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Senators Will Disouss Panama Otn OtnAppropriation Oan1 Oan1Appropriation
Appropriation Bill BillALSO BillALSO
AIAHINGTON f ASHINGTON D iec e 3i ILThe Tho flr flrimi irst irstb
b V imi imIsrtant < ortsnt maasura murtw1c1 which will re reive r rthe
ive the att ttntion ntk n of the thetut seatte seatteI
tut I be b the t t te Panama canal emergem emergemiiiriijatlon einrenCYurrjat1on
iiiriijatlon bill and Ita U consWem consWemtifii on81derRtirii
tifii Ill bg1ii j < 5gin this week Some en enktors n nutors
utors prriitt that It will become a lavi law lawarfcrc
i fforr th close of the week but oth othTH <
TH 9 liavf 1ia expresstKl the opinion thit thitJU thKtiitl
JU iitl al action will be deferred until tin tink the theIrHowlng
k following1 There will be no ef eff
f 1 it t prevent the paswa paaage of the bl blr bUt bUtYw
> r tnt Yw Mjutpe 1ULP hut there will be sonx sonxif zOueif
if > Uiin to the proposed restoratioi restoratioiol
ol thf t3 ruot1oo rirf w0 subtracted by tl the JMJMW JMJMWtiia huusr
tiia r r thr amount to be appropriated appropriatedJiiii approprltedft
Jiiii ft lbsd ilsa of the sum um the bill will b bI be beWFA <
I U WFA = a as a L baalsfor b4thI tor the general d111 d111i U8 U8f
f s on of the canal question It l li e exi
xi i < tfl t d thai the debate will d ileal ilealI a aIjrurli
Ijrurli I rKrh with the th question as to Mhcthei Mhctheitvr whtlterI
tvr i iiui itI shall be constructe < l on th thIvei the thet <
t t Ivei 1 v1 There is some conflict eonfltetI o or
< I < > r as a to whether the bill shall b bn be beJ
n J nod so the umiinittee on appropH appropHi
i is ur to the committee on Inter Interf Interri
f ril raiwls raiwlsShip raiatlShip
< Ship Subsidy Bill BillTiuv BillTI
Tiuv TI gtnural expectation i tlmtr there tharJna thereria
Jna ria hn iompHrativeJv little additional additionalIpglslatlon addItIonlItgIlatton
Ipglslatlon before the Christmas hell liolltlarB hellItu
tlarB Several other measures will IM IMYlgoroJbly be beVigoroubly
YlgoroJbly pressed during the session sessionitout seslotiut
itout ut with Itli the exception of the merchant merchantmarine mercliatimarine
marine bill the aponsoro of the bllla btll d dSot 1o 1oLut <
Sot tount uj uIJot ou getting early consider consideration considertIon ¬
ation tIon Senator e1atoI Oallingtr will call UF UFthi upth
thi nierihant marine hill ut the first flrsloiDfrtunlty firstoyprrtunlty
oiDfrtunlty and and Is hopeful that debate debateIll < <
Ill not be loii lone delayed No on ontants one oneIJifl
< tants ujnin getting a report from com comr cornlttcc
r ltte < s cn ii the railroad rate bill unti untimf utiIrtm
rtm < mf time after the holidays Th Thtufi lhn lhnncuures <
tufi nieuhures mentioned are cojiald cojialdt
t rcd tj thf th most Important that will cow cowu cometr
u lore tr the senate this tht session and they theyvil theyrtceivc
vil receive much attention until they theywte theyfinalI
wte finally finalI dl dIspoed > osd of ofWork otWork
Work for January JanuaryThr
flip > fonftlderatlon l by > y the s etwte nt ol oltiK of oft
tiK t jcilnr statehood bill and the bill tot tott fort4
t t4 if r rt faction of the duty on Philippine PhilippineIninoiiutl PhIlippineInfloiLatluns
Ininoiiutl InfloiLatluns ns Into the United State StateMill Statesiili
Mill uii > s ssarlly arlly be posti postpotoil > o e l until aft after afta ¬
er Uv holidays No one row expect expectn
n y tffort to modify the tariff unioe unioein unioslii
in thr direction of Senator Lodges LodgesIUI1 LodgeatiiIl
IUI1 irovltling for a maximum > and andy
T naiuini rate The Massachusetts Massachusettsr
r latn j regards this proposition vi vii WIth WIthiavr
i vc v h lav iavr r and will press It strenu strenufij1 strenuIf
fij1 If lif l nxeives a siz j encourmce encourmceir
ir T 111 to fio tb BO BOVU soLF
VU LF of ttu b 0 ULrtj > i 4ttrl 4f tH jebnt jebnti re reLI
i v Mill LI br > devoted d VOtOd to the ror rr4nt rr4ntf 4nl 4nlu
u fn > f the committt commIttees a and there thereLu is isiii
iii the auii6 aiUiOeceffiai 9e m at of ort o < liv livr
r t s uu LtI be made Ifefor Thursday Thursdaynit
nit r MltetepUs MItc Ls death d Ut will be an anr gjr
r aiKutt hv SeniUQr FuH 4m n totaorMw totaorMwji
ji it t is 1 not probable that the an anl anuY
l jr ti < nr It vH cause an adjournment adjournmentCf
Cf c f thf Uute UuteHOUSE 1uttPHOUSE
Speaker Cannon Will Announce the theCommittees theCommittees
Committees Today Todayi
i Wellington v bingon Dec 10 IOSpeaker Speaker Can CanMl
Ml 11 announce the committee of ofth ofItU
th Iviiif ItU tomorrow This will prae praei praitplete
i itplete > mi l te the orfanimation of ofirtular ofbuIar
irtular branch of the Fiftyninth FiftyninthTil
Til committee appointed appointedt
< 4 t during the week for organ organthe orgenthe
the appointment of aubcom aubcomand subcoinarid
and th asaiKimieut to them of ofnvuHUre ofUt
nvuHUre nvuHUrem
m Ut time th the subcommittees will willa willt
a t t > th t li full commute and they theyr
r n tv t thf house In this manner mannert
t viuls t1s of f legislation will l he e start startr
r With tln Ions ouc Beaslon ahead how howr ho hoe
r vo important results are expected expectedinti expect expectiflflI
inti iflflI utter itei the holiday reeea The ap apnr 54r
nr r > i itions tii1 oommltt < e which perhape perhaper
t r > M 1 h stvist vieat task to perform will willt
t I roi rc sitr either the leffialative or orr r rr
+ r Isiri t of Columbia appropriation appropriaUoni
i i I Lt it iln outlook is that neither neitherfhs neitheryitIsures
fhs inraaure will receive cow eouix cowttitiofl
x > iiifiition ttitiofl before the holidays holidaysTist holidaysTi
Tist Ti t liMt will be no Uu Ick k of legrirta legrirtar
r > j vsitlons L 4 is IndicatM by the theuJ
uJ ii j is ivhJrh have already been in ini
i 1 iu the house since the open openf
I f mis sfsslon Many of these are arei
i t 4 private bill affecting itffoctIn only onlyual onlyjUj
jUj ual intereet intereetholiiiay interf5tadjournment
holiiiay adjournment U 1 be bel bei1I
l il b < > flxed on as Thursday Thursdayj
j it t Traders are disposed to eac exT
T 11 1 n idfration < of the Philippine PhilippineP
P rL iH t anti tearinss will undoubt undoubtt
t l si git as s goon as the way and andi andiIItttIC
i jnuiilit iIItttIC H ha hae organised organisedRAILROAD organinedRAJLROADEMPLOYES
i I > i 1 1A X A resolution reintl orotest orotesttht
< tht plaoinx pta In in the hands handst
t U htistut t ttt commerce commisaion commisaionilria eommiulonratnukIn
ilria ratemukiuu M wera > was wast
t 1 f n it i a t 2ncetiUg int etiuc here today of fifty fiftyr flfl flflr
r iuivii v f 1 tn the different railway railwaybruiherhood
1 j > bruiherhood in n Cook county countydecIatris ountyr
r uKU declare that any in int InI
t i with the earnIng power of the theif theI
if I I f t < be dctrunentat of 0 th thi thO thOwnaid >
i > < > > ii would make harder harderi
i I M us now fJiistlns XIStIfl and would wouldti
ti t i t > bsr r toward any future futurei S ST
i T 11 iir sr nrt for betterment bettermentc
