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ParlzyCloudYTOnight Partly Cloudy Tonight Tonightand < h arahtUf t ont t i LAST EDITION
i and Friday FridayER FridayNUlLBER 1 on t m LL1si 3 1 01E i iNUMBEl
NUMBEl ER ti9 f589i 89 Yesterdays Circulation 41859 WASHINGTON THURSDAY TIIUIiSD1 > Y EVENING NOVEMBER NOV EMBER 17 7 1910 Eighteen Eight en Pages PRICE ONE CENT
WAlTER S HUTCHINS HUTCHINSFINED HUTcHIi HUTcHIiFINEO
FINED FINEOPresident FOR ASSAULT ASSAULTON ASSAULTON
ON HIS STEPUNCLE STEPUNCLEPresident STEPUNCLEf
President 1 1and of f Human Society Societyand Societyand
and Clubman In Police PoliceCourt PoliceCourt PoliceCourt
Court CourtGREAT CourtGREAT CourtGREAT
GREAT EFFORT MADE MADETO 11ADETO MADETO
TO AVOID PUBLICITY PUBLICITYX PUBLICITYAdmits PUBLICITYAdmits PUBLICITYAdmits
X
Admits Attack No Witnesses WitnessesHeard WitRessesHeardComplainant WitnessesHeardComplainant
Heard HeardComplainant Complainant Does DoesNot DoesNot DoesNot
Not Appear AppearSummarization AppearSumm Appeari AppearSurrm
i
Summarization Summ rizatlon a n of Hwtch Hwtchinsf H Hwfchins
insf ins Assault ASS ult Case CaseWalter CaseWalter Caseu
u Walter Stnaea HHtcsias H1Itd As prcoigftat prcoigftatof t I
of the Humane H S Society < < iety ad well wellknown Wellknewn we weInewa
known clam cl1l max maJ fiaed 50 with witkan withan mthca
an alternative of ninety days ia iajail iajai itjail
jail jai fer alleged assaalt 11 11step1IBde pB p a hit hitstepHade hisstepgaele
stepHade EoSert L L Keeling KeensgHtAisa KeeI KeelingHntcitiae t tHutcltme < <
Hutcltme HtAisa plea pleads s guflty bet a as this thisis tMsis t s sis
is Mar b lhi3first first vas Seas he 1I is pt placed placedupGB placednPoa c d dupoa
upoa pr prelNiti hati a hy J JMst 4gt M Mal Malleway MmIeWBY I Ileway
leway fer the term ef f sse year ysarA yearA yeasA
A family y quarrel ef fesg stand staading standing taK taKing
ing accerding te Atteraey Davis Davisfar Davisfer Davyfer
I fer the defeadaat We aat was the cause causeThree Q1Ieeof
of Hutchi H1tc iM x attack upon X XThree Keeling KeelingThree
Three quarters of an II hour after aft court courttad eoarthad
had to all appearances adjourned for forthe i ithe
the day although the marshal had aMI not notformerly DOtformerI notformerly
formerly formerI announced the adjournment adjournmentWalter ad adWalter hurnment hurnmentWalter
Walter S Hutchins president of the theHumane tileHUmDe theHumane
Humane Society T and a wellknown wellknownclubman wukaowaclubman wenknownclubman
clubman of this dty was Wfo brought t to totrial totrial totrial
trial before Judge 1 Muttowny for forassault an anassault anaseault
assault upon his steauacle Robert L LKeeling LKeeliDg LSeeitag
Keeling KeeliDgAJJlNU8Dtly SeeitagAppersdy KeelingApparently
Apparently every effort e < < ort was used am to tokeep Wkeep tokeep
keep the matter a secret The T rItepIaiJ e eam eamplaining erin erinpiaining
pIaiJ plaining nr witness wttae did not appear appear at court eourtand eowrtand
d and the fact that tbatrled as a onus run hj hjhod qid boat boatnied
rled fer the thehad pce4ws fortlV 4 nalmm
had left tbe osart cost raven well > nigh nighempty IIit IIitfIDPty b bempty
empty After s a commtertion betweenJudge between betweenJudge Detw I IJud
Judge Jud e Xultowny Xu1Jowu and Attorney Davis Daviswho Dv Dvwho onsWho
who represented repr the defendant de eIIdaat the thematter diematter thematter
matter was brought t into court Hutch HutchIns Hutcftins HutcaIns
Ins pleaded plea e4 guilty There were mo mowitnesses 110Imeaes nowitneaso
witnesses Imeaes He was lined tit or ninety ninetydays Dtaetydays ninetydays
days In jaIL Later he was placed placedprobatloR on onprobation onprobation
probation for one year yearThe yearThe yearThe
The Thewhen alleged putt uk took pIaee 111 Ute UteX theNorth
X North orth Liberty market OR T1IeIIIIIa T1IeIIIIIawhen Tueeday eight eightwhen
when Hutentas to t said to have walkedtip walked walkedup waIk waIkup
up and struck Mr Keeling K without any anyprovocation aA7provOC anyprovocation
provocation provOC lon Hutchms Hut however throa1aAttorney throuhattorney throojn throojnAttorney
Attorney Davis his lawyer claims that thatquarrel tlaatthe thatthe
the tfalr was the cut outcome < Ollle of a fa family familyq d1r d1rQarrel
quarrel q carrel of long duration and that thathad thatbad thathad
had abundant provocation for kits action actioniTOlOS aetloLNOTORIOUS actionNOTORIOUS
NOTORIOUS FEUDIST FEODISTLEXINGTON FEUDISTSLAIN FEUDISTSLAIN
SLAIN IN KENTUCKY KENTUCKYLEXINGTON
LEXINGTON Ky Nov 17 17Carr 17CarrSizemore 17ChrrEtzemore Carr CarrSizemore
Sizemore a member of a notorious notoriousfeud DOto DOtoeud notoriousfeud
feud eud family was assassinated a aa stDateci osrytoday early earlytoday y ytoday
today in the Leslie county mountains mountainsLuther mountal mountalt mountaint
t Luther Jones and Brulard Napiermembers Napier Napierraerabers NapIermembers
members of a rival clan have been beenarrested DeeRTested beenarrested
arrested arrestedTYPHOID arrestedTYPHOID TestedTYPHOID
TYPHOID INCREASES INCREASESTwo
AT NAVAL ACADEMY ACADEMYTwo I
Two Additional Cases Reported ReportedAuthorities ReportedAuthorities Reportedcithorities
Authorities cithorities Think Miik Is IsResponsible IsResponsible IsResponsible
Responsible ResponsibleANNAPOLIS ResponsibleLNAPOLISo ResponsibleANNAPOLIS
ANNAPOLIS Md H Nov K 17Two 17TwoQt1oDA1 Two ad adtiStlonal adjf
jf tiStlonal Iona cases makinr ma thirteen hi in aM a of oftmfroU oftrproU I Itproll
tmfroU fever are now hi the Naval NavalHojT N1nI11 Na ral
3 1
