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tUJiBER 1180 ASHINGTON V MONDAY EVENING OCTOBER 17 1904 PRICB PRIC ONE CBtfT
1T INCENDIARY FIRE FIREIN FIREIN
IN GOTHAM WIPES WIPESOUT WIPESOUT
OUT six WES WESSix UVESSix LIVESI I
Six Others May Die DieFrom DieFrOql DieFrol
From Frol m Injuries S Sus Sustained us ustained ¬
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tained tainedSCElfE tainedSCENE rainedSCE1i
SCENE SCE1i ONE OF PANIC PANICBlaze PANICBlue PANICi
i Blue in Ghetto Tenement TenementFollowtd TenementroUowed TenementOwed
Followtd Owed by Three TkeeOthers T ThreeO ee eeathers
O Others OthersNEW athersNEW hrs hrsNEW
NEW rOBE Oct ITAn 1r incendiary incendiaryfire I + toeediasYlire
fire tn a Me tveetory double decked deckedtenement deCkedteneent deckedtenement
tenement li and 17 Moore Street in inthe inthe inthe
the WHltsmsburg W1t1 Ghetto caused the thedeath thedea thedeath
death dea th of five children and one woman womanthe womanthe oman omanthe
the fatal strangling of mix other little littleones Uttleones littleones
ones and 4 the painful injury of six sixmore atxJnore sitmore
more moreIng A number of persons are D miss missing H H1ng
Ing but may turn a up all right ht The firewas fire firewas Arewas
was started for the purpose JJurpG e of revenge revengeor revenaeor
or to conceal ooN robbery rohbel The T e dead diMrs are areMrs ateMrs
Mrs Bella Glace a Mary Belaski elaski aged agedfive qedfive agedfive
five Samuel s aet Belaskl BeIa 1 aired aged eel three Isaac IsaacBelaski IaacBela IsaacBelaski
Belaski Bela d aged eeI one unidentified girl girlabout girlabout nt ntabout
about sixteen Henry Glass 0 about two twoThe twoThe twoThe
The dying are Bessie Withoski Withoskiabout WI WIabout Witboaldabout
about fourteen Abraham Withoski Withoskiaged WluoJded Withokiaged
aged ed nine Annie Witboski aged seven sevenMinnie sevendinnte vea veafIDnle
Minnie fIDnle Wlthoski aged five Charles CharlesWithoski CllarleaWitb CharlesWithgskt
Withoski Witb 8Jd seed three unidentified WIed girl girlabout strIabout girlabout
about fifteenThe fifteen fifteenThe fttteeaThe
The seriously injured are Max ax Rubin Rubinwta Rublnwta RubIae
wta aged e eight eiant Isaac Ruwnwita aged ue4six agedsit ag 4 4six
six Dora Glass aged eight Jese JeseGlass Joseph JosephGlass 1 1Glau
Glass aged a ed eight it Sarah Rublnwtta RublnwttaTwenty Rubia Rubiaaed RubIWItaged
aged six So
sixAaiarln
Aaiarln ill i T TTwenty Td = ta taTwenty
Twenty fast families Ue w worse re sleeping aIeepIac1n soundly soundlyIn
In the tenement t when the hallways Mlhraysdenly suddenly sud suddenly ¬
denly filled with itla smoke which rose in inclouds batlouda inclouds
clouds from the theeeUar cellar The flames flamesburst ftaJDe8burst flamesburst
burst through the floor and seemed to tocome toeome tocome
come from tro all corners of the building buildingat
at once The incendiary adl Juul had planned plannedthe plannedthe pianaedthe
the are carefully The binge mounted mountedthe Dt moutodthe WttM WttMs
the e eteirwair cvtttag cvtttas oat all eaoipe eaoipethe and alldwas j
= r rfioo
was s fcoae cmrntaa t msgh the tl s sfloors pht phtfooL
floors floorsAn fioo fooLAn c cAa
An alarm was turned in at the theStreet Stasjg StasjgStreet Staggfitreet
Street station atlon and almost simultane simultaneously lmUItneously tane taneo ¬
o ously uBly alarms were turned in for fires at
69 Graham Avenue and at 103 Graham GrahamAvenue GrahamAvenue 1aIuua 1aIuuavenue
Avenue venue for which it was apparent incendIariea in iDc j jcendiartes
cendiartes c nd1ariea were ere responsible The multi multiplicity auJUpUelty multfpliclty ¬
plicity of alarms aJar u caused some confu eonfuliion cant u uMon i ision
Mon at first but the firemen were soon soonat 800ftat soonat
at work work When the firemen arrived at atand atlr
15 and 17 Moore Street the flames ftaJ flames 8 were werebreaking werebreaking eft eftbreal
breaking breal q through the windows and the theroof thetQOf theroot
roof roofWhen
When the cry of ire was Ant Antthe raised raisedthe raisedthe
the inmates of the two houses ran into intothe IBtothe intothe
the hallway whe wbsre be e they were wemet met by bygreat b7peat bygreat
great clouds of smoke aut autrWlhed and flame Born Bornrushed Home Homerushed
rushed to the roof for safety while whileothers wbUeothere whileothers
others fled to the fire ar escapes 8CIe8IIIin screaming scream screaming ¬
in ing for help The Tb police reserves from fromthe IrOIathe tramthe
the Stagy Street station assisted the thefiremen Utefiremen thefiremen
firemen in their work of of rescue rescueLife 1eKVeW rescueLife
Life W Lfnea IJe hmMIIKay Termed TermedMay nissd nissdMay
May life lines were formed and the thewomen tMWomen thewomen
women and children were towered Iowendto safely
to the pavement vemeL While W the work of ofitscue ofue ofrescue
rescue ue was w going on the flames break breakIng breakIn breaking
Ing In through the windows scorched and andburned andburned Ad Adburn
