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I Number 22113 228 A tiIII GN GTOTdTUR S1 D4Y NovmIBER ti 0 ra IBRIty 221902 22 1902 P Price ce One Cent I
Estimates Pr Prepared pared by Sec Secretary Secretary
retary Root RootCOVERS RootCOVERS
I ISecretary
Secretary Giyet Special AUenUen Attention to toPropeeed
Proptled Appropriation for Year YearEnding Y 4r 4rEndi
Endi Ending J1tne 30 I Ige4 Ige4The 4 4The
The 3eoretary otaIT oWar ot War ha rtr gtves e ectal special
ctal attHtMn to t esttweea itea C OM theWar OMWar
War Departtsemt rtDt t far Ute fecal y 701 er d etedfug din
in fug JUDe JO IMt 1 They bow a act JMtcreASfl de decree
creASfl at r u4tM IB the u uIkcd amewtaasked
asked Ikcd for Bader WB er all tile dU dtAeree er ct ctpropriatitaus t ap apt
t propriatitaus 1i subject to the eeIIUC costroi of ofthe ofthe
the War Departm 1eplUtt t as COMparM coo pered with withibE
t ibE bE estimates rw 1 19N sod 1tCl a JMIt ck ckerH decreme I
erH Of i2U47HOJb JoI7tM as eo eoeaparsd with withthe wttkthe
the amouwta 8Hropriaed for the car eIIrteot carrent
rent fiscal year yearThe 7iIVThe
The War Dtpattatest putaewt appropt1SlMS appropt1SlMSfan op tw twfaU
fan uDder foot geocrale 18 heads CIri1 CIri1Esta1Ualh rd rdEstalIlaliseeat
Esta1Ualh et Military Jmblbdt Jmblbdtnent aa aanent
nent Public Worn SIMI MLoeel MLoeelIIDOUII Kleelkneoua
IIDOUII kneouaThe i iThe
The Civil llstabliehmont BtltaWI I t rebates rebatestirely relat I Itirelv
tirelv to eCpeD a t to Waehlagtea rgt sad sadvery
co coconttageat oe1I very the JlRIBrles for U the clerical ftHee ftHeecontlugeat force
contlugeat ox oxpeoees relit rest l8lMage etctinder ec ec1ud
tinder 1ud l this II head tllfre have teen 1 1ti008 recite recitetiona
ti008 18 the e ttat eetlnatae fw Mi e e4iO
Decrease in Clerks ClerksFor ClerksFor
For lioe U e 1ut live fecal years OMagNeS OMagNeSba8 Osagreosbas
bas appropriated a gross nIB oC oCannually dNOM dNOMannually
annually for a temporal foree oroe r rWar lice liceWar
War Deplartmeat r rendered adered aeeeaoary bythe 1 Fthe
the Jaereue Ia the work lacWewt to the tIHIwar thewar
war with Spal Spats and mI the events tOUow1 tOUow1in follow followtag I
in tag it TIle last I 1btslatre Jatl eseetitlYe eseetitlYelDd eaeeetivesad
sad Joclelal approprlatlea ppr prlaUe bin prYWed prYWedfor pr prfor
for the da6JtIcBUon of Ute tttMmry tttMmryforce tesaperaryfarce
force forceIn farceIn
In the e estimates Be aew submitted tH tHregular theregular
regular force alHl the te temporary H rary feree fereehave foreehave
have been amalgamated a and Ute aauHlIIC aauHlIICasked aareettasked
asked for or these eombtBell farce ill seer seerly
1 ly sV it less than the total appropria appropriations appropriations
tions for the regular a111 teI temporary temporaryforces perary peraryforces
forces for the cvrrent A year It is istbjurpe is11w
tbjurpe 11w purpose e el the department to BIt stett stettthis t ttbls
this rethtetloa I to force hy e altLtg altLtgon to
on vacasdes eeea eeeaeiooed leaect It by deaths rt rtIgnatlo res resignations
Ignatlo ignations and other easualtle Ulatoo Ulatoour that oe oecur
cur ur from sow ottl the bestaalag of e the thenext thenext
next Slcal IL cal year It Is probable thatthe that I
the number numr e of stuck ClUlUaIU eaeualUes will more morethan
than eqsal eq al the fleer decreaee la the IMJor ft r el elclerical ofclerical
clerical positions for 01 wllle eidmaes eidmaesS 1 1re
S are re sublBtu submtted submttedThe I
The Military E8tab1is Eetablisrment EetablisrmentThe rnent rnentThe
The appropriation under the head el elMilitary erMthtary
Military Eetaltllbmen embrace all allitms allIteme
itms for the apport ol the array aM aMtbe ae4toe
toe Military Academy The estimates estimatesfor Umatos
for the military eo e taltllshRIeat abllehteeat show a ar aret
r ret et redllellon of 1S69118 from t tHtimates the theEctirnatea
Htimates fM lttI and a aee r redoe redoetltn ue uetltn
tltn of 1 I42 111it froth fr m the te tethl
thl ADNHI8t appropriated alder th thb thea theabead
bead b ad for tile present t fiaml year yearAD yearAn
AD ncreM creaeed appreprhi appreprlan 1 will De re required required
quired is o order to provide a full year yearflup1 yeara yearasupply
flup1 supply of eloUIt elothiag and eqttlptage dartas dartasthe duriagthe
the wart heal Ear Dy moet t careful carel18uperTt8loa carefulsupervteloc
8uperTt8loa Ute department H8 bees ttee8rad beesgrad
grad Jally absorbing the aurphHl deal lItodeH dealCreated
H Created ated br he SpaDiakAerietla war war8u11t waran9
an9 8u11t it ia anticipated that this arptlOll arptlOllwill abeorptleawill
will be compl completed ed by the eM C the thexres
1 xres fesnt nt heal healIncrease year yearIncrease
Increase for West Peint PeintAu PeintAu
Au iacreue ItrevJd provided d for tile Military MIUtalA7ad1R MilitaryAcademy
Academy 1 Is steeply pIy the lacreue o of val payu paywhich
u which re reaulta ulta from tHlnereaated the inereaaed BlURkr nrtmberof
of cadets at West Potat I la e 8HqHe eoaeegaoseeof ee
of recent legllltatioa legbdattonThe
The e tJMI8ts alder t the e lead bead e of ofPublic
Public works ork shoW a Bet Te8HCUen C C7311ii1i ofx978
x978 + 7311ii1i A37 a compared with th the edt edtmatees
mate for lMI aM ot U47tSS91 as accomparei
tompareJ with the allHHlBta 8Jt1reprSat appropriated
t for IH1 Tile more i iseportaat portaDt 1t0lM 1t0lMembraced Itomaembraced
