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Vmi.VVM,j fwvs-k - THE WASHINGTON TDIES, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1915. . i, n . K IBUARDSGATHERTO PREVENT RESCUE OF ALLEN AND EDWARDS f Principals in Court House . ... Shooting Will Reach , '" . Roanoke Today. (Continued from First Page.) In Mt. Airy, N. C, and HillsvlUe are laleo expected' to claim a part of the money, and a lawsuit to determine the 'rights of the claimants is thought pos-eible. The Irollertglrl, it is reported, will not clt-" rw p4tlon of the reward. Arraignment of Allen and Edwards at Htllsvllle tills wt!ck Is planned. Their trial, however, wly probably be held at fWythevllle, where she other defendants were tried. It is, expected Jgdge ' Wal ter Staple will do appointed to pre side by GovcrJvor ,Mann. CINCINNATI Ohio, Sept. 16. The class of twentT-fla boys and girls that i sits to the left of the aisle In the little tDunkard church, iust over the North Carolina line f.tom. Htllsvllle, Vu , was ,wlthout a. teacrier Sunday. "And I reckom. said the Readier, Maud Iroler, tO'Jajp, "those young ones must have boem a heap surprised. I can't remember rwfhen I missed a Sun day afore." Miss Iroler Ib We sley Edwards' sweet heart. She Is tba 'nineteen-year-old girl the detectives trailed from Canea. Va., through several states to the hiding place of Edwards and Sldna Allen, the last two members of the Allen gang to be arrested for the murder of live persons at the H lllsville court house 'last March. She passed through here today with the prisoners. "I have always lived up in the hills and I never got tja go anywhere except to Mt. Airy onco in a while," said the girl. "Mt. Alry.is about nine miles from our farm. That's where the rail road Is. "Why, I did nrtt tell a soul where I was going not even my mother. She thought I was goVng over to Mt. Airy to see Aunt Jane."' "Suppose you had it to do over 'gain?" "Well, I reckon. I'd be careful to see who was followtee me. But " the hnucht seemingly) striking her for the first time "I couldn't have any way of knowing I was mnowea, coum l: i 'low it Just had to be. "Do I think W.:a is guilty? Why. I don't see how thfvt can make any dlf- "Once in a wrfla every man that thinks anything ofj himself has to draw his gun. and yon can't always tell who's right and who's wrong. Any how, whether Wes, was right or wrons, I belonged to mm, ana, ngni or wrong, I'll stick to him. ' "I met Wes at preaching in the Dunk ard crvirch. "Yes. I 'low I'll go to the trial, but ,1 don't suppose I'll be a witness, for I don't know anything." SCHOOLS OF SUBURB BAR SIXTY PUPILS Anacostia Section Loses Children Living Outside District. Good Water Supply Provided for Stanton Building in Good Hope. , j WASHINGTON TIMES BUREAU, ANACOSTIA, D. C, SEPT. 16. The enforcement of tho non-resident law enacted at the laBt session of Con gress relative to the admission to the District schools of children whose homes ere in adjoining States, will affect the attendance in several public school buildlnes in this nart of the. District. The exact number of pupils who will be bairt-d cannot bo stated accurately now, but officials of the public schools de clare at least sixty children will be in eligible for admission. The two buildings the law will affect particularly are those at Congress Heights and at Good Hope, especially the latter one. In PVinee George county, Md prepa rations are under way to sond the for mer Anacostia pupils to some county school. In the cases of those Maryland ers living across the District lino below Good Hopo there Is no school within three miles. Tho District has been trying for a long time to have an adequate supply of water furnished to the Stanton School, at Good Hope, and within the last few weeks there has been Installed at the deep well sunk there Beveral years ago a large windmill, through the operations of which the District of ficials hope enough water will be sup plied for the pupils. Prof. Hosmer M.. Johnson, the super vising principal of the local public school division, has outlined the plans of organization for the Handle High lands section, made necosjary by the erection of the new oleht-room s.'hnl house there. It Is the intention of the scnooi directors to have the upper graaea. irom me tnira to the eighth. filaced In the new bulldlmc. therebv re levlng the Orr School at Twinlns' City of these grades. The small pupils, inose who make up the first, second, and third grades, are to remain in the Orr School. The new building at Handle High lands, while not entirely ready for occu pancy yet, will be bye the time the schools are reopened, It Is stated. Educational themes were discussed In the Congress Heights Methodist Epis copal Church yesterday by the Rev. Merrltt Earl, the pastor. The congre gation heard described the value of a high school training and a college edu cation. The Rev. MY. Earl expressed the view that too many parents, think- intr a simple public school course will suffice for their children's education, make no further effort to give them the great advantages