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Complete Change in Brisli BrisliSentiment BritihSentiment
Sentiment Within Week WeekLANDSLIDE WeekLAtDSLIDE eek
Reversal Rcv rsnl in Betting Odds as asthe asth asthe
the th Climax Qlimnx Approaches ApproachesAnser
Anger nlrcr and Exasperation at Radical RadicalCombination RluUcalO fliuIicaICombination
O Combination D1 lnaUon Becoming UecomIn More Evi Evident EIde Eu Eudent ¬
dent de t Whole Situation AssumeComlo A5sumcsCorn
Corn Comlo to Aspect A peet Despite Aronaed AronaedSentiment ArouedSenthuentOonl1ttQn 4rouuedSentlmentCoUhlttQU
SenthuentOonl1ttQn Sentiment CoiilItlQu Majority lUnJorU Will WillProbably W1IProbably VUlProbn
Probably Probn 1 He D Greatly Grc tl7 Reduced ReducedLondon ReducedLondop ReducedLondoi
London Doc p l Iijhe 1she TJhe complete change changewhich changebtch changowhich
which btch has ha taken place P lle8 In the th political politicalsituation pollUcf1lslluaUon politicalstuRtIon
situation since the failure of tho con conference conference conrenco ¬
ference renco on tha thaBoue House of Lords less than thana
a month ago Is demonstrated In the re reversal reversal revazual ¬
versal In hftha the betting odds oddsThe oddsThe oddsThe
The figures are now even money that thatthe thatthe thatth
the th government gO rnmcnt coalition ooaJ coaTitlon Uon majority will willba willbo willbe
ba raduced from 134 to below fifty fift This Thismoans ThismOAns TMsmane
moans that the Unionists must gain thirty thirtytwo thlrtytwoi3Uts thirtytwo
two twoi3Uts seats at2 Some enthusiastic members membersof
of that party rty are sanguine enough to et expect etpect etpoet ¬
pect an n Actual eluAI majority above the Lib Liberals Llberla LIberals ¬
erals Irish Nationalists Laborltes and andSocialists and5oetaUst andsoetilsta
Socialists 5oetaUstTh soetilstaThe SocialistsThe
The Th revulsion of feeling throughout tho thocountry thocotry theuNtry
country uNtry la 1 t so o strong that a Unionist Unionistlandslide Unionistlaa4sUde Unionistliidsltde
landslide would lw Ii by no moans m6anIbI impos impossible Imposalbkt ¬
sible IbI It the election could be delayed a amonth amonth amonth
month but with tho first pollings only onlytwo onlytWG Onlytwo
two dayt away wy sad a result Is hardly hardlyprobable hard hardprobable rdly rdlyprobable
Anger Anl r I Ii Outspoken OutspokenTlie OutpoI OuUpoInThe n nI1te
The anger ans an t and exasperation of the theRadical theRdlcal theRdtcal
Radical combination the members of ofwhich ofwhich ofwhich
which expected to anatch victory in an anmneceseary anlRn anaaneesary
mneceseary lRn s ary election ta becoming out outspoken O1tpoken outUeken ¬
spoken The Natlonallat leaders especial especially especialare peclal peclalt ¬
ly t are ra discomfited by the sudden ro rorsai rorsal redrsat
rsai < of political conditions which whichCleans whichleans whichueans
Cleans first of all that home rule of the therfpe thofpe thefpe
rfpe fpe they demand will 111 become practically practicallya
a hopeless cause causeNeither causeNeither causeNeither
Neither they nor their Liberal allies alliesar alliesarp
< ar arp 1 accept the Unionist challenge to tohMbmlt toabmlt toibmit
hMbmlt abmlt the Question crue tlon of home rule to n nreferendum nferendum aferendtup
referendum and the whole comblhation comblhationnda comblhlltfonods cembthationnd
nda nd itself in the embarrassing attitude attitudeif
if opposing the democratic principles to tofhleh tot tohIoh
t fhleh hlah the Unionists confidently e ndehtly appeal appealThe appealThe appealThe
The whole situation has assumed a avsatly aaUy a4utly
vsatly aUy comic aspect asp Ct to outside observers observersit observerst1t bsorversit
t1t it there is nothing humorous In the feel feelgs teelgs feelgs
gs on either side la Ui tJle j great rHt campaign campaignhioh eamPfllsnhlOh campaignc
c hioh has now reached rea its climax climaxGreat CJnma CJnmaGre4t eumaxOreit
Great Britain was as never more deeply deeplyfcoued deeplYtou3ed deeplytoued
fcoued paHtfoally and nd never itevor hasarTef hasarTeflgnment haS haSigntnent ui li rEi rEiJgnment
lgnment of public sentiment taken place placed
j d u rapidly
Cavein of Tunnel Causes Wreck Wrecktand Wreckand Wreckand
tand and Several Are Killed KilledMadrid KilledMadrid Killeddadrid
Madrid Dec L IThe The heavy rains pre prevailing prevafUng prevaulng ¬
vailing In the province of Lugo have re resulted resuIted ¬
4 suIted In considerable damage to prop property property proparty ¬
erty A cavehi cavetn occurred In a tunnel on onthe onthe ont
t the Ribades Rlbad S lRaUw Railway y while a mining miningtrain miningtrain miningtrain
train was passing through it and sev several several sayeral ¬
eral of those on the train were wer killed killedand kfUedand killedand
and many man mainjured mainjuredillS Injured InjuredHIS InjuredHIS
Lieut Sage Found Wandering After AfterBicycle AfterBioycle AfterBicycle
Bicycle Fall FallDazed FallDuoo FallDazed
Dazed and apparently unconscious of ofhis ot1s ofv
v his surroundings bleeding from a wound woundbeneath woundbeneath woundbeneath
beneath the eye and with his clothing clothingtorn clothingtom clothingtorn
torn and soiled Lieut W H Sago of oftho otthe ofthe
the Engineer Corps U S A was found foundwandering toundwanderlnl foundwandering
wandering In Massachusetts avenue near nearNorth nearNorth nearNorth
North Capitol street about 9 oclock last lastnight lastnight lastnight
night by Policeman Lanahan of the theSixth theSixth theS
S Sixth precinct precinctNear precinctNear precinctNear
Near by was a bicycle bent andbroken andbrokenbeyond andbrokenbeyond andbrokenbeyond
beyond repair as though it had been run runover runover runover
over by an automobile wagon or other othervehicle othorvehicle othervehicle
vehicle Tho policeman questioned quo tlonod the tholieutenant thQlieutenant thelieutenant
lieutenant but Sages replies were such suchthat suchthat suchtbat
that Lanahan believed him to be tem temporarily temporarily ternporarily ¬
porarily demented dementedHo demontedHe dementedHa
Ho said aid ho remembered r6 lombered leaving his hisapartments hisapartments hisapartments
apartments at 1S24 W street northwest northwestand northwtStand northwestand
and he believed he rode a bicycle He Heremembered Heremember6d Heremembered
remembered nothing more He asked askedthat 851tedthat askedthat
that his hi wife be notified but before the thetelephone thetelophone thetelephone
telephone raessago mess lo could cquld be sent he said saidNo saidNo saidNo
No dont tell h her r Sage was Induced Inducedto
to go home A A policeman was detailed detailedto
to accompany him himWhen himWhen himWhen
When Sage reached his apartments his hisTj hislr1Amory hismemory
memory Tj raory was a blank Physicians Pll lclanli were weresummoned weresummonod weresurnmenod
summoned and It was found he wag not notseriously notserlously notseriously
seriously hurt hurtHURT hurtHURT hurtHURT
Thomas P Morgan of Washington Washingtonin
in Baltimore Hotel HotelAccording HotelAccording HotelAccording
According to a dispatch received here hereearly hereearl hereearly
early earl this morning Thomas P Morgan MorganJr Morganjr
Jr Washington manager of the Mutual MutualLife MutualLite MutualLife
Life Insurance Company with offices at atli4
1343 li4 F i street northwest was hurt In an onautomobile anaQtomobUe anantounobile
automobile accident ae3dentllear near Baltimore at ata ata ata
a late hour last night nightMr nightMr nightMr
Mr Morgan left ief Washington yesterday yesterdaymorning yesterdoymorning yesterdaymorning
morning at 10 oiibck oeek driving his tour touring tourIng tourIng ¬
ing oar accompanied by J H Brie Brieproprietor Brice Bric9proprietor Briceproprietor
proprietor o 9l t a garage aQse They Intended Intendedgoing 1ntenaedgolns Intendedgoing
going to Atlantic Uantlc City Clt from Baltimore Baltimoreby Baltimoreby Baltimoreby
by train trainDetails tral tralDetails trainDetails
