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THE WASHINGTON W HERALD FRIDAY DECEMBER 16 1910
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III OPEN EVENINGS BEGINNING TONIGHT TONIGHTyc TONIGHTt
t UCAN 13 13ALWAYS
ALWAYS 515 515Today
Today Santa yc Claus IS US MA MAGNET G NE T DAY
MISSES AND ANDGIRLS ANDGIRLS
101 GIRLS WEAR WEARl WEARMAGNETS
l MAGNETS MAGNETSf
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SHOETOP DRESSES FOR YOUNG YOUNGLadles f fToadies
Toadies 10 to 15 years ears various shades and andmixtures andmlxturos 9 h5 Y
mlxturos 2 and 3 piece styles 15 value valDaMISSES valueMISSES 1 1MISSES °
MISSES DRESSES OF FINEST MA MAterials t tterialsbroadcloth
terials terla1sbroadcloth broadcloth prunellas and serges sergesfashionably sergestashlonably sergesfashionably 9 PO
fashionably made = 15 value Magnet price priceMISSES prIcelJOO °
lJOO CHILDRENS CARACUL AND CLOTH CLOTHCoats CLOTIICoats
Coats 2 to H years all stylish wen wenmade
made er garments t values are r s sMISSES and b9 5 500J 00
Magnet price priceMISSIES
MISSES AND SMALL WOMENS WOMENSCloth WOMENSCloth WOMENSCloth
Cloth and Caracul Coats 50inch 50inchMagnet 50Inchlength <
length 14 to 30 years Value i iFJUTE Is 580 580Magnet 14 95
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Magnet price priceWHITE priceWHITE
WHITE FJUTE CURLY BEAR BEDFORD BEDFORDCord BEDFORDCor BEDFORDCord
Cord Cor < 1 Heavy Cloth Plain and Fancy Mix Mixture Mtxture fi
ture Coats for clridren children 1 to 5 yoars all TI1 2 298 98
5 value valueMISSES valueMISSES valueMISSES °
MISSES WOOL DRESSES IN PLAINColors PLAIN PLAINColors
Colors checks and fancy plaids all sizes azes azesE 2 98
6 E to 14 years value is 5 Magnet price priceMISSES priceMISSES
MISSES LARGE SHOWN SABLE SABLEConey SABLECone SAB E EConey
Coney Cone Fur Muffs rich and pretty fur f fhave
have never been offered under = 5 Mag395 Mag Magnet Ms ¬ h 3 95
net price priceJ2 priceCHOICE priceCHOICE fP
CHOICE FRO FROM ALL THE CHILDRE CHILDRENS S
J2 3 Felt Bonnets and nd Caps red navy nav blue bluewhite bluewhite 98 C
white daintily trimmed tr mmed Special price
HOW ABOUT ABOUTAWAISTINA
A AWAISTINA WAIST IN A n n nBOX
BOX BOXDainty BOXDainty w
Dainty and Pretty White Waists Waistsjust just the theremembrance theremembrance theremembrance
remembrance any woman would appreciatePat appreciate appreciateput appreciateput
put up in a fancy gift box For Magnet Day Daythese Daythese Daythese
these prices pricesSI pricesI50
SI 150 50 Waists aiss I 98r 98rBlack
250 Waists e e 198 198Black 198Black
Black Satine WaLt CTiigiitUii Citigl C agh and Cham Chambray Chambray Chambray
bray Waists waists in neat checks and plain plaincolor plaincolor plaincolor
color materials all sizes Magnet Magnetprice Magnetprice 50
price pr e C CVarnens
Womens Sweaters warranted all wool all allwhite allwhite allwhite
white the sweaters priced everywhere every everywhere everywl ¬
where wl ere at 300 For the theMagnct Magnet sale salepriced salepriced fll 95
priced atSweaters at i fI fISweaters 1 1Sweaters
Sweaters for children and misses in white whiteand whiteand whiteand
and and gray grayprice heavy warm quality The Theprice 98
price prevailing is 150 Magnet Ma nct sale C
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L 101 A M MAGNET GROCERIES GROCERIESDelicious s
Delicious Sugarcured Suahr cured ed Hams small and lean leanat leanat
at the special Magnet Price of lb C
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Boneless Bacon BaconTable JJaQ n 2c
J Table Salt sack sackPure sackPure ok I 13e e ePure I
Pure Lard Iuh fUt lb pall pallShoe p < < 11 1 7rc 7rcShoe c cShoe
Shoe Pee Corn CornString 7l1c 7r e eString I
String Strln Beans can canMixed H H1ltxed aMtxed
Mixed Nuts 7 Ibs lb f1 1 Ib IbEnglish
English Englf h Walnuts aIJlutB lb IbFancy lie lieFancy 1SeFany
Fancy Seeded Seeded Ralslns lb IbCurrants 8t 8tCurrantl Sc ScCurrants
Currants 1lb package packageTable OI 10 10Table hoc hoc15c < < =
Table Raisins 1 lb IbBest lbBest 1ie 1ieBest
Best SOo Brooms tic
Granulatod Sugar 26 2 Ibs IbsPlllsburys 515 515Pillsburys I IPlll
Plllsburys Plll bury Flour bbl bblEarly 5lc 5lcEarly
Early Juno Pons PensStandard Be BeISc BeSland ScStandard
Standard Sland rd Tomatoes TomatoesArgo Tom ton jO 71hc 71hcrSO 7Y c cArgo
Argo rSO StaYch i iImported 3c 3cImported 3rcImported
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Imported Figs Fi Fig Ib IbCitron 16e 16eCitron tic ticCitron
Citron lb IbSalmon iscc ISc IScTfce 18csalmon
Salmon c lmon Steak can canQuaker Tfce TfceKe 7 c cQuakor cQuakor
Quakor Ota Oa a paekace paekaceVinegar package packageVinegar Ke KeSo Herlnegar
Vinegar qt bottles bottlesIfic So So10c Sclfic Se15c
Ific Toy Brooms 10c
Largo Sweet Indian RIver Florida Og Oranges soiling k at t 3 alb den dozeneverywhere
0 RAN G ES eyed everywhere Y per dozen only I 50 boxes not over 3 dozen to D a customer none d delty den18c 1 18c c III
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END LONG CRUSADE CRUSADEON ORUSADEi ORUSADEONBUCKET ORUSAESIIOPS
i
ON ONBUCKET BUCKET SIOBS SIOBSAuthorities SnORSAuthorities SIIOPSAuthorities
Authorities Raid Last of Big BigConcerns BigConcerns BigConcerns
Concerns in Chicago ChicagoChicago ChicagoChicago ChicagoChicago
Chicago Dec 15 I5Culmlnatlon Culmination of theFederal the theFederal theFederal
Federal governmonts nationwide nationwI do war on onbucket onbucket onbucket
bucket shops came in Chicago today The TheCapital TheCapital TheCapital
Capital Investment Company declared by bygovernment bygovernment bygovernment
government officials to be the last of the thebig thebig thebig
big bucket shops In the United States Stateswas Stateswas Stateswas
was raided and with Its thlrtythreo thirtythreebranches thlrtythreobranches thlrtythreobrnnchos
branches reaching into Indiana Iowa IowaMichigan IowaMI IowaMichigan
Michigan MI an Wisconsin Ohio and Missouri Missouriwas Missouriwas Missouriwas
was crippled crippledIt
It is the end of the bucket shop was wasthe wasthe wasthe
the statement of Charles F Do Woody Woodydivision woodydivision VoodYdivision
division superintendent of the Department Departmentof
