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i i FEAR 10B IOB VIOLENCE VIOLENCEIN VIOLENCEIN YIOLECEIIi
IN RAILWAY STRIKE STRIKEPhiladelphia STRIKEf
f 4 Philadelphia Police Aimed Aimedfor Awnedfoi TIlled TIlledfor
for Traction Fight
3500 MEN ARE AJIOUSED AJIOUSEDDemand ARO TtOI USED USEDDeman S
Demand Recognition Itecotrlutaon from Prcs Prcsident
b bident
6 ident of the Company CompanyArc ConlPtinTAre
Are Ready to Quit Work Upon Order Orderfrom Ortlcrfrom Orderfrom
from Lender IentlerJnmc Jamcs Farley Strike StrikeBreaker StrUeBreakcr StrikeBreaker
Breaker linn 2OOO OJO Men to Take TalceTheir TnlcThclr TakeTheir
Their Places PJnccHOU PlacesOity Olty Firemen Will 1V111Combat Willi VJll VJllCombnt
i Combat Any An Disorder with Streams Streamsof StrenmKI Streamsof
I of TVntcr VnterAU All Unions in FightPhiladelphia Fight FightPhiladelphia FIghtPhtladeJphla
Philadelphia Dec 2 2Thlrtyfhe ThIrtyfive hun hundred hundred hundred ¬
dred street streetmltway railway employes omplQi ompl + es have votedto voted voWdto
to walk out upon the th command command of their theirexecutive theirEixeeuthe theirtiaecutive
executive committee because John JohnParsons B Bftrsons B
Parsons preelflont pre ldont of the Philadelphia PhiladelphiaRapid PhlJadeipblanapld PhliadsipiiIRapid
Rapid Transit Company refuses to die dlscuss discuss
cuss with them theIr grievances grievancesRezin sr grievances grievancesRezln evanee evaneeRezln
Rezln Orr national organizer oC the theAmalgamated theAmalgamated
Amalgamated Association Aseoel tlon of Street and andElectrtc
Electric Railway Employes announced announcodtodAy announcedtoday
today that he used every err moans to tobring tobring
bring about the conference with th the Uteofficials theolncials
officiate He did not deny den however that UtatUlete
there was little hope of success s along alongthat alongthat alongthat
that line and that a strike Is Imminent ImminentStrikebreaker ImminentStrikebro ImminentStrikebreaker
Strikebreaker ker James Parley Farle is here and andhas andhaa andhas
has imported 2000 OOO njen with which to man mantne manthe
the care The strikebreakers strlkebre kers are quar quartered quartered quartered ¬
tered ia Willow Grove Park a pleasure pleasureresort pleosurore pleasurereport
re resort owned by the Rapid Transit Com Cotnpam Comparty Comptll1
party and are feasting tea ting OH the fat of the theland thelA theland
land lA d For the drat time since August Augustthere a athero 3Othere
there was the sound of merriment in the thepnrk
park Some of the men were ere skating on Oftthe
the lake and others while away the time timeplaying timeplo timeplaying
playing plo Ing cards canlAll cardstll
All tll Union Unto s In FightAU Fight I lgbt
1 AH the labor unions of the city have havetaken havetakon havetaken
taken up the tight and declare they will willcarry willCArrJ Willcarry
carry the fight into politics Because of ofthe
f the contract oont ct by b which the city te s it sharer sliarerIn sharerIn SharerIn
In the profits of the company and the thefact lbefact th thfact e
fact that Mayor Reyburn is a director o of ofthe oft ef f
f t the traction company political pressure te tebeing 18being lebeing
being brought to bear upon the directors directorsIt
7 It Is s conceded con eded that there will be a strike strikeunless ItrtkeURle strikeualen
unless URle tI the company comp ny makes concessions In Ineither Ineither I Ieith n
either eith er event et nt it will 11 cost oo l the company not notless notesa no noless t
less esa than 1OOIfIOO 1OOIfIOODlreclor 1000600 1000600Director Lm0100Director
Director Clay Cia of the department of ofpublic ofpublic o f
public safety has increased the police policeforce policeforce policeforce
force force and policemen are on guard gu at all allthe aUtho alltho
tho car bams He has called in ail the there th threserve e
reserve re erve firemen and ordered the Are de department de devrtment d dpertment e ¬
partment to be prepared p pard Jt at t Any time to tobe t tbe
be called c ott1 orf OIttoi or < It y fhalMlrisrnpbyo fhalMlrisrnpbyoHe f aileri QoI1lrip am b vie IO IOHe
t hmMOirr 4
He explained expl lnecl that it was d8 his purpose IwrP IwrPsound t to tosound tosound o
sound a fire alarm whenever whenever there is isrioting IsnoUng
rioting and the firemen under direction directionof dlrecUonof directooof n
of the JH oUee Uce UC will 1D tarn streams of water waterupon walerpon waleupon nr r
upon upon pon the rioters riotersTHREE riotersTH riotersTHREE
THREE TH DROWNED IN LAKE YJATTFSkntcrx LAKESknter
Skaters Break Tlirbujrh Thin Ice Icennd Icenntl Ic e
and Only Onl One IN I Rescued IlcxcncdPlttsfield Itclcucc1Plttsleld RescuedPittsfield
Plttsfield Mats l Dee 22Henry Benry Nor Norris NorrIB Norvie
vie rIB aged a ed sixteen years Henry Ano Anadrug a adrug adrug
drug clerk aged twenty and Miss Alioo AliooMozlener AJlooltlozlener Au AuMozlener co
Mozlener aged seventeen were drown drownWh11e drowned drownedwhile drttwnedwbUe ed
while skating on Onata Lake today todayYoung todayYounc today todayYoung
Young Norris and a boy 00 named Suttle Suttlewere Suttiewere Sutdl Sutdlwere e
were skating together when tho ice broke brokebeneath brokebentit brok brokbeneath e
en
beneath them Norris sinking nlttng alone in inabout Inrl f fr n
rl r about forty feet of water Suttle clung clungto clun clunA g
6 to the edge of the ice until rescued rescuedWhile re rescuedWhile cuedVhlle
While Vhlle the police were endeavoring toobtale to toOb toObtam ob obtain
tam the body of Norris a boy 10 Inform Informthe informed informedthe Informedthe
the officers that ho had seen a man and andwoman andwoman a awoman
woman break through throu h the Ice at ° tho thoother thoother th thother o
other end of the lakeThe lake hikeThe lakeThe
The police went to the spot indicated indicatedand Indlcatedand indicateand d
and found Anos hat floating on the sur surface surface su suface r ¬
face thereby confirming the boys story storyThe stortThe storyThe
The hat was identified The young oung wonted womcfwas WOIllt WOIlltwas wontedwas
was employed in n a silk mill here hereFAST hereFAST
FAST MAIL DERAILED DERAILEDChlcngoNevr DERAILEDChlcnoXen DERAILEDChlengoNew
ChlcngoNevr York Train Huns Unn Into IntoFrclJht Ina InaFreight o j jFreight
Freight Wreck WreckPlttsburg WreckPittsburg VrccJcPlttsburg
Plttsburg I ec eo 22 The fast Chicago ChicagoNew ChlcagoNow ChicagoNew
New York mail train known as No IS ISwas 1Swas 1 1s s
s was partially derailed near Bolivar Pa Patonight Plitonight PaI
I tonight through collision with a a freight freighttrain freighttrain freightrain
train which had jumped the track The Thetwo Thetwo Th Thtwo e
two heavy engines en nes were brought to tostandetill a astandstill astandllt1ll
standstill > ta r o suddenly BUddenl that the ISO pas passengers passen passengers ¬
sengers sen ers were wor were bounced about abou like so many manytoys manyto man mantoys y
toys to s and it hi reported that many were wereinjured wereinjured we weinjured ro
injured < although h the railroad d people rcport re report re report ¬
port that nothing serious happened The Thetrain Thotrain Th Thtrain 0
train left Plttsburg fortyeight minutes minuteslate minuteslate minutelate
late and was w s making up time drawn by bytwo bytwo b btwo y
two fast engines when it ran into intowreck a awreck 8wreck
wreck of twenty freight cars carsThe CArSThe carsThe
The freight was wrecked through the theagency theagency Di Diagency s
agency of a broken rail and part of the thecars thocars tl tly to tost
