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Wihiessin Press Agents Suit SuitExposes SuitIixposes SuitExposes
Exposes Glianler Boom BoomMANNING oom oomMANNING
Offered fJ1ferctlnoHccltH c ITered IlaoMevultV Job liy II System of ofCartoon ofCnrtool1t ofCartoons
Cartoon nnd Publicity PubIJc1t on Which WhichHe VblchUe VhLcIi1t
He 1t Claimed He Procured Nomina Nomination NomInation ominn ominnI ominnlion ¬
tion o or Alton B Parker ParkerJlls Ills Pub PnnHclty PnlllIelt PubIlcity
lIelt Hclty arnn Seeks to Recover Rec cr 20OOO 20OOONew 2OOOONew ooooNe
New Ne Ytjrk Y Jpn S LUM The h8 dreams dretmsfanc1 ajyl ajylfancies
fanc1 fancies ef WUtm WOIk T Manning the press pressagent pre preag prejagent
agent ag J1t who started the th booni boonr of Lewis LewisStuyresant Lewis LowJsStuSQnt LewisStuyyesunt
Stuyresant Chanler for the DemocraticnomtmUIim DemocraticnomlnaUqntGr Democratic DomoeratlenomIntIqn
nomtmUIim nomlnaUqntGr nomIntIqn for oi the Presidency Pr aldenoy in the fall fallof fanot failof
of 1906 10 were ere toldModay told oday by Former Dop Deputy Doput Doputy ¬
uty ut Assistant District Attorney A J JPowers JPowers JPowers
Powers who teetined t8lBtl ecI before referee John JohnG JohnG JohnC
G MUbum MUbunalft in n th the titift < rot aft of William F FClark FClark FClark
Clark to recover JSfcWW t from Mr Chanler Chanlerfor Chanlortor Chanjorfor
for alleged service as s hoad ontI of the Chan Chanler ChRnler Chanler
ler Press Bureau Clark managed the thepress thepress thepress
press bureau for Manning who Is now nowdead nowdead nowdead
dead deadMr deadMr deadMr
Mr Powers saw he is i president of an anengraving nnengravlnS anengravIng
engraving company COMpAHi at Mi 1 Nassau street streetand streetand streetand
and that in the fall of Of IMS 1O he had met metClark metClark metClark
Clark at No 1 Broadway nroad where Manning Manninghad Manninghad Manninghad
had hiR d headquarters hl tluarters Manning Powers Powerstestified P PowerstestitIe w rs rstf
tf testified > stl fted wanted him to come and help helpthe help helpthe helpthe
the boom at a salary of tO 60 G a week This ThisPowers ThisPowers ThisPoweri
Powers didnt feel able to do he says sayssince KYIIsince iay iaysince
since he was waS w then preparing preparln to take his hisbar hISbar hisbar
bar examinations He oftared O 8red however howeverto h wenr wenrto wverto
to to do what he could to help out with withk withkboom eke ekeboom the theboom
Said He Nominated Parker ParkerManning P ParkerManning T1cr T1crManning
Manning told him Powers says ys that thathe thathe thathe
he wa wa out to elect Chauler ChaIJ1er Presidentand Preak1tmtand President Fre4dentS
S and that he Had talked with Chanters Chantersbrother Chanlersbrother Chantersbrothr
brother about the matter and had in informed Informedhlm Informedhfm ¬
formed formedhlm him that he Manning Mannln had nomi nominated nomlnatod nominatod ¬
natod Parker for the Presidency The Theconversation Thetonver8 Theronversatlon
conversation tonver8 tlon between bot een Manning and Chan Chanlers Chanlers ChamPicrs
lers brother as related by Powers con continued continued continued ¬
tinued as follows followsI tollowstold
I told him I had prepared the way for forParker torParker forParker
Parker by b my publicity work and had hadmyself hadmyselr hadmyself
myself collected a very vor large sum im from fromhis fromhis fmmhis
his friends admirers a mtrers and big Demo Democrats Dsmorate Democrate ¬
crate cratsPowers cratePowers rate ratePowers
Powers said that Manning had told toldhim toldhim toldhim
him in relation to Chanler ChanlerI
I explained to Chanler that I could couldeasily couldeasily
easily asHy elect him President If he would wouldloan wouldloan wouldloan
loan mA the money to start with I told toldhim toldhim toldhim
him I could obtain a very large sum sumfrom sumfrom sumfrom
from Hill of the West WestPowers WestPowers Wost WostPowers
Powers testified that relying on Man Mannings Mannlngs Mannings ¬
nings orders he got Some of the best bestcartoonists bestcartoonistS besteartoonieth
cartoonists In the city clt draw cartoons cartoonsfavorable cartoonsfavorable cartoonsfavoraIe
favorable to the Chanler cause There Therewere Thorowere Therewere
were ICO of these drawings and Powers Powersfirm Powersfirm Powerslirm
firm did the engraving from them themTTTfl themMILLS themMU1L
Body of Financier Will Be Burled BarlcdIn Durledin Burledin
In Tarrytown Cemetery CemeterySan CemeterySan CemeterySan
San Francisco Jan 5 5Funeral Funeral services servicesover sen1cesover servicesover
over the body of D O Mills l l1s will be held holdFriday heldFriday heldFriday
Friday afternoon nfternoon at MHlbrae Following Followingthis FolloWingthis Followingthis
this the remains will be put aboard the thespecial thespecial thespecial
special car In whloh the body of the late lateGeorge lataGeorge lateGeorge
George Crocker was carried to this city cityand cityand cityand
and taken to Tarrytown N Y for In Intrement intrement Intrement
trement In Sleepy Hollow Cemetery CemeteryDefinite CemoteryDefinlto CemeteryDefinite
Definite arrangements for the services serviceswill sorvlc6Swill
4 will not be concluded until Thursday Thursdaynight Thursdaynight Thursdaynight
night at which time Ogden Mills the theonly theonly theonly
only son of the dead financier will willreach willreach willreach
r S Jackson May Iay Bo Elected Now NowIndiana NowIndiana NewIndiana r
Indiana Chairman ChairmanIndianapolis ChairmanIndJanapoUs ChairmanIndianapolis
Indianapolis Jan 6 5Indlana Indiana Demo Democrats Democrats Democrats ¬
crats met in district conventions today todaynnd todayond
and selected members of the new State Statecentral Staterentral Statccentral S
central committee who will In turn choose chooseR S SIp
a R State chairman thus completing the theparty theparty th S Sparty
party reorganization Nearly all the old oldmembers oldmembers I Imembers
members are reelected and friends of ofTaggart otlaggart ofTaggart
Taggart believe that U S Jackson will willbe willbe willLe
be chosen Stato chairman chairmanThis chairmanThis chairmanThis
This Indicates that Taggart Is still In Incontrol inontrol L Lcontrol
control of the State organization and andthat andthat I Ithat
that friends of Gov Marshall have not notmade notmade nolmade
made any headway toward turning over overthe overthe ove ovethe
the leadership to tho governor governorDEFECTS governorDEFECTS governorDEFECTS
Close Examination of l1 1 Bill Shows ShowaSome ShowsSomc I ISonic
Some Poor Work WorkA WorkA VorleA
A new counterfeit 51 1 I silver certificate certificatewhich certIficatewhich certificatewhich
which Chief John E Wilkle of the Secret SecretService SecretService Secretervioo
Service describes as dangerous was waadiscovered wasdiscovered wasdiscovered
discovered through C A Altemus as assistant QSslstant assistant ¬
sistant cashier of the Chicago City Rail Railway RIlUwa Ballway ¬
way wa Company CompanyThe CompanyThe CompanyThe
The new counterfeit Is of the 1893 series seriescheck seriescheek seriescheck
check letter C face plate No 4S01 It ItIs ItIs It ItIs
Is signed by W T Vernon Register of ofthe otthe of ofthe
the Treasury and Charles H Treat TreatTreasurer TrentTreasurer TreatTreasurer
Treasurer of the United States and bears bearsportraits bearsportraits I Iportraits
portraits of Lincoln and Grant The Thenumber Thenumber Th Thnumber
number is R927S6452 R927S6452The R927SMD2The BS7S642The
The bill is apparently printed from re retouched retouohed retouched ¬
touched photomechanical plates on good goodquality goodQuality I Iquality
quality bond paper ink lines being used usedto usedto I Ito
to Imitate the silk fiber The general generalappearance generalappearance I Iappearance
appearance Is deceptive but there Is Issome Issome ksome
some poor work Several periods have havebeen havebeen haveI
been dropped and In one instance hUnited1 hUnited1p United UnitedIs I
p Is I spelled Uslted
Vhen a damsel has a steady wl wifes s a pretty decent man and andwho andwho andsh
who sh shows a disposition to perform the best he can who is shy of ofsinful ofsinful ofsinLtil
sinful habits and whose bosom holds no guile and who ho labors labo s in inthe inthe inthe
the vineyard with a gay and cheerful smile then she shouldnt shouldntmake shouldntJ1nke shouldntmake
make him promise that hell do a seraph stunt when theyve stood stoodup stoodup stoodup
up at the altar with the preacherman in front and she shouldnt shouldntspring shouldnt shouldntpring shouldntspring
spring a lecture lecture when he comes comes around to court for a man is only onlyhuman anI anIhumnn onlyhuman
human and his wings are pretty short When hen a maiden has a lover loverwho loverwho loverwho
who is surely making good who is winning winnin admiration who Is Issawing is iswing isswing
sawing wing lots of wood then she shouldnt make him promise promi e that thathell thathell thathell
