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Ute UahtngtaTi Cfme
Fair and Warmer
'Times Theater Party Must
Be Moved From Homes
IN OFFERING HELP '
Can Aid in Seating and
Caring for Children
Only three more days remain to
perfect tho details of tlio glorious,
great big theater party Tho Washing
ton Times la giving the crippled and
orphan children of tho city next
Wednesday when 1,400 radiant little
faces will turn toward tho stago of
tho Columbia Theater to greet dainty
Miss Edith Taliaferro In that pret
tiest and most refreshing of all New
England pluys. "Kebccca of Sunny
And, oh! what a lot thcro Is still
to do before all theso little motherless
and fatherless youngbters can be
given this wonderful uftcrnoon. Many
generous Wasblngtonlans havo re-
sponded to the appeal for the use of
thelr automobiles that afternoon to
carry tho children to and from the
theater, but tho various Institutions
aro so scattered about the District
that there will bo need of many moro
machines beforo It Is certain that
every eager llttlo guest will bo taken
Need Helpers for Children.
And then there. Is tho matter of tak
ing charge of the horde of youngsters
at the theater. Of course there will bo
the uhiial attaches of the theater, kindly
furnished by tho houiio management,
but It will need many pairs of watchful
oym to see to tho comfort of tl,a llttlo
ones, the great majority of whom have
probably never aecn a real play. For
this duty, numbers of Washington girls
The lists of little guests are gradually
reaching the total seating capacity of
the theater It looks as though only the
uiuo gins can ho aicommndatid. but
perhaps thero will be room for some of
ii. i.vu,.i.. ,i, .
tho boys only the very, very best
navert ones, though.
There nie thrrn hnm fn- ..i.lMmn
that llo so far out of the city that The
Special Cars Wanted.
The Times Is making un effort to get
tho stieet ar companies to forget theh
hahlt of nhkel collecting long enough
to do a little something for humanity.
All the companies have been asked to
furnish a special c.u from und hack
to these places, but so fjr Tho Tlmis'
representative has been shunted from
ono official to another, and nothing do.
Wouldn't you think that gieat nipn.
rations might forget the piling up nf
wealth long enough to give a cluap
llttlo treat to a few hundred snul
tarved children? Well perhnps they
will but if they don't some one kind
hearted enough to offer the few dollan
necessary to pay theso kiddles' fuies
Into tho cllv and back will probably
Miss Tallaferrrr and her company
reach Washington today The Times ie
ceived the following telegram this morn.
"Arrive tomorrow Will come sen you
at once about special iratlnco. IIupo I
can help you.
"HDITH TALIAFHRUO "
That's the spirit Not only is Miss
Taliaferro eager to gl e her servlies at
tho special matinee, hut she is so Intel
ested that she wants to help on tho
arrangements. Come, Mr. and Mrs.
Times Header, Ills hear frun somo
moro of von.
Women Are Gencro
Mrs. Katharine Loeffler hai promised
that sho will see that all of the llttlo
orphans from the (lerman Orphan Asy
lum In AnucosMn are bratight to tho
Columbia Theater next Wlnesday aft
ernoon Mis James Ptrsburger has
niado a similar promise Regarding tho
children In the Jewish Poster Home,
and Mrs. Clydo C UutiiliiKton, of tho
Ashley, has asked the privilege of
bringing all of thi litre ihlldren from
tho Children's Hospital who will he
able to attend tho mftlnec on Wednes
Bo these threo Institutions aio fined
for, but theie are still many oifihan
asylums and homes whue scoies of
eager little voices are asking whether
some hlg-heattod peison will come and
take them to The Times matinee on
"Wedncsdav afteinoon Capt Jumes F.
