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2 THE WASHINGTON HERALD TUESDAY TUESDAYANUARY JANUARY 22 2 1907
C6NTRACTORSHEARD C6NTRACTORSHEARDlj6r OTRAOTORS 11EARD 11EARDiiverBaiigs
oUverBaiigs lj6r 3augs Firm Explain ExplainStatus ExplainStatns ExplainStatus
Status to President PresidentCAN PresidentCAN PresidentCAN
CAN DIG DIG THE PANAMA PANA1rfADITOH PANA1rfADITOHbit DITCH DITCHVisit DITCHVisit
Visit bit White House TVhcre hcre Confer Conference ConfertJU Conferclee ¬
ence tJU C In Held I1eldStnudlng Standing to Be Care Carefully Cnrefnlly Carofn1I ¬
fully fn1I Investigated In Inv stigntellCbnrgcH Charge Made MadeOnly MadeOItI Inlle InlleOuI
Only OuI Against Dang BangO1tver Oliver May MayPick JInyPlel MayPick
Pick Another Partner for Contract Contractvesfcfent Contractt
I vesfcfent esIent t Roosevelt Roo last evening evenn gave a aHearing au aeads
Hearing u eads rIn to William fnUam J Oliver and 00 Anon AnsonM AnNftM Anonf
M f Bangs who ho on January IS I submitted submittedthe submlt ubm1ttedthe l
the iovasst it 1M8t Md for the contract co tract to eon construct eonstruet eonstruct ¬
struct Use Panama Canal There were werepresent werepreesit eIe eIepreHllt
present besMes Mr Oliver and nd Mr Bangs BangsSecretary BanrsSecretary ans ansSecretary
Secretary Taft Chairman Sbonts of the theCanal theCaftal theCanal
Canal Commission Eugene 4Jes 1os of Bir Birmingham Blrm Birmksgham ¬
mingham m i H W Lindsay Frank Barna Barnabe Barnaad Barnabee
be bee and John T I Wilte the latter four fourbeinc fourbelnc fourbeing
being rte fden rtoi ds s and counsel for the bidders biddersAt biddenAt bIddrAt
At UM meeting Messrs Oliver and Bangs Bangsprodocojr Dan Danprod Bangsprodecfacta
prodocojr prod prodecfacta facts to show themselves finan financially ftnanciaDy Itnandaily ¬
daily capable pabe of carrying car out the great greatcontract greatconttaet greatcontract
contract and ateo aeo ether evidence to dem demonstrate demonatrate demonstrate ¬
onstrate their responsibility responsibilityThe reapon iblltty ibllttyThe
The fight t against Oliver and nd Bangs car carried earriea carrle ¬
ried rle on by the McAfthurGHIespie com combination eontblnatlon cornbinatlon ¬
bination which submitted the third lowest lowestbid lowestbid oweetbid
bid aeems to have centered upon Mr MrBangs MrBange 11 11Banss
Bangs At the conclusion concuaon of the confer conference conference conference ¬
ence at the White House it was an announced annoofted annonneed ¬
nounced noofted that a decision ht the matter of ofthe otthe ofthe
the award would probably be reached reachedwithin reAchedwithin reachedwithin
within a fern t days daysIt daysIt daysIt
It was said that the canal coinmieeion coinmieeiondesires cornrnlssonderes Ioft Ioftdefll
desires defll to investigate Inn tlpt the OliverBangs OliverBangsconeer OItverBa OItverBaCOft OltyerBangs00000rN
coneer to t the very utmost ult so that there therewould therewould therewould
would be absolutely no question que tloft concern concerning concernIng concernIng ¬
ing their ability both financially ftaanda1t and andotherwise aDdolberwlM andotherwise
otherwise of carrying carryng on the work of ofconstruction ofcomltrucUon ofconstriaction
construction The investigation princi principally principally principaily ¬
pally concerns S the record > f Mr 1r r Bangs Bangswho Bangswho Bangswho
who it is i alleged alle failed falle in a number of ofcontracts ofcontract ofcontracts
contracts and was also implicated in some someway 80meway someway
way in the Savannah River frauds frauds2Uny fraudIn frauds1ny
2Uny In 1ny Pick Another Partner PartnerThere Partnerre PartnerThere
There re will possibly be a curious Situa Situation sttuation Uua Uuation ¬
tion It it t is I found that Mr Bangs has hasnot haanot haznot
not the standing to warrant his being beinggiven betB betBrt bengghsn
given rt 8n th the contract It is claimed thnt if ifMr ItMr IfMr
Mr Bangs Ba should kl be declared Ineligible IU IneIIgtbethe Ineligiblethe DIe DIethe
the canal commission has the power powerto powerto powerto
to permit Sir Oliver to select some one oneelse ooeebi useelse
else ebi who would be entirely tlrely satisfactory satisfactoryto atl ctory ctoryto
to be associated a with him himMr blmMr himMr
Mr Oliver who came here from Knox Knoxvllle KlWxvUIe Knuxvile
vllle vUIe Teen didnt have a moment to tohimself tohimHIf tohimself
himself yesterday ye until he went to bed bedlast biHtlast bedlaM
last night tired out No sooner would he hestart hestart hestart
start a conversation with one person than thanhe thanhe thanhe
he would be interrupted by some 80ine one else elseon eliteon ese eseon
on business equally important The Thecontractor Thecontraetor Thecontractor
contractor is most polite le matter how howhastily bowhastily howt
t hastily basUI be is called away be never for forgets torgets forgetz ¬
gets to excuse himself and say 1 that ho howill It Itwill hwill
will return in a few minutes minutesSurrounded minut minutSurrounded minutesSurrounded
Surrounded by fellow business men Mr MrOliver MTOUver MrOliver
Oliver spent much of his bl time yesterday yesterdayand YestenlAand yesterdayand
and loot evening evetttn in the tb lobby of the tnoRalefgh thlRal therta1e4h
Ralefgh Ral Hotel A reporter rep for The Wash Washington Wasklngton lash lashIngtoa
ington Herald requested an interview interviewHe InterriewHe httertlewlie
He drew to one side and began n the con conversation COlIYtrsatton convrsadon ¬
versation YtrsattonAIIcd
Asked About Charges ChargesWhat C1knre C1knreVhat 1tnrl cCt cCtVhat
Vhat do you think of the charges chargespreferred charl charlpreterrelll charesprefeITS
preferred against t you by the other con coniruotorT 001II
I iruotorT ructor wag asked askedIts aikedIts ed edIt
Its It all III the course of human event eventio events eventaje eventsit
io replied 3o far as my good faith is isuQceraed taUD tounceaed
uQceraed UD and my intentions InteDt to carry out outthe outthe outthe
the undertaking on which we have made madeA
A bid bid do you suppose rd put up certl certlfud certlfd cordfi4
fud check for I8fOI QM unless I intended to tot toarry toarry
t arry < rry out the details t dat U UBut tlor tlorBut r rBut
But But Mr 1 Oliver what do you think thinkubOBt tlUnkoollt thinsabopt
ubOBt ubOBtTelegram aboptTeleram oollt oollthTeIecra
hTeIecra Telegram telegram Mr Oliver Olivershouted OII Oflerhouted ft ftshouted
shouted a vpe e boy and before the ques quesWEATHER queWEATHER quesWEATHER
WEATHER CONDITIONS CONDITIONSU
V 8 Dei Dep De l Agriculture Wmtber tatler Bnmu BnmuWMkfacton 1mauWaMIn1t
WMkfacton WaMIn1t 1011 Monday = Iy < Jan tI WT WTSpecial 11 p p IL ILSIeelal m mSpecial
Special Flood Bulletin BulletinThe UuUetfnThe BulletliiThe
The Okfo ftfor Iier ia i biting u a nu fu down M Cincte CinctenU Ctoclanail
nU naU wiMK tile Maximum lUge mcfacd was Ski t feet tINt
1 12 2 lilt elsie iDocIltate bed e ud tile bi1eaL MjIJIt Ms l ofrvconk
1lCOIdI rvconk with tile ereeptjoa or those fit F1nuy IS IS IS1S3sod
1883 1S3sod 1885 wd Xebrwy M MM wkich were HI I rad Rl Rlfett TLItlt 711fett
fett tlt reapeettolj reeheI The eoid WMUwr tIIer hu had IuIdf MM MMf e effvvt
f f > ff ftm t fa lowering lowni the flood d ere au aes which wbic will IMC IMCMadinb Jd Jd1actia1 irnMadiarn
Madinb MM asit LonteriHe To dy y Moratoc with wtttof tU taes taesof e eof
of abnt t Iti feet ta S aDd mi to U lea Met MetieIJ rape rapeively ueped uepediTely
ively No o cUagnt fan mfiow lotewHa Iowon an indi indicated ia4Iicatfd todcatof ¬
cated ta tk 1M b lower river riverThe merbe rinsThe
The Lower MtaMnii rtot r eontteues Moodily aid aadKtagea aldstafJ aidstages
stages I a as follow ate indicated below Helena wfthta wfthtatwo wfthetwo
two wedu rnki Attaints Am City S OrMmttle 48 a8 a8fed 4 and andlater ceaivki
ivki fed feet wIth a nItPCCt l A be bet1llft k ktwern
t1llft 51 sod feet at tM latter place esse ue uelater turnItter
later The stage at KransvUIe Mondar I I4U JMratag WM wee44I
4U 44 tat f U g fMt t abovo flood 1ItaWf ta a 2d d at Cairo to touigfat Ienilb t twght
uigfat 4M 4 fort feet Ot foot above boft flood GoodGenernl fe feGeneral e eGeneral
General Forecast ForecastPreMww ForecnMtrnn ForecnNtPreemue
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per 11 Utamiwi IedA Valley aller the Uwer LoJw La and We Weera W Wem WM WMem
