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2 THE WASHINGTON HERALD THURSDAY TKUBSDAYDECEMBER DECEMBER 27 1906 19O
CARDOMMSTATEB CARDOMMSTATEBSchool CARDOZO REINSTATED REINSTATEDSCIl
School SCIl cli ol Officials0bey Officials ObeJ OrderIssued Order OraeiIssTI OrderISSIU1
Issued IssTI l by Court CourtBOARD CourtEOARD1A CourtBOARD
BOARD EOARD1A MAY MfA TRY RIM NOW NOWColored NOWColoretl MOWColored
Colored Principal Can Legally A Annie AR ARName AiIuinIe
Name nnie Dntle Ax lie In IMVot Not Suspend Suspended SmlpendIIAIJmfrnI SflIpeflIcdAdniral ¬
ed IIAIJmfrnI Admiral Ilnird Will VIIlCon4lller VIIlCon4lllerChnr Consider ConsiderChnrKen ConsiderCliarge
ChnrKen Chnr 1t nntl Date Dnt Will 111 Be Soon SoonFixed SoonFIxetl SoonFixcil
Fixed for n New Xe Hearing HearingFrancis lIenrlngFrAncia HearingFrancis
Francis I L Cardoso was w formally forJMft rein reinstated rellttate4 reinstated ¬
stated as aapervttttg ptvieia principal M1Iad of the theThirteenth tbeThirteenth th thThirteenth
Thirteenth Aviaton of the local public publicschools public5thoo1s pubileehools
schools yesterday The action was taken takenby takenb
by b the board of education at t a special specialmeeting specialmetng pectalUng
meeting Ung in the Franklin School buHdtn buHdtncalled bdidlncalled btHkttng btHkttngcalled
called for the purpose e of fteddiitg what whataction whattion whataction
action tion should be taken in the case in Inview in1ew i iview
view of the writ of mandamus granted nted hy hyJustice b1JUFti byJustice
Justice JUFti Anderson in the Supreme Court Courtuf Courtu
u uf the District of Columbia several eral days daysago daysa daysage
ago a requiring < the reinstatement reinstatementNo
No action was taken suspending 8US g Car Cardoeo Cald CaidOeo
doeo d EO and m 1ft consequence co if he se so o wteheff wteheffhe win1mhe eII eIIhe
he can n go to his office o lce this morning moro1a and andassume Aft4nSnlme andassume
assume abflotate charge cbar Whether he will willdo willdo ill illdo
do so is not known When heft asked he de declared dedared dedared ¬
dared that tbattle he was unprepared to moke mokeiny lDIrkeny mnkeiny
iny ny statement statem nl and had made no plans plansDr planLl plansDr
Dr l r Chancellor 1Wr tfupertiftendeut up tup dMebdent of schooie schooiewh sch oIa oIaobi ots otswli
wh obi < j recommended bin dismissal 1 1IioIked was wasnaked wastked
naked the sam aan saint question and gave in inICect h hfed IncKect
cKect fed the tb same answer It was pointed pointeduut pointedout i iont
ont that GardoBOwac OanlollO W was again subject to tohis tohis tohis
his orders ord but he repHe replied that he did not notknow DOtkno notknnt
know kno wHathM he could or would take takesuch takesuch takesuch
such a step ate t1t and suggested swested ed that the sires president prNident siresiaent ¬
ident of the thaAdmiral b aeard ard might lit he authority authorityAdmiral authorttyAdmiral
Admiral Bttrd j rd and l aU the ot others tectnd iMl ineluding cl clmg 1 1ing
ing Stuart 7fleN 1IeNa cNamaj Uraey for thei theiboard tM tMb theb
board b b ard were asfcM the same question tIoIa and andn and1Mne andnne
n 1Mne ne of them was IIa prepared to make makeauewer ke ke1I8wer j jauswer
auswer auswerThe auewerThe 1I8werThe
The full hoard b was present preseat at the themating tbem themeeting
mating m ting a 5 was Cardoso and rnd ed nearly a ascore ascore ascore
score of his f frlendo and supporters PtIOrteni When Whenthe Whenthe VMntht
the > board bMrd wax about to adjourn James JameCbh A ACbh j jCbh
Cbh attorney for Cardoso asked a if he hemight hemight j jmight
might say 7a a word There was a a general generalflutter generalftuttt generalflutter
flutter > r of excitement for several seconds secondswhen MCOndwhell secondswtwn
when Admiral Baird LIrd waned forward and andwith andlth andwith
with lth a wave ft of f bin arm declared em emjihatkally emphatieally emphatically
jihatkally jihatkallyBKT phatieallyBRIlfl phaticallyBaird
BKT Baird I Refuses nCfn cH PbrmisHlon PbrmisHlonNo
No N Tm This Is a meeting of the board boardof boardof boardof
of education td ucatleft You were not Invited to toattend toa toattend
attend a ttfnd and are merely a witness Noj Nojoutsider No Nooutsider Npoutsider
outsider can address 1Iddr m the hoard hoardCobb boan1Cobb boardCobb
Cobb said he was Invited by Mr Mc McNamnra McXamll MeNarnnra
Namnra Xamll who corroborated the statement statementCobb JJtattCobb statementCobb
Cobb then asked his question and began beganto
to t tell that he was going 101 gOII to carry the thease UteI the1se
< ase I to the Equity Court Ceart when he wax waxagain WUagain wasaigain
again abruptly husheu by Admiral Baird BairdThe BalnlThe BairdThe
The action ae 1oR of the board and all its pro prordings proc proedinga
rdings c dinp > were decided upon at a prelimi preliminary preliminary preliminary ¬
nary caocos in Dr Chancellors Cball ellor room roombefore roombefore roomtsftre
before the meeting < was called to order orderPractically orderPr orderPrtctIcaUy
Practically Pr tically every word spoken spoMnff was read readoff readU
off U ff t a memorandum and there were ne nedissenting Dedi ontiitnting
dissenting di tntin < voices excest In one Instance InstanceAfter taJIeeHHr lastaaOeAfter
After the formal calling ca cal1In of the board boardt Mar4tel
t tel order Admiral Baird read a brief aa aadr MI MIdrss ad1rs
dr drss ss outlining outUn outI1flIn the purpose of the meet meetStatement BMeting meeting
ing
RRlrlI Statement StatementIt
It was as follows followsTl followsThe
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the t he l speech ot Ordoiai attoraey attoraeyNow sttwmyow ttGrDIfow
Now ow that we we ae ia i < otsiMkm of the teekataftt teekataftterrors tecIHdePTT teebeterrors
errors PTT < f which have bay fefeatol whet bt we Mirre to h hiu 1M 1Mlit bem
iu m the th bet mtMcste ias oC Ute mblie icarnto a sad d the theoounonweklth tiletIDJD01fGICh SMommoimweaith
oounonweklth of the IMrtrict of OotaOiu and ad to todtTtermine tod todrmine
dtTtermine d naiDe what bat action aedoa if any 117 h to be Uke abm wtut wtutrespir wtkrt8pJ wilkr
respir rt8pJ r pr to CankMD in the imMaissam ra teuii ne o 0 IIiI IIiIpUnt dbdpline Mci Mcipline
pline > in the Buma aanwt ment of edaeaaaMl 11Im aflate aAiitntIe ta tathe I ITm
the EHstrirt it became the hnj of the boMii MutId to toditnnine todtrmine
ditnnine d t pnl ne what action act k prapcr t be lieAdmiral take takeAdmiral tabm tabmAdmiral
Admiral Baird then presented Xe ented Mr Mc McNamara McNama McNamara
Namara Nama who outlined the case in detail detailexplaining detailexplaining detailexplaining
explaining Justice Andersons ons decision for forthe forthe forthe
the benefit of the board He recommended recommendedWEATHER recommendedWEAThER ed edWEATHER
WEATHER CONDITIONS CONDITIONSt
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and colder coIder1Rjttber weather will prevail ftft in the Upper Lake Lakeregion Ingion Lab LabreglolL
region the XWdte Mfeafeftppi Valley aDwr and the Rocky RockyMountain MocB1310untAin Masby3lountein
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that tba Cnrfloao Cr oao be ret refeutatpd ekmtRt d suggestin suggestinthat miiggestIngtstt ggestlng ggestlngUt
that in In111s his mind tIle 01 board would net t omi omito are areto oarsto
