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2 THE EVENING TIMES YASH1NGTON SATURDAY NOVEMBER 29 1902
SYNDICATE SYMDIATTIlE UY PAY PAYBanker PAYTHE
THE VENEZUElAN DEBT DEBTanker
1 1B
Banker B anker nker Seligman Calls Upon Uponthe UponI Uponthe
the President PresidentMAY PresJPent PresJPentMAY PresientMAY I
MAY ASK FOR FORA A GUARANTEE GUARANTEEMr
Mr Hay Hears Nothing of Plan PJanUnit PJanUnited Unit United ¬
ed States Not Likely to Give GiveSuch GheSuch GiveSuch
Such Assistance AssistanceVenezuelas AssistanceYene7UfltJIs AssistanceVenezuelas
Venezuelas sebomo for paying her herGerman RerGprnan tierGerman
German and Britteh creditors through an anAmerican aBAmlcan asAmerican
American syndicate JNllcate be MIll not been com communicated eoIIIrounieated eosmnnIeated ¬
municated te the Ut State Stat Department l rLIIMBC rLIIMBCyrt as asyet aeyet
yet Seligataa Ug1Raa Co of New York Yorkbankers Yerkebankers Yorkbankers
bankers are credited with itk wovinp 1 in the theiratter thewalter thematter
walter and Isaac N SeltgnMa Selt a of that thatfirm tHtfirm thatfirm
firm came < ame to Washington in refere referethe refereace ee to tothe tothe
the matter today todayEarly todayEarJ todayEarly
Early EarJ this after afteroo BOOH he conferred conferredwith conferredwith conferredwith
with the President pruld nt at the White Hew Hewoffices Heave Heuteoffices Heaveoffices
offices anti outliaed o Ulued the plan pIa he Bas in inmind inmlnd ioznlnd
mind On leaving the White House H Mr MrSeligmen Mrellgman r rpllgmn
Seligmen saW saWThe sakiTbc saidTbo
The matter fe not otyet set ia Mica ch shape shapethat sltapethat shapethat
that I can say anything about b ut K At AtIhe AtIhe A Athe t
Ihe present moment my conference withthe with withthe witkthe
the President is I entirely a personal aiat aiatler aaetler t tleI
ler cf which it would be manifestly im improper ilBproper istproper ¬
proper to speak ptebMely ptebMelyIt p WlcJy WlcJyIt
It Is more than probable that Mreellgman Mr MrSellgman 11 11lJlgman
Sellgman will endeavor to secure fr frthr frOIB frOIBlh frthe om
the lh Administration Adm1n tratioR some form of a guar guarantee gliRrlnt gearltntoe ¬
antee lnt c of the bonds to be issued Under Underordinary UDderonlinary Undeordinary r
ordinary conditions colMllUe they would CHIld sell ell 11 at a t
25 rents ent8 s on the dollar with thfe guar guarnntee guarnntee guarnntee
nntee of the United States they woo woobe would wouldbe WolkDC
be worth more than par parHowever parlIoroever parHowever
However it is next to impossible j JHM6lble for forthe fo fothe or orlhe r
the United States to give such a guar guarantee guarlot guarenter ¬
enter lot > Despite De plte the fact that an amicable amicablesolution amlcahlesolution amlcab amlcabsolution le
solution of Venezuelas Ve esuelas financial ills illswould IUswould 111 111would s
would relieve this Government of 0 grea greaanxety great greatanxiety greatILnxltaDY t
anxiety ILnxltaDY any American who undertakes undertakesihe undertakeshe undertakthe es
he floating of such bonds will be to tothat told toldthat toldthat Id
that be does do it at his Id can risk and alMltltat alMltltathE that thatbe tha thahe t
be hE cannot count upon this Government Governmentfor Oeversmeaor t
for or their collection when due Whether WhetherMr WhetherMr Whet WhetMr tier
Mr Sellgman and his h partners will perlist per persist 1 1Jist ¬
list In their plane under suck dreambtanerI etreuw etreuwfctance etIWIIIltan
fctance ltan Y1 remains to be seen seenXEW HOLXEW seenNEW
XEW YORK YORK Nov No 39 SIA A ruatar rumor ntM r the theVenezuela that thatVenezuela thatVenezuela i
Venezuela is going to pay through an anAngloAmerican aaAngloAmerican a aAngloAmerican B
AngloAmerican banking Makin firm the t e clal claltold claims claimsbeld cJaillMihpJd aae
told against hor by Germany and Great GreatBritain GreatDritaln QrealBrttaln t
Britain is Is exciting exclUn interest la WalStreet Wall WallStreet WaUStreet I
Street It is thought that the intermedlary inter intermediary Intlrmcdlary ¬
mediary bankers are Seligman ft CoMDNEY Co CoNOT CeNOT
NOT AFTER IHMUAYS IHMUAYSWILSON MONEY SAYS SAYSVILSON SAYSlIE
WILSON OF PRINCETON PRINCETONUniversity PRINCETONUniversi PB1EOniversity
University Universi niversity President Presid Presidentiil ntin in Ghi Ghicagb Ghiag ChiMf
cagb caa ag h hCHICAGO Mf oh Social S ial WsUCHICAOO Viral VisIL v vCHICAGO
CHICAGO Nov Ne St 9LPresident President Wood Woodrow WeedroW Woodrow
row Wilson Vll os of Princeton University Universitydenies Universitydnlas Universit Universitdenies y
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denies that his visit Istt to Chicago ha haanything has hasob baaany a
any anything hlng to do with alllY play for ob obtaining e etaming fD fDtalnlng ¬
taming 12JM9M 1 MI which be says 7 is isTVFdd isIwedd t tTFfd 6
TFfd TVFdd d to make Princeton Prlaceton a great act scientific sctfntUic actentlfc ¬
entific institution without a competitor competitoramong CODlpeUtQamong eompetitoamong
among universities universitiesPrinceton uoiverslU uoiverslUPrlncetoR universitiesPrinceton
