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The house of Representatives Reps eatattve to jves is a tie tteon tieon tiea
on tb tM mesOen of ship sabddyThat subsidy subsidyThat
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cratt aeate who have rave bees trytmgr te tefig mfigs
fig figs r the exact ali7JuBeBt al Bateat of forces forcesTher feroeSTb9Y forcesThey
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the figure made today may be erroneous errone erroneous erroneOUS ¬
ous tomorraw As the House is sup supposed HIPposed sepposed ¬
posed te stead now however if every everymember Warymember everymember
member aheuld be in his place and vote votethere veteth Setethere
there th weald be ODe majority me jorlty against the themeasure thee themeeaure
measure e without t the v vXe ate te of Speaker SpeakerCaaaoa SpeakerCmaoII SpeakerCanna
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be voted 1er the DIll there WMIId be bel ben
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gress s at thIs taaalou The pewerfal hi hiterests Itttere Mtereets
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V beet licks to line lea up all Democrats Democratsa Democratsagiflst emu ntt ntta
agiflst a nst fh the bill but they cant putt ever everRepresentative evertatne everAtatjve
Representative tatne Richmond Faarson Hob Hobsea HoD8IL Hobeea
sea Mr Hob never lets anybody aaybodyels aaybodTeItw anybodycisq
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anything that could control his vote voteaad votad voteand
and if he is the only Democrat Demo Tt to take takeaositfoa take1ft takea
a position te favor of Goveraaaent Gov < DmeDt sue subsmites sueEidies sue sueIes
smites to shipping he will eheerfuily eheerfuilyvote ebeerftllyvote eheerfellyvote
vote alone that t way according 1CCOrdIn to the theadvices theadvice theadvice
advice of the Democratic whips As a amatter 3matter amatter
matter of fact he ae ie act likely to be bequite beqUite bequite
quite alone two or three other Democrats Demo Democrats DeIIIocrats ¬
crats are accounted eltak shaky shakyOn 1iItk71tew y yHaw
Haw Reptl Repnblicaes Ii Stand StandOn Standon
On the Republican RepeWknaide lie the deieetfea deieetfeaof ectieR ectieRof
of insurgents fe a amch uch larger A A een oanstdenLbie een9denLblii eensiderablsmmber
9denLblii siderablsmmber stdenLbie Baaber oC tbera are aremined daMr daMrminedi idrrMned
mined + newecs rietrea aew nevw r to support tfXKt the tbeI eHUlDpbrey
I t Humphrey Humphrey bull bill te aay any form formI foras forasIn roaaIn
In I n b bgtlt > m bjMKfeWUtte B ebb bi op SFocdtii oiiHw ie de determined de detennlnecl deternnined ¬
termined to km the measure at any aaycost aDcost anycost
cost and as the cesoion roust expire by bylimitation byit bylimitation
limitation it is calculated that n fittbuti fittbutiter lflibuater
ter wfll be easy money Ta TM Senate Senateinsurgents Se Senateinsurgeirta te teirnnzrgewtA l
insurgents insurgeirta are getting plans neatly JaW fcUdto JaWto laidto
to us use th tbeIor1lmr the Lorimer report r as a a s buffer bufferwhenever lMI bonerwheOevsc < it I IwltelHlv8r
whenever ibey y want to totallt talk down any anything aayj aayjtl sayttrmg ¬
thing Tber Tay have been gettiae matters mattersorganize ratterso I Ilor
o organize attlaed lor for aHas a fhI n lowp k dtooupaion dlslMI85ion stun OB eathat OBthat 0111 0111that
that report rejior aad anddk oonf t expect to ° allow a avote aote avote
vote ote on it tin wen along ong in the seesioaThey aoooten aoootenThey i iThey
They understand that they will be beat beaten beaten ¬ 11
en and that Lorimer wfll bold ASa seat seatBut eatBut seatBut
But that doesnt disconcert De tb tb8M m ht htthe InLorimer I Ithe
the least They They expect that t tof the Ix Lorimer > rtaer rtaerV I
V vote ole 11111 l write writor the epitaphs of a number numbercf D er
cf Senators who wfll will feel compelled to tovote too tovote
vote to o seat t Lorlmjr and that is isthing JsIt isIt
It jS a2s6 iagir tarlttaooepted tarlttaooeptedthing JDIIt aecepted aeceptedthing
thing for the t c organization Izatloa In the theSenate thesenate i ite
Senate te to have a legislative 1atIve auv e raketalk maketalkalways raketalkalways mahetlkalways
tl isilflfl isilflflauv auvhi hie
always at a band to fill in higaps gape and aadprevent D4preent andprevent
prevent fcjecttoaable nteasureg es bein beinconsiderea being belDgconsidered beingco
prevent considered co sidered But the a insolvents ts have haveTint byeDot haveriot
Tint ot often ort n risen to the a dignity dignityan of such suchan suchan
an equipotent They will have it te tethe batbe Inthe
the Lorimer debate And It te isdentiany coaa coaadeirtfally COBAdentiallT
deirtfally proaivied tv that some of tb tbhottest the thebott thebotte
hottest bott anMf es esQ4 of iUMga YearswiU YearswiUbe Y wilt wiltbe willbe
be turnefl turn 4 loose on the blond blondhead d devote4 devote4htad rs voted votedhead
head of the Illinois mJiloJsDemecrats boss bossDeaecrats boeaDemocrats
Democrats Organizing Fight FightBat FightBut FightSt
St But as to strip subsidy l The Howe BowjeDemocrato HoweDemocnt HomeDemocrats
Democrats are org orgknitshtg abaiur for their 1hefrfight theirfight theirflght
fight Just as seriously i as if there were wereto wereno wereno
no arDee a8 of the Senate aJkIBg it itto Itto
to death Tb They 7 are ors ajatefi Mrliwdth with a aroject aproject
project of iWfe wi ww i hik ck the Republicans Rep JtepabUcans RepUcans
Ucans are alt ai aaEIlbaiocept aaEIlbaioceptTires rJQJ Jgi gmtejgtp t accept acceptThey j jThey
They WD wantf j ji
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i A T a pr pereent > eeiit t disci dtilllt d haiuatory ut1X dory tariff tariffduty 1ariIruty tankduty
duty < uty in ttSStr of god imported te teAmerican iaAmertean isAmerican
American fcSBoros fcSBorosS
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but the sfc eahe Bllb sobrfdy y advocates wW wWnever wmD willnever
