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IN WASHINGTON W
Arduous Duties of Officials OfficialsLiid OfficialsL1id OfficialsLaid
Laid Aside and Questions Questionsof
of f State Sidetracked for forTwenty forfwenlyfour
Twenty fwenlyfour four Hours Hoursll
I ll Members of of the Presi Presidents Presidents 1 1Jents ¬
dents Family Gather at atthe atthe
the White House HouseThe HouseTheDy HouseTheDay The TheDay
Day in the Legations Legationsuflieisl LSa eons
uflieisl 4 ilc iel WaaMaataa W to eeiebrating < to totiiy tot
< tiiy 4 y i in n i Ih the he cam MUM old ttxaeboaored uelHNtoredI MM saeThe
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The hf ardttr ar4 j dtttfea ef eflfeml I life IIf have haveI
I 1 111 b n laid aaMe tor an die day Venezuela Venezuelai
i a i i ranntly l out of UM thoughts of all allMep anI
I Mep tp ept a few f of than those representatives representativesof atatles atatlesI
of i the he h Government Go rDm ttt who have bees strus strusgluiK strrggutu > tnltt tnlttglIlIlt
gluiK with illl rcl the many man intricate diplomatic diplomaticl
l yi 1 < irtii hiomll > ms Involved the t huge army ArlO of ofthe ofrh t tIht
rh the department clerks d rk are ar at their theirJionjef UlelrIfmf theirh
Jionjef h Ifmf mez > and except for a few watchers OB OBi o oII onI1t
II i iry ut the t buHiness bu lnpss bouses of 1 Uacle UacleSam UIICIem Uaekcam
Sam m ready r > ady it the lh > occasion OCl sIOll demands to toil tol1 toI
l1 il I upon their chief u t meet as aslooked aces 111I 111Illlutl wel
looked l okcd I for emergency pmertce < the machinery twltddneryb hllMrJ af afli efh
li < Government ro flImlnt > has been e stopped t for tortiic lortbl fortlic
tiic rhriKtinas festivities festivitiesAt fnstlYltl fnstlYltlAt fcztlvltkeAt
At the White W ite House HouseThe House1he i iThf
The President ad Mrs brahave thsaealt usea aU aUhave 1
have ell their children with them today todayloung todayT I Ilcung
loung T ung Theodore Theodorrreturued returned from New Xewlork NftYork NewTork
York for the holidays bolld and a idles IKher sKhel JKhelaod sKheland i
r and Quentin arc re home home from rro their re respect ftpflt ruspec ¬
spec pflt ire e schools se oollI For o or days cia express wag wagois wagoos
ois > 1 have been eD railing calll c at the White WhiteHouse W1dwHousf Wbf Wbfhouse te
House > tearing gifts tel the PresidentMr Prweatr President
Mr trs r Roosevelt ROOq Jt and the children cklNrprea elslldrnprei pres present ¬
cnts ent 018 a of all kinds kind and fro from all parts of ofiu o oti t
iu 1 ti country countryTV countryTlw ountl7Tht
TV younger youa fr RooeevcK R cl chlMrw Archie Archiear ArdlifartI Arch Archard le
ar artI < l Quentin hang HB up their stecMngs stecMngsla aLocIdapJabl atoeki atoeki14t qs qsye
la Jabl night in order that they th Might fufgkthued Magt1i1id be betilled
tilled by Sam Santa a Clans C The girl giving of gifts giftsv giftshilb gl glv rya
v hich took place in I Use morning wasr watt aoi aoiconfined DOti DOtiODftrld
r confined to the Presidents PrNId4tat family for forMrs fv fvfrt t i
Mrs fr frt Roosevelt ROOM lt has It remembered eacbon eaehlInt each eachone
on lInt < > of her man army of servants many manyif man maneS y i
if f whom bare been employed em Je7ed at tb tbVhite 011 e
1 White + hite House since Iwee the days of r Lincoln Lincolnana Ll Llecokand eola n I
ana bare treasured trr Christmas renem renemtrances rel rewembraces em emLrDce
trances from each of thn Pro Presidents ldea18 of offh Ofh o oh f
fh ± h < failed States tat wb wile have MY celebrated celebratedrhHstmas celebratedChrilltm celebrat celebratt ed
t rhHstmas since the trying days < of the thecivil t13 t13ivil t1civil e
civil ivil war warAmong warAmobg warAmoug
Among the Cbrt Christmas C zs glUt gift SiN Mrs MrsRoosevelt IrsRoosnelt ttr a
Roosevelt was was a a gold 014 purse r proseaied proseaiedi presee4 presee4by r r1y 1
i 1y > y the woman of the u Cabinet It Is s of ofsold orold o r rgold
sold old mesh me k with Uk the clasp studded with withdiamonds wltkdiamonds wit witdiamonds h
diamonds sad INI sapphires sappNlrseNo Ir IrNo i iNo
No Christmas TreeThere Tree TreeThere 1reeThere
There was w no Christmas Chrl tJ8 tree Attar Attarthe AU9rthe Afterthe
the exchange excha tg of presents pre Ma the whole fami family fa fa1y ¬
ly went W Dt to Captain Cowlee CO beuse for forlunch ferlunch farlunch
lunch In the t8 afternoon Mr and Yrs MraKooeevelt YrsUooleelt MrsIoosevelt
Kooeevelt went herseback lIer ack riding rWl s Di Diwill mAReI mAReIwill Disaerwill
will be served lien this evening eVIII > c In I the State Statedining StatetHnlng Statedining
dining room and the guests will 111 be Sea Senator Seaitlor Seator
ator tor Lodge Lod e and Mrs Lodge Lo4I Captala CaptalaIrs and andMrs sadMrs
Mrs Cowing Cowl Mr fr BItteU of r New York YorkCharles YerkharJ Yorktharles
Charles harJ Henry Davis Dari Miss U Davis DaYia1be and andthe
1 the he Messrs e Davis The T Presidents Pr gift giftto giftto giftto
to tie t to White kite House Ho lieu employes was al a ai
i urkey urktt to each eachThe eachThe cb cbTh
The Th Secretary of State Ita sad Mrs Hay Hayere H Hnc Heyare
ere pending Christines at their beauti beautiful bescUntl uU uUfill ¬
fill home In I this tbl city Their daughter daughterMr dauckt daughterMrs l
Mr Mrs 1 James Wadswerth Jr Mr Wads Wadsworth Yladaworlh Wadsworth
worth and a the Secretary San Lan eC States Sta Staoulat State Stateou5set
1 out oulat jest sou Clsreaee CI are spending spendingrhuxtmas ap spoadtngh 8dtaK 8dtaKChttmu
rhuxtmas h istmas with the Hay HayThe 1 1The liarThe
The Secretary of the Navy Nt William WilliamIf
h If < nry Moody is spending g Christmas Christmasmth Chrletallh Chrietmasxh s
mth lh some friends in New K w York city cityjMrotary city1rlary cityretary
jMrotary 1rlary retary of War Itt is also In I New NewYork He HeYrk Newfork
York upending Chrietattw t8ta day with Mr Mrstoat Mrs MrsKuoi MrsJUOt
stoat JUOt and IID Krtitb uillh Root Secretary CUUU7 ef the theInterior theIntlrior theint
int Interior riot Hitchcock Is at hU 11 home in thisciit this thistisy dttaI
tisy I The Th other ot ber members of the Cabinet Cabinetare CAWetart Cablaetnee
are with It h their fnmlltes 1s Iff this city cityIB cityIn cityIn
In the Legations LegationsChristmas LegalionsIhrilllmas Legationshrisima
Christmas hrisima wee emierred aeee aeeeafllng lag te tothe teth tethe
the th varying national UI cueUHu cWu at be a for foreign r rIgo fort ¬
t eign Igo gn legations At the tb Itmmlan J aa embassy embassyth sasfeasythe
