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HARfflANIMCTED HARfflANIMCTEDFISH HARRIMAN INDICTED INDICTEDFISH ll1DJTEDFISH
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FISH WILL TESTIFY TESTIFYUnion TESTIFYUnion TESTIFY1nioii
Union Pacific anil Oregon OregonShort Oregonj OregollShort
j Short Line Caught CaughtMBlff CaugIJtf CaugIJtENEMY CaughtENBff
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ENEMY ENBff lvii WILL L TILL PELLALL PELLALL1VPrCSi18nt L LALL ALL ALLv ALLPresident
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J 1VPrCSi18nt President of Illinois Central CentralBrings CentralBrings CeiitiiJBriiigs
Brings Proof of Combine CombineWill Com bine bineHI
Will HI Appear Before the iI Interstate InterstateCommerce IntcrHtntcOOlltntcrce IntertnteJomnierce
Commerce CommixMioii Today TocIa with withFnqts WithFnqts It It ItFnctH
Fnqts Abont Recent Deal RcNiiltinff RcNiiltinffIn ReNlJltin ReNlJltinIII
In Gigantic GI nnHc Merger nn anel l Biilnr Bn1nrJc Bn1nrJcJnent UnlurgcInent c cinent
inent of System SHtcmDonrel Ron nl Completing CompletingPlans CompJetinJnn ConipletlngiIanN
Plans Jnn for Investigation JnYetI tJon of Trust TrustContamporarHy Ten TenCont TruMtCOnIpOirJbv
ContamporarHy Cont Miporarll7 wIt the indictment eC eCt f ftha ctba
tha t Eaton U t7t If P Pa PidI c4rte ftc and nd the Owgen O Oxon n Short
Lfna Ltzi for violating otf the ue Interstate IIItenJtatemjJI eem eemnran 1fl 1flmjr
nran mjJI law In Salt Lake City yesterday
Steyveaant SUlfvfJllaDt Fish whom B IL H Harriman Harrimanthe Harrtntthe HarzinantWCO1trohIer
the tWCO1trohIer controller of those roads md ousted from fiwmtha fromtheprastilanc7 frOmthe
the theprastilanc7 proslclancy of the Itlinote JItIn Central ar arrived arrived arzived ¬
rived in Washington WashingtonIt WantunIt
It hi s said hij that Mr Pish F will have a aconference aCOfttereae acO4lfereee
conference with the Interstate I Commerce CommerceCommtaslan Com omme ommeCommissles e eCommr
Commtaslan Commr today and wW 111 present con conolusive 001Iclu coac1usve
olusive clu loe evidence Jdenee that a deal existed exJ ted and andthat a atltat
4 that the Harriman Ha rJman system when hen it ac acquired ac acquired soqufred ¬
quired a controilinr eontrofti interest in the latter utterl latterH latterWI
l H WI ne became a combination in restraint re of oftrade ofrade ofzde
trade tradeIt rade radeIt zdeIt
It IK understood llllde Mr Fish te fUlly sup supplied suppiled ¬
plied with iftj ttit facts His visit is l regarded nled as asOf ASQt asf
Of f exc exceptional ptjonaI significance in vie 1fo rof vt vtfact the thefiact thet
fact t thrft I t Frank l nk B Kellogg a ad d A ASeverance ASweraace ASevetuce
Severance special counsel a apf5fcjr apf5fcjrassist wka = 1P 1P1ft
assist in preparing Ja11 a suit agaifi agaifiHxrrtman a aHarrtman
Hxrrtman gysten seeking a dissolution dissolutionof
of the various rlous ilfcrgers sIrgers which hleh make It Iteffective Iteffective ItoCecttye
effective effective are to binfe a conference with withth withthe withthe
th the Interstate Coos Commission ton to today today today ¬
day also They will w l1te he present Dle ent to discuss discussand dl cusa dIscussand
and a l examine whatever evidence Mr Flab Ffehmay Flabmay Fishmay
may have i iHnrrlninii fUnrrlman Iharriman
harriman IVill ViII Jlc Sniiunoned SniiunonedThe SunulloneelT1te Sisnunonetlp
p The commission lon is rapidly completing completingUs
Us praKminery plans for the investigation investigationof InvestIatlonof
of the Harriman system While It ta taknown iiiknown Isknown
known positively po that hearings in the thecase thecue thecase
case will be held at New York Chicago ChicagoSt ChicagoSt
s St Lonfe Lo and OUter cities throughout thro hout the thecountry thecountry thecountry
country the dates have not been fixed fixedA ftxedA llxedA
A start will probably be made at New NewYork NeftYork NewYork
York and zid Mr Harriman summoned as a awitness awk awItne
witness wk wItne at the very outset While Com Comndasloncr ComAf Corniu1oncr
ndasloncr Af Lane Lane who has been quietly quietlymaking quleUyBla1t quietlymaklaga
making Bla1t maklaga a study of the operations of the theHarrhnan uHarritnan theHarriman
Harriman lines for several weeks week will 111 In Inall InaU Innil
all probability direct the present pre in inquiry IRqulry inQuiry ¬
quiry on n account of o the great impor importance Imporlance r rtaMe ¬
taMe of the work every member will willtaka willtake Wilttace
take an active part partIt partIt partIt
It is understood und rslOOd thai thaala t great deal of In Information 10r InI ¬
I formation r l ft has already d7 been coiieeted that thataaW UNitf
f aaW to o ptafc tWDe th th h methods of f Mr Mrp31 HaKi HaKiman HaWL HaWLlis
man aat 1I it lis associates c1ates te8 in a had light lightJuveu IIg1ltSce1JJtlJctmcntK lightiJ1IictrncntM
Juveu Sce1JJtlJctmcntK iJ1IictrncntM Lndlctment Returncil ReturncilSalt ReturnCIlSaJt RetiirncilsaJt
SaJt Lake City Utah Dec 7 7Sev 7Sevh 7Seven 7Seveninffletmeiis Seven Sevenindictments
indictments h te for conspiracy to defrautt defrauttthe delnu delnuthe detrsuthe <
the United States government five ft for ferviolattoafi forvlolaUolll8 forv1oIatIoi
violattoafi v1oIatIoi of the Interstate commerce commercelaw coramercelaw commercelaw
law and < three for perjury were re returned rettirftB retugned ¬
turned l1Jy by the Federal F cIeral = grand d jury in Inpartial a apartial apartial
partial report rep rt to Judge J1I4I John A Mar Marshall lfarsltlI Marshn1I
shall of the United States District DistrictCourt DistrictCovt DistrictCourt
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Court this afternoon afternoonOther atter afternooOther OO tOthor
Other indictments ladlctm nUi were also returned returnedbut returnebut returnedbut
but those mentioned are the only ones onesthat 0 0that onesthat
that relate to the alleged al coal land landfrauds landfrud landfraudi
frauds and to the illegal discrimina discrimination dlxrtmmation discrimlogp ¬
p tion charged against the railroad rallroadeoal rallroadeoalmplty railroadcoalCompany coal coalcompany
company mplty combine combine said to have frosen frosenbut frosenout frosnout
but out the independent dealers in Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake City CityUnder Ottyfier CitylUer
Under fier the the charge of conspiracy to de defrsnfl defra1tfl dofriifl
frsnfl the government the Utah Fuel FuelCompany FuelC FuelCompany
C Company mptlnyand and its agents a ents and employes employeswere employeswere employeswere
were Indicted for coal land frauds In InSalina InSaUna InSauna
SaUna Canyon Carbon County Utah Utahalong UtahalOftg Utahalong
along a branch line of the Rio Grande GrandeWestern GrandeW GrandeWertern
Western W tcrn Railroad by which the fuel fuelcompany fuelcompany fuelcompany
company came Into possession of 1449 1449acres 144 144ern 144acres
acres of valuable coal lands landsNine landsNIne landsNine
Nine persons were found by the grand grandjury rrandjury grandjury
jury to have ha e acted as dummies for the theUtah theUtah theUtah
Utah Fuel Company each of them tiling flHngon ftllngI
I on Oh Id 1 acres of land While only two of ofthe otthe ofthe
the dummies were w re caught in the grand grandJury grandjut grandjury
Jury net net and these on the charge of per perjury perury r rjUI ¬
jury ury the Federal investigators Inv 8tisators went after afterthe afterthe afterthe
the men who engineered the fraudulent fraudulentdeals fraudulentdeals fraudulentI
I deals for the fuel company and indicted indictedprominent IndictedplOIIIlnent Indictedproudnent
prominent officials connected with the thecombine theCCIR thep
p combine combineHirrlmnn CCIR combInelIrrIrlan le leUlrrhnnn
Hirrlmnn Linen Caught in Mesh MeshIn JlellhIx MeitliIn
In addition acltlt 8n to the indictments growing growingout srowlngout growingout
out of the coal land frauds the grand grandjury grandjury grandjuryhas