hell be an angel boy when the wedding ceremony ushers in a life lifeof lifeof lifeof
of joy jO jy she should murmur Hes a daisy and well take things thingsas
as they come for a man is only human and his hi halos on the thebum thebumopyrIght bum bumCferjrlrfit bumCoIVrliht
Cferjrlrfit WW 1to > > U George Matthew AttW Adams Ada dan WALT V ALt MASON lLSONu
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Continued from Page Five Fiveof FheOr Fiveof
of splendid white Bermuda lilies ai les with withchains withchains withchains
chains of smilax marking the place for forthe torthe forthe
the ceremony A large stool covered with withwhite withwhite Ith Ithwhite
white satin was placed for the bride and andbridegroom andhridegroom andbridegroom
bridegroom In front of the clergyman clergymanThe clergymanThe clergymanThe
The bride was preceded by b her two young youngcousins youngcousins youngcousins
cousins the Misses Constance and John JohnPrlngle JohnPringle JohnPringle
Pringle carrying carr lng baskets of flowers and andthe andthe andthe
the matron of honor was Mrs Irs Ambrose AmbroseMonell Ambrose10nell AmbroseMonell
Monell 10nell of Tuxedo Park N Y who wore worea worea
a gown of soft gray and white striped stripedmarquisette strIpedmarquisette stripedmarquisette
marquisette de sole with lace yoke pearl pearlornaments poarlornaments pearlornaments
ornaments and a becoming large black blackhat blllckbat blackhat
hat hatThe
The brides gown was an exquisite one oneof oneot oneof
of Brussels net heavily sppliquad with withhoniton withOOnlton withhoniton
honiton lace mounted on white gaze de desole desole dosoie
sole and satin The lovely veil ell of honiton honitonlace honitonlace honitonlace
lace once on co worn by her grandmother fell fellover telloer fellever
over the soft S tt draperies and was held heldIn heldInplate heldInplace in inplace
place on the brides dark hair by a dou double double dotsble ¬
ble string of pearls across th the front and andtwo andtwo andtwo
two diamond clasps at each side On the thelace thelace thelace
lace of thb corsage was a splendid orna ornament ornament ornamont ¬
i ment of pearls in grape design with withdiamond withdiamond withdiamond
diamond leaves a large cluster of lilies liliesof liliesof liliesof
of the valley and violets was w wa carried carriedThe carriedThe carriedThe
The best man was Mr Ir Dion Kerr Kerrbrother KeITbrother Kerrbrother
brother of the groom and the ushers usherswere usherswero usherswere
were Mr Gordon Glass and Mr Chester ChesterKerr ChesterIerr
Kerr After the ceremony the gue guoots guootswere gurotswere ts tswere I
were received by b Mr lr and Mrs Glass and andtho andtho andthe
tho brid and groom At the wedding weddingbreakfast weddingbreakfast weddingbreakfast
breakfast the table was decorated d ooratcd with withlarge withlarge
large gold baskets of violets and mauve mauveeweet mauesweet mauvesweet I
sweet peas draped with soft bows of ofmauveahaded ormauvoahadOd 01mauvotThadoj
mauveahaded silk and the confetti and andviolets andviolets andviolets
violets were In tiny gold baskets The Thehealth ThehOAlth Thehealth
health of the bride and groom was pro proposed proposed proposed ¬
posed by b Sir William Meredith Shortly Shortlyafterward SborUyater Shortlyafterward
afterward ater ard Dr and Mrs Kerr left for the theSouth theSouth theSouth
South Thegolngaway The goingaway dress was the fa favorite favorite favorite ¬
vorite violet shade of the bride violet violetvelvet violetvelvet 101et 101etvelvet
velvet hat trimmed with sable and a abeautiful abeautiful
ibeautfful beautiful sable etole and muff the gift giftof giftof giftof
of her aunt Miss Glass Mrs Chester ChesterGlass ChesterGlaSEI ChesterGlass
Glass wore a steelblue satin dress with withembroidery withembroldefJ withembroidery
embroidery and large buckle of dull sil silver silver cliver ¬
ver large picture hat of black with withplumes withplumes withplumes
plumes Mrs Pringle Preston aunt of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the bride woro soft gray grn voile olle de sole solewith solewith soiewith
with gray lace grayplumed toque with withtouch withtouch withtouch
touch or nasturtium color and gray and andellver andillvor andsliver
sliver scarf Mrs Kerr senior wore a abeautiful Itbautlful abeautiful
beautiful dress of rich riob black velvet v lvet gar garniture garniture garniture ¬
niture of white lace on the bodice bod and andblack andblack andblack
black and white toque The absence of ofAdmiral ofAdmiral olAdmiral
Admiral Klngsmill uncle of the bride bridewas bridewas bridewas
was much regretted he being detained in inOttawa InOttawa isOttawa
Ottawa OttawaSome OttawaSom6 OttawaSome
Some of the outoftown guests were wereMr wenMr wreMr
Mr and Mrs Ralph Monell New Ne York YorkMrs YorkMrs YorkMrs
Mrs MoKlm Tuxedo Mrs Irs Kerr Wash Washington WashIngton Washlngton ¬
ington Miss Grace Bell of Washington WashingtonMr
Mr and Mrs Harry Carting Mr and andMrs andMrs andMrs
Mrs John KInjg Kin Mr and Mrs James JamesCarllng JamesCarJlng JamasCarling
Carllng London Ontario Miss Kate KateWilks KateWilks KateWilks
Wilks Gait Go1 and Mr and Mrs Arthur ArthurPrlngle ArthurPringle ArthurPringle
Pringle Preston Dr and Mrs Kerr will willreside willreside willreside
reside at 1742 174 N etreet northwest this thisolty thisolty thiscity
olty the house having been a wedding weddingpresent weddingpresent weddinipresent
present to them themMrs themMrs themMrs
Mrs G L Smith wife of Lieut G T TSmith 1 1Smith L LSmith
Smith entertained at a tea yesterday yesterd aft afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
ernoon at her home In the navy yard yardShe yardShe yardShe
She asked her guests to meet her sis sister Si5tor sictor ¬
tor Mrs Hugh Talbot of New York and andhad andhnd an I Ihad
had assisting ll slatfng her Mrs Henry Williams Williamswho VJUtnrnswho I Iwho
who presided at the tea table Mrs G L LCaskey LCnskey LCaskey
Caskey and Mrs Harry Shaw ShawMrs ShawMrs ShawRayncr
Mrs Rayner wife rvifoof of Senator Rayner Raynerwill Raynerwill Raynerwilt
will receive today after 3 oclock at the theHighlands theHIghlands theHighlands
Highlands HighlandsMiss HIghlandsMIss HighlandsMiss
Miss Mary Aldrich entertained at a atea atea s L Ltea
tea Tuesday afternoon In honor of Miss MissRobyn MissRobI1 MissRobyn
Robyn Young Those Tho Invited included a anumber a anumber nnumber
number of the debutantes of this and andlast andlast andlast
last season when Miss Aldrich was for formally tormaIly formally ¬
mally presented to society societyMrs socIetyMrs societyMrs
Mrs J 1 Eakln Gadsby will not be at athome athome athome
home until Thursday January 2 20 20MI1 2Mrs < X XMrs
Mrs J D Young and Miss Young re received received rocelved ¬
ceived yesterday afternoon and will bo boat boat hoat
at home on the following Wednesdays Wednesdaysduring Wedncsda Wednesdaysduring s sduring
during the season seasonMiss season1Iiss seasonMiss
Miss Eva Field FIel eldest daughter of Mr Mrand Mrand Mrand
and Mrs W S Field of this city and andMr andMr andMr
Mr Clyde M Hamblln of Brooklyn N NY NY NY
Y were married on Tuesday evening at atthe atthe atthe
the homo of the brides parents 10M Cal Calvert Calvert Calvert
vert street Rev Mr Do Vries of St St StMarks StMarks j
Marks Church performed the ceremony ceremonyOnly ceremonyOnly ceremonyOnly
Only a few intimate friends witnessed the theceremony theceromony theceremony
ceremony which was followed by a a re reception reception recepUon ¬
ception from 8 to 10 oclock The bride bridewore brIdewore bridewore
wore a gown of white satin trimmed trimmedwith trimmedwith trimmedwith
with pearls and carried a bouquet of
I Free Sample Digests DigestsWhat DigestsI
I What Stomach Co Couldnt
When a person finds himself suffering sufferingfrom sutterlngfrom sufferingfrom
from chronic indigestion there th re is Just Justone justone lustone
one of two things to do Discontinue the theuse theuse theuse
use of food almost entirely or obtain obtainsomething obtainsomething obtainsomething
something that will digest the food for foryou toryou foryou
you until your stomach muscles are In Inworking InworkIng inworking
working order again againIt againIt againIt
It Is possible to obtain a a remedy that thatwill thatwill thatwill
will digest food oven when the stomach stomachcant stomachcant stomachcant
cant and we can obtain the word of ofmany ormany ofmany
many reputable people to prove it It Since Sinceindigestion SinceindlSOiUon Sincerndlgeetion
indigestion Is usually complicated with withconstipation withonstlpatlon withtonstlpation
constipation and liver trouble it Is nec necessary neee5sary necescary ¬
essary to get a remedy remedythat that has laxative laxativeas
as well as digestive properties and which whichat whichat whichat
at the same time contains Ingredients Ingredientsthat Ingredientsthat ingredientsthat
that will tone and strengthen the th stom stomach stomach stomach ¬
