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F Fair r Tonight and andSunday ijrhe ill ijr Ltsr EDITION EDITIONJ EDITIONNUMBER i i2STUMBEB
Sunday Jfa r a hin2ton me 3ti l lE illLli illLliZTDIiBER
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NUMBER 6593 WASHINGTON SATURDAY EVENING JANUARY 22 1910 PRICE OHM CENT
DIVERS SEARCHING SEARCHINGIN
IN Ift ICY RIVER FOR FORNumber FORVICTIMS FOROF
VICTIMS OF WRECK WRECKNumber WRECKumber
Number umber of Dead In Cana Canadian Canadian Canadian ¬
dian Pacific P cific Disaster May MayReach MayReach MayReach
Reach Fifty FiftySURVIVORS FiftySURVIVORS FiftySURVIVORS
SURVIVORS RELATE RELATEHARROWING RELATEHARROWING RELATEHARROWING
HARROWING TALES TALESAlmost TALESAlmOt TALESAlmost
Almost Crazed by Sight of Drown Drowning Drowni Drownilag ¬
ing i l and p Earning rnirg Pas Passengers Passengers Passengers ¬
sengers sengersSAI31T sengersSoU1LT sengersSUTLT
SAI31T STHt Si L MARIE O OI OIIt L Jan JaaIt 28 28nnuihar
It is lrts > eoenNde Ii Ie 8It U ti to sift an ana anacte
a acte nnuihar of f the dead ad ht ys yswreck YMteey 1esterday
teey wreck of trmta N Ne de 7 on the then UteO theSon
O brandy n of th the Caaa LD4 t saadia IUI taa Pactfie PactfieUatil PcMeMJftc Parldctrnnir
trnnir MJftc f fraat ttentrMl te tills city aM aMJIp andMligmeayrc
Mligmeayrc MligmeayrcUntil JIp JIpUlltU =
Until divers dIS who wfc ar are now w searching searchingthe Mrehlftgthe aearrhtagthe
the bpatoh dph river into which a dto diner dlfterpIuaged dinerand r rand
and OH one day eoach pfo plugged g d and a asearch aMnh aseardI
search line bean wade through the par partialty partlallT psrtinky
tialty burned wreeka4e wreeka wr of the baggage baggageami bggagetmsfl 8e 8emaD
maD and express cars cars one aeoond aeoondcta eoondcI eeoanddess
cI cta e pnoaonger J1J8D8 coach and a sleeper sleeperhove weeperbnYe sleeperhave
hove made their tit report it will be impos Impoestale impossible jmposIWe ¬
stale to tell how many maD were killedIt killedIt killed killedIt
It fe believed betieve however between thirtyand thirty thhrtyand thirtyand
and forty fort persona were killed Thetrain The Thetrain Thetrata
train xecords show w that wh when a the train trainleft tnLiBleft trainleft
left Sudbury at moon there were ap approximately alt altproxmtfly appreximatAy ¬
proximately 1M persons aboard Th There TIMlreare Thereare re reare
are fw twfllltytwo ntytwo injured Injur feeing oared ft far ferin farin r rin
in Sudbury and a score of injured in inthte iRth Inthis
this th city and other nearby towns Only Onlya 011I 011Ia
a few ew escaped Injury or deathMany death deathACaay de8 L LJIIay
Many of the injured win die and X Xfa Itis kis
is IMMMibte that the total deatk d tk Mat Matwttl letwill listwfil
will reach cIo to fifty fiftyTh fiftyThe
Th The railway offldahi Mill stand by bytbotr oyUMtr bytheir
their e eIItlmM tlm t of twonty4ve dead deadTtoey cIbey deadThey
They gay there were e but b t few persons personsir perneasIL
ir IL the twe care moiudte IDcIudlBg the dIRer dtoertoat dIRert dinertact
tact t at went hi 1I1to to the river rtv The number numberrf bee bee1aJur
rf f mjured 1aJur te also in doubt At Atea least leasta tsoer
a a soave soar ef f peraoma were dag y
inlared and twice this number pa paor ully ullyOr uliyor
or serio seedonely ely hurt hurtList martLi hurtList
List Li t ef Known Dead DeadThe DeaLTIM DeadThe
The known Jato dead are araOBXDRGK areGBORGE areGORG
OBXDRGK McTOHBNBT 1I BY T llreman
Nortb NortbWtla NorthBur NorthBurWILL NorUaB1ILL
WILL Ln LAYSRY ti RY RYJOtS r flremaii flremaii3CRSJC e eJt
3CRSJC JOtS Jt < B C HOC7DJE DOUI 1 cfir cfirSB O otcie terf m
J XKASB1iICK FSA SB li > remrs Ro g rrnlr rrnlrpilot rUt rUt1tI
1tI ecl 1 pilot b beNs Nwred t thoe to live hi hiXontreai InxoatreL bnaontreL
Xontreai XontreaiPartial
Partial List ef f laj injured injuredThe rea reaThe L LTIte
The known kaownJnjurM injured are areG areG areG
G A A Martin Waterloo Oi bated MarleDoMIudk batedGeorge tarh tarhG >
G George or Dobeiu Dobeiuelc Kyle river rhyeq M4eh M4ehr KjdaD MichD
r D > J J Pterae Toronto TorontoW ToroutoW Torontow
W J B BII U Sudbury bw ry dying yh g
W TiMMrtold T rhId MontreaLw MontreaL MontreaLW
W H H Wilmot Yr lhnot Montreal MontrealJ Jlo MontrealJudge ueal uealJ1I
J Judge Se d e D M Brodie BrodieTIIeIIIa8 hiaimry 3adbarrThames
TtoooMM Parish Pultroa PuJlMaflWILIer waster waMarr St StPaoL Sit SitPauL StPaul
PauL PaoLBan PaulEnin
PauLau
Ban Bollard St St Pa Paul PutLR PaulIt L LK
K R D Smith Ontario OntarioJ
J W 4 Wade We Sudbury SudburyP
P J OBrien KandaH X XXr Manttota ManttotaMr MasitbsMr
Mr rand and Mrs Brown London Ontario On Ontario 0tano ¬
tario tarioXMhan tanoKadNua tarioIeatban
XMhan Johnson 1o i eI eIX uelevne uelevneMrs e1 we weMrs
Mrs X George DIM B BO Bosran z < r 34o Most MwtA MostA t tAif
Aif A house nwo lUwsel ° 1 diM Soo Oflrtarte OflrtarteAl QlMcIlltAI pamrioAl
Al McDonald Minneapolis MinnenPDsArthur MinneapolisArthur MbI MbIArUlur
Arthur Irwin Manistoe llUIist M MIcIL MIcILiJ Mirk Mirklions ch chMrs
iJ lions EdeInIm Nerwegon NerwegonMitre Nw NwXDe
XDe NiItoIa N Max Ira No N D DMrs Drs
Mrs rs Lindell and Harry Und Lindell ll Win Winnipeg WInl WinI ¬
nipeg nipegT l l lTII peg pegThe
T The > train was made up of a locomo locomotive Jocomt locomotive ¬
tive t jve mail 11 and baggage e ear express expresssecond erpressecond
second Dd eta crch colonist car nrst nrstciaas Arstclass rat ratcla
class s coach dlt diner > er and Pull PullThe Pullman PullmanThe Pullm ui uiThe
The Spanish b River bridge to an iron ironstructure jlOfttruetre Ironstrust
strust structure re and the heavy train struck struckit rude rudeit
it on the downgrade 4I while going 01 at atMg a aligK aligu
ligK Mg rate of sf BINd As the train was wasrromlng W85rro wascrossing
crossing rro th the bridge b the trucks of the tbesecond tftec thesecond
second apnea c car Jumped the track trackpreimmably trAckprtlUmably trackpresumably
presumably 1 from a broken rail The Tbecar Thecar Theray
car was cut in twe against the theft bring bringa btiOeabutments
ft abutments so great reat was the momen momentum DIOIIIeRtum momentum ¬
tum of the t e train trainOn LODe trainOne
On ODe half halfof of t tWs t car r with the colon cotoaluts CGtoB1ts colontAts
tAts car 2rsrt + t clans c clansmar eoach Spanishdining and diningrar diningriver dining diningrar
rar were w < e nursed Into the Spanish Spanish rivercrashing river rivercrashing rivercr
crashing cr through th the ice and being beingFweot belRbwept beingswegit