HojT H R0apttal > Ita ltaI here as the result of the preva prevalence peralence ¬ 1
lence of the dfeease among the aid nndshipmen 1IIIdahpmeB aidah
shipmen shipmenThe ahpmeBThe ah ipmen ipmenThe
The malady is of a mild nature natureIt DtureIt
It is now w betteved DeIIev that milk lilt secured securedfrom 8eCuredfrom securedfrom
from an outoftown dairy as a tem temporary temporary tearporary ¬
porary expedient some e weeks weeIuIbrQuht ago agobrought agobrouyht
brought the infection into the Academy AcademyWEATHER ACIIdeaIyX1EATHER AcademyWEATHER
I ITh
WEATHER REPORT REPORTThe
The Th temperatures have not JIOtdreidecllY changed changeddecidedly chnageddecidedly
decidedly in any section sectionThe BectonThe ctIon ctIonTh
The Th indications ln teatlon are that lat the thewIll weather weatherwill weatherwill
will continue CODtin generally fair but with withconsiderable withcunslden withc
considerable cunslden c JIe cloudiness eJoudIDe s ta all U districts districtseast tltllUJctafast districtseast
east of the Mississippi JII river during the thenext thenfxt thenext
next thirtysix hours hoursThe bounThe bournThe
The temperatures will continue below belowthe 1MI bebwthe w wthe
the normal over the eastern districts districtsKORECAST dl dintrictaFORECAST trietL trietLFORECAST
FORECAST FOR THE DISTRICT IHSSTRICTPartly DISlRICTPartly DISTRICTPartly
Partly cloudy weather weatlwlrFriday tonight and andFriday andre
Friday re not DO much vch t change age htto hi tempera teaipecar temperature t tture ¬
ture to r winds 1 1S
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TIDE TABLE TABLSToday T TABLETodayHh BLK BLKTody
TodayHh Today hjeh tide 77 57 a m and tdS tdSp kl klp Ii Iip
p m Low tits h S StI t a L m a d 1a l i p I ITomonew1IIIgIt m
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Sf Sc > 7 p m I Jew w tide S a m awl 9m 9mp ZapCOKDtTlO
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CONXKTXOSC CO 0 OF THE H6 WAJSaW WAJSaWHARPK W4D13tHARPSRS U UHARPERS
HARPK HARPERS TVSCX W fr Va Hs NJw y 1 1iBoth 1i 1iBoth nBoth
iBoth Both rivers ds doer r today todayw
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SCHENK TO LIVE L1VEfSA LIVESAY
SA SAY Y PHYSiCIANS PHYSiCIANSROBERT
ROBERT AND VIRGINIA SCHENK
reo
LUNDY WILSON WILSONTae WILSONT1te WILSONThe
Tae ABtoraebOe 1Iteme e Driver Who will Be Important Impt rtant Witaeas WitaeasXheeling WitBeeVhee1Iing WitaeeeI
Xheeling V I heellrng West Virginia Millionaire Packer Will WiII Not NotDie Noto
o Die From Effects of Pbisoii f oisQn In His HisSto4icJ
L i ir 1
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RHEELi WRB W era Xov 173eba 173ebao
O Scbenk benk the m mOHs llllornk l alr a paefcer whose WbaeeII whoseWe whosew
w wICe e hi unaer trader arrest for his attemptedmurder attempted attemptedmuidar att attwtU
II
murder witt recover recoverThte receIWThis reovorThis
This auuouacBiamnt IUIJIOUIK t was wa made by byphysicians byiIysldans byphysicians
physicians at t tpttal the W Wet Wheeliag HOlt HOltpital Hospital
pital today todayProsecuting todayPro todayProsecuting
Prosecuting Pro ecutlD < < Attotney AUDI soy J 1 B H1aa Hanalaahas Han H1aaJau naa naahas
has completed his piano pi for the presen preMIatatlon prtrntaden presentation ¬
tation of Mrs J8 Schenks Sehenk case befm before 1 ef a the thegrand thepaad thegrand
grand Jury tomorrow Only 0DIrI enough enoughwttneeeeg enoughwituemee
wttneeeeg I Lt wy be called to insure fee feeindictment tileIDc1ietJneDt theindictment
indictment of tbe woman the tiletIoa prosecu prosecution B + oseop oseoption ¬
tion not wishing Wl bblJ to tt display its whole wholestrength wholeth whalestrength
strength th at this time timeHandlaa timeHaadIaa timeHandles
Handles said today that he would try
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w haveth ha d ire eas ese eseterm triad triadSn m the t praeeat praeeatterm N8IeIItt
term term t eC erfaunal eriL1I o eeirC u e and waatte Mrsgehok Mrs MrsOtbmik KnaetMak
Otbmik hVUeted teII b b4Dre1ler br re her bmnand bmnandleaves huIIibaIIIileaftll huohudoavo
leaves the hospital He H aesotodbe aosertei that thathe dIMlie
he anew bore 1Hre the intoelng chauffeur chauffeurLnndy dIa1IJreurLuDdy ohaufenrLundy
Lundy trn n Is and that be couM couMget couMpC ovoidget
get him on short notice noticeDr JIOt1eDr noticeDr
Dr Fray Lemoyne I 7De Hupp tile physi physician pIQr8Idaa phyetden ¬
den d ho s RH 4 charge of Mr Scheflks Scheflksease Schenkease e
ease when h < a po J P s ° AI i as ht discovered di8coYer m fa fa1tOittle tottle a abottle
bo bottle ttle ttleprincipal 01 U Va water win tea It one of UM UMprincipal t oit oitprIDdpaI
principal witnesses witnessesAnother vritneaelnAnother w wA1I
Another A1I HIr will be the detective e chant chauffeur dNuItrem chantfear ¬
rem who wit it is said was offered oCr ogeredh < < 31eei 1Mto Mi Mito
to admiirister mind eieter a a person pill 11II to MrSchenk Mr MrScbenk
I Scbenk
TOLSTOY iOLSTOY IS DYINGSINKS DYINGSINKS DYING DYINGSINKS
SINKS INTO COMADispatches COMA COMADispatches
I IAstopova
DiSP Dispatches t es Received Early 1 Today oday At St Petersburg From FromAstopova FromAstopova
Astopova Say Famous Author and Reformer IsNow Is IsNow IsNow
Now Close to Deaths Door
ST FBTBRSBUHG Nov 17 17coat 17coatTektoy 17CountTelstor Count CountT4toj
T4toj sank JIlc into tat a a comatose state statethis JJtIItetill statethis
this till afternoon and is dying accord accordlag accordlag cconIt
lag to t a dispatch 4t ptcIa front Astopova re received retYed recalved ¬
calved tYed here at 3 p pAwUIorlatiye m mAuthoritative mAutboritatlve