y cars were plied up in the path of the fast fasttrain fasttrain fa fatrain st
train just ju t as It came round a curve half halfmile a amile amite
mile away awayThe awa awaThe awayThe
The first engine plowed into the wreck wrecked wrecked wrec wrecod k ¬
ed cars and turned over on its side The Thefaecond Thebecond T Tsecond ire
second engine was also derailed derailedTho derailedTho derailedThe
Tho train consisted con isted of five mall malltwo cars carstwo carstwo
two express cars cars and three coaches coachesIt cooclteLIt
It is 1 said that several of the moil elor clerks clerkswcro clerksvera s swere
vera Injured being tossed over the racks racksIn racksIn ra rain eks
In their carsWANTS cars carsWANTS carsf carsWANTS
f
WANTS TO FREE SLAVES SLAVESFormer SLAVESFormer SLAVESFormer
Former Boer General Working for forEmancipation torEmnllelpntlon f fEmnnclpntlon o r
Emancipation in Africa AfricaNew AfrIcaNew AfricaNew
New York Dec 22 2on Gen J I Plenanr Plenanrformerly I ienaa lena r rformorly
e formerly of the Boer army arm Has TiS a aFenger pas passenger paseengor ¬
senger by the American Liner New Yor YorIn York YorkIn YorkIn k
In from Southampton today At quaran quarantine qunranUne quaratine ° ¬
tine he said that he would locture here hereon hereon he heon ro
on General emancipation of tho human humanrace humnnrace hums humsrace n
race He denied at the pier that the thescope Urescope ti tiscope re
scope of hit project was w bo universalHe universal 11nhersnlHe universalHe
He said he wanted to enlist American Americansentiment Americansentiment Amen Amensentiment can
sentiment in tho freeing of the sjavo sJavGSln sJavGSlnAfrIca sav savAfrica cann in inAfrica n a
Africa He would not attempt to fr frthem free freethem frctthem ee e
them all at once He would devote him himself hImsel hi hiself m ¬
self first to stirring the world orJd to action actionon actionon aetl aetlon ° n 1
on behalf of the serfs of the Portuguese Portuguesesection Portuguesesection Portugu Portugusection use
section of Africa AfricaLater AfricaLater AfricaLater
Later after getting some results in t tr this thisline thIsline h1s s
line lie would take up the subjectI subject of
r I liberating the slaves sla vts Of the Congo CongoGov CongoGOT CongoCos
GOT Hughes Improving ImprosingAlbany ImprovingAlbany ImlroinEAlban
Albany Alban N Y Dec DecGov 22Gov GO Hughes Hughescondition HughescondItion Hug Hugcondition her
condition from his recent attack of ofgrip the thegrip thegrip theup e
grip was no worse today tod He was wasand up upand a
and about the executive mansion this aft afternoon afternoon t tcrnoon ¬
ernoon It was not expected pected the governor governorwill gOcrnrw111 govern governwill Or r
will be out for a couple of days da s
i
WEATHER FORECAST FORECASTFor FORECASTFor FORECASTFor
For the District of ColumbiaMaryland Columbia ColumbiaMaryland ColumbiatMaryland
Maryland and Virginia Rain Rainand Rainand Rainand
and wanner today unsettled to tomorrow tomorrow > o omorrow ¬
morrow probably rain brisksoutheasterly brisk brisksoutheasterly brisksoutheasterly
southeasterly winds increasing increasingHERALD increasingHERALD increasingHERALD
HERALD NEWS SUMMARY SUMiMARUPagOfi SUMMAR SUMMARPagos SUMMARYPages
Pages TELEGRAPHIC TELEGUAIJIIOIStreet TELEG2ttIIIIC1Street
1 IStreet Street Car Strike ta Philadelphia Phllat1t1pbloIHungarian Philadelphia1Hungarian
1 Hungarian Premier Victor In DueL DUlllAnotl1er DuelAnother
1 lAnotl1er Another Mine Believed Afire Afire3Gotham Afire3Gotham Afire3Gotham
3Gotham Lid Is Lifted LUtedJVoman LiftedWoman
3 JVoman Woman Confesses Husband a Slayer SlayorS SlaorJDlek SlayerDick
S JDlek Dick to Akl Forakor Forakori Forak6fINews
i INews s < News ows of Maryland and Virginia VirginiaLOCAL VirginiaIOOAL VirginiaLOCAL
LOCAL LOCALSChange IOOALCbanse LOCALChange
SChange Change in the Political PollttcaISlUtlen PollttcaISlUtlenVoman Situation SlttitlenWoman
3 Woman Attacked by b a Negro Negro4Dtotrict Negro4District gro gro4Dl8trIet
4Dtotrict Bills Before Congr CongrN Congrttae Congrttae9Negro
9Negro 9 Negro N o Minister nni ter Scores tho Whites9Churches Whites rhlt rhlt9Chureltes
9Chureltes 9 Churches Have Christmas Sarvioes Svvloes10Dl Ser < daiis daiisloDistrict
10 10Dl loDistrict District trict 119 Years Old Today Today12Chrltitmas Today1Christmas
12Chrltitmas 12 Christmas Dinner for the Needy NeedyENDS Ne NeedyENDS dy dyENDS
ENDS HER LIFE BY GASIttchntord GAS GASRichmond GASIUcJunoJll
Richmond Woman omnn Commits Suicide SuicideBecause SuIcideDecnUHC SuicideBecause
Because of III Health HealthSfMcM HenlthSJMdal Health13nedl
g SfMcM to DIe WMfctogtoe Ilcnld IlcnldRichmond I1wR1chmooo 1ereldRichmond
Richmond Va Doc 22 22In In a fit of ofdespondency otdetpondoney ofdespondency
Q despondency this afternoon Mrs Ella S SFord SFord SFord
Ford of 1801 West Main street commit committed committed commitd ¬
te ted d suicide aulcld by Q turning on the gas 1n fe akitchen a akitchen 8kitchen
kitchen range r ge and sticking stlckln her head into intoIt InroIt intoit
it j It Her body was as found by her husband husbandwho husbamJwho husbandho
1 who w ho stumbled over it In the tyurk ci trk after afterhaving aetel aetelbavlng afterhaying
j having searched the homes of severalrelatives several severalrelatives sev l lIlatlvM
r relatives and intimate friends for r r somenews some somenews IOmo IOmonews
r news of her Her husband Cbarloe CbarloeFord CIrlosFord Chrlosord
i Ford F ord is Ji wealthy MUh contractor contractorMrs contractor11rs contractorMrs
Mrs Ford was thirtyeight years 8Ilrs old OhlShe oklShe oldShe
She < hail boon in n Illhealth for some time timeHer timeHer timeHer
Her family ramlt attribute the suicide to thatfact that thatfact tlmtfact
j fact factEvery
factETer factEmery
Every ETer possible J sslblo avenue for Ute escape escapeof eeniape eeniapeof pe peof
of gas had been tightly fly closed by byUre byUreyoung the theyoung tireyoung
young woman Prior to enoing her life HfeMrs BCeltrs lifeairs
Mrs Ford whose maiden maiden name was Btht BthtSununese JainSummes I51bt5umnrnese
Sununese of Baltimore dressed core onrofully QRrofutlYIU coreully
j fully futlYIU f In her best t clothes cloUt and combed and andbrushed andbl1lilleil raidruised
f
brushed b ruised her hair hairTho hairlhlt hairThe
The womans head was tin re inaldo inaldothe in innidethe ldQthe
I the oven of the stove when her body bOO y was wasfound wastounci wasfound
j found tounci the gas pouring steadily atfadtl into herface her herface herfRee
face There was wa no sign of a struggle struggleCUMMINS strugleCUMMll strtig > s1e
CUMMINS CUMMll S MAY RESIGN RESIGNGovernor RESIGNGovernor RESIGNGOerJ1or
Governor of Town Would Vonl onI11 l Then Be BeCandidate Dednntlhlntc
Candidate for or Senate SenateDes ScnntcDell SenateDee
Des Moines Iowa Iow Dec 21 tGov Gov A BCummfas B BCummins BCummins
Cummins < may resign rgn and deliver the reins reinsof reIMor Wiseo
of o the government Into the hands ltalld of ofLieut ofLleut
Lieut Gov GO Garst who w e te a candidate caJMlldatetor caJMlldatetoriI for j jtbe
tbe Republican nomination for governor governorThis governorTis
Tis This moveT move It is said te being seriously seriouslyconsidered erlou8I7considered aeriouelyonsidered
considered c by the governor us the most mostadvantageous nMHitdvantage facetadvantageous
advantageous dvantage uSt in view vh w of the situation on onthe 01the
I the political checkerboard In Iowa IowaGov 10 10Gov
Gov Cummins would gain a great goal goalby BoatbyrltSlgaI Qoadby
