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THE TAi WASHINGTON YA HLUJTON TIMES THURSDAY THrR DAY DECEMBER 4 t 1 1902 g
FATHER CUM LEADS LEADSMass LEAOSBIG ftSBIG
BIG ENOEAVOR RALLY RALLYMass
Mass Meeting Marks Close Closeof Closeof Closeof
of Gathering CatherinePRAISE GatheringPRAISE > 5 5PRAISE
PRAISE FOR THE PRESIDENT PRESIDENTFounder PRESIDENTFoun41er
Founder af Society Tel Tells These Free Freeent Pn Pneat Present
ent of His n Recent Rec8RtTOIIr Tour of K1tNpe Ettnleand Bttt Btttami K1tNpeaIIc1
and Revival ef BraagsHsw Bn BnTb BraagsHswThe
The Tb Rev Francis Jlraad B Clark founder founderan1 f totonderand
and prt president > sldeat of t the Christina Cllrlatlaa1lKlea Cllrlatlaa1lKleandf1 Endeavor EndeavorSocioty
Socioty orIcty ndf1 Y Ml I the rally of the Christian ChristianKtKiravorera etarttIaEnrkavonnl Cbrltlantnaeavoreta
KtKiravorera at a the Calvary Calar Baptist Baptistnurch Baptistr1urlh Bzptl st
lurch yesterday 1eft The president of In InprLanizatton t tI the theorcanixatlou
prLanizatton I anizaUoa sad hto Ie three associates aaoelate8th aseoctatet
1 th 1 b < > R Rv v Clarence B 1 Bbermaa field sec secntaiy seer
r ntaiy J far ray William Will Sbaw bsw W treasurer tre r andG and andl aDelCUrJtC
l CUrJtC G < urge B Graff a OeaL publlcatloa agent l ar arrivi arr
rivi r i t rt in Washington at t 10 oclock ye yetr yes yesr eII eIItnla
tr tnla r < Jay morning They Tbeo were met at tbe tbeptiiirn tbeIirn thettirn
ptiiirn Iirn by t to > y a committee eomettt of local pastorIh pastors pastorsTV peeto peetoommttt4te
TV Ih ommlttee was w composed aND 0 of the fol follnwinR follwinlt folFN
FN lnwinR ini mtatetcrs mtatetcrsTh m
Th T fl Rev M Bos ROM Ftohbura MIa Mount MountTkasant MMUltPIatant MeantTI
Tkasant TI at ant Congregational Church the tbeIt tteeJ theTt
It J v c C Cotetnaa pastor lItor of 0 West WestWashington WntW Westivt
Washington W ivt hinlrtOO Baptist Church the Rev RevK ReTE Revi
K i B Bagby pastor of 0 Ninth Street Streetriristiao guestttrittaa t tClritiaa
riristiao Church U 1 D Clark Friends JJ FrIadaSot FriendsSoriety a ai
Sot Soriety i iety It Y the Rte v Stanley Staale JUIIbetoer JUIIbetoeri JIll JIllintft01r11 BIIhs er
intft01r11 i irgrtown Lutbern Church the Rev RevJ anJ RevJ
J H straughn Mount Tabor Methodist MethodistProtestant MettProtf MetbidiatFrotvstant
Protestant Protf > lant Church the U Rev 0 W Bart Bartn BDrtnr
n nr r lnitEd l nited Brethren Church Clawe and Dd the theKtv tINnv t tTtvv
Ktv J Russell Verbrycke VerbryckeThe Verlr7ekeTht Verb7ckeThe
The committee escorted Father Fatherrark Fat Fatrark Fstbetark
rark ark as he to called eal by b the t tri thousands thousandsr
f1 ri r Christian Bndeajrorers > dadt orers aad the theoar otUer otUeroffirrs otWrofftr
offirrs oar era > TB to the Ratolgh Rale Hotel where wherelun wIleNlUDhflOti w bless
lun luncheon < heon was servedMall served servedMaac tI WId WIdMi
Mall Mi Meeting Reid XeMA w wi
A i mass meeting etl which marked Ie4 UM UMclose t tclosp thedose > > >
close of the rally nalI in n the District ef Co Columbia COlumtla Columbia ¬
lumbia wan held ta the Sunday scltool scltoolhousr s o I I1wu
house 1wu 1 of Calvary Baptist Church Cbareknight met laMnight metnight
night Father Vt Clark CIa was w given n a roue roueing reaInR
ing 1 nil welcome welcomeOwen fllcom801ln
Owen P Keller chairman of the t Dto Dtotriit 018trilt Dtstrict
triit Christian Cbrlat laD Endeavor Union Viii preetd preetdr d df
f r fl < l at the meeting Ilfft IDS Dr Clark and andthree ids htothroe lata1hrf
throe 1hrf assistants occupied seats t en n nplatform the theplatform tileIlatform
platform with Chairman JCeltor 1Cell The Theflrt TJwfirt
flrt flrr t speaker was the U Rev K Ctarenee CtareneeKb CiantJMeEbl
Ebcrman Ebl Kb < > rman field secretary ecretar of the eoetetJHp Nob NobHv society societyHf h
Hf urged ur the young youn < < people ople to jots In the thefcork tMork t k
fcork ork that Is bring btln < < carried oa by hope hopeful 1aopfo1ul hopeSul ¬
ful leaden h aden who believe 1M1 that dIRtall eventually eventuallyall esat rapt
all the I be world will be wen ever for forChrist f febrlst So Sohriet r
Christ ChristDr ebrlstDr hriet hrietDr
Dr Clark opened his address by paying payinga pa paa
a tribute to Washington Wasbln < < tOD and the t Wash Washington W Wlngton Washlngton ¬
lngton Christian Kndeavor workers H Hd HQfClarEd C Cdecbred
QfClarEd d clared that he always alwa regarded rqa ecI the thealonal t
2 alonal at lanai Capital aa a Chrisiin Endeavor Endeavorstronghold EDd Endea Endeastronghold von
1 strongholdThe stronghold strongholdThe I rOD < < bold boldTile
The speaker praised President Presldeatpll Roast Reosevoit
voit pll It and referred fprretS to him bl a as an Ideal Ideald Kn Knd a atkavorer
d tkavorer < avorer He declared that themistie the opti optimistic opUnltl ¬
mistic nltl spirit of the Chief Sxecat Sxecatahosld Executive Executiveho
Jb1d ho M be b adopted by lbs the Endeavor Eadea EadeaNil T ndea r work workir wor worors
Nil ir and added that tba t a society IMMlet with thai thaispirit t tspirit
spirit must win In a crusade against againstevil agal agalevil
evil 11 Father Clark spoke of his hi hiscvnt N recent NIt ¬
cent It tour around tbe world w rld sodthat and said saidthat 61 61J
that J hat In evtrjr enr country he found earnest earnestDiriKtian ear earChri ears earsthristian esl
DiriKtian Chri tlaD Endeavor workers Bven I ta isletter the thelejuT tMJtI
letter JtI Ir colony on the Island 11a of Molokal Molokala MoIoIca1ociel M Ma
a tocielv ociel existed existedPastors e eciatedPastors lt ltPutors
Pastors Conference CoaieruceTht CoafereaeeThe ConferenceThe
The opening meeting UDS of the rally rallyheld 11 11hl wafi wafihoid
held hl i < t yesterday afternoon afteTD afternoap It was w a pas pastor putor psiors ¬
tor + ors conffronce and D4 was conducted condaetedI by Pr PrFather
1 Father I ather Clark He confined his I a rmarks re remarks r rD1arkl r ¬
marks chiefly cbld to his observations on his hisjvnt bl blrlIt h hT is
jvnt T cent tour of Europe He spoke of t the therrvivsl tlMTflval I Irrvtval
rrvivsl of or the evangeltotlc spirit In I larupe Bu Burij BaTlrt
Tlrt rij > e and said be was of the opinion t tall that thatall tlaatB het
all B 11 the world would soon oa oamonneat share sharemorc tbe tbernovricent
