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THE WASHINGTON TIMES. SATURDAY, INLAY i; 1915.
ONLY ISSUE IN RIGGS
BANK CASE IS LEGAL
COMPROMISE TALK GOSSIP
Neither Party to Suit Admits It
Is Looking for .Adjustment
Out of Court.
Growing out of the efforts of Treasury
officials and of the Administration to
hold down the RlKKS Dank controversy
to the limits of a legal contention over
what are the powers of the Comptroller
and to prevent It from becoming nn
Ibbuo of largo political and llnanclal Im
portance, rumors of possible peace par
leys between the contesting parties are
Thus far, no such move has been made
and neither side admits it Is looking for
One sourco of the talk of efforts at
adjustment is the fact that it is well
known some of tho President's ablest
advisers in tho Cabinet :iro convlnceJ
the controversy Is one of douiitt'Jl valuo
to the Administration.
Fear It May Prove Hurtful.
Bomo fear it may prove hurttul to
the Federal reserve system. Under tlio
surface. In Administration rircles, there
Is a creat deal of talk pro and c&n
about tho cajt. and tho po-jiib'.o rosul's
But whether any compromise Is pos
sible under all the circumstances la
something which only tuture develop
ments can show. Thus far, there seems
no basis but gossip for tho Idea of com
promise. If a way coulu do iounu 10 sirip me
caso of everything but tho straight-out
Issue of what the powers of the Comp
troller are. there Is little doubt this
would meet the sanction of the Admin
istration. Officials are keeping the lid
on developments as far as possible and
preserving reticence as much as they
can. while insisting the only question
Is what the authority of the Comp
troller under the law is. But the bank
officials insist the charge of persecu
tion of the bank with a purpose to
"wreck" it in order to satisfy person
altitles, cannot he escaped.
Bank Officials Reply.
Charging that Comptroller Williams,
through tho statement ibsued last night.
Is endeavoring to obscure tho real Issue
Involved in the controversy between tho
Rhjg8 Bank and his office, and to Itavo
the public under tho impression that the
bank has refused to furnish information
other banks are required to furnish, the
bank officials today issued the follow
ing statement :
"Tho statement given out by the Comp
troller of tho Currency last evening is
Intended to convey tho impression that
tho Rlggs Bank has refused to furnish
or has objected to furnishing his office
Information all banks havo been re
quired to and do furnish. The Rlggs
National Bank has had no controversy
whatever with Comptroller Willlums
concerning any of the many calls he
has mado generally on banks, or with
respect to the frequent charges and ad
ditions which he has made on the state
ment blanks, and It has fieely and ful
ly responded to every such geneiul re
quest, besides numerous special demands
since he came into otflce.
"Tho effort thus to segregate the
Rlggs Bank, to put it in a class by
itself, as being in opposition to those
calls for Information which the Comp
troller may lawfully make on any an
all banks, Is an attempt on his part to
obBCUro tho real lssuo between the
Rlggs Bank and the Compti oiler. The
Comptroller may do many thlngf, e o
within the law. which are buidenson
and vexatious, but the Riggs Bank does
not and never has ottered opposition ti
"What the Riggs Bank has com
plained of is that, broad as his lowful
powers undoubtedly are. Comptroller
Williams has exceeded thpm so far as
It Is concerned, even to the extent i
violating the l.iw. lie lias literally been
a law unto himself, without lestiaint or
limitation. It was to keep Comptroller
Williams within the law that tho RiggR
Bank was compelled to resort to the
Comptroller Wlllama caused a state-
statement to be issued to the effect that
additional Information now required to
be set forth in tho reports of the banks
has been hitherto obtained from all
banks by the examiners and has not
simply applied to the Rlggs Bank as
The Comptroller's statement was
"When attention was directed to the
statement that counsel for the Riggs
National Bank had said 'the additional
Information on the now forms f-ir re
ports of condition Just sent out to na
tional banks had been demanded of the
Rigss National Bank in Mitlcul,ir in
the past' and that 'the sending out of
the new forms for statements by the
office of the Comptroller is a
belated attempt to obtain from all banks
Information which tho Rlggs Bank had
charged has been asked of that bank
only In the past to such an extent as to
constitute tho harassment and perse
cution of which the bank compla'ned,'
it was officially stated at the office of
the Comptroller of thr Cunency that
the statement thus attributed to tho
counsel for the Rlggs National Bnuk
was wholly untrue, and that no portion
of the additional Information called for
in the new reports of condition has loen
asked from the Rlggs National Bank
during the examinations which have
been made of that bank bejond the In
formation which exerv national bank
examiner has for years pnst hon re
quired to get from everr national bank
at the time of each examination."