Princeton does want 11 it1iH64i he hesaid lIcsaid h hsaid c
said and probably will get it but butvisit RtT RtTvisU a avisit y
visit is simply almpl in rep0M 41 to an tart invlation 181t tarttatlon
ation t fr frdesire from the Co Comatereial u erdill C Cub sad saddesire a adesire
desire to meet meettbe the Princeton PrlDCe Prlncetoaalastat aitiaNil a te tehia Jahi i ihie n
hia hi city cityWhen dtrWheD cityWhen
When asked for an expression oxpressieaopinion Utre ktR of ofopinion etopinion
opinion concerning cooeerBla the attitude atUt d of ofPresident nrPrpsldent a aPresident f
President Eliot of Harvard toward the thepublic theIubllc th thpublic e
public schools ebool he said saidPresident saidPresident hi hiPrasideat
President Eliot in one respect re peet Is like likethe Ilk Ilkthe lite1b e
the 1b > late Senator John J T Ingalls He H al always always atsays ¬
ways says a thing so positively po ltieI that he hel lieDO b bleavs e
l leavs av < s no room rO lll for or explanation there thereafter thereafter thereafter ¬
after afterHe afterHt afterHe
He thought also he said W that Pros President PrtMItdent Prosdent ¬
dent Eliot had been misunderstood and andthat aDdthat a athat sd
that a false interpretation had been pa paupon put putupon HIt HItupon t
upon bis bl remarks remarksII
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Notice otjL of toenl hereafter ml
CONGRESS TO CONVENE CONVENEAT
AT NQON N NQO O J ON MONDAY MONDAYProgram MON MONDAYProgram DAY DAYProgram
Program of Opening Day DayUncertainMayAdjourn UncertainMay Uncertain May Adjourn Immediately Imme Immediately Immediately ¬
diately for fo Deceased Members
The second sosoion aee lea of e the Wftysov Wftysoveath iflrsov iflrsovealk
I
eath Congress CS will be called to order orderAt orderAtMOB atcoos at atnoon
noon Monday olMlay te I torwlaate terMlaa at it neon neonMarch neonarch teenMarck
March M arch 4 4It 4It 3It
It has not yet been decided whether whethernew whether1M
new 1M members will be sworn in and re received recefv received ¬
ceived cefv oa Monday or whether kotheI both bothemeu bothlietl bothteases
teases lietl emeu 611 will a attj4Mlra uro immediately out of ofrespect orr ofrespect
respect r 8Jt9Ct to the memory of deceased mem members memMrs members ¬
bers bersIf MrsIt bersIf
If any sa business is transacted en Monday Mon Monday 1on 1ontill ¬
day till the Arst thing to be done after the theroll Oleroll theroil
roll call will be the presenting of cre credentials creaUals credeatals ¬
dentials aUals and the swearing > > ia of new newmembers DewJDetBber neweemberh
members JDetBber chosen e OeR to take the places o othose of ofthose orthose f
those who ho have died resigned or been beenunseated beenulISeate4 beenunseated
unseated In the Senate Se ate General Alge Algewill Alger Algerwill AJgerwill r
re
will be seated atOO as the successor SYee9Y r of the thelate thelate th thisle e
late Senator McMillan dUllaa of Michigan In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the House there will be seventeechanges seventeen seventeenchanges HventcencltaBRes n
changes changesNext cltaBResext changesNext
Next ext committees will 111 be appointed appointedfrom appolntodrom appoint
from rom both the House and Senate to towait towalt t twait o
wait upon the President reaWeat and inform him himthat himtut himthat
that Congress is reedy to receive any anycommunication 3ayCORtmuRieaUon anycoesmanfeation
communication he 1t may J IlT bo pleased te teiak tok toOwing t e
make makeOwing iak iakOwing k
Owing to the brief time that Congrhas Congress Congresshas Congre sea
has 11 at Its dlepet dtspetal al at this session se seeelenthre seeelenthremonthsthere tentbrM tentbrM1D0Dtbsthere three threemonths 3
months 1D0Dtbsthere there are few w who 110 believe thaany that thatany thatlny t
tt
any important portion of o the vast vastI vas vasmount I Imount
I mount of legislative business that has hasbeen basbeea s
been suggested can be disposed of Some Somemember Semem1Hlrs Seat Seatmembers °
member m1Hlrs predict that little can be ac accomplished acCOIBplished ¬
complished beyond the passage of the theeleven theeloon th e
eleven great supply ppl bills aggregating aggregatingabou asgrogatlngaboVe aggragatiaabca B
aboVe 219188 219188The SM Hi HiThe MM MMThe
The Statehood Bill BillThe B4 B4The
The Aral contest will IJI be en before lorc the theadjournment theadjournment t tadjournment he
adjournment for the Christmas holidays boJldaosIt
It will m come on the floor of till Senate Senatewith Senatewith
with the report of the Committee on onTerritories onTerrltorlos or a
Territories on the omnibus bill giving givingStatehood I gtvln > IlogStatehood g
Statehood to Oklahoma New Mexico and andArizona andArbe an d
Arizona Arbe This bill passed the House at atthe atthe a t
the last session e MeR by practically a unani unanimous 1InanlMottS ¬
moue vote voteIt voten
It was freely admitted a4imttt however b epr that thatthe thatthe thethe t
the action of the House He se eouid C ull1 am an a o ocepted oopted on onted
opted ted a ac an index te 1 tb thp tnu r t n nexisting i iutsttg
