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NUMBER 6759 Yesterdays Circulation 4846 1VASHINGTON THURSDAY EVENING JULY 7 1910 Fourteen Pages P ges gesJpRICEONE JpRICEONE PRICE COTS CENT
Ruli Ruling Asked of Interstate InterstateCommerce InterstateI InterstateCommerce InterstateCommerce I
Commerce Commission CommissionAs
As to Authority AuthorityREPORT AuthorityREP AuthorityREPORT
jftaity lM Open Cars Reported As Idle Idlela IdleIR IdleIa
la Boras with Ckned CknedOnes aoedO CxosedP CxosedOres
Ones In Service ServiceD ServiceDeshiag
D Deshiag that the wt Warbdgbsan Ye Rail Rai1wa Railway
wa way aid and Electric c Company mad the theCapital theCaplbd theCapital
Capital Inaction Zraet on Company haw a large largenumber Jargen1Dllller largenuabetr
number of open street cam fat good re rewhich repar repair
par MId d had ready for openattoeo which are arebeing arebebc arebeing
being lE JbIpt pt In the barns while closed closedHfies closMCIII closedCara
CIII are being operated OR the various varOlJbe variousBrea
Hfies ttoougbont tile elty th the District DistrictRailway DistrictRaDwa DistrictRailway
Railway RaDwa Commission C R today asked th thInterstate thIntte the theInterstate
Interstate Commerce CommlUBlun t trender treDIIer trender
render an opinion as to whether the law lawgives 1a lawgives W Wgins
gives It the right t to compel the traction tractioncompanies tractionto tractioncongeals
companies to operate at least a reason reasonable reasonable reasonable ¬
able number of open cars carsThe enITIte cansThe
The action of the Railway Commission Commissionwas
was tne revolt of the hundred of complsIa com complaints comP ¬
P plsIa plaints wUch have been filed with that thatbody thatbody thatbody
body by The Times In behalf of otdie the thepotions thepatrgas
potions of the two street er companies companiesand
and a ssLiial report on the subject prepared pre prepared ¬
pared by Mr Eddy Seer Peercary + ary of the theStreet theStreet theStreet
Street Railway Commission CommissionMr c lI lIJlr
Mr Eddy has made a most thorough thoroughinvestigation thoroughInve thoroughinvstigadon
investigation Inve tptloD of the equipment of the thestreet t tstreet thestreet
street car rompantea and his report reportAc report8U reportsabetantfatas
sabetantfatas 8U die dirgeg Ie by The TheTImeI TheTimes
Times gad by U patrons fIl the street streetear streetcar
ear sop p die diea
a earActiea Actiea Ad isa 0ficiaJIy y A AAll Advised AdvisedAs
Ac a result of his investigations bI Mr MrEddy MrFy M MEddy
Eddy reaches the conclusion coael that thatshould thatmMlJa thatahoeld
should It be found d to bo possible and andpracticable andpraetleatlle andpractieabl
practicable to require the local street streetcar streetcar streetcar
car companies to operate at least a acertain acertaba acertain
certain proportion of open cars on onevery oneYeJT onevery
every city line some action should be betaken betakeII betakes
taken which would bring about that thatresult thatrell8lt thatresult
resultMr result rell8ltKr
Kr y eaII8 altfrlgsa 4C j to jj tile fact flietthai raett factthat
t thai them > e soniB dov doubt M no BPwhether BPwhetherhas wbetber wbetberthe
t the Isatof its te Cosa > sea seahas raetI
has 1 power under existing law to com eonpal compel ¬ I
pal 1 the street ear companies ee to put patJU on onmore earateee
more JU eu eghe n ears and for f tins digit reasaa reasaasug i isuggests I Iu
sug suggests u egts that tile Railway Oommls Oommlsslon OJ OJs10R
slon ask the Interstate t7armerea t7armereaCommission f fCommission ou ouCoMIDIssIoR
Commission for an optaieuMr opinion opinionMr PbdeIIIr
Mr BUys Ort demonstrates kG II tata qutte qutteclearly qgItel gatteclady
clearly l that the Wasatnaton W W8Dd Wat > dnRton Railway Rafwayand RailwayaaA
aaA Kteetrie Company te the most greiv greivkms wrehJoas grdvfoas
kms ostendVr in refcamar r + to meet die de tletuaad demand tie tiemaDIl ¬
mand of its patrons by furnfehtos fu oo open opencaxcr 0DefteeDJ i iCans
Cans whieh are Included ta their tIMIrDeIIt equip equipment equipment ¬
ment ready y for operation 0DeI but winch widthare winchTiates wIdcbare
are blatt Iyi IcUe II h the ear banns INInIILTbW bannsTimes
Times Charfes Brae DvtThe Out OutTbe otTIte
The report r also bears out the asser asserinstead ert1oll amertloa
t1oll made b The nm Oft July 5 that thatJn thatlnsteld
instead of tile ten open cars which Superintendent Su Superintendent 511aGen ¬
perintendent Moffett aGen declared were bo bora eoperatel beIn ¬
In ra operated on tbe Mt Pleasant PI Pica t limeof line lineof ueof
of the Washington Railway and Elec Electric Ekoctric Electric ¬
tric CaY there were m in fact but butfive butfive butfive
five open can runcm + g oa that line lineThere JiPeThere lire lireThere
There is another feature of the report reportwhich reportwblcb reportwhich
which te illustrative of tile policy wf wfthe ufthe ofthe
the Washington W Raflway and Electric ElectricCompany ElectricCompa ElectricCompany
Company fas ignoring 1 < the demands of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the people who make its financial suc success success ¬ i
cess Ce8BMJSI possible bIe On June UDe a n Utt the ills District DbRailway illstriet ¬
trict Railway Commission aiOll made a regu regutJon reguregniring
attoa lationequip tJon requiring lfq11i the street car companies companiesequip
equip all their cars with fenders The Theregulation Theto Thelegulation
regulation was to become effective e < ecdYe o oponed 011 011September eaSeptember