j by byrltSlgaI rslgatas g 1u At would would in the first tI pteee pteeeremove pl placeemove ee eer8llt
r8llt remove r Wmfrwi m r9AYt the theon injbjftjaasgJpgAp ft I s stion s stkHi
tkHi D on of appointing himself ll1mNll to the United UnitedStates UnitedStatea
States Senate in case any casualty c should shouldremove oul4 oul4remove
remove r Senator Allison AllisonThe AllisonThe
+
The rumored effort trort of Leslie L I M Shaw Shawto ShAwto Shawto
to get the Iowa delegation for the Presi Presidential Prestdntlal ¬
dential nomination puts another interest interesting InterestIng ¬
ing phase on the Iowa situation Poli Politicians Politicians ¬
ticians tk iaans who claim they are in position to toknow toknow tonow
know k now declare that Shaw is an avowed avowedeandldatcfor avowedeandldatefor
eandldatcfor c the Republican nominationand nomination nominationand nominationsnd
and will ask for the Iowa delegation delegationFIRE d I8Uon I8UonFIRE
FIRE t BREAKS OUT IN It MINE MINEPit
I Pit at Bairds Station Station Ablaze at late lateHour LateHour
Hour last Night NightFlames NightF1Ull
Flames F1Ull l Start S art GOO GOO Yards from Month JlouUJSccrnl IontliSeveral i iSeveral
Several Men flay In He Entombed EntombedAlthough EntombedAltl1ollh
Although 3Iinc JlI e Was VnH Closed ClosedMonongaheia CloNcllMonongahela
Monongaheia Pa Dec 22 2A A fire nre which whichbroke hlch hlchbroke
broke out this afternoon in the Schoen Schoenberger Schoenber1er Schoenberger
berger Mine lIne at Bairds Station near here hereis hereIs hereIs
is still burning at a hue hour tonight tonightThat tonightThat tonightThat
That the fire is more serious than the thecompany thecompan theompany
company compan c officials will admit was learned learnedtonight learnedtonight learnedtonight
tonight from trustworthy tru tworthy sources sourcesThe sourcesThe
The fire Is said to have started inentry in inentry Inentry
entry No 10 about 600 yards ardll from Tom the pitmouth pit pitmouth pitmouth
mouth It is supposed the flames started startedthrough startedthrough
through an electric spark igniting a brat brattice brattlce bratlice ¬
lice door A force of men was promptly promptlyset promptl6t
set > to work to check the flames and is isworking isworking a
working In twohour shifts wallfngin wallfnginthe wa1Unglnthe wallinginthe
the portion of the workings affected affectedA
A rumor rumor that several men are caught caughtin caughtIn
in the mine cannot be verified AH Lit the theofficials theofficials th thofficials e
officials are reticent cetlcentThe IettcontThe
The mine w was fIS sa closed several weeks agoand agoand ago
and no workmen were in it when the theblaze theblaze th e
blaze started startedJUSTICE startedJ
JUSTICE J STICE GOES TO SLEEP SLEEPIn
Is In a BnjcrRafirenittster In n Darien When WhenXot VhCl1Xot
Xot PrcHidinf at Court CourtStamford ConrtStamford CourtStamford
Stamford Conn Dee 22 22During During Durlngtrial a atrial
trial for an alleged aUege violation of the liquor liquorlaws Uquorlaws ar r
laws in Darien last evening in which whichState whichState whichState
State police officers disguised disgui od as trap trappers traptars trappens ¬
tars of animals got the evidence Justice Justiceof Justiceo e
of o tho Peace William WHlmott jr whose whoseother whoseother whoseother
other occupation is baggage master at atthe atthe a athe t
the Daften DA n station of the New Haven Havenroad Havenroad Have Haveroad n tn
road fell tasleep tasleepThis I6SlcepThis
This condition condltlonyas was not noticed no11c > d until At Attorney AttOntoy ¬
torney Keough for the defense called calledwitness ais a awitness awitness
witness Tho man stood several moments momentswith momentswith momen is
with uplifted hand waiting for tho sleep sleeping sleepIng sleeping ¬
ing justice to swear him In n Mr Keough Keoughbrought Keoughbrought t
brought Justice J 6tioe WHlmott back from fromdreamland trondr Irandreamland
dreamland dr amland and end the case went on onJudge onJudge
Judge WHlmott discharged the accused accusedJohn accusedJohn
John W Pardee a hotel bot 1 keeper keeperSHAH keeperSHAH
SHAH OF PERSIA YIELDS YIELDSoccelltH
Accepts Conditions Laid Down fc fcr fcrHint r
Him by 1 Parliament ParliamentTeheran PnlUamtntTeheran
Teheran Dec 22 22Tho The Shuh has yielded Iel ed edand d
and signed a declaration d laraUol1 on the Koran Koranwhich Koranvbich
which he sent to the assembly as mbly today todK as asa a s
a mark of His fidelity to the constitution constitutionHe constitutionHe
He accepted the conditions laid down by bythe bythe b bfife y
the Parliament Including tire th punishment punishmentof punIshmenof t
of the ringleaders of the recent riots riotsand riotsand
and the dissolution of the court co rt clique cliqueUnlcm
Union Trust Tru t Co Cobe New Banking House I1oulet
With Vlth its perfect equipment Invites your you our r rto
business or personal 1 rsoool account Interest rt t
paid on ttlUaccounts Deposits D po8lts subjectcheck subject to toI
I check Govt supervision
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LAWSON L LAWS ASO HAS TICKET TICKETBig TICKETBig TICKETBig
Big Big Copper Conn er Magnate Wants WantsRoosevelt l 7 ants antsRoosevel
Roosevelt t and Johnson Johnsoni J ohnsollHE
I i
H HE E LA LAUNCHES S A NEW PARTY PASTYIJojtton PARTYDoxton
Boston 3Inn Says n111 He Known the Sy Syieih S StCllh Sys
ieih tCllh In In Favor I nnr of William 11J1nl11 Jennlttgs Jen JennliiBK JcnnhJJK
nliiBK Bryan BryanBelieves HclIcvuN KooNovcIt KooNovcItthe UOhHOCltihc Robsovcltthe
the Oholce Ob fct of yineteiithH olneten JJ of theotcrw the theYoterKvIn thetf
YoterKvIn < otcrw in ah thc thcNew llnifeil tf > Sfl Sfl1v tn4p r
New York Dec 22Thomas Jl Thomas W Law La Lan Lawaon
son n the cooper magnate ma lMlt vtan len he hethe betlte Iet Ietthe
the White House after a conference oontet + enoe with withPresident wltbPresident withresident
President P Roosevelt test Tuesday morn morning mornIng mornug ¬
ing l ug refused to tak talk saying 7Ing he would w uld uldsue to tosue Iiue
sue s ue a statement later The The statement was wasoutlined wasoutllnd
outlined today 10 by Mr Lawson He announces an announces an announces ¬
nounces the iMpuchftig lc of a new political politicalparty politicalPArty politicalparty
party whoso caB MiIIdCie8 Hfl ipa tee tc for President Presidentand Pmddentand Presidentand
and Vice PrtsMetot will be Theodore TheodoreRoosevelt TheodoreROONelt Theodoreoosevelt
R Roosevelt oosevelt ana Go G Goit Joie A Johnson of ofMinnesota oflltnMllOta ofinnesota
Minnesota MinnesotaI M innesota innesotaI
I personally pel naJIr know k that die system systemknows aJQltemknows systemknows
knows William Jeuirtng J Bryan to be bewhat bewhat bewhat
what we all know him V0 be Ma a dean deanhonest eIeaabone cleanhonest
honest bone t unpvrchasaule Ulapu sa1J1e American Nev Nevertheless Neyertheless er ererthelese ¬
ertheless they are sttttaOed 1 to put him himin himIn himn
in i n the White Hou House e because bee they believe believethat beIMTethat helicesthat
that they can discredit discr edlt him at the very verybeginning veryeginning ery erybelnftl
beginning belnftl b la ha showing the world his bl help helplessness betpll belpIeesness ¬
lessness ll lH1css in handling and controtttag t nt > roiinS roiinSsituation a asituation asituatIOn
situation which has almost r stamped stampedPresident stUlllpedPresident stnmpecdresident
President P Roosevelt RooseveltDemand RooeveltDcmantl RooseveltDemand
Demand Roosevelt non ee1t Again AgainI A nln nlnr
I unqualifiedly unQua1I edly say M that bat for the thethird thethird thethird
