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2 4 THE WASHINGTON Y TIMES THURSDAY DECEMBER 4 1902 190
HUMANITY NOT BUSINESS BUSINESSCONTROLS BusiNESS BusiNESSCONTROLS BUSINESSCONTROLS
CONTROLS OUTPUT OF COAL
jrlartly lal1 pay pa as ta a advance but we do not notvi JtOln ot ota
vi a ni n i it I t Their TIteIrtt credit is I good The Tb deal dealr
i r > art all 11 la good standing There is isDO IsD i iTh
DO D Th trouble as to t pay The dtmculty Is Isih I Ih
ih 1111 h > 11 lack ia k of coal supply PPI7 What t you bav bavvaif ba bata bTouceruIag >
vaif ta I oncerntog ootcrala Washington Wa is I equally equallyinn
inn 1 nit ri or Baltimore Ba1tbDo It might Ildat be more morevigorously aweignrously ore oreiloroullly
vigorously expressed es as to Boston which whichIs wltlc wltlcs whichi
Is i s in j n I a much more serious eerto condition conditionTh cOdltl03Thr condltto3Thr
Th Thr rc is 8 net enough coal to supply pply the thec tbeOlilltrr theflry
c Olilltrr < > < try We e will not accept a higher higheriri b higherIn r rjrt
iri < than I will m permit It to retailed in inWashington lahinRton Inv
Washington v hinRton hi ngton at I78S 5 None Non of your deal dealCT 1
CT 1 1 with ith th whom who we f are doing business baala or orImvo crJHt wJii
Imvo JHt Jii V horn doing business have failed to tohiKii totl toigii
tl hiKii igii 0 II ih 1 h < agreement They did Id It wllMnj wllMnjly stuqnoRnl
ly I rrcoRnlzIng noRnl the equity equtt and Justin JQatI of ofour ofour
our 011 r nquest
Iii 1 Mood f C CI CITht Coalr al alThr
Thr r rnttrc ttr question uo to on of s bavins bavinsHi bailaglh I
Hi < nal > ai to sMp hlp Wo W nnnvt equitably equitablyliMnr equitablyIr1utc tabI tabItll
tll liMnr Ir1utc tr1Jlet e what we have ft and w 1Mr 1MrdIYrln we are ea ealivorlng entv
dIYrln < livorlng tv rlng t to do toTIll SO 00Th SOTin
Tin Th demands de for anthracite by the theiimsi t theI
11 I iimsi I I1SllOrtU nrnrtat1a > ortatto companies = is I nnprece nnprecei
d < > > > < i I They Th are unable to secure e enough enoughI eaoq eaoqH enoughturnInoua
I H 1 luminous 0 coal to move Ia their t raffle tralfieud raffleuini
uini 1111 ud II nr I irq r < > compelled 0 to take anything 1 7LhIDg they theyn U Un
< n K < toVfoa ven If It is necessary to seiM seiMri wI wII tie tier
< ri yo of 1 coal on the stdlaes The TIMt roads roadsur roadsr
ur t r hokH wlthtranV wlthtranVWashington with traIk traIklIl trecVihInttoa
Washington lIl < blnrto has had n little less than thanii t tII thanit
ii proper supply uppa ot of1 coal We W did not notIJIM net3L t tILit
IJIM 3L mm arlll ar onongh to meet the demand demandli de det
li t Tame < r amf1 flp necessary I for those wo w had to toI to1J
I 1J 1 on lJItrated i > rated only OBI on our 0 own line 11 or for forih for1h or
ih < < olllriea ollt to o shut Iud down In I fact factdid IattT tartrt
> T rt I did shut down It was accord accordiMisy aeeotdjl
iMisy jl i v ordered that no ears ear be permitted permittedn
n iv > off our road It to to your Interest Interestn
c ii n at a ours that the coal output outputshctiH outputhtil1
shctiH 11 < tlH be aa a1arp large as possible bl No NolIall em emimiii sinI
imiii lIall I I4 has existed n at t any time against againstWellington againstv It ItWii
Wii Wellington v i ingtov lI Or The Tb restricted Reading 1 car carinoM carI carmo
inoM I mo 0 rnont has ha applied appll to all territory territoryii rrltOfJ rrltOfJIIn
ii IIn IIflt i immediately on the th liar lIeor of the t Read Readin Kealj headflR
in j flR II c road Despite VtIiJ tf this coal cue has been beenforwarded beenforI beenfrwr44
forwarded forI to the city rtt toe records rec recnJ show showjns showfl
jns nJ fl g I 7 earn an on November 27 November NOYeMIMrSonmtwr
> 34 4 November 29 47 November Novemberfl 10
fl 1 Deeembrr I t mbtr 1 I W December t 1 10 ears earsiii1 ea eaI earsiui
iii1 iui I today there are ar overt odptIS oft care loading loadinglor loadingfr 1 1hr
lor Washington WashingtonPrice WashlaKlonPrice WashingtonPrice
Price Not Questlesd QuestlesdYour QuHtt8nedYour QucetlenodYour
Your dealers have not questioned the theriail tilerdHI therlai
riail rlai price rtc as fixed by this tbJain company companyin
in an effon > fron to protect the public All Allrtt Allf Allft
rtt f i he h fifty fin or sixty dealers with Ith whom whomv whomhave OID OIDha
v have ha beon in the habit of dealing deal 41 41tvrriy dit4 1 1nntl
tvrriy ani indirectly iRdlrlcU have signed the theiCTment tatevr therrmcnt
iCTment vr mEot 10 o sell 8 > 11 our coal at t J7J8 7IL We Wei W WharleI Wehirgr
i ha harleI rue them J375 S j at the mines and aIIcIthe aIIcIthefrIIh the thefrish thefrigh
frish to Wa Va a hington la I 2 We of ofcourse ofOllr t tnurtP
course Ollr nurtP cannot < an not fix ft the price at t which whichthy weII1hy whichthy
thy shall sell 11 other coal an long as we weare weIrf wejrp
are < jrp unable to supply them with all n they theynfl tiMrto theyn
nfl n I to t 0 supply OUPP I y their t customers custoinershav Several SeveralHlrs ec1lIrs
< Hlrs have hay asked if we object ob to their theiritjying tMirin theirtuing
itjying in from other otht > r collieries and oar In
ariahle reply has been well wellcniKed be mesh meshh
cniKed C 1 i iged ed to you OU If you wilt Sack hcIaNl hcIaNlItW8 pur purchases purbut
chases ItW8 but apslst lSh5t In relieving UM UteI JlUldaI situ situBiidii situitt
Biidii I itt I HI 110 nn n
Th T1 underlying uD ltrlylng cause cu of the > trouble troublej
j The h ht lack of coal We are doing do our ourutmost our1111110Rt ouritt
utmost itt ttiottt increase our output AdAad A to totho Ieth tothe
the th shortage hore ia the lack oC cars cn in vnWek vnWekt
t to move that which we have Wn W Whipping ar arshipping a ashipping
shipping by both the Baltimore BaUII re and OM OMutil ow owit DISunt
util it nl by be Pennsylvania Railroad RailroadlItrlt and aadiMxrience andIrInca
iMxrience lItrlt IrInca > nce no difficulty dlmcult In getting our ourcirs ourIT ourir
< cirs IT through throughA thro throughthe h hbe
A the he close of the strike there th warn waaa WUa warna
