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Kidnappers Restore Son on onJteceipt onltcccipt
Jteceipt of S25000 S250001DWARDS 25000 25000EDWARDS
Ynnnc Y Ing Cnrfabr Say ay He Wai au Seized oa the tbeStreet thetreet
Street treet Opposite Home lllludfalded and andTakea nudTttken
Takea lo ssoatb oeth Omaba OmeheChrlned Chained 16 the Ibefloor thelioorlnnn
floor lioorlnnn In nn Kmptr EniptyR 1C oomReleaned With Withunt WUh4mut
unt Kxplnaallon 1xpbuniIonecond Meeoad Letter of the theKidnapper the1IJntpptri
Kidnapper HcmandlBC a Raaiom RaaiomOmaha flanomOnha
Omaha X Nib br Dec LThere There Is J r rJ re rejMcfn
jMcfn J fc ff jit the h hetno mo of Edward Cudahy Cudahyth Cudahythe
th the wealthy packingtouc owner of thta thtacHy thhcty
cHy Bd 1dward vard Cadahy Jr who was wa kid kidruppod kidnppe4
ruppod Taesday evening after being h held heldthfrtyiIx W Wthirtysix
thirtysix hours for A ransom o 126000 I In InpM inwhish
pM whish the young mans father un unh unhidtatlngty
h hidtatlngty + ettallngiy paM baa bean returned to tohfe
hfe family and tonight the boy and his hisparent hl hlpareafla
parent are receiving congratulations congratulationsfrom congratulationsfraiti
from relatives and friends throughout the thecountry thecowntry
country countryMr cowntryMr
Mr and Mrs Ctrdahy feel that they theyhave theyhave
have caw causo for relief not only over the re return retern ¬
turn of theIr youthful son but also be beoaeee bcoeee
oaeee on one or possibly mere of their theirdaughters theiruightors
daughters ware not included in the con confiplraoy conspirnoy
fiplraoy which has canned them EO much muchanxiety muchanxiety
anxiety and grief as a statement of the tlwcon theconhi4rators
con conhi4rators plrators overboard by thft th lad while whilehe whilehe
he wax in their power Indicates that they theyhad theyhad
had boon attempting for a n month to sc scour cccure ¬
our cure powe pcoesaeion elon of one of his Bisters BistersMr alatoraMr
Mr Cudahy had been very reticent reticentthroughout reticentthroughout
throughout the affair and up to this af afternoon atternoon ¬
ternoon refused absolutely to talk either eitherof eitherof
of the kidnapping or th the payment of the tberansom theransom
ransom and return of his son All infor information informatlon ¬
mation given fo the public has been beenthrough beenthrough
through his attorney Melville Sears and andtho andthe
the statements of the latter have been beenvery beenvery
very guarded guardedBefore guardedBefore
Before the real truth of the kidnapping kidnappingthe
the return of the boy and experiences of oftho ofthe
the latter had been given to the public at atnoon atThoon
Thoon noon today toda tho police were inclined to todoubt todoubt
doubt the story that the boy had been beenspirited beenapiItd
spirited away This skepticism however howevermelted howevermelted
melted away when young Cudahy re related reJitted ¬
lated the story of being overpowered overpoweredplaced overpoweredplaced
placed In a closed carriage blindfolded blindfoldedand blindfoldedand
and bound and carried many miles from fromtho fromtho
tho city to t a place the location of which whichhe whichho
he cannot identify and his father made madeknown madeknown
known the details of a a long ride Into the thocountry thecountry
country to deposit a bag containing 25000 25000In OOO OOOin
In gold In a place Indicated in a letter letterwritten letterwritten
written Wednesday to Mr Cudahy by tha thaoutlaws th thoutiaws
outlaws naming this condition as a asurety asurety
surety for the return of the bo boYesterday boyS boySYesterday >
Yesterday about noon and several hours hoursafter hoursafter
after a letter had bean leXt on the lawn lawnof lawnof
of the Cudahy residence another missive misslvowas missivewas
was delivered to Mr Cudahy at his resl resldcnco resilenco
dcnco It came through the mails and andcontained andcontained
contained a proposition to return the boy boysafe boysafe
safe and unharmed provided the sum of ofJ25000 of2ooo
J25000 2ooo wtis paid that night nightFollowing nightFollowing
Following is a copy of the second letter letterOmaha letter4Omaha
Omaha ICebr Dec 18 18Mr Mr Cudahy CudahyWe CudahyWe
We have kidnapped your child and de demand demend ¬
mend J25WO 5OOO twentyfive thousand dol dollars ¬
4 lars for his safe return If you give ug ugthe u uthe
the money the child will bo returned as assafe ascafe
safe as when you last saw him but if you yourefuse yourefuse
refuse wo s o will put acid In his eyes and andblind andblind
blind him then we will immediately kid kidnap kidnap ¬
nap another millionaires child that wo wohave wehave
have spotted and demand 100000 and wo wowill wovIll
will vIll got It for he will iii see the condition conditionof
of your child and realize the fact that thatwe thatwe
we mean business and will not be mon monkeyed monkyed ¬
keyed with or captured capturedGet capturedGet
Get the money all In gold five ten and andtwentydollar andtwentydollar
twentydollar pieces put It In a white whitowheat whitewheat
wheat sack get in your buggy alone on onthe onthe
the night of December 19 at 7 oclock p pm pin
m and drive south from your house to toCenter toCenter
Center street turn west on Center and anddrive anddrive
drive back to nusers Park and follow followthe followthe
the paved road toward Fremont When Whenjou Whenyou
you come to a lantern that Is lighted by bythe bythe
the side of the road place the money by bythe bythe
the lantern and immediately turn your yourhorse yourhorse
horse around and return home homeYou homeYou
You will know our lantern for it will willhave willhave
have two ribbons black and white tied tiedon tiedon
on the handle You must place a red redlantern redlantern
lantern on your buggy where It can be beplainly beplainly
plainly seen so wo will v1il know you a mile mlioaway mileaway
away awayThis awayThis
This letter and every part of It must
bo returned with the money and any at attempt attempt ¬
tempt at capture will be the saddest thing thingyou thingyou
you ever done If I you remember some sometwenty sometwenty
twenty years ago Charley Ross was kid kidnapped kidnapped ¬
napped In New York City and J20000 ask askod askod
od Old Man Ross was willing to give up
the money but Burns the great detective detectivewith detectivewith
with others persuaded the old man not notto notto
to give up the money assuring him that thatthe thatthe
the thieves would be captured Ross died diedof diedof
of a broken heart sorry that he had al allowed iiilowed ¬
lowed the detectives to dictate to him himThis hImThis
This letter must not be seen by any anyone anyone
one but you If the police or some strang stranger ¬
er knew of Us contents they might at attempt attempt ¬
tempt to capture us although against againstyour aginstyour
your wish or some one might use a lan lantern lantern ¬
tern and represent us thus the wrong wrongparty wrongparty
