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Option Secured on ttromid roIl11 and the theScheme theSul1eme theSelienie
Scheme Provides for Remodeling Remodelingof Rcmoc1nnof
of BnildiiJff Into Luxurious liiar Quarterlio QtiarteriPn liiarteriis
teriis terlio To lie the Meeting Place PInc o of of ofMembern f fMcmhers
f Mcmhers at the soon Hour HourA HourA HourA
A number 1tum r of rnerehaatfe merella1l wholeaak and andretail aDdretal1 nd ndrett1
retail in conjaneaon c ee uictt with bankers bankersbroker bte btebrokers xs xsbrokui
broker and others ot are aaout to form formcomniercH1 a acommercial Acommt
commercial commt > rc ld club m Waehlnatw W MtIisgt The Theproject T1teproject Theproject
project has been n carried on o quietly for forseveral torsveral forsvert1
several weeks w eks through individual hl effort effortand ettenRnd effortand
and within vit in a few days it te expected the theclub tbeclub theclub
club will be organised organisedThe organbtedfhe organliedThe
The commercial ommE > rcial Club lub of which tfbout tfboutforty bovt bovtftrty t tftflY
forty members have pledged pled ed their support supporthas pporthas epporthas
has bc been < n formed independent t of any of the thetrade thetrade thetiade
trade trade organizations though it contains containsmany contalumany coiitalnzmany
many identified with all of them The Theproposed TIleprOJMNtd Thepropocd
proposed club it te lt understood UD has taken takenan takaan takenan
an option on the Occidental OccW ntal Hotel as the thehome tbeoome thehome
home of the th club ThIs building is well wellsuited wensuited wefisuited
suited to the plans of the organhmUoit It ItIs ItIs itI
I Is the property of the Willard estate and andstand aDdstandi andsiandi
stand standi on Pennsylvania avenue next to tothe totht tothe
the Nw Willard Hotel HotelIf HotelIf ote1 ote1If
If the plans of the club mteriaUse this thtebuilding tblabuildl thisbuilding
building buildl will be leased for a a tena of ofnd years yearsand yearsand
and nd within thln it will III be eatabitehed a cafe cafewhich eafewhich cafewhich
which it Is expected e tecI the buetaesc men menof menof menot
of the city will patronise pat trUfl hle at the lunch lunchhour lunchhour hnehbour
Club Knoma to Be Elaborate ElaborateIn Blnboriite Elabor te teIn
In the rooms of the building bnIldin will be benttfd betittfd behtted
nttfd uj np the apartments of the club in including Indudlnr Ineluding ¬
eluding an assemblyroom Hbrary bil billiardroom bUlilrdroom b111i ¬
1i liardroom rdrm cardrooms and private din diningrooms dIDlngrooms diningroomi ¬
ingrooms to suit It the tI purposes pulll6ot of the themembers metnfmben thenembers
members Of the club clubIt chabIt clubIt
It was stated sta yesterday that it was 1L s the thepurpose thepurpo8e thepurpose
purpose of the organisation Ion to Ihttt the themembership tIM1umbenblp thenmbershIp
membership to 148 The 11telmlHlon admission fee feewin feewill feewl
win be 3 25 and monthly duos uie pf I S will be becharged beha b btharged
charged ha ed With the fund dthus thus obtained K Kin i ij Itis
in j expected the club can fa b maintained maintainedThe maintained1he maintainedPhe
The cafe caf will be placed in charge of a acompetent aompftcnt arornpetent
competent manager mana and the plan of the flttorganisers t1MvrganiR11I theorganizers
organizers is to make it a general eorraI meeting meetingplace meetlDtplace inO tln tlnplace
place for the business bU8 men of ortbe the city at atluncheon atluncheon atluncheon
luncheon and in the afternoon and evenint eveninthours eveidnjhours
hours when they are at letettre letettreThe lel breThe eIshreTh
The Th club will probably organnw with withfifty withfifty JUt JUtfift
fifty fift members membe and increase the roster er to totJie tonit tot3e
nit limit of 1M 1 soon afterward afterwardUant afterwardant afterwardWant
Want ant aieetuicr Iectin Place PlaceThe PlnueThe PlaucThe
The movement ID Yemeat for the formation of this thtedub lhlsdub thislUt
dub lUt grew IW w out of the need felt by the thelmsin tbel th thEsinv
lmsin l uin ss men of providing prorid means for forcloser fordosr foreoser
closer eoser affiliation and of having a lunch JuacbrQOm lunchrQorn lunchroom ¬
room where all could meet at least once onc a aday aJay aday
day < where re they could bring their visiting vI ItiDccustomer visitingcustomers visitingcustomers
customer customers and talk over matters of ol1Jusl ol1Jusluss busi business biflcs ¬
ness and where the commercial spirit spiritshould spirithould
should ren reign supreme The club Iub is to be beurganiaed berganiJled berganiaed
urganiaed on the Hues ll ea which have made madesimilar madesimilar madeimiIar
similar organizations or tIons effective In other othercities otherdtifS othercItft8
cities citiesThe dtifSTh cItft8Thi
The Th date of the initial meeting meeti of the theciub tMdub thetiub
dub has not as yet t been set t but it to ex expected 0t oxpeeied ¬
pected t that it will be within a vfery 17 few fewilays fewIlaS fewd3ys I
ilays There are certain matters with ref reference reter7ieP ¬
erence 1 l to the form of o organisation OI8IU1it the theconstitution tMII theewiatitution
constitution II tltutton and n4 bylaws byIa which btch have Te net notbeen netfSf nets
fSf s been definitely determined determinedet 1hen rniendetialon oj
Sacislon detialon et i ion to reached with reference reI reIOUUeTS ia 1 1m4tters > 1 1matters
matters OUUeTS the charter members will willmailed WIllaflftl ndIla1kd
mailed together t tbr officers elected and a per permanent permauen pernament ¬
manent mauen namentUNION organisation orsan tJon formed formedUNION fonnedUNION
Pressmen Ir Pimn anti PreMnfeeilers Quit Ile IlecaiiMe 11 11n Because
cause < n UMe XonUiilon XoltUn IOn Man Is I Kmployeil KmployeilThe Rmplo itztployEi1The d dThf
The union pressmen and the pressfeed pressfeedfrs
frs rs employed at Byron S Adams printing printingestablishment prtnUqpstablf printingtablIment
establishment pstablf me t walked out yesterday yest y after afternoon afternoon after11oon ¬
noon TM 1Ie > trouble tnt1 bil had been brewing for lorsome fornme or orsme
some < tithe trine and t ejtnte orne to a cKnnuc yester yesterilay sterda yedterilay
da ilay when the employer r refused CU8elt CU8eltduUg to < Ua Usharg Uaharge
duUg > harge a nonunion eomposttor who whowordng was wasworJUng w wworJdng
worJUng with union press pteMen pteMenBot preasfsdersBflt rtederi rtederiBoth
Both Bot h the wnpteyer Mliploy and the t employee employesare
are 1 rt obstinate and the strike promises prom te tei t tbf toiPf
i bf iPf > e of soaie duration durationWEATHER durauonWEATHER durlionWIATHER
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ltmir llml tumpetatiun t ture f at 8 p n was S rtBrer betow betow11lft aero aeroTluT m mThtie
TluT 11lft will bt rain or ormow mew TharwMiT Thuv4a in New NewKigUnd N NEagland NMcEand
KigUnd and the Lake nrfou and Upper Uptra1Iey T XMpf XMpfValley iIIMIIppi iIIMIIppiaU
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the North Pacttc 8UUO except eee nnrt on th the eaMU eaMUIn tIn n nIn
In the Northwest ttw Oentral We Welt and the Snrth Snrthvr stIIIHt Smthwrst
IHt < vr > t t6e t weather will be raenUJ anienur fair Thuraday and
hiday riday y OfCr the esatem atsrs poroea poroeaib portioR of < u uthe nr nrLbc
ib the weather atbel will probably isy dear Friday FridayIt
It win continue cold Thursday in the Northwest Northwesthnd Northwehnd CII nftItnd
hnd nd extreme Centnl West Nt followed by iWoK riIiDKJ1tratufe tem temperature teesperattire ¬
perature Friday Frida eoHef Thnrwkr in ate tM Upper UIJI Mh MhMssippi It Itbsippi Mteissippi >
Mssippi and Lower Ohio T ftlht lkrs and Western fMtna Upper UpperUkc VpptLakt Uppertmke
Ukc region and ooMer Friday ta the Lake nsim nsimthe rrPMtill ioea ioeathe
the Eact Ea add Sooth SoothThe SoatItibe Scesthhe
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fresh northcM to met on the Middle IIddls and Sooth SoothAtlantic SwtAtlantic SeathAtlantic
Atlantic eoaats light to freak easterly on the Kaat KaatUnlf KatL ItnatiuIf
Unlf L l1lf ooMt DRht to freah ae IMI UMMt to south sout on OftWfSt the theWest dieVeet
West Veet Gulf eoait fre freIII ft stmtbertr 8Ntbed1Dd ihIftis MSt to westerly westerlyind westerlymd
ind Dd northweateriy and on Lake Michigan aa fresh to tohriak tmalt tetnsk
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Thursday alrt alrtMteiserg 1A 1ASteamer
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Ms t Ip iJr iOO OftO000 th4OThe t10 t10The v vThe
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with wlt a surplus of t 5250i00 OO 8 in InITnited jlJe jlJeUnttri the theUnited
