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THE WASHINGTON TIMES. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22; 1914.
Courts Can Hasten Advent of Single Standard of Morality Kenyon Act Must Be Supple mented by Other Legislation, Says Iowa Attorney General. "The steady conviction of men for offenses for which the woman alone pays the penalty will do more to bring about a single moral standard than 20 years of educa tion," says Attorney General Cos son, of Iowa, in discussing the ef fectiveness of the Kenyon act, de signed to abolish the segregated district of Washington. The law 'itself is but an evidence of intention, he said, and should be supplemented by another to provide for removal of district of ficials who fail to enforce its pro visions and by a system of indeter minate sentences for men and women alike. Occoquan can be made a real reformatory and a choice of occu pations for women inmates is need ed to establish this aim. Improvement of conditions in the National Capital, he says, will come with constructive work sup plemented by legislation and the removal of contributory causes. Attorney General Cosson orig inated the- injunction process of fighting commercialized vice, the basis of the Kenyon act. By KENDRICK SCOFIELD. "Washington should have a re moval law to ensure the strict ap plication by public officials of the Kenyon 'Red Light statute," said George Cosson, attorney general of Iowa, originator of the "Red Light" injunction legislation, in discussing measures to make effective the Kenyon act abolishing the segre gated district in the National Cap ital. Attorney General Cosson, who is in Washington attending the ses sions of the American Bar Associa tion continued. "Indeterminate jail sentences should be rigorously imposed upon all offenders, instead of the fines which range from $10 to $20. "Washington is now in a process of reconstruction, as the result of the legislation abolishing its seg gregated district, but, with supple mentary legislation, conditions can be immeasureably improved in time. The so-called 'easy life' ap peals in a great degree only to women and girls of feeble minds, and often the question is more one of caring for mental weaklings than changing economic condi tions." Attorney General Cosson drafted the hrst law of its kind to enjoin propert. owners from permitting their premises to be used for illegal purposes. I'pon his measure, the IGH ST IF ING J. E. Diggle has moved to his new, up-to-date Store Where He Will Welcome You. Fresh Creamery Butter, 1 lb. prints 34c Pure Lard, the kind that gives satisfaction, per lb 12y2c Fancy Sugar Cured Hams, per lb . . . 19c Pat-a-Cake, Gambrill's Perfect Cake Flour, per package 15c Nothing to add but water. Gambrill's Patapsco Flour 6-lb. sack 23c 12-lb. sack 45c "Bull Frog" Self-Rising Hour, full 2-lb. package 10c L. C. F. Rolled Oats, the popular sanitary package 10c Choice White Potatoes, per peck 1 9C York Imperial Apples, per peck 20c We recommend Safe Home Matches for use in the home,, meets all requirements of Federal and State laws, NON-POISONOUS, TREATED TO PREVENT AFTERGLOW, the best match made strikes anywhere. LEAGUE OF XOIITUEAST. NORTHWEST. C. Rammling;, 312 Penna. art. A. H. PHtt, 9th aad Q ata. Colombia Tea aad Coffee C 1505 IV. Capitol at. I Lather F. Ilnll, iia uuu mm mm 31. J. Wbelan, 1117 II t. R. E. Robernon, Oth and A ata. J. Krnna fc Son. 810 J 3th at. J. E. DlKglc, G42 II at. Free bbbbH1 l Hr t HLbLS1 B'-'' ' HKbbbB'' bbbk? ' . .!. bbbST x SbbbbbbbK bbbbS Vv, vc 2- s IbbbbbR BBBK'-'-- CtfjMMHHBHK IJmstfgMuBmmjitiUVs "VIbBBbW .HttiSaBBaaBKBBBBBBilBK sBBflBBnRtfBBBBBVKviitlBBF 9 tb?5 TpHniKSHuQ v v " SHK i :J$MmMMr&QMs ' y GEORGE COSSON, Attorney general of Iowa, originator of the injunction process of fighting owners who rent property for illegal purposes, the foundation upon which the Kenyon act was built. Kenyon law was founded. Yet he admits freely: Treat Men Like Women. "The passage of a red light in junction statute in any city or State, is but an incident In the fight against commercialized vice. "It has been said that such legis lation is merely a "declaration of good intentions. 1 agree with that. "There is a world of work yet to be done, for commercialized vice is not an unrelated condition which can be effaced by merely closing up 'red light' districts. "Some of its foundations rest upon economic causes; other upon igno rance; still others upon the weak mentality of its victims. Hand In hand with red light legislation should so other measures, directed toward a betterment of economic conditions, and toward a better con trol of citizens whoso minds have never reached a normal develop ment. Then, too, men and women who offend .should be treated exact ly alike in the eyes of the law. Too often the woman pays the penalty and the man escapes. The steady conviction of men for of fenses of this sort would do more to bring about a single moral standard than twenty years of edu cation. "But Washington can make the' The 3n Yellow Onions, especially good, per V4 