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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 25,' 1912.
SAVED; ONE DIES
IN ASYLUM FIRE
.Wild Panic Follows Rescue
. of Crazed Inmates
NEW YOKK. Nov. !S.-Otie Insane
!! W bUmcd to .tenth arnrra .!
JJscued by heroic attendants, and l.COO
uirown imo panic by a fire that de
stroyed tWO hlllMfnfTH nf ll KillfiatvlnU
Home for Feeble Minded Children, at
The scenes that followed tho removal
of the goo patlenti from the main build
In were Indescribable, The cries of
tho terrified men and women wero
echoed from Louden Hall and the Long
j nana Home, In which Institutions
MOO more patients were becoming un
manageable. One Man's Life Lost.
All building of tho three Institution!
caught Are repeately, but only the
Annex and Cottage were destroyed. It
U there that death and peril and hero
The man who was killed Frits Mon
rdy, of Brooklyn had been rescued
from the Annex, with tho sixty other
patients quartered there. The rescuing
guardi had groped their way through
black smoke to find the frightened men
and women, some of whom tried to hide!
In the burning structure. Fifteen, help
lesi on coti, had been found, and the
half-stifled attendants had lifted these
cots with the patients on them and had
carried them to safety.
Monrady had watched the final res
cuer while standing under guard out
side. Suddenly he leaped forward, Just
as the upper floors of the three-story
frame structure went down Into a seeth
ing flame-pit. He ran for the door
frame that stood outlined against a
background of Are. Before pursuing
, guards could overtake him he hail
rushed through that fearful portal and
Went Back After Canary.
An attendant said that the madman
nal left a pet canary tho only thing ho
loved In Its cago In the dormitory. It
Is believed he was trying to rescue the
The other patients who broke from
the lines were rounded up soon after
ward. Superintendent Markham mid
last night that all had been accounted
There were fifteen boys In the cottige
when the fire reached that structure.
Again the courageous, but nearly ex
hausted, guards took their lives In
their hands and brought out the piti
fully frightened children.
By the time the Amltyvllte fire ap
paratus arrived. It was plain that tho
two structures were doomed, and all
work was centered on the main build
ing, which was now on fire.
Water Supply Inadequate.
But when the lines were laid 1: was
found that the water supply was ut
terly inadequate, and only by des
perate work wero they able to save tho
Meanwhile, the staff of Loudon Hall
and the Long Island Home had a
doubly dangerous problem to face. Ono
was to quench the Urea that started
every five minutes on the roofs. The
other was to quell tho panic of the
Bucket brigades managed to save the
building, but tor a time It seemed that
the terrified inmates would have to be
led out to join the almost uncontrollable
crowd from the Brunswick Home. As
the fire died down, however, the dis
order grew less, and It wus not found
necessary to empty the buildings.
The fire Is supposed to have started
from a defective electric light wire In
the celling of the dormitory.
The loss Is estimated at 17.200.
Mother of Six Taken
To Asylum Hospital
On the suggestion of Captain Elliott
and the police of the Tenth precinct,
the attention of the board of children's
guardians la to be called to the plight
of the six children of Mrs. Grace Allen,
colored, of S17 Uarrv place northwetit.
Mrs. Allen was taken from her homii
to the Washington Asylum Hospital
yesterday, tho pollco charging that sliu
Is Insane. Neighbors called In the police
because of her alleged peculiar actions.
The six children, ranging In age from
one to fourteen years, are being cared
for by a neighbor, Lily Stewart, of slu
Barry place. The father. It Is alleged,
has left the fumllv without support lor
a year, and Is out of this Juilsdlctlon.
"TRUST BUSTING' HAS
HELPED THE SOUTH
Price of Tobacco Paid Growers By New Competitive Buy
ing Double That of Former Years No increase
The price of tobacco has doubled.
Not the price to the consumer who
buys It by the packet or the can or
tho plug, but tho price paid for tho
leaf to the growers of the South Tho
price of tobacco has doubled within tho
last six months, and the statement of
that fact Is the opening of a story that
brings golden hope to many an old
Commonwealth and promises vast
changes In the lives of their people.
