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I 12 THE THE WASHINGTON HERALD SATURDAY NOVEMBER 26 1910 1910I
DIAZ YET SUPREME SUPREMEFOlm SIIPREMFarmer
Former FOlm r Editor in lu Mexico MexicoSees MexicoSees lJexrcoSees
Sees Doom of Rebelsl RebelsCHA1 Rebels
1 CHA1 CHANGE GE ULTIMATELY COMING COMINGAccording GOM1NGAccoraUug
4 According to Robert S Barrel Po Police PoUce Polieo ¬
lice CoinmlSHlones Oouun Hlouer of Alexandria AloxandrlnReports Al AlexandriaReport Xtmdrln XtmdrlnReport
Report Are Sent Out l It by y Subsi Subsidized 5Jtldlzed Subrildized ¬
dized New Newspaper xpapersDanz Dinx Adminis Admlnltrlttlon Adminiatratlon Administration ¬
tration Has Support of Army ArmyRobert Arn1 Arn1Robort ArmyRobort
Robort S Barrett police commissioner commissionerof
of Alexandria Va who ho was for many manyyears manyoorft manyoars
years oars editor of the Mexico loxlQO City Dally DallyRecord DllIyRecord DailyRecord
Record the only independent dally newspaper news newspaper newspeper ¬
paper published in Moxt Mexteo lIOX o In an Inter Interview InterIew Interview ¬
view Iew yesterday cave Wardens hIs ideas In regard regardto resardto regardto
to the Mexican situation situationThere situatIonThere situationThere
There Items to be no doubt that tho thoreports thortports therlporta
reports of trouble In Mexico lI co have been beenvery beenvery beenvery
very greatly exaggerated agar8ted said Mr Bar Barrett Dnrett Barrett ¬
rett ett and you will find that that this condi aondltion condition condition ¬
tion kt always true whan news from fromMexico fromMexico fromMexico
Mexico IB reported from the nordir nordirtown border bordertowns bordertowns
town towns It Is s extremely difficult to secure securereliable securQreliable securereliable
reliable naws from frot interior Mexican Mexicanpoints lIexleanpoInw Mexicanpoems
points where the present revolution Is IsBald Issaid Issaid
said to have centered and on tills ac account account nocount ¬
count all reports from 1 Bl 1 Paso and San SanAntonfo SnnAntoJtfo SanAntonfc
Antonfo hundreds of miles away awn should shouldbe 6houldbe shouldbe
be received with a great deal of caution cautionOn cJuUonOn cautionOn
On the other hand reaasurlng reports reportsfrom reportstroln reportsfrom
from Mexico City should not be received receivedat rec lvod lvodnt
at their face ftQC value for they all come comeeither comeelUlor comeeither
either from government sovornm nt sources or from fromsubsidized tq f > m m5ub msubsidized
subsidized 5ub ldlzed newspapers whose forturypa forturypaare f9rt forty es esare s sare
are wrapped up with those tho there e of the Diaz Diazadministration Diazadministration Diazadministration
administration administrationDlnz administrationDlnz administrationDlnz
Dlnz Army in Control ControlThe ControlThe ControlThe
The reason the present revolutionary revolutionarymovement revolutionarymovomont revolutionarymovement
movement will full is because of the ab absolute abeolute ab absolute ¬
solute control c ntrol of the Mexican army by byGen byGfn byGen
Gen Diaz and the thorough manner in inwhich Inwhleh Inwhich
which he h has s prepared pr p red himself against againstall aSftinstall againstall
all such movements The Mexican army armyIs armyIs armyis
Is in a high state of efficiency and for forthe torthe forthe
the heat ten years enormous sums of ofmoney ofmoney ofmoney
money have been spent In improving itsartillery Its Itsartillery ItsnrtUlary
artillery and general equipment Ad Adjoining Adjoining Adjoining ¬
joining the presidential residence at Cha Chapultopcc Chapultepec Chapultepec
pultepec is I the Military Academy Adem the theVe thee8t thenest
nest Ve e8t t Point of Mexico where the army armyofficers armyotUcers armyotllcers
officers are trained After graduating
there they are sent to the capital of ofEurope ofEuropo ofEurope
Europe where they receive a peatgradu peatgraduate p tltgradu tltgraduate ¬
ate course and come back to MexIco Maxlcowith MexIcowIth Mexicowith
with all the lat latest at idea Ideas of military effi efficiency omclency offlciency ¬
ciency gathered from their sojourn sojournabroad sojournnbrOftd sojournabroad
abroad nbrOftdThe t tThe MThe
The most effective part of the Mexi Mexican Mo Mexican d dun ¬
can army are the ruralea which corre correspond oorr oorrspand oorrespend ¬
spend with the Texas rangers Thesesoldiers These Thesesoldiers Th 8e 8e801dlers
soldiers were recruited by Diaz when hen he heflrst hofirst hefirst
first went Into power p wer In 1S77 At that thattime thattIme thattime
time Mexico was Infested infe ted with bands of ofbrigands otbrl ofbrigands
brigands brl nda and Diaz sent for the leaders of ofmany ormany ofmany
many of these bands and offered o < < er d them themthe themthe them themthe
the alternative of becoming a part of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Mexican army or being exterminated exterminatedThey extttmtnatedThey exterminatedThey
They accepted the former proposition propositionand prolKiUonand propositionand
and since that time have been invaluable invaluableIn
In cleaning the republic of Mexico of its itsdeaperadoe ItsdlIperado itsdesperadoes
desperadoes They are a picturesque picturesquebody pleturOiMluebody pkturesquebody
body of men uniformed in chnrro cos costumes 0011tumes costumes ¬
tumes of tan buckskin with white trim trimmings trlmmlng1l trimmings ¬
mings Heavily armed and mounted on onthe ontho onthe
the beat h raos they are located at themountain thai thaimountain the themountaJn
mountain paste aDd are a terror tern > r to thecriminal the thecriminal thecriminal
criminal j jXothingf
Xothingf to Pcnr PcnrAs PeRroAs FoarAs
As long as the Diaz administration administrationretains admlnSatraUonretains administrationa
a retains the support of the army It has hasnothing hasnothing hasnothing
nothing to fear and for that reason r ftSOn th thpresent the thlpresent thepresent
present revolutionary movements cannot cannotsucceed cannotsuceeed cannotsucceed
succeed Gen Madero is not a soldier soldierand soldierand soldierand
and I do not believe has the confidence confidenceof oon dencG dencGot
