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14 THE WASHINGTON WASHINGT NTIlfES TIMES TI31E31ONDAY MONDAY JANTAEY 17 1910
LEMMON FAVORS mmPatent FAVORSo FAVORSCONTRIBUTING FAVORSCONTRIBUTING
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CONTRIBUTING PLAN PLANPatent
Patent Office ce Worker De Declares Declares ¬
clares dares Only 9ne One Plan forPensions for forPensions
Pensions Is Possible PosslWeDEPRECATES PossibleDEPRECATES PcssihleDEPRECATES
DEPRECATES ACTS ACTSOF ACTSOF
OF THE OPPOSITION OPPOSITIONDeclares OPPOSITIONDeclares
Declares That Congress Coegre Never Will WillP Willp
P PasS ss s Any Other Measiire to toRetire toRetire
Retire Employes EmployesA EJapIOyesA Emp
A wMId wettdeuwd oMIt nt ntl1pon t t t1pon Insist Insistupon
upon a eejnrlbutory pension pMi ptam far farGovernment 14MGoe ferGovernent
Government Goe t doles was maasnrated taaurat teiI to toHetirement to today today
day aisg memI 3 of the CIYI1 gen1Ce gen1CeRetilelllellt Sv1 Sv1Bet1rezait
Hetirement Association AssociationThey A1Ioc1atIoThey octtIO octtIOTh1
They declare they win main 1co an a aafort ef effort fftort ¬
fort to urge this th as they believe believeIt
It to be the only msthod by which whichpensions wbIeJtnsto whichDflSloflz
pensions nsto may be obtained at an While Whuea
a straight pension to what the tJaedation asso association a acladon ¬
ciation wants waDUI wnt they say 7 the th chances chancesfor dIaDCeSfor chflCSfor
for getting Congress Cogr to pass such suchbest 2 2mfSUre r rmeasure
measure are aIJDOIIt a1mo nil theletore the thebest th
best move under the circumstances dreujilt is isto Isto
to compromise on the contrttratory plan planThe pIaDThe iU
The posttior po l of the element of the theloclaUoB as association assoclation ¬
sociation favoring a contributory plan planis planis
is 1 defined in a letter gtvea J out this thisPatent thismorniDg thisnonlng
morniDg by Charles ati F l Temn oC the thePatent thePatent
Patent Office He says saysYou saysYou ys
You have recently given a eonslder eonslderuabte COIUIIderable
able portion of 70Gr Yaluable uabte apace to tothe totull
a full ex exotlO of the pothiftti oC oCthe
the fate of the pmouosed civil civilpEnslon service servicepension
pension movement JDO t It seems to me that tfcmtrow thstJw
row nw that the proposition Uoa has s reached a astage afit atage
stage fit tage ge where success for any reasonable reasonablesherae reaIIODbIeheme reasonablehme
sherae heme Is In sight Ist It Is worse than thantoolish tbaapollsh thanolish
toolish olish for a few Individuals entirely entirelyt
> t of touch and apparently out of ofsympathy ofmpathy
1 sympathy mpathy with the state of the public publicnd publicnd publicd
nd d official fitda1 mind here In W Wt Washington Washingtonto
to t 0 attempt to foist foi their own views viewson vIewtIon viewsflu
on Congress Con and knock the whole busi business business lsi lsiiiess ¬
ness in the bead beadWhat beacWAat beadWhat
What ArgwMMt Is IsThose Iauihoe
Those who are re advocating the thestraight theptnfght thePtalght
straight G GovernmentpSyttSfl Cover niuentpayttaU tpayUu tpayUufor i ifor iae iaefor
for the penshmteg peaslout of o the thefmploy superannuated superannuatedemployes soperannuatedmoyea
employes fmploy moyea of the service protest ptote against apIatthe againstthe gahtthe
the idea of the employes who are also optng also1cp1ng alsohoping
hoping ptng for an increase in salaries con contributing CODtributin cootributlng ¬
tributing < a regular monthly percentage percentagepayment peneatappayment peita peitapayment
payment to the propose oxe1 1 pension pnoo fid ftytdon fidon td tdon
on the ground that it would tend to Mil Milthe JdJ1the kiltthe
the movement for increased remunera remuneration h reinuneratou a atiOD ¬
tion tionThey
They argue that we would woaldour stuUfy stuUfyour stulttyour
our position in thus attempting D toob toobai to em emtaln oh ohtairi
taln a a plan whereby a portion Oft our 01iI1ready ourready
ai ready too meager salaries 8aIa is to te teing tejthheJd iewithheld
withheld jthheJd for the tonatioa lid earry
irg out of a pension system based on a apro apro apro
pro rata contribution ntribut on They say Y with withfervid withfervid withfervid
fervid emphasis l and every indication of ofholy ofhOly otholy
holy horror that it would knock to tosmithereens tom1thereens tosmithereens
smithereens all possibility of our ever everobtaining everbtaini everbtalning
obtaining btaini any increase in pay payDOtwtth payDOtwtthtnd1ng paynotwithtandIii notwith notwithstanding ¬
standing tandIii the assurance from the JreB1 Presi President Preakdeut ¬
dent and a large 1ar circle of o official officialWashington otacIaIashlnlt ofilcialWashington
Washington ashlnlt On that a reasonable rn increase increaseis
is in all justice due in the clerical sal salaries Iar1ea 1 1aries ¬
aries ar1ea and that strong atun < official agitation agitationand IIIdtadonnd
and nd Tffr reeotiAa < mma int shall be put forth forthrltli torthwith forthwith
with rltli such an outoemeJn outcome in view viewJf viewf viewx
Jf Time Ti t a QuarreL QtIaneLFor Q QuarreLYor arzeL arzeLFor
For one o I believe fleve that this is BO BOnif JIGme asme
me for bickerings mm mmTure to tile th JDOde oC oCt ofiire
< < Ture tlre mir aecry timm i y to toi eeaure a peDIIIea peDIIIeaelDl1t
r i t rement system BJ or whether this thisT thisian
T T ian an a n or that one Is most desirable It ItBehooves Itehoows Ithoovea
Behooves hoovea those in authority in th the Be Betlremeat Be Betiremeat Betirenient
tlremeat Assoclstlou to recognise the thefact thefat thefaet
fact that no pension legislation which whichpTnands wIaIdiflpmands
pTnands < that the Government pay y it itH
H 1 U 1 has the remotest rfmot mote t chance now or In faxt infuture
t 11 future of being enacted Such a affvstem atfm
ffvstem tfm is unfair and undesirable and andfact an4i
i > < fact that the President t Congress Congressrl Con
rl 1 moot of the Government ovnt officials officialsT
T iated ated here are dpposed to It should shouldir
< ir 1 T > tn < r1 the eyes of some of those enthu enthusiasts euthuiast enthuiast ¬
siasts iast iast who have been intrusted intrus with withthe withthe withtho
the Interests of the membership rahtp of the theRetirement theRetiement theRetiremoot
Retirement Association AseocIatioJa to a a realiza realization ¬
tion that further agitation of such a
forlorn hope will only serve to consign consignthe consignthe
the entire scheme to the theWaste Congressional Congressionalwaste Congressionalwaste
waste basket basketA baaketA heaketA
A straight civil pension Mat would
be an imposition on the Government Governmentand Governmentand Governmentand
and the taxpayers 1 xpayers and would tend to
kill every spark of thrift hi the Gov Government OovErnmeut 0evfrnmeut ¬
ernment employe who would thereby
be officially encouraged to make ab absolutely ab abfoIuteIy absolutely ¬
solutely no attempt to provide for the thefuture theftrturesafe thefuturesafe
future ftrturesafe safe in the knowledge that when
he Is down and out 2nd a d has h outlived outlivedi18