never D P agre agref free ships because they theymsist theymsit theyinsist
insist that aaubaidv a subsidy which permitted penaKtedrt permittedShips
sh Ships ips < 0 be hrflt fit broad a woad aDd then re remlsterc1 reJrtr
Jrtr lsterc1 < rt Tc < i in tM United States vrotod 0UICl fall failiro falltj
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shipbuIldinKftedustry < hipbuldln ° iadttatry U8trY Del that isone isoneof fa one oneof oaeof
of the th things they particularly p elady eladyThe waat waatThe waHtThe
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year in subetdie st ldies would add a few fewvessels fewve fewvessels
vessels ve 18 to alit merchant rchDt marine aad aadfew aadfew a afew
few aaxillwrtee to oar naval force but butthe butthe butthe
the same aasonnt a xea ed under er the theT t1IeTemocratic theIiemocrstic
T emocratic > Ifan n would woofa very very sot son add addgood a4icIgood
4 > good shlp away of them espaMe espaMenf
nf t employment Empl as naval auxiliaries auxiliariesPicture audlarlesPicture aurillarlesPictures
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the Harvard observatory today are on onexhibition onxhiblt1oa onexhibition
exhibition ahotograplte taken last lastnight tnight lastnight
night of ta the DeW ta tar recently dlscov discovred dlscovercd dlseoYrcd
ercd red by the Rv He T E Kstta of Wals WalsInphm WaJsl11rl1m WalsEagisad
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of heavenly fiantes te to the constel constellation CODStel1ation eosmteilation ¬
lation LaceR in the northwest DOrtbw section sec seetion section
tion of the sky and half way 7 between betweenthe 1tetweeathf betweenthe
the zenith and the noriaon meson mesonf Prof Pr Sfl Sflward Edwa
ward wa rd C Pideerinjc Pld rba aDd laM hisat s 38td stetaats stetaatsat f taDts
at 8 t Harvard jot g + ot sight of the star test testnight astTlight lastnight
night and made photographs They Theynitude They5aY Theysay
say bat it Ie now Sa 1 its Mgeath nag nagzitude masY
nitude Y tude and Is booing 1o strength strengthFugitive sCreIag1Fugitive strengthFugitive
Fugitive Is Hoodooed HoodooedBy HoodooedBy HoodooedBY
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lurk lurkSomething I J k
duskSomething Something S kS methIJIg J i bound to happen bappelea Av AvIeat AtIeat
Ieat lea t that la be way Frank Maboa eJilooks Mahonlooks
looks at it it Per A r after stabbing Jj John JoJtDI9 JohnI > l a aI
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locked up tara br cell H Be aaya sbination tbftcjai tbftcjaibinatlon tIte M Mbtnatlon
binatlon oCAe i wildcat and andtors casket k fac factory faetory ¬
tory was tawracb tawracbLeave tae eb ebt wsondhLeave
Leave America erlca Out OutIn OutIn Outin
In Gamins N ming Cardinals CardinalsROME Cardi a1s a1sROXE
ROME Dee XL UOn OIy y eight of the therineteen theine theineteen
rineteen ine vacant v seats In the Secred Col CotTPire ColligE College
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fortn fortncoa tog onstetory according to a ariernlotncMK apmto asemic
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c circles toda todacancies The r el elran ve
ran andes lee wl wlwas w1It = 11 11was awras
was as asstgnaB assigu < t 3MCjfcTiKtrrgv ftraroate ftraroateto ° Coals Coalsto 1s 1st
to t I tbe vacant seats Tbe Febraary CDB cotteistoty ca caeistory CDBfistotj
eistory was originally to have ha been heW beWIn heW1n boldIn
In November ber but was postponed on ac account ac acount account ¬
count of tb tile reUaloae troubles in Spain Spalaand SpaiD8nd Spainand
and porturHl Port Urs 11 A A4 AccMranar wH3 t te present 1Ne presentt eDt eDtlansDtt
t plans lansDtt ails AlaoriCal9s atSto at 3 is be chO chosen en
Who Indignantly Indi ty Packed Up and Left the Jefferson Hotel Inc InORichmona InORichmonaBecause Richmond lUchmon1Because RichmondBecause
Because the th Clerk Would Not Allow Her Pet Dog to Sleep SleepInthe SleepIntheRoom Inthe IntheRoom e eRoom
Room Wit Her HerOh HerOh HerOh
Oh That Dreadful Man She Says Speaking of fClerk fClerkVll Clerk ClerkWfo ClerkWho
Who Declined to Allow Her Darling Twee Tweeturns Tweeturns Tweeturns
turns to Share Her Room
RICHMOND RICHYO D Va Dec a aLQh Ob that thatdreadful tlItdre thatdreadful
dreadful dre man tell J Mrs XlSBrown Jaa Jame JameBrown ee eeBrown
Brown Patter Petter raferrteff r to t the hotel hotelclerk botelclerk hoteldark
clerk at the the Jefferaea Jer8 SeR H Hotel i today todayThat NI8YTI1t todayThat
That dreadful dreadful man without wttboata
a sign of heart hert be repeated r ed ac sibs sibstenderly abe abeteaderly I It8IHI8l1y
tenderly imprinted 1m ed a wellbred ktes upon upontbe uponthe j jUte
Ute glistening g nose of DAr1ID Darttngr Tweet TweOtutas Tweeturae i
urae her pet poodle poodleDoes poodleDoes
Does be feel feverish His nose isnot is isnot I
not as oold as it should be be and I am amso am8e i itie
so worried that he > will have pneu pneumonia JDeU1 pneumoniawent ¬
moniawent monia trent t on Mrs Potter as she get setELM getDELAY getDELAY
Hearing in Standard and To Tobacco T Tobacco c cbaeeo ¬
bacco Case May Be Reach Reached Reached Reached ¬
ed by byJanuary January 9 9Tho 9T 9The
The T c Standard st dard Off gad nd Tobaeea lad aatitrast ladtrust ndtrust
trust suits set Irec fee argument before the tbeSupreme theUpreme theSupreme
Supreme Court Co rf during tile coming C01D week weekwfll weekwill woeitwill
will Drobbb Dr ably net be reached by thattribunal that thattrtftnnal thattr1bunI
tribunal until the week feesisntngr ftb Jean J Jary Jeanary January ¬
ary 9 9 aecordtas to court ofOctels today todayThe focIayThe todayThe
The two trust suits stand sixth and aadseventh AClsev andseventh
seventh sev 1th respectively on the docket for forthe tothe forthe
the forthcoming week amonK the cases cashahead casesahead ca8eSahead
ahead of them being the corporation tax taxaad uuand taxand
