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NIIMz3EP ER 6984 698 Yesterdays Yesterda s Circulation 48168 WASHENTOTOjST V THURSDAY EVJ EVENING NTKGr DECEMBER DECE R 29 1910 Fourteen Pages PRICE ONE CENT
Retirement As Gillett Bill BillProvides BillProvides BillProvides
Provides Best for forEmployes forEmployes forEmployes
Employes EmployesNO EmployesNO
Every Penny Paid In Will Come ComeBack ComeBack ComeBad
Back With lii liiMore Intecest liltare
tare tareamore tecest tecestMor
More Arguments for Con Contributory Contributory Contrtbiut ¬
tributory trtbiut FlanCent Plan PlaneraHJeat PlanC
Cent C scy JI 1 a wek1 C88t Gey GeyeDHDeItt Gueai
eraHJeat eai t 1000000 noo 000000 ooo a year fer farafeeet fera ferabet
afeeet a fifty years aDd ad then noth nothing nothbig nothi ¬
big i whereas w sti straight i t civil pen penBS penWMd pensae
sae BS w WMd i4 fee a harden of ofS30jOOO4 ofS3oeooooo
S30jOOO4 304000 OO 000 ar T sore re a year for ferTOry fore1IU foreer
e1IU e1IUEvery eerEvery
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pi pisye 7 is setsraea1 te Ma h with ia iater mt interent
ter terent t t whereas benefits ef efstraiglit efstraipt ofatraikt
straiglit pension caa fee bad easy easyat eaiyat ealyat
at tic a ace e of f retirement retirementCoatri retiremeetContnlNtlHy retiresieattnitttsry
ContnlNtlHy Cee Coatri tnitttsry wt ry via IIaa p a doric 0rdg pretoe pretoetia pretoctieR P retAc retActies
tieR tia i t t4t MBpUje e and family faaflythroughat familymd familythregbsnt
throughat aa md after aft Me service serviceia
ia the G Gent venua Bfc eraaiay Y where wHeeas whereas whareas
as the 8tltriPt trig t pension provides provideswrty PlWidesOldy pzvidesonly
only far f aidage aidageCe 1a e eCoatdb
Ce C Coatdb atrlbry tri > rct ry plus pia salve retire retirement retirement retireett ¬
ment ett praMem sail places civil eivflservice civilsenice civilservice
service a sa a sore at re efficieat t basis basisBy basisBy uisBy
A Awtaor of f the GIllett BilL BflLOne BilLOne BilLOne
One of octb the most important factors to tobe toibe tobe
be taken mte coaaMoratkm ta an aaal aaalyrfs aaalyr1 atnaly
yrfs y 1 of the retmer j jto a = puss Is tile tileto osat osatto
to the rnnamayn CQ ai a > cope Cnnarnncbound Cores Coresbound
bound to afleept Jhe ie moat eeononrioal esooonoeafform eeononrioalform G vlAl vlAlform
form formThe formThe
The actual eeet of senritleslar aamntie for hack hackservieea 1Mdtservice bockser
service ser iees wader the a eontritoatory frIbotery pIaa planprobaMr pIaawill piaaprbbabls
probaMr will be about IMCM r a yearfor year yearfor 7etartor
for flfty tfq yean which te equivalent w to toan 10an toan
an increase m the Gq OevtiiTimaait + ermmsert pay payroU payron poyroll
ron of a ttttte more than oeellalf one half of
1 per cent centA eeatA seatA
A special committee of the Katioaal KatioaalCivH NatioDtttCivil NationalCivil
Civil Service Reform League has com computed computed cosy ¬
puted statistics showing that the loss lossto sto Icesto
to the Government through tIIrougkDUtlon auperaa auperaaxmattoa st eraa eraanuatfon
xmattoa ia the whole T flaaulad ast service serviceof
of o the Halted States is 1 l a year yearIn rIn yearIn
In the departments ia Washington the theyearly theyearly theyearly
yearly loss throoah auperannuatfoa penuaaua GR ia iagiven IIIBiven kgiven
given as asA asA MM MMA
A straight dvil pension as csatplated contem contemplated COIItemp1ated ¬
plated hi the Gouiden bill will coat the theGoverameot tAeGovenllDeDt theGovveramot
Goverameot at present from UMaMM UMaMMto a ole lo loto
to J16JM 48 a year and will increase inereanefrom lIIcreeBefrom increasefrom
from year to year as the tlaaalOiid e civil civilservice eiYHaen1ce styliservice
service erpand erpandIt ezpndsCant
ct hi C Ctlmpuisen CtlmpuisenIt tpoxisen tpoxisenIt
It should be remembered < ed that all allthings aUthlnp allthings
things are only large se or small by oom cosparloon oompariaon C08IpariMD
pariaon and that even CTMffX 1 a a ator year yearfor yearfor
for fifty years Is a small sum eon oompared QOIRpared eonpared
pared with a permanent annual 11II expeadt expeadtture expegdfture expenditure
ture of SIMMM 1 iilbltlt which virtually exists existsIf existsIi
If no retirement utoitelou 0 be made or orwith orwith orwith
with tbevtrfcight the straJ ht t penoioa expeadlture expeadltureof ture tureor
of o SMJCQivM sLiiB or upward a year forever foreverand foreV foreverand r rand
and forever foreverThese fortwrThese foreverThese
These comparisons should be held heldfirmly held1rmlr heldfirmly
firmly In mind as setting forth the thecost thecost thecosts
costs cost a most material factorUndadybng factor factorUnderlying factortJndwttDg
Underlying the socatted contributory contributoryplan contributoryplan 1 1p1an
plan for the retirement of superannu soperanauated superannuated supentDBUated ¬
ated employee in the daaatted civil ser service serice sortice ¬
vice ice are four fundamental principles principlesThese pdBeIpITheae prtadpleaThese
These four basic piiuclpleo plainly plainlystated pIaIBIyMated plainlystated
stated Mated are areFirst areFintn areFirst
First Fintn First The funds necessary for the thepayment Utepayment thepayment
payment of amndtles on services servicesrendered senicerendered servicesrendered
rendered after the adoption of the theplan theplan theplan
plan should b be aopptted obi by the em employes employee amp ¬
ployes p yes UK thesaeelva iiinelvsia without expense expenseto
to the Government other than pos possibly possibly possibly ¬
sibly the payment t by the Govern Government Govemment Government ¬
ment of a reasonable rate of inter intorymeat mtE1rt interet
