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12 THE THE SUN TUESDAY iJ7NN JANUARY NUAYSi9Ot 1RY5t 1901
1
i NO BLACKLIST BLCKL1STMADOO TABOO BAYS BAYSPAST BAYSPUT
4 PAST SCAXDALS llOVT nO llOXTWIT T COVXT COVXTWITH OU T TITll
WITH WIT ITll THE POLICE POLICEIHiirrt IOL OMClnillut ICE ICEf ICEfliUert
f
IHiirrt Made Second M eolld Depul DllIItT1It1 > Tlic cw cwCommU w wCommllllon wCommlslon
CommU Commllllon lonr r Hasnt Condemned CondemnedPiper cemdlII COnICWIdfiI ud udPlplr
fiI Piper Trame Handling Scheme 4hemelll 4hemellltnttd beitie4nl 1m 1mtrrrtted
l trrrtted In Poolroom Report IleportPolice I1rportPalite ReportPollee
Police Commissioner Oomml lIQncr VMlllcm William Ilini McAdoo McAdooen
t il en bin arrival at Headquarters yesterday yesterdaymorning yceterdaymrnlng yc8terdayrnrnIng
morning announced that he had selected selectedHenry t < eIectedJ lected lectedlIDry
Henry J F Haggerty to be the new iie Second SecondDeputy Secolldi SecondDeputy
i Deputy Commissioner whose w woe oe duty it is isto i itlIlook ito
to tlIlook look nftcr p fter Brooklyn After this UI the new newCommissioner lIewCcmmlJebller ncwr
r Commissioner issued I < sued B formal statement in inwhich Inwblch
1 which he outlined his policy policyUtter I = ollc ollclater oIIcyLLter
Utter in the day da Mr Ir McAdro again saw sawthe saVthe nwthe
the reportere who wanted to ask l1 lk him himabout himf
L f about District Attorney Jeromes JCt IO5 state statement 8tllllmt tnt tntment ¬
ment mt to Judge Judt Cowing that pcMrucma cr1rucInM wero werocpening wcrotip fro
1 cpening up ropidly ropidlyI
I havent heard cf that I am glad to toreceive tor toj
j r re receive ehe such Information said aid the Corn Ccmipissloner Cemml5oler Cornm1Qner
ipissloner ipisslonerOf ml5olerOt
Of coureo you ou welcome tho cooperation cooperationof
of the District District Attorneys Attom < JH office Mr MrMoAdoo MrMoAdoo lr lrr
r MoAdoo was wuasked wuaskedi oaked oakedWell Micedi
i i Well I havent had the cooperation cooperationoffered cocplrationt cocprntioneftered
t offered to me and cant strte just ju t what I 1would Io IJ
J o would ould welcome I nin acquainted with withMr withMr lth lthMr
Mr Jerome in a personal way wayYou warl wasYou
l You can assure the public said ull1 Mr MrMcAdoo MrMcAdoo lr
l McAdoo that I cm thti Ill Police Commis Commissioner CcmmlRj Ccrnmhsioner ¬
j i sioner nLnolutely rLl > Clutcly end there fa i no other otherPolice otherr otherPolice
r Police Commissioner Ccmml sloner I wiuld also HUo HUoto 1lI0t likoto
t to call your attention to thefact the ftlt that you youdont
11 3 dont tee any politicians hero and wont wontwe won wontcee t tany
we any Possibly IiDly some may call to shake shakohands shakelunds shake3nda
hands or scmethlne of tlmt sort but yen yenwont yctIwont ynwont
wont see any pcliticicns la this office ofl1cknow I Iknow Iknow
know a areet great many and 2uellll1 bin nut afraid of ofthem ofthem otthem
them There are r great many we werse rue men menthan menthan menthan
than politicians politiciansIn
In speaking of the appointment eppc Inllmmt cf c r Deputy
Commissioner Haggcrty the new Com Commissioner Cemmle 1cmmiaadoner ¬
missioner mle loner Mild that the new ne Deputy had hadbeen hrdbeen hodbeen
been highly Indorsed and me recommended recommendedby
Ly many prominent Brooklyn citizens citizensWill citizensWIIl citizensWIiI
Will you name some who recommended recommendedhim
him he was asked askedNo MlediI iuikedthat
iI No o that is a porscnrl perRen matter and I Icould Icmdd Icould
could not do so without obtaining the con conMr conlent coileimt
lent ct thCM who recommended him himMr 11m 11mMr
Mr McAdoos formal statement follows followsI
I have been asked us to my policy with withregard wllhrllIurd rLthregsrd
regard to the enforueinent of trrtiiln rtujn lawn lawnAs law lawAs la3I
As I conceive conC < h It the th duties of thf oflkv 0111 iiru iiruto urllto urtmto
to enforce the luws according to law and by Ijylgul byIlallIIlthod bylegul
lgul IlallIIlthod methods uiid to BW st e to It tlmt the i per peroiisj er WIoll > erfoiml
foiml oll ipcurlty of th t h > oin Oil rltlnon ant the t hI I > < T Tftonal 1 1Ollll
ftonal Ollll OHal liberty IIlelt of the th ti other urn not infringed U or orviolated orviolated orviolated
violated ot < f course cour 1 I tmv no views vess l wOl to tormorrine toaxprelll
5 axprelll 118 to thl titi plJlO OI1O or o lItoldIU or lion lionnCorln lionnroriiimc
rmorrine nCorln existing cxlii liii lawn Ia wi IvitiT E 11cr on when wlllnlI4t I IBI IiII
BI lwtt betr r iicnnaintrd with wit h fainting xlt onl IetIng nil con conilltloiia conlItlons contlttiotim
illtloiia I may IIIn hun IliI Mimetlilim iiiflhIt IiIiii to say In com common IomlUon CE111muon ¬
mon with other olh I cltlzmiH both In and out or ofofficeiiii oro oromt
officeiiii o omt mll rill 11 to thi hi > advisability of th the legislature legislaturemodifying 1 1egIImtiirniodifyjime lql11Ir lql11Irmodlfn
modifying or ntnenilinir tilt excise or other otherlaws otherllWl otheriaw
laws lawsI
iawI
I arwptcil till oitnbllshmeiit 1 1t1bll hIlPflt us 11 Com CominliMloiirr ComInl Corninijorier
inliMloiirr Inl < lolpr Greeno left it Annumlng that it itin itIII itis
in In irooil worlclng onndltlon I do not COM COMKmplate coili on ont08mplate
i template any nn chuncm chlln fs at iinsunt in tlie hit IHT IHTnnnnel 1 pciionmei > 11 11onljel
nnnnel or the force I linv ha 111 V no blacklist blacklistTho hllleklltIho IitiieklitIho
Iho officer und men will have to make that thatfor thatror I hat hatror
ror themselvM not on i loa liaAt > nt t scandals citndaI but on onthe onfhe Oilhis
the manner In which they Ih t perform their duties dutiesIn Iiitfr4In
In the present and future Whllu hllt I do not notrontejnnluto lIotontewplutll notvontefllplath
rontejnnluto tho muklnir of chautniH chau1 H in assign assignments as a1giimeets hw hwments ¬
ments I will not hasltnte to move 1110 und moyo moyoquickly 11100 11100tlulcklr II1OVIouiekty
quickly unit keep k poll on moving K j the public publicrood plllJlio1I00d publi o ogood
rood requires amid the best Interests of th thrervice I the theervice h h11V1ee
rervice demand it Any Au honest and honor honorable hOllolable homiermible ¬
able officer who ho finds himself thwarted or orhindered orhlnderrd orhindered
hindered from any noureo HOUr IJ whatever In the thecontclentlons th thtoneclcntlous tinOfleChfltlOUa
contclentlons performance of his duty dllt should shouldrome shouldOrne sliouliltome
rome < to mo at ouiv and rive glo me Ills lit confidence confidencennd COlltltCIIlCnnd eoiitldtuctnod
nnd If I am sutlnllfd that li hI Is j telling tollln th thtruth thll thllIruth thutruth
truth I will stand by t him to the end < 111 lie lu will willneed wiltrleed willneed
need no intermediary to see me meI mtI meI
I have not us reported condemned the theratem IheV timeMy3tern
V M My3tern ratem tem adopted by Cupt mpt 1Iper for mulling mullinghandling lIIullllllthe rmmalclrimlime
the stlttt croiIngtl Rllf ufe I lOnldlI time timehandling
I handling of the street trnfllo one of the most mostImportant motImportant niostimportant
Important public duties devolving upon the theCommissioner th thfommtllllioner tileCommissioner
Commissioner I want If I can to prevent preventthe prrv1I1r
r u the fearful Blaujrhter of citizens which takes takesplace tllk tllkPlsce takecplace
place every year from the th recklessness > I or ofdrivers ordrlvera ordrivera
drivers motormen and others It ought oughtto
to be made safe for men women and children childrenwho chlldnnwho childrenwho
who crosn the streets streetslJven lIVen ven If we have to add oddto addI addtO
to the police force The rlchts of the th citizen citizenon
I I on foot come first I will wlllllvaU avail myself of the thokindly th thekindly i ikind
kindly kind offered services of Street Commissioner CommissionerWoodbury COll1mlHHlonlfWoodbury CoinniiIonerWoodbury
Woodbury to examine the street conditions conditionsat
at the earliest opportunity I gave orders orderstbit ordenI ordersthIs
thIs thl morning that special care careshoulclbotnkln careshoulclbotnklntoday should bo betaken betakentoday taken takentoday
I today at the Herald Square crosslnirs on onAccount 011account onaccount
Account of tho congestion conge ton caused there by the thesnow thesnow thesnow
snow carts cllrtllW carteWe cartsWe
We W haw had practically three holidays holidaysirltb holldlywith holidaywith
with their Invitations to excess lxee s and the police policereturns Ilolleereturn policereturni
returns are very gratifying In their showing showingas
as 6 to an orderly and decent condition of af affairs nrtalre affaire ¬
fairs fairsSoon talreSoon faireSoox
Soon after Mr r Haggorty was sworn in inyesterday inyesterday inytetevday
yesterday he took charge at Police Head Headluarters Hendquarters Headquarters
quarters 18 1 Smith street Brooklvn The Thepersonal The1I0rai Thelorsl
1I0rai tributes from the Juanita Club and alldpersonal andpersonal
personal friends which had been sent sentto FCntto cnt cntto
to headquarter on Saturday Sotur ay in anticipa anticipation anticipation anticipaHon ¬
tion of bin appointment arpolntment on that day da wore woretaken weretaken woretaken
taken out of 0 cold storage and put in hill hiaoffice hilloffice hisoffice
office After malting a tour of the various variousdepartments variousdepartments loriolld
