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Special Agents of Treasury Department Make Seizures for Attempted SmugglingCommissioner Smug Smuggling Smuggling ¬
gling glingCommissioner Commissioner General Sargent Reports on Conditions at Ellis EllisJand EllisJSlandBureau
Jand ISlandBureau Bureau of Ethnology EthnologyWork Work of o Geological Survey
if L Piper aestetaat t general 1 superia superiamlnt auperlnndent perla perlaI
I mlnt of the Ltfe8aVt eg g Service BerneeJfn hasbf has hasb
b Jfn bf < Tii away liwa from f ate teak for or several MTeraIPI day dayon days dayssox
on PI account acs ouflt ef nines ninesVM U UT illnessr
T VM n > nclsare tie by b special agents ta for fornnuKgllng for1111IgllnK forrmugaltng
nnuKgllng were reported portccl at the TrNau Treas Treasury Treaahpartt ¬
ury u lopartment Saturday Saturda Special 8podM Agent AgentJ
J iirtiss 1 rt y of M Ne1 w York telegraphed s I r pbsd the thet therr
t > < ir I ro rr > by b aim ef MI pound at Sumatra SumatraMiacco tua1tacro lpmatrataceo
Miacco taceo It waa brought IB Uy ay the thetamship tMIam
tamship Iam amhlp hlp VaderUnd One of tbe fire firesiei lreh
siei h I of MM t ship was arrested ta eonnec eonnecjim eoaDeCion eonneet
jim t i ion n with tile sniaftgiing As there la la11ty tieaay fc fcdrty
drty of 1188 atr r pound oa Sumatra to toIoceo to tobacco
Ioceo 30 it pay pars w well ll to mngejle it la lai ID IDIHi fnwnd
wnd i IHi ii it la often aUemsfted aUelDlfte4ThE aUemsftedThe
The other atlsure I was made by bAJIJlt tp Qaeclal QaeclalAROIU tM tMARcnt
AROIU oNetlL A stallion appraised at atJIM t tWRA
51 JIM n > was Mnusjgletl into this t eouajiry by byG bG byG
G o sawyer SaW7 for Dr W 1 r Cl Clark rk of ofBoston ofHrtun of1toFton
Boston ONeill ran Ute smugglers to toearth toe toearth
earth earthCommissioner e earthommisslooer rtb rtbCommlr
Commissioner General Ge eral Sargent t wha whahflx wben whshas
has n recently returned Nt from a visit lt to toAIIt toTins j jEllin
Tins AIIt leland IflaD4 report tbat facilities for forreviving forrpplln torrrrclting
reviving rpplln aDd detaining detalnl tnemigrantsmot immigrants lJamllPUlth j jthnr
th thnr are ar not tare Ia serge eswojo to tod aeeo aeeeeao mot o oditto
ditto d < t l the large mnabera nrmb bent ra that eetn atone to toNew tolW todew
New lW York now DO Coma Commteaioaer JeSO Or Williams WilliamsIs Willi Willila
Is m nJlkin making iking plans for or now ae detention room roomana JOOIDI JOOIDIanel
ana a new abed 1 is being pat up The TheCi TheCommlssloa TheCvmmtssloasr
Commlssloa Ci > mmls loaer General a says ao a ajorlty bus Lugs ma ma5orlty
5orlty of the tmmtcrauta cesalag Into Intoha tMotha tatothe
the ha port are arYlrom from aoatbera uUta Xttrope XttropeThey rope ropeThy
They j Ir are re of 0 a very low claaa aRt Hllter Hllterr Inltflate 1U1terate
11 I > r Whites Whit 1Vhltehsal prestteat pr Dt of the bank bankat Ir Irat
at Nome ome Alaska AJMIuL ban bat batSer sent Aaatetaat AaatetaatSecretary AasMtaotceretary
Secretary Ser relal Aida a rioter pieee ee at t Jadtea jadlseRrkmanebip Jtauworkmanhtp Jadteaworkmanship
workmanship la i the sbsjsw of a k crib erlbbnge crt crtbAgt
bnge board made of a wahru Uudt tn Oa Oatho 0tho O Othe
tho tuck aoe carTed a step atata of the taM Alas Ahtskan AU AUkan
kan coast and picture of animate anima fonad fonadin f01Ul4jn
in that country Mr Albs brother Is toHO IsaD
HO employe of f the bank at Nome NomeOf 4omeof ome omeor
Of 12011 Immigrants to arrive at Elite EliteWand EOIa11lnnd >
Wand from December Dfftom r 1 to December It ItS3 10I3
S3 3 13 were deported aad the th percentage percentageheld Crtenta Crtentahld
held for special inquiry was 1185 1 8S TIle TbePercentage TIlercr Theprecntage
Percentage > rcr > nta held for special Inquiry Inq1r7in 4ur 4urirtfc
irtfc in the same period perl d In HOI was wasOSTOFTICE 7 7POSIOFlICE iT
Howard Bacon of tbe Third Aaatetant AaatetantPostmaster AasbtanPostmaster t tPostmaster
Postmaster Generals o once ee has recef recefa receiired receiireda
a rhrlstmaa present in Ute shape pe of an ana anaddition n na
addition a < i iIlltionto < lltion to his bl family It t to a fine large largebaby JarPbahy largebalp
baby boy Mr Bacon baa been ill with withtyphoid wllbtyphoid withtyphoid
typhoid fe fever r bu it Is 1 rapidly recover recoverA reeoverJng recovering
Jng ingA
A fraud order was wa Issued on Saturday Saturdayagainst Satar4a7a Saturdayagainst
against a allUJt a matrimonial l bureau u ran by byD a an
man D patmyl4 Cbinn tDn ill IJ Rc 8tr LWriL S 1tln 1tlnhils Chin Chinhas
has n s been receiving receh1n a large lara amount amountmall of ofmall
mall but it will nw n w all go to the d dletter dead deadl dMdluEr
l letter nter oaks He was arrested ant and Dd ant antto to toto t tto
to prison for eighteen month monthC naeatbtJC
C S Fettle FwtU baa been promoted to tbe tbeplace t1leplaCt t tplace he
place of special Ial agent of the c1aw1 c1aw1divielon claeeMeaUOB claeeMeaUOBdivision c caUoB caUoBdhiIlOD
division at a salary lary of 0 HOM HOMBUREAU 1010 1010BUREAU 2050BUREAU
Our noncontiguous Territories are be becoming beGoon becomtnt ¬
coming Goon valuable ble to na from a commer commercial COIIIJIMIIal oowtoerclsl ¬
cial Ial point of 0 view Tie as w shown br the tbestatistic thetaU
statistic taU tlca for tbe year furnished 1 b by tb tbbureau tbe tbebureau t I
bureau Shipments of merchandise ersrehandtssthe from fromthe roar
the United States State to POrto Woo JUcoamvunted bav bavamounted nave naveamounted e
amounted to SltMM4 180000 a month to the thePhilippine lbePhlllppID t6 t6Philippines e
Philippine 440000 a inenth tb TIle an annual annual annnal ¬
nual shipment to tbe Hawaiian Islands Islandsin b bfa lands landsla
in estimated at J200000C Z9000eM and u to Alack Alackabout Alaalraabout Alas Alasabout
about 1800000 OOOOM TIM figures gores at band bandshow bandaho ba bashow
show aho these four Territories will tbrcis tbrciswIthin rorclih rorclihwithin farelsltIthn D
within Ithn the year > 1 about bout to end a market marketfor marketror mar mare
for about 140000000 0000000 worth of u the th thuts e prod products prodIhts ¬
ucts of tbe United Stateon 8ttesn State StatesOn
on n tbe import hn JJOrt side s1CJ tIN snlpmenU from fromthv troaathe t tthe Nom
the rolonlff to the tb Halted State wit witamount will willamount wUIdP10IJnt l
amount to nearly 0101 OMOOM Of thte thtenmruot tbianmrUDt t hi S
nmruot about 121000000 21000000 worth will come comeTrom com comt oomrmm I SI
Trom t I ibe 11 be Hawalitin H a Wit lilir Islands llaD WOoOOW WOoOOWfmm 1110000from oooOUO oooOUOfrom 000
from Torto l rtro 8OM 9000X OOO10 < HtO = 0 from Alaaka AlaakaB2J AlaakaIIJ Alaskaaid
aid noo000 x0 ° 000 from the tb Philippine PhilippineLOUUENT PblllppIDELOQUENT
English Visitor Spaatcs Under UnderAuspices UndoAuspices I
Auspices of Y M C CMlarlea A Aharlee A Arharles
rharles In JOI1I nil one of the fort fortrviQKo 1 1nOftUu hr hrerangelirta areal
nOftUu rviQKo lists of Carlnd Ja IUJd ma made 418 e aa andram ad address a4dr61 ¬
dress S at the Lafayette Opera pa House Hostst dam yoat at
t < rday afternoon at t tth a meeting aaetla aaetlathe ru uMer uMertfte tt
the th auspice of th the Toast Yo YMI8CMa a MensLisa Mens dBrte dBrteliaa
Lisa 1 iaa Asasciatlon Ia spite of tINt tINttlorable un unfavorable vifavorable ¬
favorable weather a large I crowd crowdprplUDt crowdpraeat waa waapr
pr prplUDt M nt filling the pwrejaet sad sadcoofes Jd bal balconies balronles ¬
conies of tbe theater Mr 18 laglte < lis built builtfcm nlltl71i bull bullb t
b fcm a remark around the tae dlffereace dltrerceh to toattitudes
h attitudes of F Pllx aIls llx lid Paul toward towardlind t towns townsCud
Cud lindThere CudThere 1 1Tbere
There is nothing li the appearance CI of offharle ofharls If Ifharlea
fharle harls lagll that weald dblityn dblityntiis dtetlaauUb dtetlaauUbns w
tiis ns II as the t eminent evangelist he e is I To ToVif I Y
U Vif < casual ea ual observer be look Hold like likeprosperous libprosperous Ilk Ilkprosperous a
prosperous man of affairs He H is J a lit llttu littho lit littI
tu tI shove medium height inclined Iacllaedcard IIIeU to toar4 to toAar
Aar card ar4 < utontneOT toatnts and the lb picture Idve of r rust ro roNum rou o
Num ust u health lira In hair I Is sprinkled Ied with withKray willaray wil wilgray D