E1rt et 011 tile nroaey held by y it aDd the tlt6paymeat thepayment
payment ymeat of salaries to the derkalforce clerical clericalfcad 1foree
force required to keep Ute accounts aCCMlRtSDd accountsfhlnnd
fcad dtetrfbote d the funds fundsXadi tuDdsch rindseach
Xadi each ch Sh SINMII aM Provide e Annuity AaaiiityEecoad AnnuitySecond Amn ty tyco
Second dE Eiek Eaeh employe sfaonld sot sotaside Mtaside setaside
aside O the smooat t neeeaeary to create createhis cetehl5 createhle
his own annuity without regard to toCoatmned WCcNdla1led toContinued
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I To Head Committee I i
fbio rh bu u L lif H riAm rri 4b Ewtng EwlngJOHN EwtngJOHN EwtngJOHN
I II ITaft I
Taft Decides on Massachusetts Massachu Massachusetts Massachusetts ¬
setts Representative R resentative to toLead mLead toLead
Lead Fight FightJohn FightJolrn
John TS w Wset W eksof MaaeoehoeeCta te tetiOfMl Iato
4 1te the pant chairsea 0 die Bepui Bepuihen j
hen aatNeal tiOfMl oaunuHlee M aeconMn g u uwfomnttton 1ID toInformation
wfomnttton reeeived from r those dose doe to tothe tetile tothe I
the President PresidentIt Pre Wt WtIt
It developed today that the Bay State StateBepreeentattvB State2tewesentuive 1 1B
BepreeentattvB B tIYe was the choice of the thePreaMeat thePresident
President Pre aa Poatmastee PV Aaetr aster General eaI Hitch Hitchcods Hitchcoefs i iCOCl
cods succeaaor at the partys helm helmparty bel belaJMI helmsad
sad there k DO gnastioe Nt that the tbaPre thePresidents
Pre wish wNJ JIIftaII In t 8OIJIanaM a at
OIJIanaM t oC oCIe tb non cbakrnaa cbakrnaalot
Ie JIf I aarai kr the bsdsth c cpArty this thisparty
party here to have a tpecau meatmiroc meatmirocthis 111 nrelofndrn e l ot otB
ndrn B 1r Wl 1lNcah Y v t + I JIlt JIltthis ikthis
this cfey ettreuty salty te Janmaf Janrai lhF at attiIDe which whichtime whichtime
time a new i national do iat ehaJrttan wflihe wflihechosen wilt be beHe bechose
chosen chosenwork He wilt at once take tap tapwo1t Uin Uinwork
work of former Governor Bill of Main dIaewIt8 Mainwho Malnticommitcee
who be been octIa ehainDa Oil tM tMbe thecommittee
committee be fur several months monthsFriead JDOttdNJFrlead monthsFriend
Friend and Sapperter SapperterMr
Mr Weeks is one of the Presidents Proaidearsctoseet PreMdelltsdosest Presidentsclosest
closest friends i and ablest supporters m mthe jathe Inthe
the Ilowse He is chairman c D of ti the tbeeomODIttee theCosaalttee e eComatfttee
Comatfttee on PoetoSOcts PearofZices Bcl BclII4t i ad d Poatxeadc Poetraaeand Poatxeadcaad
and led the ft flgbt ht t for the adoption of otpo thepostal the thepostal
postal savings Tlngs bank bill in the last Con Congress C CgrfS5 Congress ¬
gress His aplondid work in this tbl con conaectJoa 0IMiJtEICtJo ceaaecdoa
aectJoa strongly hnaressed the Pre Preaident Preeldent l ldeBt
dent who at once marked him far WR bigger WRJust bItgar
gar thingsJudd thiRD thiRDJust
Just sow too Mr Weeks Is bek bektalked HkIg HkIgtaIked belagtalked
talked of as the most likely RugiibHenn RugiibHennto RA III f ft
to swoceed Senator Loose in ea ease the thepreeeat tINres lirepreeeet
preeeat res Dt Senator fails of reelection ra IioB It Itis ItIs Itis
is said that Senator SeIItorCrane Crane is > aopportteg aopporttegMr 1IIIIPJeItiJ
Mr Weeks as a second Choice and If IfLedge ItLedS8 ifLedge
Ledge is not nominated on the flrat flrator III8tor Oretor
or second ballot bDoi the or organization will wOIcast willcast wilcast
cast its votes to WeeksHitchcocks Weeks i iHitchcocks
Hitchcocks Hitch < ock7s Plans PlansPoebnster PlansPostmaster J L LPostmaster
Postmaster General HKobcook has reiused refused re related ¬
fused to continue as bead of the Re Repvbllcaa Re ReMI Republican
publican MI national committee oomnn ttee He has hastold 1Iastold liestold
told the President that he moat either eitherbo eItIIerb eitherbe
bo Postmaster P ir General or chairman and aadthat adthat andthat
that he cannot sttbceeeCutty JRibcee be both at atthe tthe atthe
the same time The President there therefore t therefore e etore ¬
fore has decided that it Is more mor im important ImjJGrtaDt important ¬
portant that biB Postmaster tIIIa8t < General Geoeralran
run his Government venament Job JobThere jobTAere jobThere
There was some talk recently that thatformer thtrormer thatformer
former Senator tor Ho Hemenway seaway of Indiana Indianawould IIKHBDawould Indianawould
would be the Presidents choice as Mr MrHitchcocks MrHltcbcocks MrHitcbcock
Hitchcocks s successor s sceseor esiJor at the head of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the committee Then It was reflected reflectedthat reAectedthat reOectedthat
that i Mr r Hetneaway HemeB has been uare uareleatiag 1ID1eJentlng unrebenting
leatiag in his oppostUon to the progres progressives KOjIeslves progressives ¬
sives and insurgAnts ia his party He Heregards Heregards Heregards
regards them as party traitors and will wiltnet willnet willnet
net fraternize politically with the way wayward W1Iywant wayward ¬
ward ones
Seek Unity UniityThis U UnityThis ty tyTb18
This influenced the President to eiimtnate etttai etttainate IImtnate
nate the former Senator from fr considerax coa cooaIdera cooaIderatkm dera deratdon
tdon as bead of the comanttee Just Justnow JUst JUstnow Justnow
now it is the strongest t hope of the Pros ProsMeat PTOBideat PxeIdent
Meat that he may once more unH the UteeUone thefactions thefactions
factions of his party He wants an alleIe alleIementa ete e18ments etemeats
meats inuTchlns vader a single baaner baanerwhen 1Mmnerwheathe banirerwhoa
when wheathe the fight for election of the n next nextPresident nextPresident xt xtPresident
