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THE WASHINGTON W TIMES SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 9 1906
POSTAL RECEIPTS RECEIPTSSTEADILY RECEIPTSSTEADILYDAINING
STEADILY STEADILYDAINING STEADILYDAININGfor GAINING GAININGCon1parisons
Comparisons ComparisonsPOSTAL for Last Fiscal FiscalYear FiscalYear FiscalYear
Year Show Great GreatIncrease Greatlocrease GreatIncrease
Increase IncreaseNET locreaseNET IncreaseNET
NET REVENUE REVEN E OF 294454 294454m 294454Expected 29 2944541xpectei 454 454I 454Expect
m I
Expected Expect Present Pr HBt Fiscal Year Will WillStow WillSlMw WillSlaw
Stow Glove Reeaipts ef ofI9e00e efFrom f fIIMMe
IIMMe IIMMeFrom I9e00eFrom
From a financial point o oC view the themust tbemOllt
p must encounurtav enc u condition OOft ttloa af attain attainfor a atalrsfor < < alr alrtor
for many maR 7 years la n the WaM WanbhSg eMi R elty eltypostoftlce cityJC8tomce eltYpoetQRlce
postoftlce to lndicai In Indicated icated d In a comparative ooe4parativestatement comparativestatement rattv rattvhltemnt
statement tamed I8 INd showing attowt the receipts receiptsand reaeipUinnd reoetptaand
and expenses expense x for the year ended Jun JuntO Tune Juneo
tO 0 union unionFrom lJO lJOFrom IMSFrom
From July 1MB 1 1X to July 1 JMI the thetotal thetotal thetotal
total revenue reached tlttM7IS0 = The Thetotal Thetotal I Itotal
total expenses ex e of the office JfflSlM60 JfflSlM60loavlng 016116leaving
leaving hlvln a net revenue of S8M464 84414 M This Thish ThilltohQJln Thisshplring
tohQJln h wing la regarded as particularly pdrtleular1Ygood J4trtleularlygood particularlygood
good since nee the postal po tal business bwd of the theUnited therutted thelratted
United States is run at a great toes and andig and11tl andlig
11tl lig > ig appropriations must be made de annu annually amautllIy annually ¬
ally to meet the dcficitaMay deficits deficitsMay deftcltXay
May Ranch f Sr3eeSOe x3eeeoe IM This Year YearTh YearThe YearThe
Th The Washington postoftlce as shown shownby shownby I
by the statement Is I not only paying < < Its Itsexpenses Itsexpeneea
I
expenses a feat which many of the thelarge theJare thelarge
large offices o < < leea of the country And Ind it dif difficult difficult tllttkult ¬
ficult to do but Is S paying Into the Na National N Ntlonal National ¬
tional Treasury Treuul close to > SMOM6 for the theyear tbear theyear
year ar If the present rate of Increase Increasecontinues I IonUnuefi lnoreasecontinua
continues the offleals declare that the theKross tbejrns thegross
gross revenue for the current fiscal year yearvill 7ft1rw yearwill
will w ill be about f SUOO SUOOntlrln 1900010 1900010iMiring 1800066Ilurtng
iMiring ntlrln the last three months mont the local localosuU localpost beatlnatal
I
lnatal post > osuU business bn a has shown a steady stMCI Incrraae In Ini tnraoo
i raae over hut t year The July JulyAUlrU8t and andAugust andAugust
August financial reports show that bust business ltualI ltualInutll bustnfas ¬ I I
ness baa increased 11 per cent over the thernrrespondlng theorre8pondlnc theorresponding
rnrrespondlng months last year The Thetotal TIMtotal Thetotal
total revenue for fo the two months this thisyear tla tlaar thisyear
year ar reached 16534081 16l14 11 For the t e corre correx con contIndln co re reeiwnding
tIndln eiwnding x > nding month last year the receipts receiptsfoil recetptaffll receiptsfell
foil short of this amount by over overCIBpar f 80000 80000Cemparisea 000 000Comparisaas
Comparisaas CIBpar eM With Last Year YearThe YrThp YearThe
The following comparisons are shown shownin shownin hewnIn
in the statements of business bualn for July Julyand Julyand Jutrand
and August 106 110 and business for the thesame thelIame thesame
same months 1 ODtbs last year yearThe yearTh yearThe
The Th revenue for the oMce for forJuly torJuly forJuly
July HOC amounted to 10For HSMLM HSMLMFor 7R81iMFor
For July July 1MB u it amounted to elS2Sl r3inIncrease elS2SlIncrease sz11 sz11Increue
Increase for July J1I1 of the theent peer present peerent ¬
ent year yearOr 1 1Or l6t86 l6t86Or
Or nearly arly 14 1 per cent centThe centThe centThe
The revenue for the ofltoe for forAugust fewAu forAugust
August Au t IMC 1 9110 I amounted to MJMU MJMUFor tliOM tliOMFor H HFor
For August 1906 1 906 it amounted M to toIncreaM TUBaJI TUBaJIIncrease 88460Increase
Increase for August of the thepresent thepreaent thepresent
present year ttm28 ttm28Or 1J8JJtIOr 1801828Or
Or nearly IS per cent centThe eeatThf centThe
The revenues for the two MOnu MOnuof monthsof months monthsof
of July and nd August Au IMi IMiamounted JtGIa 1311mounted
amounted a to to toFor 1011 1011Ftlr 1 M4 32 32For
For August and September 1MB 1MBit u uIt 110It
it amounted to 14277819 14277819Increase 14hia19Increase
Increase for July and August Augustof Augustof U < < 1Mt 1Mtof
of the J present rMent year XSMfLsl XSMfLslOr J82 J82Or lT1RqOr
Or silently ubtly over 1 1b per cent centBfceeipt oeatJarnlpta centlhoipts
Bfceeipt for Each Mttth MttthReceipts XtkR MeathReceipts
Receipts R flph for each month during dun the thefiwal thetleal thelist
fiwal list al year ended June II IMC follow followJuly followJuly followJuly
July IMS IMSAugust 105 MMSill MMSill73JBS88 1116 15111 15111August ri riA
August A ugust IMS IMSSeptember 1106fi 73JBS88 73JBS88tt46aS2 711588Stpte1Dber 7813 66 66e
September fi e p to tuber 1MB 1MBOctober 1 11 06 tt46aS2 tt46aS2WM4718 8046182tctober U Utlober
October 1903 1903November 90u lmG n8715November lmGXoember
November ION 1MBl 84544 54663 54663l W Wlrecember
ecember l > mbr UK UKJanuary 12OWO3 12OWO3January 110 NO NOJanuary +
