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2 THE EVENING TIMES WASHLWON WEDNESDAY DECEMBER DEOE IBElt 4 190L
RAILWAY KINGS KINGSIN KINGSIN KINGSIN
IN CONFERENCE CONFERENCENew
New N ew York Meeting to Dis Discuss DisC1lSS DisCllSS ¬
cuss Problems ProWemsWESTEM ProblemsWEsTERN Pro1eiiisWESTERN
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WEsTERN COMBINATION A TOPIC TOPICProspective TOPIPIospective TOPIU1Prospective
Prospective Eftort Eft rt to Overcome OvercomeAnimosity OvercomeAnimosity Overcomeanimosity
Animosity to Consolidation ConsolidationPlan OonsolidationPlanDan ConsolidationPlanCall
Plan PlanDan Oan Issued byHarri byHarriman by H8 H8man Earn Earnman
man TTJTI Hill and Gould GouldNEW Gould1EW GonicLEW
NEW EW YORK Dec 4 4The The presidents of ofall orall o oall
all the Western railroads have been called calledto calledto calledto
to meet today for a conference in this thiscity thiscitYr thiscfty
city citYr and the meeting is regarded as the themost themoot themost
most moot important and significant of its kind kindthat kindthat kindthat
that has ever been n held heldQuestions heldQuestions heldQuestions
Questions of traffic and rates and an the thebest thebest thebest
best means of preserving the rates in the theWest theest theWest
West est arts r not the only problems that will willcome willcome willcome
come before rore the conference conferenceConsolidation conferenceConsoIidJtion conferenceGon5olldation
Consolidation Matter 3IatterThe MatterThe IatterThe
The formation of the Northern Securi Securities Seemities Securities ¬
ties Company the consolidation of the theGreat theGreat theGreat
Great Northern Northern Pacific and andBurlington andBurlington andBurlington
Burlington systems thus accomplished accomplishedadd
add the antagonism ant gonism which the deal has hasaroused hasaroused hasaroused
aroused in the Northwest leading to le legal legal ¬
gal proceedings and adverse legislative legislativeaction legislativeac legislativeaction
action ac ion will form a special topic and if ifreports ifreports iireports
reports are true tr e the most important sub subject subject ¬
ject to be considered by the conference conferenceTo
To Overcome Antagonism AntagonismAntagonism AntagonhlnlAntagonisIn Antagonismntagonisrn
Antagonism to railroad combination is isso isse isSo
so manifest in the West that the question questionof q estion estionof
of how best to accomplish such combina combinations combinations combinafleas ¬
tions when wen desired will be the prime primequestion primequestio primequestion
question discussed at the meeting sched scheduled scheduled schednled ¬
uled fer tomorrow tomorrowThe tomorrowThe tomorrowThe
The meeting today tod y is to be devoted to topreliminary topreliminary topreliminary
preliminary work and the minor ques questions questions questionS ¬
tions but the question of the Northern NorthernSecurities KorthernSeeurities NorthernSeeuitien
Securities charter and its alleged de defects def defeeLs ¬
feeLs f ts may be discussedSource discussed discussedSource dilreussedSource
Source of the Call CallThe C111I11e CbllTile
The call for the meeting eting was Issued by byE byE byE
E E E H Harriman James JaII s J Hill Hilland and George GeorgeJ
J Gould These three men represent the thegreater thegreater thegreater
greater part of the mileage of the West Western Westem e5t e5tern ¬
ern em roads the Union Pacific Northern Pa Pacific Pacific PacH4c ¬
cific cific Great Northern Xorthern Burlington and andMissouri andNiss andNissonri
Missouri Niss nri Pacific systems systemsThe systemsThe systemsThe
The question of arriving at an agreemeat agrees agreesmeat aSTe aSTemcnt
meat on rates rat is not so urgent at the thepresent thepresent thepresent
present time tImeS as a the recent r ent big deal has hasbrought hasbrought hasbrought
brought so many of the roads under one onemanagemeiit onemanagement onemanagement
management managemeiitAlHlnetixi managementFILIPTIOS managementimimos
FILIPTIOS RETURN CAITIVEAbduct CAPTIVE CAPTIVEAbllnctnu
AlHlnetixi Abduct nu American School Jlool Tenehezy TenehezyBut Tene1erDot Tennhcr TennhcrBut
But Soon Tire of Him HimFilipinos HImFllfpincs ISlesPlilpinca
Filipinos caught a tartar when hen hy y force forceand forceand
and arms they feloniously stole took and amicarried andcamed andcarried
carried away from his friends in LUCDRB LUCDRBoulhern Luc Luebansouthern NUl NUlsouthern
southern Luzon one < John Martin an anAmerican anAm anAmerlcan
American Am lcan school teacher tEac er A report to the theWar theWar theWar
War Department states they tired of his hislearned hisiearn
learned learn d d company 1y In less than twentyfour twentyfourhours twentyfourhours
hours and returned him freight prepaid prepaidwhence Frepaidwhence prepaidwhence
whence they had purloined him himMr himlor hissMr
Mr Martin is o one e of those teachers im impprted imFlrted haported
Flrted ported b bf Superintendent Atkinson to iu iuEtructtlieFiHpinoyoHthin iustruclU1eFilipinoyouthin inatrucithe
EtructtlieFiHpinoyoHthin atrucithe Fiiipinoyoutfrmn the he UthreeRsu UthreeRsuith three Rs Rswith Rswitha
with witha ith a post graduate course in history historythe histoIT7the historythe
the higher mathematics mathem tics and Supreme SupremeCourt SUlremeCourt SupremeCourt
Court decisions decisionsHis decisionsHis decisionsHis
His assigned station was Mauban mban but butthe butthe lastthe
the other day he ventured en a trip to theneighbcring the theneighboring theneighbcrin
neighboring hamlet of Lucban where his hisabduction Illsabduction hisabduction
abduction followed in spite of a guard of ofnative orIUltin ofnative
native police The reports do not state statethat state1l1at statethat
that the latter IaU r made any determined re resistance resiS reaistance ¬
sistance siS e to his capture captureICES eeptureMRS captureias
ICES ias ARMOUR TO TOVi1I 3 JEARRY JEARRYilI ASa Z ZTill
Vi1I Till ilI Become the Bride of P A Vnl Vnlonline Ynlntlne Vnlentiiie
online entiiieNEW onlineNEW ntlneNEW
NEW YORK Dec 4 tMrs Mrs P D IL Ar Armour Armour Arniour ¬
mour who is stopping at the Netherland NetherlandHotel XetherlandH9tcJ NetheriandHotel
Hotel H9tcJ has made the th formal announce announcement ummDCment announcemeat ¬
ment that she is engaged to be married marriedto
to P A Valentine one of the executors executorsof
of her first husbands estate and an in influential influential influential ¬
fluential partner in the firm of Armour ArmourCo ArmomCo ArmourCu
Co The wedding will take place on tho tholast tholast thelast
last Wednesday Wedces ay in April in this cityFive city cityFive cityFivo
Five years ago Mr Valentine lost his hiswife hiswife hiswife
wife who wh > was Miss Helen H len Henderson a aprominent aprominent aprominent
prominent Chicago society girl A year yearlater YEarInter yearlater
later his business en the Stock Exchange Exchangewent ExchangeWent Eachangewent
went to pieces pi s and he was as obliged to ask askMs ask11is askisis
Ms friend Philip D Armour jr for a aposition apositionwilh apositionwith
position positionwilh with the Armours His ability abilitybrought abilitybrought abilitybrought
brought him to the front again and he heTTOH hewon hecroa
won back the millions he had lost lostMrs lostrs lostMrs
Mrs rs Armour is noted as S a woman of ofextraordinary ofextraordinary ofextraordinary
extraordinary beauty Before her mar marriage muriage marniage ¬
riage she s le was Miss May Lester Lcst r daugh daughter daughier elaughter ¬
ter of John T 1 Lester a board of trails trailsoperator trad tradoperator tradeoperator
operator She has two children Philip PhilipD
D 3d and Lester Armour both cf whcm whcmare whcmarc whcmare
are getting ready rC9 y for preparatory school schoolAt schoolAt schoolAt
At the death cf her husband last Jan January January Jansary ¬
uary an estate valued at 8006000 was wasleft wasleft wasleft
left to Mrs lrs Armour and the children childrenSjwaSer childrenThe childrenThe
The 5Icake Spcakean Messenger lIessengcrSJ MessengerSiaaker
SjwaSer SJ Jier Henderson Hent rsnn has appointed a > pointwl H W WGlasser WGlasser WUJasser
Glasser of Dabuque Iowa to the post positi pos posti postties
ties ti a of messenger m ensel stationed s tioned at the Speak SpeakLOOK Speakers Speakers
ers desk
LOOK IT UP UPCoffee UPrerltJ UPPerhaps
rerltJ Perhaps Js Coffee Is the Cause Cau e of Your YonrTrouhlc YourTroulle YourTrouble
Trouble TrouhlcEating TroullePatinE TroubleEatng
Eating or drinking the Wrong kind of offood ofroll offood
food or beverage will set up disease If Ifpersisted ifnersisoo ifpersiSted
persisted in That is particularly true of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the more starchy foods aad coffee The Thetrouble Thetrouble Thetiosble
trouble trouble may show in t variety riety of differcot differ different dUrerCD ¬
cot CD t ways waysIt WaysIt waysIt
It is safe to say ay that If one is ailing in iaany inin inany
any in part of r the body reached by the thenervous theDCrvous theeervous
nervous system it would be of advantage advantageto
to such an one to exchange coffee for forPbstura forPostum forXostum
Pbstura Food Foo Coffee and quit much use useBreakfast usell useqf
ll whIte hIte bread and take on GrapeNut GrapeNutrcakfast GrapeNutsllrcakiast >
Breakfast Food FoodA 1 leoedA OOd OOdiA
iA > A New York Y k mans experience is worth worthknowing worthIDowing worthknoing
knowing He says I was for or a longtime long longtime I zg zgtime
time troubled with general weakness 3lness and andloss andloss andloss
loss of ambition without knowing the thecause theusc thecauso
cause causo usc Always after eating I would wOl d find flndmyself findznyself findinsself
myself practically helpless and when I Ireadied IreacIled Ireached
readied home st night could only find findr f1ndlie findrelief
