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Title:
The Havana post
Uniform Title:
Havana post (Havana, Cuba)
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v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
Havana Post Corp.
Place of Publication:
Havana, Cuba
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daily (except monday)
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Newspapers -- Havana (Cuba)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cuba   ( lcsh )
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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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University of Florida
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THE MONEY AK
Inta ........4.24 Spanish silver
Centenes ....$5.31 Spanish silver
Am. dollar $1.09% Spanish silver


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CnGinnrESM N 'UR Latest Portrait of Mrs. Woodrow Wilson,
Who Is To Be Honor Guest at Breakfast l I




ARRIVES IN HAVANA BUT PREPARE FOR WAR

Erope Is Uneasy Over Aus
s Believed to Be S elated as!CABINET MEMBER PEN s nte asyArm
Next American Minister CABINET MEMBED 'A i JAFI SPENDS DAY trSa's Intentions as Army
fto Cuba. L Is .Still Mobilized.

HELD TO ACCOUNT RUSSIA IN SECRET
ROTH HOUSES OF
CONGRESS INDORSE inPREPARES TO FIGHT
SS supreme Court Appoints Judge Ate His Christmas Dinner as
Ham Been Life-Long Student of Con- Miyeres to Investigate Guest of Mr. Dodge, the Turkey Notifies Officers to Reassume
ditionrs n Latin America and I Now Secretary Carrera. American Minister. Their Commands Within 24 Hours.
Member of' Committee of Territorial Montenegro Gets Position Com-
(By Associated Press.) mending Austria's Adriatie Seaport.
Affairs--Talks Politics Here. An investigation of the bcarge of Panama. Dec. 25.-Presdent Tat
graft and fraud against Secretary spent a good part of his Christmas
Carrera of the department of public working. That is to say, he spent (y As Pr.
Judga A. W. ucker. of Colorado, works has been ordered by e I nspecting the central and Pa-( Associated Press.)
number of the Amecan house o [reme court. The charges are those diisins the cnal London, Dec. 2.-The spirit of
representatives. is hein eavana sped ade by General Julian BetancourL Cut, and the iortification s on the Palra 'peace and good will toward men,"
rereenatvtctono .spend.was observed In all of the nations iC n hefria on hn. P
ng a few days' vacation. e arrived and are extremely extensive. olffe side. was observed nr akely to e nations
last night and is a guest of the Hotl The supreme court did not order PThe president and Mrs. Taft ate t t the re o
Plaza. utb investigation of the charges their Christmas dinner as the guests a result of the Turco-Balkan strug-
ecod otbeecabinewerllhrstbesr w ainner heI gu.ethesspirit ohe C bri Tas -
Judge Rucker Is prominently me against the cabinet member without of Mr. Dodge, the American minsterg le. The spirit of the Christmas day,
cabre ful consideration beforehand. however, was only observed outward-
oned as the next sucesor to A. M careful consideration beforehandto Panama. Tonight he attended the
'G Inwardt Pa nama Tineght a he a trd
Beaupre, minister to Cuba. He hasGeneral Beaourt filed his brief Christmas ball given by President Iv. nwardl it is believed that sver
mnsetH naions were prepa2-ing for a terrlfk
the endorsement of the e,n' re west ern t ganst Sr. Carrera nParl d two weeks Porras. 'agl we e prea i pi f a teIted
and southern states delegaltions 0 ago and since that time the courtMr. Taft re d many ca str le which may be peelpitate
well as some o the aern nd mi had it under consideration. Ar.Ttnr. Tat receinds in the niedrany time.
tie west states, nc g lino, e The charges against the secretary etis ro frien in the e This feeling of apprehension Is due
It is understood that e has e of pay olls the spending of public Itved here from variouss sources. I
endorsement o llm Jennngs funds for electoral purposes and or NEGROES MAY BE LEFT the first place, Austria despite all
amn ChampnClark, speakerJ of the er similar offenses. avowals of peaceful Intentions,
ean, Champ Clar, speaker od the wa OUT OF ARMY AFTER AN no snt snher reserves back to their
house, and Oscar W. Underwood. of homes ater mobilizing
Alabama. the democratic floor lead FATE OF UNION MEN OFFIOERS' CONFERENCE homes after mobilizing them hur ed-
I. y as she did a few weeks ago. They
er. In the senate the Democrats have as she did a few wee ago. They
to a unit endorsed his cadacy. All ashingtonDe. 25.-The proposal remain prepared to go to active
things taken indore ons derauo t. o Al intpcstoee to eliminate the negro as an American service at short notice.
things taken into consideration it p. Argument Will Be Closed Either To- soldr Is a topic slated for o de Russia on the oler hand it
pears that he will e the 'neat Ame l- day or T orrow-26 Cunts soldier Is a topc slated for coderay Russ on th e other band it ,e
S e to the et mr- day or Te rrw- Ceut tion when the conference of the rank-Ilearned today is secretly areparir.g
an minister t llno Cuba. Aeadint DP!e t for war. Every possible effort to con-
Judge Rucker Is not in Havana up- Against Defendants. lng officers of the army takes placefor war. Every possible effort to
on any political mission. He s AhreJanuaryeal her preparations is made by Rus-
on any politicadbw n" by tHe strenuous a-S (y A ed Peome officers favoring the plan are sla, but despite all the facts have
ply "run down" by the strenuous af-1 ndianapolsl, Dec. 25-The cases of prepared to urge It on the ground hat been learned by the varion nat
fairs of congress and is here to spenIhP'_d.-labor. aofcialsa aused af n the Philippines the natives are said
._much needed vacation. WbLe per-IntthePhiippines the natives are saidd
hpse netred be expects to mn e ampi- oln the M Ni dna- to resent the appearance aniorg them MONTENEGRO ACTIVE.
mite plots all go to the jury within 7
brief study of Cuban conditions, he thirty-six hours, .The argument will the black troopers and that there The Montenegrins are especially act
s not here for that purpose. For thelos either tomorrow or Frid are signs of dissatisfaction in Hawaii, Ire on account of the Austrian atti.
past several years in congress Judge c there are twntys ounts a ainst I M ,- W )iOOW V/ N owing to the fact that the Twenty-itude. They hear that Austria wishes
Rcker, has been upon various com- each defendant. Twenty-f ie of hse fifth infantry, a egro organization to prevent Montenegro's oa-
mittees that kept him in touch with has been ordered to the islands tpatio n of Scutar" or to occupy Mount
afairb in Cuba, and he is perhaps counts provide fo penaltiesof eiht- form a permanent garrison. ILowehen as the price of Scuari's oc-
afrmor in Cuba, a s p p, months each and th other two owb atepiefS-r"
one of the best posted men in Ameri-emoadn r... Friends of the negro soldiers are cuparion.
can public life on conditions here. years. New York, Dec. 25.--Mrs. Woodrow reception at the Waldorf-Astoria Sat- A. Dix, Mrs. Grover Clevela nd, Mrs.eprin to mak a streuous fight The on tenegri ow
can public life on conditions here. -o-daiClar reIe oapera:Mrn Ci hatCmpr Clark, srp ng la k lt The Montenegrlns now hold Mount
Judge Rucker is a typical southern ilson and her daughters were the urdy, December Mrs. Cap in their behalf, pointing to their spl n- 'owehen. which dominates Gulf
dr. He is a native.born Kentuckian,WILSON SPENT HIS s a er a ter ereyer Among the wo Mrs. Judson Harmon, Mrs. Oscar Un- did record n time of war in Cuba and Cattar, Austria's Adriatic stronhold
and possesses all the ourtly man- CHRISTMAS IN BED guests at a victoryr" breakfast and r.n who were present are Mrs .John dervood and Mrs William J. Gayrnor. in the philippines. land Lbey declare that they prefer -
andrS oee ll the 'url m, in thand they declare that they prefer cx-
ners of the "To the manor born." At ____ termination before yielding their p-
an early age he enlisted In the Con- Illl i IPP Ifll f l lfT RSh cen e
ranearly a he enlisted in the Con- Santa Claus Was Good to President ISUFFRAGE IS U IN Tsition. Rather than release Lowehe,
federate army and was assigned to Elect, Delivering Him Presents t bey declare they will renounce non
Joe Shelby's brigade in Price's army r by Wagon Load. BRITIS CO LUMBIA arl.
of the west. After severe fighting hel (C d T KE N b BRITISH OLUM A t
was promoted to the rank of captain.! (By Associated Press.) Vancouver. B. C., Dec. 25.-The ques- TURKEY'S DEEP GAME.
In 1862 he was captured by the federal Princeton, N. J., Dec. 25-Wodrowio or woman suffrage is shortly to I
troops and confined in prison until Wiljrn spent his Christmas day in a'acome before the new pro l The Turkish government prom
the end of the war. bed suffering from sla grippe. He was .ament. and t s said that public teleraphed counter proposals to t e
tI believe, suhnd said the judge in sferrted much better today. The aoplnion has undergone such a radicalsubmitted by the Turkish delegates
that delightfulsouthern drawl, "that president-elect received many pres- Captain Knight Sends Search- Cavalry Have to Rescue Him Immigration Officials May De-change on the subject that the suffrage at the peace conference yesterday.
Woodrow Wilson will'be a great presi- cents. They came by the wagon load. are practically assured of secur-hat these counter proposals c
