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2 THE WASHINGTON W RA A mUiTON fIl4 = T0T TIMES MONDAY DECEMBER 22 2 1902 190
NEW YORKS STUPENDOUS STUPENDOUSPUBLIC STUPEN06us STUPENDOUSPUBLIC I IPUBLIC
PUBLIC I IMPROVEMENTS
i
More Than 300000000 to toBe toBe toBe
Be Expended In Transfer Transferand Transferand Transferand
and Transit Facilities and andto andto andto
to Beautify the City CityMagnitude CityMagnitude CityMagnitude
Magnitude of the Work Un Unparalleled UnpJralleled Unparalleled ¬
paralleled in the History of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the World WorldPennsylvania WorldPennsylvaniaRoad V orld Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaRoad PennsylvaniaRoad
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NEW FW YORK Dee 21 25In la the Useof Watery Wateryof torr torrof
of the th world never have each rtapea rtapeatlc pen penf
ti tlc f s plans for public lapraveme boea boeaiiitaken beea1rtaken bs bstttaken
iiitaken as have ha been definitely 4ielaltel7j dtatlteb0re dtatlteb0req nro nroj
j rt > i or are already la htd various stages stagescr staceer
d r ompletton In New York city cityIn eI7In cityn
In n sixteen treat t prajeeta for the Im 1mr imhn
1 r vcmrnt < mnt of transit mad 114 traffic tn facill facills facill1u
t 1u s alone a lorE the lb vast sum nm of tlO00 H OM6M Ie Iet a ai
t l spent f fDt and this tbl does net repreaeat repreaeatv
Iy h v iv nan nany any m1Uk mtll million s the t e total outlay wMch wMchi
i I i < IK g made mad or Is about to t be made for fariLs foril torrpose
iLs il is purpose purposein > rpose rposeI
in l I u ail the tremendous 1 scheme of ofimprovement fittrj ai
trj 1 r n s i improvement i m pro smest which le eventually eventuallyt entuall entuallt
t liil lJr d I the boroughs be together t the Penn PennEvivHiia PeeDilIil PenasrivaHa
EvivHiia ilIil tunnel Is the central pobv Ia Iai 1 1I Ind
d < i i zany any of the lesser plans pia are arewholly arebh arewh
wholly wh bh lIy dependent 11t Dclent upon poII this 01 enormous enormousWOK eaollDOUlln
WOK n v n r n which hieh of Itself exceeds esce a atl1 la magi magifilf telaghlI
filf I i any sln single > < le public Improvement ever evertf everb Yer Yerh
h tf Cr r dreamed of ofPennsylvania of ofPennsylft1lia OfPennsylvaaM
Pennsylvania Railway Tunnel TunnelThis T Thi TtuelTht
Tht This hi < tunnel will apes e the way wa rtltectly rtltectlyfmtii tlltect1Ffr I IfrlII
fmtii fr an the t h < heart of the tla city clt In the water ceaterf waterOllantaaan centersr
sr < f Nianrauan 1lsn attan to Queens Qa Long Inland InlandN
N W w Cngland l sad the North oa one side sideen efdeal f4Ie f4Ieac
en ac al i to New cW Jersey the South and 114 West Westre WestfJj Westen
re th 1 h < other ot er It win be about tve I miles mI milesI
1 1111 11C
Topping It at t right angles the uit Rapid RapidTansit RapidItnslt
Tansit it ans subway will connect the Bronx BronxSIM roIIIII Bseexsna
SIM sna th < < upper end of Xaahattaa ttaa with the theucry tilet1I theannry
ucry t1I r and Brooklyn The Intersection intersections
f s these hl 1 two great rotary wr will be the theIMI tllel
IMI l uu of the city cityA eat eatothcr citylrothcr
A lrothcr rot othcr her great hbTeaSUt It I Movement win willtll be bethe bethe
the xtcisioa of KlvereMe iii DrI DrII 11Ive Drive frmp frmpi fr lp lpt
i h Manhattan viaduct to the BoulevardLaayette Boulevard BoulevardLbiayette Boule BouleL
Lbiayette L ttf plans pia for which alfI have Just Justb
b lfI l < n finished It will make u the tlaetJri fasttlri fast tneattlrio
tlrio tJri in the world worldTh worIdThl worldThs
Th Thl Ths < s has bee bees the t g > sat t dream of the theloopie 1MIIoI theirople
loopie of this tbl cttf e ct and aalespecIaliy especially of the theMe tilecOl theMn
> cOl Me A for Bias years sad it Is tally tallyrrportm Kilyeiherted 111 111fpprtfC
rrportm that the mtewry me 7 unary appropria appropriation appropc1at ¬
tion t ii ion n will be be1D bemne made to eoawptete this work workTij workIb workThe
The Tij plans provide not oaly fly for a conIinw con continuous continueu ¬
tinuous Iinw us driveway along the T TRiv B BRifr Hudson HudsonRiver
River Riv r but also J for viaducts Yla4t1etatridgep terraces terreeesbridges terracesbridges
bridges and a beautiful bt auttful public park with withinnumerable wit witi withnumerable
innumerable i J numerable artistic features featuresVith ft1lft8WiTh featuresVith
WiTh Vith this thl improvement completed aa aar
r > pt pjortunlty tortuntt nnunlty will be afforded pedestrians pedestriansJrivrs pedntr pedntr1rh pedestriansdrlvrrld
Jrivrs 1rh and rider rlderlJetthr either of horses or orr orfir orr
r fir > r bicycles Llceleefor bicyclesfora for a eotayDao continuous continuous trip from fromSeventysecond rrofYfDtYMOODd frostrventyeeoond
Seventysecond Street I Iftreet bTwe 1Dr 1Drftr rudl rudlstreet
street ftr t a dfctanpe dta of Has If IfOn des T mfH aifles aifleson likes likesnn
on the river rI r front with > the natural naturalscenery naturalscenery tanI1 tanI1f
f scenery < cnry and Dd at aurell attractions tract loas aa well as the theartificial urtiIcial lbeartificial
artificial one ones to be constructed constructedRiverside eo eonstructsdRiverside I IRiversic1e
Riverside Drive Drivettiverslde Ddenhe DdveRiverside
Riverside nhe lde Drive which by common commoniKf COIDDIODi COIDDIODtJ commontag i
tJ tag iKf II of the term includes IDe the beautiful beautifulpark beautifulJark beautifullark
park which bleb slopes westerly to the river riverfcpgiDB rIerbpslns riverbngloa
fcpgiDB at Seventysecond Street and Dd
IMPROVEMENTS IN NSW NEYORK NSWYORK NEWYOU
YORK AND THEIR COST COSTPennsylvania COSTI1a COSTPeonaylaala
Pennsylvania I1a Railroad Railroadtuaael RailroadtUMeI Railroadtuasel
tuaael from New Jer Jersey JerI Jertu0r ¬
sey to Long Island I with witha wWaJIaDt
a giant terminal tenD 1 le th thheart tbd tbdheart < > I I IJaeari
heart of MaaWMuV iia tAlZl1 R M IIUN IIUNPeaskylraalt M MPsnusyhraajr
Psnusyhraajr J Rail Railbelt Railroad Railroadbelt I Ibelt
JIM Brook Brooklyn v vlya
belt Imo Nli around
lyn 8 with 1th a bridge brt brtuti to t tAOMx
AOMx and ttnmeni ttnmenidocb
docb at t Bay Ridge aIMS aadGreenville andGreenville
I
Greenville N J JRapid JRapid MMMM MMMMt lONIlIdORapid
Rapid Transit subway subwayNew ltwa7New 4MN0N 4MN0NNew
New Turk Central tar tarmtaal ter termtal trminal
mtaal mtal1hne mtaalThree XIltfiM 51N1N0Three XIltfiM6xhaiiSI
Three new Vast Ktver Ktverbridges JUNrOtber Xkrbrldpe
JUNru
bridges bridgesOther 6xhaiiSI 6xhaiiSICWMM u USSAa USSAaOther
Other traaatt traaattmania hnpvMY hnpvMYmeats
