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Rain or snow and colder coldertonight I f I IRain IT IS THERE TODAY TODA Y I IIso Jto
tonight to ight and tomorrow tomorrowbrisk t morrow I m arb IJ l t U1 rtJ rtl Iso matter what your want may ti be you will willfind =
brisk tn on tm find some means of satisfying it it you search searchTodays a abrisk
northerly winds I D p Todays Want PagesNUMBER Pages PagesNUMBER
Childhood Awoke A voke From FromDreams FromDreams FromDreams
Dreams to Reality of ofPresents ofPresents ofPresents
Presents PresentsYULETIDE PresentsYULETIDE PresentsYULETIDE
Churches Open Offices OfficesClosed OfficesClosed OfficesClosed
Closed President Happy Happyand Happyan Happyand
and an People Rejoicing RejoicingIn
In the gray dawn of the early earl morn mornIng mornIng mornIng
Ing when the great city which Is the thecapital thecapital thecapttal
capital of the nation lay la ay quiet and andasleep andasleep andasleep
asleep undisturbed by by the rattle of a anoisy anoisy anoisy
noisy milk chariot In the distance the therumbling th thrumbling theziimbllng
rumbling of or the th bakers brougham or the theshrill theshrill theabril
shrill call of the chanticleer over on the theVirginia theVirginia theVirginia
Virginia shore a huge automobile with withtrinkets withtrInkets withtrinkets
trinkets and games and confections and andall andall andall
all the products of toyland and guided guidedby guidedby guidedby
by the firm hand of a whitebearded whltebeardedold whltebeardedoldcltizen whltebeardedohcitizen old oldcitizen
citizen glided swlftly slftl up the Avenue AvenueIt AvenueIt AvenueIt
It turned into a numbered street and andsuddenly andsudden andsuddenly
suddenly sudden came to a stop In front fron of ofa ofa ofa
a a home where the evening before a apair apall apair
pair of bright little eyes might have havebeen haebeen havebeen
been seen peeping out Into the dark darkness darkness darkness ¬
ness The eyes now lay closed In slum slumber slumI slumber
ber berWith
With silent tread f for or his feet to t were weremuffled wcremuffied weremuffled
muffled with softest wool and in a man manner manner manncr ¬
ner most mysterious the whitebearded whitebeardedIndividual whitebearded whitebeardedIndhldual whiteboardedIndividual
Individual entered He might have been beena
a burglar but If so he was a welcome welcomeone welcomeone welcomeone
one He entered bearing box boxes s and andbags andbags andbags
bags and sacks cks but he emerged with withnone withnone withnone
none noneTn noneIn noneIn
In an Instant he bewaa Tvaa again In his hiselectric hiselectrIc hiselectric
electric Vehicle and speeding away awayHere awayHere awayHere
Here and there thor it seemed at almost almostevery atmostVCr almostevery
every VCr house houseS he stopped but for a period periodof periodof periodof
of time so short as to be well nigh nighIncalculable nighIncalculable nigh1ncaIeulable
Incalculable IncalculableThen IncalculableThln 1ncaIeulableThen
Then bo no was gone and no one could couldtoll couldtll couldtell
toll where any more than they the could couldguess couldguess couldguess
guess the place from whence he came cameFinding cameFinding cameFinding
Finding the Stocking StockingBut StockingBut StockingBut
But ho had no sooner sooner oner vanished than thanchildhood thanhUdhood thirnebtidhood
childhood < Washington awoke awoke from Its Itsdream Itsdream itsdream
dream And nd myth of Santa antaC1au Claus Clautot Clautotrealization tc t trpaUz Jjig Jjigrealization
realization rpaUz tl nor of the unquestionable uriquestfon ble fact factthat tactthat factthat
that this was Christmas morning for forthe fortbp forthe
the stocking suspended from the man mantH mantl mantel
tH piece on the night before had been beenfilled beenfilled beenfilled
filled to overflowing so full in fact factthat factthat factthat
that many of the gifts had to be placed placedupon placedupon placedupon
upon the floor beside the hanging
hosiery hosieryThe hoslerjThe hosieryThe
The silent mysterious quickly vanish vanishing vanishIng vanishIng ¬
ing old gentleman In the th automobile was wasKriss wasKrIss wasKriss
Kriss Kringle There could be no doubt doubtof aoubtot iloubtof
of that for there were the beautiful beautifulpresents beautlrulprpscnts beautifulpresents
presents ho h had brought broughtAn br brughtAn ught ughtAn
An UptoDate Santa SantaSanta SantaSanta SantaSanta
Santa may be old and gray gra but he Is Isstill IsstIU isstill
still lithe and agUe and moreover up uptodate uptodate uptodate
todate For this clime he has discard discarded dlscardd discarded ¬
ed d the old fashioned sleigh and string stringof strIngof stringof
of fleetfooted reindeer for the more moremodern moremooern moremodern
modern auto His sealskin coat and fur furcap furap furcap
cap < ap are preserved p crved in moth balls and andhe andhe andhe
he now makes his rounds clad in a rag ragIan rugIan raglan
Ian of latest pattern and wears an opera operahat opembat operahat
hat but he is still to the little ones the thesamp thlsame thesame
same > dear old fellow with rosy cheeks cheeksa
a red rrdnose nose and an unlimited supply of oftoys oftos oftoys
toys and dolls and candy and all the thegood thegood thegood
good things which hlch delight the small folk folkas folkns folkas
as he was in the days of yore ore when th thnow thp thpnow thnow
now old bald pate was young and anddreamed anddreamed anddreamed
dreamed the most delightful dream of ofchildhoods ofhl1dhoods ofchildhoods
childhoods < innocence the dream of the themythical thomthlcal themythical
mythical Santa Claus ClausThe ClausThe ClausThe
The Christmas Spirit SpiritFor SpiritFor SpiritFor
For weeks Washington hog been pre preparing preparIng Dreparing ¬
paring for this day as 1ft it5 does do every everyyear e eVeryyearbut ry ryparbut
year yearbut parbut but Washington Is no different differentfrom dlttornnttrom differentfrom
from any other city whose citizens ac accept aopt soecpt ¬
cept pt the doctrine taught by Him Him who In InBethlehem InBtthlehcm InBethlehem
Bethlehem of Judea was born 1901 years yearsago yearsago yearsago
ago Tho fruition of all th the effort put putforth putforth putforth
forth for the past month or six weeks weeksto weeksto weeksto
to mako makothhr > thls day the most joyouRof nil nilthe allthe 11 11the
the year oor is fully realized today todayEverywhere todayE todayEverywboro
Everywhere E rywhoro the spirit of Yuletide Yulotldeprevails Yuletideprevnllo Yuletideprevalla
prevails tho very 01 atmosphere Is today todayfilled todayt11f todayUhed
filled t11f > d with It It is echoed in tho shouts shoutsand shoutsand shoutsand
and laughter of merry merr children it Is re reflected refiNted refheeted ¬
flected In the smiling countenance of ofolder otolder ofolder
older parsons It Is Illustrated by decor decorations dooora decorations ¬
ations a lions of holt holly and mistletoe and ever evergreen eorgreon evergreen ¬
green wreaths hanging In the windows wlndownof
of o cheery cheer homo trees glistening with withtinsel withtinsel withtinsel
tinsel nnd = nd with 1th boughs laden tadenWfth with gifts giftsstanding gUtsstandink giftsstandin
standing standin In a corner of the parlor It t i ievident ha haevident isevident
