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DEC 22 22Rain 1902 1902I 1902Rain
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colder tomorrow tomorrowNUMBER e ngton j t me I TH3EE EE SECTIONS SECTIONSWASHINGTON SECTIONSNUIBER SECTIONSNUMBER I Icolder i icolder
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GREAT BRITAIN EASILY EASILYDUPED EASILYDUPED
DUPED BY DIPLOMATS DIPLOMATSOF DIPLOMATSOFGERMAN
OF OFGERMAN GERMAN GER J1AN EMPIRE
Suspicion Prevails in Lon London Lonion LonJon ¬
don That England Was WasUnwittingly WasUnvittingly WasUnwittingly
Unwittingly Led Le Into IntoVenezuelan lot lotVenezuelan IntoVenezuelan
Venezuelan Trouble TroubleCriticism TroubleCriticism TroubleCriticism
Criticism of Government for forIts forI forits
Its I ts Course Severest From FromSupporters FromSupportersPublic FromSupportersPublic
Supporters SupportersPublic Public Senti Sentiment Sentlm Sentiment ¬
ment m nt With Balfour BalfourParis BalfourParis BalfourParis
Paris Press Points to Dip Diplomatic Diplomat1c Diplomatic ¬
lomatic Victory for theUnited the theUnited theUnited
United States Powers PowersMade PoversVade PowersMade
Made to Show ShowTheit Their Hands HandsUJNLXJN HandsNDON HandsUNDON
UJNLXJN NDON Dec aPIiWie PuWIe interest t I IVcnesuelaa Jtne is isr
r Vcnesuelaa tne eomplleatisns Is iaereaRf iaereaRft her herII iserea isereaIi
t II Ureat Britain ewlag to the fa faGh faGhtb faet faetrhS t ttb
rhS tb > suenleion has ka become T8e broadcast broadcastthe broadeaatthe t ttbe
the DrHlah 1k11 88verao aerernmont t Us been beenr be bel basecd
r > io l cd < l unwittingly uawltt1st IJ Iy to leads Itself to toi txUlloa
i L Xet xrcutloa ulIOI ef Oerman purposes purposesTbrrr urpeeesTbrrr ew ewTbfTf
Tbrrr U not aAklent st Relent knowledge tHyled eM eeav H Hvtiih
vtiih v b 1 to lf If e < > such aa assumption but buttnr bute
1 tnr I e + 9iiuatiiii i 1 t hlt so far as a it has hR been re rev re relkd ret
v at atid d impresses I Englishmen BnsU llmea of all atlt alla
i t la a aer sep stlf an highly 1 suspicious The critic criticeism erUI erUIIID eritifl
c eism IID of the government gOerlt ent ia this till resaeet rectfVirnt
1 merest from He own supporters supportersis
is Is so gensrnl that t if it be aeeumod aeeumodMia 00 00uJ
Mia uJ < there fh re is setae basis in fact for It Hrfcnn ItIron itbrn
Iron it can ca be taken far er greeted that it itill ItIII
ill 11 accomplish arcomplt k ample niilneatloa IIwUft loB ef efIV ert oft
t IV British poky as the etuatlea de derlops tIerlCps k ktrlcps
trlcps rlops It Itat must be recognlied recognl however howeverat
< at British Brit Iell opinion thoroughly sup support supt > up upTrfl ¬
Trfl t port 7rts the gaveramcnt 88er ont h In < its decision decisionHat deelelonat
Hat at the situation calls for tko admlais admlaist admislstaton
taton t aton of sharp arp dealing UBI with w th VoaeswelaThe Voaeweki VoaewekiThe V08H41elaThe
The only regret is I that Groat Britain Britaindl BritaincI
dl cI not undertake to bring the recalci recalcitrant rltenlcltrant recalcitrant ¬
trant country to terms alone alonePublic alooePublic alonePublic
Public With BalfourFablk Balfour BalfourFibllf BalfourFlbHc
Fibllf sentiment approves Minister MinisterLabours MinisterIalfouts Ministerhalroure
Labours virtual declaration that the thechief thebid theChief
chief bid motive of the present fHe ent measures measuresla
la a punitive one and not a more desire desireto de desireto lre lreto
to collect Just debts public or private privater
r I la necessary n ce ary also to remember that in inpTgimnce InJ ini
pTgimnce J aUAne r ef this policy and to roa roar reait
r it effective the powers ooneerned be bet
j < t the he wisest course will in be to bdRf bdRftt bri brit
tt t + Venezuelans en lUola e e a tall rmtltnutea r rettt eties etiestLI ef efit I IIL
it tLI frlly of their defianee by c nllmdDt nllmdDtJ
tic fc blockade lloeka until tU every detail of the tbepment thes
f pjnent has been arranged arrangedTh anaagedTblS arrangedThe
Th The < 8 decisien deel was clearly ladfbatcd ladfbatcdtla I latllbatedthis alcd alcdf
this f I week by Lord Laasdpwaes recap rosepn ro p
< n of a conmittoc of Vex Ve1ecueizaM eeuelast euetan who whoT to toV
T V > itf Ifl 1 the foreign forel office II was this in in3nt tnr
r < 3nt 1 ti which hlcb gave rise to the report that thatr tottezuel tbatAc
Ac r rr tezuel zuela had appointed a special t oem oemn 08JB1Iton ooatr
r n s 1Iton ion to represent her here The dele lI dolega lo log1 i iSi
Si ion consisted toDl ted of four self solfap acfaJliiOlated acfaJliiOlatedlTtrbant aj olated olstedrrrcbanta j jirrfhants
irrfhants and the Venezuelan ceaeul a Ul at atIy atVndon atIi
Iy Vndon n on
No Word From Caracas CaracasTh CaracasThe
Th The latter by the way has had ne necommunication JIGJnmunhatleR soc
c communication from tr Ms M geveramasit geveramasitBinrp gevcrtIl geversaeststare
stare Il nrr the trouble began lIe has nas cabled cabledcquently ea1Jl8dQuently cabledrquently
cquently to Caracas but none of Ma Maipatcbes 1 1lJat hisspatches
< ipatcbes lJat bee has beea answered The Thewith TltftwjtB Theri
ri 1 with his associates alNlCtClat called eall el at the thef thefht1 theeign
f fign office to ask what t sum uIB deposited depositedLondon dep depositedLondon tled
London would be sufficient mcl l to bring bringo bringAngloGernea
o vngloGeraan eperatlaas operatle agalast agalastzuela agalBlltzutla agalastzuela
zuela te aa end enllrd endLrd
Lord rd Laasdowae very properly de clerl 4 4rd
< rd to > o make or receive any offer from fremve frome rom rome
ve e fommlttoe r ommIUoelIe He said III Great Britain BritainRaj DritalBa
v Raj as a dealing only with the th Venezueiaa Vesezuelasg Venezueiaagorrnment VozelaBJPfTnmDt
gorrnment g crnment and could set recognise recognisea
a nv < v unauthorised reareeentaUves r prtaU This Tllki7 Thisyiy
yiy i7 iy would appear r to t Ve sMfflclsally MllkleaU 4 4r de der
r ire but Ute cemmittee eem dttee nevertheless nevertheloesjn
jn 1 I gone gon to Berlin rl to try tr I Its luck with withe ita itaf
e Germaa authorities It Is safe Ce to toa tor
r a c bat th their lr rebuff there will 111 be evenrr even evenTrr eftar
Trr rr r emphatic emphaticI
I ormatlen ormatl a In regard to the progress progressr
r bp e negotiations for arbitration cea ceaV2f9 oe8U eesire
V2f9 ire U I 10 o be earsfully cooeenled and It Itirobable Itrrobable iti
i irobable robable that there will be no public publiccrjouncenant puJlIeJouneemBt publicc
c crjouncenant ouncemeat until full settlement has hasT Ita ItaT hasit7
it7 T T en reached There is llttl little doubt doubtrv doultlIY doubti
IY i rv ac < crer er that this will take the term termc
c r art rial tai arbitration with full guaran guaranty g cuaa cuaar ¬
ty r These guarantees paraat It is I hoped wU wUbo wm wmbe willbt
bo bt finished wished by 1 J sad ad W Sellgraaa SellgraaaC S SC
C C < a Ill > was indicated la yesterdays eeMnIay die dtepa 1ItJA diera
I
pa > r3 from re Waeblngton a IB a Londe Loll LollIq Leaden and sadr sadNot I IFfii
Ffii Iq r
Not In Any Haste Haste1log Hastel j jV
V l 1log l > mg rg dedslleses dfltolte It as as yet beets ar arrsEjl arraDcl arracy
rsEjl racy 1 in this regard and aelther Bag BagpB Bala lingIn
