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Educational System at Pan Panama Panama Panama ¬
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Continued from fromFlrst First Page Pagepractical Pageractteal Pegepr3ct1ca1
practical subjects ubJ ts but were We fur removed removedfrom T8mcvedfrom removedfrom
from the base of supplies uPpU so to speak speakthe speakthe speakthe
the negroes were ere here in large num numHrs numtrB numrrs
Hrs and their mental character and andOclal andN1ai
Oclal al traits wore at such variance with frithCSose witho8e Withpose I
pose o8e of the white children that more moreCr moreCt moreC
C Cr less experimenting was likely to be benecessary benecfsStj beflcessary
necessary som0 score or more nation nationalities nationalities nationaliUes ¬
alities were w re represented differing in lan languages languages Iangage ¬
guages soolal customs and habits h blt of ofthinking orthinkinG oftji
thinking tji inking
Such and many more difficulties dtr cultl08 were wereencountered weranountered weretilountered
encountered < by those in charge chlLr o of school schoolaffairs sehoolnrcalrs schoolaffairs
affairs during the first yonr And out
< > f it all a school system was to be beevolved bellvoo becvolved
evolved llvoo which would give to the zone zonesuch zonefHh zonesuch
such schools that American parents ParenteWho parentswin parentswho
who came to Panama might fee re that
inefficient school facilities were not notamong notamong notamong
among the objectionable features ef liv living lIvirg livftg ¬
ing In the c Ce t al l zone zoneProblems zoneProblems zonePoblcms
Problems Solved SolvedMoat SolvedIolt SolvedMost
Moat of those tho problems have either eitherbren oltherbrfn eitherbren
bren solved or are in the tbtt th process of ofsatisfactory orsahstactoO ofsatisfactory
satisfactory solution Some Srn > are yet 8t In Inthe intnI Inthe
the experimental stage There are now nowtwelve nOwtWtlve nowtwelve
twelve excellent axc llont scheol buildings for forwhite torwhite forwhite
white children and five for colored chil chllrn ¬
dren rn Thore are eleven other buildings
for colored children now In use but butthese butthese
these are not so well adapted to school schooluse schooCSL aoliOoitse
use useAt I
At first the difficulty of eettlnpcompe rettln getting compe
tr tnt nt teachers was great gte t Reported un ¬
favorable climatic MM and sanitary sanl ry condi
ttms rendered it almost impossible Imro slble to torrcure tofpure toFPcure
rrcure firstclass firstcta
teachers who never neverre nevercrc
crc re without employment at home But Butwith ButwAth
with ith the improvement of
conditions conditionsorr C ndltlonsI
I err rr and the tb disabusing dlebU ln of the peoples peopleminds
minds of certain very errOneous notions
aa to the undesirablllty undes1rabI1i of living on the theKone thenE theI
I Kone nE the difficulty of securing firstclass
t aohers has gradually disappeared
More than one onchaJt half of the white
tea teahers hers are graduates from universities universitiesr
< r normal schools hoo in the States Of this
number thirteen hold baccalaureate de depress der doJresM ¬
press r s and twelve normal certificates eertifi atM
vhlle hlle all the tea teaeholS eh era have had two or
more years successful 8ucce stul
experience in th the l
profession The personnel of the prea prestnt
tnt < Dt teaching corps will
not suffer by byiy
e Comparison with that or any school
t11 ti U jn the States tates eIther as to personal sys
iy y or ortraining academic and professional
training trainingsrhools tnunln
The school system at
lnds 1 ends twen present compro
twentyeh tyeight ht dfferent schools
Each under undo a principal who has Imme
dlat charge and Is responsible directly
to the office ot the superintendent or
srhools a aptudy primary sOpervleor
who has
iharge har ot the grade work In the white
Fhools from the first to the fourth yOars ara
an elementary and high
school supervIsor who bas char charge o of thIS th
Work from th fifth rth to the twelfth Year
nu8Ivea nelusIve n superintendent responsible
directly to the head or the Department
t Civil
AdminIstration a COfrse ot
ptudy embracing the elemental elementa 7 sub
jts II arithmetic calisthenics drawing drawinggiene
En Englhh lIh
geography history music hY
giene reading Spanish writing and a
ir tour > ur years c rs course In secondary Instruc ¬
tion embracing embracln four years of Latin Latine
three e wi ot f French roucii inreo three ot German fiftyI fifty t
tUr 1 ur weeks eaota eao In algebra als 1Ira and scorn I Irtry
rtry try one year ear in physical geography
TJirep years in In History four years 08r8 fn In
I nglish The sciences will be added an ¬
other year yearArrange ycarArrange yearArrange
Arrange Detail Course CourseThis CourseTJ1fs CourseThiTs
This year a detailed course of study
1 being worked out
This will be so sohPduled sorrheduled
hPduled Ehpdul d that pupils transferred from fromcnf tromcrap fromcne I