of the army He is therefore up against againsta agaln t ttl
a losing proposition and it Is my predic prediction prediction predletion ¬
tion that he will be thoroughly discredit discredited discredited ¬
ed with Ith the next few days daysWhile daysWhlle daysWhile
While the present pre nt revolutionary move movement movement movement ¬
ment is doomed the condition In Mexico Maxlcois
is so serious 1Iou8 that it U only a question of oftime ottime oftime
time when the present pre ent administration admlnl administrationmust tratfon tratfonmUlit i imust
must tall It is I possible that this thi will willnot winnot writnot
not occur during the lifetime of President Presi President President ¬
dent Diaz as it IB I hardly probable thathe that thathe thathe
he will be able to finish out his present presentterm vres6ntterm presentterm
term of six years and a successful sueee eful revolution revo revolution rovolutlon ¬
lution at once cannot be expected Year Yearby Ye Yearby r rby
by year ear the condition of Mexico has be become become become ¬
come more mor critical and Gen Diaz either eitherhas eitherh88 eitherhas
has permitted himself to be blinded to tothe tothe tothe
the real condition of affairs or has placed placedBO PllicettEfI placed00111mb
00111mb BO EfI tmtch reliance upon his ht ability a pity to con continue continue continue ¬
tinue his Iroh rule of Mexico that he hehas hehas i
has brought conditions to a point where wherethey wherethey wherethey
they < ire < constantly menacing menacingGen mBnac1ngGen menacingGen
Gen Diaz baa been President of Mexico Mexicosince Metlcosince Mexicosince
since 1884 and previous to that time timeserved timeserved timeserved
served four years year from 1S78 to 1880 He Hewaa HeWtUI Hewas
was a revolutionist himself and was waslargely WIlS1argely waslargely
largely Instrumental in the overthrow of ofseveral otseveral ofseveral
several governments previous to his hi own ownThere ownTher ownTberq
There Tberq i Is no doubt that he Is I one of the thegreatest thelfTftlt thegreatest
lfTftlt greatest at men of his hr age but must be beclashed becllate becltiseed
clashed with 1th men like Napoleon and Peter Paterthe Peterthe Peterthe
the Great who in order to carry out outtheir outtheir outtheir
their own ambitions crushed the Individ Individual indlvIual Individual ¬
ual mercilessly mercilesslyHSxeroiscs mercilesslyBxereises IOMly IOMlyxerclse
HSxeroiscs xerclse Own Power PovrerGen PowerGeno PowerGen
Gen Diaz la the absolute dictator of ofMexico otMexico ofMexkp
Mexico a dictatorship baaed ba ed upon hi himilitary himIlitary his hismlhtary
military power and there is no ruler in inthe Inthe inthe
the civilised world tocfity to todhy y who exercise exercisesthe exercisethe exercl8Mthe
the same power aa be dda do k It is an anabsolute anab anabsolute
absolute ab oluto Incontrovertible fact that
every everygovernor everygovernor everygovernor
governor every senator every eongreae eongreaeman eongrWHtman eongr eongrman
man every Judge jud a and in fact every everypublic everypublic everypublic
public officer Is personally appointed by bythe bythe bythe
the President By the means of jute Jefepolitico jetepolltlco jutepoliticos
politico or federal representative located
In every community the federal govern government government i iwent
ment has a 1 direct supervision over every
Inch of the Mexh Mexican n republic It is per perfectly parfeetly perfectly ¬
fectly true that the dictatorship has been
for the good of his country and not for
big personal aggrandizement a r8nd bemont but never nevertheless neverthelCl nevertheless ¬
theless the people have commenced to tochafe tochafe tochafe
chafe under this one mans rule ruleIt ruleIt ruleIt
It was to be expected that as Mex Mexico MexIco MexIeo ¬
ico grew In civilization na Its people peoplebecame peoplebecame eoplebocame
became batter b ttor educated and Its its young youngmen youngmen oung oungmen
men became Imbued with the Ideas of ofpersonal ofversonal ofpersonal
personal liberty and the dwlro to take takepart takepart takepart
part In the affairs of their government governmentthey govornmentthey governmentthey
they would grow restless reat10 s under a condi condition condltlon condition ¬
tion of affairs that l has s existed In Mexico Mexicofor Mexicofor rexIcotor
for the past thirty years yearsPersonally yearsPorsonalJ yearsPersonally
Personally PorsonalJ I look for Mexico to be in ina ina ina
a state of serious unrest and unsettled unsettledcondition unsettledconditIon unsettledcondition
condition of affairs for the next n Ct quarter quarterof
of a a eentury The great maw ma of people peopleare peoplearo peopleare
are entirely incapable Incap bJ of selfgovernment selfgoQI ment
They aro uneducated and de not Itave
the first ideas Ide of selfcontrol Diaz must
be succeeded sUCC ooed by another dictator dlota tor or else elsea Owea elsea
a state of anarchy will Inevitably follow followin followin followin
in Mexico
MexicoOther
Other Men Ien to Blame DlumeWblle BlameWhile BlameWhile
While I believe that Diaz has boon boonthoroughly boonthertUshly boonthoroughly
thoroughly honest in all that he has hasdona hasdone hasdone
done and that his rule has been for the thegood tilegOOd thegood
good of Mexico this cannot be said of ofmany otmany ofmany
many of the prominent men who help
him control tho destiny of the country
It Is a wellknown fact that graft Is ram rampant rampant rampant ¬
pant In nearly ne rly every department of gov government govomment government ¬
ernment affairs and that millions of dol dollars dollars dollays ¬
lars are annually annuall token out of the pockets pock pockets pocketa ¬
ets of the people by monopolies which xro xroowned are areowned aroovwed
owned by men high In the e affairs of the theMexican theMexican theMexican
Mexican government and which are abeolutey ab absolutely absoluteJy ¬
solutely contrary to law The Mexicans 3ioxloanshave Mexicanshave Moxioanshave
have taken lessons from our protective proteettvetariff protectivetariff I1rotaaUvetarlft
tariff experience Oxp r1anc and far excelled us at atour atour
f our own game gameIf JIlmeI