and two suits to determine the COQ constitutionality coarstttutionality COQstitutlonality
stttutionality of the tweatyetcbt hour hourlaw hourlaw hourlaw
law regulating shlvncent cf cattle The Thecourt Thecourt Thecourt
court meets on Tuesday and ttog those who whohave whohave whohave
have figured fi = rured out tbetbae t time aeeaseary for forar forment forarguments
ar arguments umente declare that it will be an anpossibhv im impoobIe
possibhv for the Tobacco trust case casewhich sewhich canewhich
which is sixth on the call cU to be reached reachedbefore readiedbefore eQ eQbefore
before Monday Mo y JanUarY S Three days dayswill dayswill
will probaMy be allotted attorneys 3U rnYs on onboth onboth onboth
both sides in this suit to present re8eftt theirviews their theirviews theirviews
views to the court so that it is consid considered COD8idererl considerexl ¬
ered likely I ely that the Standard Oil ease easewill eaewiD easewill
will not be reached re before Wednesday Wednesdayor
or Thursday ThursdayCounsel TlnlrsdayCounsel TharadayCounsel
Counsel in both cases will however howeverbe
be in the secity city ready for argument by b
Wednesday W D9d Y in case the court detenninos detcrmindepass
te cass Dass temporarily some rot f Ute cases casesahead caseeahead
ahead of the twp trustbustinsr suits svltLTake suiteTake suitsTake
Take Legless Prisoner PrisonerTo I
To Richmond for Trial TrialWilliam TrialWDIImJ TrialWilliam
William J Green a legless Jeile peddler of ofRichmond 01Rleltmond ofRichmond
Richmond Va aadhis and his wile Teseie TeseieGreen TeseleGreen eIe eIeGreen
Green arrested in this city ae fugitives fugitivesfrom fugitivesfront i ifrom
from justice are back in Richmond to today to ¬
day to stand trial for the alleged theft theftof theftof theftof
of WJ WJThe 1MTbe = 1i 1iThe
The couple were arrested by b7tites Ztetec Ztetectives Detectines =
tines Cox and ODea as they got off a
train at Union Station yesterday yeste after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon Green denied that t he had stolen 8t I
the money about II M i of which was
found on his person bet asserted that
it had been given him by a man from
Norfolk for whom his wife
had done a i I Ifavor
favor They were taken back to Rich BJchmond Richmond Richmond
mond last night nightPythian nightPy nightP
Pythian Py P hian Lodge Installs InstallsOfficers InstallsOfficers InstallsOfficer
Officers January Janua 6 6Officers 6omcers 6Oflicers
Officers of Syraeostans Lodge No
1 18 Knights of Pythias 17th elected last lastaigkt last1dsitt lastnight
night will be installed January 6 6They 6They I IThey
They are J H Williams chancellorcommander chancellor chancellorcommander chan olJor olJoreommaDder
commander S S W Wolfsheimer vice vicechancellor riceehaneelior I
chancellor A A A1 J Sherwood prelate S S
TT Pearson keeper of records and aadseel andseal
seel Albert Kahlert master of ex exchequer exchequer ¬
chequer A AJ A J Jarboe master masterGf cf
finance J G MeQaeen master ofwork of ofwork orwork
work work K G Cock master of arms
William Dargie inner guard L B
Nye outer guard S S M Pearson A A J JL 3Sherwood I ISherwood
Sherwood w D H A Ran Ran and andL andL
L B Nye > ye representatives to thegrand the tbegrand thegrand
grand ledge ledgeProf ledgcY ledgeY
Y 11 G Q4 Ai jVI Meetln MeetlnProf ti 1g
Prof George I L RoBioson R IIInso of Chicago Chicagowill Chicagow
will w l address the Y 3 x C A A public meet meetteg meetmg meetlag
lag for men atthe at tbe New Rational Theater
Sunday afternoon The subject will be beHow heHow beow
How ow a a Young iiaa Ma ire Jey a7 Keep His HisRecord HisRecord
Record Clean Cean 7
the teawerature of Darling Tweetums Tweetumsnoee TweetWlt3DOIJ8
nose by phasing it against her cheek dieokMrs daMkXIS cheekM
Mrs Potter was indeed perturbed J lid aadat
wily Jr should she not De wileD the c3grk c3grkat
at the Jofferaoa Hotel had dar dared d had
ref5J lealJv r r dared mind lad I0 you ou to re rehte < us b leer r raWon
peITshslon aWon to have b heir r dog sleep to thepeon the theroow
peon with lieu And asa as a result ros 1t tb the two
Jast packed rignt up and went etee eleethey eteeI elM
I rwbere F so they did And they found foundplace A splace
place where they the didnt object to dogs dogsBut
in the bedrooms bedroomsI bedroomsBut
I But In spite of everything she could couldrealized
do Mrs Potter jn t kn knew W DarIID Darting
Tweetuins T tums realized that he had been te
salted and was feverish about It ItHEN ItWO itOMEN
Committee Named to Ar Arrange Arrange Arrange ¬
range for Missionary So Societys Society Socletys
cietys Jubilee JubileeWith
With caly sly about one month intervenlg interven tBtenreuiIIg intervening ¬
ing now before betstile the national D tIonal jubilee of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Wontaas W s Fo Forrgn h Missionary Ilie kmary So Soday So SockitT Society
day te J bold W in this dry OB February F8bn1ar7Del Februaryand
2 and 2 3 the committee appointed at attbo atthe atthe
the meetia meeting of the District Interdeaomi InterdeaominatioBal Interdenominational
national Missionary Union yesterday af afternoon afternooB afteenooa ¬
ternoon to represent the th union at the thenational 8national thenational
national conclave is today formulating formutatiasplans formulatingplans ormutJDgpins
plans for the February conference conferenceTbe conferenceThe conferenceThe
The district union Is composed of ofemen of8IDen ofeaten
eaten from sixteen Christian Chr tlan denomi denominations denomination ¬
nations and was formed ten yaars ago agoin goIn agolit
in order to carry on batter the work af afwomen fwomen pfwomen
women fe worldwide evansoJisatioa evansoJisatioaCourse ean evangeliaaUonCourse 1atiOlL 1atiOlLCourse
Course Completed CompletedYesterdays CompletedYestenJays CompletedYesterdays
Yesterdays mooting closed d the miseton mIs mtesCoa mIssfDn
eton study course on Western WomenIn Women
In Eastern Lands Mrs G T Prewittspoke Prewitt Prewittspoke