la i 1r IT Germay III In aay gr great 8tlMurte 8tlMurteto but butt
to t rp rn reses pB a that they t e1 desire r t the ther e moral 11IOIII1r moralva
va r < of the blockade sliall b311 h b fully ap1t ap apfr apP
fr P laved la Pd both by Venesiiela sad M cerUla cerUlac eertalsCcr
Ccr c er small sUtes ate which semsttaws semsttawshew II semetieseaal Mta MtaIhv
Ihv al hew cw a dtepositlOH to defy 1 the ordinary ordinaryrt
rt 3 c c international ottntatl 1 intercourse intercourserrwblle JattNOOUnHIrrwbta istoreoarsetc
rrwblle tc nwhtie the Kugllsh gUt public Cs feihac feihacnpc3 drag dragnpot I IUpol
npc3 t b > Aa AIoOenB8U Aselo lo > German rolatlons roIBth is well wllcx wellcxt JI JIn
cx cxt csed sed st > d ia l winds nys 9ett > lpetatr lpetatrTt ar arn r rTt
Tt object ef the Kaisers Kal rs roemU t stmt stmtto Mt Mtlo a ato
to fli country ww not nwrelr to o eft eftr noct noctpirr t
1 pirr = 1n ante titu lo 0 if resulted la the euorta euorlua
3 cf c one r > th 1 lie h M IINHI M t aa 811Hi1 aaaaslslgly M litsly > m JtriU JtriUr nrtiarc Jla Jlar
r rc act ailian i anr ever r mode wHi wit a itI forrlnn forrlnnc fortglsC
I C c Thttt Oarmnay has II acniwvrt iuy a at ar at
t r atic ali t is < sucesii tenant net netrmaay be 4tstbte4 4tstbte4r < lwaH i irmaay
r U rmaay Unw tJnllllI08C seers heavily 117 in I an ana ana asa
a tal 31 r vane MH se ab she catns still till awre by be beIf HL beL
L g If I to point to the Ut feet that in aplte apltec pIt pIte
c f rrtsln amount of aewapapdr bTum bTumVirg 1o1DIg
s Virg g she flh ° car uurn 1 she lik Ilktre s call Great GreatLr Greoatr
Lr r v r to 1r > T PiI I IP in friendly ceoperatic ceopera ceoperatic
tic and this tltl d frOf > > in a part ot LIMo wool worll worllY woolcaper t ttnjf
tnjf Y caper lJfr T fJr Urea i Itr Hrtlln trip h has altrayn bee tweeGn beec > >
c 1 r 1 jitcrntb JIC < nb 1ege If
AN h i AMERIJA11V1EllORY AMERIGAN VJGTORY I ISAYS
hSAYS SAYS THE PARIS fi TEMPS TEMPSHolds I11 I11Holds
Holds Powers Were Com Compelled Compelled Comeiled ¬
P PSTATE pelled eiled to Show Hands HandsSTATE HandsSTATE
STATE OF WAR NOW EXISTS EXISTSPublic EXISTSPublic EXISTSPublic
Public Sentiment in England Becoming BecomingMore Becomingltore BecomingMore
More Nervous and More Anxious AnxiousWith AnxiousWith AnxiousWith
With Each Day DayPARIS DayIIlIS DayPARIS
<
PARIS Dec 10The M The Ter Temps In an aneditorial aneditorial
editorial on the Venesuelan trouble troublesays troublesays
I
says 8 the United States has won a dip diplomatic dtpJematlc diplematlo ¬
lomatic victory Ietor by ronrpelllng lonJp lllng the tri tripartite trlrUte tripartite ¬
partite rUte alliance alUa ee of England B gland Germany Germanyaad Germanyand
and Italy to show Its I hand and dofia dofiaIhe doflBt dofine dofinethe
the t action ef the three powers ia de deelarlag deelarlRI deelaring
elarlag it was 8 a paclBc blockade which whichis whichis
is a monster of International law lawIt la laIt lawIt
It was wa sufficient the Temps says saysfor saysfer saysfor
for Washington to make a sign for forLondon rorLoadoa forLondon
London Berlin and Reme to abandon abandonthis abendonI abandonthis
I this illeenceived enterprise and to ad admit admit admit ¬
mit formally that a state ef war cxistod cxistodNot cxletodNot exietodNot
Not to Limit imit Action ActionIt
It is is not likely IIkol however the writer writerfays writerttR writerpays
fays ttR that America will limit Im It its ae action aetlon aetlon ¬
tlon to the imposition hl po lUon of this precision precisionof precisionor pt ° ecislon ecislonof
of statement sad the exaction of this thisavowal thl thlavowal thisavowal
avowal Presdeat Roosevelt aad Secre Secretary Seeretary Sceretary ¬
tary of State Hay Ha arc ar are not occupied occupiedaltogether occupiedaltogether occupiedaltogether
altogether with the question of the material ma material material ¬
terial damage that a prolonged and ef offectlve effective orfecUve ¬
fective blockade klecka will do to American Americaneree AmerlaeBcOJBIBeree Americancommerce
commerce eree and navigation which is I very veryclose veryelOAo veryeloao
elOAo between the United States ate and her herststor hertor herMMor
ststor tor republic republicPresident rpubllcPre republicPresident
President Pre lde l Roosevelt hears the Ht echo of ofthe otthe ofthe
the rising discontent dl eonteal which kick has replaced replacedformer replacedformer roplacodformer
former sympathy IB England public publicsentiment pu1DlIcSBUment publicsentiment
sentiment is visibly 1IItbl becoming b emlng more moreaervous moreROnOIiIl moresenous
aervous ad a MI more anxious every day da7fer dayfer dayfor
fer a pacific settlement of the question
Departs Hastily for Vir Virginia Virginia Virginia ¬
I ginia Plantation Accom Accompanied Accompanied Accompanied ¬
panied by Mrs Rooseveltand Roosevelt Rooseveltand Roo evelt eveltand
and Four Children ChildrenFeeling ChildrenFeeling ChildrenFeeling
Feeling Feeling FeelingOfficial Effects of Arduous ArduousOfficial ArduousOfficial
Official Duties at the theWhite theVhite theWhite
White House Within the theLast theLast theLast
Last Four Weeks WeeksThs WeeksThe
I
The sudden sudd departure ef f the Presidentand 1r President Presidentaad WBt WBtalMl
and Mrs 11 RHBovelt Re evelt tram the Whit WhitHouse WkltHCMtH WhiteHowe
House yesterday aad their traveling travelingeight trRelhlgelgld travellnSeighty
eight miles by special train to an iso isolated ieeolated IJO IJOlated ¬
i lated plantation plantaU la I Virginia is regarded regardedas resarel resarelas
I as plainly indicating the necessity eet1 theyfelt they theyfelt theyelt
j felt elt for relief from rro the unusual IIRal mentalstrain mental mentalstrain meRtalstrala
j strain to which hldl Us head of the nation nationand aAUonaad nationsad
and the first lady of the land 1 have been beensubjected MonJlUBjected boonsubjected
subjected by official duties dutl during the thepast tilepallt theput
past few weeks Accompanied by four of oftheir o otltftr oftheir
their children they left at noon yester yesterday yesterday yeaterday ¬
j day fer RaaMan Ra n Va a where they the will willremain wtllrala willremade
remain until Monday Moa morning at the theplantation theplantatioN theptantaties
plantation of Joseph Jo eb Wllnwr an old oldtime elddlDe oldtime
time friend of the Roosevelt family familyThe faII faIIThe familyThe
The action of the President Pre ldeDt In mud suddenly sultly muddesly ¬
denly ly leaving the city elt created a great greatdeal greatdeal greatdial
deal of comment as to the probable probablereasons prbablreaHfMI probablereason
reasons for such aetiea It Is a sot t be believed IIcUe believed ¬
lieved Ue probable pr l able that many r people ple are areaware areaware areaware
aware of the burden of official cares put putupon putUpGII putupea
upon the President Incidental 1 ldeRtal to the tit re reconvening reo reoonvenlag reasnyenlag ¬
convening ef Congress eogr yet t this has been beenonly beenonly een eenonly
only a part of his sally U work ills time timehai timeha timehat
hat ha boea encroached 8Ber elMd upon poll greatly wlthia wlthiathe wlthlR11le wlthtsthe
the past week by the Veaeauelan sttwatiea situa situation tva tvaLlea ¬
