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V tion in Wincliester WincliesterIntention WinchestorJnte
Intention Jnte jlj Irjcthn Victim Mrs Alexander V Vflaker 3t 3tUaker 2 2nl
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TOnrhfst Wnehi r y yBinkc Dot A AA A Powett PowettBrakes PowtI1IBnck
Bnck Brakes son uit of W V F Brookes a attted re retired No NottNd ¬
tired merchant oC AJe iHn Jecam1a missis was ar arrested a anstd r rV rrested ¬
V rested today on the charge of attempting attemptingto ttemptinto RC RCto
to kill Mrs Alexander M Baker DaJrerBrookts BakerBrookes ker kerBOlkeS
Brookes has been an inmate of the Win Winchester Winchetcr In Inche ¬
chester che ter Memorial Hospital for or treatment treatmentMr treaLnntMza t tMI1i1
Mr MI1i1 Baker with her daughter da ter Virginia VirginiaCabPll V VCabPll Virginia VirginiaCabell
CabPll Baker called in answer to his hI re request re reQuest reQuest ¬
quest and began to plead with him to tochange tochuge tochange
change his habits and go back to tohome fete fetehom hishorn
horn home LztUezandrIa LztUezandrIaIfl5 Alexandria AlexandriaJUiMS AJexandt1a41IiH8
JUiMS Ifl5 Baker Dak r Seizes A KKaUtut AMliallantAs KKaUtutAstaM n limit limitAs
As AstaM the women were speaking Brooke Brookesuddenly BrootrsuddeaJy Brookesuddenly
suddenly drew a pistol from beneath IteDeathpillow his hispillow hispillow
pillow and pressing P Ute Weapon poa close closeto cloeeto closeto
to Mrs Baker Bakera ra head head twice attempted to toshoot toshootker toshoot
shoot shootker her Bach time the pistol failed to toexplode toexpl4tde tocxpleds
explode and before he could again gsn pull pullthe pulltho pullthe
the trigger triSl r Miss Baker tluww herself heraeifupon heraelfupon herselfupon
upon the man and with ti the atd aid 1d of o a anurse anUfSt aV
V nurse wrenched the pistol out of his hishand hlahand hishand
hand handIt handIt handIt
It is claimed that Brooke Broollt waw formerly formerlyengaged foruierlyengaged II IIengaged
engaged to Miss Baker who i 18 < well wellknown wellknown wellknown
known in Richmond Washington and andBaltimore andBaltimore I
Baltimore society but that the engage engagement enemem engagemeat ¬
meat was wsbroken broken off of two years yeanBrooke ago agoBrookes ago13LOokee
Brookes ItM it is said attempted to kill Mrs MrsBaker MraBaker MrsBaker
Baker because of o her alleged II refusal to topermit topenl topenu
permit penu t her daughter to marry marryIt Mm MmIt hiniit
It was stated tstedVtonight tonight that the Bakers neH Bherswere Bakerswe
we eH at Art inclined to avoid publicIty pnbacityby put publicItyby kttY kttYby
by dropping the matter but that when wum it itwas Itwaa Itwas
was reported that Brookes made the re remark re remark remark ¬
mark that be was not sorry it wax de decides de dectdetl doeldei ¬
cides to prosecute him Robert T Bar Barton Barton r rton ¬
ton of Winchester Wincher ncbellter one of the most IntDent omi ominent mi mineat
Dent lawyers m in Virginia has been re retained re retained retaIiied
tained by the Bakers BakersUrookeV BekersDrookc BskersDrookes
UrookeV Success in BiisiiiexH BiisiiiexHAlexandria DmdnCJliHAlexudrla BtisliessAlexandria
Alexandria Vs Va Y Dec 3LAt 3L At the home homein bom bomin homeIn
in this t is city of William Fowle Brookes Brookesfather Brookswteer BrooktsV Brooktstbvr
V father tbvr cf c the young ourg man who attempted attemptedto
to shoot ioot Mrs Mm Baker ker it was known kMw that thatyoung thataung thatoung
young aung Sir Brookes was in a hospital in inWinchester inWIJlchester inWlflchester
Winchester JEN ht the th family was totally totallyunprepared totallyunprfpare4 totallyunprepared
unprepared foe any sr startling 1ItartIID news ac accenting QIDRceming n ncerning ¬
centing him He 11 was expected e to toto retain retainto retawto
to hs Ia home h JO1fl Jmt in a few day day3Htr dQ dQU di diV
V 3Htr l Brookes U Who Whi is 5 about outof SbOUtof twentyate twentyatek
k of a hatred J f in I this dtr dtrhi eltyr
i r hi bIIt bIItkerace We V Vbrokerage ft ftbrokerage V
brokerage kerace business in this city clt and andIIftun av Wash Washington ash ashingtun ¬
ington IIftunltH ingtunI4tr ingtonLattr
Lattr young 3OWI Brookes went w nt to Balti Baltimore BaJUmorll Baitincr ¬
more where he established himself In a aHour alIour aflour
Hour brokerage enterprise ente which soon be became be became became ¬
came a a success 8UC After a few years how bowever howevM however
ever he closed his Baltimore business and andagain an anagaia andt
t again began work ork In the Washington Waah on Held HeldJAPANESE fteIdJAPANESE foldPANESE
3IcnieI Icnlal Write rUes Fiery l icr Editorial Be Being DcIn BeIng ¬
ing In Follower of Jack London LondonSan IontlonSaa loiidoiiSan
San Francisco eo Dec 5L nTh The Japanese Japanesewho JapaneRwhO Japane Japanewho
who wrote the fiery ry editorial in the theJapaneseEnglish tbeJapaneaeED theJapaneseEnglish
JapaneaeED JapaneseEnglish h paper the Revolution Revolutionurging RevolutloDurglag Revolutioninging
urging the removal 8ID of President Roose Roosevelt Rooevelt Rosuevelt ¬
velt tile MQcado and all other raters raterslias roIenlIaS rulershas
lias been identified as T Takenehi a aJapanese aJapaaue aJapanese
Japanese soy of genecal housework in inBerkeley InBerkeley 1stBerkeley
Berkeley BerkeleyTakenehi BerkeleyTakenehl BerkeleyTakenehi
Takenehi says say he is a follower of Jack JackLondon JackL JackLondon
London L ndoft Takenihi says that when he first firstcame ftnItcame fretcame
came to this country he was w attracted by bythe bythe bythe
the reputation of London and he was inf informl in inforroqd
forroqd f that such a reputation could couldIt be beAssistant beaeq
aeq It by any one who bad the temerlt temerltto temerity temerityto
to id write startling < thi things and nd that thath04idaed
11 h04idaed ed to make a am caner for forIf forAsoletant
IfA If
Assistant A United States District At Attorney Attome Attoraey ¬
torney tome Black say se the utterances hi the thepublication tbelJUblleaUon thepublication
publication come under the law prescrib prescribing PftIIerlbin proscrtblug ¬
lug in deportation deportationJOHN deportationJOHN deportationJOHN
Given Chicago University M0HM uooonn uooonnaft t5O55an M0HMa >
a aft n New e Years Year Offering OfferingChicago OffcringChieao OfferingChieago
Chicago Dec 31 31John John D Rockefeller Rockefellertoday Rockefellertoda7 Rockefellertoday
today sent to the University of Chicago Chicagogifts Chicagogifts o oJUg
gifts aggregating ttng tI7 17WO Mr Rocke Rockefellers Rockefellers RocheIeIlea ¬
fellers gifts including this one aggre aggregate agreI aggregate ¬
I gate more than thanDC thanof 920009609 920009609Of
Of todays iecia gift J 27 s goes to the thepermanent uet theDermanent
permanent t endowment fund t white for forinakmg fOtmakIIIc formaking
inakmg up the annual deficit t tfor providing providingfor pnwldhsgior
for an increase e of instructors salaries salariesand Ja jarlea jarleaand ea eaaod
and various other purposes the remain remaining remainlug a aInc ¬
Inc 17rOM 111 to given givenlaeteding gteftI givenIncluding
Including I this 270MM OIN the University Universityof
of Chicago endowment fond ranks second secondonly 8eCOftdonly secondonly
only to that of Leland Stanford Stanfordairs tantOIdIrll ItanfurdUrs
airs Irll sell in Have Hearing Hearingoanwich Jlcaril1 Jlcaril1Gnrkb ilcarIziGremiwich
Gnrkb oanwich Conn Dec JL JLKr Mrs Cath Cathcryn Cathcry Cathcryn
cry cryn Neil eIi was brought to Greenwich Greenwicb this thisevening this8V thisevening
8V evening by Sheriff Ritch to answer to the thecharge tbecbar thecharge
charge cbar of murdering < her husband huabuDd Joseph JosephNeil IeeepbNeil JosephNeil
Neil in the Greenwich Hotel early this thismonth thIamonth thismonth
month Tomorrow New Years Day she shewill shewilt
will 111 be given a hearing in the Greenwich Greenwichcourt Gr GreenwichI wtcb wtcbcourt
I court She bad been held m New York Yorklor Yorktor Yorkior
lor requisition for two weeks weeksO1 weebOJll weeksOld
O1 Old < 1 Management Gets Got Hoacl HoaclMobile IlonlMobile ItonilMobile
Mobile Ala Dec 21 DThe The old manage management manage00nt e e1nent ¬
ment of the Mobile Jackson and Kansas KansasCKy KaBaJICk KansasCity
City Ck RaUroad Company secured control of ofthe orthe ofthe
the property again today ousting owtta B BDewey E EDewey EDewey
Dewey and J E Eo Don Dantalor ta lor who were ap appointed appointed ¬
pointed receivers Iyegl on Wednesday Decem December December DecentS ¬
S ber 31 The order ousting Dewey et etA etAJII a afrom 1 1flest
from JII control was ws issued issu by Chancellor ChanceflorThomas ChancellorTbOlftU ChancellorThomas
Thomas M Smith SmithGen SmithGeu SmithCcii
Gen BarriKcr Drops Dead DeadAsbiiry DcnJAilbtf17 DeadAabfl7
Asbiiry Park N J Dec StGen ILG J JBarriser Jr JDarrIr
Barriser r a retired army oJBeer sixtyftve sixtyftveyears Idxtyftveyrs elxtyflyeynars
years aid dropped dr 1 dead of heart disease dtoeaseat d dat
at the th Aabury Park depot today as he hewas lieF
was 1 wis about to take a a train for New York YorkAd YorkdeUcItR YostAddIck
Ad AddIck deUcItR Hcl Villa JIIn IK 1 Solcl SolclNewport SOJNewport loldNewport
F Newport R R I Dec 3L 31J LJ T BQward itiward Ad Addteks Addlcks At1dicks
dicks Newport villa B Bsfjedsty BrtvoJr Yli V wag aokl aoklioday 80Mioday
ioday edsty by the Newport Savings Bank Bankmortgagees BaftkOrtgageee Banklaortgagees
mortgagees who bid it In at C CFIorfllo 4t 4tFlorida ttMO j jFlorida
Florida and the South SouthThe SOlltlThe SouthThe
The Southerns Palm Limited via
Southern Railway resumes Sfrvlae ne Jan January Janvary Janlrz ¬
vary 7 1897 Pullmans Unset eanlpment
brl1 brilliantly antly electric lighted Lenve Wash ¬
ington 111 IiiitIn H p p m week days daysFor daJSFor daystFor