United Stales SUit Treasury the iiiutl tti Re Receipts 1t 1teelpts mreijits ¬
ceipts being at4I t64fllf 4i1 lliY und tho r ttUal ttUalexpedlturN tijaI tijaIexpenditurea al alexpenditures
expenditures St3 U3UUOS U4S 1 OS For t tntottth the theth themoleth
ntottth th of December corrected flwre flwrefor fi fIurdsor n nfor
for or which were t given out ut by the Treas Treasury TreSur Tioeaul ¬
ury Department yestenlny the th roc rOOlpts rOOlptsfrom roCeiptafrom lpls lplsfrom
from all sources were ISS129i and andthe ARdthe antithe
the expenditurec 4t8I7 41175 41175Tlte 4SU7UThe SI SIThe
The ajuount ount of national bank notes notesin not notIn notesI
in I circulation on December Dec mber 11 was wasW91S24 wan6iC24
W91S24 6iC24 S which was a an increase Increa e of oCUa12Z ofU24ii
5524 Ua12Z SI 22 during the year utA 1e4 To Tosecure ToRcure Toiecure
secure Rcure these notes and deposits of pub publie pubUc public
lie funds Cunei the national banks had on ondeposit ondeJKa81t ondeposit
deposit with the United nited States Treas Treasurer reasUIfr Treanurer ¬
urer at tbe date named bonds agjrre1 agjrre1gating a gre gregat4ng re rega
gating ga D < 7SSMSt4 of which i115 i1151M 5491 4L1 4L14i 5 5were
1M were 2 per cent consols and 71 714SS2SC 71iSS25 7145LU
4SS2SC were State city and Rd railroad railroadbonds railroadbonds railroadbends
bonds bondsSUES bondsSUES bendsSUES
SUES UNIVERSITY FOR 1200 1200Evniis 1200Enn 1200Evans
Evans DemnnilK Settlement S < ttluent from fromCorrcKiionilence froIuCorreNJIOJlllence fromCorrespondeitee
CorrcKiionilence Orjrnnlnation OrjrnnlnationWilHam OrJnnlrn OrgitnizatlonWilliam tl n nWilliam
William S Evans began suit in the Die District Dtstrict Dietrict ¬
trict trict Supreme Court yesterday against Inat the theIntercontinental theIntero theIntereentinental
Intercontinental Intero ndnental Correspondence Corre ponclence Univers University UnIversIty thilversKy ¬
ity incorporated I under UDd the District lawa lawafor aws awsfor Yo I Ifor
for the recovery of 1 L with S per Cent Centinterest cewlb OsatInterest
interest interestEvans b InterestEvans teH8t teH8tEvaRS
Evans allege that on JulyOS lul ItV a 3J he hebought heboeght
bought 1MMIght twelve shares res of stock of the neil university 1NtIverslty neilvergity ¬ I
versity company for SUM9 11 tiS vvlth the under underi understanding D j jstalldtD
i standing < that the amount be paid back to tohim tohim I Ihim
him within one year if b bit should elect electto e eloett I
to t demand Its return evans han claims ctal as he hedemanded hedemanded I
demanded the return of the money and andinterest aAdJnter andInterest
interest t a number of times but t that it itwas ItMUI itwas
was refused him every ery time timeBLACKBURN timeBLACKBURN timeBLAGKBUR
Gov Glenn Is Disposed to Prose Proseou Proseante 1 1oute
ante ou te Him HimOonErrcaMiiinn HimOongreAHmGn HimCongressman
OonErrcaMiiinn AftMertn oIertfil that mt Reflec Reflection Refl Ilefiections e eHonM ¬
tion HonM on the Governor overnor Were ere ereUuniIthorlzell creUnn i iUiiahthnrlzcil
Uiiahthnrlzcil Unn ihorlzcel by If Him HimRaJelgrh 111mRaJeI IlliciRaleiib
RaJelgrh ta K C Co Jan 2 2The The TheUonal TtaeUoaal sousa sousational
Uonal cAwtroversy c iitroieroy between pon onrese onreseneal resa resamaii reseK
neal maii JS Spencer Spe Blacktfura Ia 1ekWur kWUr bad A GOY GovRobert GOYRtJlert GowRbert
Robert RtJlert B Glenn growlnf giowfn ro out outW W al alinga alingaLions 1 1tlona lega legations ¬
Lions published pul l he4I In a number of news newspapers newpen newspapers ¬
papers pen last Sunday Sun a reached the white whiteheat whltebeat whiteheat
heat stage this afternoon afternoonThte atternool1ni8 afternoonnil
nil evening eV nlllg it had simmered 5hu rH down downto downto downto
to the question whether heUter the Congress Congressman Cresai Congresseisa ¬
i man would comply with the governors governorslatest geeraorslatest governorslatest
latest demand demaR41to to publish a public re retraction rltraetl ritraetlen ¬
traction traetl or disclaimer of the assertion assertionattributed All8ertloattrtbutflld anertlonettributeet
attributed to Blackburn that the gov governor govethor v vnor ¬
ernor nor exercised partiality In voting Yotl on ORthe onthe onthe
the selection llel tlon of text books puUah PUftUahbT puhilahed puhilahedby d dby
by certain taln book companies for use h hthe Iii Iiithe a athe
the public schools and that the book bookpeople bookPfOple bookpeople
people in cohsideratkHt thereof fur furnfehed Cr CrD furnfrhH
nfehed D IIH money JII to to aid in hi electing e U Rich Richard Iichand lcb lcbAtd ¬
and X N i Hackett who defeated defM ted Black Blackburn Blackburn Blackburn ¬
burn for reelection el Uon in the Eighth Xt bth die district d18trlct dietrict ¬
trict trlctBlackburn b bIiiackbisrn
Blackburn who is in Greensboro this thlaafternoon thisanernoon thinafternoon
afternoon furnished to State Solicitor SolicitorBrooks SolicitorBl8eu SolicitorBreska
Brooks who w had a warrant for crlml crlmlnal rrlmlnal rhlll rhlllaal
nal libel issued I for Blackburn by order orderof orderof
of the goverftor the following followingThe tonowtn tonowtnf following1The
The f statement tat DlfOnt in last Sunday morn morning mornInSit mornlags ¬
ing lags papers concerning eoncernln the notice of ofmy ofmy ofmy
my content upon oei Mr 1 r Hackett JI 1d and the thereflection Uleft thertdecti4a
reflection ft UtlJMlft tipori Coy genn Ienn is Qvltott Qvltottmy fwSU fwSUJR IW1LbnIth IW1LbnIthieiy
my JR atdaoa a60iJbD1 a60iJbD1I a60iJbD1noUee aIidioeiffbn tfl n 1 3 I notice to hint1 hint1ftlffned 11 11813nH hlcaned
caned by 1J TnTJf t lf wiH ffI be sufficient ft fbl fblpublic fbrpublic > t tpublic >
public scrutiny eruUn > Thus far any an signa signature IIIKnatuFt cignahire ¬
tuFt appearing pNl rte in the papert rt purport purportIn pVp pnrpbrtlag rl rlSn
In lag g to 1 be > mine Dtln 1s 1A a forger for r In the thenotice tbfOnfltke thenotice
notice of my contest eon test which hlck I have is issued 18suecl issued ¬
sued there will m be found no suggestion suggestionof
of corruption on the part 6f Gov GovClenn GovCtnn CoyGlenn
Glenn The notice will speak for it itself Ittelt itneif ¬
This Th statement Jltatem nt however does not notappear notappear notappear
appear to satisfy Gov o Glenn who bo to tonight t tnlgt tnight ¬
night intimated that if the newspaper newspapermen newspapermen newapupermen
men stick to their story Blackburn BlackburnwiU BlackhurnwiU Blackburnwlfl
wiU be prosecuted prosecutedSolicitor prosecutedSOUltor prosecutedSolicitor
Solicitor Brooks Br o stated < tonight tont t that thatBlackburn thatBlackburn thatBitkburn
Blackburn said to t him I today that the thestatement tMstattment thestatement
statement was all the work of the thenewspapers thenewspapers 1 1DeWJNlpe
newspapers and an that he had nothing nothingto
to do with it itGov LOOY It Itcloy
cloy Glenn intends Jitl efag t to Gfeetts Gfeettshoro Ofeendbore te tehoro
horo tonight where It t i 1M said Nt he will willappear willappear m maptar
appear before the grand rAaCt Jury tomor tomorrow teMOrrow toaserrow ¬
row and ak for Blackburns lUaeklnr indict indictment Indictment indictmeat ¬
ment mentThe mentTbf meatThe
The governor today declared that thateither thateither thateither
either be should be Impeached by the thelegislature thet thelegislature
legislature t Jatur which meets next week or orBlackburn orBlckburn orBldckburn
Blackburn should be sent to Jail I Iintend IIntend IIntend
intend to have h e the charge fully Investi Investigated InfHlat intestigtesI ¬
gated at he h iu said I hare nothing fotlih to tohide tobide tohide
hide The public is entitled to know knowevftrything knowtv6rYUti knowdverythlng
evftrything tv6rYUti Dg I will Ill bring a criminal criminalaction crhftinlacUon criminalaction
action not for money i but for proper properredress properredrtS8 properredress
redress redressThe redrtS81hego8rnor redressThe
The 1hego8rnor governor telegraphed tel rapbed Solicitor SolicitorBrooks SolieltorBrookll oieitorBrooks
Brooks to arrest Blackburn and ad to cm cmploy cmpkJy etaploy
ploy Edward I Justice Ju t1ee to t assist in the theprosecution thoprOleCuUon theprosecution
prosecution prosecutionSecretary prOleCuUonSccretnr prosecutionSccretziry
Secretary Sccretnr Sflid to He ReMponsililo ReMponsililoWashington ReJllpol1UloVuhIn ResponsileloWashington
Washington VuhIn t ft newspaper neWp lp r men who
handled the story appearing ppearlu last Sun Sunday Sunfla7 Sunday ¬
day morning are prepared to testify testifythat teUfjthat testifythat >
that the communication purporting purJtOrU to tobe tobe tobe
be from Blackburn to Mr Hackett and andcontaining aBoontalninS ansicontaining