his i18 usefufceae 1l3eluLeaI In the service erv1ce a paternal paternalgovernment paternaigOTernmettwlll paternalgovernment
gOTernmettwlll government will come to his relief each eachmonth eachmonth eachmonth
month with the necessary funds to pro provide pro provide ¬
vide for or his wants on his trip down downthe doWDthe downthe
the hill of life It would be a strain strainon strainon strainon
on the treasury of the nation UIoD as it
has been on Er EXgland aJd now nowunder staggering staggeringtinder staggeringunder
under the burden of one of the great greatest gretEtIt greatet ¬
est of national debts England has hasthe hasthe
the straight civil pension list as I un understand undemaDd understand ¬
derstand it It and It would be only GIllyQuestion a aQuestion aquestion
Question of time before such a a system systemwould syst systwould systvou1d
would be a drain too hard for even eventhe evet1 eventle
the t1 > e fat Income I of Uncle Sam to with withstand withstand withstand ¬
stand standIaereue
Increase Ia Salary SalaryA
A decent increase acr in t 11 j salaries of ofthe OIlthe otthe
the employes say from 10 t to 15 i per percent percent
cent and a fair and reasonable com compvlsory COIDri
pvlsory ri payment out of each employes employesmonthly empIooesmonthly ernployesmonthly
monthly salary to itin T ho <
a a pension pensionfor pemdoaror pensionfor
for old age and faithful service servic is what whatany whatIs
18 needed and Is the only thing that thatany thatany
any selfrespecting < Government Governmentploye f1D f1Dp1oye m mploye
ploye desires or expects to secure With Withthe Withthe Withthe
the assurance that their full share sharewith sharewith
with Interest would be returned to ev every every evcry ¬
ery employe who left the service be before be before before ¬
fore reaching the eligmle period for forretirement forretirement forretirement
retirement it does not seem rn to me ne that thatsuch that1Iu thatsueh
such 1Iu h an enforced fOnfo monthly JIIODth saving from fromeach bomeach fromeach
each clerks salary could be considered a agreat abreat agreat
great hardship
President Taft Tan his hI official advisers advisersand advisersnd advisersand
and nd a large following in Congress S real ¬
ize that conditions 1n in the service are arenot arenot areItot
not altogether as they should be beA beA
44 A reclassification of o the many ny post positions ¬
tions In the departmental service in or ¬
der to enable those doing the same class classof clasn dassnf
of n work to receive equal grading and andpay andpay andpay
pay a reasonable Increase to salaries es to toenable toenable toenable
enable us to keep up with the onward onwardand OIIwarda onwardnd
and a nd upward march of the prices of the thenecessities theY1 thenecessities
Y1 necessities eqtles of life and aa equitable sys BfS ¬
tem for retiring from the service ervioethOfle ervioethOfleWho those thosewho thosewhr
who whr by reason of old age and tang
Fervice have outlived their opportuni opportunities ppOr opportnt lbnl lbnlties ¬
ties t it elsewhere el ewheretheeere these are the theneeds greatest greatestneeds greatestneeds
needs In the service RIJke at present presentThere presentCoIIr iwesentCongress
CoIIr Congress SeeIu SeeIurbere See ilhig ilhigwThete i
There is no doubt In my mind bat batthat batthat betthat
that Congress would make a reasonable reasonablelump responabielump e e1ump
lump sum appropriation to t put pj into ef efsystem efftct offect
ftct and operation sonie good peD8IoD peD8IoDEItem peneosS
system that would be self eIfMn aelfsustalnii aelfsustalniiwbon sustaining S I Iwhen
when Mn once under way waySow wayNow f I
Now that Congress cmgr to interested and andwilling S Swilling
willing II to aid a retirement movement S
founded on an equitable and business S SS
like basis it HI becomes a few assertive assertivethough assertivethough W l tI tIthough
though no doubt wen meaning mem 1 1throw
berg of the reth retfreiDeiit t association tion to tothrow
throw bricks m In the machine or o to toadopt toadopt toadopt
adopt as a slogan a stralghtpension stralghtpensionornothrag straIghtpeosIonlnothlD straightpensionrnothtug
ornothrag < yelL It will mean meanas nothing
as sure as fate fate and it would seem
that selfprotection would induce ace these 5
to get together t on some plan that prom promTne
ises a chance to wtn wt 1K 1KThe ut utThe
The forge to gwwincr lJknr giowinsthe n Je the Iron is at ata ata I IWhere
a white heat heat DOW fa the time to strike
Where h e is I the th man of the hour hourCHARLES hourRARLES hourCHARLES
CHARLES < F LKMTHON
Pmted United States Patent Office Officef
f
BEAUTY OF JAPANSHOWN JAPAN JAPANSHOWN
SHOWN IN PICTURE PICTUREBurton PICTUREBarton PICTUREBurton
Burton Holmes Travelogue Tra TrYeIOUe Deals DealsWith DealsWith DealsWith
With Mikados Mikadosits MikadosDomain MikadosDornaim
Domain DomainJa DornaimJapan
Japan Ja all its beauty ty aM aMU I Ia
its h a hinssninif 1tIUl easows flowers 8 flowee trees u uGeIBII ees eeslakes shrttbfcerj shrttbfcerjlakes
lakes and Geisfca girls PrM was s the t tJect swfe swfeJeet sub subest
Jeet J est of Barton Holmes travelogue tr trlivered travogu de delivered do dovered ¬
livered U vered at the Columbia Theater test testnight JaIIItrkt lastight
night n ight by Wright Kramer KramerThe KramerTIle KramerThe
The lecture cjtuteted of a eeotteuanoe eeotteuanoeof oo co5tiflOUOf
of o f beautifully colored pictures of the theMikados tileMIkados theMlkados
Mikados bright domain It was Mr MrKramers KrKramers MDKrameYs
Kramers intention to devote his ad address a4 a4drea adress ¬
dress d ress entirely to the new Japan but butinasmuch butlnaauch butnasmuch
inasmuch i as the eld ldu Id Japan IS so much muchmore muchJDOIe muchmore
more artistic and quaint he couldnt couldntresist couMntesist t tIeIIist
resist r the temptation lDpta lon to show a score scoreof IICOftot scoref
of o f pictures of the th Japan that we all allknow 1tkDow allnow
know k now from ole oJ picture books garden gardenlanterns pIdenlanter gardenanterns
lanterns l s faadfam taa fau and aIH1Po8Bibl screens screensthe ticreensPossibly
Po8Bibl Possibly the DeMIt in intere3tIfl part ot otthe ofthe
the lecture vras that in which Mr MrKramer CrKramer r rKramer
Kramer took toe his audience around the thefamous thefamous theamous
famous f amous Fuji mountain the snow peaks peaksof peabof peaksf
of o f which are familiar throughout the theworld thew theNext theworld
world world3iext worldNewt w
ov Next week the travelogue will be e de derated Ieeel dooted ¬
rated v eel to Hold old Japan JapanDU JpaILDU JapanDU
DU PONTS TO BUILD BUILDNEW BUILDNEW
NEW OFFICE HOME HOMEPowder HOMEowler
Powder P owler Company Buys Real R l Estatefw Estatefor Estate Estatefor
for Duplicateof Duplicate of Present Struc Structure Structur Structurd ¬
ture tur in Wilmington WilmingtonWILMTKGTON Wilm WilmingtonWILMDtGN O OWII1IINGTON
WILMTKGTON Del Jan 3 17 11deal 17A 17AoM A AHHMM
HHMM U oM deal 4 la 1 a real estate having for forits torU tarts
its I ts purpose a duplication of the present presenttwelve presentweivo
