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16 THiii WASHINGTON TIMES TUESDAY OCTOBER 11 1910
PIGTURE GENSORSHIP GENSORSHIPIN CENSORSHIN
IN DISTRICT ASKED ASKEDNortheast ASKEDNortheast
Northeast Washington Citi Citizens Citizens Citizens ¬
zens Association Urges UrgesCloser UrgesCloser UrgesCloser
Closer Supervision SupervisionCRIME SupervisionCRIME SupervisionCRIME
CRIME DEPICTEDASSERTS DEPICTED DEPICTEDASSERTS DEPICTEDASSERTS
ASSERTS SPEAKER SPEAKEREffect SPEAKEREffect SPEAKEREffect
Effect on Children Declared Harm Harmful Harmful HarmV Harmful
V
ful Through Kind of Scenes ScenesPresented ScenesPresented ScenesPresented
Presented PresentedStricter PresentedStridor PresentedStrlctor
Stricter censorship of moving picture pictureshows pictu pictureshows e eshos
shows Is advocated by the Northeast NortheastWashington NortheastWaehlngton NortheastWashington
Washington Citizens AS5ocia Association AssociationFollowing lonFollowing lon lonFoUowlng
Following a debate on the character characterof
of these thC e exhibitions and their Influ Influences In Influences u unces ¬
ences nces on the minds of patron espe especially e8J6dally espodaily ¬
dally children resolutions were adopt adopted adopted adopted ¬
ed recommending closer supervision at ata atR ata
a meeting of the association as o laUon in North Northeast Nor Northeast h hea5t ¬
east Temple last night The subject was wasintroduced wasintroduced wasintroduced
introduced by F P Foster o ot the ex executive executhe executive ¬
ecutive committee committeeI
I have witnessed many of these theseshows Uaesashows theseshows
shows said Mr Foster Some are arecood areood aregood
good ood some are not so bad and some someare someare someare
are very bad In view of the fact that thata
a large per cent of the patrons are arechildren arechildren arechildren
children there should be in my opinion opiniona
a stricter censorship of the pictures picturesAnother picturesAnother picturesAnother
Another objection is that these the e thea theaters theeters theaters ¬
ters attract children from their homes homesat homesat homesat
at night I have seen the theaters theaterscrowded theaterscrowded theaterscrowded
crowded with little ones at W oclockand oclock oclockand oclockand
and that hour they should be home in inbed Inbtd inbed
bed bedSimilar
Similar views vl ws were expressed by S SSowerbutts SSowerbutts SSowerbutts
Sowerbutts secretary secr8 ry of the associa association a association soela soelatlon ¬
tion
Crime C me Is Depicted DepictedWhile DepictedYhlle DepictedWhile
While there can be no objection to tosome tosme tosome
some of the t shows many of the theplc theplctures pic pictures pic pictures ¬
tures depict scenes of murder assass assassination assassination assassination ¬
ination and intrigue which cannot cannotbut cannotbut cannotbut
but have a harmful influence on the theminds tbeminds theminds
minds of children said Mr Sower Sowerbutts Sowerbutts Sowerbutts
butts Crime is not the proper sub subject subject ¬
ject for the contemplation of Infant Infantminds Infantminds Infantminds
minds mindsThese mindsThe8e mindsThese
These pictures can be made the themeans themeans themeans
means for good and there should be in inWashington In88hlngton inWashington
Washington a stricter censorship of thischaracter this thischaracter thischaracter
character of entertainment I am not notopposed notopposed notopposed
opposed to the 5cent theaters as they theyprovldo theyproldA theyprovide
provide a resting place for tired women womenwho womenwho womenwho
who heve spent the th day in shopping and andare andare andare
are in need of n half hours rest and andrecreation andrecreation andrecreation
recreation But the character of the thefilms thefilms thefirma
films presented in many instances can canundoubtedly cantndoubtedly canundoubtedly
undoubtedly be improved improvedCloser ImproedCloser ImprovedCloser
Closer censorship was advocated also alsoby aso asob alsoby
by b W S Ransom RansomI
I am a frequent visitor sltor to the moving movingpicture molngpkture movingpicture