jury juryhas lias returned lire indictments against againstrailroads ftsalnstraUIVtUk againstrailroads
railroads and coal company officials offiei h for forsubjecting forsubjeetfnK forsubjecting
subjecting the David J Sharp Coal Com Company CompIlny Cornlftny ¬
pany to undue disadvantage e by refusing refusingto
to let It have h ve coal for the Salt Lake Lakemarket Lakemftrket LakemrkeL
market In these Indictments the Union UnionPacific UnionPaclftc UnionPacitic
Pacific and Oregon Short Line Railroad Railroadcompanies RailroadcompanieS Railroadcompenle
companies the Union Pacific Coal Com Company Company CornV Cornpany ¬
V pany and two officials of these allied alliedcompanies IUledqompa alliedcompanies
qompa companies le are caught in the mesh meshThe meshThe V VThe
The name mea of those indicted fellow followFor fellowr fellowFor
For r conspiracy eon lracy to defraud the govern government governmeist ¬
ment m4Uk UWh Fuel uel Company Salt Lake H HG HG Ha
G Williams llami general manager Utah tt Fuel FuelCorapaity FuelComIJ FuelCompaflyRObCrt
Corapaity ComIJ CompaflyRObCrt tRo Rebert rt Forrester geologist t and andmining andmining andmining
mining ej e eXpert > ert for Utah Fuel Company CompanyW
W V D Foster private secretary for f Rob Robert Robert Robon ¬
ert on Fsrraster Alexander H Cowie confi confidential confidential gj gjdantlal ¬
dential man of the Denver and Rio RioGrando RioGrarde RioGrendo
Grando Railroad Company and Utah UtahFuel UtahFuel UtahFuel
Fuel Company and Wasatch Supply SupplyCompany Supplyompeny Supplyompsny
Company ompeny and George Moore roore civil engi engineer ensln8 engineor ¬
neer n8 1 agent for Utah Fuel Company ComDlln alt altof aUor nUof
of Salt Lake and EIroy N Clark attor attorney Attor11e attorle7 ¬
ney 11e f for r Utah Fuel uel Company at Den Denvei DenV81 D DCole
vei V81 Cole GotoFsr Iot
t Fer violating interstate commerce laws lawsUnion lawsVnlon lawsUnion
Union Pacific Railroad Company Oregon OregonShort OregonhOrt
Short hOrt Line Railroad Company Compa Y Union Pa Pacific Pacific Pacific ¬
cific Coal Company E Buckingham gen general genral gemaI ¬
eral aI superintendent Oregon Short Line in inSalt jftSalt inSalt
Salt Lak Lake and James M Moore Ioore general generalagent gefteraagent generalagent
agent Union Pacific Coal Company Salt SaltIJake s1tLake SaltLake
IJake IJakeFor Lake LakePor LakeV
V For perjury l > erjury before grand Jury Thomas ThomasA ThomasA
A A Moore ioore dummy for Utah Fuel Com ComPaJ Cornia ¬
pany PaJ ia and Theodore Tlteo A Schutte dummy dummyfor dummyfor dummyfor
for tfifch Feel Company hath 8th of Salt SaltLaic SaltL SaltP SaltLake
Laic Laicp L LakeP
p W Sttaldms attorney at a Evanston EvanstonVyo Evanstonyo
Vyo yo 0 and dummy for Union Pacific PacificCoal PActficCOAl PcifieCoal
Coal Company was indicted for perjury parjurybefore perjurybatfJre perjurybefore
before the Interstate Commerce Commis Commission Commise CommisSixLltOrerli CommissloTh ¬
sloTh V e V VV Vp V
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nSisc SixLltOrerli Laborer Are Killed KilledBakargfioW InUee1BukarSft KilledBakerstiald
BakargfioW BukarSft ld Cat L Dec 7 7A A cavoin cavoinof caolnof cavoluof
of atiiilnOi a tanfll seventeen miles northeast northeastof 90rthoastof iortheastof
of hare todsy to dKY killed six laborers and anddestroyad anddeatroyOd nd nddcatroy
destroyad dcatroy d the seventyfoot shaft just justsunk justaunk2fnd justsunk
sunk aunk2fnd Jtnd being prepared for cement cementcasing1 cementc cementcasing
casing c casing5enogrnI1LerS casing1Stenoffrn LSln LSlnst
st Stenoffrn 5enogrnI1LerS DogrnlherJII pliers Civil Service Exam Exnjninatlon EXlmbMatlon ExamInstion
inatlon Jan 3S The Drlllery list U N Y Yuve Yave rtLv
ave tLv will tell you youaUabOUt ou all about it It Itl3
125 1 to Baltimore nnd Return Heturnvia Returna ReturnVia
via a Pennsylvania Pwnslv nla Railroad every Satur Saturday Saturdaynd Saturday ¬
day daynd and Sunday AH Al regular trains ex except except except ¬
cept the Congressional Limited Tick Tickels Ticketa Tickte
eta te EQ sot < d to t return until Sunday night V
WEATHER FORECAST FORECASTFor FORECASTFor FORECASTFor
For the District of Columbia Columbiaand Coll1mbiand1vlaryIand CoIunlbiand
and and1vlaryIand Maryland MarylandFair Fair ir and not so socold socolt ii
cold today tomorrow iacrcas iacrcasing 1ucreas 1ucreasing incresing
ing cloudiness < = probably snow snowfresh SUOWfresh j jfresh
fresh northwesterly winds be becommg b bcoming 1
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Icoming coming coming easterly easterlyHERALD easterlyHERALD
1 1HERAL
HERALD NEWS NEWSSUMMiRY NEWSSUMMiRYPes SUMMARY SUMMARYPaS
Pages JTBLStiRAPIIlC JTBLStiRAPIIlC1Seven f ThLfArhhlC1Seven SL i GRAPIIJC GRAPIIJClSeven
1Seven Killed in Cornell Fire FIrfIPJU FirelIittslnlrgs
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1 PIUsbargs IPJU lntrgs Prettiest Girl a Suicide S leJdeIlirs Suicide1Mrs
1 Ilirs 1Mrs Mrs Blrdsongs Mother Testifies TftJtJJIeelWar TestUlee1War
1 lWar War Fever at Frisco Frl eo Dies Dte Out Out1A Out1Admiral
1 1A 1Admiral Admiral mlnll Coshbut Co kut Banqueted BanquetedS B nq edIBltlleys V
S IBltlleys Baileys Statement Falkj FaI1 t te S Suf7 Suf7ID tJnCy tJnCyS V V3Dr
S ID 3Dr Dr Lapponl Popes PhystemH P De n DiaL DiaLSMother J JSMother
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CONGRESS COCltESSPbUe CONGRESSPubhIc
PbUe Printer Writes te te4Housc Ia4House
4 4Housc House Bars New New4r Ssettfas SwIug4Labor
4 4r 4Labor Labor bor Wins Victory te litPOIITICAI lane HOSMSTtmothy lanePOLITICAL
POLITICAL POIITICAII VT VTTbnotby
I STtmothy Tlmotby Woodruff V WoodAllfte to Confer ConferPresident Wtis WtisPresident tIlt tIltPre
President PresidentSBalJey Pre dent dentIJalIeoy V V31iaIIey
SBalJey IJalIeoy to Remain In Texas Texasl TexuIOCAL TexasLOGL
IOCAL IOCALIMark LOGL1Mark
l IMark Iark Twain Visits W WNSn WNSn2J WJJ sh s s sJ
JJ J W Foster Ppswets New AWgnwsiit AWgnwsiitof A AoC
of Powers PowersS PowenPle
S President Ple Weeat Receives R Waterways Wa Wapt VV VVPresldent DslsA DslsAgates fl flL flsDr
gates gates3Dr ptDr L
3Dr Dr Chancellor Scored hy CKIaans CKIaansS CIheMIForemn UnSSUS UnSSUSPoremn
S Foreman Ashlon Bxeaera BxeaeraIOk1est Exonerated Exoneratedl xoneraedThOldest
l IOk1est OWest Inhabitants Iftha ltaata Hold Annual Rs Rsunion R RUftion Beunion
union unionNO UftionNO unionNO
NO PEAR OF WAR WARConsul WITH WI HJAPAN HJAPANComml JAPAN JAPANCoiiHttl
Consul Miller Snyn Sn Sny the hc Contest Contc t AVill AVillHe ViIlDc iIl iIlit
He it n Commercial One OneSan OneSan On OnSan
San Francisco CaL Dec 7 7The The Ire hrestirred IretilTed IreUrred
stirred by President Roosevelt has baasIdedand sub subsided subsided ¬
sIdedand sided and the citizens are aft now nOtawalUagtlle nOtawalUagtlleontcome awaiting the theoutcome theoutcome
outcome of the Japanese school question questionin
in the courts where here the case has been beentaken heeatak beestaken
taken tak n There is no serious serIo belief that thatwar thatwar thatwar
war v wlh tlh Japan is prcbabte pre and on all allsides allaJd allzIds
sides aJd it h 8 hoped that the question will willsoon win800n willsoon
soon be settled settledUnited settledlJMIed settledUMed
United States Consul Miller stationed stationedat
at Yokohama in 9 lecture at the Uni University UnlnJIIIty UnIveretty ¬
versity of California said saidThoughts saidThoughta sakiThoughts
Thoughts of war are the lightest lightestthoughts II btNttbourhta lightestthougists
thoughts that Japan has today The test testof teetot testof
of the future between Japan and the theUnited tileUalted theUnited
United States wilt 111 not be a conflict of ofarms Carms ofarms
arms but will 111 be war for industrial IncIURI1aJpremaey sn snpremacy aspreinacy
premacy premaeyJapan preinacyJapan premacyJapan
Japan is now DO reaching reachl out for the tIMtwarlers theworkis theworkTs
workTs commerc t and I predict that un untoss aa1e usless
toss this country makes rapid progress progressJapan prwrasJapan progromJapan
