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•;a, l ir,i;,hti l ; l .ijii ! j f^>»wr, -v.*-**** s*** Smftlt Cpcra diss? JBPS **cr TheTi»l • cessful Sor t The i&8MWJ§\M<iM0t&-'Cmi''': ,:f$¥#*P'-'*:w 03 W Featuring the Viftun^Jciift.T*!!^. WiUinghame Puneful Numbers 8) Music by. AnatoF Friedtand Man Order* Rjecety* First Atten- tion. Addowj Brnftli Opera House or Phdrie No. 235; , _ . Seat Stir WOVtf ' '* \ Play commetfce* promptly at 8:33 Price*25c, 50_> l$c & $1 Bilt Return of Railroads to ir Qwb^'CtaimtJtt' tie ^klat %fei* 0^ - Opera Qoun C eneva M»r. * Pop Momand'a Famous piec* . Easily the Greatest Musi- cal Hit hi Years tot* railroad life as a-ticket agent sn« flJtas successively occupied the s^ffina:!^^^^\^^ \\-^T\*^ 5 ^-,- 1 ^ He4ras-*^qnentiy-vrste^SMwaraSd spoken here. The Lehigh Valley announced this morning; the appointment of Frank :»aft-«f Birffcrfc^as commercial agent in this city. Mr. Graveman, who assumed the du mm*. Master- A STAR CAST-OF FAMOtiS ENTERTAINERS \ An Over-Night Success Prices: 2S-o^75^1*t_.S0 Seat 8aie Open* Tomorrow Mail Orders'New—Phone 238 The setiwn of tlie railroads to private «tvnersbip». ettectlvo today,, resulted in no, changes in personnel in the local Ot- jficea, it was stated\ this morning-. • At the\ New York Central- office It was' stated that. the. only noticeable Effect so far was faf'the auditing of ac- counts to turn them aver to-'the rail- road, Tho New York Central made public .yesterday a\ Hat of appointments and promotions! in its general office; two at /east, of which ate of Interest loealty. On the list, copies of which were received: at the Geneva offices \of 'the: .fowft • last evening, are the names of £-« F. Vosbtirgh, %vho is made traffic manager wttir headquarters in New -York Gity, and Hurry Parry, who is ; made general, passenger agent of -the entire New York \GehtraT lines, both' east and .west of Buffalo, ^.Mx^JEaxry. was formerly assistant general passenger agent at BuffalOj «*hd la- 'weft ~l_Sown. in Geneva • -and , throughout the division. Mr. Vos- burghy who will now have charge of rail freight and passenger traffic, began ?,M&&cn%mQ ••^^ f 40g Men ShoOy Mexlcam It -Riifty • Friends «nd &i«*r - ; ciates of G. B. Williams The killing of Alexander J. Fraser and 'John 'Al Frasegj- Ma* in-other, aft T|u]>y7[^i2., by Mexican bandits,' as= told of in\ therpress dispatches ot yes- terday and today, has a local inter- eajt 1 m that both of these men were well known to George B„ Williams of this city and^th* former had been a business, associate of Mr. WHliaras in some mining interests in.Arizona for at. number of years. Alexander Fraser was one of the best known, min- ing engineers in that section and had interests in several important proper- ties. He was asststsatt postmaster at Ruby, whe?e Be also kept a mining store- * ,-'-«\ According to the Information receiv- ed her? tirmJfelexican* rode up- to 7 the Httlei pogtofHce at Buby and dismotmt- edV Fraser, who waa inside, walked out to see What they wanted. Without warning the THiexicana suddenly open- ed fire upon him, and lie dropped dead to iris tracks. Hearing the shots. Jack Fraser and Postmaster _ClarjL. ran outside, and they also were met with shots. Both -were wounded, •gccordlhE; to reports The Mexicans then took Jack Fraser inside and, after locking the door, forced trim to open the safe. They then ransaeked the place, taking shoes, blanketsi hats and other- auppHesL&e; Nester Hose Company Adapts New Constitution the new cpjnfttfttttfORffliP t% Nestet 'MoH «?dmpan# was affopte.d with sev- ; : era} amend^ne#tgr_j|t_ th^^adJQui^eil- -^ rmeeiiftr -wf^TBeT^iinpany \held yest^t*\ |,4ay afternodn 4 Copies of tW netycon- utitution wili be mailed %m each, mem- fee o.f tiie .comsanss. tt Mm .pA*8J9*.