picture shows said Mr r Ramaon Ral 8On and andeome andeome andsame
eome of the pictures I have seen are arenothing arenothing arenothing
nothing less than degrading degradingOn
On the other hand I have spent spentmany spentmany spentmany
many profitable half hours in these theseplaces thosevlacet theselaces
places laces where the charactbr of the exhi exhibition exhlhltlon exhiItion ¬
bition Ition is above reproach A closer cen censorship censqrhip con cons ¬
sorship s rohip will not hurt the good shows showsand showsand howsand
and will put the bad ones out of that thatbusiness t1atbusines thatbusiness
business businessThe businessThe businesThe
The resolution was indorsed by b G H HAsohenbach HAsthenbach HAsehenbach
Asohenbach on the ground that it led ledchildren ledhildren ledchildren
children Into the habits of extrava extravagance edravapnc extravagance ¬
gance ganceI t tI
1 I have four children said SJr SJrAschenbach NrAschenbach jr jrand
Aschenbach and none of them havfr havfrever havtever vt vtycr
ever ycr seen the inside of one of these thesemoving th6l5emoving thesemoving
moving picture shows showsDr showsDr showsDr
Dr Walter Finds No Fault FaultOpposition FaultOpposition FaultOpposition
Opposition to the resolution was s expressed ex expressed exJre88td ¬
pressed by b Dr L D Walter who said saidthat sakithat saidthat
that he had visited the moving picture pictureshows pIctureJhw pictureshows
shows on many occasions and had never nevereen neyerJEn neverseen
seen een anything objectionable in any of ofthem ortht ofthem
them themResolutions tht themResolutions > m mRESOIltfons
Resolutions urging the appointment of otrntal ofdental j jdental
dental rntal surgeons for the public schools schoolswere achoolsw schoolswere
w were < re adopted Dr Starr Parsons was wasappointed wasappointed wasappointed
appointed a committee of one to bring brinethis bringthis bringthis
this subject to the attention of other othercitizens othercitizens othercitizens
citizens associations associationsOn
On motion of Dr Parsons the asso association a association so sociatfon ¬
ciation adopted a r rZ rNx Oluti4n > lutk n thanking
Representative Rf > pre entative William J Carey of ofisconsin oris oftl
tl isconsin is < onsln for his work on the House Houet Houseenmmfttee Housecommittee
committee t of the District of Columbia Columbiain Colum ia iaHI
ir in the interest intert t of northeast Washington WashingtonCriticism Vzu ington ingtoncrtticism
Criticism of the Engineer Department Departmentof
of the District was made by W J Frizzel Friz Frizzel
zel who declared that northeast northea t Washington Wash Washington VahIngton ¬
ington was not receiving its share of ofthe Orthe pfthe
the appropriations for improvements improvementsl
l ry resolution r olutJon the executive committee committeewas commltt committeewas e ewas
was directed to endeavor to have in included included ¬
cluded In the Commissioners estimates estimatesan
an Item for the Improvement I of the thet therfrts thestreets
streets t reels alleys and roadways In the thenortheast thenortheast
northeast north A8t section sectionThe sectionThe sectionThe
The following tollo1n officers were elected electedKyan electedI electedEvan I
Kyan I Evan an H Tucker president Dr L D DFODS Daltar
1 altar vice fee president Dr Starr ParSons Par ParIons
Ions second vice president S Sowerbutts Sower Sower1Utts
butts utts secretary W G Lane financialsecretary financial financialsecretary Ananclalocr
secretary ocr A H F F Holsten treasurer treasurerW treasurerG
W v G Frlzzel F p Foster W V A
Unton and W V S Branson executive executivecommittee eecuUveommitlee executivecommittee
committee committeeBOYS committeeBOYS ommitleeBOYS
BOYS ON AN ENGINE ENGINEHAVE ENGINEHA ENGINEHAVE
HAVE HA VE COLD RIDE RIDETrio R RIDETrio DE DETrio
Trio Nearly Frozen in Fast Trip of ofNinety ofNinety ofNinety
Ninety Miles on Cow Cowcatcher Cowcatcher Cowcatcher ¬
catcher catcherNEW catcherXEW catcherNEW
NEW YORK Oct 11 llGce Gee but that thatwas thtttwas thatwas
