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4 THE WASHINGTON TIMES 1VED WEDNESDAY TESDAY OCTOBER 19 1910
LITIGATION EATS UP UPLOW UPRATE
LOWE LOW RATEBENEFIT RATEBENEFITMissouri RATE INERT INERTMissouri BENEFITissouri
Missouri issouri Shippers Pay for forTwo forTwo forTwo
Two Years Ye rs After Supreme SupremeCourt SupremeCourt SupremeCourt
Court Grants Reduction ReductionINTERSTATE ReductionINTERSTATE ReductionINTERSTATE
INTERSTATE BODYMAY BODY BODYMAY BODYMAY
MAY GIVE REDRESS REDRESSLittle REDRESS REDRESSLittle REDRESSLittle
Little May Be Refunded of Freight FreightCharges FreightCharges FreightCharges
Charges From East to Missouri MissouriRiver 11issouriR MissouriRiver
I Ilver
River R lver Cities CitiesEastern C CitiesEastern ltIes
I IEa3tern
Eastern shippers who aro Interested InterestedIn
In the socalled Missouri river rates ratescase ratCJicase ratescase
case decided in n their favor by the thoSupremo theSupremo theSupremo
Supremo Court have just realized realizedthat realizedthat realisedthat
that they will receive no benefits benefitsfrom benefittrom beneiltsfrom
from the decision without another anotherfight anothrfight anothArfight
fight before the Interstate Commerce CommerceCommlslon CommerCECommllflon CommerceCommislon
Commlslon CommlslonWhen CommllflonYhen CommislonWhen
When the commission two years ago agoordered agoorderld agoordered
ordered a reduction in the rates from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the Eastern markets mork I including Balti Baltimore Baltimore Baltimore ¬
more Philadelphia Now Ne York and andBoston andBoston andBoston
Boston to the Missouri Mls ourl river cities it itwas Itwas itwas
was expresly stipulated that the re reduction reduction reduetlon ¬
duction should reman in effect just justtwo justtwo justtwo
two years
yearsTime Time Used Fighting FightingSince FightingSince FightingSince
Since the order was issued the rail railroads railroads railroads ¬
roads have consumed the Intervening Interveningperiod Interveningperiod interveningperiod
period In fighting it In the mean meantime meantime meantime ¬
time the carriers have haY charged the old oldrate oldrate oldrate
rate And from this time on they theywill theywill theywill
will exact the old schedule leaving leavingthe leavingthe leavingthe
the shippers with an ineffective Su Supreme Supreme Supreme ¬
preme Court opinion to their credit creditbut creditbut creditbut
but nothing more moreIt moreIt moreIt
It is suggested at the offices ef the theInterstate theInterstate theInterstate
Interstate Commerce Commission thatthe that thatthe thatthe
the shippers may properly proper claim a re refund retund refund ¬
fund of the excessive charges under underthe underthe underthe
the order of the commission now sus sust susIned sust9ined
t t9ined Ined by the court but it will be bedifficult bedttrlcult bedifficult
difficult for every ever shipment carried carriedunder carriedunder carriedunder
under the t1 disputed rates during this thislong thislong thislong
long period to be traced and proper properclaims properclaims properclaims
claims made madeIn madeIn I IIn
In other words the railroads have havelost have10st havelost
lost through the decision of the court courtbut courtbut courtbut
but they the have collected their moneyand money moneyand moneyand
and will be b required to refund it only onlyin onl onlin onlyin
in rare casesTest cases casesTest casesTest
Test of Big Rivalry RivalryThe RivalryThe RivalryThe
The Missouri river rate controversy controversywas
was one of the most important to tocome tocomo tocome
come before the Interstate Conv Convmerce Conrmeroe Con Conmerce >
merce Commission during the past pastfour pasttour pastfour
four or five years ear It was a 3 case of ofcompetition otcompetition ofcompetition
competition between the Northwest Northwestand Northwestand Northwestand
and the Middle West ost The North Northwesterners Northwesterners Northwesterners
westerners claimed that they should shouldhave shouldhae shouldhave
have lower rates from the East on onaccount onaccount onaccount
account of the water and Canadian Canadianroutes Canadianroutes Canadianroutes