existing it was proB IITOfInunP4t Hn i att attorally q C CraUy rfl rflorally
orally raUy a bit of poiiMont polltl nrw Ih i istep WO WOtalloD >
step tateiB in the bone baf inai c1 i o < t Jretrad jiJ jiJretracted
retracted retrad by > y the s Spnl tleHrrA mfA 4 41 art t tby H HlIy
by the desire of e the tb H Hu ws JH i it itthe 11ww v vthe
the Senate should lte kl awi aore irap hp n r rWllty Jh Jhhlllty
bllltyOklahomas Wllty WlltyOklahomas hllltyOklaboma
Oklahomas friends are ar oiartBMi alAMB afat se A nr nrthe r rthe r
the existing status and aB beor the lh ci cicese r rcess rCPH
cess they will make SB e1M desperate e pera of effert offort
fort to separate Oklahoma from rom her herriders horriders he heriders r
riders and carry her alone to the State Statehood Statehood Statehood ¬
hood goal Much tift des dawUt t ki e o oxpressefl oxpresseflwhether oqJr preeae preeaewhether e ewBetller d
dr
whether the ontnlmts bill can become becomelaw lteeomelaw becomelaw r <
law
The Reciprocity Treaties TreatiesOvershadowing Treati TreatitisOvershadowing s sOverahHo1I1J
Overshadowing the Statehood Stathopd bill in ingeneral 10g8ltftral 1 1general a
general importance are arered j reciprocity reciprocitytraaties r dplocltytrdatle roeit roeittreaties y
treaties which the Senate SepatewUhtlotatke at wUl f ho t1tked t1tkedagain a ked kedagain I Iagain
again to ratify Their fate is of special specialent specialJlMtmoat speetaasemoat 1
JlMtmoat ent as the future relations rel tfons of tho t tUBIte4 tUnited tan
United States with v1t Cuba are at stake stakeA BtakeA stakeA
A program on reciprocity has not ye yeLean yet yetbeen yetIJeen t
been mapped out by its advocates prln prinCampanies prlnTROUBLE
TROUBLE OVER NATURAL NATURALGAS ATtIIIA
GAS IN INUIANAPOLIS INUIANAPOLISCampani U
Campanies Campani s Notify Pat Patrons ons It ItWill ItWill
Will Be Turned Off OffINDIANAPOLIS OffINDIANAPOLIS 0ffO
INDIANAPOLIS Nov Ne 2 t Some Somemonths SemeDlontbe Son Sonscathe e
months age ge the Indianapolis Gas Com Comp = 08 08pan
p pan posy t y notified Its patrO patrons tl that it 11011111 11011111ROt wont wontask would wouldnot s1
not supply ppl natural gas after October Or teher teherbut 1 1but 1Mt
but the city Instituted sulfa Mrla utts and the thecompany theeoIBJMla t tie
company was enjoined eujol ed from disconnect disconnecting dtHoBDecting ¬
ing patrons pending a decision decisionBills decisionmils decisionBills
Bills were rendered for October as asusual a atbfal
usual bat many of the coofpanys pa patrons paIrene ¬
Irene refused rZ to pay the ni the October Iilll Iilllholding bills billsholding 1m e
holding hoWIR that they word woregettiag geUl getting g 1 poor > oer and andinadequate as aslaadegnate d
inadequate service serviceWednesday serviceWednesday nice
Wednesday the companys eMlfHiay employes employesbegan oetploy oetploybegan Iyell Iyellgaa es
began gaa cutting off the gas supply > from fromthe fret fretthe roro rorothe t
the houses of Dc all delinquents and up t tdate to todate totlate
date 40M 4 patrons have been cut off from fromthe fomLIte fro frothe m
the service serviceEIGHT NrvteeEIGHT serviceEIGHT
EIGHT YEARS FOR GRUEN GRUENBERLIN GRUENBRULI GRUENBIEItLL
BERLIN BRULI Nov No 29As tA An Altsnb AU8n Altenburg rg r fac factory ract4MT faeterT ¬
tory owner named Omen escaped e eapf t to toAmerica toAnca B BAaterlea
America some months ago after berms having havingeommKied HYIngPOl8Mkted g
eommKied large e emLesaiemesWl lBeulemQAQ bezxl met and w who whoWHS wllo110ft lso
was 110ft l Jat ter r extradited wacteday waa todCiY pen 80nte sentence ¬
teas tence te ee1l to eight years Imprisonment Jmprl elUBfDt in inthe IRtlte f fthe
the penitentiary penitentiaryA
A Guaranteed Cure for Piles PilesItcfct PilesJtdla PilesIleisfna
Itcfct Ileisfna mind Bfeedtar D and fHtMnMteg protl1llll ttadlet g
IS 1 iLR X lie cure no ro pay All dniwri are aretlMriud au auIborfeod e
Iborfeod by the anantactwent tWeII of IMO 1 Oiat Oiatm Oi 0 0toast ha t tt
m toast t to nlwMt ref the money where it fail fI fakcare to Mowe toewe
owe ay ewe tl pile M a matter Uer el l her IMwIta heredbtF w Ung UngtttufOK
Ita wthesotet tttufOK edbtF Cnrai ew onttnary sN + IRry CUM In I aix aixu days taytthe
the u thesotet wowi 8t CAMS c A fowteeH lourt day Ose lee appli application apttIettieR sprI h ¬
cation siets gn WII eat M 1 and NIt Rcitevoi kelp HdtlRjc
hMUMrtly TMa 11 a fc a MW 4fa dfrlrrecy > eoiwfy and it itthe ittM itthe
the only 0111 pile pit r rante nomed remedy auld on D a positive itiYe tun tunaatca tUar tUaraDtto
ante aatca = o tui cute w BO lit pap y lri l triee > riN6O < s 5A fiOc <
elpally elpaJl > b beeaue 1 > eauoe of the e uncertain atti attitude aUitude attiude ¬
tude t of Cuba horself The Cuban re reciprocity reelreeJty reelpredty ¬
ciprocity bill which passed the Haus Hauslast Heuse Heuselast Heyselaet o
last session c OB s se amended as to to be ac acceptable accaiMable aceptable ¬
ceptable c to neither side of the contro controversy contreversy centreversy ¬
versy is before the th Senate SenateCubas S Bate BateCUbas
Cubas attitude is not well underfeed underfeedand uD41 wader r t tt ttsad a HJ HJand d
