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I IArmies
BattleI I
Armies Mobilizing for Battle BattleThat BattleThat BattleThat
That Will Decide Fate Fateof Fateof Fateof
of Revolution RevolutionNAVARROS RevolutionNAVARROS RevolutionNAVARROS
Railroads in Hands of His Enemies Enemiesand Enem Enemiesand es esand
and Famine Threatens ThreatensHis ThreatensHIs ThreatensHs
His Followers FollowersCoBttaued Fol1owersFUtI FollowersCelltiaaed
CoBttaued FUtI from Efrat Page Pagethey Palej
they theYl1C arc uadeafetediy tedJy in the vfeteity of ofthe oft19 oftas
the iBmirgeate j iHS srgents ts who ran south after they theystole theystole theystole
stole the Mexieaa Northwestern n train trainThursday trainThurs trainThursaay
Thursday Thurs ay south of c Kl Paso twentyfive twentyfivemiles twe twentyfiremiles tyfive tyfivemlks
miles and a battle JiSs 1I nn no doutoeen doutoeenfought doubt t been beenfought beenfought
fought The revolutionary JB movement movementis vement vement5s
is confined to a region m the mountains mountainsdirectly mountalnSdtreeQy mountainsdirectly
directly west t of < Chihuahua and south southof southof
of E2 E Paso The r revolutionists 1sts number numbering numberng numbering ¬
ing ng from 0M 1 to 1WO 1 are a4 a also operating operatingat I It Iat
at t Ojlnaga Ojl PresIdIo Mulatos and other othertowns othertOWDS othertowns
towns on the Texas line H south of and anddfaectly anddirectly anddirectly
directly opposite Marra and Alpine AlpineTex AlpineTax AlpineTex
Tex TaxAlmost
Almost InaccessibleThis Inaccessible InaccessibleThteregiOH 1e
ThteregiOH This re6lon is the most difficult to toreach toreach I Ireach
reach from the standpoint of the Mexi Mexican Xexican Mexican ¬
can federal government as It is 10 100J 100JmIles 1111miles > 3 3miles
miles front t tho th + aoares nearest 7 railroad point pointan pointand pointana
an and a a desert bas to be CIO from the therailroad therallroA4L therailroad
railroad Tb The point pok t of disembarkation disembarkationis ktion ktionis
is Faiomiro a station on the Kansas KansasCity Kansasity Kansastity
City ity Mexico a and d Orient raIlroad run running runnln running ¬
ning nln northeast o et t ot CMfcaaaua CltUnJa ua and andbuilding andt
t building to a coBaoction with the line linenow linenow linenow t
now extending < southward from San SanAngek nAngeio SanAngelo
Angelo Tex TexThe rexThe TarThe
The outer railroad In Mexico that has hasreen basteEn hasteen
teEn interfered with in any way is the theMexico the1exlco theMexico
Mexico Noratwestern tern which extendsfrom extends extendsfrom extendsfrom
from the north from El Paso south southabout southabout southabout
about 39 riles to Pearson the headunarters head headquarters beadnarter5 ¬
quarters of the Pearson interests con controlled con1roUed contrulled ¬
trolled by I Dr > r F 1 S S Pearson of New NewYork Newlock ew ewYork
York and his Canadian and British Britishassociates Britisha BritishassoeMaes
associates a The road also has been beenbuilt beenbunt beenbuilt
built west t out of Chihuahua to Madera Maderaand lIIaderaand Maderaand
and TcmoCTchic TI r k and from there he heree ree is isImlldittg isuildlog isBuilding
Building north to a connection n with withthe with1be withthe
the southern terminus at Peaz PeazThere Pearson PearsonThere PearsonTher
There is a sap t 3 between the two twoclued ends endsof endsor
of the Hoe which has not been beenThis dosed dosedThis edThis
This entire lh line e is s in rebel hand ha and andmany aOJdmany asdmany
many Americans are now marooned mar iOned at atPearson atPealSOfi atPearson
Pearson and at t Madera Madera is isalso Isal isalso
al also a sawmill s WJII and lumber camp of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the Pearson P aad there are many manyAmericans JBD JBDAmerlca8 manyAmericans
Americans there They have e not had hada
a tral train for several days a aDd d their theirfood 1heIrfood theirfood
food supply must be running runl 3 very 8IT low lowWhen owWbea lowWhen
When they were cut off a week Ja JaNovember laXovembel inNovember
November they were m In sore straits straitsOther straitsOther straitsOther
Other Lines Broken BrokenTh BrokenThe BrokenThe
Th The tine from Chihuahua westward westwardl
las l as only y been cut in a few places es but butto kt111e buttme
111e line from EI Paso south is cut all allt allu
to t pieces piee Eht t bridges es are known to tohave toJ1ave tohave
have been burned five between El Paso Pasoand Pasoand Patsand
and Guzman Gua IDII man and three south of Gen Gezman Genman Guzman ¬
man That is is as far south as tele telegraphic telegrapJllc teilegr ¬
gr graphic apMc communication OII is had and aDilk aDilkas k itwas kwas
was as to this point that the eegla eedDe er and IICI11reIBAII andflremaa d dHrenwn
Hrenwn were e the captured train of ofThursday lTturWaY ofThursday
Thursday returned Satiirdey So t nsr night nightThey nbhtTheY nightThey
They reported that the insurgents who whocaptured wiNptured whocaptured
captured ptured the train number only a as about aboutseventy abeetsventTeibt
sventTeibt s seventy eight but that they declared declaredthey dedRrMthey declaredThey