twelve t story 917 duPont building boldis which whichwas whicherected whichwas
was erected by the R E I L duPont de deXemours de deNftDftDn deNeinnurs
Xemours Powder PGw er company at at aa ap approximate p pproxmate nprouiuate ¬
proximate p rouiuate cost of threequarters of a amillion amil amillion
million mil OR dollars oIJars has h Just became known knownThe kDowBThe knownThe
The matter is one of the most tm tmwtant lmportant lm hoortant
portant p wtant that has ever been projected i iWilmington la larumtngton
Wilmington It means that the duPont duPontPawder duPontte duPontowder
Pawder P owder Company will in an probability probabilitybuild probabilitYuild I Ice
te = =
build b uild a counter f jtart srt of the present of office ofee ¬ j
fice fl ee building tncreby tbE reby doubling the size sizeof sizeof sizef
of o f the struttire wherein the company companyhas companyhas companya
has b a its headquarters J
I HIS BROTHERS BROTHERS KEEPER I
sYJM1Ml S yso ftf Chapters ers Already PahHahc PahHahce P1tIiiiIAe PabbiMk
Mk Los iii iDeal 1 et 1Pr Owl V VJR St Sta
a in4quet JR Bseta aDd ths a J Jfill gisesSt
fill e < wIDe wh Into hi J f fae ft e Both Bothployed sees are em empJGoe4 employd
ployed la the PbtadQ Ph IadeIpIUa aJa omc oSlo of ta taAaron the theBUIT theAaren
Aaron Burr Company piny Hugh L Lfcto X XIt Losb
fcto b brother from the table Mark COQ eottbe eonf
1 that that sa ocd r to be able to uk aa for fOCtile
tile hand of Hilda Grave Gra he has hesses taken takenfftm takeDIa
fftm ses la bends he from tb tIM ftrma safe for fora fOCa fora
a few dart to me la jmtuag putU Uuoogfa UIIoatbdeAl tbrou h m mdeal adeal
deal and that Vaogha Vanh knows the truth tnrtbHngn truthHugJa truthBush
Bush Le Lee ate aJ lores Hilda RUd Gntvec era erati bat batthinks butthinks
thinks ti DJuJ that thattb she be loves his bJahh bsther bsthertakss
takss p5 hh IIIotber ea7a coMabIs coMabIsI cosintfllbs
I tb tile bonds and soe goes to Philadelphia after afterm anertonDl aftera
m a formal Interview with HUda OB 2 his hisBaltimore alahe hI hIway
way he aDd the enveIVS veJe08 C in Jy Jye JyCarl iIiaspeTs
aspeTs lie e goes to his bor tens tensin =
in Baltimore where Mark Join him himCarl bbscart
Carl Vaughn hB bursts Into the room roomcfcuwM ro adauWM r rcharpae
cfcuwM dauWM Hark with theft and leaves Je with wtthhis withbI8 withhis
his friend Breech w wMm who has sccosId sccosIdhim 1 1bIa
Mm Mark srk nabee aster bIm him swearing to toI tokill
r
kill I Il him Hugh opens the bond envelop envelopand eInWopeaa4 envelopsand
and finds s a memorandum of aa address addressIn a44reMIn addressI2
In I2 Vaughns handwriting < on one of the theHe tbepen theaeaea
pen aeaea L He Hethat pe 10 the house boueeten se setsr
ten tsr arabs an eDveope tyIng en a t IIetbtnb tablethat
that h he thinks T contains the bonds b and andmshn IIDdI satr
I r mshn from f fr the house vanned by byBMMck bTBnoeck byBreerk
BMMck and a poUoemanIte peiiv Be BeUGUey leaps c a atrailer atrolley
trailer car but is juahbed grb by the 1Maa hs ien iend a aCHAPTER
aa d who bears tbe po4lcns whietla whietlaOHAPThR
tbeCHAPTER
CHAPTER V TA VRACEAXD VA
A RACE RACEAXD AND ITS FINISH FINISHO FDJSiLTall FIX FIXTo
O all intents and putatoses aa I Ithe was wasthe wasthe
Tall To the most hopeless hos and nelptess of ofcaptives oCcaptives ofThe
captives captivesThe captivesThe
The conductor had me by b the thecollar UtecoiJar theeonx
collar collarstop The cat was t fast coming to tostop a atop
stop s top The nearest policemans pnIc nS foot tootalready was wasalready
already rising toward tile t bottom Rep RepThe stepThe
The other t bluecoat bl1Jecothe he with whom whom I Ibad Ibad Iad
bad b ad coHided cOIUdedbad had reached Howard street streetat Rreetat stres stresat
at the head of o his half baJrclrelleed dressed volun volunteer voI voIteer rolunear ¬
teer t ear posse From everywbere ev everywherefrom Ih tiOlll erom the thevery tbevery thevery
very paving < stones thelves so it itseemed Iteemeda itseemeda
seemed eemeda a crowd was running to the thespot thespot thespot
spot spotI spotI
I would be taken redhanded for bur burglary 1Mustar7 barglary ¬
glary for assault a and battery for re resisting re reIIbR1n reslating ¬
slating and attacking att a policeman pAI u and andfor aJMif andfori
for f fori l knew not what hat else At the su sutkm UtJon szlion
lion house the bulky package of boots bootswould boDLwould booswould
would be found upon me meI meI
I verily believe tt Was this late lat t tthe C Cthe
the series of lightning thoughts tjat tJILtaabed tiatdashed I Iflashed
flashed through my overexcited brain brainUMLt wainthat brainthat
that decided ma m on the apparently sui suicidal JUiclda1 uulcAdet ¬
cAdet rashness of my next move moveBe moveBe moveBe
Be that as a it may I tore myself el free freerrom treefrom freefrom
from rrom the coadnrors hold as the car carslowed earslowed carslowed
slowed down anc1 IK with practically the thesame theame thesame
same movement seized him by the thethroat thethroat thethroat
throat and thrust him violently back backward bacItward backward ¬
ward with all the force that was te me meTotally JIM JIMTotally meTOtally
Totally unprepared for such a move movefrom JD movefrom ve vefrom
from a victim who bad shown no ap apparent 11 11parent appszent ¬
parent designs of resistance r ftCIe the fellow fellowshot fellow8hot feltotshut
shot backward off the car platform with withthe Jthe withthe
the speed of a pocketed billiard balL balLI ballI
I am a powerful man and an athlete athleteAnd athleteADd athleteAnd
And despair as they sa salent say ID booJr booJrlent boofre boofrelent
lent me new strength strengthThe 8 strengthThe en enThe
The conductor hurled outward his hisrektxed hillreilxed hisrehxed
rektxed body coming into sharp cata catapultic catapuJtJc cainpultic
pultic contact with wi h that of the police policeman p0liceman policeman ¬
man who was Just In the act of spring springug ¬
ing t ug aboard the car step stepr stepThe stepThe
The r result of 1 1tfeally the meeting was ICO p o otically
tfeally the same as t tcent that of my own re receat re recent
cent contact with the btuecoaf s fat let fellow 181law letow ¬
low l ow officer officerOver omcerOva oiTlcerOver
Over and over rolled the two men menfat menfa menn
I fat n the muddy street juet as the car carwith carwith carwith
with much groaning Ing and squeaki squeakibrakes squeaking of ofbrakes ofbrakes
brakes prepared to come to a a astop sudden suc1denstop suddenstop
stop stopBut stopBut
stopBut
But before either of the two upset men menhad mealhad menhad
had touched the ground I bad given the thebell thebell thebell
bell rope the quick double jerk that al always alwa78 atways ¬
ways signals a motorman to start startThe HartThe MartThe
The car leaped forward from what whatwas whtwas whatwas
was practically s a standstill just as a the thesecond thetIeCODd tih tihsecond
second officer madera made a tooshort leap for fortae lortae foithe
tae farther steps stepsNow stepsNow MopsNow
Now as crones everyostreet who understands understandsstreet uderta udertatreet
street treet car rules wilt know a motorman motormante