I If the story published in some of the thedlapatches thedlapatehes thedlspatohes
dlapatches from the Mexican border a afew afew afew
few days ago a o that Gon Bernardo Reyes Reyeswas Reyeawas Re e ewas
was coming back to Mexico to take takecommand takecommand takecommand
command of the revolutionists revolutlinlsts was true trueI trueI
I would have a very vo different view of the theoutcome theoutcome theoutcome
outcome of the present revolution While Whilet VWle
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U U UTHE ra rTHE
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THE HOPE HUNTERS HUNTERSTheres HUNTERSTheres
1 Theres a fellow in Missouri who is seven sevencubJtsthigh cubits high and andthey andthey andthe
they the say helljnurder he lLrnurder Jolinsing Johnsin when hes trained a year y ar or twofhe twofheis two he heIs
is quicker qu1 ker than a apantherand panther and he Jias a fighters eye cc and andhe he surely surelyis
is a loolop if the theStorics stories told are true true 0 well all be mighty mightyhappy mightyhappywhen happy happywhen happywhen
when the Johnsingflag ollnsln fla r is trailed and the conquering conquering Caucasian Caucasianwears Cau Caucasianwears asian asianwcars
wears wcars the diamond belt once more but the sports are ar all discour discouraged discouraged discouraged ¬
aged for so many hopes have failed and their bundles are dimin diminished diminished diminished ¬
ished and their hearts heart s shope are sick and sore And they CroPeffPr grope fpr pr a ahope ahope
hope in the reams of sporting sportingdope dope and theres nothing there tocheer to tocheer tocheer
cheer them hemand and their hearts are sick and sore Theres Th res a wonder wonderin wonderin wonderin
in Australia theres a wonder in New York theres there s a howling son sonof sonof
of Milo in the heart of I London ondon town they are grooming up a awonder awonder awonder I
wonder in the hopeful town of Cork and we surely should be ableto able ableto ableto
to pull Mistah Johrising J oh sing down There are mighty sluggers slugg ers scat scattered scattered scattered ¬
tered from Los Angeles to Maine and they all are simplypanting simplypantingto
to to put Johnsing J g on the floor but the t e sports are looking doleful and andthey andthey andthey
they havea yellow pain pain and theyre spending wooden money a and andtheir aJd aJdtheir d dtheir
their their hearts are an sick sick and an sore 0 they grope for a hope in the thereams ther h e ereams
reams r < ams of sporting dope and see naught but sellingplaters and andtheir andtheir andtheir
their hearts are sick and sore 1 WAW t AIlt MASON MASONCoKricbt 1fASONCoasrisht MASONCopyright
Copyright 1910 by G George sorgo Matthew Adams
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oven with Reyes at the head of themovement the thamovement themovement
movement all the advantages would still stillbe stillbe SUIlbo
be with DlazstUl Diaz still Reyes is the only man mantoday mnntodftY mantoday
today that can make even tho semblance semblanceof
of a awlnning winning fight against Diaz If It is isever Isevet isever
ever given out that Reyes has taken takencharge tak takencharge n nehftfg
charge of the reYoJtI revolutionary nary forces Mexico Mex Mexico Met Metico ¬
ico can look for one of tlft tl t19 fiercest fiorco t scrap scrapthat SCr8PfJthat scrapsthat
that she has evur known knownGen ImownGen knownGon
Gen Reyes is an old campaigner For Formany Formany Farmany
many years ho was secretary of war warand waland warand
and he was also governor t of + f fU10 the state of ofNuevo otNuovo ofNuevo
Nuevo Leon Ho Is beloved by the soldiers sol soldiers soldlors ¬
diers and I believe that 60 per cent of the thearmy thearmy thearmy
army would go over to him in case of ofan otan ofan
an outbreak Gen Reyes Is at present presentsupposed presontsupposed presentsupposed
supposed to be in Paris on a confidential confidentialmission confidenUalrolsalon confidentialmission
mission for the Mexican governmont As Asa Asa
1 a matter of fact ho is practically an ex exile GXile oxlie ¬
ile from from Mexico Two years ago ho was wassuspected Wft Wftsu wassuspected
suspected su pected by the President of having rev revolutionary revolutionary revolutlonary ¬
olutionary ideas Ideasiut put iut before he could com complete complete complete ¬
plete his hi plans he was compelled to re resign r rsign ro rosign ¬
sign ofllce ot ce and leave Mexico With Jt1 Reyesoxpereneo Reyes Reyesexperience Reyescxporlooco
experience as a a soldier and Madetros Madetrosmoney lIadttroamone Maderomoney
money mone a winning combination might be bemade bemade bemade
made that would destroy the Diaz ad administration administration administration ¬
ministration But whether or not this is isdone Isdone isdone
done the present regime In Mexico must mustsooner muit muitsoon6r mustsooner
sooner or later fall fallNO fa11NO fallNO
NO MERCY SHOWN SHOWNMEXICAN SHOWNMEXICAN SHOWNMEXICAN
MEXICAN REBELS REBELSContinued REBELSContht1teal REBELSContinued
Continued from rage One Oneboon Oneheen Onebeen
boon any fighting fiShUng in the town itself and andfurther andfurther andfurther
further confirming eon rmlug the wrecking of a atrain ntrll1n atrain
train near there and tho killing of ten tensoldiers ten8OkUoril tensoldiers
soldiers and tier throe tbrpe o women womenReports womenRoports womenReports
Reports rear reactt hero that troops have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been sent out to Guerrero in Chihuahua Chihuahuathe Chlhufthulithe Chihuahuathe
the only town In Mexico now reported In Inrevolutionary InrovoluUonu inrevolutionary
revolutionary hands but the troops do donot donot donot
not expect to find any an rebels there when whanthey whenthey whenthey
they arrive arriveR arriveR rrt8 rrt8R
R J Marshall an American from Par Parral ParraJ Parrs
ral rs confirms CO ftrlns the killing of Tom Lawtonan Lawton Lawtonan Lawtonan
an American and says JS an American Americannamed Americannamed Americannamed
named Story was accidentally shot at atthe atthe atthe
the same time during the fighting He Hesays Heuys Hesays
says tho mayor Rudolfo Valles ValJ I was not notkilled notkilled notkilled
