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j 2 THE rHEswr SALT L LAKHERALD LAKE tK IIEI HERALD ALD 1IID FRIDAYDECEMBERS FRIDAY y DECEMBER 8 ln03c 19 1905
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GOOD READING READINGFOR READ1GFOR
FOR GRAND JURYFerome JURY JURYJerome I IL
L I IJerome
Jerome Wants Report of Insurance InsuranceInvestigating InsuranceInvestigting j
Investigating Investig tillg Committee CommitteeCRIMINAL CommitteeCRIMINAL i
1 1CRIMINAL
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CRIMINAL ACTION LIKELY LIKELYSOME LIKELYSQME
I I50M
SOME 50M MORE SENSATIONAL TES TESTIMONY TESTIMONV TESTIMON ¬
TIMONY TIMONV TIMONVN TIMONI
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M lEVV E YORK YORli Dec ec 7 7A 7MtiitIon Attention tt ntl n wa was o orented dr dl dli >
i N 1 rented r ted to t pw MopMriulttty ugit of t crim criminal crt crtinal ¬
1 inal action jsrowlajc c out of the rn rnx totiit hititiOi
x stiRrttion tiit on of lift Ut IneMranee tIU1Ot methods hy hyi b bt byi4t
i visit i i4t it paid by b District Iatrlct Attorney Attou y Jerome Jerometh
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> th thtt legislative Ie a1t1ve eommttt tt white it itj itd t thoIdin
j holding hoIdin He ft hetirinv Iafl in the city hAil halltKiay hailday
dar > day Mr Jerome aal Mi41 leI < l that he wanted wantedii antl antlII I
ii 1 linrt out when h be could get eei et possession possessiona pCeeeOIj
a copy l of th the report of t the tb contmit contmitOhairmau I mit
1 Chairman Armstrong already ha halid haS haSat
lid at 1 that ha hopes h to have it ready r dy for forf torleJalature forleIatHFe
f legislature when it meeu mee me mr next Janu January Jan Jana Janlounel Jand1 ¬
ary a d1
i aryCounsel Counsel tot Thomas P Ryan who whoi wbomcht
i mght th the June J H Hyde Hdeat Block ck of the theSuitable UteQIlItAble theuitble
Suitable uitble Life Asaumnee ree society oon oonrred oonrred eonred
1 rred with Charts B Hughes coun counfor eoqntor eoisflfor
for the Investigating Ine committee to toia to toiLQCl tolaI
< ia laI ami said ftM afterward that Mr 11 Ryan Ryanholding Rynn1I014lnl EYUnllcddlflE
holding liiraself in rnadiness to tea test teaberore te tebeore
t before the committee committeeThe committeeThe committeeThe
The Widows Mite Miteniif Miteot I II
niif I Jill of th u points brought out by ilr ilrlijghaa MrI
lijghaa 1 tig1e Jh in toduy tou ponts s hearlnjp Itftlrln was the tact facetiiat tactt tactfilt
tiiat t nl the Mutual Iutla Reaerva R 6frV8 Life te Insurance Insurancernipituy Iniluranet InMuraflCrrnpauy
t rnipituy had he paid 134000 to the widow widowf
f Kdwaril B Harper former preald u8deat preeldentthat u8deatf at atthat
f that company since air lr Harpers Harpersath Ha iIarlert S Sath
t ath in 1585 Tha rh money i III derived frOm fremi fromtuuisolens
i ninniis oilltnlfiitle leiui whlchfornier whtch tormer President Pl8 > ldont ll liar liarr r rII
II < T 1 drew on all the buBltiens bu lnells written by byi h3te
i he I te e couiiHtny His widow who hag h since sincermarrUul alneemarttetl nca ncacmatried
rmarrUul continues to receive the com commission comI1ilslJioWil cornznssiohe ¬
mission I1ilslJioWilBurnham
Burnham Got 8000 8OOOIncident 8000Inddent 8000lseident
Incident to this Inquiry In lulry < Mr Ir Hnghea Hngheatl Hugh Hughl liiighmt1coverad
tl l t1coverad < covered an instance In tance in which 8000 had hadbeen 11u1ltNj haUheeii
been paid to President Frederick A A A
urnliutn of t th tlw Mutual Resorvc Rls > rvc T Lfr i iwpauy rf rffIUlUY
wpauy in 1 iseo iSL uo aPd it1 l concernins euiicrII1 whicti whictice wbietlY1ce w hlft
ce President OorS Jeoree Orge D 1 Kldredg1 Kldredg1thing 1hfr Iiifre4it1iiI lS < 0
t11kt I ompany tewtlned UaL he knew knewtbm
thing tbm The ri bookkeepewho b okk epeQity h ho Itl made uIe de tno tnoyment 1110Otymant
lRyment yment from a oonUHgelq eontJueQtlU eonUllect funfl funflIiiaurnnce Ctlit SI utd n ndid flitid
did not know wb whdt ji itviis T Ip4d fiI frl J JTh
G ft fcaCle fcaCleThe
The Th attM afMir of thc thcIIIUi1UCe rttyMutift tJIi tJIinumnce
Iiiaurnnce numnce cotnpaijy compi 3 o DlnchilmtQP1 Clnghamt n N NiT
iT Y t iaIiixvero ph ilivJw w jso tuulr U kiLjKfljfl kiLjKfljfl1a3 vy UK3ttflBr U 1f to today todar ° ¬
day 1a3 One ortli or tiPe rnterestinff tnt1rttnbtac ractaowuKht ractaowuKhtut fucti nO broiTht broiThtalit ghl ghlJtul
alit ut was atJ tb the sutt aIttusnL Uit fnant ltnt of oLjresldqiit oLjresldqiitlitrIea Iresldqiu IresldqiuOlutrles
Olutrles litrIea if Turner urvicr of that company Upany that thatIki thatI
Iki h had ch hed ei 1 few year yea ago SO D X H HKecfer HKe6tff FlKccfer
Kecfer one I ite of the clerks In the of ottho otthoI flee fleef
M f Uw unriut uperlntedt < nd nt of insurance PIUnwC ac acAlbany tt tttfliiy
A Albany Jluul ta tc act H iw consnltint acuwry r or orte orVte orthe
the te Ssvttrity tl1Itjo AliUtml ntual company at t lww lwwa 1001Jyeul
a year Fdr all Mr h Turner knew iw iwa4dt I It IWIthe
> a4dt the t arrangemMit stilt is in force forceMcCALL f force5McCALL ceo ceoMcCALL
McCALL WONT RESIGN RESIGNSays RESlGNays RESIGNSays
Says ays He H Pelieves eIicvs the Policy Holders HoldersAre HoldcrsAre HoldersAre
Are for Him HimKew Him HimXew HmYork
Kew York D Dt > I 7 Reports itetOrts that Presi Presimt Prail4nt P eat eatent
il4nt mt John J A t McCall CilU of the Kew ew Yor YorIfe Yurt YurtUfe Yortife
Ufe Ife would soon follow tt the example set setby setbOeent aetby
by bOeent Oeorsf W V V Ierklns in dcterinininv terU1inln tu tuleave tuJeav toleave
leave that company 4mplP tU t un early 18F date datecrystallised dateeryataUlzeI
crystallised CJi stal lilted yesterday t1Rt rda in a story tor to the theeffect niletrect thecrrect
effect that Mr aicCali cCnU would certainly certainlyrotijsn certftinJyNtiip ertnlulyresn
rotijsn resn before the next Jle t annual meeting meetinglu meethllApril
lu April and might place life h ite i resignation resignationin
in the hand of the tb trustees before their theirmeethiK theirmeetlnc theirmeetlu
meethiK noxt JlI xt Wednesday Mr M McCaU McCaUhl McCalllihaselt cCail cCailhimself
himself hl Ullf said lust night that he had no nointention noIQtenlion nolqtention
intention of f raignin
1 believe that the poltoyholders are arefw aref8r arefer
fw me h b4f declared Nobody has Ita usketl usketlme uiItetl1fe tialtedlta
me 1fe to resIgn r < tItp1 and I dont doc t expect e t to be beasked bek 1 + 0 00k041
asked k to resign idn nor do doI I expect to re rexijfn regn resIgn
sIgn gn The resiKiiation of Mr Ir Perkins PerkinsWHS Perkins11I PerkineWa
WHS 11I suggested by Mr fr Morgan to whom whomUte hom homtbe honltho
Ute question of Mr Perkins holding his hisdual billdual hia4bat
dual position was referred referr whan Mr MrPerkins MrPorkina 11 11Ptrkin
Perkins entered the firm of J P 1 Mor Morgan Morn 101 101IPln ¬
gan n Co It was solely OIel > at Mr h Mor Morgans Morsans to1 to1sans ¬
sans suggestion IIU f1etion that Mr 11 Perkins is a re retiring re retlrjn ret4ring ¬
tiring tlrjn from the tli New York Life LifePresident I4ifePrftlhlfttt Lheprealdent
President McCall complained that the thertewsiMpers tholfewsIr theflewspepers
rtewsiMpers had treated entedhi hie testimony t8RUmon be before betore before
fore Ute Armstrong committee nnfnirly nnfnirlyINQUIRY 1mt1lrlyINQUIRY iutfttlrlyINQUIRY
INQUIRY IN WISCONSIN WISCONSINCommittee WISCONSINolnnlttee WISCONSINCommittee
Committee to Be B Appointed by the theState theSt theState
State St te Legislature Legislaturei LeisIaturetMdt1ia0n
i l tMdt1ia0n Madison Madi n Vis Doc 7 7A A Joint i inl resolu resolution TeSolllton resohition ¬
tion will be presented in the Assembly Assemblytpnight liuiieml liuiiemlliht iseemh1yipnight
tpnight liht providing for or a logiBlative lgi llltie com cominlttee eomittteo om omJJllttee
