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-jWWW m yc&m? S-1, f 5. 1L, - r- . Sl ashttwton mtatg WEATHER FORECAST: Fair; Saturday unsettled. Full Report on Page 3. NXJMBEB 7949. Yesterday's Circulation, 57,600 WASHINGTON, FRIDAY EVENING. SEPTEMBER 26; 1913. f i r t v" ffltttt ' LAST AND.v HOME'EDITIGN . r I BfiOKAW TAHCLE IE Congressman Johnson Believes Pittsburgh Police Made Mis take in Their'Circulars. ELLIS ELUDES DETECTIVES Indianapolis Police Get No Clue to- "Crime-Twin" Slayer of Joseph Shalansky. Dereiopaents today In the puzzling alibis 'implicating Fred Brokaw, the clover young confidence man who swindled several prominent residents et this' city last June, and "Joseph ElUs," alleged slayer of Louis Shs laasky, an Indianapolis merchant, partially explained by the theory fcat J the b are "crime , twins," give the case a more tangled aspect than ever and added deeper -mystery to the real identity of the perpetrator or perpe trators, of the nation-wide campaign of crisae- Thinks It Is Mistake. Congressman Albert Johnson of Wash ington, one of Brokaw victims In the swindling scheme, who later became his benefactor and sent him West, today advanced the theory that the Pitts burgh police had made a mistake In seeding out a circular with a photo graph and description of Brokaw as the man -wanted for robbing a second-hand clothes dealer In a hotel In that city. The -robbery was similar to the job in 'Indianapolis, except that Shalansky was srardered 'after being rubbed. Similar robberies had occurred in a number of other cKles, and because of the circular est out front-Pittsburgh it was thought Brokaw was the man wanted for the different Jobs. It then developed that Brokaw had been arrested in San Francisco-oa the same day the murder was oommUlti ia lBd!anapoHvnd,tb po lls paaXMitst that Brokaw had a "crime !" frjjft tr lli till '"II advantage of his rusesBMagce to Brokaw. -who -has long, criminal record. , , - Congressman Johnson: said .today that be understood -Brokaw-wasvwanted In Pittsburgh for- Jumping 'a board bllL (Continued 'on Eleventh Page.) "-. Clever Stranger Passed Bad Check on Trust Cempany a, and then Left City. Through the sending out of descrip tive circulars by the police today, it became known that a clever swindler passed a worthless check for 230 on September ,3, on the United States Trust Company, Tenth street and Pennsylvania avenue. The man Is said to he Joseph L. Martin, about thirty-two years old. He opened, an account at the bank by depositing a check for $636 drawn on the .First National Bank of Minneap olis, Minn., after having been Intro duced to the bank officials by one of the depositors. It later developed that this depositor, who Is a merchant tailor, had only met the alleged swindler a few hours before, when he called at his place of business to order a suit of clothes. OA the same day he opened the ac count he was allowed to draw against the account for SS30. On the 12th of the month the check came back marked "No good." In the meantime, Martin had left the city. The police say that during the month ot August martin unsuccessfully at tempted to operate in a like manner In Nashville. Tenn.? Rock Island, 111.; Mo unt, II L, and Louisville. Ky.. with checks drawn on the Minnesota bank. Owner of Death Factory Fined for Locking Exits HEW YORK. Sept. 25. Max Blank, in whose Triangle shirt waist factory 147 girls were burned to death. March 25, 111. today was convicted in the court of special sessions of locking the three exits Of his new factory. 79 Fifth ave nue, where ISO girls are employed. Jus tice Russell fined him 20. In imposing the minimum penalty, the court offered Blank the alternative of flvse days In the penitentiary. He smiled, pulled out a "roll" as thick as his arm. peeled off a $20 bill, and walked out. in PUZZLING SEQCIN ACCUSED OFlUG BANK TOMORROW'S HALF HOLIDAY STORY Everybody's Reading It "Less Clothes for Women, if Modest, The Better9 Says Jane Addams PITTSBURGH, Pa., Sept. 26. 