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lUMBER 6935 69 5 Yesterdays Circulation 49610 W WASHINGTON ASHrnG O FRIDAY EVENING Il + DECEMBER 30 1910 Sixteen Pages PRICE O2 ONE E CJSSfT GE < E rr l
GILLETT GILLETTBLLL BILL PUTS PUTSGREAT PUTSGREAT PUTSGREAT
GREAT HARDSHIP ON ONFEDERAL ONFEDERAL ONFEDERALWORKERS
FEDERAL FEDERALWORKERS FEDERALWORKERSSacrifices WORKERS lOHERSSacrifices WORKERSSacrifices
Sacrifices Good of Many to toBetter toBetter toBetter
Better Few Says Miss MissSmith 11issSmith MissSmith
Smith SmithAIDS SmithAIDS SmithAIDS
AIDS ONLY EMPLOYES EMPLOYESNOW EMPLOYESNOW EMPLOYESNOW
NOW READY TO RETIRE RETIREOffers RETIREOffers
4 4Offers
Offers At Best Nothing That Any AnyClerk AnyC1eIk AnyClerk
Clerk May Not DoBetter DoBetterHimself Do Better BetterH BetterHit
Himself HimselfStriking H Hit lH5elfStrikiny lself lselfStriking
Striking Defects in Gillett GllelltBill GittettBill GillettBill
Bill BillGfflett BillGillett Bill BillGi1ett
Gillett bill shoulders 1d ers the Govern Governments Gevemmeats GovernmeMts ¬
meats roapmotbaity 1IiIity 811 a the em empleye emplo employe
pleye pleyeSacrifices plo ployeSacxilces
ploSacrii L
Sacrifices es ge pM d ef greatest e3te t atun atunfcer 1itfmbet atimber
bet te Better eeeditiea ef a few fewLife fewLife fewLife
Life itliiarat iaMraace < ce peK peIicy < gr offersgreater offers offersgreater Glfersgreater
greater benefits at lees e c oe et tkaacontribctsiy tkaa tkaacontribetery tka1icontriktwy
contribetery piaa piaaBill pIa1iBill plaaBill
Bill coafi c C4 miecates aBcate cater eppert1mities pp rtHBities fer ferbetter ferbetter ferbetter
better iaveataeats tmeats 8f f esipleyes esipleyesIt eitipleymeaey
mo meaey meaeyIt ey eyI
It I t wentt we wv + iaftct i ct karannip 1Iar ec e 16000out t5oooout 16000 6000out
out ef f 30000 JO M employes ia tile tb DK DKtrict District Dletrict
trict trictBy
By MISS ETHEL M SMITH SMITHBtaeaa SJnTHBerea SMITHBreaf
Btaeaa Breaf t Pieherie5Any Piaheries PiaheriesAny FiML FiMLAny
Any attempt to solve the nroMeav preiieaof nroMeavof pro lIl lIlof
of superannuation In th tM evil aervfee aervfeeshould Mn1eeshould ervieeshould
should aektnowle4 acknowledge tre a the beginning 1 of ofthe o othe ofthe
the matter matterThe DlAtterThe matterThe
The Got finds It is lf today ttedayIn todayin
in difficulty as a result of its Itssstem awa awasystem own ownsystem
system and certain inevitable laws of ofnature ornature f fnature
nature It seeks to relieve itself of ofthis 8lth ofthis
this th is difficulty and te embaranoe to 1adoing todoing Indoing
doing so by a humanitarian sentiment sentimentpast JlCDOaIentand
and plea in 1 e1laK of aged ea Isyea Isyeawho y yho
who ho are past usefulness asst Iaealr lgqaeeed lgqaeeedSome tea JN aeed aeedIVi d I ISome
+ IVi IViSome
Some wetion acnat aeamc 1 1interests be Brett hi M Min theinterests
interests in tereSUJ of the service B But t the theGovernment theGove1J1lDeat theGovernmeat
Government whose lose own coaeara and andwhose aDdwhose andwhose
whose reaponaiMIIty r 1t7 it is ones a Bet Betish notwish t tKisH
wish ish to spend the money needed In Intfle Jath isthr
tfle th t cause Hence the GIllett Yl Ylwith bilewith fl flwith
with ita pronoattion to ahsuMor sb idler tte heCrwernmeat tb tbGovernments tteGnveTl1l
GnveTl1l Governments teata yc ea o aMHty a upon uponCzovernmenfs tM tMGovellUllCAt taeGovernments i
Governments employ employGoad eatployeGd Ioe IoeGeM
Goad effuy of f Masy Is SacrificedThe Sacrificed SacrificedThe SacrilicedThe
The injustice I of tn tile thins U has how however Jtower ¬
ever e er still another aspect The em employes eJRploy employes ¬
ployes ploy S of the civil service are inmdfiduals indi IBdiiduaJs i ividuals
viduals of diverse private creuaa creuaastances qrcum qrcumstances circumstances
stances and no general rule reach reaching reaeIng reaching ¬
ing so materially into their personal personalaffairs alaffairs personalaffairs
affairs could hy 1 r any poaaiMlity po Ulty be bejust bejust bejust
just to aU U The Giilett bID sacrifices sacrificesthe sAcdGeethe saertAcesthe
the good of the greatest numiier in inorder faorder isorder
order to better the condition 8l 8le 8lMost f a afew afew
few e
fewMost
Most employes mpIoy do not expect to toserve toserve toserve
serve the Government all their livesand lives livasinarie 1fT 1fTand
and in Jaet reeeat Jlpres slew for 1era fora
a single year 11ft 11 JMIctOII res1 natlo in inthe Iathe Isthe
the District of Columbia and 11M4 11M4In 11 11in 11SIn
In the entire country countryResignations couatrTResigDaUoa countryResignation
Resignations dismiosals dia and deaths deathsin t 8in
in the pa par par have left at present t in inthe iathe inthe
the District only l r about 7ft 7 1 employee employeswho employeewho es eswho
who are seventy years old and over
3300 who are sixty years and over overThat overThat overThat
That Is to say yo 3 per cent of the thewhole thewhole thewhole
whole 3t S YI0o0 or at t tper the very moot 11 11pr 11per
per cent cent would under the t1 e Gillett bill billbe bUIbe billbe
be made the beneficiaries I of a plan planwhich plaawhith planwhich
which would be a handicap JtD Icp to the therenfeininjr therfniUniJI theremiss
remiss renfeininjr 91 7fe or 89 j jJer p er sentretirement cent Yetthey Yet Yetthey Yetthey
they call this plan of ot retirement retirementequitable redrementequitable retirementequitable
equitableComp equitableCompany equitable equitableCompoiaery
Comp lHy Saving s Jfet t Ef Equitable EquitableThe ttitaHe ttitaHeThe le leThe
The argument ia support of the theterm theterm theterm
term equitable equitableThe I IJf course fanlblar fanlblarThe fanmjiarThe
The bill te ln effect e ect a compulsory compulsorysavings coaIPWlseIYsatnp compalorysavingn
savings account for each employe employeAll nntpleyeA11 ye yeAll
All that is contributed coatrlbtedi is returned returnedwith r rwith retaraedwith
with compound d interest interestOur JwterestOur interestOur
Our reply is that no 41 compulsory compulsoryContinued eoiaIHIlsoryC0athnte4 compulsoryCamttsued
Continued on Seventh Jg jage jageWEATHER g gVEATHER 0 0WEATHER
WEATHER REPORT REPORTThe
The weather will will be much colder eokIernight te teniht tonight
night threugheut u t the Bastam and andiV Bdutl1ea andoutheeern
iV utl1ea utbe te1J1 teni States and tt will be bewarmer earmer bewarmer
warmer Saturday fa m the a > upper lakeregion lake lakelegion lakezfgion
