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TABLE DOES STUNTS STUNTSBEFQRECICMS STUNTSBEFORE
BEFQRECICMS BEFQRECICMSTimes BEFORE GYNICS EYES EYESTimes
Times Newspapermen TakePart
Part 1n in Demonstration of ofLevitation ofLevitation ofLevitation
Levitation Levitationk LevitationiPURNITURE LevitationFURNITURE LevitationIFURNIT
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FURNITURE IFURNIT URE OBEYS OBEYSOPERATORS OBEYSOPERATORS OBEYSOPERATORS
OPERATORS ORDERS ORDERSGyrations ORDERSGyrations ORDERSGyrations
Gyrations Performed and Questions QuestionsAnswered QuestionsAnswered QuestionsAnswered
Answered at Commands of ofStudent ofStudent ofStudent
Student of Columbia ColumbiaRtoe
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RiM taMo tWo ptettM pIeuelTW
lTW Tbta command CO HINUt4
came In firm quick quicka
tonic tr
from a Young 7OUD man who ho h 1f 1ft1OUp hl
a group of cyBteal I newapaper newspaper men that
ptittqMa wRSta f1iI PalUdtno had nothing on him
In the art of table levitation JevltaUone
Strango e as it
may
eeem the taM >
did rle r ri e two of its legs Je
< < a lifting Ue n clear off
Uit UI floor by y a foot and later three of
its legs standing high in the air Ir I
It tras done in a large Jar e room on the theTuteoth
Tuteoth tenth floor or < tn the atunaer Building at t
3oclock 3 ooiock In the afternoon without any ny
of vt the paraphernalia p raphernaU or aoeesseries used
qty by the
ordinary pirituaJtotlo
perform performers perro ¬
ers ersThe
The young man was wa Bajnuoi Heraben
stain a 8ecGDd Becoodcar student in the Co ¬
lumbia Law School hooJ of New York who
is in Washington Wa hlD ton at t
< < the t be WiUard for H HyIntt w wvlett
yIntt f8It of two we wMke k He is only only twenty
two years oars of age and Del has studied table
Invitation for the
past three years He
15 ayj 1 ii3 yu he does not know what force
ooto C b
trrole tPOls trol the tafcl table He has h not even a
theory ns to why he can make the table
count the number of rings on the hands
resting on it or ot the t e number of derby derb
hats In the room roomNewspaperman tOObJNowapapormen roomNowapapormen
< Nowapapormen Skeptic SkepticWhen SkepticWhetJ SkepticWhcn
When ho told a group p ofr 0 twenty
W Washington nst08 newwpaWmen newspaper men that he
could make a table title from the floor
they laurhJd J ltd at t him He assembled u mbled nine ninemen ninemen ninemen
men a aJl1 t the table with him It was aa aaordlnqjor II
ordln brdang ordlnqjor tY light table He Hemade mad made each Mobman
man pu put < his two hand hD oa the table and aadpress aaclrels andpreen
press rels heavily upon It he doing the same me
tJdn
At t the e end of fifteen n minutes maut the thetable thetable thetattie
table will begin b8 said acidlVben saidWhen aldWb
When Wb the minutes were up ho said aetds
s Gentlemen keep your bands on thefable the theable
fable able 9bl but press very eory lightly I
This was obeyed obeyedNow obeYedNow obeyedPlow I
Now table he Bald ripe on two
legs armAfter 1
legsAftor
After half a minuto of suspense on
the part of those who were wee were at the ta
hl e and tboee tbo e who were spectators Ta T ¬
b ble b1erOlc a rose slowly to the two legs Je furthest Curtlte t
from the young operator going pln ng < < a foot
from the > floor At command the ta
Jt 1esa > Ie Eottlad tied back ck slowly wq Into place placew IaefJ
Now w Table said Mr Henhenstetn
rleo on that same YDe side please and and 4
then rise on the th opposite opposite p 08lle sIdoon ido doon on the
opposite o pOBlte side Table TableTable TableTable
Table did ld aa ordered orderedTable orderedTable orderedTable
Table Counts Countsow CountoW Countst
t Ico ow Table was the thejwwd corn COIDJrtM cornn
jwwd JrtM n ris rIM gas f for tprbRds rcvwjr cOm7 r v vhands oa the
hands resting en you youThora youThora youThose
Thora ware W8 O nine rms r n actd tile table
rue ad d settled back nine OHMS u
Tharo TJJ ro were fifteen dsrntes 4 dsrb en In the theroom theroOmaacI theroofs
room roOmaacI roofs and Table
