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INDIA INDIAMAY MAY FORCE FORCESILVER FORCEY 1 1SILVER
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London Thiiika Thiilk ThiAkaOutIook Outlook For thb thbWhite th thJhite th1White
White Metal M t I Is s JinprovJng JinprovJngt Improving ImprovingTHE T TTHE
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THE DEMAND1SINCREASING DEMAND1SINCREASINGMONEY DEMAND DEMANDiS IS INCREASING INCREASINGMONEY <
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MONEY IS MORE MQ1tEADUND ABUNDANT IN INENGLAND INENGLANrBNDENCY N NENGLAND
ENGLAND ENGLANrBNDENCY TENDENCY NDENCY GOOD GOODONDON GOODLONDO
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r ONDON Nov N oV16The W 16 16The The record fall falffn falffnthe fallinI in intheprice
LONDO I theprice the 1 pnc pri of silver was one oneof oneof oneAJ
AJ of the features i turcs of the week weekand we weekand k kand
and this decline lt Hne was in pro proportion proportion proportion ¬
portion more marked in India than thanon thanon thanon
on the homemarket ham market The expla explanation explanation explanation ¬
nation offered ofterqdhme ofrd here for this collapse collapsewas callapsewas collapsewas
was the lack of oany any eastern demand demandcoupled demandcoupled demandceuplod
coupled with the forced liquidation in inWall In InWall InWall
Wall street and the rumor that Mexico5 Mexico5intended 1I rexIco rexIcoIntended xlca i iintended
intended to establish a gold standard standardThe stand standardThe rd rdThe
The general outlook in India how however hoyever however ¬
ever is improving Impr vIng and It is thought thoughtthat thaughtthat thoughtthat
that a period pcrl d of prosperity in that thatcountry thatcountry thatcountry
country will tend to check any fur further further further ¬
ther decline in silver silverWhile sHverVhlIe l1verVhHe
While money was reasonablyabun reasonablyabundant rE41Sanably bun ftbundant bundant
dant last week wee the tl1 slight improvement improvementIn
In the situationon situaUon on the stock exchange exchangeand exchangeand
and an attempt to o force a boom in inhome inhome
< 4 < home rails resulted In a few advances advancesand advancusand advancesand
and a small amount of socalled mr mrvestment In Invpstment inVestment
vestment buying bu ng took 001 place but the thebreak thebreak thebreak
break in American securities and In SnKaffirs InXamrs inRaftirs
Kaffirs left the market as spiritless and anduninteresting andunlnterest andnnlnteresting
uninteresting unlnterest ng as asit it has been for weeks weekspast weekspast weeksIast
past pastWATCH pastWATOH IastWATCE
WATCH WALL W LSTREET STREET KEENLY KEENLYGerman KEENLYGerman XEINLYGerman
German financiers FinanciersXeep Keep Their Eyes Eyesi Eyesj yes yeson
i on on America Americaare Americajr AmericaBerlin
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jr Berlin No Nov 16The German bourses boursesare
are watching the movement in Wall Wallstreet Wallstreet WallStreet
street With Ith the keenest interest out butthe outthe outthe
the break In quotations In New York Yorkexercised YorkexercIsed Yorkxerc1sed
exercised comparatively little influence influencehere influencehere influencehere
here The Berlin financiers do not cx expect cxpect cxDeCt ¬
pect a great reaction in Germany to toresult toresult toresult
result from any collapse in the Ameri American American Amencan ¬
can situation since German holdings of ofAmerican ofAmerican ofAmerican
American securities are too unim unimportant unimpartant unimportant ¬
portant and the th American operators operatorsowe aperatarsOwe operatorsOve
owe practically pracUcaJIYI1othlng nothing to the German Germanmarket Germanmarket Germanmarket
market Nevertheless the most im important important ¬
Y portant feature of the week hpre hprenamely hprenamel herenamely
namely namel the further heavy break in inHamburgAmerican inBamburgAmerican inlXamburgAmerican
HamburgAmerican and North German GermanLloyd GermanL10yd GermanLloyd
Lloyd shares was wa a attributed to Amen American Amcrlcan Amencan ¬
can sales especially because the theDeutsche theDeutsche theDeutsche
Deutsche bank has also been effecting effectingarge
largo arge sales of its holdings In these thesestocks thesstorks theseStocks
stocks Domestic operators too have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been selling short and quotations of ofHamburgAmerican ofHamburg ofBamburgAmenlcan
HamburgAmerican Hamburg metlcan stood yesterday at
97 and North German Lloyds at 95 95The l5The 5 5The
The renewed relapse was occasioned occasionedby
by the bad4frelghtjnaiket bad trelglJl maljket and the fear fearthat fearthill fearthat
that the American At Anierj r kn n revulsion reacting reactingupon re reactingupon otIng otIngupon
upon the general business situation situationmight situationmight situationmight
might cause adteiptton n Us n of the Morgan Morganshipping Morganshipping Morganshipping
shipping compTnauonahd com coni1Tfiat 1iij fl n iI n thereby dis disorganize disorgtnjze
organize organ ze the fh fr freight Ijht market A repojft repojftwas r rpoxtWas p6jf p6jfWas 1
was also current that Austria will dl direct dlTCt dlret ¬
ret the flow of emigration from that thatcountry thatountry thatcountry
country through Trieste instead of via viaHamburg ylaHamburg viaBamburg
Hamburg and Bremen as at present presentis
is the case caseThe caseThe caseThe
The other departments of the market marketwere marketWere marketwere
were weak and dull this condition b bIng 00 001ng bIng
Ing attributed to the Wall street situ situvBHon sll1tlon situftttOn
> vBHon ftttOn tlon and the fall In Kaffirs on the Lon Lonjn Lonn Lonstock
jn n stock exchange exchangeTHREE e exchangeTHREE chan e eTHREE
THREE RULERS COMING COMINGPresident COMINGPresident COMINGPresident
President of France Englands EnglandsKing EnglandsKing EnglandsKing
King and Leopold of Belgium BelgiumMay Belgium4k
4k 4 May Visit St Louis LouisParis LouisParis LouisParIs
Paris Nov 16 16D 16Deputy Deputy puty De Loniele has hastoecn hasbeen hasbeen
been Interviewed interviewotiwith with regard to his state statement statement statement ¬
ment at the banquet of the Industrial IndustrialCommercial IndustrialComm Industrialommercial
Commercial Comm rclal and and Economical society Fri Friday Fniday rt rtday ¬
day that he had reCeived Informationthat Informationthat information informationthat
that the St Louis exposition commission commissionhad commissionhad commissionhad
had decided to Invite President Loubct Loubctto Loub > t tto
to visit America He says the matter was wasnot wagnot wasnot
not intended to bo made public It was a amere clmere amere
mere afterdinnor remark to which he hedid h hdid
did not attach much Importance whlpn whlpnwas whlftnwas whlJftwas I
was made to the exposition officials two twoyears twoyears twoyears
years ago He was surprised he says sayswhen sayswhn sayswhen
when he received Information from St StLouis StLouis StLouis
Louis that the idea might materialize and andthat andthat andthat