r relief lief lie after dinner by throwing myself on onthe onthe onthe
the lounge and hardly speaking a dozen dozenTvords dozenwords dozenwords
words to my family the entire evening eveningand eveningimd eveninggad
and as a last resort 50 0 to bed bedI
I could look back to the days when I ITvas ITiR8 I9a5
Tvas TiR8 athletic and full of ambition but butwhat buthat butwhat
what hat made the change I could not figure figurecut figureou figurecu
cut ou I lost eighteen pounds of flesh and andseemed andseened andseemed
seemed to be entering a chronic state of ofinvolidism ofinvnlidism ofinvalidism
invalidism involidismOne invnlidismOne invalidismOne
One day my eye caught the argument argumentin
in one of the advertisements n vert s mcnts of o Postumood Postum PostnmFooti
3 Footi ood Coffee and It occurred to t > me that thatperhaps thatpeL11aps thatperhaps
perhaps coffee was getting g tting in i Its work workon workon worken
on me without my knowledge At any anyrate anyrater anyrate
rate rater I must do something so I quit quitdrinking quitdrinking quitdrinking
drinking coffee altogether and took on onPostum onPostum onPostum
Postum and also began the use of Grape GrapeNuts Grapeum GrapeNnts
Nuts um Breakfast Food In In a a short time I Ibegan Ibegan Ibegan
began Jo t enjoy life again Found myself myselfrunniag myselfrnnni1g myselfrunning
running rnnni1g up stairs two steps at a time timeand tImeand timeand
and a general return of energy ambition ambitionand ambitionand ambitionand
and strength I not only regained my myeighteen myfrlghteen myr
r eighteen pounds but put seven more on ontop 011op o otop
top op of it it Now we always have Grape GrapeNuts GrapeNuts GrapeTuts
Nuts and Postum each meal The chil children children chitdren ¬
dren drink the Food Coffee as a i well as aswife aswire as1re
wife 1re and myself mysclfand and I will guarantee guaranteethere guaranteethere guaranteethere
there is no healthier family lm ftimiI il In NewYork New Newrork NeWyork
york York Phil M 1rL Farley iso Williams St StNew StNew StNew
New York
GENERAL BAZBN DEAD DEADAn DElilln DElillAnttnek D111 D111An
n
An Anttnek Attack of o Xervonn lic ouCProltrnt1on ouCProltrnt1onPrOTCS Prostration ProstrationTroves ProstrationProves
Troves Fatal FatalGen FatnlGen FatalCon
Gen A D Hnzen Hazen exAssistant Post Postmaster Postmaster Postmaster ¬
master General died at 1050 l 30 oclock last lastnight lastnight lastnight
night at his residence 1221 I L Street Streetnorthwest Streetnorthwest Streetnorthwest
northwest northwestGeneral northwestGeneral northwestGeneral
General Hazen had been in very jx poor JOorh poorhealth > or orhealth
health h alth for the past three years The Im Immediate immediate immediate ¬
mediate cause of cfhis his death is not known knownbut kJlot1lhut itnownbut
but Is supposed to have been a severe at attack attack attack ¬
tack of nervous prostration prostrationFuneral prostrationFuneral prostrationFuneral
Funeral services services will be held tomorrow tomorrowat
at 4 oclock oclo k after which the remains will willbe wiUbe willbe
be conveyed to Mount Bethel Northamp Northampton Northampton Northampten ¬
ton Cottuiy Pa for intermentGeneral interment intermentGeneral IntermentGeneral
General Hazen was born sixtyone years yearsago yeargago yearsago
ago ago arid celebrated ce cbrated his thirtysixth wed wedding wcddinganniversary weddinganniversary ¬
ding dinganniversary anniversary the thelpth Ifith of last month monthHe monthe monthHe
He e entered enter d the Postofure Postoffice Department Departmentmany DepartDEntmany Departmentmany
many years ago as a 1360 O clerk and andwas andwas andwas
was promoted to chief of the Division of ofPostage ofPostage ofPostagq
Postage Stamps July 1 1577 he was ap appointed appointed appointed ¬
pointed undeV Postmaster Postmaster Cineral eraI David David1L DavidL DavidM
1L L Key Third Assistant Post Postnaster Master Gen Ceueral General General ¬
eral under which appointmeJc he served serveduntil serveduntil serveduntil
until April 1 11857 11857He lIST 1SS7He lISTHe
He was > reappointed reappoi led March 18 1883 and andservedthrough andseIedthrough andservedthrough
servedthrough Harrisons Administration Administrationretinas AdmInistrationrctlrigg dmlnistratldn dmlnistratldnreUrii
retinas from official life May 19 1893 1893After 183After 1893After
After leaving public life ife he became an anattorney analt anatthrney
attorney alt rncY and had ha been en fiscal scal agent in inWashington inashingtonfar inWashlngtonfor
Washington ashingtonfar for the State of Pennsylvania Pennsylvaniafor Pennsylvaniaforscveral
forscveral for several years yearsHe yearsH yearsHe
He H leavesavridowand leav sa idow nd one daughter da1ighi < i Mrs MrsH HiH MrsH
H H C Duffey Duffeyand and five brothers brothergDr Dr David DavidH DavidlL DavidH
H lL Hazen and Dr William P PC C Hazen Hazenboth Hazenboth Hazenboth
both of Washington WashingtoI and Messrs essrs W Scott ScottHazen ScottH
H Hazen Zen zen Jacob J Hazen H zen and Nathan Hazen Hazenall Hazenall Hazenall
all of Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaBABCOCK PennsylaniaBABCOCK PennsylvanlsBABCOCK
BABCOCK TO FIGHT COMBINES COMBINESWill COMBn COMBnill COMBINESwill
Will ill Introduce His lIi AntiTrust t Dill at atRepresentative atOpportune atOpportune
Opportune Tln TlnRepresentative Time TimeRepresentative
Representative Babcock of Wisconsin Wisconsinwho WisconsInwho Wisconsinwho
who is frequently referred to by some of ofhis ofhis ofhis
his Republican colleagues co leagues as the Trust TrustSmasher TrustSmacher TrustSmasher
Smasher is still determined to earn arn the thetitle th thtitie thetitle
title He has not yet introduced introduc d his hismeasure hismeasure I
measure J11C ure looking to to t the removal of tanS tariJIduties tarl tarlduties tanSduties
duties from trust manufactured maDu ctured goods goodsbut goodsbut goodsbut
but says he will wilido do so 0 as soon as he con considers conS conalders ¬
S alders dea15 the moment moment opportune opportuneI
I am determined d6t rmined to make make the fight he hesaid head hesaid
said ad today and I I expect e ct to find a gooi gooideal goo1deal gooideal
deal 6f support on the Republican side I Ihave Ihave Ihave
have heard he rd that hat rome people are trying tryingto tyingto tryingto
to induce the Speaker S kerto to fail to place me meback meback meback
back on the Ways Way and Means eans Committee CommitteeI
I do o Hot think anyone influential enough enoughto nwghto
to bring this about has h ha yet et had the Speakens Speak Speakers Speakers ¬
ers car carAs carAs carAs
As far as I am concerned COIC Ded I would be bejust bejust bejust
just as well eIl pl pleased ised if I did DOt get g back backon backon backon
on the committee committ for I would then be beentirely beentirely beentirely
entirely free sad d unhampered in toe fight fightBut UghtD 1i ht
I
D But t If I am not pat back it will cot be beon beon beon
on personal peITi > nal grounds cuns It will be because becauseI b caute I II
I am representing rC a certain principle piincipleAnd p principleAnti
And nd to toJigr fjsbi a prjaciple in that way woulJ woulJfamish woullfnrnish wouliftrnish
famish a very dangerous precedentIrtJNCIPAL precedent precedent2nnncrpAi preced nt ntHU1ITCIPAL
2nnncrpAi SOSPITAJ EOSPITALProgramme PLOTS PLOTSArranged PLANSProrJnlnle
ProrJnlnle Arranged lrr1n ell for the C CAs Cone ContJ Cone3istiion
3istiion J ti1ioil of eaitcetH eaitcetHlS cbittsAs
As lS a reSult result of the conference between betweens betweentle
U tle s Bisffiet Disfii Commissioners and aBd Mr Ir Ed Edmund Edmend ¬
mund M M Wheelwright Wll el righl the advisory adyi5o ar architect nrehitect r rchitect ¬
chitect last week the programme of com competition competition cornpetition ¬
petition for r the plans of the proposed proposedmunicipal proposedissunicipal
municipal hospital building has been proposeul pre prepared preI peepared ¬
I pared and is now ready for distribution distributionThe distributionThe distributionThe
The main features of the programme programmeare pr gramme grammeare
are that the th preliminaryphms or sketchesfor sketches sketchesfor sketchesfor
for the proposed buildings shaH be sub submitted submitted submitteil ¬
mitted to the District Commissioners not notlater notlater notlater
later than February S 1992 1992These 1mThese 1902These
These sketches will not be accompanied accompaniedwith lccompaniedwith accompaniedwith
with any detail drawing but shall be preliminary pre preliminary pelimirari ¬
liminary plans only From them the pro programme programme programme ¬
gramme announces announc s the Commissioners Commissionersand
I and their professional prGres ional adviser will select selectthree selectI selectthree
I three plans the makers of which hieh will be berequired berequied berequired
required to submit detail drawings drawingsFrom drawingsFrom drawingsFrom
From these three the final plans will be beselected beselected beselected
selected Certain specifications relative relativeto
to the preliminary drawings are contained containedin
in the programme of a professional and andtechnical andtechnical andtechnical
technical nature natureIt natureIt natureIt
It will be recalled that several s e months monthsago monthsago monthsago
ago the Commissioners Co missioners advertised for forplans forplans forplans
plans through a specially prepared pro programme programme programme ¬
gramme Architects wishing to compete competestated competestated competestated
stated that they nero e er2 s unable to do so on onaccount oni onaccount
i account of the labor required in the prep preparation prepI preparation ¬
I aration of the plans They also expressed expresseddissatisfaction expressedI expresseddissatisfaction
dissatisfaction di5S3ti5r CUn with the entire absence of ofprofessional ofprofessional ofprofessional