Is bound to start or stop his car at once onceon onceon onceon
on signal from the conductor conductorI COD uetor uetorI
I had given the starting signal From Fromhis Fromhis Yroenhis
his place on the front platform the mo motorman JDOtormaa methrman ¬
torman had doubtless beard the theaDd snouting snoutingand shoutAngand
and the shots and had become aware awarethat awaretI1t awarethat
that a struggle gIe or chase cf some sort sortwas 80rtwas S Swas
was occurring occurringHad occurrlngHad
Had the car come to a full uli stop he hewould heor it itwould S
would of course have come running runningdown rumdngdown runnngdown
down the aisle to investigate tlpte But Buteven But Buteven mteven
even while he had been busy putting on onthe onthe o othe
the brake he ha received the signal to togo toso togoon
go goon goonFrim on onFrtan
Frtan onFr1m his place on the front of the thecar theth thecar
car the th motorman could not naturally naturallysee
see with any plainness plainue what wb was trans transTing traDsD1riDg
siring Ting beyond the doorway radius on one onthe 5
the e back platform Moreover during ttwtngthe darIngthe 5
the moments tussei on the th latter plat platform platform piaform ¬
form be had naturally oeen een too much muchoccupied much0CC1IPied 5 5occupied
occupied with the brakes to turn about aboutand boutaDd S Sand
and peer peerNevertheless peerNeverthele
Nevertheless to make Msuiame doub doubly doublY 4oqbty ¬ S
ly sure I I snatched up the conductors conductorsuniform CODd1Ietorsuniform conductorsuniform
uniform cap that had fallen to the plat pIattora pintform
form floor ta Its owners w ers ejectment and andput Delput an anput
put it on my own ow head headT DeadT headTien
T Tien en I took my place at one side of ofthe atthe ofthe
the platform where a casual glance glancefrom glanceS ce cefrom
from the motorman would ouj reveal dim dimly dJmro dimly ¬ S
ly at most m through ro J two tnicknesses = of ofglass ofglass
glass a 5 figure in the familiar c cceac head headear headbraced
ceac ear earThen
ceacTbeD Then I braced myself for the contest contestAnd contestAnd t tADd S
And I tried to think what next to do doAt doAt doAX
At between midnight and 1 1an a a m DL on onaa ODaD
aa early summer night there is little littleenough UttItIaUic ltttI ltttIenough
enough traffic along that part of How Sowaid Howud Howwt
aid street streetThe streetTbe
The theater crowd had nose OBe home homeThe homeThe homeThe S
The street there was one of orbou8eS busteess busteessbouses toasiessbonsco
bouses not homes and as such was waspracticaUv wpracttcaUv L Lpractically
practically deserted desertedIt
It is i at such off hours that motor rnotormen motormen motormen
men and conductors alike trx iz X to put on cc
Bill IS DESIGNED DESIGNEDTO DESIBNEDTO
TO PROTECT WOMEN WOMENCommissioners WOMENCommissioners
Commissioners Consider ConsiderMeasure ConsiderMeasure
Measure for Stopping StoppingWhite StoppingWhite
White Slave Traffic TrafficLegWatktn TrafficLegstloo
LegWatktn L regarding the thewhite white slave 8laY8tracIe alavetrade i itrade
trade te 1 the District of Columbia Coh RlWa is un lIReIer antier j jder
tier consideration II nulrl < atIon by the t e CoHamtjolen Cossialisleaera left leften i iera
era eraA
A bill reeectly introduced hy Repre Representative Repnttiye Reproeenttive ¬
sentative ttiye Olcott of New Yorlr YOrI and re referred re reternid reforted ¬
forted to the Commtesiotiers Co Commi sOIftirB f r report reportprovides reportprovNea reportprovides
provides for imprisonment 1aapr1 in the peDteatIaIT poet penitentiary poetteutiary ¬
tentiary for from one to ten years and adfor sadfoi j jfor
for nne IDeJI flnei of from 988 iiO to 1 i for persons personsresponsible peno penore personsresponsible
responsible re for the entrance of o a a wo woman woman weman ¬
man into a disorderly house either by byforce byforce byforce
force or by threats or promises promisesIhe prond8eI
Ihe I 1 he attempt to detain a a woman in Ind a adisorderly a adisorderly
disorderly d nlerty house because of f debts she shehsra behar shehea
hsra contracted is made a a felony punish punishable punishable ¬
able by imprisonment for not less than thanthree thanthree thanthree
three nor more than ten years The Thewomen Thewomen Thewoolen
women referred to in the bill may be becompetent becompetent becompetent
competent witness in any prosecution prosecutionunder pro eeudoftUDder precudonunder
under the act actCommissioner actCommissioner
actXaerlaftd
Commissioner acaefariand said ssi today todaythat todItvthat todaythat
that he was In favor of the theMt measure measurebut measurebut
but before acting officially ol upon it itwould Itwould itwould
would refer the bill to the Corporation CorporationCounsel Corport1oaCoUD8ei CorporationCounsel
Counsel for report reportINDUSTRIAL repertINDUSTRIAL reportINDU
INDUSTRIAL INDU STRIAL WELFARE WELFAREWILL WELFAREWILL VELFAREWILL
WILL BE DISCUSSED DISCUSSEDIndustrial DISCUSSEDlDduatrlal DISCUSSEDInduatrial
Industrial Welfare to i the subject to tobe tobe tobe
be discussed I by the Monday KveninrChab Evening EveningClub
Club in the assembly hall of the T M MC X XC MC
C C A A this evening The topic will be bepresented beed bepresented
presented ed on the part of the employers employersby empIOyerllby employersby
by Marcus M x t Marks of 0 Kew York Yorkpresident York Yorkpft8ldeBt Yoekpresident
president of the National Association of ofthre ofClothiers ofClothiers
Clothiers and R t membeK of the execu executive ezittve
thre council of ihe e National N dona Civic Fed Federation Federation Federation ¬
eration Frank Morrison secretary of ofthe otthe ofthe
the American Fed Fedatlon ovation of Labor will wDlEpeak willspeak
speak for the mpioyes i
II I I If II IIBy
f By ByALBERT
I ALBERT PAYSON TERKUNE TERKUNElost
all speed 80 as to make up for erlIer erlIerlost exfteret
lost b et time and end the run run as quickly quicklyas Y Yas
as possible so as ta enter upoa then thenbrief tbeIrbrief theirbrief
brief period of ofThuec toaftng odng
Thus Thuec you may mu have ha observed akul HCI the thespeed thepeed thespent
speed wherewith M th trolley cars are run 11111aJ runiigbt
4 jiarht ht < and their crews cre1O frequent frequentdenseneas freqaeatde frequentdensenem
denseneas de in the matter of noticing JIOtIeIntrwouldbe a awouldbe awouldbe
wouldbe passengerg s hail haOI hIlI
I counted or all this And for the theOn UIeDtODMlDt themoment
moment It served me welL welLOn wellOn
On Dashed the ear If in my myranoa Jaao Jaaoranee ignorance
ranoa of writing < I have made the fore foregoinK rore roreOIDc foregoing
going seem like a scene of o lo long happeninx hapenin hap haspening
peninx < I must crave ave pardon The whofei whofeiscene wbo1eCeDe wnom wnomscene
scene from the moment I bounded boundedaboard bOuDdedaboaId boundedaboard
aboard the car to that in which I threw threwoff threwoft tbrewoft
oft the conductor and cave th the bell bellcord bellcord bellcord
cord its double Jerk had consumed a abare abare abare
bare three thrftoleCOlJ seconds In other words wordsAs rdsjaR wGrd3Just
