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2 r j THE WASHINGTON WASHI1GTONHERALD HESALD HER LU SATTTRD SATURDAIjJANUARY SATURDAYANUARY AYjAffTT ARY 5 1907
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PH PllllLIPS tTPS Q N STAI116 STAI116Takoina WiAND WiANDTakolna
Takoma Operator Declares DeclaresHe DeclaresHe DeclaresHe
He Performed Eis HisU ffiDUty ffiDUtyHOLDSBED Eiity EiityHOLDS ut y yHOLDS
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HOLDS HOLDSBED BED eIGHT WAS WASHOWii WASHOWiiIlloek SHOWR SHOWRlllocJ
lilook Signal SI nnI System Described to toCoroner tnCoroner toCoroner
Coroner XcvIttnnA Xcitt uncI n ad Jurymen JnrmcnTec JnrmcnTectlmon JnryiuenTetIznon Tes
Unions tlmon Given Bnvornlilc to toEn toEnInter Knr Knrjlneer 1n 1nneer
jlneer Inter neer Marry Uourr Hildeliran nncleItruul1lhe l The In Infinest 10Inllt iniuet
finest Moves Speedily Along AIongOnt aUongOn
On Ont of 0 the th two pcia4 pCI upea 1p wJHeli Wdf the thecause tbeeause tb tbtaflse
cause oC and responsibility lty for the thewroeek thewroeekIt wreck wreckit
at it Terra Cotta is believed to rest re8t was W to toall tOall
all intents and purposes purpoe purpos s cleared up yes yesterday 7f8terda ye yeterday ¬
terday terda at the th third days session of tht thtoroners tb tbOronerl1 u ucoroners
coroners inquest inquestThrough InquestThrpugh 1fllUeStThrDug
Through the testimony of o Operator OperatorPhillip OperatorPhillips OperatorPhillipe
Phillip of Takoma and several witnesses witnessesuppenring witlHl1lMJ8lpKartng WItOeSappar1ng
uppenring in his suPOrt it was shown to tothe tothe
the officials conducting the th investisBttioav investisBttioavmd ID IDand inv1LIoand
and the jury that UK red target or r dan danger cbmgf Ianger ¬
ger gf > r signal was displayed at Takoma when whenthv whnth1 whenthe
the extra train drawn by engine er ne No NoriSO Nol2O NoL20
riSO l2O L20 upprouch approachd d and passed that station stationlast atatlonJast tntIonlast
last Sundiy SUQ ay at 631 oclock in the evening eveningFar evenngFar ftnincFar
Far from injuring the prospects pru of En Engineer Eagint 1ag1ner ¬
gineer gint r Hildebrand HHdt > brund of the extra who has hasn ball11lt hairlt
n 11lt t yet tt appeared ap rlCf on OQtJe t4i stand stand the testf testfmony teatflIony teat1fltIfl
mony fltIfl yesterday yest rday while establishing Stablls > to the thesatisfaction tbesc thest
satisfaction sc staction of the hnreatigatera I1Iv U t that tile ttoered tileTtd therfd
red light was displayed failed to shew shewany bewI 1WWrny
any I ny reason why HHdebnuvd should ba baxJCteti heva hevatpeeted
ixpccted any signal at that pat at tint tinttime tlRttimt tMtDurkuesM
time timeDnrkiiexs timtDnrlueJ
Dnrkiiexs Biivelopeil cl Red7 Target TargetFurthermore TnrctJurttMrntere PnrgetFurthermore
Furthermore JurttMrntere Phillips Ph1llh statements and andthose andtho andI
those tho I of the other witnesses wit wi woo wo were at atTakoma atTakomit atCakorna
Takoma at the time tmetn In question uat1oa devel developed develnPfd develapd ¬
oped rti tu fact that the ttleftd red rd11t light could not notbe notbe I
be seen E n at a t a distance of more than forty fortyyards fortyyards i iyards
yards and that in the soe OoKie foe and andsteam andsti I I8trom
steam sti ni enveloping envelppi g engine tfH 2S a it passed passedTakcina pallledTakcula paedTakorna
Takcina the red target way easily SU have havel havelPeu
l l lPeu tn invisible from tr frmthe lfttbe the engineers e a seat seatWhile MatWhile seaLWhile
While the theDlstrtct District ofiteials o oflIe11wre W > re conduct conducting conducting conducting ¬
ing the inquest at tie tINioor t1 foot of Seventh Seventhstreet Seveathtft Seveothstr
str street t EnPaefl Knginew 1l JrtkiebraiKr ebr and Bngi Bngin BR8fIwr nf nfr
n Iwr r Vermillion of train d I were teeti teetifyins tstlfrir teo1fyiTg
fyins frir at the flrot hearing bearin of the Inter Interstate hatertut Intert
state tut t a t Commerce Commission CommtulolL Thdr tes testimony te tetimony thattmony ¬
timony before the commission was con contradictory CORtradictory contradictory ¬
tradictory to that given ea by Operator OperatorI OperatorIutrow
I Iutrow > utrow of f Silver Spring Sprta at the inquest inquestThursday ioquestThursday InquestThursday
Thursday Both engineer Ieen testified to tohaving tohaving toiiavng
having received nCfiv the double green een sife siferal a ahal
hal at t Silver Spring while Dutrow de deflared de dedared dolared
flared that he gave them both the white whiter
< > r green rfen signal In other respects r the thostatements tbflstahments thestatements
statements of the engineers eD l eera tended to tosii tohw tothat
> sii hw w that Hildebrand had no reasoH to toexpect 18txpllt totXpet
expect signals 1 at Takoma Park ParkJlloclc Parknlocl ParkBlock
Block Signals DcKurilicil DcKurilicilit
it was not directly di tly through the tileTllooratiG oor oornburatton ce cerhoratIon
nburatton of Phillips PbtIU testimony to the theeffect thectfe theeffect
effect ctfe < t that he had the red light t tthat burning burninirthat burningthat
that the investigators v toa and many of o those thosejinsent tboaeflr thoneprent
jinsent flr nt became caavinced of the truth truthof tnltItof truthq
of q the he statements of the Takoma Takemaoperator TakemaoperatorIt operator operatorIt
It I t was through the hitherto bi to tmiatredvced tmiatredvceddsrriptfen IIUIOtrOdIICOddeript1os U Ulriptioft
dsrriptfen of the block sisjnal light lightin t
in 11 1 U nanism t t waa shown that whea the theIrvir UteIoi the1v
Irvir 1v controlling the lights a is at rest reat It Italways Italways ittlways
always assumes the position that makes makesmi
mi l r rd d target tar show on the target taJWetidv pole poleide poieide
> ide the station statl n In order er to give 1 e a aviiUjt ai1tJ aIp
viiUjt i1tJ or gr g en en signal the operator pe tor must mustt muattmW musttYw
t tmW i nv tin tll Kter Itt either forward or back backxv 1ckv It ItId
xv v Id d t and JIdh titbit hit jt there ttK tterwilIL tterwilILewigr rt a il iliTOgter
I iTOgter r rI wimt wmd dr AgWejt m mtedr E is isi
tedr I td it i t drop dr et ri Ps tMUf te tean faPliftetf faPliftetfand
> and an n thetargBt the t 1c arot 8t becomes T re4 S again againVjn ap1j11 againv
Vjn v j11 j 11 the illfated train trainNo No tt iSdrew iSdrewTaIoma rew rewi w wTal
i Takoma Tal oma Sunday evening < Phillip it itI ItIlrs ftp
I Ilrs p trs rs by yesterdays testfenony was in ini lattke
i ftke ffit e lie gave 66 the white signal signali
i hId Id the lever in position until the ther
i r If < if f the train had passed pa on about laD laDi I Iis lIDis
< i ds is Then TIt he said he released it It again againplaying aptnplaying againr
r playing the red or stop signal This Thisv TId8W
w v W < uM t d not be changed c tor to approaching approachingtrains approItChIR8trlins appronchiagtruns
trains unless word from fro University U ty de deTin de deTIIluded doTh
Tin TIIluded Th Hided ded the use of either the white or orKiftn orIfn orIfR
Kiftn Ifn light It was wae therefore thelef made plain plainliuft pIa1nunless plainunison
liuft unless Phillips PhiJ purposely changed changedtit c ctlv cbaedt
tit tlv t h light it was red when wl a 3m 21 passed Ta Takoma Takoma Takcrna ¬
koma It does net seem probable proba to the1 the1offiViai the tltetf theI
offiViai I tf dallnquisStors lal inquisitors that Phillips would hold
1 1n h white light on for the five minutes minutesensuing mieut mieutfn minutestnsuing
ensuing fn = uing between the passing of II S and az the thearrival theanhal thetrdvaI
arrival of 2129 I nor in their estimation is isit Isit Isit
it likely iikf > ly that this trained operator would wouldHiang2 wouldhang wouldIaflg
Hiang2 hang Iaflg the signal 1 when 2X20 120 drew near nearunless nearunkss nearunlss
unless toe University operator had sent sentinstructions seatiastructioa sentimtructlone
instructions regarding train 6ft that would wouldsuggest WIMIJ4Iuggest wouldsuggest
suggest either eit er the white wl te or green signal signalAll a1 a1All
All 11 Operator i Cleared ClearedTlie ClcnredTile ClearedThe
Tile satisfactory establishment Meltt of the thefiirt tile1Let therzitt
fiirt that the red r light was burning bunt ap a apm apprently j jparentry
parentry pm > ntly dears aH au the operators e on the theline theliw theIii
line Iii in the vicinity of the tIN th scene of the thewreck tbew thewreck
wreck w ck free responsIbIlity r II 1ky for the tit fright frightful fI18tItul frightlul ¬
ful ul disaster To the altimportant a1tianportaatng remain remaining tnuehiing ¬
ing ng point the point that is expected by bythe Ityt bythe
the t 11 District authorities to settle de the fate fatef fateor
or < if > f Engineer Ifiidebrand IiiIde so far as his con connection celt celttJfftion coniiection ¬
nection with the wreck is concerned is isthe Ist Isthe
the t 11 one that has been repeatedly raised raisedduring seddlJring raisedduring
during the three days tkAy of o investigation investigationWas investigationWas v vWas
Was HiMebraad to expect any y signals 18 at atTakoma atTakoma atIakoina
