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HOW THEY LOOKED TWENTY-THREE YEARS AGO
Bollln?. Minor Brot>?uKh. in**M T. M. i.olrr. principal
BE BEACHED AGAIN
J-ornard iJulkhead Leaking
Ta lly, and There i = Danger
of Ship's Founderinc
EN ROUTE TO NEWPORT NEWS
Being Towed Stern First, Big
\ esfd la Aivaptt
I Ipidtl to The Tirnrs-' -is^ati h. 1
Neunort News V" . Uiuiry 10 -
Wirelea* i::t?utM reo h ?-d here this
evening from the affeWStlaaj l ig !.? *
eue. state that lh< forward bulkhead
?f the British steamer ]i.<i:al?uala M
leaking b? d I? now. -,nd tha* Here la
grave danger of the ?in,, ?<, taatarlaaj
while etj route liere. T:>* pMlbpa ar-i
searcelv able t;j keet. ttka wain down
in kgtbj No. 8. and the bulkhead is
sad tn M glvirg way u"d?r the strain
If th'- water gains e>a :?> pumps the
st?atie- re Iii im> aeasaated ..gain TwasvsSJ
bv the t iE.? Peagakt. Hritt.mniH ani
Bjaaaa V. Crew ami ...t.\.i>..| .v t e
rtilted StatT-s KeVell'.e i- Itter a pa. he.
the Ind'aktlaia left i he l:ar>nahanno< k
this morning She i* being toset
st?rn first and progress ner.-asarily is
slow, as the btjc ship is almost un.
t:ianageahi< Weather . .idittons were
favorable, there be'.ng onlv a Itzhi
b.-cese However. |t Is tht-k on the
bsv to-night, snd the probabilities Ur?
thal Ilia bagja and their C w %fUl an
- *lor for the nlgh?
It was announced f'otTi th? lo.a'
offlrr of the t'nlted RSSBH Shipping
t'ompair ager.is for thai In-.'rakual*
that tf"- steamer will riot reaeh PTt
r?fore to-morrow af!> I noon "r ftin
da? g*i? will be dot*k?d | .nmeeJIa tef.
apoa her arrival, n 1 . inrai-tiTitJ
hav'ng been made at the snip: ard to
haul her out.
II is announced n->w that the in?
vestigation of the collision .by the
s"ambiat inspectors will not besln be
fore ii?\t Monde. T> ? a m boat In
?P.cti.rn will b?glo HaC iii'i'.irv on Hal
Tndrakiala. taking KM testimony ad
' aaeaatn SmiCi and th. etwas of the
ship, and of PMnt New kirk, of the
Mailand Plots' AWm-ialiii. who wa?
on tue Indrakuala w h? n she collided
with ihr fvirk^itharh. In the r-.-ent
that if is ftvind necessary to beach
the Indrakuala arain. it will h? two
weck? before she ?an avriv? lore Ve
< hanica fr??m the I?vsi1 yard would !<?
sent to the arttp hrr ttj 'oat to m to
temporary repairs so that the vessel
BUld *e Moated. Concrete would
?W I to kp the hole in the bow.
One M.i.l r Heroii r-U.
! especial to Tha Times- r>.spateh. j
Heathsville. Va.. January 10.?
Wreckers are at work around the plare
wr.e-. the Lu< ker.back aunk In '"hesa
fteake Bay One body, of a seamar.
r.as been recovered and burled at lib?
erty Methodist Protestant Church, la
Hundreds have been going out dally
!? boats to the scene of the wreck.
In r airly (.?od Conditio*.
Norfolk. Va . January 10.?The Brc
-?.-.[?:<?: Alcazar with a cr.-w of
ta'.-nt v-three, wlilrh was :r. dl?t-e?? ,ff
Ib.- Carolina eoaet for two weeks ar. l
na.? reported last night leaking and
? allinr foi assistance off Diamond
Bhual lightship, passed in the Virgini a
'"apes under bee own steam to-day with
1 a bad list to port, but otherwise in
fairly gaod condition.
