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Showers ShO night and Friday Colder O Fair To Tonight ¬ ijhe f a hin1Jfon Qime T LAST LJtjl LJtjlYesterdays AST EDITION EDITIONI EDITIONIBER I
TCTMI3EIi IBER 687 Yesterdays Circulation 40374 1VA WASHINGTON SillNGT ON THVRSDAY EVENING OCTOBER 27 1910 Sixteen Pages PRICE OXE CENT
PLAY SPACE IDEA IDEACommissioners IDEAommissioners
Commissioners C Favor Clos Closing Closing Closing ¬
ing Streets for Noon NoonHour NoonHour NoonHour
Suggestion of The Times Hailed As AsSolution AsSolution AsSolution
Solution of Difficult DifficultProblem DifficultProblem DifficultProblem
Problem ProblemClosed ProblemClosed
Closed Streets Favored forSchool for forSchool
School Play PlayPlan PlayPlan
Plan for closing streets stree in front frontof frontof
of schools for a
playground during duringthe I Ithe
the noon hour heartily commended commendedby
by the heads of the District gov government government government ¬ i
ernment and school officials officialsProposition officialsProposition
I IProposition
Proposition is to close these parts partsof partsof partsof
of the streets to traffic in order to toeliminate toeliminate toeliminate
eliminate the dangers that auto automobiles automobiles automobiles ¬
mobiles and other vehicles create createPresident createPresident createPresident
President of the Board of Educa Education Education Education ¬
tion W V Cox thinks the plan sim simple simple simple ¬
ple and says it can easily be put putinto putinto putinto
into perfect execution executionSuperintendent executionSuperintendent
Superintendent Stuart says that thatonly thatonly thatonly
only a few of the ISO schools in the theDistrict theDistrict I IDistrict
District are provided with adequate adequateplaygrounds adequateplaygrounds i iplaygrounds I
playgrounds for the pupils and is isenthusiastic isenthusiastic I
enthusiastic over the scheme pro proposed proposed ¬
posed by The Times TimesStrong TimesStron TimesStrong I
Strong Stron indorsement by the District Districtgovernment DistrIctovernment Districtgovernment
government heads today was given The
Times suggestion > n that streets fronting frontln frontlnthe
the public schools be closed during durin the thenoon thenoon thenoon
noon hour to allow pupils adequate a equate play playspace playspace playspace
space spaceThe spaceThe spaceThe
The suggestion already alrcad1 has received reeev 41 41heart
hearty heart commendation commendatleD from rom school offinials of officials orflclals ¬
finials who declare dcJ re the scheme is simple simpleand simpleand
and wonder that it had not been beenthought beenthought beenthought
thought of before beforeComment bero beroComment beforeComment
Comment on the present danger chil children children chitdren ¬
dren face In playing on the streets was wasmade wasmade wasmade
made by b several officials officialsBecause otfl officialsBecause < iaJs iaJsBecause
Because the school yards ards are In many manycases manycases manycases
cases too small for to even a few pupils pupilsto
to play pla running games and are uni uniformly uniformly uniformly ¬
formly inadequate as playgrounds the thechildren thechildren thechildren
children are forced on the public publicstreets publicstreets publicstreets
streets Every Evor day da they face the risk riskof riskor riskof
of being run down by b horse and auto automobile automobile automobile ¬
Little Effect On Traffic TrafficAn
An investigation today developed that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the blocking bl klng of the streets could be beaccomplished beaccompll beaccompllehed
accompll accomplished hed with comparatively com ptlnLtlvel little littleobstruction littleobstruction littleobstruction
obstruction to traffic as most mo t schools schoolsere schoolslire schoolsare
ere situated on streets where the traffic
Is not excessive excessiveIt
It Is the only feasible solution so
far offered to a problem that has been beenworrying beenworrym beenworrying
worrying citizens who ho have the wel welfare welfare welfare ¬
fare of the citys children at heart heartwas heartwas heartwas
was the comment of Commissioner Commlssloncruno
Cuno uno H Rudolph today todayI
I am heartily in favor of the idea ideannd fflfMtnnd i4eaand
nnd I will use u my power as Commis Commissioner Commissioner Commissioner ¬
sioner for or its advancement was the
declaration of Engineer Commissioner CommlHloueriJllam
AVilllam iJllam V Judson JudeonI Ju < lflOn lflOnI
I am more than glad Iad to give the theplan thepIan theplan
plan my m hearty support not only onl as asCommissioner asCommissioner asCommissioner
Commissioner but in any other way The
Times > s may ma suggest that will aid in
bringing brln ing about its successful succe tul Issue Issuesold Is Issuesaid uE uEsaJd
sold Commissioner Comml8 loner Rudolph I am the theZt
fJ 8tPn > Zt t one > In Washington to start a eh ehdrens chil ¬
drens playground movement That was wasnow wasyears wasyears
years a ago 10 and m my Inte Interest > rest Is JiS great
now as then If it is within Ithln the power powerof powero powerof
of o the Commissioners to put this plan plall1nto
Into execution you may say that I will willcertainly willcrtalnh wiltcertainly
certainly be among its most ardent ardentchampions ardentchampions ardentchampions
Primed For Protests ProtestsIt
It was suggested su gestd to Commissioner CommissionerRudolph Commle CommissionerRudolph ion ionRudolph
Rudolph that there would In all orobtt orobttbillty nrobltbfUtv urobability
billty be protests protestsIm protestsIm protestsIm
Im primed for that he said hI My Myexperience 1lyxpErlence M Mexperience
experience < In our first public playground playgroundventure l laaygroumxventure arground argroundventure I
venture on N street northwest near nearFirst lHNLrIrst nea neaFirst r Ir
First Irst gave > me an admirable a mlrable schooling schoolingfor school schoolfor hoonDf hoonDffor
for Just this The playground we pu pufn put putIn put1n t
In operation opt > ratlon there was near th the Homeo Homeopathic HomeoI1athlr HomePathic ¬
