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NO vn 88 sC WASHINGTON D C THURSDAY TH SDAY JANTJARY JANUA 3 1907 OITE on i CENT iNT
MAY AY SHIFT BLAME BLAIEoIT BLAMEON
OR THE RAILROAD RAILROADCojLonar RAILROADCQ11on RAILROADCaroniInvestigates
CojLonar CQ11on CaroniInvestigates 11 Investigates Cause Causeof Causeof CauseI Causeof
I of Terra Cotta Wreck WreckBEOCK WreekBLOCK VreckBL
BLOCK BL CK SYSTEM SYSTEMf PROBED PKOBEDSearching PROBEDSearching PR BED
Searching f b bCompanys Questions Put to toCompanys toOODlpal1ys
Companys OfficialsEvidence Officials OfficialsEvidence OfficialsIdenee
Evidence Idenee Shows that the Bnulneor BnulneorWas En 13ngineeWan lneer lneerfaN r
Was faN lot Looking for Red Lights LightsOperator LlgJtsOperator L2ghtAOperator
Operator Phillips l on Duty fo for forTwelve forTwehe r
Twelve 1I0ursAgentll Hours Afifenta or o the theInterstate tiltInterstate thtInterstate
Interstate Commerce Commission Commissionon n
on Hand at the lnquertTestimony lniiueit lniiueitTestimony InflUeItTe8t1IMftY
Testimony of a startling character characterthrowing cbracterthrawhtg characterthrowiaig
throwing many interesting sidelights upo upothe upon uponthe uponthe n
the Baltimore tbwor and Ohio Ohio Railroads block blocksystem block5sWm bloe bloesystem k nk
system on the Metropolitan lIetrop lltan branch was wasgiven WItSgiven was wasgiven s
given at the first hearing of the coronerinquest coroners coronersinquest co nrs nrs1Dqt1ootye
inquest 1Dqt1ootye yesterday yeetardayIt tardtl4 tardtl4It
It tends to shift the weight of suspicion suspicionfrom suspicionfront
from the shoulders of the engineer aar aarcrew awl awlcrew IUMIcrew I
crew o of f the extra train that caused Sun Sundays Sunday Sundays ¬
days day wreck at Terra Cotta to the shoul shoulder shoulden shoulderv ¬
der den of o those ose men responsible for the con continuance COR1inUllIICe continaaaee ¬
tinuance of the day operator system systemas such suchas auchas
4 as practiced at t the Takoma Park signal signalstation f gD1 gD1station 1
station The inquest was held at the theheadquarters theheadqutrteat t theadquartcr he
headquarters of the Firefighter Flrc1l htor on th thriver the therIvEr tl tlriver o
river front The inquest was S adjourn adjournunit adjourned adjourneduntil adjournedunUl d
until 10 1 oclock this morningThe morning morningThe mornl mornlThe
The hearing was devoted d8 oed to the exam examination xaminatlono ¬
ination inatlono of of three officiate of the railroad railroadO
O H Hobbs division superintendent C CW Cw CW
W Galloway lloway general superintendent Hperint ndent of oftransportation oftranaportation o otransportation f
transportation of the entire Baltimore Baltimoreand Baltimoreand Baltlmorand e
and Ohio o lo system and Thomas F Denttrain Dent Denttrain Dtttttrain
train dispatcher In charge of the Metro Metropolitan 1letfop Metropolltan ¬
politan p Ubla branch at the time of the wreckWltq wreck wreckWith wreckVJ
With VJ deliberation and In carefully word worded worded worded ¬
ed phrases l1J p rattes ses the railroad raflro d ojpclate answered answeredthe answeredthe auswer auswerthe
the volley of questions shot at them by byCoroner byCoroller b bCoroner y
Coroner J Ramsey RamiIe Nevitt Nevitt and at the theclose theclMf th thclove e
close of the days session the foUowin foUowinsalient following followingsalient foUO1nbsaU g
salient saU t points had been made clear clearPhillips clearPhillips
1 Phillips Wurkn Vork orliM Twelve Hourw HourwTliat 1I0urwThat HourwThat
That Operator Milton W Phillips o othe of ofthe ofthe
the Takoma black is customarily off duty dutyfrom dutyfrom dutyfrom
from G IJI = 3 p m 1ft until i3 13t JI a a m mThat m mThat inThat
That at 531 at p Po m the Takoma koma block blockbecomes blockt bl blbecotpes
t becomes beco ordinarily inoperative fornight for the thenight theni
night ni bt thus making one block of ofsttetek the thestretch tbesttetdt
stretch ef track between 1 Stiver Springs Springsand Sprt Sprtand Spa Spaand
and University UniversityThat U UnversityThat b bThat
That at 7 p m the operator at Uni University Universily ¬
1 versity is i supposed to go home bome thus thusmaking th thmaking uts
t making his Mock 1 inoperative ad mak making makin soaking ¬
in ing one e block of the track between Silver SilverSprings SilverSprings SlIv SlIvSprings
Springs and the Rhode IstaM avenue avenuetower aveas aveastower ue uetower
tower towerThat towerThat
That the Silver Springs and Rhode Is Island Ia Ialand I Iland ¬
land avenue a signal towers remain in operatlon op operation operation ¬
eration twentyfour hours daily dailyThat dallyThat dailyThat
That when a block becomes inoperative inoperativeno tnoperatiTno e
no lights JISh jgse disitkyad ili + plaxeti t and a l the ejjl ejjlneoKU atli atlisi Si SiJ
neoKU liiel us taking J their tbe1 afgnais at > tu tuepaatioe bs from tie tiewith tJeoperalft
operalft operalftwltkMI7 aTat1hii Wad oeonu oeonuwith
wltkMI7 with only the ordinary ordi ary carefulness carelli carefala and andin a ain 00 00in
in no more J1t4 N expectancy xp cta cy of signals than thanwhen thanwhen tha thawhen n
when approaching stations where no telegraph tele telegraph telesraph ¬
graph operators rateMs are employed employedThat employedThat employedThat
That the engineer neer of the extra run running running runWing ¬
ning behind the wrecked passenger r train trainSunday trainSunday trekSunday in
Sunday night passed the block between betweenSilver betWfftlSiler betty bettysilver ecru ecruon
Silver Springs and and Takoma at f 121 21 oclockThat oclock oclockTJiat oclockTnat
That Operator Phillips PbIlU still stlllbelng being beingduty on onduty 01duty
duty duty must have notified the operator operatorat operat operatat or orbloc
at Silver Springs that the paseeoger jMUJle ger No Nom
m bad passed into the Universitybefore University block blockbefore DIodtbHore k
before the Silver Springs operator rator al allowed allowed atlowed ¬
lowed die extra to clear for Taskoma TaskomaThat TakomaThat T tkonm tkonmThat
That Phillips customary term of duty dutyexpired duqexpired du duexpired
expired while the extra No 2120 ZllQstilt was wasstill WMstin wascad
still running between Silver Spring Sprtn SpringTakoma and andTakoma DdTakoma cadhe
TakomaThat Takoma TakomaThat TakomaThat
That under those circumstances circumetanceashould he heshould liesboukl
should have remained on dutyunderunprieted duty dutyunder under an animprinted 1Utunpnnted
imprinted but supposedly rigid ri rule ruleaad ruleaadleld ruleeatheld ajMl ajMlheld
held leld No 2130 lOuntU until the operator at Uni University URIlerslty University ¬
lerslty versity should have notified him that thato tha thaNo t
STo No o m had passed into the University UnlvendtyRhode UnlvendlyRhode UniversityRhode
Rhode Island avenue block which he hesaid heald hi hisaid
b said ald aldh to have done doneThat doneThat
h That Phillips should have exposed a ared ared L Lred
red target as a stop signal to the oncom oncoming oneomInS eoaooming ¬
ing extra extra which he is said to have done doneThat d neThat doneThat
That Engineer Hildebr Hildebrandt nd of 3120 L 91i1instructed is isinstructed IsinstnlCtNl
instructed by no rule to ttcpect J pest that thatPhillips thatPhltllps the thet t
Phillips was still at his post at Ml iiitime the thetime thetime t h e
time 2131 21 passed Takoma TakomaDid TakomADid TakontaDid
Did Not Expect Signals SignalsThat SIJna1llThat SignalsThat
That when be is placed on the thehis stand standhis stand1tis
his defense def e will 111 be based principally prtndpa iy o othe on onthe Oilthe a
the claim that he was not to expect expectsignals expectslgnaltJ expec expecgnale t
signals gnale at Takoma and that tllt seeing none nonehe noneh nonehe
he h proceeded with 1th his train trainThat trainThat trainThat
That this is the first severe test of the theday theday th thday
day operator system 78 and that that appar apparently appatentl appalently ¬
entl ently the contingency of a train enter entering entering entering ¬
ing the Takoma block two minutes before be before before ¬
fore Phillips was 8 to leave duty with IUt a amore amore a
more slowly moving train but a short shortdistance hurtdl r rdistance t
distance dl taace ahead has not been adequateprovided adequately adequatelyprovMed adeftuatelyprovlc1ed Y
provided for hi the rules and regulatlonof regulations regulationsof s