INJURED BOY IMPROVING
< ..i j ?. .i. i esesases lee Horace ^niiib.
Wfeaa? Lone Wa? llereed hi ?diaft.
. Bee are sanlth, the fourteen-rear-oig lad.
wheel unit wa? j>-in'-tuTed "v a buSSJ" shaft
: Thursday adaea be ai ade<i on a bliyele
e ai aiHoea and "Jrao Kreetsi
wa? reji-rted ;a?* r.lght a- St. h/uke ? Hoe
? b- i.-.aklns satisfactory ; .-..?n
after >ay operation
1 . !? int shaft tore a horrib'e hoe l:i
?he bejr*e right cms. sad his iiresllea is
WOUND MAY BE FATAL
I ?orreil ? < oodltl-m < rllii ..I. InHoninS l.ulig
Hide '*? Itli Tw.. Htillrt. in Hie Rreaal.
R C .-or-re. |fc> ? out saatsyISSadS man.
SS> .;..?? by 'mm to Rkhrnond
? Thsradas ahtht w".h awe a-eaisbre. tui.eia
laised t. bta breae'. Hes In a very critic*;
lesdStlsil in >? IaiSe r lloarpi:*'. ar.d sM
I all la i '-ar :hat th? a.sion?itns ??
httittlon Sf p!>e-k put m> br the Bound J
? ?< ?,,,, . t -a a ) ht is feared t.iat
II suras Hi - i aerioiati . weakaSc-J
I I rowera of ir?ai?m?.
j Morralt *? shot twice Wednesday at Mtn
j erat Sterine* by lai lue Wcdrop '..1 owing
I a Tiiar'e in ?? iir.h a de'amatory eiatemeet
I ?'?'?'.? x >->ung woman flgur'd. After a. ins
f. led l>% the bullet?. Sorrell attempted *S
?-tee and -?riew the battle, nut sp, ?
lite-''-'e^ W Cft'op I? ".'in? Seid ?,n .i,'
twil pendln? t h* O'j'.oma eC Sorre.I a
LECTURE ON SAFETY
i -loimlr and Ohm ?afe?< In.i ( onimil
iee Hall Hew t . W l.lgin.
c W. Ii sue i.r the Baltimore and Ohio
BjrsSSSa. Vlg de'tver an ll'uetrated lecture
aa sia'e'x n' Railway Km ploy rs" to the
?a"i' 'rust cort.mltfe. of the > .. ? ,aj.. ?..?
Sad ohm Railwa} next Tueedaj eveuiac at
C. Itai'road Voi.nc M-ni Christian Asso?
The safety trust committee is an eraaalsa
t an ef '*tie?ap'?Ke aad QMa owpoyee
formed for the pu rp?*e o' promoting the
ru> of .-aI reading? "Tare Ute
?..-e uh'-i in doiaM" II. H Kam?,
s ine-nntendert. Is , Satrman He i( a ree at
?dd'tion to Richmond s r?i:r.,?i fares, hav
?i? ort'y NBSSsed ha ai>r>>inttnent aa dlvl
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Should Have Good Light for Studying
A poor light strains the eyes, and the injurious effects may
last for life. An oil lamp is best. The light from the Rayo
Lamp is soft and mellow. You can read or work under it
for hours without hurting your eyes.
Tb? RAYO fa* ccmatructed iHaMltnnalrr It ie the
boat kaaaat an aal a?pet iajtayaaawra mwd aoonatniral
Tha jaaat ?? I . ?_ made of aobd braaa ? ruckal plated
?\mT^\/mTm\ *~*xuxry Lighted tatthowt rernovtn* chimney or
JL %mW ahade Baey to clean and rewick. Made in varieub
^^aaaaow atylea and for all purpoaeo
Oliliil k~mm mifcen
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
tUimpMaaat M Ham Jmrnrnt ?
Mesparb. W J._Babba i ?? Md.