th 1 the h eriebratioo fObraUoa was w pr pr preliminary lhJT to that
ci 1 the tb Ru Russian taa Cbrintimts CII which Is thethrtstmas the theChrl LitehrIIJlma
thrtstmas Chrl hrIIJlma tmas of the Greek church sad dees deesnot doesriot
not arrive until IIDt twelve 1111 days after the theCbrlHtmas tile1rhlm therlstinas
CbrlHtmas 1rhlm rlstinas celebrated lttbrecI by the rest ef efWEATHER e eWEATHER ofWEATHER
WEATHER CONDITIONS CONDITIONSIK
T 1 IK told wave Las ass iBcreased la into latonal latonalt ll
t in the Nertbwest ertbwe t and has extended extendedc
c 1 < nard and sad southward lute the north nortbt tb tbr
r < t r > portion of the southern tlMna slope Jep sad nndi a at
i lough s nah the central tnl valleys TAt the upper upperi
i K and lid eastern Mwer aw lake tefc 11IMIIHU regions regionsSnows regionsmows
Snows mows have been general from Ute upMlwissippialley up upNilsslssippi ap api
Mlwissippialley Nilsslssippi i valley eastward wnI except n acep In Inihrn IIIhrD Isrtb
rtb ihrn rA New Se England Ell
7 11 h TI I rr will tIt be bfOD snow W tenlgbt in the thef theat
f f at portion of the tb lower nee Iak IakYOIk region regionYork oglesfork
York and northeastern DOrt Pennsyl Pennsyli Pe nyl nyltia
i tia is i ad ud probably rain on the Virginia Virginiai
i i t aro arolln Una coasts coastsvi chasmwhere OAI OAIh
vi > < where h tonight and a Friday Frida Ute tbev Utewill thewill
v > > h > r will be generally fair In theL the thei
i 1111 L ttt iud ud South Routhwill Southh
h I t will be much colder In the middle middlelanMc MiddlelunI MW1e MW1eIunk
lanMc lunI Males 8tat toobiht and Fridayn Friday
uu n the lh middle Atlantic eeset variable variablev Ie Iet
t v iii t will become beromfolInelllll west we Sad Crash Crashi fraehtainerr
i tainerr diners lInelllll ilepsrilaK ltIrtlK today t tI far Bumpes Bumpesi
i rA r a will II I have a variable wind WI with snow snowoiiK ewi1IIt mawoina
< oiiK i1IIt westerly wf11t rly and br brisk > sk k kt Friday to tot tot
t i tr brand rand nd Kinks liAksTEMPitRATIJR JankTEMPERATU KinksTEMPKRATUKK
TEMPERATU TEMPERATUlII TEMPKRATUKK TEMPKRATUKKTUB
S lII lIII ll lla
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1 p m 32 32TUB 32THi
TUB SUtf SUtfb S SII SUIt SUIto
b ii t H rte todsr t tyHI 4 jsj jsjrices m mr
HI r rhea ria tomorrow iI la U UTIPE eat eatTIDE v vTIDE
TIDE TAJK4sl TAJK4slIiiuli TAJIt TAJItI
Iiiuli I Ilh eh tido lid ftilY ftilYJ xljiy fN Mp p wG wGtp n nJ
J ddtOI ldet tp i Jlrttnuan JlrttnuanI ull ullIi dd Hpa HpaIi
I Ii < Kh tide totionow U rorraa 3J1 fcL S SW tcSd tcSdINw ii iiLww
Lww W tide t foidfJTTO foidfJTTOIi te i icrrow i X ftll ftllr
Ii
Cbristeadom dola Count Caaalai CUellilalwaa however howeveralwaya hseveveralwsys
alwaya observes both days daysThe taaTile daysThe
The AustrtaHungary embassy was the thescene tb4te thecease
scene e of a pr pretty tty party last atThe evening eveningThe eronla > G GThe
The GermN 04 ambaocador l te absent to toNew hiNew Inew
New N ew YorkThe York YorkThe YorkTIte
The Peruvian minister Iii sad M Mate Cal Calerea CalIOa al aldst
dst IOa erea s wheae family circle Includes aa aaleas
leas 1 than eleven children elalNrett have Ye with withthem witht withtheta
them t for the holidays IIolldQ eleven Peruvian Peruvianatndents Porwelantttdekhto
atndents atndentsAt tttdekhtoAt t
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At the Italian It embassy 11I7 the celebration celebrationbegan ceMbratloDIMt ceiebratfosegan
began b egan teat Lot sight when the members ben of ofthe ofthe I
the stast aII and ether guests were eater eatertemed eatertanked
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tanked ta The ThTh occasion te Iata designated designatedfesta tkalgtaatodfate
fate ta del cejwe e and the lhtal11ar eorasmmy Is Isslmlhtr toslwtia
slmlhtr te the burning of the yule lag lagla JeeIII logIn
la the open replace replaceA replace replaceA
A children e iWr party was heW at tile tbeThe tileMnkaa theNdatdcdaw
Mnkaa eebassr eebassrThe 1 1ttte
The day at t the l British Brlt b embassy e etrpleal was wastypical wasypical
typical t of the island plum pi pudding p and andalt aadall d daIL
all Ambassador Herberts HerINTtyearw eldest sen senSidney waSkdueq
Sidney twelve years old who 1 has been beenia IIfttIIa beesn
ia i n school 1 in I B Bngmnd has Joined them themThere uel1tere liceThere
There will 1 be a Christmas tree at the theArgentine tileAraeetlDe theArgeatlne
Argentine legation legationThe legatbaThe tloa tloaTIle
The minister from the Netherlands Neotrt Is Isin IsIn IsIs
in Newark N JOULIItT J JCOOLO JGOULO
COOLO U OULIItT NOT Binrfiins Binrfiinsm BUY GifTS GifTSANO
m KILLS HIMSELF HIMSELFUnable HIMSELflJflabe MSELF
Unable to Give Give His H is Children ChildrenChristmas ChildrenChristmas ChildrenChristmas
Christmas Celebration CelebrationCLEVELAND CelebrationCLBVKLAD Celebrationlieeatlae
CLEVELAND Onto Doc Docbe 2i 2ibe lieeatlae
be coM eMf not bay Christmas CIt presents u for forhis rOlIa
his Ia chiMrea eland W H Taylor Jr ended hislife his hislife tI tIlife
life by drinking carbolic acid acidTbe acidThe
The de dk 4 I was W committed ClMM at the home homeof JNHMor bassof
of Taylors Tacr mother oUr Ko 4 Crawford CrawfordPlace CrawOIdrlaee
Place last night The unfortunate young youngman you younoll yortegman
man called noll his hi mother to asm It blw after he heMB IteJt1tnlltk
MB Jt1tnlltk drunk the acid and lid acquainted her herwith It Itwith herwith
with ifs mad act actAlthough adAI
Although AI 1t physicians talela were at atBIOIUtd aace sum summoaed
caused nothing IMH could HUNIII be done te save sasshim savehtm
him III Tailor died within a half hour after afterhe afterhe
he had swallowed the fatal 11I1IM done daaeThe
The story of the circumstances clretl wick wMehled wtIIekJed
led up p te Taylors TaJor seed Is I tmuaaalijr 11 11tuUe pa patbetic pathtle
tbetic Taylor leaves nn a young wife sad aadtwo aMtwo
two small all children TIle young men a aoalT was wasonly as
only twentyfour years eare old old of exemplary exemplaryhabits eap eapJlab
Jlab habits and of good family familyRelatives taJalIJI faintlyRelatives
I Relatives declare n that ate h fear I fflwdg c f tat aotbetas tatbring
flwdg betas able a 18 te teI bay Cartstmas preaojits preaojitsfor
for his chlldrei chlldr was IN a baliueiaatloa lhaliaelaatlsa He Hewas Kewa liewas
I was wa ft bladtaMttk but had been out t ofwork of ofwork ofwerk
work for some time U It is I said td and Dd re recently reI ¬
