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Fair Tonight and Tues Tuesday ¬ I
Inquiry Court to toIn9uire Inquire IntoCause Into IntoCause IntoCause
Cause of Explosion Explosionon
on Charleston CharlestonBLAME CharlestonBLAME CharlestonBLAME
UPON BREECH PLUG PLUGPremature PLUGPremature PLUGPremature
Premature Discharge Believed toj tojHave to toHave toHave
Have Been Cause of ofAccident ofAccident ofAccident
Accident AccidentThe
The Navy a y Department this morning morningreceived morntngrocel morningrocetved
received rocel ed a dispatch from Hoar Re r Admiral AdmiralHubbard AdrntralHubbard AdmiralHubbard
Hubbard announcing the killing of eight eightmen eI eightmen ht htmen
men aboard the th flagship Charleston of oithe ofthe ofthe
the Asiatic squadron by the blowing blowingout
out of a breech br h plug in a threeinchgun threeinch threeinchgun three Inch InchbUn
gun while at tarl target > ec practice at Olon Olongapo Olonsapo Olone
e gape The dead are arePHILIP uePHILIP arePHILIP
PHILIP JOHN McKEE master at aterms atarm atarms
arm ermsWALTER armsWALTER
HENRY HENRY Y A HEATER HEA TFJR seaman seamanLEX 2e seamanEO mn mnLEO
LEO EO RBNMELE ordinary seaman aeamxnHARRY seamanHARRY aea mn mnHARRY
HARRY REAVES CRADEN ordinary ordinaryseaman ordinry6taman ordinaryseaman
seamanRALPH seaman seamanRALPH 6tamanRAI
RALPH RAI PH BBRKMAX ordinary seaman seaman31MVARD seamanM > > eamaltXIE
M XIE BARNERD ordinary seaman seaman31WARD eman3DW
31MVARD 3DW ARD ALBERT MOLL iQLI = private privateUnited privatelnited prlvatetnited
United States Sta Marine Corps CorpsSpeculation CorpsSpeculation CorpsSpeculation
Speculation as a > to Cause CauseRear CauleR CauseRear
Rear R ar dmlral Hubbard commander commanderinchlef commnderInhleC commander1nI
inchlef 1nI lef of the station Is of the opinion opinionthat opinionthat opinionthat
that the accident was as due to a prema premature prematUrE premature ¬
ture discharge This might have hapDened hap happened bplJened ¬
pened according to ordnance expertsthrough experts expertsthrough
through the Jamming or the firing ftrtR pin pinwhich pinwhich pinwhich
which explodes the t cartridge The supIosition sup supposition 1tUplJoslUon ¬
position is that the pin for some reason reasonor r reasonor UOn UOnor
or other wan wa + not drawn back when the thebreech thebreech thebreech
breech plu plus was withdrawn withdrawnFiring withdrawnFiring
Firing hastily as would be the case casein casein e ein I
in target practice the breech plug plu after afterthe afterthe afterthe
the fresh cartridge had been inserted insertedprobably lruertedrobably Insertedprobably
probably was wa thrown back into place placewith pIaeewlt placewith
wlt with considerable con Jderable force the firing pin pindischarging pinc11stharglng pindischarging
discharging the tb shell before the screwblocks screw screwblocks 8erewblo
blocks blo < ks were In place As J4 a natural tural con consequence consequence consequence ¬
sequence the explosion explo lon shot ot the plug plugbackward plul1ackward plugbackward >
backward out of the breech of the gun gunThe gunThe n nThe
The large lal > e number or deaths caused by bythe bythe bythe
the accident ac idt is I due to the fact that the thebreech thebreech thebreech
breech plug > as it was 11 blown out shot shotacross shotacr088 slatacross
across the decks d = k striking tb the men who whowere whoere whowere
were ere behind the gun The Charleston Charlestonhas Cbarle ton tonhas
has already alr y returned to the target tar et range rangeto rAnKeto rangeto
to continue the th target practice inter interrvipTfd JnterrlTtfd lnterrCt
rvipTfd rCt tcd by h the explosion explosionA
A ro rrt rt ef inquiry ha ters U4 tadt
1 < > the commanderJnctWrtt commanderJnctWrttjratp command Ori In lotgate dot 1oeeti lJtYeU lJtYeUgaff
gaff the th accident The men will 111 be bebiiftl bebiitd bebid i
bid at Canacao CavUe Ca lte P I IT IT IT
T a Charleston is a protected protecl cruiser cruiserof crui8erof
of 9710 70 tons launched at N Ne1lrt wjort News Newson Xewtilon Newson
on January 22 lfH She carrL 640 offi officer of8ce ot11cEr ¬
cer ce f > an a ant nJ < J men and is commanded by bymmanrler
O mmander John R Gibbons The TheC TheharIfston
C harifston 1 hits been the flagship of Rear R r
Admiral dTTITltl John Hubbard commanderin commanderinch commanderlneLlf ¬
ch eLlf of the Asiatic Al atlc fleet for a number numberof
of months
Previous Explosions ExplosionsTI Explosionfing
TI fing t ring the th laot la tten ten years there have havet
t f rD n n number of fatalities in the navy navyCUP na navyt y yf
CUP f t < > explosions aboard ship hlpthe the two twornt twor twor
rnt r r t tragic tra oeinr nein in El J re t explosion explo ion on April AprilC
C L I r1 > N t of a twelveInch gun on the bat batt batV
V t tip Iowa off of Pensacola killing klUI I three threer thr thrand
r 1 and injuring five others otb and the thett thet thetrribie
t trribie tt ruble nbl explosion of powder 01 the battc bat battohtp batthlp
tohtp tc hip Georgia on July 13 1907 while whileerr whilecf hne hneef
err Massachusetts Iaslaehu ettfl bay A lieutenant lieutenanttrI lieutenantl
trI l to t1 l s 8y seven ven n enlisted men were killed In Inths Inths intlyS
ths acldent a cident wliii hl thirteen others othe suf sufS 8Urd sufd
S < > d various Injuries Injuriestn IC I IIn
C tn In April 13 1904 on the battleship battl blp
Jilssouri 1 uri a 100pound case ca of powder powderexploded poderfldfd powdercshlodM I
exploded fldfd in one of the th forward turrets turretsvniip turretsr I
vniip r hlle 111 the ship was as at target ta ft practice practicec
c cF p Juantanamo Cuba Four officers officerstr officerszed I
tr zed r1 < l fourteen of the crew rew were ere killed killedDaring killedDlTmg killedD 1
Daring D firing the speed tI t trial of the battle battleship battlsbJp hattleship ¬ 1
ship Tenneswe Tf > nnelt54e e on June 6 11e 1308 barsting histingr
r f a boiler caused the death of four men menrrl mtnr mencrs
rrl r 1 maimed eight other The accident accidentc accidentlred
