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12 2 THE WASHINGTON HERALD TUESDAY JANUARY 1 1907
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We re wish you OU a happy New Year Yearprosperity Yearprosperity Yearprosperity
prosperity and comfort comfortgood comfortgoodhenJthand comfortgoodhcrithand good goodheelth
heelth henJthand and freedom from care careOpen careOpen careOpen
Open half a day to supply any anyNew an anNew anyNew
New Years requisites you oumaJ oumaJhave may mayhave mayhave
have forgotten forgottenD forgot forgottenD en enD
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Or the BEST BESTF BESTSausages BESTSausae
Sausages SausagesIF Sausae Sausaei
F i you YOU desire THE THEBEST THEBEST THEI
IF I BEST theres but one onesure onesure onesure
sure way to get them themorder them themorder themorder
order N AUTH PRO PROVISION PROVISTON PROTSION ¬
VISION COS Sausage Sausageand Sausageand Sausageand
and refuse all substitutes substitutesE7Co substitutesIT substitutesEycom
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you can count on getting the best here hereand hereand
and theyll be served to your liking likingExcellent likingExcellent
Excellent cooking1 cooking1Satisfactory cooklngSatisfactOry
Satisfactory service serviceReasonable serviceReasonable
Reasonable prices pricesSANITARY pricesSANITARY
SANITARY OYSTER HOUSE
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avenue aven e In order to accomplish this we tveare weare weare
are selling out at honest reductions
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FOR WEDDING PRESENTS PRESENTSSets PRESENTSSets PRESENTSSets
Sets are ar composed of Knife KnifeFork KnifeFork KnifeFork
Fork and Steel Very suitable for forwedding forwedding forwedding
wedding presents prtsen ts Selected stag stagcelluloid stagcelluloid stagcelluloid
celluloid ivory antique and pearl pearlhandles pearlhandIts pearlhandles
handles best quality steel blades bladesSets blad bladesSets 8 8Sets
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an electric sign than from fromany fromany fromany
any other advertising advertisingmedium advertisingmedium advertisingmedium
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MR SHAW SIIA SANGUINE SANGUINENo
No Need for Fear Over Coun Countrys Countrys Countl3TS ¬
trys Prosperity ProsperityIBXTEAVAGANCE ProS ProsperityBXTRAVAGANCE eritJr eritJrEXTRAVAGANCE
EXTRAVAGANCE IN AMERICA AMERICACanse AMERICAOnulle AMERICACause
Cause Money Shortage by Consuming ConsnmlnsPer OonHumll1gPer ConsumingPcr
Per Capital More of Everything EverythingThan EerythlngIJanu EverythingT1inn
Than Any 11 IOther Other Uaer People P ple In n the theWorld t11eVorlddmltll theWorldAdmits
World Vorlddmltll Admit That Present Mone Monetary Jlonctary Ione Ionetary ¬
tary System Systemllll Is Defective DefectiveIn De ccthe cctheIn
In noting the overflowing condition of ofUncle ofCnele ofUncle
Uncle Sams money cheats informal informalstatements Informalst Informalstatements
statements st tements of Secretary of the Treasury TreasuryShaw TreuurySw TreasuryShaw
Shaw and Comptroller of the Currency CurrencyRidgely Curr CurrRk1 CurrencyRidgoly
Ridgely Rk1 ely Issued last night point to poe possible poesfbe poebie ¬
sible bie dangers In the coming year yearThere yoearThere yearThere
There is no io occasion n for toraJarm alarm de declares de declarM declarea ¬
clares Secretary Shaw w in InconnneDtl8 commenting at atlength atJeIIgth atlength
length upon the abundance of the theyear past pastyear pastyear
year and explaining In part the reasons reasonsthorefor relUlOnatherefor reasonsthorefor
thorefor Our only anxiety he con continues continues contlnuea ¬
tinues need be lest we fail of faculties facultiesto
to properly garner store transport and andmarket andmarket andmarket
market our multiplied biessmgs ble mP Let Lotevery Let4Wery Letevery
every man be of good cheer and try to tobe tobe
be conservative oon in everything except exceptthankfulness eteeptthAftkfuln excstthankfulness
I thankfulness thankfulnessIn thAftkfuln thAftkfulnIn
In th tM horoscope ha casts of the future futureComptroller fItureCoIIIptroilerRWI futVrComptroller
Comptroller CoIIIptroilerRWI Rttgely says There sms smsto MeIWto neonsto
to be be so far no Indication Indlcti n of any de decrease de deCAlllSe docrease ¬
crease in the activity of business opera operations operat operatloes ¬
tions t tloes which are affording aJfor lD steady employ employment employt employmeat
meat t to all our people and developing the thecountry theCOUfttry thecountry
country in every direction The only onlydanger 8Dl7danrer onlydoner
danger we have to face is a a possible possiblefinancial Ieftnanetal pobkdnaiicftl
financial one and it is very greatly to tothe tothe tothe
the interest of every man in the countrYrlch countrYrich country countryrich
rich or poor that everything eYerTtl lDC possible possibleshould poaIbieMoukl poslh4eshould
should b be tflone ne to improve our financial financialand ftnaftdalaDd lnanckaland
and currency system systemDlwcuss systemDiscuss SteInDieU
Discuss DieU K Money Inuie onl Shortage ShortageBoth ShortngeBoUt ShortageBoUt
BoUt officials o klaJ discuss freely freel the money moneyshortage moneyabortase moneyshortage
shortage Secretary Shaw hints at Amen American Amer1CJa Amencan ¬
can extravagance as one of the causes causesTh ca caThe causcoTha
Th The manifest and admitted shortage shortagehe sbortacehe shortagehe
he says ulla has be been n caused by tIM unpre unprecedented unprecedented unprecedented ¬
cedented prospertt prO in this country and andreasonable andreasonable andreasonable
reasonable prosperity everywhere The Thepeople TIMpeople Thepeople
people of the United States consume per percapita percapita percapita
capita more food more clothes clothes more of ofeverything oteerythln ofeveryUiing
everything than any other people in the theworld theworld theworld
world and when prosperous us they Import Importvery lnaportvery Importvery
very largely largelyIn 1ar largelyIn ely elyIn
In defending the present eat system and in inrecommending Inrecommending Inrecommending