legion and the Ohio and Mbxrtoelpptvalleys a Mbxrtoelppt SlseyMi SlseyMivalleys I Ian
valleys valleysstorm valleysStorm an ys ystonn
storm tonn warnings are dtaplayed ye4 on the theAtlantic tJteAtianUc theAtlantic
Atlantic coast from Jacksonville Tadatoa to toKastport toEast1tOrt toFastlort
Kastport and on the Page coast LmetEureka from fromEureka t tEureka
Eureka northwardcoid northward northwardfold DOrtbwanlold
fold old wave e warnings are displayed in inNew iatw inNew
New tw England New N w York Y < k western westerni nlpnnsylvania
i lpnnsylvania > nnsy vania West Vhgtnlfe Maryland MaryteadNew Yr1adew
New ew Jersey Delaware ulterior of Vir Virginia VIrgl Vi Ir Irgsnia ¬
ginia gl nia the District tntT1ct of Columbia Georgia GeorgiaeaMeraiTenneeeee GeoQtatatern Georgiaeastern4Tennenee
eaMeraiTenneeeee tatern T and aDdjehicmL aDdjehicmLFORECAST Michigan MichiganFORECAST MichiganFORECAST
FORECAST FOR THE DISTmiCT DISTmiCTcloudy DlSTRICTloudy DISTRI T Tcloudy
cloudy and much colder with wtt a coW coWwave CDWe coldwave
wave e tff tonight g Saturday fair centtnaod centtnaodcold ceAtlDIItMlcold ontisaedcold
cold lowest temperature tes > myerature e t tontent about about3D
3D h degrees brmK MIll high neraiwesteriy neraiwesteriywinds erJy erJywinds erlywinds
windsTIXPERATtiRBIS winds
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TIDE TABLB TABLBi TALIaTodayHigh
TodayHigh T H tide tide 77K 7l a M and is l Po Pom p pin
m i Low tide l 1JZ E a m aad a ItH 12t 12tT j p m mTomorrow umTomotroHigh
7ttd 7ttdTlrA TlrA
Tomorrow T TomotroHigh wHqtt High Vf < < > 7T a M grad gradp ad
111 2 p po m Low tide 2K 1C a a m M acid Ip S4S S4Sp S4SSTTN
p m
STTN St TABLE TABLKSun TABLESun TABLESun
Sun rises rises risesSun 71 71Sunsets 7 7Sun
Sun Sunsets 8 44 44CONTMTION 441 441CO 491CONDIT
CONDIT CONTMTION CO DITIO OF RivERSi RIVERS RIVERSHARPERS RIVERSHARERS
i HARPERS FERRY W Va Dec 30 30Both 3IBoth 3 3Both
Both rivers dear deart
t
Argument for Clerks er Salary Increase Increaseto ncrease ncreaseto
to Appear Tomorrow TomorrowIn
In response te a large number l1um er of reqaests from Government GovernmentemplFes Government Governmenteapib Governmentempl
emplFes eapib es The Tim mBS as has changed its program pr of debate debate on retirement and andpension andpension andpension
pension plans plansOriginally plansOrigina11y plansOriginally
Originally it t was the intention te pafeUeii an article articleonS on Saturday Saturdayinfavor Saturdayin turday turdayin
infavor in favor of andan and an article ea Sunday against the t e compromise plan planwhereby planwhereby planwhereby
whereby the Government wwM famish half awl the employe half of a aretirement aretirement aretirement
retirement or penmll j > en eR fane faneInstead f1miInstead fundInstead
Instead of thin The T e Ti Times es will yield te the demand waich seems seemste soemse seemsto
te e be extensive ext ive f far r the pablieatien of an article in favor of a general generalsalary generalsaIuy generalsalary
salary increase as preliminary to any legielatien providing retirement retirementasd retirementaDd retirementand
aDd to be urged fer the immediate future independent of the retiremeat retire retiremeat retiremEmt
meat question questionAn q stion stionAn
I
An article en this phase of the case ef the Government clerk will willbe willbe
be published in The Times tomorrow ItwiE It wia be written w tte1 by Joseph W WBuck WB WBuck j
B Buck who has devoted several years to an effort to have the pay of ofemployes ofemployes ofemployes
employes increased
I
MOTOR CAR RAID RAIDIN RAIDCOUNTYPLANNED
IN COUNTY COUNTYPLANNED COUNTYPLANNEDUnlicensed PLANNED PLANNEDUnlicensed
Unlicensed Ones Under Stir Surveillance S Stirveillance r rveillance ¬
veillance of Maryland MarylandOfficials MarylandOfficials MarylandOfficials
Officials OfficialsThe
The county jail at atall Reekvttte wM mtve Indsvemany mtvemany
many all prominent IrOIIIL eM Washington w society societyMonday MHIIItTJHIGIIIe
JHIGIIIe wtt1Iht its itaIt oendnes Smmiy and andMonday
Monday if John JeJnaI S George the motor motorrtes MOtDrYeIdde motorvehide
YeIdde eommmimlae euu llllllui f Maryland ear earlies arrle
lies oat MB threat thr K to arrest all mom Members JReMbenI momberg ¬
berg of the Chevy Chaee and Columbia ColumbiaCountry CAlumbiaCouIWT CekmbiaCountry
Country Crabs whose automobiles are arenot Me1aOt arenot
not equipped with Maryland licensecambers license licensenumbers
numbers numbersCoRMtesioner cambersCommissioner
Commissioner Comiaf j III a er O Gore ors paid a qotct goletiot goletiotto rtott rtottto Ti8Itto
to the Cn Chevy ry Chase dub the other af afternoon alterDOoa afternbea ¬
ternoon and found nearly one hundred hundredautomobiles huDdrecItoMobiIe hundredaatomobika
automobiles ttned up III m front of the dun dunbouse chabbowie chubbouse
bouse tb the great majority of them being beIDwithout beingwithout beingwithout
without the yellow licence 1 number n1DDbermotoriII la lamed leaced ¬
med = to all motorists who hoe e the Mary KJTThe ¬
land readsThe roads roadsThe
The fact that all fines collected co ected from fromthe troaatltoee fromthose
the those e who neglect > I to take out the li license 11e1I8e Breese ¬
cense number go to the State of ofMaryland ofXaryJand ofMaryland
Maryland Instead of to the tb various variouscounties YJioaseevatles variousceuntles
counties has tended to keep down the theactivities tilettvltJe thegcttvlde
activities of the county officials officialsdutrgred otJlcla1ed officlaisrred
dutrgred rred ed with the enforcement of the theautomobile theautomobile
automobile law and Commissioner CommissionerGeprge CommissionerGeprrge 10Iter 10Iterlias 1
Geprge has Determined c = to take action actionon actionere
on his tr avn o vn aoeount aoeountSneriff aeeonatSbetzitt I
Sneriff Vein V i t of Montgomery M MQr Montgomeryty cmjn cmjnop
Qr and sover RLae font fontfrom
Qrrem from rem tbo tor YeMch aa1 coat coatt
t op etoen on M the uefa tw twfaabionable te tefashionable
fashionable fa clubs and take every eFerYto one oneto oneto
to Rockville Rech le whose machine ehllM Is not notequipped 1IOtecpdpped sotequipped
equipped with a license 1UIe tag tagThe tacThe teaThe
The TStt licence will 111 expire at mid midaght mnlnfaeht mllIdIt
nfaeht tomorrow night and any auto automobile automobile automobile
mobile not supplied 1PIIe4 with the new number num number JIVIrber ¬