embraced la tIN > appropraationa ppropraU DS that thatO thatcetera
cetera O uadec this general eDeral head are re river merInd riverand
and harbor Improveeoeste proyenta tlM varieu caHeueapprupriatioes varieupproprlatieDa
pproprlatieDa for fertlSeatIoees erUieaUo and alNlWaC081t andaeacoaat
WaC081t dee defenses and mflltary ilItary JHNJta peat la laduqlDg inclueting
duqlDg the buildings aM gTOtI grounds a at the theMilitary
Military Acadelll Academy and Mlkltap and andgrounds
grounds ht WIR Washington iOR D C CThe CThe
The easra Pad Idiseelhreeoas Idiseelhreeoaseompreheeds IeI IeIcompreDeltck
compreDeltck all approprtUJou Iw tIN tINXaUooal theNational
National iI1IM > for Disabled Velaudeer VelaudeerSoldiers VI
Soldiers natleeal 1 OlMet artt8elal artiAelallimbs artt8elalJimb
limbs and appUaBeH and all ether tltw atIa atIacellaneoaa
cUaaeotta JteIM that do ROt ItrallY ItrallYfan vEtorallyfall
fan under the three tlCAtJRllMBda general heads above abovementioned
mentioned There Is aa JReIeeM Ia Ute UteIUmate theestimates
estimates tor 1M4 IUI COMpared with withthe
the e estimates > for 1101 oC 317817 317817ehich 811 j jl
l ehich hlCh la doe in I the male to tereaHd Iacreaaedapropriatlone tereaHd811ro
811ro apropriatlone rlatlon asked for It by the Natlel NatleaalHome
Home for DIsabled Volunteer SoWlereThe SoWIera
The eeth eethaates at08 for 1 1 4 however I NtWa
a net redMetlea as cOIRpared with tile theamounts
amounts appropriated for or 1101 of lei
Large Redirection Shown ShownThere
There Is an actual red1lCt1oil I In Ute UteImate theestlmates
estlmates Imate for Ole Military BtltaWlu BtltaWlunt hDstabilabmeat
meat nt nt fer1 I4 as ereetpared pared with the tlMIuaa theer
Iuaa er t lnates for 1 1312 of abed lNMIt 22 22anti 22Ns eN eNsail
anti aD acted redlldlo as Cenpared Cenparedpith copar coparTltb
pith the aatoaats o ata appropriated for 1 1cor 11e 11eM
cor more then 14111106 14 ad that the tlteHlmatea theestimates
estimates for 1 1111 for or Pw Pablle llc Work Worbart Workare
art nearly 1 1NOW1 1811II lee than tile ati atitnata estimates
mates for ltOI and are nearly nearl 1500 1500Ipso 5N 5NfOa
Ipso fOa ban the amounts appr appreprlatd prtat for fortb forthe
tb the NUftat Wet 71 TIle etlmat etlmatfar utltea utlteafOr
fOr the Civil Bstabllttht and KIlt htiecellaceoua KIltctlIazeov
ctlIazeov fe lM show aa IBCr8Btb IBCr8Btboer Increeeoover
over the utN for or 1 IW 8 sbut sbutI8oooo at
180000 bat tINy are Dearly a III IIIIp fl eie eieless
Ip less then tile ssusada ata appropriated for
1963 1963ExdaGD
ExdaGD rinl and harbor IlItPfoye IlItPfoyemnt tnproremerits
merits rht ib Crilmate1 Ihntp for the he War ar I IpIttDcm 1ee 1eepertsen
pIttDcm tear ah 0 the f1 last ftvp I1icl1 fietlears I1icl1P8r
ears sltow 611 n aPta arrrar annual 1lre8Mf deereaeFfrom 1lre8Mffrom
from tlte tF 11 n of l the 1 rr previous jou8 year yarot yearof
ot about z4 44i0eH
Theater of Negotiations American Batt1ship WJS WJSconsin Wisconsin
consin Says Admiral Casey
Ades rill SlIM Casey U So 3 N comrread1ag com cemJIM
JIM rread1ag the utt Unked Stat States naval fre frem fercoe fercoeIn
m Oeioatbha a wt tn ra today uAed the they theNavy
Navy y I etHrrtt De atteaeat oC the tern terUo lsatlea of ofelYi ofcivil
civil war I Is Ute Uwlted Stat States et 01 01T Celeffi Celeffihis
his hisTsrr
Tsrr T s of pea peace aft been MJIHId 11 11t by bythe
t the reprtaUVft repreee etaUves ol the two faction fartlODSIU1II factionand
and haft Wt ll approved approvedAdmiral ld ldAIra
Admiral Cue7J dtspatch patch le Ute Navy NavyDepsrtateat aY aYDepartJJltellt
DepartJJltellt fClIIoWi
Paaama 8T 22 22C 22 22Conference
C Conference r8Cf eroded toda today OD board U Ultlp the thefiageblp
fiageblp ltlp Wiseeweta 111 ltet between eR Sakal SakalCOftrllOr Snlasargoveraor
COftrllOr ttl leaeus and Herrem Herremc1def Herreratablet
tablet goeeral of U the tasurgeat geM forces forcesIn reM reMla
la atptic terms t or peace approved 11 11PenIe by byPetd
Petd PenIe no aelalsta oC war fer or the Ce CeU Celossdfsa
lossdfsa goesrnaeat U then eadlog laS vr war warIa r rIII
III Celea l bia
A shaPer Ilblpat dispatch h WU received od hy hyt bythe
t the 3aste SaM DtoutllHDt Departlseutfrom fro oul Gee GEHtera Geeerl
era odpl et t Panama PaDamaIt
It 1 s expected that tM warring Sac tacKRUPP Sacn
Famous Magnate Dies atEs atEssen at Es Essen
sen His Home HomeRICHEST HomeRICHEST
Annual Incemc Estimated t8 Be Be Between Between
tween Five and Six Million MillionDnars MillionDollars
Dollars DnarsRERUN DollarsBERLIN
RERUN Nov 22Friedrhlde Jlrtedrlck Alfred AUIedKr1lPlt AlfredKropp
Kr1lPlt tlui the great lren renneosr died HKt HKtcIeoel seddesl
cIeoel at W villa seer ldssea today todayLoag todayLong
Long ago Mr Kropp Krlt er Bares KnJN KnJNlIS
lIS 18 Is tIl1ew now hewn was by the tar the tlte1IfeclUle theweellhld
1IfeclUle t mal iea fa Geray Ger say aDd Ids e eUIlt8 es estimated
UIlt8 timated IaeetDe lace se was Ntw between 6 6alHl LM00e9 LM00e9sod
sod L190We L190WeHe 1 1HeJRIlflited
HeJRIlflited He iakerited a aretCCUD steel host 1HuICftIJ hostnoes
CftIJ invested a ra gull became the UlearBlCirer thearmorer
arBlCirer l the world and a ede the theC theLvae
Lvae C PMen P Pea fade es as Me of r ue WI btggad WIge
ge t 1rM1ellltrMlturs IadudrMl eepters etatt or 8WR peeuliar peea peeaBar
Bar kind open pea earth Wherever there thereIor thereare
Ior are ships or fortlkt fortlfcatlees there are e to tobe tobe
