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THE WASHINGTON TIMES. SUNDAY, JANUARY 6, 1018.
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QHIEMNA
WIPED OUT
BY ANOTHER
MQUAKE
Gives Up Society to Help
'Uncle Sam In War
LEAVES SOCIETY
The entire city of Guatemala was
"wiped out by in earthquake shock
Friday night, official radio messages
from Darlen to the War Department
today announced.
Official report to the War Depart
mnt stated that the "entire city
seema to have been completely da-1
stroyed" and that immediate relief la
Imperative.
The acting governor of the Canal
Zone hsa been authorised by the Uni
ted States War Department to dis
patch auppllea Immediately in one of
the. Panama steamer"
The regular ateamer U not due In
Guatamala until January 18. It is stated.
A Red Cross relief shin sailed from
New Orleans Thursday with supplies
for the K,000 people then reported home
less, but the additional casualties and
distrucUon call for additional aid.
Cable Confirm Report.
Conflrmattlon of the War Depart
dent reports uas received at the
Guatemala legation late last night
from the South Xrrerlcan Cable Com
pany agent at San Jose.
Report? of the entire town being
destroyed were repeated, and an es
timate of at least 300 killed was
made by the agent at San Jose,
seventy-Ore miles from the stricken
city.
Scenes of terrifying nature are
described in cables to Senor Mendcz,
Guatemala minister here
Noxious vapors rlsln? from wide
crevices in the street: caused the
death of scores. It waa stated. Others
were killed in the collapse of the his
toric cathedral.
Burled In Wreckage.
The quake came at 10:46 o'clock FrI
day night The 20 per cent of the
buildings remaining standing after
the shocks of. a week ago were razed.
People housed in tents and rude
shelters contrived from sheets of gal
vanized metal were buried beneath
masses of -wreckage.
Railroad lines Into the city from
very direction have been wrecked,
and the bridge over the river col
lapsed.
Feara that President Cabrera may
have been killed are expressed by
Mendez as no news of his safety hag
been received.
Cammunleatloa Destroys.
AH communication between Guate
mala and Varreon on the Atlantic and
San Jose on the Pacific lias been In
terrupted except such as could be
made by courier from the stricken
capital.
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LIFE TO WORK ON
M'ADOO'S STAFF
-Coprrtiht, Harris Jk Enlnr.
MISS FRANCES HAWTHORNE BRADY,
Who, at twenty-one, is one of Secretary McAdoo'g most trusted assist
ants in his new job of managing a nation's railroads.
A Washington society girl. Miss
Frances Hawthorns Itrady, who gave
up parties, dances, and teas or the
debutants set In Washington to help
the Government during the period of
t,e war, a the first and only woman
i n the staff of Director Qsntral of
Railroads MeAdoo.
Miss Ilrady was selected because of
her ability and efficiency In Liberty
loan worK in ma Treasury, and site
was the second appointee of Mr, Me
Adoo aa director general of the rail
roads The first waa Oscar Price,
who was named private secretary to
the director, and who In reality la
his assistant.
ansa urwji oineisi line nas not
been f Izrd. She Is acting, however, as
general assistant In the director's of
floe.
Since saving a finishing school In
Washington, Mlis Brady, who Is but
tventy-one, and consequently .not a
bit diffident about tailing her age.
ha been prominent in all of the af
fairs of the younger set. Her two
grown brothers entered the regular
army as engineers In the first days
of the war, and following them Miss
Hrady felt the call of patrlotls duty.
She offered her services to the Gov
rrnmant and was appointed a clerk fn
the Liberty Loan Bureau,
This was last August Hhe developed
Immediately Into a capable business
woman and her work attracted the t-J
tention of 'officials. Ttiey bad no hail
tancy in declaring her the most eWelent
worker In the Liberty Lout Bureau.
Secretary MeAdoo sent (or her the day
he began organisation of his staff.
Miss Prady has no time Tor lets' or
parties now. For months she has been
working from I In the morning; to almost
any hour at night The hour Will eer.
talnly not be any shorter In the rail
road office, which eennot be expended
fast enough to care for the work that Is
piling In.
She Is stanch n her determination to
serve tha Government during the period
of the war. and she is so interested that
she doesn't care, so far as work Is con
cerned. Just how long It takes to lick
hn Germans.
Miss Brady's father. Tltomaa Grayson
Brady, was for many years a factor In
Cuba, handling sugar lands and other
big products. Nine ear ago he moved
his family htre -from Clarksburg, W.
Va.. taking a house at 1817 ' Vernon
street Miss Brady went to private
school hera and was graduated by one
of the girls' flnUblng schools. Her
two older Jirothers finished their edu
cation at the University of West Vlr
glnlaj each taking an engineering de.
gree. Both are pow'ln the engineer
corps, Lieut. Johnson C Brady In the
306th Regiment, and Sargt Thomas M.
Brady n the Twenty-third Regiment
20 PER CENT CUT
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NOT CONFUSED BY
FIRE OF QU
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TON
"I am
IN
PASSENGER
SERVICE ORDERED
First orders n
general curtail
ment or railroad passenger service
throughout the United States were
approved last night by Director Gen
eral MeAdoo,
New schedules, to become effective
tomorrow,, call for a virtual SO per
cent reduction in passenger service
fast of Pittsburgh on the Pennsyl
vania, Baltimore and Ohio, and New
Tork, Nsw Haven, and Hartford rail,
roads.