that a propsal prop ial to extend a formal lormalinvltn lormalinvltntion invita invitation Invitation ¬
tion to President Loubet to visit the ex exposition exposition exposition ¬
position was being seriously considered consideredI
1 attributed this action M De Loniele Lonielecontinued Lonleleontlnufd Lonieiecontinued
continued to a warm and profound Ilk Ilking liking ukIng
ing on the part of Americans for France Franceespecially FrancecspeClal1y Franceespecially
especially since the Rochambeau fetes fetesThe fetesTh fetesThe
The Th journey of Prince Henry Hcnr ot Prussia Prussiato
to the Fnited States S Stateahas tater has also made many manyAmerican man manJJ many4l
JJ American friends of France think that thatIf thl1t1C thatIf
If the German emperor thought proper properto
to send his brother to the launching laun ching of a ayatht aaht ayacht
yacht aht President Loubet might not be boindifferent belndlfflrent beindifhrent
indifferent to the Louisiana purchase purchaseThere purchaseThere purchaseThere
There arc few events In the history historyof
of France that are more glorious than thanthe thanth thanthe
the th cession of Louisiana by b Napoleon NapoleonBonaparte NapoleonBonaparte NapoleonBonaparte
Bonaparte when he was first consul The TheSt TheSt TheSt
St Louis exposition commission doubt doubtless daubtless doubtless ¬
less bPllcves that the best way of showing showingL showingmerlcag showingmenicas
L Americas gratitude to France would be bot beZt
6 t 11 invite the president of the third French Frenchafpubllc FrenchtrpUbllc Frenchpublic
Zt afpubllc public to the centennary celebration ot otthe ortie of4ie
trpUbllc the tie act of the first republic The Journey Journeywould journewauld journeywould
would be quite constitutional for prece precedents precedents precedents ¬
dents exist In the visits to Russia of the thelate thelate thelate
late President Faure and of President PresidentiKiubet PrcJ PresidentLoubet > ldent ldentIoubet
iKiubet himself It has be been n said that thatKing thatfiing thating
King ing Edward may ma go to the St Louis Louisexposition Louiscxposltion Louisexposition
exposition that probably that the Kind Kindof kJnltof kindo1
of the Belgians will also pay the exposi exposition exposition caposiion ¬
tion ion a visit Xf Il President Loubet goes he hewould hewould hewould
would certainly make a more triumphant triumphanttrip trlumphauttrll
trip > than did Prince Henry He r of Purssia PurssiaPBETENDEB PursslaPRETENDER PursalaPRETENDER
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PRETENDER IS CAPTTJSED CAPTTJSEDTanglers OAPTUREDTangiers CAPTtTEEDTangiers
Tangiers Morocco Nov No IS 16Acordln 16Acordlnto IlLAccordingto According Accordingto
to a report which has reached here from fromFez fromFez
Fez 11 the imperial troops have succeeded succeededin
in capturing the pretender to the th throne throneIt throneIt
It is stated that the sultan at the head headof hendor headof
of an army arm of 35000 000 men will direct In Inperson Inperson inperson
person the operations to put down the theuprising theUprising theuprising
uprising of the Kabyle tribesmen at atZemour atZpmour atZexnour
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ARMOUR PLANT is IS ISFire BURNED BURNEDFire
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Fire Destroys Buildings B ildingsJ Entire Equipment EquipmentJtivesto9k Livestockarid nd Dressed DressedI Dressed Dressedieats
d t Meats 1 of Company at Sioux City CitySpectacular CitySpectacularS Speptacular S fftct c la laEffects v vt I
t v Effects WereMany Were Many F FI 7
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C IOUX 10 UX CITY CiT Y Ia Nov 16 16Armaur 16ArmaurCoos Armour ArmourCos
S 3 Coos Cospaclcingplant1 packing plant which iviiiehjiel bleh occu occugiedfour occuRie
giedfour Rie jiel fqu Q ra acres risqr qflthe e stock sto k yards yardsand y8rdsand yardsandwas
and andwas was valued valued at DWo6o 9QO000 was totally totallydestroyedearljithisniorningiby totanydestroyed totallydestroyed
destroyedearljithisniorningiby destroyed eaJlythism easlthis ncinnIngiby tnin by a fire firebuilding fi fiw firefl
w p fl the the sei floor oF
the t rlUizer building an ahi lsf thought thoughtby
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by Manager Lennon to haye hay been due dueeither dueeither dueeither
either to spontaneous combustion or to toan toan toan
an imperfect drier The loss is partly partlycovered partlycavered partlycovered
covered by 721500 215 insurance Five Fivehundred Fivehundred Fivehundred
hundred men are thrown out of em employment employment eatployment ¬
ployment by the fIre flreWithin fIIeVI fIreWithin
Within VI thin an hour after the fire was wasdiscovered wasdiscovered wasdiscovered
discovered by a watchman six streams streamsof
of water were being 1i ng thrown upon the theflames th thflames theflames
flames which were gutting the fer fertilizer fertllizer fertillzer ¬
tilizer building 120x60 feet and four fourstories fourstarIes fourStories
stories high but the pressure was in inadequate Inadequate inadequate ¬
adequate Thefloors The floors and contents of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the building burned like chaff The Theroof Theroof Theroof
roof soon fell felIand and the fire burst burstthrough burstthrough burstthrough
through intothejheef intoth beef killing house At Atthe Atthe Atthe
the same time the t cattle chute Ignited Ignitedand ignitedand Ignitedand
and in five minutes fell with a heavy heavycrash heavycrash
crash Once irr the beef killing house housethe housethe housethe
the flames began to dance madly From Fromthis Fromthis
this house to the t e oleomargarine build building building building ¬
ing was only a step and when the theoils theoUs theojIs
oils started to > burn the fire presented presenteda
a most spectacular appearance The Thebig Thebig Thebig
big beef house Containing ntai lng 500 carcasses carcassesnext carcassesnext carcassesnext
next caught fire and the th whole plant plantexcept plantexcept
except the hog hoghouse house was a lake of offire offire offire
fire The country for miles around aroundwas araundwas aroundwas
was lighted upj up Suddenly there was a aterrific at atOrrific
terrific t rrific detonation followed quickly by byanother byanather byanother
another then another Twentyfon Twentyfondrums Twentyfoldrums Twentyfotdrums
drums of 100 pjounds of ammonia each eachBOUGHT eachBOUGHT eachBOUGHT
BOUGHT CCOTHES WITH WITHMR WITHMR WITHLEWIS
MR LEWIS TEN TENSpecif TENd TENSpecipfto
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S Specif Specipfto SpeciLto Vtp The Herald HeraldCedar HeraldCedar
Cedar City TSpv pv 16 16Much 6 Much of the Re Republican Repub Republican ¬
publican pub II c un success1in success in the recent election In Inour Inour inour
our county wasdue wa Mduc to money forwarded forwardedfrom forwardedfrom
from the central committee and left by byA byA byA
A B Lewis the nominee for senatorial senatorialhonors sel1atorlal sel1atorlalhonors senatorialhonors I
honors from tlls tQldlstrlct district A good story is istold IStold istold