January IMS IMSFebruary N WM4718 WM4718I7019SS 1tII4711l N247I N247IFebruary
February l ebrt1al IMS IMSMarch I7019SS I7019SS1087S17 l1ottlIMarch 7019 83 83March
March MarchApril IIN 1 1 107Ot9 70GiI 70GiIprtl 86 86April
April prtl IMi IMiMay 60 60May 1087S17 1087S17ttJ83 1111Iay
May Iay ION 1MBJune 1 ttJ83 ttJ83S46S3M tlJl12 tlJl12June e2 e2June
June IMI 1 S46S3M S46S3MTotal 1411Total 84b681To
Total TotalICxpenses To to I UJ557X30 11J8m o
Expense ICxpensesNft 11311050 11150 11150Xtt
Net revenue 29445400 3945400MIM1N 29445400MINING tCt54OOMINING
MINING MIM1N STOCK TRUSTEES TRUSTEESWISH TRUSTEESWISH I
V WISH ISFI TO BE RELIEVED RELIEVEDCapuzaya RELIEVEDCapuuya RELIEVEDCepxzaya
Capuzaya Mining JtJiBiB Company E L C CBryaa cryaB
Bryan ryaB and nd Bttgeae Davis Named Ha d 41at dXI
XI Defmdait DefoMaateFrancis DefmdaitFrancis DlfaJH1aBtJFrane
Francis Frane J Heiberger and William H HAllen HAllen HAllen
Allen filed a petition in the local courts courtsyesterday courLIIyMterda7 courtsyesterday
yesterday asking uIdIa < < to be relieved as a trus trustees tnMtees trustees ¬
tees in connection with th the care and andcustody andcustody nd ndcuatCHV
custody of certain eertMeataa of stock stockof atoekof stockof
of the Capusaya Capu a ra Mining Mln Company and andthe aIt4the andthe
the appointment of other persons in intheir 1fttheir intheir
their places placesBesides plae plaeBMld placesBesides
Besides BMld the Capusaya Mining Xlnln < < Company CompanyEdward CompaarEdward CompanyEdward
Edward C Bryan and Sugcne Ev IM Davis Da ar arnamed are arenamed rfl rfla
named a as defendants in the proceedings proceedingsEXPORT proeeedinpEXPORT proceedingsEXPORT
EXPORT WHALE ALE MEAT MEATTO MEATTO MEATTO
TO SOUTH AMERICA AMERICACeasidered AMERICAcw AMERIUACesidered
Ceasidered cw Grea Gr Delicacy by Many Manyand ManyaM Manysad
and Trade Has n Grewa to Big BigPrepertiww BirPrerti BigPrepertieu
Prepertiww PrepertiwwQUEBEC Prerti PrertiQGEBEC PrepertieuQUEBEC
QUEBEC Sept pt S Ion 8The The preservation preservationand
and nd exportation of whale meat is beCeming be becoming Dece1ltfne ¬
coming a big industry In parts of the theG theGult theUuif
G Gult H of st t Lawrence Lawrencesome IAWJeQftPer LawrencePer
Per > some time Um past the fishermen fisberm n of ofHaspe ofGasPe ofGasps
Gasps have ha been In the Ut habit bit of saltlns jaltln jaltlndown It Itdown
down portions P rtlona of the meat at of the whale whalefor whalefor whalefor
for their own use when short of other otherfood otberfood
food but now It Is found that the article articleI
i I Is eagerly consumed by some of the
South American peoples and consequently conse consequently ¬ J
quently quentl it i becoming beeomln quite an n article articleof artJeleof articleof
of commerce commerceas eommereeOne commerceOne
One COlD company baa established a large largeplant
plan t Oft an n 1 tsiand UI4 Ita the re region toa known kaownven knownas
as Seven ven I Islands Hands north non of the QuIt of
St Lawrence and turd1aWasa maintains ta1aa a regular regularwhaling recularwhlIn regularwhaling
whaling whlIn steamer 8team to kill and tow in the thewhales thewhaJe thewhales
whales to the factory factoryThey faetor1They factoryThey
They are re so plentiful
that
there is I no notrouble
trouble In banIn bagging one a day cia Each Kachwhale Eaebwhale Eachwhale
whale Is valued at
R 1000 so
that lw t le
business bualne is S
a very lucrative one oneFormerly
A t Formerly Formerl7n aU the flesh went into intoguano Intoguano
guano uaao which to worth from lib to y0 y0a t8 t8a r I
a ton Now however wever the tb prime pits meat t
i salted llalt down for ft food od and excellent excellenteating exceltatutln exoenenteating I I l
eating utln It makes apes too for those who like
U many contending that it is I superior u erior
fc ft the > coarser conteAthat grades of beef salted I t fd tot
barrels barre s rssgirtslly r when beta used in stew stewsand
and hashes or served up as corned
beef beefs L
s
J
DISTRICTS PUMPING P STATION STATIONUILL STATIONWILL
WILL BE FINEST IN AMERICA
Five Great Pumping Engines Which WhichSupply WhichI WhichSupply
Supply the Capital CapitalFive CapitalFive
Five Massive Pumps Op Operated Operated Operated ¬
erated by Six Giant GiantBoilers GiantBoilers GiantBoilers
Boilers BoilersAside BoilersM BoilersAside
Aside M from engineers and those who whoknow whok whoknow
know k w the technical aide of ofprojeeia engineering engineeringprelects agdnaringprOecta
prelects few layman residents of the theDtatrVt theDhit1Iet theDlatiict
DtatrVt realise how much r real l oomf comfort eoaat3rtUte comfortthe art artthe
the new District pumping station con contributes eontnbat4tl contributes ¬
tributes to their the dally lives or how howmuch howmuch howmuch
much Inconvenience and suffering su < < erbtc would wouldresult wetddJult wouldresult
result from iu being permanently IftIlb or oreven oreven
even temporarily disabled clJ bled This great greatmunicipal pestmualelpat greatrnunletpal
municipal work can be justly called one oneof ODeof oneof
of the pillars pUl upon which the Capital Capitalaiay CaJhalnq Capitalplay
play well rest its tt recent t claim clal of being beingripe beingriDe beingripe
ripe for a Greater Washington boom boommovement hooatmovement boommovement
movement movementWithout movementWithout movementWithout
Without It a large portion of the reel residents rMtdefttll reeldefile ¬
dents of the city living ItvIn < < above abo the theIt7 grav gravity grarIty ¬
ity level Ie of the reeervoir would go nn nnbathed unbathed an anbathed
bathed 1 save ve where their energy provided providedother prorioJeother providedother < <
other methods of keeping clean cl than thanthat thanthat thanthat