inlttee patterned alter the th Armstrong Armstrongconimittoe AVrnStrOnilcommittee mstrong mstrongOftunlttee
committee < in n New ew York to invoatlRrato invoatlRratothe
the j luinranee miran < e companies apd public ser service sorglee er ertice ¬
vice corporations doing business in Wis
xo xoEnough Enough Has Been Beenv BeenSaid
I v Said SaidOn
On O tlie tll tjie fo f Per PerCent PerCent 4 4t 4its
Cent t Discount DiscountEvil DistO1ntE
E Evil viI to Expose ExposeIts
Its Injustice InjusticeTJTTB Injl1sticeT
TJTTB T J7 E HAVE l1 TIE 11 rGGived TtQ i i1 cllntnlJ many unsolicited unsolicitedrr Itnsolicitef <
rr f r widor flulols87nents sementsofouTstaiicLcigcdiisk sementsofouTstaiicLcigcdiisktliQ10 of OIl our startclltjrtinst startclltjrtinstthee stand ctgti1insl ctgti1inslthe
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tliQ10 thee 10 pT 11 pc cent ceii diseownb system since siiee siieeLCS fe feSeries 71Z 71Zse1ies
Series LCS of ofttilve7lise1JlolLts advertisements firsb ii t appeared appearedTi Cl7JpealedJ Cl7JpealedThe appeai ccl cclThe J
Ti The The fact t t Itltab suoli business was lVltSincZulgell lVltSincZulgellin indulged indulgedin
in wct WaS cS a surprise io many and yet the zc half halfhas hCll hCllhas halfhas
has not iio been told Sufficient 311iffic ent however has hasbeen hasQtJcn hasbcc7
been said on 7 the subject to permit J 17nit a wide widerange 1vidlctn1e wide7Thflt3
range 7Thflt3 of gucssing itessin 1 as to how far thedis thediscount thedisCOllJnl thdiscQl1 <
count cQl1 and ullebaie rebate have been used to catch or orholdfrade 07 07haZel oiI
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holdfrade holdfradeWe haZel trcuZ trcuZff trctclefJ
We ff feel oeZsalisielZ ael satisfied that the purposes ofthe ofthepublicity 1 f pluijr pluijrp Iie Iiepith1icity
publicity p which we ue have 12hVV87i1hlS givenbhis lJ pein pernicious perniciouspractice rlLiDiolilS rlLiDiolilS7J1Cctice iows iowspicicticc
practice have been fulfilled fl flllecl and nclzvith with this thisadvertisement ihist thiscuZiQriisenze1lf
advertisement t we will close the matter so sofar 80tCtY sotctias
far tctias as IS we z1 are cwcconcJned concerned Tie Th motiyestmfy motiyestmfyjTromted 7nolivJsfhClFfj707J mobivestafomtccl <
jTromted 707J omtccl tecl the u expose e pos have been imputed ty tysome byS0711C b bSO1U
some but bl any Ct1 y good ooll intent may be turned to toevil toevil o oclLI
evil by those who whociicczi2lyiiiclticcl are f7 evilly inclined incliU cl yic 1h
1 10 0 per p emit discount was 1l1Clsbeing being practiced pJ iachCti ctic l to tosztc1i 5 5sucli jf jfSllJDh
sucli an tin extenl that it seemed ony 01 oiilijjits1zcc oiilijjits1zccf4tt lJ justice justicethat jlfJStiCthat
that the tI general neJCtl public 7Jl JZic be b infornierl info 1 l on the thesubject th thslibJcct 1hesitijcc
subject As we have said before in these theseadvertisements thesearZve1tis671unts theseadLel
advertisements adLel tis8ni7iLs one manstnony 1n inamc iJ7 sniOnl31 inOioi is i asgooc asgoocas ct lStl ooc ooca Ot Otas
as a s anothers S the sijstm is ts wrongt wi oii tiic tiicrank it o i4l i4lTCLnk is is1c7th
rank discrimination on against ctiist t those wlw luhoale luhoalettfJZbJ are areretilly ctiea
retilly a ttfJZbJ 1 evititled to discounts di c 1ZiCj if 1 discounts are aregiiwi Ct 3 3j1
c cgiLe
giiwi giLe l it is i obsolete and aJul 111 practiced l onty by bymerchants hll71it7ch byinerc1i <
merchants 71it7ch nts who are all unable to see or under understand zbndaJstjzit iizcleistciict ¬
stand its iL injustice inJ ltstice Tie limelight li1Ju liht of ofnfJb ofnfJbliciiy pub publicity pzbZiciLy ¬
licity might ight have some beneficial effect and andpossibly cfJndpDssibly amdpossibly
possibly an expose e would lVOI il be in a measure measureeducational 71UCtSlllC1Zucationcll c cS c2ltcLt1O1U2i
educational Much more could be scdd scud on onthe onihe oniIit
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the subject sl > jecf but fiereiuiti we fed thai we we7wwc lU lUhare wc1iic
hare accomplished oir OU duty in ike matter matteraitd matteraiic
t ta1ul
aitd aiic are done donett at least ecis for l 1 the fane tiHl e being beingWe bei1 beiicVj j jFfle
We Vj iruite your you patronage pcttlQn ic oizago 1tJ on 07 tbe i tbe honest honesbprinciple honestP1i1bcipl6 honcsLTiJici12
principle TiJici12 of t on one price V1ice to all bb b he I plebeian plebeianot
ot 0 aristocrat cJislocrc Ct L1Q1Cl Monesb goods oofls at Jionest hOJ est prices Jlt pi ices iceszrt Gs GsCL7r1
4 4Qwy
Qwy CL7r1 jdJtc1S cj to b lJrJi ic deunded d 1 t upon db this thfeADAMS thiy thiss4it
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cousin haJfl By the JlrmS terms > ot the th rsoluticir rsoluticirthe tSOlut P Ptli
the tli OmJ11 4fl4 omnu tw teto 1I to tO rtfiortf to tso sovijf sovijfnor gOI govqr govqrflur r
nor by h KauoriftfciM KauoriftfciMThe QY1IImb uvesnber fj 1 iTli
The Theommltte Tli committee will I investigate In vt t1gate expend expendd axPcfli axPcfliturs
turu J Jniietl d by jpnupatldns r I1 Js in employ employejunmitjo mpIO
ing eiiihtt4ve V tJUdnIGlpal iB nrdnhi3Ipal lobbyists >
In mald Iiaktnpzmencs ntentsw for C4m eaiAIgn tg p pp pqr pqriftea
p iftea in fa aarartc flea and exnelKlltur el + rndlture of viiloeN Qt
1tH iloeN haw e1fl i ru fit ittIod8w J scteurl bUM bUMp1n busihaw
ejunmitjo p1n l te given Denary Ufnar powers powersAFTER DOwcrAtERM voverAFTER
AFTER AtERM McCAUS CAl1S SCALP SCALPAttempt S SCALPAttcrit L LAtt
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Attempt Att erpt Being Made to Get a List of ofthe o othe
the Policy Holders Holdersfew Holdcl3ew I
> few ew York Yorle Dec 7 7Clarence Clarence H Vennerapplied rennet rennetapplied
applied to Supreme Court Justice lutI Green Greenyesterday GreenNllflht
1 bnt Nllflht yesterday r MteroK for a mandamus mi + ndurnu direct directing dlrettaii t ¬
ing f 1 John A t MeCall eCU as s pr prel presidant + idai td nt > t of th th thoNew
J X New aw w York Life to t furnish him with a acomplete lC acomplete
complete C mPlet lilt net of the th policy holders held rs sup supplemented SU SUoJOinent supDlonentel ¬
plemented oJOinent tl Wy y their addresses ad dreSHe8 awl the theamounts th thamounts tt1ian1out
amounts uf thai th l aolidoi poIic4eTho licl liclJ
J Tho object objl > t of Vennettji Vonnor F move is i to obt obttain o ob
lain proxies to b hi used at the U election el ction of
trustees next cXL Apfll HI BIB counsel submit aubiulte4
t ted e4 I it statementdeclariry statenielit tat nl nt dcclarl dec1ailyr that there tht there2at5 re tx txstt l x
stt sufficient fluftlcl Ul disaaUstnoUoii dl iUtihl li6n amons Urton th thpolicy thpolicy tile tilepolicy
policy holders > to warrant the flection of ofnew ofnew ofnew
new trustee hlfll other officers officerscounsel ornlersCOUIUifJ offleertCousel
counsel representing repr nUng McCaJl opposed the theapplication th thI thapllcatlon
I application strenuounuy an1 nl suUmltttd an anaffidavit anaffidaJt anziffldavjt
affidavit by h MeCalL I CaJl In which Vnner Vnnermotives Venersmotie > l lmotiVet
motives am attacked attackedMcCall atfa kil i I
McCall in hiS affidavit pays 18 tint th thname tbt tbtnamf tb4narno
name aid al an d addreeu > H of a pol polkrh ptIkyho1de icy holder ldel arfe arfeconsidered atbcon ar4coiiait1er4J
considered con ltlertl confidential matters in an in iniWinya in1latKt Inauranet
1latKt ottteo and thfttUat that it 1It wOrbgIven worb worbto
gIven to Yoonfr h he ml rnhrht hl PH pso It to th1 th1compctny th thcOmpany
cOmpany iWinya disadvantage and his own IHTK IHTKsonal lXNsonal irsonat
sonal profit Decision was reserved rellCryedI reservedGovernment 4 4Government
I Government Control ControlWashington ControlWalihin ControlWashington