tion to all the details of which he has hashod IMwII batehad
had lt d to give his latent personal 1 altos attention aU aUlIeR altosLion ¬
I Lion and mental J application aP Ioa He Ift IftCONFESS has had hadCONFESS badCONFESS
CONFESS FORGERY OF OFENGUSHBANK OFENGLISHBANK I
ENGUSHBANK ENGLISH BANK NOTES NOTESThree NOTESTbree NOTESThree
Three Polish PoJi h Jews Sentenced for Crime CrimeCommittee CrimeCommittee CrimeCommittee
Committee in New York YorkLONDON YorkLOOOX YorkLOUDO
LONDON Dec StT1HI The three thr Polish PeltaaJews 10 10Jewa PolishJews
Jews Bernstein and BeMtooa a and Will Willlaw W1111IArMuk Willlam
law lm 1IArMuk > ash who were Indicted ht Isdkt let d te sea eaakctto seasorties a aetI
sorties with the attempt ta pass O tK forged fergdBvepeaMd lerpde forgedfivepeewd
BvepeaMd e rotes ef the Bank of Httglaad HttglaadIn
In I New N York at the beginning 9f tk tkpresent tM tMftC thepruest
present year ftC were tarnd f o4 guilty at the theOM tINtOld theOld
Old mltry I today todayBernstein t tta7Mteltl todayBerasteis
Bernstein < was sentenced estene teftMII d te t twenty twentyyeatw t twentyyeass t tet
yeatw st penal servitude Solomon Bar Barms Barto BarMush ¬
ms Mush to fifteen n years year and William Wlilla Bar Barmash Barall earmash
mash all to tea years at hard labor laborDetective JaborDpteetlve laborDetective
Detective Flynn FJy of th t the United Males MalesSecret Staleeheret StalesQeeret
Secret aarvtce tastfflcd against a the ac accused aeCDMd accred ¬
cused men yesterday efi8rd The three men menpleaded Menpleaded menpleaded
pleaded guilty and admitted farglag Mglalfl1oteJ SM SMnote SWVotes
Votes note of the face value of J1IetI J1IetI1af B1 ttvM ttvMLate > < OW OWLate
Late OIls aA0rae alWrJMHHI u tea Se4 mea Barniaah Barsdaehshot Barniaahhat D1RIbec
shot hat ec Himself send H la Ma cell U I is not notmown
Jmewn k8 mown n hew h ice ouUlnad aIMal obtaie d the revolver
MR SHAW SiA ADVOCATES AIIYOTE8 I
EMERGENCY CURRENCYI CURRENCYILegislation UIINY UIINYLegislation I
Legislation to Maintain theParity the theParity theParity
Parity Parity ParityGOLD of Metals MetalsGOLD MetalsGOLD
GOLD AND SILVER STANDARD STANDARDAddress STANDARDAddress
Address of Secretary of the Treasury TreasuryBefore TreasuryBefore TreasuryBefore
Before the he Bankers Club Clubof CJubof Clubof
of Chicago ChicagoNKW ChicagoNIiW Chicagotills
tills YORK Dee HThe The Secretary Secretaryof
of the Treasury Tre eur addressed the Bankers BankersClub BatlkenlClub IlankeraClub
Club of Chicago at Klnslsys Kln lys this even evening eyonIng evening ¬
ing on Possible Financial Legislation LegislationMr LogIeJaUoMr
Mr Shaw advocated the enactment of a alaw alaw alaw
law permitting a demand for gold to be bemot bemet bemot
mot under axy circumstances clrcum taaeo with Ilk anyform any axyform aN
form of money as a means of maintain maintaining JDtllntalnIng malntainIng ¬
ing the parity of silver silverIf sllvorIf silverIf
If such legislation were enacted he helaid hesaid
laid ald no more gold would 00111 be sealed for fordomestic tordomestic fordomestic
domestic commerce no more for foreign foreigncommerce terelgneommtrce foreigncommerce
commerce and no more for speculation speculationThe lIfIoculatloDThe speculationThe
The Secretary declared that when Con Congress Cefttress Geegross ¬
tress shall have fulfilled the reeoM recommendations reeoMmendaUon reeommendatlona ¬
mendations in 1 the Presidents message messageand menageand messageand
and all our forms of money are re ex exchangeable cxchangoahle exchangeable ¬
changeable at gold for or every dollar our ourfinancial ourftnanclal ourfinancial
financial centers would be able to com compete compote compete ¬
pete successfully sueee Cull with those of foreign foreigncountries rortllgncountrlc8 foreigncountries
countries as international clearing elearlaghouses clearinghouses clrlugbOlJse
houses housesMr bOlJser housesMr
Mr r Shaw also approved ef the th l Issue IMUeor Issueof e eof
of emergency omergen currency currenc and wanted wantedsome waD wantedsome 1 1some
some provision for or the contraction of 0mone ofmoney
money mone when it is not needed needwlANTIGAMBLING n neededANTIGAMBLING d dANTIGAMBLING
ANTIGAMBLING BILL BILLSIGNED BILLSIGNED BILLSIGNED
SIGNED BY KING LEOPOLD LEOPOLDRegulates LEOPOLDRegulates LEOPOLDRegulates
Regulates Gaming Establishments at atOstend atOstend atOstend
Ostend and Spa SpaResorts Resorts Threat Throated Threated Threated ¬
ed With Ruin RuinBRUSSELS RuinBRUSSELS RuinBRUSSELS
BRUSSELS Dec 3e 2tI1I1g King Leopold Leopoldhas 1 Leopoldhas 8pokl 8poklhilI
has finally signed d the famous alOOUs anti antigambling antigambling att attgambling
gambling bill which bteb Is aimed at the thegaming thegaming
gaming establishments at Ostead Oete and aadSpa aaelSpa andSpa
Spa The decree will appear in the of official orficlal official ¬
ficial Monitor within a few daysThe days daysThe daysThe
The bill will III regulate the gambling gamblingat amblingat mbllng mbllngat
at these places According to the In Inhabitants 111babltants ishabitants ¬
habitants it will ruin the resorts r orw
THE PRESIDENT IN INNEED INI INNEED
NEED OF MENTAL AL REST R
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to consider eodlderlb lbeulmanars tlitt ° r to UJi oflS ot oGrihlorq oGrihlorqrequests f nli ht f rFfe rFferequests gfk gfkrequests
requests of of Representatives UopresentaUve and the Ira Iraportunltlcs lteportunlties
portunltlcs of o hundreds of individual individualfho Indhltt individualsshe alfl
I she are not only willing but determined determinedto
I to serve their th lr country at any cost or at atalmost atalmest
I almost any salary salaryLittle salarytittle salaryLittle
Little Surprise Felt FeltHe FeltIle
He and Mrs Roosevelt have had lta4eral iY iYoral r reral
eral large social e lal affairs to plan and andcarry andcarry andcarry
carry through to meet the requirements requirementsof reQulrem IIUl
of official etiquette and the expectations expectationsof
of the public Altogether little surprise surpriseIs
Is felt olt in Inofficial official circles c1rcl a that the ProM President FrOBIdont ProMdent ¬
dent and hie family made such an un unftXJlected unexpected
expected departure from rem the White WhiteHouse WJ4ILeHouse WhiteHouse
House on short notice noticeFrom DotlceFrom noticeFrom
From an authoritative source it is islearned IelearB islearned
learned learB 4 that the Presidents trip was wasdetermined wa wadetonnlne1 wasdetermined
determined upon pon late Friday night nightThere BightThere sightThere
There has boon such IUC continuous conU u8t18 private privateentertaining privateoBt4trtalnlng privateeatertalning
entertaining at the White house la I ad addition 841dltlon addition ¬
dition to the large state affairs that thatthe thattbe thatthe
the President Pre ldent has not had a nenfent to torest torefit torest
rest and therefore a change ef scene sceneand ee eeand sceneand
and a little recreation was deemed ab absolutely abJutely abaeluloly ¬
solutely Jutely essential cntlal As the President had hadpromised IIadpromised hadpromised
promised to attend the funeral ef Mrs MrsU MrsU tNi tNiU
U S Grant yesterday morning mOTRI and andsuld