Last year, and for inany years before
last year, the selling price to tho
grower of ordinary tobacco for plug and
pipe stood at an average of & cents
the pound; today that price has gone
to I'M cents, and It promises to stay
Last week a farmer of North Caro
lina sold to the buyeri In Winston
Salem the tobacco grown on one acre
for $1,700. and In every marketing cen
ter of the South the buyers are watch
ing prices climb with the feeling that
they have not yet reached tho top.
Competition Is Keen.
Last year, before the American To
bacco Company had been dissolved by
thef) order of the Supremo Court, the
warehoused reserves! of tobacco stocks
were high, the American Tobacco Com
pany had on hand 20,000,000 pounds of
cured leaf. Today the reserve stocks
have diminished and the competition for
the new growths Is sharp. Also It
seems that this competition Is an ac
tual fact because the dissolution order
of tho court was substantial and far
reaching In Its effects and where pre
viously the growers had only one chief
customer to sell to they now have four
and those four are In the market to
bid against each other.
When the order of the Supreme Court
dissolving the American Tobacco Com
pany was first made known there was
an Inclination to take It In a cynical
spirit. It was regarded, without any
disrespect for the decision of the court,
as an order that could never become
actually effective. It was thought that
the heads of tho trust would find some
way of getting round It or some de
vice or secret understanding by which
It could be evaded. Public opinion had
become so Inured to the methods of
the trust, and the successful way In
which other trusts have tscaped the law
for vears. that people did not Imagine
that the four concerns which had origi
nally pooled their properties to form the
trust would have to do business s ac
tively Independent and competing enter
prises. Unexpected Has Happened.
But In this case tho unexpected has
hnppcned again, and the grower of the
South has four big and alert customcis
for his leaf whero previously he had
only one, and that one able to make his
own price. The competition of those
four big buyers has become keen; they
are each taking caro of their own Indi
vidual Interests, and the price the
farmer Is getting for tho leaf has dou
bled In some kinds of tobacco and
tripled In others, and quadrupled In
others According to reliable reports
the Increase Is actual: It Is general and
widespread In Its churuclcr, and the
growers of the South are faced by a
new prosperity that will bo as big as
tho biggest kind of Western boom, and
ns substantial ns tho Income from first
class resl estate. ,
An.t ihern 111 no Drobabllltv of Incrcasu
In the price of finished tobacco to the
ultimate consumer, because the differ
ence between the old price of the leaf
and the new price can easily bo taken
raro of out of the profits of the manu
facturers. Tho leaf tobacco of tho liner
kind for which tho manufactuicr pays,
for Instance, tl goes to the ultimate
consumer at IB. and though many costs
and profits have to bo taken account of
In the "slack" between tno tl and the
$5, there Is still an ample margin, even
at the highest prices of tho raw product,
to make the business of manufacturing
Companies Bid for Crop.
When the American Tobacco Com
pany was dissolved at tho beginning
of the present year by order of tho
Supreme Court, It consisted of five big
concerns, the Lcggett and Myers Com
pany, tne American Tobacco Company,
Lortllard and Company, It. J. lleynolds
and Comoanv. and tho United Clear
Stores Company. There were a number
of "subsidiary" companies conccrntu
In the production of tin foil, packets,
cans, and tho other accessories of vend
ing tobacco to tho retail trade. Tho
order of the Court dissolved that com
bination, the organizations chiefly con
cerned were put back to where tney
were before tho trust was consolidated,
and now tho Leggctt and .Myers Om
nn .. Amrifnti Tonucco Coinnany.
Loriliard and Company, 11. J. Reynolds
and Company and tho United Cigar
Rinra. rnmnnnv are In the buying lluid
separately competing foi tho raw ma
terial of their business for tho product
of tho tobacco farmer.
And the tobacco farmer has suddenly
becomo the beneficiary of tho change
In a way that Is said to bo so istartl In
that ho has not realised Its Immensity.
Hut tho buors are there In the fleld.
The prices havo doubled and trebled
and quadrupled. The crop that wo
iatlrnated at nlnety-tlve million dollais.
In promising mis year "" .-'"' ',,"
about tho same quantity to bring the
farmers a suni that Is said to be eon
servatlvely estimated at ono hundred
and ninety million dollars.