crap > community to another anot bel will m not be beInconvenienced belnronvenlencod belnconvenioncod
Inconvenienced and hampered hampered by finding
themselves either In advance or behind behindthe behindth behindthe
the th class to o which 1tleh they are assigned assignedThe slgne slgneTho slgnedThe
The organization and administration of ofthe otthp orthe
the zone schools Is s very similar In all allrespects allr8P allrispeets
respects r8P ts to that of Northern cities from fromthrty fromthIrty fromthIrty
thIrty to fifty rty thousand inhabitants inhabitantsTwo InhabitntaTo inhabitantsTwo
Two substitute teachers are employed employedTheir employedTheir enipioyedTheir
Their business is to supply whet wen teach teachers tchiers teachers ¬
ers aro on sick leave to assist back backward bAckw backward ¬
ward w rd pupils and those who are behind behindTilth behindWith behindwIh
With their work as a result of leave J ave in inthe Inthe inthe
the Statos StatosShortly StatosShortly StatesShortly
Shortly after the opening ope log of the pres present prestnt presexit ¬
tnt school year 981 the course of study for forthe torthp forthe
the colored schools was revised The Thec
c cJ > Udren of these soltools are utterly utterl in infapihle Infapthle InrftpJle
fapihle of the kind of training the thecourse theOurs thecourse
course Ours of study for our white schools schoolscontemplates 3IehoolsoratEmplate sebuolscontemplates
contemplates A course for colored coloredschools colorodBChool coloredschools
schools has boon organized which dlf lt
fem noticeably from that of these of ofclass ofdata
class data Ias A A Reading writing spelling the
f iTvamenUIs fin amentsls of arithmetic hygiene hygieneiinrt hySene hySene1n hygenenri
iinrt 1n nri language now constitute the work workof workof workof
of the th colored 1 schoolsPlan schools schoolsPlan hools hoolsPlsn
Plan Agriculture Study StudyS StudySm1 StudySiTne
S Sm1 > me American history and geography geographyare
are given but a sa reading ieeeone J 3eseossaot 3eseossaotrR oot ootf t t1q
f history or iOOgraphy oogra hy lesions In ad addition addition additlon ¬
dition the division is planning to do dofim dor dorrr
fim r r1I elementary work in agriculture agriculturenn4 gr1cuitoremd cult re reln
nn4 ln horticulture To this end the corn oomntsion CJOfftrrJslon cornrsion
ntsion has been asked to appropriate approprt8teOmall appropriatesmall appropriatesmall
small plots of ground near some of th thi the thet
i 40 school hool buildings buklIn se a that a beginning beginningcan
can be made madeThe maLlsThe
The following foll wlng appears a la the report reportcf rep rt rtd j
cf the division of schools for October
WA3 As to the matter of compulsory eornpu edu education edue ¬
cation e I have to say y that MI far as the thewJiite thewMte thewlite
wJiite American children are concerned concernedpractically e concernedrat1cahly neernoofratlcal1
practically all who come under a cora corarulsory comf1Jeot cornrTsori
rulsory f1Jeot law Bro now attending Rtt4tDdI th thschools the llMEChools theehoo1s
schools Such a law would operate operateprincipally OIMralafrinc1pa11y opratsyrincipally
principally upon norAmerican norAme a chil children chrtn churen ¬
dren rtn and I think the present pr nt appro approi approrlatfon appre3riatfon
i 3riatfon rlatfon Inadequate to meet the th in inrrased inC
< ceased 8800 demands such a law would wouldmake woulmake wouitmake <
make on tho division The total en enrollment enTol1ment Sriollment ¬
rollment last year would indicate that thatthere thatthfre thatthere
there are in the neighborhood of 2J40 2 2s 2J40uuh I II
I uuh h children From the U census JUUM it Itnoldent is isevident isevident
evident that there are at least 1500 1500more 1thnore jioomore
more who did not enter ent l school at all allUntil allntil allVntll
Until special appropriations arc made madeIf1klng mwle1rokLng marl marllooking
looking toward th U the future social oon oonii oonJon eontinn
ii firms Jon of the Zone Z e a compulsory law lawstems la lawrema w wEHrn
stems to be Inadvisable It may J ay b bi be bet beah1igethor
i r altogether Impracticable suggestion suggestionlit
lit 1 t It seems to me that the Uevern Uevernrnrnt Oevemmrnt Uveznrent
rent should not expect X t the commis commis5K connntnon
5K non > r to 0 divert dl rt funds voted for th the con conMrutlon confftUon conrrurilon
Mrutlon of th the canal and auxiliary auxiliaryrectifies auxiliarygtndt auxiliaryr
rectifies r Into channels which hlch in no noviftp notlP nosupplement
viftp tlP supplement this work There Thttrelar are arvI
I lar owrver t r economic reasons why the at attention attPfllJn atteion ¬
tention of the Government should b bCireoted be beruted beretod
Cireoted to the social problems of their theirr theirHwty their7tWly
r ewTy acquired province provinceAmong provlncfJAmong provinceAmong
Among other feature of the admin administration admin1atraUon adminstration ¬
istration of the schor ho may be men menrorifd meonfllfd nientonid