dent. He has the interest of Cuba at _e ers in Vain for Lost on His Return rnom Vaca- cide He Is anUndesirable Is parliamentary enfranchisementor is 'not stated.
heart, and I think he will do the very CANADIAN ICE RACES. Seaman. tion in Switerland. Passenger within the next fifteen months.
best for the Pearl of the Antilles. TURKS WANT WAR.
"Of course all we Democrats of the Toronto, Ot.,Dec. 2.Harness STEAMERS COLLIDE. The dispatches from Constantinople
west were or Champ Clark atseen th racing on the ice, which of late years T. Puppa a quartermaster f he (By Associated Press.) say that the press Is unanimous in
beginning, bute omihen t was seen that has become one of the most popular Ward line steamer Havana, threw a Lisbon. De. 25.-The oitical situ- Washington, Dec. 25.-Whether Ci- Liverpool, De. 25.-The Cunard declaring that the conditions for peace
turne ould to Governor Wison."ated we ll of the Canadian winner sports, wa all of gloom over whatwould have action on account uf the dadlo bepriano Castro, former president of line steamer Carolina inward boundproposed by the allies are unacept
rne youo Gobelievernor Wilas ason.ked inaugurated here yesterday with theotherwise been a unclouded Christ- tween the Democrats and the onser-Venezuela, ill be permitted to land in from New York, collided last night able. They say that it would be far
"Do you believe,"r, tht W was asked Ju dgbe opening of a ten days' meting undermas eve for the many passengers vatives is d lo rapidly nto the United States is being considered Crosby channel with steamer GCo- preferable to take up the fight again
tucker, ina W .l J.n ryanewt c heve feor the many passengers nrilla. T:wo plates on the Carona's
.. the auspices of the local club. Th e w h ee ell -overboardo.and wasmost serious at of ars. Premier 1by officials of this government. He a t C lina' at once.
placed in Wilson's cabinet?s., jail if.. .. ....tempts... .. It is re, port ow were, damaged, while. --.-
AToronto meeting will be followed bydrowned Tuesday afternoon lmeida on his return today from a racs jail if he attempts it. It is re- ort bow were amage, w e t
(Continued on Page Two.) meetings in Montreal and Ottawa. Puppa was onthe gangway ladder vacation in S izerland, was atackedported that he has started rom Pas Gorilla was damaged at the er. (Ctiued o age
San a by a mob. Ito New York The atate department
when the accident happened. The Ha-
Florida Universit Eleven Puts a asat e time eight miles A great rit ensuedand the le f through its consulaagent, has bee England Interested in Co ing
north Fow Roc. The sea w the premier was in considerable dait- keeping a close watch on Castro. En an
calm andthere was no, wind, and ger. Only the tlmAey arri al of the Technically, there is no charge
It A lldado Tennis Club there s no acountin for their avalr probably saed him. The against Castro, though the treatment Peace A anniversary Celebration
I A l Oident except that the officer must heseizedhim and escorted h.i to him he meted out to the members of the
dent except that the officer must ave
Bere an audience of 1,50repr- ball to the 20-yard line. By a series lost his footing. om while a heavy military guard diplomatic corps in Caracs whl he London. Dec. 25.-Few public move the Church of England; science and
senta~tive Havanians, including Gen- of end runs andOfreak plays the ballV was not moI-sted t zuela and hisdisregard for every rep- approval and support of so large a ties. the heads of royal societies and
eral Menocal the president-elect thewas carried by Florida to the Vedado's OVERBORD. The president has aske the pr- resetation made by the Ameran number of prominent men as he plan various other important ersonalities
University of Florida eleven defeated 20-yard line. Taylor and Teon, Flori- It was just 2:40 o'clock when the m'er to paron .rebisop Brelareba and minister in the Interests of Americans for a joint international celebration n those domains.
the Vedado Tennis tlub yesterday da's star halfbacks, being the princi-Ithrilling cry of "Man Overuoard Bishops Por'.ltla and Lam go. who who held valuable concessions, in- of the one-hundredth anniversary of The lord mayors of the principal
afternoon by a score of 27 to 0. The pal ground gainers. Just here a pretty shocked the passengers-on the Ha-o
game, which was played in en minute fTorward pass Tenny to Hester netted vana. The cry was given by the mnt- were banished or three years from censed the state department against peace among Engllshpeaking peo- cities, the governors of many colonies,
quarters was interesting from start ~to Florida's first touchdown. Taylor b hers of the crew who had seen Puppa duoc.sesb. The premier refused. him. p ipes. The meeting o eld at the Man. and former colonial admLnistrators
I I-- -- "'- i Furthermore, there has been a tacit sion House in London Wednesday over prominent among them Lord Cromer.
finish, many thrilling plays being missed a difficult goal from touch- fall. REPUBLIC IS QUIET. unde .andtng that American influ-lwhich Earl Grey, former governor gen- the 'Earls of Elgin and Mlntc, and
pulled off. down. Score, Florida 6, Vedado 0. r .- nce should be used to prevent Cas- eral of Canada, presided, was the first Lord Roberts. Lord Rothschild and
Coach Ple and h Florida ga The bl as again put into ply, ER PPED Washington, Dec. 25.--Installation tro from returning to Venezuela and public announcement of the project on Lord Beresford complete the list.
tors appeared upon the field first, and Vedado kicking off to Florida, and Captain Knight brought the Havana of ArChbishop Noelil as tempqraury destroying te peaceful codil.ltouns and this side of the Atlantic. One of the projects of the English
after a short signal practice returned after Florida had carried 'the ball to the quickest possible stop and at president of San Domingo has so ruchelations with foreign countries. which The list of vice-preeldents embraces committee for this celebration Is the
to the bench. The Vedado warriors steadily down the field, the quarter the same ilme orders rang out quickly, improved the situation that i't is ex- the government of President Gomez 100 names. Mr. Asquith, the prime purchase of Grace Manor, th.e old
then appeared amid a storm of ap- ended with the pigskin in Florida's f5or the manning and lowering of a pected the battleship New Hampshire ,ow enjoys. minister; Sir Edward Grey, secretary home of the Washington family, whih
"plause, and after running a few pre- possession on the Vedado 24-yard line. lifeboat. which was sent 'o the island to guar-i Officials of the immigrationn service, of state for foreign affairs. and eleven still stands in a good state of preset-
iminary plays, the game was called From this point in the second quar- ante good order at the capital, will it has been suggested, might prevent other members of the cabinet headhration. It is hoped also to plah a
at 3 P. m. ter Florida carried her second touch-SEARCHED N VAIN. sail for hbme tomorrow. the landing of the ex-president as anithe list, followed by the principal buster of George Washington in West.
The Vedado warriors appeared to down over by a pretty line play 'by Within ten minutes Drom the time undesirable alien. members of the last Conservative mmn- minster Abbey, Harry Brlttain, who i
be heavier than their opponents but Tenny. Taylor kicked good. Score, the quartermaster fell overboard, a DYNAMITER IN JAIL. | istry; Mr. Bonar Law, the leader of secretary of the English branch of the
during the course of the game it was Florida 13, Vedado 0. life-boat was over the spot where he --I New York, Dec. 25.-The cable dis- the Unionist party, and J. Ramsay Pilgrim Club and a member of the e.
seen that Florida made up foratheir Florida kicked off. Platt, who had disappeared. Only his cap Los Anreles, Dec .25 -A writ of patches announcing that Cipriano Cas-MacDonald., leader of the labor party. ecutive committee for the peace cen-
lihteight ,by their speed and ver- starred durngthe entire game, made marked where he had sunk.' He was a abeas conrpus asked by attorneys for tro. deposed president of Venezuela., The church is represented by the tenary, will visit the United Statse
all it r of formations and attack. several pretty runs for the Vedado poor swimmer it is thoughL He was Carl Riedelbach, the "human bomb."' under the alias of Rui, is a passenerArchbishop of Canterbury, Cardinalrand Canada in January to make ar
Florida won the toss and chose to and then kicked 60 yards to Heeter, seen to sink thrre times. As he went who threatened several weeks ago to on board the Touralne, of the French Boune, of the Roman Catholic church, irangements with the overseas organ-
receive the kick off. Platit, Vedado's who was downed in his tracks. Florni- down the last time he was seen to blcw up the police station, was denied line, bound for New York, has caused..tbe heads of the Various non-conform-lz nations for the joint elebraUton whlh
star fullback, kicked to Hester. Flori- _today by Judge Willis. The dynamiter P esnt bodesnd bshop ll bein late in
day's quarterback, who returned the (Continnued on Page )Thre (C(Continued on Page Three.) i ,,-,i n r tri' (Colned on Pave Three.) st Protestant bodies and bishops ofw begin late in


SUGAR MARKET.
Havana ........ ............4%
Centrifugal 96 ..........lls. 1%d.
Muscovado 89 .............9s. 3d.
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T AV AVANA DAILY POST