For the < he greatest amount 9f jf i Iient at atthe nttho atthe
the loRst oxpeaae ax upe ue an OIbJIQI Eniivater er
Radlttor DemoNttlOns g mi It ut n nw
1 1J
7thEY lBAIb YMoaJid MORE COPIDT COPIDTCancels iIcliJ iIcliJOnuceIA
Cancels DatCK DntefJ DatesJudge Jndse lgcBJ Excohcs EXC = t tC5 e 1I Men MenWho l lVllO
Who IfiRht Over Situation SituationDallas SituationV I IDallas
V Dallas Tex Dec SLUnitsjil 31lJ1d SUttsa SUttsaSenator Stat StetSenator I ISenaler
Senator Senaler J JV W V 8a a 3 iiA d4Y y at t Graham Grahamdiisliiad Grahamj i idT
diisliiad dT iha t1t Itrgest j political p Utic81 mec meet meetever hg hgever I Ieve
ever eve r held he Id In the th e PanfetHfite Fa Jtbauue of O oCof t rs f lAl < jMl jMlof
of jfche votsara v otaiflt tars njesant nt by a arM arMIbltd rfsfag > V Vpiftdged ta ta1Ii 11 11at
piftdged 1Ii ed their support supp rt to Bailey in th iJ sp spetoi s sdL > >
old election to be Hold ht on JanuaryoJ JanuaryjdThe JanuaryoJThe i iT
The T announcement was made j onittthat ojrigfti ojrigftithat Jrig1 I Itbat
that tbat Mr Bailey has found comytlena so BOgood sogood i iIn
good In the Panhandle that he usa can canceledrull eanC4Iletlllbts canos1e4
celedrull C4Iletlllbts os1e4 a1l his his dates dats in that eccti section and aD will willstart willstart willstart
start tomorrow t rrow for Au Awtlo tiu to t6 enter intO tetothe JatotIIe intOthe
the 8pctoJtjirJmiirj rt j ht t to If wfI fr v46 vtsCountJ vtsCountJA County CountyA CountyA
A Bailey B 1e el man Baa wJifte W 1jb jAakteje Rk1II tL speeek speeekin eCkIn stseoeliIn
in East Dallas to totf > 4 t y4et t Ito to a apt flghtwith lItIitwith i iwiUt
with ait a lj sjitVBailer ittBaIle a Ute speaker be being he hego belog
log go taken antBatIPiE before Jwtee I Williams VUlIams of the theCorporation UaOerponUon theCorporation
Corporation Court Court 1vho Xvho oho diecharged him himwith hi hiwith 1dmwith
with the remark remarkThe re lrk lrkuonte
uonte The situation t tlon V w intense enough ellO to tomake taJake tOmake
make almost hno t any an man n fight stat t I draw w theJJae V55 V55nfl the theHoe
Hoe nfl at fining ftaJn a aman man for t fistngfctfeig fst g so soeither eoeither 00either
either side Ht I4e of tills oueotion q q l don tIon in Texao as it itnow Itnow Itnow
now stands standsCOUNTESS standsCOUNTESS atandCOUNTLSS
Former Muxic Hall Singer Created CreatedSanysatlfw CreatedS CreatedSaatIen4
Sanysatlfw S SaatIen4 CtlftlDbY br Mnrrylns Peer PeerLondon PeerLoadeft PeerLodoit
Loadeft London Dec aCowitess Ctoncarty Ctoncartybetter ClUeartybetter CIaneartybetter
better known perhajB perhaJllta as Belle Bllton B Bfttoaan Blltonan toB toB8Jl
an exmusic hall sinser Is dead at the theage theof theage
age of thirtyeight thlrtyelchtrears years Her marriage marriagem
m IB ttM I at a registry offle omoe to Lord Dunto Duntowho Dun1owho Dunlowho
who succeeded his tetter ftbSi the Earl of ofi ofCIacarty i iI
I i CUwcarty ty In 18H 1111 caiesd a attoll a sensation la lai lal laloeIety 1 1sosisty
i society The marrlago Jed Jll to be shappy s ahappy I IhQpJ
happy one oneBeMe oReBeUe oneBeUe
BeUe Bikes began begL4lan > dsj flh V V s and aMJlttle smgans smgansas stagh stagha
as a a little girl at t the t thiWwtek Woolwich WkJ1l WkJ1lwMre Barracks Barrackswhere Birradiewhore
where her father wajr W W4 a sergeant of ar arUUery artJDecy atUulery
UUery Her mothet had taken part hi hitilt inthe m mthe
the little amateur tlMtotrlcal aJEatrs at attt itt
tt t > army 11II7 poet and a hrooght her two twotenters twosghtet I
11 tenters sghtet ten Belle and Fto Fin up m JaD4 a a aaM stngmg stngmgand
and dancing fIancI atmosphere atm08PL atmONIaere When the two twoglrte twowere
glrte 15 were still dlt in their teens they went wentto Westtto waistto
to to London and did the halls hallsSEEKS baDaSEEKS hallsSBEKS
Deteotives Want WantV Wantto V to Make Her HerWorthy HerWorthy HerWorthy
Worthy of Her Patherinlaw PatherinlawLord
Lord Almrrtare Wilting to Welcome WelcomeCnmille WecomeCumBIe Welcomecamille
camille Clifford lIrord If She Han HanTlliic 1Il 1IllIhlCDloocl hanutiLe
utiLe lIhlCDloocl lIhlCDlooclN Blood BloodPhiladelphia BloodPWladniphia
Philadelphia N 2 < Be an ILLord ILLordwM ILord L Iord Abeidare Abeidarewb00s Ahercto Aherctowhoso
whoso noote son married Cssaiile le Cord CBOordchorus CII LeIMwu Cordchorus
chorus girl with tt SMna Mosjfs avi s Befl of ofMayfalr rqfaJr alMayfair
Mayfalr eoa company toMryh i trylog to find a apedigree afor apedee
pedigree for his imwetojoioe IIJH1 daughterin daughterinlaw dshtertnlaw
law lawlie lawlie
lawHe lie has sent tpn private detectives 6JteetIveetItrOaP tOettvee seeming seomrtagthrough seemingthroih V
through Germantown working ow down downthrough watIIreuP downtsuIh
through Cliffords cUWm who UK e there to hd hdome fladsome nd ndsome
some rock bottom welt connected Clifford Cliffordlet CliU CliUlet Cliffordlet
let him or her be a hundred h years yearsfrom YM YMfrom bc bcfrom
from whom some etaease elie can be bet = wi withat w dsted dstedt
that t bia bis lordship may forgive tveaIId h b bsed sen senoad
oad welcome weIc his aetrep dawshteyfcutew dawshteyfcutewto btw btwJI
to JI the rank of r da As itjHjtjtomiti cspdYI of the theagency tilet theOney
t tbttc tbttcby
agency Oney but watched by bys by a personal repre representative reprosentative ¬
sentative s ntat1ve of the duke have done very verywell verywell
well wellThey wellTllty wellThey V I
They have discovered a Paul Clifford Cliffordabout Cltllordabout Cttordabout
about Germantown Ge They have also found founda
a a William Atherum n tOnI who who hi I7 I7was tlSt tlStwas fl0was
was a colonel m the Germantown G toWD mttttia mttttiaand IIdJItiaac1 militiaand
and fought the British This may 7 act notplease actpIeue actplease
please I lArd ord Aherdare but It entitles dtItM80ft his htosons his00qi
sons 80ft s wife to become a Daughter ef the theRevolution tkRevolutJoa theRevolution
Revolution which to Isrt something They Theyhint Tbe7hint Theyhint
hint that they are o 011 the track of V Vmore sttU sttUmore Imore
more sensational discoveries but what whatthey srhatthey lraa lraath
they th are they wont say sayOur ayOUr sayOer
Our agency said Jd one of the detectives detectiveswas detect detectWas detectivesWas
Was was employed by Lord Aberdres Abftdaret own ownagent ownagentS
agent t who Is superintending the work workHe WOIkHe workHe
He wants to be reconciled rftO to Ala Alabut son sonhut sonbut
but he wants waD to find a pedigree J for tile thoHon tileHOB theron
Hon ron Mrs Henry Tyndhwst Bruce BruceWe BruceWe BruceWe
We have made great progress on this thisso thisso
so far and we can show hoJw a very creditable creditableMne creditableline credftableline
line of ancestors already for Mrs Bruc BrucWe BrueWe Bruce BruceWe
We are on the track of a line of direct directancestry directanceetry directancestry
ancestry however which will make Lord LordAberdare IonlAbercllUe LentAberdare
Aberdare welcome w lc cne her to his heart heartFEDERAL beanFEDERAL lrtFEDERAL
Sumlny Wreck to Ii He Investigated Investigatedby
by l the Government GovernmentA
A Federal investigation of the theutrous din disastrous dinaetrous ¬
astrous wreck on the Metropolitan Branch Branchof Branchof Branchof
of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad at atTerra atTerra atTerra
Terra Cotta Sunday night n ht that may re result le lenit resuit ¬
nit in the passage e of additional laws 1 to toprotect toprotect toprotect
protect the traveling travell public Is among a the theprobabilities theprobabilities theprobabilities
probabilities probabilitiesThe probabilitiesTbe
The subject was discussed at a pro prolonged proon prolonged ¬
longed session of the members yesterday yesterdaybut YMtermurbut yesterdaybut
but the statement was made last night nightby nlgbtby nightby
by Commissioner GoinnslusIonr Clements that no JIM itmtlconclusion ihadconclusion I ICODClutdon
conclusion had been reached Further Furtherthan Furtherthut Furtherthan
than to make investigations of alleged allegedviolations alJ alJviolations allegedviolaUons
violations of the th safetyappliance act the thecotnmtoskm theIsaiott theeoeamlaalon
cotnmtoskm Isaiott has no authority and has hastherefore JIlt JIltrefore hntbtrefore
therefore refore never nev l taken up directly the thequestion theque thequestion
question que tlon of railroad wrecks It happens happenshowever happenahowever happenshowever
however that the commission is i conduct conducting conduetj conductleg ¬
leg j at t into time under a resolution re of ofCongress ofCoaIfres ofCongress
Congress an inquiry into the matter of ofblock ofblock ofblock
block signals how such signals are used usedwhether uaedwhether usedwhether
whether they are effective ltve in preventing preventingaccidents MevMtlngacckIents preveifflagaccidents
accidents and whether bether their use soould soouldbe snouklbe soonkibe
be required by railroads generally generallythroughout Ienerallyth generallythroughout
throughout th t the country If anything nTthlHldone to todone Isdone
done by the commission with ith a a view vie to togetting tottlUC togetting
getting at the causes for rthe the wreck at atTerra atTerra atTotia
Terra Oottait will 4ff be under the authority authorityof
of the resolution above referred to toUFRC toUrJc toUrge
Urge I Lord > or l Strathcoua to Stay StayOttawa Stft StftoUa StayOttawa
Ottawa oUa way Dec 31 31WhIle White there is nothing nothingdefinite ROthhqaeAmte nothh nothhdefulte
definite yet about Lord Strathconae Strathconaeresignation StrathcooaJeIlIfCDatkNt Stratheo StratheoreeIgiiaVtloit
resignation as Canadian high commis commissioner comm coisuniasIoner t tIdoMr ¬
sioner at London It to is said he will ask askto askt askto
to t be relieved from responsibility but it itto itb itin