rnovricent morc meat which Is I now especially apedallyin strong strongin atJoa atJoain
in England E laad and nd Germany The 1Iaepeaker 1IaepeakerBLo speaker speakeraUo i iaLw
aUo touched on the meetings motet he heldth held ta tath Iat
th t h arctic circle and of l the Ie growth growththe of ofth Dflh
J
th the < Christian l hrl laD Endeavor movement mevaeatu t ta taEurooe IraLl1reQe
Eurooe EurooeThe Ll1reQeThl u reoe reoec reoeThe
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The KM G Campbell C1m bell Morgan who whotc tft tftductiDft Is Isconducting
tc conducting ductiDft a series of revival 1 meetings meetings5i medha medhaI 13 13it j
5i I thJs thl city slcresaed kre UM paU psuwra psuwraI > rs He Heared Hef s
I f l ared that the I tw evaag eIIMI ltocls spiritb spirit 111 111lromrs to toVomirg
Vomirg b cmrg active all over UM Unit Unita UnltsU UnltsUiiutts ed 4
iiutts a au and < 1 promtaea prOlll well w1ifer II for tbqCkrt tbqCkrtwork theChris theChriswork CIu1
work ot th t the future hat Tie r Rev Rev J lButler G QButler GDUller i
Butler pastor past of f the L Lutharaa Lat LatC IttkeauG ilemsrisl ilemsrisltrrcb I
trrcb C t rch cb aid lade an a asVtnM ad t trras About Aboutfifty 1 1fifty Aral twtat1If t
fifty 1If j local ministers DIaten atU stts44 14 daM eon eonIrence COIIlrence
Irence IrenceTht lrenceTh 1 rcnce rcnceT
Tht Th T hi second meeting t war wa t + t 4 4ok a aNat coafereacr coafereacrM Otflrear
M Nat ok t of the th societies of he INyirtot INyirtotv I ii iic
v ro rf repr sea i at the mevtlug r rwas Mch 1dc1aas Mchas
was > as addr addn addrewd i < ed ry y UM tae Itcv It 1ev ClaIMeEIIrman Clam Clstince ClstinceEJxrman r s tes
EJxrman Ets rman At I octocs Mr Shaw Shsudul 1 1dw co codu res es
dul du < tcl te I a < esnfeeaee ttf < jr nee oa l 101 l society societywork sect secta letT letTork tr
work a ork Mr Qraff an
addressed tills meet meeting meetJDIt s slog ¬
log At Us II conclusion a CUKtinn Ccistinnalt > Ca Cail Ea8vor l
alt il < avor ten was served ta the San Sua1a Sua1abnol Suas lay
s bnol l itors ccs at c else he e ehnrch e 1L Twotit Two Twot bun bunor
t tit I or r more Chris CIIrIataa tisa RiUs B Hlav >
naera r norol < r < at attiii attI1 a at t
tI1 t tiii nd < > d and Dr Clark awl 1 his ht thr tb threw threwetstat as aseihanta Hflllalit
etstat eihanta ts wore Wfr lbaets the u guests tt j boner bonerlifterdlnnir Mer Ar Arfcft AIrlrdID
fcft lifterdlnnir rlrdID rdinncr r address ea WortsWIEndeavor WorHWIie WorHWIieEnUtavor Worl < tWIh tWIhEnlknor k
Endeavor was delivered deU I bf William WilliamITALY Willa Willat 11I 11I11I1I as
11I1I 11I1IITALY t haw hawITALY
ITALY TO 3A UTlCLPATB UTlCLPATBAT TICIPATB TICIPATBAT TICIPATZBAT
AT ST LOUIS EXPOSITION EXPOSITIONHOME EXPOSITIONQU KXPOsIT2 KXPOsIT2ROME Olt
HOME QU Dec 4Ts 4 > Th ability aI Illt of Thomas ThomasL nao naoL Thom ThomI ta
L I Cridler os otiaimisuIMr mitojr for the theLouie St StLoui 8tLoul
Louie BauD appears to have her tri triumih triUIPIb Li Litrmt M
umih trmt hl4 < < l over the hesitation Itatioa of tbe I Ital Italian ItalJan lair ¬
ian government whose participation putlelpatloathe ta tath I
the th exposition e to now ow practicallysurest practically plaeticaUraurtd aa aasured
surest suredWASHINGTON aurtdYJASHINGTOti surestWASHINGTON
WASHINGTON PEOPLE AT ATHEW ATHEW ATNEW
HEW YORK HOTELS HOTELSA HOTELSAarT HOTELAsst S
A AarT Asst tTT rT M Wllkiae Ilk J W BurlL BurlLCriterion INtILlltwiooc BeeiLIntrrioYlC
Criterion lltwiooc C Ji JiJjvirvtl JIKOb JIKObtIA Jsrnhes Jsrnheskr
Jjvirvtl kr n tIA A K I lJu11Caif lJu11Ca L Rubs Rubsra
ra if I heflt trarovG < j K t Rebcru M a Casv Casv1taath C Cnun 1Ia 1IaQlan Tea
nun M L H iloushGrindl 1taath 1taathUi4iiiR Ioth IothGoIA
Ui4iiiR S McKrney 1r genoy Mm II aL IIHotfnMr MUls 1k
HotfnMr H in Mr a sal nd d Mn F L M WbesI Wboder W 0 0clmim
Col CoIUIft CoIUIftlJa clmim clmimHllandW nun nunIt
It HllandW lJa llasdN d M Pane PaneHtnhattmanr VVMn VVMnUinhauaa
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a Msrlistnn rJbt hJ stn stntirrrek Nt NtSrn
Srn tirrrek T Ttumtt ftt W Oa1lYlab F n
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1
THE T HE PRESIDENT GREETS GREETSSANITARY GREETSSANITARY GREETSSANITARY
SANITARY DELEGATES DELEGATESThird
Third T hird Days Session of Conference Devoted to the Read Reading Reading Reading ¬
ing of Papers and Reports
Delegates to t the ceaTUtMa coaveatl of the thetaattary theitarJ
taattary sa saat nitary itarJ conference o of the be A A1Mt American Americanrepublics
n republics met for the third days daJat day session sessionat
at t the New Wlliard WII Hotel this UdaUIaC morning morningThe mwsiagThe
The meeting UIaC was devoted to the reading readingof
of 0 papers and the report of the advisory advisorycommittee adflaolTettM advisorymmittee
committee co mmittee At noon the delegates del at attended ata attaded ¬
t tended a reception given in their honor honorhy r rby
by President Roosevelt RooseveltIs
Is 1 thema u the t uUe Ito the only agent agentthrough agentrough t ttbro
through tbro th rough which yellow fever Is s traItJ traopmitted traItJmltted trans transmitted ¬
mitted was the theme of an interest interestIng ltateretI
isa Ing I d paper pa r read by Dr C J Fttttay chief chiefsanitary ehl ebk t tsaaltalJ
sanitary sa nitary officer of CubaAddresses CIIMAddrn Cuba CabsAddressee
Addresses Addrn were also made by Dr Jo Joseph Joepb 10pia ¬
seph epb pia T Porter State health ltJr otscer of ofFlorida ofPlorhla ofFlorida
Florida on 0 Simplicity in I Sanitary Butta ButtaJlleaS1l1ftl
Measures Passed Amlstint Burgee argeca argecaB 11 < < a 8
B Onibbs United States 8ta Public Health Healt1ttJ
and an 1ttJ d Marine Hospital Service erHce oa Ves V VI Vesssls
sels I as Carriers of Mosquitoes MOICIIt and aDdCLOSE andOFPOUES
CLOSE OP OFPOUES POTTERS POTWOfficers POTTERSANNUAL
ANNUAL GONVENTION GONVENTIONOfficers UNVEMTINfficers
Officers O fficers for Ensuing Ennui Yea YeaChosen Year YearChosen YearChoseA r
Chosen at Final Session SessionThe
The annual coaventioa eoeu of the faster Kutamaad t < < 11 11eaten
lad Western eaten local assoctations of the UNUalt thefatted >
United Ualt States Potters Aanactotfoa iUoa wua w a
brought two to a close e at the Ua New WMtar4 WMtar4Hotel W4J W + J k 34 34Hotel r d
Hotel f old last night lpL The cvenian t isenin reaJ a awas i sm smt or orwas