Lecture on Russia Will
Tell of Attack by Dogs
Among the thrilling incidents to n
described In Mine de Melssner s lec
ture on Russia on Tuesdaj morning
will bo an account of an attack by a
pack of dogs on a sleighing partj pass
jnp through a southern Russia lllagi
The lecture Is for the benellt of th
Russian wounded soldiers, and tickets
may be obtained of Mrs N S Lincoln
1G20 Nineteenth htieet northwest It
w'Hl be given In the roomi of the Wash
ington Club. 17"1 K stieet northwest
Mme ds Melssner passed several
years amid the diplomatic lite of Hie
Russian capital anl Iris an Immense
fund of anecdotes .n Interesting -i
of the lecture will h? a description of n
dinner given ny the (Jrnnd Duke Nich
olas, now commanding the Russian Im
In addition to the list of pationesses
headed bv Mme Bnkhtnetefr w Ife o
the Russian ambnshadni, will be Mrs
John McGowan wife of Rear Admiral
McOowan. I S N
The proceeds will be augmented by
the sale of a book written h Mine
de Melssner. "The Higher Life R
psychological ntni In memory of hr
son, Alexandre Vladlmlroltch de Melss
ner, late cornet In the Nuigorod8k
Macitg - Real Decision
In Barnes Suit Today
Justice Andrews Begins Considering of Instructions
to Jury Expected to Swing Case Roosevelt
and Opponent Stay in Syracuse.
By BOND P. GEDDE8.
SYRACUSE, May 1. With court In Roosevelt had glvon little, ovldenc In
of tho Barnes-Roosevelt libel trial
Today's nctlvity consisted solely of
conferences betweon lawyers and prln
c'pals. Colonel Roosevelt and Barnes
both remained hero.
A heavy rain curbed the colonel's
outdoor exercise program, but he plan
ned to take a long walk despite tho
showers, and possibly a hoisoback ride.
Barnes and Roosevelt both met their
lawyers at a hotel here.
Behind the scenes, however, tho cele
brated caso today was really being do
clded to a largo degree. Trial Justice
Andrews - began considering his In
structions to tho Jury. All counsel
concede that these directions will large
ly "swing" the case. The colonel's tes
timony was the main point being con
sidered. That some will bo stricken
from the record and ordered Ignored
by the Jury was tho prediction of
That tho Judge will not direct a
verdict was generally believed. Barnes'
counsel today asserted, however, that
a verdict directed for the New York
State leader, with tho Jury to assess
damages, was possible.
The Barnes legal experts Insisted that
NEWPORT NKWS, May 1. With a
salvo of salutes from every vessel in
the harbor here and In Hampton Roads,
amid the noise of steaming whistles and
the cheering of a large party of Invited
guests, tho coast guard cutters Talia-
poosa anu ussipeo were iiimiuicu '"""'
A distinguished company of Washing
ton ofllcjals. headed by Secretary of tho
Navy Daniels, and Acting Secretary of
the Treasury Byron R. Newton, wit
nessed the launching, and attended the
luncheon that followed Immediately at
tho Hotel Warwick. Secretary DanlclB
spoke at the luncheon.
Dedicating the two new vessels to the
service of the country. Secretary New
ton described them as the "good samari
ti.ns of the soa" ready to rescue those
In distress, and equally ready should
the tlmo come-as It may-when our na
tional honor or safety are in peril to
defend us against our foes."
Miss Mabel Hartwell. daughter of II.