spoke biographically of Mrs Helen Barrett Bar Barrett Barr4ttt ¬
rett Montt Montgomery ontery who is the arthor arthorof atthorat
of the text t book used in the thestu mission missionstudy missionstuds
study stu y and who who will make the final ad address addreSs addreee ¬
dress of the Jubilee in February FebruaryIt
It was recommended ec mmended that all members membersof mom ers ersof
of the union exert their influence influencethrough influencethrough e eUarough
through their husbands and men friends friendsagainst friendSegaJn friendsagainst
against t reHceasing the bar at the Union UnionStation UnionStation
Station Letters to W P Richards of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Board of Assessors of the District Districtwere Districtwere Districtwere
were suggested as the best meaner mean of ofY ofNIdAg ofvetoing
vetoing Y icin the protest against the rIloadbarroom ralload ralloadbarroom railoadb
barroom rroomCommittee
Committee CommitteeAs
As representatives to the thth national nationalconvention nationalconvention nationalconvention
convention the union appointed the fol following following ol olowing ¬
lowing committee Mrs John Newton NewtonCulbertson NewtonCulbertsOn NewtonCulbertson
Culbertson chairman Presbyterian PresbyterianChurch PresbyterianChurch PresbyterianChurch
Church Mrs James E Gilbert ileth Methodist ilethodist rethodIet
odist Episcopal Church Mrs Isaac IsaacClark IsaacClark IsaacClark
Clark Congregational Church Mrs MrsRobert MrsRobert MrsRobert
Robert IVhaley Methodist EpiscopalChurch Episcopal Eplsoop1Church EpiscopalChurch
Church South Mrs Washington Top
ham United Brethren Church Mrs W WB wBe WB
B Hartley Methodist Protestant ProtestantChurch ProtestantChurch ProtestantChurch
Church Mrs L I L D Clark 5 Prl riandsChurch riands riandsChurch < nds ndsChurch
Church Mrs J D Buhrer Reformed ReformedChurch RofonznedChurch Reformedi
i Church Mrs rs Paul Menzel Lutheran LutheranGerman LuthernGerman LutheranGetman
German Church Chur Mrs Laura F 01ney Ol Olney Olney
ney Baptist Church Mrs O B Brown BrownPresbyterian BrownPresberian
Presbyterian Church Mrs 1sG G T Titt Prew PrewHt PrewItt
Ht Itt Christian Church Mrs H E Mon Monroe 3100roe Monroe ¬
roe Lutheran Church Miss l ss Washing
ton Presbyterian Church South Mrs I
O Baker Lutheran general council and
1 Mrs Fritz Eberle Lutheran synod synodIts synodN
N 9 VS VSDrinks YsDrinks
Drinks DrinksIts
Its nice getting them in ingetting s s sgetting
getting ge tinb them out But theres a way wayCASCARETS wayQASCARETS wayCASCARETS
CASCARETS are known to hun hundreds hundr hundreds ¬
dreds dr eds of thousands for the natural naturalan naturalan3
an an3 3 easy way they clean out the sys sysrtein systeln systela
rtein of overdrin overdrjnldns J3e prepared prepareda
a a xnc in your pocket po ket of orGSGARETS orGSGARETStake OASQARETStake
take one or o two sure when you go goto goto goto
to bed bedthen then tomorrow will be pleas pleasaat pleesaat pleasant
CASCARBXSIPs < box boxWeeks Weeks treat traatanac treatHost
Host AH SznggUts Bis Brest est ast astD astt e seller Ber Bermuion
in the It world 1 muion boxes a a noath D
Investigations at New Or Orleans Orleans Orleans ¬
leans and on Coast CoastBring CoastI CoastBring
Bring Results ResultsIiBveetlsaUsws ResultsI ResultsIeve ResultsIgveetigatloess I I
IiBveetlsaUsws Ieve thaUOIIS at New Orleans and andSan andSan andSan
San ° Fraacteeo have uncovered trails trailsthat tralsthat trailsthat
that lead customs officials to believe oellevait
it Is 1 poestbte Po for the Government to tocoUt tocollet j jcolleet
colleet large sums from the Sugar Sugfartraat SUffartrUt Sugartract
tract trUt additional ad ttt ll to those already col collected colNew collected ¬
lectedhe lected lectedTfee
Tfee New Orleans Investigation goes goesbock goesback I Ibaek
bock for or over twelve years It is isalleged IsalJesed Isalleged
alleged the Government Govern JO at lost large largesum largesums largesums
sums through alleged aDe frauds In sam campltrg samplUS sampltrg
pltrg of sugar These frauds are al alleged alIced alleged ¬
leged to have covered a aeries of oryeara ofyears j jyear
year and 4 It to said it la hard to eetl eetlmate estimat eat eatmate
mate what tbe Government has lost lostOa IOB IOBo lostOn
Oa o the coast the frauds alleged allegedwere allegedwere allegedwere
were In drawbacks These are sim elmliar similar ¬
liar to the frauds recently uncovered uncoveredIn
In New York where the Government GGvernmentexpect Governmentexpects j jexpects
expects to recover TA8e 76 1 0 In San SanFrancisco 611Fnuideco SanFrancisco
Francisco it is i alleged i ai a sugar sugarimported sugarImported sugarimported
imported from the Phl PhLj Phines lnes and andexported andexported andexported
exported afterward TIM allowed alloweddrawback allowedclrtlwbAek alloweddrawback
drawback as Java JaV sugar It is alleged al alleged a1Jeged ¬
leged the Government lost heavily heavilyby
by such transactions transactionsIP traneactiousABSOLUTE transactionsABSOLUTE
IS IP loouubnl QflnpUT SOUGHT RY ul BY TlWfi TWO TWOPetitions TNOPetitions Inu InuPetitions
Petitions Filed by Mrs Har Harriet Harriet Harriet ¬
riet Espey and an MrsMary Mrs MrsMary MrsMary
Mary Day DayPt1 DayPeitious j jPetMtoae
PetMtoae f for r absolute divorce were fifed fifedthai tedIIII tiledtilt
thai morning by Mrs Harriet P Bspey Bspeyaad BepayJIrs Hepeysad
sad Mrs Mary Day against their husbania hus husaanaa htlsWIllIam
bania aanaa Wltttam J Bvpey pey and Oscar Day DayMrs J DayMrs y yKnL
Mrs dopey te her petition alleges allegesthat allegestIIa allegesthat
that that shortly after < her marriage to her herausbsnd herJnasINtad herhusband
husband the latter left l her er and has not aote notMen
1 e a beard of since She also alleges allegesthat aBegesUIat allegesthat
that be treated her with cruelty aDd has hasfailed 1IasfaIJeII hasfished
failed to provide for or her His nrasent preaeentaddress nrasentaddreag RCMenta