gray ray as < I Is also his muotache which whichadorns wbtelaadQrna wbi wbioat
adorns a kindly klnI face In abort he oouM oouMnot 00dInot oat I Inot
not be better > r described thaw to tothat tothat aaf aafthat
that he b seemI < > em the persoatflcatloa pereoallcatlonq of ofniallty 0nlallty
q niallty and n1 kindliness klndllnesnAn
An a speaker Mr InnlU llIItli exerts ezsrtstar a atan aarlO
tan tar arlO magnetic Influence oa 0 his au autie audteace audteaceHis u uHill
His tie form of doll delivery very Is I gracef gracetlalsUIt graeof1 graeof1tasatfle t aad aadv a N
v laHslflca him a as MI as orator o r of a atype high hightype It Ittype
type Ills HI words art area u well 1 chosento chosen cboto aM aMto
to the point and they tM lav leave a deep d dprels10R deeppreaeion M Mpre
pre prels10R sloa on tbe bearer Moreover oreorer oreorerE he heh h hbIlK
bIlK h H tbe faculty tacult of holding holdlD < the Hose lose IORtotlcn losetentlcn at attention ¬
tention of aa audience audienceAt audltoncAt
At tbe close dll of htx hi addr addreday addrd at 7 7dM am
dM d day y Mr Jntrii nulls mad IUA IUAauNt w uaueaal 1tastuUsuffer re reQuest
Quest of the > sadism c tjrfeg hg g thai he
There Tbe are few clefts in I the Govern Government QeVWJtt Qaverxmeat ¬
meat t service who have bad the varied variedexperience sussedexperfeacer 1 1expec1aees
experience enjoyed euo by b Mr Robert Kear Kearney Xearlle1 ¬
ney one of the most trusted clerks la the theCommissary t1MCOIMIIlnar theCotrmMssry
Commissary Department of the War 1eprtment De Department Departmeat ¬
partment la the civil war Mr Are Kearney Kearneywho XrIM XrIMwho
who Is I a distant relative of the stmoweneral famous famousGeneral famOMOneral
General G eneral learns Kearney was a cosMnteeary cosMnteearyclerk taarmittaryclerk r rcl
clerk cl < k with the army ar in I the field At Atpresent Atpr Atpresent
present pr he has charge of the money freers r ac accounts ao aoeonts nounts ¬
counts co unts of the Commissary Severals GaeraJ Of Office Ofaee Ofce ¬
fice I ce and daily make out Government Governmentcbeekn GoYeMHiteate QorermMeatchecks
checks e h for thoueattos tlto of aellar Mr MrKearney lrKeane1 r rlteatney
Kearney te s one of the beat storytellers storytellersIn tortel tortelID
In tbe War Department Snd nd Is noted sottowith notedwith aotflllwltb
with the ofiteerc and clerks for his dry dryhumor dr7JnrsDor
humor h umor and bright wtt He has a beaU beautiful blanttYl ¬
I ful place la Virginia about fire or six sixmile aheIml sixmile
Iml mile mile free treat tide city cityWilliam elt eltWI city cityW1111ata
William WI Wotaeh Wetaet clIMe of the accounts accountsdlvtekm aecHIIUdim aaeorutedlvlslon
dlvtekm dim tf the Cbmmteanry Generals GeneralsOffice lwretlaOQlce r rOfIlee
Office te a wellknown UbOWD cMaoa cMl ot this thtocity aIaI
I city ell where he b has ba been prominently prominentlyUenttfied pIOmhtentl714fttt8e4
Uenttfied with business enterprises terprlMa for fortbe rortbe
tbe PMt thirtyfive years U te said at attbe attbe atthe
tbe War ar Department tbat there Uae is I little littleabout littleaboat littlealfaitl
about subsistence c = matters not know by byMr byr
1 Mr M r Wetsel who > ha teat held his bt present preseap po position pe peI prdtldoa ¬
sition for many DUUJ 7 years 7 sears Old Bill Wet Wetaei Welta
I aei > Va is he hi fansHlnrsr ta hfiuw lid WiI at the theWar theI thear
War W ar Department I Is I ertrefielr extremely wll wllllkad n nItUd
I llkad by the large lar force of elarhi cl IlktI IlktIaufertlaloa < vks nodes undecbte
bte h is supervision Kind sad cweMerate cweMeratehe c erat eratis
he m te a strict disciplinarian and man manage ma maI manes ¬
I aps ag age es to t hoop 11 the U work of Us ltIf division lIloa up tipto upI upto
I to dateThe date dateThe i
I The one bright bt spot JIOt ia the leas dark darkcorridors darlltOrrldora
corridors c of the State War aad Navy NavyDepartment lIrTJDepar NavyDeperlwemi
Department heRding te located M u the thethird IetJdr4 thethird
third fioor 1 oa the War wiIOleI tMu where irkerttoldiers tarns tarnssoldier dngey
IOleI s soldier arranged Ja JaarnP8 groups = and wear wearme wea wearn aratlrbit
me bit typo ef the uniforms nl noltort6t o of t the t1h Baited BaitedStates t1 bird birdtates tte tteStates tell
States S tates Army Ana from the 0Ie1t early days 7 of OCtlle OCtlleBnolatloa oft oftevolution tbe tbeRevolution be
Revolution R dlsttnguisbed by 7 buckskin buckskinand Mfk hpekkfnd la laDd n
and a Dd powder horns down to tbe p pday present presentday r eatda
day da of khaki and the Krag JCncJoc JCncJocrUle IlragJasetsee IlragJasetseeribs Jot gsaaea gsaaearifle n
rifle stand In military mill array arra Every Everyyear E EJar ICe ICeear ry
year y ear t tbeuaaad of visitors to Waaaing Waaaington Wallllt Walllltloa Washington
ton go te ttteo ee tbeee t types of the soldiers soldiersand soldiernd kShrs kShrsat
and a nd uniforms 1IaIfor of r the army 7 of et tie past and andpresent a andpretest D4 D4IUI4
present and alt unite alte la saying 71 that the thedttpiay tIa tIala1 ihisplay e
dttpiay d la1 Is I creditable tot to the Quarteriaaa Quarteriaaaters quarter QrtertfTs quartertars uses
tars Department Mr Ebert Kbert JCben1 JCben1torm the nail nailform
form expert of the tI Wajc W Department Departmentwho DeJllUJ8ntwho Departmentwho t
who lost an arm la I tbe service ter1I ter1Ithe tlenerre deservea deserveathe I
the credit er 1t for this tbt Interesting exMMt exMMtwblch aIIIbItwbleb exhibitwhich
which under hi his auperriton baa been beenartistleaily e earUaUeall b bartistically
artistically arUaUeall arranged that the uelDen dummy dummymen dwr dwrmen
men look a as If they we wer were > e all n about abortwalk to towalk toalk
walk alk out of 0 their gloat case and tell tellstories lntorles let letstorks
stories of the gallant American wars of ofthe ofthe at atthe f
the moldering mol past pastGOVERNMENT putGOVERNMENT pastGOVERNMENT
Tae laciest branch b of the OOftrtIrInUn Government GovernmentPrinting t
Printing IrInUn P Office te that of the Oletton r e OtAet OtAetten ttec ttecMon
Mon = ten dfHatea H te ebara cit ge of rapt pt ptJl JftUteea JftUteeaR I IRamsey
R Jl Ramsey which te located I led in the Un Union Unton ¬
ion Building In C Street StreetThl 8treftThis
Thl This branch does exclusively work f fthe foij
the Patent Omee Q6eprtatbt printing < the patent patentspecifications patentpecUkaUoaOIIda1 t
specifications pecUkaUoaOIIda1 OfiJctel O Scias Gasette and andmany udmaa an S
many maa other pvbHeationa blleallODII Captain Ram Hwaaey Ramt Ramfey
fey baa sheet t M 1N0 employes under hte htecharge hlaua4 bl blcharge a
charge and It te not infrequent that thia tbl
force works nightly and oa Sunday BacIa to
keep up with wit the t rush of bostoesa Tbe Th e
weight Iabt of the type used la this ofitoe te
about out five tons or twice as much uc aa la I a
used In any other Ooveraneat Oo9 t braaeh item itemprinting aok
printing prlntlntrGEOLOQW oalce oalceOEOLOOiCAL me
A striking trtUas and interesting topographic topographice t topegrapilmap le lemp
mp of rtieus ot Marathon UaeoII UaeoIIaad ReOm
and La e counties In centraltodr central centraltODIIIa lVts
tODIIIa Ie DOW la p = ress lid will Mort thttrtbe Mortbe
be Issued by the Surrey rate The town to of
Wren from which the m map p take lakes takeHans It Itname Ita ItaDam
name Merrill 1 and other ot smaller Iet settle settlemeata settlemeate settlemeats
meats akmg hag the Wisconsin River JtI JtItbe appear appearon a aon ppe1 t
on the map which Ie alprenta represents tbe Ute 1atel t
sad meet t careful haI work of tbeftirvey tile 19nrtey e
The scale Ilea which Is onebaJf ODelaJI1t i Utck > irh lq to tbe t he
stile U te Mofemiy etttl IbegeTo bW 10 aToVwlS dOwwtdt dOwwtdtI a5loa wit
I elrut exactness an H boundaries sal n highway hl bwa bwaI ye
and drainage dral dry feature teat and Indicate tbe t he
I locations of of Individual dwelling as well we Ii
as a the larger settlementswinked settlements settlementswished eettleJDentsrwI8W
wished to learn the t religious reU lens atilt atiltof attitude attitudeof aLUtI ad s
I of tile people of Washington as rep reoress ee eeby 1 > h
ss ta < by those present t be earpnt earpntasked arsjeetly arsjeetlyasked Iy IyasaJ
asked that all the ChrlaJiMis Clarl beisre betelsmid befl t Mm Mmwould late
would declare 1 their boMsf r a > 11III rials Per Pera 11 11a Fa