counted them
aecu aecunUoly accurntoly aocuraately
nUoly rntolyAt raatelyAt nUolyAt
At this tW point the operator removed Yecl
his DaM entirely enUrel from tJi the e table and
continiMd to control it as La weU aa he
had 4 ds alone o with his hands h on it He
toed absolutely no contact with the ta ¬
ble at all and yet it rose and settled
baok ae he commanded At hi httt order
it t rontainod r stationary in the air with1 with1tho with
the weight of nlno nlo mens men hand upon
it tt
itMr
Mr Hnrshenstein did dI not attempt to
make m ke U tbe tit > table go completely cO 11plt > tely oft the
floor but h lie did make it stand nd at an
acute angle Q < < le with only one leg touch ¬
ing the floorThere floor floorThere
There was no possible way of his bS us ¬
ing a any y tricks in his hi control of the ta ¬
bin The spectators were crowded
around him feeling his arms and 114 hands
4o see s 8 that he exercised no muscular
feroe roo while the V table bte WM in the air
0 or on the floor and watching
dSnch Inch of space uadpr UJ 0 T the table to guard every
Jagaiaat trk trlcker trkkf ke7 f there thereLooked the1eLookef thereLooker
Looked Quite Simple
The thing og looked perfectly simple but
it wag 8 a feat toa which Knsapia PalladhloAd Psiladiaoand PaUadlno PaUadlnoAnd
And Ad other mediums have advertised as
bela being accomplished only on by the u uat sntrtts sntrttsof apldtsof
of tit the other ot v world worldlilt worldMr
Mr Horsnensteln HOI8Hn tein has h n never nfVera nrer attended attendeda
a Ep4ricaalfaUc rn1lAUle eanoe IMa Oe and knows know noth noth1Ag
lag about a aplrituaJIsm Btllrlhall But he h e did the thetable OMtabte
table levttation Jevtta nn in a finished way and andwaen aDdwaen andwhen
waen ho left the room the cynical Q
newspaper ncwa aper men were convinced that ta table table
ble levitation was real I However eor
theyre asking 1Uldn < < themselves yet what whatiLtaagn I
Rtranse gP force it Is that allows a man manobject I
to control an Inanimate tnaJdn object In that thatway tbatway
way Wass
wayMr Mr Horahenatstn Ho u lives m a Jersey J City
He o first attracted attention with his
table levitation when Palladino reach reached
ed 5d d New York a sudhc ad he made the boast
that th t he could rai raise e tables from the flooras floor dooras
as oho did He
made good then as 8
ho did yesterday ye erday on his promise PIOml to tpoontrol tocontrol
control Table TableMONEY TableMONEY
MONEY SWITCHED SWITCHEDBEFORE
BEFORE HIS HISEYES HISEYESFifty EYES EYESFifty
Fifty Dollars in Pocketbook Disappalrs Dis Disappear Disapp ¬
appear app ara When Bottfbt otaht for forTwenty forTwenty forTwenty
Twenty TwentyAl TwentyAmer
Al A1ca sr Murphy pIT a negro who lives Iv at at4tCt at4Ail
4 4tCt H B street northwest walked Into the theMlgbth theJII theIllghth
Mlgbth JII precinct ponce p Ib station this thl morn mornInpwith Jnomtngwttll morning
Inpwith ing with a hard luck storyAlex story ataryAlex toryAJu
Alex says 11 be ht was w standing at Fourteenth Four Fourteenth Fourtee ¬
tee teenth tb a slid ad d U streets but evening when whenho whenJUt whenhe
ho noticed a couple of ne negroes Toes stoop
down and pick up a pocketbook He Heaw HeI18W Hesaw
aw them count out fW and ptaoe pta the themeoey theIfteIMT themen
men meoey back Iiek in the purse Then they
oaute ea a i te over to where he was standing
and offered to divide the find If J h he
would ouJd say nothing lJthln about 1C It
Well ghre e you wbats w at its In the pocket
hook hen Aloz for 5e L one of the t heo men said
Alex handed haJ ed over 0 two no notes not andrut and andput andput
put the purse pur e In hto pocket When heopened he heopened beopened
opened It a few minutes later he dk discov discovered di + covereo cov ooverect ¬
erect ereo it was stuffed with newspaper newspaperBOMB newspaperBOMB newspaperBOMB
BOMB KILLS TWO RUSSIANS RUSSIANSST
ST PETERSBURG Dec a ZZA A bomb
enplo4led nXipJo r plo < ied ed in a Terrorist lodging house hf
in this tI city Two persons r oD were killed killedand kll1fdJUld killedAnd