they bad otters near or The train trainmen trlnmpft trainmen ¬
men say the insurgents eats said they cwt cwtthe ewtthe cutthe
the track ua to keep reenforeeraents from fromtheir fxeMIDb troutthing
thing + IDb gent after th Ad that It was wastheir was
their intention when they leftougineer left the theengineer theN1dneer
engineer and fireman to take Casas CasasGrande CaS8Grande CasasGrande
Grande at once Casas Grande is the therailroad therdJlroad therailroad
railroad station stationTl stationTOHOLY
Open Dory Capsizes on Way Wayto Vayto
to Bark Kingdom Five FiveRescued FiveRescued FiveRescued
Rescued RescuedNORFOLK RescuedORFOLK RescuedNORFOLK
NORFOLK Va Dee 5 While at attempting atte at attem ¬
tempting te tem µ ing to reach the bark 1MPxkan Kingdom Kluugdmijsa Kingdomand
ijsa r an en pia dory lost night C c StCJt St r I Iand
rand and H OConnor members of the tbeHoly theHoly I
Holy Ghost and Us sect were arowa arowaed drown drowned wn i
ed In Chesapeake C1Ie bay off Ocean View Viewlive Viewle ViewFive
live le other men escaped by being pulled pulledfrom pulledfTom pulledfrom
from the icy waters by three men and andMiss andAddle andMiss
Miss Addle Parkerson Shoo went to tothe tothe tothe
the rescue in a lifeboat lifeboatA HfeboatthirtYmile
A thirtymile gate was was blowing whentime when whenthe whenthe
the men J en put out from Ocean View V IOW and andwhen andwhen andwhen
when about 1M I yards off shore their theirdory theirdory r rdQry
dory capsized lzed Cries for help were werebeard wereeani wereheard
beard eani on snore shore and undergreat under great dtfn dtfntulty dtMtulty difficult
tulty cult John Water special officer of the theNorfolk theXortolk theNorfolk
Norfolk and Portsmouth Traction Com Coml ComlXiL7 CornP6X
P6X l lXiL7 > aiiy 7 assisted by Miss isti Parkerson the theo theeateanyearold
o teenyearold t year 1d daughter of Captain CaptainParkeraon CaptalftParkerlO CaptainParkersott
Parkeraon launched a boat and went to tothe tothe tothe
the rescue They got partly thro th o sh ghthe shThe h hthe
The surf when a big wave came along alongand alongand alongand
and knocked Waters Wt overboard overbotIW overboardWaters overbourdWaters
Waters W tera climbed In the boat again againwhite againW againwhile
white W hile McKensey y headed tbe boat boatanotmdt boBtTOUBd boata
a round They gamely continued c the theeffort theffort theKffort
effort to reach the two men who could couldlx eouklJH couldbe
lx > heard crying out among the breakers breakersThe breakersTbe breehersThe
The rescued men under the direction directionof
of Constable CoI John F F Hayes were taken takento
to the Chesapeake Club house They Theytheir TAeyere Theywere
were ere cared for and were seatback to tothdr tothsr
their snh ship > today todavPerfecting to4avPerfecting todayPerfecting
Perfecting Army Rifle RifleOf RifleOf RifleOf
Of 400 Shots a Minute MinutePPRIXGFIELT MinutePRL MinuteSPRIINGFIELD
PPRIXGFIELT PRL GFlELD > Mass 8S Dee Dec 36 SoEx SoExpert 3sExpert Bx Bxed
pert ehlntsts r are at work Ja tile Unit Gnltr1 United
< ed r1 States Government shops In this city cityT cityrieCttD cityperlecttna
T erlectlns iatprorenients on a French Frenchjruu French1U F Tenchclu
jruu 1U that can be carried by every soldier soldiernd sokHnd soidideand
and nd Is Mid to fee alrcost as s destructive aostractlveas ve vetile
as t tile e Maxteu axint The new rearm Is Isailed Is11etI isBalled
ailed 11etI the BettetMenIer BenetM rcier and ha has a calacity ca caT cat
T acity t > of IN hot per ndnme It Itdiffers Itutters Itdlifers
differs from the Maxim IB that matnj thatit
it weI oJIIy twenty pounds and can canhe
18 carried l by each member r et a r rwIters resk reskment
nj ment nt whereas the Maxim wefefcs IsJOuDiis > > J Jrounds yTouHdg
rounds and bag to be wheeled i upon oa the thebattWIeW theIJ8ttWeW theLattkiieid
battWIeW battWIeWMayor IJ8ttWeWMayor LattkiieidMayor
Mayor Refuses Pay PayFor payFor PayFor
For Services to C2 C2cRA City CityCRANSTON CityCR
CRANSTON CR sTol ON R I Dee S SoTIM Thte city cityhas citytou citylas
has a art mayor yur tho refuses to accept eeeJttcomp any anycorapenstitioa anycounptnsdtioa
corapenstitioa comp nat1eaf f V Iris aervieea Crans Cranston Cnu stOIl Cranston ¬
ton is the youngest y city in the State StateAt teAt SlateAt
At a inciting mc t1ne AIL f the council a ruelatior rue reeolatkjr re6Qlutlr
latkjr was introffocoll ntrodite tIIoWiBs IIowlne Mayor MayorJxlvard l1ayorTdaid MayorFdtard
Jxlvard M Sullivan a salary of 5IWS 5IWSMayor 1 1MlLilr 51909Mayer
Mayor Sullivan decided that if the themotion tMmoti themotio
motion moti was lS rreffr ITe5POl rr es el > l he would veto it itand it itand itand
and if tle eoun council ii then passed it he hewouU heovlJ heRout
Rout ovlJ rot t t acocpt ac < pt the money anyway anywayAt anywayAt
At Mayor Sia8luaas Si rtns s request t the motion motloRws motionws
ws wttlMlntw wttlMlntwI
I Scenes Genes of o Revolution an Against stns r Diaz raz I Where ere Troops rocs Are re Fighting r I rn 1 1Genes for Upper Per Hand HandSupplies HandSupplies 1 1Supplies
Supplies For Revolutionists Mexican Rnrales Leaving Ciudad Juarez to Aid Navarro
Prisoners Pr Drafted to Army A Gen Gendarme arme