wept haf II r across the stream streamTha streamTha m mTile
Tha Pnttanaa Pt broke from the rest t of ofthe et eCthe
the t be tn tre and toppled down th Ute bank e eitn 6ft 6ftIt onIts
Its It 8M 8MIt see 8It seeIt
It ir ett ft to tbe imagination to picture picturewhether picturebel picturew
whether w bel he i er those who were trapped in I thecare the thecare UteCaltJ
care that t plunged into the river and anddrtfwMd aDddr4waed anddrdwaed
drtfwMd without any chance of es esCo eC0RttatIed esConttaued
C0RttatIed Conttaued Co tto ed on Second Page PageWEATHER P PWEATHER PageWEATHER
WEATHER REPORT REPORTTfce
The weather wilt be generally raJlY fair to tonight to tontpt tontgbt ¬
night and Sunday in the middle and andFouth aJHIJOO1Itb andsouth
south Atlantic and east Gulf Gul States Statesthe StatesTue StatesTenseaeee
Tue the lower Ohio valley and andthe aDdthe andthe
the ar V9r per Lake region In New Engi Engiland Eng EagllUMl England
land a and d New Ne York the weather will willbe wAlbe wiltbe
be unsettled u = tonight too t with rain turning turninginto tunalDgInt turninginto
into Int snow ftOW except in southern thena New Bog Bogland Hngland i iltut3
land and extreme southern IIOUt ern New York YorkSua YorkSwMlft1 YorkSunday
Sunday Sua fcy m these districts the weather w wn weatherIli
11 Ili be fair except that there will be besnow Desnow besnow
snow ia the interior of New Ne York and andin aadIn andIn
in Yercmttt rer and western Maine There Therewill Therewill Therewill
will be snow tonight toII t in the upper Ohio Ohtovalley Ohiov Ohiovalley
valley v followed by fair Sunday SundayThe SUndyIM SundayTice
The temperature will 11 fall in the mM middle mMdla mtddla
dla Atlantic and north Atlantic States Statestonight States18 Statestonight
tonight and W New England and the theinterior UMJterlor theinterior
interior of eastern New York Sunday SundayThe SuRdayI1Ie SundayThe
The temperature eaaperatu re will rise in the upper upperLiake upperLaiie upperLe
Liake region the Ohio valley and southAtisntk south southAtbwttr aovthA
Atbwttr A tIaMIr and east Gulf States Sunday Sundayand SvndayaAd Sundayand
and a Mtaeiseippt Jllbal stpA and eastern Fl Fltonight Florida l1oridatonfght Floridatonight
tonight tonightFCH tonfghtP tonightFGRI
FCH P CAST CA T FOR THE DISTRICT DISTRICTFhlr DISTRICTlIaIr DISTRICTFair
Fair inntgbt UR t and Sunday colder 10 10nfehc toO toOJI tonight
night JI g t jcjolmum JC temperature iemper atars tln tonight tonightwesterly t4 ItiglltaOOut ht htabout
about 2t degrees dep moderate te Drl kwe brioicwts
wts westerly we tetly < wind windTJEaCPKRATtTJtE w windsTSMLPSRATVE
IdLTUJtE
TJEaCPKRATtTJtE TJEaCPKRATtTJtES TUJtE TUJtESfttt
S Sfttt a 3 M a K KK Kllstt 1 1id
id a Pt 14 itI
1 d 8 a K JK JK3C i i11Y
llstt 11 a s lit1tJ8 w 3C 3CTe4ajH 3MI
1tJ8 I I4 I 31 36
1 la 111 JC JC3S Xp > C Cp
p p Gf i 3S 3Sm ZiTlDET J JTIDE
TlDET TlDETl TIDE TABtri TABtriT4SP4i
Te4ajH l Hg liar 514 a m and i8 53Tomorrow I8p
1 p ter YAY tide 1111 a a aTro mr mrTmacro
Tomorrow = + H1gh High 16h tide UIIe fj liar a a w ad adKpm MNlgli and9B
gli 9B Kpm p m L > > w tide de Il3z Il3zSom a JR m and 13 13SUN 234p 234sim
p
SUN TABlB TABlBSUa TBLBSun
Sun rises risesSun v 714 714So 714Baa
So Baa set cs sets setsCONDITION h h hCONDITI02 SjW SjWCOJTMTION
CONDITION Of WATKR WATKRHARPERS WAXER WAXERHARPERS W WHARPERS
HARPERS FERRY W Ts Jan IanJ3oth JanBoth 22 22Both
Both rivers rl very muddy and very very high highsluab highFlush
Flush Ice running heavy hea
LONE SAILOR SAVED SAVEDIN SAVEDIN SAVEDIN
IN POTOMAC ICE JAMStranger JAMi JAMStanger JAM JAMStranger
Stranger Caught a ght by Floe Is Rescued by Steamer City Cityof Cityof Cityof
i
of Milford and Taken Down Stream Before Po Police Police Police ¬
lice Learn His Identity
The steamer St Johns TeIHt8 Capt < Bailer BailerBead BaIkTReed BailcyReed
Reed was s baking akia r her way toward towardWashington towanlWa towardWashington
Wa Washington lDgtonwlth with difficulty tlt y though th thice tbJoe the theIce
ice flee la 1 a the river Just after daylight daylighttWe a71 daylightthis ht htt
this morning when w eR the lookout kotlt saw sawwhat sawwltat sawwhat
what he believed was refuse In mW tnMdtannei mWchannel mklcltanllel
channel opposite desboro Faint PoutThreagh FaintThrough PetntThrevgh
Through his glasses the captain saw sawthat sawthat sawthat
that the floating object obj was a small smallbateau smallate smallbateau
bateau u and that there was a nan at atthe atthe atthe
the ears earsThe 9tSThe earsThe
The heavy rains the test few de daps dapshave > ys yshave ysINLye
have swollen the river so that it Is teseveral Iss Isseveral
several s raI feet above normal Sciiy rl this thismorning thismornlnb thismorning
morning there th re ewa was a stiff breese from fromthe tromt fromthe
the t 6 southeast which plied the tee cakes ekeOIl cakeson cakesoe
oe top of each cIt other othef and forced thehoe the thefloe theoe
floe back 4n the t e mouths tits of tike George Georgetown Georgtovm Georgetown ¬
town Ea6t Eastern nl branch braaand and Seventh Seventhstreet Seventhstreet Seventhstreet
street channels channelsCaptain chaBneisC8ptIn channelsCaptain
Captain Reed saw through his glasses glassesthe gtaMe8the glassesthe
the man in the bateau Big cakes of oCice ofIce ofice
ice were striking striking the frail craft The Theaten bemen Themen
men on the steamer expected V the theboat theboat theboat
boat swamped any minuteBut minuteBut minute minuteBut
But the man at the o oars rs was evidently evidentlyan eon4enU eon4enUan er deatiy deatiyan
an old rlverman He kept the ice Iceofr oaken oakenoff cakesoff
off as well as he could from the sides sidesof stdeor sidesof
of the bateau with the oars OIII and every everytime everytime everytime
time there was a few feet of oo open water wateraround waterarotmd wateraround
around him him be pulled vainly in the thedirection Utedirection thedirection
direction of the District shore shoreNEKS shoreBUSINESS shoreBUSINESS
BUSINESS ACTIVITY mmIN ACTIVITYIN
IN CITY FAVORED FAVOREDPresident FAVOREUPresident FAVOREDPresident
President Finley Delivers DeliversStirring DeliversStirring j jStirring
Stirring Address Before BeforeCommercial BeforeCommercial BeforeCommercial
Commercial Club ClubA
A magna charta In that it points pointseenstttutien poiJItBtAe pointsthe
tAe way to a DeW field of en endeavor eatOleeBStItutleR a aeemstituton
eenstttutien a paper of State S Uethe Statetheseand these theseand to toaDd
and mere mere may be secured to the Com Commensial ComJB Conmerlal