routes routesThis routesThis routesThis
This contention was practically de denied denied denied ¬
nied by the commission which made madean madean madean
an investigation and ordered that the theclass theclass theclass
class rates to the Missouri river cities citiesbe citiesbe citiesbe
be reduced almost to the point en enJoyed cnjoed anjoyed
Joyed by tho Northwestern cities Thereduction The Thereduction lbereduction
reduction amounted to 9 cents on onfirst onfirst onfirst
first class freight S cents C ltB on second
6 cents on third 4 cents on fourth and
3 cents on fifth t1class t1classThese classThese class classThese
These reductions were to remain of offcctlve affective i
fcctlve for two years ears This period exptred ex expired explrd ¬
pired last Saturday jut two days be beXore betore before
tore the Supreme Court rendered its itsdecision ItsdeCision itsdecision
decision sustaining the reductions reductionsCharges reductionsCharges reductionsCharges
Charges Are Millions MillionsA
A vast ast volume of class business businesshas buslnosshas businesshas
has moved movel from the East to the theMiddle theMiddle thediddle
Middle West rost during these two years yearsand yearsand yearsand
and thef the rcight charges in excess of ofthe ottbe ofthe
the legal rate have totaled millions of ofdollars ordollans ofdollars
dollars But a small proportion will willever willever ill illeer
ever be reclaimed reclaimedIt
It Is now necessary for the shippers shippersto
to file new petitions for similar reduc reductions reducetlons reducLions ¬
Lions before they can secure advan advantage advantage ¬
tage of the Supreme Courts decision decisionThe decisionThe decisionThe
The whole question will have to be begone begone begone
gone over and another fight in the thecourts thecourts thecourts
courts made as it is morally certain certainthat certainthat certainthat
that the thi carriers will appeal a second secondtime secondtime secondtime
time should the commission favor the theshippers theshippers theshippers
shippers shippersAmong shippersAmong shippersAmong
Among the Eastern linos which are areparties arepartilS areparties
parties to the case are the Baltimore Baltimoreand Baltimoreand Baltimoreand
and Ohio railroad Pennsylvania Bos Boston Boston Boston ¬
ton and Maine New Haven Merchants Merchantsand Merchantsand Ierchantsand
and Miners Transportation Tran portatlon Company
Chesapeake Steamship Company Companyestern
Western estern Maryland railroad and the theother
Southern raUwa railway Full Fully seventyfive seventyfiveother I
other railroads ana steamship com companies companies companies ¬
panies are also interested interestedWILL interestedVILL interestedWILL
WILL ADDRESS BANKERS BANKERSThomas BANKERSThomas BANKERSThomas
Thomas E Rogers and Edward E EEchrciner ESchreiner EEchreiner
Echrciner will be the speakors at the theregular the1e1llar theregular
regular meeting meetln o < C the WashingtonChapter Washington WashingtonChapter I IChaptEr
Chapter of the American institute of ofBunking ofnankln ofBanking
Bunking nankln to tl be held Thursday Thursda evening eveningat
at the th < chapter rooms IJM F street streetnorthwest streetnorthwest
northwest There wilt bo music musi and re refreshments refreshments refreshments ¬
freshments in addition to the addresses addressesGARFIELDS addresscsGARFIELDS addressesGARFIELDS
GARFIELDS SECRETARY DEAD DEADPAINESVILLE DEADPAINESVILLE DEADPAINESVILLE
PAINESVILLE Ohio Oct 19 19James James
Payne Pa ne private secretary to James A
Garfield during his Presidential cam campaign campaign campaign ¬
paign is dead here at the age of sev seventyfive seventyfivE seventyfive ¬
entyfive Mr Payne was 0 chUf clerk
In the Department of Agriculture Agrl ulture in the theseventies thefventles theseventies
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RWILL WILL FORGERY CASE CASECONTINUED CASECONTINUED
CONTINUED IN COURT COURTI COURTHoward COURTHoward I
Howard G Clarksons At Attorney Attorney Attorney ¬
torney Fights Against AgainstContinuance AgainstContinuance AgainstContinuance
Continuance ContinuanceCharged ContinuanceCharged ContinuanceCharged
Charged with forging his wifes willby will willby willby
