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MOWED DOWN BY BYMACHINE BYMACHINE
MACHINE GUN GUNtto GUNS GUNS1o
tto Mercy Shown the Revolutionaries Hevolutionarieafc RevolutionariesatN
afc atN Moscow MoscowBEDS scotcr scotcrREDS
BEDS BRAVELY MEET DEAT1OPERATORS DEATH DEATHOPERATORS
OPERATORS STRIKE AT WAR WARSAW WARSAW
SAW OVER OVERPETERSBURG OVERS
T PETERSBURG 1ETRS1Tfl D 1c c 25 IM 11 11nrn1eCt 9 9rn
S
rn nrn1eCt Direct ttae9nle communl communlfitton comsntinlttjo1i
fitton ttjo1i with Mooo r waa wa several severalI evsred evsredt
I t ajflit but the government sucoo ucfud d da
a 1 in if restoring oommunteaUon by t trmndaiiout a aUtii1ahut
rmndaiiout route thte morning AH re reJi reL
Ji L u L4 UjiiH tte that th the fighting 1ghtZngntLnuM yesterday yesterdayihi
ihi u oiuinued until midnight haw haithe hawa
a i i the nature ef a butchery bj bjIP byz1
IP z1 iiu iiine runs of the army grape gmpd <
r d J mister being empioyod merciless
1 Luuit ttt14t the illarmed insurgenta insurgentaNo
No Mercy Shown Shownt ShowntttJOuS
t tttJOuS ious tales are told of the Con Cosra Conwho
ra s who plied with vodka until untlu
4 u k fired down the streets some somet oiueU
t U 9 th tlig1nc rgin with lances The incur incurf
f iits tS Displayed great stubbornness in inTi Iniiig
Ti Ming their barricades even ad advana advanain vane vanex
x in a mass to the slaughter At tb tbt tbe tbeTlflU
t Time bomb were thrown frore froret tromiiiw
t HJniJiws iiiw of houses near the barri barriu
u i > > upied by the th thI10usc8 revolutionaries revolutionariesHouses
Houses Battered Down Downartillery Downrti1iry
artillery waa wa summoned and bat bati batthi
> i the housea houa to piecei The plan plant
i n hirturgents U is stated is I U Ui toi
i > 1 i th nutsklru and gradually en encloc enlo
cloc lo ilu jt troops in the center of UK UKit thelt
< it Naders announce Uiat an army armyof armyat
of Hwo tu is concentrated at Orechoff Orechoffuff
uff northeast of Moscow and will willcixr willcno
cixr b b4 ready to march to the citys citysM
M I taiue Thelatest The latesd report is I thai thaiMth thatttA
Mth ttA s lds iI S were exhausted at midnight midnightv
v Vv j I firing ceased The streets wei weiin wep weprt
in rt tholute 1ulut darkness save for search searchF
1 sf F in ii the towers of bivouac behind behindTHOUSANDS behinditde
itde
THOUSANDS KILLED KILLEDFrightful KILLEDFrihtfuI
Frightful Loss of Life in the Street Streetof Streetsof
of jVloscoW jVloscoWnd
nd n H Dec 3 ILThe The correspondent o oT of ofti
ti T I Iily ily Tefeerapk at St Peteraburi Peteraburii Peterburgdiptteh
i i dipatch doted 2S S p PtU at Dec DecV
V uu tarly hour this Morning nomine nominelii the thei
lii i ut Moscow Wbre vre estimated estimatedkiil at atli1t
< < kiil and HOW wounded wit t tstill the
still proceeding proceodinKu proceedingILthLtIflt
u iuiiui ILthLtIflt ltants of Moscow have haveM been beenI
M I t n to luuv their dweHinfls dweHinflsi after afterU
i H MI U tli thmIk3eIhe tveninK tveninKji
ji i imiiDwihle to move about the elt eltn city cityr
n r us q uuoncx of the frequency of ti tiiitiitiiB the thet
iitiitiiB t ttqs Many Innocent person personi personaI
i iwn I accidentally killed killediiLity killedeity
iiLity eity of provisions Itt threatened threateoedji
i iino correspondent telegraphing at ati
1 i i p m says saysvur saysr
vur r MofMsow cor respondents tale telerr taler
rr r n > uatr not boeu aeomiteii because H Hxt 11 11adsagee
xt nM adsagee Miges were refuted this aft afte altCannon
e t i
iCannon Cannon Firing Continues Continuesf ContinuesItarned
f < ltirikd however that caanf caanfi
< i i now i roce oceedlng dinc hi various pan pani parts partsi
i u iity tv wbvrt tOMfHU vory rf n neer r tfc tfcr the theL
r id L stations tttion the barricades nanrrioa eg erectr erectrv erected erectedtuLuthuark
< v volutioiuirus < are being deeper despeti deeperKitrek
ti ina d dp
p Kursik trminus at Moacow QOW is 1 b bf be beLigtl
f i Ligtl i T < d art many wugoua laden wit witI with withu
I n are iHInjf looted lootednii lOotediueriu
nii iueriu er i js j tiKased n aged daily in in r rAI re reL
AI L it Trirsk Ftrskohclo > eSiflo th the regiment regimenti
i t Pct Ptiburg < isturtf diBtricf Th Thu spirit spiritBitterness 8IiZltN
N htidedI7 loyal loyalt
t nI ntat7 5OUIth received receivedT
T I tber tIU the CIVIl war warr
r no deceive actio ut only onlyHtl
Htl Of the blood elOud fti In Int
t the horrors and an Increnee Increneef
f ruat1Ing bitterness bitternessBitterness
Bitterness of Hate Hateuiving HateLvrng
uiving force behind both the theana thetfld
ana rtxte is no longer that of ej ej4m ea eaIT >
4m IT v any human impulse It IS ISTS isr
TS r uf ot the superhuman hate and anddeeds andLeeds
deeds reported are not the acts actstr
tr t us soldiers or otherwise but the tkeait theC
C r r ait t s of jf madmen madmens
s an passible to understand how any anyven an ani
i ven l 1 th the extremes of deeper deapnrMU
r MU ttt tmirt iipi urt such foolhardy eo eoime con cong >
g ime 01 the re rttela iels display displayv
v ry birricadc destroyed Sunday Sundaytiiree Suedgytc
tc i three ai alPeered > p ered in other places placesvire placet
t t vire re givun tvn by th the revolutiontooi revolutiontooinly
t > nly when there was good hope hopei
z r i iug i man down but otherwise to totlu tor
r tIt trope until they lost pa paHi palocaflUine
Hi meantime in fl their houses the ttoeih theb
b t > e ih population cowers in the in inr Inr
r r sses i of kitchens and callers cellersvith callers3t
3t h with fear and trembling at every everyr
y T r id hr cunnon or ortho the explosion of a aTroops aI aTroops
I
Troops Remain Loyal Loyalsurprising LoyalurprIstng
surprising thing of all is the thei thetIe
i tIe troops which nobody here herei herewIth
i itil itilkiitf
kiitf with an intelligent group of ofLsiiurg oft
t Lsiiurg Iurg revolutionists I was ai in int
t I t thin t I while they believed the strike strikevictorious atrihevictorious
victorious they fully realised realisedstriving realisedre
re striving king everything upon tto ttoua the theS
S ua ihui has fslluru would set back backio
L t < < io < v ral ycurs They said saidr
1 r ttfy iYhtg > thvlr ifforta to xhak xhakiidiisms diakS
S > iidiisms i u vf < llvissian finunoB finunoBriUt f1naiic5i
i riUt ii tdt that OIK OtItt the xi > tIng Ungwa tIngr
r S wa ti CArthruwn rtlirOWn th tLy ty nmld nmldv titd as asI
I hh v iMiilii tiIIt a IUUT thtr iitd d tbut fotvixu na naw nat
t w wtikt iiid he as ivaUy rtad to t advaiici money inon7si
si s 01 mrxTuii 5 npubllf its ta i thy a aiJiey an anIIie
iJiey IIie nipnutkally JiltuKd that thati
t i is iiivitMip ih1 ib tHasantry to com comiui8g toinr
r < srztn iui8g II8M < declaring that thatni4ta thatt
t ni4ta wen the work of socialist socialistdid socialistt
t S did n i deny their advocacy of ofribiiiion of1btifl
ribiiiion of the orown lands among amongants amongU
U ants intLtClUSIOfl v i it
t irinsion they declared tint in inthe InC
C 1 the t ht failure of their cause they theyiiiv theyt
t iiiv t S recourse to terrorism chaos cbooevictims chaosr
r victims from all classes of 50 50BALTIC o oBALTIC
BALTIC PROVINCES PROVINCESAH PROVINCES1 PROVINCES1All
AH tire Railroad Employes Went We to toStrike on onStrike
Strike Sunday Night NightIKI Nightl
IKI l 2ft iu via Eydtkuhn n Dec DecrM Deck
k rM Th railroad employee throughout throughoutth
th tl F I provinces went out on strike strikeJac strike1am
Jac irht Fit The TI newspapers protest protestgair proteslg5t
gair g5t > f the false reports printed printeda
a < a t i to the th eftVvt that Kifja was waabi
bi 1 it < l aiiti was burning and that tliatJ thatrcs
rcs J i jtjiisu blev up 4 train carrying carryingtS
tS Ft S = aks L ka and tlu Associated Pre Press PressS s stic
tic S to ii d dtry ny Tho ihee > e rumors The Thet
t S IP perfectly quiet the inhabitants inhabitantsgi
gi g bUt uniuolestt f street truffle ia iaua iiL
ua L l on in good older and there are arepHrformaiHeH arefsrfortfluiite4
pHrformaiHeH daily though at atU attt
U 44 i by y small uulkwes Soldiers Soldiersar
ar ir oiue t Art fatrulling the streets streetsv
v Ml S si night Thtv < > crui cruhft5 trs are ar an ani anin
i i in the harboi at the disposal of ofi
i j c governor Lollohub who baa baat
t arrived F Fuitigiiers reignen are re in tuS pei peiufvty >
S ufvty ty at j prteut > nut but they aro of oft
t 4iuiuii tliHt it would be a wise wiseutiun w wAtlufl
utiun if euch of thc principal pow powfr po poPt