mensial JB nII81 Club through the address reee de delivered de deUvered tielivered ¬
livered before that body by President PresidentW Pre 1dentW
W W Ptaley ef the e outhern them Railway RailwayCompanT RIIW RIIWCompany RailwayCompany
Company CompanTWith CompanyIth CompanyWith
With Ith the th apptawse of was Wraahu WI8gts WI8gtsJeA btggtons btggtonsleading gtons gtonsleading
leading JeA business bts s nees men greeting his ul ulteraaees ultet1M8 utteranees
teraaees every few moments w Proof President MhIKFlRJey PresidentFinley dent dentFmfey
Fmfey last night ight put the dub on reo reoord reoont reeord
ord as Indorsing a eom OIIQ reJtMt ehensive cooperative co cooperative COoperatlTe ¬
operative plea for the eemmeremlfadn eemmeremlfadnof e mmerctaltztor
of Washington Wa WashingtonThe WafibingtonThe biBgtonTlteaddreM
The TlteaddreM address aj sppsretntty arently ly bed tires i ifeet effect rf rffeet
feet of erystamzlrs cry tztt the Yi views ef the tliemembers theJlA8lB9 themembers
members JlA8lB9 ft1 as the dub d heretofore JMretOt < e hR hRaot h65DOt hasnot
DOt openly ope dedere bet itself f regBJdtog tKe tKesubject tke8U thesubject
subject subjectSe 8U subjectso jeet
Se farroachh llag g may 1 be its rea results ItJMIItStllt resultsthat Hs Hstbat
that is is freely admitted today that the tbeclub tkcleb theclub
club in the future may d devote vote no Httle Httletime UttIetime ltttletime
t tbe te teIta tobe
time te t considering the beet means
be employed in bringing about the new newcommercial DeWCOIIImercld newcommercial
commercial order ord of things gs outlined bythe by bythe Y Ythe
the head Jte of the SouthernBesides Southern SouthernBesides Soathen1Be
Besides treating of local GondJtJeB GondJtJeBPresident D DPre e eProsideera
President Pre Wer Fioley Flnh dealt with a number numberor numberoraatlOnltK numberor
or oraatlOnltK national problems and Dd1t it te expected expectedbis expect expeetS expectht
bis address will be given nationwide nationwideattention DationwideaUeIttJotL nationwideattention
attention attentionHe aUeIttJotLHe attentionHe
He discussed d under three general generalheads g gbeads generalheads
heads the industrial side of Washing Washington Washtagton Washington ¬
ton the waterways w and the uejjethm uejjethmof tlon tlonor
of Federal control He advocated the thedevelopment UteceyelepoteDt thedevelopment
development of manufacturing mDufact enter enterprises e enterprises tel telpdes ¬
prises presented a Met of articles that thatmight thatht thatmight
might ht be profitably Mo taWy manufactured in the theCapital theCapital theCapital
Capital and demonstrated demo that Wash W Washington Wssfcthe 88Il 88IlI 88IlIngtOft I
IngtOft might find a ready market III IIItJte inthe
the South wherein to dispose of them themTbe themThe themThe
The subject ef Federal control was wastaken W8takeR wastaken
taken up by President Finley in latter latterpart latterpan latterpart
part of his address add e He H insisted that thatthis thtUalll thatthin
this control co troi should not go beyond the thepoint thet thepoint
point t of preventing unjust discrimina discrimination dt discrimination crtml a aon ¬
tion in rates He also o warmly advo advocated Advocated advoeated ¬
cated conferences between railway hed hedaad heads heaaRd headsand
and heads of commercial organizations organisationsHte organlz tionsH1s
Hte address Ja n part follows followsWashington followsWuhmgtOR followsWashington
Washington Is l unique among thegreat the thegreat thegreat
great capitals of the nations m ill thatwhile that thatwhile thatwhile
while through the enterprise of Its Itscitizens itsI itscitizens
citizens It has had some of the broader broadercommercial bcodEIrcommenll broadercommercial
I commercial and industrial development developmentthat developmentthat t tthat
that is characteristic of ether cities it ithas itbs ithas
has apparently grown much more morerapidly morerapidly morerapidly
rapidly as a an official of clal and resMentta1 resMentta1city reMo reelJootleicity UaI UaIcity
city In most other countries 8 we find findthat ftJtdthat findthat
that the political p lltloal capital te also the thecommercial theoommercIl thecommercial
commercial capital Here the Govern Government GOvenLmeD Goverameet ¬
meet meD either directly or indirectly furniekes fur furnishes furBlakes ¬
nishes occupation to a large proportion proportionof prop rtkM1 rtkM1of
of j the population while in London LondoPans LondonParis Londonparts
parts and many other capital cities citiesthe eitieBthe citiesthe
the governmental g veramental population Is com comparatively OOIRpr3Uv coinparatively ¬
paratively pr3Uv ly a small proportion of the thewhole thewhole thewhole
whole wholeI
I thin + ne rtramUn ro1l1MlIRjt ef the city pri primaril prlmarib primarily
maril marib > a > home for the Government Gavernnaetitnd
and nd its location tIon in a district exeaslve exeaslvely
ly under uncle F FNenrJ eral control have tended tendedto tendedto
to ieasGociate it from the commercial commercialand commercialAd commercialand
and industrial tt1al life of the country C4H1 to togive togive togive
give it a distinctly offtoial atmosphere atmosphereand atm atmosphereand sphereaacl
and to direct its growth largely 1a1 ely ia a aGovernmental aGomental aGovernmental
Governmental direction directionEarly dlreetieDE directionEarly
Early E Growth Retarded BetariledAnother RetardedA RetardedAnother
Another A other though I think less Important Import Important Impgrtant ¬
ant ant factor In contributing te the early earlyfailure e earlyfailure rJy rJyfallure
failure of Washington to grow commer commercially commerclelly co mrmer mrmerd ¬
cially d aify and industrially has been the fact factthat factthat factthat
that with the older centers of business buelaesslife businesslife bU8ifteMIre
life along the t e seaboard already in the thefield thefield thefield
field there wa ° not DOt at that time time an aneconomic aneconomic aneconomic
economic need for the development of ofanother oraDOth ofanother
another aDOth commercial mCIal city in this part partof partof
of the country The character of trans transportation transportation transportatlon ¬
portation iacl iacilfttae Nth + s was probably pro a also a
factor in retarding the early growth of ofthe
the city It hud accsss to the sea by
way of the Potomac river bat b t In the
days when cells alone were used river rivernavigation rtvvJl8vJgatiOB rivernavigation
navigation was a a greater handicap than thanat thaaat thanat