T. Hartwell. of Mobile, Ala., sponsored
the Tallapoosa, and Miss Sallle Fleming
McAdoo. eleven cars old. oungest
child of the Secretary of tho Treasury,
sponsored tho Osslpee. They wera honor
guests at the luncheon, and each re
ceived a handsome gold bracelet, ap
propriately engraved, as a memento.
The presentation was made by Captain
Pnmninnilallf T7! V ll.rt ll rtl f . 1
Both cutters were built upon tho ramo
slip and went down the same launch-
Ing wava. The Tallapooso was the first
to take water, making tne piling"
shortly before i: o'clock. Miss Hart
well's words, "I christen thee Talla
poosa," were distinctly heard, as she
hurled the ribbon swathed champagne
oottlo against the vessel's side. A littlo
later Miss McAdoo repeated the same
.performance when the Osslpee was
Mr. Newton began h's speech bv saying-
"The occasion of the launching of
these two new coast guard cutters,
which we are now celebrating. Is one
of unusual Interest and Importance
While the great nations of the world
are engaged In the struggle of death
and destruction, wo havo today launch
ed theso two staunch and serviceable
ships, and dedicated them to the more
enabling task of saving the lives and
rescuing the property of the people."
The launching party will return to
Washington this evening. The two new
vessels are practically duplicates. Each
will be armed with a battery of four
standard navy six-pounder rapid-fire
Each Is If&Ms feet over nil. has a 32
foot beam, and a depth of 20t feet,
and a displacement of 900 tons. Both
w'll be equipped for rescue work on
the high seas and for derelict destroy
ing. Each will have a steaming radius
of 5.000 miles.
Names of Indian derivation were
chohen for the new cutters In accord
ance with the established practice of
WALKS TWO MILES
Farm Hand Carrying Arm Severed
By Train, Gets Aid at
nUNVER, May 1. Carrying his own
severed left arm. William Anthony, a
farm hand, originally from Philadel
phia, injured by falling from a train,
walked two miles for aid.
Later at the county hospital it was
discovered Anthony also suffered a
fractured skull. Ho Is not expected
THE first package
of Uneeda Biscuit
put the soda cracker
in a class by itself. Its
keeps it there.
are representative of
the best of materials,
the most careful bak-
mb m tie ea m
. fr manufacturing
Buy bitcuit t.ea by
Alwayt look for that Namm
. today until Monday, the .of t IJ-.i ..-, u u .. ....
al was put on the political discards nriii.s' nliieiii nirrnemont to keen
hands off" tho Democrats in their
election of Senator O'Gorman, and the
"printing graft" testimony.
They cited the rule of law that Justifi
cation proof must be "as broad as tho
Roosevelt's lawyers, on the other
hand, were as confident that corrobora
tion of tho colonel's charges by his own
testimony and other witnesses, with
their trump card to be played In evi
dence of alleged printing graft, had
William M. Ivlns, Barnes' chief coun
sel, intimated today that Governor
Whitman wo'id not bo nsked to testify
regarding the letter he wrote to Charles
H. Duell. Jr., suggesting a Bull Moose
Progresslvc Republican alliance. All
thentlcltly of the letter Is not now ques
tioned Tho Barnes sldo disputed a
published statement from Whitman that
he had made public tho letter last July.
It Is asserted that Whitman always de
nied exlstenoe of such a letter.
Tho Roosevelt side expects to conclude
Its evtdenco Monday or Tuesday.
Barnes' personal testimony wM take
two or three days, it Is believed. He
also has about twenty-five witnesses,
and attorneys were not sure whether
I tho case could be finished next week.
IN REALTY IN APRIL
Investments In real estate in Wash
ington during April totaled (1,350,000. In
this amount Is Included the considera
tions paid for properties purchased and
loans mado on the security of real es
tate. As compared with April. 1311, the
nast month shows an Increase of 1350,000
During the month lust closed the
brokers effected fAS transactions. In
W,I1iCh.WerPi."1VoITVrd.V346 lols nnd J"""
eels of realty. In the corresponding
monm or nisi year only F.7S sales were
made, and only 933 lots changed own-
The closing week of the month ranks
second of the four weeks, and has a
record of eleven sabs less than In the
third week of April. Durlne the past
six davs the brokers closed 151 trades
Involving 227 lots and parcels of real
estate. There were two really husy
davs In the week and two fairly good
ones. The business of the other two
days was rather noor
Suburban Sales Dominate.