I costly went down in the country to get getseme getsews
sews money he had bees ex ezpeetl
He tailed to get et the th money J however howeverand bowneraM howeverand
and the disappointment affected him himkeenly hi hikenl himkeesly
keenly kenl Other business trODbi trODbiMrveci troubles also alsosorted
j served to discourage dl urace him himCHRISTMAS himCHRISTMAS himCab
CHRISTMAS FUNERALS FUNERALSHAY FUNERALSI
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HAY BE POSTPONED POSTPONEDCab POSTPONEDI
Cab Driver in St St Louis L V Vets te te t Ge O On OnStrike OnStalks
Strike Ts 1 1aT TAar TAarST y yST I
ST LOUIS Dec 2ft iAt At a meeting Ual of
the Cab asIk Drivers Drt U Union last night the tinsmole theewlas u1
mole Yet voted et to go Nt os a strike trlke Wda Wdaowtag today
ewlas to the U fact f et that tAe td Embalmcr Ewbslwrssad Embalmcrsad n nLt
sad Liverymens Lt
Association had re rotulrsed returned rlt rltturtNd ¬
turned no SBswer to their demaads for
bettor belt wages wa sad ad shorter aIIorter8neral hours hoursSeveral hoerSeveral
Several weddings WH l1l sad funerals are set t
for today aad tbe
strike will 111 cause great greatembarrassment greetembarrassment t tembarnaat
embarrassment embarrassmentCARDINAL embarrassmentARD1NAL
CARDINAL SENDS XMAS XMASGREETINGS XMASGREETINGS XMASGREETINGS I
GREETINGS TO O THE POPE POPELetter POPELettor POPELatter
Letter Also Sent te t Princes ef the theChurch theChUfCb theChurch
Church and Catholic Crewaei CrewaeiHeads Crew CrewwedHnade e41 e41HeaM
Heads
BALTIMORE Dee Si Acannt Cardtnal Gib ouhas ¬
bows has seat letters ItJtt of Christmas CI greet
lag te UM Pope sad to each or the thecardinals theeardtmale
cardinals of the Catholic church through throughout t tbrwgbout p
out the world worldSimilar worldhstlar M Mliar
Similar hstlar liar totters were w sent to the crows erowaed Irow Irowhtat crowsed
ed beate boa ef each of tile
Catholic Catholiccountries Caaehokcewwtriet aUt aUtcentra
countries of eanp hasp including IDeIUdI the Km Kmperer 1IrRer a apeter
peter er of Austria the t tb King of Spntn pata t tile
King KJ and Qneea of Portugal sad the
King < of Belgium This TIll te in I aceordanoe aceordanoewith aecDl aceordsnsewith DM
with the eardtaals rdbtar annual custom eutowTho customThe eue eueThe
The cardinal pouttteatod tHleated at t bigh JaIpat mass massat sassat
at the cathedral nal this morning Xev
William A FTetcher
preached the
ser sermen MrBtfHI tarwee
men acid Hajrdns Ha
Slxteeatb Mass
was wasBUHK WUHg wNswig
swig Hg W T the choir with orchestral acoaespeniisest
ac acHEBREWS aet aeHEBREWS
oaespeniisest oaespeniisestI oaespeniisestTUE t
HEBREWS I CELEBRATE CELEBRATETHE CELEBRATETHE
THE FEAST OF LIGHT LIGHTThe
The Feast of Lights Lip or as a It ia also alsocalled alsocalled Iao Iaotal
called tal tile Feast of Dedication or chan chanuhhah c cT ehasukkah
uhhah begs h W Tuesday T at sundown suMo aad aadwill sadwill
will 111 caaUaue eeatl for eight days d It te ceermesorstla cear cearmomoratlve c cUve
momoratlve Uve of the victory dOl of the Jewstwedor Jews Jewsunder Jew JewtN
under the U Maccabees M Mee over the AssyrianDuring Assyrian AssyrlaasDurhtg r1au r1auDta
During Dta Its If eoaUauaaee e U1IADM candles eaad are kept IneptIIghed
lighted I la I the homes One is lighted lightedthe III lightedthe
the nrat t night and another Is a aM added addedeach addedeach
each night so that oa tile eighth and andteat aadlut sadlast
teat sight t eight el elTJaI eaadles are hnraiag b t stag
This TJaI te symbolic of the cruse of Im Impollutad 1 lapollatiod
pollutad 011 > ell whteh w sccordlag 1 to tra tradltloa trar tray traydltlea
dltloa was feuarf r la the neaecratedj neaecratedjtmspk deaeeestedstd ted i iIl
tmspk std whjek 1lgbfed v h ed It gar elgJit elgJit4as otWdtpt I IIa
4as this nMcr Us ptlI11 sui s Uaa j
s ItI m9 m9I e e lliIJl8rt1lllt81
I I I c4 THOROUGH NEWSPAPER i iEXECUTIVE if tar tarEXECUTIVE
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EXECUTIVE OFFICE OFFICECOMMISSIONERS
I I o COrflSSIONERS COMMISSIONERS COM 1SS10NERS OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIAI COLUMBIA COLUMBIAThe COLUMBIAThe
I 1 The steB steady stun improvement ni 2ement in THiE THlJJ WASHINGTON TIMES is s a matter o of ofgeneral ofl oflgeneral f f9enei
general 9enei l remark and commendation It ts a tnproug thoroughneltospaperf n nJspaper and is is edited With wttltI wttfidiscrimination WithI
I i discrimination iYmrnat fon and ability a6sl I read it evety evt evening friti ttld great 9 seat interest and profit profite
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CHOICE OIEBEEF BEEF WITHIN WITHINPrice WITHINPURSE 1TL11 1TL11OFTHE
PURSE OF OFTHE THE POOR POORPrice POORPrice
Price Four Cents Lower LowerThan LjWfrTh LowerThan
Than Th in Sun Summer SunmerCHICAGO SummerCHICAGO mer merCHICAGO
CHICAGO Dee ahef Beef prices have bttivotaken havetaken YO YOft
taken ft a tumble sal ehoiee cuts are now nowwithin aowwltlalll wowwithin
within the reach of all allPrices allPrices n nPrieH
Prices art 1 ecnts a pound ad lower then thanis thenia taIII
ia the summer months tM and have ba been beentor bH bHtor beentor
tor ninety Q says days 7L tl the t retailers are aremalntninins aretlaa aremsIatslnias
malntninins tlaa the aid scale Ie they are sremulcting areletl aremwkting
mulcting letl their customers euot say ropresea ropreseatatlves r rtatln represestalives
tatlves tatln of ott the U packing house 110 Industries IndustriesTbc 11Idub1eeTIle IndustriesT
TIle T e rariges TII la all u sections of the UI big bigfeeding bledlstrlell bigfeeding
feeding districts aro pMattfally stocked stockedwith atoekfdwith stockedwith
with high grades P cattle tAU ad there 1s I ao aodanger 110aD sodanger
danger ef any aD scarcity relty for months to tocome toeocae tocome
come the packers ek say u The packers pacIt also alsosay alsosay 11Io 11Iothe
say the big drop in prices has not In I the theslightest tbeteet theslightest
slightest teet degree been be brought about by bythe bythe bythe
the Government Govera proceedings Pl1 agatae againstthe againstthealleged tile thealleged tileal1
alleged beef trust that Ute changes e forIbe for forthe f fI
the I H benent of the consumer are due d to tesupply tosuppl7aad tosupply
suppl7aad supply and ad demand causes ca exclusively exclusivelyAt exclnl exclnlAt
At the present cost said lei ArthurMaker Arthur ArthurMeeker lllr lllrMeeker
Meeker of Armour Ar Ara er ft Co the peer peercall man mancan mawewe
can better afford beef than ever er before beforeSince beler belerSlDee beforeSInce