burned burn d the rescuers at their work Many Manywomen Maa MaaolDen Manywomen
women olDen and chudrea c lldft1 paralyzed paralyS by fear fearand fearand fearand
and fright were unable to get to the thefireescape
fireescape and hung hu out of the window windowscreaming wiDdowa8CreJDlna windowsscreaming
screaming frantically for help eap They Theywere TbeJwere Theywere
were finally taken down the ladder by
firemen firemenMany 1IremenMany firemenMany
Many women fainted from fr the etccdtement excite excitement exciteJn ¬
ment Jn nt and a number of others with sev several several v veral ¬
eral children were unconscious uaeo IOWI from fromsmoke troaasmoke fromsmoke
smoke Those who fled to the roof found foundtht foundthtm foundthemselves
thtm themselves tht raaelvt el In a dire predicament p nf The Thecould They y
could not reach the theadjoining adjoining building buUdift buUdiftause < <
because ause of the wide space between the
houses and the firemen had all they theycould theycould theycould
could do to prevent several Vera women from fromJumping fromJumpjq fromjumping
Jumping to the street with their children childrenuntil ebUdrenuntil childrenuntil
until they could be rescued rescuedA f 8CUed 8CUedladder
A ladder waa bridged across ae the spacerum space ce
from rum the building at No 19 and the themen ther themen
men women and children U r were carried carriedm carriedacross
across m roag r Ambulances Anaf b uIancea were called rred rredtit from fromfit fromlt
fit Catharines Hospital and the uncon unconscious uaeenadoWi uncenatluus ¬
scious women and children attended to toBmsJxje toto tolashed
lashed to KeanitaL KeanitaLQuickly Yaalits1Quldtly ta1 ta1QUlekly
Quickly the injured were got 01 to the thehospital tbehoaplta1 thehospital
hospital There were many who wo wens wensburnid welleburncd weseburned
burned badly 1141 and who bo were treated at atthe attht atthr
the homes of neighbors Delc bon From JlrOJDYery JlrOJDYeryuree every everysource everyaouree
source uree the police learned of otpenoaa persons who whoare whoar whoare
are ar missing They and the firemen Bremen gave gaveit pveIt gaveit
it as their opinion that more bodies will willbe W Wtound j
be found when the smoldering olderiD8 ashes ashesoool ashestool
00 oool I
ooolWhile IhU
While hU the firemen rem and 4 policemen were werebusy werebusy W8Iebu
busy bu y at the More Street fire the theat blace blaceat blaseat
at jit Graham Avenue V ue was got 01 under undercontrol und undntrol undercontrol < <
control ntrol The house te a tailoring es establishment establishment ¬
tablishment of Samuel uel Greenblatt The Thepolk Thepulice be bepoller
polk poller found that the shop had been beenbroken beenbroken beenbroken
broken Into by b thieves tldev and robbed robbedNext robbedSest robbedNext
Next came the fire at Utt 10 Graham GrahamAvenue GrahamAHnue GrahamAvenue
Avenue a block away This ft house is isoccupied bocOupled Isoceupted
occupied by A E Ii Runs Rut hardware hardwareetore hardwareetore hardwarestore
etore It a also too had been robbed before beforett bef beforeset re reMt
Mt tt on fire The blaze in the hardware hardwareturt baJodWICtt hardwarestory
story turt t rt > did about SMO damage damageWhile damage1vbtle
While tUe the police IJce were investigating Inveatgatingthese Invt Invtltat1N i ithene
these three fires there came cazn reports ta in inthe inthe inthe
the Stagg Sta Street station that several severalburglaries severalburglarit vera I Ibura
burglaries bura had been committed in the theneighborhood tbeneighborhood thene
neighborhood ne itborhood of the three tb buildings buildingswhile bu1l41npwbTle buildin buildinwhile
while while the fires a fire were ere in inthe INMI prgre It Itthe la lathe
the firm belief uf the police that the thethree tbet thethree
three t were started by the same incen incendiaries meendlarl Incendiaries ¬
diaries dlarl who sought to rob while the po police potce police ¬
lice tce and firemen were busy busyNO buyNO busypl0
NO ACTION TAKE TAKEOH TAKEM0M
OH BITUUTHIC PAVING PAVINGEngineer PAVIN PAVINEll PAVINGEngiMser
Engineer Ell Commissioner er Bid Biddle Biddleft le has benrecommended hasrecommended
recommended ft 1 to 0 the Ossnmlssjonera I that thatno tllatO Hautno
no O action be taken at present In the thematter theu thematter
matter u of awarding a to < M of three bid bidden bid4an biddare ¬
den a contract eastri lIaet fer laying Mtuttthie Mtulithicpavement Mtuttthiepavement IllAtuHuaeY
pavement Y et in I the District O trtet this year yearThe yearTbe rearThe
The bide are not rejected teII but held up upuntil upllntU upuntil
until next ext year as U ittoo is tneMfrht te be betoo e etoo
too utH lat in the isau ssassn for awarding awanD the thecontract tileeontrad thecontract
contract this year The Thes Thetree tree threehlMers threehlMerswll t tm bddors bddorswin
win < m ha hav s iu u wait Wft It until next ext wring wringIsait IPril at atli t t14uuiit