containing the assertions objected to toby tolIT toIcy
by Gov Glenn was furnished them themSaturday thelllSatriay themSaturday
Saturday night by Blackburns secre secretary s seeretary re retary ¬
tary taryIV taryv taryv
IV v P 1 Pumplirey Funeral Tomorrow TomorrovrThe TonlorroWThe TomorrowThe
The funeral ot William P Pumphrey Pumphreyformerly PUMJ Purnphreyfmeriy lrey lreyt
formerly t merlY first lieutenant of Company Companythe M Md MVthe
Vthe d the National Guard whd died yester yesterday youterlay ester esterdAy ¬
day will take place e tomorrow afternoon afternoonat
at 1 oclock from the family residence residenceits lWJklencens
its 4l Seventh street southeast The fatal fatalIllness fatalIllness fatalIllness
Illness of Pumphrey was the result re of an anabscess Anab anabscess
abscess ab on the brain This was cAused cAusedby c cby euseuj1y
by a fever contracted during the Cuban Cubancampaign CunCAJftlisn Cubaneanpgn
campaign when hen he was M s a member of Ute
District DJ tr t volunteers whRteersrItI1l1rnWlnJ voiwuteeraWithdrawing volunteersWlthilravrlnjr
Withdrawing Coal Land LandSenator LnIHIHsnator LazidsSenator
Senator La i Follette is preparing pret1 preparingto a Mil Milto binto
to withdraw 1thdra w from sate all coal and andmineral CImineral ansimineral
mineral hinds in the public domain His Hisidea 11 11UIea tis tisIdea
idea is to lease the tb theIands lande 1 g and to secure securea se i ia
a royalty from each ton of coal and Sat each eachbarrel eaebbarrel eachbarrel
barrel of oil oilLadies 011 011Ladies oilLadies
Ladies Household and Personal PersonalBank PersonalBank PersonalBank
Bank Accounts Acc nts Are AreInvited AreInvited AreInvited
Invited Invitedt InvitedAMERICAN
t I
Brownsville Affair to Come ComeDp COlneI ComeUp
Dp I in iii Senate SenateFIGHT SenateFIGHT I IFIGHT
aicCumber MeCum < her Service Pension Hill May MayHe MAyBe UI UIDe
He Readied UCllcltelII1ouHe llonse to Tale rnle Up UpCriuii UpCrummeker UpCrunipacker
Criuii Crummeker pucker Hill on Orders Barr nnrrIn DnrrIn Barriiig
In iiig Certain IcrNOiiK from the U Use UlleoC Useof e ej
j of the United States Malls MallsTHien lUnllR1e MallsWhen
When 1e Congress reassembles today todayat
at soon the atmosphere ulll Bpltere around r untl the Cap CapItjl ClIJ1tJI Cnpit
Itjl it will II be heavy with good resolutions in inregard Innprd Inregard
regard to work Yesterday a group of ofSenators ofeDaton oftenuttori
Senators talking among themselves had hadtheir hadtheir tad tadtheir
their attention called by one of their num number ntJmhfr aiimtier ¬
tier to the fact that today wag wa Thunder Thunderand Thuridnyand fJ1urldft7and
and it was the customary practice to ad adJoan adJtMIIJ adbun
Joan over from Thursday Tbul8da to Monday 1lon61 hr lirorder hrnter hrQrder
order nter to rest up and properly observe tho thoSabbath thoSaltbRth theSabbath
Sabbath Instantly there was wa a chorus cJtftruRof c tor8of chorusof
of proteetations against wasting any mere meretime mortUift moretime
time this tb session sessionWe cegalonWe 011 011fe
We fe want more I John Weeksy e Galneses Galnesessaid OIlJnosuhi Gaiziosansaid
said hi one Senator At least this thl ses session sa saTIM melisa ¬
lisa sionThe
The programme for todays t dars work is issubject Iswbject Isnubjeot
subject to some gueatwork 1otk In all prob probability pr prdiiability b bblllty ¬
ability it will not be peeslbie to keep the theSenate theaate theSenate
Senate aate from considering the Brownsville Brownsvillecase Brownnmaad Brownsvillecane
case and Senator Forakers orakers resolution resolutionordering refiOluttononterln retuohitlonordering
ordering < an investigation tbw tl8atlon by the Senate SenateCommittee Se ltte ltteCommittee t tCommittee
Committee on Miiiury Affairs with withpower withOwr withpower
power to send for persons peno and papers will willbe willbe 111 111be
be adopted wkbo without t any formidable op opposition lpIJQIItloo OptIon ¬
position tIon Several Senators hare Spent th threcess tha tharCe tbeirecess
recess I preparing speeches pue Among l1IOng l1IOngare these theseare thereare
are Senators Foraker Spooner and Cut CulberMnt Cuttenon Cutberon
tenon berMntTh beronThe
Th The onHnished business bMn before fore the Sen Senate Senate Seaate ¬
ate te the bill introduced by Senator SenatorLa SaalorLa SenatorLa
La Follette te promote the safety of em employes emPIo etaploysa ¬
ployes PIo and travelers trav on railroads by urn limiting IImItIn urnlUng ¬
lUng ItIn the hours of service rvtee eC such em employes emioye eiuployes ¬
ployes Last June under unci unanimous con consent conIleal costcent ¬
sent Ileal this bill was taken up anti Mr MrLa 1I1rI MrL
I La L Follette by a vigorous t rou tight 1t bt cute succeeded SMCfftIed cuteeroded ¬
eroded in forcing rord a nnanlmouficoitsent nnanlmouficoitsentagreement unaabnoeott unanimogscosseuutagreement
agreement t that on January W 10 at 3 3oclock 3oclock 2oclock
oclock there should be a vote on the bill billSharp WlIShnrp billSharp
Sharp Fight F1 ht Promised PromlNedThe PromlMedTINt PromisedThe
The measure re as a originally introduced Introsluedlprovided introducedprovided C Cpnvtded
provided that when th the Interstate Com Commerce eoInerce Cosametce ¬
merce Commission found on investiga investigatkw hivestigatiout tyeetlptIoa
tkw thai any railroad company was wasworking wasworkt wasworking
working workt its Men unduly long Jon hours the thecommission UMcomon thecommison
commission should have power to fix the thehours tMboun thehours
hours of duty for fortthe vine tbe men of such a aroad AIOIUJ aroad
road and also the interval between th thruns t truM the thecuR
runs cuR or tours to of duty The Committee Committeeon CommJtt CommJttOft
on SW Education and Labor to which the theMM tbfObill thehiM
MM was referred r tftred struck out all of ta taoriginal t tor1 the theoriginal
or1 original oaI bill wu and pr prucedd c dd to Jlx th thhours the 11Mboon thebears
hours of duty te t net exceeding txeeeei sixteen sixteencOftstcultYt tfxt tfxtttft ltxteeicotecth
cOftstcultYt ttft hour heart la the Senate S t Son Senator Sftator Sontor ¬
ator tor Gallhnjer O In the Interest of 0 em employers eato empIO3lets ¬
ployers offered o er amendments provMing provMingthat pnMcIlnJtJaat provS4Iuithat
that m tn case of unavoMable accident or oract oract oract
act of r God or an accident resulting from froma
a cause not known to the carrier or Its Itsagent Itsallent itsagent
agent in charge c of such employe epl ye at the thetime uUme thetim
time tim be left the terminal t or by unknown unknowncasualty uakDOwneaualt7 unknowneasualty
casualty occurring occun1 before he started on onhis OftbN onhis
his trip the employe should b be prevented preventedfrom JKyentedfrom preventedfront
from reaching < Ms terminal bea1 the law lawshould 1Avahl Jeiwshould
should ahl > uld not apply Amendments were wereAlso weretlso werelao
Also lao offered requiring requlrl that the employe employehettM pmployehave employehave
hettM have at taajt eight gat bouts utsegs s rest relltt br brpweeniiiays b btweentPtYs
pweeniiiays t ys or ot run runfhmng 1JIIPS r t i
Pining the holiday recess a conference conferencewas conf conftrenewas rence rencewaa
was held at Chicago Ch between the repre representatives reproentatfres ¬
sentatives taue of the raflwar ndlWQgantloM jWnptoaPJW or organizationa r rganisations
ganisations and the railway manHgers mft S of ofthe ofthe I
the West W Ht for the purpose on the pan panof 1M inertof rt
of the latter to t9ecure secure an agreement reement that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the bill should be be recommitted for fur further furthor ¬
thor hearings The railway men would wouldnot wouldnot Ould Ouldnot
not agree a to this and instated ln on the Hd Hdvantage Idvantage d dvantase
vantage they enjoy y under the unanimous unanimoueconsent urlAnlmo urlAnlmoe unanimousconsent
consent e llRnt agreement a fnt tot a vote on the theItth the11th the10th
Itth A vigorous Yl OIW8 effort will ilt be mad insu1notwithstanding madX madXnotwfthstandhig madJIOtthtncJht
notwithstanding JIOtthtncJht to have the bill recom recommitted rfloCOmJIIttttel recommuted ¬
mitted and ti bitter flght ht t is promised promisedover proml8edOVEl proenleedover
over it It ItS
Service S rlc PenMloiiM Postponed POltpnnedtor lustpoiielSenator PostponedSena
Sena Senator lor McCumber hue given notice that thathe thatbe thathe
he would today after the routine morning morningbusiness morningbuelneee morningbussinessmore
business bussinessmore move mov to t t3k take ke up his bill giving givinga
a pension to all persons who wh served In the thearmy t tarlbY thearmy