Oyster, piesldent of the Ilo.ud of IMu
catlon has nssuied Miss M unlock that
he will suspend the tules foi this one
afternoon and cncusd all pupils who
havo been Invltid ov The Times to
attend the matinee. Ho all that Is left Is
for every .automobile ownei und dealer
In Washington tn piovlde a machine,
for an hour or two n xt Wedne.-duy
Jus! tel phone or write to Miss Mur- ,
dock's office in tho Muiise bniliUng j
and the and uci "u;umh win no un
reit. Jl'LIA ML'ItDOCIC '
A.i.im , in a nummary wnat to do for n the liri.ii,,,, n .... ,..,...... i
them, one of the homes Is In Aracostla V - " ' -.., . "ij bimih orKunizniion.
where 150 5 oungsters are waiting eagerly .1 Kne,11 ,,1h:, extiadltlon papers, and told lor the last w.ek the (iovernment
for the assurance that they will be urn- I V10 .'let.urt c tnut l,e ,,ul H" '"' "'" 1,,1H be;" r,'"llng to the Jury tho most
vlded for. another Wnren Woodland Br.'S . ;!'. ,""ur.'. . ",'UJ,U"1 "?-" 'f "f '! kind
and a third 100 In Teiinlovtnun ThouA . . . "' '" ' sorriest nsoN ever , ' !;";""" any euuri. i ney aio
places are so fa ot llv g that it seems VrSVB ,'V ,nY, uttrlltlol'.' "'" ''ol- ' "",'" fhp 'lolendanta, and many or them
asking too mm li to exmct autonmbMn ''''"'cllT,t 8ul' ,' llHlu remarked. loutaln open r f. i ernes to plans for tho
owner, to drlvf nwav Sut ?he? ..nd iV.f"- 1""own ,."1'1 ,llc ',olUu l"! wa """ ' rtninmlte
back and then out and ha.lc , in ,?.! ."".",". " "r'-'l4u 1" r. husband If liu . t appears from the hundreds of let-
Vcsterday's Circulation, 46,609
Deserted by Husband, and
Penniless, She Gets $25
LIFE OF ANOTHER
Weak From Illness Following
Birth of Babe. But Does Not
Falter at Sacrifice.
BALTIMORK, Nov. 10. Deserted
by her husband, with no support for
herself and soen-yoar-old boy twins,
and HI In tho Johns Hopkins Hos
pital, Mrs. Ethel Urown gave up a
quantity of her blood in order to ob
tain money for their support.
This sacrifice of the mother be
came known when Detective Quirk
roturncd from Vlnelnnd, N. J with
Charles Leroy Brown, the husband
and father, who has been Indicted by
the grand Jury hero for deserting his
wlfo and falling to provide for the
support of herself nnd little ones.
Gets $25 for Transfusion.
Until about three months ago tho
nuithpr workeil In nrnvtdo for hpi-Kptf
i un.1 children. At that time she w as ro-
moved from her homo lu the Johns
Hopkins Hospital, unci In a few days
was the mother of another bouncing
baby boy. During her Illness her small
havings had slowly dwlnditd until shu
li.ul but a fun pennies lift.
A few das before shu left tho lion
pltal u report uu circulated through
the wards that a woman was d)lng lu
the Mar) land Hospital for Women for
lack of blood. Announcement this made
that J!5 would bo pnld to anyonu giving
up three pints of blood to save th.i
woman's life. Mrs. Drown was weak
from her long confinement, but sha uaw
there the olid chencc to earn monuy to
buy food for'her chlldton.
Smiling cheerfully, idle went to the
Mui)t..nd Hospital and volunteered
her blood. Tne doctots were reluctant
to draw upon tho slender supply of the
wan llttlo woman of twenty-foiii yeats.
but she stated her else so strongly that
they consented. The operation forced
Mrs. Urown to renmln in tho hospltul
for two weeks. The blood transfusion
saved the woman's life, and .Mrs. Hrowti
left, none tho worse and happy in the
possession of l&.
Willing to Forgive Husband.
In tho meantime, the Baltimore no.
' " , T" "'. ' U " ("'''rcn for Iirow"
'and found him In Vlnelund. N. J. lie.
teillvo CJulrok went to Rridcetnn. N.
J., and swore out a warrant fur thu
man, arretted him. and lotkeil him up
nut tne Mates attorney announced
that llrottii would hao to gu bcloto
tho courts. i
"For My Chilrden'a Sake."