was the fastest fa test ride we over look jek Wo Wohad Wehad Vo Vohad
had to cling to the cowcatcher when whenwe v whenwe hen henW
we W > went around curve Besides Be l es the thewind thewind
wind was so cold we nearly froze frozeThat frozeThat roze
That was the way wa three boys who whostole whostol whostyle
stole stol a ride on the pilot of the engine enginerawlng
drawing the North Adams Express Expr es In Inimmed Inorder inrder
order + rder to get to New York to seek work workI workrammed
I rammed up their experience after traveling tra tradin trav traveling ¬
din eling nlnet ninety miles over the Harlem roAdt roadto roAd rondto
t to North White Plains on Sunda Sunday night nightfht nlghtThe nightTh
The Th fht I boys > os were ere Charles Child twelveThomas twelveThomas twelve twelveThomas
Thomas Funk fourteen and RobertMarsh RobertMarsh Robert RobertMarsh
Marsh sL sixteen teen all of Alban AlbanTht Albany
Th They > y were standing against the fencer fence fencerf
< rf r the oppo opposite lte side aid of the ala station lion atHIIJsdale atHilisdale at atHtllsdale
Htllsdale and as 8 the train came me to astandstill as4andst111 a astandstill
standstill they ran aon alongside ide of it toOlE tothe to tothe
the front of the engine wh whore > re they theyclimbed th y
climbed < lim limb < > d on the pilot and sat close ek > e to tn tnhJUprhead thehtlerhead the thehollerhead
hollerhead The train ran at a stxytLHmlleanhour slxtylivemileanhour slxty slxtytivemlleanhour
tivemlleanhour rate to North WhitePlains White WhitePlains hite hitePlaIns
Plains t terminal rmlnal a dt distance tance of nlnet nlnetmi1I ninetymiles ninety ninetymiles
miles without a stop The engine driver drlvtrTan driverran driverran
ran his locomotive into the roundhousend roundhouseand roundhouse roundhouseand
and nd dl discovered coered the boys huddled on tt ttpilot thepilot the thepilot
pilot almost frozen from from rom the 5eve 5evewinds severe severewinds
winds the they had encountered They sever were wocegi woegiven weregiven
gi given n food warmed up and sent backto backto back backto
to AlbanyTHREATEN AlbanyTHREATEN Albany AlbanyTHREATEN
THREATEN TO EXPOSE EXPOSESTATE EXPOSESTATE EXPOSESTATE
STATE TICKET HEAD HEADPHILADELPHIA HEADPHILADELPHIA HEADPHILADELPHIA
PHILADELPHIA Pa Oct 11 11Quite 11Quite 11Quite
Quite a sensation exists In politicalcircles political politicalcircles politicalcoircles
circles over the demand made by b the theNorth thaNorth theNorth
North American on Senator Penrose Penroelor Penrosefor Penrosefor
for the withdrawal of John K Toner Toneras Toneras
as 8 Republican nominee for governor governoron 10ornoron
on pain of having the head of theState the theState theState
State ticket exposed exposedThe expo exposedThe ed edThe
The newspaper has submitted a lot lotirr lothr totter
irr to Mr Penrose ae State boss b In Inwhich IIIwhIch inwhich
which it invites him to Investigate Investigatefacts iO investigatefaets etla etlafa
facts fa ts and figures fi r 8 it claims tins to have ir irconnection Inconnectlon I Iconnection
connection with i1 th Teners record
FOES OF BULL FIGHTING FIGHTINGWOULD FIGHTINGWOULD FIGHTINGWOULD
WOULD PROTECT HORSES
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AIRS IRS THOMAS A BRAY BRAYMrs BRAYMrs BRAYMrs
Mrs Thomas A Bray of El Paso Leading Campaign to toHave toHave toHave
Have Humane Congress Declare Against the thePractice thePractice thePractice
Practice in Mexico
AlJlon Among the Interesting interest1n women dele delegates deles dclebates ¬
gates s tes to the International Humane HumaneConference HumaneConteronc8 HumaneConference
Conference is Mrs r Thomas A Bray Brayof Brayor Brayof
of El Paso Texas wife Ue of the president presi president president ¬
dent of the El l Paso Humane Society Societywho Soclet Socletwho Societywho
who is anxious to have bull fightingabolished fighting fightingabolished fi htfng htfngabolished
abolished in Mexico exloo Mrs Bray lives livesjust livesjut livesjust
just across the river from JuarezMexico Juarez JuareiMexico Juarezlloxlco