of Justice in Chicago who engineered the theraids theraids theraids
raids raidsWith raidsWith raidsWith
With the descent on the theheod head concern concernin concernIn concernIn
in the Rookery building raids in four fourreputed tourreputad fourreputed
reputed branches in Chicago Cbl I ono in inJoliet InJoliet inJoliet
Joliet and another Jn n Aurora III were wereconducted woreconducted wereconducted
conducted simultaneously sfmultnnoously Twentyeight Twentyeightwarrants Twen Twentyeightwarrants yelsht yelshtwarrants
warrants had been be on issued by United UnitedStates UnitedStatos UnitedStates
States Commissioner Foote FooteOf FooteOf FooteOf
Of more than fifty persons por ons arrested In Inthe Inthe inthe
the Chicago Chlca o raids sixteen were held by bythe bythe bythe
the police who worked in conjunction conjunctionwith conjunctionwith conjunctionwith
with the Federal agents ents Several bave barebeen bavebeen bavebeen
been prominent t figures in La Salle street streetfor stroetfor streetfor
for years Others of the fifty Ct telegraph telegraphoperators telGlTphop telegraphoperators
operators op mtors and clerks wero allowed to go goafter goatter goafter
after being served with subpoenas subpoenasSldmon subpoenasSldmon subpoonasSidmon
Sldmon McHie who is credited by the thegovernment thegovernment thegovernment
government with being the brains of the theconcern theconcern theconcern
concern escaped arrest temporarily He HeIs HeI Heis
Is I in Florida Division Superintendent SuperintendentDe
De Woody wired to authorities there to toarrest toarrest toarrest
arrest him and started a It special agent agentwith agentwith agentwith
with the warrant wapantThe warrantThe waranL waranLThe
The specific charge against the defendy defendtee defend defendSpecial defendIt
y
tee
POaT IMM4r IMM4rBasket
It Basket of Wine WineWould VineAppreciated
Would 0 be e eSpecial Appreciated AppreciatedSpecial
Special Assortments Assortmentsas
as an Xmas gift by well folks as aswell aswen aswell
well as invalids Special assort assortments assortments assortments ¬
ments at special prices put up In Inan Inan inan
an attractive basket with handle handleA hanjJleA
A 6 half bottles assorted Sweet SweetWines SweetVines SweetWinos
Wines 200 200B 200 200B 200B
B 4 large bottles assorted assortedSweet assortedSeet assortedSweet
Sweet Wines WInosC x SSJJo SSJJoC 50 50C
C C 6 half bottles American AmericanChampagne AmarfcanChampagne AmericanChampagne
Champagne ChampagneD i 5 5D
D 4 large bottles assorted assortedWhiskies assortedWhlskiCii assortedWhiskies
Whiskies frl75 frl75E tFi75E oM oME
E 12 splits Mumms Extra ExtraDry ExtraDry Ex rDry
Dry Champagne 1000 1000Other 1000Other 1000Other
Other Assortment AI ortment to Order OrderOrder OrderOrder OrderOrder
Order now so that we can give It Itspecial Itspecial itspecial
special care before the Xmas rush rushP rushP rushP
P S SThe SThese Theae O baskets are for city citydelivery citydelivery citydelivery
delivery onlyTOKALON only onlyTOKALON
> TOKALON WINE CO
1405 F ST OUR NEW STORE STOREPhone STOREPhone STOREPhone
Phone Main 998
ants is using the mails to defraud The Thewarrants Thewarrant Thewarrants
warrants warrant were issued at the Instance of ofGeorge ofGeorgo ofGeorge
George Scarborough the special agent agentwhose age agentwhose t twhose
whose work led to the E J ScheftelB ScheftelBCo SchettelaCo ScheftelaCo
Co raids recently They were based basedupon bllSodupon basedupon
upon tha experience of A F Robinson Robinsonof
of Matteson Cook County Ill who whoclaims wheclaims whuclaims >
claims that the Capital Investment Com Company Company Company ¬
pany by means of letters induced him himto bimto himto
to speculate on the stock market and andwho andwho andwho
who declares that his trades were buck bucketed bucketed bucketed ¬
eted etedI
I ERROR COST FORTUNE FOETUNECourt FORTUNECourt FORTUNECourt
Court Refuses to Make Bequests BequestsRend DequestaRead BequestsRead
Read 25OOO OOO Each EncliMilwaukee Each111I EachMilwaukee
Milwaukee 111I wsukce Wis Dec 15 ISJudge Judge W H HHalsey IIHalsey HHalsey
Halsey in the Circuit Court refused to toI toadd toadd
I add three ciphers to the bequests to four fourj fourgrandchildren fourgrandchildren
j grandchildren of Mrs E P Allls widow widowof widowot widowof
of the engine builder who founded theAllisChalmers the theAlibiChalmers thbAutaChaltnirs
AlibiChalmers Company CompanyThe CompanyThe CompanyThe
The will as filed gives t ivee V6A four grandchil grandchilI grandchl1dren grandchlhdren
I dren 35 5 each but the members of the thafamilv th thfamllv thefamily
family admit that tho intention was to togive togive togive
give each child JSOCO 5000 and that the error errorwas ocrorwas errorwas
was one of carelessness carelessnessTho caro18ssnessTho carelessnessThe
Tho children are as follows Margaret MargaretWatson MargaretWatson MargaretWatson
Watson Allis Norris Milwaukee Edward EdwardPhelps EdwardPhelps EdwardPhelps
Phelps Allis A 1111 third and William Phelps PhelpsAllis PhelpsAllis PhelpsAllis
Allis Paris and Maud Alice Conway ConwayLouisville ConwayLoul ConwayLouisville
Louisville Loul vllle The case could have been beenwon beenwon beenwren
won easily ea fly by the heirs had it not been beenfor beenfor beenfor
for technical questions providing pr < widtng for the theadministration theadminlltmtlon theadministration
administration of the gifts by trustees trusteesOPEEATE truffteesOPERATE trusteesOPERATE
OPERATE ON GEN BOOTH BOOTHAged BOOTHAged BOOTHAged
Aged Leader L ndcr of Salvation Army Is IsEntirely IsEnilrcl IsEntirely
Entirely Enilrcl Blind BlindLondon DUnlLLondon BlindLondon
London Dec 15 I6Gen Gen Booth head of ofthe ot otthe ofthe
the Salvation Army will shortly undergo undergoan
an operation for cataract on his left eye eyeIt eypIt eyeIt
It will be recalled that although an anoperation anoperation anoperation
operation for cataract on his right eye eyesome eyesome eyesome
some time ago was temporarily success successful successful successful ¬
ful he eventually eventually lost his sight in that thateye thateye thateye
eye eyeThe
The growth 1Owth of a cataract on the other othereye othereo othereye