at present Neither was the earlier de development de development developrnent ¬
velopment of railways advan advantageous ageon to
this city cityUnder cityUnder cityUnder
Under these conditions the city lacked <
those tht heoooome eoenowlo eoenome forces necessary to substa sub substantial ¬
stantial sta oe business development developmentBusiness developmentBusrness developmentBnssness
Business Conditions Changed ChangedConditions ChangedCoiMUUons ChangedConditions
Conditions have changed woptlei wonderfully wonderfullynce woiMlerruJ woiMlerruJslace y yglace
glace nce those e6edays days The business of the theGoverBmntbas UteGoventmentJts theGovernment
GoverBmntbas GoventmentJts Government has grown enormously and andthe hClthe andthe
the official population of Washington WashingtonContinued WashingtonCCtnUnued ashington ashingtonContinued
Continued on Fourth Page
When within s several scvcra era hundred yard yardof Far Faror yards yardsof
of the small sm U Beat b Captain C ptab Reed realized readiedThat realizedthat real1iedth8t
that It would bo irapofeelble imp mp b1e to rescue rescuetha rMQua renewsthe
the ua man with the tb St 1St Johns t Jo hDS ne If he tried triedto triedto triedto
to push the big siSewheeler staewhe tar through tk the thetee UteIce thelee
tee to the rowboat t he knew kn w that th t it would wouldswamp wevldswamp trevhswamp
swamp te e bateau bat aU There was c as not a Hf Hfboat Hibot life lifeboat
boat on board that he dared to put in inthe IIIthe inthe
the ice jam am which was piling higher higherevery klt higherevery r reyery
every minute minuteThrough minuteTbtOllgU minuteThrough
Through a a megaphone the captain teM teMbun teklhim teidhim
him that he would send Vrlp fJ fron fronWashington trewWasblagt fremWashington >
Washington Wasblagt n As soon ae th < it t t Johns Johnsput JobJ1Sput Johnsput
put in at her dock Captain need t eed no notified JMIttAed notilled ¬
tilled the police and the harbor patrol patrolboat patrOtboat patentboat
boat Vigilant was sent down t the Ie e river riverJust rtv rtvJust riverJust
Just as the Vigilant entered < tee main mainchannel 1MLIRchannel mainchannel
channel she wasbailed wa was balled Jjy a a tug tugcaptain 8e 8ecaIKa1n Asecaptain
captain said she wasnlt wasnt need needriver needed The 11Jerher j
river steamer City of Milford MU1 td Captain Captainsly l 1 1Sly
Sly had seen the St St Johns unsucoesa unsucoesaiui unsueoessful unsuooesaful
ful attempt at rescue and hauled the theman tileman theman
man aboard As the City of 3iilfordbacked Milford Milfordbacked JlU1onIbacked
backed out of the channel two oakenof cakes cakesof CBk CBkr
of r Ice caught the bows of the bateau bateaound bateautd
und td Jtd jammed a hole i nthe bottom It Itsank Itsank Itsank
sank instantly The rescued ed man wa wataken wan waiJtaken wantaken
taken down the riverWho river riverWho riTerWho
Who the man was or how he easeto came cameto eameto
to he out in a small heat in such a adangerous a4W ado
dangerous 4W Ice Ic Icemen Jam Is not known The Theattwnpt T Tbbor Tirebaor
bbor men do not think anyone any one would wou1attmpt wouldattanpt
attwnpt to cross cr cross S8 the river in a a small smaJIbo smallboy i iboj
bo when such a feat was almost Imposs Im ImSSbIe j
possHMe poss Die Soma 80m Of O the men thought he hentight hemht hemight
might hare tried to cqIne come ashore from fromone fromone from fromone
one of the oyster boats and had be been be6acen1e4 beencarried a acarried
carried down stream by the current currentTimer currentTHREE currentTHREE
Timer THREE InliLL HAUL piniv uAuu BADLY Y UII8T nllni nllniIN HURT HURTIN HURTIN
IN RIP i 4 WRECK WRFPKTrainmen WRECKI WRECKTrainmen
I Trainmen and Passengers PassengersInjured PassengersInjured PassengersInjured
Injured When Express ExpressJumps ExpressJumps ExpressumPs
Jumps J JCLYCIIffNATI umPs Tracks TracksCINCINNATI TracksCL
CINCINNATI CL ClNNATI Jan 2S DThree Three tram tratnmeu tramMea
Mea 04 Tere ere fatally Injured and a aim number DUftlDer aimher ¬
her ef passengers i8 3eB were Injured today todaywbeo todaywhea todaywhen
when Big FOHT train No 33 the Chi Chicago Calcage l lCiO ¬
CiO express l while going at a rate of ofsfcr ortTt ofsixty
sfcr sixty miles an hour Jumped lie track trackat trackMRtv trackat
at MRtv Riverside RiversideThe RiversideTh md mdThe
Th The e Injured jred are Conductor F C CSCandtlaader C CStandUaMer C3tandlander
SCandtlaader Engineer F C C MurphyBrakeman Murphy MttrphyBrakeman K y yBrakemD
Brakeman James Lewis Baggagemoetof Ba BaTebI1
John 3Uck Shekel i an unidentMed u fireman flreroanand firemanand
and an unidentified passenger paaeeagerIVhen passengerihen r r1ten
IVhen 1ten the accident happened tile tbeof tileI
tramwa train was rou rounding ng a curve at 8 speed speedof
I of a mile a minute The train was late lateand lat latt lateand
and Murphy was doing > > hia best to make
t up for ion time it te believed that thatj
the wise cav e or the wreck W6 some part partengines
of
Ute engines machinery
dropping OR
I Ute trck track lifting the mogul from the
j retle and d cuein causing IDg the derailment of the theIRELIEF theRELIEF
eoaohes I IRELIEF
IRELIEF RELIEF DISPATCHED DISPATCHEDTO DISPATCHEDTOVESSELS
TO TOVESSELS VESSELS ASHORE ASHOREOne
One Schooner Three Barges and anda
a Tug Reported Wrecked in inLong inLong I ILong
Long Island Sound SoundXHW SoundXJilW Soundxgw
XHW YORK Jan 22 Several tugs tugaa tugsand
a and d a a wrdeking steamer have been dis dispejiched dlt dispatched
patched pMc e4 to Harts Island in IXM Long isl island IsII mland ¬
and sound where It is reported that
I ATe vessels went ashore during du a ter terrMte terrlAcgle terrhic
rMte rlAcgle gate that t at is sweeping sw ng the sound soundtoday 80UDdt4Mly soundtoday
today todayA
A threemasted schooner three bargesand barges bargesand brgeaad
and a seagoing gvlng tug are said to be behigh bh behigh
high h k on the sands Owing te the hh hhses It highsees
ses 8 and the for fog It Is impoiwiWe to
identify the wrecked vessels Vess ia or to toll t
If the crevs are safe safeSEPARATION safoSEPARATION safeSEPARATION
SEPARATION FOR CHRISTYS CHRISTYSNEW CHRISTYSNEW CHRISTYSNEW
NEW YORK Jan i 2 221rs ii arrs HowardChandler Howard HowardChandler HOwtLrdCbnd
Chandler Cbnd er Christy wife of the artist arUtt is
back today In New York from Zanes Zanesvttte Zanesvine
vttte TIlle Ohio where she has been con conteiMiing eontldtug contending
I tending for the custody of her daugh daughter dughter daughter ¬
ter te expected to remain and institute instituteseparation lnetltutaMPraUotl Instituteseparation