Takoma when It was after the tiledosing customary customaryi cueonisrylosing
i losing hour ho of that station And had he henot heIlOt hehot
not a a right to think when he passed that thatstation ttstation thatstation
station and could see no lights that the theblock tbeblock theblock
block was closed for the night t and there therefore tJMref therelure ¬
fore f rt he could proceed in accordance with withcustom withustom witheustom
custom without tItOPPIDOn stoppingOn stopping j jOn
On the firat day of the inquest Mr MrHobbs MrHobbs j jHobbs
Hobbs division superintendent rktWlHlent declared declaredthat declaredthat declaredthat
that he believed the accident to have ve been beenthe ftth beenthe
the th result vl < rf f a vitiation of the rules rulesof rulesof ruIsif
of the company What rules rules he was wa un unable unahle unable ¬
able to state state Do no investigation having ba bahfen having1fen
Iteen made After three days of rigid rigidinquiry rlgJdlnqulry rigidinquiry
inquiry no infraction of the rules hav having having haying ¬
ing any direct bearing bea on the accident bag batken hasbeen bagbeen
been shown to have been committed by byany byany byany
any employe t or employes of the company companyMilton companyMilton companyMilton
Milton W V Phillips the main witness at atyesterdays atesterdays atyesterdays
yesterdays hearing hearln seemed med to make a afavorable afavorable afavorable
favorable impression upon the jury and andthe autlthe andthe
the investigators His IIs answers to the thequestions thequestions thequestions
questions were we clear and concise and it itwas Itwas Itwas
was apparent from the start that he hewould bewould hewould
would need but little corroboration from fromother fromother fromother
other witnesses eS to satisfy his hI inquisitors inquisitorsas
as s to freedom from tromal1 all blame attached attachedto attachedto
to the Terra Cotta disaster His state statements stteinents ¬
ments 1 tnts concerning the display of signals signalson aJ aJon
on Sunday night n ht were coaV convincingOperator convincing convincingOperator leIRK leIRKOperator
Operator Phillip Ph II II IUI Dutien DutienHe DutlcHe DutleiHe
He was first questioned as te his duties dutiesFrom dutletlFrom duticeFrom
From his answer it was W learned that as astelegraph astelegrapk astelegraph
telegraph operator employed by the Balti Baltimore Baltre Balliitore ¬
more re and Onto Railroad at Takoma Park Parkhis ParkhiS Prktls
his houM bou on duty were from iM in the themorning tbttmorning themorning
morning until the same hour at night or orthereabout ortht o othereabont
thereabout tht > reaboftt Besides des these duties duties he is isengaged Isen Isengaged
engaged en ged by the railroad as station agent agentin agentill agentirk
in which position he handles freight sells sellstickets seUstickets sellstickets
tickets acts as baggage master and nd takes takescare takesare takeseire
care are of passengers sseners in j general He receives receives55O
5250 per month from the railroad railroadAs ratJroaciAs rtlroe4As
As side issues be bandies the express expressfor expreufor expressfor
for the United States Express Company Companyan ComINlnyanq Companyan4
an anq < works a Western Westr Union wire 1re for com commercial commerclal cornmerelaL ¬
mercial messages For these duties he hedraws he1raw8 hedraws
draws some extra pay He is allowed two twodays twodil twodays
dil days Y1 > off each month by th the railroad com company comran1 cornpant ¬
pant and is given no n vacations at all allQuestions AUQuestions alLQuestions
Questions concerning rnlng the movements of oftrain oftraiM oftralas
train ID J and 2129 liD prior to the wreck wreckbrought wreckbrought wreckbrought
brought out a corroboration of the facts factsalready futsalready factsalready
already produced concerning oneernln the times of ofthese ofthese ofthese
these trains in passing Takoma and neigh neisJtboring neighboring neighboring
boring st stations lions Leading gradually up te tethe t tthe tothe
the arrivul of 213 O Coroner Nevitt finally finallyasked nlLy nlLyasked
asked askedArtr askedAfter
askeAft After Aft r you allowed 9 06 to pass op Q
ward wart University Unlv rmtY what SIgnal did < J H Hchaws IIchNI itcknaige
chaws chNI the White bIte to toI wI toI
I re relt8 reie4 = a e isT lever aed d the fifl ed tacget tacgetwaa tttustwaa tanptwan
waa shown shownDid sImviiDld 11011DId
Did you Y U see the red target tJu l at that thattimer Uaatt1ma thatWag
timer timerNo Wag
t1maNo
No No sir sTrWhy sirwby sirWhy
Why net netBecause IIOtBeeaua notBeeouse
Because it cannot be se H n f fue WM J Jtile Ippide Ippidethe aMe aMethe
the elliot as It Itb is Jngfc up Men ny nywindow ilii iliiwfndw m mwindow
window windowHOTr windowRow wfndwHow
Row do you knew Jr now the light was red redthen redtIleD redthen
then thenBecause tIleDB Because B u I released 1 te1ea the lever leverThfe 1 1TIII ltV ltVThis
Thfe fed to c idlstctsqlon 4It i cts o OR m i te tlW Up tt vwrk vwrkimj rk rktag k kbtI
tag of the slpisji iin and fleveJefdd rd the thefacts toMfaeta thefacts
facts II a 9tftt siett d al > i fi e rasjftrdlag qIIanll the themerhanleei tile1JIiftbL1eal thenwchaIcal
merhanleei and d a ute agsiatic umat1c JJtt1e Action acti oC the thesignal tlMaJIpaJ thesignal
j signal lever and IUIIlJIh IUIIlJIhDid Jlg fln flnDid us usDid
Did you ever < Sat kinpv a llwcr to tofaiI fall to towork toworlf towork
work properly rtyr wa w won asked askeiNe ukdN askedNa
Ne N sir Fhttlips PIiIIIIPtiWhig tai vjonAd vjonAdWhSSL miefsd miefsdMfhrnt
Whig dill 1 you kntnv aw 5 l WM 5 fai itlkr POW ymrbtockr POWblockY
j
blockY btockrTwo blockYTwo kr krTwo
Two minutes gftnr UecI r I hpd slven 01 the thebtoek tIMbI thebloek
bI btoek to Uirfveraliar UirfveraliarWlwt Vs1veroligWhat N NWhAt
WhAt cemmiiHksicioji C8JtII ultiCI tiO 8tt you have havetben Te Tethen e elben
then with Sift 1vev SpiiAC SpiiACThe ptiac1I8UMl SMiIIgThs
The uawU meeesge monset n patfylng Ufi n nl SlIver SilverSpring SlIverthat SliverSpring
Spring that 16 was cbS a aJ a41 d 3 IIl oaaM oaaMJmsre oi oi3ave
Jmsre J ray block btecki btockItcl1 block1ed
i Kcil Itcl1 Target Vtm HrlnrnIJI HrlnrnIJIone Jlnrsilnir flurningrThe
The red tar tarsjet MghpVedI wafilMirtihss wheh w wi wippeered a 1 1PJNU
PJNU fa fay a I IYes
Y Yes < sir sirHow sirHow 1 1How
How far away Nd tIIcII < you tee teeI 2O 2OI
I did not leu k kti up the 4ek ic Itr K r It It Itd and anddid aNl aNldid
did d not see it until It ran lINt lINtiD tfe diat diatIn i oa oain
in l1Olat treat of my Trtadow TrtadowWhat WINlowMt wledowWhst
What Mt dW you IOU1t do o ahenr ahenrinveiit then thenr
inveiit r went etJUHde de ta see seeto K fitto HOI v g Hf Hfto
to stop stopCoctid tupCoulcl stopCovdd
Coctid you see the tail tAIlwllea Hgftis of 01when S
when you went C our 0ItT 0ItTuNo ppti pptiZo
uNo ISO sir r 3dI 3t in wa wHev d HP > Ic pdit the thetog tileforP thefogJ
tog forP
togWhatOW
WhatOW 1 W1atdIdYqa bat tDd jwadalT jwadalTI d r
I 1 malted a few kw relmi Ut < 6 to WIwurrt ate if ICwasnt 3t 3twasift
wasift going to stop 0 1 thought tt ttmust ttmust Itmust
must have ha Ye seen my rtA target tal tnret WJien ft ben I Ibecame IbeeAme Ibecazei
became sure that sfte e h4 L go PM ea I we wetnnt N NturMd returned
tnnt turned xi to my k hay y and went alor Uni University u uver Lhveinityj ¬
I IWhat
versity versityi ver veinityjWhat l
i What Vh t did you any anyI sayI r rI
I told tmiversity that 3 mJt mJtput 12I bad gone gonepast gonepast
past wy n red target going ng k e h hHow 1IHow n nHew
How fist h fast t did ZM V see seem to be bewhea gote4 gote4whea oh a aVhen
whea it jpeseed pssned TakomarV TakomarVIt Taltoina TaltoinaIt TkO n nit
It see wed 5 to be going Rg aeat t Attr fty nHles nHlesan JIIIMIt milesan
an hour1 hour1Yea betIr betIrbI hsurIa
bI it eusesary for eoneees net to toIGGIk tolook
look fo fot Ii 1Etta tts at attoY Takoesa ifter JS JSYes
toY Yea sir jt to custewarjrfor custewarjrfornot fer ferDot en4eers en4eersnot
not to t look for Bghts li At t Takoin Tatoma after afterMl afterI afterHave after3ilav
Ml I L LHave
3ilav Have you TO ever known t engineer to tonaas tolisne
naas lisne your station when yoaV ysWtlgnai olsaal light lightare JlPw JlPware ightgare
are out for the night awTwtt aDCttttun aDCttttunhavetttJtaUon an tl te maJte maJteinvestigation nsaiinestigatlOn
investigation havetttJtaUonNone inestigatlOnNone r rNone
None tha that th U 11 11How taiL rOJLg rOJLgIiow J fi fiHow
How far w wSunday wjthe be M MSunday e t tSunday
Sunday evening eveningAbout eTealDs eTealDsAbotIt eveolugAbont
About thirtyeight Udrty t yanas 78nlllI I stepped steppedoff KepjJoff steppedof
off the distance after I beard of the thewreck tilewreek thewreck
wreck wreeklhUllltot
Phillip IH I I hl d l Xot Hour 212O 212OFurther 21 2lLFurther O OFur1ber
Further questioning q1M8tioni developed that Phll PhllHpe PItI1PI PhRlips
lips PI beaM OTs whistle e QD n appnwchiag appnwchiagTakoma ppwosd 8C 8CTMOIJI ngTakoma
Takoma but did not n bear SOTs dr liVa whistle whistleIt w wIt whistleIt
It was atee 8 shown that from the time timepassed tiMeNI tieseII