Details of the accident are moagen moagenMrs mija meag t tMrs
Mrs Morgan received a ft longdistance longdistancetelephone Iong longdtstancetelephone lstaJ a atelephoM
telephone message m i tlge from her husband at ata atQ ata
a late hour hut night saying he was not notseriously notsertoUII17
4 seriously hurt and ane would wrlto her to today today today
day Ha H is at the Stafford Hotel Balti Baltimore B Bajti Bajtimore tI tImore ¬
Bandit Demands 20000 20000Hava liOOHavaHe QQQoHavaa
Hava Havaa a Dec L IThe The manager manar of o the thaUnited thQUnited theUnited
United Fruit Companys sugar mil at atBanes atDanes atBanes
Banes reports that the th famous bandit banditSoils ba banditSoils dlt dltSolls
Soils has ha demanded that he pay him himteoo him1tEO
1tEO 2 teoo OQ under underpenaity penalty of death deathItescudd deatbes deathReseudd
Itescudd es udd from Mldocenn MldocennBoaton 1IldoceanBoston llt1oceanBoston
Boston Dec l 1Word Word W was as B received to tonight tonlsht tonight ¬
night by Rogers Webb of thig tbt city cityowners oltyowners cityowners
owners of the threemasted pohoonor Cox Coxand Coxand CoxI
I and Green which has been missing missingabout mls1Jlngabout missingabout
about two weeks that tho captain his hiswife hiswUQ hiswifu
wife and crew o ow of sevan men were res rescued rescued rescued ¬
cued in mldoeean from the vessel shortly
before she foundered
Mrs Emma mma C Moulton IVlo Mozzjtori tori the Mutual Friend Fricpd in inNot inr friNotedCzse
r t Not NotedChse ed Ghse Passes Away
JsTcw ow York Dec 1 tEmma Emma C Moulton Moultonwidow MoultonWltIow MoultonivItlow
widow of Francis D Moulton died on onWednesday onVednesda onWednesday
Wednesday Vednesda at Wakefield R I in tho thoseventyfirst thofS theetwentyflrst
seventyfirst fS vonttlrst year ear of her age She looked lookedas lookedas lookedas
as as if she might be thirty when she testi testified tfsUftel1 lestifled ¬
fled In inTheodore Theodore Tlltons suit against againstHenry againstHenry againstHenry
Henry Ward Bascher nooch eecher In InBrookIyn Brooklyn In Feb February Febru Fobmary ¬
mary ru 1876 is7 Hor testiinony was almost almostas
as sensational a as that of her husband husbandwho husb8Jdwho husbandwho
who was known in the case caS as tho mu mutual rn z ztqal ¬
tual tqal friend Both were wltneBses wltne85 wItnesesfor wItnesesfortfle I 8 for fortUe tort
tUe t tfle tEl e plaintiff Tilton A part of Mrs MrsMgultons 1lrsQultons MrsMqulton
Mgultons Qultons testimony was wasftt wasthink wasdtx
ftt dtx think It was on June Jun 2 1873 Mr MrBeecher MrBeeoJ MrBeecjuer
Beecher BeeoJ er came to our house housej He said to tomo tomo toma
mo It Mr Tilton published his letter of ofapology otapology ofapology
apology I might as well go g out of life it itia ItIa ItIs
ia useless trying to live it down d wn I said saidMr saidMr saidMr
Mr Beecher there Is something better betterjfor bettertor betterfor
jfor for you to do than that I think that thatwould thatwould thatwould
would be a very cowardly thing for you youto youto youto
to do Go down to your church and con confess confeJs contess ¬
fess your crime they will forgive you youHe youH youH
He H said No I cant do that for the thesake thesakoot thesakoof
sake sakoot of the woman who has given me her herlove herlove herlove
love for my children for my family for
For th District of Columbia ColumbiaMaryland ColumbiaIvraryland ColumbiaMaryland
Maryland and Virginia VirginiaFair VirginiaFairFriday VirginiaFairFriday Fair FairFriday
Friday and Saturday continued continuedcold continuedcold continuedcold
cold moderate to brisk north northwesterly northwest northwesterly ¬
westerly west rly winds windsHERALD windsHERALD windsHERALD
Page PageIUnlowsts rages1UnionJsts
1 IUnlowsts Unionists Expect a Landslide LandslideGovernors LandUdeGovernors LandslideGovernors
Governors End Sessions SessionsMexican SessionMexican SessionsMexican
Mexican Rebels In Battle BattleMiss BattleMiss BattleMiss
Miss Taft a Debutante Debutante2Hearing L L2Hearlng
2 2Hearlng HearInK in Suicide Case CaseExDOsltlon CaseExnosltlon CaseExnosition
ExDOsltlon Rivals on Hand Bagl3BalUnsor Ilarjjl3Ballingor
3 3BalUnsor Balllngar Report Soon Ready ReadyInsurgent nbayInsurgont ReadyInsurgent
Insurgent NorrIs Hopeful Han HopfuI4Knapps tut tut4Knapps
4 4Knapps Knapps Speech Angers Shippers Shippers5In ShIPp Shppers5In t tIn
5In In the World of Society Society6Editorial Soolety6Edltorlal Society6Editorial
6Editorial 6Editorial7Tae 6EdltorlaliuTIle
7Tae 7 The Vhite Cat a n Serial SerialHoliday Soria SoriaHoUday orLa1 orLa1Holiday
Holiday Shopping Suggestions 5UggoUgns8A1Istar SuggestionsSAllstar
8 8A1Istar Allatar Eleven Chosen ChosenDailey ChosenDalley ChosenDailey
Dailey Reelected at Georgetown Georgown9Looos Georgetown9Loaves
9 9Looos Leaves One Jail for Another AnotherFraternal AnotherFratornal AnotherFraternal
Fraternal Orders Hold Elections ElcoUQnsllCommerclal Elections11Commercial
11 llCommerclal Commercial and Financial Financial13Lld Financial13Lld Finanelaip12Lid
13Lld for Socalled Athletic Clubs ClubsSWEETHEARTS ClubsSWEETHEARTS ClubsSWEETHEARTS
Parents parens Ask for 4olSTheiL Tlieir heirBe heirBeL He
L < Yt Ytl
lease l ase So oTlr Tlrey y fan 3an in V tfe ed r
New ew York Dee 1 IThe The two cave cavedwellers cavedw cavedwellers
dwellers dw Uers eighteenyearold La Vere Tall Tallman Tallmtln Tallman
man and seventeenyearold Beatrice San Sanders Snders Sanders ¬
ders who eloped and lived for six weeks weeksIn weeksIn weeksin
In the Catskill wilds until they wore ar arrested arr arrested ¬
rested r Sted last night wore w re discharged in tho thoYonkers thoYonkers theYonkers
Yonkers Police Court today todayUpon todlYUpon todayUpon
Upon their release they the were married marrIedat
at the request of their parents who have havebeen bavebecn havebean
been fretting considerably about the af affair alfair affair ¬
It Was VOII So Romantic RomanticThe RomanticThe RomatJThe
The girl who is pretty and looks hard hardly hardly ¬
ly I fifteen whowod today parts of th thdiary thdiary the thediary
diary she he kept of their cave Q e life Some Someot Some Someot Someof
ot the pages read readI readlImB
I lImB leva La Vere with aH my heart eert it wwrid kill killrae killme killme
me if we were separated separatedWe f6Pil paisted paistedWe ra ted tedWe
We hare fcawra kD W1l e eash eh other oth < < for seraal y rtars an and andhave andbue sndbae
have always been in line The only en oUJectlea tI to mr mrgetting MIlgetting ergetilng
getting married waa w that we 0 wens ero eonddersd tee Ueyoung teelOOn tee3oung
young lOOn We did not think so boweier and that waa waawhy uswhy fU fUwby
why we ran away awayWhy aWIiJWb
Why Wb did we live In a care Well because b < < aU30 It xii vaaso xiiso n I
so romantic We were In tore with nature t re end the tbecafe thecare
care where hffe we lited for eix we w weeks < < k kI was a ruradbe raraillieIf
K we eter er become rich I am going 1 to hare La Were Verebuy Werelily ere
buy 00 that lat care for I treasure it bejwtd od roeamrc roeamrcLa nlGilMlreLa moniurtLa
La Vera Ver wasTso was waso so good to me said saidBeatrice BaldBeatrice saidBeatrice
Beatrice today Never did I dream a aman aman aman
man could be so spiritual have such suchhigh suchhlgb suchhigh
high mental qualities qualltt J He treated me as asIf asIf asif
If I were his sister sisterParents 8t8tl1Parenta slstrParents
Parents Turn Now NoxrThe No NoThe NowThe
The parents pare tts of both were In court to today today today ¬
day when the prisoners were discharged dischargedYoung dl8ohargodYoung dischargedYoung
Young Tallmnn TnUmnn was a olerk In a n New Newark Newark Nowark ¬
ark drug store He ran away with Bea Beatrice Beatrice Beatrice ¬
trice six weeks ago They lived in the thecave thecave thecave
cave near Palenvlllo until cold weather weatherdrove weatherdroo weatherdrove
drove them th6t to Yonkers where they took tooka tookfurnished
a furnished room But their provisions provisionsgave provisionsgave provisionsgave
