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r Fair and nd warmer w rnler tonight tonightSunday tonight i A COMPLETE CONPL COI LETE E AND ACCURATE A ACCURATEi i
Sunday increasing nceasl g cloudiness cloudinesslight b bSunday fir 1rb U h a t i 1 RECORD Of T Tlight THE NEWS NEWSil NEWIJght
j light variable winds windsHI rinds y il AT HOME AND ABROAD ABROADWASHISTGTOK ABROADk ABROADNumber ARCfADbe
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Number 22B9 WASHISTGTOK WAsnINGrONt T dSIII GZ0 t SATURDAY AT T1JRD Ii DA Y Y is 10S OTEMBElf O ElIBER MBE > 0 Price One Cent
j SAILORS STRUGGLING WITH WITHSOLDIERS WITHSOLDIERS WITHI
SOLDIERS FOR SUPREMACYON SUPREMACY SUPRElvlACYON SUPREMACYON
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ON FRANKLIN FIELD TOD TODA TODAY A Y
Football Contest Between Un Uncle U12ek Un Uncle ¬
e cle Sams S Sam lllS s Proteges Wit Witnessed ti4TIte ti4TItnessed 1TTifnessed ¬
nessed b hta a Distinguished Dislm9uislledCatflerrng DistinguishedGathering DisflllguisqedGatfzenng
Gathering GatheringPartisans GatfzenngParlisans CatflerrngPartisans
Partisans of Middies and andWest andVest andWest
West Point Cadets in Old OldPhiladelphia OldPllliadelplzia OldPhiladelphia
Philadelphia to 0 Urge rge theTeams the theTeams theTeanls
Teams to Vicloty ViclozZrA ViclotyAzmv Vieot VieotAUT
Azmv AUT A ztrv Has Won Most Games Gamesin
in Struggles With Navy NavyA
A tmy tnl and Navy lVa Nagy Officially OfficiallyRepresented OfficiallyRepresented iieiaJlp I
Represented RepresentedRECORD t II
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I RECORD RE ORD OF THE TEAMS TEAMSi i i ii
i i i i 1bM At t W fi at Psintst Point r t aIt r fII Ara Anv t ttall > t tI
tall 8nl At Anius AiraipelitAie Ht Any 71i N Fee e1 e1l vy W Wll MI
I I ll l 1r9At At West W PehttNary Pobrt N vy K 1 Anay Anaylaw ftIV ftIVI < 1I
I law lS lAt At An AeaapeII BMpeti6 < Mp H6 X avy ry 6 Araqr AraqrISWVt IWJ < 1f tl
ISWVt l tvtt u PMaaaelpbiaArl rhawWrlih 1ltiIIHieIplalaA Aiaa 7 Xfurf 5 5l
f 1000 l OOt At PhH PbihdflrMa d 4hia xaer X av T 11 AtM AtMI J + atb atbI
I t IWi 1OO1t At PhOwtelphla Pldl PhladeIpblalnsy tlelptllay Amty 1 11 x xPHILADELPHIA Navy alrJ > 41 i iPHILADELPHIA iPHILADELPHIA
PHILADELPHIA Nov 2f M 1IEoQ 1IEoQthing Evorl Evorlthing Evory Evorything
thing Is In readiness S for this af afternoons afternoonsnnntal fterdo8nannn terfoonnannual
annual nnn al football game between the West WestPoint WeslTolnt Westroint
Point and the Annapolis olevens evon to toa toa toa
a special ear for r t President Roosevelt la laas Inca5P
ca5P < as at the ass as liour our he e should decide decideto decideto decldei I
i to attend th thgame the game like toe did a year yearago I Iago i iago
ago when tlt i Army and Navy t1lM1 tussIOfor tBMlcCj tBMlcCjfor t1lM1ror
for the pipkin pit ikIQ on Franklin field hew I IBut i iBut iBut
But carivMRritatchos enri eartifrt f tch8S from Washingtonwere Wa8hlngtoo Washington Washingtonwere
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were ere not reaipnring reat it Jring to those who jbad jbadexpected had haderpected hadexpected
expected to see the President once more moreattend moreattend
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attend the game and sit with the Army Armyone Armyone Armyone
one hal and with the Navy aY the other otherhalf otherhalt otherhalf
half of the game Word came that the thePresident thel thePresident
President l > would BOt be able to attend attendthe attondtbe attendthe
the game today but still many believed boliavedhe believedhe boU ved vedhe
he mlgliL It Is circulated that although althoughthe althou althoughthe h
the President would not be able to en enjoy enj01 enjoy ¬ I
joy the game there would be a fitting fittingrepresentative I IrrprcsentatLve l lrcpresentatlxe
representative in Miss U56 Alice Roosevelt ROCHevoltwh Rooseveltnb j jwho
wh who > would be of a party of o forty fort guests guestsof guetaf guestsof
of f Secretary of War Root Secretryj seere Secretn4y Secretn4yRoot 1
Root wtrodthat wired Jrcd that he would be detained deulnedin detaineditrNew
In itrNew New Ybrkand Y rkandZI asw4 ash JwdA tAratslaut Asairtaut ant a atary y ytary
tary Sanger to represent him himProminent hlmProm b1mPromient I
Prominent Prom ent Guests Present PresentNotwithstanding PesebtXotw1hstanding PresentNotwithstanding
Notwithstanding the absence of 01 Ute IBNPresident UtePresident thePresident
President and Lieutenant General Ce 1ertil Mile Mileand Miles Milesand mJSan
and an Admiral Dewey both of whom whom hom are areaway areaway
I Iaway
away from this part of the country countrysever countrynever I Inever
never has there been a more tetingufahed distin distinCUlsbed tUsUn1 tUsUn1Ished
CUlsbed Ished influx of visitors to witness wit witnessthe ne s I Ithe
the annual battle between the Cadets Cadetsand I
and the Middies Among those regis regisItred reglsttred registered
Itred at the hotels here last night to tosee tosee
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see the game were Gen Daniel Sickles SicklesRear SicklesRear I IRear
Rear Admiral Charles ONeill Col and andMrs aM3trs andairs
Mrs John A A Jebnson Capt a lit and Mrs MrsG MrsG rs rsG
G F Summerlin Summerlin Capt E W Vaa C CXuras CLuCns CLucas
Lucas A H Robertson and H H Hal Halsey Halaey Halney
sey IT S A Lieut C H Babcock U US US
S A Major L 1 Mies iles U S A A Gen J JBates
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C Bates Capt H M Reeve U S A AGeorge i
George Henry Gcsman U S A A Gen Genand i iand
and Mrs 3Ir s Fltzhugh Lee Commo Commotiore i itJore
wore Hal Haley y KirbY Walter U S S2v SK
2v Moultaa K K Johnson U S N C CP
P Burt and W V A Larnard of Annapolis Anna Annapolis Annaolls ¬
polis > olls Capt and Mrs G A Zlnn at atFort atFort ofFort
Fort Leavanwertfa Kan Senator and andMrs andMrs and31ra
Mrs F K K Briggs of Trenton W RRing R RKing R RKing
King U S N W A Anderson J J JFiller JFiller JII1er
Filler II1er of Annapolis AnR poU8 and William K KCole PCole FCole
Cole of Washington WashingtonMay WasblngtonMay WashingtonMay
May Be Last Game GameTpon Gamelpon Game1pon
Tpon their arrival here this morning morningmany mornlsgman morningmany
many man of the army arm and navy officers ex expressed exprt86ed expressed ¬
pressed the fear ear that although It was wasstill waRJill wasstill
still the army and nary forever orewr this thismight thismlgbt thismight
might be the last football game between betweenth betwetth betweenib
th army and the tl1 navy DaY There Is seri sericms loriUII sorisus
cms UII thought they said of abandoning abandoningthe abaRdoaiDKthe
the annual game hereafter and this dis disposition disosltion disposition ¬
position osltion on the part of authorities was wasbrought wasbrought wasbrought
brought about sot so much oa areovvt areovvtof at aeeeustof out outof
of the roughness roughn 8 of the game and the thepossibilities tbepossitIllUes thepossibilities
possibilities of Icing permanent injury injuryto luJur injuryto
to the young mer who are being edu educated oouated educated ¬
cated at public expanse exP mss to defend the thecountry thecountry th thcountry
country but because each y YNr ar the theti theticket
ticket ti ket scandal gets bigger biggerIt