be feu faced the KnIPP ean eaneosthat t 18 to toKY tosay
KY except la Pra8 krasce th the sae country countryahteh ountryhleb
ahteh hleb Kttp would net supply supplyEver ppl pplEver
Ever uses ace Ute FraltCGGflwaa war warhe ar arIIQ
IIQ had Hen leoIdBg forward to the theMllty pos posafbihity
afbihity Mllty or a war oC reveBse aM h6 h6Owed bevowed
Owed that he would never pot weapons weapoBCIto weaponslate
Ito Ole hands o of aB aT avowed ed enemy of ofId ofhis
Id his eGI1IItry eGI1IItryTltere eottatryThere
There are processes 1 In the Knapp KnappJDaBHfaet Knappaeeufaetere
JDaBHfaet aeeufaetere re ad aanipalatteea a1JMI1at14o or steel 1fteelthat steelthat
that are net known I In tile trade today todayand t 4a 4aaad
and the they are carried 88 Ie bBlldlttp that thatso
RO visitor sltor or empleye who does DOt work workla workis
la them Ie JHrmltted to enter tmterDESPERADOES enterDESPERADOES
Attack Two P engers and After Re Relieving Relieving
lieving Them of Their Valuables ValuablesAdminister ValuablesAdminister
Administer Severe Beating BeatingCHICAGO BeatingCHICAGO
CHICAGO N Yea 22South th Side IHtlke IHtlkeare pelkeare
are la search 01 a Pac ol holdtap men menThey lUNTHY
I THY bearded a W Weawoeth atuertk Aell1le Aell1leelectric Avesueelectric
electric car stopped it lid attacked attackedValentine ttaekedValenti
I Valenti Valentine II 3lnw aM Leo JtaoldtJ JtaoldtJdragged lleysoidsdragged
I dragged them fro the ear aad took tookfrom tookfrom
I from Simons St oDa a the diseased pt pin aDd a aal1 aatsall
al1 RIB oC JBO mosey e from Reynolds R9J1tOIdIllThe ReynoldsThey
The They t then heat tM two men 18to In Ino Insensibility
sensibility o lbutt The thieves made good their tbtIreseape theirescape
escape eseapeGIVE escapeGIVE
i Suspected Murderer of Nellie Cropsey CropseyWill CropseyWill
Will Not Be CcateRt With Second SeceadDegru SecondDegree
Degree Verdict VcrlictELIZUUtTH VerdictELIZtBRTlf
I ELIZUUtTH CITY N C Nov 22A 22Afellow A Afellow
fellow prlflelter yesterday y ached HIe J JWlleex Jae is isWilcox
1 Wilcox who has been tee granted a sew aewtrlsl sewtrial
trial os Ute e charge rge of tINt merrier r of Net Netlie
i It lie Crep y Ie 1te w be coolest with witha 1tk 1tkI
a verdict et eameder er I he the second deree dereeHe CIee CIeeHe
He said hi 01 Give me Uberty or dYe me medeath e edeath
death The aipetior court will toda todaUIII9 today todayname
name the place where lIere the sew trial will willbe willbe
be held heldJOHN ekl eklJOHN
i i ii J8 the hpreJDe Court ot the District DlatrtctOle Districttoday
today Ole J Justice Bt ptngbsea ax Axed the tltet thebead
bead t J Jobs Ha7N at 5 5N lie to abide altklEoU abideby
by U the remit oC his appeal LG Ute Courtof Court CCHtrtof
of A Appeshs oC o < the District 01 Colors ColumIda Colorshis
Ida IdaHay hisHayes
Hay Hayes is wanted b by the omcla oielals or orPrl ofPrince
Prl Prince ee Geor George e e eoesty l7 Md ld tft answer aReweras answeras
as indictment eJuuxl ehargiag g blat lal with tk vie vloJaUB vielatiog
latiog JaUB the gaming > law at Cke Chesapeake ChesapeakeJanetiou pea peaJnetioD
JnetioD Wlt Whoa taken fate custody bJ bJthe bythe
the Itatrlet ut authorities rtUea HaJ Hayepseoght gbt to toaeeuro tosecure
secure hi hts released d tla throeghirbeas eer eerMIS eerfats
fats proceed proceedGOlIPERS preeeediugr preeeediugrGOMPERS
NEW ORLXANa e 3 eIv e eGomgers c cGOM99IW <
GOM99IW was ow a lai a T rct lf lflCCllfllt eeLi eeLipresident <
president wltltottt t t fro b bJfMeratJ yh yhFoderatloa
JfMeratJ Foderatloa of l aIt r rI ti tiPERISH
LONDON Nev He JL 22 r sr iP iPMist l 1 1let a sl slstreet
Mist let street III 11M ° veeRS Ai Airlet attrtet
J rlet today a w WAt6t t a3 1 mob 4 4ero < gti gtiwere
were ero burned to deal
U tim will nett rer rearraoae te the feetk feetklil ieetks ieetksdistricts
lil districts trlc oC Celom Colombia ned that t1t t e gev gevert goreraatest
ert will n girder aR election 01 men RlRMI menhers
hers MI ef f eOllgr eOllgrGreat eoegras eoegrasGreat
Great credit is tl doe e to Admiral Casey Caseythe uey1 uey1tJte
the NaY D6fHrtme t says JPa for bringing br1nglRgtorether bringingtogether
together Oft his flagship the repre represents representstires ent enttlY
tires of the goverRUJDt and Instlrget Instlrgetfor insurgeatforces
for forces Through his lrorta the val has hasbeen basbeen
been ended sad on traffic aCl188 the thelatlamll8 theIsthmus
Isthmus uaurrll41 uaurrll41The assurredThe
The ending of the war Is rOfudod as asof asof
of the utmost importance by the Covers GovenmeDt Coversmeat
meat beea becaaee of its bearl bearing g on the canal canalDe canalnegotiations
De negotiations with itk Colombia which have bl1ebeeu havebeen
been somewhat strained In the past few fowweek fewweeks
week 08e reason aaon for or this friction was I IOle
Ole active part taken by the American Americanl1oral Americanpral
l1oral f forces reea la guarding the isthmianrailway isthmian I Irailway
railway At one time the Colombian Colombiangovernment I IperameRt
government gave unmistakable evidence evidenceof
of Its dipleasure pleasure al th the American attl attitsde attltaade
taade tsdeLAST taadeLAST
Program Replete With l lliant
liant Entries EntriesHUNTER I IHU
Battle Battle Royal in Polo Pony Class Be Betw Between
tw tween en Reggie Vanderbilt and andKinqdon andKindon
Kinqdon Gould GouldNSW GouldNtV
NSW NtV YORK Nov 22The TIte program pr8iramfer