gave out and so 89 did their fuel They Theyused Theyused i iused
used to go to the railway station to keep keepwarm k keepwarm p pwarm
warm They wore arrested there thereWhile thereWhile
While In the cave they the lived on game gameand gameand gameand I
and fish that they shot and caught caughtGAS caughtGA caughtGAS
Three Perish in Fumes inti nNew ew York YorkApartment YorkApartment YorlApartment
Apartment House HouseNew HouseNew HouseNew
New York Dec 1 1A A smell of gas on onthe onth asth
the th second floor of the flats at 108 Nor Norwood Norwood Norwood ¬
wood avenue East New York this even evenins efm efmIns evening
ins brought neighbors nol hbon to the apartment apartmentof
of Policeman Frederick Cruger who does doesduty doesduty I Iduty
duty at the Madison street station stationThe stationThe stationThe
The neighbors found Alonzo Cruger Crugerthe Crugerthe Crugerthe
the policemans father andyDorothy IUl < < Dorothy and andEdnu andI andEdna
I Edna four and two years old his daugh daughters daughi daugliters ¬
i ters all dead from fr > m fumes The gas was wasfound wasfound wasfound
found to be pounajj from a Jet behind the theKitahon thekltollon thticitehon
Kitahon stove which the grandfather had hadinadvertently hadInad6rtently hadinadvertently
inadvertently turned turnedWILL turnedWILL turnedWILL
Austria Keichsrath Votes Against Againstthe Againsithe j jthe
the Government GovernmentVienna GovernmentVienna GovernmentVienna
Vienna Dec lThe Reiohsrath tonight tonightcarried t9nigh1carried c nlght nlghtqarrl6d
carried by a vote of 223 to 206 ro6i iOGi g motion motionfavoring matronfavoring I Ifavoring
favoring the unrestricted importation of oftmnsocennlc attmnsocoonlc o r rtsnnsocennic
tmnsocennlc meats thereby defeating defeatingthe dcfeatingthe dafeatinthe
the government governmeu which Is Influenced influencedthe b bY bYthe y ythe
the intrigues of tlie the AustroHungarlan AustroHungarlanAgrarian AustroHunsartin AustroHunsartinAgrarian I IAgrarian
Agrarian party partyIt partyIt partyIt
It transpired in the course of the de debate debate tiebate ¬
bate that Austria ustria Is bound by a secret secretagreement secretagroement L Lagreement
agreement with Hungary not to admit admittransoceanic admJttransoceanic t ttransoceanic
transoceanic meat without the latters lattersconsent lattersconsent u uconsent
consent consent and there Is a discrepancy In Inthe it itthe j jthe
the two governments views regarding regardingthe regardingthe regardinsthe
the interpretation intrpretatqn of the agreement agreementThe agreementThe agreementThe
The government defeat was largely due dueto dueto I Ito
to a revolt of the Christian Socialists Socialistswho Socialistswho Socialistswho
who notwithstanding the fact that Min Minister din tUnlater dinister ¬
ister of Commerce Worskirchner belongs belongsto S Sto
to their party Joined his and the govern governments governmonts o rn rnm
ments m nts opponents The vote entirely ac accords accords i icords
cords with public opinion opInionI
the church for my Influence throughout throughoutthe througboutthe throughoutthe
the world That I can never do I will willdie willdie willdie
die before I will confess It it My position positionin posItionin
in life Is that of a spiritual and moral moralteacher moralteacher moralteacher
teacher It I can no longer hold boI that po position pof3ltlon position ¬
sition then there s nothing left for me meand m mand meand
and I havo resolved to take my life I Ihave Ilave Ihave
have have lave a powder at homo lome In my ny library ta taG taWle ta1o
Wle 1o G which I shall take ta tak and sink quickly quicklyoff quicklyoff quicklyoff
off as If going to sleep without a strug struggle struggle struggte ¬
gle Mr Beecher was very much ex excited excited excited ¬
cited he told me with tears streaming
down his face of what he had suffered sufferedthat iufteredthat ilufferedthat
that he had suffered the tortures tort t rtures res of the thedamned thedamned thedamned
damned that he was obliged to go home homeand homeand homeand
and wear a a cheerful smile that when he heappeared heappeared heappeared
appeared In his church he must appear at
his best that the slightest Indication of ofweakness ofweakness atweakness
weakness was a confession on his part partso partso
so that I was really the only person to towhom towhom
whom ham he h couM come and act his natural naturalselfto naturalselfto naturalselfto
selfto whom ho could unburden his hiswhole hiswhole hiswhole
whole hearts trouble troubleMrs troubleMrs troubleMrs
Mrs Moultons uncle Jeremiah P Rob ¬
inson was In court ourt and after adjourn adjournment ndJQurnment adjournmeat ¬
ment Mr Beecher said to him What Whatshe Whatshe Whatshe
she says has a foundation In truth but
Is In effect a lie
Finished by bJPresident President and andApproved andAPPlovecl arniApproved
Approved by Cabinet CabinetCOPIES CabinetCOPIES CabinetCOPIES
Executive Document Containing ContainingRecommendation Co Containingflecommenilafinne tnl lng lngRecommendntlonto
Recommendation Recommendntlonto to Con Congress reM In InPrinted IIIPrlntel IsPrinted
Printed and Bound and n d Ready for forPerusal lorP forPerusal
Perusal P rullal In Hou house and Senate SenateTofts SenateTaft SenateTafts
Tofts Taft Consistent Grind at End EndPresident EndPresident EndPresident
President Taft laid aside his penor
his stenographer ns asit It happened to be in 111this
this case did didat at 3 oclock yesterday at alternoon atternoon atternoon
ternoon his second annual message to
Congress complete revised rovI ed throe times timesand timesfilnd timesand
and approved In final form by his Cab ¬
inet inetThe
The last correction went down to the t e
Government Printing Office across the thecity thecJto thecity
city In quick time and the message messageprinted ms messageprinted age ageprinted
printed and bound and ready roadyfor for perusal perusali
In the House and S Sckate QRte and for tearing
i Into copy COP for newspaper offices went wentout wentout wentout
out to the country late last night nightRun nightRunN nightRuns
Run Runs 2OOOO oOOO Word WordThe WordeThe VordThe
The message Is longer according to tothose totlose tothose
those who know something about it than thanthat thnnthat thanthat
that of Jast ast year oor It probably will run runclose runclose
close to 20600 O IOO words and although Vlthughprcss VlthughprcssaRSoelatfons press pressgjeir press
associations will be lie nb able e to get most ot
gjeir t tJr copies In the therqaUenrly maU sna1Ieariy early today It Iti 1 1s
is s doubtful Sf the PnoAt1 Paot1pCoastwj1I Coaat wUl get
It t in 1olTplete form Jnlells i there J is some
tall telegraphing
The President has worked most con consistently consistently on onelatcnUy ¬
sistently in getting out this message
Ho has hn shut himself up In his private
library In the Executive Mansion for
hours at a stretch One morning he hearose hearoso hearose
arose at 3 oclock and one night worked workeduntil workeduntil workeduntil
until that hour Yesterday the Cabinet CabinetHpent Cabinetpent Cabinetspent
pent five hours passing p 98lng up luncheon
to smooth out the last wrinkles twrinklespprovoo As Asapproved
approved at 3 oclock yesterday it Is er erpected e epected epected
pected to go In although corrections correctionssometimes correctfonssometimes correctionssometimes
sometimes are made mad even after the mes message mesStlge mensage ¬
sage has been b on distributed distributedWelcome distributedeIcome distributedWelcome
Welcome eIcome for All AllNow AUNow AllNow
Now that the message Is out of the theway thethe theway
way the President will try to give all alltho alltho allthe
tho members of Congress who want to tose tosOt tosee
se sOt him an opportunity He will wel welcome welcome welCome ¬
come Insurgents and regulars alike and andIt andIt andit
It Is 1 likely that he will call some of the theInsurgent theInsurgent theinsurgent
