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THE .WASHINGTON TIMES. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1912.
i -T THE NATIONAL
, . . ,, , . - , (
Rttnia DontutFrom Metro-
''polltin Will Give '
"-. '. , Concert.
' . Aim OlxxeV, prlma"donna- from
the Metropolitan, will give, program
of great Interest to miiale lovers who
fte appears 'at the National Theater to
morrow afternoon at -t : o'clock. The
unusual vcrMtUUy of this artist makes
bar equally grat ln: opera or concert f
Ad her work la finished In every deUil.
Is), addition to a lyrlo voice, or treat
beauty, she .possesses In a remarkable
degree the peraonal oharm and mag
netism that win the IniUnt admiration
t her most critical and exacting 'audi.
Htr. program will embrace many se
lections new to the concert-going pub
Mo. .and will Include: "Air from As
tarta," oiuck; "Roealeln auf der
HaUen," Beethoven; "Rldenta la calma
J Warming." Moaartj "Llebeafelfer,"
JUx Wdngartner; "Ich armet etnea
MMaaduft" Qustav Mahler; "Eln
kahr,". Blchard Btrauu; "Rsyche,"
PaladUke; "Bergere aux champs."
"Weekerlhi; "Bohemian Cradle Song."
aMtana; "Peasant's Bong," Rachman
inoff: "Chanson Triste," Zlmballst;
Caattacti Indoue from the legend,
"Uko." and "Shepherd Lehl," Rlmsky
Korsakoff: "Allah." Chad wick: "The
Wck Bird." Parker: "Chimes." Wor
rstl: "From the Land of the sky-blue
Wirter," cadman; "Bed. Red Rose,"
, Cotttnet; etc
Mr. Charles Trowbridge Tlltman will
be I the soloist at the concert of the
WaaWngt'on symphony Orchestra on
TsJeaday afternoon at the Columbia
Theater. Mr. Tlttman Is the counsel
tor the orchestra, but has had the best
training under well-known teachers fo.
the oast ttn years. His voted Is a basso
profundo. and he was a pupil of the
Ufa Alfred Oiraudet.
.The soloist will be heard In the two
fim.f!itrc!n Mosarfs "Die Zauber
flpta," "Oh lata und Osiris, and "in
dleeen HeU'gen Itallen."
As a memorial to Jules Massenet,
wo died during the past summer, the
orchestra, under the direction of Heln
rich Hammer, will present the over
ly? to "Phedre." and scenes "Hon
Jjolaes," by Massenet. Schubert's sym.
52"3f No. 8, In B minor, often re
SSSr..tP tne "Unfinished Sym
phony," Is the first number by the or-
T.- Arthur Smith's ticket agency.
Ml sell UnM..
arrrrr'" , isjr
2SP..I .. J"iv"J.n Informal piano
witalit..tb5 hooL Mr. Hop
Was wll be assisted bv Hk Pom
SSSST J.l?n'?l1 .f BIMmore. who la
Prominent In that city ac ulto soloist
i ii ai buuieran unurcn.
-..concrt for the benefit of the
imES.J'V? rSnd Ltne Concordia
JflHlfi" .H?urch.' Bt Twentieth and U
Sf?iJ!.rthw.?.t' w" alven on Thurs
JjT "iBht of the past week. A pro-EinLL-t,we,vc
".umbers Including or
attn selections, solos and soncs bv the
obolr. under the direction of Raphael
5rt H,0,er' musical director ..of the
gAJ52!LG,any'r!,n' announce the
rogram of that club'a second musicals.
STbeftiven at the club house tonlaht.
SiKlKr"-0!- organliaUon. and the
iS.iT? t .. .? ioiiows: con
tjalto solo. Mrs. Koonta: cornet iota
franx; Bernard; soprano solo. Mrs. Mil.
OIO. A11PA TTIII .. --
Ahur Middle ton; darlnet'solo. Alfred
SAH'B'ru2?.0 '??:- Ku?ene Walte,-
THE STOCK'MArXkET OTHEWEEk
"The folio wing .'table, allows '.(he weVe highest, lowest, and efoflng.prlcas.