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Brjwmltr dear except ta WuhMgtoa W sad lid lidI WeMara WeMaraMontM WmuewMonaa
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Metes tat where thej the are ntw from 5 to If degrat Wow Wowthe IIeIowthe b bthe
the MMonal avenge a aues ebcwUtie they have item JtIea e eixvkltr es espedallr asn
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ward share of if the Lower Lake LakeTemperatures aka akaTeiallflatUftl LakesTepnatuivs
Temperatures will rtae in to the AUantie Statea SUt and aadthry andflltJ endtttty
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fresh Mrtheatferly OK the Gulf eOMi nghi to toD h tvo tvomvthssm A AnorthcMt
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Hun oeuld uld be finished Mr Oliver had ex exottied exoutdhlmself cxaUtedltimself
ottied outdhlmself himself and was absorbing the con oonteftts conteAts contests
teAts of the message He had received receivedthroe reeetvedthlH receivedthree
throe In a a bunch bunchHe bunchHe bunchHo
He Is also receiving suggestions sugSUu ns from frompeople fromPtOP1 frompeople
people in all parts part of the country telling tellingIjlra tellingtInt tellingilim
tInt hftw to build the great trench The TheouUtno Theoutline TheOuUIne
outline of the writers plan in Insome some of the theletters thel theltters
l letters tera is absolutely ab absurd ab while bne others othersare othersare othersare
are ingeniously thought out but in most mosteases mo mostcases t tea
eases ea complicated beyond any prac practicability prllCtCblftr practcabItty ¬
ticability ticabilityA
A letter was received yesterday yeat niay by Mr MrOftver MrOftver MrOftve
Oftver suggesting tho best way to dig digthe digthe digthe
the Culsbra cut Wh was by means of dyna dynamite dynamite dynsmite ¬
mite Tha writers idea Ido TV va was that all allalong allalong n naJo
along aJo K the cut wells be excavated at dif different dlffrent different ¬
ferent points When this thl task had been beencompleted beoncompletl beancompleted
completed all the contractor had to do dowould dowould dowould
would be to fill flu the wells with i1h an Im Immense Immenle Immanse ¬
manse charge of dynamite touch off the thefuse thefuse thefuse
fuse and the great blast would accom accomplish aeeompUsh accompUsh ¬
pUsh the th work that has h been puzzling puzzlinggovernment pumlngpvern puzzlinggovernment
government pvern umt officials fflclals and others for foryears forY8ltS foryears
years The letter has bit been placed on file fileGet ftleGet rn rnGets
Gets Get Chance to Speak SpeakFinally SpealnUy SpealtFinally
Finally Mr Oliver had another chance chanceto
to speak to the reporter reporterI
I do not blame the President in i the theleast theleut theleast
least for fortaking taking time in deciding the con contract contract contract ¬
tract he said The job is a abig Wg one oneThe oneTM oneThe
The question stands tonight tonl bt Just as it itdid Itdid itdid
did this Ut morning < There has been abso absolutely abiolutely absolutely ¬
lutely no change in the situation We Ve are areanxious areanxioul areanxious
anxious for fOS fo a decision and of course courseare couneue courseare
are confident of securing the contract contractMr eontractr contractMr
Mr r Oliver was then besieged by It a dozen dozenothers dOLeAothers doconothers
others and was engaged from that time timeuntil timeundl timeuntil
until he finally succeeded in getting to tohis tohis tohis
his room for the night nl ht In addition to tomen tomen tomen
men looking Jookln for subcontracts Mr Oliver Oliveralso Oliveralso Oliveralso
also has received enough ellOu h communications communicationsfrom communlcatl1Uifrom communicatIonsfrom
from persons applying for positions po and andothers alHlotbers andothers
others personally to organise a small smallsized smallatzed smallsized
sized army armyWill arm3Ilt armyWill
Will Ilt Consider Convict 1lnii 1lniiHarry lOIn llunHarry n nHarry
Harry S Edwards a writer and post postmaster tmaster postmaster ¬
master at Macon Ga has written to toPresident toPresident toPresident
President Roosevelt and Mr Oliver Uver sag suggesting au auetJtI saggesting ¬
gesting etJtI that convict labor from the theUnited theUnited theLnted
United States be employed in digging diggingthe tgctacthe diggingthe
the canal canalI
I have not thoroughly t hlT considered this thisplan th thplan thIsplan
plan Mr Oliver said W yesterday Ye wntay To Toemploy Toempioy Toemploy
employ convicts on the job would require requiresome requiresome requiresome
some time to put the systtfm In working workingorder wOfklngorder workingorder
order Besides it would necessitate the theenactment theenactm theenactment
enactment enactm nt of special legislation Jatlon This Thisplan Thisplan Thisplan
plan however will 111 be considered consideredSTEVENS con consideredSTEVENS ttlered ttleredSTEVENS
STEVENS VISITS VISITSWASEINGTN VISITSWASEINGTNDCCIInOM WASHINGTON WASHINGTONDeclincH WASHINGTONDccllncH
DeclincH to Dlncu DIncucn r Ills Avpcint Avpcintnicnt AlIGlntment tppoIntnient
nicnt by h Gov po Hughes I1l1gbeltTho hughesThe 0 0The
The Hon Frederick C Stevens Steve State Statesuperintendent Statesuperln Statesuperintendent
superintendent superln endent of public wtwks wk of New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York and president jot of the Commercial Commerciali CommerdalNatloM1 CommercialNattona
i National Bank of this th eity elt was wa in Wash Washington W WOR WashIngton ¬
ington OR yesterday but left for New N York Yorklast YorkJut Yorklast
last night nl bt His home te In Attica N Y Ybut Ybut 1 1but
but he says that the affairs a < aln of the bank bankbring bankbring bankbring
bring him so often to Washington that thatthis thatthis thatthis
this this too is his horn hornThe homThe hornThe
The recent appointment of Mr r Stevens Stevensby StevenaIty Stevensby
by Gov Hughes of New York was a agreat areat agreat
great reat surprise to the politicians politic as it had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been thought that by the rearrangement rearrangementof 8rraqellMfttof
of Mr Stevens senatorial district d Jtrict which whichrendered whichrendered whichrendered
rendered it impossible Im 1e for him to secure a arenominatlon arenomination arenomination
renomination he had been politically politicallyburied pol1Uca11yuried politicallyburied
buried uried The appointment as State super superintendent superIntendent per perIntendfont ¬
intendent of public works makes Mr MrStevens MrStenna MrStevens
Stevens It is said a bigger political pollt power powerthan powertban powerthan
than ever Under his supervision the thegreater thegnoater thegreater
greater part of the iflMt000 010 barge canal canalwill caaalII canalwill
will II be builL Mr Stevens before tore he left leftdeclined I4ft I4ftdecllftM leftdeclined
declined to discuss the political poIt cal situation situationta tuaUoa tuaUoabt
ta New York or to express expre any views vie on onpublic ORpublic onpublic
public questions questionsSTUDENTS questionsSTUDENTS questionsSTUDENTS
STUDENTS NEED NO LICENSE LICENSEBook LICENSEBool LICENSES LICENSEBook
S
Book Dealers Complain Because eeaufte Col ColIcgc College College
lege Boys Do Sell S I1 Booli BooliTheCommissionersareinreceiptofa DoolaThe floo1nThe
TheCommissionersareinreceiptofa The Commlasio Commissioners enare are in receipt of oft a num number number sumher
ber of letters front frontthe the flrra of W H Low Lowdellllll1t Lowderedik
1
dermflk ft Co book dealers in which they thera11ee theyallege j jallege
allege that students of the George Wash Washington WaablnCtOft WashItigLon
ington University Georgetown Geot wn Unirerslty Unirersltyand lntvellltynet Universityand
and net Howard Unhreratty UnfTer q are aren n acting cdacbook as asbook a abook
book agents ta for outofOown Urns re recetving re recelvta recetying
cetving < a commission comm on all books sold soldThe wThe acIdThe
The ttrm contends that these students stu4enucome studentscome bI bIcome
come within the provisions pro mons of the law lawwhich Jawwhich lawwhich
which provide that commission comnilui ft merchants merchantsshall merchantsshall tChant tChantsbaJl
shall pay a tax of 45 4 per per annum annumLicense aanUMIAeeue annurnLicense
License Inspector W J Donovan to towhom towhom towhom
