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THE WASHINGTON W TIMES TI IES MONDAY DECEMBER 22 1902 3
SENATOR ENAToA1t1ll1 BACON FEARS FEARSTROUBLE FEA8TllOBft
TROUBLE IS BREWING BREWINGGermany BEIGGermany
Germany and England Have HaveUlterior HaveUlterior HaveUlterior
Ulterior Motive MotiveDEFENDS MotiveDEFENDS MotiveDEFENDS
DEFENDS MONROE DOCTRINE DOCTRINESays DOCTRINESays DOCTRINESays
Says Gathering of Allies Fleets MeanMore Means MeansMore MeaDsMore s
More Than Shew S ew Against AgainetVenezuela AgalnetVenezuela AgainstVenezuela
Venezuela VenezuelaSenator Venezuela0 VenezuelaSenator
Senator Base lessen at Georgia 0 to totin IIJt ktic pesstrsin
tin t Ie over tit the VeoCBUemU V SttUattOtt SttUattOttand eatu eatuand
and does not JM I hesitate te te t Mr 7 that be belooks Mlooks
looks for trouble ew the U Monroe Doe Doetrine Doctrintt Doet
trine Mr Daeoa thinks UN allies am have havefrono hav havxnne v vJnn e
frono Jnn too far He H thinks the needkl needkldrastic needleoaly needleoalyirastic Iy Iydrastic Y
drastic measure mea re with Venezuela Indt Indtcrtp IlMItep tndtrarr
crtp the purpduss ptlr ot Germany MM and Great Greatbritain GrtlrnaID rrea rreal t
britain britainMr lrnaIDMr l rttaln rttalnMr
Mr Bacon insists the doctrine trill trillClrrlnue 111 111c
c Clrrlnue m > nlnut tnue te be rforced ami when H Hvas ttaR Itas
vas aR suggested IIU8 that perhaps tVM this co corn COtlDf cornt n nJy
f Jy rntht mf hl tad ad a convenient olent way y out of ofi o ot f
i ibarrasins situations toU artoing Rzi tl from i the theI tMon
I onpaynfrnt on payurnt of debts aK by the Central and andSouth andIlth ando1th
South Ilth American oountrtefl tMI8trt by paying payingMirh paytg1J g
payfabe
Mirh 1J irh < h debts debt he said Id ne debts lI a willlaid will be bel
l laid aid by this country hut t that the Mon Manroe Monroe MoarOt ¬
roe Doctrine will be enforced 8lor cl In IJ n anotheIn another anotherler ADOt er erInanner r
Inanner InannerIt In anner annerIt ler lerIt
It Is perfectly apparent to me said saidihr sakithr hi hiI
ihr I hI Senator that we e must at either aball abane aba abadon aballIon
e
don < on or modify JItOtIt the Monroe er IL ILfight Doetrlneer Doetrlneerfight I > eetrlaornllht e etrlaee trlaeee
fight for It It I Mn sure we shall n aot aotmodify BOtmody ao s
modify It and I am a eouftttr egSH 1b sure we stall stallrot 8 ft1l ft1lnot I
not abandon abe It Then there u to bitconcluatee hut Htconc1ual one oneconclusion eo
conclusion conc1ual TL flt it t is war sooner er later la later 1 1tfr
ter
An Ulterior Purpose PurposeGermany Purp PurposeGermaay sCo sCoGprmaay
Germany BT and I Great Gr Britain l rttala ia n tVenezuelaa the theVenezuelan t tenpzuelu he
Venezuelan crisis have had an ulterior ulteriorpurpose ulteriorpurpo nlterlopurpose r
purpose purpo e In view v Iew sw which Is apparent upon uponIts UJHNIll r rIts pee
Its ll face fa ft For those two nations DaUo to deinonstrate de demonstrate denonltrat8 ¬
monstrate their naval strength before beforeVenezeula IHtCorepnpzpula befor beforonnzeula e
Venezeula pnpzpula means os a glut g eat deal more tan tann ta taa s
n simple Impl declaration of feeling f 1Ing against againstVenezuela agaluV salotY i
Venezuela Y V PDfOzuela A single battleship against againstv agal agalpak again againweak
weak v pak ak and helpless helpl Venosucla would ac accomplish aeompllsh accompltsh ¬
complish what a whole Soot Sootand eoukl eouhland do do8nll
and therefore the congregation of great greatnaval greatI1aal grey greynaval t
naval strength stre gth there moans 111 something somethingmore IIOIIIetJIlqmorp sowethl sowethlmore R
more Bveryone agrees I think that thatthere Ulatt the thethere t
there t is i something behind 1HtItI cl the scenes scenesWhat Me MeWhat aceWhat se
What that to I to l apparent without as ascomment any anycomment al alcomment y
comment from me neI meI meI
I believe I continued Mr Bacon Baconthat Dcoatbat Dcccithat
that the present le pteeest nt dtmculty will be t fled iMedover tWedot
over ot r without our Oo Qovenument t becoasin becoasininvolved 1 1involved Iac Iacinolved g
involved But I believe beU that if f Ger Germany Germany Germany ¬
many and Great Britain were to seatrue con continue eoaInue ¬
true their harsh measures treubiwould trouble troublewould trettWewould e
would grew out of the crisis In a very veryshort vet vetshort err errhort y
short time I am fearful fear tut as to the fn fnturp haturp intore
turp Something SontetblDg7 way grow gtO out of t tThe It ItThe ItThe
The Buropeaa ropeaR nations Batten ou evidently do dotrtrnd no not notirtend JIOtlrtCDd
irtend to submit sabaait It to the Monroe Meeco0as Doctrine Doctrineas
as we w construe it I am opposed to tobut war warbut wwbut
but I have no doubt that hit dsetri dsetriwill deetrl deetrlwill tlectrte ni
will lead to war eventually evoatvafyDeflatUen eventuallyDefinition eYMWallyDeftDltieD
Definition of Doctrine DoctnDeHI
HI I do not agree a with J1to 3hoee e who amke amkethe malt maltthe lie lietbe C
the general statement t that the one TIe violation TIetaHon 1e ¬
lation of the Monroe Mo roe Doctrine DeeUi exists tthe In Inthe I Iht I
the ht > aquWUon a lJultioIa of territory I Ia the tilesage thesage mes message ¬
sage sent to Congress Cengre by President Pr8lll at Mon Monroe MODrot Monrue ¬
b
roe he h expressly xpn elr stated that any elor elorby efforts effortsby etr ra raby
by European government 10 to oppress oppresscountry oppresscountry a aun
country un try or a people upon this hemisphere hemispherewould headopherwould re reWould e
would be regarded repa as an a Indication of ofunrrlendly 0tuufrtendly an anunfriendly
unfriendly disposition toward the Amer American AIIIeIlean A Ascan ¬
lean Government and the same MM seed sentiment MIIt MIItInpnt seedmeat ¬