jaR the time It take w atop ancllliart ancllliarta and Mart Martatrolley
a atrolley trolley ear earAs
As the car moved forward t cwrd barely ta tatime Intime hitime
time to elude the grasp of my fat po policeman po poBeeman p0Uceinan ¬
liceman I put on the conductors s hat hatstepped hatto batepped
stepped epped to one side and turned to watch watchthe watcIathe watchthe
the uproar behind me meAnd meAnd meAd
And a quaint sight it wasTllere wasThere was wasThere
There scrambling < profanely up from fromthe mtbe fromthe
the slippery mud of the gutter ptt the thesecond 11MeCOBd thesecond
second policeman an and the conductor conductorwere 1IctocMere conductorwore
were doing a really very creditable creditabledance eredItaWedaDce creditabledance
dance of rage the conductor waved hi hiarms w warms hbarm
arms and shrieked after his departing departtagcar depM depMcar
car and the officer whistle to t lips lipsgroped 11psp0IMId Upsgroped
groped wildly for his revolver revolverThe revolverTJao revolverThe
The other policeman po11cemanmy nay fat friend friendwas
r was Wowing IC away way like made on his hiswhistle
I whistle and was running in futile fuW wad waddling waddItnat waddUng ¬
dUng fashion along the track after ue ueMoat 1MKGIIt usMost
Moat of the crowd trailed along with withhim wttbhim withhim
him him baying Stop thief I and other un uncomfortable un uncomfortable uncomfortable ¬
comfortable expletives I cwild recog recognize recoD1ae recognize ¬
nize Broecks B lean lean form in the van vanguard vanAd vanguard ¬
guard and I laughed aloud r my joy joyat joyat oy oyat
at outwitting < him himThen himTheD himThen
Then as we left the throng behind behindus behindus
us i settled into my corner and tried triedto triedto triedto
to study stud out my m next move moveFor moveFor moveFor
For the moment mo eIlt we had a dear < neid neidand 1IeIdaDd Ileidand
and were racing along at something somethingtwenty like liketwenty lLketwenty
twenty miles an hour But that could couldnot CO1I4DOt couldnot
not last hurtSoon lastSoon lastSoon
Soon or late there was Unbte to be an anobstacle ano anobstacle
obstacle o Je of some sort ion M And at best bestthe heRthe bestthe
the line had a terminal The pollca pollcawouk pollc3woui policswou1
wouk assuredly telephone at once to tothat 10that tothat
that terminal They woild wo also tele telephone telepbone totephone ¬
phone to precinct police ttattons along alongour lODgour alongour
our route to have us stopped stoppedHad stope stopeHad
Had I Jumped from frying pan to fireIt fireIt fire fireIt
It looked like it it Yet I was wasto minded mindedto DIiDdf1to
to Tttay the wild game JflO so long as I had hadone badone hadone
one card left in my hand handPast hDdPast handPast
Past Saratoga and Lexington streets streetswe streetswe streetswe
we fled At the corner of the latter lattera
a man and woman hailed us The mo motorman m0 m0torman metornian ¬
torman made as though to slow down downI
I yanked my bell twice in an irritable irritableway 1rrltbIeway irritableway
way and he sped on onAnother on onAnother onAnother
Another passenger p8 tried to stop us at atFayette atFayette atFayette
Fayette street Him we utterly there disregarded d1 thereyarded re reprdecL ¬
yarded Truly a conductor is some something 8OID6thmfl somethin ¬
thing thin of a czar czarBut czarButt czarBut
But Butt at Lombard street street the motor motorman motoman motorman
man brought the car to a jarring stop stopwithout stopwithout
without a a signal from me Before ring ¬
lag the bell I glanced ed outward along the theside theside theside
side to see the reason A crosstown cro town car carbad carbad carbad
bad just come out of Lombard street streetand streetancl streetsad
and was crossing out track It took tookbut tookbUt tookbut
but a moment or so to pass Yet in that thatbrief thatbrlet thatbrief
brief space I glanced back in desperate desperatedread despeatedrecI desperatedread
dread lest even so short a delay bring bringmy bringmy bringmy
my pursuers upon us usNor U8 U8Nor USNor
Nor wss I wholly wrong Far down downthe downthe downthe
the track along which we had eome eomeanother eoDM eoDMD8ther eomeanother
another car was approaching It was wasgoing wesgoing wasgoing
going at even a more reckless pace pacethan pacethan
than our own own and was equally re regardless re rerdJes regardiem ¬
gardless of a couple of passengers passengerswhom pasuengerswhom
whom I saw ball it itMy It ItXy itMy
My eyes are good I noted at once oncethat oncethat oncethat
that the motorman of this pursuing pur Ulog car carwas citr citrwas carwas
was not alone on his front platform A Asharper Asharper Asharper
sharper glance as his car whizzed whizzedthrough whizzedthrough 1Ihlzzedthrough
through a band of light Ight revealed the theindistinct the1Ddtstmct thcIndistinct
indistinct yet y t unmistakable shapes of oftwo oftwo oftwo
two btue bluecl4d < ad men on the platform be beside be be3Ide beSIde ¬
side the motozman motel mD A third policeman polloemant policemanatopd policemanstood
stood t d behind in the interior of the car carThen carThen carThen
Then I u understood ood The police had hadcommandeered hadueoDnDaDcleer badcommandeered
commandeered cr th the very next south southbound aoothbOUnd southbound ¬
bound ear that had passed had boarded
It It and were giving chase chaseThis chaseTht chaseThIS
This was a a trick on which I somehow how
had not counted Soon they must catch catchas catchua catchus
as ua For while we w were going g at a agreat 8great agreat
great rate yet my wholly unconscious UDCODSeIoumotorman unconsciousmotorman unconsciousS
motorman would have some 1 ttv ttvscruples S
scruples about ovarspeeding Jtd < pd ad lck elt of ofcaution ofcaution S
caution Our pursuers wouiohave woukI IY8 ab absolutely ab ausolutely ¬
solutely none noneThe DOlleThe noneThe
The obstruction in front of us bad hadpassed badpussed
passed and once more we were flying
But the pursuing car was nevertheless neverthelessslowly neverthelessS
slowly gateimg on us I could notr O not bear hearthe S
the faroff < incessant clang of Ks gong gongcould gongcould
could only hope my motor motorman v lflff lflffmy did didnot dklIf didnot
not hear or heed b it itIf
If you are not familiar with Balti Baltimore BaIUmore BaltiS ¬ S
more more let me tell you in a word where s bore i iwas iwas I Iwas S
was and whither bound From Franklin Franklinstreet FraakUnstreet Franklinstreet
street street where I had boarded the car to tothe
the waterfront toward which we were weretending weretending S Stending
tending is less than two miles I had hadalready hada1rea4y hadalready
already traversed much more than half halfthat
that distance distanceSo dl5taneeSo distanceso
So it behooved me to make ready for fora forchnge fora
a change of action Even if at our ourpresent OWpre ourpresent
present ent speed the pursuing car did not notquickly S Squickly
quickly overhaul us yet that sane speed speedwould speedwould
would ouJd In c few f minutes at most most bring bringu beingus
u 11 close tip to the car that had preceded precededus