to certain that the premier and govern government pvemme governmont ¬
mont me t will 111 use every effort to have him himcontinue himCOIIdRue isbncontinue
continue As to his successor it is be believed beJleYed beflayed ¬
flayed that If Sir Frederic F rlc Borden the theminister themllltter theminister
minister of militia Jl l1tta desired dellll the post poSt he hecould hecould hecould
could get it itCitizen itCltIzcu V VCitizen
Citizen Warned nrncll to Leave Leaverowzi Town TownPUlnnehl rownl V V
PUlnnehl l N J Dec aC F FiliaD Fman ifetts ifettsman
man a prominent citisen of Scotch ScotchPlains SnttchPlainS ScotchPlains
Plains has received several notices not advis advising advlaIftg advislag ¬
lag him to leave town at once under pen penalty penal17 penalty ¬
alty of death and declaring declari he will ill be betarred betarred betarred
tarred and feathered if found in the vii ¬
lage Ia e tomorrow Bet Bettman t man Is a a prominent prominentNew prominertNew prominentNew
New York business man man and one of the therespected therespected therespected
respected citizen of the community The Thenotices Thenotteea Thenotices
notices are signed Vigilance v lanee Committee CommitteeFormer Committeelormcr CommitteeFormer
Former Senator Bo Bowen ven Dead DeadPueblo DcadPu DeadPueblo
Pueblo Pu Cole Dec JL 31ThomuL ZLThosna Thomas AL M Bow Bowen BoweD Bowen
en formerly United States Sta teas Senator from fromColorado fromCoIerado fromColorado
Colorado dfed yesterday aged seventy seventyeno lleftntyne seventyone
one ne years yr He was prominent 1n m n State Statepolities StatepoIttte Stitepolities
polities for many years as a Republican Re RepubicanStart RepublicanStart Ubican UbicanStnrt
Start the JVcn cw Year Right RlRlitBegin UIJlltBegin RightBegin
Begin to save something Open an ac ¬
count v1th hacking dept of Union Trust
Co 1414 F Interest t paid on all accounts accountsx accoun
BY THE TRAGEDY TRAGEDYjjtagiiitude TRAGEDYMagnitlldennlHorror TRAGEDYgllitiilc
jjtagiiitude MagnitlldennlHorror gllitiilc and andlloiror Horror of the theDisaster theDisaster theDisaster
Disaster Appal AppalGMEF A PIJal PIJalGRIEF VV
GRIEF ON ALL VJpESHospitals SIDES SOESHospitals SIDESHospitalsltul
Hospitals Hospitalsltul and the Morgue lIorgucFillcH lIorgucFillcHrith Filled Filledwith Filledwith
with Sad Throne ThronePltlfnl ThrongPltlfu TliroiigPltIfnl
Pltlfnl Scenes Banded as Relatives RelativesSnn5 RclntheJlan Relativesana
Snn5 an ana Friends Frlendi4ittcml1t Attempt Jclent IdentificatiOn Ilentlficnttono Jflcatlon Jflcatlonof
of o the Mutilated Boaicv DotUeVomcn DotUeVomcnFnlnt BodiesWomenFaint Women WomenFttlnt
Faint Durlnjp Dur1nj the Ordeal OrdenlRemnll1H OrdenlRemnll1HLnld Remhins RemhinsI
I Laid ild Out O t on OJ o SInli und on onthc the Floor FloorViewed FloorIecd FloorsViewed
Viewed Iecd by b Snd Procession ProccmilonThe ProccllidonT ProcessionThe
The T one theses of o dte lisstun < sjBn yesterday yesterdaythroughout yesterdRYtArovgt yesterdaytisrotigliout
throughout Washington shthgton TOHS Wits IK the raagnl raagnltntie ImIIfflItu mageltntlo
tntie tu e and horror rer of the railroad J1ltJt ad disaster disasterat disasterat disasterat
at Terra Cotta It seemed that something somethingof
of the grim tragedy y of It ail was written writtenhi writtenhi rrlttonIn
hi most faces that one met flot Men meeting meetingIn
In the ears or on the streets or gath gathered gthesad ¬
ered 84 at their places Iac of badness bUltn 8 would wouldStone wouldat wouldgIno
Stone at one another and andln Instead of the theeustOMary theury theOUtOSVTY
eustOMary ury Aorning g salutation utaUOB ORe would wouldsay woulday wouldsay
say What a a horror and the reply replywould replybe replywould
would be an n assenting horrible hoiTiblelThe horriblebe hosrThielThe
The greatest disaster ter th tbCt t has even evencame evencame evencame
came to Washington ublngtOla as a city That was wasthe wasthe wasthe
the voiced expression tXI I I of many ntaa and al although aJ aJUIoutrh 1 1though ¬
though there wre were some who recalled reeaNedscenes recaJW11ft recalledsenses
scenes 11ft of the ur thV war days when many JneD7homo a ahome ahattie
home was bereft befWt there were none to die dissent diet di disent ¬
sent t from the fact that this sodden Mow Mowwhich 1 blowWhich w wbIeh
which tell hi the blackness blackne s of of Sunday Sundayevening Sttna1ayg Sazidayevening
evening g was Ute grimmest and most awful awfuitragedy afulUse4T awfultragedy
tragedy of modern na times in Washington IVasnlnetonSo W WashingtonSo lllntton
So thoroughly and painstaking had nil nilthe IIUthe allthe
the fact tacU been garnered that little was wasleft wasett I Ilett
left ett to speculation The worst w rst was known knownand knowaad knownand
and ad no imagination natlon could conjure col lNe up upscenes litof uprues
scenes of sadness sadne duea and pain and horror horrorthat herrotdIat horrotthat
that were w worse than the fatal truth truthVisit truthYlsIt truthVisit
Visit Morgue loruclI nnd an d HnMpltnls HnMpltnlsIt hlon ham hamwi I
It was Dot yet daylight before the ex exodas exdowDtowD cxedna
edna downtown began and can from fromevery trolAeftIT frontevery
every direction as they made their first firstmorning ftrK1DOrDIa8 firstmorning
morning trips trt trip brought broul t with them pale paleJfeoad Malemen palenien
Jfeoad men and woojte wss women M enVW their theirway I
VW way to the variom varlo bosjiitaJs or to the tkeDistrict uDI8tdct theD
District D morfue morfueIt morgucIt if ifIt
It was strange to mark mutt1N Iww w rarying raryingw Yamlitthe vary1uWere
w Were re the emotions U4 expressed luL Most t of oftbesc ofae oftM
tbesc tM early comers In a search an1a for foranxiety tflr1teJond se sebeloved
beloved ODe had spent ut night of terrible terribleanxiety I IalUdety
anxiety and some of o them showed the theeffects tilee4eciII theeect
effects eect of the awful awfu11NnWa strain JlIMt 3ila > ln ia titof a s 4t 4tof efe efeof
of their women Taik tnc fnfl or ot of UUJe IIUtIstared Uttisstared JUMrsH JUMrsHstared
stared dumbly damI at the tbethe sotfdon saommg as asthe asthe
the emr r took them on tUstar w7 w7t v y Abooi AbisLthe Abooitoe
toe t they heard Ma mea taftmg about bent dIe tkew dIewtdt lbsweeck
w wtdt ek as4 its honors hut they took kJart us uspart nopart
part in iMKh i ossevssflon If just JatJllJJto etst etstdaiMy stared stareddanMy
danMy banging e s r1wM JllJJto JllJJtoncI to aSiuiet aSiuietshied some mot motshred
shred of f hope hopettne V 7 V
M the = and anded j
ed 1 1wns
li 11t t j jhad
ttne had resjaswewl JJW liseWi Uml thre threwas tbeftwas
was something SOIMtb ttke Iie calmness In the va various viuse ¬ I
use wards lay many ny sufferers tCeft1S battling battlingfor battlingfor tWn tWnfor
for life some so swathed In bandages IMAd S as asto asto asto
to be unrccogaissole unreccJCII and all all 11 with few ex exceptions excepUon oxceptiona ¬
ceptions were m In a dull lethargic stupor stupordue Bt1lPOldue stupordus
due either eltb to merciful drugs d 1 or to the re reaction reI reaction ¬
action after ftfr the bitter experiences experiencesAnxious experif1aces4ftrlou experiencesAnxious
Anxious Ply 11 Questions QiieitiniiMKariy QueJltloulIJarly Questionsgarly
Kariy the hospital bll ante anterooms te1OOIIbI rooms were werethronged weredho werethronged
thronged dho ged witn anxious relatives and nd nu numerous n nroua snmorons ¬
morons roua attendants were kept t busy Kayswelln an answering aniwering ¬
swering < questions prompted by keen and andexcusable aD4exeusable andexcusable
excusable anxiety but often Incoherent Incoherentand IncobereataDd Incoherntand
and meaningless meanl e8a When it was 8 found to tobe tobe tobe
be practicable and the inquirer Inqutrerto seemed seemedto
to have some dentrite reason for belief beliefthat beliefthat beliefthat
that those he sought might lI t be within the thesilent theeat thesilent
silent eat nurses Dunes tenderly tenderl sympathetic would wouldtake woutdtake wouldtake
take the visitor into the lhenI ward and quietly quietlypoint quleUypoint quietlypoint
point out the bed on which the patient lay layThere layThere layThere
There were few w outward demonstrations demonstrationsof
of grief They The wr were mostly J like the tnewoman thewoman thewoman
woman heavily veiled who called before briorloclock
7 1 oclock at the Emergency Hospital The Thedescription Thedescription ThedO1CtttV1Ofl
description she gave ve of the patient she shewanted 8beted shewanted
wanted ted was a clear one and she was led ledto edto ledto
to a bed where Mft a man of about thirty Qiirtyyears airtyy thirtyyears
years y rs with itb both legs broken In many manyplaces manyplaces ni niJlace
places and with 1tb Internal l injuries from fromwhich fro frowhich fromwhich
which h W is doomed to death lay hi a astate atate astate
state tate of coma comaShe comaShe comaShe
She stood by the bedside and awed at athim litblm athim
him blm and listened painfully p to his slow slowand slowand slowand
and labored breathing breatkllI Site threw back backher 1JeclbEI backher
her veil to 0 get a dearer view v w Half tim timidly timidly timidly ¬
idly she stretched forth her hand and andsmoothed andamootlwd andsmoothed
smoothed the t coverlet that lay across ate atebreast hisbreast I
breast and she let her fingers tbt f1II rest a mo moment momeat isoJitent ¬
meat on the rigid I pate hand that hung hungoutside b boutatde hungoutside
outside outatdePiJhtlf
Fights Hack Her Grief GriefShe GriefShe GrleLShe
She realised perhaps that nevermore in inthis Jath Inthis
this th world orld would this patient rest his eyes eyesfen eyesItlon eyest
fen t recognition Itlon on any who were dear to tohim to1aba tohim
him She gave a sigh siblt and looked up to tosee t tsee tosee
see the nurse regarding her with pity pityHer pityHer pityIer