c < erred off theCalifornia the California coast coastJUMPS coastJUMPS coastJUMPS
sieving ving Over Loss of Her Mother MotherGirl MotherGirl MotherGirl
Girl Commits Suicide SuicideIn
In New York YorkNEW YorklIo YorkNEW
NEW lIo r YORK March 28 1GrMlftS 1GrMlftSover Grieving Grievingover Grievingover
over the death of her mother two weeks weeksago weekllago weeksago
ago Lottie urtg twentythree tenty three Jumped Jumpedto
to her death from the sixth story st < < y of o her herhome her110me herhome
home at 203 St Annes avenue early earlytoday e earlytoday rl rltoday i
today todayWhen todayhen todayWhen
When hen the girl was as found In the area areaway areaway areaway
way she ht > wag U still alive She died at atLincoln atLincoln atLincoln
Lincoln Hospital a few hours Inter InterWEATHER IkterYEATHER laterWEATHER
WEATHER REPORT REPORTTemperatures REPORTTemperatl REPORTTemperatures
Temperatures continue above the nor normountalns normal normal
mal in all di districts Uicltl east oC the Roc Rocn1ountains Rocky Rockymountains I
mountains mountalnsThe n1ountainsTh 1
The Th > weather win be generally fair to1 to1night to tonight 1
night and Tuesday in all districts east eastof eutof eastof
of the th Mississippi river riverThe rlvflrThE riverThe
The temperature will UI rise r tonight tonil > ht in intTr Ietl ipthe
the tl middle Atlantic States and Tuesday Tuesdayon Tu < e8Clay e8Clayn
on n the middlE Atlantic and New e Eng England Ensland England ¬
land coasts < Temperatures T ture will iII continue continuehigh continueligh continueHigh
high cast < ut of the Mississippi river during duringfmight duriAttmlght duringtnight
fmight and Tuesday TuesdayFORECAST Tue TuesdayFORECAST da daFORECAST
Fair tonight and Tuesday warmer armtl to tonight tot1 toniRht ¬
night t1 ght moderate south and southwest southwestwinds Mtlthwtwinds aouthweatw
winds w Inds
fi a m tji tjia R
9 a m it it1Q
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11 a a m nta3 5i
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pm pmpm pm 5 f
i Pun un rises 532 532Sun Ii i3tSun =
Sun sets J 678TIDE 626 626TIDE
TodayH Today Hifrh tide 94S a m and 38JS 38JSTomorrow 116p 011m
p m Low tide 4 A m alld 4 1 5 p m mTomorrowHigh I ITomorroH
Tomorrow TomorroH TomorrowHigh High h tide liraa 10 51 a m and andir50 andir50
ir50 p m Low tide 4tt a m and 54H iY9pm 54Hp iQIP
p pm m
QHARPERS HARPERS FERRY W Va March MarchES MarchBoth larchSBoth
ES SBoth Both rivers clear this morning morningEstablished morningEstablished morningEstablished
Established 1824 6th and N Y Ave Aveis Ave1st Ave1st
is 1st Joseph LIbbey Now Frank Libbey LlbbeyCo LlbbeyCof Co CoAdvt CoAdvt
> Advt i
FIXED FOR MAY 7 7I 7Second
I Second Annual Marathon toBe to toBe toBe
Be Run From Laurel Laurelto
to Baltimore BaltimoreCAPITAL BaltimoreCAPITAL BaltimoreCAPITAL
Better Conditions Expected By ByMaking ByMaking ByMaking
Making Bate Earlier Than ThanLast ThanLast ThanLast
Last Year YearThe Ye YearThe r
The second annual ARnua intercity IntereSt Marathon Marathonrace
race will be run on May rllY 7 7Washington iWuhln1on 7Washington
Washington and Baltimore will m vie Ie on onthat onthat onthat
that date for intercity Ion long distance distancehonors dt distancehonors tance tancehOQon
honors in a race that promises to toeclipse toeeltPlt toeclipse
eclipse oven a n the e > successful > uccfi ul Marathon Marathonrun
run June 12 1 1M9 1M9Inaugurated 1i 1iInau 1918Inaugurated
Inaugurated Inau uraled only last year ear the con contest contest ¬
test between theM two cities aroused arousedalmost arouMdahftOft arousedalmost
almost nation wide interest in athletic athleticclrcloe athleUcdrcle athleticcircles
circles and won a place among the pre premier premier prointer ¬
mier athletic athlet Ie events eventsThen fEmtsThen eventsThen
Then because ff O the thortnees of tim timmany tl time timemany Nt Ntman
many man ath athete thlet 4 s failed to run because becausethey becausethey UM UMthey
they could not n t set et Into condition in intime htthne intime
time This year announcement is made madeIn madein A AI
I in sufficient time to Ret in the be beet t of ofcondition ofOndIUon ofcondition
condition for a long distance race and andsome IUtdIOme andsome
some or organhn an teutons tions have begun be n training trainingalready tntinlfttalready trainingalready
already in anticipation of this announcemenL announcement announce announcement ¬
ment mentWith mentWith
With t1t a date dU more mor than a month earlier earlierHIM earlierand earlierand
HIM and consequently con ln Iy a chance for better betterweather 1Mtterwth betterweather
weather wth r conditions with Ith a slightly lung ¬
er and much better roadway and with withthe vlththe withthe
the piwt prestige Ie of lat years race it is ispredicted ispredicted ispredicted
predicted tha that the Marathon of IfM 1tl 14 will willset willset
set a new De mark in the l e Souths South athletic ath e eBnal
annals Bnal
To Finish IB in Baltimore BaltimoreLast BaltimoreLalIt BaltimoreLast
Last years ear scene when nearly 100 100athletes 100athletes
athletes the u pick of Washington and andBaltimore andBaltimore
Baltimore runners traversed traer the course coursefrom coursefrom
from Laurel to Washington and ran randown randown I
down Pennsylvania Pen jJ lvania avenue between betweenlong bet betweenlong 70 70on
long on lines lt of cheering spectators and andfinished d dfuUshed
finished before the Munsey building inview in inview Invi
view vi of shouting ifhoutln thousands will be re repeated repealed repeated
peated this year in Baltimore BaltimoreTbough BaltimoreThough
Though the contestants will m start startagain startagain startagain
again at Laurel this years course will willlie willlie ill illlie
lie from the tbemldwa midway city to the heart of oCnJUmofe ofBaltimore
Baltimore The finish ftn h line will UI be beatrftCbed bestretched
stretched in front of the building of the theBaltimore theBaJttmore theBaltimore
Baltimore A News ews at Fayette Fat > tte and Calvert Cal Calvert
vert streets 8treetarhe streetsThe