to itiake > ake ke un uppeal uppealiOysier llPfHMt1JiOder appea1Oyster
Oyster Slove loves Reinstatement ReinstatementAs nchllctntNuent nchllctntNuentAs
As soon as Mr McNamara had resumed reaumodhte rnamedtI resumedha
hte seat se t CapL Oyster made ms4e the formal formalmotion tOnnAIJIIOtien formalmotion
motion for Cardoso Cardosos reinstatement nt ac according aeeo according ¬
eo cording lng to the order of the court It waa waaseconded waaeended wassecOnded
seconded and am upon vote unanimously nnanimoualyadopted 1IDftIwtouaI7adopted unanimouslyadopted
adopted adoptedion adoptedW1aen adoptedWhen
When ion Dr Chancellor arrived and took tookhte tookht tookhis
his feat eat directly hi front of o Cardoso Cant CantOyster CattOyer pt ptOyster
Oyster continued his talk taJk giving Ifvi his daopillton hisopinion ntaopinion
opinion of the position pa ltJono of the hoard hoardThis bonlTltls boardThis
This question < is of r considerable eoh im importance ImpotItan Inspenance ¬
potItan penance and It Is about time now for forus forus forus
us to know what our duties are Wheji Whejithit 1Tbythll Wbjittdl
thit recommendation was originally pre presented present prosealed ¬
sealed sent with one exception we were aH aHfanriitar aMfandilar allfamiliar
familiar with the affair a lair and believed believedCafdoze believedCardOZ believedCatdoze
Cafdoze was guilty of o the charges cbar and andvotted andot andvoted
voted ot d unanimously If Cardoso was guilty guiltythan guiltytboih Iltr Iltr1be
1be than why not now The court baa de declared de deeland dodared ¬
eland our action null and void and tells telUus tellsWI tellsus
us he is entitled to a trial Court rules rulesdo ruleSdo rulesdo
do not relieve us of our duty and regard regardfor retPlnlfor rardtot
for the reputation of our superintendent superintendentCapL auper1ntendentCa superIntendentOipt
CapL Ca t Oyster then reviewed removals removalsby ftJDOftlsby removalsby
by die board saying 11 there was wa one whit whitand White Whiteand bIte bItealMione
and alMione one colored that 35 per cent of the theteachers UaetcIte theteachers
teachers tcIte and pupils approved of these theseand tJaeaoo theoaand
and the demand for their restoration restorationshould ratoratJonshould XVStOrUOIIshould
should never be considered consideredV consideredWe
We V te > have made every effort to do our ourduty ourdut7 ourduty
duty and to play fair he said saidDr saidDr saidBr
Dr Chancellor Clluno < l1or Called Upon UponAdmiral UponAlhJlIral UponAinlral
Admiral Baird asked if there was any anymotion anymotion anymotion
motion before the meeting meet1n and nd it was wasthen WUtheft wasthets
then moved that Dr Chancellor be heard heardAccordingly IManLAceordtn heardAccordingly
Accordingly Aceordtn 17 Dr Chancellor made the fol following lol10wk1s foilowing
lowing brief statement statementBnrly statementIiiIfb statementsdy
Bnrly sdy in to the moses of the nmnU press anperlntiB aipn4uT aipn4uTI MQWIVl n nI nny nnyI
I wn was mfoimed by Dr Montcmnery loa and by other otherthat otbendIat sibsusthat
that F U J I Cantoao nptrrteiaR principal wIncimlin WM enynrd enynrdin
in entfcavorins es4SOr1T to dtetnrb cIiIta the thetire hamonioiu rotation of ofthe 01the
the colored kcaoot sysids jr tAi by b both wade and aDdcIiIIo1a1 ama Mtadoariy amadca
dca doariy dteloyal and ineubonteiate l Later ter l Ur > r Mont Monton XOIIttied 3ioutsusty
on susty ty denaVd > tied as havinr betn YiDIt beta written wrIUftC hy Mr Mrtehoflb AIrcssisto
C IUI amomms leU sdin lbs caIoIeC caIoIeCIdaoIIa mloredsdsdi
tehoflb mat t to one of 0ill the ncwapanm inaeMtteR ± f to toin toia
in jot Ida M a an sMost tant iinilnlindaM ttlIt of the tileKIQ cilariH esSuredictosSu cilariHachnila
achnila KIQ On the tIiIeM Sbm MISMIJI I Ifill m nsaid ham aa es eswiy n nwufhy
wufhy wiy of Ct cwb luntinnaaoe in the nwrtee and icoonnnend icoonnnenddtemnmL JttIMtOapt I Icapt
dtemnmL dtemnmLCapt
Capt Oyster then made formal motion motionthat otloBthat motionthai
that charges cba be preferred erved against a1nst Car Cardoso CarXr Oarbtr ¬
doso dosoMr
Mr McNamara stated that this meant meantthe meantthe meantthe
the president of the board give such suchcharges auebcharp5 suchcharges
charges official consideration and confer conferwith coaterwitll conferwith
with the boards attorney then hold a ameeting ameetlnl ameeting
meeting to toded decide e upon a date for lthe the trial trialby trialby trialby
by the board boardMr boardMr
Mr 1 McNamara said it would w ald not take takelong takeIont takelong
long for Admiral Baird and himself to get getready getready t ty
ready y and consequently it was aa toted Oted that thatthe tbatthe thatthe
the next meeting be left subject to the thecall tbecall thecall
call of the president > resident The board then ad adjourned adJourned adjourned ¬
journed journedAVill
JournedPill I
Will Pill PaT Cnnloron Salary SalaryIt Sfllflr SfllflrIt
It was unofficially agreed a that a requisi requisition requlaitIoR requlsitloi ¬
tion be sent t by the secretary of the board hoardte boardto boardto
to the Comptroller of the Treasury T for sal salary aIal7 an anary ¬
ary for F L L I Cardoso from October n nthe 17the
the date of his dismissal dismissalCftpt dismianalCpt 1ID1
Cpt Oyster when questioned after the themottina thewWte4 themeIrig
mottina wished to make clear his beliefthai beliefthat
thai if Cardoso wan guilty when dill dismissed dillmblfJed diemisled ¬
missed he is still guilty He said H might mightbe ndhtbe mlahtbe
be represented that this was unfair in inview Invte inview
view vte of the fact that the board of educa education echIcatloft educatien ¬
tion would be the jury to Cardosos trial trialand trial trialand trialand
and In view of this faet it was unfair in inthat inthat Inthat
that it showed prejudice tce before the taking takingof taktDcot takingof
of evidence evidenceThis efldencethls evidenceThis
This is not the ease ea however he said saidWe saidWe saidWe
We have already al tIy given a unanimous unanimousverflct unaalmousverttct unanimousverdict
verdict on the question and there Is no nochanging noc nochanging
c changing that I will ill be absolutely im impartial im impartial Inspartbl ¬
partial and fair and if Cardoso can tits disprove titspro 41prove ¬
pro prove the accusations brought WOutJbthtm against againsthim againsthim
him I will 111 be only oaU too glad to vote Me for his hisrvlttal hIaacQtItttaJ hisacqoittal
acQtItttaJ rvlttal I will vote according to the thetotes tJteodictates thedietates
dictates totes of my conscience and am sun sunthe sure suretbe surethe
the same te true of the other members o othe of ofthe ofthe
the hoard hoardBETTER MantBETTER boardBETTER
BETTER SERVICE DEMANDED DEMANDEDPatrons DE1f1AIDEDPatrons DEMANDEDPatrons
Patrons of Connectiout Avenue AvenueLine AvenueLine AvenueLine
Line Contemplate Protest ProtestAert ProtestA Protest4tssrt
Aert A 4crt Cars Cnr Are Too Few and UHI Xot XotProperly XotProperly ot otProterl
Properly Proterl Handled 1I1l1ulletlNnmerouH 1I1l1ulletlNnmerouHTlcupC llnmidlediimnm Numerous NumerousTlenpn ernus ernusTicups
Tlenpn Recently RecentlyPairoNS IlcccntIrPat 1tecent1vPatron
Patron Pat of the Georgetown and Mount MountPleasant MountPlesnant t tPleaaat
Pleasant lines 1 of the thetric Washington alee aleetrJc ec ectric
tric Company are talking seriously rtoUty of ofholding oCholdl ofholding