departments d Deputy Commlssioiwr Commt slonnr Hag HagKerty HayIterty Haggerty
Kerty said that he found things in good goodshape go goodshape d dahape
shape He told tho reporters that thatho he would wouldhave wouldi wouldhave
i have nothing to nay about his hi new job jobEverything jobEverything jobEverything
Everything will havo to come from fromcross fromro88 fromaco
aco cross the river he said saidCOLD saidI saidCOLD
I
i COLD COIJ CARS STILL GQIXG GQIXGTime llOlXlJTIme OIMLTime
Time Was W lrp In Hajonne Yesterday fslerd1 hut hutNothbiR hutXothhlr butNothhim
NothbiR Nothhim Happened HappenedTh JlappenfcJThe happenedThe
Th The Bayonne trolley cars ran as usual usualyesterday usualyesterday usualyesterday
yesterday despite the repeated threats threatsof
of the board of health that every car which whichWM whichwan whichwaa
WM not properly heated on Jan 4 I would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be put out of service City Physician PhysicianA PhtlciunA
A C Forman said that tho board was not notquite notquite notquite
quite ready to proceed against tho t hp com company COIIIpany coinpany ¬
pany because the city elt has a new Mayor MayorThomas MnyorThomas IayorThomas
Thomas Brady who wont into office on onJan onJan onJan
Jan 1 and a new City Attorney exJtidRO exJtidROThomas exJll exJudgeThomas re rel
l Thomas F Noonan NoonanIt
It is understood that t as a soon 0011 as a Mayor MayorBrady MayorBrady Iu or orBrad
Brady Brad City Attorney Noonan and the thehealth thehealth thehealth
health officers hold a conference men menwillbe 111111will muonwill
willbe will be detailed to tee tho heat of the thecars theI theciTe
cars ciTe as they enter Bayonne from Jersey JerseyCity Jerlt JerltCity JerseyCIty
I City If the cars ears are found to be too toocold toooold toocold
cold they are to be ordered back to the thebarns thebaml thebarn
barns It is said also that a number of ofsteady ofi ofteady
i steady riders will carry thermometers thermometersand
and record the temperature of the cars carsand carsand carsand
and submit their reports to the Mayor MayorOne MayorOne MayorOne
One conductor said yesterday that the thecompany thoi thecompany
i company bad issued an order that any con conductor canduotor conduotor ¬ I
duotor turning on the heat between the thewhen thehoura thehowe
howe or 4 aDd 7 oclock in the evening eveningwhen eveningwhenahlthe
when whenahlthe all the power powerisutilized is utilized inpropelling inpropellingtha
the cars would ould be suspended It was eaid eaidthat flaldthat sal salthat
that one conductor had been dismissed for forviolating forviolating forviolating
violating this order orderCorporation orderC orderCorporation
Corporation C Counsel George L Record Recordof
of Jersey City has informed a special com committee committee coinmlttee ¬
mittee of the Board of Aldermen appointed appointedto
to find a way ay to compel the Public Service SenIceCorporation SanlceCo ServiceCorporation
Corporation Co ratlotl to heat its trolley cars that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the city cannot take any action until it itcan Itun itcan
can be established that the companys companysfailure companystallure companysfailure
failure to heat the care is a menace to the theheafth thehealth thebeafth
health of the passengers Ho said that the theboard thoard theI
I board ard of health would then have authority authorityto
to act actnIe8 actRICH I IniCB
RICH 4VD D IUD II4XDY 4YIM DEPUTIES DEPUTIESMay DIPTIESI r
I r t May Ma Ia Pursue Fugitives utthes In Automobiles and andn andmi lndelll
elll n Tliorouclilirrd TliorouclilirrdWHITE 1110rourhbrrdsi IliorouhiiredsWruTa
i WHITE PLAINS N < Y Jan tSherll tSherllJames 1SheriffJames Sheriff SheriffJames
James S Merrltt today made deputies of ofHoward ofi ofHoward
i Howard Wllletta the millionaire horse horseshow horsoshow hioruuoehow
show patron and clubman and Paul GIbert albertThebud GIbertThe GibertThebaud
Thebud The baud a neighbor of Mr Wlllotts Wlllottsyachtsman Wllloltfllr WlliottsMr
Mr lr Theh4ud who Is an automobilist and nndyncht andyachtsman
yachtsman yncht man has just ju t erected a 1500000 1500000mansion bIOO000manaion
1 mansion on tile Mamaronock Boulevard BoulevardThe BoulevardTbe BoulevardThe
< The new deputies will wear gold badges badgesand badgesAnd badgesand
and have the came power as the deputies deputieswho dtputlelwho cleputieuwho
who attend to court work They may maycarry maylarry maycarry
carry revolvers and may arrest any one onethey onethey onethey
they find acting actin suspiciously around arount ane their theirestates Iheiretates theirietatea
estates Mr Thebaud Th baud has two fast auto automobiles ILntoi automobiles ¬
i mobiles which he will Ill u UIlO o in case of neces necessity nlcelIty necescity ¬
city Ity and Mr Ir WlllotW has a string of thor thoroughbred thoroughbred thoroughbred ¬
oughbred coach horses which will bo at ntthe attIe atthe
the disposal of the Sheriff SheriffGuardian SberitrGuardian SheriffGuardian
Guardian for Blair Children ChildrenST lIl1drrnfiT
ST Louis Jan 4 4Thoml1 Thomas S McPheetar McPheetarwas MePimeetarswas
was appointed guardian for Percy A and nndFrancis IIndFrancis andFrancis
Francis P Blair by Judge Adams in the thoUnited theUnited theUnited
United State Circuit Court today The Theappointment TheILppointment Theappointment
appointment is the outgrowth of a 1 suit by byan byan byan
an insurance company to have over 200000 S200Opolicies 200000policies 200000rnllcles
policies held by Blair in that company companyth companydeclared
declared th IAred null nnd void5 void5t voii loldI
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C v For ror Less I iess Money MoneyKTJO iioney tS
KTJO < lIO 10 CORN SYRUP is a food and table delicacy com combined combined cornbined
all the nutritive strength strengthening strengthening strengthening
bined It nakes you 011 eat al Contains
form to use by bjthe bythe bythe
ening properties of corn in a prodigested ready
the blood immediately upon entering the stomach A fine food foodfor foodfor foodfor
Children love it and andthrive ondtbrive andthrive
for feeble folks as well as a well folks
thrive upon its pure wholesome goodness It is a remarkable remarkableenergy remarkableenergy remarkableenergy
energy and strength producer Excellent Exc llcnt for all home uses usesfrom usesfrom usesfrom
from griddle cakes to candy cand Its reasonable cost appeals to tothe tothe tothe
the prudent housewife A better syrup than you ever bought boughtShe boughtGhe boughtGbe
She Great Spread for Daily BreadHold Bread
Hold In airtight alrtl ht frlcllontop trlctlontopttDs tins which nre excelleD f for tDrICUtOIl8 ° r rvarious
various Uouealiold purposes pllrpo cs when empty 8ol Bold < l ty an anrrocers IItIirracer allgrocers
4 grocers In three sires slzesl ita 25c and Me MeCORN 6OcI SOcCORN
I CORN ORH PRODUCTS CO He Hew York and Chltaga ChltagaThe Chl ChIaoI a o or oThe
I 5flflrKt 5flflrKtThe
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The Best Values yet Offered in inOVERCOATS inI inOVERCOATS
I OVERCOATS OVERCOATSin
in this City AH this Seasons Make
45 40 and 35 Overcoats are now 30
30 and 328 28 Overcoats are now 20
20 and 18 i S Overcoats are now 12 12About 12AIJIlt 12J1out
About half these titSe are Silk Lined LinedHACKETT LinedHAC LinedHACKETT
HACKETT HAC K E T T CARHART CARHARTTHREE CAR H ART r CO C CoTHREE O OTHREE
THREE 841 Corner Thirteenth Street StreetBROADWAY StreetDROADWAY StreetUROADWAY
BROADWAY 420 Corner Canal Street StreetSTORES StreetSTORES StreetSTORES
STORES I 265 Near Chambers Street
OFPICK tiOKS WITH nil WIFE WIFECourt JIIiECourt FR FRCourt
Court Clerkship the lie Itenard of a Itrconelled ItrconelledCouple ReeonehiccICOtIlle
Couple 011111 In Irrsry hrsl City CityPeter It ItPeter ltleter
Peter F Donnellan a Democrat wag wnsappointed wagnppointftl wasappointeti
appointed clerk of the Second Criminal CriminalCourtof Criminalourtof Criminalotmrt
Courtof otmrt ofJersoy Jersey JerloyCltr City by b Police PoliceJuUcP Justice Jatite JatiteManning amen amenManning omollIannlng
Manning lost lM night The sallnry is 51800 51800a 1800 1800a
a year elr and the term threo years yearsDonnellan yearsDonnellan yearsonnellan
Donnellan wan tilated for appointment appointmentseveral appolntmcnteral appointmentseveral
several days ago o o and ho almost lost th thjobowing titjobowlng thtjobowlrmg
jobowing to a aldck kick which his motherinkm motherinkmMrs
Mrs Connolly made to Mayor Mark M MPagan MI 11Pagan
Pagan I agan Mrs Connolly complained that thather thathor thatlmcr
her poninlaw wasnt supporting his hl wife wifeand wifeand wifeanti
and child and she hedldnt didnt believe that t he was wnsentitled wasentitled wasentitled
entitled to any consideration at tho hands of ofthe oftho ofthe
the public publicThe public11le publicTime
The appointment wan held up and nd the theMayor thelayor theMayor
Mayor investigated Inle > tiyated Donnellnns domestic domesticaffaire domest dornceticaffairs 10 10ofTalls
affaire The young man said he would wouldsupport wouldsnpport wouldsupport
support his family if ho got ot tho job Mrs MrsDonnellan MrsDonnellan lrA lrADonnellan
Donnellan assured tho Mayor I nror that she would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be glad to havo her husband hack Tho Thomotherinlaw ThemotherInlaw Thomotherinlaw
