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BUTUCKH1EI BUTUCKH1EIHead BUT LACK HYGIENE HYGIENEASSERTS HYGIENEASSERTSMR
ASSERTS ASSERTSMR ASSERTSMRHead MR COX COXHead
Head of Brjard Jard Takes Issue IssueWith IssueVith IssueWith
With Henry Hen P PBlair PBlair PBlair
Blair BlairVIEWS BlairVIEVS BlairVIEWS
VIEWS ARE BASED BASEDON BASEDON BASEDON
ON OBSERVATION OBSERVATIONOfficial OBSERVATIONOfficial OBSERVATIONOfficial
Official Makes Strong Plea PleaTeacbecs for forTeachers forTeachers
Teachers Retirement RetirementFund Retirementund RetirementFund
FundW Fund FundW und undw
W K v Coxs Answer to toCriticisms foCriticisms
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4 The staadard sta ard ef eStieacy eirici e > ycy amgng amgngWesfctBgtafi amangW alnengWasbiagtea
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weaH set affect acre than twen twentyfivt twentyift twentyit
tyfivt sc thirty > members bers ef the theforce tliefe
force fe forceInstead e eInstea I IInstead
Instead Instea of being verlMtrdeaed verere ed vithhnieae with withhygiene rfthhygieae
hygiene the care for papfls papflshealth pep pepi1shealth s shealtll
health is the one weak spet in inthe inthe inthe
the system systemIf systemIf
If eam esamJBtBg pVIIIi pew eyes is social socialistic soci sociistic socialis ¬
istic is teen the heads Jlea s of the theseheefe thesc1leek
seheefe scald ma beeezae he eme oat and andoat andout anaout
out outIbc socialists secialietsTbc i iThe
The standard stand rd ef efficiency theiettoyWashlnstoQ awoag awoagWashington BmOalWashillltoa
Washington school teachers t averages averageshigher a av avhigher erases erasesz I3eShIcher
higher than that of aay other large largeAmerican Ja1geAmfrioaa a aAmerioan z
American city ctjrTixis eIQori cityTi
Tixis ri is S deduction fa > made by personal personalof peIIODlrsV
rsV r seTvation OII 8 as welt as byof by byof
of U t records made in colleges eo collegessraricts by bygrade bycts
grade sraricts cts ta of WasbJagzong W ft schools 8CbooI with withyoung withjcmg withyoun
youn young men of other dues duesInstead cItie8IT dtiesInstead
Instead IT ead of be b be4ag a overcharged with wltkcare withcare nrlthcare
care for the iMiptte pII pits health aeIt the Wash Washington w wrgton Waalirrton ¬
ington rgton syntanasweak wellk point Oltlt la hygiene hygieneon hygienenn ene enenn
nn thp tltWit th < a 3rlW jrtn d W V 7 CMC Cox presMeat presMeatof pr8ewetof p r rof e
of theratBMt 1 1 aatflHimi 1H Tina toox today todayisale ftftok ftftokBlair 1IMkluue t k
luue with Henry P Blair whom wboIacharacter1MC whoto he hecharacterized hecharacte
characterized characte 1 ed a as the insurgent mem member MeIaber ertt ertthex ¬
ber of the UaeboftL boar Mr Coxs statement statementfollowed steMiae statemenfonowM t tfollowed
followed the declaration of MrIefore Mr Blair Blairwould BIatrle
Blairo
le Iefore ore the a act t 1 board oard meett meeting that thatwould Jte Jtewould > o
would investigate luve ttptetbe the efneteney 8C t the theloral tileo theloi
loral o al school system ana and 1M that the thes theschool regular regularschool
school s hoot work was betas eIa > crowded eut eutmedical by bymedical
medical inspection Pi and ether urhygMul ur 1U 1Uhygienic fttadvleed fttadvleedhygienic
hygienic Men 1fkaPlea MenPlea
Plea far Retirement 8 extent FendIn Fend FandIn FwndIn
In the coors aoorse of Ms lis statement stte teftt today todayMr todyfr toda todaMr y
ya
Mr fr Cox made 36e a strong plea for forteachers 1orteacl1ed fore a
e teachers retirement fond declaringthe declaring decJarl8 that thatthe thtthe
the faithfulness of f the Capitals In Inetractors JRstructors Msiructors
etractors deserved de erYed this ti and that if tCtbere tCtberewere ifwere there therewere
were scattered eases ca es of inetdencyus inefficiency it itwas ItW1UI
was dri due to seed a ed and faithful teachers teacherswho teacherswbo s
who should have ns e i been been eea pn penoionod lelIad ieaad ieaadago toag toagago JoBga JoBgwant
ago a ago
agoI I 1 want It understood though thoughMr said seMMr sdd1r
Mr Cox that I do not lOt believe D lleTe any aaysuch anysuch as y
such wideepr widespread w d condition COJI tdoa existsSuch extols and andsuch aadsuch
such a retirement nuiasiiit if Ifwould itwould panncfl panncflwould l
would not affect more tbaA twentyfive twentyfiveor t e Rv Rvor
or thirty of our teachers in the en enDistrict entire entireI eaUreIlistrtct
I District IlistrtctThat DistrictThat istrict istrictThat
That the individual teachers of the theCapital tlteCapital th thCapital
Capital came from better homes homesbetter had hadbetter hadbetter ha hasad d
better opportunity tor education educationself and andself andsell
self culture and averaged av higher higherthe than thanthe tAathe
the teaching force o t any y ycity Americas Americascity AmericaJ1eity
city of the size of Washington or orwas i larg largp
p was wa s th tht thMr the e oitnkm 0 1 Oft of the boards presl presltent pr rg
tent tentir int intMr t
Mr ir Cox also made some pertinent pertinentcomments pertJDentromments pertinenromments t
romments about the matter of teaching teach teachrygIene
hygiene in schools schools and ia providing OYldlDg for forthe to tothe f fthe a
the health of pupils papflsVe papJIsWe
We Ve are not running ruDDlD these tbe c schools schoolculture s as asculture aewant II IIculture
culture factories be said We Weto want wantto waJItto
to turr out men and Dd women and Del wanto to toemphasise tomphssble t tetnphasise o
< emphasise both ends of that sound soundphrase soundhrase son sonphrase
phrase hrase a sound mind hi a a sound body bodyMany BodyMany bodyMany
Many persons have not m tbesrd tbesrdadenoids heard of ofadenoids ofadenolda
adenoids as was pointed po IDted out by Mr MrStuart M MStuart MrStuart