pathic Hospital Soon WP w got so rna1i rna1iand mangyand many manyand
and such vociferous complaints about aboutthe aboutthe aboutthe
the play of o the children disturbing dl turbln the thepatients thepatients th thpatients e
patients that we were compelled to elo elodown elos elosdown clol51own
down < And then Why hr there were weremany so somany 8dman
many man and such vociferous complaints complaintsfrom enmplaimfrom omplahul5from s
from the patients because they were Wereprlw 1 1prived le lepriced
priced prlw of the pleasure plta ure or hearing th thlaughtfr thlaughter h j jlaughter
laughter and merry shouts of the cttil cttilContinued cn cnContinued chlContinued
Continued on Second ond Page PageWEATHER PageX1EATHER PageWEATHER
Showers this afternoon or tonightcolder tonight tonightcolder tunlghtcolder
colder tonight Friday fair and m mcolder much muchcolder muchcolder nett
colder brisk southwesterly shifting to tonorthwesterly tonorthwesterl t tnorthwesterly 0
northwesterly winds wildsTEMPERATURE windsTEMPERATURE wllM8TEPERA
S a m i
11 10 12 9 a a a noo noon noonI m m ra j n j j t 63 I ISUN 08c dt 08dt tit c < C g >
2 1 p p m ma m t J 64 64SUN 61
Sun rises i2i i2iSun 121Sun 9 1 1Sun
Sun sets 5 5TIDE S0rt S0rtTIDE i1tTIDK Od
Today Toda TodayHigh High tide 321 a m and 3 ap 31 31p 5 5p
p m low to tide WfT a m and andTomorrow It iepm ItPTXmorrowH
pm pmTomorrowH
PTXmorrowH TomorrowH Tomorrow High h tide 4s 9 3 a m and an and18 d
453 63 p m lew tide 1112 a m and 1127 1127P UU UUpm w
P pm m
HARPERS FERRY W Va Oct 27 27Both 2i3oth r t tBoth
Both rivers clear this morning
Illness of Several Months Re Removes Removes Removes ¬
moves Eastern MarketSuperintendent Market MarketI MarketSuperintendent
I Superintendent SuperintendentONCE SuperintendentONCE SuperintendentONCE
Many ny Years a Resident of Wash Washington Washington Washington ¬
ington and Prominent ProminentFun ProminentFuneral Fun Funeral ¬
eral TomorrowWith Tomorrow TomorrowWith
With the end hourly expected for two twodays twoda twodays
days da s Benjamin F Graham a past ju junior junior junior ¬
nior vice commander of the Depart Department Department Department ¬
ment of the Potomac G A R and andwell andweU andwall
well known in Washington where he hehas hth hehas
has h s resided for years died peacefully peacefullyat
at his home SMS Tenth street north northwest northwest nurtltest ¬
west westHe westHe w est
He was 18 surrounded by b all the immc tomedints Immcdlate >
dints members of his family amU including includingi
his wife three sons and a daughter daughterI
111 Several Months MonthsI MonthsHe
He > had been in poor health for sev several ¬
eral months suffering with 1th chronic In Intestinal inestinal ¬
testinal t nephritis The trouble which whichcontributed whi whichcontributed < h hcontributed
contributed directly to his death was wascardiac wascardla wascardiac
cardiac failing I
At his bedside besides his wife Mrs MrsLucy MrsLucr MrsLucy
Lucy A Graham were his two sonsof sons sonsof sonsoC
of this city cItEdward Edward C Graham of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the National Electric Supply Com Compemy Compn Compsaty
pemy pn and George G Graham A third thirdson thirdson thirdson
son Chester B Graham of New York Yorkand Yorkand
and his only daughter Mrs Van A APotter APotter
Potter of Lynbrook L 1 I L were present pres present present ¬
Funeral Tomorrow TomorrowFuneral TomorrowFuneral TomorrowFuneral
Funeral services to be conducted conductedby
by b the Rev A H lL Thompson Thomp on will be beheld beheld beheld
held at the house at 9 911 Saturdaymorning Saturday Saturdaymorning Saturdamorn
morning morn Ins followed ton owed by b interment in inArlington iaArllnston1 isrlington
Arlington A The pallbearers have not notyet notyet notyet
yet been selected although it is probable probable prob probable ¬
able that many of them will be chosen chosenfrom cbOllcntrom
from among his associates of war wardays
days daysAt dasAt daysAt
At the > time of his death Mr Grahamwas Graham Grahamwas Grahamwas I
was superintendent of the Eastern Market Mar Market Marketo ¬
ket a position he has held under the theDistrict t e I
District Di trlct government for twentyoneyears twentyone twentyoneyears tentyoneears
years ears Prior to that and immediatelyafter Immediately Immediatelyafter Immediatelyafter
after his coming to Washington he was wasemployed waseml wasemployed
eml employed ed as a policeman at the Capitol Capitolholding Catltolhokllng Capitolholding
holding the position po Uioft for twentythre twentythreyears t1entythrywrs twentythreeyears
Lived In IllinoisHit Illinois IllinoisHis DIinoisBill
His early oarl life was 8 spent in Warren Warreacounty Warrencoanty Warrencount
count county Illinois where he was born bornAugxst bornAugust
August AU JI t 30 > > ISM He entered the civil civilwat chUwar civilwat I
war wat at the age a age of seventeen servingfirst serving servingfirst sorvlaftfirst
first in Company C of the Eightythird EightythirdIllinois EiCbtthkdI1l1nol Eight ilak d
Illinois I Volunteers Y 1unteers and an subsequently MI U ftUy be being beIng ¬
ing transferred to Company E of the theSixtyfirst theSlxtftr theSixtyfirst
Sixtyfirst Slxtftr t Illinois Volunteers VolunteersAt Volunte VolunteAt
At the close c of the war he moved to toGrundy toGrund toGrundy
Grundy Grund county Iowa IowaOn IowaOn IowaOn
On December 21 1 Uti 19 6 Mr Grahamorganized Graham Grahamorganized
organized orS Rlzed the B F Graham Camp CampNo Campo CampNo I
No o 1 It Sons of Veterans He was wa an anactive anactive anactive
active member of the Grand Army Armyof Armvof
of the th Republic and was as a past Nl8t commander com i jmander imander
mander of Farragrut Post He was a amember amember amember
member of the Old Guard of the Dis District District Dietrict ¬
trict with the rank of lieutenant at atthe atthe atthe
the time of his deathIt death deathIt
It was stated at the residence that thatfuneral thatnhe
it has n not peen decided whether er the
nhe 1n l1re gfAd gfAdd I Iplc