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Cxteaskm of oCDrtt MvwaMa MvwaMaDrive River7dDrive
Drive DriveConatractloa DriveCoastructba 1 1CoutnctJoa
Conatractloa oC oft the Oraad fksadBoulevard OraadBoulevard 0nMBo1lleYanl
Boulevard BoulevardBoildiag BoulevardBuilding 4 4Bul14bta
Building of the now Off Creton CcetoIt Offton
ton dam damOoaatructhM damConstruction CWMM CWMMFor 1 10ea8Uuet1oll
Construction of the Ja Jaromo Ie IeJOIM leerome
rome Park reservoir yeeerveirzteuston reservoirextension erftlrJstnloD
extension of the dock dockajateam tIoeltBal14lnC docksystes
ajateam ajateamBuilding NOON NOONBuilding
Building of atxtylve Car Carnoale carU Carleesie
noale Ubnurlca UbnurlcaCompletion U bruIuI 1 1Coaphttoa d0NN0 d0NN0Completion
Completion of the New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York PabHe Library LibraryOoaatractloa UbrIu7Ooutncti 4N0IOS 4N0IOSOoastructia
Ooaatractloa of Ofof aajr aajrof
of Records RecordsBulMtag RecordsBulldl J JIldl
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BulMtag Bulldl Ildl of t ttea the thetoot a aa aatout >
tout house heusiyor > d < rX7gMi rX7gMiJMMM J171b000Pr J JPw
yor site tAt and buihUM MIl of cJor ofnow
now psstolee NBILNFor JMMM JMMMMMOM
For new ew small 1 parts partsFor paittahr pnt pntPer k5 MMOM MMOM1MMOM
For hrldnsi ov ever r Harlam HarlamPar 13arlomsad arlela arlelaaM
aM Hreax 4INISO 4INISOPar
Par sites and betfldtemv hudldlagefor betfldtemvTotal
aMTOtal for sew cheals 1MMOM 1MMOMstretches 111NONl 111NONTOW l
Total fur transit cnttlWU b bnrovemonta tam3 tam3pronsatt
pronsatt nrovemonta nrovemontaTatal lWU lWUT e N0ISS N0ISSTaal
Tatal T for r ether aOMrQrmad etIMrm etIMrQ ethermints
mints m
Grand Mal Malt batsstretches > 14N1dd
t I Ilu
stretches Its unrivaled route la sight of ofthe oftJae ofthe
the majestic Hudson until anti I It IttMa reaches reaekeasad reachesaad
sad thoa circles dR the great t white tomb of ofOraat orGnat ofGrant
Gnat and the historic ClareaMMt eta etau etaTe man manTo ass ass510t
u 510tTo
To all Intents llU Ad AdDrt purposes Rrtjrratde RrtjrratdeDrive RIWr4sDrive
Drive Drt stops at Claremont t The TaM fits ftaeMaahattaa 1MMa fitsdsahattan
Maahattaa Ma viaduct t It to true carries the thepleasure UtepIeuare thepleasure
pleasure seeker farther by a quarter rter of ofa orbutb ofa
a mile but butb snip to take him hi through a aconventional aconftlltlooal aconveattoosi
conventional etty street away front the thebeautiful tHbealltlhll thebeautiful
beautiful river Ii to M trafite of upper upperBroadway upperBroadway r rJbeept
Broadway BroadwayKxcept BroadwayRxaept
Kxcept to the privileged pliTI few the Boul Boulevard BouleYUd Beulevard ¬
evard Lafayette to as much unknown nko as asyet utbe asthe
the But Side of lower Xnatta fana iiiaadyet fanaJet
yet the drive 1 from One Hundred and aadFiftyeighth andFiftyeighth ad adftyelpUi
Fiftyeighth Streets to the heights elflD odiaweed of elflDwood In Inwood
wood IS n dthrst thuut t vparlJeb t parallL IJ Weedad Weedadslopes wOtHlfl Woedfdslopes
slopes precipitous pnd ltoaa tt nMar MxYM places t ter to toer teIt teIter
er up 1M 1 Jt Jest > oet oa one side and Dd oa o the theI tot tit titother
I other ot the ud land Just ju t aa precipitously precipitouslyslopes preelpltoulyIopea precipitouslyslopes
slopes u v the wattAs water waterAs
As far aa a the eye e eaar em see through throughbreaks throughbreaks h hbreab
breaks la the foliage the Hudson flashesI flashes flashesla lubesJa
la I the sunlight UPt and wets wet eta the ta feet of the thePalisades tbePau thePalisades
Palisades Pau This TIki to the Riverside Drive Drivepar DrlY DrlYROUence Drivepar
par excellence but owing 01 to Its Inac Inaccessibility IIICeeulbUtt toaceeeaslbllity ¬
cessibility eeulbUtt Is I visited by few except real residents r1denta realdents ¬
dents of Washington Height
NATION NA NATIONA1 TIONALNA At NAVAL VAL RESERVE RESERVEFAVORED RESERVEFA RESERVEFAVORED
FAVORED FA lOR ED BY OFFICIALS OFFICIALSHeartily OFFICIALSHeartily OFFICIALSHeartily
Heartily Indorsed by President Roosevelt Rocise vol t and the theSecretary theSecre theSecretary
Secretary Secre rY pt the he Navy Mr 1100 Moody Y
President Roosevelt It aad Secretary SecretaryMoody eertaryMoody I
Moody foorJy whoa whose belief w in the ulr urgent need needof peedtf
of more omeora 0 sad man far the navy wat 7 + y to isa tov
v r > n known have called led atteuttoh t Ie the thermrMity IaerlplliIity theLrrlity
rmrMity of orsaaMag at atones i iiiinai 0DCe a na noI
I 11 iiinai n os 1 naval n a vl reserve r as aa Important Importantirixilary IaDpoftut1I1llliry hapoetsatsxtlary
irixilary to the navy It to believed eeI that thatr
r w u 1 i the t be time to urge strongly the theby tileIt theI
I sRe It by t CongTOM esgress of the atonal aattonalrsvui naUo1r atonalrival
rival r 41 reserve r resernc bill iBtiodaeed 11Itoct at the lastnssress last lastfonercss lutllonsll
fonercss nssress llonsll by Senator Hale entitled Utled A Anit AI AJ
I nit 111 I 1 t to o provide pr far tile ha enrollment t tMllaniz3t1on tad aadrrirariization tadnrranltotion
rrirariization of a Unitod t States naval navalrxrve Daalre navalr
rxrve r > erve re This TIt MO 1l totho t tb result of ten tenrarofal tenx
1 x Careful study el the uiou th various plans ptonstlvanced p pshanr planssIvaneetJ
shanr tlvanced and to the t one oeeapproved approved ftI by byihe by1J1t bythe
the Navy 1v Deportment Dopartmeatpresident DeportmentPresldent t tJrf
president Jrf ld t Roosevelt It called the attea atteafoa tteai sttesilnn
foa i Ion of Congress to tile met that tbe tberai tbelHaL therival
rival militia forces f are Hate organisa organisation rgssisat ta ta11orll ¬
11orll t tion tons But Bot ia addition diu ha mid ad westitld we wefvi weJ
J stitld fvi 1 < l provide at once far r a national nationalnaval nationalLaval
naval 1 il a 1 reserve Ho boliovaa that It Itshoull ItJihoul itshould
should < be a real 1 auxiliary to tha naval navalftgoinc naa6QUtftnr naval5raxolnE
6QUtftnr < ftgoinc pecetabUs peace PftICeAftr sslabllshmest sslabllshmestAt eat eatAltar
At Altar r calling can attention 1eaU to the pressing preulagneci Jlt pressingDeal I IDE
Deal DE < f of a naval reserve Soeretary SoeretaryMoody eretarJMood geretaryMoody
Moody Mood ia ala recent report said that thattho that1bf thatThe
The results r ault of the SpanlshAoerican warassured war warB warOlIurfd
assured B ur > d everyone having knowledge kIIow ofnasal of ofnaval or13nl
naval matters that steps should at t once once1r one
1r 1 r iken kern to meet tbe one certain sad aadpomtivc sadpnsitivc Dd DdrlIlthc