The event will OJ be held under the tbeauspices theauspices theauspices
auspices of TH The Wasrngton Wt Times with withthe withthe I Ith
the th saflftioa of tb u t11e Amateur AmateerUn alt altUM A AUMk
UMk UM OMBtT > 4Mldss + + imie of o the he South tlt fkfAs iet ietAssociation jttAMooelatlon
As Association ociation A A U will figure largely Jar JarIn isrg y
In the roster of officials for die le a run runThe rvaThe runThe
The fact that the finish wilt w be m tits tbeMonumental titsMonumental e I
Monumental City according accordl to toagreement as asagreement
agreement made de when the series was wasinaugurated wasInaugurated 1
inaugurated will not dampen the inter interest iftterfst iatlreat ¬ 1
est of the Capital CapitalSpecial CapitalSpecial CapitalSpecial
Special Trains Suggested SuggestedSugestlons SuggestedSugestlona
Sugestlons to run special trams lr1 ns to toBaltimore toDaJtimore toBaltimore I
Baltimore to take over spectators who whowish whowish whowish
wish to se He their favorites cross roe the tbetape tite thetape I Ipe
tape pe have already been n made madeThe madeThe madeThe
The finish In Baltimore adds zest to tothe tothe
the competition for Washington clubs clubsIt clubIt I
It was a triumph when Washington ath athletes athletN athletes ¬
letes captured ptured both team and Individual Individuallaurels Indlvtctuallaurels individuallaurels
I IJnto
laurels from Its sister city but to forge forgeinto f forgeInto e
into the midst of the stronghold of oflongdistance oClongdistance oflongdistance
longdistance running in n the South is a avictory a1ctory avictory
victory that is being tng looked forward to toCapital tobv toby
bv Capital athletic organisations with witheager witheger witheager
eager anticipation anticipationThe anticipationThe
The Young You Mens Christian Aseoctation Associa Association A ¬
tion of Washington Va nlngton which hleh ran away awaywith a7oayIth awaywIth
with Ith the honors last year has already alreadydecided alreadydeekled alreadydecided
decided to put a team in the field while while1some
some of the t l strong distance and cross crosscountry cro crocoulltry crosscountry ¬ I
country organizations of Baltimore are arereported al1reported arereported
reported to have ha started training in an anticipation anticipation
ticipation of the announcement of the theeent theevent
event eventThough eentThou eventThough
Though Thou b th the course our thi this year y ar will b babout H Habout beabout i
about two miles longer than that into intoWashington intoWashington I
Washington ra bington the roads that have under undergone undergone undergone I
gone extensive xt n I repairs palNl on tine tn other side sideof sideof sideof
of Laurel in the opinion of experts now n nowform w
form an Ideal c course urse over which to run tuna runa runa I
a Marathon race raceRonds rAeeRoads raceRoads
Roads in Fine Shape ShapeThere SliapeThere ShapeThere
There are no steep st p hills hill Instead there thereIs
Is a gently undulating grade which au authorities authorities au authorities ¬
thorities say sa is much mu > easier on the run runner runJter runner ¬
ner than a flat and leel le el stretch stretchPlacing stretchPiacinJ stretchPlacing
Placing the date more than a II monthearlier month monthearlier
earlier gives l > lves runners a better chance of offacing orfaetng offacing I
facing ideal Marathon conditions1 conditions All AHthe Allthe Allthe
the big New England runs are held heldearly heldearl heldearly
early earl in May ItIa and experience shows that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the temperature then Is likely to be Just JustcoM justcold justcold
cold enough for such an eventThe event eventTbe eventThe
The training work wH also be made mAdetatiier madeeasier
easier Between Betw April showers the theWashington theVuhlnlton theWashington
Washington weather is generally snap snappy snapp ¬
py p and not too cold Many men are arealready arealr arealredy
already alr dy out in training in anticipation anticipationof anUelp tkm tkmof
of the Marathon and other spring dis distance dlstAnee distance ¬
tance events eventsThe eventsThe eventsThe
The race this year will be run under underthe underthe underthe
the A A U rules as it was last and the thesame thesame
same me system of checkers and attend attendants attendan attendants I
ants an which proved l > roved such a success SU < 0e6 thenwill then
mill be worked out again againDefinite I
Definite announcement of officials officialsavailable oUclalsavailable officialsavailable I
available training places laces and other de details detaU details ¬
tails of the run will will IR be announced from fromday fromday
day da to day in n the columns of r The Times
Children Rolling Roll ng Eggs and Enjoying Enjoy ng th thSport the thpSport theSport
Sport SportEnjoy SportGHILDREN SportCHILDREN
Enjoy EggRolling of EasterMonday Easter EasterMonday
Monday While Elders EldersLook Eldersook EldersLook
i I
Look ook On OnBy OnBy
i iBy
Five thousand children and Easter EasterMonday EaaterIonday FasterMonday
Monday on the White House grounds groundsBoys groundsBoys lOund lOundBo3
Boys and girt in egxs e < < a stuffed rabbits rabbitsand rabbitsand rabbitsand
and hens rolling to the foot oot of every everyknoll everyknoll veryknoll
knoll in one laughing tau < < hlng shouting shoutin < < heap heapwhile heapwhile
while mothers and D4 fathers and not a Rfew afew
few grandparents looked on eagerly and andwished andwlahed andwished
wished they could lay aide their dignits dig dignity dlKmty ¬
nits and their years yearsTiie yearsTate
Tate brilliant had lI d eggs p the vivid Ivtd scar scarlet scarlet cr ¬
let of the childrens coats ta their tower ftowetladen flowerladen towerladen
laden hats hat and brightcolored ribbons ribbonsand ribborwand ribbonsand
and sashes blended blend with rtth the tit green tIftft of ofbursting efbunUn sfbursting
bursting bunUn buds and the lb faint pink of ofmagnolia ofmagftoUa ofmagnolia
magnolia blossoms to make a scene aee e ofentrancing of ofentrancing