President begins beginsIt beginsIt
It would not do therefore he reoogsized reoog recognized reoogJIbed ¬
JIbed to elevate a leader to the chair chairnmnship chair1mUISldp chairmanship
nmnship of the national commttte Who WhoWOUld whowould virkowould
would instinctively arouse antagonism antagonismthe K KOR
OR the t e p of tbq very people when whenthe wbonIthe
the President is trying to bring Dringinto bade badeinto backinto
into the party partyMr fold foldMr foldMr
Mr Weeks is recognized by the Patel Pateldent President PlftIIdeBt ¬
dent as a man of rare tact and exceHeat exceHeatbusiness excelleRtHsllHIM excefl exceflbusiness
business Judgment t Such a man be beRelieves beis leeelieves
Relieves elieves is aeceaaary nec arr as the pompsleader partyaj partyajleader lartT lartT1eadE
leader > r lust at this thtsU time and unless unlessthere unlessthere s stftele
there are unforeseen developments dM ntB theMe the theMapeachneetta tJMY
Me Mapeachneetta Y usettn Coasreasraaa will be the thePresMents thePrestdeBts thePresidents
Presidents choice for the chairmanship cbairmanahipWoman cbeJrma1WblpWoman chairmanshipWoman
Woman Is Appointed AppointedHospital AppointedHospital AppointedHospital
Hospital Staff QuitsLANCASTER Quits QuitsLANCASTER QuitsLA
LANCASTER LA CASTER Pa PaL Dec De JITJM St The ap appointment appotntmeDt apIwtntment ¬
pointment of a woman physician npatbologist ae aepcttbolostet apMJaolo1st
pcttbolostet at St St Josephs Hospital Hospitalhere HospitallIere Hospitalhere
here today resulted la the resigns resignation reeIgJuLtion resignslion ¬
tion of the eatire tire a medical ed4cal staff of ofthat tUJat ofthat
that > institution institutionBy estt esttBy
By the action of the physfdaas Ds thehe6pttal the thehospital theh1ta1
hospital loses Dr Joha L L Atlee one onei 08erta onecd
i cd < rf the best known surgeons in the theState theYale theState
State rta rta1HIt StateYale
1 Yale Dramatic Club Columbia Theater TheaterrTMBorrow TheaterWDearoW TheaterTomorrow
Tomorrow WDearoW 2li 1fi boor ee tickets i incorrect 1ncorreetAdvt incorrectAdvt
I Advt
Present Owners Oyners of RightsExpected Rights RightsExpected RightsExpected
Expected to Demand DemandFancy DemandFancy DemandFancy
Fancy PricesBIG Prices PricesBIG PricesBIG
Project If Carried Out Would Wo d Be BeOne BeOne BeOne
One of WorldWideNote WorldWide WorldWideNote WorldWideNote
The peat p 8t Cereal C moral BTIeetrle JaaetrJeCII JaaetrJeCIIaccoall > ilstieaccoumoed Caaiimnr Caaiimnraccoomted
accoomted the largest stoxfe uafOnt ua osatstitisent t mUUi mUUint >
fOnt nt or the llar Ded EIsentdeal trie ai trwat agates C which whichthe wIIdathe wigdrthe
the Department Dt l I Tl t of Justice to p J lepMIag lepMIaga > mortal mortala
a prosecution is one 1It f the powett pswethwhich powettwhich pew pewwhich
which will have to to be fought before Gee the theGreat ta taGreat tbeGr
Gr Great tt Falls of the Potomac van sah be beharneaced heharnessed
harnessed h to provide light tt tot and pose aowaor JIOW JIOWfor posefor
for or W Washington WashingtonThis
This statement 3tt teas mane eoIIk41 today tomap hy yin yinomelet lut lutofficial
official who Is concerned ClDC CAtIII with the tlteee tlteeeUMI en eni eaginertag
i KJaaerias sad legal plans for the bg bgproject btgJtfOJect bigproject
project He expressed the opinion afterease attar attaraome aftalJIve
ease investigation lJIve or the tMeGlKemM hrtereata hrtereataconcerned iatereaeoaeerned
concerned with the engta + ertag ertaglegal aDd aDdIepI andkcal <
legal plans for the big project He ex expreaoed ftpn oxpressed
pressed the opinion ftIoII after some investi investigation laveatl laveatlgstin ¬
gation of the interests inter concerned ecL that thatone tIaator thatone
one of the biggest waterpower fights iishisever
i ever known kilo In Uw country Weald be boprecis bepreciphted
precis pledphaft4 preciphtedtaoa1ng hated hatedseat
taoa1ng apeota or the went e pre prefIIt prosent
seat dKncultlea which If sormoanted sormoantedwin IRIIIIIOUAteliwill surmountedwill
will make the project one of national nationaland aatloD1aII4 nationaland
and even world note But before these thesecan thqcC8II theseeau
can be seriously agadtpsi attack the questions ooeeUoaaof qaesdoDaIeIsaI questionsof
of legal Ic l fate 1IIttrM at t a and ad uirncrthtp moat moatIt JII1gtbeleclded saintbe
be beleclded belecldedIt deddL deddLIt
It te reported repert that the present pr owners ownersof WJMnt ownersof
of interest tn the power are U8to decennfcAd decennfcAdto
to nKJte me xe the Govermnest par a fancy fancyprice fancyIdee fancyprice
price for it t whUc a rough eothnat of ofthe oftile ofthe
the coat of development devt opment indicates that thatmore Uaatere thatmore
more IBM tt 2 M 09 1 will be needed to tovet tetile toharness
harness tile fall and transmit t its nt4I nt4I1ICt rod rodact
vet of electrical energy to the city dtrWhether dt7thereto cityWhethe
Whether Whethe therefore toe plan win l be befoond becemmenany beDeed
Deed commercially feasible and profit peoAtabie profitable InAtable ¬
able is considered a close question quaotiaaSince questionSIce tJiJLSiDee
Since early In > n November a f0N4 fore of ofEmm ofeoendIa
fCoIttInued C3ontinued on ens ensSPQDTS eoendIa g gSHOOTS
Leo Fishel Found in HisHome His HisHome HisHome
Home With Bullet Over Overthe Overthe Overthe
the Heart HeartLee
Lee Tfenei tweatyflve tw DtyA e years eZ3 old is ista IsIII isIn
ta a crideal ooodttlon at J5 I neegoaoF rneegenegrBo neegoaoFHoapttal Ig IgBO
Hoapttal Bo ltai s anttering Srteg from from a aet a bullet w Wi IIIMlt weaadover w l lover
over the t e heart Inflicted whoa wIt a reoiver re revolver re reOtftr ¬