that of enjoying the luxury of water waterflowing waterwin waterdewing
flowing win < < freely Into a modern mod bath tuft tunPumps tuftPumps tu1 tu1PumJW
Pumps would become household h bo m hold old oldttea necessi necessities necettsities ¬
ties and the water of the filtration filtrationplant IUtrattooplant ttrationplant
plant made pure at a cost of ofJMtrl ofJMtrlwould nearly 15 15MiMi
MiMi would be practically prat CI useless UIMl to toalmost toallftOK toalmost
almost the entire residential portion OItIoca of ofthe oftb ofthe
the tb District
DistrictFinest
Finest ia America AmericaLocated AmericaLocated AmericaLocated
Located on Bryant street and Ad formerly fomer fomerly fomerJy
ly known as the Trumbell street pump pumping puuaPataUon pusaPlag ¬
lag station Immediately south of the thenew tJMOw thenow
new Ow cltr reservoir and nd filtration altn Joft plant plantIt
It represents ta In Its present p t shape an anoutlay anoutlay anoutlay
outlay of 1MMO with the prospect t that thatSOt tbt011O
000000 SOt 011O 9 more M will be spent on It m ta the thenext thenext thenext
next I few ew years ye Then Superintendent SuperintendentW Jupe nteDdeont nteDdeontV
ii W V A McFarland say says y the Capital will willhave wiUha8 willhave
have the finest and BCI most complete city citypumping clt cltPUMPinJf citypumping
pumping works in America AmericaTo AmerteaI AmericaTo
To those tho who know the design of the thenew thenew thenear
new rmmplnc umplne station and the hferh 1 ph rank rankit raaltit rankt
it I t takes among the citys important mu rauniclpal munletpal munlcipal
niclpal works this statement does not notseem noteoeent notseem
seem to b bolt an exaggeration nor made madewithout madewithout madewithout
without a knowledge of similar works In Inother Inother hiother
other cities clU of the country Superin Superiatendent Superintendent SuperltelMlent ¬
tendent McFarland to whom is due duemore dueMOre duemore
more than any other ou man credit for to toreative he hecreative beoreattve
creative c thought embodied in the new i
station knows every brick In th the < > build building buildUtlr building ¬
ing every bolt and screw connecting connectingthe connectingthe i ithe
the parts of the massive machinery machineryBttiMiftg macbiaery1StlfliiJt machineryEoflding
BttiMiftg 1StlfliiJt Pleasing PI t to Eye EyeWere XyeWere SeaWere
Were it nt n t for the SWicot tcot brick brickchimney briekchley brickchimney
chimney looming up pIn in the background backgroundthe
the visitor tor to the Pu pumping piDllf station would wouldjnlnk wouldthink wouldjhlnk
jnlnk think that he was about to t enter alibrary a alibrary aJIbIaty
library bulldta I building so ornate and ad pleasing pleasingto plea8 a ato
to the eye e is J the structure Passing Passingalong PaMnaalooc Pawingalong
along a driveway and through tbroa the mam mamdoor main maindoor maindoor
door of the structure ueture flanked on either eitherone eitherslue
slue 08 by a maaaae stone tone J Porteeaehere Porteeaehereone OIteeclMre OIteeclMreOfte
one enters tAtill Into the engine room JOOIDrtIU mess measuring messwing ¬
wing rtIU SOQxtt feet with a celling eelUqninety some someninety someninety
ninety feet high hi < < b Here are located the thefive theave thefive
five powerful pow rful rfulTheM engines enginesThese enginesThe
These The five Iron monsters two of which whichare whichare whichare
are capable of pumping pumpl 10000010 00010 < WO gal galtons plIo galtons
tons Io of water daily are constantly be bethe belbe bethe
the city eft Bleeping Ieepin < < or waking sucking aucltl itsnone Its Itsgallons lupUoaa
gallons none from the nitration plant and andforcing andford andforcing
forcing ford them Into 48Inch distributing distributingmains dlatrlbutlnJftlNl distributingmains < <
mains to be carried all allover over the city eltyThe cityThe j jThe
The three other engines enlln have capacities capacitiesof
of lSQMeM 7000000 and tSWOW gallons gallonsdaily plio pliodaI1y gallonsdaily
daily dailyLooking daI1yLooIcIns dailyLooking
Looking down on these ue five creatures creaturesof tUftll tUftllof
of Iron from the gallery which runs the theentire theentire theentire
entire length 14n < < tb of the building the theItor vie visitor vieitor ¬
itor Is reminded of the bow bowels of otrMt a agreat agreat
great rMt steamship aad instinctively lnatlnct y took lookthrough tookthrough Iuokthrou
through throu < < b a nearby window to the t e out outside outlde outside ¬
side lde as if hall expecting that tha t he Is I be being beba being ¬
ing ba borne over a troubled sea These TheseAve Thuefte Thesefive
Ave monsters mon ters are forever drinking In Inand Inad inand
and ad belching be1chln < < forth their endless endl streams streamsof streamsof trea treaof
of water and all governed by nve aye men menSix meaSix menSix
Six aceHorsepower oo Horsepower Boilers BoilersBehind BoilersBehlncl BoilersBehind
Behind the engine room room Is I located loeatedlarge a alarge alarge
large vaulted room in which are eta stationed 1ItatIoneci etattoned ¬
tioned the six huge brick and nd iron boil boilers boilers boilers ¬
ers upon which the engines slnM depend for
Babe in Mothers Arms ArmsWas ArmsWas ArmsWas
Was Eloquence in Court CourtJudge CourtJudge CourtJudge
Judge Dismisses Husband Charged With WithNonSupport WithNonSupport WithNonSupport
NonSupport on His Promise to Care Carefor Carefor
for Wife and Child
A dramatic Ue scene served to t diversify diversifythe dlvel8ltyu diversitythe
the u humdrum m In Police Court yesterday yester yesterday 7wterKY ¬
day and a tenderhearted judge jucl savedfrom saved savedfrom veel veelfrOM