of the railroad railroadThat railroadThat railroadThat
That had the TakOtna station a18 tlOIl beenoptrating been on onoperating one oneOP
operating OP raUng twentyfour te tyfour hours hou the accident accidentcould aeei8ent aeei8entcould acci en encould t
could scarcely reel have happened inataas inataasas inasmuch inasmuchas
as Engineer Hildebrand would ould then surely surelyhave surelytave enrol y
have tave been expecting expeeU a signal of corn cornsort some somesort somesort C
sort and under the rules would hey have havestopped ltAvestoPlKC1 C Cstopped
stopped to investigate InYeflt te had he seen aeonsignals no nosignals nosignals i1 e
signals signalsThat signalsTbat signalsThat
That Hildebrand has always been regraded re regarded regarded ¬
garded as one of the most mo t carefulvaluable careful and andvaluable andvaluable
valuable engineers in hi the Baltimore BaltimoreOhio and andOhio tUMlOhio
Ohio service serviceThat eerkeThat serviceThat
That the average speed of train trftInbetween 2120 2120between 1betveen 1
between Sliver Spring and Terra Cotta Cottawas CottaWIUi Cottwas
was about twentyfive twen ftYe miles an hour hourThat hourThat hourThat
That the crew of train No K i even if ifignorant JCignorant 1 1ignorant
ignorant of the fact that No 21M lI was following fol following fol1owlnj ¬
lowing closely Ioseb were under no obltgatioor obligation obligationor n
or orders to take extra xtnt precautions precautionsagainst precautionsagainst precautioagainst tae I
against a rearend collision while at Terra TerraCotta TerraCotta Ten TenCotta
CottaInvestigation Cotta CottaInvestigation CottaIeMtIntlon
Investigation I b b to Be Thorough ThoroughThat ThoroughTlmt ThoroughThat i
That the t investigation IIncstisaUen by the coroner coronerand coronernnd aoronoand r
and other District officials ot In I to be most mostthorough mostthorough nos nosthorough t
thorough was made apparent early rl in inyesterdays InesterdaYB Ii Iiyesterdays
j
yesterdays proceedings pr tdings Th The examination examinationof exasninatio exasninatioof n
of the witnesses produced was deliber deliberate deliberateand deliberateand at atand e
and searching With a carefulness and andregard Bndregard a aregard d i
regard to detail that should satisfy thCy the themost themost th thmost e
most exacting Coroner Nevitt assisted assistedby aasiat aasiatby ted tedby ed
by Commissioners West t and Marfarland Marfarlandand oararlandand Macfarlanand
and Assistant District Attorney Chart ChartH Charles CharlesH CharlesH ss
H Turner questioned the witnesses wlt upon uponevery uponeverJ upo upoevery n
every phase of the subject upon which whichthey whichthey whic whicthey h
they could furnish any information tend tending tendIng tendlug ¬
ing to aid the Jury in reaching its verdict verdictfixing verdicfixing eonIkt1ixln
fixing 1ixln the responsibility re ponBlbUity of the disaster disasterUnder dlsa disaateUnder ler lerUnder r
Under the law the coroner alone could coulddirectly coulddirectlY cou coudirectly ld
directly question the witnesses e The sea session Haslon seasion ¬
sion fisted rested from 18 1111 oclock in the morn moming morning morning
ing until nearly 5 Jn the afternoon with wttha wit wita h
a recess for luncheon of threequartersan threequarters of ofan ofau o
an hour hpurEspecial hourEspecial bourEspeclal
Especial import was lent the occasion occasionby OCaSlonby occatoby °
by the presence presence of two representatives representattveothe of ofthe o othe f
the Interstate Commerce Commission CommissionJames Comml8lll0ftJames CommissionJames
James M 1 Watson chief of the division divisionof dlvlfkmot dlv dlvof lo n
of safety appliances and L 1 M 11 Waitean Walter Walteran Yalteran r
an attorney employed by the Federal Federalgovernment Federalgovernment Fede Fedegovernment sal
government to prosecute cases of viola violation violatJOft vio viotion k ¬
tion of the rules governing gover lnS the use u usethese e of ofthese tfthese
ofr
these safety devices Attorney Attorne Walter WalterCONTINUED WaltcOONTINUED ValtrrOONTINUED r
OONTINUED ON FOURTH PAGE PAGEI
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WEATHER FORECASTFor FORECAST FORECASTFor FORECASTFor
For the District of Columbia C61urflbiaand C Columbiaand lumbia lumbiaand
and Maryland IarylandRain Rain today todaymorrow to tomorrow tQ tQmorrow ¬
morrow clearing and colder colderlight colderlight colderlight
light to fresh easterly winds becorniiig be becoming becoming ¬
coming iVesterl westerly Friday FridayHERALD FridayHERA FridayHERALD
HERALD HERA D NEWS SUMMARY SUMMARYPages SUMMARYPAges SUMMARYPages
Pages TELEGRAPHIC TELEGRAPIIIClRatal
1 lRatal IIb Ratal tal Shooting Sh Acting at Georgia Wedding Redding1Capt WeddinglCaJlt
1 lCaJlt Capt Koehler Found Guilty GuiltyWoman GuiltyWOmtln GuiltyEWoman
EWoman Woman Tries to Kill Judge Judge4Forty JudgeiPorty Judge4Forty
4Forty Dead in Kansas Wreck7McCrea Wreck Vreck7McCreft
7McCreft 7 McCree Made O Caseatts assatts SueeooMr SueeooMr0Gov Suesesser9Gov r r9GO
0Gov 9GO Hughes Asks Hearst t Recount RooeuntLOCAL ROO RecountLOCAL ynt yntLOCAL
LOCAL LOCALI1Vreek LOCAL1Wreck
1 I1Vreek Wreck Inquest Under Way Way3Car Way2Car Way9Car
3Car Famine Is I Explained Explin Explin3CblnMe Explained
3 3CblnMe 3 Chinese to Hold Convention Hare HareS H HCemm
4Commerelel S Cemm Commercial relal Club Is Befog Formed Formed4Wreck Ferm6d4Wroek
4Wroek 4 Wreck Victims IClUms are Buried BuriedfSultan BuriedISultan
fSultan Writes Letter to Presidents Presidents15BIg Preeident1BIS President3Big
15BIg 1 Bank Merger Is Pushed Pushed12Cardozo P88hed1Cardozo PushedlCardozo
12Cardozo Gets His Pay
12 1 2Three Three Teachers Tooche s Seek Reinstatement ReinstatementMRS ReinstAtemtMRS RelnstatemeAtMRS
MRS HARTJE TESTIFIESDenies TESTIFIES TESTIFIESDenicM TESTIFIES TESTIFIESDeniclf
Denies Charges Made l by > y De Conta ContaIn COPltnIn Coatein
In Perjury Trial TrialPlttsburg TrlnJPlttsbUfS
Plttsburg Ita l a Jan 2 Mrs Ma
Hartje whose h husband made an aneeasful ensue umnieeessful ensueeessfui
eessful attempt to secure a divorce from fromher tnanther fromher
her her was on the witness Un stand
part of today in the case of oCDe WttHarn WttHarnDe
De Costa ta the negro taller and pal palef patef palof
ef Hooe the negro coachman C who wII wIIehargM te tocharged techarged
charged with perjury perjury in connection with withthe withthe withthe
the Hartje divorce ease easeDe eaRDe easeDeCoata
DeCoata De Costa swore that Mrs Hartje Hr often oftenwaved Rea Reawaved
waved to Hooe while the latter was
his shop visited the shop in his companyth company companythat
that th at Hooe frequently came into the shop shopand
and talked in endearing terms over the thetelephone tiletelephone
telephone to Mrs Hartje In her testimony testi testimony dmon ¬
mony mon this afternoon Mrs Hartje declaredthat declared declaredthat declaredthat
that she had been out of the city on ear eartain certain earale
tain t days when De Costa Co ta said she had hadwaved badwAved hadwaved
waved at Hoof and that on other ecexalons oc occasions oeeIIIons ¬
casions she was sick in bed Her mother motherand JIIetJI JIIetJIMnd
and other witnesses were railed to cor corroborate c0r c0rroborate ¬
roborate the evidence evidenceROOSEVELT evidenceROOSEVELT tt ttROOSEVELT
ROOSEVELT MAY JUDGE BABIES BABIESJttmcMtovrii BABIESJunl11lto
Jamestown Junl11lto Exposition Ofllclala Plan PlanUnique PlnnUnique PlanUnique
Unique Attraction AttractionSfwehl A ttraetlonl
Sfwehl l t io The WMfctagum H herald JltoraltlNorfolk tM tMNorfolk
Norfolk Va Jan 2 2An An international internationalbaby intemattoAaIbaby
baby show s with 1th President Roosevelt Roo evelt as aschief ascb1ef aschief
chief judge and presenter preR tr of prizes will willbe willbe m mbe
be a feature of o the Jamestown Expositionsfonid Exposition Expositionshould Expo ltlon ltlonkI
should kI the President PreaJl ent accept the honor honorwhich boporw honorwhich
which w ldt it is proposed ed to bestow apes him himPlans ImP himPlans
Plans P for the show are now being worked workedout workedout OIkedout
out by the exposition officiate o It is pro propo proto
posed to have babies from all countries countriesand tOuntriesand countriesand
and conditions in life in the competition competitionand
and there will m be prizes for the fattest fattestbabies fattestbabieli fattestbabes