address a fe > e given as Toronto Canada CanadaThe CanadaTbe CanadaThe
The Bapey marring took pteee pia la laWtncitester btW isWhrchester
W Wtncitester Va on January 2 Jill and andthere aadtllere andthere
there are M children childrenin
in her f H teal for a 0 divorce from Oscar OscarDay QKsrDay OscarDay
Day V l v Day alleges that she was wasawrrtef wasr wasmarried
married n December ecIIiIIIIIIB 8 IfiW in Sykes Sykesvfne SykesY Sykesvilla
villa Me I that her husband Itu bnd treated treatedher treAteder treatedher
her true and finally left her with withher withJtet withher
her father tatM ho was forced to support supporther supporther
her One v wild ild waa born to the couple coupleoa
oa January 2 1 lP lPPORTUGAL 0W 0WReassuring 1QPORTUGAL
Reassuring Messages Fail toBring to toBring toBring
Bring Peace of Mind to toOfficialdom toOfficialdom toOfficialdom
Officialdom OfficialdomLONDON OfficialdomLONDON OfficialdomLONDON
LONDON Dee ILD8 L Deapite tb the reaasaor re reawnrttui re regee
aasaor awnrttui g gee that reached London Londontoday atHqo Londont
t today ter from Portugal English k efncikl efncikldom 91AddI oflfk l lMen
dom ie still approve ppr lMD8tN for the safety safetyof
of the new republic republicThe republicThe republicThe
The greatest e menace e BOW confronting confrontingthe
the pea peace e of the country it is believed
here te tbe radicalism ra of Minister Ma Mactaada YaKr Madada
dada Macaadacoaeiders Kr eoa ident the newregloie newregloiefar newregisaeMf
far Mf oaservathrev o and aoeaer or later
hwfll l precipitate an open revolt revoltFormer nYoItFonDer revoltFormer
Former Kinc Xin Manuel according to a astatMnent aRatelDeDt astatement
statement today r by the Marquis de
Several te confined to his house in inWood inWoo4 inWood
Wood Norton by a slight illness L He Hebaa HeU Hebas
baa been deluged 4 toged ed with telegrams t shoe siaeeyesterday shoeyeste aee
yesterday yeste y monria macMeg JIg but has replied tonone to toWhite toBODe
BODe et u uWhite themWhite
White Claims Victory VictoryFor VictoryFor
P Waite of Iowa claims to have de defeated de defeed dotented ¬
feed Tom TomL Z I Laurie wtB for the presidency presidencyof
of the be United Mine Workers of Am America Amcries ¬
erica He says YS la a letter received here heretoday haretGda boretoday
today tGda that unofficial returns show he hewitt hewtIl hewill
will have haves a terse majority majorityBoston m majorityBoston jOrity jOrityBoston
Boston Gets Bar Meeting
CHICAGO AGO Dec 7l 3L 31Tbe The 3311 conven ¬
tion of f the he American Bar Aso Association Associationwin lation lationwan
win be held in Boston on Aucust 29
30 aDd 31 according ac > to a decision decisionreached decisionreached
reached by the executive committee of ofthe ofthe
the association here yesterday yesterdayCandidates yesterdyCandidates yesterdayCandidates
Candidates Initiated InitiatedSeveral InitiatedSeveral
Several candidates were a initiated in into into Into ¬
to Rathbone Temple No S Pythian PythianSisters PythlanSisters
Sisters at a regular meeting held In laPythian InPyth1an inPythlan
Pythian Temple last night Mrs Mar Margaret Margaret Margaret
garet Jacobson most excellent ex e11ent nigh niguchief ndgttchief
chief presided reslded while Mrs Martha Marth3Jar Marth3Jarbo Jarboe Jar Jarboe
boe directed th the initiatory work uorkJ3T30O urkR workEF3f4
J3T30O 1lb loaves to the barrel barreleso barrelResolve
R Resolve ResolveToUse eso esofor I
To ToUse ToUseCREAM Use UseCREAl1
for your baking during du ng the thecoming thecoming thecoming
coming year y r stick to the reso resolution reso1utio resoIution ¬
lution and you will have no noreason noreason noreason
reason to complain of your yourbread yourbread yourbread
bread rolls rolls biscuits cakes and andpastries an anpastries andpastries
pastriesCREAM pastries pastriesCREAM pastriesCREAM
is dependable dependab1eit it gives satis satisfactory satisfactory satisfactory ¬
factory results every time timeAT timeAT timeAT
B B Earnshaw Earns haw Bro BroWholesa1e Br o ouec
Wholesalers uec noc u nos urn st ae
Big Rattle Game at a Sea at atHeight atHeight atHeight
Height When Cruis Cruisers Cruisers
r rers
ers Sail SailSeven SailSeven SailSeven
Seven scout cruisers the ayes y or orthe ofthe
the Davy avy are ready to aMp out o oILunpton ofHampton
Hampton Roads at a moments notice noticeto
to herald the approach of tho hostile hostilebattleship hoettlobattIcshh hostilebattleship
battleship > fleet of sixteen dreadaaughts dreadaaughtsthat r8lLdaughtsthat
that today having assembled assem off the theScfMy theScllly theScilly
ScfMy Islands turned tu their prows west westward westward westward
ward for a raid on the Atlantic coast coastof COBtthe coastof
of the United States StatesWar StatesWar StatesWar
War is on It Is a war of bras brains es not notof Dotot notof
of 1 uiiets and blood for the sixteen txte n bat battleships battle battleeblpa ¬
tle tleships ar are all flyine the Has rt f theUnited the theUnited theUnited
United States and the war is between betweenthe bee beweonthe ween weenthe
the men of the scout cruisers c and the thecrews thecrews thecrews
crews of the bettleenips btt1et11 ps for ors Jte in intho Intho Inthe
tho navys most recent war game caieBy gameBy e eBy
By January 1C the battleship fleet fleetmust fleetmust fleetmust
must reach Guaiitanamo G Gus 1tanamo Cuba tbe win winter winter winter ¬
ter rendezvous There will be oppor opportunity opportunity POrtunity ¬
tunity for the thetleet fleet to appear vJd vJdbooming vboomlc w wbooming
booming boomlc guns 1 before otO tenined Boston Bostonor
or New York unless Its coming is de detected de detected detoted ¬
tected by the scents scO ts and the position of ofthe orthe ofthe
the fleet and its apparent intention to tostrike tostrike tostrike
strike at a vulnerable point on the coast coastline coastUne coastline
line made known to the army armyThe armyTho armyThe
The Navy Department in arranging