third term tradition and Theodore Theodorevolts Rte Roosevelts RooMevelts ¬
velts promise to bow to it it he w would + ouW ouWtodeb be betoday betodaf
today the choice of oC ntMetenttts t of itbe itbeAmeriCan EAmerican the theAmerican
American people for another Presidential Presidentialtorm Pretddeattaltorm Presidentialform
torm tormHe
He would bo only too willing and anx anxious anxIous saxloos ¬
ious to accept another term the Presi President President President ¬
dent is s So o > surrounded by etreum rHrcumstanees rHrcumstaneesand Itrcum tanees taneesand eta etaand nom
and the systems trickery tricker that he can cannot cannot canot ¬
not n ot move hand or foot If Roosevelt Is tenot Isnot isnot
not given another term there will 111 com comto come cometo cometo e
to the people P oplo soon after the inaugura inauguration tnaucumtlon inauguration ¬
tion of Ins successor such dissatisfaction dissatisfactionwith dttisCct1on1t1 diesxatisfacttonwith
with 1t1 his successors work such augethey anger angerthat angerthat r
that thatsystem they the have been harnessed by b the thesystem thesostem
system for the next four years ean that they theywill tberwill the thewill y
will sweep over the country like a tor tornado tornado torundo ¬
nado which will ill leave in its wake ap appalling appalling appalling ¬
palling disaster This means me ns that Roose Roosevelt Rooevelt R ¬
velt volt must be compelled in spite of him himself himself himself ¬
self to be his own successor successorIn succ4tl8OrIn successorIn
In closing this appeal to all Godfear Godfearing GodfeatIng Godfearins ¬
ing countryloving Americans Amerlca I v would wouldsay wou Id
say It should matter nothing to the theAmerican theAmerican t tAmerican he
American people what attitude President PresidentRoosevelt Preek1entRooscelt Preski n nRoosevelt
Roosevelt takes toward our workpersonal work His Hispersonal Hispersonal
personal likes and dlalltfes wishes or In Intentions Intentlonf Intenttonr ¬
tentions should not weigh a afeather finchs finchsfeather finchsfeather s
feather with us usIRISH usIRISH usIRISH
IRISH GIRLS TO T0J300M BOOM ERIN EEINPretty ERINPrctt
Pretty Prctt 3InfdM lnftlH Coming Over to DCJJlontrute Demonstrate Dem Demonstrate ¬
onstrate Native X the IndustriesNew Industries IndustriesNew Inln trle trleNew
New York Dec 22 2The Tile Irish aocWti societies societiesof socJtUeSot es
of Now York are preparing to make the theIrish theIri th thIrish o
Irish Iri h industrial fair to be held soon a aMadison at atMadison atMadison t
Madison Square Garden a celebration of ofthe ofthe o f
the new spirit of industrial progr pegrwhich progress progresswhich progrwhich ees
which began in Ireland Ireland a few years ago agoThe agoThe ag agThe o
The movement has given new life to Irish Irishindustries IrishindustrIes Iris Irisindustries oh h
industries as Is evidenced 1 by the falling fallingoff failingoff fallin g
off in Irish immigration to this country countryAH countryAll countryAll
All of tho Irish industries will be dem demonstrated demonstrntad demonstntted ¬
onstrated at the Garden show Some of ofthe ortho o othe
the prettiest girls in Ireland according aceordin aceordint s
to the press agent will come here ex expressly expres espressly ¬
pressly pres to show American J1 women how howIrish howIrish ho hoIrish w
Irish linen is made To keep the flax fia flaxthe at atthe atthe
the proper temperature and moisture moisturebeg ata a abiff ab
biff b g humidor will 1ll be erected in the Gar Garden Garden Gamden ¬
den
Would oulcl Bar Liquor MenWarslw Men MenWarsaw lUenvars
Warsaw vars w Ind Dec 22 An amendm amendment amendmentto ent
to bar all men identified with theHquor theHquorbusiness the fquor fquorbusiness Nqu Nqubusiness or
business from the Fraternal Order of ofEagles
Eagles will be introduced at tho next nextnational ne nenational zt
national convention at Seattle according accordin accordinto g
to Theodore Bill grand worthy worth vice pros pr ¬
ident identLima
I Lima b1a Fire Loral Lo IH Hea Heart HeartLima
Lima Peru Dec 22 22A A fire which last lasted Illsted lasted ¬
ed three hours occurred
last night on o n
Central street Dlvorclndas The damage damagewas damageS damn damnwas se
was S heavy hem There Is little Insurance InsuranceA
A Ala In Carte CnrfeLunch Tuneh uuch Served DnIIy unn
At Ecksteins from 12 to 3 3 1112 N Y ave av avS e
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EARTH TO BECOME A DESERT DESEETLecturer DESERTLecturer DESERTLecturer
Lecturer Say Sara That Water nter Will WillSome WillSome 111 111Some
Some Day Dn All Di Disappear DisappearBoston ai n > jicar jicarBoston llenrBotoa
Boston Dec 1 ec sIt Is th4 UM doom of the theearth thekl theearth
earth said kl Prof Parelisafc P reti Lowell yes yesterday YNWda7 yesrday ¬
terday te rday afternoon hi We s lect lectwra a before the theCollege theCoIIeEe theCollege
College club CI Uto to b be severed svlth lth deserts desertslike desertslike desertstike
like Mar MarS and the tin IM wfci w 1It come cern v vwater vwater rrbip rrbipwater
water in this world wotJd et f o otns ss w wOt E ha far farI farore ar arI
I more m ore precious than sold soldThe pklTIle goldam
am The kinetic theory of mate he Contiaited con conreminds COIItlDued
tlDued reminds 06 that ii sMMtil body bodywith 1HHIrwU1 bodyill
wU1 w ill bee Its SUN > tp ti compared eGlDJMlr8liwith comparedith
with w ith a larger one ftpMl 1 tl thatfe why w the thehas OMID80Ii themoon
moon has already alread afit Its ate For Ittte Itttereasons JIketile likereasons
reasons the seas pad d w w qd ad ad though thoughMam tMuPMI tftee tfteewater
Mam aooa had asm jfe 4tte on It1t U 4 4ptiiti
ptiiti 9w and jJ J1 J1waier nc inWlan a awater
water iGeJsjndin t iaore mare than twenty miles mttecThe MHeIThe milescrosL
a crosL crosLThe
The only water waterleft left on Mars Is that thatwbkh thatwhich
which Is gathered senri RtldaJuteeU anne lly at Its Itspolar ItaOlar itspolar
polar caps Mars U8 thus lacks water sup supply ampply p pply ¬
ply and leaving < out the question of ofcanals ofawala ofcanals
canals awala we are led to recogntae from the thegeneral thentl theeneral
general g eneral ntl conditions of the planet that it itsupport Itupport itsupports
support some e form of organic life lifeform Ufea Ufeaform 11teufermi
form which is peculiarly and manifestly manifestlybeholden maalteK17beholden manifestlybeholden
beholden to the polar caps cpsHmgmTED capel
HmgmTED 1 TQ RBflin BROKE BROKEStewart
l 100000 10 IS DillMi DillMiStewart BROKEStewart
Stewart Hyde Wijl Probably Spend SpendChristmas SpendChristmas SpendChristmas
Christmas on Poor Farm Farmlistabl FarmIbtnllbhccI
listabl IbtnllbhccI tailed Stable of Trotter Later LaterTrie InterJric Late LateTries r
Tries Running Horse JIor eJlt l but lmtLOHcJII butLoses > ut utLoses
Loses All the Time TimeFreeport TimcFreeJOrt
Freeport Long Island Dec JS Stewact StewactHyde StewKtH7Cle i
Hyde who disposed of a fort rIM rIMdaan feheseiatitanten aeri fees feesthan
than titanten tea years wilt 111 probably spend apentlJM apentlJMChriIItmu spendChristmas Ms MsChristmas
Christmas as a guest of the town towsHempstead of ofHempstoad ofHempstoed
Hempstead at its poor farm farmHyde farmH7de rum rumHyde
Hyde is a descendant of one of the eldest eldestand eldeand ofd <
and most respected re families in the town townWhen tOWILWhen townWhen
When his father died the < young younggot man mangot maltgot
got about bout 1 lM ltON i and subsequently lie lieinherited lie lieInherited l i e