Washington Walihin ton Dec 7TRcprjintative
Moirell or > f Pennsylvania + today Introduceda Introduced I IhUl
a fbIlI bill placing insurance e companies uHdeT uHdeTtha tndoL tndoLthe td tdthe +
the control and supervision of the de department d dpaltment devartrneut ¬
partment of comm commerce rc and labor and andse aiilseeond 51 51second
second se ond insurance bill extending ext nrllr the thet soy sovereign soyoruIii ¬
ereign t visitorial power pow r of the InUed
States over life insurance compinl mpaniplii > i and andother anlothPt antinthr
other corporations organized under un lr slate state1alSL
laws lawsGRAFT lawsGRAFT 1alSLGRAFT
GRAFT IS ISWATCH WATCHWORD WATCHWORDYoung WORD WORDYoung
Young y 0111g John D Rockefeller Drops a aFew aFev aPetv
Few Oily Words at Bible BibleGlass BibleI BibleClass
Class Dinner DinnerX DinnerNftt
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X xt Nftt xv York YOrk1el Dei 7 iGraft Graft seems set eem > ms to be betho beI beth
tho th watchword watch crd in ill o oty ry line of f life life4aid ut utBald
I IAaid Bald John D Rockefeller jr tt the theninth theninth theninth
ninth annual dinner of the th Vouug Mens MensBible MenSBible IensBiblo
Bible class attended by about M i ihors mtm mtmbora mtmbers
hors and tbeir thelrfriendi friends at the Hold Yen Vendomo Yendomollt Veildome
dome domollt last t night nightI
I suppose SUpO e he cpntinued ontinUClI that o oovory Or Oreor otevery
every eor two men who t 6 Into i IM loISties > ltii lItks 0110 0110ffoes on onoes on3itoes
ffoes oes not for what he can do for iii iiifellow his hisI iiifellow
fellow man but I for what he Ie can get getout et etont etout
I out of politics oltJc Yes 1 should say tcfy < that thatfour tGat tGatour ttatfour
four our out of every eVr five perhaps nine nht out outof OHtof outof
of every ten o into politics for what whatmoney whatmoney whatmoney
money they caa ca get out of It for th them thtt111elvos themselves m mselvoa
selves selvoaIn selvesru elvosurn
urn In ru this life of today todi so full of strug struggle struggb ¬
gle gb le and contest cont t in tho effort to get ahead aheadto
to gain wealth power Influence or po poKition potil position
Kition til ti on thowatchword scents mf > to he Gain
it honestly hncstJ if you Otl can RU hut pain it at any anycost anyoslo anyeost
cost oslo No quality lIty should receive rltCto lHU HO care careful Cfirerul careful ¬
ful consideration and cultivation araone araoneyoung amonsoung amtmtyoung
young men as moral courage for un ¬
less J 55 th young mjn exhibit f this cour courage courgc courage ¬
age gc this jyroat JT4 at republic IB iK doomed to tlic tlicend tllCend tueCud
end of civilizations eone Oll before beforr
Mr r Rockefeller saul < l the class would wouldnot wouldnot wotultiriot
not he broken up hut he hoped Itoi + etl another anotherleader r
leader would Qj be chosen chosenDREDGE Ih0genillt ehosenDREDGE
illt illtDREDGE
DREDGE SCHEME IS ISKNOCKED ISKNOCKED ISKNOCKED
KNOCKED IN THE HEAD HEADSpecial FIEAQ FIEAQSpecial tEA tEASpecial
Special to The Th Herald HettIdras11iuiSon < t trashinSton V VWashington
Washington ras11iuiSon Dec 7 7The The secretary retary of ofthe 6t 6tthe ofthe
the Juteriorhas denrofl denfqd the apMIHattort apMIHattortQf
Qf T 1 JL Forrin of Heyburn ItUu I 1e1 for forpermission fotoormls forpormisoulon
permission oormls pormisoulon lon to install a a dredge on lands landsin lanl181n landsin
in the Mlnidokprojct U which whlehoentuo whlehoentuoally eveotu eveotually etcnttially
ally will be flooded when the jsrovcrn jsrovcrnment ovo11l11ent overztmont
mont dam across Snake river is comV comVBletod com completEd completed
pletEd Ferrin was W fi desirous < t ifOUR 0C con conUuetinjj COnJucUng eondueting
Uuetinjj mining opemtionsviit this iwinh lOh lOhIll poindenyIng
111 Ill denyIng < the iippicHtfcn l ppIlat m the theUtry secr4 secr4Miry secI secI1ftr
Miry 1ftr states that these the lands were wltJiir wltJiirwhatever wl wldrawn witIi witIidran
drawn from aay ny form of r dt815 dIeitaftt4 dIeitaftt41ttevr 5ft 5fth
whatever h 1ttevr teCr and nd there th lC is Ju > author authorobijveyad tulhOtIf authorlcoi3veyed
obijveyad f qcY8d by t tJis ih is act for 4jllowirc t tapplication ttJ taphlcation
application a pUcationof ofMr of Mr r Ferrin FerrinLEFT FerrinI FerrinLEFT
I LEFT OFF OFFC OFFCOMMITTEE OFFCOMMITTEEMitchell COMMITTEE COMMITTEEMitchell MMITTEES <
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Mitchell and Burton Are Dead to the theWafehington theSenate theSehate
Senate SehateWwbiatot
1 Wafehington > A biftf ton Dec 7 7JIlowiJ 7JIlowiJI 7LLowimeseege F lowiijr n nrase
ffi meseege rase se resigning the chairmanship chairmanshipthe 4 4the
I the senate committee C on interoc inte1OC4altftlil interoceanhI interoceanhIcanals nic nictormed
canals ltftlil Sen Sen4tor tQt Mitchell of O Qrer In Informed Informed
formed Vice President l > Fairbank FaJr nu in a atcl atclecratm atelegrsni
tcl tclecratm gram today that he does d not eat caffeto eatto eatOto
to be appointed on eu any oommlteoa Hm Hmaction HUtnotion litsiaction
action establishes a precedent lu relr relrlion rchttJOI1 rcliltiOfl
lion to the th active service of ueuuuir con convienisd cOnr c0nv1cnl
vienisd vtc d of criminal offenses which a aselect IIntitmber itmeutber I
ntitmber of the Helltbllean eoiimtteo o mltto to toI
I select standing committees wlircommunfc wlircommunfccuus will communI + I IIcult icitt
Icult cuus to Sonatov > natoJ Burton of Kansas S Sator Sea Seaf teiiI
f I ator uttO Mitchells r request iucsL wIN wtbc be resjjocted resjjoctedand re te teand
and it ws stated tltnt l toda that ho h 11 11i UM UMSenator isI isISenator I
Senator Kurtm will t be > left off ot alt altcommittees aUcommittees altcommittees
i committees committeesHOUSE committeesIHOUSE committeesiHOUSEPASSES
IHOUSE iHOUSEPASSES iHOUSEPASSESEMERGE1JCYBILLLt HOUSE PASSES PASSESEMERGENCYBILk PASS S Sfv1
EMERGENCYBILk EMERGENCYBILkContinued EMERGE1JCYBILLLt EMERGE1JCYBILLLtContinued fv1 RGENC IL f fContinued
Continued From Fro Page 1 1ejaculated 1 1ejaculated I Iejaculated
ejaculated Take this step if you youtore youlare youdare
tore The Democracy DemO < tdl challenges you youThere youThere I
There Tb re is s u t drop of water somewhere somewhereXnlch sun1 somewherewhich h re
Xnlch which will overtlotr ov1 + rIIor thc cufr A What WhatCnae VhatCUiC hat hat4xcuitc
4xcuitc CUiC are ro you ou to offer tilt American Americanpooplo AmJeanooplo tmeyjeanooplo I
ooplo for or borrowingmoney borrowing money at atooftt 2 pbr pbrJU 1 c cQttt
Qttt JU When you ou Already alteAd hare V abundant abundantfunds ob1 abufldnntfufld n
funds intho in the treasury tl6Uuryft1Jd nnd dePOilied < Jepx it il in innational m mnational innational
national banks banksPayne banksP banksPayne
Payne P 1yne < Also Objected Objectedm
I Mi 11 Pa Payneof n of New ew 1o rorkCIlQwedal rorkCIlQwedalln k1 etf ho t
fin ln m opposition o p03lt1 n to tho amendment This Thissum lIuIssum
sum had already been paid und there therewas UJtfCwas thervwas I
was no need to put it back into the thetrotumry thetreasury i
treasury trotumryWe tllMumrWe treasuryWe
We are runn runtWt p pretty cl eWet e u he hesaM bEsaid heealti
saM Our receipts r ce pt and expenditures expendituresare eXIHm llUltS I
are About equal Jf this abundant abundantnrocperity abmidantprosperity
prosperity llo ltt should cbutinne to the end endof on endof I
of the fiscal ft cal year we e nmy ma not have a udeficit adeficit adeflclt J
deficit But no man or set et of m ID n will willever wlUcer willeVer
ever be able to work oat o th the revenue revenueproblem revenueproblem I Iproblen1
problem so as + s to make ute rcelpta and andexpenditures andexpendituree i iexpemlftulefI
