Caption: When the Merry Old New Haven Opened its Summer Slaughtering at Stamford, Conn., there was brought
to mind a remark of Mr. Hearst that the motto of the road was "Your Money or Your Life," to which a certain New
England Wag in the Senate Replied. "No, Your Money and Your Life."

Source/Date: Hearst's Magazine, August 1913

Ultimate Source(if different):

Creator: Ted Powers

Remarks: A string of deadly train accidents on the New Haven between 1911 and 1913 made national headlines. The reference is to a rear collision at Stamford, Connecticut on June 12, 1913 that killed six people.

Keywords: Accidents, train