meat is J to ho found frequently MqtIM la the di diplomatic d dp10matle dlplomatie ¬
plomatic eorrossendenee OOIc de of this 01 Govern Government 00Yeiament 0 0meat ¬
ment with Bttfopeo powers relative r relativethe laUft laUftthE U Uthe
the Monroe DoctrineNow Doctrine DoctrineNow DectrlDeNow
Now I do set wn wnEuropean want w SlIT that thatEuropeD t tEuropean
European governments ovena Involved wh 1 1to Intended Intendedto J1IteIId J1IteIIdto ale + sled
to oppress oppr the tk Venezuelan Ve ewel government governmentbecause goveramee goverameebevsuee DftIDtbtfUIt L
because I do not want to say anythingthis anything at atthis t tthi
this thi time which would in any msa msaprove manner mannerprove JDaDHrprove aer
prove an obstacle to the arbitration plan planwhich plaawhich p pwhich tae
which has been proposed and which whichtt it iti
i tt > > to be hoped will be carried me < < out outcPUlJlIr aftceesfully sw swcessfully
cessfully In latQ nay opinion olt lo however howeveractlOn the theaction UteB
action B Uon of Ort Britain and Germany Gen aay has hasbeen 11Mbeen
been dangerously duger HIr near ear the tk mark It Itdttticalt is isdifficult Isdlltkult I
difficult to 0 understand 11 why such harsh harshand hanlaand hart h
and drastic measures were necessary f7 In InalKS I Iar Ii ta
a alKS ar with the utterly helpless 1 pi 8811 Repub Republic Jtepablie Repu Repuhe b ¬
lie of Venezuela V which oauld ouuklr oftw OKOrresistance no noresistance
resistance r itaDce in nay event eventStatus ev eventStatue t tStat
Stat Status of the United States StatesWhen StatesWhcD StatesWhcs
When it was rniggented that the Untied Untiedstates UDIUIdtatetl Unitettes d
states tatetl might be forced into the Uter payment paymentcf pay payet ste t
cf r the Venezuela V8fteZ1Ht debt dtlbtald Senator SetaNorsaid Baconxald Bacon
said ald
1 do MM believe that this Government Governmentv Gwen GwenVILi sweat
VILi v ill ever Content ton nt to the payment INJ tellt of dother say nnjrother 0 0thr
other thr nations debts Mo such price for formaintaining tormaintalnlillt Is Ismatntainlna r
maintaining the tb Monroe Doctrine will willpaid be beraw 1HtpaltI b
raw The doctrine will be enforced n1K011 In Iniioother I IlDother Ianother a
another way wayI
I 11m m satlcfiVd lIfhd that Senators generally generallyregardless geaeratlrgsrdlses l1y l1yrqcar Y
regardless rqcar l of political opinions have e ro ror r rtnlOfd restrained
r trained themselves from e expr exprpcln exprIpon prssotou prssotouupon was
upon pcln this question because they reo reont7r reoeg reoegriiire reoogld7P g
riiire that it to grave and lid that they have haverot MV MVrot 5 5rot
rot wished to add to 0 the dUaculttos ditRcultteathe clUlCtllt of ofthe othf
the hf situation by any a intemperate laaeperateHi speech speechTtiK
4 ii TtiK Hi is silence perhnas pe has been beeaIr mtoun mtouni mltwt I Id
i Ir d r stood tood abroad Our silence inee has not Mtn t tf1
1 fn n by any 1 weans In I the nature of ofuireeence ac aciiesceDce aeit
iiesceDce it PIeeDCe KreryMe e rooogaiMs reeogala s t tdebt the theixbt tileI he
ixbt I jbt of a government 8 gov ratsent to eel collect Its Itsfrom debts debtsfrom chIKatrom debt
from another a r gaverante government D rt t but in I thto thtof U18tall th thcar M
f tall car it t appears to me that Great Britain Britainan BrltalaTld Brita Britaand fn
an and Tld < l Germany have gene too tar farCRAZED tarCRAZED a aCRAZED
CRAZED BY CIGARETTES CIGARETTESNEW CIGARETTESEW CIGARETTESNEW
NEW EW YOR1C Dec n IJclatecl tAtaatatednervous Rmaclated and andnervous aIIdMrYoua
nervous almost t to the verge of r Insanity Insanitya iusasft iusasfta t ta
a man describing himself as John Jebatar Bches Bchestor Ie Iefr
tar twenty twet years old of S14 14 14FtrrM Iseond Iseondstreet heoIwtt
street t rrH is I in Betlevue Hospital He lIerlht1J so sorUrs as asrlb
rUrs rlb s bis condition to the tack of rtg rtgorettcs i ierettet
orettcs orettcsr 11 Tf tt c cr
r tare been out of r work a month and andouidat aDduldllt s suldnt
ouidat smoke Ioke my usual fifty a day dayI dayhas and andit
it I has dragged dralt fd nib D t down do to thto tJe tJetnllf he hetold I Itold
told the doctor The doctors doeto onrthrr on the theether tilerlhfOr
ether hard say his condition eoAdlt to duo duer Ie t t5fr IeNlttle
< 5fr sressle < Nlttle > B lve cigarette smoking and on Ids hien
0 n trance ranee nttp II m written cigarette cigaretteC etprettto cigaret to
p to 5 n
C CASTOR CASTORIArw A S T O R I fA A Msm a a aThe ONren ONrenThe t
The Kind You Have Always A ways Bought t
li OR ii MAGNIEN A1ENfflS DIES AfTER AfTERA
A LINGERING ILLNESS ILLNESSFuneral ftESSFuneral
Funeral Services in Balti Baltimore Baltimore Baltimore ¬
more Tomorrow TomorrowEND T TomorrowE omorrov omorrovE
END E JD COMES WITHOUT PAIN PAINDistinguished PAINDiet1ngu
Distinguished Diet1ngu ihetl Reman Prelate For Over OverTwentyFive OverTW61tyl1ft OverTwentyFive
TwentyFive Years ye Years rs President of ofSt ofSt ofSt
St Marys Seminary SeminaryBALTIMORK SominaryBALTIMOItB
BALTIMORK Dec 2IThe Tbe Very Rev RevDr RevDr Revr
Dr D r A L MoKHlea qlln president emeritus elBertt of ofSt oCSt
St S t Marys Mary Seminary kIDIDar after fter an extended extendedillness extendedIllneo
illness 111 passed quietly away yesterday yesterdaymorning terd terdmorRlaK
morning at 146 oclock a at 8t Marys MarysSeminary > Marl > 11 11saatnarr
Seminary where he bad been in a criti critical ultieal crltlcal ¬
cal condition for aevara several days He was wassurrounded wa waBurroultde1
surrounded In his lost meuv ate by forVery the theVery tMVer7
Very Rev Dr B Dyer D his successor Stft in inthe I Itlte fathe
the office of president of the seminary seminaryseveral MlmlRAryIWveral seminaryeveral
several s members o of the faculty afflllt a tew tewstudents lewatlMleAts t1 t1siadetw µ