and th ue police captured car > tlr d one nn > man who whoten whoWIIM whowas
was ten fleeing ll el tt from the tit building buildingBROWNS buU hujMingBROWNS < < 1lnlr 1lnlrBROWNS
BROWNSBronchial BROWNS BROWNSBronchial BROWNSBroncbial
Bronchial Troches TrochesInntaatly TrochesInlltaDtl
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Coughs Coo otI Unevicellerl Un vccll ell < 1 for or ri tleartn arlnc rtn the volr volreAbsehdety I IINIOItdely < >
AbsolMlely tree from o opiates MUe or anything anythingJOHX aDhjn
hu haxeatsl haxeatslPrice dId dIdPrte
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jNEWSPAPERMEN NEWSPAPERMEN CONVINCED AT DEMONSTRATION I
GROUP WiIH I ABLE RAISED AT OPERATORS COMMAND COlvIMA D CROSS SHOWS SPACE SPACEBETWEEN SAMUEL SAtru L HERSHENSTEIN OF COLUMBIA LAW LAWSCHOOL
BETWEEN TABLE LEG AKI AI 1 > FLOOR SCHOOL WHO EXERCISES STRANGE CONTROL CONTROLFriends CONTROLFr CONTROLer
Friends Fr ends of o Cook Cookman Call Calllor for o r Proofs coo aa From 011 Commander 0 Stan Stani er Peary PearyDr J JDr
Dr rat Egan man Says tavs Brookhnite coov nr i e Not Dishonest in n His rs i Claims at im t
Continued from ro First Page Pagethat pqethat Pagethat
that Cook thought he had accomplished accomplishedwhat accompUsbedwbat accomplishedwhat
what he said aJd but I believe that his acl acleutlfte scientiAc ct cteatiflc
eatiflc ability to know whether he wa waat YU YUat wasat
at the Pole Is lacking lackingWoraon laddn laddnVomon ladringwomon
Woraon Loyal LoyalThe Lo LoyalThe al alThe
The decision of tb the Danes however howeverte
te flnaj n flna a as far a as scientists so but the theladles Ule1adIeII theladles
ladles of Denmark mrk will wnt 1n never believe believeCO beneveCook neJIeveCook
Cook CO k was wrong rong and my daughter d ughter whois who whoto whowith
to with me will weep when she he hears hearsth hcart hearsthe
the t th report Je OIt OItNew ° rt rtNew i iNew
New York today te will tUl Raspings Inr at atthe atthe atthe
the report of the tJa DanWi sclenttets and andthe andthe nd ndthe
the commonest form of salutation In InGotham inGotham
Gotham today is I Good morntos what whatdo whatdo whatdo
ji jiGoUaam
do you think x Of > f Cook now nowtUi nowTwo nowm
Two m n n are still tUi loyal to the th Brook ¬
lyn Iyft discoverer They aro arodares 11 his brothor brothorA Woenar Woenara
A Brooklyn milk dealer and Capt apt B 8 8OebOn mlOsbon
OebOn of the Explorers Explor Club who de decll1re8 dedares
dares be to sure Cook reached the Pole PoleGen PolcGen PoleGen
Gen Thomas Hubbard president of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Peary Arctic Club and lKl one of the thestanched theatanchest thesWachest
stanched adherents of Commander CommanderPeary CommanderPeery or orPe
Peary Pe l7 in the early Iy days of his contro controversy controwr controversy ¬
versy wr with Cook today tod y declared hdid hdidnot he dlf dlfnot did didnot
not accept the interpretation of H Wel Wellington WeolU Wellington ¬
lington U on Wack Cooks Cook attorney att rneT that thatmaybe thAtmaybe thatmaybe
maybe Cook Is Insane InsaneGeneral Insan4GenenLl insa insaGeneral
General Hubbard declined to discuss discussthe dlMeuNtM disenenthe
the report of the Danish Danishwhereabouts committee committeeDr
Dr Cook whereabouts w whereabamystery boutll remain remainmrstery rer rfn rfnmatfllT s
mystery His brat brotier ter declares he 1 1abroad fall fallbroad isabroad
abroad intimating < < he to in Denmarkwill Denmark DenmarkWill
Will Be Beaten BeatenIt
It to believed that Dr Cook will be bedefeated bectefted bedefeated
defeated for th the vice presidency of the thfArctic theArctic
I
Arctic Club tonight ton t He to a candidate candidatetkm candklat4tI
for reeleCtion tkm
There Th < < e to a rumor t tMo today that COOk will will1M willa1
a1 Mo o be expelled from membership > itembers mtp in inthe Intbe inthe
the Explorers Club ChI of which he Is 18fonner a aformer aformer
former president pr l eat A committee coa nlttee from fromthe fromthe