motherinlaw and tho reunited relln lfc noir hnd hnda
a confidential confidenllnllEsion session with the Mayor yes yesterday ye yeterday yeiterclay ¬
terday morning At the conclusion of the thehparttohear thehearttoheart hehearttoheart
hearttoheart talk It was wa bemioftlclally bemioftlclallyannounced beln1 semniofliciallyannounced felal
announced that Donnellnn Donnelan would get the timeSi
Si 1800 180 800 clorkithip clorkithipDonnellnn cltrklhll
Donnellan and his hi wifo will wi start house housekeeping hon housekeeping e ekeeping ¬
keeping noon Ron They have been living Ihin apart apartfor apa apartfor rt rtfor
for several selerl month monthODEMAS monthI monthIOD monthsODEILS
ODEMAS OD IHj 1 11 ESS ISS4GI TtHttltOW TtHttltOWThe 7OWIWI 7OWIWIThl
The Thl Legislature 11J1 latur Sleets llctM at t Xoon NoonSpeaker NoonSpeakerNloii = uonSpeaklr uonSpeaklrIxol Speaker SpeakerMxon
Mxon = Ixol Will 1 He Reelected neeloetcdALIUXY 1lllcotrl 1lllcotrlAL ReelectedALBANY
ALBANY AL A Y Jan 4 411le The Legislature Leglslat ure will willconvene willconvene 1 1conpne
convene at noon on Wednesday Wednesay when whenthe whnthe whenthe
the Governors annual message will Ii he beread heread heread
read in each oCh house The Senate organiza organization orlani1 orlani1tlon organization ¬
tion holds over from last lRt year ear Speaker SpeakerSamuel SpkerSmuel SpeakerSamuel
Samuel Smuel Frederick Jnderick Nixon ixon will i bo I chosen to topreside toprei topreside
preside prei le over the Assembly for tho sixth sixthtime sixh sixhtime sizthtime
time making his term of service as Speaker Speakeras Speker Spekeraf
as long as that of the late James Jamef W Husted Hustedwho Hused Husedwho Ilustedwho
af who hud held tho record reerd of the longest longestterm longesttlrm longestterm
term as Speaker up to hat year yrarThem yearrhure mr mrhlrA
Them hlrA will wi ho few changes chllJcl from frm last lastyear lu lastyear t tyCf
year in the other main officers ofclra of tho As AsHnmbly Asnbl AsseInhi3
Hnmbly yCf < nbl The Tb Assembly AS5 mblr Republicans Heplblcns and andDemocrat nld nldDemocrt amidDemocrat
Democrat Democrt swill B will 1 caucus ea ICUS separately seprtelrtomorrow seprtelrtomorrownight separatelytomorrow separatelytomorrownight tomorrow tomorrownight
night to fix up lp their slates Ilalas for tho tim organiza organization organl7 organizaLion ¬
Lion of tho lower hous hOl Tho To Democrats Democratswill D mocrat mocratwi
will again name fal Assemblyman Afcmblyman George M MPalmer 1 MPalmer
Palmer wi of Schohario as II minority rlnorltr lender lenderFew IMdrFew lenderFew
Few members of the Lecislnturo ghntulo will wi be behere behere behere
here bofore brorc tomorrow tomorrw night nightWashliiEton mght1ashlnrton nightVashIntOn
WashliiEton Society Notes NotesWASHINGTON NotesWAs11neaTot otu otuW
1ashlnrton Ioel1t =
WASHINGTON W ASHNOTON Jan 4 4Mrs Mrs Irs Kootjcvelt Kootjcveltwill loolevelt loolevelti Itoocoveltwill
will i begin her series aeries of musicales mu lcles and private privatedinners prmte prmtedlnnor privatedinners
dinners dlnnor on Friday following tolowlng the diplo diplomatic diplomatic ¬ i imatc
matic matc receptions rlcepton The East ERt room will wi be beused beused
used for tho musicales as formerly rormerl and andrefreshments andrefreshment andrefreshments
refreshments refreshment will wl be served sered in the state statedining stte sttedining statedining
dining room A dinner for young YOlng people peoplewill peoplewi peoplewill
will wi precede the musicale tho young rela relatives relatvo reintives ¬
tives tvo and Ind friends of Miss Roosevelt Roosolel who whowill whoremain whowill
will remain over for the diplomatic recep reception recp recpton receptiomi ¬
tion ton being the guests guestsSenator guestsSenntor guestsSenator
Senator and Mrs 1rs Fairbanks entertained entertainedat
at dinner tonight as did also tho Coun Counsellor COUl COUlMlor comisellor ¬
sellor Mlor of tho Italian Ialan Embassy and Countess CountessCellere COllltets COllltetsC4lere countessCohere
Cohere CellereMr C4lere C4lereIr CohereMr
Mr Ir and Mrs rt Wayne ayne MaoVoagh gave gavea
a dinner and cotillon cotiol for young people at attheir atthllr attheir
their homo in II Massachusetts Jassachulotl avenue avenueTho aveue aveueho avenuefho
Horstrnann dinner dinnertonight dlnnortonl dirmortonlht
Tho ho Misses Ilfes gavo glO a
tonight tonl hl In honor to Miss MIts McKenno whose whosemarriage whosemarriage
marriage marage to Mr Ir Pitts Pitt Dufllcld Dufed takes takesplace tkes tkesplac tekosplace
place plac at her fathers homo on Wednesday WednesdayJustice
Justice Brown Brow uncle nnct of tho groom Wedneloy grm will willgive willgive 11 11gho
give a dinner in honor of tho bridal party partytomorrow partytomorrow partytomorrow
tomorrow night General Generland and Mrs 1 Henry HenryDufliold lenr henryDuflield
Dufliold Dufold parents of the bridegroom who whoare whoIro whoare
are Iro now no the pron guests of t Justice JUllte Brown will will1x5 willho i
1x5 present presentSenator presentmator
Senator mator Depew left lef Washington Walngtol today todayfor tocly toclytor todayfor
for J lew BW York ho and and Mrs Depew Depw having havingfirst hnvlngtrst havingfIrst
first trst cancelled cn coied all ni their thcl social ocial engage engagements cngOje cngOjem engagementa ¬
ments m < b because of tho death of the Senators Senatorsbrother Rnaors Rnaorsbrother Senatorsbrother
brother Lawrence Lwrnce Dopew Dopewln in Detroit DetroitDr
Dr Halfs Halls First Prayer In II thc Senate SenateWASHINGTON SenateWAslcINoTo cnntl cnntlWASINOTON
WASHINGTON WASINOTON Jan 4The Tho Senate Henat to today tDday today ¬
day was M opened with prayer by tho llev llevDr Ie IeDr 11evDr
Dr Edward Everett Hale the venerable vonorableUnitarian vOlomlJle vOlomlJleUnitrian venerableUnitarian
Unitarian Unitrian minister of HosU lllt i > whoso wholo writ writIngs writIng writlags
lags and ministry mlniltr havo hEVO gaid gal I him world worldwide worldwide worldwide ¬
wide fame The ho galleries Rleries era 110 crowded crowdedand crwdpd crwdpdand crowtiedand
and a large nurnbtr of Senators were prc prcent prC pree preeent
ent All AllL listened toned with the closest cl stlt attention attentiont attentiontl
t tl to > the new chaplian chnplnn cf the Senate lie lieworn lo loWOI liewore
worn WOI a 1 clerical robe of silk sik reiembling reiemblingthose re reenihuiimgthose emhlnf
those thol worn by the th Justices Justces of the Supreme SupremeCourt SupremeCourt SupremeCourt
Court CourtDr CourtOr CourtDr
Dr Hale sx spoke > ke in a good ooc round rund voice voicewith voicewith 0 lef
with the energy and earnestness chain charateristia choratristo chainteristio
teristia tristo of the man mi I Hn tnculo special vpocialrofornnce tpolol tpololrrffrfnce specialreference
reference rrffrfnce to the Borrow trrow of Senator Senatr Hear Hearin
in the loss lot ios of his hi wife lfr and spoke of ff tho thogreat thogreat thegreet
great di dlMtfr astcr at Chicago Cro CroJj
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SCPHEME Si W P Piwiit I l J COLllT m DECISIOXS DECISIOXSTax m I SI Xf XfTAX
Tax on oh IVnnsUanIa lIIIS lennslanialtaiiroat1s h anllialroads Hallroads Cab Service ServiceOcflarrrt SlnleeUelllrfd Sert lee leeIeclarrd
Ocflarrrt Uelllrfd Valid ValidWASUIXOTOK ValidVtsuixororr alld alldU
WASUIXOTOK U oro Jan 4 4Tho Tho liability libity of the thePennsylvania thePellylmnia thisPemimusylvmtnia
Pennsylvania Pellylmnia Railroad JIHroad Company for tho thotax thotn thetil
tax tn til imposed by the State of New York Yorkon
on it ibm cub ch Eervico eeric in New e York city ci was wasaffirmed wu wuafrmel wasaffirmed
affirmed afrmel by the Supreme Court today The Thecompanys Thecompnys Timecompanys
compnys companys plea ple was wa that it was a tax ta on in interstate Interstnte interstate ¬
terstate commerce comerce While Whie lmiie it Is true says saysJustice sys sysJustic saysJustice
Justice Justic Brewer that a passenger paJsenger over the thePennsylvania thePennylvnia thePennsylvania
Pennsylvania Pennylvnia Railroad nUroad to the city of Now NowYork NowYork ow owYork
York did not fully fuly complete his hi trip when whenho whenhe whenimo
ho reached reahe the ferry landing landln but only onl when whenhe whenheas whenhe
he heas was delivered delver at his hi hi temporary temporry or perma permanent pernmrent ¬
nent stopping place plac in that city ct yet et pM on the theother theother theother
other hand tutu tl cab lb service senie was ll exclusively exclusivelyrendered exeluielyrendenl exclusivelyrendered
rendered within the limits lmi of the city ciy and nndI andwas
I was Wa contracted contrcte and paid for independently independentlyof
I pid Indepnd nty ntyof
i of nnycontract alYcontrct or any payment nt for strictly Htrcly
interstate Intentle transportation transportatIn py Although re relating relatng yeiating ¬
lating latng more or less lesl to interstate Interstat commerce commerceit
it could not properly be regarded Iegarded as J a part partof prt prtof partof
of it I any more mor PIIr than the porter who carried carriedtho carriedthe
tho travellers trvelers trunk from the cab cb crre to t his hisroom hil hisroom
room And carried further so would the thedealers thedelers thedealers
