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VAN SANT CONFERENCE
l
Governors Meet to Plan Anti
railway Trust War.
KO STATEMENT UNTIL THE OLOSE
Minnesota*» Eircatlve KlectedC'lmlr
man mid Attorney (ieiheral Martin
of Idaho Secretary—The Meet Inn; I»
Well Attended.
Helena, Mon., Dee. 31— No action '
\ wna taken at the meeting of tin* gov
I eroots and attorneys general of tlie
| northwestern states, called to considei
' plans for opposing the proposed consol- !
■ Idation of the Northern Pacific, Great
■ Northern and Burlington railway sys
E teins. From the discussion at these
I meetings, However, It Is considered
1 probable that the plan of Governor
a Van Sant of Minnesota will be Indorsed
I by the executives of other states who
k are present and that the fight against
j the railroad consolidation will be car
ried to a tlulsli. What this plan is Gov
• ernor Van Sunk refuses to state until
L. the meeting today shall have taken ac
f tlou.
The meetings were held in Governot
Toole's private office ami behind closed
k doors. There were present besides < 5ov
I ernor Toole and Attorney General Don
I ovun of Montana, Governor Van Said
I and Attorney General Douglas of Min
I nesola, Governor Herrlcd and Attorney
1 General Pyle of South Dakota, Govern
K or Hunt and Attorney General Martin
■ of Idaho 11ml Attorney General Strut
ft ton of Washington, Governor McBride
■ of that state not being able to he pres
Kj cut on account of the death of the lute
8 Governor Rogers.
tiov.rnur While Not Preaent.
Governor White of North Dakota was
Blau expected to attend the conference,
and, in fact, lie telegraphed to Govern
1 or Yiiu Sant that he would be present.
In a later telegram, however, he stated
: that it was Impossible for him 'to at
[ tend the meetings.
f The meeting was organized liy the
election of Governor Van Sant as chair- —
and the effect he believed it would j
"I wish the press would stnte for
► rue," suld Governor Van Sant, "that 1
will not make any statement on this
matter until Ihe conclusion of the con
ference. I have received a score of tel
1 egrnms asking me for statements in re
gard to my proposed action, but until
this meeting shall be over I
talk."
The visiting governors and attorneys I
general were entertained aj dinner last
; evening at Governor Toole's residence j
ami luter were guestH of the Montana!
1 club.
t man and Attorney General .Martin of
I Idaho us secretary. Governor Van Hoot
I made u brief speech in regard to the
f objects of the meeting, giving a history
L of the proposed railway consolidation I
have on the states affected.
III not!
Injiiiiclioii AKuinnt Merger.
Minneapolis, Minn., Dec. ffl.-^ludge
l Elliott of the district court of Hcnne
. pin county has granted a temporary
[ r lei ; n ' s,rHin * n ^ °Üicers of the
I Northern Pacific Railroad company
I from retiring the preferred stock of
I that company. r i he order was issued
'JJ 1 1 u * application of Peter Power of
New \ork, who bolds 100 shares of the
common stock and who came on from I
fKew York with his attorney for the
^purpose of beginning action. It is in
perred, although It does not so appear,
Bliut the pronent action is brought in bo- i
lihulf of the HaiTlinan interest to pre-1
pent control pasailtg ont of its IihiiiIn;
for another year or until the legal
atanillng of the Northern Securities '
I
. j
Trenton, N. J., Dec.' 31—Two impôt
tain conferences of state Republicans !
■were held yesterday afternoon. The
subject most under consideration was
the vacancy In the state treasurcrsliip ;
j caused by the death of George li.
I Swain.
!
company Is settled.
.foliiiMon New Jernpy
Trenn
Renate e iused b • tl < '
death of Senator Sewell was discussed
.-i ..
ferenee that he lmd'effered the^ip
imlnfin.ii.i ' I
Assistant Piistniasler Gib'eral Johnsim
and that at Ihe conference Mr. Johnson
was earnestly urged to accept the..