by which he would become the heir to toabout tonbout toabout
about J400 4000 worth of property Howard HowardG
G Clarkson of S17 Rhode Island avenue avenuenorthwest avenuenorthwest
northwest appeared in the Police Court Courtbefore Courtbefore Courtbefore I
before Judge Jud e Mullowny today and was washeld washeld washeld
held on 1000 ltO bond until the continuance continuanceof
of the case tomorrow tomorrowAssistant tomorrowAssistant I IAs
Assistant As l tant District Attorney RalphGiven Ralph RalphGiven I
Given told the court that he had had hadno I
I no time to summon the witnesses wUno es that thathe thathe
he desired and requested that the case casebe casebe casebe I
be continued Clarkawns Clar ns lawyer foughtthe fought foughtthe I Ithe
the continuance saying that ho was wasready wasready wasready
ready toraise to raise a point of law which whichwould whichwould whichwould
would show that the signature was not nottechnically notteehnIeaU nottechniealiy
technically teehnIeaU a forgery and that Clark Clarkson Clarkson Clarkson
son could not be held heldHolds h heldHolds ld ldHolds
Holds Case Over OverJudge OverJudge OverJudge
Judge Muliowny however decided d liIed that thatit thatIt thatit
it was better to hold the case over until untiltomorrow untiltomorrow untiltomorrow
tomorrow when It could be gone Into Intoin IntoIn inton
in n detail detailClarkson detailI detailClarkson
I Clarkson was wa arrested yesterday ye terda after afternoon afternoon alternoon ¬
noon on the complaint of Frank M MHoward MHoward L LHOard
Howard of 533 Jefferson place north northwest northwest northwest ¬
west who claimed that Clarkson forged forgedhis forgedbls forgedhis
his wifes signature to the document In Inquestion Inquestion inquestion
question while she was seriously Ill IllWhen
When the case came up some time ago agoand agoand agoand
and the persons per on who witnessed wltne ed the will willwere willwere willwere
were summoned it was found that they tho
knew the woman had been dead some someour
four our days da S before their signatures were wereattached wereattached wereattached
attached to the will willNot w111Not willNot
Not Legally Wrong WrongThey WrongThey WrongThey
They claimed Clarkson Clark on had told toldthem toldtllem toldthem
them that the will had been signed by byhis byhis byhis
his wife before her death and Judge JudgeGould JUdgeGould JudgeGould
Gould in the Probate Court yester yesterday yesterday ¬
day declared that there was no stat statute statute statute ¬
ute making such attestation atte taUon to a will willa
a crime crimeIn crimeIn T TIn
In addition to this charge of for forgery forgory ¬
gory it is understood that Clarksonwill Clarkson Clarksonwill
will also be charged with perjury perJurAs I
As Mrs Clarkson left no children her herbrother herbrother herbrother
brother and sister who claim they theyshould the theshould theyshould
should have shared in the distribution distributionof
of the property will attend to the thedetails thedetails thedetails
details arising from the prosecution prosecutionof
of the charges chargesiff chargesBOOKS chargesBOOKS
BOOKS ON AIRSHIPS AIRSHIPSAT AIRSHIPSAT
AT PUBLIC LIBRARY UUHBYMany LIBRARYMany LIBRARYMany
Many New New Works V orks on Aero Aeronautics Aeronautics Aeronautics ¬
nautics Added to the theShelves theShelves theShelves
Shelves ShelvesOfficials ShelvesOfficials ShelvesOfficials
Officials of the Public Library today todayannounced todayannounced todayannounced
announced the list of books that have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been added to its shelves in in 1810 With Withthe Withthe Wlththe
the exception of the latest issues issuesAeronautics is issuesaeronautics ups I Ieronautlcs
Aeronautics and Aircraft which are arereceived arereceived arereceived
received every month may ML b biLOOrroed biLOOrroedon borroived borroivedoh
on the theSf1me same eArd with a book Xhe e list listincludes listincludes 1st 1stIncludes
includes the following followingModel followingJtodel
Model odel Balloons and k I
t Flying Ma Machines Machines Machines ¬
chines by J H Alexander AlcD Aleaan4er I1 er The Art Artof Artor Artof
of Aviation b by > R W Brewer The TheBoys Thenays TheBoys
