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I VOL LXXVIIBO i1p II + NEW YORK TUESDAY DECEMBER 21 2 1 1909 i9O9corisM c JlrrlA loOt zaQ svi Pri PrinHsg nd Pbli vZZiMii Auod AUOCIaiOfl Hon PRICE TWO CENTS
FLAMES IN CROWDED OROIDBDSTORE OROIDBDSTORErrnl STORE STOREfflllt STOREWILl
fflllt SCRAMBLE FOR LJFK i it it
t LONDON FIRETRAP FIRETRAPFour
Four Kmployrrs lIIploy Dead Five 0ereae esi csI csIDreadful l lurraitrol II
Dreadful I Peistbllltles tWhea Rotas Rotasire aahll1rr I Il
l ire rr rcSerrhedA Starched 4 Chrtitraa Chrlltlllai ChrIftmukln ChrIftmuklnIflItt3lDdWDrkb Mopping Moppingslsmll n nIamltGod
slsmll IamltGod IflItt3lDdWDrkb > rood Work ork t b JthnBarnt JthnBarntC0M Jahufluin5pU4 Im Rem RemSptral
Sptral Cow Dispatch to I Tp T Tpii TpiiLONDOH SUN SDKLONDON SUNLo
LONDON Lo mON Dec TO OA A fierce fir swept sweptway Iweptay sweptaway
way ay today n whole block of old build building bulldIng buildIngi ¬
ing used u d as asadraper a a drapers shop that is u to toNY toNYIII say sayas siyU
as a department store in thai tl Battorooa Battorooadittrict BattelMSdistrict att attdhtrict
district The T e establishment was wa that of ofArdinc orArdin ofArding
Ardinc A I Hobbs Hobbsur Hobbllflr Hobbscmploiees
flr ur employees aro m known to be beThty dad dadthey dHf
they jumped from upper window Five Fiver FL FLirs
irs r in the thehospltat tb hospital seriously burned A ADumber AIlumbtr
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Dumber of others otheraw othe who Q wr 11 wburned slightly slightlyburned llahtl7llrn
burned llrn or injured fnju fh had d their hurt dMednd dressed dressedand
and nd went en nt home homeThis homeThi hmef
f This is s all that thatis is I positively p known It ItIA ItIA jtL
IA L hoped bo that all the other employee employeesr employeecaIG employeepcaped
r caIG > cap I d and the members m mboriJ of the firm firmiprets nnnIpr flrma
a iprets Ipr confidence that every one on of the thetatny thenuny ther
r tatny hundred patrons who were In the thetore thettore theitore
tore got ot out ou unscathed ec But there were werefearful werefuful wereIMTftJ
fearful crushes at all the exits and the theIbmtJ thotItm theme
IbmtJ tItm me J spread with terrible rapidity It Is Istherefore Iathrefore Litherefore
therefore still uncertalnthat the charred charredbodies charrededils ebarredkdiea
bodies of victims vi tlm tlmu more or l q numerous numerouswill numeroUllwill flumerouwill
will not be found when the heap of glow glowing glowjot ¬
I jot ill nunsis cooled down in tho course courseof COWaOcia
of cia a day or two twoThe twoThe
1 The litest estImate Mtlm te of the money loss lossvantts J JIIIrit8 3oeiysrt
vantts from 11150000 to tl 1100000 500000 Then Thenare
are Fr re rumors rum ora that from fifty to sixty em employee omplo employee ¬
ployee plo s ere a missing mlil lncbut but these cannot cannotbe cannotenned
be b verified In the confuiiioa ton all who whoneaped whoI whocaped
caped I ecUtcred sCatteredandtben and then anxious InKI > WI rela relalives relaQ Ia Iatins
> Q lives missing them turned in their names namest na naIA
t IA 5 unaccounted for A roundup will willbe 1111Itll willus
be made today to41yto to account for Ibe em employeej emplortCJ employeej
f ployeej The uncertainty as a to o the fato fatoof
of ctiatomers will take longer to clear up
The London rondollflremen firemen did fine ic work workboth workboth workboth
both in rescuing th the people in th the place placeand placnd pLedsod
and nd In saving adjoining property pro rty There Tharwas ThereWill
was never a chance even to check the th fire firein ftreIn e
in the group ltroupor of buildings occupied by
ArdingHobbs ArdingHobbsIt Ardlogt Hobbs HobbeIt
It was 11 in the afternoon that the tb fir firtUrted ftnt ftntlurted firstarted
started The plaoe was orowded with withChrUtma witChrbtmu wittChriatmu
ChrUtma shoppers hop rs and loaded loa up upJritb upJritbIf with withII withall
If all II sorts of Christmas frippery Th Thcpread The
i 1 spread of the flames Ibm amee was we more rapid rapidthan
4 I than the rush of the people to get getway < et etway
i way from them Many jumped from fromwindows rromi fromtl
tl windows and andt1t the th four known deaths as aswll
i I 1 well w 1I as sundry of r the minor Injuries were werecaused wereC81 werecaiaad
caused C81 in thin way waydapharo wayClaphAm
k dapharo Junction U I a connecting point pointfor pointfor
1 for many manyof of the most important imp > rUnt railway
lines entering rnt inc < London and ha has given it itDame ItDame itDame
Dame to an undefined area in Battereoa DattereooI BattereoaluSurb
l I luSurb of tho tk city which ls Inhabited Inh4bitedchldy Inhabitedchiefly inhabitedI
I i chiefly by artisans clerks small traders tradersand tnderaand Waderrnl
and laborers of all grades gradesn It was to IbIS IbISc
c dam of o trade that Anita Arding Hobbs Bobtt7y Hobbse1lty Hobbchiefly >
chiefly t7y catered ote They did a considerable considerablebusinessB0wver aflhlerablehqsineehowjer sft1rrablfhtinel8rhewi1er
businessB0wver among anon the wellWdo wellWdoclMes well welItedoclapses ur do doclAuffl
clMes who Inhabit the residential dis district dlatriota dl dltriota ¬
triota bordering < on n Batteries attevse The be firm anndid firmL
L did s large prosperous prosP rOUS buln business l but ut were werefar lerefarlmov werefar
far farlmov removed Itt it commercial Importance Importancefrom l p rtance rtancefrom
1 from the huge department stores ol olAmerica o oAmerica otAmerica
America and of New ew York in particular particularThe r rThe
The block occupied by Anting Hobb Hobbconsisted HobbtMIIiated
4 consisted of a number of separate small smallhops smallihope matlop
hops op which w lc had been taken from time to
tuna as the business grew and which were werewnnected wenInnectfd werTtonnecte4
wnnected < by tunnelling through b the in invrvening hit invcTening
t vrvening walls Ths establishment hid hida hdM hsia i
M a good < frontage and nd presented an nattrao nattraotiTe attrac attractive attracm ¬
m tive appearance appearanceIt
It was in one o eoHheshow of ofthe the show indows lnd w that thattha thatthl Ititi I
tha fire had its it origin A clerk while whilethowing whileahowinlt whikshowing
showing some goods to a custome customeknocked cua cuatomeknocked me >
ri knocked an umbrella against aplnatanlootrlc aplnatanlootrlcMp an an1ectrk an1ectrkkmp electric electriclamp
lamp The bulb bulbwa was broken and the thelowing tb tblowing
t lowing filament fell on one of or the nu numerous num numerousreflulold
merous m merousreflulold celluloid articles on display In an aninstant anInstant I I
instant the entire contents of tho window windowwMit windowIot windowent r Ir
went Iot up in flame flameIt
f It ha been learned since the disaster disasterthat diAaaterJ
11 that tho entire department was filled with withRood wi wlUgoodi th thIoodll L
J Rood of the roost inflammable nature natureOwing natureq naturewing
Owing q wing inlt to t this t J fact the flames 1Iamellleaped leaped from frompoint fromflJlnt I Ipint I
point to to point with astounding rapidity
In a few minutes the whole interior of ofth ofth r rth
th store was burning as If the contents contentstud oontenhad content1Ld I
had been soaked with kerosene Within Withinquater Withina
a quarter qU er of an hour the be entire tlre structure structurewan struoturwas ruotu ruotuWII I
wan i 11 i femes Much of it wo of old deal dealwood dealood I Iwo4
wood ood tiat had long dried out and this thisburned thisburned tb I Ibrne4
burned fiercely nrcel From a distance It re rembled remhed
I mbled a huge bonfire bonfireIt
It is probably pre > true that no building was wasvr wuvr I Iever
ever vr consumed M In such a short space of oftim ortime oftim
tim time tim The flame roared from shop to tohop toop tohop
hop op until nearly half an acre acre of buildings buildingswas I Iwas
i was 31 on fire fi Desperately and swiftly a ath I Ii I Ithe
i th the blaze ran rant the to lose of life was WIemall WIemallCtmpilred small smallcompared I ICompared
compared with the danger whloh seemed sesmsdto aeem aeemto I Ito
to confront those tho in the building when wh the theflames thellamtflstrted th thflames
flames llamtflstrted llamtflstrtedThe started startedThe startedThe
The proprietor proprietorawho who were on the prem premises premLsee premisee ¬
ises as well as the head of departments departmentsacted
acted with coolness cooln and promptitude promptitudeImmediately promptitudeImmediately promptjtndeImmediately
Immediately th the flame were discovered discoveredthe I Ithe
the customers were led across th the build buildings baildInp ¬
Logs to a aid aide street where w all 1I made their theirsdt tbelrltit thebert r
sdt In safety So 80rar far as caa be learned learnedtonight learnedtonlght I Itonlghtnotaslnglepatronof
tonight tonlghtnotaslnglepatronof not a single i ale patron of the thestort thestortI store storewas
I was 18 hurt This ia I spite of th the fact that thatthere tkatthere thaitlre
there was a terrific crush at some of th thetlta thelita thierita
etlta etltaTh
elitaThere
Th There re Were about 600 employees emJt10reeeinthe In Inthe hithe
the building when the alarm was given givenbut IITebut I
but the greater number escaped eaeapedwitk eaeapedwitkflut with without withnut ¬
out Injury Four were Instantly kilted kiltedby kJUIc1by killedby
by leaping It ping from third story windows windowsbut wI wiadowbta de debut
but even these It Is JbelieT believed d would have havecot haTecot bavgot
cot out safely had they waited a few fewminutes lewmlnuttl r
minutes Five are in the hospital with withwrere withvrre wit witL I rI
L wrere vrre Injuries caused uaed by jumping while whilenumber wIlilea
a number of others oth othriwere were slightly burned buraedMost burnedMot
Most of the Injured were able to go to ton ftI
ii I homes after having their hurts I
d morlt < nt i at a hospital bospitalII
11 t L was announced tonight that the theowners tbeOoerll I IOners
owners of the store It ore have summoned a antimlwr amlnl anwnber
ntimlwr mlnl r of their assistant to be on band bandin
in the morning so as 1 to ascertain If poe possible poeibIe ¬
sible the amount of the loss and to check checkup