eye has since blinded him entirely He Hehas Hehas Hehas
has not seen for a long time the audiences audi audiences audiences ¬
ences he addressed addressedHe addressedHe addressedHe
He Is now eager to submit to another anotheroperation anotheroperation anotheroperation
operation believing that it will completely com completely completely ¬
pletely restore the tJhe sight of his left eye eyeCERISTMAS eyeCHRISTMAS eyeCHRISTMAS
CHRISTMAS SHOPPER ROBBED EOBBEBMrs ROBBEDIrs ROBBEDMrs
Mrs Irs E V Somers linn Pocketbook PocketiiookSnatched PocletbookSnatcbctl PocketbookSnalched
Snatched by ny Roman RomanWhile WomnnWhile oman omanWhile
While walking near Twentyfirst and 1 1streets 1I 1streets
I streets last night with her armS arm loaded loadedj loadedwith
I j with Christmas presents Mrs E W WSomera Wf WSomers
Somers of 421 G street northwest was wasi
f
i attacked by a negro woman who whosnatched whoI whosnatched
I snatched her pocketbook containing 25 25Mrs 25Mrs
I Mrs Somers appealed to the police of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Third precinct preci ct and Seat SeIs Evans Po Policemen PoCox Policemen ¬
licemen Cox ana ann an Marndie arrested a ft no negro noI nogrd ¬
gro gr grd woman answering the description in ina Ina ina
I a vacant alley near the scene of the rob robbery robI robbery ¬
bery beryWhen When taken to the Third precinct she shegavO she shegave shegave
I gave her name as Josephine Berry fifty flftynvo fiftyfive fiftyfive
five years old but denied any knowledge knowledgeof
I of the affair Mrs Somers positively positivelyidentified poaitivelYI positivelyIdentified
I identified her as tho woman who attacked attackedher attackedher attackedher
her The woman will be arraigned this thismorning thismornIng thismorning
morning on a charge of robbery The Thepocketbook Thepocketbook Thepocketbook
pocketbook has not been found foundMANASSAS foundMANASSAS foundMANASSAS
MANASSAS HOTEL BURNED BUENEDStructure BURNEDStrncture BURNEDStructure
Structure Is Destroyed D lltroy d but All the theGUCSK theGueHt theGuests
Guests E EscapeManassas Escape EscapeManossjis ape ape11an
Manossjis 11an OS1lftS Va Dec 15 I5Manaasns Manassas was wasvisited wasvisited wasvisited
visited by another disastrous fire at an anenrly anenrlyhour anearly
early enrlyhour hour this morning and within two twonojrs twon
nojrs n rs the therbeautiful Beautiful beautlCul Prince William Hotel Hotelwhch Hotolwhch Hotelwhet
whch was erected by the late millionaire millionairebrewer millionairebrewer millionairebrewer
brewer Robert Portner at a cost of
540000 40000 was In ashes ashesThe ashesThe ashesThe
The hotel which was built In 1905 1 was wassold wassold wassold
sold two years cars ago to the Eastern Col College College College ¬
lege which used the building last season seasonfor seasonor seasonfor
for or a ladles dormitory dormltor October 15 how however however however ¬
ever the hotel was wa was leased 1 levied ea eel to W IL ILLucas R RLucas RLucas
Lucas former tormer + proprietor of the Warren WarrenGreen WarrenGreen WarrenGreen
Green Hotel of Warrenton Warren ton and has since sincethat sincethat sincethat
that time been used as a hotel hotelFortunately hotelFortunately hotelFortunately
Fortunately all of the guests escaped escapedwithout escapedwithout capcd capcdwlLhout
without injury although many of them themlost themlost themlost
lost their baggnge bng baggger ge get
t r
INDIANA WOMEN OMBN ENTERTAINM ENTERTAINlflsical ENTERTAIN ENTERTAINMusical
Musical M sica1 and Literary Programme ProgrammeGiven ProgrammeGF ProgrammeGiven
Given GF len at Pythian Temple TempleLndiea TempleLaHes TempleLadies
Ladies Violin 101ln Orchestra and Quartet QnnrteiScore QuartetSore nnrtct nnrtcts
Score s re SacccNa and Rarponil Rarponilto RCJIIondto
to RumCrourfEncores RumCrourfEncoresLadies Aumerons Encores EncoresLadles EucoresLftdl
Ladles Lftdl of tho Indiana Society had hadcharge hadcharge hadcharge
charge of the regular monthly meeting meetingat
at Pythian Temple last night and an anelaborate anelaborato anolaborato
elaborate programme was renderedMiss rendered renderedMlas rendorodMIS18
Miss Kate Jate Curry fourth vice vh e president presidentpresided pjosldent pjosldentpro prosldentpresided
presided pro fded and had charge of the pro programme programme programme ¬
gramme which included selections by a aIndies aladie aladies
Indies orchestra of violins under the di direction direction dlrection ¬
rection of Mrs Rose Maxwoll Dickey DickeyThe DickoyTho DickeyThe
The members of the orchestra are Misses MissesNan MillSesNan MissesNan
Nan Dougherty Elizabeth Winter Ger Gertrude Gortrude Gertrude ¬
trude Murphy Pauline M Scott Kath Katlierine Katlerine Katherine
erine Rich Olive Budd Marguerite liar Hnrbers Harbers liarhers
bers arid and Amy Darte The ofchestra was wasat wasLt wasat
at Lt its best be t and was compelled to respond respondto
to numerous encores encoresThe encorosfhe encoresThe
The ladies ladl quartet composed of Miss MlasEdith 11lssEdith MissEdith
Edith Stowell Mrs Charles B Bayly BaylyMrs BaylyMra BaylyMrs
Mrs George S Lippitt and Mrs D DOlin 1 1Olin IOlin >
Olin Leech made a hit with their humor humorous humorOUIII humorous ¬
ous selections of Indiana songs Miss MissPearl MissPearl MissPearl
Pearl Waugh rendered a piano solo and andher andh andhqr
her h r playing showed the results of the thewelltrained thewelltrained thewelltrained
welltrained musician She was most mostheartily mosthoartlly mosthoarUly
heartily received and responded to an anencore anencore anencore
encore Miss MIs Grace footman rendereclT rendereclTcornet rendered renderedcornet a acornet
cornet solo in a a masterful fashion Miss MissIsabel MissIsabel
Isabel 1 > > abel Pechin scored in her child im impersonations imporsonatloni imporsonations ¬
personations personationsWhen porsonatloniWhen porsonationswhen
When the members entered the hall halllast hanlast haillast
last night they were presented with a alittle 0 0little alittle
little Christmas name card Following Followingthe Follo1ngthe Followingthe
the musical and literary programme the theIndies theIndloo theladles
