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ASSOCIATED PRESS SERVICE BY PRIVATE WIRE ESTABLISHED 1861 CLARKSBURG, W. TUESDAY, DECEMBER" $ 1913, CLEVELAND POLICE HUNTING BACK SEAT FOR AGED POISON NEEDLE GANGSTERS IS AN IDEA OF McfU Who Are Alleged to Have At,? tacked Baker, An Immi gration Inspector. DRUG IS GIVEN TO HIM And When He is Taken Sudden ly III They Get in Their Fine Work. (?V ASSOCIATES PKM CliEJVlEJLANID, O., Dec. 9?(Police and government officers today are searching for two men, believed to , lie members of the 'New Yoi"n poison needle gang, who are alleged to have attacked George tBakcf, of New York, said to ibe a United States immigra tion inspector, and robbed him of valuable government papers while lie "was under thp influence of tha drug. livery effort was being made to keep the matter quiet and Baker could not be located, but oflliiais would .not deny ' that 'Baker had been attacked and rclbbed. The victim, who is said to have been conducting a white slave proiie .here, was walking down Lakeside i^Wenue yesterday alternoon. when he waB suddenly taken ill. Two men, who had evidently been fol lowing hlrr, ruslted forward and car ried him Intb a hospital nearby. 'While physicians were reviving Baker ills ".friends" picked up his bag and lied. The government pa pers, supposed to be reports on white slave conditions in this city, were in the bag. That fflaker himself was i victim of the needle is thought pos sl b'.e. -Doetors at the hospital said they believed Baker was a victim of heart trouble, But admitted that a drug injected into his veins might have caused his illness. '. SCAPEGOAT Is Made of An Illinois Congress man by the House Lobby Interests. (?V ASSOCtATSO MUD WASHINGTON, D. C? Dec. 9? Results of the IHouse lobby Investi gation, headed liy Representative Garrett, of Tennessee, were made public today in two reports, a mi nority report signed by both Demo crats and Republicans and supple mentary report Bled by Representa tive McDonald, of Michigan. The ?* majority made 110 recommendations but declared that Representative McDerinott, of Illinois, had been guilty of acta of grave impropriety unbecoming the dignity of his posi tion though '"we cannot Fay that he has been corrupted in his votes." sciiimiER And Sister Are on Way from Germany to Try to Save Him from the Death Chair. (BV ASSOCIATED PHKSSl NEW YORK, Dec. 9?The aged father and sister of 'Hans Schmidt, confessed slayer of Anna iAumuller. nre on their way from Germany to New York to save him from the elec tric chair If possible. They will of fer testimony that he has been In sane for years. Announcement to this effect was made by Schmidt's attorney at the opening tcdjiy at the second day of Schmidt's 'trial for murder. The lawyer said the two were expected here Thursday. Eight jurors had been selected when rourt convend today. BILL CLERK Fred Carr, Son of Robert S. _.Carr, of Charleston, is No win Washington. (SPECIAL TO TMI TILIOBAM > WASHINGTON, Dec. 9.?Fred N. Carr. son of Col. Robert S. Carr, of Charleston, who lias been, since the beginning of the extra session, in the office of the secretary <%f the Semite, as index clerk, has received- a pro motion and Is now the bill clerk. This is <one of the responsible positions un der the secretary of the Senate and Mr. Carr's promotion was uiade on the ground of merit. OFFICERS Are Klec'ed by i'iniiirkiiinick Com pany of the l'vth iui Ordir Here. Pinnickinniek Company. No. 5, of the l'ythian order elccted officers as follows Monday night: Hay C. Seese captain. \V. E. Stuck first lieutenant. A. J. Simmons second lieutenant. Hush Stout recorder and W .A Ulair treasurer. XAKKOWI.Y ESCAPE. <ar AfCOCIATKD *?*?? PITTSBURG, Dec. 9.?Five servants narrowly escaped death and a property loss of 5!2.1,000 resulted from the de struction here today by tire of the resi dence of Samuel Brown. The Brown residence was one of the show places of the Monongaliela valley. HALF HOUR KARUKIt. The Elks' lodge will n*eet this evening at 7:30 o'clock, a half hour earlier than the usual hour. ONE MINER KILLED AND THREE INJURED One of Whom Hovers between Life and Death as Result of Fall of Top Coal. i the result of a heavy fail ot top coal in the Corona Coal Com leW minc at 9-? ??lw?Urt?ay morning, Andrew .R^^i ia? Jtal!an mlner. Is dead; m n? irL < track toreman of the _mine lies in a local hospital hoverin" jetween life and death from injuries he received; William Cox. a ma-: ,chine man lies at his home at North-1 'andVa???8 fr?m palnfuI injuries, and J it,. iCllngan, superintendent ot thX"e' received slight injuries. I I About a oclock this morning 3u-; :nP,11nte:lencLC"n?an went lnt0 tJie .mine -with Smith and Cox, to outline. I some wot k which he wanted them to | d?