ach and bowel muscles Such a remedy remedyaccording remedyacordlng remedyarcording
according to the testimony of people ople for fora forR fora
a quarter of a century Is Dr CaJdweUs
Syrup Pepsin which can be obtained of ofany ofan ofany
any an druggist at fifty cents C or one dollar dollara
a bottle as it comes In both sizes But
if you are one who has never used this thisgrand th8grand thsgrand
grand remedy and you would like to tomake tomake tomake
make a test of It before buying of your
druggist then send your name and ad
dress to Dr < Caldwell and he will glad
ly y send you a free sample bottle for trial trialIn
In this way thousands of people have
been brought to use it itYou It ItYou itYou
You cannot obtain a better or more re ¬
liable remedy for general family use useas useas useas
as It Is very curative In constipation of
the most stubborn kind In Indigestion
liver trouble sour stomach sick head headache headache headache
ache and other troubles caused by dis disorders disorders disorders ¬
orders of the stomach liver or bowels
Thousands of families like that of Mr
Frank Connor of 103 State street street Madi Madison Madison Madison ¬
son Wis and Mrs Virginia Cunning ¬
ham of Velr relr Miss no longer use the theordinary theordinary theordinary
ordinary dyspepsia cures for Indiges In lges ¬
tion nor cathartic pills or salts sa Its for con constipation constipation constipation ¬
stipation but they the get Dr Caldwells
Syrup Syrup Pepsin which Is truer and more moregenuine moregenuine moregenuine
genuine milder and more pleasant and andot
yet ot thoroughly effective Try It and see
the good results you will obtain obtainDr obtainDr obtainDr
Dr Caldwell personally will be pleased
to give you any medical advice you ou
may desire for yourself ourseU or family per ¬
taining to the stomach liver or bowels
absolutely ab oluteb free
of charge Explain your yourcase yourcase yourcase
case in a letter and he will reply r ply to you
In detail For the free sample simply
send your name and address on a postal postalcard postalcard postalcard
card or otherwise For either request
tho doctors address Is Dr W B Cald ¬
well R 628 Caldwell Building Montl
i cello Ill IllL
L < o
I Bride roses and lilies of the valley Mr Mrand Mrmd Mrand
and Mrs Hamblin left Immediately after afterthe afterhe afterthe
the he marriage ceremony on their wod woddlng wodding wadding
ding trip They will make maltethelr their home In InBrooklyn InBrooklyn inBrooklyn
Brooklyn BrooklynThe BrooklynThe BrooklynThe
The Southern Relief Society met Tues Tuesday Tu Tuday Tuesday ¬
day evening at the New Willard with withthe withthe Withthe
the president Mr Mrs Ir William F Dennis Dennisin DonnlsIn DennisIn
in the chair All the committees for tho thoannual thoannual theannual
annual ball which has come to be one of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the leading social events of a a Washing Washington WashIngton Washington ¬
ton season s ason reported splendid progress progressi progressTho progressThe
i The ball this year oar will be held on Fri Frlday Friday
day evening January 21 and there Is Isevery 19ever isevery I
every ever Indication that It will be one of litthe hithe ofthe
the most successful In the societys bril brilliant brilliant brilliant ¬
liant history historyMr bltor bltorMr historyMr
Mr F C Boggs and wife are at the theHotel theHotel theHotel
Hotel Woloott oloott New York this week weekAfter weekAfter weekAfter
After spending the holidays hollda s with his hisaunt hisaunt hisaunt
aunt Mrs M M N Dolaplane 1913 191 G street streetnorthwoBt streetnorthwCtt streelnorthwest
northwoBt northwest Dr C C Glascock has re returned returned returned ¬
turned to Yale Yalei YaleMrs YaleMrs YaleMrp
Mrs Richard Butler will be at home honipFridays hompFrld homeFridays
Fridays Frld ys In January at Stonelelgh Court CourtMr CourtIr CourtMr
Mr Ir and Mrs W Yo J P Clarke hat havIssued hatIssuod have haveissued
Issued cards announcing the marriage of oftheir oftheir oftheir
their daughter Alice Richardson to Mr MrWilliam MrWilliam Ir IrWilliam
William Moore McKay of North Caro Carolina CarolIntl Carolina ¬
lina The ceremony was performed by bythe bythe bythe
the Rev Ro Alfred Harding Bishop of ofWashington orVashlngton ofWashington
Washington at noon on Wednesday WednesdayJanuary WednesdayJanuary Vednesda VednesdaJanuar
January Januar 5 at the brides homo 1742 F Fi Fstreot Fstreet
i street northwest in the presence of rela relatives relatives relatives ¬
tives only Mr and Mrs McKay will willreside wHiresldo willreside
reside In North Carolina CarolinaMrs CarolinalIrs CarolinaMrs
Mrs P J 3 Lennox wife of Prof Lon Lonnox Lonnox Lenflex
nox of the Catholic University will be beat beat beat
at home at the Toronto tomorrow from fromto
4 to 6 oclock oclockThe ocl oclockThe < > < k I IThe
The College Womens Club will be at athome athome athome
home to Its members on Fridays in Janu January JanuRr Janeary ¬
ary Rr from 4 to B oclock at the thaomans thaomansBuilding Womans WomansBuilding WomansBuilding
Building 1 1i31 6 I street Mrs Thomas W WSidwell WSidwell WSidwell
Sidwell will be the hostess and at 5 5oclock 5oclock 5oclock
oclock Mrs IrJi L W Busbey will give an anInformal anInformal aninformal
Informal talk on her recent experiences experiencesin 6 < perlenc66 perlenc66In
in England while investigating tho con conditions conditions conditions ¬
ditions of the working women The club clubwhich clubwhich clubwhich
which is composed of alumnae of the va various various various ¬
rious colleges and unlverultles is plan planning planning plansing ¬
ning an attractive programme for th thwinter thtt thttwinter thwinter
winter winterA
A pretty wedding eddlng took place last I t night nightat nightat nightat
at the personage of the First Congrega Congregational Congrogatlonal Congregtional ¬
tional Church when whenMls Miss Grace May MayTaylor MayTaylor MayTaylor
Taylor became the bride brld of Ira M In Ingalls Ingalls IngalLs
galls Rev Dr Woodrow performed the theceremony theceremony theceremony
ceremony In the presence of close friends friendsof friendsOr friendsof
of the brldo and bridegroom A re reception reception roception ¬
ception and dinner was held after after th thceremony the theceremony theceremony
ceremony at S06 t H street northwest northwestIngalls Mr MrIngalls MrIngalls
Ingalls Is a well known employe mplo3 < o of th thGovernment the theGoernment theGovernment <
Government Printing Oflice OfliceMrs OtnceMrs 0111ccMrs
Mrs Eugene Byrnes Br will be at home homethis hemothis housethis
this afternoon at h her r residence 358 R Ri Rstreet Rstreet
i street street and will have he niece Miss MissHelen MIssHelen MissHelen
Helen Wyollff Cooper Coo > er a bud of this thisseason thll5e5Qn thisseason
season with her herMrs barMrs herMrs
Mrs Ennai Waggaman will not be at athome athome athome
home today but will recehe on the fol following following tellowing ¬
lowing Thursdays In January JanuaryMISS Januar1MISS JanuaryMISS
MISS CLARA BOAI WEDS WEDSGranddaughter WEDSGrn11tlllngJater WEDSCrandinuglter
Granddaughter of Buffalo nil Din an anEnglishmans nnEngll anEnglishmans
Englishmans Engll hmQbS Bride TlriilcNew llrlleNew BrideNew
New York Y rk Jan 5 5Mlss Miss Clara Deal Boalthe Doalthe Dealthe
the nineteenyearold granddaughter of ofCoK otCol ofCoL
Col William F Cody was married to toFranklin toFranklin toFranklin
Franklin Hamilton Benn of London Londonthis Lon Londonthis on onthis
this morning at U oclock at Trinity TrinityChapel Trlnlt TrlnltChapel TrinityChapel
Chapel ChapelCol ChapelCot ChapelCot
Cot Cody came to New York from tho thoWest thoWest theWest
West yesterday to give his granddaughter granddaughteraway granddaughteraway granddaughteraway
away The wedding party was as limited to torelatives torelatives torelatives
relatives and a a few friends of t the bride
and bridegroom bridegroomMrs bridegroomMrs bridegroomMrs
Mrs Benn has lived abroad a number numberof numberot numberof
of years and was educated In France FranceGermany FranceGermany FranceGermany
Germany and nn England Mr Benn lives livesat lIesat livesat
at Queen Anne Mansions In London and andIs nndIs andis
Is a partner in a large arg firm of lumber lumbershippers lumber8hlppers lumbershippers
shippers shippersThey 8hlppersThey shippersThey
They sailed for Hamburg today at 1 1oclock 1oclock 1oclock
oclock on the Kalserln Augusto tuguste Vic Victoria Victoria Victoria ¬
toria and after a tour on tho Continent Continentthey Continentthe Continentthey
they the will make their home In London LondonCol LondonCol LondonCot
Col Cody told a number of his hI old oldfriends oldfrIends oldfriends
friends about It today at the Hoffman HoffmanHpuse HottmanHpuse HoffmanHouse
Hpuse HpuseWhat HpuseWhat HouseWhat
What do you think he said gayly gaylyof sn gaylyof ly lyot
of Buffalo Bills granddaughter married marriedto
to an Englishman But he Is a fine boy boya
a fine boy boyRobs boyRobs boyRobs