from p esfble Ibis w starvation a twomonths twomonthsold
old babe b e and Joined Ms young mother motherand motherand motherand
and father In peace peaceHardly peti peaceHardly e enardly
Hardly any of the many man women spectarots spec spectators ¬
tarots 18 tors in the courtroom could repress represstheir repreatftelr represstheir
their emotion when Mrs Beeete Cole Colewith CoMwUh Col Colwith
with her child nestling 118r11tlln < < in her trembling tremblingarms tMtmbllqwaa tremblingarms
arms was called to the stand to testify testifyagainst teUfyacal testifyagainst
against acal K William A Cole her husband husbandwho husbandwho husbandwho
who had been arrested charged with withnonsupport withAOnsUJlport withnonsupport
nonsupport nonsupportAlmost AOnsUJlportAhnoet nonsupportAlmost
Almost choked V with tears t an Mrs Cole Colerelated Colelated Colerelated
related lated many of the things that had hadwrecked 1Iad 1Iadwrecked tadwrecked
wrecked the happiness of the home on onthe onthe onthe
the reefs reet of disappointment One thing thingafter Uainctter thingattar
after tter another had thrown them further furtherand rurUaernd furtherand
and nd further apart part and anclreeenUy recently the hue husband huband hueand ¬
band Ii b and walked away front the family fire fireside ftreJJldo tireide ¬
left Mm MmCole MraCole MtsCole
side I s ide and was alleged to have
Cole and nd the child without money or
BIG I CAT CARRIES OFF OFFLAMBS OFFLAMBS OFFLAMBS
LAMBS AND PIGS PIGSBOWLING PIGSBOWLING PIGSBOWLING
BOWLING GREEN Ohio Sept X IA IAmon8ter 3Amonster A Amonster
monster cat at has b so terrified the real residents real4fl1U1 realents ¬
dents d ents of Liberty township that only thebravest the thebravest thebnLv
bravest bnLv t will venture out after dark and andthen andtben andthen
then only when armed The bloodcurd bloodcurdling bloocIeurdIIn bloodcurdling ¬
ling 11 IIn screams of the animal awaken the thefarmers theI thefat
farmers fj fat mers just ju t In time tt to see the th form of ofthe ofI
the t oat bounding bound away with a young youngsheep youngsheep youngsheep
sheep or pig Thus far no person has hasl has1feeft hasbeen
been een attacked by the animal though it ithas Itbaa Ithas
has been elm seen by many who describe describeit
it II as being beln as large lar Ct as a doC tawny tawnygray tawnypay tnwnpgray
gray I with very ve T short ears and long tail tailOld tal101et tailOld
Old hunters hunt identify It as a lynx and anda andGo anda
a G party is being formed to hunt It demon ewn
food and with scant = at clothing The husband hus husband huband ¬
band It is i alleged was deaf t to Her ap appeals apopeal appeals ¬
peals peal and finally neighbors D hbors came to tothe totbe tothe
the wifes wtt relief reliefAs reliefAs
As 8 the womans story IIt ry was told the thejudge theJudce thejudge
judge and the spectators were stirreddeeply stirred stirreddeeply Btlrredcheply
deeply and followed with great Interest Interestthe btterMtthe interestthe
the pitiful details During the womans womansrecital womansrecital womansrecital
recital Cole sat t in his bl chair unmoved unmovedexcept unmovedexcept
except for a sarcastic reacde smile which whichplayed whichplayed whichplayed
played playedover over his features featuresHes featuresHes
V
Hes He been mean judge jud e but dont dontpunish dontpunish dontpunish I
punish him the woman pleaded be between between between ¬
tween her Mrobll sobs Give him a chance chanceand chaJtCeand chanceand
and hell do right maybe I dont Oftt care careabout careabout careabout
about myself but help me save ve my baby babyfrom babyfrom babyfrom
from starvation and God will bless b4 you youfor youtor youfor
for It ItJudge ItJud ltJ
Judge J Jud Mills Mm gave Cole a lecture andallo and andallowed andallo
allowed allo ed him to go on his hi promise to sup suppert aupPMt supporTrhis
porTrhis pert his wife and ncl child childTake childTake child childTake
Take the baby Will and lets lee a try 1 1to
to be happy said the wife as II the thecouple tbecouple thecouple
couple left the court room I
I
COUNTERFEITER CAUGHT CAUGHTIN
IN 1 N CONEY ISLAND ISI AND GAME GAMENEW GAMENEW GAMENEW
NEW YORK Sept 8A A big strong strongman strongman strongman
man whose who e bulging pockets jingled jingledwith jtngledIth jingledwith
with Ith coins coin attempted to light his way
free from Secret Service Agent George GeorgeTate GeorgeTte GeorgeTate
Tate half his else IR
after he was ar arrested arreatlCl arrested ¬
rested at Coney Island but Tate who whobecame wh whbecame whobecame
became a student of jlu jKsu for busi business buslnM bueineas ¬
ness nM purposes got a bonebreaking grip gripon gripon gripon
on the mans arms and marched arehfld him to tothe toth tothe
the th station house houseThe houaeThe houseThe
The mans pocket assayed yet J12SO 1t 1290 innickels in innickels
I nickels nickelaand nickelstland tland and dimes of ogood good money and
1715 775 In spurious quarters The man manad
hvi ad been buy hlfi petting the quarters quartersrhaiiRed quarterschsIIJt quarterschanged
changed chsIIJt < d all day by h making making small pur purchases purchuetl purchases ¬
chases pr Or paying his way to Coney Cone ConeIsland Y
Island shows
O
fiiik
I Ith
their power Arranged side by side sidetheir sidetheir
their th lr interiors Intrio blase with seemingly un unquencuable unquencllabe unquencuabie
quencuable fires nres fed by tons of coaland coal coaland coallid
and lid each capable of generating Ddn Ddnhonepo < < 900 900horsepower 100horsepower
horsepower horsepowerThe honepo honepone horsepowerThe
The manner of feeding teed these boilers l lperhaps IMpI is isI