Indies invited the members to the ban banquet banquet banquet ¬
quet hall is tho Pythian armory where wherethey wherethey wherethey
they served refreshments refreshmentsTho refreshmentsThe refreshmentsTho
Tho members then returned to the main mainauditorium mainauditorium mainauditorium
auditorium of the temple and tho ladies ladiessprung ladlessprung ladiessprung
sprung a surprise on the men when they theywore theywere theywore
wore given gen butter knives and peanuts and andrequested andr andrequested
requested r quOlilted to show their skill in carrying carryingthe carryingUte carryingthe
the peanuts on the knives around a aprescribed aprcltcrlbod aprescribed
prescribed race ra < e course This afforded a agreat aroot agreat
great root deal of amusement for the ladies ladiesThe ladlesThe ladiesThe
The next n Xt attraction was the old Hoosier Hoosiergame Hoosiergame Hoosiergame
game Going to Jerusalem This was wasfollowed wasfollowed wasfollowed
followed by a contest among the ladies ladiesPinning ladiesPinning ladiesPinning
Pinning the tail on the donkeyAfter donkey donkeyAfter donke donkeAfter
After tho gamesthe games the members enjoyed enjoyeddancing enjoyeddancing enjoyeddancing
dancing Arrangements are already un under undor under ¬
der way for the annual reception recept n to toSenators toSenators toSenators
Senators and Representatives which the thesociety theSociety thesociety
society will give at the Arlington in inJanuary inJanUllr inJanuary
January JanUllr
OBITUARYIra OBITUARY
lira Ira John E Hurst SrBaltimore Sr SrBaltimore SrBaltimore
Baltimore Doc 15Mrs 15 Mrs John E KHurst EHurst EHurst
Hurst srAdied sr died this morning of paralysis paralysisat
at tho Hotel Ho de la Vllle Florence Italy ItalyA ItalyA ItalyA
A cablegram announcing her death was wasreceived wasreceived wasreceived
received by her family about 10 oclock oclockthis oclcclcthIs oclockthis
this morning morningMrs morningIrs morningMrs
Mrs Irs Hurst was the daughter of Dr DrEphraim DrEphraim DrEphraim
Ephraim Bell a prominent resident of ofNew otNew ofNew
New Market Md where she 5 was born bornseventythree bornseventythree bornseventythree
seventythree years ago She was the thewidow thowidow thewidow
widow of John E Hurst the former formerhead formerhead orm r rhead
head of the wholesale dry goods and no notions notions ¬
tions house of John E Hurst C Co Cowhore Cowhore Cowhore
whore the memorable memora lc Baltimore fire of of1S04 ofJro4
1S04 had Its origin originBUxrnrd originBUxz originBlizzard
Blizzard BUxz rd in the Adlrendaclca AdlrendaclcaSaratoga AdirendackaSaratoga odlrendaclalSaratoga
Saratoga N Y DOc 15 I5The The lower lowerAdirondack lowerA
Adirondack Xtllrondllck A lrondack Region egion Is In the grip of a ablizzard abUzznrd ablizzard
blizzard which began today Over a afoot atoot afoot
foot of snow has fallen thus far and a afortymlio afortymilo
fortymlio northwest wind has drifted driftedon driftedon drifteden
on the roads and the trolley tracks to tosuch tosuch tosuch
such an extent that traffic has been beenseriously beenseriously n nseriously
seriously impeded In the suburbs suburbsFire suburbsFIre suburbsFire
Fire Wiping Out Village VillageFlint VIIJngFlint VillageFlint
Flint Mich Dec 15 lfiThe The village of ofNew ofNew ofNew
New Lothrop Lothr p Is being wiped out by fire firetoday firetoda firetoday
today toda according to meager advices advicesreceived advicesreceived advicesreceived
received here Telephone communication communicationwith comrimnlcaUon comrimnlcaUonwith communicationwith
with the town has been destroyed destroyedx
x
HAPPY DEMOCRATS DEMOCRATSDINE DEMOCRATSDINE
DINE AT WALDORF WALDORFSeveral WALDORFSeveral WALDORFSeveral
Several Governor Present PresentOthers PreseiitOthers
PleSent11 PleSent11Others
Others Send Se d Greetings GrreetingsFBESH GreetingsFRESH
I IFRESH
I II
FRESH FROM FIRING LINE LINEWilson LINEt LINEWilson I IVIIHon
t
Wilson and Harmon Among Those ThoseWho ThoseVho ThoseWho
Who Arc Unable io to Attend AttendDIx AttendDIxFoss AttendDixFoss Dix DixFoss
Foss Littleton and Orotliers the theSpeakers tileSpenker theSpeakersMassachusetts
1 11I1m
Speakers SpeakersMassachusetts MnNBUchuHcttH Man Calls CallsHimself CallsHimself
Himself 1I1m cll a Protectionist ProtectionistNew l ProtectionistNew rotectlonl t tNew
New York Dec 15 15Tho The National Dem Democratic Democratic Demoeratic ¬
ocratic Club gave a happy I toldyouso toldyousodinner toldyousodinner toldyouSodinner
dinner tonight in the grand ballroom ballroomof ballro m mot
of the Waldorf with governors and gov governorselect govI governorselect ¬
ernorselect ernorel t as the guests of honor Gov GovSanders GovSanders GovSanders
I
Sanders of Louisiana and Gov Crothers Crothersof
of Maryland and Govseloct Dix DI of New NewY6rk Nowy NewY6k
Y6rk y fk and FOBS Fa liJ of Massachusetts were weropresent werepresent werepresent
present Four other governorselect gov rnors lect who whowere whowore whowere
were down on the engraved invitation list listas listas listas
as special guests for one reason or an another another another
other were unable to attend But the thefour thetour thefour
I Isence
four missing guests gue ts explained their ab absence absenee ¬
sence in letters or telegrams pt iff f regret regretBut regretBut regretBut
But as Toastmaster Norman Nor n E Mack Macksaid MacksaId Macksaid
said after atertbe the coffee there therel thererwere were many manydistinguished manydlstlnsulshed manydistinguished
distinguished men present fresh from the thefiring thefiring thefiring
firing line The biggest blg oet hurrah of the thewhole thewhole thewhole
whole evening came from from the 800 or more rtorebanqueters morebanqueters morebanquetors
banqueters when the name of GovelectWilson Gov Govelect GovelectWIlson elect electWilson
Wilson of New Jersey JcrH wag mentioned mentionedWilson mentionedY1l1on mentionedWilson
Wilson Not Present PresentMr PrcsentMr PresentMr
Mr Wilson was w unable to be present presentbecause pr ent entbecause nt ntbeeauae
because of a conference with some mem members members mombore ¬