the war game was brief in its instruc instructions Jnstruritlon Instructions ¬
tions To Rear Admiral Seaton Schroe Schroeder Schroedw Schroeder
der commanderlnchlet commander inchief of the enemy enemywere MelDYwere enemywere
were sent Instructions to reach the At Atlantic Atlantle Atlantic ¬
lantic coast line without detection Rear Rearvdmiral Rerdm1raJ Rearrdmiral
vdmiral Oscar F stanton commanding commandingthe
the navy bloodhounds at Hampton Hamptonroads HnJptonr08Al8 Hamptonroads
roads was told to Intercept inter tlu tb fleet and andreport Idreport andreport
report its 1 movements H1s MV I rcout ships shipsare shlpsare shipsare
are all capable of twentyfour knots an anfcar anur anu
fcar u ur six knots better than the u speed ofthe of ofthe Ofthe
the battleships battleshipsBoth Qtt1e battleshipsBe blps blpsBeth
Both Be enemy and defenders have ar arraaged arraDged arranged
ranged a secret wireless ood oo for com comraualeatlon oomJauDleation comlaunieation
raualeatlon with one another The l lto fleet fleetto eet eetto but butwilt
to be effective will remain intact but butwffl butm
wilt m avoid the routes aC the transAtlan transAtlantic ¬
tic liners linersThe UnrsThe linersThe
The scouts are not expected to putsea put to togo to tosea tosee
sea before Monday sad when they do dogo dorth
go 5orth rth it will be to cover eo er a wide range rangeof rng8ot rangeof
of territory territoryBattleships territoryBattleships etrltorYBattleships
Battleships Set Sail SailFrom SailFrcin SailFrc
From Frc + m SciSly Islands IslandsCHERBOURG IslandsCHBRBo IslandsCHERDOURG
CHERBOURG CHBRBo aG Dec a JLrjte Tbe Ameri Americas AmerlcI1 Americas ¬
cas Atlantic fleet sailed today from fromtheir fromtheir fromtheir
their rendezvous off the Sctty Islands Islandsfor I8fOOstor Islandsfor
for Guantanamo The first division Is iemade Ismade ismade
made up of the Connecticut eomteedcutJIUchgan Delaware Delawareot Delaware3lchlgan
JIUchgan U1d North Dakota the theor second4 second4of
ot the LO Loustexa sIeca Kansas Kaasasshire New > Ramp HaDtpshIre Rampshire
shire and Uouth Carolina th tb third of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Minnesota Idaho Mleleetppt Mtestaelpptaad MtestaelpptaadVermont W 881pp1 Dd DdY andVermont
Vermont Y rmont and the fourth of the theNebraskalhod GeorgiaNebraska Georgia GeorgiaXebraska
Nebraska Nebraskalhod bode Island and VirginiaDEMOCRATIC Virginia VirginiaNew VIrg1nJDE
New Ne W York Legislature Opens Openson
on Wednesday VednesdayWill Will Be BeMemorable BeMemorable BeMemorable
Memorable Session SessionAOBANT SessionAIJBAlIo SessionI
A AoraLic AOBANT I AhT N Y Ya Dee VEbe D De Ied a ata
oraLic d dsae D8re are 13atlearing aH aHI aad al egk egkthe
ta the 1egls I lasrfefetivo tbe O seeaiOB win wt1IDtt toe Tfeglii Tfegliiaatil iieglhsatil
aatil Dtt nest neXt Wednesday the week of the thefirst t tAnt thefirst
first Democratic legislature i te neatly nerIre a ascore ascore
score e of years ears Is 1 betas mapped out to today to today today ¬
day dayGovernorelect
Governorelect Joan A Dlx w will take takethe takethe takethe
the oath of office tonight succeeding succeedingHorace wcceediDgHorac succeedingHorace
Horace TVhlteTho eemlDt c n tac session of the thelecieteture theJesfo8Ia1ure thelegislature
legislature te expected to be a most mostHHKnoratte mostmemorable mootn
n memorable one It wul select a Demo Domocrxtic Demoemt1c Democratic
crxtic ouocooeor to c Canaeey haunoes 3 X DfcpW DfcpWUnited Dt PW PWUnited w wUnited
United States Senator from Xew York TorkIt YorkIt
It Is expected to be marked by conflicts conflictsbetween eoamctsbetween conflictsbetween
between the adherents of Charles F FMurphy FXut1h7 FMurphy
Murphy and Thomas F Grady who whowisaoe w wwtsiwe whowlshoe
wisaoe to bo president pro tern of thesenate th thsenate the theSOftate
senate and Democratic leader in theupper the theupper theupper
upper house Murphy says No
Knights of Pythias Vill Con Conduo Conduct Conduct
duct Services at the theGrave theGrave theCrave
ROCKVILLE Md Dee 31 3LThe 3LTheun3ra1 3LThefuneral The Thefunaral
funeral of I DaVId > avld G Carlisle a lead leadUS Ieadwg leadrrg
US citizen of Gaithersburff this thiscounty thIscouaty thiscounty
county who died Thursday night fol following tollowing following ¬
lowing a long illness will take place placeat
at 11 oclock tomorrow morning from fromGrace fromGrace fromGrace
< Grace Southern Methodist Church ChurohGaitkersburgr CburchGa1tltersburg ChurchGaithersburg
Gaitkersburgr the pastor the Rev J JHarry JHarry JHarry
Harry Smith officiating At the grave gravethe gravetbe gravethe
the Gaithersburg lodge Knights of ofPythias o oPythtas ofPythias
Pythias of which whl Mr Carlisle e had hadlong hadlong hadlong
long been an honored member will willhave willhave
have charge of the services servicesMr servicesMr servicesMr
Mr Carlisle was a a lifelong resi resiJcat reslt
Jcat t of Montgomery county and was waswidely wasWidely waswidely
widely known He was seventytwo seventytwoyears seventytwoyears seventytwoyears
years old and is survived by his h wife wifewho wifewho wifewho
who was before her marriage Miss MissConnelly MissConnelly IIsBConnelly
Connelly of this coun count and a son sonAlexander sonAlexander sonAlexander
Alexander G Carlisle of Gaithers Gaithersurg
TITS He also leaves a sister Mrs
JNora N flora ora J Berry erry of Seneca and two 1 1br
brothers br > thers William m H II an ant James Car CarDuring CarI
1l1se I l1se or Terra Haute Iud
Daring the civil war Mr Carlisle
belonged to CoL Elijah Whites White s bat
tallon Confederate Confederatearmy array and served servedthroughout servedthroughout
throughout the conflict At the time timeof timeof timeof
of his death he was a member of
Rudgley Brown Camp of Confederate ConCede rete reteeterans
Veterans eterans of this county countyThe countyThe countyThe
The members of the bars of Fred Frederick Frederlck Frederick ¬