fer tile last day f the IIrOMRt Hors HorsSbow Horse HorseShew
Sbow which passes late history at 11 11cleek 11Veloek
Veloek cleek tonight was as varied and at atracdve at attractive
racdve a8 Ute directors dlr tora could JtONfbl JtONfblake posNbly y yaske
ake it itIt iL iLIt
It provided rooWe for displays oC Shotland ShotlandtsUloo Skothandstallions
stallions posies under addle horses ofthe or ort
t the e street reet cleaning department cavalry cavaJryItos cavalryhorses
horses harness t teases rMdsturs and andjumpers
jumpers anti pole pontes aDd as a agraDd agrand I
grand cUmu a prize for the t hoot qall qallIQd gealifled
fled UDI Jointer la Ute w With the thoa3rdlng theawarding
awarding of f the latter prize the theelghtceRIih theeighteenth
eighteenth aasual exkibtUes etldblU of toe Na NaUOBal Natiosal
UOBal Here Show Association A lation of ofAneriea
AJReriea COllIes t to all end eJHIThe endThe
The male IB t9II1e at tile Her Horse Show Showlast Silo I Ilut
last sight occurred In the polo clue cluea Blaseand
a and d wa was h between ween the two Vanderbilt Vanderbiltboys I
boys 110 and the 1te two GettW Jay and King Kingdon i
lIeD The U Hal Vanderbilt J ek eontisued eon
teaued and Reggie Vanderbilt for tile thefro I
I IIrat
fro time durtag the aM show reeefy received the the7ehhew i iellew
7ehhew ellew 11 rbbbns being ltel g bastes crt t by byKlsgdon 1
Klagd n OeuHl w who O CAptured the Woe WHedeeeraUoB Woedecoration
deeeraUoB aM Jay who Well Ute reel red redIt I
It was a beautiful Ag t all te riders I
PottlBg tll their lr pontes LG their etaootMrs ata96L
Irs O George ore Gould the boys BlOt ntotka ntotkasat It et etNt I
Nt in 1 the box et e Ja Janes H ny Hyde e aB aBclleored andcheered
cheered her seas as as 11 beat she COtIkI tooMOld I IOld
Old Jame JaBMIS R Ptlreell Pore the veteran exhibitor ex i ihlbttor
hlbttor Cro from Virginia was a eontNtant contestaaland eontNtantaIHI
and seated t41 Oft his Mosey HOlte Bite the old oldman ld ldMan
Man presented a strange appearance appearaaeerWag appearanceriding
riding arOtiH t the e ring his bag white whitebeanl whitebeard
beard wa wavtsg vtag Ja the breeze Itr lie was waseasily as
easily 1 aetelassed tela04 but nevertheless re reeet recelvod
eet celvod a hearty earty round oC applaae applaaeHarry ppta pptaHarry
Harry PaRe Whitney ta y another suRerer suRer IIVerer
er of the Vanderbilt luck obtained hisarsa his his8r
arsa 8r t blue J lue ribbon last sight In tile cia ciaror class classfor
for pairs to a Stanhope or dealmail dealmailEGOTIATION8 deml atl atlNEGOTIATIONS
Secretary Hay to Make Tentative Ten Tentative
tative Agreement AgreementIn
In e8H4Mtt1eBee 8 the attitude ot theCelestas 1M 1MCelWa
Celestas geverarseeet verRIBe t with klt regard to toUt tothe
the Ut t terms of the tr treaty aty t8 grant tilt theLuitod
CDit Luitod Skates tlHtrlslK the right to construct tM
Pa Panama a Canal 3ecretar Secretary ny
y by diree direetioa tree
lIoR 8f Ow President has
begUN Ja isfcrmel Jacorlllal
corlllal Regotlatto with the a8yerS a8yerSaHtBta soverameat
meat aHtBta o of NItuCMA and Costa Rica Ricawhich UeawWek
which 0 have for their object the eoltelu eolteluet coaelasles
sles et a tentative canal treaty to toIU8tl be besebnkted
sebnkted IU8tl to the SeDate It the Cetera CelomWalt Ceterabias
Walt government does
not show a mere
liberal dlapOIIm dispestttes dispestttesMr
Mr 1 111 has had eor eenfereaees re eetl oa the thesubject
subject bJeet WI with R Sc Senor or Cer Ceres a the minister ministerof Ilater
of Nicaragua and Senor Cal Calve the mia Ia
later of Costa Rica He
was closeted cledfor closetedfor
for 8 10 long tine is I the tllplolDtle reeep
tics room C the
State Deperlmest rleat to today toThe
day dayTII
The TII negotiations with
Bl mast mastseccasarlly IIt IItecaearUr
ecaearUr be regarded a as informal but butthey lMItthey
they are ot suite ulte 35 IMCi serieas tall a character characterI
H t these with ith Colombia OelmhlaI ColombiaThere
There Bs bees ae c change 1ft the thevlrlual thevirtual
I virtual dolldleek that Ita has been ftuae4 1ft 1fttbe isthe
the Panama J8StKtatto by It tile tleeltaa tleeltaatloo deeltsation
tloo of the
Colombian government togrant to togrant
grant the sited States
complete qon qontrel OD ODLrol
Lrol over the territory through which hlek It ItIs Itis
Is proposed Hd to dig tn canal Jt what whateet whateReet
eReet eet If aMY the ending oC the civil war warht warIn
ht C Colombia lomWa will have os o the canal Ik segetistiens
3StlaUfQltJ getistiens I is Dot known to omeiais fRciAI here IwrlPwltu herewho
who are frank t is lMIytag ttll ibat tk wacer wacertaiaty Beer Beereabat
eabat taiaty of tile Celomhl authorftles authorftlesmake authortiesmakes
make It u useless to guess on the subject
Commander m a Nlblack NlblackNo
No Hope of Luck of WarWith War WarWith
With Spain Next TimeMANY Time TimeMArJY
More Ships and aD More Officers and MenImperatively Men I
Imperativ Imperatively ly ° IeededThe Fatal FatalMist FatalMistake
Mistake Mist e of Congress a aThe 1The
1 1American
The sensational eam comments ea the theAmerican
American navy made bY LleutfJn Lieutenant LieutenantCommander Bl BlCommander
Commander A P Niblack at the tenth tODthannual tenthannual
annual meeting of the Society or Naval NavalArchitects
Architects and Marine Engineers I In InNew
New York yesterday were the subject ot