recommending currency reform the See Secretary Seeretary Seeretary ¬
retary says that those loudest in demand demanding demandIng demandlug ¬
ing the exercise of governmental vernmeatal func functions functions functions ¬
tions to prevent ent extortion or disease fre frequently tre trequenUy fretiuently ¬
quently insist t that it is not appropriate appropriatefor
for the government even to attempt to tosafeguard tof tosafeguard
safeguard f the business bu Interests of the thepeople t tple thepeople
people peopleThey peopleThey ple pleThey
They seem to think each one should shouldsafeguard shouldsafecuant shouldsafeguard
safeguard himself ays ys the Secretary SecretaryLet Secreta1TLet SecretaryLet
Let him quarantine his bank and andbusiness his hisbusiness hitbusiness
business and his personal estate against againstan
an epidemic of financial apprehension and andalarm andalarm andalarm
alarm or pay th the penalty They say it itis ItIs ItIs
is time that the people learn the lesson lessonof leROnof lessonof
of selfreliance If a a crash should come comefrom comefrom comefrom
from whatever cause ca factories will close closetheir cIoHtheir closetheir
their doors doors the weekly payrolls will willcease wtUcease willcease
cease and the people peo least responsible responsiblefor
for conditions will be the ones on whom whomthis whomthis whomthis
this lesson of selfreliance will fall with withsaddest withsaddest withsaddest
saddest effect effectSpirit effecLSpirit
V VSpirit
Spirit of Speculation SpeculationIn
In discussing th the matter of speculation speculationthe
the Secretary says saysVery sanVery ys ysVery
Very likely as much money is tied up upin upIn upIn
in options and margins in real estate eatateIn as asin asIn
in options and margins lINU n8 on stocks and andbonds andbond andbonds
bonds It is idle to complain of the in inevitable InevttAble inevitable ¬
evitable The spirit of speculation Is Isamong wamong Isamong
among us and like the drink habit those thosemost thOlemost thosemost
most addicted are frequently r8Q ltly tins loudest loudestin 10udatIn loudestin
in its denunciation denunciationComptroller denunciationComptroller denunciationComptroller
Comptroller Ridgely in urging 1IrP cur currency currenc currency ¬
rency renc legislation legts ton says Perhaps the themost themoat themost
most noteworthy and serious point in the thesituation tMsItuation thesituation
situation on January 1 hOT i as a compared comparedwith comparedwith comparedwith
with previous years YMn is that there has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been a much greater increase In I the vol volume volume volume ¬
ume of business to be transacted < than In iathe Inthe Inthe
the amount of reserve money on which it itis ItIs ItIs
is based basedFurther basedFurther basedFurther
Further on in his hl statement he says saysWhen ayaYhen saysWhen
When there Is a very active demand for forreserve torreaerve forreserve
reserve money in th the banks and at the thesame thesa thesame
same sa time u a demand for currency for forcash forcash forcash
cash transactions it is a very eQ wasteful wastefuluse wastefuluse uteruluae
use of the reserve money to take it out outof outof outof
of the banks either to lock up In the theTreasury theTreasury theTreasury
Treasury or to use as a circulating me medium medium medium ¬
dium for cash transactions trauactloDslreent trauntctlonsIresent transactionsPresent
Present Sy S Sstcii tem Defective DefectiveSecretary DetectiveSecretary DefectiveSecretary
Secretary Shaw ShA admits that the present presentmonetary preantmonetary presentmonetary
monetary system is defective delect1 but says saysthat 8Q5that agysthat
that the assumption that one can be sub substituted substituted substituted ¬
stituted that will be perfect is somewhat somewhatviolent 80IIIeWhatviolent somewhatviolent
violent violentIt violentIt
It is urged ur against the present pre policy policyhe policybe policyhe
he says ys that it places too much power powerand powerand powerand
and authority in one man It does not notplace notplaee notplace
place power or authority with one man manThe manThe manThe
The responsibility rests with dth an antration adminis administration administration ¬
tration No voice was raised n ed against t the therate therate therate
rate bill because e it permits one man manthrough maRthroutb mastthrough
through anInterstate Commerce Commis Commission Commission Commisslon ¬
sion removable at pleasure plea ure and ap appointive ap appointive appolutive ¬
pointive at will to nx fIx arbitrarily If he hepleases bepIeues hepleases
pleases subject to as yet undetermined undeterminedJurisdiction undeterJAtnedJuri8dicUon undeterminedjurisdiction
Jurisdiction by th the courts eour the freight freightrate freightrate freightrate
rate on every product of 80080C09 eooCG8 people peopleThe peopIeThe peopleThe
The Secretary gives the following followingfigures lollowtngfigurM followingflgures
figures for the past six months in com comparison comparllJOIt cornpartneR ¬
partneR with the corresponding < months Jll of ofth o othe ofthe
th the previous year ear A surplus of 25000
000 as compared with a deficit of 8089 S00 S00O ooa
O 000 cash in Treasury oaken 1190000003 1190000003as ISOOOOI ISOOOOIas 000 000as
as compared with 171000000 cash in InnatJonal innational j jnational
national bank depositories depo 150000000 151000000compared as ascompared ascompared
compared with 46OOO 000030 total cash in inthe Inthe Inthe
the general fund MCJIJo 3HOQ90 < 0 as compared comparedwith comparedwi comparedwith
with wi th 124200000 124200000Fur tOOOfOOFor t2OdOO t2OdOOFor
For the last twelve months he gives the thefollowing thefollowing thefollowing
following figures ures Increase of money in inactual Inactual Inactual
actual circulation ao iOIOiOO > OOM03 Increase of ofbank ofbank ofbank
bank capital 1169009009 1M Increase in indi individual Indl1dual mdividual ¬
vidual deposits approximately 1000 UMJO4JOOt1
000000 000000Report 4JOOt1Report
Report Damage Appraisements AppraisementsCharles AltprnlHl111eu1sCharles AppraisementsCharles
Charles A A Baker George W Mow and andGeorge andGoorge andGeorge