li 14uuiit t before = tar cuuui CU cuutt i i ° t iic Lt sue jut jub JotJ i idccidrd 18 is isAt I
4t dccidrd 1 ldrd td
1 SCENES AT THE ECKINGTON TROLLEY CAR WRECK l
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BLOCKING BLOCJCD THE WAY WAYOverturned W A Y RELIC HUNTERS AT WORK WOREQverturea WORKCrowds WORJCCar
II
Overturned Car Lying L AcN Across Beth JS < < k TrsckfcA Wrecking Crew Quickly Opened OpelMi1nlllc Traffic Crowds Visited the Spot Where the t e Car Left the Track Ester for Souvewrs
RUSSIAN DEFEAT DEFEATHAS DEFEATHAS DEFEATHAS
HAS BECOME NOWALMOST NOWALMOST NOW NOWALMOST
ALMOST A ROUT ROUTGeneral ROUTGeneraI ROUTGeneral
General Meyendorffs Forces Composing ComposingRight OomposingRight ComposingRight
Right Flank Are on the Run Runrl RunrlSuffered RunHas RunHasSuffered Hag HagSuffered
Suffered Terrible Tecri le Losses LossesHAVE Lossesf LossesJXJMISBHA LossesLSL
f
JXJMISBHA LSL HAVE VE + CAPTURED CAPTUREDFOURTEEN CA ITURED ITUREDFOURTEEN < RE REFOURTEEN >
FOURTEEN OF ENEMYS ENEMYS GtJNs GtJNsBaltic otitts otittsBaltic GtJ S SBaltic
Baltic Fleet Said to Be Coaling Off Qjfwor Qjfworhagen C Con ConhagenWatched pel1 pel1hllgenWatched
hagen hllgenWatched Watched by a Danish Cruiser CruiserPlans Cruis CruiserPlans r rPlans
Plans of General Grippenberg GrippenbergThe
The btttfe around Yentas Is still in progress From dfepxtehef dhpate + a com oorainf comJar tornMg
Jar te it looks as if it may soon develop into a rout for the Russians RussiansKuropatkins RussiawtKuropatkias RussiansKuropatkins
Kuropatkins men have fadtm forgott forgotten en Manchuria and are now battling batt battdesperately h lt16 lt16desperately
desperately through pride In their struggle they feel they t y must win win one onefight onefight ayefight
fight before the curtain is rung down on the bloody drama dramaTime dl2maTime dramaTime
Time and again Russian commanders comma nders hurled their men against thefete the theface thefate
fete face of the enemy only to be mowed down by rows of Japanese artil artillery arti1lery utliy ¬
lery and regiments of marksmenNow marksmen marksmenNow marksmenNow
Now and then its a repulse before a ferocious bayonet bayonetThe charge chargeThe C i e eThe
Th The war seems to be giving way to slaughter situjl ter Wcjfide4 VJa oundeQ by by the thethousands thethnlland theihoumods
thousands are being brought into Mukden white willie > the dead and dyfn dyJnc strew strewthe strewthe strewthe
the fields on pn all sides sidesThe sidesbattle sidesThe
The battle is proving one of the most mostfripthi frightful tragedies m in Witary
No exact estimate of the loss of oMi 1ifecau lift fe can be gained eseeprflie excepttitthat prediction predictionthat prpdttiau prpdttiauthat
that I Wilt 3U pass fifty thousand thousandFourteen thousandFourteen thousandFourteen
Fourteen Russian Guns GunsFall GunsFall Gunsmall
Fall Into Hands of Japs
TOKYO Oct 17 17Regerte Repots received receivedfrom Neetvedtile rseeivedfrom
from the wtot seat of war this msynlng ims q ag r nave JaayeIt haveIt naveit
it that fourteen f fwe more Mu IMisalsn guns gunswere gunswere
were captured eaptwwtAnotber caur d yesterday yetMayAruber yesterdayAnother
Another report yeeeived from t theneighborhood the theneighborhood U Unelabb0rb004
neighborhood of Port Arthur ltllUI assort assertsthat assortthat v vthat
that the Russian fleet In the be harbor hartIiorauedIa is issuffering Issuffering
suffering auedIa severely severel from the shells of ofthe fillthe ofthe
the Japanese land 4 batteries batteriesThe batteriesThe t tThe
The reports rep rta of recent utfusspisd fit fitUee ear aorties earties
ties by the Russian fleet are said ta toeuntOUD41ed ha haunfounded beunfounded
unfounded
Mar > Became a Kent KentST lintST RtaT
ST PETERSBURG Oct 17 171 171meaa 17lade 17ladependant Inde Independent ¬
pendent messages meaa from the front state statethat statethat ate atethat
that the retirement of the force of ofGeneral ofGeneral ofGeneral
General Meyendorff on the Russian Russianright Buaaianrtcht Russianright
right flank has h been turned into a rout routThe routThe routThe
The force suffered tremendous tremendo losses JoueaReporU
Reports received in the Russian a capi capital capital cspItal ¬
tal today state tate that 3080 JAI 1 wounded Rwelan Rus Russian ¬
sian ia soldiers 1IOkHe have ha ve arrived in Mukden
during duri the past week weekOne weekOise
One 0 0These Jtusaua turns turnsThese uc ess essThese
These dispatches record one rift in inthe tnthe Inthe
the cloud of the general enera Russian defeat defeatThe defeatThe defeatThe
The same dispatches say that the Rus Russian R Raian Russian ¬
sian soldiers at one point charged with
bayonet bayonets in mngnifBoiit paprltJl rut form They cap eJIturedelevea ¬
lured turedelevea eleven Jatmaess Japan Ja gum and achin a ae ma machine
chine e chin nun nunS gun gunCok L LCoIo
S CoIo uI eI PutUo PutUof > < < after ftr r desperate desperateountam doslserate te