students sad his de nurses Dr Charles CharlesODoHevan CMrl CMrl0D0808s
ODoHevan ODonovan his physician who spent spentSaturday 5JHt spentSaturday t tSat
Sat Saturday night at his bedirtde be lde was also alsoin 11tO 11tOID
in i n attendance attendanceThe aUedaMTit
The Tit ond came very quietly there thereBO was wasno wasse
no oonruUrton no struggle not even any anylabored a81IaltflrtMI
labored breathing breathingThe br8AtklgTJle
The Kindest of the seminary aentIBM were at attending atttHMIlR ¬
tending ttHMIlR moss la the chapel at > the time timeDr timeDr timeDr
Dr Magaleas MgRI death eatk was announced to tothorn toUtO
thorn UtO l there Telegrams were ertt then seat to tothe
the u Yery Rev n Father Le Baa the tit super superior Inperlor super10r ¬ I
ior general of the Society of St Sulpice SulpiceParis
Paris P aris and to members memherp of the hierarchy hierarchyaad h1erarehyastl hierarchynd
aad a nd priests in all parts ef tile country countryOae couatryORe
ORe of the students was dispatched to toForest toForest toForest
Forest Glen Montgomery county countywhither eonltrwhither ceuatywhither
whither Cardinal Gibbons had gone oa oaSaturday ORstunlay onSetrrday
Saturday to acquaint his eminence with withthe withtlte
the sews But hearing Iterla > that the he cardl cardinal cardlGal ¬
Gal had II spent eRt the night ia Washing Washington Wahl Wahlloa ¬
ton Rev Ke M F Dinneca a professor of ofthe oflbe ofthe
the seminary HaiRr went eat to that city It oa a asimilar astllar
similar mission missionTaken 1loD 1loDTaken
Taken 111 Three Years Ago AgoDr AgoDr
Dr Magalen who for a quarter of ofcentury a acentury arent1lry
century praaMed JH8 Mtd ever the destinies ef efhistoric orhistoric
historic St St Marys Mar the oldest Catholic Catholicseminary Cath lle llehlDlry
seminary la the United States was ta taken take ¬
ken ke 111 about three years ago with withcOlMplleallon a acomplication
complication of kidney ktdae and heart dis disease dl dlIMUe ¬
ease II He went to Paris for treatment treatmentand koatmeutaDd
and OB o his return It was hoped ho that a acure acare
care had been effected effectedEarly erectedl0ar < < eeted eetedBaril
Early l0ar ty last summer however Rowe Dr Magaleaa Mag Magnlens 1ageoadlt
nlens condition eoadlt became beca much worse worseand wor worDei is
and before Itof re tbe seminary year closed closedhe cloHdIte c clonedhe
he was conveyed to St St Josephs Hos Hospital HOfJpita Ho Hopltal ¬
pita I where it was w thought he II would woulddie woulddie weal wealdie d
die HIs H strong constitution C8tUItltuU was in Isle htofavor Jil Jilfavor Islefuror
favor and he improved so much that be beWOA heM h hwas e
was M able to go out But the disease fila bad badtoo ha4too
too arm a bold and INI be gradually grew grewweaker grttwwker gre greweaker w
weaker until Rtll a few weeks ago ge whoa whoahope who whohope
hope 110 was w abandoned abandonedA
t A Teacher of Priests PriestsIn
In his h death the Catholic church c urch in inUljrted I IJltt
Jltt Uljrted Ut Motes loo I loedtl a promlnerft promlne t fig flgur Igare figSr
ur are and it t would Id be aimcult dtIct It te exalt exaggerate xa xaIe ¬
iterate Ie his iii iatuence upon tIN hundred hundredof huDdr huDdr8C hundredset
of priests e tw who have Ye gone 8811et out from fromMarra roa 3c 3cMarys StMazYa it
Marys to all parts part of the land I Dr DrMacatea Dra DrAda
Macatea Ada atea was a manysided aYsWed man a and pea posaeaeed peaHMeII
aeaeed of e great abilities al tJltlea whl which h were dto dtoplayed dl dlJtlaTeci
played la various varlo llns JJn a H Hit was pre preeminently preeSantl ¬
eminently eSantl a teacher cher of priest prle tfl and seem seemed Memeel eem eemed ¬
ed specially gifted alft for sash a vocation vocationHto ocatlonU
His U power of winning the eoandence eoandenceof contiden Rldence Rldenceor 0Q
of those tk around arou him kl was remarkable remarkableOf
Of a generous r disposition he won Oft the thehearts theheaN thehearla
hearts of oj all who came In contact with withhis v1lkW
W him aad as his obliging manners will long longbe longreeIDHrecl
be remembered As the eoamnnt and andadvteer aadHmter
advteer of Cardinal Gibbon his work workfor workfor wor worfor k
for the tli church la OIls country eeuatr was extaalra ex extensive ext ¬
tensive t Dr Magnlon was a native of ofFraace orJlraRCit o f
France where be was bora sixtylive sixtyliveyears sixtylyeyears o
years ago agoArrangements as8ArraageRlHta
Arrangements rreagaasatr for Clr the funeral which whichwill whlckWill
will l take place pia from rona the Cathedral to tomorrow tomorrt
morrow morrt > W morning JB lJllag at ltM 1 11g oclock a ceck have havealready haveal
already al been made madeTho de deTIM
TIM chanting of fire ogles owee o ke for or the dead
by the seminarians HIrIa will III begin begl at 10M 10Moclock 10JOoclock 1030o
oclock o clock at t the Cathedral ad at 11oclock 11 11oclock 11ocleek
oclock Cardinal Gibbon will µ 11l celebrate celebratea
a ponttteal moss of requiem Bishop Dl op P
J Donahue DoMk of Wheeling who studied studiedat studiedat
at the seminary tr7 under Dr Maggies has h
been be selected 1eeted to deliver Ihr the t funeral ser sermon HrLying aernos ¬
nos mon
Lying in State StateOr StateDr i
Or Xsgulens r remains relM are r lying In Instate I IBUtt InNate
state BUtt In the recreation hall of the main mainbuilding JUJalhUag mainbatidtag
building lhUag of the seminary HlDi a ry which wklckI has hasbeen
been heetIH8rat decorated by seminarians Iaarla under the thesupervision theervl8t0R
I supervision ervl8t0R of the Rev Leo Besuard De eard S SThe SO So SoTJte it
The body bod which to robed in a priestly prissilyrataesta priestlyvestments prlNUyTt
vestments Tt with a purple cbasuable hle rests restson reetaOR