pomtivc requirement utreaaeDt whleh will Jaco the theration tberatlon theTatlon
ration on aa outbreak of war warUte the tmmeHate Im Immoiiate hD hD1nIate
moiiate n necessity lt7 of a largo I Iargsbdereaae tSeroase la lah IDhf lahe
h hf men of the navy 7 from KS est existingresrrvc existing existingr U UrrYC
r rrYC ocrve an increase which mdM In tbe tbemain tbemala themale
main be marie 1DaI from tha th seafaring fartal class classThf elueThl classThs
Thf Naval Acadaaay A Acat oy Alumni Labels Aaaoetottnn ANGeIaflnn Labelstln
tln ttnn i The Naval Order and the Naval Re Regprvf Ber Reserve
serve r Association have passed pa ed unant uDulr
r
FURTHER IMPROVEMENT IN INVANDERBILTS INVANDERBILTS INYANDERBILTS
VANDERBILTS CONDITIONPbyui CONDITION CONDITIONPhysician CONDITIONPhyaidAu
Pbyui Physician iaas Now Man Kgfsfal X xo dt That Ha HaWill neW liewill
Will W I1 lUcarar Klu cverTmoperstnre cverTmoperstnreraid Teatperatare TeatperatareNEW TtanJaIIbI
raid JaIIbIEW raidNEW
NEW EW TOKK Dee t 6 JL b still tuImproy tkrtbaf tkrtbafimproTesaent h tber tberimprovement
improvement Improy t wee sps4ddld retoertdd hi IIdtlol1 Akf Mh1eea Mh1eeadtion roa roadtion
dtion of rrn rrnild ua Vaiaerbllt this thismorning t tmornlnc thismnrning
morning Hu I1 i iII ihsshclans > ionT < JaBa aajaaatsd tobe to toe toIt
It be > e more h 11 I that to wtll 1 recover recoverthan rolover roloverthen
than they tbe iiav 1 1 I fr frAKhouat forAllhoull psstweek psstweekAlthough 1
Although > i 1 i ul ulW ialr llp + il1 it nes d itwas It ItWill
W Will K said u tl i JW w t U4utj Jt > Uwniitur UwniiturJtad trYyulil8rbhad It16r It16rhael
I
had b hfD he n falling gradually
mss resolutions IOM I jtsing jtsingsaid slug slugaaed IDS
said of a United a 2atfe M ds MMT t MaVrve MaVrveThe lukrveThe ne
1 The Mil 11 to prorlde tar 4f te esjro1hn Ument UmentaM nt ntaad ntoi
aad orpulaatioa oi aabatlOa or aalsstia of 11H t7aled 11 11al s3tataa tatm na naTal navl
Tal al reserve states thatll that It shall con consist CODII conslat ¬
slat of exofficers and honorably dischorgd dis discharged dtadIarpd ¬
charged patty officers and men of tbe tbeUalted tbeU theUnited
United U States Navy Na and the United UaitedStataa UaltectItt UnitedStales
Stales Itt naval auxiliary IUar7 farce forapett ores et a apetty eer eerpetty
petty pett ahem aDd men who W have ft served servedat servedat ed edat
at least three years 7 In tha acaalaed acaalaedaaval oqallAMdDdlitia sagaafsdnaval
naval militia of any taste and ree reeefed reeefedonb receivedhonorable ved vedboaorable
honorable onb discharges cJscbarltHref tb tberefroas oOM toaaih toaaiher toptber
er with ltla those t of the oflcers cm and crews crewsof crewsof crewsof
of seagoing M8P1 and coastwise COMtwl steaamera steaameraaalttnc stssmeraetltag un un1baIJ
aalttnc 1baIJ vessels and fishing lal vessels and aadyachtn andyacbtll andyachts
yachts and Dd others found qualified quail fled for forthe forCite forthe
the service who are cltlsens of the Unit United UIted Uaitd ¬
ed States by bbth bb th or naturallustioaMembers aaturaltaatioa aaturaltaatioaMembers
Members of the United States 8tat Naval XavalReserve Nlare NavalReaer
Reaer Reserve a are not to be called into sett settservice active activeservice activemee
service mee la time tI of peace unless they tileIed so soeleet sosleet
sleet Ied but they are to perform p rfora such duty dutyIn that thatID dutyto
In the form f of drills drtlta drill exercises eurct or orcourses ereov orcourses
courses of study 1It as the Secretary of the tbeNavy theN7 theNavy
Navy may determine determineThe determineTb
N7TIM
The Tb Mil also provides that any vessel vesselnot TMMIDOt vesselnot
not a Government vessel 1 oaaunanded by bya bya bya
a commissioned omcer of the United UaltedStates UalWtIStat UnitedStates
States Stat Naval Reserve which shall It have havela haveIn Ye YeIn
In her complement at least five a other otherand otherlid otheroueos
oueos and men of the reserve reeene shall ban be beknown beno beknows
known no as a United States Naval M Re Reserve Be Bee lltserve ¬
serve e ship shipThe shipThe p pTbe
The sum of I2QOM9 or so mteh II there thereof thereof ¬
of aa may be required to asked for rOtan as asaa asan
an appropriation for the purpose of pay paying pa paI paytug ¬
tug I expenses It Is I intended toded that this thisamount thl thlDt thisamount
amount Dt atoll batt constitute tltute a continuous an annual annual a aDUal ¬
nual appropriation PpteprlatloD
ABNER ABH ER MKINLEY MKIN LEY AT HEAD HEADOF HEADOF HEADOF
OF BIG COAL ENTERPRISE ENTERPRISETta
Tea TlMuaana Acres Acr of Land in P Pu Peaaerivaaia aa aayiTajna
yiTajna 111 Purchased Pwrc by Campaay CampaayCUMBKRLAND CelllpUlyCU8DLAND CompanyCUMDRRLAND
CUMBKRLAND Md > Dee MAbnea 22AbseaMcKinley MAbneacXlntoy
McKinley 7 brother of tbe late President Presidentto
to at die hoad of a company co jest formed formedland io ioI dormed dormedfor
I for tIN purchase of lO8Otaeree loeco ease c coal roal8toFto coalload
land Boar Stoyestown 8toFto Somerset county eonat eonatI
Pa The land Is just over the Maryland Mar MarU arylad
use U and underlaid uad erlld with IUa a contlauatkw contlauatkwof
I of the t Marytood Big Veto V Vba vela aaaja noaI aaajangtoiiis
I ngtoiiis gInu have ba gone ever the tract tractand
I and preparations parat1ou Jaay have been begun for foractive foractive
active a tlYe development in the spring
SENATOR HALE OPPOSED OPPOSEDSays OPPOSEDTO OPPOS
TO RAPID IAP1 NAVAL NAYA GROWTH GROWTHSavs GUTSags
Says I Venezuelan Situation Is IsNo IsI IsNo IsNo
No Reason For Hurry HurryMr
Mr Mr Hate of c Maine la ekairaMB of the theKtee UteEM theN
N CtctM Ktee on Naval Affairs in ini InIa Inhands
EM hands i to the late of a greaters greater greaternothing lIeat lIeattllt
s ages nothing tllt la I the to VeaomuoJan VeaomuoJanU v vta
ta 10 o Vitae t hU flutter of exelte
U and a sees no r reason for rapidly rapidlylaereaaiag rapkllyII1CnU1K rapidlylecreaeng
laereaaiag j the fighting strength of the theUnited t tUnited theUnited
United States at atSeaator sea seaSenator seaSenator
Senator Hale does not go as far farIetor as asSenator asSenator
Senator Platt agaiaat a allttlastliberal liberal appropria appropriations approprlatloDa appropriations ¬
tions for new ships 8111 but hto view Yle to dis distinctly d dUncUT dlsttuctly ¬
UncUT against going forward more e rap rapidly ra raIdly rapidly ¬
idly than in the past pastla pastIn
la 1 discussing d q an Increase la J the nary naryyesterday naY17tenla naryyesterday
yesterday Senator Sea tor Hale lIel said saidI id