II passed Takoma Ea noW 1iI1 after ttM 1dtPhilltp passed passedPhillips pssdPhillips
Phillips had hAdi a atrHad friead in bin adios with withhim WIthhim withhim
him Henry J 1 P Page e a a telegraph opera operator perator operator ¬
tor formerly emptayed p4sed by the Baltimore BaltbneNand Baltimoreand sJttmoreand
and Ohio Rattnutd at t a stattoa in West WeVI18fnIa WestVIrglnIa <
Virginia VirginiaPage VI18fnIaPate VIrglnIaPige
Page was tMn n called l2 ed and corroborated corroboratedPhillip corroboratedPhillips < t tPhilDps
Phillip testimony regarding rttlnt the working workingof
of tbe signals for 1 < 66 and 213 1tt D He teed testified tMUlied teedhod ¬
lied that he saw w Ehillips Jh lIp release the Jev eyC eyCaDo ever everallowing r rallowing
allowing aDo the red tnrget to reappear utter utterbad ttterhad
66 had passed When heR SM 21 M went by b Page Pagesays PtPesays Pagesays
says he went out m n the paUonn to toIf see seeif seeIf
if by any chance the red signal si was not notshowing Mtshowing ot otshowing
showing It was burntn burning as usual usual he hetestified hetestified hetetlfleL
testified testifiedDuring testifiedD tetlfleLDuring
D During the examination of t Page p it wa wabrought was Aa8bro8Cbt wasbrought
brought out that Pane had elton teII helped helpedPhilUps helpedPblHlpe helpedPhillips
Phillips out wjth II este in 1 fr iIf r tt tetegrarpli tetegrarpliwork tOIsgrxpkwest pIt pItm
work but aevev ite i said with wWaiIIe wit worthing worthingcoweeraiaa ythlng ythlngcowonraing
coweeraiaa the trains Page Papw aid be haworked aevar aevarworked MVWworbd
worked PhIllIp levers for t < him himSaatue1 1dmSamuel dm dmSamuel
Samuel Queen a teamster te er living m In Ta Takoma Takom Takoma ¬
koma kom Park was then called He said saidhe llatelhe saidhe
he was on the platform at Takoma ate station illation atethen ¬
tion during the time 66 waa there and un until until Undl ¬
til after 213 2I O had passed He testified that thathe thatbe thathe
he heard 213 m l whistling and thinking it itwas It1IJaS Itwan
was CeUopruig 1DIr a rather cleeebr he glanced glancedup
up to see what signal Phillips wan show showing showIng w ¬
ling ing and saw the red r target t Queen Queeatbat said saidthat saidthat
that when AM approached its headlight headlightcould hea4Jlcbtcould headlightcould
could not be seen until the train1 tr bad al almost aIJItOIIt 1 1most ¬
most reached the station The Th nuae nuaebe distance distanceha distancehe
ha saM was about lot feat feecKennedy fee featKennedy
I Kennedy Sees Red Ijijrht IjijrhtPoliceman J iIrlitPoliceman hbt hbtPoIieeInan
Policeman J T Kennedy KenMd of the Teath Tenthprecinct TeathJfteinct Teathprecinct
precinct who was Oft eu the platform with withQueen withQuee withQueen
Queen at the time tIMe was then called His Histestimony HItatlmon7 Histestimony
testimony was along similar floes with withQneens withQeIeeft withQueens
Queens QeIeeft except for r the fact that he did didnot didDOt didnet
not look to see If the red light was w burn burning burnIDA burnlag ¬
IDA until 2I3 dt liI > won half way past the eta station MatJea etaIred ¬
tion tionKred tJeag
Kred Lemake gateaum g at Takoma TakomaPak TaMIIIaPutt TakosnaPark
Pak Putt came next He tOW the coroner csrenerin NINtla coronerIn
in response to questions that Ulatwere his hours hoarswere hourswere
were from 7 hi the morning moMamC until U at atnight atralPt atnight
night and that that his pay ftom the all raUread allf U Uroad
f read company co was wa 41 L per pa month monthLempkea meDtbLempkes nmntbLeosphes
Lempkea testimony was w meant to be the thesame tbesame thesame
same as that of Mr Queen but his knowl knowledge knowtof knowledge ¬
edge of English being limited the t coroner coronerhad coronerhad r rhad
had difficulty dt lculty in making makin him understand understandthe uD u entaRCI derstandthe entaRCIthe
the questions It was finally brought out outthat outtbat outthat
that Lempke saw ow the red light H ht before beforetl DeforemJt
tl mJt 1 had reached reached the station llta Ol1 All three threeof threeof theof
of the witnesses following tollowla Phillips m U tea testified tealed tesuami ¬
led that tIsa t they heard 2328 blow for Takoma TakomaNone TaJmmaN TakomaNous
None could see tbe engineer as a the train trainpassed traSIIpaaed trainpassed
passed on account of the darkness dalk smoke smokeand lImOkef lImOkeUnhcrdtJ smokeandfog
and andfog andfogIJiiivcrslty fog fogUniversity f
University Operator Corroborates CorroboratesCalvin CorrohornteCalvia CorrolornesCalvin
Calvin E J Jtemrburg RfllNhu operator at Uni University Univendty University ¬
versity was eaJtad and confirmed Phil PhUUpc PhHUpc Phillips
Upc testimony te UlDOllY segardin arding the message messagethat 1I1ftD 1I1ftDthat messagethat
that 2131 ID had gone by the red target tarptme go going golag ¬
lag like h T Henry Lynn rnne operator operatorat operat l lat
at the New York av AVe avenue nu I block took the thestand th thstand thestand
stand and testifaad fOO that he overheard overheardsomebody overbeardsomebody overheardsomebody
somebody Sunday he could not say whom whomsend whom whomaeM whomscud
send such a message < e The Tb message ge ap appeared ap appeared nppeered ¬
peared was tent on the block wire and andwas andwu andwas
was consequently Uy sounded though per perhaps perbap perhape ¬
haps net read In every block station be between Ietween between ¬
tween Washington and Hockville HockvilleIt
It is isex expected d that testimony te t1IR 1t of great greatest rtNt greateeL ¬
est importance will be taken today when whenthe wIleRtM whenthe
the coroner expects to liniah ftn questioning questioningthe t tthe
the crew of W and get t to Engineer Hilde Hildebrand HildetraM RUdebrand ¬
brand
Wreck reel Aictimn lctlmH All Improving ImprovingLast IntllrolngAat ifliprovingLast
Last nights reports from the local hoe hospitals boplUth hoepitala ¬
pitals containing the injured J ju in Sundays Sundayscatastrophe Sun4ayeatasUopbe Sundaygcatastrophe
catastrophe at t Terra Cotta Colt were the most mostencouraging BIOeRCOUra reoe reoeencouraging
encouraging eRCOUra n given out ut so far Alt the in injured Injured Injured ¬
jured are doing d ta well en and it is thought thoughtall t thoughtalt ht htall
all will recover In not a stogie care was wasa w wa wa waa
a patient tJent said to be worse W91seLadies worseLadies
Ladies Household and Personal PersonalBank PersonaBank
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vestigates Wreck WreckHILDEBRAND WieciBILDEBRAND Vreel VreelHILDEBRAND
HILDEBRAND ON THE STAND STANDDeclare STANDDceInrell STANDDeclares
Declare Neither lieItlu r lie Nor Iliw Fire Fireninii FIr Flrmnn FIrflail
flail Saw 81711111 In Iii I1zINt11g > ldn < KhiK Tn Tnkonia TakoitiReduucd rnkomnUctluccd
konia komnUctluccd Heiliicetl Speed Slte tl ut Stottw Sta Station Stntion Station ¬
tion ami Then Iiicrcuacil It to toI folncntthc tolWcnt1lve
I Twontyflve 911 lUlIof IOM an no Hour HourInvestlgatiott HourIDVesttptiOll hourInvestigation
Investigation ef the Baltimore and Ohio Ohiowreck 0110wnek Oltirwreck
wreck at Term rre Cotta ottR by the Intorsuur IntorsuurCommarce IntfmitaatCommerce InturUUeCommerce
Commerce Cemmanten e in I line with Ut UtInquiry the tJtlthMtulrY theinquiry
Inquiry Into the block system ordered orderedby ome omeby orderstjby
by Coftgrtaa C was begun be un yesterday yesti lay Fo Four FourImportant FoOt FoOtImportant f fimportant
j important witnesses were beard durbi durbithe dui duitile durIiic durIiicthe
j the days daY sesaton ef tile eonuntesjon eonuntesjonTrairt c OOIIUUIseiITralil punlNt punlNtTrald
Trairt Dispatcher T F Dent Dent of ofDRltt ofDRlttmore ofThaltmore Blii Bliimore
more Engineer L L Vermiliion of train trainIfo tiaInIo
Ifo 4 Io 0 fli that was wreaked at Terra Cotta CottaConductor C CcittaConductor Ua UaCoDduetor
Conductor NagU ef f H ID and Engineer ED EDHenry ingtneerHenry EngineerHenry
Henry HlWebraml of the extra train that thatcollided thateoWded thatcollided
collided with withThe withThe ID IDThe
The Federal inquiry was conducted on onthe Oftthe onthe
the same lines as that by the coroner coronerand COI01IeraDd coronerand
and other District oiftciale oi8e and the teed testimony teedmony tJ tJmooy ¬
j mony of o Mr Dent wa was practically ift iftsame jJae jJaeame tbesame
j same as that he ratrodueed at the open openins openJD openlog
ins JD session of the Inquest Wednesday WednesdayEngineer We4needa7r WednesdayEngineer
Engineer r YermUlion V a of o No 08 was w tbe tbesecond tbe8eCOnd thesecond
second witness called The Th important importantaotets Importantpoints portant portantJIObrtl
points In his testimony were that he hehad heJaad hehad
had no warning elDl of the approach of the theextra theL1ra theextra
extra train of empties in I the rear and andheard aacIId andhenni
heard Id no whistle e He had received no noorders ItOorden noorders
orders that a train t w was s following folloma closely closelyThe cloHlynIt closelyThe
The first knowledge he had of the train trainla tn1aIa trainIn
la ate rear was wa the the shook ef of the im impact baa baapaet hoict ¬