and a Cuban reciprocity treaty treat is I not notyt ao aoYpt noyet
yt ready road for submission The recon reconcontradoes reconcentradoes
centradoes of the last session Se IOD whose whoseranks wh wheatranks < MIe MIeranks I
ranks have been thinned rather than thanstrengthened thanstreAgthened thanstreagihoaed
strengthened will endeavor to keep uthe U Hthe Uthe p
the fight and for the present will con content eo eotent ¬
tent themselves with urging nonaction nonactionon nonnett n I
on the bill in order rcler that a redprocfttreaty reciprocity reciprocitytreaty rdproelltreatYIheo y
treaty treatYIheo when presented may be consid considered eorwldcrcd consideredwithout ¬
ered eredwithout without prejudice prejudiceHow pr judlee judleeHo
How Ho far they will go 1 > 0 ia opposing rat ratification ratUhatlon ratIAcatlon ¬
ification of any such treaty has not yet yetbeen ye et etBeon t
been decided but they will lU be flack flackby flanked flankedby fta ked kedby
by Senators from other States when whcscinterests w csc cscInter6Sts e
interests i arc Involved in other troati treaties treatiesto I
to t be submitted and which from local localconsiderations 10caJconslderaUons teenconsiderations 1
considerations they tile will tit feel bound to todefeat todefeat t tdefeat o
defeat defeatAs defeatAs
As Sti n 1 example the HayBond Ha BOIHI treaty treatybetween trealylMtween treat y 3 3the
between the United Sjtates tatesand and Greal GreatBritain GrealBrtaln t
Britain on behalf of Newfoundland may maybe maycited ma y
be cited It has the cordial ordlat dislike of ofthe orthe o othe f
the Senators from the th New Xc England EnglandStates EnglandStates Eaglan d
States
AntiTrust Legislation LegislationUpou LegisJationUpon LegislationUpon
Upon the subject of antitrust aMtitru t legisla leglslaflan legislation JegtI1atlOD ¬
flan there is quite a general desire and andI anddisposition an d
I disposition to take some action Ropubli Ropublicans Republicans
cans Rill make a strenuous endeavor to toharmonlz toharmonlz i iharmoniz4 o
harmonlz < upon some amendments t tthe to tothe tothe 0
the Sherman law which wltlcJcan can be h onact onactat enacted enactedat
at this session in line with Ith t tJJcsi the < ho sugges suggestions sugges gg ggtlas ¬
lions ofAttorney Attorney General Knox and the theviews theviews th thviews
views of President Roosevelt They will willV wtl wtlny 1d 1
V 7 bsr = oiny ny with the publicity and andcompulsory andcompuJsory an ancompulsory d
compulsory inspection Inspect loa Ideas Ideasbut but will willleave willleave wil 1
leave further treatment ef the rarfou various variousevils various6l1s S
evils alleged to members of the Fifty Fiftyeighth FlCtyeighth Fiftyeighth
eighth Congress most me t of ahem hem are nom oom1B3 o m mmUted
mUted to action 1 sty y tile pledges tlooes made IB IBthe Ii 1 1the
the uurae uTKe of Ih the tent cJlf1vall cJlf1valllrjtJ eOAtyltta eOAtylttaTaritl
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I masse 1B3 in eenrer aenfernaee OrtTlue8 nee and lnre l re to Bwtm BwtmI not llupUlat
I that a compromise will be reaahed reaahedi
i Another bill on I1 which hldt there may mayaction be beaction Beaction
action is that creating a general staff stafffor ata tatr f
for 01 the armyIn army armyIn armyIn
In the House the ship lp subsidy bill re remains remaln remains ¬
mains maln supine In committee e mmlUee with ilk but lit little UlHe d dtie t ¬
tie prospect of resuscitation its oppo opponents oppoDenls ¬
seats say y The bill for the creation of a aDepartment aDepartment
Department of CoWnQracr e6minijr is fc1so also f feommliue in ineomznlUue Ineommlt4Ue n
eomznlUue and an east J yep hf r o otr act ptt to secure a ac action action ¬
tion on it will UI be be a determined one oneIn
I I In the Senate the immigration bill the theeighthour theI th theighthour C
eighthour bill and the antiinjunction antiinjunctionbill ant iajunctio a
I bill are pending with Ith mighty forces be behind behind behind ¬
hind them themNo thornB1TM1O8
1 BITUMINOUS B1TM1O8tilO MINERS MINERSi
i NO LONGER ASS AS8ESEE ESSEO ESSEOI J
I
I No o Need for More Funds for forAnthracite fori foriAnthracite fs fsAnthracite r
Anthracite Workers WorkersINDIANAPOLIS WorkersINDIA WorkersINDIANAPOLIS
INDIANAPOLIS INDIA APOLIS lad Nov No 38Seers 39 Secre Secretary Seeretary ¬
tary Wilson made mad known Friday that the theateesssment t tit
ateesssment a OII8fJment against bituminous seine seinefor miners minersfor minerstor ra raa I
for the beneit of miners rn in the anthra anthracite aDtlracite amtLr a ¬
cite district would be discontinued e on onthe onI onUte n I
the 15th lith inst by order of e President PresidentMitchell PrNWnl111tehell PresiderMitchell t
Mitchell but publdty p ItJlty was as withheld wltb ekl s sIll un until IInUI a ¬
Ill now nowThe sewThe nowThe
The assessment was was ordered during duringmeeting a aeating aBloeUng
meeting eating of the United Mine Workers orkers in inthis Inth18 f n
this city last July and for five AellHtDtlts months months1MM 0
1MM 1 men affected aft clec111ierey thereby contributed contributedtheir eoiWl eentrlbultheir uted utedtheir