professional talent in the selection sel ction of ofthe ofthe ofthe
I the plans plansThis plansThis plansThis
This led to the abandonment of the orig original origI original ¬
I inal plan and to the appointment of MrWhcelwright Mr MrWheelwright MrWhcelwright
Whcelwright the professional architect architectas arc itect itectas
as the adviser of the Commissioners in indrawing inI indrawing
drawing up the programme and in the thefinal the1lnal thefinal
final selection of plans plansTO plansTO plansTO
I
TO TO PROHIBIT FOOTBALL 5OOTBAIiRepresentative FOOTB FOOTBALLRepresentative to TT TTnepresentaH
Representative e VacIitcr to Offer n nKill anUl
Kill six to AvmjOkavy Cadets CnilctwThe Cn CadetsThe cts ctsThe
The intense rivalry that exists between betweentic betweenthe betweenthe
the cadets at Vest Point and Annapolis Annapolisfor Amlapollsfor Annapolisfor
for supremacy on the gridiron ndiron has aroused arousedRepresentative arousedReprescntltie arousedRepresentative
Representative Frank C C Wachter the themember theI themember
member from Baltimore to opposition oppositionfectual oppositionHe
He is drafting drarti 5 a measure to put an e efectual ef effectual
I
fectual stop to the annual contest between betweenthese betweenthese betweenthese
these two scholastic branches of the Gov Government Governmcnt Government ¬
ernment service sen Ce Representative Wachter Wachtersays Wachtersays Wachtersays
says that football Is not sport in the real realsense rolsDSe realcease
sense of the th word and Characterizes kr eierizes the thegame thehiime theguise
game as brutal and inhuman inhumanTbe inhmanThe inhumanThe
The legislative action that Mr lr Wacliler Waclilerproposes Wachlelrro Wachtcrproposes
proposes rro OStS to introduce intro n will Dc oe in the shape shapeof shapeof shapeof
of a joint resolution rcs l tion in walch w ieh he Rill willstate Rillstale ill illstate
state that such uh contests arc contrary to tothe tothe tothe
the intent and a d purposes of the Govern Government Go Governmeat rn rnnt ¬
meat nt in insending sending seudifl the future defenders of oftheir oftheir oftheir
their country to school s hool to be educated in inthe Inthe Inthe
the science of warfare and is not includedJQ included includedjn
JQ jn their curriculum curriculunjTbat curriculumThat curriculuntThat
That football between the cadets was wasrecognized wasI wasrecognized
recognized by official o IDc b1 of f thv th < War and andNavy andNavy andNavy
Navy Departments Departmentswas was suoriz3 u lri to the theMaryland tileMzry1and theMaryland
I Maryland Congressman and Us 1 is 3 endorse endorsement endorsement endorsemeat ¬
ment by IsythcPresident the t cPresident President vrho tr attended the therecent therecent therecent
recent same was beyond jcnd Mr Ir Wachters Wachterscomprehension WachterseOml WachterscomprehEnsion
comprehension comprehensionGEN eOml comprehEnsionGEN llE nSlon nSlonGEN
GEN GEOSVERTOS GROSVRiJORAGATIJ AGAHJ HAPPy ELAPPYMany HAPPyJIuny flAppy3lnny
Many Oluinses CII nef Among Anlon Representa Representative ReIrC RepresenV Icntn Icntnthex < ¬
V tive lives Give GIT Him His Old Sent SentRepresentative SentRcprsentatiyc SentReprqsentativc
Representative Grosvenor secured pos possession po posession ¬
I session of his old oltlscat scat in the House yesi yesiterday yes yesterday yesterday
terday and was s very cry much pleased Jt Jthad Ithad Hhad
had fallen into V the hands of Representa Representative Representative Representstree ¬
tive lalzoll but through the courtesy of ofRepresentatives ofRepresentatics ofRepresentatives
Representatives Morrell of Pennsylvania Pennsylvaniaand
and an Tompkins 6f oroiro Ohio dh o Mr Ir Grosvenor was wasgiven wasgiycn wasgiven
given the seat s at directly lr ctly behind the one he heformerly beformerly heformerly
formerly occupied occupiedYesterday occliedYtStorday occupiedYesterday
Yesterday Mr lr Dalzell exchanged scats scatswitJi scatswith seatswitit
with Mr Wright of Iowa thereby secur securing securing securlug ¬
ing an n aisle ileseat seat in the first aisle from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the centre on op the Republican side and andnear andnear andnear
near Mr Ir Payne the floor leader leaderMr leaderMr
Mr 11 Wright WrIghttbenoxchnnged then exchanged wilh Rep Representative Representatie Representstive ¬
resentative Grosvenor and the latter had hadhis hadhi hadhi
his hi > old scat cars cncemore cncemoreCOLONEL more moreCOLONEL moreCOLONEL
COLONEL SABHT TO SPB SPBAddress SPEAK SPEAKIlress SPEAKAddress
Address Ilress by the Iteform Christian ChristianScientist ChristianScientist ChristianScientist
Scientist Xext ext Sunday SundayThe SnDtiny SnDtinyTbc SnnIayThe
The fourth of the series of V nonsecta nonsectarian nonsectarian nonscalanan ¬
rian nan and interdenominational int rdenomilatiox l V evangelis evangelistic e evangellstfc gells gellstIc ¬
tic services scnices under the direction of the Rev RevGeorge RevGeorge RevGeorge
George Buckler will be held in the Comes Columbia Colnmbia Comesbla ¬
bia Theatre next Sunday evening enlD at 745 745oclock 745oclock 745oclock
oclock oclockThe oclockThe oclockThe
The principal princip 11 address of tho evening eveningwill eenIngWill eveningwill
will be made by Col Oliver C Sabin the theReform theReform theReform
Reform Christian Scientist There will be beno beno beno
no reserved reser edscatsnnd scats and no tickets All Allscats Allseals AllScala
scats will be free No collection will betaken be betaken betaken
taken during ths service but buta a sliver off offfering ot otfering Offening
fering will be e received at attbc the door doorV
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LONDON COMMENT COMMENTON COMMENTON COMMENTON
ON THE MESSAGE MESSAGETHE
THE HE POLICIES POLICIESEnglish WELL WELLREOEIVED WELLREOEIVEDEn RECEIVED RECEIVEDEnglish
En English lIH11 Support of Monroe DoctrIne UoetrlneIilkcly DoctrIneL1kelSotznds floetrinLlkelySound
Iilkcly L1kelSotznds Sonnds the the Doom Doom of En Enropcan Europcan Enropean
ropcan Ambitions in South SoutkAmerica SonthAmerica SouthJnerlen
America AmericaLONDON AmericaLONDON Jnerlen JnerlenLO
LONDON LO mO Dec D e4AIIthe 4 4Allthe Allthe afigrnoon pa papers papens a apers ¬
pers comment on President V Roosevelts Roosceltsmessage Rooseveltsmessage Rooseveltsmessage
V V 0 0The
message messageThe V
The Pall Mall Gazette thinks the themessage themessage th thmessage
message will will be something so e hinE of a a surprise surpriseto surpriseto surpriscto
to those who had expected to find therein thereinthe thereinthe thorelsthe
the dashing daredeviltry of the com commander commander cornmender ¬
mander of the Rough Riders The Presi President President President ¬
dent dent on tho other hand has become con conservative eonsenativc conservative ¬
servative almost reactionary rC ac < nory The coGa coGa2etle Ga Gazette Gazette ¬
zette concludes by declaring that th1 the thePresidents thePresidents thePresidents
Presidents enunciation of the Monroe MonroeDoctrine MonroeDoctrine MonroeDoctrlne
Doctrine will meet IIlCi metitli l witTi universal univ rsat accept acceptance acceptanee ccept cceptance ¬
ance not only in the old country but butthroughout butthroughout bulthroughout
throughout Europe EuropeStrikes EuropeStrikes EuropeStrik V
Strikes Strik n Strong Stron Note NoteThe NoteThe
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The coSt St James Gazette Gai tteY says s ys the themes themessage mes message message ¬
sage strikes strikesa a note of conscious strength strengthand strengthand strengthand
and assured success It welcomes the theIsthmian theIsthmian theIzthmian
Isthmian Canal treaty tr ati as removing removing the thechances thechnces thechknces
chances of friction to which any Joint Jointobligations jointobligations jointobligattons
obligations would havo given rise ris The TheGazette TheGazelte TheGazette
Gazette condemns any repetition of tho thoold thoold theold
old sneer about graceful concessions in inconnection inconnection inconnection
connection with tho ClaytonBulwer ClaytonBulwerTreaty GlaytonBuiwerTreat ClaytonBulwerTreaty
Treaty Treat
V VThe
The American Doctrine DoctrineThe DoctrIne DoctrIneThe floctrineThe
The Westminster Gazette devotes devotespractically devotespraeti devotespractically
practically praeti llY the whole ot its leader to the thePresidents thePresidents thePresidents
Presidents reference to the Monroe lonroe Doc Doctrine Doctrine Doelilac ¬
trine which It thinks will cause ause a lint flutter 1lutter lintter ¬
ter throughout Europe It says the Amer American American Amerlean ¬
ican doctrine backed by the American Americansurplus Americansurplus Americansurplus
surplus moans that many European am ambitions ambitions ambitioss ¬
bitions in in South America are foredoomed foredoomedto
to failure failureThe failureThe failureThe
The paper thinks that it is Great Brit Britains Brltains Bnitains ¬
ains policy to stand by the United States Statesbut Statesbut Statesbet
but but concludes the Gazette the theclaims theclaims theclaims
claims of the United States must seem in inordiaate inordinate inordinate
ordinate to many of our European neigh neighbors neighbors neighhors ¬
bors borsOLD
OLD SOLDIER FOUND FO DEAD DEADAVirinril DEADVinarl1 DEADWiflard
AVirinril Fnles Veteran of the Army Armyand Arm Armond Armyanti
and Soldiers Home minute InmatcWillard Iumntt IumnttWillard minuteWillard
Willard Fales was iS found dead in the thewoods thewoods thewoods
woods on the theRobiDSn Robinson estate estatenorUz north of the theSoWiers theSoldiers theSoldiers
Soldiers Home about S oclook this tkismorains thismorni thismorning
morning morainsHe morni morniHe morninglie
He was an ismata of the home sad s sveteran Jl Jleteran areteran
veteran of twenty years service 501i < e In the theUnion theGniGn theGsloa
Union armY annrThe armyThe