babies for the prettiest babies for the thesUlDIIte8t thesUmmteet
slimmest best be t developed and best formed formedbabies formedhablea formedbablellethers
bablellethers babies Mothers of prise babies are deeply
interested tntereet i in the proposition propositionSTUEST propoeiUonSTREET propositionSTREET
STREET CAR RUNS RUNSJumps AWA AWAJump r
Jumps J umps the Trnck rnek at Curve and Four FourPersoiiH FourPerHOJlK FourPersons
Persons Are Hurt HurtPittsourg HurtPiUrg HartPittsburg
Pittsourg Pa Pa Jan 2A A street car of ofthe ofthe
the Mount Washington line ran away on ona ona
a a steep I grade on Mnrrimaek Mek MekJtfW street streetnmg etl + ilel
Sitelew rili rilining JtfW IWMt IWMtnmS
nmS nmg over a mile mile Jwnpo jptilpel the track at a acurve acurv acurve
curve Three Thre passengers pa and the conduc conductor e6iM1uctor ¬
tor the only occupants of the car when Jteon It
left the rails were seriously injured The Themotorman Themotorman Themotorman
motorman escaped with slight bruises by
jumping jumpingBANK JumpingBANK
BANK CASHIER DEFIES JUDGE JUDGERefuses JUDGERefuses
Refuses to Surrender Key to Mysserious Mys Mysterious Jr1ysterious ¬
terious Strong Box BoxXcvr BoxetT
lets etT Sensation Scn atlon I In Failure of the theFarmer tileFarnter tic ticFarmers
Farmer and an Drovers nt ntVnyn ntnyncIbur at11aynesbur
11aynesbur Vnyn nyncIbur nyncIburVaMliburg esli u rj rjWayneeourg >
Wayneeourg Pa Jan 2 A mysterious mysteriousstrong mysteriousbox mysteriousstrong
strong box and an equally mysterious mysteriouswoman Dtnterioua mysteriouswoman
woman a are the latest at sensations se which whichhave whichhave whichhave
have entered into the failure of the Fann Fanners Fannen ¬
ers and Drovers National BankTh Bank BankThe BankThe
The Th e strong box which is a smairiron smairironsafe snmlIlron snmlIlronate small Iron
safe ate was found by Receiver l Cunning Cunningham Cunnlngm Cunninghem ¬
ham m and when he made inquiries he die discovered dltcovered diecovered ¬
covered that former Cashier Rinehart Rin rt was wasthe 38 38the
the only person who possessed a key kc to tothe tothe
the box When Cunningham demanded demandedthat demande4that
that Rinehart open the box the former formercashier formecashier OOftr OOftrca r
cashier ca r refused Cunningham finally fiMI wiredto wired wiredto 1recl 1reclto
to Judge 1 e Oldham of the Department of ofJustice ofJ1I o oJtantice
Justice J1I ke who arrived here today todB todBOldham todayOldham
Oldham demanded the key but still stillRinehart stiliRinehart StillRinehart
Rinehart refused He said he would open openthe openthe openthe
the box f if he were allowed to extract cer certain certain ¬
tain papers He admits that etlte the box con contains contalns contalus ¬
talus two policies for life insurance insuranceamounting llUIUranceIlIIIOUnURg ittsa 1C8
amounting to 33tNXt 300 OOO one of which for CortCIIOOI fo r
3111101 10009 has been deeded to the bank Old Oldham Oldham Ohham
ham made a proposition that he would wouldopen wouldopen
open the box and turn over any private privatepapers privatepapers e
papers to Rinehart after he had eta etathem read readthem readthem d
them Rinehart refused refusedFrom refu ed edFrom
From Rineharts attorneys who were werecalled werecalled werecalled
called into the conference this afternoon afternoonIt
It was learned that the letters Rinehnrt Rinehnrtrefused Rinehartrefused Rineha rt
refused to give to Oldham were written writtento n
to him by a woman and he will not have havethem havethem hav havthem e
them fall into any hands lIds but his own ownA ownA ownA
A widow whose e name is concealed concealedeailed concealedeaaled
eailed at the bank today todll and tried to se secure secure secure ¬
cure possession po ion of thirty thlrt shares of stock stockIn stockIn stoc k
In the bank which she had given to Rinehart Rine Rinehart Rinehut ¬
hart The latter letter promised to buy the thefrom them themfrom themfrom m
from her and place the amount amoun t to he hecredit her hercredit hercredit r
credit Today she found that while he hehad hehad h hhad e
had been drawing the dividends from the thestock Ulestock 2h
stock he had not credited her with their theirvalue tliel r
value valueIDENTITIES
valueIDENTIFIES
IDENTIFIES DEAD MASTER MASTERHorse MASTERlIorlle
Horse Takes Ta1ieKrolfcc Police to haste Home of ofDriver ofOrher o
Driver Who Died in Buggy Bugg BuggChicago ugg uggChicago
Chicago Jan 9Frank 2 Prank FraDk V Henson Heiisonfound Hensenfound
found dead tod in his
today buggy on a adowntown adowlttewn
downtown street treet was identified by his hisItor h is
hors horse Itor
ItorHenOIt v vHeneon
Heneon I a welltodo business bu inese man left leftSouth leftSouth lef t
South Chicago where he had been vis visiting visiting vieMing ¬
iting with friends riend to drive to Ms hi s bo home homeon homeon m mon e
on the North Side fifteen miles distant distantOn distantOn L t
On the road he died of heart eazt disease diseaseNoticing diseaseNuUelng
Noticing something odd In the drivers driversiigurc drlversflbUlC 4
figure as the horse trotted past a police policeman policeman policemin e ¬
man shouted Led to Henson HensonHe HenAOnHe IlensonIle
He received no answer and stopped the thehorse thehorse th e
horse As i lie did so Henson toppled ove over overthe overthe er r
the dashboard d bmlrd He H was dead He was well welldressed weUdr eeldressed 1
dressed dr and wore several at vel8 I vahmb + dia diamonds diaMOnd diecond ¬
monds anrlcesrried andftcarrled a a wellfilled pocket pocketbook poet poetbook
book book but had no mark of Identification IdentificationCapt idantlftcatfonCapt
Capt Healey of the police station t twhich to towhich towhich o
which the rig was taken resolved to ge geUre get getthe gettbe t
the fosse to help him Jumping into the thebuggy thebuggy tit o to
buggy he clucked to the horse and left leftthe leftth leftthe
the th brute to take Its own way An hour hourlater bourlater
later It stopped in front of the North NorthSide NorthSide
Side suburban home of J B Regnler RegnlerHensons RegnierHensons
Hensons brotherinlaw with whom the thedead thedead th e
dead man had lived lived1or Ihoolor
For the greatest tntelt nmount of heat at a athe t
the least expense use nn Ofte OfteHotnater Hotwater r
Radiator Demur strstlona 63 i1119Ut Slit st 81 nw
j FINDKOEHLERGDILT FINDKOEHLERGDILTCourtmartial FIND KOEHLER KOEHLERUILTY KOEHLERUILTYe KOEHLERUILTYCourtmartial GUILTY GUILTYConrt1nartial
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Courtmartial CO COat Has DecidedAaailist Decided DecidedAgainst < l lAgainst
Against b bCRITICISED the Captain Captaini CfiiJtaillCRITICISBD Ch jtaiil
i CRITICISED GENERAL WOOD WOODCnvnlry WOODCaalrT WOODCavalry
Cavalry Oflicor OfU < r in PliJIfpnJjie PJ IU nJp Saiil SaiilKuae Sait1W Sait1Wto aW aWto
to Hn Neie6od e 1tlfil IIIteCe iifutfirllrfi c itl ais aisgouge JI JIguuge
gouge Kuae ih H Relaii6ii nentl ri to IHn Superior SupcrlorSentence SuperiorSentence SDJ rJor rJorSentence
Sentence Will Prolinbly l rohahl He n Itc Iteduetion Itcductlon UeduCtioll
ductlon in Number NumberZamboanga XumhcrZamboa NumberZamboanga
Zamboanga Zamboa Mlndaasie P L L I Jan J JIt 2 2It ZIt
It can be stated ated on ft authority aat tity tfcat the thegeneral t teMra1 thegeneral
general eMra1 courtmartini sT Cnat CaItt I iapl U 1 M MKoehler I IKoehler itKoehler
Koehler Fourth Cavalry Or crUfatsm of ofGen ofGen ofCen
Gen Wood TOCHI baas ba resulted unfavorably f for forthe i ithe forthe
the captain captainThe captlUnThe captainThe
The sentence cannot he made poetic poeticuntil peWIctil puWleaatil
until til it has seen reviewed hy the War WarDepartment w wDepartMent
Department Department but the court found O Capt CaptKftehler CaptK apL apLKoehler
Kftehler K hler guilty guilt of the charges cba ea and soecJfl soecJflcattott 8PfJCIA 8PfJCIACIIt1oa speotdatkste
cattott atkste with certain exceptions and UId8tttaUons sub substitutions stubetitnttous ¬
stitutions and It fas generally nerany bettered betteredthat beIteY beIteYtht Believedthat
that the IftIt sentence e will be a reduction fat fatHies lita is4cc
Hies a 4cc although this In not authentic authenticThe autheatleThe authenticThe
The evidence showed throughout th ut thatCapt that thatCapt thatCapt
Capt Koehlers s former trial was irregu irregular r rJa frregutar ¬
tar Ja in n many respects pect8 and tended teftd to show showthat b wthat showthat