evident from the depicted shops and andtare andlaurc andure
tare ure counters of the retail stores and andthe andth andthe
the th bursting coffers of merchantmen it itexudes IteXUdM itexudes
exudes from the culinary department of ofth otth ofth
th housahqld from rem whoncccome whoneo comes th thappetizing the theappptlzing theappetizingaromn
appetizing appetizingaromn aroma ar IJ1 of tho bountiful Chriiit Chriiitmis OhrhitD1UI Christfl
mis fl dinner It Is apparent 8p nt In the relai relaiOontlnuod relaxOenttnuoo relaidntlni
Oontlnuod dntlni d on Second Page PageWEATHER P4 PageWEATHER 1 1IIJEATHER
There will ill be a cold wave uve tomorrow In Intho Inth inthe
the th lake rojiloii the upper Ohio valley vnllc vnllcIntrior
interior New York and ml Pennsylvania Pennsylvaniaexcept Ponnshtlnhtttept Pennsylvaniaeept
except In the southeast southe st portion It will willbe willbo willlx
be much colder tomorrow throughout throughputtho throughoutthe
the eastern half of o th the country and andcolder andIllder andcider
colder in the Missouri valley alloy and the themiddle themiddle themiddle
middle and southern outh m slope lopet In the theupper thetpper thetpper
tpper lake 18k region and upper Mississippi Mississippivalley MisaiaeppIvalley 1I511bsetpplalllY
valley cold weather will continue continueTEMPER1TUR continueTEMPERATTJrta
9 95 a m 4 4TUB
12 1 noon 10 g
1 p m m4 4 4lBS
Sun se jJ today cU p ml m
Sun rises tomorrow 717 11 h7 a m mf mI mr
I 4
High tide today lioi n m in311gb
High tldd tomorrowI2l tomorrow 1 n m 3246 6 p m
Low tide tomorrow tOntorrowG5t 054 m n 7 7O 0 p m intt
Ofyo Statesman m Fair Health Hea z Despite Journey JOlrlle From FromNew PromNewY FromZewYork
New NewY ZewYork Yorr ork Against Advice of Physicians Phsici ns
CLEVELAND Ohio Dec 23 25na 25nator 25Senator Sena Senator ¬
tor Hanna arrived here about 3 oclock oclockyesterday oclockesterday oclockyesterday
yesterday afternoon en the Lake Shore ShoreLimited ShoreLimited ShoreLimited
Limited He was drlwm driven Immediately Immediatelyto
to his Lake Avenue A idence SidenooLast sidencoLast idenceLast
Last night it was stUd at the Hanna Hannahome 1tnnahome i nna nnahome
home that while the thttSenator Senator is not in invery Inver3good invery
very ver3good good physical condition he stood stoodthe stoodthe stoodthe
the long journey fairly well Mr Hanna Hannamade Hannamade Hannamade
made the trip much a aG against pains lnlt t the advice adviceof adviceof adviceof
of New York physicians He was de deTHE deJOY dcjoy
Festivities of the Children ChildrenMark Chtldreunarl ChildrenMark
Mark Celebration CelebrationATTENDS CelebrationATTENDS CdebrationATTENDS
May Take Horseback Ride Later LaterChildrens LaterChildrens LaterChildrens
Childrens Party Plans for To Tomorrow Tomorrow Tomorrow ¬
morrow Repeat History HistoryPresident HiJtoryPresident HitoryPresident
President RoqseVclts Roosevelts Christmas Day Daywas Daywasa Daywas
was wasa a varied arled one ne He did not go to tochurch tochurch tochurch
church but remained In the Mansion Mansionwith lIansonwith Mansonwith
with his family until 11 oclock sharing sharingIn
In their enjoyment of the distribution distributionof
of gifts At that hour he went to the theexecutive theexecutive theexecutive
executive offices and spent threequar threequarters threequartels threequarters ¬
ters of an hour dictating official corres correspondence correspondence correspondence ¬
pondence pondenceShortly pondenceShortlj pondenceShortly
Shortly before noon the President left leftthe leCtthe leftthe
the White House ard went JO o the Con Connecticut Connecticut Connecticut ¬
necticut Avenue ho hone he of Senator Hoar Hoarof Hoaror Hoarof
of Massachusettts to attend the fu funeraj funeral Inneral
neral services of Mrs oIlS Hoar who died diedsuddenly diedsuddenb diedsuddenly
suddenly yesterday yesterdayThis yesterdayThis yesterdayThis
This afternoon if f the weather w ather Is Isnot Isnot isnot
not too inclement the President ex expeats eXpeots cxpeots
peots to take a a long horseback ride rideArchies rideArchies rideArchies
Archies Great Hit HitArchie HitArchie HitArchle
Archie Archie Roosevelts Christmas tree treeproved treepr treeprovd
proved pr ved the success succ s lie had anticipated anticipatedHo
Ho spent milch n leh time yesterday putting puttingthe puttingthe puttingthe
the finishing touches on it in the sew sewing sewIng sewlag ¬
ing room It was laden with gifts for forother Corother or orotliCt
other members of the family tamll and for fora fora fora
a few of his particular particularfriouds friends It t was W washot s s1ot
Rot the Intention Pt ot f Mrs 1lp RObr3tL RObr3tLhave Rdor R Rave 1 1JUchie
have ave a a Camll family rIstmns t tArchie tArchle
Archie Archle concluded one on dn some someindispensable someindispensable someIndispensable
indispensable indispensable and nrr nrron air tlfron airon >
on his own account accounted acc t tcd ted
ed to see see the tree treewhen tre trewhen treewhen
when he was ready readyQuontm rend rendQuontIn > yed yeddture Cd CdQuontin
QuontIn who has haswngon haswagon dture dtureias aturewagon
wagon six or sew sewin so J JIn ias put putr putIn
In an application f L j j jfor r d hopes hopesuest hoptsfor hopesfor
for an early earl granting df If h hs guest uest by byhis byHistory byhis byhis
his father fatherCopies fatherCopies fatherCopies
Copies of The Strenuous Life and andothers andothers andothers
others of the President Presldentp books ooks all albearing allbearing allbearing
bearing his autograph wore amtJng am amd g 1h 1hgltts the thegifts thigifts
gifts presented by him to the unmarried unmarriedemployes unmarrIedemplojcs unmarriedemployes
employes at the White House offices officesGayety officesGayety officesGayet
Gayety Gayet for Young Folks FolksThe FolksThe FolksThe
The young oung people are ur holding full fullsway fullsrny fullsway
sway In the Executive Mansion today todayMiss todayMlS5 todayMiss
Miss Roosevelt returned last evening eveningfrom eveningfrom eveningfrom
from New York and all the nj 11ombpre 11ombpreor mb T8 T8of
of the family are home for the holidays holidaysTheodore hoJldasTheodore holidaysTheodore
Theodore Jr and Kermit returned returnedfrom returnedfrom returnedfrom
from Groton School several days ago agoSeveral agoSeveral agoSeveral
Several of the relatives of the Presi President Prosldent President ¬
dent are guests of the family am 11 Miss MissCarow MissCarow MlssCaro
Carow Caro Mrs Roosevelts sister Is In Included Included included ¬
cluded In the house party part The five fiveMisses fiveMisses fiveMisses
Misses Roosevelt oT o N New > w York will willarrive willarrIve willarrive
arrive later They Thc will attend the din dinner dinner dinner ¬
ner New Year night thjf th party includ including IncludIng including ¬
ing Helen Christine Dorothy Eleanor Eleanorand Eleanorand Eleanorand
and Pansy Pans Roosevelt RooseveltAll Roosevelt RooseveltAn RooseveltAll
All preparations are complete for the theChristmas theChristmas theChristmas
Christmas party which Mrs Roosevelt Roosevelthas Roosevelthas Roosevelthas
has planned for or tomorrow afternoon afternoonfrom afternoonfrom afternoonfrom
from 4 I to 630 oclock About GOO chil children chlldron chiidron ¬
dron have received invitations Miss MissRoosevelt MissRoosevelt MissRoosevelt