told of the latter gentleman In Summit Summita Summita1Ittle
a a1Ittle little townnJjr townn town nr rbY by Mr Lewis LcwisthOu thought thoughtto bt btto
to grease rease the thec campaign mp lgn machinery a lit little little littie ¬
tle by leaving 10 with a man to be used usedas usedas usedas
as he saw fitVto fit to advance tho Interests Interestsof Inter ts tsof
of Republicanism Republlcan m This man who Is a astanch astanch astanch
stanch Republican was not at home homebut hombutlhls homebuthis
but butlhls his wife liho q io Is a stanch Democrat Democratwas
was and she proceeded to buy a suit of ofclothes orclothes ofclothes
clothes for her h < < J boy bo with the 5w 111 before beforeMr befareMr beforeMr
Mr Lewis hail got out of town townCHOLEEA
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4 + 4 4CHOLERA
1 + CHOLERA IN MANILA MANILAf MA1aLAManila 4 4Manila +
+ f Manila Nov No 16 16The The number of ofchalera ofcholera + f ff
+ f cholera cases as s is increasing in this thiscity thiscity + f ff
f city and theUspread tn spread of the disease diseaseis + f ff
+ is i causing some alarm There are aref areon 4 4on +
+ f on an average a age of thirty cases casesdaily casesdaily + f ff
+ f daily The Th FunstOn reserve hos hosf haspltal hospital +
+ pltal the casual camp at Santa SantaMesa SantaMcsa + ff
+ f Mesa and Blfibld prison are now nowIncluded nowincluded + f ff
f Included among the places in infected infected + f ff
+ f fected Should the water supply supplybecom 4 4become f ff
+ f become infected a general epidemic 4 4Is f ff
+ f Is considered inevitable inevitableThe 4 4The f ff
+ f The reports from the provinces provinceshow 4 4how f ff
+ f how a decrease in the number of ofc1ses 4 4St f ff
St f cases i + f
+ + + + t + + + + + + + + + + + +
TWO APPLES FOOD FOR S1 SEVfJN SEVfiNCASTAWAYS SEVfiNCASTAWAYSLOND CASTAWAYS CASTAWAYSONDCftf
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+ r ONDCftf Nov 17 17The The Daily Dan Mails M u correspondent corre ndent at Wellington WeJl1ngtoncables + f fcables
4 LOND L cables that the two survivors of the wrecked wreckettateamer steamer Elangamite Elangamltewha 4 f fwho
3 who were rescued on a raft by b the British steamer Penguin went wentthraugh 4 f ff
4 + f through a dreadful experience The raft raftCtom from which they were taken takenmeasured takentl + f frf
tl measured only seven feet long by twelve feet fe e t wide und had seven per pcrsons perI + f ff
I rf f sons ns on ft when It left the wreck The only food foodoon on board was two ap app1es 4 4pies f ff
+ f pies The first apple was consumed consum d on Tuesday and the second on onVednes + f ff
4 f Wednesday Vednes ay each being divided Into sixteen slxteenporu stxtee portions ns From Sunday the theday + f ff
4 f day theywere they were wrecked until Thursday when they were rescued the sur surylvors 4 4vivors f
4 + vlvors drifted sixty miles on the half submerged sUbmergecfraft raft Several attempts attemptwere 4 4were f
4 + were made to land on the Three Kings islands Three men died Mon Monday Monday + f ff
+ f day night from drinking salt water AU of the survivors suffered su ered thetortures the +
4 4 tortures of thirst and four other men and the stewardess died of ex exhauslian cxhaustion f +
4 + haustion before they were picked up by the Penguin They had a cruel crueldsap 4 4disappointment f
4 + disappointment dsap Olntment Tuesday night A steamer was sighted in the distance distanceand 4 4and f
4 + and frantic shouts were raised by thpse pn the taft to attract attention atte1UonThe + f
4 4 The steamer lowered a boat which passed assed withinfifty within fifty > yards of them thembut thembut + f ft
+ t but the theb thebats boats ats crew crewapparently apparently did dldn not t see the rajand r raftand ft nd returned to their theirvessel 4 4vessel f ff
+ f vessel > 1 1Wh 4 f
4 4 When Wh n the Penguin was sighted only one ofthe of < survivors was ablef able
4 1 4 + to stand stan d and all were terribly emaciated rt + f
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 4 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
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exploded before the thereseryc reserve supply in inthe inthe inthe
the ammonia cistern was wasre reached hed That Thatexplosion ThatexploslDn Thatexplosion
explosion almost razed the entire plant plantThe plantThe plantThe
The flames were wcJ blown through the thefire theflr thefire
fire flr wall which separated thehog t the ehag hog lipuse lipusefrom kousefrom ause ausefrom
from the other buildings The hog hoghouse hoghouse hoghouse
house contained J500 500 dreSsed hogs gs and
2500000 poundsof porkproducts Stead Steadily SreadBy Steadily ¬
ily the fire crept against the th wind and andthrough andthrough andthrough
through the office oJfl e building Not a scrap scrapof scrapof scrapof
of Dai vaver > er was saved savedAfter savedAfter savedAfter
After the fire got good headway in inthe i ithe Inthe
the hog house the th shops chicken pack packing packing packing ¬
ing plant ice houses and ice runways runwaysand run runwaysand ys ysand
and smaller smalI department d houses ouses were wereconsumed werecansumed wereconsumed
consumed In i quick succession successionThe
The terrible roaring continued una unabated unabated unabated ¬
bated the high brick walls crumbled crumbledand crumbledand crumbledand
and crashed one by one and the th confla conflagratlon conflagration confiagration
gration gradually ate its way through throughbuilding througbbuilding throughbuilding
building after fter building The T e fire de department department department ¬
partment was helpless as itsapparatus itsapparatuswas
was inadequate The pressure ssure was washardly washardly vashardly
hardly strong enough to throW water waterto waterta
to the tb root of the pork porkhouse house When Whenthe Whenthe Wbe 1 1the
the V IalIs of this department bUrst the thefiremen thefiremen thefiremen
firemen played their streams upon the thebuildings thebun thebuildings
buildings bun lngs until daylight daylightThe dayIightThe daylightThe
The fire burnedall burned ll day arid this aft afternoon afternaon afternoon ¬
ernoon there was another terrific ex explosIon cxplosion j jplosion
plosion which threw bricksand bricks and pieces piecesof
of iron for hundreds s of ofyards yards No one onewas onewas onewas
was hurt hurtKansas hurtansas hurtKansas
Kansas ansas City MoNov MoNov16 Mo Nov16C 16 C W Ar Armour Armaur Armour ¬
mour of theArmour the Armour ArrnourPacklng Sacking company companystated companystated companystated
stated today that the plant at Sioux SiouxCity SiauxCity SiouxCity
City destroyed by fire last 1astnlght night would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be rebuilt at atonce once The Th Aew new plant will willbe willbe willbe
be much larger and flrier fiueithan than the one oneburned oneburned oneburned
burned burnedSOCIALISTS burnedSOCIAlISrSASK burnedSOC
SOCIALISTS SOCIAlISrSASK SOC IALISTSASK ASK PLACE PLACEWant PLACEWant PLACEWant
Want a Member mb r on Executive ExecutiveCouncil ExecutiveCouncil xecutiveCouncil