holding holdl a a public meeting < for the pur purpose pwP purPoe ¬
pose Poe of protesting prot against the very YW7sentee bad badservice badservice
service furnished them by that concern concernBusiness concernBusmess concernBusiness
Business men who ride on the Mount MountPleasant MountPieMaRt MountPleasant
Pleasant cars are responsible bM for the themost themot themaoist
most vigorous ig rOUlii complaints Several promi prominent prominent promifont ¬
nent citizens have undertaken to agitate agitatea e ea
a movement for better service and ex expect expect cxpact ¬
pect to be able to point to tangible results resultswithin renlta1tlltn roivitswithin
within a a few days daysIt day dayIt daysIt
It is asserted u that the number < of cars carsparticularly canpartlcular17 carsparticularly
particularly on the Mount Pleasant line lineis tneIs lineIs
is by no means sumcient lent to handle the thetraffic thetraflc thetraffic
traffic during durln the hours when travel is isheaviest is1tle Iiheaviest
heaviest 1tle t Furthermore regular patrons patronsof patroMof
of the line say that the cars which are areavaable areavaJ1able areavailable
available are not property handled adlect and andthat andtut andthat
that there is no apparent reason therefor thereforFrequently thereforFrequenUy thereforFrequently
Frequently two and three cars ca run within withina
a a few yards of each other and in incaNS son soncases some somecases
cases the motormen decline to stop f fwouldbe for torouldbe forwouldbe <
wouldbe passengers puse because be the cars ar arbehind are areInd arebehind
behind Ind the schedule The number of tie tieups tie tieup ti tiups
ups is abnormally large it Is asserted assertedOne aJl8erteclOne assertedOne
One man who discussed ed the matter yes yesterday yesterd yesterday
terday terd said that while he waited at the thecorner UN UNcorner thecorner
corner of H and Fourteenth streets for i iConnecticut a aConbeeUeut aConnecticut
Connecticut avenue car Tuesday night nightfive btftve nightfive
five outbound Fourteenth street car carwent cars carswent carswent
went by byThe byThe byThe
The citizens who have the moventen moventenfor nsovsnent nsovsnentfor t tfor
for a a public protest in hand think tha thaa that thata
a better b tter service will b be afforded Orded if tl tlpatrons the thepatroM thepatrons
patrons of o the Georgetown and Mount MounPleasant MountPInt MountPleasant
Pleasant ears ClU give the company to un understand 111Iderstaftd usderstand
derstand plainly that they will toieratpresent tolerate toleratepresent toleratepresent <
present conditions no longer They ex expect etpeet oxpoet
poet to be able to make an announce announcement anROUDCement announcemont
ment In the premfees soon soonGocn emGoelC soonGoes
Goes to Salt Lake LuJ e Today TodayGeorge TOIlu TOIluGeot1e TodayGeorge
George P Hoover of the law firm tha thawill
will defend Mrs Annie M Bradley wil willeave
leave tonight for Salt Lake City whenhe
he will hold a consultation with jth her at attorneys attorneys attorneys ¬
torneys in that city His visit will con consume CORsume commsums
sume two weeks eek It is probable thaseveral
several witnesses who will come to thi thicity
city to testify te teStif ttt In favor fa VOl of o Mrs Brad1 Brad1will
will be examined by Mr Hoover T Tpast
past life of the kite Senator Brown wil wilalso
also a1 10 o be investigated investigatedSafe investigatedSafe InvestigatedSafe
Safe Deposit Boxes
5 to 175 Yearly YearlyAMERICAN YearlyAMERICAN
AMERICAN SECURITY SECURITYAND bLCURITVAND
AND TRUST COMPANY COMPANYNO COMPANYHOCtHwiC
NO HOCtHwiC IiWIST COCR OP OPOl OPI
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lETNA mm SETTLING UP UPDefunct UPDeft II IIDefuiict
Defunct Deft nct Bank Declares Divi Dividend Divideul BiviICi1i ¬
dend of of20 20 Per Cent CentCREDITORS CentOREDITORS CentCREDITORS
Centi i
CREDITORS ON EQUAL FOOTING FOOTDJGDate FOOTr1GDnte FOOTINGDate
Date of Payment of Cheeks Cbecl Unset Uiinctileil Unltett1ellh UnsettlcetAssctre
ileil t1ellh tlcetAssctre AuMcts = hl of Institutions Here Herennil JIercUUtI Hereand
and In Montana to lie Pooled FouledSclieilwlex PooledSchellnleH
1 Schedules Yet to lie Made Out OutHeld OutlIe111 OmitHeld
Held Worthless Securities SccurltlcnThe SecurltleThe SecuritiesThe
The Comptroller of the Curr Currency ncy has hasdeclared bascJecJued hasdecinall
declared a dividend d of 30 par cant in infavor int infavor
favor t vor oC all 31 the creditors of the Aotna AotnaBanking AotnnDaaklag AotnftBanking
Banking and Trust Company of Butte ButteMont Butteont ButteMont
Mont ont anti Washington D C CIt CIt CIt
It was decided by the comptroller that thatthe thAttINt thatthe
the creditors of both Institutions were on onan onan onan
an equal footing footla and that the amount amountreceived amountelTed amountreceived
received elTed from the various assets of the thebanks thebaab thebanks
banks here and in Montana should be bepooled beJIOOWcl bepooled
pooled and the dividend d made equal to toall ton toA8 toall
all n
allAs
As yet no date has been set for the thepayment thepymelH thejymest
payment but it will be as soon as the thenecessary theoeceaary thenecessary
necessary schedules ua can b be made out outthe GUttile outthe
the accounts accoa ts proved and the checks pre prepared prepared propared ¬
pared for presentation pre to the creditors creditorsIt
It was stated from the office of the thecomptroller thecomptrol thecomptroller
comptroller comptrol r yesterday that it would prob probably probabl7 probably ¬
ably be near the end of January perhaps perhapsa
a little We longer before the giving Ting out of ofthe o oUte ofthe
the checks could be announced announcedHel anDOuneedIIclll announcedlieu
lieu IIclll l Worthless orthIels Securities SecuritiesTb SecuritiesTbI SecuritiesTbi
Tb TbI Aetna Banking Baaldn and Trust Com Companys ComINUIT Conspenys ¬
INUIT branch in Washington was w s sub subjected ubje subjerted ¬
jected je tecl to the examination required under underthe un underthe er erthe
the mws laws of Congress C last October Octoberbank A Abank Abank
bank examiner from fro the Treasury Trta Ury De Department DepartmeBt Dopartmesmt ¬
partment found the Washington branch branchcarrying braRchcarryinc branchcarrying
carrying worthless worth securities upon its itsbooks Itsbooks itsbouki
books and closed Ute doors of the bank bankhere bankhere bankhere
here on October et OctcberlThe ber berThe 9 9The
The same day the bank In Butte Blttl closed closedits cIMedIta cIOedIts
its doors upon receipt of the news from fromWashington fromWaehlqtoa fromWashington
Washington The Washington branch branchand branchand cb cband
and the parent bank in Butte were im immediately immedlatel1 Insmediately ¬
mediately taken tak over by receivers vers ap appointed ap appOInted apja4msted ¬
pointed by the comptroller who set to towork towork towork
work making A thorough examination of ofthe ortbe ofthe
the accounts They were found in a a bad badcondition badooncUtIoft badrondition
condition and the securities MICUrlt of the bank bankwere bankwer bankwere
were wer shown to be almost without value valueOut valueOut valueOut
Out of O3M2 ll42 In resources reported by bythe b bt bythe
t the Washington branch Jut September Septemberonly Seph Septemberonly mber mberooly >