inherited other sums He was Wt then Jut Juttpast Jutp j jpant
past p pant t his majority His grandfather Isaac IsaacHyde lsucHcle I eau
Hyde had made a big fortune in inleather the theleather theleaUter
leather business in Manhattan ManhattanWhen anhattaa anhattaaWhen
When he got hie his pert of his fathers fathersestate Cathersestate father fatherestate s
estate Stewart Hyde proceeded pr eeded to sans satisfy saUsfy sansfy ¬
fy his ambition by establishing a stable stableof stableoC stablof e
of trotting horses and followed the grand grandcircuit grandcircuit grant grantcircuit
circuit He did not win enough to balonce bal balance blanee ¬
once the cost of care and transportation transportationHfe
life horses were good enough to warrant warrantue WIlrr Warren Warrente t t1Me
ue hope that they would win but they theyalways the thealwltya
always seemed to t be nosed out out Hyde Hydestuck Hrdestuck Hsd Hsdstuck e
stuck to to the game gan and lost 08t heavily heavilyThen hccwllyThen
Then he turned to running r nnln hordes ami amiwent aJHlwent aril arilwent 1
went down more rapidly and and finally tln I from froman fromaa fro froan m
an owner ow cr he turned stable helper catchlug catch catching catchIng ¬
ing work as he could around the race racetracks ra ratraeh mtracks
tracks Last La t summer summer when w en Simple Honors Hon Honors Honors ¬
ors disappeared from Belmont Park Parkstables Parkatables Par Parstables k
stables it was learned that Hyde brought broughthim broughthim kt t
him to Hempstead and forgot to return returnhim returnhIm rewr n
him or no notify no ty the owner ownerHyde ownerHyde
Hyde married several years ears ago Miss MissLibble 3lis Uss UssLlbble s
Libido Gardner daughter of J Morris MorrisGardner MonisGardner afo rris
Gardner She and her child have lived livedfor 1Iedfor flue fluefor d
for the last few years efttS with her father fatherLast fnth r rLast
Last Wednesday Hyde dead broke and andhungry andhungo a nd
hungry applied to the keeper ofhe oCt af the e pop popfarm poor poorfarm warfann ndr r
farm for relief rolle and on Thursday he was wasadmitted wasadmitted w wadmitted
admitted admittedPLANS admittedPLANS
PLANS TRIP THROUGH ASIA ASIADr ASIADr
Dr Lanfcr Will 111 Lead Expedition to toStudy toStudy t 0
Study Anthropology AnthropologyChicago AathropoloChicago ntlJrolloloJ ntlJrolloloJChlcngo >
Chicago Dec 22 22Dr Dr Berthold Laufer Lauferlias Lauferhas Lauf Laufhas e r
has resigned from the department of ofthropoiogy an anthropology anthropolog ¬
thropology at Columbia University and andwfll andwm an anwill and d
will come to Chicago to organize a de department de department d ti ¬
partment of East Asiatic Ethnology i in inthe inthe n
the Field Museum
I A portion of the museum will be given givenup givenup give
I up to anthropological subjects and s spe special speeml ¬
curl expeditions will be sent to Africa AfricaSouth AfrIcaSouth Air AirSouth
II South Africa Polynesia Polyn la and EasterAsia Eastern EasternAsia EasternAsia n
Asia The Asiatic expedition will be in incharge incharge i icharge n
I charge of Df Laufer himself himselfDr himselfDr himselfDr
I Dr Laufer though a young oung man al already alread a aready 1 ¬
ready read has made two extended trips to todifferent todifferent
different parts of Asia He spent thrlie thrlieoars the ae e eyears
years oars in China penetrating penetrating districts districtswhere districtswhere districtwhere
where a white man had been seldom seen seenHe seenHe see seeHe
He speaks and reads Chinese Tibetan Tibetanand Tlhetanand Thetaand n
and a number umber of o the dialects abounding aboundingIn aboundl ng nng
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BEGSPABDOHATDUKL BEGSPABDOHATDUKLMinister BEGSPARDOl BEGS PARPOI A11DUEL A11DUELMinister AT DUEl DUElPolon
Miiiistercapes Minister Polon Polonyi i Thus Es Escapes EscalJeS ¬
capes a fatal Thrust ThrustPREMIER ThrustPREMIER ThrustPREMIER
PREMIER WEKERLE VICTOR VICTORHunerarlnn VICTORIItJn VICTO B
Hunerarlnn IItJn rInn OfllcInlH Make Inke Up Differ Difference Dlaerence ¬
ence After Spectacular Sword Swordj SvordIn Swor SworPlay I
j Play In In Which hlch Seconds Sec nd Interfere InterfereBmperor IntefereHIJ1J1 Interferelintperor
Bmperor HIJ1J1 rort Who Ul APjC riroed oved o of Duel DnelVIJ9 DuelWle DuelBudapest 2
Wle VIJ9 sIts l1l1Co Congrntulatioits Congrntulatioitsr CongrntulatioitsBudapest tulntl n nDDdaJttSt
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j Budapest Dec 2The 21 The duel between betweenPremier IJoteenPIftDIer botwe botwePremier
Premier Wekerie and exMlatster exMt lster ef o Jus Justice Justice JutDee ¬
tice Felony growing out of a s smade speech speechmade spoeChJ
made by bjr J Dr Wekerie W8k rIe in the Diet Diet In Inwhich Inwhich i iwhich n
which the prime minister attacked Po Pokmyi PoIGa1 PcIoayl
kmyi was fought toughs today todayDr todayDr da daDr
Dr Wekerie was M larger and stranger strangerthan strgerthaa strangehia r
than thanthe Ilk opp opponent n and pressed Mm from fromthe fromUte fr oaa
the beginning 5115 The weapons aiM were wereswords werewelL wem wemswords e
swords welL After a a few passes had be bemade been beende beenmatle e n
made de Dr Wekerie ekede would have ha dealt dealtPolonyi detiltPoloD11 des desPolou11 It
Polonyi a severe Wow had not one on of the theseconds theS Di Diseconds o
seconds caught the blow on his ow owsword own ownsword ownaword n
sword as Pstowyi P 1 had already bean beanforced boonforeH boo booe n
forced back beyond d th thIii the e limit mark markIn markIa
In the second bout Dr Wokerle got gotthrough gottkroew g gthrough of
ofd
through his hit opponents guard twice and and4eait awl1t en endealt d
dealt 1t him two blows on thebody the body bod with tho thotat thoAat
tat of his sword The seconds stopped stoppedthe stoppodthe stop stopthe
the duel out finding Polonyi Polon 1 was wasmad not notwound notWOWM1
wound mad 3d they ordered the combatants to toproeeei I Ip
proeeei p 1
proeeeiIolonyl
Polonyi Iolonyl AUs tsks Pardon PardonThe PnrdonThe
The third tJalrdHNt bout was about to begia begiawhen begs begiwhen begswhen
when Polony realizing Dr Wckarles Wckarlesanpedority Vckarlespeciorlt g
anpedority and magnanimity magnanln tyj ty ia n not in inflicting InlUetin Ii Iidieting ¬
dieting lUetin a wound gave up his sword sW swordis rd and andm andin j
in m a voice yoke shaken with emotion begged beggedthe beggedthe begg id idthe
the premiers preriIers pardon for insulting him in inthe inthe l
the lobby of Parliament aftor his spe spein speech speechin ech t
in the House A reconciliation oncntIon was w was s there thereupon thereupon then
upon effected effectedDr effectedDr
Dr Wekerie ekerle telegraphed an account accountthe of ofthe ofthe f
the duel to the Emperor who had his hispermission hispermission 1 1permission ifs
permission that it be fought His majesty majestytelegraphed mojestytelegraphed majes ty r
telegraphed his congratulations congratulationsWOLF congratulationsWOLF congratulationsWOLF
WOLF ATTACKS ACTORS ACTORSAudience ACTORSAudlcnce ACTORSAudience
Audience In Panic When Vb en Hero and andHeroine nndHcrolnc as asheroine d
Heroine Arc Bitten BittenRome BlttcnRom BittenRome
Rome Ga Dec H During the per performance p rforma pe ¬
formance forma eminence nee at a the opera house rouse Saturday Saturdaynight SaturdaYnlstal Sawed Sawednight ay j
night Miss Leona Leslie and Oscar OscarOShea O Oa < ar arOShe8 r
OShea who tako loading parts were werek wereHdly we re rebadly e
k badly dly torn on the stage by a huge wolf wolfwhich wolfwhich w elf t