Stuart at the board meeting the other otherday otIIerday etheday
day I would not care much fer ferteacher a ateacher ateacher
teacher who did not try to discover dleeoverphysical a aphysical ahJ81cal a
physical cause for glariag Dg dullness dun dunthe dullnessthe 01 01the n
the part of a pupil and report that t thatthe t to tothe tothe
the parent parentThe parentThe parent parentThe
The Qsesttea Q1e tJea ef Hygiene HygieneThe Hygi HygieneThe < < me meThe
The question of school hygiene hygienearose hTgieaearose hygleearose s
arose before the board when a propo proposition preposItion pr praction s Po ¬
sition to introduce an eye test among amongschool anw anwechorl Pog g gschoo
school pupils Mapl was adopted despite e plt the theopposition theO tL tLop1osidon e
opposition O losltloft of Mr Xrt Blair and W WTunnelle R V VTannelle VTunnell
Tannelle TunnelleThe TannelleThe TunnellThe
The pupils eyes could have haveexamned bees beesexanvned Deeaxam
exanvned xam Ded in the time we have havesaid spent spentIn speatIn
In talking about it ht said ilr Cox CoxI
I dont consider it sodaliein Sod Sodteacher teat for forteach a aparent
teach teacher r to be beexpected expected 10 reort t to trarent torarent a
rarent if ifs a childs eyesight 4ye iSht t is dofec dofectiv defectiv sc scar
tiv If that i socialism sodismwhole then oar oarwhole ORrwhole e ar
whole school system sytem is socialistic sodalistlean sodalistleanI and andI Dd DdI ard d
I am for socialism socialismWEATHER soeialternWEATHER oelali 3m 3mVEATHER
WEATHER REPORT REPORTA
REPORTe
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veather eather win overspread o the tJt Atfetic AtfeticStates Ati AtisD AtisD6tatee tic ttcStates
States tonight tot i kt and andFORECAST Tuesday TuesdayFORECAST y yFORBCAST
FORECAST FOR POI THE TH DISTRICTFair DISTRICT 3HSTRICTFair DISTRICTFair
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SWINDLER S iNNOCENT iNNOCENTBELIEVES INNOCENTBELIEVESHIS
BELIEVES km BELIEVESHIS BELIEVESHISNews HIS it itNews WlFE WlFENews
News of Knowlsons Arrest ArrestProves ArrestPr9ves ArrestProves
Proves Pr9ves a Shock hock toHer to toHer toHer
Her HerBALTIMORE HerBALTIMORE HerBALTII
BALTIMORE BALTII IORE WILL WILLSURRENDER WILLSURRENDER WILLSURRENDER
SURRENDER HIMAccused HIM HIMAccused HIMAccused
HIMi i
Accused Alan Will Be Brpuoht Brpuohtto BJoughtto B otight otightto
to to Capital forTrial for forTrial forTrial
Trial TrialBOSCOX TrialBOSiON TrialDos
BOSCOX Dos ox Mass Nov SI 1Slttlng 1Slttlnglit Sitting Sittingin
in n her elaborately appointed app iDted home homela souse sousela eme1B
la a e fashionable section ef Bos Boston B08tIH Boeten ¬
ton Mrs Irs Paul West today passionately passionatelydeclared paseionstetydeclared 88i ODtely ODtelyQclared
declared she would not believe the
charges of swindling that have piled piledp
up u p against her husband hu b nd who was ar arrested arrested
rested in Baltimore Saturday after be
mg l og denounced by Cardinal Gibbons Glb o s as asan
an impostor priest The information > n of ofhie ofds ofhis
his ds arrest arre reet t was a shock to t the tb truptlsjg trutfQgwife truptlsjgwife trut g gwife
wife but she declared that jlb he oe wid widnot aW aWnot U1dnet
not believe any of the charges o erge which whichre rirfch rirfchare h hare
are a re piling 1t 1Dg up against W Nest Wes or BennettKDowlsonr BennettKaowison Bennett BennettKnowteon
Knowteon KDowlsonr and Davis D v1s as he is also alsoknown alsokDowa alsoknows
known knownWest kDowaWNt knowsWest
West Ms wife and Dd four children childrenmode chIsrenme cL dren drenznsde
mode me e th tlMi tbeiz ir home b4NB at t i 7 Parry p ay rtreet rtreetBrookUae rtreet1k t treat treatBroocUae
BrookUae 1k okUae w wJ whirl hica e he leased only recent recently r gent gently ¬
ly Mrs JiIr West we t has as not seas her 9r Inw Inwbaad a aDaOO ho hoend
baad b end sine inns November 9 when he eludedthe eluded etodedthe eJctt eJcttUte
the Brookline police nor hoe he abe be heard heardof heardor heardof
of hAm until informed of his arrest arrestWife arrestWife arrestWife
Wife Astounded At Charges ChazgesIf
If he has done all these things t lag hemonad he hemust hemtlSt
must have lost his mind mID < < said aid aWHe sheHe she sheHe
He is a born senttesraa Had an II idealome Weal Wealhome Wealhome
home h ome man His trade W io lGle e vita ht 1 life ItC washis was washis W8Iris
his family familyHe familyHe tonallyHe
He was home every Ver evening and had hadno bado
no n o interest in life apart aprt from his J s Leeand homo homoaad JMMHand
and family famityIf If be has taken money it ithas It8as fthas
has base to prevWe tor his hI faa family mIIy > Iy
We nave h ve always lived happily to toContinued t4 t4ContlD1led toContinued
Continued on Fourth Page PageGIRL
GIRL is in inTWICE 1ARRIEllTWICE
TWICE TWICESAME SUE DAY ONFirst DAYFirst
First Ceremony eremoY Performed PerformedBy PerformedBy
By Minister Second SecondBy SecondBy SecondBY
By Judge JudgeTwo JudgeTwe
Two weiilB we kii g8 in one day y o ee e civil etvila chillid
a and lid d the other church churc was the MBlque MBlquexporien6e 1IJilqlleaperleuoe OIIQoxperience
xporien6e e of e 1Ills iliss MI Lola Lvi < May Keuber Keuberof Neuberof
of WashUtgton Vaab lagton and Guido de Nucdoof Xuccio Xuccioof Nuccioor
of Naples ics Italy who were married atsoon at atnoon t tBoon
noon by the Rev C JS Fultz and one onehour oneBUr oneLour
hour later by Justice Tell Barnard Barnardof Barnardof
of the Supreme Court of the District Districtof Dlstrlctof
of Columbia ColumbiaThis ColunblaTkis ColumbiaThis
This double nuptial knot was nec necessary n neseary ¬
weary because Senor de e Kueeio in intends intends intends ¬
tends to take his bride to Italy next nextspriag nexteprlag
