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Title: The Havana post
Uniform Title: Havana post (Havana, Cuba)
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Havana Post Corp.
Place of Publication: Havana, Cuba
Creation Date: December 24, 1912
Publication Date: -1960
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Havana (Cuba)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cuba   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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Spatial Coverage: Cuba -- Havana
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Additional Physical Form: Also issued on microfilm from the Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with May 1, 1900 issue.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 62, no. 208 (Sept. 7, 1960).
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for <Jan. 1, 1910>-Feb. 2, 1910 called <año 11, no. 270>-año 11, no. 300; Feb. 3, 1910-<Mar. 31, 1910> called año 11, no. 34-<año 11, no. 89>
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THE MONET MARBZT.


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SUGAR MARKET.
Havana .... .............. 4%
Centrzlagal 96 ..........Uls. "1.d.
Muscorado 3B ......._....9s. 3d
London beet closed ......9e. Aid.


INDICTMENT IS FOUND


Iats ........$4.24a
Centenes ....$6.31
Am. dollar $1.09%


Bpanlsh stlrW
Spnlsbh eslver
Spanlah silver


IL~VANA, CUBA, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1912.


VOL. XL., NO. 357.


PRESIDENT-ELECT VICEROY OF INDIA FLOATS 60 MILES

GETS CHALLENGE WOUNDED BY BOMB ON COCOANUT TREE


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LHAINI I Hn ILnUH U ~IYIlN I Colonel Aranda Is So Wrought His Umbrella Holder, Sitting Little Jamaican Blown to Sea dUU I l II Ill
Up Only Arms Can Sat- at His Side, Is Blown to by Hurricane Arrives in
I isfy His Revenge. Pieces. New York.
Federal Grand Jury Holds n.mI.. p jlO -- -1 Ask Abandonment of Xndhi"
Presidents Mellen and cL N eneraC Mario Menocnl has hreoeved LADY HARDINGE WAS (By Associated Press.) Eastern Europe as Far
Chamberlain. a challenge to fight a duel. The New York. Dec. 23.-The steamer Tchatalja.
.allenger is declared to be Colonel MIRACULOSLY UNHURT'poxton Hall. which arrived here to.
Aranda, the wrathy veteran who day from Jamaica, brought a little
NAPIAE AGOBNT sought the gore of Mayor Preyre An-, negro boy who was picked up sixry NO MENTION IS MADE
(COrsaPIRA Y AGAINST rade a few days ago because he was Bcmb Was Thrown From Housetoka miles off the Jamaican coast floating
TRADE IS THE CHARGE not given the city jobs he required. During Proceselon Which Was Part on a cocoanut tree. OF A WAR INDEMNITY
iMinister Wants to Know What He" watea to fight t en, but Mayor Acording to the captain of the Pox- Took Town of Casas Grandes
I/ Arndrade sent the bioodthrlsty colonel'sl of Ceremonies of Establishment of ton Hall, who declares he is per- Easily-Executed Feder-
lAre Aoeused of Abandoning Extensionj Cuba Is Doing About ,seconds to Jail. The act of the mayor pil. a In d of C'lcutt. fectly truthful and Wtha he s not in- Women and Chlldren Reported Star
SSettling Them. is Bad also to be lhe us of the dulging in any sailor's yarn. the little als in Public Square. Ing n Adrianople, and Turkey I.
of New England Lines by Agree-i h present challenge to the president- Ceremonies Continued. inegro was the victim of the recent
Select.Imislts on Permission to Revcltualle
ment-Also Abandoned New Steam- elect West Indian hurricane. He says his
ship Line From Providence to New Sr. Arroyo, the Spanish minls'*er Th elre of the colonel against Gri- steamer was on Its way to New York (By Associated Prees.) That Cit
hipcalled on Seretary Sangull of the eral Menocal Is sall to be due to an. (By Associated Press.) keeping a sharp lookout for the debris El Paeo, Texas, Dec. 23.-The offl- That City. r.
York--Other Charges. state department ye rday and In- article published n El Dia stating] Delhi, India, Dec. 23-Baron Hard-,of the storm owing to the danger of cial rebel report regarding the capture .
qulre1 about the progre~ of the'that he had congratulated Mayornge, he viceroy of Indl.% was wound- rnnning Into something old enough f the town of Casas Grandes sayslated Pr
claims which his country has against re Anrade for sending Aranda's ed by a ,bomb thrown at himself and to damage the boat. the rebels trapped the forces under(By Asolated Pres.)
(By Associated Press.) many Cuban municipalities seconds to 1all. Asoon as the a Lady Hardinge today. The vicerinel Suddenly the first officer sighted a General Blacof tn a narrow canyon urlonn Dec. 23a-The peen m .
New York, Dec 2--The federal Minister Arroyo said that he wa3 11Cle ap a red Col. Arainda lssueu a, escaped injury but an attendant rid-ecocoP.nut tree a long dsetanre away ohe town easil d then captured an- es only h eld a fifteen-minute sea-
grand Jary todaa In llted Charles alad to learn that the CilbRn govern- aer n. that he did not hllee '. n Ing alongside was blown o pieces. 'with something clinging to It that own eai General Jose B lon today, but In ha time they made
ellen, president of Th Nw York. n nt was takin sfs toward nh- eral-n..al hadon h a thing The psrarp of Baron Hardlnge an-i looked lik a human being. He ex- co was taken prisoner. their formal demands of Turkey
,31eifer, president of in o- . ti n-ria nntnrd Details of the capture of Casas regards the territory which they
New Haven nd Hartior. I rlroad; training a sertl.-..m pent o thoe ,'aims E iili r n, in n pe,- t attlt di Lady Hard..r e ta considered little .amined I carefully wl..i his glasses ,
En. J Chanmberrlain, pri idert of ih- but he would lks tr. knr.w the- nturr w ry-four horse epeeriug to short of n.culous. ;and l1 the apiain They deciedcking, but rges d that country give up. N
-. J (.hambierialn, prtsidero n se a dl.aration from G-r ral Meno clare that altr the capture of .1scen-.tion was made about money Indemnl-
(Orand Trunk railroad. and A T .f ,tho steps taken. He eniphasr.,? -- a rlaration from h -rrral Men.n The bomb was thrown from a lat the firs t mate's first impresim on Clare hat ar th he capture of Xsce lotion was made e about mo ney Inc
SBmlthere. chairman of the board of dl. the faut by saving that his govern- nl rhpudlatlng the article stating housetop as the vice regal part. was was right. ten ofrda the morepromin selectedraouAdrianoplty. 'he us left by th elea
rectors of the Grand Trunk ralload. ient was extremely Interested in.tn drade The, repudiation, however Was entering Delhi to signaliz. the official; The steamer veered from her course 'end lined the mor up th e public plaza to be settled between the Bulgae
.charging them with violating the ati..subJect. forthcong "anderne of [he capital from Cal. and 'ame closr Sure enough. 1ne- and oecuted them. dp lgates ans d bthe Turk" eone. Th
ttrust lar. The claims to which thp Span,sh' nt fortbomlng culta to Dr.lhi. accore~,L to the de.,in; to tl,- r:anchrls of thecoonur The rebes ho took Cadeonfer and then adjurnksd until SaT
Th. IndlctmPnt holds thb defendants minister z-rrred are said to amourWANTED-SECONDS. cre of the last ,rbar tr was a little half clad, half oned to the force of General Oroz- urday.
for trial on the charge of conspirln- to onsidertblv more than $1 ,. AT...sE O a. The baron and baron,:es participated Brarved and only !blf conscious little. T0 defeated a force of 800n fed The dean mae he
The zrPettipi troutl thatt colonel r h rodem negrobo lreboatwasowered Th" dad a force of ed. The demaas m t the als
to restrain trade It is allegel thio They are for mosey and supplies a- LI n the lroreeslo ri rod a nrro r .\ eoaa to A io. Tur nlde the Immed
t^he rd -hich t~ mS d o : r by Spans tlllns to Arada fs exr,-.ted :o have In arrang- wnlficently capariE.cned ele.hanl. and the boy was taken off eralso the way to Ascension. to he Turks Inlade the Imedm
hhose management they were rspon- rlcalytles punis h it war. ain do-Ing a duel with the preildenr-elect I% when suddenly 1e bomb was tbrosn The tb' i ald t hat he was a native 1Asurrender of the Turkish ga.lrrsons tl
Bible for, managreed to abandon rhe px- have.ltref iror. been lending for w ar to fp a pair of eonds The treat- aas Pphnts howdah caus-of Jamaica and s blown from the SLAYER OF AMERICAN IScutar, Adrianople and Janlna; th
oTurkish evacuation of eascern E~pa
iplon of New Englanrd lines ,whleo more than fourteen 3ear m me o oA the two seconds ng a terrific fxploslon. The attend- bea- b\ thp storni Like all Jarral- WOMAN IS CLEARED Tur aas Tc talfa and the eeudcn
eould oterwihe to Mee or Andrade was sucli ant. who was killed, was the viceroys can boys. erept hs living in the far as nd the
aoud wld t vr-e have u eien i bull It 1s declared that theE- c:alms. orig that thPre Is fearfull antrlcpalon hlat rm br,!k bearer. He was biown to mountains. he wa an expert swim- Victim Was Mrs. Minnie Bridgeman,t Greece of all the Aegen islands,
nd wou have fur comp ally in the hands of Spaniards. hav, tl more radlhal measures might be ,,1., imer. He tried to ,wim back to land, Who Was Intimate With Slay- The also nclud annexation of Crete
Another charge which esers. Mpl- now pas into th0 hand of ,'elzen. adopted ionwards thosf who would Baron Hardingi suffered great pain but the current W9S o00 strong for er Husband. by Greece.
Another charge whh ssrs. el- of o0rher cnintrlis, a nurm.hr orlf tlemh-ar the warlike mras o the prei- 'from the wound which he reeed, him. He managed, however, to keep T alls on their part in return
en, .e r landm a, d ther a o tv ftaeing held by Americans The minis. dent-Plect. 1t has been suggested that but the icerinea not hurt except hlmseif afloat until he could reach (By Asociated Pres.) for te dem made of Turey,
under the Indrmern t Is the" joinrl ter holds, however, that no matter The seconds carry out their mission r the two.wersome object that would hold hls u.- Paris. Dec. 2 The dPre which has ta y woudrant complete am-
agreed to abando n tb pe pro ed who holds the claims t h monoP w"r 1'-y w rel-ss tel.-Mphy. but a car:frl rustiiy rtmovad wlfte e ptt-. ners ja r, ta. tM H th-a. coc ^ Mr M,, the novel-nI.sty t| l Musesulmnm In the a.-
team t f rom Pro owed by the mnial1tel to Sao-erudy of the "cod duello" shows that it was daovered that Baron Hard- Ire which had been uprooted, ba at c'a'is;a he cwcta Dbi killing Mrs. -Min- inezed terror and recognize the sp-
to New ork. They are aso allege ih citizens and they should be paid, a challenge cannot be executed in that lnee' wound was probably not Ee- storm Bridemandeclared-that she t a re of the ltan o
to have formed an agreement among no matter who holds them. form. rioue Th waves, be said, were so high not guilty. formr ubects. -
th-nirevpes to abandon all comet- Clba has been postponing the set--, D.spi'r the attempt at a^ESIn aoOn 0ha, th,,v almost drowned him. bu The verdict s a recognition of the
'Lnn anr commerce from New England element of these claims, as well a! ArrFER FREYRE, TOO. ol the Viceroy the c.i;remcr-ie attend. he clung to his sol srp:rr in speFrance Madame Nothings stated regarding th ef-
apetfard those held by other foreignn countries, Colonel Aranda is said to be deter-:nF.. the establishment of the new capl. of all \' ~Fn resr,,ed he hid been on Bloh killed Mrs. Bridgeman owing to fe of the demands upon the Turkish
The finding of the indictment of ever since she has been a r republ 1 :mined to "get" Mayor Andrade n onetal were delayed only for a few min- the tree for two nbole days and was an Intimacy which she discovered be- delegates. They made no statement
the gra 'F r today i the result of The predecessor of Minister Arroyo way or another. Failing to get him to untes when Ctey continued ss df no:h- barely conscious Le'drr the care of teen the American woman and her"nnd apparently will forward the pro
an rC newspaper campaign which was comeelld to eave Cuba on ac- ross sabers or swords, he s quoted Ing hd happened. 'the crew of the Foxonu Hall be soon husband, M. Bloch. The shooting tookposal to their government and again
has been conducted againRstte re- count of unpleasantness growing outias being determined to get at him r'. ined p^slon of htms lf and by Jul. await Instructions.
sPpctlve railroads for several weeks. of his too plainly expressed- opinicn I I i&- regained possession of himself and by place last July.
cte railroads for several o hs too plainly expressed opnlothrouh the courts. To this end it ls het. li;me the steamer docked here 'to The Turkish delegates on their part
h Indlrment 7was not unexpected. of Cuba's procrastination. eIected that a lawyer will present a I'H / A dary as little the worse for his ex. ROCKEFELLER GOES abandoned today the requests; that
-- -- ---caae to the supreme court today delt-iU H riene. o .they have previously made to provide
THE A.YEPTCAN CLUB NEW COLORADO LAWS. handing that he be prosecuted for 11- e AFTER N. Y. POLICE food supplies for Scutarl Janlna and
TO ENTERTAIN WITH r legal N eRa I S SUSPECTS HELD FOR bNew York, Dec. 3-John D. Rocke- --in.
.on the fact that the mayor held theSUSPECTS ELDFORI..
ANEWYEAR BALL t u colonel's seconds in the city hall while feller, Jr., has given $20, It was WOMEN TARVIN
Shave beent wo for the nthathe had a policeman called to conduct KILNG OF LOGUE announced tonight, for a rema The Turks are instet, er
ard have been issued for the an- voters adopted the "headless ballot" the seconds to the ivc Chicago Police Believe That Some of investigation nto the administrative the right to send ood supplies to Ad-
th Amew Y ear's ball to be tighten by recall of judges decisions, recallof CAUSE ManSelected to Shoot Menocal the Men Are implicated In Other organzatmn of the New York police anople, where they delae that w
elective officers, incline judges and Serious Crimes. r en and children are starving.. The
December 1. Members subscribing e ho law. They d The cause of the whole trouble s Had License From Him dditlnal f It Is needed. Mr Rocke- say that ey only want to pro
to the entertainment will be allowed te te-de prohitbition and the that Col. Aranda is of a very human- for Revoler Chicago. Dee ".-Nine suspect-- fe',' money is being sed in paing food for the non-combattant popular
to bring one friend each, without ad-!publs utilities court and commission ltarian disposition. His heart bleeds for women and five men--are held experts. fourteen of whom bhar been tion Whether this permission will
ditonal charge. The mother's compensation act also for his companions in arms who are n conneon wth the murder of J. t work since Derember 9 on an In- be granted or not is not known. The
r T rarri joutslde the pale of public Jobs while President Gomez was a wrneas yes.- H Logue. a diamond merchant. In his eslgation. Mr. Rockefeller's don Bulgaran delegates do not seem de I
AVARIAN PRINE guerrillas and paniards of the old terday in the case of Ramon Cabrera. office in the McWicker b.uld!ng Frn tion was prompted, it i said. through posed to do so, bur they may traneter
VETOES A MOTION times are enjoying the provebal soft alas e Eater," who was charged da. The police profess to believe his ntert in social conditions. the request to their government
OVETOES A MO O N CopS TO DON SKIRTS. ]snaps, He Is not influenced by any with having accepted a mil.mon to as. at least two of the men have been awat Instructions.
TO MAKE HIM KING deiret for profit. Par from it. He sasstiate President-elect Mer, "al The connozred v rh a series of daring an- $425.000 FOR PHILLIES.
Atlanta, Dec. 23.-As decoys for called on Mayor Andrade the other president's name was broilthr imio th,- lomoblle holdups and other robberies HUMANITARIAN MEASURE.
(By Associated Press.) mashers and purse snatchers, a spe- day with several old veterans and ask- case by the fact that Cabrora had a here recnrllv. Philadelphia, Dec 23-It was re- Rechad Pasha who beads the Tu
Munich, De4. 23.-Prince Ludwig, clal squad of a half dozen policemen ed Jobs, not for himself, but for them, permit to carry a revolver wl b was. Search of .,'be apPrtmert occupied Fored here today% that Charles F Ish delegates. declared that the re
the new Bavarian prince regent, to- have been detailed to don women's There was nothing stirring in the Job signed by'the president hlmself. The v lrde Strnitron and H B Hampton. Taft. wt'o owns a controlling Interest victuling of Adrianople was simply
day vetoed a movement to establish dress, and, smiling their coyest smiles line, he was told. The colonel got president's dtlaration was not given and some of the women under arrest in the FhlladelphiR National lea ue a humanitarian request, as -beBlde
him as king. The prince said that ho'e nd temple irgly dangling their purses, peeved, so did the mayor. Aranda's out. Judge Plfiero took te tesi- revealed P skirt from which a piece team, wants $425,1.00 for the club. and Ibhe belligerents. here were more ha
appreciated the honor done himi, but Iread holiday crowds on Atlanta's challenge followed. mony at he alace. a torn. The pole a the piece that $35. so far has been the best
begged to bo excused. 'downtown streets. In the meantime President-lent Cabrera is the man, who was de. of cloth sed to gag Logue was torn offer. (Continueu on Page Two)
I" llllllll' .Menocal and Mayor Freyre Andrade nounced as on his way to Chaparra to from a woman's skirt anJ that it fl's
Trip T'throug!h Tacon M^arket at j are, eating their 'two meals daily and assassinate General Menocal shortly the tor" skirt found Q stio of rtrnational Law "
T rip T through T acon M market at t their "afe con lehe" the after he had been elected president The lstols a quantity of exposi.es U t Of "Internati nal Law "
morning with as much gusto as ever. The police here invesrigated tie and murh iewelry besides ,p 'o human .
Christm as Tim e Is W north W while They will also eat their "Noche whereabouts of Cabrera arnd found skeletons alsr. was found in the T O Be Settled in Polie Court
SBuena" lunch at midnight tonight with that he had left for eastern Cuba. apartment. The rendezvous was Im--
A trip through the Tacon market atalmost every arm product fro ppetitee unaffected by any dire teThe authorities at Chaparra were mediately above the apartments o A rather complicated question of to the flag; the other that be "had
Chritm through th ever to be oratalmosam to freckle faced guinea and razor- that may bawating them from th- warned to be on the watch for him copled by a private detective. who a "-bternational law" will be heard in done It."
gotten. No one who has not seen it hack pigs. There were dozens of men ands o the angry colonel and when he arrived he was promptly .few nights ago was the victim of burg- the first precinct police court this Martinez inside the boudor