September 1 oC the same year but at atthe atthe
the requellt c both COIIIJII the en enfQCOelMellt enforoeuheat
fQCOelMellt of the regulation was poet poetpored
poRed until W January 1 of the present presentconilmM presentyear at atyear
year III order that the opeu cats might miPtco mightcoutiae
conilmM in operation during < the warm warmweather W Wweedier waneweather
weather weedierPea41ers
Fenders K Net t Oa 0 Cars Carsla CanIA CarsIa
IA the ease of the Wasntaertoa WatdstagtaRailway WasntaertoaRalrway w wat
Railway and Kleetric Compaity forty fortyof
of thooo epea cars which were ta taopemtfom t tJaR tooperation
operation lust sunuusr ar axe still in tIM tbeContinued tIMcI thecooutinned
Continued cI on ft > th PegWEATHER Page Pageat pqeWEATHER
TIle temperatures nave not changed changedmaterially cbaD8edmaterially changdmaterially
materially and are near the w normal rural over overth overt overand
th Mississippi M Sontppi pi valley and the tleand EasternStates Eastern Easternand
and Southern States C Unusually usually high hightemperatures CIateuwpMablfte hightenpetatur
temperatures were e recorded Wednesday Wednesdayin w wID
in California and the extreme Sontfe Sontfewest SfoatlweR BautLwest
west the maximum temperature tem er8ture report reportThe reported
td I Ut degrees at Yuma AsiaThe AiR
The indications are that the center of ofth ofthe ofthe
th ththe the northern siren area will W move movethe down downthe
> at the St LAwreae IA valley and tt will willcause wWcae willca
cause ca e thunder showers 8bo 1B this afternoon afternoonaiid aftenIoonjA afternoona1A
aiid tonight hi the middle Atlantic AtlanticStates AtJaDtjcStates AtlanticStates
States States1IiIe Statesihe
1IiIe teampasture two DOt change ma materiaRy
tertaIIF of the Mississippi V 11I river ex exwin except except
cept daM it win be somewhat higher higherFTtJay Ia IaF higherFry
Fry F 1aJ in the rafcMle Atlantic A States StatesVORBCA8T StaUs68T statesPooR
Tuner T arade showers this afternoon or orrlCIR r rrignt to toi
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p L m low tide 247 i 8l 1 a a m and Tft a av avTonuwtuw IlLtide rah
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iTrnnefci FraDeIs lUggx item of the Riggs R RWashington a aIt Realty >
It Coaput7 of Washington r D > O Oand Co Coad Cand
and member ef a one of the oideut aDd aDdJaeSt sadmeat ed edroost
roost prominent famirles of t gnat city citydied citydied citydied
died at his hismidnight sttuarer er home hose about aboutmidnight
midnight after a long leasDeath Uteosu UteosuDeath 1RsetDeath
Death was unexpected 11 as alt ar arrangements arnuagemeuta arrangements ¬
rangements had been bee made for him Jalmto himto nlmto
to start abroad next week weekBis wMkHis weekHis
His wfe We who 110 was Mhv Dora DoraTbayer DoIaTba DoraTbaver
Tbayer Tba er of f Washington tou and ate son sonE sonE
E E Francis Franc is Riggs Jr wore e with Uim UimHe IimBe LimHe I
He is sutvted by another sea who Is Isnow ISIlls isnew
now on his way to t Kinope Kinopeton JRlrope1bebod Ens ope opeThe
1bebod The body will I tannic tba tbato to Washing Washington
ton to w wSaturday where t services w1i1 be held Iae1dSaturday heldSaturday
Saturday SaturdayArrangements SaturdayA SaturdayArTangeweats
Arrangements A rran etaeDu for the funeral t1 of Mr MrRiggs KrRigz MrRiggs
Riggs will be made this evening a enjll mina or to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow morning when wile the Wiabes of ofSEAGHG or orSEAGOING ofSEkGOINII
Taft Will Take Ten Days DaysCruise DaysCruise DaysCruise
Cruise Up New En Eng England England g gland ¬ I
land Coast Coastvoyage CoastBy CoastBy
BEVERLY Mom July Tile White WWteBoa8e Whitehouse
house wen coat eat to era eraOR July is isOn
OR that emsealoR tile 1 Presliat l Jill JillfaDIIb and ma mafamily
family wiII wiUsbev aboard tile yacht ndItfer 147
dower fer fora tea days voyage up the theNew theIrew
New England coast coastAecompanyincT conhAceon I
Aceon AecompanyincT psaytag the Taft family wfH be beSecretary be9eixefary j jaDd
Secretary and Mrs Norton and possfbiy I
Miss Mabel Boardntan ODe t ef the Vp Tails Tmftsdetermined TailsdooesR
doMM frieDie frieDieAceonIiIIc loco locoAceo I
AceonIiIIc Aceo dine to the alias for r the trI trItile trk trkthe
tile ant stop w be at Bar ButIar ButIar1rbere Hasslers Hasslerswhere
where die uuty will 11I IeII three c1an1 days dayscraiAag
craiAag azvaaa Desert IIIIaDd on wIdda wIddaBar wWebBar
Bar Harbor is situated TIle oOaer r rpoints I Ipclftu
points to be wted have DOt yet bees beesdetetYnied 1
determined toon toonafter nsonThis
This cruise Is wf wfl eome only two twoalter days daysafter
after tile erase of the absohite aaohlteINIiod aeetperiod rear rearperiod
period Into which Id Mr r Taft entered eMendterday yes yesterday yesterday ¬
terday and at b reach bateD to nro tsroloiw nrolonr
lonr 10 bis real vicatien vicatienAll v zadoaAll 8IL 8ILAll
All his frtr td o know howl how bard thePresident the tileIJeIdttut thePresident
President tax to work last winter wlDter1n and andup andup
up to the i Adjournment of Congress Co Cov Cover and andtb andthey
tb they v are delighted that he te to have havesuch havee havesuch
such complete rest restThe rectThe
The = members of the e family famIIytrOiD ruing with withtbe wbthe withthe
the President will be Mrs ns Taft Mtes MbsHelen MtesHelen IIU8aaDd
Helen and CharBe CharBeThe CbarlkThe CharukThe
The Presidents broth broth2ir n jr Horace Taft Talkhas Tafthas Tafthas
