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THE SALT LAKE HERALD TUESDAY ESDAY JANUARY 2 2i9O3 1906
SECOND OND TERM OF OFMAYORMCLELLAN
MAYOR MAYORMCLELLAN MCIElLAN MCIElLANI MCIElLANst I
1 Earnest Eamest st Address of the Executive Executive1r ExecutivettheReads tc tctheads
r the theReads Heads of the Various VariousDepartments VariousDepartments VariousDepartiients
Departments DepartmentsGENERAL DepartmentsERAL DepartiientsGENERAL
GENERAL ERAL BINGHAMS TALK TALKWILLHAVE rUKv rUKJ7QlCE
v
I J7QlCE WILLHAVE WI WILL LL HAVE TO ACT ON ONTHE ONFHELEVEL ONTHELEVEL
THE FHELEVEL FHELEVELNew LEVEL LEVELNew
3 New New T York Jan J an 1 IMayor Mayor George JB JBMcClellah BMcClellan I IMcClellan
McClellan began today his second term termas termas
4 as mayor this time of tour years The Theceremonies Theceremonies
ceremonies were brief as today merely merelymarks merelyni
4 1 marks ni r the opening of a new term not nota
a new government A number of new newheads newheads nwheads
heads of departments were sworn in inincluding inirc1uding InIrdudlng
including General Theodore A Bingham Binghamthe Binghamthe
the new police commissioner commissionerAddress commissionerAddress commisstonerAddress
Address of the Mayor MayorAfter MayorAtter MayorAfter
After they had taken their oaths Mayor MayorMcClellan MayorMcClellan MayorIf
McClellan called these heads of depart departments deJartments ¬
If ments together and told them his am ambition ambItion ambition ¬
1 bition Is to give the city a clean ef efficient efficerlt efaj ¬
aj ficient and honest government He al alluded alluded alluded ¬
luded to his present office as the last lastshall lastpupUc lasth
pupUc offIce which in all probability I Ish Ishall
h shall sh ll ever fill and said You gentle gentlemen gentleme gentlemen ¬
the thefact thefact thei
to
men me owe your appointments solely
i fact that I believe you are well quail qualified quaUfi ¬
r fied fi Ie4 d for the office to which I have apl ap appointed appcinted ¬
l pointed you I shall hold you to a strict strictand strictand strictt
t and efficient performance of your duty dutyand dut dutand dutyr
r and should any of you fail in reaching reachingthe reachingthe
h the standard which I shall shal1require require requireshall requireshall 1 1shall
shall not hesitate to remove you youAldermen youAldermen youAldermen
Aldermen Sworn In InAt I InI ri riAt
I At the Installation of the new board boardof boardof
of aldermen today Clarence J Shearn Snearnpresented Shearnptesfmted Shearnlu
4 presented a protest against the seating seatingof seatingof
lu of President McGowan elected on the theDemocratic theDemocratic theG
nt Democratic ticket Mr Shearn acted in inbehalf inbehalf InL
G behalf of J G PhelpsStokes the Mu Municipal MuniCipal Mun1cipal ¬
L nicipal Ownership candidate for that ot office otfice otg ¬
fice Mr Shearn also presented protests protestsagainst protestsagaInst protestsI
I g against the seating of five aldermen They Theywere Theywere TheyMi
were referred by the aldermen to a com committee committee corninittee ¬
Mi mittee without having been read Mr MrShearn MrShearn Mrj
I Shearn said he hopes by the protests too tooge tooge toool
j the courts courtsto
ol ge a writ of certiorari from
1 to offset the ruling of the board of can canvassers canvassers ¬
1 vassers of elections which seated the themen themen themen
men men whose offices he contests contestsMr contestpt
t Mr Shearn is counsel by byW W R Hearst HearstNEW HearstNEW HearstNEW
NEW YEAR AND NEW DEAL DEALGenera DEALGeneral DEALir
ir
General BInghams Talk to New York YorkPolice YorkPollee Yorkd
Police Officials OfficialsNew OfficIalsNew OfficialsNew
d
New York Jan 1 1wIlliam William McAdoo to today today today ¬
day retired from the office of police com commissioner commissioner cornmissioner ¬
missioner and his successor General GeneralTheodore GeneralTheodorE GeneralTbeodor6
Theodore A Bingham formally assumedcharge assumed assumedcharge assumedcharge
charge of the police force of the greater greatercity greaterclty greatercity
city General Binghams first official act actwas actwas actwas
was was to address the inspectors and cap captcins capUlns capt1ns
tcins of the department who w wjto o had been beensummoned beensi beensUmmoned
