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Rain ain or snow O tonight to tom ightand ht and andFriday f A COMPLETE COMPlETE AI AND ID ACCURATE ACCURATERECORD ACCtJ ATE ATETHE 1
northeast Friday fresh winds windsNUMBER wmd north to tonortheast ur b e b t ngt I J on Q t t I RECORD REC p Of THEtNeW5 THEtNeW5AT THE f E 7S t
I I AT A L LNUMBER T1iOME HO HOME tE AM ABROAD ABROADPRICE AB aAD aADNUMBER
NUMBER 3097 WASHINGTON v r 1SIIh SmNGTON GTUIV THURSDAY TIIUIiSD rnURSDt Y Dl DECEMBER CEMBER i r 4 I 1902 PRICE ONE CENT
I FOURTEEN FOURTE N VICTIMS OF OFFIRE OFF OFFIRE
FIRE F RE IN CHICAGO HOTEL
Ten of the Dead Identified IdentifiedWere Identifi IdentifiVere d dWere
Were Strangers Stra rs In City Cityon
on Visit to Live Stock StockShow SlockShov
Show ShowMother ShovMother Showlother
Mother 1 lo t herWith With Child Jumps JumpsFrom JumpsFrom
tFrom
From Window lndov to o Adjoin Adjoining Adjoining ¬
ing RoofTen Roof1 Roof = Ten Injured InjuredNone InjuredNone InjuredNone
None Seriously SeriouslyFlames SeriouslyFlames SeriouslyFlames
Flames Did Not Reach the theRooms theRooms theRooms
Rooms of f Dead DeadSuffocat DeadSuffocated Suffocat Suffocated ¬
ed Without Awakening A to toConsciousness toConsciousness toConsciousness
Consciousness ConsciousnessIllCAOO ConsciousnesstHICAGO
IllCAOO Dee 4 IIewteea Foerteea bodes bod of ofpersons orwr80ns ofyr
yr persons wr80ns raons who were suffocated UMt ta a Are at at5j atab
55 oclock tads moratag aorta at t the 11 11Hotella Lineem LineemHotel UttoehtHotel
Hotel Hotella la Madleott adteoD Street await walt MeatMea MeatMeai IdeattAealion ldettiSeatton
i lion ion at the morgue sad aadertaklaa aadertaklaalabllabBients 1UMIertakI 1UMIertakIlablls1ulleats es esablthwents
labllabBients Nearly MII aU of r them t are arebelieved arelined arebelieved
believed lined to be penmen pe that were here hereKI hireto
KI 1 attend the lire stock stockTCft afaow afaowTon abowTon
Ton Injured guest ef f the t hotel 1 andilT am ami
ii ilT i the hoar bosrilalB H l suffering from rr rrteelved barf barfreteived harts
received by jumping from wiaeewa wiaeewathe wla Ws Jl ffthe Jlthe
the burning burniD building lathe ie the roofs reef of aJ aJJolntng 1 1JOIDIOC
Jolntng siructujes siructujesList liT struettt rUttUJ rUttUJList es esList
List ef lajurai lajuraiThe InjuIIILThe IajursdThe
The Injured areR are areR areR
R C Hamilton a stock ete miner frost frostLebnos fro froLebanon froeLtbaaoa
Lebanon Ind IndW ladW Indtv
W J Thomas Thomas a mail U clerk eIe eIeuD a rb tmnlayee apkyedon
00 the Chicago Milwaukee XII and St Peal PealRailway Pa1llRallwa PaulRailway
Railway RailwayA Rallwa RallwaA
A S Haines Falnaopnt JlaILIDtJ lad ladJ
J U Mayer Burlington Iowa IowaMrs IowaMr8 IowaSirs
Mrs J Sheppard sad her Beyer BeyerJ aeveayearold aeveayear aeveayearold
old J 1 < 1 son Fred FredWilliam FredWilliam red redWilliam
William Hargravea Davearor DaveDf r Iowa IowaKdward I Iward IowaEdward
Edward ward Weber clerk of the betel who whowas wIiIoas
was as on duty at the time t the flre started startednd startednod aartedHnd
nod nd la being lItia detained hy the police Iee need peadtug needing pee4I ¬
tug I ng an Investigation lnveetigattoDNone InvestigationNone InV > IItiption IItiptionSOH
None of o the persons inj injured la I IpU81 cccloualy seri serinusly
pU81 nusly hurt
Jumped From Window WindowMrs WindewIn WindowHrs
Mrs In Sheppard jumped from the tLlrd tLlrdsiory nmo lLIrdcry
siory o cry or the > hotel to the root of a restaurant rea reaurant
taurant 1 urant in I n an adjotalng < < bulldlag bul with withti withhr withhrr
ti hr r child Fred Fr in her arma She 8Iaeha may mayhave mayhave
have ha sustained internal injuries injuriesAll IDjU IDjUII InjuriesAft
All II those th05 who met death were wereiocatoeV w wioeaW eft eftocMed °
iocatoeV The stemee er W vet ilSliif ilSliifheir
1 heir rooms but clone e elosdo of smokw lIDO poured pouredinto IHNhdinto pouredinto
into the sleeping apartments and aDd1oithln those theaew thosewithin
w within ithin them either died without awaken awakening awakening W Wmg ¬
ing or were afterward auffocated before beforei beforerhrT beforethey
i they could escape Mo Most of the tMre bodies bodieswere bodl on onre
were re found in bad b < d Indicating that eoa eoaciou oerciousncsa
> ciou dOUSlMS8 aeHs of the appalling aitvatiee aitvatieenever eltuatloanCvcr dtwtlosnever
never reacbfd acheI them themWhea them themWhet
Whet Wbe the > bodies bodl were w removed tot to the thesidewalk t ttsldewalk 6e i ialdewalk
sidewalk by b flremen cod policemen they theywere th y ywere
were tre examined for norpoees of ideatM ideatMat IcleaUIIatlon ideatidiration
ration at ion The Tb victims were HI atratgers atratgershowever ura uraho ranger rangerhowever
however ho < Vpr and the hotel clerks could not notrecognise notrecogntae
recognise themThe them themThe
The are originated orlglDat between bet w n the ace aecrnd acer
r rnd Del and third Boor floors from an unknown uakaowacause unknowncause uk ukau
cause au The building was as heated heathsteam hy hysteam
steam 1St tam and stove Electricity Blectriclt and gaa gaav ga a awere
v were > orc used d for illumination It i Is supposed sup snpthc ap
posed a guest left I t a 0w jet open a asd asdthe
the eacapiug gas Ignited IgnitedPatronized IgattedPatronized
Patronized by FarmersThe Farmers FarmersThe FarmerTbe
The hotel was patreelxed by farmer tarmerDnd farmerltd t tand amen amenlief
and < ltd vlaitora from the country countrybight court Laat Laatnight LIuIttlijibt
night 1n 12 guevts fuet were registered The Thelooms T1Ie1110mB Thetioms
looms w were > < re filled sad cots were placed placedin
in rxtra rooms and hallways to furnish furnishhlceplng tura turaIpl furais furaishieepiug h
hlceplng Ipl arrommodatloan The hotel bote ocupiec oc ecupies ocuplf
upies uplf the H second Mond < third tltl sad fourth t urtk urtkabove rUt loon ttoorabove loonaboH
above Joseph Brown A Cea c CstJnro CstJnrotore te relry relrytore rellTtore
tore toreWhen toreWbe toreWker
When Wbe the gu gllU guests tii l wore w arouaed by cries eiieat criesff
ff > t fire Uwy IMrr ataa stampeded pad a into 1Ita the u tit narrow narrewUallwaya narrowltataways arrow arrowIUlllwap
Uallwaya that aHoreed the only I Iof means meaaeor meansof s
of exit xit to the street The PI PIWEATHER proceaatoa waa waaWEATHER w wWEATHER u
WEATHER CONDITIONS CONDITIONSTbe
The Tb starm of Tuesday T May and Wednesday Wednesdayl Wedft WedfthaM Wednoeda Wednoedahas y
l haM > a passed pastedetstwltrd sastward twuf beyond the Acidobseralion Held of ofobservation atb f
observation b erTUon but l it ha has been succeeded succeededby tuec tuecby ucc ucclJy elQN
by two wo other of marked characteri character one oneGulf ODei
i Gulf nf Mexico f xlo Atom centralu central over oversouthe oyeroulb o
southe u oulb utheaatern l lfrD rn MlBMlppt an and < 1 the theuser > other otherT otkr
user < > < T r the Canadian Northwest Bet Betbe Between Betweenhe t tI weer
> he two I WO there I Is I a ridge of high pressure pressureicompsnled P Pompenlfd presgreri