has been n tavtttd fuYk to m and it ItbIfo te prob probable plrsbable ¬
able that h 1e will be one of the party partyIt
It is now planned that they will re return re retum return ¬
turn to Beverly front the cruise July 28 28Presideat St
Presideat t Taft went over VeT to the Myopia My Myopia 11Cba ¬
opia Club links today for his postponed postponedolf tostponedRolf ned nedat
at olf match wfth John Hays Ha Hammondate Hammond HammondIds
ate old KoMInK n enemy enem They were to tohave tohave I
have played 1JIa fd vesterdav tut Mr Ham Hammond Hammond ¬ I
mond was called away a ay on unexpectedltrustess unexpected unexpectedbusiness UAeXPeeiEbwd1teN
business at the last moment momentThe momentTttf momentThe
The President took on H H C C Frick thesteel the theste theJrtHl
ste steel I man yesterday in place of ir irHammond r rHammond rHammond
Hammond Today he started from frtmBrmeso f fromBtrges m mkTJreg
Brmeso Point with the expectation of ofTneetine ofmeetinz
Tneetine Hammond on the ween n and of ofruhMngr ofrJh ofnhng
j ruhMngr rJh n defeat dff 3t into him himMiss himli5 himMisr
Miss li5 Heltri H Jn Taft s t = tsrted rtEd nut in her herelectric herI
I electric t runabout lt early earJ in the th morning momifigto C Cto
to do some shopping 8h > before the beat of oftbe otthe ofthe
the da dB set ta in ino
o J3
tile family ta are learned George How Howvnderstood Howard OW OWani
ani ard a ae of lhU furlfwM have havecharge
charge of u arrangeweata t tvlHlerstooi hart it is isvndersto
vnderstood The be semicos will be 1MSaty held heldSaturday heldSaturday
Saturday afternoon afternoonMr nenaooMr
Mr Rise Iit tr7las was fiftynine years of ofage oile iiage
age e and bad been In bad health for forsome tor80aIe forsome
some mouths 1aOIrt The Thet1Irect direct cause ca of ofdeath his hisdeath hisdeath
death according cIhI to dispatches tehe8 received re received re recelYed ¬
ceived here this morning was finglr anginaLetters finglrpectoris D Dpectoris
Letters pectoris pectorisLetters pectorisLetters
Letters from New London Lead during the thepast thepast thepast
past few days have indicated that Mr MrRiggs JlrPigp YrRiggs
Riggs was much improved He left lefthere lefthere lefthere
here less than a month ago o and an4Iat was wasat wasat
at that time ti i a regarded as a very side sideman slelamall sickmae
man He placed himself in h i the care carei careof careof
i of his hi physicians ph idaD2I immediately on his hisarrival hisarrival
1 arrival in Hew Ne London and the state stateof stateof stateof
of his health had improved so much muchdetailed muclathat muchthat
that letters reeetv received a day or two agO
detailed plans for a summer trip to
Europe with a stay tay at one of the tbeContinued theCoatbIuecI theContinued
Continued on Page e XtoeO XtoeOVISIT NIDeFIVE Nine NineFIVE
Standpatter andNew and andNew
New York Politicians PoliticiansAmong PoliticiansAmong PoliticiansAmong
Among DegelationOTSTER Degelation
OYSTER BAT N Y July 1 7 70 dole deiefxOon doleisdea
fxOon of KesvoMeaM RIIf I arrfvetf here t thte thtenoon tMsani hls hlstsoon
noon and went u no to Shuyltnmoee mtuan J a 6 Bfll iW to tohave toWIt tohave
have taneneon WIt former t rtoufluiit rtoufluiitA PI PreattdeattRoosevelt rl rlR
R Roosevelt RooseveltThere a a aIuft aIuftTIIere
There were dye lit the JIIUtY Senator SeDatorI
A A J BeverUsnx Bev a of Indiana an msur msurigent IDsur Insurgent
gent Senator T H Carter of Mon Montana MODa ¬
tam a standpatter tter Robert Bass Rc RcuobBcan ReptbBcal
uobBcan candidate for or ftut governor + ernor of New hewWinston NewIfTUMMbliT NewPwr
IfTUMMbliT Pwr Winston Cht chai leader lee er of ofthe ofthe
the reform clement ele ant te Nnr N w Hampshire Hampshireand
and James R R Sheffield who was fire firemarshal firewai
marshal q Kew York om city umtrr Mayor MayorStrong
Strong StrongOn
On their arrival aI at nave had nay state statement Matemeut ¬
ment to make as to tile purpaee pornoctt of theirvhsit their theirvfartc
vfartc YtI vfartcI
I I dont Know kilo what we are Kotnur gcl to toTemarked tou toany
u Temaa Temarked TftIIILrir TftIIILrirwe ra Senator Beveridge BvweridgeFbdrpa Beveridgeset
Fbdrpa we caa let v von knew whet we weat weit
set back from the hm hmSenators hIlLSaaton bin binSenators
Senators Dolliver and Cummfan n of ofappear OIlIowa ofIowa
Iowa who Dad been expected failed to toat toapriear
appear They will see the feruMr Presi President Ideat President ¬
dent late at in the afternoon aftsaoonThe afternoonidve altenIooaThe
The n fleep d the coafereaee today todaTIdea todayores
idve ores some idea of the ee turps oe of activity activityactor aetITitYthat activitythat
that Mr RooenIt Ua e4 out for terhbnMti forbimtadf
hbnMti hbnMtiThe bimtadfThe
The former Preddeat in IavWag SeD SeDtor 8onattor
actor Beveridge entertains a man ilaa who whoha whohas he heh
has h ha been known heretofore as m IR sym sympathy sympat sympathy ¬
pathy pat with the t e progressive JrO element elementTr element7ojr
7ojr Tr Roosevelt if he b is trying to take takehold takehold
hold of the insurgent fight ll ht as he has hasindicated hasiadieated hasindicated
indicated would It Is believe be able ableto ableto ableto
to count on the support 9POrt of Senator SenatorCarter 8eftatorCarter SenatorCarter
Carter At least it Is to sound him out outthat outthat outthat
that Mr Roosevelt is sipposed to have havesent ha1sent hatesent
sent the invitation to Sagamore S amore HH1 HH1In HRIIn HMIIn