summoned si tT moned to meet him himright himWe himWe
We st start rt a new year and a new deal dealright dealright
right here he said I have been sent sentfor sentfer sentfor
for to tocome come here and do a certain piece pieceof pieceof pieceof
of work I am going to do it I havenot havea have havenot
not anything against you to start with withno withDO
a no suspicion suspIcionand and we will begin on the thelevel thelavel thei
11 level But by the nine gods of war you youhave youhave youy
i have got to deal with me on the level levelas levels levclas
y as s I shall deal with you There will willbe wl11be willl
l be no spying on the men of this force forceIf forceIf forcea
If you are manly men sportsmanlike sportsmanlikemen
a men you OU will appreciate that and treat treatmt treiltrot trttS
f
S mt the same Dont go back on the hand handthat hanllthat handi
that I stretch out to you youThe JouThe
14 i The shoofly system a force of plain plainclothes plainclothes plaint
t clothes men to watch the patrolmen patrolmenwhfleon patrolmenwhileon patrolmenS
whileon duty dut which had been tried sev several sevoral sevoral ¬
S oral times in the past was revived and andcontinued andcontinued andI
I continued by Commissioner McAdoo McAdooMany McAdooJ1Rny McAdooV
V Many patrolmen were brought up for trial trialon trIalon trialon
on charges preferred by the shoofly shoeflysquad shooflysquad shooflyquad
squad In view of the new commission commissioners ¬
ers assertion it Is probable that the plan planwill planwill planI
I will be abandoned abandonedMr
S Mr McAdoo Ic doo greeted General Bingham Binghamordially Binghamordi BlughamI
I ordially ordi lly told him the police were an anidmirable andinlrllble andrntrable
idmirable body of men and advised him himto hImto himi
i to know them well wellVice wellVice welle
e Vice Squad Abolished
C Oneof One lof of the first official acts of the thenew thenew
new police commissioner was to abolish abolishthe abolisht abolishthe
t the vice squad The vice squad squ d was the thecreation thecreatlo
t creation of the retiring retiringcommissione commissioner and andwas andc
1 J was detailed to secure secure evidence against againstquestionable againstquestionable againstC
c questionable resorts resortsCommissioner rEsortsr
r Commissioner Bingham also accepted acceptedthe acceptedf acceptedthe
the resignation of First F rst Deputy Commis CoramlsBioner CommisBioner CommisS
f S Bioner McAvoy to take effect Immediate Immediately ¬
ly and when he found that the > eslgna eslgnaof eslgnatlon
C tlon ot Second Deputy Farrell In charge charJteof
L of the Brooklyn division of the force forcehad forcehad forcehad
had not ot been filed sent a noto to him himdemanding himdemandIng himdemanding
demanding his resignation forthwith forthwithThis forthwithThis forthwithI
I This leaves the commissioner free to ap appoint apI appoint ¬
point three new deputies there having havingbeen balngb havingbeh
I been b e lon one on < vacancy vacanc not filled by Mr Mo MoAdoo MeI Ic
I Adoo after the death of o Third Deputy DeputyUndsley DeputyLindsley
1 Undsley UndsleyThe LindsleyThe LtndsleyThe
The shoofly squad wis first put in into Into into ¬
1 to existence by Theodore Roosevelt when whenhe whenbe whenhe
he was police commissioner but was wasabolished wasj wasP
P abolished aboll shed by b Chief Devery and revived revivedby re ived
II 3 by b General Greene GreeneI
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4 1 Lincoln Neb Jan 1 1J011n John Ellis an anexbanker anexb anexbanicr
exbanker exb er of Beatrice Neb and ex excouhty excou excouity
couhty cou ty treasurer of Gage county despon despondent despondent despondent ¬
dent over financial affairs committed sui suicide suJJde sul1de ¬
cide Jde today to < Jay by taking carbolic acid acidMALAEIA acidI
MALARIA MALAEIAGenerally NALBIAr NALBIArGenerally 1 1 1I 1Generally
1 I I
Generally That Is Not the Trouble TroubleS TroublePersons
S Persons with a susceptibility to mal malarial mala malanal ¬
a anal influences should sh uld beware b ware o of cof coffee cofr coft ¬
r t fee which has a tendency to load up upthe upthe
1 the liver with bile bileA bileA bileA