I see nothing ROthlD whatever in the Ven Venezuelan VnalaD Veneauelan ¬
ezuelan incident to cause excitement In lathe InUHt intie
the matter o increasing the navy MY This Thisquestion Till TillClieetton Thisquestion
Clieetton question of building up a navy y to one in inwhich Inwbleh Inwhich
which I am much Interested sad Ad to towhich toleh towhich
which leh I have given long and earnest rant coaslderatlon coa consideration coaratloa ¬
sideration ratloa It cannot be done la I IIt a day dayIt dayIt
It cannot be done la a year Congress Congressshould Coap Congressshould
should 141 not be impressed IlDpr with popular popularclamor popularcl popularclamor
cl clamor growing out of temporary ex exTbe ucliaMat oxcitemeat
cliaMat cliaMatrlte citemeatTbe
Tbe navy will be increased each year yearbut yearbut r rbat
but I am not prepared to say that Con Congress Conp Congress ¬
gress p should authorise ships w rashly or orgo 01befo04 orso
go beyond what may IDA be called a mod moderate naoderate toederate ¬
erate growth wtk For a period of more morethaa aoret morethan
than t thirty years Jean following the civil war warthe warthe
the people of the Ut United States Stat bad a ahorror ahorror
horror of everything pertaining to the themilitary themilitary
military There was no demand for forships forand forshipo
ships and there was ao emergency to tocreate tocrte tocreate
create excitement The situation would wouldhave wo1dba wouldhave
have ba been the same after the Spanish SpanishAmerican SpaDIhrtcaD SpanishAmerican
American rtcaD war bad U been prolonged prolongedInstead proto protoIMtd prolongedinstead
Instead of taking the view that a atremendous atrelDelMloue atremendous
tremendous navy 11 Is l a a guarantee of peace peaceI
I am a Inclined to the opposite oppo belief ler It Itto Itta Itis
to a temptation to t war warWo WarW warWe
Wo W need a good IOO4 navy We W do donot donot domot
not ned the boat navy In the world worldOur worldOur worldOur
Our position Itlon of Isolation in the West Western Westera Nt Nten ¬
era Hemisphere Ia different eat front that thatof thatof
of any a other great nation tlou la the world worldTake worldTII worldTake
Take TII for instance Germany and ad Rag Bnatoad BattIaad Ragland
toad surrounded aa they t 1M are e by old oldtime oldt oldtime
time t enemies 8MJII aad with other nations t of ofKorope ofXarolM ofRurope
Korope looking with air wr upoa upo their theirpossessions taelrIo theirpossessions
possessions Io la I all n parts of the world It ItIs ItI Itis
Is I not the part if of good business bul for or the theValted UteVtted theUnited
United States Stat to build a navy equal cit to totb tJtbe tothe
tb the necessities JMeeatti of 1 these two countries countriesI
I shall 11 always werk for a moderate moderateincroaee mCHIeratIncr moderateincrease =
increase Incr in the naval strength of the theUnited tbeUalted theUnited
United States I think however the thelarge thelarle thelarge
large battleships of 1SOOO li tons tOD are not notso D notso
so practical a am ships shl of smaller lIer ton tonnage tODDag tonnage ¬
nage Dag and greater speed I know there is isa I Idver Isa
a diversity dver lty of opinion opl lou among naval of offtcem offie o oStern
Stern fie oa this question qut loa but it seems to teme tome tome
me Jut hat t experience nperl has taught us that thatsmaller thatHer thatsmaller
smaller Her battleships and armored cruto crutor cratre crut crutrs
rs r are re tfuckJaore ttpe ore aervtoeable Mtt ble ia 1 time t of ofwar ofsr f fr
war sr r than t those tWae of larger tinge Wo Wocaa W Wcu Wecan
can build three Oregon for what it will willcost wittcoat wiltcost
cost to construct eonatrUct the tb Connecticut already al already already ¬
ready autbori autborlfJt1 autborlfJt1GENERAL e > lEERAL l
GENERAL SWAYNE LAID LAIDTO IAIDTO
TO REST IN ARLINGTON
Military Funeral for Veteran Veteranof Veteranof Veteranof
of the Civil War WarFuneral V WarFuneral ar ari
i
I Funeral services MMte over the remains I of ofOea tpa ofGen
Gen Wager w Swayne Sway one of the berees of ofthe orthe ofths
the chit war who died In I New York YorkThursday YorkTI YorkThuraday
Thursday TI took place pW from St Johns Jolla Jollax P PK PR
K TOnreh atfcM at a oclaak oe this morningA morning mtas mtasl
A l the coneittrioo co of the gervloas I8rTI Ute thoremains Utere theremalos
remains re wor osaortoA oohed to Arlington ArttagtoaCemetery Art ArtCemetel7 ArlingtonCemetery
Cemetery by a hart tarke u detachment of oftroops oftr30pa ofti
troops ti nope composed of a battery of artillery artilleryfrom artilleryfrom rtlllerrfrom
from Fort Myrr aDd a battalion of en engineers ImIIDftn sugineen ¬
gineers from Washington qtoa Barracks BarracueIMOrt The Tbeescort Theescort
escort was In charge e of Col K I L L Hug Huggfns HuestDa If ug uggins
gins Second Cavalry CavalryThe Cavalr7TIle CavahyThe
The honorary oraI7 pallbearers pall bearen were Ju Justice JusticeHarlaa Jut JutHar tlee tleeHansa
Harlaa Har Judge William Wlllt m Xanry ur of the theSpanish the8paalb theSpanish
Spanish Claims CIaI Commission exSenatorThurston exSenator tstorThunto
Tburston of Nebraska General GlUes Oltlosle on GlUes91e
< 91e > le Chief of Rngtnoers en General Davis DavisJudge n1I DavisJudge
I Judge Advocate General and General GeneralBrecklnridge GeneralBrokinridge ral ralBlftltlnrld
Brecklnridge Inspector aspect or General GeneralThe GeneralThe
The funeral services M eervlc s wore ww held be Hi St StBartholemews StBartholemews
Bartholemews Chur C Church h ta New York yen yenIterday 7e11lerda yesterday
Iterday lerda terday but it was ilseMed to hold Mr Mrvice Mrnee service
vice in this city elf 1 110 o the friends frl of the thedeceased t1M4IeceMecI thedeceased
deceased general might pay pa their fleaJ fleaJtribute laeltrlbut finalltribute
tribute to him himMISS blmMISS himMISS
MISS WILLARDS PORTRAIT PORTRAITFORMALLY PORTRAITFORMALLY PORTRAITFORMALLY
FORMALLY PRESENTED PRESENTEDTwo
Two FiratGraae Students at Blake BlakeSchool BlakeSchoel BlakeSeboet
School Unveil Picture PktureRlab PktureRlabMate PictureBlaborate Elab Elaborate ¬
orate Sxerdets SxerdetsA
A llfoatao 1 portrait of Frances K WH WHlard Willard n nlard
lard the oraaalaor of the National Wo Womans W WCIu1tItian Weman ¬
mans man Christian Temperance Union U was waspresented WUpnMDted warnpresented
presented to the Blake School North NorthCapitol NonCapitol NorthCspltol
Capitol and K Streets this tbl afternoon by bythe brtile bythe
the North Capitol branch of the W C T TU TU TU
U The Tb exercises took place in the main malacorridor mat matcorlidor maincorridor