up p if possible J at that time the exact nusi nusibr IUHIJbor ntenbet
br of tho dead If any customer Were Werekilled were1I11ld wereiiIIed
killed tho fact Is In not t known knownat at atpreeent atpreeentRnd present presentnd
and nd will only be learned a as th the work of ofclearing orcllarinjt olClearing
clearing up the debris d brls proceed proceedTha da daThe
The Th group of building buildl p which Ailed a anarrow anarrow i iMrrw
narrow block about 300 OO yard long and andwbJch andwhich andVlJch
which had streets streetson on three side ald of It Itit Itnow itI
it I now a shapeless llhapel shapeleesmaee mass aiaaa of red hot ruins ruinsFloor ruinsFlnor ruinFlrwr
Floor after floor went down downwilb with aatQnI aston astonishing eatonihIng ¬
ishing I rapidity until untjlthe the main roof which whichsurmounted whichaII i iWSA
WSA aII surmounted d by a huge copper dome domecollapsed domecollapsed I If
collapsed f < lIaP M and fell fel1la In a upon the whole wholeMeanwhile wholerelnllbUe whole1eanwbtI
Meanwhile the tarrifla beat heateplit split the thewindowB thewlndowlI th thwindow
window of several vm shops H fll acre acreee the theitrert tbeIteet Ui UiL
itrert Iteet ani the thecootftlta contents of some of th p
L
I frlndows were ent set on fire Amoag lmoic rno the thewere th4swe
I were we th he windows wl dowa of a large provWoa provWoastore
store the front of which was trying 1It lwltB lwltBIIOOIeS with withscore withscores
score of turkey and geese These n wpr wprquickly wprequickly
quickly qUlckl1roaated roasted One floor of this ii star starwas IIttIewaa streWa
was Wa flroswspt but the flressa fi fremanrork = JQ by ripld ripldwork rld rldJotk
work stopped the tb progress of the flames flamesA mM mMA meeA
A 1arpl large saloon on the opposite aide of ofone orI ofOflO
I one of tb the streets had allthe all the window windowwrecked wiBdowwrecked windowwrecked
wrecked by th the beat On One drug store storewindow lItrewindow storewindow
window burded out and nd other otherpJfte plate glaea glaeafronts ihefront
fronts were demolished demolishedIt ked kedIt
It Is I the custom In the suburban lubu shop shopping shopping bopepine ¬
ping districts of London to decorate at atChristmas atChrietmaawlt attbriernawith
Christmas Chrietmaawlt with festoon re tooo of paper papeti flowers flowersand ftow ftowand flowerland
and holiday mottoes are re hunj hUll bWhthe across acrossthe acroeatbe
the thoroughfares This afternoon aCtera oo they theyproved theyproved ypreTed
proved a serious e rioue memo meaoet ao Tbb TI flame flameran lamearan
ran quickly along some fetoonsearryras fetoonsearryrasthe fMtoou ltriTta ltriTtatb
the tb fir across the streets IIr to t opposite oppoelbuDdinl opposIbuildings
building buildingAs
As I eoon as a this was noticed otloe l the reraova reraovaofrther removal removalorothude removaiofotherdeooratlon
ofrther orothude decorations ooratloDlwu was hurriedly hwrl r begun begunForemost be begunForemost p
Foremost In this work WM John Bums BumsthVlaboT
thVlaboT t1int ledr I 1dxsnd and Cabla oflcsr who WhOM
home Is I close cl ae to the seen lcenCoftb of the th Ire re Ho Hoorganised HeoraanJlIed H Horganleed
organised a gag ng of betpowu hetJlMlilIfbo hslprohomoid hslprohomoidthe whoVemoyed whoVemoyedthe oy d dthe
the festoons and hauled dawn the t e Vee Venetian Veetlan Veetian ¬
tian poles that thatlupPorMthem supported them After Afterward Atrward AtSirweed ¬
ward he b headed a bucket brigade which whichthrew whichthrew whichthrew
threw water on th the fronts of1 ofthe the buildings buildingsthat
that were we menaced menacedThe meaacedThflllremenwhowere menacedThei
The Thflllremenwhowere firemen who were still busy at mid midnight midnight midnight ¬
night throwing water on ontberuIa therulmr tberulrutIY say that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the fire was the hottest arid most rapid In laall Inall
all 11 their Ualruperkt experience experienceEarly zperknoeEarly oe oeEarlreporta
Early Earlreporta reports gave the tb estimated loss lossaf lossat i
at 5000000 but this was probably an ex exaggeration exaggeration ¬ I
aggeration a It Is understood that the I
building bulldl 1 and stock st ck k were Insured for for15SOOOO ro
II 15SOOOO SOOOO chiefly In ine New York YorkCornpaniee YorkCornpanieerISTONS companies companiesPASTORS eoDtPaHtSfORS I
PASTORS NAT IIT T TO SHOVEL SNOW SNOWIHtnap S SNOWfliChop Otr Otrmhep
IHtnap iawrraoe Bfa fIII Want t Them TliemI
I I Mow Church InB I I4U Either BlthrrBOSTON BlUJfrDo8TO EitherBOSTOX
BOSTON Dec D De OJl OibOp Bshop op Lawrence Lawrenceof
of the MaaeachusetU MlUleah aeWi ette diocese of of the theEpiscopal theEp1soQpal theEplsoqpsl
Episcopal Church Chur b ha b bee s set t his hi seal of ofdisapproval ofdlatpPToa1oa ofdI5provai
disapproval onchurch on chum fair T1F and a d enter entertainment entertalnmmta entertatnmelta ¬
tainment He wants the affairs alrai of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the parishes es conducted on a more dig dignlfied dienilled dignlfled
nlfied and businesslike basis He H also alsomakes altoIU oIotnte
makes IU IM a atToaC stroae plea pl atba A baI t the rectors rectorssalaries rectorealaries recthrseatarie
salaries be one of orthl th the firsf ti Item h Ipi l IB I parish parishexpenditures prlahexpenditUres h hexpeadit
expenditures expendituresThese expeadit expenditUresThree res resTb
These Tb are some of the things the Bishop Bishoptouches BIhoptouches Bishoptouches
touches upon In a pastoral pa pa toral letter just justutied JUltIued juetIsauedbyhim
utied Isauedbyhim IsauedbyhimI by him himM
M 1 occasionallyoome occUionaily oomeaoroH come across a clergy clergyman clergyman ¬
man who unpractical unpract cl or cares car inIlnallcee infinances In Infinances
finances does not pay psykie his debts I have haveno
no excuse to offer for him Above Aboveail Aboveailother all allother 11 11other
other Institutions tb theCtlurob the Church should shouldear Ihouldbear shouldbear
bear > ear a high name for fOlAaaac financial l honor honorThere honorMTbere honorThere
There is I as a a rul rule money enough enoughIn
In n the people ple Income lac mJt to support the thechurch thotchurcb thechurch
church On One discovers this when some someobject 80mobltCtor eompobject
object obltCtor of special Iat Interest rest arrive arrI I Ilave Ihue Iheve
hue lave known a parish parl4hto to raise enough eaouchmosey elourhnO1eT enoughmosey
mosey In a few f week ta purebaw a fine fineorgan tinreJ fine3rgaxi
organ while their rector radIo an n efficient efficientman
man ailectly eidured the shame of un unpaid unpalt unpalfi ¬
paid bills bit teonuse his salary waa we In ar arrears arren arrear ¬
rears I know of fen fe more cruel sit situations situatlons It Itwiflw ¬
uations than that th of orI a faithful rthfulc1erJY rthfulc1erJYmlLft clergy clergyman clergynian
man who w 9 keenly k jI1n naltrf vt has ne fJ1tt been beenpal4 bqpalet be bepa14
pal4 bin salary ard f therefor hereorueanneI hereorueanneIpay oaanot oaanotuy a f fpay
pay his bill because be Cu4lfl of r the a lUtles Uatl llatIenee llatIeneeof aei aeiof IIe IIeof
of the vetrjr veetzi9he e rV8dlJMPJa ed peeplew peeplewThe bfoo bfooMThe > >
The jrra graim s on ofttb tb the liure tireli IIfe4tI1 lawns should sbouMnot ebouldnot shouldnot
not be let to the minister to cut nelthe neltheshoutd nflltheo nflltheoshould nettheshould
should the snow on the th sidewalks Ildcwa c be before befbre before ¬
fore the churches chur hei be b cleaned ctel oed by him himneither himnelt himneither
neither nelt should th the sidewalks 014e be the last laston lasto
on o the street to tabs bo oiea oieaneTbe dcoaexL dcoaexLThe ecL ecLMTbe
The wardens of tb the churches fIllfOhbould fIllfOhbouldbire iwrchs should shouldhire shouldhire
hire some on ono to do thesethings these things and andnot andnot I Inot
not depend on ths tb willingness of the theclergy thecJerg7 I IclMAT
clergy to fill in the gaps japa
MA M3ORLECDS YORELECrS PL 118 118CemmlMleetra PI4NsCeinmleIeeers A S SIKB
IKB IKBrommlstlofltr
rommlstlofltr Perdy Pard and 114 IteUbrrd Ma MaLawson Mae a alleappeffli
e lleappeffli lleappeffliI Ieppii1Lawson
Lawson Purdy presidsot of tho thoTax thoTax thoTax
Tax Board and Charities Commissioner CommissionerRobert CommlaflonnRobert CommiselonerRobert
Robert W Uthberd U hbeld who are believed believedto
to t he slated for reappointment to their theirrespective theirfMPeottve theirrespecUve
respective HtOOO aad Aldl1 I7SOO 7 OO places were wereamong were wereamoDI wereamong
among the callers yesterday on Mayor Mayorelect MaYOrI Mayorelect
elect Gaynor at bio home in Brooklyn BrooklynWhile BrooklynWbUe BrooklynWhile
While Judge Gaynor still declines to give giveout giveout Te TeOllt
out any of Ills Impending appointments appointmentsIt
It U i the opinion of men in his confidence confldencathat
that ho Is I satisfied with Itb th the present preetman preetmanagement man management management ¬
agement of both the Tat Ta and Charities Charitiesdepartments thr1t1eedepartments hariUeeI
departments and that neither Mr Purdy Purdynor
nor Mr Hebberd will be disturbed disturbedSome dlturbedSome disturbedSome
Some Tammany magnates are also alsolooking a1aoI alsolooking
looking looklnllor for the retention of Polio Com Commlseionef Commaelooef Cornmiaslonet
mlseionef William F Baker Bak with whom whomthe whomI whomthe
the Mayorelect had his bleftnt first meeting meetinga
a week or so ago CO Mr Baker had made madeno
no 9 personal appeal to Judge Oaynor Gaynorfor Oaynorfor
for reappointment but a few influential influentialmen fu uantLel uantLelmen
men whose opinion it It is i betrayed belrev d car carries carrlN cuTiM ¬
TiM considerable con iderabl weight with th the Mayor Mayorelect Mayoreleet Mayorelect
elect called and urged his retention re tlon It ItIs Itfa itI
Is I said that Mr Baker Impressed the theMayorelect thel theMayorelect
Mayorelect l orfieot favorably at their long eon conference eonfenmce eonfereoce ¬
ference over police affairs but his hi r rappointmeot re reappoi reappointment
appointment appoi tmllDt must still remain a matter matterof
of speculation peculatlOI3A i iAoommlttM f