party securing the money and this would wouldbe wouldbe
be as fatal to you as If you refused to togive togive
give up the money So you see the danger dangerif
if you let this letter ba seen seenMr seenMr
Mr Cudahy you are up against It and andthera andthorc
thera is only one way out Give up the thecoin thecoin
coin Money wo want and money we will willget willget
get If you dont give up the next man manwill manwill
will for ho will see that we mean bust business bustness ¬
ness and you can lead your boy around aroundblind aroundblind
blind the rest of your days and all you youwill youwill
will have Is the copper sympathy
Do the right thing by us and we will do dothe dothe
the same by you If you refuse you will willsoon wi wisoon
soon ace the saddest sight you ever seen seenWednesday seenWednesday
Wednesday December 19 This night or orncv oraever
ncv aever aeverFollow r rFollow
Follow these Instructions and no harm harmwill harmwill
will befall you or yours yoursFnlhrr yoursPeilser
Fnlhrr Keep tnllli with Kldnnpii Kldunpier KldunpierA r rA
A consultation was hold and the matter mattergone mattergone
gone over in detail Plans were discussed discussedfor dLscuedfor
for capturing the bandits when they theyshould theyshould
should make their appearance at the therendezvous therendezvous
rendezvous that had been designated But Butone Butone
one after another these plans were drop dropped droppod ¬
pod as being impracticable impracticableFinally impracticableFisally
Finally Impelled by the strain under underwhich underwhich
which the entire household was laboring laboringMr laboring1r
Mr 1r Cudahy decided to comply with the theterms thetrms
terms offered and ransom his son sonA sonA
A trusted mesnonger sworn to secrecy secrecywas secrecywas
was sent for the money which was wasbrought wasbrought
brought to the Cudahy residence After Afterdinner After1nnor
dinner 1nnor Mr Cudahy had one of his hones honesharnessed horsosharnessed
harnessed to a light buggy and taking takingthe takingthe
the money In it with him left alone for forthe forthe
the designated place at which the money moneywas moneywas
was to be left In the buggy he carried carriedrod carreda
a rod lantern He drove five miles west westOf westof
Of the town on the Sherman avenue road roaduntil roadtatIl
until he came to a white lantern hang hanglag hanglag
lag on a short stick bftside the road roadAlighting roadAlighting
Alighting from hi his buggy Mr Cudahy Cudahydeposited Cudahydeposited
deposited tho ths sack containing the money moneynuar moneynear
near the stick tearing the white light lightThen ilghtThen
Then without seeing any one he return returned returnod ¬
ed to his home homeMeanwhile homeMeanwhile
Meanwhile the abductors had eeen the therod thered
rod light coming up the road and ns soon soonc soonCs
Cs c the buggy disappeared they took away awnythe awaythe
the money and prepared to keep faith fnithwith faithwith
with tli the father The boy was bundled In Into ¬
to 1 a cab and sat down close by his fa faIhera a atilers
Ihera house about 1 oclock this morning morningClose morningClose
Close by the place where Mr Cudahy was wasMrect wasdirected
directed < Mrect d to leave the ransom for his son snnthe sonthe
the river approaches the road and It Is IsMppOB isawaposed
awaposed MppOB d the men were on the watch for foribt forili
ili ibt millionaire and saw aw his red light from fromboat fromboat
boat Aa soon an he had driven away awaynd awaynd
> nd they had satisfied themselves that no nolorson pi piterson
lorson w was a lurking near they probably probablyslambarfid probably1mbored
slambarfid up the bank obtained the suck suckMf sackJt
Mf Jt gold gld returned to the boat again and
escaped without leaving any telltale foot footprintx fotprints
prints There Is absolutely no clew to the theIdentity theIdentity
Identity of the men menYannc menYsfing
Yannc Ctxlahrs Htorjr HtorjrWhen itoryWhen
When young Edward Cudahy was ques questioned questtone4 ¬
tioned concerning the circumstances of ofhis ofhis
his disappearance he told the following followingHe followinglie
He raid that he wag in front of Ova GvnCowln OvaCowins
Cowln Cowins house Ju just t across the street from fromhi fromhis
hi his own home on his way back from the theItumUit
Itucttn residence Tuesday evening when whentws whentwo
two men approached him One of them thematep
atep tpp d up ip to him and said We are aresheriffs arealorUfs
sheriffs from Sarpy trpy County and arrest arrestyou arrestyou
you aa Eddie McGee who escaped from fromthe fromthe
the Reform School Tlte lad replied that thathe
he was not the mythical Eddie McGee McGeebut
but his captors said that he would have iavt to tobe
be kientlftaL They placed him in a buggy buggyand buggyand
and drove to Thirty ThirtyaUth Uth street and andthence andthence
thence south to Loavenworth street As Asrhey tsthey
they approached Leaveawerth street a amotor amotor
motor car passed them The ltd recog recognized recegsized ¬
sized the conductor and said to O hU cap captors capiors ¬
tors There Is a man who wo knows me melie meLo
lie can identify ma maBet raeBut
Bet th the captors immediately blindfolded blindfoldedhim blindfoldedhim
him and whipped up the horse The lad ladthinks ladthinks
thinks fhat ht th they y crossed Leavenworth Leavenworthstreet LeavenworthStreet
street and then drove in a southwesterly southwesterlydirection southwesterlydirectier
direction Pnwently they came to a nous nouswhkh hoteso hotesowhich
which in the opinion of the lad Is some somewhere somewhere ¬
where In th the southwestern port of South SouthOmaha SouthOmaha
Omaha Young Cudahy was taken from fromj fromthe
j th the buggy and placed In a room and andchained andchained
chained to the floor He remained there thereall thereall
all night and the next day His hands handswere handssere
were tied and the chains on his feet pre prevented prevented ¬
vented him from getting a good view of ofhis ofhis
his surrounding even after the blind blindfold blindfold ¬
fold bad been removed He knows how however however ¬
ever that he was in an empty room and andthat andthat
that the blinds on the windows were weredoeed werecIosd
doeed On the trip to the place of im imprisonment Imprisonment ¬
prisonment the men he nays talked a alittle alittle
little about themselves He gathered from fromthem fromthem
them that there were six in the gang gangOne gangOne
One of these men came from Mexico re recently recently ¬
cently and from Denver very lately and andwas andwas
was an expert in the kidnapping business businessIlnil businossS
S unit Ilnmieit la it Kidnap Dancliter DancliterAfter lnualiterAfter
After the mysterious house was reached reachedone reachedone
one man guarded him during a greater greaterportion greaterportion
portion of the day The second man was wasn wasin
in n and out of the room at intervals From Froma