was devoted t to the ta dtecosa dlseaado oi h ot r II IItlile w wthine
tta tlile business but tbe election of OC o otIt otIttbe oil owlors + crr
aad the twentyfourth Manual I IW Magnet MagnetWaWegtoa baaqwetWasMngton
WasMngton W was selected eelect as tie t next nextptoce Bestpce
ptoce pce pl ace of meeting meetingThe ateetl ateetlTbe ateetfgThe
The following oito + a sere erc elected fItoct M Mthe for forthe IrtlM r
the coming year Hr President Joseph JoftPIt O OLee 1 1L1rpool VRust
Lee l Cast Liverpool Ohio ltlo Scat vin vinprestdeet Tt vlpreeldest t tPNUdeet
prestdeet James Ja S XorrU torrs 01Ta Trentoa T TnvrtoaJ < < I X XJ NJ
J second rice presioeiit W N A a I Wslls WsllsKast WGIIBut +
But Liverpool phij Olah ticnaryy se tarr U UHealer HHder t
Healer Jut Liverpool Laft opeol Onto e mad it treaa treaaurer 11 11areI sass
urer V eer George erl 8 Ooodwta Oood Rust Ltvernool LtvernoolXilo UTerJlOOlOblo
Xilo ObloTIte O XiloThe
The following folio were aaav + 4 a < chair chairmen eMIrme ¬
men me of the various coiasciltecw Kxeeu Kxeeutlve 1Isentift
tlve Li ve Col John K Taylr Tay East User Uverpool 11 11POOl
pool Ohio art and desUelns i al W K KWeils EWell
Well W Weils ells Jut Liverpool Oiii Ot rtal ttl tILotI + tirr tirrLoeb ir irLouis
Louis LotI I Aaron IUoa Eat Uveraoet Ohio Ohiomembership 01110Hnblp Ohiotr
tr membership tmDe K A Frederick Cart Uv Uverpool Uyerpool 11werpNl
erpool Ohio selling 11 price Charles Claar ClaarIrea W Wrrenxhelm wFreabetm
rrenxhelm Irea el Wheeling W Va V machia machiafrry IUcltiIJ
Fry IJ Krnest Mayer Bearer Falls Pa Pakilns P PtllD
kilns tllD and fuel James Par Para By S 8yracue rat use N NT NT
T historical Qeorgc a Ooodwin GNdwlq Kast KastLiverpool Bat t
Liverpool 101 Ohio transportation H HXnebloet P fXnoatoeh PXDeWeek
Xnoatoeh Rust Liverpool Oha h hJ nn4 II i itflttac
tflttac 1 Howard K SAtaeo Moses x Trenton Troatont N NT4 J JThe Jfte
The members hen of the jumadaUe av9otdaUeaeai av9otdaUeaeaiilfMlilrt aiR d called calledo eIIIledJr led
o rYulninr Jr l if KooaeveK at yeeterday yeast sy syparty 1 the thelatnl > he heparty
party was introduced latnl etl to the Presiderb President Presidenthy t
hy 0 t7M OsL L Mto K Taylor of Xaat Liver Liverpool L1Yer0bI0 ¬
pool Onto They were given ct ees a eordtol eordtolrecejitton eortIIaJio m dial
recejitton recejittonAmoag recgptbr io
Amoag the features tuna of the tINthel4 sessions sessionshelo
helo hel4 ro > i yenter Feettday > toy y were w addresses by b btaaares
Charles Howell Cook of Trenton toa N J Jpresident Jor JDreeldttt
president of the association and Mr XrWalter Mi MiWalter r
Walter Blakely special commissioner dtnmisaioerthe to totile o othe
the convention from the Louisiana Pur Pure PIIIIbpoItlOll Pmehaso
e ehaso as Baposttlon BaposttlonMr IbpoItlOllCook Sspotdtlolfr
Mr Cook spoke of the rapid strides stridesmade at atmade t tIa ride S
made mademade in the pottery trade ia n the last lastfew IaIIttn la it
few years y sad said aid that this country C01UItaynppIled w was wasbeing os osof
being supplied with American uaen led goods or orfar ortar
far better auallty at t a smaller coat coatthan eoatt1uua
than ever before la its history He atoo atoogave a aBOIDe loo
gave some statistics showing the prOS progress prOSreu pr prres ¬
ress res made In all branches of the industry industryMr 1Dc11IIIt1JMr incest q
Mr Bakely urged the potters to ex exhibit ftt t ¬
hibit t Weir wares at the t exposition expoat11oIL expoat11oILJr1f
Jr1f af R rLAKAGAJTS S1CRBTARY S1CRBTARYV S CRKTARY CRKTARYN Y
N G Salmon son of Representative RepresentativeSalmon he
Salmon 81 of New Jersey Jrae who died ia tbe tlkoput ii iipast e
past summer has been chosen e for his hi hiprht
private prht secretary by Mr Flanagan w who whoto wboIe loo
to serving out Mr Salmons Ia tltaat uaexplred UDesplredtenD esexpl re d
term Mr Flanagan D was a candidate reor for forelection for1eet10ll t teleetiea or
election to the Fiftyeighth CA Congress Coa nire eaa e
nut 1 at was defeated by Mr Fowler owler chair eIaa1rIII chat r
man of the Committee on Banking Bu kbIs and aDdearre as rani
Currency CurrencyKEPT earre CsrfereyKEPT
KEPT HER CHILDREN CHILDRENThe
The Xtgat 1It F Feed ad BTpt Brsnf ht Them TIM Backto BacktoMaUa BecIrtt8IItk BCk is
MaUa MaUaFood IItkpar
Food purchased par as = from curiosity eancat saved savedth In Int d
th t time lives It of two children ta a family Iddl in inUlysses IDm a
lily Ulysses m Wto WtoTa WlaI WI
Ta The I mother says We had bought a apackage aof
package of of GrapeNuts Orape Nut attracted by > n its itstoaaant ItalIt I is
pleasant toaaant lIt suggestive ueatt same and found foundit tOUDClIt tons d
it a pleasant t food As my m five YII months monthseld I most ODlh yr
aid baby inked itk U I fed t It to her and
found fo It as a satisfactory UataetOIJ a as Baby Bab Hal y
Food which 1I14b I had been using slq and pay pa
lag Me for a much ucb smaller lIer package
Shortly BIaortl after this tb three of the t chil chltrea chi 1 ¬
lien rea came down dow with ttb the wboopt wbooptcough whooping rag
cough my III oldest one was wa taken with withpneumonia wltbPIMUlDOllIa wl wlpneumonia tb
pneumonia and the little threr threeyear threeyearstrained > yearold yearoldstrained earold earoldat old
strained at her stomach in some manner mannerso tans a
so that she he vomited blood and could < sot sotretain t H < Hretalll
retain anything oa her stomach She Shecontinuously SheCQulaU01 HI HIovatlanonly e
continuously CQulaU01 J cried with hunger bu and nd It Itwas Itterrtble
was terrible to see her grow weaker weakerand weak eaker eakerAd or
and Ad weaker eaker until atil she did not notatrtla have havestrength ha ye
strength to keep her eyes ea open I was wasso w wso as
so overworked oftrwork nursing ail of them tbe themsad night nightand t tday
and day that I finally lnall woke up p to th ta taaet t lo
fact aet that a change must be wrought wroughtthat ADd aadthat ADdtlaat es
that at t once onceI
I nhall I always al believe PIle that divine dh1 In Inspiration Insplratioa I Iephratlon ¬
spiration whispered Ipered OrspeNuts At AtI
first I did Id DOt give al the solid lid part I pour poured powed pa
ed boiling boIIl water ateT on it and let It stand standuntil staadmll eta etauntil d
until mll the water ter had drawn oat some of