rorifd the plans of free text books and andripflual 111fClfial andredtal
ripflual Inspection In pectlon All children In both bothlaMR Hthare lpothr
r laMR 1zis a are supplied wjtii wlt free IM taxis taxisTa teatsUt
Ta 0 Ut < = t year y medical inspection 1n tJon of th thvitr the theUtr theschools
vitr schools IJCboo18wa was Inaugurated hA Uatoc1 Aside Asidem
m cartful provision pro1 lon against con conigiitis CORlglIUI conI
I igiitis diseases such physical defects defectsi
i 8 might in any wise retard 18 ird the ehW chlWs s sprogress
tprJrps progress in school were looked to Op Operations Operation Opcration ¬
erations and othed methods of treat treatment troolmnt treatmerit ¬
merit woro resorted to with most satis ¬
factory turtor results The plan wa W8 resumed resumedthis ro umed umedthis
this year rear and all the th children are be
ing gpanlned gpanlnedCHILD gpn1ncdCaILD ran1ned ran1nedCD
tJItoo tJItooFOTTSaJt
OTTSMLLIC FT1LL1r JLE Pa Dec 4Bccaw 4BccawIcy 4 Became a atrolley atroHry atrley
trolley FOTTSaJt Icy canghad c caiad ad n no < fonder and was bo botoo being beingrun bol beingrun ng ngrun
run too r3 r3pJ tplaby P orby by > y tho Schuykl e huykl 1 railw railwFOTT8MLLIC railway railwayu
u L Jury hUJlo nansMyRrdod Gwudcd < Mary Rsnowijh l a asix asIX asix
six yearoWTag aroh1 whose wh hund the car carcut cartut carut
cut ut off Orrf 3OOi 3000 damage mo i iI
SPRINGFIELD Mass Dec 4 4Though 4Theugh 4Though
Though the State board of arbitration arbitrationhas arbitraUonhab
has h announced that it will confer with withthe wIththe
the Ludlow mill officials otft in Boston in inan Inan inan
an effort t to end the l udlow Ludlo > strike prep preparation prepration prepitlon ¬
ration for sefious trouble is being beingmado beingmade beingmade
made at the mills today following the thefiring thefirIng thefiring
firing yesterday e terday of the first shot of the thestike i istrjke
strjke strjkeThe sltlkeTnt stikeThe
The shot was fired when hen PInkerton Pinkertonmen i imen Imen
men attempted to take away the furnl furnlture furnlture furniture
ture of the strikers camped on North NorthVllbraham NorthVllbrsham i
Vllbraham near Ludtow Lu 10 w A polish polishwoman poll polishWomSu h hwoman
woman iat at t on every piece of furniture furnitureand i iand Iand
and refused to move It is said one of ofthe ofthe I
the detectives struck one o e of the women womenafter womenafter womenafter
after she refused reru ed to move moveThe m moveThe ve veThe
The Poles surrounded the detectivs detectivsand detectlvand detectivaand
and Chief of Police Storer had his han hans handsfull < ls lsfull i itull
full to prevent trouble The detectives detectivesgYe detectivesgave
gave UP tlicir plan to move the furni furniture Curniture furniture ¬
ture As they moved away a single singleshot lIngleshot singleshot
shot was fired Strikers declare the de detectives detccUVE8 detectives ¬
tectives fired
All Classes Taking Up So Soi Societys Societys
i cietys Campaign Against Againstthe
the White Plague PlagueA Pl gue gueA
A grimytoted grl Uted newsboy walked into intoThe Intorhe IntoThe
The Times office this lb moraine MOml unfolded unfoldedhis uftfoldetlhis unfoldedhis
his palm and extracted therefrom a apenny apeony
penny pennyGlmran pennMGlmmo peonyGlmmt I
Glmran one of them Red Cross Crossstamps Croillsstamp Crossstamps
stamps will yer mister ml r I want ntJI to tomall ton1l I InMlli
mall a letter to t me brudder in Philly PhillyThe PhmyThe PhiflyThe
The stamp wa wu at one once forthcoming forthcomingand forthcomingaDd
and ttte younster yeun tw darted tl rl8 < l out the door doorfer tloortor doorfar
far the th nearest lettorboK lettorboKIt leUor leUorIt
It was a case of a big example examplethrough examplethreugk examplethrough
through a newsboy o and his mite All Allclasses Ano Allclasses
classes o are becoming interested in the theantituberculosis th thmtltuberculo theantituberculosis
antituberculosis ta campaign being beI waged wagedby wqedhj wagedby
by the Red Cross Society Through the thenewspapers theeW8JM thenewspapers
newspapers eW8JM through the merchants merchantstrough merchantshrouh merchantshrough
trough the moving picture shows at ateven azI azIeven I IeV
even eV n by means of the btllboar3s bmbOa s of the thecity theIty
city every ever man woman or child who whomails whomalt whomails I
reminded remindedthat remindedthat remindedthat
mails a letter Is constantly
that 1 cent spent for a Red Cross stamp stampis
is Jw j Jwat st t that much aid m theliard the hard fought foughtbktUe Cou foughtbatUe < ht hthAtU
bktUe hAtU againat flst t the White PlfStw PlfStwIn Plague PlacueIn
In consequences of the worthiness M of oftho ofthe
the effort and the publicity thus given giventhe ginnth giventhe
the th campaign the stamp sales ea are con constantly contanUy constantiy ¬
stantly on the increase at every depart department department department ¬
ment store bank and other business businessestablishment bualnesset businesseStablishment
establishment et ltab1l hm nt at which booths have havebeen naebHn harebeen