Mexico where many man El Paso p citizens
pass their Sundays at the bull ring ringThe ringThe
The Mexican delegates to the con conference conterenee conforesee ¬
foresee are in 1nsmpethy sympathy with Mrs MrsBray Mt5Brav MrsBray
Bray Senor Benito Juarez a a dele deleate deJeate deleate
ate whose father was as the first Pros President PrOl5ident Prosldent ¬
ident of the republic r pubUc and who is a amombor amombor amember
mombor of the Mexican congress Has Hasintroduced tzs tzsIntroduced a3 a3introduced
introduced a bill to have the sport sportabolished sportabolished j jabolished
abolished abolishedI
I do not expect that we can accom accomplish accompllsh accompU8h ¬
plish all wo want at one time and if ifwe Ifwe ifwe
we succeed at the beginning in merely morolyhaving morely118ling merelyleaving
having a law passed preventing preventing horses horsesbeing h0t566being horsesbeing
being usca u d in the bull b ll lights It will be bea bea bea
a step toward the ultimate goal said saidMrs KidIt5 saidMrs
Mrs It5 Bray BrayThe BrayThe BrayThe
The use of horses blindfolded in inthe inthe inthe
the bull fights to my mind is the most mostbarbarous mostberb mostbarbarous
barbarous berb roul feature connected with the thethe thesport thesport
sport for the poor animals cannot see seothe seethe
the danger that confronts thorn and andare aDdare andare
are subjected to horrible torture It Itfrequently ItfrequenU Itfrequently
frequently happens that after they have havefceen havetleen havebeen
been Injured Injur d their wounds are re bound boundand boundand boundand
and the animals made to stay in the thefight thefight thefight
fight until they fall dead deedAccording deadAccording dedAccording
According to Mrs lrs Bray if the con conference conference conferenee ¬
ference passes a resolution directed to toward 10ward toward ¬
ward the abolition of bull fighting it itwill Itwill itwill
will greatly help the Mexican delegates delegatesin
in their fight in congress congressBanderilTas congressBanderUTAs congressBanderil
BanderilTas Banderil as the short spears used inbull In Inbull Inbull
bull fighting and nd bloody from use inMexican In InMexican InMexIcan
Mexican bull rings are among the ex exSENATOR exSENATOR exSENATOR
SENATOR IS CHOSENHORSE CHOSEN CHOSENHORSE CHOSENHORSE
HORSE SHOW JUDGE JUDGEUnited JUDGEUn JUDGEUnited
United Un lad States Senator Joseph WBal1e WBailey W WBailey
Bailey Bal1e of Texas will be one of the thejudges thejudges thejudges
judges at the horse show to be held at atthe atI atthe
the American League Ball Park Oc Octobor Octobt Oc October
I
tobor tobt r 25 5 and 26 26The 26The 6 6The
The Senator will judge the harness harnessclass harnessclas harnessclass
class as that is his specialty His HisTexas HisTexas HisTexas
Texas farm and also the one which he heowns beQwns heowns
owns in Kentucky are noted for their theirfine theIrfine theirfine
fine stock stockP
P V DeGraw D Gmw president of the theWashington theVashlngton theWashington
Washington Horse Show Association Associationlias Associationhas seoclatlonhas
has specially Invited Colonel States Statesbury Statesbur Statesbury
bury bur of Philadelphia who is presi president prlsldentol president ¬
dent dentol of the > Pennsylvania Riders and andDrivers andDrivers andDrivers
Drivers Association to exhibit his hischampion hisc hisand
champion c amplon team of roadsters here and andhe andhe andhe and
he has accepted accepte The colonel will be beentertained beentErtalned e eentertained
entertained while here at the I New NewWillard NewWillard evv evvWlllard
Willard by the local association associationMUNICIPAL association1V1UNICIPAL associationMUNICIPAL
MUNICIPAL ENGINEERS ENGINEERSOPEN ENGINEERSOPEN
OPEN ANNUAL SESSION SESSIONERIE
ERIE Pa Oct 11 1lThe The annual convention con convention tonvenlion ¬
vention of the American Society of Mu Municipal Municipal lu lunlCJpal ¬
nicipal Improvements began here today todaywith todaywith todaywith
with many notable delegates presentThe present presentThe presentThe