whom tne matter mater was referred yesterday yesterdaysubmitted ye yesterdaysubmItted tenlay tenlaybmttteel
submitted bmttteel the fottSwing t n report to Assessor AssessorE
E E W W OrtlUn OrtlUni Grt GrillintIn ln lnIn
i In company with Inspector R C Mel Melton Melton el eltOIl ¬
ton tOIl of this allies I investigated InTCIIUp the tttate tttatement idatoment to toJaeIIt
ment of W H Lowdermilk A Co as to totoe tnuie tothe
toe uie sale of books in the medical schools > f fthe fthe fthe
the universities mentioned therein by bystudents ItyttMlnt8 bystudents
students in the schools hools and find that the thestudents the8tudtntaJ thestudents
students confine their transactions strictly strictlyto
to the universities in which they study studyand tudyand studyand
and I do not think the students referred referredto referredt
to are liable to commission merchants merchantsor
or other license licensePLOOD licenseFLOOD e eFLOOD
FLOOD SUFFERERS APPEAL APPEALRcHhlciifH APPEALt APPEALRCI4lalentK APPEALRcldejits
RcHhlciifH of Kentucky Uentnck Town Send SendTclesTram SenllTc1e SendTelerram
t
TclesTram Tc1e rKnl to CominiHsionerM CominiHsionerMAn COllllul loner8 loner8R
An R appeal for financial aid 14 has been re recelred roe roecel recelved
celred cel by b the CommisstonerB from the theflood theAoocJ thedood
flood sufferers u erens of Augusta QCusta Ky Commis Commissioner CoInm CoInma Comminstoner ¬
stoner Macfariand a faiancl yesterday received the thefollowing thefonwin thefollowing
following < telegram from T S S Bradford Bradfordmayor Bra4tonfmayor Bradfordmayor
mayor of that city cityOur cityOur cityOur
Our flood suffering IAIlCfIi is beyond our ourfinancial ourftnanclal ourftnaneIal
financial ability Will 111 you help us usMr naT naTMr T TMr
Mr MacfArtand said yesterday he would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be glad lad to receive and transmit any con contributions contrtbuUoM contributionm ¬
tributions that may be made It is esti estimated estimated estimated ¬
mated that at least 150W 1 eoe people are arehomelese areJaomelMIII arehomeless
homeless on account of the flooding Ioodt of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the lower section of Cincinnati and the thetowns tlMtowna thetowns
towns on the Kentucky side of the Ohio OhioRiver OlaloRiver OhioRiver
River RiverPAIL RiverFAIL RiverFAIL
FAIL TO IDENTIFY KARL HAU HAUTVItiicNMCM HAUyltlleK HAUWltncNMe4
TVItiicNMCM yltlleK e1 Unnl Unable le to Pick Him no noSuitpoHoil IUSUltpONeU asSupposed
Supposed Murderer MurdererBaden JlurllererBaden Murdererlinden
Baden Baden Germany Jan 21 21Karl 21Karl 1 1Karl
Karl Hau the th George Washington hln ton Uni University Unlveratt LTniversity ¬
versity veratt professor who is I charged with withhaving withhaving Ith Ithhavln8
having murdered his motherinlaw motherinlawFrau JftotherInJawFrau motherInlawFrau
Frau Moliter Moll tr which accusation he A reso resolutely resolutely o oJutely ¬
lutely denies was today confronted confrontedwith eonfronteclwith confrontedwith
with persons who had seen the murder murderer ¬
er on the day the woman was killed killedThey killedThey killedThey
They failed to identify the prisoner as asthe asthe asthe
the man they had seen seenProtest seenProtest n nProteltt
Protest Apralnst Greater Speed SpeedProtest SpcclIProte8t SpeedProtest
Protest against increasing the speed of ofstreet oflreet ofstreet
street lreet cars in suburban districts is made madeto mild mildto madeto
to the Commissioners by the AnacosUa AnacosUaCitizens AnaeoslUCltlana AnacestiCitizens
Citizens Association through its secre secretwy aecretar secretory
tar C A Burr Mr rr Burr states that thatowing thatowing
owing to the thickly populated section in inAnacostla InAnC08tla InAnacoatia
Anacostla through throu h which the street s et cars carspass carspass
pass the same limit of speed should hold holdas holdu holdas
as In the city proper properDont prnptrDont properS
Dont Don S t wait waitopen waitopena open opena
a deposit account accountNow accountNow accountNow
Now with the strongest finan financial financial ¬
cial institution south of Phila Philadelphia Philadetphia Philadeiphia ¬
delphia und east of St Louis
2 per cent interest on onchecking onchecking
checking accounts accounts45OOOOO
4500000 4500000Capital 45OOOOOCapital
Capital and Surplus SurplusAAVERICAN Surpl SurplusAMERICAN s
AMERICAN SECURITY SECURITYAND SECURITYAND
AND TRUST COAPANY COAPANYCHARLES COAPANYCHARLES COMPANYCELUtLS
CHARLES J BELL President Presidentx
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jPtttaentii and Pennsylvania PeautlYA Avanut A eRn eRnl
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GREAT ARMY READY READYPresident READYPresident READYPresident
President Can Mobilize 13
369881 Fighting Men MenHAS MenRAE MenHAS
HAS RAE POWER PO R OF CONSCRIPTION CONSCRIPTIONntcrcKtlnft CpNSCRIFTION CpNSCRIFTIONInterelltlng CONSCRIPTIONS CONSCRIPTIONInteresting
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Interesting Stntl St Statistics tlll tlc c Made Inde Known Knownuy Iuownb Knownby
uy b the Annual Report of the Mili Military MIII1ar 1111 1111tnr ¬
tary tnr Secretary of the Army ArmyTotal ArmyTotalNumllcr ArmyTotalUflhlej Total TotalXumucr
Xumucr Uflhlej of Males Iale for Duty Dut In Dln Dlntrlct DIIItrIct Dinirlot
trlct of Columbia Is 5SOOO 5SOOOIn tOOO1t ZOO ZOOIn
In case of need It Is possible po slble fIt the themilitary the themflltary themIlitary
military authorities under direction of oftlW ofUte oftM
Ute President klnt to mobilize mob11fzean an army arm of ofIS otI ofIL5It
IS I IL5It vt lt fighting men according to the theafual theAlval theAtuai
afual report of the Military Secretary Secretaryof ocrotary ocrotaryof
of the t army on the militia of thecountry thecountrySince the thecountrySince country countryI
Since the passage pas age of the militia act by byCongress b bCon byCongress
I
Congress Con re s in 1909 is the militia of the coun country Qun Quntry Auntry ¬
try has been technically divided into Intotwo Intotwocla two twoclassesthe twoclassesthe
classesthe cla estbe organized and reserve militia militiaAccording mllltfaAccorcJlftg mIIItInAccording
According to the th report the organize organizemillUa orgnl1militia orgazdUmilitia
militia of the District of Columbia nnd andall nndall nndall
all the States and Territories on Daoim Daoimber D Dccmmher lm lmber
ber SI 1 1N aggregated 112300 while the thaunorganized thenorganlzed theunorganized
unorganized militia aggregated 13217491 13217491The 13 13217491The 7491 7491The
The reserve militia Is it composed comp sed of every everyablebodied everyhlebodled everydebodied
ablebodied hlebodled male citizens of the United UnitedStates tnltedmatH UnitedStates
States and every foreigner who has de dej deeJared dodared
j dared his Intentions of citizenship be between between between ¬
tween the ages of eighteen and fortyfive fortyfiveyears fortyfiveyears fortrflveyears
years By the provisions of the th law lawit lawIt lawIt
it is possible for the President to call callupon callupon ettilupon
upon every citizen thus specified in time timeof tiMeof timeof
of urgent need in war giving him prac pracUcally pracUcaJlr practically
Ucally the powers of conscription conscriptionOrganized con conscriptionOrganized riptlon riptlonOrgnnlze
Organized Militia 3IllltlnThe MilitiaThe IUltlnThe
The total strength of the organized mi miHtia militia mllitla
Htia Is a given stv n as s follows General officers officersenenl
41 general enenl staff officers 9S7 ST regimental regimentalofficer regimentalo regimentalotlicero
officer o leers 219 i1I company officers 5387 to total total totisi ¬
tal commissioned officers o S s M noncom noncommissioned noncomm noncommissioned ¬
missioned m ned officers musicians privates privatesAc prlVlltotte privatesc
Ac c VOJSSl total officers and men 112301 112301The I1MTu 11219 11219The
The total number of males available for formilitary formilitary formilitary
military duty but unorganized in the theDistrict theDl8trtet theDistrict
District is 6200ft iZ 2S The aggregate a regate strength strengthof stren th thof
of the organised militia in the District Dt trlet is
1 1174 1174Since 174Since 74 74Since
Since the militia mW a act of IllS became op operative operative operative ¬