pact The witness 11tne witne testified also ab that on onreaching oD oDzoeaeblaa onreaching
reaching Silver Spring S station Uoa he read res a asignal asignal
signal 1 of a double ub1e green reen a light displayed displayedwhich dIa7 dIa71If1 displayedwhiob
which cb n ftaDt meant Look out for crossovers crossoversKnowing CIOMo CIOMoStirIrlHecl croesoyoraSurprised °
Surprised IJ by MTliIt Ilte l Llgjif LlgjifKnowing iJht iJhtICnowlD
Knowing < there were ao o ernesover CnMIOv CnMIOvahead ctovarsahead ernesoverahead
ahead until he reached Terra Cotta eo be beconcluded heconcluded
I concluded therefore t ore that the block ate station atadon atedon ¬
don at Takoma was closed and was snr snrpriaed ArPriIed aurprised
priaed on passing Tam Tako to observe obIerftwhite tic ticwhite t twhite
white light which showed that tbat Takoma Takomawas Takontawas Takomawas
was still op opIaeratate on onInterstate > n nInterstate
Interstate Conmeree Co Commtoeianer Commtoeianerdements eorier eorierClftaaata r rClemeuti
dements and Attorney Walter for the theecmmissfcui theCmmlaslon theccmmIzn
ecmmissfcui Cmmlaslon tried to elicit from the wit wtlnesH wttthe witama
ama the statement that there was ao rule rulerequiring rulert rulerequiring
requiring I1DIJ an engineer after teeing the thedouble thecIov thedouble
double cIov le green signal at SlIver tver Spring to
look out for a signal ofi 0 any kind at Ta ¬
home the next station The witness said saidwhile saidwhil tct tctwhil
while whil there was 8 no rule that required an antingiuecr auflllldDftr aneagineer
tingiuecr to look out for a signal 1IIal at Ta Takoma Takoma Takoma ¬
koma mrter f1er the flttver tver ver Spring S rlug signal 1 Itwu Itwas it itwaa
was hfc duty as a matter tter of precaution precautionto pre aude audeto nutlonto
to took out He l said the fog < was 1 5 > thick thickthat thicktllat thIckttt
that the red light at TaJdoma could eo met methave anthave t teeIa
have been seen more than two engine enginetoAgths eRftMaway enginelengths
lengths away awayConductor awayConductor awayConductor
Conductor Xnprle zitle Called CalledG
G W Nagie conductor of the wrecked wreckedpassenger wreckedtraIB wreckedpasnenger
passenger train was u the next Jte < t witjieaB witjieaBcalled wltM wltMlie witneeglied
called lied lie testified teet that he did not know knowof kftOWof knowof
of the train following 01o and he h believed beMevaathe bell bellUN believedthe
the chief tram dispatcher cher ought to have havenoOftcd barenodd Ie Ieor
noOftcd somebody or held back the train trainIf tralaI tral tralif
If I r I bad known DewR1t it was following followlncclOlFely aa aacloceiy gaclosely
closely I would have put off a ato jtasaMW jtasaMWto t tto
to HOP top the tram and prevent the tltedent aoah aoahdent ae aedent
dent dent replied the conductor conductorHarry conductorH8JTT conductorHarry
Harry lIiI4 Hildebrand brand engineer e r of o the tiletraIa exta extatrato extztrain
train which fan aai into to the pa pIIti paeagotqtiointind ee g r t0Mb t0Mbteettted III
teettted that that he paased Silver Sffelag Sffelagf S SM4ia at atIt
f 321 M oclock oclot on tbe evening of tile fllli8fon eont aonaDd eoIIienand fllli8fonaad
aDd saw the double green signal tI I whfeh whfehIndicated wIIIeJabMtlcaWd whichIsdleated
Indicated that the next station ahead aheadTakoma abek abekTdom aheadTakoma
Takoma Tdom was closed c and that a train was wasin W WiD wasIn
in tile block extending ex between Silver SilverSpring SItTerSprIDI SliverSpring
Spring and University whfeh included includedTerra tnciU4ledTerra IncludedTerra
Terra Cotta cOtta He was 8OIa going at a speed speedof speedUt
of fifteen miles an hour Massing Silver SilverSpring al 3lvrSpring r rStD
Spring StD and about twenty tQAve five miles an anhour anhour anhour
hour through Takeena Neither be nor norhia aot aothis ao aohis
his fireman saw a any 7 signal 1 passing Ta Takoma TLkOIDL Takom ¬
koma komaAt kOIDLAt kom komAt
At Stetts Station a half mile west of ofTerra ofTerra ofTerra
Terra cotla Cot Cotta t he blew his whistle tJe applied appliedthe appU appUtIae wppUdthe
the air brakes and reduced the speed of ofhis orIds ofida
his train to fifteen miles an hour Not Notseeing Noteei Notseeing
seeing eei a flagman n he increased his speed speedand ftpeedad speedand
and was going twentytwo miles an hour hourwhen bourwhs hourwhen
when he struck the passenger coach at atTerra atTerra a1 a1Terr
Terra Terr Cotta It was wa the duty of the theoperator theoperator theoperator
operator at Silver Spring Spr he believed to tohave tohave tohave
have notified him that the passenger train trainwas tralawas trainwas
was so close toe ahead He knew kae the theschedule thelICbe4uJe theschedule
schedule of the wrecked train tA but had hadao hadno
ao means ef knowing that she waa wp run running running ¬
ning behind Iliac ttnIerruln UsneFrnlii j jTrain
Train Was alC Late LntcJiepI LateReplying LnlcReplying
Replying JiepI to t questions witness arid M he hehad heI Iehad
I had looked at his watch at Silver Spring Springand Springand
L and concluded that if the passenger MenCer train trainwhich trainwhich trainwhich
which was afterward wrecked was w on ontime o oUme ontime
time she most m have been in Washington Washingtonfor W Washingtonfor lon lontor
for fire minutes mblu It turned out however heweverthe h howeverthe wever weverthe
the train was twentyfive rwutY le minutes late lateCommissioner Iat IatCommls8lon lateCommlesloner
Commissioner r dements CIemeII inquired it the theblock tlteblock theblock
block signal at Silver Spring SprI was not notnotice BOthOUce notnotice
notice to him that the passenger pusensertraln pusensertralnwas train trainwas trainwas I
was In the Mock MockI
I i had no right to go into the block block1C blockIC l ck ckie j
1C the passenger train tm was we there it was wasagainst wuaplt wasagainst
against the rules of the company he hereplied herep hareplied
replied rep He explained ex later ter that two pas pasaenger pntrer panaenger
aenger ntrer trains were frequently allowed in inthe Inthe Inthe
the same block under special signal signalAttorney slbnnlAttorne7 signalAttorney
Attorney Wilson for the t th Baltimore and andOhio andOhio andOhio
Ohio Railway asked the engineer why he hebe hebe hehe
be did not no as an experienced railroad railroadnum ralirORdJIUIn railroadjuan
juan num take into consideration coM eration that the thepassenger thePu8e thepassenger
Pu8e passenger r train ahead might be delayed delayedon del8 ed edon
on account of the Sunday traffic trafficWhy lrafUcWhy traflicWhy
Why should I stop top when I had a slg slgnal st stnttl signal
nal to proceed T replied the engineer engineerTbe engineerThe engineerThe
The attorney persisted persistedBut persi8tedBut persistedBut
But looking back as you see it how howdo nowdo now nowdo
do you not think thinkIf thlnkIf thinkif
If I could have seen things as I see seethem seethem seethem
them now DO I would never havo left Cum Cumberland Cumberland Cumberisnd ¬
berland replied Hildebrand sadly sadlyThe sadlyThe db dbTIle
The bearing heRrtn was adjourned until this thismorning thismoml thismorning
morning morningGeorsre moml momlGcorc morningGeorge
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George XV V Fletcher Funeral ToDay ToDayFuneral TQDnFuneral ToDayFuneral
Funeral services over the t th remains of the thelate thelate thelate
late George W Fletcher a prominent prominentmember prominentJnember prominentmember
member of the Grand Army of the Re RepulNic Repamk RepilIIc
pulNic will be held this afternoon Reli Religious Religious Roilglous ¬
gious services will te 1 conducted at his hiekite hislate hislate
late residence S6 Q street northwest at atoclock atoclock 2 2oclock
oclock by Rev George W Yo King pastor pastoref pastorof pastorof
of the Dumbarton Avenue Methodist MethodistEpiscopal MothodlstEpkcQpal 3lothodtstplscpal
Episcopal Church From Fr m there the funeral funeralcortege funeralcorlege funeralcortege
cortege will go o to the chapel at Oak Hill HillCemetery HillCemetery m mCemetery
Cemetery where a second service will willbe willconducted willbe
be conducted by the officers of George U UMorris UIorn UMorris
Morris Post POIt G A R R of which Mr MrFletcher MrFletcher MrFletcher
Fletcher was a past commander This Thissecond ThisHCOnd Thissecond
second service will be held at 3 oclock oclockand oclookaJMl oclockand
and tile members of the post will attend attendin attendIn attendIn
in a body bod Interment with military hon honors 110nOIS honore ¬
ors will be made in the family fnmil lot at alQak atOak atQak
Qak Hill and Mr Fletcher will 111 rest be beside beside beside ¬
side side his wife 1Ce who was Miss Ilss Adeline F FJenkins FJenkins FJenkins
Jenkins of Georgetown GeorgetownThe Georxeto1IThe GeorgetownThe
The honorary pallbearers will be Prof ProfB ProfB ProfB
B T Janney Janne Walter Sebastian A K KKedney K KKtdney KKednoy
Kedney and Martian Lichte lifelong
friends of Mr Fletcher who were asso associated a assoelated 50 50dated ¬
dated with him in the G A A R RThreatens RTlarentens ItThreatens
Threatens to Quit Spring Chicken ChlekenAs Cbl ChickenAs k n nAs