Robs Red Cross Cr < tss Patient PatientBaltimore PatientBaltimore PatientBaltimore
Baltimore Jan 5 5The The police today todayarrested toda todaarrested todayarrested
arrested a man who gave his name as asJohn asJohn asJohn
John P Root but said he was also alsoknown alsoknown alsoknown
known as Robert J Abbe and Stanley StanleyWilliams StanleyWIlliams StanleyWilliams
Williams Root acknowledged that he hewas hewas hewas
was wanted In New York for larceny larcenyfrom larcenyfrom larcenyfrom
from a patient at the Red Cross Hospital Hospitalwhere Hospitalwhere Hospitalwhere
where he was employed as an orderly orderlyJane ordor ordorJane orderlyJane
Jane Addams Under Knife KnifeChicago KnifeChicago nlfc nlfcChicago
Chicago Chicago Jan 5 5LMig Miss Jane Addams Addamshead Addamshead Addamsbead
head of Hull House was operated on at atSt atSt atSt
St Augustlna Hospital by Dr A J JOchsner JOchsner JOchsner
Ochsner today Miss lIss Addams was resting restingcomfortably rostlngcomortablr restingcomfortably
comfortably after the operation which the theattending theattending theattending
attending physicians declared a success successIt SUCC08SIt successIt
It was made necessary necossar by the defective defectivehealing defectlyehealing defectivehealing
healing of a wound after an operation operationfor opocatlontor operationfor
for appendicitis appendl lUs twelve years ears ago agoLOCAL akoLOCAL agoLOCAL
LOCAL BEIEFSProceeding BRIEFS BRThPSProceedings BRIEFSProceedlogl
Proceeding for dlrorce were instituted in Dlsttkt
Supreme Court ycetenky by Rollln L Gibte RgaJiwt aga aga1artha sIs
Martha A Gibbs Attorneys Att neS Jum Jan iaxnts F Ceatcllo and
Jane A S Shea She repretent the petitianer petitianerIn
In I 15 order to cut down the expense for it fee tit tM
Treasury Departmeat it planning to t iaitall a plant
It is said that J3000J JtlOO CO would be SATed if such plants plantsxrcra plantere plantsvera
vera ere installed in all gOTerament buildings buildingsA buildingA
A A wood carving of William A Richards former formercommissioner tllrDHrcommissioner fennerccsnmlsstouir
commissioner of tba General ncral Load L 1d Office has been beenplaced beenplaced
placed in tho office of Fred
Dennett present r Dt com commissioner commlssloner j jmissioner ¬
missioner It was Ir caned by Frank Fran Bond chief
clerk in the Land Office from a block of pine Its
likeness to the former fOflD < < commissioner Is siid to be beperfect beperfect beperfect
perfect perfectThat perfectThat perfectThat >
That the District D rict intend to take issue with JUt Judge Judl
MuBowny of the PoJk Court in i his h recent opin ¬
ion in dismissing dkmMsl1l a CaSe of rlolaUon of the new newchicken newcklcktn
chicken regulation was u evidenced yesterday when
Corporation Counsel E H IL Thomaa taM the next
tlolation will be used as a test t t case to determine
the soundness of the law lawg
Trial of Accused JIuldereHegins Murderer MurdererBegins MurdererBegins
Begins This Morning MorningSIXTY AforningSIXTY MorningSIXTY
Jury Jnr Will VIII Be Selected from Thirty Thirtyflvc Thlrty1ln Thirtylive
live Talesmen Iultlmen51I1tcr Slater of Sluiii Ar Artist hrtllft ArI ¬
tist I I st to I 0 Testify rcstlfOollrt Court Stipends StipendsJudgement SUJlpcJuhJUlIGement a aJudenent
Judgement in Case of Men In Indtatutl Indhtcd Inl1uted
dtatutl for ItotalliuK Liuuor LiuuorP Mtluor MtluorF >
P F Cllateti KBlsht 1L3 5 KIBE meet U Alexandria AlexandriaVi AlexandxtWi
Vi li atrtkariied lI tllarUM I agt sit t n asS l carrier turner for The Wash Washington Wub1nlrton lVubtugton ¬
ington HeraM The Herald will bo ilcliiered daily dailyi dall1and dailyarid
i ted Sunday to any address in Alexandria for S9 S9couu 51 51cnut 55coin
couu coin a monte
985 King Kl Street StreetAlexandria StrteLloxandrla StreetAlexandria
Alexandria Va Jan 5 5Evorthlng Everything la laIn h hIn isin
In readiness for the trial rlal of Henry Smith Smiththe Smithtbe Smiththe
the negro charged with the murder of ofWalter oraltor ofWalter
Walter altor F Schultz tho Chicago artist artistwho orUstwho rtiet rtietwho
who was slain In this city march 6 last lastwhich lastwhich lastwhich
which will begin In the Corporation CorporationCourt CorporatJonCourt CorporationCourt
Court at JO O oclock tomorrow morning morningJudge mornIngJudge morningJudge
Judge L 1 C C Barley presiding Thlrtyflve Thlrtyflvetalesman Thirtyfiretalessnon
I talesman from Charlottesvllle Va will willreach wmrench willreach
reach here tomorrow morning morningAbout morningAbout morningAbout
About sixty witnesses wltne > > ses have been sum summoned summoned summound ¬
moned of whioh forty are for the prose prosecution prosecutIon prosecutlon ¬
cution Mrs A H Gillette sister of ofSchultz orhultz ofSchultz
Schultz hultz will arrive here tomorrow from fromSioux tromSIoux fromSioux
Sioux City Iowa and will testify It Itwag Itwas ItWa
wag Wa on the testimony of Smith that thatCalvin thatCalvin thatCalvin
Calvin Johnson Richard Pines and Eu Eugene Eucene Eugene ¬
gene Dorsey negroes were convicted of oftho ottho ofthe
tho murder aand sentenced to die in thg thgelectric tb tbelectric thpelectric
electric chair January 14 next He claims claimsh claimshit claimsho
h hit was wa forced at the point of a pistol pistolto pistolto pistolto
to participate In tho murder of Schultz Schultzand Schultzand Schultzand
and says he will repeat his story when whenhe whenhe whenhe
he is placed on the stand Smith will
be represented by Attorneys ttorne s Frederick FrederickP
P Russell and R D Brumback they theyhaving theyhaving theyhaving
having been assigned by the court to de defend detnd defend ¬
fend him Commonwealth Attorney S SG SG SG
G Brent will conduct the prosecution prosecutionTho proBiOutionThe prosecutionThe
The January tarm tl tsrmof m of the United States StatesCourt StatesCourt StatesCourt
Court for the ffla < < JJaat9rn tern district of Vir Virginia Virginia Virginia ¬
ginia Judge Edmund Waddill presiding presidingadjourned presidingadjournod presidingadjourned
adjourned shortly before noon today todayafter toda todaafter todayafter
after trauaotln transacting a small volume of bust business bu bustaces = l lneM ¬
ness George Shorter George Powelt Powelland Poweltand Poweltand
and Lemuel Crawford indicted for re retailing retaUtn retailing ¬
tailing taUtn liquor without a government governmentlicense goyernmentIlcen geernmentlicense
Ilcen license entered a plea of guilt guilty but the thecourt thecourt thecourt
court suspended n pencMd judgment in view low of ofthe otth ofth
the th fact that the tn accused hav have already alreadybeen alreadybeen alreadyboon
been puoi pUDlihed h d by the State courts courtsW courtsH courtsW
W H Mitchell charged with resisting resistingan
an officer had his case removed to Rich Richmond Richmond Richmosul ¬
mond Va for trial upon motion of his hiscounsel hi hicounaL hicounseL
counsel counselThe counaLThe counseLThe
The recently elected officers of Alva AlvaAerie AlvaAerie AlvaAcne
Aerie No ST1 Fraternal Order of Eagles Eagleswore Eagleswore Eagleswore
wore Installed tonight toq t at Sureta Hall HallPrevious Hlll1PreYlous ughPrevione
Previous to the iastajintion there was wasconsiderable waseo wasconsiderable
considerable eo llJderabie business bu lness transacted A large largeattendance largeattendance largeattendance
attendance was present Following the theceremonies thoeeromonlM theceremonies
ceremonies tIe members repaired to toMagners toJagners toMagnorg
Magners Cafe and enjoyed a banquet banquetSeveral banquetSeveral banquetSeveral
Several or the newly olected officers made madespeeches madefpeeche madeepeecheg
speeches A number of Washington mem members membon seembore ¬
bon of the order were ere present and as assisted 011slated assisted ¬
sisted in the Initiation ceremonies ceremoniesA emonl emonlA
A number of Alexandria delegates will willleave willleave W1I1J
leave J ave this city tomorrow morning for forRichmond forRichmond forRichmond
Richmond Va to represent this city at ata ata
a conference to be held at tt th the Jefferson JeffersonHoUl JefrersonHotel JeffersonHotel
Hotel that city for the purpose of in inaugurating Inaugurntlng inaugurating ¬
augurating certain changes In the form formof formot formof
of government In Virginia cities citiesAmong clUesmong citiesAmong
Among mong those expected to attend are areMayor ar aroor areMayor
Mayor oor Part president J R N Curtin Curtlnof Curtinor Curtinof
of the board of aldermen Alderman W WW V VW
W Ballenser Councilman Howard HowardY HowardYSmith W WSmith IVSmith
Smith and Councilman Charles B Mar Marshall Marshall Marshall ¬
shall the latter having haVIA b bean on designated designatedby
by President Snowden Q of tf the city coun council council councii ¬
cil as his hl proxy proxyThe pr proxyThe x xTile
The following recently elected officers officersof officersof officersof
of Georg Geor Mason lI n Council Royal no al Ar Arcanum Arcanum Arcaucus ¬