«e* foirowfn^ the Hieettngt. \-Tlhe board of governors provided for by the new In- strument was elected as follows: . • For three/ yseasfterm*; A. T. MHtca'rfy, C, J, MeCready; two year terms; geo; Bifg Syracuse .Stone Com- Oaks Corners have charge of all the commercial freight masters originating in this sec- tion. Special routings, ratings and all questions which were formerly handl- t; ed by a special freight agent in thfcr ; city will come under th jurisdiction of the commercial agent, who was ap- pointed here In response to the sug- gestion by the' Chamber of Commerce that an office of this character was needed in Geneva. Governor Smith To Tour the State Albany, March 1—Governor Smith wSi tonr the state in the Interest of hia legislative program. The gover- nor plans to appeal to communilfe'j throughout the state to urge on their legislators the necessity for epactment of at least -a. part at .his • program- i%; eluding - tfrganizatlojB of the State Farm and Market cotmefli milk letffslatlem and hi* ieconstrnetion program. The governor w}ll begin his-spfalt- Ing four in. Kew York city nest Fri* day* night. . „ ... ., . — - . - m Naval Demonstration Turkish . Waters sharp. Mrs. Bartlett will give a read-' -rng, after which the business meeting WHI take place. ' f - With .•* Sifter to locating a rock erushlnf plant of' large capacity, the KocfcrCnt Stone Company, Inc., ot Syracuse, has taken options on over three hundred acres\ of lijne$ton» quarry land-4nr-4he vicinity *of Oak* Comers.- TheTfacfis sa ^located that direct rail communicafion can 'be se- cured to both the Lehigh Valley and the New Yqrfc CentrW. lb has a frontage of two-tbird» of a. mUe_.o,9 the Lehigh Valley and a *nile on \t.he New York Central. ^Besides thl«r, rights of way^'have been.provided tat trucking to the .Pre-emption*, road, the Jimftis-Phelps state highways aad-tha Lester road. . v , * These options have been taken after a careful examination of th^outcrgpl .pitt&~8£- Hmesttmir rn~l^e _ ^OlkirCor- ners district. .K the flnaU\ physical and chemical tests shirS* r tfie roelt to be of Tilgh grade and me elevation the land is found to favor a pragUe*! „,. , ... „, . ±u -quarry development a.' gravity* rock ThejLegjdar_meBtUy_meetin & c^4h4 <! v nsn i a: ; mtA of Targe^capacitFwai Christian Association wilt be held «t be installed. Engineers estimate that Brent House Oris evening at 7:00 there is ample rock for an outpift tit \Toole for one year, M. X BSlieher was -dominated a» delegate 'to the? central body; .ami I«. MeGnigan to the state convention with M. Broderlck as, alternate. Plans' for the annual b&«auet of the .coxnpany were discussed at the meet- ing 1 and the decision J»ade to held it some time after Lent -with the -date left open for determination.' — __^—,_ ;•«...- • - M^,., U. S. Steel Corporation Is Not a Monopoly Washington, Starch 1—The United States Steel Corporation*' i» not* a monoply in violation of the\ Sherman antitrust act, the Supreme Court dev elded today. The decision of^fieH&ftNr Jersey court mm aiistaiyed;. mL SMITH^ NOTES •a-gnestr-oirtlie hiiryesterSay, visiting- trwa-ii;.- iT ^^,v r --me*nhei>s'^f-the'oiasff''of T9OT. i raser uncon- f Geneva Overacker '25 speiit the week managed to call for help. A telegram tleTof thel£mon\\twTra Williams today stat- The- Mexteasis-' left tZZ ?!»£« tr ft00r « ^ £ed ^^ end ^th friends in Syracuse. It was reported they fired several s.hots Kathcrlne,Rogers -23 spent the week into- Frasers .body as tt lay on. the end a t Rochester 1 _ . floor, ^rasec anally, regained con- MTs» Jean Sparrow of Oeneseo was sciousness after considerable time and the week end guest of Marlon Ross «.