Japan will be to absolute control of the themerchant tMmerchant themerchant
merchant marine of the Pacific PacificFinal PaciDeFinal e eFtnal
Final steps were taken today looking lookingto <
to the settlement ttlfllleftt of the entire Japanese Japanesequestion JapaneNque Japanesequestion
question tion In the courts courtsCity COtIrtsCity courtsCity
City Attorney William G Burke acting
for the San Francisco 8 school board sub submitted subinltted b bmUted ¬
mUted to United States District Attorney
Devlin a statement of the facts bea beaon bearing bearingon
on the school controversy COIItro which will be bemade bemade bemade
made the baste for an action to test the thevalidity thevaliditT thevalidity
validity of the new law under which hleh the theboard theboard thebosrd
board acted It Js desired to avoid the theUtktog thetaltlor thetaiig
Utktog of testimony in the court m the thefacts thefa thetacIr
facts fa III rier to tosave save time It Is illS I under underSDS08 er ersmofi
SDS08 Ihtft hitt the fiacCs as sta sMmd sd hy 7 Barks D tare Barksare Burfcaare
are at variance vrecp arIIt with the reports second
h h the Japanese Jape consular eJtUIar oActaJg and andthat
that art amendment will 111 Be demanded by b bthe
the Federal authorities authoritiesSLAYER authorlUeSLAYER authoritiesSLAYER
SLAYER IS SHOT TO DEATH DEATHB DEATHBzcapen
B Bzcapen cnpe from Ohio Jnil and nn < 1 Refuse RefuseLebanon RefutceJIIto
to Surrender tu rOIc rOIcLenon FOMaeLebanon
Lebanon Ohio Dec 7 7Henry Henry White WJtItethe With Withthe
the murderer of Marshal Basore Buore of ofFranklin ofFranklin ofFranklin
Franklin Warren County Ohio was wa shot shotto shotto t tto
to death by a posse today White Whft sap escaped Meaped saped ¬
ed from the Lebanon jail some days 11 ago agoand acoAncl agoand
and had not been en seen since sinceBloodhounds JJIaceBloodhounds MaceBIOOtThOUThIIn
Bloodhounds were secured yesterday yesterdayand YMtenlayand yesterdayand
and today they traced him to a thicket thicketnear thicketnear thicketnear
near Pleasant Plain PlainThe PlatnThe PlainThe
The murderer murtler refused to surrender and andbegan 8Jtdbegan andbegan
began shooting shooUn He was instantly killed killedby JdIIec1by killedby
by some of the posse after they had hadtalked hadtalked hadtalked
talked with him for some moments momentsBILLLZ momentsIULLIK momentsBILLIE
BILLLZ ACCUSED OF MURDER MTJUDERClairvoyant MURDERClnlroant MURDERClairvoyant
Clairvoyant and IIIs lii < Wife Arrested ArrestedChicago ArreMteelon
on Jloilllollin lOiIlIflg Charge ChnrgeChicago ChargeChicago
Chicago Dec 7 iHerman Herman BilMk Bllme clair clairvoyant clairvoyant clairvoynt ¬
voyant and fortune teller and his wife wifeMary wifeMary 1fe 1feIatyl
Mary Iatyl were arrested ed this t afternoon afternooncharged afternooncharged afternooncharged
charged with the murder of Martin Vrzal Vrzalhis VI7Al1 VI7Al1his Vrzftlhis
his wife and five of their children childrenBillik chlWreaBlllik childrenBililk
Billik is accused of o administering admhtl tertog the thepoison thepoison lie liepollIO
poison which killed the members of the thefamily theCaml thefamily
family Caml His wife to alleged to have been beenan Deeaan beenan
an accessory accessoryMOB Acce86013IdOBDEMANDS accessory1OBDEANDS
MOB IdOBDEMANDS DEMANDS NEGRO SLAYER SLAYERTwo SLAYERTwo
Two Whites and a Negress Killed Killedand Killedand Killedand
and Three Whites Wounded WoundedFelix WoundedFcllx WoundedFelix
Felix 1Ioln1l1n Hoi mail Ponr Deadly Den en Fire FlreIntoPoxse FireInto FireInto
Into IntoPoxse Posse Which Seeks Sec1 t to toArrest toArreCt toArreat
Arrest Him HimGreenville HimGreenvDle lilniV lilniGreenville V
Greenville Miss 1198 Dee 7 7lJre Frenzied zted mobs mobsbent mobsbent mobsbent
bent on lynching Felix Holman a negro negrowho negrowho negrowho
who today shot and killed two white whitemen whlt whltmen whitemen
men a n neJWJS gress and seriously serlOU ly wounded woundedthree woundedthree woundedthree
three other white wl te men surrounded the thejail th thjtlfI thejail
jail here tonight where here the negro him himself himself himself ¬
self wounded by a pursuing posse was wasplaced wasplaced wasplaced
placed shortly after the bloody carnival carnivalFollowing carnivalFoll carnivalFollowing
Following Foll wlng are the victims of Holman HolmanBNOCH HOlmnKiOCH HolmanBodH
BNOCH THOSirSOX Tllo nSON a aBRIUCARD prdil prdilngItcAltn 1 1KIt
BRIUCARD KIt > AltD COPPBK KM KMCEUKA aeWber el 1 tie e pelle pelleCErI p pCELlA
CEUKA CErI A HOLMAN lloLtA lloLtATtc atgreM atgreMThe BegItJTfw
The following are In a a1 precarious > condi condition condition condition ¬
tion tionPoliceman
Policeman H A Abercomlln AtiercOIIIIIJI right thigh thighshattered thighshattered thighshattered
shattered by a pistol bullet William WilliamVaught WilliamVaught J11lam J11lamVaught
Vaught bullet wound In the he abdomen abdomenNicholas abdomenNicholas abdomenNicholas
Nicholas Vainesva Falne a business man struck struckin struckIn struckin
in right leg by b Jfifcy y bullet bulletHolmaa bulletHolmnn bulletHolmam
Holmaa wntose W tt home Is in Arkansas Arkansasfirst Arkansasfirst Arkansasfirst
first shot and killed Coitus Holman at a anegro anegro anegro
negro boarding house He is alleged to tobe tobe tobe
be the husband of the woman wmlln oman and was wasJealous wasjealous wasjealous
Jealous of her After shooting her Hol Holman Holman Hotman ¬
man barricaded himself in a room on the thesecond thesecond thesecond
second floor 1k or of the boarding house and anddefied anddefted anddefied
defied arrest A large lageposse posse surrounded surroundedthe surroundedthe surroundedthe
the building and entrance was attempted attemptedHolman 1tttemptedHolman attemptedHolnian
Holman stationed at an open window at atonce atonce atonce
once opened tire on the mob below killing killingthe killingthe killingthe
the two o officers He was armed with two twolarge twolarge twolarge
large pistols and had his pockets full of ofcartridges ofcartridges ofcartridges
cartridges After exhausting his supply supplyof supplyof supplyof
of ammunition the negro escaped out of ofa ofa ofa
a rear door with the mob in his wake wakeHe wakeHe wakeHe
He was captured In a cotton warehouse warehouseand warehouseand warehouseand
and rushed to Jail The local militia has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been called out out as an attempt will i11 be bemade bemade bemade
made to lynch the negro before morning morningGood morningGOoe1 morningio4l
Good Furniture at Auction AuctionToday AuctionToda AuctionToday
Today Toda at Sloans 14W G st at there will willbo Willbe willbe
be sold a large quantity of f nearly new newfurniture newfurniture newfurniture
furniture without limit or reserve Tho Thosale Thoside Thesale
sale opens promptly attf at a m with a alot Alot alot
lot of carpets from the Metropolitan Club Clubprivate Club Clubprhtte Clubprivate
private homes hotels c c Everybody Everybodywelcome EveIJbodywelcome Everybodywelcome
welcome
r V > THE NEW CONGRESSMAN C0N CONGRESSMANV CONGRESSMANV CONGRESSMANV RESSMAN V V V
Child in inGallery Gallery Is papa p pa maldtfgtjaws ma aVs now now
COGHLAN GHLA BANQUETED BANQUETEDI BABETEDRollicking
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Rollicking Crew of Friends FriendsCheer FriendsI FrieiidsCheer
I Cheer Retiring Officer OfficerLEKETS OfficerI OfficermEGRETS OfficerREfiRETSV
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mEGRETS LEKETS IN INV INSIMPLE V SIMPLE SPELLING SPELLINGOther SPELLINGi SPELLINGOUler SPELLINGOilier
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Other Department Oficialx OfIcln1Jc Also Hcc Hccl xi xitlrelC 14xireMs
l tlrelC reHH Sorrow str ow that They They Are Not NotrfVl Notbl Nottlle
rfVl tlle bl le to ii llttcnrt tttefl1llinffioons tte a Hnmorons Jn lOroul story storyby torjr torjrl t rT
l 11 by y Gen Gm Horatio lIornt Klnsr KhJConJrells KhJConJrellsman Coiiprrews Coiiprrewsiiian
man Sulzcr iilzer SpeaKM Briefly Drlc DrlcXew BrieflyNew