much discussion at the Navy Department Departmenttoday
today It Is said that Commander Nlb U UJack
Jack expressed the views o of naval om omeels officers
eels generally generallyIn
In reerrin referring to the need ef mere shiPS shiPSCommander shipsCommander
Commander Niblack saidSuch said saidSucb
Such ships 8blp as we Improvised In the thfar thewar
war ar with fth spain will not answer In the thenext thenext
next war It Is Is to be regretted that we wehave wehave
have not a regular building program of ofbattleships ofbattleships
battleships bPttbat but hat Is hoping for too toomuch toomuch
much oreshht foreslchtCommander oreshhtCommander
Commander Nlblack spoke briefly ot otthe ofthe
the part the ti D v took In the war Ill with wllhTripoli withTripoli
Tripoli the wr of 181 and the chn clviiwar
war He said I1C Work of the navy isnot Is
not In the leasftunderstood leas understood by the coun country country
try at large He Hi spoke poko oC the dispoltlon dispoltlonwhich
which he saM extats 8ts In Congress and in inlhe inthe
the country atilargo to let up on naval navalexpansion
expansion History he said tea teaohes teaohesthe ho8 ho8the
the folly of suoh a course and r reason reasontolls a80n a80ntolls
tolls us that w we are courting humilia humiliation humiliation
tion tionA
A good manoJ the socalled cruisers erulscl3on
on our list nr areiitttle htle better than junk JURkfor junkfor
for our p purposes rposes and nd they should be reo reoplaced re replaced
placed by shh ships > sicdeslgned tleaigned for scouting scoutingand scoutingand
and auxiliary fPUrposes purposes It Is only by byluck bylack
luck or by In indirection IlrecUon that a modern modernbattleflblp modernbattleship
battleship can sInk another by gun fire ftrbalone firealone
alone We need not In the future expect expeclto
to set ships on tire by gun fire as at atSantiago atSantiago
Santiago 0 or Manila and Indeed Indeedhave the thehave
have a long way to go before we eau eauexpeet canexpect
expect to achle slctorles over our next nextadersary nextadversary
adversary Th Title 1a a warnln warning and not oota nota
a pr prophecy prophecyCommander phecu phecuCommmderN1blaek
CommmderN1blaek Commander Nibiaek also urged rged the thenecessity
Dece necessity slty for tormote more orocers and mon for forthe or orthe
the nn nnTROLLEf navy navyTROLLEYiAHSTRlKER
T ventyfour Others to Be BeGiven BeGiven
Given Separate Trials TrialsARATOC TrialsSARATOGA
SARATOGA > ARATOC N Y Nev 22la la the tkeSa theSaratoga
Sa Saratoga Alega eOttnty county court < Abner A1t or E Brock Broekway Brockway
way eC Meehanledville Ieehnnle dlle He of the tJietW8styAve thetwentyAve
tW8styAve Indicted for riotous demon ComenatratloD demonstrations
atratloD ID ee connection nectlos with the reeeDl reeeDlstrtke recentstrike
strike en the Hudson Valley llloy Railway Railwayhaa Railwayhas
has boon found gui1t guilty and will be senteneed sen sentegeed
tegeed on Monday The verdict at t tJlIrr the thejury
jury bas In a measure tended to create createalmost
almost a panic amon among the tveBtyfeur tveBtyfeurotbers twentyfourother
other all or whom are to have separate separatetrials
trials trialsItowanl trialsHoward I
Howard O Osgood good er Ctlllwater the mo mot motorman
t torman nnan on the IIson Valley Railway Railwaywhose Railwaywhose
whose dl discharge 8arge led t 1Ie re roeoat ot strike trikeOft strikeoft
Oft t that at road Is reported to have been beenrelDtated beenreinstated
reinstated by General tanager D S SJOlfelyn SJosselyn
JOlfelyn and will resume work ork on Mon 1108day Monday
day nex nexa ex
Fuller Company Not Nego Negotiating
tinting for Property PropertyTile
Tile report that the holier CeMY CeMYbad Cespasybad
bad renewed negotiations for or the par HIreltase parchase
chase of the Bite at the corner or orjl1tccnth ofFifteenth
Fifteenth anti UStret H Streets northwest ep eppOIIlte eppestte
pOIIlte the ShorebBm Hotel oa which wblchta whichstands
ta old St Matthews Cbttre1t wa wadenhd ass assdenied
denied thA afternoon by Father Thomas ThomasS
S Lee rector ol the pariah pariahlrnthcr parishFather
Father Lee stated that the orer 01 etiw0ee
4 iw0ee for the property was IUI originally ortglaallyIaRdo originallymade
made ab abed Ut > three years 8rs ago when It Itwas itwas
was offered to payoff pay off the mort mortgage sase oC
180000 OR the properly and aCtor pltl pltlIng pitnhug
hug a mortgage oC iOOOM OK the land leuMiasd landand
and big hotel which It t was proposed te tecreel toerect
creel to give Ie the church a second mort mortgago
gago covering the remainder oC the put putcbase purchase
chase price This offer was promptly promptlyretMd promptlyrefused
refused as 10 case of failure or the on onterprltle enterprise
terprltle the church people wo would ld have to toIMiT tobay
bay IR the fist mortgage to protect protectthemselves
themselves tltemsehosA I
A ow months past a representative of ofthe ofthe
the Fuller company submitted anot another anotherproposition er erprop06lt1oll
proposition to Father Lee OR the basis baalsoC basisof
oC 400000 for the he property ut It its itsterms II IIterms
terms were lees advantageous alvttagt > ut than the tlefirst theArst
first offer Atl offer o of 1250 a foot was wassubmitted wassubmitted
submitted by Thomas Walsh the Colo Colordo Colorado
rdo mining king at one time but Will Willaftorw wagafterwr1
aftorw afterwr1 rl withdrawn Recenl1 Recentlr several senralothor severalother