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I thinks It one of the coming nations'
IQUOR MENMY : b teEPIDEMIC IN
L rom. an Industrial and agricultural
U I IMIL standpoinlt and within the near fu.
Sure will be one of the Western Hemi-
MAKE ,A PROTE T !ispere's most valuable possessions.
MAKE-A PROTEST: 0 1 GEORGIA SERIOUS
NATIONS OBSERVE XMAS
BUT PREPARE FOR WARiTwelve Deaths and Six Oases
They Do Not Like President's (Continued From Page One) of Spinal Meningitis
Decree Raising Their Reported.
LONG DRAWN OUT.
Bond to $5,000. The quickness with which Turkey
---ubmitted counter proposals causes Augusta, Ga., Dec. 25.-Dr. Theo-
the assumption that the peace nego- dore G. Kershaw, who has charge of
The distillers of Havana are up in stations will be long drawn out. I' is the treatment of the spinal meningitis
arms against the government on ac-iprobable that the time will be taken epidemic around Midvllle, and who
count of the devee of President Go-,p by the delegates bargaining with has been put In charge of the whole
met raising their bonds from $1,,s-, each othEr. county by the Burke county authorl-
to $6,00. They claim that the rais-,
tTeties, stated in a long distance tele-
ing of the bond will not bring about ITURKEY PREPARES. none conversation tonight that he is
the results that the government de- Constantinple dgeng the situation in hand. TWo ne!.
sires, ,but will work unnecessary hard- A dispatch from Constantinople d-getg the situation in hand. T new
ship upon those distillers wh have cares that the government has rfr.csases developed today, two suspectr.
hip y s observed d are still observ-e nallv nollfied all ofrrlers that they are being held in detention camp,
always observed and are still observ-
ag the tret letter o f the aw. must assume their respective corn- there has been one death during the
The object t of te government In hands within twenty-four hours. day and four cases have shown Im-
The object of the government In provement. The record to date Is
increasing the tax is to provide a
Inreasr fund theaxs to provide a U. S. MARINES MIX. twelve deaths, six serious cases now
f greater fundst the igoernml revenue Constantinople, Dec. 25.-American under treatment, one recovering and
frauds against the internal revenue marines from the gunboat Scorpio.n two new suspects.
law are discovered. A few days ato while enoying Christmas Inridlged in Dr. Hastings Wymann. of Alken,
a distiller in this city was foUnd to
have defrauded the government out o a Ire.e-for-all fist fight here today. her. was called to Midville, arriving there
asve defra thousa g of d s by f jackies tried to wipe the floor with today. and has been assisting Dr. Ker-
aly thousands of dollars b. ah several persons, including the mill. shaw in efforts to stay the further
g~ to par. attache of the Spanish legation spread Dr. Wymann leaves tomorrow,
goods, but his bond ony aumoInted to The cause of the rgiht is not known the situation being In charge of Dr.
51,000, and it is doubtful if the gov-I
em$1,0, and wil er obtaf f e O- as yet, ft is believed to havebeen Lowe, Dr. H. F. Bent and Dr. Ker-
ernment *will ever obtain more and
mill be compelled to fight the case principally due to the fact that the shaw.
through the courts. To prevent fur- nartnes did not like the looks of the Dr. Kershaw stated tonight that he
other loss c, or at least lessen them. Spaniards. had conferred with the authorities of
ws the object of the president's de- the Central and Georgia and Florida
a e e GREEKS CLAIM VICTORY. railroads, and notified them of the
The liquor dealers on their part de- Athens, Dea. 25.-The Greek army quarantine which he has established.
care that the fact that there are has driven the Turks from the Klarl Those roads will sell no tickets to
frauds being committed is only due Defile, where they entrenched after Midville and will take no passengers
the -ax methods observed in the in- their defeat at Gorilza. The Greeks away from that place until the quar-
al reveare continuing the pursuit n the dantine s raised. The Georgia and Flor.
ternalt revi e deprpr meant They reaction of Liaskovlki. ida has agreed not to even stop pas-
say that 'lth proper methods and at-
tention to business on the part of the R S enger trains in the town.
government employes all distillers TURKS AiR REPULSED. I.
would continue at their present bnd Cettinje, De. .-he Turks made STATE AID GIVEN.
a sortie today from Tirabaseh and
of $1,000 and there would be few a sortie today from gri barch and Atlanta, G., Dec. 25.-In response
frauds and If there were they would ced the Mnte ri forea o appeals for assistance from Mid-
be promptly discovered. ville, Ga., a representative of the state
ALLIES ARE ANXIOUSoard of health was today ordered to
MAY APPEAL DECREE. that place to aid n the fight against
o nLondon. Dec. 25.-The Times rhink eD
The attorney of the liquor dealers" tendon. Dee 2B.-The Imee rhinks b epidemic of spinal meningitis. Dr.
association has the decree of the pres-1the allies are anxious to avoid delay. H. F. Harris, director of the board, an-
ident under consideration and ma-, in the peace negotiations as each day bounced today that he bed telegraphed
decide to appeal to uoe courts. they are in arms coats them about to Dr. R. E. Park, of Boston. Mass.,
S3,000,000 francs. to proceed at once to Midville. A
The Times says that the equani- quantity of serum to be used In treat-
CONGRESflMAN RUCKER mity of Servia in the face of Aus-ing patients also has been forwarded
tria's armament tends to substantlatto that place.
ARRIVES IN HAVANA the rumor that the governments rt of
(Continued rA Page One.) Austria and Sen-ia are negotiating di- RELIEF IS SENT.
(Continued frm Pae One.)__ ect with a view to a political ani
"Well," said he, "I believe it he commercial agreement and that Ilus- Savaunah, Ga., Dec. 25.-A supply
wants a cabinet position he can get it. Fia is exerting her good offices In the of antitoxin was sent from Savannah
Truly speaking. I do not think he cause of peace. today to the stricken section. Health
wants to get into the cabinet. But authorities here are in touch with the
should he ask to be made secretary GREEKS BOMBARD VILLAGE. situation in Burke county.
of state 1 do nor see ow P'regdent ( CiTlantinopTc',"Dc. 25.-Tr'T I re- --
Wilson can turn him down." ported from the Island of Chios, off MONEY IS FOUND.
"Well, judge. what about the Bull'the Turkish Asiastic coast, that the
Moose party; Its future and probable'Greek have bombarded the village of[ San Marcos, Texas, Dec. 25.--Ff-
successes?" Pitos, where the Ottomaen wounded teen hundred dollars in currency,
"I believe the Democratic party will are In a hospital. It is stated also identified as part of the 517,000 stolen
bury the bull moose party with rei- that the Greeks forced the Mussulman from the Kyle State bank at Kyle,
sonable honors. Congress will un- islanders to sign an address to the Texas, when the bank vault was dy-
doubtedly pass a bill against the Ottoman garrison advising Its surren- namited several days ago, was un-
third term, and if it does that pre. der and notifying it of the defeat of earthed by telephone linemen who
empts Colonel Roosevelt from a the Turkish fleet by. the Cireeks. were placing poles (in a ireeldence
probable re-election, which means the The commander of the garrison in street here today. The money was
death of the Bull Moose party." reply to the address satd. he would:buried several Inchee below the sur-
Judge Rucker believes In Cuba. He resist surrender to tue utmost, face of the street.

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EDDIE BURKE RENEGES; CHRISTMAS JOY RIDE
FAILS TO ANNOUNCE R RESULTS IN A DEATH
NEW VOCABULARY Two Others Are Seriously Injured and
The friends of Eddie Burke, thel Four More Slightly So-All
e frindsl f Vd ue, t Havana Clerks.
wel knwn Nw Yrk urfmn- ara


Because we have no agent in
Cuba at this time, we are handling
all orders diet from our head-
quarters in Jew Yark City and
charging nothing for the troube-
nothng for the freight-nothing far
the custom duties. This is, of course,
only good up to January 1st.
This time is opportune for n
Christmas present of the Pianol."
Piano-the gift which is a pleasu r
for a lifetime for the entire family
for your friends and guests--the ir.
strument which anyone can play
with lovely expression;--the piano
which teaches children to love
music and play by hand.
This is the only Pianola Piano.
made by the Aeolian Company- *
and possesses the famous Metro-
style,Themodist, Graduated Accom-
paniment, etc. It costs from $550
upwards-free to Hava-ana only


Aeolian Hall


JAIL FOR DANDIES
WHO CARRY CANES
Berlin Also Will Bar Trains on Wom-
en's Dresses and Falsetto
Singing.


Piano


F.O.MB. ana


individual freight charges outside of
Havana. We guarantee careful
personal selection.