been established A land ofrtce business businessUnion buslncrellRAILROAO businessRAILROAD
Union Officials Will Arrange ArrangeCampaign ArrangeCampaign ArrangeCampaign
Campaign to Get Increase Increasein I
in Wages WagesNEW i
NEW YORK D Dee 4 tPromlnent tPromlnentunion 4Prominentuziion Prominent Prominentunion
union officials representing lOOteO lOOteOrailroad 1M 1Mrailroad ioeeoorailroad I
railroad men will begin conferences conferencesin
in thi this city Monday to formulate the thedemands thelIomaDds thedemands I
demands they will make upon the thevarious therlous thevarious
various rlous railroads for a 1 16 per cent centIncrease centInorease centinerease
Increase In wages for all employee employesThe employeHThe employeeThe
The union conferences will continue continueseveral continuestneral continueseveral
several days and subsequent con conference centeroncH conforesees ¬
foresees with tho railroad managers managerswill managorsIll managerswill I
will Ill begin b n about December D 15 1L The Thenegotiations ThenefOUations Thenegotiations
negotiations betwoen the employes employesabout employesan employeeaiiJ
an aiiJ nefOUations the managers will continue for torabout i iabout
about thirty days before a definite re result recult ¬ I Isult
sult Is r rflAohod reachodThe a hod hodThe
The railroad employes state they will willnot willJlot willnot I
not strike In sympathy with the t h switch switchmen switchmen iwitchmen ¬
men now on strike b because ause these theseswitchmen thMewltchmen theseswitchmen
switchmen are members of an indepen independent Independent independent ¬
dent union unionThe unlenThe unionThe
The trainmen will make demands demandsupon demandUDOn demandsuDon
UDOn the managers of thirtytwo rail railroads railroa railroads ¬
roads roa s of the Mississippi and among amongtlofio amonJttI amongtIie
tlofio ttI making ml Cin these demands will 111 lx 1 be be27ttsi
27000 27 Kwltchmcn Demands upon the themanagers thema themaIiatger
managers ma lI If of all Eastern Eawt < rn railroads for forinrreauM torInrea forinereas4
inrreauM Inrea wag wages H will m a aeo fIO o be made i
+ 4 41ev + + + + + + + + + + +
1ev + r +
+ 1909 A AiWi +
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is being done at the > American Security Securityand SfCurfiyand Securftyand
and Tru Trut t Company In particular p rtlular This Thibooth Thlbooth Thisbooth
booth Is in charge of Mr Irll Bookman BookmanVYinthrop B BeckmanWinthrop kman kmanInthrop
VYinthrop Inthrop and Mrs Frederick FrPCtt > rick Keep KeepThe KeepThe KeepThe
The poetoffloc booth has always be bef been beena n na na
a revenue Te nue producer It catches cat lleos < what whatmay whatmay whatmay
may be termed the floating trade those thosewho tholewho thosewho
who come laden with Christmas pack packages pa packages < k kage ¬
ages and letters and are reminded that thatone thatone thatone
one of the little green and red stickers stickersshould sUckersshould UekenMould
should be on every one of them themAt themAt thornAt
At the larger stores tor too it has It been beenfound beenfound beenfound
found that the th original supplies su ptie were wereentirely wereenUrely wereentirely
entirely inadequate and reorders rt > order are be beinir be beIn being
inir In filled each morning morningNational mornln mornlnThrough morningThrough
Through the Slate Department the theNational theNational
National Red Cross Society has h taken takenup takenup takenup
up with Great Britain the postal or order ord order ¬
der d r of the latter country which discrimi discriminate d diseriminatea rlml rlmlnates ¬
nate against aaln t packages from this thl side sidewhich sid sidwhich aidewhich
which boar the Christmas stamps of the theRed theRed theRod
Red Cros The attention of the British Brittohauthorities Brit Britauthorities Britishauthorities
authorities has h been beencalled called to the fact factThe tact1he factThe
The Vital V ital Records RecordsBirths Rec rds rdsBirths
Births BirthsHomer BirthsHom BirthsIloinor
Homer Hom A A A and Hu Hugel UeI el SmiUi SmI a boy boyMarriage boyMarriage boyMarriage
Marriage Licenses LicensesDaniel LicenlOiDaniel LicensesDaniel
Daniel N Stephens and Mary C C Brown Brownof rown rownof
of Washington WashingtonHerman WahlnztonHerman WtashingtopHerman
Herman L A Aben bell and Alice R Corn Cornwell Cornwell Cornwell
well of Washington WashingtonOeorge WaaJtl Wahiagton000rKe ton tonGeorge
George Meloy and Catherine theri e S KtMfek KtMfekof
of Washington WashingtonOrlando WashingtonOrlando
Orlando D Donaldson and Ida M Du Duvall Duvall fluvail
vall of Laurel Md MdBernard MdBernard
Bernard L Ahman of Norfolk and andAnnie andAnnie
Annie B McCown of Kemp Ytlle Va VaJulian VaJulian
Julian Parsons Wtllcox and Laura Clif Clifford ClIfCord Cufford ¬
ford Wells of Washington WashingtonJames WashinitonJames
James Jaan F h K XIly 41y and Lulls I Arbuckle Arbuckleof
of Washington WashingtonMary
Deaths DeathsMary