bers of the New Jersey legislature legi Jaturo at atTrenton atTrenton atTrenton
Trenton Judge Simeon E Baldwin gov governorelect go goernorelect governorolect ¬
ernorelect of Connecticut could not come comeinasmuch comeInasmuch comeInasmuchh
inasmuch as he was compelled to go to toWashington toWashlnSton toWashington
Washington to talk before a peace con conference conferonce conference ¬
ference laughter Govolect Gov olect Plaisted Plaistedof
of Maine telegraphed t earaphed that he was laid laidup laIdup laidup
up in bed and feared pneumonia Gov GovHarmon GovHarmon GovHarmon
Harmon was compelled to send regrets regretsThere regrotsThere regretsThere
There was laughter and also applause applausewhen applauswhen applausewhen
when Secretary Dunlap arose to say that thathe thathe thathe
he regretted that Judge Ju e Alton B Par Parker Parker Parker ¬
ker was suddenly called to Washington Washingtonand Wuhlngtonand Washingtonand
and sent his regrets Mayor Gaynor Gaynorcould GaIloreould Gaynorcould
could not be present pt Mt because his physi physician p11IIIciaft pltyslclan ¬
clan has toM tole him not to go out very verymuch veryInuch verymuch
much at night His name was greeted greetedwith greetedwitb greetedwith
with much applause applausePresident applauaePrQ applausePresident
President PrQ fdoftt John Fox also alaoicould coukl not at attend attend attend ¬
tend the dinner because of Illness But in inaddition inac1dlUon inaddition
addition to 0 the two governors IOV < < 1IOni and thetwo the thetwo Ul0two
two governorselect present at the guest guesttablo guestblo guesttablo
tablo blo wore Augustus Van Wyck Mayor MayorFitzgerald MayorFIUft MayorFitzgerald
Fitzgerald FIUft ra1d of Boston o toa Francis K Fondle Pandloton Pondloton Fondleton
ton Judge Henry BellI A GiWersteeve Charles CharlesFrancis CharlesFrancia CharlesFrancis
Francis Murphy Herman Ridder tile UieRight tileI theRight
Right Rev Mgr ar LAvelle Martin MartinLittleton MartinUttJeton MartinLittleton
I Littleton St Clair MeKelway Wlnfleld WlnfleldA
A Huppuch exGov David R Francis Francisof Francisof
of Missouri Commodore K C Benedict BenedictMorgan DenedietMorgtUl BenedictMorgan
Morgan J OBrien Judge P Henry Du Dugro DuIDO Dugre
gro Judge Edward B McCall McCal and Justice JusticeAlonso JusUcelon2lO JusticeAbase
Abase lon2lO G McLaughlm McLaughlmPropose McLaultltnPropolle McLaulInPropose
Propose Tafta Tntt afts IlealthWhen Health HealthWhen lIealthWhen
When the health of President PrOlll cnt Taft had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been proposed Mr Mack arose to 0 con congratulate eongratulfttc congratulate ¬
gratulate the Democracy of tho state tat and andnation Andnation andnation
nation on the splendid victory just won wona wona wona
a remark that won intense tnte applause Lot Lotme Lotme Lotme
me remind you however continued Mr MrMack MrMaok MrMack
Mack o ot your you 10 own responsibility On OnNovember OnNovember OnNovember
November S last lad it was ttjl UI to t the th people peopleand peopleand peopleand
and they made good Anplauso But Butvictory Butvletory Hutvictory
victory canfe because Elbe he people were werevoting woreotlng werevoting
voting men out of office and not because becausethey becausethey becausethey
they were voting us In Theyll vote us usout usout usout
out too unless we wake good our ourpledgee ourpledcos ourpledges
pledges pledgeeSecretary pledcosSecretary pledgesSecretary
Secretary Dunlap told t k1 of tho engage engagements ongngemen engagemenua ¬
men ments of the different governors who whowere whowere whowere
were unable to be present proaentThe pro presentTho at atrho
The speakers of the evening were Gov Goveloct Govelect Gevelect
elect Dix who spoke po on New York as asan asan asan
an industrial Indu trtal State Qoveleet Foes FoI on onTariff onTarIff onTariff
Tariff reform and Dd reciprocity Repre Representativeelect RepreJOIIlaUne1eet ReproyoetaUveeleet ¬
sentativeelect Littleton on Democratic Democraticopportunity Democro Deneoeratleopportunity tic ticopportunity
opportunity and Gov Go Crotbere of ofMaryland ortarylaad ofMaryland
Maryland on Tae Democracy of the theSouth thuSouth theSouth
South
CroiherH Is Applauded ApplaudedGov AIIllaudedGov ApplaudedGov
Gov Crothors arose to much applause applauseThe appausbThe applauseThe
The South he aasttrad a88tl his hearers will willremain wlllromaln willremain
remain DeraocraUo Democra + > the core as he heput heput heput
put It If the people want to elect electUnited GleetCnlted electLnited
United States Senators by direct vote votecontinued yotecontinued votecontinued
continued Gov Crothers let them do doit doIt doit
it and if t they want w nt to nominate candi candidates candldatOs candidates ¬
dates by b direct vote ote lot them do thattoo that thattoo thattoo
too The party must be with the peo people people peepie ¬
ple and give in them what they want That Thatis ThatIs ThatIs
is the only on 1 way By the Lxanocratlc 1Jom > cratlc party partycan partycan partycan
can how to succeed succeedI
I believe we Democrats won our
victory this year because the people peopleare peopleare I Iare
are inclined to our position on tho thoquestion thoquestion thequestion
question of the tariff The people ba balievo bolIevo behove
lievo that too many men in the national na national national ¬
tional House and in the Senate repre represent represent represent ¬
sent special Interests Applause Gov GovCrothers GovCrothers GovCrothers
Crothers concluded by giving some somegood somegood somegood
good advice to the Democrats present presentthe presentthe presentthe
the tenor of which was that from thj thjtime tbJ4I tbJ4Itime tltltime
time on the Democratic party muss be beconstructive beconstnlcUve beconstructive
constructive and and progressive progressiveMr
Mr Foss enthusiastic gratitude to toNew toN toNqw
New N w York and his reasons reas reasons ns for believing believingthat believingthat believingthat
that New York had much to do with withhis withhis withhis
his election to the the governorship ot ofMassachusetts otMassachusetts otMassacbusetts
Massachusetts were received with en enthusiasm enthusiasm enthusiasm ¬
thusiasm thusiasmIt