army or navy during the civil war ninety ninetydays alftet alftetdayz hIflC7days
days or more ad who have hft ve readied r ed the theage tbea theago
age a or f slxtytwc slxtyt From sixtytwo IIxlyt wo to toMiy see sevirty seeent7
Miy irty the pension HOp te 11 l a amonth amonthtl8ll1Mveaty month monthfrom monthfrom
from tl8ll1Mveaty seventy to seventy ventyfte five M l over overseventyfive oerMVfntyftv overseventyfive
seventyfive 539 10 All persons nIOns now n w receiv receiving ree fT fTbag h hhug ¬
bag JHtd5loft8 Missions are re not Included under tlltd r tile tlifeterms tU tUterms tileterms
terms of the McCumber lcCum r bill billNe binNe blUNa
Ne tfefiniie eftnUe programme ramlM is before b rur the U
House but it Is expected eX eet that Representa RnprntAttw ThtpreheAttius Representative ¬
tive Crumpacker will get up his bill to toprovide toprowe toprovide
provide for a Judicial review r e of orders ord rs ex excluding x xclud3 x xcludhig ¬
cluding clud3 persons from the use of the mails mailsThere mill moiheThere Is IsThere
There te no appropriation bill r ritR rait afljt 1 to be betaken betaken betaken
taken up in the House While the Dis District Dl Dltrid Distilet ¬
trict bill is I practically completed compl ted by the thesubcommittee theubcod theubcofmItte
subcommittee ubcod mIU it has not been n gone ne over overby overb overhI
by b the full Committee of Appropriation Appropriationand
and o will not be reported for several daya
i in all II probability probabilityThere probablillyThere probabilityThere
There are no appropriation bills ready readyfor ieftdyCor readyfoe
for consideration in the Senate although althoughthe alth althoughthe ugJi ugJitbe
the legislative and executive bill came cameover cameover cameover
over treat the House before fore the U holiday holidayGAINES holldllYreceM holIdayrecess
recess receMG4INES
Golnpr After A tier Coiifre COII Congressiiien reJllmen Kinen Who WhoSOldier VIioSoldier VitoSoIIUer
Soldier lie Declnrex DeclnrexJohn Deeln Dec1arciJohn relC relCJohn
John Wesley V ler G Gaines ines Representative Representativein
in Congress from Tennessee says the thesoldiers thesoldiers thesoIdiot
soldiers of the House Hou must come to totime toarne totime
time for he is after ACt r them At the theWhite thehite theWhite
White hite House yesterday y terday morning Mr MrGalnes MrG8fn MrGa1ns
Galnes G8fn s expressed prH8td his intention to press pressfor pressCor pressfor
for passage ge his bill providing for fordocking Cordocking fordocking
docking the pay of members absent absentfor absontCor absentfor
for any cause except illness illnessA s sA
A few men in Congress are doing doingall doingal1 doingall
all the work he said Many of tho thoothers theothers
others ar are away practicing law or orfishing orftabing orfishing
fishing or looking after the interests interestsot
ot some om 1Ite dirty trust or other Stich Stichmembers Stichmembers Stihmembers
members as John Sharp Williams WilliamsSereno Iil1litmsSereno UUams UUamsSereno
Sereno Payne and J R R Mann Inn are arewfertfed aroI arewbrkud
wfertfed 1tr to a frazzle and the thing has hasgot hasgot
I got to stop There must be no more moreof moreof moreof
of this soldiering soldieringInjnreil fMldl soldieringInjured rI
Injured While CleTThliij CleanlJl Revolver RevolverWhile U ResolverWhile oher
While cleaning a small revolver last lastevening lastevening lastevening
evening at his home bom 1410 Pierce Place Placenorthwest Pht Pinenorthwest e
northwest Johnson Scott aged twenty twentyeight twentyoisht twentyeight
eight was shot in the mouth and very verypainfully verypainfully Qr QrMlnfully
painfully wounded Scott WitS taken to tothe totM tothe
the Freedmens Hospital where he re received ttJIvfd reecalved ¬
calved Ivfd medical treatment At tho hospital hospitalit
it was found that the bullet had torn out outfour outfour outfour
four of his teeth The doctors announced announcedlast nnnouncedJast announcedlast
last night that although the man was wasseverely wasseverely wziaseverely
severely wotinded he was in no gVoat gVoatdanger grootdanger great greatdanger
danger and will vnl recover r goon goonExctipcd soonEscaped on onEKcupcll
Escaped Lunatic CduRlif CduRlifPaterson GdugltfPatereon C uglii ugliiPaterson
Paterson N J Jan 1 tJoseph Joseph Mottade Mottadewho MnUadewho Mattadewho
who eseaped ese pOO from the Morris Plains PlainsAsylam Pl PlbinsAsylum Ins InsAylum
Asylum last summer called eal1 d at the county countyjail countyjail countyjail
jail yesterday to see his nephew who ho is isaccused Isaccu Isaccused
accu accused ed of RH gn4flIeter l meter ter thefts He was wasrecognised wasrecogni wasrecognid
recognised recogni by Daniel Bergen a keeper keeperand keep keerand r rand
and locked up upIncreased up upInereatc upIzicreased
Increased Inereatc ll Pay Pa for 2000 Men MenWaverly JlenYaverb MenWaverly
Waverly N Y Jan tThe The officials of ofthe ofthe f fthe
the Lehigh Valley Railroad today tod an announced artDOunetd azinouneOd ¬
nounced that 2010 fi OOO employes rnplo es in all depart departments pcpnrtouts departmoats ¬
moats outs would recerrd rec an tin Inflfeasg tn 1ndre r o of f 10 par parcent pElrcent percent
cent in wages to take tUk effect eti dffectibftiorfow ct1o bifldrfOW tl rrovt
DENATURING NOT STARTED STAETEDManufacturer STARTED31nnufacturerll STARTEDManufacturers
Manufacturer Are Slow In TakIng Taking1Up TakIngUii Takingllli
Up Sew ew IrirfWtrjr IIi1ui IIi1uiTho iziiAistryThe 7 7Tho
Tho Industry of denaturing aleehol I bol un ualcr unll Undor
lcr < the authority of the new nil n statute statutewhich 8tatul 8tatulwhleh statutewhich
which went t into effect ffct rr t ye Nlrdty trdty lias liassrortedof hot ftotstartedroir hotstartedtoff
startedroir with as much ze zeal l as was ox oxpected or orpeeted o opecteci
pected by the Commissioner Comml loner of Internal InternalRevenue IJtemaIRevenue IpternalRevenui
Revenue < A A new bureau to deal With With the thesubject thesubject thesubject
subject has b been en created In the Treasury TreasuryDapar TreasuryDopttrlmen TreasuryDepartment
Dapar Department Intent t and a chief and ten assist assistants as lstftuts S145tfints ¬
ants are nr patiently waiting WIlltln for th the de denaturing d dn donaturing ¬
naturing n turlng to begin The bureau has been beennotified beenuotlfied beenuotifted
notified by about a dozen manufacturers manufacturersthat manufActurenUtAt rnanufacturerrtlptt
that they will prevent appflcattoM 8 for forpermlMion forpermlllllon forpermIssion
permlMion to u UH denatured alcohol for formanufacturing fornftnUfuturing formanufauturing
manufacturing But tb the application lmv lmvnot leave htt8not leavenot
not arrived No applications have b been beenr beenreceived n nreceived
received r eled for authority to establish e tabllttft de denaturing denaturIng tierntturing ¬
naturing plants it is expected ex ted that there therewill thlrew1ll therewill
will be b report repor from collector of inter internal IRternal interzini ¬
nal revenue of many applications of ofwholesale oCwhOleJI ofwholesale
wholesale whOleJI le and an retail dealers def enJ for author authority authorIt authorIt ¬
ity It to ue denatured alcohol Up to date dattihowftver datehoworer dat dathowCvv
howftver no applications for bonds Hare Hareboen hltvlboen havebeen
boen received receivedAt receivedAt receivedAt
At the outset oublet the denaturing plants will willbe willbe 11I 11IM
be few and n MCH necessarily ce Artly arily limited to the thealcohol thea1coho thealcohol
alcohol producing State StateNew New York YorkOhio Y YorkOhio r1t r1tOhio
Ohio Illinois Indiana IJM ana Michigan lIchl n and andLouisiana andLeut andLouisiana
Louisiana LouisianaTO Leut LouisianaTO taJm taJmTO
Government O Ofllcinls Leave I enc to Visit Visitthe YblttlH Visittll
the tll DlfttlllcrlCft DlfttlllcrlCftJames DllltlIlcrlellJames DIstIlleriesJames
James Wilson fttaon Secretary of Agricul Agriculture Agl1culture Agilcultare ¬
ture Dr H W V Wiley and Oeorgi H HMcCabc HleCabt irMcGabo
McCabc chief chemist and solicitor re respectively rep respectively ¬
spectively p UYely of the he Agricultural Depart DepartmenU DePArtIt Departrntqit
menU It rntqit nt left Washington yesterday for forPittsburg fortttghurg forPittshurg
Pittsburg and Terre T rre Haute lied where wherethey therethey here herethey
they will make an examination of tile distilleries tUsLllIertes tiletillerles ¬
tilleries in those the cities citietLike cltleLike citiesLike
Like inouhi inquiries s will be made at other etherpoints otherpnlftta otherpoint
points This work is undertaken in inconnection 1ftonnoeUon inonnOetIon
connection with the tb enforcement of ofthe orthe ofthe
the purefood act which htch provides that tMatpackages tBtJMlckagn thatpackages