Mary B William Wllti ms K years 1314 Third Thirdstreet Thirdmeot Thirdstreet
street southeast southeastAntoun southeastAntoun
Antoun Basha C years 741 Thirteenth Thirteenthstreet Thirteenthtreot Thirteenthtroet
street northwest northwestIrene northwestIrene
Irene Hoffeoker X y y8rll ars 18SI 1 II street streetnorthwest streetnorthest streetnorthwest
northwest northwestCatherine northestCatherine northwestCatherine
Catherine M OfCman CO years 86l8 1000 006 M Mstreet Mtreet MStreet
street northwest northwestTreea northwtTrNIL northwestTrosa
Treea A Howard 3 M S y yosr eAI ar3 914 14 North NorthCarolina NorthCaroUnA NorthCarolina
Carolina avenue soutnen lJOuth southrtGeorge t tGeorge t tGeorKe
George yintermyer Vlnt nnYer 3 yens f1tI WasWnston WasWns Va Vashlngton bing bington
ton Barracks BarracksSamuel BCUTacka8aInu BarracksSamuel
Samuel 1 W V Tucker M years 135 Elev Eleventh Eleventh Eleyonth ¬
enth street northeast northeastGladys northeastGladys rtht rthtGladll
Gladys Lang K years ZTli p street streetnorthwest IItrpetHortll streetnorthwest
northwest northwestGeorge Hortll northwestGeorge tit titGeorge
George G Cornish 71 years 7 alf1 108 1O C street streetsoutheast streetsoutheast treetJfOutheast
southeast southeastJohn JfOutheastJohn southeastJohn
John P Maloney 44 years W 603 Sixth SixthHtrwt Sixthflt SixthStreet
Street flt t northeast northeastJohn northeastJohn t tJohn
John Blade 30 minutes 116 Third street streetnotitheast street100JthMlAt streetsoiithrast
Several doses will make your youroutoforder youroutoforder our ouroutofordcr
outoforder Kidneys Kidneysact
act fine fineHundreds fincHundrfNM fineHundreds
Hundreds of folks here are needlessly needlesslymiserable ne needlesslymiserable le ly lymM
mM miserable rDIc and worried because of out outoforder outoCorder outoforder
oforder kidneys backache or bladder bladdertrouble biaddertrouble bladdertrouble
troubleIf trouble
If you will take several doneof Papes PapesDiuretic PapeDiuretic PapesDiuretic
Diuretic all misery from a lame back backrheumatism bf1ckrJleumatl backrheumatism
rheumatism m painful stitches sUtch inflamed inflamedor
or 0 swollen eyelids nervous headache headacheirritability hduheJrritAblllty headacheIrritability
irritability dhsxlneaa wornout sick sickfeellntr sickfeeUq sickfeeling
feeling and other symptoms ptoma of over overworked 061work overworked ¬
worked work d or deranged kidneys will vanish vanishUncontrollable vaniahUncontrollable vanishIincontreliablo
Uncontrollable smarting < frequent frequenturination frequenturinaUon frequenturination
urination especially at night nl < ht and all allbUuler anmltiery allbIa4r
bUuler misery ends endsTins entiaThis endsTide
Tins unusual preparation goes oe At once onceto oneeto onceto
to the disordered dlftOrder d kidneys bladder and andurinary andurlnarv andurinary
urinary system vMtflm and nl distributes its heal healing heal1ug heallng ¬
ing cleansing and vitalizing llallzln inflUence jn enco
directly upon the organs and glands Klandsaffected glandsKttectedi glandsaffected2
affected Kttectedi affected2 and completes the cum before beforeyou beoroyoU beforeyou
you realize rea IZt > It ItThe UThe ItThe
The moment you suspect any kidney kidneyor
or urinary disorder or fe tel > l rheumatism rheumatismcoming rheumatismcoming m mcoming
coming begin taking this thi harmless med medicine medIcine toedlathe ¬
icine with wit It the knowledge that there Is Isno lano isno
no other remedy at any price made madeanywliere madeanywher madeanywhere
anywhere else I e in the world which < h will willeffect willertfet willeffect
effect HO thorough and prompt a cure cureas cureas
as 5 a fiftycent treatment of Papes PapesDiuretic Pape PapesDiuretic
Diuretic which any druggist can supply
Your physician pharmacist t banker bankeror bankeror
or any mercantile agency ency will tell you youthat YOUthat youthat
that Pave Thompson A Pape of Cin Cincinnati Cincinnati in incirmnatl ¬
cinnati is I a large and responsible re ponlble med medicine medIcine toedicine ¬
icine concern thoroughly worthy of ofyour otyour ofyour
your confidence confidenceOnly conn confidenceOnly < nce nceOnly
Only curative results car Come ome from fromtaking fromtakIng fromtaking
taking Papes Diuretic < and a few days daystreatment dayatreatment
treatment moans clean actl e healthy
kidneys bladder and urinar > organs organsand orpnsan1 organsand
and you fool flue flueAccept fineAccept flieAccept
Accept only Papes Diuretic DlLretIeflfty DlLretIeflftyceIt nfty nftycei ftCtycelt
cei celt t treatment treRtrn treatmenttrQm > nttrom from any drug store storean storeanwbere toreant
an ant anwbere > whore in the world orld
Ambassador Reid Will Ask AskRemoval AskRemoval AskRemoval
Removal of British ritish Dis Discriminating Discriminating DIscriminating ¬
criminating Order Orderthat
that the R RCongress Red Cross s is s r recogaised d Jy JyCQngre byCongress
Congress and that President Presidentsponsor Tat ta a aoIpon8 asponsor
sponsor r of the society It was u also said saidthat fIJdthat saidthat