spriag t + ring and a civil marriage is re required retufred reuired ¬
quired q uired by the laws of his country countryThe countryThe countryThe
The bridegroom Is the son of CoL CoLGiovanni Cot CotGloVnni
Giovanni Batista de Nere N N1IooIe < o0ie > eie of the theroyal theroyal
royal r oyal fcrmy of Italy HaI 1 and is a gradu graduate gr8AIuate ¬
ate cf c the Naples University UJ versity The Thebride Thebride
bride Is the daughter of Mrs Arthur ArthurJ
J T Picotte of 19 Seatoa Seato place northeast north northeast northeast ¬
east and is known h in Washington Washiagrtonmusical Vs IDgtoR IDgtoRmeslcal
musical circles having given several severalconcerts severalc
concerts c eerts in this city cityAfter cItyAtter
After the first marriage today the thebridal thebridal
bridal party went to t the Capitol for forthe furthe
the purpose of having havht a justice ju tlee of the theUnited theUalte41 fireUnited
United States Supreme Court perform performthe perfermUte performe
th ththat the e civil ceremony cerem RY They were told tcldthat teJ4Ithat
that it would be necessary for or a jus justice justice ¬
tice of the District Supreme Court to tomarry tomarry
marry them themFIRE themI
I FIRE F RE IN HOTEL HOTELEASILY I IEASILY
I I II EASILY PUT OUT OUTChemical OUTChemical
Chemical Engine Company Hasj HasjLittle Has HasLittle
Little Trouble Extinguishing ExtinguishingBlaze Extinguishingr
r Blaze At Hotel H2tei Rochester RochesterA RocpesterA
A mouldering uIder1n1 fire roe was discovered discoveredabout d1s vere vere1t
about 1t ut 1 oclock this afternoon between betweenpartltloas betweeRp
partltloas p rUtJons in the basement of Q the t e Hotel HotelRochester HotelRoeIIester
Rochester 916 B street northwest northwestAlthough northwestAltllOugh
Although the smoke filled tie upper upperstories Uppertorles
stories and caused some excitement excitementamong foXcltementamong fzcltementamong
among the guests the blaze was waS easily easilyextinguished easUyexUDb1Ii
extinguished exUDb1Ii It with a ackemlcai chemical engine engineThe englueThe
The blaze did but slight slg t damage but butthe butthe
the firemen bad to tear away consider considerable CODSldorable ¬
able wood work with their axes to make makecertain makecertaln
certain it was entirely put out outSPECTS outDUMA
DUMA RESPECTS RESPECTSTOLSTOYS 11 SPECTS SPECTSrare
TOLSTOYSMEMORY rare MEMORY MEMORYAdjournment lEinr lEinrAdjournment
Adjournment Adjournment Taken After AfterStormy AfterStormy AfterStormy
Stormy Debate ebate on the theSubject theSubj
Subject SubjectST Subj SubjectK ct ctST
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ST PETERSBURG Nov 2LIn 2L In the theface theface theface
face of violent vio1entopposttlon opposition from rom the lead leaders leadS leadas ¬
as ers S of the extreme right the duma ad adjourned adjomned adfoamed ¬
foamed today in respect to the memoryof memory memoryof
of Count Tolstoy TolstoyThose TolstoyT00ge Toisto ToistoThose
Those who opposed the adjournment adjournmentargued aajournmentargaecI
argued that it would be a direct chal challenge clte1leDge ¬
leDge to the church churc Inasmuch as Tol Tolstoy Tolstoy ¬
stoy bad been ezcomm excommunicated excommunicatedA unkated unkatedA
A scene of great disorder followed followedWAen followedWhen I IWhen
When the vote was anally pot how MWver i iever
ever ver the motion carried by s 8 large largemajority 1argemA largemaZority
majority mA r1ty
l American Amer can He Heiress r S and n Prospective Posped ve Noble Father FatherinLaw nLaw I
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ADMIRAL LORD FISHER FISHERWhose FISHERi FISHERWhose
i Whose Sea Will Marry Rich American Americani
HISS JANE MORGAK MORGAKWho
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Who Win Wed English IfeUeaaa I
t ft GAPT 77 JANE MORGAN MORGANWEDS MORGANWEDS
WEDS ADMIRAlS SONMarriag SON SONMarriage SONrg
Marriage rg Takes 1 kes Place Pa e Toj Tojmorrow T l 0 0morro omorrowFamous
morrowFamous morrow morro FariiousEnglish FariiousEnglishSailor Famous English EnglishSailor i iSailor
Sailor to Attend AttendPHTLADKI AttendP AttendPInLADcLPHI
PHTLADKI P PInLADcLPHI PHIA HI Pa ov 2Li 3Lord 3LordBSeier 1 1lC rd rdTteher
Tteher or lC Kilveratone G Gz C c B 1 admiral admiralOw admiralet
of t the > > fteet and recently loot lord st sthe c I
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t Ow he admiralty ad raltY the man who reorgannwd reorgannwdthe
the British navy and is known U t > every everyBritish I IBdt
Bdt British b sailor as Jacky Jackyto Fieber c came cameto
to Philadelphia this moral to attend attendbis att lld lldIs
bis 1 Is sons sou seas wedding to Mills je Morean MoreanHe XorpaWIUI errgga errggaHe I
He was accompanied by Y h his 1 brother brotherVice broUierVlce brotherdice
Vice Admiral Sir Frederick Fisher Fls FisherC er K KC KC
C T 0 and his daughter the Hon HonMrs HonMss
Mrs NHkt NHktThe NreldThe eld eldThe I
The wedding w of the daughter awltt of Ran Randal RaRdal Ban Bandal ¬
dal Morgan of Chestnut Hill to the theHon tbeHoD theHon
Hon Cecil Vavasseur V r PifhT Fk of oCADd Eng Bnglaad England
land ADd will lake 1ak glace at t IS I oclock to tomorrow to tomorrow teD ¬
morrow morrow D rTDW in Sc pauls Chcrct C2urcl9HRL C l ci Chestnut ChestnutHilL ChesttrotHill
HilL The ceremony will b5 b porformeil porformeilwill ged oerforn ed edby
1 by > > the Rev Dr J T Andrews ntireus Harris and aDIIWill andwill
will Will be followed by a a breakfast at the theMorpan u uYorJan tihMorgan
Morgan homeMies home homeMies hemeXI88
Mies Morgan will be attended by Miss MissElizabeth MiesElizabeth i iElizabeth
Elizabeth M I Morgan Xo n as maid of ofand honor honoraad honOr1td
and 1td by Mies tes Agnes JnS SJWey Mleebeth Mtee w1 e Mhrtt Mhrttbeth mhl mhlbetk
beth Cartwrisht and Miss IoI18 Thooomie ThooomieBatter Tbeo TbeodafeBailer ate ateBalle