ri icompsnled by a cold wave ve with snow snowa 880Wh ss ssa ° tv
a a h < far south aa a central Texas TexasHutu TlltaAHilla TexasRain tvd
Rain IK It < again pln falng ral nK In the South 5D4 5D4II e enow nd ndnow d
now II or rain in the northern district districtfhi c1lstrletehl districtssett ls
sett fhi hl of the Rocky Rock Mountains Tferre Tferrer Th Thft Thr re
r ft alF a light snows Wednesday In the tbeHMouri tlMKouri thet
t HMouri and upper HlxKinnlpI Vallethe Valley Valleythe Valle Vallefhe
the middle Slope and snow Il4 and andt a aw
t mi 1 from the he lake region eaatwardThere rantwanl rantwanlThere eatardTher
There Ther will 111 be tlf snow or rain mostly mostlyMIIOW blOIIU most mostsuuw f
MIIOW 110 tonight and nd Friday from the Ohio Ohiond Olti Oltialle Obittiley
tiley alle and lower lake re region < < lon eeatward eeatwardand tw twlnd
and nd rain tonight in the Southern South States Staieafollowed 8tu 8tufollowed Statestollowed
followed by generally fair weather Frt FrtOn FrtII Friuw
II uw < >
On t the th middle mltfdl AUaaUc roast oallt the wind windtt wi wfsill
sill tt ill be > Irish fr h possibly bly brink from tNtrtheaer tht thtXnrtheaft t trl 4
Xnrtheaft rl b a on the South Atlantic Atlanticfreaj cosset coaatfrenj OMJ OMJrr
frenj rr to brink easterly ftaterl becoming wetter westerFrliay w wetters ter terJr
Jr s > Fray Jor iy over the tb soath southern b rn portion portionthe ou outhe OhThf n
the east t Oulf coast brisk to high north northwesterly northwesterly
westerly and on the tower lakes lak fresh fresho fretbrisk fret fretU F
o brisk northerlyteanwrc northerly northerlyi nortberlytealfttrt
i ieanvrs departing parU inlay mdy for Kuro EurlJiIOU Kuroi ifuroan
iIOU i an u port ports I will have hay rre mh h wf west t to north northin DorthInl port porttnfa b
in Inl tnfa and generally eDerall fair weather fv o the theUrai tbeIfraJd th thlraid e
Urai IfraJd 4 Dankft
THE SUN SUNun SUI SUIlla SUNSic
Sic un sell today lod p pub a at atuu III IIIUb
Ub rises rts ri tomorrowTaI tomorrow TomorrowTIDE 741 a m atTiD mTIDE
TIDE TiD TABLE TABLEow TABLEow
ow lid > today 5OS 5 p mIlgh m m11gh
11gh 11 h tidy tW today Intia luS8 tu 511 p m mo mLuy mLax
Lax o tmV I tomorrow t 532 63 a m migh IIIHIJb mIL5L
HIJb igh tl th < touiur 112 11 o tt m
blocked by b struggling men who foughtach fought foughteach foupteII
each e ach eII other with desperation deeperaUonNo
No headway wa was w made by Ute UteOle flames Samossad
end Ole paalcstrickea psk strlckea crowd quieted Nttletedown quietedovwa
ovwa d own leaving the building 11 t la I Iaut scanty scantyattire scantytire
attire aut at tire Barefooted and half clad guests gaemsof guestset t
of Ute th hotel were cared for at resUH rataat resUHraate rw ul ulto
raate t w and stores storesrnal to aUl 1 sumcieat cletUIng eletimingold cletUIngcoeM eleUtln eleUtlneoGld
old e be obtained obtainedAttendance MtaiDedAttellllaDee obtainedAltetdance
Attendance at the u Jh live stock wet show OW ia ialarger aIarpr sirtrSei
larger this till year ear than u ever before belo and andaccommodation andceolltUOD stdactrolnaodatlons
accommodation at the hotels totel patron patronised patrollI patronced ¬
ised I by b stock raisers hat ha nan bees taxed to totbejjjalt o otM1J18It othejjstit
tbejjjalt in IIIU all other email 11 kotefe down downtown do dotowa downtown
town and in the stock yards 7 G district districtvisitor dltrletTlattoa districtvWtors
visitor are re forced to crowd into roomsand rooms roomsaad IOCI8ad
ad aleep ie p ea outs tn toalle toalleCoreaer ballec imdleCeettsr
Coreaer c TnMiger baa ordered an la laveatiaatloa 1 1Yfttlpu c cnestigaaen
veatiaatloa Yfttlpu to loan if the building bulldl taw taware IaWleeatplW laware
are compiled with by the owner ofthese of ofUtese orUMee
these place
FORMER SPEAKER REED REEDis REEDIN
i
is IN CRITICAL CONDITION CONDITIONS GoNDIION GoNDIIONSlllploms
fiir i iSymptoms
Symptoms S ionl of Brigits Disease Appear in Todays Diag Diagnosis DiagJIOS1S ¬
nosis of Case of Distinguished Statesman
The condition of exSpeaker Thomaa ThomaaB
B Reed who wa w was taken III Tuesday 1 1regarded I Irepr4Ie segarded
regarded r by Ma III physicians aa very eIT crtti crttieal crtUall
all owing te the cesaplleatlee of 0 all allOMeta
OMeta m eets 18 free m which he te aasTering a83 Jt Jtta l lfa tM
ta atodorateed that lat for or frost tltge U Mr DKrReed MrBead Xr11M
Bead k Iris e been aiMeted wok heights Brichtsdisease heightsdMease t tIt
disease diseaseHie
Hie It doctors today t shitted adtaiti ed that tutU a atreeele atrorWe
treeele U h m We kMeeya he lea Maalteeted Maalteetedlt rrritestedItett IRed IRedIt8eU
It8eU lt U that threaten t to he more ere e trouble troubleaeate tnubletJtaa troubleacme
acme thou the appeadtcitia at IIcIUa bra Kra1ter Reed Reedand Reedtad
and her daughter are sow w at the Arling Arlington ArUIafItoa ¬
ton where w Mr Reed ha bas anerUneetB rbDetttl la laeeeataet IaeeutaIet faettwtsttt
eeeataet attendance Un aaee nnoa apot tiW htaa JII The pee peestMllty PHattdItt potalbNity
stMllty attdItt of aa operatloa openU ha has aot been beenbroached beenIwoMIMd beenb
broached b osebed to the patient Mea because the ph phatctaaa pItJIope pbtldts
atctaaa hope It any not be reoeatt7lit necessary necessaryI JMeft8aI7Dt
I Dt lit T L I MacDeaaM consulting ltIq ltIqID aw awgeoa limeS00
5 geoa S00 in the case c said Id after vtsltta fisltiat Mr 31cReed MrReed Y1ReM
Reed thl this morning morningMr moraiD moraiDMr morningMr
Mr Reeds Condition is I critical erldcaJtltat erldcaJtltatAPPREHENSION criticalthatAPPllEll81 that thattion
APPREHENSION OVER OVERVENfZUELAN ER ERYLLEf1TUATION
VENfZUELAN YLLEf1TUATION YLLEf1TUATIONition SITUATION SITUATIONraMe9
ition raMe9 t ttion
tion tf Monroe Doctrine DoctrineGERMANY DoctrineG DoctrineGERMANY
GERMANY G RMANY NONCOMMITTAL NONCOMMITTALWill NOHCOMMITTALWilt L Lof
Will Net Gveraatfts That THtSekMe SafcMtte ef efSeitCh fIISCk
South Awedeaa Am rkaa Teottery T W WM WMNet WIllNK H HNt
Net CeBtiatie IadrltelyThat Ia4eiaUeV Ia4eiaUeVThat lR lalt iy iyThat >
That both Oenaaay ou sad tk the lUte De Departowat Depart1Mltt Departrtettt
partowat are perturbed pert by b the thepreachhg ap approachiag apelal
proachiag elal atteeUee eat la I Veaeeeela v vnpeat despite uiienltorepeated
repeated npeat aaanraeee that Ulat4entaa4lq a atrderatastNag Uanrengh Uanrenghonderstaadtag
onderstaadtag exist 18 between w the t tw twnations twa twautlou
nations rtlpNleg regarolag the extevt ef Oer Gtrmaaya Oerrnaay Gercoerelo
rnaay maaya ceercloa la I effort art to collect collectdebt her herdebt er erIf
debt la manifested If by the t daily 17 call callof ea eaHerr cal calK ls
of Herr von HolWbea UoIhIteatlte n apes apesBey oa Secretary
Hay i iaod the losgth at ataM their theirtad eortaerc
tad eeeaeJteUoav with wltIIue Senator r aoa aoate p D
te eesae subject sahjectEver IUbJectIher subjectliver
Ever since aiDe the appearance p ta tide thlacity tld tldeil ls