erative there the has been a decrease of o over overI overp
I per cent nt in the total strength of the theorganised theorpnlse theorganIsed
organised militia which is due In part partto partto t tto
to the disbandment or reformation of oforganisations oCorpnbaUona oforganizations
organizations that were reported by In Inspecting Inpectin Inspecting ¬
specting pectin officers to be inefficient The Thefollowing TIt TItrolloin Thefollowing
following rolloin table shows the strength of the theorganised theorganlaecl theorganised
organised militia by military geograph geographical geographteal eoraphleal ¬
teal divisions and departments dep rtJAents as shown shownby shown1ty shownby
by special inspections made during the thespring tItePrln theaprtng
spring of o M08t lIO1Geographical f fGeographical fGeogrnphlcnI
Geographical Division DivisionAtlantic Dhlf DiVisionsAtlantic Jllc JllcAtlantic
Atlantic DIvtIIIoDG DivisionGeneral en eral officers offleers4tJHaI sad aslgeneral sadgeneral
general 4tJHaI staff 511 5 engineers ff6 cavalry cavalry34M cavalry2m
34M 2 heavy artillery 517 2171 17l light artil artillery arlU1eIT artilery ¬
lery ery 2150 machine gun batteries 114 114fnUT ta tafantry Isfantiy
fantry IMX R signal gal corps KS i51 hospital hospitalcorps hoIIpttalcorpe hospitalcorps
corps 772 total did fifKNorthern 11 11Northffn didNorthern
Northern Division Dlv DivtitonOeneral tlonOeaeral General ofttcerc and andgeneral aadeneral andgeneral
general eneral staff ta1f 390 engineers mee Sl cavalry
741 lIght artillery art lftT IN Infantry Infantrysignal tfttaatryaipaI II IIsignal
signal corps C 19 Ii hospital corps cor IK 1 total totalSouthwestern totalIo1IUaweReni totalouthwestrn
Southwestern Division DtfWe DIvIsisaGeneral General l staff staffand 1LttucI stansad
and general eoers otaoers TOf 1 engineer engt eerw 44 44cavsJry 44cavalry Hca
cavalry ca 4ft Ma heavy l artillery t jft light Jlshttl ar artillery art5iiery ¬
tillery tl IetT r tVtrr tVtrr1W why 4 1 1I
1W 4 h irts T S J < M t tPact ii iiMember A APIle
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Member Families and Guests Jlcar JlcnrDiversified JlcarDlyer JlcarDiversified
Diversified Dlyer l ecl Programme ProgrammeThe PrornmUlcTbe
The Germanl Maennerchor entertained entertainedits
its It members and their families and guests guestsat g1Ie8tsa guestsat
at a concert dramatic production and andball a aNJI andball
ball at the National Rifles m Armory last lastnight lastJ lastnight
night The musical programme MOCrtU me consist constating COD8itttlai consistlnj ¬
ing of vocal and instrumental numbers numberswas numlterawu numberswas
was rendered by the Maennerchor Orches Orchestra Orc OrctJ8 Orchesira ¬
ira the male chorus Frank Genth and andMiss antiMiss i
Miss X Eva Frank FrankThe FrankThe I
The concert part of the programme was wasfollowed v vfelloed ws wsfollowed
followed by the dramatic section pret prett prettE prestlog t tmg
mg log E Chrlstianls song play 1 Der Fatal FatalIat Fataliat
iat book by F A Rockar The various variousMans variousJt8IUI variouspeeks
I Mans peeks in the oneact piece which Its itnmeasely 1m 1mI Itsmeesely
measely I pleased pIea the large audience were weretaken were18k wesetakn
taken 18k by Ludwig Deksher F A Rockar RockarMrs Rockalira RockarMrs
Mrs BoeseabergWeber Mrs Irs Eacher EacherLehnluirdt Jhcl EsclsrLehnhardt <
Lehnluirdt Miss Leila LeU M Helbi Helbig and aadFred andFred ad adFred
Fred L L Aue Miss m Ida Ogolf and Miss MissEva MilsETa MissEva
Eva Frank accompanied the song parts en enthe n nthe nUte
the piano and F A Rockar acted as asstage Ita asstage
stage ta e manager managerSENATOE managerSENATOR managerSENATOR
SENATOR FULTON TRIUMPHS TRIUMPHSDefeats TRIUMPHSDefeatH TRIUMPHSDefeats
Defeats Xomiiintion of District At Attorney 11 11torney t ttorney ¬
torney for Oregon OrcRonSenator OrcgonSenator OregonSenator
Senator Fulton has ba apparently won wonhis WOIIbl wonhis
his bl fight ft ht against a alnst the confirmation oi oithe oflhe cithe
the nomination of W C Bristol to Ix Ixdistrict 1Hdltrlct bedistrict
district attorney of Oregon A sub subcommittee subcommittee subCommitted ¬
committee of the Senate Judiciary Judiclar Com Committee ComJftlttee Cornmittee ¬
mittee yesterday made an adverse re report r rport roport ¬
port on it to the full committee The Thefight Thet Theftght
fight t has been a bitter one and went wentso wentG wentso
so far as to Include charges by b Bristols Bristolsfriends BristolstrleR Bristolsfriends
friends trleR implicating ImpiteUn Senator Senft tor Fulton in inthe Inthe Inthe
the land frauds fradOf of Oregon to the extent extentof extenter extentof
of attributing attributiphis his antagonism to Bris Bristol Brletol Briatol ¬
tol to an effort to prevent prosecution prosecutionof
of some me ftr of his It Is personal friends The Theaction Theaction Theaction
action of the subcommittee Is taken as asa asa asa
a complete vindication of Senator Ful Fulton Fulton FultOn ¬
ton from these charges chargesAssigns chngesAIIIgnH ehergesAssigns
Assigns All to IliN Creditor CreditorAlleging CrctlltorllAIIeiDl CredItorsAlleging
Alleging depression depreEsion in business and not notbeing notbetnK notbeing
being able to make satisfactory saUsfactor caller collections 001180tlon callertions ¬
tions for the purpose of meeting his obli obligations obUpUons obligatlons ¬
gations William Redmond yesterday yesterdaymade yesterdAYcIe yesterdayiade
made iade cIe an assignment gnment of all his personal personaland personaland personaland
and real estate property to Attorney Attorn e Hay Hayden HAYtlen Hayden
den Johnson in favor avQr and for the benefit benefitof benefitof benefitof
of his creditors Redmonds liabilities are arestated arestated
stated at I464X07 and his assets at about aboutArchifcctK abouttit
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Architects Elect Officers OHiccrxfbe OfficersThe
The he annual meeting of the Washington Washingtonlimpter Vnshingtortchapter
chapter limpter pter of the American Institute of ofiirenitects otiehttecm ofArehiteets
iirenitects was held In the Octagon Th Thfollowing ThfoUowtn The ThetouowIng
following foUowtn officers were elected Presfc Presfcdent PresfdMt Presf4dent
dent dMt K E W r Bonn jr vice president presidentWilliam prestdentImam presidentWilliam
William Imam J Marsh treasurer P B PyUj PyUjsecretary Pyloretary Pylesecretary
secretary Percy Ash committee on af afmissions It ItmilMtClRfl a4 a4inloskIss
missions J Rush Marshall Robert RobertSfcssd Ro Robe t tSftI tSttd
Sfcssd SftI and Snowden AsJiford AsJifordXccil ASWrord ASWrordXeetlH AfordNeeds
Needs Additional Appropriation AppropriationDr
Dr P G Smith superintendent iUperlnt6ndent of 0 the theHome theHeme theHome
Home for the Aged and nd Infirm has re requested requestM requested ¬
quested the Commlsioners to include an anitem anItem anItem
item of a 1730 l a in the deficiency bill for con contingent cont1 condugout ¬
dugout t1 Jtt expenses es of that institution InstitutioeAc InstitutioeAccording Ac According c cCOnUA1 ¬
cording to Dr Smith the additional ap appropriation approprtRtton apitroptiation ¬
propriation is necessary to meet the Van Vanning rm rmIac rinslag ¬
slag Iac expenses ee for the balance of the lisral lisralyear fi thralsear a atear
year 1W 1WWill 131gwill
Will 111 Investigate Ute TronMe TronMeCapt Troul TroulleCapt le leCapt
Capt Carter P 1 Johnson of thn Tenth TenthCavalry TCIlthCavalry Te th thCavalry
Cavalry yesterday was appointed a spe special pedal pc pccml ¬
cial commissioner to proceed to ltali ltaliand 1taltsad tfth tfthSMaUt
and South Dakota for the purpose purpo of in investigating Inve investigatlng ¬
vestigating ve the tl causes ijf tim dissatisfac dissatisfaction dlscatl dlssstiactos C Co ¬
tion o nistH7 the Utes who recently rec nu vett vettTO 1HI 1HItse e5T e5Tefl
TO th the war rsr twill from their resarvttoi tO rosdrvfltlrn1l 9 1ntki1 I II Ij Ii
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SOUTH AGAINST FQRAKER FQRAKERHe
He I b to Have No Delegates Because BecauseHe BecauseHe ecaue ecaueHe
He Denounced Secession SecessionChattanooga Sece SecessionChattanooga lon lonChattanooga
Chattanooga Tenn Jan 21 21Foraker 21Forakermust 21ForalOrmust Foraker Forakermust
must receive no votes In thenext Ropub Republican RopubHORn Ropubhioan ¬