New York Dec 7 7RMr Rsur Admiral AdmiralJoseph AdmiralJoseph amlnLlJph
Joseph B B CogfclAB was feasted at Del Detmonicos Delmonico Delmonicos
monicos tonight ton ht in honor of his III re retirement retlreent retirement ¬
tirement by the th New York Command Commandery Coml1JAAtlery Commanery
ery of the Naval Order of the United UnitedStates UntteflStat5 IuftedStates
States of which h he t is at t present com commander eGMmander cornmender ¬
mander The admiral got a hearty re reception reception reception ¬
ception ceptionBusier ceptionB1Igwr ceptionBugler
Busier Charles Doctor headed the thestorming theatorln thestorming
storming atorln column by marching upon the thebanquet thebtulquet thebanquet
banquet tables and a sounding mess gear gearHard gearHard gearHard
Hard by the bugler was 115 bosuns bosun mate mateCharles r ateCharIH mateCharles
Charles A A Seal Following these came cameRear caineRNr cameRear
Rear Admiral Coghlan with Vice V e Com Commodore Commo4ore Cornmodore ¬
modore De D Forest leading a column of ofto ofO
30 O guests guestsA
A handy orchestra a little aft of ofsome oCme ofsome
some me hothouse hothou palms palms broke out with withStrike withStrlk withStrike
Strike Up the Band Here Comes a aSailor aSailor aSailor
Sailor They The quickly quick switched to TheStarSpangled The TheStarSpangled TheStarSpangled
StarSpangled Banner on sight of a acolor acolor acolor
color sergeant accompanied by two twoguards tolUrds twoguards
guards bearing down the main aisle aislecarrying aislecarrying aislecarrying
carrying a stand of colors which was wasplaced wasplAced wasplaced
placed behind Admiral Coghlans seat seatThen aeatThen seatThen
Then came cheers and the diners were wereonly wereonly wereonly
only brought back to the storn sense e of ofduties oCdutSn ofduties
duties by b the bosuns mate who gravely gravelypiped g giveIypiped Yely YelyplJed
piped all hands to splice the main brace bracewhich bracehleh bracewhich
which hleh in navy n parlance means to have a adrink adrtnk adrink
drink V Vilochi
drtnkJloch
Hoch tier Ivnlnor I nl r Is I Sung SnnprHardly SungHartlly SungHardly
Hardly was the rollicking crew seated seatedthan setedthan ted tedUaall
than a chorus broke out in unison some gomewhere s0mewhere somewhere
where V VlIess
wherelItres
Heres t ie JOT 1 Jo hires Here t te J 1ala Joe Joeo c cOfc
Ofc ala o o derm demk Heeh 11 der Kaiser KatorThe Ka KaThe KaiserTb
The Tb merriment only quieted down long longenough Jongnoagk longenough
enough for the health of the President of ofthe ofUte ofthe
the United States to be drunk amid amidcheers anddchee amidcheers
cheers cheersVice chee cheeVlee cheersVice
Vice Vlee Commander De Forest proposed a atoast atoast atoast
toast to Admiral Cogblan Cogh an the admirals admiralscountry ndmlraJscountry admiralscountry
country his family fnmll and his host of offriends oCfriend offriends
friends He then introduced the guest of ofhonor orhonor ofhonor
honor As one man the diners jumped up upsinging upsinging upsinging
singing For Hes a Jolly Good Fellow FellowAdmiral FellowAdmiral FollowAdmiral
Admiral Coghlan was much moved but butgot butsot butgot
got into action in a hurry This is honor honorenough honorenough honorenough
enough to take any an mans breath away awayhe awayhe awayhe
he said saidI h1 h1I
I hope It does take mine away nwa before 1 1get 1set 1get
get homo Laughter Such a reception receptionshould receptionMould receptionshould
should be most pleasing except to a diK diKferent dl dlreront d11 d11ferent
ferent man than myself I am in the he same sameboat SfunebOAt sneboat
boat with the fellow who died and then thencame thenante theneame
came to life Uf His wife said feelingly as asshe asshe asshe
she showed him some som flower flowery obituaries obituariesJohn obltualeJohn obituariesJohn
John dont you feel glad over that thatNo thntNo thatNo
No he replied I wish to God I had haddied haddied haddied
died laughter and roars of Bully Joe Joeand JoeMd Joeand
and Roth hoch It should be a sorrow sorrowfor sorrowfor sorrowfor
for a man approaching the age where he hete helegany heIs
te legally ostracized but your our spirit does doesmuch dOeEImuch doesmuch
much to appease this thisHe thisHe thisHe V
He said the proper way to live a life lifewas lifewas lifewas
was so that a mans neighbors and friends friendsshould friend friendshould friead5should
should not have a bad opinion of him himHe himHe himHe
He has tried to do that thatMake thntUnke8 thatMaket
Make a Hit with Epigram EpigrantnYou EpigramYou EpigramYou
You all know naval officers are not notwell notwell notwell
well trained in afterdinner speaking speakingThey speakingThe SpeakingThey
They The are not rood orators at such times timesbut timesbut timesbut
but often go to the point with such epi epigrams eplsntID8 epigrams ¬
grams as 9 I dont care If i do or A little littlesugar littlesugar littleaugar
sugar In mine please Explosions ExplosionsHe
He spoke at length of his appreciation appreciationof
of the honor bestowed upon him and sat satdown satdown satdown
down amid applause that lasted several severalminutes swemlminutes severalminutes
V
minutes minutesOne minutesne minutesOne V
One ne of the diners dln rs arose and began read reading readIng readIng ¬
ing numerous letters tters received receivedThe receivedUThe receivedThe
UThe The first he said uJs is hv In ICsimplified ICsimplifiedspelling simplified simplifiedspelling simplifiedspelUng
spelling Aftor the laughter subsided
he read the letter letterOther letterOther letterOther
Other letters were read from the Socre ¬
tary of the Ifayy 1Vav Admiral Dewey Gen
Porter esSecrotary e Secrctar31 McAdoo Rear Ad Admiral Admlr Admiral ¬
miral l Evans Rear Admiral Sehley and
Cornelius Vanderbilt VanderbiltGen Vanderbiltn VanderbiltGon
Gen n Horatio King told a l humorous humorousstory humorouBltOQ humorousstor
story stor of Gen Sickles ikles The latter met a
Southern planter and tried to advise him himon Won hisson
on the reformation of the JIePM8 nses nst inn the theplanter theplanter theplanter
planter retorted torts hy saying sayingHelL a7lalrHelL sayingHelL
HelL if the other Yankee Y Ydon1 generate generatedont generaisdonj
dont know any more than u ths yon do I cant cantsee CAntHE canteon
see low now the South ever not et licked ttekedO 1IckfCktt lickedCon
O Con n Kin lUng wound up b sf nswiteg an anoriginal anori anoriginal
ori original < poem poem dedicated to Bear Admiral AdmiralCofhlan AdMIralCOCblaa AaIsssiriCoghlas
Cofhlan CofhlanCongressman COCblaaCon CoghlasCongressman
Congressman Con Sntaer when wIt the hurrah hurrahing urrRID hurrahlug ¬
lug < and toasting had sutNsoext made a ashort ashort ashort
short address addressGIVES acldftuG h hGiVES
GIVES G GiVES BA BAQi BAQiflern fus OIT3ENSH OIT3ENSHGermkii rrj NS NSGermkn
Germkii flern Xatnrnllzcil Xatu tl1raltzcct ml Ized If JIIC hllcvezi I eve n ai Yenrn YenrnAe Yeta rn rnV
V Ae Ago = 0 Will 111 Become nn Allen AllenNsw A AllenNew lIclI lIclINew
New York York Dec IFerdinand V A AHoppe A AHoppe AHoppe
Hoppe a German lermin naturalized here eleven elevenyears feven7en elevenyears
years aj aJO ao > w w at nt to the theDatunall1ilUoA theDatunall1ilUoAu naturalisation naturalisationbureau natumilsatlonbureau
bureau u of the Supreme Court today and andsaM alMlIII andasic
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saM III be wished to return his papers as be bedid becWd bemd
did not 0 care to be a cttfcen of tale country countryany cosistryany
any longer longerChief longerChief
8111CbietCJerk
Chief CbietCJerk Clerk Lone was nonplussed ROItpl for hi hihte IIIhis Inhis
his many years m Ia the nttturalrzatfon bu bureau ureau horeau ¬
reau he had never had j jt t such an appli application application appilcation ¬
cation Before Core when the applicant intended intendedto
to stay In I this country countryMr eoutryfl countryMr
Mr Loos told the applicant that the ap application appllcattJoa appllcdtlon ¬
plication was unusual and that be Hd < not notknow IIOtknow notknow