a phortag of 24000000 tons When WhennfMratlons WIMarratioDa WhenTrat
nfMratlons Trat ons were resumed the mines IDee IDeeIi wits wweii witsiII
ii iII n I hc i with water timbers had rotted and andmany aadmany andmany
many gangways caved in It will be bethree beI
three 1 hn hr e months before we roach ear oertuaj her horluai herua1
luai ua1 output In I n the Wyoming section Mdl MdlT of ofTh siI
Th T Pennsylvania Jt > oaayhanl we undoisUml wadenta aa sab e ebaro em embarito
barito b qro exists as s to all points poIaUof because liUCBUSUof
of 0 congests traffic trafficDirect traMeDirect trafficDirect
Direct by Rail RailJr Raill Railit
Jr l it response fpOD to a question Mr Hentfer Hentferton lIenderI liendoriaI
ton I sail < that th 1 all the tb coal they tbe eould eouldWashlrpton 14 14I
I < I Washlrpton a blIa on have could be bejir st st1lr4 t t1T
< jir 1lr4 t by b rail without the necessity oC oCti oCI ofr
ti I sorting orn lo water ater transportation from fromtidewater frOlRt fromikwater
tidewater t points Fifty FUt cars a day cia he hefidded helIltll be1iIteI
fidded means about 1200 1 tons The nor normal norwinter ¬
mal 111 winter Iotr consumption of the city clt to toat isahit
at ahit > > ut 2040 2 tons In case of severs sevortw n nhr
w 1 1 1 her that amount is sometimes sometimesJMlM someUBI someUBIJ sometimesJ
JMlM J II < tI Ml 1 1J i iJ
J Maury Dove handles about CO < 0dM Od00of 0dMHT
HT 1 p of coal a year Bvery Jh r week he heJM heJI hoIll
JM JI vmited this o aftice oce ce and used every everyar eYe17aJrlwt everyj
aJrlwt ar j r injent > nt to secure larger Jar shipments shipmentsbeen shipmentsihan
1 ihan hac 15 we Juy have been n able ble to toJr give vo him himMr himMr
Mr Mr Jr Henderson concluded concludedThomas tonclud4rhomas oDdudtldTboIDas
Thomas W V Smith stated that he wan waniiiiincd WM1rnt wasI
I iiiiincd 1rnt i tntd f thai t ha t J 1 Maul Maui Dove had 4MO 4MOiirti 4 4nrdrK
nrdrK iirti 1 r < r ra on his hi h a books which he was un unilf utIlr an1
tIlr ilf 10 1 nil Continuing Mr Smith said saidi said11Y
i my 11Y information is correct the theti deal dealF
ti F rtre r rn taking orders only front their theiri
l i suijr k1t I t r CUK UJilumfr U1 tumors t and iid there the Is I a large largejn larplnulltlloa largthat
jn lnulltlloa > ijlHtlon that hat has no one to whom to tofor IcotI
1 for coiil COt I Some of OUt ottrjii ± mea
jii 1 a egreed Kreo < l to t o form a syndicate kate to buy buyIm buyt
Im 11 t I to supply these people Will yon yonI
1 I t uB have bay t n carloads rMMa of osal sst 1 a day dayfor ta tafur dayftr
for that purpose purposeWhere Pur1l08eW purjoaeWhere
Where W bere win w III i I I we got the eoal eoa1ir from fromMr fromr fromrMr
Mr Henderson Hendeu replied By taking it itfrom Itfrum Itfruit
from the dealers l1s I hardly think tltlakW that thatwe thetW
we W ould undertake such udl a aMr maa maaMr measure measureM
Mr M r Smith then I took up the theti needs DC DCUJ ofUt
ti Ioor or and rxpialned th t the > Joint jotatID west warkinss west1ni
inss ID It f the Associated A < loclted Charities Claarltl aad the theCitizens theCIII1oa theCit
Cit Citizens zus relief committee COIIUII It tee the first firstvtsiKaling antWIS In Intc
WIS vtsiKaling tc IgaliDIt apillcatk applications > na for aid and the thener tbelalrr the3511e
lalrr ner supplying relief where wberfHf possible possibleHe possIblef
He f > xa said aid id ttet tInt John Joy Edson of the re relief relkf ¬
11 lief > f committee Iomraltt had inform IDfOlll1c1 him that thatbad tMtttlt thattbv
ttlt tbv > bad bten b en unable to securetbe curetIIe coal coalnoih coalYotwh coalab
noih ab Ii they tb usually ulouall bought through thr ugh the theloial tilell theln
loial ll ln d a deal deIe deaka rs He asked that a supply supplyor A AOr
or Pr oal be sold to the commutes colt to meet meettbt meettbc t ttb
tb tbt needs n > da ol Z the 1 hf poor poorFavors DoorFavora poorFavors
Favors a Csaf Conference CtnfereacaJr reiM reiMMr
Mr Hnd Hadfonon > iKon replied that tharawwe tharawwejn ur ur1IIAn tissrowerernsn
jn 1IIAn ny question to be considered e ta taDct eon eonUcnon eonVtJfl
Ucnon Dct Ion wilt Much a step tfP as ta UM 1MloaLug na nalumiiug vslJaIng
lumiiug aDd dibtr dllltrbutloD button of o the Lb coal etc etcYUnle tc tchilt tc tcVhlIC
YUnle hilt be was prepared to oooperste ooepentee ta tae Inary
e ary > ery I way w possible to secure the re reqiir n nQlrol4 req1Llrd
Qlrol4 qiir < J relkf be thought the results resultscouifi r rtlJlti rssltscoulti
couifi tlJlti test be attained through Ut a conter contereo conferenc
eo enc 1 < e between Iwn Secretary S retary Charles CIa F Wei WeiIf Welr WIicr
icr If r of the Associated Charities CbarIU aad Mr MrIinesburv MrLobury MrLanesbury
Iinesburv the 1h Washington agent of oftfco ofIb I j I
tfco t Ib Reading COB COl1 tompany ompany He Raid he hef h hOIJld hetOJid
f tOJid oijld reaji r Ix JolliOt lownesbory > wnesbury > lIbury to raii raiioc
011 Mr W WIir iifT i i r nut report nJ n as at to Ue O asOt
practical way wa to afford the d wired ud re reHof reIf relef
Hof HofThis
This Tbl concluded the interview and the thecommittee UtefOI8m1ltEe thecommittee
committee was W escorted to President PresidentBa INaWentr PrssldentUsers
Ba Users rs r office by Mr Coughlln Mr Doer Bajirwaa HIlerw Doerwas
was w not In I but an appointment was made madefor naadetor madefor
for 4 oclock It was the purpe purf pur 1t ire of the thecommittee tft1tt thecommittee
committee 1tt to pay Its respects to Mr MrBaer MrBHr MrHser
Baer but their other investigations pre prevented preTnttd ptsvented ¬
vented th them n from returning retarDI In time to tokeep tuI tokoep
I keep k p their appointment appointmentThe appelteatI appointmentThe
I The lake shipments lplaflDiII so far as the theItoadlng tlMi theReading
i Reading ha Company is concerned have e not notbeen INKI notbeen
been targe and their suspension MIOD because becauseof beea beeaor becauseof
I
of the close el of the transportation t on the thelakes Ut Utlab thelake