c v t oiuliiion oiuliiiono
o 1 nftuit t xiuy < is mM < to b ts pr pri peea
1 i t 4 uentral meeting of all rail raJlr
> t r > < it 4 in fVx took k county rountfBARONESS 4 4BARONESS
hriiHTiia 1Ti iiiLt l Ic > o 10 1OXIii King Haakon and andi andfLId
< > i fiiuj iili the minister of state statemptibirs statet
t rI mptibirs if f th storthinjf and tb tbth tbI
I th dtplumutii c corps < > rp i and andt
t I < jtt Jifs wer present P5tflt at the Nofc Nobel l li
i i it I where in solemn oere oerearwieaii cerearuIeaa
> arwieaii Von Suttoer of ofr 0 0tr
tr r wax wa adjudged the ib winner of the theJs thei
Js i I K JM are prize The baronew for forr
r < ert es > 8 has b h4s4t eH orominent in In Inf inS
f S jiiiiKil movements ktoklns to tbo tbof
f < i ih world She was one of the theV
V tlai t l dflesutes to th the International Internationali
i ujTci rtss > < i held at Boatoa a y year yearMISSION ar arMISSION
H lu nu a Dto 16 The ju atsMer > amt r Mon Monuhiih Mont
t uhiih hih sailed niU d today from New XewK
I K liatt dinont her passengers Ed Edvj d
vj 4 jivaii and hi hs family 3r 3ri tr trgoIng
i s gums to 1 Washington Vashtnglonwhere where be beidp betdeavoi
tdeavoi idp voi tu have COfli5 congrms recoif recoifhim recc reccY
Y him as delegate Jrom rom th the Isle ofi ofiCOLONY of ofnt
E Paso Tex Dec it c JOi Max tx Kirchraan Kirchraanf
of f hi htagu ago l la at Seeorrr N M i 0m 0mife omr
r ife l ktuI t ils fylf hto1 Ulishhi u oniony
o1 Bohemtun titrt tl tintt ulrtuiy ulrtuiyurt4 air aAy aAytr4
urt4 th the land
Government Throws Down Gauntlet Gauntleto Gauntletto
to labor Organizations OrganizationsI
Q T 2 PJSTSHSBURG iwF sBURa Saturday even evenj evenLI
LI j fug Dec 8 9Another Another crisis is i n nhand tt tthId
hand involving tnvlvln the indeftnit indeftnitprolongation htdeitiilteproioneation
prolongation of the strike the probabl probablimmediate probtiAlehrnnediate
immediate precipitation of a a genera generastrike general generalstrike
strike throughout Russia and a poe poeafble poeI
I afble tine struggle between the gov govj
j ermmmt ernzu nt and the proletariat proletariatThis proletariatThis
This sudden change for the worse u uthe Is IsI
I the result of the shedding of tim firs firsbload fireSbled
bled In the telegraph strike this aft afternoon afternoon
ernoon almost simultaneously with th thaction the theaction
action ef M Durnovo minister of th thinterior tht thtinterior <
interior in throwing down the gaunt gauntlet gauntlet
let to the labor organizatIons by ar arreefing arresting
reefing M Krustaleff preeident of th thexecutive the theecseutIe
executive committee of the workmen workmencouncil workmenscouncil
council without warning warningArrest warningArrest
Arrest of Krustaleff KrustaleffAbout KrustaleffAbout
About 8 oclock o eioek several companies o oCossacks of ofCossackt
Cossacks clattered through the street streetleading streetsletultng
leading to the headquarters of tin tincouncil thecouncil
council In Tarovia street Havimbarred Having Havingbarred
barred the approaches u force oi oitroops of oftroops
troops and nd police oIIce surrounded the build buildIng buildlug
lug after which secret service met metrushed menrushed
rushed in and seized Krustaleff The Thij Thelatter
j latter made no resistance and the aif aiffair affair
fair was conducted oulckly It was waiimpossible wasiniposetbhe
impossible for Krustaleff to conceal th thpapers the thepitpers <
papers of the organization in which whichthe vhfchthe
the police evidently expected to fln find findevidence < l levidence
evidence proviro the ultimate effect effectto
to be b an armed uprising against the theifovern thegovernment
ifovern government governmentI men t tf
f I Tyo Tio Carriers Killed KilledI
I I A disturbance in which two carriers carriersi
i were kiUed and a policeman and soy aevi soyeral
i wl others wounded occurred at the theaame thesame
same hour Immediately in front of ofthe oCthe
the general postofilce ahe strikers for fortwo foitwo
two days have been seeking to per perMiiade iersuade
Miiade the volunteer and regular car carriers carriors ¬
riers to refuse to work At the door doorof doorof
of the building today the strikers en enraged enraged ¬
raged by the refusal of thevolunteers thevolunteersto the volunteers volunteersto
to quit drew knives whereupon car carrier carI
I rier attempted to defend himself with withi
I i a revolver Both the carrier and a acompanion
4 companion were killed on the spot A Ai Asquad
i squad of policemen was stood off by the thestriker thestrikers
striker and workmen who sympa sympathised sympathle ¬
thised thle d with them them Both sides ex exchanged oxchanged ¬
changed a fierce fusillade during duringwhich duringwhkh
which a policeman and several work workmen ¬
men 150 were wounded woundedManaged
1 Managed to Escape EscapeA
A As the strikers were withdrawing w1tlulrawtt a aCo aCoqioaack
Co Coqioaack ack patrol came rationing to the thee
j e Vl pa D of of oftbrew i3e atrmer ttF ed w wthrew
threw an hwtatta > bomb an and andCcesacka t tCocsacks
Cocsacks wheeled in order to avoid avoidVtMO avoidMt
VtMO Mt th jr premntted t he deadly 4es4lyMIPeHO deadlymMH
mMH ajb Tbe crowd auuanged to get m man ft ftan
an open eowrlway co ke e to the door doorTh doori
i to oirnpe oirnperho
Th rho news of the arrest of KrudtalefC KrudtalefCcreated 1rutaIefI
I created an Immense 6 sensation x among amongthe sinOflgthe
the workman All the socialist labor laborand mborarid
and kindred organizations are holding holdinga
a meeting tonUrht at which most in inrtammatory IntImmatory
rtammatory speeches are being made madein
I in denunciation of the government and andall andalt
all are talking of a geoeral strike In Inorder Inorder
order to save their leader leaderKru9taJeff leaderCruecJ
Kru9taJeff CruecJ 4f as h he is called though thoughthat thoughthat
that 10 not his name te Ii regarded as asthe asthe
the brains of the revolutionary move movement movemont ¬
mont Ho bus displayed genius in or orsanisJittf orgenielug
sanisJittf both the Industrial and po political poutica ¬
utica strikes which have terrorized terrorisedtha
tha th government His offer of financial financialsupport financialsupport
support to the telegraphers yeaierday yeaierdayprevented YeaOrlaYprevented
prevented a collapse of their strike strikeCrisis strikeCrisis
Crisis Precipitated PrecipitatedIn
In l some quarters it in t believed that thatthe thatthe
the government realising that a great greatstruggle greatstruggle
struggle with the workmen and the thesocialist theI
I socialist organisations is inevitable in inJanuary inJanuary
January arrested Krustaleff with the theintention theintentIon
intention of deliberately precipitating precipitatingmatters preepitatingt
t matters by challenging the organiza organizations organizations ¬
tions before they were fully prepared preparedThltt inopaIedThis
This show of strength also gives color colorto
to the report that the douma election electionlaw
law which It is now expected will be bepromulgated bepronmlated
promulgated next week is to be fol followed ci cilowed ¬