that he had been the victim of prejudice prejudiceand preJudl preJudln prejudiceand
and personal animus This condition conditionwas coacIldonw conditionwas
was w the principal prlu ipal cause of Ms written writtenappeal writtenap writtenappeal
appeal ap to the President but the prose prosecution PI08ecutton prosecution ¬
cution argued that even though a subor subordinate nbordlnate subordinate ¬
dinate were wronged ron ed by b a superior Itwas It Itwns ItIUI
was IUI his duty as an officer and soldier soldierto
to couch the language of his appeal tohigher to tohigher tohi
higher hi r authority in respectful and con concise conc concise ¬
cise c terms terms remembering that the superior superiorof
of whom complaint was made was still stillhis stillhis tfn tfnhias
his senior to whom entire official oJftciatap re respect ¬
spect ap < t was due dueCapt dutCap dueCapt
Capt Koehier was placed under arrest arrestas arrestU arrestas
as soon as the court adjourned until untiltbe untiltbeease the thecase theCfUM
case has been disposed of by the WarDepartment War WarDepartment Var VarDe
Department De pfUtment probably in three months monthsCapt monthACapt monthsCapt
Capt Koehler was charged with r nJ nJdtsreepeetful ing ingdisrespectful ng ngdisrespectful
disrespectful language in relation to Maj MajGen llajGen raj
Gen Wood a superior ofilcer officer o r The trou trouble trouble ¬
ble is the outgrowth of a dispute betweenMaj between betweenMaj 1tetweenMaj
Maj Hugh Lu L Scott Sc tt and Capt Koehlerprevious Koehler Koehlerprevious Koehlerpreloua
previous to the tight ft ht at Mount Da Dajo Jo last lastMarch lutMarch
March Maj Scott was in command commandWhen com comYhen comma pd
When the Fourth Cavalry took station stationat stationat stationat
at this place p there were very bad ac accommodations accommodations secommodatlons ¬
commodations for the enlisted men and andthe audthe andthe
the horses horsesCapt horaesCapt
Capt Koehler requested an improve improvement Improvement ¬
w ment ent in the th way of better quarters 4lUftrt tor torhis torhis
his men and when Maj Scott paid no noattention noattention noattention
attention to this Capt Koehler sent a acommunication acommuniCAtion acommunication
communication through military mnltA channels channelscharging channelseh channelscharging
charging eh rglnb him with 1tb neglect and not at attending atteo attending ¬
tending teo ing to his duties as 9 a commanding commandingofficer commandhbofficer
officer officerCLUBMAN officerCLU13MAN
CLUBMAN SUED FOR DIVORCE DIVORCESpecial DIVORCESpeelal
Special Master Intcr Parker Recommends RecommendsFreedom Uceonnncnf1llFrecf10Jtt
Freedom for Mrs Ir Irinr Irvlii T UulthTrenton Hiinli IlunhTrenton HiinliTrenton
Trenton N J Jan 2Inln 2 Irvin T Bush Buabof Bushof Bush Bushor
of Brooklyn head of the Bush Terminal TerminalCompany TerminalCompany fermiraalCompan
Company and a member m mber of the Union UnionLeague UnlotJLeague
League and New York Yacht Club did didnot dWnot 4jnot
not put in an appearance Appenra Ce at Urn taking of oftestimony oftesUmon oftestimony
testimony tesUmon In the divorce proceedings in instituted instituted Institutcd ¬
stituted against him by his wife wifeSpecial wifeSpecial
Special Master FrederloTc Parker Parkerwhom Parkerwbom 4 4whom
whom the ease was referred T frnd to take tes testimony t tUmony tea teasimony ¬
simony has filed his report with the thechancellor UtechRncelior
chancellor recommending that the di divorce 1 1Orce ¬
vorce be granted and that Mrs Bushhave Bush Bushliave Bushhave
have the custody cu tDdy of her two children childrenBeatrice
Beatrice and Eleanor ten and eight years yearsold C8I1 C8I1old
old The masters report expresses IDPr es the thebelief thebeller
belief that the charges cbtlrg made by Mrs MrsBush MrsBu firsBushs
Bush Bu h were sufficiently proved by the tee testimony tH tHUmony teetimony ¬
timony offered offeredRecord offeredUecorIII
Record Submarine EarthquakeLaibach EnrthqtlnleLftlbnek Earthquake nrtlhqunLeLaibeach
Laibach Austria Jan 2 2Tlte The seismo seismograph seismograph seismograph ¬
graph at the observatory here recorded recordedat recordedat
at 115 p m a aveI very severe submarine submarineearthquake submarineearthqtNIke submarineearthquake
earthquake 11260 miles distant It is ex expected expected ¬
pected that tremors tr nors elsewhere will fol ¬
low
Prye I 111 Renomlnnted RenomlnntedAugusta RenonalnntcdAugusta RenominatealCO
Augusta Me Jan 2 William mlam P Frye Fryewas Fryens Fryewas
was ns renomlnated United States Senator
by b acclamation tonight as a t the Republi Repu ll llcan IIcan ¬
can caucus of the legislature legislatureA
A In Carte Lunch Served Dan Dant Dally Dallyat
at t Ecksteins EOkstelnsfrom from 12 1 to 3 3 1412 lt N NY Y ave oveAugusta
D D1JNLOPS NIOPS BODY FOUND FOUNDSou FOUNDScuteh FOUNDScotch
Sou Scotch teli Golfer lInt Been Missing for forSeven CurSecn or orSeven
Seven Week WeekJfew WeeksIlex cekJl cekJlXn
Ilex York Jan t Tine The body y of Robert RobertDualon RobertDaaIoJ RobertDunlop
Dunlop a Scotch golfer who was a afamiliar afamtlJar aGsenlibsr
familiar figure on the Van CorUandt t tUna Pantlinks ParR ParRlinks
links Una was found In Vila Certlandt t Park Parknear PartBfU Pantnear
near Qraad 1 + and avenue a ue Kins Ktabtt Bt Bridge Wie this thisafternoon tblaa thisatteraoss
afternoon a He had been missing S for seven sevenweekt sevenweeii en enwwJ
weeii weeiiDunlop weekt weektI >
wwJDtmI
I Dunlop who was thirtyseven years old oldi oWcame oldcame
i came her here from North Berwick 1ck Scotland Scotlandhut SeotkDdJan Scotlandast
hut l ast spring sprIn < with the intention of beeera beeeraQetf leeeroei
l ei i it1u1ii I lilt ra tile tileW tilectIt ill illbelt
is W
belt dub CSuIa1Mt t tb vsas tefar Ynijr a so heter weacft aucdlDl < weacftx
8 x in two dajsf ptajrtoft ptq 8ft him fez l r short of ofany Ofany
any of the prices pit see While Wbl he occasionally occasionallyplayed oeesIocaaIlypia
play played pia good golf olf doing the course at atVan atC atYen
Van Cordandt C in 79 7 he took so solittle wlittle aulittle
little care a of himself hilNlelrthat that he was not notmuch notmuch netmuch
much sought as an instructor He ap appeared appeared appeared ¬
peared tn more me frequently as a caddie caddieI60MPERS caddieGOMPERS add e eGOMPERS
s
GOMPERS FLEES SUMMONS SUMMONSLabor SUMMONSLabor SUMMONSlabor
Labor Federations President Will WillNot WillNot WillNot
Not Go to Shea Trial TrialCited TrialCltcd TrialCited
Cited to Testify In Cn CaJOle e Against Chi Clilcncn ChlonJo Chiango
cncn Teamsters Hcnd IIcn Goes to toCulm tuCulm toCuba
Culm Ostensibly for Healtha HealthPresident Health HealthPresident IIcn tlt tltPresideot
a
President Gompers of o the American AmericanFederation AmericanFederatieK AmericanFederation
Federation of Labor has been out of ofWashington ofWaah1 o o1tashitugton
Washington Waah1 toa for more re than a week weekoeUnsiMy weekbly weekostmedbly
oeUnsiMy bly for his health and la punrait punraitof purIt purItof pufeuit pufeuitof
of a muchneeded rest re8t but report from fromChicago OntCbteago rem remChicago
Chicago indicate I te that IW M unwillingness unwillingnessto
to go to that city and testify In the theteamsters theteAJDattonI theteamsters
teamsters strike M ke trial is the real reason reasonof reR50nof reasonof
of his trip tripAt tripAt tntpAt
At tine the t e bearing of C P Shea SIt of theteamsietY the theteamsters thel
teamsters l union and his seventeen co codefendants 00defeadan codefendants
defendants on charges ChA of conspiracy to toincite toIncite toincite
incite riots it is said that Gompers Gom rs is isbadly Isy isbadly
badly y wanted ted by the defense as a wit witness wftRn witness ¬
Rn ness and that a summons was sent tothis to totbte totbbJ
this city for him It te alleged that the thelabor thelabor thelabor
labor president heard of the summons summonsami summonslM1 summonsand
and left for Cuba a few hours before thesheriffs the thesheriffs thesberfff
sheriffs omcer olllcer arrived in WashksgtonCompete Washington WashingtonGompers Va nlftgton nlftgtonGompen
Compete is I declared by b the accused teem teamsters teemtens teemstern ¬
stern tens of approving the strikeThe strike strikeThe strtkeThe
The prosecution pro denies this and claimthat claims claimsthat cllmslbat s
that Shea and his associates called ou out t