the club which has been Investigating
his h Mi dui McKlnley claims to said aId to tohave tohave tohave
have found adversely adVftS4t aJftl sx s tIa to have rec recomnWidtxl reco roeomended
omnWidtxl o omended his dismissal dlmsbl al from the club clubJohn clubJohn clubJohn
John R Bradlty the financial backer backerof b cker ckerof
of Cook C < tok is still grinning and bearing
it he says sys though he admits he to the
object o of much goodnatured chaffliix R
from his h friends Whats s the use rose of
< crying ryina he said today I got Ot fooled
like thousands of other otbfMIVIIInrorned
VVellinforned people today declare e
Cook made about ltt009 before he lert lertfh leo Iet t
H He
is said to tr
have bn
hI his paid 6QQ0 fQO for fo r
Mary h by a New 1V York np1VP
The fh balance bhn newspaper per
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tUff seasonHISTORY seasonHISTORY season seasonHISnilllf
HISTORY IS REPLETE REPLETEWITH REPLETEBy
WITH irlT FAKE STORIES
By THOMAS S RICE
Pretenl Pretension on to discovery of new coun ¬
t tries tl1 are areDOt
not new nor are they by any
i means uninteresting but few of them
have been lteesrr as elaborate aa a that attrib ¬
uted utf u ted to Dr nr Cook CookThe CookTIle CookThe
The ancient
Orefk were famous for ftj
i traveling travel1n tr aveling < < In their minds and Iforodo Iforodous Hrro < l
j tus us has been en accused lUU ed
of 0 beta being inK the test b
t l twohanded liar of them alt In some somerespects om 110mre omrespects
t respects re but Herodotus
undoubtedly re recounted rpMantell reounted ¬
counted c < much that was genuine mixed mixedwith mIxedwttb
t with w ith what he had been told toldOne toJdOne toldQuo
One o of the earliest JIe8t writers In EnadlshwAS English Englishwas En tIlh tIlhw
i was w the champion travel taker for many
years j H JJtI was Sir John Kandevillo or oraund4wlUe or11anndevlUe
MaundevlQe aund4wlUe who was an n axsldlous axsldlousreader a1lSIblOU8or aseiulousreader
i reader of other travelers thi then n Joined the theranks thenuaIuI themake
ranks of mind wanderers sad turned turneo turnedIOJIIfI turnedut <
I o ut it some of the weirdest descriptions descriptionsof
of things he never ne saw aw ttiat could bemagined be
imagined Irnal I lMd Marco Polo the Venetian VemHianand Vent Ventand Venetianand
and many man other travelers have related relatedwhat reol relatedwhat ted tedthey
what they actually saw We then padded paddedout padcJ4dout paddedut
out o ut treir books with a lot of foolish foolishness fool foolishess h hneM ¬
ness n ess which leh they swallowed ailowei whole but butthey butthey butthey
they pan an hardly b be ranked in the class
with 1u tho thOffl o who deliberately j pretended pretendfdto > retendd retenddto
to have explored hitherto unknown re regions regions regleams ¬
gions
Woman Gets Aboard AboardThe A1JoardThe AboardThe
The suffragettes may nuL be pleased toknow te teknow teklWw
know that one of the most astonishing astonishingfrauds IUttonl astonishingfrauds hlng hlngtnud
frauds in the way v T of fake faketravelers traveiers was wasperpetrated W8HrpefTated wasperpetrated
perpetrated by a woman who assumed assumedthe 8NUrne 8NUrnethe aesumedthe < <
the name of Caraboo She bobbed bo lHNl up upin upIn upIn
in Almondabury Almoncl bury Gloucestershire Glouce texwWre Eng ICngland EnglAnd Itugland
land in the spring of 1817 Her story storyVJHS storynts toryII
VJHS nts II that she was born at Javasu in theIndian the theIndian theHldlan
Indian ocean was carried off by pi pirates pIntt p1rates ¬
rates ntt and sold to the captain of a brig brigWhen brl brigWhen < <
When men near the coast of England EngJ nd shejumped she shejumped sheJumped j
jumped overboard swam ashore and andwandered andwahdertd andwandered
wandered around until she was found foundby foundby foundpeople
by people who were vHling filing mnt to stand for forthe forthe forthe
the story tory and treat her well She
kept the game going for or two monthsand months monthsand montsand