Asked to talk about the blood trans-
fusion. Mrs. ISinwn said:
"I don't know for whom It was I
gave my blood. Tho operation took
Place In July or August ut the Mar
lnnd Hospital fot Women, Lafayette
incline and John i-treet. My ' baby,
Charles L. Iliowu, now three months
old, was luiru In the Johns Hopkins
Hospital. While there one of the doc
tors told tm of an III woman W'ho was
lu need of blood. 1 volunteered. Lven
though a local utuhlhelic was . i n
my left arm, I still felt tho pain, but
I would not back out. It was ill for
my children's rake. I w.ih on the op-
latlng table two and one-half to thrco
nouts, I tmuk.
COLORED MAN IS
HELD AS ROBBER
Just Released From Occoquan, Is
Held for Assault on Aged
James H. Smith, an aged market man,
waB the victim of an assault and al
leged attempted highway robbery last
nlb'ht. Smith was leluinlng to his homo
at 147 Maple avenue, Anacostla, from
his stand In the K stieet market. Ae-1
cording to his usual custom he drove I
through the alley that runs from Fifth
stieet to New Jeisey avenue, between Iv
and L streets northwest In this alley.
which la dark and uninhabited, a col
oied man Jumped upon the wagon, anil
uiwultcd tho old man, demanding his
mono) Smith made a valiant fight, un
beat his nssallnt off.
He Immediately tolep loned in the See
ond 1'iecliiit. I'lillccm.tn Staples urresud
Ann Hi own, tolnred, within twenty
nlnutes, and i lunged him with the as
sault. Hi own di n'ed his guilt, but later
Smith Idtntllli d him an his assailant.
Tins moiuinv liiowii cuniibsed to i ii
tain h.k. It Is said II.. believed that
Smith had a largo sum of money .,
llrown was Just released from fH'
cmiuiin yiHiiiho. m'd Captain 1'eik,
antl bus a pohi e incoid hailng served
time for Iioiiki bunking The only ex
planation IllllVVIl Kill! was that he
minted mon s with which to buy
" ,. " "
riorida, the Carolinas,Atlanta,Birmihg
.Ja Mi Lliiu
lUht. itetl trslni. lui. lUi N. Y. ave.
feed children rsMmmt- jmssamm
- "- - nuum promise mil to nesert her ugaln, "'is wie uinrnimini is Inttoiluclnz that
WASHINGTON, SUNDAY EVENING NOVEMBER 10, 1912.
Leaders of United Daughters of Confederacy
WfflKKmm. m pf-lLTBM
Se: warn mB
Jbfs.--' W-: ' tfmnFmt hi
"Swirl IhI ''"" itfsl UFEMJfct??
- Photo by O V
MRS. FRANK G. 0DENHEIMER,
Vice President General.
INSIDE STORY OF
DYNAMITE PLOT IS
Year's Work by Government
Agents Made Public in
INDIANAPOLIS. Nov. lO.-Uy slow
and unrelenting grind the Federal Oov
ernin, nt Is uncovering tho Inside story of
the notorious MrNamiiru dynamite con
spiracy which reached Its illmax two
years ago In tho destruction of tho Los
Angeles Times building and tho death
of a score of men.
Tor moro than a ye.ir the Govern
ment has Ik en at work on this case.
For two months it has been confront
ing between forty and tlfty defendants
with u remarkable recital of evldenco
regaidlng the savage plot of J. J. JIc
Nitmara anil hie associates In the Inter
national Association of ltrlrige and
Stiuctural Ironworkers tn fnp.-.. ,h..i,-
employers tn abide by tho rules of the
some of the defendants grow so hold
that they dldn t think it in eesiary to
conical their purpose in their com.
iiiiiiiicuiiuiis in .vie.-samara 1'robahly
none of them ever believed that the
, letters would be preserved, but jp..
Namara, as keen and daring as he was
lu ananglng for the destruction of
property, kept all of the tell-tale evi
dence that Is now being Introduced. Not
only that, but in his sjstem of having
his lepller written ho us to have carbon
Imprints on the back of the littom fi J
tho defendants the court has been ablo
to grasp almost the complete story con
talncd In tho coriespondmce
Question of "Jobs."
District Attorney Miller rend to tho
Jury last week a letter written from
New York liy Kinnk SI. Itvan, president
of tho Ironworkers, in the spring of M10
instrmtlng McNumnra to assign certain
men U, "take eare of the Jobs" in l'itts
I buigh, Itochester, Worcester M,i .