Authoritative dispatch lelMl reoetooi here borethis e ethbJ 1 1Tototor
this JftoOI1Ibta declared that Court Leo LeoTolBto LeoTobtoy
Tototor TolBto was still un alive JIve He passed a veryrestless very veryrestless eIT eITralt1ee
restless a4Sht B bt however m ta the hut of ofthe ofUte ofthe
the railroad traekmeB trnk at atJtere Astapovo Astapovowhere apbvo apbvowhere
where Jtere be is lying eritfc aHy ny in and today tsdayhad todayhad y yatI
had atI a temperature of 3R 3RThe ieI ieIThe L LThe
The first dispatch regarding resardl the theeoDotS thecounts
1 counts snppo snppofd su d d death came from fromPrince froa1Prince fromPrince
Prince Obatnsk Oblensky and was everywhere everywherebelieved everywhereebeed everywherebelieved
believed Throughout ill Russia thestem the theaters theaters
aters were closed cIo ecl last 1a t night ni < < ht8Odal social en <
I POLlGEr POLICEMAN POLICEMANFOLLO1NGCHARGES AN RESIGNS RESIGNSFOLLOWING
FOLLOWING FOLLO1NGCHARGES FOLLO1NGCHARGESRather CHARGES CHARGESRather
Rather than face charges of intoxica intoxication IntoxicatJoD lutosfcadon ¬
don and Insubordination which had hadbeen ha4I badbees
I been preferred against him by LieutCohn Lieut LieutOeiHa LieuLcuIa
OeiHa C C Flathers of the Fourth pollee po poHee JtOIIae
Hee precinct Patrolman Pascal Pa eI B BBreeden BB1e4Ie BBieedo
Breeden whose testimony teatlJnoo at the inquest inquestover Dlq1tMtover inquestever
over the body of Norvei Harrte caused causedI ea eaB811111 causedoaeiderabl
I oaaeiderahte B811111 aaIe comment ta a ponce circles circlestoday clrc clrc1Ddr trciotodayrmigaed
today todayrmigaed resigned from the theof forceAccused force forceAccused
Accused of being under the InftueucI influence influencettoa Inducuceof
I ec liquor when be returned tv the Ma MaI station
I ttoa after patrolling patro lr ate heat last Ja t Tues Tuesday Tue Tuesday ¬
day night Breeden B was informed by byLieutenant byLlewtemuat byLieutenant
Lieutenant Flatters that be was sus suspended 8VSI ¬
I pended pending pet > aag action by the Police PoliceTrial PoueeTrial PoliceBoard
Trial Board Breeden It is said put hisbead his hisband hieIIaaDCI
IIaaDCI band back of him as if to reach for his bisrevolver hisJe9OITer hisrevolver
revolver lieutenant FhvDtere promptlygrabbed promptly promptlyftbed pptiyI
I grabbed ftbed the Muecoafs hI s arm and held hedwhile b81dwhile heldwhile
while be called to the reserves whowen who whowere wbei
i wen fa the squad room roomBreeden tOOILI roomBreeden
I Breeden JIre eD did not D t threaten the tteuten Deutenlit tteutenmg ileutensat
sat lit and denied that be intended dw drawlag
i mg lag his 1 s revolver reYOIv but TiMbers FIat era orda ordered orderedhim od odbutt
him disarmed Charges Chn against the ofhoer of offtcer ofdIed
hoer reached dIed bead besdMfs tertters today t 1 and aDdrt a aiaawrt ariasrt
1 iaawrt rt tore afterward Breedea ceeden tendered tenderedhis
1 his s resf resfsnatien D t1oI h
tertataments te talawe cancelled and and mesuases rneeageeCondolence ee of ofcondolence t
condolence sent to the countess eovat Other Othermessages ouecha4 Othermessage
messages had declared t that at in n his is dying dyingmoments dYInIrMOMeIItII dT dTmoments
moments the count reduced to be recon reconciled reeoDc recondied ¬
died c ecl to his ht wife and that the latter latterbeen had hadbeen hadeJried
been denied entrance to the thedeatk death room roomThese roomTheH roomThese
These dispatches diE caused additional additionalexpression adil adilexproiott 44IItioRlexprNllloft tionaa tionaamiss l
tionaas
expression of 0 grief even from Telstoyarietocotic Tolstoys Tolstoysaristocratic ToIIItoysarIstoentdc s
aristocratic and bureaucratic enemies enemiesand eneJlliead ens ensand miss misse
and ad as a consequence in the reaction t tdsy to today toby e ¬
day that followed the announcement announcementthat aanouneementhat t tthat
that be is stilt tlli alive Tolstoy is being beJ being re regarded I1 I1prded reyarded ¬
yarded with kindlier kl cJller feelings in prae praettcally pratticallg JIae JIaedcrl1y
ttcally every circle of Russian life lifebefore tbaa tbaabefore t < Ul Ulbd
before beforeAVhile bd beforebile
bdWhile
While bile Count
Tolstoy was putting up a agrim am
grim m battle against death at Astapovo Astapo
touay to a y his is wife collapsed again a ° aln ln and h hcondition her hercondition hercondition e
condition is now no r exceedingly grave
THOUSANDS STRIVE STRIVETO STRIVETO
TO SAVE DR CRIPPEN CRIPPENLO CRIPPELONDON
LONDON LO X Nov 17 ITTwenty Twenty thousamincluding thousand thousandpersons thousa1penoas 1
persons including including members of wealthy wealth wealtharistocratic y
and aristocratic families of England En61
bay have tcigned UHJ t thepekitten e Aetftleo which Is
to save Dr H h K Crippen Cri n from execu es
tigR tioR next Thursday for the murder of
his wife Belle Elmore Crippea
This attachedlatest te the theattached largest latest number of ofcm names n ah es
ever attached to an of English petition pet t ioa
pray praying tug commutation of a death son sonea ¬
fence ea TIle bulk of the signers rs are Eng Er ¬
lish although aI tom l Dr > r Crippen is 1 an Ameri ¬
canAmong can
canAmong Among J80IIC the signers are many women tome n
and a few American residents of Loa
don donJIIr
donMr
Mr Newton said id this morning that th thpetition the e
petition p titton would on be presented to Horn a
Secretary Winston Churchill bef befalgb before beforenight
night nightMr algb algbMr L
Mr Newton was confident that tk tkpetition the thepetition tJ tJpetttiott b
