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THE T IIE WASHINGTON V1RHIXGT TIMES TIM E THIRisDAY FrIII f III n PNI1lY D JANUARY J xr lll G 1910 1 1 10 pi
SMITH FACES FACESFORSCBULTZEIEATH TRIAL TILFOfiSCILTZDBTH I IFOR
FOfiSCILTZDBTH FOfiSCILTZDBTHNot FOR SCHULTZ IlEATH IlEATHNot
Not Guilty Is Plea of ofNegro ofNegro ofNegroWhose
Negro NegroWhose Whdse Evidence EvidenceCondemned EvidenceCondemned EvidenceCondemned
Condemned Comrades ComradesALEXANDRIA C ComradesA1EXANDRIA mrades mradesAIEXAlfDRL
ALEXANDRIA Va Jan IAfter IAfterhairg kAfterhaving After Afterhaving
having turned State States vvidenee weee in inwhich 111hkh isWhich
which hkh be incriminated riJainated three of the men mentrcse eftc meno
c his own race and after Jaad hattug seen seenIIie
1 IIie tr trcse e same men convicted COIIvIet on his testi testimony telltJrnony tentiniony ¬
mony and sentenced se to be > e electrocuted electrocutedS
xt Friday for the maude nter oC Walter Walterr ratter ratterI
I S SrfiulU Henry Smith colored wastiais w wthis wa wathis
this morning placed on trial for his IIi life lifehis lifef
f his connection with the Sehnltx Sehnltxmurder SeIIutamurder Sthuitxm
murder murderSmith murdermlth m urder urderSntth
Smith mlth has been offered by Comu Common Commonif C1tRmUIIath ca caueath
ueath ath Attorney BRat a term iR pri80II pri80IIjf
if he would plead qty b to second tie tiegr 4e 4eree e egr
gr ree < murder lr bat Smith positively re refused ft ftfq rrt ¬
t fused fq ed d to do this when questioned this thisr thisTJTTi thisrruing
rruing r TJTTi oming by the court When questioned questionedn
a to Iis guilt or innocence M replied repUe4m
m n a cl clear r r firm 40 voice Not Not guiltyLittle guilty guiltyLittle pit pitLittle
Little Time T e Waste Wastebeen Wutei Wuteientre W steL steLi
i venire of tIIIrQJlTe ta taiesme had ha4bfaen hadbeen
been summoned from ChariottfeviUe Cha Chaa Charlottpvillea j
Va Vahoar a a aDd k required lees than JM an anh amhour
hoar h oar to select a Jury The following followingjury followieJul followingjury
jury was selected A A M 11 E E Itunkte ItunkteJ RUDIdeJ
J H H Nails S So 3 Dudley J E E Jan Janran 1aRvan Janran
ran S S G Bteckey TE E S S p Push C C A AVood A AWood
Wood 00 w v H H G1 GVeaver nvex S S H H Florance Florancev FIeIaIKeE
v E R RS Newman H E E Parrott and W B BWhite Bhite
White WhiteAttorney 1 hite hitettorney hiteAttorney
Attorney ttorney K R D Bruin Bramctt buck for tn tllle ste stef tIe tIe1n defuse
f 1n fuse nse made a motion to quasa q quasi the ve verire ye yer vsr
rire r ire to quash 1AUIb the panel and he dial dialj cfcali
i s njerl n ed rl the panel as a whole wbeIeLldhdual and ceineh ceinehadirdual ndi ndiiwivjdual
iwivjdual juror Judge l Barley tntr tntrh ovr ovrIed ver verieU
ieU h these th motions motionsCommonwealth motionsBre motionsBreents
Bre Statement StateRMlttommOlnRalth Statementommonwealth
Commonwealth Attorney Brent then thensan ttefH1 thanan
> > san an his opening statement to the Jury Juryr juQ3Ir jRydlr
3Ir r Brent declared the prisoner JlCIeoIIerguilty was wasr wasre
r re < guilty of murder m in tile th Heat de def de der e eft
ft f r or was innocent and he asked tIM tfceiry tIMlCY thepry
pry to either bring in a verdict of cf mrPr mar marine ¬
Pr f r 11 the first degree or acquit tH tHi ibirisoner th thMr
i risoner Mr Brent Br said the 0 Cosamo Cosamofaith omtooti omtootiacalth 1 1calth
acalth faith would wouldreIIt rest its case largely largelyue ea eaT > a aie
T ue confession conf made by Smith when whenie wIIeIIice witeme
ice e was arrested shortly after the tbeir aloe aloer aloeFfowing ararkr
kr r
Fallowing FJlo Mr Brest Mr Mrp a ap Brvbid Brvbidp
p ie ed < i his hisThe cane ea8PAaMaitaI caneAet <
AaMaitaI Aet ttal Deatlt DeatltThE D tk tkTlae
The coroners jury this morning Iaf rea reaad reii reiird rend
d ad rd a verdict of accidental ac t IeDtal < death deathe in ine
it e case of Archie FornsMH Fonuddll the thenan tJteilan motor
nan 111 n on the Washington and Mt Vom V Viiilway Veraa Veraa1dlvoa m mr
iiilway 1dlvoa r > who yesterday fen front t bin bisr JaIBIr
Ir < r while hile speeding apeed toward Mt lt Veiiisa Voaoont y yj Veiiisaint
int j n T Little Hunting < creek and aIItIi was owns1Pd wasii1
ii1 i 1Pd 1PdThu 1 d dTh d dThe
The Th Jury wad unable to tell telldlth whether whetherd
d dlth nth was the result of ofim drowning or orfrm
frm 1 im rn the victims victmisTact vid s bend coning eoacct in can cant
t Tact a ct with a trolley y pole or the trestle trestleVMS tlatleH trestleVer
Ver H t the h tittle little creek ill which bin body IteIISg bodysac
VMS g found a f fiiis few minutes after lie w wJsM trttl5ra
ra iiis JsM Batt d from his car carLittle earLittle carLittle
Little Hunting H creek the scene of the thetrident thet1
t1 trident c ident is about one mile above lit litV JIBt bLtV I
V V t rnon rnonThe rnonTbe rnonThe
The funeral of Mrs Francis B B Bv Gs4l GriCmi GriCmiwill s swill
will willm v i II 1e > held from her home JIoDJe i16 a amerce CIIIr CIIIrmfrce
mfrce m rce street tomorrow t IDOIJOv morning at H Ho Dolock 11o
o olock clock The Rev Edgar car Cacnesifeer CacnesifeerGrace enFtr c crace ofrace
Grace race Protestant t Episcopal EpiscupaIChureia Church tvfl tvflconduct wIDc trilcnhuct
conduct c n uet the funeral services and the theburial UteJ theburial
J burial b rial will be made in in Bethel BetbelCemeteIy BetbelCemeteIymeeting Cemetery CemeteryA
A meeting of the commuters of th thWashington tile tileIington thett
tt Washington sf Iington AH AHnrn Alexandria and JIlt tt Ver Vern ternon
non n n railway has been called at the therms tiler
rms r m ins of the chamber cham of commerce this tillselung thinevening
evening elungTnStaJlatloc eveninglnstallatioa
Installation services kes were held 1IIJ 1IIJa y yA
A va a Aerie Ae y C Cnir 0rdPr of Eagles last lastr evet evetr
nir r a at which the > new ritual was asem asemft aced acedfo
ft 10 > rthe l Irst rst time in Alexandria AJe Jldria Fol Folvmg FeIiJl Folg
vmg iJl ng g the t installatloii a banquet was wasf WaSM wasrest
> f re M l at lagners s Cafe CafeA Cafepl Cafea
A dplcgatiofi pl tior of Alexandrian left this thisi j jIt
It 1 this morning for Richmond to tat fttiri tatr
r i t tre E m mpetirg ting for the purpose of m mcomHfaJ inrrtthg
iri comHfaJ ruing certain chances in the form formi formceriment
i rtvemment n ceriment > rnmnt in V irj irinia inia cities citiesT citiesV t j
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GROTHER T V REFORMS REFORMSMAY REFORMSMAYCAUSE
MAY MAYCAUSE GAUSE BREAK BREAKl1aryland BREAKMaryland
Maryland Leaders Fear Consequence Con Consequence ConI ConIsequence ¬
sequence of Governors GovernorsInsistence Governor7sInsistence GovernorsInsistence
Insistence on Program ProgramAXNAPOUS Programr ProgramANAPOLIS