corridor of the school house Beside Be the thespeakers tlMpeak8ftJ thespeakers
speakers of the occasion MO children cJilldrenpupils chUd chUdpuplt childrenpupils
pupils of Blake Blab School participated parttcip itd in intbe latbe inthe
tbe presentation presentationThe pntaUoDThe
The program P of the exercises xerel was wqfollowa as asfollows asfollows
follows Address Addr by brue the presiding pldla otter omeerSag otterflag 1 1aut
Sag salute aut sad pledge by the pupils un unveiling uym usveiling ¬
veiling ym of tbe portrait by b two of the first Intrra firstgrad rat ratgrade
grade rra children cbUdr presentation pr alloa address addressMrs IId4Ir IId4Irn addresstin
Mrs n Don P Htoln acceptance aeeepiaae Miss MissRoach JII JIIRoacb MiesRoach
Roach principal of the school and aacIacid aa aaaddress anaddress
address acid by the K kft v Dr Joseph Molr of ofTemple 01Temp ofTemple
Temple Temp Baptist Church The exercises exercisesclosed exucl exuclei0ee4 exsrcinesclosed
closed with the ajaglag g am sg of the tMpaqlect Star StarSpangled StarSpangled
Spangled Banner by tile pupl pupils led by byMrs byIra byMrs
Mrs Grace Swett SwettPiMhuiat lwettPIMItrat SwettPiaehurtit
PiMhuiat Sleeper AIM Parlor Car en oaSeaboard enSeabNnt enSabard
Seaboard Air Lines LinesThrough Lines1hrouP LinesThreupc
Through norida ttakM tn TnaVJst tickets tlek tlekmltuc per permittmg wr wrmitttoff
mitttoff atop p even r m mom oa atle at t ticket al altrt dflee
flee 141 14 rmiMTlT Pnaylnala aUi Avvnur nnIW W t E Oonklrn OonklrnUvncul amkl Cbnklln CbnkllnGenetyl
Uvncul 11 > Ajfciit It
NEGRO SEEKS TO BECHAPLAIN BECHAPLAIN BE BECHAPLAIN
CHAPLAIN OF SENATE SENATETennessee SENATETennessee SENATETennessee
Tennessee Editor Comina to the Capital CapUalln in Interest of Candid Cn Cdildkldcy ldlql
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CHATTANOOGA Tean Dec 22 nBdl nBdltor S2ifdltor Edi Editor ¬
tor William McGIll colored of the Hot HotShots no noSbota iltShots
Shots a weekly newspaper published publishedhere pUbliMedre publishedhers
here re and at Birmingham for the negroes negroesleft 1Htl1OeSleft negroesleft
left this thl city last night for Washington Washingtonla
la I the interests of his 1 candidacy candldae for forchaplain ror1l1aplalo forchaplain
chaplain of the Senate of the Fifty Fiftyeighth FlU FlUeighth Fiftyeighth
eighth Congress for which hlelt be made ap application ap applleaUoo appltation ¬
plication a few days age ageMcGIll apMcGill ageMcGill
McGIll to I one of the leading negroes of ofie ofthla ofthis
this ie section and probably ranks next to UBooker toBooker toBooker
Booker Washington Waablngt R He has been one of ofthe oCtbe ofthe
the leaders leaders against apl the LIlT White Whitemovement Wbltemoy Whitemovement
movement movementHe moy movementHe JIMut JIMutHe
He believes HUv that inasmuch as Presi President 11 11dent Preetdent ¬
dent Roosevelt has ha shown aAo that he favors favorsrecognition tTORreeopltlo favorsrecognition
recognition of the negroes ne r he can se asFIUMBEET8 seThreaten MHUMBERTS
HUMBERTS PROMISE PROMISETO POI8Ei
TO ASTONISH i PARIS PARISThreaten PARISThreaten
Threaten Revelations in Re Regard Regard Regard
gard to Gigantic Gigantic Swindle SwindleMADRID SvindleMADRID SwindleMADRID
MADRID Dee St ITIM The French eonaul eesulhere eonaulhere 1 1ltere
here visited the Humberts < l In Jail this tbfamorning tidltoralag thismorning >
morning oralag The Tb prisoners asked that thenewspapers the thenewspapers Uaewpapelll
newspapers wpapelll be seat to them The request requestwas requ requgnuated requestwarn
was granted and Dd the prisoners read readthem reMthem readthem
them with art avidity avidityXme avldlt avldltI avidityMme
Mme I me Humbert In an a Interview said saidthey saidthey 14 14they
they were honorable people As A to toclal finan financial finasctl ¬
cial affairs a < alrs she would say nothing until untilthey utlttM untilthey
they tM arrived In Paris Par She declared that thatthey thattbe7 thatthey
they had intended all the time to give givethennelvea 51 51tlaeaaehetJ glvetheofselves
thennelvea up I to the authorities thorIU as MOlt sooaas MOltu seesas
as the formalities lormaUU of the prosecution prosecutionbad
bad been arranged arrangedThe arrangedThe
The idea 141 of appearing in a court of oflaw Itlaw oflaw
law did net frighten them she said Id Idthey aa aathey asthey
they were sure nr to be acquitted Their Theircase Tllel Tllelcu Theircase
case cu had been prejudiced by private ven vengeance YeD8eaAee vengetnc ¬
geance and political passions D What they theydesired the thecleMIM theydesired
desired was to have light thrown on the thecase tbeeaM theace
case as quickly aa possible possibleFrederic pouIbleFrederic possibleFrederic
Frederic Humbert and Remain 1 DAn DAurigaac D DAnrignac A Alipae
rigaac declare they will 1n make revelations revela revelations reTeItto ¬
tions tto which will a astonish teatk Parts PartsAWAITS P PAWAITS ParisAWAITS
AWAITS EXTRADITION OF OFHUMBERTS OFHUMBERTS OFHUbIBERTS
HUMBERTS AT FRONTIER FRONTIERPARK FRONTIERPAR FRONTIERPARIS
PARK PAR Dec 22 Police Inspector Hen IlenaloB 11 11IOB Hentalon
talon IOB has gone to the tit Spanish frontier frontierto
to await the banding over there of the theHumberts theHUMberta theHuraberts
Humberts by the Madrid authorities authoritiesThe authorlt authorltThe authoritiesThe
The Madrid correspondent of the Fi Figaro J1Ipro P1gore ¬
pro seeds an interview which he bad hadwith badwith badwith
with Remain DAurignac D AurJgaac la prison here hereDAurigaac her herD hereDaurlgaac
DAurigaac D stated the fa family tajln lly was In Inexcellent luxc Inexcellent
excellent xc lIeDt health and was grateful tul for the thetreatment tbetr thetreatment
treatment tr received He was astonished astonishedat tonlabed tonlabedat
at the arrest ar of r Parade Pal e the former formerstfward former IOnpelrd formera4wsrd
stfward a4wsrd rd wfb wag w mat ab absolutely Olutely 1 Innocent Innocenthe Innocentbe at athe
he said Nt of may 111 wrougdotag w we ellllllOl olog Remain Romalnsaid Roluatd Remainsaid
said the stories about t the family Iy were weregresly weretr weregrossly
grossly tr exaggerated He continued continuedWe CODtIuedWe continuedWe
We have hav never handled so many oy mil millions mllIlona millions ¬
lions as has been said Oar transar transartloa traDUCtto transactions
tions tloa tto were perfectly perl t1y legaL The bank bankruptcy bankruptey bankruptcy ¬
ruptcy which followed sad the present presentaction preMDtaettcm presentaction
action were due solely Ie to the vengeance vengeanceof vea