that a number of packages already have havebom hvebln havebeen
been mailed to England En < land ad that the ther therttllrn thereturn
r return turn of these tit packages pac because tiey tieyi tHShar tie3hear
i hear > ar Red R d Cross stamps will w I prove of ofserious orfrlous ofserious
serious inconvenience to the senders n elll and andthe andthe andthe
the prospective recipients recipientsThe recipientThe recipientsThe
The international postal regulations regulationsforbid rt11P1ltlonIJtorbld regulationsforbid
forbid the use of stamps > with objects objectsspecial ObjectllspecIal objectsspecial
special or peculiar cullar to the country using usingthem u usingthem t tthem
them bat the attention of Bnaiaml En nd is iscalled tacalled Iscalled
called to the fact that the th Red Cross c ex exists exJ oxJets ¬
Jets J ts all over the world that it Is not notnational notnational notnational
national In character an aug nat at its It in interests Intfretrtx interests ¬
terests In England and all other cons conntries COOfttrjts constries
tries are allied alliedAnvisaador all1edAn alliedAirbesador
Anvisaador An dr PeM wa WILl asked to take takeup takeOJP takeuP
up the th whole matter with the British Britishnutborlttei Br1UehnuthortUe Britishauthorities
authorities and advise what car < be done donetoward donetuwarel donetoward
toward securing a withdrawal wtlh rawal of the thediscriminating thedl thedlecrimln5tIn
discriminating dl cr1mlmtUn order orderThe orderThe rderThe
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manner in which the stamps are taking takingall taklft taklftaU
all over America There re now seems to tobe tobe tobe
be no doubt that 50OOftOC9 of them will willbe wllbe willbe
be disposed td of in the United States Stat and andWashington andaehlntlon andVashInton
Washington It appears will easily ly use useIts UMItA useits
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Among the prominent society oc > ty women womentheir womenand womenand
and girls or time city who volunteered voiunteeredtheir volunteeredtheir
their servl services Mi in sIMnsr 111n < stamps ye ynter ynterdT yesterday t r rd
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Franc Frances < 1 McLaughlln Miss 10 Vance Sulli Sullivaa SulUYII Suiltvan
van XU MI Mary Chew and bUss Ella Ellabeth ElleaboUt Elisabeth ¬
beth Godwin GodwinSENATOR Cod1rinSENATOR UodWinSENATOR
Senator Piles Declares He Has HasServed HasServed HasServed
Served Public to His Finan Financial Financial Financial ¬
cial Loss LossThat LossThat LossThat
That he has h already been too long longin longin
in the Senate for his own pe pefinancial personalfinancial personal personalfinancial 111
financial good warn the declaration declarationthis
this morning Lot of Senator Piles of ofWashington orWltallhlngton ofWshiington
Washington as La be left the White WhiteHouse WhiteBOUN WhIteHouse
House HouseIf
If I had been practicing Jr ctlcng law while whileI
I have been In the Senate m te I could couldhave couldhave couldhave
have made a great deal of money he hesaid heId hesaid
said Id There has ha been the greatest irreatestboom greattboom greatestboom
boom in my State in years these very verydays verydays y ydAYS
days I have been in the Senate S nat If Iflater IfI ifI
I had entered the Senate six years yearslater yearslater
later than I did I should like to remain remainright remainright remainright
right along
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suburbs will n be the owner of ofthe ofthe
the beautiful Shetland Pony and andCarriage andCarriage anda
a Carriage we are to award to the themost themOBt themost
most popular scholar scholarEvery aeholarEvery scholarEvery
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and deposited in the box to be befound bround befound
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under are eligible eligibleVote eligibleVote eligibleVote
Vote Early Earlyand EarlyandOften
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Passing Pa5 ing of Lie Direct Pre Precipitafes PrecipitatBs Precipitaths
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tween Lawyers LawyersContinued LavyersConUlJU4Kl LawyersConthiue
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you nu lane such a order OIdpr7 demanded demandedMr dtirntuu4adMr
Mr 1r Llpeooori LI heatedly heatedlyI
1 will state that I wa wee informed Info that thatmembers tbatl thatmembers
members l > mbers of th tIe force were holding a areception arpception areception
reception with the prisoner and thought thoughtliat thou thoupt thouptlat t tllat
lat unbecoming repletl rep led Major Syl Sylvester 51tster Sylvector ¬
vector vesterAt vectorAt tsterAt
At this point there was a a shuffling of offeet
feet and a stir among the pectatthat spectatorsthat spectators
that WMJfndd Uad like disapproval so much muchvo
vo 0 that udge Gould adtnonivhed a them themthat themthat
that anything like a demoiw demo demonsratlon ratkn rnttonwtulr1 > ratknwould