packages containing contalaln food products productsdrugs ItrOdMetaODu protistetaeletugs
drugs ODu t or whisky blskT shall 11 bear labels l stat ¬
in lug in detail the constituents of the thecontents thecontctntl thecontents
contents of such I products productsCHINESE procluCtaCHINESE productsCHINESE
Reform Association Will Meet on onSunday onSunday onSunday
Sunday SundayOflicerw SundayO SundayOfilcers
Oflicerw O lcerH to lie Blecieil BI iIecledMnny Qtell vjlany lnn Ini Iniportant luiIwrtullt liiiIlortahit
portant QneMlona Will 111 He Taken TakenUp lnkcnUI TnkciiUp
Up UI for DlfiouMnion DlfiouMnionCham nhuuKAloncw JioussionObias
Cham te fewftkeatof and beginning g to tofeel tor tofeel
feel r her strength and if the Washington Washingtonfollowers W Washingtonfollowers toe toefelJowen
followers of Confndus can do anything anythingin <
in the line of rubbing lUblalD the sand out of her hereyes ber8Jca hereyes
eyes and punching puacbl her up p in general they theyare theyre theyare
are re going to do it with much force and amienthusiasm andeathustum andenthusiasm
enthusiasm on Sunday 8unda next On that day dayhi dayhi
hi the afternoon the Chinese Cb1 Reform A Asedation A Alatlolt AcociatIoe
sedation latlolt of this city and Baltimore iltimore will willassemble willassemble ill illaaeatble
assemble in annual conclave at the head headquarters headttrten headqusrters ¬
quarters of the ergaaisattoa US 31 Pennsyl Pennsylvania PetIMJlv Peusesylvni ¬
vania v vni avenue ava for die qie election of officers oGIcersT otereThe officersThe
The T discussion win Win be taken talE up also of ofa efa ofa
a number Dum numb of Important subjects such lAIChlhe as asthe asthe
the boycott of American goods hi China Chinathe ChInatM Cbth Cbthtile
the Immigration question and the aboli abolition aboUUott abolithese ¬
these of the he cue which te regarded by bymembers bymembers i iJDfmben
members of the th be re retir reform association U88dadoaMta as a aSign aSIgn
Sign of slavery fta7 having b been Imposed upon uponthe uJOtlhe uponthe
the he Chinese e by the landt Manchus anchui when the1 the1latter Ute thelatter I Ilatter
latter overran OVecTaa and conquered the Chinese Chineseprovinces CIdR Chinesepro4acee Ne Nepro
provinces provincesAnother pro pro4aceeAnother rlDettt
Another rlDetttjed tfufcject jed ct that lbAt will come eo up for forMiweiot4 forit forMIc
MIc Miweiot4 it othe aiotlte he 4olit4n Wtttfe of footMfeilrf footMfeilrfamong footbIdhiinbnK iltr iltrinm
among inm th the ChI ClilMW wonfen and children childrentne ch len i
the question < UHtlon of putting China on a mod modern modttD needirn ¬
ern foothtfT fooiao so Ja far a nor tie rmr QZ asSl asSlare 4 4are 11
are r concerHed e6nceri tif4Wt ilnd the t Wpla iietitt > trt tIfKJo upon s on 4 4throne ife ifethrone 1fthrone <
throne cf v the tl rlow hewyy y Kingdom K1 pra of the therightful tlMhtful therightful
rightful htful heir thereto Emperor Kuaag Kuaa Su Suand Su Sunet Sutad
and net the dismissal of the Empress Dow Dewager Dowager j jager
ager who holds sway over the Chinese Chinesermpire CldneMplr Chineseumplr
rmpire plr but who te regjuded fd by b the re reformers re rerorrMrs eoforesters ¬
formers as a a usurper of the deepest dye dyeProminent dyePromIMt dyeProminoilt
Prominent speakers ipeakers who ho will Ill discuss discussthese alee aleetbnP dIcussthese
these points and will enlighten the theheathen thebeathen theheathen
heathen Chinee on 0 American methods methodsof
of reform J er 1anci and Its appacatien ap catisn in dringare dringareDer Chta ChinaareDee are areDerU
Dee DerU LI Tea and Lee Jla JIThe The officers Q of ofthe fJthf ofthe
the V uhlngton association U8OcIa on all of whom whomae whomae whomae
ae candidates for reelection reele tton are re tb tbfollowing the tberollo1 thefollowing
following rollo1 Moy Mo Ni Chi Chi president NS Lee LeeChin LeeChin e eChin
Chin Ni and Moy To lAtin ice presi presidents Plidents presidents ¬
dents Ham Men secretary tal7 Lee Ling Lingtreasurer LiotrMeu lAngtroslurer <
treasurer trMeu r Lee To Tel Chung CbUD and Lee Toy ToyInterpreter To Tor ToyInterpreters
Interpreter r Th TM local society Metet numbers numbersabout ndlftMraabout numbersabout
about M9 members and has precedence precedenceOver Pf precedenceOver hCe hCeI
I Over the Baltimore ItimOrd r branch which hlch Is Isbound Isbound ishound
bound by the rules rul of o the organization to tojourney toI tojourney
I journey to Washington ton < for the annual annualmeeting annualIUug annualmeeting
meeting where all questions and disputes dteputesthat dlttput8teat disputesthat
that may have arisen 1Iwn during durt the year are aresettled areettlfocl aresettled
settled and disposed of ofThe ofrbe ofThe
The programme pro which whk has been mapped mappedut mappedoust
oust ut for the occasloit is of such sue great greatlength IIfMt1eagth groatlength
length and importance Ilbp rtan fo that the meeting
Is expected to last through th 1i the night and andoccupy aAttoccupy andoccupy
occupy the greater part of Monday Xondll and andpossibly AndJtOMIbly dadpossibly
possibly Tuesday The Baltimore Bal contin contingent contingent contingent ¬
gent about 250 O hi number will arrive a ive on ona 6 6II ona
a special train and will be escorted f8eOrt to the theheadquarters thehe theheadquarters
headquarters he dqu rt s in Chinatown China town where the thecustomary tbtlcustomAry thecustomary
customary elaborate tla orate dinner will wt be served servedA 8etvfdA servotiA
A report from Baltimore has it that the thecontingent theeonUn thecontingent
contingent eonUn t of that city is trying to cap capture captur captore ¬
tore tur the convention elect < t Baltimore oil officers offlce oilcers ¬
cers ce and remove headquarters to that thatcity thAtcity thatcity
city The Washington members pooh poohpooh poohpooh poohpooh
pooh the idea and they seem to rest sat sattefted Mtshel eatIsdaI
tefted that the Baltimore members will willhave willhave 111 111aTe
have a hard time of it itChin IL ILChin itChin
Chin Yes Y Chan is the tI president of the theMonumental theIonumental theMonumental
Monumental City orgxniaatfoii and lld it is isreported isreported I IrlWOrted
reported that he wants uIls te t be president p sklftnt sklftnttlte of ofthe ofthe
the combined Chine Ch Reform Associationof A5SOC Association ttJonr
of r Washington and Baltimore and wants wantsthe WAntsthe wantsthe
the headquarters to be located k io ated in Haiti Baltimore Ballimor Haitimore ¬
more mor
hearst Faction of o Leaguers Loyal Loyalnnil Ionlonll loyziland
and Ilppiullntc Work rork of Ilcbclx IlcbclxNew JlelJe1J11Nw itebelsNew
New York Jan 2 2A A large number of ofIndependence ofInd ofIndependence
Independence Ind pendence League district leaders who wlroare whor whoare
are r faithful to Hearst Heu t asiembled at the theGilsey theGilsey theGlisey
Gilsey House H this afternoon Justice John JohnFord JohnFord JohnFord
Ford presiding Mr Hearst FI l1Jt himself en entered onbred n nterd ¬
bred the room and wa was greeted with ap applause app1ftuse applnuse ¬
plause He made a speech in which lie liesaid JUtSII liesaki
said SII k1
saidI k1I
I think tho league has It accomplished accomplishedrii6re Bcc8mpHshetlJ accomplishedmOre
mOre J lbre for the people ple of this State in its itsbrief IL ILbrief itsbrief
brief career reer than any party has done for formany Corm formtny
many m ny years yea The league JeA U6 has secured l the thegeneral tbeg thegeneral
general g neral acceptance of many JINl of o its eartH cardinal Nrdlul eartHsat ¬
sat principles and the promotion of these theseprinciples Utes UtesI thoseprinciples
principles principl by the elected officiate of all allparties allIMlrUes altpartied
I parties partiesTake IMlrUesTake partiedTake
Take for illustration IIhl tnLtloti and nd example the themassage themOMRge themnesage
massage which ltieh e Our 3nr Hughes has ad addrcseed Addres addressed
dressed dres ed to the legislature le tvre today In InUmt InU Inthat
that U tt message Mr Hughes demands legis legislative leglshtllve legislative ¬
lative action to compel rompe a recount of the thevotes thev thevOtes
votes v ts cast In the last mayoralty election electionClarence elfCUonCJltrenCt electionCherenco
Clarence J Sheath said before the themeeting theJMeUng theffleeung
meeting that the snap meeting hell at atthe litthe atthe
the Gllsey Gll ey House Tuesday TUelf ay when rhen Max F FIhmsen F1hm FIhmsen
Ihmsen 1hm n was deposed from the he chaJrman chaJrmanship ehstirmftnhip
ship hip of the committee coJnmllt would not hold holdgood ItcJldgood heldgood
good Mr Shearn said Id that the State Statecommittee Statecommittee Statecommittee