other parties have entered into negottationa nego negotiations
tiations for the properly but aa yet yetnothing >
nothing definite bail been aecomplleheod accompllohedWARSHIPS aecomplleheodWARSHIPS
The north 4tlanthe 4tJa tlc squadron left San SaaJuan SanJuan
Juan Ye5te yeateY ay for Culebra Island
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Skew 91 r n d UI t 1 1N 1N
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G M Lg L l lei f fK e eKteeegr
K Kteeegr M eot It fl II i 11 11Rd 3t1leJetyr
1leJetyr Rd fi 1 5t I IndnroU 1Q 1QReckwoI
ndnroU R lk II US I lQCeeda4ot 11
Ceeda4ot 611 tka l 1J II ter i u
t K 00 rkJr t 30 SI SIDOO i le leneemse I
DOO neemse 000 fh f II > M a e
YALE YALEAverage 01 011enle
Average 1enle welttkf el t e eleven Mtis JSIa JIIIIMk JIIIIMkAnrale PaaadtAverage
Average wet wettoeDitt wefaht e4 Nei 114tH p pAverage
Average weight fII baeke Ht HtVir2ge Mt pseeeds pseeedsAverage
Average Vir2ge iIeiPt heI ht i fret U 114 iReItes iReItesAmg MekesAverage
Average eat a 12 ti JIII JIIIC years yearsGerms
C Germs ta pIII psyed JL ILGaea
Gaea 03 sea M tIPd 1 1Te4a1 rTotal
Total fle lf is mPPeeeata eppe enU a ar Q QPereeatage =
r Pereeatage I1Btace ate eppeB eppesents 8JL 8JLSTRIKE 1 1STRIKE
No More Sessions Until De December De December
I IOperators
Operators and Mine W Workers otkers to Confer Conferand Conferand
and Some Form of Agreement May MayBe MayBe
Be Then Reached ReachedSCRANTOX ReachedSCRANTON
SCRANTON Pa Nor o 22The Tbe strike strikeeomml strikecommission
eomml commission sioR aelJetKDed this morning to tomeet tomeet
meet again In this city OB December i iIn 3In
In the the meantime the operators and the theraise
raise IBO workers will try to reach 2t eon eORferences eonferencee I
ferences which Ue are to be held as agree agreet
t > iegt about the que questions tlons at issue Each Eachside
side I is wllllng wllllngAUt willingAUtarne I
AUt AUtarne rne1s s for fore U1erarGra perators inferaaed inferaaedeke Inrn e4 e4n
n jorniniealea e D inTisr a t atrhilb t iih1le net ppo1RS oppotigoenelliatdtt ppo1RSoeDelUata
oeDelUata oenelliatdtt measures 1Boas res tnr they desired that thattile thatthe
tile commission make 1 fall report span apeathe spanthe
the quMtICH at t Issue JI that It would wouldrorm wouldform
form a permanent basis of settlement o oall of ofall
all disputes between t the operators and andthe J Jthe
the mine workers IB this elea relenWhen I IWben
When Ute commission e convened nyeBOO this tbtlmoraiag thismorning
morning Attorney Barren for or the mine miBeorkers mineworkers
workers said We e have apaeced acted open pea the theMlggetlUOR thesuggestion
suggestion made by the eonnl commission sloa yes yesterday
terday and are ready to meet with the theltOlses theattorneys
attorneys 0 t ether bide to dl discussthe cutJahe
the he questions before the commS8IH commS8IHWe cemmisslesWe
We are hopeful that some settleeat settleeatean
can be reached Under tile etrc etrctaReN dream dreamstances
stances and In order also te allow 1 to toIrepare toprepare
prepare tables C wages to submit te tethe tothe
the eommiHlB we del lt aell advisable altle te toask I Ia
a ask k for aa fljEHtrDIBeat te DeeeMlter t tWe
We ha hayy the greatest C8aidoRee I fn Ute UtegoCHI thegood
good whCk which will u come from the meeting meeUagIn
In the meantime Dl88nUDtJge meantimeJudge
Judge Gray said We have heard or or1be ofthe
the satlsfaet10a with which hleh the segges seggesUon s
lion ot yesterday bas bees received 01 Ourduty
duty Is te hear the QII queetk tk1H ss which are arebelorc arebefore
before us and pass upon them bet we weare e I
are also a colDl8t commission llon ol e aUB atlesTke
Tke suggestion he said was U mask aJequite maskquite I
quite Independently of f making any anyagreement
agreement regarding questions which hlch are arenot I Ibto
not bto before e this IS commission commissionEPAIITM
Has Not Yet Been Notified Notifiedof
of Murder MurderAi MurderAfter
Ai After iarther fW HItPIerU a aNderstIoe te4l te4lthe today of ofthe
the ease el W G84Itrq Heater Jr s sea seaof
C the URkelll 5 Stales ratl6t te Guatemala GHate GHatem
m mala WH teak k refuge I b his fathers fatherslegalise
legdl legalise yesterday aft after sheeting and andkilling i iknN
knN killing IClihtaea wm A A FltzrreraW Ue St State StateDepartment I IDeprtllte
Department t elJlda oil dals IIKt decided ed to ad adhere adhereto I Ito
to the policy adopted last afotJl of DOt sottaking i
taking 8R any aetl8tl 111 the matter er er notice noticeof i
o of It UNtil advices ricea were eel6d rpeeivedt ire from fromMialster i iRIar
Mialster RIar hunter or 1 the GHtemalas get geternmeat go I
ernmeat formaU formally making klBg complaint eomplaJuLI
It waR saW at the departlBetat t48 today todaythat
that 11 the Ottatemah B government de desires
sires 10 arrest rest young Hunter the proper propercourse
course ourtte rot It to pursue would be te pre prent present
sent nt a warrant at the legation and If ifMinister
Minister H Heater 1Bter declined to surrender surrenderhis surrenderhis
his son to eater oter complaint with t this thisGovernment ltl
Government through the GuatemBlaa GuatemBlaanhdater Guatemalsaaiciater
nhdater hese here This w9t weald ltl 10 t the theState e eState
State Department a beats for Ute cea enelderation ld lderatloa
eratloa or the q questions e tlen Involved Involvedot involvedNot