which Is used In the productionThe productionTheactros producttonTheactr6S6 production T ire e
actress and actor were attacked in their theirseane tlelrscane t1 t1scene sir siret r
scene where wIMr the hero rescues his sweet sweetheart sweetbllUt ewe ewebemtrt et ¬
heart from the don of wolves into which whichan whichan wh whan c h
an Indian Indfalt had thrown her herWhen herWlle
When nlt Wlle MIse Use Leslie was thrown into the theden theden t tdenthe h e
den denthe the great wolf at once attacked her herand berand hi r f
and tore her arm and side The girl girlscreamed girlscreamed j
screamed and OShea leaped into I to the theden theden the
den and tore the girl from the wolf The Theanimal Theanltnnl T h e
animal then turned on OShea and fright frightfully frlghtfull frig frigfully ht ¬
fully full tore the actorsjeg aetorsJegAn v vAn
An Indian who was standing near nearrushed nearrushed n nrushed ear r
rushed to their assistance and drove t tanimal the theanimal theanimal he e
animal back into his den The amidien amidienwitneesod audience audiencewitneasod a dlence dlencewltneesoo ce e
witneasod wltneesoo the scene and n Stampeded when whenthey whentbe wh en enthey n
they tbe realized that the attack of the wolf wolfwas wolCwas w wwas elf f
was a real one oneANARCHY oneANARCHY
ANARCHY PREVAILS AT FEZ PEZi FEZTrlbcllmcn FE Z
i Tribesmen Set Fire to Stores and andDrive nndDrhc a nd d
Drive Foreigners from City CityTangier CIt CItTangIer
Tangier Dec 21 2 Anarchy Anarch prevails at atFez it t tFez
Fez The tribesmen set fire to the stores storesof stor sto stoof its s sof
of tobacco and opium and chased chasedmembers the themembers themembers
members lor of the foreign board from the thetown theton t ttown he
town townThey tonThe
They are threatening to assault the theJewish theJewish
Jewish quarter quarterllnil
hail lf717 11 In Her Stocking StockingBoston StocklnlBoston
Boston Dee De 22 Mary Iary any Carr Can r aged agedthirty agedthlrt a bed a
thirty thlrt was arrested and a matron found foundU717 feu nd
51717 in her stocking She declined to togive toghe togive
give any an Information concerning her herself herselfin hers self f
in court and as nothing was kno knoagainst known knownagainst knownugnlnst Wn
against her she was discharged
QUARTER MILLION FIRE LOSS LOSSElectric LOSSElectric
Electric Wires Start Blaze in a Biff BiffWlllcenbarre DIIWllkellbnrrc BigWilkesbnrre
Wlllcenbarre Store StoreWilkesbarrc StureIkes StoreWilkesbarre
Wilkesbarrc Ikes arrc Dec 2 2Ftre Fire today de destroyed destroycd destroyed ¬
stroyed the Globe store tore of Laagfeid LaagfeidBrothers LaDctek1BJOtlters LangfeldBrothers
Brothers of this city causing a loss of ofOOO ofiotoo
33000 OOO ana resulting in the injury of ofeight ofeight ofeight
eight firemen Electric wires caused U UThe It ItThe
The entire fivealary building was guttedEMULATES gutted guttedEMULATES tel telEMULATES
EMULATES KOEPENICK HERO HER9AUKtrlnn HEROAustrian i iAustrian
Austrian Dresses Like a Lieutenant Lieutenantand Llcutcnantand
and Carries Off TreasureVienna Treasure TreasureVienna Trensureennn
Vienna ennn Dec 22 A robbery worthy ofthe of ofthe orthe
the hero ot Koepcnfck Koe ntck was carried out outyesterday OIitosterd8 outyesterday
yesterday osterd8 A former r racnty JtOneommlMlotMd JtOneommlMlotMdI
I acnty ami officer of the name of Goidechmtdt Goidechmtdtdressed GoMedMdtI Goldsehaldtdressed
I dressed himself in the unifor unifornontenant uniform Itorm of a aHeateat aleateaanL
nontenant drove up to the the Vienna leaM arse arsenal JUWnal arsenal
nal and demanded the t e key l e7 of the sale salebeJ afe afebelonging
belonging beJ g to the Second Regiment Re at of ar artillery artUlery ar artillery ¬
tillery tilleryThe tUleryThe tilleryThe
The key was handed over to him and andhe udhe andhe
he 90 entered tered the strong tr room l where he beforced heforced lieforced
forced the strong boxes with a heal dtfeeland ebfeIand healand
and abstracted JfcfiOO 1100 kronen and sank aakoooks huskbooks sankbooks
books worth ortk 3009 kronen He then theatcred en entered entered ¬
tered his cab and Rddr drove to the tilebank savtagB savtagBbank aairobank
bank drew ettt Nt tile money nay and disap dbaappeered disappeared dtIappeared ¬
peared pearedWhen pearedWhen
When It was wa Mseovered cH dlleeorm d that a robbery robberyhad tObbetJhad
had been committed there was great ac activity acUity acttvfty ¬
tivity in military ad police circles A Awardrobe Awardrobe
wardrobe dealer recognised a portrait of ofGoldschmidt ofG01fi ofGolocluaidt
Goldschmidt clNaldt as that of a nan who had hadbought Mabouht badbought
bought a lieutenants uniform front tlOMThe him hhnThe himThe
The cab driver wag wa also Identified JdeJIttWWILL IdentifiedWILL IdeadbedWILL
WILL NOT RETURN TO RUSSIA RUSSIAStudent
Student Who Prefers Death to Coin CoinBack Going GolnlBnck GoingBack
Back Allowed to Enter EnterPhiladelphia EnterPhtIa
Philadelphia PhtIa 1tJpbia < Dec 21After 2A tec a day spent spentIn speIItIn spentIn
In harrowing suspense Vladimir Kyvan Kyvanthe Ib Ibtlte Ryvanthe
the Russian tan student who bo braved terrible terrfWeprivations terrlbIeprkoatioos terribleprtatlons
privations as a stowaway stowtn to escape e death deatkIt
by It a Russian R1s laa bullet was Informed to tod7 today
day by the immignufon oStetaJs tint he hewfH bewilt
wilt he permitted nnltted to hind in this city cityA cIt7A cityA
A telegram from Dr Alexis Kepis Koptaaa K Ka
a wellknown Russian Lher Lfbenji 1 of New NewYork NewYork
York City offering to advance transport transporttion pertaUea
tion for or the youthful refugee decidedCommissioner decided decidedCommissioner deddedComm5s
Commissioner Comm5s loner John J Rodgers RodgersRyvaa RCHlserRYQJt
Ryvaa also claimed to haw friends fat fatPhiladelphia litPJdiadelpida haPiliadelphta
Philadelphia Philadelphiacaied hot tHy could aK Be lo located
cated He said he was unable te give givetheir 1fnt giveflick V
their t ek name MIlS and it t te thought t that they theyare the the3e
are 3e members JHm aC tile Terrorist Terrori8ttJon ecssni organisa organisation > aa aatbs ¬
tion tionI tJonHI tbs
HI I will die rather than go hack ta titIda Raa Raaala Has Hassfai
Ida said tel Rrvan before ha learned that thathe tIaatke thathe
he would be permitted to land X7 X7father My Myfather trl trlfather y
father is rotting ta a Siberian i itwo telae aDd aDdtwo
two of my uncles are burled alive hi hifortress a afortrMB
fortress at Riga My fate would 1OeII he votse wemeUlan
than theirs theirsSEES
SEES S EES END OF PROTESTAimSSL PROTESTAlITISmXcw i iNew i iXCTT
New Haven Minlnter Startles Congce Con ConprreFratlou ConJreJlltion
gce prreFratlou > uution In Radical Sermon SermonNew SernlonNew SermonNew
New Haven Corn Dec 21 Rev R y New Newnan NewmyWy Newataa
nan amyuiTs a Member om of o the Yale cor corporation CktqraUoR ¬
poration pastor pu of the Center aster Church Churchhe Ctwnc Ctwnce h htDx I It1te
t1te th he e egattonal oldest oItaDd oItaDdsatiollal vandme6tia jftrw4 J i iSfUtonal tDx
SfUtonal church in Connecticut tat naeetieut hi InChristmas his hteChristmas hisCJartst
Christmas Nts sermoH today surprised surprisedhoareR his hishearers hisboarecs
hearers by saying Sfl g that Proteatanttem Prote Proteotatrtiempassfag tlUlCJ aapasstag is ispassing
passing away and that at a aBeW new Catholicism Catholicismte
te taking tak its piece pieceHe pkceHe pieceHe
He said that Protestant Protestantism baa done doneUs doneIts do De
Its work work bringing fullness t e of thought thoughtand thoughtaad thoughand t