and attracted much attention but sud ¬
denly disappeared when she heard heardthat
that some nonuniversity expert bad
that at she he was the daughter of ofa ofa
a Devonshire cobbler She Is said to
have come to America Dr Cook please pleasewrite plea pleasewrite e ewrite
write writeBut writeBut writeBut
But a case ca which closely lo8 l parallels parallelsthat parAlleletbat parallelsttat
that of Dr Cook first camo to light in inLondon Inrondon inLondon
London in 1704 In that year a history historyof
of the island of Formosa was w published publishedin JtIbll hfld hfldIn
in London by b a genius who signed himself him himself hlmB41 ¬
self B41 George psalmanaxar pUhn nasar He caught caughtthe eaughtthe caughtthe
the attention of o the pious by claiming to tobe tobe tobe
be a heathen who l had been converted convertedto
to Christianity Chrl tlanltT and nd had ad come to Eng ¬
land because he wafted to work up in interet IntfOft interet
teret In his hl lost unl u 1Cl + d undone country eowatr eowatrmeB
meB
I Language > e and All AllGeorge
George Geor e went farther than Dr Cook Cookin CookIn Cookin
in the matter of preparing pr ptrI records rseordsHe reoordaHe recordsHe
He Invented a Formosan For JaHPa Uutgnage < < e and andgrammar ItlldIrallbLr an angrammar d
grammar grammar translated in SIr hNo o It a J9 number numberof
of senten aentealie8and sentenlaes 8 and short prayers and al also also ¬
so prepared a vocabulary for those who whoshovld whllIlOOld wiltshould
should happen to visit t tiie ti b island H 11described Hdescribed IIdelCrlbed >
described the manners snd nd customs of ofthe ofthe o othe f
the Tormosan Fonno an natT e ems s most minutelyand minutely j j
and Dr Cook had nothing nowl on him In thWay the theway th e
way of pictures for George kor had hi lis lisbook I
book illustrated with engravings enguv ga of thhouses th till ry < I t thouses
houses modes of traveling and and ship shipping I
ping In specimens of the language angulL C and andlot a 4 j jlot Ilot
lot of other miscellaneous ml misinforms misinformatton
lice He strengthened this thl volume b bpublishing by hpublishing > j i ipubllalblnr
publishing another entitled A DtaloglBetween Dialogs DialogsBetween f
Between a Japanese nd a Formosan Formosanwhich FonnoganwhIch Formosanwhich I
which dtecusaefi current religious nrat1 nrat1tern mat
tern teT
ternLater j
I lAter ater George Geor e became connciencp conecIcpePstricken connciencpstricken conllolrnpstricken
stricken and confessed h he had never
bo hen > n anywhere near Formosa and had hatInvented I
Invented every line of his remarkablproducttone remarkable ci i
productions 1 which hlch had ha wlUintood wlthsloodnumber j jnumber j jnumber
number of severe eere tests by scientists o oassorted
assorted R8 < lrtEd varieties varlptJeIn varletfeWhen I I
When H cn ho died he eft ft a 8 Btranjcc tranFtfw11l e
will In which IIP again ndmltted that that
lmm IIA IP was an Impostor and > said al < J < r n > WJ was g <
merely rf1Y after the coin oln His will was wa s
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dated 1752 whon he was seventythree seventythreeyears seventythreeyellnJ
years old el He died in 17 1763 J He never neverdisclosed neverdisclosed
disclosed i cloeed his real name na o but it was I Ifound
found that he was born Jnttie In the he south of ofuniversity I IFJ1Ice
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university wandered ever Europe and andstarted andrtcd andstarted
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pher pherson on who in 1780 17 0 put over his poem poemOsian PONDOqlan poemOssstan
Osian which he claimed claim to have l lcued rn rncued 8 8cut
cued cut In the original Gaelic from l tt ttHlghhLnder tre treIlighianders i iIlighlandere
Ilighlandere of Scotland and translate translateinto lruutlate1Into translatedinto
into English LngitahLike EnglishLike Englt h hLike
Like almost all of his class Mac Macpherson iliacpherson