expenditures even evenA e evenA n naurplul
A surplus ho 11 < said sal 1 a ae absolutely absolutelynecessary nbsolutelnfCEswr absolutelynecesaary
necessary nfCEswr notwithstanding the gentle gentleman gentleman gentleman ¬
man from Mississippi who had been beenbarking beonbarkJII beenbarlluug
barking into that a long time but butwithout butwitbou butwithout
without attracting very much aUen aUentton atlentlon attentiolt
tton from the Amerioau people peopleGUY pe peopleUY ple
eo a aI I
GUY UY ROPES OP ES WERE W ERE CUT CUTDerrick C UT UTDerutick T
I
De Derrick Came Crashing Down DownAct DownActCharged o oCharged Act ActCharged
Charged tp t9 t jStrikecs jStrikecsNew trikels trikelsNew I INew
New Ycrk Dec 7 Some 8olne unknown unkncMn per person per110ft perIon ¬
son or persons r80J18 today tOOft cut the say KU ropes vapesof 1GtC1Iot ropesof
of the derrick on tb tilt < > jew le ew Altman hulk buiklInjt hulklIIC hulkluig
Injt in course of f construction at Thirty Thirtyfifth Thlrt Thlrtnfth Thirtyfifth
fifth street and Fiftft Pifl avenue ATonue b bPot bPot1tCord by > Post PostMcCord PostMeCord
McCord th t 11w h > contractors uBUtwi C IMt whin whinthe vh hdn hdntb < m mthe
the tb stn slrucll1l structural ct r l iron iro workers are nerrins nerrinsA yjgsfrhk elIICrike
A strike sfrhk rike Gut for or th the fuet not that the dam damA darnni
A ni aiw ws K ttlacovereil d o r in time me many work workweftjhilfrht workW
W weftjhilfrht 31 0i + 4nItht I t Imvotheen hnV n kill killed l or injured injuredNearly injuredir1y I IN
Nearly N ir1y h fift1 ntt A m Mien n were we about to begin beginwork l beginwork i iwork
work when u shout of warning wan wanheard Wil washeard
heard Just as the workmen escaped the thederrick thederliek thederuick
derrick fell with ltl1 a crash crashThere entaltThere I IThere
There was w a a81mllar irallar occurrence OlCurrf > nEI recent flCfi11ill
3 ill + in another Part stt f the Port PortCold ort ft Me Meiord Ic Icf
f Cold 01dbund1nSIi buildIngs at F FecHteeJtt wteeatn street aod aodTenth audTenth 00 00rttth
Tenth venue wenueThe venueThe tnuTht
The employers lnJJlln tr charge that it wa waa the thewarS theo thewol
warS wol o l of 0 strUonr strUonrSTEAW1ER strIorsSTEAMER
strllcMfCD
CD 0 0STEAMER
STEAMER ADRIFT WITH
1000 1 000 TROOPS ON O BOARD BOARDi BOARDCbitoo BOARDChfoo i
4 + Chf Cbitoo foo Dec 1 p na mTwo Two Japan Japanese + i ilit
esc lit aftjjy offiCers who bo have 1ta arrived + f
1 4 hrre in U Hfc l hoat oat w rurt ort > that th t the tJl 4 4r
r r 4 t hUJ1Ifflt iis on rm nnen n wJtltot hlch left DlURy n DlURyf4 n nt 4 4or
f4 + for t or r Japan tw tw1 ilasw da qo o with 1000 lV 4 4iVoo +
+ 1rOOl iVoo > 8 and 3 3u I horwp h hora aboard broke brokeMr brokekr 4 +
+ f Mr vr propeller ropclhl between Shantung ShantungrontoJJtJr3 Shantnng44Womoiitory 4 4f +
f 44Womoiitory rbmoniory and nd the Korean Koancoast coast coastand + fi fif ii iiand
+ f and is i now adrifu The two otfi 01fleelS otfiecra f
+ eelS embarked in iu a 111 life Ixnit nnd nndcnmc 4 +
4 came to Chofoo to 8 uok aek k asslsthncc nssJtnmITho 4
4 Tim Jtlfantse JU anese coniul her has tel telGTttpbe teIe +
4 GTttpbe grnpheZ for a i 1or t dWf 0 re reel res resT +
+ el t helrlpSS 91I j Brf9 0 0I
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Oriental Ci Rugs Rugsand Fugsand
and Carpets Carpetsat
at Private Sale SalePosit
Posit Poitiv eiyLast 1y Last Two Day DysTODAY t tA
A TODAY 6 TOMORRO TOMOROWWe lL lLI
I I Iseen
we must vacate t1 this s store by Mondaymof1 Monday morning ng Everyone veryon VhOI who has hasseen
seen t1 this s collection has lia a acknowledged knowledgedthat that it is incomparable We 4iIJ 4iIJmake vill villmake I Itpc
make extremely low pri prices es rather than pay freight and ship the collection collectionp
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I Next to Wilson Hotel Cafe CafeIlfiU
IlfiU J
DELUGE COMES COMESAFTER COMESAFTER COMESAFTER
AFTER M WITTE WITTEOnly
0111 Only Hope of Russia Is in the Stabil Stability StabiIity Sthbility ¬
ity of the Cabinet CabinetDARK CabinetDARK CabinetDARK
DARK CLOUDS GATHERING GATHERINGFRESH GATHERINtFRESH
FRESH HORRORS POSSIBLE AT ATANYTIME ATANY ATANYTIME
ANYTIME ANYTIMELondon ANY ANYTIMELondon TIME TIME1ondon
London Dec S SThe The correspondent of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Daily Dall Telegraph Tol grah at St Petersburg in ina ina ina
a dispatch dated Dec 6 while protesting protestingagainst l1rottEUntagainst I Iagainst
against the oxaggeratfd uXftj eratfd and grotesque grotesquerumors grotesqierurnore rotequ8rumr
rumors circulated clrouJatedabroud abroad concerning the thehorror thebqrfQI1I theburrqr
I IAhnoal
horror prevalent in Husslm admits dml that thatrimoat thatalinoet
rimoat anything te possible to the TC nusihan ThtIeIIpeopk s n npeopk i
peopk eQp in Utbia this time Um of revolution revolutionHe
He blames the anarchists > as a hcns hcnstartly hcn hcnlan hclnglargely
tartly lan I responsible for the existing attua attuaUon attusUrn ltu ltuUon
Uon saying
Slaves of Events EventsWell EventsYon EventsVoll
Well knowing that legality J will de deprive deprhe deprice ¬
price them of their occupation they the aw awworking Rr Rrworking areworking
working night and day to plunge the thecountry th thcountry
country into a aerbonion IM hog > S of of chaos chaoand chaosItnd chaosanti I
and crime Unfortynat > l > a large section sectionof
of the popuation is proving so weak and andirresolute andiiteoltite i
irresolute hr lut that the country c euuntr unlr la no longer longershaped lon lonshaptd longorsluaed
shaped by the prlnclp rlncJpca ca but to the slave shiveof 51a slaveof I Iof
of events and the principal Cent is the thedelirium thedelluiturn
delirium dt lIilim of the nation While Count COUBJWHtey CountYlttt CountWItte
I
WHtey Ylttt > cabinet glands tMndsthcrt there > wi4 wI Hi be ho hODe hODefor houefor e efor
for Riiiwin RU ln but when it disappear diap ara the thedeluge th thdelUJC thedeluge
deluge will begin Even now the dark darkclouds darkclouds
clouds are visibly gathering The peas peasants peasants peasants ¬ I
ants clamor for land but they the will not nothear nathea ot othear
hear hea l of disrespect dlsrltSt > ect to the tit emperOr A Aktr Alttr
ktr Inn c pore prcnaae maK tnxe of the wokmen WOo ktRon a alee 10 are areincon a ah1enl aretncen I
incon + cd tl against the strike organisers organisersarol organisersan
and an revolutionist r olutl nlsl and in some IOane cases casesaguinst caaesgainst I
aguinst the Jews JewsGirls JeusGirls I IGirls
Girls Torn T rn to Pieces PiecesThe PiecesThe PiecesThe
I Itbat
The corr COrfupon corrspcndent spcn < knt nt relates two instance instanceone instanceSetle
one that of a beautiful Jewhh girl In Inthe inthe I
the village of Ivanovo and anqthar that thntof thator thatof
of a school mtetre s name named < l Doocgenszeff Doocgenszeffin
in the KuJlan district dl tilatrieLboth trfct both of whom Otdl were weretorn weretoni teretorn
torn to pieces Iee by h iefuriuted mobs for forprenahing for11r foipretiohing
prenahing 11r ohlng rovohjUoit Hes 11 lie says saysThtt ays aysThese J Jrb
Thtt These rb abinga make civllh rtv1ttwMl l ceo D i + eoiItb eoiItbshudder tt ttshudder fu fushudder
shudder yet tt they are part TJ t of what hat is isthreatened l lt Isthreatened
threatened t on H lar large u mule H lle by th the ole element EI EIntcnl olemeat ¬
meat cf f reaction r otlon which Is jratheritig its itsforcOB Jtsforees itsfortes
fortes and nd which is saying If the laws lawsare lawSar lawsare
are ar obsolete and the government governmentlH i iIU is isiuwerless
lH iuwerless > HorkWi rl8 then th < n we the th people will rise riseup rl rlUf riseUI
up and bring briii the th anarchtet antirchlt I td rea reaJt reaJtTilt reaatiaPitey d dThey