1 suld uld not permit any plan to Interfere Interferewith Interr Interrwith interferewith <
with showing his 111 respect r for the wife wifeef wifeof wifeof
of one ef his most Illustrious lilutrllHle predeces predecessors pretl predeeetars ces cesor ¬
tars or ia the Presidential > re ldenUal office the plan planwas pJa pJawas planwas
was Blade te leave Washington ashlactOR as seea seeaas He Heaa aeoaas
as the obsequies o lIYI fl bad been concluded concludedKept c9Reht4IMKept conclwdedKept
Kept Plans Secret SecretIn Secretla SecretIs
In accordance with lth the Presidentsspecial Presidents Presidentsspecial PreWeRtspedaJ
special Instructions the plan was kept keptabsolutely 1teptabeoluteJy keptabsolutely
absolutely secret secretAfter liloeretAfter secretAfter
After attending attendl g the funeral of Mrs MrsGrant I IGrant MrsGrantthe
Grant Grantthe tbe he President returned to the theWhite tMVhlte thetSite
White House offices and callers began to tearrive toarrive toarrive
arrive as usual When they presented presentedtheir IUHeahlUtolr presentedtheir
their cards to Captain Lsefflur the thePresidents tllCProfildetlt11I thePresidents
Presidents doorkeeper the latter in intermed laCermtwl intermed
termed them that the President 1 8at was wasbusily WHlMI wasbusily
busily lMI llT engaged gaged with official duties and andEXCELLENT a andICetkd id
ICetkd C s Foetib rage rageEXCELLENT
I
EXCELLENT SHOWING SHOWINGOF SHOWINGOF SOYi1MGOF
OF ITALIAN FINANCES FINANCESSurplus FINANCESSurpJus FINAN1ESSurplus
Surplus of 32000000 Lire in Budget Budgetfor Blldgotfor Budgetfor
for 190102 tgoro2IIOMB 190102BOMK 190102ROMK
BOMK Dec tMIu 2t Tho Xaaaeial DeI1 state statemust atal4IRURt statetaunt
must ef Signer Carcase mlal tslawter I ter r ft ftaRee ofAsasee < tf tfnance
Asasee nance aRee Issued awed today M I an excellent excellentshewing UUMtekewl esosilenlskewing
skewing ekewl c The revenue not only 01 covers coversthe eoY8Nit1M coversthe
the expenditure oxpondlt but leaves I leave a surplus surplusbesides Arpl ArplbeaW surplusbesides
besides besidesThe beaW beaWThe besidesThe
The budget for ll 111 which included includedthe Ineluddthe Icl Icltbe
the expense of the Chlai expedition expeditionshows exltioKIIhoWI expeditionshowa
shows a surplus Hrpl of XSOtttM 11011 lire The Thesurplus Thesurplus
surplus 11118 for ItOXOt 1 Is estimated at Is Is080WO 11flO880 ls0F0990
080WO lira and for or IHBtl 1101 at 4Me oft8ifM oft8ifMlire 4I0Weslire < MJO MJOlire
lire lireTho
Tho economic ee tlOMIc development of the thecountry theceuRtry thecountry
country the statement says say aya shows an anIncrease auIDcrealJo asInereaee
Increase IncreaseVON IDcrealJoVON InereaeeVON
VON PETREICH AUSTRIAS AUSTRIASNEW AUSTRIASNEW AUSTRIASNEW
NEW MINISTER OF WAR WARVIBSfXA WARIJIN WARVIISXNA
VIBSfXA IJIN A Dee M 1IPl9111 Field Marshal ven venPetreleh venl8troleh vonPetreleh
Petreleh has been appointed minister nll l8ter af afwar f1IIar ofwar
war of the th omplrc to Bueecod Dares Bare Dar Vow VowKrleghammer VestKrloShammer OM OMKrJ
Krleghammer KrJ hammer
to
WARNING AMING NG NOTE NOTEPresident AGAINST AGAINSTlABOR AGA1STIABOROBANILATIO
lABOR IABOROBANILATIO IABOROBANILATIOPresident ORGANIZATION ORGANIZATIONPresident
President of Manufacturers ManufacturersSounds ManufacturersSounds ManufacturersSounds
Sounds Alarm AlarmTRADES AllumTRADES AlarmTRADES
TRADES UNION DOMINATION DOMINATIONAppeals
I I II IAppeals
Appeals for a Movement to Counteract CounteractEfforts CounteractEfforts CounteractEfforts
Efforts to Create Industrial Co Cooperative Cooperative Cooperative ¬
operative DemocracyWDIAAIOLl3 Democracy DemocracyINDIANAPOLIS Democrac DemocracINDI
INDIANAPOLIS INDI POLIS lad Doe S tDavW tDavWM DavW DavWM
M Parr Parry president of the be NationalMannfaetnrera National NationalManufacturers aUoltalIanfaeturcrs
Manufacturers Association AfHlGcl lon is sending sendingout londlBgout aendiagout
out to manufacturers all over the tbecouR tbecouRtry coun eountry country ¬
try circular letters Jet terti In which illtk he reviews rtvlewsthe eIewsth reviewsthe
the th recent r een action of the American Fed Federation FedI Federation ¬
eration of Labor as set settorth forth In t resolutions resolu resolution rol rolUOIM ¬
I UOIM tion adopted by that body ami enlist enltaattention MJItIatlontlon enlistattention
attention particularly to resolution re oluU n 149 149regarding 149regarding
I regarding government vrnmAnt by injunction injunctionchild loIu8otlonchild injunctionchild
child labor Oriental Orle tal immigration and aniltb amItli andthe
tb the eighttour law lawMr lawr lawMr
Mr r Parry PArr appeals to manufacturers mnnuCacl rerll to toassist toIiHtaIat toassist
assist In a movement to counteract ceuateraetprorram a aprogram aprogram
program which means IRea the turning over overof OQlof overof
of the United States to trades union uniondomination unloadomlrtlon uniondomination
domination dominationCooperative domlrtlonCooperathe dominationCooperative
Cooperative Democracy DemocracyMr
Mr r Parry quotes the resolution re of Max MaxHayes 31axH MaxHayes
Hayes H yea of Cleveland In which the Feder Federation F I4deration lior liorall ¬
ation all OR pledge itself to overthrow the thepresent bepreeeat thepresent
present wage system and bring about aboutan a1foutan al out outan
an industrial cooperative dqmoeracy dqmoeracyThe dQIocracrThe dgmocracyThe
The circular says that Hayes Is oRe oBe of ofthe orthe ofthe
the most mo t radical Socialists t of Cl Cigolnad Cigolnadand ofnad ofnadand efcuHlua
and that In his Jd Baal action the the1ilaltst the1ilaltstelement Sfiiiaitst Sfiiiaitstelement SolaUetelement
element gained control of the conven eenNeaUos convention cei811 cei811lIoH ¬
tion tionJohn
John Mitchells United Mine llIe Workers Workersorganization Worke Workeerganlz6 Workersorganlzatios
organization erganlz6 o it continues cast ell t 1SAVotes 180 180vetos lSI l lVot68
Votes solidly > for this resolution This Thisis ThisJg Thisis
is the organization that evoked so somuch tIOmuck somuch
much maudlin sentiment seBUm nt anti brought hroyglttthe broughtthe > roughtthe
the whole country to Its knees In the theanthracite theanthracite i ianthracite
anthracite strike It is confidentially confidentiallyprophesied con conSdontialiyprophesied Id en tJalty tJaltypropho
prophesied propho led that theSoclalista the Socialists will be In Infull lal lalull isfull
full ull control of the trades unions oiave oiavemont mowI mowImont taovemont
mont in the United States by the time timeof timeof I
of the next American Federation ef efLcbor ofLibor I
Lcbor convention eonvestloaSocialists conventionSocialists
I
Socialists Aim at Power PowerThe PowerThe PowerThe
The charge is made that Kayos Ha reso resolution rCfillton rese reselttlou ¬
lution means an attack on the produc productive Vfod VfodUe prodhelive ¬
live wealth of the lh country eo atry that the tltftSo tltftSoclallstli theSoclalists So Socialists ¬
cialists Intend to take possession po lel1 of fall falltb allthe u utlht
tb the money and private property The Thecircular Tileclreulut Thecircular
circular ay sari further furtherYou furtherYou urtheryOtl
You may be at peace with your yourworkmen yourworkmen our
