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A AMNESTY 1NESTY GRANTED GRANTEDMUTINOUS GRANTEDMUTINOUS
MUTINOUS CREWS CREWSARMS CREWSARMS
I ARMS LAID DOWN DOWNBrazilian DONBrazilian
Brazilian Congress Agrees toSailors t tSailors
Sailors Terms Under UnderHeavy UnderHeavy UnderHeavy
Heavy Pressure PressureWARSHIPS PressureVARSffiPS PressureWARSHIPS
WARSHIPS GUNS GUNSTRAINED GUNSTRAINED GUNSTRAINED
TRAINED ON CIT CITThreats CITYIhreats
Threats to Continue Bombardment BombardmentBelieved BomoordmentBeJieved BombardmenBelieved t
Believed to Have Has Hastened Hastened Hastened ¬
tened Action ActionDemands ActionDem ActionDemandsMadeby
Demands DemandsMadeby nds Made e by Brazilian BrazilianMtftineers BrazilianMutineers BrazilianMutineers
Mutineers MtftineersShorter MutineersShorter MutineersShorter
Shorter Hears ef Work Aboard the theBittieeiips thett1ee1 theBeetthesiips
Bittieeiips BeetthesiipsMore Bittieeiips2ffore tt1ee1 ps psMore
More Pay Thus They T ey Are at Preseat Pres Present Present ¬
ent Receiving ReceivingMore Recei ReceiMore ReceivingMore
More Men te Assist is ia the th Work en eaAH enAll enAU
AH Warssips WarssipsImmediate War WanrbipsImmediate ips ipsImme
Immediate Imme iate AgeliMme1rt AbeH Baeat of Whip WkipPtsg Whipping Whipping
ping ping as MeAnS iVTB ng of PnnIslisieHtRIO Panis mentRIO Punishment
RIO L DE > E JAXBCRO 3 JAN Nov 25 25An 25Ana 2Afea After Aftera r
a a vote of o amnesty by the Brazilian con congress CORs congrr ¬
gress grr s = s and the granting of all their theirwands de demands de demands ¬
mands the mutineers mud neera aboard a onl the Bra Brazilian Brail Brazilian ¬
zilian il ian warships war 1ttpe surrendered today todayThe todayThe todayThe
The demands de of the mutineers were weregranted weretranted w wgranted ere i
granted and the amnesty amne ty voted atextraordinary at an anextraordinary ItextraonJiaary
extraordinary jeaeiou of congress eogr today todayThe todllyThe todayThe t y
The chamber of deputies followed foliowedexample the theexample theexample
example of the senate in agreeing upon uponamnesty UpGIlamnesty u poi poiand
amnesty and both houses then voted votedto 8tetIt vote voteto d
to t concede the d demandc II of the 1 mett mettEcers mutfIUs uti utileers
leers EcersA
IUsrepreeeatat1ge
A representative of the government governmentthe pYenuDelltun govei mert mertunder
un under er a fag of trace tirade hI way to tothf t tthe
the warships and was received by byrornmtttee bycommittee a acommittee
committee of the saflors As tz soon z + ooH ooHthe as asthe aathe
the action of C cougroas was conveyed to tothe tothE t tthe o
the mutinous sailors they laid down downtheir downthlir do dotheir wa
their arms armsCongress rJII8ongrMS arwraCongress
Congress ongrMS trek this aetton as the alter attorcatlve altCJlna alternaave
catlve catlvethij na Uye < OC havDIg tlMt e guar of Jt war Wtinips warchips
thij thijThe chips nips eotUaae oOO j Heir ke 1IpOII tie tieThe city cityThe
The guns of the hat3 bat testaips fps lataas lataasGtraes JJOIIaeGrra XIaGFraes
Gtraes Grra Sao Paulo the scout cruiser cruisereodora cnderDEodor cridcDeodora
DEodor > eodora and the seontship eou Bahia w we were wereall wena ere
all a 11 trained on o f the th ththat e city during d the time timethat tIlDetha
that tha t congress S was in session sessionIt IoIIIt aeaebnIt
It is pretty weal established a bed that 31stmutiny the themutiny tilemutlny
mutiny was zaot r the zesult x of a arevolt potttteal pottttealfaction poIIdeaIrevolt 1 i
revolt revolt but rather arose from tlOIRfaction fromfaction dleeaHs
faction with condlttons on board boatelvessels 1tOnlvessels war warvessels y
vessels Mutineers demanded V demaaiedhonrs ed shorter shorterhonrs sbenerhours
honrs hours more pay more zan to aid ia iatheir i1tbeir L Ltheir
their work work and the immediate abolition abolitionof aboltdoiof
of whipping as a means of punishment pu
The First Otbreak OtbreakThfI uatbreaat uatbreaatThe
The drat outbreak occurred test Tuesday Tues Tuesday T1Iesday ¬
day night CaptaIn Batiste Ded Tveves Tvevescommanding Xevescomma Nevescommanding
commanding comma the modern and newly de delivered de deUvered delivered ¬
livered dreadnausht battleship battle bip bliss aUnasGeraee blisserae s seraes
Geraee eraes had been dining aboard the theFrench titeFrench islePrench
French training ship Du Ducuay uay Trouin TrouinWhen TrcMllnWhen TroutsWhen
When he returned to his shH he foundthe fetmdthe found teoatdthe
the crew in mutiny When be attempted attemptedto attedto
to drive the men back to their tbeirHlltS posts he hewas hewag hewas
was killed with two other officers Thedreadnaught The Thedreadnanght TBedreadDaqht
dreadnanght Sao Paulo and the scout scoutcruiser SCIMItcrui8er scootcruiser
cruiser BahIa at once Joined ia the mu JRUtiny mutiny mutiny ¬
tiny all three of o the vessels e18 sending aeDdt g
their of officers leers leersThe ashore ashoreThe boreThe
The command of the squadron wasthen was wasthen
then taken by Jean Candfoo a sailor of
the first class who has maneuvered theThins the tB tBf