*• prt w I KAUFMAN, the Furrier, has **• moved to 369 South Mawi Street, next to the Ford Garage. Modern improvements, excellent facilities for handling all orders. <&&!« -tf- ar-s** si - i-* Regent Theatre Contlrtuour from Z to tf p. m. TOr/AY KATHLEEN CLIFFORD In \THE LAW THAT DfWrjES* A searching Indictrntnt of the divorce evil Added Attractions — \EXCESS BAGGAGE\ Capitol Comedy KtMcSOFTAM NEWS PICTOGRAPH TUE%OAV BmAWr WASBSURR f» , A VERY GOOD YOUNG MAfif A real, furmy comedy feature Arfdeef featares \FAIR- B«T FALSE\ Chjtfltiitldwedr TapiiSfc OF TXENBAY , GAUMONT fiEWS r London. March 1—A naval demon- stration by British, French and Italian 'sscnadrohs In Turkish waters and the landing of marines In Cfliola and at Constantinople was ordered by the Su- preme Council today as a ' result of continued reports of Turkish outrages against Christians, Imwmm L. G. BRADY, Mgfi TODAY AND TUESDAY Nazimovain \Otrtdl*h*:F0g» PAir^fe WEWS 4 Acta gj&ce&ji. yqd-a-vff WEEDtiiSDAY \ ' ' WOCVESs OF THE N1CSHT\ mm GErvfEVA.PEpfN YAM JTRANS. CO* A. P. OAnTHOLOM^W Leave Pern* Va» A, fill^ S;0O tlitS P.M- 2; IS 4rt» Sat. 7:15 teave Geneva #:» •_ P.M. \•»!» 4i4# A.M.- 9:45 Sunday A*-t#* ; mm. 4:30 tt pftanitf vn'.htnil rmtfcf. in '1* Frecldes.\ evening will, be a production of \Freckles a dramatization of tho widely read story of the same name by Gene Strattpn-Forter. In its dramatic 'version \Freckles\ has made a play for ail classes. Freckles with his ready wit, his sweet songs and his battles with \Black Jack.\ and the rest of the \timber thieves,\ gives to the flay a variety of incidents- stroiiff dramatfe- apt a moving picture. \Keeping Up With the Joneses.\ \Keeping; tip With the Joneses,\ a, new Qus Hill cartoon, play based on f-HPop Momahd will be the attraction at the Smith on Thursday evening. It is in two acts And\ two scenes and contains\ enough &ugbs, novelties and other sensatlon- aKaad origfna! featnres to fee listed as >ne of the season's hits.. Eighteen ex- clusive song numbers and *.ssembles will-be alftrodnced along with many fjffiovattoas amd novel features. Tempte Tftea^Br,' ''Out of tHe Fog\.* th'« v latest mas- terpiece ta whJch Srazimoya, the 31*-. ;hnguished Kussian. a^tresft. 6*» beenr starred win b6 the feature for this evenjng and tomorrow at Ihe Temple. This feature is a plctuwzatiim of her IgreatJit stage silfeess, \'Ceptlon Shbals,\ a powerful -draina of the sea 'written; by M. Austhj Adams. ' In \Out of 'the Fbgf* .Nazimova has carried out with faithful exactness the stoi-y wiiieb, is even more .convincing to picture ftfrm than it was in the more restifetea coiiilnes of the stage. On Wednesday William Famum will come to this theater,In \Waives of fee Night.'' * . . '.._/.„_„ , ' ,* t*OTICE TO^CREDITDRSv L\\\* on*arlo Cou*r», notte^ felvere^. •haViattg; cUdin*- mSZ ,^h the voucher^ ;th e r«*«v t* the t,« ,m\«^2 credits of said -aeceaettL at rtt?^? £0! Q h*»„SWnft- SWitae, In . the *!.« nrtponth Jay df ft^tembef, m* Mareh L ^92fe •JAMBS, wmrn'TrntBonK ••'--• ' Aidtntnlatrittfr. , fifteenth' Iiatf.I : «e'B«tit TJHWter. __ A search&jg ttdJcpotent of the di- vorce |vft fe presented, in. \Tito jLtew That bivides,\ .a.\ JMre-part. society drama, in wBlch Sathieen Clifford Is featured today at the B*«ent. A htis*. band dflYatees his w'fcfe for another woman atfd\ takes theft oldest child, a -boy, while ihe' mother ta*e* the tiny daughter, what iisppens la »tar years ftoni this ; de»tractton of * Iwate Is told In a graphfo maimer fa the pictured Tomorrow's feature -nal be Bryant Washburn in **A Very aood IjToung; Man.\ The'bill will *ls» cop- ttin a comedy. \Fair But Ktfee.