MANY NEWSPAPER MEN
They Are Getting Elected to
House and Senate in Whoie
! Washington. January 19?Far many
a militant, fast-marching Jecade tha
-1 ,c- . 1 i.p. dashing and dauntless as?
saults of journalism upon the BBTSBM
and the House of Representative*
always nave been conducted from that
toign of vantage known as MM Press
Now. however, an admirable variant
of this frontal and rathT broadsi.te
style of rampaign has been discovered
The "floor privilege", once rare and
! highly prized, is rare no longer. I/et
i the secret be whispered gently, jest the
; shock be too great to the Tories aril
I the ultra-conservatives. But here goes.
I Kditors and journalists are actually
.getting elected to the House and the.
I r-. out? in wholesale cuant t.es.
I ome i rons vll Sections.
Of course, brilliant and otherwise
purveyors of publicity liav? sat in
the august hails of legislatiea for .-.
good many years but the election ..f
191] brought a regular fraternity a
leeular colony of thein, to Wasning
ton. They iome from ail sections of
the nation, ready la fit a hard, e M,
unfeeling editorial eye -100:1 me Con
uressiona' Itre-ord. .m<1 extract at
le.ist sou e of the tortU'-us. b?byIla
thme verbosity whu-h in enshtir.ed
there, and ready to .lcll-'er s.-me
speeches in both th- upper and the
lower Hou-c which will n-.t sound
like the ititerminavl ; convolutions <_f
a legal automaton.
At the next pgMSM mt Congress it is
quite possible the OBSBata desks will
have tvpewrite- aMaoaaMd*?t9i and the
sharp cry to length" speechmak-rs of
?get all the news up ii the first par?
agraph, please. I'on't -Trliiv; the stuff
Irian a Venspaper |H
Even Senator .Toscmi ?Vrld-v. Pailey.
who has never be.? 1 a p.eticuiar
.friend of thei jonrptli.-'i.- spoil.i.-h*
when he couldn't tnanl*>-t!.T?e it h"ti
self. re.sianed to alloa- a newspaper
man. Colonel .lohnst 011. of the Ho't.-ton
Tost, to nil out his term mmmmX *
Hitch' oek. who has he. :i in MM I B
ate for two years, is eSSS a n.-v.sniper
man of som*- standing in Nebraska,
being the owner of an Om iha 1: ws
paper and a few other puhli. itione
No "tie h.-s vet taken an accurate
renalis of the lournallsls who ar>- com?
ing to the House of Represent?t 1 vr *
with tb" extra session that Pres; >. .
dtact Wilson will call. Their ex .. t
number will not he known untl! th~
new congressional directory is Issued,
but their number is legion
WEEK OF PRAYER ENDS
Maa in progress since s..,n<1?> ?.snips ?'
Mmt sks end Pre?t>? terta-i Caurch ?er? closed
.??t night b? s ><-fu'? or sermon h-v P..
Andrew- ^ ..n ?' Farvavt'ie. 0n tne sub!'1 ;
? Prayer." His talk was pronounced by ihe
arge r.-rgtrega-loi a* an > a>f the flneet o
Among those ;? at-.dance at the ?e \ | e
was Rf I II Williams who hs? lue' at
opted a |s the Trord rreajvieuan
church, ta sac eed Re-- K B Bgwiaaiaii
Williams a ?ei..ka4Mrni .n Rl< kmnKi.
he'lag been craduated from I'mnn The*
ei ? .-.rrcra-' II- omut ta rb- lorat
pulpit now from Atlanta. Oa.
The rd-'ireii e \e?te-da> ?a? devoted to
Sunday ?? hoo; work, an addreee by R? I?
.?'lay t.i'y. oa "The Hol? "bylrr. ' open in?
I tha afteraeoa aervK- le?n. hepn was aerveS
in the church '""owing h-? talk
t - f rst period ft Iba evettrag aervlre erat
tlevafeg to rwitnd table * on* ?r? n;-*? ? .a
rtoiu phases at Sawder arheel work Key
.laser* T Wans eo?%e oa The orsa -
.".?. Miss Rean'h Blnfe-4 ca>n<li*'
d.ertjaeion pa Intermediate warb, and all*?