of th OIl baakerCattanl who w lent l at my sis sifter 81 81tel sister ¬
ter MMOM francs raa at a rate of interest la reat so sohigh sohigh 0 0wP
high that the sum due amounted ted ti tl >
MMM M francs francsEvea tra francsRvea
hBYeR Evea when this sum au see mt paid we w still stillowed stillowed UII UIIowecl
owed Cattani MMM lOt francs which bleb he hedemanded Mlmttdtatel7 hedemand
demanded immediately My sister asked askedfor uWfor askedfor
for delay but her request NqUf was met with withthreats wltbOar withthreats
threats Oar of legtl proceedings proeeedl ad the thecampaign ucampatp thecampoiga
campaign against us commeaosd forth forthwith lorthI forthwith ¬
I with in the press pr and courts court which were werela werei wereca
i la the pay of CattanL CattanLIn
i In conclusion DAnrlgnae DAnrlg nae remarked remarkedThe remarkedTbe rked rkedrhe
The Tbe French F b government knew per permany perr perteethy
teethy r wall 1 t that t Wit wre were ha1t la l4udrllL w wea71et We Wee
e ea71et many sassy letters letters to Parts P ibis W w1lheuteo w1lheuteoent wrnoteoNalaaeDt Useutcod Useutcodceatment
NalaaeDt ent Our arrest meets the needs needsof Dftdllof needsof
of the political combinations eoatblnat of the tbehour ther thellIIe thebear
hour bearMute hourMine r
Mine Humbert complained COMpl that tbathad she shebad shehad
had been robbed ro of tbe whole of her herdaughters HIwer herdaughters
daughters wer fortune rort She added addedI add addI
I want to return to Paris la I order to toThose touDk tounmask
unmask at any cost t the real criminals erbaIaalawbo criminalsThose
Those who ban Insulted I us shall elm pay paydearly pa padMrly paydearly
dearly for their Infamy InfamyThe Ilttam IlttamTIM InfamyThe
The securities NtUIIU we gave Mate I Mugica Mugicaconstituted XucleaCOINItituted Muglcacooetituted
constituted our entire aUre fortune We Wen Weno shall shalloffer shallodor
offer o er It to our creditorsThe creditors creditorsTbe eredltorT
The T Paul al1e expresses tbe oplirioa oplirioathat opIadoathat oplaioathat
that M Patenotre the late ambassador ambassadorto a ato
to Purl caused the th arrest of the Hum Humberts lhllllber humharts ¬
harts ber in order to embarrass embarra X Del Delcasse Delea Delcase
casse ea case tbe minister of foreign affairs affairswho danwho slainwho
who recalled him somewhat abruptly abruptlyThe abruptlrThe abruptlyThe
The Humberts will leave le Madrid for forParis forPart forParts
Paris Part tomorrow tomorrowGERMAN tomorrowGERMAN tomorrowGERMAN
GERMAN CROWN PRINCE PRINCEANGERS PRINCEANGERS PRINCEANGERS
ANGERS LIBERAL PRESS PRESSTeld PRESSTold
Teld to Go Back to School and Keep KeepOut XeepQ KeepOut
Out Q t of Pelltica PeJlticHic Hi Anti AntiSscialiatk A AntiSocialistic ti tiSlCialstic
Socialistic Speech SpeechBKRI4K SpleehBUN SpeechBRRIAN
BUN Dec nCrowa Crowa Prince Fred Frederick Frederick ¬
erick William to the object of attacks attacksby attacksby
by the Liberal aad Socialist press pressThe IN INThe pressThe
The crown crew prince speaking to labor laborers laboren lborens ¬
ers at t Gels Oil recently referred to the Socialbti So Socialists Soelallsta ¬
cialists as a miserable = element The Thenewspapers TbeDew Thenewspapers
newspapers Dew are a advising his alshD highness to toremain toremain toremain
remain a stud studept tud fit lt sad to keep k p out 0 of pol politics polUc polttics ¬
itics Uc until h 1w has reached years of maturity ma maturity 1Datunt ¬
tunt tuntALDERMEN turityALDERMEN turity turityALDERMEN
ALDERMEN PLACED PLACEDON PLACEDON PLACEDON
ON LABOR BLACKLIST BLACKLISTiptXV BLACKLISTij
iptXV tY TOHJC t + ij 1UC x f n IThe The members membersof mebe mebeof
of inl In a f tntr ot Vfi i tel Union U are still stillvei stillvex tm tmel
vex el 1Ir jcry t w 1 > Xermea trtDeR who voted votedfor votedfor oted otedtor
for the t this yai 1Uhiil1il c e > ± j + > tnnsylvaata fran francbiaiLi raDCb fnnebtaeairrt
cbiaiLi Cb ebtaeairrt 1 M f tae t h t > 1 i never r forgive forgivenames r forgivetbaM
tbaM tbaMOa41 t
Oa41 + fIf tilt J Ike names of thet the tbecambered
11 t + J1NIt tl tlUIat meetings etings etingsso
so that tV tVtbolr i iwf or r cambered ed and andtheir
their n B3ru B3rublaeaW ar e T iiJI1 39 I1 tq decd on the tJaeblaekltff theblaekllt
blaeaW blaeaWThrouglt + r > rgrISattoaM rgrISattoaMThrough rr j kM kMIhrougl
Through BaSft BaSftington 11s3 IStviog j son so Sleepe Slei Sleiv 91eiPeW
W v igtoar to CkftQnll I IIa fVia
Via Ia BaIt Bslta ° r r av avIpttoa wad wadinston
ington 8 85 IS
cure ear the influence Iaue of the AdmlhlatraUoa AdmlhlatraUoafor Ata
for this apiwia apiwiato appointment Be Ia ugddmtood ugddmtoodto
to hate strong to backing backingThe baekI backingThe
The n Rev W H JL Mllbum MIt former formertote chap chaplain
lain of the Senate t tendered his resig resignation resignation ¬
nation which was w accepted December DeeeI8 1 1on 1 I Ion
on the opening of Congress eocre on account accountof
of Jai health healthMr healthMr t
Mr 1 Mllbura MU waa bon In I Philadelphia Philadelphiala
In lID He 11 lost the sight of one of his hiseyes hIae hiseyes
eyes e at the age of five and Anally bo bocame be betotall became
came totally totall Mind He H was elected electedchaplain elect electchaplain electedchaplain
chaplain of Congress Co first la 1845 and aadagain andagain d dapla
again In 1853 In 185 ha waa Wa chosen chosenchaplain etaoMaellaplain n nchaplain
chaplain of the House of Representa Representatives Repressdtaties ta taI ¬
I tives Un and of the Senate in 1W3 1813l serving servinguntil asnt asntuntil
l until his resignation resignationMarie resignationFLORaOABEATY
fLOROOORA FLORaOABEATY FLORaOABEATY1VEN BEAUTY BEAUTYGIVEN
GIVEN 1VEN HER ER fREEOOM fREEOOMMarie FEEUMMarie
Marie Wilson Granted an anAbsolute anAbsolute anAbsolute
Absolute Divorce DivorceMarie DivorCeXa DivoiceMarie
Marie Xa Wilson Wi to no longer bound by bymatrimonial bJJUtr1lnoala1 byastrlmoaW
matrimonial ties tI and may now spend spendbar spendher ad adla
bar money la her charactartoUc ChntacUlr stle c i iwar fevteh fevtehway t4sk t4skway
way Au interlocutory decree 4pt WdlYone of abMDhMx abMDhMxdivorce aWsuluadivorce
divorce was granted her from her bus husband lIubaft busband ¬
band R R Hoary H Wlmsatt in New Ne York Yorkon Yerk Yerkon Yorkon
on Saturday latur by Judge J MacLean MacLesWashington MacLeanWashington JllacLeWulalqton
Washington people are familiar with withthe wltbUIe withthe
the history of Marie Wilson Wl oa It has hasbean 1aaabee baabeen
bean dished c1J ed up by the press In varying varyingforma varyingforms U7IDIJfor
forma for for several years As A a member memberof
