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   Hamilton Telegraph (Newspaper) - January 7, 1909, Hamilton, Ohio                                i f i t r C t v V T A r VV Jr 1814 TON TELEGRAPH STILL FRIGHTENS QUAKE SURVIVORS Shocksjtfminishlng id force Con tinue o be Felt at Messina OFFICIAL FIGURES PLACE THE DEAD IN SICILIAN CITY AT ABOUT 14000 Damage At Reggio Was Much Less Severe Only Central Section Of The Town Still Alive In The S Aid On The Way Asiociaied Tress TtltgraraJ MHSS1VA Jan shocks arc continuing here although ihey are diminishing in iiileiisity Fires iu the ciiy arc aho being gradually ex tifiguishcd Official figures compiled Ihus far show fourteen thousand bodies buried and that nine thousand re fugees left lhc ciiy and nine thousand persons slill remain here Al Heggio lhc number of persons kilted and the damage done lo pro lierlyis nincb less lhan ai Messina Only thecentralsection of llie cily was damaged The wounded there are placed ata ihcniaand rvfugees seicn ihoiijaiidThe immlier of dead in lhc nlins isnot known The city liVatJioilly cvacitaled exceptfor troops Xiuncrons persons still liv ipjr were laken today coiild be lieard ajipealiiij for nid Battleships Leave SUEZ Jan Ken llicfcy Loiiisiuna Virginia Missouri and Ohio entered ihe eaual ihis Yaukton Hastens Supplies Prtii Telcstiinj voitT SAID ju IUTIIC Yanktcm kit here this morning fo iiii incdi il npplic in I inns for aiiTKrcr ABANDON CONTEST figlit Against Slandaril Oil Co Continues MA HKIJATR CASKS W11J viouousiy Kllect of The Decision On Indian Custf Will Iii a Itctiiul of Tli Irtw Tlint KvTiiiiiuuil in jpjn IICKIOOO Ilni Absociated Press ttltgtim1 Jan state moni Is made today on authorii that nolnviOisiandiiig tio refusal o lhc 11 Supreme Conn to Krimi wril of cprtloiari in Hie ease of ih SWndaid Oil Company ypsteiilivylh DotKiitinent of Jnstlee will at one proceed with the trial of nuineroii olher tanas in dlffciont tlonv fltheiagiuitl the Stamlan Ihcman it Ilk Cicc along the 1 H inil D nilioul h been identified is I Pulton Cleveland August H lia lias been named ily CiovcrnoiA i Harris as police jndse of this city Jox uaii v claimed for the rumoc that Jcf frieswill light Jncli Johnson for SSOOOO purse Colambiis Nation AntiSaloon Ifagui wil ojien il ovii printiug oltlce in some Ohi towi very soon South T Talbot ha again been elected President of yuprtnife of Owls Cincinnatinhe icculvcrship o UieO H and D railroad by Jiulson Harmon ivjll probably end ti week Pen rose for the third lime has licei elected lo the U S seiule from thf stale ilttlc Roclc Don agheydocs not want lo be inaugur atfd on ciclher Friday or the 131 of Ihe month Puge ioiind Mills and nuibcr Co aus taJntd a losa by lire today Jnsiirmce JlaOOO CJnoliiiiatlU is 5aid thai A S WJille of the Coliinijus is and Electric Co with his associates now contrpl the Union Gas ihil Eloftrit Co of this ciiy of Charle Illownagainst Charles W Uakei ailmduistrator of estate of the lau Dwlght Kinney sr was compromise and sotlled yesterday president toda Rlgned bill pissed by congrcs yes for relief oT earthquakesuf fercrs reported here tint former president Castro of Vene zuela Is worse be tween the Mohammedans and Hin dus required the atlenlion of KriL Ish traps today Hinlon W K F V passenger train on Ihe C 0 Mln inlo open Kwiloh Engineer Thomas Edwards killed as wns also nremai Peter Trent botli of Hnnllnglon Jour cars were ditched Woman Wnnls a Home Captain Oangii of the Salvation Army today nnnonnred that he could provide a good home for sjmo respectable woman between the ages of 1C and 35 years Any desiring sncli a home can confer with Capl Gangli Kouts Sloro C C Fonts prominent lllddlc lown hardware man sold his busi In that tlty to J A Johnson of Cincinnati Air Fonts will remove lo Atlanta where he will