They Tilt have silenced our emperor and pre prevtnted pr pr1lted proVenteti
vtnted hjjh b 1 from giving us the lund lundD IundDCStil nd ndD
D DCStil Hth to them themfhv themTly 1
fhv 112 corresK MrrellQJJtIfut > nilent in conclusion say aaythat saythnt saysthat
that tho first important resignation since sincethft sfn sinCethe I Ith
the th formation of the th cabinet will be an announced q 4wnounced ¬ I Inuunled
nounced in a few day days when Minister of ofJustice ofJustice ofJustice
Justice M 1 Manukhin will retire re ir to private privateGIVE Pr1v privatecIvE te telVE
Z teZ
GIVE lVE YOUR STOMACH STOMACHA
A NICE VACATION VACATIONDont VACATIONDont VACATIONDont
Dont Do DoJt It by Starving It Either EitherLet EitherLet EitherLet
Let a Substitute Do the theWork theWorkflie Work WorkThe Workrite
The old adage AH work and no play playmakes 1ID 1IDmakH ilaymakes
makes Jack Jaco a dull boy applies just as aswell illw aswell
well w > 11 to the stomach ou olleof of 11 1o most im imortant 1mlOrtRJJt ImPortant
lOrtRJJt > ortant organs or na of the human system a aft ai aiIt atIt
It dJts to ti t the man hmsef hmsefIf
If I C your ou stomach is s worn out and rebels rcbelupalnst T rebelsagaliust I IlJainst
upalnst l being > taxed beyond bt ond IV U limit the thenly thtfl theui
fl nly ui sensible thing thin yo oi can do is to give jjivrit
it a r rtli rest Kt t Employ < It substitute for 6 6slmrt fiIIhrt asItrt
slmrt time and see e if it will not more morethan morethan morethan
than repay you in results resultsStuarts resultsStuarts resultsStuarts
Stuarts Dyspepsia Tablets TabJ L 1 are a willing willingami wiillftJand willingand
and most efficient substitute They Theythemselves Thfthunsehes TheythcntseIes
themselves digest every eVf 1 bit of fi6 fOod d In Intho Intb Inthe
the tb > stomach in just the same way 7 that thatthe thatlhe thatthe
the stomach itself woukl ou were w re If II 1 well wellThey wvllrb ve1lrIuy
They rb contain all the agential enUal elements elementsthat elementsthat omenttio omenttiothat
that tho gastric nstrlc juice and ld other t digestive digestiveuids dbesUeuids tiIgStttiveUilS
uids of the stomach contain c ntatu and actually actuallyitct
itct jui jut t the same andl an do just the same samework samework me meork
work ork ns the natural flu fluids d woud do c1 were werethe wetetbe werethe
the stomach well and sound They Thf there therefore therlort therelore >
fore releve the stomach just j t as on onworkman one onewOllman oneworkman
workman relieves another and permit permitIt Mmlt MmltIt
It to re ret t and recuperate and regain its itsnormal ttsutrmtl Itsnormttl
normal health and strength IItrengthrbs strengthThis strengthThis
This vacation Idea was suggested ugl ted by bytho b btho bytho
tho letter of a prominent lawyer la17er1n In n Chf Chfcairo Ch Chago Chago
cairo ago Read what ho says I was en enmse entacel engaged
tacel mse l in the most momentous uftttartak uftttartakInir uAdcrtakInlf ufIdertakbig
big of my D1 life in bringing brin lnS about the th cecil coalVtic QlJ QlJlieu cecilticti
lieu tic n of certain great Interests Inter sts that meant meantmuch mnntmuch meantmuch
much to inc as weU as my In clients It was wasnot wusnot wasnot
not the work of days but of months I IWHS IWitS Iwets
WitS working workl night l1 ht and day almost when whenat
at a Very critical time mv n1 rtOTrali ftoni h went wentcompletely wentoUJpletoly wenteamplCtely
completely back on mo The undue men mental mnt mentat ¬
tat t l strain brought It about and hurried hurri up
that woud oull niavchapponfd have happened Inter on onWhat onWhat onWhat
What I ate Il te I hud to literally It ralh fore forcdown foretlown forcebull
down and andthat that was a source 61 of jnntry jnntryns m ry ryos
ns I had a sour stomach much of the toetime thetlml thetime
time My b hood ached I was Rhigglah RhigglahHiid at11t gglsh gglshsnil l h hHnil
Hiid begun to Jose Jos my m ambition to tocarry tocutry t tcarry
carry out my UJ undertaking It looked lookedpretty lookedpretty looke lookepretty
pretty gloomy for me und I confided m mplight ntplight ny nyillight
plight to one of my clients He hvd been beencured be1nrnroo beencured
cured by Stuarts DvspepBa DvsJ ePfIl > Tablets aNtt and andftt ADdlt 5111at
ftt OWe went down to a drug store and andbrought andbrouarht antibrourht
brought a box up to the office officeI
1 had not taken n quarter of that box boxbefore boxbefore boxbefore
before 1 found that they the would do d all the thewo ttwwo thewntk
wntk wo k my stoinach 9 ever did and iln as a rest restat r rtstnraetltjOn i t ttJracuU
tJracuU at vaeuiin n was as out of tap tn quomioii for fornie forl11l forale
ale nie I determined etermtut > d to tolithf iv tve my m stomach a avdcatlon atvtteaUM avfleati
vdcatlon vfleati fi T r kent right righton on taking the tab tablets tabtl8 tablets ¬
lets tl8 and brnoed br ood uriund went ahead with withmv wlt11my withfl11
mv work with rcnwod vigor 1ori1te ate just ais aismu I Imuh p1numb
numb mu < h a ae I liver ever did anti carried rrled out that thatwftdcrtakJnt thatlutdeTtnkJn thatuitiertakng
wftdcrtakJnt tn a successful issue I foci focithat fQeJ1113t focithat
that I have Stuarts Dysnepsia DyswpqlaTablts DyswpqlaTabltsto Tablets Tabletsto
to thank for savin stsIng me 01 > the handomest handomestfpo
fee I over received as well as my m ronuta ronutatl r rQliitarti lULa lULatIn
tl tIn n and last but not least myjtSnl myjtSnll my it jfthfl1 jfthfl1aCit 1 1nS
nS aCit aCitf4t4iattik f4t4iattik ii 8 i1TrbM nr Zor dr sal salh 1i1
h l > v ai 3 drursiit dru = Lt at 1 ct Cnt > nto L j bO
life but that thi will not affect the thestability OJestab1Ht thestability
stability and solidarity of the cabinet cabinetTROOPS cabinetTROOPS abinetTROOPS
TROOPS HELD AT MOSCOW MOSCOWFears MOSCOWFears
Fears of a Fresh Massacre of the Un Unfortunate Unfortunate ¬
fortunate Jews JewsParis JewsParis JewsParis
Paris Dec S SThe The correspondent of the theJournal thoJ011rnal theJournal
Journal at St Petersburg In a dispatch dispatchdatedDec dllmtehdrttectDec dispatchdatetiDec
datedDec 6 sent by way wa of FtydKuhnen FtydKuhnenEast RydliuhneuJ ItydlitihneuEast
East J fU t Prugssla describes the gayety a cty in the theRussian theUl1isIJln theRussliut
Russian capital during tho celebration of ofSt ofSt ofSt
St Catherines day da when the stores were werecrowded werecrowded werecrowded
crowded with purchasers and the re 1estatt 1estattrants restau restaurants tau taurants ¬
rants and cafes wore full of laughing laughinggroups IUlhlnlproufls laughinggroups
groups The correspondent nt adds the fol following following totlowing ¬
lowing Information InformationThe
The railroad strike has prfad to Pol Poltava Poltava P01tava ¬
tava Kursk Kharkoff Kleff and Scbas Scbastopol Seb Sebastopol s stopot
topol topotTh
topolThe The Th troops occupying occlJp ins Okhta Ol hta near St StPotecsburR StPt StIot
PotecsburR Pt rsburg hUfJ have ha b been n conflne < l to bar barracks barraoks barraoks ¬
raoks owing fwln to dlRonlers among them themPassengers thtffiPIl themPasseogern
Passengers PIl 5ugerf arriving from Kieff ieff rej rPll report reportthat > ort ortthnt rt rtthut
that forty tort of the th inhabitants were killed killedduring killeddurl kIlledduring
during durl the mutiny J utin there thereIt thereTt I Ift
It is announced from Moscow that the thetroops thettOQPS thetroops
troops there are being b inr held in ruatlines ruatlinesowing roatll roatllowlns readinesaowing
owing to fears ars o or a fresh massacre J tt S6Crc of ofJews ofJ ofJews
Jews J ews
JewsThe The retirement of Vice Admiral 15ydi 15ydikuhnen 1 1yd1kuhuien 11I 11Ikuh1enz
kuhnen kuh1enz dated Dec 7 snys 811 that details detailsOf detailsarthedieordurs