fightiug t gained a height Iftt duffel nalag uc
the Japanese position P IIItioa H Tie was Issme I I
diately dlatel given the deeoratlonOlfit decoration of St YJadI
mtr and tile bill w was a named PuUIo PU j1OI < <
t4ountaln ountam ountamROME
OriPJ Iters a Plain PlainROME PJ PJBOllE
ROME Oct 17The St Petersburg
correspondent eotftPond nt of the OIo Ofornate N di
Roma wires wi that after a eonsiiltation eonsiiltationwith ltaUon ltaUonwith hattedwith
with the Cur General < Qrippenberg has has4eckIed
decided to mobiles fOOem toO additional a4dltlonalOOpa
troops OOpa for the war
Manchuria the paper asserts will to toabandoned be beA beabaadoned >
abandoned abaadora for the prVHeniU PltB present nt 1
A Russian note will ill probably be is ¬
sued announcing to thepowen the po powers i the I
Caars firm rm intention InLenU ft of continuing the theBaltic
war
warBaltic Baltic ltJc Fleet Cealiaf CealiafLONDON CNJi CeellhI CeellhILONDON c
LONDON Oct 17The Copenhagen Copenhagencorrespondent Copfnh4encorreept Copnh en encorrespdndent I
correspondent correept > ndent of the Central Newa Newawtoe tewe tewewires ew ewwifta
wires that the Russian Baltic fleet num numbering nu numbering l lb4rln ¬
bering b4rln twentyfour warships fc 1M anchored an anchored ¬
chored in the southern part of the t t1 s great
I belt b > 1t for coaling 08l1n purposes purposesThem pUJ1lO purposesThe ea eaThf
Them ThemDanish The Danish cruiser Heimdal HtJ I Is keep ¬
ing in close observation on the t lice I
Russian Army Gets Away AwayThrough AwayThroueh AwayThrough
Through Mud and Rain
M17KDKN Get 17 12TIIw The It Russian army
is new retreating almost aJ unhampered unhamperedIt
It will a1 undoubtedly nD4Iouattedl escape overwhelming overwbeJ n nwas
disaster disasterThere disasterThere
There was some fighting htlne yesterday ten tenmites tenmdt tenmiles
mites mdt ytxlhv so tbst et st of Mukdfn wh wbtrt re the theitujtuiaii thtttUjtl thettussian
itujtuiaii ttUjtl U right Hacked a dttatkto > d the Japanese J ip iUl it itc
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but the main battle practically ended
Saturday SaturdayJSJSi110 SaturdayThe tUldy tUldyIJae
JSJSi110 The Ja Japanese Japaneseell apparently PP ppaNDJyanot oUy are not ad
vancing en Mukden II Mukdag Their campflres campflresare ea eaare
are visible about ten miles south of ofiCoutiuued ofCooUuueQ oftCoutluued
iCoutiuued ou Third Page PaseC
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MAD LIEUTENANT LIEUTENANTf LIEUTENANTKILLS LIEUTENANTKILLS
KILLS ANOTHER ANHTHERAND ANOTHERAND
AND HIMSELF HIMSELFJu
Ju f Pritchards s Son SonCommits SonComnlits SonCommits
Commits Murder Mgjpderand Murd1erand Murderand
and Suicide SuicideFred Su SuG Sut SuFred
G iJ iJFred
t
Fred L L Dccn D en of f Thiiifeenfh ThiiifeenfhCavalry Tbi ThirteenthCavalry rfeen fh fhCavalry
Cavalry Victim V ct mof of Madmans Mad Madmans Madmans ¬
mans Bullet Bullet1ULKIUL BulletJ BulletMA1rILA
1ULKIUL J 11L Oct IT 118eeoII4 eeo d Ltant LtantWaa LIeKw LieutWen
Wen w D Pritchard of UM tb Tnlrtpanth TnlrtpanthCavalry Thlnet1leaY ThirteethCavalry
Cavalry eaY ry today killed Second Lieut LieutFred LIMItFreel LieutFred
Fred I L Deco of the game cayalrr cayalrrland eaYahyaa4 earairyyand
land and then committed suicide me memurder Tit Titmurder l1IaenuanIer
murder and autelde oeennred occurred at the thei tMcuq themap
i camp at Stotaenburg StotaenburgOflkial totsstbttrSt
t Oflkial eial 1 lUftct lUftctOsnstmi xetrtGaol t
Osnstmi XJnswortb the military uIIaIT s HeM HeMtary seerstary ei eitary
tary received the following foJlowttwfIo dtonat dispatek dispatekoqt t tfrom
fIo from oqt the cotlunaading cossmandlns 1II general of ofDlYWoIa tke tkeDivision lb lbDivision
Division of 0 < < the Philippines PIdU PIdUtbe eonoemtesj coecershsglb eonoemtesjManila
tbe lb trasedy
Manila Oct IT ITi 11iIecoII4 iiSecond
i Second Lieut William WII D Pritchard Pritchardwhite Prftelaal4wlalle Prltebardwhile
white Insane snot hot Second Uent Fred FredL JIrectL FredL
L Been in the bead at 11 11He a m today todayHe todayHe
He then immediately shot himself Jdatu himselfthrough
i through u up head Both officers deadHis dead deadXia deaLIg
His Pi PiLIeutenant Fig nt Jtaeeid bceeiLieutenant JtaeeidUeotenant
LIeutenant Priteoard waa twantysix twantysixJudge twentyMgyears
years old and a son ot United 8Ca 8Car list listJudge
Judge r J 1 C Pritehard of Marshall Manba If IfC KC NC
C former United Unit States tat Senator tor and andformer alldju sadforma
former Jeoattef ju 9f the District of Columbia CohNIaItiaccMm Cohanblayoung ColumbiaSupreme
Supreme Coin CoinT ccMm ccMm1tie
T 1tie young 70 ojfleer er had an excellent HQeat rej rejopd H Hr restid
opd and rose to his posJBow in the theaaj tJIeJll them
r aaj Jll idar tfar service through t lo l01I long < < serviee sry ee tot totthe Inthe
r the tJIelunteer volunteer volunteer orgaaisat organisation organisationIn on onIii
In I Forte Port Rice RJeaIn JtJeefa RiceIn