know what he could ooulcldo do about the matter matterHe matterHe matterHe
He consulted Justice OGormxn and naked nakedhtm rneslhim 811 811Mm
him whaUhe shouWJo The justice told toldhim toldhim toldhim
him that fie could ehoua = flfflRAMiar ter r any ny such or order order ortier ¬
der but told the cl c cIetlike rW9Flike ko th the surren surrendered Stft1eadered swerendered ¬
dered naturalhiaUon paper and file melt melttbe It with withthe wtththe
the original papers papersTKta papersT1e papersThIs
ThIs was done and Mr Hoppe u went wentaway ent entaway t taway
away satisfied He refused to say why wh he herejected herejeeted berejected
rejected American citizenship He said he hewas hewas hewas
was a veterinary surgeon surgeonCONFESSES 1IU1K 1IU1KOONFESSES surgeonCONFESSES
CONFESSES TO KILLING GIRL GIRLDnvlil GIRLDnlcI GIRLDaild
Dnvlil Curtis Soon After Denies lie lieCommitted DeCommlttel HeCOIflflittel
Committed the Crime CrimeDayton CrlmcDa7ton CrimeDayton
Dayton Ohio Dec 7 7DAvld David Curtis Curtistwentyseven Curtlat Curtistwentyseven
twentyseven t years y anl old te the Us confessed confessedmurderer eoejmurderer 8ed 8edmurderer
murderer of Dona Gillman After nerve nerveracking t servericking rve rver
racking r cJdn hours behind locked doors in the theoiOce theomce theolike
oiOce of Prosecutor pro Nevin of Montgom Montgomery Montgomery ¬
ery 17 Couttty Coapty Curtis gasped out a dreadful dreadfulfaces dreadfulrecttaJ dreadfulrecital
recital lrhen be laughed In the blaJWhecJ blaJWhecJraces biarchcdfaces
faces of five men who 00 sat in the room roomw4th roo roowfththe rooswith
with wfththe the murderer murdererA
A few f hours bo later be retracted his con confession confeMion contendon ¬
tendon saying it was forced from him himThe himThe himThe
The authorities are holding him pending pendinga peJtdln peJtdlna
a strict Investigation InvestigationHe
He Is believed to be insane or relga relgahtaanlty feigningInsanity feigning feigningInsanity
Insanity
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TWAI TW TAI AIN AfES A WE CAPITOL CAPITOLAttired CAPITOLAttired CAPITOLAttired
Attired in White hite a Tropical TropicalVision TrOlicalVision TropicalYisiou
Vision He Scores Clothes ClothesLIKES GlotllesLIKES C1ot1ieVLIKSV
LIKES PEEK PELKAOO A BOO WAISTSV WAISTScmicrnblc WAISTS WAISTSVenerable
V 1 1cliernble
Venerable Ilnmorint < 8r nintlendi nintlendiWomen1 nim ninindsWomens toDd toDdomenH
Women1 omenH DrcKN to 3Idh J Md t and Recom Recommends ReceH11lcJ1cl Iteconimtcniln ¬
mends Decollete with Doublet and nnilHone Dn1HONen andHosenys
Hone HONen Hosenys Pnyn AVilllnm Denn Hoivellft HoivellftLooked HbwellAIookel UbuellsLooked
Looked Like nu u AM In Plug lint HatI
I belong DeIoo to the ancient sad honorable honorablesociety honorableodet honorablesociety
society of perfection and purity I am amthe amtile amthe
the president secretary and nd treasurer I Ithe Iam i iam
am the only member In fact tact drawled drawledMark dl1i dl1i1rartt drawledEari
Mark Eari Twain stretched out In mm a easy easychair II8ycMtr easych1r
chair in the press gallery with his toes toesturned l0e5tarlMd toesturned
turned up to the crackmtg tMg Are on the thegrate thegratlo thegrate
grate I am the only person in the theUnited UteCattect theUnited
United States who IS eligible eBgiWePreviously IePreYioualy eligiblePreviously
Previously the humorist It had I sauntered saunteredthrough 8unteredtIuoatJh iaunteredthrough
through the Capitol talking to some of ofhte oChili ofhis
his legislative friends tne about the copyright copyrightbin copyrightbill bt bt111ft
bin which hleh he Is anxious shojrid pass to tosave toave toiaV
save iaV his 11 family from starvation Attired Attiredin utre4 utre4In
in a snow white serge suit t which match matched matched matched ¬
ed almost to perfection the crowning crowningglory crown crownMy crownIngglory
glory of his noble head be needed out batpalmlea a apalmleaf apalmleaf
palmleaf fan to complete OOIIIpI his personifies personincaUon pC8Oftf6ca pC8Oftf6caUon personifiesLion
Uon of the tropics A white cravat was washeld washeld IUS IUSheld
held in loose folds with a creamy moon moonstone JItOORtOM moonatone ¬
stone tOM his h polished teeth gleamed below befowa
a grlzsled gr mustache his skis was s like a ababys abilbys ababys
babys a very vision from the equator equatorAnd equatorAnd uator uatorAnd
And outside the wintry wind whistled whistledaround whist whistaround whistledaround
around the dome of the Captaoi and cut cutwith eutWIth cutwith
with nipping zeal the legs l of statesmen statesmenwhose statesmenwhose
whose hoIe fur coat coats could not keep out the thefrigid thefrtgld thefrigid
frigid blasts and carried gusts of snow snowflakes 800 800Rakes snowflakes
flakes that beat upon OR the panes panesHonest panesHet panesHonest
Honest said Mark Twain I cant cantget cantget cantget
get over the abomination of the American Americandothes AmeI1cancloUtes Americanclothes
clothes The garments the average man manwears manwears manwears
wears are a fright frl ht but I have reached reachedthat reacmedthat reachedthat
that age of discretion dise tJon which hkit gives to toyears toyears toyears
years the right rI nt of individuality IDfth1dUIIJlt in dress dressI dressI
I wear wear my white whlt serge not as clothes clothesNo dotheaNofl c1otheNo
No Nofl itsf ttmy my uniform uniformSandwich uniformSnlHlwlclt uniformSandwich
Sandwich islander Hl Jllle Ideal IdealI IdealSI
SI I have e sera bat one man dressed the theway theWft7 theway
way I would weuklltke like to drese dresedres dressed ed in the thebest thebtSt thebest
best wny WP to dress He was as a Sandwich SandwichIslander StuHlwlchIslander SandwichIslander
Islander and he wore worelet let me see it was WHSa wasa IlS IlSn
a special occasion oecastona a pair of spectacles spectaclesYou lpeetaclesYou spectaclesYou
You may ma talk about clothes but after all allthe allthe nilthe
the human skin is the thebest hast thing in that thatline thatline
line I have hav ever r struck struckNow struckNo struckNow
Now No theres the plug hat Wherfever WherfeverI eer eerI
I ee a a man in a plug hat I begin to tosuspect tosuspect tosuspect
suspect him of something Time was waswhen WKSwhOn waswhen
when a man couldnt be dressed in the theUnited theUnited tleUnited
United States unless v s Mo wore a 8Iroplu wipIug ptag hat hatNow hatNow hatNow
Now a man man cant < nt be dressed If he does doeswear doesWC8r doeswear
wear one I dont like to see St men en In Inblack InbJAck inblack
black blackOh bJAckOb blackV
V Oh now no I dont care for the Study gnudyeffects Studyeff gaudyeffects
effects eff effectsV effectsSomething < ts Something with color in it itthough Itthough itthough
though V catches catch my fancy ranc I love the thewomen 1 the thewomen 1C 1Cwomtn
women They lhey know how to get them themselves thtmsenes themselves ¬
selves up to capture the heart h t and eye eyeand eyeand eyeand
and I dont see why as the ladles are areconstantly areconetanU areconstantly
constantly conetanU borrowing ideas in clothe clothefrom ClOUl ClOUlfrom clothtfrom
from men menwhenever whenever they get any good goodones goooonMthe gomionesthe
ones onMthe the men shouldnt bontpv borrov from the theladies thtladles theladies
ladies ladlesWere
ladiesWere
Were there ever any styles like the thepeekaboo tbepoo thepecaheo
peekaboo poo nboo waist the lowcut gown the theshort theshort theshort
short sleeves Wouldnt man look gor gorgeous gorgooS gorgeots ¬
geous in that kind of H rig Why not notOf notOf notOf
Of cparse I believe belle In it It For men Cer Certainly Certainly Certainly ¬
tainly I like Itk to look over the th theaters theatersthe theatersthe thoatersthe
the opera opera op ra houses but do you think I care careabout Mreabout careabout
about the men Not by b a considerable considerablesight consIderablesIght considerablesight
sight They rhe speck the landscape like a alot a10t alot