Ika 'le fWs-i it bed en the ptnury gepar:
Rev a T. Ifut'hiaon pre. de? air. Allan
?IIb a ieeture an ihe "Retlslous Tab ?Blas
? 11 ? O - -
\Ileged BJ'erle Tnlef
FrrderV* Taylor, colored, art .-? year" ?4d
?-?? arre?tea . e?..rway tr- Bl .. - p |M 10?
tri . ?1 ia< 1
eyrle "iaw 1 r. B ta- e, S' 1 ? ? Mfl ????
whe?; bj lb* .feet early raotwle/ aaeea
'i>? \< was see* by tbe veetb. it wa? *l
.?ed ga*J T*e ftiap?4 ?teil a^t rooV j
i?< M. ?a. ftrwne >?? BtKle I'er )a tae
CASTRO GOES BACK
Has His Day in Court and
Is Defeated Tem?
I Near York. January I? ?OP'iano Castro.
I former President or V? n-zue:a, who d^'area
be being un aw-fu ;y prevented by lbs
IrriTiifi-ation authorities from ml?:ins ihn
palal|| had bis dsy in court to d >? oefoie
a 1 tribunal Ka Una city. but la .n>fii
it. back astain or. Ulis leland. defeat-d lesa
l porariiy. at least, i:. his attempt to land.
Th?-,'wr1t of riabeaa corpus in hia behalf
van not dismissed outnahi wiiea the matirr
?sine Bp 'or hearlns bet?r? Jurtg- llo.t. Th?
' judjfe. however, announced his intention IS
dismiss M Ban b< d Ma devbdon in abey?
ance aatll h<- 'o.ii<l nftt'.e the queatloa as
whether he had authority to grant an ap?
plication for Caatro'? release oa win! psad
i iti determination by ihr Immigration ati
- jr,:...? o. trie >'?-../Ui.iill r.;.-. i > i
, in tili? lO^intry.
J-Jso ilo.t said he was disposr* to gun!
, the ap:> :? . foT o*v'. provided Be I >J
anil only to do so. and re?in \st ed SBtBBSt
io eubmi: br?f?. Ilr >*'..> arlll rend-ir
a de? iston to morrow
.radae Hoit apheld OSS ori'?r.tion <?'. l?s
Itflct Astern? y IVaM tftat Castro's f\?m|n:i
? ti>n by 0M immigration authorities bad not
j been corrjpieied. and for that reason tBjs
j ?our harl no authority to interfere. < i?
iro s <.oun?*:. ties>ra"- '?ordon Battle. Bead
the' t!:e ease hast. In fact, been cempl<"t?d.
j on tue ar?ur?d that the Immigration authori
I tie- had "exioiiea trnm hlin under duress"
.? |.r?.m'.?e to leBrssj the country against his
sTSaBMsa fir Bsi?i- i?ad from an arfidati:
??:' ' sstro. m srid.-h the V i a aet fertli
. that ro? ftnd -?-*us*-d to answer eertsin que?
llen* put *>y a apecial aoard <?f inquiry c?n
Lfrnlai ?be inrsmal affair* of Vrnesaela.
j and had n'? n i >id that If be would promise
10 go biott motiiry into hts an* lire woj'd
Mr &a"V de ;ared Castro ? ad t"i de
?Wed the ri?*\t to ?safer with ceaaeel except
r i a- Insmayratlon offl'?r
' Vo !a? hi this country ??? . xhat BBaBBSa
eh? ' aW ^.-r senses to hi* rllent without
a cnorejiei' office.- ?landlos; over him.
I ?nmmentr.l Jinltr Ifelt. "t*ne>r Ibesa >tr
aw Bees ? min i detention ?..,) d
( >SIIBtSIJ il!?aa "
I>iafrbt Attorney Wise, hise.ir. pointed
; owl thai naatra Bad had the hrip of counsel
, >n p-enailn? Ms petition.
i Mr Battle, in eemnsentIng to nlK>t upon
the ru'ine at ihe eoart. declared that ?*??