Declares DecI Other OtherCountries OtherCountries
BeIgi Belgian 3 n res
Countries Have a Pe Peculiar Pecuhar Peculiar ¬
culiar Style StyleSeated StyleSeated 1 11at J
Seated J ibr TpiTi r ii > 1at at tteeJfliw lii HWI1 HWI1trd WIld n
trd d Wrroonaea na sU Oeuided IeIDY > by y stray stray sheete af leeta of ofteUfcompoooij ofbalt ofhalfcomwselj
teUfcompoooij balt cotnPoaeit < ramie and ttte latest latestissc latestraces t tJssees
issc Jssees races s of f music periodical I Ivan IvanCaryll IvanCryl1ho IvanCaryll
Caryll Cryl1ho who V is W reaponslMe e for tIM tbescore tIMscore thescore
score of the latest I4eWer pradUCtionMarriagee production productionMarriage pr tIolI tIolIrarria
Marriage rarria e a la Carte toda deliver delivered didiYer didiYertd ¬
ed hifielf hii self of a few ew pertinent erthlentrelllrk erthlentrelllrkabout remarks remarksabout remarksabout
about American rica musk and kindred Xlndredtopics kbMIrecitopics kindredtopics
topics topicsDespite topicsDespite
Despite the fact that this is t Mr MrCaryirs MrC MrCarylrs
Caryirs C lr8 nineteenth RlAe eeatJa vMt to the United UnHedStates vatte4States UnitedStates
States h he ai arrived ViIv rived 4 In Washington W for Corthe fortbe forthe
the first tane 1 FrMay y niaM aIdr and has hasbeen JIaSbeeRutilizlDI hasbeen
been beeRutilizlDI utilizing utilizing moat of his time timein since sincein sincein
in rehearsiBgr reh Bg the rcbvstra for the theopening tlMtpeRIDg thecpeaiag
opening performance ce at the Beiasco Belaacotomorrow Beiascotomorrow Bela1ICOtomolTOW
tomorrow night aigiitTea DIiatYes nightFes
Tea Yes Ive been so busy bna X since I Icame ICIIM Icame
came here remarked the composer composerwho COMpOSerwho cempoeerwho
who notwithstanding twJttag the fact that tbatae thate thathe
ae e is a Beean B spetfes spe alts perfect 1 Eng Engllsfc Ea5nek
llsfc 11 that Fve r rue e had little or no time
to scE your 3r great t Jty I intend to tosnend testteDd isspend
spend most of today sightseeing sightseeingtkafs si1AtseelngtlNLts sightseeingthats
tkafs te W my Christmas present to tomyself tomyself tomyself
myselfNo myself
No American Ame can Music MusicI
I have v been In this country so sooften sooftea sooften
often that New York and a few of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the ether large ar e cities are perfectly perfectlyfamiliar perfectlyfamilSar perfectlyfarniliar
familiar to me In the performance of ofThe orThe ofThe
The Girl of the th Golden West which whichI
I had the pleasure ple sue of seeing in New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York en the opening night I had one oneof oneof oneof
of thoee rare things tb gs which come to teus tous II IIus
us mWdieaged people so seldom seldomaD seldomaDabsolutely seldomanabsolutely an anabsolutely
absolutely novel sensation It is a apity apity I Ipity
pity that t at America has no school of ofmusic ofmusk f fmusic
music no peculiar style like the thecountries thecountries i icountrlesabr08Al
countries countrlesabr08Al abroad have If one speaks speaksof j jor
of the French school or the Viennese Vienneseschool Vienneseschool Vienneseschool
school or the German school a cer certain certain cartamn ¬
tain almost aIJ ost composite or concrete kind kindef kindof kindof
of music comes into ones mind but butI butI
I am sorry to say there is nothing nothingof
of o that sort in America AmericaBut AmericaBut I
But In the Girl of the Golden West WestI
I had ad an insight into what might be beaccomplished beaccomplished beaccomplished
accomplished with American topics topicsand topic1ncI topicsand
and ncI American ideas True there is lit little 11tt1e little ¬
tle or no real American music in it itbut it 1 1but
but that is doubtless due mainly to tothe tothe othe
the fact that there is not here a school schoolliterally scheolltterally h hliterally
literally speaking spe speakingIn kinlln In which the ge geniuses geniuses ¬ i
niuses of the country may be devel developed developed ¬
oped at no expense to themselves themselvesTrue themselvesTru themselvesTrue
True you have your Victor Vi tor Herbert Her Herbert ¬ J
bert yourSousa Rn and others oth s who have havea hveJ hveJa
a real American erlcan ides of music but it itis itis
is not as distinctive as that of the theother theother theother I
other great nations of the world You Youshould Youshould Youshould
should have a special eclal college subsidised subsi subsidized ¬ I Idi
dized di by the Government in which the theyoung theyoung I Iyounl
young men and nd women omen who possess possesstalent POS5 possessa
8 talent for acting and music could couldhave cowfluve couldhave I
have that t t talent trained and developed developedat
at little expense te t themselves themselvesIn I
In Paris Berlin and Vienna ViennaSuch ViennaSuch
Such is the case in Paris in Berlin Berlinaad Berlinand Berlinand I
and in Vienna The schools there there are aresubsidized aresubsitzed aresubsi
subsidized subsi itzed by the government and nd the thegovernment thegovernment I Igovernment
government empjoys ein oys the best actors actorsand actorsand 1 1and
and artists to teach there therethus thus giving gtving giv ¬ i
ing the ambitions axnb tlo an opportunity te teimprove toImprove i iImprove