city eil of O Isaac N Sellswaa Bel 85gm of New York Yorkcoincident Yorkfohlctcleat Yorkcoincident k
coincident with It the ant actual aetulmade actualTuttle nwve nwvemade
made by Oermaay Genu llerssrj and Great Britain Britaintoward Brltalatowrd Tlrl fah
toward sending eeDdID < < ae armed force forceVenezuelan to toVenezuelan toVeDduelaa
Venezuelan waters atere thea tIteR tIteRdIlICloD gataerfaga ptllrlsp and anddiscussions s sdiscussions rd
discussions have been frequent froawaotOermaay ftoe4tGen frequentOrmany
Gen Oermaay aAY NonCommittal NeaCesmittalAlthough N sCeBimittal sCeBimittalAllhoqh
Although the State Depvrtameot ha in inrortned hiolnaecI Mformed
formed Germany Genua and d Great Britain Nt tai aiu that thata thatdlllpla the
a display of force or the selsore selsureYennnehr re of ofVennuelan
Vennuelan Ve ftZuel custom customs houses would aol aotbe JIOtbf aolbe
be considered conlcIer here as even a cos eoostmc eoostmctive true truetine
tin violation of the Moaroe Doctrine Doctrinestill DoetrIaeeUIl
still this Government is I seeking eking Id aa ex exact exact ¬
act definition of o the extent to which lela th thJoint tlM tlMolnt t
Joint olnt action may ma proceed sad a guar guarantee 1ta 1taaDt ¬
aster aDt that possession of Yen tieevaselae eae soelaa soil soilwill soUwill so a
will not continue onUa beyond a stated period periodAmbassador periodAmbalfor
Ambassador von Holleeeu Hollel r ta t s not y yin yet yetin et
in a position te give these t assurance assurancenor awranenor e eDor
nor if I it at all eertala that kSmept his hi govern government ¬
meat will cotteant to be so chews circumscribed u uerthed ¬
scribed since knewtoda k knowledge ef their exist existence exlsteRC ¬
eRC ence would aeceeaarlly 1 operate agaleat agaleatcolletioH Spivcollection It Itolltloa t
collection from Castro It to likely likelyhowever IIkel IIkelhowenr ttkelyhowever
however that before bides the joist joisttakes feet feettakes lefttakes
takes any an radical etsvs tepa some under naderstandlng 1Ider 1IderIItndinc
standing will be reached IMC satisfactory satisfactorythe tetOl to tothe totbe °
the United State StateCASTROS Stat StatClCASTROS Stateb StatebCASTROSSWILLLID
CASTROS CASTROSSWILLLID SWELLED HEAD IT1iADDui HEADBTOC UJADDIJE
Dui TO CLEVELANDIJNDON CLEVELAND CLEVELANDLNDON CLEVELANDUsnos
LNDON Doe 4 4The Th TIte Oleee 0 ta an aneditorial a a aMlllorl1
editorial today expresses expr the t belief beJleILllat beJleILllatPrClldflt tra that thatPresident t
President Castro Ca tro of tit VeaexMete V 111 > jll net nethold DOthold
hold out long lonl against taat the damaerti ef efKiiRland OfFukland I
England and Germany GenDaD The paper says aaysUU says1r
UU 111 > > swelled swcll head I b dee te Cleve Cleveland menInel Clevelead ¬
land aad Olney Ol who foolishly foolll eneoar eneoaraged eoar eoarKed I
aged Ked him during durincfa hi previous dispute disputewith dtepu dtepuwllb i
with Bngland Rooaetrelta RooM lt Interprets htterpretailon IItt IItttlou InterpretsLion
Lion of the Monroe > Doctrine Doctrl gives II IIIMoIhla hhn hhnMMblng hnothing
nothing IMoIhla to expect expectPiaehurst ueetPIBehur expectPtaehuratSeat
Piaehurst PIBehur PtaehuratSeat t5M1t Senthern em e rn Pines via Sea SeaBeard Se SeBearll SeaBeard
Beard Air Airtinc AirtincT1tP lisa lisaThe
The Mm winter lnur rnort Fine Fit Fitn hetely bat k gill hubs l
lmitbur and n < 1 all 11 uutdnnr mt loor span tgisrta limagh limaghefjm l I
drpn1 efjm on t 7 p 1 m train TiH T Trty > 4sy Tawasay Tkwrlqani Tawasayn f
ani n l Saturla iinnHnciic4 frnnwn < l INwulnr r i7lMr r ii fVnd fn fnIM nd ndnur a
for our ttnrila llnri 001 la WH rt I 4i k T4 N k I < Mr ab 1 lt 1411 1411lenmliiu UlIInll I IInneyhyuw
Inneyhyuw lenmliiu Inll > ir AV Arenia HIH 1ty j tiington lrin tun D t lAdv Adv
The name aa Samos were eeneaed eo to the sec second aeeOM seeoad ¬
ond and third floors and nd the lees old oldnot tlt4n didnot
not n t exceed 4eM 4000At 4eMAt 4 4Al
At 1 u ovtock l 1eck lids afteraeea aft the fit fellewiBg fl19wht fitlowing
lowing 19wht dead hav have hem Meatffted MeatfftedDaniel hleutiSedDaniel WIeC WIeCIaalel
Daniel Yoeom Yoeu Davenport lows JowaI 1 1I
I C Yocwm l 0C1IIR Ma MaW IdeWlfIeet m mv
W WlfIeet WlfIeetJf v FleetF Fleet FleetF
F Jf U 1 L Bn BnW Itwtas Itwtasw Kwia Kwiaw
w s So MeHerr II IIT BetlpryT r rT
T V Stoceeii SIenIiLII Stocee StecuslII
ii K Wood Lieaew L tiiIt is isR 11II 11IIIl
R J SulHvaa SulHvaaK
K Toner TonerGeorsje TODerGeor1Ie ToterGeorge
George Morrl MorriaW MorrlW XorrlaW
W M Pardy Janeaville iris WtoThto irisThis Is IsT
This T morninga 18 horror ta the Lteeola LteeolaHotel LIaeolaI10tel UteolHotel
Hotel building wa was aa aot the Ant ef II It Itkind Itkind itkind
kind Several year years ago while tle the > build bwildIng btdldI buildlug
lug I was being utilised a as a hotel Ire flredestroyed IretlHtroyed Oredestroyed
destroyed part of the two top floors floor and andresulted andresulted Dd Ddrwulted
resulted in the death of sores persons per
I N a change for the better or torworse tor 4e 4eworse ate ateorse
worse orse may occur at any aa time now The Theappendicitis TIleppeldtls Theappendicitis
appendicitis la abating but a 1tl4M 1tl4McoMPlAlat kkteey kkteeycomplaint y
complaint c has manifested Itself Tills Tillsto ftl ftlproabl7 fli t s
to I Ia s probably mere dangerous proue flaw the theappendiciUa tlteappeAdleltlL theppendicitis
appendiciUa a He paaaed a fairly falrl CHI ceaaftKtaMe CHItertaWe camtertaltie
ftKtaMe night sad ana to resting easyrrortdttg easy this thisworaing tIaIaMr
woraing woraingMr rrortdttgDir
Mr Reed does not realize reall the the serteae serteaeneea een eenIIH8 aerhaeees
neea s ees ef hi his coedition eoMittODto a and d to moor o4 o oeed
posed eed to reraalalng reeaat la labed bed bell behievI believing that thatbe daatM
be to I well able le to be r9 e and about aboutTlie aboutThe Mat MatTIM
TIM hotel to besieged wT wIa wl a aaxhMts vma ia iaaelrera 1 11ft1I IDtteltett
aelrera 1ft1I free various varto walks or of life ur eon eoncemtag eo eoce
cemtag ce c c the coadtttee 08411 of the thicket vtrlckenstateawaa ftrIekensta thicketstsi
stateawaa stateawaaThe sta stsi am amThe
staTIM
The following fllowI bulletin IMlnet wee weer issued laenadMr by
Mr r Reeds phyieiaaa plaple this t tMr ssorates ssoratesMr trorshtgMr
Mr Reeds temperature at 9 a am ala aa
m wa was let 1 pu pulse It 4 reaairaxloa r tIoaII tIoaIISyapt M MSymptom IllSymptoms
Symptom Syapt of appendicitis appeHleIUomelt1dae aeeHeg aeeHeg0ome
dome omelt1dae kidney complications tteeecea tteeeceaIBK tJtnaIaI
ins I J U L MacDONALD BL BLP I DF D DF
F A GARDNER M D DH DH Q QH
H K BISHOP M OM OMEjocutlve D DSENATE D8EATEMIJOII8
SENATE 8EATEMIJOII8 8EATEMIJOII8tllJflt ADJOURNS ADJOURNSUNTIL
UNTIL NOON tllJfltBPCutlve MONDAY I Irn
rn m
IXII4f cvl cvlBXecutive
Ejocutlve Session SessionMILITIA SessionMILITIA sion sionMILlTIAr
MILITIA MILlTIAr BILL REPORTED REPORTEDMr REPoRTEDbIr D
Mr BbvarSage BOirfa e PxeeeatK p + westtl Telegram TtllsgrastPrbart ef efPreUat 01Pr