lakes lake will 111 not materially ter1all affect eet the local localmarket Iotstmarkft localmarket
market markftXiy
R Reedy y te Transport Coal CoalJ CMIJ
J 6 Sonrles the coal freight agent of ofthe oCUIe oftIme
the Pvansylvaata haMyh Railroad Kall was next nextrtoltod tYIIItK nextvisited
rtoltod He H said that his road was ready readyto reM7to readyto
to tranaporl mel I to any 7 point an Its lines linesthat It ItUtat livesUsat
that the shippers might direct Our Ourfrom Ourrn Ourboslitiss
boslitiss from which we derive our r liv living livlisg ¬
ing 1 < to the t transportation portaUOo of commodities commoditiesaad coIIIOd1t1and commoditiesand
and w would certainly not discourage discourageshipments discourageshipments 18011I 18011IalalpmeiII
shipments of any AD kind he said saidThe saidTM amidThe
The railroad rail has control of only oDI three threemining tIueemllna threemining
mining companies matI with 1th a capacity of bat
1 per cent t of the total anthracite tltraelte output outputThese outputThese Lpllt LplltT1aeM
These companies are re the Susquoaanna SusquoaannaCoal SuaqadsaisnaCoal aa aaCMl
Coal Company Coto UM Ut Mta Mineral ra Railroad and andMining MadMIDiaI sadMining
Mining Company Cola and d the Summit Branch BranchMining DruelaJilIIar BranchMining
Mining eo eoThe CompanyThe Company CompanyThe
The entire output of these mines Is I be being be beInK being ¬
ing distributed rlbut1 In t as equitable a manner manneras JnanlHMa manneras
as a possible Ibkt J 1 mills Hlln and d a Baltimore Baltimorecompany BalthltOltcompaa Baltimorecompany
company are the sales 1 agents ata for the theMonumental thelolnuaeatal theMonumental
Monumental City elt and points potD South All Allrecords Allrec Allrecords
records of distribution are kept by b them themThe e1ATIM themTlit
The home oMc aliceonly enly 8al directs t the shipment shipmentof klptMlatol
of so many ears eari to Hillls A Co sad they theydistribute tlteydh theydistribute
distribute dh as they the see It ItFalling ItFalling t tFalling
Falling Off in Quantity QuantityWe QuantitylItM
We receive lItM coal from the Lehlgh L lglt Val Valley Valnallrolld Vatley ¬
ley Railroad and ad from the Central Rail Railroad nuNtMI Itsilrood ¬
road of Nw Jersey JerH at IhlMpaburg June Junction JUReMt Junetinsi ¬
tion for distribution along our lines II but butthere butUHtre butthere
there has been a marked falling off o In the theSjuantiUes Ut UtIM1tIIUtIeIJ theqisanutlea
SjuantiUes sent t over our oqr r lines II from these thesereads UIeHlrly thesereads
reads Formerly they tlte sought a market marketaver marke1er marketover
aver er out lines II but now they are not able ableto ableto ble bleta
to meet the demands de along their own ownroads owaTho ownroads
roads The Pennsylvania Company CompufBOt does doesnot dossnot
not produce prod eet onough h coal at t any aD time l1DMIlUpplr to tosupply tosupply
supply Its own 0 dependent towns tow and andcities udcities sadcities
cities and a the withdrawal tt t f lie ship 1IIttpJlMDta shipments hlp hlpmints ¬
mints front fromtlle the other roads ha be hoan ea of rlit a amost amost
most serious rIcnM nature natureWe aatareWe natureWe
We are re even abandoning our usual usualtrade usualtrade I Itrade
trade In Philadelphia as that city dt can cansecure caaHear cansecure
secure coal from roua the Reading Read The
company LOmpa Is I sending every er ton available availableto able ableto
to the small 11 cities and towns along our ourline ourlIae ourline
line that are re entirely tlrel dependent upon us usWhat WJWhat usWhat
What coal is I delivered to t us by b the theReading theReadlq theReading
Reading reaches reaeb cur line at a t Thutlow ThutlowOur ThurlowOur TbuiiowOur
Our supply of cars Is limited and d is only onlysufficient oal oalclt onlysucieut
sufficient clt to t move the output of o our ourmines ourIoe ourmines
mines Ioe The car supply however Is Isfairly I Italrl Isfairly
fairly talrl good and the trouble is due to tothe totbe tothe
the Inability lubUlt of the mines 1 to turn out outtrough outero outerough
trough ero coal to meet the demand demandUnable demandUnaW demandUnaWe
Unable te t Handle Supply SupplyThere S SupplyThere pply
There is I as great a shortage of bt bttnmtaoaa bit hitwuhions
tnmtaoaa t coal as cf c anthracite owing owingto owl owlto
to toe Inability of the roads roe to handle handlethat 1aanclltttMat handlethat
that offered The Pennsylvania Rail Railroad Railroad iI iId ¬
road d baa been compelled to confiscate confiscatecar conlhthcate conlhthcateear
ear after ner ear of bituminous coal on its itstracks It Ittracb Itstracks
tracks to t keep their locomotives otlftS mov moving 11IO 11IOIDC movbig ¬
big All contracts trarts are being filled at atthe atthe t tthe
the old price and Indeed deed the exorbitant exorbitantprices exorbitantprices orbltant orbltantprIoea
prices are due entirely flIttrel to speculators speculatorsThe apecalatonTIM npeculatornThe
The shippers are holding 1Io1d to the old oldprice oldprtee oldprice
price priceBituminous
Bituminous coal that was formerly formerlyselling for forUI1I formerlysellIng
selling UI1I for a i or J21S 2 22i has ha recently been beenbringing beeabrI beenbringing
1 1kets
bringing brI as high aa 1 1 12 ta some mar markets martots ¬
kets The freight rate ral for coal co 1 from fromthe ho1Iatlac fromthe
the mines to Washington and d Baltimore Baltimoreis B ttbnore ttbnoreIs
is 1 only M cents at a ton more than it Is Istu Iatv isto
tu Philadelphia I believe lIeYe Johnson Bros Brosare Bnt Bntthe Brosare
are the exclusive eselasl handlers of our coal la laWashinston I IWi InWasbiactom
Washinston WashinstonMr Wi Wilr
Mr Ir Purrlne Pttrrl of nfJams James Ja Boyd A Co who whowas wbowa whowas
was wa next visited acknowledged that thatWashington thatW thatWashlngtn
Washington W had been getting the little littleend littlee littleesid
end of the coal distribution but he heknew hekH hoknew
knew of no way wa to afford relief Boyd Do Dot BoydI
4 Go are thePhiladelphla distributors distributorsof