their tuota < without wlt CNt a a murmur murmurAt mC lIr lIrAt
At a meeting MeetiB in January Secretary SecretaryWilson SecretaryUMII
Wilson UMII will make a report rp rt on the re receipts reeelpts r reelpfs e ¬
ceipts and expenditures It to under understood uHersteed ¬
stood that the total exceeds 6xee d 20M 20MLEE Z ZLEE ZOsiwi ZOsiwiLEE
LEE AND LINCOLNJACKSON LINCOLN LINCOLNJACKSON LINCOLNJACKSON
JACKSON Miss U Nov o tA 2 A pertra pertraof portrait portraitof It
of President Pre klent Lincoln will be placed in inthe ffttl1e 1 1the a
the Mississippi Hall of Fame The TItetle TItetleture pic picture ¬ I
ture was u furnished by b Robert T Lin Lincoln Llncolli Li a ¬ i
Dole of Chicago in response rNpon e to a re request reqH08t r rquest e ¬
quest and will ill be plared alongside alsoc 4t1e that thatof tlilalor th thof at eat
of Of cit k Kobort Ho ert E Lee LeeCHILDREN LeeCHiTJDREN LeeCEJTLDREN
CHILDREN FATALLY BURNED BURNEDBALTIMORE I
BALTIMORE Md Nov No 30 roThree roThreeehlklr8B Three Threechildren
children of Mr Ir and Mrs Irs Morris > Hr Bros Brosler Br8fHlIeI
ler were fatally burned IJur by the ezplosloof explosion explosionof n
of gasolene at their telr home 126 Nort North NorthExeter XorthEtoter h
Etoter Street yesterday terda The victimare victims victimsare vlctlmiJare s
are Abraham aged one yoar Isaac Isaacthree Isaacttroe Isaa Isaathree c
three years ears and William aged four and anda an ana d
a half years
GENERAL ALDER READY READYArrived READYTO BEADYTO
TO BE SWORN SENATOR SENATORArrive 8EATO8Arrived
Arrived Arrived in City Last Night NightWith NightWith NightWith
With Family FamilyGeneral FamilyGeneral
General Rutwel A Alger of c Michiganwho Michigan Michiganwho MIdtIl8aho
who ho was appointed Senator some time timeago tilliteago timeage
ago by Governor Bliss to All the vacancy vacancyeaueed vaeatte vaeattecaused aeaaeycaused r
caused by the death of the late 591101le11IJIat SenatorMcMillan
McMillan arrived here last evening wit with withis wltkfamll h
pia is family famll In a private car He is stay staying stayIng dutylag ¬
ing at tht > Arlington General Ateer AI Ata er ex exprcfdod exprC oxhimself
prC prcfdod ed himself as much pleased to be bein beIn b bIn e
in Washington again It precedent te tecarried I Iarrled
carried arrled out General Algor will netsworn not be besworn besworn
sworn in as a Senator till next aaxtTlle aaxtTlleda Tues Tuesday TaosWhen ¬
day da When the official announcement orSenator ol
Senator McMillans death is made de b y ySenator
Senator Burrows next Monday the Sea Senate Soaate Seaate ¬
ate as a mark of respect will lamed immediately lIumeetlately lamedately ¬
ately adjourn adjournSenator adjournSenator
Senator Alger was accompanied by byMrs b bMrs y
Mrs Alger Major Hopkins who was his hismilitary IllsI h hmilitary
military secretary la the War Depart Department Department ¬
I
ment during hostilities with Spain Mr Mrand Mrand
and Mrs Ir C B Pike of Chicago C teago Capt Captand Captand Capand
and Mrs F M I Alger of Detroit Mr Mrand 11 11and
and Mrs Irs R A Alger Jr ef Detroit trlt a and andMr
Mr and Mrs H D Sholton of Detroit Detroithis Detroithis
his two sons and daughters and their theirwives tlleirwives thou
wives and husbands respectively Ma Major MaJor Ia IaJor ¬
jor Hopkins Is en route to New York YorkWITNESS YorkVITNESS
WITNESS ITES8 TELLS STORY OF OFMrand OFI
I HAVANA AYAA I STRIKE RIOTS RIOTSMrandMrs 8IOTSMrand
Mrand MrandMrs JVlrs Logan Have Hav Un Unfortunate Unfortunate I1 I1fortunate
fortunate Experience ExperienceNEW >
NEW YORK Nov 2 2jAJRe Amon the pas passengers peaseagers Hl Hlsengers ¬
sengers who arrived this morning en the thesteamship 1besteamship thesteamship
steamship Vigilancia from Havana lIava were wereMr were wereMr wereMr
Mr and Mrs Harry 0 G Logan The Ln Logans LnJlaDS Lntrans ¬
trans were In Havana ai a ti rim tm nt I tti ttiI thrtrtP h
1 rtrtP r1t1 100 saw 80m semi rrrt na 1 A AiJ1 A1 A1Pnr1rPnr1
Pnr1rPnr1 iJ1 ill trood au4ifia 1i h t rn rnrkrrw nO nOn
rkrrw rr n 0 h r f Ii Iiftord iii
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e utl Vi u nO no wr IUIW ca rt t N NHa1 Ha1 0 trfoo trfooII Irnd Irndacts
acts
II r rq the hfO uiA6 I IilluHIIIH IilluHIIIHIrp Ehu Ehuinrr H1Q1
inrr Irp was if to > Ra 100 a taalaAr a and et ryat lf14r lf14rY
Y artr nra a Vb CUo eisea I In I1 en t tn tap
war n aua I goi t nt rvtrai olnurwe 0traur 9k Bwfnrp awtorPt I Iillzrfl II
I rooaUzlfJ illzrfl that we were tEe Ui e6pat otttpM e of I 8imelt at atiaek Mtek
melt iaekThe
The passengers except mywifeaad cay ttfeand T Tleft 11 11J61t
left the ear and the two soMler guards guardsalso g guar guaralso ards ardsalso
also left I was wa uncertain what to t do dobut debut i
but decided to stay on the car ar After Aftersmashing Artermashlng A tt er erad
smashing the glass gla and the 6aV roof and andstoning aadstoning a astoning ad
stoning the motorman and conductor conductorthe eoDdtldortbe
the crowd left us We ere obliged te tewalk t e
walk home homeBUSINESS bomeBUSINESS homeBUSINESS II IIwaJk
BUSINESS MEN M N TO TOINQUIRE TOINQUIREINTO ° INQUIRE INQUIREINTO v vINTO