ber plate Is liable to set Downer its owner OWllerJa OWllerJak imtriable fat
tnnble k with the Marriaad aMaryland authorities awthorttieRockville avthorltlellRoekvIlle authoritiesRockville
Rockville is scettme ready to entertain entertainI
the expected hosts of society folk who whoforget whoforJlet whoforget
forget to take out new n automobile li licenses liC iitenses ¬
censes censesI C tensesLIGHTS
I LIuHIOUll IPJVRflNVPHIPI ON VEHICLES VEHICLESSTART VEHICLESSTARTJANUARY ILilluLLG ILilluLLGNew R
START STARTJANUARY JANUARY 1 1New 1New
New District La Will Will43e Will43eStrictly JBe JBeStrictly BeStrictly
Strictly Enforced AfterHoliday After AfterHoliday AfterHoliday
Holiday Abeyance AbeyanceBesmmmr AbeyanceJJI1IIUT AbeyanceBegtanfng
Besmmmr January l 1 the UterequtrIJIg regulation regvhUloarequiring regulationregaling
requiring tights on all horse vehicles in inthe lethe
the District will be strictly enforced eP1 It Ithas Ithas Ithas
has been In effect e eet since December is 15 but butbusiness 1Mttbu8IDe8s butbuahsm
business men and horse owners obtained obtainedIts
Its abeyance a t yaBCe until after the holidays holidaysThe holldasTIw bolidaysThe
The fact that a number of extra teams teamsare teaMSare teamsare
are employed in handling the Christmas Christmastrade ChristnIa8trade Christmastrade
trade led te the granting < by the Com Coromisooners Commissioners ComJDts8ionen ¬
missioners of a temporary respite respiteThe respiteThe respiteThe
The t regulation JatloD provides that every private pri private JK1vate ¬
vate vehicle cle between onehalf hour after aftersunset alterS1JD aftersunset
sunset and 1 a m shall display a white whitelight wldtet whitelight
light t visible for a distance of at least M88tfeet leastale
ale feet from the front sides 1I dMy and rear rearThe rearThe
The regulation r Jaton will not apply to ve vehicles veJdde vehidee ¬
hicles belated by accident not more Dl le thanone than thanone tiIaaODe
one and onehalf hours after sunset sunsetand etaad sunsetand
and en route to their scabies at a pace pacenot peceDOt pacenot
not faster than a walkBusiness walk walkBusiness waDeButliJHMlS
Business wagons will also be required requiredwith NCluiredtet
tet BaTe haveifa ifa metals metal metaltag tag 011 the rl side hI8with sidewith
with the license ltce s number three and one onehalf ODehalf onehalf
half inches high visible T1 at least twenty
feet The tag must be purchased from fromthe t tthe fromthe
the permit clerk of the District I of Co Columbia Colambla Columbia ¬
lumbia at a a cost of 51 cents ceII each Vio Violation VIo1tIon Ticlotion ¬
lotion of either section of the regula regultion regalatiom regulation ¬
tion is punishable by a fine or impris imprisonment impdODJReDt imprisonment ¬
onment onmentThe onmentThe
The regulation 1atioII was adopted the Com Commissioners Commi Commissioners ¬
missioners say r for the poote protection tlon of Mfe ltfeand Mfeand
and property According to the reooi reoonss reoonssof reconlsof + ds dsof
of the Police p e Department Rt there wereweDtrDiDe weretwentymine were weretwentynine
twentynine coUtsfoas col between automs automsone aatOftMtaa automsobfies
bfies one and horse vehicles from November No
1 lf 1 a0 to October S n IMA The number numberof numberof
of collisions between horsedrawn Jaor ve vehicles ve vehides yehides ¬
hides exclusively exc1 my was four Three per persons persons perSons ¬
sons were taken ttf the hospital as heresult ttie ttieresult tleresult
result of automobiles a thecolliding role collldina ooIllcU collidingas ng with wftihorsedraws withnorsedrawR wICkbOIsf
norsedrawR vehicles but noun were wereaferfonaiy werer wereshrloaaky
aferfonaiy r injured bjuredEcuador injuredEcuador bdurec1Ecuador
Ecuador and ana Peru PeruFace PeruFace PeruFace
Face Hostilities HostilitiesI
i
LIMA Peru Dee 3a awa War te im fmmhaeat imminent immiDeBt ¬
minent between Ecuador and Peru It Itte It3s
te believed here today that the former formercountry fostercountry
country will reject the advice vice of the theUnited theUaltecl theUnited
United States des Brazil and Argentine tl e to tosubmit toSUbudt tosubmit
submit the boundary dispute between betweenthe betweenthe en enfile
the two countries C01U1 to The Hague Trl Tribunal TrlDuR Trlhunal ¬
bunal The government is preparing for forrosdgtlee rorroedItles forroedttthes
rosdgtlee and the Peruvian authorities authoritiesare erWeare
are sifting similarly similarlyMrs smilarlyMrs similarlyrs
Mrs rs Martin Held Sane SaneTo Sa11eJ Sa11eTo SaneTo J
To Face Murder Trial TrialXKKNTQN TrialON
XKKNTQN TB NTON ON Is J Dec M 7Licirs Mrs nL earo earoftse eaoIIae Garoline
line B 11 Martin must stand trial for tfc tfcnrarder time tIteunnd8r timemsrder
nrarder of of her daffier d Mrs Ms Ooey of > W WM WM wM
M Snead d the East Orange bathtub bathtubvictim bathtub1ctlm bathtubvictim
victim u
t
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B1SIP8KBT B1SIP8KBTHUN BANK PRESIDENT PRESIDENTRUN PRESIDENTDOWN
HUN DOWN BY CAR mE CARQuincy
E Quincy Smith Badly In Injured Inure
jured ure d While Vhil e In InN New NewYork NewYork ev w
I
York Yorkktjurle YorkPefiaa
1 1tIIat
Pefiaa them he 4l rec6l rec6l1IIe received lnierri lnierril
ktjurle l j ac th 1IIe Taemt of balap 1ttiDg8 struek W bya Wa
a street ear in New York Wauaoaday WauaoadayNatHmel WeIaeedmaytight iaT iaTJdcIat
tight II Z Ctaey SaIItIIIIC Smith presldgst or tIM theNatomal
NatHmel CIty Bnak and Ute TJntoa Dsil it Sanr Sanrmsa SIwBaDk Savhega I
msa Bank returned te Washington w this tmsmomlna thismorning
morning and hi now nowAfter at his reideeoe reideeoeld1 1 1111 1111JIM
> JIM ld1 R arrest 8tftCAner arrestAfter UdtII
After an examination today it was wasannounced wasKJl wasannoasrsed
announced KJl aU that it is not believed XT M MrSmith i iSm1Ua
I IalDl
Smith to internally injured His B right tightaeon rightana
ana was sprained his lip badly r cut cut cuthe and andbe andbe
be received numerous itrutoeg itrutoegMr eKr isrvleesMr
Mr Smith attributes the accident aceJdeRtr te tenegligence tonegligence
negligence r of the motorjiiaa but this thtemorning tbIa1IIOrIdDtJ thismorning
morning said he had not decided w wfeeth wfeethThe whether veleetber
er lie waaId we old rf brag MIlt ffr ffrThe dnmages dnmagesThe
The aeefdenc occurred ocean ai Fiftythird Fiftythirdstreet Jlltttltlrdstftet Fiftythirdstreet
street and Seventh eDUt avenue Accord Aeeordtms A Accordlag eOI
