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b THE WASHIXCTOSf W TIMES THUROTAT Y SEPTEMBER 22 1910 13 13b
S RACERS GATHERING GATHERINGAT GATHERINGATEJPPER
AT ATEJPPER UPPER r MARLBORO MARLBOROTorn ARL80ROTom
Tom Mannix Is Latest Ar Arrival Arrival Arrival
rival With String of ofTwoYearOlds ofTvoYearOIds ofNEW
TwoYearOlds TwoYearOldsNEW TvoYearOIdsNEW
NEW SIXFURLONGCOURSE SIXFURLONGCOURSE SIXFURLONG SIXFURLONGCOURSE
COURSE COMPLETED COMPLETEDWalter COl1PLETEDWalter
Walter JVIidgelys llidgelysHorses Horses Will Be Beon Beon BeOfl
on Hand Last of ofWeek 0 ofWeek f fWeek
Week WeekMARLBORO WeekI WeekXARLBOKO WeekMARLO1IO
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MARLBORO Md Sent JThc JThcEtabfog JItcstables I1e I1estabes
stables are re fast fining up at the new newtrack HeWtrack ew ewtrack
track at Upper Marlboro for f the theaugural tbeaugjra1 18 18ausural
augural meeting wfateh wilt be held heldfrom heldfrom JeIdfrom
from Tuesday October 4 to Friday FridayOctober FridayOctober FridayOcteber
October 14 1 There are new about forty fortyhorses fortYh018e Zortyhoze
horses at the coarse with many more moreon moreon moreon
on ttteir way from Canada The latest latestarrival Jat Jatarrival st starrival
arrival Is g the string stri tr4i owned and trainedby trainedb
by b Tom Mannix which Wch Includes flrst flrstclass flrstclass flrtclass
class twoyear oWs T TIte e horses of waiter waiteraildgely walterll Waiter3t1deIy
aildgely ll ely will arrive this week so as to tobe tobe tobe
be rested before being asked to race raceover raceover raceover
over the track which is new to them themAmong themmong themAmong
Among mong others who have h ve been granted grantedstabling graRtedstabling grantedtabUng
stabling room are WIlliam Keating KeatIgid Da David DaTiel ¬
vid id Dunfep P S P Randolph RandolphFrank RandolphFrankPjper Frank FrankPiper FrankPiper
Piper R It M Taylor Carter C Hall Hallwho Hanwho H1who
who will also be bring brtn over some horses horseslor horsestor bormsfor
for J W Schorr Clint De Witt Abe AbeGarson AbeGarson AbeGarnon
Garson Jule Carson S W Street StreetC StreetC
C C SmkhsoB A AMen Henry Flip Flippen 11tppen FlipDen
pen W Garth Frank Ilson aDd many manyothers manyothers manyothers
others wlio w will come with smaller smallerstrings smallerstrlngs maiierThings
strings strlngsrhlu3 stringsThings
Things are going well in the way of ofimprovements ofimproemen ofimprovements
improvements 5 to the plant A chute chutelias chutei1a chutebeen
lias i1a been built making a sixfurlong sixfurlongcourse sixfurlongcourse sixfurlongcourse
course whUe a steeplechase course is isreceiving Isrecei1nr
receiving hjng special t attention This is ORe oaeof OReof oneof I
of the divisions of the sport that will be belargely be1argeJ belargely
largely catered to The stands have all allb alii allbfen
b bMn en rebuilt one being reserved for box boxseat boxseat j jseat
seat holders while the other which h is a anew a aTiew arew
new structure will accommodate a large largecrowd largecrowd e ecrowd
crowd New buildings have been erected erectedduring erecteddurln erecteddurln
during durln the last two weeks and when whencomplete wheftcomr whencomplete
complete comr aete > the plant wJH be a firstclass firstclassThe l1rstelassone
one oneThe
oneThe The strong feature is the fact that the thering thering thering
ring will be an open one and many lay layers layers ¬
ers have already applied for stands standsAntony standsAmo standsAmon
Antony Amo those who have asked for fo book bookIng bOoklng bookIng
Ing privileges prlvl es are M Lewis J E EWhite EoWhit EWhite
White J E Cahill C c O Smith W WHerman WHennan WHerman
Herman Claude Jones Jo e C Walters S SStephens S SStephens SStepbens
Stephens Frlsco Gardner G rdner George Per Perrett Perrett Perrett
rett and E ColelL all known to the thepatrons thetroll8 thepatrons
patrons troll8 of thoroughbred racing in Balti Baltimore Baltimore Battimore ¬
more There will be six races a day in including Including ineluding ¬
cluding a steeplechase eba8e The first race racewill racewlU racewill
will be run at 2 18 which will gWethe gWethepublic s the thepublic thepUblic
public a chance to get away from the thetrack thetrack thetrack
track at an early hour hourThe boarThe hourThe
The Pennsylvania railroad will run runspecial runl runspecial
special l trains to the track landing the thepublic tilepublic theyubllc
public at the grandstand gran staDd gate The trip tripfrom trip1rom tripfrom
from Baltimore win be made in fifty fiftyminutes fiftyminutes fiftyrnlnutes
minutes with a Uralclass service guar guaranteed guaranteed r ranteed ¬
anteed anteedTOW5ON anteedTOWSON anteedTOWSON
TOWSON IS READY READYFOR READYFOR READYFOR
FOR HIS LONG RUN RUNCross RUNCrossConntry RUNCrosCouatry
Cross CrossConntry Comitry Club Aferathpnj AferathpnjRunner 1rafhn 1rafhnRunner furath1m furath1mRunner
Runner Will Journey to Bal Baltimore Baltiniore ¬
timore Sunday SundayBALTIMORK SuooayBALTnIRE SuhdayBALTIMR I
BALTIMORK Sept 22 Gect GectToW8 George B BTowson Blowsou
Towson ll nmraiboner of the Croee Coon Country Couttm Coontry ¬
try Club is resting r easily after arduous arduoustraining a1 arduoustra1nhi tNIUS tNIUStralnt
training tralnt stums of the t1tepast past month mentka1Ml mentka1Mli11 and andwill andaifl
will i11 be h iu < the pink of condition when whenhe wileRht VI4enbe
he leaves 1 ieav 8 ves The Washington WA8 Htton Times office officeWashington of officeWanbiagion Ace J
Washington 3Sb OII D C for his run to the theN
2 N > ews ws office officePermtsoian oe oepermIsfIoR oflcePermislun
Permtsoian was obtained from Major MajorRichard YajorRkhard taJorRiehard
Richard Sylvester Sy er Superintendent t ft ftPolice of ofPolice
Police of the District fate Is morning tOj tOjrun to torun f frun
run through thro streets street80t of the th Capital next nextEundarmornhig
j
Eundarmornhig gunday mornhs rn h in athletic attire Towj Towj13P Tow Tow60n Townon I
non wj will leave the the newspaper office at
13P 3 3 > o clock and will tll be assisted by byCapt byCapt byCapt
Capt Henry C Biphinstone Carl A ARnbuid A ARnland
Rnland and Thomas P McDoaough XeDo who whowili whowiU whowill
will accompany him awheel on his at attempt attempt attempt I
tempt to lower the present intercity intercityrecord IntercJ IntercJJiY Intercityrecord
record held by himself The record is ishours Isz
= JiY I IBALTI110RE
z hours and 56 minutes minutesBALTIMORE minutesBALTIMORE
BALTIMORE COLLEGE COLLEGETO I ITO
TO PLAY GALLAUDET GALLAUDETElevens GALLAUDETEJevens
Elevens Will Meet on the Kendall KendallGreen KendallGreen KendallGreen
Green Field Octo October Octoher October29 ¬
her ber29 ber29BALTIMORE 29 I IBALTIMORE
BALTIMORE Sent22 Sept SeptflThe The Battmwre BattmwreCity BaItIIiMKeCft BaltlnmreCity I
City Cft College football squad had h tl its t first firstpractice fttstracttce ftrstractlce
practice > racttce yesterday at the Wes w West Forest ForestPark Fer FerPark ForestPark
Park Country Club There were four fourteams lourt fourtcams
teams t ams on the field Coach Lynn gave gavethe gavetile gavethe
the boys a short talk before they went wenton wtpn
on the fiett He then put p t them through througha tr tra
a light practice for or about two tw hears hearsIt hoursIt
It 1 t consisted corn > tstcd of quick Hearting lacu ssxthig J minting mintingforward NRtIJ1frward puntingforward
forward passing and the OBGC 9B5We kick kickThe kickThe kickThe
The squad showed much spirit 8P1r1tThe spiritThe spiritThe
The schedule scheduleSeptember scheduleSeptember scheduleSeptember
September SS McDonough School l at atMcDonough atbl attrDonougk
bl McDonough McDonoughOctober trDonougkOctober DonoughOctober
October 1 Country School at the theCountry t theountry e eountry
Country ountry Scbook ScbookOctober ScbooLCktober ScbooIOctober
October S Mfltersvttie S State Normal NormalEchool NonnalJkhool NormalchooI
Echool at MflferaYfne MflferaYfneOctober M MIIIernvWeOctober Ier YtIIeOctober
October W J5HALTre Havre de Grace G High HighSchool HighS Highschool
School S < hooI at Havre 4e e Grace GraceOctober GcaceOctober GrnceOctober
October 2S 2B4 RvSc R HSl C OJiIege OJ4ege Bege at DIM BIMoctober ElHoott DIMoott
oott City CityOcto CityOctober
october Octo er tC GaMawdet JhuMIet School Sc Sch e Dl at Wash Washington Wasklngton Washlngton ¬
lngton ingtonXoveraaer lngtonovem lngtonNoveraer
Xoveraaer ovem 5 5St St Johns Reserves at atAnnapolis atA atNoJber
Annapolis AnnapolisNovember A
November NoJber J r 12 UCeRtr 12Centri Central High H SchooL at atWashington atWashlngton at3BsItImqre
Washington Washlngtonovember WashingtonNovember
November 1SBaltimore IS Baltimore Polytechnic PolytechnicInstitute PolyteehnloInsUtute PolytechnicInstitute
Institute at Oriole Park ParkNEW ParkNEW ParkNEW
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NEW CANDIDATES CANDIDATESOUT
OUT AT HARVARD HARVARDtAKBRIIXJE HARVARDUlBRIDGE HARVARDJBRIDGE
tAKBRIIXJE UlBRIDGE Maas 111 Sept 25 New Newf Newaees ew ew1ae
f 1ae acs are now seen in the lineup of f the theHarvard 1IIellarvanl theharvard
Harvard football squad Antony 1nn Johnson John Johnson ¬
son n HanD McGuire Pierce and H K KBush KBosh XBush
Bush au aD of whom were substitutes te m mthe enthe
the first team test year y are out ut for forpractice torracdee fortractloe
tractloeHouVY practice practiceHeavy racdee racdeeHeavy iHIl
Heavy work ork te being Indulged in as the theends tJIeen theends