lot of crows But with Ith the women Its Itsdifferent Itsditrorfmt itsdiffront
different There is something gay and andfestive Bndfestle andfesUve
festive and full of life and color and andwarm andwarm andwarm
warm and pleasing and artistic about a awoman awoman awoman
woman They The dont got themselves up uplike uplUte uplike
like delegates to an undertakers con convention conentlon convontlon ¬
vention with no more atmospheric fitness fitnessabout fitnessabout fitnessabout
about them than t lln a ham No sir a wom woman woman woman ¬
an knows how to blend Herself Ji rself with the thescenery thoscenery thescenery
scenery and If there happens to be an anaurora anaurom anaurora
aurora borealis or a rainbow ninbo around it itCONTINUED ItCO ItCONTISIJED
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dept of Union Trust Co 1414 F st et pays paysinterest pa paysIpterest s sl1terest
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I BONI THRASHED BY A PORTER PORTERSeeking PORTERSeeklnJ PORTERSeeking
Seeking to See Former Wife Count CountGetn CountGetH COUntGels
Gels Into Fight FightParis IllghtParia FightParis
Paris Dec 7 iEver Ever since Mine Gould Gouldleft Gouldleft Gouldleft
left her former husband Count Boni de deCastellane deCotellilne doCastellano
Castellane ho has persistently tried to togain togain togain
gain access to her but her friends know knowing knowJng knowlug ¬
lug the influonce ho had over her took tookeffective tookef tookettoetivo
effective ef ctho measures to prevent his seeing seeinglier aecJngbOT seeingher
her lierTho
Tho Count desisted de8S lct1 for some > time limo but a nfew afc afew
few fc days ago lg 1p l > entered the courtyard of ofMme orIme ofMme
Mme Ime Goulds mansion Ion and Ilnd nd accosted it itporter fporter aporter
porter saying sayln In he wi wisimed < had ed to sod Alma AlmaGould lImflGould MmoGosltl
Gould The porter wild Id he rcgrottod NGro tod it itbut 1 1but itbut
but he had been ordered not to allow the theCount UteCount theCount
Count to enter enterBoni cnterBani enternoah
noah insisted and after vain persuasion persuasiontried MrStlnsiontried persuasiontried
tried te fore force an entrance The porter porterthereupon purterthereupon porterthereupon
thereupon seized hint and a roughand roughandtumble rougltundtumbl roughandtitnible
tumbl tumble fight too place It ended by the theCount theCout theCount
Count being bundled out in a a crumpled crumpledcondition crumplodC4andltJen crumpledcundhios
condition It 1116 te expected that the porter porterwill portorwill porterwilt
will sue MI him for assault assaultWHAT assaultWHAT assaultWHAT
WHAT IS WHISKY 1 THEY T1 EY ASK ASKGovernment ASKCOernment ASKGovernment
Government CommixHlon Goes to toLouixvillc toIoufMll1e toLulnsille
Louixvillc to Learn the Answer AnswerLouisville AnHucrJolsdlle AnswerLodlavillo
Louisville Ky Dec 7 iThe The Commte CommteJon Comntlt Commisahm
ahm Jon t on Purity of Food appointed under underthe undertIe underthe
the agricultural appropriation act lute hnsopened lmsope luteopened
opened ope d a hearing here on the manufac manufacture nmnufaetare inanufiteLure ¬
tare of whisky whisk sugars sirups vegetable vegetableflavoring vegetableIs eg ftble ftbleavvrlng
Is flavoring extracts and other articles articlesTO artlclesT articlesThe
T TO The eommlsklonere present are Dr H HW HW Hv
W v Wiley Wile chief chemist t Department of ofAgriculture ofAgrteult1lle ofAgriculture
Agriculture Washington Wasbi Dr William WilliamFreer Wmla WmlaJlre WitlessPresr
Freer Jlre r of Pennsylvania Stale siate College CollegeChairman Coil CoilCIIaInIHut Collegechairman
Chairman Prof Elton Fulmer Washing Washington W Washingtest > I8 I8tea
ton Dr M A A Scovel of the Kentucky KentuckyAgricultural Ke Kebtisek KebtisekAgricultural tuck tucklctdttrra1
Agricultural Collate Co and Dr E H Jell Jenfclns Jellof Jeaklwe
fclns of WasWsvcB WasWsvcBComing Wuhfvit WuhfvitComIn
Coming ComIn to LoUfrville Ie primarily for Corpurpo the theowpose thepurpose
purpose of dr rmlnlng first t tWbt8ky wt h hwhisky Is Isvblsky
whisky what constitute purl In Inwhisky Ir1ti8Icy iiWilleicy
whisky and what nVe ne to be regarded re al1ded as asaihtlteranta It Itteraat asadultornats
aihtlteranta teraat in whisky the commission commissionwill commissionwill len lenwill
will investigate lllVNtig te other products productsSTEALS prcdtKtsSTEALS prcduttsSTEALS
STEALS WIFES LOVE IS SHOT SHOTChicago SHOTI SHOTChlcnJo SHOTChicago
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Chicago Physician Fatally Fntnll Wounded Vonndedby ounclcdI
by I Angry AUJr Husband HusbandChicago II1IhunelCbIea husbandChicago
Chicago CbIea Dec 7 iDr Dr Benjamin Harris Hnrria Harrldrec1 Harrisa
a retired drec1 Chicago physician was shot and andmortally andRIOrtId17 aridmortally
mortally wounded today by A A C Camp Camphen CampIteU Campbell
hen IteU of Poland WIn ls superintendent mp of ofa ofa ofa
a big g lumber company at AnUge ntIga Ugo in the theState tbestat thesac
sac State StateMrs stat statJill StateMrs
Mrs Harrta HarrR who was recently rece tly divorced divorcedfrmn dtyo divorcedlinen ed edfNIB
linen her haaoand ad on the ground that he hewa M1M hewas
wa 1M too attentive Ye to Mm Campbell was wasa wasa wasa
a witness wl IeM to the affair affairHarris aaIrHarris affairHarris
Harris is dying at the Chicago Emer Emergency Emer5C ¬
gency 5C 7 Hospital Hu pltal shot ahOt twice through the thestomach thetowuIrh thestomach
stomach once in the it bAck and once onceIn onceIn onceIn
In the head Campbell tlll 1 Is a prisoner at atpolice Atpolice atpolice
police headquarters Both are wealthy wealthyand wealthynd wealthyand
and nd prominent KOmtH nt socially sociallyTHE aocfaUyTHE sociallyTHE
THE FAMILY IS AT LIBRARY LLBRAHY3Irj
Mrs rJIC Pardon I nron Widely lcleI Criticised Hook HookObtained DookOhtnlncll BookOhitninrd
Obtained for Washington m < 1tinJton Render RenderAnton IlenclertcAmon headersAmong
Anton Among the new books scheduled by bythe b bthe bythe
the Washington Public Library is Th ThFamily The ThoFamily TheFamily
Family the tb widely heralded and bit bitterly bltte bitterly ¬
terly te rly criticised treatise of Mrs Elsie Elsiert E Eiieciws le leCsrs
ciws P8Ji tNNf6 fife Ice of Cop COrdl1 COrdl1FfErt < rt1Ssuf n nrt
Csrs FfErt rt ParsortaiVof Pane Pario4s of f Njew lew w Yark Yrktnd Yrktndd srk and anddajifhtar tinddsuhtsr
dajifhtar d dsuhtsr htrt af Hearw Ite W s Mrs Par Parsons Parseas Pftto1e ¬
sons o1e advocajfar adTOC4IliIb Jrf llfeil pL marriages no nodoubt nodoubt nodoubt
doubt will wl1l1a lataeafrWajftfhgton t nrngtoti read readers readers readera ¬
ers and make the Carnegie bulldin bdlldlng bdlldlngp a aparticularly aparticularly
particularly p rUeularh popular resort for the thenext thenext thenext
next thirty days daysYOUNG daysYOUNG daysYOUNGfAN
YOUNG YOUNGfAN U1A3T KILLED BY CAR CAHTrolley CARrrolley CABrroney
Trolley Mangles Yonth Lying Lln Across AcrossliriKbtwood ACrOiHIJrhhtnoo AcrossHrlgiitwood
liriKbtwood < 1 Avenue Tracks TrnekxAn TrackMAn TracksAn
An unidentified white hite man about twen twenty twenty twent3 ¬
ty t3 or twentyfour years old thought to tobe tobe tobe
be Charles D McKirantie a florist florist was waskilled wasklllM waskilled
killed last night nl t He was run over by byBrtghtwood b bD byBslghtwood
Brtghtwood D tOOd ear No aff 109 1 yards south southof southof sositliof
of the District Dl line on Brightwood htwOOCl avenue avenueThe avenueThe veftDeThe
The body was mangled and the features featuresunrecognizable teaturesunrfIGgntMbIe featoresunrecognisable
unrecognizable Motorman J C Bowers Bowersand Bowersa Bowersand
and Conductor H H R R Cosgrave Co grave in charge chargeof chargeof chargeof
of the car were w re held at No M police < Ma station Matlon Mation ¬
tion and the body was 11 taken to the morgue morguein morsueIn morguein
in the precinct wagon When lK n the pockets pocketswere J CkelSwen pocketswere
were searched a membership card to tile tfteMaccabees tDeMACCAbees tileMaccabees