canum wore last night installed F J JPett JPettey JPettey
Pett Pettey y regant G H Sohwab vice re regent r regent ¬ 4gent
gent T H Fegan orator F C Crelgh Crelghton CreIghton Crelghton
ton treasurer Frank Warfleld collector collectorW oollecto oollectow
W F Baker chaplain Gt M Schwab Schwabguide Schwabguide Schwabguide
guide C K Tenn TennfNOl1 sson warden H Htryke As Astryke Astnke
tryke sentry C J W Summers J J JHanratty JHanratt JTianratty
Hanratty Hanratt and J E Chesser trustees trusteesF
F J Pettey representative to the grand grandcouncil grandcouncil grandcouncil
council and W Yo F Baker alternate alternateFrances alternateFrances alternateFrances
Frances B Griffin sixtytwo years ears old oldwidow oldwidow oldwidow
widow of Theodore W Griffin died this thisafternoon thl thlaftMnoon thisafternoon
afternoon at her home SIS Commerce Commercestreet Commercestreet mmerc mmercstreet
street Ilfter after fter a lingering illness Arrange Arrangements Arrangements Arrangemonte ¬
ments for the funeral have not been com completed comvloted cornpletod ¬
Funeral services over the body of Harry HarryA Harr HarrA
A Gray who died Monday last took tookplace tookplace tookplace
place at 3 oclock this thl afternoon from his hishome hishome hishome
home 133 Gibbon street Rev J M MHolmes MHolmes r rHolmes
Holmes pastor of the Methodist Protest Protestant ProtestQnt Protestant ¬
ant Church conducted the services In Interment Interment Interrnent ¬
terment was in the Methodist ethodlst Protestant ProtestantCemetery ProtestantCemetery ProtestantCemetery
Cemetery CemeteryThere CemeteryThere CemeteryThere
There will ill a 1 meeting of the commuters commuterstraveling commuterstravollng commuterstraveling
traveling over the Washington Alexan Alexandria Alexandrln Alexandna ¬
dna and Mount Vernon Railway at 8 Soclock 8oclock 8oclock
oclock tomorrow night at the rooms of ofthe orthe ofthe
the chamber of commerce The object Is Isto 15to isto
to secure better service serviceA serviceA
A euchre and dance was given this thisevening thiseonlng thisevening
evening at the Young Mens Sodality Ly Lyceum Lyceum ¬
ceum Hall by the alumni of St St Marys MarysAcademy MarysAcadem MarysAcademy
Academy Academ There was a large attendance attendanceand attendMcOand attendanceand
and many handsome prizes wore awarded awardedthe awardedtho awardedthe
the successful contestants Following the theeuchre theeuchre theeuchre
euchre thoro was dancing dancingThe dancIngThe dancingThe
The recently elected officers of Potomac PotomacLodge PotomaoLodge I ILodge
Lodge No 38 Order of Odd Fellows will willbe willbe willbe
be installed tomorrow night at 5 oclock oclockat oclockat oclockat
at Odd Fellows Hall Dr Edwin P PTurner PTurner PTurner
Turner grand master of the State will willbe willbo willbe
be present and will be given a reception receptionMiss receptionMiss receptionMiss
Miss Hattie Limerick and John W TVMason WMason WMason
Mason were married yesterday afternoon afternoonat afternoonat
at 430 oclock The ceremony was per performed pertonned performed ¬
formed by Rev W B Lankford pastor pastorof pastorof pastorof
of the Second Baptist BapU t Church ChurchIn ChurchIn ChurchIn
In the Corporation Court today Judge JudgeL JudgeL
L C Barley presiding Anna Bell TBrum TBrummit Brummit 3rum 3rummlt
mit was granted a divorce from Edward EdwardBrummit EdwardBrummtt I IBrummit
Brummit on the grounds of desertion desertionDr dltSertlonDr desertionDr
Dr J TV V Burke of this city loft to tonight tonight tonight ¬
night for New York H He will sail for forVienna forVienna forVienna
Vienna where he will take a special specialcourse specialcourse I Icourse
course In medicine He will return within withinthe withinthe L Lthe
the next six months monthsGov monthsGov monthsCoy
Gov Swanson has appointed George L LApplch LApplch LAppich
Applch this city a notary public publicIndorsed publicIndorsed publicIndorsed
Indorsed for Lnriona Scat ScatLexington SCfLtLexington SeatLexington
Lexington Ky Jan 5 5Tho The Fayotte Fayottebar Fayottebar Fayettbar
bar Wednesday afternoon adopted res resolutlons resolutions resolutions
olutions Indorsing John T Shelby for forappointment forappointment to toappointment
appointment to the vacancy caused by bythe bythe b r rthe
the promotion of Judge Lurton to the theSupreme theSupreme th thSupreme
Supreme bench A committee was wa ap appointed appointed appointed ¬
pointed by the chair to confer with the thebars thebars thebars
bars at other places and secure their theirIndorsement theirIndorsement thebindorsement
Indorsement for the petition to the Pres President President ¬
ident for the appointment j I I I
Not ot Using Patronage Club to Whip WhipIiiKurgcnta WhIpInllnrgent Whiplesargesite
IiiKurgcnta Into Line LineVictor IJlneVictor LineVictor
Victor Rosewater national committee committeeman committeeman committeeman
man for Nebraska had an Interview by byappointment byappointment byappointment
appointment with the President yester yesterday ye yesterday ter terday ¬
day with referonco to political matters mattersIncidentally matterIncidentally mattersIncidentally
Incidentally the President Pre fdent said saidI saidI
I want you to help correct the reports reportsto reportsto reportsto
to the effect that I Ii Iasn tarn using the patron patronage Pfitronage patronage ¬
age club to whip socalled insurgents Into IntoIJne IntoUne IntoIjee
IJne There is a wellfounded custom customthat customthat customthat
that in making certain appointments such suchas suchas suchas
as postoffices the President should act acton actoil
on recommendation of the members of ofCongress ofCongross ofCongress
Congress This obligation resting on the thePresident thtPre thePresident
President Pre ldel1t however is I reciprocal reciprocalThe reclproca1The reciprocalThe
The Republican Congressman Congre 811U1n IB I under undera
a similar obligation to support adminis administration admin administration 1 1tratJon ¬
tration measures recommended by the thePresident thePresident thePresident
President to carry out platform pledges pledgeson pledgeson
on whloh both of us wore elected I have havenot havenot havenot
not turned down recommendations of ofinsurgent orInsurgont ofInsurgent
insurgent Congressmen but as simply simplypreserving simplypresorvlng simplypreserving
preserving the status IUO to Impress them themwith themwith themwith
with their obligation obligationThis oblfgllt1onThis obligationThis
This statement of the t e Presidents was wasprovoked wul wasprovoked
provoked by the publication of reports reportsthat reportsthat
that he contemplated withholding patron patronage patronage tron tronage ¬ I
age from those Republicans who withheld withheldtheir withheldtheir withheldtheir
their support from the regular organiza organization organlzatlon organization ¬
tion in tho House The President makes makesit maheit J JIt
it clear that the club may be used on oninsurgents oninsurgents j
insurgents who oppose administration pol policies pcIIdes ¬
Ides but nothing is said relative to the theproposition theproposition theproposition
proposition that patronage may he b denied deniedinsurgents deniedinsurgents I
insurgents who are not supporting the theCannon theCannon theCannon
Cannon organization organizationSKEPTICAL organIzationSKEPTICAL organizationSKEPTICAL
Handwriting of Roberta de Janon JanonBefore JanonBefore anon anonBefore
Before the Police PoliceWife PoliceUe PoliceWife
Wife Ue of BellevncStrntford DcII TueStratford Waiter WaiterWho aJter aJterVho 1 1Who
Who Eloped with Heiress HelreiSubmits lIe1reSubmit HeiressSubmits
Submits Missives
Philadelphia Jan 6 6Examlnatlon Examination of ofthe oCtho
the letters whiqh Roberta B de dE Janon Janonis JanonIs JanonIs
is said to have written to Prderlok PrderlokCohen PrederlokCohon FrderlekCohen
Cohen the BellevueStratford waiter waiterwas walterwas
was mado today by the local police who whogot wbogot
got the originals from Mrs Cohen CohenNo CohenNo CohenNo
No report of the examination was made madepublic madepublc madepublic
public but it is said that tbt there is isdoubt Isdoubt isdoubt
doubt that tht the letters leter are genuine genuineWhen lenun genuineWhen
When detectives detecto visited visie Mrs Irs Cohen and andasked andasked
asked for the te originals of the letters letes al already a atready ¬
ready redy made public she produced produce a new newbatch newbtch newbatch
batch btch of notes note addressed addree like the others othersto othersto othersto
to Dear Dar Papa Papa or Dear D r Fred Fo and ap apparently apparently ¬
parently prenty In the handwriting hadwritng of th the mis missing missing ¬
sing girl girlAH girlAl girlAll
AH Al persons concerned concrne In the hunt are areobserving areoblerlng areobserving
observing the Instc Instructions sent out ot by byDetectlvo bYDetectvo byDetective
Detective Detectvo OLeary OLn In which whih he demand demanded doman demanded
