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Washington Post, The (Newspaper) - January 8, 1907, Washington, District Of Columbia Want ads In The Washington Post reach and bring quick It costs you nothing cloudy morrow lair and Temperature 76; 45. NO. JANUARY 1907. THREE LIVED IN FIHE Fireman Believed Dead for Twenty-four LAY UNDER TONS OT DEBRIS Through Hole In Wreckage Priest Had Given Mew York Had Been Searching for His Faint Cry front of Mountain of Debris Readied Soon Got Close Enough Give Him Able to Walk When New Jan. John who was supposed to have been killed when two other firemen lost their lives In the on Roosevelt street Sunday was last night discovered be but a prisoner hedged in by tons of debris In the ruins of the big This morning at o'clock heroic fifty of his who dug a of bricks and he was Senfert made his presence known night to comrades for nearly hours had sought his He when his companions were and for remained When he regained his senses he heard workmen about him and cried Into the debris a tube was and communication with the fireman was Two or three of the men who had ed the pile of debris heard cry about the same but driver of Deputy Chief was the first to call he of them Is At that time there were about thirty men working on the They had been lugging out the damp paper and the timbers since midnight on having begun their before the was out of the wrecked Had Found One They found the body of one of the lost Thomas wedged under tons of paper on the third floor of the six-story and to them it was Incredible that been carried down in the crash and be alive under the Immense mass twenty hours In a Jiffy Deputy Chief had been superintending the search for the all was up on the pile of which reached well above the ground floor He ordered all of the men to leave the pile and then ed at the top of hla that An indistinct response came to the call from the depths of the pile and another second later the deputy chief repeated the except that he wanted to know whether It was Dan in- stead of J. C. and was his In Company Daniel 3: Worked The deputy chief wasted no more time In trying to carry on a conversation the Imprisoned He ordered the men to but cautioned them against taking out debris from the bottom of the pile or out any timbers that would let the heavy mass of paper down on the There had been a good many ordinary laborers on the job during and their ranks were immediately augmented by volunteers from the who ed to the ruins as soon as the news got The deputy chief finally had to re- fuse the proffered He thought it safer to intrust the work to his The deputy chief estimated that there ten tons of paper alone in the pile under which the man was The firemen and laborers had taken out fully as much as that In the course of the day before they heard the rapping of the Imprisoned The deputy chief figured that there must be at least floors and the roof of the building on top of the two missing as had both on the third floor when it gave way and carried from the roof flown with it. There was fifteen minutes of ous during which none of the men spoke a before another effort was made to get into communication with the Continues that called the deputy chief and this time the answer came back The chief tried once or twice to find out whether the man was but had no he called with his mouth close down to the pile Dan with was the Again the force of which bered then about fifty started their One of the firemen in the time had rushed to a telephone and called up She had been standing In front of the ruined Blinding all the wringing her hands and but had left at Tne wife announced intention of as as Deputy Binns and Deputy Chief who had heard of It. they telephoned her not They knew that she would become and would only hamper the By time the second attempt was made to jret into communication with man an ambulance from St. Gregor's containing and and one from the Hudson Street with Dr. had Many Came to Soon after o'clock the voice of became more audible and the redoubled their It hard work pile after pile of ON NINTH SAYS ROAD OFFERED Northern Pacific by Shortage Jan. H. secretary of the Pacific Coast men's who is actively en- gaged In an effort to force railroads to relieve the car shortage In the to-day asserted that attempts had bean railroad managers to bribe him to desist In his endeavors to force their He also declared that his desk in Seattle had been broken open twice in an effort to procure statistics which he has been gathering for and which are in the possession of no one Mr. Beckman held a conference to-day with members of the Interstate Com- merce to place before them of the which he will de- when the commission goes to Seattle to investigate car shortage and lumber Beckman alleges an attorney of the Northern Pacific offered him practically any position with that road jand after- ward asked him to name his CARNEGIE TO Bryce to Be Among Distinguished ers at Beace New Jan. executive com- which is preparing for the Peace Congress to be held in this city next April met to-day at City The con- which will be known as the tional Arbitration and Peace will be composed of representatives of all religious and civic bodies that may send The executive committee by the election of Prof. Samuel T. of the as and Robert Ely as