improve themselves along lon their chosen chosenlines chosenlines I Ilines
lines This will probably ly come later laterbut haterbut ter i iItut
but I am told that t there is very little littlecnaaca littleehaaeefor littlechance
chance ehaaeefor for it now nowAs nowAs I IAs
As the t e thought of wbtwould what would happen hap happen
pen should any daring person suggest suggestan i iR
an Idfee of a Geveriuaentendoxred Geveriuaentendoxredscbodl GevernmentendoWndsebodt Governmentendotrodscheal
scbodl of acting ae to Uncle Jee Jim JimTawney JimTawney I ITwn
Tawney Twn y or other exponents of econ lawnomy economy eC n nomy
omy a smile flitted across the face of ofI
1 I the interviewer and he heartily lieartflyI heartilyagreed j jagreed
I agreed with the toretzn ror rorei ° n composer that thatnew t1latthere thatthere
there WafLVry was very little c chance furs it itnew itnew
new newShould Should there come a time tlm when this thisIs t1lhiIs thisis
Is carried into effect erre as it doubtless doubtlesswIH doubt41tS5wIH
wIH come continued cootJn d Mr Caryll I Icertainly I Icertainly Iceriainiy
certainly will look for some som great greatcompositions bTetcomposltions greatcompositions
compositions from tr Americans and the thebirth thebirth thebirth
birth of a real American school of mu muv 1111Flowers muFIowers
v Flowers For Christ Christoas ChristoasT n s
T 9 ejr add 8 d is to tbejoF the eoJ Joy of the day daytJaey daytJaeymake they theyraake theymake
make good gifts Gades GuQ SmtRAdvt ISlPt Advt
sic which will be fit to hold its own ownwltb ow owwith ownwith
with the like schools of other nations nationsWell nattoasell nationsWell
Well ell I am sorry but It is time for forme 1orme forme
me to look after the morning orches orchestra onIItn orchantra ¬
tra rehearsal and then I am going to totake totake totake
take take a trip around the city cityThis cityTh cityhis
This Th his is israther rather a poor time for It It t but butwe nt ntwe t twe
we cant hive R ve spring all tlu tI > time 11 I Ihope Ihope Ihope
hope that your Cbristmag win be ebappy as asbappy ashappy
bappy as mine mlneand and that yen y wont wonthave wthaYe wonthalve
have to work as bard bardAnd bardAnd rd rdAJHI
And the composer of a score of mu musical musteal ¬ j
steal comedies returned to His JtJ8preparatory roam roonnpreparatory roampreparatory
preparatory to going gol > g btck te work at atthe atthe atthe
the theater theaterMoissant UaeterMoissant theaterMoissant
Moissant In Flight FlightOver FlightOver FlightOver
Over New OrleansN Orleans Qrleans1W
N 1W WOJtl o1t1JEAlS BANS Dec DecMotasant 1DL3 xJeIIa Ma B BJr B BNowaat
Motasant Jr the American aviator aviatorsnectaculfj a aapeetaCulPr lhaie a aapectaenrr
apeetaCulPr snectaculfj night over the city todayWith today todayWHh tMayWItk
With Motesenfs nis night the first AnttDt big biglaternatknal bt6Internattkesai
laternatknal tDt tk aviation tournament t of the theeatretpe U e eextfenie
extfenie extretpe South was opened The tournament tour tournament tOUTJIIUDeI1t dlel ¬
nament will last nine days and eight eightfamous ightfamous eightfamous
famous birdmen n of international inte fame fameare fameare fameare
are upon the thelTound ground to take part They Theyare TheYare Theyare
are Charles Cbarl K Hamilton Edmund Au Audemars AuI AuIcIemar3J Audemars
demars cIemar3J John Frjebie J Joaeph pb SeymourRene Seymour SeymourRene SeYJROUrI
Rene Barrie v Rene Simon Rene Bar Barrios BarrIo6 Barrim ¬
rios Roland Garros and andMoIaNDL andMoIaNDLI Moiaseaf MoiaseafThe MolsoantThe
The feature of the meet consists of otti offitehts ofts
I fitehts tti hts ts by Moissant in a metal m t1 built ma machine 101ch mach ¬
chine ch De capable of carrying cam 1 five pumion pumiongerr Mften mmoft mmoftgerr
gerr This machine arrived from France Franoey Franceyesterday Franceyesterday
yesterday y tenJay and vwas was set et up today Sue Socce Suece Suecersful
ce cersful sf slul ul nights have been made ma in It near userPr nearPM DearXeisfant
PM Pr rls rlsMeiesant
PMMoissant Moissant declared this morning that thatcord thathe thatbe
he would try to set a new world re reeord re record
cord for altitude saying that the heavy heavyatmosphere heavYatmo heavyatmosphere
atmosphere atmo pll8e here was Meal for forT firing firingToe dyingThe
Toe T e little American Has stirred up tipP a areat agreat
P great reat dealorrivalry deal ealer or rivalry rlvaJrydue due to the of oren GfeftadIIIIratie orenadmiration en enadmiration
admiration expressed by the t e papnhiee papnhieeftH ee eetot
tot him
XKW YORK Dec 3fc Hoary aary G GMoore Gwi GMoore
Moore wi wlw inhuitloa half of nttM nttMfrom 1 1from Sl > I86 I86tram
from his latiMr 1 Andrew M M Moore of off edPbindelpielmt t ttiiinlufc
Pbindelpielmt f 1dJo III i a a lst a very dIIr dIIrt diatr
tr tiiinlufc t oSIua mvMon BOW And what wakes nsakesit
it MurtlcHtarty cad IB that Mr Moore is iscertain 11be iscertain
certain be cant eantinue e to live on onSl ORSlf9 ontdt
Slf9 Sl tdt a month and d Is endangering en his hisv 1It5Vfl hisvery
v very r > ute by residing to New N eK Jersey JerseyRotherford J Jp Jraeylottaerfotd
