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1 THE WAmIINGTOY TIMES WEDNESDAY WED E D Y JANUARY 12 1910 n
I BLAMING BALfDURFUR BifOi BifOiFOB BALFIURI
FOB I
Former Premier Said to Have HaveSacrificed Haveacrificed Haveficed
Sacrificed ficed Vigor For ForDignity ForDignity ForDignity
Dignity DignityLIBERAL DignityLIBERAL DignityLIBERAL
LIBERAL VICTORY VICTORYEXPECTED VICTORYEXPECTED VICTORYEXPECTED
EXPECTED BY 1 ALL ALLC0 ALLCIHsume ALLLarders
C0 CIHsume s ervtr e Leaders Trying to tocmce
V i
Cwtwaee Voters els Tariff Is IsHarmless IsHanaJes6 IsHis
Harmless HanaJes6LO HisL03cDON
IdCKCDON LO Jan tt tscuve Conservative leadr l lead leadaew ad adtactics
r sdstted sew tactics today to their theirdfort th theire iT iTeJfort
dfort e > rsrt to convince e the voters that hadetrtiee H thadeptioa Ha
adeptioa a of prtecti3 a as proposed by bythem h hthelia
them will work a great industrial bone benentto bonefit nf nffit
fit ntto to Kaglaad KaglaadWaHorfAstor EIIcIaDdX hlatlaedYeutg
Yeutg X WaHorfAstor the Coaser Conserva Conservative Coa a aUve ¬
tive 1 paituummiiury candidate from Ply Plyinsuth PlyA7a Plynisotb
insuth say says he win give SII 9M to char charity eharit charhrf ¬
ity it hrf if food prices fucreaea increase durfojc dur rqs the tlieposed tll thetest
11 test year of the operation fit the propared pro proPGR4
posed tariff tax Charles Cba iea Bayer a Bath Bathmaiuifsctuniiv Bathlnouaee Batha
a maiuifsctuniiv fscbe announce J noun e that be W willglue will willjrtve I Ighe
glue IXm to charity If be doe Sena not notinersase notinerssse t ti
inersase i the number mber of Ms employes 07 by by1M bYL byLNI
1M L LNI within two yeans mder a pro protection protedlea protediea ¬
tection polityOther policy policyOther poUy0tM0r
Other offers of this sort are arelid being beingmany beingnude
nude lid the effect baa been to make JllAkey makegney
many workmen WO believe the end of alt altthe alltheir ailI
I the their troubles trou will earn euaes wit with the adop adopttoa JpU adoptien
ttoa or Brotactloa BrotactloaThat DrotedinnBoifar
a1Itii
Boifar 1Itii R Rainoasilsk RainoasilskThat 1JWe 1JWeTIIat
That the Our Oousei eryt vattvea vrb are not count counting COtDtme countSag ¬
Sag too strongly on wreatiag control of ofparliament ofpaziiameat r rfrom
parliament from the Liberals to Indicat Indicated indicated Indtoated ¬
ed today in the 1nc increasing criticisms of ofthe oftb ofthe
the Conservative leader Arthur Balfour Balfourthe RaUoarthe Balfourthe
the former premier premi r In the event of a adecisive aLIberal adecdslve
decisive Liberal victory It is certain certainthat cenabat oataiathat
that the Conservatives Ceo tin wm place theresponMbgity the theresponsibility then
responsibility n J II nq1t7 on Balfour BalfourThe BaltourTIIe BalfourThe
The worst accus accusation tion made madeBalfour againstBalfour against againstfor
Balfour Is that be has sac rt ced Yic vlaerfor
for fordIgDtSY dtgnQty dtgn y am an4 that his moderatirawhile noderarJom noderarJomwane
while wane fltttoc iltt1v is beautifully beautttuDylll In a cabinet caMnetmeeting cabinetmeeting etIi
meeting IE w wlolfy r ioify out or place tn faa such sucha
a campaign aa aathat 1M he LIberals r6 r6me wag
me i F FIle1roar
meBa1taar
Ba1taar favors DIOtert1on bat reCvses
to say I that tlaMJ1Ot4dtoa y protecttoA will end theprsMdat the thet theJT
JT prsMdat t of lack aet of employment aHat be heurges bea beuxp
Fer urges uxp a Mr JIa7 MVT as a defense dt dtbat aaaiast
Ci i > man amere agnreasiq1 sion sionthat bat refuses to sa °
that he believes Germany German t is preparing
for a war against England he depre
oatos the IAI Liberals eraI attacks on the peers pensdefesees
bat esvfesses eM8 that the house of lords
needs ne refonnatkm refonnatkmK relormattcnJft reiormattenfrt
K Jft frt t ClaUBiBg a Ciaiasiss MachAt Mach XtKaAt X1LAt
At GhMNcow last sight Balfour actu actually aetually actually ¬
ally shocked his bIg audience aud by refns
insc to predict the result of the eiec
tioa tiOlt TIle best comfort he could hold holdout boN0Qt boldout
out to his Conservative audience was
U that r T I am sure that the Radical RadicalwlE
jortiy wotity Ja b tile next bou or coauaoaa eommoawill coauaoaawfl
will not exceed eKeeecJSweh apceeedSuch 3Mi 3MiSuch
Such Moderation as tide tidemany t Coneeettttire Con
HnaUYe kadet s declare will DOt win wIDmaay winy
many y rot vote and is largely responsibleU responsible
for the failure to make the t expected
C Crerervadve ttve aetue sm th1a U is week The
lieutenants in the Conservative ranks
U think t hlllk that Barreur outfit ongi t either to
adopt more anressive e I tactics profess
complete coaodeace and snout the theKalfoor
Jutys logaaa or yield the leadership
Balfour r so far however has shown no i
inclination to do either eitherconstantlT
Since Monday the Liberals have been
constantly raising ral their claims e which wbk
has had a 4isquiettaK 41 quieten effect amomc the
Conservatives CoDlJerVatfvoesM ConeervattveM
I IAL
AL M J COLBERT HEADS HEADSBAR HEADSBAR HEADSBAR
BAR ASSOCIATION
wyers Urbanization Or anizatio Elects Of Offtwrs Ofh OfersCorporation
ftwrs h ersCorporation Corp C rporation < K tkm Counsel CounselThomas CouoseIThom ConiseliiioinSs
Thomas Thom iiioinSs s IrldofsedMichael Indorsed IndorsedMichael Indorsedrol