George Spransy composing com the union unionrailroad unionrailroad unionrailroad
railroad station grade claims cIalm commission commissionyesterday commlMlonye commissionyesterday
yesterday ye terdllY reported to the District D trtetSupreme trtetSupremeCourt Supreme SupremeCourt SupremeCourt
Court their appraisements appt8l ments of the tl damages damageswhich daJnageswhich damageswhich
which have resulted r gultd to the property proP rty front fronting fronting frontlag ¬
ing on the south side of Massachusetts Massachusettsavenue Ma Massachusettsavenue sachu etts ettsavenue
avenue between een North Capitol street and andNew andNew andNew
New Jersey avenue owing to the change changeof
of the grade of Massachusetts l avenue avenuemade avenuemode avenuemade
made by the District Commissioners in inconnection Inconnection inconnection
connection with the providing of a plaza plazaaround plamaround piaaaround
around the union station stationHotel stationHotel stationHotel
Hotel Manager Sued SnctlGeorgia SuetlGeorgia SuedGeorgia
Georgia Flynn administratrix of Albert Albertriynn AJbertFbnn AlbertPlynn
riynn yesterday entered suit in the theDhtrlct theDktrIct theDktrlct
Dhtrlct Supreme Court against Orrin S SStaples SStaPles SStaples
Staples manager managoro of the Rlggs Rig s House for for1oOoo j
J100GO 1oOoo for alleged damages The plain plaintiff plaintiff plaintiff ¬
tiff alleges aU ges that on n January 12 last Jaat herj herjhusband her belhusband herhusband
husband who 00 was employed at the hotel hotelas hotela j jas
as a carving and coffee man died from al alleged alleged alleged ¬
leged Injuries he received by the explo exploskm ecpIoSiO Cplo Cploslon
skm SiO of a boiler or urn in the hotel build building buildlug j jing
ing E Hilton Jackson and Aylett NIcol Nicolappear Niceappear j jappear
appear as attorneys for Mrs Flynn FlynnIlnAbaml FlynnI1ultlJnntl Flynnlltthband
IlnAbaml Gets Divorce DivorceAn DhorceAn DivorceAn
An absolute divorce was granted by byChief byChief byChief
Chief Justice Claba Ciabtuigh gh yesterday toCharles to 10Charles toCharles
Charles A A Prairie from rota Exaena Prairie PrairieThe PraIrieThe prairieThe
The custody of the child of the couple Is Isgranted Isgranted Isgranted
granted to the husband Campbell Car Carrlngton Carrington Carrlngton
rlngton appeared as counsel for the peti petitioner pettt petitiener ¬
tioner tt ner
Tlandtomc lInnclOl me Art Pictures Picture With WithBk WithBik Itll ItllElk
Bk Grove Butter Coupons M2 2 La L ave aveI
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PURSE FOUND FOUNDMONEY MONEY GONE GONEC
C J Borrough Mourns the Loan of ofl of1tlD
100 100C l 1tlDC D DC
C C J Borrough has received his long longlost longloR longlost
lost pocketbook for which he hos boon boonhunting boontUnttn boonhunting
hunting tUnttn since Wednesday Vedn iiiy but b t he does doesnot doesnot doesnot
not seem glad Indeed when he recovered recoveredit
it yesterday ha acted as though he WHS WHSdispleased wwsdt wiwdlspleasted
displeased dt eued at finding lndn it at nil nilBorrough allBorrough 11Dorrough
Borrough lost his purse containing conta1nlnglevera 53CO 53COseveral 2C0 2C0several
several car tickets sad a Pennsylvania Pormsylvanlnmileage Ponnsylvanlamlle Pennsylvaniamileage
mileage mlle ge book as he was va entering antenn 1 cab cabin oobin cabin
in front ef the Baltimore and Ohio depot depotlast depotlust lepotIItt
last Wednesday Saturday morning I W WStenson WSten WStenson
Stenson on an employe of the company companyfound compttnyfound company4found
found the pocketbook and handed It to rothe tothe
I the officials of the company They The noti notified nollftd notlfled ¬
fled Borrough and he filled with the the joy joyat joyat joyat
at the prospect of regaining rephlfn possession of ofthe orthe ofthe
the purse went to the office to reclaim roch m it itHe ItHe itHe
He proved to the satisfaction of the men menin menIn menIn
in charge that it was W3 his and was given giventhe giventhe giventhe
the custody of It He opened it and in instead Instead Instead ¬
stead of the large roll containing containingwhlcb 3MM 3MMwhich iM iMwhich
which he fully expected eXpe < ted to find he ills discovered illscovered Jlscovered ¬
covered to use his own expression expre ston stonsmall one onesmall onesmall
small measly dollar The mileage book bookwas bookwaa bookwas
was Intact and only one of the car tick tickets tlclteta ticketa ¬
eta was missing but 190 had left the thecompany th thcompany thecompany
company of the owner forever foreverPROPERTY foreverPROPERTY foreverPROPERTY
PROPERTY OWNERS OBJECT OBJECTNew OBJECTNew OBJECTNew
New Jersey Avenue Street Railway RailwayProject RailwayProject RailwayProject
Project Stoutly Opposed OpposedPetition OpposedPetition OpposedPetition
Petition Signed liy I Over Mnotynve MnotynveBe NinetyfivePer Inet c cIJer
Per Cent of Property Owners to toDl toBc
Be Sent to the Senate SenateThe SennteTbe SenateThe
The halt which the Senate oallad lIed en enthe inthe n nthe
the Mil for street railway approaches to tothe tothe tothe
the Union Station which included a fran franchise franch franchise ¬
chise ch for a line on New N Jersey JeIlle avenue avenuehas avenuebas avenuehas
has given time for the property owners ownersand ownersand ownersand
and householders in that section of the thecity thedty thecity
city to express their opinion on the pro proposed propGMd proposed ¬
posed grant grantThursday grantThursday t tThulllday
Thursday Senator Mallory will present presentin
in the Senate a petition signed by over over3M overPIOpelty overproperty
3M property owners against the project projectThis KOJectThis projectThis
This petition represents re K per cent of the theproperty theproperty theproperty
property owners along a New Jeresy ave avenue avenue areflue ¬
flue nue whose interest Inter in the matter they theyInsist theyInsist theyInsist
Insist ought ou ht to be paramount to those Uwseof tho8eof thoseof
of the street railway company In view of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the fact that the section in question quUonerved is isserved Isserved