It war a common thing last night and andtoday aDdtoday sadtoday
today in every hotel la Philadelphia to tosee tosee tosee
see speculators spe < uJators offering choice Invita Invitations lIavltahans Iavitatrans ¬
hans for the th game at from rom 10 10 to J2S 5 a apair apall apair
pair Same persons who were aaxlowc anxleasto aaD aaDfo
10 see the game and had not b been ea able ableto ahleto ableto
to secure any Invitations paM paW1J a ahigh as ashigh
high 1J iSb as J2fi 5 apiece for or the tickets ticketsStatistics ticketsStatistics ticketsStatistics
Statistics of the Teams TeamsVefif TeamsWfit TeamsRest
Rest Point P4Jl t and Annapolis hnv ha have metsyen met metf IIt8l21ln
f 21ln < vrn times upon te gridiron four fourth oUt el eltilpsp ofthese
these th > 8f meetings meecln s resulting r ultiag i rlctorleti Yj torl for forthe fqrtht Z Zthe
the Navy aY and throe in triumphs trhllll u for the theArmy tMnny thearmy
Army nny The series began in mao but butwas MtWas bwtas
was as discontinued la 140S by b an order orderfrom emlerfrom orderfrom
from the > Government the Administra Administration Ad Admtaistration IMra IMratitn ¬
tion declaring d that there tJterewss1oo tJterewss1oorOlJgbneu was loo oo mtoii mtoiirougbneec esekrougbness
rougbneec and that bitter feeling wore woreengendered wareengendered orp orpcrgfn
engendered crgfn < cred Of O the first fear Pin gsaua e ihc ihcay 1 1ay Ili Ilia
> a ay + y von thre threAthlelc three threet >
Athlelc 1 JlfIc relation w were re repwnwd mfId In Inthv Ish
h 1 > the Unlver University lty o yf P PpRDaylvaa PpRDaylvaaaIIr Peatasylraeiaweir niwylvanta niwylvantae
e weir tlrs n u r the naHncat 1 1lia elgeatdr Dr J Wit WitIJBJJ wtJ
lia IJBJJ J an n Vhite Wblt went before the Serretarlor Serretarlorft
ft t roc bt IJ War Yar and Navy Departments and andsecured aMcured andsecured
secured cured their consent to a resumption resumptionon
on condition c no1lt1on that the annual game be beplayed beplllyed beplayed
played on Franklin field Philadelphia Philadelphiaas
as neutral ground groundThis groundThis round roundThis
This season the Army Ann lads outweigh outweighthe outweighthp outweighthe
the Middles by thirteen pounds to the theIran theJIlan theman
Iran The average weight of Went WentPoint WeenPont WestPoint
Point Is lib pounds of Annapolis AnnapolisHZ AnnapolisHZtnunds 161 161pounds 161tllundll
pounds The We West e t Point line average avoragspounds averageV avoragcunls
V noun pounds cunls against a tlMlt M Y7 pounds for An Ana
a rolU f r oiLa liA Th Tat < > Wont Pint backs k average averagejxunds anrapp averagsprunda
jxunds p un4 to jI i > < < > itoustdx for t111 th MW MWSugar MidSugar td tdSugar
Sugar Loaf Should ShouldB Be f qiiEvery CI1Ev on Evety ry Table T TableAdv ble bleAd
Ad Adv
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THE LlN LINEUP UP FOR TODA TODAYS TODAYSGREAT TODAYSGREAT YS I
GREAT GRIDIRON BATTLE BATTLEBETWEEN BATTLEWOL BATTLEBETWEEN
BETWEEN N A ARMY Y AND NAVY NAVYAVVAPOHS NAVYfAPOLiS
JET
AVVAPOHS WOL Wefcht WefchtAVHITING aeitMS Weigh WEST roixr POLTWHITING roixrFARXSWORTH
WHITING 14S 14SRODGERS left cm cmleft end 1S1 1SIFARNSWOR FARXSWORTH FARXSWORTHHAMMOND FARNSWORf1II TII TIIRODGEAS
RODGERS HODG ERS 170 170GRAY 1 O left l ft tackle tackleeft tlt klc 182 HA3IMONDGRAY HAMMOND HAMMONDRILEY U6BIMONDGRAy
GRAY 154 1S4FRETZ left tert guard guardCenter 205RILEY 205RILEYFREfZ 20S RILEY RILEYCapU RiLEYFRETZ
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FRETZ 170 170BELKNAP Center Centerrijght 172 Capt BOYERS BOYERSTHOMPSON BOYERSI BOYERSBELlNAP
BELKNAP BELl AP Capt Ca t 174 174FARLEY 1 4 right gtiard gtiardright guard um1 152 THOMPSON uTHOMPSONFAULEy THOMPSONFARLEY THOMPSONGRAVES
I FARLEY 107 107SOULE 16 right rj ht tackle tackleriht 141 191GRAYES 191GRAYESI GRAVES GRAVESMcANDREW GRAVESSOULE
I SOULE i 100 100SMITH right 1j htClH1 end endJell 1 170 O McANDREW McANDREWDALY McANDREWI McANDREWSMITH
SMITH 3f 3fSTR o q thin 10rDntk tail 1i > O DAIYSTR DALY DALYHACKETT DALYSTRASSBCRGI
I STR STRASSBCRGI ASSBURGKt I i 153 153RXOT 3 Jell te ctt t hsllbnck hsllbnckri h llbACk 1 156 6 HACKETT IIACKWFTt i iBUNKER II
ROOT 100 100HAIjSBY ri right Ut halfback halfbackfullback ilalfbek 170 BUNKER BIJNKER11SEi j jTORNEY
I HAIjSBY HAJ II 11SEi 1 Y i 105 fullback fullbackTimes Li l TORNEY TORNEYRUSSIA TOI t EY i iI
I Times of halves nltlv 3o minutes Itti mtcs 10 minutes mi utes interim intermiseioH intermiseioHWEST eioa eioakusslI oH oHRUSSIA I
RUSSIA TO PAY FOR FORSEIZING I IS
SEIZING v vArbitrator S EI7ING OUR I SHIPS SHIPSArbitrator SHIPSArbitr SHIPSI
Arbitrator Arbitr tor Asser of the Hague HaQue Tribunal Renders Decision Decisionin
in Bering erjng Sea Seal Fisheries Dispute
THE HAGUE Xev tIcetlacller Councilor As Asser Asser ¬
ser sarI of the International emit of arbi arbitration lubltrallon arbttratlen ¬
tration today rendered re ni his award IB the ibematter tbpmaU thematter
matter maU r of the claim e of < the Unit Unites UnitesStates i iStates I IStatos
States against Russia fer the selr seizure ri ot otAmerican atAmerican i iAmerle
American n veeete by Rusetaa war warship warshipIn h J Jin
t
in the Bering Sea Sea Se THe jwdgaa Iuepg eut m I Ienurelr to toentirely H Hentirely >
entirely la n favor of j uw ° i s aty atyDr 18
t
Dr Aseor awards dasiaBC lIa damagese 1 to4to pBt l dmarJean Amor Amorlean < m mfflanelalmant
lean fflanelalmant claimants S In apSJrd of i ifsi iOIl iOIlWhile nn floe floeWhile S9 S9While
While Dr A A5I56rS sers judgment favors the theUnited th thUnited titUnited
United States Stat os the sums of Indemnity Indemnityclaimed Indemnlbclah1od iaaemnttyclaimed
claimed are considerably ee ra lT diarinteBed diarinteBedSealing dIMt dimtstehedSealing lbe4 lbe4eaJing
Sealing Vessels Vess ls Seized SeizedThe SeizedThe SeizedThe
The claims against Russia R eela which whichamounted whichamotDted whichamoented
amounted to about tMMi date back backsome backsome backsome
some five years whoa the seal fishing fishingvessels fishingvessels Jllingv8S6eI5
vessels Cape Horn Pigeon C H White Whiteand Wblteand Whiteand
and James Hamilton Lewis Lev were seized seizedby seizedby ctzoob
by b RuMtan cruisers within seven s en miles milesof mil milor milesof
of the Asiatic rout The claims were weremade wereMade weremade I
made not so much m b for the seizing of the thevessels theee thevessels
vessels ee elll as for the hanjshlps hardship the the officers officerssubjected omcetaJuM omceaan4crerrs
an4crerrs JuM C1OWs sYtr rlidwr daac wf sree sreesuhiected t tsibiec
subjected sibiec od to while w wh i le under uadet ariht arihtThe arrest arrestThe riist riistThe
The matter wuer was In l abeyance for or aome aometime aomelime sometime
time but finally on on September Septem 8t 9 1900 l000a l000aprotocol b900a b900aprotocol a aprotocol
protocol was draws draws up by United States StatesAmbassador Stat StatAmbassador StatesAmbassador
Ambassador Tower TO ler at St Petersburg Petersburgand Petersburgand Petersburgand
and signed by b the Russian government governmentby gov8rBm nt ntI
I by which hlch both countries concerned concernedOlSKALMDM concerne l lI lI
I
I 1R R TH EO BALn RESIGNS RESiGNS1SM18SAL I
I OlSKALMDM OlSKALMDMI DISMISSAL WITHDRAWN ill h himmigration i iC i
Immigration mmlgratJon Agent I gent Calls C a 1 IS on oni