New York


LA CASA DE HIERRO,


OBISPO 68


O'REILLY 51.


e -----n" We are the oldest and largest Jewet
greatly disappointed yesterday when
e annty diapointed yesterday when Pedro Lopez, a Spaniard, was killed, (By Associated Press.) dealers %f the city. We have been
completed his Spanih vocabulary- while Manuel Calvo and Nicolas Al- New York, Dec. 25.-Police regula- selling ftr many years the best kinds
of to ords Iv will b d varez, also Spaniards, were seriously tons which are to be put into effect of diamonds, pearls, sapphires, rubles
of two words. It will be recalled injured yesterday as a result of a in Berlin, Germany. on the 13th of and other precious stones, either
fome me. agoe e, in strictest comn- Christmas joy ride In an automobile April will bar whistling and cane loose or artistically set, worked by
fodence relatend- he had been "coming luls Negrete, Sverino Ares and Jose swinging and prohibit persons walking the most famous jewelers In London
to Havana off-and-on for the last ten Alfonso and Jose Perez, all Spanish more than three abreast on the streets. and Paris, where we possess import-
years." In that time he had only clerks employed at Monserrate 117, Copies of the regulations, as received !'nt branches also. Our watches for
learned one word of Spanish-that were also slightly injured. here, include other unusual restrie. ladies and gentlemen are fully garan-
word he refused to tell to his most The party had left Havana in an tions, as follows: teed, because they proceed from the
Intimate irlends. It I uders too automobile which they hired as a cli- No windows or doors of houses. test warch makers in Switzerland.
sporting circles he had been holding max of a jo'ousa celebration of Christ- flats, shops or restaurants in which Alihough we are chiefly jewelers, we
out against George Condinmas eve. When near San Antonio de music Is being played may be kep1 give special attention also to other
he had hoodwinked into believing he ls Balos the machine struck a pile open artistic lines, such as rich Porcelalas
could speak more Spanish than the of stone on the roadside and threw a No whistling, singing, shrlekinc. from Dresden, Sevres. Seville and Bo-
king of Spain. Later Eddie confided, tire, and turned a somersault. shouting or loud talking of any kind henia. Sterling Silver objects arag-
ot for publication, however, that likely to endanger the quiet of the ing from the lowest to the highest
had learned the first half of the new eets is to be permittedpri:es Perfumes rom the bst
word. For the last half, he intimated 4 CHINESE GIRLS ia'sreets is to be permitted.
rd r t last al, e mated'4 CHINESE GIRLS Teamsters in charge of wagons, French manufacturers and a full line
he had secured the services of a walk- tram'. or trucks loadd wth re of articles beautifully designed In
lug dictionary, who old not Ikeel RESCUED BY U. me. or trucks loaded with resoundoi- c ea l
Ing dictionary, who aid not keep! RESCUED BY U.S. :ng metal of any kind'are forbid.1 white triple plated metal. We also
awake all the time, and In due course POLICE IN FRISCO den to drive in a manner calculated to have a special department for China-
he expected to master the last half. cause nerve-shattering noises. ware in vhlch handsome crystal and
He also announced that Christmas' (By Associated Press.) No paper, remains of fruit cigars or Iprcelain sets are carried in stock.
day e would ake a wonderful San Francisco Dec. 5.-fter cigarettes may be thrown into the e are also proprietors of "VER-
gual debut. Christmas day cards with InWhe aILLES. o 84 Obipro aed t 3 Or Reolly
gall ts splendor. Chrimas enday cae h threading a labyrinth of dark passag.- street. 1AILLES," 4 Obtspo and 73 O'Reilly
a red ts splen Edda e fiends gath- ways, battering down the doors and The dragging of clothing of any St.els, a similar establishment chief.
at the Plaza to hear the newfinding themselves blocked by an im- ind-woman's dress or .nytbhin.? selling furniture and lamps.
word. Imagine their surprise when
dhe strode out and nnourncsed w passable steel barrier, Captain Fran\ -apable of producing dust is pro- -O
he strode out and announced: Ainsworth and a squad of United hibited. HIERRO & CO.,
"Bhoys, I've been so busy I haven'-1
had time to get the twist of that nen'- states immigration Inspectors found ---- --- TELEPHONE A-253.
word. However. e to gt te t t of tt nw Chinese slave girls yesterday in
word. However. I know enough of
....Hoer... ..an Improvised prison, formerly used IAMI YACHT L A U N I V E R S A L "r
the lingo of this great and happy coun-f an I ambp i house f d A UNIVER A
try to do the honors. Watcher goln' for a gambling house. VISITS HAVANA THE OLD PAWN SHOP.
to have? Me, Il'l take thhe sat" e raiders fopd a passageway en-
and the matter yet hd n abe tearing through two brick panels lead- The power yacht Montana, of the ANTIQUE JEWELRY
an ce. Ir a ng to the room where the girls were Miami Yacht Club, Capt. Seymona UJ
______ concealed. Loy Yoe, a Chinese of lo. Dane, owner, entered the harbor Tues- 10 ANGELES ST.. COR. ESTRELLA.,
LLIN SIGNScal prominence, was arrested on a day. The Montana left Miami Friday We invite Tourists to call.
MULLIN GScharge of having harbored the wom-lcalling at Key West. Mr. and :Mrs.
ean. Jack Harley, Mrs. Fielder Lang and CURIOSITY STORE
Detrott, Dec. 25,--Ptcher George It was learned last night that since her daughter Kate, and Captain ar Ui O
Mlin today sin is contract to recent raids the price of slave girls Mrs. J. C. Keeney are guests aboard.
Ilay with toe Detroit An ricean lef- has risen, and that as much as $4,000 They will visit the Isle ot Pines and Foreign Newspapers, Magazines,
gue team 1913. In point of service, apiece is being offered for women. the Bahamas before their return, The Guide Books, Eta.
emult is the oldest member l ,e N ----- ----- otMontana is a small yacht of ten tons,
team. having already played twelve w' with a crew of three. Her speed is
,ears with Detroit. SNOW IS FALLING nine knots.

SERVICE POR ARKANSAS. IN TENNESSEE ANDAMERICAN RELEASED. 1e
THE SOUTHWEST RELEASED. end e. rendedoreb
New York. Dec. 25.-The super- El Paso, Texas, Dec. 25.-J. I Mor- erR MA par
dreadnought Arkansas, with the yo- (By Associated Press.) l ris. roadmaster of the Mexican North C"nn'Rp C


m!ng, the .lighbiest of American bat.- Nashville. Tenn., Dec. 25.-Naahvllle western railroad. arrived here rday de P edro rbort 1illUJ
tleshlps, today was presented with a Christmas celebrators early today after being released by rebels belo,' Obi 0 63 ~jd "
handsome silver service in behalf of faced a fall of sleet, later succeeded by Juarez and forced to walk to the bor b --p
the state whose nam e h bears. The snow. The snowfall Is general over,der He said he was treated well by
service consists of many pieces and Is middle Tennessee. but the local weath- Salazar. ahp had ordered his deten-.THE BLACK CAT SCARF AND TIE
one of the most elaborate ever pre er bureau looks for only a light or tion when Morris exLtnguished a fire PINS are the signs of GOOD LUCK.
heated so an American man-of-war. moderate fall. on a railroad bridge. 63 OBISPO STREET

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Right Hbere in Havana-You


CanBuyatNewYorkPrices

Ony Until January Ist


We, ourselves, pay all carrying charges-all
duties, and give you the full benefit of the low
prices now existent in New Yorf City. This is a
concession such as has never before been made by
the Aeolian Company. It is more than probable
-it is almost certain that you will never again be
able to purchase for so low a figure the only


Pianola


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THE EAVANA 'IWAlET TITI'


PAGE SVELW


FUMAGALI & SONS
Correspondents of 8TERNBERGER, SINN and Company, Members of the
New York Stock Exchange, 60 Broad way, New York. Orders to buy and
sell stocks and bonds for Investment a or on margin promptly executed
by cable on the Now York market. Give up orders accepted on New York
Stock Exchange Houses. CUBA 84.




Late News of the Markets

NEW YORK STOCK QUOTATIONS

Sent by Sternberger, Sinn and Company, members of the New York Stook
Exchange, 60 Broadway, New York, to FUMAGALI AND 8ONS, Cuba


84, Havana.
STOCKS.
6 p.c. Amalgamated Copper .............
American Can ..............d....
6 p.r Atchison .................... ...
4 p.c. American Smelting ..............
10p.c. ieaigh Vahey ................ ...
5 p.u. Brocklyn Rapid Transit .........
10p.c.Caiadian Pacific ............4....
5 p. c. Chesapeake and ObJo ..........
C p.c. Consolidated Gas ...............
5 p.c. 9:. Paul ........ ................
Erie ........... ...........- ...
Interborough Metropolitan, con,....
Missouri, Kansas and Texas.....
Missour! Pacific ............ ....
?p. Great Northern, pfd. ...........
5p.c. New York Central, ex-dv...........
4 p.c. Tennessee Copper ............ 4....
7 p.c.Northern Pacific ............4....
4 p.c Mexican Petroleum ..............
6 p.c. Reading ......... ..... .......
10 p.c. Union Pacific ............. ...
Southern Railway ................
6 p.c. Southern Pacific ............ ....
5p.c. United States Steel, com. ........
7 p.c. Lousville and Nashville .........
6p.c Baltimore and Ohio ........... I
5 p.o. American Beet Sugar ...........
Wabash, pfd. .....................
8 p.c. General Electric ............... ..
7 p.c. American Can, pfd. ............d....
10 pc. Lrhigh Coal ......... ..........
Westinghouse Electric ...........
California Petroleum .............

OBSERVAT
SHARES SOLD, 11r,0nO.