committee was made up of 150 members membersand membetsand membersautd
and as leas than thirty members were werepresent Werepresent worepresent
present there was no quorum quorumDeny quorum quorumJell quorumDeity
Deny Jell Fuel Fricl Famine If b Bniieil BniieilTopeka BIIIiellTopeka Ended EndedTopeka
Topeka Kans Jan 1 2The The denial of ofTraffic ofTrAffic ofTraffic
Traffic Manager Blddle of the Rock Isl Island Is1fl Isiami ¬
fl and Railroad that a fuel famine exists existson existson existson
on its lines Jln 8 in Southwestern South stern Kansas Kansasbrings K Kansasbrings nsns
I brings a vigorous protest from citizens citizensof cItizensof
of Mefttie ltleI o It Is charged that not a pOund tfdundof loundof
lof of coal could be purchased in this t1 1stown town townfor totvnfoz
IrOIi for ten days tt ys and thai a a blizzflrfl Would Wouldhave 40lIld 40lIldI u1d u1dhave
have been disastrous It is also al charged ehurgcdthat tfturgcdthat chargedthat
I that tho Rock Ro < k Island confiscates coal coalbilled coalI coalbilled
I billed to local dealers
CANNOT CMi MOVE YE TRAINS TRAINSCommissioners TRAINSCOllUllissionersDeclare TRAINSCommissioners
Commissioners COllUllissionersDeclare Declare Rail EaiLroacls Railroads RaiLioads
roads Are to Blame BlameTEAFHG BJanleTRAFFIC BlameTRAFFIC
Scarcity Searel of o Coal In Vef4t Canned lijFrcljrlit It It11rel
Freight 11rel ht Congestion from Luke InkcIoliitN Ial LukePointsGreater c cJulntGrenter
IoliitN JulntGrenter Greater Scarcity Scnrelt Foil Irolnul nil In InPoint InPolntH inloints
Point Where TIier There < In IV No o Compe Competition d COniieiltioze IUJc IUJctlUon ¬
tition Between Carrier CarrierAccording CarrlellIAe CarriersAccording
Ae According to the report of CommtMkm CommtMkmars
ors em Lane l o and Harlan frh oWM conducted condue ed
sp special elal investigation hew In > tile 4k > tto car short ahortage JIbortAge shortago
age the railroads ntllr ds are Il to blame for
trouble dither because been of lack of appre appreciation appreeitiOn ¬
ciation of the condition e ndltlOn or Inability to tomeet tomeet tomoot
meet the demand placed upon them tbemcommon them as ascommon ascommon
common carriers o rrirs by b the shippers who whohave whohan whohave
have made mAd the complaints to the Inter Interslate IDtff IDtfflltate Interctat
slate ctat Commerce Commission They find findin tllMIIn hadIn
in their report to the President Prell ent made last lastevening lutvenlng lastevening
evening that there has been leas dearth dearthof dearthof deartho
o of cars at points where there is competi competition ensspeuLion peU peUtlon
Lion than at thoe thoH the places piae where there
no competing e mttfting roads roadsIn roaMIn roadsIn
In their t fr report they diaenMed IIe1NI e4 the short shortage aborta shortage ¬
age a < e as It related to the coal famine ta and andthe andthe andthe
the grain situation in the Northwest H8 iasthwect weat
congestion oC trafftc tnt k at A terminate
other oth r questions Queello 8 involved In the lose is
lumber grain raln eotton and coal int
by reason r n of ear shortage shortageThfe shortageThb rta e eThb
Thb commIssIoners have ave found on th thgeneral t tseneral tht thtgeneral
general subject of shortage shorta that great J Jhas
has reHtotteg from the inability InabOlt of
carriers cart1 rs in the Northwest and in
other < part4 per Of the country to move
traffic ready for shipment that the rail rpllreAdR I1JIreadll railroeids
reAdR are making hu bun expenditure
money for equipment enlargement of ter terminal t terminal r rIItlnal
minal facilities and extension Ioa of
to meet demands that tbe t there ought to
Improvements In car service c and the tb oper operation 0 0atlon oeratlout
ation of terminals that there can be im immediate iMmediate immediate ¬
mediate improvement in the switching awttrbi
cars in and oat of terminals tenn that a
clearing cn3 hose would be beneflctal I in re removing re remoYtag memoving ¬
moving the dUOenUy dl lcwlt and that the sug suggested 8USg8lWd auggaMed ¬
gaMed enactment t of a redpre r reciprocal aJ J Jrage dc desusur desusurrage mr mrmge
rage bill would net owe 0 thorlls u tb devils com complained COlDpIaJaed cornplauuued ¬
plained of ofJlore 0 03or ofMoit
Jlore 3or Tlmn rJl n Inch of Cars CnrxReferring CnrlCefen1a CarsReferrtng
Referring efen1a to the latter IaUfllIA Commissioner CommissionerLftfto ComrnissloneT4hi
Lftfto 4hi says The problem to one that is ismuch Islit istautek
much lit deeper and much broader than thaamere a amere amere
mere lack of ears ea and engines The prob problem pr0blemof problein ¬
lem lemof of f ear shortage to we en In which Is in invohred havolnd invotved
vohred every factor m In railroading rail The Theinability ThelbllttT Theinability
inability of the shipper to secure p car carmay earmal carmay
may be but a symptom of a deep deepseated deepseatedand seated seatedand ed edaDel
and organic trouble The real cause aum of ofear 01ear ofcar
ear shortage tMma may 11I8 He hi the too conserva conservative couervait ceneervaLive ¬
Live it character ebaract < of the nuuatnent nLl mandgement lt of the therand tbfd theread
rand d or In too owlkifteM 1ht usuSn and twcOMpetency twcOMpetencyof IA y yof
of its ojXfwWn o oAriafk o1eIa It Ii may How Howfrom lowfrom howfrom
from an hicompreheiurion hkOIIIpr lon on on1 onib lh part of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the directors of the toiM full duty imposed ed by bytew byJaw bylaw
Jaw upon a commoa e lIIInOf carrier It may arise ariseoat ariseout ariseout
out or a policy In railroad operation tlon which whichgives wlltehgives Whichgives
gives primary cpnstderatioa rattOll to speculative speculativestock tlfMCulatlvek speculativeitock
stock k operations It may come from an anInability antJ anIfty
Inability Ifty tJ to secure fndt t fndi te so At 1 itself itselfChat IUeIfthat Itselftbatit
Chat tbatit it can discharge dhohare Its duty dutyA cltatTA dutyAs
A As to the regulation of the utter utterCom Matterom matter matterCommJesiower
Com CommJesiower om Di8 Lane La says saysIf saysIf Y YIf
If the Interstate 1nt tate Commerce COlllllW Cotnml CotnmlitoiyJij Coatmn commiaqulred
itoiyJij n 4 to be ba v s4e4 with JMW T JoaMhe JoaMheriftfuder lie
riftfuder J ivfmllrrh haf W re required r rquiIM ¬
quired upon penalty p to furnish cars ea to toshippers tot toshippers
shippers this t cmnmiwtoH COIDM sho shon M ateo bo botmpVKfrft e8toeII beqnlprete
tmpVKfrft 8toeII to make he rutea ra ruuesfree anor whica whicafree wldela wldelatre
free interchange 1nt hange of cars shall 1 be affected affectedor eCted eCtedor
or Or to require u1re railroads engaging in inter interstate interstate InterState ¬
state commerce to make such rules for forthen fortltf1r fortheir
then own protection and provide for their theirenforcement theirHtfOrctnMnt theirenforcement
enforcement enforcementIlnrlitn HtfOrctnMntlIurln enforcementHarlan
Ilnrlitn lIurln Indorse View ViewComMlaBtofter ViewsComneholueier h JII JIICom
ComMlaBtofter Com Harlan indorses I the views vtewsof vwsel viewsof
of Me colleague C8II H 114 says that both rail railroad railnNt4t tallroeid ¬
road men and aadMtppetS shippers raaoedad that cars carsare canCOft8tantir carsare
are constantly used UMdb by shippers shIPPenhoua8 as Ware Warehouses warehouses ¬
houses He H linda that the delay T of many manydays mAn mAndays manydays
days In setting a car at t the unloading unloadingprint udl udlpetat unloadingpoint
print and m 1ft getting t the loaded car out of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the switching 8wft h district I and on it f hi l way to todestination totIoStbUon to4esthiatIo
destination is often oft not only Dltl unexplained tmexpiainttfbut WlkxlftfCSNt
but apparently appar lltlY wholly inexcusable IM bIe Re itoform Reform Re Retorm
form in most of th these fe mM matters he de declares de declares dodares ¬
clares dares He lie wholly beI In the Made of the therailroad tlMrall4 therailzid
railroad companies and the shipper shipperthemselves 8Idpwtertth shippersthonuselvos
themselves th thonuselvosThe themselvesThe
The commissioners colllmla looe say that whatever of ofcriticism olrlUcism ofcriticism
criticism is to be expressed l against the therailroads theiiiroade
railroads should in justice be tempered temperedby temperedby
by a consciousness of the novel and per perhaps perhp perhapu ¬
haps unparalleled dllncultie dUDcultiM which t hich the theproblem theIHOb1em theproblem
problem of American railroad transporta ¬
tion today presents presentsThe JtMen JtMenThe fleesentaThe
The report pOrt flnds ft iInd that there was AS leas leascomplaint I Ioomptnt lesSoomplafnt