INTO LOCAL COAL FAMINE FAMINEContinued FAMINEOomiDUed FAMINEContinued
Continued From First Page Pagecelved Pagecalved Pagecelved
celved the approval of C the Business BusinessMens BusinessMens I
Mens Iens Association and will be present presented p presented nl nled ¬
ed at the meeting Monday afternoon for forthe torthe forthe
the consideration of the committee appointed ap appointed appointed ¬
pointed by Commissioner Macfarland MacfarlandThe 3faearlandThe laerarJ8ndThp
The Business Mens Ien Association Associationthrough AaseelaUoDthrougb Associationthrough
through a special committee e mIUee composed composedof com
I of R P Andrews Louis P Shoemaker ShoemakerBarry ShoemakerBarry
Barry Bulkley and John Doyle Car Carmodv Carm04l Carmody
modv m04l have had the coal situation under underconsidertiom
considertiom e cesatderatlanf sideratlons for four to four r creeks weeks eek8 jwith Iih ref reference re reF reFerence ¬
erence Co o jUt an an alleged dlscrfratnatioa dl rfatfaU n in inprice Inprice inprice I
price here as against Baltimore They Theyhave Theyhave Theyhave
have ascertained 3soertalu that there is ao ground groundfor grou groundfor I Itor
for the charge but have learned other otherfacts oLherfacts otherfacts
facts which will be > e considered further furtherRelief furtherReJief
Relief for Traction Men MenMany Menlany
Many of the local corporations and andother aDdotller
other large employers of men have havefound havetooDl
found it necessfary tojnterest themselves themselvesin
in I tho relief of their employee for whom whomthey whomthey whomthey
they are endeavorlnir to secure fuel fuelThe ruolThe
The initiative in this matter J 8lter was taken takenby takpftby
by Gen George H Harris of the Wash Washington WashfRgton Washlagtea ¬
ington Railway RallYa and Bleetric Company Companywhoso CoIDYhose Companyi
whoso i hose lBf employes have already suffered suf suffered suCtered ¬
fered from thesearelty the seafl scarcity lty of fuel fuelThe tHaJThe fuelThe
The company co pclay has succeeded in scene soeurinc 1IeCUtlac
inc coal e al enough for Its own use and has hasjust Ita Itajut hasJust
just contracted for enough ono gk anthracite to tosupply toHpply tosupply
supply the needs Beed of its employes elo for forthe rortllft forthe
the winter This ceal will be seW to toemployes toelBpleres toempleyes
employes at t the tlto pr lees < eos that tka prevailed prevailedlast preYaliedJut
last year and in ease of a difference in inprice ieprice
price the company will Ill make up the dea deficiency deAeleney ¬
ciency
HAYES DOWNS BEALE BEALEBernhard BEALEBernhard
Bernhard Hayes proved the better betterman ltett betterman r ran
man an last night in his bout with Warren WarrenBeale WaITeRBeale WarrenBeale
Beale in the Emolro Theater winning winningtwo wiBnlDgho winningtwo
two out of three catehascatchcanBoth catehaseatchcan catehaseatchcanBoth I
Both men are wellknown local wrest wrestlers wreetlen wrestlets ¬
len and the match attracted a large largeaudience Iar8eaudltlue largeaudience
audience Hayes Uae put Scales shoulders shouldersto fteuklersto
to the mat In the nrst bout in fortyone fortyoneseconds fortyelHtoconds
seconds The second was w as a draw dr The Thothird T Tthird
third was won by Beale on a halfNelsos halfNel halfNelson aJCNolSOR ¬
son in 3 134 minutes and Hayes won out cwt 8tlf1ft
In a the th fourth in three minutes with a
fullNelson Terry McGovern was ref referee refre referee ¬
eree re < > He was given a warm reception
j
CUBAN OBAN1D 14D AU DECLINES DECLINESTO DECliNESTO DEGLIMESTO
TO SALUTE OLD GLORYTalkof GLORYTalk GLORY GLORYTalk
Talk Talkof of His HisCountrys Countrys sWrongsMakes Wrongs WrongsMakes Wrongslvakes
Makes Boy Indignant IndignantNKW Indlgn nt ntNS
NKW NS YORK Nov No SP tA1Mriea = Awerfes m mso II IIH Midag
so many bed things tIl thitt to Cuba CubaI I will nov novor acwer
er salwt aalate the Hag g Never X Yr Novor Awl AwleifhtyoaroM AJIt18ktyearohI AndIsthtyearold
eifhtyoaroM Towns T Assents A with 1t1t M Mbteek Ala IttabIReIt Alableak
bleak eyes eyes burning rg and a his dark blood bloodmantling lileetlUln
mantling Uln < < his 16 brown cheeks heM Ms tis lit little little littic ¬
tle arms ar stiffly at his sides we and glared at atbis athis athis
his teacher teacherTonaas t8e er erAa
Tenses Assanla Aa is the son lOR of a a Cuban Cubaneigarmaker c celgaMRaker Cwbeaetgarmaker
eigarmaker and was born in t the ialeset ialesetthe sleef sleefthe alperthe
the Ion loRe star He came into the tk thlt J w work workia W4rNIn dr18 dr18in
In tIM midst of c the t struggle niggle of C CuW CuWfor CiH CiHfor Cghafor
for freedom and his early years ear wawa wore worepassed wereJJUMCI
passed In exciting scenes JJeea He has 1lVedla HVed HVedin 1 1I
in I New leW York Yerke since the close eIe e of the theSpanish tkeSpaaek theSpanish
Spanish war warhis Mit tt plDe phase for Ute land Iadia of ofhis
his ia birth He is a pu pull > il 1 ia the eighth eighthgrade eighthgrade
grade grad of the public school > > for boys atleth at atIWth at1ttth
IWth Street near Amsterdam Avenue AvenueHe Aveauelie AvenueHe