pk. 5c Cape Cod Cranberries, per quart 7Vc Consumers' Delight Coffee, per lb 25c Banquet Brand Coffee, per lb 30c Occidental Brand Coffee, per lb 35c New Pack Sugar Corn, desirable quality, per can 7Vjc Libby's Hawaiian Pineapple, large can 19c Regina California Peaches, large can 13c Newly Seeded California Raisins, large pkg. 9c New Cleaned Currants, per pkg 10c Dromedary Dates, per package 10c New California Figs, 1 lb. package 15c Wan-Eta Cocoa, full lb. in qt. glass jar 25c Chili Con Carnp. Ivory Soap, 3 CONSUMERS' FRIENDS PATRONIZE THF STOPF. NEAREST SOUTHEAST. Brlnkley Broa., 108 91 at. II. C. Roneraoa, Oth S, S. Car. Ar. IJrinUley Broa., 1101 3rd at. G. E. BobnnnoB, 535 4th at. Brlnkley Brow., 023 4th at. litems? Delivery to Every Section of the Kenyon law more effective," the Iowa attorney general said. "First, be sure the authorities are prose cuting the offenders. This can be done by the passage of a broad 'removal law giving the govern ing power of the city authority to remove from office any official found derelict in his duty after a (XI in vestigation. We have such p. law at home. Under it any five citizens can instigate such an investigation, and the statute has been of untold help in rooting out the gamblers and grafters. "The next step must be to obtain the co-operation of the courts be fore whom such offenders come for trial. Conviction for a first offense, I believe, should result merely In a warning. A second offense fahould bring, to man and woman alike, an indeterminate sentence at Occoquan of not less than ninety days or more than six months. A second offense should bring a sentence of from six months to two years. "Such sentences as these, served in a modern reformatory, should do much toward preventing commerci alized vice, and Occoquan could be made the site of a woman's reform atory which would exactly answer, the purpose. Such an institution should afford varied interests. "l-'or instance, at Occoquan, to which I make a visit every time I reach Washington, I find that the fe've Eclipsed High Cost of Living at 642 H St. N. E., Mexican srvl nr ran Qr 5 7 -- -JJ f" " " cakes for 13c Safe Home Matches, large box 5c i YOU SOUTHWEST. R. E. W. Schmidt, 8th and D ata. II. T, Gover, 7th aad C ata. A. G. Schmidt, 4li and F ata. I. Sncrar, 3rd aad C ata. City male prisoners are siven a choieo of half a dozen trades. Some arc blacksmiths. Some aie bricklayers. Others .ire carpenters, and I noticed yesterday, -that coming up behind groups of workmen suddenly, we found them porfoi mine: their tasks cheerfully and not at all perfunc torily. Scope of Reformation. "But in the women's reformatory, most of them seem to be engaged as laundresses. Now, you can't make a laundress of every woman. They need a diversity of occupations as well as. the men. Therefore, the scope of the woman's reformatory at Occoquan should he broadened. "Let twenty-five or fifty of these women, arrested under the Kenyon law. be given heavy indeterminato sentences, and their sisters will begin to understand that "Washington is an unhealthy place for them, and migrate." It was suggested that such a plan would, at least temporarily, result only in shifting the women upon other cities, and he was asked: "What will be the ultimate of this plan?" He replied: "The present effect, un doubtedly, will be a shifting from "Washington to other cities, where segregated districts still obtain. But ultimately, as the different commu nities abolish their districts, com mercialized vice will gradually bo under as good a control as larceny or murder is today. "The United states has a long way to go before she reaches the plane of crime control which foreign nations, through a certainty of pun'shment and the speed with which thev try such cases, have brought over the crime of murder. "Today in the United States there are 129 murders to every million of population. Canada has only from three to four: Germany, from four to five: England, from ten to eleven: Franco from eleven to fifteen, and Belgium, fifteen. The Feeble-Minded Class. "Then, there Is another contribu tory cause which will have to bo brught under control feeble mindedness in women. Statistics show that not more than one out of every five unfortunate women have normal brains. The other four arc what psychologists term 'morons,' which means the possessor of a brain neither sane nor Insane. Often such women have only the mentality of children from ten to fourteen years of age. They are drawn into the underworld through the 'romance of the easy life.' That romance must be dispelled and the weak-minded controlled. "Most women of this class are do mestics, drawing $30 or $40 a month and supplied with their room and board. On such a basis tho economic side of the question is not an im portant one; though, of course. I do not mean to say that the need of money does not drive many women into the 'red light' districts. "But Washington need have no grave apprehension, if constructive work follows the 'red light' law. The city is now undergoing a period of