Jersey City, Detroit, Clnilnnatl, Peoria
III , Davenport, Iowa, and Mt Vor
!"',"' !. lVhllt' Hjiin's attorneys' main
tain that he was leferrlng only to Jobs
r.i w,hlchtlnorts wele being made to
unionize the men It happened, as the
Government contends, that In practl
ijilly every district mentioned explo
sions occurred soon nfter the assign
ments suggested by Ryan were made.
fContluued oi rags Twenty.)
BRYAN WILL REACH
Wife Already Here,
Rumor Tells of Impend
William Jennings Hyran. throo times
ii'n.?t,"L. f.r ,h" 1'"-'"'1'-'n-y of tho
United States and one of the most po
tent liiilueiices In the nomination and
election of Woodiow- Wilson to 'hat
office, and who cm bo next Seerciurs
of State If he will accept tho office,
will arrive In Washington this evening
at 7 31 iiNlmk .Mr liivan will lemnln
over for m ii-K u- .... h
I?,, T w Into ! noino ': 1 ,'"l,""' i"
- ,!, rest uftlTtiio" duties "A thcair
hn " v-MIl,
While lu this clt Mi Ilrjan will
staj with his son. Wlllum J Drviui
Jr. 1S20 lldmont stieet, when. ,H
llryiin now Is. It In undei stood thut
Mis litjan has elth-i .nisi rcLove-.d
from an openitkn or will have to un
dei go one v.iy snortl.v
T'.e repoit was mliher afllrmerl noi
dinl.d at the lltvuu home ihls morning.
o no mronoi.t ill wli i el. en until
.Ml. IJiyan urrlvcs.
Km m.j:f IN CITYTODAY FOR
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n , wnn& - ui u. ui Ut hill, i iiiu
MRS. ROSALIE B0C0CK,
Chairman of Entertainment Committee.
AS PRIEST ANOINTS
Woman Stricken in Church
as She Prepares for
NKW VOIIK, Nov. 10,-In the dlinl
lighted nave of tho Church of the Im-
I maculate Conception, 150th street and
I Melrose avenue, last night, Mrs. Mai-
garct Kane knelt nnd prepaied herself
for confession. Her place Among the
Mil or moro waiting thero was neur tho
confessional occuplid by the Hev. Fathor
lieslde Mrs. Kane was Mrs. Mary ai
Sourd, who was also waiting to lonfts.
As the time for Mrs. Kane's turn to go
to the priest drew near Mis. I' Souid
coi.ld hear her softly repeating the aits
of faith and contrition, which eveiy
Catholic makes bifore sieklng absolu
tion. Mis Kane started for tho conferslon
al, but she had not more than stepped
from the pew when Mrs. l.o Sourd saw
her tottir and giasp the railing for
support. Mrs. I-o Somd was at her
sido in a minute and half dragged her
Inside the altar rail. Somo ono whis
pered to Father Thumel that a woman
had been taken 111.
Tho priest camo to the altar. He saw,
lu a glance that Mrs. Kune was seri
ously stricken and went for tho holy
oils used In the last rites for the dying.
The worshiper throughout the church
saw what the priest wus doing and
without a word from him dropped to
their knees In prayer. There, In tho
red nllectlon of tho sanctuary lamp.
Father Thumel administered the last
rites to tho unconscious woman. When
he had said the final prayer Mrs. Kane
The sexton and some of tho parish
ioners curried her body to the church
offlco neur tho vestibule ond the prion
went back to his confessional. In' Mrs.
Kane's pocket was n letter to tile pas
tor of the church. It enclosed a dollar
and was a request for a mass to he
said "for tho good of (leorgc B. Mc
Oough." Mrs. Kane was seventy yeurs old and
the mother of Police Lieutenant Kane,
of the Last Sixty-seventh street sta
tion. FORMER U.S. TELLER
Five Years After Alleged Theft
George W. Fitzgerald Will
CHICAGO. Nov. 10. After a lapse of
neaily live years since tho1 sensational
theft of 1173,000 from the Chicago sub
treasury Oeorgo W. Fitzgerald, former
teller, will bo placed on trial beforo
Fodirul Judge tleorgo A Carpenter to
monovv chaigcd with stealing It.