Her eyes were filled with tears to rll With Vltb a agesture ature agesture
gesture ture of despair she moved from the thebedside thebedside thebedside
bedside fighting htlD < back her grief griefThats grleLThats IeC IeCrbats
Thats him she said then dropped droppedher droppedIter droppedher
her veil again and hurried out into the therain tbemIL therain
rain rainThe
The largest throng by far gathered at atthat atthat t tthat
that grim m rendezvous nd ToU8 of death dMUttbe the Dis District DIstr1ct Dieti ¬
trict ti Ict morgue mor It has been Jong indeed indeedsince Indeeclsince Indeedsince
since the Seventh street cars have lIwe been beenso
so generously patronized All the morn morning mOrJIIhlt mornbig ¬
big long the cars were crowded and that thatlittle thatlittle thatlittle
little waiting station on the south side sideof aideof skitof
of the Avenue A venue was filled I1ed with sadfaced sadfacedpeople SAdCacedpeople sedfacedpeople
people sheltered from the rain and waiting waitingto wa1tin wa1tinto
to be carried down toward the river on ontheir ontMlr ontheir
their mission of despair despairThe despairTte despairThe
The street about the morgue was wasthronged WuthroA wasthronged
thronged throA < ed with th vehicles nnd the dull black blackwagons blackW3 blackwagons
wagons of the undertakers were waiting waitingthere wl waitingthere t1n t1nthere <
there in force Standing under umbrellas umbrellastne umbrellasthe umbrellasthe
the throng filled half the street stl t and andthrough andtbtOU8h andthrough
through the crowd a lane was formed and andheld andheld andheld
held by the police and through this thiswalked thl thlwalked thiswalked
walked the people peopleMearchlng searching for their theirdead theirdead theirdead
dead deadi
V i Mia < tls street there is a row of brick brickSOMfcte brickad brickVb0Vs
SOMfcte and here It seemed that household householdduties houeholdduties hoissehokiduties
duties were suspended while at the win wlndcws wlodcs windcwa
dcws and in the doorways housewife gos gossiped gossipro go gosiped ¬
siped with housewife about the tragedy
The > children of these the e hourcs hour were wereaffected un unaJCected unaJrected
affected for they played about In front frontin froRtIn frontIn
in spite of the rain and their unchecked uncheckedlaughter uncheckedlaughter uncheckedlaughter
laughter struck a discordant note in the thescenes thecene8 thescene
scenes of sorrow sorrowAre sorrowAre sorrowAre
Are Quickly Identified IdentifiedWithin IlcntltlcVlUdn IdentifiedWIthin
Within the morgue was a busy bUB place placebut placebut placebut
but it was wondorful how quickly the thedead thedead thedead
dead there were Identified As soon AS usthis AStJals asthis
this was done the th waiting undertakers undertakersfound undertakersfound undertakersfound
found another job and the corpse up to tothen tothen tothen
then simply a unit among the unknown unknownbecame unknownbecame unknownbecame
became the object of attention was carod carodfor carodfor caredfor
for shrouded sbroucle 1 and qofllned and carried carriedaway carrieda carriedTile cardedaway
away awayThe a
The capacity of the morgue was as tested testedDownstairs testedD testedDownstairs
Downstairs D wnstalrs In the room that fronts the thesullen thesull thesisilea
sullen sull river just back of the inquest inquestCONTINUED InquestrO InquestOTINUED
iroAr Xp vo Arransenientg nnJCl11ent8 Made Mndq nd for Funeral Funerali Ftln f1J f1Jot
i V V of G P O Employe EmployeThe En4jiIoycThe miUo > e eThe
The body of Commodore Perry Brown Brownwhich Brownwitfch Brownwhich
which was identified IdenU ed at t tVwprgue tbiVmDrguejyeaterday early earlyyesterday onrJyterday
yesterday terday morning mornlngbY by some sOinO of his rela relaf re1uUvss Iu Iuth
f lives th and nd friends has been b be token t to tOtJl tOtJlundertaklnbshop Uio Uioundertaking tiu tiuundertklng >
undertaking undertaklnbshop shop of Josep JosepfG JosepGawIer Gawler < wler wher wherit whnrtt whreit
it will WillV Willbe V b bi held limit th thbody > body b of hTTwtte hTTwttehas hTSWIth hWW1 hWW1kiibn
h kiibn has tbbGlt toon it positively identified 14entttJ d They W M1 M1ow ra raOK ili iliowftte
OK owftte The train together and all ll day yester yesterday yest esiOr esiOrcIA r rdst ¬
day dst the neighbors relatives and friartfls friartflsof d riOflll riOflllof rtd rtdof
of Mrs Brown mode mtU e th their lr way to tiie tiiemorgue U1emorgue Us Usmorgue
morgue and tried to identify k1enUtyU Use e body bodysupposed bodysupposed bodysupposed
supposed to be that of Mrs MnJlJrown Drown which whicht
is t badly disfigured disfiguredThe dt3 dIflIguredThe gur8d gur8dThe
The few trinkets which htch warefound wQr rOU9d with withthe withtbe withthe
the body are being used fet the afld9t fJltd oiiipr oiiiprto 9I 9Ito d dto
to identify WfttSfthe kltVt1t tjie remains There ut mtra re tiv tivrings twG twGrings twrings
rings MI ona on jpand 3 and and thou are snM Sft tto ttobeionglO to tobelong tobelongio
belong beionglO to Mrs 1It Brown VJf 5fl but the relative relativeand r ratheand lf1th lf1thud
and frtewi IJ are ar re not positive posUIYeIt positiveIt
It is thought t 1tt that tJ the ring which b biJ1i biJ1ithe bIZ bIZthe < jrj jrjthe
the initials C 4 B belonged to 11n 11nunt ntt nttaunt n niunt
aunt of the dead woman and an effort effortwill ot effortwill rt rtwitl
will be made to locate her or Rscert aseerttn aseerttnthe ta tathe e ethe
the names of persons who might m ht hove hovegiven 11f1vgiven ha hagiveit
given the ring to her herCommodore herCnedore herGsnmedore
Commodore Perry Brown was born IB IBthis I Ithl6 litthis
this city in 1828 and was on OM of tire th oWflsit oWflsitreeMents ot Okioltresidents sl slre
residents re In 181 1 it Me was emyea mp1 yea In Inthe IIIthe Inthe
the Government PrinUas Prin Printing Offica Office after afterlearning atterlearning afterlearning
learning the trade in some Of o the oh ohjprinting ohpnnUng oldprinting
printing shops of the city Haw tIe wac S jt jtmember AIMmber itmember
member of the MeKendree If S Olin OhBfrom Ohefrom Olinfrom
from which place the funeral funerallikely servlees servleeslikely moos C ClIk
likely lIk 1y be held heldNo heldNo heldNo
No d4aJte d glte tte plans for the funeral ft hKV hKVbed bstvbtVO v6 v6bee V
bee bed as yet bat they will probably probablybe pr ibtyM
be decided ded upon today and if the body bodyof lMKIyor bodyof
of his wife is I found it Is I thought that u udouble udouble adouble
double funeral will take place placeM placeKNOWN placeKNOWIT
KNOWN DEAD IOW O 44 44ill1 4 4All
M But Two Victims of ofWreck ofVreck ofWieck
Wreck Are Identified IdentifiedCROWD IdelltifiedCROWD Ideifi1iedCROWD
Rxtinmteil Atlmn tcl Mote ore Than 30OOO Called CalledJDnrJug OI1 Calledjifliug1hc ed edDtitlughc
JDnrJug Dtitlughc the Day DIQIOnc One Heninlnlnjgi nemnlnn ReninInihn ReninInihnThat l lThat
rF rFThat
That of Woman oJUan the Other a Uf viian viianTwentyfour ljiu ljiuTontour 1nn 1nnTirontyfour
Twentyfour Patients Remain lri hiL hithe lrithe inthe
the Various Hospital HospitalWreck I1ollJJtaVreck hfosIttnlsWreck
Wreck Statistics to Datcv DatcvNumber Date DateNumhr Datetisnhvr
Number tisnhvr of Identified a dend dendOthriti end nd 42 42Ofhrjui J Jonu
Ofhrjui onu reported leiul < i 6 6Xmnbor 64ut 6tum1sor
4ut Xmnbor or unidentified hJentUlcd deail cteftl1 leLizdsbcr eO eONIJ 5 5Numltor
Numltor NIJ izdsbcr alcr of Injured Injurediinibcr Im Imu 08 08Xumbcr
Xumbcr u lbcr left at hoxpital bopftnllllUp hospitalsli r J4 J4Tip
Tip li to an early hour this 8 msvsjto mnSie4 the thetotal tatotal us ustotal
total Hat of dead as the rossjt o the thewreck tbew thewinch
wreck w ck at Terra Cotta SUIMIa SUIMIaG Sunday s ol5bi gh wM wMM
M G of whom have beenJfcnUi3 beenJfcnUi3the been Weft Wefttbe Idestif Idestifus
the us two unidentified bodies bodiesmorffue Uae UaeI
morffue gus In I addition iddIti at atWilt t > sn snwhf > V Vwb
Wilt wb have Iaa been unoJUotopr unoJUotoprwfco uaa unoq unoqbIio 9ft Jr JrtItwtIo
bIio wfco cannot eaRnotn canns he betetal ao aototal V
total npokber n
11 aeC aeCHIIII V Vii Vii4IIl
toxmrr st dtotts dtottsjttato 4IIl III IIIMaD Infta1e
jttato fta1e Many of T TThe ut otfesr pct pcttoxmrr f fAC 1 V VFs
= Fs AC f iftiiit iftiiitThe V VThe
The Mtnttnowtto I4intIfist1on tlftatlear of q the 1M jtdnnel BOjIfss ov ovtinned is istinned
tinned at the morgue e Iron mersfla snorg 111 > g tmtfl tmtflnight ubtnbt titllnight
night When the doors were finally nrwUlyclosed ftnaJlJc finallyciomd
closed c there remained bet two mangled mangledbodies mangledhodles ed edbodiea
bodies of the only onl persons accounted for forwho ferwoo forwho
who have not DOtThirty ben berJdrntled berJdrntledThirty > tentUled tentUledThirty
Thirty or mere oodles had been posi positively poIIitk iindthil ¬
tk thil tively y identified JeIent and removed leIII to the under undertaking undertaJd undertaking ¬
taking taJd establishments eeta throughout tbn out the thecity tlMelt thecity
city elt
IOOOO I tc People Hle VlMifcd Vlsi led Morgue JlorsruoMoryoemaster Jlor MorguehiIorgemsater ue ueXeD1Uter
Moryoemaster Schoenberger said at the theend tbeeDd theend
end of the day yesterday that JOWO 10 no peo people peetie peopie ¬
tie had visited the morgue mor e during the thenight thenJwIrt thenight
night and day The threatening threatenlB and die dtoagreeaole cHs cHsoIe dieagreeaole
agreeaole oIe weather had no a effect on the thecurious thecune thecurisse
curious crowd that vtotteii the scene of ofthe o othe ofthe
the catastrophe at Terra Cotta From Fromdaylight FromI Fromdaylight
daylight I t until long alter dark last even evenbag erfnID evening
bag the INOP peopehundreds people e hundreds and hundreds hundredsof
of them themmade made their way to the ground groundwhere broundwhere groundwhere