funeral 1 will be held under d the aus auspices a auspices ¬
pices plc s of the G A It R RDivorce RDENIES
Divorce Answer to Husband HusbandFiled HusbandFiled HusbandFiled
Filed By Mrs Mary Adele AdeleHilton AdeleHilton
Hilton After MonthsAnswering Months MonthsAnswering
Answering allegations in a divorce suitbrought suit suitbrought suitbrouJht
brought in the District Supreme Court Courtby Courtby
by her husband Harry HalT L Hilton last lastspring
spring Mrs rr8 Mary ary Adele Hilton demos demosshe denosshe detl108she I
she used a substitute baby to cement cementthe cem cementthe nt
the matrimonial union four years ears ago agowhen RIOwhen agowhen I
when the couple were married marriedMrs marriedMrs marriedMrs
Mrs Hilton charges char e that her husband husbandused husbandused husbandused
used bad faith in marrying her as hedeserted he hedeserted hedCferted
deserted her the same day da the nuptial nuptialknot nuptialknot nuptialknot
knot was as tied by b the Rev J J B Mac MacLaughlln MacLaurhJln MacLaughlin
Laughlln in the presence of representa representatives representative ¬
tives th of the United States Attorneys Of Office OCftce Oflice ¬ I
lice at the courthouse She denies she sheused sheused
used any coercion in persuading Hilton Hiltonto I
to marry marr her and adds that he has con contributed contrlbuti contributed ¬
tributed trlbuti nothing to her support supportThe 8upporLThe
The husband seeks to obtain a divorce divorceor
or an annulment of the marriage on th thgrounds the thegrounds thegrounds °
grounds that coercion was 8 used and andj an anthat d
j that his wife was as untrue untrueCitizens untrueITAFT
Citizens to Confer Con fer With WithPresident WithPresident h
President Before Recom Recommendations Recommendations Recommendations ¬
mendations to Congress CongressNeeds
Needs of the District to be recom recommended recommended ¬
mended by Prisldent Taft In his forth forthcoming forthcoming ¬
coming message messa to Congress Con ess are now en engaging engaging engaging ¬
gaging the attention o fthe Chief Exe Executive Executle Ex ExclltlyC e ¬
cutive cutiveHe cutleHe
He has Invited a number of District Districtcitizens Districtcitizens Distri Districitizens ct
citizens to the White House to o talk over overInformally overIftfornaally ove oveinformally r
Informally the legislation which which the Dis District District Dieshould ¬
trict should obtain during the e next ses session sesHion seeatomtrier ¬
sion atomtrier atomtrierThose Those invited Include the District DistrictCommissioners DistrictCommissioners Distrl et
Commissioners who will go o fully Cull into intothe Intothe int °
the question of the Districts budget the theImprovement theImprovement th thImprovement
Improvement of o street schools play playgrounds pla plagrounds playgrounds ¬
grounds and Rock Creek Park ParkIt ParkIt ParkIt
It was said at the White House today todaythe redo todathe y yrho
the President has not outlined his hisi hisrecomm hi hir s
i recommendations recomm datlons
Speed S peed Trials Begin Despite DespiteHigh DespiteHigh DespiteHigh
High Winds At Bel Belmont Belmont Belmont
PARK L L Oct nA 27 A courtship eotIIt P of ofdeath ofdeath ofdeath
death opened the official flights hts of this thisafternoon thhlafternoon thisafternoon
afternoon in the international l aviation aviationtourney svlatibntourney viatloAtournttY
tourney when John B > Iatssant t J J JFrisbee JFri8 JFrisbee
Fri8 Frisbee Charles K K Hamilton it aet4toa and andWalter aMr andWaltsr
Walter r r Brooking aonotmeat aau IIIIpU tacid GIII that de desiMlli d d8UM dthe
8UM the teraTetnona tempestuous t wind 1114 which was wassweeping wasweeping as assWeetng
sweeping s in n from the westward e < < WIUd theyould they theywould tlteywould
would w ould start in the international elimina elimination elbatntlon elimination ¬
tion trials trialsAlthough trl1 trl1Althoup trialsAlthough
Although it was wa deemed close clo e to tosuicide tosuicide
suicide to challenge death in the high highwind highwind highwind
wind the men tuned up their aero aeroplanes aeroplan aeroplanes ¬
planes plan Brookins pinning his hope lope to tothe tothe tothe
the new Wright bury baY racer Friable Friableto Fr1a le leto
to his Rochester Roch ter biplane Motosant 1I t to tohis tohill
his Bteriot rlot monoplane m noplal1e and Hamilton to tohis tohis t this
his own biplane biplaneIt
It was as then announced that the other otherstarters otherstarters r
starters In tabe elimination trials would wouldprobably wouldproblbI wouldprobably
probably be Orville Wright J J C Bud BudMars Bud1la BudMars
Mars 1la Charles F Wlllard I tilard Eugene E ene Elyand Ely Elyand Elyand
and J McCurdy McCurdyThe McCurdyThe cCurd cCurdThe
The echo of the fiveminute bombannouncing bomb bombannouncing bombannou
announcing annou lng that the kmgwaJtedfor kmgwaJtedforelimination Jon Jongwaftedolimination < < waltedfor waltedforfUmlnation r
elimination e contest would ould be on hardly
di diM d ied d away aa when Johnston John ton and Hoxsey Hoxseyof
of the Wright right camp left their tents tentsboth tentsboth tentsboth
both again competing for altitude rec records recoros recrds ¬
ords o rds Following < < them came Latham In Inhis Inhis n nhis
his Antoinette In a struggle struc < < 1e for the thehourly thehourh thehourly
hourly distance dtata e price priceRace priztoRace priuRace
Race For Statue StatueIn
In addition to the elimination ellmln tlon contest contestto e4 centesto nte tH tHto
to decide the American team in the in international International international ¬
ternational cup race postponed po tponed from fromyesterday fromyet4terda f fyesterday rota
yesterday because of the high winds windsfamous wtftdsCamous windsfamous
famous aviators were tuning tunln up their theirmachines theirmachines iheimachines r
machines early earl for the Statue of o Lib Liberty Liberty Li Licrtp b ¬
erty night which hlch Orville Wright Wrl ht de declared dtclared dedared ¬
clared to mean certain death deathDespite deathDespite deathDespite