Roosevelt will follow the childrens childrensparty chlldrenspart childrensparty
party part with a small dance of her own ownthis ownthis ownthis
this being the first time the White WhiteHouse WhiteHouse VhlteHouse
House has been the scene scon of a ball ballsince bantlnce ballsince
since her comingout party part two wo winters wintersyed wintersago wintersago
History Repeating Itself ItselfThe ItselfThe ItselfThe
The childrens Christmas party to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow has recalled the fact that that1no that1nothan more lThrethan morethan
than a half century ago the grand grandparente grnndPQrenta grandparents
parents of the children now living en enjeyed enjoyed enJeyed
jeyed a similar event This was a fancy fancyidresB tnnjI fanydress
I dress drcs ball which President Tyler gave gave1ft gavein
Jin 1ft honor of his little granddaughter granddaughterI granddaughterMary
Mary 1Iar Fairlie Tyler TylerThe TylerThe TylerThe
I The historic East4Room EastRoom ISast Room of the White WhiteHouse WhiteHouse VhlteI
I House witnessed a bewildering scene scenei scenethat
i that th t evening as some of the older olderpeople old olderpeople r rIHtOpie
people now In Washington can remem rememIber rem rernemIber cm cmber
Iber ber The little hostess dressed dros ed as asTltnnln asTltnnla asTitania
Tltnnln in white satin covered c2vered with withspangles withspangles withspesgies
spangles with 1t1 gauze wings tiny slip slippers slippers slippers ¬
pers and a a silver wand received her herguests herguosts herguests
guests guosts seated on a mimic throne at atone atI atoft
one oft end of the East Room RoomA
I A numerous train of subjects wore woreseated worecnted
seated about her on the stops step of th tho thothrone ththrone i ithrone
I throne and the floor was filled with withmorry withmorrj withmerry
merry throngs of little talks transform transformed ¬
ed Into kings and queens knights and andpages andpages andpages
pages princes and princesses A few fewmembers fewmombers fewmembers
members of the Cabinet and adult adultguests adultpuc adultguests
guests puc ts were present refSent but they were the thewall t thewall e eI
I wall florrers of the evening Country Countrydances CountrjJ Countrydances
dances and the Virginia reel kept the themerry thomerry themerry
J merry throng In continuous motion and andat IUJdI andat
at Intervals servants brought In great greatI
I trays laden with refreshments refreshmentsOne refreshmentsOne refreshmentsOne
One of o the pleasantcst Incidents of ofChristmas ofChristmas ofChristmas
Christmas at the White Vh to House took tookplace tookplace tookplace
place yesterday afternoon just before beforethe betorethe b tore torethe
the President Pr ddcnt left his office A number numberOf numborof numberof
Of the clerks and oldtime employes ex extended extendod cxtnded ¬
tended to him the greetings of the sea season sonson season ¬
son which he heartily he arUiy returned returnedThe returnoorhe returnedThe
The President then came cut into the thelobby the101lb thelobby
lobby 101lb of the th White House office build buildii
I ii Ing g shook hands with the doorkeepers doorkeeperspAlloemen doorkeepersj
j pOlicemen and Secret Service mQn and andwished
I wished them all a Merry l rr ChristmasCheap Christmas ChristmasCheap ChristmasCheap
Cheap Holiday Tickets South So S t1 th
1 setlfj rd M xtr m3 lt2i itVCA1tV
termlned to come to Cleveland however howeverbecause howeverbeca howeverbecaUse
beca because se of the fact that he has made it itan Itan Itan
an Inflexible rule to spend Christmas in inhis Inhis inhis
his home city L C Hanna accom accompanied accompanied accompanied ¬
panied the Senator SenatorThe Si2natorThe SenatorThe
The Hanna family will spend a very veryquiet vor vorquiet veryquiet
quiet Christmas making no effort to toentertain toentertain toentertain
entertain The Senator may insist upon upongoing upongoing upongoing
going to his office In the Perry Per Payne PayneBuilding PajnoBuilding PayneBuilding
Building tomorrow but If he does so It Itwill Itwill Itwill
will be against the advice of his family familyRepresentative tamn tamnMAY familyMAY
C NEW NE AIRSHIP PATENtS PATENtSRepresentatiye PATENTSRepresentative
Representative of the Kitty KittyHawk KittyHawk Kittyhawk
Hawk Flyer Arrives ArrivesCONFIRMS ArrivesCONFIRMS rrives rrivesCONFIRMS
Willis Asserts the Box Kite Affair AffairMade AffairMad AffairMad
Made Mad Twenty Tw nty ty Miles an Hour HourAgainst HourAgcinst HourAgtirst
Against Wind WindOne WindOne WindOne
One of the representatives of the In Inventors Invontors Invontors ¬
vontors of the new airship which Is Isalleged Isalleged isalleged
alleged to have made twenty miles an anhour anhour anhour
hour against a moderate wind on a trial trialtrip trialtrip trialtrip
trip at Kitty Hawk Va Is In Wash Washington WashIn Washington ¬
ington In ton to begin negotiations for the sale saleof saleat saleof
of the patents to the Government C CE CE CE
E Willis Is tlo tI name of the represen representative r ropresentative presen presentnthe ¬
tative of the Wright brothers the thdIn thdInventors thP In Inventors inventors ¬
ventors Concerning the new airship airshipMr nlrshlpMr airshipMr
Mr Willis said this morning morningReports morningReports morningReports
Reports which have been sent out outfrom outfrom outfrom
from Kitty Hawk have not been ex exaggerated exaggorated cxaggorated ¬
aggorated The airship is of the box boxkite boxkite boxkite
kite type and is fitted with a powerful powerfulgasolene powerfulgasolene powerfulgasolene
gasolene engine which drives It by bymeans bymeans bymeans
means of a large propeller at a high highrate highrute highrate
rate of speed through the air airWhen airWhen airWhen
When the engine Is stopped the air airshin alrshlosettles airshit
shin shlosettles settles down quietly on the ground groundThe groundThe groundThe
The machine Is started from n set of ofsprings orsprings ofsprings
springs similar to those used by by Prof ProfLanglcy Pro ProLanglcy ProfLangley
Langlcy Langlcyby LanglcySo
So r fr r a dozen tests have been made madoby madeby
by the thelnyontorgand Inventors and and all of them themhn have havepositively havepoy4 0 0proyM
proyM successfUL ucco8sfii Tl1 b 1jox TkIt kit 2xir 2xirehlp Jr Jrt
t ehlp > hIp has come to sta stay We can cansay cansaypositiVely st st08Itiveh
positively that thatit It Uls is a success successMr successMr successMr
Mr Willis VII Us Is on his way wa to Dayton DaytonOhio Da DaytthihIo > to tohlo
Ohio hlo the home of the Inventors vh wther rp r rie
he Ie expects to remain until New N w Year YearHe YonrIe oar oarfe
He Ie Is to return to Washington ashlngton oatly OR ly
in January Januar when he is to place the facts factsbefore faotsI netsI
before b < Core the proper authorities authoritiesBOLD authoritiesI authoritiesBOLD
Attempt Made Madeto to Steal Six Thousand ThousandDollars ThousandD ThousandDollars
Dollars D J1ars on One of Chicagos ChicagosMain Chica ChicagosMain os osMain
Main Streets StreetsCHICAGO StreetsCHICAGO StreetsCHICAGO
CHICAGO Dec SGTwo robbers robberstempted robberstempted robberstempted
tempted by the extraordinary rush of ofChristmas oCChristmas ofChristmas