Michael i rol Colbert is today president presidentIng lKeshIeatof
of t Dhatr Bar As8oclatioa 1IIICCeed
Ing HatnanM Wilson Tbe other oJBcers eMceraare o oers oersa
are a re BeIIJaIIda So Minor r brat vice IIe8I preslent
dent Henry W Sobon second vice vicepresident VJceTr vicePresident
president Tr President t H H Prescott Galleynperetaa7 Gatley GatWyharles secretary
harks < harles H Cragin Cral n treasurer and Na Xat Natiall NatianiFi
t tiall aiml fl Wnaon WDaIoIay0gear Oscar Luckett Lnckett and John JohnLewis JebaLnds JohnLfwts
Lewis Smith directors 4IreetoreTwo directorsTwo dJreetorsTwo
Two resolutions lt8I were adopted at the themeeting themeeUllg themeeting
meeting of the association held last lastevening JaatpvfDiD lastEvening
evening one expressing the confidence confidenceof tI eDeenf
of the rgaafeaiion a In Edward H 1L
Thomas corporation COIPJla tioo counsel counsel who un anerwent 1111erwftlt ¬
< derwent erwftlt criticism recently re < enly when his hisrame hirame hisraise
rame was urged by his friends for forcommissioner ferfoJJUDlssloner furcommtsslozer
commissioner The other resolution le Oll Ollvlded pro provided provided ¬
vided for the appointment ap o4ntment t of a ateE eomuiit eomuiitteo COIIIDdtt
teE t e of seven to investigate Jn jgate the audttor audttorshlp audltshIp audttorship <
shIp o oAthe the District DiIr rot Court CourtDEATH CourtDEATH CourtDEATH
DEATH IS EXPECTED EXPECTEDOF EXPECTEDOF EXPECTEDOF
OF MRS ELSIE SIGEL SIGELWidow SIGELWidow SIGELWidow
Widow of General al Sigel and GrandMother GrandMOther Grand Grllndmother
Mother of f Murdered Girl Girldumor GirlCaano GirlCannor
dumor Recover RecoverNSW RecOV6rxw RecoverNW
NSW TORK Jam 12 12lt It has been beenElsie beengiven i
given eat Ity her pIa physicians that lIat Mrs JlraElIde MrsElsie
Elsie age cannot recover from the theattack theattach
attack attadt of paralysis with w itcn 41ch kh she shehas shehas shehas I
has been stricken Mrs Sigel is the thewidow tb tbwidow theWidow
widow of Gen Ge Tranz Steel 1 and ad be before before before ¬
fore her marriage e was Elide Dnton DntonHer DalenHer DelonHer
Her father fatherDr Dr Rudolph D1 Etajoa n a na native 11Ute natire ¬
Ute of Werdea We Germany was com compelled compelled corDelled ¬
pelled to flee ee that country in 1849 1849tloa 18 18becauee
because of his activity III the revolu revolutloD revolution
tloa of 184SBteie IUSEf8Ie 184S 14EEfale
Ef8Ie Bteie Dvlon was married ia I 14S to toFranz teFrau toFranz
Franz S51 Ie Sigel i of Brooklyn and there thereare tlMreare thereare
are at ber ner bedside t their three chil children ebJldrn children ¬
drn dren Mrs Schehl Franz Sigel gel and MIdPaul andPaul
Paul Sigel S I wb w whose se da1l daughter hter hterWas < fSte fStewas luxewas
was murdered 1Irderecl by a Chinaman Chi here ia
May 190 190DR 1MDR 101 101DR
DR MORGAN HEADS HEADSCOLUMBIA HEADSGOLUMBIA HEADSCOLUMBIA
COLUMBIA SOCIETY SOCIETYDr SOC TY TYDr
Dr James I Dudley > ndley jJbrgan is Iaconsratn1atioas receiving receivingcongratulations recetvtnacongratnlations
congratulations today on o his election as aspresident asPr8lllllent aspresident
president of the Colombia Historical So Soetery so soeiety Solety
etery O Ott ofAeers elected at a meet meetirgr JDeetleg mo t titg
leg at the Sboreham Hotel test nigrht 1JdsIttwere pigbtwere nigrhtwere i
were Vice presidents Justice Job Bar Barnard BIIrJaanI Barnard ¬
nard and Allen C C dark treasurer treasurerWlOiam tJIea treasurerWiUlam WeI
WlOiam H Dennis recording reco I secretary
Mrs JII Mary Mart Stevens DS Been correspondma correspondmaecretary eeI eeIK corrrapoadhary =
ecretary ry M K I L AValler W W ler curator cunatorl James J
F Hood chronicler danM Mrs Madison II Bal BaJ Baia
a lin Iinger er members i
c the board of msnast3s man
a enJ ers for four yean L 1 p ShoemoJcer ShoemoJcerand Sb Sdoeurkerand J
and John Joy Ekison > aoa for or three years
vilttam rn Dam V Cox to fin tile vaexBired vaexBiredCHILD JI
term fill u Jng A A B Hap HapCHILD Hagaer HagaerCHILD
CHILD BURNED TO DEATH DEATHcaums DEATHBU1tLINGTON DEATHURLflGTON
BU1tLINGTON x X J I Jan tJLeft
a3one 0De at home
while her mother W1K wscalling I
caums L calling on neighbors fouryear fouryearM o VT r ioii i
Johnson dau daughter iter of of Mr 1 I 1
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MISS ALMi ALMA BELL BELLREGOOIIT BELLSTORROW BELLSTORROYt
STORROW D DEMANDS DEMANDSRECOUNT MANDS MANDSRECOllNT
RECOUNT RECOUNTCandidate OF WES WESCandidate VOTESndidate
Candidate ndidate Barely B rely DefeatedFor Defeated DefeatedFor DefeatedFor
For Bostons Bost nrsMayor Mayor Preparing Pre Preparing Preparing ¬
paring Petition PetitionBOSTON PetitionBObTON PetitionlK
BOSTON lK oxJa Jan Ja 12 12Po 1t PosslbJltty that thatJohn utHim LiterJohn
John F Tftxserald though thoughelected thouchelected dedared dedaredelected
elected mayor of Boston ot by 14X1 14X1plurality lu5phlraJityby i41 i41pluralityby
plurality phlraJityby by unomcial couatMqP couatMqPDOt count nay naynot
not rule the destinies de of 0 the Hub H1tthe err errthe iferthe
the next four yea yeaJames years er3 came today todaTTaaaes when whenJames
James J Storrow the apparently appueatlyfeated de defeated defeated ¬
feated candidate of the Good Govern Government GiwenalDe1It Government ¬
ment Association announced that a aracdlMht ar arK