The statement of these figures has
been made from a reliable source. They
have the character of authenticity. They
aro supported by a Btatenunt made by
Attorney General Wlckersham on No
vember 13. where he said to the Finance
Forum of the West Side oune Mens
Christian Association, of New York.
'The price of raw materials has been
distinctly affected by the dissolution
order of the Supreme Court, lloth to
bacco leaf and crude oil sell at much
higher prices, since the unification of
substantially all the buyers has been re
moved, than they sold at nrovlously.
The Tobacco farmer of the South
has now. It seems, an open market for
his product, and the greatly increased
price that he Is getting leaves a sub
stantial pi of It for the manufacturer.
CLIMB ENTRIES TO
Details Completed For First
Annual Event on Thanks
By HARRY WARD.
Practically all the details have been
completed for the first annual hill climb
or tho National Capital Motorcyclo
Club Thanksgiving morning. The climb
will start promptly nt 10 o'clock, and all
the, entries must bn In by tomorrow
night. Kucli competitor must weigh not
less than IIS pounds and must rldi a
strictly stock machine. In addition, the
riders are expected to furnish tho ref
eree with a manufacturer's catalogue)
of tho machine they use, wherein must
be shown the bore, stroke and the pis
ton displacement of tho machine.
Thomas O. Wansleben, official repre
sentative of the Federation of American
Motorcyclists for the District of Cc
lumbla, will ofllclato as referee, while
the timers will be C. H. Cross and F.
Naylor's hill, In Anacostla, where
tho climb will be held, was Inspected
yesterday by members of the club,
and fpund to be In excellent condition.
It Is expected fast tlmo will be made
by the riders In the several events.
The fact that It has been decided to
hold an nutomobllo show In Convention
Hall, February 3 to 8, is of more than
naaslna- Intnreet to the motorists of tho
city. Naturally, tho show holds great
interest for tne automoDiie dealers, as
well as those handling accessories of
Chairman T. Oliver I'robey and his
associates are determined to make tho
forthcoming exhibition the largest
and best ever held here, and as they
have over two months In which to
frepare for the show It Is believed
hey will be able to produce an ex
hibition that will compare favorably
with the New York and Philadelphia
Officer of tho show committee were
opened today In Itoom 295 Woodward
building, where Chairman I'roboy has
a force of clerks ready to mnke the
space assignments. "There will bo
no drawing for space," said Chair
man Prot-ey, "but those, who make tho
first applications will be given tho
TO COST JEN CENTS
Hens Are Not Doing Their Duty
In Production of
The humble egg sandwich, exact com
plement of the unassuming nickel, and
mainstay of the reporter chorus girl,
when she la buying her own food, shop
girl, and all whose appetites demand the
most filling subitance for the most mi
nute price, has taken on an air of pride
and arrogance and will, after December
1 demand a lo-cent outlay before It can
be used for breakfast.
The reason given for the Increase of
100 per cent Is that the hens have ceased
to come across with customary regu
larity and produce only eggs enough to
satisfy the cold storage, companies with
a profit commensurato with the 10-ccnt
IS READY TO OUST
STANDARD OIL CO.
German Federal Council Has
Already Approved Pro
DEllLIN, Nov. 25. Tho first thing the
axil,.!....,,., m.III ft.A aatA.t til Al WllM It
meets ufter a six monthi' recesi nt
noon Tuesday win oe to pass m hoy-
.ta..ia kin Mititni. tha uta.nAa.rA Oil
Company out cf buslnes! In Germany
by creating a governmem-coniruiicu
monopoly. The bundersrat. or federal
council, has already approved the nlll.
The Standard which own! 116,000,000
worm oi properly in " - -
yet given up the fight. The newspapers
It controls have hinted that there might
be "reprisals" by the United States.
The German government thinks not.
. ... . ..... .,. . ....a la lAn llfl
lis view is tnai tnu ""-- - -popular
at home to get the backing or
any American Administration.
J" vw f J&.thrwten.ng Balkan
wlll be asked to vote more money for
military aeia nvi ui.
Husband Seeks Divorce.
A suit for an absolute .divorce was
'. I" h Dl'trlct Supreme Court to-
I any BKainsi w"i wiv, UT T7. ,-
comber 3. 1910. W. A. Coombe Is at
torney for the husband.