served by 1 7 two other railway lines The Thepetition Thepetition ThepetitIon
petition Is as follows followsWe followsuWe followsWe
uWe We the undersigned u property owners ownersand OWftenJand ownersand
and residents on New Jersey avenue from fromMassachusetts froanMaaachUlietts fromMassachusetts
Massachusetts avenue to Florida avenue avenuehereby ayeaDehereby avenuehereby
hereby petition your honorable body bodyagainst bodyaplnst bodyagainst
against the building of a double track trackstreetcar trackstreetcar trackstreetcar
streetcar line of the Capital Traction TractionStreet TractionStItet TractionStreet
Street Railway Company or any company companyon
on New Jersey J y avenue as proposed d In InSenate InSenate InSenate
Senate bill 6147 6147We UtiWe i147We
We are opposed to this legislation htgt for forthe forthe forthe
the folio following wing reasons reasonsFirst reaaonsFiI1lL reasonsFirst
First There The is no need of additional additionalstreet addltlottalstreet additionalstreet
street railway facilities in this t t territorythe t territorythe territory rrkorythe
the Fourth street reet line being only one onesquare Oftesquare onesquare
square west ow and the North Capitol street streetline streetline strestline
line two squares aluut east of the avenue avenueSecond avenueSecond YeAue YeAueSecond
Second It would destroy the t appear appearance appearance apponrasice ¬
ance of a beautiful residence avenue and anddriveway allddrive anddriveway
driveway drive when it has been the policy lOIle of ofCongress orConcre ofCongress
Congress a to keep them free from rail railways raJlwaYL railways ¬
ways waysThird waysThird
waYLThIrd
Third This avenue is a beautiful drive driveway drlveway driveway ¬
way leading < directly from the Capitol to tothe tothe tothe
the northwestern section of the city and andthe lndthe andthe
the Soldiers SOIdIe Home Park The other good gooddriveways gooddriveways
driveways drlveA 1I in that direction already have haveetreet havenmt haveetreet
etreet railways railwaysFourth railwaysJourtb railwaysJourth
Fourth The trees wo would W be destroyed destroyedwhere duoedwbere destroyedwhere
where it was necessary to widen the ave avenue aveDue aresue ¬
Due also the beautiful park between I Iand Iand Iand
and K streets streetsFifth streetsuFittla streetsFtth
uFittla Fifth We honestly boDe believe that a street streetcar atreetcar streetcar
car line along a the avenue would OUhl greatly greatlydepreciate lfeaUyftpreclte greauydepreciate
depreciate the value of our property Vsresidences Vs UrMkIeaces is isresldencs
residences and it is practically valueless valuelessas YalueI YalueIas
as business property which would not be beImproved beImproved beImproved
Improved by a street car line lineSixth lineSixth lineSixth
Sixth The Capital Traction Company Companycan ComfMJIcan
can reach the new ne depot by at least three threeother threeother threeother
other feasible f Ie routes which are well wellknown weltkJlO1n wellknown
known to 0 your honorable body bodyNEGKO bodyI bodyNEGRO
I NEGRO REPUBLIC PROPOSED PROPOSEDRepresentative PROPOSEDI PROPOSEDRcprescsitative
I
I Representative nepre cJltnthc Glllewplc Jinn Plan Planfor PlnnI llanfor
I for Settling Settllu Ilucc Troubles TroublesRepresentative TronblesI TroublesRepresentative
I Representative Gillespie of Texas Tex fa favors faI a avols ¬
I vors on a plan for the acquisition of territory territoryin
in Africa hi which to colonize under the thesupervision thesupervisIon
supervision of the United States govern government IOvemmeAt governmeat ¬
1 meat meAt all negroes who desire to leave this thiscouatry thisi thiscouatry
i couatry eou trT Mr Gillespie Gille Jte does not suggest suggestthe sus suggestthe t tthe
the enforced deportation of any members membersof membersthe
of the colored race race but thinks the govern government govemIIIeIIt governiient ¬
ment should j Nil ay the expenses eXp n es of trans transporting tramtporting trantporting ¬
porting to the proposed new republic any anynegroes AllYI anynegroes
I negroes n who wish to go there thereThe theret thereThe
t The Texas Congressman Con e8aman lIftS examined examinedthe examinedthe
the law bearing on the matter and is con convinced C IIvtnced ciavinceti ¬
II
vinced that his plan 1aA is constitutional He Heprobably HeI kieprobably
I probably will introduce a bill providing providingfor proYJdiacI
I for the carrying carryt out of his scheme shortly shortlyafter aborU aborUI shortlyafter
I after Congress reassembles reassemblesThe rea reassemblesThe ombles omblesI
I The idea was net suggested sugge ted to him by bythe bythe
I the Brownsville riot he says nor does he heclaim heclaim heclaim
claim that it is new ne There is no race racehatred racehatred
I hatred in the movement ho said in die discussing dkI dieceasing ¬
cussing it but only a desire to do what whatis whatI whatis
I
I is best for all the races racesNEW racesNEW racesNEW
NEW POLICE COURT READY READYJnilRcs READYi READYJudges
i Judges Notified to Move MOv Into Build Building huh huhhug ullll ulllling ¬
ing Jnst Completed CompletedThe COmltlcteeJThe CompletedThe
The judges of the Police Court were wereterda yes yesterday yesterday ¬
terday terda notified by the Commissioners that thatthe thatth thatthe
the th new Police Court building is ready for foroccupancy foroccupancy foroccupancy
occupancy and they the were requested to toremove torcmoe toremove
remove to it at once in order to cut off offthe ofttbe offthe
the payment of further rent for the tem temporary temporary tornpecan ¬
porary pecan quarters on Fifteenth street streetAn streetAn streeeAn
An additional appropriation is I needed to tofully tofully
fully complete the furnishing furnl8hln of the build buildIng buildIng buildIng
Ing but there is enough furniture on hand handto nandi handto
i to enable the court to perform their neces necessary necessary noonsnary ¬
sary functions The new building bulldln on the thecorner thecorner thecorner
corner of 9 Sixth and D streets was yester yesterday yestcrI yesterday ¬
I day inspected by the Commissioners CommissionersGrand CommlssloncrsGrnneJ CommissionersGrand