fr I ii arsllID r hipt cruising in the Baltic Balticif BtICtdtnen
if T ulineiis fui finergencj us pea paar peavould
r i would l > v i tablr to embark embarkt
Tt t > IP IT ia 5V v of t rtrnutl eirnmti opposition uppoeitionAgitation oppositionAgitation
Agitation Continue ContinueIns
Ins I xo t evolutional let continue a pro progranuue peagramme
granuue of o agitation hold daily meet meetligs iqestLgs
ligs and they poeied an ar order to par partis partIs ¬
tis is s to 0 disarm soldiers At Libau LibauContinued LibauCOntIflud
Continued on Page 2
EQUIPMENT EQUIPMENTFOR EQUIPMENTFORPANAMA FOR FORPANAMACANAI
PANAMACANAI PANAMACANAIGovernment PANAMA CANAL CANALovcrjit
Government ovcrjit Sends Down Shavin ShavinSefand Shaving ShavingSethaniI
Sefand ladies Night Robes BobesSUIT RobesSUUICASES
SUIT SUUICASES CASES AND ANDTEA TEA SETSTEAM SET SETSSTEAMSHOVELS
STEAM STEAMSHOVELS > SHOVELS ARE TO B BSENT BE BESENT
SENT LATER LATERW
v4t Nows SpoIJ SpoIJM
M W W WfcK u lkK Deo 2S Lmiarty Hearry old olcI oldr
I r Jnghfi > hji4 mft at In Panama Thnama1ttdIthil wa wain
in 1ttdIthil J ti l today by the shipmenfrom shipmen shiprnontfrom
from tlijfl port to the oana oanaaone canal canalzone
zone by the United States cana canaeommisafon canal canalCommission
Commission of a cargo of ft fttea five fivetee
tea sets ts night robes suit cases casaeimported casesLmPOrted
imported Knrltah quadruple silver silverplated iIvorp1ted
plated cutlery toothpicks cut glasfinger glas glaaslinger
finger bowls and other evidences o ooff of ofDrOdwa
DrOdwa jucuriea Loaded to the gun gunwa1a
wa1a the good ship Melderakin cast castof
off of from the commissions pier at UK UKtot thefoot
tot of e Twentyeighth street on tfc tfcNorth the theNorth
North river riverShipments riverSliIlflflflt5
Shipments of similar equipment for foithe forthe
the greatest engineering feat the world worldlias worldlien
lien known are to be rush rushed to Panama Panamahweeforth PanamaInneetoitk
hweeforth every five days according accordlr accordlrto
toAlfred to Alfred Anderson purchasing agent agentfor agentfor
for the oanal commission commissionContinuous S SContinuous
Continuous Shipments ShipmentsThose ShipmentsThoe
Those shipments have been going on onsince onattica
since the commission was organized organizedhe
he added today in the commissions commissionsofficein commissionsofgce
officein ofgce In the Battery Park National Nationalbank Nationalbank
bank building State street streetSteam streotSteam
Steam shovels are to be sent later laterOrders laterOrders
Orders have been placed for those in instruments Instruijient ¬
struments and the goods will bo dis dispatched cispatched ¬
patched Immediately ImmediatelyIn
In the meantime the other class class of ofequipment ofequipnent
equipment is accumulating in the thecommissions thecoininlsslons
commissions warehouse at Twenty Twentyeighth Twentyeighth
eighth street and Eleventh avenue The TheMelderekin TheMelderskin
Melderekin when she sailed left there thereenough thereenough
enough goods to furnish a thousand thousandbridal thousandbridal
bridal couples with housekeeping out outfits outi1ti ¬
fits for life Among them were the folLowing fol following ¬
lowing
Expensive Haberdashery HaberdasheryThfrtys HaberdasheryTirtysI
Thfrtys work ork tables for ladles ladlesOne ladlesOne
One hundred dozen high best quail quality quailty ¬
ty latest style gentlemens collars collarsOne collarsOne
One hundred dozen turndown latest lateststyle lateststyle
style gentlemens collar beat beatOne bestOne
One hundred dozen various style best bosiquality bestquality
quality genttemens collars collarsSix collarsSix
Six down best silk pocket handker handkerchiefs handkerchiefs ¬
chiefs for gentlemen gentlemenOne gentlemenOne
One thousand airsbest aiie beet tan sawed sawedslioae sewedlio
slioae lio for gentlemen and 1000 pairs pairsbeet pairsbeet
beet colored leather shoes shoesOne shoesOne
One thousand gentlemens beat gut guteases suitcanes
eases easesQuantity canesQuantity
Quantity of Rogers best quality qualIt table tablecutlery tablecutlery
cutlery quadruple silver plated platedDessert platedDessert
Dessert table and silver spoons of ofbest ofheat
best quality qualityuse qualitycase
case use of 5ocloek te tea sets setsvn gettOne
vn One huadrac unbrfla uj bi Ua9 at t each eachOn tehOne
On One hmflvo4I hnndtredslMiving sltiing sfetS sfetSOne bt btOne
One ItuhCred raaors raaorsTwenty macrnJwenty
Twenty dozen ladles night robes robaeTwenty
1 Twenty dozen draw shirtp shirtpAdmjttedsahe sIlIrtitAdtpittedlthe
Admjttedsahe Purchases PurchasesWhan PurchasesWhett
Whan this list was read to Mr An Anderson Andatson ¬
derson he ie admitted ttyit moHt of the thegoods thegoods
goods had been purchased by him with withA
A portion ot the 81000000 which the theUnited theUnited
United Stn StHttt pam ta expended in the wa watwway waterway
twway to date ilr Anderson could couldnot couldnot
not remember however having bought boughtany boughtany
any ladies night robes or work tables tablesThey tablesThey
They must have tave been purchased by bythe bythe
the medical supply department of the thelulled theTailed
lulled States army in the army build buildtog buildtng
tog here he said probably on an anemereeney anerneeney
emereeney order orderAsked orderAllied
Asked hi what branch of the hard hardmid hardcud
mid laborious work of the digging of ofthe ofthe
the canal suit cases Soclock sets setstooth setstooth
tooth picks Indiee night robes and andwork andtvotk
work tabletf tblecoukl coukl be employed lie liewhirled lieahIrIed
whirled hr it his revolving chair and andspeaking andspeaking
speaking earnestly said saidSuit saidSuit
Suit Cases a Necessity NecessityWell NecessityWell
Well you see they are necessities necessitiesfor
for our employes down there Take Takesuit Taketiit
suit tiit cases for example Some of the theman themen
man may desire to visit others How Howare howgre
are they to carry their clothes if they theyhave theyhave
have no suit cases Then their fain families faintiles ¬
tiles may wish to entertain each other otherTea otherTea
Tea s sets ts and cutlery are necessary neceaesr too tooI
I think you will readily admit admitTbe1 admitThe
The same practical and businesslike businessliketfftirlt businesslikemilrit
tfftirlt that thatHUM s tuis provided these luxuries luxuriesnamed luxuriesS
S named for the colored laborers on the theand theIsthmus
Isthmus and which recently imported importedB Importedjitbpisads
jitbpisads B of women relatives of those thosers thoselhbtnrs
lhbtnrs rs from Jamaica lies forestalled forestalledcally forestalledpractically
practically cally every wish the meamight men might ex expttsu oxpress
press pttsuWhy Why theee tber is nothing in the world worldthat worldthat
that you can uuggest eu gest which we have not notsent notsent
sent to Pananut said Mr Anderson his hisface hisface
face lighting up with a smile of proud proudtiataction proudsatisfaction
satisfaction tiataction You se we have the whole wholeirchaaing wholepurehssng
irchaaing work for the New York dis district distrieL ¬
trict he a addod < W < i and lt ltH > mighty big I Icau Icait
cau tail you youWer youVere
Wer Vere all these things purchased after afteriul aftertUblIC
tUblIC iul > ltc advertisement for bids Mr 1r An Antjkraou Auderson
tjkraou was asked aakedWell askedVeI
Well no he replied We endeavor endeavorui
ui IL purchase everything that the canal canalironimisstou canalcoitnulaslon
ironimisstou ids by public advertise advertisetn
tfleuL tn ut but you see 1 urn purchasing agent agentfor
for the Panama railroad ay a well as for fortne forthe
the eommUwton Of course the railroad railroadbelongs raliroadbelongs
belongs to line United State government governmentthe
the same aa the waterway does Mr MrShonts MrSheets
Sheets is president of the railroad and andcanal andesnal
canal commission But we endeavor to toleap
keep leap the th two undertakings separate So Sorhen SoWhen
When anything IB requested from us on onin onan
an in emergincy order we rush out and buy
it t without waiting to advertise for bids bidsThen bldgThen
Then again we Uont take the trouble troubleo
to o advertise for bids b4d for anything that thatsts that0st
0st sts lass th than n JSeoo We Just purchase purchaseheae purchasethee
thee things and let them accumulate in inur Inour
our ur warehouse a Twentyeighth street Btreotind streetand
and Bleven Jieveh h avenue until we arc ready readyto
to 0 ship them and the destination of each eachase eachcase