A lady writes from Denver that she shesuffered shesuffered shesuffered
suffered for years from chills and andfever andI andfever
fever which at last she learned were weremainly weremainly
I mainly produced by the coffee shedzank she shedrank shedrank
drank dranki drank drankI
i 411 I was also grievously afflicted with withheadaches withheadaches withheadaches
headaches and indigestion she says sayswhich saysVhi sayswhi
which Vhi h I became satisfied were like likewise l1kewis likewise ¬
wise wis largely due to tKe coffee I drank drankSix dranltSix drankSix
Six months ago I quit Its use alto altogether altogather altogther
gather and began to drink Postum Food PoodGoffee Foodr
r Coffee with the gratifying result that thatniy tbatWY thatI
I niy headaches have disappeared my mydigestion my4lgestlon mydigestion
digestion has been restored and I have haveriot havenot havenot
not had a recurrence of chills and andlever andI
I lever for mare than three months I Ihave II Ihave
have no doubt that It was Postum Postumthat Postumthat Postumthat
I that brought me this thlsrelief relief for I haveused have haveused haveused
used no medicine while this improve improvement improveI ¬
I ment has been going on It was wasreally wasreRl1 wasreally
really reRl1 relief from congestion of the theliver thel1ver theliver
liver caused by b coffeeMy coffee coffeeMy coffeeMy
My daughter has been as great a acoffee aooffee acoffee
coffee drinker as I and nd for years was wasafflicted wasafflioted wasafflicted
afflicted with terrible sick headaches headacheswhich headacheswhich headacheswhich
which often lasted for a week at a atime atime atime
time She is a brain worker and ex excessive excesslve excessive ¬
cessive application together with the theheadaches theheadach theheadaches
headaches began to affect her h r mem memory memory memory ¬
ory most seriously She found no help helpin helpin helpIn
in medicines and the doctor franklyadvised frankly franklyadvised franklyadvised
advised her to quit coffee and use Pos Postum Postu Posum ¬
tum tu um n
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nFor For more than four months she has hasnot hasnot hasnot
not had a headache headacheher her mental fac faculties facI factilties ¬
I ulties have grown groWn more active and andRigorous andt andI
t Rigorous lgorous and her memory memor has been re restored restored restored ¬
1 stored storedNo storeduNo storedS
S uNo No more tea coffee or drugs for us ussp usso ussp
sp long as we can get Postum Name Namegiven Namegiven Namegiven
given by Postum Co Battle Creek CreekMich CreekMich
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MCALL RESIGNS RESlGNSGOING RESIGNSGOINGTOEUROPE
GOING GOINGTOEUROPE GOINGTOEUROPENew TO EUROPE EUROPENew
New York Life L Li Insurance Insur nc CompanyGets Company CompanyGets ompany ompanyGets
Gets Rid of the theUOId Old Man ITanof Manof Hanof
of the th Sea SeaSAID SeaSAIDH SeaSAID
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SAID SAIDH HE II WOULDNTBUTDID WOULDNTBUTDIDANNUAL WOULDNT T D1D D1DAN
ANNUAL AN N UAL STATEMENT sf A TEM ENT vIS IS DUE DUETODAY DUEft i iJ
J TODAY TODAYNew TODAYI TODAYNew TODAY5 > S S SS SNew
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New York Jan 1 IIt It was < made known knownlast knownlast knownlast
last night night on excellent authority that thatJohn thatJohn thatJohn
John A McCall resigned on Saturday the thepresidency thepresidency thepresidency
presidency of the New York Life Insur Insurance Insurance insuranco ¬
ance company says todays Times and andthat andthat andthat
that his hi resignation as reluctantly ac accepted accepted accepted ¬
cepted by the trustees of the company companyOfficial companyOtticial companyOfficial
Official announcement allnounc ment of the resignation resignationhad r gnation gnationhad
had been planned by the trustees to be bemade bemade bemade
made next Tuesday when the annual annualstatement annual3tatement annualstatement
statement of the company also becomes becomespublic becomegpublic becomespublic
public property
Mr McCall at his home last night nightwould nightwould nightwould
would not reply to a request that he heconfirm heconfIrm beconfirm