us aloi aIog lO r these tracks And as we wewould wewould wewould
would not of course e be able to peas p the thecar thecar thecar
car ahead we would be forced io 1omodulate iomodulate
modulate our pace to suit its own wu
From one side to another I cautiously 5
peered We neared d Pratt street A Awestbound Awestbound
westbound crosstown cro stown ear jiT bowling along
Pratt street heard b ard ts t a a ld d halted before beforecrossing beforecOss1n
S
crossing cOss1n the street > tree I II SI
I
SUPPOSED PAUPER PAUPERLEAVES PAUPERLEAVES PAUPERLEAVES
LEAVES 100000 100000Dagger 100000Dager 100000Dagger
Dagger to Be Thrust Three Times TimesThrough TimesThrough TimesThroughHeartBefore
Through ThroughHeartBefore Heart Before BeforeBurial BeforeBuria1 S
Burial BurialPHTSBUHG Buria1PlTTS BtirialPITTSBUIIG
PHTSBUHG PlTTS tntG JaB 17 11CThrut Throat a aget dag dagger gPI ¬
get through my heart three times to tomake tomake tOmake
make sore a I ant dead Let my body M Mten Ie Ietea i iten
ten day days cremate it then and bury the thenones theIn theashes
ashes In Allegheny I Cemetery
These were the written instructions instructionslying InatructJ0a8ytng InSIDUCtIOSSlying
lying beside the body of Laura White whiteaged WhItesInIe
= sInIe 4 e aged sixtyfive years a a supi sup 81IJtpauper supposen
posen 1 pauper living alone The dead deadwoman dea4WOI8A deadwoman
woman wag discovered early today In Ina 1ftroom ina
a room with five lock locks upon the door doorPolice doorPolice j jPolice
Police found bank books and a a will wttldisposing willcIt8poatng Wiltdisposing
disposing of 9KOW to local charitable charitableinstitutions chrltbIeIa8UtuUona Charitableinstitutions
institutions in a trunk in the poorly poorlyfurnished pOOrI pOOrIfurnished
furnished lodging house Canceled Canceledchecks CnceIe4dtecka CaDCdSdchcka
checks of the woman ranged in inamounts Inamounts inamounts
amounts from 7 I cents to a 1000 M Real Realestate Realestate l lMtate
estate held by her is located in Indiana IndianaMontana lDdIaDXODtaJIa Indl3IMontana
Montana and California CaliforniaThe CaUf CaUfThe CaflfseniaThe
The will makes special request t that a acompetent acompetent acompetest
competent medical authority examine examineher examineher examhlher
her body for ten days to ascertain ascertainto a eertailto
to a certainty that death has occurred occurredSb OCCQrrKShe occurreLSit
Sb She directs 60 O shall be paid for this thisservice thI8Jlerv1ee thisservice
service The doctor stabbing her heart heartthree hertthree heartthree
three times to receive 39 3fc Detectives Detectivesare Detectlesare Detectivesare
are searchJng nc for possible relatives relativesHADLtT reltl reltlHADLEY relativesHADLEY
HADLEY TO SUBMIT SUBMITA
A HOME HOMERULE RULE BILL BILLGewrnor BILLGftCmOC BILLGeernoc
Gewrnor of MiSsouri Declares Peo People People PeopIe ¬
ple Should Control Local LocalPolice LocalPolice LocalPolice
Police and Excise ExciseKANSAS ExciseKANSA8 ExciseKANSAS
KANSAS CITY Mo Jan 17 17Herbert 17GaY 17GaYHert Gov GovHerbert
Herbert S S Hadley says 78 he win n submit submitthe ublnttthe submitthe
the question of home rule in police policeState policeand polleend
and nd exctae dab to the people or the tlMState theState
State at the election next fall through throughan
an mitative bill billUnder bilLUnder billUnder
Under the present control of the po police 10 10IIee palire ¬
lice system of the cities by the nor governor sovMIlor norsenor ¬
senor Governor Hadtey said the chief chiefneeuUve ekiefexecutive I Iexecutive
executive of Missouri has h more power powtban powerthan < I Ithan
than the governor of any State In the theUnion ueUDIon theUnion
Union It offer o < ent hint an opportunity to touse toU8e touse
use the police for political purposes I Inot Inot Inot
not only on was wa elected with a plank in inthe Inthe Inthe
the platform pledging home rule but it itis Itlis Itis
lis is my m firm personal conviction
We had the right of way here Jtere it itseemed Iteemed itseemed
seemed And the Pratt street car earDOt dared darednot darednot
not cross in front of us Thi TbIat I saw sawwhile awwhUe eawwhile
while we were sUU a half block off offJerk
Jerk went wen the bell belllD in a stop signal signalMy signaly
My y motorman put on brakes brakesScarce brakesScarce
Scarce had he b done so when I rang the thego theIgo thego
Igo go ahead sigpuU But I took ad advantage advaJtace advantage ¬
vantage of the momentary slackening slackeningform slackeningof
ot speed to slide down from the plat
form into a patch of shadow in the thestreet thecIeet thestreet
street streetOn streetOn
On went my car without me the themotorman theJDOtonnaD themotoiman
motorman probably woade wondering at this thisnew thJaDeW thisflew
new freak of his suddenly eccentric eccentricconductor eccentriccolniuctor
conductor and never once suspecting suspectinger I lIetmg
that that same me conductor wan JIG JIGft long
er aboard aboardI
I should rather have ha enjoyed seeing
that worthy znotormaas face when he hePiloted hepUnted
Piloted his conductorieas condUdO car into the theterminal theAcross
terminal terminalto terminaL
Across the street I hurried sticidag 1cIda
to that same friendly patch of shadow shadowcaused sbadowcawJed shadowcaused
caused by a lights misbehavior vior I Igained
gamed the far aide Just aa the Pratt Prattr
Fireet r reet re car started to toI cross crossI
I swung myself aboard the rear plat ¬
form with what I hoped was the confi confided ¬
dma ease ot an old railroad man man nod
ded to the conductor cond and seated myself
in an obscure corner of the car
The conductotr of the Pratt street car carsquintei caraqu1ut S
squintei aqu1ut wonderingly y y at my m uniform uniformcap mdtonacap uniformcap
cap uld nd c Ulan dotncs But he asked askedno likedDO askedno
no Qjestlons It was late and he looked
too tired and cross for conversation
So across Howard street st we moved mo
bumping < over the track intersections intersectionsand
and into western Pratt street Mr again acaine
We e had perhaps gone fifty fty yards dovn
Pratt street 3treet when along whim ed a S Strrlley
trrlley car on whose front platform platformstood platformstood
stood three irate watchful policemen policemened
Pa t Pratt Street crossing they rush
ed ed eyes fixed on the th car ahead of
them tbemthe the car I had so lately left By
that dim light they could not tell wheth whether wIIetber whothor ¬
er or not there waa a a conductor OB the thepursued tJaepursued thepursued
pursued cars rear platform trona And I I
blessed the little waUof wail at shadow that
had saved Yecl me meI meI meI
I had thrown oC o pursuit I was safe
I bad outwitted the police of th tJ > Moa
tlment CM CitY 1 I had outwitted shrewd
Breech Yes Y and Karl Vaughn ui too I 1
had the bonds snugly pocketed To Tomorrow T0 T0morrow Tomorrow ¬
morrow they should I be returned un 11ft
missed to their safe safeJ
J 001 1 had entered entere Dcl and won wonas as odd a a raoe raoeof
as ewr had been run ru Ia all America A A
race of trolley car against trolley car carand caron caron
on a single track track with a a man liberty
and another mans JDJI honor and tw twmens two wo we