It Is with particular pleasuro Mr MrFos MrFoss MrFoss
Fos Foss said that I have accepted your yourInvitation yourInvUatJon yourinvitation
Invitation tonight I have had an un unusually unusually unusually ¬
usually kindly feeling for New Yorkers Yorkersever Yorkersever Yorkersever
ever since the election in November Novemberwhen Novomberwhen Novemberwhen
when you sent to Massachusetts your yourmost youtmost yourmost
most conspicuous con plcuous citizenfrom citizen from Oyster OysterBay OysterBay OysterBay
Bay Much laughter Ho rendered us usan usan usan
an invaluable service in the campaign campaignand campaignand campaignand
and competent authority says his visit visitwas visitwas visitwas
was worth 30000 votes Laughter and andapplause andapplause andapplause
applause In fact be helped us so sogenerously sogenerously sogenerously
generously all over the country that I Ithink Ithink Ithink
think he is entitled to honorary membership mem membership memobershlp ¬
bership at least Laughter Laughteri LaughterFops
i Vow Fo n Protectionist ProtectionistThe ProtcctfonbfThe ProtectionistThe
The governorelect then went on to say saythat S saythat Y Ythat
that his experience as a manufacturer manufacturerand manufacturerand manufacturerand
and employer of labor for thirty years yearssuggested yearssuggested yearssuggested
suggested to him tonight to speak from fromhis frombls fromhis
his experiences as an employer and man manufacturer manufacturer manufacturer ¬
ufacturer Mr Foss said in part partI
I am a protectionist protecUonlstln in a broad sense senseI
I believe in the principle and policy of ofprotection otprotoctlon ofprotection
protection I call myself a sane protec protectionist protectionist protectionist ¬
tionist I deplore the extent to which so sowise sowiso sowise
wise a policy has been debauched by self selfish selfish selfish ¬
ish interests I believe that protection protectionwithout protectionwithout protectionwithout
without reciprocity is indefensible One Oneis OneIs Oneis
is the compensatory policy for tho other otherMy otherMy otherMy
My advocacy of this kind of protection protecUonruled protectionruled protectionruled
ruled me out of the Republican party In InMassachusetts InMas5achu8etL inMassachusetts
Massachusetts yet these policies brought broughta
a plurality of more than 35000 over my raystandpat mystandpat mystandpat
standpat Republican opponents opponentsThe opponentsThe opponentsThe
The issue In Massachusetts at least leastMr 1 leastMr cast cast11r
Mr Foss continued was to bring the thegovernment theJrOernment thegovernment
government back to the people The Thespeaker ThPspeaker Thespeaker
speaker thinks that this can be done doneonly doneonly doneonly
only by eliminating all gobotweens gobetweensthe
the boss and his agents the caucus the thenominating thenominating thenominating
nominating convention and the lobby lobbyAlso Jobb JobbAlso hobbyAlso
Also our Senators must be more re responsive rasponslvo responsivo ¬
sponsive to the will of the people The Thespeaker Thespeaker Thespeaker
speaker said that the Senate itself must mustbe mustbe mustbe
be revised before we can get honest honestrevision honestrolsIDn honestrevision
revision of the tariff He continued continuedOut continuedOut continuedOut
Out Senators must be virtually elected electedby electedby electedby
by popular vote The direct primary and andthe andthe andthe
the election ele < tlon of United States StateS Senators Senatorsby Senatorsby Senatorsby
by the people will eliminate the lobby lobbyIt lobbyIt lobbyIt
It is up to our party to make good goodMust good31nst goodMust
Must Prepare for Next Election ElectionRepresentativeelect ElectionRepr05onttlv6Hlet ElectionReproeenttiveoloct
Representativeelect Martin W V Little Llttleton Littleton Littleton
ton early warned his audience that they theywere theyTore theywere
were all there to gloat but they must mustnot moatnot mustnot
not be n too cocksure cock uro simply because b cauae of oftho ottho ofthe
tho last election electionWe eJectionVe electionWe
We Ve must net dece deceive ye ourselves Mr MrLittleton MrLlttlatGn MrLittleton
Littleton warned with the belief that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the country has decided to be Demo Democratic D Democratic m10 m10crntlc ¬
cratic We Wo should rather reach tho conclu con conclusion conclU8on ¬
clu clusion on that for a time it has decided decidednot deeMedt deddsdnot
not t to be Republican In many man Instances Instancesthe tnata Instancesthe es esthe
the returns indicate Indicate simply a suspension suspensionof nakm nakmof
of judgment until some future time timeMr timeMr timeMr
Mr Littleton said Jd that it will not do dofor dofor dofor
for the socialradicals of the West to toregard toregard toregard
regard the recent election as an authority author authority authorIty ¬
ity to thorn to pick up again the dis discarded diaearded discarded ¬
carded and discredited programme of thedead the thedead thedHcl
dead past nor to accept It as a commis commission eommlsston eommisslon ¬
sion to experiment in chimerical theories theoriesor
or insist upon exploded doctrines Mr MrLittleton MrLittleton MrLittleton
Littleton admitted that the country will willwatch willwatch wqlwatch
watch us without great expectation of ofgood orgood ofgood
good but with a 0 friendly and patient patientinterest petlentIn patientInterest
interest In t ere 1 s sRevision
Revision of Tariff Needed NeededThe X NeededThe det1 det1The
The question qUe JUon of revision and adjust adjustment adjustment adjustmoat ¬
ment of the tariff is foremost said Lit Littleton Littleton Littleton ¬
tleton a ft question that t should in the fu future Cuture future ¬
ture always be the first iir > > t concern conc rn of all allintelligent aUInfeWgent anin
intelligent InfeWgent in etllgent men Something must be bedene bedene bedone
dene whereby the tariff should be taken takenfrom takenfrom takenfrom
from its present nt position Just now Its Itsposition IUltJon itsposition
position ltJon is teat t1 at if you treat it at All yen yeninjure yealajare youInjure