confirm the report of his resignation resignationMost resIgI1atlonMost resignationMost
Most of the trustees of the New York YorkLife Y YorkLife rk rkLIte
Life Insurance company were spending spendingNew spendingNew spendingNew
New Years out of tQwn None of thosewho those thosewho thosewho
who could be reached would talk about aboutMr aboutlIr aboutMr
Mr McCall or the companys affairs affairsMr affaltsMr affaitsMr
Mr McCalls resignation according to tothe tothe tothe
the Information which reached theTimes the theTimes theTimes
Times was presented to a full meeting meetingof
of the trustees Saturday morning The Theresignation Theresib11atIon Theresignation
resignation was in writing writingMakes writingMakes writingMakes
Makes Him Sick SickIn SickIn SickIn
In his letter Mr McCall said that after afterlong afterlong afterlong
long and careful consideration he had hadfelt hadfelt badfelt
felt it best to take such a step In the themonths themonths themonths
months during which the Insurance con controversy controversy controversy ¬
troversy has affected the New Lork Lifehe Life Lifehe LIfehe
he said his peace of mind had suffered sufferedfrom sufferedfrnm sufferedfrom
from continuous misunderstanding and andmisrepresentation andmisrepresentatIon andmisrepresentation
misrepresentation of his actions and dis distortion distortIonot dietortion ¬
tortion tortIonot of facts and misquotation of his hisutterances hisutterances hisutterances
utterances by the newspapers He was wasnot wasnot wasnot
not in good health now n w and he felt that thatit thatIt thatit
it would be best for himself and for the thecompany theconpany thecompany
company If he resigned the th presidency presidencyProtests presido11cyProte3ts presideTieyProtests
Protests were made by several of the thetrustees thetrustees thetrustees
trustees against receiving reeelvln ° the resigna reslgnaon resignation resignation
tion and there was evlciently cviaently a desireon desire desireon
on the part of the trustees that Mr Mc McCall McCall McCall ¬
Call should still retain the presidency presidencydespite presidencydespIte presidencydespite
despite the demands from outside the thecompany thecompany thecompany
company for his deposition It was made madeplain madepain madeplain
plain to the trustees truste s however that Mr MrMcCall MrMcCall MrMcCall
McCall would abide by his resignation resignationand
and it was then accepted with appro appropriate appropriate appropilate ¬
priate expressions expres ions of regret regretWill regretWill regretWill
Will Join Hamilton HamiltonAll
All of the trustees were pledged to se secrecy B Bcrecy e ecrecy ¬
crecy until Tuesday next when the an annual annual annual ¬
nual financial statement of the company companywill companywill companywill
will be made public This statement Is Isknown isknown isknown
known to be even more favorable to the thecompany thecompany thecompany
company than might be expected expectedJohn expectedJohn expectedJohn
John Claflin the dry goods merchant merchantwho merch merchantwho nt ntwho
who Is a trustee of the New Lork Life Lifehas Lifehas Lifehas
has frequently been spoken of as Mr MrMcCalls MrMcCalls MrMcCalls
McCalls successor but it is by no means meanscertain meanscertain meanscertain
certain that Mr Claflin will accept theoffice the theoffice theoffIce
office officeMr offIcelr officeMr
Mr lr McCall Mc Call it is understood Intends to toleave toleave toleave
leave town after Tuesday next to take takea
a long lon rest It Is not improbable that thathe thathe thathe
he will go to Europe for a while whileMany whileMany whileMany
Many demands have been made by out outsiders outslders outelders ¬
elders on Mr McCall for his resigna resignation resignation resignation ¬
tion but he steadfastly declined to retire retireunder retireunder retireunder
under fire Suits have been brought to tocompel tocompel tocompel
compel his resignation as well as that thatof thatof thatof
of George W Perkins who was chair chairman chairman chairman ¬
man of the New York Lifes financial financialcommittee ffn fnancialcommittee ncial ncialcommittee
committee State Superintendent of In Insurance Insurance Insurance ¬
surance Vendeveer of Missouri demand demanded ¬
ed both resignations Mr Perkins of his hisown hisown hisown