f Thins with rare DL
The Ins ma were bart oust open openammunition aIMi aIMismmunttJor saa saasmmunttior
ammunition dealt out to the various variousgtra YariouBGUIl variousgun
gun crews Provisions were rosulcittioned rosulcittionedtnd r rodnd regaiefleoedand
and < coal seteed from the Island of VI VIanna VIann
anna ann ann the e depot Bargee transporting transportingana traB
coal to the French ate ter mer AtlaDttque AtlaDttqueand Atiantiqueand
and the ED n II nsh ship Oronsa were eoa
xoandeered mand
mandTorpe
Torpedo Torpe g Crews leyaL leyaLX LeyaDuriOI Ls LsDurtng
X DuriOI > arimr all this time the various tor torpedo torpedo ¬
pedo boat destroyers in the harbor re remained re remained remained ¬
mained loyaL They were m Ja a a position positiont
t to < i torpedo the enormous vessels c oeks at any
time Um but the British minister r pretested K8te ted
dec declaring t1nl there were many ll ngHsfi sub subjects subects subects ¬
jects ects on the new dreadsMtugbts dreadsMtugbtsTuesday dredaaugbtsTuesday hts htsTueday
Tuesday night the mutineers sent
wireless messages Dlelllla es to President ldeDt Pongee J JJetting
setting out their demands The state ¬
ment ended with a threat to bombard
th the < > city if their demands were wet a refused rK
No o answer was sent by tHe govern ¬
ment Tuesday night ht < and then began a
iesultory bombardment of the city dur ¬
ing which however little or no dam ¬
age > was done Wednesday Wedae cly moraftas the
vessels te reia la steamed about ia the harbor
tiring at random JDdomat at the city and in ¬
flect flicting g little damage Wednesday night
tie tt e vessels eJ were joined Joueq by the battle ¬
ship hip Marshal andaaI Flormno
whose crew ma maCcntteaed DnICcDtlJnMd muCcntIm
CcntIm Ccntteaed ed en on Fourth Page PageWEATHER Pagej PageWEATHER PageWEATHER
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WEATHER REPORTTemperatures REPORT REPORTTemperatures REPORTTemperatures
Temperatures continue above the th e
normal normalcountry iR practically aU peels or ofcountry the thewhat
country countryThe < 0 untry untryThe
The temperature will be mewilat seas what
lower tonight to ht t m Ja the middle Atteatlc whatc c
and south Atlantic A IUIUc States SlateFQRJijICAST StatesI
FOR3BCAST I ORni CilST POR THE ESS5TRICT
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CONDITION OF THE WATER
HARPERS FERRY W Va NOT S Si s
i Both rivers clear cleatb
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MEYER IS GAIN GAINING GAININGIN GAININGIN ING INGIN
IN SENATE FIGPIT FIGJTr FIs T
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BELIEVED TO HAVE WETI HAVETHE
THE BEST CHANCE CH1CETO CHANCETO CHANCETO
TO SUCCEED LODGE LODGELatter LODGELatter
Latter Worried Over the De Determined Determined ¬
termined Stand of Gov GovernorElect Governor ¬
ernorElect ernor Elect FossCHANGE Foss FossCHANGE FossCHANGE
CHANGE WOULD CAUSE CAUSEVACANCY CAUSEVACANCY CAUSEVACANCY
VACANCY IN CABINET CABINETWashington CABINETWashington CABINETWashington
Washington Friends of Secretary of ofNavy ofNavy ofNavy
Navy Think His Pros Prospects Prosp Prospects ¬
pects p cts Good GoodThat Good GoodSoorMary GoodTha
That Tha Secretary of the Navy George Georgeyea
yea L I L Meyer Is likely to be the Den exi
Senator Se from Massachusetts Ma to teSeRater suc succeed > oeed
Senator Henry Cabot Ledge is the pro pre ¬
foundly interesting Information IDfena Inf rmation Oft which
hue come to Washington today from re rt ¬
liable authorityThis authority authorityThis
I This development develop aeat In tl Ute e Masqachueetts JlIaa ebu ett
J Senatorial situation is ODe that has
hardly been broached ltroae ed hitherto if it iteom Iteomes Iteomes
eom eomes s about a t it mean a DOt t only that
Senator Lodge the scholar of the Sen Senate Senate Seaate ¬
ate mil step down and out o of Con Congressional Coagre Congreeafonal ¬
gressional eloDa life Ute but that a Cabinet mem ¬
leer will be seat to the upper bouee of
Congress s and a Cabinet vacancy caused
It is learned J here that the assaults
upon Senator Lodge in Massachusetts et
are having ba ring effect in the nrst place the thei I
i Senator 5611 tor is much itch concerned over then 1
H He has succeeded in u setting a number
of 9 the strong Republicans of the tbesaUe Scale
to renounce any ant attempt to go to the
Senate la his place but there has been
no renunciation Uon from Secretary Meyer MeyerFoss JlIeyerI BeyerFoss
I Foss Attitude Worries WerriesIt
I It h Is > well known of coarse that Gov Governorelect GovI Governorelect ¬
I ernorelect FOBS has declared war on onSenator onI onSenator
I Senator Lodge and has given it out he hewill hewill
will campaign bD through the State from fromend fromeocI fromend
end to etd before be will allow Lodge
to be reelected While WhBeMr Mr Ledges Ledl
friends have said this would not nothiM defeat eiefiaiathim defeathint
hiM there is reason te betters it has hasadded Jtas8dcJed has hasadded
added not a a little to the worries ef o f the th e
Senator SenatorNow SenatorNow tOl tOlNow