mens happiness as the stake
Do you wonder I Iat wa ju t a a bit elated L
at my own ready wit and at the vte vie
tory it had scored for me Yet Y fit the
I events of the th past twentyfour twent 1oar hours
made De ne doubt the certainty of my myI
good fortune fortuneI
I was w safe at safeye yes y for or the present But
te a few minutes would not a general
23 alarm be L sent ttJmt out Item Wfr every P011 pOlice
station In
Baltimore An alarm for
the capture of a tall tall yellowhaired yellowhairedIng
man d dressed In gray tweeds and weal
tug a car conductors conduct uniform hat hatear
I must get some som other beadgeariUld ear and L
at w ODCifL once That at1east at toast Would deprive I
the police of this enter cine Iue But hos r rwan
was I to et such a tlat1 sat
Did you ever try to 1 toy uy a a hat at 1245 12
a a m m KLJ It n Dot < t T you u can scarcely 8Cr ly realize I
how hard a thing < It Is to do doAnd 40ADd doAnd
And were I to go hatless I shook I
perhaps excite even graver Yer suspicion suspiciony
Ye Yes I must assuredly get rid or my ns r
CODdurtor helldgear and buy y myself a s L
civilian hat hat I cast about in my tired L
brain for a solution to the problem
And In a minute or so the answer came
The car tracks lead first west w t then I
south and finally run along the tb ba b8 ¬
sin and the steamship
landings s In L
such quarters t are always S
slop shops and
such shops are ar I
often kept open all 13 night for the ben ¬
edt of men who must sail with the th I
turn of the tide I couM readily get
a hat hat or Os at least l a cap at one of o
them themTen themTen themTen
Ten minutes later I
emerged eme from a a
shop hop of o the sort carrying in my hand E
a rough h tweed cap that had seen better
days but was sail quite presentable I
Out of the street Ugh l flare I wan ¬
dered to the t flra nIt lonely Iy spot along the
wharves There Th e I wandered out onto
a rolling bit of of old dock at whose end I
stood an empty watchmans hut
In the shadow of f the little buDding T
tossed the conductors hat far out into S
the water and in Its place Jammed down t
the secondhand h1ld cap over my ears
I was safe and my mind reassured red
drifted back to my precious bucden buode
A lantern hung half way out on the
dock upon a No Wharfage warning
Out of curiosity 1ty to see whether or not
Vaughn and Broeck had sealed or in inany InaD Isany
any way indorsed the bond envelope I I
drew the packet from my coat and andglanced I Iglanced
glanced at ft ftThen It ItThen itThen
Then I looked more closely For by
the feel the envelopes contents ap ap ¬
peared to be of shorter length paper iapei r S
than bonds are usually printed on on
Sick with a nameless new anxiety I
brolt broke the mucilage m bfndfm biDdIng and anejposed ex exposed ¬
posed the Interior of the envelope to toview tc tcview
view There were twenty or more let ¬
ters In it It I drew out the first t It Ii
began Karl darting darlt and 1 was wassigJl wa sign signed ¬
ed Your Own Tteeste TteesteMy IeMy TwsleMy
My labor my danger my wit all had hadgone haAI8Cne t tgone
gone for nothing I was once more
duped dupeddooble double duped dupedIn dupedIn
In my utter chagrin aW an unconscious unconsciousgroan ICIotIsgIOIIm uscousdostgroan
groan broke from me meThen me1bea meThen
Then I shivered with a a feeling of ofnervous otnervous o r rnervous
nervous horror For seemingly Iy out ujt of ofan ci
the very ground under my teet feet arose arosean arosean
an answering a groan hollow faint faintanguished falnt rjtanguished
anguished anguishedThe aagufshedTIle anguishedThe
The Cenlluntion r HllBnn RtIR8nthtH < len of This Story V111 V111Be Vil ill illBe I IIlc
Be Found IB TommorroiVs TommorroiVsZsauc Tommorron8blue s sIssue
blue of o The Times imcz
JURY BLAMES ROAD ROADFOR ROADFOR
FOR SISSON DEATH DEATHDeclares DEATHDeclares
Declares Killing of Alexan Alexandria Alexandria Alexandna ¬
dria Man Was Tas Due to toRailways toRailways toRailways
Railways Negligence NegligenceWJLSHXHCTOX NegligenceWAAKUfGTOK NegligenceWIslmIGTox
WJLSHXHCTOX TiaOSS TThf BCRXAVWe BURBAVAI8XAfDIUA BCRXAV BURZAIYALuXAIuDRLt
AI8XAfDIUA ALuXAIuDRLt V YA JAN AX AXWe 1 1We
We the Jury find that Wttlfeia WJIIIaaSIfNIoa B BSisson ZSpson
Sisson SIfNIoa came to his 1 13 death by being beingstuuck Wag8t1IUekoy beingatsuck
stuuck 8t1IUekoy by a light engine No J3S 2 OBthe ORthe OB onthe
the Southern railway and we further furtherfind further1Ind furtherfind
find that his death was due to gross grossnegligence gI08SJtegll grossnegligence
negligence Jtegll on the part of the railroad railroadThis railroadS H HThis
S This was the flndn JIDd findag of the corooers coronersJury corooersjUry COrOOerSjury
Jury X Magistrate rate George Geor E Stuart of ofFairfax ofFaIrfax ofFairfax
Fairfax county presiding kJlDg at BemsJnes BemsJnesfuneral DeMaJaestunenLl Dessalnsfuneral
funeral rooms last 1a t evening eoing at the con conclusion COAclu8100 conclnsion ¬
clusion of o the inquiry into the death deathof deathot deathof
of William WUI m S Shook StesonEugene SIMoBEUCeD8 ShookEugene
Eugene Stoeoa a nephew of the dead deadman 4Madmaa deedmsn
man maa was the first rst witness He testi testified teatied U UAed ¬
fied ed that his hI uncle bad stopped to talk talkwith talkwith talkwith
with the watchman wat and had started startedto startedto ted tedto
to cross e the tracks when he was bit hitby bitby bitby
by the engine which was backing at atthe a atbe atthe
the time He did not hear any bell bellor bellOr bollor
or whistle prior to his uncle being betD betD8tnIck beingstruck
truck he said saidMichael AJdKJcbaet saidMicbaei
Michael Grimes the watchman w tcllM D stated statedthat statedthat
that he talked with Me SLoa and then thenroachma eIlweat thenwent
went to flag a a passenger train that W8 W8sao wasapproaching
approaching roachma sao went out on the theto 1hetracks thetracks
tracks And he Grime called to hiss
to look out out but before befor Sissoa Sso could
Jump he was hit hitEngineer hit hitEngineer
Engineer J neer J N Walker and Fireman
Iverson Miller of the engine which
struck Simon stated that the automatic omatle
beU bellCrossing was ringing at the UIIIe at the ac
eldest aDd t th engineer sounded
his wbWle whistle before he got to Cameron
Crossing J Jfive He was running < at b
five dv and eight miles mile an hour
No arrangements have as yet been
made for Sheens Staao funeral funeralIn funecaLIn funergiIn
In the city dt circuit court today mutt u1twu nt ntwas
was instituted by ok Alice McJaeaamin McJaeaaminand MeJII McMeamnand mtn
and Richard McMenamia CJI In against the
Southern Railway Company for 4 7 7OG 7OGttLmages M
djonagea alleged to have been done
to property of the plaintiff r by bysmoke byamokts
I smoke amokts from engines J K K M Norton Nortonand Nortol1I NortOnt
I and ti2 t Kdmund Burke represent r tk l1t th the pIaift pIaiftI plain
I
Delegate oI te Robinson Moneure of the
State Legislature T AT in this city today
Mr Moncure e has introduced a a bill bO bOYIdIDc pro providing provWing ¬
viding for the regu leCAtioft leCAtioftUoa ttioa a sad d examine exasstaatkm
lion of an banks in Virginia He Heya U says saysCapC saysthe