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AXNAPOUS AX POLIS XeL 1M Jan Jaas 11The 11Thewe The TheWb I Il1d
we Wb l1d le of 1IIuT T Twhether ad Is iatfrelltei iMtt + euted n Sa Sawhether I Iwhpthtr
whether the pleasant relations reIatIMIst be betvven betn
tvven t tn en Governor GevenIorCrotJIenJ Crothers and the other aerSf otherSiite
Sf Siite I It + tP Desaocratic leaders will coa coat eomTwe
t TIIK TIIKi 1IIIe d daring the MSSioII of the Lelis Lelisi Legistire
i tare t Irf > or his faansteace I once on close econ econmv eeoDn seennc
mv n and by rigid carrying out of ofirty oft ofsty
irty t Tty pledges p as to election reform reformrii refo refoi
rii i J reassessment 3 t will force a breach breachTrie breaehT hreaebT
Trie T ice 1 governor VftBer is given Vftt credit for abso absosinf abIMttp absotp
tp > sincerity sinf rity on these points while whilei >
i st < t l believe > th ut tht t many of the old linet line lineuovratic IDeI
t I uovratic managers ma desire to pass passi
i pislatHMJ ilati a which wU will iiI afford the sem Jlelftdue semUK semu
UK due u e of fulfilling fulftD platform pledges but butv buten butih
v iith j ih win amount to r nothing nothinghis notbtn notbtnr
r i his message en Governor Crothers rothen inupon in inupon 11Iupon
> < upon a Statewide State kIe act compelling compellingArties eompetiiaiarties oompelUAfta
Arties fta ties to make uaak nominations nOlll nationa by a at at
t vote It Is certain that most of ofrr ofIr ofmanagers
rr managers ma rs prefer the convention ve1K Oll sys sysTm 8YSom syssrn
Tm om rn which ich they the can control more read readiv
j iv There has already y bee been much mur muriiring rldrins moenrring
iiring about Governor Crothers plans planscurtail pIaDsl1rtailleglslaje plansl
curtail l1rtailleglslaje l rtaii legtelaJve IeR to ive expenses el expenssand IUie8 ad many manythe DIJIYtlt manyt
t the e legislators are clamoring eJaMol1 for forims ffKITI for1ns
ims ITI for oonstituentK It is also likely likelyiat like likehat lik5Ihat
hat iat the governor venaor may tna disagree with his hiswiates hiseiates
1 > wiates > iates as to the form of the new newiriTwised DeWpoT newrtced
iriTwised poT > os d amendment amend t to the constitution constitutionunail NJDstit8tio11nrtait constitutionnrtail
< unail the colored red vote voteThe voteThe voteThe
The governors plans will have a firm firmrlherent fi1lllfhernt firmadherent
adherent in Adam Peeples the new newshaker DeWJakr newtaker
shaker > of the > house and much depends dependsuM
up uM u > n the attitude of Arthur P Gorman Gorman1r Gonaaai
i 1r r who is president t of the senate senatei aenatecorman
i Gorman nnan has shown she an economical bent bentbut beat beathut beatbut
but may break with the governor entOr entOrrlrposed on onproposed onrrposed
proposed election legislation legislationTRAINMASTER I legislationTRAINIMASTER oa oaTRAINMASTER
TRAINMASTER KILLED KILLEDDANV1LLB KILLEDD KILLEDIANVILLE
DANV1LLB D VILLE Ill Jan 6Tom Tom TolDtw During DuringTV
TV n ho as trainmaster for 4he he big dr drijses etrSf dc dc3SCS
ijses 3SCS Sf had passed ed UDlCathed uns > cahed through throughmany thruugttman throughmany
many man dangers and who was known to tocircus tGdrcus tot
circus t and railroad people the country countryever rount rounttr countryever
ever tr was killed in the Big Four F Fhtrt yards yardshere yardshere
here yesterday 14e H was Waswitehman working wot king a an a aEOT aswitchman
switchman aDd lipped of a ative locomo locomotive
tive pilot pUGtBOT pilotBOY
BOY HELD FOR FOR TRIAL TRIALTVH6T TRIALEST TRIALWrXT
TVH6T EST CHESTER Pa Jan 50Wil tWilIiam S 50William Wil William ¬
liam J Carnathan jr JrY sixteen sixteenIr years yearsM yeslrsI
M I ms IIS stun it t hearing before ore Justice JusticeTaxson JusticeTax Justice1axon
Taxson Tax Qn > on the charge of shooting and andkilling a ak1l1n andk
k1l1n k killing 111n John H Dahl > who bad gone to tothe tolf tohF
the lf hoys1 home on Friday FrIda to arrest him himi himlarnatban himcarnathan
larnatban i a mat ha u was committed to jail jailbarged jailh3rgfd jailCharged
barged with ith murder in the first ft t degree degreeand degreeand gree greeald
and its ease will come up at the Janu January 1anuaI7 January ¬
ary term termS
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BISHOP SATOLLI SATOLLISLIGHTLY SATOLLISLIGHTLY I ISLIGHTLY
SLIGHTLY BETTER BETTERPhysicians BETTERPhysicians BETTERPhysicians
Physicians Hold Out No Hope For ForRecovery ForRocovery ForRecovery
Recovery of Cardinal Ca CardinalTw CardinalTwWeels clinl Two TwoWeeks Tw TwY
Weeks Y eeks 111 111ROME I IIIROME II IIROME
ROME Jan 1 fc 1CanI cCardinra Cardinal Bishop BishopSatoMi IIopSaUJlI Bi t tSatoh
SatoMi who has been critically m terthe for forthe fer ferthe
the last two weeks showed wed a slighttmproveoment slight slightimprovement illattpnwet1HJftt
improvement today The doctors doctOrSever how however bowever ¬
ever hold out no hope for Iris recovery recoverySELECTION recoverySELECTION recoverySELECTION
SELECTION MADE MADEOF 11ADEOF MADEOF
OF PALLBEARERS PALLBEARERSPallbearers
Pallbearers were were today selected ted for forWilliam forrma forWfliiam
William rma H TiwHand the former Gov Government GoverJIntellt Geeeminent ¬
eminent translator who committed rut suicide suiI suiIeide rutride ¬
ride Tuesday y night Irbt at his residence 444 444Massachusetts 444MSSsachiraetts
Massachusetts avenue northwest aertl we t The Thebearers TMbfoartfll Thebearers I
bearers are Joseph T Ireland Frank FrankBlacfcetooe FrankBlack8tette FrankBlackstone
Blackstone I D Phillips and J C CStria CStfi CStein
Stein StriaServices Stfi SteinServices
StfiServIe Services will be held tomorrow after afternoon a1terII afternoon ¬
noon II at 2 oclock from the thetlHR residence residencethe residencesthe
the tlHR Rev George Ge e B Wilson Wi WiIftt ofneiatmg ofneiatmgInterment tfeiati tfeiatiInterment
Interment Iftt t will be made te Gie GieCemetery Gtenweod GtenweodCemetery Glenwe04ceeteo
Cemetery CemeteryTO ceeteoTO CemeteryTO
TO INSTALL PUBLICLY PUBLICLYColumbia PUBLICLYC PUBLICLYColumbia
Columbia C ulllbia Camp carn P No 1JJB5 Modern ModernWoodmen II liiodernWoodmen
Woodmen of America will hold an open openmeeting opffttng openmeeting I
meeting tng and public installation in themain the themain thein
main in hall of Phythian i hyth is Temple at atNinth 112 112Ninth 1049Ninth
Ninth street lt northwest this evening at atS ato atoebck
S oclock o The TheKOgI1UK program of entertain entertainment 6IttertaSRMfIIt entertainmoat ¬
moat will include Jlt tMlea a magical and vaude vaudeville eIle vaudevlle ¬
ville Ile entertainment after which there therewiH t elewill therewilt
will be dancing a
r MOROC MOROCREDEEMSJBVELS OROGGOS CO S SULTAN SULTANREDEEMS