should fall to do so today. It is a and boys standing within the shadow arrested. The two rural guards had lars who stole only two pistols, lear- morning. Whil_, perhaps tes verdict' John was decorated with the flagI
blend of all colors of the rainbow; of the debris of poultry coops and DEATH TOTLL AT difficulty in keeping the infuriated el. Ing an attractive amount of valua- w'll not cause any modtflcatione. or all nations, sorter of an Infternatloal
from the brilliant plumage of the pea-.carts piled high with produce holding! tizens of Chaparra from lynching him. bles additions to the comity of nations. It flag handlrap. an." It would have bees
towls to the crisp brown of the roasts. their marketable possessions by -a PICTURE THEATER !Only the timely appearance of Mr.' While It is aid 13.lVl0 worth of mN add a rerrult to Atares. This imposll],e for one to have "orn doe
A madly of voices from the shrill string. Sometimes it was a brace of FIRE T TITPN'BGvPonts Sterllng, manager of the Dell- je ,'elrv is missing from the Lngue ronkus. like m'ny thit gather force and trampled anv particular flag wil
cries of the vendor to the shrlner chickens or a pair of guineas. or may- S sugar mill saved him. He was-office and ?har robbery might have under the international code, was (.ut tampering with other. He I
squeal of pigs and cackle of poultry. be a scrawney locking pig. And in (By Associated Pres.) put in jail bt released at the order of been .be motive for the murder, the caused by an alleged Insult to the mented that his good Intentions .-
e t PrQ aula General Menocal. He was given an police are closely following every clue American flag. In the course of a ward the Untled States had be-A
Beneath the roof of the great market one instance it was a dilapidated look Brussels De 2.--T total dd ene Meno. He as given an police are closely owing every clue American flag. In the of a ward the Untied Sate hd ben q
there are hundreds ,of booths, where ing billy goat, oUfered "very cheap" from the fire in the Barraque- Tha. .eort back to Havana tor which, that might develop the 'woman In melee In the restricted distri"e. W'- loned. In fact he held them In Ipl-
can be toaund am abundance of every-Jand guaranteed to be "very good." ter last niBgt is thirteen. 1tt per-place he was glad to leae after his lhe cane" theory. l1am John. who avo"s alleglanwe 1o did admiration and had always b .
thing grown upon the island of Ouba, Upstairs in the market where the sons were injured. The theater was experience in Chaparra. A revolver ,- the Stars and Stripes asa nephew of on friendly t. rms wlh al- nations.
vegetable and animal. The market poultrr and pigs are kept was -n destroyed. was found on him and also a permit l200 COAL MINERS 'ne'le Sam a_:used Ignarlo Martiner ihb TTnited Stares especially. Job,
teems with hundreds of shoppers, unearthly din of noise Humans a:nd -______ --- sgned by Preasdent Oomez and Chief I APAtrundles grorer es at a store on rold a different story ro the poit
sightseers and Stourlets. And last animals blended their cries in one QREATEST SILK CARO IN. of Police Aguirre. W\hethr the sig- I JA AU Compostela street, of tearing down lhe substance of ,hich was that M-
aight, the night'before "Noehe Buena," grand uproar There were mammoth na'tures were genuine or not remains IN MINE CAVE-IN intsultin ond otherwise murtlatin tines had visited his place upon h
wr Chrstmua eTe, there wasn't stand- "bins" four tiers In height extendng l (By AsBold Proas) to be proved. Cabera says that be is t- he American flag. He, John, being might be construed as a peaf
tag room. Hnd-eds were there to along isles several hundred feet, In Taoma, Wash., Doo 23-Four a victim of a cpspiracy. He de- (By Associated Press.l righteously riled over the desec;-ation, mission: when the international
byAm.drds to etaoy the ght of ero, s sections, filled with turkeys, thousand, one hundred and fifty bales olares that he did not go to Chaparra Tok!o. Dec. 2..-Two hundred ol proceeded, or attempted, to mar th pliscations had arisen, he had sil
seeing others buy. The tourist waa ohekes and guineas. Sometimes of raw silk, valued at $2,075.n00. theto kill General Menooal but to et a miners were probably killed at Sa3-:emblaBonod srenery of San Inldro with declared war and conslddered hbe
drawn by the desire tosee the peculiar there were rabbits shrinking timidly largest and most valuable silk cargo job am mechanla. pero today as a result of being en. hbe mortal remains of Martlnez done his duty in defending the L
ceatoms of trading, behind a stately gobbler or beneath ever brought arose the Pacific to ---- ----- t lombed at the Ubari colliery Every 1\1hile this piece of aceerr plaint, of his native land. The Judge odf
On each of the four sides of the ,th wide srad wing- of a hen. "ngPuget ..ound, arrived here la.t. The CBhrlstmas shoppers of Harana po.!-lAe effort Is beng nr-de rl., red '.nc was being performed., the pollrc polkie court has not yet called uto
market the streets themselves had rows o plgs dressed and ready .or the Ion th teamer Belloon rom t appreate the announcements of the cue the unfortunate r, men.. ,ut ,> rprpoarPd and both pralestiln br!iger, any of the foreln ministers la i
been turned into curbstone ma kerts 'Orient._m merchants made In The Havana PostaI's considered doubtful if Buy can have nts were carried to the 'iva- One vana for a strict Interpretation dl t-
|rha e o boxee aa- crates. t (CContlated' 9 PWe Threat 9o4 are-Mberaly attronilng.-them. sivived. otyw iat asaias phe allged Insult alleged taRute. -
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A f Ped for Sunday, the 29th. The listS
HANDICAP MATCHES 1 be definitely closed on Thursday,' WILSON INAUGURATION
.the 26tb. and only thea will the local-, BEING COMPLETED
Sixty be determined on, of which the
public will be informed through the New York, Dec. 23 illiam or W e W ill Be Open ADVERTISEMENTS ARE INSERTED IN T IS DEPAR
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TWO Divisions to Be Arrayed celved a very enthusiastic letter from Woodrow Wilson's Inauguration. He Until 10 O 'Clock CENTS-TRE CHEAPEST PUBLICITY PROCURABLE
On the Catalonlan Club In which it of- is a brother of the late Senator EusIs i
Against One Another on fer Its valuable aid both morally and of Louislana. FOR RENT BOA RDING
Christmas Day. materially to the end that this deserv- The selection was announced by FOR RNT OR SALE-Fne old BOARDING
ing homage to Mr. Marlmon obtain William F. MCcCombs. chairman of the To-mi ht Spanish residence, wih large gar- AM ADVETRTISEMENT UNDER THIS
the greatest success possible, consld- Democratic national committee. dns, arage ani all modern bcn eadlng, containing 26 words or
The fall golf tournament of he ering the great and indisputable mer- Chairman McCombs received a tele- DR. THOMAS' venlence, appreciated when seen; l, w ll ot y 25 cents an inser-
rnvana Country Club will continue to its that adorn him. gram from Mr. Eustlc accepting the9 T situated across the bay (The Casa 1o% .ad will attract the attention
morrow, with the handicap matches, chairmanship of the Inaugural com- RETOL LEDIOINAL SOAP de las FIguras). 62 Maximo Gomez the people you want to reach.
Sdrawn Sunday. The greens co ALLIES INFORM T R S te The message sent by Mr. Mc- Recommendea by street, Guanabacoa. 'THE CUBAN-AMERICAN HOME,"
-- mittee have requested the playingM mbs to Mr. Eustis also was made Physicians and- Gallano 32, new number. (Old num-
pairs to report promptly, as the sec- JUST WHAT THEY WANT public read as follows: p ha riciate. Was TO LET-In an American house, bGer a8) Te32 lhone A-8918. O Finu
and division must be played off dur- ---- "I shl,1i much appreciate your largely buce b7 well furnished rooms, upstairs, FO e
Ing the afternoon, to clear the ched-l (Continued from Page One.) acting as chairman of the Inaugural and their famlles cent. per day. Amistad 83, former- wll fetilted house; electric
ule for events of the succeeding day. committee ror the Inauguration of Qov- during the last ly of Amistad 62. lights, bath; on cr line. ates
The for evesof e scedi da. 150.000 people suffering from lack of ramre Wilson and Marshall as pres- Cuban. interven-
g the first denosion .ill e plyed d food. Revictualing this fortress, he dent and vice president, respectively tion, and now by TRI AMERICN HOUSE, san Ra' $1 day up.
argued, would not change the sit, on March 4." the officers and fel street, near Central Park; HOTEL ASTOR, Monte Street 69.-
The contestants for the two are: as w n te aso or ule Prmannt Amy of rooms $3,50 and $4 weekly; tran- Clean, cl r, Monte s w street b6.-
Ftrst Division- was concluded, at which time the Bu. this Mr. Eustis replied: Cba Thousands of families in Ha. sients 50 and 75 cents a day. Ap lean, cool rooms with electric be
D. J. Coleman vj. W. W. Vaughan. ans cluaed, th e Bu- "I accept the chairmanship of the vana and over the uland ean testify ply Proprietor American Cafe Pa and lights; American style. Board
A Wooell O. Cartaa. e d they old eie A inaugural committee. Consider it an to the merits oft Kretol' Medicinal ra ar er and room r 1.50 to $2.00 a day.
Aeo. A. Worson vs. . C Pael. rianople whenever they wished, or honor and much appreciate your hav-O ret, Centrl Pk _r Zl James Johns, Proprietor.
e. A. WHopgoo vs. C rif. fore Tchatal. ing .tendered it to me.* "Kretol L Id" lo a powerful antif FOR RENT-Muraia .corner Agua- v-
D. G. Btck v A. H. Saurbraun. Reehad Pasth' stment caused a -- s ptc, dih riectant and germicide.f of Cnda, VIRTUDES 18-MIs James, Prop.
A. S. Wllwam vs. S Lattra. great sensation and the Balkan dele leaves a clean smell, it keepssoo, plor The best Amercan house in town.
. William vs. P gates exchanged impressions i wouTWO amily. A hoeold necm s in The best American board.
T. L. H ton D T. Peck. te Iprion TWO SCHOONERS At. It puriles everything. At bath rooms; modern building, eleo- The best Serice.
Dens Cowan vs. N. H. Davis. pers among th REPORTED LOST OFF Sarra's, Jo 's, San Joe and trio lights and gas, running water. Toblok from Prado, Reasonable
Second Division- The head of the Turldsh delegation .. American Drug Stores. Price, $lll U. S. cy. Information rates. 'Phone A.-l
R. A. Oray v W. F. Smith. continued to llustrat the Ottoman COASTS OF JAMAICA at Bank, down stairs. *
C. V. Walsh vs. J. J. Schoff. viewpoint which aimed to limit as ISITY iSTORE ----- I---- THB o ,O HOU.J--Amnrhcan
Albert Wright vs. J. A. Thompson. much as possible disaster and sutffer- (By Associated Press.) CURIOSITY STORE SECOND FLOOR of nice home, with, Quaters, 97 and 99 Prado street
A. J. Ward v. J. A. MaoNicoll. wings from the war, by supplying to Mobile, Dec. 23.-Dispatches re. p--orch all around, situated on their Cool room. American meals. Af-
F. Vr Best vs. F. T. Coxe. Adrianople what is strictly necessary oeived in this city today state that the Foreign Newspapes, Magazines, hill, corner lot. House has parlor, ter April let special rates by the
g. P Seeley w P. Willlamn. to sustain life. British schooner Georgiana with ten Guide Books, Ets. dining room, 6 bed rooms, servants' naonth. European or American plan.
0. P. Seeley vs. C. P. Wllams, tos passengers and five crewmen is re- I quarters, two baths; gare n
H. L. Nortleet vs. J. F. Case. Dr. Daneff, the chief B aran five crewmen is quarters, two baths; garageand st HERALD HOU modern
ported foundered of Lueea, Jam-al, I- a F E U
R. F. Crenshaw v. P. D. Hart. plenipotentiary, eloquently countered ported ndered o Luca,are rented separate. S.Between hotel accommodations; electric
The following list of prizes have with solid arguments against Turkey's The schooner is said to have car lines Price, 100 8 lights; modern ths nea and
been oered r tht: roositon. He ralle that the down during the recent gulf st ere paraor and 13th Vedado, Quint Lour- clean; cars pass the door, one half
For low score qualifying round, wro mistice was an accomplished fact, and on board are reported lost. ai prendedore i block from Central Park, near He-
gof clibs- was so well defined that the delegates lost include W. B. Bodden, a f NICE HOUSE situated on best part tel Pasaje, Zulueta steet No. 28.
First prize, first divislon-One pair lacked the power to change it, their known merchant of Gran Caiman. MA P of the hill, Vedado, between car lines. Rates 75c and $1 per day; s special
fold cuff links. mission being confined to the conclu- et is believed also that the schc P arb 0 SParlor, dining room, 5 bed rooms, weekly rates.
er Cartagena is also lost with h ro aro
Second prize, first dlvislon-Ther- son of peace. crew of seven men. oI6f -a- !ervant quarters, bath, garden. THIE WASHNGTON, Virtudes 2A,
mos bottle set. sman Nazim Pasha continued the y... artd and 1th streets, Quinta Lourdes .ont. a ot 6oo ce
First prize, second division--old arrInent fMr Turkey, citing numerous Or 1 P ort eria Prie, 5 centenes. mfronti Plaa Hotelm Cool, le
OVERMAN HAS APPENDICITIS. comfortable rooms at reasonable
pnknllfe. ltcricaI ocasions when similar con-1 O APPENDICITIS.
d prife. second division-S. wcessons wer emlar con- THE BLACK CAT SCARF AND TIE FOR RENT-After first of January, a prices. Meal tickets, 14 for $5 cy.
Sec- n pr c were made. (By Associated Press.) PIN are the signs of GOOD LUCK. two thousand mdter lot, one block SITUATION WANTED
ver headed cae. t divisionOne IGH Washington, Dec. 23.-Senator Lee 63 OBISPO STREET. from Carlos IM street. Information
de golf balls Severe ghtg s reported i theS. Overman of North Carolina was policy will be more direct and more Ramon Pefialve, Galiano 22 1-2, YOUNG MAN who has had expert
1Pzen 0- M oeac, want i position wit relieble
Defetd eight, frs t dvleonv-One vicinity of Jani. ai h taken to a hospital today suffering omrehensve than it was d ng m upstairs, between 7 and 9:30 a m., lence, wants position wit reliable
Oe dozen golt, balls. i o mmander of Jth. Seventh Tursh from what Mh physicians characterti- last tenure of o ce. Owing to a lack and from 2 to 5 p. m. firm as English-Spanish typewriter.
One dozen golf balls. commander of the Seventh Turkish -- onzalez care avana ePosL
Thre will be prizes offered also for army corps, is reported killed togeth- a 'mi attc o appendictis time in which to compile a new THE TOURIST EDITION OF THE cae Haana
the putting approaching contest, and er with his chief of staff. Both o a ibeen d ruined budget.Athat of the current year will POST IS THE ORIGNAL LITTLE YOUNG SCOTCH ENGINEER, three
for the handicap model play on Jan- are reported to bave lost heavily. des uo be presented to the diet with an aasur. BUSY BEE IN BRINGING HONEY and a half years' experience, sugar)
esry 1 The tournament is creating ---- ance that E0,000,000 y or U,00.0 0, TO CUBA. ARE YOU HELPING THE mill in Hawaii, open for engagement
a great deal of interet. 'and each CARNEGIE PLA/T BURNS. will be save by tb4 esd the n t GOOD WORK ALONG? on Cubad seasr "stat.,wo any me-
match increases te entries. SCKLE SON fiscal year. !conomica in finance will chanical or marine work. Box No.
lN (By Associated Press.) receive my utmost consideration. MEET ME AT THE 50, care Havana Post.
-WIML PAY MONEY 70 .Pittsburg, Pa., Dec. 23.-The Car- _______ CALIFORNIA
QUET-HOMAGE STATE OWED BY FATHER negie plant of the Carbon Steel Comn- tEASY. WANTED-APosltlon by American lady
QUET--H MA GT T pany, at East Carnegie, near here, was RAU A stenographer. Have some knowl-
TO MR. MARIMON Albany, N Y., Dec. 2.---ntondestroyed by fire today, with a loss A Harvd professor,American cooking. Single a 45 edge of Spanish. .A- references.
n D a.- Snon destroyed by ire today, with lss A Harvard profeor, who has been With Ticket, 36c. 59 Monserrate, Address Stenographer, care Havana
Sickles. son of General Daniel E. Soik. of $75,000. Three acres of frame experimenting with them, is of the Street One block from northeat Poest.
The committee appointed for the lee. of New York, today promised to bmlldlngs were turned and valuable opinion that angleworms think. Ift ar nerb of Centrom Park.theat P
organlzalon of a banquet as an act of see that the state is reimbursed for all machinery ruined.they do we can easily guess whatorne r of Central Park.
homage to be rendered to Joseph unds unaccounted for b hs faher a think of people who muss them up DR D T LA NFOREedado, hoes with decorner 4th,
.Marimon on the occasion of the city as chairman of the New York stte ZJAPAJNESE PREMIER by putting e them uon D Do. LE Vedado, houses with decorated
council of Santiago de Cba conferring monument commsson, totally about y putting em on hooks walls, marbe stairs, electric light,
on him the honors of "adopted son" $28000 the a t PROMISES TO SAVE HIS Office Hours, 12 to 3 p. m. kitchen and bath. Electric cars
S .te . o "- eh or ,At the con on a n Kisses sometimes speak louder than from every line pass the door.
of the locality in on int Of th'hour's conference between Deputy At-. GOVERNMENT MONEY words. IPr
many and excellent services done by torney General KeUlogg nADO 98. Prices from .26.5...0 to $42.40.
m in te eest a y, her- Sickles, it was announced a agree Tok, Dec. .-- Prince Taro Katsun-
by beg to inform the numerous per- ment had been reached for the poet ra, the new Japanese premier, in the
son tat hae written soliciting n- poement of legal proceedings on the course of an interview today, said:
scriptions for said banquet, that they part of the state to recover the money. "I am not yet In a position (Iull to
may record their names In testimony, "Mr. Sickles told me," said Mr. Kel- outline the policy to be pursued by the
of adhesion to the end In view in the logg, "that his father had lost the new cabinet I hope, however, its pol-
several lists now open at the Atbe- money in Wall street If the agree. toy will follow the principle guiding
neum, Asturian Club, Catalonian Club, meat entered into Is fulfilled it wll be my government, which is already fa-
Clerks' Club, Gal;ican Club, Club unnecessary for the state to look to millar to the foreign public.
"Catalonia" and Spanish Caino. &any of the other members of the mon_ "My efforts so far have been direct-
Considering the daily increasing ument commission for any of the ed to cultivating amicable relations
number of subscribers. It has not yet none unaccounted for by General between Japan and the treaty powers
been decided where the celebrations Sickles." There shall he no hnrang In th i re- W a k I 1 U mA 1 --


CHRISTMAS

THE BEST TO BE HAI

Nuts, Dates, Figs, Fresh
Apples, Pears, Celery,
Beets, cauliflower, Olives
and Pickles, Swiss, Cream
and Roquefort, Edam and
American Cheese, Crack-
ers and Cakes.