Not ot a word has come to the State StatepartlBollt De Department
partlBollt shoat Ute eas ease since the N Ncelp rvcelpt
celp oC C Gonadl BSttt General lcNallys tele telegram ele eleIrJl1
gram tell tellh a dy and young youngHunters IJDg IJDgHunter8a
Hunter8a Hunters a to a olf undaa undaathe 41al 41allhe
the proteei ie f ft t f oDlcial oDlcialroof olicielroof
roof It 1 ii rn 11 minister RllnlstorI
I vlrtull virtually 1 1 i I tf 1Uon < aN andtpahlo
tpahlo 010 t to 3rntb ntIJ r ae 10 h P h tek tekraJ tokaraph
araph raJ r fl etfee T rryc Sa Stave DVr rest t M M91JdoM is9igfoes
91JdoM to Ct = et > t n1o r t11It + tllet 01 t tafair ir irt Putt Puttdoes
t does s Ret fc p fnni fin te a lOtI br r them tltnat themat
at this lime
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Guest at hany FunctionsWith Functions FunctionsWith
With His Cabmet CabmetLUNCHEON CabtnetLUNCHEON
Addresss es to B Boys ys at High Schoel Dedicatib Dedi Dediatfon
catib atfon i The Union League Club ClubBanqnet ClubBanquet
Banquet Tonight TonightPHILADELPm TonightPHILADELPBJA
PHILADELPm Nov 23Praoldssl 23PraoldsslRsosevelt Pr PrReOllevelt
ReOllevelt aa m6IDHD el Ilk Cabinet Cabinetcame Cabinetcame
came to Philadelphia today fee Ute two twofold
fold eJd Jt purpose rMNIe of participating la the dedl dedlcattoB dedication
cattoB of the > Dew building oC the Centrallilgb Central i ip
lilgb p cho ate attending tile aDII annual annualFceodera ClI i
Fceodera DB baasaet at the Uee UeeLoeguo I ILoagao
Loagao In attIW addition n to these t twee public pcwsPtHlQraneas publicsppearaneee
sPtHlQraneas the tbewer d rwtt rwttwere
wer were hg f T irists is r ex 1 1IiiiistG 1IiiiistGenl tar Qo Qoaal
enl Charles Emor Emory Smith at h his real rMldeANaM realdense
deANaM dense and also f1If Mr Eftard Edward T TOOIT Stetea Steteabury
bury vice president ot t UI Oll OllLeague
League Tae Prcsldent aM Ills JNU1 party partyleft
left Wa Washington l this morning at t5S t oa
a special train ever tile PemMlyl PemMlylRailroad Penasylottia PenasylottiaRailroad
Railroad that t Bt ani arrived at Dr Bread Street Streetst1ttOB Streetstation
st1ttOB station at 119 1l The party eemprtetl eemprtetlPre eeesprisedPresident
Pre President ldet1t Roosevelt Re eevelt Secretaries Shaw SkewHitchcock
Hitchcock aH Wi Wilson and P PGeaeral Postmaster PostmasterGeneral
General P Payne PaynePresident ac acPresWeRt
President Jeeep Dadlagtea sad Vtcfo VtcfoPre Vie ViePresident
Pre President ldt WtlllaBr B Van Le Leasep Hp e t tUalos the theLsloa
Ualos L Leanne heani beamed the special 1 train trainst 1
st t Wilmington and upon I ha arrival 11 here hereintredeeed 8 8intr
intr intredeeed 41 eed the President and alMlef members membersof
ef his party t to the l guest t committee committeecomprising tee
comprising Hen DIIr BettMr Robert ReltertC RobertC
C Llpplaoett oxMayor M7Ck JMwta So Sh Shart Stutart
art aDd Henry E E CarM41 GarsedThe CarM41Tile
Tile start for the high aeheot wasthen was wastllee
then IRa made Tho Th 1a day was a gale sa eve for fertbe forthe
the 1 1710 M1If1Jt oC tINt ached el aU if ifWDo itwhom
WDo whom 1 leek part a Ute tre program raa TIHHtck Theeghdenied TIHHtckdeated
denied admle ka te Ute aemeabty r rOwiDg mom momowing
owing to 0 the ladt ef seating eaeclCY eaeclCYtke eaptdtythe
the lien w were B88dlunBoc ed aM played PIa78dtheir playedtheir
their pat well T The entire building lMtildiagwas buildingwas
was gaJy tleeeraled tleeeraledEeryone decoratedEveryone
Everyone In the assembly hIr r room arose aroseand atOEea114l
and the orchestra played rIM The Stars Starsand j
and Stripes Perr as tM PreNeats PreNdeatsparty
part party arrived and the Pre8llleat ad adva advaaoed I
va vaaoed down the long aisle to the plat pIaIfera platform
form Pe P rw reach t the e building Nmg Yr Reese RoeMIt Reeseveil
veil It Jltcs parsed > j dtre ch a It e t 1 11W ate atedents 11 11dttats
dents ch wa waving B5 aa A ter1caaelt4Mrtag Ig and andcheering
cheering like mad It was eIMIhIvaltly eIMIhIvaltlyafUlr ceameablyalter
alter aHa MIr t the e President Prwthis began beganbin
his oration oratloBOs orationOn
Os leaving < Ute high school Proudest rreaNeatROCIfeIllt ProudestRoeaevelt
ROCIfeIllt m l ae members et f hit tJ tJwere partywere
were drtve dye te the residence of Charles CharlaEmery CharlesEmery
Emery Smith where lenchess was WIIatak wastakes
takes tak about 131 a crockAbeet crock doekc
Abeet c J eekek eleek tit the Pr Presidet eRt wilt at attoad t tad
toad ad a reeeptiea at M r raidenon of JW JWwu41 l lward
ward T setry The ree reeeptka at attIM atthe
tIM residence aC fr 9toteaMC wUi wibiaeeemarily I
aeeemarily aecoaarl1 Jte limited ig iavtsn uttaUea jn jnAhent I IAet
Aet 2ft lantaU invitations bave have Nell Mat oat oatAfter t1 t1Arter
After Ute reeetlt reeeptioa which wW term termgate tenaI1 tenaI1aa8
gate about I eclock the Pre wilt wUlreat wiltrest
rest at the home fIl oIl Stetry St tesbery ull ullfcleek soil soili
i fcleek when lie will lie rhea to the theUalen i iUalo
Ualo League fer the Itu4t bansaetThe I ITile
Tile U Dales League celeWatie ctC ctCIIC1UHIers ofPonders
Ponders 1 Day with a hsagvet will WI par partake partake
take of a natJoul elutraeter for Cahiaet Cahiaetoticera cIaI et etoiker
oiker rang high la tIM any area sad navy navyand Ba i iaJMI
and distinguished lted eiUlaRII are among aMOlttheta amongthe
theta the guests There will willapeeehea be teasts and andspeeches