RtUttffld REDEEMS REDEEMSJBVELS REDEEMSJBVELSion JLBIU JLBIUDealers JEWELS JEWELSDeal
Deal Dealers rs Expecting Auction AuctionDisappointed AuctionDisappointed AuctionDisappointed ion
Disappointed By Private PrivateSale PrivateJ PrivateSale
J Sale SalePARIS SaleP SalePARIS
PARIS P AJUS Jan t 5 S5uUan Sultan Mute Iulat Had Haftdof HaAdo Hadof
of o Morocco today toda paid the Mont de dePiete dePIet dePiste
Piete PIet or national pawnship p waship R blp O 4W ooe and andthereby alMltheret andthereby
thereby y recovered the Jewels of twice twicethis twicetilts twicethis
this value that were pawned pa vned by Abdul AbdulAste AbdulAzIz AboutAsia
Asia AzIz his predecessor Owing owln to the t in insistence insistence insistence ¬
sistence of Mutai the pawnshop bOp yielded yieldeda
a point and surrendered the Jewels despite de despite de deptte ¬
spite the fact that the pawn ticket was wasmissing wasJllta wasmissing
missing missingIn Jllta i iIn
In the collection were many man of the thestate t1tete thestate
state te Jewels e18 of Morocco wo Dealers from fromall flOlRallover fromall
all allover over the world had gathered here herein hereIn herehr
in ex > eciation taUoa of the auction sale of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the collection a iIection and there was keen dir disapeotatment d dap dirapcointment
apeotatment ap and resentment r ettt toward tow rd thegoverament the thegovernment tJHaJJterllmeat
government for concealing the fact of ofthe olthe ofthe
the Jewels jeW redemption redemptionPEARS redemptionPEARS redemptionPEARS
PEARS KILL ELEVEN ELEVENSANTA ELEVENSA ELEVENSANT
SANTA SA MONICA Cat Jan Jan S GTwo GTwoadditionaJ 6Twoadditional Two Twoadditional
additional members of the Marquise Marquisefamily Marquisefamily r8rq r8rqfamU
family famU victims of ptomaine poisoningcontracted poisoning poisoningcontracted poI oniDKcontracted
contracted at a New Year y dinner diedyesterday died diedyesterday diedyeataday
yesterday Eleven ven of the twelve per persons perfIOIIS perSons ¬
sons who partook of tainted pears have havedied 8 havedied ve vedW
died and the one survivor Is not expected ex expected ext ¬
pected t to recover
MUSIC INSTRUCTOR INSTRUCTORIS
IS DEAD AT YALE YALESon YALESon ALE ALESon
Son of Founder of Adams Express ExpressCompany ExpressCompany ExpressCompany
Company Succumbs to toInjury toInjury toInjury
Injury InjuryNEW InjuryNEW InjuryNEW
NEW YORK Jan 6 6StUItel Samuel S San Sanford Senfonl Sanford
ford for many NUI years bead of the music musicdepartment mUicI musicdepartment
I department dep rtment at Yale Y Yale e University and a ason ason
son of Henry Sanford founder f ef r the theAdams t theAdams e eAdams
Adams Express Company Co died today todayat tod todayat y yat
at his h home in this city
He had been III for more than a year yearfollowing yearfollowing eRr
following injuries received in an auto automobile automobile uto utomobile ¬ I
mobile accident in France FranceTOTTEN F FTOTTEN Frauu e eTOTTEN
TOTTEN LECTURES LECTURESON LECTURESON LECTURESON
ON AERONAUTICS AERONAUTICSGeorge
George G e Oakley Totten lectured ast astevenng last lastevening t tevewfug
evening in the assembly auenabl room of the the t 0 Y YM YM
M C A under theauspices t theruepicee u plee of the Aero AeroScientific AeroScieatitle AeroScientific
Scientific Club his subject being Aero Aeronautics A Aero Aerowantics ro roJMWtta ¬
nautics and Its Effect on Architecture ArchitectureMr I
Mr Js Totten illustrated his lecture with withviews wltbdews withviews
views taken front aerial machines lees AIM anti antlmodels antisolos j jsome
some models of monopiancR mo and of ortrlpian a attiplane I Itriplane
triplane after afteV ft Wrists machine machineMAYOR macblne1A machineMAYOR
MAYOR 1A YOR FEARS VIOLENCE VIOLENCEINDIANAPOLIS VIOLENCEINDIANAPOLIS VIOLENCEINDIANAPOLIS
INDIANAPOLIS Ind Jan C 8Fear 8FearIn Fear Fearing Fearlog ¬
log In that rejected and disgruntled of ofnreseekers 0 0tk offieeseekers
nreseekers tk er may do him personal vie violence vloKayor vieenCe ¬
lence enCe Mayor Lew Shank Little Fath Father Father Father ¬
er of the Poor today began his duties dutiesunder dutiesunder dutiesunder
under a special bodyguard headed b by a adetective 8deteettv adetective
detective who shall always He near at athand athand athand
hand to make investigations Inve tlgatloR and aid 1 1suppressing 1 1IAIJ Isuppreesiwg >
suppressing IAIJ threats of violence from rejected re rejected rejecttMl ¬
jected offtceMekers e ceseekers
IGHT WRIGHT MONOPOLY IONOPOLYOF MONOPOLYOF MONOPOLYFLYING
OF FLYING FL YIN FEARED FEEDAmerican FEAREDAmerican FEAREDAmerican
American Aviation Future FutureRests Future FutureRests FutureRests
Rests on Decision In InPaulhan JnPaulhan Int
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Paulhan Case CaseNBW CaseNW l lNBW
NBW YORK Jan 6 6X i ateartiBtBat smbees < st thr thrAere th t tAore I IAero
Aero Club of America and others inter interested httered interested ¬
ested ed in the science ce of aviation are e eprehendYe ap apprehensive a aprekermive ¬
prehensive that aviation fax America Americaafter Amerteafter Americaafter
after January 14 wilt be imposswie rte m many In Inany inany
any other than a machine of the theWright theW the1Ftight
Wright W bt brothers type typeThis tspeThis typeThis
This date Is the time set for Louis LouisPaulhaa LouisraulhaJl Louisraulhea
Paulhaa the French aviator who whoeeme has hascome baacome
come to t America with two t we monoplanes monoplanesand M Deplanesand monepianesand
and two bipiaces t for exhibition sldbldcNf at th thLos thAnsetee thLos >
Los Angeles nt n et beginning January Januaryhere Januaryle
1 le W a appear r 1ft the Unite States Stateshelc court courthere
here to prove that his hkn use of aeroplanes aeroplaneswKh opIaDeswtth aeroplaneswith
with flexible wing wiIIatt te not an infringe iJIfrtDgement infringement infringement ¬
ment of the Wrights patent patentsTJust patentJust patents patentsJust
Just how comprehensive lve the Wrights Wrightspatents Weightspatents W ht htpateats
patents are is not known but the fear fearis fears feuis
is expressed eed that they are I such BuctJ as to togive toctve togive
give the Dayton flyers a practical mon monopoly moncpoly mencpoiy ¬
opoly of the business The granting graatIDga of ofa ofa
a temporary Inju injunction against th the Her HerringCurttec HerrillfCurtiN HerringCurtiss
ringCurttec aeroplane manufacturing manufacturingconcern manufacturingconcern tacturiDg tacturiDgCORCeIn
concern by Judge Haa H Haapl l to m Buffalo It
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No longer are people sat satas satwith
T as t e isfied with soda crackers crackersfroIn crackersfrom
from an open open boxexposed boxexposedf
to dust moisture handling handlingThey