Maccabees was found in a pocket ket bearing bearingthe berlngthe bearingthe
the name Charles D McKImmie McKImmieInquiry MdOmmleInquiry MeKimmieInquiry
Inquiry among a number of Mc McKimmles McKimmies Ic IcKlmmle5
Kimmles brought a favorable response responseover re responseover ponse ponseovtr
over the telephone from the apartment apartmentof ap rtme t tof
of Mrs O A M MeKlmmte eKlmmle at the theRockmgnhm theRoeklftgnam theRockhigm
Rockmgnhm by a man who said he was wasa wasa wasa
a a stepunde of a man who answered answeredthe answeredtJte answeredthe
the description and who lived at WO jlJ Das DasMoines DoMoines DesMoines
Moines street northwest near tM the theof scene sceneof teeneo
of o the accident accidentThe ItccldentThe accidentTbeyoung
The Tbeyoung > young man was well dressed Beth Beththe Beththe Beththe
the motorman and conductor said he was waslying waslying waglying
lying on the track trackPRETTIEST trackPRETTIEST trackPRETTIEST
c
PRETTIEST GIRL A SUICIDE SUICIDEPittsburg SUICIDEPittsbnrg SUICIDEPittsburg
Pittsburg Beauty Fearing Arrest ArrestShoots ArrestShoots ArrestShoots
Shoots Herself in Head HeadorgeM Headl ReadForges
l Forges orgeM Employer Xame for Stl400 Stl400iLfll 14OO 14OOand lOOunll
and Substitute Paste for 1OOO 1OOODlamondM lOOUnlnmoJ1lIH i0O i0Oflhitnsonds
DlamondM in His Rings RinfrsPittsbinrs RingsPlt RingsPlttsburg
Pittsbinrs Plt bnv 1fiJPa Ps Dec 7 ilUss Miss Ethel EthelFarver EthelFaMcrtilntyfte EthelFarYer
Farver FaMcrtilntyfte twentyfive years rs of age com committed comnaltted cornfldttOdV ¬
mitted naltted fldttOdVsuicide suicide in her ber apartment in the theElslnnre theEIslnKe theElsiirwe
Elslnnre Craft avenue at t 3 oclock as ajsDetective 8SDtteeU asDetective
Detective DtteeU George Cote was Y nS seeking ad admittance admittAnce admittance ¬
mittance in order to place her under underarrest un underarrest er errrest
arrest for forgeries for rles aggregating S1400 1400 and andth ftndtM andthe
th tM theft of diamonds worth 1000 1000The 1000 1000The lOOOThe
The victim victim was considered the most mostbeautiful mostbeautft1I1 mostbeautiful
beautiful and bestrdressed btostdr sed girl irl in Pius Pittsburg Pittbu Piusburg
burg bu and for a time was a nightly vis visitor visItor 15 15itor ¬
itor at the th most fashionable cafes In the thedty theelt thecity
city elt usually Uftlly being accompanied by some someof someof someof
of the most wealthy and prominent men menIn metlIn meiIn
In the city eft being much sought after on onaccount onaccuunt onaccount
account of her unusual beauty beautyMiss beautyMiss beautyMiss
Miss Farver with her mother Mrs MrsAlice MrsAlice MrsAlice
Alice Attle came cam here from SteubonvIHe SteubonvIHeOhio SteuhenvtileOliki
Ohio about two years ago For the past pastfew pastfew pastfew
few weeks they have been living In the theElslnore theElsinore theElsinore
Elsinore the girl being employed emplo ed by byArthur b bArthur byArthur
Arthur Span a beauty doctor and who whomade whomftde whomade
made his home with them themToday themToda themToday
Today Toda Span discovered that his name namehad namehad namehad
had been forged to many checks He ac accused lCeused accused ¬
cused Miss Farver He also demanded demandedthfc demandedtbt demandedthe
the return of two diamond rings which whichhe whichhe whichhe
he loaned her She gave him the rings ringsSpan ringsSpan ringsSpan
Span later discovered that the diamonds diamondshad dl diamondshad monds mondshnd
had been removed from rom the settings se settin tlngg and andpaste andpaste tndpaste
paste stones substituted Ho complained complainedto
to the police and Detective Colo went to toplace toplace toplace
place Miss Farver under arrest She saw sawhim sawhim sawhim
him coming c mlng and running to the ths kitch kitchen kitchen hitchen ¬
en fired a bullet Into her brain brainThe brolnThe brainThe
The officer broke Into the room and andfound andfound andfound
found her dead deadBaltimore dendDnltlmore deadBaltimore
Baltimore and Return ReturnBaltimore 125 125Baltimore 1 1Dnltlmore
Baltimore Ohio R R REvery REvery HEvery
Every Saturday and Sunday All trains trainsboth trainsboth trainsboth
both ways wa s both days da s except cept Royal Ro al Lim Limited LimIted Limited ¬
ited ItedA
A la Carte Lunch Served Dally Dallyat DnflTt Dailyat
at t Ecksteins from 12 to tl4l 3 1 141S 1 ± N Y ave aveI aveI aveI
I Want What I Want When I Want It Itheat It11at Itheat
heat Ofte Hotwater Hotw ter Radiator does doeS the thetrlcH thetrtcli thetzicli
trlcH Demonstrations 503 ai 9tfc ith st e t
FIRE KILLS m 7 T IN FRAT ERATHOUSE FRATHOUSE FRATIIOUSE
HOUSE AT CORNELL CORNELLEight CORNELLEigl1t CORNELLEight
Eight Others Hurt Hlltt as a Flames FlamesSweep FIanlesS1tcep FlaniesSwcel
Sweep Chi PsMToine PsMToineMMY PSi home RoJneJ RoJneilIA homeMiNYV
J
MMY ilIA MiNYVAOTS Y ACTS OF 01 HEROISM EBEOISMSeveral HEROISMSeveral IThIIWISMSeveral
Several Die or Are re Badly Hurt HurtTiying HurtTrying HurtTiyiiig
Trying to Save Others OthersLittle OtJlers1IUle OthersI Othersi4itliC
I
Little Senior Escapes to inVCUJUPU VCUJUPUbut Cnmpuhut Cnnipos Cnniposbut
but ItiiMhcH Hack Into Seething SeethfnprKamncq SeetJtlnJJ
Kamncq J Fri urnne rsucs to Rescue Hoommate HoommateSucrnmli JtoolnmatSucCul111uc RooniniattSuceunibs
Sucrnmli to In JnJurlCH InjuriesChapter InjuriesChapterhouse jnrlcx Chapter ChapterHonc ChnpttrJonHc
house Snld to 0 He Finest Structure Strneturcof
of It Its Kind in World Demolished DemolishedIthaea DemollHhedIUtMa DentolishedIthaea
Ithaea Dee IA A pall hugs over Cor Cornell CorneU Cornell ¬
nell University tonight AS a result of ofthe orthe ofthe
the worst catastrophe eatMtnt lle la the history of ofthe atthe ofthe
the university the burning of the Chi ChiLodge Chi1iJI Chiti
i 1iJI Lodge early this n ihoraleg orBi g and the theos theoC theVfJVg
VfJVg os of seven lives Property worth 30 30JOO 3 O >
JOO 11 0 was destroyed and the finest ssest fraterni fraternity fraternity fraternit ¬
ty t house e in the world wa IM tactically tacticallydemolished practlcaUydemoltslted practicallydemolished
demolished j jor jof i iOf
Of the seveX HVet eeve men killed six died almost almostimmediately almosttmmedlatel7 almostimmediately
immediately the other lingering g for soy several eVeral soyoral ¬
eral hours Seven were seriously injured injuredThe injuredThe injuredThe
The dead are William FllItam H Nichols of ofChicago orCblcftgo ofChicago
Chicago III a member of the senior seniorclass enlorcla88 seniorclass
class and the son of a wealthy wealth commis commission romml rommlfin comm commales ¬
fin merchant in Chicago He was a amember aIDeIIIber amember
member of many clubs and societies and andan andan andan
an editor of the Cornellian COrneU which is I th thcollege the thee thocollege
college e annual A charred body ha habeen hafouaMl habefit <
been found in the rums ru but it is nut nutyet nlltyet ntyet
yet known whether it I is his or that tha t of ofFred ofFred ofFred
Fred Vf V Greete of East Orange Ora N K J Jwho Jwho
who 00 also perished In the flame flameOliver aa aaOliver flamesOliver
Oliver I L Schmuck Sebmuck of Hanover Pa a asenior asealor asenior
senior and a member of many clubs ant an1very anlv antvery
very v popular among his classmates t He Hedied HIdied H Hdied
died In the Cornell Infirmary within a afew Jw afew
few w hours alter the death of his room roommate roomm roommate ¬
mate m te Nichols NicholsFrederick Ntcbol8Frederldt NicholsFrederick
Frederick W r Greele of East Orange OrangeN OrangeN
N J a member r of the freshman class classMs clUB clUBhis classhis
his body has not been recovered recoveredJames recoveredJames leco nd ndJ811te8
James WeCotcheon of Pittaburg PlU bu Pa Paa Paa Paa
a a member of the sophomore class classsub classsub classsub
sub half hock on the Cornell football footballteam footb811team footballteam
team and very popular among mOB his class classmales claIS claISTbree classmates =
males malesThree matesThree
Three Volunteer Firemen Killed KilledThree KineeIThree KilledThree