Rotherford p nJ to be specific specificMeoaVgteft 3P8dAcfa specificMeos
MeoaVgteft fa Meos + e ruulr 3 iIe r Jaw jr j < ljvthe ljvthepayment thnu thnulmtililtil tla6 tla6f
f lmtililtil Iii iCillmih t ttI i t tile tileoL theynent
payment ynent of 93MM back k aMmany JIiM He Heas HeT9 Hewas
T9 as heN 111 eoptempt I L a and d the appellate appeIIttdh appellatedt j jdUtoto
dUtoto dh hioa baa denied bls Iris apnea to stay staythe BYhe starthe
the he pnxnMrdiag The appellate division otrfefcmenowa divisionshows I
shows little sympathy thy for Moore and andsaya and83yt1 anditaya
saya in effect e eet that Place he is in New NewJersey ew
Jersey Je to avoid a courts order the thequestion
question = of his health is of no conse eomenncAce consequence eonseL ¬
quenceLife Life L e in Jersey Torture TortureMoores TortureII TortureMooses
Moores II bmoe Ja m tJ tAts te city y is I m the theTrowttle theT theTrvuvlpo
Trowttle T aeartmenta a Since poiarr gl 0 0Xew o oNew oNew
New Jersey he has been living Mri vl ff in Ruth Rctherfora RutherfOl Rutherfoid
erfora He declares that life there Js JsInjorkHis isinjurious
injurious to his health and his dterelsl pfcysl pfcyslctam pkyslduI physician
duI backs him up KBMoore upf00e upMoore
Moore bas ait income of S3SCM m a year yearThe yearnat yearTbt
The New York court aoooiatod a a re recover recover ¬ I Ifor
cover for bill estate and directed tbjtt tit t tl
1 1400 l 9 a month be paid to Moore Y Ore and the thebalance theto thebalance I
balance to his iffi wife until the 5SOOO i I aH aHtttony aHmeny altmany
tttony was settled settledBy MUIedBy serriedBy
By fleeing to New fw Jersey Jesey doors has i
svoeeasfnliy 8UOeeII held on to his entire ia iaeotae l lcete hActno
eotae as none t f MB jaopoity le la tills tillsStttie tisSCate thisSate
Stttie but m is Poimoyirama PoimoyiramaIJ P Pears ft1Ib ft1Ibnut sir sirtut
IJ nut tut t Jfoore aid win a sort of H victory vfetoryTie victoryThe erY erYfie
Tie apa appellate IUUe divio Mrtftoif ar refwted r Mrs MrsMoores Xrsoonis Mrsbores
bores oonis motion to rtfciuiluB U Ute e appeal of o1Ier ofher ofher
her husband from the jndgmert pA mer ert > t and ader or order order ¬
der er of arrest for contempt issued issttedagainst iS58edl4aIDet issuedagainst
against him The court decMes that thatMnere thatloWe that3kre
loWe has the right to hive iye the jedgmcmt jedg JexJgmcitt jedgJ
mcitt J ftt and contempt orders reviewed but butbe botat butbe
be must return to the JttrJMttetton j8r1 of ofthe orUzc oftbe
the court and purge himself first of ofeofrtecapt ofPt
eofrtecapt eofrtecaptHas Pt PtHas
Has a Pleasing Alternative AltematiTeAccordmc AlternativeAccardhtc
Accordmc to this 4ectson Moore must mustenoee mustcross
cross the river t to Manhattan surrender surreaderto
to the ahertft and go to Jail until he hefrees efrees hefrees
frees himself of the contempt order orderaad onIerDC orderand
and then hell gee e the ked review reviewof
of the alimony verdict verdictAt verdictAt cLAt
At tic time alimony was granted grantedMoore grantedIoore grantedMoore
Moore was made an allowance of ofLCOO oCS1M
S1M LCOO a month for his support He de dedares declares dedares
dares that this is DOt enough aDd de declares tiedares deelates ¬
dares he cannot Jive oa leee than 1 1per 17M 17Mper Ilihbper
per month To this Mrs Moore replies re replies re replies ¬
plies in her affidavit affidavitThe atftdaTltThe affidavitThe
The statement of my husband thathe thatbe that thathe
he cannot live m the aaaaner In which waienbe whichh0
be has been accustomed aeeu for lees s thaa thaaS17W
S17W 1 08 a mouth is preposterous My hus husband JnIslMmd husband ¬
band for twentyeight years ever since sinceI
I have ve known him has sever done e a astroke astroke astroke
stroke of work He depended upon Ms Msfather bIBther hisfather
father ther the late Andrew An rew X Moore for forhis forhis f fhis
his support supportThe supportTAe supportThe
The Mourns 00IC5 were married in 3SSS 3SSSMrs J551Jrs l3Mrs
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Tri Triple P le Collision Near Boston BostonScatters BostonScatters
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BOSTON Dec 25Fight 25 Eight persons were wereinjure wereinjured I Iinjur
injure one fatally and scores had a amiraculous amiraculous amiraculous
miraculous escape In a triple collision collisionto
to which a heavily loaded theater th94ter tit ter train trainbound trainbound trainbotnd
bound for r Haverhill and tftro o freighttrains freight freighttrains tre ht httraIns
trains came together in the East Som Somerville Somerville Somerville
erville yards just before midnight last lastnight Jaatnight lastnight
night nightThe nightThe nightThe
The wreck spread over six tracks onthe on onthe ontIle
the western division and was one of ofthe oftre
the tie worst and aJ d the most peculiar which whichever wblchE I
ever E ver er occurred about Boston BortenTne BostonThe BostOftThe
The passenger passen er train train which pulled out outof outof
of the Xorth station at 1128 n had Just lustpassed Justpassed justpassed 1
passed the East Somerville station stationRunning st stationRunning tlon tlonRunninG
Running parallel and Just a little aheadwas ahead aheadwas I