HORn national convention from the South Southern Southern Southem ¬
ern em States Stat U 1 the edict that has beenre beenrecoivod been beenrecoivOd r rcai
cai coivod d from Washington throughout this thissoctlon thissocUon thissection
section soctlonThe socUonThe sectionThe
The edict comes as have all others that thathave th thathave t than
have beon received from the administra administration ftdmlnlstratfon administratiori ¬
tion in the past not in writing but by byword byword byword
word of mouth from prominent Republi Republicans RepubllCIUlS Republicans ¬
cans who have recently been In Washing Washington Washlngwn Washington ¬
ton They say this course 1 18 prompted on onaccount onceount onaccount
account of a speech made by Senator SenatorForaker Sel1ftlorForaker SenatorForaker
Foraker in October last In which whlchl11 whlchl11declared hQ hQdeclared h hdeclared
declared that the whole proceeding of ofsecession ofsec ofsecession
sec secession ss1on was causeless Indefensible Indefensibleand Ind indnsible indnsibleand f1slbltt f1slblttand
and in the light of subsequofltTevanta subsequofltTevantagrotesquely 8Ubsequonir subsequozii evont8 evont8grottsquely eventagrotesquely
grotesquely absurd He Is weak w weak flk with withthe withthe withthe
the party PArt In this section although no Re Republican RgpubUcan Rupublican ¬
publican will be quoted on the odlot all alladmit alladmit alladmit
admit that none of the Southern States Stateswill StaleswlU Stateswill
will be found In the Foraker columns columnsASSESSMENT columnsASSESSMENT columnsASSESSMENTINSURANCES
ASSESSMENT ASSESSMENTINSURANCES ASSESSMENTINSURANCESProposed INSUEANCEf INSUEANCEfProposed INSURANCE INSURANCEProposet
Proposed That It Shall Be Regulated RegulatedUnder RegulatcdUncler RegulatedUnder
Under Legal Supervision SupervisionSenator SupervisionSenator SupervisionSenator
Senator Galllnger in the Senate Sen t and andRepresentative andRepreeentaUve andRepresentative
Representative Babcock in the House HouseIntroduced Housentroduced HouseIntroduced
Introduced yesterday a a bill to regulate regulateassessment regulatef regulatesuqeament
assessment f ent sick accident and death in insurance In5unmce Insurance ¬
surance companies in the District DistrictThe DIstrictN DistrictThe
The N bill requires such companies to de deposit de deposit deposit ¬
posit with the District government governmentUnited governmontUnited governmentUnited
United States railroad or municipal municipalbonds municipalbonck municipalbonds
bonds to the amount of 10000 60000 where pol policies polIcies pciIdes ¬
icies up to and not exceeding 1068 1 are arewritten arewrlttn arewritten
written and to the th amount of 100000 100000where 1000where lIOOXtwhere
where larger policies are written writtenSuch wrlttonSorh writtenSuch
Such insurance companies must have have1000i haveooroo have1ti
1000i ooroo paid up capital stock They are areto areto areto
to be required to make an annual report reportto
to the District government on March 1 1for 1for 1for
for the year ending December 31 preced preceding precodlng procodIng ¬
ing snowing every feature of their bust business buslnttll bustness ¬
ness nttll and that that they have paid all U policies policiesat 8 8at
at their face The forms of policies must mustbe mustbe mustbe
be approved by the superintendent of ofinsurance ofhUrtUtc8 ofIf
insurance insuranceIf
If the value of o the bonds deposited by byany byany byany
any company COI 1ny falls below that at which whichthey whichthey whichthey
they are appraised when first deposited depositedthe depo depositedthe tted ttedthe
the superintendent is empowered to re require re require require ¬
quire that additional security be de deposited det08tted doposited ¬
posited All policies are to be paid with withIn withIn withIn
In thirty days of the tb time they are due or orthe ortM orthe
the license of the company is to be for forfeited forfeited forlelted ¬
feited The terms of the bill are not to toapply topply toapply
apply pply to any fraternal association or any anysuch anysuch anysuch
such organisation o lsaUon in the army or navy navyor MV MVor
or or the employes of any firm or corpo corporation corpOraUon corporation ¬
ration rationHEW raUonNEW rationIIEYI
HEW HOTEL PLAN ACCEPTED ACCEPTEDCongress ACCEPTEDOongress ACCEPTEDCongress
Congress Rail Company Completes CompletesArrangements CompletesArrangements CompletesArrangements
Arrangements to Build BuildContract BuildOontrict BuildCoutruct
Contract Oontrict Awarded and Deed of Trust Trnntfor Trutfor Trustfor
for 10OOOO Is Placed Placedon PlnceclOn PlacedOn
on Record RecordTM Recordml J JThe
The Congress Coarr Hall Hotel Company CompaayooaapIeted has hascompleted barncompleted
completed arrangements te erect a new newhot newIIoaI newhotel
hot hotel on Its property bounded boH ed by New NewJorssy New50eth NewJeresy
Jorssy avenue Sovth acth Capitol and C Cstreets CRreeu Cstreets
streets sooth IOIItJMut ease Plans for tHe struc Mruot atruetare structure ¬
tare t nave been selected and the contract eontractawarded eGftt1lWtawan1e4 contractawarded
awarded t to James J L Parwms who he wilt wntJ wilti vttltoeoafl
J toeoafl i to srect ect tk th bvHo buildIng ig as qoickty qoicktyTho lIaletttIM quleictyas
as IhIWe Tho rii hotel will 111 be six IIxi stories storieswar storiesit
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war m UOSSK a 5 sees iM c teirna su IH IHtEtoMol ia isa isadoesi a aSaIl
tEtoMol Safe fe Dtnenlt smTtacB sa lui nd Trust TrustCompany Trll Trlly TresSCompany
Company y to secure a loan of MMiM dto from fromthe t tUae txe txethe
the American Security and Trust Com Company Cornp5117 ¬
pany The trust stipulates s pu1Atei that the loan loanbe 10aRbe loanbe
be paid within three years eara at S per cent centInterest centinternt centinterest
Interest interntI interestPENSION InterestPENSION
I PENSION APPROPRIATION APPEOPEIATIONDifference APPROPRIATIONDifference
Difference Dlffer nce Nearly XtnrJ Tire Million Be Between Between e etween ¬
tween Thin Plum Year and 100S 100SRepresentative 100SneprHeatatlve lObSRepresentative
Representative Gardner of Michigan Michiganreported Michiganreported Michiganreported
reported to the House of JlepreeentaUvfw JlepreeentaUvfwyesterday RepreeentWf87eaterda1 itepresentadveayesterday
yesterday the general ge eral pension appropria appropriation appropriaUon appropriadon ¬
don bill carrying a total of f U111III U111IIIFor JUSIK 1 1For O OFor
For the current year the appropriation appropriatkmThe
WM II4iiIIJ II4iiIIJThe U4I41i9The
The principal change cban is I the reduction reductlsnof red tltJn tltJnot
of the number mlm of pension agents from fromeighteen fromeighteen rots rotseighteen
eighteen to nine The agents receive receiveHOtt rectin4GGt
HOtt 4 a year and arc located at t the follow followbig following
big places Augusta Me e Boston Buf Buffalo Buffalo Buttalc ¬
falo Chicago Columbus CoIumb Ohio Concord ConcordDes ConcordDM ConcordDes
Des Moines Detroit Indianapolis Knox Knoxrtlle KnoxTille Knoxyule
yule Tenn Louisville Milwaukee New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York Philadelphia Plttsburg San Fran Francisco FranI FranClaco ¬
cisco I Topeka and Washington D C CThe CTIM CThe
The agencies to be abolished abollsh are re those thoseat thoset thoseat
at Augusta A Me Concord N H Ds DsMoMes DhMoIItea DesMoines
Moines Iowa Detroit Detroit Mich MlchKROxvttle MlchKROxvttleTeno Knoxville KnoxvilleTenn KnoxvilleTeem
Teem Louisville Lou vllle Ky Milwaukee WIs WIsNew WI WINew VI j jNew
New York City and Pittsburg PittsburgNEW Pltlabur PltlaburNEW ttsburg ttsburgNEW
NEW DIVORCE LAW SUGGESTED SUGGESTEDUnique SUGGESTEDUnique SUGGESTEDUnique
Unique Limitations Proponed ns to toAttorney toAttorne toAttorneys
Attorney Attorne Fee Fees und Alimony AlimonyRepresentative AllnIOIl AllnIOIlRepre tlinionyRepresentative
Representative Repre ntaUve Rhlncek of Kentucky Kentuckybee KentuclQhas Kentuckyhas
has introduced in the House a modifica modification modt mouilhicalion ca caUon ¬
lion of the divorce law of f the District Districtthat Districttht Districtthat
that would If it were to U become law be bereceived 1MreeelYetl bereceived
received with loud acclaim by many un unwilling un1l1tng unwilling ¬
willing defendants defendantsIt
It proposes that In all suits for divorce divorceno lwntno