volver which he was examining examIBIagWwoR sad sadwhioh andwhisk
whisk WwoR be said was accidentally die dieoberged dteoharged fll8 fll8oIII1ed
oharged this afternoon afternoonnenei alteniOOKFIebeI afternoonPlebet
nenei who te the son of Adolph 3L 3LI N1bel
I whel a millinery importer at 72S 72SSeventh 7Sstreet 3S 3SSeventh
Seventh street northwest was la i Ms Msroom hson hisroom
room on the third floor fIo r of o the family familyhome fmnrhoIae familyborne
home 334 Connecticut avenue when whenthe whenthe IteR IteRtbe
the accident happened happenedShortly happenedSbortIy happenedShortly
Shortly after 1 oclock o clock AdOlph Flsbei Flsbeiheard Ffsbdheard beI beIJteard
heard the report of a pistol He rashoa rashoato rvsheI rvsheIto ru is isto
to t e apj pper > er story where he found hIS hteson hISSOD hisson
son lying on the floor Nearby a was es the therevolver therMOlver therevolver
revolver revolverBlood rMOlverBlood revolverBlood
Blood was flowing from a wound over overthe overthe overthe
the boys heart but he was still con conscious CODThe conseious ¬
scious The elder Fishel called for help helpaad helpaDd hh hhand >
aDd Charles M Gates G tes a carpenter carpenterwas who whowas wbowas
was passing heard him bimDd and summonea su1D1ltODCdthe summoneaI
I the police of the Tenth precinct precinctIn
In the meantime the young man explained ex exp1aIoec1
1 plained to his father that he had been baeaexamining baenxamlntng beenexamining
examining the weapon hen injured injuredHe injuredHe injuredHe
He was hurried to Emergency Hos Hospital HospIta1 Hospital ¬
pital where he was Immediately placed placedi
i OB the operating table the offices of a asurgeon asurgeon asurgeon
surgeon being immediately necessary nece in inthe inthe
1 the opinion of the physicians if the thevoting theYOUBJ theyoung
voting mans life Is to be saved savedY saYedSTORE savedSTORE
Dynamite UsedIn Used In Attempt Attemptto
to Wreak Vengeance VengeanFeon 4 4on
on Italian ItalianDETROIT ItalianDETROIT ItalianDHTROI
DETROIT DETROIT ± Mich Dec 29rA grocery grocerystore grocerystore grocerystore
store was wrecked by two djmamKe djmamKeexpfeeioas d1DDJltellO dpnamlteertp40dons
expfeeioas llO lOBS aDd two houses in the neigh neighborhood neighberieod eigIa1aerIteotI ¬
borhood were damaged today P PBlaCk Hfn HfnBlack a aBlade
Black Handers attempted to wreak wreaktheir wreaktheir wreaktheir
their vengeance eRge Dee on James Mane owner ownerof ownerf ownerof
of the grocery store storeSeveral storeSeveral storeSeveral
Several sticks of dynamite with half halfburned baitbuTne halfburned
burned fuses were found near the ruins ruinsMrs ruiosIrs ruinsMrs
Mrs Juno and her h r baby bab were sleeping sleepingabove sl sleepingabove DS DSaboYe
above the grocery but escaped injury injuryMano Inju InjuDo injuryMane
Mane has been marked ever since he hewas bevJetonous hewas
was victorious in a number of actions actionsagainst actionsapIn actionsugalnst
against his h countrymen countrymenFour countrYmenFour countrymenFour
Four Injured When WhenHurled WhenHurled WhenHurled V
Hurled From Automobile Automobili Automobi1WILKESBARqE AutomobileWILKESBARRE
i WILKESBARRE Pa Doc 29 29Foar 29Four E9Four
Four men were Injured while ante auioTobillng antewobbling
wobbling 1 Ul g today when their machine machinehigh machinejumvoo macMnejumped
jumped over overtabridge a bridge across a oss the Lehigh Le LeJatFh
high Valley VaJleyra railroad roadtracks tracks at Fo FoGriffith PO1 PO1Grimtb Poi PoiGriffith
Griffith seven I1 miles from here Twowere Two TWJWere Twowere
Were fatally hurt and two seriously
i iAnother
Another Held for Trial By Bythe Bythe B Y
the Civil Authors AuthorsFOUND uthoFi uthoFities uthofities
ties tiesFOUND tiesFOUND
Paraphernalia P for Construction of ofMines ofMiles
Mines Were Seized By Bye y yf
t slie e Officials OfficialsMAKH Ofiicialso OfficialsMANH4
f i 0
MAKH kr Dee itOae o One e Japanese e baa baabeen hasbeen
been deyacted a parted as an nijdiintrbla by byoroor Itoil byorder
order of the military anthorltleec se andanother and andanother aDdIUIOtbw
another was toda tI turned over ta the thelocal theJ thelocal
J local authorities for trial ea a chargeI charge c arg
i I of having illegally atored 8 explosives explosivesdin expfcwivesiOUa Ies Ies4tCIWa
din the city Hnfta irdtsThe HnftaThe
I The activity of the avtborittes th ia i nw nwj nmcIow1a
V j nlrg down the latest aUeged Japanese Japanesepia JspaneaphM J Jbaaed
phM eontlmsea unabated baaed Mat a t under nnderorder IEKordc underl
l order tS fiani Or s kiah nrtUtary anthori anthorijtl autboritie
I jtl er s everything poeatbie poMII1IIeIt In conneoti conIbnwith n ni
i with It the movement to rid the e island taad oi of ofaplea o
1 aplea te being cwofaJbr withheld from fromThe fromdte fromthe
the PbJtc PbJtcThe peb pebThe
The Japan deported was dtecovered dtecoveredputting dlemeeredputting red redi
i putting the riaishis frtaHhia teaches w a a cotn cotnpteto esesl
1 pteto 111 trines unit ta the vicinity vtdIIl of ofthe or11he ofthe
11he the naV naval atattonat atOtloa at Otonsape OtonsapeStattwi 1Mt 1Mtf
f Stattwi Carefully Caref fly ly Conceal ConcealThis Cencealeg CencealegTMa
This station was ckUlfvlly concealed concealedat
at a point on the coast which save ga an anovertooklBtT anO9IIIook1Dt anoverlookia
overtooklBtT view of the hie naval Ma Mattea Matins ta taIta
tins one of the li is pat In t Orient 0deDtI OrientIts
Ita dtecovcry TJ oOowe1I follow the catefoi ea = efta searchthat search searchthat sefChtbat
I that was initiated after Japanese wire wireleae wiretat wireloin
loin atatUtoa tat stata In northern Luzon L > ozo were wereuncovered wereuu