racdlMht r rK Ibn would be demanded eeIIlag Accord Aceortlaa Accordlag
lag to the Storrow agora pres Pitzgesrntds ntxeer ntxeeraids
aids a 4 lead is really reaD less than tIIaabe m sedhe and andhe
he believes it Itla is possible he may b bcounted 1M 1Mcounted becounted
counted in inThe in inThe inThe
The Storrew managers ers today start started started tatt tatted ¬
ed on their plan for a recount I IBoston Ia Ia01I Inon
Boston 01I it Is I necessary to have the thesignatures tileai thesignatures
signatures ai J1 1IIe8 of Jtfty voters in east c cthe ofthe C Cthe
the twentyftve wards oC the city be Mtore before b bfore ¬
fore a recount will be ordered onIfteIthe andthe and andthe
the sun was barely baret up p today toda boCore boCorethe cethe befecethe
the necessary documents wer were wereelrcnlated solMg beigcirculated solMgcirculated
circulated circulatedGeneral elrcnlatedGeneral circulatedGeneral
General opinion however is that thatthere UlattMre thatthere
there is little chance of trie Tltscer Pitagecaid Tltscerald 71 71aid
aid election being < overthrown It Txgenerally is isgenerally Jepoerally
generally admitted adD tied that assay mere mecn 8
Fitzgerald votes than Storrow StorIOWwer Stor vot votes voteswere a awere
were wer challenged and it is believed believedlikely beUflIe4probable
probable table that a recount I is more tta
likely to increase the Fltsaerald Ptz < eraLI aa
Jority JorityCHARTER JorityCHARTER jorityCHARTER
CHARTER IS ASKED ASKEDFOR ASKEDFOR ASKEDFOR
FOR CHEVY CHASE CHASECitizens CHASECitizens CHASECitizens
Citizens Will Make ake Appeal fa toLegislture t tLegislature faLeis1ature
Legislature Leis1ature of Mary Maryland MacyblDd Maryland ¬
land
The Maryland Legfatetere r a wttt b basked k kWIthtII be beasked
asked within the next few days IS1e to static statica granta
a charter to Chevy Chase Md MdA MILclaarter MdA
A charter for 811 submission to the eIAi eIAi1at8re Jjdir JjdirlatHre Laliglatnre
latHre was adopted last night by ypoup a agroup alip
group of citisene ett zone e representing eatmg a aity major majerIty majority ¬
ity o of the inhabitants of o this thriving thrivingsuburb thr thr5Uburla tbrlviatgsuburb
I suburb and a working committee com communed COIaposed camposed ¬
posed of tM following taxpayera taxpayeranamed was wasnuned
named Preston ton Shealey John L L
Weaver Weav J W W Terkes T W S s Swart Swartsell Swartsoil
sell a George e C C Wedderburn 3 Dr > r Glen Glennan GIeanan Glennan
nan nan Vernon Hodges and W T S Cur CwrCls
Cls IL
ClsTne
The charter provides ponce and eke ekeprotection 1keprotfCt ce ceprotection
protection protfCt a street str clesn cleann deantng nv squad and aadplaygrounds aMroundL andplaygrounds
playgrounds roundL L It will be ruled by a may mayor Mayor mayor ¬
or and council councilHOUGH COUDdLHOUGH aounciHOUGH
HOUGH IS CHOSEN CHOSENBY CHOSENBY CHOSENBY
BY GARRICK CLUB CLUBAt
At the arnual meeting of ta t Garrick Gar Garrick Grrlek
rick Club the following follo officers wars warselected wene1eetecl wereelected
elected electedJudge e1eeteclJucJ electedJudge
> Judge e Robert T s h Sough hDr ugb President prestdantDr PresidentDr
Dr W H H Wunder vice president pr
Eugene S Doughty ty treasurer Irvin IrvteRittenboose IrY IrYRlttenbou8e IrvinRittenhouse
Rittenboose secretary and Charles C C
Randolph Henry M Xcamp Camp A A O D DHayward DHayward DHayward
Hayward John J Nolan Nolan M Vr v Scan ScanIon ScaaIon Scanion
Ion Ion J J W Lee and Frederick W WPlusse WP1u WPlugge
Plusse P1u e ynembers of the board of govrno governors gov
ernors rno
GENERAL WOODFORD WOODFORDHONORED O0DF0RDHONORED
HONORED BY KAISER KAISERAmerican KAISERAmerican
American Rides to Palace Tn TnRoyal 111Royal 1nRoyal
Royal Coach and IsGraciously Is IsGraciously IsGraciously
Graciously Received ReceivedBERLiK ReceivedBEJtLIN ReceivedBERLIN
BERLIN Jan 1 12 1Gee Gea Gen Stewaid L LWoodford L LWoodfont LWoodford
Woodford TTJO rao as bead of the Ameri American AJCUI Amereats ¬
can eonmrittee which arranged for the theRwdsonFnHon the1JIPnHon theFbndreaFalcon
RwdsonFnHon celebration and who whosince w whosince O Ostnee
since that time as u special envoy envoyvisited has hasvisited baavisited
visited a number of European courts courtspresent u to topresent topft8eDt
present their monarchs with medals medalsvoted medaJsvoted medalsvoted
voted them had a reeeptky in Berlin Berlinwhich BeIttnwbleb Berlinwhieb
which delighted him It Iti himglevhsg recePthLiR I ICEavteg
CEavteg < notiOe aottted i Ae Bmpe Bsaperor th ththe throo throtlfb h i ithe
the Ajnerican Agee 1can ambassador r the purpose purpooehim p1IrpotIehIa purposeof rpoae
of his Ylsit eisit i audience was granted grantedhim grant granthim eel
him by order of the halter General GJWoodfonl GeneralWoodford
Woodford Was given a private private audience audienceThe alld1eJleeTIle a aThe
The royal coach cOach drawn WIt by six ntngniacent magnin I Ieeat
cent horses and with twelve outriders oatrlclersin outride outridein
in the imperial livery and escorted b ba by bya b7troop 7
a troop of cavalry went to the hot hotel hotelwhere note notewhere e l lwhere
where Woodford was ia m waiting wattbe and andhe ReIwas ej j
he was driven hi state to the palace palaceAt paIa paIaAt palaceAt
At the entrance to the pn 1ar eeithe the chief chiefchamberlain chiechamberlain t