Council of American Americ n Federatlon Fed Federation Federation ¬
eration of Labor LaborNew LaborNew LaborNew
New Orleans Nov 16 16Th 16Thpre There re is a astrong astrong astrong
strong probabilitythat probabiI probabilily y thatihe that the executive executivecouncil executivecouncll executivecouncil
council of the he Am Athcan fTcan rrcanFed Federation ration of ofLabor ofLabar ofLabor
Labor will beenlarged ee enlarge fjrpm rom nine to toeleven toeleven toeleven
eleven membersat members at itl1epfesent the present conven convention c convention nven nvention ¬
tion and that one on of the additional additianalmembers additionalmembers additionalmembers
members will be a representative of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the socialistic wing of labor unions unionsThe uniansThe unionsThe
The socialists assert that they control controlnearly controlnearly controlnearly
nearly onethird o oj < the votes cast in inthe Inthe inthe
the convention and feel e1fairly fairly confi confident confident confident ¬
dent of getting one on manon man on the board boardThere baardThere boardThere
There is 1 a strong element opposed to tothe tothe tothe
the increase in number The he socialists socialistssay social1stssay socialistssay
say they do not expect to win without withouta
a fight but they do say saytpey j7iey jey will havewon have havewon havewon
won that much when the fight Is over overOnly overOnly overOnly
Only two twaclties cities h lve tve ve so far been men mentioned mentianed mentioned ¬
tioned as the place pl cetor for the next con convention conyentianButIaJo conventionBuffajo ¬
vention yentianButIaJo Buffalo and MIlwaukee The Thelatter Thelatter Thelatter
latter place claimsthe claims the better bet er right rightas rIghtas
as It has been a candidate three times timesand timesand timesand
and on each occasion has uts w1thdra withdrawn wn In Infavor infavor infavor
favor of the place in which the con convention conventian convendon ¬
vention was held heldW heldW heldW
W E Kennedy genera organizer of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the International Th Brotherhood thertoo of Elec Electrical Electrical Electnical ¬
trical Workers VQr ers has ha prepared a resolu resolution resolutlan resolution ¬
tion which he expects e pects wlll rll raise some something samething someththg ¬
thing of a breeze upon the floor oor of the theconvention theccnvenUon theconvention
convention It is to the effect that the thepresent thepresent thepresent
present local government Sovernm nt of pf the dis district district distnict ¬
trict of Columbia is antique and obso obsolete obsolete obsolete ¬
lete and that the Residents of the
district should be allowed allowe i to vote The Theresolution Theresolutlon Theresolution
resolution is certain of opposition as asit asIt asit
it Is the avowed policy of the federa federation federation federation ¬
tion to refrain from taking action on onpolitical onpolitical onpolitical
political matters mattersThe mattersTbe mattersThe
The visiting delegates were hand handsomely handsomely handsomely ¬
somely entertained e rtafned toda W the local localworkingmen localworkJngmep localWorlrlngmen
workingmen who arranged arraugedscveral several so social social social ¬
cial affairs for them during the after afternoon aft afternoon r rnoon ¬
noon and secured one of the theatres theatresfor theatreslOr theatresfor
for them tonight tonightGOVEXNOB tonightGOVENOR tonightS tonightGOVENO
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GOVEXNOB YATES ISCESOVUIG ISCESOVUIGSpringfield IMROVINGSpringfield 1tovmG 1tovmGSpringfield
Springfield Ills Nov 15 l ILPhysicians ILPhysiciansattending Physicians Physiciansattending Pl1yslclansattending
attending Governor Yates Y t s state st te tonight tonightthat tonl tonightthat t tthat
that they believe a turn fozfvthe rtha better betterhas betterhas betterhas
has developed For Forlve five hour hO hopzthis r8thlsmorn r8thlsmornIng ihls morn ¬
ing his temperature remainedstationary remainedstationaryat reIIJanc renaInetI stationary statlonaryat
at 99 35 35degre degrees < only on tme > above thenormal the thenormal thenormal
normal This i f thfelQwestmatkglnce tQ since the thebeginning th thJ1eginning theleginning
J1eginning beginning of fthe le s gqernprs QvetnpisUnes ° VenPrs illness 1qnes twen twentythrce twentytbrce twentythrec
tythrce days 4so ago go
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Flagmans Mistake Mis ake Bringson BringsonCollision BrinonCollisi ririi on onColHsi
Collision ColHsi n of Train Tfaiand TfaiandElectric and oaridT x xElectric
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Electric Cars CarsChicago C CarChicago rs rsChlcago
Chicago Nov 16 I6Onemanva Qnerman ne atl was killed killedand killedand lJi ci ciand
and a dozen men women womenmore WontehJldr sndchildreli sndchildrelimore hJldr t tmore
more or less serlonsly serlot slr injuredin InjtIr injued5ina injued5inacollision J 41tL 41tLc01J1sion Il Ilcollision
collision today between bebv ena a Wes Western ern ave avenue ay aynue ayenue ¬
nue electric train and Chicago a aChicagolington Bnr BnrHngrton Jnx JnxI1ngton >
Hngrton Quincy freight train atrtjie atrtjieEighteenth att at tiC tiCEighteenth e eEighteenth
Eighteenth street crossing crossingThe crossingThe crossingThe
The motor car and nd trail trailer r which whichmake Whichmake whjcjtmake
make up the elec6iQtraintwere elec6iQtraintwereonly electt1 t nitin lb i weye weyeerowdei f fc1oVded
c1oVded wi ltk paengejfl pa eng tt gnd4t d t s sonly
only by a miracletthat miracl li t so manytescaped manytescapedinstant manyescapedinstant ma ± iescapet1 iescapet1instant
instant death deathThe deathThe deathThe
The deadHugh dead deadHugh 2 2Hugh
Hugh Curran passenger on street streetcar 3tJeetcar tietcar
car carThe The Injured InjuredJoseph injuredT InjuredJoseph
Joseph T seph Dedrich severely Injured and andleft andleft 1
left leg badly crushed crushedMrs crushedMrs crushedMrs
Mrs Dedrich both arms armsbrokenand armsbrokenandbOdy brokeriand brokeriandbody brokeiandbody
body bruised bruisedJoseph bruisedJosep bruisedJoseph
Joseph hL pedrIch Dedrich jr left shoulder dis dislocated d1 d1located dlslocated ¬
located and pd scalp wounds woundsFrank woundsFrankDedrich ffv ffvFrank
Frank FrankDedrich Dedrich DedrichbadlybruJsea badly bruised and andcut andcut andcut
cut about the head and andbody andbodyja body bodyMarnt v vMamfe
Mamfe ja Marnt Dedrich face lacerated lacerat d and andbodycruised an anbody tif tifbodYtlruised
bodycruised bodycruisedT body tiruised tiruisedT
T Brown Bro back injured serious seriousFrank seriausFrank seriousFrank
Frank Gayle motorman bruised bruisedabout bruisedabout braisedabout
about head and body bodyAlex bodyAlex r rAlex
Alex Langford conductor bntraller bntrallerfour on bntrailerfour ttaner ttanerfour
four ribs broken bro enand and severely cutand cutandbruised cutandbruised cut and andbruised
bruised about ab ut body bodyJ
J Egan conductor motor car carright carrightleg right rightleg rightleg
leg broken brokenA
A mistake of the flagman at the thecrossing thecrossing thecrossing