Since about three months DIOIIt ago we w have havebeen haveHIS havebees
been HIS selling mq carcasses car a to retailers at atLlxMH AtHut atchettt
LlxMH Hut 4 cents a pound loss than U the coat coatPark cta catIs
a Is tile middle Wdle et Iw sptltreir sptltreirPork
Iware
Park jMd aed mtjUR lsnut tsi are areTJMtioa also aiaoTHft alsoita
TJMtioa THft ita oaiGirfar or tbe Crap te UM lower Met eeatof Metor seatof
of beef oa the Hoof We are now buy buying bQlac buytag ¬
tag cattle at i cents en per pound as com compared eumpared compared ¬
pared with S cents In the summerr
I dancing began a Tbe annual sent 1 ball la I IltIt1ota an antastttvtioa a ainstitution
institution ia which tile inmates of the tbeasylum theyl11111 theasylum
i asylum yl11111 take delight The wows w lMft in inparticular Int1tQ1ar inpct1eutar
particular t1tQ1ar i i8k ok forward w It It Itonly buns bunsonly
only 17 two hjars h h3w th s but It 1s I perhaps per the themost thet t tmost
most t interesting laterUn feature of the MetalIIle sociallife social sociallife
life of tile asylum 1
GLENS FALLS BUILDING BUILDINGDESTROYED BUILDINGDESTROYED
DESTROYED BY FIRE FIREPireaton FIREFireMon FIREFitemon
Pireaton Fight P2ara Ftnmea s in C Cold d and andDriving andDrtvlal andDeiviaX
Driving SaowatwiH SIMIW SnowstormLoss SnowstormLossSeee ermLOtJI ermLOtJIS ermLOtJIGLKK8 Lost LostGLKN8
S Seee SeeeGLiNS
GLKN8 FALLS K Y Y Dec K 16AJletIl 16AJletIlIfr Anoth Another ¬
er disastrous are a eniaillmc entat a teas of ettlale iii iiiN0 tf tfM
N0 M occurred this morning 1 In this vil village nhlte 1 1laae ¬
te lage lageThe
laaeThe The blaze started tart IB I the bulldink IWI own owned ow owed owned
ed by Frank Bymn B of New York city citysad ctt cttCor citysad
sad for a time the entire eal block was wasthreatened waatlareateDe4l wasthreatened
threatened In the coW sal driving drivingsnowstorm drivingswowstterm h hbleb
snowstorm which bleb prevailed the Bremen Bremenlabored lreaeabored Yemenlahored
labored bored zealously 1017 sad lId the blaze b was con confined COIIInH connned ¬
fined to the Byrne 87 building buildingMAYOR build betidingMAYOR I IMAYOR
MAYOR JOHNSON GIVES GIVESMONEY qIVBSMONEY GIVESMONEY
j MONEY TO EMPLOYESCLiViLAND EMPLOYES EMPLOYESCLBVHLAND EMPLOYESCLJCVIILND
CLBVHLAND Dec fLMayor Mayor John Johnson JoIaatenia Jobsson ¬
son yesterday tenia provided tile employes of ofrta oftax of1Is
rta tax bureau with lIi money for Christ Christrjas ChritI ChristTies
Ties I JU even though tlso their salaries es bad been beenstopped beentopped beenstopped
stopped by b aa Injunction J ac granted on the theground th ththat tbhgroaad
ground that money could not legally
be paid from the city treasury for the thesupport tlMIAIPPOrt thefpport
support of the bureau The mayor 7W paid paidafl
afl It L the ° sslarfa e ats < wa uNoht out ef IIIu k4 line
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ALLEGEO AlIEi ILEGEDPLITOSM ILEGEDPLITOSMLetter PLOT tiEA tiEAif TO STEAL STEALBENJ
BENJ HARRISONS if ifLetter BODY BODYLetter
Letter Tells Scheme Planned Plannedby Plannedby Plannedby
by ghoulsINDIANAPOL Ghouls GhoulsmDIANAPOUSr Ghoulsi GhoulsmDIAJUPO
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mDIAJUPO mDIANAPOUSr lM Dee AIRa AIRaletter 2Is la a aletter aletter
letter received ytatcraay kr the p police policemputrintsadent lk lksuperintendent lice liceI
I superintendent a smVUtcd lbedstory stery of Oc a plot plotto plotto
I to sob the grave ybf M toraet forner 11 President p pBealunla Preddeatieajataln PresidentBenjamin
Benjamin Harris llarrtsott wa na gives b0 r a man mannamed as asawed
I named awed Wallace lib and UM police policeare polkaare 11ft 11ftare
are now looking ffiF the writer wratr and are aret ar arIYestlpt areto
to t investigate IYestlptTM tb tbThe tbo jhatter jhatterThe
The letter Jettrta sUtedimst ste t Ruftts Rt Cantrel Cantrelnow ct Caatretnew l lI
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now under twttetipnt I t for fwup ntoaJIng a alarge
large somber berr of hapes ww to rob robPATe tax taxgrave thegrave
grave of tb tbe tJ exPtfMMeat exPaident and convey conveythe eo conveythe e elbe
the body bo to the lee of a toeat phy physician physician 1 1ICIAD ¬
sician A rumor of f ttatt y wan then to toput bo boput beput
put in eireulaU duUM etreulatInsd aeid after it itflrmed WM con COItttllled conArmed
flrmed by the U iniiitaj ef UM grave it itwas ItuppoMd Itwas
was supposed thasta tw t reward wouM WM be IMtoerered beoitered j joffered
offered by b the Af Afte AfNr a the LI reward rewardwas rewddered sewaCdwas
was offered tho t > lj w y ws wes eH a be taken takento takftlo tabs tabsto
to the country aad ait tnttad bjr Castrel Castrelwho ctntwbo Castrdwho
who would then tM ctHhn dt the reward rewardANARCHISTS rewartNARCHISTS rewardANARCHISTS
ANARCHISTS SENT BACK TO TOAMERICA TOAMERICA TOAMERICA
AMERICA FROM ROME ROMELONDON ROMELONDON ROMELONDON
LONDON Dees Dec 2t 35A > A dispatch to tethe tetheclard the Uiefttandard theStaadard
fttandard clard tr free rant < gm BW says that sev sevaral wrareb sevI
aral I acarcb acarcbGenoa arebtie taw flue flueta
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Genoa They were w Immediately Immedlattdaader placedunder placed placedunder
under police enrvellUnee rell and will be besent beMDt besent
sent back to America AiMrt
HOLIDAY Y BRIGHTNESS BRIGHTNESSPENETRATES BRIGHTNESSPENETRATES BRIGHTNESSPENETRATES
PENETRATES HOSPITALS HOSPITALSIn HOSPITALSEach
I I II
I In Each Each Instituton Patients Are Ar Given G ven Christmas ChristmasCheer ChristmsCheerFestival ChristmasCheerFestival
Cheer CheerFestival Festival for the Insane
r
I Christmas cheer toned ite way late latethe Iatoof Istothe
the hospitals of the city sad brongat brongateajujmsat brnghteaHymet
1 eajujmsat to taose there tlleNI esunnsd eadsdIs esunnsdIa
Ia I eaeh hospital there was at t least Ieaatilia11ft a asinner adtsoer
sinner of turkey and cranberry en7 sauce saucerf sauceet aee aeevl
vl rf which all lartot partook except esc those too tooill tooIII tooIll
ill for such ucla substantial attal food Special Specialprivileges SpectalprtTlJeps Specialprhlleges
privileges were w allowed wed visitors ton aad aadthe aadtile andthe
the lonely patients were greeted with withMerry wtkMelT withMerry
Merry Christmas Cbr wu by relatives and andeompsnteas aDdecMO sodeompastoas
eompsnteas ecMO of other days daysAt daysAt p pAt
At MM Government 00 Hospital for the tbeIrwae tM11uae
Irwae the real Christmas festival was waslast w wlut waslast