only a few W thousand dollars dolla In cash and andavailable andavailable andvailable
available assets t were found in the vaults vaultsThe vaultsThe vaultsThe
The examination of the accounts re revealed re reveaJed revealed ¬
vealed some Irregularity with 1th reference erence to toi tothe tothe
i the organization of the Illinois Securities SecuritiesCompany SecurlllesCompany SecuritiesCouny
Company involving John T Hoag 1I assist assistant assistant lIJt lIJtant ¬
ant cashier and others and he be with his hisassociates hisa hisassociates
associates a octata in the transaction were ar arrested arrMted arrested ¬
rested and Hong Hoa has since been indicted indictedon
on a charge of conspiracy against the theUnited tileUnkeel theUnited
United States The cases of two others of ofthe oftile ofthe
the alleged conspirators are alto A pending pendingm pe
m m the local courts courtsGift eouruGift eourtLGift
Gift from Helnze HelnzeAnother Hclnzenotber lleinzeetnother
< Another Interesting feature t ture of the fall failore
1 ore 0 of the two banks was the gift of ofAqulltua SfM SfMK 1 1by
K by Augustus Heinz former president presidentof
of the bank hi Butte to the depositors depositorson
on the ground that some of them may mayhave Jft7have mayhave
have been Induced to entrust their money moneytd MODe7t moneyto
td the t Institution believing beUevta him to be still stillconnected aWloonMeted stillconnected
connected oonMeted with 1tb the bank bankThe aDkThe bankThe
The number of depositors depo ltors In the Wash Washington Washington ah ahIqton ¬
ington branch of the bank has S never been beenmade Deenade beenmade
made ade known but the amount of the de deposits depo sicposits ¬
posits po lts according to the SpT S41 S4ember mber ber state statement statement stainsnout ¬
ment was about IWOOO OOOO It IB 1 supposed supposedthat 8UPpoBfdthat supposedthat
that this amount consisted of small sums sumsplaced nmaplaced iunmplaced
placed In the bank by poor people tempted temptedby temptedby temptedby
by the high rate of interest paid by the thebank thebank thebank
bank The largest t depositor depo of which any anyknowledge Anyknow1edse anyknowledge
knowledge has come co to the public was v s a agovernment asovernment agovernment
government employe who had J14W in ac account account account ¬
count with the bank bankPEESIDENT bankPREsIDENT bankPRESIDENT
PREsIDENT TO TAKE A REST RESTAVlll RESTVIII RESTvI1l
AVlll VIII Spend the Remainder of the theAVeeU tIJecek theWeek
Week cek at Pine Knot KnotThe IinotThe KnotThe
The President and Mrs i ra Roosevelt will willleave willleave itl itlJeave
leave for Pine Knot the Virginia VI country countryhome countryhome countryhome
home of Mrs Roosevelt this tit morning morningThey mornb mornbThey morningThey <
They will remain there until next Mon Monday Monday Menday ¬
day when they will return to Washington Washingtonin rahIR n nin
in time for the big annual reception on onNow onN onNew
Now N Tears Day at the t White House HouseAssistant HOUMt HouseAssistant
Assistant t Secretary Latta will accom accompany accompanr accompony ¬
pony the President but only the most mosturgent moat5t mosturgent
urgent public business will b be transacted transactedduring trA tranaaeteddurIng tMLetM tMLetMdurin
during < Mr Roosevelts stay at the home homein homein homein
in Albemarie County Secretary Loeb will willremain willremain iU iUremain
remain in Washington and attend to the theroutine theroutine theroutine
routine matters mattersConsternation matterConsternatioa mattersConsternation
Consternation prevailed prev Jlecl among the Se Secret Se Secret Sccret ¬
cret Service men at the White House Houseyesterday Houseyellterday Houseyesterday
yesterday morning when it was as discov discovered discovered discowteed ¬
ered that the President had left the thegrounds thegr thegrounds
grounds gr with Ith Mrs Roosevelt Roo eveJt and without withoutthe withoutthe withoutthe
the escort e of the usual officers om ers Without Withoutnotice Withoutnotice VlthoutMr
notice Mr and Mrs Irs Roosevelt R velt walked walkedout walkedout walkedout
out of the east gate gat and Visited vl an art artstore artstore artstore
store near Fifteenth and F streets streetsWhen streetsWhen streetsWhen
When the bureau In the Treasury Treaso was wasnotified wasnotifted wasnotified
notified that the President had left his hishome hishome hishome
home unaccompanied by the usual offi officiate omdaJ8 ollidab ¬
ciate dab there was somewhat of a panic panicamong panicamolll panicamong
among the Secret Service men Operator OperatorSteve OperatorSteve OperatorSteve
Steve Connell hurried down the steps and andsoon andlOOn andsoon
soon caught up with Ith the President and andhis andhis andhis
his wife Ue and assumed his duties as asthough asthoup asthough
though nothing unusual un al had happened happenedSeveral happenedSeveral happenedSeveral
Several Senators and Congressmen Congressmencalled Congresamencalled Congressmencalled
called at the Presidents Pre office during durln the theday theday theday
day to see Mr Roosevelt They were in informed Informed informed ¬
formed that h he was not at his desk and andwould 8ndwould andwould
would not be until after his return from froma
a live days vacation at Pine Knot KnotSecretaries KnotSecretaries KnotSecretaries
Secretaries Root and Taft were the only onlyguests 01111ts onlyguests
guests ts entertained at luncheon yesterday yesterdayby esterda1by
by the President PresidentMAEBIED PresidentMARRIED PresidentrILRRIED
MARRIED AFTER SIX YEARS YEARSWaHliinKton YEARSVnHlIln YEARSWashington
Washington VnHlIln ton Man Inn Claims Bride in inEastern InBnstern inEastern
Eastern Ohio Town TownAs TownAs
As the sequel 1 to an accidental meeting meetingsix mootingIIL meetingsix
IIL six years ago while the groom was in inthe Intbe Inthe
the service of the government overnment and had hadbecome hadbeeOme hadbecome
become lost in the woods C G Anderson Andersonof
of this city was wa married yesterday after afternoon nfternoon afternoon ¬
noon to Miss MI Esther Allison at East EastLiverpool EastLIverpool EastLiverpool
Liverpool Ohio Anderson is a member memberof memberof
of the United States engineering engin rlng corps corpsMiss corpsMIM corpsMiss
Miss Allison on is a school teacher and for formerly fo fomen formerly ¬
merly men lived at Fairriew W Va VaWhen VaWhen VaWhen
When the government ordered a survey surveyof surveyof surveyof
of the Ohio valley Engineer Anderson Andersonwas Andersonwas Andersonwas
was made second in command of the thecorps thecorps thecorps
corps One night he lost his way in a adense 8denae adense
dense forest and applied for lodgings for forthe fo fotbe forthe
the night at t the first house he Je happened happenedto
to find The home tom in the woods was oc occupied oceapled ocespied ¬
espied by Mrs Grant Allison a widow widowThe widowTlte widowThe
The next morning he met Miss Allison Allisonand AUisonand Allisonand
and the marriage at East Liverpool is the theresult theresult theresult
result of six years of correspondence and andcourtship andcourtship andcourtship
courtship courtshipMiss courtshipMia courtshipMiss
Miss Allison on and her family f mily are well wollkn8WU wellknown wellknewn
known in Ohio and the wedding yes yesterday yest yesterday ¬
