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jISTMAIN jISTMAINTHq OUR1SIMASINT0W1
THE THq T0W1 JULY 1 1Many LY LAND LARDMany
Many any Traveled Tt volcd From Europo and andAmerica nndAmorlon andAmerica
America to Colobrato It Itt Iti1F I IIIE
IIE CI1UJw11iF CJIUIWII L1B1TJILFU1EE L1B1TJILFU1EElI 1trlllI IIEU IIEUWill
UrllllUlUYlllumIUlhd jlrlIflt1tIr 1IIIIttiIiiiIed4 1IIIIttiIiiiIed4erlCeI tho thoService Ilialerlce
Will t lI
Service Hclntt lIellllllllot flo 1IONL t Kokiun Kokiunimpressive ljolClI1IIAlld oIctiiiiMitt
Mitt impressive impressiveKW juir IVO IVOJ1I
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NeW York Y ° Dec SO 2 2OU Th World prints printsruwoni printsR
ruwoni rub1t m from romlothlohom Itothlohom showing showingim
1 im manner In li vrHMIi Vhl h ChrliitmaB eve OV ana 11111CltrlMll1IUIi I1flI I1flIChrptflIa
STrons the CltrlMll1IUIi day wwo this year Mr celobiat celobiatHoly celolJlllte
I3 III the Holy Lud I It1 Aaordln totho tothofrom to the thodllpaldl thedIpLttclI
e
from Dithloho tho s slty < y WUH WUHIr WIlRtltllr VUMiar
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iar Ir Uw ftlr chill Ort tt tho day boforo boforofhrbmwH botoroChrl boforoCI1rI3tflflH
tltllr At an early eMI Hour our eiowdi eiowdimmuiud clowdstuPlIeIlCl11 erowdcuflmeWLd
fhrbmwH Chrl IIIII1H
mmuiud to stream rQAJI in from Joniio Joniioha Jeru Jerukni n n1ePl i
ha ana other towns Many unvoted unvotedfrom trvelelltrom tvoIefrom
from iun l uopo > ° < 8 aqlllo < lmo ovtn fr tlOIl ° m Amer1 Amer1Tho Alnerlca
Tho Kuroiieun costume mingling minglinguh
ca
iith uh tlio bright hrllJhtorlelltnl orliiitnl dromes mud mudh mtHhlthl niath1h
vorled nnd nn Vivid with colors colorsuhlle culorhlle ouiorhiI6
thl h jccne
uhlle hlle in the throng were seen IICel1lnlllY many fair fairLMI talrta ftrtatcd
LMI ta tatcd cll itoiliieltoM women At A t the Clmicli Clmicliit
it Nativity at Bflthlohoto tho Lu Latini LuIn LutifiL
C tin
G the UtcekH and 1111 the Armenians ArmeniansIh ArmenianstllllI
tini In
but tho thoceremonies thoccr thucCrm0flt0
Ih tllllI nava n place of worship
which attracted the thou thou6f4nll thouflth
ceremonies montell
ccr tho Catholic Culhollcchurlll CtUhoilochurh
S 6f4nll flth Uic wore those at
churlll ffn Throughout the morning morningno lIIurnlngcrowds morningrwwtIa
U llocKed to the tnavnUlconi tnavnUlconiChurih mnuulUcomChurch znnin1hIewitChurch
no Church crowds < of time Nativity Inc1vnlnc thu thurave Ihucave thocave
rave beloved by many mLn wcholais cmoIam to b bim bll bllIhe bthe
cave im actual tlrthpliico birthl > IaCO or Christ It was wusbrUUfLntly wasbrflhftntly us usiSS
the
brUUfLntly iSS II llIutn illumnlriatetL lilrthlIlCU umlrmUl nutl11 During tlio uf nftenoomI
8 a inultHudo of pcop poolJlo o crowded crowdedhe
1 tenoomI he nwn Trent great otUare fronting the church churchcovering churchcaverlnll church1cuverlmg
1M
covering the housetop on every side sideThe sIdeTM sWeThu
The iroCSBton then ftPTOd nPIJarellthe the pa patrwVhs IlaIrltlrd1B Ifltrirh1s
trwVhs Irltlrd1B sorted CSI orted by Turkteh Jurltl h aoldUii aoldUiiMereiled BolIJlelsprecede suithiers1recedci
Mereiled precede by b tho IcnwtiHBCH or 0 olHUat olHUatnurd omclalguarll ofliolalgimrd
and convent convelli1I1I1lIl1eln conventdrautviflfT
nurd of the he patrlnicbs
Sdundnff 1I1I1lIl1eln to the church PoUoivlmj PoUoivlmjtho
Ibo merdotftl ptocesslon cnmo lint of oftil ofIhe ofthe
til the French consul and his aLan In uni uniform unltorlll tmmmlferal ¬
form with nn nllescort escort of mounted guardH guardHhe
he taking precedent as nJj Npreocl1t1ng Npreocl1t1ngirance > reai > ntli > B BFrance
France the rtcognlzotl KUiudlun gUl dlun of ofutholo otl1lholO ofLathohlO
utholo intervals In tub thb1l0lr Holy IIOl Land LandAllowing lnnlrolloWlng tuniyohIoWlng
Allowing rolloWlng his hi onty Into Int tho church churchtttno churchtuno phurehujamne
tttno ths th beautiful li service of o visperfl visperflnd VCHperAII1Id vespsrud
II1Id nd the benediction Jn u the cvonlMR cvonlMRUwrburch conluGthe
Uwrburch the church was wa never without HH ltllerowU ltllerowUIr crowd crowdAt crowdof
Ir Morippra Moripprawere At 11 1 oclock c1 k matins matinswtre biutinswere
were aune aUn and ft few minutes mln t s before beforemidnight betart111ldnfght beforoIdn1gh
midnight Idn1gh all was hinihod Tho j hl1tl t on tho thottroke thoIroke thioetroke
ttroke i ot th the < hour the dloila iiroso iirosoall ttrmealt
all kneeling In profound adoration ndorn tlcn to tourtcf tomhet tou9hcf
urtcf In Christmas inoinlug inoinlugImmHIatelj nolllllGImmedlalely nornhumgmunedIatey
ImmHIatelj aflenvdrd tho patriarchs patriarchsuM vntrfllchtllIcend pntrnjohsu3c5ndd
uM lIcend ndrd d the hl high h nltar and commenced commencedto
to celebrate hiGh mass Thenceforward Thenceforwardthroughout rhencctorwatdhroUghout ihiencctorwardhrovghout
throughout 10 ChrlBtmaa Chrl tmllu day ay every altar altarin
in D the th sacred edifice WAil occupied by byprlojts byprlot byriemtS
prlojts saying masses mn8 M Many d tavrttoes tavrttoeswho v vOtees vOteesvho tfls tflsho
who ho took their placc at 10tfcloclc 10tfcloclcon
on Christmas evening Ucpt th their r vigil vigiluntil vigiLuntil lgII lgIIunlit
until 11 oclock on Christinas day anx anxious anxlous auxbus ¬
ious not to miss ono moment nlOmolltcJt of the thecertmonles theceremonies theceremonies
ceremonies on the theBlto slto of tho birthplace birthplaceof