The chief features of the opening ses session session session ¬
sion were an address of welcome by byMayor byI byMayor
Mayor ayor Liebel and the annual address of ofthe ofth ofthe
the th president of the society Julian JulianKendrick JulianKendrick JulianKendrick
I Kendrick of Birmingham AlaThe Ala AlaThe AiaThe
The sessions will 111 continue until Sat Saturday SatI SatIur Saturday ¬
urday ur u Special attention Is to be given givenIn givenin I IIn
In the papers and discussions to matters mat matters matters ¬
ters relating to sanitation water sup supply supply supply ¬
ply and sewage disposal disposalBUTTERLESS disposalBUTTER disposalBUTTERLESSFRUIT
BUTTERLESS BUTTER BUTTERLESSFRUIT LESS FRUIT CAKE CAKEMany CAKE1anY CAKEMany
Many 1anY housewives housewlv say it is impossible impossibleto
to make a good fruit cake without but butter butter butter ¬
ter The recipe below will give you youas youas youas
as rich flavory flavor a a fruit cake as you OU ever evertasted evertasted evertasted
tasted yet et there Is 8 no butter in it itMix itMix itMix
Mix four cups sifted pastry pasUj flour one onelevel onelevel onelevel
level teaspoon soda two level teaspoons teaspoonsmixed tenspoonsmixed teaspoonsmixed
mixed spices except cloves one onefourth oneCourth onefourth
fourth level teaspoon salt and two cups cupsseeded cupsseedod cupsseeded
seeded and quartered raisins Add also alsoonehalf aleoonehalf alsoonehalf
onehalf cup nuts chopped fine if you youlike youUk youlike
like Uk Blond onehalf cup Cottolene with withonu withone withone
one cup brown sugar and one cup white whitesugar whitesusar whitesugar
sugar add one cup molasses one cup cupmilk cupmilk cupmilt
milk and then the Hour mixture Beat Beatwell Beatv Beatwell
v well ell and bake in two pans
hlbits hnH at the o onferesoe nf RMM r NM9 They were werecontributed werecontributed werecontributed
contributed by Mrs nJ Bray BrayMrs Br BrMI BrayMrs
Mrs MI Bray Bra has among III6n the exhibits a atorturous a atorturous atorturous
torturous bit used In Mexico and on onmany onmany onmany
many many American cattle ranches for con controlling controlling controlling ¬
trolling unruly horses She said that thatshe thatshe thatshe
she would bring this bit to the at attention attention attention ¬
tention of the conference and would wouldattempt wouldattempt ouk oukattempt
attempt to have ha a some action taken pro protesting prot6flUng protesting ¬
testing against its use
CHINAMAN IS HElD HElDFOR HELDFOR
FOR SELLING OPIUM OPIUMMoy OPIUMMoY
Moy Jo J 0 Arrested at Pennsyl Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania ¬
vania Avenue Store Early EarlyThis EarlyThis EarlyThis
This MorningMoy Morning
Moy Jo J an unusually fat celestial celestialwas celestialwas celestialwas
was arrested at 318 Pennsylvania ave avenue avenue avenue ¬
nue this morning charged with selling sellingopium sellIngopium sellingopium
opium to a a regular gang of fllendc fllendcShortly ftlandILShorUv fltendsShortly
Shortly after 2 oclock Officers J H HBoswell IL ILBosweU HBoawelI
Boswell and G M Little both of No No6 No6precinct 6 6precinct 6precinct
precinct who have been watching Moy MoyJo HoyJo y yJo
Jo for several months saw another anotherChinaman anotherChinaman anotherChinaman
Chinaman come out of the place They Theygrabbed Theygrabbed Theygrabbed
grabbed him and searching search InS him found foundopium foundopium foundopium
opium He H said he had gotten It from fromMoy fromloy fromMoy
Moy loy Jo In the back room In went the theofficers theOCficer3 theofficers
officers but there was no May Mo Jo to be befound beround befound
found He had Just made a wild night nightup nightup flightup
up the stairs s lrs but the bluecoats were wereonly wereonly wereonly
only about one minute behind They Theysearched Theytlerched Theysearched
searched everything there was in the theclosets theclosets theclosets
closets under beds and places whereeven where whereeven Wh9l8even
even a a fat Celestial couldnt have hld hlddeti hlddete hiddey
deti dey but there was no Moy 10 Not a a bit bitbaffled bitbafned bitbaffled