Three firemen Alfred C Robinson an anattorney i n nattor nattorney
attorney attor and a member of the volunteer volunteernre voluntetIfire volunteerfire
fire department John Ramsey son of a aprominent aprominent aprominent
prominent hardware merchant and an a amember amember amember
member of the volunteer Are company companyand companyand companyand
and Estey J Landon La foreman of the theEmpire theEmiliA theEmpire
Empire Stale ateJittni Furnishing V ComPlU1ytnd ComPlU1ytnda Company Snd Snda nd nda
a a nicWr mta rr o ot ifii ti volunteer r Are Aramem r depxtt depxttkilted dertmesU1t
mem mesU1t + kilted xl V by the fatting g of ofwM ofthe ofthe
the mJ j wall of f the building white whiteJust whn whnthe whiletheyjxstretching
the theyjxstretching Qteldng 8 hose h06eJust hoseJuniiw
Just Juniiw hew the fire started will pro proably P Pably proably >
ably remfrta n a mystery but at 330 3 oclock oclockS
S SI s Decoap D of New York a sophomore sophomoreand sophomortKI sophomoreand
and KI a member of the Chi Psi was a awak awakened awakened wak wakened ¬
ened by the smell of smokt lie f rushed rushedto
to the door of his rcom but iound joundescape ns nsescape 11iescape
escape cut off Running to th window windowhe wind windhe windowhe
he slid d down the vines 1 s and reuched the theground th thgIOUDd thegromid
ground in safety He hurried to ih ihnearby thJttarb the thenearby
nearby Jttarb fraternity houses ad sent out outthe outUk ou outhe
the alarm It was fully thirty minutes minutesAfter mlnutt3rter minutesalter
After rter the nre fire had started when the de department dePRrtmellt delrtinent ¬
partment reached the scene The campus campusflre camI1 camI1Ire campusire
Ire facilities were utterly utter inadequate ail ailit aIlIt aiIIt
it remained for the city companies to tomake tomae tomake
make an attempt att lDpt to check the conflagra conflagration condagrtlttoo conflagrLion ¬
Lion ttoo but It was too late lateThe lateTile lateThe
The lire started in the basement kitch kitchen kitchft kitchen ¬
en Fanned by a wind from the west westwhich westwhich tst tstwhich
which was blowing bIGwIG easily at forty miles milesan milean milesan
an hour it soon spread all over the tliehouse tu tuhOUH thehouse
house First it climbed the rear stair stairway stairway stairway ¬
way and once in the lower hall baD it jump jumped jumped jumpeiI ¬
ed to the other aide and In a few mo momens mo1laed8 momedi1s
mens 1laed8 both staircases were a mass of offlames offtame offlames
flames flamesBy ftameBT flamesii
By ii the time the apparatus atplt had reach reached re3chtbe ¬
ed the scene the once magnificent tJoeent struc structure structur struture ¬
ture tur watt a mass of 0 names flames Twenty Twentyseven TwentygeeD Twentyseven
seven members of the fraternity fratenalt were weresleeping weresleeping t r rsIeepI
sleeping sIeepI upstairs upstairsAs rs rsAs raAs
As soon as they t awakened a there ther was waswild waswid as aswild
wild confoston loa but the first thought ot oteach o oeae oteach
each eae man ws to save his roommat roommatMany roommatJhtl1Y roommate1liisi
Many 1liisi Act Acts etM of Heroism HerohuuThe IjeroisisiThe HeroismThe
The story of the calamity cannot be bewritten bewrit bewritten
written writ tails In m its full details without tboat a men mention mention mention ¬
tion of the acts of heroism which it itbrought lti itbrought
i brought bt forth Scfamuck sqock a little blue blueeyed blutr blueeyed
r eyed curlyhaired youth of twentytwo twentytwogained twentytwoigwlned twentytwogained
igwlned gained everlasting ev glory by rushing back backinto backInto backInto
into the seething furnace after he had hadonce ha hadonce < l lonce
once reached the outside out8ld4 In a vain vainattempt vainattempt ainattempt
attempt to rescue his roommate r ommate Nichols NicholsWhen NiholW NicholsWhen
W When found his body was so burned and andblackened antlbJaekeBed amidblackened
blackened that it was almost beyond beyondrecognition beyonllrooognitfoa beyondrecognition
recognition and he died within 1thIn a few fewhours fewbouts fewhours
hours hoursStudents boutsStudents hoursStudents
Students from nearby fraternity houses houseswere houseswere houseswere
were foremost In the attempt of rescue rescueMorris rescuei rescueMorris
i Morris Halliday full back on hut years yearsvarsity yearsoarsfty yearsvarsity
varsity football team Charles Goodsheed Goodsheedof
of Columbia Ohio and Edward T Gus Gusson Gusson Gusson
son son of Brooklyn N KY Y distinguished distinguishedthemselves distinguishedthemselves distinguishedthemselves
themselves by deeds of valor Seizing a aladder aladder aladder
ladder they placed it against the wall and andclimbed andcltm andclimbed
climbed cltm over the slippery roof reached reachedthe reachedthe reachedthe
the almost lifeles body of McCutcheon McCutcheonwho McCutcheonwho IcCutcheonwho
who had fallen there after a vain at attempt itttlmpt outtempt ¬
tempt to crawl cr wl to a place pIa e where he could couldattract couldattract couldattract
attract attention attentionThey attentionThey attentionThey
They carried him carefully to the theground theground theground
ground His body was so badly burned burnedthat burnco1that burnedthat
that the fingers of the rescuers sank into intohis intohis intohis
his flesh when carrying carryi him from the top topEddy topEddy topEddy
Eddy Gibson and other members of th thfootball the thtfootball thefootball
football team broke into the windows and andrescued andre5Cued andrescued
rescued three unconscious uncon students from froma
a fiery death deathMany death1lan deathMany
Many 1lan members of the Cornell faculty facultyand tacult tacultand facultyand
and every physician in town were on hand handat handat handat
at an early hour to aid in the work of ofrescue ofrescue ofrescue
rescue or attending the unfortunate unfortunateMany unfortunatMIUQ unfortunateMiisy
Many of the fraternity men had narrow narrowescapee narrowCSCftP8S narrowescapes
escapee Clarence G Bamberger > r of N New NtWork NewYork w wYork
York ork who roomed directly under Mc McCutcheon McCutcheon MeCutcheon ¬
Cutcheon made a rope out of the th b mo moclothing hi hiclothing l lclothing
clothing in i their room and slid from the thesecond thesecODd thesecond
second floor to the ground In safety safetyFall 8iltet 8iltetFnIlN safetyFalls
Fall but Escapes m cnles with Hit Life LifeH IiflH LifeH
H A Uhrlin of ofMUwautee Milwaukee Wis W while wliileclimbing whileclimbing whifloclimbIng
climbing over the tJyt t1 roof slipped and fell fellHe ftllHe fellHe
He landed on a a small balcony and was wisknocked Wtsknocked wasknocked
knocked unconscious The cold air soon soonrevived soonrehoed soonrevived
revived him and finding three sheets in Inbedroom u ubedroom abedroom
bedroom adjoining adjolnl be tied them together togetherand togetherand
and slipped to tb tile ground below belowR belowR belowH
R R R Powers of Atlanta Ga who was wasso WitSso wa waso
so burned that the skin hung in strips stripsfront stripsfrom stripsfrolil
front his fingers to his elbows refused refusedsurgical reurosurgical refusedsurgical
surgical attention until all of the rest of ofthe oftlte ofthe
the men had been assisted assistedMeanwhile assistedMe assistedMeafiwbihe
Meanwhile Me hlle the Ithaca fire department departmenthad dtpertmtnthad departmenthad
had arrived and made a vain attempt to tocheck tocheck tocheck
check the everincreasing conflagration conflagrationIt
It was while hook and ladder company companyNo companyNo companyNo
No 3 was Wft attempting to reach the north northside northside northside
side of the building bundlD that the three fire firemen 11fmen firemen ¬
men were killed They had stretched a ahose 1hose ahose
hose into one of the windows directly directlyunder directlyunder dlrectl dlrectlundera
under undera a gable in the tbe roof when without withoutgOJfTlXUEp withoutO withoutVOuTlNVEP
gOJfTlXUEp O XUEP QN Q THJRP > PAGB f PAO GK

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