a moment the aadieace appearM n too toomuch toodie t tmuch co
much Burprteed by die stranae atranato 81 request requestto NCI1IMtC
to aerteraUnd Its full full messing a I IIf Tha Thasa
sa If by g givers a ral aaeettt they gnlek gnlekroes < aiekly aieklyrose ulekl7roM r
rose But few remained seated slatedMr seatedMr te teMr
Mr lagHa began bags his address 41 by tolling tollingthe tents tentsthe Itr t
the tI story of Felix and Paul Look Lookt Looktt at atthesa
theca t he sM 14 Felix U th the ruler rulerPI ft ftPaal aPaul
Paul tile prisoner And AHet yet I would wouldrather won wontiler ould ouldhttter ld
rather a thonarad uoa times nave have been Paul PaulIn PaulIn Past l
In the darkness with his eenscionee than thanFetlx t tx
Fetlx + millt x IB all JIb JIorJee glory wltbueH ll eo eosclesKO eta
sclesKO sclesKOIf ee
If there t te r ay u name that appearsthe appears in inthe I IUIt n neb
the pager o oi < tbe Holy Hol Bible tbat I IIt ab abhor ¬
Dot tf there tile te say 0 man wbo fA A Adeaaloatle ass is iscIHIIIoable
deaaloatle and loathsome it itMe Is Peltx PeltxHe Fei FeiHt
Me seat t for Paul and asked ked him himoernthtg eon eoneemtag 000u
eemtag the faith of Jesus J JI Christ Christher aa aabaraeiMHt awl
her Paul I aM lailrbsll W rttltty tI tIraIer
baraeiMHt rutor Urae tttxuti < l to Mm Itt + Mid aald aaldOo aid
Oo tI thy way ON Oh aIa brother whatever whateveretee xlaaler xlaalerofa e r
etee you do do not UH the GvMpel C of ofJeaua ofCbrlllt at atJesus
Jesus Christ a a Ha war Stretob out outyour outlour ° d
your arms advance towanl io toward it ad say sayCome areo
Come ComeIf eott
tt If 1 want late t If < I want t peace and andhappiness a alappinesa nd ndltappl
happiness ltappl U I waxt t pardon JUd he eoatin eoatinued eoetished °
shed the U first step t te thte tit I will have haveto he het w
t to Hasan You Y may = think of the Utemea way waymen
men tae ought o = ught to Itatea llIIt hut let me tell y ythat you youthai 7011tItat o oflan a
thai whop God speaks we should listen listenwith lIateaItb II IIwith flan
with Itb all the fewer t that oar apuls 1 pas pasThere pGIIt1aerJ
t1aerJ Thar There a te no one la tile andlenoe who whothaa wileUHt w WI WIrea
rea > 5 5rett ret t time v raise Gt eostrletlrarites eoakdtM ty
rites I do 4 But H te 1 not enough to toceaYlDce4 be beoaavinced
oaavinced to feel keenly the word that thatte tIIatI the
I te praaehcd W 1Ve must have MY more tawseonrletta tbaa tbaaconvtetleau
I convtetleau eomet We w muM not rest untlt utwe t stt sae e eto
I Ita bare ands a ulatt IMa1 + lrlst i e1 ef
to tbe AlmJaifatr God Oe ntM III he ta talaW spas spastat i
I tat ens bead
f seMKie OI ps
III Ili 11 laW he aali wit etotmi 1 4wl deal 1 r
Darius Green Or of the Bureau of Corrtraction Oou Oouatruction 00Itatnotlon
atruction and Repair of tbe Navy aTY De Department n1 n1partmeDt 13spnlrtment ¬
partment each ach month issues a tablehowing table tableshowing tal l l8bohag
showing s the progress mad made de during the themonth uJAoath timemonth
month In the work oa vessel ur uttler der con construction eolltnetioD con constrrctfoa ¬
struction for the th navy Recent reports reportshave repor reporba reportsave
have ba h ave not shown as satisfactory UIHtory progress proareasas prop propI progressas
as is I desired by the Navy a Department Departmentbat
but Mr Green explains that ute uteJaIlti3 te telargely Isbtrseip
largely due to the strikes lirlkes and the aelayr ileyeIneldtntbl aelayrIncidental Ja JalaeldeD
laeldeD Incidental 1 to obtaining the armor for the thevessels tltenels theteatbla
vessels from the armor manufacturers manufacturersAnyone mantetrrAaODe manufacturersAnyone
Anyone can obtain from Mr Green a acopy aCOP1 aDopy
copy of his d monthly progress prosr report reportUp reporLUp reportUp
Up to this only three enlisted mea ofe of ofthe oCU
the U th e navy au have been promoted to the tbecommissioned tlMeoDUJI theeommissbaed
commissioned eoDUJI raak of 0 ensign I They are areHenry arenZ7
Henry flans B Souh Soul Francis Martin and sadLouis andLout a4 a4Louis
Louis Lout J Connelly Connn all n gunner Under Underthe Undert Underthe
the t existing law enlisted men not ex exceeding exceedlDl ex exceeding ¬
ceeding six in number may be so pro promoted prote4 ¬
moted te4 each year ar This Thl provision has not notbeen DCIItbeea noteen
been b een generally utilised In the service serviceEnlisted servicenlisted rylce rylceBnlisled
Enlisted E mea feel whether with or with wttho wlthoat withat
oat o at t reason that t there wo Id be social sootsldlscrissiaatloa socialdiscrimination IIMIIdlacrtIDaUoa
discrimination against Iast them la the ward wardroom wardroom ard ardroo ¬
room roo after such promotion and bd have havegenerally JaaTener1lllr haveRenersitp
generally ner1lllr preferred to retain reotl their tbetrraok tbetrraokud rank rankand rankand
and pay pa as warrant officers 8 Se It t is not notconsidered uotcouldered notonsidered
considered c likely that SecrMary Moods Moodyaadvocacy MoodsYOeCJ Jdoedytadvocacy
advocacy YOeCJ of the raising of the limit towelve to totwelve lotweiTe
twelve t per year will auheUa wbsetislly taU tally te tecreaee JRCJ1NMMJ isroons
creaee c roons the number RU ef th these 5 t preao prextefleas preaotlons J rellMJ rellMJU rellMJBUREAU
fleas tlonsBUREAU U fleasBUREAU
Prof McOee Mc icdee ee WM particularly struck struckduring aU1Hkdurlq struckuring
during d hte btrl trip to Mexico by the recent recentoevelopmeat reoentdneioptRt recentdewbpatoat
oevelopmeat of the largest barx gold region of ofUtat ofUIat
that country ntr It includes IDOl a triangular triangularbelt trlalarIMIt
belt belt ling Ji K and comparatively narrow rr Ia 1athe Iatbe litthe
the irestern western tent half Ie of Sown tV When WhenProf WhenrnttltOH
Prof rnttltOH MtGee visited that country three threeyear tIIreeyears
year ape e be called 1Ied attention Uoa to the tie ue uepeeits tieI08Ita
posits ef gold In that region repeatedly repeatedlybat tedly tedlybut
but HUte attention was w paid to It at the tbetime tlaetI
time tI Hut now the 4en
development ef tbe tbegold tbepI4 t tsift
gold Mines 1 ha been taken up by a abet sues number ¬
bet of large Jar firms and te betas bela Mcour eneoureyed Mcourged
eyed ged by the Government This telaanthe iuKtea of ofthe 0UN
the Government Qey nuunt te particularly signifi significant l ntl ntlalat ¬
cant ant because heca Mexico is I the last ef tbe tbecountries tbeeouatrt t lt
countries eouatrt to run their finances ftDaa oa a silver silverb sllyel1MMI8 r
b 1MMI8 eets tet Tbe decrease I in tile value vaue of silver silverbaa Unrpul t rt
baa put the country In a rather ratlt embar embarrawring eRlbarrusla
rawring r < position sad ad many prominent prominentMexicans promlaeDtMuleR prominentMexicans
Mexicans MuleR are re urging a gold so = d baste OeM OeMte OeMIII I Ifs
te found ia I southern Mexico also UMURI UMURIIt t
It has lIa sever been utilised utili to say grey greyextent great greatextent greatexleDt t
extent Prof McGee give glY gores two reasons reaoaefor roe c clor
for nondevelopment non derelopmeat ef the gold goldnret ail ailFirst mines minesFirst
First the gold region te an arid eons eonsand country countryand eounlryand
and hard to maintain life ue la Second all Mlver allver sllnr
ver ha baa been a tradition ia I Mexico baud bauded alHleel
ed aewa flows from the he ab aborigine The Spas SpaaJsttte SptftdB Spaslards
Jsttte dB radar Cortex Cort came to look for geld geldbut earlbait
but found silver Iyer ingreat la a 1t l quantities quantitiestheir mt mttheir and andtheir
their deoceadaate deIIce have continued DODtietHMlln In their theirfootstep urI urPATENT thesat thesatoe r
footstep footstepPATENT I oe
S Morris orrlll Pool aastetaat taat chief offaun of the theIssue UteI
Issue I and Geaette division dhla has been beenemployed beeRpl01ed
employed pl01ed la the Patent Ofitoe 0 dress Doe April AprilIie7
Iie7 and ha tree held 1M Ills present position positionstuoe pod tWn n
afros 1108 April M tft 1 lib The eoorowi work workof workof
of netting tlDg out tIM Oetctal Gaaetto Gaaettory C4ttHtUrr
ererp ry rr Tuesday I1elda at rose 1gre glvea Mr 1 Pool Poollittle PoolIIUIe 100little I
little apse e time ll John W Beheoa Ih chief chiefof obi obiet K
of the dlvisteB 4111 and a Mr Pool may fre freSjueatly fretly tr trghastly e