I perhaps ihaps MpI the most ingenious feature of ofthe oftJae ofthe
the entire plant and the scheme aebeJltworked has hasworked hasworked
worked the passing of the oldtime coal coalpasser coa coap coalpasser
passer p Over the t e top of each boiler Is Islocated s slocated islocated
located a big trough or chute capable capableof eapableof
of holding in all nearly 17 1000 1 tons of ofcoal oCcoal ofcoal
coal The coal is J first dumped on the theoutside the01J theoutside
outside 01J Ide of the building Into a a hopper hopperI bopperfrom hopperfrom
I from which It passes Into a long link linkconveyor linkOODveyor linkconveyor
conveyor consisting of many y ovetlap ovetlapplng cwetlappine oveflapping
pine buckets baclr It Is taken by aT these thesebuckets theMbuckets thesebuckets
buckets and nd dumped Into the pockets pocketsdirectly poek poekdirectly pocketsdirectly
directly over the boilers and a from fro them themdistributed th thdnbited themdlstrlbited
distributed through a cerate over ov < < the thewaKIng thewaitl thewaking
waitl waKIng fires tI The ashes as from the fires flresare a are firesare
are re discharged into these same buckets bucketsss 1 ueketaa
ss a they make the circuit under the boil boilers boIIen bollera ¬
ers and from them conveyed into an anadjoining anadjoining n nadjotnlD
adjoining stoker room and nd dumped dumpedShops dumpedS dumpedShops
S Shops and Other Departments DepartmentsThe Departe ts tsThe
The station also contains numerous numerousother numerousother numerousother
other rooms in which are constantly constantlyemployed con8taaUyemplo8CI constantlyemployed
employed Superintendent McFariands McFariandsefficient MII MIIeftic1ent McFarlandsedicleat
efficient working force of engineers engineersdraftsmen engineersdraftsmen lI lIdrattamen
draftsmen and laborers There te a awell awell awell
well equipped blacksmith shop bop hy hydraulic hydraulic ay aydrauUc ¬
draulic test room room store tore room omces omcesand omeN omeNand o1eesand
and drafting room all arranged JIaft d to fill filltheir ftUtheir filltheir
their particular tasks In 11 the service serviceThe semeeThe serviceThe
The acquisition of this new pumpingstation pumping pumpingstation puIDpl g gsta
station sta Uon with its modern equipment and andhighpower andhi andhighpower
highpower hi POwer service has enabled the Dis District DI DItrlet Dletrkt ¬
trict to take a decided deeJ ed step in the di direction 411recUon dlrectlon ¬
rection of giving Ivtnc the city what it long longneeded Joagneeded longneededa
needed neededa a complete pumping service serviceAnd serviceAnd en1cend
And nd that Superintendent Su rlntendent McFarland McFarlandnow XeFadandBOW McFarlandnow
I
now regards it as the best of it Its kind Is Isnot Ianot Isnot
not a matter of wonder
KILLED BY SNARE SNARESET SNARESET
SET FOR POACHERS POACHERSFarmers I IFarmers
Farmers Body Found in inField inField inField
Field With Head HeadBlown Headlovn HeadB1own
Blown lovn Off OffLIVERPOOL OffLIVERPOOL OffLIVEItPOOL
LIVERPOOL Sept 3 SoTerti TerUos Hargreaves Har Hargreaves HltrIeavee
greaves of 0 Boitott Dolt whose death the theChester UteChMter theChester
Chester coroner inquired into is be believed 1M1i heliered ¬
lieved 1i vecl to have ba ve been killed accidentally accidentallywhile aecddetlIywhile accidentallywhile
while setting ttnc a trap for poachers poachersHe poachersHe Ocher8 Ocher8He
He was found lying 110 < < dead in a field fieldnear fieldnear 81d 81dI
near Lache Hall Chester the home O of ofhis ofhi8 ofhis
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his fatherinlaw tatherInJaI Frank Herman Half Halfhim Ha1 Ha1hla Half Halfhis
his head w was blown Dlown away way and near nnlblm nearblot
him on the ground und was a doublebar doublebarreled doublebarreled doublebarreled ¬
reled gun n which had been dischargedThe discharged dischargedThe dltlChargedThe
The dead dead man was lying in a corner cornerof cornerof cornerof
of the Held Attached to the trigger of ofthe otthe of
the gun was a a ton long string which wen wenover went wentover ent entover
over the hedge and and was then stretched stretchedacross IItretehedacroa stretchedacross
across agateway a gateway on the other aide sideThe aideThe 1ideThe
The string trln < < was so arranged arran ed that any anyone anyone anyone ¬
one entering entertn by the gate ate would strike it itand Itand itand
and release reeaae the trigger of the gun gunHr pnHr gun13r
Hr Hargreavos It was known wasnervous was wasrervous wasrelVous
nervous of the poachers and tramps trampswbo trampYo trampswho
who Yo ho infest the neighborhood Westminsters which whichborder wblehborder whichbordere
border the Duke of Westminsters es estate estate estate ¬
tate They had never threatened threatned himbut him himbut blmbut
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ABUSES IN GRAIN GRAINNOW GRAINNO
NOW NO BEING PROBED PROBEDScientific PROBEDScientific
Scientific Grading Grading GradingRecent Aim of ofRecent ofr
r Recent Legislative LegislativeAct LegislativeAct LegislativeAct
Act ActSTOP ActSTOP ActSTOP
STOP HITORMISS METHOD METHODPreliminary METHODPreliminary METHODPreliminary
Preliminary Appropriation at Disposal Disposalof
of Agricultural Department Bring Bringing BriDging Bringing ¬
ing Good Return ReturnScientific ReturntSelentUlc ReturnScientific
Scientific inspection and grading of ofgrains oltft8 ofgiIne
grains tft8 which will eliminate eIImI the tMmnt ele elements dements ¬
ments of gtMM g gutsu w work workand rlc and ep sf < < euiaUra euiaUraand eulau n nand
and it Is J freely rY charged fraud that thathave tuthav8 thathave
have entered into this business but is 1 soon soonto aGOAto soonto