ed e silence sienc on the part pt of the girls grls rela relatives relatves relatires ¬
tires tves Mr 1r Buist and ad his friends friens said Si tc to today > v vday
day that they know of no new develop developments developmeats ¬
meats ment mentORPHANS
Panic Follows Folows Explosion Exlosion of 0 of Dyna Dynamite Dynamite ¬
mite mt in i Stove StoveMatron Stove31ntron Stoveintron
Matron intron Rashes Children Cidren from Bed Bedand Bedand Bedand
and Grapple Grpplel with wih Blaze Until UntilFiremen Uti UntilFiremen
Firemen Arrive ArrivePetersburg ArrTe ArrTePetesbrg
Petersburg Petesbrg Ind In mi Jan 5 LMrs Mra n Alice AliceGrassier Alce AlceGr8sI8 AliceGreesier F
Grassier Gr8sI8 matron mnto of o the orphans 0D home homein homeIn homeIn
in this ths city was ws superintending superntol3 the get getting gettag gettiag ¬
ting tag of breakfast brou this morning when whensome whensome
some dynamite in a lump of coal ca ex exploded e eplodo ¬
ploded plodo tearing tering the stove 80 to pieces piees and andsetting andsetUng L
setting settng fire fre to the th house hOe The stove stoveHda 8tO0Ud stoveIlda
Hda Ud were hurled burle by the explosion exlosion Into Ito the thecoiling thecolng thecoiling
coiling colng above abve and an st set et nre fre fire to the laths lathsand lathsand
and rafters while whie the floor for caught cught from fromthe fom fomthe L Lthe
the burning coal cl scattered scater on every ver side sideFortyflvo aideFortyfive
Fortyflvo Fortfo children chidren moat mo t of o them th6 In Inbed Inbe hibed
bed be wero in the house huse and ad for a few fewmoments rw rwmmets fescmoments
moments mmets there was w panic pic among aong the at attendants attendat
tendants tendat but Mns Mm Greasier Gres18 ordered odee them themto tem temto themto L
to get the children ohldren out of of o bed wrap w them thornin themIn themIn
in blankets bl nkots and ad take te them to a place placeof pace paceo placeof
of o safety sety She then began bg a single sngle snglehande singlehanded
handed hande light fght against the te nre fre fire and a sub subdued subdue shbdeed ¬
deed due the flames fame before bfore tho fire fre engines enginesarrived enginearrived
arrived arrlvcdATESEON
Schedule Out for PhilliesAthletics PhilliesAthleticsGnrnen PhIUesAthlctc PhIUesAthlctcGnmes Ph iliiesAtblelcaGames
Games GnrnenPhiladelphia GnmesPhnadelphla GamesPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Jan JanIThe i 5The The dates have havebeen hRvebeen havebeen
been announced for the anteseason ante asf Inter Interleague Interleage interleague
league leage games between the Philadelphia PhiladelphiaNationals Phiadelphia Phiadelphiaatonals PhiladelphiaNationals
Nationals atonals and theFhiladelphJa thePhiadelphia American AmericanLeague AmericanLeague mercn mercnLgue
League Lgue teams toms The series B rle consists cnsists of nine ninegames ninegmes ninegames
games gmes to be b played In this city t beginning beginningon begnning begnningon
on April Aprl 1 1Tho 1The 1The
The schedule follows April Apri 1 Phillies Philliesgrounds Ph Philltesgrounds i tes tesgounds
grounds gounds 2 2 Athletics grounds gounds 4 I Phillies1 Phillies1grounds PhUUegounds Philliesgrounds
grounds gounds 5 Athletics Athletcs grounds gounds 6 6 Phillies Philliesgrounds PhlUes PhlUesgrounds Phllliesgrounds
grounds 7 Athletics AthleUc grounds gunds 9 9 Phillies Philliesgrounds Ph1les Ph1lesgounds Philllegrounds
grounds gounds 10 open 11 1 Athletics AthletfC grounds groundsand gounds goundsand groundsanti
and 12 1 Phillies Ph lies grounds groundsThe groun groundsThe s
The Phillies Ph lie leave here to train tran at atSouthern atSouthern atSouthern
Southern Pines PIne about abut March Mach 1 and an the theAthletics te teAthlatcs theAthletIcs I
Athletics Athlatcs go to Atlanta Atanta Ga Ga about abut the theeame theeame F Fsame
eame date dateTRAIN dateTRAIN
Wagon WnAon Sent to Rescue Relcue of Poxaen Poxaengcrs Pl Passengers n ngcrl
gcrs gcrl Four Days Late LateSal LateSalt
Salt Sal Lake Lae City Utah Jan B 5Traln Train No
4 on the San Pedro Salt Sal Lake and ad LOB LOBAngeles La LaAngeles LosAngeles I
Angeles Railroad Rairoa due here from Los Ls An Angeles Angeles Angeles ¬ I
geles January 1 Is L stalled staled In the desert desertfive desertfe desertfIve I i
five fe miles mies from Callonte Calonte Nov No the track trackon trak trakOn tracirOn
on both bth sides having been torn out by bytho bytho bythe
tho flood food of last week Tho train trnn Is carry carrying car carryiflg ¬
ing in the neighborhood neighbrhood of 150 19 passengers passengersPlenty plengOs passengersPlenty
Plenty of provisions are on hand and andthere andthere andthere
there Is no danger of suffering uferlng from lack lackof lak lakot lachof
of food foodTies foodTies J JTies
Ties are being torn from the tracks traks and andused and andused I Iused
used as fuel with wit which to make steam steamfor stem stemfor t tfor I I
for heating hetng the cars carsAs ears earsAs earsAs I
As soon as wagons can cn reach reh the stalled stalledtrain stale I IS
train a matter matte of throe thro or four fout days dQ the thepassengers th thepassengers S
passengers passenger will wi bo taken to Barclay Barclaywhere Brlay Brlaywhere Barclaywhere
where a train will wl be waiting waitng to bring bringthem bing bingthem brIn brInthem
them to Salt Salt Lake Lke City CityTrncliTvalker Ciy CiyTrackwalker CityTrackwalker
Trackwalker Convicted ConvictedDominion ConvictedDmk ConvictedDominion
Dominion Dmk Fulsjeo FaJJ ItaMan Ia trackwalker teklker was 5 COB COBTided C co coylctal
Tided Ttcc in Criminal Cminl Court C No ro 1 yesterday elY aftmwen aftmwenfrf a attersoeiof
of attempted trainwreddng in Union Station
g tusno
attpe tri Un Stat tnanot tnanotOH U I Ioctoijer
OH o October Oco W 1 a aM d Xorembcr XtmO 17 1 lest I Fakfco F who whotook wh S Stook
took to the t stand sn in his hi era 0 behalf bhf dented dl all a3 a3Motion coo cooiMction r
Motion with the crime WQH William
nlon wt tt ce WHamo m A Wustes DiJ Ddegiaenegro Wustesnogro
negro nt vena wa convicted eTice ot o embezzling e Hn U J from tr the theGeonje Ue UeOeJe thi thiGeorge
George OeJe W Knar Kn Company Cp He le was U tetcsced fC by k r
Justice JUc Go Gould to t sore se six s n mth months > ootbs ia i jtiL jtiLHale jl jlUaJe dl dlHale
Hale and Frye Fre Reconciled ReconciledSenators Reconcled Reconcledt Reconciled5enatsi
Senators t Frye F and an lIsts la0 kayo reconciled mt their theirmisunderstanding tor tormetndlng thol C Cmisunderstanding
misunderstanding metndlng over oe the nomination nlntO of Robert Rob T TWhitefamue TWhleoe T TWhitebonee
Whitefamue Whleoe of Portland Polan recommended rode by b Senator SenatorFrye SDrr SDrrFre SenateFrye
Frye Fre to succeed suc himself h lf ts f United Unte States St att bttorne attorney S
for or the district of Maine Mr fr WhiUbousoa
te distc lnc Whlt 8 Base Basewill DmE DmEmI na E Etrill
will mI again ag be b sent snt to tie Io Senate Sate and aD Senetor Setr Frye Fryeboa Frr a ahas
boa to hl confirmation confirmationUndoubtedly cinfirruatiosiUndoubtedly been bn led le to t believe btee thtrOiWill tee thuoflil jwm bo b no n opposition oppositionto opto opposlUoto
mnto mntoUndoubtedly
Undoubtedly the whiter witer will w1 see a tre tremendous tremendous tremendous ¬
mendous revival reva of black blac1 for evening eveningwear eveningWM eveniniwear
wear WM J
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GIFTS GI BY Y THE TH G A E EPresentations RPrexentatons
Prexentatons P Presentations and Spceche Made by byMembers byJlember byMenobers
Members Jlember of Washington Vaahlngon pot PoitiWith potWih PostsWith
With Wih much speechmaking speehmaklnb and pros presentation pre preentation prosntation ¬
entation e of gifts glt Interspersed with pa patriotic patitc pariotic ¬
triotic titc t songs son s officers of Lincoln and Gar Garfield Garfe Garfield
field fe posts pt G A R R were Installed Instaled last lastnight lastnight lastnight
night Outgoing officers ofcers were mode mae to tofeel totel tofeel
feel tel they had served sno their poets post better betterthan beter beterthan betterthan
than It had ever been served seIed before beore and andtheir andther andheir
their ther t successors sucesrs pledged plege they would oul give givea
a good go account acount of their stewardship stewardshipLincoln etewardshlpLncon stewardshipLincoln
Lincoln Lncon Post held hel its It meeting meetng in G A AR AR Aa
R R Hall Hal In connection conneton with wIt the te Womans WomansRelief WomansRelef WomansRelief
Relief Relef Corps Demonstrations Demon trtlons of appre appreciation appreciaton appreciation ¬
ciation ciaton to the retiring rptrlng officer ofcer was ws shown shownby Bhownby shownby
by words and gifts giftsThe giftsThe
gts gtsTe
The Te poet POt presented preente retiring retrIng Command Commander Commande ¬
er e A B Chatfield with a silver slver service serviceand senlcennd serviceand