and that now the church te split up upso into intoso 1JItoso
so many parts that It can never do any anymore aa aamore 7
more good He stated ted that Protestantism Protestantismlong Prote Protostaulong taauaalong item
long ago lost influence over the govern government 1OftrRIntnt ¬
ment ItHnt and Is now betrgIt toeing h over the homes homesMonster bomesHORRORS
HORRORS 1 A NEW SEA SERPENT SERPENTMonster I
Monster Has Head of Ostrich and andKouth andMouth an anti d
ti Mouth Like LikeOamel LikeOamelSIJl1tea Camel CamelSighted
Sighted by the th e Good Bark Elise Off Offthe 01Ithe 0 Z
the Azores AzoresDomb Domb Fails to to Do DoWork DoWork DoWork
Work of DestrncfIonNew Destruction DestructionNow DCJtrnctionNeW
NeW York Dee Dee 21 22TIIe e The Swedish S < we iYait iYaitJahannsen hark 1aarkEli c
Elise e Capt C pt Johannsea J aansea got t ia at pier 25 25South S SSlJUth >
South Brooklyn Brookl today The Ettee te va 1111loading I
loading a cargo from Bristol and aPt CaptJohanasen aPtJohnnEtft Gap GapJohenneera < t
Johanasen has some remtntecenccij r I nus a i bjnew a anow L
new brand of ofThe sea serpent
The Bilge cleared from Aruba AralIa hi tatDutch the theDutch theJuteh B
Dutch Juteh Antilles so long ago that thatdont they theydont tHydont
dont speak spe k of It it It was while iIIIe on r
way 11 to Bristol as site was standing S 1UU to the thesouthward tbesouthward 8
southward of the Azores Azores that the addi odd 411 411Uon i
lion to ton n dial htatorywas sighted sightedTo slsJItedTo sightedTo
To understand what happened Pelted it knecessary was wasnecessary wasnecessary s
necessary first 1Ir t to know that Capt Je Jehannson Je Jehannsen J Jhanusen
hannson Is noted for his hatred of sharks sharksas sltarksas sharkas >
as well fits his love of the troth He Henever Henever le e
never sails without a collection of ofpoons har y harpoons I
poons on board and is never too busy bas busysto to tostop tosto 0
stop sto for a shot at Johnny Shark SharkOn
On this last trip the captain captainalong carried carriedalong rt
along a quantity of bombs and had he Itesl I IstjysS e
s sl stjysS ysr s great success success in getting the sharks slNtrksto sbar kS s
to swallow the bombs cunningly eon CORcealed i
cealed in Wtsxof bits Of pork The bombs bombstimefns had JladtlmeCw ha dthe d
tlraefusex tlmeCw attachments attachments aDd blew bIe n p the thesharks tilesharks
sharks afjer dinner dinnerWell dinnerell dinnerWell
Well ell It was to the soathard ofthe ottMAzores ef the
Azores that the lookout sightedahead sighted ecl dead deadahead daheAd d
ahead a queer gray something something SO Igteg half 1Ia1fsubmerged ha lf If
submerged with 1Ut what looked to Be part partof putof hart It t
of a conning tower sticking ant of the tilewater
water The Elise was ambling along a1oD at ata t
a atwoknot twoknot gait and everybody cverybod got gotgood a agood a agood
good look lookIt 4
It was found that the conning tow tower towerwas toYwas tic
was a most peculiar tin OR a most mostcollar pe peculiar pe pecull1lr ¬
collar fish As the Elise sailed by the theconundrum t
conundrum raised a head shaped like t that thatoC t
of an ostrich and opened appealingiy appeals 1 1the
the captain cnpt Jh says sa s a mouth like a camelIt camel cMeIIt
It wagged d the spilt lower DWet Jaw ja and took tookrend k
readily rend II the raeatocvered mcat nered bomb which whichCapt whlehCapt wlr wlrCapt b
Capt Johannsen heaved over 0 over < As It a asorbed ab absorbed tbsorbed b ¬
sorbed the bait a happy smite overspread overspreadthe overspreadthe overs Fri a
the strange countenance and Capt Capthamfnsen Jo Johartnsen Jo JohlUfnsen
hartnsen was almost ahmi 6t t sorry rry abqut the ebomb
bomb bombHowever bombHowe bombHowever
However Howe er the bomb bom didnt exptede and a ad adthat fl
that explains why the fife monster Is still stiltunclassified II
unclassified unclassifiedDallies unclassifiedDnlllel
Dallies nt Rate of One a Year YearRichmond YenrRichmond
Richmond Inds lad Dec S 2 Mr rr and nd Mrs MrsRush llrsRush Mi MiRush rs s
Rush McCammon of Greene County are areentitled areentitled e
entitled to membership in the AntiRace AntiRaceSuicide AntiRaceSulcrde Anti AntiSuicide Roes
Suicide Club the fourteenth child childing hav having bavIng r ¬
ing been born to thEm them in fourteen years yearsof yearsor y yof ears s
of married life Thirteen of the ehtidr children ehHdrenarc en n
are living Mr McCamnjon namnion is forty y years yearsold oars
old 01 and his wife is s thirtyfour thirtyCoutDnltlmore
4
I Baltimore and Ohio to Baltimore DaltlmoreTrains
j Trains leave New Union Un oft Station every eve evehour
hour on the hour 7 a a m m to 8 p m II week wecf We e
days d Us
SECRETARY S TAFT TAFTYISITS TAFTVISITS TAFTVISITS
VISITS GORTELYOU GORTELYOUPuts
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ALSO A LSO SEES ER ERDiscusses TR 1ORYS RYS RYSDiscusses
r riscusses
Discusses D iscusses Political Situation Situationvith SittIhtionlith Ituhtionwith
with Manager ManagerXelther ManagerSeither Managereither
Xelther N either Given Out Information as asto asto orsto
to Whether Presidential Pre tdentinI Boom BoomWill DoomIII BoomWill
Will III Be Placed
In Other Hands asIias as asHa asHn
Ha Iias Been Intimated Loaves fr rtses cs for forCincinnati torCfneinn forCincinnati
Cincinnati Cfneinn ti to Visit Grave of His His3Iother HisJIotl1crPrecforall HisMotherFreeforall
3Iother JIotl1crPrecforall Freeforall Lists In South SontliSeeretatr SouthSeerettIrT SouthSecretary
Secretary Taft showed wid yesterday that thathe thatW thathf
he to teak k no stock in reports re ns circulated circulatedthat circulatedthat niated niatedat
th that at fitece iteie was a breach 1 between Secre Secretary SeeretaI7 Secrery ¬
tary to ry Cortetyoa c and his feiJoiyniembers feiJoiyniembersof fe feiht x = DQlDbers DQlDberseC aeaobersof
of the Rsieeveit et Cabfnat and partic particularly partlcularb1tIt Iarly Iarlywith
w with 1tIt Mr Taft TaftHe TaftHe TaftHe
He called at t ire cThame home 0f Secretary SecretaryCort SecretaryCortetM SecretaryCortehye6
CortetM Cort yew who te s ssHEacing ss icing ag from a sever severattae severtfttaeK o ocUaek
cUaek of the grip wished him a Merry MerryChristmas 3IerryCIt MerryCbrioKaas
CIt Christmas and a 8 speedy return re lr of health healththus healthto healthus
t thus th us demonstrating that t there t has been beenno beenI1IpbKe beenitb
no itb rupture ra fa the pleasant personal re relations reJatIotw reIsftorts ¬
lations existing between the Secretary Secretaryof
of o f War and the Secretary otar of the Treas Treasury TreasW1 TressSecretary ¬
ury urySecretary
Secretary Taff Tans s visit to the Cortelyoa Cortelyoaresidence Cor1eloure Cortelyoasidence
i residence re sidence excited a good deal dealo of interactIn Interest Interestin
in i Washington Ooi esmlng lrg as it t did right rightCortetyoti rightIIPG1a rightisle
IIPG1a a isle tM hash t eC the xw + meiiar or the fireCortelygt theCertetJw
Cortetyoti conspiracy oone arey story storyItvwae stk7It storyIt
Itvwae It WM related that t at Mr Coctefyou Cer tpou and andtMrd andIds andis
Ids h is frleJNk were whteepbtg g tt 1111 for the theI theued
I tMrd tIdrIi h ued term to ooomo conceit tii t a weHlaid Ic1 purse pur purpace purPMe
pace po se to Mad tIi the Presidential nomination nominationloathe matiotfO xoaeinatiolthe
loathe fO the Secretary See Secretary of the Treasury Treason The Theconeteekm Thec Theoordueton
coneteekm c was was drawn from tr + oni Jhte state stateMalt stateof
Malt 1 of aNeeed facts t that Mr Taft and andMr andt