baffled the two sleuths looked out the thewindow thewindow thewindow
window on the fireescape but could see seenothing seenothing ce cenoth1ng
nothing until Little thought he saw sawsomething sowsomething sawsomething
something move behind a a big drain pipe plpoIt pipeIt pipeIt
It was W S Moys paunch that even the thedrain thedrain thedrain
drain pipe 2pe wouldnt hide and he was wasclinging wascUnglnb wasclinging
clinging forty fort feet above the ground groundProtesting groundPtotestfng groundPlotesting
Protesting Innocence Moy Jo J was washauled vashauJed washauled
hauled back Into the room where a asearch asearch asearch
search laid bare a big piece of sticky stickybrown stickybrown Icky Ickybrown
brown opium opiumWhen opiumWhen i iWhen
When Officer Boswell asked him what whatit wbtltit whatit
it was the Chinaman said Me no nosavvy nosavvy noMY
savvy MY Me speak v ytly Hy poor 1 Engliehee EnglieheeBut ngltsheeBut
But he knew enough to make MLke an aw awful awful awfui ¬
ful howl r his hat and coat on the theprotest theprotest
protest that he only had had6 j5 6 He de deposited dej08tted deposited ¬
posited iW 1 Ii 0 collateral and the cane was waspostponed waspostponed as aspostpontd
postponed until September 1 18 Officerssay Officers Officerssay Officers8ft
say 8ft t tborhood the Itrrea arrest > t ot Moy toy Jo breaks Up a aSang
Sang ng oC fifteen tteen dope fhtnd fiends in that neigh
borhood They are alleged to purchase purchasethe purcba8ethe purchasethe
the sleepproducing Slee pprodKing drug from Moy jo
through the agency of a white man mannamed mannamed mannamed
named Will 11 fl Ferry who will be sum summoned summ summoned ¬
moned m < Olaed as a United Untt States witnessWORKMAN witness witnessWORKMAN mtnesBWORK
WORKMAN WORK lAN INJURED INJUREDIN
IN FALL FROM ROOF ROOFThe
r
The injuries sustained by John Fea Feater Feater Peater
ter are this morning not considered considerednecessarily ooudderedneeeeSflrlly coasiderodnecessarily
necessarily serious by b t physician at t the theEmergency theEmergency theEmergency
Emergency Hospital where be was wastaken wa wataken yyaetaken
taken following a fall at t Columbia and andQuarry andQuarry andQuarry
Quarry roads The man who is thfr thfreight thirtv thirtvaveoue lhkQ
eight years old and Jfye lives at 3fM 364 XyrOe XyrOevenue 1 1avenue
venue Woodridge D C G was at work workon workOR workon
on a new building bulldtn He fell from the thescaffolding theseRftoIdlnJ theseaffolding
scaffolding His injuries co coothor consist 0 of
bruin ot the left leg aDd Injuries to tooOIer toother
other parts partner of his body bodyCUT bodyCUT bodyCUT
CUT IN EXPENSES EXPENSESThrough
II I Through economies perfected in tS tSreorganization the thereorganization t e ereor
reorganization reor nlzatlen of the business buelne methods methodsof
bf of f the Interior Department expense expenseduring ex exdung expensesduing
I
during the next fiscal ft cal year r will iII be beS2 1HtojGOO beo
S2 < > ojGOO 00 o < X lese than last 8St year These TIH e re reductions If IfI reactions ¬
actions have been made by Secretary
I BsHinger and are distributed dl triboted generally generallythroughout generallythroughout generallythroughout
throughout the entire department
MOODY OODY REGOVERlNG RECOVERING1 RECOVERING1IS I IIS
IS BACK IN CAPITAL CAPITALAssociate CAPITALAssociate CAPITALAssociate
Associate Justice to Spend SpendWinter SpendWinter SpendWinter
Winter in Washington WashingtonHome WashingtonHome WashingtonHome
Home HomeAssociate HomeAtsOclate HomeAssociate
Associate Justice William H Moody bloodyof Moodyof Moodyor
of the United States Supreme Court Courtwho Courtwbo Courtwho
who voluntarily retired from rem the bench benchon benolton benchon
on account of protracted HI health ar arrived arrtv4HI arrived ¬
rived in Washington this morning short shortly shortlv shortiv ¬
ly after 19 1 oclock oclockJustice oclockJu oclockJustice
Justice Ju tlce Moody will III spend the winterin winter winterin interIn
in this city His HI physicians advised him himthat himthat himthat