dealers delers who supplied supple hay and grain for the thohorses thehorst timelmorses
horses horst engaged engged In Interstato commerce commerceWhere commerc commerceWhere
Where then thei could the limit lrt be 0 placed placedThe plac placedThe
The cab service 6lio wan Wa aR purely on independent
local service frl1e preliminary prelminary or subsequent subsequentto slbfqlent slbfqlentto
to interstate intrtato commerce and the Imposition Impositionof Impoiton ImpoitonI
of the tax was W1 therefore therfore valid validTho vald valdTho validIiio
I Tho practice prlctc of the Treasury Trelr in assessing assessinga assCing assCinga
a duty of 33 per pr cent cnt ad valorem on plaster plasteror
or composition compoiltion figures fgurs of saints Mint Ac e im imported Imported imported ¬
ported for Ior use UI or by b the order orer of religious religioussocieties nlglous nlgloussocieties religioussocietIes
societies or churches was reversed by the thecourt thecourt thecourt
court today by the decision reere in the case c of ofNicholas orlchol ofNicholas
Nicholas < lchol C Benzigcr Dnzlgcr of Now York The Theduty Te Tednty Thetlimty
duty was WI assessed a se8scd on 01 an importation importton made madeby madeby madeby
by him for a religious society 80cety in New York Yorkof Yorkoml Yorkand
and was as confrpd confirmed by the General Board Boardof
of Appraiser Apprnlsm and tho Circuit Court of Ap Appeal Appel Apleal ¬
peal pel > It was 1 > evidently evidentl the purpose of ofCongress orCongre ofCongreuea
puroo
Congress said sid Justice Justlc Peckham to In Include Include inelude ¬
clude thu articles articlel In question in the free freelists freelst freelists
lists lst aw casts cRtn of sculpture sculptur known Imo as a church churchstatuary churh churhlltuar churchstatuary
statuary lltuar or made of composition compositon When Whenthere Whonthere Whenthere
there was any fair doubt doub as a to the true con construction constructon eonuitruction ¬
struction structon of the statute sttuto It should Ihould bo construed becoltred becoltredllerlr boconstruedliberally construedliberally
liberally llerlr in favor of the Importer ImporterAnotlicr ImporterAlltler importerAmmutlmer
Anotlicr Alltler phase phl of tho divorce question questionwas questionWI
was WI passed pa upon by tho Supreme Suprme Court Courttoday CourttoIa Courttoday
today toIa although Ilthough the same fmo point pllt whether whethertho whetherthe whetherthe
the courts of one State Stt were bound bunl1 to re respect r mespect ¬
spect a a divorce obtained In another State Statehas Statchas Statehas
has already been settled setted by the court
F 1 I M I Tull 1ul obtained obtined a divorce dlorein In Kansas Kan in Inl8S
1887 l8S after ufer having havng previously sold 8Id his prop property proporty property ¬
erty In that State Stte and Invested isted it i in Spokane SpokaneWash SpokaneWllflh SpokaneVasli
Wash Upon the subsequent subquent death of his hiswife hiswifo lilawife
wife their children cbdren brought milt 111t in Washing WIhng ¬
ton for their mothers share in the property propertyand propertyand
and the Supremo Suprmo Court Curt of that State proprty proprtyand as U he hefiling
ha had changr changed hi his domicie domicile to Spokane xuf fore foreflng ore orefIling
filing flng the BUitllor tuilor suitUor divorce divorc decided the Kansas Kansasdecree lnss lnssdocree Kansasdecree
decree Invalid Invald and found in favor of the thechildren thochidren thechildren
children childrenAn chidren chidrenJ
An J appeal to the Supreme SUrme Court of the
United appal States Sttes was wa based ha on the contention contentionthat contentionthat
conlenton conlentontht
that tht the Washington courts court had not given giventho giventhe giventhe
the full rul faith and credit required rud by the theConstitution theClnstltuton theConstitution
Constitution Clnstltuton to the decree decre of the Kansas Kansascourt Kn8 Kansascourt
court The Jurisdiction jurisiction of the Washington Washingtoncourt WIhlngton WIhlngtoncourt
court said 8ld Justice Justc Holmes 10hnel In announcing
the opinion of the court curt was settled BOte by the theadmission thendmllon theadmissiomi
admission of full fl that ho had removed removedto
to Spokane before befolO the divorce divorc proceedings proceedingswere proceedingeWlre
were Wlre instituted inHttute The Kansas Ialsa divorce divorcetherefore divorcetherefore
therefore therefor did tld not stand Ilnl1agalnst against the decree decreeof decre decreof
of tho Washington court curt and the latter latterwas lat latterwa5 r
was 3 allirmed afrmed Justice Justce McKenna IcKenn dissented dissented7UT dissentedTtpT i i7MfT
7MfT rOll SECRETARY SERETMr OF 0 Hlff HlffGen Jrt Jrtrn 11tRGm
Gm Gen rn ninck Back for Civil Cii service Inlee Commissioner Comnilisloncrand ComDI stoler stolerand
and Other Nominations NominationsWASHINGTON Nominatons NominatonsWAIINOTOY NominationsSAslliNaroy
WASHINGTON WAIINOTOY Jan 4 4The The President to today today today ¬
day sent the following folowing nominations to the theSenate theSenato thaSenate
Senate William Wiliam H I Taft of Ohio to be beSecretary b beSecretary
Secretary Seretay of if War John C Black Back of Illinois IllinoisCivil IlnolR IlnolRCivil IllinoisCivil
Civil Service erice Commissioner mmlionerj Henry D DSavior DSalor DSavior
Savior of Pennsylvania ConmilGeneral COllulenerll at atCoburg atCoburg atCoburg
Coburg Germany Gorlany Lawrence Lwrnce 0Murray O Murray Iurry of ofIllinois ofIlnois ofIllinois
Illinois Ilnois Assistant Secretary Sretary of Commerce Commerceand CommerceIInd Commerceand
and Labor Luk E 1 Wright of f Tennessee TennesseeGovernor Tennes TennesseeGovernor cf
Governor GOlrrnor of Philippine Islands to oucceed oucceedTaft lucceed lucceedTar 5U00d 5U00dTaft
Taft Tar Henry Phiplne C Ide lie of Vermont Vcrmont to he beViceGovernor heViceGomor heViceGovernor
ViceGovernor to succeed lucceo Wright and andJamcH amiJameA andJames
James A Toler United States Statfs Marshal Mrllhnl for fortho fortho fortime
tho Northern District of Mississippi MIsi > lppi All AlltheBO Al Allthese
these appointments have hlvo been blfn heretofore heretoforeannounced h heretoforearmnounced rtofore rtoforeannouncfd
announced announcedSomo announcfd armnouncedSome
Somo appointments appolntment in the th Marine rlne Hospital HospitalService HORpial HORpialSrvio HospitalService
Service Srvio nnd a long list lnt of postmasters pOHtmwten wero weroalso weroalso worealso
also announced Among the postmasters postmastersare
are the following folowln in New < ew York i ork State pltmaFterl Henry HElr HElrHorms
K Harms at Allegany Alegany Thomas holas II I Dickin DickinHon DlcklnHon Dmckinson
Hon Champlain Charplnln Samuel Htluel H I Parsons Parlnn East EastHampton Et EtHampton Easthfaimlpton
Hampton Charles T Knight Knl ht Monroe MJroe and andAlexander Ind IndAlexander andAlexander
Alexander M 1 Harriott Harriot Rye RyeDinner lye lyeInntr EyeDinner
Dinner Inntr In Honor of Senator end ROl Mrs Is Ir Ilutl IlutlWASHINGTON Ilul lialtVASIIINOroy
WASHINGTON WA8110O Jan JOI 4 4Holatnr 4Senator Senator and anI I Mm MmT MrsF 11 11T
T F C Platt will wi not go o to I 0 Aiken until limit 1 ii Thuri hlr I Idtiy Ic Iclay
clay c < Y Tomorrow omfrrow night the Senator will willbe wi willlie
be IJ the th ghost of honor nt a dinner to b 0 be given givenby p1en p1enby givenby
by the Republican lepublmn members mpml11 of the thp New NViwYork NewYork e eorl
York orl delegation delegationL decg delegationLmnator tlon tlontltor
L Lmnator < tnfltor Dopow Dp will wi not go to Detroit Oolrol to toattend toAwmr toattend
tltor attend Awmr the th funeral nf his hi brother Lawrence Lawrencewho Lawrencewimo
who ho died them thel vesfardav tQrdu I
Do big biA stout men really rcal keep keepwarm keepwarm keepwarm
warm easier than men of less lesscheerful lesscheerful lesscheerful
cheerful proportions proportionsLooks proportionsLook8 proportionsLooks
Looks like lke it when most of the thomens themens themens
mens overcoats left in the 520 520and 20 20and 2Oand
and 1250 mark down sale are arestout arestout
stout sizes sizes40 40 O inch cheat chlst and andover andover antiover
over overOn overOn overOn
On the other hand there are areplenty areplanty areplenty
plenty of young mens sizes left
32 to 84 3 inch chest chest123O
1250 and 20 20Our 20Our 20Our
Our 1004 l 04 calendar calel m five f j draw drawings drawings drawings ¬
ings in ii color with verses veres all al by bythe bythe bythe
the famous Peter Newell lWCn sent sentpostpaid sentpostpuid sentpostptiitl
postpaid postpuid to any uu customer ctstomer on re receipt rcceipt receipt ¬
ceipt of name and au address addressfiooEiw nrdlCR8 nrdlCR8ROGEn addressflooErtS
fiooEiw PERT PEFr COMPANY CoiPAYR8
238 2 Broadway opposite oPPle City CII Hall Halland lal 1111and
and ad 7 Bud U Wurrrli Wnrrri St I
842 82 Broadway cor 13th 13thAnd t 13thand th thad
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KtO IZt Broadway BIthlll cor corad Xd Xdand 32dand
and ad 54 West W l Kid 3 SiF si sipNEplRNITURF I
F LNTS pNEplRNITURF pNEplRNITURFREDUCTIONS FNEFURNITURFRFDUCTINS
FINtS JNE fRNITURF fRNITURFRFDUCTINS
REDUCTIONS RFDUCTINS FOR FORDRAWINGROOMS FORDRAWINOROOMS FORDRAVl
DRAWINGROOMS DRAVl NOROOMS
2 PC SUITES 110 1120250 1120250reduced 1 lO200250 lO200250reduced 200 250 250reduced