FINEST SPANISH A
CHAMPAGNES

Do your shopping during
invite you to visit our sto
glsh spoken. All good



RESTOY Y 0TH

O'Beily 1 and 3.
Wareroom O'Reilly 22.
Telephone AB834.
Telephone A-8062.


"As for home politics my financial


GROCERIES ASADEHIERRO,
OBISPO 8 O'REILLY 51.,
D-ALL NEW AND FRESH --- a
We are the oldest and largest fewel
'dealers of the city. We have bee
Finest Plumb Pudding, selL.g for many years the beat kinds
Best Brands of Canned lof diamonds, pearls, sapphires, rubies
Peaches, Pears, Apricots, and other precious stones, either
Cadbury's Finest Can- loose or artistically set, worked by
the 1mot ftamoTu jewelers In London
dies, Peterq Chocolate, and Paris, where we possess import-
Kohler's Bof-Bons, and ant branches also. Our watches for
Spanish Nougat. ladies and gentlemen are fully guaran-
teed, because they proceed from the
best watch makers in Switzerland.
LND FRENCH WINES All hough we are chiefly jewelers, we
AND LIQUORS give special attention so to other
artillc lines, such as rich PoroelainL
W-- "from DreIden, Bevres, Seville and Bo-
'hemia. Sterling Silver objects m ag-
this week. We especially ing from the lowest to the ilghest
re. Oourteous clerks. Eng- prices. Perfumes trom the best
French manufacturers and a full lnes
Is delivered promptly, of articles beautifully designed In
white tri pe plated metal We also
Ihav a special department for China-
ware in whioh handsoae crystal and'
pirlatn sets are carried in took.
I U We are also proprietors of "VBER.
SAtLLES," 84 Oblspo and 78 O'Reilly
Streets, a similar establishment oblet,
DAILY DELIVERIES lyeUlins furniture and lamp,
TO VEDADO.
7 A. I AND 3 P. M.
Ask for Catalogue HIERRO & 00,
TELEPHONE A 2658 5.


WANT ADS

RTMENT AT THE RATE OF
TAKEN FOR LESS THAN 25
IN THE REPUBLIC OF CUBA


WANTED
AMERICAN manufacturer of Havana
cigars, who uses Havana leaf, will
pay cash for a tobacco plantation
in the Vuelta Abajo district. Ha-
vana Consumers Co., Ltd., Empe-.
drado 34.
WANTED-Skilled engineer, familiar


with cable ways and hoisting en-
gines. Permanent position; excel-
lent prospects.. Apply to Regla Coal
Company, National Bank of Cuba
Building, Havana.

FOR SALE


FOR SALE-On beautiful 1 calzada,
one hour from Havana via electric
railway; 20 acres all planted in
orange and grape fruit trees, eight
years old, full bearing ;high clasue
American neighborhood; small live
ing house and barn; ideal location
for winter home. Also improved
farm close by. For particulars ad-
dress Orange Grove, care Havanl
Post.


FOR SALE-20,000-acre tract; fenced
in, containing hardwood timber and
cleared land, besides some other
appendixes of importance. For in-
formation apply to H. Zayas, 94
Obrapta.

MISCELLANEOUS


THE BEERS AGENCY-Departments
for Advertising; House Renting and
Real Estate; Positions, etc, etc,
Cuba 37, altos, Havana, between
Obispo and O'P. v streets (up.
stairs).
SPANISH LESSONS--EDUCATED
Spanish young lady wil give les-
sons to foreigners. She teaches
pure Spanish in a short time; pri.
vate or collective courses; day or
night hours. Moderate prices.
English spoken. Iiess Blanco, No.
20 Anintas street


IP YOU WANT to learn SpMnih,
French or German promptly and
well, go to the "Berlitz School,"
Obispo 82, altos (entrance on Vill.
gas). In this school the professors
teach only their native tongue.
Office hours 7 a. m. to 10 p. m.
UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY The
Cuban-American Home, Galiano 32,
new number. Phone 8918, will rent
splendid entrance hall suitable for
large show case for business pur*
poses, also desk room. Delightful
location.
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SOUVEN IRS


Corals, Florentine Hand-Worked Silver, Abalone Shell, Cloisenn6 Enamel,
Filigree, Toledo-ware, Amber, Cut Coins, in Necklaces, Brooches, Belt Pins,
Handy Pins, Bracelets, Buckles, Chains, Letter Openers, Fobs, Etc., of hand.
some designs in articles for ladies and gentlemen. A complete stock of
Sterling Silver Souvenir Spoons, Knives and Forks, of guaranteed quality.
Many useful things in fine leather with Spanish coat of arms. China. Large
assortment of Post Cards of Havana and Island Views and Photographs.:
Pocket Souvenir Knives and Woodwork. Silk Flags and Pennants.

HAVANA REMEMBRANCE SHOP


PArC Mr. Foster


PRADO and CENTRAL PARK


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O'REILLY 37.


BOX 633.


PHONE A-2310.


Ask for Illustrated Catalogue Gratis


SOME SPECIAL PRICES FOR CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR


MALAKOFF CHAMPAGNE-
Carte Blanche, dry and sweet . . . . . . Per Bottle, $2.50 Per Case, $2'
Carte D'Or (gold), dry and sweet . . . . .. .Per Bottle, 3.10 Per Case, 34
VUEVE CLICQUOT, dry . . . . . . . . Per Bottle, 3.60 Per Case, 31
VUEVE CLICQUOT, sweet . . . . . . .. .. Per Bottle, 3.60 Per Case, 31
G. H. MUNN, dry and sweet . ... . . . .. Per Bottle, 3.60 Per Case, 31
MOET & CHANDON, White Seal . . . . . Per Bottle, 3.60 Per Case, 31
CODORNIU, dry and sweet . . . . . ... Per Bottle, 2.75 Per Case, 21
BORGONIA ESPUMOSO, Carte Rose . . . . Per Bottle, 2.75 Per Case, 31
BORGONIA ESPUMOSO, Carte D'Or . . . . Per Bottle, 3.50 Per Case, 3'
An increase of 10 cents charged for Pints; Codorniu, 25 cents.
An increase of $1.00 charged for each Case Pints; Codorniu, $2.00.
For Wines and Liquors in general, see our illustrated catalogue, pages 22 to 30.


7.00
4.00
3.25
8.25
8.00
8.00
8.00
0.00
7.00


Champagne Biscuits, Lu Lu .. . . . .. .- - -Per Tin, $
Champagne Biscuits, Felix Potin ..... ......... .. Package,
Strawberries in Juice, Teyssoneau .. ... . ... ... .. Bottle,
Strawberries in Juice, Teyssonneau . .. ... . ... .... Half Bottle,
Sugared Hams, whole ......... .. -. . .. Per Pound,
Mortadello, rolls, whole .......... . . . .. ....... Per Pound,
Partridge, stuffed with truffled Foegras . . . . . . . ... .. Tin,
Sausage de Lyon, extra, whole ..... .. .. . .. .. .. .Per Pound,
Sausage de Foegras ........... ... ................ . Tin of Two,
Sausage of Chicken .. . . . . . . - -Tin of Two,
Truffled Foiegas, per tin, from 25c to ......... .. .. ..
Crystalized Fruit, boxes, from 15c to ............ . . ......
Truffles, extra, per tin, 30c to. ....... . ...... . .. .. ..


PLEASE SEND US YOUR ORDERS EARLY SO THAT THEY WILL BE PROPERLY ATTENDED TO


O o o TRIP THROUGH TACON his race, "We' baos, di, turey aln't nooded assent. He ad so thinto feather la it, completely failed to trip t
OO Vsi V IaaIODoUe dam old." Whlle he didn't sell hlisthe booth keeper, gave him a coin and,he rope, and instead was tripped hp
S- MARKET AT CHRISTMAS turkey, nor that time. he was given a In a few minutes the old woman had For a few seconds there was more
ST bright silver dollar andan address to gone, carrying with her a chlien for excitement than when the home team
(Conte Pe. TOIn IS WORTH WHILEt oy Christmas. Near another booth was needs two runs to win and some chap
I man with two or t Iree small child-t s two runs to win ad some
S(Co nued from Page One.) But with all there Is an air of the an h wo or re s l h knocks a four bagger with two men
yuletde season about the Tacon mar-oan. He was haggling about the PiOe'on bases. It was a glorious mix-up,
__--- -- --a broiler were swinging behind the ike. everybodyy seem to feel the of a big, fat hen. Finally he ued with plenty of "dams," but feminine
O OZaV-- -wireah f netting. in otner sections were thrill of Chrismas times. Te ven- a handful of pennies t o his pocke s wear words were in the majority.
anr gdpassed them to the venor, who
fifth when with two men on bases the The box score: long tiers of roast pig, crisp and dors even seem jollier and in better picd pa knse them to t end or who
S first sacker slamHmed the ball to theLINCOLN GIANTS. thator than at any otner time. Even ofed he cke wrapped it u POINTED PARAGRAPHS.
SBTPslmmdthblt teLINCOLN ANTS0 of a saint fly apart. 'the way the gnods are displayed KO _____
1 center field fence. Hidalgo went after AB R H O A El a saint fly apart Ithe way the goods are sisplayed in d passed It to'him. ----
SII AN WNIN AME the ball and made a most sensational In the vegetable departments the the estals bear the inevitable sign that Lie passe oand le live a poort
UAILI U II Ullllicatch. The fans were greatly sur- Poles, c. ..... 4 2 5 0 0obooths In many instances were neatly "Christmas comes but once a year. Just as a coterie of iourtets bent on for butchers.
.._._..__ priced to see that the ,outfielder had Wright, 2b. . 8 0 0 3 6 0 decorated, and ,mostly with natural And there are human interest seeing all the sights of Havana start- Anyway, the man who contradits
caught a ball that seemed impossi- Gans, If. .. 2 0 1 2 0 0 decorations. At one, there was a large Bscenes about the Tacon market. There' ed Into the main bulking two pigs himself may be right.
'mnendares Club Was Outbat- ble for any one to reach. That great Lloyd, as. .. . 8 8 1 0 8 0 pine bush upon which had been tied was an old, very old, Cuban woman broke loose from where several were
t an .. a a An play by Hidalgo prevented three runs. Moore, rt a. 1 i1 0 0 apples, oranges and grapes--apecliar last night, looking as poverty-itricken: tied, and bore down upon them with
ted and Outplayed sledding did some pthn and Grant, lb.. 2 1 1 10 1 0 combination or a pine. Bunches of and poor as one could probably look wild squeals, not louder, perhaps, than NOTICE
the WA. dome on the side. Wright did not Booker, lb. .. 1 0 0 8 0 green bananas and cocoanuts made a and be allowed on the streets. She some of the women and young ladies --
get a hit, but his fielding was notable. Francis, 8b. 0 0 1 5 0 beautiful background against whih stood for a long time In front of one of the party. The pigs were tied to- FOR THE CONVENIENCE OP OUR
Manager Lloyd played his usual game, Santop, o.... 4 0 1 2 0 ( were piled all sorts of fruit and arm of the booths looking at stacks of getber, with a rope about two feet CUSTOMERS, BOTH STORES WILL
' -+ 9 4 + + 0 shining in fielding, base running and Redding, p.. .. 4 1 2 0 1 ( products. white d essed chicken. So Intently did long. just the right length to trip up BE OPEN UNTIL 8:00 P. M., BEGIN-
Sbatting The Giants pulled four do- ----- The booths were well staged and ap- she wateh it she attracted the atten- the "unrlghteous," as a chap remark- NING THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19,
* HOW THEY STAND. ble-plays, some very fast fielding. Totals. .. .30 1 9 2 16 1 peared sanitary. One bore a,pecullar tion of a prosperous-looking business ed a few seconds later. In the melee UNTIL AFTER THE HOLIDAYS
I decoration-a big Irish flag with the man. He spoke to her In Spanish; la young lady wearing a greenish look ----
G. W. L. Ave. Grant was put out of the game for ALMENDARES crown and harp done in gold. A pats- asked some question to Which she ing oloak, a green has with a green AMERICAN GROCERY COMPANY.
SAlmendare ... 6 4 2 .667 disputing a strike He did so in a AB R H 0 A ing tourist, evidently from the auld
Lincoln Gants.11. 8 6 454 rough way, and Gutierrez did not like ----sod, noticing t, pushed his way
SHvana ......5 .400 t e will not say that Grant was not Palomino, rf. 4 0 0 1 0 0 through the jam of people evidently
rigvtnor...at.ne6ne was wrong,__UU- U_ %t -_ -theAjam-of people-evidentYIN3


to 9

(By Joe Massaguer, Jr.)
SThe Lincoln Giants played better
.ball yesterday. They showed some
itfe and defeated the Almendares
'with a score of 7 to4. '1ick" (Redding
pitched a good game. He is coming
14nto form, and by the time the regular
championship starts, he will do him-
aelf justice. Pedroso, the star pitcher
of the Almendares club, opposed him
yesterday, and was knocked off the
'box by the Giants' terrific hitting.
Poles, Lloyd and Grant, as well as
Redding and some other of the Giants,


right or that he he was wrong, out Cueto, b . .
we know it to be a fact that kickingT,. Calvo, 8b.
does not win games, and very oft E. Gonzalez, Sb..
weakens a team. The umpires are lia- G onzalez, c.
ble to make a mistake once in awhile Castil
CastIllO, b.
just as often as ball players strike out'J Calvo, .
or make errors, and there is no use abrer
trying to run them down. Hidalgo, f. .
Pedroso was forced to let someone oilm b. .
IhRomanach, 2b.
else pitoh for him, as he showed that Maroans, x.
he could not stop the Glants' slugging. Ped o, p
edroso, p.
Joe Mufioz replaced him, and did bet- uos,
ter, and also contributed two hits him.- Iende, .
self. He did even better than Red- Mende
ding. Total.
'Three more games will be played
to wind up the Lincoln Giants series. my I


One next Thursday against the Ha-
vana Reds, and a double-header next


;hit the ball hard and often. Grant se- Sunday, Havana Reds andAlmendares
cured a sate hit, and Hidalgo robbed Blues against the Giants. 'First game
iblm'of a sure enough homerun in the called at 1:30 p. m.



HingOn remedlo hasta hey enpleado para oombatlr
sr aOOTA Y a MUHPATIOENO GOTOSO
ha d"4o resultaOw qu puadan comparar A aw do

LICOR onE D LAVILLE
so as1 r'elMnelo set _ure, *em o 6d0e<-r1 mOa de4 age
i110o oontra la OTA con un *xto JamAs enmeantide.