own Initiative did didreUre retire but Mr McCall McCallhas McCallhas McCallhas
has kept his office until untilnow untilnowCOMMITTEES ntll now nowCOMMITTEES nowCOMMITTEES
COMMITTEES REPORTSome REPORT REP9RTSome EPQRTSome
Some of the Changes Which Will Be BeRecommended BeRecommended BeRecommended
Recommended RecommendedNew
New York Jan 1 According lccodin to a re report report report ¬
port prfcated today the legislative insur insurance Insurance insurancE ¬
ance investigating committee has already alreadydecided alreadydecided alreadydecided
decided on some of the things which it itwill itwill Itwill
will recommend re ommend in its report to the legis legislature legislature legislature ¬
lature One Is that the contribution of oflife oflife ofIif
I life Iif insurance In rance moneys for political purposes pur purposes purposesshan ¬
poses posesshan shall be a misdemeanor on the part
Another recommendation will be for a abill abill abill
bill which will require full publicity on onthe onthe onthe
the part of the comnanies in the matter matterof
of payments made for fo supervising g legis legislation legislation legislatlon ¬
lation lationThe lationThe latlonThe
The committee will also ask for a n radi radical radical radical ¬
cal change in the laws governing the thestate thestate thestate
state insurance department What these thesechanges thesechanges thesechanges
changes will rill be > the committee itself has hasnot hasnot hasnot
not yet determined definitely definitelyPledged definitelPledged definitelyPledged
Pledged to Secrecy SecrecyNew SecrecyNew SecrecyNe
New Ne York Jan 1 lThe The report that thatJohn thatJohn thatJohn
John A < McCall is about to retire as pres president presIdent president ¬
ident of the New York Life Insurance Insurancecompany Insurancecompany Insurancecompany
company could coul not be confirmed today todayIt
It was said that the trustees have pledged pledgedthemselves pledgetthemselveS pledge4themselves
themselves to secrecy until after the com comPfnys comtHnys cornpnys
Pfnys annual reports issued i sued tomorrow tomorrowIt
It is i expected that formal announcement announcementof
of Mr McCalls McC Us retirement will be made madeat madeat madeat
at that time timeCHEYENNE timeCHEYENNE timeCHEYENNEGIRLENDS
CHEYENNE CHEYENNEGIRLENDS GIRL ENDS LIFE LIFEMss LIFEMiss LIFEMiss
Miss Bertha Rodgers 18 Years of ofAge ofAge ofAge
Age and Very Handsome Takes TakesDose TakesDose TakesDose
Dose of Carbolic Acid AcidSpecial AcidSpeclal AcidSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldCheyenne HeraldCheyenne HeraldCheyenne
Cheyenne Wyo Jan 1 1Mis8 Miss Bertha BerthaRodgers BerthaRodgers BerthaRodgers
Rodgers daughter of Mr and Mrs Wil William WUUam Wil11am ¬
liam T Rodgers living in insouth In South Chey Cheyenne Cheyenne Cheyenne ¬
enne died suddenly Saturday night as asthe asth I Ith
the th result of carbolic acid poisoning Twostories Two Twostories Twostories
stories are told of the affair the author authorities authorIties authorities ¬
ities claiming the girl who was 18 years yearsof yearsof yearsof
of age and very handsome committed committedsuicide committedsuicide committedsuicide
suicide and the family claiming the th acid acidwas acidwas acidwas
was taken by mistake the girl Intend Intending Intendin intendlug ¬
lug in to take cough medicine medicineThe m medicineThe dicine dicineThe
The first reports of the affair stated statedthat statedthat statedthat
that the Rodgers family had a dispute disputeat
at the supper table over the disposition dispositionof
of the check f of Rodgers who is a a car carpenter carpenter carPester ¬
penter in the th Union Pacific shops It Itseems Itseems Itseems
seems the mother and daughter wished wishedto
to take possession of the pay check but butMr butMr butMr
Mr Rodgers refused to part with it itShortly itShortly ItShortly
Shortly after the discussion of the pay paycheck Jaycheck raycheck ¬
check matter Miss Iss Bertha retired to her herroom herroom herroom
room and an hour later the family was wasaroused wasaroused wasaroused
aroused by her moans When Mrs Rod Rodgers Rodfers Rodgers ¬
gers entered her daughters chamber she shefound shefound shefound