pherson wa was somewhat of a real genius genlWland geniusand enltu enltuand
and stalled his critics for some y years yearsbut
but like a certain recent faker he found foundit
it impossible to furnish fW1l lb the proper In Interna1 Intemal internal
terna1 evidence On the face of It Os Ossiau OaMan
Man was WIL clever as II a poem but the poet poethad poethad I
had overlooked among other fact facts that thatthe tbatthe thatthe
the language of great national classics classicshanded c1aaalcshAnded classicshanded
handed down among an Illiterate people peopleby peopJeby
by word of mouth from a a distant ageshould age ageshould Ageshould
should contain numerous archaism archall n and andsuch andsuch ad adsueh
such like delicate touches touch which denote denotetho denotethe
the real thing thinsMacphersou thingMaclhenon thingMacpherson
Macphersou llkeicl likewise e made the mistake mistakeof ml taki takiOf
of writing wrIting a story telling about himselfad himself himselfand hlJJIRltIInd
and his hl works orks and was tripped therein thereinThe therelDrhe thereinThe
The controversy controver y over Ossian continued continuedsome continuedeorne continuedsome
some fifty or sixty years then died awaywith away awaywlOi
with IU the general verdict that 34acph aiacpher aiacpherson r rson
son was the author and not the trans translator translator translator
lator of the poem poemShakespeare p4emShakespeare poemShakespeare
Shakespeare Fraud FraudIt I
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some of the th wisest men of t the a eight eighteenth e1ghtfnth eighteenth
eenth < century in literature were stung lltu lltuay
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following tollowl f a clue given inthe In the will of Dr
J T Hall 1 IaJI soninlaw of tho pool who
died d ied in 396 63 For indefinitenesH In telling
hte h is yarn YA n Samuel William Henry was wasrljcht WR8rbht
rljcht r in the Dr Cook class elll He was
only nineteen years old but ho had
the authorities guessing guc slng for Quite
aiwbile a > He 1 T flnally 1tJU Jly confessed
Mar Mark Twain In his hl Tramp Abroad A
Kravrty grav Tavy states It tea that when he got tired
of walking he a took a train to the next
town and let et his secretary do the walk
Ing lD for him thinBEN himBENNETT 11JnBENNETT
BENNETT BEN N ETT TO DROP DROPNORTH DROPNORTH DROPNORTH
NORTH POLE CASE CASEPAIff CASEPARIS CASEPARIS
PAIff PARIS D Dec R0 22A A
quainted Person who is ac ac ¬
don 1lennett with the views of James Tam Gor GorBd
nnett proprietor Of
the New
York gerald scald Bd that there
the slightest sllhte t probability that air was Ben not ¬
nett
would prosecute Dr Frederick A AhJ
Cook r the hJ becau because tal false SS e or the S sale 1 to the e Herald Heraldle
BtorjNjf atorl of the
pole poleMr le dash to the theTJ
TJ Mr LB055 Bennetts V wbolo tvh1 ° disposition this
person addled wag to
drop the
entirely e and matter
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say nothing more about it itPeary ItPeary itPeary
Peary As Gueat
guest Comnuuw1er 2man or the er Robert New x Peary is to tho thoreturn
New York IIt its England SocIety or
Yor kthts annUAl dinner In Ne New
oVAnln evening The
explorer
left
Washington tJaJ this
olock train for New morning on the 18
return tomorrow York He WIll
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COMMUTERS UNITE ONITEMeeting UNITEFOR UNITEFOR
FOR LOWER FARES FARESMeeting FARESMeeting
Meeting Called at Alexandria Alexandriato
to Consider Service and andSchedules andSchedules andSchedules
Schedules SchedulesTTASHKGTON SchedulesWASHI ScheduleswAniI1Groi
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TTASHKGTON WASHI GION TOiMS BUREAU BUREAUALKXAXDRIA BUJtEAUALKLUfDRIA BCanluALCXANDRIA
ALKXAXDRIA VA DEC D = H IM IMAnnouncement 1 1ft 11 11Announcement
Announcement ft OUAeeJft8llt to I made m de that the Com Comrautora Commutonf Commutors
rautora Protective AM Atton elatfen n com comrpoaed comI composed
posed J OMd of passengers wh who travel over overYernon overtlM overthe