lowed by energetic measures to restore restoreorder
order even if it be necessary to de declare decisro ¬
clare martial law in various parts of ofthe ofthe
the empire on the ground that it would wouldbe wouldbe
be impossible to hold the elections in inthe iiithe
the present state of the country At Atthe
the same time K i is understood that it iti
i Ia the intent tntenton on of the government to toSO too
SO o a sep further in the direction of ofappeasing ofappeis1n
appeasing the peasants by providing providingor
for or purchase by them on the Install Installment installinset ¬
inset plan of a portion of the crawn crawnappendages erawnatpeudagee
appendages and the private ealtitde ealtitdethat eettesthat
that have been hypothecated to < che chegovernment vbeiovernntent
government land banks and unre unredeemed unreProbable ¬
Probable Revolution RevolutionWhik RevolutionWhile
While such a programme undoubted undoubtedly ¬
ly would receive the sympathy of that thatauction thatsection
auction of the population which desires desiresthe desr desrthe
the restoration of order above every everything everything ¬
thing especially of the business inter interests interete ¬
ests like the manufacturers of St StPetersburg StPetersnirg
Petersburg who yesterday passed a aresolution aresolution
resolution in favor aver of prosecuting the theagitators theaglttrs
agitators to the full extent of the law lawU lawIt
U would provoke the socialists and rev revolutonariet revohutonailce
olutonariet to desperation The mod moderate modorate ¬
orate liberal also believe that such a apolicy apotky
policy would be suicidal rfnd nd would be besur besure
sur sure to brine in its wake repression repressionthen repressionthen
then an armed conflict with the prole proletariat proletenet ¬
tenet and ffn IPahly ly a bloody revolution revolutionMany revoluUnnMany
Many persons believe that Count CountWltte CountWitte
Wltte will not lend hmraif to such a aprA aproermine
prA proermine rimn thit his hi fall is imminent imminentand itninlnentand
and that when he got goes he will leaxd leaxdreaction letroreacIon
reaction and revolulon face to face faceIt faceIt
It to again rumored that th the premier premierairdy premierfli2dV
airdy has ie reslaned i n d and will be sue sucw sueresIed
resIed w fed bv Oeiwal Count Alexis Irna Irnatleff I ItIcif
tleff Another rumor s to the effect effectthat offsetthat
that Lk Liutsnnt utfnant General Mlatehenko Mlatehenkoone
one of the thh heroes roe of he war in Man Manohurtn Manehurira
ohurtn who is now on his war to St StP StPtersbur
P Ptersbur ertiburg will assume the dictator dictatorship dictatorahb ¬
Wltte Losing Ground GroundThe Groundrho
The A 4tqlICIitNl ociatd Prfws Is unibe to ob obtain obraIn ¬
raIn confirmation nf any of these ni nimor vumorfl
mor On th the ftntriry it Iwrng i srn front fronta ron rona
a Wirh d source > t Coun Wttess po peel l lrl
rl 011 SA a far as a the emwtmr te concerned concernedhi
1 hi peeotly p > otly weud aai that his majesty majestyM
M s Hin Mm IIIt the be wld wilst t enoi cooneratlon cooneratlonNevrth4sss > ratlon ratlonN
Nevrth4sss N > v rrhel sit th the counts failure to ac aclilm Sceomptb
eomptb somethIng tanvI4e hits caue d dhim
him o los lose ground stead stetdy ly In public publicn 4
01 4flfl 4flflven
ven n th the Ptvo th the orr oran n of rh rhflr the theIOVS1
IOVS1 flr ord ords turns ievseeIy teeiy r Ai n him himbjy hindecIafiw
decIafiw > bjy < nj tH jie < be e l is a failure and uric uricthat itrgthat
that it w w4lh ll b be in3ooc Imuwslble < 4bl to restore restorecojirtdonce restoreontdnee
cojirtdonce until npwer has hasto hasthe
to th the hands 0 f the douma doumaO dountCSurt
O CSurt nt WJtte must give way to a at aat
at t salftcted by tha tb national as asTtA asrhe
TtA prfftR ettrnof of the newspapers are ared nreholding
holding d np s w n < fttU etlux a tonight to determine golermlnetir determinethvr
thvr tir atit atttud < tewmjd U the > n new w press pressContinued ptessContirtued
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If Horses Were Allowed to Be Driven Throu1i the Stre ts as rt as Automobiles Go
Plunging About in a Storm Off Nan Nantucket NantucketShoals
tucket tucketShoals tucketShoalsl tucketShoalsHER Shoals ShoalsHER
M EWPOItT R L I Dec 10 1OVttle > Vhle the theXantuekot theI
NEWPORT I Nantucket South Shoal lightship lightshipXo
Xo K S chained to a spot far out outIn outin
In the North Atlantic was plunging plungingabout plungIngabout
about today in the severest storm so sofar sofar
far this season a leak leRk was discovered discoveredin
in the fire room eonipartmeHts which whichlet whichlot
let in the water so steadily that when whenwireless whenwIreless
wireless communication ceased at 330 330aclock 33Ooclock
aclock this afternoon the fivov had hadbe hadbeen
been be n extinguished and the vessel was washelple washeiplee
helple heipleeAs > s sAs
As the lightship which is a relief reliefvatisel reliefveesot
vatisel and which went on the station stationonly stationonly
only five days ago Is equipped with withtlvo wIthfive
five watortJifnt compartments It is be believed helieved ¬
lieved tonight by the lighthouse offl offlciais 0111daIs
daIs that sh she would survive the gale eraiewhich galewhich
which at that time was backing into intothe Intothe
the northwest northwestEffort northwestEffort
Effort at Rescue RescueNevertheless RescUeNeverthelons
Nevertheless every effort was made madeto
to go to her assistance As the sea neawas seawas
was very heavy off shore and none but butthe butthe
the stoutest vessels could be used it itwas Itvat
was found that the gunboat Hist was waathe wasthe
the only one available in port here hereJust hereJust
Just ns she was about to leave the slip slipher slipher
her steering gear gave out It was waslearned Waslearned
learned however that the lighthouse lighthouseotlicinis Ighthousofficials
officials in Boiton had arranged to dis dispatch dispatch ¬
patch the lighthouse tender Azalea Azaleafrom Azaleafrom
from New Bedford and it w was s expected expectedthat expectedthat
that she he would reach the vicinity of ofthe ofthe
the lightship before piorning piorningSome orn1ngSome
Some Anxiety Felt FeltLighthouse FeltLighthouse
Lighthouse officials while admitting admittingthat admittingthat
that they wore somewhat anxious re regarding roearding ¬
garding the lightship pointed out that thather thather
her compartments should be able to tokeep tokeep
keep the vessel afloat even with one oneof oneof
of them filled for a considerable length lengthof
of time It was also pointed out that thatthe thatthe
the shift of the wind to the northwest northwestusually northwestusually
usually has the tendency of smoothing smoothingthe afliQothingthe
the sea In the vicinity of the lightship lightshipAnchored lightshipAnchored
Anchored Par Out at Sea SeaThe SeaThe
The Nantucket lightship is anchored anchoredfortytwo anchoredfortytwo
fortytwo miles out She has for many manyyears manyyears
years been the turning point of steam gteamers steamera
ers bound to and from reIn Liverpool and andXew andNest