found the girl lying on the bed dressed dressedand dressedand dressedand
and In great agony A doctor was sum summoned summoned summoned ¬
moned but nothing could be done for forher torher forher
her and she died In about three hours hoursJoe hoursJoe hoursJoe
Joe Hudson the wellknown bicycle bicyclerider bicyclerider bkyclerider
rider arrived from Denver at 1080 last lastnight lastnight lastnight
night to spend New Years with Miss MissBertha MissBertha MissBertha
Bertha with whom he had been keeping keepingcompany keepIngcompany keepincompany
company and he was deeply affected affectedby affectedby affecteby
by her suddendeath suddendeathCoroner sudd sudden ndeath ndeathCoroner death S
Coroner Murray viewed the remains remainsbut remaInsbut remainsbut
but did not hold an InquestWRECK inquest inquestWRECK inquestWRECK
WRECK ON THE GREAT GREATNORTHERN GREATNORTHERN GREATNORTHERN
NORTHERN IN MONTANA MONTANAHelena MONTANAHelena
Helena Mont ont Jan 1 1A A special to tothe tothe tothe
the Record from Glasgow says No No4 No4the 4 4the 4the
the eastbound flyer of the Great GreatNorthern GreatNorthern GreatNorthern
Northern crashed into the rear of a astalled astaIled astalled
stalled freight train a few miles ml1 s west westof Westot tvestof
of here about midnight The caboose cabooseand cabooseand cabooseand
and four cars of o the freight took ftr flrand fire fireand ftrand
and were burned The engine of the thepassenger thepassenger thepassenger
passenger train tra n was badly injured Jnj red and andthe andthe andthe
the passengers given a severe shak shaking shakIng shakIng ¬
ing but so far as known none were wereinjured wereinjured wereInjured
injured The engine of the freight got gotout gotout gotout
out of the way and left its load after aftersending aftersending aftersendIng
sending back a flagman to iwarn warn the theapproaching theapproachIng theapproaching
approaching flyer but the signals did didhot didnot didnot
not seem to have been heeded heededS
S
GERMANY GERMANYHAS HAS NOTHOUGHTOF NO NOTHOUGHT
THOUGHT THOUGHTOF OF WAR WARApjrehension WARApprehension
Apprehension Said to Exist in Prance PranceHas FranceHas PranceKas
Has No Substantial Foun Foundation Founditi PoundtiOn ¬
dation dationGERMANS diti dtiOnGERMANS n nE
GERMANS E MANS PLODDING LqPDING ALONG ALONGNOTHING ALONGI4OTHING
0 NPrIfING NOTHING TO BE GAINED BY BYFIGHTING BYFIGHTING BYFIGHTING
FIGHTINGBerlin FIGHTING FIGHTINGBerlin FIGHTINGBerlin
Berlin Jan 1 tThe The German foreign foreignoffice foreignoffice foreignOffice
office has been aware for to some time timethat timetbat timethat
that nervousness s exists in France both bothamong bothamong bothamong
among the cabinet ministers and people peopleover peopleover peopleOver
over the possibilities ofa of a renewed con controversy controversy ¬
troversy with Germany Baron Von VonRichthoefen VonRichthoefen VonRlchthoefen
Richthoefen the foreign secretary secr tary was wasinformed wasinformed I
informed a fortnight ago that the French Frenchcabinet Frenchcabinet Frenchcabinet
cabinet had serious learn of Germanys Germanysintentions Germanysintentions Germanysintentions
intentions The secretary replied to his hisInformant hisinformant I
Informant who ho was fresh f esh from Paris Paristhat Paristhat Paristhat
that such apprehensions were wholly whollywithout whollywithout whollywithout
without cause adding
What could Germany gain by a war warNo warNo warNo
No Indications of War WarInquiries WarUlnquiries War4lnquirles
Inquiries were made here by the theFrench theFrench theFrench
French financial interests last week as asto asto asto
to the possibilities of Germany provok provoking provokIng provokIng ¬
ing a war with France and German Germanbankers Germanbankers Germanbankers
bankers who are extremely well In Informed informed Informed ¬
formed politically replied that there was wasnot wasnot wasnot
not the slightest indication that the Ger German German German ¬
man government contemplated aggres aggressive aggressive aggresSive ¬
sive action a Uon towards France It was waspointed waspointed waspointed
pointed pointed out by one powerful interest that thata
a thousand tho and reasons existed against war warwhere warwhere warwhere