lag I te Mr onith nith lth he was crossing croseinsI cro tacPKtyWni crossingFiftythird
I Fiftythird street when tike car carwhitfch carwhJjb carwhkb
whitfch struck 1 IkJm + m m suddenly tuned turaeftthe tunae4tlM tunedthe
the corner from Seventh SeTeathue SeTeathuenot avenue Hev He Hewe
v we e not aware of its approach until untilIt qIIWIt nil nilIt
It iwas was too Late to evcn > Tn The r tJc fstunk Mer Merstmrjc
stunk Jc him below his kn ee throw throwinc tlIrowJaJm throwSag
inc him to the tIaeJIt 9Mm4 t J3to tishai tishaiant we wenet
net hesdar nailinnil JIt + lr > nw4miiiTgbu iheloe uJj uJjallie ug and wa wanaadle waable
able o make his way to his home IYbe an anaside n nnVAeoL
aside asiderho nVAeoL nVAeoLThe
The naotoringa and conductor were wereleaded wereIn wereengaged i
engaged leaded in a conversation C Tersatl n Mr Smtth Smithand 1
aJc1114 id and appai PPIUeJluY early entlyTnJd llid < not see him himHad himAt
At least t the motorman hl Dot give giveany I i
I > any WIJI warning lK of the cars cars appreeeh approachHad I IHad
Had It not been for or the fast aot that thatthe thatthe thatthe i
the car was turning tarnln the corning corningwhich eenalagwlteb corningwhich
which had the effect of throwing aIm htmto aImto himto
to one aide d Mr Smith said N the car carprobably earpro1 tarprobably
probably pro1 bly would w > uld have passed over eI his hisbody Itsbody hisbody i
body as It was traveling wirh wi conaMerable con considerable eoatderabIe ¬
siderable speed speedBURR speedBURNS peedBURNS i
BURNS ME FATAL FATALTO FATALTO FATALTO
TO LITTLE GIRL GIRLLived GIRLLived
i
1 1Lived Lived Two Weeks After In Inhaling Inhaling Inhaling ¬
haling Flames From FromBurningClothes FromBurning FromBurningClothes
BurningClothes BurningClothesDeath Burning Clothes ClothesDNth
Death tW tMmcrning mcming m put an D end te themMm the theflugeiiay thete
flugeiiay mMm te of twelveyearold Josephine Jesophtoej
j Little Lt who 110 was burned about the head headand hearau
and au body on December December17E 17 17E 17Ewhen when her herdothteg hercIaCkI herclothing
clothing caught CS t Are from a gas stove In Inthe Int inthe
the kitchen klte eB of her home OS Fifthstreet Fifthstreetnortheast Fith street streetnortheast t tJIOrthee
northeast northeastIn r rIa
In spite of the fact that t she was so soseverely MMYerefy soseverely
severely burned 1 that the doctors in theChildrens the theChildrens theCdldreDs
Childrens Eo Hsifcal 1Ital held out BraAteaHy BraAteaHyne
ne hope for her recovery the girl made madea madeJtervk
a heroic stru struggle gle to got well and the thephystetans u uJ thephysicians
physicians J say S is i 1 was only her remark remarkable remarkaIJe remarkable ¬
able vitality t f i kept her alive for the thetwo thetwo thetwo
two weeks 3 nbe had inhaled the thees theflames
11 flamesI es esI
I want to get well so that I can go goback goKck goback
back home and help mamma mamma she said saidto saidtit saidto
to the nurses time and again Mamma Mammaneeds MammDee4ia Mammaneeds
needs me and I want to go to her herIt herIt herIt
It was the childs endeavor to be of ofassistance oras ofassistance
assistance te her ter mother that caused causedher causedher causedher
her death Alone in the apartment apartmentwhich apartmeDtwbIch apartmentwhich
which is on the t e first floor of the Fifth Fifthstreet Fifthstreet
I street building Josephine Tos h1ne went to the thekitchen theI
i I kitchen to light the gas stove and make makepreparations makeprep makepreparations
preparations prep for the evening meal Mrs MrsLittle MrsLIttle MrsLittle
Little is employed during the day dayIt sad sadit snmdit
it bad been the custom of her daughter daughterto
to have the supper started when she got gothome gothome gotborne
home homeThe homeI
I The child attempted to light I1J t the gas gasstove gasstove
I stove Stove but one of the burners bU frs was not notia notfn
1 ia working WOlk order She turned turned on another an another 8IloUMr ¬
other burner and struck a match The Thegas TRew Thegas
gas which bad escaped exploded setting settingflre settinse settingIre
Ire e to her ner er clothing cIotlltnlAttracteQ clothingAttracted v vAttracted
Attracted by oy y the childs screams screamsA B BA BA
A Klock who lives on the second floor floorruened fieorn floorruched
ruened to the kitchen and succeeded insmothedn in insmothering inthe
smothering the names Mrs block Klockwrapped KJockwrapped blockwrapped
wrapped the child In a blanket and andi Ddeared andcared
i cared for or her until the arrival of a a1J nby Dhysidsn
1 sician who had ad her sent to the hospital hospitalArmy hospitaLArmy hospitalArmYAviator
1
Army ArmYAviator Aviator HurtWhen Hurt HurtWhen l
When hen Monoplane Falls FallsPARIS FallsPARIS FallsPARIS
cav1 cav1J
PARIS Dec 3ILleute 31Lieutenant Lieutenant nant De Ca Caeat Can Canmoat
moat eat as army aviator was probablyfbStaUy probably probablyfatally p obably i itatan
fatally tatan Injured today In the 150foot l lo + lfoot faU faUof faUo fallof
of a monoplane which he was testing testingtan te tkng tknga I
tan a flight over the maneuvering maneaveninggrenade maneuveringgrounds manouveringat
I grounds at St Cyr Both legs were wereHreken wereea werelwoken
Hreken ea ate 16 nip p crushes and serious serIousln serIouslnternalln1Wes in internal Internal ¬
ternal ternalln1Wes inft Injuries rles influenced lnfiaencecLt f
t
7
BIG BANK OFFICIALS OFFICIALSFAGE OFFICIALSFACE
FACE INDICTMENTS INDICTMENTSIN
IN NEW YORK CR CRKSH CRKSHI CRKSHArrest SH SHArrest I
Arrest of Half a Dozen Do en Pre Predicted Preicted Predicted ¬
dicted icted As Investigation Investig tion ofFailures ofFailures of ofFailures
Failures Goes On OnCITY OnCITY OnCITY
CITY MAY SUFFER SUFFERLOSS SUFFERLOSS
LOSS OF 50000 50000Joseph 50000Joseph
Joseph G Robin Reported to Be BePhysical BePhpcsl
Physical Wreck By ByAlienists ByAlienists
Alienists AlienistsNw AlienistsProw
NW YORK Dee 3 3ITJlc 311 t The The Indict teuletnwvt ItIeIJotJDeIIt Indictmeat
meat of at leant half a dozes Me roes In tarhMuna InJd indvdiog
rhMuna Man bank ofnciale was preMctod pre preAfctftd
Afctftd today wbpo whH w the investigation tNta in into Into D ¬
to the frenzied financial methods of ofJoseph orG of3emph
Joseph G Robin the young bank of officmfu orwas ofdal
ficmfu dal was continued by State countyand county countyand cMIntydry
and dry officials officialsAs offtcIaIIJ
As the investigation J tIaa progresses into intoth intothe
