IS real love one of the essential ingre
dients of a successful marriage?
That is the question "The Wife"
asks today, and Times readers are in
vited to answer her old, old question.
VOL. X. NO. 24.
DUEL CHALLENGES FIGURE IN THE
ELECTION OF FRENCH PRESIDENT
BOY HEIR TO BLOOD
FUED- HIS SISTER
AIMS TO SAVE HIM
"BI,OOI>Y IIKBATHITT" WAITS WITH STOMIt CURIOSITY TO
■KB WHKTHKII LITTLE H.AItUIK CAM,AHAN W 1 Ii ii
AVKNGB HIS FATHKIfS DEATH, AND CABBY ON THK
WmC'IIHM'I'HiH. Ky., Jan. 17.—The future of feudism In
i;iiiiilm(l-< ... is in the hands or an 11-year-old hoy. lie is little
Harris Calluhan, heir to Hie feud of Hie Callahan clan against ITie
Deatons. It rests with him whether the vendetta that has cost
so much of the best blood of X entucky mountaineers shall cease,
or go on taking its horrible to II of lives.
The fendists regard him as tlie natural avenger of his father,
who died with his boots on lasc May, nt rockettsville, when an
enemy's bullet snipped through. his store window and lodged in
his heart. Fifteen men are on trial lor that shooting here in the
Winchester courthouse, and the town is thronged with feudal
May Kn«l the Feud.
Outsiders think that the trial
will end the feud, if the men who
did the killing are convicted. But
the clansmen know better. A
Jury could as easily change the
ordained courses of the stars or
regulate the tides as quiet the
elemental passions of the ven
detta, that run on from genera
tion to generation, with their
heritage of hate from long for
And little Hargis? lie ac
cepts tils heritage, jus; as lie
accepts his resemblance to
his father, and as he accepts
his religion and the politics
of the "illinium clan.
• : "I expect to (jet even for
all this some slay," lie says,
with a snap of his jaw and
a cold, straight look rrom
his oldish, steel-gray eyes.
And Hargis can already shoot
Tracked Down Slayers
In the courtroom, behind the
lawyers for the prosecution, sits
Mrs. Lillian Callahan Gross, a
daughter of Ed Callahan. She is
a graduate of a woman's college.
It was she who, to track down
her father's slayers, rode through
the mountains day and night for
two weeks after Ed Callahan was
And she is fiKhtiii£ to
break the spell of Destiny
that has iilicndy plured its
• hum upon the child, her
"I am In this fight for the
women of iSn-.uiiiii- «-0.,"
•the said. "The men li^hi,
but the women suffer. It's
about time the feud MM to
■'I want to make Breathitt-co.
bo safe that no wife or mother in
the county will have to worry
when her husband or son goes
out of doors.
Wants to Snve Ilrnther.
"I am doing this to save my
little brother. He already has
that hate in his heart. He un
derstands. Our children get these
hates early. They pass on from
father to son.
"I intend to take my brother
away rrom Breathitt-co. I am
planning to send him to the Ma
sonic home at Louisville. I AM
GOING TO TRY TO EDUCATE
THE FEUD OUT OF HIM.
John Stone, an old man rrom
the mountains, wagged his head.
"It can't be done," he said.
"It's in the blood. here Is no
end in sight for the feud. If
these men now on trial are con
victed the feud will be checked
for a while and then their friends
will take it up."
(By United Tress Leased Wire.)
SEATTLE, Wash., Jan. 17.—
The little steamer Dora is being
docked for repairs here today fol
lowing her arrival from Seward,
Alaska, where she went on the
beach in a December gale. She
was 17 days on the way.
(By United ITens Leased Wire.)
SEATTLE, Wash., Jan. 17.—
Wireless equipment for the light
ships at Umattlla reef, Columbia
river bar, andv'pwlftsure bank. Is
recommended today by Inspector
Henry L. Beck.
(fly United Press Leased Wire.)
WASHINGTON, Jan. 17.—Con
gressman Borland introduced in
the house today a bill proposing
a national coast to coast highway
at a cost of $20,000,000. The
road shall start at Washington and
go west via Colorado, Santa Fe
and Phoenix to Los Ajigeles, El
Oentro and San Diego.
The Tacoma Times
THE ONLY INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER IN TACOMA
KVIXY X THAW.
NEW YORK, Jan .17. —
Through an attorney, Mrs.
Evelyn Thaw, wife of Harry
K. Thaw, slayer of Stanford
White, admitted today that
she is penniless and unable
to stand the expense of a
second trial of the suit or
Gorham &. Co., jewelers, to
recover $2,000 worth of
jewels. ?.. 's alleged Mrs.