- They had been in the mine' f?ro!i an hour when they en tered a room In which Gambato was an- as'Mr- Ciingan was tell ing the men what improvements he wanted made In that section of the ;2,?k\. Inen were terrified at a rumbling sound overhead, and ibe fore any of them had time to get out of the room half of the roof or, the room caved In, pinning Gama nn/lrm UDdCr tne Ial1 I an.i lUingan were struck iby falling' fhe"fall r'?|SCaPed ,he main part ?r' 'in??lo. ' n?a.n- who was tlip least: injured, summoned help and the de-! taken olT Gambato and fil.it 9a,nl >at0 'waE dead and Smit'j" t fatally injured. ?"1"1 ?nd Cox were hurried to the opening 0r the mine -where medical' akl was rendered. 'Smith wa3 then rushed to a local hospital and Cox. was removed to his home. The fail struck Gambato full crushing his skull and badly mashing him. causing Instant death. ' ?*?, was-caught under the ? t,7 ,(?aml,at0' wni Probably die us hla left arm was hroken in two' kn,? nnHndK U'8, ,ett ^ "6'0W ?!? ' knee and he also received an ugly fash across the forehead and was I'adly crushed. m.,?0* was not ca"Sht under the ?' brntLrt ?i thf ral1, bUt was badly ?' wh'ile hls Injuries are not of a serious nature they are I very painful. * " Clingan s Injuries arc slight, as he escaped from the, fall by jumpln*. Several particles of the rail, how ever, struck him and he has several painful cuts on the-head and face ' ?? S' ,M- liIas?n called, but henHnina.Jng a1 'nvest'satlqn and hearing^ the evidence of the men 10 escaped, he decided that an in quest was unnecessary. PENSION GRANTED. WASH 1NOTOX? Dm"T-Conirrcss miHi Mnss has been notified <>f the granting of a pension to Ziichariah T. Malone, of Parkersburg. ? WARSHIPS NOW T( At Full Speed as the Rebels Are j Reported Verv Near That City Wow. <BV AM?CIATCD ?t . CRUZ, Dec. 9?The United fetates scout cruiser, Chester, and the guuboat, .Wheeling, left Vera t-rtiz ih.s morning under rush ofder3 to proceed to Taimplco. Rear Admiral Fletther reported o?t''?y? by.,7lr,e!ess from the United States battleship, Rhode Island, now otr Tamplco, that an American had arrived at that port bringing news or the capture by rebels of the town of Altamira, twenty miles rrom Tam PICO/^ It is not believed the revolution aries intended to attack Tamplco. VOTESfOylOfiEN Advocated fay the Wife of the Assistant Secretary of La bor of United States. fBV AMOCIATtD PREG8) WA8HIXGT0X. Dec. 9.-"Votes for children are being advocated by Mrs Alice Post, wife of the assistant sec retary Of labor. She addressed a meeting of the Woman's Single Tax League on the subject last night. "The individual soul is the ultimate social unit she said. "Male or female, old or young, rich or poor, wise or foolish, the Individual Is the citizen. The rule should be one citizen, one vote," killed by fumes. f?v A?*oc?AT?o rwr??o I -VIOXTOV.'X. Pa., Dec. ??William winn and Charles Costello. glass workers, were asphyxiated in their boarding house here today by Tunies rrom a gas stove which a defective chimney had failed to carry oft. (JETS I PENSION. At Petroleum on the Parkers burq Branch Delays All Trains Several Hours. PARKERSBURG, Dec. 9.?Yesterday afternoon train No. 46 was derailed at Petroleum, several miles east of this city, which practically tied up all traffic on the line between here and Clarksburg until about 11 o'clock last night. Eastbound passenger train No 12 was dotourcd by way of New Mar tinsville and Clarksburg, eastbound passenger train No. 4 was held at the ccene of the wreck last night for sev eral hour3, and westbound passenger train No. 55 was likewise delayed un til about 11 o'clock p. m. Local passenger train No>. 