BONDS. Bid. Asked
Closing-4 p. m.
Bonds, Cuba Speyer5 p.c.112 115 Lon
Interior Debts U S. Cy. 5 Lor
p. c ................ 104 108 Par
1st Ayuntamlieno, 6 p. c..116 120 Ger
2nd A.untamiento, 6 p. c ll 116 Gwr
Gas Compan\. 6 p. c.....116 125 ilTr
Havana Electri. 3 p. c... Nominal [Spa
United Railways,. F p c. .115 ... I Dis
Conool. Gas. and Electric.106 107 I


Open.
751,
31
105(
71%
171%
89%
259,
79
141
112
31%
161%
27
41%'
130 '2
10S%
3-4
120',
73%



105
67%
160%1


High.
75 7

105%
72%
17111
92%
2601,
79
141
112%1
317's
19 '.
27
41%'
130%
108'-
38%4
120%A
74
167%
159%
27 ~
106
677
15034


Low.
75
30
105%
71%0
171%
89%
259
79
141
112
31%
154
27
41 .
13 11
108.
384
121n"'
734
1'67%
169%
27%
105
67%
150%1


Close.
75%
311'
1054
72%
171%
92%
25S9%
79
141
112%
311
10%
27
41%1
130%
1048%
38%
120%
74
167%
159%
27%
105
67%
1504,


MOVEMENT


OF SHIPPING


News of the Day Along IHa
vanB 's Waterfrs t-Ships
Arriving and Departing.


ENTERED.
American steamer Havana, Ward
line, Capt. F. B. Knight, master, from
New York, with 190 passengers, 141
saloon. 81 Intermediate and 18 second
class, and cargo.

American power yacht Montana, MI-
ami Yacht Club, four days out from
Miami, via Key West. with seven pas.
sengers. Arrived Tuesday at 11 a. m,
four days at sea.

British steamer Tinhow, Capt. E. N.
K. Blackmore, master, three days out
from Mobile, with general cargo.

British steamer Evangeline, P. and
0. line, Capt. A. Ellis, master, from
Key West, with 20 passengers, 14 first
and 6 second class, mail and cargo.

British steamer Berwindvale, Ber-
wln-White Coal Mining Company,
Capt. Williams, master, with cargo
coal for Havana Coal Company.

British steamer Pinar del Rio,
American Cuban S. S. line, Capt. Mac-
Kenzie, master, from New York, with
cargo.


In4% 1044% 104% 104% SAILED.
5i1 5',, 5604 50%
135 13i, L 174 American steamer Ruby, at 8:50 a.
1334 1S3Le 1834 1834 m', for Cardenas. Arrived December
116i4 116 1168% 1161, 18, five days out from Newport News.
225 2256 226 22r?
..... ..... .. 79 Norwegian steamer Falknias, at
S54 7'15 a. m., for Cardenas. Arrived De-
;cem ber 21, seven days out from Bos-
rIONS.
TTESDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1912. British steamer Cayo Bonito, at
7:20 a. m., for Galveston Arrived De-
Bank- Com-i .
EXCHANGE. Bankme rcilcember 1.5 twenty-nine days out from
idon, 3 days ......... 19% 19' Antwerp. _
idon. 60 days .... .... 15% 18' _.
is. 3 days .......... % 5 04 British steamer A. W. Perry, at
is. ,3 days. 5........ ~ 11 a. m.. for Key West. with 19 pas-
rmany', 3 days ........ 3% 3%
man., t days ..... ... sengers, 16 first and 3 second class,
man. tts, 6 days ...9... % 2 mail and cargo.
tpd States, 3 days ... 9% 9, 1


in. S days ..........
count com. paper ....


Cuban Exierior, 4% c..l101 107 'French Rentes ...............S9. 70<-.
Cuban Telephone. 6 p. c.. 92'.2 105 :Consols ........... .........75 15-16
Discotint Bank of England .....5 p.c.
l United Railways ................ 8
STOCKS. Bid. Asked. i

National Bank of Cuba..117 125 Spanish silver .......... 99% p99
United Railways......... 987' 9 Greenbacks .............1094 109%,
Havana Electric, pfd .... 1051 106 '
Havana Electric. com .... 95s 96 SUGARS.
Cuban Telephone ....... 90 s1 923 I Cane-juice sugar, 96 deg, pol., at the
Territorial ............. 1110 14I warehouse ...... ...............4
Beneficlaries............. 19' 25 MIola.es sugar, 89 pol., at the
r_- i rn IQL. 69 75 wmarehnlse 1.a


VESSELS DUE.

Spanish steamer Nlartin Saen. Capt.
Jimenez, from Barcelona.

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

British steamer Honorlusna, Houston


line, Capt. Roberts, from Buenos Aires
and way ports.

Austrian steamer Fmillia, Austrian-
American line, Capt. Ribarlch, from
Trieste.


j ure iu M u .,. .. ..... -- I .-. ..... ................. Brirtish steamer Cayo Gt Tano, The
iCuban Steamship Co., Ltd.. Capt. An-
La Esperanza The Oldest Curiosity Shop in derson, left London, October 4.
the Island of Ouba.
75 O'Reilly Street, Havana. t Isln Spanish bark Agapito Cagiga, Capt.
75 O'ReillyStreet, Havana. A N T I Q U I T I E S Mora. from Barcelona.
RAMON CANALS. PROPRIETOR AND D
English Spoken. C U R I O S I T I E S British steamer SuLleJ, Capt. Brown,
______________________-_ from Calcuila.
Ihc rh nk POLLUTE your clothes by drench. _____
h I iC ing with dirty water from thelf Austrian steamer Gerty, from Tri-
mouths. This is disgusting ana un- ese.
T h e C h ink s Vanitary. Send your linen to-
EL BUEN GUSTO LAUNDRY, Aus'rian steamer Frigida, from Mar-
"Hivaenlcallv Clean" Ohr Motto. Tel. A-4228. Concordia A6. sellles.


SAMPERA & CO

BANK ERS AND BROKERS.
At N: Gelats & Go. Building. Aguiar 106-108, Havana.
Tlenhones: Office, A-5637; Exchange, A-3531.
Order ) oIy and sell stock sail. uOfrda lur nIesimCnL or on margin
promptly executed by cable on New York, London, Parts and Montreal Stock
Exchanges. New York stock .untations sent by Messrs. Miller and Com.
wany, 29 Broadway, New York. Members New Ynrk Stock ExchanMe.


Horter & Fair

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


WRITE FOR CATALOGUL.


NORWICH UNION FIRE INSURANCE
SOCIETY, LIMITED
LONDON AND NORWICH, ENGLAND.
POUNDED, 1797.

FIR E AND CASUALTY INSU RANO
GEORGE MILLLINGTON, General Agent,
Chief Office: an Ignaclo 50, First Floor, Havana, Cubab
P. 0. Box No. 247. Telephone No. A2776.
Telegraphic Address: Mllllngton.
AGENCIES IN ALL THE CHIEF TOWNS OF THE REPUBLIC ,


VESSELS O UARED.


Norwegian steamer Alabama.

British schooner W. n. BenUeF.

VESSELS ARRIVING.

Dec. 6i-Blclila. Hamburg.
Dec. 2"-Sardina. Hamburg.
Dec. 26-Mlguel de Larrinaga, LidW
erpool.
Dec. 26-Parthia, Hamburg.
Dec. 26-Slcilla. Hamburg.
Dec. 26-Callfornie, Havre.
Dec. 26--Harz, Hamburg.
Dec. 26-Steigerwald, Hamburg.
Dec. 29-Montevideo, Vera Cruz.
Dec. 8O-Chalmett-l. New Orleans.
Dec. 80-BSperansa, Vera Crus.
Dec. 80-Monterey, New York.
Dec. 80---Taunton. Antwerp.
Dec. 31--racla. Liverpool.
Jan. 1-Antonio Lopez, Cadiz.
Jan. 1-Alfonso XIII., Bilbao.
Jan. 1-Antonlo Lopez, Cadiz.
Jan. 1-Saratoga, New York.
Jan. 2---spagne, Saint Nazaire.
Jan. 2-Ascot, Bremen.
Jan. 3-Times, New York.
Jan. 5--Corcovado, Vera Cru.
Jan. 5-Sommelsdik, Rotterdam.
Jan. 6-Excelsior, New Orleans.
Jan. 6-Mexico, Vera Cruz.
Jan. 6-Morro Castle, New York.
Jan. 8-Havana, New York.
'Jan. 14-Espagne, Vera Crui.
j Jan. 15-Hilarius, Buenos Aires.
Jan. 15-Saratoga, New York.
Jan. 17-Trafalgar. New York.
Jan. 18-San-tanderino, Liverpool.

BAILING.

Dec. 26-Steigerwald, Vera Cruz.
Dec. 27--Californie, New Orleans.
Dec. 28-Havana. New York.
lee. 28--Excelsior, New '.rleans.
Dec. 30-Montevideo, New York.
Dec. 30--Monteroy, \'era Cruz.
Dec. 31-Esperanza, New York.
Jan. 3-Espagne, Vera Crus.
Jan. 4-Saratoga, New York.
Jan. 4--Chalmette, New Orleans.
Jan. --Corcovado. Vigo.
Jan. 6-Morro Caslle, Vera Cruz.
Jan. 7-Mexico, New Yc7.k.
Jan S--arl Schurz. Colon.
Jan. 11-Havana, New York.
Jan. 11-Excelslor, New Orleans.
Jan. 15-Espagne, Saint Nazrair.
Jan. 18-Saratoga. New York.

SHIPS TN HARBOR.