injure business because b caUH of the fears of ofbusiness ofbualnou ofbusiness
business men and if you dont treat it itat Itat itat
at all you OU injure the consumer If the theparty theparty theparty
party can establish a rational and im impartial ImpftrtJal impartial ¬
partial method of dealing with the big bigquestion bigquestion bigquestion
question from time to tune the tariff tariffthen tarltrthen tariffthen
then will come eo e to be a political scare scarecrew scuecrow scarecrow
crow at each session of Congress CongressGovolect Congr CongrOOBlect CongressGov
Gov Govolect elect Wilson U80n of New Jersey sent senta
a letter which said In part partSo partSO partSo
So far it would seem as If we had hadtried badtried hadtried
tried only stimulation and development developmentin
in our effort to serve the Union We Wehave Wehave Wehave
have tried the building up of great Inter Interests IDtorts intercots ¬
cots ts through fostering them by favoring favoringprocesses favoMngprocoucs favoringprocesses
processes of policy and of legislation legislationWe legtaltJone legislationWe
We e have assumed amed to let all the great greatforces lreatfOIC greatforces
forces fOIC S of the he nation loose l00 e upon a deserted desertedfield deeertedfield desertedfield
field It remains to attempt readjust readjustment roadjuatment readjustment ¬
ment reaccommodatlon the creation c oaUon of ofa ofA ofa
a common interest both in our con consciousness consclousnCllli cones ¬
sciousness es and in our legislation legislationI
I Xo > o Special Interests InterestsSome InteretIISome InterestsSome
Some part of what we must do Is Isclear i iclear isclear
clear and though it must be stated in invery Inery invery
very ery general terms It Is none the less lessdefinite lessdefinite
I definite on that account In the first
TAILORING TALKS TALKSBY
BY J FRED GATCHELL
928 Fourteenth F Street
There are retwo two ° things certain certainas certainacs
acs as the coming of the new year yearYou yearYou yearYou
You are going to have some fororal for formal formal ¬
mal calling to do d on New Years YearsDay YearsDay YearsDay
Day and theres sure to tob be somefunction some somefunction somefunction
function or other youll want toattend to toattend toattend
attend in the evening eveningYou eveningYou eveningYou
You know what they call for fora fora
a Doublebreasted Frock for the thedaylight thedaylight thedaylight
daylight affair and Full Dress or orTuxedo orTuxedo orTuxedo
Tuxedo for theevening thc evening occasion occasionIt
It isnt a question of choice but butarbitrapy butarbitraw butarbitrapy
arbitrapy good form that none noneof noneofus of ofus ofUs
us can afford to transgress transgressIf
If you havent these garments garmentstheres gannentstheres garments garmentstheres
theres just time enough for us to toget toget toget
get them out in good shape for foryou foryou or oryou
you And they want to be made
I
in GOOD SHAPE too They fheycannot Theycannot Theycannot
cannot be slighted nor guessed guessedat gt esscd esscdat
at at THEY MUST BE MADE MADERIGHT lYIADERIGHT MAD1RIGHT
RIGHT t EVEN TO THE THESMALLEST THES THESMALLEST
SMALLEST S IALLEST DETAIL DETAILAs DETAILAs DETAILAs
As I have said before the Dou Doublebreasted Doublebreasted Doublebreasted ¬
blebreasted Frock and the Full FullDress FullDress FullDress
Dress are a e special hobbies of MrVan Mr MrVan Mryan
Van Dorens Jfhe If he does one thing thingbetter thingbetter tilingbetter
better better than another its the grace graceand graceand graceand
and style he puts into these gar garments garments garments ¬
ments mentsIf mentsIf mentsIf
If I can get your measure with within withi within ¬
in i theiext the ext day or two you can canget canget canget
get the th Suits in time for the first firstI
I think I have already told you youmy youmy youm
m my Y Full Fulland 11 Dress Suits begin at 45 45and 41and
and Tuxedos at 40
TO Pi HE CONTINUED CONTINUEDPRACTICAL CONTrNUEDDD
DD L OOH T R REl D D DD DDD
D PRACTICAL GIFTS GIFTSGifts D DGifts UiftS
Gifts iftS Acceptable Accep table to Every One OneThere OneQJ
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There never was a better gift than a aBag a arp1 aBag
rp1 P Bag or Suit Case We have them in all allstyles rp1 rp1styles LJ LJIHl P
styles but for today only we weare theU
ii are going to offer all of oura our ouri rw
IHl H 50
> a i s9 9 9SO and 51000 1000 Bags and andH 8 I 6Suit
r4l H Suit Cases jn bl black ck brown brownand br wn wnand fi1 fi1and
and russet at atthis atfM1 atRemfmbcr
Rfmfmbfr this Factory to You price holds good all aUday day dayand daylvi
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lvi and today todR only onlyTOPHAMS
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place we must Insist at every stage upon upondiscovering upondblcoverfng upondiscovering
discovering what the facts are and J1d what whatinference whatInteren whatinference
inference Interen can be justly ju t1y based upon them themWe themWe themWe
We must mu t do this by thorough debate in inour Inour inour
our legislative l lativo bodies and out of them thempublic thempublic thornpublic
public debate debatedobate debate extended to all allciasaes allc1 allclasses
classes c1 of society the complete uncover uncovering uncoveriog uncovering ¬
ing of the element f we have to deal with withWhenthat withwhen
Whenthat when 11enthat that process proce s has gone far enough enoughto I
to create public opinion every step wetake we wetake wotaka
take must be grounded upon that opin opinion opinIon opinion ¬
ion not upon what special interests urge urgeout urgeout urgebut
out upon what the common thought com comprehends comprehends cornprehends ¬
prehends and approves It is no small smallmatter smallmatter maUmaUcr
matter to create public opinion of thegarden the thegarden theKarden
garden sort and when it is created it itshould ItsboQId itshould
should govern absolutely absolutelyBroken ablOlutolynroken absolutelyBroken
Broken Broken promises and extravagance extravaganceon
on the part of Republican leaders is the theanswer theanswer theanswer
answer to the last Mt election according to toGov toGov toGov