of the Pennsylvania PenI Railroad mines minesReading mlaeaReadiDf minesReading
Reading Offers Relief ReliefCharles ReliefCharlell ReliefCharles
Charles D Norton of Charles Chari D Nor Norton Nort Nortoe ¬
ton t A Co was also visited by the com committee eGmIIItttee cornmittee ¬
mittee This firm has been making makingshipments makloeHI makingslsipionts
shipments HI to Claries Werner V Bald Baldwin Baldwin Baldwin ¬
win Johnson the Allegheny Company Companyand Copurall4 Compunysad
and others Mr Norton stated that if ifthere Ifthere Ifthere
there was no dlMculty la making kllaK ship shipments shipmettle p pMe ¬
mettle Me ta to Washington gtoa the Reading would wouldfurniah wouldrurnla wouldfurnish
furnish rurnla the ears needed neededWe neetlede neededWe
We e had eleven fll car loads moved eel to totidewater toUdewater totidewater
tidewater yesterday re aY < he continued continuedthat COIItlauedthat continuedthat
that < ve e wanted sent to Washington Washingtonbut
but the t care had to be returned to the themines theOur themines
mines Our sale salon agents have habMD been sent sentinto MDtInto sentInto
into the coal regions r to buy all U they can canand eaaaM cansad
and we have 8 paid as high as T7 T a ton a athe E Ethe t tUte
the mines minesAfter minesAfter 1
1A
After several 1 Ineffectual efforts to sea seaother weotIHtr useother
other independent operators operat the com committee COIaalttee coinmitteo ¬
mittee returned ret to Washington WuJa an OftehaC an anevening anevealag
evening train
MIGRATION 1M M M IGRA TION BILL 81 LL PUTS PUTSTAX PUTSTAX PUTSTAX
TAX OF 3 ON ALIENS
Money Thus Collected to toConstitute toConstitute I
Constitute a Permanent PermanentAppropriation PermanentAppropriation ermanent ermanentAppropriation
Appropriation to Be BeKnown BeKnown BeKnoWn
Known as the UIltntl1j < rlirnngiaint rlirnngiaintFund 1irnnrnt 1irnnrntFund r Ilt IltFundlI
Fund FundDuty FundlI FundlIDuty FundDuty
Duty Imposed by the Gov Government Government Government ¬
ernment Shall Be a Lien LienUpon LienUpon LienUpon
Upon the Vessel Vessel of Com Company Company Cornpany ¬
pany Transporting the theForeigner theForeigner theForeIgner
Foreigner ForeignerTha ForeIgnerThe
1 1TINt
TINt imErilgratlon bill which ij new jownadar OWUOll newnader
nadar cansMsration UOll by the Senate Senateprovides Ssisatprovides te tele11da
provides thai a duty of I 1 shall shallbe allanbe shallbe
be paid for every passenger not nota aot01 nota
a citison of the United States Sat Bemtalon Bemtalonof
of Canada Cuba Mextee 1 or a bonn oaa Ad Adresident Ida Ideretddeat Idareeldent
resident of these countries for cue 8 year yearcontiauouaty yearceathnNtMly yearcontinuously
continuously prior to application ppllcatlo for ad admisMoa adwho adIsIauios
misMoa who shall Mll eome by steam sail sailor sailor U Ur
or r other vessel from any Y foreign part to toaar tol tos
aar s port l within 1tJda the United Statea or by byany byaaria bysay
any aaria railway way or any aa other mode ode of trans transportation traapertatloa tressportatlos ¬
portation from foreign contiguous terri territory territory tonitory ¬
tory to the United States Stat The duty ty Is Isbe faue isbe
be paid te the eolleetor Uect r of customs in inthe latM luthe
the port or customs district to which whichthe wtalc wtalcUte whichthe
the alien passenger er comes by the U Uter morn master morntei ¬
ter agent t owner or consignee of every everyaoca eYerIIUda everyouch
aoca ouch vessel I or transportation line lineMoney I IX line4oey
Money X 4oey thus collected colleet is I to constitute constitutea ooa tte ttet
a permanent t appropriation approprlat to be called calledthe ealledtlte calledthe
the immigration Uoa fund This fund is isto Isto
to 0 be used under the direction dtree Oll of the theSecretary tltetent theSecretary
Secretary tent of the Treasury T to defray the theexpense tileu theaxpeom
expense u of regulating ImmigraHon ImmigraHonThe imalgratloThe ttoa ttoaTIle
The duty t Imposed shall be a lien upon uponthe IIPO IIPOtlte uponthe
the vessel or Os the property of the trans transportation traaatlon transportatlon ¬
portation tlon line I which ldeh brings brl aliens Ien to the theUnited uUalted lb lbUnited
United States stat The Commissioner CoauD Gen General Qenstat ¬
stat of Immigration Uon under the three dtrecttoa directloa threetie
ttoa tie of the Secretary of the Treasury Treasuryby TrtItnr7Irr rroaaryby
by agreement t with transportation lines linesmy I If linesmoy
my f however arrange the manner far farpaymrat farpa1alat farpayment
payment of the duty dat Imposed on railway railwayand rallw rallwlid railwayand
and otter transportation lines lIa bringing bringingaliens brhlclaaall bringingshoal
aliens all from Canada Mexico exlco or Cubs CabaThose CllbaT CubsThose
Those T U Be Excluded ExcludedThe Exchltlean ExcludedTb
The Tb classes c of Immigrants ta be ex exctadod excJtIdad oxcoded
coded from the United Vait States eta include includeIdiots includeIdiots lade ladelen
Idiots len Insane I persons epileptics and andpersons Adpenoae andporno
persons porno who have been insane I within withinve wltblpreYlou withindv
dv ve years previous persons who have havebad havebad y y111a4
bad two or more e attacks of 0 insanity insanityat
111a4 at t any time U previously paupers pau per persons perI persons ¬
sons likely to become bee afflicted with a aloathsome aloat aloathsome
I loat loathsome or a dangerous disease ell per persons perYO persong ¬
sons who have YO boon convicted of a tel foloay tly telsay
say y or other crime or misdemeanor or la lavohrlag 1 1YOIfIq Involviag
vohrlag moral 1 turpitude tnrplt polygamists polygamistsanarchists polygamistaisarebista aJeta aJetallAtC1t
anarchists llAtC1t or si persons who believe in or oradvocate oreeat oradvocate
advocate eeat the overthrow by b force or or orviolence orYlo orviolence
Ylo violence of all government or of o all allforms allf allforms
forms f of f law or the assassination laa loli of ofpublic 01oIktaJa ofpeWic
public omcials persons whose migra migration migration t ra ratloD ¬