chamberlain was in waiting wrth with whitth alKof aoftlw r
tlw th e riblemen r rblcmen < who bold j J PaLue > ii lure I d n > postsHradcI posts postsHradtii postsH
Hradtii H 1 d by v medieval naedIev irrfVt r IP iM heralds heraldsn rakls
n c 1 T n1lllt rtle s tn Contrast
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ALMA BEl BELL BELLC BELLTO TRIES TRIESTO
TO KilL FAMILY FAMILYCalifornia FAMILYalifornia
California C Girl Recently RecentlyAcquitted Recentlyr RecentlyAcquitted
Acquitted of Murder isBeliev Is IsBelie isI
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Belie d to Be Insane InsaneWILLOWS InsaneWILLOWS
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WILLOWS Cal Jan an ttAcconUIC ttAcconUICto = 12 1A 1Ato According Accordingto °
to to a story told today by members of ofhe ori ofhe
i cbe he Boiton family flies 1 Alma Bell who whowas whoas
was as recently receRtJ acquitted of the murder ofJoe of ofJoe ofJoe
Joe Armea wlM 110 > deserted her at it t Auburn AuburnCal Aubunaal AuburnCal
Cal al suddenly went insane Sunday S odes and aDdattempted andattempted
attempted to kill Boltons young son sonwith 10111dth sonwith
with a revolver TevoiverShe revolverSite
She was disarmed dl Later Late a strangernamed stranger straagernamed
named Birch Is said to have visited visitedMiss 8tted1diss kilted kiltedMiss
Miss Bell and talked with wltlr her until UMtII3i
339 3i oclock In the morning The same 8IUDea
tjay Ala a before tor3 the members mem et of the faintlyhad family rUDDyhad
had arisen the stranger returned reu andhad and aDdhad
had a lon long talk with with the girl When Whenthe
the th man was gone It Is charged thatMiss that
Miss Bell secured a repeating rifle and andsought
sought to kill the entire family Again Againhe
the he was disarmedThe disarmed disarmedThe d med medThe
The girl Irational is rational now but it Is
feared there t will a be a recurrence of o her hermental
mental dlb dibOooers rders She had been visiten visit
en ing the Boltons here and her mother moOt r
has been seat for It Is rrobable she shewlH shewlH shewilt
wlH be scot to some Institution 1D5t t tJon until
her faculties are restored r gtored The arl arlwrongs ilklWTOftftS rPs rPswrongs
wrongs at the hands of Armes are said
to have cnbatenced 1n her ue m mlbd
SENATE SEEKS DATA DATAON DA DATAON A AON
ON CIVIL PENSIONING PENSIONINGCummins PENSIONINGCummins PENSIONINGCummins
Cummins Resolution ResolutiJn Provides Steps S ep t0cure t to cure Inlorma Intormation Information =
1 tion as to What Other Countries Do Respecting This ThisSubject ThisSubjectRailroal ThisSubJject
Subject SubjectRailroal SubJject Railroal Regulation Bill Introduced
The Senate Is taking steps io tosecure tosecurehtforssatira secure securein secur securtIoa
htforssatira in Brmatls ssatira tIoa as to what other oouattiesare oouatries oouatriesare OOQQtrtedah
are doing do with respect to the peostorrag peostorragand peadoringand fD fDlid
and retirement of civil employes employ and andwhat Imdwbat andwhat
what tho u various plans p are or r such suchretirement 8UCbt suchrethreneent
retirement t both abroad and In this coun country eeUDtry eoisutrr ¬
try tryFoltowiag tryFol
Following Fol a meeting of the Senate SenateCommittee SeDateCOlDllllttee SenateCommittee
j Committee on Civil Service SerYCe of which whichSenator wldebSe8ator whichSenator
Senator Cummins is chairman a apble ffcver ffcverable fsterble
able pble ble report was made with III amendments amendmentson dments dmentson lDeDta lDeDtaon
on the tbeCUJlUDfna Cummins resolution re which wit tub meinen calls callsbor eaI18OD
OD the SecretarY or Commerce andLn andLnbon La
bor for all information hi his pt JKwith session sessionwith nricianhniwith
with respect to retirement plans in other othercountries otbrcoUDtrte othercounttia
countries and in this cdunfry c cdwnr g for em empioyes em emplorea
pioyes in th tlw f civil service The resole resolntion re8Olutlon resoletion
tlon later w passed without opposflion oppo
wasd
lion An n aroeridnient u sip dment to the resolutions resolutionsi resoIutionacalls resolutionscalls
i calls for 1 r information as to retlremea retlremeaplans retl retlplans retiremeitrplans >
plans of railroad and other corporations corporationsThe eorporatloDLnte corporationsThe
The action of the Senate In calling for forthi forthh forthis
thi this Information Is looked on as import important Important important ¬
ant hi that It f fideratton Is paring the way for toricJeratlon forromideratlon
romideratlon ideratton later en < m hi the Senate of dfof Ofthis
this hnportad porthit quefldon of the adoption nof
of a plan whereby Oovermnent Oovermnentin etnDIoYes etnDIoYesia es esin
in the claasmed c service will be retired retiredand red reduad retiredand
and penelonedThe pensioned pensionedThe IoaedThe
The committee mmittee on ctvtt service has haspromised hallto
promised ded to give JP a hearing in a short shorttime shoattime
time of the pIMIIIttvea jepro BsnaU ts of the He
I Golre of Ofclmbnma OIcnhr + ma M add atd of Maryland XI7Iaac1I MarylandBothell
Bouteil of Time IJIiuoz W Wanger er of Pennsyl Peunsylrania Pennsylvania PennsylTAn1a
I vania Edward of Kentucky HOI of ofConnecticut ofo ofConnecticut
Connecticut o t I Iawreace wrence of Massachu Afeesachunous Massachusetts v d111 d111Betts ¬