that the clImate in New England was wastoo wastoo wastoo
too severe severeJLS severep
JLS 15 soon as he arrived Justice Moody Moodywas Moodywas Moodswas
was driven to his hJ old home at 1525 1525Kightcenth 1G5Eight 15 15Kigbteenth
Kightcenth Eight enth street He was as not no able ableto ableto ableto
to walk from from his car C to the ambulance ambulancebut ainbulauoobut ambulancebut
but was rolled by the station attendants attendantsin
in a portable stretcher He told his hisfriends hisfriends hisfriends
friends who met him Ji at t the station thathe that thathe thathe
he did not feel any i worse orso as the result re result result ¬
sult of his allnight ride from Boston BostonAllNight B05tOnAllNight BostonAllNight
AllNight Trip TripThe T TripThe p pThe
The associate a Jat Justice left Boston last lastnight lastnight lastnight
night at S oclock aboard a L private car carattached carattached carattached
attached to the Federal Express on tlePennsylvania the thePennsylvania e ePennsylvaJ
Pennsylvania PennsylvaJ L Accompanying him himwere himwere himwere
were Dr James F Jackson MB physi physician physician physician ¬
cian a nurse and two servants 8 lV8nts Miss MissMary JldI MissMary 8 8Mary
Mary E Moody the sister sl ter of Justice JusticeMoody JueticeMoody JuiceMoody
Moody did not make the trip as was wasannounced wasanbOUneed wasannounced
announced yesterday yesterdayWhen yesterdayWhQR yesterdayWhen
When seen this morning the Jurist Juristasked juristasked juristasked
asked to be excused from making any anystatement anystatement
statement His physician however assured as assured uaureel ¬
sured those t who ware at the station stationthat stationthat stationthat I
that his patient was slowly but surely suretyrecovering surelyrecoverlnJ surelyrecovering
recovering from his long period of suf suffering suffering suffering ¬
fering The active rheumatic pains paJn are arenow arenow
now absent it was v stated and only the theafter theafter theafter I
after effects of the disease are now nowgiving nowghinl nowgiving
giving the justice trouble troubleThe troubleThe troubleThe
The decision of Justice Moody to spend spendthe spendthe I
the winter in Washington Wa h1Dgton Instead of at athis athis t this
his MaaeacliMeru lfu achl ta home was AS reached reachedsome reachedsome I
some days ay t > go when W hen a consultation of ofphysicians ofphysicians
physicians was as 11 held It was then de decided declded decided ¬ I
cided that the Washington climate would wouldbe wouldbe touldbe
be more beneficial than that of New NewEngland NewEngtalMl NewEngland
England and immediately ely the Moody Moodyhome Moodyborne toodyb
home b ia Washington was w ordered orderedTo orderiOp8ft orderedopened
Op8ft opened
To Remain Till June JuneIt
It ie i the t e expectation of f the Justice to toremain toremain toremain
remain here until next ext June when he hewill hewill hewill
will probably return again to Massa Massachusetts Massachseetts ¬
chusetts chusettsThe CItWiettsThe chseettsThe
The resignation of Justice Ju tice Moody Moodywhich Xoodywbkh Moodywhich
which w Wall tendered red to President Taft Tafta
a few weeks ago SO will 1io I take effect on onNovember onNovemberS onNovember
November NovemberS 23 In the meantime he will willremain willremain Willrematn
remain a member of t the court though thoughof thouJhor thoughof
of course he will not undertake to sit sitagain sitagain sitagain
again on the beach beachOnly benchOn17 beachOnly
Only a few friends were at the staties sta station a atloft ¬
ties this morning mOlnlft to He ee the jurist jurl t He Hehad Hebad Hehad
had requested r ted that those who desired to toagain toagain toagain
again see > > ee him wait until be was W M com comfortably comfortaW coinfortably ¬
fortably fortaW installed iD taJled in his home He ex cxpoets expects expeets ¬
poets to b be able to receive callers in ina Ina Ina
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Grand Chancellor IT H P Willey Il and andSupreme andupremf andSupreme