on a catafalque eataatto draped In black In his hiahands hiswlJlch
hands which are clasped upon poa his breast breastto
to a crucifix At the head and foot of ofthe orUte
the catafalque are lighted candles in inhigh 18IJlg
high IJlg candlesticks cale tleka The vestibule n tlbtile and andentrance andentrance ad adUaaee
entrance Uaaee hail of the main mal building are aredraped areraped
draped raped in black and 41 white whiteKnowing wklt4Kaowlalf whiteKnowing
Knowing that Dr Maanlen bad Ita many
friends among Ute laity in the tit city tbs tbepriests tb tbnta tbspriests
I priests nta at the seminary MIUI invite all persons personswho per o
Iwho who desire to visit tlltt the ball where w er the re remains rltJIIB reoWAS ¬
mains JIIB of the eminent prI priest rest Priests Prleeteand Prl Priestsand a aand
and seminarians rta will constantly taDt11 keep keepwatch keeltKkk
watch Kkk until the funeral tomorrow morn mornIng rD rD1tIg
lair IngThis
This Till morning ralar nt t t oclock a solemn re requiem reltIID to4uiem ¬
quiem ltIID mass was w offered ered up in the semi seminary semichapel t tury ¬
nary chapel The T e officers of the maw mawwere 1II8Hwre
were Celebrant CI Dt the Very Rev Re Dr B 10L BH BJL
H JL Dyer S > 3 S deacon the Ut Rev Mr lr WO WOMB HoW8M ¬
MB Ina subdsacon W8M D the Rev It Mr Dresses Brennanmaster DrelUt8Ir Dressesmaster
master r aaer of C ceremonies Mr dr Crowley cen censer e oen lD lDMC ¬
ser e hearer arer r Mr Fealy acolytes 17 Messrs MetiersFay MessrsFay MeMIIJIa
Fay JIa and ONeill candle bearers r Messn MessnLoekey MINIBnILoeker MessrsIoekey
Loekey Mueller 11er Kane and Hill III U At this thtoservice tll181IfnI thisservice
service 1IfnI the Rev Dr Paulinos T Utoeez Dlseaffi J > HIHc
8 8 professor prof of theology and Del a life lifetone lIferrt
tone friend rrt of t Dr Magnien MagI will 111 preach preachthe pr8BekUte preachthe
the sermonAfter sermon sermonAfter rJDOR rJDORAU
After AU the funeral service tomorrow Dr DrMounieas DrMat Drltl
ltl Mounieas Mat algs algsios t ios reatlsslt11 remains V111 111 be interred in the tbegraveyard theIraYN thegraveyad
graveyard within the seminary grounds groundsCardinal groundCardl groundsCardinal
Cardinal Cardl Gibbous who visited twochurches two twochurches twochurc
churches churc sear Washington yesterday yesterdayfcete Y8llterclaykMaly
feels keenly Dr Hoanlens alD death When Whenhe WheMbe Whobe
be returned to the city last evening he hedenied h hdttDied hedenied
denied himself to all callers His HI emi eminence emlMDee eastaettce ¬
nence wrote the t following followingIn ollowiD
In 1 the death of Very Rev Dr MaC Magnlen MaCn
ripe n the community of St St Sulplee lu I pace the thediocese thedloeeM
diocese of Baltimore and nd Ute American AmericanChurch AJfterlMnChreAt AmericanChurch
Church have sustained a great l loss IItt Ilk Htodemise U Ud4tmiH Ilkdemise
demise is I a source Mure of deep aOlctien Uen to tomyself toMil
myself Mil for he was wa my cherished eIMI1tI d friend friendand frt frtud friendsad
and counselor Ior for twenty twnth twentylye tve years learsBoar years yearsBoars
Boar the theSigftaturo
Sigftaturo Sigftaturoof
of I t tvu
UNCLE SAM HAS LARGE LARGETRADE LARGETRADE LARGETRADE
TRADE WITH COLONIES COLONIESNonContiguous COLONIESNonContiguous COLONIESNonContiguous
NonContiguous Territory Supplies Large Largeand and Grow Growing Groving Growing ¬
ing Market to Producers and Manufacturers
I The noncontiguous noa oontlguoa territory of the theUnited t tI
I United States to supplying a large and aadI andowing
I
growing Kr8in gr owing market to the producers procI producersanufacturers n and aMmtunfacturn
grm
manufacturers m grO of the United States Stat The TheOctober Thectober
October O ctober slaUiraent of the Treasury Uu Durcau Uureetl
reau of Statistics shows that the ship ahlvnlll shlpmenle
ments nlll of merchandise from the United UnitedStates UnitedStRttS UnitedStates
States to Porto Rleo ia the ten months monthsending montUeIMIhtg monthsending
ending with tlt October 102 IM amounted toactically to topractically topraetleallr
practically pr J10OW000 10tHIo90e0 fo009tt00a a million dollars dollarsa
a month JftO monthagelASt tllsgahult against 6760008 in the lh corre corresponding correIlpolHlinl corresponding ¬
sponding months of tatt year yearTo yeArT yearTo
To T the Phtl Phmllplr Phllppirs > plrs the shipments in the theten theten theton
ten months ending with October were wereover wereover r rover
over J4WOOOO 1010001 against a little over over0e990e overIoet overft00011
Ioet ft00011 0e990e in tbe corresponding months oflast of oflaat orJSllt
last year and J27WOW 7i 7tif1o01 OOO in the themonths same sameonths Mlftemonth
months m onths of IMft IMftTo 1100To 1000To
To the Hawaiian Islands the collection collectionof
of statistics of shipments was only ro resumed rosumed roeumrd ¬
sumed with the month of June and the thefigure theOguret thefigures
figure therefore do not cover the ten tenmonths tenonths
months m onths period SB a in If the case In the com commerce COmmarcc co comteree ¬
merce with Porto Rico and the Philip Philippines PblltpI Philipnes ¬
I pines pi nes but the annual shipments 8hljNMe ahlpweola frsai the theUnited tlteI thenited
I United U nited States to the Hawaiian Islands are areestimated areUmated areorthaatcrl
estimated Umated at about SMMOOOO 000 per an annum aaIBUm anuin ¬
IBUm IBUmI num numTo R uin uinTo
To Alaska Al lea the record of shipments lpmuta wasegun was wasbegun YoUbe3t1n
I begun b egun with wlt June and amounted during duringtbe duringthe duringthe
the four months ending with October to tonearly tonearly toearly
nearly n early fS IOM MOM The Th figures at hand for forAT forENERAL or orGENERAL
GENERAL G WOOD A VISITOR VISITORAT I81TORAT