He boars his parents reat talk about Cubes Cubesreciprocity Cuba Cubareciprocity CttMitreelpreeU7
reciprocity and sad what America ahewiddo sfeeuM sfeeuMdo ltN
do for Cuba and does not do doAt eoAt deAt
At this 0 school It is the ctutom CUiltoM for the theboys the theDoys theboys
boys every morning aaora to salute Jute tits hag MagThe lag lagThe hagThe
The classes cia s gather in the anSOntMfr anSOntMfrroom sSMb4jcans t tI
room 180 and after fr the other exercises exercisesthere es eserekee eserekeethere re refa
there is a little band parading radlg flown the theaisle thealale theable
I aisle and tIN A Aahead American Sag Ia carried carriedahead earrietlabe4
ahead by two very proud boys The T boy boymarch boysmarch E EI I
march out outfoc form In i line and H as ilk thrflag tJwJa ilkling
I
flag Ja passes every eyer one must till uet salute htte it itwith itwltk iiwith
with military precision the hand ha raised raisedto ra rat8 raisedto
to the rim of c the cap capThe eellThe capThe
The teacher of Thomas Th DIM Assanias s else elsenoticed e eRotieecl erase erasesoticed
noticed that too sturdy BWrlt little Other Otherstood CIIrteed Cubersteed
stood teed like a poet without aaIetcg saKttMand saKttMand4No htUgo aad aadht and andshR
z shR ht tfJttM him a tie kand It a tlsa thal i
do t y or orNe and andNe
4No Ne I shall haJl not JI t said the Ie IeulMtt bey beyBut bofT bofTBut
ulMtt But It is the t e rate IM The Keg pretest proteeteyou JlrMedIy pretestyen
you y an a and l affords ao you 911 a peacefM el4ll el4llYOM boats boatsYea boss bossYou
You shouMoo 1tItetIW tie M Van are the l1e o owho sate b Nt Ntwho l lwho
who sees case net do it itI iL itI
I stmti never do ttl at perstoted flit flithas h hb
b has y
Dtt nut nutAmrrtets wyye > Itt IttAIBr
Amrrtets AIBr IHtf ee II BAav 1t bed tl things tl1hSSCthQ fit fitntta
CthQ Se BM lBfUt aay y bait tta things hulg I wilt 111 not nott ReIo eario
io o II AM ItE 1trattt braced Itts II little Je legs far fatra faratHI
ra art t and looked leek denanc The prints printsshe J riDOl riDOlfeek = I Ioek
a 1t teak she fee e be bey on Me knee and till k ke I Ihe
r 4Ae he e 0ory of Cuba and ancL = jtawwe jtawweFtartt i lew eve we W WFJw6 I Ik
FJw6 k and gave ga Ne k kits its ow OIB event gever generaaltlw j jJZOYAL 1m
altlw m but still the MY wesa WBfIIl1JWtita bbduraib
lHl Ite we tune seat lfaek ie Id his da daROYAL chaos
ROYAL SOCIETY MEMBERS MEMBERSLONDON MEMBERSLONDON
LONDON NOT e1l it 21The tT Tie e Royal Society Societyfeaa Sedetyel9CM
feaa elected Prof Pro Albert Mteneisen IeJtelson ot otf ortea ofentlrsge
entlrsge f tea teaRo awl George Williams of waSh WaahJBKIOB waShlBtteB Waehlagton
JBKIOB corresponding members membersIncurable membersIncurable
I Irlncurable
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Incurable IncurableConsumption Consumption ConsumptionPtlRFnV
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w uUnCui CURED PtlRFnV CUflEVt t 1
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I know I hal an incurable disease in iny Inmy inmy
my y lungs Pbyshians and medicine failed failedto failedto
to relieve my t tough I realized that all allof allof i
of my symptoms J pointed toward con consumption consumption ¬ J
sumption sumptionvery sum sumptionAs UOD i
As u 1 was 10 losing IDg weight and strength strengthvery i
very ver fast I decided to go te the Koch Kee
Lung Cure Doctors at 736 Eleventh
Street northwest Washington lneleR who whomake whomake 11 11Blake
make a specialty of e consumption eoeevra tlou aad aadasthma aadaathma sadasthma
asthma I was tired of o taking medicine medicineInto medicinelate i
late my stomach for it did m JIM no Reg9Od Reg9Odla good goodto goodIn
la 1a r t1 never Improved until jl F < began beganto 1
to breathe the healing nettnos oily iaser iaserthe vaper4 of oflira
the Koch i odt Lung Cure ew directly into Bty y f
lU9 lungs luBfsAfler lungsAfter S SAfter
After starting this ta t treameat re meat all aUy my
bad symptoms slpto u disappeared I gained in inevery iRevery
every way until today IMa I am a the picture picturecf
cf health having been entirely cured MU f
by the Koch Lung LeI Cure at 7M le Eleventh EleventhStreet BeventhStreet t
Street Strl t northwest ItOrt wut Washington Ibl ton I have haveno ba bano haveno
no more sweats aweat and have not spit up upny uplay
lay ny 1 Mood load since I have Ita been bH < a cured curedI
I iVe nve Ye at it Brentwood wtth my y people peoplewhere peoplewhere f
where wher I can a be ssea a every night after I Iant 1aat Ias
ant t thrcugk breach work In order to see rite ritecake Me Metake I
take tak a RiverdaJe ear t tb > henry lIeDr Surest SurestMy S Sredtply re i
My M mother metl er also will verify ity the trutV trttt t etthis ol olthis ofthis
this statement statementHundreds IttelllefttUalHlreds rtatemenLHundreds
Hundreds of people knew k ew of ray 7 at afand atfiletiOD atfiction
fiction and will tell any other xuffwer PttAWMwhat awgererwhat
what the Koch Lung Ltj g Cure did for me meANNA 1MA1IA meANNA
ANNA MILLERBrentw MILLER MILLERBrentwaod i
Brentwaod Brentw aod Washington D C CUNDERTAKERS CUNDERTAKERS i iUNDERTAKERS