tion to the th United States Stat has been boe in induced la4hae04 inducod ¬
duced by offers or agreements of any anykind anykind D Dklad
kind of labor la or work in ti this country countryNothing eoutryNotblAf countryNothing
Nothing In I the act shall 11 exclude per persons perIIODa person ¬
sons son convicted of aa offense purely purelypolitical pvel pvelpolitical purelypolitical
political not t Involving InYo moral turpitude turpitudeSkilled turpitudeSkilled
Skilled labor may be imported ported If labor laborof laltorI labotof
of the Lh like kind unemployed 1Ia cannot cannotbe ca cas cannotbe
be Zoned s In this eoaatry eoaatryThe eetlstryThe try
I The provisions H of 0 the act se applicable applicableto apUealt1eDint
to eantraet Dint labor shall not be hold to
exclude professional actors artists lee lectorers IfJCtarera leetiters
titers singers Iase ministers Ialte of any a re religious religlous ¬
ligious 0 denomination professors for forcolleges forel forcolleges
colleges el or seminaries I ariea persons belong belonging belonglug llnl ¬
lug 1 to any recaajnixeV I learned profes professkm rrof vs vssIoh a ap
skm or persona employed Iored strictly trlcU trlcUer as aspmppnal
p pmppnal 1 or domestic eerft eerftI servantsApplfcaUe servants servantsApplIcaUea
ApplIcaUea AppJioa i8n f f Law LawTa Lawi LawT
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i Ta T the classes c of aliens now excluded excludedby exludedi ax luded ludedby
i by law from admission 1loa into the United UnitedStates UolledI UnitedStates
I States Stat are to be added all aficns aleu other otherthan otllertIaaa otherthan
than dtisena cltbe of the Dominion of o Canada Canadaor
or the republic bllC of Mexico or the republic republicof
of r Cuba or boar ade residents ldeDt of the theid tbeaid thesaid
aid id dominion or republics for a con continuous conI continuous ¬
tinuous period of 0 at least one year prior priorto priorte priorto
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to seeking Mekl entrance to the United UnitedStates UnItedStates
IStata States who have attained the age of ofaf orlltee offtftees
af lltee teea years and cannot reat the Eng English EnIaquap Rag3mb < ¬
lish language or seine other language languageexcept lsngqageexcept e eexeept
except as hereinafter tor provided but any anyalien anyalien ny nyleD
alien leD other than Chinese persons or per persons JMrsons perants ¬
sons of o Chinese Chi descent now lawfully lawfullyresident lfullyI lfullyrldent lawfullyresident
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resident In the United States or any anyalien an anUe anyalien
alien Ue who may hereafter fttlt be lawfully lawfullyadmitted lawrull lawrulladmlLted lawfullyadmitted
admitted thereto t may ma bring Into the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United Stales Stat t te Join him III as members of ofhis ofhla ofhis
his family his hi wife lfe his h children under undereighteen undereIPta undereighteen
eighteen years of or age and his parents parentsor
or grandparents snutClre over Ifty years of age ageIf ageIf ae aeIf
If they are otherwise admissible Ilble whether whetherthey whethertlte whetherthey
they are a so able to read or not notFor Dotor notFor
For the purpose of testing the ability abilityof
of any alien Ilea to read the Inspection of offtcers ofAcera ofdeer
deer are to be furnished with copies of ofthe oflite ofthe
the lite Constitution of f the United Suites Suiteson Sateson t tion
ion on uniform pasteboard slips lIps each slip slipcontaining slipcontaining lIp
letatalalD containing < not loss than twenty nor more morethan moreI morethan
I than twoatyftve twth tw styIve words of said Constitu Constitution CouatttuI Constitution ¬
I tion tloa printed fn t large type in the cart various nrtIou cartova ¬
ova languages I of the countries from fromwhich fromlalcb fromahich
Iou
which lalcb aliens migrate to the United UnitedStates UnJledI UnitedStaten
States Stat or which they profess their theirability theirability
I ability 111 to toI read readKvat readMaE
MaE Be AWe t te Read ReadKaeh RMclXaeJt ReadDoeb
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Kaeh alien 1 is to t be required to read readthe readi readthe
i the words printed on the slip Up In the thelanguage t tluacaa8e thelanguage
language be may designate te ad if he hefails hefa hefalls
fails fa to read such words intelligibly be hoshall beball beshall
shall ball be refused admission oa and returned returnedto
I to the country whence he came at t the theexpense tMexpeaM theexpeiss
expense of the vessel 1 transportation transportationcompany trauportlUOftU transportttIotcoerpany
company U or corporation which brovght brovghthim broptII broyghthim
II him and a no two aliens Ben listed on The Jbel1eat Thesame Xaesame
same manifest l1eat shall ball be tested with the thesame tilelIp thesame
same slip slipFor slipFor lIp lIpPer
For every eYe violation of any y of the pro provisions prov provisions ¬
v visions against Importing Import alien labor laborthe laborthe laborthe
the person partnership company or orcorporation orCOIpOratloJl orcorporation
corporation violating Ylolatla the same by know knowingly knowlwasl knowhtgly ¬
ingly lwasl assisting slaUn encouraging or solicit soliciting soIIc Uc l lIC tlag ¬
lag the migration 1Uoa or Importation of ery eryalien rryalien ty tyallea
alien or aliens lIea foreigner or foreigners foreignersto foreIgnerto
to perform labor or service shall hall forfeit forfeitand forfeitand i iaDd
and pay for every such offeaie the sum sumof sumof 11I 11IDC
of UMO UMOThe 1 t000 t000Tue
1TIle
The physical and mental examination examinationof
of all arrling arrt 11 4ng aliens alle Is I to be made by bymedical b bJHdlral bymedical
medical omeers o otheers te of the United States StatesMaria StateslarI StatesMaria
larI Maria Hospital Service who hav hue had hadat badt hadat
at t least two years alll experience in fh fhpractice the theplllctlce thepractice
practice of their profession since iace re receiving recehln recalving ¬