uncovered uu ovorea iI some time ago 9 go It was de detoeted 1Ieteet detoted
toted teet wives wIt a passing veaee eesaol picked plekeduaIDt up upan ppas
1 an ontnt otttttttgibk Z11PIa1e HsibI cipher be her r message messageThe meoaasThe JlnswageTate
The apparent eat directioa and RCftstllnMll ttlataneeeetnthMied ttlatanee iitstaaeemud
tstllnMll eetnthMied mud nod oa Foorth PageREBELS Page PageHOnill PageREBELS
First Blow of Revolution RevolutionStruck Re RevolutionStruckMany olution olutionStrvckMany
Struck StrvckMany Many Reported ReportedKilled ReportedKilled eportedKil1ed
Killed Killedi KilledNXW KilledNZW
NXW OXLSAKS Dee atrhe e flrst Arstblow flrstthree rst rstWow
Wow el a r revolution atIoR that may mealy mealythree tYa tYat
three t Central American ropublam r8llUbllesMea has hasbeea hasboon
Mea struck 4a Honduras aooA aoot oJag ag to toprivate toldftt toprivate
private cablegrams received today todayAa tedaJAD todayAn
Aa attack is reported to have been beennuaao beens beenmade
s nuaao upon Tegucigalpa the e capital capitalaad oapttalid capitaland
lid many are reported killed in the theashtlag thefighting theOghting
fighting between President Pret DavUas sol soldiers seIdiscs eI eItUen ¬
discs and the revolutionists revolutionistsTbe reYOlu onlts onltsTba
The two other republics which w1 eh may maybecome mayoeco maybecome
become te involved are Nicaragua and aadOoatemala andGutemla andGuatemala
Guatemala the former because the thelarger thelarger thelarger
larger part of the revolutionary armywas army armywas armywas
was marshaled upon its territory andthe and andthe andtbe
the latter because the government Is accused ac accused ac accused ¬
cused by Davfia of allowing a owlng overtures overturesfor oerturosfor overturesror
for a port which of entry for the e filibuster filibusterHornet filibusterHornet filibusterHornet
Hornet which sailed sailedl from this citysome dty dtysome dty8O
some time ago agoThe agoTIle agoThe
The present revolutionary army which whichis
is In the Odd is reported to be well welldrilled welldrilled welldrilled
drilled aDd armed armedLee armedLee armedLee
Lee Christmas the American Am ricn soldier soldierof
of fortune gad 1d exPresident exPr kIent Benilla ofHonduras of ofHonduras orHonduras
Honduras are reported to be in the field neldat fieldAt fieldat
at the head of the rebel I forces They Theyare Theyare Theyare
are said t0 t be well equipped with ma machine mAchine machine ¬
chine mine smnsDavila 1InsravUa minesvgs
svgs is reported to have issued deathwarrants death deathwarrants deathwarrants
warrants against both Christmas and aadBon DdBonflla andBonilla
Bon Bonflla BonfllaPuerto BonillaPuerto la laPuerto
Puerto Cortez in PanicAwaits Panic PanicAwaits PanicAvaits
Awaits Hornets Stin StinFUKRTO Sting StingPtRTO StingPLFRTO d
FUKRTO CORTEZ Honduras Dec 29 29Aa 39An 9 9An
An armed ship believed to be the fili filibuster filibuster illbuster ¬
buster Hornet which sailed Sl ledWlth with arms armsand nnnsand armsand
and ammunittien for the Honduras rev revoiutiOBteta revolutionists revolutionists
olutionists has been sighted off Mane Manebique Manabloae Ianablque
bloae Guatemala according to a report reportreftchiatr reportre reportreacbfine
reftchiatr re hero today todayThis tocJaVTld todayThis
This Tld city is in a state of terror as an anattack a1a anttack
a attack is expected momentarily fromthe from fromthe tromthe
the rebels There are about 5 50i u DavilatroOCS Davila Davilatroops Davtlatr
troops tr in intrenchments about the city cityt cltJ11rt citytut
t 11rt t according to toreports reports from New Or Orleans Or OrJeans OrIcons ¬
leans the Hornet carries carries a number of ofbisr ofgens ofbig
big gens capable of demolishing ernoiksh g the theplace theplace t e eplace
place placeBusiness placeBuqlm placeBusiness
Business > ss is at a standstill and many manyresidents manyre manyresidents
residents re have ha tied tiedThr edTm tiedThf
Thr Thf Honduran uraR gunboat Tatumbla Tatumblawhk Tatumb14wkk i iwish
wish has as bran b n cleared for action sincethe since sincethe sincethe
the Hornet left New Orleans bearing bearin a amttmsteriaK aftll atitbustedng
mttmsteriaK ftll terl expedition bent on the theoverthrow theoTerthTUW theoverthrow
overthrow of the Davila government to today to today today ¬
day steamed from the harbor to seek seekthe seekthe seekthe
the Hornet and give e battle battleThe battleThe battleThe
The Hornet was reported this morning morningto
to be off the coast of Gautemala GautemalaEarthquake GautemalaEarthquake GautenralaEarthquake
Earthquake in GreeceDoes Greece GreeceDoes GreeceDoes
Does Much Damage DamageAIllENS DamageAl1ENS DamageA
AIllENS A taENS Greece Dee 39 almmense almmensedamfe 3LImmelrsedamage Immense Immensedamage
damage to pr property jtecti with wlt4 withzrobahie withzrobahieloss nobable nobabletoss iObable10ss
toss of life has been oeeaSfoned in inthe inUte inthe
the province of Ells by 11 continuousearthquake continuous continuoussartbCEvake continuouseartlaq8ke
earthquake shocks sboekTiae shoeksThe shocksbeen
The mO movements I1 nts of the earth ave avelb ltevebeen
been n unusually severe hundreds of ofhouses orhouses ofhouses
houses and stores having been beenthrows beenthro9nl beenthrown
lb throws to the ground There Is great greatpanic greatpat
panic in the province and much mu b suf suffering1 suffering suffering ¬
fering Troops win be dIspatched dispatchedtoaid to toaid
aid of the people
Who Bs 5 Assumed Personal P Command C d of niSearch the Search far Japanese Japan e Und Unfleairales Undeox
airales ox in Manila ni
Llewellyn Llewell Y Yto n Milter Jr J r rJr Seeks Seeksto Seeks5to