ghastly tly be eeea at t their eeolts long 10 after afteroflsee anerdIM a = te teSacs r
dIM hours hoursWhoa bcNrsWhea
Whoa one cornea face to nee face with the thedatlea thehiLi t bs
duties hiLi of the drafting division of t tPotent tbe tbePatent tbePalftt te
Patent OMce Oc oae os te apt to sigh s Iah a and andloo nd ndloa
loo loa 1odk and d sigh agala 1 Wallace W Kite Kitechief Hlteeial lilt liltehlf
chief et of this tI division has a right to d daemetinla slab slabsometimes Ip IpDIetl sh
sometimes DIetl himself especially when wbe a
drawing drawl from f our our r country relationcone reltloHIDe relation
cone through hli hi hands for inventions inventionsrelating lanUoDIIUac r
relating Uac to combination c natl4N1 bootjack and andptttol andPI8Iol an s d
ptttol trunk and bathtub etc The in inventors taTeators a ¬
ventors of o the there arrangement arra meutl ax expect Dort
to find gold mines la la their Ideas but Mr M t
Kite eould put their minds lM at rest 1 1abort In InBhort °
abort order tf his II advice ad vice were asked aakeday ked
ay > U mar r depend even upon this after afternoons alterDOOII ¬
noons DOOII meeting U I oak ak you to make the theright ther1Pt t be
right choice A Ape hope that will never neverfade Merra
fade to what we e want Are we willing wllll wllllfb ng ngFbt
fb U > lot God rule J us iii without a rival For ForOdds
Odds Q ds terms ter today toda are ar an unconditional taDOOII4lt1oaalarnoa4er unconditionalsurrender aI
etlrrendet17te surrender surrenderTbe arnoa4erThe
The meet ttanceraus dansere a barrier ia I the tbeworld Uaeworld
world te an idol We W all have them 1 1scene la lasome laSCtRM a
some form 10 at the beginning And AadtilDe some sometime
time ia our lives IIv the question ttoa COSMO COSMOAre eo eoAre
Are we will willing log to let tho Idol rale the thethrone thelhrone t tthrone ht
throne or let God rule us itbout a rival 11 va vaKYfT7ODe f fXveryoae
Xveryoae can today toda put bra 11 finger en enthat ORthat e a
that idol which te keeping him hi out outthe of oftbe oftlae
the kingdom of heaven heavenDELUDED beannDELUDED
C Creates t Sensation in Church By Trying Tryingte Trri mK
te Take Up Collection CollectionFor Cel1ecUHFor
For Taxes TaxesMAXBUBLD Tax TaxrIBLD
MAXBUBLD rIBLD Ohio Dec DA 21 A de decided deetdell ¬
cided sensation U was created Cretlt la > t t Johns Johnsa John JObnUeal JohnINttyagelleal t
a INttyagelleal > aa elical Ueal Church yesterday tn a1 morning morain t
by the outbreak of Mra Catherine Sick Sickrod Sickrod Sic k
rod sixty txty years old wife wtt of Martin Martinickrod Xart1allekrod Marty Martytlfckrod a
llekrod ickrod whose particular delusion delt deltot dlusleathat te tethat
that she M Is I Mrs Cornelius Vanderbllt Vanderblltand VaadWltand Vaadetbtlend t
and that the taxes on the church prop pro p
erty are net paid paidShe paW8be pa = d
She put in n an appearance at tb tbchurch t1ehnlh tl
church with a basket < and announce laOUDce1 1
that sbe b w wge s going to take up a Dolt DolttIOM oollec ooUt
ttoM t IB order 01 to secure rt9 money to pay pa
the a taxes The Rev W N Dresel the thepaator t tpastor M
pastor mildly sought bt to dissuade her
from tMnt1Jer her purptjae but she was not to be
deterred and began b ta a an active acU caavaas caavaaswith cay caywith tt
with her banket remonstrating violent ¬
ly with all who dM not make ke a eontrf con W
butlea butleaThe btlU lnhtloaTime
The woman on caused such a commotioa a
In tile sanctuary that easily 41y the pastor pastorjsrstoted putort t
jsrstoted t by a member her of the t i ilaeed eCIIIPesa c
UN tMIt llIft htr < rem tile church by 1 1JIHt fore
JIHt laeed her Ia I the euetoiy of the w M
I Iles
Ceremonies at St St Marks MarksEvangelical MarksEvangelical MarksEvangelical
Evangelical Church ChurchSERMON ChurchSERMON ChurchSERMON
Large Congregations at Morning and andEvening andEnlling andEvening
Evening Services Despite Inclement In Inclement Inclement ¬
clement Weather WeatherThe Wel1therThe WeatherThe
The Rev John Lather Frantz WAStorII1IDstaUM was wasformally
formally torII1IDstaUM Installed aa aaatar of St It Marks MarksBMgHah Mark MarkJlqH MarksIgtgHsh
BMgHah JlqH Kvaageilcal Chtirch C Street Streetnear Streetnear StreetearTweittb9treet
near earTweittb9treet Twelfth eltth Street southweft I t yesterday yeaMrdaythe yesterdaythe rdy rdythe
the installation aerrloat Mrtt occupying oe ulnf the theattention theaUeDtion
attention of tile congregation at both boththo bothtIIo bothtyro
tyro morning sad a evening eI D merrhtesThe services servicesThe MnlcesTIM
The ceremonies by which the new newpaator newp newpastor
pastor p wag U iadtieted Il Ito hi bin position positionwere pHIlionWMC positionwere
were simple ad Impreaatv The Rev RevCharles Re ReCbarlea RevCharles
Charles S Albert D D of Philadelphia Philadelphialiterary PblladelphlltUterarr Philadelphiaterary
literary li terary editor of the Lutheran Publi Publication Publlcatioa Pub1eatlon ¬
cation Society was delegated by the thehead tbehead thebead
head of the Lutheran church in the tbeBaat theBaal thetaat
Baal > to perform the ceremony He de devoted deYOt4d deoted ¬
voted v the morning to a sermon in whleh whlehbe whlJ1be xhl
be charged the sew pastor a tor with hlft hlftduties hi hidutlw bldelta a
duties In the evening evehtga be charged the thecongregation tbeCODpepUol tb tbsoap e
soap congregation egatfop with Its duties toward th thpaator tbl tblpaator thparlor e
paator and Dd then = formally Installed the theRev theRn th thRev e
Rev Mr Frantz in late office officela otIkela
la spite i plt lte of the exceedingly Inclemenweather Inclement Inclementweather Inelementwofl t
weather weather the church was well filled A Aboth at atboth atboUt t
both service and a cordial and kindly kindlygreeting JdJt4lyPUap
greeting were w expressed by the morn members me meHrs mornbars ¬
Hrs of the congregation cottgt 1IIP egptten lon to their new newleader newl newleader
leader l In hi his seraura last evening Iug Dr DrAlbert DrAIMrt DrAlbert
Albert urged upon his hearers the Im Importance Importaace 1mportrhab ¬
portance of the part played by the con congregation conPUOR congrgatlon ¬
gregation of any church in its rote rolatloB 1018UOH rotefloe
floe to the minister rnlnl ter The purposes e of ofthe ortlte o othe
the eenareaatlca be outlined as follow followTo 10110 10110To followsTo
To build up the faith in Christ to train traintae traintlM fret fretyoung a
tae th e young to Christina life te carry the thegoapel t e eKHPeI
gospel to others and to make a Chris Christian ClirlUan ¬
Uan home for strangers in the city cityPart ellrPart cityPart
Part of Congregation CongregationIt
It is net tile province of the minister mlalaterto
to do thin alone toR said Id Dr AlbertAegllgeaoe Albert Albertisegllgence AlbertNegll
Negll isegllgence DC8 of the members beTS may pre prevent preyeat peerent ¬
vent or retard a minister more than = kan Is Isgenerally l laeaerally
generally known All must help no not notone noton t
one on Dr Albert then tb cited the signal signalvictory signalYletory r
victory gained by Admiral Dewey in Ma Manil Jotaana Maa1a t
nil ana Day a as aa Inataace In wIdth eve every everyone everyfrea n
one from the oomBMader down to the tbehumblest thehuabl th thumblest e
humblest huabl h t stoker in the 0 Are hole bad badhelped nilwIped ba d
helped win the aght ht Back of these mea meatoo JDeatca mentoo
too be salel ald were we the mea who delved delvedla delvedIn duly dulyfa
la the mine who smelted the iron who whomade wlIoJUde w
made the steel teel who laid the keels keel aad aadconstructed ndcontructed a S
constructed s the battleships Credit for fortbe forllM to r
the theto victory ylctor was due to them as well as asto a ato a
to the mea who actually took part in inthe Intile i ithe a
the conflict So every ever congregation b bunited by byunited byunit r
united unit effort < ort of the minister J IBI r aad all t tmembers the themembers tMmelDbe be
members melDbe will win Its fight against sin sinObedience I sinObedience n nObMleDte
Obedience to the pal pastor pAiter + tsror oa the part partof partof par parof L
of the tb congregation he said Wall also alsoeeventliO al a1essential o onU
essential nU On 011u the oUr hand It tb the theminister UumlDlter e
minister doe does not bring out tbe teach teaching tesehfame ¬