of Christ
ChristIIAXNA 1IAXNA oFMKItfLCV oFMKItfLCVTbo ON MmNU MIcIrcrcvhc Y Yrbo
Tbo hc Sonntor Given G OlvesSon1L Sonm Homlnlic Homlnlicccuccs Rcmlnlcell ficini nis nisceuuceothi
ccuccs cell ceuuceothi cot o tho tbAldtQ Iiatq president presidentNew Jrclll IresltIttnew ol olNew
New ew York Dec JO 261n In ti t coiiyrlRhtod coiiyrlRhtodtrine OpyrJRhtolliltUII
trine In tho National NutlonIlIMttgnzIM Magazine Unit United ¬
ed Biates atea 8 jtnator < nator Mark Hanna ot Ohio Ohiowrites Ohiorites Ohiowrites
writes at length I nth concerning the thelnte thelntePrel1dcnt into latoPreildcnt intoPremident
Preildcnt William McKlnloy lfcllnloyln in con conclusion on onelusIon onelusion ¬
elusIon the writer gives tho Hollowing Hollowingpersonal tollowlngt foflowingerona1
personal t onal reminiscences reminiscencesI
HI I Imcm of nothing In nil history that thatcan thatcan thatcan
can compare with the splendid climax climaxand tllmaxan
and an ending ot this noble life Ono of tho thoI thoaweetest thesweetemt
I sweetest consolations that come to mo mor <
r la 3 the memory that on Tuesday Tuesdaypreceding Tuesdayprecodlng Tuosaylrecoding
preceding hIs death ho asked nskcdtoace to ace n nnewspaper nnewspaper anovspaper1
newspaper and when lie ia was told tolllnot tolllnottoday not nottoday nottoday
today ho asked Is Mark hero hor01 Yes YesMr YesMr YesMr
Mr President1 was tho response and In Inthat IIi IIiIhnl Inthat
that one sweet last remembrance rcmembr noo was wasilih WIJIIb WasU
U ilih II reward for the th years ot rtovotlon rtovotlonhii l1ovotlonWhllh tovotlonsvhih
Whllh hii h it had ha always been my pleasure pleasurej
j to give him Theme was nothing In tho thoexpresjion thoexpression theexpression
expression of his face or manner do donoting donOllng donoting
noting exultation over his victory vlcrtJrywhen vlcrtJrywhenII when whenIt
It xvas announced nnnoullr d that the was elected loct t
President Ho seemed soemedtorenlltc to renllie rentliefully fully
the ia eared > red responsibility rcsl10n lbl lty placed upon
him and an the nulct dignity thignlynnd nnd welf f1hlt mieItpos mieItposroeslon lt POll poaf POllFoul
f Foul roeslon 8lon on whii whklt h marked tho man then t f1h en and andIn an
In days utter were ere lust what hat Ills per pertonl perlonal percanal
canal fiends frlendsexpecloc expoctud poctiv of ofhtm Itim rho firSt llratuay
uay da I greeted him after ho was Inau Inaugurated Innucurlll IflLtUgtmrat ¬
gurated curlll at tho Willie House IIQu e In Inthe Inthecaur the theft thec0ijrs
caur ft of o conversation I Inadvertantly Inadv rtantlY
called him major nnd governor g vemor and andwhtn andWhen
When I stopped to correct myself ho
would say S3 Each E1 1t ono Is fitting CttlngIxn CttlngIxnnot i Im
not particular which whichSteeple whichSleello whichSteeple
Steeple sToLutiyhe Too tnwlcr Lawler Dead DeadYork DMIINew fleatiNew
New York Dee 28Steepl 26Stoepte Joe Joer
tnwler r thi original orlgnIIlllteoplo steeple climber IH
IleM ttd at Qournir hospital Lawlcr Lawlcrw
wal W o years w of ° r ole anti during his tlmo tlmoMpl
as n 8Iefpl Mpl ink probably ascended
rn mrs re e gteepiPg etep and tutored more pupils
In n i his hl H dangerous trado
thnn any man
intnr In Ihp c lutitrv CttUlJlry Lawier was originally
ft member > r ot t th 1M t llto ilr department 11e l1rtl11ont nail It Itll
vne ns In Ihe t ll anln nlng he received as n nhl
n pman thll th hI dmloped his ability abilityhi
ns Je her a of steep the hlaM hi latIdr climber imbr While ° n n161
r company he made a atldlni
r tlno rPrrd rord oC Ar Rc tiding ovc over 128 > 28 f fct ct ctnnw In a
over to u10 mlnulc8 Ltlwlt Ltlwlttl < WtUI tUI
s cent nnw nl
tl rtrr rtrrushmit throughout ° ushmit the ti country by tho tholo
orrilnlil drrat
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pfr Perform orm i Ion 11 daring darnRn tents nLhla
traIe
trde of SI 1IIg lh h
W 1111 bti llIe otblilldfnS9 of
mlron ml h IP 1 Uq 11 I Fim P Iranclsccf rnnclse nclsea on n thin thinmnrrlod
Cl0 In h ir met and mnrrlod mnrrlodof
bA1 fleo 11111 On e Levlr nn aPS afrc lie nUdCtl the
thp
dom to or or thc fla flOgRtnrt tn of the theullz
of ofV u n
tlms tin h luh Pulmzr ullz I1 r buildIng Idlnu live tlvcj lI
t thousanj 01Jsln slolnA I j j In the thonlr nl air whS while hllo
WIlI I nlln u oC prO npi lr r > below Watched Wl atchedwork11 I cht
Ih V and Jr3cp II worked work ell nt old Trln Trlnllelped
1imui Inna andon on tbr hp chlllrhlS helped helpclI1aCQ plnco plncoV1111
towr <
of
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ngl 11M brlnIII1I lfd the Preliminary PreliminaryP pr hlrninur
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Porto orto w nllJ nllJe RILMST1htj1t 1 e ntst military Utary bridge Jn Jnfnni I InSTFtIIAU
nSTFtIIAU 1tOyM AJJ liA1JAOId liA1JAOIdU111 piti1Acitriin
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or r I trlnp nr to Inn8111rltl h hlr project projrott1
t1 ehy 1 Y oC Amsterdam
mu Ih thn Dam nays a atovthe nnnl
fnni nnl n fbi fbiTH t rl1 rhp nO flgume 1I1 tovthe totit9 Jour Jourl Jourhn1 JOllrTI
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tit thv 111U 1a11t 1 t I1l1alltt 1eadtttt ir ftlrll rs Of Ofhtll p
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e H htll < r h his 18 reNld reeIdene ncl o thero theroremained I
AII A t rt11 11 NI > remained the thet