I
i I Secretary Shaw ShawWilliam Sha ShaI ShawWilliam
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William H Theobald TheoNIdthc the speelsl l agent agentof ageBtor
of the Treasury Department whose dis discharge disI
I I charge had been ordered by SecretaryShaw Secretary SecretarySbaw S etar I IShaw I
Shaw on account of dissatisfaction with withbis withhis withthis
this his conduct in the seizure of the Dulles Dullesnecklace Dillloanecklaee Dubsnecklace
necklace and other eases at the pert of ofXew A Aew atNew
New ew York appeared at the Treasury TreasuryDepartment TreafMIryDepartment TreaseryDepartment
Department this morning morning and requested requestedthat requestedtbat requestedthat
that be be allowed to resign instead of ofbeing oCbolng ofbeing
being summarily summaril dismissed dismissedThe tllemlwooThe dismissedThe
The Secretary after hearing his statement state statement lItatement ¬
ment of the matter granted his request requestand rpfluestand requestand
and accepted Ms resignation reat Uoa ThebeW ThebeWI
IIrotested I > roto ted rigorously against aJA I DIIt certain certainpublications certainpublications eralnI
I publications regarding himself which teh he hebelieved bebelieved I
believed had emanated untM from officialx o ef efthe o ofthe
I the department H Hf also made formal formalcharges forJIHIl1 forJIHIl1I formalcharges
I Ieollocors
charges against Colonel Storey Stora ef the thecollectors theeolloctors
I collectors office In New cw York which the theSecretary UleI
I Secretary crttRI promised to investigate The Thenature TheI Thenature
nature of the charges was wa not made pub public PUBlic publie ¬
I lic licj licI lieGENEhAL
j I GENERAL LEW WALLACE WALLACECRITICALLY WALLACECRITICALLY WALLACECRITICALLY
CRITICALLY ILL AT HOME HOPIEFamily HOMEI OM OMI
I Family of Distinguished Author Have HaveGrave HaveI
I Grave nve Fears That He May MayNot MayNotRecover Not Noti NotRecover
i Recover RecoverINDIAXAPOLIS RecoverI RecoverLDtUAPOLIS
I
INDIAXAPOLIS l led I Nor IGeL IGeLt ilienLen Oan Oani
t i Lew > W1 falI allnee see ee author of Baa HMT UH Iiart is isaerlawaiy isIII iseeriotaty
aerlawaiy III at t Ws home bo la Cr CnP CnPTIlle Yxw YxwTitle f xds xdsvilla
Title wtt with t i i something ntethlMg like 1t1c 1t1cIt nowralgl nowralglU
I It resulted from a dfaeaeed dt ee4 tooth toothi MIIU totbHis
i His U faMily is alarmed and fear he away awayHot may maynot 7
1 not recover recoverCZARS reeoerI recoverOZARS
I CZARS YOUNGER BROTHER BROTHERILL BROTHERi BROTHERILL
i ILL WITH CONSUMPTION CONSUMPTIONCOLOGXB CONSUMPTIONCOLOGK CONSUMPTIONCOLOGNE
COLOGNE XOT N tTH The uolka uolkaXfttu Voile VoileKenans 1oiks3lettang
Kenans Xfttu af today 7 conlrms conar the he report that rhtthe thatthe IMt IMttbe
the Crud Duke Michael the C CMlr CMlrOUD4ft Crars Crarsyovn r rouncer
yovn > OUD4ft < ouncer er brother brot er and heir apparent In 111 111with IIIwith 111with
with consumption and will m probably not notsurvive netaarviye ot otsunlTe
survive tlie Czar ar In 1 case the Grand GraadDuke CraadDuke GrandDuke
Duke should not otttltve the Czar the theI tbobelr theheir
I heir apparent would then be the Grand GrandDuke GrandDuke GrandDuke
Duke Vladimirs oldest son Cyrille CyrilleHunting Cyril1oHunting CyrilleHunting
Hunting and Fishing FishingAw
l Aw Ar b bet t tlofic c 1oa tt the > Seaboard Air ir Lhtetke
I 1Lri Plsrioi Aort Use Rook about it MM aM ow owI atewrvkt
j I Mrric U florMa rlori IMnrfnnnt l 1 OtHMni 0 Altanta Atlalttaf AtMtuasod Altantawtf
f sod LtJwo tV SioilOi > it waiM W few A4dn Adthue W K KYpu K I
beak ba e detest Aa Autst Iaraeapr tiep f nra
1411 I1 t heat ti Irtet ° n HYou e eYpu c
Ypu Will Always Want Sugar Loaf LoafAdr LoafAdv
Adv
agreed to settle the etei ekiBN B h arhitra arhitradon ar arbt9tratinn itra itraIon
don Ion and agreeing agreel g further tb tbt t there thereshould tberehoHld thereshould
should be bill BHI on one arbraten arll raler iTaf c ttM cU CM
M M Ae Anar nr the famous taIB I1Jt Duuh Dutc It Jawfaa JawfaaOoaai tB tateraa tateraatonal rua ruactonal
tonal jurist wa was ah hoses hosesBehind b088UBehInd < uen uenBehind
Behind Closed Doors DoorsThp DoorsT1tr DoorsT
Thp T i affair I trur whub hlb van uc dktf1Ii < ltK sod he heBina heclun bebinQ
clun Bina aj9 eee 8 r > ft doors dnn opened app AB JiIBt JUB 25 25asL aSzL i isL
SzL asL sL T l1b > h pcrawHpm MIYIRPni Board of srnitza srnitzatiun itrtttln itrtttlnlua IIrbtt IIrbttUon
Uon lua wa wag at ant at att4iug iHg lIg at the time and andtta I IU8
tta courtroom tuunroo > was as taken lee er the ec eccasion eccanton
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canton onslaDProm cantonFrom
Prom the hf Judge down the th array e etalent of oftalent I Italent
talent brought together t grther for the discussion discus discusslon eUaOU8slon
slon of the elsime was remarkable Prof ProfAseer ProfARM ProfAnser
ARM ie a little till man of Jewish birth birthbut birth birthbut birthbut
but Dutch nationality nation lit He is Insignifi irieigaifleant Insignificant lnetgalftCo1nt ¬
cant in Appearance but is I of unrivaled unrivaledreputation u8lvaledreputatlol unrivaledreputation
reputation as an i international Jurist JuristPleading JartcPleadln juristPleading
Pleading Pleadln for the United States WOT WOTformer warp warpI woreformer
former ormlr Secretary S retary Pelrce of the Unite UniteSpates UniteI UniteiStates
Spates S t3 legation at St Petersburg Peters urK Ad Advocate Advocate
I vocate Clifford of Boeton and aQL an anFtak4ti
fiaVcr Ba wellknows ellknowa elJknnRIBorl1g in BoringSosp Boring So and andseal und undI andheel
I seal o l fisheries matters mattersThe mattersThe mattersThe
The Russian end was upheld by M MKonwoff MKomarotf 1 1KODarotr
Konwoff a foreign rorel office official at St St
Petersburg Russian Ru an Councilor of State Skt SktGrabnluky
Grebnltaky Prof Krouptsy rouptgy and W Ko Koward Iidward ldward >
ward Grunwaldt GrunwaldtThe GntnwaldtThe GrnnwaldtThe
The proceeding were W8 e conducted in I
the Engljh and French languages languagesTIFF lang languagescc ages agesIICTARIFF
IICTARIFF cc TIFF REVISION REVISIONNOT REVISIONNOT
NOT BY If VOTE VOTESenator VOTES tJT tJTSenator
Senator S ntltor Barrows BarrowsMichigan burrowsMichigan arow5 arow5Michigan
Michigan Statesman ThinKs ThingsCubas ThinKsCubas ThinksCubas
Cubas Chances Good GoodSenator GoodSesstor GoodSenator
Senator Burrows of Michigan ichlgaR con conferred eonferred conferred ¬
ferred with the President Pr Rt at the W WUe WIteHouse lte lteHouse
House omees this morning He has just Juxtreturned juHtretarned justreturned
returned with Mrs In Burrows from roBl a visit visitover visitover Islt Isltover
over Thanksgiving Day Da to their daugh daughter daughter daughter ¬
ter at BrlarellffoatheHndson X Y YWill YWill VWill
Will there be any tariff revision ret leR at atthe atthe atthe
the coming session 80 the Senator was waaasked wuaked wasnaked
asked ag he left the White House HouseWell HoumeWell HouseWell
Well I hardly think so replied the theMichigan tbeMle theMichigan
Michigan Mle lgaa statesman in a confidant tone toneCertainly teneCertainly toneCertainty
Certainly pot by my 81 vote he adddd addddwith add ad4Itb < 3 3with
with Itb quiet i i1IphaIL tmphasisHsa a i1IphaILun phasic phasicHs