workmen new but the ec aggaaier gDItK aiw Is JI1I ihp fke fkethief a athtef athief 1
thief in tho nig nl nightYos Ycw Ymr may go gcf fr febe febete he heiiaacied J
iiaacied te had fancied sveufitylydu l 1h way mil nay nay1agb KayMtisf KayMtisffngly r rJR
fngly JR I I never had any a trouble In get getting yettiny t tUag ¬
ting along with my men lII n Please Pl aflc let me merue merlla merun
rue my IB own o a business I have been doing doingit
it far twentyfive roars and I rgUON guess I am amable amable amable
able to continue continueThis eo conUauoThis URUo URUoThle
This kind of talk Ik makes the union unionI uDloIfIHr unionlabor
I labor organizer ergan er laugh You wake up upout upout i iout
out of your our dream and you have a strikeon strike strikeon
etrnlCl
on your bands The organizer has been beenat beenItl beenat
at work while you eu are at sleep sleepYour sloopTour I IYour
Your turn is I sure to come for reso reselution resolution r 8 8lulloR ¬
lution after resolution was passed at atthe atthe atthe
the roeent roe 8t meeting that the work of oforganisation ororpAIUOBI oforgantaatlon
organisation orpAIUOBI is never to cease until untilevery untilYelT untilevery
every YelT worker in the land Including day daylaborers dRYlaborers daylaborers
laborers has been organized In order orderthat orderthat orderthat
that the political Industrial destinies do tlnlM ef efthe orlhe etthe
the United States is to be in the control controlof
of organized labor laborSTEAMSHIP JaborSTEAMSHIP laborSTASfflP
STEAMSHIP PICKS UP UPPRIZE UPPRIZE
PRIZE WORTH 300000 300000Liner 300000tiRer
Liner North Point Finds the German GermanTanker GermlnTanke GermanTanker
Tanker Pure Oil Adrift Off OffEnglish OffEnglish OffEnglish
English Coast CoastPHILADBLPHIA CoastFHlLADIILPHIA CoastPIIILADBLPHIA
PHILADBLPHIA Dec M 20Towing 20Towingone Towing Towingone
one 0 of the most valuable prises pick plckrs picked picked
ed up at sea In reeeDt years rs the Phil Philadelphia PJltladelphla Pithadetphia ¬
adelphia TransAtlantic Line steam steamship steamship > lefu lefusltlp ¬
ship North Point la command of Cap Captsjla CAPWe CapLain
Lain Drake Dake passed the Lizard yester yesterday yoeterhr yesterday ¬
day bound from Philadelphia to Lon London LoI1don Losdon ¬
don donThe
The prize in tow was the German tank tanksteamship tAnktum tanksteamship
steamship tum hlp Pure Oil which had been beenabandoned beeRalNIldonod beenabandoned
abandoned by b her crew and nicked up upby upby upby
by the North Point whoa nearing the theBagllsh tbeIIagUk theIleglisk
Bagllsh coast eoa t She signaled that the thecrew t thecrew ke keerew
crew of th the Pure Oil had been rescued rescuedThe reeeuooTIle rescuedThe
The Pure Oil In command of Captain CaptainDix CaptainDb CaptainDlx
Dix sailed lIed frem Hamburg ea December eeembfJr eeembfJroS
4 for Philadelphia In h ballast sad 1Id bad no nod nocktubt nitdoubt
d doubt ubt become badly b dl disabled la reeent reeentstorms nefttIttorml reesetstorms
storms or else her crew would nol aotfcave nolaye nethave
aye deserted her herTh lIerOWReMl herThe
Th The owners of the Pure Pur 011 are the thePure thePure thePure
Pure Oil Company y with local offices officesin omeeaI onionsIa
in I the Manhattan Building Fourth and andWalnut JlndWalnut antiWalnut
Walnut Streets Str ts In the absence ab 8llce of ofdeMHlte orflttltMllfi ofdeanite
deMHlte news De front their English repre representatives reprontaUvelJ representatives ¬
sentatives ntaUvelJ the grin Arm declined to make makesay JD2keaaT toakeany
say statement concerning the craft craftCaptain craftCaptain craftCaptata
Captain Drake and his hi crew as well wellt asthe as astho
the t owners own MI of the t North Point will m par participate partldpale partkipale ¬
ticipate In the 01 salvage award which will willbe willJw willbe
be at least 76 per cent of the value valueof valueof valueof
of the Pure OH whlen bleb Is estimated to tobe t1be tobe
be worth wort h nol less Ie than tteoeo0The MOMO MOMOThe iOI iOIThe
The Dutch tank steamer August Korff Korffbound IorlrbouDd Kortfbound
bound from Philadelphia to Flashing Flashingwith Fhllthln Fhllthlnwlt lelwrhingwith
with wlt nearly 11 two million gallons of pe petroleum petroJeuD petroleum ¬
troleum and naphtha is still tllI adrift a < lrlft atsea at atwa all allilea
wa with her rudder gone goneRUSSIA gon goneRUSSIA
I IRUSSIA
RUSSIA IMPROVING HER HEROPPORTUNITIES HEROPPORTUNITIES
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OPPORTUNITIES IN PERSIA PERSIALONDON PERSIAIO PERSIAIONDON
LONDON IO OOX Dec D 29 9A1I An Official e COM COMmunlcatlou COtl1MUnlcalloa teesmunicatlon
munlcatlou has been received from Ole theRessiau tlieRussian OleRuaelaa
Russian foreign offlce which states statesthat atatelltltat stateesthat
that Russias RUNla relations rcJaU with lt1t Persia are arecontinually lirec arecontinually
c continually Improving Improvingla h improvingRussia proylRg proylRgnla
Russia la has b not addressed addr ed a request of ofany ofallY ofany
any sort to Great Gr t Britain In regard to toAfghanistan toAfghaalllt toAtgkaattas
Afghanistan Afghaalllt Ske Ste1Hw a has lire simply notified notifiedBegland notifiedIa notifled11agland
Begland Ia of her rteejblsa edlt a that It Is I dA dsalrows < 1 1sirous
sirous 1 0 that Russia Ia abayll abeull > uaier ver ter late nttt dli dlir 411 411riel direet
r riel et relation with 1tb AflflJ0 M ban n I Is tn tntxre ftt ftttvre
tvre
SYNDICATE TO TOIMPORT IMPORT COAL COALTO COALTO
TO RELIEVE LOCAL DISTRESS
Where ere tfyc Coal Is s an anHow and andHow alldHow
How Long It Will Last LastDairy LastI LastDatttt
I
Datttt Dairy No Noconsumption N NlOltslftpLiorM 1e 1etlonSuin
consumption tlonSuin < liiup tons ox oxioli6 OM fapf fapflone dqyl
l ° lone band supply 5UPp1Gfle supplyGoveiillnotlt4llpsrit
Goveiillnotlt4llpsrit Gfle IIL ioPf f tiu twill 300 00 l 1200 OO 4Hf 4 4Hotels 4Hosp1f1
Hosp1f1 Hf ptal 40 + roo 10 10H 16Hotels
Hotels H otOI I r ti y v i 1M o 0 < 3W 3WApsrhnoHt JVU JVUApAJimont WI fl 2 2Aperitnwat
ApsrhnoHt houses ItCnt wn 4 ij i slat i v < < WO ISO ISOResidences 1 1U 1Residences
Residences U h j iv ii l Ii IjBQQ 1 00 1s0ao 35 J > 000 000Factories 10 10F 10Pactonnca
Factories FactoriesWashington F ctorics 2 05 I uus j 3 3T 3Washington
Washington T lISiiuton Railway RailXf ami j ISteetrio Jaeetrle 1WtViO G lp asJjr ry 260 9tdufffl 2Tfif 2TfifCapital 2 MJ iiCapital 11 11I
Capital Tractioit frnu mL Company Camp lt 40 1660 1660Gas 1b i0 4il 4ilGat 4t1Gar
I Gas Light Li ht Company CompanyTotal S D ugO 0 14 14Total 14Total
Total visible supply on mile and whit tlt doalcts doslert 2SOO 2 SOO O tone toneMRS tOtlSMRS toneMRSS
I I
MRS GRANTS BODYSEALED BODYRemains BODY BODYSEALED
SEALED SEALEDGRANTS IN TOMB TOMBRemains TOMBRemains
Remains of Preserver of Union and His Widow WidowRest WidovRest WidowRest
Rest Side by Side in Riversidet Riverside Mausoleum I
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NEW YORK Dot 3 31rThe vThe tlle body ofj of of1tn ofMn
Mrs Mn Julia Dent Grant widow of Gen CenUlysses GenUlysses GeDUl
Ulysses Ul o S Grant arrived In this city cityfrom c1t c1trom cityfrom
from rom Washington late this afternoon aDd aadwas aDdas andwas
was as sealed uf > tonight In the sarcophagus sarcophagusin sareopbagualatke