ends en s nave bavea a let of surplus weight to get getri getTil getTill
ri Till l of Wisglesworth i esworth W0ith and Gardner are areengineering areEn areengineering
engineering En the forward sassing which whichis
is S r ceivits a lot of attention Drop Dropkicking DrepkieJd Dropkwking
kicking kieJd Is also being beln developed eIopeJ by Cap Captain C cptam p ptam ¬
tam tam WttbJrgtr > n and Lewis Fettoa Is tebeconrfap IsecomThg
1 beconrfap eco ecomThg one < t f the most accurate punt punters punter punters ¬
ers er on die tout teatiNELSON tea1LNELSON toutNELSON
NELSON TO SIGN SIGNWITH SIGNWITH SIGNWITH
WITH MONTE DALE DALEKANSAS DALEKAiSAS DALEKANSAS
KANSAS CITY Mo Sef Sept 22 Bat Thstring B t tITing
ring 1 H 111 N Nflsoa Ison plans plai to prove to fight bogs bogstiiat vt115t1at bugst
tiiat t at he can come back and sufficiently sufficientlystrong S1IfiIdeDtly6ro sutflclentlynrong
strong 6ro to beat Ad Wofeast when next nextth Rextlhft nextthe
th lhft lhftme the r tne iflt ifltmeeting c cA
A meetinc me was Ii chftlulell cn du > ed for late to today totb toclay ¬
day tb y whereby a bout between the Dane Daneand Daneand Daneand
and Monte Dale for October 18 11 In Kan Kansas Kansas Rannas ¬
sas City was to be arranged
I Tthtetcs Athletics AIzlalcsr HopeBefupdfhe HopeBefupdfheBat Hope HopeBe1ilzcf Bef pcl t the theBat e er
r Bat Batletic BatI
Ira Thom Thon2ai catcher of the Athr Athrletics Uh UhJetl
letic Jetl is a bran laddie Stand Standing StandJD Stand1n ¬
I
ing JD O feet S inches and tipping the theI thebeam
I 3 beam > eani aDt at 3 In illS S these th e specifications specificationsandthe apecificationaandthe pecI catJoDS
I andthe pair of fine fine shoulders with withproportionate withproportionate
I proportionate chest ch t expansion expansionBlve expaDBlonihe expansiongive
give ihe no Indications that Ira will wineTer willever willever
ever have to take a canon n off offfor offrol ol oliS
for rol nsy r y physical PbYJiI ni recuperative per pnrWsts purtOS perOsC3
Wsts tOS OsC3 A 4 fine specimen of athletic athleticmanhood athleticmanhood j jmanhood
manhood I II Is Ira and a n1lnr fine player playeran
an well tvellJle wellJIe wellHe
Jle first savr the light of day at atIlallston atDnUston atJialiston
Ilallston Spa A Y 1 In 1SS1 He Hebegan lIebegun
began playing professionally pro tloDn1b tloDn1bJfartCorl at atIfartford atlfartfrd
Ifartford Cons Conn the same year he heca heac heas
ac ulle llc to ca cast t his bl first vote voti3no voteifto ote
3no 100 = He progressed pror s rapidly raplc ly In life lifeciiojscn hiscfloMn bincioen
ciiojscn occupation grndiatfng eradiating d atfnJ to tothe 10tbe tothe
the Xciiarlc euark Eastern Lenj League tie club cIubthc clubthe clubtlic
thc ii ie3t t season He vras sent eDt to toIroTfilence toJroTfn toIrohicnee
IroTfilence JroTfn e by b a deal In 1J 10tH > O4 and andremained amITemiainro am amrcntqinrd
remained with that club the ntatt ntattseason IIr eaf eafaenson t tenn
season materially aiding the CZnuts CZnutsf
f III win nm the pennant In J 1005 IOO A Airnrietl At Attrncje t t1rn
irnrietl 1rn c1 by his hI ability Manager ManagerNew
Clark Griffith JIIeenred secured hIm for or his hisXcw hisNew
New York American Amerfeaaa where TV here he heplayed hepJacl heplayed
played In 100C 1DQ and 1OOT lDiJ Another Anotherdeal Anotherdeal onotherdeal
deal wall ya
engineered engIn
aronnd aronndThomna aronndThomn aroundThonzna
Thomna that took aim to tie tiJ l De Det Be Betrtiit > e etrrilt
trrilt t lt club for the season of ofwhere 1SOS 1SOSof 1905uJlere
where he again tasted the delights delightsof delights delightsof
of pennant p nnant whining In I 1903 he hefound heound befound
found ound his bJ
present home
with
the thea theAtbletJea theAthletics
Athletics and for the third time tIxn fa fan isa
a champion thl this year yearBaseball YearI yearP
I P Baseball Notes NotesThe 7 7The I
The Giants are just
as anxious
as the thetroubles
fans to have the Yankees settle their
troubles in a a hurry
If they
are to ptey pia
1 postseason post ea
series they the want to meet
the Teal Iea1Yankees Yankees not a to teem torn by
internal dissension dlssenStonConnie dissensionConnie dissenbionConnie
Connie Mack ack pL plans to t use se Jack J a k
Coombs in the
opening game of the t e
worlds series following foHe with CWef
Bender BenderIt
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It is just possible pee that t If Coombs and
Bender get off well they will de deof most
of the work in the big show sboW Mack
figures that if Christy C ri ty Mathewson and
Joe J e McGinnity could alternate ta the
Kfl5 l9fkc series Coombs and
Bonder win ill he i
Just as well able to do the saxsTtbte S8ae this yeaV yeaVto 7 ydar I ICoom
Coom Coomba and Bender are streog eeap
to stand such a a strain Ceae C Coem fe iii no i
at his best unless half worked WOI e t to 4eatt
and Bender though he does not perron teCf0lJll1 teCf0lJll1as
as of often ten as His teammate could prob ¬ i
ably do so for a short stretek stretchup stretekRoger I II IRoger I
Roger Bresnahan aeeJ seciim to have pIe I
ect up two good ones in Hearn Ha and a
Steele Each held the GtantTtl Giants tg Re
loposoine Inosoxne nosome run In their games this series seriesOrrle serieOzvfe j jOijrfe
Oijrfe Overall Is slated t te do meet mee of
Chicagos heavy work w rk In a the worlds
series Chance is nursing him along
just t ior tor or that and expects P cUj to get away
with withlt withltFIGHT ito Mw ItFIGHT j jFIGHT I
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FIGHT PICTURES PICTURESDRAW PICTURESDRAW I IDRAW
DRAW BIG CROWD CROWDThe CROWDI CROWDITIle
The opening of the JeffriesJohnson JeffrlesJohnsonfight
fight pictures test night at Ruppert EuppertsPark RuppertPark RuppertPark
Park Park Biadensburg proved a Wg suc success success suecess ¬
cess in every way Early Earl > as 7 i oclock oclockpeople oclockP oclockpeople
people P ple commenced to gather around the theticket theticket theticket
ticket booth Not only ytIy fiI did the people go gooat goOJt gotnt
oat on n tho street cars can but many made madethe madethem madethe
the them trip in their automobiles and taxi taxicabs taxicabs taxicabs
cabs Those who went out with their theircars theircars theircars
cars found splendid facilities for parking
them The management have also em employed emploYed employed ¬
ployed a watchman to take care of them themwhile themwhile themwhile
while the owners are enjoying the thepictures thepIctures
pictures pictureIt
It is estimated that 509 5t people attended attendedthe
the first show both men and women womenand womenandat womenand
and andat at no time during the snow sbo was wasthere vasthere wasthere
there a disturbance of any kind The Thepictures Theplctun Thep1cture
pictures not only show the fight but butalso buta150 butalso
also different views In Reno especially especiallythe ecla1l ecla1ltbe
the vast crowds that went to see the thefight thefight thelight
fight many of whom were not able to togain tob81n togain
gain admittance admittancePRINCETON admittancePRINCElON admittancePRINCETO4
PRINCETON HELPED HELPEDBY
BY STAR AT RUGBY RUGBYPRINCETQ RUGBYPRDiCETOX RUGBYPRINcETc
PRINCETQ N J Sept 20 Prince Princeton Princetoft PrIncetest
ton may mix a little of the Rugby P by style style9t ste9t styleof
9t the game me in her football this year yeardue yearfive yearIue
due to the addition to the coaching coachingstaff coachi coachiStsil coachiiwstat
staff of oClfr Heft Herring Herrin one of the stars starsof j jof
of of 9C1Hi 19T HerrinsT He fe mru rinzwas was a Rhodes RhOf s schol scholjr hel helat I
jr at t Oxford and T Dtay1 ayet1 on tho Oxford Oxfordteam OXtonteam OxfordteOni
team that won the Rugby champion championship cbamplonhip championship ¬
ship hip last year ver He is i enthusiastic over overtH overtJMo overthe
tH the Rugby R b came aDU and It is te believed beU ved hej hejwttl he hewill bewill
will introduce a little of the Rubgy Rubgystyle RubgyThere Rubgystyle
style styleThers
styleThere
There are nearly seventy men out for fortile forthe j
the team and head coach Bill Roper Roperand ROJerand Roperand
and Captain Hart are are crcatly pleased pleasedwith ple4Sedwith ploesedwith
with the lh work up to date dateINDIANAPOLIS dateINQIANAPOLIS dateINIflANAPOLIS
INDIANAPOLIS CLUB CLUBMANAGER CLUBMANAGER CLUBMANAGER
MANAGER RESIGNS RESIGNSINDIANAPOLIS RESIGNSTh RESIGNSINDI1NAPOLIS
INDIANAPOLIS Th Jbu APOLIS Sept 22 2charIey 2charIeyCa Charley CharleyCarr
Ca Carr manager of the Indianapolis base baseball basekit baseball ¬
ball team today confirmed con nned a report that thathe tha thathe t the
he his resigned never to take up pro professional proeseienal profeseinnal ¬
fessional baseball again after the team teamdisbands teamdisbands I Idls
disbands following the closing game at atLouisville atLoul6vllle atLouisville
Louisville next Sunday SundayCarrs SuDdayCarrs SundayCarrs
Carrs connection with the Indianapo Indianapolis ¬
Its aggregation wIM be severed after a amanagerial aJDaD amanagerial
managerial JDaD erla1 career reer of four years He Hehas Hehas Hehas
has been playing ball about fourteen fourteenyears fourteenVears fourteenyws
years He played on the Lehigh Uni Universiy Usversty
versiy team in the Eastern stern League Lea ue and andwith aoowith annwith
with Philadelphia Detroit Cleveland Clevelandaad Clevelandand i imd
and Cincinnati coming here > from th thhitter the theatter thelatter