In KSi he ae entered eterep the volunteer YoI organi organisation OIP OIPado organiatl0f ¬
ado as second lieutenant m the lb Tenth TenthUnited IeauUaltE4 TeethUnited
United States infantry lie If e was ad adiContinued autfCoaUaued adtConfanued
iContinued on Third Page PapWEATHER PieWEATHER PageWEATHER
WEATHER REPORT REPORTThe
The tropical disturbance d iturbance has evidently evidentlycurved evJdentl evJdentlcurved evidentlycurved
curved northeastward northeaat ward over Cuba and andDDefAto andap andappear
ap appear DDefAto to be central this th morning momi over
the Balmmas tnas Reports from Jupiter I
Ma and Nassau Na au however are missing ml al1ua I
Fair weather prevails In practically ail allparts I IPart I
Part of the country The eastern ana artaof areaaof I Iof
of high pressure continues to drift driftslowly islowly I Ialowly
slowly eastRout tiult eastsoutheastward outlIPu heustward tward and tends tendtito tendsto
to hold back both the tropical distur ¬
bance and the one central over northern
Minnesota Mlnne ta A second area of high b pres pre prelIIure pros1 pros1sure i iMure I
sure covers the north Pacific coast and andnorthern andnQltbern andnorthern
northern Plateau PlatcauGeneraily PlateauGenerally PlateauGeneraily
Generaily fair and warmer weather Nther
i Ie Indicated for the next thirtysix thlrt hour
In all 1ipaJts parts of th t the Washington fore forecast torecaat forecast ¬
cast district except the lower lake re region region ¬
gion son where showers are probableTXMPPIRATiJR probable probableTEMPERATURE JJMIMI JJMIMITZMPB1U
TEMPERATURE TEMPERATUREe TZMPB1U tJJUD tJJUDIII
III o e m 4
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DOWHlbri DOWHlbriare4 DowNTOWRegistered
Registered are4 at Afflestt Afflesttar3 AIr ih
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TH THE SUN UN
Sun sets lie today 511 51
Sun rises tomorro tomorroHigh tomorrow 1Jl 1JlTI
TI TIDE TIDEHigh DE 1 JII
High H tide today T 260 p m
Low tide today 954 2i p m
High tide id tomorrow 310 a m 340 p m r1J4UW LtLuw
Low tide lid tomorrow a51 l a m nl1U1 10Si p m 1Ul inpp
pp > < l
BIG TROLLEY CAR CARTURNS CARTURNS CARTURNS
TURNS OVER AND ANDONE ANDONE ANDONE
ONE MAN KILLED KILLEDWas
v
Was Crowded With Passengers Coming ComingFrom ComingFrom ComingFrom
From Berwyn and Other Suburban Suburbanlom Suburbanlomes Suburbanliorries
liorries lom lomes 6 to Employment in City CityP Ci CityAL y yVjMt
P VjMt il AL Ol F lIfE NHL 1 INjURE N JCRED JCREDIN 0 Wv WvIN =
I
I II IN A SERIOUS SERIOUSCONDLTION SERIOUSCONDLTIONComing CONDITION CONDITIONComing CONDITIONComing
Coming Down Grade Car Refused to Take Takea
a Curve Ran Off the Tracy Tracyand Track Trackand Trackand
and Then Upset UpsetOM
OM o a man we M kilted and a cvM trfaatyefcM kc other w wwe wwetundJur r snw Imhrred YR r the orer eetursti orertumiac
tumiac of a hi green trolley car at Fourth and T YtraMt Str eU nertiheabi JIOI srGYumt MMt thta thiIIJIMJIJda MYaarsiL thtamoratas
aarsiL moratas at T 7tT IT oclock oclockTn ocIockrIM oclockThe
Tn rIM dead man waa Edward R Spraxue praaue thtrtyve yeara aid a OOmpO OOmpOFtor eomnmv eomnmvHor T Tftor
ftor In the Government Printing Offtce Other of th tM injured an in a aaertoua aMl10ua asulous
aertoua condition eooAtlona and may die dl
Crowded with auburban pal paaasngern paaaeng 1111 n City and ad Suburban ear No Nobouad 4M 4Mbound 401bound
bound from Berwyn Md was hurrying to the city The ear refused to totake totake totake
take the u curve at T and Fourth Streets neta northeast JIOrt and maning oft tiletraek thetrack the thetrack
track turned over overJBvery 0ftIJlvetT overlivery
livery sent at the tine U was occupied by a a peae psseager anger and the theboth aide and andboth andboth
both platforms JtJattor were crowded with wtt suburban bur realdenUi t hurrying to their theirplace t theirplaces eIr eIrplaeea
place of employment There were probably eeventya tye > e people on the thecar tilecar thecar
car
InreaUgation ahowed that a flange on the left front wheel o of the earwas ear earwaa earIVM
was broken brok There was a a heavy foe at the time timeThere tiMeThere timeThere
There was no warning of ie fee accident The car wag going tag downwhen down aiaile pIMIeI aiailewhen
I when WA in a second there waa a a Jerk and a grating gonad and the J psssaaysrg psssaaysrgwere 111 111were
were thrown Oro through the windowsSTANDING windows windowsSTANDING IndowsSTANDING
STANDING WITH THE MOTORM AN >
Sprague the man who was w killed was wasstanding waaon wasstanding
standing on the front platform together togetherwith tocethErwit1t togetherwith
with the motorman and several oUter otherpassengers oUtere outerpasseugerp
passengers e He was w thrown through tbroub the theside tboiaide theside
side window of the vestibule and was wascaught waacaucht wascaught
caught under the car and held fast The Theentire Theeatire Theentire
entire weight of the front of the car carrested carretlted carrested