in latke the Grant mausoleum ma 1eHm on Riverside RiversideDrive RiversideDrive RiversideDrive
Drive which was prepared for It wbonj wbonjthe when wbontbe whenthe
the tomb was built builtWhen bolltWhen builtWhen
When the funeral service is hold to toorrow
morrow orrow w morning those who attend it itwill
will see ee no difference in the appearance appearanceof appearaBcethe
of the crypt except that made by the themagnificent themagnlflceBt
magnificent flowers brought from Wash Washington Wa h ¬
After the body was set In the thesarcophagus thesarcophagus
sarcophagus the fiveton brown marble marbletop marbJolop marbletop
top with Julia D Grant cut in the thestone theIItone theatone
stone was lowered into place and the thederrick tbederrick thederrick
derrick and ropes which bad been used usedby 1ISOOby usedby
by the mechanics were removed removedIt
It bad been planned from the first to toplac topJaelt toplace
plac place the body in the tomb tonight tonightthough tonlgbtthough tonightthough
though the fear f ar that a crowd would be beattracted beattractoo beattracted
attracted led those in charge ch rte of the ar arrangements ar arraniemomu arrangemonta ¬
rangements te let the public ijndentaad ijndentaadthat ttnd yndentasdthat ntall4l ntall4lthat
that this would be b done tomorrow tomorrowThe toC10rroThe tomorrowThe
The train tr tn t blcktTSaght ble1tt blcktii i1lgbc ught Mrs Grants GrantsilJooy Grantsrntd Grantsfldy
ilJooy rntd Twrj lI hoere f from zo WasnisTgton S g1i1dgtoa 1it f OZ leffUhat leffUhati left rabaf rabafcity that thatcity
city at 11 oclock i In T > > ssf f1re l iJ1ornhl morning 7 + anl1j anti antiwasdeo J Jwas
was wasdeo duo HO at the Pennsylvania MaUon In InJersey InJersey inJersey
Jersey City at 440 4 40 oclock It consisted consistedof cODsl tefl teflor
of half a dozen cars two tw of which were weregiven wereglvea weregiven
given over entirely to the funeral party partyMrs partyIrs partyMrs
Mrs Irs Grants body bod was In the second secondcar secentlcar secondoar
car ef the train The coffin was on a apedestal IIpedestal apedestal
pedestal draped in black The ear wan wanliterally waRliterally wasliterally
literally filled with ltb floral offerings oaerln At AtBaltimore AtBaltimore AtBaltimore
Baltimore Philadelphia Trenton aDd aadother aDdotber andother
other places lac08 where the train stopped stoppedthe stoppedthe stoppedthe
the men on the platforms bared their theirMANY theirMANY i iMANY
MANY KILLED IN WRECK WRECKAT WRECKAT YACKf
AT BYRON CALIFORNIA CALIFORNIAStockton CALIFORNIAStockton ALIFONIAStockton
f
Stockton Flyer Disregarded Signals Signalsand Signalsand Signalsand
and Telescopes Owl Train TrainSAN Tri1inSAN TrainSAN
SAN FRANCISCO Dec 3a tA A disas disastrous dl diaaatrous a atrow ¬
trous train wreck rftCk occurred tonight at atByron atDron atByron
Byron Cal when the Stockton flyer ran raninto ranInto raninto
into the rear end of o the Owl train which whichIB whlohIs whichIs
Is a limited train between San Francisco Franciscoand Franel Franeland Franciscoand
and Los Angeles telescoping tele copfng the rear rearear rearear rearear
ear killing half a dozen people and andwounding andwotlolllnK andwounding
wounding twenty twent others It deems tho thoengine thocDKtBt theengine
engine ot the Owl leaked and a change changeof
of engines was as being made when the theStockton tbeeekton theStockton
Stockton eekton train disregarding the signals signalsran signalsran lgRalaran
ran into it Everyone In the rear car carwhich carwhleh carwhich
which was a day coach to Fresno was waskilled waskilled waskilled
killed or Injured The dining car next to toIt toit toit
It was wrecked w ked but no one was soriouely soriouelyhurt sorlouelyhurt soriouelyhurt
hurt hurtVIRGINIABRED hurtVIRGINIABRED hurtVIRGINIABRED
VIRGINIABRED HORSE HORSEFOR HORSEFOR HORSEFOR
FOR GERMAN AMBASSADOR AMBASSADORBaron
Baron von Holleben Visits Fauquier and andBuys andBus andBuys
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Buys Equine in i Person PersonIfRBDERICKSBURG PersonlRRDERICKS PersonIPRIIDERICKSBURC
IfRBDERICKSBURG lRRDERICKS URG Va Dec < 20 20John 8John 20John
John O Selbort of Fauquier county eount has hassold huMId hassold
sold to the German ambassador at atWashington atWaM atWashington
Washington WaM lnstGR Baron von on Hellcben en a asplsadld asplendid
splendid pJe dld specimen of the Pauqulerbred Pauqulerbredhorse Pauqulerbled1tonIe Fauquierbredhorse
horse horseThe 1tonIeTit horseThe
The Tit ambaew ambassador ler r visited Fauquier and aadInspected Dd I IIDalHlcted cinspected
Inspected the horse In person before the thepurchase t1 thepurchase l8 >
purchase Htreha lie was the guest of Mr Ir Set Selbert Seth Sothurt
bert h rt for a day and a night and was not notonly aotonly
only pleased lulled with the fine horses he hesaw he8IW hesaw
saw but was charmed with that section sectionof Metloor sectionof
of the tbe count country countnONE countryONE rr rrONE
ONE KILLED AND TWENTY TWENTYINJURED TWENTYINJURED TWENTYINJURED
INJURED IN EXPLOSION EXPLOSIONRUTLAND EXPLOSIONJUJTLAXD EXPLOSIONRUTLAND
RUTLAND Vt Dec reORe 20 One man w wKilled wu wuIII waskilled
Killed III nail 841 twenty Injured by the exple 81II1eR explodes 1 1Ion
des Ion R of a boiler la the Truthville Paint Paintmill PalRtmill Paintmill
mill sear IHniUney yesterday ye I IThu ITk IThu
Tk Thu man were callus their dinner ia iathe 1ftlhe inthe
the boiler room M Bomb who rat ratnearest AtneurMt satnearest
nearest the boiler wee Wit blown up into a aslate aslate aslate
slate quarry uMry fifty tin feet away The ether ethermea theamea oUtumea
mea are in a critical condition conditionSTRANDED coudlUonSTRANDED conditionSTRANDED
STRANDED GERMAN WARSHIP WARSHIPFLOATED WARSHIPFLOATED WARSHIPFLOATED
FLOATED ALMOST UNINJURED UNINJUREDCOPaWHAOEX UNINJUREDCOPIIKUOE UNINJUREDCOPEfIIlCEN
COPaWHAOEX Dec 2 iT STice The Gcr Gcrwarohlp German GeraaWIIrHlp Germanwarship
warship Witielb Wltteicbaeh eek which grounded groululedTUNaI groundedTuday I ITuesday
Tuesday In the Great felt near r Kerseer Kerseerrk K81He1nrtc KeraeerDee
nrtc Dee nrk rk has been MM lIRttMI ted The TIia veneer veneerIs vesselk 1 1III
Is not severely lamnged IIMngedI
I
h8II Road when wb a the train came and sM not settoner notcover JIOteOYer
cover again until it departed Thera Therawas The Tharwas Thea
was a no m ether demonstration thaa this tbteIa thisIn
Ia the Pennsylvania Pe nsylvaaJa station in Jersey JerseyCity JerJC1City JerseyCity
City whoa the train get in at atoclock 511oclock 111 111dock
oclock dock thirty minutes IDUtes behind timethere Ume Umeit Umettere
it there ere wag a great crowd otI Among those thosetj tholHtf thoseto
tj f meet the body were aft fifteen a members membersof
of the U S Grant Post 3J7 32t ef Brooklynall Brooklyn Brooklynall DrookbDaU
all of whom had fought under General GeneralGrant QOHralGranL GeneralGrant
Grant They made up a guard g ard of honor honorfor Iteaerfor honerfor
for the body bodyCol bodyCol bodyCol
Col A Noel Blakeman Henry W WHiIF WHiIFden WHayden Hay Hayden
den and P Tecumseh Sherman co coposfd copos com composed
posed pos the reception committee from flomUie flomUieGrant the theGrant theGrant