Betts and Henry of Connecticut ConneoticutUntil CoaaeotIcutt7atJI ConnecticutUntit
Until now these t committees have not nothad nothaG nothad
had clerks This has Precluded 1JC them themfront themfrom themfront
front doing anything any thing But the Hou House HOUdeCOJnmIttee HouseCoia e eCoi
COJnmIttee Coia Coi iUee tee on Accounts has voted u uallow 10 10allow toallow
allow each one a 3 gossion clerk aad this thisvrtll thiswill
J Will probably be inkorsed is oreed ri fer the HouseAte House HoueokAP 9I 9I1At
1At AP soon as these commtttiBes Co get st clerks cierksti deruth clerksthey
ti th they ar y may be exrectedfcoWo exrectedto ahead and anddo aMdo anddo
do some vigorous probingwto probing 0 expeadi expeadirs expeDdlUnNJ e xpendture
UnNJ ure ureThe rs rsThe
UnNJThe The only oonunittea not given a a clerk clerkwas clerkwas clerkwas
was that on expenditures ex t1mll tax the De Devartment D Dnartment De
nartment of Justice 1I8tIce > f wMek wIdeil3efttatke whk h Representative Rapre Rapresentative
sentative Mudd of Xii Maryland yJaadp yland is chair chairman chairman ¬
man Sir Mudd is Kriou s l1outIIy y fll ad has hasnot haDOt hasnot
not been here her this session His condi ¬
tion Is considered grave by his friends
When he returns his committee doubt ¬
less will be allowed a samba dork dorkCaa cleckCaR clerkCu
CaR De Geed Work WsckIt WHkIt WorkIt
It is the feeling of the chairmen ornwst of ofmost OfJDOIt
most of these e comrZates CDtIIJIn that they theycould theytOUld theycould
could do raluabiework valuable JieWOIk work IT holding1 wnIf downexpenditures down dwaexpendttures
expenditures if they had the opportaatty opportuJdtyWIthout opportuuftyWithout opportaattyWithout
Without special authority from theHones the4 the4Souse the theI
Souse the t e committees can scrutinise scrutinisecarefully scrutinisecarefully e ecarefully
I carefully tfe tIM j expenditures ttures of the de departments dePrtmeDts departments ¬
partments under 11D their respective Jurisdictions jurlsdteiioDs Juris jnrtsdietions ¬
dictions Now this is not done by any anyof liTor anyof
of the committees except in a perfunc pattunetory perfunctory PMfnnetory ¬
tory manner mannerThe 1DDJlerTbe mannerThe
The House ApptOPliatJoRgand Appropriations Committee Committeeand Oowmatteeand
and the various vario committees coauaItt having havingcharge
charge e e of the big appropriation aALtIoIa tioa bills do dosomething dosomething
I sometlI something in thfe thlsecdon = direction cribs of coursebat course coursebut
but they are obliged to leave s great greatdeal greatdeal et
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congregation tIoD of St James A JC P Pb PChurch
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concert of the Boston Symphony S 1 i IIY O Orrtea Orrba Orrbatra Otra bQ
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changed his number m < the program JIIOIr18 JIIOIr18or programttut gall gallfps atfmst
mst ad of the Spaaish It Symphony Symphonyviolin Ac Acviolin rYIoUn fpslobti
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through many chambers and passages pa sagee
to tl e audience audl nce chamber cliamberThe chamberThe chamberThe
The Emperor was attended by For Foreign Foreign ¬
eign Secretary Schoen and was garbed
In the uniform of a field marshal hold
lug In his hand the baton symbolical symbolicalof symbol 1 1or esi esiof
j of his position as conunasderinchieC conunasderinchieCof comman erInchler erInchlerof
of tre imperial forcerAmbassador forces forcesAmbassador lorcesAmbs
Ambassador Ambs ador Hill introduced General GeneralAccordiog1
Filodford FilodfordAccording JOdfonL JOdfonLAccording
According to the court officiate who whowere whowere whowere
were present at the meeting the Emper Emperor Emperor ¬
or was roost srostgracious gracious to his visitor
In reply to a brief addreee from General Gen General Genen1 ¬
eral Woodford T oodford the Kaiser read an ad ¬
dress in German in wblchamong which among other
things he said NKlClose saidClose v vN N
Close Relations RelationsI
1 I hope the HudsonFaRon Hoo5 nFuIt9ft festivities festivitieswill re feeiviilesWill ttYit1e6will
will form f a a new link In the good rela relations rekltloDs reletioss ¬
tions between our twoy two bloodrelated bloodrelatedcountries bloodreia bloodreiatedr ecl ecl1COWrrle8
ceusrt ceusrtchains countries r es already bound by so many manyctoatos
chains ctoatosThe chainsThe a aThe
The Th e eof Kaiser expressed exprE 6ed his appreciation apprecitkmof
of the reception accorded the German Genbnsquadron Germansquadron GeIm8n8quac1roR
squadron by the city of New York as asa asa
a result of which Admiral Ko Koester ester and andall
all the officers of the squadron had re re ¬
turned to Germany enthusiastic overAmericas over overAmericas overAmertcaa
Americas hospitality He thanked
Woodford for the he memorial medal medalThen
Then followed an informal conversa ¬
tion between the general and the Kaiser Kaiserat Kl er erat
at the conclusion C9Aclu lon of which Woodford
declared that he had never met a more morexemarkabie moreJeID8Ikble
remarkable man than the Kaiser KaiserI KaJserOLD KaiserOLD
j I OLD CIRCUS MAN KILLED KILLEDATERBtJ KILLEDA I IVTATBRBURY