;
Incidentally tbe vacancy in
the United States
Sin
Kltifll <Olli«*l'!(
Flooded.
I ta I u which
•ontlnuously for forty-eight
I hours flooded n number of
Irin tills r
Shntnokln, l'it„ Dee. 31.
Tell almost
'ollicrios
i<>n. Water rose s$» high in
. the Henry Flay shaft that all tin* mules
[were hoisted to the surface and the
jeratlons closed down for an indefinite
[period. One tln>usaiul
>l>
mployees were
The plant Is owned by
the Philadelphia and Reading Coal and
Iron company.
irendeivd Idle.
i
IlMMioiiitry ii ii «1 Ci
I vertu MnMHnereil.
k London, Dec. 31.— The Shanghai cor
respondent of The Daily Express ea !
Btes that a missionary nnd a number of
Khristlan converts have been massa
1 al „ ^•"Krtuifu, Kansu province,
fco at " nCe iUnn , a ,'. U Tung
r" 1 , Sia "K are , resblmg. The eorre
»pondent says it is asserted that the
kroops of General Tung Fnh Slang are
f esponsible for the massacre. |
i
;r Will II«« Manila^ Fire Filler.
KLIÜÎ'Â L v C \, 8 ?- Mp * H y, h
f e '^ Yolk lias accepted tin*
tZ fire <,f
Man,la ' 11 ls !
prposed to reorganize the Manila fire
fighting service on modern American
Bnes, and Mr. Bonner was selected be
cause of his fine record in New York
tty.
... .
p liurffinm Carry oit a Safe.
f Morristown, N. J„ Dee. 31—Three
men committed a daring burglary at
the DenviUe hotel, in Morris county,
six miles from here, in tlie early morn
Ing. They carried off In a wagon a safe
twelgliing 1,500 pounds, but had to leave
jit in a field unopened in order to es
cape. The hotel is run by William N.
Kal>,) '
Yerli,. Bnr. tuiitti.r t.i..
London, Dee. 31— It is rumored' here
'that Charles T. YerkCs lias bought the
Uncompleted Baker Street- Waterloo
Tube railway for £250.000.
Taft at MiiKHNukl.
Washington. Dec. 31-The war de-!
1rt1ne.1t Is informed that the transport
rant has arrived at Nagasaki .... her
ay to San Francisco. Governor Taft
a passenger on tills vessel.
CRUISER SENT TO CARACAS
Her ninny to Coerce Casti
Incarrlng Oar Ki
Without
iMy.
Berlin, Dee. 31.—The smnll Gerinn.,
cruiser Gazelle has been ordered to
sail Immediately from Kiel to Venezu
elan waters. The government Intends
to send one or two other small war
-hips to rc-enforce the present German
squadron In the Caribbean sen. The
additions to Germany's naval force In
the Curlbhenn will not be sufficient to
j ive rise to suspicions among the peo
ple of the United States that Germany
' '»éditâtes anything beyond the eollec
*' on °** chiinis due German subjects.
* ie German government desires be
anything else In tills matter to
! avol< ' disturbing llie government or the
people of the United States.
The German newspapers are full of
expressions of this kind, and many of
these expressions are so much alike
that It Is easy to Infer their utterance
was suggested by the government. A
remarkable thing Is the fact that there
,
\i.ml the Lnited Mates in any of this
newspaper comment,
Even the dispatch from Washington
to a New York newspaper to the ef
feet that persons of Importance In the
war and navy departments consider
™ Germany and the United
Slates to be inevitable has been repro
lured everywhere throughout Germa
uv. It Is discussed coolly and for the
most part treated with Incredulity.
May Have to l.eavc Venezuela.