Ono hundred nnd thirty witnesses
have been summoned by tho Govern
ment The officials bellevo they huvo
woven a net about Fitzgerald showing
"exclusive opportunity' to commit tho
theft whu.Ii will, result in his tonvlc-Uoo.
Pluto h (1 V Buck
MRS. MARION BUTLER,
President of District Division.
Opening to Follow Laying of
Cornerstone, When Bryan
Several hundred members of the
Culled Daughteis ol tho Confederacy
arilved lu Washington today to attend
the nineteenth annual convention of
that organization, which begins at the
New Willard Tuesday evening, follow
ing the lajlng uf the cornerstone of a
Confederate monument nt Arlington
National Cemetery at S o'clock. Dele
gates from all the seceding states- li
glnla. North t aroltna. South Carolina.
Oeorsls, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi,
Tennessee, lxiulslunu, Arkansas, and
lVxus.-4i. hire, and delegates a I no
from -M.irjl.iinl, K mucky, and .Mis
souri, and daughters of tho South who
now live In Northi rn States. The walls
of tho loungo in the Willard, tho dining
and reception rooms, eilio tho soft, low
Intonations of theso Southern-born
The convention has Its formal opening
at a "welcome night' Tuesduy evening
nt Continental Hull, where President
i T.ift will gr.et the visitors, a function
in has not engaged lu since tho open-
lug of tho C'ungiess on Hygleno and
Demographv. ut the same hall. Ito-
spouse will be mad. b one of the gen
iiul officers of tho D.ughteiti. Toinor-
iow .veiling Miss Nannie Randolph
I loth, president of the Southern Itellet
Sociitj. bus Invited to meet tho general
officers of the United Daughters of tho
Confederocj all members of that or
ganization, the inemb. rs of all other
Southern societies lieie. the fonfud, i.ito
Veterans, tho Sons of Confederate Vet
erans, the Colonial Duincs, and tho
Daughters of the American Revolution,
ut the Library of Congress, between 8
and 10 o'clock.
Bryan to Deliver Address.
The llrst business session of the con
icntlon will bo held Wednesday morn
ing at the New Willard, and this moot
Ing probably will lw opened by an In
vocation given by Cardinal Gibbons.
At tho "Welcome Night" program,
lilshop Harding will give the invoca
tion. A nrogiam of social festivities lusting
throughout tho week has boen prepared
for thu visiting Confederute Daughters,
and luncheons and receptions will al
ternate with the business sessions
The cornerstone lalng nt Arlington
will be the Impressive feature of the
convention It Is announced that lO.OuO
persons are expected to be present, und
requests for reserved scuts have come
from everv part of tho country. Mrs.
Marlon llutler, president of the District
Daughters of the Confederacy, has
been chulrmun of tho commute,, nial;
Ing arrangements for tho cornur
William Jennings noon, who will
deliver the principal mldress at tho
enrnersti ne exercises, at rives In the
city this evening. Mrs. Hyran came Jea
tertluy and Is the guest of her son, Wi'.
limn Jennings llrvan, Jr., at 1820 lld
mont road. Mr. llryiin is a freshman
law stud.nt at Georgetown.
Corps of Ushers Announced.
Mrs. Duller tnduy announced a
corps ot fourteen ushers to servo
during tho laying nf tho cornerstone
for tho towering shaft which Is to
mark tho graves of tho Confederate
dead bulled In Arlington. Tliev aio
Chirles A. Douglas, Henry IJ Dnvlr
1-MvvIn C Dutton. Thomas Ituftin, Wil
liam II Robeson l-.dvv.ird S. Munford,
H lli)7ler Dulanv. Abner II Ferguson,
William dec Revenel, Clarence J
Owens, llenjamln Mlcou, Absalom
Waller, Clifford K Herryman, and
Among the delegates nrrlvlng today
was Mis. Lizzie George Henderson, of
Mississippi, a pnst general president of
tho Dnughtors. Mrs. Henderson will bo
essentially Interested In the corner stbno
laying, because It was she who, whllo
pusidetit of the Daughteis In 1M, first
hi ought tho monument project hefoiii
tho general convention of tho soiloty,
leaving the duili to the secretary-general
at tho time In order to make an
address from the Moor And It was
Mrs. Hendeison who, during her presl
dency, from lO'S to 19)7. secured permis
sion from President Taft, then Secretnry
of War, to erect the monument In Ar
lington. Mrs Hendeison Is tieasur of the fund
being raised lij the Greenwood, Miss ,
l' D C Chnpter nnd the Gleenvvood
Woman's Club for the erection of u Con
fed, rate Mimoilul building In that Mis
sissippi tltv, and she Is a number of
(Continued or Page Thirteen.)