PreUat Pr Affitaet A > lsfait tke tii M 0ni 0nibM OatIl1MI Omusbas
bM 1MI Statehee State BW BWAfter BftIAter BillAter
Ater a brief bIW assist la the course of ofwhich oCwidell o C Cwhich
which a larva aaaooat t et routine beai beaiidered bastsap 1 1idenId
sap wan eerittkred idered the Senate went wentlate wee weeinto t tu
late execwUve u maiaa at t 121 n oelocnodal oclock oclocktoday ocloct h
today t Dad at Its It end adjoaraed sat satMwdsy until untilMeaday UDmani il
Meaday next at seen seenOr no noOa
Oa 0 motion tetio of 0 Mr Stewart < Re Rep tier Neva Nnwas tiera l
a reaelaUea res iutisa we was adopted calling < for tee the thereaen tbeIQOft t ha
reaen ef the Lb agent t of the Uatted that thatla lislelu State StateId
Id the rues Paad ease reeeatly 1eNllt1 decided decidedat
at tit The Ha UaMr liaise ae aeMr
Mr Proctor B Rep Vt front rro the Com Committee ee eeDtlttee Cummittee ¬
mittee ea Military M ttaJy AJtalrs favorably re reported ftported ¬
ported the asUIMa utda Mil MilMr billMr
Mr BoyarMgo IBep had i > prevented preventeda preeeut ed edObtabsmt
a telegram tele from r osseers olieen n of the Oklahoma OklahomaNoa Ok OkNOIIPanIMa I
NOIIPanIMa Noa Partisan Statehood Correct Convention Conventiontransaaittbig CoaTeDUODtraU ba
traU transaaittbig resolutions urging urgt the t on onion D Dloa ¬
ion of Oklahoma awl Indian 1 Territory an aneae a aOM is isotw
eae State aad opposing q the omnibus omnibusStatehood O1DDlbWIState omnf omnfStatehood
State Statehood bin binMr binMr billIto
Mr Platt CI Rep N T favorably re reported IeP npertN ¬
ported P < < ted the Mergan reeolntioa atl providing providingfor proTIdl proTIdlprtaUD profidior
for f or printing prtaUD lvft I 109 copies of Attorney Gen General GeDXs ¬
rod Kaaxs Xs conpttetioa of trust debates debatesatoe deba debathe tes tesI
I the McCoaaa 1Icc reeotutkw providing for forprinting forprtntlq to r
printing 11 11000 9 cooie copies of pass aMapilatioa pilat lbias lbiaseefirbr of ofdevtoioa ofdeYIaIoM
devtoioa of Federal Courts in inother mans eueatJat mansuader
other the Shenaaa an antitrust ti trust tow lawresolutl W Beth Bethreselatleoa BetIaIU g
resolutl reselatleoa IU us were w wHOUSE adopted adoptedHOTJSB
HOUSE HOT 10 IN SESSION SESSIONaa SKSSIOMTIle SIiOKThe
TIle house was Dot iD session MaaI t taa teda tedaas y
aa adjoaraaaeat t having Tlq beD takes yea yeaterday y ytttrday tII tIItenia
terday tenia will tli Friday It to proposed ttake to totake t tt
take t e np tomorrow rew what t te known lnIowathe keo D Dthe aa aathe a
the Leadoa deck cIoe bill r from th tat III Commit Committee cUtM ¬
tee on Commerce eouaer The adjearaannit t ttlae waa waadae w wdime tie
dime to the abaeace from Washington Wuld TgshiagterReptMentatle r of ofReproeoatatlve ofbataU
Reproeoatatlve bataU Sherman IllenDaDr who Is I in incharge I Ieba ii t
charge eba ef the measure measureJ rt rtJ
J B HENDERSON HENDE ° SON JR JRr GIVEN GIVENJUDGMENTJN GIVENJUDGMENT GIVENJUDGMENT
JUDGMENTJN JUDGMENT IN MISSOURI MISSOURIKANSAS MISSOURIKANSAS MISSOU MISSOUKANSAS RI
KANSAS CITY Mo O Dec lc cJohn 4 John B BHenderson BoC
Henderson of Washington D C ha habeen h hbeeD
been given a new new judgment against St StClnir StClair Si
Clair county eoaat Mo in tbe United State Stateercuit Slatese Stateercnil
e ercuit reult court CCM t for StlOi3 The new newJudgment ae aeIlteluclee netJtrdgmeet w
Judgment include a renewal re of aa old oldone o oOR td
one 0 OR with accrued aee Interest lat added which whichwaa wDic wDicwas lalch lalchI b
was w for > tie j1q119 1 eM It wa > > given ea spiv spivti agalast agalasttbe aplsti et
ti Ute es county CMnt In 173 a i drew 1 10 1eteat per percent r rHtlt
cent Interact from that time U8I HieWaal up upuatil
uatil now and will continue to draw drawper dims 0
18 per cent Interest until paidjudgment paid TIle TbeJudgment TIleJatlflAeDt
Judgment unless uDI renewed would run rimsla out outIn outtea
In tea year sad so the MldpIt bolder of ofIt g gIt
It go 8 in court each seven years eII1 aod aodhave an anlitre aC aCha d
have ha the arigtaal Jadamont t renewed 1eIHr 1eIHrt1ae aad aadtbe
the Internet lat Madded > a aa to It ItThin ItMaIN ItThin
Thin aarUcamr 1ar Jadament t was w wIy origin Kam
ly in fiiTor of Oea Mm felt B ahut > L Ueadoraon S Sbut
hut ha iramtfarred H ta teJftnde hto app ieha br
Jftnde HeuJeraea jr 11
t
1IEA1I HEAD CLERK LEHK OF BANKING BANKINGCONCERN BWKINOEN
CONCERN A SUICIDE SUICIDEHoward SUICIOEHovard SUIIDHoward
Howard S Goodwin Found FoundDead FoundDead Foundtt
Dead tt j iruHis i His Office OfficeBULLET Officerim
rim r rBULLET
BULLET HOLE IN HIS HEADl HEAD HEADDtacovot
l 0 Apparent Ott t far DeedBody DeedBodyDscwvot
Dtacovot WI 5 Night Watch 111ratckman Watchman ¬
man llhTi till Morainesra Moraine MecairsPIULA
PIULA Dec 4Howard T TGoodwin
Goodwin yeanylfcalthy y sra Ithy and bead clerk clerkof clerkK
of the arm tlrti sfraajKUt at t ft C Co bookers baakwraand bookersand
and brokers wmTCeaael dead dead fa the th of d4Scot offices ¬
Scot of the coafpeiny ta the Arcade bUld bUldtag biJidlog
tag Ht HIS body JhiiflEeiiriuud ssnverui by a night nightwatchman nightwatchman
watchman at plfivJMs alt liievalag liievalagA meragA
A bullet be lama nbead head and a re revoider rovolver
voider bel bold ia t jtMfiWoaaA lteueS right > tend tendpointed iaadpointed
pointed t to saiejpk The police admit admithowever admithowever
however that W llli a to a mysteriousone mysterious mysteriousone
one and a daeK liaMcUves are now at atwork atwork
work upon It ItNe V VGoodwia
Ne Metfvt MetfvtGoodwin
Goodwia GoodwiaoM < tithtytwe years yearsold
oM and lire lireone lived Punk la a baa baatfbere bead beadsome
one country countryparent There wee ae a ap apparent p pI
parent mottvo mottvoAbout mottw I deaf deafI deedAbout
About 1 oe ee eeT I menilag Edward Edwardi
T Woodward Woodwardby i employed employedm
by theP thePhis the lest w Iliad h m making makinga ireld > <
his h is rounds roundsleading a dear ettlecked tacked
leading l int tete tetefirm ef Ills ta hashing hashingIsm
firm of Caaaail Caaaailcupies This tali oc
espies the et etsouth Boor on the theta timesouth
I
south aide ef efThe t tThe
The wit watturned ta tM office and andtoe
turned t on the i ithe 5j 5jhe toe He found founda
the t he body of ofcovered a a a leather loatberbaad leathercort
cort covered > red conch coadkman bard the o head headtun ad adtbe
man ctatcbefia ctatcbefiaimply chttehtf the other hog hogatraam sang
l imply to th thwas the 1s4 t3ifeem atraam Of Wood WoodANN bloodwas
was trickling tricklingIn pemi ANN a ballet hole holeM
In the Jfeft left leftTlin l lTbS
Tlin TbS TbSWithout P messed messedWithout
Without Withoutward body Wood Woodward
ward heat heatmonrd street and sum summoned
monrd Pat Patthe tied Casey of ofhe
the t he TweD Twentii Twentiihouar jlteat station stationhouse
house nv nvto Iar11t with Weodward Weodwardto
to the once oncethe f GMy rang for
the patrol patrolOne
One gi i iisfied sergsaat M satisfied sat sata
isfied him i ibody was a dead Tb TbIts The
body wa wabeen ass Its ureoahly y had hadean badbeen