Admitted to Bar
Four attorneys. Including United
States Attorney John Philip Hill, of
Baltimore, wero admitted to the local
bar by tho District Supreme Court In
general session, today. They were ad
mitted on motion of William Henry
Dennis. Tho attorneys besides Mr. Hill were J.
Frank qrant, of West Virginia: Charles
II, Jennings, of the Department of Jus.
tlce. and Samuel J. Katxberg, of New
Washington's Social and Musical Event of
..-.. . 'he Season.
TONIGHT AT I"sglvlg MatUee.
IVnilHI. IH "'Regular Mat. Katardar.
TME DC KOVEN OPERA CO.
(Daniel V. Arthur, Mgr.)
Oraad Opera star Cast la
purls Abott. Florence Wlckham. Waller
Hyde, Herbert Walerou. Carl dantvoort,
Oo. Frolhlngham, Paulino Hall. Edwin
Cesspaay of 100. Orchestra of 4.
Telephone Orders Suspended.
33. Seat L Than.
-"" wfanMMjr ana Bsiurasy.
Charles Kreksaaa Preseata
'&& Peter Pan
No Mill or Phone Orders.
' ' actatrafif.Y. V 4:10
Josef Hlraasky, Coadaetor.
NUCHA. KLMAN. Satotat
Prlret. I to. I! 00. II. CO. 11 no. r int....
Smith's. 1OT P street.
Spanish War Veterans
Plan Annual Campfire
The annual campflro of Richard J.
Harden Camp. No. 2. United Spanish
War Veterans, will be held Wednesday
night at Eagles' Hall, Sixth and E
streets northwest. It Is expected that
at least 400 veterans will attend.
Department Commander Jero A. Cos
tello und his staff will attend. A musl
tal program will bo given una refresh
ments served. The commltte In charge
of the entertainment Is composed of
Alexander C. McKelvey. J. J. Harvey,
llenjamln L. Tubman, Daniel V. Chls
holm, W. A. Dowllng, C. E. Monnlngcr,
J. A. Gallagher, E. K. Dlckcl, Albert
Kulle, and W. 1. Kcnncr.
Medical Corps Major
Ordered To Balkans
Major Powell C. Fauntlroy, Medical
Corps, U. S. A., has been directed to
proceed to Vienna, whence ho will go to
the scene of the Ilalkan war to observe
methods of caring for the sick and
wounded. The State Department has
made application for permission to send
I nrmv and medical observers to the sent
I of war. It Is expected that this per
mission will havo been received by tho
time Major Fauntleroy reaches Vienna.
Of Coal to Be Probed
Special Examiner Ward Prouty, of
h In(ersln.tn Commerce Commission,
will look Into the coal situation In New
England this week. The specific com
plaint before him Is that of overcharg
ing shippers ns a result of lax methods
In weighing coal and other commodities.
Investigation has been made which
show'ed thut in some Instances freight
was weighed whllo cars wero moving
over huge platform scales with ery lit
tle attempt at uccufacy.
Mrs. Taft Learns Golf;
May Revive Women's Play
Mrs. Taft Is now n rival of the Presi
dent In his favorite pastime, golf. Tho
wife of tho President appeared on the
Chovy Chaso links In company with
Mrs Laughlln, of Pittsburgh, yesterday
morning. . ...
Mrs. Taft showed much aptitude for
the game, Mrs. Laughlln being an ex
pecrt player and nn able Instructor.
Few women havo plaved golf recently
nt Chevy Chase, nnd It Is expected
that Mrs. Taft's entrance Into tho
game wil revive Its popularity.
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Attractions Equalling the S: Tlieatrra.
Dally Mats:, Oe. Eves. ISc. UK. Tic.
Prices Not Increased Thanksslvlng
Matinee All SaMtm 25. Th tM.i
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laaen Tom mrm. Temples Tele
ram." Henry Cllve's "Spirit Paint
rngs." the Riddle of the Century.
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"THE TRAINED Nlllisfcff" n,
pany of Eighteen. Other Acts.
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The Show of Dash and Beauty.
THE MERRY MAIDENS
Presenting HARRY FIELDS, the Hebrew
Funster; Lllla Breaaaa and Blanche Cur
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