and tho president prsident of the Relief corps corpswith corpswIth corpswith
with a solid soli gold badge bdge The Th members membersof
i of the Womens Relief Corps showed ap appreciation appeiaton appredation ¬
predation peiaton by b presenting pre nUng their president presidentwith preident preidentwih presidentwith
with wih a cut glass punch bowl bwl and an silver silverknives siver siverknives silverknives
knives forks and spoons spns O H Old Oldroyd Oldroyd Oldroyd
royd presented a gold gld Grand Army Armycharm Armychar Armycharm
charm char to Adjutant Adjutnt S W McElderry McElderryand McEderry McEderrya MeEldorryand
and a retiring retfrng officers ofcers received reeived flowers fowers and andother andother andother
other tokens of good will willAt wil wiliAt
At the meeting meetng of Garfield Gafel Poet PMt hold holdat heldat holdat
at 4 419 Tenth street northwest norhwet a a a musical musicalprogramme musicalprogramme
programme progamme was wa given glv following folowig Installa instla instlatin Lastallation Installation ¬
tion tin af officers ofcers A feature feaure was a a song songand songan I Iand
and an dance dnce by Misses Misse Mildred lIdN and an Ruby RubyRaymond Rub RubR RubyRaymond
Raymond RaymondHarry R RaymondHarry mon
Harry Ha B Wood Woo and nn Miss Is Louise Lise Wood Woodgave Wod Wodgave Woodgave
gave a violin vl01n duet duet Miss lss Alma Alma South Southwlok Southwlc Southwick
wick wlc and ad Miss Doris Dris Weber gave gve piano pianosolos plO plOSI0
solos SI0 A feature feture was wa an original oiginl poem poemby pem pemby poemby L
by Dr D Charles Chale Calver Ch A bouquet buuet of ofcarnations ofernaUons ofcarnations
carnations ernaUons was w presented prCento to Commander CommanderJohn Commander CommanderJohn CommanderJohn
John G Maynard MaynardAt MaynardAt Ianrd IanrdAt
At Lincoln Llneln Post Pot the following folowIng officers officerswere oteers oteersWoe officerwore
were Woe Installed instale J T E McCabe 1lcabe com commander co comander cornmander ¬
mander mander A H Feathers Feather senior vice Ice com commander commfer cornmender ¬
mender mfer W IV V K Raymond Ramond junior junir vice vicecommander vleecommaner I Icommander
commander commaner A A H Johnson M 1 D sur surgeon surgen ourgeon ¬
geon gen Rev J D Blood Blogoo Bloodgood good chaplin chaplinGeorge chapin chapinGerg chapIinGeorge
George Gerg B Rose quartermaster George GeorgeW Gorge GorgeW GeorgeStreet
W Street Street officer ofcer of the day Archie Bur Burgess Burges Burgoes ¬
goes ges officer oter of the guard gard S W McEl McElderry McElderfJ McE1derry ¬
derry adjutant a Jutnt O H OWroyd Olroyd senior seniormajor seniormar seniormajor
major mar and George Gerge M Rowe quarter quartermaster qurter qurtermfer quartermaster ¬
master mfer sergeant The Te Womens Relief ReliefCorps Reler RelerCorps BelielCorps
Corps elected Mrs Irs E S Me
Meyers 6rs presi president pres prod proddent ¬
dent Mrs Nettle Xetle Borland Borlan senior vice vicepresident ylecpresident Ice Icepeident
j president peident Mrs Irs rs Elizabeth Elz beth Stewart Stewar junior juniorvice juniorc juniorvice
vice c president preient Mrs Irs Hattie Hatte ChntfieW ChntfieWchaplin Chtfiel Chatfieldchapfln
chaplin capin Mrs 1rs Olive Ole Raymond Raond conductor conductorMrs conductor conductorMrs conductorMrs
Mrs Mary lIay Connor guard and Mrs Olive OliveHaynle OlheHa OliveHaynie
Haynle Ha nl6 treasurer treasurerOfficers treasure treasurerOfficers
Officers Ofcers of the Garfield Gareld Post ost are Com Commander Commander Cornmarsdcr ¬
mander John G Maynard Iana senior vice vicecommander Vl6 Vl6cmmander S Scommander
commander cmmander E A Fenton junior junir vice vicecommander Iee Ieecommander S Scommander
commander William WlIa M Potter adjutant adjutantWilliam adjutantWllam adjutantWilliam
William Wllam Zirlox quartermaster L 1 J Mel Melchlor Melchkir 1el 1elchlor
chlor surgeon surgen Dr Thomas Calver Clver chap chaplain chaplain chaplain ¬
lain James Jame H Bradford Bratord officer ofc of the theday thed8 I Idey
day d8 John Connolly Connoly Connoll officer ofcer of the guard guardJohn gard gardJohn guardJohn
John E Bristol patriotic ptrioti instructor instructorJames instruto InstructorJames
James H Bradford and sergeant major majorA majr majrA majorA
Late Auditor Audior Leaves Ien c an auEdnte Estate Efttl Efttlmated ERt Estiranted
mated at 200000 200000By OO
By B the terms ters of the will of Cot James JamesG JamesG JamesG I
G Payne late auditor of the Supreme SupremeCourt SupremeCourt
Court Curt of the District Distrot dated Juno 25 2 103 103all 18 lisfiall
all al of the testators household furniture furniturebooks turltur turlturbooks furniturebooks
books books pictures horses horse carriages and andmoney anI anImoney antimoney
money are left to his wife Sarah Sarh A APayne APa APayne
Payne PayneThe Pa PayneThe I1e I1eThe
The widow Is also to receive reehe the net In Income Income income ¬
come of the remaining rem lnlng estate estto during her herlife berue herlife
life ue The Union Trust Company Compn Is made madetrustee mae maetrtee madetrustee
trustee trtee After Afto Mrs Paynes death the thetrust thetrust
trust company compy is to continue cntnuo to manage managethe managethe
the estate pay onehalf the Income to toMrs te teMrs
Mrs Eleanor M Payne Pnyne widow of George GeorgePayne I IPayne
Payne and the other half to Mrs r Fran Frances Fra Franeec ¬
eec H Payne wife Ire of Harry Harr Payne Pa ne dur during during ¬
ing their lives lv When Wen Mrs Eleanor Elenor H HPayne HPayne
Payne dies dle onesixth of the entire entre os ostate e estate
tae tate is i to be b delivered delvere to James Jamo M Payne Payneand Pacan S Sand
and an twosixths twosIxths to Eleanor Eienr T Payne Paynegrandchildren P8uo P8uogradchidren Paynegrandchildren
grandchildren gradchidren of the testator testatorOn tetator tetatorOn tostatorOn
On the death doth of Mrs Frances Fances H Payne
500 i is to be paid pi Marion arlon H Payne Pa Paynegrandson I1e a agrandson L
grandson grandon and ad the remainder of onehalf onehalfof onehallof
of tho entire entre estate divided equally equaly be between between between ¬
tween Sarah Srah and Rebecca Rebec Payne grand granddaughters grnd grnddau granddaughters ¬
daughters dau hter of Cd Co Payne PayneThe ParneThe PayneThe
The widow and the trust company are arenamed arename nrc S Snamed
named name as executors exeutors No petition petton show showing showIng showing ¬
ing the value of the estate has ha been filed filedbut fled fledbut filedbut
but it is estimated estmated at f2O f2OXure 200000 200000Jfnrxes 2OOOOONurses
Nurses Xure Condition Condiion Unchanged UnchangedPhysicians UnchangedPh UnchangedPhysicians
Physicians Ph 8Iclans of the Emergency Hospital Hospitalsaid Hospial Hospialsaid 1 1saifi
said late last night that the te condition conditionof condion condionoC S Sof
of Miss Mary Brown the trained nurse nursewho nursewho nursewho
who was shot by Martin Marin L L I Sterling Sterlingremained Sterlng Sterlngremained Sterlingremained
remained unchanged Pneumonia Peumonia devel developed developed doveloped ¬
oped as a a a complication complcton yesterday yesterd9 In Miss MissBrowns MissDrowns Mts 3 3Browns
Browns case cae which reduces favorable favorableconditions favorableconditons S Sconditions
conditions conditons for recovery recoveryDenHock recoveryDeadlock j jDeadlock
Deadlock in Negotiations XegrotiatlonsNegotiations NegotiationsNegotiations iegotlatlonsNqoUatos
Negotiations NqoUatos for fo the to Chinese Cne rlld railroad loan ln nre nrestill ar ar e estill
still si deadlocked ddoke by the unjieWiog ulieJng attitude attlc of the theFrrooh theFc th a aFrenCh
FrenCh Fc bankers bner who h are ar participants frdpta in i the lean leanTho lean loanThe
The To American British Brt and aD German Geran banker blken it itvia I I Iwas
via I Mid Md had reached rce a complete cpJte agreement aget and a an i iall j
all 1 that tat was necessary n for fo the consummation oUo of o the theloan t th e eloan
Jo loan was to t obtain ob th te the assent lnt of French Fr bankers bankersXo bnke bankersNo
Xo ro Information froaon was w obtained obtnr at to the State Btto Bttomt Depart Department Deerl Deerlmost ¬
most mt aa to t the basis b of o the te controvcny rty but bt It wu wusaid wa waeald U UId
said to bo of a trivial nature
Id t b o t r J lu
Continued from Paso One OneIowa O OIowa OueIowa
Iowa Iowa Senator Cummins yesterday fired firedthe tred tredthe firedthe
the opening shot In the te battle btte to t be bewaged bewaged bewaged
waged in Congress Congres in behalf bhalf of the te gov government go goernment government ¬
ernment clerks He submitted sbmitte a 8 mac resolution r maclution c cluton ¬
lution luton calling calng on the te Department Deparuet of Com Commerce Commerce Cornmerecs ¬
merce and ad Labor Lbr for Information Inforaton on tho thosubject to tosUbject thisubject
subject subjectAs sUbject subjectA