been extinct ex tine tineAt iuara iuaraAt ean eane
At the i e detbJag was waswBk settsearched
searched > wBk ft wield re reaaaen
vW aaaen lot lotard K Kters
ters
ard a rdT rdTA T TA 71 71A
A Psnsa P asjvlaala Aaittaad kci sd aaaaal I Ibore naas naasbore pass passbore
bore the mmm tu aawe aotape ao as a did a receipt receiptfor receiptfor receiptor
for f or twenty shares ef United Gas 0 Im lmproYEmeDt Improvement ¬
provement opa L Ompaay arDa4 stock A gold goldwatch COldwatch goldwatch
watch a tefcv felt atM a pair of bit coif ea but button battODS butons ¬
ton tODS t ons each bore the initial H T TA O Oalso 0roll
A roll o of bask blaH sots aggregating tlq 111 111Iae 1110t1w
also Iae firs Cornel la the dead man hauls a pock pocketa PIC PICta pockIts
eta ta
Among the lie papers toad were werehlaDit were sevg ev ral j jblank
blank chock MS aM receipted Mile each gt gtwblcb elIell ofwhich
which Iell bare tree bead heading Cam cat f A tC tCOoochrta Ce CeOoodwia C
Ooodwia wa tars treasurer of tile Colum c cbla ¬
bit Cool Mtataa IilMttg Co aDd for or twentyfive twentyfiveyeara twfttTheera twentyOweyears
years era rnamleeilaj clerk ele of Casaat Caps A Ce CeHe c
He eajeyed perfect fect Malt health and hi lata re Nt
later t with late wife aad child ta their theirhome tWrbollM theirhone
home at Ridley Bi Park are are described eeert eeertItlnl aa aaIdeal
Ideal There appear abaalatoly at17 at17ftUOIt aa aareasea nonaeat
reasea why lay Mr Ooodwl1 Ooodwla Goodw should aN aNt have havetakea
takes t his own ow life lifeMr III lifeits
Mr Thorn Thomas manager of Caasatt CaasattCe CamttC u t tc
Ce c coafirms this view Iew by b stating taU that thatMr thatIh thatDlr
Mr Oeaawtns account with tile firm firmare Inaant armare
are tn perfect order Coroner Oaaan Duaenstates Oaaanstate Dqa Dqastate
states state that be can tad ad nothing DUaID to ex explain uplal ex ¬
plain plal tile MaleMe MaleMeA Ide
A revolver ITer faaad oaDCI la Mr Goodwins Goodwinsright Goodwlsled Goodwinright
right hand baa led the U polie > to ad advaace 1I
vance tile theory ef e < < suicide Iet e The httl httlmate hltlIe mu mumate 1
mate Ie friends ef f the dead man refuse te testate teaeeept toinept
aeeept olds new eC Ute cue tae aM tM71 they theystate I
state openly that they suspect eet foal play plarrIaeF play1by
they point oat that H would be aa easy easytaak eM eMt easyWt
taak t for a marderer wteMaa w > te avert avertsuspicion avertsuspicion Yen YenueplelOD
suspicion to place the revolver me In the thehand tltehaDd thehand
hand of the victim netl netlJ
J O Kerbaagh Kerba a brotherinlaw of ofMr ofMr
Mr Goodwin weat early 11 to tbe tbetoday morgue morguetoday taera
today to Identity ldelatlfr Mr Goodwins Goodw body bodyaad bad bodDeI
sad DeI arrange for or jts Jt8 ts removal He does not notbelieve aotbellee notbelieve
believe Ooodwla is a suicide suicideSTRONG suicideSTRONG uleIdeSTRONG
STRONG RIVALRY FOR FORINDIANA FORINDIANA
INDIANA JUDGESHIP JUDGESHIPTw
Tw Two DvugatieM Call Upon the Prod Preetient Pro i ideal
deal te Press Pr Claim Clai ClaiTMir Claims ot otTheir a
Their Candidates CwmmateaTbe CaMWt CaMWtr CaMWtTIle
r
TIle vacant at Indiana I Jadgechlp I Is IIkel likelto likely likelyto IIkelto y
to be IN filled by President Roosevelt in laa a aday atiny
day a or two according to present indica indkations indication IDelleatloo ¬
tions tion A number DalA of Indian citizen citizencalled tltiuDscalled
called at tile Executive l eeutive omce oilka ea today toh t tpress to topress topreu o
press the elalar claim of their respective can candidates caadldtn ¬
didates Time claims of A B Ardor Anderson AndepROD Ardornos ¬
son of Crawfordsville led 1 who baa baabeea hasbeer
beea recommended by b Representative RepresentativeLandis RetatlyfoI ReyresertstivLandis e I
Landis I were again D presented by a aptleD Oele Oelenation
nation consisting coni aU of Finny JltDIe T Meant MeantJame MtI
Jame E I Stutuman Stuttam of Para and Qeorg QeorgP Door oorPo
P Po Heywood of Lafayette They were wereintroduced WeNIntrodacetJ w Ste
introduced to the President t by Repre Representative AepretU Reps ¬
sentative tU Crempacker CelterAt
At the same time tI Representative lid Holliday 1101lida lidliday
liday lida of ladlaaa IDCI presented ted tile name nameof e eof
of Enoch T Bogate ef 0 Daavtlle lad ladRepreaenutlve ladOverstreet
Repreaenutlve > Overstreet has M candi candidate eandleIte ¬
date la the person of Rom Hawkins wlrl a cad dJleatatlft d dReprvaeatative
Reprvaeatative Steele to artlrf Drtr Q A AMyers AMyer
Myers 18 ef LefiwaaaorL LefiwaaaorLTMe LegattepottTide
TIle PreeMent gave no wlcatist I m c4tien lNtIeaw tf tfkto
kto w choice la I Ute matter let bat 1M todays todays3fcrftav today todaytItt
3fcrftav tItt tI Hiram xnflt a eattlemoat 8Mtle t at the tim Split Jllht1f aaht aahtjr
jr l immediately I
HUlkIANITY iQZ SINESS SINESSCONTROLS
I
I CONTROLS OUTPUT OF COAL OAL
I THE WASHINGTON vVASHINGTON COAL COALSITUATION COALSITUATION I ISITUATION
SITUATION IN A NUTSHELL NUTSHELLToUl NUTSH L LT LTotal
Total T J shortage borg on on the year rear when strike ended CIHiedr 24ftWfOOfl 4 OQS1 S tome tomeWatiii U UWadiinjrW
WadiinjrW Watiii r tons s sfeortg sY on the year r when strike eked ended 15Mfttm 15MfttmPresent w wPr 1riON 1riONPresent t aa
Present Pr ift1C output of minor ia compared with nonmU IIOIIII S4eastTime Siperewt SiperewtTime pere
Time 1 required to reach normal output pat 3 3A 3aaBtfitf 3aaBtfitfAverage c cAverage
Average A daily receipts of Reading Rd IIR con port tw two auto 36 36nily Sift SiftDsily eflfsDiiily
Diiily iihi hiIImeats i meiiis Reading n cool promised prOll Hcl 511Normal 30 51Nonnal dm dmNormal
Normal daily tlaiiv < < ily shipments of KadUup n coal I to WMI Washington Dct 75 13n 13nPRESENT 7a 7aPRESEINT an anPRESENT >
PRESENT SOURCES OF SUPPLY
irate
1
Certpau ompanies u ks k kReading exieadfiig ex kelp heJaReeding kelpReMtq
Reading Cal and Iwo Company CompanyPennaylTaaia CompanyPennsylvania T TPeDUlnuaia
Pennsylvania Railroad ilrotW ilrotWI Mine MineIndependent cureslydepeadent
Independent I t operatora epen epertiletsa onI onII
a I
CLOSE FIGHT PROMISED PROMISEDOVER PROIVlISEDr PROIVlISEDOVER PROMISEDOVER r
OVER STATEHOOD BILLThose BILL BILLThose BILLi i
Those Who Vould ould Increase Number of Old Glorys Stars I II I
1 Grow Confident
Cpnfident fnl JN I
While there tiler may he MOre Important
epiaedea e epised la nattaaal tJ8aaJ wwmaMag at t UHa UHasesaioa t lei leisasloa I8
sesaioa loa of Congress COBg them will 111 be belateN8tlac site aeaemere sitemore
mere interesting than t aa the Territorial Territorialnght TrKorialtor
nght for Statehood The advocates ef efthe 9fthe ettime
the proooalttoa to add three tJv stars t toime to tothe
the t ime American AJ rlea flag h de net seem to have havelost ftY ftYIoet haveloot
lost either courage or vitality aad aKwith aKwithaD with withan
an alliance of Sisters Eaet < < a statesmen statea MII like llkoSenators lIkoSeaatora likeStnestor
Senators Quay sad Klkias titer promise promiseat ProlDWfat