last night whoa the Lb aanual u1 entertainment entertain entertainment atertaaaat ¬
ment at was w given Ur UM assembly bI7 ball ballThere ballTt hallThere
er There Tt was a Mg tree with gifts for tbe tbelarge tbeJarp thelarge
large number aUIII of toamtes of the asylum asylumA Iu IuA
A band was w profteat aDd tbe sojouraers sojouraersat IIOjoarlerat
at St Elisabeths had a good limeAfter i11ReArter lime itweAfter
After tile exereiees eaet fees sad whoa w the last lastpackage 1tpcuae lastpackage
package bad been removed DIO from the thetree tiHItJM thetree
tree tile ball was w cleared of seats and
At the CMUreas OW Hospital UM UMaxemeat tan tanagemest a aapat
axemeat prepared a tree which the theyoung theyoung
young ones were 18 permitted penal to see at t 2 3oclock 2oclock 2oclock
oclock It was loaded with presentsand presents presentsand a aDd
and Dd brilliantly Jigbted ivory child cM cMtbe in intbe isthe
tbe institution lutlt was w remembered with wltJIgUt a agift agift
gift and real Joy relgaed 1811I until avealag avealagDinner deeslagDinner 1 1DI
Dinner DI consisting C fatla of the chief deli delicacies dellcaeIH dohleaeks ¬
cacies of tile season D will be served at t 6 6oclock IJoeklek 6oclock
oclock The T children of f this Institu Institution lutltatI Inetltutios ¬
tion tI many 7 of them Ute seriously Ill took a alively Itlively alively
lively interest late la I all U that occurred occurredAt GeearredAt occurredAt
At Providence Hospital there was lit little little littie ¬
tle de departure from routine Visitors Visitorswere VlsltontweN Visitorswere
were allowed In the wards w and rooms of oftbe ofOle ofthe
Ole patients tlD aDd many of the latter re received Neel received ¬
ceived eel gifts Christmas CIart dinner with wltbw asappropriate as asappropriate
appropriate w menu was served at the theusual theusual
usual 1 hour hourAt hoarAt hoerAt
At Columbian GarBoM alt George Georgetown 0 0tow OeorgStown ¬
tow town University UIlt Hospitals raettcal raetIcaltJr > > y
the same saw ae course was pursued Too much muchexcitement IIItICIaezeltt muckexeitemeat
excitement te not good 004 for the sick 1 and aadtills andthis
this Idea was predominant Int te the Christ Christmas ClartotJK08J8I0 Christass ¬
ass program Gifts Glftt sent in were give giveto gives givesto tv tvto
to Use pat pallet tents and such delicacies were wereallowed w wIIOW wereallowed
allowed as the judgment of the phy physicians pltdl physteleas ¬
sicians dictated dl tated j
SEVEN MEN KILLLED KILLLEDIN KI KftLLEDRasular LLLEO LLLEOIN
IN FREIGHT WRECK WRECKRegular WRECKRlCuJar
Regular and Extra Train Trai C Collide llide Near NearTriRldad NearTrinidad j jTrinidad
Trinidad Cel CelTR1XIDAD CelTIUKrDAD CelTRI1fiDAD
TR1XIDAD Ool Dee 85 85were iee ieewere aSe ea ass asswere
were killed ktll In a freight wreck wrocka one and anda anda
a half It mites 181I north of of f here an the Colo Colorado 0010rade Colorado ¬
rado and Southern lout Railroad mat night nightThe nightThe t tTIle
The dead were wereJ wereJ wereJ
J FOX simian tJ SrenwnJ
J i W MOLDTMAP IIOLIWIt mrtorw a tegular height fedaJltKI heightKlgo t tXUIIG
< KI XUIIG mil lt on 08kUEWw Msutor MsutorMcltERMiJTT rarlsrMCUERHlf
McltERMiJTT m brzkm hnkciaaa an txtn txtnKUMBK ntnEUtn eoaaKLMER
KUMBK MLIRCE ct CS easiestr MMCT ef extra extnFlmnas extraXlre tn tnPI
Flmnas PI Xlre s o 011 regular regularAabeaaaa
BtiibtaMa on regular ngulmrOBJBCT nplerOBJECT regularOBJECT
OBJECT TO EXEMPTION EXEMPTIONAIt j jAa
Aa adverse report has been sent to tothe toI tothe
I the Senate District Committee by the theDistrict Ut UtDlatrtet theDistrict
District Commissioners OoMaIlutoD rII Sn a 8ena4 he bill billNo binNo billNo
No Sill 11 To exempt boom taaatloncertain taxation taxationcertain tauUORcertain
certain praperty l of the Dau4 Daughters ters of the theAmerican tileAmerteaa taeAmericas
American Revolution OIUUOD in the District of ofColumbia eColubIa atColumbia
Columbia and of the American Institute Instituteof
of Architects Ardllt u The Board says that thatIt tltatIt thatIt
It has received re < elYed from tbe assessor aueeaortfIDfDt a astatement astatement
statement tfIDfDt to the effect that the amount amountof amountof ual ualof
of property in tbe District DItrl ± t exempted exemptedfrom exemptedfreIa exemptedtree
from taxation Is I valued Tal at t lO394 18ftft l 4 the thetaxes tbetaxH thetaxes
taxes oa which lalcb wcuM amount to f42JMt f42JMtper 1U 1Utbat 142 dIS dISper
per annum sad that the taxable tuabMtor basic basicfor basicfor
for un aaaida tt akIp i expenses te eonstastly 1 11IMl and andMaterially imitatlsrlally
Materially 1IMl tal1 rsduasd by such exemptteaia IPX Mpt
PHIUPPInE TARifF A AEnglan ASUBJECT A8UBJET
SUBJECT OF COMPlAINT COMPlAINTEn PAItT PAItTEnhglan
Englan En lanj and Germany Inti Intimate Intimate Intimate ¬
mate Bad Badraith BadraithEXPORT FaithEXPORT Faith FaithEXPORT
EXPORT DUTY ON HEMP HEMPAliuaet HEMPAJJaNt HEM HEMAttllnt P
Aliuaet PieaibWT Kate J te far Gany GanyB1Icmady G Gstsaan ca any anypsjfBjady Y YFacmedy r
psjfBjady Largest Lar llt Cooa Co Conssaic mr i i0wa IOpo IOpea
Opea Opo 0wa Deer a MythVlgsrous Myth MythVlgsrous yth ythvso
Vlgsrous protests have bean madeGreat made by byGreat byGreat
Great Britain and Dd Germany te the Slate SlateDepartment SlateDtputnant StateDcpsrtmest
Department against t the codes which the tbeUnited uU theUnited
United U lted States SU is pursuing pal In I t the the Phiil PWHp PWHppines IMUppi a aplies
pi pines in regard to export duties dutiesTmrae atlasThere tt ttTIwIe
There governments JUMltta charge that the theUnited thev theUnited
United v States 1Ita te acting contrary to Ms Msdeclared IbdeeNII Itsdeclared
declared policy of Ute opea door la a the theislands tMt theklaads
islands and they strongly 7 Intimate Ia lMae bad badfart 11MI haulfaits
faHJa fart en the part of the United UI 1 SlatThere States StatesThese atTJifte a
I These protests have been transmitted transelttedSenate to toUM totJte toand
UM theare Sonata Philippines Committee and aadar udto
ar are to be considered eIIIIIeI in connection with withtoe withthe tit tittM
toe Mil which has Its passed UM Howe to toreduce toI isradium
reduce the Ut PMlimHuu tart rUf f tons W 76east per pert er ertoo
east t to 15t 11f pa seat ec too Dingier DingiersehednJes Dfatd Dhtglsshedks Pery J y
i sehednJes sehednJesact
DJltv D1 an 1IelRB
hte Hem Hemact f <
rlRUpllQt frt7 1111 Ita Itaad baM4lr
act anwmg other rnnaa S igs IjafatiJ Igl ssed aa ezport ex exsort z zIIGIt