Individual sates and net ehas".of secarittes sold on .the Hew Tork, moc
Exchange laat.' weaV. High a 'low' are also given for,;the;fuU year.UU M
the year Mil to da,te: 'i,). , 7; i;, "
'JJmi "km. k - VTT Week'Bndlnf. Dec. 1, llt--
MlgbTLow. High. Low." ,. ' 1 aa.es untu 11. CK....cn
?& m m 4 ' Amal'amatd::lcopper W.T H 2P S-J
fSi SL ?- AmcA. Chem....r. ,. u zL
,JJ m ,nj" HH A..Beet gar..;..) :. . H Tp
lK 5.lEli !' A'BoetiBttgarPr.-i" s' 2& mu eafflaS
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ltd 1HU MS 1 1B Am k Aha A rdn. nr.. MO 1ST i U7- .. H
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ndry .... 4.M0 Wk KH '..-
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IttA ..A -. -Zi- iCi;llTT ' T " -- .
American 'car et yry. f'
ws Amencan .uotion uu 37
-f v fMWSTivfiii iv,arauimB see.... v Zmi sill
IU AnMriean IJaaaad
SO American 'Linseed,' pt-
Sl American LocoWollve ....
1M American Locomotive pr
a America! atalL'pr.
ra AtaMAAn niuiMiv f-Lveu 711a li
ifriiT Vri. ii..in nr l.lbn lMai 106 104
lb. An. nteltlna-if B JH4 ,
iti in.riun Tnii 12.100 aeik in 1
'IS- AmrrtcMT?Ml roundrv 1JUO St. M
per pr... S.W) sni
..... IT.fOO 19r4
Atehlapn'pr....H. 1... JJO Ml
Atlantie Coast Ulne MW 1H
Baldwin .Locomotive pfd. 107i
Baltimore ,Ohlo' uuno 107
American Tel. a. cable
American Tel. a. .Tel. .
Atnertcan' Woollen ....
American 'Woollen pr.
so so -1H
so to -1H
Baltimore -A' Ohio pfd .
setnienem steei u.w
Bethlehem .sneel Dfd J 4.U0
BMaklvn RanM Transit 1S.440 M SM H
Brunswick ...".: 080 S S
Catiuttluit Paelfle..'... IfiJOO tSOSU iSOSU aUL
Sentral of . New, Jersey MO 370 set STO S
entral Leather.. M SOU H -V
Central Leather, pfd. 000 NU S6
Chesapeake Ohio 1M0O tt tTP
Chicago, Alton 700 is
Chic. & Qreet Western J.7CO 17 17
Chic, Great Western, pfd..... 2.M0 sju K
Chic, Mil. a. St. Paul ,M Ut Ulfi
Chic, Mil. St. Paul, pfd.- 00 lCfi 1S
Chicago Northwest S.0M JlKH 1U5
C, C, C a. St. Louis ......... too S3 S1H
crc.. c, .ni. Louis pr ...... IO) is M
Chlno Cen. Copper SI.S36 7M
VMoraao ruei at iron 4.000
Colorado a. Southern 470
Consolidated, Oai S.400
Corn Products... 14.440
Com'Producta pf 3,000
Delaware a. Hudson MS
pel. Lack. west no UM4
Denver Rio Grande
Denver's. Rio Grande
Distilling Securities .7,
D., H.-S. ds A..:
K.tB. B. A. pr
wjy ua foni rowoer pr
40 Krle 2d pf. .'.
. STtt Federal Mnlng Smelt pr.
1014 Qeneral Chemical pr
IUH 143 IMH IBS General Electric Co
Bin a Ci General Motors ,
SMt 74H OMi 70H General Motors pr.
7 3H 6 '1. OoMOeld Consolidated ...
140 HI 143 1M Great Northern pr
13 S S3 S Great Northern Ore, subs
1S7& n! IK HV Homestake
13S 141H IMS Illinois Central
1SH tl 14 Interboro- Metropolitan .,
8 67 SMi Inter.-Metro. pf.
tOH 12SH 10S Internatlohal Harvester
IIS 121 lUtt inter. Harvester pr
li tk international t-aoer
tTU 4114 International Pa"er or .