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N atIon crisp tender always fr fresh sh shand
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ISAFER SAFER FOOTBALl FOOTBALlKIRBrS FOOTBALLf
KIRBrS K1HBYSPREDICTION K1HBYSPREDICTIONDistrictRePresentativeMakes f PREDICTION I IDistrict
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1 DistrictRePresentativeMakes DistrictRepresentative District RepresentativePJlakes Makes MakesReport
Report R eport to Commissioner CommissionerMacfarland C ComnjissionerMacfarland Oml1ISSlOner I II
Macfarland MacfarlandSuch
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I Such changes chn in ti 1M e rules governing governingthe erni 1
the game as wiH insure safety ety to the theMm
1 1 I players are predicted by Thomas Kirby Kirbylof Kirbyof I
lof of the editorial staff C The Washtnt Washtnttoo Wasla Waslatea
Mm Times TiDIes and the official representa reprerentaYive representative r ¬
tive of the District of Columbia at the therecent thet therecent taI
recent t meeting of the Intercollegiate IntercollegiateAthletic IntercollegiateAthletic
Athletic Association at New York YorkIn Yorltla Yorkin
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In a report submitted to Commission Commissioner COIMII RIi fter ¬
er Macfarland today Mr Kirby says saysin says saysIn s ys
In regard to the deliberations OIIS of the theIntercollegiate theI theintercollegiate
Intercollegiate I te Athletic Association A 1o to towhich tomicb towhich I
which I went as a delegate appointed by byyou byyea byyou
you I am pleased to report that the theviews theveers I Iv
views v 5 of the District were w the ones oneswatch oneswldch
watch ruled at the meeting meeti IS ii being beingthe be betile beingthe onesj
the unanimous opinion that radical radicalchanges radie81eIIa radicalchanges
eIIa changes must be made at once in thefootball the thefootnaU thetoothall
football rules rulesgiuered ruleSTM rulesThe
TM arbor S strFgesions will be con eDRby condidered
giuered by the nitioBjsJ roles commit committee COIDIDttt committee ¬
tee t and I fed fe J justified m In MI t + aytng > yintr that thatthe thattb4 thatthe
the alterations ait ratioas wH insure a saner uer and andcafer andf andsafer
safer < f game sa in in the future In many re respects re respects ¬ i
spects the representation rep1 tdion was admira admirable admirabh admirable ¬
ble the football enthusiasts enth1 siasts having havingconibtned bav havingcombined I
combined with il their motions the calmer ivalmerjudgment tal calmerjudgment
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judgment of < r college cttl presidents pr ts and pro professors professors I
fessors who wanted tc see the game gameflourish gameflourish i
flourish under proper restrict restrictions nstrictionOr restrictionsOn ions j
Or behalf of if r the th football men of the theDistrict theDistrict theDistrict
District I want to thnnir thank you for your
A conaMtorationg f uU atisws tIon at the most critical cri C81 timem time timein timelit
in the games s life Jlf JlfT Very truly rug
THOMAS T lSU lSURBY KIRBY KIRBYCommissioner KIRBYCommissioner RBY RBYCommi
Commissioner kmer Macfarland said today todayihat todayUat todaythat
that he was much gratified to receive receivethe reeeivethe receivethe
the information contained ntalned in Mr MrKirbys MrKirby r rKirbYs
Kirbys Kirby s report and appreciated his efforts ef efforts eCforts ¬
forts and those of other football ex exl exlrts exerts
l erts > of the District toward towardthe placing placingthe placingthe
the game me upon a safer basis basisWOMEN bLctsWOMEN basisWOMEN
WOMEN DRAGGED BY CAR CARKASTOX CARESTON CARE
ASTON E Pa Jan S iDra Dragged ed a full fuMsqiare fullsqJAre faitsquare
square by a trolley car Mrs rs Charles P PAyers PAyers
Ayers and Xrs iLs Charles Vreeland of oftiis ortiis oftits
tiis city elt were seriously injured The Thewerne TItewoe Thewome
woe were in a carrtege on North Northampton Northampten
orthI
ampton aMpt street 8tr when they were oee struck struckby Mruck1W struckby
by a trolley car The vehicle became becametangled I
tangled in I the fender and with itb the thehorse tbeJIorge theborne
horse was pushed and dragged dra ged a Mock MockThe WDclLThe blockThe
The accident happened Jta pened 81 n a steep steepgrade 8teepgnMIe steepe steepSOCIALISTS
grade gnMIeI e
I SOCIALISTS ACTIVE ACTIVEIfEW ACTIVEI ACTIVENEW
NEW CASTLE Pa Jan 6 GTh The e so secialists socialists 1Mtdalists ¬
I cialists of this city want their party partyname partymune partyname
name placed upon the official ballot at atthe at11be atthe
the coming oomi February election and as asresult a aresult aresult
11be result a special vinter primary will be benecessary bel belnecessary 1
1 1drawn
necessary nece Political lines are never neverdrawn neverI
I drawn here in I municipal l affairs and andnone 81Ml1 andnone
none of o the old parties will demand a aprimary Rprima aprimary
primary prima TY which if held will cost at atleast atIeatt atleast
I least ttS ttSLECTURES L LLECTURES I ILECTURES
LECTURES THIS EVENING EVENINGThe
The Rev Matthew L Fortier S S Ji Jiof J Jof
of Loyola College Baltimore will de deliver de dener tielher ¬
liver a lecture at R Carroll Institute this thisevening thl8ee thisere
evening ee at S oclock o o eloek k The swVect ft teet ect of ofthe orI ofthe
the lecture wM he Joan 10110 ot 04 Arc the theMaid tbeMaid tieMaid
I Maid of Orleans and illustrating Illustr t ng itthere it itthere ItI
there will iII be a number of interesting interestingstereoptieon Interestingstereopticon ftteresUn ftteresUnstereoptkon
I stereopticon views Ie An interesting inter tfn and andentertaining andfntrtainin andentertaining
entertaining e evening > ftio is assured those thosewho thosewho
who 00 attend attendt
t
w
TYPHOID DECREASE DECREASESHOWN DECREASESHOVN DECREASESHOWN
SHOWN BY REPORT REPORTContinued REPORTContinued REPORTContinued
Continued Falling Off Indicated IndicatedSeven IndicatedSeven IndicatedSeven
Seven Reported ReportedSixteen ReportedSixteenDischarged Sixteen SixteenDischarged SixteenDischarged
Discharged DischargedA I
A continued continued decrease hi typhoid 1yph ld fever feverDepartment fe feveris r ris
is shown by tile report or the Health HealtltDep HealthDepartment
Department Dep rtHteat submitted bnttetl to the Commissieaers Commis Commissioners Contmlsiorners ¬
sioners today Seven new cases were werereported wereTEporied werereported
reported and sixteen discharged tltacbaI eel as re recovered recovered recovered ¬
covered leaving 1eavl sevWtyeight tyeiht o OR bandas band bandas baHdAS
with 1tb eightyseven dgbty = seven the
as compared pre previous previous previous ¬
vious vious week and lost durmg tht the same sameweek ameweek sauteweek
week of o last year yearThe yearThe yea yeaThe