terday t rda was largely attended Anderson Andersonand Andersonaad Andersonand
and his bride will make Washington their theirhome theirhome theirhome
home
Xotlfy Lord Beresford BercsfordThe BeresfordThe BeresfordThe
The State Department yesterday In Informed Informed informed ¬
formed the British Embassy of the death deathof deathI deathof
of Dalaval J Beresford brother of Lor LorCharles Lord LordCharles LordCharles
I Charles Beresford admiral of the British Britishnavy BritishnRY Britishna
navy nRY na who was killed in a wreck in North NortlDakota NorthDakota
I Dakota last Sunday and acting upon i irequest a arequest arequest
request made m de by the Department th thEmbassy the theEmbtuIII1 theEmbassy <
Embassy has informed Mr Boresfords Beresfordfamily Boresfordsfamll Boresfordsfamily
family famll
Arbitrators to Meet Today TodayA
A meeting will be held at 230 oclock oclockthis oclockthis oclockthis
this afternoon n by the plumbers arbltra arbitration arbltrat10n arbltration ¬
tion board In the Georgetown GQorgot wn University UniversityLaw UniversityLBw UniversityLaw
Law S School hool MS 16 B street northwest northwestI
I
J
BABCOCK ON GAS GASAND GASAND GASAND
I ICOTI
AND GAS REDUCTION REDUCTIONCONTINUKD REDUCTIONCorIUKL
CONTINUKD COTI UIW PllOM F1tO l FIRST PAGE PAGEba
guided utded largely 1a1 1 by that tbata report undor undoroath
you understand Youve got to re remember re ¬
member that things have gone up in inprice
In the laat few w years Coal and andlabor
and oil and all the ingredients for formaking
making gas I understand that there has hasbeen
been some > H m me improvement also 180 in the meth methods ¬
of manufacture The question for us usto usis
to whether the improved methods of mak making maktnI maktog ¬
tog gas offset the rise in the prices pneesthen pneesthenwe then thenwe
we can take action actionAnd acOonAnd actionAnd
And what do you think of o the proposi proposition propoaltlon propsaltion ¬
tion of the District of Columbia taking takingov tAkingover takingover
over ov r the plant and making its own gas gasItll gatsItli geeItll
Itll never work It never worked orkod any anywhere anywherenot anywherenot ¬
where wherenot not in Philadelphia or New York Yorkor Yorkor Yorkor
or anywhere I dont think it would work workhere workhere I
here here for it costs more to make gas here herethan herethan herethan
than it does in Philadelphia or New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York YorkWhy
Why WhyBecause WhyBemuse 1 1DeGRUM
Because the coal costs more mor New NewYork NowYork NewYork
York and Philadelphia are re on the sea seaboard seabotLrd seaboard ¬
board and the transportation of the coal coaldont COflIdont coaldont
dont cost them much Here it all has to tobe tobo tohe
be hauled hy rail railthat that counts up and andmust Andmust andmust
must be allowed for forAre forAre forAre
Are you pretty friendly t with the gas gascompany gilaCOmpA1 gascompany
company companyStand COmpA1Stnntb companyStands
Stand for the Siluare Deal DealWhat DenlWha DealWhat
What t 4o you mean Of course Im Imfriendly Imfriendly Intfriendly
friendly with them Im n net t their enemy enemyI
I dont want the people of this District Districtto Dl trlct trlctto
to pay more for gas than is right rt M nor I Idont Idont Idont
dont want to pass pa a law that will practi practically pMtctlCl practirally ¬
rally Cl lj confiscate their property I want nt to totreat totrt totreat
treat everybody right rightYou rightYou rIghtYou
You used to be chairman of the Con Congressional OmeaeIoftt Congressloimal ¬
gressional eaeIoftt Committee didnt you youYes yeaYes 1 1Yes
Yes what of it itHow ItHow Itr ItrHow
How much did the gas company COM ny ever evercontribute evercontribut evercontribute
contribute toward your campaign campal campalpenaecr ex expenses eypenses ¬
penses pensesNot penaecr penaecrot pensesNot
Not ot a a d d4 d oaseS t That is ia so far as asI asI asI
I know I think they ought to have I Idont Idont Idont
dont think that any of the big Wash Washington WahInbton WashInglon ¬
ington concerns co r contribute as much as asthey uthey asthey
they should to the legitimate Umate campaign campaignexpenses eampatgnexpenaes campaignexpenses
expenses Why we have to go among amongthe amongtbe amongthe
the little fellows and get 10 here fl flthere 15 15there 1there
there there and Z = 25 another place Not that thatI
I ever asked eel them for a cent CIA CIADld centDid j
Did you ever solicit contributions from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the Washington Gaslight Company CompanyNo Y Yo j
No o not directly and so far as I know knowRO knowno j jno
no one else ever did cUd cUdBy didDy i iBy
By this tune Representative Repre entattYe Babcock Babcockwas Babeoekwa1klnar Babcockwas
was walking up and down the little offlce oOieeroom olliceroom j jroom
room room and he began speaking 8pea as if he hewere hewere hewere
were on a campaign campaignI n nI
I tell you he said d Im r through now nowwith nowwtth nowwith
with Congreaa CoIIfJr and anclall all I want hi to leave it itright Itnht itright
right And he closed the interview with withthe withthe 1th 1thtbe
the words noted by way o of introduction introductionGAS IntroductionGAS IntroductionGAS
GAS PROFITS ENORMOUS ENORMOUSIntcrcMiiiK E ENORMOUSmm 10RMOUSIntcrc
IntcrcMiiiK Intcrc mm terca tlnJ I I ii mr Facts Pa c I s Disclosed D inclos ed by byHoard byHoard
Hoard of Trnrtc Ten Tf n Yearn eur Ago AUTOThe AgoThe AgoThe
The Washington Board of Trade is ismore ismore
more than likely Jtkel to take cognizance of ofthe orthe ofthe
the public demand for cheaper gas u it itappointed Itappointed Itappointed
appointed a special 8J committee eoMft ft in IMS IMSand UUUae 1SUand
and the immediate result of It its special specialinvestigation speelalinHUsaUon specialinvestigation
investigation was the reduction of the theprice therlee thepilee
price rlee of f gas by the Act of Congress Congressof Con reas reasof
of ISM ISMThe 1 I8 I8The C CThe
The special committee of the Board Boardof Boardof Boardof
of Trade having f1B < the matter in charge chargewas ebar ebarwaalll chargewas
was waalll wade ade up of Jackson a B Ralston RalstonEllis RalatonElU Ralston1lIs
Ellis ElU 1lIs Spear ar George G H L Harries and andFrank udJra andFrank
Frank Jra k N i Carver The committee was wasappointed wuappotntcd wasappointed
appointed in January and it took ten tenMonths tenMentha tenmonths
Months for Its investigation making its itsreport Itsre Itsreport
report re tln in October of the same year The Thecommittee Th ThcOMmittee Thecommittee
committee was w Instructed to find out oatwhat outwhat outwhat
what what In its judgment was a suitable suitableprice suitableprice ultableprlef
price for ga gas of the right quality and andalso UKialso andalso
also to report whether gas If can < be befuntlsfee be1u4 befurnished
furnished more MOr advanta aa advantageou eottsty eot ft bY the theDistrict theDlatrlet theDistrict
District of Columbia or by private cor corporations corratio corporatloima ¬
porations porationsThe poratloimaThe ratio ratioThe
The committee went to toWOtJt work with great greatthoroughness greatthoroughness ttthorou
thoroughness thorou and began at the beginning beginningIt
It found that of the 560tt 011I capital stock stockwhich 8toekwhich stockwhich
which was fixed for the Washington Gas Gaslight 0 0I1gbt Gaslight > ¬