become iden tified with the Dixie Culvert Metal company OH Company tor receiving or against railroads foj rhem to Ihn Standard involvljij ih same questions and vhlh have bcei illliif the aclion of Iho Supvsin Court on lluiippllcntlun for tli writ Mhc effect of thn refusal of tli Supreme Court to take and rovicv the Slandard Oil case on ccrtioiiti lato leave that case rcsllnfv on th jiulsment of tlic Circuit of Court o Apppala tnd the naturalresult vII bothai Ii will soback to tdic trla coiuf for a new irial in aocordanc with the mandate of Iha Circul Court of Appeals MOTHER OF 14 IS Mrs Wilhelmina LzWerman Passe 84 Mrs Inidcriiiniin lic al the home of her daiighter Mrs John Schneider of 52J Scv sireet al viiic oclock Ilii liornine of Kciicra dcbilily aged 8 years She wasborn in Gcrinauj1 October 39 and had resided ii cily inuny years She was 111 molhcr of fourteen children o whom nine arc living John Jacob aid Philip laiKlenuanii Mrs Cath irini Stlmeidir Mi Susum Mr Man K i on ind Mr Cir ic V in Stem o jh cilj Willnti 1 nukrniai n ot Conci m Inq Mrs Wilhelmina of Collinsvillc Ihc liuiLral ttill like pi ice fron llu house Thursday uvo oclock lie Rev C U Sine oHiciatiiiK Tli funeral wil be in Greenwood ccmc f te flowers IVicmls please omi YOUTHFUL DIP GOES TO WORKS Prison Sentence is Giveo Harr Gilbert MAX III ItOKKKU jiis 1MCAKHI A XI CHAJtoi TO UK CllANGKf HAD Accused of llratrojinJ Iropi Ilmiusi H n llioke Sutiiin Ayhci Hit Ilunitea lruin rtom Valuer Gilbfri aged IH tiic youns Phkpockct who juniptdfrom twi lnv i traction car lo escafn arretri and who was apturei In Jismiltoii ws fined 25 niu costs and was jjivcii 30 day in thi xvcrk iiousc in pnlKn coiirl toJiiy Ollhert was rf on n nharxe o eeny but on n cliiKt oTilpilrnc tion of property iie was originall triarscd with calinp 1G fron 11 man who cljtmcd lo bu Oeo Slng M nn tmployi of the Knistein Uis tilling Co of Cincinnati An cfffrt was made lo locate Singer al tin Clndnnatf shop but it round he WIK not known there Gilbert was Ihcn charged vitli tiostinclion of properly When h liiroush a window of tnc iaiu on which Singer wu roljbcdi ic canicU wltti him u portion of a window curtail The value of cuiain wra fixed at in iffidavlt Gilbert refused lo reveal 10 me Kent Kslofe Deeds for the transfer of veal i ile hnve been for record in be oflice of Ihc county reeordnf as ollows Ezra Erven lo Christcin Ijnmiel ot 2S2 Coke Otto Elizabeth A Shollenbarser to lary Uauer 32 sijuare roils Milfovd ownship C A Coodi lo lirnce Skeens lot 34and part of 735 Middletown 200 Murderer Visits Wifes Grave IMYTOV O Jan 5Murdcrcr arry Crooks was taken lo the cem cry today to sec his wifes grave c has been condemned to die in the cclric chair TREMBLING EARTH GOVERNMENT WONT ZEALOTS WILL TRY HAMILTON OHIO JANUARY 7 1909 VOL95 No 28 TO RELEASE BRODT FROM BIS FETTERS FEW CHANGES TO BE MADE AT THE BANKS Aoiuial lileciioDSWili Soon be Ry Hamilton Building Associaf Sensation Promised in Local Christian Missionary Assembly Circles Here IIOVT KXOW AlHAT IB HIT KOMKTHIXd IS OX Till WAV sojiuKind is KxjUflnl tit TinIittlc J Ifonvr on South H Street of liaMJIc ii TCI Ji Sonicthing of i sensation is ex pected to break In Ciiii elty within incce atid Comdays jf ru iiioiv juriIy are linine IAII by facts AViiPitoer ihif is to ho a niiiiilfcsia lion rf SOIMO divlnibciiig oc wliellj cr it will he confljjnd to Uie efiorls of a mundane object is not defin itely Itninvii but at any utu be Chiisthn AssemWy with liMdanartcrs on South B Strcclwill bo In the thickest of Ihe fray and will keep tilings aronixl Held Here TlKSJMV JIV i be YwUrilay II Iiiyijt one of the leaders in the movement In this city HMU KifliieoLl toiiiice yeaisvln the Ohio Scale IJculuntiary fnr non xnnpnrl of bis family i Brodt lias beeii actively eugagtol In the woik of tiie