Grand Jury Returns Indictment IncUetmentlllI IncUetmentlllTIte IndlctnucntsThe IndictmentThe
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The following indictments were returned returnedby returnedb returnedby
by b the grand jury yesterday Yelter ay in Criminal CriminalCourt CriminalCourt CriminalCourt
Court No 2 Justice Barnard presiding presidingBenjamin prelldfnSBenjamin presidingBenjamin
Benjamin Langston housebreaking and andlarceny andlareen andlarceny
larceny lareen James Carroll housebreaking housebrenkingand
and larceny William Brice alias William WilliamJones WiiiisniJones V III lam lamJonea
Jones housebreaking and larceny George GeorgeSimms GeorgeSimms GeorgeSimms
Simms assault with a dangerous weapon weaponJohn wooponJohn weaponJohn
John Smith housebreaking James JamesJackaon M MJackson MJackson
Jackson and Patsey Locker frauds In Inconnection Inconneetlot inconneet1ot
connection with the issue of pension pensionvouchers pensionvoucbena pensionvouchers
vouchers Jesse J e E Bruden violation of ofpostal ofpostal ofpotl
postal laws tLws Eugane EU Eugpne T Hoover embezzle embezzlement embeslemellt embesslemeat ¬
meat Eugene Eu ene F Drennan embezzlement embesstementRoland ombealementRoI embezzlementRoland
Roland RoI ftd T Thompson false pretenses and andEllen andEUlft andEllen
Ellen Puckett alias Eulallo Puckett Puckettforgery Puckettforaer Puckettforgery
forgery
Sues for Support SupportMaude SupportMaude SupportMaude
Maude L James yesterday began suit suitIn suitIn suitin
In the local courts against Alexander AlexanderSilas AlexanderSilas AlexanderSilas
Silas James a messenger In the Govern Government Goernmont Governmeat ¬
mont Printing Office for maintenance maintenanceThey maintenanceThey maintenanceThey
They were married May 9 1806 and Mrs MrsJames MrsJames MrsJames
James claims that her husband left her hershortly hershortly hershortly
shortly after the ceremony and has failed failedsince failednce failedsince
since nce to contribute toward her support supportAttorney supportAttorner supportAttorneT
Attorney Attorner L Melendez King appears for forMrs torMrs forMrs
Mrs James JamesCourt JamesCourt
Court Authorizes Sale SaleJustice SaleJustice
Justice Barnard on the petition of J E EMeNally EMcNally EMcNally
McNally and H H L Rust trustees yes yesterday yesterday ¬
terday authorized the sale of premises premisesio
910 and 982 K street northwest for 15000 15000Humphrey 1OOOHumphrey
Humphrey R R Wagar made the offer to topurchase topurchase
purchase The court c urt ordered the sals salsconfirmed s1 s1confirmed
confirmed unless ca ca4ijse use se to the he contrary be bfeshown beubtiwn
shown by February 1 next
pRESIDENT RETURNSCODIes RETURNS RETIIRSComes
Comes Home from Holiday HolidayTrip HolidayTrip HolidayTril
Trip to Pine Knot Va YaLOOKS VaLOOKS VaLOOKS
LOOKS FULL OF ENTHUSIASM ENTHUSIASMHiding ENTHUSIASMIUeJlng ENTHUSIASMlUding
Hiding and Walking Main Recren Recreation RecrentIon Recrention ¬
tion Indulged In In InMrs Mrs Irl Roosevelt JlooieveltSmiling RooseveltSmlllnJJourney RooneeltSmilingJourney
Smiling SmlllnJJourney Journey to Washington WnahlnetonMuilc WashingtonMutil Vu l1ll1gton l1ll1gtonJlule
Muilc Mutil on Special Train Without In Incident IncidentAhl ¬
cident citIentAU All Enjoyed Vacation VacationThe YacntlonThe VacationThe
The President and Mrs Roosevelt re returned rc rctum returned ¬
turned tum d to Washington last night from fromPine tramPine fromPine
Pine Knot their lodge In Albemarle AlbemarleCounty AlbemarleCounty AhbemarleCounty
County Va where they have ll ve been having havinga
a holiday with their th h children since last lastThursday lastThurMlA7 lastThursday
Thursday ThursdayMr
Mr and Mrs ra Roosevelt left North Gar Garden Garden Garden ¬
den station on the Southern Railroad at atcfclock atOclock
5 oclock yesterday 8Iday afternoon on a special specialtrain specialtraIn specialtraIn
train and came Into the station in Wash Wachincton Washlngton ruh ruhIncton
incton at exactly e acUy 9 oclock The Preal Prealdents Presldents Presideflts
dents special was as delayed about thirty thirtyminutes thIrtyminutes thirtyminutes
minutes on account of the holiday traffic trafficTheodore trafficTheodore trafficTheodore
Theodore Roosevelt Roo velt Jr Kermit Quen Quentln QuenUn Quentin
tin and Miss Ethel Roosevelt Roo and her herguest hergoe herguest
guest t Miss Landon of New York returned returnedSunday returnedSulldar returnedSunday
Sunday night n t Archie remained behind behindfor behindtor leldndfor
for another day of rabbit hunting and andcam andCIUIHt andimine
cam CIUIHt home with itk his father and nd d mother motherlast mothorJut motherlast
last night M C Latta assistant taut Mete secretary Metet1 aectetar3 ¬
tary t1 to the President and Dr P M MRixey 11Rlxey iL iLRixey
Rixey surgeon general of tit t navy who whoaccompanied whoMCOIIIpaaied whoR000mpanhed
accompanied the President k1ent also returned returnedon
on the special specialThe eeialThe specialThe
The President looked full of enthusiasm enthusiasmand enthusfasmand enthusiasmand
and vigor when he stepped tep epped from his hisca hisCAT hiscar
ca CAT and Mrs ra Roosevelt was tlS smiling smilingBoth smilingBoth smilingBoth
Both of them snjoyed the trip tripJust tripJuat tripJust
Just after the President Pre Went Mrs Roose Roosevelt RoOleyelt Roeseveil ¬
veil and Archie were seated ted in the car carriage carrlap carrings ¬
rings the latter remembered that be had hadleft hadlelt hadloft
left his shotgun un in the car and the car carriage carrI carriage ¬
riage rI waited wal live minutes while btle the foot footman footman footman ¬
man went back found the gun and re returned r rtamed returned ¬
turned it to the owner who smiled lIed trt trtomnhaatly tnompbaBtiy liiumphaniiy
omnhaatly and Aft held it across e his knee kneethe kncetbe knees
s the carriage started for the White WhiteHouse WhlteH WhltehI WhiteIouse
House HouseWhile H IouseWhile
While hI the search was being beia made for forthe forthe forthe
the gun D the President amused himself himselfby hlmltby himselfby
by patting Jt a small black and tan terrier terrierthat terrierthat terrierthat