72, duo to leave here at 3:40 In the afternoon, was held In the local yards until train No. 4 left when it followed it. West bound/accommodation No. 15 was held east of the wreck also for several hours. Wrocklng trains were sent from this oity and Grafton but it was sometime before work was actually begun. The cars were in such position as to neces oltate several hours In righting them and getting the freight to a siding' so the passenger trains could get by. No particular cause for the derail-i ment was given, but it was believed among somo railroad men that the wintry weather had something to do k,th it the rails being slick and Icy. iTSEiCE Is Added to by An Order to Carry Mail on Additional Trains in State. TO ?" TtLIOHAMl AVAMTKNGTOX, Dec. 9.?AddltionaU mall service; on trains No. 3 and 4 of the Coal and Coke railroad has been^ established between Clay and Charles ton. The Huntington and Ethel and the Cntneco and Logan railway mall i routes have been consolidated and de-I stenated as the 'Huntington & Ohaneco1 ; T,hut part between Logan and I Ethel will be discontinued. WANTS T? SUE. ,,Y *?SOCIATIO PRIM) nt J." LOI. IS. Dec. 9?'William 'Nlles, nf =. i , \ owner of 600 shares of stock in the St. iLonls and San .'.a"cl,8c? railroad, today asked the fedefal district court for permission to bring restitution suits against present and former owners of the J' rlsco. GOING 0 TA MP ICO ISlSJUICIIlE In a Hospital as She Fears She Will Not Recover from Long Illness. (BT AOIOorATIO PR(u) PITTSBUIIG, Dec. I).?Discouraged because of a protracted Illness, from which she feared she^vould not re cover. Miss .Mary Klingesnilth, of Van dergrlft. Pa., committed suicide in a hospital hero today. Taking advant age of the temporary absence of the nurse she twisted the cord attached to the electric bell around the neck strangling to death. Pifflpoi And Killed When He Tries to Question Joy Riders in a Stolen Car. DETROIT. iMich., iDec. 9?Patrol man Thomas P. Madden was shot and killed here today wnen he at temptbd to question two so-called Joy riders in n Btolen automobile. The assailants escaped and the auto nictollo was found abandoned a few blocks d stant from the scene of the shooting. Madden Is the fifth De troit policeman who has been slain Willie on duty within a year. ROBIN'SOX ELECTED. At a meeting of the board of direct ors of the board of trade Monday night "? Robinson was elected to a va cancy on the board. The directors and Hudderar, the new secretary, took up matters pertaining to re systematizing the secretary's office. I XEELY TO SPEAK. WASHINGTON. D. C? Dec. 9 ? tnngrr-^man Neely ha? accepted ;,n Invitation to Address the Methodist ?rothi rhood at Clarksburg on Sunday. December I I. He expects to he gone rrom Washington but one day. HOT. In Its December Term is Quite Busy Now with Business of the County. The county court ?as granted a certificate to D. John Mlnnix upon which to obtain a notary public cer tificate. Louis A. Johnson has' qualified he fore the court as a notary public. . The court has ratified an agree ment by which the Bell telephone system is to transfer a telephone from the jail to the county superin tendent of schools' office, put one m tho office of the circuit clerk and an other in the office of the county clerk. ?Dr. iH. V. Varner has been ap pointed county health officer by the court. The court has summoned the Con solidation Coal Company to appear December 18 in a road case on Little Indian run in Eagle .district. George W. Bland and Carl Caywood have been granted certificates upon which to obtain notary publio com missions. Minnie G. Pepper has qualified be fore the court as administratrix of the estate of William Pepper with bond af $4,000 and John T. Young surety. The appraisers of the estate are E. B. Rob inson, T. B. Pepper, S. Broadwater, L. E. Williams and W. L Steele The court and C C. Flttro will view sites for .bridges at Gusman ford and across Brown's creek near the home of H. Stout. The court and Mr. Fittro will also view a proposed road in Lost Creek. John Dix was summoned to appear in court December 18 to Bhow cause why a certain road should not be es tablished. GILUMED In the Criminal Court on a Charge of Stealing Horse Some Time Ago. Richard Gill was placed on trial in the criminal court Tuesday morning, charged with stealing a horse. The prosecution was based on the aver ment that Gill while exhibiting Claude Wycoff>s horse in Traders alley some time ago forgot the ownership of the horse and sold it?,.. Tlio trial of Joe Doe alias ''Chrlst mas" for felonious ? assault on Joei Bonnell with a knife was set to begin1 next after the completion of the Giii 1 trial. WpEE Judge Blair Directs Trial Jury to Dismiss Case against Accused Doctor. CSV ASSOCIATED SHELBYVILLE, Dec. 9.?Judge Blair today instructed the Jury to dis miss the case against Dr. William Craig, charged with the murder of Dr. llelcne