where one existed for It ItNothing itNothing ItNothing
Nothing to Be Gained GainedOnly GainedOnly GainedOnly
Only presumption and vainglory itwas it itwas Itwas
was added would suggest war when whennothing whennothing whennothing
nothing moral or material could be begained begained begained
gained by it while all the solid consid considerations considerations consideratlons ¬
erations of commerce and orderly Inter Internal internal Internal ¬
nal developments besides the thoroughly thoroughlypacific thorou thoroughlypacific hly hlypacific
pacific policy of the emperor are Im Immovably immovably immovably ¬
movably in the way of fighting for ambi ambition ambition ambltion ¬
tion alone The delicately adjusted sys system system eyetern ¬
tem of product and exchange would be beshattered beshattered beshattered
shattered by a war to such suchan an extent extentthat extentthat extentthat
that no indemnity or territory could fur furnish furnish furfish ¬
nish compensation compensationThe
The apprehensions in France appear to tobe tobe tobe
be due to a reasonable certainly that thatGermany thatGennany thatGermany
Germany will oppose Frances position positionat
at the Moroccan conference now only afortnight a afortnight afortnight
fortnight off and also to the feeling feeUnthat
that Frances yellow book on Morocco Moroccowent Moroccowbnt Moroccowbnt
wbnt rather too far In accusing Germany Germanyof
of assuming a provocative attitude and andcharging andcharging andcharging
charging her with bad faith faithBritish faithBritish faithBritish
British Influence InfluenceThe
The French government It is asserted assertedhere assertedhere assertedhere
here Is aware that these charges placed placedGermany placedrmany placedGermany
Germany rmany in an unpleasant light that the theGerman theGerman theGerman
German government resents them and andwill andwIll andwill
will reply to them firmly This reply replymay rephmay replymay
may lead to continued discussion In the thepress thepress thepress
press and between the public men of ofthe otthe ofthe
the two countries British influence it itIs itis itis
Is stated in Berlin Is known to be add adding aading aling ¬
ing to the feeling of mistrust of Ger Germany Germany Germany ¬
many existing e sUng In France especially in inthe Inthe inthe
the case of nonofficial influence such suchas suchas suchas
as recent utterances s of Sir Charles DUke Dilkeand DUkeand Dukeand
and the military correspondence of the theLondon theLondon theLondon
London Times last week But in every everywellposted everywellposted everywellposted
wellposted quarter here diplomatic fi financial fInancial fisandal ¬
nancial and military the statement is ismade Ismade Ismade
made that war between Germany and andFrance andFrance andFrance
France is incredible unless France has hasdesigns hasdesigns hasdesigns
designs which so far have not been dis disclosed disclosed dieclosed ¬
closed closedNEPHEW closedNEPHEW closedNEPHEW
NEPHEW NOT ADMITTEDFuneral ADMITTEDFuneral ADMITTED ADMITTEDFuneral
Funeral of Charles T Yerkes a Sim Simple SimpIe Simpie ¬
pIe Affair AffairQuaker Quaker Minister MinisterOfficiated Mi thister thisterOfficiated ister isterOffioiated
Officiated OfficiatedNew
New York Jan 1 IThe The funeral of ofCharles ofCharles ofCharles
Charles T Yerkes the late traction pro pronjpter proDoter proRoter
Doter njpter took place from his home at Fifth Fifthavenue Firthavenue Fifthwenue
avenue and Sixtyeighth street today The Thefuneral Thefuneral Thefuneral
funeral services were were conducted by a aQuaker a aQuaker aQuaker
Quaker minister They Tl ey were simple and andattended andattended andattended
attended only by members of the fam family famIly lamfly ¬
ily and a 3 few close friends of Mr Yerkc3 YerkcsThe Yerkc3The Yerkc3The
The body was placed in the Yerkes Yerkesmausoleum Yerku1mausoleum Yerkecmausoleum
mausoleum in Greenwood cemetery
While the funeral services were
conducted Charles Yarkes of Johnsvllle JohnsvlllePa
Pa who said he was a son of SamuelYerkes Samuel SamuelYerkes SamuelYerkes
Yerkes a brother of the dead man ar arrived arrived arrived ¬
rived and requested permission to at attend attEnd attend ¬
tend the service but the servants refused refusedto