A AoommlttM commute said to represent repreaeadty repreS lh 40000 40000city OOflOcity
city employees Is 1 to ask ak Judge Oaynor Oaynorto
to appoint either Walter 0 Elliott Elliottmunicipal a amunicipal 1 1munIcipal
municipal dviI eacBMr Durbin B Van VanYIeck VanYledi D DVledc
YIeck a deputy tax tascolJeetoror collector or < Robert RobertVan RobertVan RGbertVao
Van Puree 8 chief eM engineer of th Water WaterDepartment WaterDepartmeot WaterDepartment
Department as UODe on one of the e three new newCivil newChit newQvtI
Civil Service 8 GotBarfssioaers GotBarfssioaersJudge OomaIMIoaeraJul1 CornedislonersJudge
Judge Oaynor had nothing further to tosay toy toM775St5dYbOUt
say M775St5dYbOUt y yesterday about th tM recent mysterious mysteriousburglary mnterlouebarc1ar7 mygteriouburglary
burglary at bk hi ooaatey home at 8t James Jamesand JtlJMeanel Jamesand
and th thUlett the theft of U hIa letters I It was re reported reOrled yeported ¬
ported that Sheriff Proctor Proetorof ol SuJfoHccounty 8u11oltoeuat1 SuJfoHc Sutokooznty
county had given Instructions to hi hideputy 111e 111edeputy iiideputy
deputy at St Jam 1 James to sake a thorough thoroughBTestlgatioa thOl01lPlanaelptloa thoroughnyeeSigat1OQof
BTestlgatioa of the matter matterNEORO JUurNEGRO matterNZGRO
NEGRO BURNED ALIVE ALIVEBe
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Be Had Taken TakIIetFreJ Tak BeTiwa fpe From a aPosse aWbo rtlr rtlrpo
Posse e Tfa Wbo Fired FlredUJe FlredUJeKonooJ the Hrase HraseMOMTOOUBBT HeeUoerooiiuY
MOMTOOUBBT Y Ala Deo 30 2OEmHi 2OEmHi81ade 20ErnetfiLade Ernwt ErnwtBlade
Blade M E Carlton and Tom a BhbMs BhbMsof hISW hISWof
of the Sheriffs posse were shot today todaywhile todywhile
while trying to dislodge CHat latuontgoenery latuontgoenerynegro Mon U Dtc tgatnsry tgatnsrya lfltlT lfltlTa
a negro ne o from a house In WIlcox county countywhere countywhere
where he had fled from arrest arrestThe arrestThe matThe
The house was fired and the negro negroumed aegroburned negroburned
burned > to death before erorethe the eye of the theX3ese thepoaa theMoIhtgomei7
poaa poaaWontgomel1 X3ese X3eseMontgomery
Montgomery Is wanted for the themurde themurdeof murder murderof urderof
of Algernon A Lewis on Saturday for which whlohwo whiobtwo whichtwo
two wo of his hi brothers hare already beenaken bMataken been besataken
taken takenSlade takenSlade akenBlade
Slade is not expected to live but the theothers theo theother
others o beraand and a aDl man named Ltadsey who was waswounded w wwounded wagwounded
wounded will probably pro 17 recover recoverIn re 01er1 01er1In overlIn
In the afternoon the feeling was high highand hlbnnd highand
and there thereIWerft were fears that tbatmore more ne newould neyoe neyoewould ro 9 9would
would be killed On Ontbe the request of th thSheriff tbBherill the the8herI
Sheriff OaT Comer ordered Col Carter Carterand Carterand Carterarid
and fifty men by special train to Wilcox Wllooxcounty Wilcoxoount WIicozcounty
county Later ho recalled reoAIl the th order orderhaving orderhume orderbaying
having received a report repo that all was wasM wasquiet 8 8qul
qul quiet t
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Me 8 I 18 Betermmed De enalftf ermtned Net to Remain RemainAny f uiet uietAny rt rtA
A Any Uoavrr H tatter IDde tho Charges CarN and aadInahiaatlotis andI I IInalenittelil
Inahiaatlotis I t Made Mae Against Him 1mA 1mAReII HimA HimArioIatton A AReflation
Reflation ReII for tr an Inquiry Inq 11 Soon SoonWASHINGTON SoonJlnDOTN NoonAsnfl4OTO
JlnDOTN WASHINGTON Asnfl4OTO Dec D 20 ORcbar ORlchard Richard A ABallinger ABlner AHiiilager
Ballinger Blner Secretary 8retryorthe ofthe Interior has hasreached hured haireached
reached red the te point pnt where wher wherohe he has ha ha determined determinednot
not to remain remn quiet any anylonler longer under uder the thecharges theomlN tb tbcharge
charges and Insinuation Inslntona that hare been beenmade beD beDma t tnade
made ma against aant him in connection conneton with the thewaterpower thewterpowe th thWaterpower
waterpower wterpowe site policy potloor of his hi adminis administration admlnisttnad sdmlnlstratkn ¬
tration ttnad and the Cunningham Cnlngba coal 01 case casein casei caseitq
in i Alaska taka Mr fr Balllnger Blnger Is now no seeking seekingan klns klnsan
an invetgaton Investigation by Congress Congre into his hisofficial bl hisoflidal I
official ocal conduct couct The way has been bn paved pavedfor pve I Ifor
for such an a Inquiry and those thO Informed Informedbelieved Inrore I Ibelieved
believed bele1e it Is 1 certain rln that either el er the Ren Renate Rn Rnate IISnate
ate or the House BoU will wl appoint appint a commit committee committe
tee te to look into the allegations alegatonl Involving InvolvingMr
Mr r BalUnger BalUngerAfter Binger BingerAtr BalUngerAlter
After Atr the te holiday holday recess ree a resolution resolutionfor rolutlon rolutlonror
for an inquiry will wi be bp presented nt In the theSenate thenate th thSenate
Senate nate by b Mr frNellon Nelson of Minnesota MinnOta who whola
la 1 chairman chalnan of the Committee Con1mlt on Public PublicLand Pullc PullcLnm I IIAnh
Land Lnm or Mr Jones Jone of Washington W hlngon Mr MrBallingera Mrlnger MrBollingere
Ballingera lnger own State Stte It I is I probable probble that thaeither thateither thateither
either resolution rNotuUon will 111 provide for an in inquiry inquiry Inqulry ¬
quiry also into the workings and poll pollolesof pl polloies
olesof ele oies of the forestry rorestr bureau buru a subordinate subordinatebranch subordinte subordintebranch subordlnatdbranch
branch of the Agricultural Agrloulural Department Departmentof Ieparent Ieparentof
of which Clifford Glord Pinchot Pnchot Is h chief chiefPresident ohlerPldentTat chiefPrealdeotTalt
PldentTat PrealdeotTalt President Taft is in thorough thoroulb sympathy sympathyWith lympthy sympathywith
With Ith Secretary Srtary Ballingera 11njtrt ilelr desire for a aprobing aprobing a aprobing
probing into Int the tie coal cal land lant cares 10 and the thewaterpower thowaterpwer thcwaterpower
waterpower waterpwer site controversy H 1 He be believe belevM believee ¬
lieve levM that the attacks atfk made on Mr Bal Ballinger Bl Blliger Ballinger
liger linger are the most outrageous outrageua ever di directed dirt dirctl ¬
rected rt against a public publc man ID and has ha ex expressed expr cxpressed ¬
pr pressed indignation Indllaton on account aunt of them themIn themPeldent1 themIn
In the Presidents Peldent1 opinion according accrig to tohe t tothe
the understanding undttndlDI of some of those who whoiiavelils whohlye whohaveble
iiavelils hlye J confidence Cntdencellr Mr Bnlllngeraofllcla Bnlllngeraofllclaconduct Bollingers lnlerl ofcll ofcllcnduc oftuial oftuialconduct
conduct cnduc has bl been absolutely abslutelyceo clean and andany Andanylnelgatln andany
any anylnelgatln investigation Into what he bas done doneas
as a Secretary St of the Interior or into his hisx hfacnduct hi hiconduct
conduct cnduct x > as a Commissioner CommlloDer of the Genera GeneraLand GeneratLnd GeneralLand
Lnd Land Office Omc or a a as a practising practsing attorney attorneyn
i in n the Interim between btween leaving INvfng one Federal Federaloffice Foerl Foerlonc Federalamos
office onc and taking up the duties dutle of another anotherwill anotherwl anotherwill
will wl demonstrate demonltte that tht he has ha been b deeply deeplywronged deplyronle deeplywronged
wronged ronle by the te tb newspapers magazines magazineseriodicals magplnf magainesperiodicals
periodicals periodicls > and ad Individuals indlldul who have havetought haeught havesought
sought to bring his hi good go name Into dis disrepute d diarepute ¬
repute reputeMr reput reputeMr
Mr Ir BalUnger Blgr said lid today that he would wouldwelcome wouldwelome wouldweboome
welcome welome an Investigation Innlt tlon He made madehis madoIhls madethi
his thi statement attement without wihout reservation resntlon as asi utn asti
tn ti i > confidence oonfdenc and it was wa regarded rtprde in inhe Intbe inthe
he light lght of an 1 invitation InvitUGn to t Coagrcsa Coagrcsao Cn Cnto
to o take tke up the matter mter without wihout delayv delay
The attack made md last It week wek on Mr Bal BalInger Bl BlInle haltinger
Inger Inle and Commissioner Comml8ione Dennett Dnnrt of ofhe orhe ofthe
he General 00nen1 Land Lnd Office Ofce by Repr Rlnla Rlnlatit flepreeenta flepreeentatire m3la m3laive
tire tit Hitchcock HIcok a Nebraska Xerak Democrat Democratin Dmoct Dmoctbr
in br it regarded rde as having had much to do dorjtb doWith o oUb
With the te decision delon or tiie e Secretary Soretl of the thenlerior theInlerior theinterior I
interior not to Ame assume a positive plvaUlud plvaUludwthou attitude attituderithotit attitudewithout
without wthou regard re r totealsfstlvelnveijt totealsfstlvelnveijtalion I
gation gtion alion but to invite Congress Cnl to look looknto lookinto lookinto
into his stewardship stewardshipA stewarship stewarshipA
A story tor was In circulation crulaton today on onruat ouht onrhit
< ruat ht appeared pp to be b good aO authority autn9riy autn9riytht authorityibat
hat tht the Administration Adminltra on had hadcome come cme to tohn t tothe
hn th conclusion oncuslon thkt th t It It would be well wel for fororester forFOCter forForeeter
orester FOCter Pinchot Pnchot to leive the Ooren Oorenmeutservioe Oenmeuherio byennieuteervloe
meutservioe meuherio Nothing otln beirlng bllolthe the marks marksof mark
of official sanction has been be given 1en out outlowever ot othoweer outhowever
however lowever to Indicate Indict th that t President Peident Tart Tn t
and his bl advisers adlr hive such an idei in inmind i imind Inmind
mind Mr Pinchot is retarded rearde Illc as 1 the thelead te tebNd thehead
lead and front of the movement for the theconservation theoDraUon theooneervaUon
conservation oDraUon of the natural ntural resources resourcesif fUrCM fUrCMor
or if the Country and for the te work he h ha hadone ha hasdone
done In funt this thll connection coneton Prealdent Taft Taftiss Tar
ba Ii iss considerable Cderbl admiration admirationMr admirton admirtonlir