In having Churchill and Bass at the theconference tbeconfereaee theconference
conference Mr Roosevelt has given a abint ahint
hint that he may get into the fight fightto fightto fightto
to obtain the RcpubI Republican nomination for forgovernor forgovernor
governor 1 forBass forBassA
A 1
Washington Boy With Price Priceless Priceless Priceless ¬
less Cremona Arrested ArrestedIn
In New York YorkJUST YorkJUST YorkJUST
u Fatter W Warns ilti Me to Eater Govj Govjsnmeat Gov GovSecvice Governiloetot
snmeat Service t Is toe Plaint PlaiAter
j jf I Iof
er f Geerge GeereMekey GeereMekeyNEW Geec a Mosk MoskNEW Moakey Moakeypupdc
NEW YORK JulY irit iritdeter Sasrlewoes Sasrlewoesdcteradratiou
dcteradratiou deter and jock pupdc combined e with withauythisL withfn withgenh
genh fn aiMaa auythisL agrt Qeorge A A M XKPY Mos Moscey
KPY cey s6tbw Han 4 o1 S 14as ivgtoa ivgtoarrntad ton tonrrested OIIr
rrested r today as be waded tile tbeultecl steam steamUNt stoamUnited
UNt United d stsies State h t 3Iobok oboicer Is going goingbo obacbe goingbe
be the g greatest rtoiiutec that ever evervfd eYftfd evervEd
vfd vfdThe fd fdThe
The boy was arrjt wivtn d oa a am telegram talagramcm
cm r m Ole police of Washington W toCIdef toCIdefPolice to Chief Chiefr
a r Police Hayes Ba of Hoonken JIGe 11 His ta taLfr fafr
Lfr r asked that be be kept from leaving leavings n ns
t s eountii as a be has other plans for fort
111 n rite MY bad J10t of a neat 01 money aaoDeJt
t ho carried baton the focsle IOII of the tnep tJaep theR
p p whsie he has arranged to work workFathers wrtEWQ workW7
WQ noseU tile ocean a Ide pdeels pdeelsremoea IlIa IlIaremoea
remoea virile virileIlatbors
Fathers la Plans PtauwMy PlansMy
My father wants me to be a lawyer lawyerrd
rd get into latobe the Government G vJ service servicejung senseung
jung J Monkey told the looorder But Butam Butam Butam
am going to be a violinist My inactor in InlUctor
1 actor in Washington Cornelius Emi Emihristiani Emiri8tiaaI Emihristiad
hristiani has taught me all he knows knowsrd
i > rd r < d be has told me I can play bettei betteian tel telaD
an he can play I was offered i ieek 75 a aweek aweek
week eek to play in vndevtte v devilie 1 am not notifter DOtHer notter
Her ifterThe ter ameavy y I want to be a pet muclaa mu mu1aa
1aa claaThe
The The boy dung to Ids violin as he hestood Iaestood hestood
stood before the recorder It I was Ms Msonlj Ideonly hisonly
only pcssimiinn 111 lu8 tt K I had a boy bGrou ttfce ttfceyou tslceyou
you ou said the lecoOki HI I would lot lothim letAim
him go on his way w y and feel proud of 0him I Ihim
him himt t worked my way here trout Wsti Wstiit Wnuk1 Wnuk1icgton lIflllll lIflllll1qrtoD MltJ I
icgton it gtoe the boy 110 violmist niiflimni eoarimaedand i niiflimnirnd U UDd
rnd and Dd bad arranged = to 6 work my mythe eyeM wq
to the odes tide side ° < the Baited Baitedeii > yraasiG
> eii s Ito s > U t hKr I bad n ye eioney but betI i iZ
Z felt certain tined I could play alp alpany mjrItofore
Itofore any artist in IBu IBuhim Europe ope opeJtm and have havettm
him bdp me mecal tt the arts to tocat tan marl marlel
cal oftucatioM ttoa I IBed 1
Mnmrioteat ttoaJIeel
Bed Cremona CrcaaeaaThe CremonaThe Cr Crhe
The boys ky violin was as given to bfcni bfcniby bin bIIRpo binby
by his teacher Stamped po poaeun in It in very veryI verythere
I one letters that t can b be read only by the theAndres thetile thetee
tee of tile Jnb microscope ope iv me meA u ylcilwing ylcilwingwAdrea
Andres A Janansertt l alias Santo Dal Dalluim DallertheItaSan
luim JeriDe1IaIIaa BaBan prison Colony Cremona craouaIns t Cremonajiaf reasona reasona1f
jiaf jiafA Ins InsA 1f w wf1
f1 A legend that goes with the mstro mstrotent IBstroJDeIIt mMr u umeet
meet tent Is that the prisoner at Cremona Cremonalabored erIaboft4 ova ovalaboecd
labored with such love and care m ia k nklug tL ki k king
i IDa die msrrument that K took bimj bimjI hiM hiMIUteea himsixteen
I sixteen years to turn it t out completed eompietedReeorderhlcOovern completedReeordei f fReconIIM
Reeordei ReeorderhlcOovern McOovcm held yocng Monj JlIIUIIY Meainanny
i v ii many expressions of ofTbe regret regretj rdThe
j Tbe I 137 ay Tars father is h hasteIg rtnir front frontWashington fro froW fromWaabagtaa
Washington W to get him him but be may y re na naIe1t reIeat j
lent and furnish him money to get piart a astart astart
start in Europe with the great greatnot taster tasterurusiclaas I IJJusldama
JJusldama George de declaren 1u that be will wiDi willnot
i not give up his music for the law or oranything orf oraaythIng
f anything els elsFATHER else ebIeFATHER elsei
Catmrtnit < a violin vto n case In one hand handand bandand
and a traveling bas to the tb other fif fifteen fifteeayearh1 fifteenyearold t tyearoW I
yearoW George A Monkey left his hishome b1home hiahome
home homeday 6lC 1 street northwest Ja F 4 4day
da day morning morningWhen morJIIIaIen morningWhen
When Ien be failed to return that t t evening eni j jbls
his father Thomas A I Monkey 0IkY made in inquiry InCI11IrY Inquiry ¬
quiry ta the neighborhood and learned learnedthat learnedthat
that be was seen lavimr tile bouee with withhis withhlB withhia I
his violin and traveltnc case Mr MrMonkey MrI MrMonkey
Monkey suspected at once that the boy
I had started off in the hope of carrying carryingout j
out his oftexpressed oftex desire de re to study studymcsic studymusle studyc
mcsic c abroad abroadBut
Butt But Mr Moskea Moskey Ko key thought his son was wastoo wastoo wastoo