reconstruction, and, as in every such period, conditions are far worse immediately following re forms than they were before." One Real Prosecution. Speaking of the 'operation of the Kenyon red light law, which has now been In effect in Washington since last February, Assistant Dis trict Attorney B. J. Laws, who has superintended the crusade of tho city's police against commercialized vice, said: "So far there has been but one real prosecution under the Kenyon law. That indictment Is still pend ing. It will probably come to trial within the next few weeks. "The authorities are encountering real difficulty In proceeding under this statute. It Is a serious thing to close up a property for a year and assess a penalty of $300 as the law provides. Therefore, we must have unshakable evidence before wo pro ceed. There is plenty of hearsay H H H BIbm lvll kiUI ur l a Azc.tJCAm JA v kw J Dl bSA I n H BfWjjaV'a3J"Rafijfiiyy. K'fr vA J 3$&SfJF!MW&HSmwM aay.r f nws i PRICES REDUCED 7fidacAj2rfe0r "SHIELD or Ges Mevrftles The heart of the light is the mantle. The tremendous economy, efficiency, and agreeable easy-seeing quality of Modern Gas Light depend upon the use of Welsbach and Reflex "-Shield of Quality" Mantles. To introduce this fond of gas light to everyone, and to remove every excuse for using inferior and inefficient mantles, the prices of Welsbach and Reflex Mantles have been sharply reduced : 25c "Reflex" brarJ, 35c "Welco" brand, Welsbach and Reflex Mantles are a wise and profitable purchase. At the new low prices, they are a real haranin ! Thev last longer, use less gas and produce the quality of light that means eye comfort and satisfaction. 'fiJ fl.MIt T1AEC MAJVf I i$rs wmv Ymi lnmj fh- rx-niunc -- GAsSHflQV BRYAN INVITED BY BALDHEADS WINSTED, Conn., Oct. 22. Secretary of State William Jennings Bryan was today forwarded an invitation to attend the annual dinner of the Bald Head Club of Amer ica here next Thursday night. The club has a membership of 200, and the head of each is - l as bare of hair as Europe is of peace. testimony&and uncertain proof. But that is not enough. "The vice squad has been very active. They have made more than one hundred arrests of men and women whose offenses fall under laws already on the statute books. "Wo expect to accomplish a great deal, however, during the coming winter." But although moro than one hun dred offenders have been haled into the courts, the records show that the usual penalty Imposed upon them, on conviction, have been fines varying from $3 to $23. Class Elects Officers. Members of Central High School's next graduating class, who will receive diplomas next February, has complet ed the class organization with the se lection of tho following officers: P'residcnt, George Risk, jr.; vice president. Miss Jane A. Adams; jsv rctary, Miss Marie G. Cuthbertson; treasurer, M. Henry Weber; valedic torian, James C. Edgerton; historian, Miss Ethel Howlett; poetess. Miss Charlotte Rose Gershanick; prophetess, Miss Hallle Hayes, and prophot, Charles Bergazln. GRAY, USE SAGE TEA Here's Grandmother's Recipe to Darken and Beautify Faded Hair. 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THE BILTM0RE 1040 Blltmore St. I and 20th Sts. 001 20th St. N. W The Knickerbocker 1S40 Mintiooil Place X. W. BLENHEIM COURT 1840-42 California St. X. IV. THE OWASCO 11 R. Street X. E. AIRY VIEW 2415 20th Street. THE HADDINGTON 1S40 Blltmore Street X. W. THE CLINTON 1525 l Street THE ALZARAD0 TO Rhode lulnnd Ave. X. XV. DARLINGTON lOOS 24th St. X. XV. THE CHELSEA 201 K st. s. j:. MISSISSIPPI 1430 W St. JV. XV. "TTiE NEWPORT 2101 Via. Ae. X. VV. 1S00 Kulornina Hoail liy. I'.irk lloiul X. XV. THE MILTON 1721) II Street. 1631 19th Street THE MAURY 10th nnd G Street X. XV. The De Francis 02S I. St. X. XV. DORCHESTER 12th and Md. Ave. S. XV. AS 1 ORIA ad and C M. X. XV. Postoffice Department. Business mall, the statement says, may be adressed In the ordinary way, with the name of the addressee, his firm and the city. 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As a last resort, the doctor, who was a strong temper ance advocate, said he would try getting me to take Duffy's; and I cannot express how thankful I am that he did, for It Is the thing that saved my life." Mrs. W. F. "Wallace. Jr.. 3626 N. Camac St, Philadelphia, Pa. Malt Whiskey No. f Rhus Rent Agent 1 room, kitchen; bath; 5 rooms & bath; sublet. Co. 00. I60.0C. "Washington Loan & Trust Co.. Real Estate Dept. , 1 2 rooms 1 3 rooms 1 A rooms, h.k. 1 5 rooms, h.k. 1 5 rooms, h. k. 1 f rooms, h. k. S35.00. 0.00. 140.00. $42.00. $45.00. M7.C0. Apply on X. 4. 5. rooms and bath. $35.00. to S70.00. Aloaxo O. Bliss Properties. 35 B st. X. TV. 2 and 3 rooms and bah. $20.00 and $27.M. Randall H. Haener & Co.. 1207 Conn. Ave. 2 to 5 rooms and bath, bachelor and housekeep ing'. $20.00 to $50.00. Randall H. Haener & Co.. 1207 Conn. Ave. 3. 4 and 6 rooms and bath. $32.50 $37.50. $53 00. X. L. Sanabury Co.. Inc.. 721 13th st. X. TV. Main 5904-5. 7 rooms and bath. 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