th ue dostaur of the Northern Bank ofNew of ofNew
New York and the Wasfcmgtoa w Say Savhuni SvIIqpJ Saylags
lags Bank the looting of the tw two insti instttstloM institntons
tntons t asauineg staggering prepor preporIn JKeJJr acepurtieos
tieos tieosIn
In addition to SUMM and iK prshably prshablymore oablr oablrworm bly
worm obtained from the Kactnam Back Backtne Bakids
die Waanmaton W oa Savings H Bnmt ak ta a aheavy a1oNr aloser
heavy loser Though up te today it itand It1Nea t thad
and been le n believed that small sakuie1 sakuie1workta ealerieoitfag
workta oitfag people were the chief h NeefS teeersw eers eersnt
nt th Bobino concerns it now develops developsthat dtWMoPt developsthat >
that t the city of New York pwbai pwbaiwfll p bah j s swill
will suffer a loss of 7 7a M69 IBif or mere re 1 1tIte by bythe bythe
the cnimfne of tile Boon enterprises enterprisesGuarded ntarnriaacGuarded
Guarded ia Home Hemewa HomePooln HeaeTMttlm
TMttlm was warded all l lat t nigHt an act actllllay andtoday < i itoday
today by detectives at the home of his hhrstater hiesbtey
stater Dr Lonfae Robtoovftch as West WestJ38th W WestPgh
J38th street An official examination J teaIn az azto
to his insankr util v i t determine as to towhether towaemer towhether
whether be will appear to answer w < r to an anindictment anhtdictmest a
indictment returned a MaJat tost hint yoterday yester yesterday er erdaF ¬
day chanrtra grand larceny larcenyAn JareeayAa larcenyAn
An eadiauatlve examination by tw twalienists tvaJleawta two twoalienist
alienists today resulted r 1t4ld in the tJa declare deelaraHon tIecIIandoIa declaredon
Hon that Robin Is a physical wreck TIlls Tmswas TIllst1le Tkigwan
was the th announcement IUIOQDemeat made by 3 Dr DrWIUJam DrWmlam > r rWratam
Wratam A A Mabon su 3UpCd t8lMle erintend t nt of orMaabattaa tits titsMaahattttn tfc tfcManhattan
Manhattan fetalr Hospital fl fM r the Insane and amiDr and17r I IDr
Dr Austin Flint The two tw aHaniata aHaniataman II IIeleo1lJllatW afeeetsrirebed
rirebed eleo1lJllatW as to toIll Oman Omantaa
Ill
taa 1 e Jilt atf i rnet WIIIt WIIItWItu 7phttmaa
man while Dr Flint tJtt sated in behalf of ofFormer etFormer ofFormer
Former DtetrKt Dl Attorney Jerome J8IOIIt8Hi eoun eoemsel
sel fee the prisons prfBOllCThe prisonsThe j
The banker is under the care ef ML MLAdele Xb MmAdele t
Adele AM Friedsan a trained tr worse and Is isconstantly I ICOB
constantly COB taking medicine He te saM saMto saidto I Ito
to be sunTertna d from a chrome ailment atatthat ailmentthat
that is Ikel to result re 1llt seriously serioustyCase erJeaaryCae seriouslyCafe
Case Not t Delayed DelayedDistrict DelayedDiItrict DelayedDiwtrid
District Attorney Whitman angrily IItDSrlI7tocJy angrilydeeded
denied today that he had delayed 7M bring br1ztgJag bringbig
mg action a against Robin when nodded aettftedthat D8ddecltiuLt noddedthat
that the Northern Bank had been beenwrecked Beenwreeked beenwrecked
wrecked wreckedI
I acted as soon as I could get enough enoughevidence lMMlg enoughevidence
evidence 1 against smet tn Ute rant to warrant mproczedln6 ma maproceeding meDC
proceeding DC against htm he said X Ibare Xhave 1acted
have acted promptly prom te this ease and I Irefuse InfU8 Irefuse
refuse to b It4 drawn into any controversy controversywHh COIItIVYersywWa controversywith
with the newspapers or Superintendent SuperintendentCheney Su1terllteadentCIIeDeT teden tedenCheney
Cheney As for letting Robin Hahn leave thi thisanitarium th th81LD1tarium i ianttarfum
sanitarium and go away be w was s a ward wardof wardor wardof
of the court and I could not touch him himunUl himuntil
until he was indicted and a warrant is issued 15B1Jed Issued ¬
sued B1JedALL
suedWHEELS ALL WHEELS TURN TURNClEANIN TURNCLEANINGSTREETS
CLE1I CLEANINGSTREETS CLEANINGSTREETSStreet STREETS STREETSStreet
Street Fire and Water De Departments Departments Departments ¬
partments Unite U ite In Assault Assaulton
on Dirt and Slush SlushAided SlushAWetI SlushAided
Aided by the Street Cleaning Ci8 nlas Depart Departtne DepertlH Departthe
the Pre and Water Departments today todaymade todaymade
made eoasMergbte progress s in el cleaning eImDgi aateg aategthe
the streets v vWith 5 5With
With hose loaned by the Fire Depart Department Department Department ¬
ment and operated by laborers Jab rers from the theWater theWater
Water Department the task of creak WeHl washlug creaking ¬
lug l g the thoroughfares in the neighbor neighborhood netshborhood neighborhood ¬
hood of the White House was began beganSix besUnSix beganSix
Six bands of six men each eacbunder under the thesupervision thesupervision
supervision of an Inspector of the theStreet theStreet
Street Cl Cleaning Department t began work worka werkta
ta the territory between Fourteenth and andEighteenth andEighteenth
Eighteenth streets Pennsylvania and andDupont andDupont
Dupont circle circleHoee circleHOlle circleHose
Hose was attached to the fire plugs plugsand plugsand
and the streets received ehed a thoroughdrenching thorough thoroughdrenching
drenching No attempt was made to todfstedge todislodge
dislodge the blacks of lee which mar the thethoroughfares thet thethoroughfares
thoroughfares t In certain places the ef etforts efforts
forts of the men being directed toward towardthe towardthe
the removal of the t e dirt and slash sl sh In Inthe Inthe
the event of a freeze the flushing of the thestreets the3tr thestreets
streets 3tr will be discontinued discontinuedThe
The announcement annoancem nt is made by Super Superintendent Superintendent Superintendent ¬
intendent James JlR IIrL M Wood that ueveo ueveotltllQ every everything everything
thing OB wheels w to in n the Street Cleaning
Department has been b been e brought A AI into intorequtsttlon Intorequisition
requisition Sev Seventeen nteen ch1ne r 3we sweep sweepera p prs
I era rs are In operation in addition to thsishek the theftusbe UteJiusbe
ftusbe a type of the oldfashioned oldfashionedwater oldfashionedwater oldfashionedwater
water wagon To these are added the thehelp thehelp thehelp
help of the t e white wings The Th Thethimorning raid raidthis raidthis
this thimorning mornin did much to aid In n the thecleaning thecleaning
cleaning of the streets and was wel welcomed welcomed welcomed ¬
comed by Mr Wood and other officials officialsof o clalsof
of the Street Cleaning Department DepartmentCommissioner DepartmentCommissioner
Commissioner r Johnston is In New ew