entrancing young < < life movement 1OftOllHlntjoy and asMlJoy andjoy
Joy when the largest crowd in the his history I
tory of Easter eggrolling l > IOU Dff at tb the White WhiteHouse
House gathered on the gr gruoda unda > Spd d at atthe atthe atthe
the gates t this morning to see the fun funThough ha haThouch fnnThough
Though children were everywhere eftlTWb8ehe e as asthe
the he ground under ones one feet t and andat UMJ tgtg UMJgin
g gin at ones one skirts Irt still the tJteft theold smaUT smaUTgates
old wercttspr ft ftte + estlu eutss > b bpates
gates te This was because no man n er erwas orwoman r rwoman
woman was admitted to the grounds groundsunless groundsunless
unless accompanied by a child childCksidrea childCitiidrea
Cksidrea C iWr a Are Borrows BorrowsThe BtirrowedThe
The bachelor and th t the spinster or the theold tMckI theeld
old couple who ho could not claim a grand grandchild JJ1D4chl1d grandchild ¬
child found that Easter egg roiling rollingswere roilingwere railingswere
were not for them and they gaxed enviouitly en enviously eavlouy ¬
viously at the woman wom who ho entered thegates the thegates
gates te followed by a brood of small children chil children ¬
dren Some of them in desperation desperationadopted desperationadopted
adopted a charge for the occasion Oneman One Oneman OMn
man n who was refused ref admittance aAhait by byone b bone byone
one of the gate t8 keepers eepel1l because be heAlone was wasalone wasalone
alone walked Iked round to the other oUt < < en entrance efttrance entrance ¬
trance and waited at the corner until untilhe untilhe untilhe
he saw 8 w a mother accompanied a mpaated by four fourlaughing fourIulhing fourlaughing
laughing chattering boys and girls girtaalight l girlsalight
alight from the car carPlease carPIMe carPiesee
Please excuse me madame but could couldyou couldou couldyou
you ou possibly lend me one of your chil children cblldren children ¬
dren 1 he asked His voice YOIeei8C wa was re rej r rIIpetul respecttul
j pectiul but very eager ea er The woman womanpaused womanpaUled womanpaused
paused in astonishment and looked at athim athtm athim
him suspiclously suspiclouslyYou suspicIoUFIYou
You see > > ee explained the man with witha
a sort of apologetic note in his voice voiceI
I cant get g t into that place without a achild achild achild
child and I havent one Then to the theIMt thegreat
great IMt amusement of the onlookers he hejoin hejoined
joined join forces fort with lth the mother of the thefamily theCamllr thefamily
family and together to ether the th two with the thechildren thechndr thechildren
children chndr trailing after them th m entered thegates the thegates thegates
gates while the unsuspecting policeman policemansmiled policemanmiled policemansmiled
smiled graciously upon them themBetrayed themBetrayed
Betrayed by Countenance CountenanceOne
One of the tragedies of the morning morningwas
was the disappointment di of an old couple couplewho couplewho
who had come from Hagerstown Maryland Mary Maryland JIIV ¬
land to spend Easter ter in Washington WashingtonArm
Arm In arm they passed down the thei thestreet
i street toward the entrance gate their theirweatherbeaten theirweatherbeaten
weatherbeaten wrinkled faces eager eagerwith eagerwJt eagerwith
with wJt anticipation They were 8Ie forestalled forestalledby
by a small Hebrew boy boyYer boyYer boyYer
Yer kalnt git in that gate without withoutyer witboutyer withoutyet
yer have er child with yer Gimme 10 10cents 10cen1t 10cents
cents and Ill take yer in inNeither inNeither
Neither of the old people observed observedthe observedthe i ithebo
the thebo boy carefully and giving vlnJ him 101 101cents lhcents 10 10cents +
cents adopted him at once When they i iapproached tapproacbed
approached the gate t a smile went wentaround ent I Iaround I
around among those who congregated congregatedthere con congregatedthere egatcd egatcdthere
there to watch the crowds enter e ter the thegrounds I Igrounds Iground
grounds groundsThis groundsThis I ITbls
This is our grandson said Ute old oldman oldnian I Iman
man from Hagerstown pointing down to
his diminutive guide guideO
0 go way ay mister You cant kid kidme kidme kidme
me answered the policeman who wan
doing his duty bravely Now I C can H
tell a block away that that boy aint aintyour atiatyour l lyour
your grandchild and this here adoptin adoptinContinued adoptlnContinUed adoptinContinued
Continued on Fifth Page Ps e
New England Damsels Crowd SightSeeing Automo Automobiles Automobiles Automolules ¬
biles and Visit Tomb of First President PresidentAt
At Mt Vernon
Two thousand visiting vWtll b New England EnglandMftoel Englandhool Englandschool
school hool girls started out this morning to todo
do up the to tn n in style Divided into intosmall
small parties prt they went in big S sight sightseeing shhtautolDObUetJ sightaosimg ¬
seeing automobiles although many manywalking manywand manywalking
walking wand parties were seen n In each eachcase eachc eachcase
case c however oevl the party was accom accompanted 8ccompanted accompartied
panted by teachers to see that the young youngi youngwomen youngwomen
i women did rot fail to live up to their theirI tneirtrlcl theirstrict
I strict ideas of deportment deportr Oftt and did not notcarry
j carry on any aD flr niru AI tstdns tnll ons with the youth youthof youth youthof
of the th Capital who were notably im imfclks 1mJlr Impressed
Jlr pressed rl hy nt > gO01 looks or the S school schoolfelks < hOOI hOOIfClks
fclks from fse t e North NorthSome
Some of o thu girls went to see ee the egg e a
rolling content co ttft at the White House HOtHoewhich
in which they tbe were very much interest ¬ f
ed edThis
This afternoon aft l noon ML It Vernon is I to be
attacked in force ss most of the th parties
have arranged to visit that place If
the present pteus are carried q rried out the
birthplace of 01 otr r first President will see seea acea seea
a memorable grtheringr as more than
LOGO of the girls intend to make the trip I
The girls wi remain here until the