A VTATBRBURY ATERBtJ Y Conn Jan an i2 ZGeer ZGeerSeymour Geor GeorSeymour Geor GeorSeymour
Seymour eightyfive a circus s nvw m In
the days of Dan Rice and Barnums
early ventures is dead de d in Woteott
Cent Con He was run into by a si sI d and
fell and struck his head headBARRED beadBARRED
BARRED FROM BASKETBALLW1LKESBAKRB BASKETBALLWILKF BASKETBALL BASKETBALkWILKE5BARRE
W1LKESBAKRB WILKF ARRE Pa Jan li 1Fath ItFather fath father ¬
er Conigan of the Plans Sacred HwS Heart
Church has rorbltlden the JirJs 0 his
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MOVE FOR ECONOMY ECONOMYMADE ECONOMYMADE
MADE IN CONGRESS CONGRESSCommittees CONGRESSCommittees
Committees on Expenditure ExpenditureExpected ExpenditureExpected ExpenditureExpected
Expected to Assume Unwonted Un Unwonted Unwonted
wonted Activity ActivityIndications ActivityID ActivityIndications
Indications ID katloas are that inquiries into to the theexpenditures theDdtblre theexpenditures
expenditures Ddtblre of the different egcecutlve egcecutlvedepartments 6X9C1IUede uectrivedepartments
departments de will Will now become faanioA faanioAaMe oaable faehioaable
able and that every department d artment of the theGovernment eGovernme theGovernment
Government t will begin to And its itspe ex expendttu ex expenditures ¬
penditures pe ditu S rigidly scrutinized This will willbe wttlbe willibe
be done by the various House e Commitieee commit committees t ttees ¬
tees having h charge of the the expenditures expendituresia s sthe
ia the departments departmentsTinder cI departmentsTinder 8 8Under
Tinder the th present t organisation Ion of the theHouse theH4MIM theHouse
House there are ten l of these commit committeea commIttee committees
tee Thus there Is tb the Committee Committeeon
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on Expenditure in the Interior Depart Department Departmet Departmoot ¬
moot met taM Committee on Expenditures Expendituresin
in the War department and so on onHitherto OILloIitbMtO onHitherto
Hitherto these committees have been beenlooked benJooked beenlooked
looked nn as rather harmless and incon 1 hieonsecuential incons couI couBut
s secuential secuentialBut cu ntial ntialBut I
But the men at the head of these com commttteee com commltteM oommlttee
mttteee Include some of the active aetivebers man mantbe leanthers
hers 01 the H Huse a8e who want to IN In InUdek Inthe
the thick of this aad 1 who now percehe per perceive erelTfI ¬
ceive elTfI in the general movement emeRt for econ econmv econOIDT eoo eooonly
only mv that H te aa exorlieht Ctllftit reason ason for forthem foetbeJD forthem
them to get 1 < bvsy buretCommittees bvsyCaramttees 1w8JCemmittees
Committees ittees Will Get Gjt Clerks ClerksTbe ClerksThe ClerksThe I
The various rtona chairmen II are Graham ofenaryv of ofjpeflnsylvaaia ofLlva
jpeflnsylvaaia enaryv Llva aria Fiwster otter e of 5ermontt ermonta Mc Mei tc
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tiremeat Aswctatiam A u which 1ms boa boaformed 1 Maformed beenformed
formed among the Oniiiiumini 00 00pIoyetL t em amoyts employes ¬
ployes ployesj oyts oytsSenator
pIoyetLSe
Se JmdnII JmdnIISeaate has iatreducs4 in ties tiesSenate
j Senate the a4mitiatratlon tul u uSsrstloa tJon bW for the thefurther tJMfurther thefurtbeq
further further regulation rqua oa of railroads and andother aDdother andother
other carrier This is the same bin binI bWwhleb billwhich
I which was intruduced Intr d cei in the House byRepresentative by byRepresentative byRepre
Representative Repre Townsend Senator 13 13kms EI EIJdJIII Elkus
kms believsd lene the bin win pass without withoutamendmeRt withoutamendment
amendment amendmentK amendmeRtK Jnfttt JnftttK
K OF C RELIEF PLAN PLANLEFT
r rLEFT
LEFT TO COUNCILS COUNCILSThe
The Knights KnI of Commons will willadopt not notadopt notadopt
adopt a plan of oCwttk general cooperation cooperationwith cooperationwith
with the Red Cross relief work until untiltbe untUthe untilthe
the State councils have bav passed on thisquestion this thisquestion thisqueatton
question This Th was the l dedsio cisioti t of the thenational tileutloDal theteatbnal
national directors of tbe KaitJt Knights whose whosetwo wbolJetwo whosetwo
two days session n came to an end eedDJpt last lastnight Isatnight
night at the Shoreham Hotel Some of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the dtroctors dtr8Ctorafor favor general eo cooperation ooeperatIoawith cooperationwith operation operationwith
with the Red Cross throughout titre bout the tbeworld ewor1d theworld
world while others advocate tnt mapend mapendent 1DIbpendeat end endsot
eat charity chart eharltt eharlton The directors on will nextmeet next nextmeet DeXteet
meet fat Washington ilgto t hi m April j
j I PRESIDENT ACTIVE 1CTIVEFOR ACTIVEI ACTIVEUNIFORM
I FOR UNIFORM lAWS lAWSViU A AWill t
Will Deliver Opening ening Ad Address Address Address ¬
dress At National Con Conference Canfe Conference ¬
ference fe ence On Subject SubjectPresident SubjectPre SubjectPresident
President Pre l nt William Howard Tart Tartwill Ta1twill Taftwill
will deliver the opening address at attbe attile atthe
tile national conference oa uniform lIDtfOrHiState uniformState j jState
State legislation called by the Nat10nal Natlonal Na National ¬
tional Civic Federation R for January anuary