erick and Montgomery ontgomery counties yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday presented to former Judge JudgeJames Judgerames JudgeJames
James B Henderson of this place a ahandsome a ahabdeome ahandsome
handsome silver service Judge Henderson Hen Henderson Henderson ¬
derson served as associate sscclate Judge of oftae ofthe ofthe
the Sixth judicial circuit of Mary Maryland Maryland Maryland ¬
land composed of Frederick and andMontgomery andMontgomery andMontgomery
Montgomery counties for sixteen sixteenyears sixteenyears sixteenfears
years an and J was succeeded November NovemberE
E by Judge J Ju l g a Edward C Peter PeterThe PeterThe PeterThe
The service which was of sx s piecesnod pieces piecesind piecsIU1d
ind nod of Puritan style contained the theinscription thajnsorlptlo theinscription
inscription Presented to r the Hon Honcrable Honcrable Honcrable
crable James B B Henderson associ associate associate associate ¬
ate judge of the Sixth judicial circuit circuitof
of Maryland 1895lSlf by the bar of ofthe orthe ofthe
the circuit November 5 L 191 t tReJresentatives 1910 1910Representatives M MRepresentatives
Representatives of the two bars met metrecently metrectiaDUy metrecently
recently and named a committee committeeconsisting committeeconSisting committeeconsisting
consisting of Messrs Hattersly W WTalbott WTalbott WTalbott
Talbott Albert M Y Bouie Thomas ThomasDawsony ThomasDawson ThomasDawson
Dawson and William H Talbott of ofRookvllle o ofookkc
Rookvllle ookkc ale and Edward S S Elchelberg Elchelberger
er John r ohn 8 Newman sad Emory I ICoblenz 1 1C LCoblenz
Coblenz C b1em of Frederiok to select the thepresent thepresent thepresent
present presentOfficers presentOfficers presentOfficers
Officers Elected ElectedFor ElectedFor ElectedFor
For National Union UnionOfficers UnionOUiceru UnionOfficers
Officers of Federal Cow Ne 46 46National 4i6 4i6Ualo rFi5National
National Union who win serve e during
the year 1911 are as follows F F Maje Ma Major 1 1j ¬
j jor president t n M Chitin 11J vlcj vice V presi president urea ureaj ¬
dent J D Simpson president F88 deAt L L K Ktary
Beatty expresldeAt W W Wblte Write sec secretarY seerotary
rotary J E Wright 1IBancI1 secre
tary J F Huguley treasurer T C
Simpson chaplain B M 31KKent Kent usher
F A St Clair sergeantatarms Os Os
borne CteseJI doorkeeper J D Simp ¬
son 80ft H M M Gillman and J H Furbur Farburshaw Furburshaw
shaw trustees J E WXSS Wright t and H M MHugaiey
GUJman delegate to C8 cabinet lDet andJ and J F
Hugaiey delegate for immediate j relief reliefMr reHetr
Mr r Wright and Mr Huguley have baseserved haveserved hs e eS
served S in the he capacities es oT o financial see secretary seerotary ¬
ret and andtroaiurer treasurer respectively r ectivoiy elY for forseventeen forS6Venteen forseventeen
seventeen years yearsLate yearsLate yearsLate
Late Banker Kennon Kennedy KennedyLeaves KenaeiiyLeaves Y YLeaves
Leaves 65551 65 55581B177 55581B177w 55S777RE 78777 78777That
w 1QRK RE + 1het That thtth the value valueC valueeaL aluef
f C tk the e estate et te e of John S R Kennedy k Y bank banker baakor ¬
or who dIM d October 3L 3i Kit Is IS7ni1 Ri58 E163SaL
79777 aL has been announced by Transfer TransferTax TransferTax er erTax
Tax Appraiser H M Greene After de deduetiD deducting
ducting duetiD FZZlib3hill6 2 6 3I1Cil O for administration administrationexpenses clmiDIstratJonexpeD606 administrationexpenses
expenses and commissions of the exe executors execub ensenters ¬
enters cub > r5 Including about SM009 in debts debtsmore debtsmore debtsmore
more than S63roIM > is left leftAs leftAs leftAs
As most of the bequests come under underthe uudethe underthe
the i per cent clause the States fee on onthe ontkee onthe
the entire tkee Lire estate nil Rill 1U amount to aptely ap apSenators 8 8tdY
tdY b01Wf b01WfSenators f fSenators
Senators Mother Dead DeadSenator DeadSenator DeadSenator
Senator Chamberlin of Oregon has basleft hasleft lHisJeCt
left for Natchez Miss to attend the thefuneral thefuneral thefuneral
funeral of his mother Mrs PeraieUa T TChamberlln TChamberlin TChamberlin
Chamberlin who died yesterday Mrs MrsChamberlin MrsChamberlIn MrsChamberlin
Chamberlin was ninetjr years old
Belated Bel ted Christmas Celebra Celebration Celebrntion Celebratlon ¬
tion Attended by bYa a Live LiveSanta LiveSanta LiveSanta
Santa Claus GlausChristaaas CI ClausChristmas us usChrLstMas
Christaaas joy r came late t te bat eertaic U Uhundreds tthundreds Ithundreds
hundreds r f caHdren chlld who attended att 1dod tM tMSalvation 1 tblSalvation tac tacSalvaUen
Salvation Army entertainment last nighat nigh nighat uighat
at at K Its headquarters on Peaasyivantt Peaasyivanttavenue P POb9syivafsavenue 1mSYlva1I11avenue
avenue avenueSanta avenueSanta avenueSanta
Santa Claus was there with a huge huppack hugepack hugipack <
pack of toys big bl bags of red apples and an4losds anI andloads
loads I of candy He tried to learn what whachildren wbachUdre whatchildren =
children had been missed by him last fesiSunday 1M1Snndy lastSunday
Sunday when he made his rounds roundsAn roundsAn
An excellent musical program wai waigiver wafglTen waigiven
giver before the distribution of tt hpresents ttpresents thpre8e
presents pre8e ts and Adjutant Louise Grazier Grazierby Grazierby Graxierby
by her short talk and questions QU ODS to th thchildren thckildren tht thtchildren <
children impressed upon the minds o oall 0aU oall
all those present that Christmas has if ifinception iUinception litinception
inception in Christianity The hall was wastastefully V8Jt wittastefully
tastefully t tefutly decorated dccor ted with Christina Christmasbeds Christinabells Chrlatmabells
bells holly boughs and streamersElect streamers streamersElect streamersElect
Elect Sloane PresidentINDLLWIPOLIS President PresidentINDIANAPOLJS Presidentu
INDIANAPOLJS u IAoiAPOLIS Dec 3L = Wllllais WllllaisM WlllluM
M Sloane of Colnmbbia University Universitywill
