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THE WASHINGTON TIMES THIJRSPAX TH RRDAY DECEMBER PE E3IBER 18 190 1902 9
GOVERNMENT GOVEF < l1MENT MACHINERY MACHINERYAND MACHINERYAND MACHINERY MACHINERYAND
AND THOSE WHO OPERATE IT ITCommissioner ITCommissioner ITCommissioner
Commissioner General Generalof of Immigration Sargent to Make an Address Before BeforeChamber BeforeChanlber BeforeChamber
Chamber of Commerce at Rochester N Y Tonight Tonight Tonight2400Q X24000 24000 Diamond Dia Diamond Diam ¬
mond m nd Necklace and Brooch Seized by Customs Officials OfficialsTool OfficialsTool OfficialsTool
Tool Chest of Chilkat Indian at National Museum
TREASURY DEPARTMENT DEPARTMENTfommlaaloaer DEPARTMKNTOfteral DEPARTMENTlbmmfrloaer
fommlaaloaer General argent rpnt of the theBureau tb tbJutau theDureau
Bureau of Immigration made an 11 official othctslvisit officialvisit oJIIclatVisit
visit to elite Ills Island yesterday and to tonight to tonl tonight ¬
night nl ht be will deliver an address a 4r at atthe att1 atthe
the t1 annual banquet of the chamber of oftommeree oCflmme ofr
tommeree r ntnmere flmme at Rochester N Y His addreea ad address MtJrEs ¬
dress deals with arbitration a no the best bestmethod beatmetbod t tIDftboci
method of settling disputes dt between la labor Izbr ¬
bor and capital eapltalJohn capitalJohl1 capitalJohn
John I Wilk Wllklc lkle chief of the Secret SecretService santSrvl SecretServh
Service Srvl Department says 18 there is prob probably proba probably ¬
a ably b 1 y between bew thirty and forty thousand thousanddollars tboaaIMIdollan tbowanddollars
dollars la oouatorfalt treli money aow ow In theitlted the theVnlted tMtnlted
Vnlted SUte SUteAllen SMa SMaAllea BtatsaAllen
Allen Immigrant aa to the amber of III2S5
255 were r rborder rejected at wr wrbord veriors rlnadMaa rlnadMaaborder
border bord station la the month 01 of Me MebpI ivea iveaherl v s 1 1ber
bpI herl
W S S Chance chief dI of the division divisionof dl11alORof
of special spec agent apaw reports repol the seizure seizureof aeisuroof lnNI lnNIor
of a diamond aecklace and brooch val valued valud valued ¬
ued at PI P4ON Z4MO in Bl Faao Tex The Thenecklace TbenecklaM Thenecklace
necklace contains Itt diamonds and the thebrooch thelrooch thebrooch
brooch MO They The were smuggled ualed into intoNVw IDtoNtw latotiew
NVw York by J J Craig A F Krans BYoatptclal Kvansspecial Kransspecial
special agent t made the seizure tsure and andcays aadsays andsays
says the parties parU Interested claim the artleles ar articles 1tirlea ¬
ticles were purchased la I New York Yorkwhence YorkWhence Yorkahem
whence they tlM were taken takabroad takabroadThe abroad abroadThe abroadThe
The following nominations for promo proJBOtions promotions promotions ¬
tions in 1tJte the Revenue Cutter Service wero werotfnt werecnt weroE
E tfnt < nt to t Congress Cola8r yesterday erdaT First As Assistant AsEIlTant Assistant ¬
sistant Snigneer W K B Macc MaeeouD < raa to be bechief behipf bechief
chief hipf enaloeer eqt with rank of nrat lloutea llouteaant UMtaant l1i tes tesant
ant in n tbe Revenue u Cutter < Service S See S4teInri Seeond e eond
ond Assistant Knglneer r S S M Rock to be befust befix befirst
first fix st aasiatant engineer Paeer with rank of ofsecond oCsflond ofsecond
second lieutenant G M X KoUer to be besecond beEtcooel besecond
second assistant lataat engineer with rank of ofthird orthlnl ofthird
third lieutenant Acting Second Assist Assistant AMIatant Assistant ¬
ant Engineer G W David to be second secondassistant MeODdn8l1ll1taDt secondneeletant
assistant engineer eap with rank of third thirdlieutenant tJltrcllIEu thirdlieutenant
lieutenant lIEu aant J W Glover to be second secondassistant ItteOMnslstant secondnss1stant
assistant engineer with rank of third thirdlieutenant thirdl1euteaaat thirdlieutenant
lieutenant These men have been be before be before before ¬
fore a board of examiners 1 here for the thelast tlteJa thelast
last Ja t tweVaekaAssistant two tweaeks tweaeksastata weeks weeksAssistant
Assistant astata t Secretary of the Treasury TreasuryTaylor T TreasuryTaylor ry ryTaylor
Taylor Las selected the altos for Federal Federalbuildings Pederall11111dlnp FederaltnU11d1ngs
buildings at the following places pta Allen Allentown At Attown Allentown
town Pa southwest corner of Turner Turnerend Turarnd Turnercud
end nd Sixth Streeta price PMM II Fresno FresnoCal FresnoCal o
Cal 31 Cowan House site price 1MM 116011A 1MMA
A handsome sliver service Ice of a hun hundred hvDr hundrMl ¬
dred r and ad ninetyone J pieces J herrtflDLW Haa been beeapresented beenpresented
presented to Oomnriaaloaer Cos esi sinner General ear 9arpmt Iarftnt eargent
pmt by the Brotherhood of Locomotive LocomotiveFiremen Loeomotiff LocomotiveFiremen
Firemen f rellMR The gift was in recognition recognitionof
of the eoiamtealoaer OOIDI generals services servicesas serviceas eea eeaas
as grand master of the brotherhood for forsPventeoa forsPventon or orSf
sPventeoa Sf > V Jetlrs JetlrsThere l years yearsthere t tTher
there Ther wU w l be a special 1 pay day for forclerks forclpru forclerks
clerks in Ute Treasury Department DepartmentTuesday DepartmentTuesday ueat ueatTJesday
Tuesday December 3ft This w is a cus enstom custom ctom ¬
tom usually followed by the department departmentto depertm eparbHlttto at atto
to give the employ employes plo7 as a chance to draw drawmoney drawmoney 11 11money
money for Christmas ChrtstmaaINTERIOR Cbrlllt CbrllltINTERIOR ChristmasINTERIOR
INTERIOR DEPARTMENT DEPARTMENTCol
rot 01 John S Mosby 0IIb special agent ileItt is isIn IIIIn isIn
In this dty for a abort period Colonel CoteneSfoshy CeIoMI1Joahy ColonelAloehy
Sfoshy was appointed some time ago agocial apcial ape apecial
cial agent of the ttae General Land Once in inpatters Inatttn Intatters
patters atttn pertaining to the illegal fencing fencingof
of If Government Goye t lands In Wyoming Mon Xoatana XOBtana Montana
tana Mebnmka Nalt Hlka and other States See Secyctary SeettryFt Seetry
yctary ttryFt try HKoheaelc denies chid that Colonel3losby Colonel ColonelMosby CeIoMIIotb
Mosby Iotb baa bean recalled and saya 78 as far faras farR faras
as R he knows kaow tIN work being done by bythat bTthat bythat
that oflUsal la entirely eIItJr l saUofactory saUofactorySecretary aadstaoiorySecretsry dillDrfretar
Secretary fretar Hitchcock has sent te the theFcnate UteP t e eFcnate
Fcnate P > nate aa official odiel al protest of the Cherokee CherokeeChickasaw CJMrokMCbltkw CherokeeChlekseaw
Chickasaw Choctaw Creek and Seminole Semlnolerril Seminolerrltea 1 1rrl
rril rrl rrltea hts es against the uniting uDIU g of Indian I Ter Territory Terrin Tsrritnry ¬
ritory rin with Oklahoma as a on GIN State Tide Tbteplan TideIlan ThisIlan
Ilan was w adopted by the U Sonata to Kovem Kovemr
t r r 2S These Indiana IDcI are known as the theFive theIile theFiore
Five Civilized Tribes and their number numberFs
Fs 1 estimated UWeI including freedmen r at atabout atabout atabout
about aboutAG S4MM S4MMrtMt 4500AG1itIC
AG AG1itIC rtMt umU Aitff3 Aitff3Secretary UrRAL L DEPARTMENT DEPARTMEND8eer DEPARTMENTSeer
Secretary 8eer Seer tliiwu WUsee Ih received the thetag abra abralg sIr
lg 1 g a dolomUloa of about twentfive twentfiverpre t trprrMlltatITo twntyvsr
rprrMlltatITo r rpre rresestatjv entotlve farmers f ef Maryland Marylandvho Maadwh Marylandnhe
vho wh are bore to inspect the different t di divisions 41OY dlvisions ¬
visions OY of the department They were wereescorted wereChlOrted wereccorted