crossing was responsible for theacci theaccident the accI accIdent ccl ccldent ¬
dent The freight train which con consisted consisted consisted ¬
sisted of fortytwo cars with an en engine engIrie engirie ¬
gIrie at either end broke intwo in tw two as it itneared itneared Itneared
neared Western avenue The front frontIjart frontIlart frontpart
part of the train passed thecrosslng thecrosslngand the crossing crossingand crossingand
and the flagman not noticing the re remaining remaining remaining ¬
maining portion of the train coming comingat
at full speed half a block away awa pulled pulledup pulledup pulledup
up the gates and gave the signal that thatthe thatthe at atthe
the crossing was clear The electric electrictrain electrictraIn electrIctrain
train which had been waiting for the thetrain thetrain thetrain
train to pass started to cross the thetracks thetracks thetracks
tracks and was hit square in the mid middle middle middIe ¬
dle by the last half of the freight train trainBoth trainBoth trainBoth
Both of the street cars were Over Overturned 6verturned Oerturned ¬
turned in the ditch by ttIe collisions collisionsSeveral caJUslonJS colijsionjSdveral
Several S veral of the passengers noticed the thedanger thedanger thedanger
danger in time to jump before bef rethe the ac accident accident ancident ¬
cident happened but the greater por portion par partlon portion ¬
tion were jammed in the doors ofthe ofthecars of tti tticars te tecars
cars unable to get out When the two twotrains tWQtrains twotrains
trains came together the passengers passengerswere passeng passengdrswere rs rswere
were thrown in every direction directionThe directionIlhe directionThe
The flagmanand fiagman and the men in charge chargeof
of the street car have been placed placedun placedunden un under under ¬
der arrest arrestMAY arrestAYHIT arrestMAY
MAY AYHIT HIT CANADA CANADABAGK CANADABAGKUnited CANADABACKUnited BACK BACKUnited
United States Considering levying levyingDuty L LevyingDuty yYing yYingDnty
Duty on Sawed Timber TimberToronto TimberToronto TimberToronto
Toronto Ont Nov 16 16Canadian 16Canadianlumbermen Canadian Canadianlumbermen nadlan nadlanlumbermen
lumbermen who are in touch with withwhat withwhat ith ithwhat
what is going on at Washington and andin andin andin
in Canadian government circles are arealarmed arealarmed arealarmed
alarmed over the rumor that a a duty if f
4 per 1000 feet will be levied on Calia Caliadlan Ca1 Cahadian a adlan
dlan sawed lumber entering the th United UnitedStates Unlt UnitedStates d dStates
States It Is said that the measure measure is isintended isIntended isIntended
intended as a reDrlsal for the action actionof
of the provincial governments of ofOn ofOntaria On Ontario Ontario ¬
tario and Quebec in placing an embargo embargoon
on the export pulp wood A number numberof
of pulp mills on the northern borders bordersof
of the United States were dependent dependentlargely dependentlargely epend nt ntlargely
largely on Canada for pulp wood and andthese andthese andthese
these have suffered by the embargo embargoNo
No effective reprisal canbe can betak be taken takenIn takdnin n nIn
In connection with the pulp industry industryso
so an effort it Is Isallcged alleged is ison on foot fODtfo fODtfostrike to tostrike tostrike
strike at Canada through the th sawn sawnlumber sawnlumber sawnlumber
lumber industry Sir Wilfrid ViJfrldLaurler Laurier Launleri
ls is i anxious that the governments gov rpments of ofboth cjf cjfboth f fboth
both Ontario and Quebec should take takesome taJtesome takesome
some step that will mitigate the al alleged iiileged 1 1I ¬
leged grievance of the American Americ n pulp
men It i ig possible that on hiscorn hIs coin
I ing trip to Virginia Sir Wilfrid W11fnIdalll nvlll
discuss the matter matt r with the American Americangovernment AmerIc ArnenIcagovernment n ngovernment
government governmentf
II IIGSORGE
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
4 4
+ f GEORGE zt HENTY 3JISSV 3JISSVf DIES DIESLandon 4 +
4 + 4
4 f London Nov IS 16George George Alfred AlfredHenty 4 f ff
f Henty the well known authpr auth r and andformer 4 4former f
+ former correspondent died today 4 4
f Mr Henty Hentyls H nty Is known knownespecl especially ly lyto 4 4 +
4 f to the boys b s present and mdp past st stthrougbout 4 f ff
4 f throughout the English speaklngx speaklngxf speakiIigworld +
4 f world by reason of his works worcsot worcsotadv of 4 4f 4 +
4 f adventure adv nture + f fJCZCES
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
1 JCZCES Jl S LESt TOUR TOURManila TOURtanll TOURTanila
Manila tanll Nov > nv1KG 16 iiiGeneral General enera Jaijn JaijnCamp tItC 1 Yl ssited ssitedcamp Sit rt rtcamp
Camp Vicars InMIndanao yggtfe yggtfethe Jr t tuiSniI tuiSniIthe tri1 Y4 ntl ntlth
th the town of Zamboanga Zamboan toda to tod todL < 1If 1Iff >
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f 1
POSSUM POSSjMtR FOR FORDinner fOROVLL J1lfJjj V15t T Tit IDinner
it itn
HW Dinner n er the Event Eventof v nt of the Day in MississippiHunting MisSissJppi H ntipg Camp CaippGuide CaippGuidew CapGuidePromises Guide
w Promises Better BetterSport Sport For Fo = President But Butf ButWeather
f 2 Weather Conditions ConditionsAreB Are Bad 9
MEDES ME DES Miss Nov 16 16SU 16Sunday Sunday nday was wasa
SMEDES 1
S a quiet day at the presidents camp campon campon campon
on Little Sunflower S riflawer There was no nount nohunt
unt but the jiresidenf nres1d nres1denand n and andf andseveral andseveralm several severalbr severalznembeqt
m znembeqt mb J Qt ih the theothourz i 31UI a f ca cat <
br othourz t hours in the morning m rmngrambUng rambling over overt oyertlie overtIe
t tIe fc forest rorest trails on their horses Din Dinner Dinr lilancr ¬
ncr r was the chief event of the day dayThe dayThe dayThe
The menu men included roast beef possum possumand possumA possumand
and A 1dsweet sweet potatoes Dinner was served servedncamp servedin
in ncamp camp eampstyleon style on a rough pine board boardtable boardt boardtable
table t blesetlIP set up in tl1e the open air Tin plates platesand platesI
and I nd d tin cups were used There were iot iotenough latnoug Iotenoug
enough noug knives andxforks to to go around aroundand aroundl1d aroundand
and l1d the t1i tl colored cook co ok announced to the theamusement theamusOment
amusement of everybody ev tbady as the party partysat I
sat down downthat that on account of the scar scarffity zccrty near4ity
ffity ty offithe of th articles he had distributedthem distributed distributedthem I Ithem
them only to the colonel as the thepresident thepre1dent
president In invariably called in camp campand campnd campand
and nd the foreign gentleman The Thepresident ThepresIdent Theresident
president is enjoying his outing very verymuch veryJJ1Pch verympch
much He has not had three days of ofsuch ofsuch ofsuch
such complete freedom and rest restsil1ce since sincehe sincehe
he entered the White House HouseThe HouseTJe HouseThe
The insurgent newspaper men re returned returned returned ¬
turned to the assault today Having