ing fame of Christ then Dr Albert said this thisfactor tblsfactor thl thlattar s
factor fell to the grenade lIe eager eagert expreeeed expreeeedH ed edIt
H S t aa hi his belief that when w a pastor falled fail failed failed ¬
ed to longer teach Christianity it ItUme ittime wa watime uas
time for the congregation CM to part com company tpaa ¬
pany paa with him hi Faultfinding oa the thepart thePMt theert e
part p ert of members Mr was ateo a detracting detractingelement dtraeU dtraeUelelDet
element ta Mttceae One member ID aleae aleaecould ale as ascould
could prove pro a continual thorn in the Hide Hideof rdi rdiK i iel
of the palter and eventually 11 might rain rainhte rut n i it
his beat t efforta effortaWorship e orUk orUkWorship
Worship By Proxy ProxyDr ProxyDr
Dr Albert soared what he termed ed tlw tlwmodem t tmodern ho i
modem methods t1MMltl of worshiping wor lplag by byproxy byproxy b bproxy 3
proxy He maid aid 14 he was Yo glad Iad te see la St StMark
Mark Marks the good oldfaafaioaed way wayworshiping of ofworehiplag i iworHlptg
worshiping God together to the pastor pastoraad r I Iand
and congregation both tit taking part ia the theservice tie tieservice C I Ilee
service lee He said be b did not like the n DIiW DIiWqurtet ae w wquartet
quartet choir which wbtehlang sang entirely alone aloneleaving alonelunll alonemorel 0 ° e
leaving < the congregation to merely merelylleten Mere MereUt morel russetlisten
listen Ut One 0 of the strongest IItrot factors In Inchurch 1J1cbCCh
church worship wor lp be held WM congrega congregational coDgr coDgrUl ¬
tional singing < of the old hymn which whichhave w1lkltbft whit whithave I
have node mad the church famous and have havetouched hAT hATtouelMd e
touched hearts the world ovar lie ma Hid aaldhe Hidbe d
he believed that Christ mull till played pia ed aa aaimportant allImportant a aImportant n
important part In the assemblages assemblageCongress of ofCongreaa orCoacr ° t
Congress Coacr and he felt sure ttre that he enter entered estered tel teled ¬
ed Into the borne of the President Presidentbe aa aahe
he h did that of his martyred predecessor predecessorDr or orDr
Dr Albert also al o pleaded for full attend attendance aUelMlanee efts ¬
ance uIt It IB I difeult for any DY pastor to tobe tobe t tbe °
be eloquent in the presence of entpt empty emptypews emptypews Y
pews p = aw wa was u the epigrammatic maauer la lawhich hawillen i a
which he put It It In conclusion Dr Albert Albertaaked Allwrtl AllwrtllUlked Aloe Aloesated rt
sated that the congregation let the min minuter mm n ¬
Ides feel that it WM with him hi la b hi hiwork ha hawork is
work and that It was glad te give him himaid himId hi t
aid Id whenever possible poeelbleComas poMIbleCom possibleComes
Comas Com os From Virginia VirginiaTbe VirginiaTIM
TIM Rev Mr Frantz I Ir about thirty thirtyyear thirtyJears thirt p
year years old He e I i a native of Virginia and andwaa aDdwas an d
was bora at Salem hi lie Is a deecendaat deecendaatof descends descendsof at
of the U fnakou Marshall family He re received reeel reeetred ¬
ceived eel his early education In the schools schoolsat H1too1at schoolat
at Salem Sa and was graduated from Roe Roanoke JtDOk Roenolte
noke DOk College ColI e He then entered the Luth Lutheran Lutbenut Iut h ¬
area Theological Tbeol glcal Seminary at Gettys Gettysburg Gettyburg t1s t1sbuIC ¬
burg from which he wa was graduated in h 1
195 Hb lest paatorate wa was at St Lukes LukesChurch LukesCbreh Luke LukeChurch a
Church in Baltimore Uta JtI more He stayed th thwversl there thereseveral ee
several 1 year largely building < up the thechurch tbeebrelt t tchurch he
church and getting It out of debt and andthen ADdt a athen ad
then t resigned to take a course rostra of study studyabroad stud tudy tudyz y
abroad hut ws wa prevented from fro going goingby gOlD gOlDb gel ag
by circHBMtaaeea c1re llltat8IIea over which hleh be had no noooatrel DOctOJItrel
ooatrel Mr Frantz was WIt choceu pastor pastorof palltorof poet a
of St Marks on October 12 last the tbeame theIIaT t be
setae day oa which the Rev John Job C CBower clow
Bower low resigned to go to Calvary Luth Luthera Luther LYt h
era er Church In Baltimore He accepted acceptedthe aoeeptedtit accept
the tit following fellou frg week sad a d ha bH been serving servingIn servln servlnin rvl g gIn
In the pulpit each Sunday since sinceSt sines8t DC DCIt
St Marks Mark Marksthe Church i Ie entering upon uponone 1IponODe u uone gees
one of the moot promising decades In it itcareer ItcaMter ii iicareer r
career It wa was organised about twelve twelveyear twehe1ears twely e
year years ago 10 and wa was reorganized in IlK 19KThe IlKMte 1
The preeeBt active membership 1 fe US USTbe 121TH
The edifice ha has been entirely refitted a and andthe aDdtM
the total Indebtedness Indebtedn baa ha been reduced reducedfrom r seine due8fltrom ei
from ttOM to 5000 6000ITALY 5000ROMB
ROMS ROM II Dec it iIPremler Premier Saraeeo SaraeeecoavoMd S raeeo ha hacoovofeed leu leuttte t
coovofeed the council of ministers 1lIt to tile dteCUM dlee tilecuss >
CUM e the gaestlra < t6et a of Italy Italys purttctpatiea partlcltI partlcltIIII ea
the St t Louis Bspoeltlea Bxpo IUeo
The Rev John Van SchaickJr Preaches on District Con Conditions Conditions Conditions ¬
ditions and aDd Methods of Improving Them
The Rev John Van Sobaiok Jr In his bisseries hisNrllNl
series of sermons HrmO 8 on darkest Washing Washington WneblDgton Washington ¬
ton ton chose for his theme last night In Inroktag In Invoking InvoktRg ¬
voking the Law His text was Psalm Psalmoxlx7 Psalmoxlx7 Psalmaxix0
oxlx7 I delight la Thy Law Like Likeall Likeall
all a ll the sermons of this serlos ha b gave gaveto ganto gaveto
to his audience the fruits of a thorough thoroughstudy thorought thoroughtudy
study s t Jy of District conditions which pre preeminently preemlBently s sflue
eminently fits him to talk OR those af affairs arairs atire ¬
m fairs ire which are of interest to every everycitizen everyoltlzen everycitizen
citizen of Washington Last night ho hotold 110told
told of p poet at and future needs what whatthe wbatt1le whatthe
the District baa asked and IB I asking ef efCongress elCORgr
Congress CORgr C ongress He said sa = d la part partLaw partLaw partLaw
Law is Both human and dlvlno Gods Gedsgreat Ged GedIreat Godsgreat
great laws are wrapped around the Yalverae uni universe 81 81verH ¬
verse More aDd Mere m = ate as we come to tounfold ounfold o ou
unfold u teld them the de they fill us with wander wanderand wendcrand wendtrand
and delight delightMan delightIan
Man Ian also has bees making law laws to togovern toKavern togovern
govern the world we rId His human laws are arealso arealllO arealso
also divine as they partake of the dl divine dlvl118 dlvine ¬
vine reason justice and truth truthTwo trutbTwo truthTwo
Two week weeks ago I sat and looked lookedInto JookedInto lookednto
Into i the faces fa of lMW 1 cheering men and andwomea andWOIIHtR
women They TIM wore listening to the thestory thestory
story of Irelands Irelaoo wrongs ronga as told by byDavltt hyDAvitt
Davltt aDd Blake They were cheering cheeringideals cheeringIdeals
ideals of o justice and equity In govern governmental governmeotal ¬
mental m ental affairs affairsI
I wondered how 110 many realized theastute the thenature theaature
nature of the laws under which they theylive the1Uve theyive
live l ive and the contrast between outsidecontrol outside outsidecontrol outsideQODtrol
control and selfgovernment Tb The most mostwonderful mOlltoodartl
wonderful thing about that meeting was wasthe waRUte wasthe
the faet that bat It was possible to hold it itLetters It ItLetters itLetters
Letters From Socialists SocialistsI
I have been receiving a large num number number sumher ¬
ber of Boalallst letters and documents documentssine documentsInce
sine sines Ince I declared publicly that the cure curefor curefor
for or poverty and injustice was wa not in inehaaglng Inebaaglng Inhanging
hanging ebaaglng c be social system Some have haveasserted bavealMlerted
asserted a that I preach mere platitudes platitudespleasant platltud platltudpiHut platitudespleasant
pleasant to hear The tact is I preach preachChristianity preaohChrltlanlty preachChrlrtlaaftq
Christianity and my remedy calls can for fortee fertoe fartea
tee much sacrifieo on the part of these tbevOuWbe theseouldbe