escorted about by Pro Pr t B T Qallowey Gallowayrhlet Qalloweyrhief o1lorhlef
rhief hlef of the bureau of plant lant iadwtryand ladwiry ladwiryBud l ur urnurl
Bud Prof A F Wood WoodDr WoodIJ WoodIJnt WoodsPr
Dr B T Oalloway chief of the dt dlTtfion dtvdOD dtvleioc
Ttfion of plant industry and Prof True TruerMef Truerhief
rMef 11 tf of the dlvlaion dTt lOD of experiment experimentt ta tat U Utlons
tlons t one daUvored tIeII short ort addresses adcIr Lat LatfTfnIDg aat aatercning astevening
evening at t the th National Hotel bolero the theDelegation tJMdtdoD theG
G Delegation dtdoD from Maryland The Th subject subjector sWectn
or f scientific agriculture cuJtur as proposed to toT tot
T t P carried oa ia the public schools ot eilarylaad otMaryland
Maryland 1 ar was discussed as were many manyKier Jaab Jaabll manyua
ll Kier lr lrH er interesting subjects subjectsII
II P Gould Ooald aaatetant pomologiat POIDO of ofbureau eloC ofbaeesa
+ bureau of plant industry has re rer re ref rer
r Mtly tly iaanad farmers bulletin No itl itle 111 111i 111tjtied
e tjtied at i U i tied tIed Praotlcai Suggestions tla for forr lorFiuit fwI
I Fiuit u ut It Orowera Orav rs 1 The bulletin contains containsmuny eoatat eoatatmwy containsnti
muny nti y useful mjgestloos IODII to to the t4 fanner fannerEUREAtr fanMrBUREAtf termerEUREA
EUREAtr BUREAtf EUREA 1 OR J Ol STATISTICS STATISTICSWith STATISTICSWltla
With thSx tWlayfec aJa Iehbtg of the PaelA cablen cable calthtnil
nil t n lai laiMarine last ec tH oeesne oee without a ar suh suhtarrice
Marine r rt ae telegraph disappear d The sob Mibrrarlne MIItrrBrlne sobvaries
varies telegraphs tel e tile tb world number number5t au
1 5t mnnttna the nw Pacine cable cableIhlr eab cableTt
Ihlr Tt Ir ICT i ur rr Sato t length Is nearly DearlyT MOON MOONr
r + T eat st of these cable cab cables haa been beear beoIIma
r + ma i t uf a f 275 275011000 o900 and the tbee nnm nnmLr namr
Lr e r of viwuacea ageo remitted over them themr
r nialitr nlali at more than COMMO IIO There Therenr Therear Therean
nr an thirtylive thtt7 companies pa operating the tberr therrmmenslal therrtnmeraial
tnmerelal rr cables cab The T e iDasiern astern UIrD Tote Telerraph T Totegraph Je Jepo
graph po h CoMpaay controls tr1c ninetythree ninetythreealles ninetythreeatlea
alles 41 > a with a length In J nautical tleal tleale mile milerr milesc
e rr 1 3473 41IS whisk I is Ute greatest number numberof camberc r rd
of c lulls 1nltu tflf furilIM ntr rroB llI by b any one ODep companynr company
nr p hr K0 H i fl s o or UM worM hold boldOO about aboutKO
> KO 0 N OO O r v > r edrle AM ta Lek si eh for war warp warI
r I urpos urpos3 3 ready r ad1 to bo laid at a moments momentsnotice mom 184NtnoUce ants antsnotice
notice
WAR DEPARTMENT DEPARTMENTJoint DEPARTMENTJoint
Joint maneuvers J of Ute army and navy navywill JML navywill TY TYwtU
will be a permanent thing in the fu future future future ¬
ture at t least If the wishes wi of the Sec Secretary heretarr Secretary ¬
retary of War 1ar are carried out Secretary SecretaryRoot S eretaryRoot SecretaryRoot
Root believes belle that these maneuvers do doas domuch doas
as much to keep II up the efficiency ehaene of eftbe oftbe ofthe
tbe military establishment of the United UnitedStates UnitedStat UnitedStates
States Stat as any ala other one thing In I this thisopinion UII UIIophlloD thinopinion
opinion he is supported by y Col Wallace WallaceF
F Randolph 1 chief ef the artillery eorpe eorpeto eerJMto corps corpsto
to whom ham the credit is I due of suggesting suggeetiagtbe Jllt8Se tlDE tlDEtile
tile Joint maneuvers i of f last summer mer A Aboard Aboard Aboard
board of army ry ec elSeers en r has Just been ap appointed apponted appointed ¬
pointed by the Secretary of War of ofwhich orwblcll ofwhich
which Col John P Story artillery corps corpsIs e rPI corpsIs
Is I the president ptwtde L to meet t at Fort Monroe Monroeand XarDeaM Monroesad
and mk make k plans pl for the maneuvers for fornext foraext fornext
next summer summerOne summerOn
One 0 On of the busiest t clerks IB the War WarDepartment WarDepartt WarDepartment
Department la Mr MrAlbawortlt Allenawortk private privatesecretary privatesecretary 1va 1vaaecretary
secretary to Major Genecl Genera D I Henry C CCorbla CCorblR CCorbin
Corbla Although Mr Allensworth is I a ayoung aGUD ayoung
young < man he is I invaluable to his chief chiefbecause ehleCHcau chiefbecause
because of his III thorough knowledge of ofmilitary cfmilitary r rMilitary
military affairs < alrs and Dd his hi wide acquaintance acquaint acquaintance acquAlalaD ¬
ance aD with public men Mr Allensworth Allensworthwas
was formerly clerk to the House 1Iou Com Committee eo eomlU Committee ¬
mittee mlU on Military Affairs and later was wasemployed waploYed wasemployed
employed ploYed as a clerk ia one of the di divisions ellvt divisions ¬
visions vt l0D8 of the Adjutant Generals office officeHe oaleeH officeHe
He H succeeded Mr Ceraey M private sec secretary IMCretary secretary ¬
retary to General GeneralOorbla GeneralOorblaII Oorbta OorbtaThe CorbinThe
II
The lIMn who acts eta as buffer buJter between betweenSecretary betwHoi LLWdenSecretary
i Secretary Root and has many callers callersat eallerai callersat
i at the War Department has to be lHIlDaa a aman aman
man of Infinite tact of pleasing per personality peraa4I perseasllty ¬
sonality and wide acquaintance resulting resultingla
la 1 easy y discrimination Such a man is isMr laMr I IMr
Mr Chance private secretary to Secre Secretary cretary Secretary ¬
tary Root and one of the best known knownowetalB kaoWJtolBelal knownothdals
owetalB at the War Department Mr MrCbaace MrCkaaoe MrChance
Chance was taken by Secretary Root Rootfrom RootCro Rootfrom
Cro from Ills desk la I Ute Postoffice PCNJto ice Depart Department DepartJDeRt Departmeat ¬
meat upon poR the recommendation of for former fermer former ¬
mer Postmaster General Smith He Is 1sjut IsJust laJt
Just seek a man D a as seeded by Mr MrRoot XrRoot MrRoot
Root and ta 1 generally conceded to be ono oaeof aoof onoof
of the beat private nsetaj seeretsrj Jno tn tnUI IUGda1 IUGda1life dal dallife
life UI lifePI
t of t tPOSTOFFICE it
I
POSTOFFICE P PI STOFFICE DEPARTMENT DEPARTMENTPostmaster DEPARTMENTPostoauler DEPARTMENTPostmaster
Postmaster General Payne has advised adviaeda
a reduction red Uoa la the charge made fir the theiarae tItof thekmare
iarae 9 of a money order for the maxi maximum JItIlxlRa maximuss ¬
mum Ra sun JWW 110 The fee Is at t present fer ferthat fertllat forthatsut
that thatsut sum Is a cents oeD This he thinks thinksshould Utaltaabotlhlbe thinksshouldbe
should abotlhlbe be reduced to IS cents cent He H bases baseshis lHie lHieala base basehis
his advice ad upon the receipts for the tbelast thelaet thelast
last fiscal 1 year Tbe Tb number of domes domestic deal dealtic domestic ¬
tic money orders issued was w 40474137amounting M474JS7 jf414111atbac M474JS7amounting
amounting to Sil6612t The number numberof nherof numberof
of international orders paid during the tbeNATIONAL tMyear theyear
year wu 007071 m agraf4a g gU t 17I9 17I9t1
U t1 r r > iltnt iltntNATIONAL 1 11 1 f fNATIONAL
NATIONAL MUSEUM MUSEUMProf zmSEUMProto MUSEUMProt
Proto Holmes Hol bead curator bas re recently reeooUy recently ¬
cently received from Lieut G T E EmeM BBI BBIa Emmess
mess a tool 1 chest e of a Cbilkat Indian Indiancontaining Indiancoatag Indiancontaining
containing thlrtyoae tools tool This is the themost tbeo themeet
most complete cheat ia possession HMIIMNIal ft of oftbe ortile ofthe