light Company when it was chartered hy hyCongress lyC byCongress
Congress C only 4518 42500 42 09 was 88 paid In cash cashthe cubthe cashthe
the rest probably given to subscribers as asa asa asa
a a bonus The report rehearsed the facts factsof factso factsof
of o the marvelous increases nereaH of capital capitalstock capitalstoek capitalstock
stock by acts of Congress C until it reach reached reached reached ¬
ed SeWew S and in IMS a further tart her Increase Increaseto
to lNOS UM66M The report says saysGift n nGUt ysGift
Gift to the he Stockholder StockholderIt
It is conceded by the t company that thatthta thatUaM thattislu
thta Increase of half a million IBW dollars was wasa wuIL wasa
a a pure gift t to the stockholders no money moneyhaving MOMyhavbag moneyhaving
having been paid therefor by b any of ofthem oCM oCThen ofthem
them themThen M themThen
Then in 172 2 Congress Cr allowed a further furtherincrease furtherIn furtherIncreaas
increase In reue of capital stock oak to f 10 with witha itk itkIL
a a privilege prtvt of an additional t1owa1 increase The TherefMt ThereJ Therepot
repot reJ goes en to say It is contended contendedby eonteackdty contendedby
by the company that the last increases increasesaggregating ber beragTegatlnl increasesaggregating
aggregating JlPWWO ISIOO were re baaed upon uponactual uponactual uponactual
actual cash paid in by the stockholders stockholdersfor stoekboJders stoekboJdersfw
for the stock received fTed by them but a acareful Jlcareful acareful
careful examination of all the facts does doesnot doesnot doesnot
not appear to sustain U ta1n this position inas inasmuch lnasInCb Inasmuch ¬
much as it appears that at times substan substantially substandaJly subetsntinily ¬
tially coincident with 1tb new Issues ues of stock stockenormous stockenormous stockenormous
enormous cash dividends were made far farin tarIn farin
in excess of the amounts received from fromstockholders fromstockbolders fromstockholders
stockholders in payment of new ne stock the thedividends thedhi4lelNla thedividends
dividends in one year aggregating a pt1n S6 per percent perceAt percent
cent ceAt in another ii 5 per cent eent and in a third
50 per cent centThe cell centThe t tThe
The report shows that these increases increasesof
of stock having awakened akeDed the public in interest interest Interest ¬
terest terest a new method was devised of die distributing tUStrlbuUng dietributing ¬ I
tributing the constantly increasing sur surplus surplus surplus ¬
plus without declaring dividends so large targethat largethat largethat
that they would ould excite the cupidity of ofoutsiders ofout ofoutsiders
outsiders out k1ers The company issued i58u to stock stockholders stockholders took tookholders ¬
holders certain certificates of indebted indebtedness looebtedRea ¬
ness 08 aggregating agtN gaUn MMMKO OW These certifi certificates cerUftcates certiltcates ¬
cates however represented r ruented no money moneypaid moneypaid moneypaid
paid In by the stockholders The excuse excusefor excU8efor excusefor
for Issuing l86uln them was that the funds of ofthe oftne ofthe
the stockholders to the amount of ofhad MO6tt MO6tthad 8
had been used In extending the plant plantSays plantS4lIB plantSstys
Says the report Upon these certificates certificatesthus certlftcatesthus certhicatesthus
thus presented to the th stockholders 6 per percent percent percent
cent interest is paid and by this means meansthe meansthe meansthe
the stockholders both eat their cake and andhave andhave aridhave
have it itThe It ItThe itThe
The report was made in lSOi It goes on onDividend onDlvldencl onDividend
Dividend of 87 8 Ier Cent CentWithin CcntWithin CentWithin
Within the past year stockholders have havereceived havereceted havereceived
received as dividends at 0 per cent on 2000 2000fQQ 000 OOOieo
fQQ or 400001 4WCOD and also a S per cent interest intereston
on 9MMfl SKd ero or 11 IL SWft making a total of ofUiiQI of4iOU
486600 When hen one bears > in mind the thefact tbefact thefact
fact that this th amount te paid p ld upon the theactual theactual theactual
actual cash investment of o not exceeding 6tceodingIOQOCIQ exceedingOS1o
IOQOCIQ 00000 OS1o upon which it represents a divi dividend dhldend dlvidead ¬
dend of 87 per cent an idea 98 of the profits profitsof profitso profitsof
of o the gas business u may be formed formedOn formedOn formedOn
On the question of the cost of gas ga pro production production productiots ¬
duction the board of o trade report says saysthat 585tAat saysthat
that the factors vary with the season seasonand se seasonand son sonand
and the market price ofi o olterial naterial terla1 Ac According According According ¬
cording to the best authorities lIutf rltl6B the com committee committee committee ¬
mittee found the cost to be from 26 to 40 49cents 40cents 40cents
cents a thousand To this must be added
10 to 16 cents a thousand as the cost of ofdelivery otdel1very ofdelivery
delivery at the burner To this repairs repairsmust repairsmU8t repairsmust
must be added a ded The reports of the theWashington theVashtngton theWashington
Washington Gaslight Company exam examined examIned exammed ¬
ined by the committee showed that this thisitem thIsItem thisitem
item amounted to 1 per cent of the theclaimed thEclaimed theclaimed
claimed value of its plant or 4 cents per perthousand perUiound perthousand
thousand cubic feet of gas manufactured manufacturedFiguring manufacturedFlgurlnr manufacturedFiguring
Figuring on the cost of the raw ma materials l1Ultarlals materlals ¬
terials the committee found that in 1SS9 1SS9the 1859the 18S9the
the material used cost 86 6 cents per thou thousand thousand thousand ¬
sand feet of gas while in 1S88 iS it cost only onlyZi
27 2 cents per thousand thous oo The rOP9rt con continues contlnuos continuos ¬
tinues tinuesIn tlnuosIn tinuosIn
In arriving at the foregoing results resultswe resultsWQ resultswe
we have assumed the correctness of the thefigures theftgures thefigures
figures furnished by the gas company oomp ny and andthe andthe andthe
the legitimacy of all the terms of the theexpense theexpense theexpense
expense account We Yohae have also assumed assumedthat assumedthat assumedthat
that no favoritism f vorlttam has been exercised in inthe Inthe Inthe
the collection of bills and that no person personhas pErsonhas personhas
has received gas free of charge because becauseof
of his power to torenc1er render political favors favorsWe favorsWe favorsWe
We have not inquired whether expendi expenditures expenditures expenditures ¬
tures for services have b e included the em employment employment employment ¬
ployment of news newspapers pe s or other mediums mediumsto
to nrotect the interests int rests of the th comnany i ir il
r
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Store 830 A Opens M MCloses LAUM i741AtJ lvi AN s Store 830 A Opens M MCloses 11Closes MCloses I
Closes 530 P M MSaturday The Fashion Shop Closes Closes530 530 P M MSaturday MSaturday MSaturday
Saturday 9 P M 402 SEVENTH STREET N W Saturday 9 PM PMEach P M MOur MOur
Our Great SemiAnnu SemiAnnua1I l lClearance
I Clearance Sale SaleIs SaleIs
Is Tremendous Success SuccessEach
Each day brings us the good tidings from the shrewd and clever women womenwho womenwho womenwho