wouldbe w reformers reformersThe reformorsThe reformersThe
The hardest thing in this thl world Is IsBot a anot
not Indulging Ibd lghag la a denunciation tlenunolntlonIs Is net netwriting netwrlt1Dg
writing w riting anonymous letters lettersthe the hardest hardestthing hardtLhlngla
thing Lhlngla thing IB this tb world is to give ourselves ourselvesto onrmely es
to those tho who need usWe us usWo UsWe
We are a eelt selfgoverning sellgoTllr gorerrng lng people We Wecan Wecan
can sake and unmake laws Wo choose choosethose choosethose e
those who enforce the saws Jaws Wo can canhave canIia canhave
have Iia what we want I do not say there thereIB thereb
IB no Injustice JIIJ sUee political or industrial industrialI
I do not assert that there are no in inequalities Inequallttee into ¬
equalities to correct But I do olalra olalrathat olalmthat alai alaithat m
that liberty is not lying dead undor the theIronshod theIroosbod
Ironshod feet of greed The whole so socialist 80clallst ¬
clatter program starts at the wrong wrongend wrong8nd
end It begins and ends with law M My Myprogram Myprogram
program begins and ends with man manMan manIlan
Man Is back of and higher than law Lot Lotus Lotus Lo t
us elevate men and andw andwLot we ee will elevate law lawLot lawLot
Lot us go to the immigrant and ibro throw throwgood throwgood w
good Influences about him Lot us de destrow destrow dothe
strow the slums and resouo the future futurevoters tuturovoters
voters from rom Its power Lot us stop this thisranting thisranting tht a
ranting this denunciation this flreeat Ilseeatlrg flreeatiag r eat eatIg
iag aDd apply some common sense to tosocial toocIal
social conditions Because evil ba bagrows has hasgrown hasgrown s
grown up with good In this land let us ussot usBot u a
sot upset the social syttem and sacrl sacrifice sacrllee sacrlGee ¬
lee the good Let us cut It out The Theway Tileway Th Thway e
way to cut it out Is not by talking talkingAbout talk talkabout I Iabout
About brotherhood It is going to the theunfortunate th thunfortunate e I Iunf8rtuDate
unfortunate man like the Master went wentand W6DtaM
and showing him hi we w are his brother aad aadbis alMlhlB a
his friend frl The toller th the laboring man raauneeds maaDeeds manneeds
needs not aln alma s but a friend He needs needsabove Beedeabove
above all things some oa one sensible sensibleenouKh MIllIe MIllIeeAOuth e
eAOuth to look at the world through hie hieeyes b bayes b
eyes 1 and fearless eaeugh to tell him the thetruth tatnatl1 i b
truth truthla tnatl1JIl
la the first Autplace place then = Des let us thank thankGod tllkOod tits titsGod k
God for all the wise will laws we have Itav Let LetMS LettaDtly Le t
MS constantly taDtly Influence public seatlmeat sentlmeatIMJ t
00 that wiser ones will be passed and anduawlse andvaI an anYaw1w d
uawlse vaI once repealed repealedDistrict repealedDistrict repealedDistrict
District Government GovernmentIn
In this District of Columbia O lmbla we lava bava
a government of the people by Ceagrees Ceagreesthrough C IIgreeetllrousla
through Commissioners This i is not as asCHRISTMAS aCHRISTMAS a a
Story Told In Parable and Sacred Mu btusic Music Music ¬
sic by y Sunday School Classes ClassesThe ClasllesThe
The Calvary Baptist Church celebrated celebratedits colebrat ea
its Christmas service last la t night Th The TheRev TheXe e
Rev Xe Samuel H Greene pastor presided presidedand prlldedanti
and the exercises wero highly Interest Interesting lRte18stlag ¬
ingMis lag Mis Mist Miriam Hammer nag Come ComeBack ComeDaok CornsBack
Back Today Te ay to BethleheiJ after which whichthe wblc wblcthe
the story ef the Christ Child was tel told toldby telfby d
by seven ven of the boys and girls girl tram members meJB1HtrB ¬
hers of the Sunday school schoolThe sehoolThe schoolThe
The order was as fellows The Vrgin Vr Virgia Vlrgl
gin gl Mother No Room ia a the Inn Innchorus Isnehoru Ianchorus
chorus Thou Didat Leave Th ThThrone Thy ThyThrone TltyThrone Y
Throne Barnby lIunb the Quiet Night Nightchorus Nightellorwa
chorus 0 Little Lilli Town of Bethlehem BethlehemAckley BethlehemAckley BethlehemAckley
Ackley the Holy Birth song The TbeGift TheOUt Th e
Gift Itit Behread ebreDdprls girls chorus the Gags AagelSeag ADIhBg 1
Seag recitation It Came Upoa th tbe tbeMidnight tJaeMldnllbt e
Midnight Clear response Glory Glory to toGod toGod
God led In the Highest IHgbr > at Fillmore ladles ladlesand ladlesand
and = girls iris choruses cbor th the Adoration of ofthe ofWI
the Shepherds octet Bethlehem uDethlel1eBlTown BethlehemTown w
Town Becker Ifer the Abe of Bethlehem Bethlehemsong BethlehemIOnIC
song There Came a Little Child to toBarth toBarth t o
Barth Walton primary department departmentRichie d prtmet prtmetRleh
Richie McLeaa and the boy choir of ofthe oCthe a athe t
the school ehool sang That Song Divine and andthe aDdthe a nd
the program was as continued as follows followsThe followsThe
The Visit of the Wise Men trio trl Say SayWhere Sa SaWhere Y
Where I Is He That Is Bora Klnij Kin of the theJews tb S
Jews Jews Mendelssohn Meooel ohn ladles chorus choruschorus choruchorus
chorus There Came Three Kings KingsSmith KingsSmith
Smith Our Gifts GIt to the King ottering otteringChristmas o atferingChristmas < rlng rlngO
Christmas O rllRtafl Gladness Gladn8tMli hymn Jay to the theWorld theWorld th thWorld e
World Handel benediction organ orga re receMlonal reIonal receeeloral
ceMlonal Ional Hallelujah Chorus Handel HandelA
A D Mayo MayoDr MaoDr
Dr Greene pronouaeeu pronoltaM the benedio benediotloa benedloUN benedlflea c
Smalls Flowers for Christmas Christmazto
to J 1 II SM BaMll U It SOM SaM Flerbta M WI JHM 0 rte atajhteto
w jhteto iee list graMway sad H WWtdA lirfA lirfArii Ar ArtaltlNa
wrii rii S V 1 AaHrioaH n Asat Bewttr y r r e vWeti v vaM t6
rdAltras 111 WIIIS la5s aM XArMwas chrWwa 8 lent > ral aereltle DfIel nutlet ea eaWIIIS vWet1
arbitrary a as 8 It appears for public seatl aertfmeflt seatlmeat u ument
meat Is carefully watched and heeded heededThe 11 11The heededThe
The President ia his meeease JR g told VeWCongress widCongress toldCongress
Congress that slum tenements should shouldnot SbM SbMRot eheatisot
not be allowed to grew up ia I our ald midst midste W tHe t tHe
He H e pointed out the danger of Leases of ofthe orthe ofthe
the back alley typeWe typeWe type tapeWe
We ask now ef Ceagreas wiser law lawon Jawon laws lawson
on this subject suhJe t Queer stories are told toldas widto toldsa
as to why the law preposed reJHMI twelve years pearsago yearsago THISago
ago failed The geyser pr favored It it Theoodle The Thepeople ThepeoJle
people p indorsed it It The Cemsateetoners Cemsateetonersapproved Cnersaproved Cessteelonirsapproval
approved hut certain real estate te later Islarests laterts interats
ests e ats ts fought and Dd killed it
It provided that no dwelling house houseshould Hueabotdd houseshould
should be built In aa alley lees I than thanforty theftlorty
forty feet wide wlda and a that bad not base IIMIIthrough baseepeeed seen seenopened
opened through from street to street streetand streetand reet reetand
and then not sntll proper water paving pavingaad pavlagaIM pavingnd
aIM a nd sewerage BeW e bad been provided providedOne KovkledOne
One Senator said aaldbe he bad property Jkop < ty e of ofhi orhi t
hi 1116 owa Involved aad tbea made de as aseloquent allIIIofWSht anrloquent
eloquent plea lea to his brethren to defeat defeatthe t ttile
the measure re and increase lncr a the strength strengthof engUt engUtor
of the police force Think T l k of e < it ft Te Tedeprive T Tdeprive Tdeprive s
deprive mea of o tbat which makes far farnoble 1MDoble
noble living anc 8tK an provide at the thelime tilelime same sameime
lime t a larger club to whip them iato IoWilael iatoHue latojiBe
Hue The day of such statesmanship statesmannhlpthank salwpthank statesmanshiphank
thank t God te passed pausedAs passedAs edAs
As Jacob Rils said Friday Bight Tou Toucannot Toucannot Youcannot
cannot expect children t live like pigs pigsand pipnd
and nd then grow up to vote like man manWo mINIWo menWay
Wo Invoke the aid of the law ia de destroying destroyinc d dtraying ¬
stroying s the slum tenement What if 1 1le H HIs ItI t
Is I the negro who Is mainly eoaeerB eoaeerBI concerned concernedI
I am ashamed of the attitude many of ofray ofmy ofmy
