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Til K WASHINGTON TIJIKS AY K I) MONDAY. XOVBMHKIt 13, 1912.
Plan Big Hunt Down
, In "Ole Virginia"
I'icstoii C. Kin, of the cilicrnncil,"
Eight Months' Sentence
For Stabbing Relative
Jii'i'cs Jmksoii .coloicil, eh irged with
slabbing his lilotli. l -n l.iw, 1'h.ules
lawfoid, was sent to '.he worl.hoiisa
fo relght months h Judge Mulliiwny,
of the llnlteil mutc'i llninch of the
Dlslrlit Police com I. toduj.
Jueksou elittmed that Ida brother-ln-livv
riislnd up to him whllu tie wjs
piellng mi apple nnd w.i- em when h.'
pushed him off Criiwfotd nnd sevrtrnl
I'thir nlluessis snhl Jjek'on slahbi-d
Women Are Injured
'In Riot of Strikers
WATKHTOWN, Mass. Nov 13 -Tvvo
unnun und one mtii wen- seriously ln
Juieit dining ii lot outside the Hood
Ituhber Coinp.in'M planl lodiy. When
strikers tiled to pievent "hienkers"
from tiildng thflr nlaces, threp riot cills
were nenl In nnd a pitched buttle lie
Iwren the police, armed with night
sticks, ut (ix) ,strlles, aimed vvlth
bricks aiiij M'nnes, ensued.
(Jiie of the inji red women was
knock' il ilown and tnimplecl by the
crowd. Klnall) the mob wafl dispersed
when the Hie hose wis turned on them.
Must Not Call on
Captain Bryan in Charge.
Capt Ileiijaiulu C Hrnn of PlilUdel
phlu, will succerd Hear Admlisl V
lulls, director of iinvy yards, about Dc
'ember 31, nciordliiK lo iinnoiineruii'iil
mudu at the Navv Depaitmeiil yeMi .
dav afternoon Hear Admiral WIIMIh
will be plucd on the retired list shoitly
Plutnmcr Tolllver, eoloied, ihargvl
Willi Ihienteiilng to kill Karrnr Wil
liams, iilsn (olorcd, wus releaiird j
Judge Mullovvnv or the Culled Klutes
blanch of the District Polios Court to
day when he promised lo let tho woian
uloue and not tr to see her
The uoninn declaied that Pliimmer
hail hem In love with her and whctl
ihe rfUMd to have anything more to
do with him he threatened lo kilt hei.
Plumnici stu.ed thai tho (use was ex
actly opposite nnd that when he leased
to a attention lo her she had him
nrrestod. He promised mil to Irv lo
ste her again und was dismissed from
nnd riiliimac Telephone funipiiiK, tn.I
Miles Crenshaw, will k-iwi U'auhlu,
ton S.ituiday afternoon foi n week'ti
hunting trip at Wlldi.i ml. I'limtnii.t
count, Virginia Thej will limit on the
pluce of V. 1'. F.tiriu. Itisldes laldlii;
to the Held for iiiilll and ralibll, the
hunters will trull i.tcioons moll nl-Ilil
Mi. Khw will lake with hlin lilic'tlm .
bird dogs and tvvo coon dos
On n recent hunt near Miushnll ll.ill,
Mr. King gut .ihieteen iiiinll, el-viii
rabbits, .1 'posslinu nnd r. big i-ooim.
SALK OE CITY
Complain to Commissioners,
and Ask Strict
lor Infante and Children.
The Kind Yon Have Always Bought
Government Files Brief Op
posing Motion to Re
. , lease Pugilist.
Tho Intimation that tlio Government
believe tliu mmun cchy Jack John
on In no mixlauH to giit out on Lull at
t'lik'BRo Is that he may flco the coun
ti v nml csoapo prosecution under In
(l)rtmeiitH charging violation of tho
ulilto slave law, "us nimlo In a brief
filed nt the Hupremu Court today by
Solicitor General Uullltt. Tho brief
Ktrenuoualy opposes tho motion by
Jnhimon's attorne to admit tho pugl-
iimi 10 duii. j
som ASKca not excessive.
"Tho administration of tho criminal
.law would be brought Into disrepute If
one committing such an Infumous crime
as that for which Johnson has been In
dicted," says Mr. Uullltt. "could by for
feiting even a considerable sum of
'money vampc to a place where ho would
be free from fuitlur prosecution.
Thirty thousand dollars, while a largo
isuni. Is not excessive, because It Is ob
Mously not prohibitory. The very fact
that Johnson Is wllllnK to deposit cash
to that amount Is conclusive that tho
amount fixed Is not excessive.
nullltt argues thut JJo.kjO Is not ex
cessive, uecuuie. In tho proper enforce-
........ . 1... ...Imltiul In.. It la noc.uiiPV
that a lurgc discretion bo vested In tho I
i.lnl nnurt .
This illscrellon. Bullitt si'js. should
i. it be abridged by Hie Supreme Couit.
He says Iho couit perfectly right
.In icfLsliig a $.,(00 ccitirtratu of de
lK)Slt, as It would huvn no power to ac
cept laeh In lieu of bull.
One Bondsman a Perjurer.
Uullltt ql'otts ft Iclesram United
Ktctes District Attorney Wllkerson, In
which Wllkcrton i) that one of the
sureties tendeud by Johnson, commit
ted perluij In his exumlnjtlon. W'llkcr
on liuther hiis.