to admit him hi n to the house The vlsi visitor vlsito vlsitor ¬
tor to Induced one of them to take a mes moesage message message ¬
sage to Charles E Yerkes son of the thedead thed thedead
dead d ad man but it did not secure his ad admission admissIon admission ¬
mission Four coaches followed the thehearse thehearse thehearse
hearse from the house The TheJpcond second was wasoccupied wasoccupied wasoccupied
occupied by the widow of the deceased deceasedA dec ed edA
A block from the house the procession processionwas
was joined by a hack in which was wasCharles wasCharl wasCharles
Charles Charl s Yerkes of Pennsylvania The Theman Theman Theman
man from Pennsylvania who said he was wasa
a nephew of Mr Yerkes was not present pres present present ¬
ent at the mausoleum when the funera funeraparty fUneraparty funeraparty
party witnessed the placing of the body bodyof bod bodof bodyof
of the deceased within it itROOSEVELT ItI ItROOSEVELT
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ROOSEVELT IN HOT WATER WATERPresident WATERPresident WATERPresident
President Accused of Butting Into IntoBritish IntoBritish IntoBritish
British Politics by Expressing ExpressingSympathy ExpressingSympathy ExprsingSympathy
Sympathy for Liberals LiberalsLondon LiberalsLondon LiberalsLondon
London Jan 1 ISo So far the letter of ofCameron ofCameron ofCameron
Cameron Corbott a parliamentary can candidate candidate candidate ¬
didate for Glasgow In the Union Inter Interests interests interests ¬
ests calling the attention of Ambassador Ambassadorto AmbassadorReid AmbassadorReid
Reid and Premier C mpbellBannerman mpbellBannermanto
to the alleged unconstitutional action of ofhis otbIs ofhis
his opponent D M L Mason M on who Mr MrCorbett MrCorbett MrCorbett
Corbett said at a meeting of his constituents con constituents constituents ¬
stituents announced that in a friendly friendlyinterview frIendlyinterview friendlyinterView
interview which he had with President PresidentRoosevelt PresfdntRoosevelt I
Roosevelt at Washington the president presidentexpressed presidentexpressed presidentexpressed
expressed his hearty sympathy with the theLiberal theLiberal theLiberal
Liberal party In Great Britain has not notattracted notattracted notattracted
attracted much attention in political clr circles clrces clrdes ¬
des The Times however says editori editorially editorially editorally ¬
ally that it does not believe President PresidentRoosevelt PresidentRoosevelt PresidentRoosevelt
Roosevelt said what has been imputed imputedto
to him but agrees with Mr Corbett In Insaying Insa Insaying
saying sa ing that the president pre dent might make makesome makesome makesome
some disclaimer and thereby render im impossible impossible impossible ¬
possible any further misrepresentation misrepresentationThe
The Times incidentally recalls the Sack Sackrille Sackv1lle Sackyule
yule incident
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SALOON MAN STOPS STOPSRIOT STOPSRIOT STOPSRIOTWIJH
RIOT RIOTWIJH WITH PISTOLBellev11le PISTOLBelleville PISTOL PISTOLBelleville
Belleville 111 Jan 1 1I In attempting attemptingto attemptlngtoque
to toque quell a New Years Ye rs riotous celebra celebration celebration celebration ¬
tion In his saloon early today William WllliamTannehill WilliamTannehill WilliamTannehill
Tannehill shot and killed William Borden Bor Borden Borden
den and dangerously wounded Fred FredHopwood FredHopwood FredHopwood
Hopwood Tannehill telephoped for forthe forthe forthe
the police surrendered himself and andwas am amwas anwas
was placed in Jail JailAre janTU jailTtt
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Are very trying on one whose system systemis
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and blood impure No wonder you youtake youtake ou outake
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curing Indigestion Dyspepsia Costive Costiveness Costiveness Costiveness
ness Bloating and Malaria Try it today to today today ¬
day also get a tree qopy opy of our 1906 1906Almanac 1906Almanac 1906Almanac
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mothers for their children During the theprocess theprocess theprocess
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