to be established by b the Department DepArt at atAgriculture atAgriculture ofAgriculture
Agriculture AgricultureIt
It will be another task fully as large largeas lar3etlNLt largeas
as that of meat Inspection InA Ion lately impoed im imposed lm1IOMd ¬
posed Congress COftKlt at Its recent session sessionappropriated sessionappropriated son sonappropriated
appropriated an item of 11 1600 for mak making makIng k ktnI ¬
ing Investigations to determine a scion scientific MClenttAe sciontitle ¬
title method of grading In and inspecting inspectinggrain IlUIJMICtiaggnt Inspectinggrain
grain gnt so that uniformity urdtormlt shall ball be betaWbed es established establiehd ¬
tablished and so that American ca inspec inspection tnepecllhall tnspectiea ¬
tion < < shall mean the same as inspection inspectionIn
In other countries countrt also and especially especiallywith eepeeIaIl1with especiallywith
with reference reteren e to assuring urInJr that the thegrain thegrain thegrain
grain raiser r shall halt get an honest hoD gradingand grading gradingand arra4I arra4Iand
and be paid what his WI grain 1a is really reallyworth reallyworth reallyworth
worth worthThe worthThe worthThe
The business hwIt of grading grains nJu is ispractically IaprcUcaUy ispractically
practically a monopoly MIOD POIy at present of ofthe otthe ofthe
the State of Minnesota because beca the thegreat tb tbsrMl thegreat
great primary wheat markets Jtetll are hi hithat Iathat inthat
that State In a sensational tIe 1 speech eta hut hutwinter Ja8twinter lastwinter
winter Senator HcCumber J C1ha1 er Of North Da Dakota Dakota Dakota ¬
kota declared that the Inspection of the theState theStat theState
State Stat of Minnesota was utterly worth worthI YOrtbj worthless
I leas and a lad dishonest d and that by b It wheat wlMatrl wheatraisers
I raisers rl were robbed of many mtlllens mlllicesannually mtlllensannually lIlIeu lIlIeunnually
annually annuallyCharged annuallyCharged nnuallyCkuged
Charged Fraudulent Gradi hajjI GratingThe hajjITh z zThe >
The Th Senator Sen tor made some remarkable remarkablestatements remarkablestatements
I Istatements
statements He gave the record of eel certain eeltaln revlain ¬
lain elevators year by b year ear showing showtoathat ahowIacthat showingthat
that many millions more of the theJr high highgrade hie hiegrade
grade Jr de of grains 1 were sold out of these theseelevators ueelvator the theelevators
elevators than were w re recorded reco eII as goingInto going goinginto an anInto
into them whit wblW on the other baadmany handmany hand handmany
many millions mUlto more of low lowwnt grade grains grainswent grainswent
went into them than eam came out The ex explanation explnatlon explanallon ¬
planation was that grain was un undergraded 118dfrJrladed uadergraded
dergraded in buying and therefore the theraiser theraiser theraiser
raiser got less l than It was u worth when whensold whensold
sold it was graded fully up to Its real realcharacter rwJcharacter realcharacter
character and frequently above bove As II a aresult aresult aresult
result American grades are discounted discountedabroad 41aeountedabroad discountedabroad
abroad and nd honestly graded a4ed American Americanwheat s swheat
wheat heat brings less In Europe than equal equally equally equally
ly good wheat wh t from other countries countriesThe countrt countrtThe counl rles rlesThe
The McCumber speech caused a great greatsensation poeateUon greatsensation
sensation and nd largely larpJ as a result of it itthe itthe I
the UL000 16000 appropriation was put into intothe Intothe I
the agricultural rteultural appropriation bilL tn tnder rnder Under
der this Secretary Wilson has named namedtwo namedtwo namedtwo
two experts to conduct experiments and andInvestigations andInvNUptiona andinvestigations
Investigations They Th 1 are re Leslie K Fits Fitswho Fitswho
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who will do his hi work at Baltimore andClyde and andClycte j jClyde
Clyde E Letghty Le hty who will be stationed stationedat
at Now Orleans OrleansGrading OrleauGraiiBI OrleansGrading
Grading Guesswork Ge work New NewQraln NewGrain NewGrain
Grain inspection and grading 1It is now nowa nowtier nowa
a matter tier guessing individual judg Jucl Jucllllent judgment j jment
ment and personal opinion Expert Expertnce Experience j jence
ence nce however has led to the deduction deductionof
of the general rule that the Inspector Inspectorwill lupeetorwill Inspectorwilt I
will never grade e it too high when he heis heS heis
is S buying bu7kt or too low when aelnngScientific selling IUD IUDSclenUftc < < I IScientific
Scientific apparatus is I now proposed proposedto propo I
to be substituted for this th1 hitormiss hitormissmethod V Vmethod
method To determine for Instance the theproportion j jproportion I I IIon
proportion Ion of moisture a device has been beenInvented 1M beeninvented > en eninvented
Invented that will answer wer the question questionaccurately questionaccurately I Iccurately
accurately in fifteen minutes Iautell Any An ap apparatus apparala apparatus ¬
paratus heretofore used required about abouta abouti aboutia i ia
a day and was not so accurate and andanyhow andanyhow i inyhow
anyhow it wasnt used by b the inspec inspectors InsPfCtbra Inspectors ¬
torsThe tors tbraThe
torsThe The movement for Federal supervis supervision j I IIon
Ion cf the whole business of inspecting inspectingand inspectinland inspectingand
and grading grain is gaining 1nInK strength strengthThere strengthThere tren th thThere
There is little doubt now that legisla legislation legialaUon ecIiaUon ¬
Uon will be pressed in the next Contress Con Congress Conere ¬