un Hs Cuban reciprocity reelpro ity < any aa better betterchances betterchaacea tt r rchalleft
chances than it had last spring1 spring1Tht 5prIRg 5prIRgThAt sprisgThet
ThAt depends saW th t the Senator SORatMthl I Ithink Ithink
think thl k a reasonable reciprocity arrange arrangement Jra 3rranemeat e emeRt ¬
meat would meet with the Senates ap approval approvRI approval ¬
proval provalj provalThe
I j The Senator was disinclined to eem eemrait eemmlt
rait himself hh lelC an the point of what wo wotllo H
j Ibe be a roasonahle ros roasona onaJle le concession That TIMttw1l1 Thatwill Tbstwill
will have to e be determined by Cee C
I I green Bs be
Jgr eeneladed when the mi mii atatter natter
i ter comos before It offeiailyREWARD officially officiallyI
I I REWARD REWARD OF Srooo SroooOFFERED 1000 1000OFFERED 1000OFFERED
OFFERED FOR MURDER MURDERGENEVA MURDERI URDER
I GENEVA GEE A N Y Nov Xo 2 iJacob Jacob Ollek Olleka
a Kerchent of this t l
city was asked in a aletter aletter
i letter received Thursday Tbur day to employ some someone someese
lea one to murder rder F F T Miller of Waterloo Waterloof
Ifer f < r a reward of I 1MO Inclosed Is I the tit
letter was a tendollar te doUar bjll II for ex exr x
tpenecs r Hcrs U There was no signature nat to the thrKECK tftli
i letter Upr which bo bore a Srseca Swo Falls poet
mark markI
tlDarlt
I NECK BROKEN AT FOOTBALL FOOTBALLj
j l VBST BT CHESTER Pa Nov Xovj o 29 29I 29 29Charles
Charles C arletl Carr
j aged twentythree
years yearscolored 7ea 7eatOlored yearscolored
I colored a member of the Sample football footballI footballteam
I team of Philadelphia died d in the tit Ches Chesjtw Chester
jtw i t ter r County ut Hosf4ul tat late last sight from fromiinjcrlr trotlt11tjcr fromlisjtrles
lisjtrles iinjcrlr 11tjcr received in a game played with withthe withthe tft tftthe
the Lavender I vwder Crab
of West Chester yes yesterday yeetcrday yesy ¬
terday afternoon afternoonHis flfteru afternoonHis QII QIIHie
His nock was dislocated dl loe8tetl but he lin lingered Ungoroo In ¬
gored oa maUl about 11 oclock oclo k Thismorning This Thismorning fhlsmorning
morning Coroner Troutmaa Investigated Investigatedthe
the case and found there was nothing to towarrant towarrant towarrant
warrant an inquest inquestHICCOUGHING Inqu InquestHICCOUGHING t tHICCOUGHU1G
HICCOUGHING TO DEATH DEATILSCRAXTON DEATHSCRArTON DEATHSCRANTON
SCRANTON Ha X Xof Nov 9JohaKanp 9JohaKanpof JohllKanJi JohllKanJiot
of South S S4raat4tlt < ranttt suffering SUfm from frosiren frosirenslant rORt con constant ren renjlbat ¬
slant hiccoughing lateemtS lRI since Tuesday Tuee4a1Ia5t IsjMis IsjMisnow Isst Is Isflew
BOW now so weak I8k that physicians p1Jraiefa are fearful rt arful >
he Jt will net ot recover recoverWhen reeot reeotWhen recoverWhen
When Sought Always Bought BoughtSugar BoughtSugarLoefAd BoughtSugarLatAdr Sugar SugarU
U LoefAd f Adr
DfflCTTOMItFOB DfflCTTOMItFOBBils DEWEY EEYTO8Aft TO SAil fOR fORGARIBBEAN FORARI8BEAN
GARIBBEAN MONDAY MONDAYBUs MONDAYBias
BUs Goodby Today to the thePresident thePre thePresident
President PresidentDELEGATE Pre PresidentDELEGATE iclent iclentDELEGATE
DELEGATE RODEY CONFIDENT CONFIDENTSnys CONFI CONFIDENTSays EN ENSays
Says New Ne Mexico Will W lI Be Made a aState aState aState
State Immediately lrilIri ImmediatelyCardinal diatclyCatdinal Cardinal Gib Gibbons GibbonsaCaUer ¬
bons bonsaCaUer bonsaCaUerAdmiral bons a Caller CallerAdmiral CallerAdmiral
Admiral Dewey was an early caller at atthe attbe atthe
the White House offices of ices this morning morningHe morningHe I
He said goodby to the President In an anticipation anthlpatiOft anticipatloa ¬
ticipation of o leaving next Monday ont18Y for fortbe forthe or orthe
the winter maneuvers of o the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States fle fleets eftttl te at Culebra Island IslandCardinal blandCardlaalGll islandCardisal
Cardinal CardlaalGll Gibbons oons of Baltimore saw sawthe sawthe sawthe
the President Presl enL He Was WRsaccolRpanled accompanied by byDr byDr byDr
Dr D J StaSere He would not com comment comment comment ¬
ment on his visit 5ft saying it was a6 entirely entirelyupon entirolypon eRUroltupon
upon pon a pejspnal pets perapnal nal matter matterDelegate matt matterDelegate r rDelogat
Delegate Rodey of New cw Xexleo l ako paid paidhis paidbl paidhis
his bl > respoets restlo resrsdks t to the President PresidencI Presidentbavn
I have not the boast doubt id the theworld theworld theworld
world said Mr Ir Rodey that a favor favorable favorable r ¬
i able report will be made by the sub subcommittee 5ubcommittee subcommittee ¬
committee of Senator Beverldges Sen Senate
ate Committee on Territories restive re 4tlve to tohe totheadmi4ioa
ihe theadmi4ioa he admission admt ion of New ew Mexico Ariiona Arisonaand rlol1a rlol1aana
ana Oklahoma Oklah ma The TbeSenntor Senator is to make mokea
I a report according alitcordln to agreement on the thethird thethird
third day da of the session and the Senate Senatelias Senatehas Senatehas
I has agreed to take up the subject on onDecember onDecembor onDecember
December 10 if that body be then in insession iR05slon insession
session 05slon or if not on the first day daythereafter daytbeaUer daythereafter
thereafter that it is in session ThISarrangement ThIS Thtearrangement TII TIIarranllMnenl
arrangement insures some somoaction somoactionredly action actionaaredly as assuredly
aaredly redly and I hare no doubt dou Xw 1 lax laxWIlltit iloxKo Moxice
Ko will WIlltit b be made a StaleOn Stale StaleOn StateOn
On the questions of tariff revision revisionand reioand revisioaand
and Julian re recI iproaltr rool we have no noi DapWJ tieviews
views i pWJ ws In New e I1Iveat lt < xi e at least tenst pot tint t for forimmediate rortmm forimmediate
immediate tmm la e cafeMcation pnbDatlonSenatorBurtanCalls cafeMcationSenaioiBarton JtdtlnIL JtdtlnILSenatoIBunonCalls
SenaioiBarton SenatoIBunonCalls SenatoIBunonCallsSeRa9I SenatorBurtanCallsSenator Galls GallsSenator
Senator Burton ofKansas Kansa 1tal9 ha11 ° s rgx rgxrer6uee < faf fafrer In Inr
r ferl1ee rer tjee with mth the he Presea4 PreafdeDi PrezI seat at tin th5x th5xrDltfle for forr forenurtrp r r rnarire
rDltfle narire offices em I this Ills morning regarding
oyra several iv ra appointments appoJ1tmentasoon soon so 0 be made in incts InI inale
I ale Stateits State StateMy StateI
I its My J aonrtttuents on t4Upnt8 are too busy y to talk talki
i pqllflas Just Jp rust t now nowahe the Senator said safdj aaraTbey
j They Tbey arc postponing that subject for torthe forthe
the long winter wnterev3a19gsatr evenings after they have havefinished haveI havefinished
finished AD IShed 40 counting uaUn up the h returns from fromthejr fromtJafjrgreat fromtheir
I their tJafjrgreat great crops There ha bas been no nocry nocry nocry
cry this year for more money to move movethe movethe
I the th crgBj crQ crgpj i = The farmers have had all allI allthat
j I that cheyneededd th b sv needed for this purpose and andhave andhave
have ba y ores oye been sending surplus cote coteBast eet eetEa colaEast
j East Bast Ea 5 IS Kas a ls I now now1endlag on 3 sending ndl money p c tp tpThoTSenjMe p
r hlY z rk 61 fAatssead clJ off J C ggati ggatiellensde s sen2tte