killed but fought successfully l at the head handof headof headof
of Ills men in defense of the postoffice postofficeand postotfteeand postofficeand
and prevented its capture captureA
A railroad official in Torreon writes wrlt the theflrst thefirst thefirst
first news of the burning of a railroad railroadbridge railroadbridge railroadbridge
bridge 100 fet long near Loma He says saysEnginer stlyS stlySEngtner saysEnglner
Enginer Boyle saw 88 the fire Just in time timeto tJtneto timeto
to stop and prevent his train from run running running running ¬
ning Into the place placeQUIET placeQUIET placeQUIET
QUIET IN CHIHUAHUA CHIHUAHUAWIRES CHIlIUAHUAWIRES CHIHUAHUAWIRES
WIRES AMERICAN mrCAN ICAN CONSUL CONSULThomas CONSULThomas
Thomas D Edwards American merlcan consul consulat comlUlat consulat
at Cludad Juarez telegraphed to the theState theStato theState
State Department le evesterday yesterday terda that quietprevails quiet quietprevails quietI
prevails W Northern Chihuahua that the theregular theregular theregular
regular trains from the south souUlare are arrlvr arrlvrIng arr1vIng arrlying
I
Ing on schedule tIme antI that the exodusof exodus exodusof 6todWior
of Americans Is growing lose loseStatements lessStatements
I Statements of passengers paSH g6lS from Torreon TorreonGomez Torreonomez TorreonGomez
Gomez omez del Palaclo Parral Durango and andZacatecas andZacatecas andZacatecas
Zacatecas and other points Indicate he haadded headded headded
added that reports as to the disorder disorderJiave dlsorde18aV6 disordershave
have aV6 been greatly exaggerated Mr Ed Edwards Edwards Edwards ¬
wards considers con lders the general situation situationbetter IIftuatfonbetter situationbetter
better betterHenry betteri betterHenry
i Henry Lane Wilson rnSn the Ambassador Atnbaa ador at atMexico atMexico t tMoClco
Mexico City telegraphed that t t complete completecalm oompl completecalm to toealm
calm prevailed pr Vftlled In that city cityClaims cll cllClnlm cityClaims
Claims Against MexicoMexico Mexico MexicoMexico IexlcoMexIco
Mexico City Nov iEduardo Eduardo Chair Chalxconsul Chat Chairconsul x xconsul
consul of Franta In Puobla has pre presented pr1sonted presented ¬
sented a claim against agaln t the government governmentfor governmontifor
ifor for 80 OOO damages done Julio Sibilot a amerchant aI amerchant
I merchant of that city clt during the recent recentrevolutionary recentrevolutionary
revolutionary disturbance there Other Otherclaims otherI Otherclaims
I claims for damages to the property of offoreign orI offoreign
I foreign residents will be presented It Is Isstated IsI isstated
I stated statedCONTRACTOR statedCONTRACTOR statedi statedCONTRACTOR
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CONTRACTOR SHOOTS HIMSELF HIMSELFXCTT HIMSELFNew HIMSELFNew
New York Aqueduct Aqn alnct Builder AVor AVorrieu Worried
rieu l 1ty jr Iaivi Lawsuits lnlIlIltHCold LawsuitsCold ult ultCold
Cold Springs N Y Nov 31 J5Dlsap 93Dtsappeering J5Dlsappe Disap Disappearing ¬
peering pe rlng after eating his Thanksgiving Thanksgivingdinner Thanksgivingdinner Thanksgivingdinner
dinner last eveningr E evening enlng Robert 1C K Everett Everettof Everettof
of the firm of R K J Everett Co con contractors contractors contractors ¬
tractors who are building bul1dh g the Catskill CatsklllNew CatskillNew CatskillNew
New York Aqueduct aqueduct at this place was wasfound wasfound wasfound
found on the Ule t e estate of the late Gen GenGeorge GonGeorgo GenGeorge
George P Morris adjoining his own resi residence residence residence ¬
dence this morning with a bullet Hole nolethrough holethrough
through his temple and a revolver revolvergrasped revolvergnuped revolvergrasped
grasped in his right hand Itwas a case caseof caseof
of suicide suicideEverett suicideEverett suicideEverett
Everett was forty years old Ho hadbeen had hadbeen
been worrying because of lawsuits lawsuitsagainst lawsuitsagainst lawsuitsagainst
against the firm th U result of an explo explosion exploslon explosion ¬
sion last January in which ten men lost losttheir 10sttheir losttheir
their lives while working In a a tunnel on onthefconstructlon onthe ontheeonstruetfon
thefconstructlon the nonstructlon work Recently a x10000 x10000verdict 10000 10000verdict 10000verdict
verdict was given to the widow of one oneof one oneof onxor
of the men killed and other suits are arepending arependIng arepending
pending pendingForiucr pendIngFormer pendingFormer
Former Senator to Sue for Libel LibelNew LibelNew LibelNew
New York Nov 85 ExTJnltad States StatesSenator SlatosSonator StatesSenator
Senator James Smith Jr announced In InNewark InNewnrk inNewark
Newark today that he will bring suit for forlibel forlibel forlibel
libel against Mayorelect lIa orolect Julian A AGregory AGrogory AGregory
Gregory of East Orange for an attack attackon attackon attackon
on liFe political record The latter sent a aletter n nletter aletter
letter to Assemblymanelect Charles W WBrown WBrown WBrown
Brown also of East Orange last week weekurging weekurging weekurging
urging him to recall his pledge to sup support support support ¬
port Mr Smith If he entered the race for forUnited tori forUnited
i United States Senator to fill the seat ofSenator of ofSenator otI
I Senator Kcun onn which expires < j next year yearTELEGRAPH yearTELEGRAPH yearTELEGRAPH
TELEGRAPH BRIEFS BRIEFSAtlanta BRIEFSAtlanta BRIEFSAtlanta
Atlanta Ga Nov SParoIe > for 23 2 prtemeranew prIIenf prIIenfDeW prtemera pebonersnew
new in the VtA Pederal al penitentiary at this place are arep arep areup
up p for oowWecmtkm within mlln the Ut next f few w days daysChkago dirs dirsCldcaSQ daysChteape
Chkago Nor 26 25bire Hre destroyed dee 409 stables at atthe atthe
the 1h Harlem nee track tedajr eawteg a i tee estimated esti estimated eatimated ¬
mated at 60100 60100Lyntbbwg SQ SQI4neh1Mug i0000 i0000Ijoebberg
Lyntbbwg Va NOT S8 m8amuel mual T WItherescM Withers Withersaced WltHred
aced ed flftTftre Ifua Te second vice presWret Jtft1aidl t of the iflwt FIfltaUona1
National Bunk committed wtode In a a hospital hospitalten M5 hoapttalhere