a conversation between the abductors and andhimself andhimself
himself the young man learned that the thoabductois theabduetois
abductois had been seeking to abduct one oneof oneof
of the girls of the family and had been beenplannlpg beenplannlpg
plannlpg this for four months At night nightor
for or some unknown reason the men re released released ¬
leased young Cudahy from his chains and andsaid andsaid
said We are going to take you home homeThen homeThen
Then they led him to a hack He was wasdriven wasdriven
driven rapidly through the darkness to toThirtyseventh toThirtyseventh
Thirtyseventh and Leavenworth streets streetswhere streetswhere
where he was allowed to leave the car carriage carriage ¬
riage From there he walked home ar arriving arriving ¬
riving there shortly after 1 oclock In the thamorning themorning
morning The bandits made no explana explanation explanation ¬
tion to him why they gave him his free freedom freedam ¬
dom domSpeaking damSpeaking
Speaking of his experiences while in the thepower thepower
power of the kidnappers young Edward Edwardgave Edwardgave
gave the following account of his sur surroundings surroundinga ¬
roundings and what occurred and ofc o the themen themen
men who guarded him himI
I could tell by the way the mens foot footsteps footsteps ¬
steps resounded throughout the house that
It was as vacant and stripped of furniture furnitureI
I observed also that they struck no light lightI lightI
I would have been conscious of a sense eenseof senseof
of light had they made one for the band bandage bandage ¬
age could not have excluded all its rays
The men still moved about In absolute absolutesilence absolutesilence
silence exchanging no word One of them
found an old rickety chair in some place placeand placeand
and pushed me down on it Then he re removed removed ¬
moved the cords from around my wrists wristsand wristsand
and substituted a a pair of handcuff with withchains withchains
chains attached and made the latter fast fastto fastto
to the rungs of the chair A pair of leg
irons were clapped upon my ankles and andthe andthe
the chains of these were also locked lockedabout lockedabout
about the legs of the chair chairGiven chairCiveit
Given Coffee and Crackers CrackersIn
In this uncomfortable position I spent spentmost spentmost
most of the twentyfour hours of my In Incarceration incarceration ¬
carceration though at one time for a aperiod aperiod
period of about five hours I should Judge Judgethe judgethe
the chains from my wrists were remov removed removed ¬
ed and I was permitted to lie down pn pnthe pnthe
the floor One of my captors kindly pro provided provided ¬
vided a cdat which served as a pillow I Itried Itried
tried to sleep but my nerves were too
badly shattered to permit of It During Duringall Duringall
all of this time I partook of nourishment
but once though the man who was with withme withme
me often asked me If I wanted anything
Once I said I did and he went and got gotme gotme
me a cup of coffee and some crackers
As soon as I was chained to the chair chairone chairone
one of the men went away but he kept keptreturning keptreturning
returning at Intervals of every few min minutes mm mmutes ¬
utes when he would tap lightly upon the
door and would engage my guardian In a awhispered awhispered
whispered conversation I could not catch catcha
a word of what they gaid aid After each eachone eachone
one of these interviews the man on the
outside would go away and after a mo moment moment ¬
ment or so I could hear the tinkle of a
telephone bell which sounded a a long way
off I believe they were in telephonic
communication with some persons in
Omaha all the time timeThe timeThe
The man who kept watch over me was
drinking heavily all the time At first h he
did not talk at all but after we had been
alone together for six or seven hours he
began to get garrulous He talked about
all sorts of things and his talk rambled
although whether from drink or design I Icould Icould
could not say Finally he became bolder bolderPlan boidcrIInn
Plan Watt Vn to K iiiInnp til nap One of oi the irin irinTwo irMTwo
Two or three times he touched on the
subject of my abduction and I gathered
from his remarks that there were six sI men
in the gang of which he was a member
He said one thing which was very much
to the point and which startled me
4 Do you know he asked that we
have been watching that house of yours yoursout yoursout
out there for the last two months Well Wellwe Wellwe
we have What we really wanted was to toget toget
get one of the little girls girlsyour your sisters
but we didnt get a chance Finally we
became desperate and determined to take
the bull by the horns and nab you And
I guess Its all right Youve acted first firstclass firstglass
class my boy Ycull be back with your
folks In a few hours hoursTho hoursThe
The boy tonight la apparently none the thoworse theworse
worse for his unusual experience and andsays andsays
says he will take up his school studies at
Crelghton College as usual after the boil ¬
days daysNotwithstanding daysNotwithstanding
Notwithstanding the entire police and
detective force of the city several Pin Pinkertons Pinkertons
kertons from Chicago and half a hundred hundredof
of Mr Cudahys own men have been beensearching beensearching
searching diligently for a clew looking to tothe tothe
the capture of the outlaws ever since the thereturn thereturn
return of the young man up to 11 oclock oclocktonight oclocktonmght
tonight nothing has developed to give the theleast theleast
least idea of the identity of the men who whoperpetrated whoperpetrated
perpetrated the crime crimeMost crimeMost
Most people will wonder why the po police police ¬
lice did not attempt to capture the kid kidnappers kidnappers ¬
nappers of young Cudahy when his father fathertook fatherttok
took out that 23000 Wednesday eve evegaid evesaid
said Chief of Police Donahue tonight tonightWe tonIghtWe
We could have done so but it was Mr MrCudahys MrCudahys
Cudahys wish that we do nothing that thatwould thatcould
would Interfere with the safety of the theIt theSalt
Salt Rheum RheumIt
It may become chronic chronicIt
It may cover the body with large largeInflamed largeinflamed
Inflamed burning Itching scaling scalingpatches scalingpatches
patches and cause Intense suffering sufferingIt
It has been known to do so soDo soDo
Do not delay treatment treatmentThoroughly treatmentThoroughly
Thoroughly cleanse the system of ofthe ofthe
the humors on which this ailment de decends deDends
cends and prevent their return returnThe returnThe
The medicine taken by Mn Ida E Ward WardCore WardCove
Core Point Md was Hoods SimpulUa SimpulUaShe SarsaparlileShe
She writes I bad a disagreeable itcalDc oa oamy onmy
my Mini which I concluded was salt rhetun rhetunI rhen rhenI
I began takJuc Hoods Saraaparilla and in intwo intwo