who have visited our store during this sale that nothing in the way of de decided decided decided ¬
cided bargains in highclass highclassTAILORED highclassTAILORED highclassTAILORED
TAILORED COATS AND SUITS SUITSHave SUITSHave SUITSHave
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It Is perhaps trnfllcient to observe that thatin thatIn thatin
in other jurisdictions these items have havematerially havEmaterially havematerially
materially operated to enhance the price priceof priceor priceof
of gas to the plain citizen citizenUse citizenVICe citizenUse
Use of Water Gas Here HereComparing HereComparlo hereComparing
Comparing the cost of gas In I Wash Washington WashIngion rub rubIngton ¬
ington as in Philadelphia the commit committee committee committee ¬
tee found that gas could be manufactur manufactured ¬
ed as cheaply here as there especially especiallytaking eepeetaJbtakta especIallytaking
taking < into account aceo t the increased use of ofwatergas ofat ofwatergas
watergas at p1n ta Washington as shown wn by bythe bythe bythe
the constantly increasing bills bit for oil oilThe oiL oiLThe oilTb
The Tb committee eo refrained from compar comparing eotnparlag coesparlug ¬
lag the coat eO efms gas in Washington with wtthother withother 1th 1tho
other cities because beca it found that in most mostcities meRcIties moatcities
cities the gas manufacture was in the thehands tbehancls thehands
hands of private individuals who ho pos possess poHSII poesees ¬
sees monopolies with the privilege prtytegebarging oC oCcharging ofcharging
charging whatever the tramc will bear bearThe 1 earTIM bearTbe
The selling price in those cities there therefore therefore therefore ¬
fore becomes not a measure of o the cost costof tojf coatof
of production Oll plus a reasonable profit profitbut proltbut prodSbut
but an evidence of the highest point to towhich totch towhich
which tch cupidity may be carried These Theseremarks TegelelRllrks Theseremarks
remarks however did not apply to such suchcities suchcities uch uchcities
cities as Wheeling W Va V Belefontaine BelefontaineOhio 1eIefoataineOhio t4eIofontalfleOhio
Ohio and a a number of others where here gas gasis pafa gasLu
is sold profitably even ven below the Phila Philadeiphia PhUacIeIpbk Phi1adeiphuss
deiphia wise On these facts the com committee comwttee cornndttee ¬
mittee declared declaredgiven declacfCIIt
It 18 apparent rent from the fiat already alreadygiven lrdyst
given st that H 1 per thousand would oukl In InWashington iAWashington InWashington
Washington be aa exorbitant price for forgas fOfs fOfJlunfchml forgas
gas s
Municipal Ownership Favored FavoredIn Fnor cl clIn
In conclusion the committee said saidIf saidIt saidIf
If we would arrive at a a wise ift conclu conclusion eonelumuet conelualoes ¬
aloes we must not Ignore the teachings teachingsof
of experIence We re learn rn from Shaws ShawsMunicipal Shawslunlclpal ShawsMunicipal
Municipal Government in Great Britain Britainp
p lit that it Is the universal testimony testimonyIn
In Great G l Britain that t municipal gas en enterprises 811terprtses enterprises ¬
terprises are a brilliant success Th They Theyha Theyhave y yhave
have ha Ye steadily reduced re U the selling price priceand prteeand priceand
and largely increased the consumption consumptionTheir con umptloaTheir consumptIonTheir
Their management has been as efficient efficientand emcleatami elilcientand
and economical as that of the private privatecompanies privatecompanies privatecompanies
companies They hav han been able while whileselling wldletelling whileselling
selling gas at a low price to pay ex expenses expenses oxpermes ¬
penses and interest accumulate eeumult sinking sinkingfunds sinkingfunds
funds enlarge the plants and make makegood makeall makegood
good all current depreciations and still stillpay stiliPAy stillpay
pay large net profits into the municipal municipaltreasury munlclpllltreasury municipaltreasury
treasury The price In the large towns townsis townsIs townsis
is generally gen rallY from W cents to 75 7 c cents cnt nts per perthousand perthousand perthousand
thousand cubic feet So in America we wennd weAnd weAnd
And that the lowest prices prlc for gas are to tobe tobe tobe
be found where the municipality supplies suppliesthe suppliesthe suppliesthe
the illuminant Between two towns pre presenting preBentlng proseating ¬
seating otherwise similar conditions but buton buton butonq
on onq with nuaictpal ownership and the theother tn tnother theother
other with private ownership municipal municipalgass municipalgass muniCipalgase
gass is sold from 30 to 40 per cent less lessmoney lesemODe lessmoney
money moneyYour mODe mODeYour moneyYour
Your committee would say that even if ifthe iftho ifthe
the District of Columbia CoIum la were to become becomethe becomethe becomethe
the owner of the plant of the Washington WashingtonGaslight WashingtonGaslight WashlngtonOtlSllght
Gaslight Company at its own valuation valuationsay tluatfony valuationsay
say y J4 4001 W was compelled to borrow borrowthat borrowthat iorrowthat
that amount at 3 per cent which it could coulddo coulddo couldmlo
do the interest charged would be but but130MO butuo butwoe
woe 130MO uo as against 4 NOOO 000 this y year ar r paid paidIn paidIn paidIn
In dividends or interest on bogus indebted indebtedness IndebtedneSs indebtedness ¬
ness to the companys stockholders say saying Syins saying ¬
ing nothing of extensions and thus a apublic apublle apublic
public saving of IIOOO H 31l WO would have been beenmade beenmade beenmade
made within twelve months past Al Although Although Although ¬
though the average annual saving might mightbe mightbe mightbe
be less yet it would always be enormous enormousProminent enormouProminent enormousProminent
Prominent citizens who are in favor of ofgovernment o ogovernment ofgovernment
government ownership of the gas plant plantif
if they cannot get Congress to set the price pricedown pricedown pricedown
down to a reasonable rate point to the theevil tbeevil theevil
evil Influence that a corporation shown to tobe tobe tobe
be as Increasingly wealthy as the Wash Washington WashIngton Washington ¬
ington Gaslight Company te s Is a menace menaceto menaceto menaceto
to the District The Investigation of 1S8S 1S8Sby 18Diby 105by
by the Board of f Trade discovered a son sonof sonof sonof
of a prominent Senator in a highsalaried highsalariedposition highsalarledposition highsalariedpositIon
position with the gas company and It is ispointed ispolntfd Ispointed
pointed out as significant that among the theassets theassets theassets
assets of a United UnitedStates < States Senator lately latelydeceased latelydeceased ate1ydeceased
deceased was found some 50000 50 50000 < X worth worthof worthor worthof
of Washington Gaslight stock stockJnKffllng stockJuggling stockJuggling
Juggling with Candlepower GandlcpowerAnother CnndleponerAnother CandlepowerAnother
Another curious and unpleasant feature featureis
is the lack of straightforwardness in some someof someof someof
of the legislation connected with the af affairs affairs alfairs ¬
fairs of the Washington Gaslight Com Companj Compon Cornpany
panj pon The matter of changing the candle candlepower candlepower candlepower
power of the citys gas is instanced The Theact Theact Theact