Andrew it will pre- side over the and the speakers will include James the new British Baron de and Count the famous Hungarian Liberal SAY ROCK RISES LIKE It Was Probably High When Transport Sheridan Was via San Jan. is declared native and Japanese who ply their occupation In tha neighborhood ol Barbers rock or reef on which the transport idan was stranded is what they call a They assert that at times it Is higher Than at other rising and as they explain by the action of which sometimes force it up and sometimes allow it to settle TROOPS QUELLING RIOT Outbreak of Textile Strikers in State of Vera APPLY TOUCH TO FACTORIES Mexican Soldiers Are Using Stern MeasA ares to Oat of Pawn Shops Hotbed ny the Strike Supposed to Have Been Settled by Efforts of President City of Jan. special train carrying two regiments of soldiers day was hurriedly dispatched to Vera Strikers in the textile factory there burned the store to the ground and threatened to destroy the The property is owned by A. a zen of Men It was thought that the textile strike has been amicably settled through the intervention of President Diaz and Vice President but it appears that a number of men are dissatisfied the The town is about forty miles east of the City of and is one of the of the Staje of Vera Burning In a dispatch from a private source late the was made a condition of chaos existed at Bio and Santa Bosa mills in tha State of where the textile workers have been on a The telegram states that the strikers applying the torch to the factory property and robbing pawn The which arrived from the dispatch had succeeded la pacifying the men In part by employing stern KILLED IN WILD WEST as Says Youth Shot New Jan. a youth seventeen years who recently c' from and bert aged played in a small room of a tenement house in Eighth avenue and the Gearan boy was shot through the head and Coburn was He was attired In a suit resembling as closely as possible a cowboy's with a big gauntlet a cartridge and a chain to hang ills revolver The police think the two who lived together in the little had been ing cheap novels of Three revolvers were found In the The arrested boy said the dead boy shot GOLDIE WOOD QUITS Allan Wood's Widow to Wed Her Relatives Special to The Washington Jan. in where Goldie Mohr while chorus a vaudeville star and widow and heiress of Allan the wealthy iron were day informed that Goldie had abandoned the stage once more and had canceled all her Relatives of Mrs. Wood here say that she is to be married p. m. and n. m. Unexcelled via Penn. Atlantic Line R. R. Florida Information 001 Pa. ave. Ruga and About 200 beautiful Rugs and from far-away Persia will be sold at 1407 G to-morrow at 11 a. m. and 3 p. to cover advances and Must be On view No Attorney Be- gins New STATE WILL BEAR THE COST Hearst Defrauded of the Petition Mayor's Attorney Issues Statement sailing New Attorney General for Overruling His Predecessor and ing to Prove Clellan Usurper to Be Pressed to Early Wrongly Special to The Washington New Jan. McClellan was this morning with a mons and complaint in a suit brought by Attorney General William S. In the Supreme Court of New York to oust from the office of mayor and seat William B. This is a separate and distinct action from the quo warranto which were begun on the of Mr. Hearst and held up by a temporary In- obtained by the mayor from Supreme Court Justice Albany The present which Is known as a suit in alleges flatly that Hearst was duly and legally elected and that Mr. McClellan is a as the QUO warranto were in the of a call the mayor prove the validity of his title tb Hearst Suit The latter proceedings will be abandoned now In favor of Is brought In the name of the people of New York In the event of the suit going In vor of the the costs will have to be paid by the In the case of the quo warranto Mr. Hearst would have had tb stand the expenses involved in an- adverse Further ings th the case enjoined Saturday by Supreme Court Justice The new action will be prosecuted by Attorney General with terence J. Hearst's sonal as special ney General sold this afternoon that the new suit will come to trial at It is alleged that ballots legally Hearst were counted for Clellan by the of and that these formed basis of the returns of the It Is claimed that men not entitled to vote were lowed to vote for in many other ways the election laws were violated at the 1905 Votes cast for it is were not id in a number of Says Illegal Votes Were The alleged illegal votes counted for McClellan and the legal votes which it is asserted were not counted for Hearst but by precisely how much the plaintiff is unable to the difference between the votes for the de- fendant McClellan and the said the election of said the complaint George B. McClellan usurped and Intruded and unlawfully usurps and holds the office of It is demanded that Judgment be dered upon the right of Hearst to the office and also upon pretended of the The complaint ther demands In the name of the people of the State that R be adjudged that McClellan has no Just legal right to the and asks ousted and from it. Judgment Is sought further which allows the State to recover the costs and disbursements of the Mayor McClellan has twenty In which to answer the HJ may ask for an extension of twenty uays One difference between