where scores of human h beings had been beenkilled 1HJeftIdlled beenkilled
killed and injured An estimate for the theday tbeday theday
day place the total number of visitors visitorsat vWtoraat visitorsat
at over 0 50 50Most 50JI 50JIMoetof Oli OliiWest
Most Moetof of the sightseers beers were bent upon uponsecuring VpottseeurIDI uponsecuring
securing some souvenir eAtr of the worst worstwreck worwtreck worstwreck
wreck reck in the aanato a of the District of ofColumbia oCCoIUlllbia ofColumbia
Columbia Men x women and children childrensearched ehl1d childrensearched n ncbed
searched among am the ruins for some relic relicto relicto relicto
to take home Pieces of wood and scraps scrapsof 8Cla1Nlof scrapeof
of Iron too numerous to mention and ftcl too toosmall toon toosmall
small n to be gathered by 1 the Italian labor laborers laborers laborera ¬
ers who ho cleaned the track were were also alsopicked alsopicked alsopicked
picked up and carried away a way by tho treas treasure treasure tressore ¬
ure hunters huntersSeveral huntersSeveral
Several policemen were detailed to the thescene th thlCftIe thscene
scene to take care ca of the thelftorbkl morbid crowd crowdthat crowdthat crowdthat
that had gathered bered Many 4aay of C the people peopleremained peopleremalnt peopleremained
remained d for bows and hours bours and stood stoodabout stoodllbout stoodabout
about In groups talking of the wreck of ofthe oftlte ofthe
the night l before beforeTrack beforeIrncli beforeTrack
Track Is Cleared Away AwayWhen Awn AwnWhen AwayWhen
When daylight canm camj yesterday e terday the thewreckage thewrecb thewIekage
wreckage wrecb had practically tlc8ny been cleared clearedaway cl clearedaway lrlK1 lrlK1aw1
away All night the wrecking crews c S of ofthe orI ofthe
I the railroad company assisted by the thefiremen theAleIIIen thefronton
firemen and police were hard at work workand workaJMl workand
and traffic was reopened at an early earlyhour earlyhour carlyhour
hour yesterday morning All that re remained re reIned resnalned ¬
mained Ined of the wreck Jast t night were we a afew afew afew
few remnants mN n of the heavy engines and andears andCfIL andMany
ears earsMany CfIL
Many Man expressions expr of gratitude have been beenheard benhea1d beenheard
heard among the citizens ettJ RI and officials of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the District for th tM work workoCrescue of rescue for aW aWing akfI aiding
ing I the injured and the task pf f caring
for the dead as perfonned by the police policeofficers policeomce policeolficers
officers omce and members of Engine Company
No 17 Upon receiving word that thatterrible s sterrible iterrlblf
terrible accident had occurred Maj Syl Sylvester S Sylventer I IVNter ¬
vester immediately ordered out the po ponce po poJe ¬
nce JIce and firemen ftrem R who remained at the thescene theeeene thescene
scene until every injured person and nil nilthe altthe allthedead
the thedead dead bodies had Jut been taken away WIL WILVhile
While there was little fire in the crushed crushedami cruehtodand crushedand
and broken cars and engines the firemen firemenupon Aremenupon firenienupon
upon their arrival began work Assisted Assistedby Assistedby A l5ted l5tedby
by willing hands of citizens eltl lUl and passes passengers paseenrs passesgers ¬
gers rs who had escaped Injury the firemen firemenused ftremenWitd firemenused
used their tucks in th taork jyork r k of rescue reseue la laboring laboring Iaboring ¬
boring all night n t long IOQgTwent lostgTwenty tJ agf agfTwenty
Twenty Twent policemen fwpjt fi the three near nearest nearest neareat
est precincts remained all night at Term TermCotta JeJ1IlCotta ltrritCotta
Cotta assisting in the strenuous stn > nOOJ8 relief reliefwork reliework reliefwork
work These e men were under the com command command consmind ¬
mand of CapL Elliott of the Tenth pre precinct precinct proclnct ¬
cinct That the injured inJ persons ptr ons and the thedead thedoa4t thedca1
dead bodies of ctheityaseengers etM1 pas eJtg < rs less for fortunate forumate fortestate
testate were rescued and brought to the thecity thecity thecity
city In so short a time Um is due to the heroic heroicwork herokWJrk heroicwork
work of the firemen and police officers officerswho o officerswho fficcr3who
who labored with 1tb the citizens citizensHuHlinml citizensIImclmutl eltlnesishusband
husband Identifier IVI Wifes Uc fes Body BoilyAfter Deu Deufter V VAfter
After searching rchlnS among the hospitals of ofWashington ofWuhll1 ofWashIngton
Washington Wuhll1 ton and vicinity lclnlt Samuel Com Compiler Compher Cornpher ¬
pher of 731 Third street street called at the themorgue themorgue themorgue
morgue yesterday afternoon still hoping hopingthat hopIngtlNlt hopIngthat
that his wife ife was alive Going among the theunidentified theunidentified theunidentified
unidentified dead he discovered discovered the re remains remains remains ¬
mains of his wife Mrs MrsVNOttiC VNOttiC Nettie Lee Com Compher Compher Cornpher
pher The body bod was W badly mutilated mutilatedThe mutilatedThe mutilatedThe
The husband arranged for 4r the removal of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the corpseS and It was s taken to an under undertakers undertakers undertakers ¬
takers establishment e to bo prepared for forburial forburial forburial
burial The funeral will probably take takeplace takepiece takeplace
place tomorrow tomorrowOther to rro rroOther V VOthet
Other new oftlic ofth ivrcck rck will lie liefoauil bcfound befound
found on Page 9 <
frast Last S Services rvjces to Be Held HeltlOverVictiJns HeldOver fieldVV
VV Over OverVictiJns Victims of Wreck WreckEntire WreckMANJIOMES VreckrA
is isjglltircFuniI
jglltircFuniI Entire Family of ofNewark Newark Evan Evangelist Eyungelist Evangeiist
gelist to Be Buried Buriedggather Buriedp BuriedMatlser Uliccl Ulicclther
ggather Matlser ther nnd niutSons Sonx Mother and Dauph Dauphter2 Dnuhtcr DaughIearsI
ter2 tcr IearsI uttil Girl ChnniH Will VIII Be Laid LaidAnVhr LaidAnhty uld uldA
AnVhr A Together loctJactrrwo Two Kunlo Chil Childrcn Obl1dr
5 drcn dr n Lie Beau Delul l at Morgue While WhileJPnther WhileFather VhUeFather
Father Mother and Son Arc in inHospital InlIolfpltnllfIrol Inhlospitalslrof
Hospital lIolfpltnllfIrol Prof KiiigrN ICIng Funeral FuneralKew 1nucrnINew FuneralRaw
New Years Year Day wilt 1n be a sal 4 ope In Inmany IIIm hamail
many m mail of Washingtons homes homeJUIt nnd nndsiitt adstilt
stilt more tomorrow t monpw for nearly all the thefunerals theterala thefunerals
funerals of the victims of the wreck at atTerra ItTerra atTerra
Terra Terra Cotta Sunday So night will 111 be kid hekltoday kidtoda heldtoday
today toda and tomorrow Never m In the his history ht httorr history ¬
tory of Washington W t have there been m mmany omI1 isomany
many mI1 funerals planned for two days ami aminever an1aever I Isever
never have there been so many double doubleand doublend
and nd triple services rvkw necessary necessaryHearses JMeryHeaIHff miecemuryHearses
Hearses will 111 be busy all day today toda and andtomorrow a atomorrew andtomorrow
tomorrow carrying carl7la their tlHdrnlena burdens to the themany theany themany
many cemeteries and the particularly MUtteuJari7feature sad sadfeature sadfOature
feature Is that many of the bodies were wereso werebltd
so 3 bsxlly bltd mangled tlsft tIMtt the relatives relalh will willha wlUMY willhave
ha MY have tham interred without wosat taking a last lastlook JutJ Insthook
look f < t their faces so Ute remembrance remembranceof
of their appearance ppeua ee daring life will 111 111the be bethe beUse
the impression imp he retained retainedFather retabte4lFather rstolneFather
Father and sons mother and daughter daughtergirl daughtergirl gbt gbtgirl
girl chums eIIu and in the case of the avenge evangelist avengelint Ulge UlgeUst ¬
list from Newark Ohio Pr r Dattey AB ABentire ansatire D Dentire
entire family will be laid away some of ofthem ofthem ofthem
them in the same grave fto and the others othersin othenIn othersIn
in plots of ground und adetaiJig Services for forpractically forpracUca11y forpractically
practically all the dead of Sunday SuIIda nights nightstragedy nl nightstragedy lat8 lat8trqedy
tragedy will be Mid lo Washington al although aJ aJt iiithough ¬
though t in many eases the interment Will wintake Willtake willtake
take place in other cities citiesIn ddaIn citiesIn
In a number of oases funeral arrange arrangements a ameaia arrangemeats ¬
meats cannot be made until other bodies bodieshave 1MKIIeave bodieshave
have ve been Identified IdeaU and some of o the theskuatkms tilelIItuattou thesituatlog
skuatkms lIItuattou in which families find them themselves the8aseaT themselves ¬
selves seaT widely separated t some in hoe hospitals hepita hoepitals ¬
pitals pita with wa others ue dead are heartrending heartrendingKunlo hertreDdlnsl henrtrendIngICunlo
Kunlo l unIu Home Desolated DesolatedWith DesolntcclWith DesolatedWith
With two t members beta of the Kunlo family famflyFrancis fa faFranc familyFrancis
Franc Francis Kunlo eighteen months old old oldJaIlIe and andAnnie andAnnie
Annie Kunlo a little rightyearold tyeuold girl girllying 5b1IJ1D gMlying
lying IJ1D cold in death upon slabs at the themorgue theaDd themorgue
morgue and John A Kunlo KunJo his wife ife Mrs MrsLixfe MraU8h MrslAssie
lAssie Kunlo KUIa and son Joseph T four fourold years yearsold yesseold
old old at various hospitals ta18 th the Kunlo home homeat bolMt boiseat
at t IS P street northwest last night t pre presented pneente4 prostifled ¬
stifled a cheerless cheerlsa and desolate scene sceneThe SCiIRfJThe sceneThe
The pall of death had settled abovt the thefireside tileftralde thefireside
fireside of the once happy home and save saveone aTeone saveone