act which was passed as a result of the theinvestigation theImesUgnUon theinvestigation
investigation by the Board of Trade In
1806 provided That on and after the 3d 3dday 3dday 3dday
day of June 1896 l G the illuminating power powerof powerof powerof
of the gas furnished by any gas light lightcompany IIghtcompany lightcompany
company person or persons in the Dis District District District ¬
trict of Columbia shall be equal to totwentysix totwentyslx totwentysix
twentysix candles by the Bunsen photo photometer photometer photometer ¬
meter using the Bray slit union burner burnerNo burnerNo7 burnerNo
No No7 7 consuming five cubic feet of gas gasper gasp gaspor
per p r hour hOtl and such gas shall not contain containmore containmo containmore
more mo e than five grains of sulphur in any anyI
I
form in l NO < itt cubic feet and shall be free freeof freeof
of the t11 impurity known as sulphureted sulphuretedhydrogen sulphuretedhydro suiphuretedhydrogen I
hydrogen hydro en said > purity to be determined by bypassing b bpaMing bypassing
passing the gas through a glass vessel vesselcontaining vesselContaining
containing strips of bibulous paper paperwashed paperwa paperwashed
washed wa h td with 1tb a a solution of o acetate of lead leadand leadalld leadand
and if any discoloration of the paper per is isfound i5found Infound
found to have taken place that is to be beheld beJaekl beheld
held conclusive co lU8tve as to the presence of ofsulphureted ofulphurted ofsuiphureted
sulphureted hydrogenThis hydrogen lIydregenTht hydrogenThis
This was all right and fixed the thestandard thestandard thestandard
standard and Congress as a whole was wasnot wasnot as asDOt
not asked to change it for any reason reasonbut reasonbut reasonbut
but In the appropriation bill for the Dis District DJstrkt DistrieS ¬
trieS for IMS Th there is inserted a littl littlclause little UtUtteIauM littledane
clause That during the fiscal year J < ear 1983 1983the 1900Ute 19011the
the illuminating power of the gas fur furnished furnltibed furnished ¬
nished by any gas light company com pan per person peroil person ¬
son or persons in the District of o Calum CalumWa CeJumbIa Columhis
Wa shall be equal to twentytwo candle candlepower candlepor candlepower
power notwithstanding the requirements requirementsas
as to candlepower incorporated in section sec soolion seetion ¬
tion 3 of the act regulating the sale of ofgas orgaR ofgas
gas in the District of o Columbia approved approvedJune approooJune approvedJune
June C I 1 1This lSH lSHThis 11KThis
This little Joker Is to be os found in the theappropriation theappropriaUen theappropriation
appropriation Dill of the District for sue succeeding suec suecoeding ¬
ceeding c hg years each clause c1au e of this nature natureproviding natureprovtdtng natureproviding
providing only for the coming fiscal fiscalyear ftscal1eu fiscalyear
year But in the second session of the theFiftyeighth theFiftYeighth theFiftyeighth
Fiftyeighth Congress those having the theInterests tbeInterests theinterests
Interests of the Washington Gas Com Company Comay Cornpony ¬
pony ay at heart he rt had evidently got tired of ofinserting ofUng ofInserting
inserting Ung this clause in the appropriation appropriationbill
bill year after year ye r and so they altered alteredI alteredthe alteredthe
I the phraseology so that once would do dofor dofor dofor
for all allIf if It were ere not noticed noticedso so that now nowthe nowthe nowthe
the law reads And hereafter the Illumi Illuminating mumlnt1Rg illuminatlag ¬
nating power of gas Ac c c ethe ethehereAfter c cthe cthehereafter the thehereafter
hereafter covering nrlng everything everythingTEIES eerythlnSTRIES everythingTRIES
TRIES SUICIDE IN POTOMAC POTOMACFrederick POTOMACFrN1erick POTOMACFrederick
Frederick Dilpor Jump from Ferry Kerryboat Ferryboat Ferryboat
boat but Crew Rescues Him HimFrederick 111mFrederiek himFrederick
Frederick DHger twentyfive who wholives wholives wholives
lives in Bluefield W r Va attempted attemptedsuicide attemptedsuicide attemptedsuicide
suicide yesterday < y afternoon n by jumping jumpicgfrom jumphgfrom jumpingfrom
from a ferryboat into the Potomac river riverDtlger riverDIlger riverDilger
DIlger had been in this city several severaldays seeraldaya severaldays
days and yesterday boarded the boat b for forAlexandria forAJonandrla forAlexandria
Alexandria Shortly after the steamer steamerstarted steameratarted steamerstarted
started Dilgor jumped off the forward forwardend forwardencl forwardend
end and was soon in imminent danger dangerof daRgerof dangerof
of being mangled m ngled by the huge paddle paddlewheels paddlewheels paddlewheels
wheels Passengers saw him leap over overboard overDoard overhoard ¬
board and gave the alarm In a few fewmoments fewMOments fewmoments
moments he had been rescued re e by mem members membelS messbees ¬
bees ef e the crew crewA crewnote crewA
A note was found purporting to ox oxplain 6tplain oxplain
plain his motive for the attempt say saying 1 1IDg salag ¬
lag I am blind Nothing is the cause causeof cau cauof causeof
of it God bless you OU alL As the mans manseyesight manseyslght manseyesight
eyesight is not impaired the police think thinkthat thinkthat thinkthat
that the motive for the deed is remorse remorseover remorseoer remorseover
over a continued debauch debauchImmediately debttuenImmedJatel debauchImmediately
Immediately after the landing of the theboat theboat theboat
boat Dilger was taken to the Emergency EmergencyHospital EmergencyHospital EmergencyHospital
Hospital where late last night he was wasreported wasreported wasreported
reported to be rapidly recovering from his hisbath hisbath
bath 01 His brother Theodore DHger i ia IR Is Isa
a jeweler in Bluefleld and the police last lastnight lastHight lastnight
night notified him of the occurrence He Hei 1I 1Iwill Hewill
i will come to Washington WashingtonDEATH WashingtonDEATE VAshlngtonDEATH
DEATH DUE TO EXPOSURE EXPOSTJUECI EXPOSUREC1lnrlelC EXPOSUELCharles
CI Charles nrle Bowwcll Fount Lifeless In InRoom InRoonl InRoom
Room on Pennsylvania l Avenue AvenueCoroner AvenueCoroner AvenueCoroner
Coroner Nevitt pronounced yesterday yesterdayafternoon yesterdayaftrnoon yesterdayafternoon
afternoon that the death of Charles Bos Boswell Boswell Beewell
well the aged white man who was found founddead founddead founddead
dead in a room at 326 Pennsylvania ave avenue avenue ayenue ¬
nue northwest was due to old age and andexposure nndexposure andexposure
exposure Boswell came to the house houselate houselate houselate
late Tuesday night and was given a room roomNo roomNo roomNo
No trace of his family connections has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been found as yet but it is reported that thathe thathe thathe
he has relatives living in this city elt These Thesethe Thesethe Thesethe
the police are endeavoring to locate locateExamination locateExnntlnutlol1 locateExamination
Examination for JlessengerThe Messenger MessengerThe llcascngerThe
The Civil Service Commission announC announcee an announces ¬
nounC nounces 5 an examination to be held onlyhere onlyhere only onlyhere
here here on Januar January 12 190 1907 to secure eligibles eligibIos eligi eligibles
bles from which to make certification tofill to toflll
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