The record J of other contagious cOAts1ouseaaes etc etceases disease ¬
eases ease is as follows Diptheea Dipther 3 32 scar scarlet 8eJet scarlet ¬
let fever f er 1SS smallpox JIDA1Ipoi 2 whooping whoopingcough w wlilt wheogtngcough
cough lilt S chickenpox chick X XTtteft 3 3There 91 91There
There were 12f 1t deaths during dAb the thehkeek th thIwee thetek
Iwee hkeek tek 8eYftltysix seventysix among a the whte wh te and andfiftythree aadftftythree andfiftythree
fiftythree among the colored repute reputation roputation reputedon ¬
tion J JTbe
tionThe
The births numbered 13 116 of which 77 77were 77were i7were
were white and 31 coIroed colroerfNEW coIroedNEW coiroedNEW
NEW OFFICIALSARE OFFICIALS OFFICIALSARE OFFICI LS LSARE
ARE INSTALLED INSTALLEDAt
At a meeting meting today of the GruetM GruetliVe GruetMVerrfn Grue f fYerlin
Ve Verrfn rein the following foH wtag offtcers were in installed iRstalled inMailed ¬
stalled for the year 1 1tH President President B BP BP BP
P Rlckenoacker vice lce president Leon LeonChatehvin LCORChatelain LeonChatelain
Chatelain secretary retry Leon Chapuis Chspuftbookkeeper Chapuisbookkeeper Chapuisbookkeeper
bookkeeper Charles Hof treasurer t e surer Ja Jacob Tacob Jacob ¬
cob Bruegger trustees Julius T nus Kgloff Kgloffand EbioKand Egtogand
and Edward S Schmid librarian Jacob JacobSteiger JacobSteiger JacobSteiger
Steiger color bearer Joseph aiettler aiettlerfinance lIettlerfinance Mettierfinance
finance conmittee Adolf Krebs Kt bs John JohnFlorin JohnFlorin JohnFlorin
Florin and John Gutman
BISHOP TO ASSIST I IAT
AT MILLS MILLSBanker FUNERAL FUNERALBanker
Banker Who Died In Cali California California California ¬
fornia Will Be Interred InterredIn
In New York YorkSAN YorkSA YorkSAN
SAN SA FRANCISCO Jan CTie t The The ar arD JarnUfetft4nta arrangements
nUfetft4nta for the f1merat of the late lateD lateD
D O Mills HIs banker and philanthropist phBaathropistwere
were completed eotII etI today It will be held heldtomorrow heMtomorrow
tomorrow 1 and Btehop WMnam Ford FordNichols Fortilchols FordNichols
Nichols lchols of the Episcopal Epl diocese of Cal California CIIf Calhenna
henna If will conduct the services at the thei tIiehouse thehouse
i house assisted by y the Rev Dr N B BW BW Bw
W Gallwey rector of St St MatthewsEpiscopal Matthews MatthewsEpiscopal XatUtewsEpIecoptLl
Episcopal Church at San Mateo of ofwhich ecwhich ofwhich
which the dead MIMIbanker banker was a comnnia comnniacaat COIIUfIIBI COIIUfIIBIeBt comgmncant
cant eBtThe cantThe caatThe
The body will bf li taken to New N ew York YorkI YorkOft Yorkon
I on a special train trai accompanied by Mrs MrsIVhitelaw XesWhitela MsgWhitelaw
IVhitelaw Reid h daughter d and Ogden OgdenMills Ogdentll8 OgdenMilie
Mills tll8 his son sontl MntI sontI
tI was as stated stat d t today day that the will Is tete Isto isto
to be probated in New York YorkBOSS YedcBOSS YorkBOSS
BOSS SUES MINER MINERWIIKESBARRE MINERWIJKESBARRE MINERWIIKESLARRE
WIIKESBARRE Pa Jan IEdwin IEdwinJones sEdwinJones Edwin EdwinJones
Jones docking boss at one of the mine minerof mineof minetor
of the Ieh Lentil L > bh h I Wilkesbarre Coal CoalCompany CoalCom CoalCompni
Company Com n ha has brought suit for 5MW 5MWdamages i idamas iOi iOidamages
damages damas against a miner named Mich Michael Michael Michael ¬
ael Zidus Wus for circulating a report thathe that thathe thathe
he had defrauded him out of a a car of ofcoal ofcoal ofcoal
coal
I
lxlieted t htlie > tieed eel to foreshadow fCIY < hadQW a decision full fullprotecting ully ullyI ullyprotectin > yprotecting I
protecting protectin the Wrights WrightsIt
It Is believed be that no decision will be begiven begtveaa begiven
given m In Paolh PaIlhns ns n case until after he hehas bebu heban
has completed his American engage engagements etteasemen ensgagementL ¬
ments men l
May Fly In Meet MeetWhite MeetWIIih MeetWbite
White members of the Aero Club of ofWashington orWaalttaotOft ofWashington
Washington hold the same opinion ss ssmembers J5bers asmembers
members bers of the New York organization organizationIB orpatzatie1ft
IB regard rep to to the probability of theWright the theWright tINWti5t1t
Wright broth Dr9t brptheeps getting virtually vlrtaaJ1 oboe absolute aiMioJute oboelute ¬
lute control of airship manufacture Is IsAmerica J JAIhftica lxAmerica
America they the believe that Glenn H HCnrttes H HCurt HCurtiss
Cnrttes Curt will not be prevented from fly flying ftTIn flylag ¬
lag in the international meet this year yearIt yearIt yearIt
It was recalled this morning mona by Sec Secretary Secretary Secretary ¬
retary Albert Zahm ZaJ of the Aero Club of ofWashington DCWash ofWashington
Wash Washington that when heJa Wlttmr Wright Wrightwas Wrightwas
was instructing iD the army officers of eenl at atCollege atCoIee atCollege
1 College Park he announced that any anylegal allYaetlon anylegal
legal action he was then CMitempiatiag CMitempiatiagagainst ewatemplattBtI cntemplathigaaahwt
against Curttes would not prevent his bteparticipation bisJLUW1n hisparticipation
participation hi the international meet meetThis medThis
JLUW1n JLUW1nthe the n nWrlcbt
I This te said to have been Wttbur WttburW IVIbarWtighte
W Wrlcbt rights plan because of the fact that thatCurtias thatI thatCurtiss
Curtias Curti won the Gordon Bennett Ben ett Cup
I last year yearAnother YfarADOtbeI yearAnother
Another argument argument that Curttes would wouldrepresent wouklrepre wouldrepresent
represent t the Unit United d States Stat ha the famous fa famous faJDOt ¬
mous cup an air match was confirmation confirmationtoday eoa nDationtoday confirmationtoday
today of tt Ue = announcement in New NewYork N NYodt NewYork
York that if Curtis is legally re restrained re restrained re restraIIIed ¬
strained from using the Machine on onAero onwhleb onwhich
which the Weights claba patents the
Aero Club of America win make ke ex extreme extrewe exiretae ¬
treme effort t reach some agreement agreementwith agreementwith
with the Wrights WrightsThomas WrtgbtTIIoIDa8 WeightsThomas
Thomas F Walsh W pre president Weat ef the
local organisation ntzation says y that lie has hasevery Jta8eery hasevery
every hope that when the International IDt Internationaleronaut Rat1ollai <
Aeronautic eronaut Anr Association AJa < + OciIion convenes co Ye1N15 in inthe
Paris 011 January H next next to decide Oft
the place for the next meet they will willATW 11I
elet the B4JtJJPbLeWubIDgtOft site
Deal College PArk PArkEXPECT ParkEXPECTBIG
EXPECT EXPECTBIG BIG DEMAND DEMANDFORSPACE DEMANDFORIPACEAT
FORSPACE FORIPACEAT ATW ATWPromoters AT SHOW SHOWPromoters SHOWPromoters
Promoters of Local Auto Ex Exhibition Exhibition Exhibitlon ¬
hibition Surprised By ByPresent ByPresent B Y YPresent
Present Indications IndicationsBy