last of the month Most of the hotel hotelaccommodations t
accommodations have been reserved i
however for other parties who are to tofollow tf tff tofollow
follow f < tHo Boston s seems = etm to I lie ie the gatherng gather gatherng
ng place of th the ho next crowd to arrive arriveas
as 81 most of the parties part1 are booked from I Itbat
that thatj place
= c
Sends ends Special Message to toCongress toCongress toCongress
Congress Today Urging UrgingPresident Urgingpriation Urgingz
z priation priationPrfthleilt prl tion tionPresident
President Taft sent a special massage massageto
to the Senate 5t mite and House this afternoa afternoain
in which he urged that an II IIof appropriation appropriationof
of > laann J8I tw the next fiscal year be bernade bem bemade
made m tor the tariff tarlfr1d board He sutpseted sutpsetedthat u3sot M Mthat d dthat
that thin be D made e Immediately IlIUIMdIa ly available avail available ¬
able ableThe sr srThe
The be President notmed Coworeas that thathe thathe thathe
he had directed the Secretary of th thTreasury the theTreasury
Treasury to t submit an estimate hi the theusual theual theusual
usual ual statutory method The statement statementf
t f the chairman of the tariff tari < < board boardbowing boardhow boardshowing
bowing how necessity tt for an appropriation appropriationwas
was w submitted to Congress C along aJoA with withthe withthe WithUt
the Ut mecosse mneageThe mecosseThe e eThe
The President P referred to his annual aaaualJlMllllJq8 annualmenage annualmenage
menage and pointed out that at some sometime 8OIbftime sonetime
time he had expressed ex the opinion that thattbe thatthe thatthe
the maximum and minimum clause clausewould etauMwould clausewould
would enable the President Pre8 dftlt and the theState theState theState
State Department through t friendly y ne negotiations aetioM negotiatlons ¬
gotiations tioM to secure the elimination of ofunduly o orwlu1y ofunduly
unduly discriminatory rates imposed imposedagainst Impoeed8faJnst Imposedafafut
against this is country codnlr by foreign coon countries eowttM coontries ¬
tM tries triesI
I am glad to say said President PresidentTaft P PresidentTaft t tTart
Taft that negotiations otJatlons under that thatclause that1AuaP thatclause
clause are now substantially completed completedwith completedIth completedwith
with Ith all the nations of the world witit wititresults witnresults Itn Itnreautta
results that are e satisfactory and ad I Tcome icome
come now to the further functions of ofthe f tthe fhe I
the he tariff board b rd appointed Otftt4kl by virtue of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the power given ven the President m the tbemaximum tblmaximum themaximum
maximum awl ani minimum clause clauseThe calS calSThe clauseThe
The President quotes I uotfll from his last lastannual lastannual lastannual
annual message his statement to the theeSfect theetreet theeffect
effect that the th tariff board has the thepower tb tbpower thepower
power to secure information on the thecost theeo theeoat
cost eo t of production at home ho and andabroad andabroad andabroad
abroad He also quotesthe quotes the language languageof
of the th annual message e to the effect effectthat etrectthat effectthat
that if the facts secured by the th tariff tariffboard tarltrboard tariffboard
board and such as to t show excessive excessiverates excN6i excessiverates e erate
rates he will not hesitate > to invite invitethe InltEtbe invitethe
the attention of Congress Congr to these thesefacts the thesefacts e efacts
facts and ask for action actionIn actionIn actionIn
In order to carry ahead this work workof workor workof
of Investigating > the cost of produc production product produetion ¬
tion t and to carry arr on other work in incumbent InCumbtnt incumbent ¬
cumbent on < > n the th > board the President Presidenturges Presidenturgp Presidenturges
urges that the 5000 n appropriation appropriationbe
be made madeTwo madeDANGERS madeDANCERS
Two Hundred and Fifty FiftyPersons FiftyPersons FiftyPersons
Persons Reported Killed KilledIn
MATBSZALKA Austria AuIaftb March 26 26Two 1Tw 2Two
Tw Two hundred and fifty person are re reported reported reported ¬
ported killed in dispatches diel today from fromthe 1nMIrthe frnethe
the village of Oakoerlto Oak cdro in a are that thatdestroyed thatdetllttoyod thatdestroyed
destroyed detllttoyod the village inn while wt le a dance dancewas dacewas dancewas
was in progress progressThe pr progressThe esg esgThe
The roof of the building a 8 MR bI wooden woodenstructure wOO4enstructure woodenstructure
structure fell In burying the panic panicstricken panicstricken MUI1cstricken
stricken crowd crowdHundreds crowdHundreds crowdHundreds
Hundreds were present in the inn innwhen iQnwhen innwhen
when the fire broke out and owing to tothe totb tothe
the tb panic that seized the th merrymakers merrymakersfew merry tkera tkerafew
few were able to escape esca In addition additionto
to the big bf 11 1ut of dead there were re remjured scoree aoorasinjured j jHuge
injured mjuredHu injuredHute
Huge Hu e piles of bodies bodiesburned burned beyondail beyond
ail possibility p ssiblUt of recognition re onIUon were ere takesfrom taken takenfrom takenfrom
from the th > ruin rullUiTHATCHER ruinsTHATCHER t tTHATCHER
The nomination of Maurice H Thatch Thatcher ¬
er of Kentucky Kent ky k to be a member of the theIsthmian theIstbmlan theIsthmlan
Isthmian Canal Commission and gov governor gov governor g gcrnor ¬
ernor of the Tanal anal Zone vice iN > exSenatorBlackburn exSenator exSenatorBlatkburn xSenatorBlatkburn
Blatkburn of N Kentucky hn nucky urk resigned rtti M was wassrnt w wsnt wassent
sent to the Senate by the President today to totlay today
Verdict Declares Him Inno Innoqent Innont Innocent
cent nt of Aiding In Mur MurMARlOTf Murr Murder
der r of Daughter Daughterf rg er
MARlOTf X 1UOK lad March XThe M The JuT Jurin JuTIa jteyin
in the Krause divorce and murder ease eaereported easereported
reported today Its answer to inter interro6ateriea mtwrogatories hIWroptortea