CiirticiiH, Venezuela, Doc. Bl.—The
government lia« «ont a request to Ber
lin that IIerr Knoop, ntfnagcr of the
Gorman railway, bo discharged. The
Ollieial Gazette contains a resolution
of the government setting forth that
Herr Knoop is unlit any longer to deal
with the government, as he is an ac
— New York, Dec. 31—Another soldier
escaped from the guardhouse at Fort
Totten, Wlllots point, (picens, yester
day morning. Only a week ago Prl
Monfort of the Eighty-seventh
coast artillery, picked the
j lock of the guardhouse nnd escaped.
Yesterday morning about 2 o'clock
Linden of the Due Hundred and First
I
< omplip.p in the* present revolution and
must lu» discharged. The resolution
further says Herr Kuoop will probably
la* ox pH led from Venezuela. Truffle
over the Gorman railway continues to
be suspended.
A Soldier*» l>ml
I company.
a!»*
ouipany followed his example and suc
ceeded in getting away. Linden, after
gelling out of I lie guardhouse, was
eliiilleiiged by the sentry on post. He
attacked the sentrv and knocked him
town and then look away his gun. lie
retreated III the direction of the shore,
keeping the gun leveled at the sentry.
I
j
ministers'
'or Went Point.
Boston, Dee. 31.—The negro Baptist
conference of Boston and
vicinity adopted resolutions favoring
a national conference at Washington
with the Zion Baptist church on Feb.
22. the object of which is to ask Presi
dent Roosevelt 1o use his influence to
NtfKi
.^.j n,.gm boys into West Point, Annap
,,|j s a ,, 4 | stale agricultural colleges. It
j s further set: forth in the resolutions
that as the Institutions mentioned are'
supported out ef the common fund of!
n l( . pi M q»h* negro boys should bave all
n„. rights guaranteed under the const 1
I mtlon.
ecu I «Ml liy 11 h <•<*«!<
linn».
I.omUm. Dec. 31. The ('onstiintlnoph'
i eon'espomlent of Tbe Times says one
I'n ni
Mneedonlnn
w"
' them to forsake the patriarchate nml
Bulgarian exarchate.
I This persecution has recently become
j unemlurnbly cruel, and the orthodox
bishops In Macedonia apprehend re
! prisais and internecine warfare lie
tween the Macedonian Greeks aud Bui
garlans.
;
of activity on the* part of the
committee consists in per
ming the Greeks in order to compel
! submit t
Hi«* Weather Ilnrenu.
Washington, Dee. 31—The trouble
' I'l'efeaRor Willis L. Moore, the j
' " f ,1| '' ''"C""' " ,K ! f or !
liter Forecaster Dunn at New York lins
m,t " Bni "' th(! 1,, " nr having
I written a letter to Secretary Wilson
' l J i,k h | *' "".'-«es against Mr. Moore,
wen her |
s " , v " " f"»» *"=Agierlcnn
■ war and since hat time has made re-1
; pealed efforts lo be reinstated in the (
K, ' l ' v1l lk - I
War
s
l.arne IbHtnle For (Tnirlty.
PliilarfMphia, Dec. fil.—The will of
George \V. Farr. Jr., a prominent jew
I
1er, disposes of nu estate valued at
82.Vi.bii(i. a large portion of which is
charitable institutions. !
bequeathed t
most of them In this city. After all In- ]
dividual bequests are made tin* will de !
vises the residue of the estate to the
i board of publication and Sabbath ;
fork of the Presbyterian church
in the United States in trust. '
school
! Tie,I fp. I
Atlanta: Oa„ Dee. 31. - President I
Wlekerslmin hopes to have the Atlanta I
: ,,„1 West Point track in condition for !
traffic as far as West Point, Ga., today.