reduced from 41110 1iU21Od5 1iU21Od5AliUphoiatored 240 3G 3GAlIUpholRtored
and AlIUpholRtored AIUpholftofc1 Damaaks Dallltl in I artistic tlti art ktie tic Tapestries Tapestriesand Iapeetriesand IPCltrcs IPCltrcsand
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Also Ann nn Chairs Chnil Conversation OIVCIfwtion Chairs ClmirsTables Chuiruble ChairsIablcs
Tables uble Curio und uld Music Cabinets Ctbinct 1td 1tdestals Pdeatals lkdestals
estals Mirrors 1rror etc equally oquul reduced reducedSuch redutc reducedSuch
Hich Such ii rollocttion oloetiol below beow oven factory factoryprices fMtOr factorypric
prices pr1 pric run 11 J only lnl be bl Ii found fOlld when wht 1 von vonBUYOFTHEMAKFR 1 1BUY illm illmIBOY
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PORTO RICAXS 1tV XOT ALIEXS ALIEXSI UUSSlpreme ILIIJVSSupreme
I Supreme Slpreme Court ourt KrrorM ItrI11 the KulliiE Uullr Ruhln of ofIinmlKratlun l ofImnilgrnllon
IinmlKratlun Jmmlgrltull Coitinilsitniior tonlll lolfr IVIMInnis IVIMInnisWASHINGTON Wiiams WiiamsW llilsms llilsmstsiILNurox
WASHINGTON W ASINOrO tsiILNurox Jan I 1TIme The Supreme Court Courttoday COIrt COIrttoday Courttoclay
today decided decdlt that citizens Itze of Porto Rico Ricoaro Ricoore Ricoare
ore not aliens alens within wlhill the meaning of the theImmigration theImmigaton theImmigration
Immigration Immigaton act ae and reversed lelCrd the ruling rulingof ruing ruingof
of Immigration Immlgldtion Commissioner Williams WIUornl at atNew atNew atNew
New York in refusing refWing admission admlSlon to Isabella IsabellaGonzales Iabela Iabelaonzl0 IsabellaGonzales
Gonzales onzl0 a native ntve of the Wand 1Iland on the theground theground theground
ground that she was al likely Icl lo become bcome a apublic I Ipublic aPublic
public charge chargeThe chargeThe chargeThe
The court said Phief hiet Justice JutCl Fuller Fnlor in inannouncing inannoucing inannotmnclmmg
announcing annoucing the opinion did di not think it itnecessary Itnecsry itnecessary
necessary necsry to paiu on the question of the thepower thopower thepower
power of Congress ongrel in the promises proml es and andtho andtho andthe
tho only ony thing thinl vital in the case was WO whether whetherMisa whetherMis whetherMiss
Miss Mis uonzfllca GonzlC vas wal > an In alien alen within the themeaning themeaning themeaning
meaning of the net ICt of 1S91 tSt That Tlat act re related rolated related ¬
lated to persona having allegiance to for foreign torclgn forcign ¬
eign Governments prn The h aieganee people ople of Porto PortoRico Poro PoroHc PortoRico
Rico Hc being blng governed govered by laws lawl of the Con ConKress Congross
gross of the United Unip1 States Stotl executed eJecute by byofficers byofer8 byofficers
officers ofer8 appointed nppointe by the President PrEident of tho thoUnited thoUltc timeUnited
United Ultc States were rc not aliens alen within the themeaning themealing themeaning
meaning mealing of the immigration laws 111 and Ild Miss MissOonzales MissOonzalems Isl
Gonzales Slates SlatesThe Slate StatesTime should houl < be b admitted to the United UnitedSlates Unlfc UnlfcSlate UnitedStates
The court cnrt was unanimous unnimous in that opinion opinionBy opinionly opinionBy
By ly the Constitution COlrttutiol of the Spanish Spanishmonarchy Spaish Spaishmonarchy Spanishnionarcimy
monarchy and ad the Spanish civil cvi codo co in inforce intorc inforce
force torc In Porto Rico when WINI the thl treaty of Paris Pariswas Prla Prlawall Pariswas
was proclaimed said Chief Justice JusticeFuller JusticeFuller
Juetce JuetceFuler
Fuller Fuler In delivering dtlverlng the opinion personsborn persons personsborn
born in i Spanish Spnish territory territor were ere declared deare pr8ns pr8nsbom to tobe tobo tobe
be Spanish Spaish subjects lubJncts hut Porto Rican Rlcanswho Roon Ricanwho
who were ere not natives of the Peninsula Peninsul re remaining remaining remaining ¬
maining in II Porto Rico Hc could cOlld not according accordinfjto accring accringto
to the terms of the treaty elect to retain retaintheir retainthcir retaintheir
their allegiance aleglanco to Spain Spin By the cession cessiontheir csion csiontheir oessioimtheir
their allegiance oUlion became huen1 duo to the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States which was in possession posHetllon and had hadassumed hadalslmed hadassumed
assumed alslmed the government goverment goverrnnentandthey and they became becameentitled bcame bcameentitled becameentitled
entitled to its il protection The nationality nationalityof IItolalty IItolaltyof
of the island iiland become bpcaie American instead insteadof instad instadot
of Spanish and by I > the treaty Penjnsulars Penjnsularsnot Penlnsulrs Penlnsulrsnot Poninsulars Poninsularsnot
not deciding to preserve their timeirailegianee allegiance alegianc to toSpain topain toSpain
Spain were to b bu < held to have hrve renounced renouncedit rnouced rnoucedIt
it and to have adopted Idopted the nationality nationaly of ofthe oftho oftheplace
the theplace place plac In which hich they may lar reside resideThe rCllde rClldeThe resideTime
The opinion notes notel the legislation lglslton by
Congress Cnles providing a I civil cyijoernment government for forthe forthe forthe I
the island and for the appointment of ofli ofliciaLs on ofllcmaLs
ciaLs to carry out Olt the laws nnd tho election electionof
of a t commissioner cmmlsfloncr to tho United States Statesand Statesand Statesand
and says that Miss Mils Jonznles onznl f was WC a 1 citizen citizenof ctlzfn ctlzfnof citizenof
of Porto Port Rico Ic under the terms of time tbeImml Immi Immigration Immnigration ¬ r
gration gaton act nt as It contained cntained nothing ntblng or Im Implied 1 imliied ¬
plied ple nothing to Indicate IndlcaI the intention of ofCongress oftonreas
Congress Cnreis tonreas that the Porto Rican Jcans should be beconsidered beconsidere beconsidered
considered considere as a aliens aliensAs alen aliensA
As A A to the contention contenton of the Department Departmentof Dfpartmell
of Justice that thlt the test tfHt of Oonzaless rights riehtsor rlph rightswas t
was cltizenhpor citizenship of Unit United Stltand Statesand not ale alien alienor i ior
or contention the advanced by the therunel counsel for forGhnzalen frOlzalt forOanzalcus
Ghnzalen Olzalt Ithat tho nlancc cession csion of Porto Rico Ricoaccomplished Heo Heoaccomplsh hireaccomplished
accomplished accomplsh d the naturalization naturalztion of its Uspeople itspcople itspeople
people or that a citizen of Porto Rico Ricounder Rco Rcounder Ricounder
under tho net ICt of 1000 10 1 was wa necessarily neariy a acitizen aoltzen acitizen
citizen oltzen of the United Unlt4e States the court curt did didnot didnot didnot
not feel called caled upon to pass pl or upon uponthe uponthe upontime
the power of Conprens Con uJon f in the til premises premisesThe premisesihe
The he only question qucllton was VI that thlt arising under underthe uDderthe underthe
the Immigration Immlvrtan act ne and ald the court clrt thought thoughtit
it clear cear that ilat that act telated relate to t foreigners foreignersas
as respects rClpets their country lltr to persons owing owingallegiance olngalglance owingallegiance
allegiance alglance to a foreign forfl n Government and andcitizens andcilzelR amidcitizens
citizens cilzelR thereof theref CitUens Ciien of Porto Rico Ricowhoso Hc Ricowhose
whoso penrancnt allegiance Il riaoce was wal due to tothe totho tothu
the United Unit State 8tatE who lived lyed In tho domin dominion dominIon domninion ¬
ion of the United States StntCt the law of whose whosedomicile whole wholedomicie whosedomicile
domicile domicie was os enacted pnocted by the United States Statesand State Statesanti
and enforced enforcd by officials ofcia l sworn swor to support supportthe supportthe upportthe
the Constitution Cntlutloll of the the United nitId States were werenot werenot Ere Erenot
not aliens alens when arriving Irriylng nt II ports prt of the theUnited theUnited timeUnited
United States StatesMovement HtltO HtltOrOlrlt StatesMomeimients
Movement rOlrlt of o Nasal tunl Vessels VesselsWASHINGTON i resclwWASIIISOTOy tl tlWMInOTO
WASHINGTON WMInOTO lan Iul 4The 4 Time battleships battleshipsAlabama bateships bateshipsAla battleshipsAlabama
Alabama Ala ali and Mus5nchu lurachtwttll < ll havo arrived arrivedat
at Culebra Culebr thn armored m1nortd cruiser Brooklyn Brooklynflagship Brooklvn11pfhlp i3rooklynflagaimip
flagship 11pfhlp of Rear Admiral AdmirnlloUon Cotton at Beirut BelriitSyria Belrlt BelrltHra BeirutSyria
Syria Hra the collier cler Sterling Htfrln at San Juan the thogunboat theunboat limogunboat
gunboat unboat Don DOl Juan de un Austria AUltria at Colombo Colombothn Colomo Coiornbothe
the training trlnlnl hip Columbia Iumhla at Ponsacola Ponsacolaand PonSla PonSlannd Pommeacolaand
and the timecollterZaflrn collier cller Zafiro ZaCm at Chetnuliw 6mulo Cona ConaThe Oml CorenThe
The Te cruisers cll n Newark flagship Inglhlp of Rear RearAdmiral HI RearAdmiral ar arAdmiral
Admiral LamlxTton IMrlJrton nnd nIl a ml Montgomery Montgomeryand Jontgomervand
and the gunboat unhnt Cllouowtpr nlou liourester tf have sailed sailedfrom lale lalerrom sailedfrom <
from from Ponce POn for Culfbra Cnlfhra the gimhoat Ilnhoat Eagle Eaglefrom Egle Eglefrom Eaglefrom
from from Key Ipy West st for Hiiliin Honda the supply supplyship supplyship