Now there te reason to hellos that
Senator S II8or Lodge has r reached the point of ofwhether
JonJpUag whether He DMT better allow
his name tr tc ZO o before the bega legislature f1Ire
In that case he te said to prefer the theselection tbeaelectJeu
selection of Mae M Meyer Xey r to teftICOHd t succeed MmThe bim bimThe
The surprising rpdst t tninc tbia about the talk talkof talkof talkof I
of Mr Meyer JI er sue 8QOC sootee edteg Senator Ledge Ledgethat i
te that Senator tO Lodse has always took 1 i
fed on the present t Secretary of the t I Iwhom
Na Navy Yy All a strong rival as a mall OR
whom he would do well to keep weatc weatct watch watchlest watclLJest > < 1
lest t he wrest his seat in the Senate Senatefrom Se Serateew e erem I
from vi rem ew him himThe himTbe
viThe The Washington goeeta has always >
i
i I
i
GEORGE VOW L MEYERWhe 1dEYEW MEYER MEEYERWho
Who May Leave Cabinet to Enter the theSenate theSenate theSenate
Senate Senatebeen SenateI Senatebeea Senatebeen
I
been that Senator Ledge ws anxious anxiousto
to t keen Secretary Meyer hi a good goodappointive 11004a goalaapointive
appointive a office in order to prevent preventAim PN
Aim from t beeoral be becoming OID too bothersome bO with withrespect withu withrlspect
respect to the SenatOFsnip For this thisTeason thisJeeao
Teason surprise is caused le at the isactthat fact factthat
that 3r x Meyer is now bein bei beinr dfecaawd dfecaawdthe disenesedas eed2C
2C the probable successor sor to Mr MrLeans Lodge Lodgeleans LodgsLeans
leans Toward Meyer MeyerJust MeyerTo MeyerJust
Just t why this should come about tenot IIIbOt te isnot
not fully understood lIMer tood here but it te tesupposed IIIsupposed Lsupposed
supposed for one thing thine that If Mr MrLodge Mrioe8 MrLodge
Lodge does not return he ewIII ewIIIwant will naturallywant naturally naturallywant
want to have a hand in bestowing be to the themantle tbemautIe themantle
mantle on h Iris successor and presumably
he prefers Mr r Meyer to some of theother the theother titsother
other possibilities possibilitiesIt WIftio WIftioIt
It has been dear freer tbe day after afterthe ailOCthe afterthe
the election that the Senator Seneipr Senai it Ledge nee te tea Ina
a dangerous position v At the thetime acme acmedine saoHrtime
time It vies i 8 generally g generally nerUY been f ttllf elf t diiine ncre ncrethat
that he would win out and bo return returned
The < wrelopiirttau JlC p nb > > since election eteotJoKbeea have
been suck as to 0 complicate co JIeate Mr r Lodges Lodgestroubles Lodtteatroub Lodge
troubles troub tt oabka rather thaw to detract front frontand fromand
and simplif simplify r them themBut thetaBut
But it has not been supposed here be beor beor heor
or Us friends thought rt of clvhtg 1YbtJ we the thenicht
fight t It te not given en out here that thatthey thatthey
they have given nn as yet but it is
declared the wisdom of Senator Lodge Lodgeretiring Lodgeretiring
retiring from from the contest t in fav fa favor w of
Mr Meyer fey Is being beID gravely TeIy langMomd
MA MAY SPANK PUPILSIN PUPILSIN PUPILS PUPILSUse I
IN I1 PUBIC SCHOOLS SCHOOLSUse
Use of Rod Proper When Teachers Think It Necessary NecessaryAccording NecessaryAccording NecessaryAccording
According to tothe the he Decision of Superintend Superintendent Superintend7ent ¬
ent Stuart
A Washington V88h imagtea school teacher te eJterlaM may mayleas
laM a JMIJIII in geed eW COURtly bash fask10ft
ion 1 041 whenever wbe eY r she sees seasThis at atTbte 1ftwas
This his was the verdict v ct of Sn Superintendent Superintendentof eriatendent eriatendentof
of PublIc Schools A A T Stuart issued issuedtoday Jseuedtoday Issuedtoday
today when the question of corporal corporalptnusament corporalPUJ
punishment PUJ S Dteftt was referred to him himNo aimNo himNo
No widespread epidemic of spankings spankingsis apankh gs gsIs
is expected as a result of this opinion opinionhowever ophrioboweYer opinionhowever
however since teachers ers were wer tW that thatthey ttltey thatthey
they must make report of all cases of ofcorporal orcerporal
corporal punishment te su suprincipals INtrInclpa
principals principalsI
001 I rather suspeet that they t to ouId ouIdrather ld
rather forage for this P1 particular jrorjn for for 1 r rpunishment of ofthan orMIniBbmeot
punishment said I Ute mapertate te1 tdet ent entthaa
than make the report i iit oBt don YJt YJtIt
it understood that t we encourage eBCOU encouragemethod e this thismethod I j
method of cijrimanalng apep apepwe a pupil But Butwe Butwe
we are oldfesaion OWf sfIoaed d enough to believe believethat beIleyethat
that at times it is highly efncacTs efncacTsThe er1icac er1icacque3tlon s sThe
The question ct c corporal punfenment punfenmentcauae JMlnlcameothas pnnkamenthas
has been dormant In recent Years 1M 1Mcuse be
cause of the establishment establlebi eat ef the In Incorrigible IDoorrigtble ¬
corrigible schools sch Ols to which wr atrsli Us s of ofrefractory ottory ofreCraetory
refractory tory temperatment have been beenAZW DeeRaeot beanseat
seat AZW
I IIJttte I