rested on his bead and chest chestHe chestHe chestRe
He was the only person caught be beneath beDeath beneath ¬
neath the wreck All the other passen passengers paaenaen passengers ¬
gers forgot their injuries and went to tohis tohI tohis
his hI assistance ace In s eIte > ke of the theof strength strengthOf
Of fifty or more men expected to lift the thecar theear thecar
car it could not be budged budgedSifna budaedSipa budgedSigu
Sifna of Life Feimi FeimiA lP lPA
A derrick was a finally brought from fromthe fromtbt fromthe
the Eckington car barn and the front frontpart frontpart frontpart
part of the car was raised There hen were weresome wereaome weresome
some signs of olllfe life te the body and the theman thewaan theman
man was sent ent to the Homeopathic Hoe Hospital Hoepltal Ho Hopttal ¬
pital In a patrol wagon which had been beensummoned beenalummoned beensummoned
summoned summonedHis alummonedHia summonedHI
His HI skull ull had been fractured and iis iischest lischest tischest
chest crushed in so as to jam his lungs lungstogether I Itocether lungstogether
together and make breathing all but im impossible 1 1poulble hepossible ¬
possible At 1015 oclock ocl4K k he died In Inagony froaLlOny inagony
agony His > wife ite waa at the bedside bedsidePatrol bedaIdePatrol bedsidePatrol
Patrol wagons WAC waGOns U from th the Eighth andSecond and andSecond all allt
Second t > cond precincts IeClncta were called out and andambulances aadaMbulancea andambulances
ambulances from Friedmans and aut th thEmergency thBIIaeraency thEmergency >
Emergency Hospitals lhta were also summoned sum summoned au auJItOfted ¬
moned Policemen went OI1t with the pa patrol patrol patrot ¬
trol wagons aaons and assisted ted the injured into intothe Intothe intothe
the conveyances conveyancesThe CODVeatnee8Tht conveyancesThe
The > women most ot of them t suffering sufferingfrom au autrom sufferingfrom
from slight injuries and shock played playedthe playedtbe playedthe
the part of nurses nu Buckets of water waterwere waterere waterwere
were ere brought and dainty nty lace and silk silkhandkerchiefs silkhandkerchiefs lIt lItlaandkerchteta
handkerchiefs were ere used ed together t cether with withpMtces withpIeoM withplsoe
pMtces of underskirts to wash the theWwuRds thertIa theW
WwuRds W ands rtIa and to bind blnf bin them in order to toabca tothe toaipea
aipea abca the flow of blood bloodIa5 bloodIjrtriq
Ijrtriq Ia5 1 Jl iie 4iI > Attended Ta T TWltbln TaWithin j jWithin
Within Within a 1 short time other cars came camealong eaJQealon comealong
along alon i ttome ome not ot seriously hurt who ho felt feltthat feltthat elt eltthat
that their injuries InJu should be attended to toboarded toboarded toboarded
boarded the cars and went to the Emer Emergency JtmeretKy Emergency ¬
gency etKy Hospital Three persona pe were weretaken weretaken ere eretaken
taken to Freedmans Freed Hospital in the theambulance theambularoe theambulance
ambulance ambulanceOne ambularoeOle ambulanceOne
One of the patients patit > l1ts Aloysius Alosh S Senart SenartBail > nart nartluul narthad
had his scalp icwl turn tntirey tutinI from his hiliJ hilii
J
4
i
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skull He is in a precarious eauditionalthough easutttfon easutttfonalthough nJ7 u uaJtbo1ch
although the doctors who 110 atteMeddo attssjdsrt him himoo hindo
do not think be will die ne within w th tike next nexttwentyfour nexttWt netttwentyfour
twentyfour tWt > fttytour hours ho if at alL alLIn aILIn all allIn
In less Je than an hour alt the injured injuredwera IDiwedWeJlle injuredwere
were either in hospitals or st t their theirhomes ueJrhoJIae8 theirhomes
homes Motorman Colvin and Conduc Conductor eoctor ondtrc ondtrctor ¬
tor Edward Kd ard Cecil disappeared JIPMl8d f from om the thevicinity tMvielalty tb tbvicinity
vicinity of the
accident several mo moments JDOmenta tacomeets ¬
meets after it occurred occurredDXAD oecurredD2AD occurredDRAD
DXAD DXADB
B R SPRAOUE fortyfive years old
jaai + JBa Baltimore Street Wmtteon
Heights
TH THE INJURED IlfJURIDAt IJfJUJtJ1At >
At Freedmanc FreedMan Hospital HospitalJOSEPH HNpita11OSEPH HospitalJOSEPH
JOSEPH E GOODKEY
thirtyeight
years old of IKS Rhode Island iaJ island 4 Avenue Avenuenortheast Ayenuenortheast Avenuenortheast
northeast Head severely cut cutALOYSirs cutALOYSfITS cutALOYSIIS
ALOYSirs SEN SENART ART forty years y old
1411 m Frankfort Street Laagdon L D C
Injured about the head and d body bod
Scalp torn completely cOlllple y off Not expected ex expected expected ¬
pected to live liveMAUD lIveA liveMAID
MAUD A PD NORRIS a Degress B eighteen eighteenyears elahteenyears eighteenyears
years old of 1 129 Beaton Street north northwest northwest northwest ¬
west Injured about right t tell and andshock andshock
shock shockAt shockAt hockAt
At Sihiey Hospital HeapitalFRANK HpitIFRANK HospitalFRANK
FRANK A KING Berwyn Md skoU aII
fractured Injured about face May