34 lSVt Internat'onal Pump 3,400
84 74 International Pump pr boo
IS 1M Iowa Oentral 100
SlH z Kansas uny at mum too
.Charles D. Church has resigned his
position as tenor soloist In Bt. John"
Church, Georgetown, to accent a similar
position In St. Paul'a EpIsVopal Chureh
on Twenty-third street. -"urcn
Br. R. G. Davis has been appointed
be soloist of 8U Paul's Episcopal
Church on Twenty-third street
Kansas City A southern pfd.
Laclede Gaa 400 104
Lake Erie Western IOO 11
Lake Brie Wes'ern pfd 400 34
Lehigh Valley R. R. 45,000 17SH
Louls1l1e A Nashville 1,033 146
CHr wumpamca v1......... Ml tfll
May Drnartment Btores ..
Mercantile .Marine too
24 24 -1
S S -
IS 15 -2
M 81 -1
32 33 -IU
41 41 -2U
40 46 -S
31,100 13t 133 134 -3
1S.300 46 40 42T
10U)i IDE t
US 124 -1
, 111 TH
1 114 1
'An interestlnc and
was rendered last Friday evening. No-
''"" mpr. H5 oroica alanaoiin.
Banjo and Guitar Clubs, Walter T. Holt
director, under the auspices of the Boll
atano class at the Foundry M. E.
Church.' The clubs were ably assisted
by Miss Ethel Noble Johnson, soprano:
Maurlo . Jarvls, Impersonator; Dufour
Brown, feanjolst, and Miss A. E. Hill,
! At thla evening's service of the Church
of the Covenant, Eighteenth and N
atraeta and Connecticut avenue, at S
o'clock, the Evening Choir, under the
direction 01 cyuncy uoya wrichtson,
with Harvey Murray at the Organ, will
give the following musical program:
Organ prelude, "Andante from Sonata
MerbnHle Marine pfd...
Miami con Copper.,
Minn. et. uo'a
36. SS 1
171 171 -3
1(4 144 -2
87U C7U ti
200 131 131 -
T7 77 -3
J 4 4 - V4
20 11 18 1H
isi i-ini "J
4(1 37 41 28
ln.D. Minor." West: processional hymn
"Brightly uieams our Banner," Sulli
van; "Send Out Thy .Lleht." Gounod:
"Love Divine All Love Excelling." Le
Jenne; "God Shall Wipe Away All
Tears." Field: "Ten Thousand Times
Ten Thousand," Dykes; "Sevenfold
Amen." Stalner; "Organ Postlude In
A;" Battlshlll. t f mi
The Washington Oratorio Society now
numbers over 120 voice and la meeting
with remarkable success. The rehears
als are held on Monday evenings at x
o'clock 'n the chapel of the Church of
the' Covenant. The society will give
two periormancca 01 -inn nora oi
God," by Charles Gilbert Bproaa; one on
Vopday evening, January 6, and the
aecond on Wednesday evenln, January
8. Admission will be by Invitation only.
Soloists and further particulars will
tie announced later. Good voices are
always welcome at any of the re
The second matinee musical eive-
by TV r-ire. WolKungen. took place
laat Sunday afternoon In the studio hsl'
at 818 Fourteenth street. An entirely
operatic program was alven by Mrs
Susanne Ruthhardt, Bertha Millar, and
The rehedrsals for the von Weber
opera, "der Frelschuels," are In prog
ress but the chorus should be larirer.
Rehearsals are held every Wcdnesdav
at 8 o'clock, and are open to niests
upon application. The chorus will re
reive the same excellent training given
the "Faust" chorus last year.
Manufacturers who visit Washington
are showing great Interest In the
economic exhibits at the Nat'onal Mu
seum, which are now rapidly Increas
Ing In number and value. The latest
la a series of articles of commerce 'I-
lualratlnv th nrwUUI Involved In
fabrication, ranging from the raw to
the finished product. ' ...
'Other exhlb'ts show tho evolution' of
modem Industrial processes. Many
models have been taken from tho Pat
ent nrMee. and In nthpr collections are
the different forms of the same articles
usea in foreign countries.
Far from be'ng merely a repository
of antiquities, the museum Is now be
coming, an 'effective aid In commercial
and Industrial education.
SlH 44 Minn. A St. Louis, pr ,
IMH 128 M. H..P. A S. 8;e. M
1SS 146 M. S. P. A S. 8. M.; pr
31 2t Mo.. Kansas A Texas
M '87 Missouri. Kan. Texas, pr..