Christmas eve business invaded State
Street Stre t last night nl ht and made a bold at attempt attempt ¬
tempt tem t to rob Berrys candy eand store dl dlrectlr dlrecti directi
I rectlr recti across the street west of the thePalmer theI thePalmer
Palmer House while the aho hoo was still
full of belated customer customerAs eU5tom eU5tomAs customersAs
I As the holdup holdu men entered the door doortwo doortwo doortwo
two men were leaving leavln Both of these thesewere th8 thesewere e ewere
were knocked down d wn and then the Intrud Intruders Intruders Intrudera ¬
ers advanced toward the cashJors cash1qrs desk deskwhere dCElewhere deskwhere
where the manncer was wa counting up
the cash amounting to 6009 6009At 6008At 6000At
At sight of the revolvers the vlerks vlerksdodged lerkCdodged 3erksdodged
dodged under show cases and shoppers shoppersmade sho shoporsmade pers persmade
made a terrified rush for safety Met The Thedoorway Thedoorway
doorway doorwa was Jammed MO o that it wa waimpossible w wimpos II IIImpossible
impossible impos ihle to reach the street streetThe streetThe streetThe
The robbers rorc ore so tightly wedged wedgedin wCJedIn
in among the frightened patrons > that thatthey thatthe thatthey
they the were unable to move readily and andwere RndI andwere
were deterred dcterr d from using their fire firearms fir firarms tirearms ¬
I arms Gradually Gradual1 the the robbers were fore forcod fored ore oreJd
od d out throuch the doors and when whenthey whenthey whenthey
they along with the throng had reach reached reached reached ¬
ed the street streetthey they easily escaped escapedFATAL escapedFATAL escapedFATAL
I BLUFFTON Ind d Doc 26 26Ttu 25Te Tn high highschool high5chool highschool
school students belonging to a fraternity fraternityknown Cral fraternityknown rnlt rnltlenown
known as the L of the S S B are on ontrial ontrlnl ontrial
trial In the circuit court courtcharg charged with withassault withassault withassault
assault and buttery on Ralph McBride McBrldeOn McBrideOn
I On the evening of April SO G McBrld McBrldJohn lIcBrh1John McBritlJohn
John Brlnneman and Norman Volm VoImr Volmarivcre r rwere
were so severely ev r ly Injured In being Ini Initialed Inttlalod mltiated ¬
I tialed they the wore w > re unable to attend attendschool attendIchoo1 attendschool
school McBride sustained an injury Injur to tothe toI tothe
I the leg and Prosecutor Burns alleged allegedbefore 811 allcgpdbefore ld ldbeton
before the Jury Thursday that hat hU hi death deaththe de deoccurred
I occurred a few months later and wall wallthe wasthe
the direct result resultof of the hazing hazingNEW huln hulnNEW bszingNEW
Companies E nnd F of the Second SecondBattalion SecondBattalIon SecondBattalIon
Battalion of Engineers arrived in inWashington inVnshlngton inWashington
Washington yesterday cstt > rdny from the Philip Philippines Philippinos Philippines ¬
pines and took station at Washington WashingtonBarracks WushlngtonBarracks WashingtonBarracks
Barracks where they will probably be bestationed bestntloncd bestationed
stationed for or two years The detach detachment deta h hment hment ¬
ment is commanded by Lieutenants LieutenantsDent LleutennntsDent LieutenantsDent
Dent Spaulcling Brown and Pillsbury PIHsburyThe PllIllburyrile PillsburyThe
The band from Washington Barracks Barrackpand Bnrruckand Barracksand
and a H detachment d tuchment of engineer met tho thotroops
troops at the t theponneylvaniaStatton theponneylvaniaStattonWILL Pennsylvania 11t Station StationWILL StllttonWILL
Minister Thompson has Informed the theStato theState theStato
Stato Department that the Brazilian Braziliangovernment Brnztllangovernmont Braziliangovcrnmonthas
government govcrnmonthas has rofusod refused to lower the theexcessive theces theexcessive
excessive ces l imgort o diuty ty charge on CnAmarl CnAmarlcan Amen American Amenmn ¬
can mn butter
Family Troubles Cause CauseResignationtof CauseResignationlof CauseResignationjof
Resignationtof Resignationlof Coburg CoburgDiplomatist CoburgDiplomatist CoburgDiplomatist
Diplomatist DiplomatistA
Appointed to American A mericanCon AmericanConsular mericanConsular Con Consular ¬
sular Service Serice From FromConnecticut FromGonnecticut FromConneticut
Connecticut Connecticuti
i ItConsul
Consul General G neral Oliver OJlver J IX D Hughes Hughesat
at Coburg COburgGermany Germany German has resigned and andhis andhIs andhis
his place has beenfllled been lled by Henry D DSaylor DSajlor DSaylor
Saylor present consul at Dawson City CityN CityN CityN
N W V T TThe TThe 1
The State Department declines to dis discuss discuss diecuss ¬
cuss the reasons foMr tO fo4Mr Mr Hughes resig resignation resignation resignation ¬
nation Some ttmeogo timetago charges were werefiled weremed werefiled
filed against him and at the same time timea
a press dispatch from f m Berlin B rJln stated statedthat slatedthat statedthat
that the cause w wa > eta family nature natureHe natureHe natureHe
He Is a native of Argentina A cnUna and was wasappointed wasappointed wasappointed
appointed to the consular contilarservice service from fromConnecticut fromConnecticut fromConnecticut
Connecticut His successor su u cTssor ssol Mr Saylor SaylorIs S vlor vlorIs
Is a Pennsylvanian Mr Hughes will willcontinue wiltcontinue willcontinue
continue at his post till Mr 1r Saylors Baylorsarrival Saylorsarrlval Saylorshrnlval
arrival arrlvalLABOR hrnlvalLABOR arrivalLABOR
I Murray Alleged Alle A11ed d to Be a aStandardOil aStandarfOil aStandaidOil
StandardOil Man ManALL lIa lIaALL ManALL >
Clark of the Brotherhood of Railway RailwayConductors RailwayConductors RailwayConductors
Conductors Choice of the tbeUn tbeUnions Un Unions Unions ¬
ions Failed to Land Place PlaceI Placeay Placetcitl
I Beaauscudf ay c Ms fDlatipn m iat n wltn wl tcitl l certain certainbckf certaInJl certain4lnanqjahj1nstituUons
Jl 4lnanqjahj1nstituUons an Jal lnsUtut1ons csmtrol1cd cntrolled by byif byifRodkffts + t l
RDcktITors bckf ETers mid othersof others of the Standard StandardOil StandardOil
Oil combine combine and the Goulds Gou ds union lobor loborleaders muonleaders
leaders have begun be un to make many man pro protest prdI prdItests
tests test against ngaln t the appointment appointm nt of Law Lawrence Lawronco ¬
renee D Murray furra as Assistant Secretary Secretaryof
of the Department De1artm nt of r Commerce and andLabor andLabor
Labor LaborSknfceL LabortI
SknfceL mtID tI iiL L Gompers of the American Americanr Americanredcratt
r r redcratt = e edcration t1a OfT tr oif 1 Labor Is isIn In the city but butnearly butne butnedrly
nearly ne rlyaJl all of the th other prominent labor laborleaders laborlenders laborleaders
leaders were out of Washington this thismorning thismorning thismorning
morning President Gompers declined declinedto
to be quoted on the subject It was said saidhowever saidhOW6OCr saidhowever
however the appointment Is a direct directslap dlreotslap directslap
slap at 1t labor by b President Pr dent Roosevelt RooseveltLabor RooseveltUbor RooseveltLabor
Labor leaders claim they had been beenassured beenassured
assured aseur d the place would be given to one oneof oneoC oneof I
of their number Edward E Clark head headof headof headof
of the Order of Railway Conductors Conductorsand Conductorsand Conductorsand