Of Q arthedieordurs the he disorders n l ordliI at Kief f Dee D 1 show that thatixr thl1t1f1X thatshr
1f1X ixr battalions batt ons were engaged n agfd in the th mu mutiny tnUUn mutiny ¬
tiny Un there After holding i meeting in infavor infaor fnavor
favor avor of < f the promulgation of a con couatUuaiit coniU contUtuElt
iU atUuaiit unt assembly the men nf > U formed rorJQ a pro PHKcteaion prohslon lr lre
cteaion e + tIon which was R headed by h red flag flagami fluanti flagsaiitl
anti accompanied by h enormous crowds crowdsTheprocession crowdlC1heproe erowIsTheprocesaion
Theprocession 1heproe sion was mot inot by Cossacks and andfiring andftrt andfhrlg
firing ftrt g ensued resulting in > the killing of ofmany Ofman Ofmany
many man persons J1er ns Further reports r porls the th die dtapatch dhtpateh diepatch
patch sa says ap > > indicate that there h hll has s l been IHlenanth beenanother en enanother
another anth mutiny but no detail are nf l given givenA hen henA
A dispatch to the Petit Parisian by way wayof wilyof wayof
of iSydrkuhnen also reports a mutiny at atIClaff at106Cf atlCIff
IClaff In which the troops are said to tohnve toNtv toh
hnve h + tv seized a fortress tortr ss in the upper part partof I nartof lUt lUtof >
of the town townCRUELTY townCRU tonnCFUELTVOF
CRUELTY CRU CFUELTVOF EL TV OF SAKHAROFF SAKHAROFFHorrible SAKHAROFFHorrible SAKHAROFFHorrible
Horrible MannerIn Manner in Which He Re Repressed Reprcssed Repressed ¬
pressed Disorders DisordersSt DisordersStP
St StP Petersburg t rsburg Doc De li t Wednesday Wednesdaymorning Wednq Wednesdaymorning < 18Y 18YmJnlln6
morning via a Rjdtkuhpea eS iJ Ba E East Ut Prussia PrunsiaDec Pru PrussiaItec Ila IlaDec
Dec 7 7Th The AILWS l WS of the a ailaiWtnaUon ailaiWtnaUonof a ination inationof
of Llcutenat General enWMlI Srtkhanff former formern rornwrn1IriLItar formermirister
n n1IriLItar irlster of war who was wa shot hot in the thogovernors tbrJHertors thegoveruors
governors palace at Saratotf pee 5 had hauIxen ha hab4en hadbefl
Ixen preceded rtdl by the moet horrible horriblestories horribcslorles horribestories
stories of the manner In which Sakharort Sakharorthad
had be b been n repressing the agrarian fib disorders fibottIars illsorders ¬
orders He corralled p peasants nsants < with Ith Cos Cossacks ¬
sacks and then had them beaten ateu with withhesoldiers withlb0 lth
tho hesoldiers soldiers whips whl In so doing Shak ShakIwroCf Shakhtrott I
IwroCf pursued1 the system sysl m adopted AIJ pt tl hy y yPrincJohn I IprlnC IPrlne4ohn
PrincJohn prlnC Ohl1 obolenskl former governor governorwgrarinns otrn overuorterot r r18rol
18rol or IiJnuntJ in ln snppt6tIUS Suip1tli5I1Ig tiltS tiltSnmrinns theitgrnrians
wgrarinns In the th vicinity vicinlt of Kharkoft Kharkoftseveral Kh4rkotJml Kharkottseveral
several ml yejirs 0 O1r5 1l ugo 11 go when JLhe lie prince princecaused prinenausoti I Icaused
caused the th > eatkants to be whipped by byrelays h hrelnys byrelays
relays of Cossacks < and conioelled them themsin themIn I Ij
j sin In turn to bat their c Jmrjdes cdinrdesThe JmrjdesThe
The assassin 1tU aseua Sln + sin of Sakhnroff has not been beeni hHuil1ntltl I IItlnttttecl
i il1ntltl Itlnttttecl < ntlfl4d d When the Avbm bmn n who com comfmltted oemlnitted I
fmltted nlttcd the crime was arrested she he de dejclared de1e1artl
jclared 1 ltlr tl that she had executed a decree dtfcroefor I Iior Ior
for or th the terroristssection terrQm fccUon of the Socialist Socialistrv IlociahistrovutloterO I
ir rv rovutloterO rovutloterOThe Uit n r r < I ITbe
The following Is a description de crlptlon of Sak Sakhuroff sakhatofr SaltP SaltPhaioffs T
huroff arrival at Hoximschinu one of ofthe otthr
the thr villages of the province of Sara SaraHe SuraJ I Ie IIre
e J I
He ie came with ith Cossacks Co9t > ttcks and HU artillery artilleryTh trtIU8rJTbt artilleryTh
Th Tbt neuganuj were surrounded by ke CDs Gos8cks CDsJ Ceatigiits
8cks J c1ts anfl Sukharoff address > tliemr them de demanding he hemupdiug ¬
manding that tha t they thl surrender > > r their lead leaders leade leadera ¬
ers e The village older p ppHed pMed V but > ut gave gnvetha I
tha general sent etierai > rftl no information The cider eklerwas chicwas I
was Immwllatelv beaten until ho lostuosIousiies lost lostoon > t tuon
oon uosIousiies = lousuei Sakharoff then U u retired t tthe tit tittte tthe
the court house leaving leIlY J the peasant at uttha att111
t113 tha mercy of the Cossacks moat of whom whomwore
wore WlI drunk and they th tile tegan torturing torturingthe tortnn tortnnthe
the peasants pulling out their hair and amiboards
I
boards 1J lUd and ud pcn vea tearing pieces > jeces of flesh fleshfrom neehfrom
from thtir hlr face Thirtythree peasants noasawtawere peasantswere
were thus matreati 11JuJtre ipaJtreuteti ipaJtreutetiNEARLYPERLSHED h l lNEARLY e I
NEARLY NEARLYPERLSHED NEARLYPERLSHEDFROMLOSS PERISHED PERISHEDFROM I ISenator 1 1FRor
FROM FROMLOSS LOSS OF BLOOD BLOODSenator BLOODSenator
Senator Mitchell of Oregon in Serious SeriousCondition SeriousI I ICondition
I Condition After Having Four FourTeeth FourI
I Teeth Extracted Extractedr
i State StateI J Jl
r l orlland lla1d Ore O Doc 7United rutted State StateSenator StatetSenator
Senator son < tor John II Mitchell IB 11 In a serious seriousIf S rloulI rloulIIt
If not dangerous dnn rout condition resulting resulUl from fromlig fromtoP fromisa
I lig toP isa of of blood after having four teeth ex extracted ext cxtiactctI ¬
tracted t et early clrl today todayAfter tola tolaI todaytftr
After ir 1 Mitchells return from the thedentists the1N thetieatiats
I dentists 1N tIts omce hJCe this morning the blo blond blondcontillUt1 bloodeontliitid < Ml Mlcontinued
continued to flow and at 2 oclock this thwafternoon th18I
I afternoon aftorn on he had become o o weak from fromloss Cram10M fromi
I i loss of ofblooll blood that it was US deemed beat to totuke totPKc ti tituke
tuke him bimto to a hospital From that hour hourthe hourUle hourtite
the physicians pb Icians worked unceasingly until
7 oclock this t111 evening before the flow of ofbloert of1110fjcl ofIdOfili
bloert could be stopped stoppedUnities 8101111luldes StohillOdBesides
Unities ldes Mr 11 tceUs advanced 1dan l years yearsthe yearsI eara earalh
I the lh severe mental strain which he w has un undcTKonc 1111tkmonc nildergonc
dcTKonc for the th pnst Ist year ou owing olh g to tocoimetiort his hiscoulitetloil ill illoUlHiCtJOI1
coimetiort with the land fraud proteeu proteeutlona prQllCcuUOIIH prosecutiolia
tlona In this suite tute has left him in a weak weakncd wOAk8n voaksned
ncd 8n Cd staIr physloilly and an tl in ii iwor condl condltiou condltloutn couditioii
tiou tloutn fr > pare nrc the drnln < on his system 5 5tim oc occasioned ocCltStontd OCcasloned ¬
casioned by y any loss of boo b blood1t ood oodDr < l lB
B Dr A 4 J Olcsy who whlwlth with Dr George GeorgeR
R 1 F WllHon is Attending Mr 1r r Mitchell said aaldtuniskt MUldu saidtonlgkt
tuniskt tunisktSenulor u gkt gktStmutor 4 4SenatOr
SenatOr Mitchells lItch lrs condition Is very verygrave verySIUC verygrave
grave At S oclock tonight he w was s in inu Init
u fccmlcomatose s mlcom tose state und nd his hi mimi was waswandering WUSwuulcrln was1sw1Orifl
wandering more or or lesss I ss Mr r Mitchell Mitchellhas Mitchellhas Utchellhas
has suffered many years from diabetic diabetictroubles dlaMtictronblo diabetictrltuillOS
1 troubles J which with the mental strain strainto
to which he has been aubjeetad and andhis andhl andIlls
his hl advanced age make Jt flifflcfllt CII fieQU for formight fQIi trhim
him to overcome i1 tronhl 7tbat hat otherwise otherwiseaught e eml
i might ml ht not Imp ln ° serloua t rlou It i iwiltbe m ms > be ho howi1Mhettt howil
wiltbe wi1Mhettt wil bo iwttor > r in n thf th morning momincI It I he tti isI