47 V Missouri Pacific
181 125 National Biscuit
2 12 National Baal. A Stpd
n ML rtu K'U National Lraa
101 164 110 106 National Lead, pr
38 26 38 21 Nat. R. R. of Max. 2d pr
31 1S 34 18 Nevada) Con. Coppper
76 45 85 60 N. T. Air Brake..- ,
.ti aw Itm lss Ne York Central
. X. N. M. .... ,
New "Vork, Onr. Western ,
SO 45 66' 45 NQixoiK Boumem
IHU 88 113U 107 nohow yvesiern
78 M S7 74 North American.
65 39 7 M North. Ohio Tr. L. Co
137 110 IUH H Northern Pacific
64 65 47 Pacific TeU A Tel
S3S SVS, SOi-Pclflc Mall.....
130 118 126 W1K Pennsylvania Railroad
It IHU UtVs 1 People's Gas A1 Cok
118 98 111 IOO Phlfadelphla' Company
IS 80 in m p." eye. stL.
m W m PJiUbunrh .Coal
8014 67 100 77' Pltttburgh ' Coal pf.
108 101? 104 100 Pittsburgh Steel pf.
87 26 40 28 Pressed steel Car
102 ft 108 M Pressed .Steel Car pf.
111. 154" 175f 158 Pullman. Palace Oar !.
SI 28. 40 37 Railway 'Steel Spring
103 32 105 100' Railway Steel Spring pfd
ia it u 18 R4v. Con. Cooner.
t lit 173 148 Reading ..f :.
12 88 13 87 Resdlmr'lst1 pf.
101 90 101 82 Reading 3d .pf
3i 18 S&U 15 Republic Iron A Steel
SOS 74 93 4 Republic Iron A Steel pfd.
W St 30 22 Rot Island
. 1.800 133 131
, 1.900 31 33
3 W 1
W W -M
T ijo o
27 27 -1
as at J
. 200 108
. 3.800 23
. 200 100
. ' 1,600 37
. 200 101
. 600 165
. 1,700 S8
. 280 101
. 1.400 90
82 32 -IV
121 121 -1
114 114 -1
168 170 -li
Rock Island 'Dfd 14.
St:'L. sari Francisco , 900
8t;L. S. F. .1st pfd 100
St. L! A B.. F. 2d pfd 2,400
St'LV A S.F. C.A E.III.Stock 10
St L.. Southwest LOOO
St. Louis A Southwest Dfd.... it
Stars. Roebliok, 6,30V 218
Bloss'Sheft. Kleel A Iron 200 48
. b... u.w. mm ,ivu .u.. V y(
BS W4 V
6H 7 -4
5 28 23 23 -1
800 44 48T4 U.U. tu.
Southern Rkliway pfd
Btandard Milling pfd
Texas a) Pacific;.,
Third Avenue R. R
Toledo,-St L..A Western .
Toledo, Bt. L.' A West, pfd,
Twin 'City Rapid Transit ...
Underwood Typewriter Co.,
Union Bag & .Paper, pfd....
Union Pacific, pfd
United Dry Goods
..172.800 111 Hi
77 77 -
205 207 -8
48 48 -t
97 91 1
l,W ZH 3H
3.300 81 71
09W dW Jl Si "
200 84 64 64
$& s 7i
300 f3 12 12 -18
am 31 30 30
MO 103 10S 10B
2,120 104 102
4.1UO 47 3&!
108 103 Unlteil Dry Goods pr
3 28 United Railway Invei
United Ra'lwav Invest, or.... 8.30O
60 IT. 8. Cast Iron Pipe A Py. pr 1,200
62 U. B. Express. 200
67 U. 8. Realty A Imp 2,760
i IT. & Reduc, A Refin. pr 200
45 U. 8. Rubber.. 39,100
105 IT. 8. Rubber 1st pr 1,145
75 U. j8.. Rubber ,2d pr 300
PU. S. Steel.. .A (07,000
U. S. Steel pr, 12,100
Utah Copper. 35.700
Virginia Car. Chemical 3,100
115 Va. Car Chombal pr 200
64 Va. Iron C. A C coo
70, Yulcan Detlnnlng pr 260
3 Wabash 20)
Wabash pr. , 1,000
Wells Fargo Express 100
West Maryland 3,860
Western Maryland pr 1,200
Western Union Telegraph .... 3.400
Westlnghouse Mfg. 7,000
wneeunr & Lne is. isi pr... &oo
sin 'Central soo
8SU 76 81' 35
SS 88 76
H Sft li
,u 1 ACU 11
' 48 62 48 Wisconsin .Central
tEx-dlvldend. tEx-rlaliU. Deat In , for
changes from, opening price.