I
Mr M t Cortdtyett had reached the parting of ofthe orthe ofthe
the wt ways rs aad that one or the otherwould other otherto otherat
would at aeeteelty nlty De eoelled to quit quitthe quitibe quitthe
the ibe Cabinet CahteetCo IMtCoufer1l
Confers Co lifers with VoryM VoryMJaat Yor YorJt orys orysJart
Jaat Wore e ore Iris departure far Cincinnati Cincinnatiwhere CJ etDnatiwtMn Ciadnttatihere
where w here he went t to vfcttjtfce visit fife tomb of hts htsmother htsJIMKIter
mother m other who died whnV wItt8i w + ht6e he was on histear his histour hist
tour t of the world and a qualify as ex execwta exsenior
senior of her estate Mr Taft spent t mvoral sev several s sftaI ¬
oral hours m lit conference eoufa atca with 1idt Arthur L LVorjfHotreetormchief LYOfS LVor
VorjfHotreetormchief YOfS Vor + s tNroetorMtthief 1IInc of the movement movementhaving oveatenthaving vement vementhaYIng
having for its purpose the nomination on ofMr of ofMr oCr
Mr r Taft aa the Repahttcan R Presidential PresldenUalMr Presidentialeaadldai6 Presidentialeaadldats
eaadldai6 eaadldai6Mr eaadldats31r
Mr Vorys 7S yecountefl > ted ta 3 air > Ir Tf Pelt t the theI theIIf
r
I > ani1sjl iinlHsjinnnlis if IIf Ihn ppt m il four fourbaasiug tearg
nst3t baasiug g ea OK r utti t Ks tait candidacy candidacyg cudld8cSaeeordtag
and < according g to what was AS said after afterrai afterthat
ward rai reaozied t eltot ied that things were looking lookingup jooklngtip
up fat a political way AM the SKretaQot Secretary SKretaQotWar of ofWar
War WarWashington WarWuI
Washington WuI ringtmn has been looking forward forwardof forwardwitla
with great IIttefttIt to the 1Ir meeting meetingof
of Mr r Taft and Mr Mr Vorys V Qs following Mr 3IrTaf MrTaft
Taf Taft Tstts fs return to tile United States StatesIt StatesIt
It had been reported that friends of ofSecretary oCSecretary
Secretary Taft were dteBaOafled iJed with the thegement themaaa theiterutagetttemt
maaa iterutagetttemt gement of his boom and that poten potenI JJO potett potettits en enUaI1eMen
I tial UaI1eMen its leaden of the admnietratfon ao1 > wslmktrattoa on would wouldinsist woWdiuIIIt wouldinmht
insist that Mr Vorys be displaced andIsle and andi andotee
Isle otee filled > somebody iJbo i would wouldcoaduct wouldconduct ou out
conduct t a more JDOI progreeehre ee lYo and dnin dlsniftIt dignified dignifiedcampaign d dcampaign
campaign It is not known whether the thesubject th thaohject th6salltJeet
subject of a chaage m III the Taft manage management manageJIIUt ¬
assert was < JlBCUBseil IIll at the conference conferenceyesterday eoDeceoceSeerBW7 conferenceyeoattxday
yesterday yesterdaySecretary yeoattxdaySecretary
Secretary Taft made no announcement announcementconcerning aatroancementco cementdie
co concerning eerutag the matter tier and Mr Vorys Vorysnatnraily YocysdedtDeI Vorysnaturally
naturally declined ta di disease eums it itAttributed It Itttrlbuted
Attributed to Outsiders Outsiderssuggestions OutxhJer1IrIeeds OutsidersFdeado
1IrIeeds or Mr Vorysdedared VOlfS that the theestJoB thesuggestioe
suggestions estJoB of a sbakeop shaJeeopm ta the Taft Taftmanagement TaftSeJnellt Taftmamngemeat
management SeJnellt were made by persons close etosely close1T closely
ly Identifled IlieBtl ed with the mterests i tere + sts of other othercandidates oth othercandidates l lttiltes
candidates nd dates and that they tile were PUt out outtroa
solely aa troa tr troublebreeders + They place no nocredence noeredeace nocredence
credence m III a report circulated a week weekor weekoc weekor
or more ago a that President Roo Boose Roosen1t Roosen1tMcl = etet vet vethad
had declared to a caller ifcnt Secretary SecretaryTaft
Taft Tatfg fs campaign should he placed p1 eed ia mor morcompetent morepetent more
competent hands baIMISeelemr handsSecretary
Secretary Taft will reach Cincinnati Cincinnatithte ClllclnnatitJaIg Cincinnatithis
this morning He wilt spend the day da in inthat intJaat
that city IeaTJ leaving for Waahingtoa in time timeto timeto
to reach r here tomorrow It te the ex expecatior x xpetaUoR
pec petaUoR ation here that upon his return plans planswilt planswilt
wilt he made for a conference of those thoseinterested thoselaterea thoseinterested
interested 4 in his candidacy and political politicalleek politicalobservers
observers look for a Quickening of activltles ac acUvitJes ae aeUvItle6
UvitJes m Ills behalf behalfMr DehatfIr belmUar
Mr Ir Taft has been away 8 from the theUnited tINUnited theUnited
United States more than three months monthse
It is supposed that be talked politics with withPre
President Pre kleat Roosevelt when he called at atthe atthe atthe
j the e White House Friday FrWa and Saturday SlLtun1a SlLtun1aDlgAts Saturdaynights
nights nightsHe DlgAtsHe nightsHe
He hasnt got his bearings on the po poUtJeal ¬
Htical outlook yet and until he has there therewill therewill
will be little doing with the the Taft boom boomIn
Will In Map UnpOut Out Plans PlansBy
By the latter part of the week Sce S Sec re e enary
nary Taft in all probability will get a aHne 8be
line oa the situation stbM1 on and then the well wellwishers wellwishers eU eUwtshers
wishers of his candidacy will get together togetherto
to decide upon a course of action It will willbe1II8CIe
be be1II8CIe made known probably m 1ft the near nearfutur
future futur whether new blood Is to be in inJect
jetted Ject into fbe M Taft arttaagemeat arttaagemeataaluc management managementFurther ag mut mutFUCther
Further tlrer t3t than t aaluc aa to saythat he 118 came here htreto
to confer with Secretary Taft Tai Mr Vorys Voryswould Voryswould
would not talk last night slit He said he hewould bewoakl hewound
would return to Columbus HlS today tod y and andpay andpay
pay another visit to Washington aslrington inabout in iaabout inout8
about out8 a week weekMr weekYr weekMr
Mr Roosevelts elimination as a Presi Presidential Presideuttal Presideatial ¬
dential candidate CftfiI has opened up a fine ftthfor finefield
field for the operations of the managers managersof managergor
of aspirants for the nomination There Therewas Thereas Therewas
was as one section > of the country COIJntrytbe the South Souththat
that was solidly for Roosevelt a week W weekor k kor
or so ago All the influential men of ofpolitics ofpoHties
politics down there had been rehearsedfor rehearsed rehearsedfor rehearsedfor
for months and as they viewed i It there therewas
was nothing to it but Roosevelt RoosevekSouth RooseveltSouth
South Wants Vant to Know KHOTTThe KnowThe KnowThe
The Southern leaders Je delS are now looking Jookinglor lookingtor
for a candidate to tie to They The are going goln golnto
to be careful in making a choice as they theywant theywaat theywant
want to he on the band wagon Scores ofthem of ofthem ofthem
them have been in Washington for a aweek 3week aweek
week looking for information At heart hearttHy
they arc opposed o to Secretary Taft for tora
a number of reasons rea ons notably because of ofa ofa
a speech he delivered in Greensboro N Nc
C a year ear ago in which he declared that thatthe
the Republican party p rty in the Southern SouthernStates
States would be better off probably It all alltlie
fire tile Federal offices wore filled by Democrats Dem Democrats Demoeratl
ocratsThe ocrats ocratsThe oeratlThe
The South will have approximately 224delegates 224 224delegates 22 22delegates
delegates in the Republican national con conContinued conContinued Con
Continued on Face 3 Columa 8 IS

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