and who was one of the arbitrators on onthe onthe onthe
the anthracite coal strike commission commissionLeaders commissionLeaders eomthissionLeaders
Leaders generally had come to be believe beJlee behove ¬
hove that he would be appointed < l and andthey andthey
they thC consider the appointment of Mur Murray Murray Iur Iurmy ¬ I
ray a snub snubMurray snubMurra snubMurray
Murray Murra and his friends frankly frank admit admitthnt admittht admitthat
that he is a Standard OH man He Heserved HeBCrcd Heserved
served the Government as assistant to toan toan toan
an Assistant Assl tant Secretary Sccrett of the Treasury Treasuryand Treaur3and Treasuryand
and was later appointed a Deputy DeputyComptroller DeputjComptroller DeputyComptroller
Comptroller of the Treasury Leaving Leavingthe Leaingthe Leavingthe
the latter place he became identified identifiedi identifiedwith
I i wIth wiui the me Trust jrucii v Company uuipuuy UL ot America tviuuricH in In InI inNew
New York which Is a Standard OH con coneern concern
I cern Among AmongthcdlrectorsnreRockefeller AmongthcdlrectorsnreRockefellerFranlt the directors are Rockefeller RockefellerFrank
Frank and Edwin Gould and P A AValentine AYalentlne AValentine
Valentine Murray llurra left this concern concernand concernJnd concernand
and went to the Central Trust rust Com Company Company Company ¬
pany of Illinois another Standard OH OHCompany 011Companj OilCompany
Company concern where he remained remaineduntil remaineduntil
i until appointed to office officeI I Ii
I i I Secretary Cortelyou Cortel ou refuses to discuss discussthe discussthe I
the appointment and Murray will not notW notRAIN nottalk
1 talk talkSports W talkRAIN
Sports Make Use of Potomac Drive DriveI Driveiay
I way vay iay in Lieu of a Speedier SpeedierStretch SpeedierStie SpeedierStretch
Stretch StretchRain Stie StretchRAin cf cfnaln
Rain today and during thf th pnst pnst4ten pnst4tenys past4tendrys ten tenI
I drys ys played havoc with the plans of ofi ofhorsomen ofhorternen
i horsemen In Washington who had in intended IntcndQl intendotj ¬
tended tcndQl tendotj to calibrate Christmas in fit fitting ftttln fitting ¬
ting tln style 1le It was hoped that the theCentury theCantur theCentury
Century Cantur speedway would be partially partlalycompleted partlnlycompleted partiallycompleted
completed in n time for an opening today todaybut todaybut todaybut
but tho work of the contractor was In Interfered Interfered interfereil ¬
terfered with by b rain Today Tocla the horse horsemen horset ¬
t men are making use of o the Potomac PotomacPark PotomacI PotomacPnrc
Park dveway ewav heretofore horetforeonly only used usedon usedon usedon
I on SwuirtTays for fast fn driving drlvln and andspeeding cmdI tndspeeding
speeding contests The speeding prlvi pr1lIfgl3 privileges
j I leges have also been grunted for or to toj tomorrow
j I morrow afternoon and New Year after afternoon atterI ¬
I noon noonIn noonIn noonIn
In ordfei ord to obtain this privilege Col ColT ColT ColT
T W V Symons superintendent of public publicbuildings publicbuildings publicbuildings
buildings and grounds yesterday issued issuedan IssuednnoreIer issuedan
an nnoreIer order prohibiting the use of the thedriveway thedrlvewa thedriveway
driveway drlvewa on the afternoons mentioned mentionedto
to any an except those desiring to enter enterInto d1terInto snterinto
Into friendly contests of speed under underrules underrulcs underrules
rules which have governed the drive driveon dri driveon e eon
on Saturday SaturdayCONTRACT SaturdarCONTRACT SaturdayCONTRACT
The contract for the construction of ofthe orthe ofthe
the United States postofflce postqmce p stqtflce and ous oustorn oustom cuetorn
torn house houso at Jacksonville pla la has hasbeent
lbO I beent bnawarded nayarded awarded to tQ Cramp Cr CrtrnpCo p Qq qqof of Phila Philadelphia Philadelphia Philatdelphia ¬
tdelphia delphia The Thiebid bid was 1207803 207SOa
Couzf Names Nam sJacob Jacob Richazds as Custodian Custodianof of Cook County CountyOrganization CounpOrg Gount GountOrganization
Organization Org nization on Request of Nizze jne ine Members
CHICAGO Dec 25 25A A receivership receivershipfor rec lvcrshlp lvcrshlptor
for tho Cook County Democracy was wasgranted wasgranted wasgranted
granted yesterday by Judge Brentano Brentanoon
on the application of partlsacs of Rob Robert Robert Robort ¬
ert E Burke BurkeJacob BurkcJacob BurkeJacob
Jacob W Richards was appMntttf cus custodian custodian cuetodlan ¬
todian of the club and Its property propertyThe pr p J t tThe y yThe
The petition was signed by y nine perT perTsons per persons perSons
sons Including L P Colleran Charles CharlesH
H Stevenson Vincent H Perkins John JohnW Johnr JohnW
W r Gildea R J RIckofT M 0 WilliamsGeorge Williams WilliamsGeorge VJ1l1amsGeorge
George F Mulligan Benjamin M Gi Giroux GIroux Giroux
roux roux and John C Edwards EdwardsThese Edvar1sThese EdwardsThese
These petitioners allege ther > pre faro farosets t taosets o oacts
sets of officers both claiming o ft lh oe oeLOA d d1 d1LOCAL y yLOCAL
Increase Over Last Year YearEighty YearEighty YearEighty
Eighty Thousand Dollars DollarsNEAR HoHarsNEAR IoilarsNEAR
Franking Not Included Includ d in the Figures FiguresFacts F FiguresT gures guresFactS
T Facts GiVen in an Offi Official Officia O Ocia ¬
cial cia Table TableA
A surprising Increase In the business businessof
of the City Postofflce has taken race itfacein T racein > nce nceIn
in the past year car and before March lar h 30 30the 3Uthe 3Qthe
the end of the fiscal year for postofEces postofEcesIt
It Is expected that the business will willreach willreach
reach the milliondollar mark This Is Isthe isthe
the business in paid postage and is In Inaddition Inaddition inaddition
addition to the enormous frank busl business buslfleas ¬
ness which naturally naturall taxes cs the postof postofnce postoffice
nce in this city cltvbefore clt cityLast
Last year the he increase over the year yearberore yearbefore
before was more than 50000 and the theIncrease theIncrease theIncrease
Increase this year will wil be more than than8OO
580000 8OO over last year Every Ever division of ofthe ofthe r rthe
the office shows a remarkable growth In Incash incash
cash transactions but the growth has hasbeen
been well handled and there has been beenno beenno I
no delay dela because of othe the increase In bus business bu busncz ¬
ness nessThe nczThe
The following tollowln table shows how the thebusiness thebuslnes thebusiness
business has grown each month especi especially especially ¬
ally in the last two months
1933 1 19D 19 19APlJ 19OAprW
APlJ 74 i d67O9 CG 6703 C9 J 72 2tlls3 2tlls3AV 2O4f6Z4393 < mSr mSrJuly
AV P 6Z4393 gr1 GS1S663 GS1S663J 6S1Sd63Juie
Juie J ne 1 70215OS 6275211 6275211Jul 6275211July
July Jul 6291310 5944133 5944133August 5944133August
August AugustOctober 5924350 6640185 5640185September
September 6840121 600S2 GO 6008223 6008223October < m mOctober
October OctoberNovember 8226915 73ES229 73ES22977093JJ7 7382223November
November 77093JJ7 70213JM 7021321PREPARE 7O2i32PREPARE
Pacific I > > aci1i Railroads Conbine and Agree to toRaise toRaise toRaise
Raise All Freight Rates About AboutFifteen AbtJatFift AboutFifteen
Fifteen Fift en Per Cent CentCHICAGO CentCHICAGO CentCHICAGO