By HARRY WARD WARDTfce WARDlite WARDThe
The first meeting of tRe automobileihaOar automobile automobileteraoon e eIIIIow
IIIIow oil iitiee ee was held yesterday ai aitftIIOOII aft
teraoon t rnoon and consfderabfe important importantP importantbaalrlma
baalrlma P ut B was transacted The meeting meekwan meetingwas tInfattended
was attended by all the directors rc rcceatry
ceatry named by Chairman W C Long Longby Longas
u well as by B R Johnson Job1UlOD who will willmsnage willthe wiltttta
msnage ttta nge the show According A to the re report re report report ¬
port submitted by the hitter It looks looksfrom looksfn looksfrom
from from present indications that there e will wMIbe willbe willbe
be so great a aeroand for or space ngsc in the theshow 11Mbow theahow
show that it will be utterly impossible impossibleto
to accommodate all who are anxious to toexhibit tuex toexhibit
exhibit their cars When Whe the show sho was wasfirst wasDnrt wasfirs
first scheduled H was thought that with withtb withtIM withthe
tIM tb big floor space available Ia m Conven Convention Coaveau Convention ¬
tion Hall all applicants could be pro provided provtdt4I provWtd ¬
vided with sufftdent spaee spree m bt which to tohow toIIIIow toshow
how their Dtt models But as soon soonae MOIlthe soonas
ae the date > was as denniteiy announced announcedaad aanouacedf announcedfug
f fug January aDUIJ 4 a ru for soce set ill illaDd inand
aDd Manager Johnson has had his hands handsfull baIIdfuD handsfull
full satisfying ti l the demands made upon uponban uponIdIn uponhim
ban by exhibitors hibitons who want to be Mentmed iden identified identitled ¬
titled with Washingtons Wash OfttI first fintCOIRbI Srstcombne4automobile combined combinedautomobile ed edautomobile
automobile and aeronautical Show w He Hete HeIs HeIe
te negotiating for display dLspiayln in this city cityof cityof
of a number of the special features of ofboth ofbotIa ofboth
both the New York shows > together with witsthe withthe withthe
the features which be has originated originatedhimself origiDatedllilD8eit originateshimself
himself and which have been suggested suggestedby
by the show committee These in eom eombiastioa eombIIIadoIa centhisties
biastioa with the work of the ant artteismad aaDd artistsand
mad decorators will serve to make thecoming the thecoming thetIOIIIiII
coming exhibition exht e hlMdon one of the most beau beauttfnl be8ubfol beauttftii
ttfnl and artistic displays which chever IMS IMSever baever
ever been held in this cityDierianing city cityDiscussing cityDIec
Discussing DIec the show question tIen Manager ManagerJstmijon XaIIa ManagerJohnson er erJeIuIsoD
Johnson said To the eider o aider who te isnot tenot tilOt
not connected directly l tly wkh with the auto auioaicbil automobflrfmdustrv uto utoiDd1I
mobflrfmdustrv aicbil try iDd1I it is w a a matter matt < of w WOII WOIIM won wondtr n ner =
M er as to what causes the automobile automobueshows edlO automobileriots
shows dlO held throughout the country to tonave toba tohave
nave ba such a strong hold upon the pubde publie pub public ¬
lie lid to act as such h drawing dra cards cardsto cardste cardsto
to alt classes whether b tlM > r it be the class classrchases cla8sllrat classthat
that purchases rchases automobiles or that class classcuriosity cla58wbich classwhich
which attends a1 automobile show front frontt fromeutlosity
eutlosity curiosity t alone Dealers meet the buy buylag 00 00publi buylag
lag public < make new acquaintances and andsecure ADdecule andsecure
secure the > names and addresses of those thosewho thosewbo thosewho
who are really interested and intend topurchase to topurchase t tJUIdt1Ule
purchase Many people lured lu to auto automobde autoIIIObiIe automobile
mobde shows by the fine decorationsgood decorations decorationsgood decorationspJGd
good music and exhibits of > f higlily hig iiy pot polished poJIMed potbused ¬
bused chassis and luxurious new models modelseat modelsoath
cat oath b the enthusiasm while there and andeither andekIaer andeither
either puxaa pu case a car or go away with witha wi witha tit tita
a resolution made mad that they will pur purchase purrIIIase purchase ¬
chase in the near future fi ftttre ture Automobile Automobilesbtrws AutomobUeWS Automobileghrrws
sbtrws WS have become big institutions illtl tu ons and andare aDdaft andare
are becoming more popular with thegeneral the theJ
general general J publ public = with every succeeding sncceedmgyear 1lUCCeedinItJt succeedingyear
year yearWith +
With ItJt the dose of the racing season seasonthe seasonthe n nthe
the members of the ChalmersDetroit ChalmersDetroitteam Cbal1aersDetroltteam ChalmersDetroitteam
team are turning to other occupations occupationsfor
for the < winter Jo lOft Matson and Lee LeeLorimer LeeLorimer LeeLorimer
Lorimer are preparing to attend the thevarious theTarious thevarious
various automobile a1 shows as demonstrators demon demonstrators demonatrator ¬
strators of the ChalmersDetroH Chalme Detrolt ex exhibits EXhiblts exblbits ¬
hibits Billy Knipper Is going jpg to Mexico Mexicowhere Xexieowbere Mexicowhere
where he will try to lowex 1o 1 a few fe rec records recwhile eecords ¬
ords while Bert Dingiey Din ey will spend the thewinter thewhiter thewinter
winter in California Owing to their theirmany theiray theirmany
many daring exploits on automobile automobilerace automobilenaee automobilerace
race tracks Matson aL and Lorimer will willwR willuatoubtediy 111 111ou
wR uatoubtediy onbtedly ou attract much attention at atthe atIDe atthe
the shows Matson is scheduled tobring to tobring t4the
bring the ChalmersDetroit exhibit to tethe totile tothe
the Washington show showTie dnoWT ebowTie
+
Tie T Michelin Tire Company announces announcesthe anBOUReeB anBOUReeBthe announcesthe
the selection ion of J HauvetteMichelin HauvetteMichelinas
as vice vIe president and general I manager managerof JRaBa managerof er eroft
of oft the company com any in the place of J C CMatlack Cfatlack CMatlack
Matlack who w1 resigned Ded several weeks weeksago weeksao weeksago
ago The new w official is a nephew epbewEdouard of ofEdouard ofEdouard
Edouard Michelin president p t of the four f Ur
Michelin factories at > rIes located in America AmericaFrance AHteric8 AHteric8rDCey AmericaFrance
France rDCey England ntland and Italy He has hashad hashad hasbad
had long experience abroad abroadWilliam abroadWilliam abroadI abroadWilliam
I
William Mitchell Lewis head of the theMitchell theMitchell theMitchell
Mitchell Motor > otor Car Company has re returned re returned returned ¬
turned from rom an extensive trip abroad abroadHe abroadHe abroadHe
He toured several thousand miles in inFrance InFnmee inFrance
France in a sixcylinder Mitchell While WhileIn WhileIn Whilein
In London Mr r Mitchell dosed a contract con contract ¬