that Master Archie had in his lap This Thisdog Tblsdog Thisdog
dog was Skip the bear hunter which whichJake whichJake whichJake
Jake Borah gave to the President m mColorado In InColorado InColorado
Colorado last year yearThe yearThe yearThe
The President rode and walked a great greatdeal grtdeal greatdeal
deal The Roosevelt Rooee 1t boys bo shot a number numberof
of rabbits but brought back none of th thtrophies U Utropble8 the thetrophies
trophies of their marksmanship marksmanshipJURYMEN marnmanshlpJURYMEN marksmanshipJITRYNEN
JURYMEN SUMMONED SUMMONEDTo
To Appear nt City Cft > linn to Qualify Qualifyfor QunU QunUor Qualifyfor
for or January Jnnunr Term of Court CourtTh CourtTIM CourtThe
Th TIM following taxpaying UUtpayl citizens of ofthe ofUae ofthe
the District have been summoned to ap appear appear p ppear ¬
pear at the th City Hall tomorrow morn morning mornlug nomIa ¬
lug < at 10 oclock oclock in Justice JusticeCourt Stafford StattorcifCourt B BCourt
Court to qualify as grand Jurymen for forthe forthe forthe
the January term of court Simon D DBranson PB 11 11Bronson
Branson B 12 Fourteenth street Archer ArcherL reMr reMrL rehrL
L Dietrich Metropolis VIew Rudolph RudolphS
a S March 2317 S L street northwest Willy WillyWarster WillyWarster Yllly YlllyWamer
Warster M2 B street William A Mill Mill1W2 Mills MIIb1i02 MillsI
1W2 I Vernon v avenue AJoysfus AJo jarboe Gib Gibson Gib80Il OlbIon ¬
son road Maurice Solomon 714 Eleventh Eleventhstreet Eleventhstreet Eleventhstreet
street northwest north Henry Allen 1410 Four Fourteenth Fourteentb Pourteenth ¬
teenth street northwest Maltron altron Donald Donaldson DonaW8OD Donaldeon ¬
son 133 l Thirtyfifth street John R RWright R RWrlaht BWright
Wright Jr 1337 Tenth street Andrew n4rEw n4rEwHamItoa G GHamilton GHamilton
Hamilton 404 1 Seventh street Sidney SidneyRcisenstem SIdneyRe SidneyBCIZenmeIn
Rcisenstem Eleventh and F streets streetsBenjamin 8tretsRoeenfeld strestsBiaiin
Benjamin Rosenfeld m 12 2 H street Albert AlbertJ
J Sftaw llaw sm Prospect avenue Broadas BroadasK BrcMHI
i K K Aflder 25 Bates street John S S Hlt Hltleary RHlear
lear leary MZ2 Reservoir place WUHam II IIMichael IIMichael IIMichael
Michael 200 2 East Capitol street CharlesE Charles CharieaJ CharlesDemeut
E J Dement SIt 3 Center Market WIlliamWatters William WilliamWalters Wam WamWatt
Walters Watt 90 E street north JIOItbWMt wast Charles CharlesA Cba N NA
A A McElhinny McElblu 417 7 Pennsylvania Pena ytvanJa avenue avenuenorthwest IlYet1ueJIOItbwest avenuenorthwest
northwest James F Sheatm Shea 6ft Louisiana Louisianaavenue Lout8Saa4aveaue LouIsianaavenue
avenue northwest aortb George Q l1Je J Mueller XU8UerPelU 5K 5KPennsylvania N NPennsylvaak
Pennsylvania avenue northwest MCtIteet and wuJoIm andJohn i iJoan
Joan T Phillips PbtU 1233 Twentyfifth utreet utreetnorthwest titrenorthwest utreetnorthwest <
northwest a a aLOCAL
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Roasts and other meats In J H xB 1uscher 1uscherCenter scher uscherCenter scherCenter
Center Market Pth U th st t wing wingXcw wingSew wingNew
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Table dhote dinner 75c T 128 concert concert by byHungarian b bHungarian byHungarian
Hungarian orchestra noon to midnight midnightPark mldAlghtPark midnightPark
Park Hotel Winter Garden Rathskeller RathskellerN
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Holmes HoIm genuine homemade pies The Thecrisp TheCR Thecrisp
crisp CR P flaky crusts are generously filled with withthft withthftcholcesl withthe
the thftcholcesl choicest homeprepared fillings uml umlevery t utntlevery ncl nclevery
every pie is baked just so Mince pumpkin pumpkinand pumpkinand pumpkInand
and other oth r favorite kinds V IC > c Rich home homemade homemade homemade ¬
made Fruit Cake 25c pound Holmes Bak Bakery Bakery Baitcry ¬
ery 1st add E sts stsPhones Phones E 1440 1441 1441Our IHIOur 1441Our
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Magnolia Spn Vnter WaterPurest VnterPurest VnterPurest
Purest and most palatable spring water waterBottled waterBottled waterBottled
Bottled at spring and scaled Pnone M 734 734Go 731Go 734Go
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Best B st 25c lunch in the thecity city 12 to 2 2Great 2 2Great 2Great
Great Bear n rare Spring Sprln Water WaterSold WaterSold YnterSold
Sold In glass glassalwllYs always sealed sealed4 i guls 50c 50cOffice 5OcOtllce 50cOffice
Office 71 7I 11th st st nw Phone M 082 082Orldnnl OOOrhdnnl 50 50OrigInal
OrigInal Pliilndclphin Oyster House HouseIn HouseIi
In Ii 1 our now nowlOme home 1824 14th st at nw H HEllsworth JI HiIIsworth
Ellsworth Sends Prop Positively no noconnection noonnect1on notonnectlon
connection with any other house
Closed Today TodayWishing TodayII TodayM
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Wishing W IS1 h Ing You Y OU a aHappy aappy
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New Year Yearand Yearand
and Many More Moreto MoreII Moreto
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F STUTZS WILL IS FILED HIEDainkex FILEDMakes
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Makes Jlcqne bequests itH to Grace rnce Lutheran LutheranChuruli LuthernnCl1urcll LutheranChurch
Church and SocIeties SoclctlexBequests SocletIlBequests SocIetiesBequests
Bequests of 00 to the English Engll h Lutheran LutheranGrace LutberanGrace LutheranGrace
Grace Church 280 iO to the Sunday school schoola
a like Jlk sum to the Ladies Society and andJ1CO andWl
J1CO 100 to the Young Ladles Society Societyare Soclet Socletare Societyare
are made in the codicil of Frederick FrederickStutz FredertekStutz FrederickStutz
Stutz dated December 30 JCflS 1 3i He devises devisesto
1089 1 to his daughter Charlotte Eber Bberbach Eberbaclt Eberbecli
bach in appreciation of her loving nnd nndtender nndten4er andtender
tender care extending over a period of ofseveral ofseveral ofseveral
several yenm yenmThe nLlhe yosraThe
The will 111 of Frederick Slut dated April AprilI 11111and prtl prtli
I hiS and two codtotta dated January JanU1U7asad
4 and December 20 UK 1 respectively were werefiled wereftled weretiled