tile Museum Mr Baamons has lived livedamong JhedtJteH livedamog
among these Indians I1MI many summers summersand aUIDID8r8 aUIDID8r8aaac1 summersand
and is I considered by them one of their theirtribe theirtribe theirtribe
tribe The chief occupation of the theCbllkat tlaeCldlkata theChilkat
Cbllkat ia making klag dugout canoes and andmasts aadata andmasts
masts ata Mr Bmmona is I also al an expert expertla expertI expertla
la I this UtI line 11 The chest contains carving arvingand carvingand rvlng rvlngaDd
and general working kwtvtes a aeren sernYir 1 1vice de device dovice ¬
vice chisel band rrnf dMitfrrlralsingikool dMitfrrlralsingikoolpowder YIH graining 8ralalgiliOoI 8ralalgiliOoItder tool toolpowder
powder tder pouch sewing wlag ease Iron gatt gattbook pIChoek gaffbook
book awls awl and many other implements implementsStudents IRiplemeat5Itau implementsStudent
Students from the Bteemburg State StatsNormal StateNorl StateNormal
Normal School of I Btoomburg Pa aum aumberiag BU BUberlag numboriag
beriag Iff 1 visited the Museum M yesterday yesterdayBUREAU yeatrdayaortg yesterdaymorning
morning aortgBUREAU morningBUREAU
BUREAU OF ETHNOLOGY ETHNOLOGYProf ETHNOLOGYProf ETHNOLOGYProf
Prof McGee returned yesterday lerday to tothis totltta tothis
this city elt front Mexico Xul He went to the theCity tlMCtty theCity
City of Mexico to obtain permission to tovisit toYlaU tovisit
visit Tuburn aa D island belonging to toMexlce toexlee toMexico
Mexico exlee inhabited by a primitive tribe tribeof tribeOt tribeof
of Ot Indians called the Seri There ThereheeD has hasbeen he hebeen
been some hitch in obtaining the Ut aeees aeeessary ueeerr aeeeesary
sary rr permission and Prof Pr MaQ M nypp e gave gaveup wiveup gftveup
up Ida plans He H bas al already I 7Vll yvlditOd vlf tod d the theisland tBelaad theisland
island laad and published an interesting ac account ao aoCOURt nocoust ¬
count of the inhabitants inaabttaaiDISTRICT SnubltaftdDISTRICT inhabitantsDISTRICT
DISTRICT GOVERNMENT GOVERNMENTMiss
Miss M Ml Lydia Marshall clerk In the elites oflleaof omoC elitesof
of the Secretary to the Hoard of Gemmisioaers Com Commtsstoaers
mtsstoaers 1 bas gone to Milford X H Howing HM1qg Howing
owing to Illness 111 lip la the family ef her hermother ItCtmother hotmother
mother motherThough motherThough
motherTMugh
Though Major Richard Sylvester Su Soperlatendeat Superintendent IMperltt ¬
perintendent of Police bar more e than m mmen 8Mm 500men
men m under 11 his command for er various pur purposes JMtrpo purposes ¬
poses be regard the force inadequate fer fertb ferUte forthe
Ute tb work required of it It The District Districtembraces Dletr1ctlIrly Districtenmbraces
embraces nearly seventy square aq miles 1wI of ofterritory eCt oftorribry
territory wherein are the cittes of ofWaeklagton orWMktxtoa ofWaehIngton
Waeklagton and Georgetown Ute Uteor street streetand streetsand
and avenues of which alch including the these of otthe ofUN ofthe
the thickly Udckl settled ttled sections of the tb aoun aountjr OOUQty eoonty
ty comprise prlM ftM miles 11 wMI while there uUO are
110 mile mileso I of road roads travennB tra traversing the loss leathickly lossthickly 1thickly
thickly populated portions of l the Die Dtatrlet Dh Dhtrtet Dietrict
trlet To spread the police force out outover tMItn outover
over n this space day da and aaclalstet night leave Ie It so sothta 110Uti sothin
thin Uti that it Is I not always an efficient pro protection JMOtcUoa proeotion ¬
tection to property and HIt HfeWUtfeM HItwt lifeWilliam
William wt Moore of the Health Depart Department DelNarlt Departmeat ¬
meat t ha 11M gathered ptlHtr some IOID curious facts factsremUve faetarelaht factsrelative
relative to the births IB the Ditriet Ditrietfrom DltttrtetClOM Districtfrom
from year to year IM For th tM kcal 1 period periodended perlHe periodoaded
ended e Jun J June 10 last there titer ware w 471 471births 471btrUaa 4741births
births of which blela 1904 were white and
1897 were colored Mr Moor > figure figurethat l lguresthat ANI ANItt
that neatly onebalf 1aaJr of f the whU white chil children UUdrea eliidrea ¬
drea horn 1 and over onehalf ef tb the colored col colored colwed ¬
ored OHM OR die before tb the achoel I age a Of Qfthe OftJHt Ofthe
the number who enter t4r aejwol 1 jte01 six years yearshence yrHDce yearshence
hence oneftfth Ittb die before they reach th thage tH tHae theage
age of twelve years If all goes well wellabout wellAboat wellabout
about 1 1400 of the white witt boys bore last lastyoar Jutyear lastyear
year will lead as many girls te the tb altar altarin alLarIn altarIn
in 1 122 22 and ad something Ig like MO dusky duskymen duskymen
men will apply at the court house for formarrtag forIIUUTtap formarriage
marriage licenses lIe that year r Though Thoughsanitary TbouaklI Thoughsanitary
sanitary lI science lICe ha ba mad made great t progress pregroMU pregr pregrIt
It baa be not yet pointed out the means 0 to topreserve topro toprose
preserve pro life among children
NAVY DEPARTMENT DEPARTMENTA
A paragraph in Secretary Moody1 Moody1annual loodaaDnual Moodysannual
annual report is of r particular appro appropriateness appropriaten approprlateneaa ¬
priateness priaten In view of what hat ia a DOW taking takingplace taka takalaee takingplace
place laee in Venesuela After stating that thatthis thattlll thatthin
this is a period perl of training In the navy navyhe uyhe navyhe
he says saysIt saysIt ys ysIt
It is I needle to say that the pur purpose purpoee parpole ¬
pose of all this thl Instruction and Dd trainlag train training tralllIng ¬
ing is to sake Ute navy y fit for its ul ultimate ulUmate ultimate ¬
timate design as an instrument ot war warfare warfare warfare ¬
fare The navy serves ry many aT useful pur purposes purHIea purposes ¬
poses in times Um of peace which should shouldby shouldby houldby
by no means be minimised Nevertheless Neverthelessit Neverthelo NevertheloIt
it would not exist in anything like like itspresent its itspresent I Iprellent
present form form it the possibility Ibmty of war warwere warere warwere
were ere not In contemplation It is believ believed bel1e bel1eed believad ¬
ed to be the duty of the department to toemploy toemploy toemploy
employ the mean which Congress CODer has hasplaced basplaced hasplaced
placed at its disposal al to develop every everyteteiA everylatett < yel7 yel7Jatem
teteiA power ot material and personnel personneland personneland rSODDel rSODDelaDd
and see that all branches braach of the service servicei serviceoperate rYt rYto
i operate o IB intelligent harmony harmos c This Thiseonotitute TbhieoUtut Thhconstitutes
constitutes that preparedness prepttrec1ft for war warwhich warwhlcl1 warwhich
which Is I the beat guaranty raty of the continuance con contiauance CODtlnuAnce
tiauance of peace It ha has been remem remembered remelDbered remembered ¬
bered at every stop p that the people peopledesire peopledesire peopledesire
desire peace and not war aDd that the thenavy theDaV thena
navy should be potent that peace may maybe marbe maypreserved
be nanavy preserved This Tit TM preparedness for forwar forwar or orwar
war should b be complete a partial rUal or orhalfway or1I1W1 orhalfway
halfway preparation will not insure us usagainst WIaplnet usagainst
against attack may even 11 Invite it itTbe ItThe ItThe
The recommendations of Secretary
Moody ia the way of naval construction constructionhave CODstrUCUoaban constructionhave
have not yet been seat to Congress Ia Iaa IDa Ina
a rpB8 general 1 way he ha hq urged that hat tb tbnavy U UDavy the thenavy