separation proceedings pr ceedln friends rrl who met mether mether
I her er at the station declared d lared
LEADERS OF LABOR UBOfiDIFFER LABORDIFFER
I DIFFER SEGUINGGood REGARDING REGARDINGBOYCOTT REGARDINGBOYCOTTON
BOYCOTT BOYCOTTON ON MEATS MEATSGood
Good Thing If It Could
Made lade Effective Say SaySome S SaySome y ySome
Some SomeREACTION SomeREACTION SomeREACTION
REACTION FEARED FEAREDON FEAREDON FEAREDON
ON WAGE EARNERS EARNERSEmployes EARNERSEmpJoY EARNERSEmPbYefa
Employes EmpJoY 5 ef Meat Dealers
Lose Employment as asResult asResult asResult
Result ResultPITTSBURG ResultPJTTSDURG ResultPITTSDURG
J
PITTSBURG Pa Jaa 2S = TJIConaBI
organized onaBI tI moat boycott In PittMb
Is I feavlBgrtbe unB tlle desired effect MO 0 farthe far Tarthe fartile
the prim aa perk and vcn cal dropp droppZ
Z cent a pound pouadtodT pouadtodTBy Cods CodsBy iedtjBy
By SELEarE SELE1 ARMSTRONG ARMSTRONGWill RMSTRONG RMSTRONGWill
Will the boycott tt of meat by the people people
t ple he eddualwill eftHtn eftHtnWUI ff eaIT eaITWill
Will it result in the pe tM peedos tes coed ood se securing Hcu securing
curing cu krw Ww r meat prima or wilt It re react react
act uf upon o the people oJeprhrhtg thou thousands 1Iaovor thousands
sands of laborers for some weeks of oftoodarttcJe
food toodarttcJe Article ride upon which they are de dependent depedden
pendent thrower hutdreds hu of
in i aloaghter houses aad meat tac taceut
out of work crushing eru < out the
meat dealer and proving < after ail onl onlI
i I that the tract has the upper band bandThese aJa41The bandThese
These are some of the questions que tloaw HI
I asked by b various labor organisations organisationslabor olPnltIoRhLMr organisationslabor
labor leaders and 0 cber tedrrid nIs ls to today today
day dayAs
As to the final outcome of the boy boycott hoycott boycott
cott cott and its effectiveness in
towering the price of meat
Gempers c president et f th the Jae AmericaFedmtMm
FedmtMm Fed F raUoB ef Labor is is exceedingly ex non noncommittal DObeeaaaJttaJ noncommittal
committal and 4eebxres that he te Isconcerned
concerned with any sporadic JIIIOIAIIc or incidental imc imcdentsal
dental movement on the part of t tpeople
IdeBtl people pIe here and there thereGmtpers thereGaopers PI PIGOI8pefS
Gmtpers GOI8pefS K Xt t Interested Interestedben laterestedi IaterMtooremiDded
i When ben reminded that a movemmen movemmenwhich
which embraces the th thousands of ofganized cr crzanized t
zanized laborers who bay have Joined t tmeat
meat boycott could hardly be called ineidental in incidental IneldentaI
cidental Mr Gompers said he te in intereeted 1fttenat inthe
tereeted t only Iu intying m the rganiznvr and w wfyins
tying r of labor Ad m securing betl betlpay be bepal
pay and shorter hours hoursFrank boulraDk
Frank c Morrison secretary of ofAmerican ofAmerican
American Federation Fodtriniiaptiap thinks that wl wla w wa
a thirty days da abuti Btrfaeiire fare from meat meattae meatthe <
tae part e JtIiN l i r a ac rd Other Otherneay 1 tadi tadiMay JIIdIMAT
May not Det1Je be M ctuaI te for forprices totCllllc totCllllcpl1ce f fprices
prices no movement which whichward mkew manes toward
ward cbeamr and better living toad CODdtto toadbons ond ondtlons
tlons call fail t tic be useful usefalI
I am informed sail U Mr MorrIotbat Monieoi Monieoithat
that the net earner erD of the ArmotpacktaK Armopackintc
packtaK house last year were er 7121 7121a Uf Ufa 71279 71279a
a dividend of 15 per cent on a oBjtttt oBjttttHaw
stock of i3At M MHew tiniHew
Hew TraaU Central l Prie Prices Pric88Milk PricesThe a aThe
The Milk trust accountman aecountmaAed appoint appointed
ed by the attorney general of Ne NeYork lyeYork
York has shown that the Milk l lk trust o othat oUIat othat
that city made an enormous profit tIeeRt ei eiprice
IeeRt al1k silk prior to o tAe raises raisesprice 0 t tprice
price two weeks a ago o to > cents cenlsgoes cea
goes to show the enormous pronto prontotrustts
trusts are making and MSQ a 80 how Ute tbecontrol Utecoatrol
control ibices without rItbotNo reason reasonNo reasonNo
No successful Ul boycott cott against th thMeat i iMeat
Meat trust tnl8t In my opinion reek could be betataed betaIDed betalned sus
tataed in Washington Wa 1oR or In any anynay ot otdty
nay The idea has an Inviting invitingbut sou soubut
but its effect wouH act as a boomen boomenagamet boomeranagainst
against the very people who would in inaugurate InaUguJt Inaugurate
augurate it itthe the wage earners earnersThis 8rD8nITh11J earnersThis
This hi the way wa In which James JamesFeeney I IFeeney
Feeney president t of th the Trade Ui UiPubiiebing U UPubttshIBg
Publishing company the organ organspeaks 8Ipabe organspeaks
speaks the he thoughts ef the labor laborof laborof tsar
of Washington sizes up the theUIat pr prthat prop ema
that thatthrvugh his awakened widespread wJde rater raterthroughHit es
throughHit thrvugh wt the cities of the North NorthWeet1o i iWest
West Weet1o eet1KMelY nmely mehy to at once institute instituteboycott Instituteboycott
boycott against the Beef trust truecComUaes tlU8tAm1iAes trustCoutbines
ComUaes < Grip Streag StreagThe Str StrThe StrangThe
The powerful grip of this cum cumn comblneaa sin
eaa ca n nrefusing no more be broken by the peoplrefusing
refusing to eat meat for a short t tthan Urn Urnmeat
than could the de desire lre of the people fo fomoat
meat be permanently Uy cured by fem femarily toarily po
arily abstaining > from it says saysFeeney enysFeeney
Feeney FeeneyI Fee ey eyI
I would say f boycott the Beef erby Beefby U Uby true
by all meane if I thought t It would cu
down the present ettt exorbitant MorbltanttWs prices ptioemthis pricesthis
this labor leader adds ad a ds te But hi inopinion h
opinion a boycott of this kind no cost me1ter costter
ter how well organized could ha haonly
only 17 one effect effectattinwed
etrect9ft
CentfaMied attinwed en rourth Fourth Page
I Daughter of Admiral Jdmiral II
Photo tor torJOSS Maria Xaneail BostOIL
JOSS MABELIJTE GRAY SWIFT
SNOW AVALANCHE AVALANCHETHREA
THREA THREATENS TENS VILLAGE VILLAGEPdpttkttog
Pdpttkttog P d uhum t of Macbe Macbe Suiter Suitererlund S Serland 7 7I 7erland
I erland Flees for Safety SafetyMuch SfetyMuch SafetyMuch
Much Destruction DestructionROaCH DestructionaOXB
ROaCH Jam 2t aPrae Practlcany the ie entirepopulation entire entireUnueltarf tire tireJ
J population of the SwIm S t of Iaebe Macbeis IaebeIII
is III first t A7 to emcrtpe d dill destruction destructionin