hitter pace He will devote his time to toa toa I IIt
a sporting goods business businessKAUFMAN businessKAUFMAN
KAUFMAN = ARRIVES ARRIVESIN ARRIVESINBALTIhORE It S I
IN BALTIMORE INBALTIhOREBALTIMORE BALTIMOREBALTIMORE
oatocI oatocItown
BALTIMORE Sept 221 2No No o OOtof OOtoftown oatoftowii
town pugilist JK i8t In the history of this city citywas citywas II
was ever given ve l a greater ovation tha thattmt thap thapthat
that accorded AI Kaufman the big bigCalifornmA bigCaIiComiaR bigCaIifornian I
CalifornmA as he stepped te from the thetrain thevain thetrain
train accompanied by BiHy y Delaney and andBob andBo1t andBebDendy
Bob BebDendy De Deah ly today todayKaufman todayRaifuin I IKa
Kaufman Ka fmanlooks looks in great shape for his hissixround hissbrOUD4J hissixround
sixround mill with Al 1 Kubiak the theig theB theJehlzan
ig Jehlzan < hlsan B lion before tere Joe Barretts Ar Arntory Arna Ariuery
ntory na rT A C on next Monday night nightJva nightXaifman nightRenfman
Xaifman Jva fsian will complete c m1lete his training at atOeyles atJ ate3iIes
Oeyles J e3iIes > J s gymnasium The bout will be bethe betbe bethe
the first ft t contest Cfnt t between real blsr men menwitnessed menwtcm menwitnessed
witnessed wtcm in ii this city for many years yearspast yearn1QSt yearsBENTON
past pastBENTON 1QStBENTON
T
BENTON TO CHATTANOOGA CHATTANOOGACHATTAT CHATTANOOGACiATrANOOGA
CHATTANOOGA GA Tenn Sept 22 22The 22TheChattanooga The TkeChattanooga
Chattanooga club has purchased Pitcher PitcherBeaton PitcherBenton Pitcherfenton
Benton from the Cincinnati Reds for fornest fornext fornext
next season The purchase e price was wasnot WaSnot wasnotannounced
not notannounced announced Cincinnati paid the ilaconGa ilacon IaconGa faconGa
Ga team JS 5SOO 55o QO for Benton this year ear eari
i
CASE CASEAUTO AUTO COMPANY COMPANYPLAN COMPANYPLAN
PLAN RACING TEAM TEAMI TEAM1Buyers
I
I Buyers of PierceRacine PierceRacineAutomobile PierceRacineAutomobile PierceRacineAutomobile
Automobile Factory to toBuild tqI tqBuildSpeed I
I Build BuildSpeed Speed Cars CarsBy CarsBy I I IBy
By HARRY WARD WARDThe WARDTIle WARDThe
The J T Case Threshing Machine MachineCompany MachineCompany
Company the 59 O4OOOO < > 000 agricultural ma machinery DIaclIinery runchinery ¬ II
chinery corporation purchasers purcl ers of ye yeoutput theoutput
I IoutPut
output of the PierceRacine automobile automobilefactory automobilefactory I Ifactory
factory announced that the PlerceRa PlerceRacine PI PierCeRat4ne
cine cars will hereafter be known as the theCase t thecase e eCase
Case ears and they the Immediately an announced anIOUneed anounced
nounced that they intend to t start aj ajracing a aracing I
racing team on a scale larger < r than any1 any1thine any anythine anyth1n
thine th1n heretofore attempted A attemptedLewis t mted mtedLewis j jLewis
Lewis Stranjr Stron the he eteran racing racingdriver racingd racingdiver
driver d er has 118 been put in charge as tbej tbejmanager tile tile1Dana themaunger
manager 1Dana lr of the raring ra ln team and te telooking 1610Mb Islooking
looking 10Mb = for three thrl other drivers drh rs to put puton putIl puton
on the Case Cl team teamStrans teamStraDz team teamStran <
Strans as ss well as managing the theteant theteantwltl team teamwill teamwIU
will drive < an tn the larger lar r events and the theC t thecse e eCNe
C CNe e factory f iet ry are constructing a special speciallarge speciall11e sptciallarge
large racing car car for the freeforall freeforallevents freeforalleems freeforallevents
events for fo Strantr as well eli as preparing preparingthe
the fast stock for the other men on the theteu thet6 thetotu
teu totu totuThe < n nThe
t6Tbf The case ase e Company are also a1S construct constructinc rOn constructIn tnJct tnJctIne
inc In three aeroplanes aeo lanes under the tb super supervision SUDeri8IO suec1sion ¬
vision of Mr Strang and these plane planewill planOliwill planeswill
will be tried out in j a number If Inter Intercitv Intecdtv intercity
city flights before tielnc eIn entered In the thelarge thelare thelarge
large aero ero niits niitsJohnny mtsJohnny ts tsJohDIiy
Johnny Altken who drove the chair chairmans chakmns chairinan ¬
mans inan s car iirthe I the Frank A A Munsey re reliability re reltabDlty reliabIlity
liability tour last year ear has come comeback comeback comeback
back Like many another famous ath athlete athete athete ¬
ete upon whom the spotlight of pub publicity pubUetty publicity ¬
licity has played plaY d so often Altken Uken de declared declared declarej ¬
clared some weeks ago that he had re retired re retired retired ¬
tired from active acUverompetition competition In the thefield Utefield theheld
field of automobile racing He was sin sincere sincere sincore ¬
cere in his avowal but the lure of the theracing tilerad theraciAg
racing rad G game was toostrong too strong for him to toresist tore toresIst
resist There is a fascination a glam glamour sJamourabeut glareour ¬
our ourabeut about high speed racing which calls callelnce callsIncessantly callsIncessantly
lnce Incessantly There is money and glory gloryfor gloryfor
for the successful and John Aitken is issuccessful Is8UCCe58fuL IssuccessfuL
successful With Aitken and the new newfound newfound newfound
found star Al Livingstone at the thewheels thebeets tewheels
wheels beets the National cars will be in incapable Incap Incapablo
capable ble hands in the Vanderbilt cup cuprace cupraee cuprace i
race Flushed with recent victories victoriesthese vletorlestheIte v1etoriethem
these two nervy drivers will be prepared preparedto i
to give a splendid exhibition or their taeirskill UlelrskUl theirskill i
skill to the thousands who will line linethe IIIKthe linethe
the Vanderbilt course at daybreak on onOctober onOete onOctober
October er 1 1The L LThe 1The
The Indianapolis motor speedway speedwayl6out Is Isout ldout
out with an offer of 28060 OtO in cash cashprizes caskpriles cashprizes
prizes for a iOCKmlle i mne International Internationalsweepstakes InternatknaJsweepstakes internatknaljweepstakes
sweepstakes race on ilay fny 27 Itll The TIMftrst Thefirst i iflrst
first stipulation is that cars must sJxrw sJxrwseventyfive 3 scweventyflve w wseveDtrftve
seventyfive miles an hour in ord orde < r to toqualify toqualtCy toqualify
qualify It is expected the cream or the theforeten t theforeign e ef
foreign f reCa racing cars will hook up u T mUi mUiAMerien viltbAmerican > lth I IAmerican
American cars in this big event event eventNew eventXew j jNew
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New honors have come to the Max Maxell
red ell according to advices received by byManager by4nagei
Manager John Thomas of the United UnitedX UnitedMedoi
X Medoi tor Washington Company A A Max Maxwell IIacwell Maxwell ¬
well car of the same type as that which wblet1carried whichcarried whichcarried
carried off the chief honors in the Man Manffyr
ffyr Historic Hl torle Tour won the Enos cup in inthe Intbe
the four days reliability run or the theAutomobile theA1It0llt theAutomobile
A1It0llt Automobile blle Tour Club of Buffalo The Thecar Thecar Thecar
car had a perfect pe ect road score but lost lostfive JeetAye lootfive
five points in the final examination examinationYALE eX3J1lnatlon eX3J1lnatlonYALE exainthatlonYALE
YALE IS WORRIED WORRIEDNEW I
NEW HAVEN lIA VEX Conn Sept 22 2YaJ 2YaJfootb11 22Yslfootball Tat Tatfootball
football circles were not a little woe worried werrkd woenod ¬
nod today over the absence of Walter WalterCamp WalterCamp ra1terCamp
Camp the wellkno wellknown n athletic adviser adviserwho advlserwho adviserwho
who lelt yesterday for an extended extendedbusiness exte extendedbuuIneen ded
business trip to the Pacific coast He Hewill Hewill HeWill
will be gene for the entire first t1 t month of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the iootball season Well wishers of ofYal ofYale
Yal Yale depended on Camp to lead the Blue Bluefootball Bluefootball
football squad through the maze of the tbenew thenew thenew
new rules
II T IC E i 1T ri By LOUIS O Sl JOSEPH VANCE VANCEAUTHOR VANCEI
PLUND D ER ISLAND eY AUTHOR OF OFThe
rL I 1N 11 13L1INU 13L1INUCeiyr I The BIacicBagTbeBrOUZCBci1p Black Bowl Bag and The Other Bronze Successes SuccessesThe Bell Tie Brass s
Ceiyr bM The Flunk A A Usssey Co
Synopsis of Chapters Already Published PublishedPeter PublishedPeter PublishedPeter
Peter Cadogan dOgaU with his servant Terry TerryCreagb IerryCreagh TerryCreagh
Creagh aboard the ecnooser CoHeen Is Isxakte Ist ismaking
xakte making t g for Kew ew Orleans Cadegaa sees seeshalf Jeeshale seerheW
half a mile astern a dory In It Is Jane JaaeTod4 TaaeI JaneTodd
Todd I dtt UBe from exposure Upon Uponher upoaher
her 1Ie resuscitation Cadogan explains that tbaihe thathe
he heard cries for help Jane replies repliesthat repliest1mt repliesthat
that eh Me did not call They sail for Cedar CedarIsland CedarIaland CedarIsland
Island the lighthouse on which Is tended tendedby tended1Jy tendedby
by Janes lather They run through a agale 8gale agale
gale and the schooner is saved aa d by Jane JaneAt janeAt JaneAt
At the other end of the Island xaysterlewa 1 xaysterl terI terIu
ewa H 15ht3 hts u In s csserted rt d and according t tWllMag to toWlIlI1g tOWiPing
WiPing the asstotant 8J5sl < t tender ten er haunted hauatedbeeee h hauntedhouse uDled uDledheu6e
beeee arouse Cadogans curiosity H Htr Htrmakes Rernkes r rmakes
makes a midnight excursion there tb re Front Frema FrII18tgn