my Northern friends take toward the thenegro thenegro th thnegra e
negro In thte city of Washington We Wehave Wehae W WeDave
have much to learn from rolD the South SouthHarshaese SouthHarsha Southarshness
Harshaese Harsha H uakinda unkind > > s neglect of the tbenegro theM5r8 t tnegro 1K
negro here in InWa Washington blngton te not South Southern Southern Southern ¬
ern It is Northern if we w glory ia the thespirit thespirit thepirit
spirit s of antislavery days let ue usa show showa
a little of U here and BOW ia our lives livesWe It ItWe itrosWe
We invoke In q the aid of the law also f featabliehlag in inestablishing 1ftes a
establishing es tbJJeblng playgrounds for children ehllclr la lacrowded IDQrowded 1 1crowded m
I crowded sections We caR purchase now nowfor aowor nowfor
for or a few thousands land that by b aDd aadby aDdIt a aby ° d
by will east millions 11 lions No boy can grew grewup grewJI grew9p our
up JI right who has not a chance to all his htelungs blaIURSS hisungs
lungs l ungs and kick a ball Let us take tal = e blm blmoff IIIIDorr
off tile pollcamang beat aad give giveODe him himoae islesone
ODe of bte owa owaWhat owaWhat aweWhat
What Congress Has Done DoneCongress DoneCongre
Congress has heard the cry of this thispeople tillspeople thispeople
people for relief from fro the malaria and andfeverbreeding alldfever a andfever
feverbreeding fever breeding geraa gases of the AMaeostte AMaeostteSate A Asa Asagate Ua UaOa18
Sate and the Beatara ten Branch Surveys Surveysare SaMYare Save Saveare Ya
are being made mad Let the work go OB OBIt 080 080It o r
It will prevent untold suffering ad pev poverty pev6rty pevsrty ¬
erty It will save tutsan man life Ifs Bvery Bveryconsideration IveryeonlllderaUon Ilire Ilireonsideration
consideration c of humanity umanlty calla for the theclearing UteelMrlng theclearing
clearing out of that stagnant riverWe river riverWe riverWe
We are building a DUratiea aUraU ta plant last for forour ferour to toour r
our water supply aad constructing a asewage asewage a asewage
sewage disposal dl posal system The work must mustnot mlMltnot m
not n ot stop through leek of lands We W ia iavoke layoke
yoke the aid of the law to abate nut nuisances aulMnces nutassess ¬
assess and tq t safeguard the health 1Mal healththe at atthe Che
the he people peepleef ef this District DlstrtetSo DistrictSo
So much for public p ltUe interests latertsB leteratsuor now nowfor w wfor
for f or private privateWe privateWe
We invoke the law ta secure a poor poorman powman
man his rights Legal aid societies tt like liketbat lUrethat hissthat
that in New York are Rot charities They Theyare TJieyre The y
are re evidences evhlen e of publicspirited citisea citiseaship dtlzeaship
ship They The give wise counsel Th Thsave They Theysave Tileyeave ey
save the poor man frost legal sharks sharksWe ltarksWe sharksWe
We invoke the law to compel sea seato meato
to support their families fam This te bast the tbelast thelast
last l ast resort re Charity workers try tryfrieadahlp tr7CrleAdsblp tr trriendship 3
frieadahlp f and encouragement and moral moralruasioa moraluIO1 store storeauasfoa l
ruasioa first Wb VlKn a this fite they tyrnly must mustfcernly > s sseratp ust
fcernly rnly apply the law We W invoke the thelaw OleI
law I ti to reform and punish criminate I Iagree 1afree
agree with with Judge J go Brady that all punish punishment h hnt ¬
weal nt should be reformatory that our ourJail ourjail
Jail must be made a school and a work workshop workabopaol worka ¬
shop abopaol not a loafing place for idlers idlersWe 11I1ersWe
We Invoke Invnk the law to save MY the call children cWIareft ¬
Area I agree with Judge Kimball that thatBO thate t
BO e machinery Is calculated to do dogood more moregood 8MNegood
good than the Juvenile Cocrt The law lawwhich lawhl Is Iswhich w
which hl h gave us a Board of Childrens ChildrensGuardian ChtldreaGuardians a
Guardian GUArdl and a probation oncer a eer eerthoroughly te tethoroughly IatheroughlY
thoroughly modern mode and up u to date datethat Of Ofthat OCthat
that I shall peak more next ext week weekay la faCrlaaoa laay IDny
ay concluding address addr upon poB Crimes enAlalut CrimesAgainst trl
Against Criminals CriminalsCAPTAIN CriminalsCAPTAIN CrlmtnalsCAPTAIN
Widely Known IrishAmerican Citizen Citizenof Citizenof Citizeof n
of Washington Wasbington5trong Strong Anti AntiImperialist AntiImperialist AntiImperialist
Imperialist ImperialistCapt ImperialistCapt
Capt Patrick OFarrell one of ofstoat the tbemost thentOAt
most widely known IrlshAmerioaa siftgene etti ettizens etttzens
zens of Washington died at hi his home borne2WB home2M
2WB University Place PJaea last evening Sev Several SeverLl Sevst ¬
eral as st months ago he suffered red from a astroke astroke C Cstroke
stroke of paralysis and algae then t had hadbeen ltadbeeD ha I
been confined to bis hi home bonteCaptain HDMCaptala homeCaptain
Captain GFireU O Furell gained much m = ach proml promlnenee promlneMe proudnesee
nenee in the past few years oa aceouat aceouatef t ter tet
ef his h antagonism to the expansion xpao pol policy polIcy potfey ¬
icy of the Republican party part His HI vlewa vlewaoa Tiewaon r laws
oa the point slat were se pronounced that Utatbeeame thatbecame he hebecame
became estranged eetTAq from many rasa a1 polltosfriends political politicalfrieads 1
friends 111 All his life he wa WH a strong a Re Republican ReJ ¬
J publican ulJllain but while the expansion agita agitation Klta Kltalion ¬
lion question queU was at t its U height 1iet he be beeaaw beeaDM
came president of ta a aatilmperteltet aatilmperteltetleague setttmpat ia11s t
league leagueCaptain ieagueCaptala leagueCaptain
Captain OFarrell was bon hi tbe tbeCounty tJieCounty t he
County Casa Ireland Ireland la 1 112 Re Heto fosse oameto earn
to this country counry when a young nun and andenlisted andenlisted a aenlisted
enlisted ia the Union
a service with a anumber anum
number num r of friend who came ca eve with withblm wttllhim wf wfhim th
him Fe p wa was h assigned lIIned to Company G GSlxtyujth GSlxlynHh
Slxtyujth New York Infantry and andserved andMrved
served throughout the war with distinc distinction dlsUDctlon dlatlnet1or ¬
tion Before the close of the war be bemade bemade wag
made a captain captaiaCaptain cataIRCaptain
Captain OFarrell was wa a athe athe ot ott
the t e Loyal Legion the Union VeTeran Veterangaa Le Legion Ieglln ¬
gion and was conspicuous in a G A Acircles R Rcircles R Relrcl
circles elrcl He was 38 also at o Identified with th the thaABtlTruet theITrHt e
ABtlTruet ITrHt League the Irish JrlsbAmerlcan JrlsbAmerlcanIIIl1torll IrishAmericaIifatorteal American AmericanHistorical n
Historical Society the Ancient Order OrderHtbernlaus of ofHibernians ofH
Hibernians H berBlaJUJ and the Washington Waahl tOD Chess CIa CIaChlb is islie ess
Clob He n te survived by Mrs OFarrell OFarrella 1
a son and daughter The fvaeml will willprobably tell tellprobably ill illprobably
probably take place oa Wednesday Wed Deed In Intarment JDhtrmeot Inlament
lament will be made at Arlington
Dr Bristol Eulogizes Mem Memory Memory Memoryr ¬
ory of Dead WomanHELPED Woman WomanHELPED WomanHELPED
Points Out Grandeur of a Life DevotedTo Devoted DevotedTo Deote DeoteTo
To Horse Rather Than Thante Thante Thanto
te Society SocietyA
A large 88 enniM aatbared at the Metro Metropolitan Yetroopolltaa Metropolitaa ¬
politan MeUwtftet Kfaaeopal Church yes yesteraay YP8ttIa yesterday
teraay ttIa to bear 1 time pester the Rev Or OrKraak Dr1Iruk IrFraak
Kraak M Brteta4 MHver a memorial
eratoa on the den ae t a of Mrs MrJulla Julia Dent DentOraat DentOnutt DentGrant
Grant It vww a aeraaw full f ll of force forceand orcd orcdnd orc orcaM
and a nd aa earnest izibate trr We t its a noble woman wo4 wo4a wo4BeeaHee wo woJll8R +
man Jll8RD manBecaaee a
BeeaHee D of the brief time allotted allottedfor aU allotto4for tt ttror
for the funeral 1 tervtoee of Mr Mrs Grant Grantyeeieraay Grantreetenlay Grandesterday
yeeieraay y nothing WM saM of her bean beautlfal beantltl
tlfal character sell Dr Bristol > Aj Agra dgtacNnt Ajgractoo
gractoo gra woaaasetadttetD woman won4 jretaiaeth honor is the thascriptural thoKriptral thecriptural
scriptural s selection I shaft n take for my znytbeiue mylbene mytbee
tbeiue Our Amerioantem demands for forthte forlbla