I trc had a-omplshed ihr obicrte lor arbirh
,t'? * rl| s'ueii out"
?-lud?? Ml has distinctly nilesj ' h? wild,
j ?t'let ?;?rrre: CjsjSBS shall be entitled hS
? saeh rest] with hia casinset. and tea*
? . g rasBBB authorities r.iust peacaed
p-ornpi ? and In a less! manner by a spe
i ?fal It .^a '?f Inquiry to determine s>h?tber
. ?xiata fo? eae udlne i -
I this coaatry."
KELIAM IN COURT
Counsel for Land Severe TowarJ
Former Clerk of Princess
j l>p-< ial to Th- TiPheS-DiSpate.h 1
Norfolk. Vs. Unaary IB.? 'Will lh?
court permit this man. who has been
I us stale* ed of bribery and who *. -
knowW daea fra id t? b? com. an oflle.al
of ihla conntyT'
This ib a smale sentence f-niti a
' spsjrch ,ii I'rln?-eaa Sine l'o'irthotis?
. i>' s aft''i.oon b, i: k. rlieka. an at
lomer e^-ori.Mlna \ K Kellam. fo-m
e clerk of ihe <""!rcnit Cotirt. who was
defeat'* in Hamsabtr. isit. by Or.
Kmerson I??nd of Vbriti!? ?, a. h The
jeont-s' K? " ? -i ? i? been a. as.ng ?
this afternoon arllb ar(an?ent by at
t"rne>a Jodr? West, of Jtuss*i re
I Bervest Ms d- en. on It as 111 be r-nd '
ed ?t fi.?- ?: ?? ?-o.n of con-: a fo
nis;*?' fr??m n?w
air M ek? sl--^ n fron? of Kellam
and prsir.tbjsj Ma flnr?i In the on? time
i'"fl'? fare, demanded
"la Ihla a fit man for !Va pia' I
, Why baa he sat mute though all thia
Mil. when Witness after ?Mnesa has
com? on the start* and declared he was
approacned by those who had Kellam
money to offer?
?Even th<- bartender against whom
the (barge was made that he paid out
K'.Ilam money, came here and indig?
nantly denied the. charge. This man
( abate*] ?Vornan *rre?ted for stealing yb.mcy
1'r.im Registered Mail.
La > Washington, colored. wj? irveuid
lac nisht by Bicycle Officer Bot.o on ;he
?arge <S Bteahng $140 from Jac* Wai?h
[iriR'on She 1? alleged to have -gred 'or
a registered letter rro.-ii J W Washington,
mailed at Odon. Vi., opened it .nil taken
the cath which was Inclosed La.' ?: BBS is
alleged to have gives the tBtttr e*t \V:i>'!
fftgton. hut (ailed to give him tag n.onrv.
, and infused to do so when it mi demanded.
I The oase wt'.l moat likely b- called. 10
1 the attention <>f the post-office aj-iioriiii?
When lie attempted to hft R!r :ard
.agion. an aged negro merchant, of Hot St.
lohn Street, with a meat tieaver laat nitth:.
James Stephens, also colored, had the- tablea
turned upon him. The old man look lbs
clever away and gave htm a sect-re beatir,--.
I He wan so hadly orulsed thai it was r?c?t
??ry to summon I>r. O. C. Page, Pity Hos
pl;al aniaVii.anca xuTsecn. to treat him. He
?a? r?mtAfii to h.s homr. *IZ North -c?Oed
U?t<h and Cash Stolen.
H T. Bowen. of 2322 Jefferson Avenue.
yesterday reported to the police that his
hi n*e n-a? entered and one"<*ratc^ aad f2 1?
Married in Waaklugton.
Mr. and Mrs. John B. Jeffrees an?
nounce the marrage of their niece.
Margaret Lynn Lewis Jones, to Harris
H iilingham. son of Dr. and Mrs. R. J.
Willing ham. The ceremony took place
tfl Washington yesterday.
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