ill a t tinsian Unueltarf Ii e snow avalanche An AnImmense AII8eW Anhoeme
Immense hoeme 8eW eld of m znew ov vdrhaa rbraaf the theMe diet e
t town UIIII Ie noraeuiMi1 I 1 iI UIr tieaturng I 1 V g gto
to slip down tIM ono II ataa Ne Me a sat 4 b MIry MIrytbe burythe ry ryHeports
the TIIIap TIIIapBepoJta
Heports Repi tfi f tntm r m Swtoertm Sw seelasd f tell ot 0l aa aavwweoedeiile asampreoeiessted
vwweoedeiile ampreoeiessted l e aaran nomhor r ef avataaehea avataaeheadue a1 avalstseAes 1 ell elldue
due to the IM recent heaT snows rates JIdD8 JIdD8i ratesod
I
i and od storms wt storms nlul Scores of mountatoeioe mountatoeioeXearly JDuuu e ehoaHI
homes haTe been dpetroyed and It is isfeared I If
feared f that when eobsplnte HI apht aphtcommtpdcatiee 1 11IItI
commtpdcatiee 1IItI I testwed there WIll WIllk rift be
en uatmuaWT k TtT heavy th tek tdkNearly tekeazv
Nearly eazv an the wuniWOmwa AI kD kDan mwat in
paaea an biobked with bows like of ofj ofaow
aow aowIt
j Italia It coast towns also report heavy heaY71IJt j jAaflMM
AaflMM tamge h by r vtnras The coast in mseta many manyphases a atttrewa
phases iA tttrewa with the wrecks oft TeIt TeIttwo
seta incbadhvt two small smallMany nighMany steJDeIL steJDeILlany
Many oth other r steamers are overdue and anddown aManxtetY andanxiety
anxiety prevalis In all shipping eIrdeB eIrdeBA
A down corpses have ha already beenwashed been beenI beeRasbed
I washed up on the shore shoreWOMAN bereWOMAN
WOMAN CENSUS TAKER TAKERST
ST LOTHS Lomslan Jan 3 IMn Mrs Murray For Fortetett Forbrtell
befell clubwoman and president of three threepatriotic threepatrlotJc
patriotic organizations the Daughters Daughtersof Daogirt Daogirtof ers ersor
of the American Revolution Uoa the Dugh DughConfedrocy hters
ters of 1SI2 MId the Ja Dam tons W5 of tile tileI theConfedracy
Confedrocy Con wilt tab the mason masonCnhrer of ofCulver orCuI
Culver CuI townehin St Charles countyMrs county couAtFr countyMr
Mr Mrs r Foristen F eI1 say soya she want wants the ex oxperi experience exper1eDce ¬
I peri perience nce ar4 a A 4 aa opportunity to study hu human huoatun human ¬
man nature
I IS ROCKEFELLER THE MAN TO PROBE WHITE SLAVERY SLA VERY +
1 ON of the richest man in the world wor worldborn bom bomwith bomwith
SON 3 with the proverbial golden spoon in his hismouth hismouth hismouth
mouth cared for and nurtured jealously jealouslysubjected jeaJouslysubjected jealouslysubjected
subjected to only tie best and most wholesome wholesomeenvironment wholesomeenvironment wholesomeenvironment
environment in his hildhood living livin through throughyouth throughyouth throughyouth
youth and early manhood d among clean associates associateswhat associateswhat associateswhat
what what can such a maa know of the vice and crime crimethat crimethat crimethat
that splotches the congested districts of our cities citieslike citieslike ties tiesI
like the festering sore upon a lepers brow browTrue browTrue browTrue
I True sociological and economical treatises treatisespresent treatisespresent
present to the collegian in his course of study the theviews theviews theviews
I views of the theorist theorist but to him without personal personalexperience personalexperience personalexperience
experience with the slums slums these serve only to tell tellhim teUhim tellhim
him that t t such conditions do exist exist and present in ina ina ina
a hazy fashion with perspective f fr away out of ofplumb ofpl ofplums
plumb pl m the real situation situationoyqu situationyou situation4you
oyqu 4you you you who have lived as most persons personsof personsU personsof
U of today live you who do know from the scenes scenesyou scenesYou
11 you personally have witnessed you would not notchoose notI notchoose
I choose such a man to probe prob into vice and to pre preI prescribe prescribe
I scribe a remedy for the moral sore On the con conI
I i trary traryped you modern men would seek a man equip equippffi
1 ped witth personal iknowledge of the slums as asthey asthey asthey
they are areBut areBut areBut
But the theorist has been chosen and selected selectedk seJectedO
k O > probe into the crying evil of today todaythe the white whiteslave whiteslave whiteslave
slave traffic in New York Yorkand and the theorist is none noneother noneother
other er than John D Rockefeller jr
John DRockefeIIer D Rockefeller jr jr1 A name to amj conjure conjurewith I Iwith
with a name that brings to the minds eye a the thekingdom thekingdom I
kingdom of Standard Oil and dollar that mountinto mount mountinto
D
into billions billionsJohn billionsJohn + p
John D Rockefeller jr r is known among the thenewspaper j jand it itnewspaper
newspaper reading public chiefly as the organizer organizerand nizer
and superintendent supe ntendent of a young 3 mens Bitte 133biePress Pass ftossPress
Press humorists humyrists hum sts have poked fun at him as such suchLittle SilClhLittle I t lpoked
Little else is known of this young youn raaa nYtdlfor fbr he is is isyoung i iyoung I 1young
young about thirty years years old oJdyet yet in m his bands has II 1 1beer j
beer placed rilaced the inquiry in into to the greatest vice thecount the thecountry l
country count 0 now has to combtt combatthe the trading in wo womanhood ii iimanhood II I Imanhood
manhood jj 1 1Young
Young Rockefeller does nor know the shims I
from personal visits he has Hvti liv d in an environ IODment environment eoyiroament
ment of religious sanctity but hi Is eager to know knowand knowand knowand
and as foreman of the grand jury be is kin kinAnd feanw feanwAnd kamior
And the facts that he is drawing from the witnesseswho whne whnewho witnesses witnesseswho
who appear will either prove or disprove the ale allegation degation alegallon ¬
gation that besmirches bes mirches New Ycrk Y Yerkt f7kthlt 4iwt it t it is the theRialto tbeRialto
Rialto of tie e White Slave Trig TttfriHow TrigHow I IHow
How he is accomplisl ftccompfehtng ing this new duty with withI
hiS billiondollar billiondo J11r jury will II be told told to you e by GOT
I don Mackay who has watched the young billion bittonaire biUionaire billionaire
aire at work and discussed the object objtttot1he of the xrvesti xrvestigation investi investigation
gation witth him
D r rI
I The Story Will Appear Exclushrdy R Exclusivel clusivdy in a aSunday the th thS j jSunday
Sunday S nday Evening Edition of The Washington Times Tim Tomorrow 11 11f I
f
6 6I
I
NEWS FROM KANSASPLEASING KANSASPLEASING KANSAS KMGffiPLEfflG
PLEASING TO TAFT rAFTPr TAFTPrrSSaept