a 8tgn sign h he yearns that Francois I Lestran Lestrana estranse1 estranse1a
a Kcw ftW Orleans lawyer Is the agent He Heis lieIs MCis
is knocked Jmock down by an uncanny creature creatureand cre creatureand t1ln
and comes to his senses s on the CO eouePR eouePRla M MIB
IB a remote bayou the yacht cable having havingmysteriously havierbeen navtnsfecea
been mysteriously cut in the night nightBeaching nlbhtWblo nightReaching
Beaching New Orleans I Cadosan f aided aJdedby aidedby
by Lestrange L 3traase Wblo buys Cedar Island at t ttJou aac aactlos anction
tlos Cochrane a suspicious 1I character characterbids chaTacta1tIds characterbldx
bids against him and the price is forced forcediip forceSI
1 I iip P to X6 liOi Cadopm yielding to an anI anImpulse
1 Impulse I to bay at any cost costCechrane costC costCeebrane
Cechrane C attempts to buy b back bu k the theialand th thJandand theisland
island Jandand and Cadogan thinks there m rnJT rnJT1M ma mabe f fhe
he buried treasure there On h hi at return retaraho returnhe returnho
ho learns that n Junes tfles ne fathers rea name naaseis nameJs nameis
is Topetius and that the island Is all allthat alltMt nflthat
that was left to him after a disastrous disastrousbusiness dlsatrOUSbustDess disatrOuZbusiness
business 1 venture Cadogan explains to toJane toJane tOJane
Jane that he thinks Cochrane and Will WUIlag Willleg VTI1 VTI1ias
lag are In cahoots Going to take pos poscapes possession pensession
session ot the house Cado Cadogan n b1rely 61 61capes CCcapes
capes death from a rattlesnake ratt1 kewhlch kewhlchmYBterlQuly which whichmysteriously i ijaroterlausly
mysteriously flung at him himHe himHe himHo
He sets out to explore the house and anddiscovers andcHscovers anddiscovers
discovers that his footsteps footstepsar9 are being beingdogged beinged beingdogged
dogged ed bx tome mysterious person whose whosebarefc wh whosehexcfeet c cbarefeet
barefc t prints are discernible on the theaustcoversjl thelIustcoTenIJI theSustcovtrsl
austcoversjl floors 11001Cadofan floorsCadogan floorsCadogan
Cadogan decides to sleep in the house houseand houseand
and durlac the night he and Creagh are areev arewered areeerpcwered I
ev eerpcwered rpowered wered bound and gagged and left leftwrithing loftwrithing
writhing in agony of body and mind mindla mindIa mindIn I
la the meantime Willing drugs Tope TopeItas TopeIes Topelion
lion Ies and Imprisons Jane In the light Hghthoos Ughthouse lighthouse
house Sewer SewerJane tewer1a towerJane
Jane 1a eKa escapes and hurries to fh he rescue rescueCHAPTER IC8CUCCadegan rescueof
of Cadegan f fCHAPTER
CHAPTER XIV XIVContinued XIVContinuedB XIVContinuedB Continued Continued3OTDIjY
OTDLY cnouch CD < ush she stepped into intothe intothe intothe
B 3OTDIjY the room its it darkness might mightteem mishtI mightteem I
teem with nameless terrors but butthey bell butthey
they could not daunt her A Adominant Ai Adorainant
dominant thought th 1iht urged her on Cado Cadogan Cadogat i
gan 1 was In oeril DCrilp perilpetit peril r11 that seemed ino inomentarilr r1 n nmentarily
mentarilr nMjre inoe dreadful dr ful when she real realized realJed realIzed ¬
ized what depths of unscrupulous mis mischief m mischief 3 ¬
chief had been masked tfy Willingsrse Willings WiIlingsguise Willingsgwisc
guise rse of openhearted artless good hu humor bemor ¬
mor Though she had oefore suspect suspected ¬
ed him and blamed herself for the un uncharitable unharitable Uncharitable ¬
charitable spirit that could rouse rou e in her hersuch bersuch hersuch
such aversion av rsion not until this night had hadshe hailshe badshe
she dreamed he could be so malign malignOn maUgnOn malignOn
On tiptoe with footsteps as light and andnoiseless andnoiseless andnoiseless
noiseless as thistledown drifting across acrossa
a meadow > she sped through throu h the main mainhall mainhail
hall never nev for an Instant dreaming that thatits thatIts thatIts
its shadows concealed from fri > m her 1 er that thatwnich thatwhich thatwhich
which she sought rouhta a man who lying lyingnow lyln lylnnow lyingnow
now on his face to alleviate as much as ashe ase ashe
he e could the pain ln Of his hi strained wrist wristveins wrlstveins wristveins
veins speculated tJcon pp the almost In Inaudtbfe lu3udtlHe inaudible
audible swish of her skirts and am the lit Hti little littie
i tie breath oC air that they bK blw w against againsthfaj airainathis tnct tncthis
his cheek and finally concluded that he hehad hebad
had heard a rat scurrying in the uains uainscotinc ains ainscotlm ainscothur
cotinc cotincOnce cotlmQnCt cothurQnce
Once > In the broad corridor behind the thehall theba1l theball
hall the rfrt IrI rl tinned to the th left Her Hermemory Hermemot Hermemory
memory retained a distinct Impression 1Inpre bion
SCOUT SUICIDE IDEA IDEAIN IDEAIN
IN IN BROWNING CASE CASEI CASEAttorney
I
Attorney for Family to De Dei Demand Demand
i mand Thorough Investiga Investigation InvestigationAutopsy InvestigationAutopsy ¬
tion tionAutopsy Autopsy Is Held HeldSeettting HeldSe HeldSeouting
Seettting Se Coroner Nevltts theory that thatCharles thatCll thatCharles
Cll Charles rle T Browning committed suicide suicideby suicideby suicideby
by IlIhaJf inhaling gas Attorney George H HCaivert HCalvert HCaiveet
Caivert jr acting acUotas as i resentative > of ofthe ofUIO ofthe
the Browning family raml y today declared declaredthat declaredtlMLt declaredthat
that he would demand the Coroner to tomake tomake tomake
make a thorough Investigation and andprove andprove andprove
prove the t th allegation he has made 1nadcVe madeWe madeVe
We Ve are prepared ta my opinion to totatter to13hatt toshatter
13hatt shatter tatter r the mdejde nu1cIe theory and will willprove wlllprove willprove
prove that the certificate of Dr W v H HHeron IIHero HHerou
Heron is absolutely Cdrrect declared declaredthe declaredthe declaredthe
the attorney attorneyThere attorneyThere J
There Is a total absence of a a motive motivefar m01hefQr motivefor
far the deed so far as myself and lnd the thefamily thefamll3 thefamnUy
family > can learn and t have made a apretty tpretty apretty
pretty thorough Investigation InvestigationIt
It developed today that Sirs Edith if ifRichardsoa MRichardson L LRlehardso
Richardson a wealthy we Salt Lake City Citywoman CitywotnaU Citywoman
woman said to be Brownings Brownlngs4l Browning1Iance < fiance Is Isnow IJt8w isnew
now in mldocean n and unaware of his hissudden blsIMIdd hissudden
sudden IMIdd death She nailed from Europe Europelast Europelast EuropeIest
last week Friends of f the family today todayconsidered todaycon todayconsidered
considered con the advisability of sending sendingher sendingIter sendinghot
her s wireless ntoeaage telling her of ofBrownings ofBrewnlogs ofBrownings
Brownings death bat out o t of fear that thatswrh tIIatsuh thatsot1i
swrh news would prostrate her the idea ideawa Ideawa ideaWa
wa abandoned abandonedHe 3l andonedHe
He Executed Will WillThere WillThere
i iHTltere
There could co ld be BO possible 08 motive for forsuicide forsuicide I Isuidde
suicide growing Mat e t of the relations of ofBrc f fErr
Err Anlng Ing and Mrs r8 Richardson said saidMr sakIlIr saidMr
Mr Caivert They were on the boat bastof be1Jtof boatof
of I nun as will be beshown shown on her return returnWe retUrnVe returnWe
We Ve expect that she will be in Washing Washington ¬
ton within the next ten days daysTwo daysTwo daysTwo
Two days before Charles T Brown Browncide Brown5e Browntog
tog is alleged I to baye V committed s sestate nut nutdde
cide 5e he executed e a will f1 leaving his hisestate hisestate
estate to his sister Miss Caddie CaddieBrowning CaddIeBrowning CaddieBrowning
Browning and Mrs Edith M Rich Richardson Rlcbardsoa RIchardson ¬
ardson of Salt Lake e City Utah whom whombe whomhe
be designates in the document as his hisfiance hisfiance hisfiance I
fiance fianceThe fianceThe fianceThe
The will vU1 which hlcb is dated September
16 and nd witnessed l by J J Bernard BernardLerch BernardLerch BernardLereb I
Lerch J George Werner and W Yo M MMcKnight MMcKnlght Li
McKnight was taken from the safe safein
in the Browning Brownln Middleton store store6S storesz I
6S Pennsylvania avenjttii avej northwest northwestTuesday i
Tuesday afternoon atrnoonJe the day of the thet thefuneral
t funeral nerl by Attorney George H Cal Caivert Calvert Calvert ¬
vert Jr named as one 011 of the execu executors executors executore ¬
tors with Nathan Musher an Attorney
for the Browning Bro VDlng > family Present Presentwere Presentwe Presentwee
were we e Browsings mother Mrs Horatio HoratioBrowning HoratioBrowntnl HoratioBrowning
Browning his slst nIstr str r Miss 115K Caddie CaddieBrowning CaddieBrowning CaddieBrowning
Browning his brotherinlaw C CFrank CFrank
Frank Carr and other witnesses witnessesProperty witnessesProperty witnessesProperty
Property Distributed DistributedUnder Distributed1nder DistributedUnder
Under the terms of the will all the thepersona tbePEriODat theperssnat
persona PEriODat estate excepting that other otherwise othorl otherwise ¬
wise l e bequeathed beq eathed and consisting of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the household heo furniture watchesjewellT watchesJewelry watches watchesJewelry
Jewelry paintings and clothing clothingleft I Ileft Is Isleft
left ot the th sister Miss s Caddie Brewn Brewningr BrewnIn Browntug
tug ingrAH In