CHICAGO Dec 25 2SACter 25After After a series of ofmeetings ofmeetings t tmeetings
meetings covering a period of about four fourweeks tonrweeks fourweeks
weeks officers of 0 the th transcontinental transcontinentalrailroads tranlcontlnentalrallroade transcontinentalrailroads
railroads have decided to advance all allfreight allfreight allfreight
freight rates about 15 per cent centThe centThe eentThe
The advance adianeeis Is the result of an agree agreement agreement agreemont ¬
ment between the steamship lines oper operating operating openating ¬
ating between New York and San Fran Francifsco Franclnco Frandeco
cifsco deco via 111 Galveston and around Cape CapeHorn Cap CapHorn CapeHorn
Horn The deal Is a acombfn combine combJn o o oC glgan gigantic glganUc glgantic ¬
tic proportions and Is the t irst rst time the thewater thewater thewater
water and rail lines Ifne engaged In this ths traf traffic ¬ F
fic have come com together on rates ratesThe rategThe ratesThe I
The threatened threatenedshortenJng shortening of the theroute theroute theroute
route of traffic betveen the Atlantic AtlanticCoast AtluntlcConst AtlanticCoast
Coast and the th Pacific Coast oaot by the Pan Panama Panama Panama ¬
ama Canal is said to be a t factor In the thepooling thepooling thepooling
pooling of Interests so far In advnace advnaceThe a aviaot aviaotThe vtnc
The action had its inception at a meet meeting meetJng neetlag ¬
lag held h ld Ih the Raleigh Hotel Ho l two twomonths twomonths twomonths
months ago when wh n It was predicted In In3ihe Inlihe inThe
The Times T mcs that the rates would be beraised betaxed beased
INDIANAPOLIS nd Dc C5 5Pres 5Preston Pres Preston Pr 3 3ton ¬
ton Bell shot and killed ilied Abc Ab Welch this thismorning thismorning thismorning
morning in a drunken street qusrrel A Alarge Alarge Alarge
large crowd attracted II by b the shots WitS wnsheld WitSh rss rssheld
held h ld at bay b by b3 Boll who fired on them themreloading themreloadlhc themreloading
reloading his revolver as he ran He was wnspursued waslursucd wasiursuod
pursued by the police who may ma have haveto haveto haveto
to kill Bell to capture Ct1ptuic him as he is isknown I Iknpwn iskaown
known as a desperate man The shoot shooting shootIng shoottag ¬
ing occurred on Wlllard Street StreetSPANISH StreetSPANISH StreetSPANISH
Senor Riano first secretary of the theSpanish theSpanIsh theSpanish
Spanish logation who was Wit summoned summonedto <
to Madrid by b the death of his mother mOlherwill motherwill j jwill
will return to Washington on January
15 In his absence and that of Senor de deOjeda le leOJeda leOjedl
OJeda the minister who ho Is now on his hisway hisway hisway
way home on ona a months monthslclle leave Senor SenorWalls SenorValls SenorWalls
Walls y Merrlno Merrlnosecond second sacrnary of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the legation Is charge chnr e daffaires daffairesJ
Seventyfive pairs of gloves rere r ere sent sentto sentto ent I Ito
to the messengers of the Washington Washington1branch Washingtonbranch I Ibranch
branch of the th Postal TelegraphCable TelegraphCableCompany Telegr TelegrtphCabIeCompany PhCable
Company as a a Christmas remembrance remembrancefrom remembrancefrom remembrancefrom
from John John W V Mackey president of thej thejcompany the thecompany I Icom
company companySTEAMER com companySTEAMER any
1 1Bo
Boatsvaln Bo tsvaJn C CH H Cleveland of the theFish theFish I
Fish Commission Commlssl n steamer Fish Hawk Hawkdied HakdIed Hawkdied
died on that th t vessel essellast last 1as night at Bal Baltimore Baltimore ¬
timore His death Was reported to the theNavy theNa theNavy
Navy Na Department this morninljj mornlnl i
elected and their installation is likely likelyto
to cause disorder and conflict conflictFor conflictFor conflictFor
For the good of the organization a areceiver areoelver areceiver
receiver Is declared to be needed to take takecharge takechGrge takecharge
charge of its books and conduct its af affairs affairs affairs ¬
fairs It is averred that both factions factionsare factionsare factionsaretming
are aretming Using the money of the Cook County CountyDemocracy CountyDtmocracy CountyDemocracy
Democracy In a a manner that threatens threatensto
to deplete the treasury and Involve the thecorporation thecorporuUon thecorporation
corporation In a multiplicity of suits suitsThe suitsThe suitsThe
The bill concludes by asking the court courttc courttc courttc
tc direct the Powers faction to Institute Institutea
a QUO warranto action against the theBurke theD theBurke
Burke D rke faction to determine the validity validityof
of the Burke election of December 6 6OFFICIALS 6OFfiCIALS 6OFFIIAtSPllhLLEll
Long Since Confided to Cor Corporation Corporation Corporation
poration Counsel CounselTRAVELED CounselTR CounselTRAVELED
i iUnlawful
Unlawful Method of Paying an an n Hon Honest Honest Eonest ¬
est Dot D Dc6t < ot > t Passed Over by byFederal brFederal byFederal
Federal Grand Jury JuryWhat Juryhat JuryWhat
What hat has become of the wrongfulvouchr wrongfulvouchr wrongful wrongfulvouchr
vouchr case is the stereotyped ques question question question ¬
tion that is being asked by one Dis District DtstrIct Dtztnict
trict official offlclalof of another anotherThe antherThe anotherThe
The last heard of the famous case was wasseveral vasI wasseveral
several I veral weeks ago when It was con conflded conflded contided
flded to the care of the Corporation CorporationCounsel CorporationCounsel CorporationCounsel
Counsel with Instructions for him to tothoroughly tothoroughly I
thoroughly Investigate Its merits or de demerits demerits demerits ¬
merits with the view of entering civil civilsuit civilsuit civilsuit
suit on behalf of the District Commis Commissioners Commissioners Commissionors ¬
sioners provided any an ground for such suchsuit suchsuIt suchsuit
suit could bo ascertained ascertainedTraveled ascertainedTraveled ascertainedTraveled
Traveled Rocky Road RoadThe Road RoadThe
The wrongful voucher case has had a arocky arocky arocky
rocky road to travel V7ien a clear vio violation violation yb yblatlon ¬
lation of the lawa of the United States Statesand Statesand t3teg
and the District of Columbia was was as es established estabhlshed ¬
tablished tabUS hed to the satisfaction of any fair fairminded falrminded fairminded
minded man a a Federal grand Jury jUr de declared declared dedared ¬
clared that there was as not enough of a aviolation aJolation aviolation
violation to wajrant 4rant nt the return of an aninqlctm Ulln9ct anlneIcttnnt
inqlctm ln9ct lneIcttnnt q nt t Ajja nY this th htH lrfcthe > jacLe pse of o ostatement a astatement astatement
statement maa3tby m mlb ynjtea s StaJsjrDiH StaJsjrDiHtrlct Staflta Stafltatnict
trlct Attorne Attorney Morgan H Beach that thntthe thatthe
the facts demonstrated an nl81ul hnlawtulmethod nl81ulm
method m ethod of paying p ybngazt ring ah honest honesC iionesttiet iionesttietMout oeDt oeDtAbout ie t
About bout a month ago < 10 E G Ttame Au Auditor Auditor Au Auditor ¬
ditor for the State and Other Depart Departments Departmeats ¬
ments advised the District Commission Commlsnioners Comm1snloners
ers that thewould the thefwould would either have to get getback gotback getback