t1 11 1 nn 111j i ihv t j it lolhf hI sovereign sov clgn of ofm ofllowover
Ii I e t I however
hv I h hr I 11 rnre rnreuo
tbtlt h m IUn uo < n Lcnrnlnp L arnlnlt
II ° r 1 thoUt 01U to bJ b ak
r H Hin l asked kM l ln
ln I J Ilil Hn n L list n Mw J wtClwn town
no 1 hllI < 1 do
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1111 In r L I DJESEBET EVENING EVrnNI1fElJSEWSI NJOTOi T TI unSDAY 1l1rJ1nM1Hnn
IJ of f W Imter UIII It over to lilt ltuthnrlU
l11tttor hnB o1Jl Her ntUQII n floit III tI
ot Atnstmll1hl Atnstmll1hlfil1al11sh grMt11 IMn plOased CI1 the IICbj
H fil1al11sh > iil li HIUU
H1u HEiuutuItOu ttc In LA q o ONfl n ni
Ish Jnckao1lIle yin Deo2GrhoSI1 Dec
S1unlho bn
IOVerlllllcllt tho th Islall1 or A C4 Th
mOUlh oC the reerVI11oll II near tlr tlin th
l leave uve i there ctlftrlotte river must II1U
It
the hn treasury Jnh8re al 0lco under > rdlms rd s from fromrif
rif CUtteR H iiuryt8nrtm UI1I111110n 11 ISIartflOflt llortrnent nt Tl The rev rllnu nun nunr nunond
8tlf111 the l island acting Ul1d Ubder > r orll orders rs
lnhd
r 1 B Von n laqt weel1 sek anti ondrJ LI LIttt IIl
rJ Dllllkcllelt
rel1 > n the 10 lalll > d 1 IIIld lld l III iiy
VifL 111 UllIlnatul11 llllnal
to the
rulo muaitini MqUatl
Veto 9r nbout < rN
aboulufrty forty Inchlllll1f n i
ffli WOtnOl1 nllll nd ndch n ch u n men
ndi ehllllt ldren n
tound i on ° n Ul the ° i bench < Thy Thyn w er r ru ri
n Over owtnslbly OIJIn ILly il ilvi IIlhlng
vi viSited Ci ft thi I yni 011 ago F the luttr Mctwrn
Ihl11IJIIII11 iBlunf laltimmi
tljo
and
hop c cuPtUtlll CkiitImr tuml H
MUI er o m of tie ti smu Bmugifleis nun IIUI11
that the Inland Tliuv found
for was made a rtndwous
mainland nmtignllng HIJUOIH Into the th Florida IurIda
tho
flMilhK business bushl
only being
a m nine The
oral 1 hundred hundretlllOres Island rontnlns nor
Pie thom nro noreit Mpanlsh Most of Limo 110 > lo
It time ho npumxn
squatter
Ihllly < ipfnso to 10 within
IIIYS
> or
NO o troops
from
West Key
will be
iv sent to
tntke them away awayThc tmwa tmwaIIio
Thc Aimtcallati 1 U uIMttuiIuu1 111111 II 1111 lYilcrutlon J1 Icuieriit llolj Ion
Monitguc Victoria U i P 1 D Iec ec C 111IInn W H
ado exsecretary e < lccrelllry of state of an
from tirrlved by IJ the th steamer Aorangl otanll
Austtnlla
of the federation yestttdny yell 1tl1 1 Sjwaklnit BI leakln aldnl
In
he mid the Bouth s Inll an
that the
recant
greatly Qrellll tariff ulll
the UnIM effect trade with Canada r Rlllln and nd
Htates but a
be found markit could
for
machinery
Wheat
facturing manu ¬
fabrics and olhur goods from
this contlnont Tlio lh peopfu of Aims ¬
tralia
are much
stirred up over OV r the
now tariff Thu
grant political
lions quo
In Australia
at
present are the
high tailff
and coloud labor
Upon
the settlement of th thin latter In Iter depended
largely thc
sugar Industry of Queens
¬
land limo lh im 111I111111 KiiRp of act restrictIng
Knnakl nMldlrlll11lIIIrJlI ImmUiatloii will Iflllroatl grnatly affect
sugar plantations piuntutt The doctor Wend I lul1Il
rd
the
oiienlng of the
new fetlerftl imr ur
llnmcnt
which was Wa a ntuRtilfloent
recep ¬
flea Australians havp xrtatly ally ad ¬
vanced
In labor legislation havlnic hul a
inlnlmiiiii WSRC and pension for or work ¬
men ovor fit r yean yea The federation Cll rntlon Is I
nnxlauslv awaiting the construction of
tho Pacific table tableTo c cableTo ule uleTo
To Contest Doinocintlc Nnmlimtlotm NnmlimtlotmNow Ntiiiiitnti t5 t5Noy I
Now York Dec ZBAcrordlnK to the
Press
the Uepubllcans are U nr Drtpnrlnff to
contest tim > Democratic 1 nominations In
the Seventh New York congressional
dlstilct upon the ground that the con ¬
ventions were ore not held In compliance
with Wit the law This Is the pon conre881011 re lon
H III district t In which It sUccessor l 1M to bo
elwtcd lo Nicholas Nkiiol Mull Muller r resigned
on Jan 17 7 Iud Is to be the first nn genorni narn nl
plertlon occurring In this Ihl country In
1902 Perry belmont nnd Counilhnan
Jos OOudy 011111 have been nominated by
unnnaltiv oPpo OPPOSIng ItJIf u wlllg Of time lg penlOOrBtlC c pat
ty nnd the DemocraW han already alren ap ¬
pealed to the Ih authorities to deildo deildowhich delldwhich iettdcwimlelt
which of the two men has Jail the right to
the party emblem emblemChristmas tmblelOChIRtlliM emblemCliristuins
Christmas Olvlnu Ol In n Now tic York YorkNew YorkNew YorkNew
New York Dec 2CAceoidlnjr 26Ac oldlnr to th the
Daily Doll papers never before In the his ¬
tory of the holiday festivities has
Christmas giving be been n so universal In
this city and vicinity It Is estimated
that t large business houses and corns cornspomltnU conel1lond conesPonients
pomltnU 1lond lItll alone distributing < over I > 1
000000 nmonff their employee emplo fllIUter fllIUternr Other Otheraccounts Otheraccounts
accounts nr ount8 tell how John IX n I Ilookefe flookefetaugave t81 l i igave
gave 10 the trainmen on the railroads on ontthlrh 011Which ontshicli
Which he traveled on Christmas and anljrhrlwtlllI
Christmas eve J10 10 gold go leI pieces and It Is Isalso Isalso
also said that M Miss B Helen bald sent senta
a bug of gold Jld column to be distributed distributedamong dl distributedamong lrlbutell lrlbutellollong
among the employes upon u ol1 her ostates ostatesup MUtteup
up the Hudson river riverMis riverMi
Mis Mi s P 1 vTrortcr 1ortcr Dead DeadChloago DeRIlCh fleadChicago
Chicago Ch nIiO < Doc 20Mrs t F W Porter Portermother Porlermother Portermother