Batter Balle as bridesmaids bridesmaidsThe brldesmeJ bridesmeldsTh S SThe
The Th ee couple will lIe in England at the theFisher tileiFJsber theFfsber
Fisher ancestral a ctral home homeMies bomeJIItse borneMiss
Miss Morgan is one of the tkefew few women womenin wonaonin w wn
in I n America who hold 8 master masterners mari mariners mariners ¬
ners license which wh h she obtained sr evoral sreral MVtK1Il
oral years ago when her father aUaer de devoted cIevoted devoted ¬
voted ranch time from hieinterests his busmeVRinterests busmeVR bustaesanterests
interests i to yachting Y3Chtl As a skipper Miss MtesMorgan X1aforan MissMorgan
Morgan foran commanded cOIft ed in cruises cruhtesUte amongthe among amongthe
the coast wat waterlns ng places several severalcraft severalcraft severalcraft
craft which her father owned
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REAL BLOOD SHEDIN SHED SHEDed
IN FRENCH DUELS DUELSed I
ed Coi C Ca uscles pS usclfesPIow feS 1 pti low r > W From F m Woundns Woun Wound tinS1ii11l msT a li liApiJeased L LAp
ApiJeased Ap A pPeasedteaPt ea5edCapt Capt Raymond de d Castelil CastelllialIile CastelllialIilene i + ne neOne n
One ne Winner
FAJttS Ko Alai XLr D 1 = mmL Mood was wasttHelB W5III wasabed
abed III t tWe + w Pret10lt Ir ttHelB today Capt CantBoat CaptRaTasts I II
Jtatia4 tie c CiYiWituiS 11 QIN ownea Ia of t Count ONDtBoa CountBoat
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Boat aV ale Oa Oat Ctuteilae C lln Spitttog Coat D DlSMAgs De DeI Derld
lSMAgs I rld ngs B right arm hi the ftrst duel dueland u eI eIad I Iand
and ad Georges Cassiln poaching g his hislithe hsBthe his0tbe
lithe rapier blade through Jean JeauXaraolda JeanMaraolda T eau eauXanIo14a
Xaraolda right arm in the second eoRd al alfalr affair t tfait
fait of honor honorNone honorNone Dor DorNe
None Ne e of the combatants was serl serlowsty Hrlou son sonsooty
sooty ou ly hurt a and d honor was W8 perfectly perfectlysatisned perfectlyefted perfectlysatisfied
satisfied satisnedThe satisfiedThe efted eftedThe
The encounter between De Castel Cstellase CastelI
I Jaae and I De > rSBetang followed a abrawl abrawl
brawl 1 rawl in a skating rink De JBstaag JBstaagprado rll taag
didnt like CaetellaDe and Bd duriag thegrand the theraA41
grand raA41 parade when the elite of ofrench ofFrench
French rench society was trying to skate anteaDd skateand
and be I e graceful fol at the same time Ite DeIEstaag Dotgmlace
IEstang tripped tgmlace tgmlacepp pp d Capt CaptRayDlOlMl Raymond causing cau tns
him to fall with a tt 1IJd 1IJdRaymoDd ad adRaymond d dRaymond
Raymond with that fiery impetuosity impetuosityof Impet ltT ltTof
of the De Cast Castellane Wane family that was wt3so WI wasso
so often manifested JDDIfe ted by Count Bond whr wltfhe wh whbe + i ihe
he slapped his wife immediately IJJIDMdIteIy1ds senthis sent senthis
his seconds to wait upon De IEstawge rEstaagand IEstaageand
i and swords and coffee eo < < ee for two were werearmneed werearnsJIPd wereThe
armneed armneedThe arnsJIPdThe
The code docile ef Napoleon was waS In Inoked Inoked tneked
oked and this tht morning at daybreak daybreakust daybreakJust
> Just ust as they do o ta novels DO De CasteUaae CasteUaaeand CastellaeIUId Castellanesad
and De Der1Lstaa l r stamj lH lHmot aad their theirmot seconds seeoadsmot
mot beneath the great t Ferris wheel wheelnear wheelDeI wheelnear
near the Champs de Mars Xu The princi principals principals principals ¬
pals were attired in conventional black blackand blackan4 blackand
and wore soft shirts open at the throat
so that eaeh eeaM See that IMldMrre aetd er wrr e
I a 00 coat It tIC tICFor arid S
For wIItetid8 while this was W8 a g a s sfair sfair at
fair It was thought t b best ot ls be on sosafe the thesafe tliear
safe ar sloe sloeThey JIIiIeThey sideThey
They seeded their MIr raptors with great greatdeliberation snatde urea ureadehberatlon t
deliberation de bert1on boat them double doG to totemper t tost tostthe taltthe at
the thethough temper eased ra d at t the noire rtIIIJI sun as asthough astheuP
though they really believed X might mighttLdr t be betheir 1teUteIr
their last Ja t look l listened to the enroll caroUbirds carellm enrollIng
m Ing 1I birds as tbou tboutrt h they thought 11 11t Itmi ii iimight
mi might t be the last listen JI teD and thene thenThere then Hell Helle HellTHroe en enle
le leThere e
There were puzzles and dwoM dwoMfoils thi nets and andfoils lid lidfoils
foils It was really some fencing As AsAmerican AsAmerIcaa
American sporUa sportliig writers say the theround first firstround antrOUDd
round ended with honors even evenblood and andblood aJM aJMbIoo4
blood unshed unshedla 1IDMecLIn unshedIn
In the second round 3 Dtr Deslowed > Casteliytne Ca ct ctshowed tell ae aeshowed
showed his superiority pedodty whh the foils foliaand IotisaDd foilsand
and spectators spectt looked to see him diearm die disarm ¬
arm his foe f rlh Uh a twist of the thelike wrist wristlike wrt t tlike
like Dumas heroes used to teBut do doBut dBut
But no noHot DOHot noHot
Hot blood was DOt to be deniedD dented dentedDe cIeIIIedDe
De D CasteHaae thrust forward like 1tkeBerteIIt likeprey a aserpent
serpent BerteIIt seerppeet darts cJar dart s upon au itsthe it prey aDd nisi nisisword is isont
sword ont ptertM d the mus muscles leu of r his hissward foes foessword fIMsJI1IiWd
sword arm armDe armDe ariar ariarDe
De IEetang lBsiaa 1B taDg hohiloae Jtelple dropped droppedrapier his hisrapier Jdsrapier
rapier completely COIDplet ly at the mercy of 0 his hiscruel h hcruet als alscruel
cruel enemy enemyDe e cmy cmyDe
De D e Castellaae C Cst aetei laae dd DOt kill him 9a the thespot tilespot
spot spotNo spotNo
st No French lreDC dttottfet would w stick sticksword stidcsword tIck tIcksword a