The body was removed to tothemorgue tothemorguehere the hVrgije hVrgijewhere morgue morguewhere I
where here the Coroner has directed that aa aaautopsy af afautcpy anautopsy
autopsy autcpy be b held this afternoon afernoon Death Deth is isbelieved i Isbelieved
believed belive believed to have bc resulted resule from fom alcoholism alcoholismand alcohlsm alcohlsmand alcoholismand I
and eiuosure eiuosureFales ex ure ureFales V VFates
Fales was ws fiftyeight fftyeight years old and andntive a anative anative
native ntive of Michigan Michign During the civil cvi war warhe warhe
he Ie was ws a captain in a colored regimentand regiment regimentand regimnt regimntand I
and afterward aferrd enlisted e Uted in the regular regulararmy reglar reglarary regulararmy
army ary where whre he was assigned a 5iged to Company CompanyK
K of the Sixteenth Siteet Infantry InfantryAt Infntry InfntryAt I
honorably honorablydischarged honorablydIsharged honorablyEliecharged
At his own request he 11 was
discharged dIsharged March 1 rcb 9 iSIS Since then he hehas behas hehas
has frequently freuenty V lived lve at the Soldiers SoldiersHoiae Soldier Soldlershome
Home returning returning there tere last lst Sunday SundayOn Sundy SundyOn SundayOn I
On Monday Xony night he was found in an a in intoxicated intoxlctedcnditon intoxlcatedconditioa ¬
toxicated toxlctedcnditon toxlcatedconditioa condition in i the vestibule ctbl of the thegovernors tk thegovernors
governors govenrs Quarters quarer of theTiomeaad t1tf the11ome ome nd was waslocked ws wsloke waslocked
locked loke up at the Tenth precinct precin t until unthe unthes he hesobered hesobered
sobered s bere up Last Sight night he was w absent abseatfrom absentfrom bt btfrom
from the home hme mtcut without leave l ave and was wasseca wasceca
seen under the influence infuence of liquor liquorCOM3CSSABY lQuor lQuorCOSSARY liquorCOMIIISSAEY
COM3CSSABY OF HOLY LAND IANDy L LTe LANDPhe
Te Phe lery er y Rev Re Leonard TfcTrUirchen TfcTrUirchennted NeirklrchenAppointed eukirelleu eukirelleuAploInted
Appointed nted I by > y tleneral ot Order OrderThe OrlerTh OrderTha
The Th Very Rev R Leonard LC lml Newkirchea Xewkirchc O F F3L Fhas
3L 3 has been ben appointed appjn ed cojnmissary of the theHoly theHoly theHoly
Holy Land Lnd for the United GnIed States Sttes to suc succeed succeed sueceed ¬
ceed the Rev Godfrey Schilling Scbilng The TheFranciscan Te TeFrancis TheFranciscan
Franciscan Francis n Monastery of Mount St Se Sepulchre Se Sepulchre Sopulchre ¬
pulchre located just beyond bCjond Brookland Brooklandwill DrOkland DrOklandwil Broeklaudwill
will wil be his hi headquarters headquartersThe headquarters headquartersThe
The Te appointment ap intment was as made at Rome by bythe bythe bythe
the general of the order and the an announcement a anouncement announcement ¬
nouncement has only just been received receivedby receive receivedby
by the Brookland monastery monasteryFather monater monasteryFather
Father Fater Newkirchen Is now noW in Rome Romewhere Romewhere Romewhere
where he has hs been b en for some time tme past pastthe pt ptthe pastthe
the secretary seretry general at the Curia Cra He Heis Heis Heis
is expected excted to leave there at once for forAmerica forAmerica formenIcn
America The term of his hs appointment appointmen is isfor i5for isfor
for six si years yearsfunds yers yersHe yearsHe
He wl wIll have chrge charge of the raising of offunds offunds
funds for the Holy Land Lnd throughout throus out the thethree thetre thethree
three tre jurisdictions jurisdiction in the United Unie States Statesthe State Statesthe
the province prvince of St Louis which hch includes includesall include includeal includesall
all al monasteries monateries west of the Mississippi Mississippithe Missippi Missippitbe
the province prolce of Cincinnati CincInnti which embranes em embraces embr ¬
braces br those thos between betwee the Alleghenies Aleghnies and andthe andte andthe
the te Mississippi Missisippi and the province of Buf Buffalo Buffalo Buttab ¬
falo tab which includes the eastern estern ones onesFathtir Qne onesFather
Father Fat r Newkirchen Xewkcben will wil also be superior superiorat sup rior riorat
at Mount SL S1 Sepulchre SepulchrePINED Sepulche SepulcheFD SepulchrePINED
PINED FD Hm E HIS 1 LIMIT LIMITHospitnl L LIpitl LIMITHpitai
Hospitnl Ipitl Corps Corl Minx Inn Attacks Atnck the theAlexander theUanl theManitby
Manitby Uanl n 1105e 1105eAlexnder V
Alexander Alexnder W V Goodwin twentytwo twentytwoyears twentytwoyer twentytwoyears
years yer old a member of the V Hospital HospitalCorps lositl lositlCors ffoitslCorps
Corps Cors was w a prisoner in the te Police Polce Court Courttoday Courttoday Courttoday
today charged chaed with wi l disorderly disorerly conduct conductand conductand conductand
and destroying public publc property propertyA proper properfl
fl A policeman plceman testified testfed that the young youngman youngian youngman
man ian was s undr und r the influence infuence of liquor liquoryesterday lquor lquorJesterda liquorgestcrday
yesterday and that when ordered ordere out of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Slaultby aulby Building Buiding now used as an an annex anne anocx ¬
nex to the United States Senate went to tothe tothe tothe
ne
the rear of the building buidIng and rammed rane his hisfist hIsfist hislist
door doorWhat doorVhat doorWhat
fist through a glass glas
What have you tt to > sayT say asked Judge JudgeKimball JudgeKmbaI JudgeEimball
VVV V
Kimball KimballNothing KmbaI
Nothing Not ing except that Im rm due to leave leavefor leve levefor leavefor
for the Philippines Phippines tonight answered answeredGoodwin answeredGoodwin
Goodwin GoodwinHow GGodwil V V VV VHow V
How much have you youSix youSix youSix
Six dollars dollarsThree doI dollarsThree r
Three dollars dolars In each case said his hishonor hishonor hishonor
honor honorSTBTJCK honorSTRUCK honorSTBUCE V
STRUCK A SWITCH SWTC ENGINE ENGINEA EGnr EGnrA
A Passenger Train Deraicd Derailed nt Slier ShermcriUe SlierV
V mcrville mcriUe Pa PaCHICAGO PaCHICAG PaCHICAGO
CHICAGO CHICAG Dec 4 4A A ADaSSenger passenger train trainon trainon trainsn
on the Chicago Chicgo Milwaukee Miwaukee and andSt St at Paul PaulRailroad PaulRairoad PaulRailroad
Railroad Rairoad going at fifty fy miles m 4i1 an an hour was waswrecked waswrecked as aswr
wrecked wr cked last night nIgt at Shermerville Sherervle a asmall asml asmall
small sml station staton about twenty miles mies from fromChicago fromChic fromChicaro
Chicago ChicagoThe Chic V V
The train collided colded with a switch swich engine enginestanding enginestanding enginestanding
standing en CI a siding siing Taut ut jutting juting slightly slightlyput slghtly slghtlyQut slightlyest
put est on the main track The passengersngine passenger passengerengine pass nger ngerengine
engine was ws overturned and all al the c coach coache mach machen jach jaches
es e left lei the rails rais They were not ntipped ntippedover tipped tippedover tippedaver
over however hower and ad only o IY two passengerswere pascngerswere passengers 3ssMgcrsere
were ere hurt hnr beside Engineer EngneerPich EngineisrPritch Pritchard rd and andFireman ad adFireman andFireman
Fireman Pubble PubblePritchard Plbble PlbblePdtcllard FVobblePritchard
Pritchard suffered sufered a fracture of of the theright te teright therIght
right arm and a a scalp calp wound Both of ofRubbles o oRubbles ofRubbles
Rubbles legs leg were broken and several severalof severalor severalDf
of his ribs were wereractured wereracturedTe fractured fracturedThe fracturedThe
The Te track was ws blockaded last night night No Notrains Notins Notrains
trains tins were ere run rn on n the Milwaukee Mhruee branch branchof branchof branchsftheroad
of sftheroad the road roadEDSSEYN rod rodOSSL V V VOSSLYN
EDSSEYN OSSL SUES SUS FOB FOI DIVOSCE DIVOSCEBrings DIVOBCEBrings IORCE IORCEDrngs
Brings Drngs Action Acton Agniiac gniv the theCount Countess Countessoa C nntts5 nntts5on
on Grounds Gronn oLDserton oLDsertonEDlUGH of Desertion DesertionEDINBURGH PesertionEDINBURGH
EDINBURGH EDlUGH Dec 4 4Lord Lord Lrd Rosslyn RssJy has liasbrought hasbrought baabrought
brought a new ew action acton for divorce on the theground thegoud theground
ground goud of desertion deserion by his hi wife wifeA wie wlfeA
A A similar simlar action acton against agInst the countess on onthe onthe onthe
the same se technical t chIc1 ground go ndw3 was brought broughtlast br broughtlast l ght ghtlast
last February Febry T but > ut was as abandoned a onedon on Oc October October OcLober ¬
tober 22 2
Stops StoPI the t1 Coach Coachana Con Coughand h
ana nd W Works V rkO rka Oft the Cold voIdLaxatzve Coldlaxative Co1aIU
laxative IU BroaioQmnine BrooQuiie Tablets T3ble euro 01 a cold old ld io ioone inone
one day d Ko 1o cure Cr no pay p Pries Pc5cet 25 cents
MISS MS ll8 P0ARRESTEIL P0ARRESTEILMluslngGitl CROPSEY OROPSE ARRESTED ARRESTEDHIgsIiisrGIt ATE ATEYlssnghl
HIgsIiisrGIt Ylssnghl Found in Wilson Vll lIon on N > C CIVitli Clith CWitli
IVitli lith a n Man atanNORFOLK ManKOROL ManNORFOLK
NORFOLK KOROL Va Dec 4Miss 4 Miss Nell NellCropsey NeI NeICropsey NellCropsey
Cropsey aged a eighteen eIgh en who has ha been beenmissing behrmissing
missing mising frpnSher fro cr hoine bom in a Elizabeth Elzbeth City CityvIn Cly CityN be
N C C S sIne In oem1cr ovemVer 12 V was ns arrested arrestedin arrestecin
In Wilson Wilsonalg nson frf C today toasY3nd and positively positivelyidentified posIUv posttive1identified y yidentfed V
V
identified identifiedShe identfed identfedShe identifiedV identifiedShe V
She is fifl3g being einghe1 held for f r her father fatherThe latherThe tathqrThe
The girl appeared appered in Wilson Wil 7lIon on today with witha wih wiha witha
a man manTTZHOIT man
manUI01 UNION UI01 DEEOT D T AND A KLL KLLrnrlc LL LLPark V VPark