As the result of trouble between betweenRicharrl botweenRlcharf botwoenRicharil
Richarrl Carle and Miss Emma Janvier Janviermembers Janviermembers Tanvlermembers
members of the Spring Sprtn Chicken com company comany empany ¬
pany playing at the New National Miss MiggJanvier MissJanvier JiSii JiSiiJanvier
Janvier la Jut t night announced her Inten Intention fntaution Intontion ¬
tion to quit the company and nd return to toNew toeV toNew
New eV York It is stated that it Is quite quiteprobable quiteprobable
probable the quarrel uarrel will be fixed up I
today t day and Miss Mi s Janvlep will remain remainin remainin
in the cast Qaat I
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STBWART STEW AR1 OF COLORADO SERE SEREWill 1JEREVIII BEREw1hl
Will Dlncusx AcocMitanec 1catnJ1ee of 1lncc AC < nit nitIjinil nlC1ncI asLnnd
Ijinil Oifloe Chief1 Chief1Hon Chief CIi1ef CIi1efIIou I I1l
Hon 1l Philip PhlUp B Stewart J q Colorado ColoradoSprtnss ColoradosJRf ColoradoSpthigs
Sprtnss sJRf 1P Goto arrived at th tIps New WIJ W1Jlartl WIJlarn WIJlartt
lartl yesterday yf1 t rday in response Jto io the l Invite htvitatto Invitedon riUt riUttfon
don tto of tile Presideat t to cme cj me to Wssjir WssjirIngton Wash WqJIItCt Washlngton
Ington IItCt ft to discuss ll the acceptance a ac 1ptance Ptance of the thefllce Uteefttce the1Ice
efttce fllce of ComnUesfoiier 1Ie1 t V the General GeneralT G8 G erl erlLand l llallcl
T Land and Office OIltc which has been Mnt en tendered ere4 to toJr lorr toir
ir Jr Stewart Mr Stewfirt Stewirt attracted na national national ustlonal ¬
tional attention last ttH n when he ae aeottnetl tIe tIethe tieejineti
ottnetl the Republican npmtaattoRfor nn1aationfdr r guy govoraor SO SOonHN guyorator
orator of Colorado with his election as assured uheause assureti ¬
sured because he disagreed d with 1th cer cerUia cerof certails
tails pwrtions of the the Republican stet stetCom uJateon pintCores
Com and ad ebteetod td to certain of the R Rpubltcan nlI Rpisbilcan
publtcan lI ttealJ candidates candidatesPreektent canlklat canIdtes canIdtesPrWst i iPneIdeat
Preektent Roosereif Rooseripl and Mr JiI Stewart StewartHave Stwrthaft Stewerthave
Have been beeaNInoaa personal ftfeads hi for a aSt attiiibftr attiiibftrof bw bweC
of years ra They havf ha hav twice hunted te teg teSethor togethor
g Sethor thor tvt the large game pi ain of the JteeJcy JteeJcyAlettntaiaa Jt ftock ftockMontnius eJrjt eJrjt1Rt
Alettntaiaa 1Rt during thepast tt psst six years No and aJldLM andthe amithe
the PranMeat rtsildnt t has always IWU beta Hv 4r II Stew Stewarts Stewrt Stowrtssst
arts rt rtssst gseet re Ia his trips trito u Coi C4aMr C4aMrIt cniit r < dO dOIt
it It to said that Mr hi rStewarr Siewarfs eeimM eeimMin seureelit mMt mMthi
in withdraw W ilHlrawtllc withdiwhw from the nepvbMoau nepvbMoauitKtket ltepu ItepublisantkIct ttiu ttiuthtlfet
itKtket last fail met wih wl a the tie e Cordial COI IRI ap approval appreval p pr ¬
proval of r the President and that th thwiectlOH UaO the theosiecUon
wiectlOH O ef t Mr Stewwrt 8tew rf for distinguished distinguishedJunior < li t ngul W WMIlar lMMl lMMlhoaar
Junior w i the present tin thee e is due Largely tarpelyte lalebte
te tie Ui adjntaitipn Uon of the PresWwit PresklMt1M far farhis forhis
his eenrageouB 1M action then thenFrtaiids thenPr1tll thenlerlondit
Frtaiids 4lB of Mr Stewart say y that the thePresident tiltPr tI tIPresiagt
President Pr wH have to m n4kn ke f it t dear te teMr teMr t tMr
Mr Stewart twrt that great public interests mteraatsare JDt JDtare interestsare <
are at stake in which the President fe fevitally tahall ijvitally
vitally hall interested htte ed or Mr Stewart will wtUdecline wUlcIeeHDe willdecline
decline this or any other puNte Ic elites o ce cehe aa aahe s sbe
he baa little use for men Who seek Mek ejr ejraecept 4a Oraccept
accept a public bllc office for or uVeas lkeas parade paradepurposes paradInirileses t8cJe t8cJepurpelie
purposes Mr Stewart 8t wart will have pvc an a m mtfrriew In Int Intervisw
tfrriew t w with the th PresWeat t inday day Y and andi aada1 andhis
i hit teal decision will be given at the theclose thedo thedoss
close of f the conference conferenceSCHOLARS confennceSCHOLARS conferenceSCHOLARS
SCHOLARS AT WHITE HOUSE HOUSEReceive HO IIOUSEReoeive SE SEReoeivc
Receive Cordial Greeting from Pres President Preside1t Preidet
ident Roosevelt Rooseveltliauoloffifltn ROOfieveltAr BooseveItArliituoiog1sts
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Ar Arliituoiog1sts liauoloffifltn lu uoto = ltltM ami an 1 rhilt Ph hUoloJIJlt > loei ti < Iuy IuyII Ia IaIhJI1cctH s sltOjUCIM
IhJI1cctH II IHIIUC < H to CTilel Bxuontive BxuontiveIllcct IxuutIweIllect suQntheDleot
Illcct Qillocrs QillocrsAbout QfIlocrot OliloersJbost
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About M I members of tne tb AfsJhBaotog AfsJhBaotogteal 4gahesologIcal 5 5leal
teal TimtttaCa J and aDdt the tisdeli JmtailngUal tll J So Society 10 10detJ ¬
deli Tlpfta T the White House yesterday yesterdayafternoon yesterdayafterneag y yaIle
afternoon aIle to pa pay their reopecu to the thePresident tileTlMy theirmi4eot
President Th They y were headed by their theirtwo thetrtyU theirtwo
two presidents T D i Seymour IMUI and Bnner BnnerTriKBJd LimerTrueedL
TriKBJd Truwa TrueedL fL Before shaking hands ba with withthem Witlllft wlththWn
them President leDt Roosejtett It addressed the thenumbers tlMcf theeeeetu
numbers cf the societies II ded as 86 fellows fellowsI foUowaIt
1 It I to a real pleasure to greet tet you here herete berelit hereIa
te the White It House I should be loath oat to toaccept toeeeept tostoopt
accept the idea that at the White Mouse Mousemen HOUMily Rousemon
men engaged especially peciglly ily is political Ills Hiew JttaWIre Illsthe
w WIre reUK the only IIIy guests 1 fed thai It to tojajoittUrly taJIIIOU1IatI7 isppovltsrly
jajoittUrly the nations aaUon house and that thatthe thatUte thatthe
the nation gains gain permanently and largely largelyaccording largelyaccording y yto
according to the quality of the work done doneby doae1tJ doneby
by Just such associations as this thisThere thlLrMre thisrhere
rMre There Isnt t any danger of tins United UnitedSi4ea UnitedSt UnitedStt4
Si4ea St Stt4 not at making sunadeat material materialliremrtas materialogiees t tJINIftIL
liremrtas ogiees That we can be certain to do doWhat de deWllat doWbat
What to I to be guarded against by our ourpeople ourpeopI ourpeople
people what t our people have e to guard guardagainst pllUdIn guardagainst
against in themselves is that lest in the thedesire tIMfor thedesire
desire for material progress we may for forget foreerWa forget ¬
get certain things of the soul aDd of the theajnd thetM th thfor
ajnd for the lack of which in a nation aatloa1BdtvI4uI as asVa
1 Va aa individual no material ma rtal progress can canf ca eone eonJMJt
f atone e
JMJt 1 La a dee thing to ha ive a body of ofdoing oft ofdelisg
doing t the work ork that you are are6fa a aL arewg
wg 6fa L < M eto aee jaoee uep and nd ndor jemre in inear 1ftI
ear or caltogea and unlversjf unlvpI I tag the work wm of ofproductive ofueUY ofucthe
productive ueUY ucthe scholarship 8C1ae1an1 p for I Instance I take takea inksIn takela
la a your own line the work that can only oalybe eawbe onlybe
be done by men and women trained in inclassical II Incismical
classical I studies who in addition u to the thebook thebook thebook
book lore take part in sajch ch actual work workof wncof workof
of exploration and excavation as this t so society eo eoclety socicty ¬
ciety has taken part In and which as asa asNHIt asa
a a result develops here and there the tbewlao man manwho manwho
who buses to the generations nenI that tJlatILfter coma osweafter comafter
after fter him a work which represents Jel a per peraianent pernaaDeBt perislaflent
aianent acquisition to t the tlleJIIPOPIe people of learn learning learnID learnLug ¬
Lug yet aa a laymen Ia appreciate learning 1eamI inother Inothers in inothers
others and ai4 Us results resultsI Ult UltI
I have been n much interested recently recentlyia reeelltJ reeelltJIn
ia reading Victor Berards work wor oa OIItJIe OIItJIePhoenicians the thePhoenicians thePhoenicians
Phoenicians and the Odyssey and this thisassociation UaSoclatlon thisaoclatIon
association apart even from roe the actual actualwork aotuaJI actualwork
I work it baa done dOll indirectly accompMsnee accompMsneemuch accolD accolDi accomplisbeemuch
i much more by stimulating encouraging encouragingand IDCO IDCOI encouragingand
and producing < the kind of scholarship scholarshipwhich scholarshipwhich holarsblpwhlch
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which will here and there produce tIN tbework thework
II work of a Victor Berard in our country countryI
I greet you and congratulate con yon on be behalf tie behalf ¬
half of the United States for the work workyou workyou workyou
I you are doing for tbe United States StatesEarner StatesEarlIer Statesarfter
Earner arfter in the day the society held Hf Iyi lipauai Hfannual
i annual election of officer The Archaeo Archaeological Archaeo1otSca1 rchaeological ¬