17 IS and 19 1 The meetings will 1M beheld b bheld 1Mheld
held in the Belasco Belasco Theater The Thocommittee Thecommittee Thecommittee
committee on program today an announced aaBOUnCed announced ¬
nounced the complete oolQPleteSeth program programSeth pregramSeth
Seth LOW president oC the National XaUonalCivic NaUomLlChle NationalCivic
Civic Federation will call the meeting meet meetIng meetJag
Ing to order and explain the incep inception 1aeeptIon ncep nception ¬
tion of the movement and the interest interestof InterestoC interestof
of the federation in the subject Following Fol Following FoiI ¬
I lowing the address by the PresidentAiton President PresidentAlton Pr ident identAlton
Alton B B Parker former president JMe ldent of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the American Bar Association As8oeI will willoak willpek willk
speak speakwill oak k Gov Augustus tus P Wilson of ofentncky ofKentucky
Kentucky will make an address addressThose addressTbo addressThose
Those e is JJt attendance will willz represent representfortyfour repreaetfortytour ep resent
fortyfour States and rtnTitori Tbtr Territories tortes andeighty and andeighty Delelpt
eighty commercial manufacturing manufacturingshippers manufacturingshippers
shippers bankers nkers agricultural laborand labor laboraad Jb r rand
and proissioual pro = seional oRl organizations organizationsCIGARETTE organ1ztJonaCIG organisationsCIGARETTE
CIGARETTE CIG RETTE LIGHTS BANDAGE BANDAGEBRISTOL BANDAGEBRISTOL BANDAGEBRISTOL
BRISTOL Pa Jan J 1 1UghtiAg Lfehttag his hiscigarette histte hiscigarette
cigarette tte twelveyeaiold tw t etveyen tMyeoId old Joe oe Bartonat Bartonof Barton Bartonof
of MIll street ignited a bandage on hissore his hissore hissore
sore tTo a 70 o and was utmost blinded
1
FALL OF MANAGUA MANAGUAIS li liIS
IS EXPECTED SOON SOONGeneral SOONGeneral
General Chamorros Army ArmyMarching ArmyMarching ArmyMarching
Marching Upon U pon P Nica Nicaraguas Nicaraguas Nicaraguas ¬
raguas raguasCap Capital CapitalMBNA CapitalMENA Cap ital italME
MBNA ME iA AND FORCES FORCESNEARIN6 FORCESNEARING
NEARI NEARING ACOYAPA ACOYAPAehNoeat ACOYAPADefeated
7
GQ ehNoeat Defeated la Small SmallCtaah SmaUCJaMFurther
C111aFur Ctaah CJaMFurther Further Rice ResisaujceNot RmACet
Not + Expected ExpectedSL ni niBLU19r ted
SL BLU19r rsmJL I > SLaS > E s via Wireless to t Colon
Jan 1 DThe 12 The complete overthrow o erilwow of I
Pros Pnsllbat Pi auident eet Madrte and the governor jeovemmeat ent nr
forces within the next fortnight is con ¬
fidently expected by the revolutionary r rqmpathlaen
sympathisers here today as a a result of rt
th the initial victory of the soldiers form fonnmorros
tug the a vanceJ1INd guard Of Gerl Cha ChaDIOnO Chamorroa
morros army which is advancing on
Managua ManaguaGeneral MaaapaGsaeral dunGeneral
General Chamonro Is s at the bead read of oftales
301M coi oIaJIers an it DOT Sa file CbOft
tales department Be out easily rt reach
Managua within two weeks weelca and if ifnecessary ItJMe ifnecessary
necessary can candays reduce ue time to ten tenays
days daysmilos d ays C3eaeeal Mss III within a few leermUer
milos of Acoyaae with fipaG oj > soldiers soldiersnader soldierstinder
tinder him himMena 1dmXena hireMena
Mena Js co coasted ted on to defeat the tb
loovernment lIIIIeDt tIOejIIS tre ps under General Vas VasQuez Vas VasQuea
Quez at Acoyapa eorpL A decisfvo battle Dstt1
there Is fit to A small neJaah eih bMfc took tooksent
IIIace p lace 7 7eeterday at La Laverdas teia mil t7M13iem
from AeOTaDa A oyays the Eoverameat v t l forces rces <
itobgt driven back Intothe totbe town Later Laterreported
tt is reported rpo l V asgnex sent a am
m much ck stronger force tojthe to 1Jae outpost aa and I
succeeded In 1t Uae
checking the rerotionazr nary naryIf
advaaoa advaaoaJf d + rraQ rraQH
Jf Men X Mona meets with serious resistance
at Aooyapa 4 7P Chamorro will throw his en enno
tI 8Ca7 agstomt tb town town Del there IS ISDO isno
no one here who doubts that th combined aooiabiziedattacJc a combinedattack
attack of the two wings of o the revolu ¬
tionary t army wttt Met win aa overrrfaelming overwhelmingits g
viotory viotoryTBO YIatGrybe
its resistaBoa r H tuto at lAverdas was the
that encountered by the revolutionists revolutieolgtswinch reohatklnl revolutionistswhich ts
winch leads to the belief belle that tllat aside
from fzr > ad the expected battle at Aroyapa
the march to Xaaagna will be accom accompttsbed
bl pttsbed without serious obstacles obstaclesProvisional obma ie ieProvisional
Provisional P o President meads
Is fee feeimnd he
llewd to have the situation JIO Wen 1D
hand that there is an bicce
increasing ohig de demand demend ¬
mend that h b agree oe to BO oorapro oosapcose
esfse 5 T wttJa Kadrk Oft ° liT 5T other terms termspresidency
than the elevation Of enedmd to the
pcaI6eDeyFUNERAL presidencyFUNERAL presidency presidencyFUNERAL
FUNERAL SERVICES SERVICESFOR SERVICESFOR SERVICESFOR
FOR AIRS BUFORD BUFORDiffipfiMT BUFORDm BU FORD FORDifiR4r
iffipfiMT m of Mrs J Fr Frame kJig cKa Bell BeHTo BelIT BellTer
To T Be Interred In laIlitaois InIJ InIlkwbis
Ilitaois IlitaoisJlfinnsjijimif1 IJ IJI IlkwbisAooempel
I Aooempel Jlfinnsjijimif1 1 1 1 ed 1 by hers of oltbe lb the f ram aa
lIT the body of Mrs Ti F J Boford BofordFraaktta BatotdI BufordmouserInlaw