back the 5uO JO u0 paid Miss Johnston or orcertify orj orjcertify j jcertify
certify that the maps which were ere al alleged alleged atleged ¬
leged to have been purchased had act actually actually actually ¬
ually ually been bcen rcelved rcelvedMaps rcelvedMaps reelvedMaps
Maps N7er NverDelivered NverDeliveredAs N rer Delivered DeliveredAs
As a matter of fact the mays maIl were werenever werenever werenevtr
never delivered nor were ere they ever In Intended Intended intended ¬
tended to be delivered d lhered Miss 11ss Johnston Johnstondid John3 Johnstondid on
did some photographic work ark for the theBoard theBoard theBoard
Board of education for which she he turn turned turnW turntl ¬
ed in a bill approximately of o 526 26 The Theboard Theboard Theboard
board agreed to allow her CCO 00 for or maps mapsjalthough mapsalthouJh niapsalthough
although the articles she had furnished furnishedwere furnIshedwere furnishedwere
were photographs photographsIt
It is said that when she was asked askedto askedto askedto
to account for the extra 374 74 she said saidshe saidshe saidshe
she could change the amount of her bill b11l1 billto
to suit the occasion which it is further furtheralleged furtheralleged
alleged the grand Jury allowed her to todo todo todo I
do Consequently Miss 1IS3 Johnston pre presented prosented ¬
sented a bill for an even evenNo SC60 SC60No 260No
No Refund Expected EzpectsdAs
As Miss 1155 Johnston has however only onlyobtained oal oalobtalned onlyobtained
obtained money mone for work actually per performed performed performed ¬
formed the Commissioners hardly har u ex expect > ¬
pect she ho will be willing to refund the themoney themoney themoney
money whicH whlcl Auditor Timme says they theymust theymust theymust
must obtain On the other hand handC Jchn JchnC 1 1C
C Parker who was supposed sup > osed to have havefurnished havefurnished I
furnished the th maps never did so for forthe forthe
the reason that he was not the recip recipient reciplent ¬
lent of the SOW SOWThe SOOOThe 3000The
The Commissioners hardly hardl expect he hewill huiU hewili
will iU care to furnish J600 600 worth of man manas maps mapsas mapsas
as a Christmas Christmas present to the District Districtof
of Columbia With the th Auditors ultl ultlmatum ultimatum
matum staring atarln them In the face lee and andthe andthe andthe
the papers pa ers buried in the oblivion of th thoffice thomce thoffice
office of the Corporation Counsel the theCommissioners theCommissioners theCommissIoners
Commissioners do not know whether Its Itsgoing Itsgoing
going goln to t4 > b be a happy happ new year or orquite 0 0quite orquite II
quite the reverse reerICSNOWSTORMGAUSES reverseSNOSTOBM
Four Fo r People Injured in a l Bad Railroad RailroadWreck RliilroaWreck RailroadWreck
Wreck in lIt t Southern Limits Limitsi Limitsof Limitsof
i of Chicago ChicagoCHICAGO CbicagoCHICAGO ChicagoCHICAGO
CHICAGO Dec 2i SIn In a blinding blindingsnowstorm blindingsnowstorm blindingsnowstorm
snowstorm this morning a passenger passengertrain pa8sengetmln passengertrain
train on the Pittsburg Fort Wayne and andChicago andChicago i iChicago
Chicago Railroad crashed Into a ChI Chlcapo Chicago
capo Milwaukee IIIWllUkC and St Paul freight freighttrain freIghttrain re bt bttrain
train in the southern limits himit ot the stock stockyards s stockyards ocle oclenrds ¬
yards nrds The caboose of the freight train trainwas trainas
was as telescoped and the passenger pns eng r en engine
gine wns wrecked wrock d Three Thre trainmen were wereseriously welCserlousy wereseriously
seriously injured and upd n aPng passenger eagQr In Inthe Inthe
the caboose was probably fatally fat1U Injur Injured InJured injured
ed edA
A number of passengers pnssen ors on the Fort
Wayne Vayn train were slightly cut and
bruised bruisedARCHBISHOP
ROME Dec 25 25Archblshop Archbishop Farley Farleyof Fnrte Fnrteof Farteof
of New Vbrl ol is expected to visit visitHomo visaRom viSitRom
Homo Rom In 19W 194 to personally settle with withthe withthe withthe
the congregation of the propaganda sev several se seeml seyernl ¬
eral ponding questions including the ap appolntmont appolntmenf appointment
polntmont of an m auxiliary bishop of New i
York and particulars pa Uculars concerning tho thoconsecration thoconsec theeonsecrttion
consecration consec Uon ot Gt tPatrIcltsCothedrul Patricks Cathedral F
New York r F
Consul Ols l General Gudger GudgerReports GudgerReports GudgerReports
Reports That Volunteer VolunteerArmy VolunteerArmy VolunteerArmy
Army Is Scattering ScatteringENGLANDS Scatteri ScatteringENGLANDS g gENGLANDS
v C
Minister Buchanan to Be e Re Received Received Received ¬
ceived With Military Cere Ceremonies Cer Cernlonies Cermonies ¬
monies in PanamUnlted Panama PanamaUnited PanamaUnited
United States Consul Gudgex at Pan Panama Panama Panama ¬
ama has sent a dispatch to the th Stata StataDepartment StataDepartment StateDepartment
Department informing Assistant Secre Secretary Secretary Secrelazy ¬
tary Loomis that the volunteer army arm Ia ladepartment Iadepartment Iadepartment
department of Cauca Colombia Is die disbandlnr dbbandln dieband1n
bandlnr bandlnrThis bandln bandlnThs band1nThis
This Information was received by Con Consul Consul Consal ¬
sul General Gudger from Henry J So Eder EderUnited EderUnited Edo EdoUnited
United States consular agent at Call CallColombia CaUColombIa Callolomb1a
Tfr Remain Here HereGeneral HereGeneraI HereGeneral
General Reyes will remain In Wash Washington Washlngton VashJngton ¬
ington until he receives an answer to tohis tohis tohis
his protest to the Stato Departmpnt and andit andit andit
it is probable that he will then leave leavafor leavefor leavefor
for Colombfa ColombfaPreparations ColombtaPreparations ColambtaPreparations
Preparations continue for or the protec protection protection protectlon ¬
tion of the he new republic against the thathreatened th9threatened thethreatened
threatened assault by Colombia Colombia On OnMonday 011mday On3pnday
Monday mday the Dixie will sail from League LeaguoJland LeagueJiland LeagueJ3land
Jland with Brigadier General Elliott Elliottand ElUottand Elliottand
and an imposing staff from rom the Marina MarinaCorps MarineCorps MarinaCorps
Corps and 600 men These will be b land landed landed landed ¬
ed at Colon and employed for the relief reliefof reUeor reliefof
of those who have been on duty there thereAttorney thereAttorne thereAttorney
Attorney Attorne General Knox Is again ex examining examining examining ¬
amining the concession given by bJ Colom Colombia Colombla Coloxnbia ¬
bia to the Panama Canal Company Companywith Companywlth
with wl h a view rew to determining detern nlng Just what whateffect wha whaaffect whataffect
affect recent receptdevelments developments have had hadThe hadThe hadThe
The contract cont cf provided that the com company compan cornpany ¬
pany pan could COU d not transfer transre Its property to toany toany toany
any foreign power sav save hy uy the consent consentof consentof
of of Colombia and ndthls this is I the he point now nowbeing nowbeIng nowbeing
being particularly J rUcuJarlj Investigated InvestigatedGreat Investl InvestigatedGreat ted tedGrCflt
Great GrCflt Britain Acts ActsAn ActsAn ActsAn