IJttte J LIttIe ItUe is known about a t these schools schoolssaid oIssaid schoolsaid
said Mr Stuart bat their work has b8sbeen Iranbeen 1 1been
been highly effective One is located at atthe atthe I
the Gales School First First and G streets s snorthwest j
northwest the other in n Georgetown Georgetowna WJI ae aBC1 aBC1a I
a third at SZS P street northwest northwestMr t tMr j
Mr Start Sl art explained that It was not DOtthe notthe I Ithe
the practice to banish an unruly pupil HIpftHILL I IHILL
HILL VISITS TAFT TAFTID TAFTMUM 7
ID MUM ON MISSION KINJames
James J Hill the railroad rali roamagnate roamagnategn magnate magnatewas magnatewas
was aDleD among th tAd < callers at the White WhiteHouse WhiteHOWIe gn
House this morning and one of the few fewmen fewMen
men to see President Taft t since the re return re retunt return ¬
turn of the Chief Executive from Pan Panl PaBam PanIt
am amR
R l is supposed Mr HIll called to talk talkover talkover
over the th contents of the m message with withect wltkrespect withr
respect r ect to railroads He would discuss BJIOtbiJIf discussno
no JIOtbiJIf intr for publication publicationMr t IbUeallonMr d blicsilon blicsilon31r
Mr Hill d d remerk that the t e results resultsof
of the reccit race it It election showed a pro pronounced JK8BClUned proaeuneM ¬
nounced tendency in the country te in ¬
dependent depead nt voting votingThe yoUDgThe votingThe
The people are sire settlor more and andraora
more independent Reid 3 Mr HW ft kfe
10 a good things It ItMlts puts the potttielans potttielanswhere MfttIel8Rwbere peittieis peittieiswhere
where they belong One effect etl t of the
large indej indeten4etat Independent aadei t vote ns is that the dem demasos demagogue detaagogue
asos agogue e is being relegated relesatedI
I
tI
I to these schools ac UIs for his school life lIr but butt
it I t was the aim
to thore apply
apply cor oorrectires correctives cor corr ¬
r rectives tl that would send him back to tothe tothe
the theraded shaded schools a sadder and a aThe
wiser Wi8erMI pupiL pupiLThe ILThe
The The question ot corporal co ral punishment
seemed s to be a matter of considerable
doatrt ia the minds of teachers to C ors lid nd ndtributed
the absence of it in past Y years US Is at
tributed to 8 widespread d idea that tt ita > i
11Ite nee is prohibited in the public schoote schootei
As a matter of fact ct there is no Jaw
i against a whipping
pupils the only re re ¬
quirement being that which Superin ¬
tendent t Stuart pointed out this morn
inc l ag A record must be made of all
cafees of corporal punishment and this
report must be forwarded to the teach i
ers supervising principal
As far as could be learned at the Z 1
Ace of o the Board of Education this
morning there has been no case of
corporal c orporal punishment in in the past ant year
Now that the ban has been been removed
the small boy o
may be expected to be
aqueiebed s ed with great promptness
SENATOR cur CUMMINS CUMMINSTO MINS MINSTO
TO HELP SHIPPERS
IN FIGHT ON I RATES RATESWill RATESWill
Will Appear Before Inter Interstate Int interstate r rI ¬
I state Body to Thwart ThwartIncrease ThwartIncrease ThwartIncrease
Increase in West WestCHICAGO WestCHICAGO
I I II II
I
II
I CHICAGO TRAFFIC TRAFFICMAN TRAFFICI TRAFFICMAN
I MAN A WITNESS WITNESSI WITNESSTells
i iTells
I Tells Commission Increased IncreasedJReve IncreasedJReveDue > Reve ReveI Revenue
I nue for Roads Would Be Paid Paidby Paidby
by Ultimate Consumer ConsumerShipper ConsumerSlalppeq ConsumerSblppers
Shipper who are lighting agfcttn btorc before elM the
Interstate Commerce Cemmmsiea Cemmmsieaagainst c cagdUlt Commissionagatast
against the propose proposed a inerew f in infreight IArreight Infreight
freight rates rat win have ah a1II able cham champion c champion ¬
i pion plo in tor Senator Albert B Cummin CtI of ofIowa ofIowa
Iowa 10 who has oomonted GOII t te + a appear U Ubefore
before the body bodyorganization bodySenator
Senator tuDUDln will represent DOorpabatJOII DO noorgasisatlon
organization The Issue before Cere the tlIeromM1s thecommission
commission loa does not involve rates rateswest rtewest rateswest
west of the Mississippi but Senator Senatori SenatorCnmmiss
Cummins m te isrfullr fully aware of the effect eUCecta
a favorable ra vonJth aedeiea for the railroads railroadswin rl1r rl1rwU railroadsw
win wU w ill I have baY upon the jh proposed I U II advances advancesin
in Iowa IowalUtdttM a4 tHe Western tena territory terJf terJfThe
The Sen Ir > r probably will not t ap appear appear appear ¬
pear until W aber gt CJer r the Brat of tW the year 7earun yearun
un account 0 of the mass of te8tIMoRY
yet et to come comeCkicagean comeChicagoan
Chicagoan CJlica Testifies TestifiesToday TestifieLToda7 TestifierrToday
Today H fL C C Barlow head of th thChicago the tbeTraJne theChicago
Chicago Traffic Association tIoIa was w OR ORthe 011be onthe
the be stand te the interest of the ship shippers sbfprs shippers ¬
pers rs Mr Barhrw Bar is the star witness witnesspoint witnessagainst eN eNaptnt
against Ute rsads from the cal technicalpoint calpoint