the strength added some richcream rich sweet sweetcream eet eetc
cream c and gave the little one a f ftpoorhls few fewspoonfuls ew
i spoonfuls at a time tins She Shept tpt > pt it down downnad cIonDd do wD
and Dd it nourished her so vlgnt Uat t after afterwhile a awhile awtalk
while I IcqtmId could C9QJd feed her the GrapeN Grape Nuts Nutsthemselves NutsthemleI uts
themselves until she be got strong tro and she a ro
is I s today tHa as rugged as a I could w wtawkf wish wlahwlall lo
Meanwhile tawkf wlall th the oldest girl was unable loto to
turn t tar e bar he r head or swallow wllo solid lid food and a rani
for weeks her strength was kept up by b
GrapeNut softened in era cram 4m given aty givenspoestal a asftOMful
sftOMful hd at a time until she got strong K Ka0rgb Ioag
ensugh to take other food They are ar
both well and strong now DO and I t foel N Nrb I
thai I owe drape rapeNta Nuts fw awe tw t of f ufr
hearty Man healthy children etal Xam H glvea gt sea
by Pvstu Pant Ce Battle Greet er Kick
Charles Warddl W Stile nsotoglst hllat United UnitedState
State lf t at1aNk Public P lIe Health nod Marine Service Serviceen SrvkeUadtarlael
en Unctaartasls tJaeIaariuIWJUk With Mleroacoptc ecoacoplc coplc Demonstration Oem ¬
onstration onstrationA ca stration
A reception reeept loa and bangeet nanuuet was held lie by bythe bytile
the delegates at the New Wlllard Wn r4 Hotel Hotellast Hetellut hotellast
last evening eveningThe eyealltSTtae eranitlgThe
The question qu oa of quarantining vessels vesselsfrom vesselsm Ia IaflOlll
from fro m Infected ports having hall on board boardyellow boardIow
> yellow tillow Iow fever cholera c toaera or bubonic plague plaguebaa pia piabaa plagueloss
baa been discussed thoroughly during duringthe ctutlaKUae didsgthe
the convention The subject upon being beingintroduced
introduced IDtrod Int roduced In a paper by Dr Bdeardo BdeardoLiceaga l9dardoLleeaga
Liceaga Lleea president of the board of health healthof llealthof
of Mexico was w taken up at t once by the thedelegates thedeleptea
delegates delegatesThe delepteaTIle
The discussion resolved Itself finally lazilytae finallytato 111 111tato
tato a question qtift as to whether the de detention detutton dettttton ¬
tention < of persons roat suspected of having havingyellow M Mf11ow havingllow
y yellow ye f11ow llow fever should be five b or orThe ten days daysThe daysThe
T The matte tteJ was then u referred refel1 d to an ad advisory advisory ¬
v visory 1aorJ committee committeeBM oolcteeDAYLIGHT committeei
DAYLIGHT D i ROBBERY Of OfBANK
BM AT PISTOLS 11 POINT POINTBandits
Bandits Escape After a Lon LonChase Long LongChase LongChase g
Chase ChaseBCLUtfCM ChaseJ
BCLUtfCM J SL1 + Liii08 Alva Dee 4TW 4MIe 4MIearwn 1iMDewesn Sfeeek SfeeekGrowers
c Growers arwn Bank aukt rat of Bridger ta Carhoa Carhoacounty
county e t was entered Taesaay by three thrsemaaked t t1DMIIed I
maaked m eshed men who noted Cashier Tram Tramhe Tracehe INaec
k he si tt b111 > The rohbery occurred at atTbe atrile alon
M so on onThe
rile cashier was at work W < < k insidetall inside I the therail t1aerail
rail when w two men entered the tbeHe bank bankHe
He looked eM up to see two revolvers revolvers 0 point pohatIItS poteting
ing directly at his head A third tlalrd1UIIKId man manatoo manelse
else armed stood at the door evidently eYlc1eDt1Jto evidaat b
to prevent interference interferenceHold IDtrereaeeHold interferenceHold
Hold up p your hand said Id one 0 Af the thetwo tbetwo t ttwo De
two robbers ro Mra Cashier Trambo complied compliedAt ceaaplle4At
At this 11UItaDtfJlraDk instant Frank Williams Willi a mail mailcarrier met metartier 1 1rM
carrier rM appeared at a side ide door and Dd wImmaedfatey was wasImmediately w weNd as
Immediately severed eNd by two pistols J latoia latoiaWO
Williams WO and Trnmlw were ere ordered to tothe tollle a athe
the wall 11 both with their hands up upWhtto lipWIlt ophile
Whtto W WIlt hile one man covered coyer them with wltllplato withstols hto htoptototo
plato ptototo pi stols stolseoatter the other man ran behind the tIwconfer ths
counter and grabbed all the moneyelgbt money > In Insight n
sight elgbtAll sightAll 1 1All
All three t robbers ra then ran out of eldoer the tIaeaoated
door mounted their horses and and16vh fled fledservice 8edaJcbt
16vh y hare ie sight was preened tato tatoDd y yrvice te
se service rvice sad Dd pursuit was begun A AIe AIea ad mile mileand tek k
and a half out of town ttj t ll J posse poae poaeMootIaI8 began beganshooting bogalooting tes
shooting sh ooting from rro the saddle 10 Tbe robbers robberswheeled roaLersI ro s
wheeled in I their seats Hat returned theand the Ire flreaad IrelieN
and held their pursuers until they theyreached tile tilereM y
reached reM r the tJIethDber tJIethDberCo timber timberC
C 4 L I Merrill whaled rbs led a anc posse of fteur fteurmen taut
men ahq returnee nc tsTBrsngerlnt a l ta the a af afemoon art artfor <
canoes for food He stated that hto blsp h hpope is
pease p overtook ertook the robbers rob n at Sand SandCreek SandCteek Hans
Creek < The robbers dismounted and led ledtheir ledtlaelr In
their horses far up among the rocks rocksfmrtifylag rocksfMoUaa rock
fmrtifylag fMoUaa f themselves theaa lea behind boulders 1MN114ernlrt I
Thirty nlrt or forty shots abot were exchanged exchangedbetween eadaaqedbeteea exchangeiibetween d
between the posse and Dd the robbers aad as 4 4tbe
i the totter alter made Ale their escape escapeThe HeapeTIae
The bask ba robbed NI becI to the only oat orb orbfbfdlet one t ta taBridger taBrWaer
Bridger a coal mining ala town situated situatedthe at atUMt
the southern terminus of a branch rail raJlcb
road which cb leaves the Northern Pacific Pacificat
at Aluret la I the Yellowstone Valley ValleyIWMATE vne vneINMATE
INMATE I E OF ASYLUM ASYLUWKILLS ASYLUMJltL ASYLUMBILLS
KILLS JltL AN ATTEMBAMT ATTEMBAMTLatter A ATTEIkDr TTENUAHTLatter l1
Latter Attempted Attpt to bUrl Interiors la QIIu QIIurei Mr Mrret
te ret Between Bet Patients PatitabROCK PatientsROCK PatieataJtOCI
ROCK ISLAND ilL Ill Dec 4 lPMer lPMerBertoleae 1ilter 1ilterllertolese Paier PaierBertotone
Bertotone a patient tteat at the Watertewn WatertewnAsyhUD WaCertewIIAqhlm
Asylum fatally stabbed Qua Miller Mlltorof Milleror site
of the attendants yesterday aterday Th The af affair afrail ¬