petition would assist greatly In sa sewing vtag I
the American r1ean from death upon the gal ¬
lows Apparently Crippens s lawyers
have Iaa almost given up hope of proanctaf pro p cal uclDt
Belle boll Ehnore Elmer IIDete m Ia deck and blood bl Od OdTbe r
The pethJoc recites that th84 in view of
die dievieted doubt in Ute evidence which wttlckfIated OOM OOMvieted
vieted Dr Crippen he should not b bbest be bepet e
pet to death theatlhY
Y
KNIGHTS OF LABOR LABORDEMAND LABORDEMAND
DEMAND SWEEPING SWEEPINGTARIFF SWEEPINGTARIFFREVISION
TARIFF TARIFFREVISION REVISION REVISIONG
Oldest G 01 > Ii iest est Organization of Its ItsK Itsn
K RfnJ i Jn n United States StatesDecides Stat StatesDecides s sDecides
Decides on Fight FightACTION FightACTION FightACTION
ACTION SIGNIFICANT SIGNIFICANTIS
IS GENERAL OPINION OPINIONMembers OPINIONMembers OPINIONMembers
Members Declare New Party Will WillBe WillI WillFormed
I Be Formed If Democrats Do DoNet DoNot
i
Not Change Cb1la Schedules Schedulesthe
The 1CrJrltta o of Labor of t Antenna Antennathe MerlGa MerlGathe
the oldest labor orgehilnatlen orga isa aad4 kHt B ta the theUnited tilePatted thetaited
United ajues S t at t u tine e doe cI dose of Its Itsthirtyfourth lathlrtytOtlrth Itsthirtyfourth
thirtyfourth annual osnveaCkiB here boretoday heretoday Iter Itertoday
today decided ed to so O to Congress at atthe atthe atthe
the coming session with a sweeping sw epa epaThe g
demand for t tartk tart < < reTt reviNa reviNaThe e eTbe
The decision was w reached reac ed during duringhefor el duringn rlaK rlaKn
n caching eltJltS sesten eD which dOlled just
hefor before fore noon It Is understood WBder tood to
have 11 va been the result re lltlt of r a a unanimous uaanlmousrote unanimousrote 11It8U8 11It8U8ote
rote ote While the t e meeting U1ag was held heldJ51
behind hlltd J51 closed door d rs the resolution re olvt1on
rhjkjh chick bie brought rotllft about a ot the decision is
said > aid to ave ye been offered by a a West ¬
ern delegate delegateWnen dete8teben delegateVben
Wnen ben the session 011 adjourned dele deleordtng ele
stites tu who save out If Inferr adest recant rd
ing nlf the action taken declared thaI un
a r tae wording ontt ordtng of c the resolution re oIution the Ih
ricanisation r tiOD would demand of Congress ConirrassThe
then than r queat a revision ot the
trIK trIKTh trirThe
The Th e plan decided upon is to Have Haveoutlining 1ta a
rcular rCl ar en the desk of ofl1n ouch Cengrees
ian at the opeaabag openh g of the next session so
outlining on a copy of the resolutions IeII I1ttlea
as R uod d today todayt
W While ile the test of the re raoludoa oIvdoA has
< > t been bt > en made Ie public PUc it is said cold to toDlllce yy
he It blame for the high h cost eo t of living JI JIolel ing
solely < olel upa upon iP the tariff tari g < < Congreas C gress is
therefore imaaded sanminl till i j to reduce tlte me tariff
in order to bring about relief in I Iof cost
of living Ilvt rondltfons rondltfonsD eeadltJoDDeleptes tendtdoaaDelegates
D Delegates iegat s Fav Favor r Plan PleaThirtyfour PlanThirtyfour PJaaThlrtyfotlr
Thirtyfour delegates from ro every everyaectlon everylleetloa everysection
section of the country try vocedjia voted III favor favorof fa fac favorof
of c the resolution While every eY y State StateIs Sta StaIs Stateis
Is not represented in the convention conventftoatfcere COft conventionthere eRdela eRdeladMre
there are local 6oCaI branches b of the
Knight x of Labor LI or la each Coma Comawealth COIa COIawealtb Comtaa Comtaawealth
wealth of the Union Ul oa and it te teseated ex rotiteelted exut
seated iteelted that those not represented r ed will willttos wtnr Willtbs
r tbs cmrventMvi C8IIY C8IIYr ceavoulid notionby notion aatloaby
by r pasMaaj pu Iac similar Jar ranulntfsiii resolutionslodsya ranulntfsiiiVedays 1tdeas 1tdeasieIa
Vedays action 4len ieIa by tiN h Knights Katpta1IGr of ofLabor ofLabor
Labor 1IGr it te believed M will have Iar a far farreachhtg farredafJl farreaching
redafJl reaching political poll ttesi stonlacaace 81Jp1Ueaaeetile sane Sinethe Sine Sinnthe
the overthrow of the Jtepubiican bilcaa party partyat JNUtyat partyu
at the polls pol on November No S there thereaM has hasnot beenot
not been such overwhelming ove mtag evideo evidence evidencerf
of < rf f dissatisfaction cll8 disstistsct adstaction on with the tarfff tarf by byorganised byerganie4 y yorganised
organised interests interestsSeveral lateras interestsSeveral
Several s of tbe delegates are under understood UD4Ierooct understood ¬
stood ooct to have declared deela that if f the Dem Demthe DeIDoeratlc Democratic
oeratlc party did DOt revise the tarl tarlhid tariffs < <
the high t ii cost co t of living conditions CC conditionslead D4IIttoM wou woulead WIInIId WIInIIdlead oId
lead t0 t4 totbe be formulation of a new newwhich party part7wtUeh
which would give its chief attont attontthis andoll to toda tothis
this da feature
2 Fil1It Fi bt S t Just J 1It Began Beganhur Bepathe BegunBesides
Besides the sanding out ol tIM dnta dntatar
tar from rn the headquarters of the tb orgaai orbanisatin orgaaibear OI OIzatlotl
satin all ol tM local brandies Ia every y ywill
ate will 1M asked a ked 10 bIiIIg bnit g Ma ntiueaoe ea c e w wMar tobear
bear on the Representattves Repre sotsdves adTe ta titfroM Congress Congressfrom Coegrofrom
from then respective re pect1ve sections m In the In Ine interest
Mrest e t of downward tariff revision revtrdoRu revisionAs revisionAs
As u one of the delegates e remarked the theit theAldat themean
Aldat bas Just begun Dd we la laaudi mean to toCOD