complaint ot car shortage lherta at competitive competitivethan eomPftJUvethan competitivethan
than at noncotnpctitive points pointsThe tOIdtTIM pointsThe
The commissioners eommls loners find that the real realcaMfte reale realcawSo
caMfte e e of the coal scarcity rtlty in North rlh th Da Dakota Dakohl l lhots ¬
kohl was the abundance bunda e of westpound westpoundtraffic 1Ve8t westxtundtrallic ound oundtrat11c
traffic at the th head of the Lakes It Itflnds Ithintis
flnds that there was an agreement a at be between betw betweOn ¬
tween tw u coal dealers to maintain pfk pfkand Jtiicts Jtiictsnd pt1csdad
and nd to boycott alt who M did not live up to toit toIt toit
It it but they say 7 there was no evidence evidenceto vldenc6to
to justify the contention that this tb com combination combination cornbluetlon ¬
bination is chargeable with the coal coalshortage coeuishortage I Ihortaltt
shortage nor that the railroad n ll08d were wr lit inany litany
any way a party to the conspiracy conspiracyOverwhelmed coneplracyOerwltelmed conepiracyOeertvlicjmned
Overwhelmed by h l Grain Crop CronsRegarding Crol CrolReg CropRegarding
Regarding Reg nU the grain situation the com commissioners 00 00mis corntnis1oners ¬
missioners mis loners were W81 surprised 8rJ rl te And that the therailroads theraUrtRtds therilirensig
railroads In tho great grain ral brit seemed seemedto
to be overwhelmed by this years yHr crop cropalthough cropaltbottsh cropalthough
although it scarcely sea lY exceeded ex l that of oftho oCtho ofthe
tho previous year Ac A against this ex excess exC cxcess ¬
C cess stl was the great rNt increase IDCrea hi equipment equipmentGreat e41ulpb1tonlGretH etquiplnentGreat
Great financial llna MM has been b e the result resuKof rHUltof resultof
of this shortage to the entire Northwest NorthwestThe Nortbw NorthwestTh t tThe
The Th commission Omm < s1on also found that prefer preference ptefernc prefereuce ¬
ence nc was AS shown hown to classic cla of freight call calling c cetlilug ll lling ¬
ing for a long lon haul that the elevators elevatorsat
at terminate made no delays in freeing freeingequipment t freeingequipment nt ntequiPIMnt
equipment that the best possible use of ofequipment ofluiMllflnt ofoquipment
equipment Is not secured by a policy of ofoperation ofOPlnttloll ofOperatloit
operation which subordinate time of oftransportation oftntnsportAUOtt oftritasportatloti
transportation to t tonnage transported transportedami tntnttpOit transportedaiwl d dami
ami that willie wl1n improvements under lnd r way wayand wayIlnd wayand
and contemplated will be beneficial bt > neftctal they theywill theywill theywill
will not relieve the needs of the North Northwest Nortbw Northwest ¬
west w t unless the roads pursue a policy of ofoperation oCI ofoperatIon
operation opent tlon aimed specifically elftealb to meet Ut Utneeds the Ultneeds theneeds
I needs of grain raiserS rafcwsOf ntt8 ntt8I raiserSof
I Of the condition in Iowa from car carshortage cari earshortage
i shortage the commissioners coml ts otIfrs find that the thees tbeefjimated theenimated
es efjimated imated loss presented by grain dealers dealersrun dealersrun dealersrun
run from iOO W9 ili to 35 6 W each for the pres present present preseat ¬
ent crop year Testimony received de declares dell1r08 tierlares ¬
clares the commissioners showed that thatso thatSo
so great was the competition between betweenshippers betweenshippers betweenshippers
shippers for cars that minor employes employesof
of many railroads Were 4ere Using this con condition condlU condition ¬
dition dlU n as a means means of petty graft graftDisabled grlltLDJocnhh graftDisabled
Disabled DJocnhh 1 Steamer Towcrf Tow l to Port PortQueenstown PortQueenstown PortQueenstown
Queenstown Jan 1 IThe The British Britishsteamer Brtt18hstmer Britishsteamer
steamer Frankdale which sailed 11M from fromGlasgow fromGlasgow frinnGlasgow
Glasgow on December r 26 for New Nt Yo York Yorkreturned Yorkretu Yorkreturned
returned retu n to Queenstown today having in intow into Into
tow to tho British steamer Linelutien from fromSavannah from fromSavannah rotn rotnSaannah
Savannah December D embor 27 for Liverpool LiverpoolThe LiverpoolThe LIverpoolThe
The Frankdale Fnmk ale sighted the Lincluden on onDecember onD onDecember
December D emher 29 2 about 360 0 miles west of the theIrish theIrlsh theIrish
Irish coast Terrific weather was pre prevailing pr prwiling prerailing ¬
wiling at the time the machinery mchln ry of the theLincluden thelincluden theLincluden
Lincluden was disabled her engine room roomwas roomwas roomwas
was flooded and the coal in her bunkers bunkersadrift bunkersadrift bunkersadrift
adrift adriftI
I Australian Liner Overdue OverdueHonolulu OerllueHunoulu OyeielueHonoluuii
Honolulu Jan 2 2The The Th Ocean Steamship SteamshipCompanys SteAmshipQompn SteamshipCompanys
Companys Qompn s Australian lifter Ventura Venturawhich Venturawhich entura enturawhich
which loft Sydney BdriB Daeambor 11 I for Sa SaFrancisco SlUt SlUtFrftnclsQo SeaFrenclsoo
Francisco via Auckland and nd Honolulu te tethirty Jsthirty Isthirty
thirty hours overdue o verdue here here hereI
I i
Committee Selected Se1c etecl nt Meeting of ofAmerican ofAnierlenu
4 American i r cim RepuTtilcw Ilnrcan IlnrcanAta lJurcimAt IlurcAnAta
Ata At meeting 1 e Un of the governing board of ofthe oftM ofthe
the jQUireauof American A Ij n Republics yes yesterdaf yMItmdaf yestomdat
terdaf a i supervisory s1 pen1aory committee consist consisting conAl consistlag t tIng ¬
ing of Secretary Of State Root chairman chairmanJ
J 2 N Leger Minister Ml awr of Hafti Mti J Domin Domingo Domingo ¬
go 8 Obaldia o Minister Minl ter of Panama Felipe FelipePardo FelipePardo FelipeParilo
Pardo Minister of Peru and Luis Felipe FelipeCarbo FellPfCitbo FelipeChzbo
Carbo Minister of Ecuador was selected selectedThis ielectedThis Ject d dThIs
This te In accordance with the rules for forth forthe forthe
th the reorganizatIon of the bureau made at atthe utthe atthe
the PanAmerican eoftr conference rbCe in Rio d dJaneiro df dfJaneire doJanetre < >
Janeiro last summer Secretary Root is ispermanent ispermanent ispermanent
permanent chairman of the supervisor supervisorboard supervisoryboard > O Ohoard
board The Th other members are re selected selectedby MIfCtfdb selectedby
by b lot a a list of precedent being thus pre prepared pre1M prepared ¬
pared paredThe 1M paredThe r d dThe
The art four on the list I serve one year year4he
4he ei1 second four the next neXt year and no on onThe onThe onThe
The supervisory ory committee held h ld a meet meeting mHtI meetlag ¬
lag I later In the afternoon at which Senor SenorLeger Senorr SenorLoger
Leger r was elected vice chairman and andSenor andSenor andSenor
Senor Carbo secretary secretaryNOBEL aecretalTNOBEL secretaryNOBEL
Diploma and BnilKe Awarded Presi President PrJIIIdent Presidefit ¬
dent Arrive from Norway NorwayThe XornTThe NorwayThe
The medal stod d diploma dlplo nA accompanying accompanyingthe
the Nobel peace prize awarded to Prod President Preldeat Proddent ¬
dent Roosevelt by the Norwegian Stor Storthing Stortbtn Storthing ¬
thing tbtn have been received by tho Presi President Prealent President ¬
dent ent The prise Itself which will con consist ronlilt eonlist ¬
lilt of nearly n dy 9ISiln MUMf in money has ha not yet yetarrived yptarrived yetarrived
arrived The diploma cltJl ma sets forth the th fact factand facta4 factand
and circumstances of the award and the theprize theprize theprize
prize medal contains about JRO 8 of gold goldbearing golj1Htart goldhearing
bearing 1Htart on one side a ba bus relief profile profileof proftlfor prohlitof
of Nobel the founder of the prize and andon andOM andalt
on the other side a representation of two twomen twolIMIt twohem
men hem fighting and a third in the act of ofparting ofJNUtiJa ofparting
parting < them t On the reverse side also are arethe Ie arethe rf rfthe
the wortfs Pro pace et frateratate gen gentium gent1Ut11 gm gmtium ¬
tium tiumAPARTMENT t1Ut11AP tiumAPART4ENT
Frank P Burke Buys Fourteenth FourteenthStreet FourteenthStreet FourteenthStreet
Street Property for 300000 300000IJenl 300000Den 300000heal
heal Den in Nature nture of a Trade TrntJcX L LSansbnry LS1Il LSalisbury
Salisbury S1Il 110 1 a Party Pnrt to toTransaction torranJlinctJon toTransactIon
TransactIon1p Transaction rranJlinctJonPa
Pftpera Pa 1p were signed yesterday T conveying conveyingthe n conveyingthe nv J1ng J1ngtIM
the CutDber1 Cumberland Apartment JIIU t House at atFourteenth atJOwr atPGutrtteeuIth
JOwr Fourteenth street ntt and Maasachueetts JlaM Ieb tt ave avenb aeMMMI aree
nb MMMI e aorUkwesl aertbwea frwn Lester A A Burr to toFrank toJIraak toPrak