An official announcement was received receivedby rco reoivedby lYed lYedby
by the State Dcpartmert this raornhs raornhsfrom mornl mornlfrom morrdgfrom
from the th London embassy to the th effiwt effiwtthat enl t tthat tthat
that Great Britain had hadtorml badformihiy formally h recog recognized reeosnlzed recognized ¬
nized the new republic ot Panama PanamaA
A dispatch from rota Panama announces annQunces annQUncegJJat announcesthat
that t C Mallet I JI JtheBm the h 13rltl t1bjnii h i QiyBiL 1 Jhai JhailiCen has haaoceri hasbeen
been adv dRgitiiauoia 1 ils liote r goveninient lr1m nt of ofthe
the P1c recognition rc ggit Of orth the new newThe ef ropublJc 1W1tc
+ L r t j wr3iJ4i352r wr3iJ4i352rof
Thede The dje e Qt British tt Iorcffiidrs n nolars to tohao tohave
have asurnnc assurance5s s of the jJlmentut payment jf prt prtof prtf
of f Colombias debt by b Panama PanamaJ is s pUP jjupposcd supposed
posed p scd to have been responsible for f fQ r Qreatj att
Britains delay delajln In wclcomag Panama to tothe tathe o oth
the th family famn of nations nationsBrigadier nationsBrhadler nationsBrigadier
Brigadier General Elliott Em tt command commanding comn commhnding md mdln ¬
ing ln the Marine Corps and the officers officersstationed oriicers oriicersstaUoned officersstationed
stationed in Washington who have havebeen havobee1 havebeen
been designated for service with 1th the thobattalions thebatttUons thebattalions
battalions of marines which will sail sailfor sallfor sellfor
for Panama Pannma from turn Philadelphia on Mon Monday Monday Ion Iondll ¬
day dll will leave Washington tomorrow tomorrowThejy tornuzowi
Thejy i will join the tJt battatfons at atPhila atPhiladehp1a Phila Philadelphia PhUn PhUndelphla ¬
delphia and sail I on the Dixie at at noon noonTho noonThe
Tho two battalions < SO In I innumber number were wererecruited w wererecruited < o orfCrulted
recruited at League Island for c service serviceon s serviceon n1ce
on the Isthmus of Panama PanamaThe PanamaThe
The list of officers who will go with withtho wIththo withthe
tho marines Is officially announced at atthe attho atthe
the Navy Xa Department Departm nt as follows followsBrigadier fo11owsBrIgadler followsBrigadier
Brigadier General Elliott Captain CaptainLeonard CaptainLeonard
Leonard Lieutenant Evans Major RUd R Thidford d
ford Captain Mathews Captnln Powell PowellLieutenant PowehLieutenaat
Lieutenant Colonel Biddle Lieutenant LieutenantColonel LleutonWttColonel LieutenantColonel
Colonel WaIler Major Mahoney Major MajorCole MajorCole Ma1 r
Cole regimental adjutants Capt A S SWilliams F FVilliams
Williams and C H Lyinn biJtolllon b tallion ad adjutants adjutnnts adJutants ¬
jutants First Leut L eut E B Miller First FirstLieutenant FirstLi
Lieutenant peutena Li tena t McCormick Captains Cap ths Reid ReidBootes ReidBootes ReidBotes
Bootes Hopktns Jolly C C Carpenter Carpenterand Carpenterand
and nd Wallace Second Lieutenants Willis WillisSmith WlUjSmith WillisSmith
Smith Kilgore Merriam T Yates and andHamilton andIts
H Its Hamilton HamiltonSurg milton mmonSur miltonSuroon
Surg Sur Suroon oon n D X Carpenter has been de detnchcd detached detaohcd
tnchcd from rom the naval hospital In this thiscity
city and ordered to to duty dutawith with the Pan Panama Panama ¬
ama marine brigade brigadeViews brigadeViews
Views cf General Reyas ReyasIt Rey s sit
It Is a soitstactlon to me t that at I act actable amabe antable
able to spend Christmas with the e real realization rea realzaUon realmellon ¬
mellon that at least ast I haye bean able ableto ab1eto
to nrevent preventwo reenw war w so > Tar I have ha > bild j my mycountrymen mYcOuntrynt mycountrymen
countrymen cOuntrynt en in check ch k until now no but how howloop ho howag howIoag
loop ft will w v111 li last I do not know kno Even Eventhe Eventhe
the women and nd children In Colombia Colombiaare Colombiaare
are claraoiing CIa mOlng for war My mission has hascaused hasused ha hacaused
caused used a stay sta in the proceedings proceedingsThese proceed proceedhmgsThese ss ssThese
These were w re the words expressed to a areprosentative arcprosentatle arepresentative
representative of the Times yesteaday yesteadayby 3estedayb
by b General Rafael Reyes Colombian Colombianminister Coomblaminister Colombianminister
minister on a special secla mission who yea yeaterday yesterday c cterday
terday presented his note of prof protst oat 3t to toSecretary t ts taSecretary >
Secretary s crotarj Hay and is spending Onrist Onristmas lnrIstmas tinrlstruss
mas Day quietly at the Arlington Hotel HotelGeneral HotelGeneral
General Reyes R re8 stakes great hopes on onthe onthe
the outcome t the fight between betw < n the thestockholders thestockholders thestoekholdrs
stockholders of the old Panama Canal CanalCompany CanalCompany
Company and the new company the hut tetter hutten at atter ¬
ter being the one named In the Hay HayBunauVarilla 11a1Bun HayBunauVanilla
BunauVarilla Bun u Vnrliln treaty treatyHo treat treatHe treatyHe
He lays great stress on the open letter letterpublished letterpublished letterpublished
published In Paris by Bonaparte Bonn3rteW W XVyse Wysethe XVysethe e ethe
the French engineer to wh wham m Colombia Colombiagranted to tolombtagranted ombta ombtagrantf1d
granted the original concession for the thaconstruction th3construction theconstruction
construction of the canal canalThe canalTho canalThe
The Administration however does Q06 not notlay notlaj notlay
lay much store on this effort of the dis dIsgruntlcd disgruutled
gruntled stockholders of the old com compam cornpany
i t r the theaalo K Ksale >
pam pany to block the latifleaUonot ratification p1
sale as the new company controls prac practically praoUenlly practlcahiy ¬
tically all the necessary shares sharesBuchanan sharesBach3an sharesBuchaflan
Buchanan Received Receivedi
W 1 Buchanan envoy onvo extraordinary extraordinaryand
and mlrlstcr plenipotentiary to Panann Panannon Pclnllnnon
on special mlsssion trIll present his hiscredentials hscredentials hitscredentials
credentials and be formally received receivedat recel receiv d dat dat
at Panama this afternoon The recep reception reception reception ¬
tion will bo at the palace and the street streetfrom streetfrom streetfrom
from the ministers home to the palace palacewill palacewUl palacewill
will be lined Un d with troops AlL AJlthe the for foreign foreign forelgn ¬
eign representatives at Panama Panamabeen < t have havebeen haObeen
been invited to the reception recevt1onof of Mr MrBuchanan MrBuch MrBuchanan
Buchanan BuchananThe Buch BuchananThe nan
The failure of the Senate to ratify rntlf Mr MrBuchanans MrBuchanans
Buchanans Buchmensnppotntment appointment as regular min minister rainInter ¬
ister does doe not affect t ect his appointment appointmentby
by the t President cnt as minister on spe speclu s sThecriIlt spechat
clu chat masloT masloTThe issiorThe 3
The ThecriIlt cr cruiser ils > tn r Olympia has been b n ordered orderedfrom dered deredfront
from Colon to Cartagena to escOrt Mr MrBeaupre MrBeaujre MrBeaure
Beaupre the United States minister to toColombia toColcmbln toColombia
Colombia to Colon where he ivllL lIt tak taka tnka take takea
a steamer for the United States

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