calving cehln the degree of doctor of medicine medicineAll medicineAll medicineAll
All aliens ltflDII brought into this thl country in inviolation II IIviolation InvIolation
violation of law shall 11 if practicable he beimmediately heImllledlUI heimmediately
immediately sent back to the coun rica rleswhence rip ripwce ricawhence
whence wce they respectively came on the thevessels thebringing thevessels
vessels bringing them The cost of their theirmaintenance tbelrmtateaDce theirmaintenance
maintenance while hlle on land as s well wellthe as asthe asthe
the expense of the return of such u < h aliens aliensshall aUashaH allesshall
shall be borne by the owner or owner owarof ODWIIor ownerof <
of the vessels on which they respective respectively ¬
ly came
OSTEOPATHY OSTEOPATHYDtt
Dtt OBO D K1RKPATRH3K K1RKPATRH3Kn IfIREPATRICKHand
etIII n fld BeNdIng H lUll tad ad N New v York ave a nw nwIlMar ftwU awlleeee
IlMar U 9 t ta 4 5 IOM IMtF 1M i3aM
MATTERS OF INTEREST INTERESTBROUGHT INTERESTBROUGHTBEFORE
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BROUGHT BROUGHTBEFORE BEFORE SENATE SENATEMr
Mr Burrows Bill Regulating Surgical SurgicalExperiments SurzicdExperiments urgical urgicalExperjmcnt
Experiments on Hospital Pa Patients PatientsRoutine PatientsRoutjne ¬
tients tientsRoutine Routine Business BusinessAmong BusineAmo BusinessAmong
Among Amo the matters engaging the at attention attentlol attentlon ¬
tention of o the Semite yesterday re after afternoon afternoon rter rternooo ¬
noon were tb the following followingMr
Mr Burrow Introduced I keG a bill for forbidding forblddlD forbidding ¬
blddlD bidding surgical experiments ex t on paUents paUentsin
in hospitals in the Dmtrtot ilet of Columbia Columbiaunless ColumbiaI ColumbiaUBIOr
unless I the consmt of the patient had hadbeen hadbeflll 1usdbeen
been obtained btalltfJd in Menace advnnoA MenaceA II IIA
A bill introduced introds by Mr Hale fixes the thea theqe theage
a qe e of admission Iloa te UM Naval Academy Academybetween AeadeaarMheeJI Academybetween
between seventeen and twenty yean yeanThe r rThe yearsThe
The present limit to ftfteea fleee aDd twenty tweatyone tweat tweatOIM
one year yearThe yean yearsThe
The repeal of th t tjdscegt f1esert land law 1 and andthe aadtbe andthe
the law authorizing utltorl the entry try of timber timberand tlaabeJtd tlinbetand
and Jtd atone land Ja under hd toe placer mining mininglawa mininglaws ala alaIw
laws Iw and also lito the provision of the thehomestead Utehad thehomestead
homestead law permitting tttt the commuta commutation eotaUoa comnmutalion ¬
lion of homestead entries Is purposed purpoMdlD purpoMdlDa ta taa hia
a bill bllllatrodtaNtl introduced by Mr Quarles QuarlesMr Qurlealr QusriosMr
Mr Galling GUtDAM Introduced raroduced b roducd a bill billeatabllahla for forestablishing fOrestablishing
eatabllahla establishing a corps cer po of trained nurses nursesin nursesin
in the Ut UtMr navy navyMr navyMr
Mr Lodge Introduced a measure measureauthorising measureauthorlelog r ruthorlal
authorising uthorlal 0 officers of the army ar to act actas aeta actas
as a chiefs c lel and iUad assistant tt chiefs of the theconstabulary theconstabulary
constabulary COftatabul of the Philippines PhilippinesA P1I11t P1I11tA I
A bill authorising autltorbM the Spanish Claims ClaimsCommission Clal ClalContlaal ClaimsCommlsatoui
Commission n to talc take oogatsance ee of claims claimsgrowing Clal ClalfiJfag claimsgrowing
growing out of injuries caused by the thedestruction UtedoatnteUon thedestruction
destruction of the ti battleship ttJeeh1p Maine Mala In Inthe lathe litthe
the harbor ber of Havana 11 was presented presentedby prttdby presentedby
by Mr Morgan MorganA Mor MorA
A joint jol resolution a providing for 01 a com commission cornmission I I11I110
mission to Inresdgate the pension laws lawswas Jawswaa lawswas
was introduced IRtr uceti by Mr Seou The author authorpurposes attorptlrHlMa authorpurposes
purposes that the eommission shall hall con consist conIa con51st ¬
sist Ia of two t 0 Senators and a three Repre Representatives KepreHntattVetl Reprssenttives ¬
sentatives It la I given slve authority to tomake toaaake tomake
make inquiry Into the advisability of o oprolialOft a aprovision aprovision
provision for pensions to all n persons personswho perao peraowho purseswho
who served rv rved d ninety llIet days or more JD re in the thecivil UtecIvil lb lbcivil
civil war warMr warr warMr
Mr r Penroie chairman of the laud Immigration 11811aUoR laudgratlon ¬
gration aUoR Committee called up the Immi Immigration ImmlSTAtion lamigration ¬
gration bill which passed the t House Housemat IIoUNJut lion lionlast
mat session Ion after which the Senate ad adjourned adjotereeI adJournod ¬
journed out of respect re peet to the memory memoryof
of Representatives Rpr8H lattf DeGraffenreld De Oranreld and andSheppard adSbepptUt1 andSheppard
Sheppard of Texas TexasIN T TexasIN a aIN
IN CRITICAL CONDITION CONDITIONSmith CONDITIONJa CONDITIONJame
Ja Jame Smith th a yniia ysu nolOMd cJIeNd usa of 1 South SouthWMSJMfftoa 50utIaia SouthWs
WMSJMfftoa Ws iuigtoa to la a critical condition at Freed rrcedIhMpftal JIreeda FreedeaRa
eaRa a IhMpftal M tile matt of a blow said id to tohave tobaftI tohave
have beat heisted 1dIet by William Kelly two twoweeks twopo twoweekisgo
weeks weekisgo weekisgoGRIFFITH ago agoGRIFFITH poGRIFFITH
GRIFFITH ESTATE CONTEST CONTESTThe
The cooLest over tfc p estate o ot the late 14 Wilton WiltonW WIhmaw 0 0W
W OrMnth was bama today before Justice JmtieeENTERTAINMENT JUItiHBanrd JusticeBarnard
Banrd lituc Ir JIIGIIee JIIGIIeeENTERTAINMENT buisbua buisbuaENTERTAINMENT
ENTERTAINMENT PLANNED PLANNEDcoUrtainmeBt PLANNEDa
An a coUrtainmeBt iamat for the hearSt of the tbrHOUK tbfoJw theBoise
Boise of Merry em Is to be given i December 29 at atthe atthe atthe
the New Willard linteL
HERDSMEN CONTRACT CONTRACTFOOT CONTRACTFOOT CONTRACTFOOT
FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE DISEASESpread DISEASESpr DISEASESproad