Nest York and within the past four fouror fouror
or five years has be been n equipped with withwireless withwIreless
wireless telegraph She is commanded commandedby
by Oapta n Gergteon and carries a acrow acrow
crow consisting of two engineers and andeight andeight
eight men menShe menShe
She also has on board three wireless wirelessoperators wirelessoperators
operators attached to the navy They Theyare Theyg
are g Rusxell Fairbanks chief ejectrl ejectrlclan electrielan
clan Charles Blankenship electrician electricianof
of the firstclass and William IIlIam B Sny Snyder Snydec
dec electrician of the secondclass secondclassHer
Her first officer Is George Acorn of ofBoston ofBoston
Boston her engineer Stephen Davis of ofFairhaven ofFairbaven
Fairhaven Mass and her second en engineer engineer ¬
gineer John Lubby of Newport NewportKING NowporLKING
Distribution of the Nobel Prizes at atStockholm atStockholm
Stockholm StockholmStockholm StockholmStockholm
Stockholm Dec 10 141The The Nobel > prizewere prize prIzeswere
were distributed at the Royal Aoaderoy Aoaderoyf
of > f Mu 311sIe le today by 1 King Oscar in th thl thpresence
presence l re ence of a dUting distinguished iah d gnthertng in inluding Ineluding
eluding all the member of the royal fain family fainfly ¬
fly and of the diplomatic corps The re reipienta rocipients
ipienta of the priso priSos were wereIn wereIn
In physics Philip VWl > L txnsrd nard president vt vtClel ttICtel
Clel university for researches Into Ca Caraysin Cathodt
thodt raysin chewUtry Adolph von vonlunichen vonBoeyer
Boeyer professor at tb University at atNuniehen
lunichen for researches leaoJng to the thevolution theeIut1eu
volution of organic chemistry and the thaeveiopment thedevelopment
development of the chemical InduTatry in inlediciee Inmedicine
medicine Professor Robert KSaah fpt Ber Berln Berun
un ln tor or researches looking to the theprevon theprevontioti preven prevenloa
loa of tuberculosis andi In lUaraturo lUaraturollerr 11 tdraturoherr
herr Slenklewicz tii tlje PoMsA Pollnbun nQ jJtst jJtstMim
Mim un BinUeviez yne unablou to be bere bepresent
present > re iiu being ill at Craoowv
Prime Minister Will Also be First Lord of the Treasury TreasuryiKing TreasuryiKingEdward King KingEdward
Edward Has Signified His Approal of the theLiberal theLiberal
Liberal Government
L the iIw1rk2Mr iIw1rk2MrIstry
istrj Is made up as follOwsPrime follows followsPrime
Prime Minister and First Lord of the theTreasury theTreasurySir
Treasury TreasurySir Sir Henry CampbellBajiner CampbellBajinerman
man manLord manLord
Lord High Chancollor ChancellorSir Sir Robert Roberti RobertThreshie
i Threshie Reid ReidChancellor ReidChancellor
Chancellor of the IBxchcniuaivHor IBxchcniuaivHorI
I bert Henry Aariuith AariuithSecretary AsuitliSecretary
Secretary of State for Homo Affiajrs AffiajrsI Atfa4rsHerbert
I Herbert John Gladstone GladstoneSecretary GladstoneSecretary
Secretary of State for Poreign Af Affairs AtairsSir ¬
fairs airsSir Sir Edward Gray GraySecretary GreySecretary
Secretary of State for the Coloi Colonies ColoniesThe i e eThe
The Earl of Elgin ElginSecretary Elginsecretary
Secretary of State for War WarRichard WarRichardBurdon Hichaid HichaidBurdon
Burdon Haldane HaldaneSecretary HaldancSecretary
Secretary of State for indltJolrn indltJolrnMorley In lla Joli JoliMorley
Morley MorleyFirst MorleyFirst
First Lord of the AdmiraltyBaron1 AdmiraltyBaron1Tweedmouth AdznirahtyJ3aronTweedmouth
Tweedmouth TweedmouthPresident TweedmouthPresdent
President of the Board of Trade TradeDavid TtdsDavId
David Lloyd George GeorgePresident GeorgePresident
President of the Local Government GovernmentBoard GovernmentBoardJohn
Board BoardJohn John Burns BurnsSecretary BurnsSecretary
Secretary of State for Scotland ScotlandJohn ScotlandJohnSInclair John JohnSinclair
Buxton ItuxtimChief i
Chief Secretary for or Ireland TirelandJames James JamesBryce I IBryce
Bryce BryceLord BryceLord
Lord President of the Council CouncilThe CouncilTheErl The TheEarl
Earl of Crewe CreweLord CreweLord
Lord of the Privy Seal SealThe The Marquis Marquisof
of Ripen RiponPresident RipenPresident
President of the Boad of Education EducationAugustine ifducattonAugustitie
Augustine Birrell BirrellChancellor iirrellChancellor
Chancellor of Uw Duchy Du hy of t Lancas Lancaster LapeasterSh ¬
ter terSh Sir Henry Bartley Fowler FowlprThe FowlerThe
The foregoing pw8tfute nttIfute the cabinet cabinetTqe eablnetThe
The following mlnbtem are not in the thecabinet thecabinet
cabinet cabinetLord cabinetLord
Lord Lieutenant of IralandEarl Irdaml Earl of ofAberdeen ofAberdeen
Aberdeen AberdeenLord AberdeenLord
Lord Chancellor of Ireland IrelandRight IrelandRightHon Right RightHon
Hon Samuel Wnlkoi WnlkoiFirst VttlkerFirst
First Commissioner of Works and andPublic andPublic
Public JSuJldlns1 Buld1ngLawIs Lenis Vernon liar liarcourt j jcourt
court courtSz 1 1Sir
Sir Henry CampbeliBannennan i idrove Idrove
drove to the palace at 6 oclock this thisevening1 thisevening
evening and had an audience with withKing withlKing
King Edward of about tweny minutes mimitfcsand minutesand
and at which his majesty signiiied his hisapproval hisapproval
approval of the new government i
Acquiescence on the Part of the United States Necessary to toBring toBring
Bring the Boycott to an End EndResult Result of a aMeeting aMeeting
Meeting at Hong Kong
OXGKOXG Dec 30 10At At a meeting or orj orthe
H j the boycott committee of the Chinese Chinesegttilds Chinesegidkls
gttilds and American merchants here heretoday heretoday
today the former drew up the following followingdemands
demands the granting of which they theysaid theysaid
said would be necessary to bring tue tueboycott th thboycott
boycott to an end endFirst endFirstA
First FirstA A distinct definition of ofthe theterm thetermlabor term termSecondThat
labor laborSecond
Second SecondThat That legislation affecting tii tiiChinese tfli tfliChinese
Chinese must have the approval of th thChinos the theChinese
Chinos government governmentThird governmentThirdThat
Third ThirdThat That American consuls in China Chinahe Chinabe
he authorized to issue certificates for ad admission adtitisslon ¬
mission to the United States of Chinese Chineseexcept Chineseexcept
except laborers without hindrance ex except cxce1t ¬
cept In cases of fraud fraudIssuance fraudIssuance
Issuance of Passports PassportsFourth
Fourth FourthThe The issuance of passports by byth bYthe
th the Chinese or other governments for sub suftmiKBion submission
mission to American consuls cou uls preparatory preparatoryto
to the granting of certificates certificatesFifth certificatesFifthMedlcal
Fifth FifthMedlcal Medical examination prior to todeparture todeparture
departure to be conducted by American Americandoctors Americandoctors
doctors and one European doctor the lat
Movement For Publicity of Campaign Contributions Gathering GatheringForce Gatheringa
a Force ForceAdditional Additional Members of of1he the National NationalOrganization NationalOrganizationMeeting
Organization OrganizationMeeting Meeting iniuary I