the Wuhins Washingtaa n Alexandria and Ad l1t l1tVernon MtVernon
I Vernon railway will b k revived at an anearly anerIy anearly
early date dateTh dlteI dateThe
Th The object ef caJttn calling the meeting itIs It ato ItIe
I
Ie stated Is to set the rU raiiwsr company compnrto
to maintain its schedule and a general generalImprovement generaJImprovell generalimprovement
Improvement Improvell nt of vervto Ioe including thecleanliness the thecleanltnew thecleanlbteM
cleanliness of its lt car Another import important ImportAnt important ¬
ant feature to be considered conMcIw will be a areduction aredutlon arode
reduction rode xton of fare Coranratra over oYer the theVa theu theWashington
Washington Va u r lngton Arlington and ad FalteCburch FalteCburchrailway FallsCburchrailway FaU8Churehra
railway ra T will bo invited to participate participatein
in the meeting meetingWHilam meeUngWHltam meetingWilliam
William H Hodgkin died die suddenly eudde 1117
this morning at the Alexandria
Hospi Hospital Hospital Hospital ¬
tal following a sb shore rr illnew IIIn Mr Hodg
kin wafe taken HI at
the Columbia
engine en engine enstne ¬
gine house early eari this morning and was
taken to the hospital ho plta1 where he died
He was a native of this t ls city and was weee1xtYthroe waselxtythroe
I elxtythroe years old He was 5 unmar unmarried unmarrlod ¬
rlod For a number of years he lived livedat Jivedat livedat
at Falls Church Mr Ir Hodgkin
was wasalo wn wna1o wasalso
also Identified with the newspaper bosl boslnee buslnBIMI businses
nee nBIMI for a number of years yearsThe Y8BllLThe yearsThe
The funeral of Mrs Johanna Sweeney Sweeneywho Sweeneywho Sweeneywho
who died Sunday night last took place placeD
at D oclock this mornlDc from st
Marys Catholic Church Rev Father FatherH Ftb FtbH
H J Cutler conducted condu t9d the services servicesTboae servicesThose enicesTho
Tho Those e serving as pallbearers were John JohnMcKenna JohnMcKenna Tohn11cKenn
McKenna Thomas F Kelly James JamesRoche JamesRoche Tam06Roche
Roche Thomas Murphy lurph SL M R OSulll OSulllvan OSullJvan OSuUIvan
van and William w 11iam Whales WhalesA VVhalenA
A venire of twenty talesman talc men will ill be besummoned b bs besummoned
summoned s mmoncd shortly from OHO of the ad adJoining adjolnmg adjoining
Joining counties to secure secure a a jury for the thetrial thetrJa1 tetrial
trial of Henry Honr Smith the he negro De o who whoturned whoturned whoturned
turned States evidence CVkl in n the Schultz Schultzmurder Schultzmurcler Schultzmurder
murder trial and who will be tried Jan January Januar31 January ¬
uary S next nextMLJton nextMUton next3iflton
MLJton Franklin a negro was badly badlycat badlycat badlycat
cat late yesterday afternoon by b an un unidentified unidentified ¬
identified negro n while in a barber shop shopon shopon shopon
on the upper end of King street Frank ¬
lin had sixteen stitches taken in the thewound thewound th thwound e
wound which extended across th the thethroAt e
throat The man who wielded the raescaped razor razorescaped ra zor r resca
escapedHarry escaped escapedHarry esca
Harry McAbee a negro was W In the
police the lice court today held for the action of
the grand jury on a charge of bigamy
Rebecca Johnson whom hom he married No November November N o ¬
vember tt last and who 1 is alleged to
be his bl second wife 1f8 was the oomplaln1 oomplaln1ant oomplaJnaDt
ant ar + t
aDtA tA
A business meeting me of Fitzgerald
Council No 456 Knights KnIt1 ts of Columbus Columbuswll ColwnbuswfU C
wll 11 be beheld held at 8 oclock tonight at St t tIn
MlUTs Hall HallIn x 1 1In
In Pie th corporation court urt today C Ran ¬
dolph l lavl > avis qualified as a notary pub ¬
lic
RELIABLE RUBBER BOOTS BOOTSHcduced BOOTSReduced BOOTSReduced
Reduced from 6 P 3T M this evening until
Noon tomorrow only onlySTORM onl onlSTORM onlySTORM
STORM KING BOOTS BOOTSExtra
Extra High Cut buckles around top topBoys topBoys topBoyss
Boys sizes sizes 3 to to 6 287 I IYou
Youths You ths sizes 11 to 2239 2 239