Boys Book of Airships by b H Dete Detecotnbe Deacombe Deptcombo
cotnbe Airships AirshipsHearne in Peace and War Warby Warby Var Varby
by R I P P Hearne He rne Flying Machines MachinesConstruction MachinesConstruction IachinesCOlUitruction
Construction and Operation by b W V J JJackman JJackman JJackman
Jackman First Lessons Les ons in Aeronautics Aeronau Aeronautics ¬
tics by M 1 K Kumar Flying Ma Machines Machine ra rachlnC1 ¬
chine Practice rand nd Design De ign by It RKennedy ItKennedy ItIenned
Ienned Kennedy Aerial Flight FI ht second cond edi edition edition ¬
tion volume one of Aerodynamics Aerodynamicsand Aerodynamicsand
and volume two of Aerodonetlcs by b bF
F W V Lanchester Lanche ter Vehicles of the theAir th thAir theAir
Air by b V V Lougheed uHow How to Build Buildan Buildan I Ian
an Aeroplane by R Petit Aerial Xavl Xavlgatlon XavI1 XavI1gaUon Navlgatlon
gatlon of Today T Mla by C C Turner TurnerModel TurnerModel TurnerModel
Model Aeroplanes by E W V Twining TwiningLODGEMEN T1ningLODGEMEN TwiningLODGEMEN
LODGEMEN PLAN DANCE DANCECarroll DANCECarron DANCECarroll
Carroll Council No 577 Knights of ofColumbus fitColumbus ofColumbus
Columbus has arranged to give a dance danceon i ion I
on November 9 The committee
of ar arrangements arrancemonts arrangements ¬
rangements consists of Daniel Crowcll CrowellFrank CrowcllFrank
Frank McLaughlin De Neale Wilcoxcn WilcoxenClarence WilcoxcnClarence lcoxn lcoxnClarence
Clarence Koontz James Kates John JohnKankin JohnUankln JohnItankin
Kankin George Bouchert William Mc McDonough MeDonough McDonough
Donough Thomas ToomasSuJUvan Sullivan and Frank FrankMullen FrankMullen
Mullen Frankl
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PASS PHARMACY TEST TESTAt TESTAt TESTAt
At the regular quarterly examinations examinationsof
of the Board of Pharmacy of the Dis District DIstrict District ¬
trict the following were listed as R suc successful succeutul successful ¬
cessful candidates Naomi E Richard Richardson Rlchardon Richardson ¬
son on James F Everett Frank A Robey
Julia H Strobel Minnie A Crews CrewsHenry CrewsHenry CrewsHenry
Henry D 1 > Hughes Francis A Lucas LucasI
R N MacWilllams and Harry Lewis LewisI IRwisson
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BRIDEGROOM DEFIES DEFIESBIGAMY DEFIESBIGAMYACCUSERS
BIGAMY BIGAMYACCUSERS BIGAMYACCUSERSMiss ACCUSERS ACCUSERSMiss
Miss Adams Only Wife fife HarveY Har Harvey Harvey ¬
vey Brown Ever Had Says Saysj SaysAcconi SaysAccomodatlon
j Accomodation Acconi dation SpouseCUTS Spouse SpouseCUTS SpouseCUTS
CUTS OFF MUSTACHE MUSTACHETHAT MUSTACHETHATWON MUSTACHETHAT
THAT THATWON WON THE DAY DAYAttracts DAYI DAYAttracts
Attracts Too Much Attention He HeSays HeSays HeSays
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Says Although Hes Willing to toWed toWed toWed
Wed Others Who Pay PayDenying PayDenying PayDenying
Denying that he Is a bigamist blgaml t and anddefying Rnddefying anddefying
defying anyone to prove he had a wife wifebefore wifebefore wifebefore
before he married Eugenio Adams or orEngenie orElgenle orEugenie
Engenie Sauer the youn r German wo woman woman O Oman ¬
man who advertised a 200 00 reward to toanyone toanyone toanyone
anyone who would marry her for a day dayHarvey dayHancy dayIIarv
Harvey IIarv ey O Brown stood In his apart apartments apartments apartments ¬
ments at 700 H street northwest thin thlamorning th1smorning thinmorning
morning and issued ls uod a challenge challengeHe challeng6He challengeHe
He said he wouldnt have married marriedMiss marriedMiss marriedMiss
Miss Adams last Friday morning in the theMunicipal theMunicipal theMunicipal
Municipal Court building had another anotherwoman anotherwoman anotherwoman
woman a claim on him He wouldnt wouldnthave wouldnthavc wouldnthave
have done it had the two 1100 100 bills been beenmany beenmany beenmany
many times larger he said saidMr saidMr I IMr
Mr Brown had just finished fin hOO shaving shavingwhen shalngwhen shavingwhen
when reporters were announced by his hishousekeeper hishousekeeper hishousekeeper
housekeeper who bore out Browns Brownsstatement Bro11sstatcment Brownsstatement