Insurgent leaders Into the White House Houseconferences Houseconferences Houseconferesce
conferences when plans are laid for the
legislative ft > programme in the coming ses session sesston seasion ¬
sion He is 1 specially desirous of having
legislation enacted providing for the for fortification fortflication ¬
tification of the Panama Canal and also alsoan alsoan alsoan
i an appropriation for the tariff board
After the t legislative programme is ismarked Ismarked
marked out the President will take up
the Supreme Court and other judicial judicialappointments judicialappointments judicialappointments
appointments In regard to these ap ¬
pointments he also Intends to give mem ¬
born of Congress and others a full oppor ¬
tunity to make suggestions suggestionsSupremo suggestionsSupreme suggestionsSupreme
Supreme Court slates continue to be bemade bemade bemade
made up for the President by b the news newspapers news newspapers newspapers ¬
papers tfhe rhe latest is a statement that
Chief Justice Gummere of New Jersey
baa been selected for Chief Justice of
the Supreme Court It can be said that
Mr Gummere has not been selected selectedALDRICH seJeotedALDRICH selectedALDRICH
Returns Here for f His last Session Sessionof Sessionof Sessionof
of Congress CongressSenator CongressSenator CongressSenator
Senator AldrIch arrived In Washington Washingtonlast Washingtonlast
last night for his last session of Con Congress Congress Congresa ¬
gress He will retire from the Senate Senateon
on March 4 next nextThe nextThe nextThe
The Senator is chairman of the Mane Monetary Manetary one onetary
tary Commission and he will call a ameeting ameetIng ameeting
meeting of that body today There has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been talk that Senator AldrIch and his hiscolleagues hiscollengues hiscolleagues
colleagues may present a currency re reform reform reform ¬
form bill merely for the purpose of ofarouslng atarouslnCO ofarousIndiscussion
arouslng arousIndiscussion discussion and educating the thecountry thecountry theCountry
country on this important question questionSenator QuesUonSenator questionSenator
Senator AldrIch expects to continue continueactively continuenctively continueactively
actively as the head of the commission commissionafter commlsalonnfter commissionafter
after his retirement from the Senate Senateand Seniteand Se4teand
and to do everything possible to bring
about a a reform In currency laws lawsAERO lawsAERO lawsAERO
Moisant Flies Over Memphis Jn JnHeavy in inHeavy iiiHeavy
Heavy Winds WindsMemphis V inds indsMemphis indsMemphis
Memphis Tenn Dec De 1Flying Flying In the thefaxjgof thaf thEfa
faxjgof f fa o of a a twentymileanhour gale with withthetemperature withthe L Lthe1mperature
thetemperature the t mperature six degrees below freez freezing freezIng freesing ¬
ing point John B Moisant flew two miles milesover mileso I Iov
over o ov r the city clt of Memphis this afternoon afternoonaffer atternoonaf afternoonaffar
affer af r encircling the mils mU track at the thoair
fair air grounds twelve times R C Garros Garrosbroke CalTOBbroke I Ibroke
broke nil American records for sustained I
flight in a a Demoiselle monoplane by re remaining remaining rematning ¬
maining in rUe e air eight minutes forty
four seconds Few spectators visited the theaviation thealntion thtaviation
aviation field fieldAs 5 5As
As Moteant Mols nt started his flight his ma machine machin machine ¬
chine chin narrowly esoaped escape eseapodtipping ipplng over sev several severnl sevoral ¬
oral times He soared to a height of ofover orover ol olover
over 1500 feet and remained in the air airthirtyseven airthlrtJl aftthirtyseven
thirtyseven thlrtJl V n minutes fortyflvo seconds secondsRene secondsRene secondsBone
Rene Simon in a BIeriotf BIerJot made several severalflights severalflIlhts severa severaflights
flights while Moisant was out over the thecity th6city th I Icity
city Difficulty In landing was expe experienced experIenced experienced ¬
rienced by all the aviators and Moisant Moisanthad Moisanthad Moisanihad
had to be lifted from his machine machineXevr machineNew machineNew
New York Todnyj Florida I lorlda Tomorrow TOIuol w
Via Atlantic Coast Line the Standard I
Railroad of the South Three limited I
trains transdafly dally 1419 New York ave nw
Emil Donate Picked Op on onStreets onStreets onStreets
Streets HereEiND H Here iltEeEND re reEND
Stor of Romance and Pathos PathosTold PathosTold PathosTold
Told in u i Last Moments MomentsInformed MomentsIntorUled MomentsIntrmcd
Informed by Physicians PJa lclnnll pf III liii Few FcirHours FewI10ur Fewhours
Hours to Lire Linguist Scholar Scholarxnnd Scholarnnd Scholarnncl
xnnd nnd Wnr Val Correspondent Recites RecltcaThrilling Reclt RecltThrIlling RecitesThrilling
Thrilling Xnrrntlvea arrnttves of Hardship Hardshipin Hardshipi
in i In India Ind n acid Later in South Africa AfricaSinter Af Africaa Africasleterconuing lca lcaSiftter
Sinter sleterconuing Gomlnsr from canada
Keeping his identity a secret until untilfew a afew alow
few hours before his death do aUt and then re revealing reoaUng revoaling ¬
vealing to the hospital ho pltal authorities a life lifestory Mestory latetory
story s tory full of romance hardships and andpathos andpathos andpathos
pathos Emil Dunate linguist scholar scholarand fScholarand scholarand
and war correspondent died led yesterday at atCasualty atCasuaity atCasuaity
Casuaity Hospital HospitalPicked HospitalPleked HospitaLPicked
Picked up in the street In an exhausted exhaustedcondition expaustedcondition exJaustedcondition
condition five week ago ao Dunais main maintained maln1nlnCl maIntaineil ¬
tained silence as to his family and past pastitfe pastute pastie
ute h ie Further than that he was Emit EmilDunais EmitDut1nls EmitDuaIs
Dunais fioventythree years oars old the thephysloians thophllol thephyslaians
physloians phllol ns know nothing as to his idea identity Idonut ideatity ¬
tity ut
tityEarly Early yesterday terc1ay he was told by bypbrsl bypbrslclans physi physicians phyniclans ¬
clans that he had but few hours tp t live liveand ilve ilveand lIveand
and this moved him to speak Several Severaldoctors Severaldo Severaldoetors
doctors do < toni and nurses hoard the dying man mangasp manI mangasp mangasp I
gasp a story that sounded like a chapter chapterfrom chapterfrom chapterfrom
from a novol and At t its conclusion saw sawtha sawtha sawtha
tha speaker relapse into unconsciousness unconsciousnessfrom unconsolousnesstrom unconsciOustiessfrom
from which ho never recovered recoveredDunais recoverodDunals recoveredDunais
Dunais according to his story was wasborn wasborn wanborn
born In Canada and when but a youth youthwent youthwent youthwent
went to Europe to study He returned returnedeome returnedpome returnedsome
some years ears later and founded the first firstagricultural firstagrkmltural firstagricultural
agricultural school In the dominion of ofwhich otwhleh ofwhich
which he was elected to the presidency presidencyRelinquishing presidencyRelinquishing presidencyRelinquishing
Relinquishing this duty dut at an outbreak outbreakof
of hostilities between India and Great GreatBritain GreatDrttaln GreatBritain
Britain Dunais went to the Orient Orient as a awar 11 11war awar
war correspondent for the London Times TimesFive TimesFlvo TimesFive
Five years reaps 6I1p of hardships in the tropics tropicswas tropicsWftS tropicswas
was Dunais DunaIs lot during the Insurrection InsurrectionIn
In many of the engagements he was on onthe onthe onthe
the firing line and came out unscathed unscathedAt
At the cessation of hostilities he re returned returned rej rejturned ¬
turned to London and remained there a anumber anumber anumber
number of yearn as a newspaper man manWhen manVhen manWhen
When the Boer war broke out ho was wassent wassent wassent
sent to the front as correspondent for forthe tprthe lrhe
the t he London Times He saw active service serviceat servlcoLadfsmlth servthoLadysmith