was as a switch engine with eight carsOn cars carsOn I
On the further track a Portland traincarrying train traincarrying trainearning
carrying cars of the Bangor and andAroostook andAroostook andAroostook
Aroostook railroad rallroadI3aded loaded with potatoeswas potatoes potatoeswas
was moving inbound about four milesan miles milesan milesan
an hour hourAccording oourAccording hourAccording
According to the railroad authorities authoritiesthis authoritiesL authoritiesthis
this L ls morning all three trains had right rightof rightor rightor
or wayfie way wayThe wayR1eswltcb
The R1eswltcb fie switch engine hit a frog and andcrashed andcraFhed andcrashed
crashed into the caboose of the Port Fortland Portand Portland
land freight pivoting It in such a way waythat waythat waythat
that it swung about into the engine of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the passenger train The passenger passengerengine passengerengine passengerengine
engine was turned around and over overThe overThe I IThe
The switch engine toppled and cars in inboth inboth
both freights piled up I
BAILET BAlLEYon Oa Friday December mber 23 3 IMO IMOMARGARET 1519MARGARET
MARGARET BAILEY wife of the lateJohn late lateJohn lateJOM
John BaileyFtmeral BaU BaUFuJeral Bailey BaileyFuneral
Funeral from the residence at her dugh daaghter dau dughter h hter
ter ilra Dzaiei Daiy DaI 1366 Thirtysixth Thirtysixthstreet ThIns1xtl1atnet Thirtysixthstreet
street northwest Monday 3l0Dda at 838 oclock oclockthence oclocku oclockthenceto
thenceto thence u to Holy Trinity Church CbarcfcVirginia CbercLVlrctDa ChurchVirginia
Virginia papers pa please eepy eepyDOUGHERTY eepyDOUGHERTYSud41esJ copyDOUGHERTYSuddenly
DOUGHERTYSud41esJ DOUGHERTY Snddealy ok Saturday De December De Decera Becomber ¬
comber cera 34 1 1MO as T a a ts DANIEL J Jbeloved 1beloved Jbeloved
beloved sea of Alary and the late Michael MichaelDougherty UchnelDeulter1y ICIraelDougherty
Dougherty and grandson gra of tae in John Jebnaad Jehna Johnsad
sad JulIA Sullivan SeHtTaaFttneral SelltYa1tFaneral SullivanFuneral
Funeral from fromJ115 his late residence res < e 736 I6glnis Vir Virginia ¬
ginia avenue southeast en YendayDecem YendayDecemi Monday Oecem Oeceml December
l ber er It at a 9 oclock thence to St PetersCharek Peters PetersChurch
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Church where reatrieiB high mass will besaid be beaid
said aid for the re repose ese o or Ms Id soul Relative Relativeaad RelatiYeSaa4 Relativesand
and friends Invited to attend attende8Iy attendGOGLDSnddealy
GOCU GOGLDSnddealy > Suddenly e8Iy Saturday December D mber 21 21ItW RIn t t1t1t
In ItW at 13f p 9 JOHN I K GOULD bushaM Ins huatead InshaDd
haM of May 3Ia Gweht raee Pare PareNotice Preettee PooreNotice
Notice ettee oC rsaeral t raI hereafter hereafterHELLEROn kerarterHKILBR ltenatterHELLER
HKILBR HELLEROn n Oa Friday December Dec 2S = ISM at atUU6 atla atI3Ib
UU6 p as at Harpers Ferry W VaCHARLES Va VaCHARLES
CHARLES M la husband of Elite U Seller Selleraad H Hellersad r raM
sad ma I B ef Mr and Mrs S S Hetter ef 617 617Fnaeral 611X 617K
X street northwest aged fift7one year yearsFuneral
Funeral services se Meadar December K 6 at atM atL
M a L a HL at audertaldag aadertakte parlors of Thomas ThomasS
S s S Serg Sergeen rg ea Mil Sereath Seve Ul street northwest northweatawers northwestXe northwest3C
3C Xe Bowers awersHJlNRY BowersHBNRISeddealy SetrersH8NRY i
H8NRY HBNRISeddealy Sttdd Saddenly aly on Friday December mber mberJfK8 22 22at
JfK8 at 11 p paerthwezt IlL at Georgia avenue arcanenorthwest avenueJMK1kt
northwest THOMAS husband ef Emma EmmaliRtesalns E nyt nyti I
i Ucuiy UcuiyKaaiatns liRtesalns ry I
Kaaiatns at chapel e C f Frank Gei9ra Gd J Seas Seasmis Seas1111Y
mis Seventh street northwest nerUreestvUce northwestS
S vUce tfoe of 0 funeral bereaTter bereaTterHOGAX JtenatecZI bereafteaHOGANSuddenly
HOGAX ZI HOGANSuddenly Suddenly at her residence ru EM K Kafreet Kstmt
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afreet northwest t ANNIE IE E HOGAN HOGAJfwidow HOGANwidow
widow of C the thelate lale Ja WIHiaBX Hogan In nthe ntheFuneral the theseventieth theseventieth
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seventieth year of her ace aceFuneral ageFuneral
Funeral Tuesday esc4 morning December DeeeutberfZOlB Decemberfrom S Sfrom
from the residence of her daughter r lie 118235bth UEIth lieEighth
Eighth street street northwest nortk at thence to Iraeiac Iraeiaculat Inuaaculate Immaeslate
slate ulat Coaeeptton Church where mass will trfllbe willbe I Ilie
be saM for the repose C C her h r seal euL Interment Interzaeacat Interm 1K 1Kat
at ArltHfftoa ArltHfftoaJOHXSOK ArltBgtoaJODSOS ArliagtonJOH
JOHXSOK JOH SOtOn n On Sunday Sut December er IS 16lf 1S at atCnfoaeo atOtIGa atChicago
Chicago o HI WiLLIAM JOHNSON rO 50 eon of ofMJtKe erYflKe ofMillie
Millie Johnson and brother 1tr Ul of Lucy and the thelate UieIate thelate
late Robert Jeh Jehazon JohmonFBner1l JehazonFaneral son sonFaneral
Faneral Srnday Stl14a December 25 S rom theMiles the theMiles theMiles
Miles Memezlal Metri Church Third street be between be between between ¬