point of vi new w He is isroad a former rail rIlroad railroad
road man and is looked upon pew Mast Sastand Mastand t tand
and West W fISt a as being one of the greatest greatestpractical greateetpraetkal greatestpraetieal
practical authorities au in rate nu making makingMr VM > king kingMr kJarKr
Mr Barlow opposed the proposed proposedIncreases MopaeocIbaerea proposedincreases
Increases e on sevcal s tai 1 grounds grov He Heshowed HeaOw Heshowed
showed aOw among other t things that the theincreased tJtelaerea theincreased
increased ed revenue r which the carriers carrierswere can1erswere carrierswere
were asking king for would be exacted exactedfront exactedfro exactedfrom
front fro the small instead of the large largeshippers 111ppe Largeshippers
shippers ppe that the < cost of living livingwould Itvtagwould livingwould
would be advanced te t the consumer eoneossrof consumerof UJller UJllerof
of moderate means by the higher higherrates higherrates glMr glMrrata
rates and drat the railroads r1lr had al already aJr8lWty alreads ¬
ready enjoyed enormous increases increasesduring Increasesdaring S SdU
dU during daring the past ten years
Taking T the position that the theposed tk o othe
posed oJt JWUes va the official sjast fO
di tIeR 4 tlitrrtt1 rrlt tva t y t were WINreoPltIe Kajawt there ¬
fee for urea sin oPltIe srtitbo hie Mir KrBariIrw Bariirw precdncaa 1 Irk F
dated lacrv fc 1 i c d Asiirea oa to hear r oat 011
tse die eoiU cu a IT 1 V jl 1 the anippera ablpJt abip ra rs
fit 7 the tJt ar r > hiee Jaee he I said safe the invaeies in
ereasne would be divided S 85 per oeM centamtaog eentnmons
amtaog nmons the c as shipments and 15
amonc the rommodity shipments
The little little necessaries D esearies es of life IIr the
goods handled bv 07 the small retail
More and purchased 8N by b the consumer consumerof
of moderate added
low war shipped as class freight
This me mea that the present cost eo t of
ltvtng livtns was certain to be affected if
the advances adr n1Li fences go into effect
He salO 81 that only 1 11 per cent of the the4t
tonnrge 4t of railroads world be af ¬
fected rdtertatlf r aterfany ltertan by the t e proposed d ad d
waee If t the railroads must mu t have haverevtmte JuLyer
more revenue r Tt be contended all
trafnc should 01td be made mad to bear a pro ¬
portionate share of the tJa burden burdenEffect btlrdenBifed burdenB
Effect B ect Not Serious SeriousDuring SerionsD1II1Rg SeriousDearing
During the discussion or the effect of ofthe eCthe ofthe
the higher rates upon ft the cost of liv ¬
ing Chairman Knapp advanced the theoptatoa tileopIaIoR theopinion
opinion that 8 rate which added one onecent ece onecent
cent to each pair of shoes anoas snipped snippedwould shippedwould
would net serfouaijr affect the ultimate HttimcUeoencaaor 11ItllRGteOMIiI5WJDer ultimateoonumer
oencaaor This brought bn 90 a 8 centreverily coatro coatroveoar CODtrObetween
verily between the Chairman and the at attorneys attsrtigys ¬
torneys ta1 VS for the shippers shl rsr an and resulted rMUJt Q in inmore Inmore I
I
more detailed testimony on the of
Mr Barlow BarlowMr
Mr jBarfow claimed toe price of the theshoes theHoes theshoes I
shoes would be advanced front tr 5 to 3 3per 10 10per i iper
per cent to the consumer if the 1 cent
freight increase went into effect t 1 lie e i
said that every party who handled the
shoes would add just a little more to I
the price using the higher hlgherfreIg freight t rates rat ratL
as an excuse excuseCLAIM excuseCLAIM
GEMENTI GEMENTION
CLAIM L INFRINGEMENT INFRINGEMENTON
ON FOUNTAIN PEN PENJustice PENT1J8tke PENJustice
Justice Stafford Star 1d today rendered 8 de decision dodebit e eclslon ¬
debit in the District Supreme Court In Inthe 10the inthe
the suit of I L L E E TCatrman Co of otNew ofNew
New Fork York against t John Saadi a Wash ¬
ington merchant m rebant in which an Injunction injunctionwill
will wm be issued against t the defendant en ¬
joining him from offering for sale a acertain acertain I I
certain kind of fountain p pen n alleged to
be an imitation of the WatermanInfringement waterman watermanInfringement
Infringement of the Waterman trade trademark trademark trademark ¬ I
mark was alleged The decree was nut no nosigned
signed today IMI
BANDITS LOOTING LOOTINGMEXICA LOOTINGMEXICAN
MEXICAN VILLAGES
I
FRANCISCO I 1 MADERO KADEROLeader MADEROLeader MADEROLeader
Leader ef the Mexican ca Revolt Revelt Who Is Reported te Have Been Wounded WoundedIn WoundedIn WoundedIn
In Wake of Crushed Rebellion Mexico Is How ow Con Confronted Confronted Confronted ¬
fronted WithJRioting and Pillage That Th t Is Endan Endangering En EndtnLife n ngeeing ¬
geeing Life and Property
BmL BmLn 3 LLHI A1 i iT5
B PAso PAso Tex T We lY s a a5PM D ii iitie L1O L1Othe
tie t rMezasetirf5t rMezasetirf5tmeat ileifcaH r grrarntjiimf grrarntjiimfment tY rDlmt f iN I U II IIment
ment taat the revolt Ii > y9it ill r v r the f ar arlen na
4a 5 a ef F Fen rt WMw W Whpp1t l i eaeisti fimmisHag CI 4i g of tteee tteeeCerapaaieK tlu treeCetapaaueg e eCempam