AH th silverware ailverT re a gold searfpln searfplngold lICrplBa
a gold signet ring ria a pearl watch watchcharm watcltcharm watchcharm
charm and all of Brownings Interest Interestin Int interestsin rest restIn
in the National tIODQ1 Trencher Company Companyare y yare
are bequeathed to Mrs Edtk Etk E < yth M Rich Richarde RlchardMD Richardeon
arde ardMD ardMDThe ardeonThe B BThe
The will directs the executors to tos tosell >
sell s ll his iRtrests ts in the grocery sotre setreat sotreat sotreat
at itS Pent sylvan la avenue northwest northwestand
and apply he e proceeds to his debts debtsand debtsaM debtsand
and divide the t amount remaining be betweea 80tweea between
tweea Miss addle 4Ile Browning and Mrs MrsRichardson MnLRtehardlOlL MrsRichardson <
Richardson RichardsonHis RtehardlOlLHis
His interest t in the estate of his late latefather Jatetather lateLather
father Horatio Browning is left to tohis tohis tohis
his sister Mrs C Frank Carr of ofHyattsvHle ofHytt8vHlc ofHyattavilie
HyattsvHle M4 XiAutopsy bIdAutopsy S SAutopsy
Autopsy Perfonnep PerfonnepAttorney PerformeAtiorne
Attorney Calvert stated today that thathe thatDe thathe II
he was unable to estimate e the value valueof vahleof valueof
of th the estate estateI estateDr estateDr
I Dr > r Charles White Deputy Coroner
of the geocraptiy se of the house though thoughshe t uJihS thoughshe
she S e had not b been a in it for years ve rs She Sheknew Sbeknew Sheknew
knew that the entrance to the cellars cellarswas collarswas cellarSwas
was the door to a flteht of steps leading
down directly beneath the great stair staircase 5tairstrely staircase ¬
case Surely enough she found that thatdoor thatdoor thatdoor
door and found it open openAnd openAnd openAnd
And there she hesitated he ttateci < staring use ¬
leanly le down Into the blank night below belowand belowIt
It was black as a pocket down there thereand thereand
and the first step might ml ht precipitate her herinto herJnto herInto
into the arms ot Horror Horroror or of Willing Wilttngwhich Willingwhich nng nngwhich
which was almost as awful to contem contemjriate contemplate contemplate
jriateBut plate plateBut plateBut
But she nerved herself against sur surprise mnprlee surpricesince ¬
prise prlee pricesince Iace since she had to togatnered gauiered her nerskirts berskirts herskirts
skirts about her so that they might not notbrash notbru notbrush
brash and make a noise upon the rough roughhewn roughhewn roughhewn
hewn steps eP8 and stealthily descended descendedone
one step at a time a louder rumble ru mble of ofvoices orvoices ofvoices
voices luring her herThe herThe
The hand that she brushed against the thewall thewall thewait
wall passed from plastering to masonry masonrythe masonrythe masonrythe
the rough bosses of a stone wall held heldtogether heldtogether heldtogether
together with cement running beneath beneathher beneathher beneathher
her fingers And presently th the foot that thatsearched that8eflrcbM thatsearched
searched for another step ste fen upon uponpacked uponpacke uponpacked
packed earth She had reached the bot bottom bottom hottorn ¬
tom She Slt stopped listening listeningDarkness listeningDarxness listeningDarleness
Darkness and the chinkchink of met metaL metaL metaL
aL What could this portend She was wasin wasIn wasin
in a orrldora corridor a wooden partition run running running running ¬
ning by the stair side opposite the stone stonewan stonewall stonewall
wall Its termination snrouded < In atygian tb1anIoom tygia5gloom i igloom
gloom Ioom She moved down this quivering quiveringfor
for the place had a ghastly flavor ofi ofii ofborron
i horroc and death n n the mind an effect effectheightened etrecthelgntened effectheightened
heightened by its supulchral odor of ofdamp ofdamp
damp stonework and earth and reached reachedthe reachedthe reachedthe I
the crosscorridor Still I no light met her herey6S hereyes nereyes
eyes eyesShe eyesShe
She would have to > trust to bor ears to tolead to1ead tolead
lead her In the right dilution dlI tion The Thei ThesoUlds Thesounds
i sounds were clearer now r unmistakable unmistakablein
in their nature At a venture sho sh turned turnedto I
to the right progressing at a snails snailspace snailspace
pace until again she encountered a but buti buttress buttress I
i tress of masonry which swerved her to tothe tothe tothe
the right and guided her to a low lowarched lowarched
arched door one of a series if memory memoryserved memoryserved I
S served her well set in the houses foun t fuundation un undation
1 dation walls giving access ac ss to its sac succession saccession ¬
cession of vaults vaultsStanding vaultsStaDdIDl vaultsStanding
Standing beneath it its rocky crown she shelooked shelooked sheloolced
looked down a short avanue a nue of darkness darknessending darlrnesending S I
ending In a smaller arch through which whicha I Ifaint
a faint glow of light was diffused At Atlast Atlast
last I
lastMore More tore hastily no noa v since sin how she knew knewher knewher knewher
her way ana au more cautiously holding holdingskirts h holdingskirts tdlng tdlngskirts
skirts high bl h above slim ankles jealous of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the least sound und she glided glIdeddow Uded down own the thelane thelane I IJane
lane Of arches until she found herself herselfin
in the vault adjoining that which held heldthe heldthe I Ithe
the light There Thf > re shepaused she paused Inching Inchingcarefully Inchingcarefully 1
carefully across the floor floorWilHngs floorWillings I
WilHngs i1Ilngs voice 0Hi not Cadogans and an anothers anethers ¬
others most certainly not Creaghs CreaghsHope i
Hope died In her bosom Granted that thatthis I
this was no more than she had feared fearedelse
else else she had not borne herself with withsuch withsuch I
such excess of caution cautionstill still she had
honed for another thing I I
She peered around a corner corn er of the thearch thearch
arch at a strange sight sightThe sightThe sightThe I
The vault was not large largeperhaps largeperhapstwelve perhaps perhapstwelve
twelve by fourteen fc Icut t from wall to towall towall
wall Despite the steady flame of the
lantern shadows lurked in the corners cornersand corn cornersnd ers ersnd
and nd behind the heavy beams supoortinj supoortinjthe supDOrtinthe
the floor above trom rom which wbi h purest eat dnsty dnstycobwebs dlstvcobwebs distvcobwebs
cobwebs hung hun swaying like icrtiily my Ion Iongraybeards IongraYbeards longiavbeards
graybeards The stone walls were gre green greenwith pn n nwitn I
With slime and blue with mold exudinsr exudinsrdrops exudi oxudinedrops =
drops of moisture that glistened bll tene like likegems likeams likegems
gems ams in the light lightIn lightIn lightIn
In the far corner by what rneau mea she shecould shecould shecould I
could not understand a section t tion of stone stonework StOT1CWork stonework ¬
work as high and an as broad as a at a ordi
by an autopsy this afternoon deter determined determinpd determinpd ¬
minpd the cause of the death of Charles CharlesThomas CbarlesThomas CarlesThomas
Thomas Browning BrownlnhIn j
In conjunction with the Coroners In Investigation investJgation Investigation ¬
vestigation Inspector Boardman D today todayassigned todayasslJDed todayassigned
assigned Detective Jake Herman to the thecase tbecase thecane
case and Health Officer Woodward de declared declared dedared ¬
clared his intention of inquiring on onbehalf onbehalf onbehalf
behalf of his own department into the thecircumstances thecircumstances thecircumstances
circumstances which led Dr HerOD to toissue toJssue toissue
issue the pneumonia certificate certificateDr cerUfteatDr
Dr White was at noon ordered to per perform peTform perform ¬
form the autopsy Preparations were weremade wer wermade weremade
made and the investigation carried carriedon
on at Congressional Congre lonal Cemetery Dr DrNevitt DrNevitt DrNevitt
Nevitt received afall report at the com completion completion cornplotlon ¬
pletion of Dr Whites work workThe workThe workThe
The case cas L l4 < an unusual un sual one in the an annals anJlB1s annals ¬
nals of Waphlnston Browning who lived livedat Jivedat livedat
at 1 14 Gerard treet t t died September SeptemberUS
US A few minus mlnut s before th the time of ofMs IJlJ athis
Ms funeral on Tuesday aJ afternoon Dr Drevitt Drevitt Drevitt
evitt received word ent that Browning Browningb BrownlnhfId Browninghod
b hfId d been b t found unconectous UDeOfttlC September lteM
16 from the effects of Illuminating Diu DiuDr illuminatingDr gas gasDr
Dr Kevltt eyitt allowed the funeral to pro proceed proceed proceed ¬
ceed but on condition Itlon that tb the body be beplaced beplaced beplaced
placed In a vault vaultMrs vaultBAD vaultBAD
BAD CHECKS BRING BRINGWOMAN BRINGOMAN
WOMAN OMAN INTO COURT COURTMrs
Mrs Kelly Fined for Obtain1 Obtain1ing Obtain Obtaining Obtaining
ing Money on on False FalsePretenses FalsePretenses FalsePretenses
Pretenses PretensesMrs
Mrs Marian H RelIT arrested red on onseven ORseven onseven
seven charges of obtaining money ey en n
false ra pretenses was arraigned a in the po
lice Court before Judge < e MwNownq today todayand tG4ayaoo todayand
and pleaded guilty on all three counts countsThe countsThe countsThe
The information showed that she had badobtained hadpbtaJned hadpbtained
obtained different sums of money from fromvarious fromTariOUS fromvarious
various persons through t rough the medium of ofworthless btworthless efworthless