ThoTSenjMe ellensde en2tte subcommittee ubcomm ttM consisting conslstingof
of Senators Mitchell Foster and Burton Bur Burton Burton ¬
ton which which investigated conditions in inHawaii InHawaII inHawaii
Hawaii will make a report rt > pott in a week or orten orten orten
ten days covering its tour of the islands islandsEDFSONS ilaudsEOfSONS islandsEDISONS
EDFSONS GREAT INVENTION INVENTIONA
A THOROUGH AND EFFECTIVE EFFECTIVEDISEASE EFFECTIVEDISEASE
DISEASE AND JERM IERMDESTROYER < JERMDESTROYER
DESTROYER DESTROYERA DESTROYERBlessing
A Blessing to the Afflicted and to All AllMankind AllMankind
Mankind MankindXEW MankindNEW
t
SEW YORK YORK Nov N Nov 2The The announce announcement aatle aansitaeemoat ee eemeRt ¬
I moat a few weeks ago that Thomas TkomaaB41scn A ABdiscn AEdtscn
Bdiscn jr had discovered dtae Veretl a now cura curative cllratlve curative ¬
tive forefc ore1 which be embodied in his hislatest IllslatCSf hislatest
latest invention the lagaeBleetrlc Magae Electric VI VItallzer YItallzer Vitalizer
tallzer startled the whole world Hun Hundred lIundred lisadreds ¬
dred dreds of people have written from rom all aili allquarters allquarters
i quarters of the he globe for or a detailed de description deKrlptlon description ¬
scription of the invention Xo 8 single singleinvention slBgleh1VOOtlOR singletavontion
invention of the past 29 years ha has done doneIM donei10 doneso
IM i10 so much for or suffering humanity humaait a as the theEdison tkeGdl80 theEsdtsoa
Edison jr MagnoElectric Vitalizer VltalizerXo VitalizerXo VitalizerNo
Xo other invention has received such suchabsolute sllChabsolute suchabsolute
absolute proof o 0 < Its extraordinary extraordinaryproperties extaonltnarypropfrtles extraordinaryproperties
properties in ouriug consumption rhoti rhotiaatlem rlMtumatl rheumatism
aatlem matl m restoring restoIn shattered constitu constitutions eODstltuU eonstltuttonn = ¬
tions U ttonn and In giving back new life and andenergy andel1erl1 andenergy
energy to 0 the prematurely aged agedThe a agedThe ed edThe
The one absorbing ab orblsg question D of t the thehour tile18 thehour
hour is What is tb the MgnoEctrie MgnoEctrieVllallzer MapoElatrleVitalizer MagnoEieetriePitallzer
Vllallzer What does do s H absolutely accomplish ac accomplish aecompllsb ¬
complish Hundreds of instances cat catbe caBbe canbe
be cited in which th tM wearing of the theMagnoEIectrie thtMasnoEleitrlc theMagnoEleetrie
MagnoEIectrie VitAlizer ka kat > resulted in inIncalculable 1112ncar11Ihible InIneaieulable
Incalculable 2ncar11Ihible benefit to the wearer in inrven InV0R ineven
even < the short hort period of one week weekMedical weekMedical weekMedical
Medical m men a in Xew York and in all allof allof allof
of the large arg > Eastern cities have examined ex examined examlud ¬
amined the new discovery dilleovery1HI and pro pror Irouneed proPnuneed
Pnuneed r = Hneed it one of the greatest boons h ons of ofvhe e ehe ofhe
vhe he age agethe the ounce of cure for which whichthe whichI
I the patient world has been waiting in inthe IIItlwo inthe
the universal hospitalEdison hospital hospitalEdisen
I Edison jr Is not alone IB believing believingthat btlisTlngthat believingthat
that If it be possible to perfect the theVuauin
I Ihuman Vuauin UNIB race it is In electricity eleetri lty < that the themesnx theI themanna
manna me I roust be sought and found He Hehas HeMS Hei
i I has used the same talents tal nts in reducing reducingthin r reducingthis fl 11th
I thin epochmaking invention to a praetlcal prac practical practical ¬
tical working wokln basis as a were w re used Inharnessing in inharnessing htI
harnessing and driving drhIA the th lightning and andcollateral AMQnat andcollateral
I collateral Qnat ral forces f fcti CS that play such an im important Importrnl important ¬
portant role ca the tll stage or modern modernprogreM modernI modernprogress
progress pro rCH and activity activityTh ac activityThe tiv It ItTh
I Th The Ma 1iagnoBlttctrlc gne Electric Vltalizer is being beingplaced heiagplAcelr beingplaced
placed on the market by Mr II Edisons Edisonsown Edisonsown
own cwneompanT company the Thomas A Edison Edisonjr Edisonjr EdisonJr
jr Chemical Co 4 Stone Street New XewYork NewYork NewYork
I
York YorkMr Yorkfr YorkMr
Mr fr Edison AIS oa seen In his itislaltoratoIY itislaltoratoIYlie laboratory laboratoryyesterday laboratoryyesterday
yesterday lie said I am pgrseoally pgrseoallynaperiBtondlag POTSenallyr ppraeoallyssperlsteading
naperiBtondlag r rhttadln tie Le distribution 1II triblJtor of the theVltalizer theYttallae the1italizer
Vltalizer as well cel ell as attending ttendla to the thettjrrigpODdtnee tltetnr theL
L ttjrrigpODdtnee tnr IIt1nee rlRtin rltinv 1 Unr < to It bocsaae bQauleIwh borauieI J Jwish
I wish Iwh everybody tv t + have as equal oppot oppottcnity Oppottcnlt oppoti
unity tcnlt to secure He curative aid I warn warnto wantto
i to help h lp all sick people to b be well e11 and andstrong andstrong t tatrong
strong but I monn to see that the thesame tileam thesame
same am attention Is given hen to the ease of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the farm hand afflicted with rheuma rheumatism rheumatism rheumatism ¬
tism who writes me from Nebraska Nebrankathat Nebraskathat ebrallka ebrallkatbat
that Is paid to the rich man residing residingIn
In one of the th palaces on the Hudsonwho Hudson Hudsonwho Hudltonwbo
who Is suffering from nervous D rvouS prostration prostra prostration proatrlllion
tion 1 lam am playing no n favorites an anone anne any anyone
one ne with a 2cent postage stamp can canrvrite canvrlte canwrite
write fo 0 the the Th Thapias tas A Edison Jr Jrheiulval Jrt Jrlhcslal
heiulval t he I pI CoinpflBy 06I tnfway a Aadohtsln and aadobt obtsln tn my m book booklet 001let Mokletrbich ¬
letrbich let vfalch lilcb clll t tn II him clearly what w 9t the theVital theftaUMI theVttalissl
ftaUMI Vital 1 lit and what It will i1l > do for forhint forit forhiesAdv
hint it hiesAdv hiesAdvThe Adv AdvI d dThe
I The Familys Delight DelightSugar Sugar Loaf Loafdw LoafAdv
Adv dw
COMMITTEE OF OFBUSINESS BUSINESS MEN MENTOINVESTIG I
TOINVESTIG TO INVESTIGj > JOAL OAL FAMINE FAMINEWHICH FAMINEWHICH FAMINEWHICH
WHICH MENACES WASHINGTON
BUSINESS MEN APPOINTED TO TODEMAND TODEMAND I II
DEMAND MORE COAL FOR CITY CITYTHOMAS I
I
I TH THOMAS MAS W SMITH Preside Pretideat Board of f Trade TradeJOHN TradeJOh
JOh JOHN N JOYRDSONPresideat TOY iBDSON President Washii Washimstwi toff Loan Lo A and Trust C CaGEORGE X XGEORGE
GEORGE TRUESDELL ExDistrwt E D 6t1iot ComNU CI ri wiar wiarE r rE
E 1 SOUTHARD PARKER4Preside PARItBR PARII BRPre PresidOllt itlomt t National MetropoMiaii Bank BankW B1r Bidw 1
W r G HENDBR HENDERSO ON
I Lawyer LawyerWF LaWrr I IWF
WF r F GUDE u Preside P il1e t Bu Btwines iIIessJlelfs c glens ietis Association AssociationRPANDREWS A eciataon eciataonR iioR iioRR
RPANDREWS R P ANDREWS 11 Paper PaperLOFIS mwdwiit merexittLOUIS mwdwiitLOUIS
LOUIS PHOEMAJCERPresideat P SHOEMuUvER SHOE LJCER President Bri B w fJOdclti1 eat 6d CkizH CtiztARaoci ef AMweiatHm AMweiatHmJOHN Meei tiot tiotTOHX etlatlJ
JOHN J im DOYLE D YTE CARilODY CAI IDDY Natary ftaryFtti ftaryFttiBARRY PihVBc PihVBcBARRY pa fi fiBARRY