CerapaaieK has aas been s e erdened t te pnIj tie tieborder t1teherder the theborder
border te protect pretectAa1rericaM Aa Aalocieaas > ricami and aKiean Astet Astetiean Ai t tlean
iean property
MEXICO CITY NOT 1i 3t 2IiwJa Wteh the theXadero UteXadero theMadero
Xadero levolutton rMl ltIOa prmettoatty praecIeaIIrthe crushed emohodthe crushedthe
the Mexioan govemmeoc enuaetae today has 11taR a athat abeak
taR oC Feat magnitude 011 b bor hnit hnitthat
that of auShsg erushms out the wvre rare of eCarciay anaercby an anareny
arciay areny which 1 Jc to following hi the wake Rkeof wakeof dte dteo
of the rebellion rebellionStfll rebeilloBStBI rebellionStill
Still Some FSgbtiajBandits FigWingBlKHt8 FSgbtiaj FIgbtingBandits
Bandits and desperadoes MGes bxve It e t band 11Ddcd banded and anded
ed with crimtaels f II related tr ices juts jutsand jailsaDd jakband
and according CCO to latest resorts they theyare tbeFare theyare
are attacking and pflta pI1 plunging mc small fcvwns fcvwnsdrivms toJWJIr1TtDg Lwnsdriving
driving off stock and doing great dam damage damA3e damage ¬
age to railroad property propertyFederal KOpertJFe propertyFederal
Federal Fe eral troops were sent today t y te t
r
THE THREE KEYS KEYSBy
By FREDERIC ORMOND ORMONDThe
The end t nd of all things thin 1 is i reall the
s really beginning forth for the young aun a n sm an anwho auwho
who having just just squandered squanderedn his 1a last t dollar dbllaTis is told he must must raise ii a 1 1ID11110Il icaif icaifmillion kdfon
million on within three tl1 ee days daysHe daysHe ro roHe
He betrays betra csaa a trust reaps the reward of his villainy and and not only onlyrescapes old y yescapes
escapes eScapesthe escapes the consequences of his misdeeds but regains his fortune and andmuch andn
much i i n ili more And when you have read the story you will will say he h did d Just Justright
right rig ht This Thjsexciting exciting serial serialegins serialaeginsin seriali serialBe
aeginsin i egins in inBe The Times Tom rrow rrowBe i
Be sure and get the first installment of one of the best stories ever everpublished ev everpublished
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Mmmre has boa dmnppeared tl l T 411I onsnfte detfintte detfinttesilt the theeJEutxs tIIeecldlerw
eJEutxs silt n > of X schiters cued secret agents agentsto agentsto
to nnd f ud bite A nation DttoDwilie wide search was wasstarted wasIItarted wasstarted
started for him today under tb tt stimu stimnins stimulus ¬
ins of tfcereward tfcerewardBespim tIM reward rewardI
I Bespim the reported qutet to the north northand BOrthf northand
f and south and the rumors that Madero Maderoh
115 k h > so badly wounded wouade that he cannot cannotlead eauaoCI cannotexpressed
lead his troop noop u th belief was wastoday expressed expressedtoday ou I Ell d
I today that the revolution te not entirely entirelyqueUed eJJtlrelyI entirelyquelled
I queUed notwfthstaadtng 1IOt n tb the leek of oforganfeatten o oamong f
lorpktoa organfeatten among the rebel bands hondsAeoordhag b8ndsta bandsAeoordtn
Aeoordtn Aeoordhag te t the latest reports slim slimilsbg aktrmlehfag 3knaI
I lehfag is st still going on around Torreefl TorreeflAnother Toneeareport TorreeaAnother
Another report stated that thatwas Matamoras Matamoraswas KatamontsI
I was in danger of e attack although war warMinister WrJ waxMinister
Minister J Costs today received advices advicesfrom advIcefnNR advisestruss
from General Viltr vm r from headquarters beadquarteraat ers ersat
at Monterey that all was quiet around aroundXetamoras nUDdXeaunoru arv arvMetamoras and
Xetamoras and that his scouts brought broughtno brovghn0 t tBe
no word ord of rebel bands bandsBands bancJBaJIds beardsBands
Bands of anarchists AD1Ch aaatrhistsas as the govern governContSnued governCoaUoued go fl flContinued
Continued on Sixth Page
PRISONER PRISONERADMITS PRISONERADMITSHE ADMITS ADMITSHE ADMITSHE
HE KILLED PASTOR PASTORJohn cZ
John Sears Under Arrest at Trenton Confesses That That hat t
I He Murdered the Rev Andrew L Armstr Arlnstrong Iag and andWife andWife
Wife to Get a Legacy
j fifteen hours of questioning qu John Sears Searsa
I
a negroIndian Begz IIMIIaa at al breed reed arrested hereyeater4ay here herey hereye
ye tmdaY y broke dOwn and confessed confessedtoday confessedtoday tUi tUitcHIay
today that be murdered the Rev An Andrew Aadrew Andrea ¬
drew L 1 Armstrong and his wifeSears wife wifeSears
II Sears said he Kitted biJdMr Ya Mr ir Armstrong Al to toget toet toget
get et the money w ftirfch > ich he knew was to tocome tocome tocomae
come to him as a legaaey l gcy from A tile pas pastora pustorri
tora estate
Because of 1M mesee f elig acaIMt aenlestSeam
I I Soars and the fear f o of mob violence tJ the tIaepo thepollee e
police are aHemema atu atteanpthsF l 1 to camt eaha pW pWopmioa Ib Ibs IbAt
opmioa opmioaAt 0Iibd0LAt
At the end of the examination theanused the theaccused theaeeu
s
accused man who has been hi the Arm Armstrong ArmJUU Ariastrong ¬
strong family JUU y since he was two w wold weeksold
old was too weaK to stand and and had to tobe to1M tobe