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00 0 0 0 expecting a red headed mick to grin
0 0 0 00 0 0,from Its depths, was astonished to
2 0 0 1 0 0 find a Cuban industriously packing
4 0 1 4 4 0 oranges in a basket, and unable to
4 1 0 12 0 0 understand the "Howdy do" lung at
S1 1 1 0 1 him. "And phwat in the divil does he
2 0 1 2 7 knoww about the flag of auld Ireland,"
4 1 2 2 0 snapped the tourist as he turned off to
2 0 0 3 0 0 examine something else.
1 0 0 0 0 0 "Oh dear just look at these pigs,"
2 1 1 1 2 2 said a coy young American girl "do.
2 0 2 0 1 0 Ing" the market. "They don't look like
1 00 0 0 0 the pigs at home. Why, they have
_/_ 'such different expressions on their
.81 4 8 27 17 8 face."
__ "Yes" sald her idompanion, "the
nina. tourists have even asked the dinged


L. Giants.. ... ..... 812 100-- pigs so many questions they ha
Almendares. .... 00 0001 12-4 turned their countenances lop-sided."
He lodged in time to escape a carrot'
Summary. the girl threw at him.
Stolen bases: Grant, Hidalgo. On a street opposite an entrance
an old mn as standln- holding a
Sacrice hits: T. Calvo, Poles, Moo an old m was standing holding a
SP line about six feet long. At the other
re.
Sarie f: Grnt. end was a turkey that looked as
Srle flay: lo d, Wright and though it miglrt have been the original
Grant; Francis, Wright and Grant; Ro-ne that sailed with Admral Noah.
malach, Caobrera and Cahtllo; ran- IThe old fellow was anxious to sell
aci, Wright and Booker. R- Incidentally it developed that he
ei, Wright and Booker. wasan American negro from one of
Struck out: By Pedroso, 4; by Red-
dingthe southern states. An kmerean
i on ba: By Pedso, 1; by thinking to have some fun, remarked:
a n al: By Pedreso, ; b y "Is this an old turkey?" Caught, so
Mulos, 1; by Bedding to peak, off his guard, be replied,'
Dead )baU: By Pedro.o, 1; by M Yaa bo I 'speot dim Is one ob
fins, 1."Yassah. boo, I 'speat die in one ob
Soe r: .L (Ce, de oldest turkeys In CUba."
"I don't want an old turkey," he
said. "I want a young turkey." The
Constant use of hard water has an o'd man was nonplussed for a second,
injurious effect-on the fngernails. hut be came bask with all the wit of


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*+ *+4+*+***+ e+*+e+^* e + ... .++.+.+ mattVwhenaafine Obt is tojdbeMR&d + 4 + 0 + 0 + + 0 + 0 + f
*+ + -In an address to "the people'." It is Artificial
* ADRIFT WITH THE TlE charitable to assume that Colonel* Q8uips and Jests. Flow ers
S. oosevelt was led by his meizce to be-*
* + + + + + 9 + ** + + 4+ + 4 + + + + lieve this cock-and-ball story, and did 1 BY WALT MASON.
WIRELESS TILEPHONY. And it's filed me to oerowin' with not wittingly maltreat what he knew Flow er Baskets
the enderest kind of love befacts; but in any event i:t + 0 + w 5 _ + & + +
Thr oe cant explained lng to p d -we much more reasonable to suppose that There ae no jokes that are not old
a-pullI' me tod, shout across the wor d the original libel was manufactured -they all came down from ages dark: Holly
A-tugn' at my heart string in a ten- T- IT t ec ho backs the wo"', for the express purpose of giving a the freshest of them all were told by y _
der sort a S way. choes back my me g- Progrestve orator an opportunity :o Shem and Japher in the ark. So say
eA' seem to heara vooe, sorter nt hs spleen upon Mr. Taft than lt the scholars who have sought the pedrl-Japinese and
tle.ike and low; That's a reason, too I recIs to believe that Mr. Taft could have greens of Jests and things, through t r
ayng "Coms, there' someone wait s a lesometoIreckand sadl been uthy of wreaking vengeance musty tomes of tommyrot, and in the Chinese W are
ying "nd Itt's time or you to lo. n Ces tmal and sa upon poor Mrs. Longstreet. tombs of ancient kings. The jests we
Aing and Idt's time for you to why Christmas with Its joys -
somehow tails to make me glad. see In almanacs, which we Imagine r .ll
I have roamed through'the streets and 'Cause I just keep on a-list'in' to that Buffalo Express: Said Mr. Roose-'freshly canned, were old when Moses UUD l
I've mingled with the throng, volce soft and low, velt In his speech at Chicago: "Ourlmade his tracks toward the milk and
Tryin' hard to join in the laughter, but Bayin' "Come there's someone waltin' people, and especially our Progressive honey land. You cannot spring a Col bi
somehow there's something and it's time for you to go." members, must ever keep In mind that cheerful gag that wasn't known in COl
wrong. J, E 8 the Progressive party Is by its plat. Pharaoh's time; an* Cleopatra used Records
I have lifted up the wine cup, hopin. form committed to the doctrine that to brag of how she framed the comingfi
thus to drown my signh. INSPIRATION. these measures we advocate are to be- rhyme. But let us never take it hard V ery Low
But I saw within Its spari ut two come part of the law of the land, that all our jests are old and stale; a
tender pleading' eyes. "rM I poetess, R seems provided we oan get the people to joke, though bearded like the bard, is TPri e
That a popular pose stand for them." The colonel should always better than a wail. I'd rather
And I pored it out tasted, gloating I looking for dreams avoid such ambiguity as Is expressed far come down the street dispensing CHAMPION & PASCUAL,
o'er It as t ran, In the heart of a rose In "to stand for." The words smack jokes that Noah knew, old things with
Feelin' better for the conflict that had -Brmingham Age-Herald. of sharp practices which force toler- whiskers on their feet, than go around OhisDO 99-101.
made me more a ma an ce or submlsslon against one's will'morose and blue. While I still frolic
mBt the mtugginel not leave me a ong poets, It seems or through deception. Bill 'lnn con- on the stage I'll strew around my
But the tuin' ill not leave me There are many who shine feased that he had sold 'the senator harmless chaff; and if the same isj B EX P
Peadin gently with the cadee o In lookg for dreams (Quay) a gold brick." Mr. Roosevelt green with age, what difference, i U
eadntly falling tear. In the heart of a stein. should choose his language with great- people laugh? The chestnut Is a noble
-Mllwaukee Bentlnel. er care, lest he, too, be judged to fruit that should not be mankind be M ONEY ORDER S
Oh I o that ols are hpp d have made as naive an admission of feared; I don't respect the fresh galoot AND
Oh I kn that folks are hanm d Mong poets, It seems an attempt to flLmflam. Iwho damns It merely for its beard.
that Christmas tIs at hand. There be many who reachA V 1- T E 1A '
12.# T 4-14--L1- __


But eel just Ulke an allen in a
strange and foreign land.
And It ain't the town or people-It's
a voice In my heart,
That's a begin' me to listen and a
calling' me apart.

I can hear It solty sighl', like the
cooln' of a dove,


9***** ***@****
9
S' GOS
* ri BY OBORG
9. .
*.* -*- ; * *** ***
Gossip consists of the affairs of oth-
ere discussed wit a superb imagina-


industry well in the Hay-Paunnaotq tlon apndwith the brain thrown entire-
Itreaty when she seoured the forbid- ly out of gear.
ding of any preference for American Gossip is produced in the absence of
ships at Panma. The protest against any other mental exercise and forms
tree tolls for coastwse craft which the sole output of a great many
Ambassador Bryce presents is sharp brains which would be more useful to
and emphatic. It is inevitable, as society In glass jars. A gossip has
Senator Lodge, has said, that if the to talk and Is pot equipped with ideas
question were left to The Hague it or Informa-tion. Therefore, she has to
would determine against us, says the discuss her neighbors' husbands, her
Boston Herald, and the unwelcome al- neighbors' children, the neighbors'
ternatives are now presented to our housekeeping, ber neighbors' history,
government of abandoning free tolls troubles, religion and temper, the love
or rejecting arbitration, affair of the dresmaker four blooksI
The whole subject might well have awvaI heg_ .tBYraa or..the...mie-
been handled more skilfully In Wash. ter's wife, the past history of the
ington. It is almost forgotten now young woman who has come to town
that the original American proposal to clerk in the millinery store, the
did not contemplate the exemption of awful story about the young couple on
American ships from the payment of the north side, the possibility that the
tolls in either coastwise or foreign banker's wife's sister intends to elopeI
commerce. These tolls were to be with the Janitor of the First Method-
paid by American vessels of every l1t church, the surprising incident ofI
kind at the same rate as by foreign the deacon who came home late and
vessels, but were to be repaid to what he issaid to have said to hie wife
American shipowners. As the bill and what Mrs. Brown's hired girl iss
originally framed by the late Senator '
.Frye of Maine and championed by which fll tolls are actually collected'
Senator Lodge.read: This would mean in effect a gross
"That all tolls and transit charges discrimination against the American
which may hereafter be Imposed on flag n the great waterway built for
publla vessels of the United States the wmtd at the cost at tow hundred
and on merchant vessels of the United millions of the money of the American
States for passing through the Pana- people. The world has no right to
ma canal shall be paid from any demand this, nor oan America be ex-
)money in the treasury not otherwlea pecWtto~ o4siln toit.
appropriated, and there are hereby
ppropriated annually, out of any up, thre
money in the treasury not othrwise mue t be in ne tn on sip
and our own flag some equivalent
appropriated such sums may be and t a em meant euivarie on
nessrthat waI fot ot mehan nardne ns
a rafor thin e pbpose e and a real equality with the tvored fleets
appropriations shall be deemed ps- of other nations. This question will
anent anual app nations" Inot down. Those men and those news-
This is a fnk Intelligent defe papers that urge compliance with the
ible proposition. as has been Insisted apd the surrender of free tolls
r. de and areedd the surrender by ree tolls
$by Mr. Lodge and agreed to by S=ea-Iare in honor bound to consider this
tor Root, both of. whom opposed the other and imperative aspect of the
outright exemption from tolls as a problem.
inanlfeat breach of the Bay-Pauncefote
Treaty. If congress had accepted this A great majority in Congress has
jan, the United States would be in a twice gone on record in favor of the
Cltrong position, but the foolish cry of free tolls proposition. Both the Demo-
subsldy" 'prwnented. cratio and Progressive parties in the
It is true tat the British govern- late election formally demanded free
snent In its protest holds that the Unit- tolls in their platform, after the Britt
med Btates is debarred by the treaty lsh objection had been made known.
even from compensating American An acute International crisis threatens
shipowners for the toils, but this plea to block the movement for peace and
is preposterous. Great Brtain never plague tbe new administration. The
mcoud maintain It at The Hague or Herald has already said and now r.
anywhere elae For, ironically Peats, that the ensament of the Frye-


enough, the British government Itsel
within a few month has added to thq
sabsldy to the principal British lin
that will use the canal the sum o
$915.000, nsffolient to repay the tolls
and more, of all the Royal Mail steam
em that will pass through to the Pa
llSe. Repayment of sells either specl
really and outright or by indirection
is the practice of almost all of the
biarithme nations at BSue, where the
Treaty Injunction as to "equality" ol
treatment is Identically the same,
rord for word, as at Panama.
A great many Amerloah citizens and
SLerlean newspapers profoundly be-
Isre that the national honor compels
Satriat fulfillment of the treaty and
S repeal of the proposed exemption
ooa twlae shps.. But if this is done
pLattE cannot end there. For noth-
ta more Inevitable than that if
ron ships are required to pay
j .. .Panama, befos many year
wl be the only ship from


Por metrical gleams
In the heart of a peach.
-Houston 'Post.

'Mong poets, It seems
There be many who think
The sweetest of dreams
Relate to a drink.
J. u. S.


SIP
E PFITH.
- --.- -

said to have declared that she heard
a good puthority- intimate that was
said in reply.
All of these things give a gossip a
great deal to talk about and keep her
perfectly happy and very busy; for
what she doesn't know about her
neighbors she has to find out. Mr.
Burns is considered a great detective,
but what he doesn't know about find-
ing things is a plain book to a
hatchet.faced she-gossip who can take
one look at a load of furniture back-
ing in next door and announce to the
world inside of an hour how many
times the new family has been sued
flr blls and whether or not the daugh-
ter of the house will permit young
men to hold her hand.
Gossips have wonderful detective
ability and It is a pity it cannot be'
used to better advantage. After a
gossip has qualified by ruining a few
reputations, aie ought to be given a
permanent Job at the bottom of a
fairly deep river looking up the gei-
eral reputations of the bachelor oat.
fish.


continued to struggle in behalf of the
cause. In fact, there are evidences
of that all the while and in many
places, but their achievements are
deemed negligible.

Philadelphia Record: Austha is
seeking to place in this country a part
of her new P6000.000 loan in short
term notes. Presumably the proceeds
ae to be used for war purposes it the
existing dfficulties with Servia are
not learned u. It s significant of the
disturbed state of European finances
that any pat of such a small lasue
should have come to the United
States. When Japa had her little
ahindy with Russia she came to tis
country to borrow money; but this Is
the first time, we believe, that a first
class power has deigned to take Uncle
Sam's money In such an emergency.

St. Louis GlobeDenmoorat: A Demo.
cratic contemporary feels certain that
Mr. Wilson will select his own cabi-
net. It reasons that "the man who
can look at the facial contours of
Woodrow Wilson and then try to make
his cabinet for him has a mighty poor
aDppflateon of the value of his own
time." Physiognomy Is an Interestlng
solence, but the Dlamooran n ~rt m.


f Lodge bll compensating American not be one of its expert laterpeLteqm
e ships for the toll as foreign ships are In ftty years it has had bat one
e certain to be eompenested is the safe pllaeat,. and his fetal contours
f and just way o t. ailed to keep mi in satisfactory rela-
, \ tns with his party or with the pros.
- *49 + + 94 ..* 4 + + 9 pafte Of the moutry. Mr. Cleveland
L had a fit sat Jaw and general quare
' THE AMERICAN PRESS + ne of vise. RHe was altogether too
1 obstinate eor the party on the honest
S + + 4.* + + d + 9 + value of a dollar. The party dropped
him, facial contours and all, on the
S Boston Transcript: The present year silver question and tariff pledges, the
appears to mark a hiatus In the pro- main issues at the time. Yet there
groee of peace. Probably this Is o. are many who would call the Cleve-
caslonally to be expected. Operations land preffle and front face more
in southeastern Europe with the rest promising that those of the presldent-
of the coatlnme trembling on the elect.
verge of a general mix-up, are rather
discouraging, and now It is signify. Philadelphia Ledger: M. Hitcheock,
cant that in the whole elvlUsed world, the postmaster general, a week ago Is-
the Nobel Jury s unable to find one in- sued a statement denying that he ever
dividual worthy to be awarded the intended to dismiss Mrs. Longstreet,
prise reserve for him or her who has and a similar statement was Issued in
done the most to promote the peaco Mr. Tafts behalf fully ten days ago.
.f the world. Doubtles many have These disaoeals, however, do not


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ENTREE
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ROASTS
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HOTEL "DE FRANCIA,"
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TENIENTE REY 15.
Moderate prices. Near car llne. Ex-
cellent table. Music during meal
hours. Telephone.



NUEVO


I MUNDO
CAFE AND LUNCH
)bispo and Mercadere..


Sole Agents bor
W1RZBURCGER-HO- BA.
IMPORTED ON DRAFT, ALWAYS
FRESH AND COOL.


ICE CREAM


The finest in the world.
Fresh every minute in the
BEAUTIFUL
IELADOS DE PARIS.

HOTEL TELEGRAFO
Prado 114.
Fronting Central Park.:


0OS HERMANOS

RESTAURANT. AND
ROOF GARDEN
Sau Pedro and Sol Streets

Best restaurant f la carte
Private rooms for parties

Spanish, French and
American Cooking,

M. F. VILLAS, PROPRIETOR.


CENTRO ALE MAN
OAFE, PASTRY
LUNCH AND RESTAURANT
-OF-
FERNANDEZ PERNAS & CO.
PRADO AND NEPTUNO
racing Lc.ntral 'ark.
Telephone A-3990. Havana, Cuba.


HAVANA


ADVERTISING


COMPANY



POSTING AND.

DISTRIBUTING

36 OBRAPIAST.


POLICE CHIEF G00

Record Shows the Recovery of
Over Half of Money Lost
During Last Month.

The record of Inspector Miguel An-
gel Duque de Estrada, during the time
he acted as chief of police, was com-
piled yesterday, and shows one of the
most effective nnonths realized by
the Havana police force In a long
time. One of the best evidences of
this is the fact that of $5,595.67 report-
ed stolen during his term, he succeed-
ed in recovering considerably over
half of the sum. This fact is appre-
ciated especially, because too often in
the past when a robbery has been
reported, nothing more is heard of
the lost money.
Amounts stolen, either by robbery,
petty thievery or swindles, and the
sums recovered are shown by the fol-
rowing figures:
Lost. Recover&
By robbery ..... 714.70 $ 616.70
Petty theivery ... 431.43 2,860.06
By swindles ..... 1,349.54 417.60

Totals ...............$5,585.67 $3,894.34
Of the 83 criminal arrests asked by
the judges of the police during the
thirty days, 65 of the wanted persons
were found and arrested. Of the 15
requests for arrests for minor offenses
the police not only caught tle 15, but
also made 12 more arrests of per-
sons for petty offenses before the ju-
dicial order aas issued. In addition to
these services the police conducted
125 investigations, and made 21 seiz-
ures ordered by judges.
Among other important services
rendered during the month may be
mentioned the ridding of the streets
of "street walkers," the capture of
the assassin, Benito Galan, for a mar-
der committed in 1910; the arrest
and proof produced against the alleged
assassins, Francisco and Felipe Ma-
tiu; the arrest of Charles Ledeaux,
confessed passer of large amounts of
counterfeit American money; the re-
covery of a gold solitaire ring valued
at 11,200 stolen from Juan Machado
in Guanabacoa, and the recovery of
Jewelry stolen from Mrs. Maria Gar
cia.
Besides the above services which
were rendered by the bureau of ex-
perts alone, there was a general cam-
paign against gambling houses.
There were twenty-one raids made
against gamblers of various kinds and
as a result of them various persons
were lseginced tor-Ione days In
jail or to pay beavy fines. Over
$1,000 was collected from fines from
that source alone.'
One of the bestl recommendations of


Inspector Doque Estrada is that Gen-
real Riva, after being called from
Mexico to take the police force at the


time Colonel Aguirre resigned from
it, will continue to have him as his
right hand man. Affable, but firm
when the occasion requires it, and
with the knowledge of police affairs
that only comes from long experience
it is predicted that Captain Estrada
will contribute considerably to make
General Riva's administration as
chief of police as popular as it was
when he had the the same place near-
ly a year ago.

CUBAN ARMY HIKE
BEING PLANNED
BY GENERAL STAFF
The Cuban army will make a hike
during the first two weeks of Jan-
Lary. Santa Clara province will be
the objective point. Troops to take
part in it are three batteries of light
artillery, one battery of heavy artil-
lery, two machine gun platoons.
There will be artillery practice at
Cerro del Calvo. The outfits will hike
from Camp Columbia, establishing
camp at Manauga. Officers of the
engineers left last night to establish
a camp at Santa Clark, and .arrange


I f----or target practice.


CHRISTMAS FESTIVALS.

Dr. Greene, of the Presbyterian Mie-
Finp. desires to invite the English-
epeaking friends to attend the serv-
ices commemorative of the S;vior'a
birth, which will be held for the child-
ren, with recitations, songs, addresses,
a Christmas tree and gifts, asfollows:
At Salud 40, December 25, at 7:80
p. im.
At Vedado, Nineteenth and D, De-
cember 26, at 7:80 p. m.
At Cerro, Churuca 8, December 27,
at 7:30 p. m.
At Puentes Grandes. Bullen 7, De-
cember 30, at 7 p. m. I
He also desires thus publicly to ex-
press his gratitude for offerings re-
ceived from Snare and Triest, A. C.
Landes, Mrs. B. G. Vaughan, Mr. and
Mrs. W. M. Anderson and the Ameri-
can Grocery Company.
Come and see 600 children made
happy and taught how to make others
happy.
The coin collection of thl British
iuseum numbers 800,000 pieces.


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HOTEL LOUIRE ESTRADA'S RECORD AS


BAND CONCERT TODAY.

The following program will be ren-
dered by the general headquarters
band at the Malecon this afternon
between 6 and 6 o'clock:
Military March, El Gaitero......Nieto
Overture from The Barber of
Sevilla.. ........ ...itosslnt
Fantasy, Crema de la Crema .Tebani
Danzon, La Casita Criolla. ...F. Rojas
Two Step, The False Alarm,
..... .....R. J. Lincoln
EASY FOR HIM.
"It is unfortunate:" said the poet,
"that there's no rhyme for silver."
"There ain't?" replied the populAr!
song writer. "What's the matter with
builder and Hilda and pilfer? Gee, you
ought to take a few lessons in this
rhymin' thing."