N „w Orleans and Texas points
being sent around by way of Bit
mlnehnm mil , Meridian, while Pensa
| coin, which is usually reached
i Montgomery, is being served through
•lacksonvilh*. The river at West Point
»"« 1KW... falling, and all danger is he
|j 0V ed to have passed. No trains have
l "' pn ™" "«•!• the East and West rail-1
! '-'a-! sli.ee Saturday,
The company's
trestle over F.towali river, near Car
lersville, Ga., is covered, and the track !
for four mile's lioyoml ls under water.
j
General Binon Yaniaguchi, who com
uuuuled the Japanese troops in (ffiina.
lias resigned the command of the Fifth
'Ivlslon of the Japanese army. The
-eneral's action was due to the fact
l hat public clmrgcs of looting had been
lirouglit against him.
Governor Odell on Mouday appointed
Nathan L. Miller of Cortland county ns
.-.»to comptroller to fill the vacancy
mused by the resignation of Erastus
('. Knight, of Buffalo. He also appoint-1
U °' D - B - Hasbrouck of Ulster coun
,y as a judge of the court of claims to
• ,,cceed John F - Parkhurst of Bath, re
j
BRIEF NEWS NOTES.
j
h !' nnl ; l ,' !1,e "' e11
- inl " «'j'» 1 *; Minneapolis died at
\j Annex in Chicago on
,
^ ' * fo Insurance.
it Is said tliat Mr. Peavy
Dance at New-Centnry Clnb.
There was a delightful dance at the
Vow Century Club last evening. The pa
•mhos of the dance we
du Pont, Mrs. Andrew G. Wilson. Mrs.
William N, Bannard, Mrs. Walter P.
Bush, Mrs. John Banning, Mrs. Francis
X. Buck, Mr. Charles D. Everett and
Mrs. Charles E. Kingston.
Mrs. Victor
i r
Returned from Washington.
I Touse Bergen nt Joseph Howgnte of the
police station, spent yesterday in Wash
ington. D. C. Sergeant Howgate has a
son in the Capital City wha is seriously
w„ a hi„»tnn via n.iHninm
lourN to Washington via Baltimore
and Ohio Railroad.
January 16 and 18, the Baltimore and
Ohio will run personally conducted tours
to Washington, leaving Wilmington,
Delaware avenu» station, at 12.56 p. m.
l*or the tour of .Tanuarv 16, the rate will
he til.00 including railroad fare, Irans
su«S ttÄSSÄS
j$ t tlie fare will be $15.00, including
railroad fare, transfers between station
and hotel and four and three-quarters
days' board at Washington. Tickets for
the above tours will be good for ten dayp,
jjud will perm«t stop-over at Baltimore.
^ KÄ
nre made for the complete accommoda
Hon Q f patrons, and an experienced
Tonring Agent sill accompany Ihe
parties, acting as a guide to all import
ant points of interest in Washington.
Fer copy of booklet containing full in
formation, write or applv to II. A.
Mdler, P. A . Delaware Avenue Station,
Wilmington. Del.
ill.
PERSONALLY CONDUCTED
LICENSE APPI.ICAT ION.
OTIt'K. — I, HARRY NEGER,
the tenant and oeeupant of the house
tod at the northwest corner of
Fourth and French streets, in the Fourth
ward of the city of Wilmington, county
of. New Uastlo and State of Delaware.
'it li the requirements of
the acts of the General Assembly, in
"lieh ease made and provided, do hereby
give notice that I shall apply in writing
to the Court of General Sessions of the
State of Delaware, in and for New (.'as
ile county, on Monday, the 3d day of
February, A. D. 1902. being the next
term of said court, for n license for said
house as an inn or tavern, for the sale
of intoxicating liquors in less
quantities than one quart, to bL'drunk
« »li the premises; and the following re
spectable citizens of said ward, at least
twelve of whom are substantial free
holders of said ward, recommend the
\
in eompliniioo
I here!
-aid application, viz:
Jesse Tyson.
Sorden Gillespie.
It. A. (.repp.
It. S. Vaneltin •
\V. If. Hart love.
James Hitched.
James T. Grubb,
Chari
Vetter.
Clarence IÏ. 11 "It. Abe Rachrack,
Hugh Hagan,
George Able.