COD continue it have by every everytrought available availableG means meanswe
audi G we have brought about r relief Ue ta tathe IAI h e ethe
the high II cost of ttvtng conditions conditionsBefore COIMIlt1oDBeCNe conditionBefore
I Before adjournment the t e following foDowJa of ofAcers oCJken ofaesre
Acers were elected electedThomas eIeetedI electcdThomas
Thomas H Canntee Caanb e of Boston gen genera 3enela yen ¬
I era Matter JeIaai + er workman John lob Penman Penmanptttsburg of ofJ ofI
I J ptttRbulK tttsbur general worthy Orthy foreman J JFrank JFrank 1 1I
I Frank OSJ ohixra ara of Washington W OII OIIsecretary generalsecretary general generalsecretary
secretary irid d treasurer Joseph TIer Tlerney TIerI Tr
I acv of Brooklyn Adam Ada HuerrNew Hufter H < < er eC eCTor1t f fNew
New York and 1iI Joseph B Lena Lenau Lenauexeeattve SC SCchiago f fChicago
Chicago general executive beard beardTbe beanIThe beardThe
The sending Cut of the circulars to the themembers tlMJReIItbers themembers
members of C 0 Cenicreaa n Dgre8a ress will be under uad the thedirection Utetreetlon tinedirection
direction of J j i Frank OMeara at the theheadquarters theuarters theheadquarters
headquarters uarters of the organization tioII in the theBite tlMBlI88 theBliss
Bite Bliss Building Bulld Bulldith this city cHyROOSEVELT enyROOSEVELT cityROOSEVELT
ROOSEVELT DUE HUEOn DUEHERE
HERE HERETOMORR0 HERETOMORR0L TOMORROW TOMORROWOR l
On his arrival la a Washington Wa bttOR to tomorrow tonoW ¬
morrow noW afternoon aft for the tit > nrst Ar t visit visitsince vtaltsIBce visitsince
since he departed cleprt l two t o hours after re retiring ret1r1a retiring ¬
tiring t1r1a from the White House oa oaMarch oaareh onMarch
March areh 4 lilt INt Theodore T e04ere Roosevelt Rooseveltwill Rooseveltwill
will be met at the Union Station by bya bya bya
a committee from the tIt Natiopal Geographic Geo Geographic GeogrJthle ¬
graphic SocietyHe Society SocietyHe SocietYHe
He will be accompanied to the National Na National National ¬
tional Press Pref < J Club where he II will willshake willsDake willshake
shake hand panda with several eral hundred hundrednewspaper hundrednewspaper hundrednewspaper
newspaper men In the evening he hewill liewill hewill
will address a large gathering of ofmembers oCmembers ofmembers
members of the National Geographic GaogrrphieSociety Geogrjt GeographicSociety ic icSociety
Society and their guests s at > t Conven Convention ConvoRtlon Convention ¬
tion Hal cis on scientific phases of histrip his histrip histr1p
trip to Africa AfricaOa AfricaOR lfricaOn
Oa SB arday he is a to take luncheon luncheonwith luncReoBwtth luncheonwith
with Giiiert H Grosvenor editor of ofth ofthe
th the National Geographic Magazine Magaziaeat
at t 1J28 Eighteenth street streetAt streett
At t this luncheon the guest list in 10etudeS indudes
eludes etudeSrob Gen ie John M Wilson Prof Henry HenryGannett HenryGaDfttt HenryGannett
Gannett D H Tlttmann O P AustinJohn Austin AustinJollI
John JollI Joy BO ILdcoa < OB Commander Robert E EPeary EPeary
Peary Charles J i Bell John Oliver La LaGore
Gore Admiral J r K Eo Pillsburg PII Frederick FretlerlckE1ebelbel3er
Elchelberger yclberg yclberger er Dr F V Covirie Admiral AdmiralC
C M Chester Rudolph y Ivauffman auffman Dr DrT DrT DrT
T L L Macdonald Willias Will as L Moore Col CollI ColH
H F Bount B ount David D vld Fairchild Prof ProfHellt
Henry Hellt J J Howard Gore Dr C Hart HartManlam HartManlam
Manlam George Geo e Otis Smith Gen Ge AW A AW Aw
W Greel George Geor Shims 3d Dr L O OHoward 0Howard
Howard HowardMr
Mr 1 Ro Roaerelt velt eJt may spend Sunday here herewith herewith
with the ongworths JOD < < Wortbs He will visit Visit a anumber aI anummber
number ntmtD < < cf < personal friends
I
i ASKS 20000 FOR INJURIES INJURIESRichard INJURIESRJc1ulr
Richard T Cooney filed suit for fordmg1tS
2 tte M damages n the District Sv Setproms S Spreme SvI
I preme Court today against agalnet a not the W SVaeiri SVaeiriton Waeh WaehIngton Jr Jrlngton
efor Ington ton Railroad an1 an I Electric bav i Company CompJ1I
for Injuries be d clo ° ums amas ms ta Irave VQ e received receivedin ree ived ivedaBghting
I in a aJlghtins alighcog ti from a a street car on De December Do
rouser 31 last cost
JUDGE SHEPARD SHEPARDWEDS I
> WEDS 3D TIME
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f
i
cni ruEF F JUSTICE SETH SHEPARD SHEPARDOf
Of the District Court of Appeals Who Became a Benedict Tsiay TsiayChief T ay ayChef y yCh
Chief Ch ef J Justice tioe of o f the District Court of o f Appeals AP Is Weds MrsJul Mrs MrsJtiiiB MrsJulia
JtiiiB Julia Jul B Tousley Tousle In Presence of Sma11Coolpmy Sma11CoolpmyIf Small Company Companyj Corn y yJohns
If j < w At SL J Jokn Johns n s Epfecopal BptscopilChl1rch E al Qmr Church
r
I With esmeniiesa oatT J i of te h family famflrand familyand
and tne frl filenfji present the marriage m ntap of oftChtaf fdtClt ofj 1
tChtaf tClt j e hird JusXlLi 9etH eth + Shepard of o the theJGewt diet theGovt
JGewt t Govt f sit ft I Appeals jf the District ofColnrstita of ofColumMa t tColullllWa
ColumMa to Mrs Julia B Tonsley Tonsleytook T01IBIey1 Touskytook
took place this hIIJ afternoon an at 8L St t Johns John JohnEpiscopal Job JobCburch j
Episcopal Church ChurchJ CburchJJuce ChurchJJwdoe
J Justice ShepardTs Sh m manias > n < aau today todaynu todayJ todayiants
J iants nu the third time he ha has ted a ajbrk ai aIbrthe
Ibrthe jbrk i 1Mit > to the altar H JIB ia strty 1IbIiQtIIItee slatytlhreeyears hree hreejywirs
jywirs years yearsTe old oldI