case has been marked on It plainly plainlyAndersons plainlyAndersons
Andersons Fitness FitnessMX FitnessXr
MX Aoderaoe explain his qualities
dons for office by saying he had been for forIgm fordglit
Igm ye years purchasing agent for the old oldmum oldPeasnis
Peasnis mum railroad which fought the
United States no o stubbornly in the lat latws lattsrs
tsrs ws efforts to acquire tlie canal zone zoneH
H 3 did not appear disturbed by the fact factbat factthat
bat the tb secretary of toe treasury said saidie
be ie did not deem the present time propi proniLions
lens to endeavor to flout the bonda bondavhlch bonl bonlwhich
which are intended to bring in the ill 11
MWO more than the canal commission commissionleads commissionneeds
leads to nay the bills Air Anderson Is Isnew s stew
new running up
51rhe Tli secretary crelar > in his announcement announcemOnt4ther
id
4ther Othar reasons also exist for deferring
the he isjBue issue The total amount actually
needed eded to meet disbursements for the theil thecnal
cnal il during th the balance of the fiscal fiscalcannot fiscalyear
year cannot now b be definitely stated
Additional Information on this point will
lIe 3 available later in the present sassfon sassfonf
of > f ronir roagress H and will enable thy secretary
of f the treasury to determine to better ad adautage adVantage
Vantage the amount of bonds to t b be aeld
In 1 the first Issue IssueGENERAL i iiENERAL
GENERAL WRIGHT i iHOME IHOME
HOME FORHOLIDAYS1 FORHOLIDAYS1uipht FOR HOLiDAYS HOLiDAYSiunphts
iunphts uipht Tena Dec 36Luke EL ELski E
WrIit1 ski p overnes v rnftr cvnerai vetal of th the Pinup Pinuppleat
pleat arrivf totiw to4s to spend the boli bolit
dat at t his BooiA kocia fljlr Governor Wright Wrightic
Is mIts opjLstIb as 14 the future of oftIiC
tIiC Is1aid A to h1 panX be eti eticInL
cInL ogldig the reports thsi be bewoulif
woulif resign his offIq and rOturn to
Momphin IUIsllid nothing further than thanTIii
TIii he hail IlOOrd of the rumore but butLPl
ic U114W41 LPl lO of f th the noam from Mich Michey tthlchthey
they ey caniu
HOMELESS OMf1 FED BY BYSALVATION BYSALVATION
SALVATION ARWThousands ARMY ARMYThousan
Thousands fis Cared Iorby5t orby tjie Ne NeYork w wYork
York Charitable Ch tab1ititins tab1ititinsCHRISTMAS IristiitntiQns IristiitntiQnsCHRISTMAS
CHRISTMAS DAY IN GOTHAM GOTHAMPOOR GOTHAMPOOR
POOR PEOPLE HAD CAUSE FOP FOPREJCJCINGj FORREJOJC1Nq
REJCJCINGj REJCJCINGjIBM
M IBM YORK Doc Jf GljrMmasday Clitioncs day 1 1j in inI
I 1 j JCow en York osk was macksd y the lit cue cuiternary cuetOmary
ternary sysnonslon of buSnoss an anthe and andthe
the usual farriiiy reunions rend generououtpouringa generous generousoutpourings
outpourings of public aq aqWprlvttte r private char charity charIty ¬
ity Fully tMOOOO poor persons partook ol olthe of ofthe
the bountiful Qhrlntmaa far provided lr lrail In InaU
ail the city hospitals and nd asylums li litnlstslous in intutselous
tnlstslous and other benevolent Institu Instituting institutICUS ¬
ting supported by prJvato charity ant antat Lullat
at the annual distribution of pZdtapers dippers bj bjth b bthe
th the Salvation Array and the Volunteers ot otAmerlo otAmerica
America
The Poor Remembered RememberedAt
At the Grand Central paJuoathe IaIU the dis distribution distributlon ¬
tribution of Christ Chrtsimss mfttf dinn dinPer r baskets by bythu b btha
thu Salvation Army began Oorl nrly in tm tminorning themorning
morning and ci llttlflled > rftinue < l until the veeds ol olto of ofnearly
nearly 5000 families had broIl attended attendedto
to In addition to this number bundles bundlesdistrbiiticL bundlesof
of clothing for children anti aidults were weredistzlbutd
distrbiiticL distrbiiticLAt distzlbutdAt
At the heBowSry Bow r > mission morD than 2 K Khuman > l lhuman
human ilerullcta wore fed and as many manyhouse manymore
more were eqtortained at the city lodging lodginghouse
house Five thousand newsboys of the theeast theeast
east end feasted at theespen the oXR5tL of ° Ran Randolph Randolph ¬
dolph Guggenheim at the newsboys club clubhouse clubhouse
house in East ast Fourth street and the usual usualdinner usualdinner
dinner for the little H ttle fellowswas fellows was served at atthe atthe
the newsboys lodging house houseCongressman houseCongroasma
Congressman Timothy D Sullivan dis dispensed die diepersed ¬
pensed Christmas cheer and presents ot otpipes ofpipes
pipes and tobacco to nparjy 5 < KK o > men at athis athis
his headquarters in the bowery boweryChristmas boweryChristmas
Christmas Tragedy TragedyA
A tragic interruption of oi the Christmas Christmasfestivities Chrispnasfestivities
festivities occurred at the homo oflMrs oflMrsPaul otiIrSPaul
Paul Itaymond when her step brother brotherJohn brotherJohn
John M Muscow and his friend Andreul AndreulCasraun AndrealCasmun
Casraun who had b boca ttn invited to Join a afamily afamily
family reunion were found dead in bed bedthis bedthis
this morning The m men n who had ha recently recentlyarrived recentlYarrved
arrived from Russia were unacquainted unacquaintedwith
with th nse of illuminating ga and blew blewit
it ont whenthey retired last night nightIn nightIn
In accordance with the naval custom of ofob ofobsrvlng
ob obsrvlng ring Christmas day asa as a holiday all allwork uilvorh
work aboard the battleships Alabama AlabamaMassachusetts AlahamaMassachusetts
Massachusetts Iowa and nd Maine at the theBrooklyn theBrooklyn
Brooklyn navy yard and the cruiser cruiserBrooklyn orutsera3ooklyn
Brooklyn and Galveston at TompkinHViite TompkinHViitea
a and d about i0W 2O blue Jackets and marine marinereceived msrlposreceived
received shore leave for the day dayLEFT dayLEFT
LEFT HANDS HANDSWERE WERE JOINED JOINEDMorganatic J0INEEMorganatic
Morganatic Marriage of King leoppW leoppWof
of Belgium BelgiuntChild Child Born With WithBar WithBar
Bar Sinister SinisterNew SinisterNew
New York Dec 26 A Paris din dispatch dinpatch ¬
patch to tlie World l datd today says saysAccording saysAccording
According to the Reveil dtf dl Bruge Brugethere Brugenthere
there can be jjo longer ai ftny y doubt doubtabout doubtabout
about King Leopolds morf morianatIc natic mar marrltige mariage
rltige rltigeIt iageIt
It took place twelve raoftths ago affpthe agotile
the papar says DIII fn the private clutpal clutpalfOie htpoIjtie
fOie Chatefiu tf t LoJMMl iisr s r Brifti Brifticamp rti rtins
ns In tIt presqhc bt tvo aides de deCamP
camp and IId the couu eou chaplain actin actinundwi act1nguni1oi
undwi the authority of the ttrdinai eardinalarcitJ1sliop ttrdinaiarchjhlshop
archjhlshop of Mecljlln MecljllnThe Meci1iinThe
The lady is Mme Vaughan Whose xyhosmaiden Whosemaiden <
maiden name wasMH was thlO I Lt Croix Sh Shis She Sheis
is a niece of Van Tjumgendolck a So Socialist Sotlalist ¬
cialist member of the Belgian cham chamber chaniher ¬
her of deputies for the toww of LOU LOUvain Louvain
vain vainMine <
Mine Vaiuchan was born at Lou Louynn LouVitlU
ynn and is the daughter ol a care caretaker caretaker
taker She has ban created H baron baroness ¬
ess by the king anq gave bjrth to a afine afine
fine child quite reeenWy reeenWyThe recentlyThe
The lady lnd lives on the kings prop properly propeity ¬
erly ut Cap Verat near Nice NiceThe NiceThe
The matter if now an open fact factHAD tacta tactHAD
a
HAD ONLY A FEW SPLITTERS SPLITTERSRichest SPL lITERS lITERSRichest
Richest Man of i Antiquity Too Poor Poorto Poorto
to Sit in a Poker Game GameWith GameWith
With John B BNew DNew
New York I Dee > ec 35 2Arraignhig Arraigning corpo corporations corporations ¬
rations and trusts as the greatest menace menaceof
of the present time to American institu institutions Iflatitulions ¬
lions Representative Sulzer Discussed the theproblem theproblem
problem of Wlm Shall Rule America at atthe atthe
the Baptist Church of the Epiphany yes yesterday ye yeterday ¬
terday In part he said saidThe saidThe
The total population of the United UnitedStates InitedStates
States is about 80000600 The total aggre aggregate aggregate ¬
gate wealth is about 61000000000 and it itappears itappears
appears that out of that population less lessthan lessthan
than 35000 persons own more than t1t one onehalf onehalf
half of the agsr aggrguto gato wealth of the land landAnd lantiAnd
And this has ha all been brought up about aboutIn
In the last twentyfive years by combina combinations combinntions ¬
tions and conspiracies called trusts fos fostered fostered ¬
tered by a sp special < clal legislation and nurtured nurturedby nutturdby