Thaw purchased the gems
while her husband was
awaiting his second trial,
and that no settlement has
CONSTANTINOPLE, Jan. 17.—
The joint not framed by the Euro
pean ambassadors relating to the
Balkan situation was delivered to
the porte here today. It was defi
nitely learned that while the note
is not drastic, it advises Turkey
to accept the terms of peace pro
posed by the allies, including the
cession of Adrianople and the
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tonight and Satur
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Rain or snow west
portion tonight and
Saturday; rain or
snow east portion to
night or Saturday.
HERE'S A LETTER TO THE EDITOR OF THE TIMES-WILL YOU READERS ANSWER IT?
Tacoma, January 16.
Editor, The Times:
Your valuable newspaper seems to hold a
firmer grip on the plain human things that plain
human people like to know about.
So—l am going to tell you about me and my
ease, and I ask you to tell me just the best thing to
lam a young married woman, 24 years old. I
have been married three years. My husband is very
much like other young men of our "middle"
class. He earns $25 a week and we do not save any
thing. He is 27.
He does not drink or gamble, but somehow his
expenses are greater than mine; his clothes cost
more, and he needs them oftener, it seems.
TACOMa, WASHINGTON, FRIDAY, JANUARY IT, 1!H:S
WOMEN CERTAINLY HAVE QUEER IDEA OF GOOD TIME
ACCIDENT AT T. H. & P. I'OW-
Kit PLANT TIES UP CABLE
LINKS—TWO MEN BUFFER
ING FItOM INJURIES IN THK
HOSPITAL — WHEEL LEAPS
George. Hecoconi, head
crushed, probably fatully.
(•eorge (iunderson, leg
smashed, may recover.
Leaping from its fastenings
about 2 o'clock this morning, the
rim of the giant fly wheel which
operates ttie city's cable cars
crashed through the shops of tne
Taconia Railway & Power com
pany, 14th and A streets, fcmasti
ing machinery and injuring two
workfen, one probably fatally.
George Recoconi was the first
man struck by tne big wheel In
its ni»d course through the shops.
A flying holt struck his he-id and
he fell beneath the big roller. His
head and face were crushed. He
is at St. Joseph's hospital, where
attendants expect his death mom
George Gmiderson, a machin
ist's helper, tripped In trying to
make his MCipa and his light leg
was rolled flat in the path of the
wheel. Amputation will proo
ably be necessary. He was re
moved to the Taconia General
('iii-ii- Can \<>t iiiiniiiiiuL.
All cable cars are out ot com
mission this morning, but It is
expected by the company's offi
cials that the damage may be re
paired by noon and the cars
No one could explain the cause
of the accident, other than it Is
believed through some slight de
fect in the fly wheel the centri
fugal force broke the fastenings.
Neither of the injured men are
known here, having come to Ta
coraa but recently.
RENO, Nev., Jan. 17.—A
general smallpox epidemic,
resulting to date in one
fatality, is keeping the health
authorities busy here today.
It is stated that the absence
of strict quarantine has per
mitted several persons af
flicted to attend theaters and
other public places. The
pest house is overcrowded.
EVANSVILLB, Ind., Jan. 17.
—Weather Forecaster Brandt to
day declared no relief from the
floods that may be expected be
VALET BRANDT WINS PARDON
FROM 30-YEAR SENTENCE
Mrs. Mortimer L. Scliiff, he r husband (at bottom and Fouike
E. Itrandt, his former valet, (top picture.)
ALBANY, N. V., Jan. 17.—,
Governor Sulzer announced this
afternoon that he had pardoned
Foulke Brandt, former valet of
Mortimer L. Schiff, who was sen-"
tenced to serve 30 years in Dan
Brandt was convicted on a
technical burglary charge fire
years ago. He was alleged to
have stolen a few trifling arti
cles of jewelry from the Sehlff
home. At his trial he put In no
defense and the 30-year sentence
The severity of the sentence
and the fact that Brandt niade
no effort to clear himself of
Schiff's charges created wide
One yeir ago Brandt attempted
to effect his release .through
habeas porpui proceedings/ al
leging that the severity of his
.sentence was not in keeping with
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♦ WHAT THE LEGISLATURE DID YKSTERDAY. <S>
<S> •••;•: .: .— — • <$>
«■ SENATE. #
<S> Passed bill providing for -senators' pay. <?.