I Te avery y wets perfanssd by byOle bythe
f
line Ole B Rev v Roland Cotton Cet IIa Smith Im Imrte I Imhoflamely l lue
mhoflamely attrtradsn ue code rte went wentI
1
I
iLOAN LOAN FIRM SUED SUEDI SUEDX5004
I X5004 500015 IS ASKED ASKEDTheir ASKEDTheirHone
Their TheirHone Home Stripped of Furniture In Abseace of Occupants Occu Occupants Occup ¬
pants p nts Allege Clients lients Who State They Borrowed BorrowedOnly B BorrowedOnly < Mrowed MrowedOnly
Only X15Redress 15 l Redress Sought In Court
Gaining G admtuuUu hllla te ttear humble humhieborne humblelrohre tile tileheNe
borne through an inftuK child eII 4 wh tgih 1IftIe wasgiven was wasgiven wasgeIa
given geIa money to o go to t a a nearby stare ere e tobuy to tobuy tobuy
buy candy ca l7 agent w for the New oJeW York TorkLoan YIILoaa YorkLoan
Loan Company carried away nearly all ailthe allthe anthe
the household 1M boueeho I t1L W d effects of Mr and Mrs MrsWIDfam YrsWlmson ra raDIaa
WIDfam DIaa Hall to satisfy tistJ a a claim of Wi Wiaccording II IIac 15 15according
according ac to a petition filed by the latter lat latter ¬
ter hi the be District Supreme Court todayBecause today todayBecause todayBCAUS8
Because ec f the pcbJfc Pib c comment ridi ridicule rldteWe ridtrule ¬
eWe and damag to the 1 family in including 10cludtn to toeluding ¬
eluding cludtn < < colds taM children contracted contractedalleged contractedaalleged
alleged 1 to 0 have resulted Mr YrHall and Mrs MrsHaR KnHaR
HaR asks for 5 16t VW e9 damages from tbe tbeloan tbeIoaa theloan
loan nrra 1 Arm DL The plaintiffs who live I at
LINERS IN COLLISION COLLISIONNKW COLLISIONLEAVING GOLLISIONLEAVING
LEAVING NEW NE YORK YORKrxw
NKW rxw TOftK Nov IT liTbe The French Frenchttaqr FckJIRr Frenchliner
liner La Lorratee and the I Pesos imca Fred Frederick Prederkk red rederldt ¬
erick WnheiiH of the North 0IdI GomeaLloyd German GermanLloyd G GLloyd
Lloyd Hue were hi n coUtakm ta the theout theNorth theNorth
North river this morning while out outward 0IItward onward ¬
ward bound boundThe ocmd ocmdThe i iThe
The bow of the Lorraine was wased waae4 sssh ssshed
ed and shey he was we compelled to nrtwm to toher toher toher
her pier The Prince Wuhelm WIJIIe i COlt coaticued contis
I ticued tis ued after ft a pane IIUIIc am among Bag 1 1mite her Ier pe pesengers teat teatBeDlJersbad
BeDlJersbad sengers had beeR quelled quelledI but went surly surlya
a mite down OWR the bay k and then tIleRto returned returnedto
I to her dock also I o An examination exanunatioashowed examinationshowed t tI
showed a large JaIp crack ta the vessels vesselsstern yeeee yeeeeterD vousdsI
I stern sternL sternLd terDLIt
LIt L Lorraine was steaming tlt8UI Ir slowly w1J down downfrom downthe downthe
the river as the other boat hacked outfrom out outfrom
from her pier A J Jwins stg tide tw was running run IUJtDiaS
wins an a ana a stlK tHl wMa wt I e it bud for torthe forthe
the captalK to keep to tbetr courses coursesThe COUIge8Tb QournesThe
Tb The captate capt ia of 0 La Lorraine evidently evidentlyof ev1deIItlythoagbt evidentlythought
thought De bad time to c dear the stern sternof teIRor
of the G GnIIaK nnaR boat but as he liesite passed passedshe poae1site
site was caught ta aa eddy and whirledabout whirled whirledabout wbir1e4out
about > out It was w too late then even to tostop tostop
stop the engines eiIP and there was a taua tauaderaos tep tepderuos
deraos crash as tile boats cam come t tj te tetile ioe4
e4 tile Lorraine LanaiIIeI Lorrainetried
j tried trl i to leap overboard m their Mg figbut Mgbut frtaabut
I but were restrained r eQ
i i
to U thus Station tatiaa ami > tar ieS afer a tmfe tmfeVrv ttl s
iter fer Charleston s c wisre they theypsti wig
psti nt a honeymoon or tWo weeks weebIey
Vrv 1 re Tonyley Iey to the widow of the thelate theinto
late O V Toustey Once the death deat of ofher o oher
her husband several years ago < < 0 sherretI she has
rest rretI is at the Iowa 10 loursta
Urea ta + M their return to this city Mr Xraad Xraad1ft YrMrs and andMrs
Mrs 1ft Shepard will mafca n ahb then home hosoethe at atthe utile
the present in eat lit residence of o Justice l Shop Shepard Shopcord ¬
cord I a Jilt at tM7 Mareacfcamts JIa 1 If t t avenue avenueJustice avenueA VeIQIeaIe
A aIe to Justice of the tI e Court of A Afar Ap ApMrs ApJIr F
far slid Mrs JIr Van 6rsdei and Acme AsoechUe Acmedint
dint elate Juice Robb an a atsi I Mrs If is Rohb were werepresent wenpleeellt werepretest ere
present at t the wedding weddltii
3MK Eighth street J Ht JMTMJIHJBC t tm aver averm av avto er < <
m their petition that omrtng their theirsonee ab absence 8 8MIbee ¬
sence the dtftiadanls hhdaats virtualhr virtuirtheir stripped strippedtheir uiIIINdtheir
their home homeThey hOmeI borneThey
They claim that they bar borrowed rowed 4 OS jS on onMarch onJIIaIeh or orMareh
I March 15 test and lid that the note woo woonot would wouldnot wouldI hd
I not mature until November is but that thatnotwithstanding ttlatthat tha thauOtwitkstandhg t
notwithstanding that fact the loan loanhad firm firmbad Armbad
bad its agents carry away their beds bedstables becIIItaIIIe8 bedstables
tables and chairs They assert assertthey rt that thatthey tIIattbeJ
they were left practically 1I sstnelujB I l anda and aDdas
as a a consequence COIItHq their ehfidren on cootsected eeGed
tracted ed colds and became M front tr tR ex exposure eCurnIt1Ire exfurniture ¬
posure posureThe
The furniture taken is l alleged to have havea ha haa bna v e
a value of jtfs
ECONOMIES HUEThe BLAMED BLAMEDFOR BLAMEDFOROFFICE
FOR FOROFFICE OFFICE CLASH CLASHThe