Mr lir Pinchot Plncot has ht ha not hesitated hesltated to let lett letIt letit
It t be known kow that he intended intendf to sit 1 tight tightnd tght tghtand tightend
and nd resist fit any effort etort to IIe have him resign resignila rlg
ila hi otlce oUc His attitude attude Is I I that if I be beis bef beIs
is f to be b separated aprt from frm the Government Governmentservice Oovemmenterlc Governmentservice
service erlc it i will not be b through any volun volunsry voluntaracohlAprt roluntsryactonhipert
taracohlAprt tsryactonhipert sry act on his part Bysome BYlmopeopethlhu BYlmopeopethlhubn Bysomepeopiethlshas Bysomepeopiethlshasbeen people this has haswen
bn been wen construed cntmed a I a bid bi for r o martyrdom maydom by byr
JAr Jr r Pinchot but butopneraly butgenerally generally there the Is I no dis dislositlon d dpton dl dlposition
position pton to credit Cit him with wih sensations sensationsir aenlton
Or ir r questionable qutoble motive molvea in letting lettng It be bemderstobd b betmderstood
terat mderstobd that it I would be necessary necessaryor ne ry
for or the Administration Adlnltrstlon to dismiss dlmiuhlm him in inrder Inoror inorder
order oror to have bye him quit hi hi his present pr t post postTbo pt ptTo poetThe
The To suspicion auplion is i I widespread wlepr that most mostof mot motof mostof
of the attacks attw on 0 Mr Balllngers Blligr conduct conducta cnduct cnductStar
a Secretary Star of o the Interior have hv been beenfostered bn bnroter beenfostered
fostered by in the
roter b persona forestry ser service servic servioe ¬
vice vic President Prlet Taft believes ble accord according acr accordlog ¬
log to statements etatmenta given genoecher credence here herethat herethat
that he baa b a correct cor understanding undtandh g of ofwhat oft ofwjiat
what t baa b been b done do by b persons per connected connectedwth oet oetwth L Lwith
with wth the ni Government Govret to discredit dlt Mr MrBalUnger MrBlnger MrBalling
Balling Blnger There The Is I no reason II to believe believehowever bl believehowever
however hcnree that tht the President Pldent regard regardMr relr regardsMr
Mr M Pmcbot Pcho as being Implicated Imllt in the thesecret tb tbet theset
secret et movement movleat to force ro Mr Balllnger Balllngerout Blng
out ot of the Cabinet CabinetWhatever Cbinet CbinetWtee binet binetWhatever
Whatever Wtee may my be b the right or the wrong wrongof wong wongo
of the whole conservatlonal controversy controversyconditions oontroieryoooditionz
o ortO Otrsy OtrsyclUo
conditions clUo point to an a Investigation iletpto by b
Congress C which Whic will wl go 0 thoroughly thogby into intothe intothe Intothe
the attacks att on the Secretary Star of the In Interior Inte Intetlor ¬
terior and the degree of responsibility
te dev rplblty
for fo these tht attacks at to be charged ob against againstpersons agalOt agalOtpr againstpersona
persons pr holding positions plto under uer the Gov Government Ooveet Goveinment ¬
ernment ernmentMONEY eet eetMONBI einmentMONEI
MONBI MONEY ORDERS BY It CABLE CABLEBritish CAB CABBrU CABLEr1ttah
British BrU PostmaiterOcneral etatmrral Make Mae a Deal DealWith DfalWlh DealWith
With Wlh Western tem Union tno Co CeSptdal Co61rG Co8caZ
Sptdal 61rG Cttlt Ci Dnpcteh DocI to TM T SCK SCKLONDON SCNLN 5rwLoitnoif
LONDON LN Dec D 20 2The OThe The Postmaster PostmasterGeneral PotmtAtr PotmtAtro PostmasterGeneral
General o has hetred ha entered Into ito an a agreement agreementwith aleet aleetwt agreementwith
with wt ths t Western Wetem Union Telegraph Telegph Com Company ComPT Cornpany ¬
pany PT for ro an a exchange eoce through that com company cornpany m mp ¬
p pany Of telegraph tqpb money moe orders ordel between betweenthe betwe betweenthe
the th United Ualt Kingdom Klrdm on one hand hd and aadCanada ad adCa andCanada
Canada Ca and the thoUDlt United States Stt on the theother tbeother theother
other after at January JanW 1 ltDIO ltDIOTe 1010 1010The 1910The
Te The maximum mamu amount for which a aalngl alng asingle
single money moy order orer may myb be Issued hero herowill beren herewill
lng will n be b4 40 46 sterling trar but for ro orders issued issuedla
la 1 th te the United Unt States Stt and ad Canada CaDa for forpayment rorpaymet forpayment
paymet payment In i the United u t Kingdom Xngom the maxi maximum mulmu marlmurr ¬
mum mu amount aount will l be b 41 is 4d 4 which whichthe whichte I Ithe
the te equivalent eutent of ofBiggest 1200 1200BlKKeit 1 1Bisset
Biggest Bisset Bench Bd of Sky fJ 81cm 81cmArchitects SiplArotc SlniArcdteota
Architects Arotc for the O J Qude Company Companyapplied CmPY CmPYapple Companyapplied
applied apple to the city cty yesterday yetery for the thelargest thept thelargest
largest pt single blce allotment alotmet of permits pits for forsky f forsky r rIp
sky signs Ip yet made by an individual individualThe indlldul indlldulTe
The wants to put
Te company want up thirty
three th omJY roof ff display dpy structures trotu along alonj the tbele
Bowery e Broadway Brday Park row rw Union UnionSquare Unionfiquare I
Square Carmine Cnnlne W West ut Thompson ThomJn and
Third Tr fuar streets tr and on Park Madison MadisonSecond lID lIDSe Madisonfl0ond
Second Third Tir Fourth and Sixth Hlxthaveu HlxthaveuTo avenues avenuesTb avenuesThe
Tb To The Se architect arlteo agree agr that all hall hal be besafely b besafely
safely rely built bit and ad anchored Ancored to the t roofs roofsill roofCdll
Cdll C4dtne1Otbbona ur ill al CatholIcs Ctole to t UM u UM UMa t I
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Ills Services SrTc at Caterer Catercr at Kills RU Iilan IilanNe 1luNo IslaniNo
No Longer Lense Required BeqnlrrdWASHINGTON Rfnlrfd RfnlrfdW RequiredW51IzNoyoN
WASHINGTON W AIIINOTON Dec De 20 20Frlta Fritz Friz Brodt Brodtwho Brt BrtwhQ Brodtwho
who holds hold the concession conoi n at Ellis Els Islam Islamto I1
to sell sel food to immigrants Immgn will wl be deposed deposedSecretary depd depdSrtary deposedSecretary
Secretary Srtary of Commerce Cer Comzneroeand and Labor Lb Nap Nagetoday NapI
I today signed an order oror cancelling cnclng th thlcntract thcontract thcontract
contract cntract of Brodt and bids for
01 Brt a new newcontract ne necntrct necontract
contract cntrct will wl be b advertised advertisedThe adverted advertedThe
The contract cntraot specifies spifie certain crtain meals mealsand mel
and their cost ctdecrib describes a line lne of fooc foocand ro
and the prices pri at which they ore a to be befurrffehed b bifuruihed
I furrffehed furhod and also alo provides provdl that thtohll thtohllarlclee oth otharticles otharticles
I articles arlclee may be b called catd for by the thelml thelmlgratlon Immi Immigratlon Immigration
gratlon Commissioner Cmmllloner at New York a aprice al alI
I price prc yielding a net profit proft over wholesal wholesalcost llhole h hI
I cost cst to a the contractor contractorCommissioner contra contractorCommissioner or orCommlsloner
Commissioner Commlsloner Williams Wilamll charged charge th ththe tl11 tl11the tlmthe
the food fo furnished rumilh by Brodt was wa of in inferlor Inferiorqualitynd
I ferlor feriorqualitynd quality qualtYlnd pnd that his hlslerlce hiservice1iad service hod ha been beenIn bl
In other ways unsatisfactory r After rer an anextensive Al ni i iextensive
extensive Investigation Invostgatoh lasting IItng sever eeveraweeks lovera loverawek
weeks wek In which Mr r Brodt Brt had nn n oppoi oppoitunlty upportunltyto oppoltunity
tunltyto tunlty to be b heard her Secretary Srtor Nagel ha hadecided hl hldeldfd I Idecided
decided deldfd that a change Is I desirable delrble it itEllis Il IlEUI eEllIs
Ellis EUI Island Illnnd Today Toay Mr Brodt Brt was wasInformed WI wwJnforrned
Informed that the tht contract would tar terminate fr tarmituite ¬
minate In sixty Ilty days The contract i isaid 1 t p piiaid
said kl to be b very ver veryprofllable veryprofllableIIPLOl1ITJMT profitable profitableDIPMHIATS proftable
DIPMHIATS IIPLOl1ITJMT rstr SIT fs fsTlirre r rThrre 15Three
Three Ministers tnlIr and Two Aml tniIasadora tniIasadoraEci lhulors lhulorsrh > aiadors aiadorsKaeh
Kaeh rh e en n lilt 111 own Ihl HuolnfM HuolnfMKew Hutntl ItuelnesXew
Kew 8 York is Retting gettlnj to be a magnet nuguefor magnetfor t tfor
for Ambassadoni Ambas1dol and Foreign ol Ministers MinistersYesterday llnIJter MinistersYesterday
Yesterday Yeteny there thoe wore five lve of ofthfm them In Intown 10town Imtown
town townThe
townThe
The Austrian Ambassador Ambldor Baron ronvon ronvonnongelmllo von vonHongelmCHIe I IIlongalmlllor
HongelmCHIe nongelmllo Ml the St Regis Rfall on Sun Sunday Su Sunday
day nnd on the same saro UZU diy arrived arrive Baron BaronRofen Dron DronROon I IRosen
Rosen ROon the Uusaian luslan Ambassador Ambaldor Baron BaronRonen Drttn DrttnROn I Illceenwentbackto
Ronen ROn llceenwentbackto wont back ba ck to t Wshnaton Washington VtUitngtonyesterday VtUitngtonyesterdaysfternoon yeray yerayateron yeatrda yeatrdaafternoon
afternoon ateron but blt Count von Bvnistorff rtorl the theGerman t thitiermati
German Otrl Ambassador Ambasdor armed arrhl in Ilia Iliamorning Ibumoring Ib I Imorning
morning moring The 11e Waldorf had the Bpaniol BpaniolMinister Spnlb SpnlbMiniser SpanialiMinister
Minister Miniser the Marquis 3Iarui de Yillalobar llaloor am amthe Ind IndUle niul niulthe
the Minister from VtezuebSu Venezuela Soflor or Rojas Rojasall RJallaU
all day dayCount dayCount dayCount
Count von Berniitorff rnBtorll aaid Ild he had bd come comeup cme cmeup nomiup
up partly prt > to meet met his son sn who Is due du to toarrive toarive I Iarive
arrive arive on the Kaiser lallr Wllhelm Wilelm II I to today today ¬
day dy Th 1IeAm TheAmbassadorsnou e A mbassadora dor oon nla is a at tudontlt tudontltIh tiidnLal tiidnLalthe uden tat tatha
ha Ih college clege in Darmsttdt He is cominover comlnj comlnjover mlo mlooer
over to eat rt his Christmas Criltm dinner with hii hiifamily tlA tlAfAmiy I Ifamily
family fAmiy and to make his first visit vfl to t the theUnited theUnie tIninlted
United Unie States Stt He Is I IS 18YMra years old oldHerbert oldHerrt oldHerbert
Herbert Herrt A Squiers Suier United Unite States StatesMinister State I Ir