t A IASHINGTON Dec 10 10Perry Perry Bel Belmont BeV
V V mont of New York chairman of ofthe ofthe
the publicity bill committee committeewhich committeewhich
which Is instituting a movement for forpublicity furpublicity
publicity of campaign contributions contributionstoday contrIbutionstoday
today announced that the fqllowiiuf fQllowiughave fqllowiiufliuve
have consented to serve as members membersof
of tint national organization In addi addition addition ¬
tion to those whose names have al already already ¬
ready been published publishedGovernor publishedGovarnor
Governor Hanley of Indiana Govern Governor ¬
or Montague of Virginia covernor covernorCunimins < Soven or orCummins
Cummins of Iowa Governor Blanchard Blanchardof
of Louisiana Governor WaTfJeld of ofMaryland ofMaryland
Maryland Governor Dawson oE West WestVirginia WestVirginia
Virginia Samuel Gompers president presidentAmerican presidentArnerirnn
American Federation of Labor G teoTge teoTgeGray orse orseGray
Gray TJhlted Ctates circuit Judge Del Delawarot Deawaroi
awarot Charles W Eliot president presidentHarvard presidentHarvdrd
Harvard university EdwIn A 444qpmnn 4Ic 4Icinoji
inoji president University ul tit5jiW rajftiy
VV H P Fuuncepreiildaixt FauncepreldeutBrown Brownnini tziiI
tar to be appointed uy the Chine an anthoritles u uthoritiea
thoritiea with a similar eamH esantisatton etton on onarrival onarrIal
arrival arrIal in the United State Statesjt if fund fotindneceiwary fundI
I necessary neceiwaryThe necessaryI
I The sixth and seventh demand call for formoet formoat
moet favored nation treatment of Chinese Chineaoresidents Chineseresidents
residents and travtlers in the United UnitedStatwfi UnitesStates
States StatwfiThe StatesThe
The eighth demand repudiates except exceptUonal ezp ezpU01u41
Uonal regtatratiow reglstrariOaXIathTbe i iNinth
Ninth XIathTbe The adinlfeslon of Chinese la laborers isborets ¬
borers to th the islands of Hawaii and th thPhilippines time timePhilippines
Philippines provided the local authorities autlioriticeare
are ro willing willingTechnical willingTechnical
Technical Errors to Be Passed PassedTenth PassedTenthlit
Tenth Tenthlit In case of necessary inquiry en envided
ri1hai the e is to he no detention pro provided
vided security be furnished < L Technical IVchnicaa Technicalerrors
errors in ppers are not to considered considereda
a bar to admission admtseionFHeventh admissionEleventhThe
FHeventh EleventhThe The admission of the fam families am ¬
ilies of Chinese residents the importation importationOf
Of females being safeguarded sufeifuardedTwelfth safeguardedTwelfthThe
TwelfthThe Twelfth The readmission to the Unit United Unitad ¬
ed States of Chinese who have been ito itoiorted < le leported
ported for nonregistration in proof qr qrtheir qrtheir
their po p0sestion se3fion of property in thai ooun countr 1
tr or that they are crcditors there
0 0Verslty
verslty Henry Hopkins presdent presdentWilliams preadentWilliams
Williams college William De W Hyde Hydapresident Hydepretident
president Bowdoln collagre Wl L LWard LWard
Ward New York member Republican Republicannational Ilepublicannational
national committee Norman E Alack AlackNew MackNew
New York member national Democratic DemocraticoommUtee
oommUtee William E Chandler for former forracy ¬
racy secretary of the navy and of the theSpanish theSanIsh
Spanish cliiims commission Wnshng VTntngten
ton D C Charles E Hughes counsel counselNew counselNew
New York legislative insurance in investigating inveatigating ¬
vestigating committee Warner Miller Millerformer Millerformer
former United States tittes senator from New Newyork
York John M Thurston former United UnitedStates Unitedtates
States tates senator from Nebraska Wit William Wit11am ¬
liam F F Vllas former pqsftnaster gen general genera ¬
eral era Everett Colby state senator New NewJersey NewJersey
Jersey Carter H Hanison former formermayor formermayor
mayor of Chicago Roger C Sullivan SullivanIllinois
I Illinois member Democratic national nationalCommittee national9pqmuttee
Committee Charles A Gardner chair
COfllfllitttd state publicity bIll bIllb
b mthItteo John F DilLon Naw York
large Crowd Present at the Opening Openingof
of the TiftyNintli Congress CongressMANY CongressMANY
Special to IJha iihe Herald HeraldIASHINQTON HeraldAl
Al IASHINQTON D Dec c I0wrhe loTheV fir firMonday
V V Monday In Deeamber as Used Usedby tlxedby
by tJ the i constitution 118 yours yoursugo yearsago
ago paw all rods leading to the thecapitai thecttpitJ
capitai filled an and Hs lIss liberty from fromh rota rotahat
h hat r lofty perch viewed many streams streamsof
of teole > opl Approaching her build buildin buildIiix
in Iiix before noon The carriages of the thaThe theea1t4
ea1t4 whisked over tue broad plaza and andittitter
ittitter t1ie nrisds The hardies crawled crawledi crawledthe
he i hills and the tr toot et car emptied emptiedtheir eIltIedtheir
their quota f Seam few enjoyed l offiqlaJ offiqlaJfonttvciion omclaiI
fonttvciion I with the occasion but west ipontpeople westlOUPiC
people sought admission to he spectators spectatorsgalkry pectatorsgmdIcry
galkry which is to be hue only by card cardani card4ri
ani thizic Invitations are limited The TheJourkctiitr Thedouvkceprs
Jourkctiitr af the house wing of tho thocupitol thoALttl
cupitol hud many suave excuse to r rfor make makefot
for tht house is always the greater at attraction attrscttli ¬
traction and ev every ry approach is be beslegcxl bee1egtd
slegcxl for hours Only on one side sidethe sidethepress tho thopress
press gallery over the speaker chair chairwan chairwas
wan there a gap The leisurely corre correpui correpwtmtts
pui pwtmtts < i < rit were mostly in the wings un until UnUt ¬
til noon for up to that time every one onelias onelia
lias lia the th privilege of the floor and jnem jnemfiers mnemhers
hers are still til IQ the cloak and conunittee conunitteelooms coiluflitteeinme
Congress Begins BeginsPromptly BeginsProinptIy
Promptly at li oclock the clerk of the theltuuse theImeuse
ltuuse called the assembly to onior The Thern Themace
rn mace et > was borne In by tIme sargeantat sargeantaturiim sergeantatarms
arms and th the < man on the left received receivedword resolvedvovd
word to raise the flair as the signal signalthat sigiuiithat
that the Fiftyninth congress was a5 in set session setales ¬
ales 1he unfurling of the senate flag flagof flairtold
told the same story at the atber end endof
of th thu building Vice President Fairbanks Fairbanksfailed Fairbankstahied
failed the permanent body to order with without without ¬
out preliminary flourishes The house housewas housewas
was still without officers of its own ownnation owncreation
nation in spite of the fact that you youand youand
and I and Tom Dick and Harry knew knewthat knewthat
that it had already been settled in cau caucus cauelms ¬
elms Saturday night that Mr Cannon was wast wastO
t tO be shaker Then the former house housIhuplain houseehaitsfn
Ihuplain Itev Couden was introduced introducedfind
find madf tlvprayer thi prayer while all the mom memlr momhers