William Altscntzcr, William Topkls,
Geo. IT. Greaves,
B. G. Goldstein,
Tims. F. Gormle.v.
M. J. Sharkey.
James F. I uinagan. A. J. O'Neill.
NicholasU.Goltlberg. Henry Braunstein.
HARRY NAGER.
M. Grady.
Mclchoir Sclilitter,
.1. 0. Susse. Jr.,
Tliomn* McHugh.
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ARE YOU
CRANKY
All out of sorts—have
you a coated tongue and bad
taste in mouth, especially in
the morning, sleep disturbed
and poor, constipated or bil-1
ious? be sure it's
Your Liver
j
! your liver was Working as it
should, yOU would feel happy
and bright; blit when yOUr
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tl i k } n tlleir proper
( * *
I manner, you simply can't feeJ
right.
that is making the trouble. If
liver and bowels refuse to do
I
Kight Your Liver With
Edgar's
Cathartic
Confections
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tie. Eduar ! S do mt gripe Or
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via^pain and are as pleasant to
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tfiJCC âS ca.liclyj âllu. JUSt clS
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harmless.
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Bad Blood
j is caused by tbe bowels becom
ing clogged, and the bile which
tbe liver throws off being ab
sorbed into tbe system. Dr.
Edgar's Cathartic Confections
"
open the bowels, help the liver
1 „
i throw the poisonous bile OUt,
, . , . . , ,
j RUd cure bad. blood and dlS
! ea<5eq call o Pf 1 hv bad blood
i eaSC callsecl DaQ
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IO, 25, 50 CCIltS
ou , T . , ,,
j ' a,K Recommended by
TJD T P RflTUNFUTM PlOTamt
{ bil. .0. U. ilUDlllljUll, IllCHUlabioL
j ioth>nd Market St?.,
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Ureal
Reduction Sale
Ann r. nn >L r aa i n i i
$ 30,000 worth of Mens, Boys and
ftL'u j ro iL 1 I ri .j r !
Childrens Clothing end Gents Fur -
j
nishing Goods to be Disposed of
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once to Close up the Business of
T. H. PENNOCK & CO.
_ à .. _ M _l . fV f \ à a
IJ PQ3 l# j J p Iable
^ W ■ MUJ J h^wwa Ommm G/ Ail I J
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and Every Day Until the Whole
Stock is Closed Out.
OF
Men's Suits. Boys' Overcoats.
Were #3.00 Now $1.50.
Were
Were
Were
Were $ 6 00 Now $3 75.
Were
Were
Were 12.00 Now 7 00.
4.00 Now 2 co.
5.00 Now 2.75.
7.00 Now 4 00.
8.00 Now 425.
9.00 Now 6.00.
Boys' Suits.
Men's Overcoats.
I
Were $ 6,oo Now $3 75. j
Were 8.00 Now 4.50.
Were 10.00 Now 6.25
Were 12.00 Now 7.25.
Wete 14 00 Now 9 00.
Were $2.00 Now $i.co.
Were
Were
Were
Were
3.00 Now 1.50.
4.00 Now 2 CO.
4.50 Now 2.75.
5.00 Now 3.00.
All Other Goods Reduced In Proportion.
SPECIAL BARGAINS
■Li Ottr
Custom Department Suits to Measure
$14.00 That Were $iS.oo.
$20.00 That Were $25.00 and $28.00.
This Sale is at THR OLD RELIABLE
j^oston p° r Z Qlothin^> J^jouse
213 MARKET STREET.
T. H. Pennock &, Co.
~
JOHN T. DICKEY.
Open Tuesday and Saturday Evenings.
ShortTalks On Advert»
By Charles Austin Bales.
I
No. 35.
There is no business or profession which advertising will not help. Some of
the professions have been very slow to recognize this, but gradually they are
coming to a realizing sense of the importance of publicity.