apeeehea to he led DF t President Pre N at who whowill i iwill
will re respond pe to IIItteraaeea oC heart heartwelcome i
welcome from rom Joseph k G arHg4elt arHg4eltprMlld4lat Daragteapresident
president or the Vales Lea League LeagueCZARWITCHS l lCZAPWITCHS
COPENHAGEN Ney J2TIte eoadI condition I
tloa of the CmrUck t f R Russiaa who 110 has hasbees I
beeR dangerously nf 111 for some weeks weekspt weekspest
pt pest Is DOW reganl regarded as hopeless hopeleaDr hopelessDr
Dr Hwlaa ef New York who 1M has bees lIeeaIs beesa
Is a consultation with tile eeart eearte pltyel pltyeleiaas
eiaas e a agrees wlt with then that tMtWJe1e medicbae medicbaeis
is useless Aa a sal 1 resort tM rays rayspetteat Nal Nalwill
petteat will Ite seat lit t the em fa ue ueke thehope
ke hope that the hndag air titer there will willprove 111 111roc
prove roc beneflcf beneiciaL L
Great Struggle Anlicpi Anlicipated Anlicipatedon aced acedon
on Yale Meld This A Afle Aflen ez eznCon
nCon n an Between Belwten Rival Fcof Fcofball Feo Feoha
ha ball Ele Elevens ens ensRecordBreaking
1 1RecordBreaking
RecordBreaking Crowds In Incade Invade
cade the Ize Elm Cilp Cil Y Among
Them Man klanp DislingulSh DislingulShad Dislin gursh gurshed
ad Yisrhrs Yisrhrsi YisrhrsOTHER ViSll rs
At Norfolk vaURIlenlty oC Vir Virglues r
glues e Cadlsl Indians IndiansAt
At Jtc IthacaCornell orB u vs Vermont VermontAt ormont ormontAt i
At HaerBrewlI va vs Dartmouth DartmouthAt
At MW4letewaW8IIIeyaa 1lWd bltow8 r esleeaa TS rlm rlmhers Am
At Aaa MItorMlellfgaa vs 111n Mm MmAt
e At Aa b1I1J1UE pils MdWestern MdW8 torn Maryband Mary MaryJaatI I
band vs St St Jons College CollegeAt CollegeAt
At Batmliahrg tRwg MdMount Xd Iount St Stl StlMarrs j
Marrs a ye University eC Iaryland Marylantat i
At at IAwtg PaDalUmore Sled t Iteal
teal College vs II BilekaotL BiekaelLAt I IAt
At C arIe Cherleetee iI W VaWashingtea VaWashIog
tea and Lee rec University or West
I Vk Virginia iAIa
At p1tlll hJphlaCorneU Freshmen Freshmenrot
f No Pima Preea JtrasimeaNEW PreeaJEW
JEW lUV1L Co Cons Nt 22All AI1 is isIa isis
Ia r readineap far the aI strugg struggle f tar tarsupremacy r rMlpretllllC
MlpretllllC between the varsity football footbal1ele footballelevens
ele elevens of Yale and Harva Harvard on Yale Yalethl6 Yalefold
fold this anentee aftersees The weather jg jgt6rfect
perfect sad Vlt the 3t1H1eats will have drY
laleK bleachers ors I tit 1p epos f1 aM watch th thae the the3sA
ae aeDeCIt
DeCIt tees ant Ja the pink or condtfda condl condldOll
dOll alll each side Is cenldent ot vic vicIer rtca
a Ier i alda ak g die edits are i to 3 on onYaM onTale
YaM TaleNever
Never tnler Wke Ia the hIstory of Yale Yale1aa5 Yalehas
has there beet ek a crowd quartered quarteredI
I In t BIa City Every betel is taxed taxedto tazefto
to its limit and
special trains are at attiring ar
tiring every cry boor leaving their human humaDfrelg humanfreight
freight t oC cheering yelling football el a ailatslasts
thHtuts gaUl decorated with gaud gandrknots
beta at bite er crimson ribbons the tb6eolera
eolera oC their rC3 respective > eeclve favorites
Miss Roos Roosevelt velt There Therediip here here11fi
diip 11fi Dg1wel t neei vs tors r3are are here hreu hereamong
u among g them Senator aer aDd Yrs Cbauney CbauneyI
I Depew 111 a and frs WhltelaW Reid RefdMtII Reidsad
sad their charming guest lass Alice Alleet AliceRoosevelt
Roosevelt t who will c cheer eer on to vitory vitorytlte vietorpthe
the keys TIt been oW Harvard her r t her heraJa hers hersarses
aJa mater Reginald Vanderbilt and andltts andhis
his Aaneee Vise
Catberlne Neilson 3 3rtYeIi a arteed
rtYeIi with Senator Depews part party partyOe
011 Ute private ear r Dime came Edwin EdwuGeukl EdwinGould
Gould and on ue Laredo the Sire Sirebrothers S 8 8woUters
brothers Jobs MeCaH 8ft New York and andhis andhis
his family aria OR a private ear as dl diAdriaa dlAdctaa
Adriaa Adctaa Isellu JaeJIa Jr The latter arrived or orfit orsae
sae fit the trains et the Harvard Club CluboC Clubof
oC Nw Yk There being two each or orORe oftee
tee coaches coachesOne
ORe special was leased bY the th t 1 1Yer8tty fversity
Yer8tty Club e Beaten and one b by lJa lJaPtu hePtrrItaa
PtrrItaa Ptu CJu A80t Another er bro gkt the athbele ath athletic
letic MeOdaUoR C Harvard graduates graduatesWJtk graduatesSVttk
WJtk ted tedaTs y5 eeRteet the football sea seasea sease
sea Is practically nar except for the theTltuksgt theThanksgiving
Tltuksgt Thanksgiving ny gams 18 aDd the greatNavyArmy great greatN
N NavyArmy onn battle ta PhlJadel PhII delpbia > ha next nextAR
Saserdey AR ther eC the meat prominent promiDenp prominent10aeaos
p e today Is tit the Me at Norfolk be beUte belanes
lanes Ute Indians ad the tDlerslt tTntverslty ot otIDten
IDten Intenee e Excitement EcitementBet
Bet Yale and HIIIft Harvard d await wal the bf beginning
ginning of tile great football game with withsuppressed
suppressed pni811 excitement
Not in
man manrs many manyyears
years rs Q bane both eleV1itQfl and the graaa graaaates graduates
ates and students eI both universities 8tlversitluheeaa universitiesbeen
been sec caa tddeat fit victory Yale min mincannot mrnaJUNtt
cannot belle that Harvard can 111 win winand il iltJte
and the Harvard men talk today or th thef the thenumber
number ef HtIIIs Ja their score That Thatwill ThatMe
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