I shall hop for ffiyorablor rA orabt < prderoSB J1 sfoss if ifho ifho itho
ho does not rally sooftdlahauc oondlahoJC illah4ie coma comaIU1 comaznlaYlIe may mayhe Y Yhe
he feared feare anU unt11f If thjjflOnnVira th tlJon rH mt4r ontrhthut ontrhthutcondition that Ahntcnrllttoh thatcondition
condition It would w wOuhV utilr r fear be the 1Q1tgtn 1Q1tgtnning 4bglnnina sln slnnlns
nina 61 the end endAt endAt endAt
At 1215 1 J5 a a m Senator Mitchell is suf suffering surferin sufCoring ¬
Coring another hemorrhage homor hagc The phy phyKiriatiH ph phHirlanHhne hy hyalCiaut
KiriatiH HirlanHhne have been summoned to his bed bedelile bedijldo bedItlo
elile Itlo salti u saltijV Jln Jlnf
jV f Vi t1J l o m the th physicians have just justuccfi justl1n justzuQctededhL
l1n zuQctededhL uccfi < < letlui jtoppjnR thv tll hcnHorthneatnnd hcnHorthneatnndMrrSllt hctnorrhiaaetnndMr nd
MrrSllt Mr 11 MlkhlU lioU rtsaiJjg rt ret1a 111 momdttBUjs n1t1 fltdChU eiSh but bttt butxttemtv
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RIGHT KIND WELCOME WELCOMEAndrew WElCO WELCOMEAndrew 1E 1EAndrew
Andrew Carnegie Would Give a Pre Premium Premium Proiniuin ¬
mium for Immigrants if He HeOwned HeOwned I IOwned
Owned America AmericaXcw i iX
New X York Dec 7 7ncln Andrew Carl C3riegsaid > to tosaid l lsaid
said today toda that if lie owned America ho howould h hwould hewould
would give a premium to immigrant for forcominjr forcoming or orcomin
coming comin here Ir r Carnegie was speaking spcakinjon 5l llklng llklngon <
on tho immigration question before the thenational thenational thenational
national civic federation and suld suldI suldI
I hold that the prime test t > oIt and the theonly thoonl tileonly
only onl test we w > should exact is this thislias lhisHas tiltsiIas
Has a man the ambition amblt l1 to enjoy njo the thorights th thrl therights
rights rl hts of an American citizen elUz n and has hasho hushe hashe
he tho habits of sobriety an auil < l frugality frugalityto fnlaJjtto
to save the th > sum necessary for him to toreach 10r toreach
reach r < Rch this port And nd is he skillful enough enoughto enoughto nu h hto
to earn Iun that surplus I want no bttt bttttstlmon betur beturtestimony bethitestimoiiy
testimony than that It I owned OWllt Artier America Artierlea > f fIn ¬
lea and w Wl wts running it as a business op operation 01 01erution Oheratiout ¬
eration I would not only look lor that thatman thatmim ttiatntsn
man but I would give every man of f that thatkind UUtkind tluttkind
kind a premium to t come hero and con consider conshlfl consiler ¬
sider it the host bt > st bargain I had hti over vet made marieIn madeIn madeIII
In my life Taking the value allH of a man manwoman mnnwoman manWeiner
woman or child in this republic r as low as asa asa
a slave and that was an average ernse of ofabout ofabout ofabout
about JlOtt 1010 fifty years ago and you arc arcfeoCX 810g arcgetting
g getting ttin 4 401000 lOOO a fOOl which meant meansxe > tO tOIt
It feoCX cash value Furthermore > every everyman tWlry1un everyman
man who come here Is a consumer and andM nntluJ anItIj
uJ M per n Jtr ° r cent of all tho earnings Mrnin If f even eventho eventim in inthn
tim most saving goes to employ other la labor labor haher ¬
bor of some kind kindIt klltlIt
It is not Qt purity purl o or Wood you ou want it iti itiit itis
iit i tM Hp mlngliri if < different dftfe nt bloods that thatmakes thntmakes thatmakes
makes the American AmericanGRAND JmoficanGRAND AmericanGRAND
GRAND JURY JURyGJGETS GETS BUSYIndictments BUSY BUSYIndictments BUSYIndictments
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Indictments Expected Against Seve Several Sever Sevcral ¬
ral r 1 Railroad Rt lroacl Officials OfficialsChicago 0fficiaisChicago I IChir8Ko
Chicago Dec D T Indictments iIl1dl tment8 are ex expected expected expected ¬
pected within a few days from irom the th fed federal federa fedoral ¬
era 1 greed rand jury involving milrotid Offi Officiate ofclals offielsie ¬
elsie and at least one railroad It n S SCusey iCUBe SCusey
Cusey CUBe traffic manager t or tho Scluvars Scluvarschild S1warschild Schwarschild
child Sul S Suibergar berger pnckin concern was wasb was1H wasbefore
b 1H before fort the inquisltoriul body boo tcuuy for forseveral fOtseeral forseveral
several hours luid lit t th th6 conclusion of ofnis ornls ofala
ala testimony it wan said ltl that certain certainrailroads certainrailroads HtainJIlUloadli
railroads and officials would be indicted indictedon
on charges of extending extcn ll1t rebates r batNI to tiu tiupacking tbtpa tb tbpacking
pa packing kln company QmJlQ in violation of the law lawwhich Ill Illwhlcl1 lawwhich
which provides pfo1deslhat that one shipper shall not notbe notbe hotbe
be preferred pr ferred above another by the grant granting grantug ran1 ran1mg ¬
ing of relMtOK rlJe t li in ii the th guise ltli o of damage damageclaims dtlfta dtlftaclaims damageclaims
claims Last aummeV umm Mr tr Cusoy was wa In Indiete tndlNel iiidietei
diete i and pleaded guilty utlty to u charge of ofaccenting ofacening ofueeethi
accenting ueeethi r n rahiroati ilro nrod d rebutes fo o vJveli hch h hpaid he hepaid hitpaid
paid a fine of 55 5O W Litter Cusoy eU testi testified tstltied testifled ¬
tied in the th eases ca of the intemau jnt r i1th com commerce coalfierce ¬ t tlUcrc
fierce commisston Nmmi Qn usralnst uzuln t several sn 1111 rail rwilri railrOlUli railioads
ri rOlUli uls to compel comp 1 them to comply with withthe withthe Withthe
the orders If f the commission At t thin thittime thinUc thtttIae
time im heUsn aas as asked < concerning lOnC rn ng rebate rchatewas rebat h hWltil la law5s
was alleged to have horn granted grantedcertaJn U Ucertain 1 1certain
certain iailroads At that tune he 1 < te tetirtcd ttf i
titled that only oll one road hud paid p Id re reEVEN ICb rebttet
b bttet tl I II
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0e1 I IEVENSOLDIERS
EVEN EVENSOLDIERS EENSOLDIERSKICK EENSOLDIERSKICKPresentGme SOLDIERS KICK KICKPrecentrfiame I Ir Iprcentr r
Precentrfiame prcentr amc of Football F otb 1I Too OQ Rougfj Rougfjfoe Roug1ft ou l lf
foe f ft t Uncle Sams Sa Fighters FightersWest FightersWest e eWest
West dtt Bt X Y V Dec 7DIgu1ler 7BrigadIerGeneral Brigadier BrigadierGeneral I
General Mills commandant couJn ndant of the United Unitedtw UnitedStates i
Stales military ucaenl has scant sents let Jolt lettei
tw t to Chancellor McCrnekeu 0f f New NewYork NewYotk NewI
I York BwfiOrislty 111h r U acccptlnp CCc liliS the invitRtioh invitRtiohextended InVlli htitationextended lon lonfxt
extended fxt < nded by tint faculty of the New ew York Yorkinstitution YorkinltltuUon Yuriiiistttnthoii
institution to seadre S4M sep4reresouttttiroe te > > r K ntative > > to a aconference aeonrenee aconfrenee
conference to cdiisWer e usitJtI the nikHtiojj qU StOU of ofat of1tbo ofatboiishicgthtgisrnoof
1tbo atboiishicgthtgisrnoof l hiJcth mo of tt football > Qtball UI usat Pftt Pfttat
at present pre ent 1 TI UTC m latter says t > s that the thenu thenuthoritles au authoritiex authOfiti
thoritiex thOfiti oftlw th academy are not in k favor favorof CaVOIof favorof
of abolisratrt abolls t th thus present J I Kt nt swmo mo butido butidobelieve but butdobelieve do dobeUeo
believe t t t it fhDlW1ttef0hI31Od fhDlW1ttef0hI31OdCHARLEST hpl b aefor teforJPcd teforJPcdCHARL ied iedCHARLES
CHARLES CHARL S T YERKES ILL ILLNew ILLXC ILLNc
New XC York ttec ec 7 iThc The condition o oCharles or orCharles otCharles
Charles T Ycikes of Chicago who is ill illat illitt
at the WaldorfAstoria hotel did not notshow notshow
show any In change tonight His physi physicans iihywtcans
cans declared tonight Mr Yorkoa ill illness Ulncss IllIleSS ¬