the men in violation of the union rules rulesThe rullThe rulesThe
The point is of vitkl importance R slidaccording and andaccording Idaeeerdlnp
according to reports from Chicago ChicagoSheas ChicagoSheIls ChicagoSheas
Sheas lawyer lawyers have been trying for thre threweeks three threeweek threeepJ e
week epJ to induce Gompers to testify I IIs It Itts Itw t
ts said Id that a specialdelivery letter was wasttrst WRSIIrst w
first sent begging beggSn him to go o and as no noanswer noanswer e
answer uwer wee received a series of telegrams telegrams tele tolegrains ¬
grams followed the letter These Th 5e too toowere toow toowere
were w rp ignored and a summons was issue issuefor Issued Issuedfor Issuedfor d
for him himGompers himGO himCompere
Gompers GO 1Jte1S went fnt to Chicago during the thestrike thestrike t tstrike he
strike strike In the th hope of effecting a settle settlement setUement settlement e ¬
ment but left in a few days da s admitting admittingthat admittingtht admittin admittinthat g
that he found himself unable to bi bring bringthe biingth in inthe t
the th warring elements > ements together Both Bothfactions Rothfactions Rut Rutfactions h
factions that of Sbea the International Internationalpresident internatlonalpreeWeat internationalpresident
president and of Young formerly the thebusiness thebu thehuainees
business bu inHS agent and now the organizer of ofa ofa o oa f
a rival union refused to be conciliated conciliatedFrank conciliatedFrank onciliatedFIRDk
Frank Morrison secretary s of the Americon American Amer Ainerlean ¬
lean Federation of o Labor said last nigh nighthat night nightthat nightUmt t
that he had not heard of the affair and andthat antIthat an anthat d
that he was sure ure that Shea Is not rosponsible ro rosponsfbfo 10Bponsbh
sponsfbfo for any Rn statements reflecting o oGompers on onGompers onGompers n
GompersA Gompers GompersA GompersA
A Word to Business Friends FriendsThe FriendsThe FriendsThe
The Washington Herald is getting get getting gettJn ¬
ting tJn out no Greater Gre ter Washington WashingtonEdition WashingtonEdition VashlngtonEdition
Edition no Board of Trade TradeEdition TradfeEdition TradEdiUon
Edition no Greater Washing Washington Washington Washington ¬
ton Business Directory Directorynothlng Directorynothlngin nothing nothingin
in any way wa resembling any of thesethings these thesethings thesethings
things It asks Its business friends friendskindly friendskIndly friendskindly
kindly to keep this fact in mind mindIn mln mlnIn mindIn
In asking this however it doesnot does doesnot doesnot
not Intend to cast reflection upon uponany upon uponany uponany
any enterprise of the kind Indi Indicated Indicated indicated ¬
cated that may be under und r way On Onitfe OnJi Onitls
itfe own part p rt It simply slmp wishes the thepublic thepUb1lc thepublic
public to know that It Is not con connected conneeted connected ¬
nected with any of them but isconfining Is Isconfining Isconfining
confining Its efforts to setting out outmorning outa outa
a morning newspaper newspaperThis newsPftperThis newspaperThis
This paper Is The Washington WashingtonHerald WashingtonHerald VashlngtonHerald
Herald every day da In the week Sun Sunday Sund Sunday ¬
day d included It has no other name namePlease namePleose namePlease
Please knap this in mind also
1
GUESTS SEE TRAGEDY TRAGEDYMmu TRAGEDMembers r
Members Mmu bels of Prominent Fam Families Faulilies Falnilies ¬
ilies Clash Cla h at Wedding WeddinsrDR Veddil1gDR b
DR FRANK RIDLEY JR VICT VICTBcgauae VICTIM VICTIMBccmn VICTIMQ
Bcgauae Bccmn Q Qtr c Harvey Unre Hill an Atlanta Vi Vif ttiorne t ttornC
f torney tornC Spoke Si oke to PliywicianV PfT lcln Sister SlaterAfter Sister4ttcr sisterAfter r
After Ilcinjc SVnrned Aot ot to < o En Enconnier Encoun Encounter
counter coun r Taken rak 1iI Place and Fatal FatalShooting FatalShootillJ FataShooting 2
Shooting In Mie tI fife RcMnlt RcMnltLa RClllnItlA RcenltLa
La Grange G as OIL 0 Jan 2 tImmediat tImmediatafter Immediately Immediatelyafter Immedlatet3after dy
after after the soicmnhdvg of the wedding weddlagmoll weddingmossy cere ceremony ¬
moll between betw Mine list BIIIf Kttf Ridley RidleyBenjamin adstal ad andBenjamin adBeftjaaWa
Benjamin Swansea Swaa Hafe afternoon at atwblle atternoatwhile and andwhile stal stalabept l
while those present at were e crowding crowdingthe about aboutthe abotttue
the couple to tald tender ctttgntttttadons ce cosgratu u1Utons Dr DrFrank DrPrank I IFrank
Frank M Ridley jr a cousin of the thebride Utel1de tb tbbride e
bride was shot and perhaps fatally fatallywounded fatall7by fatal h eh 1 1wounded
wounded by Attorney Harvey Hill HIli1uwI who whofront w w is M I Ibed
bed De front nM8 Atlanta to attend the theTfco tMw tMTIle Us 0 0wedding
w wedding weddingThu
TIle sheeting occurred on the the front frontveranda fnNItveraJld from fromveranda t
veranda of the handsome Ridley RidleyaDd Ridleyand homo homoami
aDd right at a bay window hi which the thebridal tbebrkMl a abridal
bridal couple were v e receiving eongratitla eongratitlaUons CODIrat CODIratUoM coogratulaotus ask askaltaiwnl
askg
Uons l otus o t us usHill Immediately J alter < the shone snooting snootingHill JIHotIabHUt g
Hill walked into the parlor and Ito amato stated statedto
to the guests guestsI
I have bIl ve shot Frank and t i think I have havekilled llank1Ied hay baykilled e
killed him himHill himHUI hlmHill
Hill then t n walked downtown dew n scam surrendered nrreltdered sueremdered ¬
dered to the sheriff and wag wa placed in injail Injail ii iijail n
jail jailYoung
Young Dr Rhiler RlcU was s removed reMOve removedthe < from fromthe t tthe t
the veranda and aDd physicians J called eaH 4I who whoare whoare wb w ware bo
are not yet able to say whether the thewound Utewound tb tbwound
wound will iIl prove fatal fatalThe fatalThe fatalThe
The shooting grew rew out of the ntte attemtlo attentions attentionsof atteatlonof UOM UOMoC
of Hill to Dr Ridleys sister Mary Mar It Itaid I is issaid Isaid
said aid that Hill and Alps Mary Ridley wer were wereaffianced werafilasced ere ereaftied e
affianced in opposition op ltton to the wishes of ofthe orthe o othe
the Ridley Rldle family famn Some time ago M O Dr DrRidley DrRidley D DrRidley r
Ridley father of Miss lU Mary Iary forbade Hill Hillever Hilieer Hi 1111ever 11
ever to speak to his daughter again Mies MiesMary l11fi5IUY M MIS MISMary
Mary IUY was at the wedding w 4lding of her cousin cousinteday coustnt8da cous coustoday n
today t8da and she and Hill engaged e bed in con conversation conversation ¬
versation This enraged euraSe Dr Ridley Rl le Jr Jrwho Jrwho
who took Hill fill to the t veranda and psked pskedwhat pskewhat asked askedwhat sic
what he meant by b speaking to his sister sisterHot MsterHot 1 to toi toiHot r
Hot words followed and young Dr Rid Rhlley RklIe RidIcy 1
Icy Ie knocked knock d Hill down TJ Th Tio shatter btt r arose arosedrew arOtJedrew
drew a pistol and shot the young ounS doctor doctorThe doctorThe doctorry r
The sh e eRidleys families famm s are very ve ver e ry prominent The TheRidlcys TheRidleys T Tb he
Ridleys are wealthy and socially belong belongto bolos belooto bolosto g
to the old regime of the South Harvey HarveyHill Harve HarveHili HarveHill
Hill is a grandson gran K1n < of the late Bern Bonjamht BonjamhtH BenjamiiH ja min minH n
H Hill famous as United Unite States Senator Senatorfrom Senatorfrom Senat o r
from Georgia and son of Solicitor Gen Genoral Ge R Reral
oral C D Hill a of the Atlanta judicial cir circuit circuit d citcult r ¬
cuit Solicitor Hill arrived tonight to tolook tolook t tlook °
look after his sons interest interestYoung InterestYoung
Young Dr Ridley was a football star starwhile stArhl1 eta
while hl1 at the University enh rsltJ of Georgia and andonly aoonl3o a an
only recently married the daughter of th thlate thlate thlate e
late Gen John M Hood of Baltimore BaltimoreFRENCH B BaltimoreFRENCH lt1more lt1moreFRENCH
FRENCH PRIESTS ARE FINED HNEDrender FINEDTrenIJtlr
TrenIJtlr Treasurer r or Yelltr Vestry Ordcr Ordered d 10 Sur Surrcntlcr
render Parish Parl h Property PropertyParis IrolcrtParis PropertyParka
Paris Jan JanThe 2 2The The tribunal at atleDac Bar BarIcDac
IcDac c has rendered judgment in the theaction theaction th thaction e
action action of M Varmeseon president of ofthe orthe a athe f
the Association Asso iatlon Cultuelle at Culey Culeyagainst Cule Culeagainst Cule3against 3