to Escape Troubles B By ByEnding ByEnding Y YEnding
Ending Life LifeMade Lif LifMade el
1 Made desperate d by 7 the persistent t de dei 41e 41etnIUIIIs demands
i maads of loan shacks Into whoso Whoseelatohes eehltGlles whosoetatohes
etatohes he bad fallen fattenlor Liewefiya Mft Mftlor Jlor
lor jr twentytwo tw two years oh old tried trWcad to iocad toend
cad his life this lag by haK Jllllallag JllllallaglUuml hiringilhstnlriadng g glltemlaattag
lltemlaattag lUuml atlog gas in th tb baAhroom on thesecond the thesecond bsecend
second floor of ate homo 42 fI 1 Second Secondstreet Secoadstreet Secondstreet
street northeastLlewellyn northeast northeastLlewellyn st stLleweUJJI
Llewellyn Miller the father r who is iscupenler a acarpenter acarpenter
carpenter noticed the odor dor of gas gMwIdc gMwIdcwas which whichwas wftickwas
was escaping es from UDder the bathroom bathreeavdoor bathroomdoor lB lBdoor
door Opening the door he found fouDdhis fouDdhisSOIl his bisson hisson
son fully dressed lying oa the floor flooralmost eoraJmost leeraltnost
almost vaconsdous The gas apparently apparentlyhad 81IPU811 81IPU811had appereuhad
had only been turned turn on a ttttle while whileand whilea1d whileand
and at the Casualty Hospital 1I whereMiller where whereMiller wJi ce cemrw
Miller was takes in aa ambulance laDee it itwas itwas itwas
was said that MB coaditioa was net at atail ataU atall
ail seriou
seriouLeaves Leaves Note IfoteFasteaed NoteFase NoteFastened
Fastened ed to a pin wbbba oosbaMi ia the thebathroom thebat1trOOlR thebathroom
bathroom was a note JNKewby njhich explained explainedwhy eocpHnlnodwhy
why the young aria ad found fe nd life aburden a aburden aburden
burden burdenWhen burdenWhen
When en you read this I wIll toe gone gooeIt goneIt goneIt
It stated I am tired of the t e railroad railroadoffice rllr railroadoffice ad ado1ice
office tirod of paying all I make to the theloan theJoan theloan
loan offices tired of continual nightwork night nightwork J ght ghtwork
work Goodby LBehind L LBehind LBehlnd
Behind the attempted suicide lies the theold theod theold
old story of a young mILD on a small smallsalary smallsalary
salary falling into the hands of thelilpercenters the theTOpercenters the1percenters
TOpercenters who It was asserted assertedhad ae ertedhad assertedhad
had been hounding asm for mosey for forsome tOlsome forsome
some time Miller Is employed as asnight a aaight anight
night cleric in the freight offices of theWashington the theWashington theW
Washington W 1Iington Terminal Company He Is Isnamarried is1IDmerrled isunmarried
unmarried and makes his home with withhis withJlIs withhis
his father ft er and mother at the Second Seoondstreet Secondstreet Jend Jendstreet
street house
Made Sick SfckThe SickThe SickThe
The re boy was actually made cle sill bythe by bythe bythe
the persistent pestering og of e these loan loansharks Soanshark bansharks
sharks said Mr 1 tr Miller He bad not notbeen noten notbeen
been en able to Jb K to work for several severaldays severalI era1 era1I
I days He was worried and seemed seemedao seemedaodespOIld so sodespondent sodespondent
despondent despOIld t that I was not surprised surprisedwhen sirprisedwhen sairpdsedwhen
when I found him in the bathroom with withthe withthe withthe
the ras t as turned on onA onA onA
A gas tube attached to a a small heaterhad heater heaterhad 1teaterbad
had been n disconnected and the end was wasdangling wasdan wasdangling
dangling dan lIn hv his head when I opened openedthe openedtbc openedthe
the door The gas was turned on full fall4mt fullbut fullant
but I do not know avow whether he had bad hadthe badthp badthe
the tube ube In his ra muth muthAt innuthAt ath athAt
At the hospital younsr tor 1KiD n Miller declined declinedto
to talk about his unsuccessful attempt attemptto
to end his life He said he wanted todie to todie todie
die die and asked the doctors to leave etweo aim 1mwont himalone aimalone
alonePriest alone alonePriest wontPriest
Priest Serves Poison PoisonInstead PoisonInstead PoisonInstead
Instead of Wine Wine 3 Die DieST
ST PETERSBURG Dec S tBy By soot accident aceldent sootdent ¬
dent a priest in the Lutheran church in inthe Inthe inthe
the Feterhof district ailed the cotrerawn cotrerawnlon eoRHDtm eoRHDtmIon oomniaenlon
lon cup with suipnttrated 5Ulm chromate e in instead Intcad Instead ¬
stead oC wine wineAs wineAs wineAs
As a result three t ree of the ctenmi eOMnmuncants eOMnmuncantsdied un cantsr cantsrdied
died today ay and more moretIta than a score are arela ae1u arein
la a serious condition conditionff
Ba Baroness oness Hengeanuller Henge uller Suf Suffering Suffe Sufferfng ¬
fering fe ng From Appendicitis AppendicitisAt AppendicitisAtAustri
At AtAustri Austrian n Embassy EmbassyBaroness Emb ssy ssyBlonees
Baroness HengeteraUer wife of the theaartiogsador thea theaahbassador
a aartiogsador dor rem AustrfaHansary AVSUfaH1m Rr3 is iscrttlcaOy isGriUcRy Isarkfcafly
crttlcaOy ill from appeadtcitis s at the theAastrian theAastrtan theAnstrin
Aastrian embassy in tats city dtySo citySo citySo
So serious M S te the rather r ther sadden attack attackthat attacktlI attackthat
that endingphysicians attendlng art are undecided undecidedwhether undecidedwhether eoded eodedwtether
whether her conditoa is s such oh that she shecan sheean shecan
can s stand nd an anoperaUoD operation On the other otherhand otherhand
hand it is feared that the baroness baronesschances baronesscbDcoS baronesschances
chances cbDcoS for recovery nem be just as assmall as8IDU asameR
small if ltno no operation be performed performedlBQ performedlDquIzy performedInQutry