ness is not rcs r rearde4asserious rearde4asseriousTREATY S1lrcl r < lc < l u mi serious seriousTREATY xerlouitCIi
CIi t tTREATY
TREATY RATIFIED RATIFIEDVashlnston RATIFIEDYashn RATIFIEDWashington
Washington Yashn tn l DC > co 7 7Tite TJie > senate in ex executive cxetiitive ¬
ecutive sossion tonnv tom ratified the extra oxtrndition extraditiui > xtradition i
dition treaty betwou betlv l the till Initftl nit States Statesand StutesI Statesand
I and Denmark D nmurJ signed 8i 11 ou N Nr NCV > v C 1805 1805The lOI l3O l3OTREE
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SATURDAY SPECIAL SPECIAL40c SPECIAL40c
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This Footstool will ill be l 0i0 l of the largest 18le spetank sl ttl of the t lO season seasonand easonaud etloiiatiti
and as a Christmas Clni Cliiitnts las Giftnothing would QuId be nicer than ono of thci thciThe thctThe theuThe
The size ize ia s 10 1Ot 15 inches it lhes byS bj inches high lacquered bronie leg ll i > up upholgtorod upholilcrud tiplio1terud
holgtorod in highgrade velour veleurFor velourFor velourFor
For Satur Saturday jfl jfldOn1y
day d dOn1y y Only OnlyYOUR 4 TJC TJCow O C CYOUR
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An ye yeOpener Opener for forToday forToday
Today TodayStartling TodayStartli
Startling Startli j Prices at the New NewflaUf Newakrn
flaUf akrn rnja 6r rory e ry flo floi
i 74 WEST FIRST SOUTH STREET STREETIi
17 1Thj i pounds sugar for 4 4Very t lTely if ifVet
Very Vet b bt st corn three can for lotveQ 4 4Arer 4f 4fVery
Arer Very > heat tomatoes toml1t three c ettltll in for forKstrn fOtE forJi
Kstrn E tnt flue ne prunes rUJ65 per paun Jhud pounICait v i iCan y yCan
Can soup regular price 10 1OoJ per p ean OL t our ur jwfeofBivwd Jdoo foahaSil1llr iteinr iteinrChain ftr ftrClmns J JChunf
Chain regular price pri 15c jt cn fl our U iHSf flW4J pt ju uftf < r P ivJ ivJRaisins f fRnislns
Raisins our price priceper ncr i pound > ouni > > i L Vit
10 pounds Honeysuckle lard < jil 5 1 1I
5 pounds Honeysuckle lard hirdpounds
3 pounds Honeysuckle Ione suckle lard 1ttrdc t
50 pounds H P floUr t1 floUro u 111
50 o pounds straight strulghtGrade s1 rde 6 si sio 1
50 0 pounds bakers No No1 No1TJ1H1o 1 1These 1These >
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These prices 8 are gteoa s lU nft uUtforther l iqrth Cu rthr r notice We deliver piont piontpont Ptuntltl Ptuntltlpont prefltt1pont
pont forget liu ljl 17 pounds sugar susar f for r 108 and you dont have to buy buything ho hothing li i it
t thing else eis ls unless you want to Everything E Ev erything else c ise in the store at u l t tpr 10 10prc 1 1plccs
pr prc plccs ccs s Give us an order oril r over your our ihonf lhomI hion hionCAUFORNA
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74 West First South Street StreetInd
Ind Phone 913 Bell Phone 2124OCSPECJALrSUGAR 2124X 2124Xm 2124Xk
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Utah Hens Bulling the Egg Market MarketT Narketand
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T and J Price rlceGoes Goes to Forty PortyCents F01tyCents FortyCents
Cents a Dozen DozenThe DozenTue I ITile
The retail lcl 111 market rnart t is fctatioaary K se far faras taras tagas
as urices arc concemod lO CllJwd and quiet ffeworally ffew IIORrOra geiiorally
orally Ora II MidwILy Midw v betwtn TlianljaftvJne TlianljaftvJneaha TtU tnh qtvJ qtvJnnil agivhia
aha a d Christmas the marktUi experience ex lenee leneeh a ah aIi
h in business The dealers d aIEr r now nowHiving nowiIn nowaiving
Hiving thtir uticutkni to 0 the Importation Impwtationof I Ior
of supplies SUIJIIf in all lines nes ot delicacta del lor lortljt lortlc herbe
tlc be Christmas rush which r11 n eoift eoiftmence tnthiAlenci nm
mence in the next two wi wtdul k True C Cchange oafe oafechange oaehang I
change hang noledfc noted Is in the advauu pwde ie do dollerts hy hyhe I Ih
he h llerts ct < Kta These Jh l have ba be ben n Celling lang at S oenl oenliperiifck oelh4a oelh4afnr
iperiifck 11 fnr r lIckbut peek but the supply upl on hand at t toe toepresent tjtcpieMflt c cpr
present pr Kut time in i PO small that the price prtoehas pricehas i
has been 1J raised r1ti to 3 3 pounds ounds for 1Q cents centsCalifornia rentKCullrornla centsCalifornia
California vegetables are being received receivedrojrularly fecthed1ltSUlarlr gewivedugularly
rojrularly rojrularlyUtah 1ltSUlarlrUtah
Utah egg egga < 3 are scare the best t brands brandfbringing bra brabringing brandsbriiiging
bringing 45 cents i ner > > er 1 dozen dOHnIS dozenMETEOROLOGICAL f fMETEOROLOGICAL
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METEOROLOGICAL METE METEOROLOGICALYentcrdaysRecord ROLO ICAL REPORT REPORTYesterdays EPPRT
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Yesterdays Ye1 YentcrdaysRecord terdays Record at the Local I Ql Of Office Cf Cffice Office
fice of the Weather Bureau BureauMaximum Bureauaxiltum BureauMaXiiflhifll
Maximum temperature > si 5 u degrss r5T fiT t1i min minimum minImnm miltlinnin ¬
imum temperature l > mpt > tatllrf l dfprrtrs deJ Tti mean m n tem tempirat t reinjtrat m mJllta ¬
pirat Jllta lllr un i d degreca which hidl is 7 degrees dfRivosl drgreetSIItlow degreeslalow
l elow the normal Accunuut Ac mllltt1 tl d dfii d1icivney fick > Ofy
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Honest Work WorkHonest Worklion WorIzhonest
Honest lion est Prices PricesPainless PricesPuinleF PricesPitiniess
Painless Extraction of TttU Th b or Nj NjPay Ninay 1 1Pa
Pay Pa All H Work Tork Positively i > o itiel > outrun GIlr tJ tJPbOnet j jPhones i iPhones
Phones Bell ItSSX Did H2 11 11of 21aof i iof
of tpmixrature tpml1 tur since the first firstinoiuh fi fiistinouub IH < > f t tmonth
month ft f degrees dc s Accumulut 4ecufllulatdof cumulatd < J Jof r rof
of tcmHcraiurw since I I Jan 1 1 til tilTotal I d < < gr r rTotal
Total 1tallU preeipitationfrom + S p m i < i itrace Ii a atrace i itrUl
trace trUl AecuntuUtMl A t Cumul teod d deficiency ut j jtation jJi jJitMtlon ittation
tation shtce the first of tho lb miii miiiinch mtlil mtlilinch mlhinch
inch AccumiUatcd deficiency ut uttation oltatlin i itatiun
tation since Jan J n 1 142 1 inches inchesI
Go GoI
I GO ANYWHERE ANYWHERETo ANYWH ERE ERETo
To photograph anything Harry 1 11 hher r rler rler
ler Commercial Photographer I3i I3iilaln 1iMain > 1Ialn
Main Phones Bell 3S 2S5K rJ K hid Indll IndllI 111 1111C 1ie
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1C you wish 1sh a good dinner gu to tiL tiLntlou t il illanltou L LIantou >
lanltou ntlou hotel 6 to 730 p m mSALE ma mSALE rnS rnSALE
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SALE OF HAND PAINTED CHINA CHINABy CHINABy CHINABy
By Mr Ir Harry Shipler at MtrciiMia MtrciiMiatrunk ltrtdlth a atrunk atrunk
trunk store l j j Main street streetTicket str o t tn
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Ticket Money MoneyThirteen Monevbirt
Thirteen birt > en year ago O OMar ar ir < j jjihell
jihell IIh l the ticket t < k t broker trutr trutra tru trutri trutria
a man The man didnt pay P F II IIu Baud IIsued
sued u d him The he judgment got I Iand rand 1and
and he turned It to us f tot totlection t < n nkctlon 1 1J
kctlon kctlonWo J lectionWe tlon tlonV
Wo V collected lKLp 1OQ08 for UF O < ai aithe llthe
the th other clay dA on dds old claim claimIf dalrnIf elattitIf
If you turn some oC your Our Kci Kcidebts 11Ildebts 1LLldebts
debts to us we we nlignt get gtmoney sim simmoney II II111on
money 111on foryou for you ou 1ttd nd d then thouOUld > > u ucould uould
ould buy a tickat > to Califma Califmafor t1if Caiifiifor > ill illfor
for rour our wife
Merehants rlotective Associan AssocianScientific
Scientific Collectors of Bad Debts DebtsTop 1ebtsTop
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