die but taken home homeW hOllDeW homeW
W E ORTMAN forte years
Broken ribs rib internal injoriea cut cntabout cutabout cutabout
about face and body broken wrist wristand wrbtand t tand
and injured knee kneeBROOKS kneeBROOKS kneeBROOKS
BROOKS injured about head and
body Swathed from f head to foot in
bandages bandagesUnknown banda bandalnknown bandagesUnknown
Unknown man 0 who lett to tell his rela reiativee relatives relatives ¬
tives of accidentUnknown accident accidentUnknown tCklentUnknown
Unknown woman woo W 10 railed to be betreated betreated betreated
treated for injured head Several Severalstitches 8everalaUtche Severalstitches
stitches taken and restoratives rtonttIYlater restorat ree admin ¬
istered later Husband called and took her heraway herawny heraway
away awayAt awnyt awayAt
At t Emergency Hospital HeapitalDANIEL HospitalDANIEL pitaJ pitaJDANIE
DANIEL DANIE R REED twentyeight year yearaold 7 7J yearanti
old J Berwyn m Md Bruises Bru M MnCI on head headand heady headRICHARD
and nCI body bodyRICHARD bodyRICHARD hod y
RICHARD B LATIMER twentyfour twentyfouryears tweatfouryeana twentyfouryears
years old Hyattsville Kyat tevU Md Injured InjuredContinued InjuredCotlnued InjuredContinued
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SECRET SERVICE SERVICEDetailed SERVICEMEN SERVICEd
MEN MENNOWGUARO MENNOWGUARODetailed NOW GUARD GUARDCUUNT d
COUNT CASSIN CASSINIb I IDetailed
Detailed by b Y State Depart Department Department Department ¬
ment mentto to Protect Am Ambassador Ambassador Ambassador ¬
bassador bassadorFEAR bassadorFEAR bassadorFEAR
FEAR EXCITED EXCITEDSleuth cum CMNISSleuth cumSleuth
Sleuth Stands Before EmWatch1 Em Emiatssy Embassy
iatssy Witching WuchiD the theHouse t tHouse theHouse
House HouseSecretffVervice House8eeNt HouseSetottsrvIee
SetottsrvIee SecretffVervice 8eeNt mat sn are gecrdtag the theRussian tIaeRuuIaa theRussian
Russian embassy on Scott Circle CircleAnyone CIftIeAnY CircleAnyone
Anyone AnY > IW pausing rmm t that neighborhood who whomight whomight whomight
might chance to notice a tall hawk hawkeyed hawktyed hawkeyed
eyed looking IooJ Dc man apparently deeply en engrossed engrOll8ed engrossed ¬
grossed to the scenery BeeDeJ would probably probablytake probab probabtake probablytake
take him for a tourist but he Is not notHe DoLWe notMe
He is one of Uncle Sams sleuths sta stationed stationed 1 1tione4 ¬
tioned there to protect the Oars envoytrom envoyfrom envoy envoyfrom
from any danger cr from fr frTwo fanatics fanaticsTwo fanaticsTwo
Two Secret cret Service lee men take turns tll at atthe att1M atthe
the watch When the Russian ambas ambassador a aovtalde acnbesodor ¬
odor steps outside his residence r 1fTt1 they theyare the theare theyare
are alert alertThe alertTbe alertThe
The a ambassador bassAo will willlI now W be shadowed shadowedby 8IIIadoweclby shadowedby
by ODe of the Secret Service men wher wherever whereyer wherever ¬
ever ha goes This guard has only been beenput beeIiput beenput
put in effect since the ambassadors a re return retuna re return ¬
turn from Bar Harbor HarborDetail HaboIDetail HaborDetail
Detail Caatfnsei cH 2 2IIeefet Kant KantSecret lfbseSecret
Secret Service men kept a lookout for forhtm forhim forhim
him while 1dIe he was in New York and itwas it itwas Itwas
was decided to continue the same e thing thingher tbinaOR thinghero
her hero on account of the present acute acutesta acute8ta acutestage
sta stage = a of the war in the Far East and andthe andthe andthe
the possible danger to the Russian rep representative repK8efttatlve representative ¬
resentative in this country from cranks cranksThe cral1 cranksThe s sThe
The Secret Service men are not from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the White House force but were de detailed detalJed dotailed ¬
tailed especially pee1aJly from New Ne York for this thisduty thisduty thisduty
duty When en on duty they spend most mostof mostof moatof
of their time in the park fronting the theembassy thetboqb theembassy
embassy though their particular part1cu tasx ta is isto iato isto
to follow folio the ambassador when he goes goesout Coe8out goesout
out on the street at night to the theater theateror
or in the daytime to pay calls The men menare 14enare wasare
are detailed by the State Department to towatch to1atch towatch
watch the embassy embassyOTd embL8SYCOMIISSIOIRS embassyCOMMISSIONERS
COMIISSIOIRSGO COMMISSIONERS
COMMISSIONERSLOUIS
GO OTd TO OT ST S1 I LOUIS LOUISWill LOUISWiU HI 110 I IWill
Will Participftte Partici to in Cele Celebmtlon Celebratiom Colelirution
bmtlon of Distriet Day DajLAISE DayLABiGiE DayLARGE
LARGE CROWD IS EXPECTED EXPECTEDany
II any DtirerI JJafafafc Imliiati 1 aM M Watnfi Pair FairCfcty PairCItr PairOily
Oily er Xn Xtmke
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I A party of eight e nt t persons amons among whom whomere whomwere hom homwere
were ere three District D atrict Commissioners and andtwo andJw andtwo