too young to go away a way y b yhhnaelf yhimeetfeven yhimeetfevento elteven eltevento even evento
to study to become a great violinist violinistand vioUIiIstand violinistand
and he determined to leave no stone entnrned un unturned 1Iaturoed ¬
turned In an effort e ort to learn the boys boyswhereabouts boyswhereabouts yos yoswbeteabouta
whereabouts Going to Pollee Head Headquarters H Hquart Headquarters ¬
quarters quart he had the boys description descriptiontelegraphed e erlptMRt descriptiontelegraphed
telegraphed t plMd to all Eastern seaport seaportwith seaportswith
with instructions to detain his hisThis son sonThis senThis
This afternoon the following message menagewas messagewas
was received at the Detective Bureau Bureaufrom Buceautrom Bureaufrom
1 from Patrick Hays Jr chief of police ponceat policeat
at Hoboken N J JHave JI JHave
I Have George rge Monkey Xosk y to 1 custody custodyTTire
ire me disposition dispositionTOLEDO dispositlonI dispositionIGIRL
TOLEDO Ohio July 7 7Reeeue4 7Reeeue4from Rescued Rescuedfrom Rescuedfrom
from her captor a Toledo ole o machinist machinistby
by y hoboes ho who H wore w on their way to ttthe totbe ct ctthe
the harvest fields at Belleville Jvaau Jvaauand Kaa Kaalad F t tand
and taken in charge chr e by the police policethere POlleethere policethere
there was the experience expene = of BeatriceFanning Beatrice BeatriceFanning BeatriceFanl
Fanning R aged q nineteen of Toledo Toledowho Toledewho I Iwho
who bad been enticed from her home homeon homeon
on promise of mare mareWhen marriage marriageWhen marrtaseWbeR OIIIe1
When captured she he a was wearing wearingmens W Wmen wearingmens
mens men clothing which she had been beencompelled bee beecompe beencompelled
compelled compe ed to don after aUem attempting to toescape toescape Ieseape
escape from her captor in St StLouJ Louis LouisFrom LouisFrom I
From St Louis Leu l the girl and the thewho ma mawho men menwho
I It
who lured her away were beating beatingtheir beatingtheir
their t ir way west on freight trel bt trains trainsEach trainsEach i iEa
Each Ea h time she tried to escape e the thechoked aura maachoked aurachoked
choked and beat her herFinally berFinally herFinally
Finally at Bellevue Kan she sbeged man managed manI ¬
I aged ged to i ell U a fellow tramp sbe was ai a i iwoman
i woman He told two others o ns who at atticked attacked
ticked t cked her captor and the girl osca os oscpped
cpped cppedTo cji ca ped pedTo pedTo
To the police here Miss Fanning na said saidtoday saidtoday saidttldty I
today todayThis ttldtyThis
todayThis This maR Cameron ea 11101I boarded at out outhouse odr odrhol o k khotae ¬
house hol in n Toledo To > Ie4G We became b6cameand eag sd sdi d
f and heron n said be W1I wanted to be mar marreed
i ned t the be home of his mother i iStearrx in inStEaro inSteamwac
Stearrx StEaro at Springs S Cole We left home homea
a Ta nrc nicrth th airo airoI
1 I learned ln oM He dd cJ not intend to marry marrysae marryme marryme
me d aa J tried to escape at Seat St Stj StLouis j
j Louis Lo ls m He took my clothes and sere sereme gaveme J Jme
me alee of his to wear
New York Society Hears Date When Divorcee Will BeB Be BeioisKf Beb
ioisKf B b of Ralp1 h n Th Tomas omas fs I s Ji J JPie f O4i iC f01fif 1e DR DRPlace ut utPlace
Place Is Still a Secret
NEW TOftK R Jury 7 IPbe The topic that thatto tJaatte6Q thatis
to uppermost today in tile dJscuastons 1JMi of ofi ofdM ofsociety
society iiv dM aaascement c i that Mrs MrsHelen MraHelen InHeIeD
Helen Kelly GouM who divorced Frank FrankJ FraDkGould
J Gould May a 21 06s is to be eJuly mareedJuly married marriedJury
July 15 to Ralph Thomas of TO Fifth Fifthavenue nftIaa P7ftbavenue
a avenue a nephew of WashingtonThomas W WTIMIau Washington WashingtonThomas
Thomas ptv prestdeut l J 9deat l of the Sugar Trust Trustby TnuItTIM TrostThe
TIM ceremony WIll DOt be pert pertby 0rme4 0rme4by
by a catholic priest pd although n Mrs MrsQoonld JilTsGoouI4 fits13oould
Qoonld to a misnorr of that church be becaue betile becaase
caase caue i of tile fact that she is a divorcee divorceete diToneeTIM divorceeThe
TIM place when the te wedding win take takepbkce lakeDOt takeplace
place has has not been announced nor the thehour tilehour thehour
hour hourH TIM oeI cereaoty will be ws wsIt win uerQd uerQdit
It te said by members of the uelid Thomas Thomasand Thomasand
and Kelly famines and a very few fewfriend fewfrhDda fewfriends
friend friendsMr friendMr frhDdaMr
Mr Mrpassage na It is w wfor has eapd eapdpassage
passage for Europe and will mSOOII sui as assoon assoon
soon aa be and lira Gould are married marriedroue marriedTheir
TheIr Ja honeymoon wID be spent lDUrieLj Ia Eure Ell EllrGJe
re reFor roue rGJeFor roueFor
For nearly a year Mr Thomas baa baamen naehave j jR
R a to Mrs Gould and there therehave e i ihave
have been repeated reports that they theyAfter theyPROPERTY theyPROPERTY
After Mortgages Are Paid
100000 Will Remain Rema n to toi toFinance
i Finance Institution InstitutionNegotiations InstitutionN InstitutiontesrOtfadvan
Negotiations N u nave ve practically heed heedamoluded aeonoonotaded
oonotaded 11 for the sale of the George GeorgeWashington CeaseWasblagtoa 1
Washington w toa TJntverstty mt property pvpot y R the thesoutheast tteaoat thesoutheast
southeast aoat corner of Fifteenth and H Hstreets Hstreets
streets northwest the price to beThe be bedown
The preeeIIt stnJct1 are to be tan tandown
down and a modern 8OJIenawill business bunomg bunomgwfll ba bawin >