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Then he asked me whether I was going to testify at his impeachment trial. I told him that I had been supoenaed. 'When I made that reply. Governor Sulzer said to me: 'I hope that you will be easy with me.' I told him that I would have to recite the facts exactly as they were. He men asjceu me whether I could not treat the affair be tween us as personal, but I told him that I could not do so." The revelation that the governor had Gaynor's Secretary To Manage Campaign NEW YORK. Sept 26. A manager for the fusion campaign of John Purroy Mitchel for mayor, was found today in Robert Adamson, who was secretary to the late Mayor Gaynor. The fusion lsts first sought former Collector Ioeb as campaign manager, but he refused. Job Hedges also declined. Whisky Makes Him Maniac. ALTOONA. Pa., Sept. 26 Having drunk almost a quart of whisky, Gil- bert Wilson, fourteen years old, became a maniac, it required inree ciiy nre- men to hold him before he was taken to the City Hospital, where Is now in a ' serious condition. ! Folk Takes Oath. Former Gov. Joseph W. Folk of Mis souri was sworn in today before Secre tary Bryan as the new Solicitor of the State Department. Governor Folk will receive a salary of $5,000 a year. Buy The 5:30 expressed here today by Miss Jane Addams, of Hult House, Chicago, who will address a great mass-meeting tonight in connection with the conference of the National Federation of Set tlements. " "I do. not believe that1 women are being degraded by the fashions of the times," she continued. "Of course, there are extremes. In Chicago our policewom en take care of these." Eugenic marriages, woman suffrage, and .the J fashions, to Miss Aadams,, are the burning questions of the day. -v 26. The prosecution sprung the impeachment court when-v asked point blank whether since he became governor. said: BY SULZER. been in personal communication with witnesses since the trial had been on seemed to stun the Sulzer lawyers. His Lawyers Confer. They conferred a moment, and finally asked him whether he was certain that the conversation he had related, was exactly as It had taken place. He re plied that this was the substance, and was quickly excused. The prosecution also developed that Sulzer campaign contributons had been solicited o nthe floor of the Cotton Ex change. , J. Temple Gwathmay, a cotto nbroker said he personally sent his check fof $100 to Sulzer. and stipulated that the money was to be used "for campaign purposes only." Prince's Playmate Smashes $10,000 Relic LONDON. Sept. 26.-A "gillie" named Barnes, while playing cricket on the Western lawn at Balmoral with Prince John hit a crlckctball through the win dow of the room In the castle where valuable old china which Queen Mary Is taking care of for the dowager Em press ot Russia Is stored. The ball smashed a Dresden figure worm hu.uuu. which was presented to the Empress by the late King Edward, curiously enough a replica was broken at Windsor two days before King Ed ward's death. Mackay Is Silent On Suit Against Wife PARIS. Sept. 26. Clarence H. Mackay. whose wife Is said to be defendant In a O.000.000 alienation suit brought by Mrs. Joseph A. Blake, wife -of a fa mous surgeon in New York, today re fused to discuss the case, or to talk about his reported separation from his wife. PAWN OF FATE L Education and Health Boards Recommend Expulsion of Afflicted Children. SIXTY PUPILS WOULD LEAVE Two Departments Agree that Drastic Steps Are Necessary to Check Disease. - By urging- that all children suffer ing from any form of communicable tuberculosis be denied the benefits of the public school system, the Health Department' and the Board of Educa tion have united in a determined ef fort to eradicate the white plague from the public schools of Washing- ' Health Officer W. C. Woodward, it was learned today, has recommended that the health regulations be amend ed", so as to expel from the public school all children .afflicted with the disease In-communicable-form. The recommendatltnitbears the indorse- ment of the.Board,of Education. May 'EspeT Sixty Pupils. 