AT GIRD GIRAR COLLEGE COLLEGEFormer COLLEGEFormer ULEGEormer
F Former ormer Rough Rider Says SaysStudents SaysStudents
Students Appear Happy HappyPHILADELPHIA HappyPHILADELPHIA
PHILADELPHIA Dec K UFItt008 UFItt008hUltdred 22FlfteonCollege Fifteen Fifteenhundred
hundred h bey students of C Girard College Collegestood College8tood Celle Cellestood
stood at attention yesterday tenla morning ratg as asGea a aGeB asGea
Gea Leonard Wood passed pa up the tl1 broad broadwalk 1Jroadwalk
walk loading to the college chapel A Afaint Afaint Ataint
faint cheer which started tarte la the rear rearthe of ofthe orthe
the ranks soon swelled into a chorus chorusthat ehorutliat
that caused the tb visitor to doff do < < lets Id bat and andbow aadItow a abow
bow to tbe smiling mUl c faces about abo t him himIt himIt himIt
It was a great day for or the cadets cadetslarge cadetaIIree
IIree large and a d small for the former colonel colonelof colonelet
I of the Rough Riders Rid Joined la their theirlife theirlife theirand
life for the greater part of the day and andtalked aDdtalked a
talked to them the as a only 001 a man a withnowledge with a aknowledge akaowlodge
knowledge k of boys could couldGeneral covklGenoral
General Wood in company with Mrs MrsWood Mrssod dra draWood
Wood sod Dallas Sanders one 0 of the dices directors ellreetora ¬
tars of the college and his hi sister b bSanders Klam KlamSanders zMSanden as
Sanders arrived at the Institution IMttt1Itl at 10 10oclock 1 1oclock If Ifoclock
oclock and attended the morning chapel chapelservice cUpeHlc pal
chapelt
service President Adam Ad H Fett PeUfolt PeUfoltIntroduced Ftte o oIntroduced olf olfintroduced t f
introduced General Wood who r rshort wide wideabort dl a aabort
abort address to the boys boysAfter boJSAfter boysAfter
After the service lt8Iyt the party was w shown shownthrough showhrough Wit WitthrOtigh s
through t the college bulMtes buIW buildings towludtnu towludtnuthe lDehldht6Jtile fool foolthe
the dormitories derlBttoN and the great iHsis dialog dialoghall g gkall
hall where the many man students atud ta ware w do dolag tloIng dolag
lag full Justice to a good dinner dtncerOn elluerOn dinnerOn
On leaving the college the general and andparty andpar andarty
party par p arty y were driven to the residence of ofDallas ofDaUa o oDallas f
Dallas DaUa Sanders whose guest he 11 WM dar during darIng darfag ¬
ing his visit in a Philadelphia At 248 248oclock 241oclock 34 34oclock ga g
oclock General and 114 Mrs Mr Wood 0CId left on onthe oathe e ethe a
the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad for forWashington f fWashington or orWhlngtou
Washington WashingtonBefore WhlngtouBefore
Before leaving he expressed exprea cl hlmeelbeing himself blmaelIMlog M Mbeing
being surprised at the completeness > of ofthe ofthe o othe
the college arrangements lie HeleI HeleII said saidI
I have never seen a more happy or orcontented orcontented o oontented r
contented c looking lot of boys la my life lifeUnlike m lifenlike I
Unlike U nlike students student of institutions built benta on ona ona n
a similar scope Opl in which so o much same sameness IlAmenees sameof ¬
ness of character to i noticeable the boys boysat boy boyAt
at this thl college seem to have an Individu indlTldu4aUty iadlrtdusilty Individuality ¬
ality They all look as though they had
16 6 In their trousers trouler pockettboroulh pocket pockettboroulhIy thorough thoroughly
ly independent
these four noncontiguous ooo ontiguous Territories Territoriesj Terrltorli TerritoriesPorto
i i j Porto Rico Hawaii th the Philippines IJi lpploeA andAlaska and andAlaska alHlI
i I Alaska Indicate that they will furnish furnishduring furalskduring furnishI
j I during th the year about to end a market marketfor marketI marketfor
i I for about hout fMWeMt UHO worth ot the prod prodj prodnets
i nets of tbe United States chiefly ebl6 y agricul agricultural agrlcultural agricultural ¬
tural and manufactured products productsOn productsOn
On 0 the import side Ide the report of the theBureau theBureau theBureau
Bureau of Statistics Indicates that these theseIsland theseIsland
Island Territories are also 110 contributing contributinglargely eontrllMtUftglr contributinglargely
largely lr lr to the growing demand of the theUnited thoUnited theUnited
United States for tropical products In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the ten months ending e dl8g with ith October theshipments the theshipments thesldpmenlll
shipments from Hawaii to the United UnitedStated UnitedStat UnitedStaten
Stated Stat amounted In round terms to S1 1 1ltIOf9GO
000600 and those from Porto Rico to the tbeUnited theUolt theUnited
United Uolt States Stat t teearly to nearly 9000609 against againstSe600oeo
Se600oeo 45000000 500000 la the corresponding month of oflaet orlut oflast
last year while from fro the Philippines the thereceipts tberecllpl theroeeipte
receipts were over HOMOOS fiMp and fromAlaska from fromAlaska rom romAIkls
Alaska over CM 810000 MitH M in the tour months monthsending DlORtbseIICIlag monthsending
j ending with October Those figures indeaite Indi Indicate 1001aw ¬
cate eaite that tIM annual contribution of trop tropical tropleal tropledl ¬
ical products by the tropical territory territoryunder territoryunder territoryunder
under the control of the United States Stateswill Stateswill Stateswill
will amount In n the present 1reHBt year to about aboutJ46000000 al out
J46000000 45080000 and that the receipts of mer merchandise m merehandlee r rekaDdlee ¬
chandise from Alaska will m amount to to1Ioot
1 1Ioot 0 MO making the total receipts of ofmerchandise ofme ofmerchandise
merchandise me handiH from the noncontiguous noBcontiguousterritory nOBconUguousterritory noncontiguousterritory
territory nearly or quite gMQWeW M Invalue IB IBvalue 18value