be carried e trled te his cell from the roomwllerePlOItMUtor roomwhere room roomwhere
wllerePlOItMUtor where Prosecutor William J Crossiey Crossieyand CrOlSleYlid Crossisrand
and the police had questioned hint with without With0IIt withIntermission ¬
out intermission since his arrest yester yesterday yesterr ynterday ¬
r day T The prosecutor himself was worn wornout wornt wornnut
out t by the ordeal or and staggered ed as he
I left the jail jailTII4
I The people living to the communityaround community
around Dutch Neck eek were w were re aroused si almost
I meet to a spirit of t BlOb vengeance enCe today
The sheriff < said that extra guards would
be placed in the jail tonight t although
it was not believed by the police that t
they were needed neededThe neededT
The T mother of the halfbreed t1 also
brought suspicion upon herself by her
strenuous str ll1iOUS endeavors endeavors to shield her son
insisted tR today upon vteKmg him in his hisicatt
cell and carrying food to Mm him but the
authorities s prevented her herI
Because of the prominence of the Rev
Mr Armstrong and his wife and andabiding the
I abiding affection in which The Dcml Dexninle Dcmlt
t ate DIe as he was known for twenty miles milesI
I around was held held hundreds of people
visited vi the scene of the crime today and a
the authorities bad a hard time to pre pre pr e ¬
vent some of them from restraining restrain
their excited anger against Sears
Duriac the fortyfour years that Mr
Armstrong AJDa8tro had been pastor nter at Butch Dui Duiana
Neck N ek innbad he had seengenerations seen seeRJ1Deratious generations grow u up
and1 many y of the middleaged middleagedthe 8 ed people peopleoat
aiieP oat t the country were christened hrl ened and andinured
inured married DItTi toy him himChesapeake himChesapeake
Chesapeake and Ohio Fast Servicelie Service ServiceTJe ServiceBe
lie Cincinnati CiDdBnatlSt IxHmwlile Indiana
St St Louis LoaI5 Chicago and the West WesttrMac T 5110 5110iron
train trMac to t St rots rotsMS wftfc CMengo sleep
ars MS Jefpte levad YeS Yf Washington W1iMdn gton OR iJO S p m Other
trains trai p p m IL and 1110 11 10 p m First Firstclass
class d ais a la carte dining car service ser lce lceedvt
Advt
ACCUSES ACCUSESI ACCUSESDISTRICT I
DISTRICT DISTRICTI DISTRICTBRUTALITY
I
POLICE OF OFBRUT OFWanner
BRUT BRUTALITY BRUTALITYDischarged ALITY ALITYDischarged
Discharged DischargedPOLICE Prisoner P Wanner soner Claims ClaimsHe ClaimsHe ClaimsHe
He Is Victim of ofTriird ofTliird o oThird
Third Degree DegreeAIMS DegreeAIMS DegreeAS
AIMS AT OFFICERS OFFICERSIN
IN 4TH PRECINCT PRECINCTCharges PRECiNCTCharges PREC iNC iNCCharges
Charges Bluecoats Bluecoa ts Tried Triedto T Triedt0 tied tiedt
t to Force Him to Con Confess CORf Confees
fees f ss Larceny LarcenyThat
That Thatspite Ute P8IIo or Wad W L Ie de despite
spite the auseiUons 11 u of Major Maserdo fljfiuisju 91 91do
do make ma use of TIIiIW TIIiIWode TWma I Detgred > esc o orecinct sotb sotbods
ode to 1 farce ooafesisu HIJ t wspetisod wspetisodprisoners 15 15pmoDeCll
prisoners was the atatetroeast ataaeattJdo ataaeattJdomo nnrarSe this thismorning
mo morning DT Edwanl Itiebards fIlL 11 lilt
union strut Xr XrA southwest southwestAccording
According A tI ids statement 1MJIIl there are aremeD aremeans
meD Is ue Ia at least ono MIIIee MIIIeestatio pelvesstation
statio station oC UaJce1t7 this dtythat es tile tilerectDcttbatl8IIdad 1rt 1rtprecinctthat
> precinctthat recinct rectDcttbatl8IIdad that remind rmlddef onefocdbfy ef d1lly a ef th thSpanish
Spanish h teautettton m and he rlahns that thata thatthe t tthe
the police wtaa atop at aotiwb to ke kea
a suspected man confess eoat mfe V the dim o owhich e ewhich ofwhich
which he te accused accusedNo ce88edo acusedto
No o man cvn er mn jiiissllilj = = ly know the ueture m mtures bntares
tares which are Inflicted at L these ese sta stations 1ItatloDs ¬
tions tloDs said Richards Jt teIIanIs his teerafltg MMnnmm 11II 11IItn mn mntfl unfa
tfl he has been confined conflf l4 d theretime there theretime lIIItJtt
time tIme an sad feels M18 the po J1TM p v of the thewhen MIIIre MIIIrewJtea
when the want 10 use ve elljin moatrrt in
aM menu t to free tIN prisear Le eGII eGIIfL ento
fL fLTells
T Tells s ffis Story StoryAceordtng StKyAcco Storyteeoedta6
Aceordtng Acco teeoedta6 to his story storyarrested Rlehntda was wasarreswd wasarrested
arrested on tile afternoon of Novcssber N Naweaab lot lotWith r rIli
35 charged with stealing a tot of rope ropeOsnrk ropeand
and aawlkoafiotiaewbazratwtalclathe aawlkoafiotiaewbazratwtalclatheOsarJc Iron tress the wharf at whi the theOerk
Osnrk was tied This property pIOpeItytIP belonged belongedte
te tile Government 0eY4k mt and the ponce found inndRickards foundarsis
JtIcItarda t a away a number or orof
lengths of r from tIIehart the wbarL RIda Idehtrim
arsis nIB admiued oM ta taking th Baa rope but said la idbat id
that i ttt he Seed it eat t 9f of t t thad the Jhoer ad
had lit mid tt OA the wharV WIIUt to dry
X I was taken ts ea at once to the harnor baelorHeasbets harnorOehante