CartagIna. Cor. an. CppL ValoM
San. Pedro, Urg. Dkn., Capt. J-
nienez.
Nord Alexais,Haytan cr., Capt. Gon-
Szalez.
W. H. Baxter, Am. so., Capt. Steeve.
Donna Christina, Am. sc., Capt. Pet-
ersen.
--CWIA -0114f -Paw
Pacitique, H y1aTi cr., Capt. Besse.
FredehLto A. D en, Am. Bc., Capi'
Coons. T
George F. Scmnnell, Am. me., Capt.
Thorlla. .
Carvajal, Sp. bk ., Capt Jordan.
Usber, Br. st, C"pt. Perry.
Balmes, Sp. st., qpti. Rulz.
Alabama, Nor st., Capt. Endreasen
Excellsor. Am. st.; Capt. Birney.
Maylandd, Br: st., Capt Ayers.
RloJano. Sp. st., Capt Larrlnaga.
Mercator, Nor. st, Capt. Elingsen.
Havana, Am. ls., Capt. Knight.
Montana, Am. yt.. Capt. Dane.
Berwindvale, Br. st., Capt. Williams
Pinar del Rio. Br. at., Capt. Mac-


IKenzle.
Tlnhow, Br. st., Capt. Blackmore.
-B-----r-.
4* 4*****


AT THE CHURCHES
Spanish steamer Plo IX., from Bar- i Q4
'*elona. i e a a 9 a a

British tank steamer Caucasian. Presbyterian Churct.-Divne services
from Middlesbro. wihl be held this morning at ten
o'clock in the Prteby"erlan church.
SBritish bk S alud 40, between Campanarlo and
Brith bark irdar, from Bridge Lealtad. Subect. of discourse,
wa "Heaven's Antidote for Fear." Take
American sooner Carrie Strong, Principe cars to L,'altad, then north
American sahooner Carrie Strong, o wc e
one block. Eaeryone welcome.
from Jacksonville. J. Milton Greene/Paetor.
J. Mllron Creenel Paasor.
American schooner L. Herbert Tatf.
from New York. IHoly Trinity Eplacepal *athedral-
_____ Neptuno and AMila. Sunday ser
American schooner Margart vices in English; Holy Communion,
American schooner Margaret B a. m ;ornin Prayerand Ser
Roper, from Perth Amboy. mon. 10 a. m.: Evening Prayer and
American schooner Orleans, from Sermon at Vedado, Twenty-first
merner lea street, between Teqth and Twelfth.
w Y 8 p. m.; Sunday School, 3:30 p. m.,
at the Cathedral School, Vedado;
American schooner Ale Holbrook Spanish services o Sundays, :0
from Jakekonville.
a. m., 7:45 p. m.; Wednesdays, 7.46
p. m. Office hours at the Cathedral
Amercan schooner Liie E. Del- 9-11 daily. Charles B. Colmore, dean.
an'U IEUUI LUUUhia


L


o1u, flUUo WUUUII,.
IPresbyterian Churchll-Six centers of
Spanish bark Juanlto, from Mobile. preaching and Sablath school work
In Spanish; preachng It English
Spanish steamer Ernesto. leaves every Sunday at 10 a. m., in Salud
Iverpool January 4. 40. Take Principe brs to Lealtad.
north one block. .1. Milton Greene,
Spanish steamer VIvlna, from Liv- pastor.


erpool.
Norwegian

Norwegian
Baltimore.

Norwegian
Middlesboro.


steamer Nordstjernen.

steamer Tallsmkn, from'


steamer Camllla, from


British schooner Margaret G., from
Kingsport.

British steamer Hyades, from
Buenos Alres.


Methodist Church-Elglish speaking
congregation, No. 16 Vlrtudes street
two blocks west Do the Prado.
Preaching in EPnglih Sunday at
10:30 o'clock a. m., 9nd Sunday ev-
ening at 8 o'clock. Prayer meeting
Thursday evening aft8 o'clock. Sun-
day school Sunday morning at 9:80
o'clock. William Mullen. pastor.

Catholic Church del Clsto-.Parquae
Cristo-For Englisia lag Catho.
r'


llcs. Mass at 7, 10 and 11
oaolook. Besnos In DRgaIsh at the 10
o'clock mas. R1ev Fal~er MoJal-
an, pastor.

Baptist Temple, Zulueta and Dragones
-Preaching In EagliaL Banday
morning at 10 by F. A. Gentry,
pator. Spaneld Sunday Bohool 1
p. m.. Spanish services Frday and
Sunday nights at 8. For anyinfor.
ma o deilred, apply to M. N. Mo-
Call, second floor Temple.


PROVI ON MARKET -
9LIVE OIL
Tin of 28 lbs., quotal .... .13.60a14.50
Tins of 9 lbs., quintal .... O&.00al5 50
Tins of 4% lbs., quintal ... lo.00al6.50
Mixed box .............. 11.00a .50
RICE.
Seed ...................... 3.90a4.00
Canillla old and new ...... 4.60a4.75
Valenaia ........ .... 5.50a6.00
ALMONDS.
Almonds ........ ......$38.00o45.00
CODFISH.


NaUonal Bank of Cuba

O 5wri. -ld Var d d 1Prdft. tAOrUD


LZTTErIIOF 01REDIT
AND'
TOUBIhT DIPAIRTMHT


aertlsa is t to Ditis and aGomr-


afl directed In oar of th Balk wll be hed l
forwANded a dfireoted.




BANK OF HAVANA


Norwegian .............. 10.00all.o00 E YORK COMMITTEE:
Halifax (tables) .......... 8.00al0.00 JOHN E. GAROIN,
Haddock ................ 7.50a 8.O0 VJO President, National City Banw.
Hake ........ ........ 5.00a 6.00 ALVIN W. KREECH,
ONIONS. Preldent, Equltable Trust Company.
Gallcian .............. .. 2.30a2.501 JAMES H. POST,
Cuban ........ ...............None Of I. H. Howell Son & Company.
Egyptian ................ 2.00a2.40
Canary island ............ 6.00ao.00 NEW YORK AGENCY
BEANS Jw OC. Martlne, Agent
Black Mexican ............. 8.00a6.50 *'
Cuban ....4.............. 600a6.50
Wilte Beans ............... 8.00a9.00 Solicits Accounts of I
LARD IN CASKS. Sells Drafts on the United Sta
First claes ..............$15 0015.5
Artificial ................ 12.00al2.50 Wo,
POTATOES.
Northern. In sacks ..........2.20a2.40


Barrels ................4.50a5.00
TASAJO.
2F pounds ....... ........8. 4a35 rs.
WINES.
Red, in pipes, accordibs to
brand ................$7 O0Oat.00

HAMBURG AMERICAN


FAST MAIL AND PASSEN-
GERB SERVICE

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

Pn;lin' for Colon (Pannmrli )-
KARL SCHURZ .......JANUARY I


BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
Carlos de Zaldo, President.
Jos6 I. de la CAmara, Vice President.
Directors:
Sabas E. de Alvare; Leandro Valdesi
Federlco de Zaldo; Sebastian Gelaberti
Euseblo Ortiz Torres.
SebastiAn Gelabert, Managing Directoin
John S. Durland, Sub Manager.
Carlos I. Pirraga, Secretary. j
individuals and Firms.
tea and Principal Cities of'the
rid.,


The Royal Bank of Canada

Capital and Reserve... .... $24,000,000
Total Assets ,000
*- .. *. $175,000,000
I LONDON, ENGLAND. NEW YORK. -
S2 Bank Bldg., Prince St. E. C. 83 William Street

OFFICES IN HAVANA:


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

A General Banking Business Transacted. Sterling and Foreign .E
change Bought and Sold, and Travelers' Letters of Credit issued
INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS AT CURRENT RATES.


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cio 54. P.O. B7, The Trust Company of Cuba

..A V A.Lj A.
HERRERA '
A N-1 -P- b lt
M-* *R* ***- .... ... 1056.000.00
--- iASSETS .... 4. 3F5 45.00
ailing from Ha A General Banking an dT ru' Li l.S
Sailings from Havana Durng ness. : Exchange Bougfht and Sold.,
thp month of Checkinog Accounts Solicited
MEMBERS OF AMERICAN BANKERS' ASSOCIATION .
DECEMBER OFFICES: CUBA 31.
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Stem-"sp JULIA, Saturday, Decemberi
28, at 12 M.
For Nuevitas (Camasuyl, ourgoing
trip only, Santiago de Cuba. Santo
Domingo, San Pedro de Alacoris,
San Juan de Puerto Rico. Mayaguez!
and Ponce, returning by Santiago
da Cuba to J&Wana.

Steamship HASANA, Saturday, Doe
member 28, at 6 P. M.
For Nuevltas (Camaguey), return tr'Do
only, Puerto Padre (Chaparra', Gi-'
bara, Vita, Banes, Nipe Mlayari,
AnItlla, Cagimaya. Saetia and Fr-I-
toon), Baracoa, GuanLanamo and,
Santiago de Cuba.
Note:-This vessel does not receive
freight in Harara for Sant;ago del
Cuba as it is received by Steamship,
JULA.L

Steamship AVILES, Every Tuesday,
at 5 P. M.
For Isabela de Sagua and Calbarien

ROUND-TR3P
RATES TO


CALIFORNIA

TIE NORTHWEST
AND NEW YORK
VIA


Southern Pacific

IN EFFECT MAY 15TH

SAILINGS FROM HAVANA:

S. 8. Excesior, December 28
S. S. Chalmette, January 4
Tender leaves San Franoisco
Dock at 2:00 P. M

For further information. call
on or write
A. X. WOODELL,
GENERAL AGENT,
49 OIBSPO. PHONE A-3032,

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SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT

In our own fire and burglar proof vaults, especially
constructed for the safe keeping of documents and val-
uaRles 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 atten-
tion to collections in Havana and all parts of the Island.
Principal American correspondent, the National Bank at
Co',merce in New York. Correspondence solicited.,






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Furniture, Arms and Objects of Art.