here today by snootl shooting 8 Mm ltlma Wmsidf U lfthro through gb tho head headBlehmond lioadntehmoDd boadmehmond
ntehmoDd Va L Ner N No r 23Wareriy Colea colored coloredVM oo1ondIU mloredrtas
VM IU electrocuted In the penltentfarr b here e to today < Uy
for the murder of Ed Puller another negro in
Richmond lUcha nd several months ago In a a fight about A Awoman awoman
womanChicago woman womanChicago
Chicago Nor 25 ZThrJ Three Tirte persons warn we ah abet t eae eaeof Gatof saeof
of them George Gabler a a saloon keeper k beln belnwounded bcinc
wounded cefknulr and many atom time were HtWectwl Wectlll1
to a win of ballets b Uta here today toda is I a riot causal CI
by striking trikin garment hex work s attacking nmiunlon
fOrkm wwca on tho ncrtlHrat tide de or the city cityh I
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NEWSOFALEXANDRIA NEWSOFALEXANDRIAPotomac NEWSOF ES OFALEXARIA OFALEXARIAPotomac ALEXAN RIA RIAlotomac
Potomac Lodge a Visited by byPrince byI b y yPrince
Prince l > lince William Clan ClanCONFER ClanCONFER ClanCONFER
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CONFER DEGREES ON EIGHT EIGHTFollowing EIGHTFollowluG EIGHTFollowing
Following Ceremonies Several Vis Visitors Yisitora b bHor ¬
itors Hor Sluice Interesting Addresses AddresnesrevJohn AddressesItevNJohn aldrCHftcZlteJohn
ItevNJohn teJohn llandley fundIc Speaks Before BeforeYounff DeforeYoung BeforeYoung
Young MenM Sodality SOilulltTDonrdlng SOilulltTDonrdlng110U8e SodalityBoardiugItouse IJonrdliiK IJonrdliiKlionse
lionse Proprietor Robbed RobbedP
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F dteton C tMen Krrfsfct fI6 5 Kl Kia Ktsg s street tr t Alexandria AlexandriaVai Alexandrlsa
Vai Va a fa auUmJH agent and a Staler fer The Wash Waahisgtea Washington Wask1JtJt ¬
1JtJt ington herald The llewW lI NJd wtH be dtUrtred dUv red dallywed dally dallyawl dall1aM
awl Swriar to any a ae sd aittrtw reee in Alexandria tn 40cents 40 40ceata 40ceea
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WJ611I WASHINGTON GTON U IIBRALD LtLD BUREAU BUREtUftri BUREAU6S5
6S5 Klug Kl g Street StreetAlexandria StnetAleCaftdrla StreetAlexandria
Alexandria Va Nov OV 26 fiPrlnce Prince WJ1 Willhem WJ1lliyn 11 11ll
lliyn ll Lodge of Odd Follows paid an offi official omcll offi official ¬
cial visit lilt to Potomac Potom c Lodge dS of this city citytonight a1t a1ttonIEht citytonight
tonight The decree team of tho local locallodge lo locallodge 1 1lodge
lodge conferred the first second and undthird andthird andthird
third degrees of the o order oJdcr der on eight can cantydates canlctates cant
tydates t dates among whom who wore six from fromanastas irontlanasas frontlanassas
lanasas anastas Following the ccremonieq eeremonle a asmoker nsmoker asmoker
smoker was Wzt held 1tek11 and several visitorsmade visitors visitorsmade visitorsmade
made Addresses AddressesIsabella Ildreeea IldreeeauI8fi t1dremsea t1dremseaIsabella
uI8fi Isabella eUa was w the subject of an In Interesting Interesting Interostfag ¬
teresting addreee addr delivered by Rev John JohnHandley JohnHandley JohnHandicy
Handley C S P of the Apostolic Mis Mission MissIon Mission ¬
sion House Brookland nro 1cIRnd D C before a alarge ftlarge alarge
large audience this evening at the t ttmo o Young
Mens Ien Sodality Lyceum Hall under the theauspices tileaIllIPlee timeauspices
auspices ii of Kavanaugh Court Daughters Daughtersof Daughterot
of Isabella A musical programme was wasgiven wasgiven aM aMgiven
given in which the tb following participated participatedRichard participatedRlcltard participatedRichard
Richard Wlrt Mrs IrLWllllam William P Woolls WoollsMiss WoollsMias WoollsMiss
Miss Ella Hill E Forrest Birrell Miss MissSallte MissSnle lsB lsBSallie
Sallie Patterson Miss Uss Alma Deaio Dumb Ed Edward EdwardWuton Edward ¬
ward wardWuton Waaton the latter of WashingtonMrs Washington WashingtonMrs ashlnston ashlnstonra
Mrs ra Elizabeth ONolll who conducts a aboardinghouse n nbOftrdlRghouse aboardinghouse
boardinghouse at 108 1 1915 Duke street re reports reports reports ¬
ports to the police the thoft thoit tha = t of JT5 i5 from froma
a desk de k in her home homeNow homeNew homeWows
Now has been received here of the thedeath thealeatJt thedeath
death of S Jackson Stultz Mnrtlnsvllle MnrtlnsvllleVa
Va lIe was a brother of R Leo Stultz Stultzlocal Stu1tzloea1 Stuitzlocal
local manager for the Western Wo Western tern Union UnionTelegraph UnionTelegraph UnionTelegraph
Telegraph Company Com pAn Ho was about thir thirtyfive thlrbftve thirtyfive ¬
tyfive years old and is survived by his hiswife hiswlCo hiswife
wife and two children childrenArrangement childrenAnaftgll childrenArrangements
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Arrangement Anaftgll ent have been made for the thebimonthly theQlmonthly the1Imonthly
bimonthly meeting mGetln of the Sunday School SchoolWorker SchoolWorkftnl SohoolWorkers
Worker Association of this city which whichwill whichwill
will take place at 4 t oclook Sunday after afternoon af atteroon ter ter4ioon
4ioon noon oon December 4 at the First Irst Presby P esby ¬
terian Church ChurchTho ChurchTbb ChurchThu
Tho will of Sarah J Adams Adams was pro probated probated probated ¬
bated today The testatrix leaves a ahouse ahOtM8 ahouse
house and lot at t 438 South Lee 6 street to toKddie toEddie toEddie
Eddie Biggs during his hi life and at his hisdeath hisdeath hisdeath
death directs that that it shall ahft revert to J JThomas JIhom JThemes
Thomas Ihom Ballenger Charles E Biggs BJgggqualified BiggsQuaUtled Biggsqualified
qualified as executor executorMr executorIrs
ws wsMrs
Mrs Mr Irs Howard Hoge State Stateprosldent president of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Virginia W C T U will deliver an anaddrewl anaddress
laddress address at the Methodist Episcopal EpiscopalChurch EpiscopalChurch EpiscopalChurch
Church Del Ray Monday Monda evening eveningThe eveningThe eveningThe
The Thanksgiving dance of the Alex Alexandria Alexandria Alexandrla ¬
andria German Club this evening at the theElks theElks theElks
Elks Home was largely attended attendedAt attendedAt attendedAt