Grant Monument Association As rep representatives reJtresenlatlvos representativos ¬
resentatives of the regular army there therewere turfwere therewere
were present Colonel Barry adjutant adjutantgeneral adjutaatgeneral adjutantgeneral
general of the Department of the Base Baseand Hueand Fastand
and Major Llttol LittllColonel LlttolColonel LIltolColoael
Colonel Barry Colonel Blakeraaa aDd aadMessrn aDdMessr andMessrs
Messrn Messr Hayden and Sherman received receivedthe Teeelredtbe receivedthe
the members of the Grant family aad aadcorted es escorted escorted ¬
corted them down the platform to t an aneljvatji5ifta tJIelatJ1Qa aneIevatAr
eljvatji5ifta eIevatAr Qq jhq > hs igroIiH > ground floor Spot or carriages carriagesi
b i in tstltiriF tstltiriFThe nWa i V VTfeei
The Tli f wan wiall no 3d delay clem la mefc ssstRig t6 the ape apeket casket C18keL ¬
ket Bight undertaker assistants a car oacritld carried 8C 8Crttld ¬
ried It down the platform t te the 1i chews elevator e8Iator chewstor ¬
tor The guard from rom U S S Grant Gra t Pest Pestmarched Pescmarched Pestmarched
marched behind the casket After the theguard Uteguard theguard
guard came two railroad trucks leaded leadedwith leadedwith leadedwith
with floral oral pieces piecesThe piecesThe piecesThe
The moment the tb coffin passed the thedoors tltedoors thedoors
doors of the carriages were closed and
the drivers drove on to the Twentythird
Street ferryboat which was bead for or
them They did not leave the carriages carriagesContinued e1rrlag e1rrlagC carriagesContinued
Continued C on Second Page PageTRAINMEN PageTRAINMEN PageTRAINMEN
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TRAINMEN MAKE DEMAND DEMANDFOR DEMANDFOR DEMANDFOB
FOR INCREASED WAGES WAGESSituation WAGESSituation IYAGESSituation
Situation Regarded as Serious In the theWest theWestsoooo I
West WestI50OOO 150000 Employes Affected AffectedCHICAGO AffectedCHICAGO
I ICHICAGO
CHICAGO Ill Doc 3dDemaads 3 tDema Demaads da for fora fora I
a 20 per cent increase In the wages wag ot ePflS6eBger ofpassesger otpaseeagor
paseeagor and freight conductors ce and aadbrakemen alHlbrakemen andbrakemen
brakemen were presented Uday to theofficials the theofficials tileomelals
officials of forty ort railroads running nt nlB > west westfrem westtram v t trrem
tram Chicago ChicagoThe CJdCRIOThe ChicagoThe
The proposed increase nffeets 1MM 1MMemployes 1M 1MempJoOII Ns Nsemployee
employee who are members of the theBrotherhood t theBrotherhood e eBrotherh
Brotherhood od of Railway Trainmen aDd aadthe aDdthe andthe
the Order ef eC Railroad Conductors Ac Accompanying AccORlpanIztg Accompanying ¬
companying the demands notice was wasserved wa wasenad wanserved
served that an answer must be returned returnedby returaedby returnedby
by January 5 Although no strike strikethreatene4 to tothreatened isthreatened
threatened the situation is I regarded regardedgenerally regardedgenerally regardedgenerally
generally by railroad mea as a critical
Although the Brotherhood of Railway
Trainmen and the Order Or er of Railway eon Coaductors eonductor Conduetora
ductors are back of the movement for foran foran fur furan
an Increase Inerell ia 1 wages wa the demands de were werepresented werepre werepresented
presented pre eatod by the grievance grleYaD committee committeeof
of the fh various varlo railroads affected
These Theseboards TheMbltrtltl The Thewards
boards will carry eart en all negotiations
hereafter governed in their actions act to tea toa toa
a large extent the
by advice sad recom recommendation reeeIHmendatlon reeenememdation ¬
mendation ef the various officials of
both unions unionsOfficials uRleaeO ualeaeOffelals
Officials O lal of the different railroad ralt railr ds with Ua
headquarters In Chicago invariably re
fused today to discuss th the demand 4 of
their employee giving as a reason that
l itt would oukl b be necessary necessary aeceulu to bold several severalconferences severalcnreroncea ral ralcnreroneea
conferences before a declaim In th thEXPLOSION Ute Utematter thematter
matter could be reached by a any oC Ute thereeds UteLDSIDN
reeds reedsEXPLOSION I IWRECKS
EXPLOSION LDSIDN AND FIRE FIREWRECKSCHICAGO FIREWRECKS
WRECKSCHICAGO WRECKS CHICAGO MARKET fiIARKETCHICAOO MARKETCHICAGO I ICJI1CAOO
CHICAGO Dee S9Just M 3eJ Just
before still stillnight i inight 14 14Dlilit
night last night a heavy h vJ blast bJ wrecked reeked a aportion apertlon aportion
portion ef the Fulton Market at Fulton Fultonand hateDand Fultonand
and Green Streets Flames Pla immediately InUlMdlatei InUlMdlateibroke
broke out la the fourstory brick k build building baltdlag bulldlag ¬
lag nearly a block long In two l hours hoarsthe It4 arstile hoursthe
the blase had eaten its way wa through U th thstructure the liteetnactll thestructure
structure etnactll causing a loss of fJOI fJOI8IIrlr 2MwOe
Nearly = 8IIrlr a score of commission arms armswere I Iwere ruts rutswere
were located ia I th the buildta building IWlnL aDd prac pracaa praty
lJaIl ticnlly all of tile them suffered l b fire ftnalNl fireanti
anti aa l water waterwas The cause 01 the explosion expluoDwae explosionwas
was unknown unknownGERMANYS unkooW1tGERlrIANYS unknownGERMANYS
GERMANYS LARGEST LARGESTBATTLESHIP LARGESTBATTLESHIP LARGESTBATTLESHIP
BATTLESHIP LAUNCHED LAUNCHEDKTJBL LAUNCHEDKIJGI LAUNCHEDKIIiL
KTJBL One 2 tTke Th largest buttle buttleship tt1e tt1ehl
ship hl blp Ia t the German Ger navy wa w wmo wan la launched launchedhere ua cart carthere j
here this 0 manning IIHtrR IIHtrRDr MM was ehrtotsnad ehrtotsnadBruaawlek ehrietessedBnwaswlek
Bruaawlek Dr k by the Prtee J111t11M1k Rege Heneat st of
Bruncwtak 1k Prince hussy H Pruaats Pr end
Ms wife 1 1 witnessed WI B8d the kunwblag klcnl laeme II dug
Alarming AIarmin Condition Now NowExisting NovExisting NowExisting
Existing Brings Forth Con Concerted Concerted Concerted ¬
certed Action on Part of ofWashington ofWashingtonBusiness ofWashington
Washington WashingtonBusiness Business BusinessMen BusinessMenProfits Men MenProfits 1en 1enProfits
Profits If Any to Be De Devoted Devoted Devoted ¬
voted to Worthy Cause CauseBooks CauseBooks CauseBooks
Books to Be Opened To Tomorrow T Tomorrow 0 0morrov ¬
morrow for Subscriptions Subscriptionsand
and Orders to Be Filled Filledby Fill Filledby d dby
by January 20 20Partici 20Participants Partici Participants Partic1pants ¬
pants in Fund to Be Given GivenPreference GivenPreference GivenPreference
Preference PreferenceRumors PreferenceRumors PreferenceRumors
Rumors of Attempt to toWhitewash touVhitevash toWhitewash
Whitewash Conditions Conditionsby Conditionsby Conditionsby
by Committee Appointed Appointedby Appointedby Appointedby
by Commissioners to In Investigate Investigate Investigate ¬
vestigate Existing Short Shortage Shotiage Shortage ¬
age e and Suggest SuggestaRemedy a Remedy RemedyThe
The syndicate being formed for thepurpose the thepurpose
purpose o 0 importing rU coal ce1fr8m frem Scotland Scotlandto S etlland etllandt aDd
to supply the deieioncy and relieve the thefamine tbofame thofamine
famine that hits II existed in Washington Washingtonand Wa Washingtonand hlngt011 hlngt011aDd
and is 1 becoming more ore alarming alan lBIr each eachday each11m eachday