at a t least I to ceme near the 0 mark It of see saeces nee seeca
ces e la their ambition to create new newState JaeWState
State StateWaca S tates tatesKhe
Statebea
Waca Khe bea rher the omntbw omnibus StateTtood bill is istaken i istaros
taken up by b the SMuate + t ae December 11 11the 11the 11the
the line linea will m have bay been even MOre close closely ciOlleI ¬
ly I drawn than at t present and the af affirmative afInaaUe atSrsatire ¬
firmative side ltIt will be ready read for vigorous vigorousfray yjproufray vigorousfray
fray fraySenator fraySMaatOl
fraydsator
Senator Klkins KUdo is I said to be one of ofthe oftlte ofhe
the t he unswerving and gale It champion of ofthe oftlte ofhe
the t he pill which propose prop ee the admlsmoa of ofOklahoma of0kIa ofOklahoma
Oklahoma 0kIa Arizona ArIaoDaNn New New Mexico and andIndian aa4Inel andndian
Indian Inel I Territory into the Union Like Likevoted Liketile
tile people of the W bleat who bO lean de devoted denoted
voted sad ad are devoting yotl heart and ad soul soulto fIOalto tat tatto
to the general cause be believe it is issaid Issaid isaid
said s aid la I the oaraltMs aroposttioa A4 A > i it itwaa ItWU ftwas
was aetlceaMe 1eea1 le yesterday that t the thet repert re report
port t ef f aa amended measure aaeaeurlr m maad rim the theitirirphtte
itirirphtte lr t Dell WIIMew eUtlt eUtltnd
aad a nd New Mexico her t Jilt the theLaw tlteARMY theRMY
ARMY A RMY PROMOTION ACT ACTCONSTRUED ATU8TR
CONSTRUED U8TR BY ROOT ROOTLaV ROOTLaw
Law Intended to Benefit En Enlisted EnI Enlisted ¬
listed I MenThe Men MenThe MenTIle
The Secretary Secretary eeftarJ ef Warbee WarHedtIdaIoa soldered rsaderrd a aeWtoloa
eWtoloa which will bare yo yoethtct a aenact frrechm frrechmeffect fr g
effect upon the appetatmeat tMftt at r eaileted eailetedmen r rmen i ian
I I11ae
men as second lieateaatita lieateaatitaThe Ueate lieetenantThe ate
The Secretary hema that It was wa not notthe DettlM sotintent
the intent of Coagrea co grM to include 11Ie1 at atteadaac atteft4IIutce
teadaac a as a cadet ht the United Ualt State StateMilitary Stat StatlllIItary StetMilitary
Military Academy aa cay part of the thetw tltetWt t k ht htyears
tw tWt years year n service which to i aeceaaary aecewryentitle to toentitle toeaUtle t
entitle aa a enlisted mat te compote compoteprestoten tor torpromotion torpntaIOt
promotion pntaIOt He is of 0 the opinion that thatthe thacUte tha thahe t
the t he act of J July ft Ills 1 la providing pro1 that tbatIdler Ht HtaoWIen e t
aoWIen Idler who have served honorably hensrablytoss not notless ROtIftII L
less th t tbiin two years la a tile army arMYeompate may maycompete me mecompote T
compete far promotion pro refers to the ea enlisted eaHIt ealisted ¬
listed HIt service I only onlyThe ealyThe 17 17The
The law was u designed to benefit the theenlisted tINtenIed t he
enlisted men of the tlMana army Secretary SecretaryRoot SocIetarJaot Secr SecrRoot etary
Root stye sa ay and not the young m men en enfor who whofor wbofor
for any ao cause e have bay been dropped drop droppedtheir from fromtheir troIfttheir
their West Point classes e before the end endof e eof ad I Iof
of the course courseQUARELL 1 1aUARELL
I IMAY
QUARELL OVER WOMAN WOMANMAY
MAY END FATALLY FATALLYAlbert FATALLYAlbert FATALLAlbert Y
Albert Tripp Receive Probably Mortal M8iUtWeuud MortaWiblad I j jWwad
Wwad ia Shooting Affray AffrayPOItTLAND AffrayPORTLAItD j jPORTLAND
PORTLAND Me Ie Dec 4 4A A probably probablyfatal proIIablJfatal prole prolefatal
fatal sbootiag affray dra occurred Tuesday Tuesdaynight TaeICla7alP Tae Taesight
night at a the t borne of r Humphrey May ilayfarmer I II a atermer
farmer la I time little settlement of 0 West WestOleaeeeter WntO W WGone
Oleaeeeter O Gone ier about thirty Ultrt mile mi miles from fro thto thtoetty tblseli tk tkcity ls
city eli
ettyTbe
The victim leU was wa Albert A Ibert Tripp who re received reeelY received ¬
ceived eelY a pistol ball la I the abtloana wo from froma fr oD
a weapon pelt fired by b Kdwsrd D DBotIa DBoth Whig WhigBoth
Both are yoaag b Ong men and the troublesaid trouble troublesaid trlHlbJeId x
said Id to have arisen ar en over a aWt w wWing woaaa
Wing Wt escaped and a poise to la I Iat Inof sranit
of him himEDICT MmEDICT himEDICT
EDICT OF PRESIDENT PRESIDENTAGAINST PRESIDENTAGAINST
AGAINST FRENCH FRE NCH BISHOPDecree BISHOPS BISHOPSDcreo BISHOPSDtcreo S
Decree Declare They Abused Rights Rightsin RightaJin Righ is
in Petition to Legislators LegislatorsPARIS Le LegislatcrsIARIS < < iIJatcrs iIJatcrsARIS
PARIS Dec lO 4 IThe The President ia itdecree a adecree adee I
decree dee tosned today declares thaj II the therecent tlwreeent t trecent i
recent petition of the Fracich bishop blso t tmembers te temember t8IllelDbera e
member of the legislature in which lIlek tk tklaw the thelaw liteI e
law I of associations ua clatloBII was dtocuased at atlaagth atad a alength
length and return rf9tn to the principle rIReIItI e ethe of ofthe ofUte f
the concordat onIal advised coMtituted an aaoC a r
of their rights riahtaIt rip ripIt
It 1 to reported that Prime lrI Miatater Mtlet a
will aaspeml petHt the ItS ettpeate of r t tile im
p of Beeaaoon aad + IHI tbeBtolteiW u time DI IUshte tm
met Amloa Amloa mI e and Orl Orleans an
Companies e paatee deaytosj dell help helpMtaos ItetpIt helpMime
Mime It at LeMgh tw Valley Valh ValhI Itallraai ItallraaiMmes RalirMdMites
Mmes of I Uw t e Krie JIrteDelaware I d e RaUmad RaUmadDelaware RaihpdDelaware I
Delaware Laekawaaaa sad WesternDelaware Weeter Western WaterssDelaware I
Delaware and Dd Hudson H Canal Co 0 i
i plan was accepted aeete4I by l J the n friends frl ofWetters of ofWestern ofW
Western W program only I a as another t evi evideaeo evlor evideae
deaeo deae of o weakening walt oppositionaerator opposition ojtpoiitioaSeaator OP08ltloDK11dae
aerator SIMaa exhibition pXlalWU of power at atthe attM atrim
the rim laat tat seasloa oa of Colrgrl Coagreas s when bea tile tbereciprocity tilereclpr thereciprocity
reciprocity reclpr cltJ meaaare ea re was at t issue and In Inconflict lacoelet incoeakt
conflict with beet sugar interests com commanded vommarded O t tmaaded ¬
manded a deal of attention and resulted resultedIn reault reaultin ed
In a tasting isUD < < respect pect Therefore his biaalignment bl blwtt
alignment with wtt the tit supporters aupportf of the theStatehood t timeStatehood be beStatehood
Statehood meaaare re means an acquisition acquisitionto n
to t o be feared by b it its opponents especially especiallyIr e9peC al1y al1yII
Ir II company with that of Senator QuayIt Quay QuayIt Quayt
It t was said at t the Capitol today and andby n nd ndby < t tby
by one who ha bas closely c1011eI followed th thrend the thetrend thetread e
trend t of the Statehood battle that the tbeleading theleadl theleading
leading leadl advocate of th till omnibus meas measure mfUaft measnec ¬
aft feel absolutely Iatly confident of sue succeaa suecnll suetea
tea ceaaWhile cnllWIIi