two Jw former Commissioners C left the Bal Baltimore Balt Haltiawre ¬
timore t a re and ad Ohio station at 10 16 flt i oclockthis oclock oclockthis oclockthJa
this moraine JDOII na en route for St L Loula < ouis for fortne forUae forthe
the purpose of participating In the u cele celebration eelebraUon ado adobratica ¬
bration of District of Columbia Day at attne atthe atthe
the St Louis Exposition which will be beWednesday beWedneMay beWednesday
Wednesday next nextThe nextThe nettThe
The members of the party were Mrs MrsH MnH YrsH
H L West and D4 Commissioner West WestCommissioner WestJlaefarland WestComi
Commissioner Comi er Maefarland Lien Horace HoraceMacfartand HoraceMacfarland HoraceMacfarland
Macfarland U N brother r of th thCommissioner tho thoI +
I Commissioner Enaltwer Commissionerfiddle Commissioner CommlssioDerEMdle aoauJu1onerBIddle
fiddle Capt Chester Harding Ha assist assistant assistant assistant ¬
ant to the Engineer Commissioner aer and andformer andonat andformer
former onat > r Commissioners Co I L CK 0 Hine and andJohn and101m andJohn
John W WThey Douglass DougiamThey DouglassThey
They occupied ceu the private ear of the theacting thpactInC theacting
acting president pre lcJent ef the Baltimore and andOhio andOblo andOhio
Ohio which hlch was a attached to the theoetock W 10x16 10x16oclock D Dodock
oetock St t Lo Louis L > ul express expressOthen 8XpreIIL0tMn expressOthers
Others an tile tileOft TeamOn Team TraiLon
On the train but not tat the private privatecar privatecarere privatepar
car carere were Danes Da ff Oarcea 0 private privatesecretary privateaeeretarv privateseeretarv
secretary to the Engineer jCommhaioaer jCommhaioaerLouis uamwionerLours t n r rLou1a
Louis C Wilson private secretary to toCommissioner toenloDer toCommissioner
Commissioner West and C C I Lancas Lancaster Lancaat ncas ncaster ¬
ter t r president of the Northwest Bubur Buburbar Suburban ubur uburbar
bar Citizens Association AssociationThe As AssociationThe ocl4Uon ocl4UonThe
The party arty will reach St Louis tomor tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
row afternoon andwill und will return to Wasb WasbuiKton WbSQilUton Was Wastngton
uiKton next Tuesday Tue day leaving YIq St Lout Loutnext Loufll LoufllIlext Lou j jnext
next Monday morning morningThe morninsThe IPOm1nSThe
The Commissioners left this city con conftdent co coMent conMeat
Meat that the celebration of DistrictDay District DistrictDay Di81rlctDay
Day will 111 be e memnablejn memorable Jn the history lllator of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the exposition ex tlon They will be given en thebenefit the thebenefit thebenefit
benefit of a military parade 1n in which whichal whkhI
I a1 the uniformed forces on the grounds groundswill crouudswiD groundswill
will parttet participate ate and they will ill receive receivespecial recelHapeclal receivespecial
special attention from the exposition expositionmanagement expositionmanpment expoeitiunmanagement
management managementLatfc manpmentJ managementLarge
Large J p CleW > Xxneetea XxneeteaThe EzpectMThe fxpeets fxpeetsThe
The indicaticns are that a large crowd crowdof crowdof crowdof
of District residents re 1denta will U be present IftiIent at atthe atpande atthe
the parade in the morning and the reg regular rg rgI egular ¬
ular District exercises in the he afternoon afternoonAssessor afternoonAueuor afternoonAssessor
I Assessor Darnettle left WsJbJnfjton on for forSt forat forSt
St Ix 10 Ionis ils last Saturday n nicg ure uretcg ril rilI
ace Officer lacer C C Rogers Roc wra kia af afternoon a t tternoon tternoon ¬
I ternoon and many private prlva elHa AB are arealready areaIrea arealready
already aIrea in St Louis Lo or on their tway way 10 10the 141t4 tothe
the fair fairThe fi
I t4 The United jnlted States Marine Band left leftyesterday left7eterdaY leftyesterday
yesterday afternoon for St Louis where whereit
it has been sent by the President in inspecial ill5D itspecial
special 5D Cal honor of the District Day cele celebration celebrttloa celebration ¬
bration brationThe brttloaTbe brationThe
The Commissioners announced this thismorning thismorDlna thismorning
morning that the official program as aspublished a arublfaecJ asrublahed
published in the Times yesterday will willbe willbe willbe
be carried out on Wednesday WednesdayARKHTS WEdnftdayRDrr8 WednesdayARUTS
ARKHTS OUT OP BAX8XX BAX8XXGARDEN DAXGLIGARDEN D MD MDGARDEN
GARDEN CITY Oct 17 George GeorgeA GeorgeArents GeorgeArents
A Arents rents Jr injured by the overturning overturningof overturnn overturnnof
of his automobile in the Vanderbilt Cuprace Cup Cuprace Cuprace
race continues to inpprove and ad is out outof outof outof
of danger dangerFIynni daqerFlyus I IFiynas
FIynni Bnaineaa 5 Celtefa c Cell5th tth ad K KBUMS XJ L LEwidsy
BUMS J Ewidsy M ihorthMd tjrpewsidsg qpewndalctll fM N a aUn jest jestAra y u >
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