Total Mies for tho week,13,7.0,:
101 100 100 -
103 103 103-1
39 37 381
69 C 67 1
67 67 67 3
79 71 72 -7
4 3 3-1
67 61i 63 -2
10n106 106 -1
75 76 78 6
r?4 167 68 J-6
111 106 108 -314
63 tUtf 2S9Ti-lH
46 43 44 -3
115 115 11M,-H
63 60 6r-G
82 87 92 $
4 4 4
78 76 75 -
83 79 803
80 28 29 T
U 60 ,60 -2
IN LOCAL FINANCIAL CIRCLES
321.400 3171 (166 J167 -r3'i
the first 'time this week, net
7 0I010B H. OA1L.
Among the objects of the Interstate
Investment Company Just organised
under the laws of Virginia Is one of
Importance to the South as recognising
the growing importance or that section
In Investment matters. There are many
business opportunities of a high order
in the Southern Statea which require to
he capitalised or call for additional
capital. The owners of these enter
prises naturally ge to New York when
thv rlah tn raise funda. When the
arrive there their opportunity to ex
plain their requirements In the rush
and confusion of business Is very, lim
ited, and from lack of experience of
what Is needed their case Is usually
far from' complete. The result' Is that
the representative, has to return home
for fuller Information before his prop
osition, can be considered, and aa this
may mean aa additional journey of a
thousand to fifteen hundred miles,
with no certainty that business, will re
sult, the second Journey Is taken but
rarely and the capital required la not
The officers of the Interstate Invest
ment Company have had opportunities
or knowing the extent to which the
Bouthern States are handicapped In
matters of this kind, and the purpose
of the company Is to make a careful
Investigation of such publlo utilities of
high merit as are' presented. After the
company's experienced engineers, law
yers and accountants have made proper
examination, and it le found -that an
iv nr ncamuinnuiDy.
enterprise Is worthy of recommendation,
than nreaent the matter to the
capitalists of New York or other cities
with their recommendation. It will npt
Indorse these enterprises, but simply
establish a good prima facie case for
the Northern capitalists to look Into.
As the officers of the new company are
known In New York it Is believed that
such preliminary steps as they will take
in mese mauers win "" , ,Z'
toward Insuring the acceptance of the
The officers ana aireor , .,, --
pany are: J. Beiwm wt prwHm
the Washington and Southern Bank,
president: C. H. Rldenour. proprietor of
the Army and Navy Register, vice
prSsldeSt and B. 8. Clssel of George
town: Charles M. Pepper. Charles
Mulllkln. directors of th WMhlngton
and Bouthern .Bank, directors. The
company is -rK".7'n. of
tnes. Bouthern enterprises my be
a. character wjl .", V..r.
powe?, JS. electric lifhtlng. lrw ,
etc . Is growing rapidly, and the capital
fnvested'Sow exceed, tho total I "ft'
represented by railways of the United
President H. H. McKee, of the Bank
ers' A. iocUtlon of tho District. U bu.y
engaged In preparing tor then ext meet
Ine of the association, which Is '".J
hefd December 16. The place of hold-Ins-
the meeting has not been deter
mined. An Interesting program Is ex
pected. That there Is no section of the coun
try that affords afcr investment for
insurance funds than the South. v.ns
the declaration of B-nator Luke Lei.
X Tennessee before the Association
SJ Lire Inwaiice Presidents at Its
' ffi in New York last week. The
SVnMof addre'sMd the gathering on
'The Call of the South for Insurance
Investments." In part he said:
"The wisdom of the policy of Insur
ance management giving preference In
Investment to the localities .from which
funds are derived Is so patent as not
to admit of contrary argument Speak
Ihg with special reference to the South.
It Is necessary to Impress upon you that
affords safer Insurance Investments.