of the Ftovodora sestet aestetQOIte she leas vnasspoken leasspoken
spoken of aa a Washington girl When WhenLssaful WIleDe Whenshe
e made as acquaintance with a uc saceaseful
easeful 1 Wall Street operator which wMchsaablsd WWeIawd whichensbied
saablsd wd her to make a modest fortune fortuneof tortuDeor fortuneof
of 7 710110 090 she was w called a lucky Wash Washington WubllIIJtOft Washington ¬
ington girt gi rL When In her numerous sep separations MpraU soporations ¬
orations raU from her husband lIu sad 84 contro controversies controTent centroversies ¬
versies Tent over their child she be warn given givena
a local JOcaa address because beca the t sensational sensationalcharacter tIoaalcliaancter eeeaatlonalcharacter
character of the news story made it itworth itwortII itworth
worth while whileA wldleA whileA
A Waahiaf Wkshlugtm t Girl GklSo OidWlllIGn GirlS
So S whoa Marie Wilson obtains ob oborr a di 41vwre divorce ¬
vorce orr from her husband R R Hoary Wim Wimsatt Wimsatt lm lmU
satt U naturally aaturaJl she to I called a Washing Washington Washingtea ¬
ton t girl and In fact to more so now nowthan no noner nowthan
than ever before for she baa built near nearthe DeartM nearthe
the Chain C Bridge dp close c to the District Districtline DtatrletIlDe Districtline
line a home suitable Ita to the wealth she shepossesses alaeP8ML shepossesses
possesses She to living It quietly now nowthat no nothat nowthat
that her separation panU baa taken place with withher wltbher withher
her father aa her only oal companion companionMr OL OLlr
Mr Wlmaatt could not be seen yester yesterday yesterday ter terda ¬
day da but a friend of lib who had men mentioned meDu mentioned ¬
u tioned the subject t of the dlYOrClep divorce to o aha htmreport ahaI8I hisrepels
report that lb the husband lIubpdtJ would emis a t dtor dfsrcuss dtoruse
cuss use tb tJ the question ttoa even vita ifkIIMarIe h hi been baarcoamaatona beenouL
coamaatona coamaatonaMarie ouL ouLMarie
Marie Wilsons Wi father was for toran many manyyears manyyeses
years a grocer at the corner of Thir Thirteenth Tblrtenth Thirteenth ¬
teenth and Dd M Streets northwest but butsold but1Ii butsold
sold hit place of business bul after the thedeath tbedeat thedeath
death deat of his wife a year nr ago He to Jae now nowemployed nowemployed
employed e at the t store tore though It to said saidthat uteltt saidthat
that his daughter has urged him to give giveup Id Idup ginpup
up the work The former actreaa to tonow Isnow
now 00 twentyfour years old When W abe skewas abewas be bewu
was sixteen left aha eloped with cad married marriedthe JDaIrie4u marriedthe
the man from fnt whom she ha has lust been
divorced divorcedThree dbonedThree divinedThree
Three yean 18 ago while they were tem temporarily teIaporu1l7 tesporsrIIy ¬
porarily living apart put the husband who whowas whou whowas
was u employed pIoed In the Government Prlat Printing Prlatlac Prlattng ¬
ing Omce In this city took their child childthen dllldtbell childthen
then two years y old 0141 to New X York and sadplaced andplaced DCP
placed P it in the keeping k of friends at t the theParker tbeParker theParker
Parker House Ro Ill Hto wife followed ai aiupon
upon learning I the location of the TOO TOOwhere roowhere
where her the tb child c l4f was kept visited ted t troom tl tlroom
room room picked up the sleeping baby anreached an anreached
reached the tlaeaaala main corridor wthe attke tlae hotel hotelbefore bo
before she be was w overtaken There a fight ngbfollowed fightfollowed
followed folio for the possession ptiaucsslou IOII of the infant infantAs lafaDtu infantAs
As usual 1 in such ucla instances I tances sympathy sympathywas IIIDpatbywas sympathywas
was with the mother lid lilac won Laterthe
the child was accidentally eeJ4lenlaU burned tcdeath
death cleatla la this thl city but that was after tb tbhusband t thusband
husband and wife were again reconciledla reconciledIn
la I PJaroaora SextetMarie Sextet SextetMarie SextetITh
Marie Wilsons oa stage taac career be bethrough bethrough f
through private theatricals la Washing Washington Wublqtoa Washington
ton Her beauty ut of faee and form for at attracted attraded attracted ¬
tracted a New N York Yorknot and it a aDOt
not wag before she sh aeceptol accept aa offer offera
a minor part la I The Belle Be of Ne NeYork N NYork NeYork
York Beauty Beut rather than genius we wefor w wfor
for her a place la 1 the Ptorodora sex sextet 1Ie1tot sexset
tot totCapital
Capital was w made out of her WaiStreet
Street success and a local society ciet paj pajused
used a story tor which bleb though Interest Interestia Interestiato In Into
to read was w not appreciated by her bus busbaud bualid busband
baud lid or her brother Together the thewent theweDt thewent
went to the office of the paper the bin binband btnlbud husband
band to demand a retraction While Wbll the thewere thewere thewere
were discussing dl8e1lU1 the affair air with the editothe e editothe
the brother gave force to his remarkby remarkby
by a generous use of his hi muscle muse It Tb Tbresult
result was w that the editor remained ii iidoors 1 1doors
doors door a few toys eta and the relatives o oI othe
I the actress act forfeited collateral in nolle nollecourt
court courtMiss courtMI courtMiss
Miss MI Wilson affects automobiles autom btles Jew Jewelry Jewelf Jewelry ¬
elry and sometimes MmeU horses She attractattention attractattention
attention wherever she goes She likestage likestage
stage life and says u that sometime ah ahmay sicmay
may ma go back elt to it Few friends are re re received recelyect roceived
ceived st t her home though she M has bee beeknown beeknown
known to entertain lavishly 1alsbl in NeiYork
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rural free delivery den routes routesImftanoes J1 Itest routesIfritanoes
< Imftanoes t af this sort on where w where thane de demands de debeen domends ¬
mends have been made are anU7 Common et etaauaily sad sadusually
usually U7 the member of Congress Co Cofound or boa boafound
found that m in order to let his deserts ha hata lieto beN
ta obliged to do the bidding of the thaPostemce tMP4Ntellce thePostelMa
Postemce Department trust Another AllOt ra racldeat Ia IaetcleJrt fl flcidetlt
cldeat to pointer out to show the tileDer man manner meaner ¬
ner In which attkJr al C ura + conducted m mthe In Intlte inthe
the department and cd which are carefully carefullykept earefuft7kept earefuttykept
kept from the knowledge tuae of the Post Postmaster Potmuter Postmaster ¬
master General GeneralA