two d days ya felt better It wa was not Ion long before beforeI
I was cured and I hare never had nay skin skladlzease skindisease
disease since alnceHoods sinceHoods
Hoods Sarsmpmrill SarsmpmrillPromises SsaparIIIaPromises
Promises to cure and keeps the thepromise thepromise
promise It Is positively unequaled unequaledfor
for all cutaneous emotions Take It it
fcny ioy Mrs Cudahy was nearly broken brokendown brokendown
down with cervous prostration and Mr MrCudahy
1 Cudahy wan little better He said to u uI uI
I first want the boy so he look the mat maUter matter
ter In his own hands and went out alone alonewith alonewith
with f Ike he money moneyyVonld moneyouid
yVonld ouid Nut ni Allow Police ta Act ActI ActI
I told him that we were at his service serviceand serviceand
and would do anything he wanted of u ubut us usbut
but he was so afraid that they might do dosomething dosomething
something to the boy that would Injure Injurehim injurehim
him It certainly does seem strange that thata
a man especially a business roan like likeCudahy likeCudahy
Cudahy should go out and drop i2OO 23000 fry bya
a lantern in the country not knowing knowingho
who ho should get U and all on account of an anunsigned anunsigned
unsigned letter but that Is most assured assuredly
ly what he did In his frame of mind I Ibelieve Ibelievo
believe that If the men had demanded 30 O
000 he would have carried It out as quick quickly quick1g ¬
ly I did not like to have hm go out for forIf forif
If Mr Cudahy went out there with 33C 33Cor 50W
or any sum of money at all the kidnap kidnappers
pers might not have even taken the trou trouble troutile ¬
tile to put up a lantern but held him up upon upon
on the road and again after leaving the themoney themoney
money they might have written another anotherletter
letter demanding 325000 more to be left leftsomewhere leftsomewhere
somewhere north of Florence FlorenceThis FlorenceThis
This Is the first case of the kind we wehave
have ever had here but that Is what has hasbeen
been done in other cities citiesNoy citiesNw
Noy I can say that no effort will ba balost belost
lost to bring the abductors to justice This ThisIs ThisIs
Is for the benefit of the public and to pre prevent provent ¬
vent a repetition of this most dangerous dangerouscrime dangerouscrime
crime Mr Cudahy evinces but little de desire desire ¬
sire to prosecute the case but he prom promises promices ¬
ices to do whatever we want him to do In Intho inthe
the matter He has offered no reward rewardand rewardand
and I think is spending no money In the thecase thecase
case He is the best satisfied man I ever eversaw eversaw
saw now that he has his boy again againWe againWe
We are trying this afternoon to locate locatethe locatethe
the house In which the boy was kept I Ithink Ithink
think from the story that it is between betweenRusers betweenRusers
Rusers Park and Sarpy Mills west of ofSouth ofSouth
South Omaha We suspect certain parties partiesof partiesof
of doing the Job but do not wish any anything anything ¬
thing further published at this time along alongthis alongthis
this line lineLate lineLate
Late tonight Mr Cudahy announced announcedhe
he would pay 2000 OOO reward for the ap apprehension apprehension ¬
prehension of the abductors of his son sonooo
5000 ooo for one and fl5 15000 for two of them themCLEWS themCLEWS
Omaha Police thieOarn HU Men Are on onthe eu eutiit
the Klcbt Trail TrailOmaha TrailOmaha
Omaha Xebr Dec22 DecThere There were no nodevelopments nodevelopments
developments of interest today in the thekidnapping thekidnapping
kidnapping case of Edward Cudahy jr jrwho Jrwho
who wag carried away Tuesday night and andheld andheld
held for 23000 23OO ransom The discovery of ofthe ofthe
the house in which the young man was wasimprisoned wasimprisned
imprisoned however has also led to other otherclews otherviews
clews which promise something more defi definite dciinite ¬
nite In the near future From those living livingin livingin
in the vicinity of the building the police policehave po1ichave
have secured a good description of the themembers themembers
members of the gang and their method of ofoperating ofoperating
operating the time they left the city lty and andthe andthe
the direction they took tookMr tookMr
Mr Cudahy Is taking personal account accountof
of all that Is being done and watching watchlnskeenly watchingkeenly
keenly tho developments He will not nottalk nottalk
talk of the matter however beyond stat stating stating ¬
ing his belief that the police have the mat matter mattee ¬
tee well In hand and will soon effect the thocapture thecapture
capture of some or all of the gang gangChief gangChef
Chief of Police Donahue refused today todayto todayto
to say anything about the Cudahy case casefurther casefurther
further than that the discovery of the thehouse thehouse
house where the boy is alleged to have havebeen havebeen
been confined is the first link in the chain chainwhich chainwhich
which will soon lead to the capture of the theabductors theabductors
abductors abductorsWe abductorsWe
We are bound to get them In a short shorttime shorttme
time he said but to say what method methodwill methodwill
will be pursued or what steps we are now nowtaking nowtaking
taking would be to embarrass the depart department departmeat ¬
meat We have had too much newspaper newspaperpublicity newspaperpublicity
publicity altogether It Is true we havu havuseveral havuseveral
several clews which we think are of great greatImportance greatimportance
Importance and their discovery has in incited incited ¬
cited the officers detailed on the case to togreater togreater
greater vigor We think now that we are arenear arenear
near the end endMIDWINTER endNIDWITER
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the season While the blouse is a close closerival closerival
rival the little Jacket Is held peculiarly peculiarlysmart peculiarlysmart
smart and while long coats are worn wornthey wornthey
they are largely confined to carriage use useThe useThe
The chic model illustrated makes part of ofa ofa
a costume of Russian blue kid with trim trimming trimming ¬
ming of ranne in the same shade collar collarand collarand
and cuffs of Russian lace over white and andboth andboth
both It and the skirt are cut after the thelatest thelatest
latest mode As shown the Jacket is
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and can easily be made The fronts In Include inelude ¬
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side backs but no underarm gores The Thecollar Thecollar
collar rolls over to meet the rovers The Thesleeves Thesleeves
sleeves are fwoseamed and fit snugly snuglywithout snuglywithout
without being over tight They flare flareslightly flareslightly
slightly at the wrists where they fall fallbecomingly fallbecomingly
becomingly over the hands handsThe handsThe