Knabe at Indianapolis, October j 23; 1911'. The motion to dismiss the] case was made by Attorney Spaun for the defendant yesterday when the state concluded its evidence. REPORT OF TRANSFER Of Seat of Government by Huerta to Town of Igular is Not Believed. ASSOCIATED PASSU) MEXICO CITY. Dec. 9.?The report emanating from London that Provis ional President Huerta was about to transfer the seat of government from the federal capital to Igular is con-' sldered very unlikely here because Igular !s a small town In the moun ta'ns of the state of Guerrero. There are no lines of communication open, with it and the region is infested with! rebels. It is pointed out that Igular! is the least likely place to which the seat of government would be changed. I SBf ! Of Twenty Thousand shares of Stock for the Community Christmas Fund. imr ASSOCIATED PMESS) CLEVELAND, Dec. 9.?Twenty thousand shares of stock In "Cleve land, the city of good will unlimited'' were to be put on sale here today. The proceeds will be used to defray the ex penses of Cleveland's first community Christmas. There will be a main ex change and thirty branch exchange? with ticker connections. Two hundred young men and women will have charge of the selling. Cleveland's community Christmas will Include celebrations In parks, schools and churches, a giant Christmas tree in the.< publio square and basket dona tions of d'nners to the poor. MONTHLY REPORT. W. Guy Tetrick made his mothly report of licenses as county clerk to the state auditor today. Sixty-one marriage licenses were I issued in No vember and for the same period $135.31} was received for miscella neous licenses. Program is Observed at Sev i enth Day Baptist Church at Salem. - BRISTOL, Dec. 9.?The following program was rendered at the annual home coming of the Seventh Day Bap tist church at Salem Sunday: Morning. 10.00?Hymn. Prayer?.Preaident Charle> B Clarke Ped. D. 10:15?The Sabbath 'School, (a) Annual report, (b) Music. 10:30?The Junior Christian ' En deavor Society. (a) Annual report, (b) Music, l C: 45?Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor (a) Annual report, (b)- Music. 11.00?The Ladies Aid Society, (a) Annual report, (b) Music. 11:15?The Brotherhood. (a) Annual report (b) Music. 11:30?Mesages from non-resident members., 11:43?Report of the pastor. 12:00?Adjournment for dinner and social hour. Afternoon. 2:15?Hymn. Reportof t'le nominating committee. Anthem. 2:33?Address?The Rev. M G. Stlil man. 2:55?Music. 3:00?Address?The Rev. Wilbert 3.20?Round table. Topic: "Our Church Leader." 4:00?Benediction. . mm i For Mrs. Wakefield is Asked by Numerous Persons Who Write the Governor. C?V AStOCtATKD FMSB> 1 HARTFORD, Conn., Dec. 9.?Paster than the clerks in the executive officeB in the state capitol can open them! icome petitions to Governor Baldwin; ?asking for clemency for Mrs. Bessie; | Wakefield, sentenced to be hanged for 1 the murder of her husband. The cor respondence goes into the waste basket as fast as they are opened but the overflowing waste baskets s?nt to the boiler room barely keep pace with the Incoming. OXIiT THREE DRCXKS. Three drunks constituted the sum' total of this morning's session of po ilce court and the docket was quickly disposed of One of the offenders paid ^ fine and the other two were put to work around the police station. THA W'S CA TO SUPRE Of the United States and He Will Not Get Bail for Some Time. f?V ASSOCIATED PMKSO | CONCORD, X. H., Dec. 9.-Judge Aldrich ruled today that the mental condition of Harry K. Thaw must be determined in the federal courts. The court's announcement was made at the hearing on Thaw.'s petition to be ! admitted to bail. "The constitutional questions in volved in this case,'' added Judge Aid rich, "arc of such importance that Ij shall not pass upon them myself but shall forward them as promptly as possible to the supreme court of the United States" The constitutional questions are concerned with Thaw's extradition, his status in Xew York and Ills status In Xew Hampshire. The attorneys for Thaw who are at tempting to prevent the extradition of their client through habeas, corpus proceedings In the United States court and counsel for Xew York state had agrfced that the charge or conspiracy to escape from Matteawan asylum was a bailable offense when the question of whether the prisoner, if admitted t bail, would be a menace to the com munity was raised by 'William T. Je-l rome, special