rogatories and while tnle the Jury does doe not notconnect JIOtCOIID notanneet
connect COIID William R Krauas the ptatn phtintix ptatntiX
tiX with murder of his daughter da ter Cry Crryeta Cryta Cr CrfOC
ta foe which his wife Rae RaeCODi Krsusir Kraussconfessed Krsusirconfessed I
confessed CODi fiSf years ago it was con considered COlIIdered considered ¬
sidered that the defendant t won a big bigvietory bigvtetery bigvktery
vkteryJudge vietory vietoryJudge vteteryJudge
Judge P H KllloU if he to governed governedby OUtlk4by
by the Jurys answers ftW to his 11 interroga interrogatories in interroatories a atone ¬
tories will likely deny ca Kranse a di divorce t1 t1vone divoree ¬
vorce The Jury was merely uel uelThe advisory advteoryThe advisoryThe
The four vital questions and the U an answers aftSWftt answore ¬
swore fellow fottowWas fellowIUI fellowWas
Was IUI said Ad confession coalee loa and plea of C gum gutHormade puIItJmaM gummade
made voluntarily upon the part of f Rae RaeM RaeJCnuue Rae3d
M Kraut and of her own free freeAuwer wtt wttAnswer wlllAnswerNo °
Answer AnswerNo AnswerNoWhat No NoWhat o oWhat
What knowledge knowt if any aB bad the theplaintiff thepIa1ntUl theplaintif
plaintiff William WID R Kiaws XI a Lass that defendant de defendant e efendaat ¬
fendant intended to ki and murder murderhis wiler wilerhis
his daughter da tfr Crystal Krause K before beforethe 8eC beforethe < < e ethe
the commission of said Id crime Answer AnswerNone AaewerXOIH AnewerNose
None NoseDid NoneDid XOIHDid
Did the plaintiff William llllllm R Krauss Kraussknowingly Krauuknowtn Krausaknowingly
knowingly knowtn ly assist aid or encourage encourageRaeM encourageRae encourageRae
Rae RaeM X Krau KrauIfI s to murder Crystal CrystalKrauss CrystlKraut8 CrystalKrauss
Krauss Answer AntwEfXo AntwEfXoIe No NoIf
If the defendant delf Rae M Krauss muss rauHupon mussupon I Iguilty
upon her confess danti l on and plea oC oCIlty ofguilty
guilty Ilty was convicted of the crime ef efmurder efmurder ofmurder
murder and sentenced to imprison imprisonment illtPrl imprisonment on onment ¬
ment for the commission comml lon thereof did didthe didthe didthe
the plaintiff William R Krauss with withknorl w Ith Ithknowledge
knowledge knorl ge of all these th facts condone condonemarital eondonmarl condonemarital
marital marl tal offense and forgive the de defendant dendant defendant ¬
fendant ndant therefor Answer AnswerTea AnswerTeaEXPECT Yes YesEXPECT YesEXPECT
The subcommittee having bat charge of oftbe ofthe ofthe
the postal savings IA mss bank bill was ordered orderedby orderedby orderedby
by the full Committee on PostofCicee PostofCiceeand
and Postroads of the House to report reportthe reportthe reportthe
the bill to t tbe committee April 15 This Thismeans Thismeans Thismeans
means that the House H will be given an anearly J Jtarly
early opportunity oppolUH ty to vote upon the I jPresidents IPreMdeqts IPresidents
Presidents postal savings 1ngs bank plan planThe planThe
The debate d < ebatf in tbe House however on onthe onthp onthe
the matter of the postal savings sai bank bankwill bankwill
begin before the committee reports reportsThe reportThf reportsThe
The House Postoffice Committee today todayst todayset
st t April 36 as the date for the the begin beginning beginning n nnine ¬ I
ning of hearings hearin of the proposals to es e etabltBb establish
tabttsh a prc parcels < 4s post
Sauntering b down 4 tR the Avenue appar apparently applantly apparently ¬
ently unconcerned by the many malt curious curiousghutcee curlUfigtaa curiousglances
glances gtaa es in his direotioR di eotion a middleaged middleagedman
man apparently at peace with Ilh the theworld tbeworld theworld
world strolled this morning the cyno cynosucfi CY cynosure O Osute
sure of all eyes eyesCause eyesCau eyesCause
Cause Cau e why Principally because c ause his htedome hisfkH hisdonne
dome fkH was covered with a latched Kel Kelly KeIy Kely
ly y of ora a vintage ef a year not ISlt ISltFor 1911For 191 191For
For there were signs ME 5 of age in the seer seerand seerand seerand
and yellow nearPanama J1 XPaaama that topped toppedthe toppedtoQJIeOIM toppedthasoofie
the toQJIeOIM eot of the t 8 stroller stroU and shaded > > his hiseye hiseetI hiseyes
eye from TOm the rays of the sun sunAlthough sunAJthonp sunAltholthli
Although the weather was as hot enough enoughfor enoughfor enoughfor
for such a hmdplece hc dpiece th fact that t t the theseason Utet8n theseason
season was bring bfl n forced impressed Itself Itselfon itselfon Itselfon
on the minds of many who saw the thestyl thety1 thestyle
styl style ty1 of t tea or some other oth r year agon aeonsor agonor asoDeor <
or tl1 the head of the th SK pr4t1Ian pr4t1IanDlarfa > t stnaB stnaBJFarla tr ia1 ia1JTtrfa
JFarla Dlarfa judging jsTOra Tom her nasal twang t tUl
Assistant Corporation Coun Counsel Counsel Counsel ¬
sel Will Succeed IGI Ivory IvoryGKiratilt I wry wryG
GI GIgasses GKiratilt GKiratiltAsssseant G KimI 1t 1tL <
gasses L pup Asssseant Carpeanein CarpeaneinCounsel C
Counsel of the u District win succeedJudge succeed aneceedJudge eeeI eeeIJ I
Judge J Ivory IYOI G t KfaBbaU Kim a as Judge < of < theDistrict the theDistrict meDi4trtet
District Police Court CourtXr CourtXr t t tt tMr
Xr Pughs nomination IIOtII IdOII was sent to tothe j jthe
the Senate by President t Taft today tndarCore be before
fore he left for New York There Tbftelittle toj Is Islittle
little little doubt that Mr Pttchs Pttchswill nanMaten a I Iwill i
I Ihas
will 111 be confirmed by the Senate t He Hehas Hel
has the solid backteyr bsekiu of the District DistrictBoard DIIItriecoari DistrictBoard
Board oari of Commissioners < < for the position positionAtt j I
At the some tf time Mr lr Pushs h8 h8to name namewent namewent
went to the Senate the President sent senta I j ja
a withdrawal wttb4lra of C the th name of e George P PHoover PHerter PHoover
Hoover who on Saturday Sa y declined declined ed Ded the thePolice I IPoIIc IPolk
Police Court Judgeship JudgeshipMc Ip j IMI