logical Institute elected the following followingPresident lonoW lonoWPrealdent followingPresident
President T D Seymour vice presidents presidentsCharles prealdeDtsCbar1e8 presidentsCharles
Charles P Bowditch G F Moore E ERobinson Eo EoJtoblJl8on ERobinson
Robinson F B Tarbefl and W I IWheeler IWkeler IWheeler
Wheeler general neral secretary eere n7 F F W T Kelsey Kelseyassociate Kelae Kelaeauodate Kelecyassociate >
associate secretary for the Eastern EasternStates EawternSWea EasternStoles
States Mitchell Carroll associate secre secretary Merlar7 aecrutarT ¬
tarT for the Middle States Swea F W Ship Shipley Shipley ShipIcy ¬
ley associate secretary for the Pacific PacificStates PactAcStates PaclileStars
States H R R FalrcJaugh treasurer W WSloane V VSIoaH
Stoane recorder W N Bates editorin editorinchief edltorIachief editorInchief
chief chief for the jJournal journal of the institute H IL ILN ILN
N Fowler Jr jr chairmen of managing managingcommittee JINUUI JINUUIc managingcommittee
committee c for the school at Athens Atbe Ii J R RWheeler RWbeeler RWheeler
Wheeler chairman of managing maaa ng com committee commlttee cornmittee ¬
mittee of the school at Rome E F West Westchairman Wtwtchairman Wentchairman
chairman of committee COIAwt on American AmericanArchaeological AmericaaArcba AmericanArchaeologIcal
Archaeological Arcba c1 Institute C C P Bowditch Bowditchand Bowdltcband Suwdltchand
and chairman of the committee for the thefellowship thefellO thefelI
fellowship fellO felI whlp lp of medieval mdIevOLudiss studies A A Mar Marquand Marquand 11 11quando
quand quandThose quandoTbo quandThose
Those who will serve as officers for the thePhilological thePbiJoIoeIea1 thePhilological
Philological Society aw aa follow rOlIo Pri Pridont Prt Prtwident j jdent
dent F V V Kelsey vice presidents K KD FD R RD
D Perry and E B B Ctepp secretary secretarytreasurer BeCretarytnlaJUler secretarytreasurer
treasurer F O Moore executive commit committee committee committee ¬
tee C E E Bennett T Fitzhugh Fitbu h G Lodge LodgeJ
J T C Rolfe Rolfe Paul Sherry S and assistant assistantsecretary assistantsecretary tat tatMCretar7
secretary W K Prentice PrenticeSUBTREASTTRY PreDticeSUBTREASURY PrenticeSUBTREASURY
SUBTREASURY HAKES ROW ROWSnntlicrn ROWSonthern BOWSouthern
Southern States In Spirited Content Contentto
to Secure Location LocationSpirited IoentionSpirited LocationSpirited
Spirited rivalry among Southern Southernattics Southernottle Southernattics
attics threatens to 1efeat all chpnees chpneesfor cbjtngesfor J Jfor
for the establishment of a United UnitedStates UnitedStates UuitedStates
States subtreasury in Tennessee Ala Alabama AlabaJita Alabama ¬
bama Georgia South Carolina and andFlorida 8ndFlorida andFlorida
Florida FloridaSeveral FloridaSeveral FloridaSeveral
Several weeks ago a o the Secretary Secrotar of ofthe oftbe ofite
the ite Treasury stated that he would wouldrecommend wouldreeommfnd wouldrecommend
recommend the location of a subtreas subtreasury subtleasury subtieasury ¬
ury in one of the above named States Statesif
if the Congressional Con relonal delegations dele Uons includ including IncludIng Includlug ¬
ing them would agree upon a a city cl ly lycauc A Aeaucu Aeaucu
eaucu cauc was wa to be held next Re t Mondpy to todecide todMide todecide
decide the question q e tlon but a delegation delegationbooming dEflegatlonbooming delegationbooming
booming the selection lecUon of Atlanta called calledat cal1eItt calledat
at the Capitol and prevailed upon uponChairman uponChairman uponChairman
Chairman Payne of the Ways and andMeans aneIMMJls anlMeans
Means Committee Committee to hold a meeting of ofhis ofhis
his 111 committee mltt today at which the theseveral tboseveral theseveral
several bills bl1l providing for the subtreas subtreasury subtr8ftsu17 snbtroasury
ury will be considered consideredTheir conslder conslderTheir consideredTheir
Their action in u transferring the fight fightfrom fight fightfro fightfrom
from fro a eaucoe ca catict to the Ways and Sloans SloansCommittee MnsCommittee ZIshnsCommiLtee
Committee meets with no lltUe criticism criticismfrom crttlclsmtrom crHiclsmfrom
from members la the other o ter States StatesOne sU StatesOne e eOne
One story is to the the effect that the Geor Georgians Georgians Georglans ¬
gians learned that the members advo advocating ftdvocatlng advotIng ¬
cating tIng Birmingham Charleston Chatta Chattanooga ChRt Chuttanooga A Anooga ¬
nooga and other ot cites in the proposed proposeddistrict proJH5eddlstrlct proposeddistrict
district had made mad a combination against againstAtlanta agnlnslAtlanta againstAtlanta
Atlanta and mt it was useless u for them to toenter toenter toenter
enter the caucus as Birmingham or some someother someother someother
other city would b be crtaln toxwln tO torJn ln the theprize tbeprize theprize
prize Representative Underwood of Ala Alabama Alaama Alahama ¬
bama ama has ha received from Senator Mor Morgan MorSan Ior Iorgan ¬
gan of Alabama Al bama a letter If = tter written In be behalf be behalt behalf ¬
half of Birmingham as the subtreasury subtreasuryJocatlon subtreasuryocatlon subtreasuryQcatIQp
Jocatlon
ADPAQUft Urf OPPOSED vvul T TOPUBLICITY TOPUBLICITYSenate TO lUrUDlluli A PTIRT PUBLICITY PUBLICITYSenate TWY I ISenate
Senate Once Voted V otel for Animal AnimalReports Anlluall AnlluallReports AnnualReports
Reports by Gas Company CompanyCONFEREES CompanyCONPEREES I II ICONFEREES I
CONFEREES KILL AMENDMENT AMENDMENTHov I
1 11I0w
I 1I
Hov the Gnu Gn J C Couann MMi t lnmJl nny IH IUcle Hides le from from1ultllu frontthe i
tI the < 1ultllu lubll uhllc AH K KlIoled Euotlcdge ovlc ltfu c of It ItUu0Jiie Its ItsIIsalitecn I IllullnH
Uu0Jiie llullnH H Although U IQui It In 1 tiie the Croa Croature Croaj Croajtur Crontur
ture tur < of the CouKce CourC14H Protectod In Ina Inil Ina
a IlcninrUnble Monopoly MonopolyThe Monovolhe Mouopolfbe
The Wft W WUbIngtSS tttaig oa 0MUgM Company Companymake CempanyIUkei CompanyMakes
make no roaojrt i ta CongMiis C of Hs baal business baala11lMHlll bailama ¬
ness although It te aersatarc a CNat crsattc of that thatbody thatbody thatbody
body and te pwtaeWO JJIG rotcwLis te a monopoly monopolyyWkling mon pOlyWdJug monopolyTiekling
yWkling revenue vastly out of proportion proportionte
te t the service rendered r te the U opinion oplDtonJIIe of ofnsajMe
nsajMe JIIe 0 generally generallyTMd O1fl7 O1fl7i1MdcIrcumsutnes 7 7nI
TMd i1MdcIrcumsutnes circuNHttnae ctlCU to elton wondered at atThe atT atTh
The T Th Inquiry Is frequently made 4e why Con Congro Co Co1ftR Congz
gro 1ftR gz 11 does oes not ot require res Manual reports to tobe totJe tobe
be made The g 8U cemuaBlM COJ8fa of other otherelttee otherellle othercitlee
elttee even where w they sr are te net permitted permittedto
to have hay a mononoky moiiopoy are l made > to report reportto
to the municipal muniel antharitiec tIMI1uet regularly regularlyevery rquJarlevery regularlyevery
every year That a corporation 1oD should be beallowed bealloy beallowed
allowed alloy led to enjoy s well eh privileges as have havebeen ba havebeen ve veI ven I
been n given to the Washington Gaslight GaslightCompany GaslightCompany bt btCompell7 <
Company in the District of ColumbiaUhout COlUmbiawithout Columbia Columbiawithout
without Uhout any provision prey being Iap imposed as asto asto i ito
to reports por of it Ia business te not easy to tobe tobe i
be understood eatr eepfty etelly y by residents of ofother ofother ofother
other parts part of the country tr7 who lMW7den8 come cometo h4 h4to i
to tob live S STlic I
The Th Kyle J Jc Ainei mendJllen AnIezIlInIenThere ilm nt ntThere > I
t I ITIM
There TIM te aa a exptanatioa exIIanat to se 1M I t found ta tathe litthe I Ithe
the record of the struggle rug that occurred occurredl I ItM
l lit tJie Kmyforth Congreat when wb the thepresent thepibnt I IpIetftt
present pIetftt law txtng xng the price ef o gas to toconsumers toconsumers I
consumers eoanme In the District was w passed passedSenator paue41 passedSenator
Senator Kyle a Congregational CoapepU clergy clergyman clergyman ¬
man man who happened e to have been bee sent to tothe totIN tothe 1
the Senate te by tIN Populists of Sooth SoothDakota ao aoD SouthDakota
Dakota aDd a man of splendid ability abWt7aIicI abilityafld abilityand
and rare Independence IaMJMMe e aad integrity of ofcharacter oCeJulneter ofcharacter
character made an unexpected fight on ontbe 011the onthe
the g 8M s bill that had be4n framed up upPDefOUI te tetrict hia
a mast generous w way y by tIN snto te DW DWtrid Dintrict
trict Committee CommitteeSenator ConImItwSeftator CommitteeSenator
Senator McMillan reported the bill b but buttcok buttcoknaU buttcok
tcoknaU tcok small part in defending defend tt It That bust business naiwu bustwarn ¬
ness was left to Senator OelHager and andSenator andSenator
I ISua
Senator Sua < Faulkner Mr Kyle made a astrong a00ItVI astrong
strong and convincing 00ItVI speech h against the thebill tilebill thebill
bill bill showing aIIowl that 7 T Tocent cent t gas would give givethe livethe givethe