ALWAYS HANDED OUT FREELY.

It never is necessary to send a col-
letor around after the wages of sin.


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NEWSPAPERS' SAFE
WAY IN ANNOUNCING AT THE HOTELS
LOTTERY DRAWINGS 9

I, SEVILLA.
Several Havana newspapers found SEVI
an adroit way, maybe, to get around E. Hine. Tuinucn
the law in announcing the drawings of W. M. Bancroft, New Orleans,
the Spanish lottery other than the Cu-
ban national lottery. t Is a violation INGLATERRA.
of the law to announce these draw- 3J W. Caldwell, Tinguaro. ]
wings. But since there are many per-, G. Yzagniere, Sagua.
sons in Havana who play this certain Mr. and Mrs. J. Bprnendes, Matan-
lottery, the newspapers use schemes zas.
that would cause deep study of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. E. True and
Judge Blackstone and perhaps many son, Mrs. 0.; Mitchell, Boston.
latter day jurists to determine wheth. Ciarles M. Searey, Mr. and Mrs.
er they had or had not broken the law. Alexander Campignon, Paris.
Instead of being a money drawing the Henry H. Armstead, Harry C. Graef,
unsuspecting reader at the first glance C. P. R. Dugmore, New York.
might have reasonably believed a Mrs. B. E. Armour, Pomona, Cal.
country fair had been in progress,i Mrs. A. H. Ward, Formento, Cal.
where there were splendid markets W. J. Moore, Mrs. E. M. Kerech-
for many different brands of vegeta- tbaum, St Louis.
bles, and things. I W. F. Ward, Washington, 0D. C.
Imagine a staid church deacon or1 Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Cunningham,
some corresponding term, to say noth- Memphis.
Ing of the patrons of the goddess of -
chance, picking up a morning paper PASAJE.
and seeing that the first market had J. Graham Orr, Glasgow.
bought 10,000 pumpkins, and maybe J. R. Alonzo, M. Gomez and daugh-
the second had been a few thousand ter, Cienfuegos.
bushels of potatoes, while a third Mr. and Mrs. J. B. King, C. Robert
pulled down a ton or so of English wal- Churchill, New Orleans.
nuts. While it is believed the know- Joseph Preaso, Brooklyn. so
Ing ones readily understood the ruse Raul Castro, Cardenas.
without the use of one of William J. .
Burns's famous dictagraphs that re- PLAZA.
cently failed to doctorr" in Havana;j Captain H. H. Skinner, New York.
the government officials it is also said H. A. Briggs, Isle of Pines.
were "hep" to the proposition. A. B. Taylor, Sagua.
The adroitness in which the draw-! Chas. L. Senior, Robt Putnam, New
Wings were announced caused much York.
humorous comments among the Amer- Henri Pages, Pans.
Ican colony. But with all they appre- M. C. Peso, Santa Clara.
elated the manner in which the scribes Mr. and Mrs. F. P. King, Miss Irene Yc
performed their duty to thetublic, and King, Miss Frances King, Portland,
at the same time staying within the Oregon. Eu
pale of the law. Dorothy M. Saeger, Philadelphia.
"Phawt thim noospaper boys won't H. S. Hardcastle, Washington, D. C..
think of to git 'round the law of the Louise A. Rosengarden, New York.'
country, is not wurth thinking "bout," John Guelrchow, Ceballos.
remarked a well-known wanderer from Mr. and Mrs. 3. G. Albright, Rus-
the "auld sod' a's he surveyed the ton, La. ]
drawings. Incidently hit. comments E. E. Nelson, Lake Providence, La.
appeared to voice the sentiments of' John J. Hontz, Pennsylvania.
a hotel lobby of people who ,heard, W. F. Nicholson, Baton Rouge, .La
them. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Dickinson, Los
----------- Deliclas.


S. M.
J. M.
R. S.
H. M.
F. A.
C. A.
W. A.


Wallark, Mt. Vernon, N. Y.
Falk, New York.
Evans, Ceballos, Cuba.
Paller, Jacksonville.
Heckler, Columbus, Ohio.
Perry, New York.
Farris, Jacksonville.


BROOKLYN.
0. N. Cuniel, El Cristo, Cuba.
D. (N. Davis, Miami.
H. P. Kittneds, Miami.
Miss Clara Bacon, Miss Lilian Ma-
n, Paris, Ky.
V. B. Stevenson, Danville, Va.
Mrs. Anna Cooper, Winchester, Va.
Mrs. I. M. Robbins, Paris, Ky.
T. B. Fielding, Florida.
C. C. McEvoy, Savannah.
Miss E. McEvoy, Savannah.
James Lang, Minneapolis.

GRAND HOTT' LAMERICA.
Manuel Avias, Remiglo Flores, New
>rk.
Mrs. O. R. Guello, New Orleans.
g. BouJel, Santo Domingo.

HOTEL CAMAGUEY.
(Camaguey, Cuba.)
Julio Jimenez, Ifavana.
Guillermo Serrano, Bayamo.
Major W. Maud, London.
Eugenio Bodel, Camajuani.
Ramon Planas, Veguitas.
Luis Bacallao, Havana.
Ricardo Sanchez, Cienfuegos.
L. S. Aguila, Sagua.


HOTEL LOUVRE
SJ. CASTRO, PROPRIETOR.
Consulado and San Rafael Street, : : : Havana, Cuba
Is situated half a block from Central Park;
proximity to all theaters and promenades.

EXCELLENT RESTAURANT FRENCH CUISINE
CONCERT EVERY EVENING. ENGLISH ANO FRENCH SPOKEN.


T


TABIE D'HCT E


-,Lunch, .1.15 Cy.

Olives and Radishes
Shirred Eggs
Panned Fiah
Mutton Ragout
Steak with Fried Potatoes
Fruits or Cheese
Coffee


ODAY


TABLE D'HOTE

Dinner, $.125' Cy.

Horse d'Oeuvre
Glgote Soup
Pur6 Bretonne
Fish au Gratin
iRoast Chicken
Milk Fed Pig
Salad


Assorted Nuts


Coffee


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The Modern


Home Has a

Piano That

Anyone Can
V1111-Play

HAS YOURS? 9

EXCHANGE YOUR SILENT PXANO, WHOSE LIMITATIONS RESTRICT THE
WHOLE FAMILY'S PLEASURE, FOR ONE OF OUR EXCELLENT

R. S. Howard Player-Pianos
Any one and everyone, whether possessed of musical training or not, can pl:- all.
classes of music with tbs aid of the R. S. HOWARD PLAYER. Playable either by S
hand or perforated music roll.
Ixage experience in the business has made this piano' work of arl and endurance. It will f
strand all changes of a tropical and sub-tropical ollmate. The trimmings in this piano t
throughout are copper and' brass. There is no nickelplte to oome ..ff, as you will find in all
other makes. The bass strings are copperwouad and awi]~ ver Ices their tone. The piano
is aIilt of native Cuban wood, samh as maiagua and mahogany, and guaranteed by tie fao- *
try. A special patent in the piano is the pedal part, which is made so that ii impossi- .
ble for mice or roaches to ever get'into the piano. Nhis is th- only piano guaranteed 8
against the Cuban wood worm, or, better known as "eomejen."
These Pianos are sold on SMALL MONTHLY PAYMENTS. Fifty to one hundred 'i
pianos always in stock for you to choose from. Catalog sent on request.

JOHN L. TOWERS

HAVANA, CUBA. TEL. A-3982. P. O. BOX 87. SAN RAFAEL 29
BRANCH STORES: CIENFUEGOO, CUBA, SANTIAGO OD CUBA.

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GRAND TROTCHA TOURISTS'
HOTEL TROTC1 RTA ,, PARADISE
In beautiful Veda4o, on the sea. Elegant rooms, single or In suite, wl')
baths* Amerlian and French .cooking. The most modern hotel In CubS
Beautiful gardens, fountains and retreat. Located only one bleok frol
street car line. Interpreters meet al Incoming steamers.
Splendid Movine Pihtnreq Everv 'Pnesdav. Thrr'dnv. SRtulr
day and Sunday-Free for the Guests of the Hotel.


Horsman's

Unbreakable


Dolls


rust Received


At


SWAN'S

Obispo 50


HOTEL PASAJE
The largest and most aristorratic and commercial hotel In the city.
Favorite headquarters for tourists. Cable and postoftice In this hotel.
Cable Address "Pasaje," Havana. Telephone No. A-1151.
URBAN GONZALEZ AND BROTHERS, PROPRIETORS


"EL CASINO"
THE DELMONICO OF HAVANA.
Ha"ana's World-Famous Restaurant. Quick, Floegant and
litee Service. Spanish, French and American Cooking.
ARGUELLES, VILA & ,00., Proprietor s
OBISPO, CORNER MONSERRATE STREET : :HAVANA, CUBA
THE GRAN HOTEL "VENUS"-
Guantanamo and 8.nuago de Cuoa.
These well known hotels, which are largely patronized by Americans are oem
ventently situated facing the Central parks in both cities. They have beea
completely renovated, fitted with modern plumbing and baths, while the best
rooms are thoroughly ventilated and fresh. In order to facilitate travelers
the hotel busses and interpreters will meet all incoming boats and traif,
Barber Shops, Restaurants and Cafes are located In the buildings
M. MARTINEZ, PROPRIE TO R.
NOTICE TO TOURISTS! HOTEL AND RESTAURANT
EL CARABANCHEL SAN MIGUEL NO 0.
I wi h to announce that I have one of the finest restaurants in Cuba. Our
vine covered Palm Terrace, open on three aides, is an ideal place for dinner
parties. Always there is s cool breeze to be found there. Also the most
competent English speaking waiters.
CABLE, "FLORIDA." CODE. A. B. C. 5TH. TELEPHONE 22'
....
HOTEL FLORIDA,
OBISPO 28.
SANTIAGO MISCHOL, 8. en C, PROPRIETOR. HAVANA, CUBA
. HOTEL MASON ROYALE, |
No. 55 Ith St. and Cor. 1, Vedado. Vedado Hill
SELECT FAMILY HOTEL. TELEPHONE F-118.

EST A UR ANT This well known restaurant, of world.
6 6 '1 4 Iwide renown, Is the favorite resort of
6 6P | |all persons appreciating a first claus
I E '. table and the only one which supplle
A, PETIT, PROPRIETOR. the very best French cooking at rea.
14 Oltellly St. Phone A-2232 sonablo prices.


SHotel Perla de Cuba
HOTEL AND RESTAURANT.
1801/z-"42 Amlstad Street. Fronting Colon Park. Casanovas & Co, Props,
------


Grand America Hote,
160 Industria St., Between Colon and
Central Park, Havana.
MANUEL DURAN, Prop.
Tel. A-2995. Cable: Granhotel.


American Headsnartera. Eu,
ropean and American Plan.
100 room with private bath connect.
ed to each one. Electric elevator. Fire
proof structure. First claM restaurant
PRICES VERY MODERATE.


"EL JEREZANO" HOTEL AND RESTAURANT

GENUINE SPANISH MEALS. SERVICE A LA CARTE.
Of hotels and restaurants of tirst class order, this charges the lowest prices.
CORNER OF PRADO AND VIRTUDES STREET.

HOTEL BURNSIDE
NUEVA GERONA, IS LE OF PINES, W. I.
New, Modern, Baths, Tropical Fruit s, Sea Foods . of P. Mineral Wt*sw
American-Cuban Cuisine. Information upon request.

HOTEL BROOKLYN, Prado 97
MRS. H. WEIDEMANN, PROPRIETRE88.
REGULAR MEALS: DINNER, 6 TO 8; LUNCH, 11 TO 1.
Strictly American cooking. Rates Reasonable.
COOL, COMFORTABLE ROOMS WITH OR WITHOUT BOARD.

HOTEL "DELICIAS del COPEY"
MADRUGA, CUBA-45 MILES FROM HAVANA.
SULPHUR AND IRON BATHS FOR RHEUMATISM, ETC.
Most beautiful spot in Cuba. Modern sanitary service. Electric lighted.
Long Distance Telephone. Splendid Table. For further particulars ad.
dress HOTEL COPEY, Madruga, Cuba. Rates $.00 per day Amerlean pla.
On the road to Matanza--traln or automobile.

BUCKEYE NURSERIES
M. A. O r-T, Proprietor, Tampa, Florida, U. A
owfruLu-<. unA. *-r>w. I 1.-- -Uluca Nua-rie s t ioriaa. We supply tree true I name-free from Whi t F
and other izjuriudo insect pests. Our re are grow in a lilht soil inrs.
lag better root' tana can be supplied a Cuban grown tre& We gurantee
stock to arrive in first fdass Con.ditcan. 'We g'e yoU the besaeflt of thbh1
years experience Write for ca-aios. ML Gllett, Tampa, l. U. IL.

ST IN ,u CAMAGUEY SHOuL
VISIT IN AT THE

HOTEL PLAZA
IGNACIO GROSSMAN, PROPRIETOR, CAMAGUEY, CUBA.
English, Spanish and German spoken. First clasa In every respect. Ffty
Splendid Rooms, Twenty-five With Bath Room Attached. Bet slectio
of imported Wie.: Catering to Dinner Parties a SpeJalty.


ST ONGTXL PLAZA



s wA EUROPEAN PLAN.
AM K 60MOPOLIIAN ERVIOL
-a 0" AM--r: TLAXA* llV LAI
NIO tm Lebby,


HOTEL INGLATERRA
PRADO, FACING CENTRAL PARK
LARGEST AND BEST APPOINTED HOTEL IN CUBA.
INTERPniibe aai Mals ALL aiAMKftL.

HOTEL SEVILLA
TROCADERU, BETWEEN PRAt AN'D l UL.ElA STiinETfS
UP TO DATE. TELEPHONE A-1175.
A Massive Fireproof Structure. Every Room with Bath and
All Modern Convenences.


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PAGE SIX THE HAVANA DAILY POST Tuesday Morning, Dee. .