♦ Bills Introduced to enlarge port commission, provide <?>
<?<• game code, voting machine, antl-treatlng law, prize fights <$>
♦ and forbidding fake advertising. <$>
* HOUSE, <?>
■?> Five measures Introduced fellow recommendations in •
<$> Lister's message, including Mothers' Pension bill. <*>
♦ Appropriation of $100, to exploit state, asked. <?>
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His tastes are not my-tastes; I dislike his friends
and he is annoyed by mine.
I love music—he cares nothing for it. He likes
to read, I do not care much for books — especially
In short—we are not suited to each other. I
have no queer ideas of soul-mates and temperament,
I believe—but we just d()n't get on well together.
My husband seems to be satisfied as things are;
he isn't very affectionate, and I am inclined to be so.
So, after three years, I find that I have no real
love for my husband, I am just grown used to him;
that is all.
Is this the way all marriages turn out 1 Is there
no true love in marriage i
And here is what I want tc know: Will I be
his alleged offense.
Every effort was made to have
tbe real motives for Brandt's i
prosecution made public at that t
time, but the effort failed. Brandt
was then remanded back to Dan
neinora to complete his long sen
TO DIG ARTISIAN
Because the city of Puyal'.up
charges exorbitant rates for
water, tlie Puyallup-Sumner Fruit
Growers association wfl] dig an
artesian well to get water for Its
canning factory. New machinery
will also be put In to label the
cans. The factory expects to put
out 4,000,000 cans of goods this
AMI BROWNE INTltonrt'E
MEASURE liKWlltK IIOISK
— ADVOCATES CONFIDENT
THAT IT nil,l, PASS.
OLYMPIA, Wash., Jan. 17.—
Advocates of the mother's pen
sion are today rejoicing through
out the state following the intro
duction of two separate bills in
the legislature providing for the
care of mothers.
To Representative Corkery of
Spokane and Browne of Kittlias
belong the honors for launching
the campaign for the pension.
Corkery's bill provides for a pen
sion of $ 1 r» a month to mothers
for each child where there is no
breadwinner in the household,
and gives the superior judge dis
cretionary power in awarding the
Representative Browne ] ro
posos $1(1 for the first child and
$,"> for each additional child, tlie
juvenile court to have jurisdic
tion in ordering the penilon.
While both these bins are dif
ferent, each is intended for the
same purpose, namely lo provide
for poor mothers of this state.
The mothers' pension flghl
started by the Seripps papers tn
this state, seem to be taking a
deep hold nnd everybody Is try
ing to get on the bandwagon.
There does not seem to be any
real organized opposition to the
measure and an early passage of
the proposition Is looked upon
with favor among the legislators.
Banked Coin in
M. .1. Sweeney formed the habit
early in life of stuffing liis money
into the toes of hiH shoes when lie
retired for the night, nnd this
may be the reason why A. I. Kel
ley, accused of burglarising the
Fawcett hotel, did not find all of
Kelley Is on trial today before
Judge Clifford. He smiled grimly
as Sweeney related the story of
the alleged burglary of his room.
"1 woks Up in the middle of
the night," said Sweeney on tlio
stnnd. "Somebody dressed in hla
underclothes was going through
the pockets of my pants hanging
on the wall. It turned out to be
Kelley, but most of my money was
In my shoes that night."
Pierre county school teachers
in the future will be paid each
week instead of twice a month as
has been the rue in the past.
County Auditor Wadsworth to
day i:- I instructions to Super
intendent of Schools Cox to order
all school boards to pay teachers
under their supervision In ac
cordance with the new schedule.
doing the best thing to tell my husband that I do
not love him; that lam miserably unhappy—and
that I want to live my own life—without him!
Or is it better that things go on; he tacitly satis
fied; and I wretched, unhappy —with every illusion,
every fine ideal that I ever o&erished —shattered I
What do you think? — nivm
This letter, brief as it is, clearly reflects the
profound question that confronts married men and
women of present-day society. We cannot under
take to advise "The Wife," but invite readers of the
Times to answer her. Letters that are addressed to
"The Wife" will be printed on page four aa they
are received. Address your solution of the problem
to "The Wife," care of the Times.
SOMETIMES Everett True Is &
little bit piffish and touchy-—
although he has certainly helped
put the kibosh on many a village pest.
Have a look at him today <w page four.
OFFERS TO DUEL WITH OI».
PONKNT BKKORE Ills KfiKC
TIOX TO THK I'RKSIDKNCY
OF THE FRENCH RKI'UUMU
—PAUIS (i:i.i:mt.\ n\<; TO
(Ily DaltCi Press leased Wlro.)