navy be increased as far as a possible possibleboth petIeblboth possibleboth
both u to tbe number of ships and andthe aDdthe andthe
the number ot officers and men noeesnary neces necessary DeeetIry ¬
nary ry to equip them It is understood understoodhowever uoclentoodbowever understoodhowever
however he will closely cloeel follow the plan planof plaDor planor
or last year and urge the building bundln of ofas ofas ofas
as many battleship battleahl and heavy cruisers cruisersas arul arula
as a Congress may deem the country able ableto ableto ableto
to afford It is apparent that for the thepresent tbepreHnt thepresent
present the departments desire for shal shallow allallow shallow ¬
low draught gunboats for or ue ia South SouthAmerican SoutbAmonean SouthAmorlcan
American bays lHiy and rivers will be set setaside Rtalde setaside
aside for this u session sessionMarriage sessionRUMAME 100 100ROMANCE
ROMANCE OF ARTIST ARTISTLEADS ARTISTLEADS
LEADS TO WEDOING WEDOINGMarriage EfflNG EfflNGMarriage
Marriage of Walter Wesley WesleyLampkin WesleyLampkin WesleyLampkin
Lampkin to Miss Regan ReganPHILADBLPHIA ReganlIULADIILPHIA ReganPHILADKLPHIA
PHILADBLPHIA Dee U IJAa A the re result reI reIMilt rosult ¬
sult of a oourtahlp which began be a a few fewmonths fewmonths I IJIHHIUK
months ago at UN th historical manoton IDa IDacupkocl iscupid oc occupied ¬
cupid by General Lafayette during the tbeRevolutionary theRMoluUoD8ty theRevolutionary
Revolutionary war Miss Madge Wad Regan Roganof Reganof Repaot
of Upper Roxborough and WoWi WaHarWea WaHarWealey WttfWioJWJley Wenr Wenrley
ley LimpkiB Li pld a Philadelphia landscapeartist landscape landscapeartist HIC HICarttt
artist were married last evening at the theChurch tlteClm theChurch
Church Clm h ef th the Holy Family 11 North Mara Maraymk Manayunk X Xyuak
yunk yunkWhile yuakWlaUe ymkWhile
While OB a tour through Montgomery Montgomerycounty MODl8G1D MODl8G1Dcounty Montgomerycounty
county where be wa wa collecting subjects subjectsfor aubjeetror subjectsfor
for colonial sketches Mr Larapkin finally finallyreached Aoollyreached nallr nallrreacW
reached the th mansion which w waa occupied occupiedby oocuptedby occupiedby
by Lafayette and permlssioM to paint paintthe paintthe paintthe
the historical Jill torSeal place waa readily granted grantedby graDtedby grantedby
by th t the e master aeter ot the hove TIM artist artistwaa arttwaa artistwas
waa then introduced to a fair young girl girlwho 111who girlwho
who explained the th points of Interest InterestBy 1erMtBy InterestBy
By way of showing his h appreciation appreciationMr
Mr Lampklu painted a llfesise lifelit picture picturetof pictureot
tof Ids fntr qlr II guide which he presented to toher ther toher
her Their friendship trteDd lp ripened into tov tovaad love Joyeaad loveand
aad the story end 8D a H follows followsMiss toUowsIlea followsMiss
Miss Mads Hegaa of Upper Roxbor RoxborOHgh RoxborMIlh Roxborough
OHgh < and Walter We Wee Wesley ley Lawpkln of ofPhiladelphia eCPhllacllphla f fPhiladelphia
Philadelphia wer were married rrled last evening eveningat Ir Irat
at the Church of the Holy Hol Family North NorthManayunk NorthloIaTunk NorthMaaayunk
Manayunk by the Rev Michael Cor Corby CorbyThe ley leyTbe IeyThe
The bride wore a gown of white hUe silktrimmed silk silktrimmed aUktrt
trimmed trt with Duchess lace la and carried carriedan CNTJedan carriedan
an Ivory prayer book Moss Mis MI Catherine F FRegan YRcgaD FRagan
Regan sister of the bride was maid of ofhonor ofboaoI ofhonor
honor and John G Coils Cell was w best man manThe maDThe manThe
The brideetiMlde were 8re Miss II Mayme Hegaa Hegaaami ke keaad Roganand
and Mies MI Sadie Strieker StriekerFollowing StrickerPollowlng StrlckerFollowing
Following the ceremony there was a areception ILpttoh arbcptloh
reception pttoh at the home of the tb bride brt e after afterwhich alterwblck slierwhich
which the couple left oa a wedding tri trimm lrtTURN trip tripTURE
mm TURN EO TABLES ON ONReturned ONHIS O OifiSBRUTHERINtA
HIS ifiSBRUTHERINtA ifiSBRUTHERINtAReturned BROTHERINLAW BROTHERINLAWReturned
Returned Soldier Weds After AfterMany Aftert
1 r Many Difficulties DifficultiesPOTTSVILLB DifficultieslOTTSYILLW DifficultiesPOTTIVILLI
POTTSVILLB PS 1 Dee it IWilliam IWilliamJnas ILWilliamSelkus wniiam wniiamSelkua
Selkua Jnas a returned soldier from the thePhilippine tlaePhtUf thePhilippines
Philippine PhtUf pl whose HM brotherinlaw Peter PeterXuces PelerKuc PeterRce
Xuces Kuc attempted te prevent his mar marriage mrnap marriage ¬
riage with itk the letters latter slater Anna AnnaKnees AnnaBaea AnnaRunes
Knees thi this evening wedded the woman womanof woauuaor womanof
of hi his ebolee eMI although b 1M had lest nrtto lratto lestto
to place the troublesome brother IB jail jailXuoe jnkavhac jailKuees
Xuoe having tried every other eotJterto means meansto meansto
to separate the pair brought a charge chargeof cbArfof
of the J larceny wrceoy of a watch atela against Seiko Selkuawho SelIE SelIEwho Seikowho
who WM promptly acquitted acquittedSelku acquittedlelk acquittedSelkus
Selku lelk in turn caused the arrest arr of ofuce ofBuc ofl
l Buc uicee uce on a obarg oIaar of perjury perjuryJuet perjuryJut perjuryJust
Jut prior prl r U w the wedding the bride in istears int Intiara
tears t rtJ pleaded lecwled for her brothers brot release releaeeSelku 11 11Selkua releaseSoku
Selku withdrew wU1idr the charge hostilities hoetlllU hoetlllUwere hostilitieswere Mostllitioswr
wr were called Ued off and Muoes oflleiated otedItetIt ofl ciated as asbet asbest
bet man at his sisters Iater wedding weddingDR wecldlacDR weddingDR
DR BELL COMING COMINGWord COMINGWord COMINGWord
Word baa h b been en n received In Washington Washingtonfrom Wbtuctontr Washingtonfree
from tr Dr Alexander Graham Ball that h hi M MIt heis
i It OB o hi Ida way horn Iao home from Cap Cape Breton Bretonlaland DretolllelaH BretonIsland
Island whore Wli lNt h ha au been spending p he besunnier heaumill hesummer
sunnier IB IRkl in kls country eoUlitryDr how howDr tpme tpmeDr
Dr Bull n reached Montreal yesterday yesterdayOB eatnta eatntaOD
OB his way south He II said 141 in the past pastsummer pastsummer
summer 1 he b had made mad experiments with withkites wltbkites withkite
kites kite he expected would result in i the so solution 80hUoa solution ¬
lution of the tying maohiiHi preWoin Ue Ilefather H Hfarther Uefurther
farther said a l h he woold make the detail detailpublic dfialtpublic detailspublic
public before some ome eelentlie b body dy d
NEW YORK MilLIONAIRE MilLIONAIREANO ILLIOAIBEANLI
ANO YACHTSMAN WEDS WEDST ES EST
T MacIntyre A and Mrs Lu Lucie Lucie 1ucie
cie V Mitchell United UnitedBALTIMORE UnitedBALTUIOR UnitedBALTf1lOKL
BALTIMORE Dec IS lTIte Tbe mom momgorgeous JROP mattgorgeous
P gorgeous and elaborate homo wcWa wcWaver 1IdIac wttdtsrever
ever ver witnessed in Baltimore was that of ofTbo ofThomas rf rfThomas
Thomas Tbo Alexander Maclntyre yachts yachtaman CIt yachtsman l
man clubman elllb millionaire and Wall WallStreet WanStreet WallStreet
Street magnate e ot N Nu w York York to Mrs MrsLucle InLucie MrsLucie
Lucie Vera Mitchell Ute hell formerly fOr Mtas 111 Mle Lute LejwMartin LucioMrtln LuteMartin
Martin a Baltimore belle but DOW areaSdeDt aresident a aresident
resident of New York YorkThe YorkTbe YorkThe
The ceremony took place pine at t the home homeof lIoeot homeof
of Dr and Mrs James D Jglebart the tilelaUeI thelatter thelatter
latter an aunt of the bride The wall n and andceiling andeetUng d deetUq