NUNN ALLLY Y (iRATEFL I/ Hamb
ftBS 0 CHRISTMAS on pasesser THHes BOAamburg
U/- D American
STo eood, candes must be frh. Arrived From Florida.
T g|. ... he -following passengers arrived
Do not be deceived by stale candles Monday evening from Key West on L
LINE.. In fancy boxes. .Nunnally's chocolates the Evangeline: TTU TLin
and bonbons, received weekly, are noti Frank G. Robins, J. 0. Robins, J. J. I l 1
made until day before shipment from Bush, J. Lang, Mr. and Mrs. S. G. RE
NEWYORK and CUBA MAILSTEAMSHIP Atlanta. pecl Christmas box Turner, Dr. H. H. Hicker Mr. ad ULAR WEEKLY SAILINGS BETWEEN
to6.00. Orders received n ad. Mrs. F. B. Fielding, Mr. and Mrs. SANTIAGO DE CUBA AND NEW YORK,
to $6.00. Orders received In Cd.c" McEvoy, H. H. Pailer, Mr. and Mrs. By Lydia E. Pwkham's V'e. -AND
DIRECT PASSENGER AND FREIGHT STEAMSHIP SERVICE vance for Chrlitmas delivery. There T P. Gardner, W. H. Baldwin, E. E. table Compoun. ---- DD--.
could not be a nicer gift than a Fowler, C. A. Perry, George S. Norris, SANTIAGO BA K
H A VANA to NE WYO R K an d ME XI C 0 Christmas box of Nunnally's. S. J. Robinette, A. W. Runyon, Miss S. Gabriel (Huehuetocal Mexico.--
TwM. F. Murphy, Miss M. Conell, Miss About two years agoIfellwhile lift. By the Well Known "PRINZ" Steamers of 6,000 Tons.
HAVANA-NEW YORK EXPRESS SERVICE H. E. SWAN, ID. Mesa, Mr. and Mrs. H. Conklin, G. iled wit water
PHONE A-2296. OBISPO 50. W. Bartlette, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. I and it caused severe
L Barnes, R. S. Evas, Mr. and Mrs. M. pains in groins, par- From Santiago for New York, Weekly, Every FRIDA
FAREBarnes R. S. Evans, Mr. a rs. .ttularlyduring the From Santiago for Kingston and Colon and Pdrt Limon,
eave Ha a e New York Fort Cass FARmediate Sder, Miss F. Snider, O. A. Brewster, monthly period,
IVHavan I Due New Yorki Forst Clas I Intermediate --Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hayes, J. M. Fark, with prickinglike a
Tuesday Fridays I I D. M. Wallach, A. H. Hansen, W C. needle and trouble WEEkKLY, EVERY THUnSDAY
Saturday Tuesdays From $40.00 J $25.00 Brickell, J. C. Beard, Mr. and Mrs. i; wle wanderea.
HAVANA-MEXICO SERVICE s. R. Mrofess d. Lard. Par kr recommended tome Immediate connection at Panama for West Coast points
Leave I u D ue I Miss E. T. Parker, Dr. and Mrs. E. B. nd ook L dia E in South America. THROUGH TICKETS to prince al
t Havana I Progreso IVera Crux ]Pt. Mexico I First Cabin Fare Ilnter'ate Black, Miss C. Bacon, Mine u Mason, Pinkham's Vegeta-
Hvaa ProgrPt. Mico t Cabin Fare Inter'ate Black, Miss C. Bacon, Miss Maon ble Compound and blood purifier, ad ports of ECUADOR, PERU, CHILE AND PACIFIC
I I I Progreso, $22.00 $13.00 Miss M. Robins, Mrs. A. Cooper, J. W. my surprise was great when after tak- PORTS of CENTRAL AMERICA. Connection at Kings
I I IVera Cruz, $32.00 $21.00 Dunaway, S. D. Batas, N. F. Frosher, ingthe frst dose I felt notably relieved.
M.MondyaWndMdayak r r. adMrs.MarkeI continued taking your medicine ac- ton for Haiti, Santo Domingo, Porto Rio and St. Thomas.
MonayWed'sdays Fridays [ Tuesdays [Pt. Mexico, $42,001 $29.00 Mr. and Mrs. 'arker Everetts, Miss V- cording to you instructions and b
I I ISallna Cruz, $42.001 ola Jessup, W. C. Richardson, E. A. came cured. Gratefulness is one of
Goodman, S. C., Sardina, Artur5d vhe most beautiful qualities in a human
TEH ANTEPEC ROUTE Fuente, Teodoro Betancourt Tomas being. It induces me to write you this CH EAP TH R U GH RATES T 0 EUR PE
Reletter as a testimonial of my eternal
Havana to Salna Cruz via Vera Cruz and Santa Lucretia and connect. Hernandez, Enrique Cisneros, B. Bal- gratitude to the one who so wonder- i. connection with the reduced rae o
Ing inee via Sallna Cruz to Pacific Coast of Mexico and Central Amer bi, J. Monagas, Juliana, Amparo and fully has restored my health. I am nne n wi reduced rate of
ioa. Through rates of passagfand freight, Miguel Delgado, E. Martinez, P. Diaz perfectly willingthat you should pub- $3 HAVANA-NEW YORK via Key West
lea. Troughratesof, pasag -n frdeigt. sh 'my letter as well as my picture,
A. Sardinas, J. Carmona, E. Valdes, because I think the help your excellent by the Florida East Coast Railway via Jacksonville and Wahington.
ETROPE, MEDITERRANEAN, SOUTH AMERICA. Francisco Llanes, J. Gonzalez, A. Iz- remedies have given me certainly mer- Havanag fm ..
EUROPE, MEDITERRANEAN, SOUTH AMERICA. querdo, Mrs. P. Calomar, M. Colomar, its that,"-SRTA. MAxrINA TORata- Havana-Hamburg from ., ....$125.00 Upwards
S. Cuerbelo, C. Rivero, Mrs. A. Crema. TER, S. Gabriel, (Huehuetoea), Havana-London from .......... .. ..$132.50 Upwards
Through tickets from Havana by way of New York in connection ta, Mrs. A. Delgado, Mr. and Mrs. A. exico.fi Havana-Paris from .....m ..... ...$133.75 Upwards
with all the principal lines Including- Rodriguez, Elpido and Delfina Rodri- tIfSou wntspecal adveet Havana-Glbraltar from ... ... ..$130.00 Upwards
CUNARD, NORTH GERMAN-LLOYD, WHITE STAR, RED guez, R. Correa, A. Delgado, E. Anapo- 8h, will treat your letter as Havana-Naples from .. .. .... .....$130.00 Upwards
STAR, AMERICAN, ATLANTIC TRANSPORT, DOMINION, FRENCH, lis, R. Peres, Octavio Belglie, Louis A. strictly fidential. ForO80years Havana-Genoa from ....... ..$130.00 Upwards
ANDBOOTH, LEYLAND, ETC. 3 int way, free of c rge. Don't IN THE FIRST CABIN OF THE MAGNIFICENT EXPRESS STEAM.
LMORTH, LEYLAND, ETC. OLADAECANf 13b. idste-write at 0m ERS OF 1e,000e25,000 TONi OF THw HAMBURGAMERICAN LIN
Operating the largest and finest steamships afloat. I ERS OF 13,000-25,000 TONS OF THE HAMBURG-AMERICAN LINE.
Choice stateroom accommodation, low rates of passage, together Arrived From New York. jol, L. Sovoie, Mr. and Mrs. W. B.
with actual passage tickets to final destination* The following passengers arrived Dickinson, E. V. Dickey, V. B. Steven-
---- IMonday on the Mexico: son, Lynn Merriman, Santiago Algel-' SECOND GRAND CRUISE AROUND THE WORLD OF THREE AND
PASSENGER AND TICKET OFFICE T Mrs. Eufrasia E..Kerman, Mrs. Geo- ras, Henry Dohling, M. Barginei R. A HALF MONTHS' DURATION, BY S. S. CLEVELAND, 17,000 TONS,
riana Kennedy, Miss Lillian A. Kenne- A. Snow, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. King, SAILING FROM SAN FRANCISCO, FEBRUARY 6, 1913. PRICE, $650
PRADO 118. TELEPHONE A-6154. (With Record Containers. $50) dy, Mise Frances E. Gray, Miss Kath- Thomas A. Snow, Mrs. I. R. Guello, UP, INCLUDING SHORE EXCURSIONS. BOOK NOW.
S (BETWEEN INGLATERRA ND TELEGRAFO HOTELS) erine Burton, Miss Louise E. Pollard, W. M. Bancroft, John J. Hantz, E. E.
ER D TO HI Master Louis V. Place, Master Oscar Nelson, W. F. Ncholson, Felix An-
"A CHRISTMAS Ic. Stapleton, *Patrick White, Hugh'coin, Miss B. Batchelor, Albert Eche- HEILBUT & AS 0 General Agents,
WM. HARRY SMITH, GENERAL AGENT, W H T US r i Boyle, Frank Steinhart, Mr. and Mrs. gurren, Louis Neluereither, J. G. Ai- Telephone A-4578. HAVANA. San Ignacio 54
WM HARRY SMITH, GENERAL AGEN"., W I T HO U T MU SIC William H. Eastman, Miss Carrie J. bright, Mrs. Albright, R. E. O'Brien, F.
24 and 26 Oficios Street. I S L I K E Jones, Miss Jennie E. Stephens, Paul P. HenchY, Mr. and Mrs. N. M. Cor-
A WE D D ING i Branson, Mrs. Adela Branson, Michael guodale, Mrs. G. Adams, Thomas
W I T H 0 U T Eterna, Philip Fuss, Paul F. Herrman, Holmes, Mrs. A. Erbite, Miss Angelina
A B.R ID E." Henry P. Kittridge, Mrs. Marie F. Erbite, Guillermo Correa, *Mrs. F. Wor- ENR A
Mitchell, Charles L. Senior, John thington, Mrs. L. Berthe, Miss Cella
T lro- ughl C uba to N ew Siegenthalor, Gerald Smith, Charles and Master Charles Berthe, Mr. and
S.lJ.H.JUgf ub t 1 V K M. Searey, Mr and Mrs. Harold R. Mrs. J. C. Cunningham, Miss R. Por-
True, Maste~'-H. True, Albert Wheel- tillo, Miss Irene Shields, W. A. Red- MANUPACTlhRRB OF THE MOST POPULR BRAND OP
York or the Panama Canal Bhouse, Miss Amy Green. Samuel Tor- dy, J. H. Hamilton and four second Havana Cigas & Ci
XU~i^V/-".York or the Panama Can^J lal iner, William E. O'Bryan. Leonard' E. class, a total of 51. Havana Cigars & C
IN CONNECTION WITH "ALL THE MUSIC OF ALL o'Bryan, James J. aun. William J. -------
THE WORLD'" Shortel, Mrs. Thabiia-Sprowls. Mrs. Sem- e m f Our Principal brands t3 CIof1tra Ci ..gar *
THE ROYAL MAIL STEAM PACKET COMPANY s at the command of the own Isabel Amos, Theodore Arley, Joseph ZAYAS TRIES TO GET J . MURIAS ROSA DE SANTAGO M. A At.OtSO
FROM ANTILLA, NIPE AY.r of a AeyLous loom, James Culli- MEN BACK IN JOBS DON QUIJO LA NTIrMIiAD CABANAS
FROM ANTI A, NIPE BAY. gan, Tfrs Clara Laskner, Frank H._ LA PROMIESA LA AFRfCANA LA CORONA
(NIP E B AY) ROU TE I IFOA Kydd, Miss Alicia Santa Maria, Adol- Calls on President Gomez About Em. LA COMMERCIAL LA VENCEDORA VILLAR Y VI
affording splendid opportunity of seeing the Island UCLUMBIA UliRAfo R. Cabrera, J. Cohen, Mrs. Maria ployes Recently Discharged FLOR DE NAVAS LA ANTIGUEDAD LA CAROLINA
aI sland.D. Ferrer, Juan Margrina, Masters
Liberal stopover privileges at the different points of Complete the purchase by an ae ma mba, Master From Lottery Bureau. ESTELLA FLOR DE NCLAN HENRY CLAY
Sof--anuel and Tomas Gamba, Master' MERIDIANA FLOR DE CUBA BeCK & O,
interest on the UNITED RAILWAYS OF HAVANA assortment of your favorite Emimo Leganoa, Master Pedro .i Vice President Zaya called on BOCK
and the CUBA RAIROAD. Special rate from Ha '-home music" from the exten-ILluria, Roberto Putnam. Jerome Ra- President Gomez yesterday and made Some of the Popular Brands of Cigarettes:
van to New York, 55.00 first class direct, or s ive stock we carry of Ameri- makers, Ricardo A. Roldan, Domingo a plea for the Liberal employes who SUSINI LA CORONA CABANAS
va d to New torki t 0 fntirt $5850s react, or can music-popular, patriotic, Rosello, Mrs. Armanda Abadin, Guill- were recently discharged from the BOCK & CO. HENRY CLAY PEDRO MERA
uding side trip to Santiago, $58 The Royal operatic, sacred, et. iormo Schulz, Sergio La Villa, Mr. and lottery bureau. He asked that the EL SIBONEY BOCK GOLD TIP BOCK CORK TIP
Mail Steam Packet Compans steamers leave A- Mrs. Alexander Campignon and 28 in- men be given back their obs. It is All Cga Catt are old at Fctory Pes re
tilla every alternate Saturday for NEW YORK, termediate and second class, a total of not known what reply the president laliy Invited to v riit thls careb ated factory. Permits to aret tc
MAKING THE TRIP FOUR DAYS. 91, and 48 In transit for Mexico. gave himermits to vi t
-_ -vera hundred e o ne factory may be had at the Retail Sales Department upo appUca..-
Over a hundred employes in the lot- tion. Factory located at Zulueta No. 10, only three bl oe ta
Visit Erope by steamers of the ROYAL MAIL led for Forda story bureau were recently let out as, prlnol hotel N ony thee
ViSTEAMr*PA C yKsT COM fANV ClOon O SOAN H A A iThe following passengers left here a result of a sudden desire for eoono-
STEAMPAC CO Jamai ColonOBISPO AND HAVANA Mondy for Key West on the A. W.my immediately following the ee- Retail Sales Department
(for. the PANAMA CANAL), the Spanish Main, --PeneraL Agents for 0uba.-- Perry: Ritone il rtm e
Trinidad and Barbados, Sailings from Antilla on -. E. Kerr, Mrs. M. B.'Oakes, Maxi Zalu eta 10. W. W. H a r
every alternate Wednesday. Fast mail steamers, Your reit Is Good With Bevch, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Sahckeli
6,000 tons, fitted with every modern convenience. Te o ford, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Bowman, LOCAL GUARD CAN --- _
C. E3. Wilson, Miss L. Blackwell, S. CARRY MACHETES, S
;'. I CARRY MACHETES'
For ifrther particulars apply to PAN-AMERICAN STORE P. Scales, Dr. and Mrs. H. McPherson,. SUPERIOR GREAM HO OLATE
CITY TICKET OFFICE OF THE UNITED RAIL. Telephone A-1964. S. H. Bassett, Mr. and Mrs. M. A. President Gomez Signed Decree Yes- a Ca d
WAYSC 18 PradOF HavFIan OF THE UNIT a Monte Street 201-209, Havana. wood, D. D. Munson, Mr. and Mrs. terday-Must Be Different From r m
A Ssa Co., General Jovellanos Street No. 10, Matanzas. L. R. Lowenstein, Charles Tassen,! Rural Guards.
Aget R a. M.fc ASP. t o., Ofic ilo 18, Havana. Fran- American Suits on Easy Paymenta Mrs. A. T. Roberts, M. Sample, M. GUARANTEED AS UNSURPASSED. FOR SALE IN ALL GROCERIES
cisco Rondo, Traffic Agent Cuba Railroad Company, A uruitaan, R. Newman, D.Ross, W.! esdent omez signed a AS A E Oe SAM I
mague. The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, SiningandDancing B. James, D. Mde Mr. and, W. resdentGomesigned a decre MANUFACTURERS ALVAREZ & 00., SAN IGNACIO 41
Antilla, riente. Can be enjoyed at home. Gonzalo de Quesada, Miss Aurora and Local Guard of Havana to wear ma- PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CO.
SDisks and Phoographs at Master Mo Quesad, r. Casta- hetes and revolvers. The only rel Steamers for Key West, connecting with Fiorida East Coast Railway trains,
UBAN PHONOGRAPH CO. uervo and their M. camt, Mdres. Carmen striction put on the arms Is that they sail every day (except Sunday) at 11:00 a. m.; transfer boat leaving the
-- O'eilly Street 89 th children, total ust differ from those used by the Machina Wharf at 10:00 a. m. Steamers for Key West and Port Tampa,
rural guard. connecting with Atlantic Coast Line trains, sail Tuesdays and Saturdays
ISLE OF PINES S T EAMS HIP CO., + +- + O 4 Y Ave F ----w ----- at 12:30 p. m.; transfer boat leaving the Machina Wharf at 11:30 a. m
PLND* O NTODAYG HT Arrlved From New OrleanIe September has in turn consisted of For Staterooms. Pullman Car Reservations, Steamship and Railroad ticket
SPLENOID OVERNIGHT SERVICE BY THE TWIN SCREW S. SJ. TREES, HOLLY, EVERGREEN The following passengers arrived 1, 30, 31 and finally 30 days. to al points In the United States and Canada, apply to
Srt. CRI 8 TOBAL COLON TO THE CHICAGO MARKET, Monday on the Excelior: G. LAWTON CHIILDS & CO., LTD., General Agent*
-.mpedrado 30-32. Tel. A-5176 @ Mrs. Robert Ellis, Masters Robert' Aeronauts in China are known as O'REILLY 4 AND PRADO 61.
S* IS LE O F P IN ES + + + + + 4 + +-R. and Alien W'. Ells, Eugene Pou- the "sons of heaven." RETURN TICKgTS TO NEW YORK, GOOD FOR SIX MONTHS 86.50.
Iu in ert ... ..$12 RETURN TICKETS TO NEW YORK, GOOD FOR SIX MONTHS,$80
FIRST CLASS ROUND TRP AMSHIP LINE
Including Berth $7.60 Good for 10 Day.s 2, O l S N 2 SH II IN
Sallngs from Batabano every MONDAY, WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY
on arrival of special boat train leaving NEW CENTRAL STATION,
HAVANA at 6:10 p. m. Tickets and Berth Reservatlona at City MOBILE-HAVANA SERVICE--Weekly sailings from Mobile to Havana
Ticket Offce UNITED RAILWAYS OF HAVANA, Prado 118 (between A N every Friday-
Hotels ?glaterra and Telegrafo, Havana. lr1' T BALTIMORE-HAVANA SERVICE--Fortnightly sadlings from Baltimore to
II I t V Havana.
SIAI ST. JOHN-HAVANA SERVICE--Monthly sailings from St. John, N. B., to
Havana.
WE INVITE ATTENTION TO OUR NEW BOSTON AND HAVANA STEAMSHIP CO.--Monthly sailings from Boa
STO R EFresh shipment for Cnristmas to be received Monday. De- ton to Havana.
S BR A N C H S LT O R E Above servRceM carryRfrelght only. For further information apply to
S -,, bomber 23 at 3 w. B. MoDONALD, MANAGER FOR HAVANA,


SAN RAFAEL No. 36 HAVANA R EMEMBRANCE SH OPiA
Where we have a fine display of STATIONERY, OFFICE UPPLIES, M unson Steam ship Line
BASEBALL, FOOTBALL, TENNIS AND SPORTING GOALS. ROYAL DIRECT PASSENGER SERVICE BETWEEN
TYPEWRITERS, RONEO DUPLICATORS, SAFETY RAZORS, PLAY- .
ING CARDS, POKER SETS AND NOVELTIES. ::'( PRADO AND CENTRAL PARK NU E V I T AS AND NEW YORK
Horcade,- Crew s & Co. ling Northbound Every Alternate Friday, touching also at Nips Bay, Purr.
ourcade Crew s & Cto Padre, Gibara and Banes i
TcA IONER ANDC rIew Rs.& Co.IThrough tickets to New York via Nueviltas sold by Camaguey Agency.
STATIONERS AND PRINTERS. For full Information and passenger rates apply to local agents, or to
MAIN OFFICE: OBISPO 39. HAVANA, CUBA. V. V. PLACE, GENERAL AGENT.
-...- .nL., ...,........4U ., 4 U.A.IMM ..L L.,,,.. CUBA 76-78, HAVANA.






Tuesday Morning, Dec. 2m.


THE HAVANA DAILY PDST


'FA(OEf EVEM


FUMAGALI & SONS
correspondents of STERNBERGER, SINN and Company, Members of the
New York Stock Exchange, 60 Broadway, Hew York. Orders to buy nd
sell stocks and bonds for Investments or on margin promptly executed
by cable on the New York market. Give up ordes accetlCed on New York
Stock Exchange Housesa CUBA 84.




Late News of the Markets

NEW YORK STOCK QUOTATIONS

sent by Sternberger, Slnn and Company, members of the New York Stock
Exchange, 60 Broadway, New York, to FUMAGALI AND SONS, Cuba


84, Havana.
STOCKS. Open.
6 p.c. Amalgamated Copper ...........* 76%
Amr;rlcan Can ............ .... 31
6 p.. Atchison ......................... 106
4 p.c. American Smelting .............. 72%
10 p.c.*.enign Valley .............. ... 172
6 p.. Brooklyn Rapid Transit ...... .... 89
10 p.c. Canadian Pacific ............... 259%j
5p.e. Chesapeake and Ohio ......... 78%
6 p.c. Consolidated Gas .... ........... 141
9p.c.8. Paul ........ ................. 11214
Erie ..!................ ... q.... 31%
Interborough Metropolitan, comn... 18%
Missouri, Kansas and Texas... .... 27
Missouri Pacific ............ ..... 41%
-paGreat Northern, pfd ........ ..... 134%
5 D.c.New York Central, ex-dv ......... 108%
4 p.c. Tennessee Copper ............ .... 38%
7 p.c. Northern Pacific ...........4.. 121
4 p.c Mexican Petroleum .... .. -....... 74
6 p.c.Reading .......... ......,..... 167%
10 p.c. Union Pacific ..................... 159%
Southern Railway .............. 27%
6 p.c. Southern Pacifl' ..............--. 104%
5 p.c. United States Steel, corn. ...... 68%
7 p.c. Louisville and Nashville ........ 151
6p.. Baltimore and Ohio ............. 104%
5 p.c. American Beet Sugar ........... 52
Wabash, pfd ..................... 13%
S8 p.c. General Electric ................. 183%
7 p.c. American Can, pfd. ............1.. 117
10p.c.Lehigh Coal ............. ..... 225
Westinghouse Electrio ..................
California Petroleum ............. ....