ship Culgoa ullou from hUI Colon for Cliiriqili Pana Panama Punnia Panaimma ¬
ma ia the irnininir ship Adams ralf from San SanDiego SanDf SanDiego
Diego Df o for fo Maadalena Inldllena Bay I Lower Lwlr Call Callf Cal Callfornia
f t l ft i t tJuan
fornia time Ilinhrt gimnlmoitt SrpIon Scorpion from Sun SunJunn SunJuan
Juan for inVbra < < and the cruisers crulsrf New NewOrleans NcwOrleans NewOrleans
Orleans Albany Raleigh nalll h and 111 Cincinnati Cincinnatifrom Cincinnat Cincinnatifroni
from rrm Midway llcft for or Guam OuamFor GuamFer UII UIIFnr
For Cnmtil tu ul At Manchiirlin Iorts IortsWAsnijYnoK Iorts5IW0101 iortVtsiiiraio
WAsnijYnoK 5IW0101 Jan JanIThf lThe Secretary Secretaryof Seretary Seretaryof I
of if the th Treasury Irennmr todny tocI tmnsriltod trnnl tr5fls rito rittod to time thnHouse th thHOI timeHotse
House HOI the request for an appropriation appropriationfor npproprlaton npproprlatonfor
for thesalarv the salary for f0 n 1 ConsulGeneral C1nnlellml at Muk Mukden Mukden Mumkden ¬
den and a Consul nt Antnng AnUng Manchuria Manchuriaeach Manchuriapth Manchuriaeach
each pth at an annual salary of 14000 4000 0 These Theseports Thple Thpleprt Theseports
ports prt arc ar to t bn h onMwl open ° d lo 11 trade tmre under unter th thnew the then lbne
new n ne treaty trftr with China Chlnr <
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I In a centrally centralY located easily e8siy accessible well wellequipped wel wellequipped
equipped store stolelt it 764 and 766 Broadwaya a store stor that busi business bus business ¬
ness men can reach rach without trouble and loss of time And if ifyou i Ifyou
you want to buy Furniture for your office ofce be it a single chair chairor cair cairor
or desk or a whole equipment its a very tOr good place to stop stopat stopat stopat
at first firstFor JirdFor firstFor
For a better bett selected stock of thoroughly dependable well wellmade wel wellmade
made Office Ofce Furniture at moderate prices prics is not to be found foundin
in the city cit of New York YorkNow YorkNow YorkNow
I
Now at the New Ne Yeat when so many furnishing furihing plans for forthe forI forthe
the office ofc are ae being made news like lke the following folowing has partic particular particular particular ¬
I ular interest intrst to t the business man who appreciates apprciats business businessmethods businessmethods businessmethQds
methods and fair prices
RollTop Rol Top Desks at 25 25Golden 25Glden 25Golden
Golden Glden oak high roll rll top 50 G in long
32 in deep 50 5 in high raised rlcd panels panelsall panol
all al around two pedestals containing cntining
in all al 7 drawers rwora with one largo lrgo draw drawer drw drwer drawer ¬
er between betwen and a table Uble arm ar rest rt over overeach cereach overeach
each set ot of pedestal pdMtnl drawers drwer Writing
bed be of fiveply fveIly builtup bniup stock stcl with withframedin withframedIn withframedin
framedin edges ed roll rol top tp has ha 24 pigeon pigeonholco plgon plgonholo pigeonimoleti
holco two drawers usual
holo large larg drwers pen pendrawers pendrw818 pendrawers
drawers drw818 and racks rck8 for fol papers and pens pensfour pensfour
four book boo I stalls sUls four paper shelves shelveseasyrunning sholleseasyrunning shelveseasyrunning lens lensfour
easyrunning roll rl curtain laper fine fe eon conHtruetion eonHtructol eonstruetlon
Htruetion Htructol and finish fn h enclosed enolose back backThe back11e backlime
The 11e best Desk Dt in New York for the themoney themouy themoney
money moneyFlatTop mouy mouyFJat moneyFlatTop
FlatTop FJat Top Desks at 20 20Golden 20Golden 20Golden
Golden cck SO Win O in wide widl 32 3 in deep
30 3 in high two pedestals peestlll seven s en draw drawore eraw erawor drawera
ore or and two tablet arm rests lcsts with withlargo vitiilarge I Ilarge
drawer between bel Built Builtup Builtup
large drwer ween pedestals peestals Bult Bultup
up writing bed d drawers dmwer in in pedestal pedestalfinished pedestaltnlhed pedestalfintelmed
finished tnlhed insldo inlld and fitted Ctl with wih remova removable rlm103I rentovatile ¬
tile partitions porttloJ handcarved drawer drawerpulls drwer drwerpul drawerpulls
I pulls pul > built llt of selected 1Itf1 quartered Iuart rtd oak oakhighly oakhighly
I highly polished pllhld pllhldI I
Prettiest Dresses DressesGet
Get New Prices PricesThese Pricesrhese Pricesrllhese
These Gowns owns range from the handsome to the theverv theer thevery
very er elegant and nne and include the remainder remnincer of our most beautiful beautifulIroses beautiul beautiuldlses beautifullleSeS
dlses Iroses of tho present season They he are for afternoon or ortheatre ortheatre ortheatre
theatre wear weLU being made of crepe do chine voile toie and nets in inmany inn11Y inmany
many n11Y pretty etty colorings cololingf cot orings and decorative decolltio conceptions conceptionsThere coneeptionsThere conceptionsThere
There aro ao
135 to 175 Cosnmet at 100
90 to 112 12 Costumes at 75
60 0 to 90 Dresses DusI at 45 45And 45Alllot 45Alid
And Alllot not one in the lot that will wi fail fai to compel immediate immediateadmiration immediatead
admiration admirationThen ad 1 iniration inirationThen i ra ti 0 1
Then hen here are some dressy Tailormade Taiormade Suits on which whichprices whichprices whichprices
prices have hre weakened
13 30 to 15 S1 J5 SUITS SUIS at t25 f50f Of cheviot zibeline zibelno and broadcloth broodcoth broadclothwith with wih variousstyles variousstylesof variol6tyles variol6tylesof
of coats somd om silklined slklne throughout others Unlined unlinpdJ55 lnld
J55 5 to 82 Z DRESSES at UOTalore 10 40Tailored Tailored Dresses Dres of broadcloth broadcoth cheviot chevot and ad tweed
850 90 9 to 125 DRESSES at laVery 60 60Very Very elegant elegnt Tailormade Taiormade Dresses Dref of velveteen velveteenand velleteenand velveteenand
and broadcloth broadclothAnd broadclothAnd broadclothAnd
And WALKING SKIRTS SKIRTSAt
At 1350 350 worth 160t 8 Of melton mixtures mixtur0 and cheviots in gray black blc blackand and blue blueAt blueworth blueAt
At 5 i worth 190f 9 Of mixed rxed melton melon cheviot and zibeline in Oxford Oxord an blue and andblade aDdhlac andllacc
blade very ery stylish in design deign Second Secnd floor foor Broadway BroadwayJOHN Bradway BradwayJOlN BroadwayJOHN
JOHN JOlN WANAMAKfcIL WANAMAKfcILFormerly W ANAMAKLl
I Formerly A T Stewart Stewar Co C Broadway Brodway 4th ave ave 9th 9h and 10th ItS
POSTAL FRAlDS IX THE TIB HOUSE HOUSEPropoml IOtSf IOtSfProllld IIOUSIProposed
Proposed Prollld InvestlBatlon Jmeslcaton to to Find Out Names Namesof = IIIS IIISot
of Congressmen Consrte5RlI Involved InvolvedWASHINGTON ImohIJASINGTON InvolvedSAsihlNOT0
WASHINGTON ASINGTON Jan 4 4The The House of ofRepresentatives ofRpr ofprcsentatives
Representatives Rpr enlalve reassembled reassemble today after aftertlie afer aferthe afterthe
the holiday holday recess nJC with wih less les than half the themembers themembrs themembers
members membrs in their seats seatsSpeaker IOt seatsSpeaker
Speaker Spker Cannon laid before bfore the House Housethe HOlse HOlsethe Housethe
the resignation reslplIuton of Representative ReprQentalve George GeorgeB
B McClellan lcClelnn of New York YorkMr YorkIr YorkMr
Mr Ir Hay Dem Va n chairman of the theDemocratic theDmocrtio timeDenmocratiO
Democratic Dmocrtio caucus calCU presented prsente what ho as asserted aserted asserted ¬
serted to be a privileged priviege resolution rlution calling callingfor calig caligfor callingfor
for an investigation Inetgation of the charges clargls mado madoby madobv madeby
by Fourth Assistant Asi8tnt PostmasterGeneral PostmasterGeneralBristow PostmasterGeneralBristow I IBristow
Bristow in his hil report rtllrt to the President PresidentI Prsident Presidentespecially i ieBpelaly
I especially eBpelaly those relating to members of the tlieHouse timeHouse I IHouse
House to the effect efect that they had been ben in instrumental Instrmentl instrumental ¬
strumental strmentl in increasing incrasing rents rent of post office officebuildings ofCI ofileebuildings i iuldinps
buildings uldinps and in increasing inerelslng clerk hire hir nt ntvarious atvarious r rvarlol8
r
various varlol8 offices ofces in violation Iolnton of the law lawMr lawlr lawMr
Mr lr Gillett Giett Rep Rp Moss Ma < made points pInt of oforder ororder oforder
order against the th resolution reoluton that it did not notrelate notrlolo notreiato
relate rlolo specifically Ipecifcalr to rnutttni Illthr affecting ar tlg tho thoHowe thoHOIIe timhouse
Howe HOIIe and that the report rport mentioned mentIn cd tho thonnmo thonamo themiamne
nnmo of no member membr of the Fiftyeighth FiftyeighthMr FiftyeighthCongress rlyelglllh rlyelglllhCongrp
Congress CongressMr i ilr
Mr Hay said the language of the report reportcould reportcould reportcould
could lr refer to no one OHO el o than than members membersof membr membrof memnbermof
of the present ent House 101c Ho Io could not under understand underttand understamici ¬
stand ttand the Ire animus aniu which influenced infuencd Gillett GUett to tofloo tofr toflee
flee fr from the proposed propos d Investigation InvestigationThe InvClfaton InvClfatonhe lnvestigationThe
The he minority leader Mr r Williams Wilam sup supported tUp tUpprted supparted ¬