local MiTsioniir AUIancp aiid has steadfastly re mained in jail with his Hi tile un der his arm and witian making any spfttlal effort to his freedom He conducted icilsioiis service In Ihe county whenever it waK coiiienlent lo do so The sentence wis a rather stiff one anfi Brodt fellow mcmiieis of Ihe Christian JJank inn Trust Co and HvjblKou oi Jlonday Jmj u WliatTtmnjixs nrp The banks of UnbiUion are pro imilns lo elccl their directors for thoyiir 1909 und aiso 10 eleel olliecrs for lln sairio period of lime Miiie will bebuta very foiv elunsei In the list over last ytip jirobi Cio result K Ihe elfectioti Iirnt Xatloiiul Hunk Tbf Klisi Niitlonal Danlc win hold Hi minnil election on Tuesday Jui 12 Tiie fitton removes tiie picildeni of this inaitullou und alsij one of its liredors These vacancies will ho filled al the annyal meeting The lest of the election will doubtless tic is folkjns B D Wfton yresi tltiit c MeKintiey first vice mesldehl E G Hudf cjshier J M lictler Assistant casliier Peter M S f C McKlimey F lJttoii Second Xiilioiiiil Tito fpllowing list of ofllcsrs and directors will nodoubt be reeloctpd at the Second Xatiphal Bunk at the rnmiiil mcMiitgttihe hold Jin Cha HeiKcrinc4ldeut iio 1 Sohnscn vice president lohn1 1 llelser cashier O John K Heiscr Chas K iKeiscr Goo I Sahngen and Chas di Iliiimi iduik Xo iiianse5 are anticipated ut the Missionary Alliance are taking as kindly to It as one ivonld sunposc they woiivd1 Tiie seutcirel leader has Jienn exalted lo martyrdom o to siisak and rather tian have any c tuuo n in IIL Onio 1in ft him itcei ling 10 upoiu iiiieit in 11xmilion is not lhc most inlci otina plice iu Tie tin of Onio il is sud Hi 11 i iu idL win nei in pcrh ip in i r at t bifor UK selilencc ean lie tan cl on bu ng is us object tin releasing or Urodt The Al Ibiico is aliont Hi Is matter iu a very stDiilthly miiiner Iliey are noi jflviiiB ot any iimvcpaper staie nionls anil they arc not likelyto do just yet Nevcriiioless 11 Is relli Ijly understood that a plan is OH foot as its object Ihe rc leaso of Hiad i Jnsi what form theseplans will Like Is not at nil iiilain O Clinionlender of the lanviUon Hock was very tecre tive an nfelit when I In called him up ai bis home on Irytanla Arennc Ife promised teat Diiietliin would iie doinKvlKt in rfio urat few ius but thats as idenl iicnl Valley Naliowal Dank and tho fallowing wni probably be re elected Frank W WHIluiior presi dent 0 M HaUo vice picsident CI K cashier Juob Shollen V Whltakcv Samuel K liiflibs lien Stuns 1 M linden 0 M B1 L ml H 1 Urn dncc toS H million IHifu UniiU tolov ing 6fficcVn ml diiec tois i ill leelectirt it tht Him Hton D ma Sjiinjfs Jfiuid ut the dec iion lo be iel I Momlij fin n Geo f SoIingtii Clir ence Mnijiiiy vice jrtIieiit Wil Miim 1 Beskiir cashier Cluis De j tcnbreher j EiJuvArd C Sohugen A UutiiweM J A KcntaishJer C llupji H Frechlllng ClnruRce Murphy J U Ross J C lipinti C E HelECiand Cleo P HOIinsen directors Clclzvus Savinjr Hunk and Tmst Co Theic will heno changes at the election of officers at the Citizens Saving Hank and Trust Co to bo Henry far as iie inforinaljon wont Sppctal now htinif mectins il Kijd rcd at DIC Alliamc in litnalf of Leader held Monday Jan 11 The follow wiK be elected A Renisoiiler pros Ahiirew vice prcsr secured I XV secretary GA Sliile Gco BMinlage Henry J NT Huston C Brodt and special effora aro lieiu made to act some Divine Interfer ence in tiie case Whether Ihis is what is niftint Ahcn the tMles trivt some wiH ho doinj or iiQt Is nol 11 Harlkoff directors SUAItlKS UU KIAKIJ And i Vrum onntj I The county coinmlssioners iliMd the salary of City J U Connaughton iu Di11 OFFICERS CBOSEN ions Monday IOSIKIIOVS VKAIl IOH IXSTITfltOXH of mid OiuMialf IVr v Drtliimi lljn lf Ilii1 year Were ihcy Kfvoval of tlic locil bnll socbtlons