hers lr flood Tut roll of the house was wasCalled wascalled
Called and r rnlraticus for speaker were werein weren
in n order Mr Cannon was named like likewise likewIse ¬
wise Mr Williams leader of the Demo Democratic DemortIe ¬
cratic minority and one or two others otherst othersthese
t these 8 being purely complimentary honors honorsThn hororsThen
Then the vote was taken takenCannon takenCannon
Cannon Elected Speaker SpeakerMr peakerMr
Mr Cannon was elected and escorted escortedto
to the npeakrr8 eliair which toad during duringalt ituringall
alt this lime stood vacant According to tothe tot
the t h orders of the speaker he was not notBMibpwered nottmbpnered
BMibpwered In a maw of American Beau Beauty Beauty ¬
ty raecs nor were th the desks of the con consrvttfiiien co cogrossman
srvttfiiien daooratdd This was the most mostrerabl itiotrotble
rerabl change hargt in the old order of things thingsNo thitmgNo
No more will the poor constituent or of office 01 01floe ¬
floe sitter nay money he cannot afford affordfor affot1o
for 1o a i tribute that will fade in a t day dayend dn dnend
end is only a reminder not a rtincm rtincmbraiiea remnmbraie
braiiea no more will the oongrrssman oongrrssmanattest congrcssmnnattt
attest hi Imia Krrat rc oppularity by b3 sending to tohinwelf tmiimn
hinwelf iimn eIf tse < so it has 1ma been b en whimpered giantset giant glatsat
set pteo picee from grateful and loviig loviigfrU4 7ev g gfrl4mds
frU4 frl4mds ds And only thfc ha Waslilugom Washlngtrfnflor Washlngtrfnfloryv fit fitiIM
iIM h45ST
miaimt ilLl1l ilLl1lofTt
ofTt jCTh1YkP W5 addtihisfri 1 1ninety
ninety yv ew members and the pnsi pnsiChoosing
Choosing of Seats Seatsfh0 Seats7hechoesip
fh0 7hechoesip cbootfipqr of setts ts came ntxt iit xt and andbre minihere
here the nailery learned for the first firsttime firsttime
time the idfotity Id mtjtv of the new members membersThere membersFbere
There will be 3609 hUts introduced be between ijetween ¬
tween j eenlimg enhuf i tlzmy ay and the Easter vaca vacation vacsties ¬
ties These will bo of all imaginable imaginableKind ImaginableIciuds
Kind noot of them foolish schemes to toparate topace
parate pace clamorous constituents and this thisbusiness thisbi1n
business bi1n wilt occupy about onequarter of ofthe ofthe
the worHnz time of congress As a amatter amatte
matter of solemn truth the conscience conscienceo
00 o the typical congrv congromamt nan whether in insenate Insenate
senate or houac suffers from from the same same1st smostlmsmwy
1st stlmsmwy hurry m cc them dC the life insurance insurantsoflcinl insuranceoffleiejs
oflcinl who have recently had their theirmoral theirmorel
moral perversion exposed The presi presidnts preaidents
dents message was not read until Tues Tuesday Tuesday ¬
day tile kim which was another wise wiseproyluton wisepzoviefon
proyluton as e th the confusion of the first firstrlav firsti1v
rlav if j n set t conducive to attention or un an4erstaudiag undennatkling
dennatkling 4erstaudiagFarce dennatklingFarce
Farce of Legislation LegislationAs
As to th protipecU of legislation they theyare theyare
are slight as far s real results art artconcerned areconcerfled
concerned The senate i is more anxious anxiousal anxiousabout
about al > out its pcrogativeu in relation to the thepresident thepresident
president and the treaty powers K wers It may mayb I Ib
b counted OM to take a liantl and no nosmall notiptait
small one in any question of railway railwayrate railwayrate
rate legislation At present this matter matteris
is though thoughthe I Itije
occupying the most attention
the elections Were baaed wholly on ta tariff tamiff ¬
riff reform Thin i Is keen business on the thepart I Ipart
part of the strong stand pat following followingw foliowingwhich
which w iich ha lies > through press and private privatemanipulation privatemanipulation
manipulation obscured the issue and has hast haslen
len t > n more io1 than willing to have the jwes jwestt iresideut
ideut spend lii enrgIee on railway mat mattare
tare which will be ttled and properly properlyby
by tt 11e enforcement of present lesisU lesisUU leglalaOuxi
Ouxi U rather than tl thIS adoption of that tliathich thatwhich
which hich is new The capitol itself has hasit hasrofurnisimed
it refurnished as jiever never before and in inst inmost
most st instances good taste has marked markedi markedthe
the i ghaiR Uhanges Iflumtnation ventilation ventilationpting ventilationhating
hating pting and cooling de1ceH have been beenmprove beenimproved
improved mprove and instaeil The inevitable iaeAritnblKiew inevitablenew
new carpets appear Unfortunately some sometluj someof
of tluj Dnimtdl frescoes have b been n ef efHcad I Ifiitisi
Hcad but others hnie been added The Thei ThehOuse
hOuse i ue wins has A new and wonderful wonderfuliet
set iet of bronze dot doors r which are being beingalked being4lket
4lket alked and written about abourtCHEME aboutSCHEME
ailjoad to Be Built From Siberia to toAlaska toAlaska
Alaska AlaskaBerlin
4 Berlin Dec 10 1OA > A dispatch from fromSt fromSt +
+ St Petersburg says that the thecheme + f i ischeme
+ scheme ° of Baron Lioci de Lobel Lobelhe 4 4building
+ he J1Sencli engineer for the thebutIdbgot +
+ building butIdbgot of a railroad from rein Siberia Siberiato +
+ to Alftiftn Alosita has been approved by bytli bythe +
+ tli the Russian government which whichhas + f fhas
has named a comtplssion to formu formulate + f flate
+ late contract regulations + f fBaron
4 Baron de Lobel represents a agroup 4 4group
+ group of French capitalists who whorroiose f fpropose
+ propose to bHlkUarailroad build a railroad from 4 4Siberia
4 Siberia to Alaska by bridging and andtunneftng 4 i itunneling
+ tunneling under Behring straits straitsIt +
+ It te said that the enterprise will willbe + j jb
+ b be capitalized at 250000000 to to3CQOe00 to300oeo000 +
+ 3CQOe00 0 and that the money 4 4ceniers 4
4 ceniers of France Russia and Ue theUnited 4 4United
+ United States will J be > e asked to toshare + f fshare
+ share in the financial phase p f the theprofret 4 j jprojwt
+ projwt 4 44M4
+ + 4M4 + + + + + 4444 + + + + + + 44 + + 4 + + M + + + 4 + + + 4 4STEAMER + + I ISTEAMER
Havana Dec lo 10The The KlderDempster KlderDempsterIne ElderDemnpstersteamer
Ine steamer Angola Caj Captain > tain Johnson Johnsonailing Johnsonsailing
ailing between Canadian Cuban and andlexJean andMexican
Mexican ports grounded tonight inside insidelorro insideMorro
lorro castle The ship will have to be beBERNHARDTS bellghtered
llghtered llghteredBERNHARDTS
New York Dec 1Q 1QSarahm Sarah Bernhardt Bernhardtiho Bernhardtwile
wile tomorrow night will begin a series scrieat seriesof
of t performances meriting her farewell farewellippcarancd farewellappearance
appearance In Now York arrived here hereornwr heretoday
today todayformer
former ornwr judge William F Hairity HarrityPhiladelphia I Ihiiadelphia
Philadelphia former chairman Demo Democratic I Iratio
ratio national committee R it R Ken Keniedy Kennedy
iedy former United States senator senatorrom senatorfrom