Park Commissioner Comml ners nUll Others OthersConfer OthersConr OthersConfer
V
Confer Conr ron on Plans PlansThe PlansThe PlansThe
The members mem membersrtho erste i > F the Park Commission Commissionconsisting Ctmmlssonf Ctmmlssonfconsistng CemmisslonConsisting
consisting consistng of Chairman Cbirm Burnham Tunham and andMossrs andMessrs
Mossrs Messr Olmated Omted and MeRlin rcKm Mr Ir Post Postarchitect Pos Posa Post Postarchitect
architect a hiect of the b neTvhulIding new buUdlng for or the De Department D Dparment Dcpartment ¬
partment parment of lrstc sistlce Senator McMillan McMillanand 1lc McMlllanand lman lmanad
and ad Representative Represe tvo Babcock and several severalother senralother severalother
other omclals met met this morning morng in the theSenate tbeSenate theSenate
Senate Committee Comittee Room for the th District Districtot Distict Distictof Districtof
of Columbia Columbia 1d bud an d discussed dscused plans for a aunion a auion a aunion
union uion station V and the beautifying b autr ing of the theMall theral theMall
Mall MallThe ral V VThe
The Park Commissioners submitted submitd a anumber annmber a anumber
number of lans aar and drawings for tho thounion thounion theunlois
aI drawing
union station sta ion and the improvement of ofthe 61the f ftho
the Mall Ml which whichvll will be Incorporated d in intheir Intheir intheir
their report to t the Senate The plans plansand plansand plansand
and drawings drawing will wl wIllV wIllbe V bo sent to to the Public PublicPrinter Pubic PublicPrinter
Printer Pinter this ireek ireekLater fek fekLatr ok okLater
Later Latr In the h afternoon ifter eron ooa the Engineer EngineerCommissioner Engi EninecrCommlssiOsiec ecr ecrComml8i
Commissioner Comml8i J r of ot ottlie the District and his as assistant assisunt assistant ¬
sistant sisunt joined join the tc conference jind and nd went wentover wentover wontover
over the situation situ to with wih the Park P rk Com Commission Commission Cornmission ¬
mission missionSHOWEft missionSHOWER missionSHOWER
SHOWER HONORS HONORSM HONORSON V VV VWASHIITGTOL V
M WASHUGTOE WASHUGTOEAfflSALOOH VI WASHIITGTOLMTISkLOOI ASH GT ON ONATInOOi
AfflSALOOH ATInOOi LEAGUE LAGUE ELEUPION ELEUPIONDr EGON EGONDr
Dr Wilson vn on Chosen President and 3Ir JIrEwin MrEwin 3IrEivin
lCscn
Ewin Corresponding SecretaryXntonnl SecretaryNational Secretary SecretaryXntlonnl
Xntonnl National Capital Selected for3I for3iectin for forMeeting
3I 3iectin Meeting cU Ilnce for 10 10Honor 10051Honors 19OJI 19OJIHonors
Honors Honor were eres1owered showered upon Wahin Wahinto Washington Washing Washington ¬
ton to at this thi mordiags rDngs son session in the First FirstCongregational Fir FirstCongregatiuni
Congregational Church of the national nationalconvention nationalconveatiole
ConegU Crch te naton natonconvet
convention convet ef the tl American Americ AntiSaloon AntiSaloonLesjpie AntSlon AntSlonLe AntiSaloonLeapse
Lesjpie LesjpieIn Le Leapselit
V
In the first frt ftrVg l l ec V e the Rev fv Dr Luther LutherB LutherB
B B Wilson ison pastor pl paat r rof of the t Foundry Xetbe Xetbedist Xet Methedist
dist dit Eptese EpIsaelcherch Ep VChwrcb urch was ws elected let pros prosIdest president pe peidut ¬
ident idut Dr13H6 D Dr0osu n bra bc been ben acting presi president pret pretdeRt prestdent ¬
dent since since4hdeath C tbxfcfdeth deth of o Mr Ir Hiram Hirm Price Pricewlto Pricewh Pricewho
who wh had ben I pram presiient ret est since the te organ organization crganizatlon rgn rgniin ¬
ization iin of thg th th society cefy and ad who died di May ay
30 30Sir 3
Sir Irr ETVin Eui EniztCorrOspondlng Correspond o rc8Pondln Ins Secretary SecretaryThen Secretar SecretarThn SecretaryThen
Then Thn Mjc Mi Jamas J Ja aaiea L LEwin Ia Bwin who is i one oneof O oneof
of a tae te most mol ardent en t workers workers of the local localsociety localsociety
society siety was ws wa wacorresponding eleted eke corresponding correponding secre secretary s secretary re retry ¬
tary try a acwfofiWe nr neoe ole created crete yesterday yesterdayAt yeterd y
At the t meatiag m ng of the theboard board bor of directors directorsheld dlreto dlretohld directorsheld I
held hld Imaoedlately 1 lely after the morning see session ses sesSlOB seesine ¬
SlOB it was ws decided die after afer much discus discussion discussio dleusales ¬
sio ales to held held the t e next annual convention conventionof conento
in tils this ciy city t the week cek after the opening openingo Openingof V
of o C c cgtrs Bgr F8 ia J 3embr eraber br 1902 1 1902Other v vOther
Other Officers O er Named NamedThe XamcdTe NamedThe
The Te otS ot1i r JgScers e elected were were as fol follows follow follows ¬
low lows Vice VIc VieePresentgMr Presents Pree tMr Mr DStuart DStuartDoge DStuartDogeXew DStuartDodge DStuartDodgeNew Dodge DodgeNew
New York Bishop Bisbp J W Hamilton Hamiton D D DCalifornia DCUroria DCalifornia
California CUroria Hon John ohn D Long Lng Secretary Secretaryof
of the Navy ln Bishop Bip Benjamin W ArnettWashington Arnett ArnettWashington
Washington Washingon Judge Charles Cbarl A Pollock PollockNorth Polok PollockNorth
North Xorh Dakotr Dkot Dakota Bishop Bihop C B Galloway Galowy D DD DD 1 1D
D the Rev ReFther Father James ames 31 i Cleary ClearyMinnesota C ClesryMinnesots
Minnesota MinnesotaGeneral Minneota MinnesotsGeneral
General Generl Superintendent Suprintend SuperintendentThe ntThe The Rev H H HRussell 11Russell 1
Russell Russel D D New ew York TorkLegislative York YorkLegislative I
Legislative Lgislatv Superintendent SupIntendentThe SuperintendentThe The Rev E EC BC
C DinwWdie Dnwiddie Washington Was lgto D C CSecretary CSeretryHon CSecretaryHon
Secretary SeretryHon SecretaryHon Hon S E E Nicholson Balti Baltimore Baltimore Baltimore ¬
more Md MdTreasurer MdTresrrDaie MdTrensurarDaniel
Treasurer TresrrDaie TrensurarDaniel Daniel H Carroll Caol Bait Baltimore Baitimore Baitmore ¬
more Md MdThe MdThe 1d
The Te 1dTe Executive Committee CommitteeThe Commitee CommiteeThe CommitteeThe
The national natonal executive eecutve committee commitee as aselected ascleted aselected
elected cleted consists of the officers ofcers and nd ths fol following following following ¬
lowing The Rev Floyd W TompKns TompKnsPhiladelphia Tompln TompinsPhiladelphia
Phildelphia Philadelphia F M M Bradley Washingon Washington WashingtonD
D C c Cal B n E F Hitter Riter Indianapolis IndianapolisMr Indianapols IndianapolsMr
Mr Edward I dwaI H Haskell Haskel Boston Mrs I L LM
M o N Stevens President Peident National latonal Wom Womens Womcns Wornens ¬
ens Temperance Tempernce Union Mrs Mr B E J Phin Phinney Phinney PhinThey
ney Cleveland Clelad Mr M G V W V Hawfcsharst HawfcsharstFalls Hakh HawkshurstFalls rst
Falls Church Va a the Rev W Y B Pal Palmore Palmore Palmore
Fals
more D D St Louis LouisSuperintendents Lui LouisSuperintendents
Superintendents SUrnten en of various vriol1S C3tC ° ate Anti AntiSaloon Ant AntiSaloon
Saloon Slon sion Leagues Lages made mde reports the see seesion session s s ssion ¬
sionLEIETEWS
LEISEBTH LEIETEWS LEIBEETEWINS WINS HIS m TIGHT TIGHTPresident FIGH FIGHPrcgldent FIGETPresident
President Roosevelt Names Him lhn for TorInternal EorInerl forInformal
Internal Inerl Revenue Re cn e Collector CollectorGeorge CoIector CoIectorGeorge CollectorGeorge
George W J L 1 Lciberlh Lclberl of Kentucky Kentuckywas
was nominated nominate by by the President PesIdent to be beCollector beCollector
Collector Colecor of Internal I terl Revenue for the theSixth theSixth theSixth
Sixth district districfoC of KentuckyA Kentck Kentucky KqntiiekyA
A large lare number numbr of of recess ree appointments appointmentswere anintents anintentswer anpointesentswere
were wer also sent snt to to the th Senate Among Amongthem Amongtem Amongthem
them were werePhilander werePhU V VPhilander
tem
Philander PhU d r Kiso Knox of t Pennsylvania to be beAttorney beAtorcy beAttorney
Attorney Atorcy General GeneralWilliam G GeneralV GeneralWilliam rl rlWUim V
WUim William HHuntl H unt of Montana Ionta to be beGovernor beGONrnor beGovonnor
Governor ef Porto Poro Rico RicoHerbert RicoHerber RicoHerbert
Herbert Herber H 3 J TI > Peirce ot o Massachusetts Massachusettsto l achuselt
to be Third TirdAsIstnt Assistant Secretary of State StateWilliam StateWilliam
William WliamDudJey Dudley Foulkc of Indiana Indian and andWilliam andWiIa andWillIam
William WiIa A Rbdeaterg Roenterg cf Illinois lHnos to t be beCivil beCiyi beCivil
Civil Ciyi Service Commissioners CommissionersThere C CommissionersThere mmsioner
There were also 3130 many diplomatic dplomat andconsular and andconsular nd ndCnsua
consular omesrs o offiepi s named namedTO namedTO
Cnsua nae naeTO
TO BETATJT IT 2 J 14B B VAN V COTT COTTJkCTf COTo COToleu COTTNew
New leu Yorliaibstiaa < tT = > s Rcnppoi Rcnppoiment Rcnppoint Rcnppointcnt Rcnppointmeet
meet cnt formally rlY Decided Upon UponMr UponIr VponMr
Mr Ir Cornelius Cor1lIS CornpliusVan Van Va Cott is to be reap reappointed reappointed reappoInted ¬
pointed posimaster po posimasterof teroJNcw of New York rk city cityThe cIy cIyThe cityThe
The nomination nomi nomintionwill Hnw will llbe be s suit ut jt to Congress Congresswithin Congcs Congcswibln Congresswithin
within wibln theaner theaneair future futureAlthoushaMrV2H futlre futlreAlthoug futureAlthouglLMr
AlthoushaMrV2H Althoug AlthouglLMr V Cotts Cotts i eappointment eappointmenthas eppointment eppointmenthas
has been be < n assured asued for or some time it itwas itwasnot was wasnot wasnot
not decided decided upon pon until ulila at a conference conferencetoday conferencetCdY conferencetoday
today tCdY between betwipnJhe betw pftlhe ihe President Presi tlt and ad Postmas Postmaster Postmaster Postrnnster ¬
ter Genera Generals GeneralsIt Smith SmithIt Szit
It I was also al 04ceIcd decided that tha Mr Dwight H HBruce IL ILBruce