the company eotQn a fair profit and finally finallyoffered ftllDHyo flasHyogsied
offered o erecI aa amendment requiring rea the theWashington UteWaahl theWashington
Washington Waahl oD Gaslight Ga llCht Company < to make a afull aCull afull
full report to Congress COII a on January 1 an annually aDnuall annually ¬
nually nuall stating tatl in detail the gross re reeefciK Je Jeand yeet
eefciK and expenditures tbe cost t of ma materials maUft4 maliii ¬
terials liii used in making makl gas the amount unt of ofgas ofJU ofgal
gas used sad consumed tbe dividends tiWleudared de declared dodared ¬
dared red the extensions extftaalo and improvement improvementmade Improvementsmade I
made the surplus and an an9 cash on hand and andhow aridhow
how the surplus funds tun of the company DY are areinvested aAIDVtIod areinvented
invested investedMr IDVtIodMr inventedMr I
Mr Kyle drew up hilt hi amendment a7q 1 and aadsubmitted aaclaubmittS andsubmitted
submitted it privately to Senator hulk Faulkner hulkller Paulkncr ¬
ncr who promptly 17 said be had DO DOobjection DOl DOobjection
objection whatever to toWhen the amendment amendmentWhen
When It was offered te the Senate be said saidthe 81114the amidthe
the same thing thl and It was adopted a with without without Without ¬
out a murmur cf f dissent dissentKilled dissentKilled
Killed In Conference ConferenceThe ConfcrenccThe ConfcrencThe
The bill was passed May IS U and when whenthe wlleaUte whenthe
the Mouse a a week k later nenooocurred it itwaa ItU Itwas
was U given ven over to conferees ta the usual usualmanner Jmamaer venalmanner
manner The conferees en the part of ofthe ethe ofthe
the Senate were Senator Sella McMillan McMUlaDFaulkner MeMiflanFaulkner McMillanFaulkner
Faulkner Faulkner and QalUnger On the part ot otthe ottbe otthe
the Reuse If they were Messrs III Babcock BabcockOdett beock beockOdell heeekOdelt
Odett aad Ilichanlson IlichanlsonOti RJebarWoAOti
Oti June 1 Senator S GaUhsger Gaflb brought broughtin
in the conference report It was wab7 signed signedby signedby
by all the conferees CODe The Tb conferees confereeshad coateleesJlad confereesbad
had cut the Kyle pIe amendment t out ef the thebill thebill
bill entirely Unl7 The Tb gas company y was per permitted permiul peredited I
edited to skate te onto good ice once oacemore 0RC8mon oncemore
more and hide behind its immunity from fromresponsibility frombllty fromresponsibility
responsibility bllty to Congress and the public publicSEEDOIL publicSEEDOIL
SEEDOIL MEN COMPLAIN COMPLAINAiluirc OOMPLAINlIog COMPLAINAlleire
Ailuirc lIog IllNcriminntinn l ItT y Prnnd PrnndAKMiiiHt IfrntJdAKhINt Praud4tg31ElINt
AKMiiiHt American Prod IJrof1uut IJrof1uutIn not notIn
In a letter to the President Pre > SIflAt SIflAtRepreMotaUve yesterday yesterdayRepresentative yesterdayRepresentative
Representative Williams of ofIItronslY Mississippi Mississippistrongly Mississippistrongly
strongly urges that the Secretary of efState ofState ofState
State eater into negotiations ae with the theFrench theFrench theFrench
French government 8Oveat through which theremay there theremay
may be a redaction m In the proposed rates rateson mteaOn rateson
on cottonseed oil oilAccording 011Aceord1D oilAccording
According < to a letter ter from the America AmericaChamber AJnerIcaaChamber AmerlenaChamber
Chamber of Commerce at Paris Pu a double doubletariff doublet4F1ff doubletrltC
tariff t4F1ff one known as the Utarhf tariff maxi maximum maximum xl xlmum ¬
mum the other the tariff minimum JnbUmlllDpro te teproposed isproposed
proposed pro As the maximum tariff will be beused beU8 beused
used against the United States a tax ef efS eti oftrance
S francs per 1W lIt will 11I be levied on Ameri American Janerlcan erl erlcan ¬
can oil while 11 1e many other countries oountrletJlor oountrletJlorlnata countriosforInstance for forinstance
instance lnata Great Britain BritainwUl will get a 14 14franc 14 14traDe 14franc
franc rate rateSUPREMACY rateSUPRE1tIACY rateSUPREMACY
SUPREMACY OF THE STATES STATESPhoebe STATESPho STATESPhoebe
Phoebe Pho bc CoD7iiiH Recalls Pnrrcnch Pnrrcnchiiitr Itnrrea Furreachlug h hjug
iiitr Supreme Court Decision DecisionEditor Dccblonnw Dccllondter
Editor dter The WaaUactmi Herald UcnatIn 1hraMIn HeraldIn
In the intensity of discussion which iatch iatchbeen has hasbeen hasbeen
been precipitated by Secretary Roots Rootsspeech Rootsspettclt Rootsspeech
speech on o the centralisation of Federal Federalpower Federalpower Federalpower
power I have ave seen no reference to a de decision de decl tieclotoit ¬
cision of the Supreme Court of the United UnitedStates UIltte4State UaftdState
States State on oft the supremacy of the States Stateswhich Stateswhleh Stateswhich
which may be pertinent at this time timeMrs timeMrs timeMrs
Mrs Y1r8la Virginia Minor a native tn of Vir Virginia YJrglnia VirglUts ¬
glUts and long Ion a resident of St Louis LouisMo LouiIIMo LouisMo I
Mo a large property owner and tax taxpayer taxpayer taxpayer ¬
payer brought suit against the State au authorities autqorltJes antitoritles ¬
thorities to compel the recognition of her herright Iterrlht herright
right to vote te under the fourteenth and fif fifteenth tIttoenth fifteenth ¬
teenth amendments to the Federal Consti Constitution Cout1tuUon Constitution ¬
tution tutionThe tuUonTh tutionThe
The Th case se finally reached the supreme ju judiciary judiciary ivdiciary ¬
diciary of the United States States and in 1ft1ent a alengthy alengthy
lengthy 1ent review the court summed up its itsopinion Itaopinion haopinioti
opinion in this language languageThe lapguleThe lapguagedT1i
dT1i The United States has no voters of its itsown Itaown Itsown
own creation Its officers oft are all createddlrootl createddirectly created createddirectly
directly or indirectly by State voters votersand Vf votersand te1li te1liand
and remanded Mrs Minor to the State Stat for forher forher lbrbar
her protection protectionIf
If the State Is thus the creator ef all the thebasic thebasic thebasic
basic rights which pertain to the welfare welfareof welfareof welfareof
of the citizen and the government go governmentthe governmenttheFederal eramqttbe eramqttbeFederal tbe tbeFederal
Federal authority authoritymust must certainly occupy occupythe oecuP7the occupythe
the subordinate position of the created createdand createdand createdand
and in the conflicts which may be precipi precipitated pr preelpitateti elpl elpltated ¬
tated on this vital question quesUona as to which whichis
is supreme under this decision decillion it would wouldappear wouldappear wouldappear
appear that it must be the State as the thecreated thecreated thecreated
created certainly cannot be superior to the thecreator thecreator thecreator
creator and demand subordination from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the power which gives it life lifeA lifeA lifeA
A costly coetl civil war in blood and treas treasure treasure tressurn ¬
urn ure and the amendments to the Constitu Constitution CORstltutlOft Constltution ¬
tion following It It were supposed to give givethe givethe givethe
the nation atlon supreme authority but this de decision de deciSion tieelsion ¬
cision on Mrs Minors case nullifies the thewhole tbewhole thewhole
whole wholeAs wholeA wholeAs
As A Senator Overman te to open lMl1 this din discussion dfcnNton dincuoslan ¬
cussion next week ek in the Senate I submit submitthis su submitthis mlt mltthis
this point that others may give I > e the de decision decision dedamn ¬
cision a p more extended exte det1 review reviewpliOKftB reviewPHOllng reviewP1101185
pliOKftB W COUZIJRx COUZIJRxWashington COUZINbWas CouzIxsWaslaIpgtn
Washington Was January 4 i JJlt1 JJlt1Stc A7Sten 7 7Stenjl
Stenjl Stc Sten Body QcJ of O Young Qlrl QlrlWheeling qlrlWhcoHqg cirlWhoo1Irg
Wheeling W V Va Jan 4 iIn In the e opin opinion opinion opinion ¬
ion of ofSheriif Sheriff Dowler of Marshall County Countyghouls ounty ountyhouls Oountyghouls
ghouls houls visited Mount Rose Cemetery and andMountsvllle andllountsvll1e andMountavillo
Mountsvllle within the UI past couple of ofnights Ofnights ofnights
nights and stole a body believed to be bethat betoot bethat
that of i young girl who died two months monthsago mont1ago monthsago
ago The coffin and rough box were werefound weretoond werefound
found at the cemetery cemeteryHerald cemeteryI cemeteryherald
I Herald Want Ails AilsWill Arbwm AdaWill
Will bo received at Johnstons Pharmacy
1521 N J pve ave nwr nw and nd promptly for forssarded tor1i forttarded
1i ssarded arded to the th main office
WORLIDW1DE WORLIQWIPE CHASE CHASEENDS CHASEE CJSEps
ENDS E DS m JNe CAPTURE CAPTUREOOVTISrt7BD A PTURE PTUREFlower PTURECoxTIl4gD
OOVTISrt7BD CoxTIl4gD 1ltOM FIKST PAUK lMihhare
bars FtoweAwa Flower Flower wu mixed up in several severalmhatng severalIS severalmining
mining IS compare com compn4ii moat of which went wentWhen t tpieces r rr rWbea
pieces piecesWhen r
When the dajrWrived arrecI for Flewer 10 trial trialon trialon trialon
on the t be IndietnMst lad t In which he was wascoDed ac accuse ¬
cuse coDed of 0 oChnv1egwIndIed having vie vindied Mrs Belle Gray GrayTaylor GrayTaylor