ceiling of every room in I th Ute mansion mansionwaa mansionwas 10 10w
was w literally hidden behind exonlalte ar arrangement arrangements 1 1nementa ¬
rangement of amtIsx ami flax lax and orchids The Thefloral TlteJIoral Thefloral
floral decoration alone are said to have haveDelmonico Ray Rayeoet hayscoat
coat 30008 30008Delmolco 130000Delmonico
Delmonico served the wedding weddl break breakfast breakfut breakfast ¬
fast for MO guests Immediately IlD1ItecItateJ after Iter th thknot the theknot theknot
knot had been tied at t BOOB A musical musicalprogram musicalprogram alca 1 1program
program was U rendered by the Men Mendelssoh Mendelaaoh Mendetssoh
delssoh Glee Club Quartet of New York YorkDuring Yor YorDurlq YorkDuring
During the breakfast that followed theceremony the theeermony th thD
ceremony eermony D the Hungarian Orchestra of ofNew orNew ofNew
New fork furnished music musicTh mualeThe musicThhe
Th The usher u were we Frederick P f Lock Lockwood LookWOOd Loekwocd
wood Wilbur Maclatyr J Frank P PMitchell PMitchell
Mitchell lke en son of the th 1iM14iI arid W Watson WatoonMartin WatHnMartla WatsonMartin
Martin and W Ln IADIJI Langley iy Martin Marti aH of ofNw ofNew
New York and Watson Boato Beal Randall of ofBaltimore ofBaltimore ofBaltimore
Baltimore Baltimore The beat man wa Wall Thorn ThornS Thomas TlaOtDUs
S s Ormlston of New York YorkThe YorkThe YorkThe
The matron of honor and only Iy attend attendant attendant attendant ¬
ant of the bride was her daughter Mr MrHerbert Xn Xnliertert MrIderpert
liertert Herbert B Seeley of New York YOrk who whowore whowore whowore
wore a gown 10 of white hl14 chiffon cia embroider embroidered brolder broldered ¬
ed In snowballs and oatate daiNes and carried carrieda
a muff of daisies dateleThe datal dataln daisiesThe
The n brid bride entered the he drawing ra wtac room roomwith roomwiUa roomwith
with her SON Archibald Paul Mitchell Mitchellby MttdHtllby Mitchellby
by whom she was given 81 away Her gown gownwa gowsawas OWII OWIIwu
wa wu a Paris creation of crop d de chine of ofa ofa ofa
a mauve shad elaborately bonttel embroidered embroideredin
in a design of orchid sad trimmed with withpoint withpolDt withpoint
point lace She carried a shower bouquet bouquetof
of orchids orchidsMany cmhldsXaa orchidsMany
Many Xaa costly eoetl ad beautiful tltDl presents presentswere prtawere presentswere
were received including Jewels gold and andsliver aa4dlr andsilver
sliver plate and works of art A special apecialtrain specialtrain specialtrain
train brought thirty guests S from New NewCOUPLE
York YDrkCOUPLE YorkOUPE
COUPLE OUPE ELUDES IRATE IRATEGirl IRATEFATHER IRATEFATHER
FATHER WITH IT SHOTGUN SHOTGUNGirl
Girl Climbs Down Ladder to toMeet toI toMeet toMeet I
Meet Lover LoverKNOXVILLB LvverKHOXVILL LoverKNOXVILLli
KNOXVILLB Tonn T Dee IJAfter ILAfterseveral It IJAfterenl After Afterbeen
several enl ftimpts t at an a elopement t had ltadbeen hadbsen
been frustrated by SB Irate father taUt with witha
a doublebarrel shotgun Pleaaant Hill Hillw HillAlPrllM Hillwassrpriseltbf
w wassrpriseltbf AlPrllM surpriaouby W tit tilt heW news that IFajr Fjrank FjrankLewto tk tkLewis k kL4nrta
Lewis and Narclssa Russell both promo promoneat promtwent protDt
went t and the the latter daughter of one of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the richest rlc nun In the county had hadfinally hadIDally hadSnally
finally succeeded nec ia marrying marryingLewis marrytqLewla marryingLewis
Lewis went to the home of ate brid bridafter bel belafter bride brideafter
after midnight icbatPt planted a thirtyfoot lad ladder ladder ladder ¬
der beneath her window climbed up upawoke tiPawoke upawoke
awoke her and aD4 after she had draaaed draaaeddrove drldroYe dresseddrove
drove fifteen miles mU before daylight to tobe tobe tobe
be wedded while the father was cooling coolinghis cootlDKhi coolinghis
his hi shotgun at t borne borneTEACHING homeTEACHING borneTEACifiNG
TEACHING AGRICULTURE AGRICULTUREIN 1 1Delegation
IN MARYLAND MAR LAND SCHOOLS SCHOOLSDelegation SCHOOLSDelegatioR
Delegation Visits Natiaaal Capital and andThe aDdHears andHears
Hears Addresses AddressesThe HI HITile
The delegation of twentyfive tweatrIveben ssom members ssombera
ben of sea school sol boards of Maryland rural ruraldistricts ruraldlstrlets
districts which inspected the various varlouabureau YRrloubar variousbureaus
bureau bar oC f th the Department of Agriculture Agricul Agriculture AKrleultre ¬
ture yesterday renewed their sightsee sightseeing ahtMelag sightseeIng ¬
ing today t Last night a lengthy Ithywas session sessionwa eeloawas
wa was held in I the parlors of tb tIM National NationalHotol Natloaa1Hotel NationalHotel
Hotel at which laleh subjects of interest and andimportance adlporlaDee andimportance
importance to tbe modern agriculturist agriculturistwere aarlcullrtatwere agriculturistwere
were discussed discussedTbe II IIThe discussedThe
The delegation came to WachlagtoB WuJa1aItoBat WuJa1aItoBattlM at atthe atthe
the invitation ll vltaUoD of W L L Amos the head headof ltN4of heedof
of th the department of institute of the theMaryland tHMary1aacl theMaryland
Maryland Agricultural College for the tbepurpose thepurpooe thepurpose
purpose of considering th the t1MoC beat maaaa maaaaof mesasof
of iBtrodHiag latrCMIuel agricultural studios atud into intoschools IntoIIClIoolII Intoschools
schools of the rural districts Aa ap appropriation ap approprlatton appropristloa ¬
propriation already voted by b th u Mary Maryland MarylaIHI Maryland ¬
land Legislature will be aulat ufltci nt to pay payfor jayfor y yfor
for such uch instruction for the present presentDr preeeaLDr presentDr
Dr A C True TMHI chief of the division of ofexperiment oCexperhlJeDt ofexperiment
experiment stations of the th Agricultural AgriculturalDepartment A rJculturalDepant AgriculturalDepartment
Department also Mr Splllmaa repre representing repreMDUDIit representing ¬
senting Dr Oalloway of the same me de department epartJlJent department ¬
partment addressed the delegation last lastevening Juteeln lastevening
evening eeln and expressed expr hearty appro approbation approbation ppro pprohaUoa ¬
bation of th the plan of haYing agricultural agriculturalpursuit agriculturalpursuits srlculturalpuul
pursuit taught IB schools schoolsMr sclaoollr schoolMr
Mr Amos A then took up tb the theme themewhich t twhich themewhich
which was fully 1111 discussed by all present presentAccording pr presentAccording ent entAee0r4l
According Aee0r4l to several eral of Ute speakers speakersa
a strong troD prejudice exists in many man rural ruralsections ruralse ruralsections
sections se lo s not t only in Maryland but buttin tin tinother in inother n nother
other States against having agriculture agriculturetaught agriculturetaught elture elturetatlpt
taught in schools This Thl prejudice is due dueto dueto dueto
to a belief bell C that other studies stud I will be beslighted beanshted beslighted
slighted ltd and lad also to a desire on the part partof partor partof
of many ny parent that their sons and auddaughters aOOdaghton anddaughters
daughters take up other pursuits in life lifebeside liCeIdea lifebesides
beside Idea farming farml By gradually forcing forcingth lorel loreltIM forcingthe
th tIM study into the school rooms roo bow bowever boweYer however
ever and Ial ignoring the tb protests of the thefarmer Uefarm thefarmers
farmer farm thi this objection eau be generally generallyovercoat paeralbOreo generallyovercome
overcoat N and aJMIla in a short time several 11 of oftbe ofthe ofthe