BARRY BtLRLEYSecretarv BULKLEY Secietan S cretary Ii5iiis BtiR 13tiamttgblems > lI Meas Vs Ass A ADISTRICT AEEt mtwii eitiMDISTRICT mtwiiDISTRICT
DISTRICT ESTIMA ESTIAfATES TES NOT NOTTO NOTTO NOTTO
TO BE CUT BY MR SHAW SHAWCall SHA SHAWCall WI WICall
Call f for oi Appropriations Approp alions of o f lo8232 Io872372Delicit IO8723 2Deftclt Deficit in Pros Piospecl Pzospee Prospect
pecl pee Unless Remedial Legislation is s Passed
The District Commissioners have re received reeetyed reeelved ¬
ceived Information to the th affect otr et that thatSecretary tbatSecretary thatSecretary
Secretary Sbaw Sb a 1 will forward the Dis District Distriet District ¬
trict estimates e et Jmates to Congress as they theystand theystalHl theystand
stand without amendment or comment commentether eomlDeRti conemeatether
i ether than to call attention to the fact factthat faCt fartthat
t that the supposed revenues reventl II for the next nextHeeal aoxtI nextitocal
I Heeal year are Iran l H than sufficient to tomeet toi tomeet
i meet meetonehalC onehalf of o t t1c ic total total amount ask asked aski asked ¬
i ed fer by ttit th t District authorities Say Several Seyeral Sayoral ¬
eral days ago Commissioner Maefsrland MaefsrlandIn laetarlandbehalCO
In behalf behalCO of the Beard B 8 ard addressed a a lottor lot lotI letor
I tor or to Cite Soerslairfin SocrtaIWJtatbe Soczolar aa the subject ubje t axplataln1 ex explaining extplalnllJl ¬
tplalnllJl plaining tb the irt Lapseepditlon jHjnajlloa tlo of U the > c ma masleipal mtt4 mtt4rt1 maiireWi
sleipal rt1 flbawBsU lDanAIt 9naat4 9naat4It T TIt
It is said 21d that after reading this eem eemraunlcalloa eemrtDIIDlcattoa eemmunlcatiou
raunlcalloa Secretary Se < retary Show Sba determined determinedto
rtDIIDlcattoa
to net as indicated and to leavo Con Congress CORI Congrese ¬
I gress to solse the problem as It might mights mightsea t1kt t1ktI
I s Ment MentI sea c St fitTheaggregate Sti
i The Theaggregate aggregate amount of o the estimates estimatesIs
I Is SsYiother 11812372 other than those payable payablefrom p payabletram yaI 1 1trom
from the water fund fun The he Comnlsloh Comnlsloher Comcleal n nerlnCormed
er erlnCormed informed Secretary Shaw la ate i let letter lettor letter ¬
ter that ths t the Board ha no official inter information laf intermotion r rmatlen ¬
motion of the revenue to be derived tlerlv from fromtb fromth fromthe
tb the new assessment but It in the cpinton cpintonof I Iof
of the th District Assessor AS esor it will probably proahl1 j jLETIEiS
J JGAM 1 1LEflERS
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GAM 1JNPHT8 HS HSLETTERS
LETTERS UF IF F RECALL RECALLt RECALLi RECALLFrench RECALLFrench RECALLFrench t i
French Ambassadors Amb3s adors Offi Official Official Official ¬
cial Visit to President PresidentTno
The T e Eren French ch h Ambassador r M Cameo CaItott CaItottpreseed Caesboapresented CameopreeoMad
presented Me letters ot resell to Proai Proaid PreMdt I
d dt ni Roosevelt Ree vdt at the Vblte WId Heat this thismersiag tainmarring
marring mersiagHa marringHe g gHeoo t
He Heoo hag been designated pelted hy MB gee gsrernment g gentmenl geeernmont
ernment is II aabeneader at Madrid IalllW and andwill aMi andwill
i will sail san from rom this eo country Blry next e t Tb Thurs Thursday r rday
day for France en e re route te to bin III now nowdiplomatic BOWdlplemati4 nowdiplematie
Ida diplomatic pest pastBANKS I II iBANKS
I I IAND
BANKS LOSE SPECIE SPECIEAND SPECIEAND
AND INCREASE LOANS LOANSNew LOANSNew I
New N w YOlk Weekly Statement Shows ShowsHoldings ShowsHoldings
Holdings in Excess of Legal Re Requirements Requirements j jqnirements I
quirements 515786300 j lNEW jNEW IBW
NEW BW YORK Nov eT tTlle The weekly weeklybank weeklynk weaklybank
bank nk statement t leaved today tOfla show the tbefollowing tlterollewtol thefollowing
following enacgos enacgosReserve eu ehrges ehrgest geI geII
I Reserve oa all dopo deposits 1U dacren decrease 5 578eTS 1
78eTS Jrn reserve r e on deposits oth other r than thanUnited t1NnUDlted thanUnited
United States Stat decrease JjJ 37421S 3742125 lone lenanincrease e8hlereap loneIncrease
increase 5Jl9 jtleb8i H8tS S specie ele d decrease cr 1 Lid7SN 1 1S7SM 1HiS
S7SM HiS leg le legal l tender te ra increase taereueI S6St S6Stdeposits S1 S1deposits
deposits depc ts United Sates S t to deposits de includ included Iladed iseludad ¬
I ed in increase r < tte < > 513571 813 I3t7tt 7t cirewlaiioH elrC411aU ta tacreao IRens htereaee
creao ens = J Niil0 J 0 total loan S7 S38S S38Sth SiISSN SiISSNthe SS t tthe
the th tank banks n DOW < r rrenHlroBtente Mid in excoea exc ef legal Jegalrefllr legalreftulremaeats
renHlroBtente refllr ments 1i 1S7S lL7s3N lL7s3NSENATORELECT S SSENATORELECT 3M
SENATORELECT ALGERS ALGERSFAMILY ALGERSFAMILY
FAMILY Y PARTY CALLS CALLSSoaatorelect CALLSSe CALLSSenatorelect II
Soaatorelect Se aterelect Russell A Alger Alg r of ofMichigan I IMichigan I
Michigan the former rmer Secretary ef r War Wartoday Wartoday ar arteM8Y
today headed aded a unique delegation in a acall acall acall
call on th the President PresidentGeneral presldetI FresldeatGenera
General Gen ral Alger cane to toNty nay his I re respeets 10I respeeta
I speets I 5 to the President In i aattelwaUoa aattelwaUoaCongress aatlegietioa aatlegietioacf tleUOII tleUOIIcC
cC tkl taking his seat is tH Mi u jot baste JK e c cCo ofCongress
Congress Co reM on Monday oDfiay and then t1l Intro iMredu Introdued
du dued d s family lamU parts of sturdy Marti youn young YMlB1Rt1I youngmen < II I Imen
men Those presented pr ated te the President PresidentI Pr Preodestwere eWe t twere
I were the generals two sons 01l8 Russell R tell ll A Aj AAlger 1 1Alger
j Alger Jr and Capt F M Alger who whowas ihewas whowan
was an assistant adjutant general inj injthe tn tnhe inthe
the he Spanish war his two two soasiolawr soasiolawrC
C B P Pike k > of Chicago and H D Shel Sheldon SltelI Sheidon ¬
I don of Detroit hIS nephew Boras BorntoHei DoraisI BorasHouty
Hei H Houty < ry t cf C Detroit Ms former ro r military milHarjrsecretary militaryserretary 1karJ 1karJMltnwJ
I secretary Major Georav Ge Geoe rwe s B Hopkins n aa aahis ad adprt andhis
his privrte prt secretar secretary > Victor L Mason MaeenWAZAPI MasonWAZARI aEiM1 aEiM1V
WAZARI V AZAPI WAR ENDED ENDEDBOMBAY ENDEDDOIBA1 ENDEDBOMBAY
BOMBAY Nev 29The The war in the theWazary theWazary theWazar
Wazary country Is ended and thetribes thetribesare he b tribes tribesare trlb8are
are now nro quiet qui t The punishment pllnlshm nt imposed im imposed ImpOACdo ¬
posed pOACdo pOACdoLtl on ontite Ltl the Waaarl during duri g tha U l rebel rebellion rebellI rebellion ¬
lion lI n wail severe se 6r6 as compared with with their theirstrength theirltt theirstrasgtb
strength ltt RKh tilt British eapturod 22 of oftharo ofthem r rt
them t 8m killed 2S anti wounded The TheWtxsri TIteWaaarl Tb TbWazari
Wtxsri else 111O lost three vibtz vUiaftW Yi ltli which whichwere whichwere let letwere
were destroyed flftyaine towers to and andsixtyeight aadaixtyelght tadsixtyeight
sixtyeight git gitSugar guns gunsSugar
I Sugar Sug r Loaf the Btead Bread Without an anequal anffW11Ady aneewal
equal ffW11Ady Adv
reaeh i4N 54ttt9 451W1 U that t u Maeant Is Isrealized Isrealized 1
realized the ap appropriations a i reprla reprlatIeM Jse email reach rseehthe reachthe radtthe