At a a meeting of Mount ount Vernon Council CouncilDaughters CouncilDaughtors CouncilDaughters
Daughters of America this evening at atElks atElks atElks
Elks Hall an interesting musical and andliterary andUterary andliterary
literary programme was given givenHOG gIvenHOG givenHOG
HOG LOSES 195 POUNDS POUNDSFasts POUNDSFnsts POUNDSFasts
Fasts SorentyKlx S entYHlx Days Under Floor Floorof Floorof Floorof
of Ills Residence ResidenceSterling ResidenceStorllng ResidenceSterling
Sterling Ill Nov No 25 25A A hog owned by byJoseph byJOS4Sph byJoseph
Joseph Hurd of Brookvllle Ogle County Countyafter Countyafter Countyafter
after a fast of seventysix days survived survivedand survIvedand survivedand
and at tho end its grunts were as loud loudas loudas
as avor and Its appetite was much more moreravenous moreravenous moreravenous
ravenous ravenousOn ravenousOn ravenousOn
On September 1 the hog was missed and andafter andCJCter andafter
after a fruitless search Mr Hurd opined opinedit
it had been stolen Thursday he discov discovered discovered discovered ¬
ered the hog under the floor of the pig pigpan Vlgptn pigpen
pan The hog evidently crawled under underthe underthe underthe
the pen p n and was unable to get out Mr MrHurd MrHurd MrHurd
Hurd believes boll eves that tine t e hog could have havesuccessfully havesuccessfully havesuccessfully
successfully endured two more weeks of ofthe orthe ofthe
the fast fastIts fastIts fastIts
Its weight was reduced from from270 2i0 pounds poundsto
to seventyflve pounds poundsWant poundsWant poundsWant
Want Drastic Railroad Regulation RegnlatlonAtlantic RegulationAtlantic RegulationAtlantic
Atlantic City Clt N J Nov 25 5 Drastic SDrastlcrtgulaUon Drasticregulation Drastic Drasticregulation
regulation of all the railway lines of the thecountry thecountry thecountry
country with sweeping powers permit permitting permitt1ng permitting ¬
ting tho Interstate Commerce Commis Commission CommIssion Commission ¬
sion to nullify freight and passenger passengerrates passengerrates passengerrates
rates shown to be extortionate were de demanded demanded demanded ¬
manded in resolutions adopted amid vol volleys volIfYs volleys ¬
leys of applause at the closing session sessiontoday sessIontoday sessiontoday
today of the National Grange GrangeAi GrangeAt GrangeAt
At Fountains Elsewhere ElsewhereAsk
I Ask for forHORLIGKS forHHORLICKS forORLIOKS
HORLIGKS HORLIGKSThi
The Original and Genuine Ginuin1ALTED GenuineMALTED GenuineMALTED
MALTED HI MILK MILKThe LIC LICThe
The Fooddrink for Jill All Agts AgtsAt AgesaAt 113 113At
At restaurants hotels and and fvun fountains fountainsDelidoiH untains untainsDeliciows tallll tallllDeliaouy
DelidoiH invigorating and sustaining sustainingKeep susb sustainingKeep ning ningKeep
Keep it on your sideboard at home homeDont homeDont homeDont
Dont travel without it itA it itA itA
A quick lunch prepared in a a ainite ainiteTake JllinreTake lgin > ite e eTake
Take no imitation Just say HORLICKS IORIJCKSAI BORIJcrSIn HORLICKSit
In it N NQ Combine or 0 r Trust
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TRAD TRADEMARK MARK LAWFlDLTY LAWFAULTY LAW JTffPAIILTY
FAULTY IN CUBA CUBAManufacturers CUBAI CUBAManufacturers OBBAManufacturers
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Manufacturers of AmericaChBated America AmericaCheated AmericaCheated
Cheated by Pirates PiratesVIEWS PiratesVIEWS PiratesVIEWS
VIEWS OF A PATENT ATTORNEY ATTORNEYOnr
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Our Trade Tr de ivHh Ub SpanishAuteriena SpanishAuterienaCountries Si Slnul anlnliAinerlcan anlnliAinerlcanCountries h4U1erlcnu h4U1erlcnuCoulltrlcH
Countries Finds Vo o Adequate Protectlon Pro Protection Pro Protection ¬
tection Declarer Aurelio de ArrnnsMajority Ar Arinntf r rInntf
inntf rnnsMajority Majority of the TradejunrfcB TradejunrfcBin
in Cuba Exposed to JOnngcr JOnngcrThat pnnGcrThat paugerThat
That our trade with SpanishAmerican SpanishAmericancountries SpanIShAmericancountrlos Spanl hAmerican hAmericancountries
countries countries and especially 6 with Cuba has hasnot hasnot hasnot
not yet et found adequate protection against againstthe againstthe againstthe
the piracy of the beat known kn vn American Ameriaantrademarks Americantrademarks Amerlasntra
trademarks tra < 1emarke even when they have been beenproperly beenproperly beenproperly
properly registered In said countries Is Isthe Isthe isthe
the statement of Aurello de Armas a aCuban a aCuban aCuban
Cuban patent JIitont attorney who Is now In InWashington InVashlngton inWashington
Washington WashingtonWhen WashingtonWhen VashlngtonWhon
When requested to explain his vIews vlawaMr vIewsMr viewsMr
Mr de Armas said It Is not only the thefailure thefailure thefailure
failure of our local laws to grant protec protection protecUon protection ¬
tion to unregistered trademarks a legal legalprovision legalprovision legalprovision
provision known In Its bread general generalterms ganernlterms generalterms
terms terms to the majority of American pat patent patant patent ¬
ent attorneys which causes the evil but butalso butalso butalso
also the particular f form tqrm rm In which Amerh Amerhcan Amerhcan American
can tradomarks aj ai a rule arc registorod regis registered reSlslorod ¬
tered down there The The pirates even at atItack attRek attack
Itack tRek and cheat the American manu manufacturer manufacturer manufacturer ¬
facturer facturer who thinks ho hqs hCs s provided full fullprotection tUIIprotoctlon fullprotection
protection through the registration roglstra lon of his histrademarks histnutemnrks histrademarks
trademarks In Cuba This statement Is Isalso IsaJso isalso
also true of all countries countries having trade trademark trademark trademark ¬
mark laws similar to to tD those of Cuba CubaThere CubaThere CubaThere
There are many countries In Latin Amer America Amerlen Amerlea ¬
len which have the stone sort of lawsWould laws lawsWould law500Ia1
Would 00Ia1 Forbid Label LabelAt LuleJaAt LabelsAt
At the time I left Havana a court de decision declslon decislon ¬
cision WM expected In all legal circles circlesforbidding clrclelfforbiddIng circlesforbidding