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are allowed at the edges edgesof of the front and andback andback
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cated below which they fall free to In Intensify Intensify ¬
tensify the flare The straps are arranged arrangedas
as Indicated and stitched Into place The Theskirt Theskirt
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Show of Force Demanded to Protect ProtectAmerican ProtectAmerican
American Interests in Venezuela VenezuelaAdvices Venezuelaa VenezuelaAdvice
Advices from Cnrrfcns Report the Country CountryPlanecil CountryPluuigeul
Planecil Into Civil Unr by Annul Annulling tannihag ¬
ling of Asphalt Concession to toBenefit toBenefit
Benefit Rival Company CompniirNew CompanyNew
New York Dec 19 19A A second cable cablegram cablegram ¬
gram additional to that which came yes yesterday yestenday ¬
terday was received this afternoon by
Vice President A D Andrews of the theNational theNational
National Asphalt Company concerning concerningthe concerningthe
the revolution which has broken out in inVenezuela iiiVenezuela
Venezuela This second cablegram asserts assertsthat asserbmthat
that the situation is extremely desperate desperateas
as regards Americans and their property
in the South American republic republicThe republicThe
The message which was tent by a rep representative reprcsentative ¬
resentative of the National Asphalt Com Company Cornpuny ¬
puny which has extensive Interests in inVenezuela inVenezuela
Venezuela Is urgent in its appeal for 1m irnirmediate
mediate action by the United States for forthe forthe
the protection of Americans whose lives livesand livesand
and properties are imminently endan endangered endangored ¬
gored A general attack the cablegram cablegramsays cablegramsays
says Is being planned upon all American AmericanInterests Americaninterests
Interests In Venezuela and if succor in inthe inthe
the prompt dispatch of warships by the theUnited theUnited
United States government is not forth forthcoming forthcoming ¬
coming at once the results may prove provedisastrous provedisastrous
disastrous disastrousThe disastrousThe
The cablegram is dated from Caracas Caracasand Caracasanti
and goes on to say that the revolution revolutionhas revolutionhas
has been engendered by the fight between betweenthei betweenthbANational
thei thbANational National Asphalt Company and its itsrivals itsrivals
rivals for the possession of Bermudcse Bermudcseasphalt Berrnudcseasphalt
asphalt lake The lake is situated twenty twentymiles twentymiles
miles from the coast of Venezuela and andcontains andcontains
contains extensive and rich deposits of ofasphalt ofasphalt
asphalt It has been In the possession of ofthe ofthe
the National Asphalt Company or Its Itsconstituent itsconstituent
constituent company the New York and andEermudese andBermudese
Eermudese Company for over twelve twelveyears twelveyears
years yearsThe yearsThe
The companys concessions to operate operatethe operatethe
the lake were canceled by President PresidentCastro PresidentCastro
Castro and his council on December 11 11The 13The
The concession to operate the concession concessionknown concessionknown
known as La Fellcldad was then thenawarded thenawarded
awarded to a rival syndicate which whichcarries whichcarries
carries the alleged right to work a tract tractof tractof
of 1000 acres which comprises about two twothirds twothirds
thirds of the lake This tract the Na National National ¬
tional Asphalt Company claims as its ex exclusive oxclusive ¬
clusive property The head of the syndi syndicate syndicute ¬
cute which has acquired this property propertyunder propertyunder
under the title of La Fellcidad com comprises cornprises ¬
prises the following C JL ii Warner of ofSyracuro ofSyracure
Syracuro and P R Quinlan and P Sul Sullivan Sulliven ¬
liven of Philadelphia PhiladelphiaMr
Mr Warner was formerly president and andheaviest andheaviest
heaviest stockholder of the Colombia ColombiaConstruction ColombiaConstruction
Construction Company which was some sometime sometime
time ago acquired by the Asphalt Com Company Cornpany ¬
pany of America now owned by the Na National Nationat ¬
tional Asphalt Company Mr Warner ob obtained obtamed ¬
tamed his Venezuelan concession by pur purchase purchase ¬
chase the price it is said being NOOOO NOOOOThe 130O0 130O0The
The concession which was first granted grantedin
in 1E37 was appealed by the National As Asphalt Asplalt ¬
phalt Company and a decision rendered renderedin
in its favor This decision has been up upset upset ¬
set by President Castro and his council councilLa councilLa
La Fellcidad is said to be now worth worthtwenty worthtwenty
twenty times Its alleged purchase price of ofJWOOO ofio00o
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Vice President Andrews Said this after afternoon afternoon ¬
noon that he believed the situation to be bedesperate bedesperate
desperate not only as far as the lnter interests sts stsof
of 0 his company were Involved but re regarding reganding ¬
garding the interests and properties of all allAmericans allAmericans
Americans in Venezuela He said that he hebelieved hebelIeved
believed that the present revolution was wasas wasas
as much generated by the overturning of ofprecedents ofprecedents
precedents by President Castro and his hiscouncil hiscouncil
council as the Internal state of diseatis diseatisfaction dissatisfaction
faction that has been rife In Venezuela Venezuelafor Venezuelafor
for some time timeMr timeMr
Mr Andrews said that the National As Asphalt Asphalt ¬
phalt Company intended making every ef effort effort ¬
fort to secure the dispatch of war vessels vesselsto vesselsto
to Venezuela VenezuelaThe VenezuelaThe
The State Department has been commu communicated commuabated ¬
abated with in regard to the complica complications eomphications ¬
tions growing out of the cancellation by byPresident byPresident
President Castro of Venezuela of the theconcessions theconcessions
concessions to operate Bermudese Lake Lakeby Lakeby
by the National Asphalt Company and a acareful acareful
careful examination Is being made of the therepresentations therepresentations
representations submitted bearing on the thematter thematter
matter The matter however Is still In Inthe inthe
the inquiry stage and up to this time no nosteps nosteps
steps have been taken by the department departmentfurther departmentfurther
further than that indicated Should the thedevelopments thedevelopments
developments warrant It the matter may maybe maybe
be called to the attention of the Venezue Venezuelan VenezueIan ¬
lan officials so that If any wrong has been beendone beendone
done the company reparation may be bemade i imade
made Vice President A D Andrews was wasin wasin
in the city a few days ago presumably presumablyIn
In connection with the question at Issue IssueSenor issueSenor