value and the th shipments from tINt UnitedStates United UnitedStates United5tatea
States to that territory 540006000 540006000HUMAN
I HUMAN 1UMAN8K1N SKIN 11 OFFERED OFFEREDNewspaper OFFEREDAS O1FEREAS
AS CHRISTMAS 1 1Newspaper GIfT GIfTNewspaper
Newspaper jtens f tens Sacrifice Sacrificefor Sacrjficefor Sacrificfor e
for Printers DevilLOCKPORT Devil DevilLOCKPORT DevilLOCKPORT
LOCKPORT N Y Do Doc 22 2ZNlcholas 2ZNlcholasDolt 22NicholasDenser Nicholas NicholasDenser
Denser Dolt a printers prJnt rs devil in the com composing compoatac coinposing ¬
posing room ef a local newspaper wilreceive will willreceive willreeetve
receive an unusual ulHtat Christmas Chrl tBlas present pr88ent pr88enttollHtrrow presentomorrow
4 tomorrow > rrew To save V8 Nlcholia life lifeRalph meRalph liftRalph
Ralph Goble a reporter Alfred J JClark JClark 1Clark
Clark a compositor Harry G Few aDd aadBenjamin aDdBeDlamla antiDenjamia nd
Benjamin Lovell pressmen of the news newspaper new newpaper newspaper ¬
paper will submit themselves to a Bur surgeons BurpeD ourknife ¬
geons peD knife Bormltttag the Lb doctor to totake totake ti titake
take t taty enty places of akin from rom each eachto h
to graft on the boys hey body bodyDonner boiIyDonner bodyDomaer
Donner who he is sixteen years fS old waoi waoilighting w wAghting as
lighting a a gasoline stove lito three Lhr months monthsago me mew mewago
ago la the metal room of a R aewepa newspaper newspaperestablishment W8ptper W8ptperh
establishment ss t abHrheat when h l1 the vapor explod exploded Itled Itledeel ¬
ed His greasesoaked clothing olethinggot got aftre aftreand Blreand air e
and he IN ran into Ute composing room a aMvrag
lying 10 < < torch torchWilliam tOidL tOidLWilliam torchWilliam
William Robinson RoW a linotype operator operatorclapped operatorclapped
clapped one band d over Nicks 1ck oton otonso mouth mouthso
so that he It ewM e Jd not t inhsjle I the tMaDd flame flameand lases
and with the ether etk hand Ita heat down the theflames t thm tdames
flames hm Robinson RoWB OR was U badly burned and andwas aDIIwaa aStwas
was laid up UJ three weeks but Nick Nickthe Nlekthe
the pet of the establishment e was axe saved axeed v vecI ¬
ed edThe
The lads arms arms legs leg and face were werebadly werebadly
badly twt burned aed For weeks he could not notsleep BOtaleep aolsleep
sleep except under the Influence Iniueaceopiates of ofopiates ofoplatf8
opiates The newspaper men attended attendedNick attend attendtick UeadedNlck
Nick and told him stories te to make makehtm makehllD mak makhim e
him forgot his h torture Dr Ferdinand FerdinandI I
A KitUager KltU KeI recently announced a8DOUne tl that thatNick tMtNI
Nick NI k was doing well ell except that several H Heral see seelied ¬
eral bad places plae refused rClt to heal The Thedoctor TIMcIoetGr T hi hiwished
doctor wished to get healthy skin t tgraft to tograft tograft o
graft on the stubborn wound TIle Tbefour Thesoar e
four young mca then hen volunteered to tofurnish tofurnish tt ttfurnish
furnish the required roquti d cuticle I
SIXTEEN KILLED IN INOther INCALIFORNIA INCALIfORI
CALIFORNIA CALIfORI IA WRECK WRECKOther COther
Other Passengers of Owl Owl1Train OwlTrain
Train Fatally Injured
BYRON Cal Dec 23 Jstxteen Sixteen are aredead aredead aredead
dead awl M others eUM have hoes eun so serievs serievsed solo sorloasly s sh
ly h Injured IRl ced that their atk Ia f expe Jte t ted toil
ed as a a result ef the rearend collisionbetween collision colttaionbetween coUbilonbetWOOD
between the Stockton flyer and the theOwl tJl tJlOwl
Owl trala oa the Southern Pacific Pacifichere Paettlehere Pacifichere
here Saturday night 18hL Patmengers too tooseverely tooaeverelr
severely injured to be taken sak to their theiri theirhomes
i 110 homes were e taken te 1 the t T Tcine S nP nPelftc nPee
ee cine Hospital at Sea Francisco FraacktiodBY j jday 3day
day On the way to the hospital five fivevictims fivevictim fivevictims
victims diedtfweatytwo died diedTwentytwo diedIfweDtytwo
Twentytwo of the Injured ranched to tLohospital tohOApltal tfohospital
hospital where here it was announced that thatR tbatn thata
R a Poet of Fowler Cal and Lee SOB SOBa
a Chinaman of San Francisco probab probably probably probably ¬
ly would succumb Ituee mb Of the twentytwopatients twentytwo twentytwopatients tYoentylwopaUenta
patients injured only three were per permitted pormltted permitted ¬
mitted to reeeire visitors so seriously seriouslywere serlottelywere aerfoeelywere
were they suffering sufferingThe sufferingThe rlng rlngThe
The list of dead so far identified fellows fel fellows el ellow ¬
lows lowsELIZABETH low >
lowELIZABETH
ELIZABETH I SMITH 5 nTH Fresno Cal Calaged Calaged Calaged
aged thirtyeight thirtyeightCLARBNCB thlrtyetchLCURENCJI thirtyeightCLARENC
CLARBNCB > 3 D OLUFFS Fresno Cal Calaged Calagad
aged twentytwo twentytwoMIS6 twontytoMI
Mill MI BIRDIE BLLIOTT San Fraa Fraactoco Franebteo Fraacieee
ctoco aged twentytwo twentytwoMABBL twentytwoMABBL twentytwoMABEL
MABBL VEZBY Modesto 1I0iIe to Cal agednineteen aged agednineteen agedDlneCeen
nineteen nineteenGBOROE DlneCeenCHORGE nineteenGSOROK
GBOROE SESSIONS Oakland Calaged Cal Calaged Calaed
aged aed flfty flftyCHARLBS ItQI lftyCHARLISS
I CHARLBS OWENS Fresno Oal aged agedtlnOTe
Aftynve AftynveMISS tlnOTeMIS fiftyfiveMIST
MISS MIS MYERS Fresno Cal CalROBBRT CalRODERT CalROBRRT
ROBBRT RENICK Sea Francisco FranciscoCal FrancltoCar FranciscoCal
Cal CalLBN
LBN IRWIN Oakland OaklandW oklalMlW Oakland1v
W F THMPLB THMPLBLUNG TBMPLBLUNG TEMPLI1LUNG
LUNG TIA GONG Chinese gl San
Francisco FranciscoThe FranciscoThe FranciscoThe
The unidontined dead Include one onewhite nnewhite onewhite
white man evidently a sailor two Chi Chinese Chinese Chiaces ¬
nese one Japanese woman and a Jap Japanese Japattle Japanese ¬