'At'iiitlon was called lo fact that de
li i.ilHiit Uohiiien) biul stated that It
wus Ills InLiilloti to leave this i oiintr.v
mi Nnveinliii 1", nml this statement win
nut mil idlited b either ilefenilunt or
eii of his loinsel In view of tli-i
tiumiion the uiurl wa entirely Justl
thi n the 1'xeiclse of his illscretlon In
requiring n hall bond with sureties,
whue mI( lutrtieMt hi signing 1h to pro
dut deffiiduut for tilal."
Has Annual Exhibit
William I' Uude, the I street florist.
It Klv lie his niiuuiil free floral ex-1
hlliltlim this ueek. Elaborate dlbplaj s
.of chr siiiuheinums, roses, violets, or
chids and other dowels arc shovwi. The
pi. tee i ho attractively decoratid that
mi p.isslug in I stieet. It Is nlmost Im
possible lint to stop and view the dow
Mr (slide Ipih extended an Invitation
to the memheiH of An me Chapter, Or-
del of the Cistern Star, to clidt his
(lace tonight The chapter will have
Us itnmi.tf gland v'sltiitlon, anil at (lie
ilose of the meetlns will go from the
Mastintc Temple to Mr. dude's place,
whee a flower will be4 presented each
number Tho party will be headed by
Mrs Tannic Tajlor. worthy grand
matron roi the District of Columbia,
nml Charles I'. Kobcrts, worthy grand
'(1 1 1 mi .
t Mi i u I ii m ti miiiicr tlin i 1 1 ml i i-iln nt '
Moonm. fi-rns nml pnlma nt Mr Gudf'fl
Iilart, ur vulel colored clt'ctr'o lights,
nnd ioieuled innon this display art)
h number of Vlctrol.iH KhlnK" uut i
(ontlnuutiH pruRium of ocal nnd In
Mi nnx-nUl music.
Mi tliulo ulm dlHp!aH a number of
Unphles won In Detroit, Boston, and
other placfH by his Arm.
Sent to Workhouse
For Stopping Officers
Mars Hawkins, Frederick Moore, and
I.i ru I'jge, all colored, charged with
Interfeilng villi Tutted States Deputy
Marshals Conn anil Mess In the per
formance of (hell duties, weie sent to
the woikhouso for thirty dajs by Judgo
Mullown, of the United States Urancll
of the District l'ollce Couit toduj.
The di puty marshuls entered the
house of Mary Mooie, In the southeast
poitlnn of the Ity, last night to servo
mi uttiiehmint on some furniture which
slie had The Moore woman was out
of the hoii'p nt the time but her friends
attempt fl to put the officers out of the
house Thr police weie called and the
thtce ui rested.
Strict enforcement of the excise laws
and the abolition of Baloons In the
neighborhood of Bchools. churches, ami
public parks was urged by a committee
representing tho Antl-Haloon League at
a hearing beforo tho Kxclso lioard to
day. Tho committee consisted of An
dtew Wilson, president of tho leaguo,
Dr. Donald MacLeod, pastor of tho
llrst Presbyterian Church; tho I!ov.
Arthur H. Spoontr, pastor of the Blxtli
Presbyterian Chuich; the llev. 0. II.
Butler, pastor of tho Columbia Heights
Lutheran Chuich; the Hev. J. MUton
AValdron, pastor of the Shlloh Haptlst
Church, and pesldent of the Alley Im
provement Association, tho Hev. J, Mc
Hrldo Bttrrctt. II. V. Kasterllng and
James I lCnan.
Stress was luld by the committee upon
thu entrance Into saloons of minors.
The law governing this, It wus deflated.
Is not enforced and thx hoard was
asked to co-operate with the l'ollce Do
partmint In pievintlng ntwsbojs und
other children from entering places
where lliiuor Is sold.
As spokesman for the board, Alexan
der MeKeiiile asked the committee to
report to the lioard specific violations of
the excise laws, to which It was said,
Immediate attention will be given, Tho
attention of the committee was di
rected to the hill providing for a better
regulation of the lliiuor traffic which
the Commissioners nnd thu Excise
Hoard have urged, but which Congress
has not yet acted upon
Following the hearing the committee
called on Major Hylv ester and was as
sured thnt careful report will be made
by the Police Department on all applica
tions for renewals and new licenses
Tho department will report also as to
what saloons serve lliiuor to women to
he drunk on the premises, the number
of estabHhhrncntx maintaining beer gar
dens or palm gardens, what places later
to the 'bucket trade." and the ntimher
of saloons near playgrounds, public
parks and public schools
Plans "Hobo College"
ST I.Ol'tS, Mo, Nov. U.-The trnmps
of St. Louis will go to school this win
ter f Dr. James Kads How, tho "mil
lionaire tramp," has his way He Is
considering establishing a "hoho i ol
lege," w here the unemployed may spend
their spire moments studying the arts
"The Iden s the result of mv recent
tour of Kuropc," sold Mr. How.
"Theie Is a worklngmen's college In
F.ngland Instituted bv an American stu
dent at Oxford that has been erv suc
cessful. My Idea Is to establish some-
"If we could get a building such as
the old cltv hall. I think we colli, I do
much good. When the men are not
working thev could go to school mid
study whatever struck their funcy "
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