worthless checks the total amount being
115 115In ll US USIn
In addition to this she had bought a apiano
piano valued at ri 2 Ki on the instalment instalmentplan lD taJmentplan Instalmentplan
plan and had sold it after making a a few fewpayments tswpaInents fewpayments
payments paymentsOn
On the t e recommendation of Assistant
District Attorney Ralph Given TD Mrs
Kelly was sentenced sente CQ to pay 3M 1 with a
default of fifteen days in each e C of the theworthless tft tftonhlese thtworthless
worthless check cases and sentence se was wassuspended wassuspended wassuspended
suspended on the charge chr of selling lIng the thepiano tJaoo tJaolABORER thepiano
piano pianoJohn pianoLABORER o
lABORER IS HELD HELDON HELDfiN
ON SERIOUS CHARGE CHARGEJohn
John W Dore Accused Qf ofAttacking QfAttacking QfAttacking
Attacking Employers EmployersChild EmployersChild EmployersChild
Child ChildROCXVILi ChildROCXVILLX ChildROCXVILLg
ROCXVILi ROCXVILLX Md Sept j jDove 2JeIut w wDoye WDove
Dove thirty years old a white laborer laboreron
on the Cedar Grave Creamery Com Companys C Cpan Coonponys ¬
panys pan s fans was placed nced to the Rock Koekvflie RoekvJHe Rockyule
yule Jail aIi today on a charge fJC r attack attacking attlldtiDg attacktag ¬
tag Miss Agnes Frtzsell the aixteea aixteeayearoW Jllxteeaerold xteenyearold
yearoW erold daughter 0 Lewis C FrtzaeH FrtzaeHor Frlz3eIIproprietor FrIzseIlproprietor
proprietor or of the creamery
The alleged attack took place short shortroom
I ly after 1 oclock this morning Ja the tlHroom theroom
room of Miss J Fnzell Fnzelltog who WU WUml deep
tog by herself in the room roomThe lQODLTJte roomThe
The family was awakened by scream screamand KI sssns sssnsand H HDel
and when they reached the young worn womans WUIDan wornans ¬
ans an room she s e said she had been awak awakened awske awakeHeti ¬
ened e ed by Dove The Th Intruder had E ted EcaDed eca
caDed ca > ed and Dove was found apparently apparentlyeep ppren y yasl
asl asleep eep Ep in hIs own room tat another part partof pattoC partof
of the house houseDove
Dove was taken to Rodnrttle by Sheriff SheriffWintam SheriffWlmain
Wintam WI E VieU and ass hi awwitt awaiting p the therecovery theJ4C9Very therecovery
recovery of Mtes Ehe Frtsseli who is suf suffering suftoeing ¬
toeing a mental shock to be o given a
hearing heal1
nary n door had been swwgmit s MIt from the thewall thewall thewail
wall evidently ekIentl on heavy concealed concealedhinges CODC1edhinges COIICeaIeIIhinges
hinges Behind this had been a perIl partition perIllion ¬
tion of heavy e4Yy planting plarttnghsd d bad been be because he hecaUEe because ¬
cause now it existed only in spinsters spinstersand spUlttersand splintersand
and kindling wood Some one bad badwielded badwielded badwielded
wielded an axe upon it with great suc success success saccase ¬
cess cessBeyond cessBeyond caseBeyond
Beyond the ragged rng ed hole thus made madewas madW1LSdarkness ma4nwas
was W1LSdarkness darkness but it was with no strain strainon strainon strainon
on her imagination that the girl pre presumed JKosuned peesumed ¬
sumed the existence of a room con constructed eonstructed constructed ¬
structed outside the U fouDdt1oDs foundations with withthis withthis withthis
this secret entrance entranceWilling entranceUUng entranceWilling
Willing UUng was not visible vlsl le buthis 1tut 1s voice voiceissued voiceIssued voiceIssued
issued from the newly made opening ppeningbefore openingbefore penln penlnbefore
before which squatted the assistant assistantkeepers donistantkeepers seistntkeepers
keepers confident ally all and auditor auditoran
an uncouth and repulsive shape so somonstrously somonstrously somonstrously
monstrously formed that it was witth wittha
a shudder that the girl looked upon uponhim uponhim uponhim
him himA
A negro not more tthan ttha four feet in inheight Inbelght Inheight
height and painfully emaciated he hewore hewore hewore
wore the rags of a skirt and Bd trousers trousersthe trou trousersthe < It Itthel
the former sleeveless sle eless and open at t the thethroat thethroat thethroat
throat disclosing a narrow hairs haJrychest baJoch hairschest
chest ch st the latter belted with a bit of ofrope ofrope ofroperound
rope roperound round his waist a st and ending endln in intatters Intatters Intatters
tatters a little below the knees both bothliterally both1Itera1ly bothliterally
literally and liberally caked with dirt dirtand dirtand dirtand
and filth Suggesting Sug stlng a monkeys monkeyshis
his arms were disproportionately disproportionatelylong
long thin and an sinewy ending in hands handsas
as large as two of an ordinary mans mansand mansand mansand
and his feet were equally out of pro proportion proportion ¬
portion portionHis portionHis portionHis
His head sunk lew upon his chest chestas chestas
as If his neck were too weak to sup support support support ¬
port It or unnaturally short was gro grotesque grotesque grotesque ¬
tesque as a a gargoyles hideous as a ademons ademons ademons
demons half again as large as It Itshould It300uld Itshould
should have been Its ts forehead was wasconspicuously wasconslcuously wasconspicuously
conspicuously missing like its chin chinA chinA chinA
A heavy growth of coarse co rse matted wool woolbegan woolbegan woolbegan
began at t his thick brows and covered coveredthe coveredthe coweredthe
the top of a head that retreated retreatedsharply retreatedsharply retreatedsharply
sharply to a a conical dome domeBelow dt domeBelow > me meBeJow
Below the thick lips there was nothing
but flaccid flesh apparently app tramodeled tramodeledby
by any Jawbone The nose was a de depression depression dopression ¬
pression rather than a ridge its nostrils nostrilsalmost nostrilsalmost nostrilsalmost
almost as s large as the protruding roll rolling roUing rolllag ¬
ing gleaming eyeballs above The ears earswere eaTSwere earnwere
were strangely small pointed in vulpine vulpinefashion vulpinefashion vulpinefashion
fashion and set close to the head he d An Anexpression Anexpression Anexpression
expression of complete idiocy Idloeya a fatuous fatuousimbecile ratuousimbecile fatuousimbecile
imbecile smile smileplayed played across tWese un uncanny uncanny tincanny ¬
canny features varied now and again againby againby againby
by a glitter of cunning or g of ferocity f fty in inthe Inthe inthe
the unresting eyes eyesThe eesrhe eyesThe
The thing mouthed and gibbered gibb red soft softly 9Oft1y sortly ¬
ly to itself as it squatted on its heels heelsone hee1sIe heelsone
one < Ie hand holding the lantern aloft I Ithrow te tethrow
throw light within the treasure chamber chamberfor chamberfor bamberfor
for she could not doubt that Wiln Wilnhad WJJnbad WIInbad
bad at last discovered that the ti other otherfumbling ti tifumbling
fumbling with a great heap of gold goldcoins JldpOO JldpOOcoins geldecoins
coins of an uncommcn ruddy hue hne which whichhad whichhad whichhad
had evidently been een dumped out of the thebags thebags
bags of rotting canvas that lay y beside besidethem besidetilem besidethem
them themAnd themAnd
tilemd And d this was the th ghost host of the thehaunted thehaunted thehaunted
haunted house The girl could under understandthat uooerstand understandthat ¬
standthat stand that much but there was room roomleft roomleft roomleft
left for boundless wondering How had hadthe hadthe badthe
the thing come there How long had it itInhabited 1tInhabited ItInhabited
Inhabited the island How had Willing Willingearned WliIlngcarned WinIngearned
earned its confidence confidenceWhile confidencehlle confidenceVh1le
While hlle she speculated astonishment for forthe torthe forthe
the time driving from her mind the ur urgency urgency urgency ¬
gency of her errand Wining hlmwir himeoifcame hlmwircame r rcame
came out of the secret vault a soi SOtlf sonesidisheveled e ff ffdisheveled t tdisheveled
disheveled and tollmarked man very verydifferent ve vedifferent vorsdifferent
different from the Willing who had hadborne hadborn hadborne
borne himseu with such selfwfr selfwfrhomility se1rrrhumility selfetlhumility
humility and apparent candor about the thelighthouse tbe1ighthonse thelighthouse
lighthouse for so O many months A lit little 1fttIc littie ¬
tIc boisterous a little excited and oar
CHRISTYS MAY LIVE LIVETOGETHER I ITQGETHERINGOTHAM
UpERIIGOHIIi UpERIIGOHIIiArtist TOGETHER IN GOTHAM GOTHAMArtist
Artist AJti t andWife andVife Near Agree Agreement Agreement Agreement ¬
ment to Divide theYear the theYear theYear
Year YearZANKSVTLLE YearzuESVILLE YearZANSVILLE
ZANKSVTLLE Ohio Sept 22 21MOeall TII8 TII8eo11 Thai Thaicall
call of New York Is ringing in the thepink tilepbtk thepink
pink ears of Mrs M May Iayhdl1e fettle Christy ChristyThe GltristyTbe ChristyThe
The lure offashionable of fasblone1 1o life lifehe lifehetay the thegay thegay
gay attraction of luncheons dinners dinnersthe dlnRersUte dinnersthe
the theaters supperpartles supper parties draw her herto herto leerto
to the metropolis while tugging at aiher ather ather
her heartstrings h are the gentle per persuasive porauastve persuasFve ¬
suasive almost irresistible hands of ofher orber ofbee
her charming little daughter Nathalie NathalieI
1 I am a Southern woman woman said saidMrs saidMns saidMrs
Mrs Christy with halfhearted ba1Jleartoo ag aggressiveness afsre aggreasivenese ¬
gressiveness sre slvencs ur T I am the daughter of ofan orR ofan