tress ere by the Senators and Congressmen Congressmenrom Cooleumenfrom Congressmenfrom
from rom the grain States Stat to have this thiswhole thiswhole thiswhole
whole bustneee put under a bureau of ofthe i ithe i ithe
the Department of f Agriculture AgricultureBEES j jBEES
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BEES INVADE KITCHEN KITCHENPOLICEMAN KITCHENPOLICEMAN KITCHENPOLICEMAN
POLICEMAN TO RESCUE RESCUECHICAGO RESCUECHICAGO RESCUECHICAGO
CHICAGO Ill Sept S iA A swarm of ofbees ofbe ofbees
bees be in Oak Park Improved a shining shininghour shininghour hlnlngbour
hour yesterday by taking taklft possession of ofthe orthe ofthe
the kitchen of Mrs Ira Earl C Dodd 320 320South 3mSouth 320South
South Sixtyfourth avenue Mrs Dodds Doddsas Doddsa DoddaRas
Ras as a in the kitchen and the bees ob objected objected objected ¬
jected to her presence She was at attacked Attacked attacked ¬
tacked by the full strength of the honey honeymakers honeymakers honeymakers
makers and stung tu severely verel on the arms armsand armsnd armsand
and nd shoulders A policeman was gam gammoned stIrnmooed sommonad ¬
mooed and with head covered he groped gropedhis groptdh gropedhiis
his h way into the kitchen where he hesmoked heSMOked hesmoked
smoked the invaders Invade out with sulphur
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The best advice to be given to toany toany toany
any young man is to save saveEconomy saveEconomy saveEconomy
Economy is is easy to practice practiceonce practiceonce practiceonce
once you acquire the habit extrava extravagance extravagance extravagance ¬
gance is expensive expensiveand and delay is iscostly iscostly iscostly
costly costlyStart costlyStart costlyStart
Start saving today Let one dol dollar dollar dollar ¬
lar open an account It will be the thenucteus thenucleus
nucleus of maybe a fortuneMoney fortune fortuneMoney fortuneMoney
Money accumulates rapidly once it itbegins itbegins itbegins
begins beginsThe beginsThe beginsThe
The 3 per cent interest we pay payhelps payhelps payhelps
helps on the good worklliEine work work7th workHome
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Brings Him Good GoodLuck GoodLuckSO Luck LuckSo
So He H Chose That Day of the Month to toI toMove toMove
I Move Into the New Railroad Quarters Quartersin
in the Central Building
3 BAiTTMORJB o Sept ept fThe Baltimore Baltimoreand BaJttmore01do Baltimoreand
and Olio Railroad 1ta roM Company announced announcedtoday announcedtoday ou0ee4 ou0ee4todar
today that it will occupy its I new cen cattal central central ¬
tral building on the northwest corner cornerof comerof cornerof
of Charles Chari and Baltimore Bald streets on onnext onaxt onnext
next Thursday September Sepe aMr 13 U This hla date datewas datewu datewas
was elected by President t Oscar G Mur Murray Xurra1 Murray ¬
ray who In choosing it cast aside all allsuperstitions allsuperstitions 11 11supentltiold
superstitions and IMI declared that the thir thirteenth thlrtetlDtb thirteenth ¬
teenth had always been his lucky day dayMr da daMr dayMr
Mr Murray is really lIy disappointed be because beea because ¬
cause ea September U does doe not fall on Fri Friday J1rtday Friday ¬
day If the building build I had been completed completedat complet completat
at the tb time originally ori InaJly set it would probably prob probably probabl ¬
abl ably have been occupied on a a Friday Fridayand FrleI1and Fridayand
and the thirteenth thlrteenthoo joo Several evera1 monthsago months monthsago JDOfttbllIt
ago It was w announced that the struc structure stJrUCture structure ¬
ture wquld be turned over to the railroad railroadcompany rallr0a4COIIIy railroadcompany
company about July Jul 1 Plans were then thenmade ueaJIIa4e thenmade
made to move In and had not unexpect unexpected ¬
ed delays occurred It would likely nave Ita havebeen navebeen ve vebeen
been occupied OfCIpI on Friday July 15 15Firat 1 1PhIIt 1Firm
Firm Job M Thirteen ThirteenThat T1drtHfttltnIat Tldrteentih TldrteentihThat
That IS has been conspicuous eo apleUOUll in Mr MrMurrays MrMurra1 MrMurrays
Murrays Murra1 career can be seen by anyone anyonewho anyOIMwIto anyonewho
who reads r a sketch of his life He wasnt wasntI W8A1Jttbona wasntborn
I born on the thirteenth but he was ap appointed appoIo appointed ¬
pointed poIo to his ftrat Job on January II IIim
im In that year ear he became ticket Ucketagent ticketnt ticketagent
agent nt of the Galveston OaIv U n Houston and andHenderson andHeaclenoo andHenderson
Henderson railroad at Galveston Tex TexHe TuBe
He 14 held this position eight years y and andsix andIIlx andsix
six months JBoat 8 all to IS days d when he was wasmade wutant wasmode
made assistant tant general 1 passenger npr agentLater agent agentLater t tLater
Later he became assistant atant general generalfreight lrene1fht generalfreight
freight agent pnt and still later general Ke CraJ
TYPHOID EPIDEIIG EPIDEIIGFORGE EPIfiEMIDFORGE EPIEMIUFORDE
FORGE NOW NU SPENT SPENTSix
Six new cases of typhoid fever were wererecorded werereoorded wererecorded
recorded st t the Health Department yes yesterday 1esterday yesterday ¬
terday a jump of five over 0 Friday Fridaymalting Fridaymaldn Fridaymaking
malting maldn r a total of 742 cases c fo the en entire es estire 1 1tire ¬
tire year On September 8 1MB the thetotal tbeIOta thetotal
total was fJ7 cases S of which td were werereported werereported werereported
reported on It that day The outlook now nowcoupled no noeoupled nowcoupled
coupled with the fact that lornir l onror the thepast thep thepast
past p week the dally record has been beengenerally beenlreaera1y beengeneraly