While WIIi they tM are not t willing mlne to make mak makeforecast a aforecast aforecast
forecast of the Senate vote by individu individuals Indhldua11l Indh idu iduals ¬
als they the are free ia 1 asserting thai the thesubstitute t th be bemt e
substitute mt giving only Oklahoma and andIndian anclIIMII
Indian IIMII I Territory TerTIt Territory the dignity of State Statehood Statewill Statehood ¬
hood will not become a law I aad sadgeneral the thegeneral thePIIersl
general measure will receive tile app appro approbaUoa approbaUoa approbatios
baUoa of both branch branches of Congress CongressThey CoqrHsIIae7 CongressThey
They predict that in UM Senate SenatehiS eute the theMH tilelitH
MH wilt have baa 14o Mftr 4o fiftytbree fiftytbreeand sty stysd
and andMake aa4tMfir to afl7JJ
tMfir to toGOMMISSIONER
GOMMISSIONER OPPOSE OPPOSECHANGE OPPOSEORANGE
CHANGE IN CONDUIT LAW LAWMake
Make Adverse Report on Sen Senate Senate Senate ¬
ate Resolution No 81 8lThe 81T
I Ito
The T District nammmsleaers c today toda for forwaraod
warded to Repreeeatntrre tm J W Babcoek Babcoekjebalrmaa Habcoekdniaar k kot
jebalrmaa dniaar of the Reese H District ottINlYeIM CommH CommHte Camstittale
te aa adverse report oa Senate leasth reso resohrtloa rellOhltloa
hrtloa h tlo tloa No N U 1 eatlUod u t Joint Reson Resoni Resohilieu
i lieu U to Kamrgo tile m as of Electric Condelta Con Conidalta COBIta
delta Ita m Ie tile District Dillt kt of Columbia ColumbiaThe CIbThe ColumbiaThe
The resolmkm reeoa provide that the Com Coml COlDIDDen °
l mtoaioaer IDDen be authorized all larbled to grant at pi pr prI prt r
I mtoaloa to t electric lighting Itln companies companiesto
to make coaneetloaa eoIUIeCtl between their con condalta OD ODchllta
drib and those of existing street rail railway rhltway roilway ¬
way companies for the purpoae porpo e of for forBtohtng falDtelim
Btohtng Dtelim correct through such u h conduits coadultstor eoIIduItIIfor
for public aad aatC nd private usesThe use useTbe uses
The Commtastoner 10 say a that they 011adhere Mill Milladhere stinlI4In 1
adhere to the view T WII expressed In their theirreport tlaeirreport thou thoureport r j
report of last May on the proposed proposedmeasure PJOpOII4MIIE
measure IE That report suggested > d several severalverbal severs ItveoaJYet1
verbal amendments to the resolution 1 1NO
NO BARGAIN MADE BY BYENGLAND BYENGLAND I II
ENGLAND WITH FRANCE FRANCEKewf FRAHCENewfHRdlud
NewfHRdlud Kewf evadlaad and New Hebrides H Claim ClaimKet Clam Clam1Tet
Wet te t Be Exchanged Exe aR ed far Maraece MIfICceCHCe8liiena Marae
ce ceCHCe8liiena ceCHCe8liienaLONDON Concessions CoHccaaioBLONDON
LONDON Dec 4 4Lord 4LordPrfo Lord Lo Craabeurae CraabeuraeParHameetary CnMeunePal q
ParHameetary Pal Prfo atsry secretary to the UaeMIce feretaa feretaaemce f q 4 4replying n
emce MIce replying rePl7t to a parliamentary PIUI1uDeata17Uoa goes goesnos aue auetioa
tioa yesterday ftterda said lei there to no truth tnIth1Ie truthtime in inhe
time he report that Newfoundland Newf aad other otherentstanding O ocheemtataading Ier IeratataAdID r
entstanding atataAdID < < questloa queat between betweeaaDd betweensad Fraaee Fraaeeaed
aDd Rngland have been settled by ma matual tin a at
tual t tw concessloas toncasniossThe concessloasThe CORatUloasJfIte
The report I41Ort tbat a rapprochement rpproebemetlaeea bad badbeen
been arranged r between teea Bagiaad aad aadFranc t tFrance act actPraaee
Franc was published a week ago Ac Accordlag C CCOIdIa
cording COIdIa to the report Prance agreed to torelinquish te
relinquish ngnfh all n claims elal ia I Newr NewralMl Nowfen Nowfensad Newfoundland Newfoundlandaad
sad the New Hebrides and to farther fartherthe r
the settlement of AqloRuaa AsgloRussianties Anglo Russian dlmctU dlmctUtle
tle tI ties with the understanding that liylg Baa Baaland >
land wo would M allow her a free haad kardMorocco ta taMorocco
Morocco sad Ceuta CeutaSAGASTA CeutaSAGASTA
SAGASTA AGAIN AGAINRESIGNS AGAI AGAINRESIGNS J JRESIGNS
RESIGNS AS PREMIER PREMIERDedans PREMIERDodmrea R
Declares to the King KiD That His Hiseimea Hitcidan De DeciaNo
eimea II Irrevocable IncvecabkMADKfD Imvoca IrrevocableMADRD We WeADRD
MADKfD ADRD Dec De < 4 4Premier Premier flaxaata ta to today t tday ¬
day banded uMIM hM resignation to King XI XIAlf
Alfonso Alf The rsilri rethriag reUrtJa > Ag premier 1 stated statedthat etataCUlat s tats tatshk
that thatioNo hto III dedatoa lied to relinquish hi la has port portfolio ponfolie ¬
folio was wa w Irrevocable IrrevocableNo Irre IrreN
No N reason reaM for U u rosigsnt realgaaUea Uea eu ha has haspubUe been beenmaea
maea pabtte but U i < to MAW on o seml semlemeial a
emeial 1 SLtbority that It to a result It of ofthe I Itlw
the motion of cenman against a die mfca
Inter I of C marina IBlU passed m Ia tIM UIItor tIMof enamber enamberof lraN 11hr r
of a deputies tlepttU epeuss yesterday
Reading Railroad Officials OfficialsTell OfficialsTell OfficialsTell
Tell Washington Committee Commit Commites CommitletS
letS es of Business Men That ThatLaw ThaiLa ThatLaw
Law La of Supply and De Demand DeDIeM Dcujmd ¬
DIeM Is Not Exercised ExtxcisedPromises ExercisedPromises t tProll1ies
Promises Obtained Tfyaf TfyafEvery TlzatE TkatEzier
Ezier Every E rp p Point Will Be BeStrained BeSiramed BeStrained
Strained to a Relieve Whole WoleSituation WholeSilualionand WholeSituation
Situation Silualionand and Aid People Peopleof Peopleof Peopleo
o of the National ational Capital CapitalI CapitalDemand 4 4L 4j
L
j j
I Demand el1f011d for Anfytacte Anl zac le by byTranspozlafion hpTransportalion b Y YTranspoia1ion
Transpozlafion Companies CompaniesUnprecedented LompaniesUnprecedented CompaniesUnprecedented
Unprecedented RailoadsUnable Railoads RaikadsUnable RailoadsUnahle
Unable to Secure Bilumm BituminollsProducllo BikrminousProducltoMove BilummonsProduct
onsProduct ousProducltoMove to Move Traffic TrafficPHILADELPHIA TraffioIT o or oPHILADELPHIA
IT ITPBJIDI
PHILADELPHIA PBJIDI PHIA Dee 4 tIn la promis promising promiaSq promislag ¬
lag Thomas W Smith and the members membersof
of the Washington Wa dqtoD coal commit committee tee a agreater ajpeter agreater
greater supply of coal from rom now on the theReading theItdloC theReading
Reading official said that the miningand mining miningand minIngaad
and distribution or coal oal had ceased to tobe tomaUt tobe
be a matter > r of business butae s purely and wasbeing was waabeing wasbeiq
being dealt with according ecordin to the dic dictates dictatfS dictates ¬
tates of humanity humanityWe humltyWE bumtytityWe
We are straining GtralalD every effort to re relieve re4 re4lIeve reHere ¬
lieve the situation End could do BO more moreif moreIf
if we were receiving twice the price w ware ware we were
are a re asking kin for 01 or our product roducL If we were weracontrolled Wt WtcOIUroIlt werecoatrollyd
controlled < d in quoting prices by the law lawof lawof
o of supply and demand there i Is no tell tellin tellIDI tellinto
in IDI into where bfre the price of coal would soar soarAashingcon soarashipglon soarPashimgton