sword into aa unarmed enemy
Honor having have been thus repaired repairedmead tms tmsgeoss r rceons
geoss mead patchoa patch up De rstaags rstaRgsUIr s peac peactnred
tnred UIr arm s
EAT AND FORGET GERMS AND ME MEDR MEDR MEDR P
DR WILEY WILE Y TELLS PUBLIC
FORGET THE THE MICROBE MICROBEI
v i iI
I believe the eating eatingp public bU 13 en entitled entitled entitled ¬
titled to one on tray 1 a of the year year up upon upon upon ¬
on which the th inner Inner man shall be besatisfied besatisfied besatisfied
satisfied without without thought of Dr DrWiley DrWIley DrWiley
Wiley and the microbe microbeDR microbeDR
I DR WD VILEY1hfe VILEY YILEYThie EY EYThis
This message me age I would send the hungry hun hungry ¬
gry American people Bat thy fill on onThanksgiving onrbamcsgiYing onThanksgiving
Thanksgiving Day Da and forget fo et Wileyand Wiley Wileyad
and ad the themlcrobe microbe fflnt Bntdo Qt do o net eatgpld eatgpldstorage eat to 141 141storage ldstorage
storage turkey turkeyHHVts turkeyDr r rDr Z
Dr Harvey W Wiloy tb vo vo1Dt vern vernnkttts
HHVts 1Dt eS pure food expert who wno has hasfought hsfought hasfought
fought the germ In Its every form is isflaunting 181Iauntlng Isflaunting
flaunting the white flag of truce forThanksgiving for forThanksgiving torThanksgiving
Thanksgiving Day He declined todayto today todayto todayto
to lend his Influence toward securing a aeafeandsane aI asafeandsane
I eafeandsane Thanksgiving T His proc proclamation proci proclamation ¬
i lamation reads just the other way wayDr wayDr wayDr
Dr WHey will not slay a single mi microbe mIcrobe ratcrobe ¬
crobe next Thursday Instead he will willhe wtllbe willbe
be on a dining car between betWclm Pittsbur Pittsburand P1tts P1ttsaOO Pittsburg Pittsburgand
and c Cleveland ere1and partakii > > of canned cannedgoods cannedgoods cannedgoods
goods preparing a lecture on pure food foodtraieh foodw foodwaiels
traieh w eh be is to deliver that night an ansighing and andsighing andsighing
sighing occasionally oe < aslonaJly as he glances gl nC88 out outof outof outof
of the window at some strolling gob gobbier gobbier gobbler
bier which h1h escaped ped the axe axeIt axeIt axeIt
It was believed that It Would not bedificalt be bedifficult bedlJlcuJt
difficult to get a proclamation from fr m Dr DrWiley DrWHey DrWiley
Wiley which might cal upon the people peopleto peopletQ peopletq
tq to abstain from partaking too freely of ofThanksgiving orThanksgIving ofThanksgiving
Thanksgiving Day delicacies de1lcac ies If one oneran oneran oneran
ran his finger down the list of all the theCapital theCapital theCapital
Capital notables who might insist upon upona
a safeaodsane sse dsane observance of the na na a at
t
Photo Ph < < o by Harris Ewing >
DR HARVEY W WILEY WILEYtioaal WILEYtIoaal WILEYtioaal
tioaal feast day that finger would insthtctively in insttoctively Insthtcttvel
sttoctively sthtcttvel stop at the name nam < of Dr
WBey W1IeyBot WileyBut
But DOt S80 BO He b8 welts Q over over to toranks theranks the theraak
ranks raak of the enemy for a das d at t least leahtI
I eaxavt eaa elt advocate vocnt0 a SB sanddNovember 8 aiidsane e
November No lf M be said t tJto > with wlt withair an anair anair
air of resfnatlon and gifflp a dd BB done
I believe b Movo lb fbat t the eatktg eatl tg 19 pitbWs pc Wo is en ¬
titled to one day In the year 7e r trpon which whichthe whichthe
the toner man shall fea satisfied satIs sa ed with without without ith ithout ¬
out thought of t Dr WUey and the mi microbe microbe microbe ¬
crobe I would that tba t you ten the pop
dace that the Ud Is off and ihat hat at I I bi bId > ld ti
I EAT YOUR FiLLThis FILL FILLThis
This message I would send thehungry the thehungry t e ehungry
hungry American erican people Eatthy Eat Eatthy Eatthy
thy fill on Thanksgiving Tbanks ving Day DayThe D DayThe y yThe
The lid is oft of But Butdo do not eat eatcold eatI eatcold
cold storage turkey turkeyDR turkeyDR
I
DR WILEYeveryone WILEY WILEYeveryone I
everyone enjoy Y himcotf himee fcold fcoldturkeys coMstorage ealli ealliturkeys tee
turkeys of course exeented exeentedBut ex exnBut exeeotedBut
nBut But suppose one e snot not ontch any an ¬
thin thing save a cold storage btrdr bird it t was wassUSJeSted
suggested suggestedAh suggestexlrah
Ah h but they can be obtained sia s nI
the doctor Tt t Is not for me toThere to say Sa Saere
Tv There ere the fresh turkeys roost roosteat RatitetLtta Rather
than thangrv eat refrigerated cobbler the bun bunjrrv Lttafor un unman
jrrv man might mlliClttalmoet almost be excused exeu excuseden ed1ier ed1ierem1latin for foremjiatine r
emjiatine em1latin en llattng the ways of some of our ourrural eurru1A1 r
rural ru1A1 duskv brethrenArter brethrenAfter Brethren BrethrenAfter
After giving the public carteso carte biaaok bIaBokgO
so far as its 1 8 gastronomic performances performanceson perfo perfoon s
on Thanksgiving Day are conceraed eo I
Dr Wiley W e wH DOt renmln reat1 ia Washing Wasbi ae ¬
ton to see the havoc whuh wh i h be may have havewrought bn bnwrought e e
wrought He will leave 1ea tomorrow n night i
for Pittsburg where h he addresses the ti t
Carnegie Technical School oa Domestic c
Science w Wednesday Weclne nesdayr dy afternoon atteraoonwill He e
will speak before the Pittsbnr Pittsburg PI Medical li eeUq I
Society Wednesday W night his dB suMect sj ubject
beIn < < The be Department t of Pabifc
H Heafth HeafthT th thThaaksgivine the theThanksgiving
Thanksgiving T aatcsgtvt Day Dr Wiley willen will be Deen
en route ro te to Cleveland Iev whore he is to 1
lecture before the Science e ee Teachers As ¬
sedation on The UtHteatttm of Science Sde Woe r
For the Public blie Good GoodIts GooclXts GoodIts
Its pretty pr tty f t tofJ8 tough gh said Id Dr Drtoday WB WAY > S