FIND DEATH CAR
CLUE IN MARYLAND
Five Occupants Deny They Ran Down
and Killed Anyone in Washington
MACHINE LOCATED SPLASHED
WITH MUD ON LONG JOURNEY
The death car thut ran down and almost Instantly killed Charles Sat
terfielil on Pennsylvania avenue southeast, Friday, has been found, ls the
belief of tho Washington police.
So confident are the Washington authorities that they hae the right
car, and Ub occupants, five young men, that four detectives, a Washington
policeman, and K. II, Stobbe, tho principal witness, are now on their way
to a Charles county, Maryland, town, to ask the authorities to make arrests
Should the Charles county authorities refuse to act, a now lino of
Investigation will have to be followed, as the Washington police aro help
less In eastern Maryland.
LOSES HIS BRIDE BY
Letter Intended for Another
Reaches Fiancee and Wed
ding Is Called Off.
PITTSIIURGII. lit, Nov. 10. Attor
ney Stewart Hamll, of Oakland, Md
was to have wedded Miss Olad)s It.
How, dpjghtrr of 'forme. Mayor ind
Mrs. Horace R. Rose, of Johnstown,
Pn., but thcro was no weddlnc. At
torney Hamll, accompanied by a
party of friends, reached Johnstown,
In a spe. lal car, only to be mot at.
the station by an uncle of the brldo
who presented n lettei to Mr. Hamll
which he hnd sent to Miss Rose, but
i which lied be, n Intended for unolhcr.
Hamll acknowledged It and the wed
ding was called off. It uppcars Hamll
wrote a litter to Miss Hose and one to
a girl In New York city In tho lat-
l ter he ls said to have asserted thnt
he still loved her and would see her
while on his hone) moon trip. He also
said that Miss Rose belonged to a
wealthy family and thut in marrying
her ho wus making a match that would
benefit him gnatly.
i As soon ns Himll acknowledged tho
fni ts the engagement rlnK W'as re
turned to him Announcement wn
1 made there would be no wedding and
all presents were returned.
Miss Rose Is a graduate of the Na
tional I'ark Seminary. Washington,
a," VabSt. he'v'lrginla plantation of
the girl's grandfather. W Horace
D. C At present the Rose family aro
SEVENTEEN HELD UP
BY PAIR OF ROBBERS
Go Into Pool Room and Make
GRAND FORKS, N. D Nov. 10. Sev
enteen men were held up today by two
masked robbcis lu a pool loom at Ro
lette, N. I) and s;,SX) wus taken from
them. The lobbcry wus pulled off In
tiue wild West style, and the two men
have made a successful getaway
Lnterliig th epool room, where, it ls
I understood, a poker game wus In prog
I ress, the two robbers leveled revolvers
at the crowd nnd told them to throw up
I their hands. Into the air went seven
teen pair or hands. 1 he victims wcro
thin lined up in a row at one sldo of tho
Ono robber stood on guard with two
revolv. rs covering tho crowd, while the
other robber passed along tho line.
Fiom one man $1,500 was taken, while
from tho other sixteen victims enough
wus gotten to muke a total ot SZ.'JOO.
The Job completed, the robbers backed
to tho door. They escaped on horses,
West Virginia Officials Warned to
Stop Rioting or Accept
CDARKSIJl'RG, W. Va., Nov. 10.
Governor Glasscock, of West Virginia,
has plainly told the county officials In
Raleigh, ltnoiie, and othei counties In
the Kanawha strike Holds that unless
thov strictly enforce the laws and Btop
the dlioider now prevailing, ho will
older their linpi achment, and in add',
lion Bays If- they do not order the
troops back to the Holds he will de
clare tnaitlal law and enforco it lu the
strictest sense of the word.