from rom Delaware Charles s Hamlln HamllnJos HamiluBoston
Boston Jos ton Cromwell Gibbons Jackson Jacksonllle Jacksonvifle
llle Fja ia Van Va 1 Polls Tennessee D DJordan
5 > Jordan president Stanford unlver unlverity univercIty
cIty California Tames Iam s H Wilson WilsonVilmlngton WilsonWilmington
Wilmington Del DelAfter DeLAfter
After the theF b Jldav a meeting of the theord
ord t1 of F buslne uz1zilWnud rAnd procoiure
Cabinet of Premier Pre uier CainpbellBfinnQr CainpbellBfinnQrman
man a StroagOne StroagOneADMITTED Stroig One OneADMiTTED
I ONDON Dec Ilfhe CottervaUvti CottervaUvtiL
L morning ne ieWSPPer spapers are oonplted oonpltedto
to admit ztt that Sir Henri flenrBeanesimittu Cnnipiiell CnnipiiellBanneiman
Banneiman has auoceedcd in orating foraolnga
a much etronger udwinistration than tlmnhad thanhAd
had been thought possible The TheLiberal The14beral
Liberal papers are full of n nthustasin mtthusiusmn
thustasin and of cordial congratu congratulations cougratutations ¬
lations to the premier on having havingparty havingnot
not only abty liflltSd nil sections of his hisparty
party in the ministry ministryplayed limit on having lia liaplayed
played great discrimination in giving it itindividual itIndividual
individual members congenial po pasts pastsThey i iThey
They express the conviction that wh wha
a 5 cabinet will inspire confiden < r both at atlioint tithoint
lioint and abroad Th ihe names nf Her Herbert 111ibert ¬
bert Hfnrj A AiftiUitti iutli Sir Ddward Urea UreaPlehard uu J JPichard
Pichard Bunion Haldane alone it is held
will give great weight to the ministry ministryand ministryand
and insure that there will be no re revival rerival ¬
rival of Gladetonian home rule despite despitethe despitethe
the fact that tin cabinet contains a apreponderance apreponderance
preponderance of those favorable to home homerule horn9 horn9rule
Morleys New Part PartThe PartThe
The Conservative organs point out that thatthe thatthe
the most rno t enthusiastic home rul ruler r Jtn JtnMorley JOllfltorley
Morley has been sent to the India of office ofice ¬
fice ice where he will have little influence influenceon
on internal politics politicsThe politicsThe
The omission of Lord Roseliery IB IBnaturally is
naturally the subject of much comment commentand commentand I
and there ig i considerable curiosity an anto asto
to what attitude he will adopt when he headdresses headdresses
addresses the Liberal league today it itis ILis
is noticeable that his soninlaw th tbe tbeJIat f fKart
Kart of Crewe is in the cabinet cabinetThe cabinetrho
The composition of the cabinet presents presentsno
no surprising features It is larger than thanwas thanwas
was expected the last Liberal cabinet cabinetonly h5 h5only
only numbering sixteen members Six Sixof SI SIo
of o the now secretaries Itesides Sir H Henry HenryCampbollBtnnermami nry nryCampbellIlHimerman
CampbellIlHimerman have held cabinet cablnctrank cabinetrank
rank before though most of them have havelitkl havehaitI
haitI ministerial apiwhitments while whilethree whilethree
three David Lloyd George Augustine AugustinoBirrell AugustineBirreli
Birrell and John Burns have never be before beforo ¬
fore held office of any kind kindRise kindRise
Rise of John Burns BurnsThe BurnsThe
The rapid rise of John Burns from rem th thworkshop the theworkshop
workshop to the cabinet with a salary salaryof
of f 10XW a year is a unique feature in indicating jiidicating ¬
dicating the growing importance of the theRarileai theRadical
Radical party and he is being congratu congratulated congratulated ¬
lated on all skits on winning a well de deserved 6eserved ¬
served honor He will b bs the first la labor Iaher ¬
her member of o the hou house < of commons commonsu
u > have attained cahiitet rank rankPerhaps rankierhaps
Perhaps the moat popular ai aiiointmnent aiiointmnentof > i ointm nt ntof
of all is that of Sir ir Edward lrey who whoafter wimoafter
after Lord Roafebtry has th the hiRbent hiRbentreputation ihest ihestreputtion
reputation for stutosmanship IT itt ia ex expected axriected
pected to hold to the best tradttioIa trditio w of ofGreat < f fGreat
Great Britains foreign policy and to in inspire inspire ¬
spire confidence abroad ubroodAugustine abroadAugustine
Augustine Birrell In not a member of ofparliament ofparliament
parliament but it is expected that h hwill h5m h5mwill
will be elected from rein Bristol almost im immediately hamncdiately ¬
Some Surprises SurprisesAmong SurprisesAmong
Among the unexpected appointments appointmentsar
are ar those of John Sinclair amid Lewis LewisVernon wte wteVernon
Vernon Hcrcourt The former has ha had hadmuch hadmuch
much military experience and has beejj beejja
a parliamentary whip and secretary seeretar to toSir toSir
Sir Henry CampbellBajiBerman Mr tier Harcourt tiercourt
court is very popular in society Duron DuronTweedmouth JroaTweednioutlt
Tweedmouth will lead In the hourfe hOmj of oflor ofliir3ti
lor liir3ti i thus succeeding ISarl Spenc Spencer i who whois whois
is ill Appointments tominor to minor offices are areexpected areexpected
expected to be announced within a few fewdays fewomissIon
days daysTlie
Tlie omission of Sir Charles DUke from fromthe fromthe
the ministry is much commented upon by bythe bythe
the Dally Telegraph which says in an aneditorial aneditorial
editorial that it does not desire to re reopen yeopell ¬
open wounds that should have been beenhealed beenhealed
healed years ago but reminds th Lib Liberals Liborals ¬
orals that they were glad to avail them thejtisftlves themsidves
sftlves of the services of Sir ir Chari Chmrhis s while whilethey whilethey
they were out uf f office inviting him to tolead tolead
lead the debates on foreign office ques questions questioss ¬
tions etc To have ostracised Sir SirCharles dIrCharles
Charles Duke altogether the Daily DailyTelegraph DailyTelegraph
Telegraph adds would havo l bgep bgeprowminded tn nar narrowminded ¬
rowminded and bigoted but to utilise utilisehis ntifleehis
his great services in the opQMitian jjjut jjjuthut initshut
shut hut the door of the cabinet in hi his face faceis fceIs
is at once cowardly and hyj imypocritlcal imypocritlcali ovriticar ovriticarBIG
+ 4 London Dec 11 11A A i epovt r re recelved 4
4 + ceived by Lloyds dated from Liv Liverpool >
4 erpool at 1 oclock this jporoing worningsas 4
4 says 4 4rho
4 + rho White Star Un line > steamer steamerGeorgic 4
4 Geor Georgic ic is ashore Inside Oli gas > 4 4 4buoy
4 buoy 4
4 The Georgia which is t freiftlit 4 4
4 steamer commanded by Cirptaln fJptaInClark 4
+ 4 Clark galled from N New w York Nov Novttli 4 4420th +
420th + ttli 4 4NEBRASKA
+ + 4 + + 444 + + + + + + + 4f 4fNEBRASKA + + + + + +
NEBRASKA HAP ONE ONEMarahnlltown ONEMarsliahltown
Marahnlltown la De Dee l 18In jln an ad adSfickey addrss
drss this rtfternom IoverAor i If IfMickey
Mickey of Nebraska was enthusiastically enthusiasticallyapplauded enthpniestitaiiy enthpniestitaiiyapplauded
applauded wh wlwn n referring to tg th e granamong graft graftJunons
among men en in high places o of publictrust public publictrust