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office, or send it by mail, and we will
give you ABSOLUTELY FREE a lib-
RiaBE eral sample of of our "Art Lus-
Sters," and our beautifully illus.
c rated booklet, "The Home
Beautiful." If by mail, send
8c for postage.
SP'N. Z. GRAVES & CO., O'Reilly 12, Havana.



"LA CONTINENTAL" BOND AND SURETY COMPANY
FURNISHES BONDS OF ALL KINDS, INCLUDING GOVERNMENT.
THE COMPANY WHICH ISSUES THE MOST LIBERAL POLICIES
National Bank Buildfng, Suits 405.OOSCA DIAZ, Uieneral Manager


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PAGE EIGHT P~


THE HAVANA D-LLY POST


Thursday Morning, Dec. 26


CAMAGUEY and SANTIAGO


SComplete your visit to Cnba by a trip to these
charming, antique, cities and thus become acquaint-
ed with the Tsland from end to end.
S Yon have yonu choice of two trains; one in the
morning and one at*night. The night train car-
ries first class, electric lighted sleeping cars.
wr wvmvrWr mrvnvn nr3 m nIvrn UI rFuI Tfl


OUR NEW


PRICE LIST


IS NOW READY


ASK FOR IT



AMERICAN GROCERY 00.


Baltimore., were tourists arriving on
the New York steamer yesterday.
They are guests of the Hotel Sevlla.
Mr. Grelf is 6f L. Greif and Bro.,
makers of Griffon clothes.
William Mason of B. T. Mason and
company of New York, silk Importers
and manufacturers, arrived on the
Havana and was bound for Santa Fe,
Isle of Pines.
Prank S. Pierce. pursur of the Cam.
den, of the Eastern Steamship com-
pany, was a visitor coming on tho
Evangeline last evening. He is here
for a short visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bernstein, of
TNew VYork were. visitors cnmin on


Main Store, O'Relly 1. Phone A-2346 the New York steamer yesterday.
KUUND Iare11eKLUoLU IeA They are guests of the Hotel Ingla-H avana
Branch Store (Vedade), No. 24 17th terra. Mr. Bernstein Is the managing Wt n Rl o avana
Havana to Camaguey and Return ...... .$23.24 retor of the Shapiro Music Pub- Reduced Round Trip Tourist Tickets (First Class) to
Havana to Santiago or Antilla and Return, $36.17 P P1. iI ARTEMISA, $3.45. PASO REAL, $6.12. HERRADURA,S6.57. PINAR del RIO, $7.76.
1 M ee r. and Mrs. H. C. Townsend, of
GOOD FOR 15 DAYS. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Townend. of Tickets on sale at the new Central Station and at the City Ticket Office THE WESTERN RAILWAY OF
Mr. Geo Danfrth, Local Passen r- AAnderson, N. C.. were tourists com- TAA Af T W E
lg on ie ge HAVANA, PRADO i18, HAVANA.
Mr. Geo. Danforth, Local Passenger Agent of Ing on the Evangein HAVANA PRADO 1 HAVANA
,g BRIEF CITY NWS. i vangelne.
The Cuba Railroad Company will be glad to help 0* C __ __Hligw _rh of New!__
y u 9 9 9 H w i 9 f 9 Charles A. Hollingsworth, of Newl
you plan your journey. Hle will be found at Prado York, proprietor of the King Edward
11, b n te T o and I lat1 Mr. and Mrs. Edgar D. Shaw and Hotel, accompanied by Mrs. Holllngs- -
118, between the Telegrafo and Inglaterra Hotels daughter, Dorothy, of Boston, wero worth, were tourists coming yester- A V A N A C E N T R A L R AR O A
For further information, please apply to tourists arriving yesterday on the Ha- day on the Havana. They are guests V-. .. JL R A ILR A D
vana. Mr. Shaw is the general news of the Plaza Hotel.
S. R 0 S A D 0 manager The Boston Herald and The i Unsurpassed hourly service of Electric Trains from 5 A. M. to 8 P. M. from the New
STraffo Agent, The Cuba Railroad Company, TravelerHerald. They are guests o' Edward von Hofe, a manufacturer,. Central Station to..
the Plaza Hotel. land Mrs von Hofe, of New York city,
SoCAMAGUEY, CUBA. !-are guests of the Hotel Sevilla. G U A N A JA Y
Gus V. Wells, patentee of the Gus:
V. Wells mate-marks for shoes, and Mrs. Henry Wilson and her son, 31 miles west of Havana through charming rural scenery and famous tobacco and
Mrs. Wells, of Desa Molnes, were vis. Edwin C. Wilson, a student, of De-' pineapple planttions.
tors arriving on the Evange.ine last troit. are guests of the Hotel Ingla- ARE, ONE WA5 CENTFARE, ONE WAY
evening. They are guests of the Ho- terra.
tel Florida. I i~r r L t L, Y ;
Charles E. Wrhitmore. an attorney
Mr. and Mrs. Walter C. McClure, of of 'New York city, is staylag at the
SCleveland, were visitors coming by Plaza Hotel. ley. of Vandcrbllt Unoversity; Dr. ~fffWlf.WfIw ;1W',ffff5,41 W5ri
the Ward line steamer yesterday. George L. Meylan, of Columbia Uni-. BROOKFIELD BUTTER
They are guests of the Hotel Ingla- Thomas P. Ford, of the Ford com- versity, and others. At the afternoonBR OK ELBUT
terra. Mr. McClure is of the Harvey- I'any of New York, manufacturers of session there will be reports from the
McClure company. steam specialties, arrived by the representatives of the various ds- GUARANTEED ABSOLUTELY PR
Ward line yesterday. trircts from the standing committee on
SMiss Marie A. Beekerand ss M. football rules, football officials. trackALWS FR
Miss Marie A. Beeker ond wItise b b.ask,.tb..
G. Guthrie, of Chicago, were tourists Walter Tvee, a publisher of New athletics. basketball rules, etc, and
Arriving last evening on the P. and iYork is registered at the Sevilla. also reports from the special commi-
ATsteamer They are at th Hotel PlazI tees appointed at the last meeting on Sold only in If your dealer
ST a t _____ h H P Robert L. Morrell, an attorney, anJ "soccer" football and on the amateur t c uppl
C A M A G U Abe L. Stenberg. of New York, a Mrs Morrell,of New York city, are law. cartons bearing fe Ply
salesman with the Standard ash guests of the Hotel SerPla. The plan initiated last year of hold- Butter
orks. arrived on the Havana yester- l- ing an eveurinr sasalon for the free in. this brand let us know.
OWNED AND OPERATED BY THE CUBA R day. He is sa g at the evllla. Master Robert P. Hill. a student formal discussion of topics of vital
from Delaware, Ohio, arrived on the immediate interest will be continued
ROAD COMPANY. J.H. Blocher, a manufacturer of avana yesterday. this year. Many problems are engag- SW IFT & COM PAN Y
evaporated fruits, and Mrs Blocher- ing the minds of those connected with
L t ad m t o ortae Hotel in C or entonvied r, and Mwere visBtors onh r Master Wallace Blanchard. of North college athletics, and the discussion
Largest and most comfortable Hotel in Cuba. Bt Ak., were vitors onA R61. P. BOX' 477
the Evangeline last evening They An" wer, Mass., a stedenl, was a par- of any one of them Is likely to be as AGUIAR 61. P. 0. Box 477. HAVANA.
RLailding and Gardens occupy 31'4 acres. are guests of the Ohioen ou They singer on the Ward line steamer ar-.'timulating and fruitful as the valu- 4,808U8L iiale oee driving yesterday, able conference of last year on sum-[
Private Suites. Telephones. NeaR:iv ill of the I -- mer baseball. For several years the
Thomas M. Cleland and Walter J.be
roc.Ims h:ve Pr;ate Baths. TernnPs Conrts. Duncan, artists. and George Woodruff. Rafael E. Sanchez, a planter of the practice has been followed of sending
Sa publisher, Mrs. rleland and Miss Central Santa .LU1gW Oriente. who a questionaire.lo theCoUBges of the
RAT E S : W rsr New Mor, as north on a rlt. returned yes- countryy on matters of athletic prac-
R were tourists coming on the Havano terday on the New York steamer. He tice. The results are of great interest
were tougistered at the Hotel Sevilla. to the public, and constitute a valuableTM A
American Plan Only: 4.00 to $6.00 per day, per yesterday bound for Hormguero forSevilla o blc,and constitute a valuab
visits They are guests of the Hotel nfranfrtoei
person, according to accommodations required. Inslaterra. r g Davl' L. Thompson, a sugar en- charge of athletics in the colleges and _________
o n, crin 5 ft aboviese a irev, n gineer of New York, bound for San- universities.
Camangey is 550 feet above sea level. Its ci- atiago de Cuba, on a business trip. sr- The association numbers at present THE BEST TO BE HAD-ALL NEW AND FRESH
mate, especially in Winter, is ideal. R. sahs, o o in; nonio rived yesterday by the Ward line. 94 colleges, universities and prepara-
iR.u tory schools, with a total enrollment
beautifully illustrated booklet describing this r'edes, a student, of Manzanillo. whol tory schools, with a total enrollment.
A beautifully illustrated booklet dscribing this rredes, a student, of Manzat who William J. Belden. an engineer of of over 120,000 students. Its growth Nuts, Dates, Figs, Fresh Finest Plumb Pudding,
hotel will be found n any hotel, or may be ob- wereresidents returning to Cuba. ew York. arrived yesterday to enter has been steady and rapid, and ithaa Apples, Pears, Celery, Best Brands of Canned
Sthe employ of the Michael J. Dady won an Important place in the educa- Beets, aliflwer, Olives Peaches, Pars, Apricot
trained from Mr. Geo. Drnforth, Local Passenger a company tional world. The delegates at the Beets ves Peaches, Peas, Aprcots,
Ane uDavid Abea m a builder of Brou. ____ conventions are almost all college pro- and Pickles, Swiss, Cream Cadbury's Finest Can-
Aent, The Cuba Railroad Company, Prado 118, lyn. arrived yesterday on the New Herbert Bushnell, of New York; Ro essors or other members- of thee and Roquefort, Edam and dies, Peter's Chocolate,
Hav i York steamer bound for Guantanamo, land E. Banker, of Barnstead, N. .. teaching staff of the colleges, and thel American Cheese, Crack- Kohler's Bon-Bons, and
Orient, on a business tp. John W. Day and George D. Gardner. keynote of the association is "faculty ers and Cakes. Spanish Nougat.
Char, an ac ntant of New York, were transients arriv- conTrol of college athletics." The In-
Further information may be obtained from charles H. Gal, an accountant of ir yesterday by the Ward line bound fluenre of the association is directly
Further inf buffalo, bound for Santlago, for a for McKinley. They left here last proportionate to the number of insti- FINEST SPANISH AND FRENCH WINES
F R 0 SA D 0 business visit, arrived yesterday by tuitions belonging.
The Cuba Rai d C, the Ward line. He registered at the en for the le of Pines. tons belCHAMPAGNES AND LIQUORS
Traffic Agent, The Cuba Railroad Company, Plaza Hotel. Lewis Tpay Aytmer, of C A
CAMAGUBY, CUBA. Leisung to El Can Cubaaof tanada, PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS
Mrs. v.-Al~c~enzie and Miss ., ,_ turning to El Cann, Cuba. after an
ine McLean. of Camaguey whs Erfte absence of three years. was a passe-n PAZO OINTMENT will cure Itching. Do your shopping during this week. We especially
e McLean, of Camague wo left arriving o the Havana. Bld, Bleedg or
here lastMay for ts, returned r ving on th Haana. Blind Bleeding or Protruding Piles invite you to visit our store. Courteous clerks. Eag-
e Havana yesterday. They registero matter of how long standing.
:he Havana yesterday. They Mrs. de Baralt and daughters. Mise/ -- gish spoken. All goods delivered promptly.
The Diam ond N ew s Com pany ed t the Plaa Hotel. Blanca and Miss Adelaida, of the fam-
Ily of Prof. Luis Baralt, of Vedad,.,,PASSENGERS ARE ALL
MAGAZINES, PERIODICALS AND STATIONERY, Juan mbla. a me t who left here two months ago for TAKEN OFF TURRIABA
Barcelona, who was here twelve yearsi northern visits, returnedOFF TURRABA
Newspaper From Every State in the Union. ago. was a passenger on the New nther visits, returned yterday
Pasie Arcade. 1Havana Cuba. York steamer arriving yesterday enon the New York steamer. Mrs. Ba- Revenue Cutter Takea Them to New Ui
Paae Arcad.Havana, Cuba.O steamer yeste, for a buy ralt recently delivered an address bo- York-Steamer Is Not Making
out or Holgun Oren, for a bu fore the SpanlstAmerican Society In Water
inees visit.
S .Ma N THIN AS FINE ie___ Washington. __ O'Reilly 1 and 3. DAILY DELIVERIES
C ristAS A PARA SOL OL .William F. Webb, an engineer of G (By Associated Press.) Waerooms O'Reilly 22. TO VEDADO.
l IWary inesboro, Pa., with the Frick com- Glenorney, ra. New York, Dec. 62-News from Telephone Ao-2834. 7 A. M. AND 3 P. M.
___HAN DPAINTED FAN'I any, manufacturers of ice and re-Grwold and their children, Laura' lh United Frult company's steamer Telephone A-8062. Ask for Catalogue
P A NIS H LA E M A NT I L LA frgerator plants, arrived on the Ha- and Gerald, of eleveland, were tur- Turriaba reports that the sixty pa.
P lIN CLOT DRESSES- Avans bound for Guantanamo, Orlento, line arrverbouday on the Ward sengers were all taken off at 9 o'clock
PINEAPPLE CLOT H DRES SE S, onabusiness trip. se teamer bound for Lor s IdloB this morning. They were transferred
SPANISH HAND MADE LACES Ie o e ,r wold wa t herto the United States revenue cutter
EVERYTHING AT WHOLESALE PRCES ATenral Samuel G. uellas, Mexicanwo years ago. Seneca which left immediately for
EVERYTHIN AT WHOLESALE PRICES AT army, retired, was an arrival yestr- New York with them.
day on the New York steamer. He Trregular bowel movements lead to The steamer is stranded on the; HAVANA CIGAR STORES
LE PR IN T EM PS here for a isi chronic constipation and a constlpat- New Jersey shoals f Barnagat Cap.
S__ edl habit fills the system with Impurl- tain Lindsay sent a message by wire-1 bk. HORWITZ, PROPRIETOR.
3 Obispo Street.Corner Compostela Street ashington Tutle ana i son HERBNE a great bowel reg- less telegraphy stating that the stean- HOTEL PLA
83 ,b oEdward, of Baltimore, were visitors ulator. It purifies the system, vital er is lying easy and not leaking. _____
arriving yesterday on the New York Izes the blood and puts the digestive
steamer and artle s president of te Sold b all st ECONOMIC ASOCIATON MEETING
ST eer n d arte spresin at f all gst. ECONOMIC ASSOCIATION MEETING Depository for the Finest tan Cigars; Amecan TO-
Tin Decorating company of the Monu Boston, Dec. 25.-The program We carry a full line of the best brands of Cuban Cigars
ment City. lRIDIRON S-RGEONgS of the annual meeting of the Ameri,
can Economic Association, which be- and Cigarettes and sell at wholesale prices.
T. mCTT .. iL. BSK. D OOR AND IT.TWTIl Judge Joseph E. Newburger. of the MEET IN NEW YORK gins tomorrow Is of unusual Interest.
WIN .m s d sda a ms ed l hin ntomorrowJis of unusual interest.15