forbidding Lubin the worldwide famous famousFrench famous famousllreneh famousFrench
French perfumer from using his well wellknown well wellknown wellknown
known labels as infringing a piratical piraticalregistration piraticalroglslraUon piraticalregistration
registration In effect In this and all allother n11other allother
other similar case it t makes no differ difference dlfforenco differenco ¬
enco whether the Ut technical trademark trademarkwas tradeniprkwas
was properly registered or not Inasmuch Inasmuchas
as 8 the pirate pi rat purposely > eliminate it itfrom ittrom itfrom
from the registration in order not to toralio toralso
ralio suspicion while preferring and rags rafotetering rag ragtaterlng ragsistering
tetering other minor elements oIom nts df d a label labelwhich label labeJwhich labelwhich
which though actually used by b the law lawful lawful lawful ¬
ful owner do not appear app nr in the American Americancertificate AmericancorU Americancertificate
certificate corU cate of o registration Thus the labels labelslook laboJslook labelslook
look the same 5a O as the genuine but are arenot arenot arenot
not technically toe hnlc lly tho same sameAn sarneAn sameAn
An examination of actual facts and andthe andtho andthe
the records of registration regt traUon will show that thatSO thatuJ
SO per gent I ent of the trademarks registered registeredin reglst led ledin
in CJba C rba for American whisky hlilk food stuffs stuffstoilet sturrstoilet stuffstoilet
toilet article drugs c are exposed to tosimilar toslm tosimilar
similar slm Ihar danger dangerAccording ttuNl danderAccording er erAeeord1ng
According to Mr de Armas Armas both the theCuban theCuban theCuban
Cuban and the present pr nt United States lawscontribute laws lawscontribute laW8contribute
contribute to such a state of thingsThe things thingsThe UllnssThe
The fact that the strictly > > trt tl technical technicalelement tee technicalelement nlaal nlaaloiemoot
element of the trademark is often elimi eliminated elhnlnatetl eltmnlnatetd = ¬
nated by the unfair registrant which whichotherwise whichotherwise hloh hlohother
otherwise other would attract public attention attentionthe attentlonthe attentionthe
the further fact that the pirate deliberate deliberately ¬
ly takes no judicial action to stop the importation im importation Import8t1on ¬
portation of the genuine goods In order orderboth orderboth orderboth
both to profit fOnt by the legitimate trade trademarks trademarks trademarks ¬
marks advertisement and to let dam damages damaSH damages ¬
ages accumulate which he might under underi underthe underthe
i the peculiar condition prevailing collect collectfrom collectCrom collectfront
from the real owner of a trademark trademarkand lrndcmarkand trademarkand
and lastly the fact that the enormous enormousbuying enormousbulng enormousbuying
buying capacity ctlp clt of the Cuban people does doesnot doesnot doesnot
not allow the reduced sale to be noticed noticedat noticedat noticedat
at first firstall all these contribute to keep keepthe keepthe keepthe
the American manufacturer ignorant of ofwhat otwhat ofwhat
what te going on while he h thinks himself himselffully himseltrully himselffully
fully protected under a Cuban registra registration roslstradon registradon ¬
don donUA
tionA
UA A delegation sent to Cuba last year yearby yearby ear earby
by the Union des d Fabricanta de Paris Parislearned Parislearned Parislearned
learned that a like Uk condition obtained obtainedjwlth obtainedlth obtainedwith
jwlth with lth respect to articles of French manu manufacture manufacture manufacture ¬
facture
Principles Are Faulty FaultyThese Fnu1tTThese FaultyThese
These lamentable conditions antothers and andothers nnlQthers
others not less le s disastrous d strouc which also pre prevail prevaU prevail ¬
vail wltlurefeVenee WIU1fOf renee to the protection and andworking andworking andworking
working of patented inventions in Cuba Cubai Cubaare Cubaare
i are due as already statod both to the theprinciples theprinciples theprinciples
principles principles jmderlying j1 dorlylng the Cuban trade trademark trademark trademark ¬
mark registration and to the failure of ofthe otthe ofthe
the American statutes heretofore enacted enactedto
to foresee fOr 8 such aeh possible difficulties now nowfor nowtor nowjor
for the first time timt Um publicly exposed exposedMr oxposedMr exposedMr
Mr de Armas spoke spoke sp k In high terms of ofthe otthe ofthe
the character charactersand sand and good will of the Cuban Cubanpatent Cubanpatent Cubanpatent
patent office officials who are constantly constantlydoing constantlydoing constantlydoing
doing the utmost within their power and andso andso
so far as the thOletter letter of the law permits penn Its In Inorder Inorde inorder
order orde order to prevent any attacks or Imposi Imposition Imposition imposition ¬
tion on the part of unscrupulous local localdealers localdealers localdealers
dealers AS an example Mr de Armas Armasmentioned Arm85mentioned Armasmentioned
mentioned the case of local druggists dr ggists who whotried whotried whotried
tried to register resl ter vaseline peptonolds andothor and andother andother
other wellknown American proprietary proprietarynames vroprfetarynllmes proprietarynames
names In which cases the Cuban patent patentoffice patentoIDee patentoffice
office In ordor to prevent the attempted attemptedmonopoly attemptedmonopol attemptedmonopoly
monopoly declared d Qllred lured said words ords of free freeuse treeuse freeuse
use which decision de Ilon of course was far farfrom tartrom farfrom
from being the best protection the man manufacturers manufncturers manufacturers ¬
ufacturers would expect expectMr expectMr expectMr
Mr de Armas says that no practical practicalsolution practicalsolution racUcnl racUcnlsolution
solution will be arrived at either by bymeans bymeans bymeans
means of international conventions or di direct direct dimet ¬
rect treaties until the American manu manufacturers manufacturers manufacturers ¬
facturers and the profession of patent patentagents patentaGents patentagents
agents have a full and exact understand understanding understandIng understanding ¬