"The south during the next, century
will be the theater of the greatest de
velopment and Increase In wealth In tho
western hemisphere. It will become
more and mora ah Inviting field for
Insurance Investments of all kinds,' and
Is In need of capital with which to de
velop and market Its wonderful re
sources. "My special plea Is for the real es
tate Investment, that on the farm, and
Improved realty. It Is trite to say that
real estate Is the bssls of all values;
thst the farm Is the foundation of our
wealth. Destroy our railroads, tear
down our magnificent cities, and our
farms will rebuild them. But destroy
cur farms, and railroad tracks will rust
from disuse, the value pass out of their
bonds, and the grass will grow upon the
thoroughfares of our 'great cities. If
these reserve funds are therefore avail
able for farm mortgages and for mort
lagea upon Improved real estate, then
ocal capital, not aa restricted In Its
vestment as trust funds, will be relieved
of the necessity of providing for the
needs of the farmers and for the In
rstors Improving real estate, and will
of necessity be able to engage In the
other Investments, which on acoounfof
a possible hsaard Insurance funds can
not consider." ....
Senator Lea declared that the, rail
roads could borrow money at lower
rates than the farmers on whom they
were dependent In the territories .that
they served, and asserted that there
must be devised a system of rursl credit
by which the safe Investment afforded
bv farm loans could be rendered easily
available to the farmer at a much low-
4. 6 iaAM than m nnW niOVsl.
He ssld that out of about 83,000,000.000
or legal reserve me insurance m w.;
In thi South It was safe to say that not
more than 8100,000.000 was 'nY,'!8.0 J"
the originating section, and pointed out
that If 8400.000.000 of this, reaerve fund
rnnM ha Invaatwl II WOUld DO Safe tO
predict that the reserve life '"."fSw?
In force In the South would be doubled.
ffB.. Mll.aalaM HI nMfiirAfl bV W.
TV ifitiha av Co.. ahowfl tbe range Of
ilnaai IWa rnflM xaitivil MCUrltlM Oil
the Washington Btodt Exchange for the
ni.. nn tn anil Includln yes
terday, the total number of salea to
date Is also given
1418.40) CP. Trac. &'
11.000 PAtomae lat fi'e
74.000 Potomac Can. 6'a...,
niMWuli. Oaa 6'a ,
31160) Wash. Itwy 4'a
in Amer. Orapho. com,
Va Am. Orapho. pfd.,
4.4J7 Cap. Trac
I.H4 Kaat. U A Fuel....
I U: Unmn
54,111 Wash. Rwy. com...
15,73 Wuh, rtwy. pfd....
14,44; Wirt. Oaa
111 110 110
,, us 10 ia
,. i 100 100
,. im 110 us
:: ST4 1 t!
,. 0 45 74
,. in iio its
IHU II 111
' M SO UU
,. KS 214 2MU
MI4 U M
.. i : Wi
CIVIL SERVICE JO f
APPLY IN YARDS OF
Employes Pleased, But Offi
cers Expect Change Will
Not Be Satisfactory.
Civil service rules affecting 10,000
skilled workmen in the Washington
ind. other navy yards of the Unla!
States have been formulated and were
signed by President Taft last evening.
The rules have been submitted
to representatives of the employes and
Were practically (satisfactory. A few
minor changes, particularly regard
ing days of leave, ware deelred, but
denied. Beyond this. It Is understood
thst the rules satisfied the employe.
This reform in the conduct of navy
yards results from a demand of tbe
employee themselves. Subsequently,
representatives of tbe Civil Service
Commission and the Navy Department
MI,M...J th. -MB. .AM KB... ...A.. .hK.,1
vm..,i-v,vi. ., .u..r, .nu .m Mt.m
upon tne commandants or the coastal
yards for suggestions. -
In their report to the Secretary of
tne navy, tne commandants atataa la
conically that they unanimously rec
ommended civil service rules for navy
me .navy zara employes believe tnat
conditions under which they work will
be Improved. They believe they will
be more sure of their positions and that
favoritism In any degree will be abol-
Howard Perry Conclave, Improved
Order of Heptasophs, will hold Its an
nual election of officers In Eagles' Halt,
sixtn ana m streets nortnwest, tomor
row evening. It Is expected that a largo
attendance will be present to take a
part in the election.