generally lower than for the correspond correspondweek co correspondweek d dweek
week of last year Indicates Indlcat that the thefever thefever
fever is in a measure lessening lesseningThere lN8enID1rThere lesseningThere
I
There are now 300 c cases of the f fever vr
freight and passenger paaae aovMit Later in inthe Inthe Inthe
the year 1111 MM he was wa appointed general generalfreight sn generalfreight rat ratfrellfht
freight and Del passenger agent t of the Gulf GulfColorado GullCol GulfColorado
Colorado Col and Bante Fe road rose In De Ikcomber December Decenaber ¬
comber lam be was made traffic manager man manager maftof ¬
ager of the Missouri Pacific lines IrTexas in inTexas j n nTexu
Texas and teter iJ te on was traffic tra manager managerof malUUof managerof
of the Texas and ad Pacific railroad railroadThirteaH railroadThirtex railroadTMrtsea
ThirteaH Cepiee Csep3c ees ia i His Life LifeOn LifeOn LifeOn
On September 6 IMS u he h was made madefreight ma madefreight ft ftfretaht
freight traffic manager of a all I the M1 M1souri Mjtt Mjttsourt f fMUrt
souri Pacific lines at t St t Louie Lou From FromUK Frmlto Fromlf10i
UK to UK he was w freight traffic man manager m mAager < A Aer ¬
ager er of the Cincinnati Indianapolis Indianapolisand
and Chlcagorallway and Its It successorthe successor successorthe SUfOCf 8nr 8nrtbe
the Cleveland elaad Cincinnati Chicago ana anaSt Anlat antSt
St Louis Lou and the Chesapeake and Ohio Ohioand Ohioand Ohioand
and from 101 to ISM was second vice vicepresident vloepre8icleDt vicepresident
president of the same system On Feb February Ffbroar February ¬
ruary roar 15 UN I he was made I4e first vtc vtcpresident vice vicepresident Ie Iepre
president pre t ent of the Baltimore and otm Ohuand otmand DIIIInd
and nd on February 9 of the < am < time < > y Yoir Yoirhe yerhe ar arhe
he became one of the receivers for the theproperty th thproperty hI hIproperty
property On December 27 IMS be h wan wanelected wueleeted waselected
elected president presidentIn nt nt1a
In looking < < over the ofHoes held by byMr hyfr byMr
Mr fr Murray since b M first entered tn tnrailway the theranwa tierailway <
railway ranwa field it will be found that they theytotal the thetotal theytotal
total thirteen Thtrteea Is said to have havealso ha havealso ve ve4cured
also flawed largely 1 In the numbers of ofsafe orate ofsafe
safe deposit boxes box he has held in trust trustcompany trudcom truetcompany
company com vaults at various times arl arlin an1In an t tin
in the number of his ala office in various variousbuildings variOluaulldla variousbuildings
buildings aulldla In numerous nu te1OtM other ways thir thirteen thlrt thirteen ¬
teen t has au been 1 eea conspicuous In Mr Mur Murrays Murra Murrays ¬
rays ra life Si and be has the very kindest kindestfeeling kJDdtfeeltDp kindestfeelings
feeling toward the number
tinder treatment In the District the theexact theexact theexact
exact number as on September 8 1905 1905Six 19Ax 1905Six
Six x recoveries have been reported within withinthe wltblntheMUIt withinthe
the theMUIt past twentyfour hours and DO DOdeaths t1Gdatu nodeaths
deaths Three of the new cases have havebeen hanbeen havebeen
been removed to Freedmans Hosoital Hosoitalfor HOlJnltaltor Hosoitatfor
for treatment treatmentMT t treatmentMT tment tmentMT
MT VERNON TRAIN ROBBERY ROBBERYUNSOLVED ROBBERYUNSOLVED ROBBERYUNSOLVED
UNSOLVED BY THE POLICE POLICENo
No arrests have been made in connection connec connection connf > c cUOft ¬
tion with the robbery of the th MU Vernon Vernontrain Vernontrain Vernontrain
train last Thursday morning JDOrnJ C about 3 3oclock iocloek 4oclock
oclock when a tin box filled with the thecompanys thecompaDya thecompanys
companys returns from conductors and andagents anienta andagents
agents enta mysteriously disappeared The TheWashington Th ThWaahmton TheWashington
Washington police are cooperating cooperatingwith eooperatingwith cooperatingwith
with the Alexandria Alex = ndrla count county authorities authoritiesin
in an effort to clear up the the case < 81K Th Ththeory Thi Thitheory
theory is I that the box with the money moneywas moneyaWien moneywas
was stolen before the train left the sta station St4 St4Uon staLion ¬
Lion
r 12th Annual September SeptemberFurniture SeptemberFurniture
Fiirnifiifj i Furniture ill lllllil I IThe Sale SaleThe Saler
The Story r of How w Furniture FurnitureWe FurnitureWa urns ure
Wa as Bought Under ner Price PriceOa
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We closed out at materially
less than cost any any number of sam sample sample sample ¬
ple pieces that had been made up upflEp
by the manufacturers and foundto found foundto foundriiI
flEp riiI I a to be too expensive in construc construction construction construction ¬
tion to come down in price to totheir toPURNITURE totheir
their proper commercial value valueIn valuer valueIn
Oa PURNITURE r URNITUEretail In other words theyd have to toretail toretail
retail for more money mooe y than a abuyer aIlLE aP1
P1 buyer would be willing to give giveIn giveJJI giveIn
JJI IlLE E In other instances the factories factoriesproduced factoriesproduced factoriesproduced
produced more samples than theircapacities their theircapacities theircapacities
capacities would allow them to tofill tofill
fill stock orders on in a season seasonThese seasonThese seasonThese
These were discontinued and we webought webought webought
bought them Study the list Youll find reductions in some cses visesof csesof csesof
of onehalf onehalfin in other cases onefifth onefourth and onethird Qual Qualities Qualities Quaides ¬
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