this new action and those that have preceded It Is that it ia brought In the name of the people of the State of New whereas the others have been in the name of Mr. Mayor's Counsel Scores E. L. of Mayor lan's Issued a statement ing the mayor's position regarding the Jackson The statement declares that the mayor Is justified in hesitating to sub- mit rights to an attorney general careless of his so reckless of his so of the scores Mr. Jackson for on the State in his efforts to an expense of which It Is estimated the of quo would In the orderly course of says had been that a suit against Mayor McClellan to test the title to his office ought not in son and justice to be brought This deci- sion was arrived at by the Republican at- torney after a most careful In- the invitation of the succeeding at- torney Mr. was asked to his application to have an action which he has Then Mayor McClellan asked court whether the new attorney general power to re- verse the decision of hts predecessor on the same The court has made ait order and its writ of prohibition against the ney general forbidding him to determine the question whether he has the power to reverse his predecessor and bring the Advised Defiance of Court attorney general immediately thereafter determined that he did have and has brought the After the writ was immediately came to New York and sought the Mr. Hearst and of his They advised a defiance of the court's great The attorney general forsook the dignity of his office and of his own WHITE HOUSE SUBSCRIBER violated his oath of office to maintain the and Inaugurated a reign of hope there remain let alone mayor of when the chief law officer of n his first Important overrides the authority of the McClellan is certainly justified In hesitating to submit any right of his to a tribunal so outrageous and riotous as that of the present attorney X an Incumbent so careless his contemptuous court only ot might adequately and sooner the APPOINTMENT Understood Sir Be Given Colonial Jan. Henry Mortimer until recently dor at sent a letter to Sir Edward the foreign advising him of The the two in the ambassador will to take place later n the and after it Sir Henry received by the It is under- stood that he Is to a colonial The of South Is although no decision will reached until report las DEATH IN WAKE Babe Killed Mother and Three di en Probably Fatally Who Was Wot on ged Through Threatening Crowd to Police New runaway team dashed Into crowd at a First avenue crossing killing a baby in its carriage and so injuring the child's mother and three other children that can hardly t As the team drawing a heavy truck turned into the Mrs. nie pushing occupied by her Sidney and with another aged and a six years on either started for the opposite With them were Frank aged and Frederick seven years s The woman and a frantic effort to get her charges back io the Millie The baby was to death while Mrs. Klappel and the other three children were trampled Removed senseless to a all were to be frightfully in each case Internal wounds being ably serious cause The momentary check to the runaways as they stumbled among the mitted others in the avenue to The team was stopped by a policeman who arrested Alexander the who is alleged have left his horses in the street He was charged with after tie had been dragged through a threatening crowd to a police The from p. m. Southern Railway tion Palm Llm to Florida arid the effective train passing through Washington p. January and Quite superior latest examples of with all most recent ances and Pullman and observation cars and Southern Ra Iway dining tric lighted throughout Sleepers for and St: also sleeper to DENIED KILLS Slashes and WOMAN MAT DIE Tries Jo Kiss When Guests Go to Her He Uses Cutting He Shoots Her Was Special to The Lena proprietress of manicuring ment in the Hotel Is a. young woman who with a at Columbus avenue are not and of 261 153d street is slightly as a result of a shooting and stabbing affair In West second According to short story made by Mrs. Fallen was responsible for all the cutting and shooting shooting her and himself and the Mrs. Wiedeman resided with her John man about fifty years of apartments on to-night they were in the Miss Ratel but of feeling left them to get some cine at a drug oNt long after he had to 'a story told by called upon Mrs. Tried to Kiss Tn a Miss and Bergman were part the room from the other seized the waist arid at- tempted to She and two to her assistance in a Struggle As to Fali liquor or some other seemed struggled they were in the There he suddenly grabbed a razor a and cut a deep gash in Mrs. f Slashed with before the others had what he had ed on them and slashed them Bergman went a. Miss Ratel wag twice across the One gash across the cut the tongue The a deep cut near right unable he was i still next cut Mrs. a second across the throat with she trate oh the at the then a revolver shot her twice over the then shot in the right According to he to make a knocked on the was refused He to partially one inside shot at circumstances he did not recall or Was too weak to re- Miss Ratel had not ness up to late hour It is believed that she will After She who was found Mrs. Wiedman lying on the with Fallim kneeling her with a. razor and pulling her Levins felled him heavy with the night Mrs. was