no fee for the wifes solicitor shall be beawarded bewan1ec1 beawarded
awarded until the final decree in favor favorof favorof favorof
of the wife wlf te made and that no hue hueband husband hueband
band shall be required to pay y Alimony Alimonywhile alimonywhite Jfmonywblle
while a case CIa is pending where the wife wifehas wifebas tfe tfehas
has adequate means of her own nor norwhere norwhere norwhere
where she be has agreed to pay I her lawyer lawyera
a fee nor where bere alimony allmo > is applied to toany toany toany
any other Har > urpee than for the support supportOf
Of children childrenThe enlldreRThe childrenThe
The bill also provides that no writ ne neexeat neexeRt neexeat
exeat shall baU be Isued against the hus husProhibition hus1md huelrohibition
1md
Prohibition of Cotton Deals n 1ealsSenator DealsSenator aIH aIHSenator
Senator Cuiberson introduced lit the theSenate thlSenate theSenate
Senate and Representative Burleson in inthe InUte inthe
the House yesterday ye terday a bill aimed at atdealing atteaUn atdealing
dealing teaUn in cotton futures The method to tobe tolte
be employed according to the language languageof
of the bill is to bar the sending of Inter Interstate InterstAte interstate ¬
state telegrams t I > gTa and letter connected connectedwith connectedwith Motel MoteloJth
with oJth cot > peculation peculationDcluvrares peculttionDelawares u1aUon u1aUonDcla1Tnrc
Dcluvrares Senatorelect SenatorelectThe Sc utolelcct utolelcctThe
The Senate bAS received the credentials credentialsof
of Senatorelect H A Richardson of ofDdftirmre ofDel6 ofDsinre
Ddftirmre Del6 are and Seantor Crane of Massa Massachusetts MasSftchusetts Massachusetta ¬
chusetts chusettsThe chusettsThe chusettaThe
The Washington Herald has but butone butone butone
one name It is The Washington WashingtonHerald WashingtonHerald WashlngtonHerald
Herald every morning In the week weekSunday weekSunday weekSunday
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SAWS sis PRISON BARS BARSEdwin BARSEdwin
Edwin Letchmere Worked WorkedWhile WorkedWhile Vorked7hile
While 7hile in in District Prison PrisonALMOST Prisonl PrisonALMOST PrisonALMOST
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ALMOST GAINED HIS LIBERTY HBEETYObtained LIBERTYObtained LIBERTYObtained
Obtained Razor Blade Through ThroughFrleudK TbroughFriend ThroughFriends
Friend arid Make San from fromSpring fromSIrlng fromSpring
Spring In Hid HI Shoe ShoelInd Had Made Iodc His IliaWay 11111Va HisWay
Way Va to Outside Outlll e Corridor Corrl orll Before BeforeHe DeforeIIc BeforelIe
He Was VnH Discovered l h by j Official OfficialIt OlllclnINIt
It developed yesterday ye that Edwin EdwinLetchmere EdnLetchmere EdwinLetchmere
Letchmere who was arrested arrested hero re recently reoently recently ¬
cently on the charge of robbing the Na National National National ¬
tional Museum gave the officials of the theDistrict theDistrict theDistrict
District jail a good demonstration of his hisability hisability hisability
ability as a jail breaker before fore being beingsent befngsent beingsent
sent back to Cincinnati It was only onlyyesterday onlYestcrday onlyyesterday
yesterday the fact set was made known knownLetchmere knownLetchmer knownLetchmere
Letchmere WAS w arested on January S Sand Sand 1and
and given a hearing a few days da later He Hewas Hewas Hewas
was held for the action of tb thiS thiSjury grand grandJury grandjur
Jury JuryAs jur
juryS
As S a result of a canvass e vaN by Capt CaptBoardman CaptBoardman CaptBoardman
Boardman of the police it It It wag all found foundthat foundthat foundthat
that besides being wanted nted in Now York YorkChicago YorkChIcago YorkChIcago
Chicago and St St Louis Lou for petit misde misdemeanors mMJdemeAllors misdomeanors ¬
meanors he was wa also a wanted in Cincin Cincinnati ClnelftnaU Cincinnati ¬
nati for breaking br llklllS jail on December 23 23IMS 231N
IMS 1 The Th police of that city asked that thathe thathe thathe
he be surrendered to them as their theirprisoner theirprl theirpriaoor
prisoner prl oMr As a matter of courtesy cus customary euatomary customary ¬
tomary in such cases the authorities here hereconsented laerecOlMonted hereconsented
consented to the extradition and asked askedthat UkMthat askedthat
that an officer be sent on to escort 8 him himback himback hintback
back to that city cityAnticipating cityAnUelJMlU cityAnticipating
Anticipating AnUelJMlU g conviction probably probablyLetchmere probaWyLtebmere probablyLetchrnere
Letchmere must t have immediately set setto Htto setto
to work to make his escape Warden WardenHarris WardenHarris rarden rardenHrrhl
Harris aware of this tb fact act directed fUrec that thatho thatno tha4ho
ho be placed in one of the strongest at geBt cells cellsin celiein cellsin
in the prison These cells cella howovsr are arevery ar arvery arevery
very old having been Installed InMaJedwhen when the thejail tltejail theejail
jail was built built more than thirty tblrtyyaars tblrtyyaarsago years yearsago eanJ eanJago
ago and were era fitted with iron bars 115 In Instead Intead instead ¬
stead > tead of steel steelGnnrtlft steelCunrti steelGuards
Guards Were < ere Sick SickOwing Sick011ng SickOwing
Owing to the fact that several of the theguards theguard theguards
guards were on the sick k list test week weekthe weekUle weekthe
the customary examrnathNts of the bars barswere banw horswere
were w e omitted for ot a a day 1 or so It was wasduring wa waduring Wasduring
during this tim time that Letchmere fell PH to towork tOwork
work 011 sawing wlg his way out outWhen outWhen outWhen
When James Caragaa h guard nI made madehis maderouod madeh1
his h1 round early Friday morning he no noticed no notkecl noticed ¬
ticed several marks and scratches on the thewall thewaU thewall
wall just below the window of Letch Letchmeres LetchMere Letchmeres
meres Mere cell which blch opened ed out into the thecorridor thecorridor thecorridor
corridor He H stopped to investigate and andfound antifound d dfOUDCl
found that t besides be this one of the theof ban banof horsof
of the lower oer section of the window gist gralJi gistjag rt rtba4
Ji jag g bad been completely sawed ed through throughThe tllroasbTIM throughThe
The break made m e by the instrument used usedhad UMdhad usedhad
had been covered over with ith soap soapThe soapThe Po PoTIle
The guard excited saw that the tlteN1lloner tlteN1llonerWU prisoner prisonerwas prisonerwarn
was still In his ceU ccii 11 and nettled Warden WardenHarris Ward WardHanill WardenHarris
Harris of his AI And Mr Harris IDart1lately ImmetM ImmetMateiy bssmedltely
ateiy tely directed that Letchmere be placed placedJ1Other In Inanother htanother
another cell and began n a a thorough thorou ex examination examination cxamirsatlon ¬
amination to find bow the man hod sawed sawedhi awedh sawedhit
h hit hi way through the Iron IronIn trottI IronIn
In I searching reblas the prisoners bed a reset rsaorblade resetblade aor aorblade
blade and a thin piece of steal several severalInches severalheches V Ilaches
Inches in length Im < th were ere found The steel steoipiece steelwas t tpIeee
piece was the spring from a iboo taoe worn wornby w rabJr wornby
by Ute man but the presetiee NieIICe of the rajor rajorMade ra racuId rasseblade
Made could not be explained explal explainedTTl eL eLn
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tweva ias ru44io siIs w g It ai4 1r 1rner 4 4order
order to loam wteU 1tIat eSther barriers be bewonM belIave bewould
would have to pass before Me bo could Itire en asstirely entirely ¬
tire tirely fre tnIa fr hltoseU heavIng Ita learn learned the theplan theplan theplan
plan of the hoot ftoorAlthough AoorAltbou5 hootAlthough
Although Warden Ward Harris directed that thatalt Ulatall thatalt
alt visitors to Letcbmeres celt be becare becaretully care carefully care carefully ¬
fully watched he is of the belief that the therasor therawor thetRier
rasor btad hIItde was U passed aed in to the man by byone 1WGIN byOR
one OR of his friend Letchmere Letchmre on the tbecontrary tlteeontrar theeontzIry
contrary declared that he had it with withhim wlthim withhim
him when ben he was sent At to the jaiL He Heclaimed HeclaJme Heclaimed
claimed be had tied it around his neck neckwith necklh neckwith