sort duty aa hantBv but this duty dut 1 to re remitted remtUcd remlttcd ¬
mitted where w UM hemp i Is brought tt to toCnik9 the theUnited Ielalk4f thefed
United States Stat and tt Is here admitted admittedfree admit admittree tLed fed fedcod
free of duty The TIIeeet effect of this te tha thalike that thatUM lhatUte fedt t
UM rope manufacturer in te United UnitedStates CltedState Cal CalStates cod
States obtains Ms Manila Ia hemp p about about75a outf15A t
f15A 7 75a x + per tea cheaper than his competi eowpetitor competitor eGlDpetttor ¬
tor in Bngrnnd and Germany Spain s earn earning ¬
lag in II under the most favored fa faela nation nationclause wa waclause tie
ela clause of the Paris Treaty Tt + eaty of Peace PeaceUte Peaceaccorded te teaccorded
accorded the Ute same privilege tllYI as a the theUnited tileUldt theUnited
United Uldt States 8t tes but neither MagianGraey Baglaad I Iaer7 nor
Geramny Is concerned e m fa that respect for
Spats to sot an ez extensive masefct masefctof IDalnttaetara IDalnttaetaraoC mar
oC rope
Germany In her ante DOt to the State Statet De Department ¬
partment t declares that she rests nestseikim her hereshfm
dd eshfm on tile principle ef equal treatment treatmentfor trahDeatfer treatmeuter t
for all 11 nations a principle whichj which w Jd the
j j j United States Stat has always always hertefore ta
jvoked I TOIted in Eastern Asia as well wellI as etee e ewhere lee
j I where ft TIle fact Is I cited that hemp MIa whl whlk which whichte wllieJai cb
i te exported to Germany pays ays aa ex extax export exporttax peri
tax of f 37 75 per UO 1 kilos Jd while witt DO ao tax t taiexacted te teexacted Ianaeted
exacted upon tile hemp seat t te leUnited tbe bealted
United alted States Statesverted StateaIn Rote RoteIS
In this wy Ute track In
hemp Is 11I 11Iverted dive
ve verted tted from England aad aadfare Germany Germanybe be ¬
fore Ole SpnntabAmericnn aJpa spas JMrkaa JMrkaars war tergo tergoporebaasrs hrpp hrpplye e epurebaser
porebaasrs rs of Manila illaal hemp hempter te the
United States Stat Germany asks that thatadvantages UM UMadvantages
advantages which the United UIIItedIae States tpee baa ha
be extended n te her herla herEsgieltmsw
EB Esgieltmsw I8ItUU1 Act ActIn Actin
In Kagmnd J1aa the matter was ANt ANtt Ira
brought t to Ute attention atten Jon of the tbetaeat x liver ver vernwnt r rseat
seat by the Association of Chambers of
Commerce Coanae of UM United Kingdom which whichaddressed wh whaddressed lalelt laleltreaM deb
addressed reaM the Marquis wq of Lmmdowne Lkttsdowiethe wae waethe en enthe
the subject The result was a note ad ¬
dressed to our State Department In I
which attention was w calipd called to the effect effecti doetwldeh effectwhich
i which tbe tax had upon the rope indus industry Inti Intitr7 ladetry ¬
try In Bnciand DeI and the fact that the
Manila hemp hemp which whle formerly went w t to toIa
England Ia is I now skipped lppe4 to manufactur manufacturers f 111 111II ¬
ers In the tit United Ualt States StntesSecretary t t1eeletai7 StatesAecretary
Secretary Hay diplomatically UcaIl7 referred referredthese referredthese
these protests to Secretary Root ItootOf because becausePhilippines beau beauof
Of the Slot t that tile 5OYeru er UN UNPlttllppfHII
Philippines Philipp ne comes directly dtreetl under 1 the
War Departments I tpanllleD authority Secretary
Root shitted Uteet tbe responsibility upon
Congress eoaar and 114I there It now w rente sad aadthe aMthe sadthe
the Republican leaden are struggling todud to toAnd toJbId
And a way out of tbe difficulty dtdcultyCREW difficultyCREW dleuIt7REW
CREW CREW REW THROWN INTO RIVER RIDERBY RIVERBY RIVERBY
BY UPSETTING OF TOWBOAT TOWBOATNumber TOWBOATNMBer TOWBOATNember
Number Drowned Not Kaewa KaewnBeata KaewnBeataBlake Beat BeatMake Nta NtaMake
Make Every BJhct Sort te Res Rescue R RI Re Reewe ¬
cue XciiPITTSBUIIG Men MenPITTSBURO MellPtTlSBURG
I
PITTSBURO Hi Dec nT Zk ZIoTIae The a tow towboat tewRlver
I boat Margaret a ripest I is u adkgheay
River 1 opposite the foot Nt of Blghth Street Streetyesterday Streetyesterday
I yesterday rtIa The entire crew was wuat OM beard beardat bardat
at the t time U of the accident How U Udrow away manyare awayare
are drowned drow te not yet et known knownBoats kwllJIoata knowsioata
Boats went at once to the U rescue aad aadall aadU andall
all U efforts e possible were made te t save savethe aayetbe savethe
the ace Just ho Not the t accident was wascaused w wNuMd wastamed
caused lu laaa s not been bee iarwedThe learned IIHICI Tbe boat boatis boatis t tIs
is owned by the U ReajBrs n Sand IaadIt Company CompanyIt
It has been used te Ieu taw send dredgebest dredge dredgeeats
best eats u and atItl a number of awn warn witty wittypled ant antlfad
Itl pled es K <
VENEZUELA LAUGHS LAUGHSAT LAUGHSAT LAUGHSAT
AT COAST BLOCKADE
TYPIGAL Gi RISTMAS RISTMASWEATHER
WEATHER PrtEOI r t tClear TEO TEOClear
Clear Skies Will Prevail PrevailThroughout PrevanThroughout PrevailThr
Thr Throughout out Holidays HolidaysThe
The slight ten of c maw n w last tight tightearly M aIPttWa nt and andettr
early tWa lIte which Oise M t tsty lie lieeICF
sty ft tynfestl I ChiMlmai all 11t ntttrv will wtltend witttWuer willpeed tans
peed end further tWuer netfosi actin tor at least forty tortydlsjkt fert7IaOerII fortydfight
dlsjkt hosm neeerdinc to Us t reports ef efthe efMt offit
the fit Weather w lr Bnrenn BnrennAlthsMgit as asAtithswgb
AlthsMgit tho storm was lOt a serious seriousno seriouswe rlous rlousIt
we no It was raslelent in 1 cloak the city cluportnnt cllfa cityit
fa a wile wIlke mantle the adding aD Im ImIeItaId insprtart
portnnt feMsw hats of f the th day 7 For or years yearsand 7 yea yeasad n ne
and yonm ysse snow e raw awl Christmas rataaa have always al alwmyn 111wa
ways wa bee been it snswlnted Jr hd s sad the cubes cubes9eent subsequent ubleqaeat ¬
quent nsjsssmJn L1 a ilMt t the tolling faU flak flakcans Hakes lakescauae
cause is o dlseatlred Ir nenwtted aed by UM cheer which whichIt whic whictt h
It brfg brfgThere brtan
ItT
T There woo a fall last Igbt i Bt t of aboul aboultwo sboutwo bout bouttwo t
two or three t Inches merely mefty enough t to tocover toeoftI U Uover
cover the ground romtd with a thIn layer myer Be Before Ber Before ¬
fore woes today tbe gray ominouslook ominouslooklac OIDInoulooklac ominouslookfag
lac clouds c broke and Dd the storm disap dieappealed disappeared dl p ppea ¬
pealed pea TIle Tk weather weatla r tonight sad to torrow toIOW
morrow rrow to scheduled to be clear a aeMer an aneoIdeP n ncolder ad <