Senor Pulido the Venezuelan charge chargehere chargehere
here was somewhat surprised to hear hearthat hearthat
that there was any revolution in his coun country country ¬
try IIe d does ° M not see be says y how a aflght afight
fight between two rival corporations need needprecipitate needprecipitate
precipitate any uprising of the people and anilfor andfor
for this reason discredits the report that a arevolution arevolution
revolution has broken out If the conces concession coaccadon ¬
sion don of a company has been canceled the thecomplainants thecomplainants
complainants he says have a right to toappeal toappeal
appeal to the Supreme Court for redress redressHis redressHis
His Information yesterday from the con consul conaul ¬
sul general of Venezuela at New York Yorkwas Yorkwas
was to the effect that there was no basis baslgfor basisfor
for reports that trouble existed In Vene Venezuela Venezuela ¬
From the Xev York Press PrtaaKLulfig PressKLnIag
KLulfig baLlef u probably like Ilk eating Mills Millsjou
jou bare to bo 1 brought vp to do It cot to ttla4 xnia4Ittre Jj JjThere
There are lots of eeeplefl yea see get married marriedwhere mintedwhere
where the wn ought to hare oa the oncge bios blossoms biossemi ¬
semi semiIt somsIf
If Kn hail ta e e er r the kind In4 of heels oa their theirshot theirshoes
shot shoes that the women woin do d they would all go to
tHUlsess t barefooted barefootedii > srrfeotedIt
It Is probable that worry will giro iii a wenaa wenaawrisklM wema wemawrialei
wrisklM mast at quitk u tar of the patent things thtngjtbe thingsshe
she puts oa her face faceDiogenes CiteDiogenes
Diogenes was the only man who was tier braw brawenough bmvenough
enough to kick when Us 14 wjfo cU cltiaed n 4 house and
ho vent out and lived la Las tt tub
Cleveland Gives the Causes of ofDemocratic ofDemocratic
Democratic Disaster DisasterBEOHGAMATION DisasterREORGANZATION
The exPresident Would Have Democracy OemocracrUCBUBOCC Democracylteauuuce
UCBUBOCC and Repudiate Free ssllrer nod nodOilier andOther
Oilier 1crollstie Doctrines and Return to toI toshe
she I lie Creed that Gave ave It itan na OTerrrlielniiaB OTerrrlielniiaBVictory OverwhelmIngVictory
Victory ia 1S92I1U Plan Yonld Be BeGive BeGive
Give the UauU ftaukandFlle and EUe a Chance8 Chance8Philadelphia ChftnceitPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Pa Dec ID 19Former Former Pros Prosdent
i dent Grover Cleveland contributes to tothiS
this weeks issue of the Saturday Evening EveningPost
1 Post of Philadelphia an extended article articleon
i on the plight of the Democracy and the theremedy
I remedy ilr Cleveland begins by review reviewi reviewing
i ins the history of the party and he din disI
I cusses its defeats since 1S6I in detail In Intaking Intaking
taking up the question of the present presentcondition presentcondition
condition of the Democracy he says that thatthe thatthe
the success of the party in 1892 1 was so sodecisive
decisive and overwhelming that a long longI longcontinuance
continuance of Its sugremacy was anticl anticlpated
I pated Then came the fallacy of of free freesilver freesilver
silver and Populism Mr Cleveland pro proceeds proceeds
ceeds as follows followsThe followsThe
The culmination of Democratic woe woewas woewas
was reached when its compact with these theseunDemocratic theseunDemocratic
unDemocratic forces was complete and andj andwhen
j when our rank and file were summoned to toj todo
j do battle under banners which bore boreatrange borestrange
strange symbols and were held aloft in un unfamiliar unfamiliar
familiar hands The result of such a be bei betroyal
i tryal was foredoomed This abandon abandonment abandonmeat
meat of the principles of true Democracy Democracythis Democracythis
this contemptuous disobedience of its tea trajditions teaditions
jditions ditions and this deliberate violation of ofths Ofthe
the law of its strength and vigor were by byi
i a decree as inexorable as that of fate fatefollowed fatefollowed
followed by the inevitable punishment of ofstunning ofstunning
stunning staggering defeat defeatSecond defeatcccond
Second Battle nit M False War rCrIei rCrIeiThe Crle CrleThe
The disaster of 1S72 invited by similar similarmad similarmad
mad adventure was quickly followed by bya bya
a return to the professions and practices practicesof
of sane Democracy But the extent and nndpersistency andpersistency
persistency of our wanderings in 182 1SD is isillustrated isillustrated
illustrated in a most astounding way by bythe bythe
the command issued on the day da of our ourrout ourrout
rout and discomfiture that a second bat battle battie ¬
tie should be fought on the same field fieldwith fieldwith
with the same false war cries and the thesame thename
same leadership that had brought us to tothe tothe
the surrounding gloom of defeat defeatAgain defeatAgain
Again he says saysThus saysThus
Thus in 1900 the lesson of 1S9S was con contemptuously contemptuously ¬
temptuously rejected and every hope of ofDemocratic ofDemocratic
Democratic success was wilfully cast castaside cantaside
aside Again our longsuffering rank and andfile andfile
file whose loyalty and obedience descry deserved descryed ¬
ed better things were sacrificed in a acause acause
cause theirs only in name and again it itwas itwas
was demonstrated but more clearly than thanever thanever
ever before that the only forces that can canwin canwin
win Democratic success are adherence to torecognized torecognized
recognized Democratic principles and re reliance reliance ¬
liance upon Democratic councils and lead leadership leadership ¬
ership ershipWhy ershipWhy
Why should we w not return to these theseand theseand
and In their name again achieve victories victoriesno
no less glorious and renowned than were wereours wereours
ours in the days of courageous advocacy advocacyof
of our timehonored faith Are our prin principles principles ¬
ciples so shopworn or antiquated as to torequire torequire
require renovation or their displacement displacementj
j by others more fashionable There is isI isnot
I not an honest Democrat in this broad broadi broadland
i land that will concede these things nor is isthere isthere
there one who would not hall the procla proclamation proclamation ¬
mation of the old faith with that fighting fightingenthusiasm fightingenthusiasm
enthusiasm that foretokens Democratic Democratictriumph Democratictriumph
triumph triumphApplying triumphApplying
Applying Old Creed lo New Condition ConditionAs ConditionAs
As new conditions arise our principles principlesmust principlesrnut
must be applied to them but in the creed creedthat creedthat
that has guided us through a century of ofparty ofparty
party existence we shall find the key to toevery toevery
every such application nor shall we need needthe needthe
the lexicon of Populism to aid us In in interpreting interpreting ¬