fair occurred just after diner diaaerBertotone dlaaelBerlole
Bertotone Berlole an Italian Ita and another aaotlaertlea pa patient
tient tlea while cleaning I off o the table tabl tabltJae ta tathe
the ttniag room roo became Involved IDlv ta a aquarrel areI
quarrel reI When W1ae Miller tried to stop stop th throw lion tIaerow
row Bertoiene picked up a bread b knife knifeaad biteaDd
aDd thrust it tato iota I a side sideThe alcleTbe tideThe
The assailant t was Anally lIy overpowered overpoweredand overpowered overpoweredand u uaDd
and disarmed disarmedBRIGAKDS d dBRIGAKDS disarmedBRIGANDS
BRIGAKDS STRANGE DEATH DxATHPa
P Pushed Pa Over Prsdake by Woman W Ke KeHad 11 11Jld HeIiai
Had Iniaded I to t Kin KinSew
Sew 1 York T orIt orItReeDtl H Liessic raM raMRecently
Recently ReeDtl a young peasant woman of ofMontenegro ofKOIItean ofMontenegro
Montenegro was wa returning to her homeat home homeat boIDeat
at Cettlnje ttlaJe from a town in which wlalcllhad she shehad
had just sold Id some 110 poultry poult when wa sud suddenly auddealy ¬
denly she be met a young 0 man who bo told her herthat herthat
that there wax a much shorter way to
her home and that he hewould would stew it to
her if she was w willing willingThough lIIln lIIlnno
Though no he was a stranger to her the thewoman tileOm3a thewoman
woman Om3a saw no reason to distrust him himand Ittmad himand
and gladly accepted his offer offerHe oer oerHe
He preceded pr her up the mountain path pathaad
and ia about ten t minutes they came to tothe totbto
the ° edge eel of a precipice Thereupon the thecan theIC8
can IC8 suddenly ucldeal seized her and pointing
a dagger da er at bar throat demanded de her hermoney herIDODer
money and ad her clothes She was obliged obligedto obUaeto
to obey him lit and then was was preparing pr pariaa torot to torun toran
run away aa whea lae be stopped her herNo lIerNo borIto
No BO be said with a tough toughyouve lau lauTouve loughyouve
youve sot to jump down from this thisI tbla1ecl
rsedalce I 1ecl recl ce ceFalling ceal1l
Falling al1l on her r knees she implored
him lai to s spare > > are her b life but he paid no
heed to her aad finally lIr threatened that
If she did not jump of her own accord ccord1M
he would throw her over overAll oerot
ot All right she said but t at any a rate rateallow rat ratallow rateallot
allow me to cover my eyes with a
handkerchief You You1I1 will and one ta the thepocket tJacpoeket
pocket o of my m dress 4r Please Pie hand it to tome tome
me meThe The brigand stooped to get the hand ¬
kerchief and DI the woman summoning oBIDK all al
her strength pushed him over dyer Yer the preci precipice preelpiN ¬
piN As be fell f 1I he b grasped a rock near sea r
the edge and aD thus thu succeeded ta support ¬
ing himself But It was a not for icng
for or tbe kicked
woman his hand away a
from the t he rock and dow I be fell to theId the
doom be deserved so 0 well wellReturahtg we1aetarIDK
Returahtg Retu tog t te Cettinje the t woman told to Id Idh0
the story to that evening to Prince Char Charles ClaarUd ies
and soldiers were sent to the scene JMt who w h0 h0ss
found at UM foot of ta Ute prectpie not M h0t l
only 1 ih I he body bed of the tIaec brigand but a also ss
two c carpsss ewlIIdI watch were evidently th the sss s
remains of C l tw two or f his victims
MANY REQUESTS REQUES S FOR FORRHODES FORRHODES FORRHODES
RHODES SCHOLARSHIPS SCHOLARSHIPSDr
Dr Parkin af Toronto Canada HasPractically 11 11Practically Has llaPractically
Practically Completed Arraage ArraDgta ArraDgtafor eato eatofor
for Tenm Ten a af JfatricdaU JfatricdaUNEW Matriculation MatriculationNKW MatelculatienNSW
NEW YORK one Dan 4 4Dr Dr Q p Parkla ParkinC ParklaC
C M 0 president r af r the Upper Canada CanadaCollege CIua CanadaCollege a aCollep
College Toronto who 1 has in I charge ehar the thedisposition UaedlaposlUoD thedisposition
disposition of Jh Ai Me Cecil Rhodes Rhodesscholarships Jthodeaaelaol1nblpa Rhodestcbolsrcbipt
scholarships ta I tits colleges of Oxford Oxfordhas Oxfordbaa Oxfordpractically
has practically eaasBtoted Iet his arrange arrangemente arraapmente arrangements
mente for recafvttB rettel g the applicants for forundergraduate forl8Jduate furdergraduate
undergraduate un l8Jduate sad post gnttuat gnttuatcourses PiDateCOIlnle gaideaterses
courses coursesDr COIlnleDr cou rses
Dr D r Parkin has > ut arrived from fromEurope fromEurope fromSerape
Europe where M a has ha been completing completinghto COIDpleU COIDpleUb completingbb
hto b plans The ohslarshlps Ipa are to topn begiven be begiven
given to young saet m to floe United States Statesaad Stateaand Statesd
and sai d Paris and aIM tin he British tleb colonies colo and andare IUI4nlued andare
are valued at S1If1 Mt each a year MI for fortore lorthJe4 f fthree a
tore three years yearsBvery yearsSTerr yearsSeery
Bvery student Wmt matriculate matriculatecording ac accordla eceordla
cording cordla to the rulaa of the college col that thathe daaJhe lion lionmay t
he may ma enter ent < < t1n nWfIo Pldk Divisions of the thescholarships Uaeaebolarshlps l lholarships be
scholarships sc attaoy smxg the tw twet twentyore atyoue col colleges colleps cotloges ¬
leges loges g has been svtfttod t to tile sattofac sattofactlon ssWiaelion tlafae tlafaeuo
lion uo of all allWithin allWitbla allWithin
Within the Mdtwe nJEt twelve months tb I pr prParkin QrParltia r rParkin
Parkin expects to teftvel 1 MOM riles mile 1 ta t torder 1order r
order that he may wmfer fer with the best besteducators beateducator bee I Ieducators
educators in A Amartoa a la I regard to t the theAmerican UleAaaerlcD theAmerican
American scaolifalilns He w will ll open opena o oa
a central tral betadgrrrr h ado mrtars in this W city in inabout I Iabout 1about n
about two weeks week eeIIa after his return returnToronto from fromToronto ftOaTOr
Toronto TorontoApplications TOr TorontoApplications ftto fttoAppJicationa
Applications ar err pawing 1 in showing showingthat allow allowtbat showingat
that th at a large altttla numbor at f American lMrleaa young youngmen JOdtrmen youngmen
men desire to take advantage of thescholarshiptnnd the thescholarship tlMIICholarshlpfuDd
scholarship IICholarshlpfuDd fund The method thod of select selecting selectrag Iet IetIDS
IDS rag students has not been perfected yetbut yet yetbut et etbut