by political favoritism If thefce condition conditionDbtain qonditionsobtain
obtain in the next century I I predict that thatban thatlens
lens than 5000 PetSOIlS wifi control more morethan
ban threequarters of the wealth of this thisountry thiscountry
country Twenty years ago John Jo D DloeUefellep DRockefeller
Rockefeller was ss worth only R few hundred hundredhousnBd hundredthousasddollftrs
thousasddollftrs housnBd dollRrSj Today his wealth can canearched cannot
not be estimated tinder a billion I have havesearched
searched the congressional library for fortktlsftlfs ftstati5tIlS
tktlsftlfs bearing upon the wealth of the theenli thegenii
genii enli Croesus whose name has been beenlanded leenhanded
landed down through the age ag and find findhat findthat
hat he possessed a paltry S100QOWO S1OQC4ttO Why Whjie Whyhe
he ie could not sit in a poker game aiie with withlohn withJohn
John D DEXPLANATION UEXPLANATION
e
EXPLANATION IS AT HAND HANDJohn HANDJohn
John A McCall Studying Hamiltons HamiltonsStatement HamiltonsStatement
Statement Before efore the Committee CommitteeGets CommitteeGets
Gets Hold oflt ofltNew ofINew
New York Dec 26 26At At Its meeting to tonorrow tomorrow
morrow the investigating I committee com composed cornposed ¬
posed posed of five trustees ofthe of thc New York YorkLlfo YorkLife
Life Insurance company will receive from fromSecretary fromSecretary
Secretary John C McCall the statement statementrom sutementfrom
from rom Judge Andrew IlnmlUon which Mr MrHcCall MrMcCall
HcCall was s seflt nt to Paris to procure procureThe procureThe
The committee is 1 anxious to know all allhe alltutu
he details of Hamiltons leglshuue ex exwndltuivu I IpendltuiCs
wndltuivu and n1 will expect President Mc Mcall McCall
Call all to throw light on whatever may be beound befound
found obscure and unexplained in the thelamilton theHamilton
Hamilton documents This paper will williteo whilalso
also be presented to the legislative inves invesIgating Inveetigatin
Igating committee cornmlttePresident committeelresieflt
President MeCall and his son have crone goneover croneiver
over Hamiltons statement together since sinceho sincethe
the ho younger mans arrival from Paris on onSaturday onSaturday
Saturday It is likely that President SIc SIclall McCall
Call will sandtho trustees committee a aUitemont astittenlont
Uitemont of his own qw to rfooompany Ham HamItohs Hamiltons
Itohs and this may ma contain contai a further furtherjroposal furtherproposal
proposal with regara to the 235000 of ofmids offunds
funds paid to Hamilton which it will be beemembared beremembered
remembered Mr 3IcCal said ha would wouldestore wouldrestore
restore to the company before Dec 31 if iflamilton ifHamilton
Hamilton did not acepimt satisfactorily satisfactorilyor
for or the money moneyPROFESSOR i
PROFESSOR LOWELL LOWELLDISCOVERS LOWELLDISCOVERSiA
DISCOVERS COiyiET COiyiETBoston CO14ETBoston
Boston Dec 25 2A A telephone message mssagoas messagehas
has as been received at the Harvard ob observatory j jrvatory
rvatory from Profopgor Pio ferrer Porcival lcircjvalLowell i ixjwelt
Lowell saying that he founff toun a second secondmat secondcomet
comet mat on thephotograph the ma made on Nov Novat Nov2f
2f at fehours 54 mjnut tinutAii tme tIxtf ff bourn bourajstof bournwest
west < jstof of Gre GreenwIch nwtol cigltffe eIgii ascension ascension8S5 ascenionZBS5
8S5 decliaftlon jnln 1ILIU5 JS s sThe J7 J7The
The comet wag wevng < tso minutes minutesn
an n hour south T by > y sjpatipr eat1pr north by byrest bywest
rest The gbmebhad comthadtwo vw tails one onextondlng oneextending
extending north bhd id thelother thQ Othernoth Othernothent north northast
ent ast I
cJiL cJiLI
I 1oui 1ouiI
I T4E T4ELIilIfj
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Those Tilings re a Nuisance Anyway
SYMPATHY Sv M PAT HY FOR FORPOOR FORPOOR
POOR SAROAti SAROAtiResolutions SARMMIAResolutions
Resolutions Adopted by Polish Polishtionai Ne NetiOflal
tionai Alliance AllianceAN AllianceAN
AN APPEAL TO AMERICAN AMERICANNATIVE AMSRICANSNATIVE
NATIVE LAND OF OFr KOSCJUSKO KOSCJUSKOI4EEDSHELP
r I4EEDSHELP I4EEDSHELPDOSON EEDS HELP HELPBOSfiTON
BOSfiTON DOSON DocI D0c 3l Tiie Ittuea Kun a abureaucracy
0 bureaucracy is condemned in inresolutions inreohUUons
resolutions presented last lastat ai ht htat
at meetings of the io jol pl < branch branchof aanchof
of the Polish National AUjanc AUjancTlie AUanceTht
Tlie object set forth was v to show syw sywpathy gtnpathiy
pathy with the demands now being made njadein madelit
in Russia for constitutional government governmentand
and for the tlemtsistance sistance of p cur r PoK Polish h fat toiloy fatby
loy countrymen battling for or fr freednn edoi C poor pooratul poorapd
atul suf suffqring faring hunger and andother Coiner privations privuiiunaat
at the hfani hhn0s of a relentlessly oppressive oppwawlvucovornmcirt oppressivegovornm
covornmcirt govornm tt
Resolutions ResolutionsAdopted ResolutionsAdoptedJohn Adopted AdoptedJohn
John Ronutnsaokiewics vic vice phaJi ellanteir ellanteirof ijr ijrof
of the Polish Nl NtIonal Uonul Alliance pn prusided prusidedand id 1 1and
and several others made sp spesehes e liert in Pol Polisli
isli The resolytions say ay in hiprt hiprtTo aart aartTo
To the People of the RUKIUU Kmpire Kmpirewho Enipirewho
who bec because uae of the mif nIetrtwuea Kun A tb theit theitcountry ir ircountry
country has lately suff > r red d 4n sn the Vfe oU oUof ° n nof >
of despair are attonipUng fp break tb tbbonds the thebouLtis
bonds of political slavery and arc s seek seeking k king
ing in a constitutional defense against ggMlnsttho againstthe
the autocracy and bureaucraey the ca caof cause causeof
of these niiafortunen we extend our sym sympathy syrnpuithyand ¬
pathy puithyand and pray Umt succea may crown crowntheir crowntheir
their efforts effortsWe oflortVo
° We condemn the murde mnrdeips s > and bloody bloodyansauHs bloodyassaults
assaults of n defenceless people commit committing committing ¬
ting at the instigation of the minions olthe ol ofthe
the czars bureaucracy bureaucracyActuated e eActuated
Actuated by a feeling of righteous in indignation indignation ¬
dignation at the commission of f ih cru cruelties ciiicIties ¬
cIties unheard of In the tiistty uist < ry of the theworld theworld
world and realizing the gravity pt the Uieat thepresent
present SItuation lit Russian luiand we weappeal
appeal to a free people of Anerl a who whoat
at all times have expressed sympathy and amijMK andgiven
given assistance to these Oprcsee4 jMK aBdi aBd adatruggling
atruggling for i freedom that they will not notforget itotforget
forget our beloved country which sent sentforth sentforth
forth to the assistance of the struggling strugglingnew
new American republic Koseiusko and anrtllilaskl and1niaslci
llilaskl which furnished huntlrodH of vol volunteers volunteers ¬
unteers in the ranks of the army that tiiatstrugelwl thatstrugglel
strugelwl for the freedom of the colored coleredman coloredman
man Poland whose sons in hundreds en enlisted enlisted ¬
listed under the American flag teg in UH lat latest hateat ¬
est war for the Independence of Cuba CubaSupport CubaSupport
Support Pledged PledgedIn
In the face of thenews sent to us usfrom usfrqm
from our native land and Where here the Pol Polish ui uiish ¬
ish people are massing tbnntelvrfn sup supfeXlsteneo sti stiport
port of their natural right to a poHttcal poHttcalexistence
existence as u nation whei wheiare where our pliople pliopleare
are falling as martyrs 10 a c ctlie cause witerd witerdthe
the prisons are being filled vttlh mao innocent maocent ¬
cent people we Poles now living m mAmerica inAmerIca
America do not only sympathize with our ourcountrymen ourcountrrmon
countrymen in Poland and Uo not only onlyUnanimously onlytinailirnousl
Unanimously approve the demanda nwde nwdeby niiudeby
by them of the Russian government bui buiwe iu iuWe
we obligate ourselves to support accord according acchrding ¬
ing to our merlIn the cause of our court countrymen courttrymen ¬
trymen in Poland PolandWILL PolandWILL
WILL TRY TO ABOLISH ABOLISHCAPITAL ABOLISHCAPITALPUNISHMENT
CAPITAL CAPITALPUNISHMENT CAPITALPUNISHMENTNew PUNISHMENT PUNISHMENTNow
Now York Dec 25 Assemblyman 25AssemblymanBerg AssemblymanBerg
Berg of New Jersey has drafted a bill billto billto
to abolish capital punishment in that thatstate thatstate
state and will go to Trenton tomorrow tomorrowto