today commenting comment1 1 upon t tc p prospect prospectof pro proof sped
of 0 eatiBB Thanksgiving dinner aboard aboa aboatrain rd i
train Its no tougher than the tar
key wilt be however he added as II b bgroaned be begroJaed
groaned aroa and loOked at some J8ISti7 J8ISti7m1crobea 18d6 18d6microbes X 97T 97Tmicrobes I
microbes under a a nearby nearb microeco microscope per
FLOCKING ACROSS ACROSSMEXlCAN ACROSSMEXICANBORDER
MEXlCAN MEXICANBORDER MEXICANBORDERThousands BORDER BORDERThousands
Thousands of FugitivesLeave Fugitives FugitivesLeave FugitivesLeave
Leave Texas Answering AnsweringCall AnsweringCan Answeiin g gCall
Call of Revolution RevolutionTROOPS RevolutionTROOPS RevolutionTROOPS
TROOPS ARE RUSHED RUSHEDTO RUSHEDTO RUSHEDTO
TO DANGER ZONES ZONESDeclaration ZONESDeclaration ZONESDeclaratiozi
Declaration of Martial Law Hourly HourlyExpected HourlyExpected HourlyExpectedDetails
Expected ExpectedDetails Details of fight Figfating fighting Fighting
ing MeagerEL Meager MeagerEL Meag r rEL
EL PASO Tex Nov ar 2rA A dispatch dispatchfrom dispatchfrom
from the sheriff of Valverde county received re received received ¬
ceived here today stated that there had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been a battle between Mexicans and andAmericans andAmericans andAmericans
Americans on the border and that the theMexicans theMexicans i iMe
Mexicans Me cans had been badly whipped whippedEL whippedEL I IEL
EL PASO Tex Nov 3 1Martld j Mantel lawthroughout law lawthroughout
throughout Mexico within wit lft the next JHXttwentylour nexttwentyfour I
twentyfour hours is indicated IJMilct d in the thedispatches thedfspatehes
dispatches received this zaoraiag zaoraiagStartHng morDiAgStartling morniagStartlag
Startling reports of aa Invasion of ofMexico ofMexico ofMexico I
Mexico from rom America by fugitive Madcans Mad Mexicans ex1 ex1aDS ¬
cans < aDS are being 1t 1 received rooet here ere from rm alltong all allrJong
tong the border following the dfsap dfsappearance disappeanmce dfsappearanee I
pearance from San Aatoafo Saturday of ofFraactoco 0 0F ofFrancisco
Francisco F I L Madero recognized reco Dle4I revota revelutloeary
ttonary loader loaderArmed J88derArmed
Armed Mexicans are reported croseJag croseJagthe croseRgthe
the river boundary boundar at points 300 milesfrom miles JI IeJ t tfrom Ifrom
from El Paso where the Mexican side sideis j
Is said to be unprotected by troops tro ps or orrarales orruraJes orrarsles
rarales It is > declared by 1a border scouts scoutsarriviag scoutsalrrfYlaI scoutsarriving
arriving here tide morning that the In Invading Invadlag Invading ¬
vading forces are mnobllin mobilising tng en the theother theother theother
other side determined to march upon uponChihuahua uponChiboahna UponCbJb1ll
Chihuahua CbJb1ll u in their nrst first open attack attackt attackaltaiaet
a altaiaet JJut t the Diaz government governmentantlAmerleaa govenUDentThe governmentoutbreaks
The he antlAmerleaa tiAmen tiAmenMexico outbreaks out reaks in inXextoo InXerlco
Mexico City dint aiRi JAI fetter the revolu revolutionary revolut1onry revolntioaarr ¬
tionary disturbance at Feeble Pu I now are areregarded arereganled areregarded
regarded as foreruaaers for forerunners r RDer8 of a a enacing menacfngr89Olutlo1 menacing menacingrevolution enacingrevolution
revolution which will shall staa show Its Itsgreatest Usgr itsgreatest
gr greatest tesC force along long the Texas border borderConUnu borderContinued
Continued ConUnu d on Second Page PageCHAMBER PageCHAMBER j jOrganized
CHAMBER GIVES Am AmTO
TO PLANS FOR HALL HALLOrganized HALLOiganized
Organized Campaign t tRaise to toRaise Q
Raise 250000 Fund for forMemorial forMemorial forMemorial
Memorial Begun BegunAn
An organized e movement 1D9V t to raise WashiDgt9ns Washingtoas Wash Washingtsns
ingtsns slam s are a of the t e two and 00 a a half halfmillion haltI hat hatndtlloa L
I million doNeas necessary for the pro propoeed propoeed p ro
poeed George Washington W n MemorialConvention Memo Memorial MemorialCetrveatlon
Convention HaH was started this after afternoon fter fterDOOR ¬
noon at ameeting meeting of Oc tae tl the e coaxes coaxescommittee conventions conventionscommittee conventlon9COmmlttM tloas
committee of the Chamber of Com Commerce Comaene Camsotto ¬
sotto merceW aenew sottoW
W V Cox chairman of the commit committee ccmmltteea1JP01Dted committoe ¬
tee teea1JP01Dted appointed to raise raL < < e Iie 2GMXM eIJII for this thispurpose thisIn tb tbpeapose
purpose in Washington Wasbtagt met the cumse com committee comlIdttee ¬
se mittee ines and nd agreed to recommend to his bisoommittee hisoommtttee
oommittee at a a meeting meeU within the next nextdey nextdey n nday ea t
dey or two that the two committeesI committees committeeswori
I wori wer together to and start the public publicoampahja pn pucampaign Hc Hccaapdga C
campaign for subserlpioos at once onceGraavllle onceGraavUle onceGranville
Graavllle M HURt chairmaa ofooaveatiorm of the theeooveatious thec
eooveatious c aeations committee and who whoappointed was wasapioiated waspi
appointed pi oIDted to Mr lr CoxTs eommitt committee e last lastweak ast aste
weak vekat e at the suggestion sugge tJon of Mrs J s Henry HenryF H HF env y
F Dtaaock k of New York sponsor ss > eosor enva f for forthe forUe a
the project was instructed at the meet meetteg meetIIIg meethug
teg today to t propose a resolution resolutionall that thatail thataII
ail trade and civic bodies of 0 of the city cityconcentrate cityCOl c cconcentrate ry
COl concentrate ee trate their efforts e < < ons Immediately Immediatelyp immediate Jmmedlatel1I y
1I span p a securing securla the convention ball 1 1Washington for forWashiagtoB forW8blagtoa err
Washington
I Jlr Ir Cox expressed himself as much muchr maehover mac macover h