York today and It Is Understood od will
inquire into the methods of Big Bill BillEdwards BillEdwards
Edwards street cleaning commissioner commissionerwith
with a view to their application to beat lecalconditions 1eea1condttlons beatconditions
conditions conditionsTroops condttlonsTro conditionsTroops
Troops Tro ps Sent to Quell QuellRioting Q QuellRiotingin eU eURioting
Riotingin Rioting in BarcelonaBARCELONA Barcelona BarcelonaBARCELONA BarcelonaBARCELONA
BARCELONA Spain Dee 3tJU06ng 3iRiotingbroke 3 3tJU06nglMoke RioSng RioSngbroke
broke out today in tile strike of t 39B 39Bdock 1 1dock riBBdock
dock helpers helpersTroops hepersTroops helpersTroops
Troops were Sent te the theowattr water front frontfollowing fronttoUewlng frontfoilewin
following aa peal 1 made by Americanmercantille American Americanmereantae AmericanmereantBelnterests
mereantae mereantBelnterests mercantille Interests
MOTHER IN AEROPLANE AEROPLANETO AEROPLANETO
TO RIDE WITHHOXSEY WITH HOXSEY
ARCH EOXSEY BOSEYDaring EOXSEYDarisg ROXSEYDari
Daring Dari Aviator Whose Mother etJier Says Site Will Fly With WithAageles Him at Ls LsAaceIe LosAsgele
Aageles Meet MeetNot KeetNot MeetNot
Not Afraid She Declares After Sons Work V dd Record Rec rdfor rdforA for forAltitude forAltitude
Altitude A dc rod nd Perilous Flight FlightOver FH Flightit ht htoer it itOver
Over Motmatins
J
ai iMY ste y ythe
the ft t ttaw n rlttl woes weary broke brokethe
taw worlds aMMIM1e reaI is l lto I
to fly with Mt him oarter the thehere adadea a ahen meet meethere
here hereMtion
herel
1 am aax aaxiozls te > ts eaperleaoo die seaaatlon sea seaMdoa
Mtion of fiymg Abe me MM today I IIta I IItave Iheave
heave Ita absolute conMtaMee eoIItIl lL in my myatJtttT lIlYtIIIty sma smaUfty
atJtttT to tohav t JIIUIaft his ma ht and r rDe Ibave
bave hav ne f ISKCS ISKCSArmy > a aArmy op opIJIIy
Army oGDcerR watching the tJIehent aviation avtatianmeetmtr aviationmeeting
meeting bent declare that Area Hox Hoxeeys Hoxees HexFern
Fern light over ML Wilson yesterday yeetecomypointed FftIt FftItl1GIRed yesterdaypetaled
pointed a new way of transporting transportingl trail transportingarmies t1wg
l armies across mountain ranges ra raTo manesTo rangesTo
To clear the peak peak Honey mounted mdtstedmore mountedmore e4 e4more
more than 1el WO 000 it feet eet which was nearly nerlyForecaster 1NIU1ySEES nearlySEES
SEES QUICK CHANGE CHANGEAHEAD CHANGEAHEAD
AHEAD FOR WEATHER WEATHERForecaster
I
Forecaster Bowie Believes It ItWill ItWill ItWill
Will Be Cold Tonight Tonightand Tonightand Tonightand
and Tomorrow TomorrowA
A few t muckchange q Iekc qu se stunts by the tneI tJteweather theweather
I weather are scheduled for the immediate immediatefuture I iwwn u1lhrte u1lhrtetubHe ate atefuture
future Last night was W88tM W88tMWhen the begin bmflunna bmflunnaWhen ag agWhen
When the he temperature t soared yesterday yesterdaytoward jesterf 18I teAlaytoward ay aytoward
toward summer heat wise old residents reuJdentswere r8IIIdeDtswere residentswere
were not fooled a bit and not one of ofthem ofthem ofthem
them put away his overcoat overcoatTodays crHrcoatTodaYs overcoatTodays
Todays drop to the freedng point pointtherefore pelattAoreore pointtherefore
therefore was no surprise and all dump dumptug dur during ¬ I Img
tug this afternoon the mercury T will con continue CORUnue coaUnue ¬
Unue to fan until some time tonightwhlett tonight tonightwipes I Iw1JeD
wipes It i will touch 31 above It the theWeather theWeather
II IIWeather
Weather Man te correct correctThe correctThe correctThe
The present pre ent cold snap iscomma south southand southand I IaRd
and east from the Great Lakes LakesWheB region regionWhen regionWhen
When Duluth Minn awoke this morn morning morning ¬ j jing
ing and scraped the frost from the win window wtatiow windew ¬
dow panes to see the thermometers t te it itwas Itas itwas
was as 90 below zero This was the coWest coWestspot eokneetspot t tspot
spot in the United States Up at tote tneend titeend toteend
end of Lake Michigan MIc 1gan at White River RiverOntario RiverI RiverOntario
I
Ontario Just across 8 the Canadian her border ol1 herder ¬
der it was 40 below aero aeroWinnipeg 3erOW1nn1pog seroWinnipeg
Winnipeg with a temperature of for fortytwo furtytwo fortytwo ¬
tytwo below was the coldest known knownplace knownplace I Iplace
place on the Continent thIIIhere this morning morningThere morningThere
There here is plenty of snow across s ia Canada Can Canada Canada ¬
ada but traffic is not blocked and al although although 1 1though
though the temperature has kept a ageneral agenenll ageneral
general low average thus far this win winter wlnter winter
ter It Is not nearly as cold as the thecorroepondlag thecorresponding
corresponding period perl last year yearFor eJFor yearijoi
For Washington Forecaster Bowiepredicts Bowie Bowiepredicts BowIepred1ctS
predicts continuing cold through today todayand todayand <
and tomorrow Clouds thick and andgloomy aJMIgloomy stdgloomy
gloomy wiU wt be overhead but they eon eonrain j jtain it
rain t Un no snow snow sae or rain Sunday will usher usherin i iin I
in the new year beamingly with neither neith neither I Ier
er snow or rain rainBreaks rainBreaks i
l Breaks r akS World Record RecordBy RecordBy RecordBY
By Flying 362 Miles MilesBDC Mi1esBUe
BDC France Dec 3e 3Br By remaining remain remaining rembtIng ¬
ing in the air 11 eight hours and five fiveminutes AvemInutes fiveminutes
minutes MaurVs Maur e Tabuteau flying in inan Ina inas
an aeroplane constructed by Ma K eEtFarman MauiceFarman r1ce r1ceFarman
Farman today broke all worlds wOCtd rec records records roeords ¬
ords for distance covered in one onenight ouelght onefight
night flying 3C 2 miles and taking the thelead tbJeIUl thelead
lead in the contest for the 1910 Mich Michelin Mlchlm Michelia
elin lm cup and prise of 5400 5400Tabat 400Tahateetts 4000 4000TabateeMs
Tabat Tahateetts e s distance exceeds ex ceed s tIle tlieworlds tIlew theworlds
worlds w lds record of M 1L Legagneux gagneux by byf byrtwo b b19rtytwo
f 19rtytwo rty two miles mn but t i is eight mitutes mitutesnn mhlItsnooer rniutesnosier
nn nosier er the worlds duration record re ord ofS of ofS ofS
S hours hou and IS minutes established establishedreccn establishedrecently
recently reccn y by Henri Farmanr Farman
r
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7 7wIiG
ese as wIiG wIiGaftMtoa neeeeoaUJy neeeeoaUJyant °
ant t iiteaarer h4tFaa h4tFaaaviation