Minister 1lnlster to Panama Panal arrived arrlTeetry yesterday r
from rrm his Iia post ps on his hi way to Washington WashingtonHis
His stay lty in this country will 111 be b brier brierTIIKIK brierTIIEiR brieTJI1ilR
TIIKIK LITTLE UTTLF MISERIES MISERIESStrum iUERIES iUERIES8tr MISERIESStraw
Strum 8tr Threaten Trtatm to Break Brrk the I e Back Hc of a aMarriage aItarrase aMarriage
Marriage Itarrase Eighteen RlhtH Years Nra Old OldEighteen 81dtgten emFJghteea
Eighteen tgten years yers married and ad with five fivechildren lTe lTecidrn fivethlidren
children cidrn Mrs lrs Theodore Theore C Buhl Rhl and ad her herhu hr hrhubnd halbusbond
hubnd busbond hu bnnd an artist disagreed dl d about but ths thswallpaper th thwalppr i iwallpaper
wallpaper walppr in their new n w house hoe Also Alth Althwlf the thewife I Iwife
wife wanted wante a kitchen kitcen garden pren back of the thebouse tb tbhoue I Ihouse
houe house and ad the husband hubod a flower lowe le garden gardenThen gardenThen
Then he h turned turne off the gas p when she sh had hodthe b I Ithe
the kitchen kithe toe going at the same m time timeand UmeId p pand
and Id he h said It was extravagant enra1t Also AI he hethought i ithought
thought toUt she was wat too friendly friead7 with a aclergymans a aclergymn I
cer clergymans family faiy In The Bronx and ad she shewennth shewenawith he hewth
wennth wth her herdughter herdrughter daughter to a bAirSfthe bAirSftheYonker b1Jrthe balirtheYomiker J Jonkera
Yonker Firemen Freme a Association Auoui0 when we he hedidnt bedldnt p pdidnt
didnt want to
go goJustice g goJustice I
Justice JutcOOonan OOorman of the Supreme SupremeCourt 8UPnl 8upremCourt
Court Curt who heard Mrd these thra little ltle mtoftriei mtoftrieireaterday ml inlsarlyesterday 4
yesterday eetry in the wife suit for rorcaep aepara aeparaion aep separstion
tion asked alke the lawyers lawers if they the didnt didntthink dldnthluk didntthink
think It was their ther business bulno8 to toa promote promotea prom te tea
a reconciliation renclaton He gave them the a week weekand wel weekand
and week wek suggested aUpte too that tlt It was 11 Christmas Christmasweek Critmu Critmuwek I Iweek
COLLKOK CO 10 I STUDENTS STRIKE STRIKEPart STRIKF STRIKFpa
Part pa rt or Pennsylvania I lRIYt ntverrity Closed C by byKrl I b bEirl
Krl UI > Departure Dfarure e f Classes ClaafMPHILADELPHIA CII ClassesPIIILIDELPUA
PHILADELPHIA PUILDKLPUI Doc Do 20 20Pollowi Follow 7010wi ng ngtlitir n ntlulr ngtheir
their threat thr of a week we ago 400 students studentsof atueota atueotaor
of the veterinary Yte rnary department deprmet of the theUniversity tb tbUnhprelty tboUniversity
University of Pennsylvania sck struck today t
because ble the vacation nctoo period perio did not begin beginsoon bln bln80nenough beginsoon
soon 80nenough enough to suit them themThe the themThe
The buildings bUldinp were we deserted d edand and not a abook abk abook
book bk was 11 opened opne in this department departmentThe doparuult doparuultThf
The Thf students had hd packed ke up and gone gonehome gonehome gonehome
home faculty facultyThe facultyThe four tourdaywbeforethetimeset daysbefore dy brore the time tm set s by tIh the thefaculty thefaculty
follt1e The 1e vacation vactou Is I scheduled IcheuIedto to begin beginDecember beglaDbr beginDecember
December Dbr 23 and to end January Janur S SOne SOne
One class the t e junior in the medical medicaldepartment mecl mecldepent medicaldepartment
department depent took tk early leave leve with the thsVets t the9eta
Vets VetM The T deans dena In other departments departmentssaid dopre
said sid all the classes OIN were wereweU well attended attendedThe attded attdedTe
The Te strike strik followed rolowe the facultys fltTfllure fltTfllureto failure failureto
to grant a petition ptton sent In last La week weekt we weJi weekIiPl
t Ji IiPl lffv W GATES DIDNT SAY SA 1 IT ITOffered ITOtHe ITOffered
OtHe Offered leeeee ee to t a oarca Cad With With7ieer Wth WthNre Withiever
7ieer Nre a Word on About bot Gambling GamblingJohn Gamblac Gamblacohn GamblingJohn
John W Gates Oat denies that he preached preachedagainst prced prcedaint preachedagainst
against aint gambling pmbln before brore the Gulf Oul Moth Methodist Met Mothodlat ¬
odist oJt conference nereno in Port Arthur Arhur the thsother theoter theother
other oter day dy The Th reports on of Mr Oatess Oatessspeech ot Osteesspeech
speech ph which found their way wayNor North
bad ha him hm advising dvlng all Al young men me to t follow followthe folow folowte followthe
the te strait trt and 8 narrow DIW path pth and eschew eschewgambling eew eewpmbln eschewgambling
gambling pmbln in i every er form for It I appear appearnow apprs apprsDOW appearnow
now that tt Mr M Gate Otluo Instead of preaching preachingany prl
any ay such sermon leron offered oller to t give from fromISOOOO fro fromu0000
ISOOOO 10to to 1100000 S100 00 to found fod a Methodist 3fathodlstcollege Methodistcollege Mto
college ooleg at a Port Por Arthur Arur Mr M Dates Oat has hastelegraphed ha hastelegraphed
telegraphed teleaphed to the t brokerage brokrl firm ftr of ofHarris orB ofHarTia
Harris B Winthrop 4 Co C of M Pine Pne street streetthis ett ettths streetthis
this city asking them to the
ths cty asl t deny report reportMr repor reportMr
Mr Gates telegram tAtlog read rd In part partStatement prt prtSttAtment partStatement
Statement SttAtment appearing apprg In metropolitan metropolitanpress metropolit
press pr and ad elsewhere regarding recn m me re recently reontly reoently ¬
cently absolute ablutAt falsehoods faboa Gulf Our Moth Methodist Me Mothodis ¬
odist ois conference oorno Invited IBit Mayer M of Port PortArthur Po PortArthur
Arthur Arur to t make mkaddr address of weloome and andalso andalso d dalao
also asked alk me to t make mke address add on o bust business bul bulDN bustness ¬
ness DN situation ituton I talked tk probably prbl1 five fiveminutes 1v fivemInutes
minutes mlut Never mentioned ma speculation speculationor eu1ton eu1tonor
or gambling pmblng and ended eded by b offering oeg to todonate t tOdonate
donate dote any sum lum from fro fifty fft7 to one Oe hundred hoadredthousand hll hundredthousand
thousand toud the M E ECu Church to donate donatelike dot donatelike
like lke sum to build buid Methodist UtoclIgt college ia iaPort laPort inPort
Port Arthur my offer orer to stand nd good until untilJanuary utl utlJanuI untilJanusry
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In Andrew AnR Andr Carnegie C loll honor Oor given lvnol on onKHOI onFriday
Friday Frid by b Director Dirt John Joh Barrett BarrettBureau tt ttBuu Ot4M Ot4MBureau
L Bureau Buu of American Amrcn RepublicsMr RpU Uepubhci C Mr Mrneeo Car Carnegie ir irnegi ¬
S negie neeo offsred oer 430000000 otaoo OO to bring rg about aboutpermanent aboutpermanent but butpret
in the disturbed d re republics republics ¬
permanent pret peace p Inj 10 te d r rpublo
publics publo of Central Cntrl America Americ A At least letM letMJle Mr MrCarnegie MiCarnegie
h Carnegie Jle said ald that tht he wouldgive wolcicIe that thattremendous thattmeodo thattremendoua
tremendous tmeodo amount of money if l peace peaoscould pao paoooutb peacecould
l could ooutb be obtained obtlnthroib through If Itupndl Itupndlt le expendi expenditurev4ncIdentally expenditure4zicidsntaIly
turev4ncIdentally t QldntUy Secretary Scty of 0 Stat StatKnox Btte BtteI SttKnox
I Knox Kowho who was at the luncheon lunhen showed showedsome showedsome
te tow towsom >
some som resentment nfent at things said Id by b Mr MrCarnegie Hrdmee MrcirnegIe
Carnegie dmee indicating 1 ik Indictng his wlllingnes lnge to tospend t tI tospend
I spend pnd 20000000 100 for tb u benefit bnent of Central CentralAmerica Cntrl CntrlA CentralAmerica
A America rio and there was w wel an a animated anlmted ex exchange IK IKchanp x xobange ¬
change of 0 views between btwen the two men menfrom menrr menfrom
from rr Pittaburg PittaburgThe PJtburg PJtburg11e
The 11e luncheon was wa Intended as a a trib tribute tribut tribute ¬
ute ut to Mr Carnegies7 Carneg1ea ameees munificence munifcnc in infurnishing iDf iiifuriahing
furnishing f rlana th t the money m ey for constructing constructingthe C DtCUDS DtCUDSthe
the handsome han m new building buldng which wbch the thaBureau tbeur thehiure
Bureau hiure ur u uofAmerlcan of a American Americ Republics Rplice ia I to occupy occupysoon oup
soon lon The guest et included Senator Beatr Rt RtHenry Hoot HootHenry RootHenry
Henry White Whie former foner American Aercn Ambas Ambassador Amb Amnbassador ¬
sador dor to France FDc Henry GaoMway Qllwayi Davis DavisThomas DaiThom DavisThOrns
Thomas Thom F Walsh Wah Gen Edward EwaC C OBrien OBrienilinUtar OBrin OBrinlil OBrienMinister
Minister lil ltoPamgUY to Paraguay and udUrgUY Uruguay finn Senator Se SeA finnar ¬
ator A r Bacon Roa of Georgia Representative Representativeroster RpreBtate i
roster JOter of Vermont Ynnot Georga Senor S6orC Crl I special specialenvoy specialenvo7 poa11
envoy eDv of President Pldtt Diaz of Mgxloo MzIoo and andAmbassadors andAmbadora andAmbassador
Ambassadors Ambadora and Ministers Minlr orUSdoo of the Latin LatinAmerican Ltn LtnAmercn LatinAmerdcan
American Amercn republics republicsMr republc
Mr Knox and Mr Carnegie Crtge went seated seatedopposite sat seatedopposite
opposite oppltAt each eh other oter In the course Curae of ofconversation orconverUon ofconveratjon
conversation converUon Mr Carnegie CareCle referred referre to tothe tothe tothe
the Nicaraguan Nlcrun situation Iltuton and adar after r ex expressing nprlng cxpressing ¬
pressing the hope hop that the condition conditionwhich oonditlon oonditlonwhich conditionswhich
which have disturbed dlturbed Central Catral America Americafor Aer
for or t so o long would cease c entirely etty indi indicated indlcehi mdicated ¬
cated cehi hi willingness wline to o part par with withsoaooaoo ith ithSo0
20000000 So0 to t remedy shoe tbo conditions conditionsOn oondlto
One On story ItOr Of Ofwbat what occurred ol ha h it that thatbe tt tthe thathe
he expressed exprs admiration for the policy policyof poloy
of establishing Itablla cordial crdil relation rlaons betwetn betwetnall btWOLD btWOLDal