an R army officer oC cerp and accustomed ae more moreor moreor
or less to a life of excitement and andentertainment andenfortalnmont andentertainment I
entertainment Theres ranch of It ItH Ita
H Broadway BroadwayHoward BroadwayH1ward BroadwayHoward
Howard Chandler Christy my myhusband myhlJ myhusband I
husband hlJ and used to like such a life at attimes attimOR attimes
times It is to be decided d l ad now wheth whether ¬
er we can recli ro dt an agreement WillIte Willhe Will Willhe
he live part of the t eo year in New York YorkIf YorkIt YorkIf
If he will she added smilingly I Ithink Ithink Ithink
think we can agree Come here hereNathalie hereNatJtaIIe hereNathalle
Nathalie NathalieThe NatJtaIIeTile NathalleThe
The girl ran to 3 Jim er mother and andembraced aadembraced andembraced
embraced her with ingenuous affec affection afeotIon nifeetion ¬
tion311s tion
tionMrs
Mrs 113 Christy is at the home of her herhusbands herhvsbands herhusbands
husbands parents at Cancan Falls Fallsnear Fallsnear Fallsnear
near here Her M6ad who draws drawsfine drawsABe drawsfine
fine pictures of women and men en engaged entbOO engaged ¬
gaged in athletic and social diversions diversionsis
is at his bungalow near the Fails With Withhim Withhim Withhim
him is Nathalie given to him by by the thecourt tilecourt thecourt
court when it granted a separation to toMrs 10Mn toMrs
Mrs Christy Chrl y last winter but gave gave to tothe tothe tothe
the mother the right to visit her herWeil lIerWeil herWel
Weil we live part of the time i F New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York said Mrs Irs Christy later How Howard Howard Howard ¬
ard and I are thoroughly in accord In Ineed ¬
deed eed we were in accord all the time I
but for one or two slight misunder misunderstandings misunderstandings ¬
standings the result of busybodies Werespeet Werespect We Werespect
respect each other more than ever if
that t were possible because each of of ofstuck us usstuck usstuck
stuck up for our principles with the
blowing away of the clouds everythIng
has been arranged with the exception exceptionof
of whether or not n t we shall reside for forpart fortree forpart
= part of the tree year rear in New ew York or preci precious precloe1 prod prodeon ¬
eon near it itNoel itNoel
Noel oe1 Talbot who was and Is Chris ¬
tys model for the fashionable We athlete athletetestified athletete athletetestified
testified te U cI strongly la the arttej favor
in the suit sultfot for separation TaIbot Talbotsays TaIbotsays Taibotsays
says saysIt
It l is a simple matter that I think thinkwill thinkwlIJ thinkwill
will be solved Mr Christy is con convinced conwinced ¬
winced that he can do his best work workas workas workas
as aa artist away from the excitement excitementa excitementand
a lid d attractions and fascinations of ofew
Nw ew York He te also convinced as asa a6A asa
a result of his experience exprie since the
trial that the place for the working
8t t of his ambitions is Duncan Falls
Ie If he can agree to spend part or
the year in New York and the re remainder re remahtder remainder ¬
mainder at Duncan Falls then the thecouple theeoupJ thecouple
couple e will wilIbe be reconciled reconciledERVA reconciledERVA eo eoERV
ERVA A BURKE B KE DIES DIESAT DIESAT DIESAT
AT VIRGINIA HOME HOMEWellkno HOMEWenK HOMEWelIKon
Wellkno WelIKon o m WarrentoI1 arrentown Girl Is IsVictim IsVictim I IVictim
Victim of Tuberculosis TuberculosisWARRENTOX TuberculosisWARRENTON TuberculosisWABRENTON
WARRENTOX Va Vp Sep 2 2itErva 2itErvaBvrke Erva ErvaBwke ErvaBurke
Burke aged fourteen the youngest youngestdaughter yenge yengedaughter ngest ngestugbter
daughter ugbter of Mr and Mrs Woody Burke Bwkedied B Burkedied ke keed
died ed at their home bare test sight after atterAD afteran
AD 1 illness KS or C several severe months of tuber ¬
culosis u The young you woraaa Is survive
hyher by her parents sister MId brother bcuti bcutitake
T1te funeral wDl take piece from the
JIethodlst Church
ried out of hfaasolf gay and rendered
I reckless with the fumes of treasure he
staggered out into the light bt arms full
of golden elden vessels veseelscups cups plates ewers
bowls salt cellars and a score ore of others otherswhich oth otherswhich ers
which the girl had no time to recognize recognizeall
all of heavy dull shining gold goldFlinging goldFJIlltln goldFlinging
Flinging these th in a clattering heip on
the floor the man laughed thickly
Thats That s right rl ht BBlyboy he h told the thenepro t11enero thenegro
nero at t his feet Thats right ri Doub Doe ¬
loons and x pieces > of f eight eI bt Knife dors and andwo4does and1noldores andinodoes
wo4does and a dozen other kinds that
T dont know the names n of more moreraoneyn moremoneyn storemoneyn
moneyn you ever touched before in inyour InOur inyour
your Our life Billyboy and moren youll voullever youllever youllever
ever touch again Play Pia with it while whfleyouve w1tReyouv whileyoure
youve scot ot a chance c boy boyplay play with it itand itsnd Itand
and be hanoy happybe be as happy h JJY as I am amHeaven amHeaven amWeavenIn
Heaven WeavenIn in derision n balancing b laDcln him hiaiMPS himself
self elt 1IDSteaqilY aDd IkJd lickicg his thin thIn hart banilIM1ha hartltpsa
MPS lIM1ha a kings ransom and its been beenwaiting beenwa1ti beenwaiting
waiting wa1ti here in th the dark for God knows knowshow knewsbo knowsbow
how bo k long wr for me And those fools ap apstairs npSlJllrs upstairs
stairs thought tbou ht theyd do < HIC out of it itFrTOls itFoI5 ItFeels
Feels TJe > spat sUat reoeatlne the ts epithet epithetwith epithetwith
with relish rel Fools To think that thatthey thatthey thatthey
they rowW stand In the light of honest
Ben Willing WillingThe WiflingThe nlinS nlinSThe
The recollection of hisvaptives hisaptl seemed seemedto scem scemto
to sober him a shade his brow dark darkj darkened darkened
j ened and he thought it over stroking strokin strokinhis
his square chin nervously with his hisstrong hisstronJ hisstrong
strong blunted < fingers while the negro negrolowered negrolowered
lowered the lantern and continued to tosquat tosquat tosquat
squat at his feet chuckling and lifting liftinggreat liftinggre1t liftinggrett
great handfuls of t t the > e ancient coins coinswhich coinswlrlch coinswhich
which he permitted to trickle between betweenhis bet betweenhis een eenhis
his thin black flngors fln rs tc faD a glitter glittering glittertug Utte1 Utte1In ¬
tug In cascade with dull musical clashing clashingupon clashln clashlnupon dashingupon
upon the original heap heapHere heapHere heapHere
Here this wont do Reflection Re ectlon had hadevidently hadevidently
evidently brought sage counsel to hadl the tbebn thebrain I Ibrain
brain n befuddled with triumph and andriches andriches andriches
riches If I keep on playing here I Iwont Iwont Iwont
wont make the clean getaway I ought oughtto oughtto
to Itd be a shame to let anybody else elseshare elseshare elseshare
share this when Pvc found it all by my mylonely m mlonely mylonely
lonely No sir Get it down to the boat boatis boatIs boatis
is best and by b sun up itll be goodby
to Plunder Island IslandHe IslandHe
L
He was evidently too thoroughly thorou thorougl hy elat elated elated datof ¬
ed to keep quiet He continued to com commune commune corninune ¬
mune with himself now with Itb tumor tumornow Itumornow urnor urnornow
now with thoughtfulness while be turn turned turned turnml ¬
ed back into the secret vault fumbled fumbledabout fumbledabout fumbledabout
about and reappeared with a tarred tarredcanvas tarredcanvas tarredcanvas
canvas bag which presumably on ac account account account ¬
count of its prepared surface had better betterwithstood betterwithstood
withstood the ravages of time than thanthose thantOe thanthose
those in which the coin had been packed packedHere packedHere packedHere r
Here Billy stove that trunk Into Intothis Intothis
this Willing tossed the bag on the thenegros thenegros I
negros knees Get a move on you be1 be1cause be becaUe because I
cause caUe Dyou hear me For the thenegro thenegro thenegro
negro had made no move mo e to obey but butcontinued butcontinued I Icoutlnued
continued to play Iay with lth the gold I rSQWI1Um IsoyWIllInr I Isay
say SQWI1Um WilUns bent and gripped the themans f fmans Imans
mans shoulder with his hand handr T say Eay1 Eay1p saypack I Ipack
pack p that In this thisHe i iHe f
He pointed to make his meaning clear clearand clearand clearand
and got for answer answera a snarl and a scowL scowLThe scowLThe scowLThe
The brute had Its childish side The Thechild ThPchild TheChild
child was pleased with the glitter and andtinkle andtinkle andtinkle
tinkle of the coin and did not wish to tobe tobe
be disturbed Without further ado Will WillIng Willbig ViUIng I
Ing promptly cuffed the negro on the toeside theside theside
side of the head so soundly that he heknocked hekDoeked heknocked
knocked him over overWWI overWill
WWI 111 you do as I say you black blackderil blackderil blackdevil
deril derilThe derilThe devilThe
The Continuation of This Story Will Willlie Willlie VIIIIc
lie Found in Tomorrows Tomorrow5Issue TomorrowsIssue a ahane
Issue of The Time Thnca
INSURANCE LAWS LAWSSAID LASSAID
SAID TO BE LACKING LACKINGDaniel
Daniel I Curry Recommends RecommendsChange RecommendsChange RecommendsChange
Change In Statutes Gov Governing Governi Governing ¬
erning erni g District DistrictDeclaring DIstrictDeclrtag DistrictDeclaring