to ask nsi Governor Stokes to grunt re reprieves reprleves ¬
prieves to all condemned murderers un until until ¬
til the legislature shall have acted on onthe onthe
the question questionIf
If Governor Stokes accedes to the as assemblyinans asembluiiiafls
semblyinans request two women Mrs MrsValentine MrscTalenttne
Valentine and Mrs Lotta and a man manawaiting manttwaitlng
awaiting death in the Hackensack jail jailand jailand
and three men under sentence in other othercounty othercounty
county jails will gain reprieves until untilwell untiLwell
well into the spring There also are areothers areothers
others awaiting trial or sentence for formurder formurder
murderCOMPELLEL murder murderCOMPELLED
COMPELLED TO GIVPUP GIVPUPThree
Three Nebraska Crooks Who Broke BrokeJail BrokeJali
Jail Recaptured RecapturedKearney RecapturedXluIrney
Kearney Neb Dec 26 2Frod Fied Oil Gillette Oillette ¬
lette W B Warner and Fred Bugle Englebrachf Buglebrae1tt
brachf three men who broke JH in inthis inthis
this city last week have been captured capturednear ctpturednear
near near Heldredge where they were werebrought werebrought
brought to bay in a haystack They Theykvere Theyvare
kvere pursued until nightfall by Sheriff Sheriffgammons SheriffSninmons
gammons ond Chief of Police Trindlekvho Triadic Triadicwho
who secured an automobile for th thshase the thechace <
shase after hearing that tie m mei < i > fcad fcadt iad iadben
ben t en sighed near Blmore Taking 5stand 5 atand
stand in e haystack the triofoqght trio fOuht gff gffjne or oro2
o2 jne uosse with a revolver ua nihI4e nihI4et3berIff < Je JeSheriff
Sheriff GustuB of Phelps pounty tutu wltiseveral tutuseveral
several deputies then drove4Qwjj drove down wmthe wm UQflthe
the exhausted cxhausled men nii with withand T Tmd
md tlie inch sarf tuicndcted ehdcred
IWRECK RECK ON DENVER RIO GRANDE GRANDEtrain
I train Well Loaded with Passengers Rolled Down Embankment EmbankmentNtar Embankmentt
t f Near Durango Colo CoIoMany Many Persons Hurt HurtSome HurtSome
Some Quite Seriously
TfRANGO Colo Cob Dec 26 26ihe The east easthound eastU
Q U hound JJginver Rio Ri Grande pas passensor paniejsgec
sensor train from SUvgrton woJI woJIleaded wtIloaded
leaded with passengers was wrecked wreckedthree wrockedthree
three miles from this city yesterday yesterdayand yesterdaytimid
and while no one was killed a large largenumber largeltinbei
number of passengers we Wepi s injured injuredtwelve lnjiredteIve
twelve teIve of them Quite sarioUtly sarioUtlyiTh netioibLtd
iTh aoelderit va oa dd it te teThe IsThe
= Ltd
The Injured InjuredTim injuredTInt
Tim most seriously injured were wereMi weret
t Mi MIiatie Katie Porter Silver Cijty Cityright Cityrighthsaid right rightliand
liand tonV tori from arm arm crushed UP UPto upto
to th th55 r elbow elbowGeorge u uGeorge
George Scoiield bnrtondeft Silvertou Silvertouthroa Silvertonthree
three ribs broken and serious internal internalinjuries internal1pjures
injuries 1pjuresif injuriesH
H JC C Harris mail clerk internal in injuries injuries ¬
juries which way result seriously seriouslyMrs
Mrs S Rogers Silverton bruises and andshock andshock
shock shockInfant shockInfant
Infant son of Mrs Rogers had sev several sevoral
oral te teeth th knocked out
Herripk HerrIal bead aud back in inPinep injureti
jureti juretiS S Pinep hoed cut and bruis bruisToni ol olTom
Tom Acord Duwtngb Dui nga Colo Cob left leftsboulder leftshoulder
shoulder bruised bruisedJolm bruiSedJoint
Joint Acord Silver SIIveton ton face burned burnedGeorge burnedGeorge
George Smart Rockwood right rightshoulder rightshoulder
shoulder bruised bruisedCarlos bruisedCaries
Carlos Gon GottIues ajee Hoekwood right righti rightsiuI4er
i sJ siuI4er wJder bruised buIsec buIsecIugh N Nugh
Iugh ugh Vtff lerguson oson Silverton back in inRolled Intt
tt ksabnuscL i iRoiled
Rolled Down Embankment EmbankmentVhen Emb nkmcrit nkmcritVhen
Vhen tlie tim accident aecujeiit occurred the chair cliaircaxv chaircr
caxv rolled down au n eishtfoot embank embankment embankulent ¬
ment dragging the other cars with it itThe itThe
The cars urs were dragged along in this thismanner thisinanpet
manner oil tliqir gidos idos for over 400 feet feetbefore feethefore
before the engine and train woreH woreHbrought ver verI
I brought to a stop the engine tender tendernearly tenderrierhy
nearly tipping over while the drive drivewheels drivei
i wheels of the engine were running on onthe
the titf titfOwing tbT tbTOwing
Owing to the intensely cold weather weatherwhich weatherwhich
which prevailed the injured passengers passengerssuffered passengesssuffoiedgreatly
suffered suffoiedgreatly greatly
BAXTERS OFFICIAL HEAD GOES OFFUnited OFF QFFUnited
United States District Attorney for Nebraska Summarily Re ReV R Rmoved
V moved by the President Having Refused to tow I II
I w J Resign His Position
ASHINON Dec 25 25Irving 25IrvingI 25IrvingBaxtir Irving IrvingBaxter
t I I
I WASHINGTON Baxter United States disT disTj diS diSj
j trict attorney for Nebraska Nebraskaj
j has been removed summarily summarilyfrom summarilyfrom
from from office by President Koose KooseI RoosevlL
I velt The announcement of Mr MrBaxters Mrl3axters
Baxters removal was mad made from the theWhite theWhite
White House today Mr Baxter who whowas whoVtt14
was appointed to oflloe last spring springprosecuted springprosecuted
prosecuted on behalf of the govern government governI ¬
I meat the case against Richards and andCcmstock andCcmstock
Ccmstock cattle raisers who were weredigged wereelurged
digged with lth fencing illegally the pub public publie ¬
lie lands in Nebraska and whoso pros prosecution prosscutiou ¬
ecution was brought about by investi investigations Invastigotions ¬
gations Into land frauds made under underf underthc
f thc direction of Secretary of the lu luterlor int
t terlor Hitchcock The menwere men vOtO con convlcted convitted
vlcted and sentenced to six hours in inthe Inthe
the custody of the United States mar inarshal marI
I shal Practically no defense was made madei
i in 1 the trial In currying out the gen genFATE senfFATE
fFATE FATE OF CREW UNKNOWN UNKNOWNThreeWaste UNKNOWNI1 UNKNOWNI1ThrceMasteci
ThreeWaste Schooner Sunk Off OffCoast I ICoast
Coast of Virginia VirginiaNorfolk VirginiaNotColic
Norfolk Va Dec 25 25With With all her herheadgear hrheadgear
headgear torn away and her topsails topsailsSot topsailsot
Sot ot an unknown threemasted threemastedschooner4 threeniastedselooliei
schooner4 selooliei hag uriJ sunlc in twelve fathoms fathomsof
of water six and onehalf miles north northeast northont ¬
east of Winter Quarters Lightship and anddirectly I Idirectly
directly In the th path of coastwise navi navigation nan nangittlon ¬
gation This information is contained containedin
in a report made here by Captain CaptainCharles CaptainCharles
Charles James of the Merchants and andMinors andMiners
Minors steamship Juanlta which whichpassed whichpassed
passed the wreck yesterday Accord AccordIng Accord1ng
Ing to Captain James the schooner is isevidently s sevidently
evidently the victim of a collision collisionOnly cohllson cohllsonOnly
Only her topmasts above the crosstrees crosstreesare
are out of water and the appearance appearanceof
of heiv topsails Indicates that the din disaster dinater ¬
aster occurred not long before the UieJyanlta theJIhanita
Jyanlta passed Xo signof iiin of wreckagewas wreckage wreckagewas
was seen however nor was there any anything anything ¬
thing above water to reveal the idea Identity ideaUty ¬
tity of the schooner The fate of her heretevris hercrew
etevris crew is not known here hereGASOLINE hereGASOLINE
GASOLINE LAUNCH LAUNCHIS LAUNCHISREPORTED IS ISREPORTED
REPORTED STRANDED STRANDEDBellingham STRANDEDBetlizigharn
Bellingham Wash Dec 25 25It It is re reported reported ¬
ported here this morning that one o of tho thogasoline thi thigasoline
gasoline launches from Friday harbor harborwhich burborwhich
which waa W3 returning trontTthls city yes yestfcrday yes yesterday
tfcrday wa wag trandejci off Point Frandls Frandlsby Franeixby
by tile hiavy hav sea ragingr near Lumipl Ul U talttd
l lttd ttj JUthbugb details jpf the accident acddfehtre accidentoremeager
oremeager re meagei 4t 4s 5 believed that there are arelivje arefive
five or six metf mep in the boatat boat at the time timeit timeIt
it went on ° n the reeand3narine reef andinarlne jnen are area arerappronensive
Irohensive a of the tb possible results Th ThAiclalrtt The Theqc1
Aiclalrtt qc1 lditt was reported by 3s the Lli tu 1115 Elec Electric ¬