Quidssizes Childs sizes 6 to t lOMz 169 169KNEE 169KNEE
KNEE BOOTS BOOTSWarm Warm Lined LinedBoys LinedBoys nod nodBoys
Boys 245
Youths 187 187Womens 1871Y
Womens 1Y OInen s 187 1871n
Misses 1n C8 159Childs 159 159Childs 159ChUrls
Childs 129 129Childs 129Childs 129Childs
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MOTHERS CLUB CLUBWILL CLUaWILL CLUBWILL
WILL FIGHT EVIL EVILMrs EVILMrs EVILMrs
Mrs S Al Prescott Locturcs Be Before Bcfote Before ¬
fore Women on The Protec Protection Protection Protection ¬
tion of Girls Girlshe Girls1t Girls1tThe p pThe
The he 3F Mothers < M er8 Club or ° the ° District DI t t of o
Columbia Mi enlisted In the
fight affair againt b
the tJa > white stave 8 traffic tratlJeoUTIHo
The Protection of Girls Girl
was the
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building ye terd
yesterday afternoon
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11000 100 value Holiday pries 4iiS 4iiSFUR 81 81FUR
FUR COATS COATSExceptionally COATSEx COATSEreeptlonafly
Exceptionally Ex > cptlonaJ1y Sue gariMat taiT
ored to perfection need with silk
first ctess cla cIas coats th the like of 0 which
you cannot duplicate anywhere in
the city Regular J7S i5 value ue HoU
day sale Ie price priceSmall PriceSmall 4L 4LSmall
Small Boys Overcoats 5 5and 5I 5and
and 6 values I t tBoys tr
298 298Boys flQ
Boys 7 and S8 8 sSluts i iSuits
4 75
Suits now nowSizes nowSizes a aSizes
Sizes from 4 to 16 16Striking 16Striking 16Striking
Striking Reductions RedactionsLADIES ReductionsLADIES ReductionsLADIES
LADIES SUITS
820 20 Suits for 31473
S25 25 Suits for 81975 1915 t
S30 30 snits for S2475
35 and 40 Suits for 2975 2975They 2975They 2375They
They come com in worsteds and broad
many different styles
Regular price PiO0Handsome 3000 3000Handsome o oHandsome
Handsome Caracul CaraculCoats CaracuICoats ara araCoats
Coats Greatly
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many dlffeernt style styleRegular strlfolJRegular
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Only Pay Us 1 1IL a Week WeekThe Wf WeakThe k kHe
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1012 Seventh Street
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FREE F R 9EL EE BOOT SOCKS With All Rubber Boots
XMAS CANDY With All Childrens Shoes ShoesFrom ShoesHAHN ShoesHAHNS
HAHN S GIFT FOOTWEAR FOOTWEARI
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A r1 From This Evening at 6 6Till 6Till =
> Till Tomorrow at Noon NoonWe
We Ve offer many desirable lines of Xmas Gift Footwear at
llLL1L deep deepcut < cut ut prices pricesIn
In spite sp te or THE BUSIEST XMAS SAS TRADE HAHNS
I STORES HAVE EVER KNOWN the assortments arc re still stillnearly stiUnearly affilHeady
41 nearly complete completeand and our service is more prompt than it ever everhas everhas
has been Of course courseyou you you well know knowth1t that only RELIABLE RELIABLEQUALITIES
I QUALITIES Can be found af at our our 3 3 houses I
Warm Buckle Arctics ArcticsReduced ArcticsReduced ArcticsReduced
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Womens 125 kinds112 kinds112High k kinds nds 8112 8112High 112 112High a
High Beacon Arctics ArcticsWith
With S or 4 buckles bucklesMens bucklesf bucklesMens
Mens f ns 3 kinds k lld8 265 265Womens 265Womens
Womens 250 kinds 215 215Misses 215ifisses 215i
i Misses ises 200 lands kinds169 169 169Ohilds 169Childs w
Childs 195 kinds kinds139 139 139STORM 139STORM f fSTORM e
STORM ALASKAS tiALASKASfJ1Ien ALASKASMens ALASKASllrens
Mens 1Ien x112 112 Womens 85c 85cMens 85cMens 85cMens
Mens House Slippers SlippersReduced
Reduced Tonight and Tomorrow A M
250 and 3 Red or Brown Kid Cava ¬
lier Slippers 195
250 50 Brown Kid FADSTS 179
150 Wine Kid Opera Slippers
Si X119 19
100 Leather Sole Bath Slippers 87c 87cWomens 87CWomens 7 7Womens
Womens House Slippers SlippersSI SIippcJsFelfs S i ppe xs xsand
Felfs SI and 5259 Klubon Trimmed Seunl Scentless I sa c 1 ff
Felt Sltftp1 169 169o 10V 10Vsnide 1
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