I mouserInlaw IDW of GD1 lino J Fraaktta Bell Bella
U S S A A w was this morning take aboard abordtraIa aboarda
a train l for r Rock Island IH where whererial wh re
burial rial will be made Friday afternoon
xr Baton wu Dolll at Northanrp Nortbam NortbamKaa
ten Mass In 1IZ1 3Eli aDd lived with hp hpIrltta h e epmrenta
par Irltta ts in that town until her marriage marriageHL JDarJiagftie
tie XrBuloni Mr Buord Rhea tIe DIOY to Rock
1aIIaad Isbaad HL Ill J Jbaad After the deIb ot bar hUE
band last fall MM Buford made her herVa
hem with her daughter at Fort Myer yn
Va Her death death which ch was due to heart rt
nee tliM se followed aa illness of almost almostthree 1mosrIIM almostthree
three weeNrsSbe weelts weeltsShe woeeIEsSbe
Sbe Is survived by three t daughters daug ters
Mrs J Franklin Bell Bell 11 Mrs E E A A Dar
ttng of Washingftm R asbingibn and Mrs M F
may of Minneapolis Ia and two
son song
T J Buford of St Paul Paul Mtam aad J
W Watson Buford of Missonla Mont MontAiAID MontMAID oot ootMID
MAID MID DISCOVERS DISCOVERSLQSf DISCOVERSLOST DISCOVERSLOS
LOS LOST BANK ROLL ROLLGets ROLLGets ROLLGets
Gets 5100 100 Reward Because Beca se She SheShook SheSAook SheShook
Shook 5Up Vp the theMftttress theMattress theMattress
Mattress Mftttress2iBW MattressYORK MattressNR
NR 2iBW YORK Jan Itliar 123arr O YNei1t YNei1ta < NcDl NcDle0118
a bated amid t Ii worth 5 note
than she was yesterday because e0118 she sb e is isSetward isJDaId isa
a good maid lid is isJDdwanl bones bonesEdward
Edward Bealey chief of police of
San Jose J08e Cal CaI9 came to New N York lra
day with llo 6e i11 W ta real money He said saidbe saIdhas saidhe
be has it to put on the JedJohnsonAght JefTJohason JefTJohasonfight Je < John on ont
fight t for a Western We tern sportsman sp wtamsa After Aftera AtterJOOd Aftera
a a good nights night seat Chief Healey missed missedbis missedhis lased lasedhill
hill money moneyMary JDODfGMalT moneyMary
Mary OTCeffl saw Healey and straight straightrcay straightway tRraightway
way handed him the roiU roll saying sayingHeres sayingHeres Iug IugHeres
Heres some change I HOUDd found under the themattress thettre themattress
mattress B of your bed Some of the girls pr18here girlshere
here never shake uf uP > the ntattrenes mattrelies mattre es but butI butI butI
I always do If It hadnt been for that
I T never would hav have touad It
Healey gave the niaid iz sid a ItI M9 note and andshe andshe r rshe
she immediately bought a sCent dust dostcap dustcap dustcap
cap She says shell start a bank aa aacount 0cotiDt nocount
count with the H975 71175CONSERVATIVES H975CONSERVATIVES 75 75CONSERVATIVES
CONSERVATIVES CRY CRYSUBSIDY CRYSUBSIDY CRYSUBSIDY
SUBSIDY IS A BRIBE BRIBET BRIBEOabiaet BRIBECabi BRIBECabitlet
T
Oabiaet et Offer to t Egyptian Cotton CottonGrowers CottonGtoWers CottonGrowers
Growers Arouses Protests From FromOpposition FromOpposition FromOpposition
Opposition Party PartyI partyLONDON PartyLONDON
I LONDON Jan 12 1TI Tbe announcement anaouscemantby announcementby ement ementby
by the cabinet that the government will willr willfor willfor
for > r the next three years gran grant 5 Si eoo eooyear OOiJa fi fia
a year to the JSgypdaa ypttan Cotton graal powers powersthe es esthe era erathe
the fund t to be expended under the jur jurisdiction jug jurWJcdon jugisdkxion ¬
isdiction of the British Cotton Growers GrowersAssociation QnwersA GrowersAseodat
Association A Aseodat t On has aroused the Conserva ernItift Coaservatlvea Conservatives ¬
tives They TIHt declare that the subsidy ab is isnothing isJaO Innothing
nothing more or less than an indirect indirectbribe blcltreotbribe Indirectbribe
bribe intended to placate the Lancashire Lancashirespinners LaDcuhlresphaners Lancashirespinners
spinners who are suffering because of oftbe orUte ofthe
Ute high h price of American cottonGOLF cotton cottonGOLF toRGOLF
GOLF CLUB ELECTS ELECTSThe ELECTSThe ELECTSThe
The following officers were elected at ata atmeettlll ats
a meetteg of the Comnsbia Golf Club Clublast ClubI Clublast
last sight president John oIta Jf 1 WHkie WHkierfc WBkieTIce Wilkievice
rfc vice president J W McKinley cKJDIeYj treats treasurer treatsurer tressurer ¬
urer W E E Danforth secretary Ben Benjamin Beajamln Beniambi ¬
iambi Woodruff The Theat golf dub will willbe wiiII willbe
I be associated 01 with the Columbia Coun Country Country Country ¬
try Club when the latter occupies Its Itsnew InDeW itsnew
new clubhouse next summerSKATER summer summerSKATER DURer DURerSKATER
SKATER IS DROWNED DROWNEDPIXSOBNCX DROWNEDPLORBNCE DROWNEDPLO
PLO PIXSOBNCX CE NJ N X jAa ItWhile ItWhileskating m While Whileafcattee Whilethe
skating on the XMivware sixteeayear sixteeayearold
old Carl Peterson Peterson of this place fell fellinto fellIDte fellInto
into an air hole His cries criesfer tor help helpbrought helproucbt hipbrought
brought other lads who ferae a ahuman a ah1lllllUl ahuman
human chain in the effort to t reCu8 reeuekin recue recuehim reCu8him
him hut Just Oat as they geared hint mm his hisbold hf hfhold hisbold
bold on the edge W et the lee broke and andhe an awlbe i ibe
be was swept S1l Pt under und r t hy y the > tide ThehodYY The Thebody Theody
body ody could not be recovered recoveredI tecoeredII
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