tract with Lavey Brothers to take tak takM8 5SW SSlitiAN
099 worth of Mitchell cars during duri l the thenext thenext thenext
next five years yearsA yearsA ears earsA
+ T
A number of automobile dealers left leftup leftyestenlay leftyesterday
yesterday for New York to see the Wind Windup windup
up of the Grand Central Palace P show showi showand showand
i and the beginning of the Madison MadisonSquare XadlsonSquare MadisonSquare
Square Garden en show Among them were wereLester wereLester wereLester
Lester D Moore Jr Charles E E Miller IlIlerWillIam MillerWilliam
I William Jose L L Isenberg JtIeDbe Napoleon NapoleonHB1 NapOleonHBI NapoleonHll
HB1 and A Stanley Stnle Zell There will be bea begenera bea
a general exodus of dealers to the show showdurme showdu showduring
during du the next few fe days daysThe daysThe daysThe
+ r
The L L I P Dorsett Company received receivedy receivedwont eived
wont y e da y that the Mitchell exhibit ex exwas exhl
hibit hl at aty atthe t the 5 ew York show was s atuacttag at attracting attracdng ¬
tracting a great deal l of attention Itoccupies It Itoccupies Itoccupies
occupies a conspicuous C canspicuonsR position on the thethe theof themin
min thorn of the exhibkioft exh 1M ball L For Fortile aForthe
the first time the Mitchell tteReiI makers are areshowing area aresowing
showing a sixcylinder car which iesold ie iesold issold
sold at a popular T priceT price priceThe priceTbe priceThe
The Wayne lry Davis Motor Company Companywhich Comptknywhick Companywhich
which recently 1l acquired a utred the agency eney for forthe forthe forthe
the Eerett Ii W m m Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaMaryland PennsIa PennsyhvsaiaMaryland ia iaM1IrylaricJ
Maryland District of Columbia and andVirginia andV andVirginia
Virginia V ia will continue to represent the theMatbeson theIat theMatbeson
Matbeson Iat eSOft in Philadelphia Mr MrDavis MrDavishas Davis Davishas D vis visbag
has been the sales manager for theMa the theMaUieson theXatileeon
Ma MaUieson in the t Quaker City for a year yearor 3e yearor r ror
or f fJohn raore raoreJohn Qore
4 4ToRn
John Larkin manager Jftll of the Motor MotorSate MotorSaJeac MotorSalon
Sate SaJeac Company Co pany report the th sale of ofXo8n a aMoon aMoen
Moon baby tonneau to the H f Harper Har Harper Harer ¬
per Company Rtp IIS 11 Q street northeast northeastRARE aortheactRARE mor thnst thnstRARE
RARE SPECIMEN SOUGHT SOUGHTBUTIABA SOUGHTBUTIABA SOUGHTBUTIABA
BUTIABA Jan t c Colonel Ct + lomel Roosevelt Rooseveltand Roo Rooseveltand eeltand
and the others of the American expedi expertlition expedition expedition ¬
tion have arrived from Holma From Fromthis Frontthis
this point the tb party willTnake will make a ahunt ahuntleg hunt hunting huntt1Jl ¬
I leg trip on the Lado Enclave Enc ave in search searchof searchof searchof
of the white rhinoceros rhinocerosa
a
PLAN FOR PENSIONS PENSIONSIS
is GIVEN APPROVAL nmiProposal APPROVALProposal APPROVALProposal
Proposal to Retire Super Superannuated Su Superannuated er erannuated ¬
annuated Government GovernmentClerks GovernmentClerks GovernmentClerks
Clerks Indorsed Indorsedaary IndorsedCoatiwed
C Coatiwed R811 roM PInt Psi Psinary
nary clerical force of the theice einsslded I L Ij core coreIce erY erYlee
ice will be retired l at the age c seventy seventysixty MINIItyJetter seventyletter
letter carriers at tile age c suetyflue suetyflueand IItdy lve lveaDCl
and railway molt clerks at tile a o o8Ixt ofMxty
sixty 8Ixt year yean 7 Thai is became the letter lettercarrletg tette tettecarriers Jetteearriers
carriers are exposed to active service servicein serviceIn e eIn
in all sorts of weather and under try trying trymg tryhi ¬
ing hi eoajsitfamg and the railway railwayclerks mail mailclerks II IIclerks
clerks work under a greater aayufeal IIIIsro4ealao4 pbyntcaland aayufealclass
and mental strain than IUIJ say eOIec class classta clangIn as asIII
ta the ehuatined cla lfied servicePlano service serviceThe
Plano Cai Censidood CensidoodThe elocL elocLThe
The President and his Cabinet as wax waxexclusively wuexehl wasexclusively
exclusively exehl lYdy stated in Too Time ten tendays tendays tendays
days ago agorfve Aye long been trying to ar arrive arrivo
rive at a definite deda t pfeui pla for retiring the theaged theaged
aged 8 ed decks and Mr MaeVeagh Xaev te now nowconvinced 110 110CODJaeed nowconvinced
convinced that the scheme sebeo as worked workedout werkedout workedout
out by Mr Brown will be the on cos finally finallyenacted ftIIa11yenacted finallyenacted
enacted Into law lawWhite JawWhile lawWhile
While it is calculated that t the plan planwill plan1t planwill
will 1t at first cost the Government G4aver LAaIt some somethins IIeIDthfn noosething
thins thfn more than 1M 1 LAeUM per aaaam ammo aad aadmay aadmay andmay
may go as high asedllil as J3MMM SM per year in inthe inthe inthe
the next thirty years ye it will support it itself itBeIC itself ¬
self after the thirtyyear period as by bythat bythat bythat
that time all the clerk in the service servicewill lIenicwill servicewilt
will have contributed their own an annuities n81dt1eJt annuities ¬
nuitiesIn nuities 81dt1eJtlB nuitiesla
la making JII the retirement plan a con contributory contrftMltory contributory ¬
tributory one and thus tb avoiding av a civil civilpension ciilpeft8Ion civilpension
pension net D the Administration h Me had hadin hadIn hadIn
in view the fact that all the money moneysoon nev nevhleA moneywhich
which hleA a pen II wouIa eo might mightsoon d1t d1tJIOOIIDe
soon JIOOIIDe he devoted to toncrea increasing the decks deckssalaries cIet1lslrieL clerkssalaries
salaries lrieL
lrieLEagli Eagliak k Scheme SchemeJCr SchemeMr heme hemeXr
JCr M r rMr Xacv cV eagh received a report trom tromfro from fromMr
Mr Brown on the operation of the civil civilpension eiilKN civilpension
pension scheme m Ia England 1aDd There thcost tho thothe th thcost
cost or the pension ranges froM rain I i to toper to3l
3l per cent ut the salaries which rv t tthe to tothe
the active workers When l It Is remembered remem remembered remembere ¬
bered that the total payroll of the das dasproximately desailed
sifted service 0 this Government is a aroxtmat aa aaiwozhaately
proximately roxtmat 3iiOiil XfiiM M1 8 year it is evi evident e ed er erdent ¬
dent d nt that Ulat with a chit pension the theadded theadcIecI theadded
added cost would be H9fIMOI M VA < X > a year it itH itIt ifIt
It cost as it would surely do as much muchas muchas muchas
as the British pension list listIn listIn t tIn
In Administration tration circles the attitude attitudehas attltuyhas attitudehas
has been takes that the Government Governmentcierks Governmentclerks nt ntcierks
cierks are poorly paid and that t t the thetime th thtime thetime