mother of H W Potter a membor of oftin ofth oftime
tin th Hald Ual Itnidwin7ehler llnZelclcr lnZ IBler oxned Xpedltlo1 tlon now nowoeklng now6osking
oeklng 0 klnK the Ih < north pole IIpl died o of iea heart henttdlseaso heartdLeaeu t tdisease
disease In an elevated train In this thiscity thisclly titiscity
city last nliiht nliihtInsurance nightInauranco t tInsurnllco
Insurance an n Credit dlt Necessity NecessityNew NctJr 81t 81tNI
New NI York Dec 2 2GActln < Artlnff under in instructions Inslructlot8 Intructiotis ¬
structions of tho nnnual convention conventionthe
the business literature conimlttto con lIlIlel ot oto otthe cctime
the o National Association of Credit cr dltlMedn dltlMednI Men MenliaB Monhas
has rwcn recently I ly been collecting from lead leadng leading ea
I ing ng a S credit rt mm on throughout the country countryviews cOUIIt1yviews countryviews
views showing the necessity necos l of me mechants merchants
chants manufacturers and on an In I inter interested ur urested
ested In mercantile pursuits carr carrying carryingfire > ttf lnK lnKnre I
fire insurance as nn eiwntta to credit credita creditcredB creditQuite
Quite a large amount 0 of data on crCthl this thissubject
subject J c 11 11gte lion gte been received I 1 which h rn wlii wliiearly n
early In time ne new llteath year th thsnJl ho issued in the theforni
torm oC II IJnmp pamphlet nelltea lltea It is snJl said that the theopinion
opinion Is nJ almost universally oxpreBltll expreHedthat
that credit II should 08tdU 08tdUnot not be extended 10 tobusiness
business men who V IO do not protect their Iholrr theircredllors
credB credllors r I1 by carrying insurance In llrnnoo
ItnulnflMnllohlltloll ittissias MnnehurlanCiailtle Clllhll Pniorcd PniorcdNew lonorcclNew PavorculNew
New York Dee 2GA dispatch IlI pateh to the theTribune theTribune theTribune
Tribune from London Ion oll ays It Is fsre fsreported re reported meported ¬
ported from Pekln that Sir RoberT IlolerrHart nobcrtHnrt RoberThart
Hart whose Influence with the Chinese ChineseIs
in Importance favora the theconsideration theconllderllt1on limeconsideration
Is Increasing InerOl lng
consideration of Kusslns claims on onManchuria 011llallchurlll onMaumehuria
Manchuria In regard to the mining and nndrailway nnllrlll1lI andrailway
railway privileges railway defense be boIns beIng belog
Ins a military necessity necessityHhlnbiilMliifc necessityHlttlllJltlhlhl1t necessityHiuI
HhlnbiilMliifc HiuI In nrltaln
New Ne York Dec 26AecordlnB to tho thoLondon thoIondon theLondon
London correspondent of the Trlbimo Trlbimothis TrllJullothla Dribuumothis
this has been n 1 good shipbuilding year yearIn yearIn yearin
In Great Hrltaln but there has been beenn
n noteworthy diminution In the num number nUI1brr nutnher ¬
her of warships built for foreign low lowers Jlowers 10Wems ¬
The vessels oll els included In this years yearsreturn yearsreturn eor8 eor8relurll
ers
return are prIncipallY for Japan and andnt nndat andat
moment there are prac practically praotlcally practically ¬
at time present building for for foreign torolgn or orcign ¬
large ehlpe
tically no
navies The falling off In orders ordersIs
eign Is attributed to political considerations considerationsFranco consldemlonl considerati0flFrauico
VcnrwcltnCOlIIlllcOII Complication ComplicationNew n nNew
Franco l rnl1co Venezuelan
compli complication compllcation copiIcation ¬
New York Dee 26 2GAllother Another
arisen Uehmn France Pran and andVenezuela anllVenezuela 50 50VeimeUolfl
cation has the Port of Spain SpdnTrinidad SplnTrinidad SpainTrinidad
Venezuela corrennondent las el of the Herald HeraldThis lIers11Thill hletellThis
Trinidad corrI8pon arises from the theseizure IhelIelzure timeSeIzUre
This now grievance of Senor Man Manuel Manuol Manaol ¬
seizure of the properties alleged leader of the thenew Ih IhMW the01W
an
aol MtUoi reolutlon anti a mall manof mallIIr mallor
new Venezuelan lw LMI IMII d part ot othis othis othum
Matos
Si i4nor nor
of wealth
Stcrestnt of Hoi Hoidonux tlOItlenu 1iomticaUx
to M t
his pioperlM under the Woe Venezuelan VneImelln Woesudan ¬
donux for or mo years attrh attrhn
which permits
sudan civil code to be b effected without withoutthe withoutthe withoutlie
n trnnncion nsne10 reulsterlng the docu documents locul1ontll ioeunicole
the lie necessitY of of the leaSed
nicole By D the seizure
WJ filMhred jM awfiIJiIQ1f11 awfiIJiIQ1f11Sured
Sured of Pilns PilnsUi1hcr paasIJhcro
K je jeAIm05 e rf rfAmos
Whe WheAmos IJhcro
writO writO4tftcr riles rilesAtter
C Cracker ww o of Worct8Icr surgl surglnl
Amos frl frihtft1l frihtft1lni bltlll rg rgAfter
After going thro Ihrough gn after ay 0 trying gnr gnroperation al1Tnumber sf1number
nl operation and An oJntmenW otnllDf1It otntLnea on onof ont 001Oc
of salveS give gayeIIpcl1tly givepe1Y
number rile Pii Cu Ctlre
600 Oc box or pyrllm pyramid QueklY miNd miNdAll Ol1t iI iIMI
rfllIt Anl II PlItt PlIttnUse8
IIpcl1tly b001C bo L
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All drUgI ruggIMtS sell It n1ilJled tusiledDrug trtfl IltIIIIW IltIIIIWDrul
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nUse8 Illuball Jlch Jlchy
Drug Co
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to a syndicate IIY idlc yndicateiS le it dead of heart Ills dlsMi IllsHI diese
Mi HI at his home In Irultvsle Irulh lo lie wa wanative wu wuI