ing of the Cuban laws and actual condi conditions conditions conditions ¬
tions of the trade with SpanishAmerican SpanishAmericancountries SpanishAmerIcancountries SpanishAmericancountries
countries countriesHIS countriesHIS countriesHIS
HIS TWO WIVES CLASH CLASHMan CLASHllnn CLASHMan
Man Goes io Cell Instead of Thnnks Thnnkst ThnnksI Thanksgiving
t ftiviiigr nt Home HomeMinneapolis IIOJ HomeMinneapolis e elI1nneapolls
Minneapolis Minn Nov S ZBecause ZBecausetwo 25Becametwo Because Becausetwo
two women men each claiming to be his wife wifedesired wIfedelr wifedesired
desired delr d his presence at their Thanksgiv Thanksgiving ThanksslvIng Thanksgiving ¬
ing dinner Lorraine Larson former sol soldier s01dler soldier ¬
dier and globe trotter occupies a cell cellon cenon cellon
on a 0 charge of bigamy Just by way of ofcontrast orcontrast ofcontrast
contrast Larson ate a n solitary meal with without without without ¬
out a Mrs Larson beaming upon him himfrom himtrom himfrom
from the other side of the festive board boardMrs boardMrs beardMrs
Mrs Larson No NO1 1 who swore out the thebigamy thebigamy j
bigamy warrant says that In 1901 Larson Larsonmarried Larsonmarried Larsonmarried
married her in Brooklyn N Y She says sayathat saysthat saysthat
that shortly afterward ftte he deserted her herShe lieIShe herShe
She says she spent several years and andmuch andmuch andmuch
much money searching for him only to tofind tofind tofind
find him In Minneapolis with Mrs Lar Larson Larson Larson ¬
son No 2 2POLICE 2POLICE 2POLICE
POLICE BULLY THRASHED THRASHEDLrtrrycr THRASHEDLnWcr THRASHEDLnwyer
Lrtrrycr Neatly Xcntl Handles Chief W110Terrorizes WhoTerrorizes Who WhoTerrorizes
Terrorizes Town TownPottsville TownPottsville
Pottsville Pa Nov 25 2 5After After threat threatening threatening threatcuing ¬
ening with a big billy In his hand to tolick toUck tolick
lick any man In Pottsville If Chief of ofPolice otPolice ofPolice
Police James Manly lIanl of Shenandoah Shenandoahwas
was thoroughly thrashed thra reed by Attorney A AD f j1D
D Knittle after ho had created a reign reignof reignor reignof
of terror in different parts of the town townManley townManley townManley
Manley wandered Into Justice Martins Martinsoffice Iartlnsoffice j jofllce
office where he attempted to dispose of orcascs ofcases j jcases
cases as though he was vis tps judge and jury juryAttorney juryAttorney j jAttorney
Attorney Knittle I nltt1e picked up the big Shen Shenandoah Shenandoah Shenandoah
andoah officer threw him through the thedoor thedoor thedoor
door knocked kI ockcd him down outside and andheld andheld andheld
held him on the pavement until an offl officer offlcer omcer
cer came Manley was held under ball ballon ballon bailon
on the charge of hitting Martin McAn McAndrews McAndrews McAndrews
drews with a gun gunAt gunIt gunAt
At It t the last session of court Manley Manleywas Manleywas Manleywas
was convicted of assault and battery and andwas andwas andwas
was warned that on the next offense he howould hewould hewould
would be jailed jailedManley jailedManley jailedManley
Manley was accused of participating In Inthe Inthe inthe
the big election frauds of two years ago agobut agobut agobut
but escaped with payment of the costs costsj
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PENNSYLVANIA PEIISYLV ANIA RAILROAD RAILROADTHE
THE TH PENNSYLVANIA STATION STATIONNEW STATIONNEW STATIONNEWYORK
NEW NEWYORK NEWYORKOPENED YORK YORKOPENED YORKOPENED
OPENED AT MIDNIGHT TONIGHT TONIGHTThe
t II The new Pennsylvania Station at Seventh Avenue andThirtysecond and andThirtysecond andThirtysecond
Thirtysecond Street in the heart of New York City will be beopenedLJorJservice beapenedJor beopeneforpervice
openedLJorJservice apenedJor openeforpervice ervice at midnight tonight tonightAt tonightAt tonightAt
At the same samehaur hour ferry service Between etween Jersey City and andWest andWest andWest
West Twentythird Street and Jersey City and Brooklyn Brooklynwill Brooklynwill Brooklynwill
will be discontinued discontinuedBeginning discontinuedBeginning discontinuedBeginning
Beginning with train leaving Washington at 650 P M Mtonight Mtonight Mtonight
tonight all through trains from Washington to New York Yorkwill Yorkwill Yorkarrive
will arrive at the Pennsylvania Station the Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaRailroads Penn PennsylvaniaRailroads ylvania ylvaniaRailroads
Railroads Station in New York City CityONLY Cityt CityONLY
t ONLY A BLOCK FROM BROADWAY AND ANDSIXTH ANDSIXTH ANDSIXTH
SIXTH AVENUE AVENUEThe AVENUEThe AVENUEThe
The Pennsylvania Station is most conveniently located locatedwithin locatedwithin
within easy reach of the principal hotels the theaters and andthe andt andthe
t the large retail stores for which the metropolis is famous famousTO famousi famousTO
i TO LOWER NEW YORK YORKPassengers YORKPassengers YORKPassengers
Passengers desiring to reach lower New York will do so soby soby
by changing from through trains at Manhattan Transfer Transferfrom Transferfrom Transferfrom
from which point adequate service will be maintained to toJersey toJersey toJersey
Jersey City and thence to New York by ferry service to Cort Cortlandt Cortlandt Cortlandt
landt and Desbrosses Streets or by the Hudson Tubes to toHudson toHudson toHudson
Hudson Terminal Terminali
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BROOKLYN SERVICE SERVICEConnection SERVICEConnection SERVICEConnection
Connection is also made in the Pennsylvania Station Stationwith Stationwith Stationwith >
with trains for Flatbush Avenue Brooklyn which stop at atEast atEast atEast
East New York and Nostrand Avenue affording easy access accessto accessto accessto
to the residential and business sections of Brooklyn BrooklynNight BrooklynJ4A
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telephone when your going made neces necessary neceslary necessary ¬
sary awalk a walk through thro gh rain or snow The TheBell TheBell TheBell
Bell Telephone Telephoneoften
often saves in one night ig4t the thecost cot pfser pfservice of ofservide ser sere
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