hell Uioi mmunl ol last nltflit and s thehoillrcrs for the coining ilic Hamilton ij collations iiivfi in bcuev condition tlian tills year ami Uie RWIMI lo jho milillc show thcwe in slltuHoits to be In exrellenl oonili tlon il Jils Hie hfxniHnS r a new year HOJJH 10111 ini Assotu Hon The Home 10111 and Dulldiii Atsoeiition nul last and the foilnwlnj directors the f Jivvifio h Ilfilsei 1itiHHondor Niniioias Homier 0 V liiiiial William L Hnber John Klschrr William if Ifiiu Simon Render and Ieu X fariiph These directors will meet on Wednesday evening of Ibis week atid select Hie officers tor yvai Theold olliclain win be elfcted 0 j pii1jsu Is of ter In iillpincy fiir the A 512 ppicein diviileml wasde clarcJ this year Haiiicsctail iiiid Ixnn Co The Hamilvon Homestead Lonn Co al hs nniuial meeli Hfiht clciteil the serve for one ye f SohngrhCljicnee Konnpily Mililani J llneker A rcoHiwoll I Koss1 George Harlcrnaii Ceolliiilhjirdr and Conner fieoE lloldefer and I Soiiise The board of dlt at once organized by oilicers Vresideni Oeo 1 Sol Clarenco Iveiinedy vice jnes William 1 lieeker secretivv A Koimvell treasuver Harry Siohnseu succeeded the lite Pini Sohngeu aj i duo loi of hm AESO elation n paid i ioht dhidcnd this jeni1 Hii Centnl Building Voiriliv njfciu elated no John II Ou ttf am E Uo6l Ibliii iVecitinj Heiuy C and old and his iiprifjlu was an inspiralirii u n Lii in contact with him Therefore be it Resolved president William K Iloof virp Assocalon has lost proaldeiH e vnliicil and James Williams JL C lrtclvwood Ktjiy i jYiiton W WVlnneilie The following licers weru iUrted lohn H Uivls iSEVEN MAV BE FATAL HORSE Oricf is expected to cause ilriili of ii horse rwned by Charles laker The horse ii 31 yciri of axe A few days iis ma to 32 years old nud lhc otdeM horse in Rutter Couply fractured a hip and was ijc The had learned together for almost 27 years for Mr Ciath ami were mticli attached lo each other In ficl their iiills were lo catedside by side and it was iniposiilili o nmovi one mi les lhc oilier was allowed ID Ki also Since lhc older horse has been dead llic mnuani of ihe icain has been consumly sulking ami refuses to be eoui forld Mr Gaili liclicvcs ihe hiie will die from ricf INDICTED MONDAY Pitlsburg Oificers Accused of Taking Bribes FELT AT V M C A INSTITUTION LAMENTS DEATH OK MKSSKS KIT TON AND LONG Building Wil Be Draped In Mourn ing For 30 DaysResolutiona Adopted By The Directors Hireling ti the directors of the M C wls jn slrncted to drape front en trance of Hie buihtiiif for Jfl davs on Mconm if the death of D ihttni ridcil tint le stiiii attciid Tuesday afternoon of ilr ff board andIhe funeral of Mr Ioiij lie 1Mirsdny morning in a bridy The lollowiutresolutions were pulsed In Memoriarh W Fitlon whereas God in allwise Providence has seen remove iroin our midii rmr fellowdirector MrIV Jiitoii and Whereas in his labors in Asocia lirii work lie found an ipporliuiiy for the expression of his kiudly imcr cl in and carncM desire for moral uplift the yolllR of city and i in lhc dncln c of his prompt md checrfulh re 0 ill UK duties Ot pi i i member of tins 1oird ol f bccati to shun u v is of rU iml HVXHKJIS WKJii OUWIT J1V JUIIV A Hiincli of Visterdiiy rnftMs An lulls AViro iinsl Jlcii IBNX Jan RCVLn Conncllnnii accused of accept ing brlbtis and conspiring to secure bilbos and the two former bankers of jfivliifi bribes were In dicted yrBterday Trno bills were found as T 0 Atkinson Select Conncfl iiiiin tiibory uid acccptins hrlhes William Brand of Com mon Council ibrJlicry and aceeptlng bribes and conspiracy John F Klein bribciy iiJ an coming brtlci and conspiracy Joseph c Wassail bribery and ac Jnuob Soffcll bribery and accopl ac ac H Melancy briberyand if bribes bribery and liamsav former President cermairxiiiotial iiak offering id sivilisbrtbev