Heasbets edkio4 4 Oehante tileaac rand randcjn sad
they vaestioilbdt q Ala J too them cjn
die e trutnUmu 1IUtI I had gotten the e rope repsbe
I out of thIf
th
riser
be and had not stolen it It
but at they y didnt di believe heUev belie f me and took tookmy
me op to Mtioakoaso tatlo No 4 4
When I SOt there I demanded to e
my people for I
wanted them to lilt 8
lawyer for me But the captain at be
stationhouse IJtatloD told me I c cone couldnt coul see aay
one for some time I i il asked him why wily
1 tot ot and lie answered with aD Gala at
l I + would ° iL3e sine tn them TO when hen be Sot ° reedy ADd
thai tba I had
no
charge agate t me s a y yet a
and 5 aI t5Jreforei tlrtrrf I couMn couldDt
all t see anyone aJIY > ee at
until the charge wasCet was mndoT mndoTCJotiws made madeCauses
Causes Taken Away
Thentbey rbea Thos ahoy they took mo tote a eeffl and
locked the door
first taking
away WQIDT my
necktie DecktIe cottar and behVCor
eno an ef
the poHocmen said hed ed see that I
wouldnt try any aD monkey liillmsi and
kill myself I didnt haw hav any idea of
doing that tIIat he b they ey look my tIIItIp Ihlat
away just the tJMTbea same
Then I taftd down on my bo and
tried to go to sleep About half
past
Is I think it was I heard
a key h Ia t the e
door
and three men rushed in m IlL It was
wark and I could see their faces but
I know the were policemen poUc by the
feel of f then dothes dothesstuff
ODe of theM w to me
You knowwee l where YOU pt t at
stuff You got It oar the wharf r
Jfff N I didnV dltta I aW aid I got It out
of the river riverThen riverThea riverthe
Then the first man said r You Youtmrd k
and cursed me ad tWt fd U tieeenC
J8c maCaatt C by the arms aDd held tae I8e alai It
third took tookand i8 thumb ItDd sit 4 tilt IIruger r
and poked th embitn my oath t11
I cried eMIt with t1M IL yet
caa He tJte marks that eT imtt wen
JaOW
mat 1 Cut Cutten QItMa c L LTen
Ma they tried again is pot Art to toIell totell
ten them that I got the thewfcarf eta K o < tile tieswharf
wharf but I Icut WGUIdJat and ua they
left aSo with JaF eyes aD awsie lid andcut lideat
cut eat when weru their finger naOs had gone
into my mam 1IeMIa They hurt so > o that I Icouldnt Ieoalda Icouldnt
I couldnt eoalda t get a bit of sleep aO that night nighteyes aJhtI nightI
I hate Ie wltseases Jt to prove that IDJ
eyes were wergalI an hurt and cut for my girl
cans cane to ae t ee me Ae next day and I
can set her to prove what I ear at
my eyes ey I dont want w wshell to get het Into
0dII Jt I can help It it hat I k that thatahem
shell prove JIIIOV what I say saydown 7
rhat That was about all they did to moit
down there TIle next morning a po po
Uceman came ca in and wanted i to know
if I wanted to confess to takfmr that
stuff I MId aM I
that AMnX smfl son was wa sdidnt s
Uk taken k n to Police Court where en the
advice qf f my lawyer X wafvo 1Falvt6 exam ¬
ination and was ran commftted in dreraIItt ddaaltof fti feult feultof
of a 4CO N bond I maaaged d to blest vet a
bondena man an last night abed ad nd they lei me meout
out of the jailGeorge Jail JailGeorge JaiJXc
George Mcl Mclxmnid Xc eawM atton an atteeaev v far Kteb Ktebapds BIdtadB l3idsapds
apds when asked about tb the oj aIraIr tr this thismorning iksmorning
morning declined to discuss ItOther tt ttOtiier It ItOtlter
Other Cases Mentioned MestioaeiI eatioDei
I w wthte would prefer Ant to be grpiei ea eathis
this particular case on said MrmeDen MrmeDenald Xr XralcJ ire eDwt eDwtaid
aid toroI for of rOcrse cbt s I dontthtnt dolt know nay
thtnt th thing personally Iy of the matter only onlywhat I Iwhat
what my cttent has told me Bat I will wQlof willsay willsay Tit Titwhat
say this that a very large urge PE PEof peroeertsape peroeertsapeof
of my clients hu told to me ihoJt the tikepollee tkiepolice
police have used force on them te J neffort n neffort nI
I effort to make them confess Wh Wheal 1iItlthax lsK > r
I there is any truth in what they tty FI tr
I net I cant tell td but it seen seers to r ire IieI irethat e
I that them Is JWaoke e enough iM cirt to jusaity ju j tir tirac fy >
iat ai least the presumption that there is is
I a Are somewhere somewhereIn somewhereInquiry re reI
I In Inquiry < iuiiy at Pollee Headquarters caoerHft ci cicemittg crl crlcerJltJl
cemittg cerJltJl oerHft the charges made bv Edwaris Ewar is
I brought out the fact that Major ifajorvester S Ss 1
I vester knows nothing Aothin whatever of o oeharsess f fcharges t
charges and that there te apparent apparernno apparnlrDO apparentno
no record of f any p evch ch h < mplafnt plaint a main ai i t
the ofiOoers of the fourth precinctBirraisgbtan precinct precinctBixmiagmtm prfdnctBirmiuPa
Bixmiagmtm Special SpeculOn SpecialOn
On and after Sundey sutra Nov 000 o oera 27 7 Sr Srern S Sern >
ern RaHwavs Birmingham sporfii Spnrbtiins pr i t ting >
ing Washington a8hingtfm il tai > p n m rt < lf i i
carry any Pullman Qhvertatioa Ob eratk atiot > i sl 1f FiPPpI epir > rJrlJ T t tr ir
to AUanta and Blrminghajn Birn DghamAuit Aavt t tr
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