Taylor Ffcwer wer Id had vanished He was wasthen w wtlMa wasthen
then out 0 III en baH balliof ballioffixed of ttM BaH bad ° been beenfixed
fixed at t HM80 i ken ien reduced etIC1 to and andfilially audfigaliy
filially 117 lumped 3uss 4 o 1O 9MM which wt had been beenput heAput beenput
put up by Mrs M poraeUa wnIia Starrs toirs the widow widowof wWowof widowof
of a former depity deptty comptroller comptrollerAt
At the same me tilne the the district attorney attorneydore attorneyodIce attorfleybomse
odIce was Qokl1g IOOkii tat U the death eC Thc Thcdoro naeo naeo4Iore
dore Hagaman who had been a friend of ofFlower ofFlower ofFlower
Flower at the t WaldorfAstoria A year yearor yMror yearor
or more after aftell H Higamsus g maas death there therecame therecame ecame
came stories fjf Flowers relations with withhim withhba withhint
him and his fife jri rif and Hagaaiaas 11 body bodyw 1Iedywu bodywas
w wu s disinterred dImIiIIarT4 It had been buried so solong 110Ion solong
long however however that an autopsy ato Q showed shewednothing showednothing wed wednothJnc
nothing Mrs Mra Han li said afterward atenvardI afterwardthat iervaM iervaMthat
I that she had had14I lost abetjt a Hflfld lID H ia 1 Flow Ftowcrs Ptower Flowers
ers er schemerrJ schemerrJThe x xThe scbesses scbessesThe
The inforwatie inforiltatlosi nfon aUell te the district dl attor attorney attorney attorneyi ¬
ney neyi s office orncejwas f waa that Flower Flow got about aboutge out outIIt
809600 IIt from other persons personsFlowers pelllO pelllOFIowers personsFlowers
Flowers Counsel founael for a U dine ae was w George GeorgeE GeorgfE GeorgE
E E Mills W3io vfho VbthO was a htw partner of Fk Flow Flowns Flowers w wera
era son Mine JIIm attempted to bribe > As Assistant Astut Asststant ¬
sistant tut District L1strict rlct Attorney Garvaa to get getpossession setPGMeNioIa getpossesski
possession of tile ladktmettts agniasi agniasiFlower asaAitstFlower t tFlower
Flower He was arrasted arr Md convicted and andhas andhu andhas
has served sv lila seatance Ktoe i oe Fiower3 Fiower3convfetion PIower3COIl Floweraconvl
convfetion convfetionStorrs COIl convl tion tionM lon lonM
M Storrs lost her B066 when hen Flower FlowerLppeared FlowerppeOlred FlowerWASHINGTONIANS
Lppeared LppearedWASHINGTONIANS ppeOlredW
WASHINGTONIANS W SAIL SAHLnrsc SAIL1lIr SAILJnrgc
Lnrsc 1lIr c Pn IJnsxcncr Kenser li 1IIt t on Giant GiantStoitmthipK GIantSOIlIUShlpli GiantSleziiiishipi
StoitmthipK Initial Voyage AoyasreNew VoyageNew OuJt OuJtNew
New York Jan 4Tbce lTb White WhlteStar Star Un Unentertained Li Lie Line Lineentertained
entertained e tonight aboard its giant giantsteamship ctantste giantsteamship
steamship ste aalaip the Cedric a Urge number of ofnewspaper ofnewIIp8per ofnewspaper
newspaper men pie dinner d was a sort sortof sortot sortof
of preliminary sendoff ott to the ship which whichsail wbleha1I whichsails
sail sails tomorrow on her first trip of the theteams theto theisasse
teams to tb the Mediterranean Medttorran ln n calling at atthe attile atthe
the Azores aDd Gibraltar Gft The TheIIItt passenger passengerlist puomitgerlist
list is 1 remarkable not only for its length lengthbat Jen lengthbut h hbut
but for the prominent folk it contains containsNever cotUainsNever containsNever
Never before has a Itn liner r on a regular regulartrip regulartrtp regulartrip
trip carried so many maD first ft cabin pas passengers pu1IeQ8tn pansengers ¬
sengers to the Levant Among moog those wh whwill whwill whwill
will take the trip are Capt aQd Ms MsH MsH s sII
H J Hjehter H ebJer > U S S A Mr and Mrs MrsGeorge loinJaorp Mrscorge
George Gilford Mrs JBteabeth S Moore MooreUse MooreMO MooreILls
ILls Use Moore fe Mrs S F Clark and Miss Misstt MISSLi 1 1JL
JL tt U Hoops of Washington WashingtonKAISEE 1uhIQsaKAISER WashingtonKAISER
KAISER GETS G TS A DREADNOUGHT DBEAJ3NOUGETWill
Will ViiI UaiM JIo Most t Powerful Hattie BnttlcShip DnttleStili HattieStilii
Ship liver Goii COJlHtructecJ COJlHtructecJLoDdoD CoiistructeilLondon tructed tructedLondon
London Jan iMccordfaig 4 to the Berlin Berlincorrespondent Berlll1eonpondeQt Berlincorrespondent
correspondent of the Daily Mail the theKaiser theXa theKaiser
Kaiser has decided to eclipse the world in ina ina Ina
a new 1M armored cruiser already aI projected projectedfor projectedf
for f 1M7 One oC the tim first acts of the gov government government gorerument ¬
ernment after the elections will be to ask askthe askthe k kthe
the Reichstag Relcllata to t sanction on a great increase increasein e eIn
in the th proposed tonnage of the cruiser cruisergiriBfj eruiserIt cruisergIvlpgit
giriBfj gIvlpgit it a displacement of 3s Ml tons tonsThe tODThe tOfl tOflThe
The Vessel eseI will be equipped with turbine turbineengines turlHMeactM8 turbineenglma
engines designed to give her a a greater greaterspeed greaterspeed tfr tfrIIJee4
speed than that of t any ri cruiser yet de designed 11esJc liesigned ¬
signed She will not only be larger and andmore andmore andmore
more powerful than t any other cruiser cruiserafloat crul8fraAeat cruiseradest
afloat but will be larger aad more power powerful powerful powerful ¬
ful than any an existing exlfit battle ship Includ Including includIDs InciudIng ¬
ing the Dreadnought Dread t and Satsuma SeUmmaGermanys SabnnDaQennanys SatsumaGermanys
Germanys first vessel of the Dread Dreadnought DreadDOaIIfht Dreadnoaght ¬
nought type has been tinder construction constructionfer
for some weeks at Bremen The enlarge enlargement enlargeftMIIt enlargemeilt ¬
ment of the slip at Stetten is being hur hurried h hurlied ur urrIed ¬
ried for a second vessel l of the same me type typeTheir typeThe6r typeTheir
Their construction will be secret and the thedetails thedetal thedetails
details detal will not b be published 3be The work workto workill workis
to betag carried e rried ori o at t dMek OOlIb1 klgb S t pressurethat pressure pressurethat ree6 ure urethat
that enough workmen 6sjHM esnHOt1sehudned esnHOt1sehudnedNEGRO > tSe obtained obtainedNEGRO elliaJDedNEGRO
NEGRO APRAID OF HIMSELF HIMSELFCnnftcx HIMSELFCnncs HIMSELPCanses
Cnnftcx His Own Arrest for Murder 31unlcrto
to Keep from Suicide SnicideSpMtel SnlcideStted SuicideSsrIa1
SpMtel to The Tb WftduBstaB Wisst herald UcraMBaltimore heraldBaltImore
Baltimore Jan fBy 1 By getting himself himselflocked himselfIoek himselflocked
locked Ioek up oa the charge of murder anler Rich Richard Richa Richard ¬
ard a A Ji KHene glleii coler colored according to his hisown hisOWD hisown
own story saved vecl himself from death by bysuicide bynIetIIe bysuicide
suicide suicideMteac suicidemIeiss
nIetIIet
Mteac telephoned t the Southern Station Stationthat Stationtt Stationthat
that a man had murdered his wife 1fe at atMt atWMt atlID
Mt West York street aUNt str t and requesting recrue the thepotfee thepo thepollee
potfee to arrest the murderer Patrol Patreimaa PaUeIBetIteUe Patrolvan
van BegaeUe was dispatched to II Posit Pouttney PoultIMF
IMF street where the police had been in informed 1 1formed Iiformed ¬
formed that the murderer could be found foundwaiting Couttdwai foundwaiting
waiting wai Dl for him in a livery stable When Whenthe Whenthe Whenthe
the officer arrived there he found Ellens Ellenswho EII4tnswho Elisaswho
who said he had Juel killed Maggie MaggieSmothers Mab1eSmothers MaggieSmothers
Smothers at 182 1 West York street He Hesaid Heaiel Hessid
said jealousy wa was the cause and gave gavedetails gavedetails ve vedetails
details of the crime The negro was wastaken wastakeD wastaken
taken to the police station and then the tbeofllcer theo theodicer
ofllcer o went to find the body of the mur murdered murdered murtiered ¬
dered woman There he found to the tbeSmothers theSmothers theSmothers
Smothers woman OtDaD aUve and well ell She Shesaid Shesaid Shesaid
said Ellens had left the house a short shorttime shortU shorttime
time U before saying TUtc that he intended intendedj Intendedjomping
j jomping mpfar in front of a a railroad train and andending andbls andending
ending his life He ikid tld he was jealous jealousof
of the woman womanChina womanChinn womanChina
China May In Refuse Onr Aid AidShanghai AielSlaaadaai AidShanghai
Shanghai Jan 4 4The The native oath papers re report r rport topart ¬
port that the board of foreign affairs rs has hasunder 1Ia6uader hasunties
under consideration whether whetherOf or net to todecline toMeltae todecline
decline the fund that Is now being beln raised raisedin nds8dla raisedIn
in the United States tater tor the relief rIIe of the tbepeopJe thepeople j jpeople
people In Chinas Cbfaa ftuninestrleken prov provtecejs provIt preyincee
tecejs incee If the fund was declined it would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be in retaliation for the declination of the theChinese theChinese theChInese
Chinese subscriptions that were offered oferedlR offeredin
in aid of the sufferers from the San Fran Francteco FranclacIo Francisa
cteco earthquake earthquake3IAHRIAGE earthquakeMA1tRIAGE rtlMtulkeJUURIAGB
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