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Charles Thompson Charged ChargedWith ChargedVith ChargedWith
With Causing Trouble in inApartment inApartment inApartment
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precinct with attacking his JI I wife wit Cath Catherine CtaerJne Citherine ¬
erine Charles M 1 Thompson TAomp oa twdatyeight twenty twentyeight tweDqeI
eight eI ht years old who formerly livedwith lived livedments
with 1th his family at the Asteria apart apartm apartments
ments m Dts Is today a fugitive from justice justiceSeveral jU justiceSeveral Uee UeeSeveral
Several months ago aC Thompson quar quarreled 4111 4111reled quarreled ¬
reled with his hi wife who is some years yearshis y yearshis
his senior Following FoUow1n < < th t the e quarrel in inwhich inwhich inwhich
which he left unmistakable unmi taJcble signs itM of ofconflict orconftlet ofconflict
conflict OB his stepsons n8 head and a body
he was arrested and pat under a sus suspended w wpeOOed suspended ¬
pended sentence with tn instructions ttuctlo ll to tostay tostay I Istay
stay away from Sire Mr Thompsons home bomeThe
The stepsons name is J S KMtwetl
Several Sev > ral days Ii ago So he went back and andaccording a aaccording aidaccording
according to the wifes wlCe complaintknocked complaint complaintknocked complaintknocked
knocked her unconscious with a heavy
Instrument and then fled When W A the thepolice thepollee thepolice
police found Mrs Thompson they fear feared feared feared ¬
ed at first she would not recover Shej Shejwa SbeWn Ste Stewas
was wa greatly improved today ay however howevernd w vel veland I Iand
and nd will be bable able to appear in in inhcourt hcourt court if if
her husband is apprehended ded
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dualities 1lalit iES The values at atable sal sale prtc prices are ar just as big as we f have ever been beenable
able b1t to offer in misses mi and childrens hlldren s footwear footwearmaterials footwf > aTo Made oC th the very best btstrnaterla1s bestmaterials
materials on sensible S 8ib1e good rO d fitting lasts All sixes tzes and widths An ex examination exmination x xamlnatlon ¬
amination of these th shoes will cause a high appreciation of the values valuesottered val valtr4 valuesofferednd
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for dainty women and preferred preferredby p pi erred ferredby erredb
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FROM OLD STAND STANDRockville STANDRockville 9 +
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Mecca of LovesickCouples Lovesick LovesickCouples LovesickCouples
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pleads and orWddwi f iCoCkvftfe for hp hphas h hha hhu
ha hu brought nttMh distress OK the t e good goodwomen goodWOMeB goadwomen
women of the day town by Ms un unthoughtful untlwMlglatful <
thoughtful habit of t aeeompaaytag aeeoM elop elopers elops Iop IopdC1I ¬ 1
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which the women say T are ar indiscrim indiscriminate IJId6 indiscriminate crtm crtmiDaLe ¬
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and aMi ask asked tIN atin tens toOj to cease thepractice the thepraetJee
practice at Jc kneading runaways hearis hearisinto b heart rf rfInto a aInto
into the holy bonds of wedlock that IK IKunless 15unle8al isunless
unless applicants for marital bliss bIbI pros provbeyond pro probeyoftd prosbeyond
beyond a doubt that they are worthy f fenter n nenter itenter < >
enter Into the sacred wedlock state and andwilt aniWU andwil
wilt WU bring no shame to future days a tv tvthe btbe t tthe
the good name of RoekvigeVerily Rockville RockvilleVerily RoekTiUeVHi1y
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lid at t Rockville
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CORDBI ARABIA tRtBLtN CCHTAIXS CCHTAIXSwoven CURTUXSWOVfn CURTAISwoven
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sizes in each style shown abowntnd 2nd floor Waist Section SectionWe SectionWe
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