filed for probate yesterday The teU teUtor8 te8tator testatoes
toes tor daughter ar are ghrm IIY the household householdfurniture Jaouuboldfurniture householdfurniture
furniture and personal effect elfeeta The Thedaughter Thedaughter bedau
daughter dau ter Margaretha Dieterich is given givena
a life interest in premises llea M3 lCD l Thirteenth Thirteenthstreet ThlrteeDtbstreet Thirteenthstreet
street and 1968 1 1 1 and 1 lilt Eleventh Eleventhstreet Elenftthstreet Eleventhstreet
street northwest and at her death d the theproperty thepropertY theproperty
property Is to be divided between the theresiduary tMre theresiduary
residuary re lduary legatees Certain stock of the theWashington tbeWuhlngton theWashington
Washington National Building Dul and Loan LoanAssociation LoanAa8ociattoa LoanAnsocladon
Association is to be divided between Fred Frederick Frederlck Fredstick ¬
erick Stwtz and Minnie Stutx grand grandchildren anadcAlldrea grandchildren ¬
children of the testator while Louis F FStutz FStutz FStutz
Stutz a son is to receive certain notes notesheld JteealteJd notesheld
held by his h father and nd representing ad advances AdVADCfti admacen ¬
vances made to him himBy himBy himBy
By the terms of the codicil dated Janu January Jvary Jomtary ¬
ary 4 IS 191 the bequests to Fredartek FredartekSttttz lIredltlldtStotz FZedOrIsILStutz
Sttttz Minnie Stutz Ida C Stutz Stutz StutzL Pauline PaulineL
L Kurtz and Dorothy D Stutz are re revoked re revoked noyoked ¬
voked Attorney E E Hilton Jackson fltod fltodthe ftledthe illedthe
the will for probete probateBOOMLET probeteBOOMLET probeteBOOMLET
BOOMLET FOR LODGE LODGEMnMKacItQKettM LODGEJln8fonehuettH LODGEMassachusetts
Massachusetts Senator However De Decliiiex Decline Bedines
cliiiex to Enter Taft Clnx ClnxA ClnxA Class ClassA
A MMchu Massachusetts 1chuMt tt man who cam ca cams to toWashington toWaahtngton toWashington
Washington yesterday brought with Mm Mma
a bootnlet for Senator Sena tor Lodge for Pr Fred Praident Freddent B BdenL
dent With that modesty so characteristic characteristicof
of o New Englanders the Massacitaseus Massacitaseusman
man declined to come out in the open openand openand openand
and permit his Ia name to be shouted ted from fromthe 001nthe fromthe
the housetops He said however that H Hplan HROIIIInate aillan
plan to nominate Senator aiDr Lodge wa U s Ue UeInp be be1Dg belug
lug talked of among Day State pollticteMt pollticteMtand poIIUeIIuMami potIcaswcand
and that a a fallgrown tull v1t boom would wouItllauacbecl he helaunched belaunched
launched in due dueSenator season seasonSenator seasonSenator
Senator Lodge smiled when wh ft the matter matterwas matterwas tt r
was 8 mentioned to him All I want wantsatd WAIlt WAIltate wantsaid
ate h he is is to remain in the Senate If IfMassachusetts ItM IfMassachusetts
Massachusetts M hURtta is willing wt to keep m mthere mthere mthere
there I shall be fully satisfied aatio ed He wa wanot Wai Wainot at atnot
not even en willing wUIID to enter the Secretary SecretaryTaft SecretaryTart SecretaryTaft
Taft class c by announcing annouDdD that 1n In the theimprobable theImprobable theImprobable
improbable event that the opportunity to torun torun I
run for the great reat office were to come to tome tome
me I should not decline it itCHARGES itCHARGES ItCHARGES I
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CHARGES NOT FILED PILEDHalf FILEDHalf
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Half Holiday Delayed Action In InCotton InCotton
Cotton Exchange Cane CaneFormal CnlleF CaseFormal I
Formal F l request rectue t for or a fraud order o der r against againstthe againstthe
the New ew York Cotton Exchange Kxc Kxch zC zfge Je was not notmade notmade notmade I
made at the Postomce Department yes yesterday yeetereSay ye yeterday ¬
terday Representative Livingston of ofGeorgia ofGeorgia I
Georgia who has charge char of the matter matteroverlooked matteroverlooked
overlooked the fact that the department departmentdoeed departm deportmentclosed nt ntcleM I
closed at noon and an did not arrive until untilafter unUltter untilafter
after tter business had bean sueeended su for the theitey tbeay theday
day Mr Livingstons Uvln tonJi plan now is to lay laythe laylite laythe
the case before Postmaster General Cor Cortalyou CortelOU ConLolyon
talyou tomorrow tomorrowOfficials tomorrowO tomorrowOtllcIaI
O Officials lciaq of the New York exchange exchan e have haveasked haveuked haveasked
asked the Postmaster tmuter General to furnish furnishth fumlahtlna furnishtbm
th tlna m with copies of the complaints sub submitted subJrJtted subiritted ¬
mitted to him They are obviously dis disturbed disturbed dietarbed ¬
turbed and even if no fraud order hi is issued Is IsIt issued ¬
sued It te hoped by those interested Intecesteclln in the themovement tMJMTeJneDt themovement
movement that the agitation a tatto which an announcements anftOU ansounceinents ¬
nouncements ftOU eemenu concerning it have brought broughtabout b broughtshout t taJtoat
about will 111 have the effect e < ect of forcing the theexchange theexchlmge theexchange
exchange to take some action toward the theabolition tbeaboQtioa theabolition
abolition of the abuses ab which representa representatives repreIeDtathell repreeutativea ¬
tives of the cotton growers allege to exist existBIG oxllKBIG existBIG
BIG STORE INCORPORATED INCORPORATEDWoodward INCORPORATEDooehvnrcl INCORPORATEDWoodwaril
Woodward t Lothrop Place Papers Paperson Pnperon
on Record with Register Ilegl ter of Deeds DeedsPapers DeedPa DeedsTPapers
Papers Pa rs for the incorporation of Wood Woodward Woodward Woodward ¬
ward A a Lothrop were placed on record recordyesterday recordyesterdaY recordyesterday
yesterday in the office of the register of ofdeeds ofdeeds ofdeeds
deeds The object of the nrm ttrm is to con conduct COftduct cmiduct ¬
duct a mercantile business buaI in the man manner maDner manncr ¬
ner and form usually usuaJl conducted in de department dep tiepartment ¬
p partment rtmeMt stores tore The existence ex of the thecompany thecomp thecoMpany
company comp ftY is to be perpetual and the thecapital thecapital thecapital