Bruce should should be reappointed reappointedposlmaster reappointedposlmasterof postmaster postmasterof
sholq 1
of Syracuse NuT NuTUEW V VNEW
Sycus 1 Y YNW
NEW NW JESSES JR ii SLAYER SY SOUG SOUGDominIon dTT dTTDominion tTDominioi
Dominion CAiloritesXotHledby CAiloritesXotHledbyTf Aifthorlties Notified l by byTentthi > y yTrenton
Trenton Tf Tentthi r roliee Pol e ChiefOTTAWA Chief CIef CIefOTA ChieLOTTAWA
OTTAWA OTA W Dec De 4The 4 Te Dominion police policehave polce polcebae policehave
have received ecei e a request Teque t from Judson HI HIner Riner Hiner
ner chief of police polce of If Trenton 1enton N J to tolook tolook tolook
look out for Franklin Frnklin Williams Wiims who Is Iswanted iswanted Iswanted
wanted for the the murder of his hl aged em employer emplo employ ¬
ployer plo ploy t r Krause and for the arrest and andconviction andconvicton andconviction
conviction convicton of whom a a reward rew d t nf > f 200 2Ooffered is isoffered isofere
offered ofere ofereSAE V VA
SALE SAE A ± E OF FS SKXBO O CASTLE CASTLEAction CAT CATcton CASTLEAction
Action cton Beetm DcJn to o Upset Upsc Mr Carne CarncBies Carnegies CarneV
V Bies Deal DealEDINBURGH DenEDIUGH V VEDINBURGH
EDINBURGH EDIUGH pea D 4 4A 44j An action acton was wasbegun wasbegua
begun begn today toda by y EiC E IL C Sutherland Sth rail1nd and othens oth others other ¬
ers er against the S Standard dard Life Lie Assurance AssuranceCompany Asurance AsuranceCompay AssuranceCompany
Company Compay the Itoyal oyl Bank Bak of Scotland Scotlandand Scotad Scotadad Scotlandand
V VThe
and ad Andrew Adew Carnegie CarnegieThe Cregie CregieThe
The plaintiffs p1lUfs are ae seeking s ekgto to upset upset the thesale te tele thesale
sale le of Skibo Castle Cate to to Hr M Carnegie CQrn Carn gi V on ontechnical ontehical ontechnical
technical tehical grounds gouds
VIRGINIA VRGI ASSEMBLYCONVEMS ASSEMBLY ASSEMLY ASSEMELIYCOMENES I
CONVEMS CONVNES TODAY TODAYWORKPLANNED TODAYWOR1 TODAYLaavmaiifng
WOR1 WORKPLANNED FORLEGISLATDPJ FORLEGISLATDPJawinalclns FORLGIL Tlll TlllLawmoIi
LawmoIi Laavmaiifng awinalclns ne Restricted tdctea l by > y Eft Efteceof Existnce Exist Existence ¬
ence eceof nce of Constitutional Constiutonn1 Convec Convection ConTcI ConTcIlonGOllp ConvcnIlonCoesip ¬
IlonCoesip tion lonGOllp GoKxIp as 01 to Chairmanhip Chairman Chairmanships Goln n nSlilps
ships hip ot Committees CommitteesRICHMOND CODnnlteel CODnnlteelRCnMO CommitteesRICHMOND
RICHMOND RCnMO Var Va Va Dec 4 4The The Te General GeneralAssembly GeneralASmbly GeneralAssembly
Assembly ASmbly of Virginia Virgnia convened at noon noontoday noontody noontoday
today tody The general gneral impression impresion prevails prevailsamong previs previsan2S prevailsarnog
among arnog the tI emebeI members of o the Legislature Legislaturethat Legislaturethat
an2S Legslaturo Legslaturothat
that this session will wi be a short om omSuch OI oatsSuch
Such routine routne business as a can cn be transacted transactednot tnsacte tnsactenot transactednot
not in conflict with ith the work of the Con Coiisitutional Co Cosiutonal Consitutional
situtional siutonal Convention Conventon will be accom accomplished accoaspushed ¬
pushed PIshe This Tis embraces embrac the making mkins o oappropriations oappropriatons oapproprIations
appropriations appropriatons canvassing cnvisE of election electon re returns re returns ¬
turns tUr5flnE filling of f vacancies acance in county Judge JudgeShips judgeshiP judgeships
Ships shiP and election el6tion of State officers omer chosen chosenby chosenby chosenby
by the Legislature Legislatur whose who term ter expires expiresJanuary exires exiresJmuar expiresJanuary
January Jmuar 1 1The 1Te 1The
The Te legislators however hlwever are watching watchingthe watchingthe watchingthe
the Constitutional Consututonal Convention Connnton Conw otlon vigilantly vigilantlyand vgiaty vgiatynd vigilantlyand
and nd resent rsent any control controlExpcctliiK control controlExp
V ExpcctliiK Exp etnJ ctliig Floods Ioods of Charters ChartersThe Gnrters GnrtersTe ChartersV ChartersThe
The Te question queston of charters carcr Is also als causing causingmuch cauing cauingIu causingthueh
much discussion and anxiety In the Vir Virginia Virgna Virginla ¬
Iu 1
ginia gna General Ganeral Aseemblj AebJJ As embi It I is rumored rumoredthat rumoredthata rumoredthat
that thata a Hood noo of charter chrter rin V51l l be introduced introducedearly intouced intoucedarly Introducedearll
early arly in the session seiol and Ld that a number numberof num numberof r ro
of o the te members membes will wil insist sist that tat action acton be betaken b betaken
taken on some sme Of hem before b for6 the body bodyadjourns bdy bdyadjourns bodyadjourns
adjourns As A the dVeton convention has resolved resolvedupon relved relvedun resolvedupon
upon un a general geerl charter carter law rigid In Its Itsprovisions It Itpzovior itsprovieioas
provisions pzovior this thiSsesion set seeaba sion cf the t Legislature Legislatureis Lelature Lelatureis
is regarded regde as the last chance in which whichcorporations whichcorprfos whichcorporations
corprfos corporations may obtain obai special spia rights right and andprivileges andprivIee andprivileges
privileges privIee Whether Wheer the session will wi bo boprolonged b beprolonged
prolonged POIODte by the introduction intoucwn of these thesecharters thee theecharter thesecharters
charters charter remains remin to be b seenSclcclloa seen seenSelection seen
Selection Sclccton of Committees CommitteesThe COHlmItee1 COHlmItee1Te ConimittcesThe
The Te Senate Sente committees commite were elected eected by bythat bythat bythat
that body by after afer having hDE been ben chosen chn by a asteering asteenIg asteering
steering steenIg committee commitee appointed apnte in the cau caucus cu cucus cauens ¬
cus Senator Seztor VVickham Wichm will wi be Chan Chh man manof mn mnof manof
of the Fo Finance c Committee Commite and ad president presidentpro preident preidentpro presIdentpro
pro tempore teiaporeThe tempre tempreTe temporeThe
The Te selection seJeUon of Senator Senatr W H Mann of ofNottowmy ofXottowy ofNottoway
Nottowmy Xottowy as Chairman Chairn of the th Committee Committeeon Commitee Commiteeon
on Privileges Pivieges and Eltion6 Elections is said sid to be bealmost b bealmost
almost almot certain This is seen sn to be a most mostimportant mostjm mostimportant
important jm rtnt post t when whn the th possible Ible redis redistrkting reis reistrl redlstricthsg
trkting trl tig of the State Sttc Is taken tken Into con coaskteratkjn CR CRskrtin conakleratioa
skrtin skteratkjn The Te retiring retring chairman ciran fs i Con Goasreseman Congreseman
sreseman gemB Flood FloodSenator Floo FloodSenator
Senator Sentor Keezell Kczel IB spoken sen of o as a a Ikely Kkelysuccessor IkelyB Ikelysuccessor
successor B to Judge Morris Moris as a Chairman Chairmanof Culrn Culrnof
of the Committee Commtte OB D Public Pble Insttuton InsttutonTe Institutionsrq10 Institutions InstitutionsThe
The Te Covcrnor CnverunrI l < in i Atldreas AtldreasThe teldreaaThe 1lr s sTe
The Te text of 0 Goversure Gover Goverutrcet T it t Montagues Montaguesinaugural Xontgucs Xontgucsnugurl Montaguesinaugural
inaugural nugurl address adfre may Iepend epen in some somerespects somerespects
respects ret upon upn the th Leg Lgihnures lamres action acton in inadjourning inadjrning Inadjourning
adjrning adjourning If I the te Legislature L ature is i not Dt la Iasessign lasession InseQn
session seQn at at the le time of o his inauguration inaugurationthe ilugraton ilugratonthe Inaugurationthe
the address adre will il contain eOtIB ranch mu el matter matterwieh mattr mattrwll matterwhich
which wll would wod Votnj otherwise othrw be included include in a aspecial aspecial
special sp cil message messageThere mege megeTere messageThere
There Tere is BO n law laW rcquiri rquirl rcquiniiij the th Legisla Legislature LgisIR Legislatune ¬
ture to be b in session ssion at the th time tm ofthe oftheGovernors oftheGveIrs oftheGovernors
Governors GveIrs inauguration inaugrto but bt such has liasbeen l hasbeei
been b the te custom CtoM and nd the programme promme has hasbeen h hbeen hasbeen
been arranged arnge in cosietn consideration of o that thatfact th thatfact t tfac
fact fac subject subjet to whatever changes cgo Lay nayoccur r Layocur > ay ayoccur
occur ocur bifore m cre re January Januar 1 1JOHNSON 1JOHSON 1JOHNSONDEFEATS
JOHNSON JOHSON JOHNSONDEFEATS REPEATS DETS CLEVELAND GGSVEIANDPrincetons CLEAUD CLEAUDPrinceton CLEVELANDV CLEVELANDCouncil
Princeton Council Counci Grants Grnt Fran Franchise Frnnehi Franehlse ¬
chise ehi to i V Trolley TrUey Syndicate SyndicatePRINCETON SndlcatePRL SyndicatePRINCETON
PRINCETON PRL CO N J Dec D i tIn In I spite of ofthe oftM ofthe
the remonstrances remonstrance of former forer President PresidentCleveland PresidentCleveland
Clevelnd Cleveland and an many mn other oter prominent prminent resi residents resident residents ¬
dents dent of Princeton Pineton the borough brough council councillast counci councillast
last night Dj bt approved appoa the application ap1ltion of the theTom theTomL I
Tom TomL L L Johnson Joh trolley toley syndicate syicate for ea eatraace e etrance entrance
trance into this place place through trough Wither TCltherspoon Witherspoon
spoon po Street StreetThe Steet SteetTe StreetThe
The Te university unlersly authorities authorti have made a astubborn asubbrn astubborn
stubborn subbrn fight fgkt against aginst granting gtng the fran franchise franchise Iranchlse ¬
chise They Tey are strongly trogly averse to hay having ha haing haylog ¬
ing the terminus of the line lne in front frnt of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the university univeriy caiapos caiaposThe camp campesThe