day vll rill waive all claim to 0 the profits profitsand profitsaad profitsand
and any aar11J11IIiI surplus will probably be de devet 11 11veted dqvoted
voted vet ed to wiping Iplar out llt the deficit attend attending atl attending nd ndlUI ¬
ing the Grand Army encampment or to toswelling toewelltg toswelling
swelling the Sheahera Memorial fund fundIt fllDdIt fundIt
It is l purely in a spirit of public boned bencfleeaea benel1ctJfat bonedeases
eases ctJfat that t the promoters of oCthe the syndi syndicate ISTDdlto syndiauto ¬
auto to are noting a Beeps will m be opened openedtomorrow openedtoiuorrow openedtomorrow
tomorrow toiuorrow or r Tuesday for subscriptions subscriptionste
te the he fund and shortly afterward lot folrthe to toUte lotthe
the receipt of orders oClS for IK coal to be de delivered deHontre4 delivered ¬
livered the latter part ef January and andthereafter andt andthereafter
thereafter t wcattcr Subscribers to the fund will willbe willhe willbe
be given preference reference IB the tlie tiling of or ordora ordora ordors
dora doraLack
Lack of Harmony HarmonyT HarmonyTb BarmonyThe
T Tb The hfr project JMVJ ec ef Importing latpo ag opal 111 from fromScotland fromSeoiasd rom romS
Scotland S L1aad was lest breached hroacb at it = the last Usesting lastedali lastmeeting
meeting sting edali of the then ejl i eeraratttjeev C appoint appointriet appointcllrr appointed
ed by elideDhislet riet cllrr Ciaffiiyljm but oa oaOwt 011t oathat
that t t 4ette4ep sesuwiia te vlew view J fr the the glowing glowingreports glowtDlNpcnte glowingreports
reports suHneSied s auntie 1fJt Vy l1 thpeaboommittees thpeaboommitteesIstrtrsted ih Hub JIUmmlttets JIUmmlttetslJIuUllted miete mieteIntrusted > <
Intrusted with with the Mtwetl t atvosttRda sejea n of con conditions CODdfU condttloss ¬
ditions dfU ia this city aaS an elfewhore eteewhare Vhre at atteat atthat atthat
that time definite t4t aetiea aetleaw wakdpfq dprq red redIa red redIB rocLIa
Ia fact It has been lea learaeaHhatitne learaeaHhatitnemeeting lear frthatbtt frthatbttmeeUDg atthe atthemeeting
meeting of i the committee e lm t was not at attended attend attended ¬
tended tend with the perfect harmony eon aoaducive eOlldttdve eondesire
desire to satisfactory results It has hasbeen hatsbeon hasboon
been rumored that t at one of the members utembersof membersef JDemlJ rs rsor
ef the committee charged rtM that an effort effortwas eflortwas effortwas
was being made to whitOTmsh whltoVA the tbewhole thewhole
whole matter Uer and relieve th the eommittee wontmfttoeof eommitteeof ommUtoeoC
of farther reepraeiMiUy reepraeiMiUyAmong reepeMlWlityAmog reeposdbilityAmong
Among those considerations that t the z are aresaid areeald aresaid
said to have Mea weighty with the theiseajbers theJllelBHrS themembers
members of the committee c mlJ ttee in I IndWiag IndWiagthem IndkIBCtJtea InIicjagthem
them to refrain frem recommendations recommendationsto
to the District Cemmwsieners was a astatement atatt astatement
statement which was said to have been beenmade Deeomade beenmade
made by John Joy Kdsoa chairman of ofthe ottJHt ofthe
the committee ea local situation a that thatanyone tltata thatanyone
anyone a with tit brains and IntolUgetK IntolUgetK7M latelUgUfOMiJd IntolligtEcould
could MetIIIt what coal they seeded 8I1ed a at It Iti1I
7M a ton te and that he knew from trotwhen fromwhence fro frowheMe
whence when e even n greater 1Mt1tl supplies 1es could be beexpected befIXIeCt beexpected
expected fIXIeCt
fIXIeCtCenditions Cenditiens Grow Worse WorseKeerty WorseNearlr WorseNearly
Nearly three week h lu haaaa s > elapsed td sted sincethis since sincethis sineIthis
this meetiae and ad the eendHltoaa have havesteadily bay batssteadily t t8teadlly
steadily grown worse Several of themembers the themembers thfmemHrs
members of the committee yesterday yesterdaytalked yesterdaytall1
tall1 talked over the sttwUkw twat and arrived arrivedat arri d dat
at the conclusion that sewethln t1lln n mI mIbe mtbe > t tbe
be done immediately It dose to e at all 1 10 10avoid 0 0avoW oavoid
avoid a winter of the meet intense e dis distress dtstress i itrNII ¬
tress suffertag sufor1 and death A letter nat natprepared wa waprepared Ilt Iltprepared
prepared oallttt calling upe upea pea Mr JNIeR eee to avise ad advise a aTt ¬
vise Tt his correspondent eorre pe of any 2 lafemm dmeneation lafemmtion Ialeniltlon
tion of which he might t be peaaeeeed peaaeeeedlooking t possessedlooking seHfId seHfId1ook11
looking to the relief ef the t city TWo TWatetter T1SsElLter TWoletter
letter had Bat been seal i Ni i laM atoning 8t8llta
to a Times Ii reareeeniaave Mr Bd EdOs
Os denied having 1tYI made dlit the statement statementattributed statementattributed aktaeJitattributed
attributed to him 1M and aJMIlltated stated that bhls its a his
the only HI relief was to t1Ie be teuad In Int1M inthe > n nthe
the most rigid eestwmy aa the part ct c ceveryone
everyoneUpon e eUpon
Upon being advtsiU adTW4 of this this fact the themembers Coh
members ef the committee OOIIII tttee wise had are tee
the letter In I conjunction with 1Ck mTv
other gentlemen DUe who pending the thethorough nUt thethoreegh
thorough t outlining of their tHtlfer plane a afer pea peafor
fer the tllM their tllel names mea should 14 be withheld withheldbegan wltklte14tplt withheldbegot
began preparations rattona for or the fermatteB fer it itthe ifthe t tUte
the syndicate Bach of the gestMMea gestMMeapurely gnwtleeninterested t ItMa ItMaIlIterested
interested declares that ids Jl pwrpope t Is Isparer ispurely
purely philanthropic and ad pttUteanfefted pttUteanfeftedaad pIIWteapkJledaact
and that whatever wha Yer profits may T he 6 deriv derived lerivM irived ¬
ed shall ball be devoted voted te 0 OM ar pr the ether etherof otherof her heror
of the public enterprises terprt mentianQev mentianQevMeets ue mestieuedMeets eA eAMeets
Meets With F Favor FaverWIt FavorWhoa v r rWhen
When asked as a to whether ha he weald wealdfavorably wouldtavotabiy 8IIldfayorabl
favorably receive ttt a propoeltMa tteB looking leektegU
to the donation tion of the profits of this en enterprise eat enteepris ¬
t terprise te t the Shepherd memorial rtal fund fundCroenr CudGree fundCrosby
Crosby S Noyes Nu chairman cn aa eC t the fund fundsaid feudsaid 81M 81MtaM
said that on 5 lemerel en oral 1 lines llae he would ulII not aotbe notbe t tIN
be unfavorable te nay 11 IsejiSlaeaie e gltiaste props arepesltkra JINtMIeltlea propssitiea
sltkra that w world < e M aejltt a Sist the eommittee eommitteehe
he represented t in ratetns the t e aeeeesary aeeeesaryBMMey seenarymosey 17 17Jlartller
mosey Knrtber than tba hat he said that he hewould liewould hewould
would prefer rer to give at the matter more moreconsideration moreeouderatloR moreconsideration
consideration before committing C himself blD1s himselfCisatrnsaa U UCIIaIrIDaII
Chairman Brainerd Brat H Warner of the ttaAarsee theaasvnee tteeoIDltt
aasvnee committee eoIDltt of the g Ertl > enei rd tI f faad faadwas un1 un1was lulout
was out ef th the etty sit bat is eaeteetJMtk edipsetathbektoday eaeteetJMtkteday t tk tktlM
today whe when the matter will 1 b pre preW preeentssd
eentssd W fin bins

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