capital stock te placed at SliMIM SliMIMdivided St Stdh1de tiIISSdivided
divided into shares of the par value of ofM oClit ofies
lit ies M each It is stated that five trustees trusteesare tnttAMMare trusteesare
are to manage the affairs aff1 nI of oCtbe the company companyfor COnlpaRYfor companyfor
for the ftrst year yearIt yearIt yearIt
It is also stated that by a majority majoritywte majorttyvete majorityte
wte te of the whole board an executive com commillee cornunittee j jmlttee
mlttee of three may be appointed from fromthe frOlltUte frontthe
the trustees Such committee shall have haveand haleand haveand
and may ma exercise ail or any an of the powers powersof powersof powersof
of the board of o trustees trusteesThe trusteesThe trusteesThe
The incorporators who are also to con constitute constitute constitute ¬
stitute the board of o trustees are S S Wal Walter WaIter WaIcr ¬
ter Woodward Alvin S Lothrop Max MaxFischer MaxFischer lAx lAxFlacber
Fischer William W V Everett and George GeorgeN Geo GeoEyerctt
N Everett EvereitLcavcR EyercttJenCR EverettLeaven
Leaven All 11 to WidowThe Widow WidowThe VIeJo VIeJoThe
The will of Charles R Vernon dated datedOctober datedQctober datedOctober
October SI bet was filed for probate yes yesterday yeaterday 0e8 0e8terdq ¬
terday The testator devises his personal personalestate penIO personalestate 1 1estate
estate to his widow wldo Mrs Fannie A Ver Vernon Vernon Vetnon ¬
non who Is also to have a a llfe IIfelnterest lnterest in inpremises Inpremises Inpromises
premises 468 F street southwest and a adwelling adweUlng adwelling
dwelling at Falls Church Va The real realestate reftlstate reelestate
estate < at the death of the widow is to togo togo togo
go to Laura V Montgomery and Ella G GHunt GHunt CHunt
Hunt daughters of the deceased C Clin Clinton CllntQn Clinton ¬
ton James is named as executor e ecutor of o the thewill thewill thewill
will
Telegraphers to Entertain EntertnlnThe EhtertainThe EntertainThe
The Telegraph Club will hold open openhouse openhouse openhouse
house this afternoon at the handsome new newclub newclub newclub
club rooms 72 73 Thirteenth street north northwest nortbt nortbtwest northtwest
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call and bring friends itefreshments of ofthe ofthe ofthe
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FIRE IN ASTOR GARAGE GARAGESevern GARAGESecrnl GARAGESeveral
Severn Lives in Danger AVhcn AVhcnQuantity WIcn WIcnQuantity VhenQunntlt
Quantity of Gasoline Explodes ExplodesNew ExploileoJNew ExplodesNew
New York Dec SI 31Flre Fire in the garage garageof sarageof garageof
of Col John Jacob Astor in West est Twenty Twentyeighth Twentyelfbth Twentyeighth
eighth street today destroyed d 5troed three valu valuable valuable valuable ¬
able automobiles belonging to Col Astor Astorand Astorand Astorand
and nearly cawed the toss of several severallives severalJlv sevnrallives
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of apartments above the garage were werecut werecut werecut
cut off from escape and were carried out outby outby outby
by police and firemen firemenShe ftremenShe firemenSite
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PRNR 1 the t BartM n llcnld llcnldSenator lIeraldfeAtor lietaldsenator
Senator Hoar while returning from fromtrip a atrip atrip
trip abroad a few years before his death deathtook deAU1took deathtook
took passage PL ge on a steamer te mer bound for New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York White hlle coming comln across he became becameacquainted hecameacquainted becameacquainted
acquainted with an Englishman poesess poesessint D06sessIn poeseselng
int In lng a title and a i big pair of binoculars binocularsOn
On coming up the bay in sight of the themetropolis themetropoJls themetropolis
metropolis Senator Hoar was pointing pointingout pointingout pointingout
out the objects of interest as it was v the theEnglishmans theEngU5IImans theEnglishmans
Englishmans first trip to this country countryFinally countoFint1l countryFinally
Finally tho Statue of Liberty Libert hove In Inslpht Insight insIght
sight and on her the Briton turned his hisglasses hisglasses hisglasses
glasses Mr Hoar meanwhile making ex explanatory explnRtory cxplanatory ¬
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Bronze is she said the visitor 1 sf tor Well Wellby Wellby oll ollb
by b Jove If thats the case how on earth earthdoes earthdoes rth rthdoes
does she manage to stan stanth standthe kthe the weather weatherI
I should think she would simply become becomea
a victim of saltair atrophy atrophyShe atrophYShe atrophyShe
She would if she was in any other othercountry othercountrj othercountry
country declared Mr Hoar HoarWhat Hotirhat HoarWhat
What hat dye mean queried the other otherWell otherVeil otherWell
Well said the statesman you see in inthis Inthis inthis
this country of ours Liberty has a strong strongconstitution strongconstitution troJlSconstitution
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represents New Orleans in Congress is a acalm 8calm acalm
calm and unemotional man except when whenpoople whenpeople vhenpeople
people talk to him of Gen Benjamin F PButler FButler FButler
Butler and the Union soldiers who occu occupied occupied occupled ¬
pied New Orleans during the civil war warI warI warI
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recently uOU you were there when Butlers Butlersmen Butlersmen Butlersmen
men stole the spoons spoonsNo spoonsNo spoonsNo
No replied the judge I was away awayfighting awayfighting
fighting in the army but my family was wasthere wasthere wasthere
there What That do you suppose they did to tous tous tous
us They came into my mothers house houseone houseone bouseone
one day when the dinner was cooking on onthe onthe onthe
the stove stoveAnd stove stoveAnd stoveAnd
And stole the dinner I suppose broke brokein brokein brokein
in the friend friendStole friendStole friendStole
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judge They threw the dinner ori on the thefloor thefloor
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