with lh a a string and allowed it to hang hangdown balttdown bangdown
down In the middle of his back backLetchmere backLetchmere bockLetchetnere
Letchmere was thoroughly thoro ly searched searchedagain Marc MarcapJn marchedagain
again and placed In another cell where wherehe wherehe tJtere tJterebe
he remained r marlted until Detective Ryan of Cin Cincinnati Cincinnati Cbscimsati ¬
cinnati called for him and took him himaway himay himaway
away Now that the affair is all allover alloverthe over overthe overthe
the officials at the jail have decided that thatLetchmere thatLelehaaer6 thatLetchemere
Letchmere was the clevereKi de prison prisonbreaker prl80breaker prisonbreaker
breaker they ever ver had in their institution institutionalthough Institutionalthou institutionalthough
although althou be was a long way from his hisfreedom hisfreedom hisfreedom
freedom when w en he succeeded ecI in getting gettingInto pttlngInto gettinginto
Into the corridor He would have had to toescape toHeape toescape
escape either by the main doorway or by byone b bone byone
one of the high windows Escape by byeither byeftbel byeither
either route would oulet hare been wellnigh wellnighimpossible wellnighImpossIble nn h hImpo
impossible impossibleCOL ImpossIbleCOL fble fbleCOL
COL JOHN MCELROY is HOST HOSTBiitertnliiH HOSTEntertnlnR HOSTBiulertains
BiitertnliiH Party of DIstincriiisIieil DIstincriiisIieilG Dbthl tlIbell tlIbellG
G A It Men Ien at Luncheon LuncheonCol LUllcheonCol LnihiconCol
Col John McElroy past senior rice riceCommanderinchief ice icecommanderinchief ce cecfmmanderIn
Commanderinchief cfmmanderIn hl f of the tb Grand Army Armyentertained Armyentertained Armyentertained
entertained a distinguished d party of G GA GA GA
A R men at luncheon l ncheon at the Barton BartonHouse BartonHouae BartonHouse
House yesterday y terday The guests eU of honor honorwere honorwerf honorwere
were Gen en R B Brown commanderin commanderinch eOnmanderInchIef commanderinchief ¬
ch chIef Sef of the Grand Army of the Repub Republic Republic Republie ¬
lic and the tlt pension committees ommltte of the theG theG theC
G A A R Ro comprised comprl of Past Commander Commanderinchief CommA1IderIn Commtnderintlilef
inchief In ef A G WeiMsert of Wisconsin WisconsinJudge WisconsinJudge VI onsln onslnJudre
Judge Henry Henr Kevins of New Jersey JerseyCol JersYCot JerseyCot
Cot Eugene Eu ene F Wart exCommissioner exCommissionerof
of Pensions Gen Wllllani A Kcteham Kctehamformer Ketchamformer Ketehamformer
former attorney general of Indiana Col ColJ ColJ CalJ
J H Guiding of Vermont ard S H HHarper HHarper HHarper
Harper of Iowa IowaInvited IowaTnvfttd IowaInvited
Invited to meet these UI S veterans v t rans were werePast werePASt werePast
Past Commanderinchief f Burdett BurdettWashington BurdettWashlngton BurdettWashington
Washington D C Past Commander Commanderincbief CommanderInchief Commanderinchif
incbief John R King Maryland Maj MajH lajH MajH
H G Jacobs of the Loyal Legion Gen GenEllis GenEllis GsaElhI
Ellis ElhI Spear Col Thomas Hopkins past pastcommander pastcommander pastcommander
commander Department of Potomac PotomacPension PotomacPent5fon Pot mae maePension
Pension Commissioner Warner arner and Cal ColB CuiR CalB
B R H Warner WarnerFuneral WarnerIuneml WarnerFuneral
Funeral of J II Richards Toilny ToilnyThe TOIlnyThe TodayThe
The funeral of James H RIehnrds will vfllltake willtako willtake
take place at 2 oclock this afternoon afternoonfrom artern afternOonfrom on onfrom
from his late residence 1117 111 New Jersey Jerseyavenue JerseyAVlnue Jerseyavenue
avenue southeast The Potomac Post Post No
11 G A R R of which the deceased dooc < sed was wasa WASA wsa
a member will attend the obsequies in i a abody abody abody
body Mr RIclmrds wos ofte o oe e of the oldest oldestresidents oldestrosldents oldestresidents
residents of Snst Washington having havingbeen havingbeen havingbeen
been born in the District in 1SI6 1 He was wasfor W wasfor S Sfor
for many years ears Identified with the busi business business bushness ¬
ness Interests of the city His death Sat Saturday Sa1urday Saturday ¬
urday night was a sudden one he ne being beingfound beingfound beingfound
found dead in his chair c lr He is survived survivedby survivedby unlvedby
by his wife and seven children four of ofthem ofthem ofthorn
them sons sonsAlleged sonsAIIe sonsAlleged
Alleged AIIe e1 Bigamist DI nJJ1lst Caught CanjHtWord CaughtVord CangiLtWord
Word was received at detective head headquarters headquarters headquarters ¬
quarters last night that Clarence H HSchools HSchools HSchools
Schools who is wanted In this city on onthe onthe onthe
the charge of bigamy blgum had been arrested arrestedat
at Tappahannock Md Schools was in indicted Indicted indicted ¬
dicted some time ago but disappeared disappearedshortly dlsappeclredshortly disappearedshortly
shortly afterward La L st t Friday Detective DetectiveMacNamee DetectivelIacNamee DetectiveMacNamee
MacNamee was sent after the man and andsucceeded andsuece andsucceeded
succeeded suece ded in locating lo tlng him yesterday lIe Hewill lIewfIJ liewill
will bring Schools to this t 1Is city tomorrow tomorrowby to tomorrowby morro morrob
by b way of ofBaltimore Baltimore BaltimoreMeet 4 4Meet
Meet 11 et Me Ie at tt t the Poultry nn nnt i Plf PI PIgon PIgonShow on onShow onShow
Show Masonic Temple afternoon afternoonor h rn onor or night
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PROTECTION FOR THEATERS THEATERSChief THEATERSChief TKEATEBSChief
Chief IflnneM Special S eclnl Instruction InstructionRelative ImstructlonRelnthe instructionsRelative
Relative to Duties of Firemen FiremenChief FiremenChief
Chief William Imam T Belt of the tire de department departmont departmont ¬ I
partmont yesterday forwarded to the theCommissioners theCmm1ssioners
Commissioners C a copy of a pamphlet pamphletrwently pamphletr pamphletrecently I
recently r 8ntly published by the department departmentrelative departmtmtrelaUve departmentrelative
relative to the duties of firemen at the thetheaters thetheaters I
theaters as well as special firemen firemenomploydd firemenompJoed firemenomployod
omploydd by the management of the thetheaters thetheaters I
theaters the tcrs Accompanying the rules is a acopy acopy acopy
copy of a a new form of report to be sub submitted submitted submitted ¬
mitted by firemen detailed at the the thesters theters thettera
sters ters which Chief Belt says SR will not notonly notonly notonly
only insure uniformity but will also alsoprovide alsoprovide alsoprovide
provide a handy hand reference for the men menin menIn menin
in case ca e of controversy between them themand themand
I
and employes of o the theater theaterAccording theateAccording theaterAccording
According to the rules the firemen firemenmust firemenmust firemenmust
must report at the theater threequar threequarters thrlequarters threequartern ¬
ters of an hour before the performance performanceand performanceand performanceand
and remain until It is over A thor thorough thorough thorough ¬
ough examination shall be made before beforeeach beforeNcb beforeeach
each performance pt > rformanee of the fire curtain curtainthe curtainthe I Ithe
the dressingrooms dros8Ing rooms flies hose fire ex extinguishers extinguishers cxtinguinhers ¬
tinguishers pick axes and ceiling ceilinghooks ceilinghooks ceilinghooks
hooks They will then visit the audi auditorium auditorium auditorium ¬
torium and see ee that the exit lights are areproperly areproperly areproperly
properly burning and that the doors doorsare doorsare doorsare
are unlocked and free from obstruc obstruction obstruction obstrucLion ¬
tion Smoking will not be permitted permittedunless permittedunleH permittedunless
unless It is a feature of the perform performance pfrtormn performtnve ¬
ance n and then only by authority kuthorft of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the chief of the fire department departmentIn dep rtmont rtmontIn
In case c ule of a false alarm of tire the thefiremen theftreman thefiremen
firemen shall stop out on the stage stageattract stageattract tagfUract
attract attention of the audience and andassure anc1assure andassure
assure them that all is I safe They Theyshall Theyshall Theyshall
shall also lso In such cases render all th thaaeistancft thUl8itan the theassistance >