trw whch arrivedhere arrived berV this mornins
tence the United States marshal depu deputized doputired ¬
tired the attorneys of Richards and andComstpdk andCOrnstodk
Comstpdk to ti kecharge of the defend defendants defendants ¬
ants for r the six hours of their theirsentence theirsentenceRefused sentence sentenceRefused
Refused to Resign ResignFor ResignFor
For excreting this leniency the mar marshal marshah ¬
shah was removed from chilce Both Boththe Boththe
the president and the department were weredissatisfied moredissatisfied
dissatisfied with the manner in which whichthe whichthe
the ease had been prosecuted bj Dis District District ¬
trict Attorney Baxter and as a result resultMr resultMr
Mr Baxters resignation was requested requestedAfter requestedAfter
After several days had elapsed Mr MrBaxter MrI3qver
Baxter responded tq t the request for his hisresignation hisresignation
resignation with u declination to re resjgn I II
sign Thereupon President Hocsevelt Hocseveltremoved Roeseveltremoved I
removed him from office officeThus 5 5Thus
Thus far no successor to Mr Baxtgr Baxtgrhus Baxtajline
line been selected It is probable that thatthe thatthe
the new 1101 appointee will not be an announced announeed ¬
nounced until the reconvening of thesenate the thesenate
senate after the holiday recess recessCIGARMAKERS recessCIGARMAKDS
CIGARMAKERS PROTEST PROTESTNo
No Change Desired fn Philippine Tar Tariff Tarlit ¬
lit Schedule ScheduleNew ScheduleNew
New York Dec 25 25A A protest is to tobe tobe
be made by the local clgarmakers clgarmakersunions cigarmakersunions
unions to corgrqss against abill before beforethe beforetlit
the house to change the tariff law in inreference inreference
reference to exports from the Philip Philippines PhilipDines ¬
pines Among other things the bill billprovides billinovldes
provides that 26 per cent of the duties dutiesnow dutiesholy
now imposed on cigars brought from fromthe fronithe
the Philippines shall prevail until ntjl 1900 1900when 1900when
when the tariff shall be altogether altogetherabolished altogetherabolished
abolished Delegate Loewy for the thecigarmakers theclgarmakers
cigarmakers said yesterdayThe yesterday yesterdaysThe
The cigars are made by coolie labor laborIn laborIn
In the Philippines where the men are arepaid arepaid
paid SO SOor or 40 cents a day About 200 2O0ooo00e
000000 a year are Imported from the thePhilippines thePhilippines
Philippines now In case this law goes goesinto goeuInto
into effect 500000000 cigars or more will willbe willbe
be imported annually annuallyMURDERERS annuallyMURDERERS
MURDERERS PARDONED PARDONEDBY
BY GOVERNOR OF OHIO OHIOColuBibua OHIOColumbtus
ColuBibua o Dec 35 2Govornor Governor Herrick Herrickminted Herrickgranted
minted two Christmas pardons Patrick PatrickMorafl
Morafl serving a lifo sentence from Cuy Cuyahogu
ahogu county for murder In the second
degree and nd Marvin Culms serving a life lifesecttnoe lifemntkuue
secttnoe from Seneca for pixirdcr in tho thoeocood tiucnucoud
eocood degree were the tii lucky men Both
had the recommendations of if the board boardpfe boardptmanager
pfe ptmanager manager9 the warden and the officials officialsof
of tU this ponfteqijunr penitent ary Moran and Kuhns Kuhnst i < uhna
left t the inetltqupnt institut Pu 1Qether 1QetherI 1QetherPRSIDNT eether eetherPRE8IDENT
I
PRE8IDENT pISAPPEAH pISAPPEAHBftlj iSAPPEAR iSAPPEARSeTh
SeTh Doming pse ps 25 25PresMant 25PresMantrmie Sresiient JCo JCoexpected
rmie has left tht erty and bir dUna dUnatig
tig le unlcnawn TLe city nnd surround
ipgcuSnry tspet hut coniderabh Un Unrust
rust shownttlua un uncxphrtd
expected d rirtrtup d the president preidentL
L
UINTAH MINES TO TOBEDEVELOPE TODEVELO
BEDEVELOPE BEDEVELOPELatf DEVELO PED PEDS
sj sjLatst
S
Latf Latst st Venture of Colorado Fuel FuelIron FuelIton <
Iron Company CompanyOPTION CompanyOPTION
OPTION ON ELEVEN CLAIM CLAIMOWNERS CLAIMSOWNERS
OWNERS WILL FINALLY RE RECEIVE REbCEIVE
CEIVE 50000 50000WBRNAL 5OQOOIt
WBRNAL It I BRNAL Dee 26 An Spent of unusual unusiumoment unusualV
V moment in minln mining cirelas has just Juscome justcome
come to lighti higli It is no lest than th thadvent the theadvent
advent of the Colorado Vital A Iron com company cornparty
party Into Into1 Into1Uintahi Uintahi intah county It is known ti tia to toa
a few interested parties 1 > that the agent agentof agentsof
of that corporation have been here con contimiously oontinuoushy
timiously for a number of months making makima
a complete investigation of the iron de deposits deposits
posits of this section and particularly o oThey of ofthe
the doposit situated near tbeDy mizu
They have long since ine demonstrated that tbathe thattha
the iron ore is of high quality nonmug nonmugnetic noninagnetic
netic and capable of being converted im imBessemer into intoBessemer <
Bessemer steel The only question still stildemanding
demanding solution is th the one of quantity quantityas
as the deposit though giving outward outwawevidences outwardevidences
evidences of being a large one is abso bao baoI
I lutoly undeveloped undevelopedConsistent undevelopedConsistent
Consistent Courses CoursesThe CoursesThe
The course cours pursued by the Colorado ColoradFuel ColoradoFuel
Fuel Iron company is the only consist consistont consistoat
ont one under the circumstances They Thojhave
have secured an option onoleven on eleven claims claimiof claimsof
of the iron bearing strata for I50H They Thjaro Theyare
are to rcnko a test of tl the e property by nj
developing it to such an extent that th thsiza the thesize
size of the vein vf can be ascertained It Itthe Ifthe
the deposit proves to b be of such a mag magnitude magnitude ¬
nitude that it will be a profitable invest investment lnveitnlont ¬
ment for the company the present owners ownersare ownersare
are to receive 80000 for their holdings holdingsFortunate holdingsFortunate
Fortunate Owners OwnersThe OwnersThe
The fortunate individuals are John Popo Popoour PopOour
our county attorney who owns a half in interest Intatcat ¬
terest and will receive 526000 E H Wil Wilson Wilson ¬
son an employe of the Colorado Fuel FuelIron FuelIron
Iron company who was the main pro promoter proI ¬
I motor and who succeeded in interesting interestinghis
I his people in the proposition who win winroceJvft WILLreceivu
roceJvft 515090 L A Pike the other otherowner
owner will receive 10 1Oeo 1OeoDevelopment < HX HXDevelopment >
Development Work WorkA
A company of six mon have started to tothe tothe
the group of claims laima to begin development developmentwork
work Richard Pope will have charge of ofthe oftue
the work until February when he will willbe willbe
be employed elsewhere and an eklem eklemployfi old era era1101s
ployfi ofthc eo conpauy > upauy will then be placed placedin
in lii charge More men will be put on as asnoon 1 1g0021
noon as suitable quarters can be prepared preparedfor
for them themCHRISTMAS
e
4 4CHRISTMASAT
CHRISTMAS AT SEA SEAElaborate SEAElaborate
Elaborate Preparations Made for the theHoliday theHoliday
Holiday HolidayWashington HolidayWashington
Washington Dec 25 2Aboard Aboard the theships thehips
ships of the American navy scattered scatteredin scattere4ih
in foreign and home waters today todaywill todaywill
will be observed a sea holiday The TheChristmas TileCIulstmas
Christmas greeting sent wound the theworld tireworld
world last night by Admiral Dewey Deweywill Deweywill
will be communicated to the officers officersand
and men of all the vessels in the ser service norvice ¬
vice that can iiItrdatibd bit ronxhod On the ships shipsthe hIpeth
the th only work required today is the thenae thenoneiitmary
nae noneiitmary ssary cleaning and by B oclock oclocktftiyTOfiminK
most x Gftjttl > f th efficern of ftcacs a and andmOst 4 4baen
mOst the tlair tlairas
as they choo leave has hasbcezr
baen grantea according to custom and andas andas
as many as can canhe be spar spared l from a ship shipwill shipwill
will celebrate ashore Thousands of ofpounds ofpounds
pounds of turkey cranberry and plum plumpudding1 plumpudding
pudding and other tilings that make up upthe upthe
the Christmas dinner aboara the yes vessels yessets ¬
sets have been laid by an and < J will b bsened be beserved
served in generous fashion on board boardeach boardeach
each ship The men will have their theirChristinas theirChristmas
Christmas dinner at noon and the oLd officers oLdj ¬
cers in j the evening On many ships shipstlie shipstire