1 'Favorable action on- the part of the Commissioners .-will result. It Is estimated,-' In the Immediate expulsion of about sixty pupils. Commissioner Newman said today that the board has not yet had time to consider the recommenda tion, and that he did not know what its decision will be. , After -years of endeavor to obtain ap propriations fqr open-air schools for tubercular pupils, the Health Depart ment and the Board of Education are screed that drastic-, steps ;are necessary "to prevent-the spread of the disease. fAt present there are only t o open-air schools in Washington the Blake.' for white children, :nd .thtsSlww ij. tar raents are considered totally Inadequate, and in" their estimates for the next fiscal year the Board of Education it Is un derstood, will renew It srecommendaT tions that appropriations be made for the proper care of tubercular, pupils. Hope for Favorable Actisa. t Open-air classes, In the public, schools are conducted successfully in a -number of other cities, and there is no reason, the health authorities say, why the Capital should not be similarly provided for. Health Officer Woodward and Dr. William M. Davidson, superintendent or puduc scnoois, nope tor xavoraDie action, as they believe the welfare of the tubercular pupils, as well as of those with whom they are associated, makes new schools imperative. Health Department statistics for the last year showed that ninety-two children I nthe District between the ages of five and eighteen years were afflicted with tuberculosis. Of this number thirty-nine were white and fifty-three colored. The records snow also that last year there were 30 cases and II deaths among children from 5 to 10 years of age, and 16 cases and 4 deaths among those from 10 to 20. IH LANST0H CASE American Security Made Co-Defendant in Amended Bill for Legal Separation. An amended bill for legal separation was filed In the District Supreme Court today by Mrs. Ethel V. Lanston, who made the allegations that her husbanl, Aubrey Lanston, has a soul-mate in Belgium, and "maintains a loverlike correspondence with his said affinity," the object of the amendment being to make the American Security and Trust Company a co-defendant. The trust company, which Is trustee under the will of Tolbert Lanston, the Inventor of the monotype machine, and holdB a fund of $100,000 for the defend ant, was cited by Chief Justice Cla hauRh to show cause next Tuesday why It should not be restrained from paying any money in Lanston. engTh1n0dreatv,o0r.nTotTeacahrn 2E ismAn . , , ? . ii for Mrs Lanston ThTtentatlv; acree- mernt ?s ft" "finstoto'g hisKo aSd,omenre,u'ri,m!tln1B ,? ." "T I f h2r securllIc''' deluding the fam- liy nomc. . "Quo Vadis," Columbia Theater To- night Matinees dally Including Sunday, 26c and BOc. Advt. 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Floyd Harrison, of Virginia, is pro moted from clerk In the Bureau of Chemistry to be executive clerk in the office of Assistant Secretary Galloway, at a salary of $2,250 a year. All of these promotions were made by Secretary Houston for merit and long sen-Ice In the department. The place taken by Mr. Estabrook was made vacant by the transfer of Victor H. Olmstead, who was placed in the field service ns a special agent after an Investigation of his office. This position Is one of the most Important In the department, having to do with all the crop statistics. Dr. Jones Stops Auto As He Dies at Wheel ' NEW YORK. Sept. 2G. Although 1 8tricken with a fatal attack of heart !", h"ed f " r"' .