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UNDERTAKERS UNDERTAKERSJ I IJ
J WILLIAM LEE LEEUNDERTAKER LEECNDEXTAliEK i iLDEKTAJiER
UNDERTAKER AND D LIVERY J
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iPf A7 Let 1 I1J I1JJtItic et Me M e Help H elp Him HimJMni H ofm
Just write a postal card eerie cardeasy only 1F the coot toot of oCa a noneqr > > MIQ All ARI I aek is isname lath Istbq
th tbq name ef a friend who seeds help bel T TU ll Me the he book te wS9H wS9HThen send sendThen son sonThen
Then I will d6 d this thisI I will mail the sickoj3ean sickoj3eanqrdergood sick sick ll a an an9rcl anordcrgood
9rcl qrdergood r good at any dru drug storeJor store ibr six bottles Dr DrShjcJops DrS r rS
ShjcJops S QPs 1 < ps Restorative Hem He may ma take it a mojitJftat mojitJftatm m mol Jili tjjnat tjjnatmy t I Imyri
my m myri I risk k If it It succeed the cost is IS 550 3 30 Iffc Ifitfails If it feiJs feiJswill
1 will wil pily pay the druggist myself And the th sick siekones sickonets si sione 0
ones onets one mere word shall decide it itDoa itDeat
Dont Doa think ShtBktltat that too fair t tI 18 1 ho e pnsiNe 1w I de jts t a av I set setI 1 1I
I oo It to ooavtoM those who cleat h knew o > w mo mowho acrid so that every one oneDont ODewbo onew1o
who need aaede help will wU accept It ttI ItI itI
I have 8 learned that the cured c nd COOK ark ar lair I ba Jl base we weay e fMcalshed feralshednay fMcalsheday
ay ay ntecative l ltyalecattve i iteCek tte to e Immirsos r of thoasanar t oa jtfst those e tORM and and3tOVt a amtoJGeeach I
3tOVt oJGeeach teCek of aeh 44 have paM ala gladly boca becaae e they were eereI eared er ibl I have havewlHanely ire irewtlfygly e ewlH
wlHanely wlH ly paM for th the rose rosejVo ra t s si
t j jVo i n Ispeat I spent P8Rt a lifetime in perfocUnj JI perfecting the remedy kofarOj Ht before < < I Iape Ji I w seer seerefhi erer ererofred u er er4J
ofred 4J efhi M l if t to e any ee e At A t thsifcsnds of loasMtg ia besittaWaad besittaWaadhoraea b88tlltakaad b88tlltakaadOIIItIiiI hospitals and andhomes
homes OIIItIiiI Iha1e I have watihN wat wa M It ewe Me the meet tSos tIIRI IIk K cases that pbyoi pbyoiefaDf p pda phyn1aa
da efaDf 1aa ever meet I teara 1e learned nt < jd that It doe does flat Ml save where w r some someeatis 8 8e
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JteMoradve Jtt raUV8 things back that nerve power JKoW which w1lle atone operates opsratesovcry operatesvery
ovcry very vital organ of the body 1t Cosmos troatatoasn trea nioroiy ely doctor doctorte 4 dticert4a < er ererpM
te t4a cgane and the roavHs ree lts at beet 11 are are but temporary te lHrary My 1 remedy resiodyrestores r remedyreeterea edy edythe
restores the nerve power that makes these t ese organs act No other otherSimply otherkN ethertreedseat
kN treedseat le t does ti B that and there Is positively Be ether war to make makereakwsiia ake akeeak
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SiPtingBarrie Kipling Barrie and a few of the very first rank Inhis In Inhis 2 2his
his A Daughter of the Snows London has reached reachOdthis reach d dthis S Sthis
this high level of distinction It is of fascinating fascinatinginterestFhiladelphia 1 1interest
interest interestFhiladelphia Philadelphia Telegraph TelegraphIllustrated TelegraphI1Jwtrated TelegraphIllustrated
Illustrated with drawings drawitt s in color by F C YOIiltBound YOHtf YOIUfBound 5 5Bound
Bound in crinuon cloth Decorated DecontcdLIPPINCOTT DecoratedPublishers1 2 2Publishers
Publishers Publishers1 J B LIPPINCOTT LIPPINCOTTt COMPANY COMPA2IYPbtjadel Phaadelphia 1 1We
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We sell Diamonds Watches and andJewelry andJewelryall t tJewelryall
Jewelry Jewelryall all over the country countryThere countryThereaxepeople There Thereare i iare
are axepeople people scattered from Maine to toCalifornia toCalifornia j
California who are shrewd enough to torecognize torecognize I Irecognize
recognize the important sayings saT 11gs they theyeffect theyeffect i ieffect
effect by b bu buying n of us usWe i iWe
We import Diamonds direct directwe we mamifac mamifacr mamfactul3a i T iT iF
r F tuije tul3a t11 a great deal d6 < tl of jewelry jewelryWe I IWe 0 0We
We buy watches in quantities few other otherhouses others othershouses th r f fhouses =
houses coi could < ld think of handling All this this affects affectsprice affectspriceaffects i ipriceaffects
price priceaffects affects it so much that we can claim to toundersell toundersell
undersell any jeweler we come in competition competitionwith i iwith jwith
with by at least 25 per centWe cent centWe i iWe
We complete this offer by saying sayingopen open a acharge i icharge
charge acs ac ant if you wish wishCastelbergis i
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Castelbergis CastelbergisWashingtons Castel berg s 9 9Washingtons I IWashingtonts
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< h the best families for over 20 years yea and have never neen anything to equai it it 400 t to7 < J JSouth
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