The Postmaster Generals GeDerari general generalplan geDrlor generaplan 1
plan of economy In the admiaistra admiaistratie aduninistraVisa fDl tr trtlea
tie Visa of the tit Peotofflce PtMKo < < 1ee Departmentput Department Departmentwltho1lt is isnot
not put < < without without its disadvantages dtsadvaa accord aeeorcltee accordto
tee reports today t to the eIf effect eet < that the t
there has been more or less confusion confusionin coltr1l8i contusiLa
in tbe classification division an art 1 tb tbrural tbe tberural tbenuaJ e
rural free delivery and contract di divisions dfy divisions
visions y of the department deparUnentAJUaough departmentAlthough ep rtmeat rtmeatAltiloagh
Although official denial dea is irae 118 the that thatv thatnts thattbere I Ithere
there lave v MY 1 best eoR any cor41hats nts it Ia Iasmoothly fasaid I Isaki a
said that things are net running runningsmoothly 8 8looUalr
smoothly as they might in these tlte e divlslons di divisions ¬
visions and that some ef C the old oldtimers oIdUs
I timers among amoll the employes are kick klekTI3 kicklag kicking ¬
lag vigorously TI3 > ly over the en in the theforces theforees tin C Cforces
forces and the substitution S1Ibstlt ttoR 01 0 alleged allegedless alJe allegeless < < ed edeIS
less eIS experienced experl experloiced d men menThe meaTl menThe
The Tl e recent consolidation of hr hv rural ruralfree TUraltree zu l ltree
tree delivery division and the contract contractdivision cwrtracdivision ltract ltractcJhrtsIoo cr t
division by TV nhteh hick both OC21 were werethe placed placedunder pIudthe I
under underPotmases the office of Fourth Assistant AssistantvPaetmaser AMI8taBtPe8tmllnr t t
Assistans
vPaetmaser General Get er I Is aid o be b bepedally es especially elfpe ¬
pecially pe aDy boherseme so far as th tinr office officeloutiuu e PAce aIeertIIte
r loutiuu utse to concerned and there are arcmore ru rumors IVtIIat ¬
more that there re has ban mere e or orcafialsa < < less lessconfusion
confusion oem te the work W < < k eC f these offices officessteee of tlces tlcesI
I steee te due made de In Use inter interest intert interet ¬
est t of econoBiT
ILOWER LOWER MEAT MEATPRICES PRICES PRICESFICTITIOUS
FICTITIOUS WILEYS WILEYSCHARGE 1 E ECHARGE
CHARGE IS VERIFIED VERlFIEOispatches VERIFIEDJisPatches
Dispatches Prove Theory TheoryThat TheoryThat TheoryThat
That Packers Are Manip Manipulating Manipulating Manipulating ¬
ulating b bSLIGHT Market MarketSLIGHT MarketSLIGHT
SLIGHT REDUCTIONS REDUCTIONSIF
IF ANY ARE FOUND FOUNDiferely FOUNDA
iferely A ie < < rely ely a Myth So S Far As Average ArehageUki AverageUkiflMtte A AUJti
UJti UkiflMtte iMe e Consumer CO SUIDer IsConcerned Is IsCoooerned IsCoaoemed
Coooerned ConcernedPoints CoooernedPoints CoaoemedPoirdsiAbout
Points PoirdsiAbout About Alleged Cut Cutin Cutin Cutin
in Price of o f MeatsDispatches Meats MeatsDispatches ldeatsDiap
Dispatches Diap tdtes today Mar sear act ata ataraeat stain 8ta4Iameat stainmeat
meat made a4e a e fcy Br Wiley in TheTimes The TheTime T1IeTimec
Times Time butt mutton r I ia JCioeIIf JCioeIIfmeat prices paces af afmeat ofmeat
meat is fictitious fictitMeLPresent fictitiousPresent Setkie SetkiePresent
Present pace pEiee far r pack k khi and aa beet beefj beethigher
j higher hi than prevmttag pr reUA priDe pdeathis pdeethis priDethis
this t time last Tear TearLamb yearLamb r rLamb
Lamb is sell rfy seat t product ix wiifcifc wiifcifcmarked wWJ wWJmarked wLieitj
j marked xed reduction etia is isaDd aaticcaMB aaticcaMBand n tioeebi tioeebiI
I and that is not t expected t tS test testDesire JutDesire lootDesire
Desire of f pecker 1a ors te teof undercut prices pricesof 1 1of
of Easter cattle raises r se secause eMcaue eracause
cause af redaction rei1lCtienCrowlie8 reductionCrowded redactionCrowded
Crowded condition ee iitieR ef f stca stecage ace e Twrat Twratcavse wueMee vrltrehouses
houses pea U another atJtercaue pcois s scanoe
canoe af large ahipaieats ikpmentsThe ahipaieatsThe tL tLThe
The statessent tat tatWiley t ot Dr Harver Harverprices w wWi1e7 WWiley
Wiley wee 01 the Bureau olae olaetry of Ciemia Ciemiatry
try of the Department of Aa Agriculture Agriculturemad a aI
mad hr I The Thom lbDes ratenJay t te the theaction 11Mect theth
ect tIIU th atedteot at t the alleged recl1ICtiaa action hi the thel tMII1cee theprices
prices II1cee of or meats meatsfounded Je Jktl Ocdud is isf
f founded unit t on a scheme aI tile peioas peioasis IIadIIIn
is 1 bet eb g voided in a D1IIIIenUII nuwmor quarwa quarwatoday un unDr
today todayDr
Dr Whlleys s charges that 0 0e the a ms msm
m e III 1 oto wet wetwe inset insete
e > wt e > t r we 1 1tile
through l hi ouali the country IMC night 1II d Todays TodaysalayauhM T Tkou Tpadispatches
dispatches brought kou < < Iat verttcatloB of t the theThese tIaee
e eondufn cl reached by tile lobed lobedTbese I ITIaae
These dlitpntirhi t n demonstrate i i miHi miHihrely h hIvely > ashthr ashthrtseelp
hrely that tile reduction red to the price p ce of ofa oft8
t8 ill a myth 110 far a as the tileI utfaaate utfaaateinvestigations
meaner I MS In macet r enae4 Far FarIDn inrnprpee
investigations IDn pt im New x York Yorttfact dicioot disc discarc the thefact
fact that willie tile people of < < that city cityan
arc reading oC 01CI o a reduction JK Mini ottercities Miniits
CI cities es the pros Gt meet eat b suiahhi a aIts
its nigh level there thereThe thereeee
eee CII CIIThe Crtldtiorsti CrtldtiorstiThe
The same me situsisn b fOUIIII ht Bdti Bdtie lllaltimore
more e The newspapers In that city cttyhave cItTe cityhave