but will be In a very short bort time The Thefirst TIMIrst Thefret
first students to enter ater the tb university universityon unllt unlltOD universitythe
on the Rhodes scholarships will go to toOxford I Ibford
Oxford In the fall of 1904OMMTTEETO 1904 1904COMMITTEE 1904COMMkTTEETO
COMMITTEE COMMkTTEETO C TO PROBE PROBESOUTHERN PROBESOUTHERN PROBESOUTHERN
SOUTHERN ELECTIONS ELECTIONSHMMH ELECTIONSH
HMMH H ime Co CitWI CatmittesliaRaloe itt HRalai Make Spa Special S Sci SpalrtCramltasker ¬
cial ci l Ortar ei lrtCramltasker lrtCramltaskere f Grwrapaekw fCnlRpackert GrwrapaekwThe
t dea deaTIae
The e House QimaalMui I oa Rules this thismorning tit titIDOrDIac thisatoning
morning reached aa agreement u to 0 > re report report rert ¬
port po rt a resolatte rewlntisstbiltltg aMktaig a special orderof order orderof orderof
of the Crnmpaefter c resolution for the theappointment tIaeppolatmeat
appointment of a oMnatttoe u ot o thirteen thirteento tbirteeato
t to tavestlgate Ooittisni 8Ois elections The Thedate TIaeelate
date < baa not no yH y t be ta been ameoacei ameoaceiThe 811D attttrouacx uce1 uce1i
i The CmmMMJwr Cnua resilutton tI wu w intro introduced lato latoI Introdnced ¬
I duced < at t the J lsrr n awntoa = = and a caucus caucusof
of the House spublleaas < requested t the theCommittee th thCommlUee theCommutes
Committee ob or Ratoa to report a rule for forits or orIts
i its it s consideration 1 latfsattor matter was VUe how however bowever ow owever ¬
ever < deferred bat tt to understood that thatit ttIt lion t
it will be pressed ptessedt at this sejiioa sejiioaHOBSON oesaioaHOBSOPd euioaHOBSON
1 HOBSON < TO PRESS PRESSRETIREMENT PRESSR
RETIREMENT R BILL BILLKaval BILLIfanl
j Harm Constructor COMtnIC CoastruebatSsyt pya Says He Is Unfit for forActive forActive f 01
Active Dft Dfcty yy o8Aacesat fmAcceeBt AICMat of ofNaval oflIS
lIS lISNaYat
Naval C Conotrgl CiiniUsSJMV > l Jttchmood 1i booed P Huh Hoason >
son so OD n Intends to njjjnl hi retirement lnweat bill billat ba baat 1
at this session toSu toSulnweat feia > mi i was Intro Introduced tatro4aeed latrodueee ¬
duced at the tbrlaMr Jut laa apl nit f Coagres by bystomra bJw
stomra uUMbMjSALJi and androw to toow
row ow bef Deana r Hjj pHlhf MaJval AJfalm AJfalmCommittee A > in
Committee c Committee Alt 5h esmc oileq will > he b madegat made de to toget toaet
get a favorable la report upon the bill billConstructor butConatruetOl binonstructor
Constructor C Hobson Ho asserts t that the thecondition tbeoadltloa t tndition
condition < co ndition of o hto ey eyed has not improved improvedand IIIIPFOYe4and 1mDrov 1mDrovd snit
and an d that by reason of this fact be to IaAt un unfit anDt ¬
0 fit for active duty dutyDZATH dt dtDEATH
I DEATH OF Of 0 SIR RAn GREEK GREEKZXLORD GOERXXLO GR lrIf
ZXLORD XXLO JU MAYOR OF 0 LONDON LONDONLQsTDOW LONDO N NLOpO I r
LOpO LQsTDOW Dec ec 44bt i 1b lr Prank ark Qroe Qnelord Qroelord g >
fc lord lore mayor ot aGlad 1 oaieu ila in ifltdtod JtJt SII diellr diellrrid died err ausTdenly errdMly
4 denly her here this ieesoh nMrutag
rid t
GABLE CARS COLLIBE COLLIBEOccupants GOLLlUEWITH OLLIIEVIITFI
WITH AN At AMBULANGE AMBULANGEOc ABU1ANEOccupants
Occupants Oc pant Thrown Out andj andjTwo and andTvo andTwo
Two May f ay Die DieCHICAGO DieCHICAGO DieCRICAOO
CHICAGO Dec 4 4Every Kverr erJ erJtbe oecuvaat of ofthe ofties
the ShefltoM Avenue A police policewldcla amhwhrnce atttlairmoewhich amhwhrncewhich
which was conveying < < a patient pat to the theeounty tileecuaty theeawaty
eounty hospital was thrown tIIr out and in injured bIJared inured ¬
j Jared ured two perhaps fatally when UM UMvehicle ueeblele thevehicle
vehicle was struck by a weathssm Mil MIIwaukee Milwaukee XIIwlEee ¬
waukee Avenue ea cable eaa train at AaMand AstandAvenue AaMandAvenue AM AMIt
Avenue It yaue yesterday evening eveningTbe e eThe eveningThe
The Injured are areBernard areBenard
Bernard yiaoagan a police saseer Oasr er In Internal laternal Interval ¬
ternal injuries Jurl left shoulder blade bladebroken bladebrokeu bladebroke
broken broke scalp wound woa d cat over toe left dolteye lefteye lefteye
eye left side Ide bruised condition euc1W critical criticalWilliam criticaLWIlUam
m
William Boyle driver of ambulance ambulanceleft ace aceleft
left aide of chin elal cut eateft left ear split cut caton cuton e1Itaek
on back aek of head probable latermU 1te 1IIi 1IIiJart In Injuries 1njui ¬
jui juries Jart le eoaditlea coedltl critical criticalJohn erltIeaLJola criticalJebA
John Jola Lettger patient cats cat aboutDead about abouthead alHlutMa4
j head headFrederick Ma4IftderIek
Frederick MukJberger pollee polleet seer asseercut seerpit
cut t on o handa from glass from broken brokenwindows brokenwindows eu euwtDClowa
windows of ambulance not seriously rI
bart
BERLIN L EAGERTOSECUBE EAGERTOSECUBETHE EAGER TO SECURE SECURETHE
LTilE THE OLYMPIAN GAMES GAGESChicago GAMESChicago GAMESCIiicago
Chicago and St Louis Both BoihMay Bothia BothMay
May ia y Lose Honor HonorCHICAGO HonorClIlCAoOO HonorCHICAGO
CHICAGO Dee 4 4Berlin Brlta may Bt ptOlympiaa tk tkOtymptea die
Otymptea 0 gam Wos This to Uw tinephase tot totpbaas Iaat IaatOf
phase Of f the eoaujMleattott SeatIoIa wIdcIt8t which which > ar arwhen area
when St SL Lade asked that th tIM tIM1M thebe e esntssts esntsststo I
to transferred to that city ett free trotfor CMeag CMeagfor CMeapror age
for 1M 11114Berlin 1MBerlin lIIHBerlla
Berlin wit with Copenhagen mad madtwo one OJ OJtwo utwo
two other European cities was a ablClder x strong strongbidder I Ibidder
bidder for toe game games when their lecat location locationwaa Iocatloadecided i0a I Iwas
was decided on ta Paris PartsPresident ParisPresident Part PartPreat
President Harry J Farter Ju er Jr 1 1deDt ret retdent r rdent eat
dent of the games 1811I when IIeD questioned in inregard IDresent 1 Is Isregard I
regard to the matter ttor said that Berlins Berlinsanxiety Bert Bertaax Berlin Rerilnianxiety ti
anxiety aax ty for the games was w a danger dangerwhich daJaprwhlck dangowhich
which really threatened the American Americaninterests AasrteauInterests eaD eaDlatereat n
interests in n the contests CODteata8t St Loots LMI LMIwell as aswell as aswell
well as Chicago ChicagoBerlin ClaleaaoBerlia ChicagoBerlin
Berlin wanted t the game p of 1M4 1M4said 1 1Id 154said