Aashingcon has ltaab been eD receiving some something som somthlDC somlbiag ¬
thing less than her full quota of coal coalbecause eoa1beeauS
because of the bf scar cat ity rit y of cars car but from fromnow fromDOW fromnow
now on we w will ship at least fifty cars carsof carso careof
of o coal to 0 the tb naUons UODS Capital apical daily W Wwill 1 Ve Vewill a awill
will also make up the amount that she sheshould 9ho9hould sheshould
should have received r1 lyfd in the past and in increase Inerease ¬
crease shipments as rapidly M possibleThe possible possibleThe possibleThf
The normal shipment to Washington ahlugton is i3serenty isseventy isIWTfl1ty
seventy five th can a day It will nl be rhre rhremoaths Ihr Ihrmo tires < >
moaths mo m onths tb8 before befor we reach that mark and andcoal andOal sadoal
coal c oal will be bf scarce s8r all winter winterI winttrwall
I was informed inform this morning mornt c by hr our olrAre ourflrat OTlflnt
Are flrat vice president prt > aldeat that owing owlnl to the theshortage Th Thahorta theshortage
shortage ahorta < < f or bituminous hitUIL oulI coal be would bq bacompelled bqeompelled bqcompelled
compelled to setae be that consigned io iot < o oether 0part
ether t partl part ptrtteakeep to keep the tlM traffle tra e moving movingsupplied JD09iDgsuppU movingtuppItd
supplied suppU him wick the coalSbowa coal coalf coalI coalSlaowa
f
I Shows Slaowa Bvary hrY CourtesyTbla Courtesy CourtesyThis CourtesyThla
This in brief is the tlH statement ma maYMterda mad madesterday p pyesterdar
yesterdar y to the members of the Wash Washiagton WashOD S5ashtstgton
iagton OD committee oomD tt4e composed of o Thomas ThomasW TbomafW ThomasW
W Smith William F Gude sad aadWllton aadWlltonJ Wilton WiltonJ
J Lambert by C E Henderson second secondvice st secondvice > ond ondrice
vice president of the lIe Reading Railroadand Railroad Railroadaad Railroadaa41
and general manager of the Reading ReadingCoal ReadinrCoal ReadingCoal
Coal aDd Iron Company Mr II Henderson Hendersonextended HendersonateDIIecI Hendersonxtended
e extended every consideration to the th tie visitors tielion It Itlton > ¬
lion lton but said he was as daily receiving receivingdelegations receivingdeleptlons rereivtalcdelegations
delegations from all of the big cities citieseach cH citiesach its itseach
each e ach of which is in equally as bad con condition condltloa con condition ¬
dition as Washington WashingtonTht WaabiwnoDTh KasiminatoThe
The Th committee arrived rriYed from Washington Washing Washington Wa bIDI bIDIton ¬
ton at 1130 11 30 oclock and went at one tothe to tothe totbe
the offices of L t V Ryder sales Ie agento agent agentof agentof
of o the Lehigh Valley VaUe Coal Company who whowaa whowas ho howu
was awaiting them by appointment Mr MrRyder airRyder 1r 1rRyder
Ryder said his company had Dot been beensend bcenIleDdinr beensending
send IleDdinr sending in any great amount of coal to toWashington toWaBbinltlon toWashington
Washington for three tbn > e years Shipmentswere Shipments Shipmentswere ShipIDn ShipIDnwere
were suspended because of the difficulty difficultyexperienced dlftk1tyeXlKri drfftc lty ltyexperienced
experienced eXlKri nced in having cars promptly rr rrturned rrturned reurned
turned t Supplying cay 01 caly tbeir own points pointsthey point pointshey IS IStbe
they tbe t were able to carry twice t ire the prod product product product ¬
uct from the mines they would ould be al ahl ahlto ahio ahioto > l lpoints
to if the they pt permitted > rJl Ut > d their cars to go to topoint8 topoints
points OB foreign linec linecIn line lioeIn
In consideration of the fart that they thiyhad thlYbad
had not been n shipping to Washington Washingtonfor
for several sev ra I years they did not think t ink they theycould TheYcould
could resume shipments while the demaid de demand < < If Ifmand ¬
mand on th thir < Mr ir own line Un lines > ll exceeded exC ed theiroutput their theiroutput Thfiroutput
output This demand cannot he IN met mf > t this thiswinter biswinter hllwinter
winter and there > would ould necessarily bo bomuch t homini > o omuch
much suffering sufferingThe surrerin surrerinTb sufferingThe
The Tb committee visited C C C Conghlin Conghlincity COlgblinIt Coughlinity
city c It ity and nd Southern sale sales ale agent of the tbaReading thltadlol theReading
Reading adlol Coal and DA Iron Company whose whoseoaee WhOBoIIce whoseolce
oaee oIIce is M in the Reading Terminal Mr MrCoogblin 11rCeQablin MrOoaghlin
Coogblin escorted Iorted them to the t Iae office of ofMr 01 01Mr ofSir
Mr Henderson who received them i ithe in inItoard
the t he board room The Th conference last lasied la91aD
ed an hour and n4I a halfConditions half halfConditions halfCoDiitioAS
Conditions Alarming AlarmingThomas AlarmingTIaomas
Thomas W 1l Smith acting as spok spokman sp4Iktt sp4Ikttn < >
man n for the Ih committee introduced the thesubject theaul
aul subject jeet by describing dt > scrlWq the alarming ton tonHOoa lontdoa conTitles
Titles of o affair affaire in Washington He Hetold HptoN Hetold
told of the tb > 0aa 0 ISO home with their theirete 0 0laaaiJIt9
ete families whose Hae suffering would be bf m mtense InteDee anfel
tense fel unless lest < a vast amount of 0 coal waa waareceived wa wareeehecl assceived
felreceived
received receivedunless ceived between now DO and Christmas ChristmasIf brbt mas masu
1f If there is anything the citizens dtlzeDsan dtlzeDsando tan < an ando
do if theroJs t there jg Is anythino that money OBey ran rande An Ando
de to relieve > the situation sltuatln we star stal1 stal1to stariready i iready
ready to do it t Mr Smith said saidIt + aid aidJt
It b hi not a question or price it is isa isa isa
a matter IDatter solely 17 of securing coal coalIn coalID 0A1 0A1ID
ID ibis connection e naeetiOD Mr Smith con contianed contlaosd on ont
tianed t we wish to state that we 11 > aui auieftiWBR an1otU auJour
our eftiWBR eft d dappiy > rr feel pcl the kindly IdD ly sec sentimeata SIOtlJDaatat
timeata expressed preM4d by Mr Baer for forWaahlagton foJ foJaDd forWashington
Washington and to extend to him ourthanks our ourthank ourtbaab
thank for the I consideration he has haishewn ha haUII hasshown >
shown UK and for Or his hi endeavor to pr prveet 1 1yet prvest >
yet an < set ctsive tive e veiling pri price < for coat coaiIn cca coatIs i ila
In reply Mr Ir Hendervon raid xaMthoroughly aId aIdtMfoughly e
thoroughly appreciate the situation in inwMeb InwIIIb
wMeb you Oll aid a titl the people of Washing Waebinrtie Washingtea
tea and yonrealve I The TIt stateafents that thatyea thatye thatyou
you yea have ye made are not MW new to ae Every Eeryare Everywe
we w are in receipt r > llpt of Jitter I ttr from
Washington W IDtoft dealers oue oacimed Mt bed in Intftut
strung tftut terns There to no dlfS dlmat
Sky at a aim te aPnfV onev if aim w > hn4 nn the coal coalw coatWettte
w we we Wettte W ship p it Your dealers would

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