Despite Wrights rights prediction four avi avtatom aviators aviators ¬
ators announced their intention of flying flyingto g
to Liberty Libert Statue from the park in an aneffort anettort a aeffort n 1
effort to win the prize of 10004 lO OIt otter otterby offered offeredby otreredb
by b Thomas Thom s F Ryan to the first man manwho manwho ma mawho n
who makes the trip tripThree tripThree tripThree
Three of those who said they woulfl woulflattempt woul woulattempt I Iattempt
attempt the flight I ht were Americans an and andone andone I Ione
one an Englishman Those who announced an announced announced ¬
nounced their Intention of starting wereJ were wereJ
J J Armstrong Drexel millionaire aria aviator aylator ariator ¬
tor of Philadelphia Blerlot monoplane monoplaneJ
J J McCurdy cCurd American Curtiss biplane biplaneJ
J B Moseant Mos ant American Blerlot mono monoplane monoplane monoplane ¬
plane James Radley Englishman EnglishmanBleriot EngUshmanBlerlot EnglishmaBleriot n
Bleriot monoplane monoplaneTne
Tne elimination race ra < e Is for American Americaflyers Amen can canrrers n I Iflyerg
flyers only on I The three aviators makin makinthe making makingthe makingth g
the th < fastest Ca test time > over the > 10oydfometecourse MoKilometer MoKilometercourse lootnomelerCOI1 r
course COI1 are to act as to he American team teamIn tea m
in the contest for the Gordon Bennett Bennetttrophy Bennetttroph Elennettrophy t
trophy troph which was won on last year ear a aRheims at atRheims atRhellnt t
Rheims by Glenn Curllss CurllssLatham CuciissLatham ut1lssLatham
Latham Gets Racer RacerHubert RacerHubert RacerHubert
Hubert Latham at 1 oclock this thismorning thismornin thh thhmorning s
morning mornin received his MOhorsepower MOhorsepowerAntoinette lOOhorscl 10GhorsepoweAntoinette > Ower OwerAntoinette r
Antoinette racer which he will willuse wHluse wi Il
use in the big bl Gordon Bennett race of ofSaturday oCSaturda o oSaturday
Saturday Saturda The complaints of Lathaand Latham Lathamand Lathamand m
and Le Blanc against the course have havebeen havobeen hay haybeen o
been adjusted and it is s now definitely definitelyassured definitelyaf definite definiteassured Y
assured af > Sure41 that the Frenchmen will par participate parUelpate partlcipate ¬
ticipate In the premier event eventTodays evcnLTodars eventTodays
Todays program was as follows followsElimination tollowsElimination followsElimination
Elimination trials for the American Americanteam Americanteam Americateam n
team which will compete for the In International International international ¬
ternational cup postponed from yes yesterday yesterda yesterday ¬
terday terda on account of the wind 9 a ato m mto Into
to 530 p m mHourly mHourly mHourly
Hourly distance and hourly altitude altitude2JO altitude1O altitudJO e
2JO JO 1O to 330 p m mGrand InGrand mGrand
Grand altitude contest 4 p m mFllght ntJlght mFlight
Flight from Belmont Park to Statue Statueof Stat Statof u e
of Liberty encircling encfrcUn It then back uo to toBelmont toBelmont t o
Belmont Park for JWOOO ltOOO prize offered offeredby ofIeredb oftereby d
by b Thomas F Ryan 246 16 to 530 pFAMOUS p m mFAMOUS mIAMOUS
TOULOUSE France Oct 27 27T 27Tfamous 7The 7Thefamous The Thefamous he heas
famous University of Toulouse found foundtd foundtd fourtd d
td In n the thirteenth century w wswept was wasswept wasswept as asd
swept by fire today todayTwo todayTwo
Two thousand students helped fight fightthe fightthe tlgl tlglthe t t
the fire The famous amous library llbrat of the theuniversity theunhersfty ti to
university the biggest and most co corehensive com comprehensive comprehensive ¬
prehensive In the world was d de destroyed dAstrored ¬
stroyed stroyed The buildings of the schools schoolsof schooof s
of medicine and pharmacy and those thosehousing thosehoualn the s e
housing the faculty facult were consumed consumedThe consumedThe consumedThe
The actual loss to the buildings buildingsestimated Is Isestimated JsI s
I estimated to be at least lOOdeO 100 90i but butthe butthe be t
the loss from the destruction of rare rareworks rat ratworks e
works of art books of medicine an antiqultlos anUqultl a r rtiquitioa n
tiqultlos Uqultl and medical instruments instrumentswill lnstrumenwill nis is
I will be several times as great Pro Professors Proressors Pr o ¬
lessors declare that many of the themedical themedical t tmedical h e
medical works can never be replaced replacedII hd d
New N ew Washington and Balti Baltimore Baltimore Baltimore ¬
more Transt Company CompanyThreatened CompanyThreatened CompanyThreatened
Threatened ThreatenedTIME ThreatenedTIME ThreatenedTIME
Extension Denied and Local Com Companies Companies Companies ¬
panies Refuse to Grant Ex Exchange Exchange Exchange ¬
change of Transferst Transfers TransfersStatus TransfersStatus
Status of o f the e TwoMile TwoMileCharter T TwoMileCharter cwoMileCharter
Charter Line LineCharter LineCharter LineCharter
Charter of new Washington and aadBaltimore andBaltimore andBaltimore
Baltimore Transit Company in indanger indanger indanger
danger of being annulled because becauseof
of delay in operating cars carsGasolene carsGasolene carsGasolene
Gasolene car placed on track run running running running ¬
ning from Fourteenth and Ken Kennedy Kennedy Kennedy ¬
nedy streets to Takoma Park ParkOfficers ParkOffieers ParkOfficers
Officers of new company threaten threatenlegal threatenlegal threatenlegal
legal action against Capital Trac Traction Traction Traction ¬
tion Company if its transfers are arerefused
I Irefused irefused
refused refusedCommissioners refusedCommissioners refusedCommissioners
Commissioners will place informa information informstion information ¬
tion concerning alleged failure ofcompany of ofcompany ofcompany
company to comply with requirements require requirements requirements ¬
ments of charter before UnitedStates United UnitedStates UnitedStates
States district attorney attorneyThe
The new BC Washington and Baltimore BaltimoreTransk BaIUraoreTraDSk BaltimoreTransit