Spread Spr ad ef Infection Araaag Amla Cattle in inRhode inR1Iode inRhode
Rhode Island Growing GrowingAlarming GrowiRlAlar Growia GrowiaAlarming
Alarming AlarmingPROYID Alar AlarmingPflOYIDDNCZ ing ingPROYlDBHCB
PROYID PROYlDBHCB NCK R I Dec 4T LIlIto LIlItoot el elspread
spread of the foot and month IHtItbaJIaOq A Aamong disease diseaseamong
among cattle In this State StateMon Is shinning nmrmtngMora shinningMore
Mora Infected cattle are aredall discovered discovereddaily discovereddaily
daily dailyA dall
dallIt
A now feature of the situation has de developed doveiopsd e eloped ¬
veloped loped It Is discovered that two twoWH men menwho menwho
who have been tending teadla herds in North NorthProvidence NorUIProvidence NorthProvidence
Providence and Lincoln have ha the disease diseaseBlisters ell ellBllsten diseaseBlisters
Blisters have appeared on the interior interiorof laorof Interiorof
of their mouths oulh and ad both have baY high ltIeYen highfevers highfevers
fevers feversCLAIMS feversCLAIMS eYen eYenCLAIMS
CLAIMS DAMAGES FOR FORHER FORHER FORHER
HER HUSBANDS CRIME CRIMED CRIMEDtdar811 CRIMEDoclarern
D Dtdar811 cJar He CUte Mttriar urdor Under UnderInSaaBce U1MIerIRftue UnderInduenca
InSaaBce IRftue ce el f Liqaar Litt Liqu Unlawfully UnlawfullyS u1a UnlawfullySold wfllHy wfllHySoW
S SoW M OH R H Holiday HrWayTOR HolidayTIhRI lU y yTKRR
TKRR TIhRI HAUTB Ind la Dec 4 Ibe 4Thewife The Thewife I Iwll
wife wll of Lee Phillips recently sent to toprison toprillOll toprison
prison for life lit for the tb murder of Charles CharlesMarkla Claar ClaarIrkl CharlesMartin
Martin has brought suit for 10 10tIunapa P0000 P0000damages 19006 19006damages
damages against the administrator of ofMarkins oflarkls ofMartins
Martins estate on t the e ground r0ua4 that tbata SSK SSKto shr shrIs
to deprived of the ripport of her bus husband 1utIIDd bushand ¬
band Dd through Markiiis Karkb violation Iat Of f the thetaw UteJaw thelaw
taw in selling iliac aim liquor on a legal togalholiday legalhoilday 1 1ltol1da7
holiday under the influence of which IIdrle IIdrlecommitted ii iicommitted a acommitted
committed the murder murderMASCAGNI murderMASCAGNI urder urderMASCAGNI
MASCAGNI ORCHESTRA ORCHESTRAIN
IN MORE TROUBLE TROUBLESPR1NGF1BLD TROUBLESPRrlNGFtBLD TROUBLESPEINGPIILD
SPR1NGF1BLD Mass Dec 4 4MIt 4MItteatlial Mlt Mlttenihal
tenihal Bros Dr Pro who caused Mascagnfa ar arrant rreM arrest ¬
rant in I Boston a month ago secured securedwarrants securearraata securedwsrrnnts
warrants In this t city for the arrest or orPletro 0 0Pietro ofPistro
Pletro Schtavaszl tenor t or Antonio Bel Bellati BelJatl Bethall
hall baritone and nd Aeglde de Jachia Jaeh1aARt assist assistant assistant ¬
ant conductor for breach of contract contractDeputy coDtraetDepot contractDeputy
Deputy Sheriff Miller arrested Sehia Sehiavassi SehiaYsazi
vassi 1 just before the opening of the theconcert tlt8concert theconcert
concert bat took Sig Belterti violinist violinistinto TlOIIRlato violinistinto
into custody by b mistake for Delimit BeitatlManager Bellatllter DelimitManager
Manager > lter Heard got Jacbla aad Beitatl Beitatlout Belwloat Bellatiout
out of town and Dd secured MC1I bonds for the therelease lIIoreJuae therelease
release of Schisvaxxi who sang < ta the theconcert UtecOIICert theconcert
concert tonight tonightSeller tOl tonightDel Pt Pthllertl
Seller hllertl Del lerti tl was al allowed towed to remain in cus custody cwat0d7 custed ¬
tody ted long loa enough e to give BeUatl ample ampletime ampletbM amplotime
time to get away awa before the U deputy deputysheriff deputyMer deputysbrg
sheriff Mer should discover the mistake A Ahearing Altearlq Ahearing
hearing will be given in I Scblavaxxls Scblavaxxlscase 8citlavaulcae Schiavazziscase
case In this ctty r December 12 12MR U UMR 12MR
MR COLES APPOINTED APPOINTEDMalcolm APPOI1fTEDMaleDbu APPOINTEDMalcolm
Malcolm A Cotes was appointed ssakn ssaknant u sssitant wt wtat
ant United States Sta attorney ttonae for the Uteera east eastern eastera ¬
era district of Virginia yesterday The Theappointment TheIIJtIa4Dtmeat TheappoIntment
appointment was made by Judge L 1 L LLewis 1 1Le LLewis
Lewis Le the United States Stat Attorney At Atthat for forthat forthat
that jurisdiction Mr Coles is chief chiefdeputy ddefdeput ddetdeputy
deputy United States Sta Marshal serving servingunder IIeIT1DSunder servingunder
under United States Stt tates Marshal Morgan W WTreat WTreat WTreat
Treat
f flKINGS KINGS PALACE PALACEDEPARTMENT PALACEI
I D DEPARTMENT E P A R TMENT STORESII STORES STORES8IO8I28I4
II I 810812814 7th 7thS Street et s i 5 < 715 I5 Market Market Space sp t
6PENING 6PENINGFancy OPENNGFancy PEra k IN G GFancy
Fancy Goods Dept DeptJ DeptJet
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iffmtxi lrllwtna at iaptivatinK prir prirMtravrf pri4 rioc Alt AltmgravcI 11 11rwra1
Mtravrf frrr frf fr inmk M laiil aai asik ix k cliti clitifiillv deI deIfull clerftitl
full fiillv till t ill I hri hritmas tm3l ma
I OPENING OPENINGToys OPEN OPENINGToys ING INGToys
Toys Games and Dolls Dollsra
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thmnl Ii nli f thitttI and novel noveluantitie ft TrvrI TrvrIrn f ft
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Green Ti Ticket ket Sale Sale3WANTEDHUom
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WHHII TOMORROWS To ORRoy BI lunR YERS MAY SKH q r RE ft AT irsr In A TRinE ABOVK Bun AO AOTtAL AlTLU Al WTIAL
TtAL WHOLESALE QUOTATIONS THESE TJlI ITEMS In s ONLY fiSt TELL I RT OF THE THESTORYTHE TInToRYTHF TIlEtThItYTHE I
STORYTHE TRICE rRI < E PART IARTTIIE leTnit THE OTHER sl IlL i Llt IN Tilt VtALlTY
TailorWear Department Departmentot
ot 70 for Childs Coat Coatvljy Coato Coatri
1 79
vljy ri o 7 worth S300 S300Childrens 300 300Cblldrtn 300Childrens
Childrens Coats in the fashion fashionable rhlonable fashionable ¬
able and desirable allwool melton meltoncloth meltonclotb nteltoncloth
cloth auto styles the showing < con contains coat contains ¬
tains t lna blues reds and Maton ton cut cutextra cutextra cutextra