This stnnd o' tho governor has been
brought about hv tho constantly occui
lug lints and iiootlnK affrnvs In whhh
stilkiis .in ns natation men and new
mliicis have been luvolvtd.
PRICE ONE CENT,
Five Atcn Deny Accident.
All live ocsupams of the car have
been seen and lnttrvlcwed hv Delcctlvts
Mullen and Warren. Lach of them ad
mits being in Washington In the ma
chine and In following the route and
Itinera!)', carefully tialled up by the
dete. lives In their seurch of the death
the machine In which they vvcro riding
did not strike any pedestrian In or out
of the city.
Their machine, a Krlt, seen by the
detectives, was mud bespattered but It
showed no signs of damage or collision.
What evidence Is in the hands of the
police wus taken to tho District Attor
ney's office this morning by the detec
tives after long conferences with In
spector Boardman and Major S)lvester,
Chief of police. The District Attorney
was not seen, however, and no war
rant or other arrest order was received
thut might be given to urge action
from the Charles count authorities.
One of the officials of his office who
was consulted, failed to take action In
Inquest Conies Tomorrow.
I'ollco officials wish to clear up their
present line of Investigation today. An
Inquest over the body of Sattertleld has
been ordered by tho coroner for 11 30
o'clock tomorrow morning. Tho police
will be expected to present what evi
dence they can to the Coroner's Jul)
at this time.
Detectives Mullen nnd Warren, of the
headquai tors' staff, and Detective Wise,
of the Fifth precinct, traced a IHo
passnigcr touring car from the vicinity
ol Sixth street and l'ens)lvanla avi
nue northwest, late Friday night. Thl
machine went out Pennsylvania uve
nue southeast, they say, about the tjmo
that Satertleld was struck. It crossed
the bridge and went through Handle
Highlands to Prime George countv,
stopping at "T. H.." where a danc
was being held. The occupants of the
car slopped for a short att.ndnnce at
the daiiic, and then continued on to
ward Charles county.
A similar car, with occupants de
scrlbid us the same, was next seen
eolng through llrand)wine, on tho
l'ope s Creek branch of the I'cnnsyl-
-"o'1 ifm1"11 ," ' ' ft
"'iViKville' 7,"' ll'ugn'esvi'l'lc?''''.'?,"
iietectives round a car that hnd fnl.
lovvid this route. It had been occu
pled by live men, each of whom wern
seen nnd Interviewed. Rarh of them
told of the trip und its Incidents, hut
denied having had any accident what
soever. No Mark on Car.
The occupants of this car weie frank
as to their trip to the city. They told
all Its Incidents. The car In which they
i ode gave no signs or damage or col
lision. Stobbe. who passed the car that
was believed to have stiuck Sattirlle.d,
as It was fulily Hying over the Penn
s)lvanla avenue hildge, said In his
statement to the police thut the ma
chine evidently had one lamp damaged
The machine traced did not.
Inspector Roardman ts of tho opinion
that the car which struck Sattertl.ld
would not neccssurlly show any signs of
Though several side lines of Investiga
tion are being followed In Washington
today with partlculur reference to all
Incoming muchlnes at garagis, tho po
ll, e aro convinced that the death nir
was owned und operated by residents of
Maryland, who did not return to the
city after crossing tho Pennsylvania
Witnesses who saw the car which
struck Sattertleld say one of the occu
pants was a big man. One of the oci u
pants of tho car traced by tho detec
tives yesterday was a big man.
Detectives Mullen, Wnrren, Fortnev,
nnd Armstrong, who, with Policeman
Wuldion and witnesses started for
Chailes county this afternoon, will, ,f
possible. Iny their Information bofoio
Sheriff Renjamln R. Compton. whose of
llce Is nt La Plata, lr it Is not possible
to see the sheriff, efforts will he tna.lo
to have a deputy sheriff present when
Htohbe sees the men nnd the machine
that were traced down.
FORECAST FOR TIIH DISTRICT
Fair and warmei tonight, Monday
unsettled and wanner
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TODAYS TIDE TAIILH.
High tides SIT a. m. and SS p. m.
Low tides-2 M a m and 3'01 p. in.
...ti.U i Sun sets 1.51