one one every chair was vacant vacantSobbing vacantwttb vacantSobblzg
Sobbing with grief and almost aystori hy hybeca hystsrlrat
rat 1 because beca of her afiiictfcm Mrs Theresa Theresap Tbefttlar
r iM = 77 77iM p D 3mfy VV VVut f feouM V
eouM < ufj ut hardly dteouss whmtrhwd 1IIt 1IItpftIed iuc isrnresii isrnresiipded reaUr hah hahpitted
pitted To her h r UA fearfat te catastrophe catastrophewhich ca cawlltehtotether catastrophewhich
which wlltehtotether together with more than two score scoreof scoreol scoreof
of lives bad brought death to two t tlien mem members memhers ¬
lien of the Kunlo household and adthe lied liedthe loft loftthe
the others between life and eternity eternityalmost emily emilyalmot s salmost
almost unbelievable unbelievableLate WlMlievableLate unbelIevableLate
Late last l t evening < Mrs Josephine Cook Cooksister CeeIE CeeIEl Casksister
sister l of Mrs Kunlo arrived here from fromher ther fromher
her home in Baltimore but was not per permitted permitted permitted ¬
mitted to KO to the bedside of the theWOmaJL injured injuredwoman Injuredwoman
woman She then the hurried to the family familyhome t tIaoIne fainlighome
home and 04 found her mother The latter hitteralready latterallMQ latteralready
already bowed do d dota a by the infirmities of ofage ofge ofage
age ge was keeping a ceaseless vigil and andan adan andall
an aewg lMrom rotn th t tte bedside of the injured injuredones bdareIIODell Iredones
ones wsfe carefully withheld from fromNerve her herNerve IllerNflVe
Nerve racked from the strain under which wtschshe wMcIaaM whichshe
she has been n laboring since therJMwr therJMwrshe t tsIN the base baseshe
she heard the tragic news Mrs Irsmann Hast Hattfmann Hastmann
mann faised several times and her con condition CIadltloD madttlon ¬
dition is l such that it is leaned f d she will wfllnot willnot willnot
not survive the shock because heN of her herva ad advanced advaitced ¬
vanced va age She is under the constant constantcare coaataatcare coestantcare
care of a physician and her daughter daughterHnil daUBbterJln1 daughterhad
had Gone to Old IIoiiicHtcad IIoiiicHtcadThe 1I9m llojuestcndThe tcnd tcndThe
The circumstances dr umetahC under which death deathentered dstlltrred deathentered
entered trred the Kunlo family are particularly parUeularl7tbettc particularlypathetic particularlypathetic
pathetic tbettc Mr Kunlo Ku left Washington Sun Sunday Sunday Sunday ¬
day morning accompanied by his wife wifeand wifeand wifeand
and three chtMnen cblld for a days outing at atCloppers a aClappers atCloppers
Cloppers Md where he is located the oil otWfamily 0 0tamy oilfamIly
family homestead For several weeks t ttrip ttrip ttht tthttrip
trip had been planned tat from time to totime tolime totime
time had been postponed When Sunday Sundaywas Sundaya Sundaywas
was a suggested etl Mrs Kunlo is said to tohave tohao tohave
have protested prott ted against 1I ln t taking tak the Jour Journey jourhe joursoy ¬
soy he According A COtdln < to a member of the fam family family tamiiy ¬
ily M Mrs drs Kunlo Kuolo who 00 is a devout member memberof
of St Marys MarT Catholic Church had a pre presentment pretanent peesentinent ¬
sentment tanent which inspired the belief f that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the day selected aeleet was a bad one and that thatsomething thataometblnl thatsomething
something terrible would happen ha haInt Agree Agreeing Agreelug ¬
lug with the wishes of her husband huab how however ho1ever however ¬
ever she completed her preparations preparationsThe prepartloDsThe preparationsThe
The Kunios spent the day merrily and andupon andupon andupon
upon the return tum trip were in the second secondcoach secondcoaeh secondcoach
coach of the train when hen the crash came cameJohn CAmeJema caineJohn
John A Kunlo Iunlo who is forty fort fortfve > ftft ve years yearsold yearsold
I old old and proprietor of f several l provision provisionstands pmv1slonI provisionstaistl
I stands staistl in the local markets is at the theCasualty theCasualty theCasualty
Casualty Hospital He is badly Injured Injuredabout lajuredabout Injuredabout
about the head and body and internal internalinjuries Inter1Injur1e Internalinjuries
injuries he sustained make ke his It recovery recoverydoubtful raeverydoubtful recoverydoubtful
doubtful At intervals he Is delirious deliriousMrs dtllrioMrs deliriousMrs
Mrs rs Kunlo who occupies a ward IIni at atthe atthe atthe
the Providence Hospital Ho pItal is not so badly badlyinjured 1MtdlyInjured badlyInjured
injured as her husband and the physi physicians physlclans physiclans ¬
clans believe the he has an excellent chance chanceto
to get well tII She crifs cr15 out Incessantly IlICeNantl for forher ferher forher
her husband hu and children but is in igno ignorance 11110ranee lgalorance ¬
rance as to where they are or their theircondition theircontttIOft theircondition
condition conditionLittle contttIOftLittle conditionLIttle
Little Joseph Kunlo the fouryear fouryearold fouryrold fouryearold
old son had V a miraculous escape escapeand esc peand eacEpeand
and suffered only a few alight cuts about aboutthe aboRtthe aboutthe
the head The little fellow rests upon upona
a cot at Freedmens Free meRs Hospital with his hishead bIBheRd hishead
head swathed In bandages bRnd g i under the ca c rcof1t edre0fb > re reof
of of1t u nurse Joseph cannot appreciate his hiswhereabouts hiswhereabout hiswhereabouts
whereabouts and to the doctor who ho oc occasionally 0c 0ccasionally occaslonally ¬
casionally visits 1 the room to note his hiscondition hiscondltJon hiscondition
condition the little fellow f lJow cries loudly loudlyfor Ioadlyfor loudlyfor
for Papa and Mamma He is being beingwell IJeIItswell belagwell
well taken care of and It is thought tbou bt be becan becan hecan
can be taken home within a few days daysArrangements dItysArrangements daysArrangements
Arrangements have IUt not been completed completedfor COII1pIetedfor
for the burial of Annie and Francis FrancisKunlo FMDd8Kunlo FrancisKunlo
Kunlo They are in charge of iPrarik iPrarikGeiers JrtaftltGei aflk aflkCeiers
Geiers Gei r Sons who are awaIting awaldn advices advicesfrom d1lesfrom advIcnfrom
from relatives relativesProf relativesl relativeslrof
Prof l rJr Kinds Funeral Tomorrow TomorrowProf TOIllorro ToiiIorrosProf
Prof 1 rof T 1 King one of the many vic victims vlctims vietlins ¬
tims of the terrible disaster was eas wotl wotlknown Wetlwn wefikfaown
known kfaown wn In this city by his work in the theJTavnl tbeNaval theavah
Naval avah Observatory O 1VIltory and as an organist organistEtar organistFor t
For For some years 18 he had been engaged as a acomputer aeomp acomputer
computer eomp terof of almanacs and was w a fre frequent freQuent feeqiient ¬
quent contributor of statistical work to tosome tosome tosome
some of the prominent periodicals and andmagazines andmagazines andmagazines
magazines magazinesProf magazinesProf magazinesProf
Prof King was also widely known be because be beeftuse because ¬
cause of his work as organist of Wes Wesley WeeIcy Vee Veeley ¬
ley Church which position he had held heldfor heldtor heldfor
for some som years At the time of the disas disaster duter tihestor ¬
ter he was on his way to the city to per perCONTINUBD perCO perCOFIWED
A In Carte Lunch Served Daily Dailyat DaU DaUat Dailyat
at Ecksteins from 12 to 5 1412 X T avo avoc avot
c +
FANNIE AUSTIN colored cook SK SU D Dstreet Dstreet I Istreet
street southeast southeastMARY lOutheastMARY southeastMARY
MARY E BALDWIN age f P i residence
31 I street northwest northwestLOUIS nortb nortbLOUIS nOrtistLOUIS
LOUIS W r BALDWIN age M residence residenceft
t at I street northwest northwestDR OrUtwastDR northwestDR
DR EDWARD EDWARD O BBLT Bm T age 45 rest residence Idenee restdeuce ¬
deuce < II 16 11 Connecticut onneeUeuttLtue onneeUeuttLtueEDWARD sietue sietueEDWARD aveaneBDWARD
EDWARD M BELT ag age Ii I J son of Dr DrE DrE Dr1g
CORINNE CORI1 E BOIIRER age 19 res resmce rOM rMff rOMdance
f eaee dance mce 1SU Thirtythird street streetMARY streeti streetMARY
i MARY IARY ALICE BOHRER age H real residence realc1ence restdeuce ¬
deuce Garrett Park Aid AidCOMMODORE MdCO iddCOMMODORE
78 residence 1127 Eighth street northwest northwestSALLIE IIOrthw IIOrthwSAILIE northwestSALLIE
SALLIE W WBt7TTS JSirrrS age 3 31 residence residenceC re k1ene k1ene1JI
1JI h3 C South UUI Chapin street Body will be betaken betair betakei
taken tair to fathers home in MWdlewwn for forburial Corburial forburial
burial burialMRS burialttRS
age a8e SI residence rNlot > nce Brookiand D C CMRS CMRS CMRS
MRS NETTlE LEE COMPHBR C01Il > HER ago agoV ageresidence
V residence 731 Third street northeast northeastCARRIB DOrtheutCARRIS northeastCAJfRIE
CARRIB W CROMWELL age te 22 reM residence reMdfftC reeldesce ¬
dence 1422 14 U street streetWLDER atreetCIDER streetLDBR
CIDER LDBR OLIVER I L DAILEY age 35 35r 35riNlldeace 35residence
r residence stdence Newark Ohio OhioEDWARD OhioEDW OhioEDWARD
EDWARD EDW AHD L L GARRETT age 8 f resi risiidence resiIdence i iJdence
Idence 446 0 street northeast northeastTHOMAS north northTHOMAS northeastTHOMAS
THOMAS A KELLEY age a e 4S 4 reel reslidence rellldence reelIdence
idence Kensington Md MdPROP MdPROP hidP1oF
PROP THEODORE L KING ago agoresidence S2 S2iresMencr ir
iresMencr r residence Kensington Keul lctOll Mo MoLUL JildLL hidLLLA
LUL LL LLLA V V KOLB age 26 re residence if K Kstreet ICstreet Kstreet
street northwest northwestANNIE northwestANNIE t tANNIE
ANNIE KUNLO age 7 resIdence re 38 P Pstreet Pstreet Pstreet
street northwest northwestFRANCIS nortbwtFRANCIS northwestFRANCIS
FRANCIS KCNLO age 18 monthe res residence reskJenft roe roeideace ¬
idence IS P street streetl eeL eeLA V VA
l A A LEE LOWE age re residence Mount MountPleasant MountPleasant MountPteuant