all al the republic rpuUc of r th te the Western Wetr Hemi Hemisphere Hemlpher Hemisphere ¬
sphere pher which was Initiated Jtt by Senator SenatorRoot Stor StorR SenatorRoot
R Root when whe h he was Secretary 8 of State StateWhile St StatWhile
While Wil it ha b has been b denied de by b Mr Ir Kaoxs KaoxsWends Kox Koxlriend Knoxsfriends
Wends lriend that tt h bo has b abandoned bd e Mr MrRoofs MrRt SirRoot
Roofs policy la this respect the
Rt s pUo 1 tl rt te course courseof COUJ
of or1Kox Mr Knox toward tward Latin Looe Looebe America since sinceassnmsd ethoshe
be assumed ume charge cl of th tl conduct oduo of ofthis ortl ofthis
tl this Governments OOTft foreign rorp forel relation rtoa bad badboon badb badbeau
boon b construed cnpI generally by the Latin LatinAmerican lt latinArnericen
American Americ diplomatic diplomto body bY In 1 Wash Washngton Wu Washtngton
ngton mgn as lltcUC indicating that tt Mr KKoxh Knox ha hadiscarded hadiscarded
discarded d Mr K Roof R valvet 9 t glove 10e in inorder I Inorder
stick stickFrhap sUolPerhaps order oe to toat gt a better btter grasp 8 on O the big bigstick b bigsUol
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Perhaps Por that t was what Mr Knox Knoxthought Knoxthought O Ott
thought tt Mr Carnegie Cmege meant It when wh h hreferred he herfen bereferred
referred rfen to th te the CentralAmerican CtlAe Cefltral American situ situation et pitusties ¬
sties at At any u rat rt Mr Knox cacao back backat bk bkat backat
at Mr Garaogie Cro across a th U the table tl1 He Helatfaaatsd B BaIntimated
latfaaatsd ltlve very plainly plllt that th the matter matterat mr mrat
at tak Mk between bt th the United Ua State St and aadNicaragua udNlcrp andNicaragua
Nicaragua was oao Oe cn of principle and could couldnot eOuldnot
Nlcrp ptle Cld CldatbeaJuted
not atbeaJuted be adjusted by the expenditure esnditu of a aarge AIrs alarge
Irs large arge aura e of money Dey Account Aout of what whatooqgrred wht whta whatooqwrsd
ooqgrred are a meagre 8 but bt enough cop is known knownto b
to make me It clear eter that Mr MrXx Knox did di not Dt
like 1r Mr Carnegies crega attitude atUttdd end showed H It ItTbj it ItThe
The n Latin IAlridlpt American diplomat here herehave hen hereha
have haf ha been b discussing d1ine the t luncheon lae toni Incident il ildt tonident ¬
dent dt with Wa animation A Acmg OBg themselves themselvesasy tv thaelveithey
thy they asy have b criticised olo Mr Knoxs KD general generalcourse gsnera1coure nrl nrlcu
course cu toward ta the eoutiem eoutn republics republicsand rublO republ ice iceand
and aD while whl syapatklstag pt with wt his k desire deslraA < lre lret
t t A eliminate elal te oxPresident ePldt Zelaya Zya of ofTlaaragtia 01N ofNcarsgua
Tlaaragtia N from f Central Ct American Amec poll pollles pU pUt polltI
t tI les u are rru1 fearful that tbt It Is I Mr Ir Knoxs Koxe In Inentlon Intnton intention
entlon tnton to apply aply big stick tkmeo methods to all allhe aUtbe allthe
he republics rpblO south st of Mexico ledc One Ote of ofhem Qftbemwlth oftbmwlth
tbemwlth hem with a sense of humor said saidI
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I am aI am afraid afri Mr Knox thinks thlok he h Is Istill I IeUIAUaoral iiBull
eUIAUaoral Bull till Atton AttorMyOneral yO Dral and ad that tht Latin LatinAmerica LtD LtDAmerio LatinAmerica
America Amerio is 1 the te Standard Strd Oil 01 Company CompanyVO CopY CopYNO
NO PARDON PAIDN FOR WARREN WARREXBoard WARREBar WARREN15oard
Board Bar Decides Deed That Tat Life Prisoner PHr Most MostStar Mlt Mlttitl lnstPenitentiary
Star titl la Penitentiary PeeHeetleryHABTTOBD Pldar PenitentiaryUiionb
HABTTOBD Uia BD Dec D 30 304ohn John ob Warren Warrenwho Wa Warrenwho
who has h been be in prisonllonger pnlter than th any anyother ay ayotber anyother
other man m la f this Ufa country oout will 111 spend spendChristmas ependCnI spendQiHatmu
Christmas CnI la bl 1 his cell cll in the t State BtAt prison prisonat prisnat
at Wetfaarsfield Wed as he h has b ha done dne for the thelast theItMtt thelast
last ItMtt fifty 6t years He U will l spend pd New NewYears NewYer flewYears
Years Yer Day Jy there thel too tooThe t tooThe
nB The Board of o o Pardons Plhrue has refused refusedhis
his h petition tltn for or release ree and nd as long IO as ashe a athe
the board Is coastituUd as a it la It will willcontinue wi willcontinue
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continue oUutW to tob be understood ude la 1 Connecti Connecticut Ceot ¬
cut ct that t a Kfe He sentence Itc means Dle a sentence sentenceor elce elceror sentenceforlife
ror forlife forlifeFour or life lifeFour 11 11Fou
Four Fou pardonS were announced aued by bythe b bte bythe
the te board b p today tooy tooyMONEl todsyMONEt N NNONKY
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W WnwooLc oT bee D 20 0Snator Senator t Money Moneyof ley leyof
of Mississippi Jpp the Ue new at minority mot leader leaderatrodiHftd leer leerIt leaderlntuesd
atrodiHftd It u ia iatWtty th the fluent today a reso resoutioa r resolutlon
utioa luUG creating te the U additional adlto position positionof pto
of o raesseager m to the t conference nec committee committeeof cmmitt
of o the t minority Jet at a salary a of o 1440 SiC This Thiseematitt T Thisearntse
eematitt o c M of o which W Senator etI Mosey is ischairman faolJ LaebaIrn
chairman olJ sad Me wWeh meet mtol only two or ortXree o orMmens
tXree t Mmes Mmens to M t session O now fOW ha b hiss a clerk clerkan ek eka
an aastehuit a Lstan eterk erk aad an a mawoager mawoagerThese maseegerThe
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These Te The positions pWo1 f are held hed rpvl respectively
by to th the see dautrlalaw tJ and d the thsdaughter tbedut thedapiter
daughter dut of o tb aesler aeat Mlt > Senator from fromrliaslsslppl fl fromnisippi
Mapp rliaslsslppl Seaator Btr Moneys Hoe desire del for foranother roraothe foranother
another aothe messenger mfcer to t serve le the th minority minoritycommittee mInorityoomndttIpot minorityconultte
committee oomndttIpot leads Democrats around ud the theSeaate tho8ate theSenate
Senate 8ate to the belief be that tbt this tl Is I going to tobe
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be 1 1 aa unusually uuuly busy hvo session with wib the theew thllDew thenew I
Dew ew minority mnort leader lee I ItL It 1 also alsosuspeoted alsosuspeotedthat suspected suspectedhat
that a fourth tCun member mH of o aOup the th Money Moneyamlly
family faml will wl soon ln be b on the payroll pyl of ofSenate orBnte ofSenate
Senate Bnte employees employeesTart empl9ysePreddent
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i Poadft Preddent Tart Tf Take H Another Aaethe Walk WalkWAIUMNOTOH WalkWAltGON WalkWAsKuaTO1
WAIUMNOTOH WAltGON Dec D W kOPraeldnt President Prdent Taft Tafttook Tat Tattk Tafttook
took tk another anothe walk lk after af r dark tk this evening eveningHe evl eventn eventnHe
He was WI accompanied a by John Jo Hays HaysHammond flayHammond
Hammond Hmoad and Capt A W Butt 8ut The ThePresident ThoPdet ThePresident Y
President wore a derby hat but had ha
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the sweater wtr m I which wbe > he performed prormed his hiswalking hi hi hiwalking
walking wlkg feat fet yesterday 7et The trio to strolled strolleddown atrol
down dow through Uroull the te ellipse eUpe back bck of the theWhite theWt theWhit
White Wt House HO wpvFtfU up Ft FILteeath sth street et and andover andO andover
over O to t tb t the White We Mouse lou AQua ain The ThePresident Te TePdt ThePresident
President Nt t a brisk pace and was pot potneopbedbylNl17 potreoznizedbl
neopbedbylNl17 reoznizedbl Pdt by many people peopllItirie piopiBh peopleBU
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Proposes to Rxteacl tet1d Ills Fight Against AgalaiTebrreiUofli AalnltT8b AgainstTuberenloel
TebrreiUofli TebrreiUofliPHII T8b TuberenloelPnxiarzLraz real realPSILAIZLPHU
PHII PSILAIZLPHU PKLPHIA Deo 20 2OBenry Henry Phlpps Phlppsfounder Phippsfovnder Phippefounder
founder of the Phipps Tuberculosis In Instituta Inetltute Institute
stituta In this city has made a gift o 01 ofsaooao
1600000 00000 to the University of Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaFormal PenoaylanlaFormal PennsylvaniaI
Formal announcement was made from fromthe rromthe fromthe I
the office omeeof of r Provost 0 C Harrison to today today today
day that the university baa been selected selectmby IsetectedbylIr I IbySir
by bylIr Mr Phipps to carry on the work whlc Whlobth whlcthe I Ith
the th Phipps Tuberculosis Institute has hasheretofore ha haberetofore haheretofore
heretofore done only on a broader scale scaleTo aeateTo scaleTo
To make this work w rk as effective olr ctlve as ph pos posslble peaaibie poesib
slble aibie sib Mr Ph Phipps p will build a new hoe bospital hoepltal boapltal
pltal which hlo with its equipment it will coal 001I1 001I1fooo coallOO0
00000 The The1and land was got some month monthago moathago I Iago
ago after long litigation litigationPREACHER litigationPREACHER litigationPREACHER
PREACHER BURN UQV9R8 UQV9R8Hevtvalltt UQrJ1tae1nllK LIQC ftS ftSKe1vallit
Hevtvalltt Stirs Merchants t tGIe to Ol Give > e Their TbHHtsdta TheirSteketo TheirNtica
Htsdta Steketo 10 0 tBe Vlames VlamesCABSON IIIeaCAMON IiaaesCAUOM
CABSON Nov Dee 30 3ODr Dr F FE FEYoakum E EYoakum EYcakum
Yoakum founder of the Piagah move movement movement movemeet ¬
ment in Ixs Angslss who professed professecto professedI
to heal cripple aadflall diseases in the thename theDame thename I
name of Christ is here hereHe h hHe herlie
He 1aa > as started the greatest revival revivalin
in the history of ofToday Nevada NevadaToday 1 evad evadToday
Today he burned hundred bUJ1dredeof of gallons gallonsof
of liquors and many pounds poundaot of tobaccogiven tobacco tobaooogiven oalven
given to him by mercantile establish establishmeets CllStabtlahJDenta establishmeet
meets that have sewn the error of their theirO theirway theirway
way wayI
I P O DEP4ME DEPARTMENT T ROBBEDHomebody lfOBBED8omrbOd ROBBED 1IOBREDNomebody
Homebody Has H Gt Away With a Valuable ValasbleHand ValJableIIIDd Valuablehand