Coincident!, IP was announced
plans have been laid for extensive use
of InUnfl waterways sn auxiliary
means of transportation. MeAdoo Is
sued a, statement urging adoption by
Congress of this feature ef tha new
rauroaa phi.
Reduction of eastern roads service
will be followed In the near future
by material curtailments throughout
the Middle West, notably between St
Louis and Chisago, where four com
peting lines operate Pullman Jtrvloe.
ing counsel for, the Commonwealth.
Dr Chamberlain asserted that In his
opinion the body of hi brother was
-dismembered and hidden brnesth, the
fence posts on the doctor's farm after
the doctor himself had been placed In
Jail
Grueling cross examination failed
to confuse him. He engeged In sev
eral animated discussions with the
Commonwealth's counsel which led
Judge Rutherford to Interfere.
The case will go tp the Jury on Tues
day, It Is predicted.
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ready to die, rather than falsify. I
have told the truth end I am Inno
cent," declared Br. Asa W. Chamber
lain today when asked why he did not
take the advice cf several friends and
soma Richmond attorneys and enter
a plea of guilty on the charge of
murdering his brother, Albert, for
whose death he has been on trial In
Goochland county for tha past fourir
days.
Dr, Chamberlain was on the stand
his own defense three hours on Friday
and seven hours yesterday, and from
the first ha maintained his Innocence,
declaring that he had beep his broth
er's frend,up to the t,lme of his death;
that he had never harbored Ill-feeling
against him, even though the dead
man was an Ingrate.
Mrs. Clara Oxford, daughter of the
aged defendant, has arrived from
Wyoming, and Wilt be placed on the
stand tomorrow' to tell of past rela
tions between the brothers.
The doctor's young wife appears
more concerned over the probable
verdict of the Jury than the accused,
who has shown a spirit or cheerful
nesi during tha past two days, and on
the, witness stand yesterday indulged
in some bright repartee at the ex
pense of Louis O. Wendenburg, lead-
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15,000 TURKS IN
HOLY LAND DRIVE
Fifteen thousand Turkish prisoner
have been taken bi the British expe
ditionary force in Palestine since No
vember I. General Allenby has of
ficially reported. So mention is made
of the Teuton prisoners taken, known
to be large
A further advance of two and one
half miles and the occupation of Har
at heh. est of Nablu.s, Is .reported by
General Allenb) British troops are
now ulthin htriking distance of Je
richo and the Mount of Olives
In the Mesopotamian sector. General
Marshall reports thn inauguration of
Red Cross relief party that nasi through traffic from Kut El Amara,
scheduled to arrive in Guatemala yes-1 a hundred miles below Bagdad, to
terday Jias been received here, Basra, between Bagdad -and Bamara
I
MEDH1 McCORMICK
OUT FOR SENATE
CHICAGO, Jan. 8. Congressman
UedlU McCormlck. Republican, has
formally announced his candidacy for
the United States Senate, and will
contest the seat held by James Hamll
ton Lewis. Democrat.
TL0ANS
HORNING
LONDON. Jan. 0 -Little fighting
on the various fronts is reported to
day On the British front In France,
Geneial Haig's forces repulsed sev
eral German raiding detachments.
A spirited artillery duel Is in prog
ress on the Italian front, in the
Aslago plateau and Brenta valley sec
tors In the Calcino valley. Teuton
patrols were driven back by the rifle
fire of the Italian."
Airmen were again active. British
fliers bombed several sheds and
buildings of the German aerodromes
at Glnstellcs
Italian aviators bombarded with
good results enemy avlatlpn camps
and encampments, and also tbe sta
tion at Lev ico and adjacent maga
zines Some casualties resulted and
J slight damage was done when Teu
ton riiers bombarded Mestre. Bas-
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TO THE
'IBCULATION MANAGER of the WASHINGTON TIMES.
Don i Allow This Octopus To Get a Strangle Hold Upon the Public Domain
m the "Relief" Provisions of
Hff Senate Bill No. 2812
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Bill To Encourage and Promote the Mining of Coal and
Phosphate, Oil, Gas, Potassium and Sodium on the Public Domain."
The "Relief" Provisions of this bill, in so far as they affect the
oil situation, would block any chance for real competition and
confirm in the Standard Oil Company and its subsidiaries from
ten to twenty thousand acres of producing lands, and in the Stan
dard and other persons, whose rights are questionable, unlimited .
unproven acreage. It prevents any one but those granted "relief"
from acquiring directly or indirectly, not only in the State of
Wyoming, but in the entire United States, and from
the Canadian Line to the Mexican Border, any larger area of the
many millions of acres of public lands than 2,560 acres. No chance
is given for an oil operator to grow to sufficient size to be con
sidered a competitor. In short, monopoly is intrenched, forti
fied and insured against competition and when you sweep
away the chance of competition, the public's purse is at the mercy
of monopoly. It is unnecessary to point out here the result from the
consumer's standpoint the public's standpoint and it is because of the public's knowledge as to the- effect of such a bill, if
enacted into law, that we depend upon the bill being defeated by an overwhelming vote unless suitable amendments are
made that will eliminate "relief" and permit competition.
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By BENJAMIN F. RICE,
New Willard Hotel, Washington
RICE & LYONS, Lawyers
Tulsa, Oklahoma
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