statement that he was w unmarried up to tolast tolast tolast
last Friday Frida His luxuriant mustache mustacljfcwhich mu mustachewhich tachb tachbwhich
which he claims attracted Miss I1 s Sauer Sauerlay I Ilay
lay In much disorder on the carpet carpetYes carpetYes carpetYes
Yes he smilingly said I had to tosacrifice tocrifice tosacrifice
sacrifice crifice my m hirsute adornment for my myown myown myown
own peace of 0 mind Everywhere I go gobe gobe gobe
be it to the theater where I work or orfor orfor orfor
for acar a car ride people point me out as asthe asthe asthe
the man who sold old his marriage right rightfor rlghfor rightfor
for money mp y But I would do the same samething samethlnl samething
thing over again gladly to hrtp h p a dam damsel damreI damsel ¬
sel in distress distressMr distresstr distressMr
Mr tr Brown says any time the woman womanIn womanin i iIn I
In Brooklyn who enims < him a 8J her herhusband herI herhusband
husband wants to come to Washington Washingtonwhere Washingtonwhere Vuhln as rton rtonwhlre
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where he has lived since 1888 hell hellready be beready beready
ready for her
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ODD FELLOWS VISIT VISITBALTIMORE VISITBALTLMRE
BALTIMORE TONIGHTGrand
Grand Officers and Members Membersof Membersof
of Capital Lodges to At Attend Attend Attend ¬
tend Banquet BanquetAccepting BanquetAccepting BanquetAccepting
Accepting the invitation extended by byPotomac byPotomac byPotomac
Potomac Lodge I L O O F of Balti Baltimore DalUmre Baltimore ¬
more the members membe of WashingtonL WashingtonLodge Washington WashingtonLedge
Ledge L < dgc No No6 C of this city clt and a large largedelegation larsedolegatIon largedelegation
delegation of the Grand Lodge officers officersI o officersand cera ceraand
I and Grand Encampment officers of the theDistrict theDistrIct theDistrict
District will leave Washin1ton Washington ashl on tonight tonightry tonightfy tonightley
ry special car for Baltimore where a areception areception areception
reception and banquet will be held in intheir Intheir intheir
their honor honorTho honorThe honorThe
The Grand Lodge officers who will wnlattend willattend wlllattend
attend the festivities are Grand Mas Master Mastcr Master ¬
ter Daniel A Dugan Deputy Grand GrandMaster Grandrastei GrandMaster
Master rastei Thomas J Gates Grand War Warden Warden Var Varden ¬
den George Gerborlch Grand Secretary SecretaryW
W V E Clapp Clapp Grand Representatives RepresentativesJamca RepresentativesJame RepresentativesJamey
Jamey H Crew and W V W V Milan MilanGrand MUanGrand MilanGrand
Grand Conductor Frank E Rapp and andGrand andGand andGrand
Grand Guardian Frank A Royse RoyseOfficers RoY8eOfficers RoyseOfficers
Officers qf the Grand Encampment Encampmentwho Encampmentwho Encampmentwho
who will make the trip tre re Grand GrandHigh GrandBleh GrandHigh
High Priest William J Hop Hope GranJ GranJTreasurer GranJTreasurer Gran GranTreasurer
Treasurer Frank FrankD D Seiffert Grand Rep Representative Ropre Representative ¬
resentative re entatle John H Wood rtOd and Grand GrandOutride GrandOutdde GrandOutside
Outride Sentinel J D Joakley JoakleyMembers JoakleyMembers Joakle Joaklelolembers
Members of the following lodges will willaccompany willaccompany 111 111accompany
accompany the party Langdon No NoPhoenix
2 28 Phoenix No 28 S Harmony No S SMetropolis V VletropoUs 9Metropolis
Metropolis No 1 le Central No No1 No1Golden 1 1Golden 1Golden
Golden Rule No 21 1 Columbia No 10 10Beacon 10I
Beacon No 15 and Federal City CIl No 20 20REVIVAL 20REVIVAL 20REVIVAL
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REVIVAL AT FALLS CHURCH CHURCHFALLS CHURCHFALLS CHURCHFALLS
FALLS CHURCH Va Oct 19 19A 19Aseries 19Aseries A Aseries
series of religious revivals will l be > e held heldin heldIn heldin
in the new Baptist church beginning beginningNovember l beginningNovember innIDg innIDgNoember
November 18 Th The Rev W S O OThomas OI 0Thomas
I Thomas pastor of the Columbia Baptist BaptistChurch BaptistChurch BaptistChurch
Church will officiate assisted a ssted by the theRev theRev theRev
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