eoIdeP colder From present indications clear clearskies clearwin
skies win prevail tnranchont the boll bolinys bollIII inletdays
days daysIn nys nysla
la tile Western States the rail of ano anohas snow snowhas dOWI w
has been rather heavy IlIAd has delayed delayedtrain delyedtr1D delayecysts d
train service la I the mountainous ountaloo regions regionsla regionbIs loo looI
la I fact t railroad traffic is always 1021 more or orless o olea s
less delayed 7 at t this Ual season aBOa of the year yearboa yea r
because boa of the heavy traffic and express expressAs exprns1MI1IU expressAs
As a result of the storm however ad additional adlJUOIIeveaee adg1Jossl ¬
ditional inconveceace is caused by slippert slip aUpPft7
pert rails rat Trains from tbe West est for forWashington fOJWulalllltOa fo foWashington a
Washington reached here h from froaIle ten min minI
I ntes to four or five hears behind bind ached achedule chedule achedule
ule time last night and this llal morning The Thelocal Thelocal Th e
local storm which went no farther than thanVirginia tbanVlrelDa tha thaVirginia n
Virginia had BO serious effect on rail rsilroad railroad railroad
road trsmc trsmcIH tn tnMANY
MANY p PLBSIIMS RSnNS INJURED INJUREDm
IH m TiFE THREE C L TRAIN TRAI 1ECB 1ECBPennsylvania WRtCKPennvlv REU
Pennsylvania Pennvlv tnia Limited Tels Tele Telescopes ¬
scopes an Accommodaton AccommodatonPrTTSBURG AccommodatonPlTBBURO
PrTTSBURG Pa Dee if 25 5 + Tae Par Panavsylvanla Pql
sylvanla ql Laatteo4 Limited a running ar arerullled hour buttcrashed late latecrashed
crashed Into tile rear end of tile Loos Loosdale LNacCIItWa
doe dale accommodation acohttstodsttoa at Qnakar Q R ft Valley ValleyStation y apes
Station s telescoping wi upt tile smaller trait tralaand traIatt
and carryiaglt tt along slmaat bait ltd alast a aJut stile ariletest
test le s t evenLig evenLigOf eYODLcOf
Of the many ptwa perseas rs injured the theseriously Iksss t tMJIogeIJ
seriously burt were wereCbarlea we weCIIUIa
Charles Hopkins Bo at atw Taepiale badly j jmangled
mangled w and win willJolul Me MeJohn dieJobs
John D Carson Cia of t Sewicklsy Sewicklsybroken 1ewIe 1ewIebrok 10o
broken brok and badly cat catJobn C1ItJoba
Job Jobn Joba Strttsmeyer rttneeyot of oflep NewcaaUe ootb ootblegs
legs fractured fneture4H
H H T Potter PotterOle bralaoa sad oat aaovt abostthe aaovttbe
Ole head headM headT ea4 ea4X
M T Jajreo Losadsje IAI right rIaMC8t lag legaadhadty brohea broheaand
and aadhadty badly eat C8tTIle by flay flayTbo i iTko
Tko limited was s ss ssthat Iet at tlatts sd sdthat t ttbat
that the ftraat of tan U UIe4 engtne was dte I Iabted
abted abtedLOUISVILLJC Ie4L011I8V1LLII bled
LOUISVILLJC Kv Doc tf fiBitz fiBitzsons u Six per persons
sons were injured several 1 of them themseriously t tRnet7 thou thousectons
sectons seriously y In n collision betwon bet aa eleetrio elee electric eleetrIe ¬
trio ear and Big Four freight trala tralaoa t ttrat ton
oa a trestle trat here some time before day daybreak ¬
break breakThe
Th The e electric car was thrown from tbe tbetrestle tllootle t > w j
trestle w tbegrouad a distance of eight eighteen t tteet ¬
con feet The collision cell was due to tomWderateadtg a aniliunderstamUni
niliunderstamUni I 11 hrataadlq of situate fgoal
KOGBKS Neb Dec 36 aAaacI aA A dawn pas peamprs passengers ¬
sengers sad trainmen trat were werecoillaloa injured la laa isa
a collision between bet tile Colorado Special st Sped Spedsad Specialand
and a freight t llbt train on the Union U Pa Padac Padtk Padde
dac Railroad here before dawn today todayThe 1OIIa7Tbe todayThe
The freight eastbound tbound was w about to totake tot totake
take t e a siding when W D the passenger train trainwestbound tral tralwestbou trainwestbound
westbound d crashed into It headon headosI headosUDA headonAWAIT bea4OLAWAIT
AWAIT I DECISION IN INA INA
A 750 750000 ESTATE ESTATEMBDIA
I J p w sa saInXDfA
InXDfA Pa Dec 25 2bMudge Judce Judge Johnson Johaeoqhas Johnsonhas JoIaIaaQbefore
has before him the testimony tstlmon and aDdbeard has hasbeard Databeard
beard the argument from which wble he hedter must meatdetermine mustdetermine
determine dter whether or DOt ht h > will 11 grant grantan grantan t taa
an Issue on the estate of BmeMne De Desbong Deshong
sbong who left 7MMO 7MMOThe 118 118Tbe 7NNOThe
Ibone The greater bulk of the t estate was wasleft waawrt wasleft
left to Clarence aDd Alfred AI AIUle Dishing Deahaagtbe Dishingthe
the daughter Mrs Louise D Wood Woodbridge
I bridge being bel cut off with fTaow neeeeMrs fTaowMrs it itIn
Mrs Woodbridge contends that Alfred Alfredpoisoned AIfIoetpolllDaed Anibalpohsoaaed
poisoned her mothers mother mind against qaataM hertoad bar barand
aM she uk asked that aa issue lie granted grantedsad Q4 Q4aM
and the tI facts Cact heard before a JuryJolm Jury JuryJohn juryJolm
John Jolm G Johnson O R Dlckiasoa aad aadW aadW andw
W Roger hlroaede1d roaeneld ro represent Mrs MrsWoodbridge JInWoodWIcIp rs rsWoodbridge
Woodbridge and William B B BJolm Broomall BroomallV ErnaailJohn
John B Hanuem IIaDMua and V OUpiaso Qilpia Robin Robiason Robinson
son so the will and UM Deshong boys boyslrs MpJ8 boy boyann
J8 > lrs WoodmHag alleacathat ally I tW aha die4epz11IiI4 wasdeprlrsd was wasdeprived
deprived of f seeing her mother after an the thedeath UI UIdatk ibedeath
death of her brother John O OIJr n Daahmaf r rJr = =
IJr Jr who left a large estate taieP wh weah was
tnJieritod hy e1tmedil the P moOMr 3ie Mrs deeps
DIMIIt t
I German Paper Says Mere MereDrastic MereDrastic MoreDrastic
Drastic Drastic Measure MeasureAlcne Acne Will WillCause WillCause WillCause
Cause Digress in in Repub Republie RepubUe RePubtic
lie and Bring It to TermsRebels Terms TermsRebels TermebeJs
Rebels ebeJs Reply to Castro That ThatGen Th1tGen ThatGen
Gen Mates ilat s Alone I > Caps Capjbte Capltie
tie 1 of Dealing With the thei theSituation
i Situation SituationDutch SituationDutch
Dutch Steamer Refuses uses to toPay toPay toPay
Pay Port Dues Duesat at La Guam Guamand GU31rJnd Guairaand
and nd Departs President PresidentHas PresidentHas PresidentHas
Has Reached No Decision DecisionBERLIN DecIsionBULIN
I BERLIN Dec 26 5Tbf Tbe Lokalarzr LokAlaruF Lokalarznleer s sger
leer prints lat8 a La Gasira dlspaN dispatch s tatini tatinithat tati tatitllat
that Jt is I s confirmed CODII flI oa all sides that th threvolution lhatton the therevetution
revolution atton is I making progress Pro leII < Th Thmovement Thnt
movement movement nt however lacks unity anti ia iawithout iswl i9without