the members ben of school boards Mid the thestudy tlteatuel thestudy
study atuel of agriculture would become becomeone beeolDfODe becomeone
one of the beat liked of the curriculum curriculumIt
It created more interest among OAK the tbepupil tll tllpuptls thepupils
pupil and parrots paTlm soon saw that even eventhough eYentlMMl eventhough
though their children aJtUt eD did not fellowfermlag fellow fellowfarming 1011I 1011IIIrmlq
farming the Instruction was of value 1 in inmany 10r inmany
many r ways waysIt A7tIIt waysIt
It appeared to be the consensus of ofopinion oropl1 ofopinion
opinion opl1 of those present that the amount amnnniof amountof anUDoC
of money allotted at t present in n rural ruraldistricts ruraldl ruraldistricts
districts dl trtcta for the pay pa of teachers tobe to en entirely eatlrel entirely ¬
tirely tlrel Inadequate and that the bt Instruetious in instruction Intructlou ¬
struction cannot be induced to teach in incountry 1ftcouat uncountry
country couat school schoolPisco selaoollMaces schoolsMaces
Maces of general general interest will be beIt v vited vi viIced
Iced It by tb the datomUton today under list thoguidance t tcutdaZUI listguidance
guidance of Mr Az Ames e
JOHN MITCHELL GIVEN GIVENOVATION GIVENOVATION
OVATION OVATIONBalled IN BUFFALO BUFFALOHailed
Hailed as a Victor Over OverWayne OverWayne OverWayne
Wayne iYUcVeagh MacYeaghBUlIPALO MacVea h hBUFFALO
BUFFALO N Y Doe IS lSJe lSJeUtclten l3John l3JohnMitchell Jehn JehnMitchell
Mitchell president of the Mine Workera Workerastopped Work Worktopped Workers Workersstopped
stopped off la I Buffalo last night for torboar aa aahour anhour
hour on o hi W way to Scraiton Icnut Fa Mr MrMitchell MeKltclaeU MirMitchell
Mitchell was M recognised at McLeod Ho Hotel Ifo Ifotel Hotel ¬
tel by T P Kelle Kelley a wellmown steel steelmagnate ateelmapte steelmagnate
magnate and Dd saluted luUd with wlthrMy wlt1aXy withMy
My congratulations Mr 1 Mitchell MitchellYou XlteltelLYou MitchellYou
You are the only man who wlao ever got gotth sottbe gotthe
th the better of Wayne Wa MacVeagh MacVeaghOh MaeV
Oh no no you overrate the circum circumstance GtrcttM8taDCe drones dronesstance ¬
stance T bad very little to do at Scran Scranton Su Suton Sersnton
ton save ve watch the proceeding proceedingBegging proeeedl proeeedlDetArI proceedingsBegging
Begging DetArI your pardon Insisted ted Mr MrKelley MrKene MrKelley
Kelley Kene you are the only man a who ever everaccomplished everaccomplished 1 1aeeotapUabed
accomplished the feat Ito and andcredit II IIcredit deserve deservecredit
credit for it itMr It ILMr
Mr Mitchells reply wa WH drowsed out outby eatby outby
by a shout of HJ Three r cheers for Uw Uwleader theleader
leader of the miner mlaersl Dorsi si They were given givenwith gh ghwith givenwith
with a will by the hotel guests Speak Speaking SpeakIq Speakleg ¬
leg casually euuall Mr Mitchell mentioned mentionedPresident mentionedPresident ttouecl ttoueclPreeldeat
President liter and paid star the fallowing fal fallowing 11IowtDtt ¬
lowing tribute tributeI tribalI
I believe belle that Mr Deer and aacIe some someef somaof
ef e th the other coal baron baro are re sincere sincerebut sincerebut neere neere1ntt
but they have tIN wrong ideas and prin principles 1118dV prfadpie ¬
ciples dV and it la next to Impossible to toget topt toget
get them to acknowledge the facto Mr MrBaer MrBaer MrBeer
Baer ia my opinion la an honest man manand manand a aDel
and live Uy according to hi principles principlesJut tnBetplesJUtlt principlesJust
Jut before beror President Mitchell departed de departed de departed ¬
parted from home some of his hi towns towupeople townspeople townspeople ¬
people gave e him a box of cigars and andseveral a841MYeral andseveral
several carried banners bearing the la label label Isbet ¬
bel Our next governor governorMCLEARY governorMCLEARY governorf governorFIRM
MCLEARY f DECLARES HIS HISFIRM HISFIRM
FIRM Will PAY IN FULL FULLThsmas FULLThemaa FULLThomas
Thomas F Cleage Says Suspension ef efGrain 9fGrain ofGrain
Grain Brokers Does Not Injure InjureHim InjureHim InjureHim
Him HimCHICAGO HimOHICAGO HimCHICAGO
CHICAGO Dee D ItyW uw l W McClearythe MeCleary MeClearythe MeClryUte
the autpaaalon of 1 whoa brokerage firm firmwaa ArmWU firmwas
was announced during the slump in De D Doena Dooember
comber oena sera eor yesterday eotwda said BM Jilts hi com company eompuy company ¬
pany wilt meet its obligation 16 1 IN cents eonUon ettltaOD centson
on the dollar and aDdUaat that within a day r or ortwo ortwo ortwo
two it will be ready for or business but again againA aplaA againA
A clique of traders and eommiosion eommiosionhouse eoMm eommfesenhouses 1 1boa
house boa has boon looking look for or our scalp scalpfor ea1ptor scalpfor
for some time said Iel Mr MeCleary McClearyThey MeClearyThey ry ryThey
They found us meeting eetlng all margin margincalls marslncaU margincall
calls promptly but were determined dt to toland tolaDd toland
land us u W We have not Mea treated right rightbut rlg rightbut t tbut
but I do DOt care to go into details detailsWe detalIBWe detailsWmwlll
We We Wmwlll will open again IB a day or two twoThe twoThe twoThe
The calls for margins came In so rapidly rapidlyw raphllywe rapidlywe
w we did DOt have ve time tI to prepare for forthem fortlMm forthem
them and before long they bad 41 reached
19000 We are tOt only trading for forCleage fOlCleap forCleage
Cleage but also ass had a big list of traders tradersIn tradenba tradersIn
In New York YorkThorn Yorkr YorkThomse
r Thorn Thomse F Cioaga GS4UM tbe bead et th Ute St StLouis at atLe StLewis
Lewis Louis Le pool J in December DecaiI oora said saidI W Wox
ox I will stand pat I will accept all allgrain aUcraiD allgrain
grain delivered to me it It ta up 11 to tograde torade tograde
grade and I will protect my trades trad trades My Mypoaltioa Myposition y ypoeltlo
position ia as strong now aa it ha ka ever evrbeen eyerMea everbeen
been beenI
I I placed some of my y trades try through throughMtClcary throttghI throughMcCleary
MtClcary I C1rr A Co I also traded through throughfiftytwo throughShytwo
fiftytwo other Chicago broker brokera The TheMcCleary TIMKcCly TheMcClesry
McCleary suspension does not affect me mein mela mein
in Ute least leastMR 11MR leastSIR
MR CARNEGIE CARNEGIETO TO ATTEND ATTENDOPENING ATTENDOPENING ATTENDOPENING
OPENING OF LIBRARY LIBRARYInvitations LIBRARYInvitaUeu LIBRARYInvitations
Invitations Sent Oat for Dedicatory DedicatoryExercises DedicatoryExercises DedicatoryExercises
Exercises to Be Held HeldJanuary HeIdJanuary HeldJanuary
January JanuaryCootmiasioner 7 7CotDaaooer 7Commissioner
Commissioner Macfarland president presidentef
of the WaahlBgtoa aIBieR Public Library LibraryBudding UbIIryIJuUtllq LibraryBuilding
Budding Commission CotDaata ha lies received 1 a let lotUt lettroaa lettot
Ut front Andrew Carnegie CarD accepting aoeepU the theinvitation MIDYitattoB theInvitation
invitation to be present at th Ute dodiea dodieaUoa decllcaUoa dediaUoa
Uoa of the building on January 7 It Itwas Itwu Itwas
was through the gift of 1M 350011 MM by Mr MrCarnegie MrCarnegie 1 1CUMBIe
Carnegie that the library betiding < wa waerected was VfUeeted waserected
erected erectedInvitation erectedInvitations eeted eetedJnTltatioos
Invitation for the opening of tb tbbuilding th thhulldhag thebuilding
building will b be sent at out today Th TIle ca capacity eapac1tJ aapadty ¬
pacity of th the building is limited and andthe andtlte andthe
the number of invitations will b be re restricted reatrleted restrieted ¬