Gov Harmons letter of regret which whichsaid whIchlaid whichsaid
said in closing closingI
I join with the other recently chosen chosengovernors chosengovernors chosengovernors
governors ih ft tho assurnnep assurnnc that by no nofailure notaJlure nofailure
failure or flinching on our part to do our ourduty ourduty ourduty
duty as it shall be given us to see it itshall Itsban itshall
shall the party which nominated or the thepeople thepeople i ipooplo
people who elected us have reason TO Son to re reI rogret regret
I gret their choice choiceBAN e1oleeBAN chokeBAN
BAN ON ANNAPOLIS HOTEL HOTELNnvnl HOTELXUTt HOTELNaval
Naval Academy Aendem Board Finds Find Place PlaceWhere PlaceVb PlaceWhere
Where WhererLiquors Vb ere liquors Ilquor Are ere Sold SoldSpccwl SoldSi1ecia1 SoldS
S Spccwl ccI to The lW Wsu Washington tnetoe HeraW HersldAnnapolis HeraWAnnapolis UerL11Annapolla
Annapolis Md Dec IS liThat That midship midshipmen midshipmen midshipmen ¬
men have lave found It an easy matter to toprocure toproeure toprocure
procure intoxicating liquors in Annapolis Annapolisand Annapolisand Annapolisand
and that the proprietor of one place In Inparticular Inpartleular inparticular
particular had told them he always stood stoodreedy stoodr stoodreedy
reedy r ltdy to supply their wants are two twoimportant twoimportant twoImportant
important points developed by the special specialboard specialboard specialboard
board of naval officers detailed by Supt SuptBowyor SuptBowyor SuptBowyor
Bowyor a few days ago agoThis a agoThis o oThw
This board was appointed to probe one onespecific onepecUlc onespetdfc
specific ease of a midshipman who wasfound was wasfound wasfound
found in an intoxicated intoxicated condition on Sat Saturday SatWday Saturday ¬
urday afternoon last The name of this thismidshipman tillsmldahlpQ1an thismidshipman
midshipman has not been divulged by b the theauthorities theauthorttle theauthorities
authorities The board not only made out outa outa outa
a clear case cas east against him but as was expected ex expected expected ¬
pected the drink question was gone into intoin Intoin intoin
in a general way and as a result much muchevidence muchevldeooe muchevidence
evidence was adduced along the line Indi Indicated indicated 1mBcated ¬
cated aboveIn above aboveIn ahoeIn
In consequence of the t e boards report reportthe reportthe reportthe
the Naval Academy AOhd r authorities today is issued issued issued ¬
sued an order blacklisting the one oneplace oneplace oneplace
place which Is a wellknown hotel Fur Furthermore Furthermore Furthermore ¬
thermore officials state that the proprie proprietor proprietor proprietor ¬
tor will be prosecuted in a civil court
REVEALS BLACK HAND CRIME CBIMEAnonymous CRIMEAnonymous CRIlhTAnonymous
Anonymous Letter Aida Aid Italian Po Police Police Police ¬
lice in Making Arrest ArrestRome ArrestRome ArrestRome
Rome Dec 15 15An An anonymous letter letterhas l letterhas tter tterhas
has led to tho discovery of bloodstained bloodstainedclothing bloodstainedr bloodstainedclothing
clothing broken Knife blaaae and dag daggers daggers daggers ¬
r gers which were hidden on the seashore seashoreat
at Petlaro p naro and the arrest of a notorious notoriousmember notoriousmlUbcr notoriousmember
member of the Black Hand named At Attina AtUna AtUna
Una who is 1 charged with the murder murderof mWderot murderof
of the Forest Guard Rugolino his wife wifeand wileand wifeand
and six children in September last lastThe lastfhe lastThe
The police had abandoned their Inves Investigations Investlgatlo investlgations ¬
tigations tlgatlo s into the he crime being convinced convincedthat convinceolthat convincedthat
that It would be Impossible to capture capturethe capturathe capturethe
the murderer in view of the protection protectiongiven protectiongien protectiongiven
given him by the Black HandThe Hand HandThe HandThe
The letter which denounces other othermembers othErmembers othermembers
members of the Black Hand for whom whomthe whomthe whommthe
the police art are now searching was ap apparently app1lrently apparently ¬
parently written by a member of the thesociety thesocIety thesociety
society who Is seeking personal revenge revengeGTJEESA revengeGUERRA revengeGUERRA
GUERRA KTilfATNS JfF1 A PiS A MENACEPresident MENACE MENACEPresident MENACEPresldent
President Gomez Fears Trouble In InPltiar inP1unr inPinar
Pltiar del Rio Province ProvinceHavana ProvinceHav ProvinceHavana
Havana Hav J1 Dec 15 1Gen = Gen < en Guerras In Insistence Insistence insistence ¬
sistence upon resigning rather than to togo togo togo
go on a foreign mission is causing great greatuneasiness greatuneasiness greatuneasiness
uneasiness President Gomez realizing realizingthat realizingthat realizingthat
that if Guerra retiree and settles tt11 among amonghis amonghis amonghis
his friends in his home in Plnar del Rio Rioprovince Rioprovince Rioprovince
province he will be a constant menace menaceSenor menaceSenor menaceSenor
Senor Machado achado the new secretary of ofgovernment otgovernI1nt ofgovern
government govern nt was sent to Camp Columbia Columbiatonight C Columbiatonigh lumbia lumbiatonlgh
tonight to endeavor to prevail on Guerra Guerrato Guerrato
to withdraw his resignation r signation and go goabroad goabroad goabroad
abroad abroadThe abroadThe abroadThe
The Senate has secretly adopted a a res resolution resoluUon resolutton ¬
olution not to confirm any diplomatic or orconsular ltrconsular orconsular
consular appointments while Senor San Sangully Sangully Sangully
gully remains as secretary of state state2HAYOE stateMAYOR stateMAYOR
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smoldering embers of the blase which whichdid whichdid whichdid
did J30000 30000 damage Tuesday TutSda night cost costthe costthe costthe
the life of Mayor Collis McDowell McDowellMayor McDowelJMayor McDowellMayor
Mayor McDowell was killed by a f fail tattIng failing ail ailing ¬
ing chimney while directing the fight fightagainst tightagainst fightagainst
against the flames Charles and Alfred Alfre1Fisher Alfrfo1Fisher AlfredFisher
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