OLD IDEAS URGED
AS CURE FOR HIGH
I OF LIVM
address. Senator Martins declared that
he loved Washington- better than Wash
ingtonlans, and that every bill which
came up In Congress, and which would 1
add to the progress or beautlflcation of "
the National Capital would have his un
divided support. 1 ,,
Congressman Willis Advo
cates Three "HV Hope,
Honesty, Hard Work.
That tbe present high cost of living
could be reduced by a return to the
old ideas and economies of fifty years
go, waa the statement of Congressman
Prank B. Willis, of Ohio, at the forty
seventh anniversary banquet of the Old
est Inhabitants of Washington held at
the Crown Cafe, 1417 New York ave
nue northwest, last night.
C'ongressmsn Willis also denounced
the young men of today, "who spend
more money for gasolene than their
tathera did for groceries." Mr. Willis,
who was the first and principal speak-
pr nf In hannuaf umiA In nart!
"The Idea of success should always
be that of the tnree H's nope, nonzsiy
and hard work. I am afraid that many
of the young men find that the, hardest
work they do these asys is to nunt rori
an easy Government position or a post-1
tlon In the Capitol. . .
"The spending habit la one thai la1
bound to bring evil If It Is allowed, to
ko on at Ha present fast rate. In time
it Is bound to bring a financial crisis
of some sort to the country, the Gov
ernment and the nation. Something
anould be dbne to prevent this, and ft
should be done by teaching the young
"But one of the best of all qualities
Is honesty. That gets a man farther
than anything else, and, indeed, I be.
Heve that the country does not want
brilliancy half aa much In Its polltloal
leaoera aa 11 wants jusi gooa, 010 non
Congressman Willis waa followed by
Jamas TCAwm. Martlne. of Maw Jeraey.
who, with Mr. Willis, were the honor
guests at the banquet, In opening his
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of dollars are belrg shipped, principally
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OF CITIZENS' BODY
Committee Appointed by
Park View Association to
Urge Better Protection.
In co-operation with the Commission
ra determined effort will be made by
the Park View Cltisens' Association to
secure at this session of congress ad
ditional appropriations for police pro
tection In the suburban districts.
A committee consisting of George H.
Russell. Theodore L. Oatchell, and J.
V. Culverwell will appear before the sub
committee and urge that provision oe
made for an addition to the force of
the Tenth precinct, which embraces tne
territory covered by the association.
Capt. H. B. Elliott, of the Tenth pre
cinct, addressed the association on the
need of additional police protection In
the precinct. v . .
The commissioner nai,naw.-n.
In their annual report that the section In
the last District appropriation bill pro
viding that no more privates be ap
pointed until the force be reduced to
840 be repealed, and have asked that
an appropriation be made for the ai-
polntment or nnwn uu.. n..
which will Increase the present force to
87S. The suburban district, according to
Commissioner Johnsjon. will be the
principal beneficiaries by the increase
In the force.
Major Terrell Is
Mai. J. D. Terrell, chief law clerk of
the office of the Comptroller of the
Treasury, who has been seriously Illat
his home for three week past, was re
ported a much Improved today. Major
Terrell I uffering with a cerlou stom
ach complaint that prevented the taking
T. CI DAILY DIES
District Engineer of Bridges
111 Only a Short
Word ha been received In Wah
ington of the death from uraemia In
the Mexico City Hocpltal of T. C. J.
Bally, engineer of bridges, of the Dis
trict. Having received leave of, absence
from the District government, Mr.
Bally left Washington November as
an mnlATK nf thn Arm of Parsons A
Clapp, of New York, to Investigate the
Practicability of establishing a harbor
at ProKreao. Yucatan.
Mr Rnllu iHVF. wife and two
children, a girl of sixteen and a boy
of fourteen. Mr. Bally Is III st her
home. 631 Randolph treety and It waa
feared that the news of the death of
her husband, who was expected to re
turn home Monday, would prove a eeri
osu shock to her.
Mr. Bally was a District engineer for
nineteen years. He entered the service
as transltman and In 1898 was appointed
assistant engineer. On May a, 1810. he
was promoted to engineer of bridges to
succeed W. J. Douglas. . ,
Arrangements will be made to bring
the body to Washington for Interment.
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