will be erected en on the site of the present presentmain pceveatmain t i
main building and law school scbooLIt
It was impossible today to obtain confirmation con confirmation COlII ¬
firmation of the story other than from fromth fromtt
th reliability dl a ation bitl y of the source of tafonna tafonnation W Wttoo
tion which te unquestionable unquestionableMr
Mr Snow SIIo chairman of the executive executtveoomtaitue executivecommittee executhrecommittee
committee of ofasthe the trustees trusteesked cotmarma of tile uni university IIIvendty of ofthe ¬
versity when asked asthe ked for confirmation Oll s of ofthe ofthe
the rumor admitted itted that n negotiations negotiationswere otiadone otiadonewere I Iwere
were under way but said that a nunt nunttbat awab nusacity
b of tru ten were oat of Ute dty ad i
that for this reason reasonhive the sale could t not nothive I
hive been consummated yesterday y as asr
r n sorted sortedCornelia sorted sortedCertaw I
Cornelia K 1esntiatieaa nti tioH CeBcladed CeBcladedIt cd cdI cdIt I
It te certain however that the ae aeSottixloas 118 118118 e egott
gott Sottixloas < tions bay ba been concluded e4 even k kth
th the actual a transfer has not taken place pmeeTi place placeTi
Ti TJu property referred to has a front frontabout freestago
ago of L3 it fMit + et on Fltte atlJ street 14 14tei
tei CIIR R street and other frosen ges Oft Oftaa onas
aa alley wlllaa will wake the total totalfut ai ea eaabcnt
about Sv 9210 Oft sojoare feet This Thistile would wouldlii wouldmake
make tile c per IUUe foot a JIttIe liu e eover
O over ZiJI ZiJIj1 3l 3lt
lii t j1 i i8 property p bus been on tile market marketi marJcetfor nmxifetfor
i fOr two Tears vearsrbe Tearslbe yearsThe
The trcstees t ees have been holding off for fortheir fortM1r fortheir
their price Georre Howard tre treasurer treasurerof surer
of the National Saving and Trust Com Coropav ComlnV Connpeer
peer hld h ld an option tion or it at one time timewith tiInettl timewith
with ttl 1600000 as a the price but he did aot aoti netexecute
eXP execute < ute It ItThee itThere
i There is a blanket bl nktt mortffaee mort E of W1AI9 W1AI9on 41 41on 45 19 19on
on all the aropprtv or p rts of the Georg Geor Wash WasbiriRton Washirgton
iriRton lr t n Tniversity rnivPT > The terms t > ri1S of the sale salerequire salerocuire
require ar3ienis T P31t > > IU of nerl > the entia entiaContinued enure enureContinued e eContlDued
Continued on Page Nine
were to e be marrfc but each time the thereports thereports
reports have been dented lira Gould GouMwere Ia1
iv a1 her bungealw at SaIIIII PMIIt L L L Ld0Its I Iand
and d0Its to reach her 11 tAI tdphove tdphovewren II IIwere
were wet with the Htstentent mat the thetetepnoM tJMteIepIIoM theteiepbo
tetepnoM ie receiver at her home had hadbeen hadDeeD badbeen
been oc the hook far hours hoursLust boIIlLxt boorsLest
Lust January 4UR1a17 It was announced that thatthe thattile thatthe
the pair were to be married but the thewedding tileill thewedding
wedding te said to t have ha been post postponed tpODed poetfor ¬
poned for two reasons One was the thedeath theeadt thedeath
death of Mr Thomas father Joseph JosephTrust JoepIaP JoeephThomas
P Thomas who was a director of the thesugar th thTn
sugar Trust t who ho left him a fortune fortuneof
of HJOZ 11118 BS It was said that the other otherreason etherJea8OD otherreason
reason was the opposition doa of has mother motherRumor motherRumor motherRumor
Rumor had it at that time that MsThomas Mrs MrsThomas JInJTbomas
Thomas objected because of family rea reasons rea80De reason ¬
sons which were never divulged divulgedWhen divu divuW1Ien
When the plans were made for t forithe < ithe ithewedding the thewe UIcWtLdb
we wedding diag last January a round roundwon roundthe roundthewur roUlMlthewori
won wori 3 wedding trip was decided upon uponTh upoaTIM uponThe
TIM Th pair were to have ve gone to Califor California CallforzaJa t aIiforttia ¬
nia and motored over r that State a Tnea Tneathey Tlteatiler Theathey
they planned K te said to go to the theHawaiian eHawailaa theHawaiian
Hawaiian Islands and spend some time teeContinued timeContinued tilDeCOlltn
Continued COlltn on Seventh eD Page
Routed From Beds By Mid Midnight Midnight Midnight ¬
night Blaze Which De Destroys Destroys ¬
stroys Blue Ridge Inn InnBLUE3 InnBLUEXOT InnBLUEMONT
BLUE3 BLUEXOT < XCTk Va Va July 7Tw6RQ 7Tw6RQtwo 7 Tw ty tytwo
two Washington guests at the Blue Blueitidsje BhteIan BinsRidge
Ridge Inn Ian owned by Jules Dexaoet DexaoetWashington DemoDetWa DemonetWashington
Washington Wa bl narrowly escaped death deathwiiea deathwhoa
whoa the inn was buraed to theground the tbeground thepua l
ground just after midnight midnightTbe midDIPtlJHt
the blase started In the laaadry of oftbe oftJae ofthe
the large hotel the largest Jr < e t resort re rt of ofits ofIw ofits
its kind in this section and gained gainedheadway gainedheadway i ihea4lwa7
headway before the th sleeping < guests guestswere guestswere i iwere
were awakened la Ue e rear of tbe tbebuilding thebuilding
11 11ufkUJIg
building the stairways were cut off o by bysmoke bysmoke bysmoke
smoke and several of the guests were wererescued wererescued i ire
rescued re from the windows wln owa Several Severalwomen Severalwomen Severalwomen
women who Jumped were uninjured uninjuredThe
The Th damage e is estimated at t from SS SSto 35to 3 3I
I to 45 4S 4Li M L aJK ant n is only partly cor1 cor1ered CO COarecl carered
ered by y Insurance InsuranceIn