terpreting this creed creedMr creedMe
Mr Cleveland touches In turn on free freesilver freesIlver
silver and the Federal courts and be believes believes ¬
lieves that true Democrats are against againstcondemning againstcondemning
condemning the general government for forprotecting forprotecting
protecting itself in the exercise of its itsfunctions itsfunctions
functions against violent obstruction obstructionwithin obstructionwIthin
within a State StateFurther StateFurther
Further on he declares declaresI
I believe no Democrat will have the thehardihood thehardihood
hardihood to deny that we have fought foughtour foughtour
our last two campaigns in alliance with withunDemocratic withunDemocratic
unDemocratic forces and that this al alliance iiihiance ¬
liance was immensely costly in defeat Is Isthere Isthere
there not good reason to suppose that thateven thateven
even in success such an alliance would wouldhave wouldhave
have proved unprofitable and dangerous dangerousHe
He preaches the return of Democracy
to its old faith saying
Sincere Democrats of every condition conditionand conditionand
and in every part of the land realize that
the situation of the party needs repair
Reorganization is not necessary but a re ¬
turn from our wandering Is absolutely
essential Let us be frank with ourselves ourselvesand ourselvesand
and candidly acknowledge the futility of ofattempting ofattempting
attempting to gain Democratic victories victoriesexcept victoriesexcept
except in the Democratic cause and
through Democratic methods methodsFutility methodsFutility
Futility of Heorennlzntlon HeorennlzntlonReorganization lteorgnniziuuionReorganization
Reorganization is worse than useless uselessand uselessand
and the arrogation of superior party
Virtue will breed only mischief This is a atime atime
time for sober thought tolerant language languageand languageand
and fraternal counsels We are dealing dealingwith dealingwith
with the condition of a party that cannot
be destroyed by external foes and since sinceits sinceits
its ruin can be wrought only from with within within ¬
in it should be Imperishable Above all allthings allthings
things there should be a manly renuncia renunciation renunclation ¬
tion and avoidance of undue sectional sectionalcontrol sectionalcontrol
control Democracy will not operate effi efficiently emciently ¬
ciently on sectional lines linesThere linesThere
There Is much for us to do and the
future is full of Democratic duty and op opportunlty opportunity
portunlty Our fighting forces will re respond respond ¬
spond listlessly and falteringly if sum summoned suminoned ¬
moned to a third defeat In a strange strangecause strangecause
cause but if they hear the rallying call callof callof
of true Democracy they will gather for or
battle with oldtime Democratic enthus ¬
iasm and courage courageIf
If I should attempt to epitomize whet
I have written by suggesting a plan for
the rehabilitation and restoration of true
Democracy I should embody It In these thesewords thesewords
words Give the rank and file a chance chancePresident chancePresident
President Clevelands utterances about
the future of Democracy have struck strucksympathetic strucksympathetic
sympathetic chords among some promi prominent promineat ¬
neat Democrats in Congress who are not notquite notquite
quite ready yet to declare themselves tbemsalvespublicly themselvespublicly
publicly In fact there has been some somechagrin somechagrin
chagrin that Mr Cleveland should have havesounded havesounded
sounded a note that certain House D Demo Democrats xno xnocrats
crats who have been training with the theregular theregular
regular free silver faction of the party
intended to sound themselves themselvesThis themselvesThis
This much is i certain as far as most of
the minority leaders at the Capitol are areconcerned areconcerned
concerned They hope for a full and com complete cornplete ¬
plete reconciliation between the two fac factions tao taotons ¬
tons before another campaign is on They Theyrecognize Theyrecognize
recognize the full force of all that Mr MrCleveland MrCleveland
Cleveland says One of the leading Dem Democrats Dernocrate ¬
ocrats in the House Is even now prepar preparing preparlag ¬
lag a speech which he will deliver a asoon asoon
soon as the proper occasion comes em emphasizing emphasizing ¬
phasizing the desire for harmony and for forgetting forgetting
getting together on new lines and shak shaking shaking ¬
ing loose from the Popullxtlc associations assooiatlonsof i iof
of the past four years yearsVery yearsVery
Very naturally the Bryan Democrat Democratwho Democratswho
who call themselves regular desire that thatthis thatthis
this shall be done with aa little sacrifice aacrlflceof
of dignity to themselves and with as UtIle Uttlecredit UtIlecredit
credit to the other wing of the party a apossible as aspossible
possible It is felt that there U no call callfor callfor
for unseemly haste in the matter aa the thenext thenext
next Important campaign la two years off offbut offbut
but the amalgamation will undoubtedly undoubtedlyproceed undoubtedlyproceed
proceed gradually and with the full an anproval approvai
proval of both aide aideThe sidtThe
The feature of the situation Is that
the Bryan men want harmony and unity
Just as much ax the Cleveland men and
from this time on are likely to work Ju juz1 t
as earnestly for a regenerated party Mr
Bryans late lieutenant will shape chap their
utterances to that end and the rank and a
file are likely likelyto to follow them themlrrel themirreluibie
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New York pea 200 2 2Marrow 2i 2iMarrow
Marrow 2 10 2 Co
Virginia white i u e j JQ
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Lima beans per pound 6 7
Equuh EquuhWalte Equaahhalt
Walte halt per crate 75 j w wGREEN 03GREEN
GREEN FRUITS AND aura NUTaQuinces auraQuincee
Quinces per barrel i 50 2 CO COChestnut 50Chestnuts
Chestnut per it pound pouadSainut j jWalnut
Walnut kernels p per r pound 13 1 1Apples 14
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Fair per barrel 1 CO 00New I A ANew
New per perbcz perbczCommon box 40 40Common
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Oraneez OraneezNareU OrangetNavels
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Seedling per box j 7 7Peaches 2 to toPeaches
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Faoey per carrier oo a
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liatcker per c cit citCannes t 3 M 4 M MCecsmen
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by the news whh was telesis Lpp a
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flraed reports of a heavy flow Lasi HI I tm tmyesterday ie e eyesterday
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wkeat Argentine n news s WM CMtJIettac a