Declaring Insurance nmee laws of the theDistrict theDI8trtct theDIstrict
District are inadequate J and in man mancases mancaee ynancases
cases ambiguous aWguetlfi 8 Daniel Curry act acting actlag acttag ¬
lag superintendent of insurance l urACe ret recommends retomme roeommends ¬
ommends omme d immediate remedial legis legislation leg Iegaladen 2 2JatMn ¬
laden in hi JaItI annual report oubenittett vbmlttei vbmltteito bmitte i it
to t the Commissioners C lBllris lers today to todaySome tedftySome J JSotne
Some of r the most t essential require requirements roequlremeats requiremeats ¬
meats in I the organization and opera operation operation operalion ¬
tion of Insttranee companies e are un unprovided unprovtded urprovided ¬
provided for says sa the report rep irt et rohe rohelaw Thelaw The Thelaw
law as it stand st1IR 8 does not t provide providefor pro d dfot
for a maximum axi or minimum blt capitai capitastock capitaistock capitaistock
stock for insurance companies with withthe wit withthe h htile
the single exception of fire insurance insurancecompanies bulurancecompaJriea Insurancecompanich
companies compaJriea and JHI there is no law defin definitely definItel defluitely ¬
itely Itel prescribing Itre what the reserve reserveliability resene1ablUty reserveliability
liability of any aD insurance l suraaee company companyshall eompanpskan companshall
shall be Thor arc conditions that thatprobably thatproltalely t tpre1
probably pre1 1y do nt exist exl t in 1 any thee Juris Jurisdiction juridlcUon jurisdiction ¬
diction in the country c where attem attembas attemtphas attemtp attemtphas
has boe jtmae DJBa to provide for an in insurance insuranee inseiranee ¬
surance code codeLaw eodeLaw codeLaw
Law Unsatisfactory UnsatisfactoryThe
The law 1 regulating llg assessment a com companies ernpaules m mpanies ¬
panies fe UD unsatisfactory lLti taetory and has caured cauredlitigation ca caJltJatlon cauredlitigation
litigation between the department dep rtatent and andsome andsome andseine
some of the theompanIes contpaafes transacting tha thatkind thakind thakited
kind of business in consequence COII consequencewhich eqaence of ofwhich r rwhlck
which a number of companies are do doing foinb dojag < ¬
jag business without licenses pending pendingfinal peod pendmgfinal g gfinal
final adjudication of a suit in equity equityIn equttIn
In view of the situation I would re respectfully e espect o ospectfully ¬
spect spectfully ully recommend that Sections A titand Aand t tand
and tiR of the code be amended so si sito 1oto s sto
to cover these th e defects I make this thisrecommendation thisreeommendtlon thisrecommendation
recommendation mindful J1 of the fact factthat factthat factthat
that the Senate has appointed appoi ted a com committee committee cornnrittee ¬
mittee to prepare a code of insurance insurancelaws IDeuranCla Inouranelaws
laws la ws covering coverl g the entire subject of in insurance Insurance insurance ¬
surance la the District of Columbia ColumbiaThese ColumbiaTbese ColumbiaThese
These amendments are urgently needed neededto
to cover an extreme emergency and a abill abill abill
bill should be presented to Congress C f8S as asearly asearly asearly
early as possible possibleCompanies IbIeCompanies possibleCompanies
Companies Favored FavoredAttention FavoredAtteatlon FavoredAttention
Attention is directed to thirteen thirteenlocal tblrteenlocal thirteenlocal
local industrial assessment aseocla associations aseocladons aseoclations ¬
tions which the report says are not notcomplying notcomplYing notcomplying
complying with the provision of the thecode thecode thecode
code as construed by the insurance insurancedepartment IBsuranccdep Insurancedepartment
department dep rtmeDt They are allowed how however however however ¬
ever to continue business pending a annal afinal afinal
final decree by the Supreme Court of ofthe ortbe ofthe
the District of Columbia ColombiaThe ColumbiaThe ColumbiaThe
The work of the insurance depart department department departmeat ¬
ment for the fiscal year ending July July3f Julyis
99 is outlined as follows followsPrior followsPrier followsPrier
Prier to o the organization of this thisdepartment thisdepartment thisdepartment
department on January 1 L IMS there therewas therfwas therewas
was practically no supervision of in insurance Inaurance Insurance ¬
surance or insurance companies in tb tbDistrict the thfDl theDIstrict <
District The wisdom of establishing establishingthe ishing ishingthe
the department has been fullY demon demonstrated iemonBtratM demonatrated
strated Besides giving better protec protection plotCtloR protectloei ¬
tion to Insurants our revenues have havebeen haebeen bgtebeen
been greatly increased increasedDuring lnereueeDurtDg IncreasedDuring
During the year r JSM Jro1 there was eel collected coJladed eellected ¬
lected for license fees and taxes il ilI 5t O >
456 05 I S while in 1 1M9 the th amount aJ re received receied received ¬
ceived was SIC32J3S SI which is an in increase i1crease iScrease ¬
crease or IiI per cent over the amount amountroeeived amountNCeivod amountreceived
received ia IS ISDistricts lffl lfflDistricts L
LDistricts
Districts Business BusinessSome BusinessSome BusinessSome
Some idea of the aaagaitwie e of the theinsurance theHtsura theInsurance
insurance ee boniness in the District may maybe mayhe maybe
be had when it fe known that the theamount theamowtt theamount
amount paid here JI re foe insurance pre premiums preD peemiums ¬
miums D daring 3909 l was 12Ji9lt0 ro more morethan moretbaa morethan
than the tk entice amount paid for real realestate rele realestate
estate e and personal rsoaal taxes during the thefiscal the1IscaI thefiscal
fiscal year ended June 9 1S JOOI O The Theamount TheamooRt Theamount
amount paM for taxes ta es was Si6S31439 Si6S31439and iS3I4I9and tJ9 tJ9lid
and the amout assets t p pvtid Jd for Insurance Insurancepremiums Jnrancepremlu Insuranceprexnluuon
premiums premlu lS was ilsCi4st W19i4S nearly Dellyper S2 S2per Sper
per cent of which went to foreign cor corporations coras or orponLtiODs ¬
porations porationsThere ponLtiODsT1tere as asThere
There was paid in premiums 1JlDS in ti tiDistrict 1u 1uDletrict theDIstrict <
District of Columbia for insurance of ofall orall o oall
all kinds during 1IfD 89 U9iS74 l ue 9 Loss Losspakl Lossespaid Losses Lossespaid
paid in the District by alt companies nies and andassociations andA anuasnoelotious
associations A tIoft amounted to i S 99 iK K Theamount TtI TtIamount The flieamount
amount of insurance written during the theTear thor theyear >
Tear r exclusive of casualty was wasAssets wasAssets
157 157UAssets
Assets of all insurance cotnpanfci cotnpanfcitransacting ICKDpan ICKDpantransacti eoenpanietransacting
transacting transacti business busi in the District of ofColombia ofCOlUAtbia ofColumbia
Colombia on December 31 1SO lOO1t amoun amounted amouneel amounof ¬
ed to VK9Ki62 5OOl5 J = liabilities llubiH 3ie14 3ie14iSt S6f9T t t6S > i ieS7S2
6S eS7S2 surplus including capital 43 4P74l2l
74153290 74153290FORGERY 741 74l2lFORGERY 3W 3WFORGERY >
FORGERY SUSPECT SUSPECTWILL SUSPECTVILt SUSPECTWILLTAND
WILLTAND WILL STAND TRIAL TRIALBenjamin TRIALBenjamin TRIALBenjamin
Benjamin F Patterson Brought BroughtBack BroughtBack BroughtBack
Back to Washington to Answer Answerto
to Indictment IndictmentAn
An aged man with sparse gray hair hairsaid halrsaid hairsaId
said by the police to be Benjamin F FPatterson FPatt PPatterson
Patterson Patt rson z railroad and mining pro promoter promoter proinoter ¬
moter and worthless check operator operatorwas
was brought here today t 1ay to answer to
charge of passing p worthless paper paperfor paperfor paperfor
for 50 on ene of the large local de department department department ¬
partment stores storesThe storeThe storesThe
The man was arrested yesterday in inoYrlc InoYrk incYrk
oYrlc Pa The man is seventy years yearsold yearscld yearnold
old Thepolice TIle police last Monday Ienda issued issuedcirculars issuedcirculars issuedcirculars
circulars asking askln for his apprehension apprehensionTesterday apprehensionYesterday apprehensionlesterdsy
Yesterday Marshal Farnan of the
force notified < Captain CaptainBcardman CaptainBcardman CaptainBcardman
Bcardman that Patterson wfcs in inYork 111York inYork
York Pa Detective Cox was sent to toget toget toget
get him As A an indictment had been beenreturned beenreturned beenreturned
returned against Patterson l1 he was wassurrendered wassurrendered wassurrendered
surrendered to the United States StatesMarshal StateelIarshaL StatesMarshaL
Marshal MarshalIf lIarshaLIf MarshaLif
If hes hurt hurtapply
apply Continental Ointment O ntmentand and hell hsllsoon hellsoon hellsoon
soon be sound as ever The sure rem remedy remedy remedy ¬
edy for cuts bruises galls grease greaseheels greaseheels greaseheels
heels corns brittleness dryness drynesscracks dIynesscacks drynesscracks
cracks and all skin skinand and hoof troubles troublesThe troublesTbe frotibjesontinen1
ontinen1 ontinen1intnient
intnient intnientThe
The Marvelous Salve and Perfect
Poultice Good for People too tooOther tClOLarce tooLarge
Large box 2Sc
Other sizes 40c 75c 53 3 and an 55 SS0 SS0tsn1t 550 550Aal 0 0t
t Ask at any Drug Dru Harness or
General Store StoreContinental SloroContinental StoreContinental
Continental Specialty Co Dayton DaytonPc d 5
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