A A Vilsricl foimor Cashier of the same batik offcilnc and glvln bribes All of the accused save bond triibt he ponded 1 ifnr Who res jnturt nndf Inm n Jcl companion ASKS flOVERNIHENT TO BUY PORTRAIT y DrJCainpbell of Oxford Has Famous Painting OFFERS CONGRESS A POR TRA1T OF WASHINGTON Work Is Said To Be One Of The Rarest And MostPrized Hibloricil Paintings In America iiiv i VlnneKse tary and Stacy II 1Vnron trtasur er Siank and Shiinli aitorneys Hide At tiie inceiing of the Hide Huildiiipand lniii last iiglit ilii following hoaict of diret lora ri for Chiji oda and o known and probably will not Lei L anl until the Allianoe seep fit to make I Dell of Mill sinumet whichit is Pr iierlnort will bo monthly for the prosecution oi state Wh on whichit is bo mada asked Cie tilt hiiustU and William rh iu cho Connly court nlloMinK lhc sentencing of UrodtI Clinton told Tho Republi canNews Ilia he wis crmiiiK out of tin court tullilnt lo some oru else when Piiipps hutted in on he convirsIon It is said that Clinton vis crying out the cases in ihe respective police courts A contract for Lhe repair of i superstructure at the Wilson Comp farm lowuship waa rallied to AVerhtI and White fo In company with Architect W Barkman ihoy also evamintd tin loilei rooms in the court house basement with n view to ccrtali changes and with Sheriff Graf made im ropapcr Iord Praistf the Lord iml HUM ot lWnS ivorkol up and he the Jail Wit lircatonc iotaale np ihe Icalcr of needed ie local religions sect Movements in Iho way of Mr Clinion also denied Hie C port now current in this city to the ffecl Ih il Ailiaiice would short ltKiMaluri Adjourns y remove from Hamilton We are h houses ins better than ever lie aid to RepublicanNews reporter and ho report wo are scins to cave this elty and break up the Al ano is an Mr CliiXon said Ihe name of the OKI society was now to known is the Christian Missionary Asscm instonl of iie Ciirilinn Mis sionary Alliance The Alliance vas the New York hotly nf the liurrh he said Not much U9o reducing prfcw Uon keeping It a secret 1 To Inllier Tliintiir colored butler Middlnlown ami Ella Griffin cook Mlddlotown Herbert W Brell salesman Ham ilton and Katharine Pettit steno grapher Hamilton Squire William H Morton Andrew T Sanders porter Mid dletown and Mavie flolbovli laun dress Middletown Jacob Ray farmer Hamilton and Emma Vonre Hamilton adjournedat noon o next Monday Addresses By Mr Finney The Kcv Harry Ci Finncy pastor oi Ihc Presbyterian church will deliv er a scries of ad at itie church each evening ilns week exeepi Saturday Hii sub jects arc Tuesday The Joy of Jesus Wfilncsilay Tho 1Viendlincss of Thursday The Manliness of JCSUi Friday The Serving Jesus MAYOR UTRAUB ON TRIP Citys Executive Is Going To Florida Mayor Tliarf Slraub caves toniRhl r Pierce Kloridl for an ex tended visit MayorSlraub lias an orange farm that salc his aWncc Dr A I Kniedlcy ident of council will be the ij chief cscculive Or Smcdley con iuelcd police court today j H H Miller WHincr K Wiowii Henry Kiinmorle Stanley Ehnffer Ii S Kennedyjnb Heelcv A niieisch Frank llam meile Kdwzrd C Solmgen and C Heeler The board will meet at oclock IVIdiy evening to or souizr present otiicers wlio will pro bably be roeleael rrc Chris Kae ter president KdwardK Soiuizon vice Heeler soc lelary W C Heeler assistant sec retary Henry Hanimorle ireamivcr and Stanley Shaffer attorney The rcceipts inil dlsburseracnts of tho association during Hie pist year were the ycj ovur serve fund and a very ton re 5 Added to tnn the association prosperous nnnncvtl condl 1 f cily a true lie Not Bull Fjn The story wix tld f lln American ot 1 licrctorc fie it flintier Rcsrlvcil that tlieic oumtinns be spread iijion our niin iilci as a icsiimonial of the esteem in which he was held by hii on ibis Hoard and tlfnt lhc