would result re in his dealing severely severelyvith fi7erely1th
vith 1th th thi offenders offendersMajor oftendersMajor offendersMajor
Major Sylv Sylv1iter sters ers testimony te t1mony followed followedtliat followedthat followedthat
that of ten Or more witnesses wfneseealnch inchEd including inchEding d djng ¬
ing six policemen who were called bv bvthe
the defense deren to establish e that Capt CaptMathews CptMathews CaptMathews
Mathews reputation was 110 that of a aman 8dangerou adangerous
dangerous vIndictive and vloler vloleztman t
man manF manF manF
I F A Bloomer an official of the Penn Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania ¬
sylvania railroad d J Kuhn an attor attorney attbrfey ¬
ney Thomas Tho P Brown Bro a former r rman jaDlice jaDliceman Uoe Uoeman
I man and Policemen John Lievell fI4nty
i Stroman D David vid Hares and HUNt all afltestified allteaUfted afttestified
testified to this effect effectAffray ofIectAffray effectAffray
Affray With Citizen CitizenSupplementing CitizenSupplemonUD CitizenSupplementing
Supplementing this testimony te tlmoDY and in intended istended ¬
tended to show sho further that Captain Captainl I II
I Mathews when aroused was quarrel quarrelI quarrelsome
I some high tenpered ten pered and would brook brookno
I no interference with his plans Mr Llp Llpcomb LI LIoml LIPOcomb
comb > read from a a newspaper clipping of ofseveral ofsevpral ofseveral
several years ago which told of an in incident SlIrdent Incident ¬
cident in which the slain officer at that thattime thattime thattime
time a mounted policeman and n a citi citizen cJtIzpn citiZen ¬
zen had been involved at an inaugural inauguralparade InauguralparadE Inauguralparade
parade According Accor 1Ag to this account the thecitizen theI thecitizen
citizen when attempting to cross Penn Penni PennsYlvania
I I i sylvania avenue so In the path p th of the thethen Utethen thethen
then Policeman Mathews who bo becom becoming eoGmIng beceming ¬
ing enraged clubbed the man and andi andknocked
i knocked him down and then after ar arresting arI arresting ¬
I resting sUnK him struck him in the face with withhis withhia withhis
his clenched Use Usei tistCalled
i I Called to rebutt the testimony te da daagalng doraagaing
agalng a alnlt to Captain Mathews reputation reputationwere reputaUoRwfte daiD1
I were Louis P Shoemaker aaktr Director DirectorRalph DirectorRalph
Ralph of the th Bureau Bur u of Engraving Engray EngrayPrln sad aadPrinting sadPrinting
Printing Prln ln William S S Wlnwattr and R RHarrison LHarr180n R RHarrison
Harrison Johnson all of wntm wore woreclose w wclo pce pceclose
close frietule of the slain officer They Tneydeclared TJaeydeclaled Theydeclared
declared that his reputation w WU fo fopeace rot foIBaker rotpeace
Baker Ridicules Pica PicaDistrict PIcaDl PleaDistrict
District Attorney Att Bakers opening e ng ar argument uumettt orguineert ¬
gument to the Jory followed the calling callingtenant ealUngto
to the stand or Dr H W Momtt totrttt LIeU LIeUtenant lAsstenant
tenant Sprokle SJMO kJe and Detective James JamesSpriniunan J11188pri JamesSprlngman
Spriniunan 8pri jlU1laA for redirect examination examinationMr exaq examplnationMr UOA UOAMr
Mr Baker ridiculed the plea that Collier CollierI Co1U Co1Ubact Collierhad
I had killed In selfdefense etrder declaring deelAUift it itfoolish Ittoollsh Itfoolish
foolish to contend that the slayer had badreason hadrNlIOn hadreason
reason to fear that Captain Mathews MathewBintended Mthe Mtheintended MathewsIntended
intended to do him bodily harm harmEven harmEven harmEvcn
Even the defendants counsel doesnt doesntbelieve tIoMntI doesntbelieve
believe I his story that th he 1i shot In self selfdefense aeJf4efenae selfdefense
defense declart1 Jeclar 1 Mr Baker This Thiswas ThIsall Thiswas
was all a a deliberate wanton Nato murder and aJMllt aJMlltshould it itshould Itshould
should be punched br the f fMr extreme pen penally penalty pestally ¬
ally altyHr
Mr Bal r taliped ta ed for n nearly uly an hour hourwhite hourblte hoerwhile
white blte Collier not if t quietly displaying no noemotion DOemotion noemotion
emotion accepting the prosecuting XO < at attorneys attOil1WYS attorneys ¬
torneys bitter arraignment arral ment with almost alinoststolid bnost5tolld almoststolid
stolid indifference Indlff Uf Mr Baker was fol followed followed followed ¬
lowed by Attorney Taylor of the de defense de deenee dofeumee ¬
fense enee Attorney Atton eo ey Llpscomb will make makethe Jcethe makethe
the cloning argument a for the defense defenseand defenseand e eand
and Assistant District Dl trlct Attorney Given Givenwill Givenwill
will dose 4 for the GovMument nt Indica Indication Ind1catlon Indicalion ¬
lion are that t te > e ease will go to the Jury
late thia aftentoon aftentoonSCIENCE atteruoonSCIENCE
MONSON Maew I Ma Deo 4 4EIaroicl Harold D DHutchlns DHutchins DHutchins
Hutchins fifteen son of Mr and Mrs MrsWalter XlSI MrsWalter
Walter Hutchlns is dead after an i 11 11nellS Iln I Iness