-lat good speed along Broadway near "" 8reet' Dr- R"m D. Jones had PSf .Utorward" """l ?mZa SwSk? wSowa. sitting ' ,, t'ne tonneau. hurried the stricken Jnnn tQ gt Luke-S Hospital. There It was stated that he hnd died almost In- i stantly. Dr. Jones was fifty-seven i years old and proprietor of. the Hotel j Roland, on East Fifty-ninth street. I of The jfifrT BILL. BROAD W EFFECTS Iowa Congressman's Measure Designed to Clean Out Gam bling in. Departments. Not only enlisted men at Washington Barracks and the Navy Yard, but effl cers detailed for service at the Stte. War and Navy building, will be barred even from a penny-ante game of "draw" If the bill introduced in the House yesterday by Congressman Kirk' Patrick becomes law. The bill cover "gambling or playing at any game of chance, betting on any game whatever and buying or selling futures." "The people look to Government em ployes to be clean, upright men." Con gressman Kirkpatrick said today. In discussing his bil, "and I know the majority ot men in the public service are .men of sound morals and good habits.. But the recent disclosures of handbook gambling at the Navy Yard and other Government departments shows that a house-cleaning Is needed. "I believe there is need for a law of this kind, which will give heads or de partments and commanding officers of the army and navy the right to dismiss summarily men under their charge who are guilty of gambling. "With such a law as this, there would be no more gambling operations conducted on Government property by men actually on the payroll of the Gov ernment, .and there would be no more debauching of younger men, who faced the danger of being made Into con firmed gamblers by the temptation placed in their way while at work. "The officers and men alike would have to toe the scratch so far as gam bling Is concerned, for all would be subject to dismissal. Sea Serpent Attacks Boat. VANCOUVER. B. C. Sept. 2fi.-An- other sea serpent has been discovered, t according to the officers of the Grand I Trunk Pacific steamship Prince Albert. , It was encountered by Indians nt ' Skidecute. and is stated to have been twentv feet In length. The monster got hold ot one of their canoes, but was dlspatchel by one of the chiefs, who slashed It In two with a large hunting knife. Times Tonight .... " Jr rs-saBBjmg: " MASKED BANDITS ROB EM0NL0C01M Cut Off Pmenpr Cotchn, SK Up lailCan, t Dynamite Safe, and Dash Amy jm Enfine With Twe Denielished Cart Tram-.-Ji!ia Frein Racing Engine and Flee lute SiNMipe. i DEPUTY SHERIFF, III SHOT BY EMBER OF ANOTHER POSSE MERIDIAN, Miss., Sept 26. Ttit three masked v bandits who held up the AJabana( Great Southern passen ger train early today, at Eriglewood, near -Tuscaloosa, -escaped with $100,000 after dynamiflng-the express safe .and rifling he mail cars, according to trainmen who arrived here this morning. Deputy Sheriff Jarrtes Bonner, of Bimingham; was shot and -killed -today by a. Montgomery, Ala., deputy sheriff, who mistook him: for one of the; robbers. Bibhnsr? was heading a posse scouring the woods near'Cottondale; Re-enforements inihe shape of a "second posse, heav ily armed and'earrying Woomounds left Tuscaloosa wu , special train an hour after Sheriff almeOtarfedjputMt of jh& bandits. Much of ttecounjjirieartiscleneof ffie . robjiiiyiymlrsBy anf the authoritieetfhlt-lf 'ifcgfitw. , 3, ---i' . i. . m . a .raSrtjyjbs. raiBtsig.-.- &rrF2r,&2r ! 11 H I . WiailE-JJII Wi M1S rr- i V" v- --- r " Vi--:7,.V- - AOBBdfjaMSttjHIMfe! tHlilrfttH IHttl COUPLE, 93 AND 65, Aged Mary Wtst and Her Ward, John Contet , Object, But the Police Are Firm. Mrs. Mary J. West, ninety-three years old. who has been a character around the city for several genrations, and her "ward," John Contee, aged sixty-five. are going to be sent to the almshouse at Blue Plains very much against their wilL For several years the Board of Chari-j ties have had the aged couple under its wing. Mrs. West receives a small pension and because of this the board did not have to give them much financial aid. but there were, other matters to be looked after. Mrs. West is so feeble and decrepit that she can. do but little for herself, andl Contee, whom she raised from a little boy. is a cripple and Is 111 most of the time. When Mrs. West got her pension last month, she and Contee went to Rich mond and the Board of Charities thought the couple was off their hands. Last night, however, they, came back from the Virginia city, and this morn ing they were wandering about the city looking for a place to live. Dressed in a long black skirt" that dragged behind like the train of a dress worn by some grand lady, a bright red flannel waist, and a sunbonnet that hid almost all of her face. Mrs. West attracted much attention as she hob bled down Thirteenth street northwest, with Contee targing along behind. The old woman used a broken um brella handle for a cane to help her along, and In spite of her years, she Was making better Drogress than Contee. The couple walked In the middle of the street. Near Thirteenth and D streets TT0P00BH0USE eeu near xnirieenin inu u iirnui.. tt,m . , vi,.n.i ... - .