stih is that Levins asked the that the man who she then lapsed into an unconscious Dr. Edward W. who been arrived just asn statement was In a very tow minutes Mrs. died .In his police think that eitHer of the let wounds were serious enough to proved of Each was directly above the The razor long deep slashes on the side of the Mrs. Wiedeman was thirty-six i She was tall and a resided the and according supplementary story told by Bergaman late a. violent infatuation for man knew of this infatuation was to the to the Fallon will probably at a But To thwart a- waiting take Jim a a train arid lynching a Southern throttle sent his train through town at a minute On Saturday night the assaulted Mrs. This he was twenty north ibt here and was put oh a train to be brought bent the was to the conductor of the who informed the The latter said he save the When two miles Buford he opened the throttle never s topped JIB where the negro was Infantry Assault on Jan. The finding khaki one sleeve of which was covered and pre- by a led to the arrest this of Corp. the a negro on the charge K Macklin on night of De- cember 21. When arrested negro found to hive severe flesh wound In ate is said to been himself for more than three The wound the wrist Is declared to have been by the same bullet as went through the sleeve the jacket which jacket which led to ar- rest was found near the fort oh Sunday by two on taken hounds that followed the of assailant Knowles refuses to arid commanding officer at Fort declines give anx tion concerning 'the Inspectors at Engaged in Preliminary Special to Washington Post New Jan. There was a ly in ther board room of the Life Building to-day when the five counting or yto the ballots cast In the recent gave a hearing on under tion their powers in deciding just and what was not a legal They plenty of as they would the from to-day un- when they make what they proposed to do in The inspectors said that were not to able to count 'the vote at I'D Thursday The making rations count tho vote ever since the day thief closed on December predict that the re- sult of election will be in three while there are some that say will be a The inspectors getting 336 a out of the funds of the Tjp at York Life the five in- detailed are also ting a day from the haven't to They are now the envelopes that contain the they finish loing his they will start 1n to count the da The only dally electric-lighted Pullman train to Leaves Washington p. arriving St. Augustine p. m- next 1421 ave. MISER LEFT ALL TO Who Often Accepted Had an Estate of Special to N. Jan. the of a will in the surrogate's office at it became known to-day that Michael who died at Muhlenberg Hospital six weeks left the hulk of his estate to Pope Pius Its aggregate value Is about and the head of the Catholic Church is to receive all but of It it is lived In miserly and went without save It was believed that he nothing except the house in. which and he spent most of his time at- tending to a cow and some He always accepted charity when of- to Two months ago he was stricken with and he was made to the time of his He was three years and left nothing to his wife or It is probable that they may contest the The will also reveals that Hefferman refused to accept Jeft him by a sister years REMIT OF TERROR Lodz People Warned to Stay in Homes After Six o'Clock at Russian Jan. are that the labor trouble nere coming to an but there are no halt in the reign of terror ana Since the first of the year sixteen workmen have been killed in street fights and sixty-two have been Tha terrorists have Issued a tion warning the people not to leave their after 6 o'clock at night be- cause extermination of cal foes must The leaders to-night Issued a proclamation advising the workmen to resume work immediately and mending the formation of a committee composed of and employers that shall endeavor to find a definite solution of the HOPE FOR PONCE DIM Nine Just From Saw No Sign of IS 8 DATS la Also and Some Believe May Have Missing Craft in Owners of Which Left Porto Rico December 6, Not Changed in Special to The Washington Jan. The the steamer which left Porto Bico De- cember 26V for now flays overdue its comparatively short and hopes that the vessel will again are fastly ming in shipping circles Nine sels arrived to-day from the and none saw any trace of- the There is hope among shipping men that the steamship of the dad a late from Port of may have been delayed by ering the which she may be It said at the office of the Line the Maracas is not from to-morrow it be sonable to suppose that she has the Ponce in The marine underwriters say they believe the machinery of the Ponce is dis- Was Last Seen December 28. The should have been made in The Ponce last reported oh December 28, when the vessel appeared to be making her usual Under orders from United States Department three revenue ters are scouring the seas for ing The the New York and Porto Hico Steamship refuse to belief that nothing more serious than temporary disablement has delayed their names and addresses of the cabin passengers Ponce Henry W. of P. of N. G. hell of M. of Porto of M. 6t- New and Gregorio of Mrs. Mayor all and the ardess are only women on the Ship Seen Hot tie United Fruit freighter Admiral from San Antonio to had sighted the and in the of the