r ttaed over the interest manifested mt msstlfeet 1I e ted tedUe
i by the Chamber of Commerce in the ther th thproject e
i project r JecaDd and agreed to call a zaeeting me < < ting t of ofhis
his committee at once onceThe 0BCeThe onceThe
The meeting today was an enthalftstlc enthalftstlcone enthuiL enthuissttone < t1c t1ceDe c
one and ad the opinion freely expressed expressedttet expreeeedtllat expres exprestbat
ttet Mrs Dimoeks Df s offer to secure securetz191t a a2SMCOO a aiIIroo
tz191t 2SMCOO iIIroo convention C DTeAtton hall for Washing ¬
ton K this city should show s ew its tater taterI Inte Inteeat r
eat e t to the extent ot abscribing 8U I1g one oneteatA oattent
I tent of the amount as the greatest greatestproject greetestKOject grew grewpro test
pro ct project KOject ever proposed propo pr ed d for the thegreat District DIstrictad
aad ad the t e greatest great opportunity to secure securemvd1 s sa thwre
a much needed conventions aurditori auditorium tm
the city could ever hope to have haveTaken hveINSANE haveINSANE
INSANE r MiDDY MiDDYDS mOY mOYDIES
DIES SUDDENLl SUDDENLlI SUDDENLlT SUDDENL I
Taken T ken From Naval Acadenjy AcadenjyWhile AcaderuyVhile Acade AcadeWhile Y
While Violent and Placed PlacedIn PlacedIn
In Hospital HospitalAXAPOL1S
AXXAPOLIS A = APOLIS Md d NoV 21 21Vor 21Vorwas yY Vord ord ordmat
was received here ere this morning me lng that L LWUllam mat
IVBitem Xu L Mltdhell of Desmet S D Da
a a candidate for the
Naval Acadesn Academy Academywoo y r rwho
who became violently insane here last lastweek Jestweek
week had died at the Shepherd Pra Pratt tt
Hospital near Baltimore this morning moral u8
The news came as an utter surprise surprl surprlhen u8ss ss
hers as it was not known that he had hadany ha d
any physical trouble whatever wlmaier erg when he hewas S
was taken to the hospital hospitaIlteJast late last week we
J Tlte ZL affair ltatr i T3 was one ° of tint the most paj pa
thetle tbe e which has ever eY r taken takesp place here hereBother he e <
S Bother other Mrs Walter U l J
Mitchell J tchoR was In Annapolis AnDap ls vhen lIeR she S e
h ii 55n She 11 came East as soon
a informed of her sons condition sad ad ad1Iasbeen
has 1Iasbeen been making makln daily trips between berw El
Annapolis and Baltimore since t ee her souwas 80ftwas son
was removed removedShe remevedSle
She left him yesterday afternoon a and
had JI d no idea that he was in darker or
that anything whatever was wrong rong ex except ext ¬
cept t his mental trouble Mitchell was waselghtn WE s
elghtn eightf n years ears old and was considered consIderedr conside considea red
a r bright and promising youth
CLEAN C LEAN STREET CARSCAMPAIGN CARS CABSOrder CARSCAMPAIGN
CAMPAIGN STARTED STARTEDBY STARTEDISSI
BY CDr COMMONER MISSI ISSI NERS NERSOrder S S SOrder
Order Would Compel Com Companies Companies Cornpanies ¬
panies to Show Sanitary SanitaryMethods SanitaryMethods SanitaryMethods
Methods Employed EmployedINTERSTATE EmployedINTERSTATE EmployedINTERSTATE
INTERSTATE BOARD BOARDNOW BOARDpW BOARDNOW
NOW pW CONSIDERING ITNo IT ITNo ITNo
No Expressions Obtainable FromDistrict From FromDistrict FromDistrict
District Heads on Proposed ProposedLegislation Pro ProposedLegislation d dLegislation
LegislationSteps Legislation LegislationSteps LegislationSteps
Steps Taken in Sanitation SanitationFight SanitationF SanrtatfonFight
Fight F ght in Street CarsSanitary Cars CarsSanitary CarsSanitary
Sanitary campaign on conditions in inWasMagton inWashinron inWashington
Washington street cars contem contemplated contemplated contemplated ¬
plated in order being considered consideredTjy cen consideredby dered deredby
by Interstate Commerce Cemmis CemmisCompaniea Csmmission Ccmmission
sion sionCompanies sionCompanies
Companies win be required to fie fiedetailed Bedetailed filedetailed
detailed statements concerningmethods concerning concerningmethods CODCen ng ngmethods
methods they employ to maintainsanitation maintainsanitation maintain maintainsanitation
sanitation if order before coin coinmission commission cornmission
mission is adopted adoptedAction adoptedction
I 1Action
Action ction originates o ginates with District Elec Electric EIecme Electric ¬
tric Railway Commission at meet meeting meeting meetlag ¬
ing held last week Silence maintained main maintained maintained ¬
tained as to plans plans of commission commissionOrder cemmIssionOrder commissionOrder
Order requires response from com companies companies centpanics ¬
panies by January first Action Actionby Actionby Actionby
by Interstate Commerce Commis Colamissio Commissien Commissi
si sio sien n i expected at an early dateWhat date dateWoat dateWhat
What may inaugurate in 8g11r3te the meet extea exteatlve exteRt1ve eateutlve
tlve lve doaanp dean campaign aa ever directed directedtoward dIrectedtoward directedtoward
toward conditions In Washington gton street streetcars streetcars streetars
cars c ars Is contemplated oontempl ted In an order now nowboto nowbomb nowbolas
bomb boto considered by the Interstate Com CoraThis Commerce Commerce
merce eosslon eosslonThis CosamnissionThis
This became known today when CQIBmiastQaer Coutnd Ceaa CeaamlsstowK
mlsstowK nd ene rener I Lane LaD ne S1Iedut1Jetere etsled staiofittet staiofittetbs ttitat
bs before ItTi 1t t j rjt oSa il ilqe1riR s rsg rsgqtarteg
qtarteg qe1riR the stree railway ratfwaFfun eoasps eV to tofuraisfe tournish
furaisfe fun f eh a detailed e I tseo Bfc ocr oci ett3ie ett3iefore or be before befere ¬
fore Jaaaary T 1 Z H l l setting fiwt tert1 f the theim thehniUMd thel
im hniUMd l thod or aaothoas they omplsy y1o y1omalDtaJa to 4omaintain toroalataia
maintain sanitary condtttens In their tbelrtrfet UletrcarB theircare
care carBT careThe
The T e seder was prepared fry tM thetried Db Dbtriet