In the middle r kklJe of o the he summer theresort the theresort there
resort re is ordinarily rdinariI the rendeevoue of o
4 409 S or i SO 0 guests but the season was wasnot wasDOt wasnot
not yet ia I full swing and not t more morethan JROr8tllan norsthan
than fifty guests u found themselves themselveswithout tIMIa8e tIMIa8ew1tht themselveswithout
without a sleeping sMep place tote Mora MoraIsa JftCKDt marairg
Isa t Though a the Are is one of o f a series seriesia
in this vicinity reca r reeenty DtJY y it te Itnot not be believed he heuve41 believed ¬
lieved to have 1a been of Incendiary ori origia 01 01gin engin
gin giaThe The hotel win b De rebuilt immediate immediately ¬
ly according aeeonl to a statement given sivoaout gl gleMIt givenoat
out by Mr IJemoaet todayAmong today todayAmoas tedeyAaontj
Among the t Washington Waa ington guests lIests at atthe atUte atthe
the hotel were Miss Helen B Stuns StunsMljs St StXI SensesMiss
Miss XI Hattie M J3 Bull ll Mrs M Robert RobertDciatyne RobertDftyne RobertDratyne
Dciatyne and faaafly fam y Mfe X Carrie CarrieMartiu CarrieXarttn CarrieMartin
Martin Miss Sadie WHa W Hannura nun Miss MissNellie XJI MissNellie
Nellie C McLaughlin aa nH t Mrs R B BKeene BKHne BKeene
I Keene and family I II
ZYo t9 Detroit lalci Mich and Return ReturaBaltimore RetumBaltImore ReturnBaltimore
Baltimore k Ohio account t B P O I3ks I3ksJury E11uIJ7 ElhaJell
I Jury 7th to 1Mb valid for n return until untilpayment VDutrilly untlJ
extetid ed
rilly J 1st ntpayment aMI z may be uteDded elm upoapa elmuntl
payment pa ent of fee of SLW until August A AAsk t t20th
ibtJa 20th Ask agents for particulars partkularsAdwt Adt Advt
Money Held Back Fair FairWorkers FairWorkers FairWorkers
Workers Cannot Settle SettleWith SettJeWith SettleWith m
With Tradesmen TradesmenCREDIT T TradesmenCREDIT radesiNenCREDIT
Payments Halted By Checkup CheckupWill C eokupWill QaeckupWiI
Will Be Made la Three Days DaysDorsad DaSDwaad Da DaDllraad
Dorsad Expteias ExpteiasAn
An AnCensus isaari loa Is threatened d the tJIeCeJISUIJ theCensus
Census CeJISUIJThe Bureau BureauThe BurmaThe
The are has boon soon niiiikliiriua 1IIdu 1IIduweek derlg 4er a aweek aweek
week while Director Xfcsraad sat un unsuspecting ennuspetding ¬
suspecting 11 at his desk and Bees i idistressed Of Ofd ofdistr
d distr distressed + eaiwd and wroughtop ap girls em employed emplo7ed employed ¬
ployed at the punching ms mciIi mcMim chinos te the theBureau theBureau theBureau
Bureau made heated rams TIB about aboutL aIHMItCDde aboutCade
L CDde nde Sam as an employer and took tookputting Oktbetr tonictheir
their ant IeMOIIII ID tile gentle eJItJe a art or orput ofputting
putting put off the landlady 1y or orme persuad persuading peesoading ¬
ing the laundress to watt wattIt waltIt waitIt
It is toe sad sadday sad Moor oC the pay payday payday
day that hide didnt edDteoe t coute Of course auhse it < will willcome Willcome wincome
come along some old time Thut say saysured saythe y ythe
the gams is ja what they bane as assured cen censured
sured the landlady and tile laundress laundressBut haa rees reesBut o
But when w That is wit the land landlady JIuIdlady landlady
lady and the laundress always ask In Inreturn lautvnI InTiters
return utvnIJr
Jr e Snytiluuts > Appear AppearWhen AppearWhea AppearWhen
When July 1 1the supposedly r 111 pay day at atthe attbs
the r rno c Revise arrived It ItDO beegu beeguno
no pay en endoing envelope elope to tit the girls who are aredoIDIf aredarns
doing piece work at the in saehaaes chin en on onwhich onrhlda onwhich
which schedules u1e8 of the thecards cssna et enumerators etaton
aton ant tnulrered trance vied to at phtirted phtirtedcards ted tedcard8
cards from which the anal count is isto 18made ismade
made by census experts npenTbe8e expertsThese
These girls many Of whom had come CIOIDto cometo
to Washington from distant cities at rid ridere SlidPere d dere
Pere ere without friends here declare that thatthey thatthey thatthey
they wore placed ta a hasardous posi position position i ittoa ¬
tion when on July 1 they dM nut nscerre nscerrethe nlCdveUw raoeirethe
the approximate sum of IS due then tbesufrom lIrom thenfrom
from h tne Census BursaProm Bureau BureauFrom BureauFrom
From the more spirited spiritedthem SJIIrite4tII8a ones amonir amonirthen
them there arose aroseflowed ptosm elf pretest pretestwith t tw11Ia
with rennet saysay y turf was wasaiioned as asOR
flowed on July 2 to those eke wee weeIII werea
III a wp need eC Ia aae spas It Itis 1 1willie
is sddt willie iIa need were too J IVPYe pcot aroi aroito
to t grr sire their names aa among tiVwc tiVwcwoo tlYACcould ttrsrwho
woo who could not watt for the fan psiy psiymnut JN JNof phaymeet
meet of salary and wired home to toattner totIdJMr tofather
father for a loan loanWe leaDTHy lossThey
THy Deat tbiena tbienaWe tLneatawL tLneatawLWe
We cant know why we worent weftI1tlaid weaentpaid worentpmid
laid pmidi 09 aN a n fill voles whet a afill agroup
i group of gfate was as seen by a Tim 1 si rep repj repreeBtatlTe reproentatare
j resentatrre resentatrreAs reeBtatlTeAs
As early as Jme 25 2i numbers of us xishad usbad usbad
bad become sutatJentrr If expert on the thepunch theto theponching
punch ponching ing machines to be transferred transferredfrom uarredfrom w 1ren 1rentrem
from the annual salary basis of pay payment y ymt
mt to 1M basis of payment by piece pieceo piereceIIts
o 91 cents for every aundr imdrpunched aundrpunched JaundrI
punched it is true tr 4 that these cards cardshave cardshave cardshave