tire captain will be invited to dine In Inthe Inthe
the ward room and join the officers in inmerrymaking1 Inmerrymaking
merrymaking merrymakingPOPE merrymaking1POPE
POPE CONCERNED OVER OVERATTEMPT OVERATTEMPT
ATTEMPT AT BARCELONA BARCELONARome
Rome Dec 25 25The The pone today ex exirefised cxpressed
pressed irefised his deep concern over the attempt attemptuade attemptmade
made last night at Barcelona to stab Car Carlinal Cardma
dma Salvutor SasHnnan y Pages bishop bishopifUrgel bisho bishoof
of ifUrgel Urgel as ho was leaving the cathedral cathedralUK catluedraHis
His UK lldlineiss dlscussctl the attempt at ateifeth ateiiktlz
eifeth with Cardinal Merry del Val papal papalgecretarj papalsecretary
secretary of state and with Cardinal CardinalVives CardinalVives
Vives y 3 Tulo rub bishop of Barcelona who is ishere ishere
here Later he sent a ii message to the thecardinal thecardinal
cardinal congratulating hlm him on his es escape ascape ¬
capeTire cape capeThe
The pope today received in private au audience andienee ¬
dience Harry St George Tucker president presidentr
of r > f the Jamestown Va Exposition com company Cornpari ¬
pari pany who is in Rome with tb the object of ofinteresting ofinteresting
interesting the Italian government in the theexposition theexposition
exposition expositionTHE
THE DEATH DEATHRECORDI DEATHRECORDIMatthdw RECORD RECORDMatthew
Matthew Patterson Wood WoodNew WoodNew
New York Dec S Matthew Patterson PattersonAood PattersonWood
Wood consulting engineer scientist and anduithor andauthor
author died last night at his home In Inhis intiil5
his city after a protracted illness He Hevus
vus the author of many napors of tech techtioal techales
ales subjects Mr Wood who was TO TOrears ti tiold
rears old during the civil war was su sujerlntenaent soperintentleht
perintentleht jerlntenaent of motive power of the theJnlted theUnltcd
Jnlted Stats railways serving under underJenonfl undertGenenfl
Jenonfl Herman Haupt who died last lastpeek
peek Ilg Ayas iya also a confidential ogent ogentlog a ant antFrank
log Secretiuy of Wir Staiitpn StaiitpnFnk
Frank LScott LScottColorado L Scott ScottColorado
Colorado Springs Cole D laq q Frank FrankScott FrarikL
L Scott vice president of the David Real Realstate ReaLEstate
Estate state company died last night nipt from fromrounds frontwounds
rounds Inflicted by holdups Wednesday Wednesdaylight S edneedaynight
light
Judge Murray F Tuley TuleyChicago TuleyChicago
Chicago Dec 25 Judge Murray ff Tu Tuley TuIcy
Icy pf Chicago died at the Ponnolr sani sanitarium sanitutrium ¬
tarium in Kanosha Win today aged 78 78yeara iSyenr
yeara He went to the sanitarium on onrVug ottAug
rVug 31 suffering from nervous exhaus exhaustion oxhaustiori ¬
tion caused by overwork overworkJudge overworkJudge
Judge Tuley was elected to the circuit circuitt circuItbench
bench t > ench of Cook county Illinois in 18TO 18TOime iEuand
and had served eontlnliMly sftm o that thattime
time Judge Tulcy had the record of ofewer offewer
fewer ewer reversals of his decisions ibft Ii the theiupreme thesupreme
supreme court than any other jgrcuit jgrcuitudge tcuit tcuitjudge
judge Ho was a veteran of the 3E5 3E5var fMi ean eanwar
war bavins served as first hieuteIVit lieute lieutee of ofthe
the Fifth lilnols infantry and jb 184k 184khe
he e served as a attornej general 4 New Newilexlco NewMexico
Mexico MexicoMrs ilexlcoMrs
Mrs Almira Pierce Johnson Aged
101 101llilford 10131i1ord
llilford Mues Ia ss Dec 2S ilt Mas Almira AlmiraPicrco AlnitraPierce
Pierce Johnson one of the oldest main memaers mainbern
bern of tire Womans Kolluf Corps in the theountrj thecountry
country and of the Daughters of the themerican theAmerican
American Revolution died here today at atLlio atthe
the age of f 101 years C months Mr Mrlohneons Mrs MrsJohnsons
lohneons father Lori Pierce of Worces Worcester ¬
ter served in the war of the revolution revolutionRaymond revolutionRaymond
Raymond Prefontaine PrefontaineParis PrefontaincParis
Paris Doc 35 Raymowl Profontalne Profontalneho
the ho Canadian minister of marine and andipheries adfisheries
fisheries died suddenly sudlen ii tonight tonightMr tonightMr
Mr Prefontaine aecaropanie1 ai mpaniel by Ran Ranlolpho Randolphcr
lolpho Demlaux tho iii CatiadiAn sotlcitor sotlcitorencral stiiIcitogencral
gencral encral recently cain 10 F itraucs ranc iu cue cottlection cuenection
lection it is said with the est estabihubnieit estabihubnieitut btohineut btohineutndCdnadfan
ut it lino of seeulutiors butweert MavsellIa MavsellIaand
and ndCdnadfan Canruufan ports portsFttstiurrig nortsJ
J 0 Fiynp FiynpPttsburg
Fttstiurrig Dee eo 23L 2J J B E yiynn vett vettmown tei1known
known mown lii telegraphic cirjJf jij throughout throughoutthe roughomhe
the he country through his oonnpatlop with withheJBalUmore withthe
the heJBalUmore Baltimore Ohio and am yfcstern TYnion TYnionpllirapU flrinrTelegraph
Telegraph cornpailjes d 111141 LlJis 4qrne 4qrnetoday i iic30
today f9irtotirnonia afte thrsa 15I5 1hi 1hiulerIs
ulerIs ic30 aged 59 years
HOW SANTA CAME CAMETO
TO CITYS POOR POORSalt I ISalt
Salt lake Charity Association Bright Brightens
S ens Homes and Hearts HeartsSOMETHING HeartsSOMETHING
SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE EVERYONEMORE
a
MORE THAN 200 FAMILIES FAMILIESSHARE FAMiLIESSHARE
SHARE IN DISTRIBUTION DISTRIBUTIONJnr
Jnr ovry aerrowinf soul i poured deiitat deiitatAnd delifttAnd
And poverty stood smiling m my sight sightWELD sigIitt
t A I ELL might M M Woods supertntondqnt supertn superinV
WELD V V tondqnt ef the Salt Lake Chirlty Chirltyassoolatlon CliirltyassocIation
assocIation quote th the above II lines linesfrom K Kfrom
from Popes Hom HOuier r Assisted and aiSeu aiSeuby aidOdby
by the members of the Charity Association Associationand
and many of the merchants and char charitably charitably ¬
itably inclined dttaens of Salt aI Lake Su Superintondantf Suiierintendbn
perintondantf Wood arranged a Christ Christmas ChrIstman ¬
man tree last evening for the poor of Suit SuitLake SajuLake
Lake Two dozen members of the associa association aMOatimi ¬
tion had made a thorough canvass of the thecity thecity
city during the past two vi eks to lucnu lucnudestitute locaftdestitute
destitute families When a family in ttoir ttoirrendition thiecondition
rendition was found the name of each eachimmber cechniember
immber WM taken to be cnterta on tin tinlist thuilt
list of those to whom presents were to b bgiven hi higiven
given The old Armory hall on tnTemple West WestTemple
Temple and Market streets was secured securedfor securedfor
for the oeeasioa Invitations were sent sonito sentto
to those whose names had been boe secured securedto
to be on hand Monday evening They Theywere Theywere
were on hand handMysterious haittllMysterious
Mysterious Windmill WindmillLonsr WindmillLong
Long before 7 oclock they began to ar arrive atnrc ¬
rive nrc By S oclock the hall was Jilted JiltedWhile filledWhile
While they waited for the commence omindflCeiflefl omindflCeifleflof men menof
of the doings the guests found much muchthat muckthat
that enUrtftlnetL To the left of the plat platform pintform
form stood a high uldfaahioned wind w1dmiii windmill ¬
mill Many guesses were made as ta what whatpart whatiart
part this was geing to have in the sLfalr sLfalrNo t r rNo
No one ever dreamed that it itbut but that thatcomas thatcomes
comas later laterThft laterThe
The rear of the platform was draped drapedwith drapedwith
with n wonderful painting It r was wa a ascene ascene
scene probably discarded by some the theatre theatro ¬
atre but it was wonderful For did it itnot Itnot
not hide the land of Nowhere whet whetit wlisreit
it was explained by b one little miss of ofyears o oyears
years Santy wuss waltin1 to come our etnan ouran
an get busy busyOn
On the pltUform stood two Christmas Christmastrees Christmastrees
trees all aglitter in their spangle witu wituatringu itittstrings
strings of popcorn and other traditional traditionaltrimmings trtdltismltrimmings
trimmings On the right of the si age agOh agOhrhero aft aftThere
There it was All ready for him to com comfru cornirs
irs An open fireplace a del broad broadchimney broadchimneyit
chimney chimneyit it all 11 looked so storybook Ukt Uktthat likuthat
that a hundred pairs of wonderruled eye eyefkept S Skept
kept close watch upon It for fear h hinidit heP 4 4might
might slide down suddenly When th thhaff tilthalt
halt > was filled everybody seattU seat d anti antiquiet aWituiet
