackmailer BlackmailerHRIENA lalkmalrr lalkmalrrHKtENA DlaekniallerHatasa
HRIENA Mon Jan 2Three 2Trop additional additionalinformations aditinli aditinlihlfonnatoJ additionaliziformatioris
informations hlfonnatoJ were filed fed today toda against againstIsaac againstJsn againstIsaac
Isaac Jsn Oravolle GmoUf the alleged oltged Northern Northrr Pacific Pacificdynamiter Pacic Pacicdynaier Pacificdynamiter
dynamiter dynaier who on Thursday 11wIday was alol con convicted lnjcteC convicteci ¬
victed jcteC of sending tnding n 1 blackmailing hlaekmninl letter leter to tothe tothr tothe
the thr Northern orhern Pacific Pnifc Hallway Raiway Company CompanyOno COlnpanOno CemnpairyOne
Ono information Inforaton charges him with wih bur brglary burglary burglary ¬
glary in the first trst degree In that thlt it it in inalleged II IIaleqe isalleged
alleged aleqe that ho robbed a 1 local powder powderwarehouse powderwarehoule iowderwarehouse
warehouse The other informations Intoralonl charge chargehint chargehim chargehim
him with sending threatening hreltenlnp letters lelt rH tothe to tothe tothe
the the Northern Norther Pacific company com pn He will willprobably wi willprobably
probably be tried on the burglary charge chargein
in April AprilIf Apri
If a conviction and sufficient Mufficent sentencecan sentence Mntenceon
can on be h secured Icurd under this charge chllrlP It I is I said saidthe Midthe saidthe
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Higher grade coats in effective effectivemodels eff effectivemodels ctive ctivemodels
models of silk sik or velvet trimmed trimmedwith trmmed trmmedwith trimmedwith
with fur lace and ribbons ribbonsFormerly ribbonsFormery i 1 1Formerly
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reducions eductions have been made on several severalJedroom severalI several3edroon1
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