the bW is well ell on its way to adoption adoptionCapl adllJl OlL OlLCapt
CapC Richard M Latham who fell fellon tel telOR felloft
on the lc lee and broke his leg a a few fewweeks fewweeIEa fewwoolen
weeks ago is reported to be seriously
HI at the Alexandria Hospital HospitalMrs Bospitalrs pItL pItLXrs
Mrs rs Ellen ten Christy an ag 8M d woman womanliving WOIDJIat womanflying
living at King and Fairfax streets fell fellat fellat foilat
at her home yesterday and broke her herarm her111I herarm
arm She was attended by Dr Walter WalterWarfleUU WalterarIeId WalterWardeid
WarfleUU WarfleUUHarvey WardeidHarvey arIeId arIeIdHarvey
Harvey Sutherland twenty seven sevengars sevenyJa ea eaYenl
Yenl old SOB of Daniel and Sarah SarahSutherland nIhE SarahE
gars E E Sutherland died at his home m in Del DelRay
Ray this mornIng morntegClara JBOnIIDgClara mornIngClara
Clara A A Bartlett the infant daughter daughterof 1IfJiRer 1IfJiRerof
of R R H 1L and Grace Bartlett died at ather ather ather
her parents home at LincolJ Llncolnia a yeMen yesterday yeMendes at atdat ¬
day The funeral was jield seld from the thehome thehome
j home bo of Peter Hoy In Upper Prince Princestreet PrtDoeatrHt Princestreet
street this afternoon Rev J H HHolmes HHGJmes
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TWO NEW STATES STATESMAY STATESMAY
MAY BE ADMITTED ADMITTEDNew
New Mexico and Arizona ArizonaSeem ArIzonaSeem ArizonaSeem
Seem to Be Slated for farAdmission forAdmission forAdmission
Admission AdmissionSeparate AdmissionSepute AdmissionSeparate
Separate Statehood for the Territories Territerteaof Territoriesand
of Arfawoa and New Mexico te tb the pro program proam progiarn ¬
gram which this AdmteistraXioa intends intendste s sw
te put through this session of Congress Congressaad s saDd S Sand
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atloos have been accomplished accomplishedOR
OR high authority it was said today todaythat todaythU todaythat
that Senator brandy of Indiana who whofought whofOUCht whofought
fought the joint Statehood bill with all allhis allhis allS
his power will within a a few days in introduce IDtroduce introduce ¬ S
troduce In the SenM Senate a a bill for separ separate 8eprate soporate ¬
ate Statehood for the t e two Territories TerritoriesRalph TerrttoriesRalph TerrOLIenRalph
Ralph H H Cameron Delegate in Con Congress Con Congrees Congross ¬
gross from Arizona ArtzoD has bean one of ofthe otile
the hardest t and most effective workers
te Connection Uon with the fight for separate S
SU Statehood StatehoodI tebood teboodi
I i believe our rfctory is In sight sightsaid sightsaid
said Mr Cameron meron today and by this
I mean we will get Arizona into the
Union as a a separate State I regret regretvery reretvery regrelvery
very much the erroneous impression impressionwhich impressionwhich lou louwhiCk
j which has gotten into a a few f of the thepublic thepublic thepublic
public prints that I am now or 0 ever everhave
i have been te favor of joint Scatohood oocL
Ever since I entered politics I have C
been fighting for separate Statehood
That is the thins my people want waat and
it is the thing they voted for when the thematter themattet thematter
matter was referred to them themMoreover
Moreover the plank In the Republi Republican Rep RepubUcan bU bUcan ¬
can national platform promises us sep sep ¬
arate Statehood and the Administration n
is determined d that we shall have it It
According to thos those who are familiar familiarwith famliFtiwith
with the situation sltut the Senate opposition I
to the Statehood Stateboei Mils b1fl is becoming
weaker Senator Beveridge has changed changederfnl
his mind mind and as he was the most pow
erful opponent of
either separate or os
joint Statehood Stteb4od Mr Ouneronaad Cameron Bod an the
friends of the movement believe that
his conversion to separate Statehood
presages victory in the Senate almost
as fe the I emphatic e House HouseNOTED as will be the victory te teNOTED inNOTE it
NOTED NOTE GRID STAR STARTO STARTO sAi sAiTO
TO PRACTICE LAW LAWgan LAWNKW LAQNEW
NEW YORK YORK Jan Jen 17Jame J Ho Hogan Hoyen
gan the former Yale football captain captainwho captainwho captaiswho
who has been deputy loner comml of ofstreet orstreet o r rStreet
street cleaning In New N6 York city for los
some time past has announced his roe re ¬
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a downtown law firm firmBIG AnnBIG firmsBIG
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NEW xw YORK Jan 17 17Flve Five thousand
Protestant Prote taDt laymen of
this city at a amass am88 a amass
mass meeting here voted unaniaiously nlmou unsdmotj4to Iy
to increase e the foreign missionary of o ¬
ferings feting of their churches by 315 33 Bi f 6 dur ¬
ing is the coming year The sum given I
1 la JS1 year was 5 1Ut PUS 1M Nineteen dties
including New York have pledged p1
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MEN NOT TALKATIVE TALKATIVEWhen ALKATlVEWhen
When husbands fall into the silent sOentte t
habit wtes eS often re ort to 11 expedknt t
te nearly all cases disastrous dtS88troustht that is Is
asking a questions It is well known that tha t
the masculine mind dislike i questions
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discourtesy others ot ers meet it jrfth th evasion etasiotor asion I Ior
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questioner grows discouraged Until Untilmen UDWmeR lJutilute
men learn that the lives of women are arenarrow arenarrow u unarrow
narrow and often monotonous and that thatwomen thalwoman at
women lM 1 laig g g to share sh e the more vital in ¬
terests ttr s of the day they are not likely lIkei lIkeiacquire
to acquire the sympathy that will wit m lead i
them th = m to more generous gen TOuc treatment treatmentJohn John I
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Robert A Dixon Sues Traction TractionLine TractionLine TractionS
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Mary Mary1 I Ie Dixon who was seriously ly hurt hurtwhen hurtwhen art artwINA
when crushed by a a crowd at the Great GreatFalls GreatlIaUs GreatFalls
Falls station August 2S JM1 are made madethe madethe madethe
the basis If a suit aultiIled flled today by Robert RobertA RoBertA
A A Dixon In asking H il from the theGreat theGreat theGreat
Great Falls and Old Dominion road roadthrough rOAdthrough roadthrough
through Attorneys JL 1 1 Galther and J JP JI JP
I P McMahon th the husband d declares that thatthe thatUte thatthe
the company UJY was s negligent la not pine placing pinelag ¬
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form and in faJlb falling g o provide employes employesto
to look after the safety of passengers passengersThe passengersThe ers ersThe
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location of the right ankle and inter internal internal Internat ¬
nal Injuries InjuriesCOLLISION s sCOLLISION S SCOLLISION
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probably probablY will recover is W M Van Vaaeer VanLeer
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