against M lL Camus f emus treasurer of the thevestry theestn th 0 0vestry
vestry estn to compel the latter to su sur surrender surrender surrender r ¬
render render the parish books and property propertyM propert propertM proper t3
M I Camus is is ordered ordered to surrender surrendereverything surrendereverything surrend surrendeeverything e r
everything to M t Varmesson withinweek within ea a aweek aweek
week under penalty of paying 50 50francs 50francs 5 5francs A
francs daily for a monthafter month aft r which whichtime whichUrnp while whiletime h
time a new judgment judgmentwill will be made madegrLrding re repjirdlngr regllrding regrading
grading damages This decision d dkisiontribliches es estabIJsbes cctime ¬
> the legality of tho assocttlon associa associations associations a ¬
tions tlon s cultuelles which were weredespite formed formeddespite formedd ad d
despite d > splte the papal p papal pal interdictionThree interdiction interdictionThree interdictionlhree
Three priests were arraigned before beforethe beforethe befo r rthe
the tribunal at Chaumont today toda One Oneof Oneof On Onof e
of them was fined 40 francs for not notmaking notmaking n ne nemaking of
making a declaration The other two twowere twowere tw twwere °
were fined 25 2 5 francs each for not mak makInff making ma maktag k
tag declarations and for making in instijting insulling i insuiting n
suiting remarks remarksThe remnrk5The remarksThe
The mayor m or of Saint Savin has hasmoned sum summoned summoned ¬
moned a priest for making houseto housetohouse housetohouse housetohouse °
house collections In Behalf of ofelegy the theclergy theclerg tie e
cleelegy clergy The summons charges him himwith hit hi hiwith m
with begging beggingJ
J 1 JI 5nJnll Snea11 t 50 Sons 1 Florists FlorlstlWasbingto FloristsWashington
Washington and New York YorIte Yorkd
d
FLOYD ELECTED GOVERNORTcw GOVERNOR
few Tcw cw Chief Executive of New en hump HnmpHhlre Jlnmphlrc humpshire
shire Goes Into Ofllce Today TodayConcord roelayCOlKOrd ruclayConcord
Concord N H Jan 2 Charles M MFloyd MFloyd MFloyd
Floyd of Manchester was today elected electedevernor electedentor electedaevernor
aevernor evernor entor of New Hampshire The legis legisUttnre legislature legism
Uttnre m inre made the choice because c the thofailure lhQCn thefaihans
failure simm of any candidate at the recent recenteiaetlen r recentelsetkn nt ntelMtera
eiaetlen to secure a majority of the votes votesIly votest votesnat
nat t
ootthe
Ily the t e provisions prori lons of o the State constitu constitutlOtt eonatftutfOJa eonstitutuolt
turn list two candidate were ere eligible to tonoted tolm
W lm m balloted noted for at the legislative legl llt Uv s session sessionalthough session sessionalthough on onaJt
although aJt 8gh there e were several candidates at atthe atlite a atthe t
the tie State election The result of todays todaysballot todstySbltllot todaysballot
ballot was Charles M L Floyd Rep RepNathan 291 291Katbn MNatb
Nathan Natb n C Jameson Dem f01Jl 141 11 Floyd Floydwill Floydwill
will 111 be inaugurated Thursday ThursdayPAYS Thursda ThursdaPAYS ThursdayPAYS
PAYS PASSAGE CHANGES MIN MIND MINDTraveler MINDTrueJer MINDTraveler D
Traveler DiMenilmrkM from Oceanic Oceanicait Occia n ic icas e
lie Liner Pull nIb Out Into Hirer HirerKnr nln RiverNew r rNew
New York Jan 2 2After After paying ail lilt lilttest 116 uelaat 116mat
mat night I ght for H stateroom on the Oceanic Oceanicbooked Oceanlebooked Ocoinicbooked e
booked to sail for Southampton today toda at a t
7 o clock a passenger ftger on the liner awok awoke awoketnte awoketb awokethis e
ee
this tb morning when the gong g beat the theretreat theretreat th theretreat e
retreat for all those not passengers p engers evi evidently eTic1enU cvy ¬
dently c1enU in a state stA te of bewilderment bewildermentTraveling IMm1ldermentTraveling bewildermentTraveling
Traveling light IIgh with no baggage he hemade hemade h hemade e
made record time to the deck took ob observations obaervatloft8 observatlons ¬
servations of his h surroundings and andstarted andstarted a am amstarted nd
started for the gangway at top speed speedThe ItfeooThe speedThe
The vessel has just started to swing in into intothe Intotbe Inkthe to
the river and he did not even hesltA hesitate hesitatewhen heslkittwhen te tewhfn
when he saw the only retreat was being beinglowered beinglownd Lein beInglowered E
lowered but hurried down the planks planksJumped planksjumped planksJumped
Jumped to the pier and disappeared leav leaving leavIng ear cmrlug ¬
ing a bewildered steward and his ail lilt liltstateroom 110 110stateroom UOstateroom p
stateroom behind He refused ed to reveal revealhie rOVealhis revel 1
his identity tdentlt and disappeared disappearedAnother disappearedAnother disappearedAnother
Another incident at the sailing of the theOceanic tbeOeMnic theOceanic
Oceanic was the appearance of a woman womanwith wonwith n
with a lantern who had come to bid Her Hereon herton he r
ton so farewell She said that tMt a as t the thesteamer tkeateamfl thtsteamer he
steamer was booked to leave at 7 oclock oclockshe oclockshe oclockshe
she thought she might need the light to tosignal tosignal U Usignal
signal to her son as he left his native nativeshores naUcshorH natiwshores e
shores shoresThe shorHThe shoresThe
The boat finally ftftRII got away about S Soclock SoClock I Ioclock
oclock delayed because of the heavy hol holiday hol1da7 helIday ¬
iday mall mailPULLMAN mallPULL1trAN mallPULLMAN
PULLMAN BANDIT CAPTURED CAPTUBEDMan CAPTUREDJlnn
Man Arentcd reflltct Near Richmond nfl n lie HeXVns lienJil II lIeWas e
Was nJil Itetnrhslngt lie Ueturnln turning North NorthHMfal Xorthto worthlpwid
lpwid HMfal uiml to The WMhfoetoa herald HciaMRichmond U IInMRichmond aIcL aIcLRlebmond
Richmond Va Jan 2 A man sus suspected US USJ ¬
pasted J of the crime edm of holding up th the theChesapeake thepeake tinCisc e
Chesapeake Cisc peake and Ohio train Sunday morn morning mornancl mornlag ¬
lag > and robbing the passengers in th the thePullman thePlhDan thPulhnun e
Pullman sleeper was arrested near her here hereIDday hereDday heretoday e
today The man had evidently been beenSoutb beerSouth
South after committing the robbery and andwas anreturning g ant antwas nd
was returning with Baltimore or Wash Washington Washas Wasbitton ¬
ington as his destination A number of ofchecks ofchecks ol o ochecks t
checks and papers were found on his per person per80ft person ¬
son The man will say nothing regarding regardinghis regardinghili regardtnhis s
his own personality or movements Front Frontwhat Fromwbat Fr Froirwhat
what can be learned it appears that the thestatement thestIltement th thestattumeret e
statement that the man had an acoo accom accomplice accompike accompuce m ¬
pike on the train is a mistake I It t is be believed believed ¬
lieved that after shooting Conductor Ab Abernathy Abernatby Abernethy
ernathy and escaping from fro the train tnL with withhis withhis ith ithfa
his fa booty the desperado boarded a teak train trainfor traJnfor n
for the South in which section he re remained re remained remaimed ¬
mained until h4 thought it sale to return returnMUST returnMUST returnMUST
MUST PUBLISH ENGAGEMENTS ENGAGEMENTSKan ENGAGEMENTSKansas
Kan linnn aft Legislator ISclievcn Such Suchlmv Suehaw SuciLaw s
Law aw 3Iieht Prevent Divorce DivorceTopeka IJhorceTopeka DivorceTopeka
Topeka Kans Jan 2 8enator 8enatorSIIItth Senator SenatorSmith SenatoSmith r
Smith will introduce a bill la h the legis legislature legiaJawre legislatnre ¬
lature grovidtng tlovid rQvIdhi p that all ht marriage marriagegttgornanRt3 ea eagagviaonts 4a a agtgtenats
gagviaonts must m atba be published in local localVRp b beep aIIIIIt1pe
VRp IIIIt1pe p pea C8 8 and ptd id dr esmrctoen O ercke at heat 1ha thirty thirtydays tbir tr
days 1 botbre b bore re re the 11 wedding ceremony Is Isto isto i Ito s
to be performed performedMr
Mr dr Smith presents presents pr aents argument to toprove toptOe t ti tiprove °
prove such a law would ould tend to pre prevent prevent prerent ¬
vent divorces unhappy marriages and anddeclares anddeclares an amdictates ei
declares it Is a highly satisfactory satisfacto law lawin JIl JIlIn 1ev 1evin w
in n several European countries countriesRAIHS countrIHRAINS
RAINS SILVER IN PARK T ROW ROWElevator ROWElevator RO