have e had dispatches from ether parts partsof partsof IIM IIMof
of the country counti y i iin arov a iotIItta iotIIttain
in the price of meats bat what tIM theBalthroreaa th thBalthnorean tIMBaltaereua
Balthnorean goes ta market markepractically marlretpraeticaDy he pays payspractically
practically the same me price far t his beef beefWashington IlePfthat beefthat
that he paW a week agoIn ap apIII
III Washington W a like condition JJtIoIt pre preos preveils
vaus veils os There here ma macant may be a sUct sUctthe alight redodgoa redodgoaioatgai6
but the redaction Js entirely entirelycant tastpaIII tastpaIIIcaat
cant when compared CIC red wWI the falling fallingoff faIJIa fallings < <
off 0 < < hi prices announced by the Chicago Chicagopackers CIIicapa Chicagopackers > >
packers In a other words 0I 0 the tile1IoIdera house householders householders ¬
holders la New York ai a beta betaed being inform informed
ntaten ntateneel
ed that the householder in inU Balre Balrek l tt
U 1 now DO a able to bay y meats at at a verymaterial very verymaterial ftITmaterlaJ
material redaction ut price The Balti Baltimore BaltImore Baldmore ¬
more householder unable 1JD 1e to find amarket a amarket aJDarket
market where the reduced price trice triceJato has hasgone he hegone
gone into effect bears about bout better betterf beUerIn
prices In New lew York Forki YorkPbJadeIpbia
f i Philadelphia famished a most iler mer mercotter 11M 11Mcorroboratioa
< cotter corroboration of o the tileJIIa charges cAarpasiadr chargesI
I made JIIa iadr t by Dr WIley Wholesale W meatdealers meat meatdealers t t1S
dealers 1S in that city today tod admitted teA teAthere that thatthere thatthere
there has been no redaction in the vrice vriceof DI1eeor
of o meats and in support of that stefte lltat < e emeat
i imeat meat they called attention to the fact facti facttbat
i that within twentyfour hours they have haveincreased IuLveiJIcrdIHd haveincreased
increased the price of beef bee to retailers
5 51 cents a hundred pounds poundsPyiBg voUDdsI you nda
PyiBg PA Same Price PriceIB PriceIn PriceIn
I In Chicago where the reduction I te tethe I Ithe Irathe
the price of meat should be felt ast astte anI
I te consumer CC is paying < < the sale high highprices MchI INghprices
I prices be paid 1J d a week ago There was wasfractional a aI afractional
I fractional r reduction in the wholesale trydesalepike wholesaleprice wholesaleprIee
price of dressed cre aed meats but this reduc reduction leduetion tedmetion ¬
tion was not yawed on to the isiaaiiaei csneaserIt < isiaaiiaeiIt aa aaIt
It was lost ta the shuffle somewhere eome be between 1 between e etween ¬
tween the packer and lid the retailer retailerIf ftItaiIerIe retailerIf
If the theat cOllllner wants te bay meet meetat eM eMat
at a smaller Alamo than that thatnearly des 4k 1 aed aedby ei eiby
by the 1M boteaer e er 3 weo we k c ago be WIll In Innearly
nearly nearl every Instance ta ta have to tohte ceII8ae osaflrehis ceII8aehis
I his purchases to rork rorkInvestigations Nw1LIave v4urkInvestigations
Investigations Iave tilstions rahe m 1 ie in n New N York dfe dferiose 11IsI dlsse
riose ch ose o ofamily se the interestter interest1L fact that It ta the thefamily Gtefamily
I family which has ba money enough to buy buyportffhouse bu buportM11oUJJe
porterhouse steaks eak that hi sorting nna theonly tile tbeonly tileonly
only benefit of the tMOn socalled roauetioag roauetioagthe ni ti0rs ti0rsOn
On November 1 ia1 New York eIty the thei
J pie rice per pound ot llottlrke 1t < < terbeu8e tme steak steakwas
i was as 22 3 and ad 21 cents a sound today tbe tbeChuck tbeprice
price quoted b m > > and Del > JI s eea cents I Chuck
I steak however bo er which ta bought exten extensively tatensNetly < < deD deDI ¬
I sively by the poor families faD Ues of Oa tile ease easeaide eM eMI et et
aide shows an a increase On November N lr 1ilia 1 1this 1tbi
this tbi class c of 0 beet was wa seUin aeUl selling for tt > Z and
I 14 cents < < eats a mound today the prices are 14and 14 14and 14and
and X cents
centsAaether cent3A1H
Another A1H tJter Increase lacreasePot hae IncreasePot
I Pot roasts r + another class of ofbouPt meat meatbought nheatbought
bought by poor families tamD ahw IO shows an anincrease aae tolacrosse
increase e On ORNovember November 1 pot pottoday potwere reams reamswere
were sold ohl for 1 14 mad 11 cents ceMat a pud pudtoday
today t ar the prices are M I and tt cents centsReductions ceataI DentsReductions
Reductions are + o be found m inn the prices prisesof pricesof pdceOf
of pork JIo YV V > b ans as and potatoes potataesWline potatIDaWhu potatoesWhile
I While honsdaOurs hous hOUtMJ > den are lookh lookhfor JooIdIta tD vain YIafor vainf
for f a reduction re 1lC Oll M the price l mss mssthe u uI
the they win discover in a day or two twotJIt tommss
I that there tIIer win w l be an increase in the tileprice
price of o coffee eo ee The price of coffee for forJune
June delivery d tvery on the New York Coffee CafltoeExchange C8IreItExchaap
Exchange Exclhan yesterday allay was M cents centspound a ann1
pound nn1 thA 4 lIo highest hl < < he t price in i tern 1 years yearsUltimately nusthie
I r Ultimately this increase alse 801 will be hepassed beJRJI8JId
passed pa d along IoI to the consumer consumerI consumerAabther
I Another iacL aa cation I oIl that the Dr WIley WIleywb1t
knew whet he was talking o about hoot when whencomes wIIeatile
charged tile pad n flth hl1 land J8Ith J8Ithcomes lillithcomes
comes from rom Chieage vraere where Ute retK
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