at Ladysmlth and other points of conflict conflictnnd conftlctnnd conflictund
nnd was once sHgbUY wounded He was wasntlmatoiy wasnUmntotY wasnUmato1y
t ntlmatoiy aquaUited 3lga qTaIted te with Qom Q m ppull Paul PaulKrugorr TaulKrgcrFrss4i
l Krugorr RrugcrPr KrgcrFrss4i PreWbt of ale Tpmsvaut an nt ntI < T TIn
I In i n his deatnbeffreVelatloh deattibe1t fJt 1aUOn smiled aa n it he hetold hetold hetold
told an anecdote or two of that person personOn personOn personOn
On Way UPn to Florida FloridaThe FIorlclnTho FloridaThe
The close of the Boor conflict saw Du Dunais Dunals DiinaI ¬
nais naI back in London where he remained remaineduntil remaineduntil remaineduntil
until early this year when he camo to toNew toNew toNew
New York His health was not good goodand goodand
and a trip to Florida was WR ordered by b his hisphysician hisphyslclan hisphysician
physician It was while on his way waySouth waySilJth wayScqth
South SilJth that Dunals stopped in Washing Washington Washingtoi n8hlllg n8hlllgtoJt ¬
ton toJt and was fatally stricken strickenDunais strlekenDunals strickenDunals
Dunals was found In Massachusetts Massachusettsavenue Massaehuscttsavenue assaehusettsaenue
avenue between Fourth and Fifth streets streetsnorthwest streetsnorUtwest streetsnorthwest
northwest five weeks ago He was was taken takento takento takento
to the hospital in an exhausted condition conditionand conditionand conditionand
and gradually grew worse Physicians Physicianscould Ph Phsloianscould stQlans stQlanscould
could not induce him to disclose anything anythingregarding anyUlInlregarding anythingregarding
regarding his tl family or relatives until untilthe untilthe untilthe
the warning that death was near caused causedhim causedhim causedhim
him to break hl his five weeks silence silenceMrs siJQnceMrs slionceMrs
Mrs Aurelia Chartier wife of the post postmaster postmaster postmaster ¬
master at Lazara Manitoba Canada is isa Isa isa
a sister of Dunais and it was Wa his last lastrequest lastrequest lastrequest
request that she be notified of his death deathShe doathShe deathShe
She will probably arrive here tomor tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
row Dunnls also mentioned that his hiswife hiswlte hiswife
wife is living in Ontario but did not notseem notseem notseem
seem anxious that she should learn of ofhis ofhis ofhis
his whereabouts When taken to the thehospital thehospltal thehospital
hospital Dunais had w 500 > o on hi his person personand per5onand personand
and was well droesed droesedFERRYBOATS droesedFERRYB0ATS dressedFERRYBOATS
Several Women Injured an and Others OthersThrown OthenThrown OthersThrown
Thrown in Panic PanicJerseyCUy PanicJerse PanicJorsety
JerseyCUy Jerse Jorsety ty Dee 1 tThe The Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaRailroad Penn PennsylvaniaRailroad Ylvanla YlvanlaRaUroad
Railroad ferryboat Cincinnati of Des Desbrosse Desbrosse Desbrosse
brosse street collided coJlld d tonight tonJght with her hersister tiersister 1er 1ersister
sister boat bo t St Louis Just outside the theferry theferry theferry
ferry house in Jersey City staving In a atwelvefoot atwahofoot atwelvofoot
twelvefoot section of t the St Louis wo womans womnns womans ¬
mans cabin and auslngr o a t big commo commotion commotion commotion ¬
tion on both boats boatsSeveral boatsSeveral boatsSeveral
Several women were Injured < one BO se seriously seriously neriously ¬
riously that she went to St St Francis Hos Hospital Hospital Hoepital ¬
pital and half a dozen suffered from fromshock fromshock fromshock
shock although they were w ro able to go goto goto goto
to their homes homesFor homesFor homesFor
For n few minutes following the rip rlpplngr ripping ripping
ping and smashing there was wmtmuch much hysteria hys hysteria lsysteria ¬
teria in the thecabln cabin and everybody rushed rushedto rushedto rushedto
to tho ends ezid of the boat Dock hands handsran handsran handsran
ran among amqnl the excited passengers coun counseling counsel1ng celiaseling ¬
seling tijem t1em to calm themselves as the thedanger thedanger thedanger
danger was then over and a semblance semblanceof
of order twas vas soon restored restoredCapt restoredCapt restoredCapt
Capt Dreaker steered the St Louis Into Intoher Intoher Intoher
her slip and the passengers disembarked disembarkedThe dlsembnrlcedThe disembarkedThe
The Cincinnati continued In commission commissionBRYAN aQrnmlsslonBRyAN commissiontYA
Portrait Cannot Be Hung in Okla Oklahoma Oklaho Okiahoma
homa ho na Senate Chamber ChamberOklahoma ChamberOklahoma ChantherOklahoma
Oklahoma City CIt Okla Dec L LWIIJl 1William 1WilliamJ William WilliamJ m
J Bryan was given a slap In the Okla Oklahoma Oklahcuna Okialmnia ¬
homa legislature today wh wMn < en efforts effortswere ettortswere effortswere
were made to have his portrait hung in inthe Inthe inthe
the house and senate chambers chambersThat ChambersThat chambersThat
That picture does not go up In this thissenate thissenate thissenate
senate chamber as long as I am In the thechair1 thechair thechair1
chair1 said ald Lieut Gov George W Bel Bellamy Bellamy Bellamy ¬
lamy when the sergoantatarma sought apugtitto soughtto
to hang the picture behind behlndthe the lieutenant lieutenantgovernors Ueut lieutenantgovernors nant nant10ernors
governors back besld besldGportralts portraits of Gov GovHaskell Go GoHaskell GovHaskell
Haskell and President Taft TaftBryans TaftBryans TaftBryans
Bryans portrait was then placed on the thefloor thefloor thefloor
floor with ita face to the walL walLIn wallIn walkIn
In the house a portrait Of Bryan on onthe on onthe onthe
the wall behind the speakers desk was wascovered wascovered wascovered
covered today toda wjth a map of Oklahoma OklahomaCity Okl Oklahomaciti homa homaCity
City CityThis CityThis citiThis
This seems Gms to have 111v bean the first open openBlap openslap
slap at n Bryan by theHoskell the Hn Hnskell kell adminis administration admlnlsatlon administration ¬ S
tration atlon since Bryan B an requested Haskell Haskellto L Lresign
to resign from the Democratic Denlo enuogratIc atic National NationalExecutive NationalExecutlye I IExecutive
Executive Committee in InBook IMS IMSBook jDUllBook
Book Sale at Sloans TonIght
Messrs Me srs Sloan Co Auctoneers 140 lW7
G st st will sell tonight at at8 8 p m within within
their rooms about 2COO new books b oks In ii
fine fln bindings by standard authors Cat Catalogues Catalogues Catalogues ¬
alogues at the galleries galleriesii
S Cbpyrlgbt t hr G V Buek BackPresented BuekPrueatec1 BuekPresented
Presented to society nt largely Inrgel attended reception at the White Ha House Heaaee Houseyesterday e eyenterday
yesterday e terdaT
Next Meeting to Be More MoreWork MoreWork MoreWork
Work and Less Play PlayMUCH PlayMUCH PlayMITCH
Spring Lake X ii T Se Selected cted for Next NextYears N Nexteara t I Iy
Years y eara t11 Conference CQalerence When Work orkof orkofDod of ofDod ofBody
Body Dod Will Ill Take Precedence Over OverEntertainment OverEntertnlllnlt OverEntertninmentM
Entertainment nt and Other Otll r Social SocialFunctions S SocialFunctions lal lalFnneUon
Functions Given Gh n bj City CityLouisville ott ottLouls cit7Louisville
Louisville Louls U1e Dec 1 1Atter After a ehort shortex ahorVexectitive uc
ecutive seaslpn held this afternoon ntterrQon the thethird tbethird thethird
third conference co teren s oT dt t theouse ibe j ojijifefea ojijifefeacrnors s4 s4flora tii tiiJ1ora
crnors flora Adjourned Aaj d3ourne4tnjaethgniflatSprhi d3ourne4tnjaethgniflatSprhiAthe urned in t jn t ugaJn ssUn at t Spring
L Lake l Athe ke N Ni J In the first w wf week j < alc k of Septem September Septemher
ber where hero the governors will have haV more moreopportunity mor moropportunity
opportunity of discussing the affairs of ofthe
the day which are of interest to each eachStato eachStato eachState
Stato in the Union The question of ofmeeting atmeeting otmeeting
meeting In cities where the hosts vied viedwith vIedwith viedwith