Monday was tho busiest of the week,
having thirty-eight sales to Its credit.
Friday was In second place, with thirty
four deals completed. Wtdnesday wit
nessed tho closing of twenty-llvo trades,
while Saturday's record shows twenty
two sales closed. Tuesday and Thurs
day were tied for last place, each re
porting slxtom sales effected.
Suburban sales, while not so numer
ous as In the preceding six das, con
tli.ued to dominate the market this
week Ninety parcels changed owners
In the outbing Bitbiirbs, nnd thlity-IKe
lots were sold In tho near-urban dis
trict. Tho northwest was tho scene of
greatest activity within tho city proper,
having thirty-nine lots to ltt credit.
Thore wore thirty-three lots sold In the
northeast, twmty-four In Uie south
east, and six In the southwest.
Tho high-priced deals, which featured
the belling of the third week of April,
were absent during tho closing days of
the month. There wero, howover, quite
a number of sales of property of me
dium prico. Tho loan market was cste-
rially active as the month waned. The
loins exceeded $S00,O0O, showing an nd-
price of neirly J3)0,CifiO over tho figure
for the third week of April and equaling
the total of loans for the first two
weeks of tho month.
I fifflmfiXma I Pnces $3,500
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OF BEMIIY PARTY
Special Train Carrying the Forty
Beautiful Girls Will Leave
Chicago June 6.
Furnishing some Idea of the attrac
tiveness of tho Journey which will be
glvon to the winner of The Times'
beauty contest, which closes next Mon
day noon, there is presented today tho
practically complete Itinerary for the
"beauty party," which will consist of
forty-odd beautiful young women from
all sections of the United States. These
wlnnors. including tho girl representing
tho District of Columbia, will travel as
follows, according to present plans
. J .i c - T.,. C f
isiivo Liutiwu v. .... .. , . ".Thirteenth street, and wiuiam .
grootlng from William Halo Thompson, i Qeorge Qbtalned another In tho same
tho newly elected mayor of the "Windy . vicinity.
City Mayor 'inompson wo eieumu
nMi-iftr thnniL'h the votes of women.
A tour of Kanwis City will consume
much of June 7. The start from Kansas
City for Denver will bo mode late In
Short stops at Colorado points will
Interest the party on tho third day of
the Journey to tho Paclllc coast and Ita
two expositions. Tho Denver Post,
which ! conducting tho beauty contest
for Colorado, will entertain the visllr
On Juno 0 tho party will see New Mex
ico towns, and at Albuquerque will view
the Harvey collection of Mexican and
Tho party will arrive at tho Grand
Canyon, Arizona, Juno 10, and will spend
about thirteen hours at this wonder
hpot. All meals during tho stay will be
provided by tho Bright Angel Camp.
Tho canyon Is a mllo deep, thirteen
miles wide, and 270 miles long. It must
be seen to bo appreciated.
Ot Juno 11 there will bo a stop at
ABhfork, Ariz, to tako on the Arizona
beauty winner. The party will arrive
at Los Angeles. Cal.. at 3 p. m.. and
at Universal Cltv about 5 p. m.
The day of Juno 12 will be epent at
Universal City, which Is dedicated to
the making of motion picture plays.
The g'rls will take part In one of tho
big serials being staged at the time.
The next three days will be spent at
San D'.ego, Santa Barbara, Del Monte,
and Santa Cruz, and the beautiful scen
ery about theso places, and the San
Diego exposition itself win ne seen.
Arrival On Coast.