As A chairman charap of the Senate Seate Committee Committeeon Cotee Coteeon
on Civil Civl Service Serfc and Retrenchment thi thilowan t thiIowan
Iowan stated that tat various yarous bills bil have been beenintroduced ben benintroduced beenintroduced
introduced In the past pt designed deged to Im Improve Improve Improve ¬
prove the efficiency etcency of the te clerks cerks In the toepublic thepublc thepublic
public publc service serice but each ech one has failed failedof fa1ed fa1edor failedof
of passage passageHe psage psageHe passageHe
He said sad the te Department Depent of Commerce Commerceand Coerce Coerceand Commerceand
and Labor Lbr has he In its possession ps eslon informs Information infrma infrmaton informstlpn ¬
tion ton tlpn collected colete by a special agent aget In for foreign torelgn forelgn ¬
eign elgn countries Ountries dealing deaing with ith retirement retirementplans retrement retrementplans retirementplans
plans Owing O 1ng to an objection objecton by Sen Senator Senator Senator ¬
ator Aldrich Aldrch the measure meure failed taied of Im Immediate Immediate Iramediate ¬
mediate consideration consideton and a was referred referredto refered referedto
to the committee committeeMovement comite comitelo committeeMovement
Movement lo ement Is General GeneralThe Genera GeneraThe GeneralThe
The movement against aginst the loan loa sharks sharksseems shksEoems sharksseems
seems Eoems to be becoming general geneaL It is at atleast atleast atleast
least spreading spreaing A dispatch dlspth from fom Colum Columbus Columbus Columbus ¬
bus Ohio last night brought bouht the tb In Information Inw InwI information ¬
I formation fortion that Representative Repeett GlHigan GlHiganof Gllga Gllgaof
of that State state will w1 Introduce itrouco a bill bl in i the thelower t thelower
lower house to prohibit pIbit the te operations operatons of ofloan ofloan ofloan
loan sharks sharksStates sharksSttes sharksStates
States Sttes Attorney Atorney Albert Albr S S J Owens Owenshas Owenshas Owenshas
has received reelo from the police polce department departmentof deparment deparmentof
of Baltimore Batmore a mass ms of7 orlnformaCn of Information con concerning cn cncering concerning ¬
cerning cering the chattel ohatel and salary sala loan bust business bUl bUlI bustness ¬
ness nos in Baltimore BnltmOe of the bad conditions conditionswhich condions condionswhich copditionswhich
I which were wee recently reety exposed exe there there The TheInformation ThoIntonatoft Theinformation
Information Intonatoft gathered gored by the officers onca officers c cthe ct ctthe cfthe
the police plce department doprtment concerns not only onlythe onlythe onlythe
the names of the backers of many of ofthe otthe ofthe
the companies compaiesInformaton companieslnformatlOfl Information hard to get getas getas getas
as a usual usua thing thingbt thingbut but the number nube of loans loansoutstanding Joansouttanding loansoutstanding
outstanding outtanding with many of the companies companiesWhile cpnnle cpnnleWhie companiesWhile
While Whie twentyeight twentelght of the seventyfour seventyfourcompanies seventyfourcompanies ventyoureompnles
companies eompnles questioned questfono by the police plie refused refusedto rse refusedto
to give gv the Information Intomaton desired delr the re reports reports reports ¬
ports turned turne In show that the total num number numbe auraber ¬
ber be of outstanding outstaning loans with wit those com companies compnies cornpanies ¬
panies pnies who answered ansere amount aount to 13733 13733separate l 1335separate
separate seprate accounts accountsPolice aeunt aeuntPoUce accountsPolice
Police After Arer Them ThemIn Tem TemIn ThemIn
In Philadelphia Phiadelphia the te police plee are compelling compellingthe cmpellng compellingthe
the restitution restituton of usurious charges made madeby madeb madeby
by b tho loan lOn sharks shaks The city cty hall there theraIs ther thereis
Is dally dtn overrun overn with wth victims VJtRI of the theshylocks theshyloks theshylocks
shylocks shyloks 1 may my be found foun advisable aviNble to toask toask toask
ask the Washington police plle department deprtet to toexplain to6plfln toexplain
explain 6plfln why wh It I has ba not taken te action actionA acti actionA
A victim 1ctm of loan lon sharks shaks In Washington Washingtonborrowed Wasington Wasingtonborowe Washingtonborrowed
borrowed borowe 40 4 He has hs made mde no D payment paymentUp p paymentLp met metp
Up p to date he owes owe with fh Interest Intere JM24 JM24In tsLZi1n 2
In the language of the street strM Caa you youboat youbot youbent
boat bot It It I is I for these th8e helpless hepQs persons personsThe prsns prsnsTho personsThe
The Washington Herald Herl has ba labored Jabe and andcontinues andcontinues andcontinues
continues to labor labr There Ther Is joy j In work working workIng working ¬
ing in a f righteous cause caus causMANS causeIItEANS
Pharmacopoeia Affected 1ected hy Ruling Rulingon RuJng RuJngon RulingWhat
on What bnt Is I IVhtHlcrt IVhtHlcrtRecent WliiekyVRecent hI1Qru hI1QruRecent
Recent rulings rlng by President Preient Taft Tat may maynecessitate maynecessitate
necessitate neeitate complete cmplete revision of the es established establshed cctabllsh ¬
tablished tablshed tabllsh d answer t ti tq < j the th question queston What WhatIs Wat WatIs Whatis
Is Whisky Whlsk In tb the Pharmacopoeia PhrmacopoeIa stand standard std stdard standard ¬
ard for pharmacists pbamedts throughout the theUnited theUnle theUnites
United Unle States State and an adopted adoted as a law by the theDepartment theDe theDeptrtment
Department De rtmet of Agriculture lelure In enforce enforcement enforcement enforcemont ¬
ment of the pure pre drug and food to act ac according a acording nocording ¬
cording to George Gerge M Beringor Berngor of Cam Camden C Camden
den N tf committeeman commiteema on revision revisionnamed revIsionnamed revisionnamed
named by the te American meriCn Pharmaceutical PharmaceuticalAssociation PharmaceutJc PharmaceuticalAssociatIon
Association AssociationSuch AssociatIonSuch golaton golatonSuch
Such an opinion opni was wa given last lat night nightby nightby nightby
by Mr r Beringer In an address addres before beforethe beforetho beforethe
the Washington Washingto branch of the nationalorganization national nationalorganization natonal natonalorgnlmUo
organization orgnlmUo at the te National Ntonal College Colege of ofPharmacy otPharmacy ofPharmacy
Pharmacy In the revision revisin of the Phar Pharmacopoeia Phar Pharmacopia Pharmacopoela ¬
macopoeia macopia the te definitions denlton5 of the 1000 10 or ormore ormore ormore
more subjects subjets will wl be considered cnsiderd and andchanged andchan andchanged
changed chan ed and remodeled remodeledProf remoeled remoeledPro remodeledProf
Prof Pro Henry Hen Kraemer and nO Prof Joseph JosephP
P Remington ReIngton both bth of Philadelphia Phl1elpk Dr DrH DrR DrH
H R H Bartlett Bartett Dr Wiley Wiey Dr R R Hunt Huntchairman Huntchairma Huntchairman
chairman chairma of Ibe the committee cmmtee on revision revisionfrom rviion rviionfrom revisionfrom
from the American Americn Medical Melel Association Associationand Assciaton Assciatonand Associationand
and Dr Henry E Kalusowskl Klusowskl of Wash Washington Wah WahIngon Washington ¬
ington discussed dlsu scd the revision of the thestandard thestandard
Ingon te testndar
standard stndar work Dr Wiley Wiey urged ured those tose In Incharge Inoharge incharge
charge to remember remembr pure crude drugs drgs are arethe arethe arethe
the best bet of them all al and nature Is the thevery thovcry thevery
very best bt chemist chemistGrand chemist chemistGrnnd chemistGrand
Grand Jury Impaneled ImpaneledThe ImpaneJedThe ImpaneledThe
The following f010wlnl grand gnd Jury juy wa was a Impaneled Impaneledyesterday impaele impaneleelyesterday
yesterday yesterd9Y to serve for three tree months monthsArmlstead monthsArmstead monthsArmistoad
Armlstead Armstead Peter P ter jr Richard W Honder Henderson Honderson Honderson ¬
son Bruce K Alldor Aldor Albert H H Beers BeersRobert Bers BersRobert BeersRobert
Robert Bowdlar Bowdla Thomas P Morgan MorganHIghter Morgn MorgnHlghter MorganHighter
HIghter Jackson George Gerge E Potter Poter Law Lawrence Lw Lwrence Lawrence ¬
rence A Callan Colan L Wllloughby Wloughby Moore MooreWilliam MooreWilam MooreWIllIam
William Wilam T Ballard Balard John J Eichhorn EichhornWilliam Eichorn EichornWiiam EichhornWilliam
William Wiiam A Cassidy CaSldy Cornelius Coreius B Kenealy KenealyCharles KenealyCharles KenealyCharles
Charles C Arnold Eugene Eugee J Bernhard BernhardJohn Berha BarnhardJohn
John G Hodges Hoges Wllbert Wlb Wilb rt rt Melville Melvie Amos AmoaH AmosH AmosH
H Whitacre John Melkelejohn Mel elejohn William WilliamJ WUlcm WUlcmJ
J Bacon James Jam W Morton
Jr Moron and andHylaa Aa AaH andHylas
Hylaa H 1a8 T Wheeler Weele

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