been repulsed on the land side by Mr MrMangums MrIangums MriIangums
Mangums pickets they resolved today todayto
to try to effect an entrance en trance to the camp campBy campoy camply
By the water route A boat was char chartered chartered ¬
tered at Vicksburg VicRsburgaccarding according to the thestory thestory I
story in circulation here and it was wasFIREMAN wasFIREMAN wasFIREMAN
FIREMAN IS KILLED KILLEDCollision KI KILLEDCollision LLED LLEDCollision
Collision on Joint Track ofColo ofColorado orColorado of Colo Colorado
rado Midland and Rio RioGrande RioGrande RioGrande
Grande Fatal FatalRifle FatalRifle FatalRifle
Rifle Colo Cob Nov 16 16A A collision be between between between ¬
tween an extra stock train of the Cola Colorado Colarado Cob Cobrado ¬
rado Midland road and anda a freight train trainof
of 0 the Rio Grande road ro d a halfmile halfmilewest halfmilewest
west estof of here herecaused caused the death of E R RThorp RTharp RTliorp
Thorp fireman of one of the Midland Midlandengines Midlandngines Midlandengines
engines ngines The accident occurred on the theJoint thejoint thejoint
Joint track of the two roads roadsThe roadsThe roadsThe
The following persons were Injured InjuredFred injuredFred injuredFred
Fred Slifter Midland engineer Jeft Jeftarm Jeltar Jet t tarm
arm ar nand and right hand broken otherwise otherwiseslightly otherwiseslightly otherwiseslightly
slightly injured injuredW
W V B Crawford Rio Grande brake brakeman brakeman brakeman
man back injured injuredAustin injuredAustin
Austin Gavin livestock agent for the theI theMidland theMidland 1
I Midland all the ribs on left side sidebroken sIdebraken sidebroken
broken and internal injuries injuriesLem injuriesLern
Lem Miller Rio Grande engineer engineerbadly engineerbadly engineerbadly I
badly scalded cut ut about head and face faceR faceR i
R G Richardson Rio Grande fire fireman fireIlian lireman ¬
man scalded and severely cut and andbruised andbruised I
bruised bruisedAndy bru bruisedTAndy
bruAndy
Andy Danielson and A S Miller en engineer enElneer enginuer ¬
gineer and fireman of Midland helper helperengine helperengine helperengine
engine engineJ
J W Crawford Crawfordand and Dave Havlint HayJjn HayJjnMidland HaylinMidland
Midland brakemen and Joe Rawlins RawlinsMidland Rawlins1Udland Rawlinsdldland
Midland conductor were Slightly in injured injured iiijured ¬
jured juredSlifter juredSIiCter juredSlifter
Slifter and Gavin were taken to the theMidland theMidHind theMidland
Midland hospital haspitalat Tat Colorado Springs Springsand Springsand Springsand
and Miller was placed in the hospital hospitalat
at Grand Junction Trafflc was delayed delayedseventeen delayedventeen delayedseventeen
seventeen hours hoursThe b hoursThb urs c cT
The T damage amage to stockand stock and and equipment equipmentamounts equipmentamounts equipmentamounts
amounts to about 100000 100000NOTABLE 100000NOTABLE 100000NOTABLE
NOTABLE DEAD DEADCleveland DEADCleveland DEADCleveland
Cleveland Cleveland 0 Nov N v 16 16J J H Outhwaite Outnwaiteone Outhwaiteone
one one of the most prominent citizens or brCleveland ofCleveland
Cleveland died In New York City yester yesterday yesterday ¬
day 4 y as the result res lt of a = surgical operation operationLondon operationLondon operationLondon
London Nov 16 16Prince Prince Edward of ofSaxeWeimar otS ofSaxeWeirnar
SaxeWeimar S xeVei ar diet here today from con congestion congestion congestion ¬
gestion or the kidney kidneygI kidneysDB
4 II IIJ1t
I PR JOSEPH PARKEB VERY iLL niI iLLLondon ILLLondon
I London Nov 16 16A A bulletin buUetinlssued issued by byI 1 by5 by5hospital > y yh
I hospital h spltal physicians today says the con conj condition conditlon
j dition of Dr Joseph Parker pastor of otI oft ofthe
I the t City Temple who has been lying se seriously seriousl asniously
riously riousl ill for some months has now be become become become
come verycrIU very critical criticalPHILIPPINE aI aIPIInIPPINE
4 4PBILIPPINI
PHILIPPINE TREASURY LOSSES LOSSESManila LOSSES14anlla LOSSES2daniia
Manila Nov 16 16AudUar Auditor Lawshe LaWsheilg LaWsheilgures fig figures figurea ¬
ures up the losses to the Philippine Ph1fpplnetreas Ph1fpplnetreast1rYon treas treasjy treaspry
t1rYon pry jy on account ofthe olhedeprecfation depreciation of sl slVe 511YiJ5since slir8tnee
Ve YiJ5since r8tnee since January Including the last de deHne delIJ1eat de1ise1at
Hne lIJ1eat irt t10 1 ioi00 < S1000 4 OOO gold
reported to have left that place at 3 3oclock
this morning The route of the theexpedition theexpeditian theexpedito
expedition Is to be up the Mississippi Mississippito
to the mouth of 0LUie tile Yazop thence up upe uphe
he iaterzLueto 1att riltertQ L1eB theBigSunfiower Igosunfia W
e dtSaric3 if d owing W ng to thftbends in the theriyer therher thericer
ricer is over forty miles but If the theparty thep theparty
party p rty started start d it did didnot not reach its desti destination destination destination ¬
nation The rivermen say there is now nowa
a sand bar at the mouth of the Yazoo Yazoowhich Yazoowhich Yazoowhich
which would stop any craft drawing drawingover drawtngover drawingover
over twelve tvelveinches tvelveinchesThe inches inchesThe inchesThe
The Chicago party which Is hunting huntingwith huntingwith huntingwith
with Bob Babes pack of hounds houndsseventy houndsseventy houndsseventy
seventy miles north of here is reported reportedto
to have had better luck than the theip presi ipresidents presidents esi esidents ¬
dents party according accardingto to a messagereceived message messagereceived messagereceived
received here today The party during duringthe duringthe duringthe
the last week bagged eleven deer and andfour andfour andfour
four bears
Holt Colliers dander is up and he hevows hevaws hevows
vows that t at the colonel will not go gohpme gahQme gohQme
hQme empty handed His dogs had a agood agoad agood
good rest today and nd will be in fine con condition condition condition ¬
dition to resume the chase tomorrow tomorrowThe tamarrawThe tomorrowThe
The weather tonight however is not notfavorable notfavcrable notfavcrable
favcrable It has turned colder and andrain andrain andrain
rain is falling fallingA
A report circulated among the col colored colored eelored ¬
ored people that the president was wascoming wascaming wascoming
coming to Smedes today attracted attractedabout attractedabalt attractedabot1OOO
about abot1OOO 1000 negroes to the station They Theywaited TheyWaited Theywaited
waited here until dark before they theywould theywould theywould
would be convinced that the report was wasincorrect wasIncorrect as asincorrect
incorrect incorrectCHAFFEE incorrectCHAFFEE IncorrectCHAFFEE
CHAFFEE COMPLACENT COMPLACENTSays
Says S ysThat That Conditions in the Philip Philippines Philippines Philippines ¬
pines Are Good GoodOmaha GoodOmaha GoodOmaha
Omaha Nov 16 16General General Adna R
Chaffee and andstaf staff en route from the thePhilippines thePhUlpplnes thePhilippines
Philippines to New flw York where he will willtake willtake willtake
take command of f the department of the thecast thecast theeast