lDquIzy lBQ lry at the Austrian embassy this thisafternoon thisatternoon thisafternoon
afternoon confirmed the report that the thebaroness thebaron66 thebaroness
baroness is in a critical condition C and andthat andt andthat
that her or husband and members of the theDiplomatic theDiplomatic theDiplomatic
Diplomatic Corps in general are greatlyIarmed greatly greatlyalarmed ITeaUyalarmed
alarmedThe alarmed alarmedThe IarmedThe
The baroness is under the care of ofI ofDr ofDr
I Dr F Fremont Smith Other O her physi physicians phyalclans pIWstces ¬
clans were called in for consultation to totfay toGay o oy
Gay y by Dr Smith when the critical crtt al na nature nat1lre nature ¬
ture of the illness of the baroness became be became be beeame ¬
came apparent apparentThe apparentTh apparentThe
The Th baroness b roness returned from a visit to toNew toNew toNew
New York only recently ntly and had been beenenjoying beenonjGying beenenjoying
enjoying the best of health until untilstricken unUlstrlcken untilstricken
stricken She had been especially esp clally active activeIn
In society during the present season seasonAPI SeI5OnBACK seasonBALTIMORE
Youths y ou hs Who Came Sight Sightseeing Sightseeing Si ht htseeing ¬
seeing Resent Police In Interference Interference Interference ¬
terference With Trip TripTwo
Two young BalttmoreansjBenjamir BalttmoreansjBenjamirApplefeM Balttmo BaltimoreansBenjamiApplefeld Benjamin BenjaminAppleed n
ApplefeM twelve twel e years Y r3 old and Samuel SamueBetz SamuelBet SamuelBetz
Betz tlirteenwho thirteen who ran away from theinative their theiinative theiraatfve
native city because b e they believed every everygood eVCIJOO4 everygood
good and patriotic citizen of the Unit UnitStates United UnitedStates UDltedStates
States States should see the sights of the theCapital theCpltal th thCapital e
Capital of the Nation but whose plans planswere plansWere la planswere
were rudely Interrupted by the inter intervention intervention intervention ¬
vention of the police were sent home homethis homethis homafternoon
this afternoon afternoonThey a rnoon rnoonThey
They act just like we couldnt take takecare takecare tak takcare e
care of ourselves remarked young youngBetz JooungBet youn younBetz
Betz at at the House of Detention Detenti n Sayme Say Sayme Sayme
me and my buddy we dont need no nccaps noeeps noceps
caps to look meter after sous us We HVA Uv between betweenSouth betwoSouth etWec1DSouth n
South Baltimore Bald and so East Baittmoreand Baltimore Baltimoreaad BatUmoreand
and any kid that can take care of him himself himselt himself ¬
self there can get along In Washlngton WashlngtonTou Wash WashtnonYou Ington IngtonYou
You can take It from me thats thatsstraight thats8traJght hats hatsstraight
straight straightAppiefeid
Appiefeid lives at 53S South Caroline Carolinestreet Carotlnestreet Carolinstreet
street while Betas parents reside at atSI atit a abl L
SI South Caroline street Telegrams Telegramswere Tetegramswere ms
were sent to the parents of o both boys boysaad boysand boysand
and this afternoon sixteeiiyearol sixteeiiyearolHoward mrt slxtez lyearold lyearoldH tyearelHoward d
Howard H J Apptefeld arrived arrlv in Washing Washington
ton to look after his Brother and jxmnj jxmnjSets toun tounBeta 1CungjetL
Disaster DisasterAS Takes Place In InGiant InGiant
Giant Ice Plant At Pitts Plusfield Pittsfield
field MassTEN Mass MassTEN
No Gauges oa Apparatus andOfficial and andOfficial andOfficial
Official Investigation May MayBe Mayi MayBe
i Be Made MadePittsfield MadeI MadePittsf MadeFtfts
Ftfts Pittsfield Pittsf el Horror Tol Totti in inBrief inBrief inBrief
Brief BriefFourteen BriefFourteen BriefFourteen
Fourteen men killed and more than fhpnscore nscore thanscore
score injured in boRer explosionWives ex explosion explosionWIves osion osionWives
Wives and children fight to recover recoverbodies recoverbodies ver verbodies
bodies from mass of debrisCries debris debrisCries debrisCries
Cries of imprisoned impris ned workers heard heardby heardby i iby
by rescuersForce rescuers rescuersj
j Force of explosion lifts big build bufldt building buildlag
t ing far inte air sirPITTSFIELD airPITTSFIELD
PITTSFIELD Mass aoss Dec 2 HFoer HFoerteen 29Poorteen Foor Foorteen
teen men were killed and mere than a ascore ascore ascore
score iujtzred by the exptos explosion oa o ot a aboiier aoUer aboiler
boiler In the 3Corewood Lake lee Com Coavznys ComxoanYs Cotapan
vznys pan s plant one and oaehni Ofte tl milesoutside miles rolSffloutside mUesoutside
outside of this city dty1I today todayTne 8yTne todayTne
Tne knows dead areWILLIAM are areEDGAR areWILLIAX
WILLIAM DUNN engineer enrmeerEDGAR engineerEDGAR
EDGAR AI ALLEN > LJJN flreoaa flreoaaJOHN ikdensnJOHN eatUL eatULJOHN
JOHN RAYMOND RAnl D amnloye evsplopeidARTIN amnloyeiVlARTIN emplQeIolARTIN
iVlARTIN SMITH employe employeLEO empIoJJeLEO onplepeLEO
LEO DERMAKTZ D PMANTL eanpio4 eanpio4Eight emplyjElgbt espieyEight
Eight ttxadentiaed tt ed bodies at scene of ofexploaioB eci ofexplosion
i explosion expiostoDi
i Names Nam < Not on ReHs ReHsOwinff ReHsOdng ReissOwing
Owing te the foot at that the tilestarted company oempvaystarted companystarted
started to harvest ice this AocBfegv mez dIe tftethe dIenames thenames
names e many et the espes esar are not JIetOR noton
OR the books and they eaaeot eDI1etbe eDI1etbeidentUled be heidenWled beidenOMed
idenOMed anti BBtIIoeno relatives reaohjfe reaohjfeTraotioaMy rrrrsil rrrrsilsoene
oeno oenor TraotioaMy r the eotte eotIR left wag of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Immense plant was dontaMahed It Itwas Itwas Itwas
was here that the boiler exploded explodedAll ed edAJI