rids woman the right to repose beside besideher bf besideer ldo ldo1Ier >
her h er HttMtriou fltuet ous hoabaad I They were aa aaone axone
one 0 fa patriotism and duty and nd they the theyshall
shall hall be as a one forever ia an historic historicimaaertaMty hlatorlctlrtaJlty hlmtoritifttttrortalftp
imaaertaMty imaaertaMtyTrue lrtaJltyTf1Ie fttttrortalftpTrue
True Greatness s In Woman WomanTrite Womanrrve WomanTrue
Trite greatne reatJM In in a woalaa does no nodemand not noftJaat notemand
demand d emand that abe be a Deborah a Jooa Jooaof J Joaoof oan oanor
of Arc a George a Rust It does not re rectaire reqvlre require
quire her to atep from tr frsanlntty amlBlaity Ialnlty Into Intotha JDt JDtt
the t werld of action a tJ and among men m n of ofaSairs or oraalrs ofaSaks
aSairs The Aoaae hem farntehos ra as broad a aeld 8hW
hW eld and an opportaalty as great gr as tho thoarena thoar thoarena
arena ar of politics for vr the work of ofgood J JgOOd a agood
good woman we It te set r t tile masculine masculinebat JIIS uUne uUneNt
bat the Utelraoin gradatis woman that r rtt1nt rtt1ntM retaln retalnheaor Utnct Utncthonor
honor honorTho orTho heaorThe
Tho word wordgrsdora grsckw osavey saT to us the Uxetkaowledge thEtkaowJed theknowledge
knowledge e of a woman Of culture gen gentlenetK gent gentletttxhlt
tlenetK t and goo sell breeding a daughter daughterof
of God aad a daughter ter of the th people peopleMartha
Martha Curtis married George Q Washing Washington Washinglou Washingtoa
ton and by her traits of character made madoblm mad madIII
Was III the men he waa Julia Dent helped helpedGod helptdGod
God to make Ire a great man of r Ulysses UlyssesGrant S4 S4Great s sOraRL
Great She discovered U1 U S L Grant Sho Shoaw Sh ShINIW 6hdsaw
saw aw In Mm hi power and greatness before beforeanyone berOfQaeyOBe beforeanyone
anyone aeyOBeJulia ei eiJulia etee eteeJulfe
Julia Dent was a plata swostantia swostantiaSlrl IMlbetntlastrl substantial substantialgirl
girl net very beautiful beItU 1 aad net very verycultured verycultured tT1 tT1cult1lrM
cultured hot a eemmoaaeaae and da dataeetb don donBteatte dO4tie +
Bteatte tie young woataa wo She was an in inalteiy
Satiety 1 eIy better type of f Amerioaa J girlhood girlhoodthan l ltDaR
than the Gibson girl of today y Grant Grantwaa Grantwa
uses wa a plain plat stolid aad democratic de teen njaoA tnan tnanA teenA
A flippaat society girl could have speD soeaBothiag speDDOthlag seentaathlag
Bothiag attraetiv attrAe ft ia the young lieuten lleutenant lieutenant lIeut II IIant ¬
ant Julia Deat saw hte real manhood manhoodaad manhoodaad manhoodand
aad married him himLifted IdaLifted
Lifted Genius From Oblivion OblivionSince OblivionSlIMe OblivionSince
Since the death of General Grant dirsGrant Mrs MrsGrant MrsGraat
Grant has led a quiet retired llfo iliaThratgD llfoThrough Uf UfTIlrMlp
Through lllaese III and iaftrmttiee she has hasnet hasBet
net been active ae w socially Maybe aybe ybe the theyownger theMIDger theyorager
yownger genenUloa u baa let her slip lip from fromIts fromIta
Its memory Amerieaa MeIIa people must re remember re reJIMIIIHr remember ¬
member the gracious wlf wife of the great greatsoldier gttatNldler
soldier No aaa owed more to his wife wifathan wir wirtlaaa wifeDan
than = did General Grant and it is deul doubt doubtful doubtfill ¬
fill if be w world M ever 1 have reached tame faniahad tamehad famebad
had it t not boon far W inauence She Sbahelped Shehel
helped hel to lift that genius from fro oblivion oblivionFew obUytonPew oblivionFew
Few people have ve ever began beg n life to together toether ¬
ether ia a mere moeeet home than thantheir thantheir
their theirs It WM a small n hoaco illy lo located 10cal8d ¬
sated la Detroit Some one told the theyoung theJOUIiS
young man the pleas wa was poorly located locatedand locatedanti
and la a very noisy neighbor neighborhood bood Char Cbaraeteriatic Charaeterl
aeteriatic aeterl tJc of the great generals blunt bluntaee bluDtrepUe4
aee mess > he e replied If home boot aa ha hell out outaide outaltle outaide
aide ef o It It there uer te heaven Ha within Mrs MrsGrant MrsOnmt MrsGrant
Grant was simple In her tastes Her Herdomesticity HerdODt Herdomesticity
domesticity dODt was a crowning featureThe feature featureThe fturtTIle
The pastor then netted many y pleas pleasing pleaslug pleaslag ¬
lug Incident incidents of bar devotion to her herchildren hftcltlldrea
children and pointed out tile grandeur of ofa ota
a womaa whoee life 11f if te hf devoted vuted to homo homoand hom
and family 11 rather three more re worldly worldlylatter worldlyur
mwttert latter ur by nature tare MM span pea the Bhoul Bhouldera aboulden +
den of mea
ofLih meaLife
Life Before PublIc PaWIcOatiMttlBc PublIcCeat PublicCeatinafiag
OatiMttlBc Ceat Dr Brtetol Wel referred to hoc hocMe belIIr he heIlls
Me IIr before the tI public He sold soldsbe aaldShe Id IdShe
She wa WU the tS t OSSB = = who wa was to bet betthe b bte betthe
the first lady ia the land the mistress mlsUnter mistressef
ef the White Whit House Once ia that town towna
a man came to ak rout you < Grant for a acontribution a aeoDlrlbtttloa
contribution toward building a church c burl h
ta the neighborhood Mr Grant gladlygave gladly gladlyItor gladlyllve
gave a aam sum aDd when asked 1Jy the via
Star what he thought of the need of ttclurch etchurch av avchurch
church for the neighborhood aaawerEdt t
I do not attend church chve as much as I Ishould rlJaouId I Ishould
should but Julia and the children do Ythink I Ithink tthlak
think we should have ha a Sunday school
her here too Thte waa the feeling in his
heart lHIrtIor for Julia and the cb children 14ren Thur Thurwag Thmwas
was tit mother that typified the fact factthat rae raethal factthat
that the hand that rock rocks the Cradle Cradlerale CradledTales radlfnI
Tales nI the world woadEvery worldEvery
Every such nch mother r Is worthy of her hereulogy h hereulogy > 1 1logy
eulogy logy The highest t pratee e that can be bobestowed bebeslowed bebestowed
bestowed aeon woman w are than of de devoted ceoted dovoted ¬
voted aad faithful motherhood All great greatmea KT area areaaces at attOID4t =
mea come = from a gracious motherhood motherhoMA
A As long as we have true tn devoted moth mother mothers ¬
er ers we shall 11 have liberty and ADi an greatness greatnessIn eatnpsf eatnpsfIn
In our land landShe
She wa w was twice the lady of the Whtfe WhtfeHouse Wht WhtHOUM RhlteHouse
House gracious diplomatic and dr drmeette do doneette d <
neette Probably she 1Ie did not put on onquite onqalte onquite
quite as much style tTIe aa some of the soetety so soetety IOeMly
etety crowd desired e t Mr Kn Grant car carried ¬
sled with her fate Ute White W House the theante thesame he
same ante spirit that made heaven bYeIIr of the tbpH lit little It ¬
tie bumble bone In I Detroit many years yearsbefore yearsbefore
before beforeHer
Her Valuable Iniseace IniseaceThen
Then and d since Mrs Grant ha baa ever everexerted cursexerted
exerted a valuable aDd powerful 0 werfu I In tnfiueaee InauDee
fiueaee ia cementing cemeaUa the section of o = tho thocountry t1jCOUDtry tie
country together aft attar r that laetcoraMi laetcoraMistruggle memoratLstrugl rttesrnrat 1 1struggle
struggle To Iha am i > il t her heart and andpeace anolY andv
Y peace She was a South Southoman Sou Southman t n nman
oman man but she bad given herself ber lf forbetter for forbetter f01better
better or for worse to the Northern an andler Incilfr i
dler Her Southern birth gave her a pe peculiarly 1 1eullarly ¬
culiarly great and nd pleasing inflwnc inflwncover Inftuonover
over Southern women in her Er task to tobind tl tlbind
bind up the broken hearts and destroy destroythe dEItrn dEItrnthe destrnrthe
the gulf between them and their North Northern Sort l lern
ern sister sisterMrs slateill
Mrs Grant was a devoted grand grandmother gran1mother ¬
mother a true and Dd falthfnl mother anti anila H l la
a loving 1oYl and faithful wife wH She S was as a agraeloue 1Toda asrneiort
graeloue woman Today Toda her body b sleepswith sleeps sleepswith elftpswit
with wit that of her hero She stands once voceacre oncemore OtlrElIDGr
more IDGr beside him sad they are again againone a againone ga I n n0De
The Kind You Have Always Alw js Bought Sf of ve u

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