have to tomoney be verified befcre we get an anBut any anymosey
I money But when are they going to toverified ie ievl11led ieverified
verified We want to know We have bavasked haveasked v vasked
asked our subchiefs and we cant set setany setan1 gete
e any trathrfintknt trathrfintkntI 011 011I
1 I hav jUst tt in cash said another anotherof
of the victims rkt ns of pricepiece pIece work work1and workaDd workand
and s if I were called none tomorrow tomorrowby
by sby a death In the family I couldnt go goI goI goI
I baTe DO friends here I cannot bor borWhat borrow borrow
row What am I going to dor dorAnd do doAM
And I am in u disrepute disrepete at dotq nrjr bank bankand bankDel bankand
and with my creditors wailed stttl an another anetIIer another ¬
other one A note I owe was protested protestedon
on July S because I was simply stranded strandedand traad traadlid strandedand
and had no way to get moneySad money moneySa4 JDODeTSa
Sad Mad Let
We owe the landlady We owe ev everybody nfrYbody ereaybody ¬
erybody weve we had any dealings with in inWashington mWaatdngton inWashington
Washington All AIIe we have got bore is a aIHtle alittJe alittle
little credit toy t say Individually IadhN and andin andin andin
in unison unisonof Al there a mad MId lot lotot lotof
of girl strlsI Net k knowing fast whom to tobIaIne toblame
I blame exactly they feel Ill HkM blaming btouolnsexerybody 1IIamIngeerybody blamingeterybody
exerybody exerybodyHere eerybodyHere eterybodyHen
Here those Congressmen have h goneaway gone goneaway Oneaway
away for the summer wKhovt looking lookingi J6Mtngafter taskingafteus
i after afteus us us charged ed one of the thetIeDIsts iuourrec iuourrectionists iuenrrecbrotherinlaws
tionists My brothernIawrs a Con Couuressman Conlid Conand
uressman and and you may be sure I am amWing amto amgoing
Wing wn wnlet to let him know know what trouble troubleW treublebeen
t W been in inMany inMany
Many of the employes are heartily die dissatisfied dibecautJe dieaatieded ¬
satisfied because the Bureau donuu ds dstbat cIstbat dsthat
tbat they work on the punching ma marnines maby mabines ¬
bines by piece payment instead of by byregular b brepIar byre
regular re salary salaryOther salaryOthers
Other Make More MoreThey JhreTIley MoreThey
They assert that scores of girls are aremaking areJ aremaking
making p11 per month at clerical work workin workla
in the Bureau while those who operate operatethe op orate oratethe
the puechfng pec tug mschfaifn have ba a far more moredifficult moredIfftcu1t moredtffkult
difficult task and when paid by the thepiece thepieee theplea
piece probably will not be able to earn earnas earnas
as much as foefar t fellowworkew who till fillThat tillpoeItioa tillrsaio
+ rsaio pass passThat
That is I one of the worst features featuresabout featuresabout
about our not gettma 5d getthpaid paid said one oneof oneof oneof
of the girls gIr We dont know bow much muchcoved atucttis ucn
is coming to UIJo us for wever Jeftr bve lie re recened recarved
coved a payment since being put on onpiece onpleee
piece work some of us on June X and andothers aDdotbelW
others later If we cant make nab as much muchon muchOR muchon
on piece work a au the srirs ka a are setting settingto
OR clerical work many of us are oing oingto iog iogto
to resign and go back home homeDirector homeDttraD homeDurand
DttraD S SDkertor Serprised SerprisedDirector
Director Durand of the Census C Bu Bureau BureQ Buren ¬
reau when 1Ifta informed this narmtmt D by byThe byThe Y YIIM
The Tjtnfp representative rig ssentstire of the dissat dissatisfaction dissatl t tisIaetioII ¬
l isfaction aetion existing amonr the tAstx at the thepunching thepoh thepunching
punching poh machines said that tide was wasjthe wasthe
jthe the first occasion oc aston on which the matter matterbad matterbad ttei
bad been brought to his attention attentionrrne attentionThe
The this cannot be paid he sail saKJuntil sair1udI sailuntil
until their work has 2 as been verified ThL Tbhwit ThLwfll Tblwill
will be in a day or two sow Inasmuch Inasmuchas Ina
as the price piecework aysteiu em only went wentinto wentInto wentinto
into effect on June 1C II and as iuty of our ourprice ourprice
price pieceworkers QIters have been taken on onat onat onat
at later dates the pay was delayed un until until entn ¬
til the work 0IIt could 1JIOC1 be systematfeMd systematfeMdIn llatlllell llatlllellxa
xa In order to accommodate the yoon yoonwomen youngwomemr
I women we notified them that they could coulddraw coulddraw coulddraw
draw t SlO 10 on July 2 Z and several who said saidthat saidtIaat saidthat
that th they y were inconvenienced laeoII ienCfj by not re rererrin receiring
i rerrin trilUt more than tots sum were al allowed alJo1iHd allowed ¬
lowed to draw a larger 1 r one oneI or oreTbe
I Tbe irregularity irrtJru lrtty in the vay 1 day Is IsI IsDOthinl Isnothing
I nothing more than would odd have l y resultedI resulted revlted1m
I 1m I fai any an branch of business in which whichmethods whichmethod whichmethods
methods of work rk and v of uavTneat for forsame torSATt forsame
same were PIP lindeisrolns a < < humf We Wehove Velne Ve Vehove
hove made every effort to jsc a orrmodate nommodatethe orrmodatetbe ndatet
the t enptv copi enn + r F not onIv hi n providnur pro the theI
I most eo ej Bfortabl environment t for their theirwork their1rO theirwork
work 1rO but in the matter of payment
paymeatf f

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