* ed that he died this morning. Ruby is a/small town about three miles from the Mexican border. Mr, WHIlams knows the place and region intimately, having spent three years there tBi active mining work and was at one time himself postmas- ter of the place and conducted a store near the place where the murderous assault occurred. Mr. Williams says the border bandits have been getting bolder and bolder there of recent years on account of the la* policy of the gov- ernment in handling the Mexican sit- uation. Speaking of the death of Alexander Fraser today, Mr. Williams said: : \It was a shock to hear that friend and besteess associate of long years standing, a Christian gentleman, a man quiet, ttbsolutely fearless, hon- est to the degree of swearing to lils own hurt and changing not, true in every emergency and with a rare per- sonal charm that showed itself lb con- versation and correspondence should be shot like a dog In front of Bis own store in these United States. It i s a personal loss to me that such a good man^has,gone pfu.„ - - - •- \And there was no reason for It ex- cept that of a mistaken governmental policy. A few words by a Secretary of State under General Grant kept or- der In Mexico for a generation: — *If you do not protect American citizens we will'—When the government takes a firm stand and the Mexicans learn that It is as serious to kill Americans as it Is Englishmen, then this border foolishness will stop. May that time soon come.\ '21. fifty, cars per day for fifty years\. The Rock-Cot Stone Company, which has secured these options, owns and *r -i m r _, * „ s • Operates large quarries.. aL'_ Syracuse Mrs. i^^J^o£Canandai«jaJ^ :»p35S65»=5#tFrtJTOwrtrW _BeriejaGed~.roGk-.aita quarry rtenv The present out-put of the company's i Syracuse plant is 2,000 tons per day and the Auburn plant has a capacity of l,500_tqns. „ . With a view to locating a quarry in this section for tho purpose of sup- plying broken stone and agricultural lime the Company has had several lo- cations in Ontario and Seneca coun- ties examined by engineers and geol- ogists during the last Ave years. Following these investigations W. B: TlmUl, of Geneva, secured the Oaks Corners options for the company, ilr. Thrall was formerly connected with the Rock-Cut Stone Company and re- cently resumed his relations with this company after being connected for five years with the Geneva Limestone Company. Mr. Thrall announces that further steps for the development of the tract will be taken as soon, as weather conditions w\l permlc. 42S-430 Exchange Street New student house committees for March have been, posted. They are as follows; Miller house—House presi- dent, Lucrece Oliart '20; second floor member, Bernice Wheeler \22; first floor member, Antoinette Webster Hi3; niackwell House—House president, Elizabeth Webster, '20; third floor member, Geneva Overacker -'23; Brent House—House president, Lillian 0ev- ereaux; second floor riiembor, Gladys Miller, '22; Smith Halt—Mae Guinan, '2L - —,—«. The Freshman* party to the Juniors Saturday evening was very pleasant. It was held at the gymnasium, where the Freshmen gave a little tableau eft a feet, after whicb_ games and dancing: were enjoyed. Refreshments •ere served IaKi? in the evening. • ' ' m, ' -. * Austa Kuney '22 spent the week end at her home in Waterloo. ....