said Id Mr lr Furber lbeI and presented r eated strong strongreasons atroDawb o stron stronretuss tley
reasons why wb they tbe should be given to 1 it itIndeed IL IL1udee4 ItIndeed
Indeed the city was w only oal conciliated tlIted at atthe attINt 1 1the
the time U they tJae were given hea to Chicago Chicagowhen CIaIeacowbea Chlcagcwhen
when given ITa to understand that the Get German 0eJmaa Getman ¬
man city would be given a fair Chance Chanceto eIIaaeeto cbancto
to get them four years later
WILL OF W W WRAPLEY WRAPLEYADMITTED WRAPLEYADM RAPLEY RAPLEYADMITTED
I ITestator ADMITTED ADM A D M ITTED I TT E D TO PROBATE PROBATETestator PROBA P PROB A 0 BATE BATETestator TE
Testator Directs That Theatrical Business Be Carried oo ooby OQby o oby Q
by His Son I I
The will of WBHnMW WBdma WIIIIII w 2Us4ey the thetheatrieal t ttaetJ1eaI
theatrieal manager ti sasger was lied tot law yet yetterday yesterday a aafte
terday afternoon afte 1aoea for pro probate hate ta the af afee Wass t the
he ee of the Register of Wills WtikThe w wnae WillsThe
The document Is dal da t I February 1 17 17Iwt 1IlIt llast
last and a directs that Usa Mi at eaU9 is te he die rftoufcmed Itt Ittttat dieututsd
ufcmed ttat as follows followsTo folio folioTo followsTo
To h ibis s son William WIll H A Rapier Y his histhtater iliathttn histheater
theater bueinesa 1Mn1 carried oa ia laUOII OOMIOC OOMIOCtlon conascetics
tics with the New Xattoti Theater Thfatt and andthe a4tile andthe
the Academy Academy of Music inclo4iai laehlOliQ1aDd lnciwtia l lh the r UN UNand ue uesad
and occupation apatloa of ilu rush uch b parts penS part of lb lbbnlldings tM tMbnlNl I he heballdins
bnlNl bnlldings as may be neresaar aeces neressar > ar > He BedllWta also alsodirects alsodirect
directs direct that his son 110 William Willi H Rapley Rapteybe Rapleybe Rapleybe
be permitted to retain tf004 5004 > > OM out am of ih ihgeney I IOf the theproceeds
proceeds Of Use basbae business as aspaq as r m mr mrgeney r
geney fund and not be reqnirvd t tft nr nrcount atcount
I
count for it until the business to closed closedHe cIeHdHe closedRe
He to also bo allowed to reu r reaa > > M irof pW pWcent her
cent of the net proAta as compensation compensationas tlOB
as Us manager of the theatrical business businessat bestassat
at the playhouses mentioned The bal balance halknee I Ia ¬
knee a ce of the Income it is I directed shall shallbe
be be divided dbl into four irsr equal shares and anddeposited aaddeposit anddeposited
deposit deposited ia the bank of the American AmericanSecurity AalerteaSecurity
Security and Trust Company one part partfor partfor art artf
for f the benefit t of each ell of the testatorr testatorrchildren teetatorrclaUd teetatorchildren
children claUd Randolph olpla R Raple Rp4t y Edward EdwardEverett Edwu EdwuBtt EdwardSverett
Everett Rapley Wi William H Rapley and andMary udMary sadMary
Mary Florence Stone wife wt of Charles Chari U UStone UStODe tiStone
Stone StoneTo StODeto
To his lti grandson William WuuR H IL Rapier RapleyJr Rapiert
Jr 31 t to left a aplel gold watch and chain to toWilliam toWUIt I
William WUIt B Rapier a grandson 11 A pair of ofj I
j diamond 04 sleeve atsew huttanav asjd a d t Jshxawaw JshxawawRandolph 1IIL 1IILRaDCIoIpIa pese peseRandolph
Randolph RaDCIoIpIaley It II and Mwavd Rdwsr Rdwsrall jl verett Rap Rapley
ley all Ma ht land in Montgomery countyMaryland county countyMaryland tJ tJKarland
Maryland except esee t certain real estate in inTakoma I ITto inTakoma
Takoma Tto Park Md MdIn ld ldla
In connection with the management of ofthe ofthe o ohthe t
the theatrical business William H Rap Rapley Rapder
ley 1 to directed to make an accounting accountingmonthly aeeoaatlqIIIODtl accost accosutiagmonthly lag
monthly IIIODtl to the parties part interested interestedla Iatereate4latbe
la latbe 1 the event et that either of the play playbouses pI pIbousee playb
houses to destroyed dMtro by fire It to dfreeted directedthat dfreetedtlaat dtreaK ed
that the proceeds derived de from fr the ia iasarnnra 18e ismEnses
mEnses and other otter otterseed assets e of C UM estate rates otthe attile ot Kthe
the lastatar tatsr he seed ed la the rphuildiug rebll 1
I It to stated that 1tI HMM shall he tieCAN uaed uaedm asiCin
m case of the deecr deatrueUoa tlola of the Kaw KawNational Pta N4IMaUoIaal N PtaNational
National and 7StM 11 for the Academy A of ofMusic 0 01Iac 0Name
Music The plans pia of any new building buildingare IMIINI IMIINIare houdiniare el
are to he prepared under the direction elel of ofWilliam orWID o oWilliam
William WID H Rapley Upon the death of ofthe ofthe n ne o f
the th e latter I laU aster er r It to directed that the man management mant managemet ¬
agement t of UM u theaters tJaeat devolve upon uponBdward UpoltKclwa u upomEdward
Edward Kclwa Everett KftrettRapley KftrettRapleyIt Rapley RapleyIt Rapl RaplayltM y
It ltM Js farther directed tint all the t rents rentsfrom rentlUIe ren renUfrom m
ml
from fr om the real estate aate of c the t e testator testatorbe shall shallbe abaUeeI1ecte4 bat l
be collected hy William WID H Rapley with without wltbout without ¬
out contmtostoa and divided in the same sameway sameall ea sans sansway
way as the Income comp from fro the t e theaters theatersTbo theatersTbe theatersThe
The remainder r of ate estate estate to left eft to toMs tot1C t ti tihis e
Ms tour children for life lifeWilUam lit litV1I1JaJa lifeWilliam
William H Rapley and the Aaron AmesJean AmesJeanSecurity AawJelullecurity Aaercal AaercalSecutity
Security and Trust Company CG are areas named nameda namers n nexenaora
a as executors of the will willYANGER willYANGER WillYANGER
YANGER AND SULLIVAN SULLIVANTO
TO BATTLE IN CHICAGO CHICAGOCHICAGO CHICAGOCHICAOO CHICAGCHICAGO U
CHICAGO Dec 4Benny 4 4BeaD Benny Tanger Y and andDave adDaTe an d
Dave Sullivan 11I reached aa agreement agreementyesterday apeem agreemenyesterday Dt DttenJuyaDd t
yesterday tenJuyaDd and will engage 8Dp la I a sixround sixroundbout sixroundIIout sixrounsbout d
bout oa a date to be chosen e ehoepa later be betweea betwen betwee
tweea twee December 1C Ii and 114 December Deeemb r rBolla 22 22Both 22Both
Both agreed t t4ttaetept accept Fred Whining Whitringham WbIUID WbIUIDef Whiningbam < <
ham of Chicago aa referee rt The T place placeaf placeet pIne C Cvt