A young woman who had been In the theservice theMntee theservice
service for r a roar aa a clerk lerk desired deSl aa aaopportunity aDopportunlt aopD
opD opportunity ty of paying 171 a visit to Indian Indianapolis lad ladpelIe iedlaaapolia ¬
apolis She was made aa Inspector Iupeetornt and andneat sodlent
neat nt out to make e an Inquiry into the thnconduct tb tbconcIaet theconduct
conduct In office of a man who had heldhis held heldbis 1Ieldlals
his position p for aTe years and against againstwhom againstwhom platwbom
whom tbere had never been complaintMUCHDECORATED complaint complaintMUCHDECORATED eoaplalntMUCHDECORATED
MUCHDECORATED SOUTHAFRICAN SOUTH SOUTHAFRICAN SOUTHAFRICAN
AFRICAN WARRIOR HERE HEREHeary HEREKeacy HERElinty
Heary McGee Winner of flagsQa flags rtaftQuotes D1tIQ
Quotes Q Qa eas sad Casuist Maine Ar Arrivaa AxIl Arru
rivaa Il es oa St Lank LankK 1 1MKW LorisNXW
K MKW W YORK Dec Doa a On hoard the thaAmerican tlieAlMI1ean theAmerican
American Line steamer St Louis which whleharrived wldckthi whicharrived
arrived this thi morning morn from rromCberboUIK Sonthamptea Sonthampteaand
and Cherbourg was Henry McGee who whohas wlacuch whohas
has bleu much uch service In the late South SouthAfrican 8cMatbAf11aa SouthAvian
African war He served ia Lord Strath Strathconas Btratlaeona Strethcones
cones eona contingent e Dtlnpat and tater In the South SouthAfrica IoatJaAfrl SouthAtriea
Africa Afrl colonial constabulary and andWOD baa laawon baawoa
won the Kings Queens Qaeea and colonialmedals colonial colonialmedals eoloalalmedal
medals for gallantry allantr In warOther war warOther warOtlller
Other passengers were F C BartlettMme Bartlett BartletlMme BartlettM
Mme Bauvtet J T Coolidge Jr Conn Connteas Count Coasteq
teas t teq Spotttowood Maekln Alfred Par Parami ParA
5055 A A B A and Baroane BarGa B DBve DRvestein Dntela
stein
1 a man who knew hto business while whilethe wbll wbllay whilethe
the young aniaaa had only a superficialknowledge superficial superficialknowledge uperftclali
i knowledge of the workings of the rura rurafree ruraI rural ruralfree
I free delivery 1IYet system systemThere s sThere
apteautb
There ere has also been much comment commentapaa commentups olDm4nttll
ups the fact that bsnt hsres es > s of tnrstera tnrsterahava gystershave atn atnbYe
bYe cams to oflctoto of w one on of the 4o deprtauts 4oaartmoats f ft
aartmoats t find eotocideatly ealuI the po potor poltmu poltmutv postmaster
tor at t Norfolk has been allowed > < l what whatsoever wbat1M whatsoever ¬
soever he desired reIIlB Ia the matter of extra extraclerk extraelerk extraclerk
clerk hire and a expenses expensesThere expeasesThere e s s11Mre
There are many other rases where the thedoctrine thftoetrtae thedoctrine
doctrine of reciprocity tproett has n seemed taed to tooperate tooperate inoperate
operate Tbere to still UII much fueling in inthe Intile inthe
the depart dePllltt meat over the taN act that thesalaries the thesalaries th thf
salaries of f Superintendent Machen oj ojthe 02die ofthe
the delivery nee and Dd Superintendent SuperintendentBeavers SuperintendeDtBen SuperintendentBeavers
Beavers Ben of the salaries rtn and allowances allowancesdivision allowancesdivision
division 4 to were each increased Iart > asf d S500 ta tb tbnow tbDeW tbnew
now legislative 1eIIIa1M1 btU without a recom recomwhile recomtloa reconnmendatlon
Postmaster General GmHalwMIe t twhile
mendatlon tloa teem the
while the th requests which he did makewere make makewore makewere
were either ignored or only le l part com compiled complle4 complied ¬
piled with withCHRISTMAS wtdLCHRISTMAS withCHRISTMAS
CHRISTMAS TREEFAMINE TREE TREEFAMINE TREEFAMINE
FAMINE IN I BUFFALO BUFFALOPike BUFFALOPlias BUFFALOPileer
Pike AAvaM A4 ta t Naarfr K DsMa Those ThosePaid ThosePaid e eP
Paid Last Year YMrBUFFALO YetrJM1ALO YearBJFPALO
BUFFALO Dee S UWIIat What amounts amountsvtriwRy alllOUotsYIrtaIJ amountsvh
vtriwRy vh tually to a Ckrtotma tne famine fIlml pre prevalto preto prewails
wails la Buffalo accordlag to reports by bylocal byPer byis
local trades people peopletreat peaFar
few fewt fentrees
Per some reason not explained
treat t are being sent to the Buffalo mar market marb mark ¬
ket b 1 In coaaeouenc eoMeCIM in rn the past few fewdays fewtile fewdays
days the prices of the trees now DO oa sale salehave saleadYaaced salhave
have ben advanced exactly 1 100 0 per cent centover cen centover t tOyer
over th the prices that t prevailed pre1U at t this thistime thl thltIlDe thistime
time teat year yearOCEAH yearOCEAN ear earOCEAN
OCEAN STIAMSH3P MOYEMZNTSNRW MOVEMENTS KOVEJrNTSNEW
1 N NEW W YORK Dec 22Anfved StLouis St StI StLouIa
I Louis from Southampton tOD Madfsn from frontBarbados fromBarM4oa
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MOTHER 1 1r GOOSE SOOSESUGAR GOOSESUGAR
+
r SUGAR LOAF RHYMES RHYMESOld a 4 4a 4Old
+
Old Mother Gooee GooaeIs GooeeIs Gooeesr +
+
sr Is not such t a goose gooseWhen gOoSa t tWhen t +
a r When before her food is isspread isI i ispread
I e I spread spreadFor spreadFor spreadFor +
+
For from all the rest restShe restShe restf
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I SANTA CLAUS CANDY BOXES FREE TO THE CHILDREN CHILDRENOpei I IOpel O OO OOpi O
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Holiday HolidayFootwear HolidayFootwear if A AFootwear
Footwear FootwearOf
Of even overy H1 description d ription can he h found here and tLie t fact of want wantyou aDt aDtiUl
iIi iUl your ll1r U1 uleney nt to JU a long wa way should be an incentive for foryon 0
4 you t to take advantage adaJlta of these great t ban ba bargains ains in Were gaining gainingi W
i 1 W 0 tb the publics abx i s favor by by offering shoes at prices that will save ve yon yonS yoai
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RUBBER BOOTS BOOTSSlits BtTSSlz BOOTSSizes
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wruslined Ited 1 Lace + ct Shoe Shoevtth ShOPllwith aloesw
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market rket woman Prices Pricesihwl Priceshum
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healthful Shoe iatreated J Tbe Tbeouter Tbeu Theouter
outer sole oe II i made of oak oaktuned oakd oaktanned
tuned tanned thai a cork sole over overbid OftileI overlid ¬
bid leI by a sole of lambs laab wvol wvolwbtea wvoIblQ wuolwbicb
wbtea blQ is corned bjr bY French Frenchin h hIt
calf It Ii a rehiesey ahiNry in inthe inwalkl1tc inwalking 0
walking ad doss DOt jar the Llee theframe theframe
frame e of the body
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