The councils cncUs decision deision was wa not reacheduntil reached reacheduntil reache
until unti considerably consilerably after ater midnight The Thefranchise Te TefrnchIs Thefranchise
franchise frnchIs was a granted gnte for thirtyfive thirtyfiveyears thirtyte thirtyfiveyears I Iyears
years and In consideration OsieraUon thereof the theJohnson tbeJohson theJohnson
Johnson Johson trolley trolly company compy agrees agee to pave pavea pve I Ia
a a considerable consierable portion prton of VItherspoon Wiheroon WitherspoonStreet VItherspoonStreet I
Street Steet and to t furnish a 10cent 10cent fare fae to toTrenton t toTrenton
Trenton The Te vote of the te council counci was Tvasalmost wasalmost d
almost unanimous only one member membr dis dissenting dissmUg disseating ¬
seating sentingGOOD smUg smUgGO seatingGOOD
GOOD GO D LUCK LUC JUST J LK I TIME TJGKEMan T Tlan TIMEMan
Man lan tna Unable > lc to Kind Fin Vrork Work Inherits Inheritsn Ihert Ihertn
n Fortune FortuneMUNCIB FortnncrXCE FortuneMUNCIE
I
MUNCIE rXCE led Dec D 4 4artn 4Martin Martin lena Venexaan lenainns I Imm
inns came home last night nigt and told his hiswife hiSwife I IwIe
wIe wife that his search scrc for or work had ha been beenunsuccessful beenunsuccessful
unsuccessful His wife handed him a let letter letter letten ¬
unu cesfu1 wie hne I
ter informing inforing him hIr that he had fallen bIen heir heirto heirto heirto
to S10CWO 100 from the estate of his grandfather grand grandfather gnd gndfater ¬
father fater In Pittsburg Pitburg PaThe Pa Pa PsThe
The Te estate ette had been ben In litigation ltgton for formonths formonths
months mont s and ad Veneman had h d given gVi up U1 in de despair deHe tiespair ¬ I
spair He had been ben working wgrkin at odd o jcis jcisabout j jehaabout
about abut Muncie and aI was in straitened straitene cir circumstances cm cmcumshtnces ¬ 1 1c
cumstances cumstancesPASSED c cumshtncesP4SSED t nces ncesASSE
PASSED P4SSED ASSE DERELICT DEC AT SEA SEATlic SEA SEATJiv i iThe
The American Jerlcnn Schooner Sdlooler lY W H Card Cardin CardV I Iin
V in IVatcrLiOCBea nterLoed Condition ConditionLONDON Conditon ConditionLONDON I ILONDN
I Iican
LONDON LONDN Dec Dee 4 LThe The Te HamburgAmer HamburgAmerican HmorAmer ¬ 1 11t
ican Line steamer stemer Patricia Patrica which arrived arrivedat
at Plymouth Plyouth today toay from New Xe York re reports rejrts reports ¬
ports jrts that tat she passed pssed in midocean midoeln the theAmerican theAmerican theAmerican
American schooner W H Card Crd aban abandoned abn abndoned abaadotted ¬
doned and In Ina a waterlogged wterloged condition conditionHer codIton codItonHe conditionHer
Her He cargo crgo of limber tmber was w keeping her heraSoat heraoat herafloat
afloat aoat Her crew cew had apparently apparenty left lef her herin herin herin
in small smal boats boatsVidovr boatsM boatsME V
M ME STRAS STl3DEBARS W WVi WILL WILLVidow
Vi Vidovr oU and Three Thre Children ChlIlreu Get GetVV GetVR Getflgoninnkcr5i
VV VR sroninalccrJs onlnler Fortune FortuneSOUTH Forune ForuneSOU FortuneSOUTH
SOUTH SOU BEND Ind Dec Dee 4 4Te 4The The will willof wi wiof willof
of the late Clem Studebaker divides his hisentire hIsntre hisentire
entire ntre fortune among his widow and three threechildren threechidtn threechildren
children chidtn The Tbec1idren children each get 5000 5000in 5OO0in
in cash and 2CO 200 shares In the Stude Studebaker Studebaer Studebaker
I baker baer Brothers Manufacturing Maufacturing Company CompanyMrs Compa CompanyMrs
Mrs Irs studebaKer received 250000 2500 insur insurance insurr Insuran ¬
ance an r e the Tippecanoe home 3000 30 acres of ofland orland ofland
land for or life lie and nd all al the personal prop property proprty property ¬
erty ertyEOIY ertyKOLY rty rtyHOLY
HOLY GHOST AND AD US SOCIETY SOCIETYLender SOCT SOCTeader SOCIETYLender
Lender eader o of the Sect and Followers FollowersGoing F FnljotversV locr8 locr8GoIn
V Going GoIn to Palestine PalestineLISBON Paestie PaestieLISBO PalestineLISBON
LISBON LISBO FALLS FAL Me Dec Dee 4 4Rev 4Rev Rev F FTV Fw FW
w Sandford ndford of the Holy Ghost and Us UsSociety UsSociety UsSociety
Society Society with wih about fifty ffy of his hi followers followerslias folower folowerhas followershas
has left here h re for Boston from which port portthey prtthey portthey
they will wI sail sl for Palestine PalestineBATH PalestineBATH PalestineBATH
BATH Me Dec 4 4The The will wl of Mrs MrsEinma Ms MsEmma MrsEmma
Emma A AAlvcd Alvcrd who died in Boston last lastweek lastwee lastncek
week wee was s filed fled in the Probate ourt curtto curttoday urtto urttod urttoI to today ¬
day dayIn d dayIn
In I it is a provision giving Eivig certain certln pieces piecesof pIecesof
of jewelry je elr including a diamond diond pin and andearrings ad adearings andearrings
earrings earings and two finger fger rings ring to her herniece hernIece herniece
niece Miss 1Iss Louise McMIcken of Brook Brooki Brookly Brooklin
i lyn to be sold and used by Mrs Mr Jessie JessieMayhew Jessie JessieMayhew JessIeMnyhez
ly Mayhew Russell of Mount Vernon Me Mein 11ein Mein
in carrying caring on the work of the followers followersof
of Her Rev Mr r Sanford Sanfor in tho taROly Holy Ghost Ghostand Ghostad Ghostand
and ad Us movement at Shiloh ShilohBroker Shioh ShiohDrocr ShilokDr5kCr
Broker Ajcmonrjt AonrFnl Fall Fatal FatalMATTEAWAN Ftn FtnATAW FataLMATTEAWAN
MATTEAWAN ATAW N Y Dee De 4 4Paul 4PaulAonr LPaul Paul J JArmour 1 1Armour
Armour Aonr the te broker brker of 56 Pine Pe Street StreetNew streetNew StreetNew
New Tork Fork whose skull Sk l was w fractured fracturedyesterday fctured fcturedyesterday fracturedyesterday
yesterday by a fall fal downstairs dowstalr3 at his hiscountry hiscountry
country home near nea V here died ded early ery thismorning this thismorning
morning morng V
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Special 8veCia S Sale A Ul of LaceCntai Lduu Lace I QP0 Cura1 lTlC lilb lilbWe V V VV I V V VV V
16 1 We V liave 1 e secnred scured the entire entre first frst importation importaton of Lace LaceTnvifiiTxi Taceit Laceie
it Curtains Curains TnvifiiTxi brnght broight hTTrmorlif over Tr T > HV by rvno one of of the fhr > Ifirnpsf largest dealers deaers Ia TT iilhe > lllf lllfcountry the theIn W V
In country county The e price we paid was rock bottom and the p pice piceyou p3icej Ice Iceyou V
j P you pay will wl be almost as a low lowThey V V
li They are all al here here fresh crisp crs clean goods goodsaU goodsall all the ie new newest n newest w west
est designs desTgsole designssome some never before befor shown sllownlght shownlight light and heavyborders heavy heavyborders hen f
borders b rders fancy scroll and ad floral fora designs deigns in Nottingham NottinghamIrish Notngham Nottinghaml i iit
it l 4 Irish Point Brussels and Battenberg Bat < nberg effects efect some as a 16w 16wWe l ldwitS w wlj
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l Rockers Morris Chairs Couches COlC1lS Ladies Desks Dsk Dressing DressingTables Dressng DressingTables f
l Tables fahes Gold Chairs Upholstered Upholstere Chairs Chair and ad Fancy Par Parlor P r rli rbr ¬
li lor Furniture Furitre It I will pay you ou to make your Christmas Christmasselection Chrsta Chrstaselecton j jselection
selection while the stock is complete completeGoods
selecton whie V complete V V VV T iT i ii
i Goods Ordered Now ow Will Vil ViIl Be Laid Aside for You YouSeventh Youc V Vi VWash
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SOTTVEMTB SOU OF THE T GOLD GOL PLANK PTjANXValcablc PLANKValuable
Valuable Cigar Box to Be lb Presented Prescntcdto Pre cntc cntcto
to Senator Loil LOlloe LOlloeForer Lodgc LodgcFormer c cFormer
Former Forer Senator Sen1tr Chandler Cnler of New Hamp Hampshire Hampshir Rampshin ¬
shire shin President Presient of the Spanish Treaty TreatyClsims TreatyClum TreatyChums
Clum Chums Commission Commion will wi present to Sena Senator Senator Senabr ¬
tor Lodge of Massachusetts Iaschusets a handsome handsomecigar handsomecIgar ndsome ndsomecgr
cigar cgr box box made of sixteen steen parts part of sil silver si silver ¬
ver er and one of o gold and an fittingly fttngly Inscribed Inscribedto
to commemorate comemrate the fact that to Mr MrLodge MrLodge Ir IrLge
Lodge Lge is due the honor if honor it I may maybe maybe maybe
be of having been directly directy responsible responsiblefor rePnsible rePnsiblefor
for putting into it the gold plank plan of the theRepublican theRepubUcan theRepublican
Republican party part platform platorm of 1836 186 fol following followIng following ¬
lowing the endorsement of international internationalbimetallism internationalbimetali Internationalbimetalllsm
bimetallism bimetali V the words which we pledge pledgeourselves pledgeolrelte pledgeourselves
ourselves olrelte to promote promoteThere promote promoteThere o oTee
There Tee were so many mzy alleged 21eged authors author of ofthis ofti ofthis
this ti declaration declarton that Senator Snator Chandler a ayear a ayear ayear
year or so ago offered oiered ioglve gve a a hundred hundreddollars hudred hudreddolars hundreddollars
dollars dolars to the hq man who ho could read his ti title t Litie ¬
tie te clear Many ny claimants ci mnts promptly promptlystepped proXpUy promptlystepped I
stepped steppe forward forrd but Mr r Chandler Chdler would wouldaccept Waud Waudaccept wouldaccept
accept no proof that was ws not conclusive conclusiveFinally conclusiveFinaly conclusiveFinally
Finally Finaly Senator SeDtor Foraker Forer Chairman Cairn of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Committee Commitee on Resolutions Reolntons sent toOhio to toOhio to
Ohio for the original papers papers rs that had been becaconsidered beenconsidered
crg1 pp tht 1dle 1dleconidered
considered conidered by the committee commtee and there therethe ther therthe therethe