native Of Guilford Conn aeod n agd5 agd5esrs lfSG lfSGrears S5 S5His
rears I esrs His family name was nishop nishopItaly D UlehopItaly hop hopIlnl
Italy Ilnl Mnnls atitM ItnlliuiH Irutccteil Irutccteilivc irotectetlslmltmgtefl I IWashluflon
Washluflon slmltmgtefl ivc MThe fhe Italian Italiania ItalianIOvernlMIJl Italianyernmnent
IOvernlMIJl yernmnent hall ia been n renewing 1U > ef efwith QCforts offorte
of late with the authorities In Ini IIIWalhlllfJIIIU 1mmyhiIlgtuu
forts federal statute statutended lIlIUI
WalhlllfJIIIU milHlWu 10 have Ita our
i extended nded a to o protect foreigners In Inmthfci Inellle incases
10 arl rIs1ng lui withIn the Jurisdiction J1I < of ofLrpueu otUIf oflee
ellle Steles thus giving ft t fed fedremedy tPIIeral fsiJseal
lIflUed 1Jfllt Lrpueu
seal UIf lee remedy for lynching and nl like It Itfairs atfairs f fdlretted
dIrected ft nllllnlt alnst Italians su lIuh h as asoccurred aslave asmeve
fairs
occurred In oulslsjia Colorado Coloradoe I
lave Illlslrpl II 18 the Lb exchunge or orvlenln ofviews
stud nd In title cunntCuon which Hcnlly Hcnllyllrourht iacntiybrOUght
vlenln views on tli IIII discussion of the theusVnate Unt Untlap ItatIan
brOUght e
usVnate suite when Haron arofl Pavn FI1 Inter IhUrplated IntlrJItIlaltd Interpellated
plated lap the Italian premier ns to lotho lothoproreJlI tho thoSTfltreVs thoproirNi
STfltreVs JItIlaltd of an adjustment Immadtftte ImmadtftteFvTtTn hnunedluiteIr te teIf
FvTtTn proreJlI th thin arrival of the now am amtaSdoV 11m1IlIor ambpador
taSdoV If upon Minor des Plaiche he took tookhli tookUP tookup
1IlIor quMtten which has arIsen arb on In Intlon Inconnection lii0o5eetlOfl
hli
this
connection UP tlon with th the lynching of soy lOVerai soyerai ov ovlia
ErwIn J Miss M
erai lia lIIlIan Ian cltlns citISeflflt at
Nobel PrizeS Awnnlocl AwnnloclWafhlneton AwnrdcllWahlnrton MarleulWaehint0fl
Dw United States Statesxtinijter StMeslIniBlLr StatesIInIstPr
Wafhlneton Thomas Cham has reported to the thevents thelatllepartll1ent thmocta
xtinijter depftrtineflt that vents oven o ot UttUlu unulual
cta latllepartll1ent and jolliest took JJ1Ie JJ1IeJtOInlber pTeDmber
al ImOl1nce imD ° 10 ° at t SIQ StlthOimU khohn 1U11 Obrls Obrlstlanla Ohrbstianli
JtOInlber cozmeotlon with IUt the Ir IraWaN flraward
In
tlanla the Nobel obel prIlw rtQII Alfltlll Na G
award It lIJIcoer r ot tJ1n4uulte I l4 l4died it itdltd
11 the wh l dt dchis
y AIQ 5t let h Utt 1
died 1M for or the btnftt at l11un l11unrInd tuflfliynd
111 rInd his vut ViZ and nd fortune In his Will 111 dltflled that It It
be divided Into prizes without regard regardto
to nationality natlonn Jty the urthloat to bn bnawarded 110lIrllcd benwarded
awarded lIrllcd tho prize llzo whether ho be beFcandlnavian bocnnllinavinn becnndinav1an
Fcandlnavian or not The prizes con conilstcd cauIisled cotimisted
misted of five allotments each of more morethan m1reIhon moorethmn
than thmn J 10000 OOO rime awards awards wore as fol follows tol10B ci cilows ¬
lows lowsI
lowsl
I 11 l physics Wilhelm Conrad Hoent Hoentpen noenten Itoentgen
pen en professor at tho University or orMunich orIunlch otMunich
Munich the discoverer of the Roentgen Itoentgtmrajs
rays In chemistry to Jaoobus Helnrl Helnrlcua
cue U Vnnthaff proft professor or nt thc Univer University Unlverslty University ¬
sity of Berlin in medicine to Emil von vonJiehrliif vonJioimrlng on onHehrluf
Jiehrliif professor at Hallo the dis discoverer 1111coveror dlicoverer ¬
coverer of diphtheria arum In litera literature IIternIUla ilteralure ¬
lure to SullyPrudliomme member of oftho oCtho ofthe
tho French academy tho works of ofPence otllellco of1011cc
Pence prizes divided between Kreder KrederIck l lrederbk red6rcj
Ick llellco Inssy Iasl national economist of ofFrance ofFranco ofFrance
France and Henri Dunnnt of Bwlt BwltZetland Rwltellanll iwltZeViand
Zetland the th loading spirit In bringing bringingabout brln bringingabout lng lngnbout
about thc Geneva convention and In Instituting Instllutlng institutlng ¬
stituting the societies of the nell Cross CrossTho CrOSlITho CrocsThe
Tho prize diplomas were awarded by bylm bythn bythe
the lm prmvn tirlnco In m conan jn lit Stock
iTTOENEY Y GENERAL KNOX AND TWO MEN CONSPICUOUS IN THE FIGHT AGAINST HIS 111ISOONFIRMATION HISCONFIRMATION UISCONPIRMATION
CONFIRMATION CONFIRMATIONTHH OONFIRMATIONT CONPIRMATIONT
1m Aincrlciiii AntItrust league tngue Is fighting the confirmation 11 by tho senate of Philander C Km as a attorney general gel rlll
THH T or the United States liucnuw Qtoigu CJIjU Rice the Indipmdont oil rellticr of Muriitta 0 and others Imvo urged In Inniit iiittuimi
11111 niit mat lii at Mr 11 f I Knux proeml analn i tin ml Ktomlard ed Oil cnmpany L II nnd III othiT alleged ti IIUKIH t for notation iolitt lomu of the thoBiwmnn I ho
Biwmnn nmitntst law In Bcnntor Hoar tluilrinnn of the judlclniy > commlttit on tin ll ptrsctitiitlou of tie charges of octho octhoulHrult the thetitItrus
MitHruit IcajfiK ILI1 I UP decided II ehINI tluit the th rominltteo < I uotild oulll not mil PIIUUII up Mr Ir Knox tmnxs immune for umUinmtlon until tho C1h1encl eiideneuI
1 wr hl npnii those charges hod been submitted submult 1 to the committee and pnied IUI rd upon UllonA 1110044AlAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAa1iAAA
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properties Castro Cn tro has deprlvod M St 8tifstnt StIllnt Stctestnt