Mr Pashs name DIUReha5 has been prominently prnsineadymentioned j jmentioned ileltt S
mentioned leltt a as a candidate for this tit POI pojsHIon POIttlon pa patdtlon
sHIon ever ftr since It became beca known that tIIatJ thatJude i iJudge
Judge J e Kimball would not be rVappotetedIn it rVappoteted sappeintedIn > j
In addition to the Commissioners Commilstooenea1 several sev several ¬
eral members of 0 the Supreme Court ofthe of ofthe ofthe
the United States and M of the District Districtcourt Districtenurta I
enurta court were re it te understood UD4MMKtoodhtf among amonghte amonghis
his mdorsers Among the first AntlattoDs cangratu cangratulatfooe oeagratulations >
latfooe be received ed was one from the theclerk theJerk theclerk
clerk of tAe Supreme SUpr court extending extendingthe
the good 1I < Od wishes of the members of that thattribunal tbttrlbuaa thattribuaa
tribuaaMr tribunal tribunalMr trlbuaafr
Mr fr Pugh was wa born a rn in Eufala Ala inj In i
lBL 1 t He H was educated in the schools schoolsof i iof
of that city crt and ad Graduated in law at t theGeorgetown the theown j I IGeorgetown
Georgetown own University law I school schoolAfter schoolAfter schoolAfter
After that be took a special course e at atthe atthe atthe
the University t > f Virginia VirginiaHe
He was MS admitted to the District bar in in1SS5 inaDd in1lii
1SS5 and practiced until his appointment ppotpunentas tmfftt t tas Is
as s assfetsnt as octant corporation counsel in 1891 18flHII 1881His i iHte
His appointment according f rdi tt to the gen general genera I Ira1
eral era ra1 expressions Xprf6ll + R8 of opinion beard around aroundtbe arouadthe aroundthe
the courts this afternoon was highly sat satifactory aatibfactory +
ifactory to number of the local bar barWhen barben barWhen
When ben informed that Mr lr Push ha habeen hat hatbeen i ibeen <
been nominated for the Police Court Courtjudgeship i iJudgeshiB Ijl4lg
judgeship jl4lg ip Major Sylvester S veet Superinten Superiatecdent Superintendent ¬
dent of Police P I said saidHe RNIHe saidre 1
He should make a rattling ratUbt good goodJudge goodjudge ood oodJud
Judge Jud e He is exceptionally xcep onaDy well quail quaillied 1
lied for the position MM itloa He has haatad Had ad more morethan mote motethan
than twenty years fartl experience e around aroundthe UOWHltbe aroundthe
the Police Pt ke Court CourtMuleways Court CourtZl1IllewBys I i iJudge
Zl1IllewBys CeataeatJudge CGUileat CGUileatJude
Judge Alexander Alexa r Mullowny Mullo when wh he hebeard beheard <
beard 116 that the name e of Mr Pvgh P8g a bed bedbeen adbeen badbeen
been soot to the Senate te to te l lKtmMJrs 1s Judge JudgeKimbairs JudcnKlxabalfs
Klxabalfs successor ncCeNIC saM saidIf saMI
I If Is a welldeserved weu promotion Mr AirPugh MrPugh r rPUIh
Pugh is i well unified ctua taed to nil the J place placeHe Iaee IaeeHe j
He is a good eotI lawyer broad minded and andContinued aJI4Conti andContinued
Continued Conti U en Second Page
She Hadnt Been Used to Seeing Em Badk Ba k on Snow SnowCapped SnowCapped SnowCapped
Capped Hills Hence Surprise Was Greater Than ThanThat ThanThat ThanThat
That of f Hurrying Throngs
a native ot the rockbound rrck shore e of ofMassachusetts elMft ofMasacousctts
Massachusetts Mft Dusctt or the warm term tar Jsi UM t e hftlk > ofold of ofold orold
old NCTV Hampshire H who cme e down downth
th htriris u ilg the Ka 1 Easter 4er ff vacate from fftIahere a land landwhere landwhere
where here the riefcrhHemi still
rime had IaatI8WHI an an8w anawed
8w awed < l look as Ute object teet of everyestes everyestescunostvy eYer7ws eYer7wscuri08it everyonescuriosity
curiosity curi08it ncssHd p pcLsi td d dOk along alongOh longOh
Oh paw sv svman aloe a cried hM c to the eIII8rt eIII8rtM8Jt elslorty elslortyman
man with her herthen Jt see Me that thatthen hat nd ndthen
then think of Silas so at home t with the theturlaps theuria theturlaps
turlaps uria on Ms ears earsA eIUIJAJId earsAnd
A And d paw wo as be sated a at the
thatched dome stroked hw h goatee go t re ¬
flectively flectivelyHustling ftectivelyHu lectivebHustling
Hustling Hu tlln measactger er boys bo newafee newafeeand IleWIIIetJaRd newdesand
and proraenaden pr nenaders watched the lint ftrtalong I lintwearer t tiertr
wearer of a straw hat u this season stroll strollalong ron ronalong
along But he gave not a glance n to toany toany toany
any one on who turned and looked at him hima
a second time He was Wa proud of his
distinction an and < i aaF as a determined tw enjoy cnjovit
it as lon long as possible
Beautiful Beau tiful Mrs Al Merrick MerrickThroat MerrickThroat FerricThroat
Throat Slashed From Ear Earto Earto Earto
to Ear Is VictimHUSBAND Victim VictimHUSBAND
Crime Is Thought to Have Follow Followed
ed Attempt for Reconcfcia Reconcfciatioa ReconcltiaOR Reconc lia liatloa
tioa OR After Estrangement EstraageraeatBALTIMORE EstrangementBALTDtOJtE EstralagenielitBALTIMORpt
BALTIMORE IL 4 Match Xan 2SA S A vic victim yt ytUrn vietim ¬
tim of one of the be moat horn horrlMe crimes crimesIn edMHeniaJ
In criminal annals of this t tII State from all alloutward anoutwant alloutward
outward appearances murdered MunIer hi cold coldblood eoJdblood coldblood
blood her throat eut from ear to ear earnumerous earnumerous earnumerous
numerous gashmgs In her neck made de by bythe bythe bythe
the hacking or f a common kitchen knifethe knife knifethe knifethe
the body bod of r s handsome woman < a of about aboutthirty a aboutthirty out outth
thirty th trty years later identified as the wife wifeof wif wifof wifeof
of Joseph J oeep Al Jterrick of Prance street streetthis 1Itreetthb streetthis
this city tit was found this orm mernms MOIIIIa < < on the theautlrul t tautJful th theautlful
autlrul estate e tate Xondwai8t Xondwai8ttry XobwaizlLtry
try home of Alexander AJ 1lder Brown the mil milJinDaJre mlllionaire millionaire ¬
lionaire Baltimore banker bankerby buIkerThe barkerThe
The discovery of the body was made JDa4eby madeby
by Jolla CUMc CUMcdawn colored ill tile early earlydawa earlydawn