the aggregate sum of nM nlS S11S159S S11S159SAttention ft9t ft9tAttention l I
Attention was wi was called Iled la the letter te tethe tothe I
the fact that th the District wilt ew eWe we theUnited the theUnited
United States Treasury UnM73615 at atthe attbo atthe I
the end of the prosent pl Dt f fpaid SiMaJ year telte to be bepeed
paid JHiHl out of the municipal revenues la lathree Inthree I Ithree
three annual aBnH l iastallmentc iastallmentcThe iMC intalimentaThe UBleBta I
The Commlatfoner wrote the dream dreamstances dretlMstances dream dreamstances
stances which caused this deftctt and aadsaid Jdsaid andsaid
said that Congress a H yet bra ana not pro provided re rethe e eTIded
TIded a method edaod 8lm of meetIe tt the needs Of OftM ofthe
the situation If however Ue Uethird He Hetklrtl amthird
third indei indebtedness teda e ethe Is Ie be taIE takAt r rtJae fromthe
the municipal r revesoee revenue next year there therecarroat titer titerIDW1t theremost
most bP a MIIeit cat j in carroat ex oxaenoes expenees
aenoesThe penees peneesThe
The Cemmisfilener er acearaiasljr asked askedthat ulte4that askedthat I
that the whole subject 8UhI ect be referred to toCongress toCongress
Congress In the hone ItOHtMt that meaaa will he hefound IHttound befound
found at the coming session to relies relievothe reM reMtbf reliesthe I
the District from the harden which it ithssr Itr Itare
hssr are r as the remit of diverting rave revenues ravesues ¬
sues > for current expoaees ex te the say sayChicago Jl8r Jl8rID paymeat
ID meat of larg street extension pr praad projects projectsand
and exraor extraordinary t ly aemes of improve improvemeat proTe
= meat meatT1ifts1llsfll proTej
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T1ifts1llsfll T1ifts1llsfllXPLO81O FA T BTrt AUStn ny l lfXPLOSION
fXPLOSION XPLO81O OF BOllERj BOllERjI i il iChicago l
Chicago hlcago Stock Yards Scene Sceneof Sceneof I
II IIof
of Terrible Disaster DisasterCHICAGO Di aster asterCHICAGO
I iI i
CHICAGO Xe XeC N Nevi IA t mflee exgsded exgsdedIn
In Ute electric KgtK JIut et eqtIMed1 SwIft A AC diCo
Co C at the Union UalanSstwal U SteelE Yar Y a today tedaySIrMraI todaySeeral
Sstwal person were kitted MIIMArnbieia j jArahiiisjiexr iAm
Arahiiisjiexr Am Arnbieia eeee have been celled from tremias fromas i
as far a as the TweRaMeOIMI Tw rty locond Street po police s slice ¬ i illee
lice smites Mati and ft k1s te th IfMIgIIt gh from ir then thenthe tidethe i
the aeeid a accident Bt most hare Jiu Mea setteeThe settee serfsnsThe 1 1Tke
The comnany reftwag reftwagstatement r te she et IUJ nTstates IUJstaRt
statement states sot of the theSight matter matterIFgM er erBtgjlt
Sight dead bodies bare hv Mea tsJc takes taJIeafroM takesfrom H Hfrom
from the rate roiM rut It is Mated ftfteen AfteeRteat Mite a atwenty r rtwenty
teat twenty ompteyee at are are e seriemilr Inbred InbredThe taMr d j jiag
The roof ot tfie Ivscary IItfek baUd 1iIeIWlag baUdlag 11 11T1te
lag e eeeupIM ew9ledby 1 < by y the h8 AaMrtaM A Can Ca Gem Gempanp Gmmpaay CeMpaDT
paay near the scene eIIe at the S Sw stft tt i exuto exutoslen erti ertiien
1
slen ien eolhtpeod eel about OS J M and severaL sovoratpersons tpe severaLpersons
persons pe ineHMHa Jae including a aemployed JMIL1Mr of gIc1II gIc1III gletempteyed
I employed e in the htrtUuK are arekUk4 retorted retortedkilled reportedkilled
killed killedENGLAND kUk4ENGLAND killedENGLAND
ENGLAND PUTS UP BARS BARSON BARSON BARSON
ON AMERICAN CATTLE CATTLEThe CATTLEI I
The Government Declares Quarantine QuarantineAgainst QuarantineAgainst I IAgainst
Against the Ports of Boston Bostonand B Beatenand ten tenand
and PettlandUsoibleini Portland PortlandUnofficial
I
Unofficial advices adrle were received at theDepartment the theDepartment liteDetM1rtIRMt
Department of Agriculture today that thatthe It thatthe
the t e British government MS ins declared a aquarantine attttRraRUae atntrastine
quarantine against cattle cattlesktped shipped from fromthe fremlhe freesthe
the ports e + Boston Baste Mass and Fort tertIud Portland
land Maine Ial owing la t the outbreak of ofthe ofUte ofthe
the ftHHandmotttii disease e among NewBagla NewBaglan4
Bestead Bagla cattle cattleTb tsUllTle cattleThe
Tb The Secretary of Agriculture Agrletllt too or ordered OCftere ortiered ¬
tiered < the port of Portland etosed to t aK aKone atcattle
cattle that reach 2da that
p throogit any anyowe 1 1Be
one of the infected States Stat of Vermeat VermeatAIssrachMsetts V V1dItL8 VeressaaMassachoseets
AIssrachMsetts Rhode Island or CM CMneetient
I neetient aocticatSENATOR neetientSENATOR aecUeutSENATOR
SENATOR HANNA CALLSAT CALLS CALLSAT CALLSAT
AT THE WHITE HOUSE HOUSESenator HOUSESe HOUSESenator
Senator Se Ha Ii ihaaaa made a hair bows eH eHat callt coilat
at t the White IIM Home flees omecn oftlft early rb this tMnafieriMMn t tafternaea thisshorn
afieriMMn shorn He came ca the arm of ofIsaac ofIsaac ofIsaac
Isaac X SeHgattM IfoU the t wef weHsaown weltkaowaYork btow New XewYork NewYork
York banker The Senator looks okaWillally un unwsMiiy usnsualiy
wsMiiy well sad though he stilt sUithis uses useshis useshis
his cane he e walks with march mch greater greaterenergy p plMrgy grtiettorenergy
energy than he did last spring spri g when he hewas hewas
was 38 greatly VeuWtsd 4i By rheumatism rhenmsiiamA
A PACIFIC COAST CC A5r MAN MANURGED MANURGED MANURGED
URGED URGED FOR COMMISSION COMMISSIONRepresentative COMMISSIONRtopletelltaUy COMMISSIONRepresentative
Representative JOMS CHN8 of Wasktestaau Wasktestaauass w wU
ass U recommended reeoJl to the t President thea the theappointment tMRDIe1at
a appointment efntnteat RDIe1at of Representative W H HDceliui HJkelartko HDroUttar
Dceliui of that UtState State as a i ithe aemher it itthe
the tJI Isthmian 1ath ta Canal Gmmisston Gmmisstonr r rHome CI l Mil MilHome
l
> r Home Made MadeSugar Sugar LoafAor Loaf ta5
Designated by Commission Commissioner C mtni5sion mtni5sioner
er Macfarland to Inquire InquireInto I Inquireinto nq uire uireInto
Into Charges a aDiscrimination of Railroad RailroadDiscrimination RaHroadDiscrimination
Discrimination Against the theCapital theCapItal theCapital
Capital City and Recom Recommend Recommend Recommend ¬
mend a Proper Remedy RemedyBoard RemedyBoard RemedyBoard
Board of Tradeand Trade and Business BusinessMens BusInessi1ens BusinessMens
Mens i1ens Association Association Asso iation Repre Represented Repres RePreseed ¬
seed s ed oil on o the Committee CommitteeDistrict CommitteeDIstrict CommitteeDtsfrict
District DIstrict CommissionersMatter Commissioners CommissionersDtein COFfHnissionersDtem
Dtem Matter of Vital Vi Vitalterest tat In Interestto Interestto
terestto terest to Districts DistrictsWelfare DistrictsWelfareMss DistrictsN t Welfare WelfareMass elfare
Mass Meeting Meeting Planned Un Under Under I Icler
der Auspices of Business BusinessMens BusinessMen BusinessMens
Mens Men s Association Side SidetraefeedTemporarlly 5idetmc SidetrackedTemPorarllY
traefeedTemporarlly tmc dTeinporarny Fend Pending Pen Penin Fending ¬
ing in Action of Committee CommitteeThe Comffiltteei CommitteeThe
i The Situation Critical CriticalThere Cnt cal calI
I
I There were lively hel developments d l tBents today todayIB todayi todayIn