stricted to atheist 1 and representative representativemen repre ataU ataUD
men D President Roosevelt has signified signifiedbis stgntfledhis pitied pitiedhis
his intention to be prevent preventThe preaentTbe presentThe
The member eJDMn of the Cabtret ambers uiemberaof ambersof
of Congress CoDer and prominen clUscn of ofWashington ofWulalD ofWashington
Washington WulalD wilt complete the liat The Theinvitations T1teIBvttatlou Theinvitations
invitations are not transferable traerblethey and andthey andthey
they requeat a reply whether they will willb willbe willbe
b be accepted or not JaOt so all necessary ar arrangements 1ranpmeta arrangements ¬
rangements can b be made madeTh mad madThe madeTb
Th The hour for the dedicatory dedleator exercise exerciseis 8Xerel 8Xerelt exerciseis
is set t for 210 oclock on 0 the afternoon afternoonof afterooof
of January 7 7 Music for the occasion occasionwill oeeuloDwill occasionwill
will be furnished furl by the Marine Band BandThe BandThe BandThe
The exorcises will consist mainly of a abrief abrief abrief
brief address addr by Commissioner Macfar Macfarland Macfarlanel Macfarland ¬
land turning over the building to the thelibrary theUbrary thelibrary
library trustees truet Theodore Xoyes No will willrespond WillreapoDd willrespond
respond on behalf of tbe trustees Mr MrCarnegie MrCarnegie 1 1CarD
Carnegie CarD will deliver an extended ad address addr address ¬
dr dressAfter dress dressAfter
drAfter After the exercise through the af afternoon aCterDOGD afternoon ¬
ternoon and evening eDnl the U library build building buUelIII buildlag ¬
ing < will be open to the public publicCRICKBT publicCRICKKT publicCRICKET
CRICKET ON THE HEARTH HEARTHThe HEARTHTIM HEARTHThe
The thraet three act play The Cricket Orl kot oa oathe 011the onthe
the Heart given in All Souls Church Churchlecture Choralelecture brck brckleclalre
lecture room is I on ODe of the prettiest en entertainments enttatnmta entertalamenta ¬
tertainments of the week It was u credit creditably credltabl crditably ¬
ably abl prevented last night The scene be between between between ¬
tween Caleb Plumwer Kdward C Town TownBend TOWDMIld Townsend
Bend and his h blind daughter Bertha BerthaMay BerthaMay BerthaMay
May Jameson was especially peetaUr wall done doneAda doneAda doneAda
Ada Lout Louise Townsend mad made a delightful delightfulTilly deUptculTlIlr delightfulTilly
Tilly Slowboy Mr In Betty FlorenceLeach FlorenceLeach Florence FlorenceLeach
Leach won frequent applause e as Mrs MrsPlddiag lr lrPlddIDS MrsFiddtag
Plddiag These parts and d th the role of ofMr ofMr ofMr
Mr Tackleton by William II Snyder Soyderwere Bayelerwere Snyderwere
were especially good The performancewill performance performancewill performaDcewill
will be repeated tonight and nd Friday FridayBight Fridaysllht Fridaynight
Bight
5 Teeth eea eeaand That Fit Fitand 06
and net our rnlorc reeDfOfted l MxHloo MxHloowhich valor valorwhich a ahicb
which hicb makes JnllII th them m Bt accurately accuratelyLOWEST accuratelyIOWEST accuratelyLOWEST
LOWEST pricw prl on CromM sad aadPilling HdiI1illP sadFillings
Pilling iI1illP during < Holidays PAIN PAINLESS lAINU PAINL15 ¬
LESS U L15 8S Extraction ExtractionDR ExtnICU ExtnICUDR EtractioaDR
DR PATTOWS PATTOWSUNION PATTONSUNION PATTNSUNION
UNION DENTAL PARLORS PARLORS91O
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DR DE SERAK LECTURES LECTURESON
ON OCCULT SCIENCE SCIENCEOB I IOM
OM OB of a S Seri Series rie of Sxperimeatal Ezpesi natal Se Seances Seanc Seances ¬
ances anc ia fofcutal riental Jtottriciaw JtottriciawOa mcte mcteO
Oa O Wednesday l evening Dr Albert Albert1eraIr d dSera de debeak
beak Sera tb Ute Tibetan adept gave pveIect M ittleestdg later lateroat
oat estdg lecture Iect on Occult Setae 8eIaeotile be beto before
I to fore the Oriental Csoterlc tertc Circle ef tan taneltjr tIettJ thiscity
city at Ita Its it headquarter 144S Corcoran CorcoranStreet eonnstMet Corosrsei CorosrseThe
Street StreetThe stMetTtte i
The lecture wa was ODe of a series of OCtat ex exvr x xpdrntMt
pdrntMt vr = lunar tat saaaeas ta Oriental OrIeIatalDr esotartc eseissieisnn esotartctem
tem whisk Dr serak Jr la c coudeictlag < mdeUaa for th thtaatroctlon tM tMtaatrucu the1satrsctiat
taatroctlon of the member of the t1 evil evilwho ftkwtao cultwit
who wit are reaMent residents of W Washington la I IIt addklon ad addition ¬
dition It U te the member of th Ie etrele a atarfo aof atarp
tarp number of Invite 1te4Ipre guest goes s war warpresent were werepresent
presentDr present presentDr pre atDr
Dr Bank after an apology to to1Id Ma Maaudience hisasdi
asdi audience 1Id nee delivered ala lecture u uFrench iii iiiJIrea istrench
French passing pa frequently for Miss MissA XJqAP MissAgee
Agee A AP B i Marslaad Mars his secretary to toMansmnd totrte totraastate
trte his words Into Kaglkb xa xaanIaDd ties tiesMaroind
Mansmnd anIaDd who la f graduate of the Unt University UntYerslty a aIt
Yerslty It of Cambridge Ca Knglaad and lUllmbee a amember amember
member mbee of the Esoteric Society 8oelet of ofTlbe ofTIM ofTibe
TIM did this Ud fluently aueDU mad It la I to toclear her herclear herclear
clear and ad rapid translation tnuualat that thi i the ma majority ma maJority majority ¬
jority of the audience ce owes 0 Its njoy eajymtent njoyment 7 7at
ment of the aeaaee emaaThe aeaaeeThe ce ceTJae
The leetarer h ver mad made a brief rIeCof expceitlon expceitlonof
of BOOM of f the general troths tn of jccult ccultism jccultlam lCCUltlata
lam and then turned Ida attention att ta teexplaDattoa an anexplanation anexplanation
explanation of the ferns lore over which whichthe wtaJcIItile whichthe
the occult oc adept has control Thla Thlaplantation TIt u npisntatts uplaataU
plantation plaataU he lllnotnited with lantern lanternalldec Jut JutwlalQ lanternslid
alldec slid which showed owecIc various diagram diacramaebarts diagramcharts
arts and Insignia tawlgntaThe InsigniaThe S STM
The yemnindM of the tileah seoaton was waagiven wasgiven
given ah over to practical ctlea1 demonstrattena demonstrattenabr t tb
b br Dr Serak of the statemee atatementa s nude tie te tehis fahla Inhis
his previous pre1o discussion The T s paaainc of ofobjects ofobJeela ofobjects
objects selected leeted by the aadfeaee through throughmaterial tWoqlttertal throughmaterial
material tertal obstacles tacl each a a the floor or orwalls OJwalta orwalls
walls to show the control of mind over overmatter oYermatter overmatter
matter and the breaking of 0 glass II and andexplosion andexpaOD andexpiNon
explosion of matches by force of will willwere willwere willwere
were among the moat ID Interesting expert expertmeats experttlDta experiments
meats meatsThere mentsThere tlDta
tlDtaT1aere
There were eq undoubtedly some visitor rialtorapresent visitorpresent t tPreRDt
present who were inclined to explain the theexhlbffKma theexhibitions
exhibitions as sleight of hand and me mechanical IDe IDecUDlcal mechanical ¬
chanical trickery However aa Dr
Serak says 78 la the magazine 1IJIIP1d of which he
Is the editor Truth needs no defense defenseIt deCe deCeIt
It Is I or it is not DOtJld and if it is It is Its Itsown It Itown itsown
own proof
HUNT FOR PHILIPPEUDRONES PHILIPPINE PHILIPPINELADHOHES PHILIPPINELAURONES
UDRONES LAURONESMUiatary TO BE MADE UDEMilitary MADEMUltary
Military to Help Wipe Out Outi OutVarious OutVarious
i Various Robber Bands BandsA
A A l4rvm hunt Is being organized or aatzed In laMe InOle Intie
Me PhlllpnlSiu run J = 1 h Is which hlch both the local localunotahulniy local1I1M1 localseasiabe