Hand Painted Iated Screen ScreenWASKDCOTON lIettleaWAllHIKOTOK ereee ereeeWisnneovow
WASKDCOTON Dec JO 0DepLt Despite th thcountless the theoountletNI thecunUee
countless number of outer faaaer upper upperand upperarid
and a d lower guards surrounding the per personal pereoua1 personal ¬
sonal and official presence preeeneeof of Postmaster PostmasterQeneral PoatmuteraeneralUltohcook PostmasterGeneral
General aeneralUltohcook Hitchcock some enterprising enterprlalniIndividual enterprlalaladhidua1 enterprisingIndividual <
Individual with a taste for art baa ex extracted e etracted axtrscted ¬
tracted a valuable screen from the roomadjoining room roomadjoining
adjoining the tb PostmasterOenerala roomI This Thisscreen IhIacreen Thisscreen I
screen the upper part of which was wasband WaIIband wasband
band painted was worth a good deal of ofmoney ofmoaey ofmoney
money moneyOrdinarily moneyOrdinarily
moaeyOrdinarily Ordinarily the bright briahteyed eyed young men menwho meawho menwho
who surround Mr MrItehooek Kftebeoak would detect detectanybody deteCtanybody detectanybody
anybody who attempted to walk off with witha
a rolltop deck or son other pleee of fur furniture rurnlture furniture ¬
niture but buton on this thlsooblLelon occasion they All U appear appearto appearhave
to have been asleep Today the screen screeawas IICreeawu screenwas
was missed 1 II to about six th fet f high one onesix ud udIIx andsix
six feet long the lower Iowerportloo portion being or orJepan ofJapanese o oJapanese
Japanese Jepan work aad three tht upper panels panelsSlaving PanelhaTlns panelshaving
Slaving three scenes 1081I painted by an Amer American AIDerlcan Amerloan ¬
loan artist artistREARED artIatHE artletlIE
HE REAREDTO REARED TWO BABY SEALS SEALSTherefore SEALSriLernisre IBAIIlkererre
Therefore BcatswasB Ueatawsrbarher Tanrber I I Is I t tsGM Get a aMe aeee aee
eee Me MM 1501 Trt Irttt t Ie WsMegt WulgteeWAaEmoToif t tWUIJIINOTGtI a aABHiNaren
WUIJIINOTGtI ABHiNaren Dec so 20Judson Judson Thur Thurt Tl Thurbar ur urber
bar t > er fa a boatswain 00 oa the revenue cutter cutterBoar c cutterBear tter tterBear
Bear which hloba to now at San Diego Cat Catis CatII CaIIs
is to get getal a 6060 S 80mite nil trip at the th expense expenseof IIX et1aeofUi
of ofUi the United U tedcBtateS States Btat Government Oo emment and andpossibly andpoMibly andpossibly
possibly unaccustomed honors bOliorsall all on onaccount onAOOOunt onaccount
account of two eeal pups Thurber Thurbercaught ThurberoaqhtUle Thurbernaught
caught oaqhtUle the litti seals off dthe c the Prlbllof PrlbllofIslands PrlbllorI PribUofIsianda
Islands I early In October O tober Since the the8th thetth theSte
8th of that month IRO th be has h ba kept the thew thewmale ani animals anima ¬
male ma alive by artificial means contrary contraryto
to all the thelC8Dde legend of sealers and the tIa previ previous ¬
ous ou experiments of scientific aclentlllopenlObl aclentlllopenlOblIn persons personsIn
In order to find how it is I done Thurber Thurberbeen Thurberhaa Thurberbaa
baa been ordered to come to Washington Washingtonto n nto
to show the Bureau of Fisheries his hi artifi artificial sUflcml otI otIciat ¬
cial method of rearing rearlBIIYOWlC young seals Ian Ianwu It Itwas Itwas
was said today that if Thurbers method roethocfound methodi4
i4 found practicable l it will m mean mean1 enmuch enmucho much muchto
to o the sealing Industry Indu try
A THEORY OF SKY SKYMiss SKIHie BK BKMiss
Miss Kotlowsby 4 UlBS Leave t Ic mange mangeHer ChaRseH ChangeHer
Her H Name t to Keller KntlerMiss KellerMiss
Miss 11 Eva Kotlowsky Eotlo ky 22 2 years eara old ol of of60S orG08 of6ao
60S West 122d ladetreet street got permission from fromSupreme rromSupreme fromSupreme
Supreme Court Justice Seabury S bury yester yesterlay yeaterday yesterday
day to change her name to o Kutler In Inler Inher Inbet
her ler petition she described herself herselfa I Ia asa
a younacfrl young girl of good family moving movingn
In n the society of young people p both bothlebrew bothaebrew bothHebrew
Hebrew and gentile and said that thatKotlowsky thatKotlowky thatKotlowaky
Kotlowsky ia i an obstacle o and handicap handicapo
to o the enjoyment of her beraoelal social chances chancesa
ia a that the termination sky is i generally generallyunderstood generallyunderstood nerallyunderstood
understood to mean a cheap and sordid sordidype lordldtplt sordidtype
type ype of Hebrew of little culture and en enire entire entire
tire ignorance of American Americanouetomll AmericanouetomllThe customs customsThe oustomsThe
The young woman Mid that certain certainclasses certainclaaaee certainclasses
classes of people peopleahe she desired to meet meetwere meetwe meetwere
were we prejudiced against her because becauseof be aust austor auseof
of her name and hotels clubs and sock soclelea loclfties socktics
lea discouraged her applications for foraccommodation foracoo foraccommodation
accommodation acoo and membership She Shesaid Sheaald Shesaid
said that her letters often go astray he heCAuse hecause > > e ecause
cause of the peculiar peouUaupelling spelling of her name nameJVDOE nameJUDGE nameJUDGE
JUDGE LVRTOX COFIRME1 COFIRME1Only COIIlVIJi >
Only 081 Aooat AbGSta n flaW Dozen D zm8raatora Senator lie lietides Deltd Dreldes
tides ltd La Follrtte Voted VotedWAaurNoToit No NoWASHINGTON NoWAIIHDfOTOK
WASHINGTON Dec eo20The 20 2oThe The nomination nominationof
of Judge JudgeLurton Lurton LUrtonto to be Associate AMocI te Justice Justiceof
of r the Supreme Court of theTfnlted State Statewas Rtateawaa Stateswas
was confirmed by the Senate in executive executivesession eKooutiveoooday exeoutlyeseeston
session oooday today When the nomination nominationwas nomlaatJonreached
was reached in regular order Senator La LaFollett rAFoltette LaFollette
Follett demanded a vote on on the question questionof
of confirmation conftnn fbo tlODThe tion The vote was viva voce vooelenator voceSenator roesSenator
Senator La Follette and aDdperhapa perhaps half hairdozen a aocen Idozen
dozen ocen other Senators SenAtorsvotAtd voted No Thar Tharwas Therawaa Thsrewas
was no demand dem for a rollcall and no norecorded norecorded norecorded
recorded vote votThe Yotelb voteThe
The Senate also confirmed a large batch batchof
of nominatioN In addition to the nomina nomination nomination nominaUon ¬
tion of Judge Lurton The most mOll Impor 1mJOrtant Important impormat ¬
tant confirmations raiatiouwere were as follows Lee LeeJcClung
JcClung of Tennessee Tenn to o be Treasurer Treasurerof
of th the United States 8ta fitatesUMlel jD Daniel lel Allen AI Wilson Wilsonof WlIsoof
of Michigan to be Marshal for forthe the United United8tate UnttaclStatel
States Court for China J O Lytord to be beNaval b bNaval
Naval Officer of the Port of Barton 8 aton aad aadllchard nc ncRichard d dJUchard
Richard L Ashhurst to be postmaster at atPhiladelphia atPblldelpbiA atPhiladelphia
Philadelphia PhiladelphiaTROOPS PblldelpbiATIfOOP PhiladelphiaVROOFS
TROOPS TOOVARft 10 GU GU4Rn Rn PRISONER PRISONERGa PRU NER NERGe
Ga > Dencen l1 Take TakNPrtCIlllloDl Preempt Ions Ionsa Apt gatng gatnga a aa
a LyneMai LI1e111n la nimbi nunoliSraixanxui n nimbiSrflIGHEW aot aotSlatJlortJWJ
Sraixanxui III Dec 20 2000 Gov De Deneen Dcneon Deeen
neon een today ordered eight companies of ofM orthe ofthe
the M Fourth Infantry to be ready to go to toEast t tIt toEast
East St Louis or Belleville to protect protectne rotoot a aegro I Inegro
negro ne prisoner under arrest on suspicion suspicionf eu ploton plotonof
of f murdering the conductor of a street streetcar streetcar treetcar
car at East EaatBt EH Louis Saturday night nightSheriff nilhtSheritr nightSheriff
Sheriff Caawell of St Clair county told toldGov totdOov toldOov
Oov Deneen by telephone that while whileverytbinff whileeverything IIJJo IIJJoeenthlng
everything was quiet there la I deep feeing reelin reel feelingIn ¬
in ingIn ng in Belleville Bellevtlleand and East St Louis and andhat aadthat andbat
hat It would be better to have troops troopsready troopsready troopsready
ready lIe said belbad he had twelve riot guns gunsnd guuand gunsand
and nd would use them if necessary necessaryThaws neoeryTha
Thaws Tha Th Application Denied DeniedWABRIMOTOV DenlfdWAlHINOlON DeniedWaan1NarO
WABRIMOTOV Dec SO 20JUlttOll Justice Mottenna MoKenna Mo Mocnna
ttenna cnna denied the application of Harry Harryhaw H HarryThaw UT7ThaW
ThaW for a writ of error to tomlae revise th thAoislon the thedllQiaion thedecision
decision of the Now York courts against againstIs a slnstdischarge
111 Is discharge from rromlatteawuuyJ tromMsttesw Matteawaa asylum asylumAXB asylumAND m mAXB
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while hlle you t save re s day Lesvn Y1 l New York Cen Cenral Cenrl CeoIral
ral Uses Un at t S 345 44 r U at foUJl Louis LouIIaad and Arrive Arrivext amvI arriveeat
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The bar of Greater New Yorks r lk J Joountlesc four fourcounties fearcounties
counties oountlesc gave ve a dinner at atthe the Waldorf Waldorflast W Wlaatniehtin WidOrlastnight
last laatniehtin night in honor of the man who J JJud8 M MJudge asJudge
Judge Haight of the Court of ofA ofAput Appeals Appealsput AppM1put
put it will be the Gear CEaIof of his municipal municipality mu mun1al mun1ality J f fIty
ity for the next four years 1eareV ysareWllIiam WilB J JI J JGaynor JOaynor
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The lawyers and the theGaynor Jud Judgsta1d7 Judgsta1d7Oaynor
Gaynor that they appreciated U Ua work iwikhe workhe il ilhe
he did on the bench and that they theytiered Hfct HfctIleved i1Ileved1ie
tiered Ileved1ie healways at > acted from a high ai aiofpublio SSJMNl SSJMNlof i iorpubtloduty
of orpubtloduty ofpublio publio duty Mr MrOaynortold Gaynor Oal1ortok1tMIMr Oal1ortok1tMIMryera told tb kMNf kMNfyen 3 3yers
yen and the Judge that ha needed neededheJ needsdlhi needsdlhihelp Hut Huthelp
help while he held down the Job of r1iJ JsWfV ikgW ikgWbecause
because he was going to try tz to i iwaste iItop iItopwaste niopwaste
waste of the citys city money moae11n moae11ntlon Ia nnnilsaiiiij ooeden4ijtion nnnilsaiiiijtlon