Frank P Burke for a consideration ap approximating A AJrVxlJaaU apprualmating
proximating JrVxlJaaU HMQ SS511G The deal deal which was wasconducted W88OODdaetM wasconducted
conducted by P J W Walsh representing representingMr
Mr Burke urke and N L I Saaabury for Mr MrBarr CrBarr Mrflarr
Barr has been in progress ptO for or several severalays lleveralaad severalday
day ays and te one of UM largest transac transactions trat1Met transeethens ¬
tions t made In the city in recent months monthsThe JIIOnthsThe monthsThe
The deal was in the the nature ture of a trade tradethe trade1e tradethe
the apartment apirt Bent house being bft apprateea1 apprateea1at at a avaluation aYaluatioa avaluation
valuation slightly eI t1y under jMMGe SbU In ex exchange oxchange x xclta ¬
change clta Mr Burke transferred to Mr MrBarr MrBarr idrMare
Barr property valued Ta at tMlOeft OSl situated situatednear situatednear ltuat ltuatDear
near the new Municipal Building < Certain Certaindeeds Cftminof Certaindeeds
deeds of trust also figured In the transac transaction tranBaCt traneactine ¬
tine t and the anal payment of a bonus bonusby bonWb bonusby
by b Mr Burke completed the sale 14 This Thisbonus ThisbOnus
bonus te understood und JWtood to have been 90069 0006Ibe 90069The iOllO iOllOThe
The Cumberland eumb rLancl Apartment Hentw He ie iean Isan
an ebjhtstory structure t tl1re erected about aboutfive abouthe aboutlive
five years ago to which hlcb an addition was wasbuilt WItsbuilt wasbuilt
built about twe years een ago a It has forty fortyeight fort fortPl fortyeight
eight Pl ht suites of rooms of apartments and andte andIs andis
Is regarded as one of the t most attractive attractivebuilding aUractlebUlldlft81 attractivebuildings
building of its class claasWAITING cI cIWAITING classWAITING
Decision Uedllloniri infMftfpliliir itit I11iir1Inkes l tJ Jll InUc in1 M i Other OtherIntercut OUtlrIntrcllt OilierInterests
Interests Anxious Anxionnfeus AnxioluI
I ij ak akions fIX
ions t that t the Supreme to hourt ourt hasten to totheir totlMk totheir
their rescue in upholding 1tPhOkH the constitu constitutionality constildtlonality ¬
tionality tionalit of recently enacted reform laws lawsand law lawand lawsand
and especially the employers empl 7rs liability liabilitytew liabilitylaw I Itaw
taw The Supreme Su Court does d not t gen gpoHalt gunislly j jerstty
erstty Halt allow itself to be hurried but the tlitexigencies t theexigencies
exigencies t are tw gr 3rt i that it may mayHsten mylilt mnylisten
listen lilt to the pressing appeals now in inprospect inThe
prospect prospectThe WOBpectFhe I
The decision by rAked States District DistrictJudge DlstrwtJ DistrictJudge
Judge J John J McCali Call at Memphis MemphisTenn M MemphisTeem mPhl mPhlTean
Teem oa New Years Year Day has M caused cauwdmore causedmore u ulDont
more appreheasioa app hto here than any other otherFederal otherFederal
Federal decision deci decisionthan than Judge Humphreys Humphreysdecision Humphrtdeetmon lumphreyedecision I
decision in the beef trust case When WhenDistrict WhtnDi8trtct WhenDistrict
District Judge J Bvaas vnna at Louisville a afew aff afew
few ff days eta ago decided that the employers employersliability employersIlablilty mploYtnIlablUty
liability law was unconstitutional there therewas tberewas therewas
was little surprise Burp in Washington Judge JudgeEvans J JEvana JudgeEvans
Evans has been ft on the administrations administrationslist
list of friendly Judge jud M for some timeBut timeBut time timeBut
But Judge McCallg decision d 18Ion in an en entirely enthly entlily ¬
tirely similar case Is based on etaUaU substan substantially cubstantialty ¬
tially UaU the same ground u The Depart Department Department DepartmOnt ¬
ment of Justice Juettcebael had Intervened In both bothactions ItothRtiOM bothartlous
actions and nd William H Hair special specialassistant specialassIant l lu
assistant u to f the Attorney Att y General had hadbeen badbeeD hadbeen
been present at both trials trialsThe trialsTbf ttlalsThu
The question of appeal has been taken takenup taftn1IP takenup
up by Attorney Attor General Bonaparte but butH butJt butIt
H is te conceded cone that he will favor such an axappeal anaPJMl anappeal
appeal ae A will both the plaintiffs plalatiffsTbe also ateoThe alsoThe
The Interstate Commerce Commission Com is ismuch ismueh ismuch
much iutere interested tffl and it te I said would wouldHke wouldDIIe wouldUke
Hke to jptave the Supreme Court advance advancethe a4nncetile advancethe
the bearing bear1b As A the cases ea were civil ac actions aet1oaa SClions ¬
lions and 1Id the constitutionality ooDtt1tutlon Ut of t the t law lawte lawin Iwis
te in question the appeal can be b taken takendirectly tak4MtdlrWtly inkoutdirectly
directly from the district court te the theSupreme theIMetDe theSupreme
Supreme Court Lawyers think there Is tea Isa Isa
a chance to secure a final decision dect8loRnext by bynext bynext
next spring springThe springThe prtn prtnTht
The question que Uon of States S tes rights has been beenraised Henrall beenraised
raised by It the decisions dttcl of Judges JuCI EVAns Kvansand EVAnsall4 vana vanaand
and McCali Call the latter one of President PresidentRoosevelts PreoMAeutR PresidentReeevelCs
Roosevelts R 8llevelt Judicial appointees Railroad Railroadotnciate JitaltrolldoiBe Railroadodicial
otnciate oiBe are iU elated because it te said that thatif tbatif thatif
if the liability law can be overturned overturnedthe overt overturnedthe r rthe
the safety ety coupler law the law Ill againet againetbbtckHfiUng agalutetblacklIstIng IMt IMtblaekHI
blacklIstIng blaekHI and portions of the rate reg regubttion re reulAtion mgulatlon
ubttion law may y be overturned A search searchof searehof searchof
of decisions Mc encourages the belief that thatthe lbatthe thatthe
the Supreme Court will 111 not declare the theliability theliability theliability
liability law unconstitutional as it has hasupheld baBphekl hasupheld
upheld phekl similar laws upheld by States Stat but butthere IJtrtth butthere
there th can be no certainty about this thisProbably lhlsProbAbly thisProbably
Probably Justice Moody would be quali qualified qualiftH quailfled ¬
fled to sit in the proposed appeal for forwhen forwtHtn foewhen
when the government intervened Int r ned Mr 34rPurdy MrPurdy MrPurdy
Purdy assistant a8lli tant to the Attorney General Generalsigned Gtneralaigned Generalsigned
signed as the governments counsel counselWILL NUn NUnWILL counselWILL
Mrs r Ynnilcruiltf i In Advertisement AdvertisementInvite Alhcrtlcmel1IInltcJIC ttlvertiseiiei1Tunics
Invite Cattlemen to 0 the Sale SaleSan SnItSan SaleSen
San Francisco Jan 1 IMrs Mrs William tJ K KVanderbllt K KYanderbllt ICVanderbilt
Vanderbilt jr will 11 at t Fair ranch near nearKnights nearKnilhtB nearKnights
Knights Landing s sell U at public auction auctionon
on January 10 horses ho bull bullS cows and andoUter anaoUttr antiothet
oUter cattle ttle aggregating ft gattng in all 671 fl head headThis hHdThis hftldThis °
This is announced in an advertisement advertisementinrfUng AdvftttSetDRtInvUn advertisementinviting
inviting InvUn cattlemen to come to the ranch ranchon ranellon ranchon
on that day If they want bargains In Inhighgrade Inhlghgrad inhighgrade
highgrade cattle cattleAppended cattleApjeeded ttle ttleAppended
Appended to the th advertisement advelue eJllls i Is the in information illformattoo information ¬
formation that Uut t there will be plenty of ofgood of300d ofhood
good lunch and a little lower down ap appears apfaIS appears
pears the signature siKJ1atu Mrs W K Va Vaderbttt VJUt6 VJUt6tJtIrWIt Vns Vnsderblit
derbttt Jr proprietress proprietressTMs prclHletrMSfits proprietreSsThis
fits Is the big bt cattle ranch on the theSacramento theSflramento theSicramento
Sacramento River which Virginia Fair Fairinherited FltlrInhrlted Fairinherited
inherited from the tl1 Bonanza king kin There ThereSenator ThftreSnator ThereSenator
Senator Fair indulged his fondness for forcattle torcattle forcattle
cattle and horses and his daughter has haskept haskppt haskept
kept up the ranch ran < h sinr his d dt1th dt1thFOR dth dthOR ath athOR
Particular nttcritlon IH called mIl to tooiir toour toour
our our Ampcloj Punch C1c j qt 250 250pailon 2iOgidlozi = m mJIUon
pailon Claret Iurlt Plinth r riOt 0c qt qt20o qt26b
20o 00 gallon Arrnk Punch 31 1 qt qtSS qtChristian qtChristIan
Christian landers landersQuality
Quality bfi 4L Fha FhaHo Fhan FhanHotzsa
SS 90S 7th St MFh7nI
Ho Hotzsa e I 111 Ca M274
All Al Goods Reduced ReducedWe
We Ve have commenced our ourannual ourannual ourannual
annual January Clearance Sale Saleunder Sal Salunder Saleunder
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