without wl aoat a leader7Ne leader leaderThe 1tadlrtlw
The dispatch adds that i it seem seemaearcely flNOfIKaIetly seemelwedly
aearcely possible that th the < > blockade > willproduce will willproduce jd jdptod
produce ptod e hunger and distress in the routtry rout country COllitry ¬
try Therefore months may ml pawl pa s before beforedtseoaicnt b beforedtscoateat roro rorodlBeOntfDt
dtseoaicnt gain galas sufficient avIld at strength Itr a51h lu lucause luca
cause ca President ldeDl Castros deposition depositionMore dr hpoaIUonMore posttton posttton1lion
1lion More drastic draati < measure un would soon soonachieve bOO a ulaebiwe
I achieve aelal this tbi end nd It la I Castro alone who whoopposes whoopposes h <
opposes the payment of VcaezueL VcaezueLdebts Venezuelas Venezuelasdebts lil tlts tltsdebts
IOppoeeB debts debtsThe debtsblottadt
The blockade principally in Injures j area tli tlifcreign htonfgn h
fcreign comoiercial commurity commurt T TVenrruelaas T1 T1V >
I V Venezuelan DeBUlanl scarcely sa l speak of it 1h 1hminister ThmlaJttr >
minister of forcicn forcl + affirs fairs laughs lauJ ba at i I
I 1 i He considers i ifluous ncasmes fuurp or defen detenv RtI suprr suprrIluotta r rIlluou
fluous but declares ded rM thqt tht landing parts partifrodt partsirorh
I frodt tbe warships ar bipe would be mo most t detr detrminedly dptprmlDedl det r rmtnedly
minedly mlDedl resistrd resistrdj
I j j The Th e levies lene Initiated by the tb governmeir governmeiri
i are mostly carried out by methods m mrtbodacompulsion tllods of ofCompulsion r
j loompulsloD Compulsion that are intended d to assi assithe assithe <
I the antirerolutloaary struggle Itrt < de iiibeasts Ml Mlbeasts 11bear
beasts bear of burden burd T1 including those beloni belonilog bt l m mlog
log to Geranns have been re reqLlla1t1oDj reqLlla1t1oDjb iiisltion iiisltionby < 1
by b the government K vtrnment They are require requirefor lfQuirpor requirefor
for or the t transportation of ammunition ammunitionand ammunitivuand mmunitouaDd
and food supplies suppliesj suppliesRdBSLS uPtllie8I
I j JBtBBLS SAY MATOS ATOS ALONECAl ALONE ALONECAK ALONECAJr
CAK CAl DHAL WITH SITUATION SITUATIONVenexuelaa SITtJA TIOl TIOlii
WIftit3i3TSvi ao Dee ii 2T 2TVenezuelan I IVeaesuelaa
Venezuelan innorgents have replied repliedPresident rpUcdPreeJdent sepUcdPresident < >
President Castro aslro Invitation to combii combiiith comb combItb combitith <
ith tile government K yernnt against the theof ecpn f < cpm i i iof vof
of Venezuela saying q7ln General Matos is isthe 5 5tile sthe
the only Venezuelan leader who is t ca capable cagable a able ¬
gable ble of dealing with fire situation situationDUTCH sltuatioDDUTCH situationDUTCH
DUTCH STEAXXS ARRIVES ARR1 ES AT ATLA ATLA ATLA
LA GUAIRA AND DEPARTS DEPARTSLONDON DEPARTSLONOOX
LONDON Dee e 25 2bi A dispatch fro froLa rroLa
La Guaira Qualm says the Dutch steamer ar er rrii rriiWillem rrLll rrLllWUlem i I c cWillem
Willem arrived there tiler yesterday yesterdayTbe 1clltErdaTIle
TIle usual formalities were ere observe observeThe obsernThe f
The agent refused refu to pay the th < port rillS duesand du rillSand < s sand
and the steamer sailed for Trini TrinItJ TrinItJ1I1IbCut < lu4 lu4without
without communicating with ith th t 11 shore shoreGERMAN shoreiRXA11
I GERMAN < CRUISES t PREPARING PREPARINGTO
TO GO TO VENEZUELA VENEZUELAWCtUV VENEZUELAJ1IcWX VENEZUELAIsEtux
WCtUV Dee De 5It 25 It Is reported thai thaitbe thlllthe
the cruiser Superba St erba is i preparing it itKiel t t taad tKill
Kiel sad that she will sail fur Veue Veuemwm Vt > ut utt
mwm at t the end nd of the month monthRtSHMSHT monthPL monthP
RtSHMSHT PL P rDDT < EtfT HAS MOT YET YETACCEPTED YETACCEPTAD YETACCEPTiD
ACCEPTED AS ARBITRATOR APBITRATORSecretary ARBITRATOR8ecretuy ARBITRATORSecretary
Secretary of State Hay Ha was as a tiller fr r rUrn 1 1t
Urn White Whit House Hou < e today After bis bispas d dprtae < 10 10JeItWte
pas JeItWte tun it wa was aanonnce aaDOU announced < 1 that bat his vi vibad vibear11 vir virh
bad h a bearing oa tile Venezuelan Ven Veneza Z 1IIiD < lan sIrna sIrnatlen sltv sltvUcn I IUca
Ucn but that the President Presld nt had as > treached t ireached telled
reached no dcdai det iainw a rela lelatii c > tbe qut quttloa qUltloa Vuttba
tloa of arbitration and nd that he was s siiii siiiiia slidia stiltIn
ia correspondence COIT SpODdf with th the po powm powmAddtUenal pnw rs rsAddlUcnal
AddlUcnal details could oullt not at tin tinbe tilLtl tlutime
tl time be made public Mr tr Hay said saidTffGliLD saidWOULD
WOULD QULD SOLVE LABOR U80RPROBLEM LABDRPROBLEM
PROBLEM IN HAWAII 1
Thew Thomas Fortune Would Cotarixe W Wi WiTma WiTn i iire
Tn Tma Southern Kegro KegroHONOMUU lIegoIIONOIJW NegoHoNOLtLU
HONOMUU Dee ii l laThomas Thomas For Fortuae IorMIOI I or orhe
he tuae ae appointed MIOI by Secretary Shaw to in investigate intntlpte investigate ¬
vestigate the conditions to lhwaii Ba ali and anithe andUIIe anlthe
the PhUlppiaes has arrived an1 here t In Inl an aninterview n ninterview I
interview 111 he said saidI
I believe belIeTe that tile k Isanartatfoa eriation on of the thrtrue tb tbtne thetrue
true MCN aiigro rage late Hawaii Ha forms f a natural naturalsolutten Datu naturIelution I IlatIIIe
elution latIIIe of f the labor laborm problem in tbt theislands tbttehwsh tbtlaluft
islands tehwshHe laluftRe islandsHe
He expressed the belief ibai a atabor ata1Mw alabor
tabor needed could be secured it tih tihsort t tIIOIt tbt tbtsort
sort of agents were seat to the thtStatee s sStates w wState
States Thte tttcscstha sit wtx = has if ifmuch n n8IDCIa nmacb
much favor here and UICIlt it te py pleiarl pleiarlas > u4 u4MI al alOIJIDbed
MI organized effort will be ns1ocare matiu matiucure 1Mtl 1Mtleve
cure negro laborers laborersTRAM laborersTRAIM boftor boftorTRAIN
TRAM STRIKES BY BYKttLS B ftGY ftGYKILLS Yv YvKILLS
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ea s Std stiIIA Alive AttwaBUFFALO iw iwBUJIIIALO AliveBUPPALO
BUFFALO N Y Dee K J5Thi J5Thitnt 35Tailag TUi TUitag
tag train tnt No MC on the Peens PeensKattroad PinsRailroad n nwIat
Railroad which wIat left BvOaln BvOalnoclock BdaooeloeII Bainoclock
oclock struck a buggy at ata ataI a c cs ca
s Bbihleys about two adios sr srEaat scEut srEast
East Aurora A The Tb rig contain containboys oettalnboys T1 T1bop
boys sorb each oldest fifteen piers n nbvggy ofbaggy I Iu
baggy was amaahni bed tin bs hers ily i
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