dawn of today The iwgitmi mo horrified horrifiedat
at her discovery haM hsrtemd 1 away a from fromPark mmthe fromthe
the spot and JIO notified 6fJd the aupenaend aupenaendent ulMeM ulMeMeat
eat of the u F 7rmt Park BearvBir Be neir who whola whoID whoIn
la mm notified IIO 6ed the tho poOce poOceBmrj polleeBoil
Boil 1 Fwn F MI a HiM HillI HellMrs
Mrs I Xarleks body lay en sat emi eminence eaLDeDee etsr etsrnenee ¬
nence a about oat lf 1tt yard 7 away yfrw fiat the thalittle theUt thelittle
little Ut and placid ftU tzeam thin rums nntathrough rumIth rumsthrob
through th th f the he vast estate Where W1Mntle she lay laywas la laMS ay aywas
was a ms MS of 0 blood from her R wsMiud wsMiudand + onds ondsand rMt rMtlid >
and lid the U ground wax tnamaied darn darnevidently o > wn wnevidently wnidelltly
evidently idelltly by a woman and a ahg msaa 1 p plug V Vmute
hg mute evidence of ofIde a terrible strut struggle strutgb ¬
gle made by the thelife roams to nave t h her herlife r r1Ue
life lifeaD lifePYeun
FI8ID the spot pot where the body Ia IaaD laan
aD the way wa to ibe little brook the po police pol police
lice l found a thin trail of blood which whichleads WbffhtbftD whientads
leads them to e the theory that die diecIISo nr JBMT JBMTrn r rcqa
cIISo I his I Ii5P soya rn bamtem M Itae rernR rernRefe rrur rrurat
> efe and i5P oppsd t at at the 0 eBrQ mtda Fikilswash mtdaScores ttdrsge to toaWa rr rrFikils
wash aWa asap the theof crime stabs stabsScores
Scores of police and detectives were wereat Wftat wereat >
at once o ee assned ainiaWd on the ease and abort ah sherly rt
17 before noon arrested the woman womanhusband womanhusband n nnd =
husband nd as he was Msarely W ftly walkingalong walking walkingalong walkinJta
a along Fremont FrftRoatred street The man was wastaken wa watakeIt wastaken
taken to tile northwestern police sta station staUoe etalion ¬
lion but denied strongly > > any aa cone conctioc COOtUCJr conetior
tior with his It wifes tt8 unthneiy end endSearches endSarehd lid lidSeaR
Searches SeaR by 7 Pmke PmkeBefore FllliceBefOft slice sliceBefore
Before beta being locked up Hornets dot cloth eIothcaretuny clothtag h hins
ins was carefully searched rdIed aDd a bloody bIDody1IaJIAerdlie bloodyhandkerchief bloodyhandkerchief
handkerchief found in one of e eBe his packets packetsHe
He was befog held at the station pendingan pending pendingthe tDClinrAD
AD a arraignment for a IIearIIIrr later in intile inthe
the day dayThe dayThe y yn
The n instrument t of death was found by b bMouat byMounted
Mounted Mouat Sergeant McOeOan > > it is = a asharp aBbacp asharp
sharp kitchen knife It evidently bad badbeen a4I a4IMen
been broken bn Irea to the course of the young youngwomans youngwomens OUftga
womans a fight for life lit It was lying lyingin
in tile bed 1 ed of the brook about OQt fifty yards yardsupetream yardsream yardsupstream
upstream ream from the > pssnt psi t where e the tbebody t thebody e eDotty
body lay layIt layIt layIt
It te altered that although the 3tfer 3tferbeea Merricks ler lerricks
ricks hav have not bees divorces there has liasbee hasbeen
been bee an estrangement et Dt of long standing standingIt
It is said that husband DU aDd aad wife were wereseen wei weiseen fJ f fHeD > >
seen together t tber yesterday near the scene sceneof 1ICft sceneof >
of 0 the crime and the police believe that thathis th thth15 thatthis
this meeting was for the purpose of ofreconciliation 5 5reeondltaUon arecondliation
reconciliation and that the meeting re resuited Tf8ultNi resuited
suited in a quarrel quarrelN quarrelPOSTOFFIGE quarrelPOSTOFFICE
Dozen Men At Work While
40000 In Stamps Stamp Are AreCsrrisd AreC2fri AreCarriixi
Csrrisd C2fri d Away AwayKJCHMOND AvayJUCHMO AwayRICHMOND
RICHMOND JUCHMO D Va March 3tVaults 3tVaultsIn Vault Vaultto a1IIts a1IItsJa
to the Hichmaaft Ii r rttl nustonlus ware tare robbed robbedef ieiitedof
ef somethtaa et le M0i4i h lit sa imimssj be between bPtweea betweea ¬
tweea Saturday Sat Satror night aad Monday 3dpdaymcorsthsg Mondaymornmsr
mornmsr mornmsrHaH ror mcorsthsg mcorsthsgHalf
Half a dines Heels were in m the bsuW hsrildtag bsuWbery 1MIiJd111II
tag wlthht wttl ft thirty feet of < < where tIII endte lie rob robbery robbery
bery occurred occurredPuIUmj eteUIreda eceurredPulling
Pulling a bookcase jot where w It would wouldshhtht weald1Ib1II wouldmhkkt
shhtht them from I view the obeys bored boreda
a ho lroe e through the doors and pried back backthe backu backthe
the u bolts boWUsac thanThere them themThere tMMTMe
There sj ls no n due to t the UteIapectMZ r iah bets betsInspectors M MFour
Inspectors Ale en Oa OaFour Case CaseFour
Four of tbe best Nt inspectors Ins l te the thePostoffke th thire thePoetoffiee
Postoffke ire Deeartmetrts De artzDeIItfC Detective Bu Bureau Bure Busee ¬
see re are this afternoon areurbg siommt Rich Richmond JUehIDOIad Richmend ¬
mend for the safe crackers na ww who > last lastocrVe lastnight Ut UtJdsbt
night blew open the rank in tile post postoMof postoMe
ocrVe a at t Rlchmsstrt Vs The Ken sera serar IJertSJe sentare
are r < > James Ja B Re Ketxitsssj iettius John Imtm C CKOMIS cFnwk Cnoens
KOMIS Frank B Barrteiy and loin R RHarrfecn RHarrIiFo itHarrson
Harrfecn chief of the Weshsnsjtost W di divtelon cliYiIIIon divnon
vtelon vtelonChief YiIIIonCiIIfr vnonChef
Chief Inspector J1L Ins Ispfs cans Hs refuses lo e dis disuss d dthe dsuse
use the cane a8e although a it b > admitted admittedhere ate atethat < l lhere
here that the robbery to i one of the tars tarsw binMIlt argest
MIlt w that the department mm expeiienred expeiienredhi ed edbe
hi a ionic while whileFRANKLIN wbDltFRANKLIN wbikFRANKLIN
SAN DIEGO CaL March arch 35 1Frank 1FrankUn Frank Franklin ¬
tin K Lane of the th United States Interstate In Interstate 1ntfr ¬
terstate tfr ttt Commerce Commission Comn > i5ston i ii i1I1nulI is isseriously
i seriously 1I1nulI ill at the 1h ramh ran and h of a friend friendWilliam fr1Jc1wi friendWilliam
William wi R Wheeler near here
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