time Is rapidly approaching appr08Chi when their theirsalaries theirsalaries theirsalaries
salaries muet be raised rIIIe4L The argumentfa argument
Is ale afe advanced that the 4ilfi1Gei 4ilfi1Geiwhich sM Olr Olrbleh M Mwhich
which bleh the pension list would cost migii migiibe i t tbe tbe
be used to increase the salaries lanes while whilethe whil whilthe whitethe
the contributory plan of annuities woulI woulIoperate woul1operate troll i ioperate
operate so lightly as not to be burden bundensume buAlensume burdensome
sume on any y clerk clerkThe clerkThe clerkThe
The fact that the Administration Administrationout j jout is isout < =
out for a retirement plan menus that thatat thatat thatat
at last the fight of the Government emptoyes em employes emp ¬
ployes p for such a a scheme te about a ovt tn tomeet t tmeet tnmeet
meet victory Without the influence influencethe > t tthe fthe
the President idellt t the straggle 8t would wouldhopeless wouldhopeless hP hPhopeIe
hopeless hopeless in this Congress Heretofore Heretoforeit HeretoCortIt Heretoforebas
it has been fought by Mr Twney Twneychairman Tawny Tawnyc
chairman c of the House e Committee on onAppropriation onAItProtx1atioB onAppropriations
Appropriation but k Is said on goat goo1authority gone gonetbat goatauthority
authority that be win not continue t toppose tSe1ates toppose >
oppose ft tt
Senates Attitude AttitudeThe AttitB4ieThe AttitudeThe
The Senate is regarded as favorable favorableto
to the plan planaJId and wHhTawaey with Tawaey no longer long longer JoDgIt ¬
er aghttag it in the House its enact enactment enactmeat t tJlHDt ¬
meat into int law Ja seems assured either iv ivI by bythis 1 1this
I this session of Congress ConCongress or the text sesx sesxsion se seslog S SS
OIL sionIn
I I IIn
In many details the kheme Scheme will fi f1low filow f fJew
low that outlined Otn iDed in the Perkins bill of ofwhich o owhich Jr Jrwhich
which Herbert D Brown was tie author au author author ¬
thor In the Perkins bill there is a aparagraph apa aparagraph
paragraph pa J making the collection by th IiiGovernment thGovernment t h hGovernment > >
Government of the contributions every everymonth etrymonth everymonth
month lawful lawfulAccording lawfuLAcconhlQ lawfulAccording
According to the attar moss plan of Mr MrBrown MrBrown MrBrown
Brown a clerk who enters the service serviceat servifat e eat
at fifty years ears on a 1 11314 1369 salary win con contribute eontn contribute ¬
tribute tn ute 79 per cent of bis salary If h henters htnten he heenters >
enters at tae age of twenty he wiltcontribute will willcontribute wiHcontribute
contribute 43 4 per cent of his hisAnv salary
Any clerk ck > rk who has made these t con contributions oonI eontributions ¬
tributions tribtitions to his annuity but leaves yes the theenty thervIce theservice
I service rvIce before reaching the age e of Sy Syent sev seventy
enty ent may draw out o the cash amountof amount amountth aJDOtntof
of the total or what be has paid into intotbeJnd intothe
tbeJnd tbeJndWILLIAM the th ZI fynd fynd1LLI1 nd ndWILLIAM
WILLIAM SELIGltfEETStilMS SELIGMAN SELIGMANMEETS SELIGMANMEETSENDIN
fEETStilMS fEETStilMSSenior MEETS MEETSENDIN END IN PARIS PARISSenior PARISSenior
Senior Partner of Eight EightBrothers7 EightBrothers EightBrothers
Brothers Banking BankingFirm BankingFirm BankingFirm
Firm Dies DiesNEW DiesXEW DiesNEW
NEW YORK Jan IThe The banking bankingfirm lMLDkingfinR bankingfirm
firm of SeHeman a Jt k Co received wont
i today of the death nr hi Paris of William WilliamSeUgmaa WiUlamI WilliamSellgmati
I SeUgmaa the aoeond eldest of the eight esgbtSengman eightSetigmen t ti
i S Sengman brothers and senior partner partnerin merthe
in the firm nrm of Sengman S Freres and Cie Cieing CleI Ciethe
I the Pads branch of the Seligman bank bankI bankItis
I ing I house houseHe bouMHe houseHe
He was born in Bayersdorf Germany GermanyIn
I In 1S IST and came to this country In run teSsettling 1 1I runsettling
I settling c m in Alabama labama Later he came 10 10New lOew coew
New ew York and established a dry goods goodsestablishment loodgestablishment goodsestablishment
establishment with ith his brother In i2 i2the l lthe 1the
the business was converted into the thebanking th thMlJtk thebanking
banking MlJtk firm of J and W SeUgman SeUgmanCo SeIif1aanCo d dCo
Co wit it hbranches in Paris Parts Londonfrankfort London LondonFrankfort Lon on oninmk
Frankfort inmk and San Francisco FranciscoWilliam FnutetscolTilUam FranciscoWilliam
William Selbpnan was dean of Un UnAmerican th thAmerican theAmerican
American chamber of commerce eot lee hi Paris Parisand ParisaJMI Parisand
and a conspicuous figure m the Fremu Fremubourse Fren FrenboU t tbourse
bourse boU Je In 1858 13Si he was made an officer officerof otfiCfrof officerof
of the Legion of Honor by b the French Frenchgovernment Frenengovernt Frenchgovernment
government governmentDuring governtDuring governmentDuring
During the FrancoPrussian I nm PrussiaD war the theAmerican theAmerican theAmerican
American minister E E B Wasburn Wasburnmade Wasburnmade asburn asburnmade
made his headquarters at SeUgman3 SeUgman3bouse Selimanhou8e Se igmans igmanshouse
house and the latter aided him during duringthe duringthe duringthe
the commune He was one OR of the most mostprominent mostproml mostprominent
prominent proml ent figures in banking circles on onthe onthe onthe
the Continent ContinentPRICE ContinentPRICE OI1tiDe11tPRICE
PRICE PLACED ON LEG LEGNfeWARK LEGX LEGNtttARK
NfeWARK X W AR NJ N 1 Jan iLThe The argu argument Ument argument ¬
ment thatone that one of the feminine sex te en entitled entitled entitled ¬
titled to greater damage dam e for the loss of ofa ora ofa
a a leg than mere man would > be failed faJ faJto failedto faifcxito
to appeal t a Judge T e Hefedey het I ley m the Cir Circuit CirC81t Circuit ¬
cuit Court He denied the motion of ofas ofto ofcounsel
counsel to st a a verdict of ofas to toas >
as inadequate I uat which was awarded to toDorothy toD toDorothy
Dorothy D MacDerwott a little girl who whowas whowas ho howas
was run over by a trolley car and suf suffered suffered suffered ¬
fered the loss of A tee Thirty tits thousand thousanddollars tIIoUPnddollars thousanddollars
dollars was W asked aakedGIFTS anitedGIFTS askedGIFTS
GIFTS FOR EMPLOYES EMPLOYESREADING EMPLOYESREADING EMPLOYESREADING
READING Pa Jan Mt HTwo 16 Two Two thou thousand th thousand u uII ¬
sand dollars do was distributed among the the1T theIle
1T 1 Ile employes m Yes of the Reading Paper Mitts Mttsin MittsIn Milisin
in New Year gif gift f yesterday Each j ler lerson r rson rgon
son receives Iet > hes 51 1 for every ery year of employment em employment employment ¬
ployment
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