An eminent musical artist in Chicago
recently published a pamphlet advertis
ing himself. The opening paragraph
states the advertising case as he sees it:
" This is a quickly moving age ; the
sensation of to-day is forgotten to-mor
row ; competition is keen and everyone is
anxious to keep before the public by some
means or other ; the appetite of the
reader has been dulled, and to attract him
again either new facts have to be ab
duced or the old presented in different
form. What is the artist to do to keep
apace with the hurried throng who are
too busy to listen to his little song? He
must either be con- ,
S\
r
,)///<
tent with the ap
preciation of the
few, or to a degree
unite some com
l>Vi
*' This is a quickly moving agt. n
mercial clement with the exercise of his art.
It does not suffice that he considers himself
great ; he must succeed in impressing others
with that fact."
f/
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The
sen
last
tence tells I
the whole I
advertising "
story. A
man may rt
have the
very best store and the best stock in the world.
His prices may be among the lowest, but he will
not sell a dollar's worth unless he succeeds in
making people believe that he has and does these
things. The greater number of people who know
that a man is in business and what he sells, the
better his business will be. Advertising is the
quickest and best way to impart this information ;
newspaper advertising is the best kind of adver
tising, because it will carry the information to
people for less cost than any other kind
This is a fact which a lead pencil and a little
figuring will demonstrate beyond argument.
Copyright , Charles Austin Bates, Nczv York.
The appetite of the reader has been dulled.''
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Im:
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" It does not suffice that he considers
himself great. He m ust succeed
in impressing others with
that fact."
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Delmaryia Phone 537.
D. (i A. Long Dietance Phone 1201.
Stirlith Bros.,
Scrap Iron, Steel and Metals
2J3215-219 W. Front Street,
WILMINGTON, DEL
NOTICE.
WringerB and Carpet Sleep
ers repaired. Storage of Steves
and Mowers. Coal, Gasoline
and Oil Stoves. Mowers re
paired and stored, called for and
delivered.
:j. t. schweizer.
522 West Front Street. ZZ
FINANCIAL.
SECURITY TRUST AND SAFE
DEPOSIT COMPANY.
Wilmington. Drl.
519 Market St.,
CAPITAL (tnll paid) - - $500,000
SURPLUS
$ 200.000
i
Authorized to Act as
TRUSTEE EXECUTOR, ADMIN-!
ISTRATOR, GUARDIAN- AS
«GNEE, RECEIVER, REGIS
T „„ T "f.?"' <ÎE " T
! general trust business.
/«»»«in'crest 0 nDepo«iw
j Loans Money on Mortgages and
! Management of Real Estate and to
0^01600^11°^
Vaults, Makea ample provision in
its Store Room and Vaults lor the
Safe Keeping of Securities and Valu
Iable Packages placed in its custodv.
Keeps Wills Without Charge.
BENJAMIN NIELDS, President.
rSKSÄ
JOnNS KoHSELL Trust Officer.
STRAMBOAT IJNRS.
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STEAMERS CITY OF CHESTER OR
BRANDYWINE.
Schedule in Effect October 21st.
Steamers leave Fourth street wharf !
daily (Sunday ihclud, dj at 7.30,a.
and 1 p. in.
Leave Philadelphia,
m.
from Pier 8, j
north, above Aich street, at 10.15 a. m. \ !
and 4 p. in.
WILMINGTON, DELAWARE,
1C 'TI1IV rPct i»i arii' unat.a
IS THh BEST PLACE FOR HOME
Olt
-p. . " , . .
There IB no pafer investment than its
URAL ESTATE
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FIRE, in companies as good as any '
DANIEL W. TAYLOR,
410 Fquituhle Building
COL. JOHN WAINWRIGHT. !
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l.ate 98th Pa. Vols.
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EX PEKT PENSION AGENT
Office No. 3 West Seventh street, Wil
mington, Del. Widows* pensions secured
in from 4 to 90 days. Slow cases hurried
up. If you want a quick pension writ*
to me for papers and instructions
Spanish war pensions procured.
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Feb 5, 1901.
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