ifstnt of their revenues and use Thu h
French government has notified Prcnl
d dent nt Castro CR lro ot time Infringement of M
Socrestats rights Franco has made a ncomplete acomplele acomplete
complete ln estimation of tho matter matterand 111ttornnd matterAnd
and It Is claimed clalilltl1lhftt that tho demand even evenunder evenundor evenUnder
under the Venezuelan law Is well ell
founded toun 1
hllrlcI < J J llniko Dead DeadNew JenINow 1eaulI4ow
New York orle Dec 20 2f1ChllrloB Charles J nurko nurkowho Ourkowhll flurkowho
who Inherited one fortune made an another nilolher altother ¬
other as a haberdasher In Philadelphia Philadelphiaand
and lost both In stock speculation Is istiend
dead In this ell Burke was born In ininclnnati
Cincinnati M years cnrs ago was edtipntod edtipntodfor tdttiatcdfor
for tho law romot removIng Inj to Phllnrtslphlft Phllnrtslphlftwhcic
whore he become htC me widely wl4el known 1 < In pol polities polItics lOiitics ¬
Itics lie entered lItero trade and fhr nearly
twenty years elltl was In the furnishing furnishinggoods furnishIngoolls furnishinggoods
goods business In Philadelphia After Afterfalling Atlortailing Afterfalling
falling In business h he came to this city
but was unsuccessful unsuccessfulnorninny unuecelllfuOmlllAIIY unsuccessfulOorntmtly
norninny Jolnn After Vcnrztictn VcnrztictnNow enczuelnNow
Now York flea 1 410 20 According to the thePort thoIort timePort
Port ot Spain Trinidad carrwpqrt carrwpqrtdant
butt of time Herald Get Germany many Intends Intendsto
to act vigorously against tI nlnsl Prtoldint PrtoldintCastros lrt IreaidsntCastros ldnl ldnlCaolros
Castros government In Venezuela for fortho torIho forthe
the latters failure to pay pa the Interest intcrwton
on the debt owing the German bankers bankersduring bankrrHclurlng bankersduring
during the last three years A naval navaldemonstration navaldemonslratton navaldemonstratIon
demonstration It Is alleged would have havetaken hnvetoken havetaken
taken place by this Ihlllllmc time had It not been beenthat boellIhnt beenthat
that time lerman cruiser Vlneta needed neededrepnlts nelladrepahs neededrepairs
repairs nnd had to go to the tlm United UnitedHtates UnitedSiaies UnitedStates
States for nn mm overhauling I
Col CoiToni Tom Ouhlltrco OchtllrlcllIIlJrovllljt OchtllrlcllIIlJrovllljtNew Improving ImprovingNew
New York D Dec c JC 2GCol Col Thomas P POchlltree POch POchiltree
Ochlltree Och II tIee who has been 111 for some somedays Bomeday somedays
days with a severe attack a tlnc of pneu pneumonia 111eUmonln plicumnonia ¬
monia IM expected to be In condition to toleave toIMvo toleave
leave his residence within a few days daysCol darsCol daysCal
Col OchlltreVs physicians were ere tot a atime 1tlmo atime
time of the opinion that the attack attackmight aUaclemight attackmight
might result seriously but they now nowMV noWy nowNY
MV y that he will be able to take a
tffp ltl J to the Hot Springs of Virginia Virginiawithin Vlrglnl1within TIrgltiiawithin
within a veok or two twoStabbed twoSiobllcll twoStabbeil
Stabbed by I a Soldier SoldierSan SolcllorSan SoldierSan
San Francisco Dec JG 2GDurlng During a nrow arow arow
row In a saloon near the Presidio this thisevening thfsevening timlsoveniimg
evening William hoes of the coast coastartillery COQl COQlnrllllery coastartIllery
artillery was stabbed by an unknown unknownnaldler unknowlIDoldlor unknownsoldier
soldier A 4 Hot followed Stouts and andbricks andbricks andbricks
bricks were thrown and two shots waia waiatired WIIIOIIred werefired
tired About uout 10000 1 oo soldiers Idlor It Is ceLl estimated asllmated ceLlmated ¬
mated gathered The provost guard guardand guarllDIIlI guardand
and police had to be calico out to ro rora roIA roflA
IA < flA ra nrrinr 1 TilftVllln6 HOllllfcrS vOl svoxl
put p Vi In lottie nthegua the guard houfco o nnd and fifteen oth others olhtrs othrs ¬
station Itoss Itosswas 110lls111II ltoSswas
ers rs taken to time police
was not badly hurt hurtDig hurlJIll hurtBig
Dig Theft of Jowchy JowchyChicago Jowclt JowcltChleao lowchmyChicago
Chicago Dec 211 2UTwo Two men entered enteredthe
the home of Mrs Lucy Luo Decker on In Indiana Indlaoo Indiana ¬
diana street early today and stole COO 100roith OO OOollh
ollh 01 th of clothing nnd Jewelry valued valuedal aluedat
at 2MO While endeavoring to escape escapethe eaMPOIho escapetue
the thieves ran Into tho arms of de delucthes deIlocthes doiuettree
lucthes and mot of the plunder con concealed concllied concoaled ¬
coaled In a pocket of a cloak was ro rocoveted refovelfIII mecovered
coveted Several shots were exchanged exchangedletueen exchl1ugullltI exclitmmigsdietweel
letueen ltI ween the detectives und robbers robbersi robbersrnd robbersrod
rod i > ml Horace MacCarthy llcCartl the man who whotarried whoarrlld whotarried
tarried the gnrmsnt rment containing the thevaluable thovuluable thevaluable
valuable Jewelry was W I forced to sur surlender lurlendtl survender
lender His partner whose name H Hrot 115rol Isrot
rot known escaped escapedWalter lles eicapednIter I1 I1Wntor
Walter nIter Moroseo llIro lJo Pmtl PmtlSan HemlSan JeaulSun
San Francisco Dfc 2C 2GWalter Walter Mo Moroico MoI tf 0 0rOlCO
roico I co the well known 11 theatrical th man manMT mallpt maneger
who recently IjlpoMtl lin e d of his tense tenser la e eIh
eger MT
r Ih ii 11 nrind ODcrn houst hou in this city