tried Sectrlc Railway Comnnnmn CD I IUs at atits
its meeting test Thursday a 3M l has as been beensaat HenJS8IIt
coat to the Interstate Commerce O Oem Oemi Cemmission m maiissioB
mission i I U for or aoal 01 action actionThe actleDTb actionThe
The Tb District Coraarission has hastaJned raela raelatained
tamed absolute sileaee sUe ee regarding the theorder t theorder e eorder
order and no expression of opinion cOn cOncendng cenceraing concorning
corning it could be secured from list listsource tCMttsource tMtsource
source todayCommissions today todayCommissions todayCommissions
Commissions Order OrderThe OrderThe OrderThe
The order is the lottowiag lottowiagoperattog
uIt It is ordered that every T y ystreet ooaepaxoperating
operattog street railway n lway y oars hi let the
District 4 ol ° Cole ColaaWa C > > ittmlJl eb shall sebSt sab submit lt
to the Interstate Commerce COmmercesiol1 oarmerce Coarads Coaradsdetalled nn
Mon OR ex or before January 1 1111 a
detailed statement indicating what
method or r methods are being esa
ployed red to maintain cars o0erat operated d by
it t in a clean and D4I sanitary condition conditionAt eolldlttenAt
effAe effAethe At th the present time the only order ta
effect rebttfng to the feature of ssasttk
tiOR thegeneral is a general generalbirstat eaen1 r NgUJatioa guhUion htion proa ed
by the latsrstate
birstat Commerce ComDt < rCe rCestem
stem a year ago real repairing that t t ears elsali sh X Xbe
o be ma1DtaIDed zg mafatafaed In a 8IUduLrv COIIal oosdhikn
Xo methods ethods as 10 how this end siinuld w
be attained were outlined outlinedWorking out1JnedWerking outlinedWBI
WBI Working 8 Basis BaasShould BasisSbovld
Should the Interstate Omn c Cbmmeroe rce cmlssloA C Craisekm >
mission adopt the order it BOW has wa ¬
der derpanles advisement and acl the railway raJtwaypI aspt
panics pI et > outline the methods they ttIe ompkity enpNy i
It would S mesa that the coBurtBslon
would have ve a working basis at Ja anttters tters
of 0 f sanitation sanitationchanges changeslegislation legislation JegIs1aU n It cook either e1t ec
order changes saBes in the present methods JIMt dc
or require that at an entirely sew
syst 7St8iB
be adoptedth adoptedthIn adopted adoptedIn adopecLIn
In short the plan being coaflfcftered COIt Id red
will put the burden on the theMlnles rsw rekwayr y gyiC taa
parries Mlnles In the matter of showing the kind
of sanitation santtad R maintained hi Q their t ek oaxa oars
while the Interstate Commerce rnmnili CeIIm Is
sloa wilt be the Judge of whether whe ter k is
sufficient
Regarded as SignificantThe Significant SignificantThe SignificantThe
The consideration of the sanitary sanitaryproblem SIIharTproblem saoforyproblem
problem at this timeie tImeisr time regaried as asDlficant ales ¬
nificant Secretary Eddy ddy te knows to 14 14at be beat fc fcat
at work on a report rep rt desa deecrihtag ibiag veatl v8IKIJatinS
lating systems employed on CU carte s Ja Javarious JRvarious invarious
various stiles to the end that ibisfeature ibis thfefeature t I Ife
feature fe ture in local cars may be > o Improved inprevaaVentilation b ImprovedVentilation prev8IL prev8ILYenUlatlon
Ventilation Is properly classed cla ed under
the head of sanitation aDd with tin tincommission t1t4commlseloR the thecommission
commission giving Its attention tte Uon to tv the tl tlge thisgeneral thegeneral
general ge eraI subject as well as the separate U
features under it it the belief is arstuS arteii
that the comnussU commie comraisebn bu > n has determined QetenM e4 e4nake w wmake ismake
make Washington street cars if j possi HI881 ¬
ble the healthiest 1tble t to be f08JIdwhere found satyr sxfrwhere satyrwhere
where in tne UJe tine country
Alexander Britton chairmaa eb3in aa of tfe the
Boar of Trade committee on 011ttl3n traas9or trsas3rtation
tatJon which hJch Is new making a SUMT M Mot
of the question que t10n of seats ia local straot straotcars strMtcars strodtcars
cars was interested In lnleerJIIQg leeratog of etnew the tfeonew thenew
new new order which is before the t e C esn esnmission COH > > II IImission
mission
Seating Problem Problem7hL1e
ml1e While admitting the matter to be of ofmoen r rmuch
much importance he said he Ie dW dIIIl1lOt not be beHeve behis believe
Heve hIs committee would oould investlgata ia reetlrJate it it itbut Itbut
but would be content with trying trYiBgtIt to ar arrive arrive
rive at a satisfactory solution 3 luUon of the theseating thasetln theseating
seating setln problem problemSir prebJemwIre
Sir wIre Brittons Britton committee te 1 to sleetagain meet meetagcda eet eetag
again ag 1B Friday Fii ay and Secretary S cretary Eddy of ofthe eCthe
the District D Electric Railway Cummnt Cenemioayes CummntsJoB < 1111 1111has
ayes has been asked to appear before it itand Itand kand
and give his views on the relative merits meritsof medtsoC
of longitudinal aDd cross croe seats seatsIt 8eCaIt
It could DOt be learned today whoa the
Interstate Commerce C Cora Connatontoa C else I a wilt wittact wH1act
act on the proposed regulation but there
is a probability that it will de deduct et sv MIf <
Accent time UIB from rom the railroad rate lI e hoar 1tMrI
togs I which began this mornins msormtla t tie dt dtpos cIIIf cIIIfJf
pos Jf pow > Sf of the matter It has purs pursued e thisC this thtecourse thisoeuree
course C GnJe In the past when local street streotrailway 3tleetrallMQ streetrailway
railway orders have been submitted sub dtte4 to
it 1 ana in vtew of the order under < con < I Itf
temptation tf > requirla uirlNI a response by the thecompanies tIaecompanie6
companies before January 1 it is prob probable JXOblbk
able that the tll regulation will be acted
upon this week we Reekan
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