sea off Caps Henry last was found to be a false hope to-day when of the Porto Rico line General Manager Mooney had a con- versation with Capt. of the Ad- and says the de- scription by the captain of the steamship reported by him as not under control does with that of tie Mr. Mooney that if the Ponce was disabled after being sighted by the December aided by the trade winds from the she toward the Bahama and in the Course of going to and from Strike New The strike of the Southern Pacific Railway clerks ended By the terms of the all of the old clerks who apply for will be as soon places can be made for them without on account of the The clerks quit work October 13. Pool The pool and billiard tables and fixtures contained in the Colorado 713 14th st adjoining the Colorado will be sold at absolute public sale by Sloan Co. to-day at 12: Fine chance to secure a good table at your the Bent Foundation lor Wealth Is systematic Open an account with dept. of Union Trust F Interest paid on all SHE VOTE Foraker and Lodge Agree on a PRESIDENT FORCED POINT Senate Ready to Defeat merit of Brownsville Counsel and Both ker and Lodge Modify Alike in but Lodge Gets in and Thus Arouses Ohio Senator's Crowded to Bear Leaden Discuss Had not some of the wiser heads among the Republican leaders of the Senate arranged a course of action that prevented a test of strength between the President's supporters and those arrayed against the claim of. that he was within his tional and legal rights In the dismissal of three companies of colored troops from the United States army out affording any of the dismissed men the opportunity of making a might have virtually As ters turned proposition to in- dorse the President's attitude was tracked for the time and vuta on the pending issue was Soon after the Senate was called to it became known President Roosevelt had invited several Republican to the White House and had asked them to support the proposal of Senator his closest personal and political friend In public that Mr. s action In discharging the negro troops without honor should be indorsed as legal and From was said by Senators who talked with those of their colleagues who had been called to the White the President got little encouragement his to Sine Whether this Is so or not is of no con- sequence ia the face fact which was developed early yesterday the proposal would have been overwhelmingly defeated hed It pressed to It found little pathy on the side and even Southern whose guardianship in satisfaction over the act President in groes out of the there was a very general that Mri Roosevelt Tiad gone too directing that the negroes should not be entitled to bold office under the Federal government In fact the Democrats were lined up against the Lodge Indorsement and have so informed the Re- publican There were many Informal conferences between Republicans before the speech making on the was Some of the able lawyers on the Republican side took the Senator Foraker's resolution for an In- by the Senate Committee on tary Affairs Into the facts connected with Oie discharge of the negro troops went too in that it permitted the tee to examine Into the question of the constitutionality and the legality of the President's action before the circum- stances of the Brownsville riot had been New Foraker Foraker accepted the suggestions made In prepared a substitute for his original so as to provide that committee take as to the affray at Brownsville and report what it ed to the Foraker was being it was Impressed upon Senator Lodge that his amendment to the Foraker providing an indorsement of the President's was objectionable for the same As a result of these both Mr. and Mr. Lodge drew new resolutions of the same general which each Intended to offer in the Senate later in the In neither was R sought to indorse the President's as proposed by Mr. or to permit an Inquiry at this time into the and the legality of the dent's action as allowed by the How it happened that Mr. Lodge got his resolution before the ate and bow Mr. Foraker got over and because of things Mr. Lodge said In his part of the interesting story of the When the Senate adjourned Mr. Foraker had not finished his response to Mr. Lodge's but he gave notice that he would continue He in that he opposed to the new Lodge Thia attitude on part created it was that Mr. Foraker had prepared a resolution almost exactly like that which Mr. Lodge Which resolution was prepared first Is a disputed question among those who have time for able controversies of that It was the general in the Senate that Mr. Foraker had voiced his opposition to the Lodge resolution be- cause Mr. Lodge had placed Mr. Foraker In the Indorsed the of having backed down hls previous Most of the people who saw both resolutions are of the ion that they are almost exactly By Foraker and Whether they are or not may be Judged from the text of the resolutions which are given Lodge's That the Committee on Unitary fairs and hereby authorized make Inquiry and in regard to affray .at oa the night of August 12, 2906, and that It and hereby authorized to sVad for persons and and administer oaths anl report by Mil or Mr. Foraker's That the Committee on- Military At- tairs are hereby authorized and by CONTINUED ON FIFTH
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