anese attle child childThe chtldThe childThe
The dead were brought here her yester yesterday resterday ¬
day and an a inquest will be held today
Moet of tho corpses are terribly muti mutilated mutlated mutilated ¬
lated which made the work of identifi identification identification Weattfieatton ¬
cation very difficult The injured were weretaken wretaken waretaken
taken to Oakland Moet of them are re reported rpported reported ¬
ported recovering recovt > rlng and further casual casualties caualU casualties ¬
ties U are not anticipated anticipatedThe antlelpatedThe anticipatedThe
The collision was a rearend one u The Theengine Theeaglne Theengine
engine of the local plowed Its way into intothe IntoUte latethe
the rear coach of the Owl which wa wafilled waAiled was wasAiled
Ailed with Fresno people The paseen paseengers plIfJengelS pasaeagars
gelS who escaped death were hurled to tothe tothe tothe
the forward part of the coach and andcVusbed andcrasbed
cVusbed in the > mass m of debris Their Theirsufferings TheirtriCerlagB
sufferings and danger were intensified intensifiedby Intonslfiedb Intensifiedby
by b tbe clouds of scalding a1cllng steam that thatpoured lhatpoured thatpoured
poured from rom the shattered boiler of the theStockton theStockton theStockton
Stockton engine engineOBJECTS fagllleOBJECTS
OBJECTS TO CHRISTMAS CHRISTMASCAROLS CHRISTMASCAROLS CHRISTMASCAROLS
CAROLS IN THE SCHOOLS SCHOOLSNebraskan SCHOOLSNebraskan
Nebraskan Asks That Action Be BeBrought BeBrought BeBrought
Brought Against Teachers andDirectors and andDirectors andDirectors
Directors DirectorsLINCOLN DirectorsLlNCOL
LINCOLN Neb Doc As a resultof result resultof r68u1tor
of the recent supreme court decision decisionagainst decisionpl decisionagaiast
against pl lit the reading of the Bible and andsinging aDd1Dtq andsinging
singing sacred soap in I the publicachoei0 public publicschools pllWlcJCIaoe
schools JCIaoe of Nchranka Me application II1t lieation has hasbeen ha hade hashoes
been made de to the county attorney atto oT at atLtaeoln ati atLtnoela
i Ltaeoln to prohibit the rendition of ofChristmas orCbrbtUaaa ofChristmas
Christmas carol and semireligious semireligioussongs semireligioussongs mlrellglousaoftp
songs la one of the district schools ot otthis otlhla ofthls
this county during durl during g school hours hoursJohn boursJohR hoursJohn
John Chrisfl Clan of Princeton Prl eeton is the ap applicant appllcaat apphtcast ¬
plicant and he demands 118m that aa D action actionbe actionbe actionbe
be brought b ght against the t e teacher and di directors dlreetOlS directors ¬
rectors The county COURt attorney has told toldMr told1Ir toldMr
Mr Chriss Cltrt he had BO sympathy with his hiscomplaint hiseolllpllnt
complaint and that he will 11 not inter interfere Interfere interIn ¬
fere Ia the meantime B B Krotstnger Krotstngera
a Beatrice lawyer will III apply for a re rehearing 1ebearlg rebearing ¬
hearing of the tb Bible Blbl case Mr Ir Kret Kreteingers KretIlnlr Kretsingers
Ilnlr singers brief to I in the nature of a chal challenge challenge hal halItnK ¬
lenge ItnK to the court to force orce its mandate mandateHe mandattHe
He say cape y M S 0906 C schools of tbe SS6C fiG in the theState theState
State are ignoring I norlng the decision and andpractically andpractically andpact
practically pact Ically asks the court what bat it Is Isgoing Issolng isgoing
going to do about It
I I S I I I I I I
I I 0
I I I I I I S I 1
i I I SPECIAL jji t
I NOTICEa I
1 I i I
i We te will positively guarantee to do all en engraving engraving t I
J
graving and have the goods ready for delivery on onor onor onor
I or before l4 W YIednesday ednesday evening December 24 24Theyll 24I I
I I FOLLOW FOLLbW THE THETheyll CROWDS I
Theyll lead you to Castebergs s every time timeThe timeThe I
The Christmas rush here is greater than thanever t f fever
I ever Buyers two and three deep = = = = and every everyone i ibeing
I one being waited on to his perfect satisfaction satisfactionAny I
I Any man or woman in Washington whowants who whowants whowatts
wants to make a present of a Diamond DiamondWatch DiamondI
I Watch Jewelry Silverware Cut Glass etc etcand etcf
f and wants to save money will follow the thecrowds thecrowds t tcrowds
crowds to Castebergs We can guarantee guaranteethem guaranteethem I
them prices at least a fourth less than others otherswilfask otherswill l
t tI
wilfask will ask for the same quality go goods goodsLet goodsLet ds I
I Let us have your account accountWashingtons accountI j jI
I I CASTELBERG S I S
f Washingtons Leading Jewelers Jeweiersf
f 935 Pennsylvania Avenue I II
I
I 0 0
WHOLE YOLEFRESMAN FRESHMAN CLASS CUSSSUSPENDED CLASSSUSPENDED CLASSLOUIS
SUSPENDED AT ST LOUIS LOUISWashington lOUISWashington LOUISWashington
Washington University Students StudentsStruggle StudentsStruggle StudentsStruggle
Struggle for Possession of ofCollege ofoUege ofCollege
College oUege Gymnasium GymnasiumST
ST LOUIS Dec St 2tChacellor Chancellor Chap
Han abruptly ended the anrual aBr IU11 battle battlebetween battlebet battlebetseon
between bet we on the freshmen aad jopaemorea jopaemoreaof ophemoroa ophemoroa9C
of e Washington University for posceeefoo posceeefooof
of the varsity gymnasium by suspending suspendingthe sutIHRtlI sutIHRtlIthe suspendingthe
the entire body of freshmen freshmenThe freshmenThe reshmenThe
The sophomores bad possession of the thegymnasium thegymnaalum theymnasium
gymnasium g Barbed wire Ire was stretched stretchedacross stretchedaeross stretchedacross
across the windows The freshmen freshmengathered freshmenathered rtMIk rtMIkgathered
gathered g athered in n force and prepared to storm
the stronghold when the 4tncoller lt1tDcoll r ap a alIe
pe peril Qgljind and ordered them back to their