af 1 UM light t has not been decided 4fCld bas but butIt butIt hi hiIt t
It will probably be held In the Ameri America AmerlaNt Amertcan ¬
ca aNt Athletic tJaletie Club arena on Thirtyfirst ThirtyfirstStreet TItIrt ThirtyHenStreet nt nt8tnet
Street mthouajh sltM aa attempt tte > > t will be made madeto madeL mad S SM
icssosrealaerbalL icssosrealaerbalLmaru to seesaw a atotpar L lacRe ball aaUVniaiop JIaUY
maru Vniaiop Y sir C aaaVfluilftaa as are a eweigh weigh 1 1M U UWen 12pounds 1 1pounds
p0s pounds an mmm aaur hoar before misting eIIIaID < < the thering the1q th thhag e
ring The purse I to U MM of which fl7 fl7win fl1wID 175 175will
win go to the winner wtDaerNoINCRBASE j jNOINCRBASE
NOINCRBASE IK SALARY SALARYSecretary SALARYSectetarJ SALARYSecfetay
Secretary Shaw fjIIuI flaw Isaw ha JaM transmitted to the theHouse tJaeHoue lb filercem
House a request withdrawing wtthdra the tloeD4aUoa recomaesdatioa reeom reeommendatlon
mendatlon D4aUoa made in his original sett setttot tj tjtes
mates tes increasing tile salary 0 of 1 1later the aa aalater
tot later r to Norway Ii and Sweden swIeaTIM Cju Je Jeyear MS MSyes b
year The eatery 7 af b UM tHat manner to isat Jaft + eR
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NATIONAL PUBtlGATlllN PUBtlGATlllNCOMPANY PUBUAT1ONCOMPANY
COMPANY WINS 1NS fiGHT fiGHTCourt FIGICourt
Court of Appeals Decides DecidesA
i Against A Zalnst last Government
Taw I Court of f Appeal late lal f yesterday yesterdaylift YlstlrdayhIKU
alfeeMer lift hIKU or aeon alarmed med the d deddOD < ision of th thtote thlate +
late Juattoc Bradley Bradle of o th the Supr Suprrl Suprrlcrt < m mCourt r +
Court of the District DlatI1 < t granting the th p pni pnitiena ptit ti
tiena t of the National Publication Publi < atlon < 0 0I oa oi > ni nijpany
I jpany i issay > tay and th the < Railway List Company ompanv for forwrits f fWMt8 fwrite
writs writ of manlamoa man us to issue against IiI thPoatmaeter IiIter Iii1osttaaster
Poatmaeter ter General to compel tol 1 him ta taadmit roadmit
admit their respective ptct1ve uhltcatlcn uhltcatlcnthe ailicatjnUte licatlon Iicaticnthe >
the United Suites tatH mail as s stconJ < > conJ onj ilnsi ilnsimatter < asi > < 1 1laMtel
matter matterThe laMtelTile matterbe
The be decision of Justice Birnirdrefused Birnird ulo h hto > >
refused to grant at the petition I tit len of o th tai rincago Il IlB1III
cages Buaiaeej B1III College Colh Af for or a similar pur purpose purpoee
pose against the Postmaster funeral nerAl wasable was wasatoo waSalee
alee afflrmeri by b the tb Court of Appeals AppealsThese AprpaiTIae AppealsTbee
These TIae e are the most important casi casiwhich CIS CISwld s
which wld 1a have ae been decided in the local localconns
courts for a long time timeThe timeTbe
The decisions in tbe National Railwrny RailwrnyPublication RailwJYPubUratlOD Rallwa RallwaPublication >
Publication Company and tl tile e Raihv ailwlY ailwlYUat Rail iy iyUat
Uat erU1pau O > wpau affects ectll 287 S7 similar sui suira suiraagalnit If IfacalDL iagain
again the he Government an1 thousands thousandsOf tbousan tbousanof < > v vof <
Of similar institution It ia ntiwa enilmar 1 1that ttlaat lthst
that the toss A lio > the Government by b tho chcadmission thoadmtostoa r he heof
admission of these Uaea publications ax axand aMe asnd
and nd class e matter will 111 amount to sevpri sevpriof serertburdwdn Itfr11 Itfr11of
burdwdn of ttonaanda t otJaandll of dollars au auInualry aummitr
Inualry mmitrFtoa 11
From wha was we learned e rDtd it is I s probable probablel
an l anneal 1 w il I be 1M taken by tbe Govern Governsat GOtrnto
taint sat to the tb Supreme Court of she sheUnHsd sheeased h hlJJItII4
eased States StatesThe StatfsTIle Stateslbe
The decision was a made by Chief Mef Justin JustinArvey Ju Jueti > tk tkIft
Alley Ift and Justice Morris Justice Sbei Sbeiard ShtlI >
ard C dtsiwnted in both the National atlonal Kail Kailway itallPubIiCill Ftailway
way Publics tito Company > > mpany and the Rail Railway Ra 1 1way ¬
I way List Company In these cases tin tltcgroundupon tinground tl1 tl1d
ground groundupon d upon which hleh tbe judgment of the thalower I he hecourt
lower court was affirmed is a that the reg regulation regulation ¬
ulation of the Postofflce Department of ofJuly otJal t
July Jal 17 1901 in so far as it require re < ulre pub publications 1 pub1lettfoas > ub ublleatlooa ¬
lications to be ouijr such lur as 8 consist eoual l ot otcurrent otcarnnt ratcurrent
current news Del or miscellaneous literary literarymatter literarymatter literarymatter
matter la in excess of the statute i egu egutoting egulatlD
toting latlD < < the loacttr loacttrIn IWltt IWlttla acacterIn
In the case of the Chicago Business BusinessCollege Bui Busiut 1 < s sCollege 1 1Collese
College it is held that its publication publtcationBusiness publicationBusiness pUblica lion lionusineaa
Business usineaa Education does not come conitwitBin conltwtthiD comewithin
within the claas of matter entitled to su st stondclnca suoadcllIA
ondclnca rafts roltt in the nail It ia isthat hl hlthat De tl tlat < j jIlUt
IlUt that at tbe Chicago Business Bu iness College la an saifistitutlon aninstitution JflI
institution I for private te gain and does not notcome notcome
come within tie at requirements of the aU aUof actof t ti
i of July 16 1s54 1 94 which allowd the th pub publications p ulientlous u u1IUOD5 ¬
lications of charitable eh hle and orisanizatirus orisanizatirusfor orisani or lzjtilS lzjtilStor aut is isfor
for tree education to b be entered as stc stcond > fC fCoad
ond clams c matter At tbe bearing it it40t itass ass assoot was wasaot
aot shown that the Chicago Business BusinessCollege BU5InsCoUese Businv 3
College is a regularly incorporated insti institution ilUtutton in i ¬
lotion within the meaning Eaning of the act actAt aNAt actAt
At the hearings botii bo i in the lower court courtand courtand tutaDd
and the tb Court of Appeals the Goverrmu Govermld1wu Governunt r
wu represented repre ented by b District Attorn AltomGould AuurnGould y yGonld
Gould and Assistant Attornrr H H HOlassie HOit
Olassie and ant the u publication compann compallib7 oompauitDy j jby
by Attorneys Attom 7r Wilson Needhaci and Mu MuOowan atcGowan te teOoWlUl
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