—•: ' • •' '' • Buth Hengerer \23 who has been ill at her home in Buffalo for several weeks, returned to college Saturday. Express Company's Men Ask $35 a Month Increase Chicago, March 1—tlnless demands for a flat increase in wageg of (36 a month are grantedf to teamsters, chauf- feurs mid other enipToyea - ef the Ameri- can Railway Express Company in Chi- cago, Toledo, Omaha, Kansas City and many other eitles, they will go on strike \which will tie np the com- pany\'. It was announced today by of- ficials of the union. _. Oranges, doz. . Grapefruit 4 for 25c 3 for 25c 5, 7,10, 20c Celery 15c ^^Xrackers 15c Soda 16c Butter 17c Beans lb. 7c Bread Floor sack $1.89 White Star Flour $1.49 Onions Fancy lb. 10c: Oysters qt. 49c Apples lb. 6c Pruiies 20c to 35c OBITUARY WiSHnm Snyder, William Snyder, aged 79, died at 1:15 o't-lock this morning at his home, 306 Washington street, after being in fee- ble health for several' months. Mr. Snyder -was born in Gorham on April 19, ISiO, and as a younjrman enlisted In Company D, J26fh New| York Vol- unteers for service In the'Civil War. He served with this^anrons Regiment The- monthly \at home\ for March throughout its extensive operations afut wUl be held-at-Smltfr Hail instead \of-i*\!. all jjaricipaled in fourteen battles. Read th» Want Ads. £CfCaVultQt They art m« at Miller House as- usual, in view of the fact that the pictures for the Col- lege and Geneva Art exhibition will be here and will b e hung in the chapel. Members and patrons of this guild are most coitHally invited to attend this opening of the exhibition; after which the exhibition will be open to any one who wishes to come in. Negroes Held Mass Meeting in Anti- Segregation Campaign Chicago, March 1—Three thousand negro residents of Chicago launched an anti-segregation campaign today, fol- lowing a mass meeting in which they cheered speakers who urged them to \fight to death rather than take the slightest step backward in gettinff Ou? rights.\ a , Washington, March 1—Weather pre- dictions for the week beginning Mon- day, March iz North and Middle^ Atlantic States: Sadw first of Week and again about Thursday and Saturday; tempera- ture*' on the whole', below normaL _Segjojx 6f.the j __ jpSHt '•\ HgnT„snows with temperature oscillations upland \down;_ the.week_ as a. whole\ being below the normal, Hughes To Represent the Executives of Dry States * * Washington, March 1—Former Su- preme Court Justice Charles E. Hughes ^ed-aT»ttttonTFttlrttie-supreme Courtr today far permission to represent the executives of a number of \dry\ states In opposition to the suit of Rhode Is- land\ to enjoin enforcement of the pro- hibition enforcement and Uio Volstead act. * Senate Pttttet Military Academy Appropriation Bill Entering tho service as a private, ho was first sergeant of his company when honorably discharged. At tho close of his military service Mr. Snyder returned to his home town and shortly was married to-Miss Emma Harmon, whose death occurred last summer. Mr. Snyder engaged in farm- ing in the,vlclnity of Gorham where he resided until he retired in 190if and went to Canandaigua to make his home. Two years later he came to Geneva, where he has since resided. Mr. Snyder was a member of SWttt Post, No. 94, G. A. R„ and was, actively Interested and a regular «ttenaiJ«tt at the annual reunions of the .126 Regi- ment. He Is survived by two sons v Frank A. Snyder, of Geneva, and Ford E. Snyder, of EUnint; a daughter, Mr*, Walter M. Ronwlck. of Seaevaj a daugter-tn-Iaw, Mrsi Etnah Snyder of Coidwater, Mich., and one brother, Clarence Snyder, of Racine, Wis, The funeral will be held on Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock from the \house with Rev; E. B; Topping; pastor of-the \First ^UTQdjM^cb.nrch. offtgJatInjr_JHifi. y\*\°\w\flrT\CT3aced in the re'eetvihs vault at Glenwood Cemetery until road conditions wilr pen-Hit ^iifiar laTne family plot lit the Gorham Cemeteey, —_—, -»• •• •. '— WORLD'S LARGEST tfNCUT GEM.' ~ What Ms beliered to be the largest •aacnt gem in the world has come t* light in a recently opened nirninjf da* trier in Nevada, wftere It was discov- ered in the spring otmJIT, The Stotf* Is a \black opal,\ so-citllea becaas* dark tones predominate ft! it It shows, mostiyftlaric peaqoek blues anfl emerald greens, with a considerable amount oi red, and several less promi- nent shades. , 'in stee this great gem approaches a ^Barter or* Sn ordinary brtckv being, three and flfteen-slxteenth* inch** in length, three and one-«)gtttri *h width, ar«l two* and one-eighth, thick at .fine boiktest point, lis weight fit eighteen and six-tenths avoirdupois ounces, widen expressed te\lem diction !