Classes cl ss Falling to o obey they
were sus suspended s araPanded s si ¬
i pended Both classes claase at once held in ¬
dignation meetings and appointed com committees eommIUMS committees ¬
mittees to wait upon the faculty In an anendeavor aucDdeavor anendeavor
endeavor to have the order rescinded
but thus tar their thel efforts have been It with without wlthGUt without ¬
out effectLADS effect effectLADS Sleel SleelLADS
LADS DEATH DUE TO TOVACCINE TOVACCINE TOVACCINE
VACCINE POISONING POISONINGJOHNSTOWN POISONINGJOHNSTOWN POISONINGJOHNSTOWN
JOHNSTOWN Pa Dec 22 2I1arry Harry
Lets Lei tea years y rs old sen of Sebastian SebastianLois SobatlUanLois SebastianLola
Lois IB s dead < ef poison pel resulting from fromvaccination tromvaeeloaUOB fromaccination
vaccination vaccinationFour vaeeloaUOBFour v accinationFour
Four new eases of smallpox sr < < JJNJX have de developed developed developed ¬
veloped slate nee yesterday There are BOW newwentyfour
twentyfour t patients in the emergency eRlar emergenetospital
hospital h ospital
I
BURGESS FINES HIMSELF HIMSELFTHEN HIMSELFTHEN
f
THEN PAYS PAYSTHE THE PENALTY PENALTYDiscaveMi PENALTYDisceveI PENALTYDisceverad
DiscaveMi DisceveI That He Had Violated an anOrdinance anOrdtDaDCe anOrdinance
Ordinance and Filed Into Dock DockPITT4BITRO DockPITTl8UftG DockPITTitURG
PITT4BITRO Dee St 3IJaBle8 James Horner Hornerof Horneret Hornerof
of Hill Avenue A c was arrested and fined finedB flodfe
B let fe violating a borough ordinanceThis ordinance ordinanceThis ordluanrEThl
This Thl to I the entry try James 1a Horner chief chiefburgess cblc cblcbulPIIC chiefburgess
burgess of Wllklnohurg wrote 7ote upon the thedocket tbedoellet thedocket
docket over 0 which ho presides pr Then Tholr Tholrtook he hetook > r rtook
took t froM tree Ids wallet and placed it m toa ma lDa
a special compartment eORf artateat of his official omctalmosey officialmoney OmclallOOae
money lOOae box boxThe 1MIIcThe boxThe
The burgees 1Nage bad 41 teed himself himselfAfter bltuelfAfter himselfAfter
After After causing eag the arrest of 132 1 of hi bll bllfllow hsfellow a afellow
fellow townsmen to for violations a bor borough boro1lgk boreugh ¬
ough ordinance enItaa ea which provides that all allmow allaew11 allnew
mow aew11 new shall he 1 e promptly shoveled off offthe orttlte oiithe
the sidewalks Horner found that he hi toohad too toohad toohad
had failed to lire its up to the mandate of ottte oft oftae
tae t lawThe law lawTie law1ie
Tie 1ie burgess INrge s had employed a negro dur during durl durlag ¬
lag l g the recent snowfall to clean the thepavement rhpJHV811M8t thepavement
pavement in front of o his house but the theman tb tban forman >
man an did uet perform the work In th theveniag fhavnlag thc thcevening
evening when a the boroughs chief chie magis magistrate maglslrate magistrate ¬
trate wont t home after a hard lays dayswork layswerk
i werk at levying fines against his neigh neighbors neighors neighbors ¬
bors ors he saw that his JIs sidewalk was ankle ankledeep ankledeep ankledeep
deep with snow and slush slushHence alusILHelICe sloshHesse
Hence the nelfadmlaistered fafl d8bered punish punishment punlshment punishmeat ¬
ment duly d ly docketed
0 Jim Dumps had breakfAst just justat
at I seven sevenAnd ven venAnd
And every day about eleven elevenHed elevenHed
Hed feel so sort of gone and andweak andweak
weak weakAs weako
o As iC he should n bracer seek seekTo seekC
C To Work he then took Force It Itwith
with withAnd him himAnd himI
I j a And braced on that Wise WiseSonny Wise1i
1i Sonny Ji Jim Jimf Jimfhe 1t 1tme
f
me fhe IWd1toSerre Cereal Cerealbraces
1 braces bracesIuaeficially braceshi
Iuaeficially IuaeficiallySweet hi efic a Iq IqSweet
C
Sweet cri criia J fRaes f1 lies of wheat wheataIltimatt wheatslid
slid aIltimatt aIltimattGalnod malt
J
r 1 1Gained
Gained Greatly In StrcnQb StrcnQbc1 y yOs
Os ofaay e etkaa laid me tie morn
fug 111r c1 to bed bees = silog 7 7Aprlt Fern = deity I
siege April led and doting J g at doe lie his Jusgained hisgaine1
gained greatly resr in sttesgtk sttesgtkBzxazlL
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47 47P
P R Ie ISC r EXERCISES POWERFUL SWAY at the theISC e
Hub u Furniture Company This is Week ee
t s ii > > c ViBSiefvr ViBSiefvrrfr
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The best In Pianos Is the cheapest cheapestin
10 the long run We sell you a agood agood
good one Ieyear gtlraatee lBahog lBahoganYe1Ie aiabogany
anYe1Ie any canoe canoe15O
150 > 200 and 300 300a
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s3 3 05 QC for Oak Morris Chair withgood with withJ
good J good cuebloB cost elsewhere elwltereCOO elsewhereS6
COO
S6 6 95 for a large Finely Finished FlaleltedOak FinishedOak
Oak Horrls Chair cost eke ekewhere elsewhere
where 1000 1000S4 1000I 1000Sil
I
S4 7i 7 for Pretty Brass Trimmed TrimmedJ TrimmedWhite
J White Enameled Crib cost
60 el elsewhere wblre
Sy7 9 7J Tot Large Handsomely HandsomelyTuftMl HDd60melyTufted
J Tufted oak Frame JIra Couch Couchsprings Couchspringll Couchspringa
springs and button floe velour cov covering covrinlr covring ¬
ring rinlr cost elsewhere el wJeere 141 141s3 14M 14 14t3
t3 10 J 7 7J 1 for or Vetour Covered Couchcost Couch Coachcost
cot aewbeee 080 080s6 611
s6 6 Q5 c for Tufted Velour Couch Couchv Couchcost
v cost elsewhere 1000 1000d 1000Vh l IS3 M Mfur
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S3 Vh 5 0 A fur Solid oBI Oak Seek Jh k met else elsewhen el elsewhere e eWHre
when Si Sior SIS4 5 53t1
S4 95 for or pretty Wet OoMon Oak Desk DeskCOM Deskcat
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Formerly Wash B Williams WilliamsSeventh WilliamsSeventh WilliamsSeventh
Seventh and D Streets Northwest

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