aviation nm soy Defer atnrtim for 3t 3tWUaon Jiltwu Mt Mtwiles
wiles wu thnrtyftnnr nm JIIIIIK e away awayThe awyone y yTIM
TIM GIlly trouble he experienced ed W Ww u udu
one du to the cold In the eh above e tile tnesmmnJt tileIt thesummit
summit of the mountain he said be en enoountered 8 1D ancountered
countered an atmosphere bere tiled with fee feeparticles AoeoL 1eparticles
particles of ice lie said he believed believedthat believedthat ed eddlat
that the temperature aue TOWS far below befewero belewH belowaero
aero ero He H prefers soaring Ugh over overmountains 0Mrto overmoustaisa
mountains to ass aeoepomg over the tileIe sea seahe seabe
he declaredLieutenant declared declaredLieutenant dcIaredUeete
Lieutenant aat Boller who w came here herefrom heref
fr from Fort WhIpple Arizona expressed expressedthe 9SetI 9SetI1M
the belief that 1KO 1 biplanes coW carry carryIMM carrYen
IMM 0M men across mountains as n high as asthe asthe asthe
the Alps ta one day Hoxsey reQuIred reQuIredhours requiredhours
2 hours and SI minutes for the com complete complete caasplete ¬
plete flight MbhtNOT flightwin flightIT
IT AFTER BEE BEEBut mVORCASSERTSR DIVORCEHAGNER
ASSERTSR H HAGNER HAGNERI
f i
But Society Man Declines Declinesto
to Give Reason for forDebt forDebt forDebt i
Debt Notice Noticedtvorce NoticeDpprhmg i iDenytag
Denytag that divorce proceedings proceedingswere e iDgs iDgsCOItteaIpIatld
were contemplated but deeming te ex expmta exIIIda oxplain
pmta why ha e had published a1 Jfeked rji n n ad advertisement adYectl adverdeement ¬
vertisement Yectl 9llle t motifs notifting log the put petJc j Ic that thatbe that1M thathe
be Is not reaponsibJe for detti del q con contracted con1ndecI contracted ¬
tracted by others than himself Ran RaneaJl Ranat Randall
eaJl H Hagner praraiaent pro alnent te the busi business busiaDd busiaeae ¬
ness and social jfc > of Washington Waahiastonwould w
would throw little light today tO r on a sub subject N subject ¬
ject that is causing muck gossip in tho thoSmart thoTtis theSmart
Smart Set SetThis SetTihe
This is the advertisement Y IIIIIIent that is tecarstae isCM Isemung
carstae CM tAe apetto apesnlat pee tetioB tetioBNOTICK oo
NOTICE TI E is hereby h eby given that en enand enaDd onand
and after this dt da I am net re respoafible re resspsnlblee
spoafible e for any bills bO s eoatracted eoatractedin
in my myname name unless fi ordered by a me melxtrsassal > e eKAXDALL
lxtrsassal I y
yRA1DALL KAXDALL DALL H HAGSTBR HAGSTBRMr HA HAG cWRMr tiJR tiJRMr
Mr HKgner who is a brether brither t er of Miss MissBelte 11199BeI1e MissBelle
Belle Hagner social secretary at the theWhite theI theWhite
I White House during durin the Roosevelt t re re
glme heard with a slight show of hn hni kmpatience
i patience this morning that the publication publica
tkm of this advertisement had started startedrumors startedrumors
rumors of an estrangement between betweenHimself betweenWmsel betweenhimself
Himself and wife wifeI
I have h ve no comment to make e upon the thodebt thedebt thedebt
debt notice said Mr rr Hagner All this tmsother Urisi thisother
i other talk Is nothing but a lot of trash trashand trasaDd trashand
and a pack of dies I published bed the thenotice thet thenotice
t notice but there is no reason for me to todisease toI todiscuss
i I disease it publicly publiclyj
j Mrs Hagner who it was reported Is Isnow IsDOW
now living 1I shore In the tli Hagner home horaein homeI homekit
I in the fashionable fa section sec Oll of Florida Floridaavenue Floridaavenue
avenue could not be seen this morn morning morning mornjug ¬
ing but the little da daughter hter of Mr Ir rnz rnzMss JFJQU JFJQUMrs Eij EijXrs
Mrs Hagner H er was In her fathers rsal rsalestate r r + aI aIe ai aiestate
estate e office and was later taken for f r a aspta aspin aspin
spin In ai ha automobile automobileAnnapolis automobileAnnapolis
Annapolis in Arms ArmsOver ArmsI ArmsOver
I Over Incendiary Fires FiresANXAUOLTS FiresI
I ANXAUOLTS A Md Dec 39 307TAe The pee people poopie peepie ¬
pie of this city cii are today thoroughly tberoUfhltaorueed thoroughlyaorased
I aorused to the th necessity n of tt energetie energetiemeasures energetleI energetiemeasures
I measures for the apprehension appreh nslon of the in incendiary inwhe5eaethfty inoendkary1 ¬
cendiary oendkary1 whose whe5eaethfty activity has resulted re In Infour infour
four Ares all 11 In i unoccupied buildings buildingsduring buildingsdaring
daring the present month the last t G Gwhich Ciwhich owhich
which occurred early this thl6nornlag aorning
I I Th The cltisseas CI 2e s will make an appeal to toj toMayOI toMayor
j Mayor Strange StnlD this afternoon to offer offera oer oera
a reward Te rard for the capture of the fire firefien1 firoeni lirerieW
fien1 eni and several s of them harp nav = > pigged piggedI pledgedthemselves l dged dgedi
I themselves thems Te8 to assist ss t in getting up up an anth anthr anthr
th thr > r sum of mon money y to t be also used for forthe forthe forthe
the arrest of the 1heman man
TOWNSHIP TOWNSHIPWITHOUT TOWNSHIPWITHOUTAN WITHOUT WITHOUTAN
AN I ADMINISTRATION JfflllSTBATlONFOR
FOR FORNEXT NEXT 5 YEARS YEARSEvery YEARSI YEARSEvery
I
EveryFORNEXT Every Voter In Ohio District DistrictIndicted DistrictIndicted DistrictIndicted
Indicted for Accepting AcceptingBribe AcceptingBribe AcceptingBribe
Bribe BribeNOT BribeNOT BribeNOT
s
NOT AN OFFICIAL OFFICIALTO
TO T CONDUCT AFFAIRS AFFAIRSAlinisters AFmS AFmSMinisters AFIR S SMinisters
Ministers Are Among Those Who WhoHave WhoHave WhatHave
Have Fallen Into Law LawClutches Laws LawsC111tches LamesClutches
Clutches ClutchesWSST C111tchesWBST ClutchesWh3ST
WSST Umax oMe > Dee Ift Vw the theeeatecs thenext thenext
next he Y years J JetOarsoa 1Mv toaehsilp one oneof
of the most mostoonaty JI poilie 111 J casters of lGOaDtT Adam Adamcounty ftiinmnabeo
county oonatyrotsiy wJII be wftiIGet a vnbr see abeoof
lately hit ev evslup every tIag eItiIiea ctti en J Ie lawn
ship having been indicted on enas cIIIKg changae as of ofselling ofselling
HlIID selling ms his vote and Judge Blair having
already egan > the task of ofthem disfranchising onrfranchMiurthem
them themdents themAs themAs
As a result Jefferson township reel
dents today UK y took up with attorneys the theqaeeUoa tJaequestion thequestion
question of bow th they y will pie for foroa trtheir fortheir
their gDYenwteIIt and Ute carrying oa of t