of the high schooj or the college. The morning sermon was directed to ward the parents in the congregation, whose responsibilities for the educa tion of their children were pointed out. The evening sermon was delivered for ASK UNITED STATES Tl J SAVE DAUGHTERS 1 I A'S M 'm voting people of the church, whom the pastor urged to reach out for the high school and college courses. The last one of tfio sight-seeing trip's arranged by the Rev. Merritt Earl, pas tor 01 tnO Al & VUUrUH, ill UUllftlCD. Heights, for the residents of that ..... ...lit .nlrn nlnea timnrwiw Till BUUlirv, will vv -.w wuw.... ...w party will leavo in the early morning, Visiting tno .Monument, we curwu ui Engraving and Printing, the Depart ment nf A irrf niilturia- hn RmlthHnnlan and tho National Museum. The Anacostia baseball team won from the Oxon Hill, Prince George county, team yesterday In the Mary land village by tho score of 6 to 5. The Anacostia team took the lead arly In tho game and retolnod It. Downer and Miller was Anacostia' s battery, while Mattlngly and Hager worked for Oxon Hill. The games between the two teams have resulted in two victories for each club, so the deciding gomo will be played next Sunday on the rJver dia mond at Anacostia. Anacostia Lodge, No. 21, F. -ft.. A. M., v.ill meet tonight in Masonic .Hall for the conferring of the entered apprentice degree, which will be exemplified by Milton J. FMlus. Mrs. Susie A. Nowcomb, of jNew Tork city, Is visiting Edward J. Newcomb, her son, postmaster of Congress Heights. The committee that Ib arranging for an old-time minstrel show to bo given by the Men's Club of tho Esther Me morial Protestant Episcopal parish, of Congress Heights, will meet on Wed nesdav evening with Milton J. Fllltus, In Nichols avenue, to go over the plans Miss Marie Russell and MIbs Iola Robey, both of Bel Alton, Charles county. Md.. who have been visiting friends In Baltimore, have come to Ana costia for a stay with relatives. Frank J. Eatnshaw, whoso marriage took place recently, has removed to 1331 Valley place from East Capitol street, wasnington. Di. Charles Irby, of the medical staff of the Government Hospital for the In sane, has returned from Atlantic City. Gus Schuldt Back. Assistant Corporation Counsel Gus A. Schuldt resumed his duties as Govern ment prosecutor In the District branch of the Police Court today, after spend ing ,ten days' vacation In tho Blue Ridge mountains. Mr. Schuldt's trip was taken up for the most part by fishing. Assistant Corporation Counsel John M. George acted as prosecutor In the District Police Court during Mr. Schuldt's absence. Managua Residents' Fear for Girls in Peril at Gran ada College. The State Department today an nounced that manyinativo and foreign residents in Managua, Nicaragua, havo addressed to United Btates Minister Weltzel a petition urging that he take steps to allovlate the conditions of their daughters who, they report, are In the French College for Girls at Granada. The writers of tho petition state that they have not heard from their daugh ters for forty-five days. Tho last word from the beleaguered girls and young women was to the effect that the pro visions In the college wcro nearly ex hausted. The suffering in tho city of Granatin, which Is still controlled by the lawless revolutionists, wa described as tcrrlblo In tho extreme. It Is realized that the children must be relieved Immediately unless they are to bo Innocent victims of tho rabble that compose Mena's main column. Minister Wcitzel has taken the matter up with tho American naval authorities in the republic. According to further advices from the American legation at Managua, the ZelayalBtas are stirring up trouble in the north of Nicaragua, where, In the district of Segovia, they havo cut tele graph wireB, Communication with the legation, however, is still open via Blue field?. Rear Admiral W. H. II, Southerland, in command of the naval forces in Nica ragua, confirmed the news that the note of the Stato Department presented to tho Nlcaraguan government demanding protection to Americans and foreigners had been received. Body of Unidentified Mnn l?sx4rf Vf 1Trp ' Lying beside the Baltimore and Ohio railroad tracks, near tho Queen Chapel road bridge, the mangled body of an unidentified whlto man about (lfty-flvo years old. was found shortly after 6 o'clock this morning. An incoming passenger train had evidently hit the man during tho night. There were no papers or letters In his pockets, or any marks on his cloth Ins that would give the slightest cluu to his Identity. Tho body was taken to the District Morgue. The man had about a week's growth of beard on his face. He was dressed in a black suit of clothes, a white shirt, and had on black shoes and tan socks. The only thing tounB in his pockets was a pair of steel-rimmed spectacles. Recovered From Severe Lung Trouble Whllo we all know that plenty of fresh air and good food aro necessary to persons suffering from lung trou ble, something- more Is needed to bring about full health. 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