The party will arrive in San Fran
cisco on the morning of June 16, and
hotel accommodations will be provided
for tho entire stay at the Hotel Argo
naut. Tho attractions of the stay in
San Francisco include visits to the
I,, ,,, n,mnhu .
position grounds, automobllo tours
through Chinatown, the Prcsedlo,
Golden Gate nark, and other noted
places; a rail and water trip to Bcrke
lev, Alameda, and Piedmont, tho
ostrich farm. Idora Park, und tho Uni
versity of California.
Three days will bo spent at San
Francisco, and the stay may be
lengthened If the girls are not tired of
The start back home will be made
about June 20, and Ch'cago will be
reached about June 24. On the return
Journey the route of which Is to be
selected the Western winners will leave
the train as they pass near their
The trip will be made on a special
train of four Pullman sleepers, steel
tpe, and a dining car
Education and Pleasure.
The newspapers Interested In the con
test, which has assumed nation-wide
proportions, and the Universal Film
Company, wlilcn will entertain tne win
ners at Universal City, will make every
effort to furnish a trip that Is one of
comfort, education and pleasure.
There will be a beauty winner from
every State In the Union, according to
iwUlres received by The Times, hut
every Stato also has a sort of Interest
In the National Capital winner.
This winner probably will be an
nounced bv the end of next week. All
nhotographs must be In the hands of
The Times Beauty F.dltnr bv Monday
noon, and they will be submitted to the
ludges an soon as they can be listed and
Tho Beauty Kdltor has given some
Idea of the value of this free Journey
which some Washington girl will win.
It Is now up to tho admirers of all
beautiful women In Washington to see
that their photographs are entered
within the next two days.
SALES REPORTED IN
N. L. Sansbury Company Dis
poses of Lots Throughout
Th N. L.. Sansbury Company., Inc.,
has reported during the last week sales
of lots throughout tho northwest aubur
ban section totaling 113,000. Charles L.
Tjwikerslcy obtained seven, constituting
a part of tho Wolbridge estate. Horace
G. Smithy purchased five lots in Saul's
addition to Thirteenth street, between
Emorson and Karragut streets, on
which ho will erect four two-story
dwellings and a bungalow. Mr. Smithy
also purchased a single lot on Delalleld
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Lewis E. iireuninger soiu mrougn me
Sansbury company threo two-story and
attic dwellings In Rock Creek vista for
an approximate total of $24,000.
Tho samo brokers transferred for
Charles B. Tankersley tho premises at
Sf20 Georgia avenuo; sold to Kenneth C.
Vlnond tho hoUBO at 3332 Seventeenth
street northwest, and, as agents for
M. A. Lynch, disposed of 320 K street
northeast. These transactions jnvoivcu
OLD BACHELORS' CLUB
PROPERTY IS SOLD
C. Moses Construction Com
pany to Erect Thirty-one
Houses on Ground.
The A. C. Moses Construction Com
pany hs purchased through the
Thomas J. Fisher Company (Inc.), the
grounds of the old Bachelors' Tennis
Club, a plot of land containing ap
proximately 77,000 squaro foot, between
Twenty-eighth and Twenty-ninth streets
northwest. Just south ot catnearai
Mr. Moses already has plans prepared
for ten three-story houses to b2 erected
at onco on tho Twenty-eighth street
frontage, and in a short time will do
gin the construction of twenty-one
houses on the Twenty-ninth street
property. Theso houses will be put on
the market at from $7,250 to K50O. The
entire operation involves about $250,000.
The land was held by a syndicate
composed of members of the Bachelors'
Club, who organized to purchase the
land for the club at tho time of Its
Man's Divorced Wife
Shoots Him, Then Self
ICANSA8 CITY, May 1. Meeting Lew
Is Schwelger, president of the SchwcUer
Construction Company In the corridor
of the court hnuso. his divorced wlfo
today shot him and then turned the
weapon on he rself. Both may die.
Schwelger had lecently obtained a dl
Let ub suggest that a packago
of N. B. C. Graham Crackers
will be an ideal lunch for you.
They are fresh, crisp and
Bay bitcuit baked by
Always look for that Nam
By United States Marine Band,
at Potomac Drive, at 5 p. m.