PARIS. Jan. 17. —Premier Ray.
mond Poincare was elected presi
dent of the French republic at
Versailles thin afternoon in one
of the most stubbornly contested
election! in the history of the re
public. His election came on the
second ballot and was the result
of the socialists fusing with the
republican members of the nation-
ROBBER CONVICTED OF CRIME,
KEPT FAMILY IN BEST HOTEL
KANSAS CITY, Jan. IT.— Wells Ixmiishcrry of Mcdford,
Ore., was convicted in the United States court here today on two
< omits— of rubbing the mails and the other or jeopardizing
the lives of passengers. Insanity was I.oiiiislh>i ij's defense, the
prisoner insisting that he did not remember roniiii); east, mill
that he knew nothing of the robbery until charged with the
It developed nt Hie trial that Ijounnberry is not in need of
money, us lie cnKaiied quarters for his family at the best hotel
here mill m represented l>y lii);'' priced (MmL
Mrs. Loimslierry remained at
her husband's side throughout
the trial. The children were kept
at the hotel, and are ignorant or
their father's fate.
Lou us berry will not be sen
MBDPORD, Ore, .lan. 17. —
Lounsberry came here several
years ago, purchased a tract of
land and set it oat to fruit trees.
He had established a Rood credit
at the banks and always met his
obligations, lived quietly and was
well thought of.
lie had been a railroad mail
clerk before becoming an orchard
lit. At the time of his capture ho
was supposed to be fast on land
business and bis arrest was a groat
-shock to his friends.
TO MAKE AN
The city council is Retting
ready to enact an ordinance ana
order Controller Meads to con
form himself to the system or
accounting provided I)}' the state
bureau of accounting for locnl rm
provement districts. Meads kicks
because he wants to keep all his
men and the new system will cut
two men out of his office. It
will save the city over $ 1,1)00 a
year and will give a complete
check on the accounts.
The ordinance was prepared
and referred to Judge Stiles this
morning for his opinion on K8
1 BHOCLD WOHHV: ■»
<•> WASHINGTON', D. C. «■
<S> Jau. 17.-—lf President Taft ♦
♦ were to comply with all the ♦
♦ requests for kisses made by ■•
♦ doting parents he would <$>
♦ have little time for public ♦
<$> Since the publication of it
*> the story of how Mr. Taft #
<*> Kissed Phyllis Wlstrand, a ♦
<«> little Larainle, Wyo., girl, <§>
<*> there have been 2 2 fathers, •
'$> mothers, grandmothers, 4>
<§> aunts and uncles who have 3>
•> brought expectant boys and *
<♦> girls to the White House ■•
•> for similar galute. <8>
30 CENTS A MONTH.
al assembly, throwing their sup
port to Polncare instead of Jules
I'aniß, minister of agriculture, th» I
premier's nearest competitor.
Poitnare was chosen on the
second ballot, amid scenes of the
wildest confusion, after he had !
challenged to a duel M. Georges I
Clemenceau, a former premier,
and after a second duel challenge
had been sent by Deputy Monsie,
a Poineare supporter to noncour,
an adherent of M. Jules Pains, nee
retary of agriculture. Paras
proved to Ik* Poincare's most seri
ous rival, but he was more than
JOO votes behind the premier on
the first ballot.
CO - EDS
BARNARD OOLUJOR 00-KM
OPPKR TO All» 7.-,.(mm»
STItIKKKS among oallmknt
WOBKKRB — all mhii'i:i;s
op wealthy kami i.iks.
(Hy lulled I^osh Longed Wire.)'
NEW YOKK, Jan. 17. — Twelve
pretty Barnard college girls, led
by Miss rreda Kirchway, daugh
ter of Dean Kirchway of Colum
bia university, today volunteered
their services to guard 75,090
Kills, among the 200,000 garment
worker! on strike here, against
white .slave •'cadets." Their oN •
fere were accepted and the young
women, all members of wealthy
families, were assigned to duty
at the principal shops where they
also will do picket duty.
Angered by the missionary ef
forts of white slavers, women
strike leaders today urged Mayor
Caynor to swear them in as spe
cial women policemen. He d©«
SIX DIE '
KI>MONTON, Alberta, Jim.
17.—Six persons periHhetl
in a tire ■■■ the businc'MK dis
trict here ««.«!»•>. The Hro
no far Ik estimated at more
0, HAPPY TAFT
(lijr 1 iiiu.l PIW l-<:>-.-,l Wire.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 17.
—President Taft will leave here
today for a four days' visit to
Philadelhpla, New York and New
Haven. He will attend five ban
quets in two nights.
Plenty of time to wear
them before the roses
T. I. FIiKKTWOOD, Mgr.
913-916 PaciMc ay.
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