township to agates natty it wilt nrnin be
Possible P e for them to voteThe vote voteUnited YeKeThe
The ntadse the attoIaen sq has Jaasnever hasnever
never bad a PUlhl aaywb r 1a tile
United States StatesOthers StatesOthers StatesOthers
Others May Be e Agectei Agecteidlctnients AiieGteA1thoac AilectedAlthoch
A1thoac u canvass of tile UII in
dlctnients returned up u to dale jhow brat
this is the only
township fas which a ery crytuat
voter ba8 haa bees Jadicted It Mftend
that several other townships to will be
left in tb the same RJReOthcn predicament predicamentOthers
Others pi 1 leave W1
w he left with so soconanct
few votes that It JWIJI be 1 a t6 towriest
wriest COII uct township aSairs or find tf i ieifefble eagh ea gh gheligible
eligible voters to serve as township 1
trustees Jud Jui Judge e BlaIr is expected to t tw
later w take this matter ter up upHIDe and arrange arrangesome arrangeseise
some form of government et fer sash Lawnships Lawn tawnMfeisters fMm1HItII
ships until Ole periods 0 dlefie dlefiemeat
1 he la 1m imposing haTe expired eJtPIreLers expiredMinisters
Ministers ers aa the ListTwo List XJsLwbo ListT
T Two mornre arlniatetx were today a
iin flee let fIC JI aembrrn oc 11M tb refm refmailMil es
ailMil ailMilwho wbo nave have he ieea > een indicted for setting settingvotes
votes Svdence ce showed thai they theyTn
aesi ed iii cia or heir dMIr dMIrtb voter voteresfas
tb tbtr esfas esfashermit
hermit tilde tr trr trsaan
r saan waYtibt d b bdThe iI iIBe
Tn Be main purpose of his Investigation teveaOgationhe illY tkPn tkPnbe
he declares I Hi te t make a bettetme betterment lIeU of ofthe orthe ofthe
the moral conditions ff f tile country and andteters
te mAke itallllc the Dames pC the tJa mfR minstems mfRIIIten
teters who are implicated would onf onfAraoae oni
lessen lie fires trek power fer r 410 dofOr
me rood ebere here they are m JMeI1ed JMeI1edA nee6edAmy
Amy A ethers < broaetot before 8 JwT JwTBiah IIt1t e eBlair
Blair teda todnf was a son who sold his veto vetoto 9ttto vetoto
to his father for 5i H Be saM be hmf bad no noTakes 11ftether nnouter
ether Jnt Interest HI tile election aDd aadwise
wise woahl won id DOt aTe YVt YVtTakes voted votedTakes
Takes Pity ea Mother MetierMrs 1tlterXrs MotherMts
Mrs SADIe Infow the only meman in indictea IIdtetli indIeted
dIeted in the investigation and wbw who sated satedlist seMher d8OIlS
her sons sonserty Tote wua given n leniency by byJtI b7Jude
Jude Ie Blair after a pitiful pies Of P Peorty pererty
erty He fined her Jnl la and remitted zamlCSedthflne the theftne thefine
fine The Thependent son upon w she Is ck ckDdeAt dependeat
pendent DdeAt for support was fined X and anddtefranehieed adIS anddlefranddee
dtefranehieed dtefranehieedAnother dlefranddeeAnother IS
ISAnOtIIer
Another resident eif elgtily strfeur feur fu years yearsoW 7earsoW yearsold
oW oWwas aDd the oldest rater Ja the titewu eennty eenntywas
was also ofefrancfcised dIef by Judge Blair BmirIXlUi JJIaIrJU BlairWith
With JU tears te his eyes he toU the court courtne courtbe courtbe
be ne could not nope to live Jh te be awe to tovete tovete tovote
vete aeam aeamtaken apIu apIuTh4a atabTiphe
Th4a work TOIYed 1w the htveetigaea IDY IDYOIl
OIl bas become 110 great that tile DeW newcounty
county eVcerodent omcera 1 V who have not nt nttk yettakes
taken tk office have lea their services seirieeaworkine serncestrtf servicesfreg
trtf freg oC chargh to the men JIIenare whom ithey itheyare
are to succeed tel they began ae day dayWO dayvonidag
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dieted people into court as soon as pos possible JI06e JI06DENY pOSsfbhe ¬
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sibleEffiTslidffl DENY DISRUPTION DISRUPTIONEXISTS DISRUPTIONEXISTS
EffiTslidffl EffiTslidfflChristian EXISTS IN CHURCH CHURCHChristian
Christian Science Leader LeaderBrands LeaderBrands LeaderBrands
Brands As False State Statements Statements Statements
ments By Mrs Stetson StetsonBOSTON StetsonBOSTON StetsonBOSTON
BOSTON Dee HDlrKterseC 3I Directors of the theChristian t tC theChristina
Christian C rlst1B Science Mother < arc to today today today ¬
day took up the challenge fancied at atthem atthem atthem
them by Mrs Augusta S Stetson ef efNew ofNew r rN
New N w York and branded as absolute absolutely te teJy ¬
ly false her statements that there tl is isdissatisfaction isdlssatlsfaetlon isdissatisfaction
dissatisfaction and disruption in inChristian inChrJ inChristian
Christian ChrJ tlaa Science churches through throughout h hOllt ¬
out the country and that Mrs Eddy Eddywill JWdywUI Eddywill
will arise front fro the thoJeha dead deadJehu deadJohn
John Dietmore was the spokesman spokesmanfor spantor
for the board of directors He acer JJCerMrs seered
60 Mrs Stetson te the following feOewtagwords t twrds followingwads
words wordsYou J JYo IFoe
You cannot hold the Christfeji Sci Science Scierce 1 1erlce ¬
ence Church responsible re p 811S1b for anything anythingMrs aaytbJngMrs anythingMrs
Mrs Stetson says and the public publicshould UbllcskmtId publicsh
sh should uhd not hold lt ttup up against th thchurch thchurch the thechurch
church Mrs Stetson S a te ex GCOIiUlumt GCOIiUlumteatedtslde eacesmuntcated ommunt ommuntcated
cated eatedtslde = outside the church She me ha havothing has hasroUuDt hasrotbInng
vothing at all al to do with rte 1 affairs atatrsWhen affairsWhen airs airsVhen
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and disruption in the Christian Setonce Set Science Scle ¬
once e ce Chart throughout the county countyand co1ntySld countyand
and Sld that Christian Scientists U8ts hold to toher toherTJfWS toher
her herTJfWS views she is not tellha telling the truth truthHer truthHer truthHer
Her statements 8 are absolutely Isle falsThey faJ8fThe IsleThey
The They are preposterous prepo terous They are arenot arenot arenot
not representaUe repre e of Cbristion Scien Scientists Scientists ¬
tists ia this coui country try The resurrrrtlon resurrrrtlonof Te ljrr < Iuon Iuonof
of the d dead d is contrary to th > > sre sreoepts re recepts recepts
cepts ef the faith The key k tr 1 thatmay that thatmay hatbe
may be found in 1nity of r 4Mi < 1 MrsEddp Mrs MrsKdrty MrsFdif
Kdrty Fdif did not claim for nr rSP rs rsp if th tipower thpower tti
i power pow t to t overcome Of > Tome death during l ng life ttfenor
1 nor afterward afterwardY
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