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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2f 1905
THE BENNINGTON -DISASTER?
THE MAUI NEWS-
Was. a frightful Object Lesson and fills us all with horror. It should, teach, us , to take no chances with( badly scaled, , leaky, pitted and corroded boilers. . To,
insure not only the lives of your boilers, but the lives of your employees as well, you should, have your boilqr feed-waters analyzed and then treated with r our,,
i Scientific feed-water treatment. Protection should be the watchword.,
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BICYCLES AND SPORTING GOODS
WASHINGTON,, August 17. The
annual report of the Interstate Com
merce. Commission, giving the. rail
road .statistics for ,the. year, 1904,
shows that there were at the. end, of
that year 297,073 miles of railroad In
the United States. The number of
railway corporations included, in the
report was 210.4. The mileage oper
ated by.. receivers, was. J312- miles.
The number of persons on the pay
rolls of the rail w.ays in the .United,
States, as returned for June 3019pi,
was, 1,294,121) or 611; per 10Q miles of
line, a decrease for the year of 16,416,
or 28 per 100 miles. The wages and
salaries paid for the year, amounted..
The par value of the railway capital
outstanding on June .30, ,19.04,.. was.,
$13,213,124,G79 which represents; a
capitalization of $64,265 par. mile.
Of the total capital, stock outstand
ing, $2,99Q,47X,01O, or, 42,53 per cent,
paid,, dividends., The amount , of
dividends declared during, the. year,
was $221,941,049, being equivalent to
6.09 per cent on dividend, paying
stxik. , The gross., earpUigs, waa.$l
985174,091; being $74,327;194i greaV
er than for the previous year. The
operatingexpens.es, were ,$1,338,896,
233,, an increas.e,of, f$l,357,4UXi
The total of casualties to. persons
on the railways was-94,201; of which
10,046i.. represented, the, number of
persons. killed. .
be more specifio in its scope, under
which .Government,, employes ran be
prosecuted for. giving away or 8 Uing
valuable information, . as has been
done, in the statistical bureau, .
Mob, Resents,. Ma .Arrest. .
CHICAGP, . August. 1. A riot in
which several hundrfd .took, part
occured to-night, in South Chicago,
where thraeleteptives employed by
the Lake Shore and Michlgaa South'.
era Railroad attempted to arrest
Charles 13. France , for. riding on, a
sand -train. The detectives were
compelled.,, to use,.. their revolvers,
and the crowd retaliated, with bricks
and stones. A-number., of , people
we t;e .injured.,.
The mob besieged. tha. detectives
and. their prisoner in the depot, and
broke many, of the, windows,, in. their
efforts to get at the officers.
A. detail, of policemen, from . the
South Chicago Station wasinsufficient
to disperse the mob, and additional
help was summoned.
The crowd scattered after a num
ber of arrests had been made. France
was finally locked up in the police
station, although a large crowd fol
lowed him all the way to the station,
bent on securing bis release.
Murder of Catholics In German
Cotton Men Ask For New- Bureau.
WASHINGTON, August, l.-Pre
sident Jo r don and Secretary Cheat
ham of the. Southern Cotton Associar
tion,, to day issued a statement: ad
dressed to the. members of that body,
calling attention to recent-disclosures
In the cotton statistical work in the
Department of .Agriculture, declar
ing, that, efforts are bejngroade, to
divert attention, from the. "deiicien-
cies" of the system itself, "to the
thieving propensities., of a lav?, uq
worthy officials," and,, petting orfch
demands to be made.. on Congress to
After setting forth the .fact, that
there are, nearly a million, members
of the association, and giving statls
tics to show that the cotton crop of
the United States and, its by products
furnishes two-thirds of our annual
trade . balance, and employs many
iiiillious of individuals the statement
calls. upon those to whom, it. is ad
dressed to, exert their influence to
secure the immediate reorganization
o( the Department of Agriculture,
Four specifio demands are made,
1. The establishment within the
Department of Agriculture of
bureau to be known as the. "Cot top
Bureau." charged, solely wi,th the
duty of reporting on the cotton crop
and all matters concerning the
2. The appointment as the head
of that bureau at au adequate salary
of a man whose reputation andante,'
cedents shall be beyond reproach
and whose familiarity with cotton
cultivation shall be. an, additions
guarantee of his fitness.
3. An organization of the bureau
so established upon thoroughly soien
title lines as will insure no possible
bias in favor of either buyer or seller
or producer or manufacturer can be
presupposed or asserted.
4. The passage of a law that will
BERLIN, Aug. 18. A dispatch
received here from the Governor of
German, East Africa- says that
native reports , reaching v Kilwa
announce that a Catholio Bishop
named Spies, two missionary bro
thers an4 two sisters were murdered
while,, traveling from Kilwa , to
Complete Returns on Norway's
CHRISTIAN! A, (Norway r Aug,
17. Complete returns of. last -Sun
day.' s referendara on the question of
the,,, separation , of Norway and
Sweden,, shows that 363,200,- votes
were, cast ; for , dissolution and 184
against it. The size of the vote
very gratifying to the leaders
thjs,, Storthing and has . aroused
intense,,, interest., At; the. last
general election for members of the
Storthing only 236,641 votes were
May Black All City Ownership.
INDIANAPOLIS, August 18.
Judge Francis E. Baker of the
United States Circuit. Court handed
down a decision to-day,, of vast im
porta uce iu respect to tha powers of
municipal corporations to take over
the property of public service corpo
rations,, its practical., effect being
to deny such right, even when, a pu
blic service corporation receives its
charter, from the municipality. Judge
Baker, quote numerous Federal, de.
cisioos to support hU contention, and
it is believed his decision, will com
pletely block the municipal owner
ship plans contemplate or under
way, in many, cities. ,
The. decision., says it is against
public policy to permit a public ser
vice corporation to sell its franchise
or plant,, thus disqualifying, its obli
gations to the public,
Gyer-r-There, goes a man with
pull, and he baa. managed to make
lot of money out of it,
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