Transit Company which has Just j t start started started started ¬
ed a gasolene car on a twomile tra track traekconn trackconnecting k kconnecting
conn connecting Ctln Tacoma Park with the Fowteenth four fourteenth Pow Powteenth ¬
teenth street line at Kennedy KeDftedyMrthwe street streetnorthwest streetnorthwest
northwest t today faces a loss of e ICe ttscharter ICeeharter itscharter
charter because of delay in putting < < Us 1tfIcars itsearn Uscars
cars in operation operationThe eleI3tleRTbe egerailxeThe
The company Mlllpa which is I headed hy hyWashington bruhbtgten byashlsgten
Washington real estate te man etNIIIa etNIIIaubdtvi ojanlng oyeMaQsubdtvislemu ojanlngfnibdtvialentfnwlen
subdtvislemu fnibdtvialentfnwlen ubdtvi leJW le Its traelat ra kN is Ii readyt0 ready readyto re4l re4lto
to run a gasolene car according to a aschedule aschedYie aschedule
schedule submitted te the CommhMMon CommhMMoncrs eo eoerB
era crsThis This schedule wit be approved so that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the little road may run Its cars pend peedug ¬
hag t ug an investigation Jnve8t1 ation of its legal status statusby ItatWiby saranby
by the United states District Dt trtct Attorney AttorneyTrouble AttOna4lTTrouble AttorneyTrouble
Trouble Over TransfersMore Transfers TransfersMore Transferslore
More trouble Is expected when theompany the theeODlpAny
company c begins to issue Je ue transfers tothe to tothe 1
the Capital Traction Companys Four I Iteentb
teenth t street line with which hlch it claims
to have made an agreement It is isunderstood Saunder isunderstood
understood under tood conductors on the CapitalTraction Capital CapitalTraellon
Traction ears will 111 be ordered to issue issueno
no transfers to the new Mae Ji or to re receive receive renerve
ceive transfers > issued by the tn8 tEte 1 Transit
Company CompanyThe I
The trouble over the legal status ofj oC oCth ofthe
th the road came about through the al alleged alleged I II i
leged I ged failure of the e company to have havea
a car carrying Clirr lng passengers by May ay 2 2The 21 21The t tThe I
The original charter was granted by
Maryland but an application to enter enterthe i ithe
the District was approved by Congress Congresson 8 8on
on May ay 2 21 1948 This act provided that thatunless thatuRICSti thatunless
unless line of said railway shall shancompleted b bcompleted be becompleted
completed with cars running runni regularly
for the accommodation of passengers passengerswithin pas engenr engenrIthln
within Ithln two years ears the charter shalLbe shalLbevoid shall shallbeveld be beold
void old
Expected More Time TimeOfficers TimeOfftcers
Officers of the company declare they theywere I
were assured by the District Commisstoners Commis Commissioners
stoners that an extension of time would wouldbe ould ouldbe
be granted This Thisas was denied by Com Commissioner Comml5Sloner ¬
missioner W V Yo V Judson today The Tnedelay Thedela
delay dela was said to have been caused ca bya by bya
a decision to t introduce gatfOtene g fle cars carsand anland
and that the new ne cars would not work worksatisfactorily worksatlsactorlIY worksatisfactorily
satisfactorily satisfactorilyTne satisfactorily1ne
1ne retuMi teLu + t of the Capital TractionCompany Traction TractionCompany TractionCom
Company Com pan to recognize the alleged transfer trans transfer tra trafer ¬
fer agreeemnt will rt itl be followed Imme Immediately Immediately immediately ¬
diately by a writ Iit of mandamus com compelling compeJllng cointhe ¬
pelling the interchange of transfers ac according according ¬
cording to A F Lerch attorney for or ne nenew nenew e enew
new road roadThe roadThe roadThe
The question of transfers does oes not notcome notcome ut utcome
come under the jurisdiction of the Com Commissioners Commissioners CornmisafonerK ¬
missioners according to Major William WilliamV imam imamV
V Judson JudsonAs JudsonAs Jud on onAs
As soon as our schedule sc edule is approved approvedby
by b the Commissioners said A L F FLerch FLerch
Lerch legal representative of o the cem
pony J > n today tO ay we will ask fora for a man mandamus mndamus
damus compelling the Capital Traction TractionCompany TractionCompan
Company to Issue and receive transfers transfersfrom transfersCrom
from our lineIntend line lineIntend lineIntend
Intend To Hold Charter CharterThe CharterThe CharterThe
The mere fact that we e could not notcomplete notcomplete
complete the road on scheduled time will willnot willnot
not be the cause of the forfeiture of the thecharter th thcharter
charter Similar cases have been tried triedin triedIn
in the United States courts and in no noinstance noInstance
instance has a charter been declared declaredvoid declaredvoid
void where there was reason for the thedelay thedelay
delay delaylti
We W e hold we had cars running on onthe onthe onthe
the new line within the time limitWhether limit limitWhether ltmlLYbether
Whether they the were running within the therequirements therequirement3
requirements of the charter mcv be bedlsputec bedlsputec bedisputec
dlsputec by the Commissioners but bu we webelieve webelieve webelieve
believe they the were wereActing wereActin
Acting Actin upon the alleged assurance of ofthe orthE o othe f
the Commissioners Mr Terrill said saidtoday s1dtoday
today the cars went sent to the shop shopto she sheto p
to be overhauled and when the first firstcar ftr firs firscar < 5t 5tcar t
car was as operated satisfactorily the thecompany thecompany
company submitted a schedule 5 < to the theCommissioners th thCommissioners h e
Commissioners for approval They were werethen werethen
then told Mr Terrill said that the thecharter thecharter th e
charter was void according aceordln to the theterms theterms th thterms e
terms termsROME termsAEROPLANE
ROME RO IE Oct 2T Zion On the military militarygrounds militarygrounds
grounds at Ccntoaolle today toda Lieuten Lieutenant Lieutenant ¬
ant Sieglettcs SI8 lettes aeroplane fell while he hewas hewas h e
was descending Instantly killing kmln him himThose htmThose