OBSERV NATIONS.


High.
76%
31%
106
72%
172
89%
260%
79
141
112%
31%
18%
27
42
134%
108%
38%
121
74
168%
160%
27%
105%
68%
151
104%
52
13%
183%
117
225


Low.
75%
30%
105%
72
170(s
89%
259%
78%
141

31%
18
27
41%
182%

88%
120%




104%
67%
150%
104%
51
13%
183%
116%,
225


Close.
75%
30%
105%
72
171
89%
259%
79
141
111%
31%
18
27
41%
132%
108%
38%
120%
73/2
167
159%
27%
105
67%
150%
104%
51
13%
183%
116%
225
79%
53%


11 a. m-Are more inclined to buy, as liquidation seems stopped. At
present the market is awaiting the important Minnesota rate case deci-
sion. which when handed down might influence a tendency either way.
-SHARES SOLD, 272,000. MONDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1911.


BONDS.

Bonds, Cuba Speyers
Interior Debts, U, S. C
p. c. .............
let Ayuntamiento, 6 p.
2nd Ayuntamiento, 6 p
Gas Company, 6 p. c..
Havana Electric, 3 p.


Bid. Asked
Closing-4 p. m. EXCHANGE.
p.c.112 115% London, 3 days ........
y. 5 London, 60 days ........
....104 108 Paris, days..........
c. 116 119 Germany, 3 days .........
. c.111 114% Germany, 60 days ......
...118 128 United States, 3 days ...
c...100 111 Spain, 8 days ..........


United Railways, 5 p. c... Nominal
Consol. Gas and Electric.105 107
Cuban Erterior. 4% p. c..101 107
- uban Telephone, 6 p. c.. 92 10u


STOCKS. Bid. Asked
Banco Espafiol .... ....100 100l
National Bank of Cuba..118 130
United (Railways ........ 98% 98,
Havana Electrio, ptd.... lt'-, 1051
Havana Electric, comn.... 95% 95A
Cuban Telephone ....... 90% 93i
Territorial ..............110 130
Beneficiaries ........... 18 25
Dredging Company ...... 69% 73


Discount com. paper .


Bank- Com-
ers. merclal
19% 19'4
18% 18%
5% 5

2%
9%. 9%
1% 1%
9 10


French Rentes ..............892. 22c.
Consola ........ ...... ..........7
Discount Bank of England ......5 p.c.
United Railways ................ 87
d. .. ...
1 SPANISH GOLD. Bid Asked
Spanish silver .......... 99% 99%
% Greenbacks ..... .......10:4t1 109%
W --------
% SUGARS.
/i Cane-juice sugar, 96 deg., poL, at the
warehouse ...... .............. 4%
Molasses sugar, 89 pol, at the
warehouse ..................3 1-16


SAMPERA & CO

BANK ERS AND BROKERS.
At N. Gelats & Go. Building. Aguiar 106-108, Havana.
Telephones: Office, A-5637; Exchange, A-3531.,
Orders to u,y aU4 seil stocks an d onda for investment or on margin
promptly executed I7 cable on New York, London, Paris and Montreal Stock
Exchanges. New York stock quotations sent by Messr. Miller and Camn
pany, 29 Broadway, New York, Members New Ynrk Stock Exchame.&

and Pineapple Juice REFRESHIN
BILT OTItT *- I. I.. -


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The Chinks

"Hygienically Clean" Ohr Motto.


D-EVEmAGEU


POLLUTE your clothes by drench.
ing with dirty water from their
mouths. This Is disgusting and un-
sanitary. Send your linen to-
EL BUEN GUSTO LAUNDRY,
Tel. A-4228. Concordia 64.


Horter& Fair

SAN TGNACIO 14, HAVANA.
'STUDEBAKER" WAGONS. "SAMSON" WINDMILLS.
"SYRACUSE" AND "EMPIRE" AGRICULTURAL IM,
PLEMENTS. WATERLOOO" AND "STOVER" GASO.
LINE ENGINES. HARNESS AND SADDLES.,

WRITE FOR CATALOGUE.

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NORWICH UNION FIRE INSURAN E
SOCIETY, LIMITED
LONDON AND NORWICH, ENGLAND.
VrOUNDED, 1797.

FIR 'AND CASUALTY IN SURANCE
GEORGE MILLLINGTON, General Agent,
Chief Office: San Ignaclo 60, First Floor, Havana, Cuba
P. 0. Box No. B47. Telephone No. A2776.
Telegreahlo Address: Milllngton.
AGENCIES IN ALL TWB CHIEF ,TOWNS OF THE, REPUBLIC
I ~-' I


MOVEMENT


OF SHIPPING


News of the Day Along Ha
vana's Waterfront--Ships
Arriving and Departing.


ARRIVED.
American steamer Mexico, Ward
line, Capt. E. J. O'Keefe, master, from
New York, with 91 passengers, 44 sa-
loon, 31 intermediate and 16 second
class, and cargo, and 48 passengers
in transit for Mextco.

American steamer Excelsior, South-
ern Pacific line, Capt. Wm. Birney,
master, from New Orleans, with 51
passengers, 45 first and six second
class; mail and cargo.

British steamer Maylands, Capt.
Ayers, master, six and a half days
out from Philadelphia, with cargo
coal, 5,950 tons, for the Cuban Trad-
ing company.

British steamer Evangeline, P. and
0. line, Capt. A. Ellis, master, from
Key West, with 184 passengers, 91
first and 40 second class, mail and


SAILED.
British steamer A. W. Perry, at
11,:06 a, m., for Key West, with 36
passengers, 83 first and three second
olass, mail and cargo.

British schooner George D. Jenkins,
at 8:30 p. m., for Pensacola; arrived
December 1, eighteen days out from
Bridgeway.

American steamer Mexico, at 4:55
p. m., for Progreso and Vera Cruz; In
transit from New York.

German steamer Grunewald, for the
Canaries; in transit from Mexico.

VESSELS DUE.
Spanish steamer Martin Baent, Capt.
Jimenez, from Barcelona.

Dutch steamer Harald, from Ham-
burg and way ports.

American steamer Hassan, from
New York.

British steamer Honoreis, Houston
line, Capt. Roberts, from Buenos Aitea
and way ports.

Austrian steamer Pmllla, Austrian-
American line, Capt. Ribarich, from
Trieste.

British steamer Cayo Gitano, The
Cuban Steamship Co., Ltd., Capt. An-
derson, left London, October 4.

Spanish bark Agapito Cagiga, CaVt.
Mora, from Barcelona.

German steamer La Plata, Capt.
Spangenberg, from Antwerp; in tran-
sit for Port Limon.

British steamer Butlej, Capt. Brown,
from Calcutta.

Austrian steamer Gerty, from Tril
este.

Austrian steamer Frigida, from Mar-
seilles.

Spanish steamer Pio IX, from Bar-


uelonm.


Norwegian
Baltimore.

Norwegian
Middlesboro.


steamer Walsaman.


steamer Camilla, from


American schooner Margaret B.
Ryan, from Chrome, N. J.

British schooner Margaret G. from
Kingsport.

VESSELS ARRIVING.

Dec. 24-Rlojano, Liverpool.
Dec. 24--Siclla, Hamburg.
Dec. 24-Pinar del Rio, New York.
Dec. 24-Sardina, Hamburg.
Dec. 24-Miguel de Larrinaga, Liv-
erpool.
Dec. 24-Morro Catle,'Vera Cruz.
Dec. 24-Parthia, Hamburg.
Dec. 25-Havana. New York.
Dec. 26-Sicila, Hamburg.
Dec. 2--Callfornle, Havre.
Dec. 26-Harz, Hamburg.
Dec. 26-Stelgerwald, Hamburg.
Dec. 29-Montevideo, Vera Crus.
Dec. 30--Chalmett), New'Orleans.
Dec. 30-Esperanza, Vera Cruz,
Dec. 30-Monterey, New York.
Dec. SO-Taunton, Antwerp.
Dec. 81--Oracia, LUerpool.
Jan. 1-Antonio Lopez, Cadiz.
Jan. 1-Saratoga, New York.
Jan. 2-Espagne, Saint Nazaire.
Jan. S-Ascot, Bremen.
Jan. ---Times, New York.
Jan. 5-Corcovado, Vera Crus.
Jan. 5--Sommelsdijk, Rotterdam.
Jan. $-Mexico, Vera Crnz.
Jan. 6-Morro Castle, New York.
Jan. 8--Havana, New York.
Ja. 14-Espagne, Vera Crus
Jan. 15-Hilarius, Buenos Aires.
Jan. 17-Trafalgar, New York.

SAILING.

Dec. 24-Morro Castle, New York.
Dec. 26-Steigerwald, Vera Crus.
Dec. 27---Californie, New Orleans.
Dec. 28-Havana, New York.
Dec. 28-Excelsior, New Orleans.
Dec. 0--Montevideo, New York.
Dec. 0--Monterey, Vera Cruz.
Dec. 31-Esperanza, New York.
Jan. 3-Espagne, Vera Cruz.
Jan. 4---Saratoga, New York.
Jan. 4-Chalmette, New Orleans
Jan. 5-Corcovado, Vigo.
Jan. 6-Sommelsdijk, Mexico.
Jan. 6--Morro Castle, Vera Crus.
Jan. 7-Mexico, New York.
Jan S-Karl Schurz, Colon.
Jan. 11-Havana, New York.
Jan. 15--Espagne, Saint Nazaire.

SHIPS IN HARBOR.

Cartana. CO. or., ap. VCalti.
San Pedro, Ur., Bkn., Capt. j1-
menez.
Nord Aleaisa. an cr., Capt. Go-
zalez. -
W. H. Baxter, Am. sc., Capt, Steeve.
Donna Christina, Am. sc, Capt Pet-
ersen.
W. S. M. Bentley, Br. o., Capt.
Roberts.
Pacifique. Haytlan cr., Capt. Besse.
Frederick A. Duggen. Am. so., Capt,
Coons.
George F. Scannell, Am. sc., Capt.
Thorndike.
Ruby, Am. st, Capt Pennington.
E. O. Saltmarsh, Br. st., Capt. Rog-
ers.
Cayo Bonltu, Br. at, Capt. Williams.
Carvajal, Sp. bkn., Capt. Jordan.
Usher, Br. st., Capt. Perry.
Balmes, Sp. st., Capt. Ruiz.
Falkniss, Nor. st., Capt. Olsen.
Alabama, Nor st., Capt. Endreasen.
Excelsor, Am. st, Capt. Birney.
Maylands, Br. at., Capt. Ayers.
---$---5--


AT THE CHURCHES,


Cristo-For Englsh-spiaklng Catho.
lice. Masse, at 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11
o'clock. Sermon in English at the 10
o'clock mass. Rev. Father Moynl-
han, pastor.

Baptlet Temple, Zulueta and Dragones
-Preaching in English Sunday
mornings at 10 by F. A. Gentry,
pastor. Spanish Sunday School 1
p w.. Spanish services Friday and
Sunday nights at 8. For anyinfor.
matlon desired, apply to M. N. Mc-
Call second floor Temple.

"LA UNIVERSAL"
THE OLD PAWN SHOP.

ANTIQUE JEWELRY
10 ANGELES ST., COR. ESTRELLA.
We invite Tourists to call.

HAMBURG AMERICAN
LINE
FAST MAIL AND PASSEN-
GEE SERVICE

Sailings for Vera Cruz, Tam.
pico, Puerto Mexico or
Progress, Mexico:
STEIGERWALD ....DECEMBER 26

PFiling- for Colon (Panninr):
KARL SCHURZ .......JANUARY a


HEILBUT & RAeOH,
San Ignacio 54.. P.O. Box 729

HERRERA
STEAMSHIP LINE


Sailings from Havana During
the month of


DECEMBER


Stemrolp JULIA, Saturday, Decemberi
28, at 12 M.
For Nuevitas (Camacudy), outgolng
trip only, Santiago de Cuba, Santo
Domingo, San Pedro de Macorls.
San Juan de Puerto Rico. Mayaguez
and Ponce. returning by Santiago
de Cqba to aWrana.

Steamship HAAANA, Saturday, De-
cember 28, at 5 P. M.
For Nuevitas (Camaguey). return tr'o
only, Puerto Padre (Chaparra), 0l-
bara, Vita, Banes. Nipe (Mayarl,

ton), Baracoa, Guantanamo and
Santiago de Cuba.
Note:-This vessel does not receive
freight in Havana for Santiago de
Cuba. as It is yeaeeed b SWe Oameip
JULIA.

Steamship AVILE5, Every Tuesday,
at 5 P. M.
For isabela de Sagua and Calbarien


NEW ORLEANS
OR FLORIDA
ALL POINTS
NORTH H,
I SOUTH,
WEST.


British tank steamer Caucasian 9 Q 4*O I 6 V ISolid Steel Trains, Compartment and


from Middlesbro.


Brit


water.


ish bark Sirdar, from Bridge


American schooner Carrie Strong,
from Jacksonville.

American schooner L. Herbert Taft,,
from New York.

American schooner Margaret B.
Roper, from Perth Amboy.

Amerian schooner Orleans, from
New York.

American schooner Alce Holbrook,
from Jacksonville.

American schooner Lizzie E. Denni-
son, from Mobile.

Spanish bark Juanito, from Mobile.

Spanish steamer Santandertno, frdc
Liverpool

Spanish steamer Ernesto, leave
Liverpool January 4.

Spanish steamer Santanderino. from
LiverpooL

Spanish steamer Vlvina, from Lv.
erpooL
Norwegian steamer Nordstlernen.

British steamer Berwindvale, from
Newport News.

British steamer Tinhow, from Mo-
bile.


Presbyteran Church-Dlvine services Observation Care, Pullman Sleeper


wiR be held this morning at ten
o'clock in the Presbyterian church,
Salud 40, between Campanario and
Lealtad. Subject of discourse,
"Heaven's Antidote for Fear." Take
Principe cars to Lealtad, then north
one block. Everyone welcome.
J. Milton Greene, Pastor.

Holy Trinity Episcopal cathedral-.
Neptuno and Aguila. Sunday ser
vices in English; Holy Communion,
9 a. m.;Morning Prayer and Ser,
mon, 10 a. m.; Evening Prayer and
Sermon at Vedado, Twenty-first
street, between Tenth and Twelfth.
8 p. m.; Sunday School, 8:80 p. m,
at the Cathedral School, Vedado;
Spanish services on Sundays, 8:00
a. n., 7:45 p. m.; Wednesdays, 7.45
p. m. Office hours at the Cathedral
H11 daily. Charles B. Colmore, deanz

Presbyterian Church-Six centers of
preaching and Sabbath school work
in Spanish; preaching in English
every Sunday at 10 a. m., In Salud
40. Take Principe cars to Lealtad
north one block J. J. Milton Greene,
'pastor.

Methodist Church-English speaking
congregation. No. 10 Virtudes street,
two blocks west of the Prado.
Preaching In English Sunday at
10:30 o'lock a. m, and Sunday ev-
eping at 8 o'clock. Prayer meeting
Thursday evening at 8 o'lock. Sun-
day school Sunday morning at 9:80
o'clock. William Mullen, pastor.


Dining Car.
Rates, Routes, Reservations
Call, Write or Phone
HAVANA CITY OFFICE,
W. M. Dani9l General Agent.
OBISPO 21 PHONE A-17421


ROUND-TRIP
RATES TO


CALIFORNIA

TRE NORTHWEST
AND NEW YORK
VIA


Southern Pacific

IN EFFECT MAY 15TH

SAILINGS FROM HAVANA:'

S. S. Excelsior, December 28
S. S. Chalmette, January 4
Tender leaves San Franclico
Dock at 2:00 P. M,

For further information, call
on or write


A* X. WOO
GENERAL A(


Catholoi C murct del CrltoP-Parque de 40 OBISPO.


National Bank of Cuba

00iiKB, I M arnd Undivided Proatiu 66AeO.


LZTTEZRS O OBDIT-
AND
TOURISTTD3PARTNENT


SpeCal attention is glvm to to t and 0Oammr.
eiWl Letterd of qradit.

Mal directed in care of the Ban wil be hda or
forwarded as. directed.





BANK OF HAVANA
NEW YORK COMMITTEE: BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
JOHN E. GARDIN, Carlod Zaldo, President.
Vko President, National City Banw. Carlo de Zaldo, Preldent
ALVIN W. KREECH, Joe6 1. de la Camara, Vice President.
President, Equitable Trust Company. DIrectors:
JAMES H. POST, 8abis E. do Alvard; Leandro Vald6s;
Of B. H.owell Son & Company. FedericodeZaldo; SebasAtn Gelabert:
----- Euseblo Ortlz Torres.
NEW YORK AGENCY Sebastlin Gelabert, Managing Director,
I, G. Martlne, Agent John 8. Durland, Sub Manager.
S- Carlos I. Parraga, Secretary.
Solicits Accounts of Individuals and Firms.
Sells Drafts on the United States and Principal Cities .of the
World.,


!The Royal Bank of Canada

Capital and Reserve. -.... . $ 24,000,000
Total Assets $175,000000
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LONDON, ENGLAND. I NEW YORK. 1
2 Bank Bldg., Prince St. E. C. j 83 William Street.

OFFICES IN HAVANA:
OFFICES IN HAVANA:


Obrapia 33, Galiano 92, Muralla 52 (Ricla), Monte 118.
TWENTY BRANCHES IN CUBA.

A General Banking Business Transacted. Sterling and Fbrelgn E-
change Bought and Sold, and Travelers' Letters of Credit Issued
INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS AT CURRENT RATE&




The Trust Company of Cuba"

AA--.
CAPITAL .. .. 500.000.00
ARS.R 105 00.00
ASSETS ..
AGeneral Banking and T u.ts LaU&, -
ness. : Exchange Bought and Sold.,
Checking Accounts Solicited.
MEMBERS OF AMERICAN BANKERS' ASSOCIATION.
OFFICES: CUBA 31.


SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT

In our own fire and burglar proof vaults, especially
constructed for the safe keeping of documents and val-
uables of all kinds. For further information, call on or
address our office, Amargura No. 1.


Upmann & Company


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G. LAWTON CHILDS & CO., LTD.,
American Bankers. O'Reilly 4.
Founded 1844.
Do a general banking business and pay special attend
tion to collections in Havana and all parts of the Islan.
Principal American correspondent, the National Bank i
Cormuerce in New York. Correspondence solicited.


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give you ABSOLUTELY FREE a lib.
IRAne eral sample of of our "Art Lus-
_ ARtK ers," and our beautifully illus.
treated booklet, "The Home
Beautiful." If by mail, send
N. E8 for postage.
N. Z. GRAVES & CO., 0 Reiny 12, Havana.


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GENT. FURNISHES BONDS OF ALL KINDS, INCLUDING GOVERNMENT,
THE COMPANY WHICH ISSUES THE MOST LIBERAL POLICIES
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CAMAGUEY and SANTIAGO


Complete your visit to Cuba by a trip to these
charming, antique, cities and thus become acquaint-
ed with the Tsland from end to end.
YOu bave your choice of two trains; one in the
morning and one at night. The night train ear-
ries first class, electric lighted sleeping cars.


ROUND TRIP REDUCED" TICKETS

Havana to Camagney and Return ...... .$23.24
Havana to Santiago or Antilla and Return, $36.17
GOOD FOR 15 DAYS.
\ Mr. Geo. Danforth, Local Passenger Agent of
The Cuba Railroad Company will be glad to help
you plan your journey. He will be found at Prado
118, between the Telegrafo and Inglaterra Hotels.
*'. For further information,, please apply to
F ROSAD6,
S Traffic Agent, The nCba Railroad Company,
a CAMAGUEY, OUBA.




Two Cities You Should Visit






HOTEL AMAGUEY


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CAMAGUEY

OWNED AND OPERATED BY THE CUBA RAIL-
ROAD COMPANY.

Largest and most comfortable Hotel in Cuba.
BBuilding and Gardens occupy 3% acres.
Private Suites. Telephones. Nearr. all of the
rooms bhae Private Baths. Tennis Courts.
R ATES :

American Plan Only: $4.00 to $6.00 per day, per
person, according to accommodations required.
Carnagnue is 550 feet above sea level Its cli-
mate, especially in. Winter, is ideal.
A beautifully illustrated booklet describing this
hotel will be found in any hotel, or may be ob-
tained from Mr. Geo. Dcnforth, Local Passenger
Agent, The Cuba Railroad Company, Prado 118,
Havana. ";

Further information may be obtained from
F. ROSADO,
Traffic Agent, The Cuba Railroad Company,
CAMAGUEY, CUBA.


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MAGAZINES, PERIODICALS AND STATIONERY,


Newspapers From Every State in the Union.


Taseije Arcade.


Havana. Cuba


NOTHING AS FINE

[ristsmasPresents,1.,
A8 A PARA SOL 01
SI HANDPAINTED Ir AN
SPANISH LACE MANTILLAS,
PINEAPPLE CLOTH DRESSES,
SPANISH HAND MADE LACES
EVERYTHING-AT WHOLESALE PRICES AT

"LE PRINTEMPS"
3 Obispo Street. Corner Compostela Street.


The Cuba Lumber and CoalCa
LUMBIR, BHINOL.I., SAIH, DOOR AND BLINDS.
WUJ name pri.e delivered ah ny point re4ohe by Rajl, y or
Water Tranaperrltleno,
LA LOHNIA DEL COMZERIO, ROOMS 528 A j 28 9
Phone A- a. PMotaffl Box lft7o.,


James B Clow- & Sons
( I Chicago-New York-Havana.
*onserrate and Teniente Rey. P. O. Box 304, Havana, Cuba,
Y Telephone A-5114:
TANITA Y PLUMBING AND SUPPLIZ i


to deoede what your Menu shall be
for Christmas.
We have anticipated your wants
and oan furnish everything complete
for the Christmas dinner, from soup
to nuts.
Our special Holiday List tells the
whole story. Ask for It. ...... ..

AMERICAN GROCERY 00.
Main Store, O'Reilly 1. Phone A-2341
Branch Store (Vededo), No. 24 17th
Street. Phone F-1688.
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* BRIEF OITY NEWS. *4
9 *

Hugh Boyle, of Brooklyn, en route
for OCenfuegos tor a business visit, re-
turned on the Mexico after a seven
nuths!illl absonc.t.^


rison, N. Y., returning home to Cama-
guey, and IMaster Pedro A. Llurna,
rom Summit, N. J. returning home
to Cardena, were arrivals on the Mex-
ico. They are students who return
for the holidays.

John Slegenthaler, of Brooklyn, re-
turning to Cientuegoa, was a passen-
ger arriving yesterday by the Ward
line after an absence since last May.

Mr. and Mrs. William ,l. Eastman,


of Cleveland, Ohio, arrived yesterday
on the New York steamer to visit their
son, F. F. Eastman, of the Purdy and
Henderson Company.
Patrick White, of Perth Amboy, N.
J., returning to Matanzas, where he
has business interests, arrived yester.
day on the Mexico.
George Ruiz, of Neptuno S3, who left
here last month for a visit with his
father, returned on the Mexico yester-
day.
Mrs. Laskner, of New York, was a
passenger arriving by the Ward line
yesterday bound for the Isle of Pines
to join her husband, T. Laskner, of
Santa Barbara.
George H. Kydd, a piano manufac-
turer, of .Ontario, Canada, bound for
Ceballos, Cuba, to visit John H. Kydd,
his father, was a passenger arriving


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Western Ra
Reduced Round Trip T
ARTEMISA, $3.45. PASO REAL, $
Tickets on sale at the new Oentral Station ai
HAVAN)


ilway of Havana
touristt Tickets (First Class) to
06.12. HERRADURA, $6.57. PINAR del RIO, $7.78.
nd at the City Ticket Office THE WESTERN RAILWAY OF
A, PRADO 118, HAVANA,
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HAVANA CENTRAL RAILROAD
Unsurpassed hourly service of Electric Trains from 5 A. M. to 8 P. M. from the New
COentral Station to


-aowa yesterday on the New York steamer. GUANA A Y
MIN Frances B. Gray, of Cincinatt, h h
ate daughter ofiM. and Mrs. Adami h Mrs. Shehy and sonMasters on 31 miles west of Havana through charming rural scenery and famous tobacco and


h a her o Mi Burton accompanying lip, o f Boston, were passengers returning
Gry, nd her end Mss Katherine the Mexico bound for Cienfuegos toe pineapple plantations.
Burton, of Springfield, Ohio, were ar- ONE W A .. 5 CE TS... O E
rivals i on the New York steamer yeThey are p
teMa. MiLsse Gray comes on her an-h nars o
n.al visit with her brothers, R. A. o
and coseph Gray, of RavMcho r Boyeros, Mr and Mrs. Alexander ampignon,
avana, Miss Burton accompanying rof Paris, were passengers returning



vMaster Oscar C. Stapeton, on o siting New York on ine, return- e individuality and artistic merit and yet be moderatelyng
tor ao viie, on the New York steamer. They are
SMeic guests of the Inglaterra. Mr. Cam-
Miss Loulse E. Pollard, of Elizabeth pignon is of the firm of Campignon
N. J., was a passenger onthe Ward Br., fParis and Havana, importers U USAe THINGS FOR CHRISTMAS
line steamer arriving yesterday. Miss and dealers in diamonds.
Pollard came to visit Mr. and Mrs. A.r J HAVANA REMEMBRANCE SHOP
H. M aerbiaun, of rCarcel n Frank Steinhart, the president off I have selected with a good deal of care, these articles for
the Havana Electric railway, who was l, Christmas giving, trying to secure things that should pos-
Master Oscar C. Stapleton, son of visiting New York on business, return- ses individuality and artistic merit and yet be moderately
Captain and Mrs. Clifford H. Staple- ed yesterday on the Mexico. priced. From Idtaly and France and Germany, as well as
ton, of Vedado, returned yesterday on the Nrom NewwYou I have b t them. I shall be glad to
the Mexico to pass the holidays with 'William E. and Leonard E. O'Bryan,i have you examine the assoGrtment. I is not too early, for
his family. He is a student at Salts- Cevelant bound or Manacs, f many things there are no duplicates nd ou might





nual visits. They are wife and ddugh- buspnese visitors coming on tme Mexi-
burg, Pa. Cuba arrived by the Ward in6 yes- the one gift that would have just pleased you.
Mrs. Kennedy antl her daughter, HAVANA REMEMBRANCE SHOP
Mies Lillian, of Trumansburg, N. Y., William J. Shortell and James J. AVANA REME BAN E S P
were arrivals yesterday on the New'Gunn, of Providence, R. I., bound for M
York steamer. They are on their an- ianta Barbara, Isle of Pines, were!
nual visits. They are wife and daugh-business visitors coming on tne Mexi- aj r. F o ste r
ter, of Thomas F. and Thomas G. Ken-, co.
nedy, of this city. Mrs. and Miss Ken- -PRADO AND CENTRAL PARK.
nedy wilJ pass the balance of the win. Miss Carrie J. Jonea Mrs. Isabel 7
ter at the Maison Roil., Vedado!; Amba and Miss JenaIAE. Stephens,
of Cleveland, were tourists arriving 4
Miss Alicia Santa Maria, of No. 12 yesterday on the New York steamerS
Fourteenth street, Vedado, who was They will visit Mr. and Mrs. F. East- -____A__ __ ___Al___
visiting at the north, returned on the man, of Carmen 36, Havana. ...
ard line steamer yesterday. Theodore Orley and his son, Yrenh, MARQUES SERLING HR ST M A S T R
Mrs. George H. Mitchell, of West of Cleveland, bound for Clenfuegos, TO GO TO MEXICO
Newton, Mass., was an arrival on the on business arrived yeeterle y on the
Mexico yesterday and registered at New York steamer. 11 Vrs
Syesterdt New York President of Mexican Chamber of H olly Evergreen
the Inglaterra. Mrs. Mitchell is the H olly, Everg een,
wife of Captain Mitchell, United States Mrs. B. Sprowla, of Vedado, who deputies Cables His Congratula
navy, commanding the U. S. S. Pa, was north on a visit, leasing here tlons to New Minister.
ducat. She is bound for Cienfuegos November 2, retir'ned on the Mexico Maue e the late mini handles, Holders, Tincel, Glass,
to visit her husband. yesterday. ei Sr. Marquez Sterling, the late minis- 9
to vit her huband tar to Peru, has been appointed by
Mr. and Mrs. Harold R. True and James Culligan, oI Knowsville, N. President Gomes as minister to Mex- BalIs & Ornam ents.
their baby, Harold, of Newburyport, Y'. bound for the Isle of Pines, ar- co. He will leave for his new post
Mass., were passengers on the New rived yesterday by the Ward line. within a few days. US YOUR ORDER E RLY AND GET TH E
York steamer yesterday. Mr. True is Stin re d congratulations GIVE B T.
a chemist and he and family are re- Masters Malein and Norman Davis, by cable yesterday from Sr. Sanchez
turning to the Central Soledad, Clen- sons of Mr. and Mrs. Norman H. Davls, Arcona, president 6o the chamber of
fuegos tor the season. of Vedado, were students returning on depueso th Mexc rp CHICAGO M ARKETh
the A. W. Perry Saturday for the holl- cablegram said: ICAGO M ARKE
Charles M. Searey, a chemist, from days. "SIncerest congratulations over
Dohareste M ears. ,from sfor the Cn appointment. Your friends here are TEL. A-5176. EMPEDRADO 30-32. TEL. A-5176.
Dorchester, Mass., bound for the Cen-
tral Soledad, Clenfuegoa, for the sea- Guillermo Bchulz, of Cienfuegos, was awaiting you with joy.-Sanche Ar- HUSTON ONTRACTING COMPANY
on, was a passenger on the Ward line a passenger returning on the New con T L. UTON ON A TN CO P N,
steamer arriving yesterday. Yor steamer este Sr Sterling answered the cableagam HAVANA NO. 8, HAVANI,
as followRs:
steamer arriving yesterday. ]ar e a f oil .
Mrs. Ekerman, the wife of Captain Charles L. S-enlor, an exporter of greatly appreciate your generous 0 N T A T 0
W. Ekerman, the port captain of the New York, bound for Santiago, re- demonstration. In the first days of peolafty: Railroads, Wharves and Publ Construction. Telephone A, Tr4
New York and Cuba Mail Steamship turned on the Mexico yesterday after January, I wll have the mmese
Company at this port, returned on the a four months' absence. pleasure of arriving at the glorious A m eri an F u itr e
Mexico yesterday from a short visitMex You I
to New York. Captain and Mrs. Eker- Mrs. Armanda Abadin, of Cnue- and our friends receive my afAND SEE US. I RENT AND ELL FURNITUR
man are guests of the Florida, gosm who left here last JUly, returned tionate greetings." jI ME AND R FUR TURE
__ on the Ward line steamer yesterday. KILLC PEDRO VAZQUEZ, NEPTUNO 24
RtNNE'S` PAIN-KILLING MAGIC
and Mas L.s V. Place, of Ved Michael Etuna, of Marlbaro, Md., OIL I a marvelous household reme El Nuevo Mundo. Telephone A-4498. Havana, Cuba
dMa.se _.. o V. Place.e, f wa a nas enr on the New York dy. It cures cramp colic instantly. T ,. Eas ern Cuba Timbe. an a suar Lands


wno was attending cnool at new Yorkt
city, returned by the Ward line yes-
terday to pass the holidays with his
parents,
Albert I. H. Wheelhouse,' of White
River Junction, Va., bound for Santa
Barbara, I. of P, arrived yesterday on
the Mdexo.
Henry P. Kittredge, a cigar dealer,
of Qutncy, Mass, who waihere last
December, returned yesterday rn the
Mexico for a visit.
Philip uPss, of Brooklyn, returning
to visft Clenfuegos after a seven
months' absence, returned by the
Ward line yesterday.
Wasters Manuel and Tomas Gamba,
of this city, who were attending school:
at New York city and Cornwall-on-the.
HAun,-, 'tund the Now I ki l


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steamer arriving yesterday.
Mrs. lls and her sons, Masters
Robert and Allen, of Vedado, the fami.
ly of R. R. 1lis, of Harris Bros. Co.,
were passengers returning yesterday
on the Excelsior. They were absent
seven months visiting at their old
home at New Orleans and other cities.
J. 3. Bush, of Boston, of the Sight-
seeing Auto Company, was a passen-
ger arriving last evening. Mr. Bush
returned for the season.
Eugene Poujol, an engineer with the
Snare and Triest Company, who has
been located in Santo Domingo, W. I,
for some time, returned on the U xcel.
sior yesterday for a visit,
Frank 0. Robins, of F. ., Robins
and Co., who was north on a visit, re-


x son, returned, ow tne Now Yor
tared on the ElVmgeline last even-
Isleamer yesterday,


Paul '. Rerrman. of Brooklyn. ar
rlved on the Mexico yesterday. 1e
was returning to Clenfuegos for a
visit.


TO OURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Tate LAXATIVE BROMO-QUINE Tab.
lets. All druggists refund the money if
It fails to cure. h. W. Grove's sigma-


Master Emilo Leganoa, fsar Mar- t~te is en easo box.


Corrects nauseated stomach, heals
cuts, wounds and sores ou the sur-
face of the body. It is used Intern-
ally and externally. Sold by all drug-
feared.

CHRISTMAS SIRVI7
AT OATHO0IO CHURCH
Amerloan Fathere Will Conduct
SMas*es at 7, S, 9, 10 and 11
O'cloak-High Mass at 10.
The Christmas services at Oristo
Church, conducted by the American
fathers, fill consist ef mapse at T, A,
9, 10 and 11 oe'elock an Christmas
morning.
The 10 o'clock mass will be a solemn
high mass for which the following
musical program is arranged:
Gleria ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,., ,,.MullUer
Croede ,,.,, ,, ,., ......Leonard
Beneditus ........ .....Goonod
Angus Dei .......-.......... Gounod
An English machine makes rag
hearth rugs at the rate of one a mia-
Utak


J. .* r yVlay e U y for als. Large tracts Mineral Landr
for Sale or Leae. 8uourban Froppty Prado 111, over Ward Line Steam.
ship Office, Havana, Cuba. T, .. ''",


HAVANA CIGAR STORES
E. B. HORWITZ, PROPRIETOR.
HOTEL PLAZA.

Depository for the Finest 0Cban Oigars; American To.
bacco for Pipes; Egyptian Cigarettes.
We carry a full line of the best brands of Cuban Cigar
and Cigarettes and sell at wholesale prices.
BRANDS


H. UPMANN,
FERNANDEZ GARCIA,
C. BECK Y CA.
ROMEO Y JULIETA,
CALIXTO LOPEZ,
EDEN,
HENRY 0LAY,


MANUEL GARCIA ALONSO,


BOCK Y CA.
CABANAS,
CORONA,
VILLAR Y VILU
CAROLINA,
INTIMIDAD,
J. 6. MURIAS,


S '* CIGARETTES
SUSINI. AIRED, LA& MINENCIA.


FONSECA,
CASTANEDA,
PUNCH,
IR, PBTRONIO,
EL SOL,
PARTAGAS,
GENER,
OYVO DE MONTEREY.


SIBONEY. SOCK.


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UNITED RAILWAYS OF HAVANA
REDUCED ROUND TRIP TOURIST TICKETS (FIRST CLASS) TO
SMATANZAS. $4.0 CARDENAS.... $7.50 MADRUGA $4.00
.SANTIAGO DE CUBA, $36.17 CAMAGUEY .. $23.24 BATABANO .. $3.00
Tiokets good for 15 days except Batabano, which are good only on date of Issue; 15 days' stop-over privi-
leges on Camaguey, Santiago de Cuba and Antilla tickets; excursion tickets to Santiago good also for Antilla.
Connection at Santiago Jama a ad P
and Antlila for .....Jaca and Panama Canal

S Tiokets are on sale at the NEW CENTRAL STATION, and at the CITY TICKET OFFICE of the
? UNITED RAILWAYS OF HAVANA, PRADO 118, HAVANA.
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