tween New ew ink Y rk > avenue and 1 L street nerth nerthvetan nerthat
vetan at 2 oclock clock Friends Frien invited to at attead atLO atLANGOn
tead teadLONG
LONG LO LANGOn GOn On Saturday tBrdaT December < B laiO at axSJ ati3
SJ 5 > p p w Mrs FANNIE F IE LONG LANGNotke LONGi LOXGtlce
i Notice tlce of funeral f hereafter which will wRltaiie willtake wflltake
take place rrsm rem Lees Lee undertaking 1C1 g cstab cstabHsJmcnt cstabnt estabfehment
fehmentFFredericr HsJmcnt HsJmcnttFredertct nt
tFredertct FFredericr k iiad Baltimore papers please pieaeecopy pteuecopy pleasecepyJ
cepyJ cepyJKUHNOa copy copyKUHN copyKU1L
KUHN KUHNOa oa OB December r 22 ISM at his rest restKUHN re5feace resldeuce
deuce mat N street northwest r JAMES OltK17HN OR ORKLTH
KUHN husband of Mary 1aryA A KahnFmteral Kahn KahnFuneral U1 U1irom
Funeral from Hoty Trinity Catholic CadoUcCh CatholicClIwd CatholicChurch
Ch Church reh on Monday M81I 1 J December eember mber SS J5 at M a a m mLBISHER mI mLBISHEROn
LBISHER LBISHEROn I On Saturday Doeember S 4 18Mf 18Mfat 15Mat 1956at
at Georgetown wn UntTe Uni University ty Hospital WILL W LLLX WILLIAM WILLIAM ¬
IAM IL M sea of the law te William M and andMary aDdJlal andMary
Mary LeUber LeisherNotice LeUberNotice Lebheretkc
Notice etkc of fun < hereafter
PAGE PAGEOs Oa Wednesday Y Deeeiaber 21 1 1818 1911 at
6 6J8 8 p m at his resldecee IB Deantveod DeantveodD
D C THOMAS THO PAGE aged ftttyo1e ftttyo1eeIIn St tyoa tyoayear tyoneyears
year eIIn one of the deacons o the First Bap Baptist Baptist Baptist ¬
tist Cttrch CZ rcb of DeaacoodD wood D C and bus husbaad busbaad hueband
baad of ixmlsa sa Page A wldew and AYe AYeI ve vechildren
i Cb children nrjurn ur iris loss lossFaneral leesS
I S Funeral from = the e First K Baptist Church Churchof
of Deanwaod D C Co Sondry Scnll y at Ii36 p m mFriends m1rieRd6 mFrieade
Friends are an x T InvitedPOPSOn Invited 1nitedPOPEOn invitedPOPOn
POPSOn T Tmocy Tursdey j r dy Deceraber 22 2 ISIS at
11 p HV r MINECS Ir n ANN POPE wife of ofPeter eCPeter ofPeter
Peter Pope asrd eightythree el ythree years yearsFsBoral yearsFuneral > ean eanF1mcral
Funeral from Nalleys undertaking estab estabnsbmoat establishment ab abJbtunoat
nsbmoat 122 Eleventh street southeast southeastMoaday southeastMonday southeastMonday
Monday December 25 at 1 It a a m m Friends Friendsaad FriendaDd Friendsand
aDd relatives Invited to attend attenoROLLINS attenaROLLL attendROLLLNSOn
ROLLINS ROLLLNSOn SO1 On Saturday Deeeraber 21 21 ISIS 1919at ISISat 1918at
at 436 oclock p m ISAAC N ROLLINS ROLLINSte
In the sevi seviNotice seventythird year of his age ageOeU ageNotice
Notice OeU e of tuners hereafter herearterBaltimore h hereafterBaltlmore te teBaltlmore
Baltlmore Md papers please copy copySCANXON copyScuLO cop copSGANLONOa
SGANLONOa SCANXON OU On Saturday December ber SI l 1519at 1519 1519at ISliat
at her late residence 722 2 Park road roadBRIDGET Mrs MrsBRIDGET MrsBRIDGET
BRIDGET SCANLON SCA IAN mother of o M B BScaaton B5caDton BScanlon
Scaaton aged ninetyseven nlnet winery seven n years yearsday yerFuneral yearsFuneral
Funeral strict trl private at 9 oclock Mon Monday on onday
day morning December 26 6 No SewersWATERSOn Sewers SewersWATERS flewersWATERSO1
WATERSO1 WATERS On TV Wednesday dnesday esd31 December 21 21 1S19 1S19at I IU1 iat
at 11J6 p p m at her residence 819 V street streetaerthwest streetnorthwest I Iaerthwest
aerthwest MARTHA THA A A WATERS sisterof sister sisterof
of Celestial CeJ stial Butler and Daniel Waters and andsisterinlaw an1J andsisterInlaw j
J sisterinlaw of Essie L Waters WatersFuneral I IFuneral iFuneral
Funeral from Peoples Congregational CongregationalChurch Congrerationalchurch
Church M street between Neen Sixth and Seventh 15 aerenthstints Seventhstreets entb t
streets ta northwest Sunday December aat 25 25at So So1pm
at 1 1pm p m mWHITE mWHITEOn I
WHIIEOn WHITE On Saturday Sat day = December 21 1510 at ata
515 a a m ESTELLE M WHITE WHITEwife wife ol olWHliasi o oWlIl1an ofWilliam
William White and daughter of J H HMinor HMinor
Minor and stepdaughter B of Mary Minor Minorsister 3IlnorIater Minorstater
sister of 0 Richard and 1d James Minor MinorFuneral IlnorFunenl MinorFuneral
Funeral Monday Mo 2 p p ra from John Wesley Wesicy Wes Wesley ¬
ley A M E Eo Church Eighteenth street be between be betw between ¬
tween tw n L and M streets streetsWOOD s streetsWOODDied u uWOODDied
WOOD WOODDied Died Suddenly Sudde1 I at Richmond Va VaSaturday VaSaturday IL ILSatureayDecember
Saturday SatureayDecember December 24 CARL I L WOOD WOODformerly WOODrnierl WOODfaru
formerly faru rnierl erly of o > t Washington D DNotice C CNotice c cXeUce
Notice ot funeral hereafter hereafterIN berenterIN hereafterIN
HEAD HEADIn Itt sacbut sat sac but loving Jodngrem remembrance embrance ot otmy ofmy
my m dear htastad and loving tonn father JAMES JAMESM
M HEAD who departed this life one year yearaeo yearalO yearago I
ago today December D ber S 1909 1909A 1901JJnd 1905A
A precious JJnd ODS one from t U8has us has gone KoneA goneA
A voice we lov loved d Is still stillWhich sUllA stillA I
A place Is Vacant 111 o our r home homemlcb homeWhich
Which never r can be t > Shed ShedBy nllecLHORSTKAMP