deputy attorney general for New York. The court stated that the point would have to be determined before bail was permitted. MONEY LOSS ' Through a Bank Failure Causes An. Aned Seamstress to i End Her Life. ORAXGE, Dec. 9.?Miss Matilda Reclln, an elderly seamstress whose savings of a lifetime. S4.000, were swallowed up by the r??cent closing of : the Roseville Trust Company, of Xew mrk, was found dead In bed today with i the gaa turned on and the doors and ? windows stuffed with cloth. The Rcse i vllle Trust Company was closed by I the state bank examlneT with a short age of $400,000. ; A Congressmen Say They Are Telling Department More Than Packers Now. WASHINGTON, D. C., Dec. 9? Representative McKellar. of Tennes see. author of a bill charging the cold storage "egg kings" with re sponsibility for high srices, today assailed the department of agricul ture tor its statement relating prices. ".I regret exceedingly," said "Mr. McKellar, "that the dopartment of agriculture, the day after I made an argument in the Hbus? In an attempt to aid the American peofrle [in main taining their food,supply at a lower price should have published a re port which apparently Is an effort of the department to whitewash the cold storage man and belittle my ef forts. "1 personally asked- the depart ment for information as to how the production of eggs for 19il-3 com pared with the production of preced ing years, and was Informed It did not have such Information. *'1t is certainly an Interesting query as to how the department got the Inside atattfltlcs on the action ot the pullets ot the country tor the lost j two weeks. Evidently the pullets1 have talked more lately than thej packers have done." WATER SHORTAGE ' ! Caused by Bursting of a Main Creates An Appalling Rre Situation. \ CSV ASSOCIATKO HUD CINCINNATI, O.. Do<5 9.?Owing to tho shortage of water in the central part of this city due to the bursting of a water main Saturday, the Are situation was described by Fire Chief Bunker as "absolutely appalling.'' The only available water is In the Eden park reservoir and tyis would not last an hour In case a big Are- broke out, declared Chief Bunder. A flying squadron of ten automobile chemical engines has been mobilized and will be rushed to any Are today. All fire men have been- put on emergency duty. No schools opened today and the scholars will be given a vacation un til the water main is repaired. OFFICE CLOSED. rsPICIAL TO THK TELIVMAM I WASHINGTON. Deo. Congress man Brown succeeded In having an order (?r the discontinuance of the! postofflce at Rodamers, Preston coun ty, on December 31, rescinded. This, place will be on a rural Toute out of Terra Alta, about February 28. and; the office will be continued until that: time. LSE TO GO ME COURT CARRIERS RESIGN ~ By the Wholesale in Iowa on Account of Parcel Post Ser vice Increase. (?r associated vncss) COUNCIL BLUFF'S, la, Dec. 9 ? Many resignations from the rural mall J carrier service In southeastern Iowa; are reported on account of the increasej of the parcel post service. Persons; connected with the service predict; wholesale resignations if the fifty j pound maximum for packages, recom mended by the postmaster general. Is; adopted. The department Is said to be finding it difficult to get men to re-1 lleve those who have resigned. llNlERlE r Recently Discontinued by Rail road Company is Certainly Very Badly Needed. The Clarksburg Board of Trade has received an urgent request from the 'Buckhannon Board of Trade for it to join a movement seeking to have the Baltimore and Ohio iRall road Company to restore trains Nos. 1 and 6. which ware recently dis continued lb6tween Clartsburg and: Weston, but continued between; Weston and Pickens* As the service sought by the movement Is very es sential to Clarksburg the local board will doubtless do all 'in Its power to have the trains fun to and from this city. PETITION PRESENTED. rSPSCtAL TO TMt TILU.AH1 WASHINGTON, Dec. Congress man No?>ly presented a petition In the House from 143 resident* of Clarks burg asking for legislation restricting Immigration and preventing the un loading of the criminal classes of Europe In thlj country.' i If They Fail to Retire When They Reach the Age of Seventy Years. APPOINT OTHER JUDGES Who Will Preside over Old Ones to Insure Presence of Ac tive Judges in Court. ... _ <?? AwoaATttVimi W ASH I \<3TOX, Dcc. 9.?Attorney General McRe.vnolds In hi* first re port as head of the law department of the government submitted to Congress today, makes few recommendations for legislation. The changes he urg es have more to do with the machin ery of courts than with the fabric i of the law. On nn anti-trust legislative program the attorney general was -silent. Ho asked Congress for .no aaneni^mant to the Sherman act. the rod his d.