Elevator Shaft of Big Building BuildingPull BuildingFull Buildin g
Full of Falling Coin CoinFiremen CoinPircmen CoinFiremen
Firemen in Bas Bnacment Thought Trusts TrustsVcrc Trust TrustAre a
I
Were crc Becoming Dccomin Liberal but butAre butAre
Are re Soon Disillusioned DlMlIInxionedNew
New N York Jan 1Those ThoIe who wno to toll by byday byda7 b bday
day hi the loft lofts of the Park Row R Building Buildingwere BaJil Buiidhs ing ingwere g
were treated treated to a cote shower sitQw as they theywere thoyW8re tits titswere Y
were going golngtOlltf home twee late this t afternoon But Butonly BulonIJ Bu I Ionly
only their eyes got the benefit benefitThree beaefttThree
Three employes of the New York Coi CoiIiandfng Coin CoinHandling CoinHandllnf n
Handling Company were taking 3000 1J OO of ofth oftb o
th the Interborousn Interborou k Rapid Transit Com Companys Companys ¬
panys extra heavy New Years collection collectionof n
of nlckles dimes quarters and halt haltfrom halves halvesthe halvesfrOM es
frOM the Interborough Inter rough offices on the fif fifdoor fifth fifthfloor fifth1o
floor The com coln n was in 191 1 bags 1J nags ss whit whitwere which whichwere whichWeft h
were piled on a truck The two front frontwheels frontwhMls t
wheels of the coin truck had been pushed pushedonto pushedonto push
onto the elevator etor when whentlte the extra New NewYears NewYettr No NoYears w
Years Yettr weight caused the platform to fail failabout fallahout fa Il
about six inches inchesThe inche incheThe incheThe
The bags of money were spread over overthe overthe ore r
the platform of the elevator Two bags bagscontaining bagsCODtatMblf ba gs
containing I 5tI SW 5 in quarters fell over th thsides the thesides thosid a
sides sid of the lift and broke into a silver silvershower stivershower skiveshower r
shower The crowds of o ofiieeworkers ofiieeworkersthat otlteeworkersCaUlht r s
caught a Ump itmpse c of a sittterlng strew stream streamthat m II IIthat
that sped past them themThere theMThere themTh
Th There ere was a rush of frenzied financiers financiersto oonciersto S
to the basement But the elevator evator me men menand menand n
and the three emptoves of the coin hand handling hnndlJn handling
ling lJn company arme3 with ith brooms ana anashovels an ansboeH
shovels surrounded the pile at the bot bottom OOtttm ho t ¬
tom of the shaft before tl the e investigators investigatorscould inestlga tors torscould s
could arrive arriveTlie aITheThe
The firemen in the basement thought thoughtthat thoughttbat t
that the trusts were certainly cer llnly becoming becomingliberal beclmlngJlbend becomfn becomfnliberal F
liberal when the floor of the subceilar subceilararound 8ubcciJararound subceilaaround r
around the shaft was flooded with coin coinBy coinBy coltBy
By much sweeping and examination o of ofcrevices ofcrevlees C Ccrevices
crevices on the way down the shaft all allthe allthe al 1
the quarters except five were found foundMany foundMan3 foun founMany d
dut
Many of them wore bent and twisted o oof out outof outof ut
of shapeTIRE shape shapeFIRE sltapeFIRE
FIRE HORSES FOLLOW SCENTlondon SCENT SCENTLondon SCENT10tU1011
London Drivers Drhcrll Question que tlon WhctheAnintnlx Whether WhetherAnlmnln ethcr ethcrAnln e
Anlmnln Anln nb Can Smell > moll Smoke SmokeLondon SJnokeLondon
London Jan T n 3 ICan Can fire brigade horses horsessmell horsessmelt S
smell a tire at a aqdlsbmce distance and locate it as asdogs asdo a s
dogs do track by b5cent scent The TlteLondon London counts countscouncils counQcounclls rnun rnuncouncils U
councils fire department submitted this thisquestion thl5queaUon till S
question to all the men of the London Londonflre Londonfiro Londo n
flee stations at1ons > The answers will be madethc made madethe gaud e
the basis ef an official report report reportA
A reporter Inquiring l qulrlngfound found the men menInterestedly meninterestedly me n
Interestedly discussing discu lng the question and andcomparing nndCOmptuing an d
comparing their experiences s A majority majorityagreed majors mojoriagreed majorsagreed tv
agreed that thatho horses es cannot smell fire at atany atan e eany t
any an considerable distance but when whenWithin whenwithin who whowithin n
Within 2W W yards experienced animals evi evidently cvidently ev i ¬
dently scent the smoke and dash ash forward forwardat forwarat d
at Increased speed perhaps because the therealize they theyrealize thc3orealize y
realize that Ole end of thoir gallop is at athand athand
hand handSome handSome
Some drivers think that the glare glarethe of ofthe ofthe
the flames influences the horses mo mothan more morethan moreth r c
than th n the smell of the smoke One driver driverof drivcr drivcrof r
of long experience exper1 experience nce said that he had hadhandled hadhMn ha d
handled hMn led only two horses which seemed neemedto seemedto seem seemto
to sniff the fire smell from afar He had hadoften hadorten hit hitoften d
often known them to turn toward a fire firewithout fire1thout fir firwlthcut e
without being guided when more than a amile amUe
mile away awayItx awnyIP away awayIts
Its IP Unsafe jn nfe and Unprofitable UnprofitableTo
To keep your our surplus money Idle Deposit Deposityour DepositYOlr Depos Deposyour it
your funds in banking b nking dept of tnio Union U nion itn n
Trust Co 1414 F FInterest Interest on all accounts accountsI I
I
COTTON GROWERS GROWERSCOMPLAINT GROWERSJO1EPLAIT
COMPLAINT FILED FILEDDlau1 FILEDFiand
Fraud Order Against S T VExchange TExchange YI
I Exchange a Is Requested RequestedGRAVE ItequcstedGRA
Gigs GRAVE YE TE CHARGES CHARGESVarious It MADE MADEVarious lADEVarious DE
Various Fraudulent Practices PracticesAlleged PracticesAllegccllp
Alleged Allegccllp Alle eel by Complainants ComplainantsPnntmnnRter COJlllJlaillitlltsPotmnnllter Colu ilainallts ilainalltsGeneral
PnntmnnRter General Asked ke1 to Send SendAftcnt Send4Jent
Agent to New York to Inspect Cot Cotton Cot10n
ton Stored There ThereNumerous umerous uJJ1ero j Ex Exhibits ExhlhitC ¬
hibits Submitted in Support of ofComplaint orCompnlnIinJfJton ofCompInintLvingaton
CompnlnIinJfJton Complaint Llvinfffctoii and Jordan JordanAre JorlanAre JordanAre
Are the Prljiie Prh e Movers MoversLeonitms 3IoerJIILeonldas
Leonitms F Livingston Lfafn ton Representative Representativehi
hi Congress from the Fifth Georgia distries dis district distrIct ¬
tries trIct used Harvie Jordan JOIdaa of Atlanta AtlaatApresideat Atlantapresident
president of the Southern a Cotton CottonGrowers CottonCirotnri CottonGrow
Growers Grow err Protective AmoefcUtoa sub submitted submitted ¬
mitted to the t Postoffice Department Departmentlate Deputmentlate
late yesterday afternoon a formal re request ftqest reuest ¬
quest q uest for a fraud order against againstthe alP ageinrttit nH nHthe
tit the New York Cotton Exchange Xxcbaatestlitement f A Astatement 1
statement s setting tt1ftb forth the allege allegefraudulent lIqt11 lIqt11fraudest
fraudulent f practices of o the tbeoorneestt concern and anda aoJa
a number of exhibits s tending t to suppoit suppoitthe IftJppOI PPo t ttile
the claims clal made therein were ffled with withPostmaster 1th 1thP
Postmaster P stmaster General Cortelyou who focithe took tookthe tooktlte
the case under advisement advisementMr t tMr
Mr Uvt Livingston stoa acted In behalf of the thecotton theeotOft thecotton
cotton growers wen of the Sooth generally generallyand jlDerallrand ennpall ennpalland
and Mr Jordan as a L representative rlJtH Mliladn of cfthe ofthe u ulbe
the organization organlza Oft of which he is the head headAn MadAn headAn
An invitation to participate hi the mov movment 1DO 1DORtent ma mameat
meat was sent t last t week eek to C C So S Bar Barrett Barrett ¬
rett president of the Farmers Cuoperative Co Cooperative CoopHAtive ¬
operative and Educational Union but it itWAS itWNI
WAS not accepted The union which is islargely islugely isargely
l largely composed of cotton producer producerhas InNIucenhaa
has headquarters at Barnesvttte Ga GaEight GLE1
Eight E1 ht different counts COUD are made against againstthe aplnEtthe
the New ew York exchange in the complaint complaintthe camplalntthe complaintthe
j the principal features of which have at atready al already
ready been outlined in The Waattngtcm WaattngtcmHerald 1YaWdngtnnHerald VbOItHernld
Herald The Postmaster General to asked askedto 8ek 8ekto