quiet Superintendent Woods annouMoeu annouMoeuilies anflotiuicetthat
that package had been made u for lam lamtHen
tHen These contained wearing ui tilarf tilarffor > i > ar arfor <
for the parents par ants as well as a for the ehil ehililren cliiidren
ilren with toys candy nuts and fruIt fruJtAa fruItAs
Aa each recipients name was rend aloud alouda
a a member of the family stepped te tb tbplatform tbplatform
platform to receive the mysterious ban bandie nm nmaie
die In some instances UK bundle were wereas werras
as large and heavy as the little tots wit witcarries w wWe
carries them from the stage stageWe
We owe an espresslon of gratitude t the tr trThe
The he Herald Superintendent Woods said saidhilo ald aldwhilt
whilt hilo donning his costume prior to slid sliding Hd HdIK
ing IK down the chimney We had r rUHMWV re reeited
eited toys artcle Of clothing a d fooi fooiIn
In pleOt ujt ird heart givep dOUr dOUrit
it sins ijhs Herald heard ot oturuade
uruade UHMWV izisittiOlt of > > f it Kind J persons all ever everhe eeIthe
the he city dt read the article and as a a reaujt reaujtnol reautt reauttWe
We liPS 1i nol only tar UK tttu tttuor iUegirls
girls reqd54s r terp but butits
its or many otlists otlistsSahta
manySafita Safita Comes on Scene SceneWlien Scenelien
Wlien lien the family packages hal toaiijtribuled Eeei Eeei4iDtribliteil
ijtribuled It was annoanoed that bantu bantuntus tiantaitits
ntus WM about to make his appearance appearanceA
uUA l l IrAAn TiArffnl TiArffnljuJet
rural A fisk every A erie A should keep perfectl perfectlquiet
quiet Almost Immediately the lights aYe oveihe aYethe
the he platform were turned out Simutta Simuttao S1muiiaI1e4tISY
dlffereatiy coid coidgiebuw
I1e4tISY a myriad of
the t tequ two trees Tb Tbrequest
giebuw o > r appeared OH
request equ ot th thateeiience fe ilftnce be kept could not be bebserved beobserved
observed with such magic transiorniUon tYUfl51Otfl1as °
down the chum ohlmey chumney
as 8 these so Santa canift
andchear andchearng utud clteet clteetlag
amid the wildest applause
ney ey
lag ng The blare and hurrah turned leone toosn leonein
the Grand JOram JOramf Klramof
in n a comic opera wen
of f The Funnsbone unnxmone makes bis entrance entrancenould entranCewould
would a whispering of the summer brows browscompared brOeScompared
compared to the reception re eptiOfl accorded Santa Santaasl Santalast
last eventes eventesUttle evehihAttIe
hAttIe pinched faces were all smile smileMiby stnflesbaby
baby liite prattled unintelligible crowimr crowimrf creWInof
of f delighted surprise tiny hands earn earnogether earntgether
ogether M In oatlmelastie pitapate Sant Santowed Santbowed >
owed > and started to say something1 thai thailobody thatnobody
H Hwd lie liehad <
nobody heard so he bowed again
wd bowed many limes before the new newubsided noise noiserubsided
ubsided He threw his pack to the floor flooimtl floorand
and fell to work with a vim not to be e noeL ssein noeLIn
In hiredmen Children could sit still no noonger nolonger
n
longer ViUi mi cried of delight tb they y rushed rushedrom rualietifrom
from rom their seats climbed on the platform Ptetforwomletely platformcompletely
completely surrounding the old oh gontlemai gontlemaia
To each and ovary out outitretched outstretched
lit flue red suit
a
it itvay itM itMway
stretched hand some little toy found
way Little dolls were clasped to happy happhiklish happychildish >
childish breasts Two hundred flblldre flblldreo
to o whom Christmas woukl ordinarily brint brintleartachas brlnlnoOsing
noOsing mare titan emjty stockings airil airilheartaches
heartaches recelve rOcetveOXfltI1l0 rOcetveOXfltI1l0Miiis OTindtlilig OTindtliligMills
Mills Wpnderful Work WorkWhen WorkWhen
When the toys seemed to l be > e growing snrowingcarce growingscarce
scarce S Sapta ita noticed for the first time timehe timethe
the he windmill that had caused o much muchfonder marlwonder
fonder earlier In the evening B Basket Basketafter skei skeifter
broken toys sit sitdolls n < l
after fter tier basket w vm of ui old ui vr vw TV TVlolls
dolls lolls was emptied into the hopper of the tnerind thewind
rind mill The arms began to turn turnThere turirThere
There was a sound of grinding The TliotiLO Theto
to LO the amaaement of th the tots present presentbrand pr sant santhe
brand new toys came pouring forth frut frutthe
the he lower part of the mill it itlerful was won wonderful
lerful No wonder they shouted Who Whovouldnt Whowouldnt
vouldnt shout when he saw a alike miracK miracKike
like this thisThe tillsThe
The end had not been reached yet yeiAhen yetWhen
When each person present passed through throuxiihe throughthe
the he door after the affair had been fin finsh fbiishied
ishied sh d be or she received a bag of candy candyUK csndtand
and UK a toy The women and men were wereLlso werealso
also given something useful usefullu IB many manylusee mancase
case edibles It is estimated tjikt over overchildren
80 children received toys and articles of ofNothing ofclothing
Nothing Two hundred families had their tbeitrants theirwants
rants supplied from the tiniest children childreno
to o the parents The packages in neat somases neatcases
cases contained underclothing stockinf stockinfnlttena sthckln sthcklnmittens
mittens and wraps with a goodly assort assortnent assortinent
nent of toys candles fruits and article articlef
of f food No one was overlooked A A thor thorHigh thorough
High canvass of the poor fatnillas key keymy kepany
my one from being forgotten Each cat catvas caswas
vas genuine however The presents weiv weivEiven wer wergiven
given to those really In need Wh Whet Wheteveryone < i iveryone
everyone had boon loaded down witli witlimndles wilbinidLos
mndles of Christmas good things therwere then thenwere
were heaps of gift gifts left Ttveee will b bresent Is Isdlstrlbutpct
dlstrlbutpct among those who ware no nopresent
resent > last evening eveningCiests eveningGests
Ciests Depart Happy HappyMany HappyMany
Many of tire package were a o tr trand rj rjnd
and nd heavy tliat they required tli n nined I Ibleed
bleed strength of two or evtn eve i i tire tireoungsters I rc rcyoungsters <
youngsters to carry them Ttn TI > v wei weieavy its itsfleavyoh
fleavyoh eavy oh so heavy heavybut but tn they y wti tu i r i imrdens
burdens The hurry to get them them intu itt th thiiumble ti tiutumble
iiumble little homes for opening rer rertered ieidoted
doted their weight insignificant It wa wai waa >
a i motly but happy Crowd thai ill illthrough q11through
through the doors after the merry merr at atair atfair
fair air had eome to a close Mothtrs it tio tiobin iruthin
bin frayed shawls could not hide th thjtoop ii iistoop <
stoop in their tired shoulder struggl trugglehappily u usapplly
happily with huge bundles Their JK i ac acwere R Rivere
were radiant with a joy springing ron ronhe roiithe
the he realization that hungry little mouths mouthsit
at it home were to taste of the u oodles OOthl1iCbristnras of ofJhristnias
Jhristnias that aching Uttle heartrould heart heartswould
would lose their pain in fbi welcoralnfc welcoralnfct wek orniuu
Qf > t soldenhaiml dolls that cold Httlt Httltmnds ittl
hands would hereafter be prorectcu b barm i iwarm
warm arm gloves that scantily eantilychvd eItd bodle bodlelred bodiewoulul >
woulul have 4iltibIe clotliin I LId gras grashaired
haired lred men with tears m tneir ys ysered U Utered
ered wor words ls of thanks to him who said saidInasmuch
1 Inasmuch as ye have done it unto th theast thuleast
least east of these my children no i hav havlone tra > > ydons
lone it unto me and to o thosf tlioi wh ni hUM bminade
made their Christmas happier than h hould i icould
could have hen otherwise RagtJtcl ohil ohilInn Liii LiiiUtsnboys
Utsnboys Inn boys > snd nd girls of all ages agsiiti agsiitishusuteil fairi fairiitfid
shusuteil itfid in tlielr delight Iluggintf tlu tluloalrest 11 11ulfuirutit
loalrest of dollies to their breast H Hried I iii iiiWell
Well to thank d iear > ar old Santy Stvtt Tivh Tivhnoiiths iri irimouths
mouths w were sre filled with candy aro a o ti n nheurls j jiearl
heurls iearl wii with Joy making it adlftiuit a t ± tel telto sk sko
to o give MteiuGle otpreseim ir I Igratitude tli i irrautudei
gratitude but S Sahta ata understood fw ncthose
hose who watched tin tti proceeding proceedingpectators rncetuLiigPeeLOtOrs
pectators understood understoodContinued unttertoodContinued
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