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tween twee 7J 7 34fl 7J7S 75 and TJ I 14 awi riowt riowtthagJ I
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cars nine 0th ef eontrat pad giade giadeOats
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W 1222 M and 1M71J 1217 12 aid eloood Meh whotj a < lt
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627 671MI 14R530 M and 6S7 12 with th the close wrhamf wrhamfat eaheeiat
at 527 27 M MEstimated 12Estimated
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corn 610 oats W begs M UiSO head headNEW beadNEW
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New York Stock Exchange Correspond Correspondenti Correspocats
cats Messrs Ladenburg Thalnmn Co
New York
Open High Low Clew
January 96 964 964 M 9 sq l > n
March 941 947 04 04May 4J I u uMay
May 936 LIt 914 9 14 9 Ji JiNew 3 3New
New York Dec M 23The Tbo cotton market epen epenSen ptn j jfirm
firm with price unchanged to five p imi hibr hibrand blgbrand
and though quiet much of the tine coDUatKd is isforge i iforge
forge slowly upward after the call oa per ercic erciccovering l Unt Untcovering
covering by room and foreign shorts made urn iliacult urncult
cult by meager offerings Small receipt at ial ialrior t tnor
rior nor town and the part together with btitor els elsIng cielog
log Liverpool cables than expected did miKH ta a aclde 4dde
clde wavering belters IB favor of Uanding Sty
by the bull side over the holldi heli47 a4Jowrns a4JowrnsNew dl Nm oit oitNew
New Orleans aid Wall street bought lb ub MJIT MJITand ae aeand
and May contracts throughout the early aqet aqetTime
The feature of forenoon fluctuations was a lru
bulge in December That option opened at at8v Ii IiSvs
Svs 8v points aboe last night nights el close M sad M t c
jumped tea points additional and held at lila
during the fore of the
pan seooloa Private Wins Winsstate wr wrstate
state that Southern market
spot were Hrwr is isgood cigood
good demand from shippers and advanced buu bid
from New England spinners Late la I the u ae aetog 61
tog realizing sot In and carried prices dews dtnBharply dewssharply
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Tho Tb market closed uteady with prleoo pri n net f thrw thrwpoints th thpoints
points Usher to Sheen points lower RoilmsM RoilmsMreceipts Yjft Yjftreceipts
receipts at the ports Today ROM bales ml aiae
4SSJ9 actual last week and 27310 actual I K rear
For the week 249000 bales bale against 2C 50 > a titail sei
last week and 171448 actual last
year T Tea Teareceipt J M Mreceipts
receipts at New Orleans were 141K bales MSISK suisa
12SU U hat t year and bugles 112 112w bftlw hal iftlatt
59S last ye year ir
New York Dec 22FLOVflfleeeiite iFLODIln eelHi 1TW 1TWbarrels 1150barrels
barrels exports 11015 barrels neglected aid aidInal aes aestoil
toil winter patents 30063W winter Mralakn Mralakn34063K
34063K winter extra 2Wg 255gtW M winter to togrades 1wgrades
grades 2 245gt60 < S260 Minnesota palest JWgl JWglMinnesota l83i5Minnesota
Minnesota bakers 30C632S 30C632SIIYE 30C357RYE
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receipts at UraillUn ports as4 IsttMior IsttMiorSentiment ii tr trLintiment
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market was finally tire at a net 4aao < of ofpolaU etpoints
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niahmond Va DC I Ithis ri rithis
this evening that ts z zJag a ajnjr
Jag at Richmond Richmondmorning Richmondmorning
morning W R Owen Owenand Ottzand <
and James Drake h hIn I IIn
In the absence of Pr PrB I Ia
B a member of the fa fabarsh f fharsh
harsh stop hd been lx lxpresident c cpresident
president had made rn rntion a t tlion
lion but had nut n yet z 1 1lore i ifore
lore the faculty facultyYoung facultyYoung
Young Owen Is a r n c COwen I IOwen
Owen of Portamoul Portntn Portntnthio r rtho
tho college Owen ri riruarnbers I Imembers
members of the adiar r L Ldent i ident
dent Boatwright livs I i iii r I Ito
to ii spend the holilr holilrprofessors h hprofessors
professors said ho t tolder r rolder
older boys wanted to t tbefore I Ibefore
before going homo f r rthey
5 they tile had it out of H Hwiled I Ithlcd >
wiled Rata Mont cf cfpono f
r pono home but it Is I II L i i igallon
I gallon will b be marie vsL v voleflS r roien
oien oleflS and there miy in v l las Ias
as tho faculty had I Iorders iorders
orders against hizr7 hi hiof i ij
j ropo of the college bell bellOne L 1 1s
s One of Rats TrK TrKi li liThe
i The hazing seem f t tusual > v vi <
i usual form of coIrg coIrgstudents colt > I Istudents
students when scon 50 a t tI tIainoneofthir
I Iainoneofthir IainoneofthirThursday am one of tho rr I It
Thursday night aM aMa i o oI >
t I a lot of masked stu sti stiwho r i iwho
who commanded m urLiberty o r rLiberty
Liberty I got ot f ft 7 tw twThen t tThen >
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they gave me a ool o I IAnother > r rAnothor
Another student fr frsold rj rjr rjonid r
sold that he was t ia i < T c ca
a lot of student and rrv rrvhead r rhead
head and count n Iiur I r rwan t twas
was also one of th t tresolutelooking E Eresolutelooking
resolutelooking youth lth lthlog v vIng >
log across th timafternoon now nowafternoon
afternoon said that h 1 1under r runder
under his he bend d but dzl J t t toujL
oujL of hl ilia bed wliilo toI r I Imade i imade
made him give th tbtreated m a atreated
treated very rougliy miIgh a astatement 1 1statonient
statement One of thorJ tl tlhave i
have gone about ilr tL Or Orthe t tthe >
the boys a atheir and firiug u utheir
their faces facesIleiilli facesileiiis
Ileiilli of Prominent I IMr iA iAMr
Mr Edgar Malcolm Malrrnslaperinteusilent G Gmiperlntetulent
miperlntetulent of jiuL i imood J Jntonti
mood and for fourtf curt rti n nMoore 5
Moore School d Ii j 1 tlj tljHomo ti tiHome
Homo for or Incurable c c cS v vbeen
S been an inmate for f fGarnett f i iOarnett
Oarnett wa was a typl al ilof i iof
of the old school wa3 is ur urand i iand
and had reached thn ti tieighty i j jolnhty
eighty years II vii is i > n nCounty jiCounty
County Va and was wa wathe r i ithe
the famous family of ofAfter irr irrAfter
After growing to manh mar marplanter I Iplantnr
planter In Florida and U irr irror rr rrfor
for or many yearn a clerk In Inthe i ithe
the Court of Claims In Vva a athe u utho
the breaking out of tin th war warcnrne w wcame
came to Richmond and wan wa R Rduring pduring
during the conflict After tJ tJvoted t tvoted
voted a number of years tra 1 tof 3 3of
of pensions pensionsIn
In U82 l he was madn maditho r rtho
tho public schools of II I Ifled Tr Trfled
fled Marr March h 3 182 and it erflee r rflee
flee In July 1S36 Mr Ci Cimade i imade
made principal of thn m mposition c cposition >
position he hold urni t tslon talon >
slon last Juno Tuo C C Cwidow 1 1widow
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