LORNE McCAGHEY age tf 3 raeWauceLafayette re residenceLafyette residence WeaceIafayette
Lafayette avenue near Monroe streflt strefltMINNIE streitMIXNIE t tMINNIE
MINNIE B MERKIING age 35 real residence rosldenee realdeuce ¬
deuce 411 X M l street northwest northwestTHOMAS ROrthwMtI northwestTHOMAS
THOMAS E E METZ age 22 residence residenceGeTmantown re residenceGermantown ldeneeGerJDaDtown
I Germantown Md MdLUCY IdI NdLUCY
LUCY B MULLIGAN ULLICA age 27 residence residenceDearwood rMldOMlitDearwood resIdenceDearwood
I Dearwood Md MdANNIE NdAv2rr c1 c1L
ANNIE L Av2rr IE W v READING age ag net D t known knownresidence koownI knownresidence
I residence 1S30 l Jefferson piaee piaeeMRS JIaeeXRS lacs lacsMRS
MRS ELIZABETH REED age 3i roe residence roeIdence ¬
idence 301 Ol l A street southeast southeastNORMAN soutbeaatNORMAN
I NORMAN ROGERS age be X residence residenceBaitmtore reak1eneeI residenceBsidnre
Baitmtore BaitmtoreMRS BaJttn BaJttnMRS BsidnreMRS
MRS MABEL STURGEON age ageresidence 21 21residence 31residence
I residence 14 1115 T street northwest northwestMARY northWNLKARY nOrthwestMARY
MARY LIPPOLD MS lO Otis Ot street streotBrookUuid atreotBrooldalld streetBrookiand
BrookUuid Remains taken home Fu Funeral Pitsteal ¬
I neral Thursday ThursdayRAYMOND ThursdayRAYMOND
I RAYMOND R MOND STURGEON age be 13 months monthslc
1435 lc T street son of Mrs I Ill Mabel Sturgeon Sturgeondied Sturgeondied Sturgeontiled
died at Freedmens Hospital HospitalROSALIE H IO taL taLROSALIE l lROSALIE
ROSALIE CROSS CRO ag age 25 5 1JM TMcty TMctythlrd TbtZityUltnI Thuiaythird
third street died at Georgetown Hospital HospitalDR HospitalDR HospitalDR
123C 13 New York avenue dentist Died at atCasualty Atclty atCasualty
Casualty Hospital yesterday afternoon afternoonerroneously afternoonI afternoOnerrOneously
I erroneously reported dead yesterday yesterdaynettling yeatentayMRS yesterdayMRS
nettling nettlingMRS
MRS MARY B K l BARNBS BAR IS age s 15 5 794 794Fifth mFifth 74Fifth
Fifth street northeast t died at Terra Cot Gotta Cotta CottO ¬
ta ta Remains Remai taken take to home of her mother motherat mot motat
at Woodburn Funeral Thursday ThursdayMRS Tbun4a Tbun4aKRS ThursdayMRS
1127 Eighth ghth street lIJ t northwest northwestB nortbwtBY
B BY F LEIGH age It brakeman tiled tiledat < ned lIedat nedat
at Providence Hospital HoepitalGEORGE HospitalGEORGE HospitalGEORGE
GEORGE HIGBIE age 7 se sos of Henry HenryHigWe HeIIIHJ HenryHigbk
HigWe HigWeMKS HJ HigbkMRS
ItS M or S s PURMAN North Taketna TaketnaJOHN TakemaJOHN TakosnaJOHN
JOHN WRIGHT colored age S4 SM SMStockholm SItStockholm I IStockholm
Stockholm street South Baltimore Pal Unidentifled Un Untifted Paldentifled
dentifled tifted colored woman at attboucht morgue morguethought morguethought
thought to be Mrs Wright WrightMRS WrightMRS Vri ht htXRS
MRS JOHN WRIGHT colored wife of ofJohn Qlobn ofJohn
I MAGDALINE WRIGHT ace davgii davgiiter aptel tiangistar
tel of John Jo Wright WrightTHKL31A WrightV
l V JOtS M LIVJR L L itrr5 istm1 istm1O
O L Disy t tI warl qc OWe V
I THKL31A DAILsTT DATh aged as tit t fe danter fatr t ef efDr uI ofDr
COL ROBERT ANDBR3ON Newark NewfcrkOnto NewarkI NenrkOhio
RUPPKRT Washington Wb merckomt merckomtMRS JllleleilllfttR8 asordiantMR
MRS MR R8 MOORE and oneyearold one oId baby baferJ 1IJ
J BOND ns address fowkil fowkilS tOlllMls 0usdS
S L 1 BOND BO D no address ackIresrewal ackIresrewalI fetmd fetmdMISSING foadMISSING
I Baldwin BALDWIN BALD daughter urttter e of Lewfc W WBaldwin WBaldwin
1 1I
Woman between twentynve Jtve and twenty twentysix tweDtsix twentysix
six years old wearing red waist tan tanjacfeet tanjacket
I jacket and dark green skirt Apparently Apparentlyof
of German descent handsome 1Iaa features featuresiuid fcatsweslLad tura turaou1Cl
iuid dark brown hair hairMan hairMan hairMan
Man wearing rtng a dark suit of clothes clothesbearing dotbeabert cioth ciothbeating
bearing bert the trademark trac mark of George T TKeen Ti TKeen
i Keen Keen taller Only a a portion of body re remains remains remains ¬
mains the limbs and head having ha 1 t been beendismembered been14Ittmtembered beendIsmembered
14Ittmtembered 14Ittmtemberedi 14IttmtemberedINJURED dismembered dismemberedINJURED dIsmemberedINJURED
The following Is a complete Met of the theinjured theInjured theInjured
injured remaining remajnl in the hospitals hospitalsGeorRc hospitalsGeorJc hospitalsGeorge
George AVaslilnprtoii n hIJl tJn University UniversityMr UnherMlt UnherMltMr
Mr and Mr Mrs 118 C CA A Proctor Mr Proctor Proctorhas Proctorbaa Proctorhas
has a compound fracture of the lower lowerleg lowerJet lowerleg
leg Sirs Irs Proctor Pr tor is badly badl shaken up upand upasid
and suffered aerecl several severe vere contusions of ofthe ofthe f fi
i the body bod
Emergency EmergencyW Emcr enc I IYo
W Yo C Johnson JohoonFraet1tre Fractured bones in inright Inrtght hiright
right forearm contusion cont of eye abrasions abrasionson abrasionsoabody
on oabody oabodyMrs bedy bedyMrs beQII
Mrs II Don M 1 Carr CarrBoth Both bones in right rightlower rt rtlower rightlower
lower leg fractured laceration of face facebadly taeey facebadly
badly y shaken up
upGarflold upnr
Garflold GarfloldJohn nr ztrneltlJohn eltl eltlJohn
John Dickens DickensIcec1Wtl Lacerated leg lacerated laceratedneck laceratedneck eerate eerateneck
neck and Jaw slight ht wounds 1OtI1t on back of ofhead ofhead ofhead
head condition con lUOh ot t serious seriousCornelius se seCornltua seriouscornelius
Cornelius Eckhardt kJeardtTwo Two broken brok ribs ribstwo rtbsto ribstwo
two cuts over forehead contusion of hip hipfeared hipreared hipfeared
feared he is injured internally internallyFred IntrnaMyHiserBruise InternallyProd
Fred Hlser HiserBruise Bruise on hip badly badlyrhaken badbrhaktR badlyrhaktn
rhaken up injuries slight slightHenry slightHenr slightHenry
Henry Henr Krebs Kr KrebsPunctured bsPunetUrfd Punctured wound of leg leglacerated legaanLted leglacerated
lacerated head and face condition not notserious notserious notserious
serious seriousBertha seriousBertha
Bertha Peake PeRkeAbraskUl8 Abrasions on face cut cutOft nuteves
over right r ht eye
Krccilincns KrccilincnsJoseph hreCtJlncn8Je FreedmensJoseph
Joseph Je Kttnto KuAIoFract1ttef Fracture ef lower leg
lacerated wound of the scalp condition conditiongood C condItiongood lHUdoIt lHUdoItPaanle
good goodFannie goodFannie
Fannie Austin AMtlnL AnetInLsrated Laeterated < ewatAld wounds Ofthe of ofthe ofthe
the face suffered severe shock shockJohn shockJoint shockJoin
John C C MerkHng MerkHn MerkftngConspoustj Compound fracture fractureef fraclttftof
of right leg I lacerated 18clra wound of scalp scalpcondition IC senipcondition lp lpeo
condition eo iUon grave ve
Providence ProvidenceRaymond lroi ProvidenceV hncc hnccHaymond
V Raymond Cooley Fractured Fetur collar collarbone collarbone collarbone ¬
bone bruised about body bodyC bOOyC bodyC
C L L Moore MoorescaJp Scalp wound fracture left leftlower leftIow leftlower
lower Iow < leg condition serious seriouttT seriousT
T C Homiller HomnierScalp Scalp wound badly badlyshaken badl badlahakll1 badlyshaken
shaken up upMrs upMrs upMrs
Mrs Raymond Cooley CooIfyIracwroo Fractured arm armcontusions armcontusions armcontusions
contusions scalp wound woundMrs woundMrs woundMrs
Mrs C L L Moore MooreContusions MooreContn COB tueione ions badly badlyshaken 1edlysbken badlyshaken
shaken up upLucille upLueIll uj ujlJstciu
Lucille t Compiler aged six sixBoth Both thighs tmghsfraetared tbIPsfraetur thighsfractured
fractured fraetur II condition very ery grave graveMAI graelh graveMt
MAI lh Ji King KlngliMlcture Fracture of right log and andarmvwp andarm andarnlw11
armvwp arm IfttJ wound condition very serous serousJanV sefKISJan seloueJstflVtOd
JanV Jan JstflVtOd R eed twelve years old oldFnLCUire oldFnLCUireof Fracture Fractureof
of snMl bones of left foot condition conditionseriousre condItionserio condItionisci1oum
seriousre serio isci1oum
W w Casualty CasualtyJohn Cn CasualtyJohn unIt unItJebn
John Kunlo KunloQompouml Compound fracture of both bothlogs bOth10gs bothlegs
logs condition very bad badRichard bfidRlch bedRichard
Richard Rlch rd Klgin 148 l0 Eleventh Ele oRth ntreefc ntreefcCompound ntr6tCOJRpoultd sreetCompound
Compound fracture of both lags condition conditionvery oendfdonvery conditionvery
very bad badFrank badFradt badFrank
Frank Boblitz BobUtzLaeerattd Laceratd wounds of ofscalp o oscalp ofscalp
scalp fractured Jaw sprained ankle nllkleBarry ankleBarry
Barry Higbee HISItettPr1el HigheeFreetutd Fraetunsd d thigh lhlr lhlrdltton > con ocadltton contiltion
dltton tad V VV
fiXING rixircBLAME rixircBLAMEWreck l Mt MtWreck
Wreck Inquest to Be BeHeld BeHeldtfomorrow Held Heldl Heldomorrow
l fomorrow fomorrowBLUNDER tfomorrowBLUNDER omorrow omorrowBLUNDER
Officials Gather Evidence Eyidancefol EyidancefolUse for forUse forV
V Use of Coroner CoronerONI CoronerONE CoronerONE
Operator Who lto Declares He Dig DIsI Dlsplnct Digplayed
I played Red Targets ReJe Released ltod Un Untier Undcr UntIer
tier 1OOOO Bond BondEngineer BiiKineer Main Maintain lUnllltuln Maininins ¬
tain inins In lila 1Ii Cell He San Sawo Xo Dan DanKcr DanJcr Danger
Kcr Signals Commissioner West WestCriticises WestCr1tIisen rC1lt rC1ltCrItlcbeH
Criticises B s O for Delay In IfVIov IfVIovV 3Iov 3IovIngr lov lovIn
V lug In no BodiesPollee die Police Probing Probingj Problu ProbluDetemdaed ProbingDetermined
j Determined that responefhfttty r ty for the thefrightful th thi theI
i frightful railroad disaster Ii at Terra Cotta CottaSunday CottaSunda CottaSunday
Sunday Sunda night shall be fixed and the guilty guiltybrought GUIltybrougbt guiltybrought
brought to account the District aathori aathoritJes aadtoritJeg anthorities
ties yesterday began a rigid InvestIgatIon Inveodgattoninto bIY bIYInto InvestIgatIoninto
