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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, MABCH'-C 1913.
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MORE THAN BILLfON
Indian Bill Only Budget
Measure Defeated in Last
Session of Congress.
Carrying a total estimated at more
than $1,100,000,000. all the appropriation
bills, with the exceptlo nof the Indian
bill, carrying about $10,000,000, were
passed by Congress before the 'session
ended at noon today.
The last measure passed was the cen
eral deficiency bill. The Senate agreed
to the conference report this morning
and the House did so a short time later.
This bill increases the salary of the
president's secretary from $6,000 to $7,600.
Senator Fall last night and todav con
ducted a filibuster against the Indian
bill and defeated It. His objection
ostensibly was aimed at the provision
for removal of the Geronimo Apaches
from the Fort SHI. Oklahoma, reserva
tion, to New Jlexlco.
All Records Broken.
The total of the appropriations meas
ures passed by Congress this session
breaks the record. Democratic talk of.
economy has gone glimmering.
The public bill, which seemed doomed
until late yesterday, finally weathered
the storm last nlgtt and passed both
In the long session last night, which
did not close until 4 this morning, great
progress was made In disposing of ap
After a deadlock has lasted in confer
ence for hours, the naval bill conferees
finally agreed to one .battleship and the
bill was put through both houses In that
form about 3 o'clock this morning.
The legislative bill conferencee report
was agreed to In the Senate at 3:55 this
rooming. A. compromise was reached
on the Assay Offices, by reductions In
a number of salaries.
Killed By Filibuster.
The workmen's compensation bill has
been killed by a threatened filibuster in
the Senate, led by Senators Hoke Smith
and Bryan of lorlda. The seamon's bill
In emasculated form, will go though.
In the last two days and nights, dur
ing which both houses have been in al
BCt continuous session, the burden of
.work In the Senate has been appropria
Other measures of large importance
liave been lost In the rush. The anti
Injunction bill dies In committee.
NOV YORK STOCK
MARKET IS STEADY
Wilson's Address Is Discounted.
Speculative Leaders Lose
NEW YORK. March 4. The New York
stock market was dull today. A ma
jority of stocks remained unchanged In
price: many others showed small ad-
vrnces, but the active speculative
stocks showed losses of an eighth to a
half. Can stocks and corn products
continued downward. Canadian Pacific
was off a point and a half. The Inau
gt.ral address is not calculated to have
any effect on the market.
Americans on the London exchange
were Irregular. Peace prospects there
are brighter, as the ambassadors of the
powers meet today to consider Turkey's
application for mediation.
(a lie iMoj aula AMiiiiujau i.uiiiiam
reports earnings for 1912 of 9.29 per cent
on its siock. as against 8:40 in 1911. The
Guggenheim Exploration Company has
declared the regular quarterly dividend
of 2 per cent, payable April 1. Other
railroad reports show increases.
Yale Will Have Course
In Socialist Principles
XEW HAVEN, Conn., March 4- It
was announced today that next year
Yale would give a course In socialism,
by Prof. Henry Crosby Emery, former
ly head of the United States tariff com
mission, created by President Taft.
His course is a study of the legal
foundations of the present economic or
ganization, with an examination. In
particular, of socialism as a critical at
tack on the legal and economic struc
ture of society.
Rich Man, 80, Elopes
With His Housekeeper
PHILADELPHIA, March 4. Thomas
MIddleton. eighty years old and one of
the wealthiest real- estate operators in
this citv. has announced his marriage
to Miss Cornelia M. Del Whitney, sixty
four years old and formerly his house
keeper. Ho said that they had eloped
to Atlantic City two weeks ago and
had been secretly married there.
Clapp Committee Report
Goes to Next Congress
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campaign contributions and the rela
tions between the Standard OH Com
pany and various public men wm oe
deferred until next Congress.
Tim committee has been unable to
agree on a report.
Fifes to Sweetheart.
BRUSSELS, March 4. lieutenant
Brabant, army aviator, flew thirty-one
miles to carry a bouquet to his sweetheart.
For Alaska Convenes
JUNEAU, Alaska, March 4. The first
territorial legislature met yesterday
in Elks Hall. The legislature has no
power to permit lotteries or gambling; I
to relax the federal liquor laws; to
create a territorial d"bt or to license
corporations to do business outside of
By express provision of Congress, the
legislature may grant women the right
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Prepares will FREE of charge when appointed executor or trustee.
Attends to all details of propei ty management renting, selling,
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Maintains a Complete. Foreign Dept.
Issuing Drafts direct on principal cities throughout the world.
Buys and sells Foreign Exchange at current rates.
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ELLIS SPEAR, Vice President
JOHN B. LARNER.
Vice President and Gen. Counsel.
ANDREW PARKER, Vice President.
HARRY G. MEEM. Treasurer.
BOYD TAYLOR, Assistant Treasurer.
Real Estate Officer.
A. S. WORTHINGTON,-Advior ,
3. J. DARLINGTON, Counsel.
Charles B. Bailey,
"IVilllam E. Barker,
John It. Carmody,
John II. Clapp,
Augustus Crane, Jr.,
Joseph J. Darllnsrton,
John Joy Edson,
A. F. Fox,
John A. Hamilton,
John A. Johnston,
George A. KK,
Martin a. Knjpp,
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Joseph I. Saks,
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Louis P. Shoemaker,
Thomas W. Smith,
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