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LA LOWA DMaL COMBrWO, ROOMC Wa3 A s ag29.
Ph=b A4PIM. 1PaiaBo e Baf .


James B Clow & Sons
Chicago-New York-Havana.
Monerrate and Teniente Rey. P. 0. Box 304, Havana, Oua,
TelephoLe A-5114.
SANITARY PLUMBING AND SUPPLIES


Ltatl Iupreme co urt Uo Now York,
Miss H. Newburger, Mrs. Plant and They Are Expected to Use Knife
daughters, Blanche and Hortense, of Freely on Football and Other
New York city, arrived on the Ha- Games.
vana. They are guests of the HotelJ
Sevilla. Mrs. Plant is the wife of New York, Dec. 25.-The seventh an-
Louis 8. Plant of the drug house of nual convention of the National Col.
Lehn and Fink of Gotham. lege Association meet here tomor-
row at the Hotel Astor, and i is ex-
W. L. Parker, assistant district su. pected that the knife will be used free-
perintendent the Pullman company, ly on rules of football and other
and Mise Effe W. Parker, of Atlanta, branches of athletics.
are guests at the Hotel Sevllls. At the morning session papers will
_be presented by Professor W. L. Dud-
-


The headquarters of the association
during the meeting Is at the Copley-
Plaza Hotel. The four main subjects
for discussion are "The Minlimum
Wage," "The Rising Cost of Living,"
"Banking Reform" and Economics of
Governmental Price Regulation."
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COLDS CAUSE HEADACHE
LAXATIVE BROMO-QUINE removes
the cause. Used the world over to
cure a cold In one day. E. W. Grove's
signaturee on each box.


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CALIXTO LOPEZ, CAROLINA, EL O8L,
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UNITED RAILWAYS OF HAVANA
REDUCED ROUND TRIP TOURIST TICKETS (FIRST CLASS) TO
MATANZAS $4.50 CARDENAS $7.50 MADRUGA $4.00
j SANTIAGO DE OUBA. $36.17 CAMAGUEY .. $23.24 BATABANO $3.00
Tickets good for 15 days except Batabano, which are good only on date of slsue; 1i days' atop-over privl-
Sf15e on Camaguey, Santiago de Cuba and Antilla tickets; excursion tickets to Santiago good also for Antlla.
Connections at Santiago Jam
Sand Antllla for..... Jamaica and Panama Canal
Tickets 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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