All of the Injured were rushed to the theHouse iheHouse theHouse
House of Mercy Hospital ia tMecfey tMecfeyIn tW du duIn cityIn
In wagons and automobiles At the thehoepital thehoepitat thehospital
hospital It was stated that probably ten tenof tenof tenof
of the Injured wjuld die dieTwo tieTwo dieTwo
Two hundred me men had resorted for forwork lerk fornvrk
work k at chopping pplDg aDd storing tee forthe for forthe forthe
the company Engineer Dunn Dumawe was w get gettins gettbtg getting
tins Up steam in the big Mhorsepower dlhoraopewerboiler 4IbenJepeweboiler < MhorsepowerboMer
boiler and practically aU of the men menwere wenwere n nwere
were in the engine room getting waran waranfor wanIlfor wazurfor
for the weather outside outsid e was wa s cold 1y 1yu 3 Ma nny nnyof
of u them were close to the boiler Dan Dumtbad Danhad Dunnhad
had just stopped stirring the Ares when whentbe whenthe whenthe
the boiler bG er burstSoar burst IxirstSoar burstSoar
Soar Like Rocket Sockettea RocketThe RocketThe
The engine roemB lmm imnesne Clse barn Mrnwd barnwad
wd lifted tea sKyward and with it l the theboiler Uteboiler theboiler
boiler They soared upward like arocket a arocket arocket
rocket and the building fell U acrjader acrjaderand acuJlderand aonuderand
and dropped with a a dee iDg orash orashTliosa orashThnse crashThose
Those who saw the dlseter tea4 r saidafterward said saidafterward saidaterw
afterward aterw rd that the baiidia 1MtlIdiagsPr8ad 1MtlIdiagsPr8adout building spread saaAout spreadout
out Jlke a it hie ge fan Many of the thedead thedead thedead
dead wore mangled almost beyond beyondrecognition beyoadrecognltloK oId oIdrecognition
recognition aDd every one had arias ariasor armsor arsesor
or legs missing missingProbably missingProbably ralsstagProbably
Probably thirty were injured al although although although ¬
though some of them th were able to towalk towalk towalk
walk to their tomes t me3 The entire po police 10lice police ¬
lice and fire departments and everydoctor every everydoctor eeQdoctor
doctor in Pittsfixad d hastened to the thescene thescene thescene
scene of the disaster All of the am ambulances ambu1ances ambulances ¬
bulances were driven at top speed ed toconvey to toconvey toconey
convey the injured to hospitals hospitalsTha hesplta1sThe heeptialaThe
The majority of u Ute e injured were werescalded Wr8scalded werescalded
scalded by escaping steam at atColt Coroaer CoroaerColt CaroaecColt
Colt was on the scene shortly afterthe after aft r rthe r rthe
the accident and an i started aa iavestiga investigation iavestigatlon ja1y ja1ytion
tion It was reported that informa information iat information ma mation ¬
tion would be turned over to District DistrictAttorney DIstrictAttorney DistrictAttorney
Attorney Taft Tat of Springfield which whichmight walchmight whichmight
might lead to an official iavesdgatloB iavesdgatloB3To
No Gauges on BoilerMany Boiler BoilerMany EonerMany
Many of those killed were foreign foreigners ¬
ers There were no gauges oa the theboiler thuboUer theboiler
boiler and Engineer Dunn was com compelled cempelled cenipeiled ¬
pelled to estimate the amount t oi t wa water Water water ¬
ter and steam steamIt steamIt steamIt
It Is believed that in the absence ofgauges of ofgauges otgau
gauges gau the engineer allowed the boil Boller boiler boiler ¬
er to accumulate too much pressureThe pressure pressureTne preesureThe
The body of Dunn was buriedthrough hurled hurledthrough 1WrJedthrough
through the side Ide of the budding bU and andhis anhIs andhis
his arms and legs were blown off offScores ofScores offScores
Scores of people from the town andsurrounding and andsurrounding andsurrounding
surrounding country terrified by theforce the theforce theorCi
force orCi of the explosion swarmed to thescene the thescene th thscene
scene of the calamity Wives aad chil children oklldren okildren ¬
dren of the dead men mi n who were almost almostcrazed alesostcrazed aJG10stcrazed
crazed by grief fought to get tae bodiesfrom bodies bodiesfrom botI1esfrom
from the th debris debrisSurvivors debrisSurvivors debrisSurvivors
Survivors of the disaster tell barrow barrowing an8wiDg
ing stories One wounded man said be beras heuas bewas
was at work in the storage plant when whena
a noise like the firing of a battery ofartillery of ofartillery orartH1ery
artillery sounded in his ears e and he hewas h hwas hewas
was hurled against t the wall as though thoughthrown thoughthrown
thrown by a giant t hand handThen mMLThen handThen
Then begaa a win of wreckage ho hosaid hosaid hesaid
said which covered COT everything eW An Anarmy Anarmy n narmy
army of wprku vprkmen en set to work removing removingthe rDC rDCthe
the wreckage that covered the bodies bodiesof DotIIesof
of the dead and wounded Cries could eoaidbe eoGldbe couldbe
be heard from beneath the debris which whichshored whichshewed
shored that sans some of tiroes tLoAstfIr mi J = 2 + rfsoned rfsonedstjjll
still lived livedFlames livedF1ames
Flames F1ames at Annapolis AnnapolisBurn AnnapolisBurn AnnapolisBurnBusiness
Burn BurnBusiness Business Houses HousesANNAPOLIS HousesAPOLIS HousesANNAPOLIS
ANNAPOLIS APOLIS MiDec Me Yl Dec 3 sSWen sSWenbusiness 9lk Several Severalbusiness
business houses were partial destroyed destroyedby e5tr8 e5tr8by
by fire today entailing e taiUag a lose of erThe 9MMi 9MMiThe dAR dARThe
The fire believed to h hf ve beau of f mcondlary JD JDcendlary m
condlary origin stated in a va d it itbuilding itbuilding t tbuilding
building and spread to buildings ocou ocoupled o opled
pled by a plumbing concern ana an a aocery a aocer agrocer
grocer grocerw ocery
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