tlon prooeedings prooeedlngaanc11f nd UXho tftheJudgei4 tftheJudgei4only o UtODty JudgeswfM JudgeswfMonly
only appoint appolntoonadeatJaw conscientious men 1mIIir astfl astflmisslooers amria amriamissioner Ir Irc IrmiulODers
missioner he thought he could ooulddo ooulddoBe do doHe lt rv rvHe c
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He hinted pretty strongly stronglycourt etiO gJjo gJjocourte 1Mb 1Mbcourts
court might get busy with WithenCoroomelltof a aenforcement aenforoemert
enforcement of the libel Iibel1aw Iibel1awaa law lawa lawsas
a aa applied to stolen at lea letter letWhea letWheaOattor Wbmr WbmrGayOor WhssGaytiortouchedontbattopo
GayOor Gaytiortouchedontbattopo touched < on that toplo saytoirl saytoirlthe 1 eayIn eayInthe
the libel Iibellw law had fallen to a knr knrthill lowthis i ithis
this community there was waalaughter WIUIIuehter a alaughter
laughter from all over the banquet banquetan i ian
an Interruption which seemed eemedMr teT teTMr to toMr
Mr Oaynor slightly aUchttybeoau because e epeakinlr ha haspeaking bespeaking
speaking with wIththeutmestaecleuse tha utmost utmaetaa11 anrimitn anrimitnlittle i iA
A little later though onaho when wh he tit I Isneak W Wneak
sneak thieves of tho thoonaho journalism th time tbwehearty timehearty at atsaeak 1 1hearty
hearty applause and a ory of ofOoodl fOoodl f fGoodl0
Ooodl from fromeveryqUarterOilhr0Ii5 fromeveryqUarterOilhr0Ii5Practically every everyq quarter ofb4 otI1tl > i iPraotieally J
Practically Praotloal1ye18r1 every Judge JudgGreater wi within 4 4Greater 1 1Oreater
Greater > iew ew York district waa waaof waarur waarurot
ot the lawyer JawyWho who got up the theand di diand f fand
and in JnadditlODudcea addition Judges name UIIeuP8tate dew doves dovesupState j jupState
upState districts dfetri Several member memberthe enembthe i
the Court of Appeals were present s slawyers Hb Hblawyers ii
lawyers Is were werealmoet almost post counting countingwere > as aswere > j jwe
were we 800 at t least I and tho 600 l tnoli taeaedsm taeaedsmthe > 4 l lthe S <
the majority of the men who ho are arenleed 1InDIMd res resnined > >
nleed to be at the head of Jh heLr 4r profsaalw prof profin profeuskeinthlecityandflfate j jin
in inthlecityandflfate inthlecityandflfateThere this city and State tr trThere Tvv
There were so many of themthatgrand themthat Mi Migrand tkh tkhgrand
grand ballroom of the th Waldorf Waldorfunable wa waunable w wunable
unable to aooommodate all so 0 the theOatlery A A4r A4rGallery 4 r rGallery
Gallery was Wuueod used to take care of ofabMd ofabMd110O abewt abestThese
800 These l1 e dined away 9ftby off by tIl tIleelTeII thselves hV hVselves < >
selves a long 10ncw1 way down the ball ha frtMT fre frenotables Us Usnotables i inotebtea
notables but after dinner they theymN theymNintQ Tui marched marchedinto osjd osjdinto
into the thegalteriea galleries and sat t at ease easeAlton XVv t s sAlton
Alton B Parker presided preeldedwijh with Mr MrGaynor SirGaynor rt rtOaynor
Gaynor at his right rirhtand and Judge JudgeHaight AM AMHaight AWI AWISLeight
Haight of the Court rt of Appeal at atleft tJ h hleft
left i J i d dWith
With Judge Parker and Mr Gtaywor Gtayworat i iat
at the guest uest table wore WOre8upreme WOre8upremeJustice Supreme SupremeJuetioePasoalCJDoAngellaof Cm CmJustice
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Justice JuetioePasoalCJDoAngellaof JuetioePasoalCJDoAngellaofcounty Pascal C J JDo Do Angeu of otoounty Onshi Onshicounty
county former ro r Judge William N Nman Nmsu DflH DflHman
man Justice JuatteeGIW Oildrateev Ofld releev DCadjr Dadyrick t triolr rr rrrick
rick Justice Almet F rJenka Jenks JuUo JuUoJoseph J JusilosJoseph i iJoeeph
Joseph F Daly AttoraeyOeneral Att rneyG neral E4wr4 E4wr4R E4 Edwar4ROMalley ir
R OMalley Edward M Shepard Jtor Morfa MoratJ t tJ
J OBrien Justice Luke D 6tapletU 6tapletUJustice Sta 8tapIStesJustice I IJuetlce
Justice Charles Char B Traux Judge FredsrIck F FIck Fredsr Fr4sbk
Ick EWadham EWadhatnllJudeWUUam B Judge William EWerBr EWerBrof EWw EWwor
of the Court of Appeals and andl andlYaddoK JustkMf JustkMfMaddox JWIUeeMaddox
Maddox YaddoKAmonr MaddoxAmong 5 5Among
Among other present pre ent irrB ere AleHair A1enaadr A1enaadrB 1
3 Bacon Magistrate Barlow BarlowGordon Oeore OeoreGordon OII4tP OII4tPGordon
Gordon Battle Supreme Court Courtelect J Je1ect JueaIsa JueaIsaelect
elect Nathan Bilur Justice Bkokosf
Charles F Bostwiok DoetwiokMagatrate Magistrate MagistrateJacob re reJacob 7
Jacob A Cantor Col Robert C Clowry OowiyMagistrate j
Magistrate llaclatrateCorneU Cornell Robert Lynn JqnnJustice Cam ColJustice I IJustice
Justice Grain William Nelson Croww CrowwMorris Cromwell CromwellMorris i
Morris A Cukor Ira C Darrin JueUe JueUeVernon J JVernon JustlosVernon
Vernon M Davis Justice Dayton DytoniIQike JMst4 JMst4Dike JustLas > k ktLke
Dike John F Dillon DlllonA A J DJtteH DJtteHmectlona Dlttonkefec DlttonkefecIlections Ditt mhoeBv mhoeBvElections
Elections Commissioner John T TMichael Doite4Jb4 i iMichael j
Michael J Drummond William B BE1 BE1W ElksoK ElksoKW F1N N Nw <
W Caryl Ely Edward B Finch FinohoP Ahbl Ab l lP J JP
P Fitch Justice John FOrd F rd rdOarTotaoD JMtiwi JMtiwiGarretson JssUs JssUsGarretson
Garretson Justice Gerard rdJusl1oo Justice Gleff Glefferich O Oeriob 1kgerich
erich Congressman Congre sman Goldfogle Thorn ThornF Thom I
F Orady William F Hogarty J JIH BJOS BJOSAlbert eAlbert A
Albert llalgbt of the tbeCourt thQ Court of Appeal AppealEdward ApilealsEdward i
Edward W Hatch D Daniel nlel F Maaalav MaaalavVilliam ManningVIlliain
William B Horhblower Justice Hougbtott Hougb HougbL s i iL I ILi
L Laflin Kellogg Magistrate lfagi tmte Kernooha Ke Xernoohaai XernoohaaiJustice h i iJustice
Justice 111100 Justice JllsticeMc J JEdward J
Liughlln McLnughU McbiugkllsEdward Ut i iEdward
Edward Luuterbach Dr Henry M Xtnlpziger i J Jolplgor
olplgor Cliarlei CIiarIezeK K Lexow Wllllaii WilIIamMcAdo iioi iioiUCAdQQ O J
MeAdoo David McClure Julius JUtlUIltL JUtlUIltLJohn M Mayf MayfJohn MajesJnhn
John G 1 Milburn Frank Moss MOSIJFra Frank iki ikiMun A AMtiney f
lurwey Mun ey De Lancey Nicoll Justice OOorfj O OmaD OGirman 4 4man
man tho Rev Dr Charles H ParkbuNttJ ParkbuNttJJUlltice ParkhurtJ ParkhurtJustice 1 1ustlce
Justice Plateuk I lawson < awson Purdy PurdyEu PurdyEuIAmb Eug Eugene EugeneLamb > J Jimb
IAmb imb Richards Justice Scott Juatte JuatteSeabury JuetteeSeabury t Z ZSeabury
Seabury Secretary Thomas F Smits SaiItof mJ > i iof j jof
of Tammany Hall William F SaeehaniJ SaeehaniJohn 8u 8hehsu 8hehsuJohn
John JohnB B Stanchfleld Congressman Congresemalf8u1 Congresemalf8u18mte Sulaeri ulaor ulaorState j
State Senator William J fully Burousln BurouslnUntermyer Bamtij BamtijUntermyer J
Untermyer William D Veeder Gei GeiBenjamin Ge GeBonjamin 1 1DonJamln
Benjamin F FTraoy Tracy John De WUfWaVW W1tt WittWae4ner 1V f1 f1nero 1 1ner
ner Samuel 8 Wbltehouee John JohnP JohnPYa Pvzl PvzlYale P PYale
Yale Ya William R Willoox Mrs Earn Earnewman Ea EesesNewman fIr
Newman ewman Pollak Mary Grace Quaeko Quaekooss Quacheessboss tW tWbOllll <
bOllll > oss and Harrietts M Johnson Wood W WoodI Tlf 1 1After
I After Judge Parker called for a toaai aMto J Jothe
to othe the President of the United States 8ta Stet1ho j jhe j
he 10 introduced Judge JudgeOaynor Gaynor ratXec ratWf rathorbriefly 1 1rlefly
briefly > He spoke first of the growing growingendency l1 growingtendency w d dtendency <
tendency of the people to reelect Juijjss J Jthat Judsiithat 1 1bat
that bat have been conspicuous for ability a ab4Iii ij ijtpd i iand 1 1apd
and independence and In that connection cOnn cOnnb conneetIhe j
b he > regretted re retted deeply deepythat that Justice Juet1cebad Dtnp Dqgrbait j jtad
tad failed of reelection It was 1 aa anhi1 anhi1juitice IcW1 IcW1ustlce
jutI juitice ustlce said Judge Parker ParkerTb ParkerTbquelfrs The Th ba bea beaquetrs C 4 4uetfrs
uetfrs applauded and Judge JIJdgebo Duor Dugrwho i iwho
who bo sat at the thelWelSt guest table acknowledgM a acknowkd know knowthe E Ethe 1 1he
the compliment with a smile and a bow bowWe VL t tPW 3 3We
PW We are here Judge Parker cesttousii eeatMt eeatMtMto cenimanedto < j
Mto to pay our respects to the great gretfIiQ Jasp Jiedsrho 1 1who
who served the people of the Empire E1Jirplrl1 E1Jirplrl1to iatsj 2 2to
to the best of his hlabUity ability for sixteen e1 e1Applause rears yeI yeItApplauI > f
Applause There to no occasion oocaeIonfOl oocaeIonfOleulolD for f feulogy J Julogy
eulogy on my part You lawyerskeenf lawyerskeenfIs LaW7t1ra LaW7t1rahis 1awrrslaohi
his hi Is record recordTurnIng recordTurning 8 8Turning
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Turning to Mr lr Gaynor Judge Judgeadded PaaJ PaaJdded Pa Paadded
added addedMr
addedMr Mr Justice JuatioeGl Gaynorthe G 7DOItheHo ynorth lion Wl W1ss W1ssJ 1 iiJ iiJJOaynor iiS t 1 1Oaynor
JOaynor J Oaynor rather rather1te we testify toour te urf urfpreciatIon ajn aa aapredation < J JpredaUon
predation that whatever whatavelou you did onttk11 onttk11nch oath oathbench j jbeach
beach > nch was done from a consdentio CODoIdesire cousdentLodesire r resire
desire to do your duty dutyOea Geati Oen Oenstand Mix Mixtand tt
tand and drink a toast to Judge GayBcrT aawwtThere OaymrThere J JThere
There were three cheer not too mikL antWaad nst nstand I Ind
and nd when WheaYr Mr Oaynor got KOtuP up a ak good Od sbftsf 4I4 4I4burst j
burst > urst of noise swept toward the tb gue gusstable > h j
table tableI 111 111Iehall J
I shall confine myself said Mr G Oe Oenor fi fior
nor or at th 04 o ontaet t tAfttO At to my notes noteste JW I w whatetotrtistmysehtin S i ihate
hate hatetotrtistmysehtin te to trust myself in this presence Wi wlttn wlttnout viout > fl flout
out some IOohe cheok kBe He continued continuedI i iI
NI I have been a drudge all my life s sm 1am
am m now about toohane ioohanlPfl9rriQI from one rerm rermf iormof 1 i ior
or f drudgery to another I do not no notsay nay tb tbam tbI l
I am taking leave of you or o of ormy m mfe mpi mpilife r
life fe tonght I could not dothat dothatwould do 1Mt It ifwould > tJ 0 0I
would My yery I flesh and 1JU1 c 1b bope 9Ie I Zi ZiSc I b
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