ported Mr lr Hay lay pointing out that a general generalcharge generalchorge generalcharge
charge against the House was even graver graverthan grler grlerthan graverthan
than one against an individual member membr for forit forIl forit
it affected d tho whole membership membrhip leaving leavingthem leavinj leavingtimeni
them ulect all al under suspicion suspicionSpeaker sUplclon sUplclonSaker suspicionSpeaker
Speaker Cannon sustained lustalned the point pint of oforder oforder oforder
order made by Mr Gillett Giett that the resolu resolution resoluton resolution ¬
tion was i not privileged prlvlged because bcause it com comprised co camprised ¬
ton prised prlo an investigation InvOtgoton of the pout pt office officecharges ofce ofcetraud officefrauds
traud frauds and irregulorlt irregularmties as well a a ot the thochLrg thecharges
charges chLrg against members of the House HouseWith HOIe HOIeWith HouseWith
With that thatpomtlon portion of the resolution reoluton elimi eliminated eUmlnute elirninated ¬
nated nute Mr Ir Hay again offered it for con consideration consideraton eonsideration ¬
sideration siderationIt sideraton sideratonI It I now met let a point of order by Mr lr Gard Gardnor Gardner Gardncr
nor Hop Rlp N Jto J to the effect efet that to tomake tomakethe make i ithe Itho
the resolution rooluton privileged pI ieec it must 11ft set tt forth forthspecifically j jspecifically
specifically that Brlstbws Brlsto ristCwg ws charge charia referred referredto
IpeclCcaly to a member nwrbr or members of this thi House Houseand HOl Haiioand o onnd
and to conduct cnduct since llH the Fiftyeighth FiftyeighthCoiiRress Fifyeighth FifyeighthConJresl FiftyeighthComigreas
CoiiRress ConJresl came into miritence iaistimnceMr miritenceMr i lencl
Mr Hay answering the tlt point said it was wnsimpossible wasImpotlbla wasimpossible
impossible Impotlbla for him or any anyone one else ese to name namea
a nvmbor mmbr OH I Involved IOohed It was wa g to find fnd out the thonsmns theDHnOI timenrinns
nsmns DHnOI that the investigation inveftlRaton was WI proposed propolld propolldApaker proposedSpeaker
I Speaker Apaker Cannon Cnnon overruling oorrlng the point of oforder oforder
order said that the resolution rolution specifically specificallyrecited Ipcclfoly Ipcclfolyrecihd specifIcallyrecited
recited that MIR charges clar f did reflect rfect upon uponI Ipon Iponm impomimneinbrs
I nwmbnrsof m mbrofh of the IIouiv 101 I f roractionncommitted roractionncommittedsince fOIRctonMcommlted roractions committed committedsince
since Ilne March I the clot j of the beginning bglnnln of ofI ortheir oftheir
I their service serviceAfter 8Erlec 8ErlecAfter serviceAfter
After Metmrs Payne and Glllelt Giet had ex explained e espiained ¬
plained that they thlY were opposed to the reso relloluton resolotion ¬
lotion luton for the reason r a9n that a n commltton oll1lttoo of ofthe otthp oftue
the House Houe already had tho matter mater under underchargo undercharlo undercharge
charge charlo Mr Hay demanded remnnted the previous previousquestion previousiitiestion
question IUIlllon The Th vote on tho domnnd wa WI was a atio at atie78to
tio t tie78to 1078 78 to 73 73atid iand and 9 present prlsCnt not riotvoting voting not nota notalimoruni a aquorum alnorum
quorum quorumIt
It I lining h < 111 impossible to got a quorum quorumtoday quorumtccy quorumtaday
today tccy by 11 agreement o rment the Houso IouM at 135 135oclonk 13 13o
oclonk o clo cInch In Inth tln cbs afternoon nrrnnnn adjourned adjourfl leaving Icalinl
tho resolution nHoluUOI not nt disposed dllpOMJ of ofThe or111t oflime
The Cane l ase e Against the thl Coal Road Advanced AdvancedWAsniNOTos AdvancedAsrIiruTas dUICfd dUICfdW
WAsniNOTos W ASIOTON AsrIiruTas Jan 1 iThn Tho Supremo SupremoCourt SupromoCOlrt Supremonun
Court COlrt nun today granted the thl application applcation of oftho ottho ofthe
tho Government Govermcnt timid assignee n gnod for nrgu nrgunient nrpu nrpumen argumeld
meld men on March Iarh 7 the thl appeal of the Inter Interstate Intir Intirtlate 1mtrstate ¬
state tlate CViiimcrco olmerc emlimerco Commission from ihe the de decision c celon decisboim ¬
cision of Judgp hldlC Lucombo Ilcombe of tho Federal FederalCourt Jpcerl Federalourt
Court Cour ourt for the Southern fouther District Dtrlct of New NewYork NewYork fW fWYork
York d cnymg iAnylng nying the UII power lr of tho commis commission conmls conmlsIIm conirniselan ¬
sion IIm to 10 compel cotpl David DI G Baird Bair and other otherpresidents other otherpresident
presidents pllldpnts of the anthracite nthrclle coal carrying carryingroadu carrlnf carryingreads
road to produce contracts lontrc1 and answer answerquestions arMwerqlP answerquestions
questions qlP llons regarding rgarding their rates on coil
Wf
Office Offce Tables at 1350 1350Golden 1350Golden 1350Golden
Golden oak quartered oak top tp and andhigh andrir andrims
rir rims t 50 In oo knit quarr 3 30 ID wide 3 SO I In Inhigh
high two drawers drwer square Iqure tapering taprg taprgeg9
legs eg9 highly polihed polished fno flne COltroton construction
6 Oak Revolving
Chairs at 475 475Chairs 475Chairs 5 5bal
Chairs bal that tat are fine fe value at 18 18Golden 1 6 6Golden
Golden oak polished polshe wood seat Ieat ad adjustable adjustable adjustabie ¬
justable screw stw and spring medium mediumigh mediumhigh
high igh back Square quare spindles spindle easy arms armsf arm armsheavy
hev heavy f base bas quartered Urtored sawed swe eJ oak oakther oakhighly oakhigimly
highly fnlhed fnlhedOther finished finishedOther
Other ther Oak RevolvingChains Rvolving Revolving Chairs at 450 5
S 5 18 6 17 7 170 750 8 825 1850 8G 860 9 110 11011G 10
11G 1050 SI 11 112 12 up to t 52 20 20Mahogany 20Mahogany
Mahogany Revolving Rvolving Chairs Cairs at S12 12
113 13 15 11 111 16 18 20 2 up to 1 30Aria 30 30Arm
Arm rm Chairs Chair to t match rtoh both oak and nndmahogany andmahogany andmahogany
mahogany revolving rvolving chairs chainMahogany chairsMahogany
285 Mahogany RollTop Desks at 11i 15 to t
285Oak
Oak RollTop RolTop Desks Dek S 23 to t Sl0 100 100Mahogany 100Mahogany
Mahogany Maholnny Office Ofce fables fle 42 2 to 115 115Ok 115 115Oak 115Oak
Oak Ok Office Olce Tables at 5 to 1105 105
IltOMOTIOXA lrff 3i TIOX4 IV V THE ARMY ARMYen 0811 0811n 471311Gen
Gen en n Chaffee hatee to no MeulenantCrnrral MeulenantCrnrraland UrutlnantGtDlral UrutlnantGtDlraland
and amid Chief lIlet of Staff StaffWASHINGTON Ital StallWAShINGTON
WASHINGTON WSINOTON Jan 4 4Sretary Secretary Root Rootwent Rootent Bootwent
went ent to Now ew York last lat night on personal personalbusiness pernal pernalbusinel personalbusiness
business businel Before going he completed a alist alit allat
list lit of nominations nomlotons of army amy officers ofcera for forpromotion forprmoton forpromotion
promotion prmoton and retirement retirent The changes changesaffect chagfs chagfsafect changesaffeot
affect afect a large number numbr of officers of high highrank highrank iiigimrank
rank MajGen MajO n A R Chaffee Cafe assistant assistantto asistant asistantto
to the Chief of Staff Stn Is promoted to be beLleutenantGoneral beUeutnantGoneral beLIeutenantGeneral
LleutenantGoneral UeutnantGoneral and Chief Cief of Staff Sta on onthe onthe onthe
the retirement rtirement on Jan 9 of LieutGen LieutGenYoung LieutGen LieutGenYoung LieutOenYoung
Young BrigGen George L Gillosple GillospleChief Giosple Giosple11ief GillespieChief
Chief of Engineers Fglner is I promoted promote to be a assistant
MajorGeneral nJorOener 1 and liJne assigned to duty as asIs asassistant
assistant Is tat to the Chief Cief of Staff Sta
BrigadierGen BrgaierGen A E Bates Btes Paymaster
Paymastr
General Oenera is 16 promoted promote to t be b a I MajorGeneral MajorGeneraland
and then retired retmd He is to be succeeded succeded
by LieutCol lJeutCol Francis Fnd S Doge Brigadier Drlgoler
Gen Wallace Walac Randolph Rndolph Chief of Artillery Artillervis lierv
is Is promoted promote to be b a 1 MajorGoneral Iajo Gonoral and then thenretired th thenretired n nrllld
retired rllld Col Col John P Story tory command commanding comand ¬
ing Ing the garrison garrltD at Fortress Fortr Monroe 1onroe has
been hen selected tleled to succeed Gen Randolph Randolphns
ns Chief of Artillery Artiery Arthlierywith lucce with tho rank of Briga lriga ¬
dierGeneral dierUencral BrigadlciGfii DrigadiIOfl G M I Ran ¬
dall dal is is retired with the rank now nw held by
him BrigadierGen William Wilam A Kobbe Kobbecommanding Kobb Kobhucommanding
commanding the Department of Dakota Dakotais
retired retrd is is promoted prmoted to be b a MajorGeneral and Daota then thenretired thnretrd thenretired
ShOoTS S110TS AXSWEtt tSIJW FILED FILEDHe JUm JUmle
He le Denies Some of the Charges Made MadeAcnlnsl MadeAgainst IadeAsalnst
Against Asalnst Him 1m and Admits lmls Others OtheriWASHINGTON OthenWAS OthersWASRIlOToN
WASHINGTON WAS N01ON Jan 4 4The The answer anwer of ofSenator ofntor ofSenator
Senator ntor Smoot of Utah to the charges chargeswhich chargeswhich chargeswhich
which havo been made against agalnt him him was waafiled WMfed wasfiled
filed fed today with wih tho Committee on Privi Privileges Privileges Privilogos ¬
leges and Elections Electon It I is a voluminous voluminousdocument voluminousdocument voluminousdocument
document and will not be made
wi b public publc until untila unt