trust He declared that certain sena senators SOlliltora ¬
tors had disgraced the nation and ought oughtto
to h hv ve the good setlsr emt5i tp t resign their tireirposdtions theirpositfons
posdtions posdtionsGARRISONS positfonsGARRISONS
Boston Dec K 10The > The mpwon of Wl Wlliajn VIl VIl1iju
liajn 1iju Lloyd Garrison 1e je abolitionist abolitionistanniversary aboiittontstwas
was htpi fiiJn hnt bin thxough thxoughout
out the eItiQtla3 this tb bring the th lI ° th thanniversary
anniversary of his birth birththis
Heis Made General Manager ± of the thej th thr
j r Coloraao C lcado Sottthern Eoad EoadIS BoadI
I OWG Zoriaierfy orw riy g general n rat s sMd ml mlI mlpelhSIt
pelhSIt Md Ht of the Rio Granda GrandaAVertfern GrandoC
I C AVertfern read with headquarters headquartersat
at Suit I sad a native of this city citytxaa cityhas
has b been tt ipdjpl ld general ieral manager or orthe O Othe
the COtOt Colarift t Southern road 3 3YouasleCt l r rYoung
YouasleCt Young let SWt Iake e a y year tr ago t to be beoem beCOMC
COMC oem guperttt ndent of the Colorado ek ekSou t tSouthern
Sou Southern there aod i his te promotion to th the p i ition
tion of general manager hon Just b beet beetan vn vnannounced
announced announcedMr an ouflced ouflcedMr
Mr Young is tOt > ftt years of age ageHe K KHe
of the Univeifcity of ofUtah otUtah
He is a graduate
Utah andhis first railroad work w was
done as a clerk in the old Utah Southern Southernoffice Southernoffice
office at Sandy Then he went to Ogden Ogdenas
as assistant ticket agent in tiM Union UnionPacific UnionPacIc
Pacific office there thereWith thereWith
With the Northwestern NorthwesternMr
Mr Young came from Ogden to Salt SaltLake SaltLake
Lake a as traveling travelni pawengdr agent of th thChicago the theChicago <
Chicago Northwestern road From Fromthat Fromthat
that place he went with the old Utah UtaUCentral UtahCentral
Central now a part of the Rio Grand Grandsystem Grandisystem
system as traffic manager managerHte managerHis
His next step upward in the railroad railroadworld raAlroa1world
world came when he wag made superin superintendent superintandeM ¬
tandeM of the Utah division of the Union UnionPacific TalonPacific
Pacific which he held until the Union UnionPacific UmiloliPacific
Pacific lines were merged into the Ore Oregon Oregist ¬
gist Short Line Shortly after that h hwas ha hawas
was appointed general superintendent or orthe orhe
the he Hio Grande Western A year ago h hresigned hs hsemignod <
resigned that position to go with th thColorado the theColorado
Colorado A Southern SouthernWidely SouthernWidely
Widely Known Here HereMr HereMr
Mr Young is widely known JA Utah Utahboth Utahboth
both in ana out of railroad circles ant anthis n < i ihit
hit promotion is i a accepted c 4 d with grRtlfica grRtlficaTTon gratiricatTbn
TTon by Ms old associates here He Hea is isa
a son of Judge L Le Grand Young of San SanI Sal SalLake
I Lake eke City attorney for the Southern Pa Pacific Pachic ¬
chic system systemThe systemThe
The Colorado Southern road has hasmileage a amileage
mileage of 157SSM miles It is divide divideainto divideinto
into nine dis districts triers as follows followsPueblo followsP110110
Pueblo dIstrict l Denver > enver to Pueblo ana anabranches anti1ranehes
branches Trinidad district Pueblo to toTrinidad tofiinidad
Trinidad and branch New Mexico die dittrict dietrict >
trict Trinidad to Texlirw and branches branchesClear branchesClear
Clear Creek rsek district Denver to Silver SilverPlume SliverPlume
Plume and branches Fort Collins Cotlinsdtstrtct CotlinsdtstrtctDenver district districtDtnvtr
Denver to Gre Grsehy lcy and branches Platt Plattcanyon Piatcanyon
canyon district Denver to Come an ani anibranches > t tbranches
branches Leadvillo district Como to toLeadvllie toLeadvitte
Leadvllie and brunch < s Ounnlson dis district di ditrict ¬
trict Como to Gunnison and branches bnuicbfrWyoming branchesWyoming <
Wyoming district Cheyenne to Orria OrriaJunction OrritJunction
Junction JunctionMr
Mr 4 Toting succeeds J T 3 M Herbert a ageneral as asgeneral
general manager of the road roadBUILD roadBUILDTO
Western Pacific Will Start Construe Construetion Copetruction
tion at Once OnoeLos OnceLos
Los Angeles Cal Doc 10 10A A local pn pnpejf papat
pat says today todayThe todayThe
The Western Pacific railway wilt wiltbuild wiltbuild
build to Los Angeles at < tee is i the Au Authoritative authoritativo ¬
thoritative statement of Treasurer Brown Brownof
of the rtew transcontinental line lineroad Tn Tnroad
road from Los Angeles to San Francis Francisi
i not to be delayed until the oowpUti oowpUtioi oonspietnof
oi the Western Pacific from rein Salt Lak Lakto LaLto
to the Golden Gate The work on ID IDroute I it itroute
route into the heart of southern Calif Califuia Caiifr Caiifrala
ala is to be commenced immediately s sBrown sBrown <
Brown This has been accomplish accomplishthrough aciomptishthrough <
through the organization of a new cr con conpuny > M Mpany
puny the articles of which have not notbeen notbeen
been filed but for which the th entire cap capital ca caftaJ ¬
ital stock has been subscribed subscribedThe subscribedThe
The surveys for the new line have be bos bosmade i imado
made and approved and ft is a qu quest questof stii stiiof
of but a very short time according accordingBrown accordingBrown
Brown when the actual work of con construction co costructioit ¬
struction will begin commeuciug at L LAngeles I 4 4Angeles
Angeles and heading northward withSi withSiFrancisco with5Francisco
Francisco as a the objective of the new newcompany newcompa1
company compa1 which will be ostensibly oezeesblyindependent a aindependent
independent line The route as planni planniwill plann plannwill
will be northward from LOB Angeles Angelesway i iway > >
way of Cochloo pass to San Jose JoseFrom JoseFroimi
From San Jose the new line will 111 pa palle pataUe >
aUe lle the Southern Pacific to tk thPrancleco i iHEAVY
Prancleco terminus terminusHEAVV
Tremendous increase In the Output Outputof
S of the Factories FactoriesSome FactoriesSome
Some idea of the heavy Increase ef irat iratfio tra tratioait
fio tioait all over the United States tJ the rewut rewutof resatof
of which is being felt In the earshortas earshortasin car shorta shortain
in Utah may be grained from the follow following followin
ing in ulipfllnB from a recent lsne of th thRaWaaTWoria thitatlwV
RaWaaTWoria RaWaaTWoriaTh itatlwV WOrld WOrldThe
Th The insistent demands mad by clue hn hniara
iara for increased tranaportation tacit taciliUes tacitlies
lies ar are illustrated by the fa 1at t ti that t th thamount tlifliount
amount of pew roiling stock ordered l lthe b bthe >
the railways railwaysdmulng during the firM fortyon fortyonweeks urtycrmweeks
weeks of the current year rea re he hod l t tow tolatof 5 5of
of 1 I466 7 car cars as is conip ompatd rd WITh WIThcurs oo ooear
ear Contracted for during the fiftytwi fiftytwiweeks tifytwweeka
weeks of 103 iOQbnvctofere heretofore the record year

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