PrrSSaept Pr l it Said to to Feel That ThatHis ThatHis ThatH7s
His Efforts Are Ap Appreciated Appreciated APpreciated ¬
preciated preciatednot preciatednaor preciatedOoyeraot
I
Ooyeraot naor 6ubbs eC Kansas Ka who has hasDOt hasnot I
not alwKvs been given the favors he heashed heaM heasked
asked aM tnIB i from the President Pr8 showed up at attile atthe j js
tile white s HOUJ How > today nits the Infer Iaforuoa infermotion j
motion that se sentiment ttmem t m Ia bin State Is Israpttly isray Israpidly
ray grewta grow in favor of this Ad AtlUOO Adm i iMhrintration
m Mhrintration nkdradoaThe UOO 74 74Presldeat i
The goyecaor or N Ids respects te the
President and after hfe 1 call stopped stoppedrie stop
long eDOaCIt to Sr tat Ute people rie of o
KaIIaa Ke corns te believe
< UTSfrtrr that IHTL4 the Cite
T Taft ft
Administration
mea business businessalong
alone lonr nro rocresshe r sive lines and that they theyp
are for 1 heart p cad sov souL
In addition to this from the governor
there tbfte has L00 some me recently recentl to the White Whitenr
y case from many nr points in the Middle
yest We t Ute news that this lb Administration Administrationintention Admini tratlOn
bInead of losing ground omad
oa account br
thf tart < bill as has been rprcseated re
Is gowln5 In pcpulrity pc palarky 1Hocau5e bed cff f the tiie
PreIIhtenrrr eyifjn intention intentioout n to jarry jarryifot T
out die pledges P eti of the
party plafOt ifot r r1
ADd to look niter the rights his sr the pee pooAJ ee1
pie
pieAs l
AJ a result 1 of this Xr Taft Is 8 fe feel eeI
SUJ Inf In S tine humor over the situation and andpredated
his
callers n quoted him today as SIn
that he felt his efforts 1rrebelng wrre being ap p
predated by the country countryHOPEHTFilEI oountrHOPE countryHOPE
HOPEHTFilEI HOPEHTFilEIii HOPE LOST LOSIFOR FOR MEN MENIN MENINASHOKANTUNNEL
ii INASHOKANTUNNEL INASHOKANTUNNELDeath mm TUIEL TUIELDeath TUNr El ElDeath
Death Role May Reach ReachEleven Reach1IevenFive ReachElevenFive
Eleven 1IevenFive Five Bodies BodiesRecovered BodiesRecovered BodiesRecovered
Recovered RecoveredyiSHKZLI RecoveredYISHKILL RecoveredrISRKILL
yiSHKZLI LANDING DrnG N Y JanAlthough Jan JanA 22 22AlthoMgh
Although A rescue parties are working workingesoemteiy workim
tleepenatelr esoemteiy today in the Ashokan tun tunnel tunWI tunme ¬
nel me under Great Neck mountain Jn where wherethe wher4the wherethe
the fatal explosion occurred late yes yesterday yestettiay ¬
terday erenmg e eng it t te not believed they theywill the thewUI theywill
will fine alive any all of the tb six men still stillimprisoned stillmprIeoaeG stillimprisoned
imprisoned in the shaft and that the thetotal tb tbtotal thetotal
total death roll will reach eleven five fivebodies fiveedIe8 fivebsdiem
bodies having havi already been recovered recoyeredOBIy recoveredonly
only three of whom were Americans AmericansThe AmericansTile AmericansThe
The tunnel te being blasted bl8 through throughAshokan throughte
te carry water to New Yerk from the theAMIIoka theAabokaa
Ashokan dam damTbe ciaJnThe damThe
The liteR men were preparing to leave so sout sothat
I that a ton of nitreglycerine might be beexploded beexpletled beexploded
exploded by electricity The explosion explosioncame explosioncaMe explosioneaine
came prematurely prematurelyThere KIIDAtUl prematurelyThere fJ fJTh
There Th re were eighteen men in the tunnel tunneli tunnelat tunnelat
i at the time tIRIe but seven MY escaped thoughseriously though thoughseriously thoughJJerieuMy
seriously injured It is believed two twoI twoOf toof
I of them wilt die dieNAGEL die dieNAGEL dieNAGEL
NAGEL GOES HOME HOMEi HOrvIETO HOMETO
i TO AID GRIFFITHSecretary GRIFFITH GRIFFITHSecretary GRIFFITHetary
Secretary etary of Commerce and Labor LaborNugei LaborN LaborN
Nugei N ael left Washington Wa this morning for forMteeouri forwhere forMissouri
Missouri where he will spend ond the great greater greater t ter ¬
er part of next week w ek making speeches speechesm
m ja behalf of the election of Griffith the theRepublican the1tOmmee theIttpwbltcaa
Republican nominee for the seat made madevsran mofleIn madeyaeattt
vsran yaeattt in Congress Co grn by the death or orttI
i Representative ttIve ttI De > e Armond ArmondKr J1rJB01tdXr Armondtr
Kr tr Na Nagel ei will ellt UI return to > Washington Washingtonnext WaBhlngton1Iext Washingtonnext
next Friday FridayRED FzIdYRED7 FridayRED
RED RED7 CONDEMNED TO fbIE THE THEST IE IEST
ST PETERSBURG Jan 22 2ZJan 2JanPourers Jan JanPeatren
Peatren a leader in the Ruslan revolu revolutionary revolutionary olu olutJonary ¬
tionary movement monn t now in th the United UnitedStates
States has ben be n condemned to death deathby deathbJ deathby
by a courtmar urtmar ial at Rigo He HeVte ac acrugpd atcustd
rugpd of murd murdrng rnurdt tng + ng a Dr r r Katterfiad Kattertl d itt ittthe fcithe 1 1the
the Kurland province Pf 1nce
SGANDALIN SCANDAL IN NAVY NAVYRESULTS NAVYRESULTS
RESULTS IN ORDER ORDERFOR ORDERCOURFMART1AL
FOR COURTMARTIAL COURTMARTIALSurgeon
Surgeon E S Cowles of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Service Alleges AllegesInsult Al1egeSI AllegesInsult
Insult InsultDANCE I InsultDANCE nsul t tDANCE
DANCE AT BOSTON BOSTONSCENE BOSTONSCENE BOSTONSCENE
SCENE OF ATTACK ATTACKJudge ATTACKJudge ATTACKJudge
Judge Advocate General Acts in inCases inCa5es inCases
Cases of Paymaster Auld and andSurgeon aDdSurgeon andSurgeon
Surgeon Robnett SobnettCharges Robnettc RobnettCharges
Charges c of a grave Ye nature in including including including ¬
cluding disrespect t to a superior of officer offICer officer ¬
ficer insult insult assault assault ult and conductunbecoming conduct conductunbecoming conductunbecoming
unbecoming a gentleman ntleman placed inthe in inthe inthe
the hands of the Judge AdvocateGeneral Advocate AdvocateGeneral AdycntGeneral
General of the Navy al a against Pay Paymaster Paymaster Paymaster ¬
master George Perdval Auld of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Wabash abash receiving rea vigg ship at the theCharleston theCharleston theCharleston
Charleston Navy Yard Yard resulted this thismorning thismominr thismorning
morning in the issuance of an or order order order ¬
der by the Secretary of the Navy Navyfor Navyfor Navy Navyfor
for a courtmartialThe courtmartiaL courtmartiaLThe courtmartiatThe
The investigation is the out outgrowth outrowth outgrowth ¬
growth rowth of charges made against againstthe againstthe i t tthe
the paymaster by Dr E E S Cowles Cowlesa
a cousin of Rear r Admiral Cowles Cowlesof Cowkof Cowlesof