Those who saw sa the aocWoat could give giveno g1eno glv glvno o
no cause for It The machine was gild glWing gilding
ing beautifully to the earth when 3 it itsuddenly Itsuddenly t
suddenly tipped Slegletto made a dee deeperate detperate
perate effort to right it but clutched a at atthe atthe t
the levers in n vain
Irate Parents on Car to Rockville to Stop MarriageWouldBe Marriage MarriageWouldBe J1arriageXlouldBe
WouldBe Husband on Way Back LicenseClerk License LicenseClerk LiceBseClerk
Clerk Stony Hearted
White one of the parties Dlti to a youthtbleloplnt youthful youthfulatamtttK JoutbtuloIoIMatt
atamtttK trip trt I te hurry t < urry IIIT lee back t4I t Wash Washington w wIItHllll Washlpgta ¬
ington froIb f > iOfcpfcvae > uvMe wntoesnpt IItHllll t to Ie Iethe got gotthe 11 11the
the ee COIIMIit c ant of fete agents u and a + ttl tnose u e of ofthe ecthe o othe
the ladye fair to the marriage marriage ma oi U uCOUIMtt tbs tbscouple e ecouple
couple two irate mothers mot areon 011 011way i iway ler lerway
way a Rockville Roclty le from rom this CIty to se sethai He Hetha seethat I
thai tha the t proposed ceremony ee T Is not per performed 1 1tormod ¬
formed formedIt ormecIIt
1 I
It all happened just because Robert Robertloved Robertktved Robertbred
loved Virginia YlrdAIatbelr their last Ia t names are areMarmioa arelanmn areMarndint
Marmioa and Darden respectively re respectivelyand respectivelyandbecause p CI CIbecau and andbecause
because becau e their respective v mothers when j
they the heard heI of 0 the match tcb said XoBack Xo I
Back in the days of o her pigtails pl < < taU and andspring andspring
spring heels 18 Virginia VlrgtJ 8 P Darden D rden whoresides who wbore81dM
resides at 1125 Thirteenth street met metRobert
Robert T Marmion who has his home homeat bOlDat homeat
at 211C 115 P street and it was only an another another another ¬
other instance of love at first sight sightall sl sightall bt btan
all over again Indeed the little god godwithout godwithout od odwitbout
without clothes had to laugh in his hiswinghe hiswinghe
wing winghe he hasnt any sleeve sleeveat at the theease tbe18w
ease with which hICh the tb two fell victims victimsto
to his 18w shafts shaftsTroaWe shaftsTrouble f I i
Trouble Just Beta BeguaBut Be I I 1
But the troubles of the couple eeo had hadonly hadonly
only begun When the th mothers of the theparties theprt1e5 theparties I
parties got ot wind of the affair some timeattlo time timea tIMeao
a ao they determined to do all that they theycould tMYoould theycould
could to break It up But although al hough h theyforbade they theyforbade theyforbade
forbade the two to write Iite to each other otherand otherand otherand
and threatened dire things if they ever evermet evert evermet
met t the little god persisted pent ted in his b work workand
and the love went on onFmfcly onFtDk1y onFtmty
Fmfcly Mrs Darden said that she hadhad had hadhad hadhad
had enough of the whole affair and that
she was going to put Virginia in a con convent convent ¬
vent Accordingly Accordinglysbe she made arrange arrange arrangements arrangetneats
meats to have Virginia placed in a con
j I President Directs That Ap Appointments Appointments Appointments ¬
pointments Be Made Re Regardless Regardless Regardless ¬
gardless of Party PartyPresident PartyPrestden
I Ipre
President pre kien Taft ait has directed that thei the theappointment
i i appointment of experts for the tariffboard tariff tariffboard tr14ri
i board shall not be based on partisan partisanlines partisanlines anI
i lines nor nor made in return for political politicalservices pelttiealsenlces peifticalservices I
services rendered any party partyIn IMLrt partyIn
In other words the President pro proposes proposes proposes ¬ I
poses that the work of the tariff boardstealll board boardshall
shall be as independent of party politics politicsas lttics j jas I Ii
i as that of the Interstate Commerce Commercei CommerceComml53lon CommerceCommission t
i Commission the Supreme Court or any anyother an another anyother
other Judicial or semijudicial body bodyconnected bodyconnected bodyconnected
connected with the Government GovernmentAn
An extract from a letter written hy byrho hythe I II Ithe
t the President In response to the pw pwlitkal
I litkal tit al claims of an applicant whose whosename wMsename
name is s not made public follows followsI folio folioi
i I have directed my office to Indi Indicate 1mBCato ¬ j I Icate
cate in all communications on this thisgeneral thisgeneral
general subject on appointments of
the tariff board that I desire those em employed emploed employed ¬
I ployed as 8 experts to be employed employedentirely emploedontirel employedentirely
entirely ontirel regardless of their services to toany toI toany
I any an particular party partyThe partyI partyThe
The attitude of the President t is that thatslstod thatthe
I the board Is to be compose composed ot and as asI assistod
slstod by b experts without regard to toparty topart topart
I part aftiliationsPRESIDENT affiliations affiliationsPRESIDENT affiliationsPRESIDENT
President Taft has accepted an in invitation inStatlon invitatlon ¬
vitation to drop by the Commercial CommercialI
I Club on his return from a horsebackride horseback horsebackride horsebaclc
ride temorrdw afternoon The Press PresiIdent PrNldent
dent will 111 reach the club house h6U e about I
I 6 oclock a and d will be informally en 011tertalned eatertained
kertained tertalned by its members membersHe
I He will probably fce the guest ttest of ofthe I Ithe
I the club for an hour or more
vent or orcould sumo other place WIMre she shecould e e00U1d
could not most m ot Robert JIobertVlrwi Robert13ttt j
9ut Virginia Vlrwi not wind ec the 1h dire dIMa nfetJ nfetJplot
s + 4 aha and M bert framed a Idle Idleplot
plot of their own whereby they t er WeaM wwute j
run off to Rockville and get mxr matr matrAccorditutly ed edA d dAcconttnitiy
Acconttnitiy A clY they took the tram for th thlocal UN thelocal
local Oretna Green this morning and ar arrfarod arrsd