61 tIJ ZCIILo
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thu Norwegian Htorthlng convened In Insolemn InJololnll Inauiomnn
solemn session BullyPrudhomme was wasunable waljunablo wasunable
unable to attend because of tilcknim tilcknimCiibann fllckuulIlICnhnlll lclmmus lclmmusCaibaims
Ciibann drntcfnl to Americans AmericansHavana ittiorlcmttisItayana I I1IallIna
Havana Dec 25 25A A banquet t was fIv uhcrl gRIT fIvor ¬
or IT i to the olllcers of the United Btatci Btatcifleet SlatellII Iltatehoot
fleet II < Ot today by tho Cuban veterans It Itwaa 11was Itwas
was a grand demonstration of otsraU otsraUtude grati gratitude gratitudu ¬
tude on the part of the Cubans towutct towutcttho tOWLlt1tho towzttuthe
tho American navy Gen Canoe Gal GDIcla Oncia Galcia
cia prwldod prwldodGen preeidotLOon lIod lIodOon
Oon Wood In proposing a toast to tothe 10the tothe
the futtiro republic said that when thu thufleet th thlleet thuheel
fleet come again It wouhlllnt1 would find a stable stablegovernment sinbiolOoorl11lont stablegovernment
government In Cuba CubaHearAdmlral CubaH CubahlearAtintiral
HearAdmlral H Hlgglnson thanked the theCubans theCubans theCubans
Cubans for their gisnd Iand outpouring or orhoKpltally orhOllpllnlly orlmospltaiiy
hoKpltally nnd saul the presence of the thcfleet thelleet thefleet
fleet had no special significance sllnl cnncl and andcertainly nnllcerlalnly andcertainly
certainly no political one It was wusHoUrce n nsource asource
source of fiatlsfnctlon to him ho declar ¬
ed that the navy had be been n an Import Important ¬
ant factor In bringing about peace peaceCapt penceCnllt peaceColt
Colt McCalla paid a high tribute tributeto trlbu Ie Iet1
to Gen anrclu who had cooperated cooperatedwith
with him him at Santiago and to the Cu Cubans Cubans Cuiane ¬
bans for their courage and fortitude fortitudeduring torttludeduring fortitudeduring
during tho war warAlany wnrSTI warSTIt3Iilt
STI STIt3Iilt < jumlt nUUNW nUUNWlnl1r hlUlINRhMnn
Alany Mnn Pasnpnucru Injured Four Per PerIsIilriR IcrJshlll Perisiuing
IsIilriR Jshlll In the theMemphis Finnic FinnicMemphis IIlnmctlMemphis
Memphis Tcnn T lln Dec 2Tho stern sternwheel 8ternheel sternwheel
wheel heel steamer Hun un plying between this thisport thisport thisport
port and oh Fulton Tcnn burned to the theWaters thewaters timewaters
Waters edge at at5 6 oclock today to ny nt her hermoorings hlrmoorings hermoorIngs
moorings nt thi tI wharf on the city cityfront cityfront
front The boat arrived from Fulton Fultonabout Jultonahout FuUonabout
about midnight mill niGht with IthlUteen fifteen passengers passengersall Jltlsl cn < rtt rttal
all of whom wore tlroMleep aile p on board when whentho whfntho vilenthe
tho fire broke out Of these four art artknown artImown areIrnown
known to be loit
loitDEAD
DEAD DEADD
D N Halney and wife of Old IJIvtr IJIvtrArk ijherArk I3lverArk
Ark Arkfrs
ArkMrs
Mrs frs 0 M Time of Richardson Land LandIng LnndIng Landlag
Ing Ark ArkChild ArkChild ArkChild
Child of Mrs rims TimsTheir rlmllTheir rimsTheir
Their charred remains have been re recovered reo reocovored mecovered ¬
covered from thq weflk weflkOF rreekomalN vveokORIGIN
ORIGIN OF Finn FinnTho I Piflilrho mnTho
Tho fire originated orlpn kd In a plhtof 1M ils ot seed seedcotton lieidoottOnon seedcOttOn
cotton oottOnon on theHIqrdMk the onqrdHk ant n i41 PipUbiy PipUbiyvvns p 1Iabl 1Iabltarttd bebiystarted
vvns started Ijy a spark from hi fur furnne turtlllQe furii
nne tlllQe ii > e The Witt tL wan as round t Ued af 11 a4 JlOooo JlOoooana SlOOOOItndt 10000hnii
ana Itndt woo 0Jl about half balfialfirod JMUrod The he car cargo ¬
go i uo was li totally destroyed d
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BtooUynrdfl tlto hYllrd to PdwnoO PdwnoOsoutli 1 WtlOOi 1j i II i tancli tancliHIM anchSOUlh anclisouth
south of 0 t totontluU ton thltj that jip jipTho ImO 19 lmn3 lrt ll 11 i HIM HIMHie kllleIIhl kItiiThe
The meat VIJH 1111 ulVOii given l ltW y ytho f pil i LJlII Hie to toAiming totho toho
tho ho Indiana for a Inlffn InlffnTlio lIlfrtttlp 1tutffIplTime 1111 1111The
The IndlniiH have Iiuc Iiucpowwowlni irdIi Qi Aiming dim nndlilf Ing IInd IIndpowwowJn
powwowlni over Jv r glnbo glnbotho I 9 4 r lIalltho lens lalramliix lensthe
tho vast hordH hOI II of uliffiu uliffiuback I IHq III i I lImhlll mliix mliixnee 11111 11111back
back to tIlls country JL luiiLiiui tliI tlf II 10111 Iil IIr r n nIndlunH th thludlun the thehmmdluns
IndlunH liavo notlfloU IIOUaQl1tldJthltl tlio ttiiii c mii i itu hHIII1 hHIII1to
to vncato thotr ranohfttt rrtll li nt one onewish IiCI n lhey lheywIsh tImywish
wish to lay JII tho fatten loW 11 gO < e that the thebuffolo tlwblHtoto timtbuffalo
buffalo will haVe h VltllU < full yvn 11 or f fcountry Il1 Il1country the thecotIntry
country Tho trh white whltlflIIO pcoplf 1r in th thmoto the themimoto
moto jmrts of the te iecCrmmtIi diVU diUjt1J Um an ir irlug iUln iUlnIHB 0111Ing
lug into Pawnee and IU mEnu df rOifvi Cii 1p1I t tie i illan 111 111IJtI Itditiis
llan IJtI tlll all acting In a thrtnhiiinc Mtl 1111111IICr tflSTtiier Mtlnot
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not toward tow rd them thonlI them1aftee i iPawnee
Pawnee I wleu Hill 1IM UI t1 Jilnc plticol 91 l tniiuntcd tniiuntcdguards InuunledfuOIlI tflmOtedguaide
guards n round his > llurt lluffrJ 1 run runh < h hthe aft afttho astime