WILLIAM II. SANTELMANN,
March, "With Hword and Lance,"
Overture,, "Iluy Bias".. Mendelssohn
Caprice Kspagnol Beaumont
Scones from "Alda" Vordl
Walts, "Espafia" Waldteufel
Suite, "Mazoppa" Liszt
Gypsy Serenade Hehl
Marie's Hymn. "The Halls of
"Tho Star-Spangled Banner."
NINTH STREET SEES
MR. CHARLIE CHAPLIN
Young Baltimorean Attracts Crowds
By His Make-up and Poses
In "Movie" District.
Charlie Chaplin may not bo ablo to
get to Washlngton-but his clothes and
his mannerisms and his mustache, his
trick hat. his littlo stls-i uul all that
Is Churto Chaplin has arrived.
It parades Ninth street morning, noon
and night, attracting and making busfc
ness good for tho two or three motion
plcturo theaters that happen to bo
showing Chaplin pictures.
It poses on tho coiners, before the
show windows and does all manner of
things tho public has becomo ac
customed to seeing Chaplin do.
The combination of clothes and man
nerisms and mustache and slick am
mounted on tho person of Jo Marks a
young Baltimorean whoso father owns
n motion plcturo theater and wiio first
donned the make-up for tho purpose of
advertising his father's placo of busi
ness. The imitation was so good It was
eyen better than an Imltatlon-it was
theatric-realism, because joung Marks
mado himself a- duplicate of Chaplin in
habit of mind as well as of perhon.
Marcus Notes, the local motion plc
turo ltnnresarlo. hannonori tn i,n .r
the young man and brought him to i
..ooiin.uimi ujv uie latter part or this
week. Notes thouirht Mnrlta u-rnM ,i.n, I
I a few people Into the theater. Last
1 night It, was necessary to cill on tho I
police to keep the- people away or tho
A0"80. wouId have been Jammed. Today
Charlie Chaplin, represented by Marks
and Charlie Chaplin film at several of
tho theaters, form the sole attraction
on Ninth street Later Marks Is to to
to other theaters In other sections of
929-931 7th St. N. E.
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IN CHINA CLObET IN DIN1NO ROOM CONCRETE PORCHES WITH STEEL
COLUMNS THE HOUSES ARE HUILT WITH 5-FT. TERRACE (NOT BUILT
ON STREET LEVEL) TO MAKE THE CELLARS DRY AND AWAY FROM DIRT
AND DUST FROM STREETS EXTRA I.AROE ATTIC. HOT-WATER HEAT.
OAS AND ELECTRIC LIGHT DOUBLE UHHE UI'NDBY TUBS IN CELLAR.
BIGGEST BARGAINS EVER OFFERED IV WASHINGTON.
$300 CASH BALANCE MONTHLY
BUILT, OAVXED, AXD FOR SI.B BY
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36 R. I. Ave. N. W. Phone North 6915
OUR YOUR AGENT FREE AUTO SERVICE
4,500 tons of rails,
7,000 freight cars,
18 engines bought
One Railroad Company has thus contributed to
the Buy-It-Now propaganda setting millions of dol
lars into circulation. You are bound to benefit. Do
your part, large or small, to be as helpful.
From Times Advertisers
U. S, STILL FOURTH
The Navy Department today took
lssuo with statements which have
gono out unofficially to the effect
that since the loss of tho warship
Leon Gambetta by the French, the
navy of that nation has sunk to
fourth place in tho list of tho world's
navies and the navy of the United
States has advanced to third place.
Tho position of the navy officials Is
that such statements are based on
data of laBt July 1, when tho Eng
lish navy ranked first. German sec
ond, French third, and American
There ii a place (or Social Tea
Bitcuit on the table of every home.
Their tempting goodness add to
the zett ot every meal.
Small, ilightly sweetened bueujt.
always I rein.
Buy, biscuit baked by
Always look for that Nam
On Anthracite Coal Jioxr In
J. Maury Dove Co., Inc.
12th and F St. N. W.
Phone Main 4270
First Time Offered
7th & K Sts. N. E.
Thlt U the time of nil
tliuea for the I . S. V. u
mnkr uxt Mrlilm. Let'a
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