• 8,188 graiSs, or 2J566M carats. Mort than a pound of opal is surely soiae ^Btone! And It la nfl solid, utferaeked,. flawless gem material, free from matrix or adhering rock except for * paper thin skin encrusting the t#$ major surfscn, . 'tittle, \speck^ \fi|ofeii' froih this *li£ iiere and th«9?e reveal the brilliant play of colofa, wtoin, while the expoted end* and edge £t~, hlblt the full reacting radiancy of the massV' - .>-r$h *iiis stone r?s sbotit half ftgalrf: #; lar«« ns the Inrgest of the noted s*nM- ; ©I m writ *yaa tmmia, mmtM small flst, and, If It b*d (^ so ^al. would h*W\lf«t*«* ; tvi%Tm caritis'!' ; ft •itrco^-r»Jf' , ^Gt». the as* \op«I\*«#t f ; Washington, March 1—Carryin? a total appropriation of $2,142,212 the annual military academy appropriation bill today was passed by the Senate. The bill carries U30.000 less than the appropriation last year, $2,300' more than was passed by the House and $4,600,000 less than recommended by the War \Department. Senator Bankhead of Alabama Dies 'Washington, March —United States senator Bankhead of Alabama, died here today at the age of 1*. Senator Bankhead had been 111 for several weeks and his Illness weakened his heart which cauBed his' death. • ______ New York, March i—Justice Philip Henry Dugro, of the New York State Supreme Court, died here early today of pneumonia. He had served on the bench since ,1900. He was a former congreajKman^.,^^.—____,_- DISCRIMINATION IN INCOME TAX LAW UNCONSTITUTnONAi; W4whtagtonr-March -4—The- Bruited\' States Supreme Court today declared unconstitutional the income tax law of the state of New York which fixed a, different tax on incomes of resident* and non-residents of the state. The decision of the court declared tho law was unconstitutional because It dis- criminated between residents and non-residents, but the court upheld the- principle of the' law itself except for the discriminating feature.\ , The decisions hinged upon, the case of the Tale-Town Mfg, Co. against the Tax Collector of the State' of New York who fought to Impose a non-res- idence income tax on persons doing; business in New York but residing. la New Jersey^ Tbe-deeislon to»the lower—\ court in favor of the Yale-Town Com- pany was affirmed. • m —•— !—c CAM LIVE IN CRIMEA FOR _ _ ABOUT S5 A MONTH NO\«V » ' Paris, March 1—For about $5 a month one can live fairly well la Crimea just now, because of the great depreciation of the Russian rouble, ac- cording to refugees arriving here today from that part of Europe. Before the war the rouble was worth about Sv cents. Now $5 buys 5,000 roubles. Sailors from the Allied nations, who- put in at Crimean ports, a short time - ago, praetfeaBy eleaned the country —' of diamonds, buying them at ridicu- lously low prices from stranded per- sons who were anxious to get away. ,, • .. _?iin_nH«n-auipw^-3Jois^-«r* p»»a \9»^«'»'wii*tf|-^^ First photograph to reach \tlUs coMpteyai. ^i«P!^:^l^M i m^^$^^^. k ••\• \ \• \ ' -' erIy'Jdt>^wl^.tt^^^ and Princess An«|t_MfK\ formerly mince i*«_r\i*c!e«'.«il^^iwi?: *fc~\ into ^he _free& CfaJhette cfcanafc Dad speaks one word lor me andtwo for hlimetf fells Mother fe order more • v ?#f ft:

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