I ness n of several weeks The boys par parents parDts parouts ¬
outs Dts are Christian Chrl tlan Scientists ts and he behad het
t u had no medical attendance Associate AssociateMedical AaaoeIaeI AssociateMedical
Medical Examiner Jackson viewed the thebody ebody tlsebody
I body Dr DrJae1aIon Jackson said the late immedtetecause Immediatecause latecause
cause of death was infantile mfantUeI paralysis panttystaCOKE paralysisI
prrrSBTTRG Dec 4 4A A voluntary In Increase ZnI ¬
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been announced anno by the Dunbar Furnace FurnaceCompany FurAACeCGmpaD FurnaceCompany
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CHESTER Pa Dec ccalvtn 4Calviningstr Calvin Morn MorninKstar MornInpUr
inKstar a hotel porter of Leipervitte LeipervitteIMM e
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that an uncle of his wno die d recently
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into unconsciousness unconsciousnessDr I IDr
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proper proper 1er medlcrl authorities aut orlUe of the world worldTAFT worldTAFT worldTAFT
Five Thousand Delegates Expected Expectedto Expecteto
to Attend Rivers and Har Harbors Harbors ¬ I Ibors
bors Congress CongressPresident CongressPrMIdeDt CongressPresident
President ratt att today agreed a eed to deliver deliverthe eltv deliverthe r rthe
the opening address of the Hivdrs Rtv and andHarbors andBarbera andHarbors
Harbors Congress COBItI next Wednesday WednesdaymornniR WedI1eadaymorJdn Wednesdaymorning
morning morJdn at the New WIllard Hotel HotelRepr HotelRepl HotelRepresentative
Repr Representative wentative ttlve Ransdell of Iou Louisiana Loulstanapreek1ent Louisianapresident siana sianapresident
president declared today that the con congress conItrea congrees ¬
gress this year will be attended by at atleast atleast atleast
least 5CDO d dI elates elatesI
UI I have Just reeehred a telegram t from fromGovernor fromGoY frontGovernor
GoY Governor DOr Pardee of California that he hewin hewin hewilt
win bring brin two carloads car fI of delegates delegatesfrom del delegatesfrom te tefrom
from Oakland Washington Wa hngton will have at atleast atIMJtt atleast
least twentyfive delegates this year yearBH yearHow
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The Same Sure Remedy Which WhichCured WhichCured 11ichCured
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Yes there was wa a time when I could couldhardly couldhard couldhardr
hardly hard bear to look at myself el In the theglaM theaJd theglass
glaM said a wellknowa society bean beanty beauty beanty
ty hr I waa hideous and I knew it and andmy lidmy andmy
my friends knew K It even If they said saidI saidnothing I
nothing < te me mehI teeI
hI I loflft care whether its It Just a few Tewetray rewstray fewstray
stray halra hIr or a full tIe mustaches
hair on a woman 8 face will spoil her
beauty beaut Thats all there I iIt to that I Iknow Iknow Iknow
know Of coarse I tried the electric electricneedle electricneed1e electricneedle
needle and ail the other remedies I ever everheard everheard everbeard
heard of And of course the hair came cameback cameback caineback
back It always ah a will with such rem remeden remell
eden 041 ell They dont really reall kill the hair hairThey hallThey hairThey
They just burn it off of the surface and andstimaate andetimo andstlmute
stimaate etimo ate the roots Sometimes I just justcoukhit justcould justcouldit
coukhit could bear to face anybody odY with that thathorrible thathorrible thathorrible
horrible growth on my face and arms armsI
I was about to give up in despair when whensome whft80me whensome
some friend sent me a bottle of Electro Electrola
la l I hadnt faith in the tb remedy be before be before ¬
fore tor I used it It but it took just one treat treatment treatmfnt treatment ¬
ment to convince me The way that i
hair came off was a a marvel and no mat matter matter mattee ¬
ter how Ions Oft I left the remedy on it itit ItIt ItIt
it would not burn or smart Thats the thesecret thesecret
secret of its success You can leave it iton Iton I
on Ionic enough to reach the roots and andkill andkill I I
kill the hair and a cure with Eiectrola ElectrolaIs
i is a a cure that lasts See my face Is as assoft assoft
soft and smooth as a little Uttlechnds childs and andIts andIts andits I
Its been months since I cured myself myselfIf my elf elfIt
If you dont believe this th Is Just try Else Electrola ElsetmIa ¬
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who ho is troubled with superfluous Lair Jairto talrto Lairto
to prove this sure remedy Just as thou thousands thousand thnusands ¬
sands of others affected with objec objectionable objeetionable ¬
tionable hair have done If you want wantcI
1 permanent pt rmant lasting cure not merely merelytemporary merflyemporary merelyemporary
emporary relief 1r Electrola is I what whatyou whatyou
you 0 should use usei UMAll useAll
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