rfarod rb then about noon noonClerk DOOnClerk noonClerk
Clerk Preves OfeaBrate OfeaBrateA
A precious threequarters of an hoewas hour hourwas r
was spent looking for the license dork dorkout k
but they t anally located him andert and lid Rob Robert R Rert ¬
ert applied for the license When the
I license se clerk saw W that their theirNothing sase were weresbtoen >
sixteen and a1 alaeteeo alaeteeosaid tee he heaid
aid aidNot
Nothing Not mS doing or similar words WOIdaFor
For there has been a new law panned pu ed la
Rockville which will do away with run runaway naaawa runSway ¬
away awa marriages between legal infanta infantaualoKs lilt iefunless k
unless unJ then have the permission iadon of their theirparents UNlrparents theiparents r rcoon
parents This of course course the young youngcouple YOIUICcouple y ycouple I
couple did not have haveSo ha haveSo ft ftSo
So crestfallen ere ttaJ1eD they asked the cleric clericwhat cJertcwbat clerkwhat
what they should do Fotlowtnc FoIlewI C his h hadvice e
advice htce they made out an application fur fura f fa ur
a license HVen 1MIe which Marmion tucked tucfc d over overhis ovehis r
his heart and lid started for the city to try
to get the parents IflttM signatures natur to the theut theju th thjust
ut Just ju about this time thepar the parents parentsgot parelt5got ent entgot s
got wind of the little escapade pade a athey and andthey aMthey
they too started rteel for Roekviile Roekvilktrain their theirtrain thirtrain
train passing the one Xarmioa wasen was on onen Often
en route routeWhat routehat routehat
What hat the outcome of o the affair will willremains be beremains Mremains
remains to be seen The fond fondwill parents parentswill prflatwl11
will not consent eoa ent to atta attaching their theirnames thenames r rne
names to Roberts application and thus thusthe thusthe th ththe ne I
the youthful Outbtul Paul and Virginia a aagain are areagain areagaIn re
again Just where they started < < for the theproverbial tbeproverbial th thproverbial e
proverbial adamant adamant is like lIk soft son soncompared soap soapcompared I
compared to the attitude of the thelicense marriage marriagelicense e i
license clerk at Rockville Rod ille when it comes comesto comesto cometo s
to marrying persons under the legal Ie age a
300000 LOSS LOSSBusiness LOSEBusiness
Business District Threatened Threatenedfor Threatenefor d
for Time By Early Morn Morning Morning Morning ¬
VICTORIA British Cohtmbta Oct OctThe 27 27The 24The
The The whole business s district of Victoria Victoriawas VJetorlawu Vict Victwas ode oderxeorrt
was threatened by iire nre early thisbag this II morn morning JROlnIA ¬
IA bag but after several seYer hours ours of ftghtng ftghtngthe glltD glltDthe ghtnthe rxeorrtg g
the firemen succeeded suceee4 M la getting the thenames theflaMes t tflames he
flaMes under control ontrolTh controlThe OORtrolTAe
The Th e damage dAmageis dAmageisSome JB tMMOH UhlSome tMMOHSome
Some of the citys finest ftne t buildings are areiu areIa a re rebe
iu Ia ruins today and a several yachts > aehta in the theharbor thebarber t tharbor be
harbor were ignited by flying sparks sparksSpencers 3INLrk1iSPeDCerS asarkSpencers s
Spencers department store valued raineda at ata a aa
a quarter of a million mtlll ll dollars dolla was the thescene the8Cene t tscene
scene of the fires origin kL The Driard DriardHotel DrlaaHotel d
Hotel was destroyed and the Tunes TunesPemberton and andPemberton andPeMberton
Pemberton buildings buUditt gutted guttedMilitia guttedMilitia guttedMilitia
Militia and troops from the West WeMPoint W WPoint
Point garrison g rrl8Oll were called out to help helpthe helpthe h hthe etp
the firemen For a time it lookedthough looked ae aethough
though the fire would sweep sw a big bintion sec section secUon s ¬
tion of the 1e city el y and the soldiers were werepressed werepreesed we wepressed re
pressed into service then The T soldiers soldiersacted sohUwsacted soldb soldbacted
acted in n the double capacity of eQand e police policeand P ltee lteeand
and firemen helping bold back backcrowds k the thecrowds thecrowds th e ef
crowds and manning the fireftsnting fireftsntingapparatus firea fireflapparatus f tt t tapp
apparatus apparatusFOURTEEN app apparatusFOURTEEN ratus ratusFOURTEEN
NORFOLK Va Oct 27 27The The grand grandjury graDdjUI S Sjury rood
jury jUI today returned fourteen more moreagainst in indictments l ldlc ¬
dictments dlc J 6lltB against the judges judt > es of elec elections electioD8 eh ehlions ¬
lions li o ns nsfolk in the courthouse precinct of Nor Norfolk N or orfolk ¬
folk city ett during durt the Democratic Con Congressional COftre8s1onal C Cgressional ¬
gressional re8s1onal primary of August A 3S 3SOut 1Out + I IOtlt
Out of 135 D witnesses wttae ees forty said saiddid L they theydid > ay
did dldJtet not vote v4 te though their t names Me6 were wererecorded wererecorded w wrecorded er e
recorded on the poll OIl books as voting
Matter Adjusted to Satisfac Satisfaction Satisfaction Satisfaclion ¬
tion of Producers and andHealth andHealth andHealth
Health Office OfficeORDER OfficeORDER OfficeI OfficeORDER
PASSAGE OF LAWS LAWSAgreement LAWSAgreement LAWSAgreement
Agreement Needs Only Approval Approvalof
of Commissioners to Become BecomeEffective BecomeEffective BecomeEffective
Effective EffectiveCompromise EffectiveCompromise EffectiveCompromise
Compromise Reached on onTuberculin onT onTuberculin
Tuberculin T TestSatisfactory Test TestSatisfactery TestSatistactery
Satisfactory agreement reached with withHealth withHealtll withHealth
Health Department concerning tu tubercaKn t1lerC1 ttibercnlin
bercaKn erC1 n test te t order er rd er r by Representa Representative ¬
tive Carlin ef f Virginia VirginiaSabered Virg VirginiaBelieved ia iaBelieve
Believe fiat department will ask askCesj askCemHi askCeleners
CemHi Celeners Cesj Rieners s eE rs permission to topscipeae top topostpone
postpone p tpeDe enforcing erder nntilLegislatures until untilLegislatures 1mtilL
Legislatures L t1tres of f Virginia and andHaryiasd andl andMaryland