cast passed through Omaha today Gen General General Gencml ¬
eral Chaffee will reach Chicago tomorrow tomorrowwhere tomorrowwhere tomorrowwherb
where he will be banqueted before going
to Washington WashingtonGeneral WashingtonGeneral VashingtonGeneral
General Chafee C afee said the general condi condition condltion condition ¬
tion in the islands was gw good > d He declared declaredthe declaredthe 1 1the
the people were gradually learning to torecognize torecognize torecognize
recognize the civil authorities and to togrow togtow togrow
grow contented under it and that he an anticipated anticipaled anticipaled ¬ I
ticipaled Jitfle further trouble troubleEvenin troubleEvenIn troubleEvenin
Evenin Samar said the general g neral uan uanis all allis aflis
is now Quiet or at least was when I left leftthere Jeftthere leftthere
there six weeks ago agoGeneral agoGeneralChaleo agoGeneratChafee
General GeneralChaleo Chafee said the treaty with the thesultan thesultan thesultan
sultan of Sulu had been abrogated abrogatedVice abrogatedVice abrogatedVice
Vice Governor Wright right whp Isone Is one or orthe otthepam ortheparty
the thepam party said Business there Is in increasing incr increasing ¬
creasing cr aslng and nd genera general prosperity is ap apparent apparent ¬
parent Inthe In the islands islandsHe fslandsHe islandsHe
He said that thatowIug owing to the war ar all the thedraft thedraft thedraft
draft animals had been killed in certain certainsections certainsections certainsections
sections and that as a result the natives nativeswere nativeswere nativeswere
were unable to cultivate or harvest their theircrops thClrcr thawcrOps
crops cr ps which resulted in suffering In those thosedistricts thosedistricts I Idistricts
districts but that the general tone there therewas therewas therewas
was gpod gpodt goadTEAOHER
s
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + 444 + + + +
4 + +
+ 4TEACEER t TEACHEB ENDS HER LIFE UPENew LIFENew LIFENew +
+ New York Nov Na 16 1eDread Dread of ofbeing ofbeing +
+ being summoned to answer a ach1lrge 4 4charge f fcharge
+ charge of roughly treating one of ofthe 4 +
4 4 the children of her Vlass lass is sup supposed +
f posed to have been the cause Muse of ofthe +
4 f the suicide of Miss Mis5celia Celia BUleson BUlesonfa EUIesanapublic + 4a
+ fa apublic a public school teacher who died diedtoda + 4today
+ + f today toda after drinking carbolic carbolicacld carbolicacldMiss acid acidMiss +
+ f Miss Ettleson Ettlesonwh who was 22 years years01d yearsold + f
+ fold old was the daughter of a Chif Chi ChigoI Chimgo +
+ f nago goI merchant 1 chant 1 + f
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
CLAIMS MINERS MINERSARE MINERSARE MINERSARE
ARE WELL WELLPAID WELLPAIDLehigh PAIDLehigh PAID
Lehigh Coal Navigation N NavigationCom NavigationCompa Yigalti nCom nCompany Com CompanyFiles ¬ E
panyFiles pany pa fFiles Files Statement StatementA StatementrPLEA Statem Statemt StatemAPLEA
A 4 4A t
rPLEA APLEA A PLEA OF SMALL PROFITS PROFITSDEPENDS PROFITSEFENDS
I
EFENDS > OPERATORS AGAINST AGAINSTACCUSATIONS AGAINSTACCUSATIONS AINSr AINSrACCUsATIONS
ACCUSATIONS ACCUSATIONSPHILADELPHIA ACCUsATIONSp ACCUSATIONSIUIDELPIttL
+
PHILADELPHIA HILoDELPHIbp IUIDELPIttL Pa No Noit i IS l 16The Ttao Ttaostatement Thostatefuentof
p 1 statement statefuentof of the I L4Mgli igh gh Coal CoalNavigation CoalNavIgation CoalNavigation
Navigation NavIgation company submitted to tothe totbe tothe
the anthracite antkraeteooal coal s r commission commissionnow commls lon
now In session at Serenton S in answer answerto answerto
to th t this 1 demands 4emands of the miners was wasmade wasmaAif wasma4Ie
made public hero eJo tod today The answer re recites recites ¬
cites cltesd8veJOIJIftEIDt davetopmsnt of tti the company from fromthe frontthe
the tb date of its charterIn n 1SSS 182 refers to tothe tothe tothe
the expense pens of operation and to the thecomparatively thecomplUatlvely thecomjntratfeely
comparatively small ncofits PllOfI and de declares dodares ¬ t tclan
dares clan s the e demand emand of oftbe the employee for loran roran foran
an an increase Increa < e of 20 per percent cent Is unjustifi unjusuaable unjustillable unjustifiable ¬
able and states that the thsreasons reasons giv gi giIn n nin S
in support s PP rt of the demand are not notfounded JIOtfQunded mistfauudedonact
founded fauudedonact fauudedonactomparflje an fact factA fBc fBcieeomDanyfn
eomnaayini A omparflje the sttemeat temeDt
are two twoiexhibits t tetbits 2 2ehibits
iexhibits One Oneshows shows th earnings earningaRf of f
the employes of the theco company mVWIY for toryear foryear one oneyear
year based on the time worked during dUl
11991 the th number of the t e several classes classesof claslMOf clasnntOf
of workmen and the rates Spald paid accord ¬
ing I g to the payroll payrollforthe for the first half of
May lf 1902 The other otht Is a catalogue of ofj Glovert ofovert
j overt acts charged to the striking em emI CIQplcy emplcyei
I pfcyes plcy s of the company during the re recent reeent recent ¬
cent contest the riots assaults and
disturbances of various kinds number numbered ¬
ed at upwards of sixty
The answer states statesThe statesThe statesThe
The Lehign Coal Navigation com company c cornpany m mpany ¬
pany is the oldest corporation corJ ratIon engaged engagedin
in the mining of coal in the anthracite anthraciteregion anthraciteregJon anthraciteregion
region It was chartered in 1S22 lS and andwas andwas andwas
was the successor of the Lehigh Coal
Mining Minlngcompany company which was organized
in England in 1793 1 98 It also acquired acquiredcertain acquiredcertain acquiredcertain
certain Eights on the th Lehigh river riverwhich riverWhich riverwhich
which were granted In ISIS ISISGreat 181SGreat iSISGreat
Great Area of Land LandIt
It owns and controls about ab ut 14WO 14WOacres 14HOa 14140aCres
acres a aCres res of coal lands in Carbon and andS andSehuylkiui
Schuylkili S counties which are esti estimated estimated estimated ¬
mated to contain over 500000WO tons tonsof tonsof tonsof
of available unmined coal Its em employes employes empboyes ¬
ployes number about 6000 and its ca capacity capacity capacity ¬
pacity of production is oyer over 200000 tons tonsa
a month Its capital stock and funded fundeddebt
debt amounts to upwards of 73000080 T30O00oeAll 73000080All i31IOO0I9All
All of its capital stock and bonds were wereissued wereissued wereIssued
issued for full value but although its itsmore Itsn10re itsmore
more important coal lands were pur purchased purehased purchased ¬
chased at a time when the country was wasa
a wilderness and all its lands have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been acquired at moderate prices the thedividends thedhtldends thedividends
dividends upon its capital stock to date dateonly dtenly dateonly
only < < nly average aVClage402 402 per percent cent Tbepgoflt Tbepgoflton T ep flt fltan
on coal mined by the company during
the ten years ending endingDee Dec 31 1901 has l1asavemetfl1t9 hasaverfged11W hsxaverdged
averfged11W averdged 1140 cents per ton after aftercharging afttIrcharging aftrcharging