the adequate proof was w found in i the clear clearand clearand clearand
and unmistakable unistakable handwriting handwiig of the theSenator theSenator theSenator
Senator from Massachusetts MassachusettsThereupon MassachusettsThereupon Iasachuett
Thereupon Tereupon Mr I Chandler Cndle sent Mr 31r Lodge Lodgez Ldge
z 2 check for 160 10 which the Senator Sentor re returnci retur returned I
turned tur saying yng that tt he regarded reged the whole wholematter whole1tte wholematter
matter 1tte as a joke jokeir jokeMr
Mr ir r Chandler would not have hve It so how however howevtr however ¬
ever evtr and Id so the money will go into ito the themanufacture te ter themanufacturo I
manufacture r fctur of the cigar cigr box bx which will willsoon vi willsoon
soon be delivered delvere duly inscribed and with withceremonies withceremenies withceremonies
ceremonies of more or less formality formalitySYMPATHY forlty formaUtySYBPAnlaY
SYMPATHY FOE TEE BOEBS BOEBSConffrcssmcn EOEBZCongressmen I
SA T BOE BOEConC
Congressmen ConC 5mcn to Be Urged Ured to Adopt AdoptResolutions Adopt AdoptResoluton AdoptResolutions
Resoluton Resolutions ResolutionsIn I
In I a few days d Representatives Representtves and Sen Senators Senators Seaators ¬
ators will wi be b deluged with wth petitions pettions pray praying praylug ¬ I
lug Ig the V passage psage of the following folowing resolu resolution resolution ¬ I
tion ten tionV I
Resolved Rsol d by the Ssnatc and House Houseof HouseJ HouseSr
of J Representatives Representatves of the ailed nltd States Statesf Sttes I If
> tf f America Amerca In Congress Congess assembled assembledThat assembledThat assembledThat
That the people of the United Unitd States Statesfeel Stte StatesV
V feel a strong sympathy Sppty with the pee pe peepie
4 pie of the te South African Afrcn Republic Repu lc and andthe andthe andthe
the Orange Ornge Free Fee State that they are arepained arepaIned arepained
pained by the report repor of the present presentsufferings preseDcsufeing presentsufferings
sufferings sufeing of this tis Christian ChrIstan people and andthey andthey andthey
they unite unie in the hope that tt this elects declaration decarton electsration ¬
ration rton which ubleh they thtY feel It their teIr duty to tomake tomake tosnake
make will wi be betyorably favorably considered cnsIdered by bythe bythe bythe
the Government of Great Britain Britin in a asettlement asettlement
settlement settement ences encesAnd encesAnd of their unfortunate unortuate differ differences dier dierences differences ¬
And d be it further furer resolved That Tt It Itshall ithal Itshall
shall hal be the duty dut of the President PesIdet of ofthe oftb ofthe
the tb United UnHe Slates Sltes to communicate comuncte this thisresolution ths thsresoludon thisresolution
resolution to the Government of Great GreatBritain Gret GretBritain GreatBritain
Britain BritainAdolph BritaindoIph BritainAdolph
Adolph doIph Timori Tmon Timo of Philadelphia Phldephi has sent sentbroadcast sentbroadcst sentbroadcast
broadcast broadcst printed printe blanks blank containing contiing the theforegoing theforegoig theforegoing
foregoing foregoig resolutions and ad requesting therecipients the therecipients there
recipients re ipieats to sign them and then forward forwardthe fOl1rdthe forwardthe
the petition to their Representatives and andSenators andSenators andSenators
Senators SenatorsUEGBO SenatorsNEGRO V VNEGPo
NEGRO SENTENCED SE TCED TO DEATH DEATECapital DEATHCapital DEATHCapital
Capital Punishment to Follow FolI u in nn nnAssault nnAson anAssault
Ason Assault t Case CaseNEW CaseNEW CaseNEW
NEW ORLEANS Dec 4 4LeJ 4LexIngton Lexington lngton re reports reports reports ¬
ports the first case In Mississippi Missssippiof Vf Vfnegro of a anegro anegro
negro convicted and sentenced by a court courtof courtof courtof
of justice for assault upon a white wom woman woman woman ¬
an In all prevloas cases of this kind kindthe kIndthe kindthe
the negro has been punished by JudgeLynch Judge JudgeLynch JudgeLynch
Lynch and summarily executed eiecutedGrant eoecutedGrant executedGrant
Grant DIcken assaulted a nlofrs Sirs Rosa Rosamon Rosamono Rosamon
mon mono but escaped es ped V He H was captured and andthere andthere andthere
there was a strong demand de mand for lynching lyncningbut lynehinEbut lynchingbut
but the sheriff afforded the prisoner pro protection protection protection ¬
tection tectionNo tectionNo V VV VNo V
No persons were wereallowed allowed to be pres present present present ¬
ent at the trial except the lawyers and andmembers andmemben andmembers
members of the press The jury brought broughtin
in a verdict of guilty and the negro wassentenced was wassentenced wassentenced
sentenced to be hanged on December 28 28OTTT 28OUT 28OUT
OUT IN SECOND ROUND ROUNDaicGovern ROmflMeGo BOUNDMcGovern >
aicGovern MeGo ern Crushes X Pugilistic tapirs Aspirations upirltlons tapirstions ¬
tions of Jade Donahue DonahueREADING DonahueREADING JJonaliucREADING
READING Par Pa Dec 4 4Terry Terry McGov McGovern McGovern McGovera
ern put a quietus to the championship as aspirations aspirations aspiratlons ¬
pirations of Jack Donahue of Philadel Philadelphia PhiladelphIa Philadelphia ¬
phia at the Academy of Music in this city citylast citylast citylast
last evening knocking him out In the thesecond thesecond thesecond
second round of whatwas to have been a afourround arourround afourround
fourround bout bout with an uppercut upper ut on tho thojaw thoda theaw
da jaw aw w
jawThe awThe The wThe fighting from the start was fast and andfurious andfurIous andfurious
furious Donahue was nf fifty ty pounds poun > heavier heavierthan healerthan heavierthan
than Terry Terz7 Had he gone the limit he hek hewould hewould
k would have been presented with a purse purseof purseof purseof
of 100 100Hoods lQiH
J Pills mc SJ2 Arc used by 3 3the
H Hoods OVUS aK hit thousands of ofI ofthe
the the best families f1mllleSandlro and are worthy your con confidence contIde confidence ¬
I fidence tIde nte Try TrythcmonccandyOtl TrytIICmVOnen them once and you will wiliprefertbens wiliprefertbensto llpre prefer rerthem rerthemto them themto
to allothers Sold by byalldruggists aO druggists drisggstiV2r 25 cents
SPECIAL NOTICES 3TOTICESSPECIAL liOTICESSPECiAL NOTICESSPECLtl
SPECIAL NOTICE SOTICEI I will not be responsible respoos e f lor loraBY torany r ranv
anv any debts contracted c by my SOB son William W U m A At Ken Kenhad Senbad Feehad
had IikDeeember after ft r December i ISM AXDHE5 1RE5 SEULA55 FElT FElTLAYLS EU EULL1iD
LA55 LL1iD LAYLSALL > et3 et3ALL cl3ALL
ALL DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA VOLUNTEERS VOLUNTEERSOP OL1 nERS nERSOF
OF 1561 1561and 1561a slatand
a and d the widows ido tdoss of tie same who bare a e net signed signedthe signedtile signedihe
the application for the bounty bill to be pre presented pre preented preseated ¬
seated to COBKTCSS Co trill call at at ray resid residence residQOl63S aeer
633 XEW YORK von AVE VE X W Wand wand Wsod
and sign sign the saxe EiVIfl5V >
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V zs35 President D C c ToL Ass Ane 1S6L 1S6LJUD5OS 1551JUDSON
JUDSON T CULL CULLAttorney CULL CULLAttoiney
Attorney at t Law having kitv severed all connection connectionwith Cnn connectionwith on onwith
with the Lawyers Title Company Jus resumed resumedthe resumed1M resumedthe
the general practice prlCti e of law with with offices in the tieFederal theFeder theFederal
Federal BuiWia Building 3 3H D et lit aw Titles taEaned taEanedand wminedand trahainedand
and gnxranteed gux guasnteediE = teed teedTHE is35 is35THE
THE iE Childrens Hospital has a a deed ot 0 trail oa oait 01it onit
it for twenty thousand dollan dolhn on which V it 1 1payinc b bpaTi Ispaying
payinc paTi paying interest Help to pay ny It ItBEBUTATIOX It ItnEPti7ATIOi itBEFUTATION
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prcsdjr for my trade tradernoxs tradelnOt tradeiuoxa 1 1Edward
rnoxs TBis i613Edward is V
Edward J Quinn 604 Pa Pal AYe ATSEEAT AYeGRE4T AygI1kT
I1kT EEAT ATLANTIC ATL rrO AND PACIFIC C TEA TEACO TEco
CO Main Store Stare corner 7th and B BStreets ESreets BSlreets
GRE4T
3 3Co Streets Branches oil orer OTt the city cityand cityand
and in In all markets = UtL no20tfem nolOtfurzTARPS8ERELEY no20tfemS12F
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WERE Ud MAKING MAKINGThe MAKIHThe K
The dressiest dr kind of Overcoats t In Inthe inthe
the very latest cut cut and tailored tailoredin talloredour tailoredin
in our inimitable manner for as aslow aslow
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DARK HORSE IN ILLINOIS ILLINOISno TLTTN 015 015M
31 no B Madden Believed to Be n Sena SenatorIal Seen Senatorial Seentonal ¬
V
torial Aspirant AspirantBLOOMINGTON AsplrnntBLOOMINGTOXr AspirantBLOOMINGTON
BLOOMINGTON Ill Dec 4 tThere There is isa isa isa
a new ne phase of the United States Sena Senatorial Sonatonal la latarial ¬
tonal situation in central Illinois Thou Thousands Thousands ThOiV ThOiVsands ¬
sands of copies of a papercovered papercover d book bookwhich bookwhich bookwhich
which bears bea on the title page the follow following ol1o ol1oing olloleg ¬
ing have been ej > Jl received receivedLife reccIedLife V VLife
Life of Martin B Madden public serv servant servV servant erv ervaut ¬ V
ant The volume contains a biography bIOgraPlIYVOf bIOgraPlIYVOfthe of ofthe orthe
the Chicago politician with references to tohis to tohIs tohis
his career In public life This Is the theflIjIt theflIjItintimation first firstintimation firstintimation
intimation that he may enter the thernce therncealthouh race racealthough race racealthough
although there is no proof proo that such suchIs suchIsthe Js Jsthe isth
the th case It is the general opinion here terethat herethat ere erethat
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