same be engrossed and traiiiiiiitlcd to his in mediaic relatives HARR1L JOVCI H V CHASH ITOI1KY Coininiiicc V M j Hoard of Direclors in Memonam Joseph H Long Whereas in allMjsc IVovidcncelins removed from our midst Mr Joseph a memlier of this Hoard ri Trustees and hcreas by his generous support ol and his especial iulcrest ul tbc work of the Aisociaiion insiilute lie il all in his power lo cnconrajrc lhc buillmK up Of eharaeter at liie men in this city and o in crease their efficiency by tht develop ment of the er which education alone bestows ind Whereas he wns ever roly in his response KI ihc calls of duty the Association in iis tlirecfrId piir prse f developing lhc Spirit Ihc Mind ami the lloly the young men who happened in 1 yifars ajro on ifiu IVintli if fnh wliirli riiilloriil Imtiiiiiy mis wilb Intin Anurl Inurd I say asked onut Ilit KngllsJ iiiin ttlnil ii tliis of anylrnw isnt il to wUbrali tinbat Hull Kim or sriiiipihiim if tbat Xii proilijilly spuk up uil ci 11 nor Hull Kniifohn Bull nun Evvrj llll Vtlsv Well Takes Him Down man htsMs quoted 1vft n can generally makehim fed prclty rboap uldiil the simple inngriilla ilelpliin Kccord It Resolved Thai his Roard mourns the loss of a faith Mil and conscientious coworker and jliit lhc cause of industrial education an earnest and able supporter If It Further Resolved Thit tlcfe rcudulions be spread upon uus of ihc copy be ici mi mill Association and ibai a to lhc uercavcd widow DAKRKL JOVCI M V CIIASF J TOBJiY Committee Y M C A Board of Dircclors WASH1XGTOX Jan 3lirL l Campbell of the College Oxford is in Washington to siibmii i laniotis oil puiniing of Washington and his cabinet to lhc government officials The uainling is by Rossiter and it is said 10 be one ol the rarest hislori il iKiimings in existence Dr Campbell intcrvicivcd lhc Ohio scuaiors and Kcprcscntatiie today s aox COUHT JIAUTIAL Isaac K Isaac K Overpeck nn old and tn illlfl well known resident of St riii de at his borne at Over A Wonderful lo hear Pat that ymir wife Is dead an1 tis a sul day fur nil sir The baud lhit rocked the cradle klck the bucket pecks at ins of general oclocl this debility niorn 7S Fear Nervona Old fdy to deck hsod on there nuy fear ct Oan r Dcit lUiid fear maam hut not a bit of dan years He was horn September 12 1SXO and had lived in and about the ullage of Overpeck all His life For many years he kept toe store and postofficc at that place but bad re tired from active pursuit some time since JIls wife died f2 years ago and he Is survived by one son E c Ovcrpock ami a Bister Harriet Over peck Ho was an uncle of Dr J Tur Thp UtMed States submarine tend ers fly a flag with 1 black Osh on white background surrounded by ed border L c and Wcller Ovor of this city and ExCoiinty Commissioner Overpeck The fniioral will take place Thursday vith interment in tho Hickory Flnt Cemetery A seiicril court martial has been ordered to assemble at Sagiia Li Grande Cuba on Jan S to hear charges aKainst Major Francis P Fremont of the Fifth infantry who is accused ot making uncomplimen tary statements regarding a brother officer Major Fremont is one of tho best known men In the army JIo U son of General loan C Fremont famous as the Pathfinder and served with distinction In the war with Spain He wasappointed to the Mrllftary academy from Utah and his brother Is an oflicor in the navy Irobnte Court Walter S Fisher one of the exe cutors ot the ostate of Eliza Jabe Korman having died his former as sociate w S Pardonuer has been appointed solo executor for the pur pose of carrying out the provisions of the will and the distribution ot 10i0 upon the death ot Wary Anna ttcst Hairts CrossExamined UJSmXG K Y Jan 5TIioni ton J I Jains was today put through lurre cross examination   

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