with other cities in entertaining the visit visiting vlsfti visit7ng ¬
ing i ng executives was discussed in the ex exeouUe cxeoutive
eoutlve session sessl2n and in the future the thegovernors thegovernors
governors win wf stop only at hotels h tels and andwill andwill andwill
will pay pa their own expenses expensesWhile expensesWhile expensesWhile
While the meeting In Louisville has hasbeen basbeen hasbeen
been one of otthe the most enjoyable enjo able since the theHouse theHouse theHouse
House of Governors was Inaugurated the thesocial thesocial thesocial
social part of the entertainment over overshadowed overshadowed overshadowed
shadowed the business sessions and andmany andmany andmany
many things which had been scheduled to tocome tocome tocome
come before the conference had to be belaid belaid belaid
laid on the table tableTho tableTho tableThu
Tho second days session of the con conference conference eonference ¬
ference was called to order by Gov GovThomas GovThomas GovThomas
Thomas R Marshall of Indiana Indian The Thediscussion Thediscussion Thediscussion
discussion of Employers liability and andworkmens andworkmens andworkmens
workmens compensation acts which whichwas whichwas whichwas
was begun the afternoon before was re resumed resumed resumed ¬
sumed Gov Hadley of Missouri Gov GovE GO GOE GovE
E L Norris of Montana Coy GO Marshall Marshallof
of Indiana Gov Richard E Sloan of ofArizona otArhonn ofArizona
Arizona Gay Go Charles S Deneen of Illi Illinois llUpols Dlinois ¬
nois nnd Gov Joseph M Brown of ofGeorgia otGeorgia ofGeorgia
Georgia took part In the discussion each eachgovernor eachgovernor eachgovernor
governor dealing with the subject with withspecial withspecIal withspecial
special reference reteren e to what has been die diein d dsein ne neIn
in his State StateGov StateGo StateGor
Gov Go Hadloy Introduced a resolution resolutionwhich resolutionwhich resolutionwhich
which was adopted providing that eachgovernor eachgovernor
governor should make a a report to the thegoernors thegovernors
governors of the other States with re regard regard regard ¬
gard to the liability and compensation compensationlaws compensationInwl5 compensationlaws
laws of 0 his own State All the governors governorsagreed governorsngreel governorsugreed
agreed that the present laws on tho thosubject thosubject thesubject
subject are unsatisfactory unsaU unsatifactoryTake factor1 l lTake ITaI
Take TaI Uj Up Primary Laws LarrsThe LnTsThe
The Tli subject of direct primaries was wastaken wastaken as astaken I
taken up by the conference shortly after afternoon atternOOI1 afternoon
noon The principal prJnclpalnddrcea address was made madeby madeby madeby
by Gov Q QEjv Fort of New Jersey who open opened opened ¬
ed the discussion Gov Go Fort made a astrong astrong astrong S
strong plea for direct primaries which whichhe whichhe whichhe
he said are here to stay stayGov stayGo stayGov
Gov Go Fort was f followed owed by Gov Had Hadley HadIe Hadicy ¬
icy Ie of Missouri who said that he agreed agreedwith a agreedwith reed reedwith
with Gov Fort in his statement of direct directnominations directnomina directnominations
nominations nomina tIons by primaries prImarl s has come QQJ11 to tostay tosta toS
sta stay but that in dealing with the propo propoitlqn pro propotttqn po potUqn S
itlqn one must recognize the necessity necessityof
of correcting the abuses which are inci incident Incident mcident ¬
dent to the system systemIt
It was the abuse of the old conven convention comontlon convontion ¬
tion system that brought about dlreat dlreatprimaries dl e t tprJmarles
primaries said Gov Fort Failure to torecognize toreeol11he U Ut I
recognize and correct the 10 evils vl1s of the thepresent thepresent theI t
present pre nt primaries system may result resultn resultnIts In InIts Isits I
Its abolishment abolishmentMiss abollshmenL abollshmenLMiss itbolishtmenlMiss
Miss Laura Clay daughter daugh r of the late lateGen hl iattGen e eGen
Gen Cassius M Clay Cia who was Minister Ministerto Mlnlst Ministr Ministrto J Jto
to Russia when Alaska was bought by bythe bythe bythe
the United States addressed the govern governors governors governorB ¬
ors on woman suffrage this afternoon afternoonGov afternoonGov afternoonGov
Gov Shafroth of Colorado asked per ufermission permissIon cer cermission
mission for her to tospeak speak She was given giventwenty givestwenty I Itwenty
twenty minutes Miss Clay Is no mean meanorator meanorator inearorator
orator and at the conclusion of her heraddress heraddress hesaddress
address she was congratulated by all allot allotthe of ofthe ol olthe
the governors governorsBACON governorsBACON
Ham Haw K lII Also Willing to Compromise Compromisewith CQmpromiewith Compronilwith a
with lean I Purse PurseKansas PurseKnnsa3 PurseRansa
Kansas Ransa City Mo Dec 1 1Bacon Bacon has hastumbled hastumbled I Itumbled
tumbled In price at last Fresh Fre h pork porkalready porkalready porhialready
already had taken a tumble and some someclasses someclas I Iclasses
classes clas es of beet and mutton also al had be began begun begun ¬
gun to sell ell at lower rates but bacon of ofthe ofthe 01 01the
the kind whose odor greets you with sat satisfying sath satissfying ¬
isfying h ylns Irritation as you come downstairs downstairsthese downstairsthese I Ithese
these crisp mornings persisted In Its Itacents 40 40cents 4t 4tccnta
cents a poung oflislmess until ntU today todayThe toda todaThe todayThe
The packers sold all grades of bacon baconnt baconot I Iat
nt 2 2 cents a pound less today Bacqns Bacqnssecond BacQnasecot1d C Csecond
second cousin ham also fell fellOfT off in thecost the thecost t tcost
cost to the retailers The decline was 1 1cent 1cent I Icent
cent a pound also on every grade grade12JJ gradelnalt1more gradeIirnaltlniore
12JJ lnalt1more Baltimore and andBaltimore Ueturn Ueturnnaltbnore lie turn turnBaltimore
Baltimore OhIoEvery Ohio OhioEvery ObloEvery
Every Saturday Saturd y and Sunday Sun 14 AH A1ltralns A1ltralnsboth trains trainsboth S Sboth
both ways way both days except Royal Lim Limited Limited LimIted ¬
Rebels Extend Control in inNorthern inNorthern
Northern Mexico MexicoYUCATAN MexicoYUCAT
r S
lnvnd 1nvaderll I r Jfojr No o Believed to Be In InHiding InIJlc1lnJ inBidluF
Hiding SJU jn Jn Texas r and Band of ofRevolirtloulitts ofneoil
Revolirtloulitts neoil RevoliPtioniats l nl t Violate Iolate Neutrality NeutralityLaws 1ieotr Ut UtLaw
Laws Law Near Marathon laratIlonTwo Two Mexl MexlCSUH MexlI
cane anfl Are Sleet for fIr I Murder MurderEl IlnrderEl
El Paso P s Tex Dec De 1 LReports Reports from froml fromS
Chihuahua l u ua deglar l r thjit H1 tat t manv snitruVdextcan snitruVdextcani1ken Next Mexican MexicanI an ant1 S
I t1 B Uh 11 ft1lt iti dr Wmen q i1ken l4KenprI8 prison prisonMra prisonta n nIn
Mra ta Inthe In inth t battJeatPcdemales b ttle tPedtma1eS tought toughtn toughtne6dtlY foughtiaPueadtty a
Pueadtty e6dtlY fifty miles mU s from fr from n1 Chihuahua It Ity
y sTated that lT iirT soldiers Bc ldIe s were sent 6 ntout ntoutand out ut utand
t and none of them returned nor have havethey hltV hltVthc havethey
they thc have been heard of since sinceThere sinceThere
There Is ample confirmation of the thestatement thestatement thestatement
statement that the rebels have complete completecontrol completecontrolot completecontrol
control controlot of every town between b tfen Chihuahua Chihuahuaand Chihuahuaand
and Madera on the Chihuahua and Pa Paciflc PaclOe PacHic
cHic road but they are not notmoIestIng molesting
Americans and they the are allowing aUowln > all alltrains alltrllins alltrtlns
trains to operate again At Lajunta a ajunction ajunction ajunction
junction point on the line the Insurrectos Insurrectoshave Insurrectoshave insurrectoshave
have twenty tw ty Mexican soldiers prisoners prisonersIVot prisonersXot
Not 3IoIeatlng Foreigners ForelsnemAs ForehnerAs
As soon as additional soldiers arrive arrivefrom arrlefrom arrivefrom