Maryland l ryaM convene cenveaPassage cenVeHPusage convenePassage
Passage ef reimbursement act by byVirgiaia byVirVtia byVirginia
Virginia body be y practically assured assuredaccording ueredaccerdiRr assuredaccording
according te Representative Car CarMa CarMarylud CarMaryland
Ma MaMaryland
Maryland priMers regard settle settieaeat settlemellt settlemeat
meat arranged by y Virginia rep representatives repreeeatatives repreeatatives ¬
resentatives with Health Officeas Office
J as highly tig ly satisfactory satisfactoryThe
The matter of tb the tuberowta test or order orIIer order ¬
der baa been bee adjusted aalju ted with the t e HeaJtbOf HealthOffice Health HealthOCnee
Office Of Ace to the complete satisfaction of ofthe orthe ofthe
the milk lit producers of Virginia VStniadaTbls VirginiaTills VtrgbdaTtII8
Tills statement was mane today 14 by byeprc b bC byRe1aeeatadr
Re1aeeatadr eprc gnUttv C C Cartt of orwIto Vrgaa Vrgaawfco 9r a
wfco represented d the M e interests of the thefanners thef
farmers f at a conference wnV with HealthOefteer HealthOfiior Health HeaJth0tJieer
Oefteer W We C Woodward WoodwardThe 00tIwanL 00tIwanLThe
The Th e nature of the adjustment adju tBteat will not notbe DOtbe notbe
be made public until the M return retu of e Com Commissioner ComJIdIJstoIIer ContmI ¬
missioner mI sioner John A Johnston to his desk deskat deskat deskat
at the District building But it is under understood DJMIerstQo4 understood ¬
stood that the health of of1Ieer fleer has I > > s agreedprovided agreed agreedproval agreedpIOYWed
provided the p plan meets with Ute ap appnwaI
proval of the C
Commiooloners rs to sus suspend susthe ¬
pend the tuberculin test erder until the theVirginia theand thethgfnla
Virginia and Maryland legttatwec Iegl latWM meet meetand meetaDd meetaxed
and hare an opportunity opportu tty te pass meas measures J8eSures ¬
ures reimbursing retm farmers for
con condemned eoncIeMae4 condetnaed ¬
demned cattle cattleSatisfactory eattJeSafactery
Satisfactory Te All AHThough AllTbotgb
Though he spoke only for the t e farmers farmersof
of his own ow State Mr r Cart 0u1III said w be be believed beed ¬
lieved ed the adjustment Bt was eijuaJty sat satisfactory satWaetorr ¬
isfactory to the producers 0 of Maryland MarylandThe MarytandThe
The talk with Dr Woodward followed follo9 ed a alengthy ay alengthy
lengthy y conference at Mr Carlms Ca IIas of offlce orlice offlee
lice last Ia t evening at which members of ofthe ortlM
the executive committee of o the Produc Producers ¬
ers Association Senator Thomas TIMN Mar 3dsrtin Martin XarU ¬
tin U o of Virginia v and D W Baker repre representing represe tepreseating ¬
seating se Uac Maryland farmers were present presentThat presentThat
That the Virginia Legislature will willpass willpull
pass promptly an a appropriation for r the thereimbursement ther
reimbursement r of 0 farmers is the apin apinkm n nion
km of Mr lr Caritas CariiaTheir CultaThelr
Their attitude was shown by the theact theact
act of the last session of the body when whenthey whenthey
they made provision pr8Vi loft to pay p y farmers fannersfor tarmersfor
for voluntary submission to the test te t
That the producers Millllle rs Jumped at this opportnnity op opportunity 0pportUnity ¬
portunity was shown by the fact aet thatthe that thatthe thattbe
the appropriation Oft was used u ed up in inshort a aabort aabort
abort time
Maryland la LineThe Line LineThe LineThe
The attitude of the Maryland XaryIa XaryIaJature Legis Legislature Legislature ¬
lature was as equally favorable said MrCaritas Mr MrCarMu MrCarll
Caritas CarMuI CarllhI
hI I am aassured assured hy Mr r Baker he said saidand saidalld saidand
and by John Thomas president pre ldeat of the theI
Producers Association who 110 is a Mary ¬
I land man that there is little doubt dou t that
the Maryland Legislature Le < < f8lature w will ll fall in
line with the Virginia body In this thismatter thl thlmatter thismatter
matter matterFinal matterFIDal
Final action on the matter must be betaken betaken iretakes
taken by the entire board aceordlacr to
Commissioner Rudolph It will not be beacted beacted beacted
acted on until u dl the return of Commis Commissioner CI6sIoner Coanmlcstoner ¬
sioner Johnston who has immediate immediatesupervision immediatesupervision mediate mediatetNpervtsloft
supervision of Health Ofnce affairs atYairsMr affairsMr < J Jlr
Mr lr Rudolph said saidDr sakilOR
Dr WUHam Wit L Miller a practicing practlelngphy
I physician phy in n Washington for twen tw tRBrrtty tRBrrttyseven < < ty tyytUS y yseven
seven seven years was today round of ua uai
i sound mind by a jury in the District DistrictSupreme 1 DistrictSupreme > ittr1ct ittr1ctI
I Supreme Court and ordered committed committedto
to the Government GOV ftt Hospital Ho pItl for th thj the thflIftlNLDe
j I Insane
President Pre kteat Taft may give another im important ImI ¬
portant appointment to a colored color man manFollowing manFoIIowiR tramFollowings
Following < < on the heels of the announce announcement aneet announcemeot ¬
ment t that W H Lewis of Boston Be tOll eel colored eo1wed eelseed ¬
wed will he appointed an assistant at attomey ati
i > tomey general it lei is learned today the thej thePresident
j President te 1 considering C4MUIIder aapomttnK a ai a anegro aI
I negro as subtreasurer rer at Philadelphia FJdla4elpbNI
I 12 No o selection > > hag been made hut if the thPI
1 President can and ad a suitable man for forthis forI
i I this ds place he will name him himThe h hTbe hintThe
The announcement that Charles Coo Cooterill Cootertii
terill of Toledo T will be appointed t col collector eoIlector ¬
lector of euotoats at t Honolulu hs hsbrought masbcoumt hasbrought
brought protests MOC tJI from Honolulu Citi Citizens CItizens Cttixeee ¬
zens there assort they i can furniuh all allthe 11 11M
the M material m ertal needed far nWsW iIls Federal Federaloffices FMeralla
offices la their eity and the President PrwteBtn Presidentmted
mted n not e co outside

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