-, policeman from the First precinct. ! f the Hou from Missouri, set a new fearing the couple would be run down and injured or Killed Dy some venicie, escorted them to the station house. The Board of Charities was notified, and one of the agents tried to persuade the cou ple to go to Blue Plains. But Marv West and John Contee could not see It that way. .no almshouse for r them, they said. Mrs. West had a pen- I Inn tnfr .! Annnirh tn tran th.m Mm L they wished the police and the Board of HOUSE. Charities would leave them alone. Was not in session today. The police, however, looked at It dlf- Elections Committee Informally consii: ferently. and Mary and her "ward" prd o,. Grace charm of vot. huvln were "vagged." so that they could be I er"; "" ' r" enargesor vote W taken to Police Court and the Judge against Congressman Whnley of Soutr asked to send them to the poorhouse. I Carolina. PURSUIT OF 8AM, ' - ;' fcuJUBmBBlBMU..SP-SBBSBt.-lBBBr. f, &7JTZ - Jr -!- . ..jZ7-i.T JL.. " J " -. JM1KIID flOCH. - Tfce .tralsssMS sC -sv tsirfWs ststT f their-iSMSsater with the jtsMscsl A the train. puHeA' late BMtvato shortly after nMadgat? It'wac neUceC that the Mock, sternal hs4 see fewML EBtbtesr Daniels starts te sad was cenfroBted ky . bandit, who thrust s, revelTer te fair face. Another rober guarded the 4eerr. of, the baggage and ssael ears, while a .third climbed late the locomotive ajtd ordered Flreaaq Johnson te cut the bagaage' and raaH. ears frees, the rest of the trate. The fireman refused. The bandit, struck hist across, the head with a. re volver, and then forced the eaataeer and fireman to uncouple the two ears. "While the uncoupling was' is srocress the third member of the sraaar ordered the mall clerks to leave thefa- car.- The clerks refused, thinking the three ssec. were hoboes, and a.' volley ot buUeta was sent through the mail car. Two men, JU Poole and Reuben Sanders, narrowly escaped being hit. All the trainmen were ordered to the rear in the detached cars, and the ban dits turned their attention to the safo in the express and mail car. firing threo loads that wrecked the car. Open Throttle. Seising two .heavy sacks filled with money and a package containing reg istered mall, the three bandits leaped from the wrecked car and ran toward the engine. With the demolished car still attached, they opened the throttle- and disappeared in the darkness. When the engine- raced through. Tus caloosa an hour later, tt was running wild, and no one was in too driver's seat. Tracers located the abandoned locomotive and cars at-Englewood. forty miles from the scene of the robbery, at daylight. It Is thought that the three bandiU leaped from the train between Tnsca loose snd Blbbvllle. and a posse Is scouring the woods in txut vicinity. Passengers were not molejted. and some c them did not knosr of the hold-up until they awoke several hours later. Mall Clerk Poole was slightly hurt when he fell through a cattle guard, while walking with hi3 hands up at the point of a revolver. Sports "Missouri Meerschaum." Congressman Decker, "baby" member Congressional fashion in automobiltns today, by steering up Pennsylvania avenue .with a huge, flaming yellow corn cob pipe clenched firmly between his teeth. IN CONGRESS TODAY. IN TOMORROW'S NOON EDITION Everybody's Reading It 3 ''4 )- . M :? J I j sAJslar33-i3K'l&.,?-. r jri-.tf ,jt,r-vt'-A--tr- -' e.res."iA.. . '- . -V- - - v A5ssei -J.V trt."tTi lWiS5 .!. i :..