from the Mexican Interior they will be besent bes besent
sent s nt In large numbers against the Insur Insurrectos Insurr insurrectos ¬
rectos r tos but the latter are Intrenched In Inthe Int116 InS
the mountains They Tbe are respecting S
Maderos Madcios orders In every particular and andare andare andare
are taking nothing they cant pay for forand torand forand
and molesting no Americans or other otherforeigners otherforelRners otherforeigners
foreigners foreignersIt
It Is reported In Chihuahua that the theneed theneed theneed
need for troops In Yucatan Is preventing
the Mexican government from sending
the necessary necessar number to Chihuahua to toput toput toput
put down the trouble A Mexico City dis dispatch dispatch dispatch ¬
patch reports that there Is trouble In InYucatan InYucatan inYucatan
Yucatan and that soldiers have beisn been sent sentthere sentthere sentthere
there thereMarathon thereMarathon thereMarathon
Marathon T4k Dec J JThe The band of ofthirty otthirty ofthirty
thirty armed Mexican revolutionists who whowore whowor whowore
wore wor in the vicinity vlclnlt of Terlingua Tex Texninetynine TexntnetnIM TeLninetynine
ninetynine miles south of here yester yesterday yesterda ¬
day da have crossed cr ssed into Mexico I lco according
to telephone advices ndvlc < s received from there theretoday theretods theretoday
today tods Shdrfir J A Walton and a a posseof posseot posse posinof
of deputies left for Terlingua yesterday
to round up the violators of o the neutral neutrality neutrllMy neutrallty ¬
ity laws 10 s
T Two > ro Aannaalnn IInllllln5 Shot ShotWord SbotWord ShotWord
Word has been received from fr m Cullacan Cullacanthat Cullac1nthat Cuilacanthat
that the two Mexicans exlcans who murdered J JH 1H JH
H Ellick aivAmerfcan at atstate Dadiraguato Dadiraguatostate Dadlraguntostate
state of Sinaloa Sln SInaI loa a month ago were con convicted convIcted convicted ¬
victed and have just been shot for the thecrime thecrime thecrime
crime crimeZacateoas crimeZncateoatl crime S
Zacateoas Mexico Dec 1 1Yore More than thantwenty thantwenty thantwenty
twenty men m r who ho were ere arrested arrested at Juchl Juchlbrought JuchlpUn Juchulplla
pUn charged charged with sedItion have been beenbrought beenbrought
brought here here and andpl placed ced In prison prls n The Thearrests Thearrests Thearrests
arrests were were made by b the state militia militiathe mfUUatht militiathe
the ranking officer 2IDc r ot which whlell reports he
has in his possession valuable documents
bearing on the plans of Madero MaderoAustin lIaderoAustin MatleroAustin
Austin Dec 1 lGov Gov Campbell today
ordered the State ranger force to remaInon remain remainon I Ion
on the Rio Grande border and continue continuetheir continuetheir continuttheir
their search for Francisco l I Madero and andbands andbands ant antbands
bands of Mexican revolutionists The Themilitary Themmtar I Imilitary
military mmtar and government authorities of ofMexico atMexlco o r rMexico
Mexico believe beU e that Madero ia somewhere somewherein somewhertIn
in hiding on o the Texas side of the river riverTroops riverTroO r1verTroops
Troops TroO at ntSaltUlo ntSaltUloSa1tll1o Saltllla SaltlllaSaltlllo SaltilloSaltihlo
Saltlllo Mexico Mexico Dec L 1Eight Eight passen passenger passenser passenger
ger coaches loaded with federal soldiers soldiersfrom soldiersfrom soldiersfrom
from from the City of Mexico have haearded haeardedhere arrived arrivedhere arrivechere
> here taking the place pla e of the 600 OO who whowent whow ivhtwent
went w nt to Torreon Torreo a week ago agoUPPER agoupeER agoUPPER
Pullman Pul1 a Company Announces Re Heductioh Reductipu Reduc
ductioh duc > of 20 Per Cent in Rates RatesChlqdRQ
r rChl
Chl Chlcdi ChlqdRQ dijo Dec De 1 1A A countrywide re reduction re reducti reductiOiilof2O ¬
duction ductiOiilof2O ducti no of 20 per cent on upper Pullman Pullmanberth Pullmanberth i iberth
berth rates wRero the lower berth rate rateosceeda rateXfoeedtl rat S Sapd
osceeda osceedaf f J160 l O apd various various rloul reductions in inlower inlower 1 1lower
lower berths were wereannQunced announced before or the theInterstate theIntcrstpte ft S SIntorstPte
Interstate Commerce Commission today todayby tOdayby toda V Vby
G Gs S Fernnld assistant
by general solicitor solicitorof r rof
of the Pullman Company The notice noticeof S Sof I Ior
of the reduction had been expected nnd nndCommissioners ani f I ICommls ICommisOnera
Commissioners Commls CommisOnera oners Franklin Fr nklln K Lane fJane ane and E EB L LB
B Clark did not find U t necessary n cessary to tohear toItoar v 0 0hear
hear testimony on DneXcesslv excessive berth berth rates ratesThe ratesThe L LThe
The minimum for upper upporberths berths is to tobe t 0 0be
be 4125 125 There will be e no lower re reduction r rductlon red ¬ t
duction d utlQn even where lower berths are ar e
135 1 i
jJli 812 8 1 2 to toDalUmore Ralilmorc RII ns nsSattfldYS and WJYllI WJYllI6aU Ke um umoaltmiays
oaltmiays 6aU tdllvs and Sundays viaUPeAim R R p
< TI Tickets ket good returning until unt1Si unt1hStibcl Sunday Ji night L
An regular reguia trains exceDttl except theCongres theCongresatonal FCOniTes FCOniTessional
atonal LfmJteiJ UmItec a
Presidents Daughter Makes MakesDebut MakesDebut Or OrDebut
Debut at White House HouseSTOOD HonseSrOOD HouseSTOOD
Deceiving necciv ng Line Composed ot otParents otParents otParents
Parents and Debutante DebutanteReeeptiea DebutanteS DebutanteReceptieR
Reeeptiea neoe > > tl ORe of Handsomest naJdsomet Eves EvesSeem EJelSeea EverSeen
Seem ia Rubric DcildlDRooma DcildlDRoomaFr BaildingTtoonnsFrgrant Bclldln8 > Rooma RoomaFragrant
Fragrant Fr lPa t with Flowers Flo erJ Which WhichAre WhichAre
Are Seat in i by by y Friend of the theSesfloaa theSeoa theSeasons
Seasons Seoa tending Bad BaclGucsts Gneats at atFaactioa atFaoUoa atFanction
Faactioa Number Close to 1500 1troOThe 1500The 1500The
The reception yesterday at which Mrs
Taft presented her only daughter to so society 80cJcty noclety ¬
ciety was distinctly the handsomest re reception re reception reception ¬
ception at the Executive Mansion within withinthe withintho withinthe
the memory of the oldest Inhabitant InhabitantMasses ln IniabltautMasses abllant abllantMasses
Masses of flowers principally roses both bothred bothred bothred
red and PInk were everywhere which whichbrightened whichbrightened whichbrightened
brightened the great state apajf ap I Iin
In whlSh there are usually white whiteor whSteor whiteor >
or very pale tinted ones except exceplcourse exceptcourse exceptcourse
course the Red Parlor where tt Uera tlem > i iers <
ers em are always red redThe redThe redThe
The President stood with his if 1 Mr Mraughter r rdaughter rdaughter
daughter d to welcome the guests guestsGreen guestsGreen guestsreen
Green G reen Parlor another
Innovation Innoatl Jnnovatinery n i ivery L Lvery
very v ery sane one as It opens oP ns direct directtho dlr ctL f fthe rhe
the t he East ast Room or ballroom as It itroperly n nproperly 1 1properly
properly tfl p tp be called with Its polish pollshoi pollshoiftOOl polishoor L Lfloor
floor fl flr oor The East Room was f tragr tragrroses fragrz fragrzoses ragra ragraroses
roses r all iplnk an4 red and tb th thtels > T Ttels uo uoels
tels t els were banked with
farleyena ar1eyen ar1eyenand a aand and <
and a nd orchids orchidsThe orchidsThe orchidsThe
The Green Parlor where the m recarty ff ffparty afe afeparty
party p arty stood was beautiful with p W pd < t ted ted
ed e d blossoms and the Blue Blu Parlor Parlorectlve Parlorective i ifectlve >
fe fectlve f with tall bunches of whl whira < ro roers W Wers
ers e fd ra and an American Beauties Tlj T Tha OJB OJBdecorations 11mdecoratlons same sameecorations
decorations d obtained In the Red Redftcrym RedftcrymTbe Reom ReomThe Reonihe
The T he piano In the East Room and nn t IP h en enn R RIn t tIn <
In I Iw n tho Blue Parlor were W Ie c rersd rersdwith y ywith rerudith