extra long and nd braid trimmed eith either cithcv 1tJ1 1tJ1ft ¬
er notch or large sailor collars ages aa aaG
6 to 14 4 years era regularly plarl1 ft Green OreenTicket GreenTIcket GreenTicket
Ticket price 1i P79 P79A 179
A 7 for Childs Coat Coatworth Coate CoatLwotJ
2 45
LwotJ e worth 54 and S5 S5Mlflges 55l1lea 5 5Misses
Misses and Childrens Allwool AllwoolEnglish AllwoolJCDIUsb AllwoolEnglish
English Melton Cloth Auto Coats Coatselaborately Cotslabortly CoststIaborately
elaborately trimmed large sailor sailorcollars aallorcollar sailorcollars
collars full dress dre lengths blues bluesbrowns blu blubrowns bluesbrowns
browns castors aDd reds red sizes 1 6 to toof
14 year very stylish and much de desired d dalreet tieaire ¬
sired aire usually uauall 4 and IS Green Tick Ticket Ticket ck cket ¬
et price P45 P45qz 245 15
qz 6 SO for Coats Coatsworth Coatsworth coats coatsUJU
UJU worth worth SIO SIOLadl 10 10Ladles 10Ladles
Ladles Ladl and Misses IIIHS Monte Carlo Carloand Carlond Carloand
and nd Box Coats purchased from one oneor ODedt oneti
or ti Now N w Yorks cremost t makers makersmade mskntmade makersmade
made of the best quality American AmericanWoolen AmericanWoolen AmericanWoolen
Woolen Mills Kersey 17 1loebea inches long longblack 10aKblck longblacks
black blacks tans and Dd castors penile Tel velvet Telvet vetvet ¬
vet collar cuffs cutr and pocket trim trimmed trlmnaed trimmed ¬
med tailormade and stitched and andlined andlined
lined d throughout produced to sell sellat ash ashat 11 11at I
at 10 Green Ticket cket price H50 H50v i 550 550AflI 50 50S
AflI v A for Suits SuitsVorth SuitsfJUU
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fJUU U Worth 10 10A 10A 10A
A special lot of stylish st7U b and nd task fashionable tasklonabic b bionble ¬
ionable Walking Suits Suit blue and andblack andblack DCl DClblack
black Hfrctn ffrf tll Melnu et Oli clotU Norfolk Norfolkstvle Norftkatle Norfolkstyle
style jackets Msd u < l full Hare dIu ftto skirts skirtsalso skirt skirtsalso
also 1110 some Gibson set Norfolk uNorfulkWalking NorfolkWalking NorfolkWalking
Walking and Dreas Dre Lulta uIU with or orwithout orltbout orwithout
without ltbout velvet collar eoll r twtefully and andproperly aDdJtro andproperly
properly Jtro ly designed and tailored tailoredworth tlloredworth taIloredworth
worth no 10 1Gspecial special IiIM 500 500q 60
q Q 3 F for Skirts Skirtsworth Skirs Skirso Skirts4oOtY
2 8 5
4oOtY o worth worthStylish 5 5Stylinh 5Stylish
Stylish blue and Wars bl 1t Walking WalkingSkirts WakngSkirts akDr akDrSkirts
Skirts flounced bottom heavily heavilystitched htaviyUtcked hcavlystitched
stitched alao some 110 strapteam ef effects effect effects ¬
fects fect full flare flounce some somestyles IIOlBfIslyl somestyles
styles slyl too with white stitching tltchln all allfashionable allfashionable n nfahlonble
fashionable and rt Mlt denirabl irabl < sold soldusually soldusually JtI JtIusually
usually at 1 1 Green Ticket price priceWM priceS21i
WM
MillineryDepaiImenf MillineryDepaiImenfc Millinery Department Departmentfor Department35C
35C c for Hats worth worth75c worth75c worthJIP
JIP 75c to SI50 SI50Ladies 150 150IAdJ 150Ladles
Ladies IAdJ and Xts94 Iu Untrimmed Untrt UntrtRdrtower sad sadReadytowear sadReadytowear
Readytowear Hats flats turbans turbansstMpherdesses turlJaDaalMpbeldeuttl turbansshepherdesses
shepherdesses readytowear and aadwalking aMwaUtlne andwalking
walking shapes aha either plain or orscratch 01tcb osscratch
scratch tcb felts blacks blues Jal castors castorsbrowns eutera euterabIowaa cantorsbrowns
browns grays 11 gi sys aDd tau tauplaia also some somePlata seineplain
Plata white and twotone twotODeThe styles stylesThe stylesThe
The readytowear styles t are aretastefully aretat aretastefully
tastefully tat un trimmed with ribbon ribbonquills libltoaaquUIa ribbonsquills
quills etc some me veil eLt worth 9130 9130Green iiO iiOGreea 110Green
Green Ticket price 16e 16e69C 5c 5cQC c cfor
69C QC f for ° r RcadytoWcar RcadytoWcarU7 RcadytoVeartints
U7 U Hats worth 150 150Ladies 150LadlH 150LadIes
Ladies fir liew 1 e eI aDd Childrens ChildrensDrnpad CbIl4f1IOm CbiIenaDrrpsd
Drnpad Om Readrtowear Hats Hat neatly noatlvdraped ntlTdraped neatlydraped
draped buckle and scarf lKrtll js shepherd sbepberdess nI nIen
ess and walkin shapes bapeebluee blacks blacksblues blek blekblues
blues castors and royals regularly resuJarly12i
12 12i and 150 Green Ticket price priceWe prIeeQe priceaSe
We We9C aSenc 9C nc for Birds and Fancy FancyFeathers FancyFeathers
7 Feathers worth SOc 50cGenuine 5Ocalne SOcGenuine
Genuine Imported Birds black blackblue ItJaek ItJaekblu blackblue
blue blu red etc also Iso large showing of offancy ofhacy ofFancy
fancy Feathers the most popular popularhat popaIarhat popularhat
hat trimmings worth We Special SpecialGreen SpecIalGrM SpecialGreen
GrM Green Ticket day Cc Ccoc c cOCC c95C
95C OCC for Draped DrPcdJ DrapedVelvet DrNpedflu
J flu J Velvet Hats HatsDrap HatsDra HatsDraped
Drap Dra Draped d Silk Velvet Hats Ht In all n the thebest thebefit thebest
best shapes including shepherdess shepherdesswalking slaeplaerdeaawalklq shepherdesswalking
walking shapes and Gainsborough Gainsboroughmade Galnllboroapmd Gainaborotughmade
made md of the best quality velvetta velvettahandsomely TeIYettaband30lDely velvettahandsomely
handsomely draped and ready read for fortrimming lortrlanafne fortrimming
trimming Green Ticket price tie 9kq 5c
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9J0LjJ lJ < 4i worth 5 and J6 J6An 16An 6 6An
An overstock from our own work workrooms workrooms ork orkrooms ¬
rooms The designs are re the seasons seasonsmost 1IeUIOIt 1IeUIOItt seasonsmost
most t favored Parisian and London Londonstyles Loodoatrl Londonstyles
styles atrl They The are silk velvet draped drapedfelts drapedtelts drapedfelts
felts and Dd tailormade styles stI trim trimmed tr trJDed trimused ¬
med with birds wings plumes plumesfeathers pl plfeath plumesfeathers
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