the Indiana arc camping cnl wlnlr In I the ii tin tinber 11111bel lotbee
bee wcut of there ilnd mliii Jn JitTJIIlht i iit tm of r nu nuherd Ihehlrdl i 1w 1wherd
herd nnil from rom their iteir 1U misnilaimm llcioluK aciiom aciiomho netlonAho Sciormsito
ho hlrdl tnlnkfl t they Intend Int tl to o literate I erftlp lilt ultherd lilthetll thi thiberth
herd and a mm ii piThaps iurlt itps kill hi II hem thO1l thO1lTho titettiTime hemThe
The United Brutes Indian ns ngn < rv At Atthat Itthllt atthin
that t Point haa Icon not Mlllrl ri md a i4 hu humade hll11I1c10 hi1 hi1nmnule
made a report to tho oomMnniincr of ofIndian orIndian ofIndian
Indian affairs at Wnnlilnpton WnnlilnptonriiCd Wn nemingtQnPlead Jlln tQII tQIIIlroll
Plead J tiHllado Into a Unlnon UnlnonSt
St Louis L ul Mo Dee 2S 2 tnknnllnmoll Unknown tnknnwnmod Unknownmutt
mod fired about twenty HlixtN into n IIIAAA aAAkA
Cyrus Fi ld II
professor MOrSecUld Morse andiis andiisMARCONI llis e 00 00f
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a 550 e e5U S eel asa asaM tJ I IM
AIICOXIR success III BrnlllnJ the tett letter r S 1 h by wireless telegrnphy aerate tho th Atl ptJci YlIlnce of ofover ofover
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Professor M 1 F lI Morse whu IIIented time electric telegraph jn 18J nod fOr CtIlHIWt1 Cyrtm W IteJd1 tu toftlltfP toftlltfPi
i < 5U U and ISOl established e tlhIl81111lQlJlo cable comnnmlcntlon between America mid Kuglnud Garrett P 1 Bervlw Ser18I1IItllrtilthnt IlKurcstlittt il r that In follow follownq tollotrthc followtho
nq rthc the curve of thc earth Marconi nlgiml must have risen ninety miles In tha th inlddlu ml le of the ocean ccntntd nbou nli l > itI lrtllltJ lrtllltJlIrll Ivei tel tee llutvrn teetirn >
lIrll > vrn through the two stations nt riulit nnslcs with thc earths radius radiusflee tt ttn
n flee I eel 9 I iC I d dIU e i t
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ginning and the end of the rich richred richrcd richred
I red blood that keeps us all allalive allalive allalive
alive Blood history makes a afascinating afascinating afascinating
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saloon nt tho corner cornlJrCQfD Cornerqf pf Broidway OJ1l1ny and andCorr andCarr andCamr
Carr street early this tii morning two THOyien Twoplea twotllen
plea were cre wounded nearly n arly all of ofBlnss the Illeclas8 theglass >
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Walking Skirts245 Skirts245i
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red Siiit1t tll broken linn that hno sold Ilown 1o to colors only ° nly blue
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100 1OOanci I and 125 1 25 Womens Flannelette
Night NightDresses85c NightI NightDresses85c
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The Best of Shoes at at8tugain
Bargain Prices PricesA
A round up of Bone liroliorf broIHHJlnea Jlneg In
Homen Ih0 ho + + 8 that wa think wont
last long i thmi Ih 11 Prlilny and Saturday
All Allltre art mv W In style iyl tacit pxcillent 111
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than lau 1111 mm lrll1tld > rlnt rIflmm i description they he h
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ban hlxli IM 1111 and lieflvy extension exten lon
soles ol i niil ant sell rfgvlnrly at 8 80 BO Si 100 00
and nmt 1150 t 150 co a pair Friday and Saturday tint Saturda rdQ
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slippers and felt slices left from the
holiday wlllnir Belli II 1 iirlwil regularly 126 26
to It It nD 21 for elel1rancellOc Jfaranoo BOc
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warmly lined JlOO 100 nnrt 3125 1 125 28 Itlndiiii JelncI Icindslot
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A lot of childrens cbtl rsna shoes different
kinds and Btyloi 811 < In limes 1 to 8 1100
up to US kinds on bargain tnl tnblrs > I at
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rarnionta shown showlIthll ahoujmthiS
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liuioluw IJUIOILIrflnd r nnd no doubt wlllfrom wlllfromv
ever v very ry auarter of the city For l or IMday IIlI1nyaltll Pmidayanti
and Saturday SaturdayUp I1UI aturdayup lIIY lIIYUp <
Up to 40 Womens WomensSuIts Worn WomensSuits1875 ells ellssuitS
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and Knit Garments GarmentsChildrens
Childrens heavy black cotton stock stockIngs slockIng8 stockings
Ings lino ribbed reduced from 33o to to25a
250 25aInfants 250IlItllnts 250Infants
Infants cashmere BtooWnpK red and andorcnm andoreamonly andcream
cream oreamonly only instead of oNOcZOc oNOcZOcWomon of0cOcWomen SOc 20c 20cWomcna
Women flue cotton stockings black blackwith blaokwith blackwith
with white Polka > olka dots and blue with withwhtto wllhWhllo wIthwilltLl
whtto polka dots rcduwd re uMd from 40o to to25c to to2lc
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Womens lUtred OCTU u cotton union unionfronta uniontronlo unionfronts
fronts reduced from rem61otoc rem61otocChIldrens 650 5o lo to7Gc to7GcChildrens 75c 75cChildrens
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traIn reduced from EBo Sb to to1Go to1GoChlltIrenu to7ioChildrens Tie TieChildrens
Childrens Jlewod fi od cotton union suite sulioopen Iutoopcn suiteopen
open fronts Instead of COo 004Oc 40c
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