of the navy navyCOURTMARTIAL na naCOURT rY rYCOURTMARTIAL
COURT COURTMARTIAL MARTLAr ORDERED ORDEREDAdditional ORDEREDAdditIonal ORDEREDAdditional
Additional interest was added tothe to tothe toilie
the auBSvsl case through Ute f tact tactthat factthat t tthat
that Rear Admiral Swift SwIft who is isnow isnow isnow
now stationed ta Ofted in Washington is al alleged a1Ieged alleged ¬
leged BY the Cowleses to have 1e tried triedto triedto triedto
to suppress suJpress the aatter beeaaee base e an of ofthe ofthe 0fthe
the friendship of kin daughter daaghterMadeline daughterMadeline gkter gkterMadeline
Madeline for A Acid AlIHLA AlIHL1BIUtial Acidids kL kLHirt
ids Hirt 1BIUtial artial fc c8i t > i for foraui forJ
=
J A 41J 1 aui 3I and pfSoacs pf 4i thenavy the thenavy th
navy I navy vy named named ied to serve alt o tb the hoard hoardare Dardare boardare
are ordered to report to Boston on onthat onthat onthat
that date dateRear dateRear dateRear
Rear Admiral Swift Accused AocuedRear AccusedRear
Rear Admiral Swift was drawn info int inttbe intithe
the case When Mrs Cewfes declaredthat declared declaredtbat i ithat
that that official brraght It tIM dNlr ebarg charts chartsto u uto s sto
to Washington agt and had them pigeon pigeonholed llreonhoJed pigeonholed ¬
holed holedSecretary hoJedOSe holedSecretary
OSe Secretary < Meyer knew nothing about aboutthem abouttbea abouthem
them when I sailed OB him ea January1L January 1R
11 11 she saW Site
declared It wasthrough was wasthrough wasthrough
through the iasfeienee r f Sonata Lodge Lodgethat Lodgethat Iodgthat e
that thatthe the department took cogafeance ce cethe of ofthe n nthe
the matterPaymaster matter matterPaymaster matterP8
Paymaster P8 81 Auld has been orderedtemporary ordered orderedtemporary onIwedt
temporary t d atT ty at Charleston Cbart yard yarfpeadtag yardJeIHIlag yardpending
pending the date t for
the threshing threshte or orof 0 0or oz ozof
of the charges charg by 1 y the courtmartial ecMInRI8CUlRear counttaertlalRear courtmartialRear
Rear Admiral Swift declared eciar 41 th iha ihamorning 3 3moratog 3mommg
morning there had d Wen m no attempt to tnsuppress toue tosuppress
suppress the charges aa aa adt officials e als at atthe atthe arthe
the Navy Department Pepmiti mit
made similar similarstatement 8imitastate r rstatements
statement state statementswhea statementWhen
stateWJtea
When the waiter was brought t to m mattention maUentioa t tattention
attention as commandant of the yard yardthe Yrdthe yardthe
the rear admiral said r Z hnmedlateipassed hniModlater hniModlaterpassed 1Rtel 1Rtelpacsed
passed the t A charges c along a to Washington Washing Washington ¬
ton It w teas s a purely of eCMal k1si affair an anI anI anI
I see no reason why my 4 iatigbler iatigblername gh ter terns tername ¬
ns name me s aground ouM be involved hi th tM oontr oontrversy ooot oootversy oontrrsersy
sersyRear versy versyRear versyREUlr
Rear Admiral Swift this meniteg WI8r1I s spen spenm apenymore enr enrmore
more m than half an hew n in the office o oSecretary 0Secretary oSecretary
Secretary Meyer and later had an ex oxtended extended extended ¬
tended ceofereoo QUi Assistant Secn Secntary Secrttar Secretary
tary Beeksaaa W1 t1arep Wl threp wilder 1Ht r whomthe whom tvhomthe whomthe
the matter comes directly directlyDr directlyDr directlyDr
Dr Cowles C 4es lieges he was insulted llJUltroand insultedand
and attacked by Acid at 8 dance given givenat givenat giverat
at the Q resftieBC of Dr Amen AmecbcrtL Decem December Decembar ¬
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this mornlSf by Secretary c Ute Nav Navlleyer NavMeyer Nary NaryMeyer
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rects the following t llo < officers to report af atBaton a aBoston afBoston
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C Cnmuutder > mroaader John F F Labs LabsSargeoa I LWtySJrgeoD > hy hySurReoa
SurReoa Eugene P Stone StoneSurgeon StoneSu StoneSurgeon
Surgeon Su e George e B B W Wilson WJIeeaLl WilsonLieutenant B BLieutenant
Lieutenant Ll UtenaDt Commander Jnttan I L Latitier Lati Latimer LLtim LLtiter
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merPavniaster Paymaster ter Victor S S Jaekaon JaekaonPaymaster JaekMDPajrm JaeknaPaymaster
Paymaster Pajrm ster Herbert Herb rt E StevensPassed St Stevens St8YeRSPa vaas vaasPassed
Passed Pa o8ed Assistant Surgeon Frederick A AA Aqcrson AAserson
Aserson AsersonPaymaster A qcrson qcrsonPaJR8oat erson ersonPaymaster
Paymaster PaJR8oat r Edward E teLAll GoodmeiAll Good GoodmeLAll
All these men are officers ot the nay nayThe navj navjThe ft ftThe
The Judge advocate of the board win winbe witbe 11 11be
be Capt Herbert Herbe < rt H H Hershiager of th thUnited the thfUnited theUnited
United States Marino Corps CorpsGuests CocpsGuests CorpsGuests
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4oeordlns to th the dispatch from Boston Boetottthe Bostonthe Bostonthe
the dance at which 1r stir r Cowles was wasInsulted waInsulled wasInsulted
Insulted was given by Dr Howard EAmes E EAmes EAmes
Ames medical inspector inspect er ef The UniteStates Unite TJBlteStates UulteoStates
States NavY at t his Charleetown Charle MW1l resi residence rbi rbidefiC6 rEaideuce ¬
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A visit of Sirs Cbwi Cowles 6 to Secretary Secretaryaisyer Secretlz SecretaryMeyer
Meyer z er and Senator Henry Cabot Lodge Lodg1on Lodgeon Lodgeon
on January 11 11 te saW aW to have haV resulted rovultecin resultedin J Jin
in bras tit first kndwled kR knowledge e of the affair in inthe inthe inthe
the present investigation htveeUsationThe JRyeetlsatloRuTe investigationhe
uTe The he Cowiec had received r ee ilved one 01 01twelve 0 I Itwele r rtwelve
twelve special invitation Jnvltat te the series seriesof seriesor aeriesof
of army and navy avy hops hold daring d rh > the thelaat th tha8t thelast
last a8t few winters They r received eeiv d an R in inyltatioB invttatlolt Invitatlon
yltatioB this season N November vea b r J4 J Jthrewgh J4threugk
through their friondoMp frl8D eWp with Misf MisfAmee 311sFAntes w wADe8
Antes and attended the Seat hop S Svember No November > o
vember 27 when Dc Cewi Cwte 8 net Sur Surgeon Surgeon Surgeon
geon Robnett casually casuallyThe casuallyTbe casuallyThe
The happenings at t the second dan danare r rtold rare
are told by Dr Cowles in this manmr manmrfiftcr mannorl maun r rafter
l utter my wile and I had been r r

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