-mirl ment uses to bring trusts to terms, anil he points out, no fault In Its od eratlon. ?President Wilson, however, intends to send jn special message on the trust question to Congress In the near fu ture; and that undoubtedly wlil ?m vilews l*?me 0t[ the <Utorney Attorney General McReynoMs made It clear, however, that so long as he was head of the department he would oppose court decrees~ln untltru^t jriMts "hen? the combihatioh was dissolved Into parts under tlte control of vh"? ?ame stockholders. That plan, adopt ed In Che Standard OH and Tobacco Msee, he colls u "fundamental de fect and later adds In the same con nection "my fixed purpose Is to oppose any plan of dissolution which would ?eave tho separate parts of the unlaw ful combination under the control of in* aturne sot of (men." : The uttomey general offers a nov el solution of the problem of super annuated federal Judges, suoh Judges under the Constitution hold office dur ing good behaviour although they imav retire at the age of seventy after ten years' service. "I suggest" eays the attorney gen ?"? "W' Providing that when any Judge below the supreme court faUs retiri?J' th<! ******* Of retiring now granted by lav. that the president be required, with thaiodvlc* and consent of the Somate, to' appoint who Shall, preside over the affairs of the court and 'have pre cedence over the older one. This will Insure atall times the presence of s Jud3ti sufficiently active to dlsohario promptly and adequately tha. duties of the court. ' v . . -j ?Mr, Me Reynolds suggests t eiArk?s Of United States court* shoSd pointed far specified terms and tlibject to remoraI by the president for cause and asks, that provision be imade for n revl,Ty .by lhe *aDr*me court "o.f the n-ow- final decisions of the Court of Customs Appeal, on applica*K>h only bm i n^YT'' He MH Introduced by Representative Clayton giving the supreme court pow er to promulgate' ruJes for trJahr-on the law Side of federal courts, lie re mind? .Congress also of needs of chang os in his office and an Increase in tha salaries paid. He terms the present salaries "moderate for the character and come from all parts of the coun ,0 n r?vlew of the events with which his depnrtiment ha# been concerned for the fiscal year. The at Mk'offtce"6-1?' eh0WrS that whe" he Tr " c*se? *'ere Pending un der the Sherman iaw, and that since March 4 eight cases have been <t*egt*n! Investigations of complaints that tha law hnj! been violated pour Into tha department by the score each wonS, and come from all part of the country In many instances," the reDott reads "the Investigation has failed io disclose facts which would Justify the institution or formal ?kw$83? but notice of the activity of the govern ment has impelled officers of laree and Industrial corporations to curtail tendcntleB- T?>o bureau of investigation has Cooked into thous ands of cases of ail kinds, those con / V tl&ni of "le Sherman law and the national banking act averae Thm"!"."10" thnn fitty a month. Through the bureau of Informaffons ?rs "thaT ?r l0Ca' Whlte slave offl- ' ' lers, the department, tho attornev general says, has vigorously carried do?JLTk ?r<>?ecuUoai of offen ders and has helped suppress the traf P'5- -(?ut of the I j 75.000 alloted for the detection and prosecution of irlme lljj.ooo has been set aside for that wnrk and the attorney generu that ??n<-I"de's "thc department feels pat Aery material progress has been made, particularly during the JLt year. jn suppressing the most vicious features of this traffic." v,c'ous a Goes to Paris to Spend the Remainder of the Leave Granted to Her. 1 LONDON, Doc. 9.?Mrs. Emmalini Pankhurst. militant suffrage! leader left today for Pari.. whOhlft spend the remainder of the seven days A6aI!( KILanted her by the authorities, A detachment of police was present ft the railway station but dU terfere with her departure. The po ice had been Jcformed'on her behalf mat she was sltnply golng-to France to Bee her. daughter. Mrs. Pankhurst ar rived from the sanitarium In an am bulance and was carried to her train in a stretcher.