will be president of the AmericaHistorical America AmericaHistorical Amor1caHistorical
Historical Association 1u for the com comIng comIng cornlug
Ing year as the result of elections electionsheld eJecUonheld electionsheld
held during the closing hours of theconvention the theconvention theconvention
convention last night when Buffalo BuffaloX
N Y was selected as the next place placeof
of meeting The other officers name naie naieare nameearo i iare
are Theodore Roosevelt first vic vicpresident viepre8ldent vicepresident
president W M Dunning of Columhia Colum Columbla Columb
bla b a University second vice president presidentWaldo presJdebtWaJdo presidentWaldo
Waldo G Leland land of Carnegie Insti Institute Instltute Institute ¬
tute secretary and C W Bowen o oNew of ofNew ofNew
New York treasurer treasurerI treasurertRAM treasurerRAM
I have been afflicted for twenty yeasj yeasjwith yea yeawith
with an obstinate ski disease called b bsome bsome by bysome >
some M D Ds s peoria JMOda3s a and others lp lprosy l lgprosy p
rosy commencing on my scalp end ir irepita 111spite inspite
spite of all I could do with the hcp hcpof be1Jor he li liof
of the most skilful doctors doct > rs It slowly
bet surely extended ed until a year y ar arthis a athis =
this winter w1nt it covered ay satire persoj persol
in the nnn rm of dry scales For th thlast tblast the theIast
last t tb rears I have been unable tc tcdo tcdo tcdo
do any 1 V r and suffering intensely ai aithe a athe J Jt
the t e tim Every morning there woutu woutube woukbe woulddbe
be nearly a dustpanful of f scales taker takerfrom takrfrem takerfrom
from the sheet on my bed some of thr thrhalf tJKIrMIl thdrrhalf
half as large as the envelope eootalnp eootalnptUs ceetalfntbIs oofltaln ng ngthis
this letter In the latter part of wint w1ntJOY winter wintermy T Tmy
my skin commenced cracking open opentried gpentried
tried everythtos evU ev dnI almost almostChant most that could couldthought dtotic 6 6thoufrht
totic thought hi of of ow f without Chant any reii relief Tile fite1th T TileLtlI e e12th
12th of June I started Westto W West t In 1nbcp bop
I could reach the t e Hot Springs Iresch Iresched I Ir i1 i1ad xi xied
ed Detrott and wa wu so loW Ithought I tc ughi I Ishould Ishould Ishould
should have to po to the hospital bo but butfinally butftnaJly butfinally
finally gs get < as far 1 as Lansing Mich Michwhere KI KIwbaro < t twhere
where I had a sister living Mvin One Dr Drtreated Drtr8ated Drtreated
treated me about two weeks but butd
did d me no good All thought I bad hut hutshort b Itt Ittshort tt tta
a short time to live I earnestly prayed prayedto
to die Cracked through the skia all allover allover ally
over my y back ac across my ribs arms armshands arms armsham
hands limbs feet f badly swoHerr strolldrrnaffs ler v vnaife
naife came carneof of oJT o flngernalls dead snit an1bard nth8rd snithard
bard as a bone hair dead dry and life lifeless 11 11lees lifeless > ¬
less as old straw straO Q my God how sow I rid ridsuffer Id Idsuffix d dsufrer
suffer sufferMy sufrerMy
My sister wotdruit w give up said saidwill We Wewill w wwill >
will try Cnticura Cuti Some was applied on onone onone onone
one hand and a aDL nu Eureka there was wasrelief wasrelief wasrelief
relief stopped the terrible burning sen senstkm eercation e esation
stkm front the varA go They immedi immediately ilDU1Pdiately immediately ¬
ately got Cnticura Resolvent Ointment Ointmentand OiD t tand
and Soap I commenced by taking Cn Cnticura Cnticura Cnticma ¬
ticura Resolvent Re three times a day af after a ater after ¬
ter meals had a bth once a day water waterabout waterabout waterabout
about blood heat used Cuticura Soap Soapfreely SOaPfreely Seaifreely
freely applied Cuticura Cut1 r Ointment Ointmentraoraiag OlnbnentJDOrntDg Ointmentmorning
morning and evening Result esuJt returned returnedto
to my home in just six weeks from the thetime thetime thetime >
time I left left and my skin as smooth asthis as asthis 3this
this sheet of paper JMl er Hiram E E Carpen Carpenter Ctpenter Carpenter ¬
ter Henderson N Tn TnThe y yrlle YThe
The above remarkable remarJ be testimonial was waswritten waswTitten waswritten
written January 19 Do 1880 and is repub repubHshed republlE repubtitled
titled llE ed because of t the permanency of ofthe orthe ofthe
the cere Under date of Apr A 22 + ISlO ISlOMr 191 191Mr 1914Mr
Mr Carpenter wrote from big present presentbome presentbone resent resentbonie
bone 814 0 Walnut street So Lansing
Mich I have nave never suffered a return re return re ret11n ¬
turn of the psorfeeis pso ia and although al many manyyears manyyears manyyears
years have passed I have not forgotten forgottenthe forgottenthe 6rCOttenthe
the terrible suffering trerln1 I endured beforeusing before eforeng beforeusing
using ng the Cuticura Remedies
Visit the th N New ew Engel EngelUnder
Under Personal Management of W A ENGEL ENGELFormerly ENGELFormerly ENGELFormerly
Formerly the owner and proprietor of Hotel Engel EngelHome EngelHome EngelHome
Home of the Famous Steaks in Washington WashingtonWashingtons WashingtonWashiJgtons WashingtonWashingtons
Washingtons newest and most perfectly appointed appointedEverything appointedBuffet
B Buffet ffet and Bowling Alleys AlleysEverything Alleyseverything
Everything new new and uptodate A select stock of wines winesliquor winesliquor vinesliquors
liquor whiskies and brandies from which to satisfy the most mostparticular mostparticular
particular tastes tastesImported tastbsImported
Imported Beers eers and Ales pn Draught DraughtCourteous DraughtComteons DraughtCotnteous
Courteous and prompt prori pt service will be among the character characteristic characteristic characteristic ¬
istic features of this new establishment establishmenti establishmentEN establishmentENGELS >
1335 Pa PaAve i < Ave N NOpposite W WOpposite
Opposite the DistrictBuilding District Building Look for the Green Front
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