to assign auI n an agent 8en to Inspect the cotton cottonstored cottonstored cottonstored
stored in warehouses m In New York in inorder inorder
order to ascertain the truth or falsity faIIIIt u of ofthe orthe
the allegations regarding its ItaWe grade gradeWe
We charge say the two signer of the thedocument thedocument tireocument
document d ocument submitted to the Postmaster PostmasterGeneral P Posttaast tlr tlrGeal r rGeneral
General that New Ne York Y City has ceased ceasedto ceaJl d dto
to be a commercial spot cotton market marketand marketR
and a R that the New aitw York Cotton Exchange Exchangeoperating ExcbauSop Exchangeoperating <
op operating < raUng under its present debased and andfraudulent andfraudulent andfraudulent
fraudulent contracts has developed into intoa Intol intoa
a purely speculative IaUft or gambling ex exchange ucbaMse axhange ¬
change c that the grades of cotton ship shipped shipped ¬
ped to New York It and tenderabte teD on con contracts tOhtracts contracts ¬
tracts under the Ulerules rules of the NewTork NewTorkCotton New York ork orkCottOft
Cotton Exchange cannot be used for forcommercial forCOterclaJ forcommercial
commercial spinning purposes e and that thatsuch thatsuell thatancAh
such grades es of cotton toll are used solely to todaprass toeprGts
daprass eprGts the price ptil of snlsXihH 1IIe grades in inA9 InfJ
> tl A9 fJ BjMtta and to Mina die speculative speculativefeatures 8Pe ulat ulatfMt
features fMt fes of o the theN 2v i l York k Cotton Bx Bxehctnge Bxluuage 8 x xchange
change to the Heavy 7 detriment of the theentire theentire theentire
entire legitimate le te cotton trade of the theUnited theCnlLed theUnited
United States StatesBuNiiicKM Statesl
BuNiiicKM l uHhlt M Alleged to DC Fraudulent FraudulentWe
We further charge that the New York YorkCotton YOIkCotton YorkCotton
Cotton Exchange through th it Its officers and andmembers andmemMrs andmembers
members is daily using the United rn ec States Statesmails StatesJll1J1I Statesmails
mails for the purpose of transmitting tran and andadvertising andaclverli8i andadvertising
advertising aclverli8i Its business busI to the legitimate legitimatecotton legittmatCCUon legitimateectton
cotton trade of the United States SttUa and wecharge we wecharge W Webarge
charge that that business is fraudulent trauclulentaDd fraudulentand fraudulentCud
and that the officials o dals and members JReIJI of the theexchange thtexchange
exchange should be denied the nee of the theUnited thetntted thetatted
United States malls mallsWe mal malWE mallsWe
We farther charge that the quotations quotationssent fI1IOtatlonssent quotationssent
sent out dally on the debased contract of ofthe orthe
the New ew York Cotton Exchange Ex exercise exercisea eXerd e el ea
a predominating Influence I uence o over < r the legiti legitimate legitimate legitimate ¬
mate Cotton trade to its great eat detriment detrimentand detttmtntand detrimentand
and InjuryWe Injury InjuryWe InjuryWe
We further charge ehar that New York YorkCity YorkCity YorkCity
City has ba ceased to be a spotcotton mar market l11 merket il ilket ¬
ket for commereialv comutercial comenes cialt spinnabte nnabIe grades ot otcotton o ocotton ocotton
cotton due to the present debased tOn contracts tOntracts ¬
tracts of the New York Cotton Exchange Exchangeand Chan Chanand
and ands as proof of the charge haJ e we rite tyou t tyou to toyou
you the fact that from the lilt day of ofSeptember ofSeptember ofSeptember
September IWi to December Dt r 2L 31 Iflon Iflonthere 1fMoithere 19
there was only delivered from that mar market muket market ¬
ket 10045 1o ti bates Jell of spot cotton to shipper shipperout a aout abipperaout
out of a total of practically SMMM s bales balesof btltof balesof
of American cotton placed pIa upon the mar markets markets ¬
kets of this country rountr at other points pointsWe hataWe
We further charge chu that under the thepresent thepresent thepresent
present debased slebn and fraudulent rules < > f fthe fUte
the New York Cotton Exchange K c a large largfnumber laT laTKumbr
number of o unenlnnabie low grades of cot cotton cottOft cotton ¬
ton are tendered tfnder on the contracts of that thatconcern thatconcern thatconcern
concern which hleh are ar not permitted under underthe Mer Merthe
the rules of any other cotton exchange exchangeIn taaDg taaDgIn
In the world and we affirm that such suchrules SUdlrules suchrules
rules are fraudulent fraudulentFigures fraudulentFhnres
Figures Arc re Misleading MIMeuilinKWe 1Idelu1inJe
1tiei We e charge further that the official officialdaily omciilldallv
daily quotations sent out throogi th tbt OeMi l thp thpUnited thpUnlt
United Unlt States mails by 1J the oncers and andmembers antitDemers
members of the New Ne York Cotton Ex Exchange ExchAnle ¬
change to their customers and others othersboth othenboth othersboot
both both as Itsto tt > futures and spot prices art artfraudulent artfnwdulent
fraudulent in that neither iepreet represent th thtrue thtrue the thetrue
true and actual value of spot t cotton but burthat butthat butt
that t they are from i 5 to J7JO per bale baleless bal balleFs
less than the market price at which spn spnnable splnnable spin
nable grades of cotton could be purchased purchasedIn purc
In the South and shipped to New York Yorkfor Yorkfor
for tender on these tbes fraudulent contracts contractsA ctract80A
A copy cop of the official bulletin te ui it ittachod t ttahrd
inched to the complaint as an exhibit exhibitand exhibitRnd exhibitand
and Messrs Iessrs Ll Livingston + ingston and Jordaa in invite invUe Inrite ¬
rite the especial attention of the Post Postmaster PostmAster ¬
master General to the figures contained containedin
in It as showing the wide difference en enthe enUte
the New Se York exchange between quo quotations quotations quotations ¬
tations for futures and spots on onDecember onDecember onDecember
December 28 This difference was It 1 1points 1 1points ipoints
points er JS18 S1i per bale bRl and clearly proves provesfraud pro4Sfraud provesfraud
fraud in the opinion of the two com complainants complainants ¬
plainants Attention is s also directed to th thbulletin t tbun the thebulletin >
bulletin bun tin of the New Ne Orleans Ort ns Cotton Ex Exchange Exlns ILxchange ¬
change lns also filed as an exhibit In New NewOrleans N NewOrleans fW fWOrl
Orl Orleans > tus it is pointed out the prices for forfutures forfut
futures fut futures res and 4Spot spot spots are ar very e nearly nearlytlte Dearlytbe
the same sameMessrs sameMessrs 1meles5rs
Messrs les5rs Livingston and Jordan charge chargeihat chaT chaTthat
that out of the advertised stock st k of cotton cottonat cottonat
at present stored In th tM warehouses rehou8es of ofNew ofNew ofNew
New York CltynmonnUng City amounting to 114MU 114MUbales utGOOb1Iecfull
bales b1Iecfull balesfully fully 7BWW bales are of such inferior inferiorgrades ferior feriorgrades
grades as to render the staple unfit for forspinning fOTspinning
spinning or manufacturing purposes and andthat audthat
that a considerable portion of it has sits begin beaheld beftnheld
held in warehouses for years and is istotally J Jtotally
totally unfit for any an purpose whatever whateverexcept whateverexcept
except to be tendered on the fraudulent fraudulentcontracts Craudulentcontracts
contracts of the New York Cotton Ex Exchange ExchAnge ¬
change to the serious detriment and in injury Inju injury ¬
jury ju of the legitimate cotton trade of the theUnited theUnited
United States StatesThey StateaThe
They The therefore the fore ask the Postmaster PostmasterGeneral > r rGeneral
General to send a representative of o his hisdepartment blsdpartmcnt
department to the warehouses of New NewYork NtwYork NewYork
York City and hive 11 nil the cotton stored storedthere storedtl1eo
there inspected and graded in order to toofficially tootftclnlly
officially determine the character of the theunsplnnable tlteunspinnable
unsplnnable and unmarketable gradesstored grades gradesstored gradesstored
stored in that market to tender t n er under the theCONTINUED theCOXTINUBD theCONTINUED
CONTINUED OX SEVENTH PAtJK PAtJKBlnckUton PAl PAlBlnekl
BlnckUton Blnekl tone TS M Flowers Are Beautiful BenndfnlFinest BenlltJfulFinest BeautifulFinest
Finest specimens sp lmaI1s Roo5 Reasonably > Rablo b0prlMs prteag prioesl4Ii uH USHJ
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