a meeting meetng of the committee comltteo is held which whichwill whichwi whichiil
will wi iil bo b some lomo time tme this week Senator SenatorSmoot Sontor SontorSmoot SenatorSnioot
Smoot denies certain of the charges mado
by the protestants proteetant and admits amits others hut hutnaserts hutasserts
asserts asser that tho latter later do not In any an way
invalidate Invaldate his hil title to the seat sat which ho honow henow honow I
now holds holdsFormer holdFormer holdsFormer
Former Representative Ueprtsentatve Hobart W Taylor Taylorof
of Ohio who led the fight fght in the House Houseagainst Iole Houseagainst
against agallt Brigham Roberts Rbrts in the Fifty Fiftysixth Flt Fltsl Fiftysiath
sixth sl th Congress s today tooay had a conference conferencewith confernc conferencewith I
with Senator Snator Burrows the chairman of tho thocommittee thocommitee timeconmmittee
committee commitee with reference reforenc to his appear appearance appearRiles ¬
Riles nnc together with John G Carlisle tarllle tarlllecounsel appar apparnnc ns nscounsel ascounsel
counsel for the protestants protestant when the lie cano
isheard is h imeui ard rd by the committee committeeKills coninmlttecDill e enllb
Kills Introduced Introllul d In the Senate SenateWASHINGTON SenateWASINOTON SenateVAshuTmoTom
WASHINGTON WASINOTON Jan 4 4Tlmese These Thelo bills bi wore
Introduced In the Senate today todayly
ly Mr Ir Latlmer lutnrr Doni 01 M C CTo To eMtiiblWi eatablihiml
11 I bureau blrlI of highways highwaysBy hhrhwls hhrhwlsIr imighwaslb stulIh stulIhI
Mr Ir Burrows
By Rep Mich MiehiAnemuiing Amending
Amnlnl
the Revised Statute fltntlt prnscTlblnif prf < rlhlll the th tltno tltnowhn tiimmevtmen
tll
whn h n lnited nlted nlld htuteri fllt Senators hull be bE elected
hli
By Mr llnlo 1IIIe lIsp p MeTo Sle To establish l tHbll h hnrlnllllUI n nnuviil iinaval
naval nrlnllllUI militia aleoji also Ll o 1 a bill bl providing fora for I mm Inlted
Stnten navel reserve reservel r reserveBY re reytr
l BY y ytr Mr Toner tIJ Rep WaohlTo WI hITo establish establishn e tallh tallhWrllllnlllltII
n m permanent WrllllnlllltII military camp IUII ground round At Ainerl Ainerlonn Amnrinum
onn num lfiltK Inll near Iclr Tncomn and approurlHtlns
JifHior IIf1 iouomuo therefor thereforVty Ihlr therstorIW ror rorIv IIJroprlHlnl
Vty Iv Mr lr Clark lark Hep lfp WyoTo yo ITo Fo wtnMUh estahilisima
ltlhlth ltlhlthI
11 I laboratory Iriborltor for the ntudy stUi lllr of the thf criminal criminalpniiper erimimimminmmimmer rlmllli rlmllliIunler
pniiper and defective tl feUvl classes cll 9
Iunler By Mr r Ilntt Ilnt Rep op Conn iTo To establish E estaldishma
I a 1 1nlld nitid States RtltlS Htiit court of patent appeals appealsAn nlICals nlICalsn tahlth tahltha
An n Office omc for or Corporal Tinner TinnerWASHINGTON rannerWAIRSOTON rinner45HTSOTOl
WASHINGTON WAIRSOTON 45HTSOTOl Jan 4The 4ff President Plident an announced In InnOlnclJ anneunced ¬
nounced nOlnclJ today tho appointment appintment of Cor Corporal Corporl Corporah ¬
poral porl James Jlmel Tanner Tann r to be 0 Register Regletlr of Wills Willsof WII Vilisof
of tho District Dstct of Colombia Mr Tanner Tannerwill TnnllP Tannerwill
will wi assume Slllm6 the office ofr on April Apri 1 1 The 1111 In Inmmbent InImbent incimmnlient
mmbent Lewis JAI Dent Tnt will wl b b bum appointed PPlnte1 to toa Inn II IIa
a post pRt In the consular Mnsllar service Nrlc Nrlct I
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James McCreery McCrer Co CoLinen CoLinen I ILinen
Linen Boom BoomZd
Zd d Floor FloorHeavy 11001 FloorHeavy I IHeavy
Heavy bleached Irish iish Dam Damask Damask DanaaKk
ask 66 inches wide wide80c vIde80c Ides Ides80e
80c per yard yardFine yardFine yardFine
Fine silver slver silverblcach bleach Damask
72 inches Inche wide wide95c wide95e wide95c
95c per yard yardTowels yardTowels yardTowels
Towels TowelsHemstitched TowelsHemstiched TowelsHemstltclied
Hemstitched Hemstiched Huck Towels Towels22x43 Toweh22x43 Towels22x43
22x43 inches
400 per doz dozT dozVslimo5OO
T Vslimo5OO Itto 10 500 50 50Hem f fHemmed pHemmed
Hemmed Hem m ed all al pure linen linenHuck linenHuck linenHuck
Huck Towels Towel
240 per doz dozHemstitched dozHemsiched dozHemstitched
Hemstitched Hemsiched Huck Towels Towelswith Towel Towelswith
with Inches wih damask ends 22x40 22x40Inches 22xrO 22xrOInches 22x40inches
300 per doz dozVery dozVery
I
Very fine fne quality qualty bleached bleachedTurkish bleachedT bleachedTurkish
Turkish T inches u r k Ish Towels Towel 27x56 27x56inches 27x56Inches 27x56inches
575 G 7 I per doz dozTable dozTable dozTable
Table cloths coths and Napkins NapkinsHeavy NapkinsHeavy NapkinsHeavy I I
Heavy Scotch ScotclDamask ScoteliDamask Damask Cloths Clothsx2
2 x2 2 yards yards2OO ards 200 each
2 x2 212 2 12 250
2 5 x3 300 300212x213
212x213 2 12x2 12 350 350Napkins 350Napkins 350Napkins
Napkins to match matchBreakfast matchBreakfast matchBreakfast
Breakfast size sie 200 dozen dozenDinner dozenDinner dozenDinner
Dinner 300 300Linen 300Linen OO
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Linen L In e n Sheets Sh ets and Pillow Pillowcases PUlowcases Pillowcases
cases casesHemstitched casesHemstiched casesHemstltcbed
I
Hemstitched Hemstiched heavy German Germanlinen Germanlnen Germanlinen
linen lnen sheets sheets72x96 sheets7296lnchcs sheets72x96
72x96 7296lnchcs inches 390 per pair pai pair90x96 j j90x96
475 6 5Irish u uIri
90x96 V VIrish
Irish Iri h Linen Pillow PiloT cases eaesj
22 13x36 inches inches95c inches95c Inches95c
95c per pair pairTwentythird pai paialu pairValas
Valas alu J JTwentytblrd 13 13Twentythird
Twentythird Street StreetJames StreetJames
James McCreery Go GoSale COISale CoSale
I IToday
Sale of Corsets CorsetsToday Corets CorsetsToday
Today January 5th 5thPink 5thPink 5thPink
Pink or blue batiste short shorthip shorthip shorthip
hip model trimmed with withsatin wih wihsatn withsatin
satin satn ribbon ribbonLong ribbol ribbol95c
95c 95cLong
Long hip model made of ofblack ofblack ofblack
black or white whie coutil coutiltrimmed co coutiltrimmed u t II IIhlmmed
trimmed with wih lace Sizes Sies
18 to 30
125 125mine 125uto 125ruse
mine 175 I7 to ZSO ZSOHigh 50 50High
d dHigh
High grade corsets corset made of ofblack ofblack ofblack
black or white whie materials materialsvarious materlal materialsvarious
various models model fronts including includingstraight Incuding Incudingstraight includingstraight
straight front
285 385formerly 285tormert7 285formerly
formerly 450 IO to 850 850Twentythird 80Twcntythid 550Twentythird
Twentythird Twcntythid Street StreetnOhb StreetThe StreetII
nOhb nOhbThe II Oh be beJolly
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Acler Acke Merr Merral Merrili MerriliCondit H HCondil
P I B e AI 1 e Condil Cnit New NewYork Yark Comply CompY CompYe CompanyI Agent Agenis
1150 110 150 per dozen plots plntaAntique pint pintAntique plotsA1qu
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In Carved Carvd Oak Oi and Kepoome Repole nra nraFire Dr DrFire Brass BrassFire
Fire Sets and Andirons AndironsIn
In Brass Br Steel and Illsck ack Iron Spark SparkFenders Sllr spartruard spartruardFcimders
Fenders Conl Coll Scuttles SCllcs and Va Vawml afS w ruarcc Wood WoodHolders 100 100Holders 0004Iloidera
Holders hearth lirusbej Jruhc elf elfLewis CI CILewis etcLewis
Lewis i Conger Congerlao
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THF Til WHITE 1llTE hOUSE lI1U STAFF STAFFMne STAFFNine
Nine = 11 Army Arm Navy Xa and Marine llrlne Corps op Officers OfficersNow Omleu Omleuow officersNow
Now = ow Detailed Uetallel to Assist nt lt Iterations IterationsWASHINGTON Rerpton RerptonWA8INOTON ReceptionswasIlxmoTom
WASHINGTON WA8INOTON Jan 4On account m ount of the theextensive thf thfextenle theextensive
extensive extenle entertaining by the President Presidentand Prl Presidentmind idt idtnd
and nd MM Irr Roosevelt Rsoolt nine officers ollcel1 from th thArmy thArmy this thisArmy
Army the Navy < ay and tho Marino Corps Crps have havebeen haebCI havehecmm
been bCI appointed appinted appointedonthe on tho statTol taT or ColThonuu ColThonuuW rl Ciii Toma TomaW Thomas ThomasSimmons
W Simmons the Huperintcndnnt Superintcnlt of Publf PublfIJuildings puhlwIuiding PubliBuildings
Buildings and Groundi Major Charles ChnlAII I IMcawley L LMcCawloyof IMeCawloy
Iuiding Grolnc
Mcawley of the Marino larlne Corps has un awW MsiJtf11 MsiJtf11at asslsteml asslstemlat l I Iat
at tho Whlto House receptionS rc pton for several evcrLI j jsciwons jIPIn jSLUtOflS
sciwons but ho hn h htts nurforniid pelorlc this thil function functionIn functon functonIn fmnctiOilIn
In addition to regular 1lullr dutii In his h cxrJ cxrJNow 1r1 n nNow
Now nw Major Ior MoCawloy 1flwly has hni l been > ien litallnl uitaIiiilto litallnlto 11ullll 11ullllto
to givH gie iv his whole who lmnI I time to duties In I in connec connection rnuc rnuctlon cOflh1etioim ¬
tion with the Whito Whio House Hou nwptions nwptionslinforo 1mton 1mtonlnorl mceptiOfl5liefore
linforo the Roosevelt R06wplt administration administrton IH IHstaff thA thAstaff 11 11silU
staff silU lnorl of tho Suporiritomloiit Suporirm muieiit of ci f Publlo Inhl BulH BulHIngs 1111 1111In ihmmlsiimigs
Ings In 1 and Gronndii Grotnd contlstell nnlsted of the nmrw nmrwNow omlr ofIePrNow
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