charging off taXeS on coalland coal landand and anwde anwdepreciatio de depreciationbut depreciationbut ¬
preciationbut preciatio 1 but not inelutiingrany charge chargefor cbargefor chargefor
for royally roy Uy which represents the theah1e vatne vatneof vahmeof
of the coal in the ground Nor were werethe werethe werethe
the rates rateso of freight upon the railroad railroadexorbitant ntilroodexorbitant railroadexorbitant
exorbitant as is shown by b the fact that thatthe tbttheca1npany thatthe
the theca1npany company operated its own canal canaland canaland canaland
and found it advantageous v ntageous to send the thecoal tilecoal thecoal
coal to marketover market over the railroad rather ratherthan ratherthen ratherthan
than by the canal canalReferring ca131Referring canalReferring
Referring to the claim of oft the theminers theminersthat miners eminersthat minersthat
that better wages are ar paid in the thebituminous thebituminous
bituminous fields for substantially SUb tantf Uy sim similar simI ¬
ilar work the answer states statesGood sttesGood t tes tesGood
I
Good Wages Wagesthe the Rule
This company companydoes does not know what whatrate whatrate whatrate
rate of wages is paid in thfebituminous thfebituminouscoal the bituminous bituminouscoal
coal fields throughout the country but butthere butthere butthere
there is nowhere in any fields substan substantially substantially bstan bstantIaUy ¬
tially similar work to that which Is Isdone isdone isdone
done under contract in the mines of ofthis orthis ofthis
this company It is a fact however howeverthat haweverthat howeverthat
that miners of ordinary skill and ex experience experience cxperience ¬
perience have always been beenabJe able to go gofrbm gofrbm gofrbm
frbm the mines of this company toiany toianyother totanYother toanyother
other mining region throughout the thacountry thecountry thecountry
country and obtain employment In
1891 for a day of ten hours contract contractminers contractminers contractminers
miners earned an average of 314 per perdayskilled perday perday
dayskilled day skilled laborers 231 unskilled unskilledlaborers unskilledlabarers unskilledlaborers
laborers SLS3 183 boys 1 for or work under underground underground underground ¬
ground The rates for outside labor laboraverage laboraverage laboraverage
average as follows followsSkilled r t tSkUled i iSkilled
Skilled labor 196 ungklliea labor labor12S
128 boys 77 cents The average an annual annual annual
nual earnings of adults were we 47iX 47iXDenial 47iiDenial 47i 47iDenial
Denial is made of the claim claimof of the theminers theminers theminers
miners that their earnings are insuf insufficient insufficient tnsufficient ¬
ficient to maintain the American stand standard standard standard ¬
ard of living and concerning the em employesof f1IJplayesof employesof ¬
ployesof the t e Lehigh Coal Navigation Navigationcompany Navigationcampany havIgationcompany
company these figures are given givenOut givenOut givenOut
Out of 3063 families S70 own their theirown theirawn theirown
own homes Pianos will be found in
146 and house organs organsI in l 337 The com company cornpany ¬
pany owns and rents to Jts It employes
671 houses at a an average rental of
475 per month The Thecharacterof Thecharacterofthese character of ofthese ofthese
these houses is fully up to the th average averagein
in any part of the country occupied occupiedby
by any other class of workmen It Ithas Ithas Ithas
has been the policy pl > Ucy of the theoompany theoompanyto company companyto
to sell surface rights to those of Its Itsemployes itsemplayes itsemployas
employes who desire to put up their theirown theirown theirown
own houses and andfor for many manyyears years there therehas therehas therehas
has been a steady stead demand on this ac account Recount account ¬
count The town of Summit Hill has hasa
a population of about 3000 and almost almostthe almostthe almostthe
the entire surface with the dwellings dwellingsis
is now owned and occupied by em employes emplayes etaployes ¬
ployes of the company companyHome companyHome companyEome
Home of o Education EducationThe
The families of the employes have haveschool haveschaol haveschool
school accommodations with capable capableteachers capableteachers capableteachers
teachers and over 1000 children are In Inattendancewhile inattendance inattendance
attendancewhile attendance while over 75 per cent of ofthe ofthe otthe
the whole fund expended in the region regionis
is derived from taxes paid by this thiscompany thIscompany thiscompany
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WOMAN RISES AS A BRITISH BRITISHlEAR LEADER LEADERODON
4 1 ODON ON Nov ISThe IS The dullness of the political 1 atmosphere atmas phere has been beenr beendlsp + I
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4 + iSI r dispelled dlsp Jled by the appearance of a m new leader namely Lady Cole 4
45 1 brook Not Notslnce since Disraelis time has a woman taken such anactive an a a2tlve a2tlvepart tive tivet +
t f part in inner political circles circlesf 4
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4 f Lady LadJColebrook Colebrook Is now regardedas the Deus exMachlna et rachina of ofLord ofLordRoseberys Lord 4 S
+ 4 f Roseberys party wherever she goes and she goes almost everywhere everywhexechamt 4
4 f championing chamt > r nin5 the expremiers cause Society credits this talented and andfascinating 4
4 f fascinating woman with several defections wHIch have occurred from fromSir +
4 f Sir Henry CampbellBannermans section of othe the liberal party She is isf isexceptlonally 4
4 f exceptionally interesting to Americans as she has two sistersinlaw w wwha 4
4 f who are well known on the t e other side of the Atlantic her brother brother1hur brotherA1hur +
+ f Arthur 1hur Paget Pagetbatng havIng married Miss Mary Stevens and her brother brotherf brotherAlmeric 4 4Aimeric
+ Almeric having haVlngmarried married Pauline daughter of William C Whitney of off ofNew 4 4New
+ f New York Lady Colebrook is gifted gift d with rare intelligence lteJUgenceand and an ex exf exeI1ent 4 4cellent
+ f cellent eI1ent voice v lce she can canbe be seen at all the principal race r ce meetings mee gs and andf andsocial 4
4 f social gatherings gathe in s and the catholicity of herpolitical her pp1iticafrien political friendships shlps cart cdnf h hbe 4
4 f be judged from the fact that after a arecent1ar recent large receptionritp neliberal tfieiberollea Uie neliberalf liberal liberalJeague +
+ f league lea she stayed at the Duke of Devonshiresfon Devonshires f l rthe he e Derbyraces Derbyracesf D DrbyracesLaM rbyracesLardR05 +
+ f Lord LardR05 Rosebery b has gained a powerful aIlYi11 ally lly v lt6stleadershipis lt selead seleadrshipjs rshIpis more moreopcnthan 4 +
4 4 open opcnthan than his own Si Sir SirEvmmrd Eljy Edjyard rq Colebrook seldcti seld m Is seenjln public and andsjgen 4 42isudritllykitOwiinS
+ 4 2isudritllykitOwiinS sjgen Sg e rh1JjkDawnitsa aly known as aTjoSk bb k warm i ir
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