with w ith superb bunches sent to tr tN d dutante db dbutante dsbtante >
utante u tante and in J fact no flower towel ower fr rrthe frr frrthe tn tnthe
the White House conservatories f esed wev wevused N Nused >
used u sed except those upon tho table tabl PH PHwere iv ivwere iu iuere
were w ere ai aU pink plnkzoses roses The mantels mantelsstate mantebstate manteletate > ° =
state s tate dlninfroow InlnfrG tI1 where Jlero the tal tallaid tallaid talaid
laid l were boMd belll l with the same fr F e ePresfsilei tt ttPre
Pre Presfsilei > hittt C cLats ta t with Gaent GaentCapt Gue GueMaCapt u uCapt
Capt Bfl B a dr1 anrenced r need the the names namesguests nameguests e eueats
guests ueats jSf ttL 1 Hpencer Cosby mu4 mL41J mi u upresentuMK Lnen1tI
presentuMK 1J nen1tI en r 4 < Mrs Taft Mm Ta TaJlie a ana amad
mad na w VStatiOns tlaUQns to h t f f11t1
Jlie 11 J niBv tood on he la 1eAr ohjc i > i ihr >
his hr Ihiirlrl r and d bad s a pl pleaarn pleaarnor plea anv xi xifor
for f or 6HPT f wn wnMt t tM tMs
Mt Ms M a 1Hfx re a axracetuJgotnl graceful gown ff t tblte an anb1V tff tffblu
blu blte c 1 atm cto cloUr made over overaNt ci oiro oiroan No Noana
ana an aate IB ef the saw Sterno > shade the ti tlt tlttJ1b wijsboatfe < f fUi
tJ1b t Ui jsboatfe boAc d dnlshed with point 1ac 1 lace lacewoe f fwore i1Gre =
wore pavla dUa and diamonds abou abouj t tW rW4 >
j < W W4 H Sh Stt and her daughter as ashe Wl WlUk ss sstiw
tiw t he Fr P tosident i dent shook the hand o oguest Of Ofguest t e eguest
guest guestMiss guestMiss guestMiss
Miss Taft never looked better a ashowed ashowed ashowed
showed fthe the most remarkable pot potwell potwell potwell
well as cordiality Her gown gowndull gowndull v vdull
dull pink chiffon made in a drape drapocess drapectss f fCfSS
cess style with a sort of surplice surpliceIn
In i n the bodice which wag liandt liandtembroidered bandlembroidered handiembroidered
embroidered in beads of the same sameHer sameHer sameHer <
Her pretty prett brown hair which h htracted hitracted htracted
tracted so much admiration on all nilwas ac acva5 v vwag
wag dressed In a mass of soft puff puffshe puffshe L Lshe
she carried an armful of pink rose rosesAfter roseAfter roseAfter
After the long line of guests ntfrlwf ntfrlwfing n ntrterIng r r rf
ing f S close to 1500 had passed throuj h Sirceiving tf tfreceiving thf thfrfcelvlng <
receiving room and the Blue I Iirtr Iirtrtb Lsiit LsiitUili1ce i itlgnce <
tlgnce tb cc to the state diningroom ai ar1 1 1cmidor t tc t tC
cmidor c ides at their will Capt But B1r B1rcorted Butcorted i icorted
corted Mrs Taft to the dining OOL OOLwhere qyl qylwbere s swhere
where she stood chatting with f 1while a awhile
while she sh drank some hot ehocolat asI asIate R Id Idate I Iate
ate a light sandwich Miss Taft TaftmaIned f fmained ra ramained
mained in the Blue Room chatting ehattIn 1t 1tsome t tsome
some young girls and men willIE whUiPresident willIEPresident vw vwPresident
President circulated about amongguests amonrg1Jests among amontguests
guests in the corridor Red Parlor Parlordiningroom Parlordiningroom ii iidiningroom
diningroom diningroomServe diningroomSerc diningroomI
I Serve Frappe and Chocolatt ChocolattMrs ChocolatiMrs f fMrs
Mrs Beekman WInthrop and Miss MissBoardman 1lssoardmnn Missiloartiman
Boardman oardmnn sat at one end of the th table tableIn tableIn tablen
In I n the Slate late diningroom dispensing dispensingfrappe dispensingtrappe dispensingtrappe
trappe while Miss Colton sister of the thegovernor thegovernor thisgovernor
governor of Porto Rico and her house houseguest houseguest houseguest
guest Miss Uss Ide daughter of the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States Minister to Spain sat at the oppo opposite opposite opposite ¬
site end serving hot chocolate ch olate and coffee coffeeThe coffeeThe coffeeThe
The table was a very cry long one and had hadseveral hadseveral hadseveral
several large mounds of pink roses and andpink andpink andpink
pink shades on the candles A punch punchbowl punchbowl punchbowl
bowl was placed plnc d at t either end of the tharoom theroom ticroom
room roomMrs room11rs roomMm
Mrs Mm Winthrop was M very ry attractive In Ina Ina Ina
a gown of pale lavendor satin with em embroidery embroidery embroidery ¬
broidery In the same color on the front frontof frontol frontof
of the bodice and skirt Her hat was a amediumsized a ancdiumslzed amediumsized
mediumsized black one with black and andwhite andlte andniite
white lte plumes plumesTdiss pl1lmesMiss pliuneSMiss
Miss Boardman wore a superb gown Own of ofniarine ofmarine ofm7trine
marine blue satin with a tunic drapery draperyand draperyand draperyand
and bodice of net thickly studded with withtiny withtin withtiny
tiny tin steel beads and bands of silver em embroidery ombroidery embroidery ¬
broidery and silver fringe trln e Her hat was wasa wnsa waslarge
a large black net with long white feath feathers feathers tenthem ¬
ers em
ersMiss Miss Colton was one of the most beauti beautiful beauUful beautiful ¬
ful women at the reception and wore a aclosefitting nclosefitting aclosefitting
closefitting gown of tho palest pink with withembroidery withembroidery witheinbroitlery
embroidery of coral beads and an over overdrapery overdrapery overdrapery
drapery of sheerest blank chiffon Her Herhat Helhat Herhat
hat was of black with pink facing Miss MissIde M1S1Ide Misside
Ide was in black and and blue with a picture picturehat picturehat picturehat
hat of black velvet velvetVomen yelvetVomea velvetWomen
Women of the Cabinet Circle CircleThe CIrcleThe CircleThe
The women of the Cabinet circle who whowere whowere whowere
were In town circulated among the guests guestsalthough guestsalthough guestsalthough
although Mrs MacVeagh wife of the thoSecretary theS theSecretary
Secretary S creaiy of the Treasury remained for formuch tormuch formuch
much of the time in the cheery red par parlor parlQr parbr ¬
lor where a bright wood flvu t1y flyts burned in inthe Inthe inthe
the big bl fireplace She wore WOle wor a splendid splendidgown splendidgown 8phendldgown
gown of violet satin with a superb scarf scarfembroidered scartembrQldercd scarfembroidered
embroidered in silver Her hat was a acombination acombinatfQn acombinatlonof
combination combinatlonof of silver ar asni d violet violetMrs riolotMrs Iolet Iolet3IrlJ
Mrs Knox l nox wife of the th Secretary of ofState ofState ofState
State who was absent from the Cabinet Cabinetline Cabinetline Cabinetline
line at tho White Honse I1ouis all of last sea season sea60n seaOfl ¬
son Ofl because of mourning appeared appa red for forthe torthe forthe
the first time tirn at a reception there She Shewore SMwore Sliswore
wore black and gray grayMrs grayMrs grayMrs
Mrs Wickersham VJcker ham wife Ire of the Attorney AttorneyGeneral AttorneyGeneral AttorneyGeneral
General wore a brocaded velvet veh t gown of ofLondon otJondo1 ofJndou
London smoke with witha a large velvet hat of oftho ottho ofthe
tho same shade piled high hl h with feathers feathersto feathersto
to match Mrs Dickinson wife of the theSecretary theSecretary thesecretary
Secretary of War Yare was absent because of oftho otthe ofthe
the recent death of her son sonMrs son1m t tMrs
Mrs 1m Ball Dal1hlJ riper r wife wlrcot of the Secretary of ofthe ottho ofthe
the Interior is only Just on hor way to toWashington toVaabll11tcn toWashiungtcn
Washington from rom their home and Mrs MrsMeyer MrsMeyer Irs Irslfeyer
Meyer and her daughters dau hters the Misses MissesMeyer lIlsaeseyer MissesMeyer
Meyer eyer are only Just arriving from Eu Europe Europ Europe ¬
rope rop Mrs Irf Nagel wife of the Secretary Secretaryof
of Commerce Comm rce and Labor and her daugh daughter daughter daughIcr ¬
ter Miss Nagel N gel were there In charming charmingCoHtluHcd charmlngI charmlngCOHUUttcct ciurrningContinued
Continued outage on yage 5j ii Colifmn Col wn K L

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