mlcb B By 3 His W1fc rcfU rcfUDAuhter and DAuhter DAuhterHOR DaugiteriiORSTKAMPIn
HORSTKAMP HOR In Inlovme loving remembrance cmll o of 0 our ourbratber ourbrother
brother WILLIAM E HOR9TICAiIPk HOn who wbodied whodied whodied
died fifteen n years yeaI3 ago this day December mber mberSo
26 So 1S95 1S95To lSTo 1s 1sTo
To live in the hearts we leave behind 1 la not notto IWtto notto
to die
By HIs Hi Brother and Sisters SistersJITERS SIstersl SistersIrYERStn
ERS IrYERStn In memory memory of our dear son son SAM SAilMTKaS SAM3YEs SAMMEEs
MTKaS whodied who died august 32 1Z I 1310Cnce 1310 1910cn 1410once
Cnce cn e the imislc of f your voice voiceil voiceld voiceMedoonr
Medoonr il ld doour o r happy heart rejoice rejoiceAnd reiDceAnd rejoiceAnd
And your bright and smiling face faceWas faceWas faceWas
Was the sunshine s hne of the place placeBut p pBut placeBart
But your 0tIr chair r Is I empty now nowAnd nownd nowAnd
And fa bitter grief we bow bowFor bewFor bowFor
For our ourhearty hef hearts are empty yet yetAnd yetAnd yetAnd
And w we never n ver can forgetBy forget forgetBy forgetB
By B His s Mother and Father FatherUNPERTAKERS FatherUNtlERTAKERS FatherUNQERTAKERS
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Body of Aged Lawyer to Be BeSent BeSent BeSent
Sent to Ohio for forBurial forBurial
Burial Buriali
This afternoon at 2 oclock cleek at Ms J 6 res residonce residunce
idonce 11 115 Euclid avemte aY northwest aattfewaetfuneral northwestfuneral
funeral services were heW se c Alplioago AlpkeaseHart AlplioagoHart
Hart eighty years e zs old wlw w died ed Friday Frt Frtday
day after but three days of MIl 1 The Thebody 3bebody Thebody
body wffl be sent to Nor 0Me OM for forinterment forinterment
interment intermentMr
Mr 1I Hart was born ItomJc July Jul V 4 MM 7 N In InOhio R ROhio
> Ohio After penciling Jaw tel several severalyears severalyears 1 1years
years he entered pumice and wa was elect elected elected ¬
ed lieutenant governor of Ohio Jw 1SZJ 1iHHe 1SZJHe 3 3He
He served 4 in Congress Cen reas In > S0 and WK5 WK5as 1 + a aas
as Representative of the Twelfth ete district etetrlct 6trlct
trlct of Ohio OhioHe OhioHe OhioHe
He had been a member of the Washington Wash Washington ¬
ington bar for many years and was wasfirst
first vice president of the OMo State StateRepublican
Republican Society SocietyMr SocietY1r SocietyMr
Mr 1r Hart is survived by a widow and andtwo aacItwo andtwo
two daughters Mrs Morris > Bleu aad aadMrs aadIrs andMrs
Mrs Irs M H MouKon I both of tbfa dty dtyand cityand dtyand
and by Edward tiV V Hart a sea of ofLas ofLas ofLas
Las Vega Ariz ArizGeorgia ArlzGeorgia ArizGeorgia
Georgia Moonshiners MoonshinersGet
Get Christmas Freedom FreedomATLANTA FreedomAT FreedomATLANTA
ATLANTA AT A Ga Dee 26 1Eis Eight t moon moonshiners 00shiners moonshiners
shiners arc spending Christmas with withtheir withtheir
their families as a result of a aurder parour pasoleorder parourorder
order of United States Judge Newman NewmanIn N n nIn
In response to letters of appeal from fromwives frommves fromwives
wives and children cb
on December 21th 1910 a petttioM was wasfiled wasfiled wasSled
filed in the Supreme Court C Urt of the DIR Dietrict District DIRtrlct ¬
trict of Columbia by the Standard Fold FoldIng Folding Folding
Ing Camp Seat Manufacturing Company Companya
a corporation organized under the laws lawsof Jawsof lawsof
of the U S S Congress s for D C Co MatIng statinsthat MatIngthat statingthat
that on account of a change la l t the com companys companys coinpanys ¬
panys business bO lne due to the fact that the thearticles thearticles thearticles
articles it formerly controlled namely namelyFolding JIIDeIyFoldinG namelyFolding
Folding camp seats and similar good goodhave goodJohav goodshave
have become impracticable and DCl1lBproIU DCl1lBproIUable unprofit unprofitable uaprodtable ¬
able and therefore abandoned and for forthe torthe forthe
the purpose of enabling the company to tocontl tocontinue
continue contl contlprofitable by taking up different t and more DIOreprofitable moreprofitable
profitable goods a more appr appropriate appropriatename plat 1
name et etc < > and for the benefit bentwo wo wosaid of all allconcemed allc
concerned c a change of name namecompany of said saidcompany
company n to the Lehigh Valley Marten Mercantile Xcantile Martentile ¬
tile Company is desired and a decree decreeto
to that effect prayed for in said petition petitionStandard pStandard
Standard Folding Foidt g Camp Seat MaanCac MaanCacturine Xa1Jfacturin Manufacturing
TAGEX TAG President Pr t FRED C GEIGER GEIGERPetitioners GEIGEPPetitioners GEIGERPetitioners
Petitioners Attorney AttorneyPURSUAKT AttorneyPURStA AttorneyPGRSIANT
of ByLaws notice Is hereby given giventhat ptYenthat giventhat
that the Annual Meeting of the Stock Stockholders St Stockholders ek ekholders ¬
holders of the Capital Traction Tractionpans Com Company C0mpany n ¬
pany for the election of Directors for the theensuing tensuing then theensuing
ensuing year ear and such other business businessas n e
meen neSS neSe
as may be brought before the neetrag neetragwill meedBgwUl mee meewill S
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