assistance e in their power to prevent a apanic apanic apanic
panic panicTHEEE panicTHREE panicTHREE
THREE NEW INCORPORATIONS INCORPORATIONSPetition INOORFORATIONSPetltlol1N
Petition Piled lir Organization OrganizationWhich Organizntlonblcb OrganizationsWhich
Which blcb A Ask Jk k Legal Status StatusPaper StatusPapers StatusPapers
Papers for the incorporation of the thefollowing thefollowing thefollowing
following concerns were filed in the theoffice theom theoffice
office om of the Register of o Wills yesterday yesterdayThe yesterdaTbe yesterdayThe
The Northwestern Athletic Club As Astrustees Astruatees Astrustees
trustees are named James B Shugrue ShugrueCharles ShugrueCtarJe ShugrueCharles
Charles H Evans ans and Peter D Mar Martin 1lartin Martin ¬
tin tinThe
The Eastern Social Club is another anotherorganization anotherorpnlzatlon anotherorganization
organization whose wh e incorporation was wassought wasHOulM wassought
sought by Frank Foster Fo ter Ernest O OChambers OChaf1ltcrs 0Chambers
Chambers and John W Pangle PangleThe PangleTile PangleThee
The Immanuel Baptist Church or organized ornlzed organized ¬
ganized nlzed at a meeting of a number of oflocal oflocal
local members of the Baptist persua persuasion persuaIon persuaSIAn ¬
sion Ion on January 17 wishes to have havelegal hayoal havelegal
legal al right as an incorporated body bodyPercy bodyPelT bodyPercy
Percy S Foster Charles Werner and and1C andE
1C Penleton PenJet R Dickinson appear as the thetiurtees tbetuteea thetiurtees
tiurtees of the new church and con congregation congre congregation ¬
gregation gre gregationAMERICAN aUon aUonAMERICAN I IAMERICAN
AMERICAN SECURITY ELECTS ELECTSTrust ELECTSTrust I ITrust I
Trust Company Chooses Board of ofDirectors ofDirectors ofDirectors
Directors and Officers OfficersStockholder OfficersStockboIllerlC OfficersStockholders
Stockholder Hold Annual Meeting Meetingand Meetingand Ieetlngnnrl
and Hear the Report of the theTreasurer theTreaHurer theTreasurer
Treasurer Read ReadStockholders RendS ReadStockholders
Stockholders S en of the American Security Securityand SecurityaMi Securityand
and Trust Company ConI heW their annual annualmeeting aanORImeetlDc annualmeeting
meeting yesterday Nt and elected the follow following followIng ¬
I
ing bird of directors Milton 11I E Alles AllesCharles AllesCbIu1eIJ AlienCharles
Charles J Bell Henry F Bkwnt > t John C CBoyd Cfloyd I IBoyd
Boyd Samuel Sam S S Burdett Albert A ert Carry CarryWIHtam CatTYW11IM Carr CarrWilliam
William W11IM M M Castes W Riley Deeble Rob Robert Robert Robert ¬
ert DOTIMNB Dor George T Dunlop James Jam B ByKcfcr EPMeh BPitch
Pitch WWfara J Fhtther Daniel B Her Heraloatsd HerJ Her1i455
J L L1iiu
1iiu J u ic icCtgenp > tc 0 0Mf
Mf > i Ctgenp mt r CtIJ Cre t I Ir Ic Iy P1 P1r P1y
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b e h r nec nece4etd r b e eH
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aloatsd te the place of Martin F Morris MorrisWhose Moniliterm MorrisWI
Whose WI term term hoe expired and Joseph Paul Paultikes Paultlk Paulthea
tikes tlk the place C of Cojamandcr F A AMlUer AMiller AMiller
Miller U S N resigned re The directors dhectarsmet dtreetarsJMt directorsseeS
met immediately after the ballot 11ot by the thestockholders tMstoekbok1ers thestockholders
stockholders and reelected the following followingOfficers followingomeers followingofficers
Officers OfficersC
C J Bell president Henry F Blount Blountrice Blount Blountvae Biountvice
rice president pre James J P Hood secretary secretaryHovnl secretaryHoird retary retaryHovtar
Hovnl S ReeaW ReeeWft treasurer William A AMcKenaey AMcKeftMY AMeKenney
McKenaey attorney and trust officer officerWard omeerYard officerWard
Ward Thoron auditor J W Whelpley Whelpleybond Whelpl Wheipleybond y ybond
bond and security officer C E Howe Howeassistant Howeual8tant Howeassistant
assistant secretary and treasurer treasurer A B BLeet BLeet BLeeS
LeeS Leet assistant trust officer officerThe offic8rThe officerThe
The treasurers report was read at the thestockholders Utestockboklers thestockholders
stockholders meeting m meeting tlni showing the fol following folloWing totlowing ¬
lowing assets and liabilities ItabillttesAssets liabilitiesAa liabIlItiesAssetsLoan
Assets Aa AssetsLoan etMLOA Loans IiI Ssmm S Sj234131 2341S8 stocks and andbonds 11Mbonds andbonds
bonds 18071 l 7fil bank building vault vaultfurniture nultfurniture vaultfurniture
furniture and flxtures fixturesI231O4 5 7iG11o4 6211 4 other otherreal etherreal tlter tlterreal
real estate e tate JKflg Si6 GI IJ cash on hand and in inbank Inbank inbank
bank 51JS4J88Z7 tMt3 1 Total 12314Ji6JI 12314Ji6JIUabiliUesCapital 1JIUi 1JIUiLlablUUesCapttat l23l4 l23l4L1bihitiesCapitah
UabiliUesCapital 30000 3ft COO surplus surplusSL surplus7ts9ocxi
SL iUfOOO WOOO undivided profits JSi2500JI S4IOO 42Iffl de depostts deposits doposits
posits 405557505 trust deposits deP lJtts Slit ii iiItB 171 1718W1S
8W1S 15 certified < l checks 27fiS6tt 7cSk9i interest interestreserve InterestrliHne interestraserve
reserve 5li4MlS 11 Total 515 l u2zl4916s u2zl4916sThe JH956M JH956MThe 14 l lThe
The gross profits for the year 8Ar were wereJHWS2 were1I
JHWS2 1I and the net profits l4 142711 142711MATHEMATICIANS 437 437i itI itIMATHEMATICIANS
i MATHEMATICIANS EXAMINED EXAMINEDTo
To Pill Vacancy Yneanc In the McKinley McKlnlerMannal JlcKlnleyJlollunl McKinleyManual
Manual Training School SchoolIn SchoolIn SchoolIn
In order to select sel et an instructor Inst tor of ofmathematics ofmathematics I Imathematics
mathematics to a vacancy vcanc In the McKIn McKInley McKinhey IcKlnley
ley Manuel Training School an examina examination examination examination ¬
tion was held yesterday yesterda and will be con continued continued continned ¬
tinued today tGdA in the Franklin building buildingThe bulkltngThe buildingThe
The Ixamlnatlon xamination mlnatfon was announced several severalday 5everalda severaldays
day da days ago and any candidate was declared declaredeligible declaredeUbfble declaredeligible
eligible who ho had not been previously con connected connected connected ¬
nected with 1th the teaching force of the thepublic thepublic thepublic
public schools Great difficulty has been beenexperienced beenexperi beenexperienced
experienced experi ed by the examining board boardwhich boardwhich boardwhich
which consists of Dr Chancellor Cn nceUor Miss MissSarah M8ISarah MissSarh
Sarah Simmons and Harry English In Insecuring Inloctlrlng insecuring
securing applicants who are qualified for forthe ferthe forthe
the position positionIn
In previous pr us > examinations C 1ImI latloQ6 no candidate candidateobtained candldAteobtained candidhteobtained
obtained a mark sufficiently sumclentl high to re receive rerive reecive ¬
ceive rive the position The small salary salar at attached attAched attached ¬
tached to the place Is held responsible responsiblefor
for this fact and it is thought that If Iftodays Iftodays iftodays
todays examination Is not productive of ofa ofa ofa
a wellqualified applicant some provision provisionmust ptOislonmust provisionmust
must be made for a larger remuneration remunerationMen remunerationJlen remunerationMen
Men of 44 Organize Unliinc Clab ClaboA CltzbA
1 A unique organization was formed formedSunday formedSund formedSunday
Sunday Sund evening when a number of men menwho menwho menwho
who wore born In 1S44 met at 606 Fifth Fifthstreet Fifthtr Fifthstreet
street tr t and cmpltled Cl > m ltled arrangements arrangem nts fot fota Cora fota
a club to be organized of those who be besan bert begact
san rt life Iff in that year Addresses were weremade weretnade weremade
made by b Hon H E Erwin W Yo A AMoore AMoore AMoore
Moore A M Sinsabaugli M M Lewis Lewisand Lowlsand Lewisand
and Col J fraise Richard Col Rich Richard RichArd Richard ¬
ard was elected president with M SI SILewis l1Ilwl 2dLewis
Lewis as secretary crctar and these th two oil officers offlceorB oilcern ¬
cern were authorized to enroll mem members th ncmhers m mberA ¬
hers A meeting m eUng will be held In the thenear thenear thenear
near future at which the leading leadingevents JMdlngcv leadingevents
events cv nts and characters of 1844 will be bediscussed bodiscussed bediscussed
discussed discussedI
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