seasiabe unotahulniy 1I1M1 ssir and the military will take takepart t tpart takeps
part partAround partaQa ps
Around Manila and in Cavlte Cavl e province provincethose proTiocebaye provinceIlese
those rabbi bands have be been < n growing growingbolder srowinglIolcler growingbolder
bolder Dfeterilr DlrC r ofteu 11 petty < Hy Tat sore soreband oIDU somdaes
U serious s OD the IncreaO owned ownedbands rrod rrodlad
bands band who lad refuge in the adjaceut adjaceuthips adjao > ot otbins otWill
bins and svmatains talos are committing committingTartooa ccmmlttitJlI eetnmittingnrleen
Tartooa depiedatluiis I IloDL They Th y are not so soaunteioua 10aw sosumelem
aunteioua aw or a es well ell armed as to errata errataa createrrlouMttuattee
a rrlouMttuattee aerlona attention but the government is isdetermined 1sa isdetermined
determined to pat a stop top to their optra optraAfter optrau optraAft operatisa
u tisaList
After months tits of inactivity th army is isto IS101M isto
to 101M be called upon to assist tat In suppressing evppresslnrthese suppressingtheae mlpregglntIae8e
these bandit ndlt forces Recent aiviees front frontManila fromrtttIVEd frontManila
Manila received at the War I lcpartment lcpartments Ilrtmt > cartment cartmentsay > nt ntM
s say 7 the plan is to hare the Unitid niHd Saus Saustroops Sat 8 8a stroops
troops gprrinon rrlllOn the towns whi vhn hi a law lawforre Irj lnrgtaforme f fof
forre of constabulary con tahulary scours th t the h > adjoin adjoinISC adjolocountry adjoinlag
lag country and put out the ladrones It Ithi ItJa Itis
hi possible a modified form of martial martialtow martialaw martiallaw
law or a eUi uepcnion ptU1on of the rights of ofhabai orIaa ofhabeas
habeas Iaa > corpus nay r aJ be proclaim 1 in Ca CaTlt a arite ayite
rite Tlt province while these the e o opt ratten rt lions are aregoing areIOlq aregoing
going on onThe onThe onThe
The campaign may al also 180 o extend to th thprovince thproytnce the theprovlncee
province of Rulacao and Rzal In A Aformer thl thlformer thoformer
former a volunteer force Is already at atwork atwork atwork
work and some t e of the ladrone bands are arebroken ar arbrokn arebroken
broken up upA upA upA
A remarkable rellUllkab e story lito U I printed la OBI OBIof OD ODor oneof
of the Manila ila papers that in Bularan BularanAmerleaa BulatanaMIIeIUI BularanAmerican
American name formerly belonging bt IODK1n to tothe tothe tothe
the array are leading cUDjIt the band of highwaymen high highwaymen hlghwaJlDen ¬
waymen and sri r leaching ilachln thorn th m the rudi rudiments rutllaeDte rudimenis ¬
ments of military turtles and how to ban handle bandie bandIe ¬
die firearm firearmThis anu anun brimsThis
This n story Is not offlciaJly confirmed eon rmEd
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Cough tSJ Syrup SJ fifty years ago was the t most sec ffureesaful secomful
eesaful t t doctor for nil throat h t and tnXd lane lung nXd nXdtbe diseases diseasesthe dnersthe
the world has ever known No to other dirtor dirtorbas dxturbas tor torbaa
bas ever been able to devise a better formulaThere formula formulaThere formu13Tbere
There I Is no cane of throat or lung l trouble which whichDr whichDr whicht
t Dr Boils Jail Cough b ftyrup Ttp will wi 11 not cure It ia t tday t tday tday >
day tbe only OII oil absolutely Bare and safe core f f T IraoIcf r
Bit JOHN W BCLL coach cold d Vrvseoom branch bkas influenza
Discoverer of Ur Bolls Cough Syrup erotrjj whooping wlaoootu 1r ysagh gb bleeding lungs or hue hueorehges b hem hemorr a aorraages <
orraages orr orehges and consumption o consumptionIT oD oDIT
IT HAS CURED THOUSANDSo
My fy little boy bad a touch of bronchial broacMalpueuBMMta broehtalc bronchialtaeemoita
c pueuBMMta = and Dr Bulls iI Cough Syrup saved savedmm
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bin mm after I had given him but a few J dotes
My iyotltw other boy aDd my husband bad bad colds coldsatao coldsalso
also 110 but thanks lanks to the U wonderful Dr Bulls Ball BallOIMIIB
OoBchSyntpttoy OIMIIB tbsp hSyruF Srnartboy tboywerecared were cared too MrsAaaie Mr Ansie
Winkle as Diamond St Brooklyn K Y YI Yco YI
I have = md Dr Balls Cough Syrup for my
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cold co and obtained great relief I have a orI orIevlH cold eoldevery coldevery
every winter and always atwa take Dr Hails Coos CoatI Coughyrup
every
Syrup yrup which wbtc helps me more than anything anythingolso D Del63
else and always cures our me Miss 4 Barbara 0 0Wilnanwon f
Williamson Andover 3a 3aI X Xy Mae
7 I have = used Dr Bulls = Coach Syrup for forany foryears
y years In my Y family l and fled sl slJ it invaluable when whenany
any of B BMrs mr children are hoarse or creepy
Mrs J C T Wynkoop S7ta and = JRaat enll O OStreet Gooa
Street Streeta Portland Oregon OregonI
I bare used Dr Bulls Couch eo Syrup for fortbe torthe
the tat seven fell years ad have always derived derivedpraat derivedgreat hell hellJmlt
great benefit from It St I also recommended itto it itto Itto
to many ny of BIT y Meads and they are very well welliwi wellRleRe4 wellueareuWith
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fal drags Neither take the poor substitute aubsi tote offered by thedealer the thedealer tiled
dealer he is I after large profit and you 011 will endanger er your yourbaaltk 10V1Malt t thealth
health or that of yoar family if yon fool with a substitute substituteInsist aubatJtuteIw substituteIUOIat
Insist OB eq DR BULLS COUGH SYRUP it is tbe best it ia iathe 1 1tJae isthe
the one that will Ill cure you and no other remedy equals it itSee It ItS itSee
See S that oar OIUTn Trade TradeMark eatk Mark the Bulls Ball Bead is oa the wrapper wrapperLarge wrPILarp wrapperLarge
Large bottles bottlM only K cents at all aUA allA draggista draggistaA
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THE STORE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY MONEYNITUR MONEYTHE MONEYTHE
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for the last twelve yean T raeeemfully ar arwonlduM ari ariwould <
wonlduM would see MO other 1 Kirk hid Ml D Street StreetS StreetS treet
LB S B WathinctoB W D DC DCI C CI CI
I use aoo M other but Dr Bulls Const ConstSyrap CoahSJrU1 CoughSyrup
Syrup It has beea used ta our fumllr farm = tv tvmany f It It1INUar ra
many a y lean an aDd a would nbe not be without ri without hout i it t a atbe ltIM ahouse
tIM house JCraest X I Curry K J Stao StaoHospital ita itaHoapItaI SinaHospital
Hospital Morris Plains M J JI JI
I used Dr Bolls Coa Cou < h Syrap with head headhalal ben benI benoSeial
Seial I results NlMtI It worked work like a charm and andoarad anlo andeared
eared a cough m ba one ala sight C It Is tae t e nicest nicestand nIeestuad nieertand
and beet cough map I ever aed Mdn W1Uia Wiliiamj i
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Delawar DelawarI DelawuIwut DelawarIwant
I Iwut WMt to teN you hew howdeUgbtsd dotteated 1ttM we an are arewith arewith
with Dr Bulls CoBgh Syrup I am not savinri
too much when I say it Is the UIey very best coughi coughiayrap cml111iana cmagbayrap
ayrap ana not only for < crown people but I never aererfouad DeTer neverfound
found fOaItilaatlalaC anything to equal it fur children Dr DrBalls DrBullsCoeghCyrupdeserves
Balls BullsCoeghCyrupdeserves 11 Coach Myrop deserves tile entire tire credit eretittformy CTe creditfor It Itfor
formy for my ebildreas 01111 good health I reoommendj
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