i IB the ta k kcal nl > l coal C situation sf on chief eJd r among amongtbena amonglteiss
tbena being a concerted movement on thepars the thepart theI
I part of premlgoX tr haaineoc men to bring bringabeet bringabout
I about natty Blb of a action Uo fer the relief 01 ofthe 01the 01I
I the city frees 11 the eoal cos feodnevhicb fallllne T which lch eaob eaobany eahI ea h hday
I any day heeemes 1 mare severe severeinwpira severeIaeplred
I inwpira i Iaeplred by ay the aekaealedfisaeat aeklt8e QDe11t or orthe orthe
the Mors i ithe sad lie r representatives Uves or ore ofthe
I
the coal eompsnlos Ies that they tfc Ylm y will be beI beIWe benesbie
IWe I aacMe to supply pply the city during Ihtrfn the win winter wluIter wintar ¬
Iter tar ter that the receipts for te month of ofNovember orI ofNovember
I November have been lees than 19 per percoat pereeet perdent
coat of the normal aen supply anti that there therefa thtreII thereIs
fa tat little Jl Je prospect for betterment la laDecmbir Int laDectwbir
II Decmbir President rrsMent t H B T llaefarland 11adarlandIN llaefarlandjet
jet IN the Board of Com CommJllo Commissioners miss ioadrg rS of the theDistrict theI theDistrict
I District Dl this morning 1Itraln appointed a eom committee eomittee
I Blittee ittee or praniacnt citiieos dti 1lS to iavosti iavostigate 11l lnvestGate PSt PStpte
gate ceadiHoas and take such action actionas ctloZl ctloZlu
as way tend to relief relleLTills s sThis aThis
This committee ttoe which l e delude i in its its3T Itst itsmemberahtp
memberahtp t members r o of lifJtb ooesi si sitot
r tot totlhr
lhr + slse 1 n1 1tq nBn a aThom
f Thom W Smith fi to a sweet t Matldas y at aftwnesa atI at11aeon
I twnesa at 4 qVlocfc o Clerk t in the rooms of o T he heBoard leBoard heBoard
Board of Trade TradeDiscrimiaatisn TrsdeDiscriminataen
II Discrimiaatisn Disc mnatien Against Washington WaahicgtcnThe WaahingtcnTJw
The Coanatszieaecs era deter this thisowning t thaatsraiag i s sClIHDtag
owning that a eoaetttee of citizens citizensascertain titl1fftSL citizensseised
seised ascertain L a erta1a whether tier a is dsrrI ds dsrrhninatloa dsI
I rrI rrhninatloa sieatteo t1ea as alleged IJes d against t the tlM IMS hieislet i itrlet
islet of Columbia in I the delivery of coal
i and if 99 to recommend a remedy it iteseatid ItIlta
Ilta ha IIIIeea re repfreseetad eseatid e ta t the Commit Cotnmist Canamisaioaersby
i aioaersby 1 J71sNe11t eent SmIth f t the Board Boardaf Boar Boarlee I Iof
lee af Trade sot other me efUeexa aesi Ol r that or orI orn
I > n that seek atlQpo settle C would be bei bewise
i wise te t avert ft rt the disastrous su const constXaefarlaad CQn conecaueaeee
aueaeee 0 a 1amIDP
t Cseondaeieer Xaefarlaad took to took k the theinitiative
I initiative and after her ceaettitatioa CellMl atieu with withpromtoeat wi withpreeiaat th thi
promtoeat ettiseas reearamended 2eeelDBle nfI ed to the tbeI theHeard
i
Baaed that the sitnatlaa should be betreated bet betreated
I t uea treated ac aa exreTdevaK eseeuMaahease ease war warrasdog ar arntDdItg
raattog the taterreatioa prasofied prepasedOf ed
I Of Vital Interest ta District DistrictCommiBrlecer DstrictCallsltr
CommiBrlecer Xaenrmad stated to tohis tleDlleagves toh
h his colleagues that as the coal question qaestiosIs
t
Is a matter which affects a eets the wellbeing wellbeingaf
af the t entire Dtatriet aM od the t health as asat asWell s sit
Well at Ute comfort rt el every borne it iteaaW ItM Itamld
eaaW he Jmtiagirtahed ed easily aDd prop properly propertr properibr ¬
erly treat the ardtaary ry commercial op oplitfcsa 01 01a8d operad
erad litfcsa so its te deserve and receive receiveioaers recci receivethe e eI
I attea1fea st eatfes fIl t caDMBleeieaers ioaers of ofthe ottJM ofthe
the restrict rltstrictIt restrictIt rJsr rJsrIt
It was scarred tint at this t was as the case s SSEaM anP
aM apposmeet at of the eelRlldtt committee t xas xasde 38 38tqeIL
de Wad tip tipCmadsdeer tqeILc
Csmnrisslanfr c n Maefarmad saggesrrd saggesrrdMM SIIggeslfdthe saggesrrithe
the ssaeiatmpnt af r committee of tes tesrniapsruil te teI tocomposed
composed IUti of ave Ae members m ambers 8t e the Board Boardof Boardel Boardof
I
of Trade and tee awmaers members ot the Bus
ness teas Xea AjaaUatlea including Press PrtstIeM PressdoAt
1 deat Smith of th the former sad President PresidentMaw PrfSid PresidentCate nt ntatlde
atlde et tM Jafter lay ter WpalattoJ WpalattoJMus
Maw Meeting May MayBe Be Celled CelledPrior CalledPrior led ledPrior
Prior to ths netten h Wag lng < taken Sec Secretary MCretacy Seerotary ¬
rotary Barry Bnikley Ba of the Business Basioessa BaaiDtssa Businessareas
a areas a Asseeiattea had arranged for th thcalllas tllS thucalling <
calllas of a mass meeting of citizens tc tcrempt tctake totake
i lealilag
take scale looking tAt U prompt rempt pre presaatRttea pre pretIeR preesotatiut
saatRttea tIeR te Caa c Coorese eas eC a memorial memorialjaatttae aeDorialMttIIIg moemorialsetting
jaatttae MttIIIg forth the gravity of the situa situattoa situstIoa sitnsUoa
ttoa tIoa sad tee U necessity sity o of stets ste to rp rpIhVra reIkve p p1koT
IhVra Ikve 1koT it at DIe Mr 1 Bcikley o ikley has 1aasPorariIJ baaperarily M Mporarily
porarily e deferred > f erred action et foa ca the h 1tt i cs csBfapeaea fafII eaproposed
proposed fII II d ta avoid a a coaaeet with it 11 < h hooatmittee Ieee as asammkie
ooatmittee eee aaaeteed a hy Cemralwstou CemmkstonrMa cmho8to11Marfa r rMacfarhuMl
Ma MacfarhuMl Marfa fariand bit ot K aa immediate relief f fnot fir firaot tvnot
not afforded by aj that eoetlttee osmmlU e he VU VUcarry witcarry
carry ate exeeatiaa the thetIaM piano h has hasairssay h31iaina hagstrew
lcarry strew f farmatatad farmatatadCnBMtsners rmtdatsd rmtdatsdConsumers tfMI tfMICanwmers
Consumers Igaoi Ignored ed at Hearing HeariagMr HearingI HearingMr
I Mr BMikUr Hullo Ik has also beesj te receipt receipt1c1 ret I lpt lpte pt pttcf
tcf e a letter from Join > Praa PraMl Rraalrllo tte Crewel Crewelfar CewUt Crewelteranrb
far t teranrb marly etatteticU a of the harcau urea u of oftatmties ofstatistics
tatattMles statistics er C the Treaoarr Tr Department DepartmentraUlne opartmfotUItg Departmentalteg
raUlne UItg attention to the fact act that in liehearing lie iieheariag liehrtag
hearing hetare the arWtraUoa a coramla commissMsa coramlasiea commbsIeB
siea aaaeinted hr President Roosevelt Rooseveltthe ROO8ffttUte Rooseveltthe
the miners th tll6 taopuatars > apxatars fftrs and the ind indponnent fnilpaHRt indP indPpeadent
ponnent coal eowis eavtisjaiee MIl ptUlles niea have been rep reprematea r repreeated p pre
rematea re eMtMI hat tLat those tios Let vitally vitallyInterested vitallyt vitallyioercwd
Interested t the eooMMMrs n have H baa no noeae nocare nodoe
doe te e car care far or their interests ttr ttr1rowens tr trCrawvUs Irena
CrawvUs ena iiiKisjiistiaa that MeN rene reivenimtntiit reneoasisdive tft tftMIttatift
nimtntiit reaamarrtel 1aI body desia designate igrHt igrHtat ato atoBosten a arepreseatMive
represeatMive at z4 to baartas ha h r rc re retbatiased
c tbatiased ee i rcr e eBosten I IBo
Bo Bosten ten Baking Ba1 1g Ce Ceo ° Mate 1fIakeSugar M keSugar Sugar Leaf LeaffIy LamWy
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