into the cause ca of the catastrophe catastropheTno catastropbeThe catastropheThe
The Commissioners COIIUI police oflMata oflMatacoroner oAIdalaeeroaez omdalsearoiser
coroner and District attorneys office officeboaied omcebeaded ollicebusied
beaded themselves from morning oatH tit late lateat latet lateat
at t night Aht gathering ptltert evidence to be pro produced pr0duced produced ¬
duced at the coroners s inquest tomorrow tomorrowmorning tomorrowmornln tomorrowmorning
morning mornln at If 1 oclock oclockCoroner oclockCoroner oclockCoroner
Coroner Nevttt lor mtt will impanel a jury this thismorning thismorning thismorning
morning and Dd conduct them to the scene sceneof sceneof sceneof
of the wreck at Terra Cotta The Jury Jurymen juryJIIftt juryflies ¬
men will go over the ground carefully and andimpress andilAprea andimpress
impress themselves t lves with the topography topographyof
of the locality and investigate InvestigateVibe the cause causeof causeor causeof
of the wreck reck from ruin every possible angle angleThe IUlfIeThe angteThe
The coroner will also have an expert on onthe onthe onthe
the scene scen to examine the signaling ai eye system S7atem eyetern ¬
tem at t the Takoma block station stationThe atadolLThe stationThe
The coroner was awhe a morgue an the theforenoon theforenoon theforenoon
forenoon directing < the work and making makingpreparations makingpreparatIons kSD kSDJKe
preparations for the omctal inquiry bMi which whichwin whichwill iUd iUdwin
win be conducted before a c coroners jury
Wednesday e About 11 11Jt oclock d yesterday yesterdayhe
he accompanied the jury to the dead room roomand roomaDd roomand
and they were sworn over the body of one oneof oneof oneof
of the victims vtetI of last nights wreck wreckThe WnIckThe wThckThe
The jurors are Messrs C W Weaver WeaverOscar WaverO WeaverOscar
Oscar Ricketts John Bean IkoaIJ ST George GeorgeMueller GeorgeMueller
Mueller A A J Sanford and Mr Brady BradyTITO Bradyruo Brady1vo
TITO Men Face Blame BlameFrom DlauJeFnttII BlameFrom
From the mas mua of testimony t already alreadygathered alftadyUIIIed alreadygalbored
gathered UIIIed it appears appea that the burden of ofblame ofItIaJM ofblame
blame will fall upon the tim shoulders of one oneof OIleof oneof
of two men JllellHany Harry B Hndebrand HUde engi engineer 8 8neer esgifleer ¬
neer of the empty pty that created the thehavoc theh theInliroc
havoc h voc or Milton W PhIllips Phi operator at attfie atWock
tfie 8 Tofcoaea bftocjt 1 k signal station Xvery XveryMgstt EnryfWt ery eryrt
Mgstt rt to hohsg be mode hv the total J auttDri auttDri4W auttprJot autrII
4W t ffrev V OTOSfr that PWWp PbII IpaUtrersIgMb barf pie pieganger thesngsr
ganger UtrersIgMb sngsr signals set te 1 accordance with his bisduty 1118daq hisduty
duty and Hikfefanusd H passed by the Mock Mockignoring b1eckor blckIgnoring
ignoring or not seelnV e ld < the lights 1i u or that thatPhttHps tbathaft thatNilihipa
PhttHps haft neglected to show the proper propersignals IIOperwhich propernk
signals nk which would exonerate NUde PDWebrajtdV JDJde1tnuId NUdebraad
brajtdV Phillips was released yesterdaji on onlend OftODd ons
s lend but HiWebrand is Mill hi a aceU acelt a acell
celt at the Tenth precinct station stationThat statbLTJaat stationThat
That some me one made ma a terrible blunder btaaderto
to thought t certain by the officials of the theDistrict theDI theDistrict
District The weather conditions cooditlens while whileregarded whilereganled whileregarded
regarded as possibly responsible Rill for Nil Hildebraad HiIdiebtaad Nildebrand
debraad not seeing Beri the rear lights of ofthe ortile ofthe
the passenger er train hi time to avoid the thecotttoion theeoIHmon thecollision
cotttoion cannot excuse excu8e in the eyes e of ofdie ofdie ofV ofthe
V die authorities the blunder regarding nttDp the thesignal tbetllltlal thesignal
signal lights at the Takoma station stationWent stationWcst D DVeolt
Went Veolt Censures Railroad RailroadCommissioner flaiirondGoinialesioner nUrouden
Commissioner en West is particularly out outspoken outspokea outspoken ¬
spoken hi his opinion The Pnnnnlnriln CoIud8atoner Pnnnnlnrilner
er severely censures ee the Baltimore and andOnto andOhio andOhio
Ohio Railroad authorities for the man manner mannor n nwr ¬
nor te which they conducted the removal removalof removalof removalof
of the dead from the scene of the wreck wreckHe wreckHe wreckHe
He said yesterday that there was 14 an un unaccountable uneeOUI1tabie Unaccountable ¬
accountable delay in sending a train trai l to toconvey toCOIIYq toconvey
convey the dead to Washington Accord According Aceoidtug ord ordIng ¬
ing to the Commissioner the railroad railroadofficiate railroadolDclals railroadofficials
officiate sent aentiut VaSt ut wrecking wftcld trams to clear cleara clearthe clearthe
the debris tnTAt the track and cUapached cUapachedIl
a through tiuo h westernbound emboaDd passenger puR frain trainover frainover frainover
over the repaired roadbed ahead of the themorgue the1DOI1Ie themorgue
morgue train trainThe trednThe trainThe
The terrible wreck at Terra Cotta Cottasaid Gull Gullsaid
said Commissioner Conun ll5loner West West H to all the more moreterrible Jll moreterrible re reterrible
terrible because it ought never w ai to have haveoccurred haeoccurred haveoccurred
occurred The value of the block system systemis QWtemeomplelly
is completely complet y neutralised ed when the rail railroad railroad railroad ¬
road authorities will allow another train trainhi trainIn trainIii
hi upon a block already aI y occupied From Fromwhat Fromwhat Frontwhat
what I learned at a t the scene of the wreck wreckthe wreckth k ktJte
the th train of empty cars was given at the
Silver SUn r Spring Sprt block station what to known knownamong JmonaJ8ODf knownamong
among railroad men as the double green greenwhich J7eenwbleh greenwhich
which meant that the engineer aeer was to toproceed toproceed toproceed
proceed with caution I i cannot under understand isidersiliwl ¬
stand why with the knowledge that there therewas tberewu therewas
was a local train ahead ahead the second train trainwag trainwas trainwas
was not brought brou t to a stop at Takoraa Takoraaand TaJatma1Id Takomastud
and 1Id held there until the passenger train trainwas trainwas trainwas
was safely Iely out of the way wayIt wayXo wayNo
Xo CCCllNity for Specs SIJcclIt SpecsIt
It was all the more necessary to exer exerctee exereJee exerelse
else this precaution m In view of the fact factthat factthat factthat
that the night was extremely foggy a acondition 8condition acondition
condition which always adds to the dan danger danot danget ¬
get of railroading nUlroAdI The second RCOIM section sectionconsisted aectilncOlllllllted ectienconsisted
consisted merely of empty coaches so sothat fiOlbat tothat
that there was no immediate necessity necessityof lty ltyof
of hurrying Into Washington WashingtonAnother WaebIugteLHAJIOtber WashingteAnother
Another thing tbl which impressed me mewas methe mewas
was the delay in sending D41R < a train to con convey conYe convey ¬
vey Ye the dead to the city where the bodies bodiescould 1MMIleskl bodIesoVphl
could kl be placed in the morgue and iden identified ldenUft Identilled ¬
tilled Uft d by their relatives relattv and friends The TheInjured Th Thlajured TheInjured
Injured were M taken into the city a 1iS 1iSkJy naquickly a aquickly
quickly kJy as possible ble but after that the therailroad tboraJId theraluroed
railroad sent out two or three wrecking wreckingtrains wrecJtfngtraIu wreckingtrails
trains one of which came an the way wayfrost waytnNa wayfrOm
frost Baltimore and it seemed far more moreimportant MOr8InIportaDt moreImportant
important to care for a few damaged damitgedcoaches damagedmacbee Ced CedeGldtes
coaches than for the dead lying on the thehtttoMe th thJatIWde thehillside
htttoMe hi the ram ramA raID raIDA rainA
A tnroftgh express e to the West W was wasthen wastItea wasthou
then given the right rl bt of way and it was wasfinally wasflaaJlJ wasfully
finally near midnight bfore ore the ttHfI ttHfIwere eai eaiwere etdwetn
were carried into the city nearly nesrI five fivehours ftybhours flvbhours
hours after the accident occurred a4 I Ihope Ii V Vhope
i hope that the > investigation will he rigid rigidami ticidI rigidand
I and thorough bwauw it Is evident that thata
I a as system which allows two trams on rlnWeek a aMock ablock
Mock at the same time is Hi lIal > e to toAlt re result resuit ¬
Alt lit another tragedy tragedyBoth tragedyBoth tragedyBoth
Both Commissioners Comml sloners Maefarland and andWest atidWest 41 41West
West were fOre early earl on the scene of the thecatastrophe th6catastrofhe thecatastror
catastrophe catastror he Commissioner Commlss t r Vcst spent spentfoor pentfear pars t tfour
fear hours at the wreck arriving shortly shortlyafter shortlyfter shortlyafter
after fter the th accident and not leaving ewmg until untilthe untUUte untilthe
the bodies 1tHi < s of the ded bad be betll n i phtced phtcedaboad laced licedaboard lacedth
aboard the th train for convfvanc < into the thecity theclt7 thecity
city Mr West was accompanied by H MCbadwlck HClMdwtck HChadwick
Cbadwlck Hunter one of the Commission Commissioners Comm Ion Ioners ¬
ers ers neighbors n tgbbon who placed c his automiMle automiMleat
at the dis dLsosal osal al of f Mr tr West Commis Commissioner ComntsIioner Cornamtgsloner ¬
sioner Warfarin M HfarJ1nd nd as soon as he > h hud hudor hmrdof > iard iardof
of the wreck fommuni em1l11unklt miuunk sled with th the > po police poice poIke ¬
lice and tire J Jeparttncssto 2 p urUa at and the hospital hospitalcasTisuniD hospitalI hospitalOiTIihIZflD
casTisuniD I mm OK Ot aaooxD PAUE PAt PAtV

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